Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00092
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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 10, 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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issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00092
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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1 Mystery I h ?, Up Reds Rail Walkout

4 AppointeesAre b,. T 1 dd. CongressmenUnder Continues .

By-Passed Arrest Robot 'Beast'

,I j By CUP CORMIERSon BRASILA, Brazil (AP) :- At Personal .
Education Writer least two Brazilian congressmenwere

For the second straight month under arrest today and Talks Today.
Self Alive
yesterday the School Board dozens of others were on the Keeps

mysteriously tabled nominations wanted list as Brazil's revolu- WASHINGTON (AP-Presl- .

t. for the reappointment of its four tionary military leaders by- dent Johnson, having won a de- .
BALTIMORE (AP) An automaton that roams halls and offices .
non-instructional staff members. passed Congress to press a nationwide lay of any nationwide rail
the to scientists at the Johns Univer-
giving jitters Hopkins
.I Traditionally the staff appoint: roundup of leftwingers.At strike, pressed through personal -
applied physics'laboratory.
ments considered and talks today toward of
are approved a goal
at the same timeas, the least 49 congressmen were easing the strike threat alto- The 100-pound robot, dubbed the Beast, sends staff members
appointment of ,teachers and sought on suspicion of subver- gether. scurrying to slam their doors when they hear its buzzing approachlest
{}Mts.ja 71'Z sion in the military's sweeping it into their offices. | |
1 principals in March. > a The President invited labor pop
Last month when Supt E. D. purge of leftwing extremistsand and management representatives The robot, which looks like a huge hatbox on wheels, is the only
}; Manning Jr. submitted the four .A supporters of ousted Presi- to negotiate at the White one in the world that can survive in a natural environment in

names for the board's consider dent Joao Goulart. House.. this case a maze of corridors and offices at the lab.

t ation action was tabled on a /p Brazil's military ministers an- And, in another personal Hopkins scientists have given the Beast a computer brain and an

j motion by Willard Williams who ---F nounced, antisubversion measures touch, he held a conference in electrical sense of touch that enables it to replenish its energy and

asked for further study of the in Rio de Janeiro Thursday his office with Secretary of La- cope with obstacles. .

t appointments. -' night enabling military chiefs to bor W.. Willard Wirtz and four When its 12 silver cadmium batteries star to run down, the

,J Yesterday the appointments : suspend political rights for 10 other federal officials. Beast feels its way along a corridor until it finds an electrical out
came up for consideration 4NE5Yit1 I years and to revoke mandatesof Next, Johnson got the union let. Microswitch fingers on the end of its arm can sense the con-

i again and this time Lester federal, state and municipal and management men out in tours of a regular electric socket. When contact is made, the robot
Hodge moved to table the rec ; legislators without court action. the rose garden and made a direct inserts two prongs into the outlet and recharges the batteries. Thenit

ommendations. Williams was ,pr'A' appeal to them. pulls out the prongs and moves on.
joined by T. E. Simmons in s The powers were contained in He told them that he wanted: The machine steers itself by using its arm and microswitchesbuilt

f voting against tabling. ;, n) t an "institutional act" orderedby "an honorable solution not a into its wrap-around bumper to feel its way along corridors
The four staff members are the military revolutionary solution imposed by decree." cluttered with soft-drink machines, stair wells, office doors and

j Ralph E. Porter, director of o command without congressional The President expressed con- people.

administrative services; Otis approval. News of the wave of fidence that the outcome of the Occasionally, its arm gets caught in a stair railing or an electrical
Bell, supervisor of transport arrests brought an abrupt halt talks would be in the interest of cord and has to extricate itself.

tion; Miss Mary Earl Myers, finance n to a night session of the Cham- all Americans. 'To survive, it has to be able to recognize that it is not getting
; officer, and William A. ber of Deputies.Acting Noting that the rail work anywhere," said George Carlton, the scientist who heads the labora-

Anderson, maintenance coordi- .T a rules dispute, which underliesthe tory's adaptive machines group.
r- nator. Chamber President strike threat, has defied all Soon, Hopkins scientists will equip the Beast with an echorangingdevice
Miss Myers has been on,, the d r sh Afonso Celso demanded an ex- negotiating efforts for the past so it can roll straight down hallways, and an electric eye for

staff since 1953, having been planation from military authorities four years, Johnson said: "We spotting wall plugs.

a holdover when Manning came Award WinnersBill begin as failures. We will fin- Eventually, scientists hope to develop more-complicated models
{ to office in 1957. The othersare Top Congress was steeped in ish, I hope, as successes." that can be used for space and underwater exploration.
Manning appointees, Porterin gloom as knots of lawmakersheld He urged an agreement with
1957, Anderson in 1960 and Fleming and young Timothy Keyes received top quiet conversations in the in 15 days "if not sooner."
Bell in 1963. honors from the Gainesville Boys' Club this week, corridors of the congressional The President late Thursday

The positions are strictly in marked annually for awards and recognition. Fleming building or in their offices. night persuaded five railroad Registrar

.. the hands of the School Boardas received the national Boys' Club Medallion for his activities Deputy Rolando Coribisier, a brotherhoods to postpone, for 15

there are no State department and young Keyes will be named "Boy of The young Rio architect and mem- days, a nationwide strike that

requirements such as ten- Year" at 'a banquet tonight. Stories are on Page 5. ber of Goulart's labor party, had been scheduled for 12:01 Post Sought
ure or certification involved. (Sun phot by Eddie Divis) was arrested at dinner with his a.m. today.

The appointments are for one wife and friends at the Hotel Johnson said that he, person J

year. NacionaL ally, approached the negotiations By Write-in

Manning.said the stalling- ;was> Artifacts Corbisier was released* but h "free of any ,preconcep::
......a mystery to him. i :i *c *< two other labor party deputies, tions," but with the convictionthat ) Troy' Wakefield announced
"There are two or three" S; Benedito, Cerquera.and Cocayu- the rights of labor, management ,y.ate. yesterday that hell seek the
names on"the list they want'to'check Collector 'va Cunha, remained in custody. and the public must be currently controversial seat of
on, superintendent =aQA protected. voting registrar in the upcom-
i commented. "I really don't ".k 3 dotwrw "The national interest, in all : ing election as a write-in candi-
know why they have not ap- Dies at 90MELROSE Labor artShows cases, is overriding; but the national date.
proved the positions. interest is never truly The farmer-educator said his

He declined to identify" the- Col. Leigh M. StrengthLONDON served when individual rightsare announcement is the result of
ones being "checked. suppressed Johnson said. much thought.
Pearsall, the world-renowned (APBritain's ,
No formal contracts are required The President voiced what "I was considering running -
collector and authority on Am-
Labor party chalked im-
for non-instructional staff erican Indian artifacts, died up appeared to be an indirect before the city election,"
in 22 elections
members, but their appoint- early this morning at his home portant gains county warning that if there is no Wakefield said in hIs announcement -
ments must be made in time to and painted bright their
here. agreement he will ask Congressto WAKEFIELD "Now I've make up my
be included in the SchoolBoard's chances of wresting power from mind."
take hand with
a new legis-
budget for the fiscal He had celebrated his 90th the Conservatives ,in national
lation.If It was in the city election that
year :beginning in July." birthday yesterday. elections this falL the 15-day truce period the present supervisor of reg-

Pupil assignments for the During the, last 65 years he ro ; Returns from Thursday's elections fails to produce a settlement, he Negro State istration, Mrs. Alma Bethea,
1964-65 school year were ap- had gathered one of the world's showed the Labor party said, "We will follow democratic came under concerted fire for

proved by the board, and new best Indian artifact collections. PEARSALL won control of the 100 seat processes, and find other the operation of her office. AI-

attendance areas were designated Last year he sold his full col sail Indian relics at 700000. Greater London Council, the means.'" SenatorIs legefl irregularities have resulted -
1) at several elementary lection to the University of Flor capital's governing body. Labor in
Johnson did not elaborate on a grand Jury probe of the
schools in an effort to equalizethe ida for $150,000 that was con- They called it one of theworld's had won 53 seats and Conserv- what further steps might be registration office.
biggest and best collec- Shot At
pupil loads. tributed by an anonymous don- atives 21 with results of 26 con- taken. Because the legal deadlinefor
See BOARD on Page 3)) or. Experts valued the Pear- (See PEARSALL on Page 2) tests still to come. Johnson said he followed a qualifying to run in this

deep-seated principle that, so BALTIMORE, Md. (AP-A year's county election Is past,
long as parties to a dispute ob- gunman fired five shotsat Wakefield myst run as a writein -
serve the admonition of the Verda Welcome, only Negro candidate.

I Weather Puts Chill on RallyBy Prophet Isaiah to "Come, let us member of the Maryland Sen- Wakefield said he firmly be-

reason together," there is always ate, as she stepped from her car lieves he is qualified to operatethe

.. a chance of success. at her home early today. office. "Like other offices,
The President said he "neverwas She was slightly injured when this one has certain laws and
JEAN CARVER 'dren Evans said. This meth- handle the teacher shortage. A person with a proven so proud to be an Ameri- two of the bullets grazed her regulations to be abided by and
Sun Staff WriterA od must cease. We must give Attorney Richard Wilson con- record and experience do 111 them
can a can" as he was Thursday night lower back and left heel. carry out to the best
crowd of 465 that dwindledas these people freedom and protection tinued his attack on Rep. Ralph better job than a beginner," he when labor and management of my ability," he said.
fast as. the thermometer from political extor- Turlington's annexation vote. "I'm just so stunned I don'tknow
"Being teacher I
representatives with, as he a naturally
dropped heard 20 county candi- tion. "The problems, needs and said.He promised that in the next put.it, strong convictions what to say," Mrs. Wel- believe in order and regularity,

dates recite their political spiels Talbot cited the basic need for demands of the people are in- session of the legislature he -agreed to revoke decision in come said after being treatedby honesty and integrity. And Iwfll

last night. more teachers in the county.He audible whispers in his ears," would support: measures to pay the national interest. her husband, Dr. Henry C. look for qualified people to werk
By the time end -of-the line said antiquated school Wilson said. "Pass the torchto state employes twice a month Welcome, at their home." in the office," he told The Sun

volunteer speakers for gover- laws establishing the formulafor those who will go forth and instead of the present monthly Yank Pilot "Why, I don't know, she (See ELECTION on Page 2)
said. "It's miracle that
just a
Bums and
nor hopefuls Haydon represent the people. system.He .
hiring teachers based on "
John Mathews reached the back cited his called for constitutional re. Shot Down the bullets just grazed me. Rusk
Turlington 14-year
average daily attendance the to Saigon
Mrs. Welcome, who first introduced -
of the flatbed "podium, year before make. it difficult to record in the legislature. (See RALLY on Page 2) accommodations
MALCOLM W. BROWNE. a public -
less than 15 people remained in ..By WASHINGTON
AP Pres-
( ) -
the picnic area at, Boulwa r e SAIGON, South Viet Nam bill in the Maryland Houseof
Johnson is seeding Secre-
Springs. Most people huddled in (AP) -Communist gunners Delegates in 1959, was return-
tary of State Dean Rusk to Saigon -
parked cars around the old wa- downed a South Vietnamese air ing from a testimonial dinnerat
for conferences with South
Kincaid force fighter during a fierce a downtown hoteL"I
ter plant grounds on Viet Nam Premier Maj. Gen.
Road to escape the chffl. battle Thursday in the Mekong had noticed some postersin
Nguyen Khanh and U.S. Am-
There was little heated. debate River delta, apparently killingthe the back seat and was leaningover
among the candidates to American pilot and his Viet- putting them in the front bassador Henry Cabot Lodge.

dispel the chilL namese observer. seat when I heard a shot and

Most candidates repeated Intense firing prevented the left rear window shattered," ,

their promises made in the ground parties from reaching she said. MR. CASH
three previous rallies sponsored the crash site. No signs of life ,"Then the right rear window
k by the Democratic Executive amid the wreckage were seen shattered, but I thought I was CASHES IN AGAINNot

Committee. from the air. t (See SHOOTING on Page 2))

School superintendant candidate long ago we wrote a success

t Harry Evans increasedthe Girls Told to BewareOf his story skeet about match Mr. Cash. selUing and
pace of his campaign now he reports that since he
against Gainesville High School has advertised his car and sold

Principal W. S. (Tiny) Talbot, -F Fake ''Model'' Racket it also '

accusing him of running on the Once you use the classifiedwant
t taxpayers' time at the expense ads you will become a
of his students.He A man who's posing as a show sponsored by the store. regular advertiser with us. It's
charged that school per department store fashion show "Spencer says he knows of at so easy to get results.

sonnel have been "pressured'into coordinator here Is a fraud.' least20 girls who have been

contributing to Talbot's Girls and women beware. approached by the man. CHEVY, W 0. *JtecH ft CMCL. NW -
f sexual advances brake system, new Mt covert,
campaign fund. Evans said City Police and BelkLindseyMasager Many report good tires. ) ear. Foe
luncheon workers and main- Tern Spencer ,issueda "We aren't looking for models a PM.good all buy.sat anode. &3M49M Sun. after ,
tenance workers have .been solicited warning about the man yes and we aren't having a fashion .

for funds and "pressurehas terday. He may be potentially show," be said. ..

,been brought to bear ox. dangerous, they said. He asked any girl who's con- Economical Sun WantAdswork
such low
hard at costs.
lunchroom people who only '* The man has been' caning tacted by anyone about model- .. Place your family want-ad on
make five, six or seven dollarsa Those chilly cement benches at Boulware Springs kept the crowd from drowsing at local women for about a month Jug for his store to verify it ''the)'6, toZ=day low rate plan
day to join the Talbot camp last night's political rally, sponsored by the Democratic Executive Committee. purporting to represent Belk- with ,the store before they do -Call ut today .Jt.8441.

... or el5e.M>, Gainesville Business and Professional Women, who sponsored the barbecue supper, Lindsey. He tells the girls anything else.
S_ "The pled piper Is playing estimated 'the crowd at 465 ,to hear the 20 county candidates. (Sun photo by Tommy they've been chosen' to model, Police also want, to___be' not).- ..Proof of Results .

-.with the education of our chfl- Lewis.) clothes in a coming_fashion- fied.. ,:" .
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:Roundup ,
&nd Trimester .>
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1!: By DAVE BEARD itories on ,campus will be set B, C Fair through Satur- 1 \--- .- Outstanding United States III just caught in the middle of

;:Two down, one to go and another = aside for special short courses day. Low tonight 45 to 50, 1 -p \ symphony ,orchestras performin ACCIDENT ROUNDUP I in Craig Cestaric, Guy Sanford something going on in the
year of the Jrimester and conferences."For high Saturday in 70s. Winds n I I I concert for five consecutive Involved in accidents reported -Anderson Jr.; Cora G. Dur- street.

$system ends.Beginning example Hume Hal! north through east 5 to 12 J.", el..AlUle \ IIMII.f weeks on WUFT, Channel 5, to Gainesville Police ant, Morgan A. Burke, Leon C.

last night final exams -will be used for an early regis- miles per hour.A a .; F \ 0\ beginning tonight at 9 o'clock, during the last 24 hours: Johnson, Evelyn R. Law Eloise "When I heard the third shot,
.I tration E \ Tonight's concert features the Jr. I realized something had struckme.
for the winter trimester at and orientation program Clear to partly cloudy w \ I Wade Lankford Reynolds Fowler Ford, Jeanne Carpi
of Florida where new students and their through Saturday mild afternoons, ,' a,_ Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra -631 NW 36th St., and Wil- Finch, Sam Bannister, Jr.; Hel- I started screaming and
tjie, University Officially, though got parents can come and get acquainted and 44 to cool 50 high again Saturday tonight.70 Low to 76.tonight ..... \ \- a recent Lyceum Counci liam Silas Murphy Jr., Jacksonville en Leona Corbin Virginia G. fell on the seat, but it only stung

'I t\ uqder e>ams way.started this afternoon at with the Universi- D Fair through Saturday. Low ... I .I attraction on the University of' at the rear of the Couthen, Mary H. Murphy, and I thought I had been hit by

3 p.m. and continue until April versity's'system," said Riker tonight around 50 55 Inland.to 60 on beaches and .'.. I_ Florida campus. The Pittsburgh Primrose Inn at 12:12 p.m. yes- Mary E. Oder Shirley Louise'some of the glass.
High Saturday 70
tf,,with three hour morning, "We will be offering this pro- to 75.. East and northeast 1 to 15 mile HGAINESVILLE I._ .. Symphony. terday. Robbins, Robert. Black Jr. I The fourth or fifth shot went
from until winds.E. \-- The symphony concerts con- Henderson
August. Mack
gram May William I
afternoon, and night sessions. through her shoe and grazed her
The library will be open from F Partly cloudy this afternoon tinue on Channel 5 April 24 with. Clinton, Term., and Lester DISMISSEDMrs. :
\. *Assistant University Regis- 8 a.m. until midnight April 7 tonight. fair 55 to tonight 60 hIgh and Saturday Saturday.75 to Low 80. the San Francisco Symphony Bill Vincent, Zellwood at SE Charlene F. Supley and .heel
tar, T. A. Graham, said two of through April 16 .except Sunday Variable mostly east and .northeast. 5 Orchestra, Enrique Jorda con- 18th Street and the Hawthorne son, Shirley Kay Harwell and i Dr. Welcome had attended "
to 12 miles winds.
F tIe: comprehensive courses C-61 during which it will be open ducting. Other orchestras par- Road at 955; a.m. yesterday.DWI daughter, Mr. Alfred Halloway,I another function at- the same
\ anSI C-62 were given last night. from 2 pjn. until midnight. fair H, I tonight- Partly and cloudy Saturday.becoming Low WEATHER- ticipating in the series ,are: Charges Venice Land and daughter, Ethel hotel and had arrived home

( .Tben: on Friday April 17, all tonight 70 to 75. high Saturday In low Municipal Airport readings for the Cleveland Symphony Or Paul Calvin Burge, 40, 4040 G. Woods, Joanne Bratcher only about 15 minutes earlier.

j "exams are scheduled- to end at MoreAboutElection 80s.east Variable 5 to 12 mostly mile winds.east and north- 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: High chestra the National Sym: NW 19th Place, was arrested at and daughter, Annie Mae Berry He rushed out at the 'sound of

noon. that time all J, K-Partly cloudy becoming most. 73 at 3 p.m., low 50 at 3 ajn. phony Orchestra, and the 'Detroit -, 2:20 a.m. today by city policein Mamie Lou Perry, Elmer shots, but saw no one.
"Certainly by
ly fair tonight and Saturday. Low to- No ,rain. Symphony Orchestra. I the 3500 block of NW 16th Duggar, Jeffery Kenneth Lee, Police said five cartridges
i .:finals exams will b6 through, night 70 to 75 high Saturday in low ALMANAC On May 8 at 9 o'clock, the with James I. and five slugs from 32-caliber
Boulevard and charged Cochran, Sr., Fannie ,a
80s. Variable
'Graham said. "There are mostly east and north ........... 6:53
some sun.
Sunset today
east 5 to 12 mile winds.TEMPERATURES Sunrise tomorrow .. 6:08 a.m. Royal Philharmonic Orchestraof driving while intoxicated.Fire Mae Riggins, Marie K. Cowart, !automatic weapon were found.
,exams that will be given Friday Moonrise tomorrow...... 5:48 a.m. London will present a special Calls Jerome Borkowskl David A. I Mrs. Welcome, Democrat who
but ELSEWHERE New Moon ... ...... April 12 ,
morning, they are ma-
PROMINENT STARS concert to conclude this musical At 1:11 a.m. today, a car Sambal, Caffie Mae Sapp, Catherine [represents Baltimore's 4th District -
chine scored so that the 5'p.m.. High Low Precip. s-west 1:19
From Page 1 Jacksonville 67 45 Sirius.Procyon.well high below In Procyon.n. pjn. segment of National Edu- fire at 312 SE 51st St. Mickins, Lois Sparks, I was one of the staunchest
deadline for all grades to be in Miami 82 75 .03 PLANETS I IS BY cational Television's
LE ,
Tampa 74 5' PLANETS Friday At 2:10 p.m. yesterday, atruck's Guy Anderson, Keith Cestaric, backers of the new statewide
at the" registrar's office can be Wakefiedl said he believesthe Atlanta 51.U _--__ VISIBLE Mercury. sets 7:57 P-". night series Festival of the Arts. brakes on fire on NW Jack Nathan, Ethel MitchelL !public accommodations bill
.:met. New Orleans 65 44 Venus. sets 10:1111.n\.
registrar's office should be 16th Avenue extension. ---
Boston 47 37 Saturn rises 4:17 ajn. _
"Our program Is so designed above New York 47 37 CEDAR KEY TIDES
partisan politics.He At' 10:25 yesterday, a
that professors won't Washington 60 35 Saturday High at 1:30 un. and More AboutPearsall a.m. ; VOTE FOR
calls himself an "independent Chicago 56 42 1:33 p-m. Low at 7:38 ajn. and 8:07 defective water heater at 404
get themselves into too much Kansas City 68 46 P.IP. I--- W. S. "Tiny"SUPERINTENDENT
'! Democrat. Denver 58 31 MARINE FORECAST SW 2nd St.ALACHUA.
of bind in getting their _
a Ft. Worth 69 40 EAST GULF: East and northeast
grades in," Graham 'said. He currently works for the Los Angeles 83 55Seattle winds 8 to 15 knots through Satur GENERAL
: As 1,266 students bid the Un- Florida Institute for Continuing 52 46 .08 day. Fair. HOSPITAL -- jTALBOT

I jyersity goodbye ,on ;April 19,i University Studies as a pro- :From Page 1 April 9, 1964
"ihich is commencement day at: gram coordinator. He said he BIRTHS

J 'Florida Field beginning at 3''p.m. plans to retire June 30 and Defends tions. Mr. and Mrs. Kennith Thompson -

., 7,000 will descend on campus -', "will be able to work full time"as Phillips Half his life was devoted to 3381 SE 19th Ave., a boy; t : OF PUBLIC

April 22 for the start. voting registrar.For collecting.His Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Dawson : ,
of spring trimester registra! several years Wakefield life-long career as a financier -'Alachua, a girl; Mr. and Mrs.J. I INSTRUCTION

tion. Saturday the 25th terminates -: also has operated a farm wherehe Road aided him in bargain Robbins, 1515 NE 14th St., a Alachua County

the registration period raises cattle and horses Program ing. He often beat the profes- boy. ., L:' EXPERIENCED CAPABLEOne
and with little time to spare I west of Gainesville.,He lives on sional museum representatives
classes begin bright and e any the farm with his wife, Ethel.He's to private collections that were ADMITTED Promrse Positive and Aggressive Leadership
Monday morning. taught in schools in West Implications by governor can- for sale. Blanche Marie Thompson, Businesslike With A Smile
More About didates about Governor Bryant's Ethel 0. Mitchell, Lois Marie PULL LEVEL 24-A
The anticipated 7,000 students Virginia his native state ,. He often out-smarted and out _
is for the entire spring Massachusetts, Maryland, Hawaii road program were shrugged bid, the. professionals. Sparks, Jack A. Nathan, Kev- ----------
off last night by Road Board
term from April to August," Arizona and Florida. He "This collection belongs to the
Chairman John
Rally Phillips.
stated Graham. "Only a small originally came to Gainesvillein people it doesn't belong to -
percentage of the new incomIng 1945 to do post-graduate workat Speaking here to a meetingof me," he said when he sold the I Reds Accuse I THINK QOODYEARS COST MORE?

freshmen for next year will the University. From Page 1 state highway engineers, collection last year to the Uni TRY THIS BIG BUYI
enroll in June for the second ,After two years of study, he Phillips defended Bryant's pro versity. 14 AmericansOf
part of the spring trimester, 3 went into education work. here vision "to meet the needs of gram., Col. Pearsall had owned a Famous NylonAllWeather
B." and has been in it ever since. modern Florida" and said he -home ra Melrose since 1902. "42"

Come ,April 22, students can He holds degrees from West would work for an investiga- He reminded Florida citizens Until six .years ago he spent EspionageMOSCOW ::
relax about a place to stay be- Virginia Wesleyan 'and Boston tion of state liquor laws, includ- 'that the state's road building. only his summers here and with TUFSYN

cause, "there will be ample University He has a bachelor's ing beverage interests, prices: didn't stand still for, the past maintained permanent residence (AP) The Soviets ,- } 3 greater.T Nylon cord than fives this tiro
space for any incoming stu- degree masters and another and the liquor nidustry. 'three years, implications of in Westfield, N. J. He have accused.four members of my-lino strength tireo. And Tufayn econo ia th.

sent," says H. C. Riker director -bachelors in sacred theology.He In the county judge's race governorship candidates to the retired and moved his collection the U.S. Embassy of suspected 'VZWfl, toughest rubber Goodyear baa ever
of student is listed educator contrary notwithstanding. here six 'and told them they w- used in auto ti ee.
housing. as an veteran Judge H. H., McDonald years ago. espionage -79
Whenever one school session hi Who's Who in the Southeast snubbed opponent John Con- Phillips, who headed Flori As a financier- Cot.Pearsall cannot travel outside Moscowfor $795 Tax' :iE::
ends and another aid He's charter member of the had been [ 90 embassy spokesman -
begins, a nell's insistence that the job da's road building since early : a member of the New days, an able -
Biker, there is always a big University chapter of Alpha does not require that an attor- 1961, said he didn't want to get York Cotton Exchange for 52 said.today.The Whiftwins SLM mare only
turnover in housing accommo- Kappa Delta, an, honorary so-
involved years. .
in the
hold the position. political season said it had
embassy pro-
lations. But for the spring trimester ciological society.He's ney"You have heard much about except to the extent of not allowing -I He picked up his title of"colonel -tested to the Soviet government NO MONEY DOWN instant Credit
there will be fewer stu- a member of the Metho- during World War I
the Florida, constituion sayingthe "the progress we have and had denied that the officialswere To Holders of Charge-APlates or Natl. Credit Cards
lents seeking a place to stay dist, 'Church and the American he served as chief of the Officeof _
made in the past three --- -
county juage.doesn'th yearsto engaged in any improper r
because enrollment will be Association of 'University Profess Purchase Information
to be an attorney," Judge be buried. 'by campaign. comments. activity or espionage.The TH
about half of the faU'and win rs. ." \Vashing n. He was a $1 a year
McDonald said. "The constitution said the AmerIcans -
fcr trimesters' enrollments.He His wife is tHe librarian andSpanIsh.ia'nNir man. embassy

said several of.the dorm.. I at. wthorne., ..was written in 1885. .WeHve Phillips said that various can- ,In Me1tos he attended the were Navy Cmdr. Stuart
,. didates talk of reorganizing + Leonard
p.-- ------ in a progressive county, Savage Navy GAS
Melrose Methodist WELL
Church.'Butie t
surrounded by counties that the road, department, building maintained Bracken, Air Force Lt. Col. Edgar
Revival Preaching at the have attorneys as county I more roads according to need in the First Methodist membership Smith and Air Force Capt.

EASTSIDE( BAPTIST HURCH jud es. I say move ahead and or providing much-needed four- Westfield. Churchat Edmund Zvetina.

1".1 150.L.iL',Univewlty, ,Avenue not-backward on May 5." lane highways."To Funeral services will be at The American spokesmansaid

April. 12th:.-:- 19th, _7:3O-HightIy: ,Connell accused McDonald of imply that little or no 4 I p.m. tomorrow in the Melrose the two Navy officers.were TIRES MOUNTED FREE

i ...;..:....::.1.8.: Keyes,'<o.y. ,' .hiding his inadequacies' in progress has been made in recent Methodist Church with Dr. Ken- involved in an incident on Feb. ,
t Johnny l Ramirez; 'i g lidMOVING handling: juvenile c url in years is simply inaccurate neth Griffith, pastor, officiating. 14 in Leningrad, a seaport. -

the' last few years."I ," he said. "The road department -Burial will be in New Jersey, The attaches, the spokesmansaid

ask what is he doing in has constructed' morefourlaned DeWitt C. Jones of Starke is in were riding in a car whenit II I

court today, not 10 years ago," roads in the past charge of arrangements. was stopped by a crowd of

the. former state parole officer three years than in any comparable The family requests that In irate citizens" for 15 to 20

said.He period in the 49-year 'lieu of flowers, donations be minutes. The crowd accused the I T'5: 1IN ITI1I

I said the need for, a juvenile history of the department." made to the Melrose Public Li- Americans of having made' illegal -

detention home has been a He said that brary'or the Melrose Methodist photographs. They were
555 miIesof four-

0 "political"If four football years long after enough.I am"! lane roads were completed, Church.Pallbearers will be Byron further then permitted incident. to go without I I I A R K E T-S I11tItI

I elected there are children still' bringing the total in the stateto Prugh, Ralph Prugh, Cot Harold I ; ; II Ill ITT IDIUjt 1111111 I II 4-'iIiniiiIlllll'
1,650 miles. Ashley, Dr. James No photographs were made, thu tlitTfl.U1iiLti11hHUlliUIl H Ill II Ililulil 1111111 I 11 J.' "lldlllIlIlltIlI
SOON? I I in jail I will not run again for i Lackey, the spokesman said.Gainesville.
office," Connell promised. In the year 1963, he said, Adm. Anthony Davis and Gen.

"This has been a political foot' the department took bids on Phil,Kromer. I
*' $167 million worth Survivors include his widow Sun IJ '
ball too long. of highway $ I I -- r'
Let Us Know School board ''candidate Jack' work, eclipsing the old 1958 record -Mrs. Mae Hoagland Pearsall; Published evenings except I L1'I' I' ,
I Zimmerman called for immediate -' of $128 million by far. a daughter, Mrs. Frederick W. Saturday, and Sunday mornIngs : .
: Cooper, Wakefield; two stepsons by the Gainesville Publishing 8
Before You Go! attention to the school IiI He said that the. administration Byron Prugh, Gainesville Company at 101 SE
baries in the OPEN 7 to 11 EVERYDAY!
county. of Gov. Farris Bryant was ; and Ralph Prugh, Jack 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida.
I second class
and entered
as '
"The better stocked libraries -
I MOVING TIME is when this still following a primary and sonville j two grandchildren and matter at the Post Office at NEW LOW'PRICES
in schools due to
can be more helpful I our are mostly interstate road building schedule five great grandchildren. Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .
newspaper ihan ever for its shoppingnews :hard working PTAs," Zimmer.: it laid down in 1961 and in RATES BY
I man said. "I believe it is the I vited anyone to check the facts
homemaking pages, want CARRIER OR MAIL '
ads, and other services. I i duty of the school board to see. for himself. Field Trip Set PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR
I 1 Week .45
make that {,that all schools have permanent GAINESVILLE STORES
So sure you receive By Audubon 3 Mot. $5.85
every issue, by letting us know libraries from the first Plan to WedPENNSAUKEN 1234 NW 16th Ave. 1023 SE 4th-Av;

several days before you go..Just i\ and that these libraries are Members of the Alachua' Au- be All paid maR in advance.subscriptions must 3725 W. Unir.; A... 3809 E. Unw. 'Ave.

tell your carrier or phone our properly stocked." N. J. (AP- dubon Society and guests will 2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW 16th Sv4.. .
I office. Well do the rest! I Iia He also questioned opponent Chubby Checker, the Negro rock'n' have a field trip to Itchtucknee 1 Member of Audit. Bureau of :4105 NW 13th St.
roll and Grculation.
Willard Williams' interest in singer, Catherina will
Springs Saturday. They
Lodders, 'a Dutch girl who AN material contained herein Is
improving vocational educational was AM Brands-King SisoFiJterRclullrJCigarettes
meet at 8 at the Fort White
a.m. production In whole or In part to '
( truiU le :iWt facilities in the county. Miss World in 1963 will be Post Office, north of High I the property of fh Gainesville ctn.
Members married Sunday. Checker is .. Publishing Company. (c) '" Re-
of the generally
I Springs on Route 27, accordingto I strictly forbidden without the written
Business and Professional Wom' credited with inventingthe Cot F. W. Hodge, president. permission of the publisher. '
-.- en's Club sponsored the barbecue dance known as the twist.
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before the rally and said
Attention Livestock Producers! they served 465 people. CHIMNEY EGGS..doz.49c10os.

Saturday's rally in Micanopy CORNERSby Gas Genie says

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Friday, April ID, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3

More About Library Bids School '
Summer Programs OlCdTwo II .

Board.. For Jr. High,I. summer school programs 'tor of instruction announced I grades 7 and S will be offered Home economies will be con- MNEYJust !

were approved by the! the programs.He I remedial work, but typing will ducted at Gainesville High and
said classes under the 'be if
academic available only facilitiesand
From Page Rejected school for a Board six-weeks yesterday.period.Eachis program will be from 8-: enrollment permit.* at a selected junior high school

12 a.m. Monday through Friday.A center. Driver education will be tell us how much
Two new elementary -schools Bids for the .construction of dates for the Students in grades 9-12 may you need to $" Cas" 24 i
Registration ac- $5 fee for county pupils will where enrollment is sufficient to pay old YOII y nit, ...
Idylwild and Myra'Terwilliger -a library building at Howard ademic and the recreation and be charged; those from outside register for either: review or warrant the bills, for home Improvements Reury, Payments Rec"ve Pym.1Its uOfItfIIy
will absorb some of.Bishop Junior High'School were enrichment programs has been the county will pay $20. new work but only one unit _program. pairs for all, car re. [185.D0 $11.00 $428,00 $25.00 # _
the overcrowded classrooms in rejected by the S c h o o 1'Board set for June 10. Classes in both Only remedial work will be may be earned during the sum- Camp Crystal'Lake will have seasonal expenses.your 269.00 16.00 537.00 31.00 i
:the new:pupil distribution, Man- yesterday when they exceeded programs will begin June' 15 offered elementary pupils, with mer term. Subject offerings will four two-week sessions scheduled Phone for prompt, 33800 2000 600.00 34.39 1
ning said, but Littlewood, the estimates.The : be determined by enrollment. courteous service. ;
and continue to.July 24. special emphasis on readingand as follows: rayments iDtllldt i.t nest Inll AriMiyal. 1
school most needing relief, will board 'ordered its 'architect Don Allen, the board's direct a r i t hm e tic. Students in School centers are as follows I LOANS UP TO $600
get little benefit. Jack Moore to restudy the t June 14-27; June 28 July 11,
for the library addition I :. I 1:rI
Littlewood, which now has plans July-12-25 and July 6-Aug. 8. .
it received bids from ---- -------- ---
an average of 35 pupils per I after Guy Plan Rocket Shot TodayCAPE Grades 7-12 -Gainesville i FMIttFINANCE
E. Cleveland Construction Co.i
classroom, could have its load High, Lincoln High and ,Santa : :

reduced to 31 or 32, Manning and Tassinari Raymond would Tassinari.have been the\t, KENNEDY, Fla. (AP)I Ii cause of unfavorable weather in Fe High r 1 I :
Involve INC.
said. It would rezoning
apparent low bidder with a base i The National Aeronautics and ,that area. Grades 1.3 Sidney Lanier 1i of
some pupils living in Mason Gainesville
I bid of 4-6 Kirby Smith; 1-6, A. Q. I
$51.800'aganst Cleve
Manor and Black Acres from!. Space Administration planned a A Titan 2 rocket Thursday 204 S. E. first Street. .. .
land's bid of 54777. Jones and Duval Elementary.The .. .. .. ..FR 6-4661
Littlewood to J. J. Finley. second attempt today to rocket scored its 14th straight launch- t I 1
Moore said the bids
'C were Project Fire payload downward ing success, concluding a two- recreational and enrich-
But parents of the two areas about $3 per square foot higher la,I "
are :Overwhelmingly against than anticipated. I into the atmosphere at;year military test-flight pro- ment program will include activities 1)
having their' children changed, The board gave its' approval!!25,000 miles an hour to study I gram. The rocket, most power- similar to those scheduled -i' SEE BOB HOPE FRIDAY NITE
I ful in the U.S. arsenal, struck in previous Allen:
a years
.. he said, and Littlewood will
remain -of final plans for libraries at heating problems which will affect -
miles down said. The will be i
crowded.All target 5,000 range. program planned -
Douglas and Shell Elementary
manned spacecraft return- The flight program recorded 24 in cooperation with the I
Schools, a library extension at ZENITH COLOR TV
pupil assignments approved -Westwood Junior High, and a ing from the moon. successes in 33 'launchings. Gainesville Recreation Dept. I ON A .
yesterday now go. to
classroom remodeling projectat The launching' the Atlas
the principals of each school,
Hawthorne High. booster rocket was scheduled!; r 608 N.MAIN
who will notify parents by let- COMPLETE AT J
ter of the school their children Also approved were plans fora between 3:31 p.m. and 11:33:' S
classroom to be added to the p.m. when total darkness will ST.
.have been assigned to attend
next year. gymnasium at Santa Fe High prevail in the re-entry area off: STEREO SYSTEMSSALES
School. It will be used as a the west coast of Africa. The! 8:30 to 9:30 '
The letters go out' about the physical education instructional shot was postponed Monday be-: and SERVICE p.m. p.m.COUCH'S ; ,
first cf May so parents may :classroom. ., I
have ait opportunity! to request : In other action the board: INCOME TAX Antenna InstallationsBlack's ZENITH COLOR TV ..
other preferences.Tlie I -Heard a report on guidanceand I ,.

new attendance areas approved -from, exceptional Mrs. Ruth child Sawyer services, :Mrs.!i:' GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS Audio Service HEADQUARTERS for GAINESVILLE "

yesterday are as follows told the board !
Sawyer a qual-
ified teacher had been found to' 1328 N.W. 6th St. FR 6.2924 i :
Approximately 95 pupils teach a special ,class for chil- I
from Flavet Housing now attending dren who are hard of hearing.It .

Stephen! Foster. will..be will start in September.
reassigned J. J. Finley, elim Confirmed previous
inating the need for bus transportation agreement with the State Department
( for these children. of Education to acquire .
.driver simulators which
-' Pupils living in the Melton will be used cooperatively with
Manor and Robinson Heights the University of Florida.
'areas and now attending Lake i
Forest will be assigned to Kir- )
by-Smith. I Four
Kindergarten pupils from, 1or
Metcalfe will be transferred to Jailed HereFour
Sjdney Lanier.
Pupils living in the area
teen-agers charged with
west of Northwest 43rd Street QUMJ
cracking an empty early
and Southwest 50th Street now
at Earlton
Wednesday were re-
attending Littlewood, will be assigned 'turned here yesterday from
to the new Myra Terwil-
iMacclenney to stand trial.
liger School west of Gainesville. arrested J
They were there in
= Pupils living in the Archer
a stolen car a few hours after.
Road area west of the 1-75 underpass the Earlton burglary.
now attending J. ,J. Deputies from here went to
Finley, will be assigned. to Myra.Macclenney yesterday to interrogate

Terwilliger.Pupils-living in the Archer' them and the brought boys. They them charged to Ala- FAMOUS MANUFACTURER OVERPRODUCES LM. FIELDS SCOOPS-UP

Road area between the 1-75 Underpass chua County jail.Jacksonville ,
and Southwest 34th,

ley Street.will now be assigned attending J.the J. new Fin- The want the )'outhsfor'authorities ear theft.also ENTIRE STOCK FOR HALF THE REGULAR PRICE YOU SAVE 50% :
car they were driving allegedly -
Idylwild.School, south ot Gainesville I I was taken from, a dealer

-- Pupils now attending J. J,I i in The that boys city.'are James O'Brien 1/2 PRICEz PRICE2 PRICE -;

Finley and Sidney Lanier, but Jr., Jessie Marshall Carver
who live in the Idylwild area, and William, Steve Roundtree,
will be'assigned to Idylwild Elementary -all 17 years old and Hockledge

School. The, Idylwild residents, and Hensley ,B 0 s- aBcVALUE
area is described'as 2BC 4BC
worth Harris ,Jr., 19, Cocoa
west 13th Street south of Biv-

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4 Gainesville Sun Friday April 10, 1964



Oiaitttsttille. iun TrT OF Saigon Embassy SilentBy : = =. I V

JOHN K. BAKKISON. Prei'dent *.' I WALTER LIPPMAN Governor Rockefeller Is cry- ing such a prominent Republican nance and diplomacy,_ and Jt !, !

rmkUiheri FAT COWLES. Vic PrciW SOUTHBy ing out that the contest is as Henry Cabot Lodge to cannot be argued that in the 1
at deal, ED JOHNSON. VU rruUcal Whatever the reasons for ambassador South -
unfair that the Viet Nam. It In line -
W. G. (Bin great affairs of state the Republicans \
11 Florida's Beautifull'T. .. :. _t tad EBERSOLK.EseeuUvs Vice Pr..Uemt *.i AIi mbassador Henry Cabot should come out of his privileged with his regular practice, to '
not in the know
i .. 'University City 4" vertlilaf Director BOB TASTAGLIOICE. RALPH McGILL ..odge's increasing strength sanctuary in Saigon and neutralize public issues by are I'
Vice rr Uet u4 CtrcaU .. shake hands in the and on the inside. Once they :
** Pmlitaer Pri Wtulnf FvbUihr Republican voters, he begin to looking for a Republican -
.. Uoe llaaaer..M I Of the AtUats. Get C.B.at ti. among whom he could used to complain that they
supermarkets appoint to the
is not to criticism the
open on were not in on the takeoffs, ,
controversial offices.
THE SUN'S POLICY 'We ground that he is playing poll It is most certainly true thatIf another in the line Lodgeis which but always in on the crashes. "

Say tics from an embassy abroad. Mr. Lodge did emerge includes Dillon, McNamara Now they are in on the take-
1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. from Saigon and did begin to -
I 2. Express: the opinions of the Sun In-but only in--editorials -- When he asked President make campaign speeches, he McCone, William McChesney offs.Mr.

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. To Our Kennedy for a dpilomatlc would have to take a positionon Martin. Lodge is a conspicuous b
post, he must have been ascertain President example of the Kennedy tech- 'i
The Sun's All 3728441"Want ; the controversial issues Johnson is working -
telephones: Departments-
will : I
nique. If he is drafted he
as was else
Ii everyone which divide the Republican with the same pattern in
Ads-376-4672 _, that he bad retired permanently Party is they divide the coun selecting General Eisenhower's have benefited by it For without -
Clergy. from active politics going to Saigon his name
.. try. secretary of the Treasury
He could not conceivably have to negotiate about the treaty would hardly have come up
Search and Service QuestionSince had it in mind to run as tho lie would have to speak out with Panama. in San Francisco. he is not

Within recent days religious Republican candidate against about the civil rights bill, drafted, it will not be because
about the campaign The positions held by Re- he is silent in It will
John F. Kennedy, to whom he against
1961, when the U. S. Su- right to search without warrants at spokesmen in widely sep .
had lost two elections. poverty, about education, publicans are key posts in the be because time has passed J
Court ruled that illegally- the time of arrest. Such searches arated areas of the coun-
preme about medical care for the crucial fields of defense, fi- him by.
seized evidence could not be introduced permitted because police must be try have noted a shortage of Ambassador to South Vietnam aged, about urban renewal-

1 I in state courts, the decisionson able to seize weapons that might be applicants in the the Christian was just about the mean and about Cuba and VietNam .
mission field and-or empty est and most difficult diplomatic With Senator Goldwater OLYMPUS By Interlandl* *
search and seizure have been an used to resist arrest and must be places in the nation's theological post that could have

increasing source of irritation to po- able to obtain evidence that might schools.In been offered to anyone, and Republican controlling delegates a large to blockof the

lice who regard them as hamperinglaw otherwise be destroyed.But one city a group of lay- when he accepted it he proved San Francisco convention, it

enforcement and favoring crimi- men have been trying to ana- beyond all cavil his stout- would become more and more A1ttu\

nals. the search of a hotel roomor lyze why there is an over- heartedness and the sincerityof difficult for Mr. Lodge to be

a car when the suspect is not supply Peace of applicants which offers for the his public spirit.No nominated if Mr. Lodge said lUfi.
Corps, opportunity -
Two recent search and seizure decisions present is something else again. The for direct person -to- doubt, some of the political what it is reasonable to assume .

l by the Supreme Court are Fourth Amendment declares: person service, and a short- strength he showed in that he believes. rr

likely to add to police dissatisfaction.In age in what might be called New Hampshire, and seems But, of course, on the one 0
the church's now to be showing again in he knows most about
peace corps. subject ,
one case, a man clearly identifiedas "The right of the people to be secure Oregon and California is
More and more ministers, Viet Nam, it is entirely impossible -
the hold-up man in a supermarket in their persons, houses, papers, especially the younger ones, based on the fact that be is a for him to make a

robbery was ordered set free because and effects, against unreasonable are discouraged and frustrated patriotic public servant and partisan Issue. The Johnson-

evidence linking him to the robberywas searches and seizures, shall not be by the lack of a free pul that the people realize it. But McNamara policy in South

improperly seized. In another violated, and no warrants shall issue, pit. A laymen's committee in that cannot be the whole Viet Nam is inseparably the .
source of his support, and we .(
is credited with Lodge policy as well.
case, a conviction for conspiracy to but upon probable cause, supportedby may be certain that some .
having forced more than 20
rob a bank was set aside although oath or affirmation, and particu- Methodist ministers to very considerable part of it is His best course, it seems to ..

police had obtained a confession from larly describing the place to be leave young churches in that state.A due to public weariness with me, is to stay at his post in

one of the conspirators.In searched, and the persons or thingsto considerable number of Goldwater, Rockefeller and Saigon unless and until he is
Nixon. drafted by the Republican
ministers have been
be seized. expelledby
convention. There is no pointof
neither case did police botherto their boards. It is becom- Undoubtedly, Republicans in honor which requires him
ing routine for ministers to be
obtain search warrants before The sanctity of anyone's room or search of a candidate are to resign before that And
informed that they are cot to
ascribing to him virtues and
conducting the searches that led to automobile could be subjected to violation "rock the boat." A few have there is every practical poli-
abilities which they wish the tical for that
seizure of the evidence. In one instance if police could search at will been told, callously, that they Republican nominee to have reason supposing
he is more likely to be drafted
I the search was of a hotel without a court-ordered warrant.It are "hired" men. The more Lodge does not if he is not an active can-

room; in the other, of an automobile. A laymen's committee, bas- speak, the more Goldwaterand didate than if he is.
ed in Phoenix, Arizona, says Rockefeller do speak, the
In both cases police had ample op- is regrettable that the court'srulings
in a published pamphlet: more easily is this distinguished President Kennedy was, we
portunity to obtain search warrants. in these cases result in set- "We say to our clergy, "We and prepossessingman may be sure, quite well awareof "I'll vote for yo' if you do something'about.that_ .. :

The application to the courts for ting aside convictions of persons accept you as a specialist and idealized. No wonder the political uses of appointin dumb law which closes bars on election day!'' ,

warrants would not have interfered clearly guilty of the offenses charged.But authority in spiritual_ matters. .
with efforts to solve the crimes. it also is regrettable that policedid However, we ao not consider =
you as more wise, more in- THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT ,7 1 .
71 not avoid this by simply obeyingthe
formed more adequate I .
The Supreme Court emphasized in Constitution and applying for a schooled in political and gov-y _- _-.. -__ 1

its decision that police have every search warrant. ernmental affairs than we. -

I ia.. We will study matters Inthese' MacArthur Story Not Just Military ;

a.I I. .1 fields, prayerfully makeour
a.r decisions, and then go

: forth as CHRISTIAN Americans By DAVID LAWRENCE public affairs was undimin- mander of the military occu- man said that "General Mac- -

Voice of the People to chart the course of WASHINGTON -Much will ished. pation in Japan, in which Arthur's place In history,as_ ,

our country. We feel that, be written about General Once, during World War II, post he had done an outstand- one:of our greatest commanders --

since we pay the salary of Douglas MacArthur but the when the late General George ing job.These. .is fully ,es b1isbed."
our clergy, build our churches -
chiefs _
Marshall, chief of staff of the same military A turn of fate might have
and finance her general
OkwiOpinion Page had previously agreed with
and missionary undertakings Army, returned from a visit caused General MacArthur tq;: _
t the ideas of General MacArth-
that dealt not alone to Australia, some of the news
I Opinions and comments of Sun reader are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters we should have just a little ur in their private discussionsof become a political figure, pos
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should bit to say about what the with the military side but papermen asked him privately felt sibly president. He did deliver-
t I not exceed 500 words and must be written" on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The clergy in our name. We with many other activities of how he thought General American policy. They indeed, the keynote speech.-at
\ says
Sun reserves the right to reject,.a,.letter.or to shorten it. without changing the writer's meaning or government, in which he had MacArthur was doing as commander that the United States should the Republican National Convention
want to minister
l you so as to
intent. bomb the Red Chinese
the keenest interesl.Many of forces in the Paci- in 1952, which nominated --'
command .
our respect.
.as a
operation wth the Communist published a reviewof fic. He replied: above the Yalu and preventthe General Eisenhower, r
t.c Coexistence Is your paper true disciple of Jesus Christ." of us who, as newspapermen Air Force of the
nations is a true Trojan a political meeting at which That is coldly frank. It covered the War "Very fine, very fine. But, enemy There were reports current at
puts from its ground
horse of the Greek story one candidate for county sup- involved in 1916 often set of course, he's very much in- covering the time that he would have
Horse' clergy in its place.It Department in its invasion march
f 'Trojan which communism is troops
through erintendent
of schools defended is not 'what the clergysays across the desk listening to terested in what's going on southward in Korea. liked presidential nomina-
penetrating into free nations the use of fees to help sup- in Christ's MacArthur. He didn't politically he always has tion himself. But General
name in hu Major
Lausche EDITOR recently, Sun:received Sena tor a with the bill being footed by port the schools.I manity's name, in, God's wear a uniform it was not been." President Truman did not MacArthur was primarily..interested ..

letter from a Slovenian citizen the nation who takes this lure. for one object to school name or what he quotes the customary in the pre-war Perhaps some of this same have any personal animosity in political ideas and
Day after day we listen interest was to come to the toward General MacArthur.In principles. He will be remem- -
presently residing ,in Aus- fees. The practice harks backto Apostle Paul as having said, days. With his feet on the leaf
to the Voice of America surface in 1951, when the fact, in the public state- bered, however, not as a man -
tria which I believe should be the days when schools collected or what the Ten Command- of a desk, he freelyas
spouting nice statements about minority leader of the Houseof ment 10 1951 relieving with political ambition but as
read by all Americans: tuition and the "poor"parents ments or the Sermon on the he disposed of the military on April
peaceful coexistence of na could be exemptedby Mount proclaim. These lay- business of the day and then Representatives, Joseph W. him of command, Mr. Tru- a military genius. -- -
Highly Esteemed Sen. Laus tions. How in General
can people Martin, Jr., wrote to
t declaring themselves pau- men make it plain. .What proceeded to ask questions
che: The tragic death
very the
countries behind the Iron MacArthur and said:
of the late President Kennedy pers. Our American schoolsare the clergy says is in their about what was going on at
'V 1 aroused the world over deep Curtain still keep up hope of s u p p osed to be open to name. .and they want their Capitol HilL He would argue "In the current discussionson MemoFrom
their freedom when those who
well all children and youth and to minister to be very sure to about the tariff and about other foreign policy and over- Washington
sorrow as as indignationand
have been them for
concern of the entire free torturing serve all of them. Any set understand that he speaks in pieces of legislation pending all strategy many of us have
so many years are being sup- their He wanted to been distressed that, althoughthe
of special fees becomes immediately name. in Congress.
world. It is interest-
very ported. All of this is a mock- have the Cowles Washington Bureau :.
ing to note what I heard with a handicap for chil Not many young men con- know the reaction of the re- European aspects

my own ears in Austria the ery people.of all freedom loving dren and parents with moder- sidering a career as a minis- porters, and he offered his been heavily emphasized, we FASHION NOTE: The space suit that an astronaut will wear :
ate or low incomes and helps ter would be attracted to this own ideas. have been without the viewsof
very next day after the assassination Excuse dear Senator in the Gemini two-passenger satellite will cost approximately ,-
me, Commander in
yourself as
; namely that this for these lines which have to defeat the purposes of our proclamation. It would seem Major MacArthur was the 60000. The Space Agency has ordered 50 of them at a price of
Chief of the Far Eastern Com
crime had been committed by been written with the best Intention schools.I unlikely that few who wishto extrovert type of individual, mand."I $3,000,000. For that kind of money, they ought to be specially :

rightist circles, and this even to keep you posted on for one, hope that all serve as missionaries sociable and popular, and tailored, and they are. Within the next three weeks the Space ..
before we had read in the the truth also from this side. school fees will be abolished would care to enlist under so those of us who spent evenings would deem it a great Agency will announce the names of the astronauts chosen to

newspapers that the murderer (letter concluded).. and our schools be what they secular a banner as this with him remember his con- 'help if I could have your views make the first manned Gemini flight next fall. They don't wantto

Oswald, himself admitted MARGARET SANDERS were- intended public hoisted by the laymen who geniality. But,all of a sudden, on this point either on a con" announce the names yet, but there's no way around lt.The -
being a Communist. schools supported by public state, their position so plain- just after the United States fidential basis or otherwise. astronauts have to be measured for their space suits .-

Most of all, the free- funds and in which all due ly.To entered World War I in 1917, General MacArthur replied and their identities would be sure to leak out
dom-loving people in Yugoslavia School Fees'Handicap' striving is taken to care for be sure, the laymenwho the young major grimly told without happening to specify .

are wondering why America the underachievers, the slow wish to have such pas the newspapermen that he whether or not his views .

understand that all and the discouraged as well tors never seem to have emp- He should be kept confidential.He -
can't was going overseas. con INTERNATIONAL SET: French Ambassador Herve : A! ,
this so-called peaceful coexistence as the others. ty pulpits. ,But, nonetheless, fidently predicted he would left that to the discretionof phand has all the requisites for popularity in the diplomatic ;

and her cultural co- EDITOR, Sun: Recently A. R. MEADPOTOMAC there already are shortagesof someday be back as a Briga- the minority leader of the set intelligence, a beautiful wife, and a good cook. Recentlya
students in the seminariesand House. In his letter, General
,'. dier General a rank which New York statesman, seeking a little plug for a local ;
fewer applicants for the his father had held-- and he MacArthur said that his views product asked Alphand if he ever served New York wines in _
: mission field.Reinhold ,and recommendations with
FEVER added: the embassy. Said the ambassador: "The French embassy is, -
respect to the situation
one of '"As look down the corridors of French and French -
I you a part territory we serve .
By Fletcher: Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau the world's most distinguished created by Red China's entry
of this building, you wines there because we think that each nation has its own
l religious writers and thinkers into the war against us in
t Republicans chide: President Johnson for driving too fast. Well, if they'dleft recently wrote: "Man is will see the old men quickly Korea had been submitted to culinary specialty. I would tell you frankly that I prefer Amen
burning in the house replaced by the ones, ican hotdogs to French hotdogs." :.
all the lights they wouldn't poke along gettinghome mystery to himself because he younger Washington in most complete
for is man's busI-
either. war a young
is, on the one hand, a creature details. He added that generally .:
of nature, and on the ness. these views are "well .
Khrushchev praises speeches by LBJ and-other Americans. Khrushchev always other hand a free spirit who On that same day, as some known and clearly under- HOPE WAS HERE: Master of ceremonies at the press phootographers' -

it when nice Red China. makes nature and himself his of the newspapermen ex- stood, as they follow the conventional dinner for the President last week, Boo Hope -
appreciates we word
a against
object, extends his ends be- pressed regret to the Secre- pattern of meeting again established himself as Washington's .favorite.. political :

yond nature's limit. and tary of War,Newton D.Baker, force with maximum counter- commentator. Items: Tbere was nothing political about the :

Winthrop Rockefeller thinks hell win as governor of Arkansas. Who in the would celebrate his dignity as that such a capable officer force, as we have never failedto tax bin. The President just wanted us all to have a little .-- 1

state could vote against little Rocky?' 'master of things' but for two who had handled press relations do in the past" change in case we needed bas fare to the polls." "I was to-

obvious facts: he dies as all in expert fashion was Two or three sentences of vited to stay at the White House but couldn't.: I forgot..my* -

New York waiters protest that tips average only eight per cent. Whereas creatures do; and he uses leaving at a critical momentin this kind in a letter that might flashlight" "Things change fast In Washington. I asked my I

', with the recommended 15 per cent, the customer gets a more charitable glare. his freedom not only for crea- public affairs Mr. Baker .otherwise have been regarded cab driver at the airport what ever became of Jimmr Hoff.- :

tive but destructive purposes, said: as a routine reply attracted Speaking,* he said." :-.'.-__:. ::

The Supreme Court divides, 5 to 4, on a major civil rights case. The court's not only to fulfill himself in "I know you are right, but nationwide attention when .
voice: is the law of the' land, and its echoes on the land are the lawyers' milk his fellows but to realize J himself Major MacArthur wants to go published. President Trumanfelt -

and honey. at their expense, exhibiting .' overseas and I can't blame that he was obliged to re- AND LYNDON: Speaking briefly at the photographers dinner :

Astronaut John Glenn's unhappy experience has: changed political customs. in the process an the him. I venture the predictionthat lieve General MacArthur of Mr. Johnson dredged up an elderly witty that was pleasantly :

:From now on, no p IUreian-_W If ever again_,put his ear to the ground. pride, vanity, lust and cruel- some day hell come here his command because outwardly received. "I think my economy program is beginning -
..- ty which are part of the hu- as chief of staff of the army." at least, it had seemedto to have some effect," he said. "I overheard someone asking :

Aides of Pennsylvania's Scranton promote him for president. What's man story. .Man, in short, This prediction was indeed him that there was evidenta one of my young assistants 'What do you think of the farm :

needed is a major moy,, =SIX moving the statehouse, frpna-< Harrisburg to Saigon.- is baffled about both his virtue fulfilled. But when General kind of Insubordination. The bffl.' Well,' was the reply 'If we owe It we should pay It." :
and his nature. ." MacArthur returned to the joint chiefs of staff agreed

President Johnson's problem of a runnil -mate' is easily solved: Lady Bird. TEs comment helps one War Department, he -was a that technically General Mac-

Jlhe's already a good mate.-She's ar Democrats Shes smart, and besides, she's understand the laymen in Ari changed Individual He had Arthur bad perhaps violatedthe

:tired of cooking foe.the ,whole. Congress._ zona. .It also explains why been wounded twice overseas. rules. But while they recommended 4a/60 2M

many young (and not so He had come; face to face with that he be relieved

movingso: )young) ministers wish they the awfulness of war. He never of his command in Korea, .f' ; PM. R. 9ke1t/ :

: -.-had a.free.'pulpit from which was,again the jovial personthehad where he was acting for the

1 n._ :, ,.o.11.If, """" to,speak and is.'directly; related been in earlier days. United Nations, they did not VJ
;: Winthrop Rockefeller. brother -of t IDon1lnJI .for governor ofArkansas.Slogan ; to loss of theological He became subjective. His propose that he be taken ; CLC I ,os, U &!y.

: Winthrop runs'gooa'HEe'a. Rockefeller' should. students. particular interest, however, away from his duties as com "._T',:;,- <.;;: <,, ,..a :*: .-. ,, ..-'- '0'.. ,..:J -' .- -


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Fle iiig'Wihs>Boys"'Clii6; AwdrW j -. Scholarship. ",.; <.,,, I is'open in this to all local persons project Interested to assist -!'

Fund Group County boys in and beginning girls in their Alachua college 'FRED LEWIS'S'

(Picture on Page 1) live participation in the state- First Federal Savings and Loan Gainesville Engineers' Club, Plans.Election. careers. '
-William wide affairs of Boys' Clubs." Association, Florida National Sperry Rand, Denny Concrete, LOCKER ROOM
A. Fleming, past Bank and the First National and the Elks Lodge. The annual election and report -B'Nai Israel 4562 N.W. 13th St. 3769191OLD
He has been a member of the
president of Boys' Club of meeting of the Gainesville,
Gainesville, was awarded the Gainesville club board of directors Bank. will be held Monday, at noon Services Set ( HOOTNANNY)
since 1957 and was presi- .:
National Medallion Award here Miniature, plaques were Scholarship and Loan Fundin
I'i last night at the annual Awards dent in 1960. I awarded the following for as- Boy of Year. ., the Banquet Room of the Congregation B'Nai Israel will NOW OPEN
and Recognition Dinner held He was unable to attend the I sistance as volunteers over an Park Lane Cafeteria. observe Sabbath services at 8
I by the club.Thirtyseven. ceremonies last night, becauseof Timothy Keyes has been o'clock tonight at the Synagogue -
of time A the resultsof
extended period : Harry report on
an airline delay, but was ableto named the Gainesville Boys' 3115 N. W. 16th Ave.
individuals civic Parkhurst, Dale Ingmanson, the Match Fund Drive CASUAL DRESS
Club of the for HAPPY HOUR
participate through an am- "boy year"
and fraternal ,groups were Barry Stearns, Don Large, club will be given by Dr. Maurice BEST
plified with WATER
telephone hook-up and ICE TEA
civic business R. Ahrens, and Robert ;
honored of
I during the program. ;New York presidents or chairman 5 TO 7 P.M.
City. He is the and '
of Rev.
Club son of the GLASSES
groups in major Boys' projects Barnhart, treasurer DANCE BAND
Robert N. Carter, of the Uni! The Presidents Award was to the University City Mrs. )t. B. Keyes, 302 N. W. organization. B. K. Stevens, For Motels & Restaurants .1 MON. THRU SAT.
versity of. Florida Departmentof I presented the Gainesville Exchange -Kiwanis Club, the Moose Lodge, 15th Ave. I chairman of the selection and SPENCECHEMICAL DOUBLE. FOR PRICE WED., FRI., SAT.
Management. was principal Club, for completion of the Gainesville Lions Club, the The sixth grader at Sidney awards committee, will reporton SUPPLY CO. OF SINGLE 9:30 TO 1:30
speaker and Rev. Thomas Mit fencing, and to the Gainesville Junior Welfare League, GHS Lanier is active In his church the number of students grad FR 2-2186 ;
chell was,master,of ceremonies. choir and is a safety patrol
and Anchor
Jaycees tions. -for annual contribu- Keyettes Club Civinettes and to "Win" Phil- lieutenantTim uating in June from whom'applications Lt..""..........."."CLIP THIS COUPON 1UEmI.nnmr
FIemin have
I s'award, presentedby for scholarships
0 thy will receive his :::1
the Ralph Florida Fossey Area, Council chairmanof of Special Man and Boy plaqueswere lipps. award tonight from 'T..1. been received. I.r r C HOURS ONLY -10 AJUo 3P.M.C HOURS !I
awarded Pete Bethel andBob Certificates of appreciation Hawes, Gainesville ExchangeClub Three members of the boardof =
Boys'based Clubs'of' America, is Hancock. Other, similar, .went to John Smith, Jim president, at the father directors will be elected to = SATURDAY. APRIL 11 =
on "progressive leader. plaques were given James Os- Shields Phi Mu Sorority, CircleK and son awards night dinner. two-year; terms. The meeting I r' w
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II -Mrs: .I Hazel Fisher UJ 0 mEn( f anD, THE 'f fflmiLy I y- .Brides'BookFRIDAY -, H -.PaintingsAvaiabie. To Merchants'- ( -.- .

To Head BPW Club Ruth Weimer . Women's Editor I Merchants wishing to have: This year's exhibit represents :

! April 10 .paintings of local artists to display work of all members
1 L u n c heon compliment? in their store windows the Fine Arts Association from
\ Mrs. Hazel Fisher will serve nan were named as delegates' Cancer Crusade CoffeeMrs. Miss Anne Punts, bride-ele following the Fine Arts Festival,I!!professional .to beginner. die

the Gainesville Business and to represent the local B&PW of Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr. are asked to follow this procedure show, open through April 19,

I Professional Womens Club as club at National Convention in I of Jacksonville, 12:30 p.m. by the Association. !I may be seen from 10 a,m. until
president for, the 1964-65 club Detroit during July. I i Mrs. Finley Cannon and Mrs.I I!! Contact any artist whose. 5 pm daily.

year. Mrs. Fisher succeeds Mrs. Mrs. Cherry and Mrs. Mamievan ; Li I Newton Ebaugh, Gainesville I Ii !:work is on display at the Florida -!''I More than 400 people attended

\ Myrtle Cherry. Horn, parliamentarian, ; iw i Golf and Country Club. National Bank by request I the tea and opening last Sunday
I Other officers' elected during were selected as alternates to i 'SATURDAY, April 11 ing address and telephone from afternoon I Mrs. Jean O. Mitchell
I a meeting early this week were: the convention.Mrs. I Shower complimenting Miss hostesses at the show. I president, announced.

Mrs. Edith. Roundtree, presi- Cherry will serve as instinct f Glenda Moon bride elect of

dent-elect; Mrs. Jayne Butter- director for District Three. Barton Thrasher, 8 p.m., Mrs. Test Drive, The RAMBLER Of YOUR CHOICE
I, worth first vice-president; Mrs. for the new,year and Mrs. Bren-i R. Hill English, Mrs. C. A. J
Jeri Dollar, second vicepresident -nan will serve as district corresponding ;.r t King and Mrs. E. B. Sapp Sr., ; -
; Mrs. Margaret Brennan, at the English home, 4014 .
recording secretary; Mrs. Jew- secretary. I ? ;x NW 13th Street. RIDGWAY MOTOR co.
First,meeting of the new Ex-, J
ell King, corresponding secretary I ; Luncheon honoring Miss 1 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433
; and Mrs. Loulie English, ecutive Board is scheduled April Courtney West, bride-elect of'_

treasurer. 27 when' Mrs.. Fisher will appoint N'ath Culpepper Doughtie, 1,
Mrs. Dollar and Mrs. Bren- committee chairmen. Mrs. J. Lance Lazonby
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Representing the Gainesville! from the local chapter. Stuffed

chapter of,the Order of the East I Gainesville members sing- HemerocallisSocietyMeets !j BELL

era Star during: the 59th annual i ing in the choir are Miss Mary I 1
Virginia Zipperer, Mrs. J. A. PEPPER 5&
Grand of Florida !
Chapter convention Grubbs, and Mrs. W. G. Wheeler. Creole Sauce
in Jacksonville this i O'Neal Cox, left, was hostess for an orientation coffee for the resi- This Evening Whipped Potatoes
dential Cancer Crusade Drive at her home, Wednesday. The drive I
week are a large number of Others attending one or more start Tossed Salad!
Thursday. Pictured with Mrs. Cox are from left to right, Mrs. Clare Members of the, Gainesville
city members. sessions include Mrs. E. W. Gar Jolley, Hot Roll) & Butter Spanish+ Oni ns Served
Miss Mary Laura Johnson Is ris, Mrs. Bertha Price, Miss Mrs. Edwin W. Wood, : Irs. Gerald L. Estep, and Mrs. B. T. Brasington. .Hemerocallis Society will view' Hot Coffee or Frt Wits Your Soled'
slides of old and new varieties
Grand Treasurer for the organ- Gertrude Arrington, Mrs. Frank teed Tea
of day lilies this evening during I Your Second Cup of Coffee or
ization: Mrs. L. F. Latimer, Mrs. Pierce Guerry, !
a meeting in, the Chamber of Iced Tea Is Always FREE
Grand Elects, with Mrs. P. M. Mrs. L. C. Crosby, Mrs. H. F.
Hints HE LOISEDEAR Commerce Building. The session
Zipperer as her escort; P. M. Ennis, Mrs., C. R. Williams, from II is set for 8. p.m. I II 1 -p
Zipperer as Ambassador, and Louis Latimer, Mr. and Mrs.
I .Following the slide .
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Brice, Dr. J. M. Wood and Mr. and Mrs. presentation ;
by Mrs.Joseph T.
E. W. Garris, Mrs. Frank Ridge- Walter Wynn.Installation. GALS: prayer: 1 new sweater. It cost nothing : _
Jr., contest to _
way and Mrs. Dashwood Hicksas of officers will I had been testing hamburger Scrub the soles of your shoes but the price of the packageof I a identify the CAFETERIA: 1
varities shown I
Grand Chapter committee take place tonight with the con- buns, wiener buns and until clean, then spray with sili- dye: otherwise, I would Wilbur will be given. Lunch II ,30 a.ln toOpen 2:05: p.m. '
members. cluding session set for tomorrow rolls from my deep freeze for cone starch. There will be no I have had to throw away a per- M. Harling Jr., president -! F Dinner 4 30 p.m, to 8 05 P,m. II
Mrs. C. R. Perry is delegate morning. two weeks.So more accumulation of dirt! fectly good sweater. Now, you of the 'society, announcesa F 1212 North Main Street i i
special of the
many complaints have MRS. JOSEPH DI.ORIO can't see the little white fuzzy meeting Spring jl GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
Show I !
in who balls at all staging committee for Air Conditioned &
come from women say Doily Sunday
Mrs. Chris Matheson rlemerocallis Society, Region I 'I
; that when they, freeze their DEAR. HELOISE: J TESSIE O Free Parking !
I 12, at the close of the
I. rolls, remove them from the My children have collected meeting.i I Banquet Facilities PHONE 376-4491 II IIi
I freezer and then heat 'em, a lot of seashells.I I 14 Attend This show, set for May 9, will 1.-i i 58c SPECIALS Doily Mon. thru Sat. !
Luncheon take place in the Gainesville
Speaker : L
that they are hard and taste discovered that the largerof ParaMedicalConvention High School Auditorium.I.I I.
the clam shells make won-
t By Louise Hodges pointed out.From dry.Here's ,what' I think you all derful soap dishes. The little -- -- --

CEDAR KEY "Cedar Key information obtained curve at the bottom collectsthe

f D1 was celebrated by the Women's 1 through: family letters, Mrs. are I think doing you: are taking them water thus, keeping the Attending ,the Para Medical! Faith Independent Baptist Church

-I Club during a recent Matheson revealed history of from the freezer in their wrap bar of soap from getting soft. State Convention held recently.j I

\ luncheon when Mrs. Chris Ma-ICedar Key and the surrounding'' ping, opening the plastic, separating These shells are especially in Clearwater- -were 14 Alachua i .. 719 N.W. 31st Aye.I .
I, theson of Gainesville was guest!islands, especially Atsenta Otie ,the rolls ,and setting pretty in the bathroom if they County high school girls. They I \

,I speaker. I Key, which lies across the chan them aside, so that they will are painted 'with ,the new were Second Anniversary
The City of Cedar Key is located nel one mile Southeast. thaw quickly., pearlized nail polish that can Miss Dianne Cook, Miss Sharon

i on Way Key and the entire -l This Key was homesteaded in DON'T do this! be bought at any dime store.I Kuitert, Miss Margaret Be-I REV. RICHARD DeHAAN, Speaker

group of islands are knownas ,1843 by Judge Augustus Steele, I have found (and if used a light pink pearlized low, Miss Eloise Cox, Miss
Cedar Keys, the speaker grandfather of K" REV. MACK H. RICHARDSON Pastor
I the late Chris test it yourself, you can see polish.\ Sandy auf ma n-, Miss Mary ,
,Matheson, at the close of the, this is 10)) that when yon takea These painted shells also Elleman, Miss Karen, Angel,

CalendarOf Indian-, War. t plastic bag full of any kind make beautiful gifts i Miss Mejinda Rehling, Miss. Sunday, April 12 at 11 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.
At auction
he Shirley Strickland and
purchased the of rolls out of your deep freeze DEAR HELOISE: Miss Eb-
depot demolished by the hurri- there is "frost" inside. DOROTHY E. bie Jones of Gainesville High I
of October School Miss
cage ; 1842 from If : would just set the : Nancy Hun-
Events the U. S.' Goverment for $80. bag jou UNOPENED on jour I.had. a real good black sucker 'of Hawthorne High!

Included in the depot was a drainboard until the rolls com- sweater but it had little white School, and.,Miss Susan Estep,i

i hospital, commissary, store, and pletely thaw out..the moistureor balls of lint all over it. Miss Marteen Layfield and Miss I ITS COUCH'S FOR
SATURDAY, April 11, several dwellings. This key, whatever call I bought a package of black Gina Whidden of P. K. Yonge
frost (or
Barbecue for the of II
i Architecture and Fine College Arts, containing 159 acres, is now it) that you see inside the dye and redyed.it. :.So help Laboratory School. 608 N. MAIN ST.
owned by Dr. Edwin H. An- bag will be absorbed BACK me it looks just like'a brand They were accompanied by
5 p.m. home of Mr. and .
drews. Mrs. Carl Van Arnara and .-
into the rolls, thus making NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA'S .. .
Airs. Harry Merritt, Payne's Judge Steele located this them fresh again. After this NewcomersSlate Mrs. Ed'Byrnes, Alachua Coun

Prairie. beautiful key of Atsenta Otie ty Medical.Auxiliary members;
t House Staff Wives Club, cock. on moisture is absorbed, or after LARGEST DISPLAY OF
Mrs. Frank Tuttle
trips from Tallahassee, where MeetingMrs. Gainesville i I
the rolls are completely defrosted -
tail and buffet
party supper, he High School math teacher
was a member of the ,!
7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. I lature from Legis- finish cooking or heat Edward Tacker servedas and Mrs. R. M. Palmer, P. K.
Hillsborough Coun-
Alpha Omicron Pi, Senior ty. Because he could not obtaina ing them.I hostess when the Gainesville' Yonge Laboratory School nurse.Paid ./ ZENITH STEREOS & F.M. RADIOSWith
,Breakfast, 10 a.m., University know it doesn't say this Newcomers met recently at the
clear II I
Inn Carriage Room. title to his holdings in 1 on the package but I feel. this City Recreation Center.., I
Hillsborough, he decided ZENITH SERVICE SECOND TO NONE
to is your trouble. The .rolls we Bridge and canasta followed
Scouts AttendCadette J move up to the island. removed directly from the the business meeting with Mrs.
was appointed post masterof ,
package and then let thaw, C. C.Montgomery, winning high

PlanMeeting served Cedar Key in 1845 and also were dryer and harder than bridge score, and Mrs. J. Witt, FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL! 9 P.M.
Collector of
as Customs.his .
those we thawed inside the. I canasta honors.
marriage to Elizabeth Cott- I Mrs. Richard C. Wilkins was Advertising
unopened package. ___
ingham Alachua m ------------
County took --------- -- -- --
Girl Scout Cadette Troop 422,' HELOISE the guest.
announced earlier this week place in 1846. The Gainesville Newcomers

as the troop selling the largest Mrs. Matheson said, Cedar DEAR HELOISE:' have slated their next meeting I i\ WEEKEND SPECIAL for SUMMERI@nn@.J
number of cookies for this area Key was a_ favorite spot of the The answer to a waitress's on April 20. I II
elite in the early days and it
in the Girl Scout 1964 Cookie
Sale Drive have lost the title drew those who loved culture

to Junior Troop No. 413. and for the wonderful climate I Experienced SHOP FRIDAY ('
Troop 413 re-ordered and sold then as now- 1 I ALWAYS FIRST QUAJ.ffV'

60 extra boxes to bring' salesto Nautical Motif I II UNTIL 9 P.M.
tc/il of 1200 boxes I Preceding the talk, a smor-.
a or 20
boxes more than the number 'gasbord luncheon consisting' of: Sewing MachineOperators \\L. :

sold by Troop 422. Leader for a variety of seafoods was served

Troop 413 is Mrs. Stanley Ma-. by the hostesses, Mrs. Ruth- #
this and troop cookie chairman:erford Teas and Mrs. Wayne ;. ;

Is Mrs. Howard Miller. Turner. ; ::-.
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Cadette Girl Scout representatives -I The tables, featuring a nauti-

from local troops met:cal theme, were centered with With At Least 3 YEARS Factory Trained '

with sister Cadettes from Gateway shrimp flowers arranged in: Experience f 1f '
Girl Scout Council's 11 .!}shell containers. I II I '
Out of town guests included APPLY AT

evening at O'Leno State Park to.Mrs. Matheson, Mrs. H. B. Florida Athletic Co:
make plans for next year. ,'Williams and Mrs. Velma Lynus
the the of Gainesville; and Miss Helen
Following meeting, 302 N.W. 6th Street
girls were guests of the Clarke, Mrs. J. H. Clifton and
Blanche Covington Nature Mrs. John Rossman all of Oca-, Phone 2-3378 after 2 p.m.

School, in session at O'Lenoj II la. _
this week. Mrs. A F. DeLoachof ;:------------- WITH COUPON ONLY ----------.

dinator Jacksonville for the, Council'1965 Cadette coor I 5 HOURS ONLY .

event will meet_ with the girls.
She is also an instructor at \ / ; '1
the Nature School. ,: SATURDAY APRIL 11 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. .

Cadette Scouts from Gainesville Ii ",
attending the meetingwere j.
: Karen Todd and Linda TEN-IN-ONE-SCOPE* .
Wetekahm from Troop 435, Diana I >
Kattke and Cathy Conner ,_ 'i,5. '- _.
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Barbie Mitchell from Troop THIS COUPON ONLY .... .
422. Linda Franks and Karen i Z i n :. ; -,

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." "I'ZABrF S AN 'tOO!6tWDN'r 8E AJ5SlNG
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DEAR ABBY: In our community there is a couple whom my DEAR WIDE: Don't assume that you are a bore, or that the IN 19A-. MEANT 10 MARRY '
I husband and I have known for over half a century. He and my boy just "likes to sleep." It Is entirely possible that the young You DRA5TAIIS THEM NEVER BUT WE DO NOD WNGTHEHORSELESS MARRIED THE HARNESS% TO OP THE.THEM POINT QUITE; DRASTAIL.//CtEARLYt-CME/

husband have been fast friends since their boyhood. The man man needs to see a doctor. Suggest it. CARRIAGE> KlNK ,THE -
I "had a heart attack, and when he came home from the hospitalwe ...-'------ SILENTMOVIE
called on him. He was as gray as a ghost and I honestly old
DEAR ABBY: Now that'spring is here, the problem we ==
didn't think he to make it I called him by his first
was going so the houses k "- "
had last summer comes to mind. On our street are
That is all. Well he is and has started
name. recovering now
rather close together. The man next door is a sun worshiper,
calling me by MY first name, and I don't like it. I prize hiswife's .
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so at the first hint of warm weather he puts on his swim trunks
; friendship highly but don't her husband's'undue
appreciate and stands around in his front yard sprinkling, weeding and =
familiarity.What do you suggest? showing off in general. His trunks are elastic, fleshcoloredand ,. < *.
about as abbreviated as they can be without landing him
DEAR NEARING I don't know what consider "unduefamiliarity"
you in jail. He is far from a pleasure to look at, being skinny, bald- I
: but it would appear that you are unduly aloof. itIIII.,! R
headed and a grandfather times. I am ashamed to let
many ...
And don't forget, initiated the familiarity!
my children play outside when he is out there. We don't wantto
call the police, but the whole neighborhood thinks he is a
DEAR ABBY: What is a girl supposed to think when a boy VE WANT TO PLAY NOPE WHAT NOTIN-I'M
disgrace. What should do?
falls asleep on a date? Could it be that I bore him? He is wide we SOME OIEC1 SUN WORSHIPER'S NEIGHBORS SNUFFYLET'S PITCH HOSS SHOES TH' DAY 01HE =?
awake when we start out, but no matter where we are, if = GIT UP
there's a chance for him to close his eyes, he falls asleep. I DEAR NEIGHBORS: Ask the chief of detectives or vice A CARD GAME OR GO FI5H1N'?

have told him to stay home if he likes to sleep that much, but squad in your local police department to observe the sun wor- 'I 1
he says he would rather be with me. Should I break up'with shiper and decide whether he is actually violating any ordinances d 4l 3 6L

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.WASHINGTON President drove his Lincoln Continental at The President's Press Secretary has very good connections In __

I Johnson's driving has become speeds up to 85 or 90 miles an George Reedy, was surmised Congress. He could get the
1 of some concern to the hour, passed other cars on the at the reports and said he pending legislation through." ,ouY'Nog! SWINE I AM WHAT WILT. AND MINNIE 7DCP WIU SE. SPEAK DUCKYI YOU
never known the Presidentto MINNIEOOYW
free world. Reporters at hills and frightened "And far
many as as foreign affairsare Jo VNr'F-RSTAND how t f7b ID A YOUR SON om TINE BOa5ER I To asruRNTO
the LBJ Ranch for the Easter members of the official entour- exceed the Texas speed concerned, Dean Rusk USE THE TAPE PECENTCHAP IF YOU FAIL.'! I4 Z NOWYOU'LL
1 Weekend said the President age. limits. The President himself, would certainly stay on." I RECORDER? / JUNGLE Sooty THAT FOK6ET iicSUI
at a press conference, denied "I'm sure the entire cabinet PJa T1
driving too fast and couldn't re- would stay. ,

BVRST PAO L call ever going over 70. "It would be foolish for McCormack J r : ttt
_" ='' i k'll
But the American people had to form a new Cabi q-
ORATOR STERE one more thing to worry about net so near elections." V 1 Ir, -1-
: ACROSS 29.Texas R E e w t: ST. A I N when they read the stories. We The President's car, neared t; -I i./

: X.Executed cottonwood V A' l. E S P EAR E D don't know if they were true or the crest of a hill and the Pres- E J
4.Masctiltne 31.TillableS3. ALERT A R M_ not as we weren't there, but two ident pulled out to pass a 1 i
8.Manor .Furious _S A I HARE 5 White House correspondentswho car. Just then a car came over W f fl l d r
: figures: :abbr. 3 37.8.Short Corroded note REG E NT 5 HIA l. 0 were following the Presi- the hill from another direction. /. Nt /

111.12.Fruit Stale Juice S&Starlike ALA GOAT V A R dent's car insist the stories were "Are you going to stay' hereor

a3.Gypsy 42.Simian C UR10 V A CAT E correct."I go back to Washington for -

'; 4.Pen point 43.Mark EDUCE I I hAGES distinctly remember," one the swearing in ceremony?" YOd *#
15.Sphene aimed at la E M\Vlo\ rilE: W E R. of the them said, "as the speed- the correspondent asked his ',,' h lOoMt'TU2tJI
37.Followed 4fjrndJ.e SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE ometer climbed to 80, turningto friend."I REAP E6 SUES TO O'a+0 II
19.Augury wreath DOWN someone in the car and saying don't know. I guess I'll v/Arr Tim ycu UEAK /..
:ZOo Ethereal 45.King t.ItaL poet 6.term Tennis 'I don't care what you say, have to call the office." ; ME CALL U R i I t<
salt Arthur 2.Mental 1.Cycle I think Speaker McCormack: The other car saw the Conti- I ;
!21.Fervid: lance concepts 8.Russ. would make a good Pr si- nental coming at it and veeredoff Rtf f ; J
23.Girl's name 46.Tip 3.Account peninsula dent' to the shoulder of the road. aI

25.N. Zealand 47.Endure entry 9.Powerful "I heard him," the other President Johnson managed. to
.. aborigine 48.Vida 4.Relevant
'26.Dog's foot orobus 5.Greedy the dead correspondent replied, "and I get through. i
Egypt.rdlg.I : said, 'You may be right After The first correspondent said, I' ao I w
t. 3 4S t 1.'l. a 9 14 16.[ Beckon all, the job, makes the man. "I think the Democratic race .o
r/) 18.Hayed the There has been too much criti- will be wide open in Atlantic
II v- It t3 first card cism of the Speaker'." City. Who do,you think the candidates 2tt

I If IS I' 21.Literary "Then our speedometer hit 85 will be?"

2IT scraps and .I said, 'If nothing else, "Maybe McCormack will wantto .
Id IJL 24.22.Kcepsakt October people will take pity on us u run again. If he's Presi-
brew McCormack is President. Everyone -dent, they'll have to let him." PONT voo J KNOW ITS NOT SAFE \ i HAVE TO M THl5 15 DR FULLER,MI5G NALLIAMS!
: 26.Taste will feel sorry for us. President Johnson put his hat ** M..X'M GOING AS FAR J YOU. OUT ON A HIGHWAY HTTCH HUUNGz CITY A LATE THtt AfTBGOONWEVe KEH
f. / J Zi "l'U 27'EIevated. The other correspondent said, over the speedometer."I M M AS CHESTERrS! N UlrA6lE W FWD HER: SNE UJ.LS x
r/ r//, ?/; 28.Coveted "I'm not worried about McCor- think the thing nr miss IY 1nGQ IN TOIKH WITH
Zp 11 za'U' See 'l/ // // 30.Anglo >.. H US LMMEPUJELY! 3iL
V/ ._.. //. .1'.1Saxon.. mack, but do you ,think. Carl the most is the dances at the
Hayden could do the job?" White House." -
JI SL 'l'/ J* Jf JS. money ==
fi 32.Spilling "Why, does McCormack Does McCormack dance?"
37i // // 3d" : < : ..4:01l1cst-: } drive?" "I don't know, I'd better .. 'g
/ r// 34.Knowing "I don't think so. Anyway check that"'Til r y..r .
) tH fI 4L .,} ,. 35.Gentle he&-
the traffic laws in_ Massachusetts miss the Saturday after :

?, 7 = (4. 4 S. : 35.1U1.WUlo -placesPortimaZlmln. -"*.. are much stricter." I noon press conferences."
4 t '
3g:Beaded' "Then what are you worried "Maybe McCormack will hold i c +
44 I. 41 Ifl lizard about?" them on Saturday afternoonsalso. Q' _

'I,8'0.We The speedometer rose to 90 Let's call him and ask :' J

.... AI Nertleet.ru. ? 41.Galena miles an hour. The second cor- him when we. get back to the (1.- t i

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t Time Out For Fun And Inviting Food LBJ

Served With Southern Hospitality! I


HOLLYWOOD Movie-Television( )- !

B. Johnson can hold his I i
with his predecessors in '

joke department, reports I
Hope, just back from
I counter with presidential

: rt+e mor.
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Hope did his usual
at the White House
1 phers annual dinner last I

end, and Variety reported
; : the President was
smash. The Variety
"Johnson knows the ,:
punch and the most
.a ways to pause. LBJ is
y'm XF
Bob Hope class in comedy. I

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The comedian concurs
the show biz bible's !
"He's very fast with a
said Hope. "When I r
g ? his office with the other
( tainers the day before the gags.'J:

__ the President asked me, I I
do you find time to

- GHS Trio To PerformThese that money?" !I

Hope classifies Johnson !

three' misses Carol Shea, left, Patricia Rehbein, and Dolores Mar par with other recent
tinez.,. will be one of many featured groups at the fifth annual GHS Variety in the quip department, :'
Chorale .next Wednesday night. (Photo by Eddie Davis) should know. He has i :J
seven tunes at Washington I
tions before the last five I

GHS, Chorus To Present ,dents.

"They were all great,"
Bob. "Roosevelt had

j Annual Variety Chorale ful and sense Eisenhower of humor do, and all

,... too. Kennedy's wit was
The Gainesville High SchoolGirls senting the school's fifth Variety ciation concert for all the fine I ous; he loved nothing
Chorous and Mixed Choir Chorale. support we've had through the' than a good joke."

! will combine their talents next ""The Chorlea is planned pri- year," said Mrs. Catherine Mur- Hope demonstrated
Wednesday night at 7:30 in pre- warily for parents.as an appre- phree, director. his own material from the

"We are trying to please all ner. "I was going'to stay
tastes," she said, "so there will i White House, but I didn't
E :Stanwyck Blossoms Out be both light and heavy music."I a flashlight. They re !
"This is the largest group' the lights at the State
we've ever had," she said. ment, too. Dean Rusk
i ,To 'Womanhood At 56By "There" will be 132 students sing- want Senator Fulbright to
in2.U his office.
DAVE SMITH ears of a small, fluorescent ""Every solo and group numher '
: Associated Press Writer pink stuffed animal of no particular was ranked superior at district "Faces really change
Mrs. : Washington. 'I asked
Murphree added. my
genus, absently staringat
HOLLYWOOD tAP) At 56, the whirling, glittery carnI- "Were going to state in Day- driver what has

:Barbara,.Stanwyck. Is beginning val world ,abou\ her. I tona Beach on April 17. Jimmy Hoffa, and he
1q,enter into the maturity of Guest conductors for the Chorale 'Speaking.' Actually I'm
Ah, you think. She looks so 1
fully-blossomed womanhood. are Russell Danburg and Washington as part of a
You enter the, set of her lat. young, so innocent. Like little Elwood Keister, both from the exchange. You sent us
eL: j1icture'and there she sits, Margaret O'Brien. With' silver Department of Music at the Salinger. If he gets
hair. ;
Joafing between, takes, in a University of Florida. Danburgwill may be our first wet b I :
screaming-red plaid blouse and Come off it, bub. conduct "Hymns of Praise senator. He's running

faded blue jeans by Edith Miss Stanwyck's no pullet Then Let Us Sing" from his oratorio -George Murphy, the only

.., Head. any more, and she'd be the last "Beyond Lies God paigner who takes along
Tenderly she scratches the to deny it.But she's a long way Melissa Rehhng from J. J. campaign manager and a ;d

from the moulting season, too. Finley Elementary Schooland ographer.'
Julia Larson from
Howard :
Somewhere in between is a Hope figures the
Bishop Junior High School will I
Says Jump woman who is 56 and doesn't be guest soloists.JFK I and the light switches
hide it, who has covered plenty one of the great running
of mileage but doesn't showit -

Top'Fihns who has had some rough Display ,
I breaks> and doesn't crab aboutit i.'
Is Hardest and who knows the score and WASHINGTON (AP-Official KENT-A-TV .
doesn't forget it. papers and other mementoes of
One of Hollywood's biggest the late.President John F. Ken-
By BOB THOMASAP names for three decades, Miss nedy will be displayed in Miami 122N.W IfiHiAve FR 2-0433
Movie-Television Writer Stanwyck has survived the trek Sept. '10-12 to encourage contri- 2133 N.W. 6th St. .
HOLLYWOOD' (AP) The from 1930 to 1964 in fine shape. butions to the Kennedy library i I
problem of being a movie star, She looks like a 40-ish woman in Boston.
observes Hugh O'Brian, Is rising -who might have had her hair SATURDAY ONLY

to, the next plateau. silvered at a beauty parlor."Missy" LEON E. MIMS, Owner STARTS TONITE!
O'Brian, one of the sage ob- Stanwyck has long PRESENTSWIJ.WY I' Showtime 7:15 2 FAMILY! FUN 1
servers of local tribal customs, been a favorite 'with the press,I FEST HITS
Is 'also one of the ablest prac- public, directors, crew and See Beth Complete Late As DRIVS-IN THEATRE
tjtioners of_the self-selling art. even costars. She always knows II UNDER THE YUM YUM TREEwith 9:00 Children Under 12 FREE.

He--divulged some of the tricksof her job and she never keeps I JACK LEMMON Low OPEN FIRST 6:30 RUN; SHOW Admission 7:15 2f6A Ho Road t f, TO Plat FR 6-Soft
itie game before returning to anyone waiting. I 5OOO WATTSRADIO
the Mexican' locations of "Love But since 1957 she has made I I!LOG EXCLUSIVE FIRST AREA SHOWING *

Has Many laces."- only three movies, including the MONDAY thru SATURDAY JANE FONDASTOLEN
The actor had a fortnight's present "Roustabout," a musI- Rtiigion HOURSwith
vacation because the illness of cal vehicle for Elvis Presley. New A WMthr
Fla. GardMMSammy -
costar Lana Turner "suspended Why the neglect? 501 Finn Shew itodMy SUSAN HAYWARD A11jou nee ,' ahiIlbi11g weddiIf

production. Shooting was three- She had her hands full from I :SS Family D quarters finished mostly on the 1960 to 1961 with her own television News WM hr "', '=" ''""" is a guy, a gal and

Acapulco location, and now the show, which netted her 6:01 Sammy Farm Show Utidsty i 1I '
rest will be filmed in a Mexico an Emmy. j News Wtifhtr a shotgun !
I Sammy Lindsay I w MUSIC
City studio. Before that, she admits, she :J5 Farm ShawN I a o f ,
"Love Has Many Faces" is just stopped getting offers. i NEWS
: Local ft Slat New
only Hugh's second movie since Chief reason: Many of the old 7 Sammy UndstyiM : SPORTS l METRO x
he quit the "Wyatt Earp" tele- Hollywood kingmakers of her Farm Local *SlwwiM State News
vision series three years ago. heyday had died. New studio lte.101\ Kay Sh wtM D <
This despite the fact that he heads naturally thought in k:85G.Local MMtfMntry News If--! 4

is a highly serviceable leadingman terms of newer faces. I Sports. ':
tl*St A NaM News
with an internationalname. Like most people wrapped up ;15 JIM Kay Show
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in their work, she talks about Kay Shew -' 1-
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some resistance to putting the i done in Hollywood what's on 9 tl0:esJeiM News Kay ft Weather Scbow '= EEB
-star.of television ,series into television what's in the news, 00 Newt ft Weatfcer
leading'roles in important how does it all relate to what :3SGeM lartfe Show 980-KC H

'films," he planned.He really makes the world tick. I 5000-WTS..
resisted taking roles In Divorced in 1951 from Robert -I 1 0:01 GeM News Bard ft Weather SMW r
films he thought wouldn't fur Taylor after 11 years of I Gehe News ft Bare weather show YOUR MUSIC STATION -PANAVISION*
ther his career.He could affordto marriage, she has never re-; "Home Of The Good Guys" METRO CO LOR
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A&M Coach d Y Arnie Back" -

.., ((69)) in rOove-

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Is Florida _: i By JIM BECKER "' "

not at all he said. "And I'm
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP-Arnold finally enjoying it"In

AttractionA Palmer, smoking less and finaly.s all, 19 players in the fieldof
ly enjoying it, mustered the deserters -
96 hit par 72 or better. Ten
c'- may.I back to Arnie's Army Friday of them were foreigners.Four .
list of Florida's seven top attractions undoubtedly x 4! today after he opened his biennual .J: a April 10,. 1964' 70s

would swing through the standard items of sun, sand, ? .jn charge at the Masters Page Four shot 70, among them
hotel and ,. r 3 ,xs :: Golf Tournament title with a
orange; trees, pretty girls Miami Beach skyline fil ;;;:* ,/h : first-round 69. I '---... 1[ 1I Billy Joe Patton, the witty andexciting

the Everglades.These order and can be ar- ,.w, It was good for one-fifth of the cluster were Bob GoaEby, a tour shot to within 12 feet of the pin enlistments had been falling off Morganton amateur N.C. player from
in ,
are listed no particular But a seventh'' item y. ipening-round lead, as the five veteran who said he "has beenin on the 18th hole. during his long slump since late Patton who shot holeinoneand
suit personal preference. a
ranged to Florida A&M University tied for the lead composed the a slump for a year and a Nicklaus needed the putt fora last summer-when he smashed
Jake veteran missed tying for the title in
would have to be Gaither largest bunch at the top since half," and Davis Love Jr., a birdie three and a 69, but he daring wood shots over the 1954
. football coach. relations : 1 : ? the tournament began in 1934. bespectacled club pro who looks hit the hole and skidded four water on the 13th and 15th holes by one stroke made an
has done much for the state as a public eagle three when he chipped in
" Gaither his coaching ability with Rattler grid teams, x; y Gary Player of South Africa, more like a baffled bookkeeperthan feet past, missed that one coming and collected birdie 4s on each. from off the green on the 15th
man through remarkable ability who won the Masters in 1961 a golfer. back and finished with a 71. Part of the blame for Palm
winner, his hole and came to the last hole
his fantastic success as a his tremendous and lost to Palmer in a playoff Almost Made It "I bad 37 putts," Nicklaus er's cold spell had been laid to I
sense'the trends in the sport and needing only a par for a tie for
I to the next year, also had 69. So Jack Nicklaus defending said. "You can't win tourna- his decision to give up smoking, the lead.

vitality and goodness his eloquent as a man.best last night at the Lincoln' did Kel Nagle of Australia, who champion and favorite to be the ments with 37 putts." probably the most public habit- He hit his approach badly
at ,
Be was Those who have not been for- nosed out Palmer for the British first man ever to win twice in a Palmer, who won the Mastersin kicking since they put Prince finished 50 feet from the
High School sports banquet BOB GOALBY title row almost made it a sixwaytie 1958 1960 and the cup,
Gaither have missed one of the real ,Open in 1960. 1962, picked up Albert in can. and threeputted.Also .
hear speak
tunate treats in to athletics. One of Five The other two in the five-man when he rapped his second recruits for his gallery army- "I'm smoking less, in fact, at 70 were Don January,

When he arrived at Lincoln High School last night, Ter- 1 Gene Littler and Dave Marr.

rier coach Jesse Heard had a letter waiting for him. It I January had an eagle on the par

was written by a white high school coach from Wisconsin.The .JacksonvilleGets five 13th.

Badger State mentor bad attended a grid clinic at Ben Hogan, two-time winner

Purdue last week Gaither was on the saff| -and wanted who at 51 is still rated one of

more information on the Rattlers' split-line T offense. Gaith Boost- "" the best shot makers around

posted a 73 and was in positionto

I make a good showing. Gene

Sarazen, who won in 1935 also

. had a 73.

J.Oe: .Ha: 1 stei t : I Ray Washburn : had Sam been Snead rated, the a serious veteran threat who

?fie .a ; skied to a sad 79.
"'r n Sftll J.---rtiil'r.f. tQC i By MURRAY CHASS ished second, six games behind! I

-- [Associated Press Sports Writer Los Angeles. Some think a well *

Ray Washburn, whose right Washburn would've put the Cardinals -
arm-when sound-is thought to into the World Series. Davis Love 33-36-99

er has written a book on his offense and it's a best- be big enough to lift St. Louis' Until the 6-foot-2 200-pounder 1 Gary Player 35-34-69

seller. pennant chances, is on his way again can become a starter, Kel Nagle 36-33-
The Wisconsin coach knew that Gaither was due in down to the minors for at least Roger Craig, the erstwhile Met Arnold Palmer 35-M-69

Gainesville and sent the letter here rather than Tallahassee the first 2'% weeks of the sea. will join the other three in StLouis Bod Goalby 37-32-69

because he wanted an answer rapidly. regular rotation.In Dave Marr 34-36-70

Ohio State Clinic son.The Cardinals said Thursdaythey Gene Littler 35-35-70

were sending Washburn to x-Billy Joe Patton 36-34-70
, week the A&M coach to Columbus, Ohio, for a
Next goes Jacksonville of the International other developments, the Don January 373370Juan
Graves also is one
IJ clinic at Ohio State. UP coach Ray League where they hope he will Los Angeles Dodgers traded re- Rodriguez 35-36-U

I of the speakers there.In strengthen the arm that hasn't lief pitcher Larry Sherry, star Jim Ferrier 36-35-71
June A&M has a clinic. The speakers year Milt been sound since the early partof of the 1959 World Series to Detroit Dow Finsterwald 36-35 71
, such as Gomer Jones Oklahoma;
include names
last x-Cary Cowan 363571Bob
season. for minor league outfielder -
Wisconsin; Don Devine, Missouri; Jim Hickey North "We've been using some cau- Lou Johnson and $10,000.Mil.. FOOTBALL'S THE TOPIC AT LINCOLN SPORTS FETE Charles 35-36-71

V Carolina; Graves and many others. leader tion with him, St. Louis Manager waukee sent catcher Bob Uecker -! From left, Wayne Patrick, Andrew Williams, Jake Gaither and Frank Johnson Jack Nicklaus 36-35-71
r J From all this it can be seen that the A&M gridiron x-Denotes amateur.
Keane Sun
Johnny explained to St. Louis for catcher Jim ( Photo
of all in his chosen field.
. commands the respect Thursday night "As a result he Coker and outfielder Gary Kolb.

Gaither winning.minces Although no words he personally on the business would stand of the to valueof lose hasn't we wanted got quite him as to much get. We're workas I batter Exhibition the Cards play saw and Houston Gibson i Gaither Outlines Success I IBy

much U athletic integration comes to the South on a 100
per cent level he touched on the subject last night in leaving him in warm weather 7-1. Cincinnati beat the Chicago :
whereas we might run into bad White Sox 5-2 while Baltimore
this manner. weather elsewhere." clubbed Milwaukee and Warren
Gaither said, "My people have to have a spirit of excel Keane explained that the 25- Spahn 52.Camilo JOE HALBERSTEINSun you've really got something." Awards dominated the Ter- man runnerup. Clarence Mills

lence. The Negro must function, with maximum efficiency at year-old hurler must remain, Pascual hurled Min- Sports Editor The Rattlers' coach, authorof ier fete which honored foot- was top rebounder and Normal -

all times to eke out a bare* living in a society that often under baseball rules, with Jack- nesota to a 4-1 triumph over the Jake Gaither famed football a highly popular book on ball, baseball, track and basketball Anderson runnerup.

brands him as an inferior. "There is no praise for mediocrity sonville for at least 10 days New York Mets, the Chicago coach at Florida A&M football offense and just returned (boys and girls) Top Girl Cager

," he said. "As a Negro, you've got to be good. after its season starts. Wash- Cubs defeated Boston 9-4, San University, outlined his creed from a coaching clinicat teams. Ruth Williams was most valuable

Gaither's record over the years of 148 victories as against burn, therefore won't be availa- Francisco crushed Cleveland 9-3 for success in intercollegiate Purdue, said the 30-day Andrew Williams,. ,headed girl eager on the state

just 22 losses and four ties speaks for itself. ble to the Cards until May 2. behind the pitching of Juan athletics last night at the Lin- conditioning program at A&M for Louisville on a scholar- championship team and also

"Winning is everything" Gaither put it. "I can teach With his return, the Cards Marichal, Washington whippedthe coln High School grid ban serves a double purpose. ship was most valuable grid- won the scholarship award.

more character anytime in a winning season than when we hope their pennant chances will New York Yankees 7-3 and quet. ."Cut Themselves" der, best leader:, and best Lincoln Harris was top

get beat. soar. Kansas City got by Detroit 64. Gaither, whose Rattlers have sportsman. Willie Johnsonwas scholar among the boys.

Finest Player Tore Muscle topped the nation in scoring "Any man who will work most valuable lineman. A special appreciation

The Chicago Bears' star back, Willie Gallimore, ranks in Washburn,. tore a shoulder eight times in the past 10 out twice a day from 6-8 a.m. Alfred, Foreman, best defensive ."plaque was presented to T. B.

.J. Gaither's book as the finest player ever to perform at A&M. muscle after winning his first Heavy Slate years and whose teams have and 4-6 pjn. under the hot back; and Curtis: .Scott, .M dfnerson, veteran L i n-
out other but had fiv games in 1963. He Iost.three I won more ,Negro nationalgrid best defensive lineman. Sta- coln teacher and coach.WX'DukiJSREr. .
reluctant to single players
Gaither was Florida has ,
sun got something -
for the fleet Gallimore.His games before taking a trip to Listed crowns any other aceyjBelJiwps rookle Iinemanr was toastmaster -
nothing favorite praise in his long and storied career took place Tulsa of the Texas League TodayIn school, listed these points. that you need on your of the"year and WayneTBeHirookie and L"'Y. Davis introduced -

game in Jacksonville. The Rattlers were where he recorded a 7.80 earned Ability to evaluate men, football team. We never cut back. Gaither.: O. W. Nealy, Lin-
only two years ago right to expect best out of his anyone who sticks it out We Frank Johnson coln
was introduced
run :| principal,
mojj -
and 187. With nine average. special
playing rugged Texas Southern losing, SEC WarsBy "
The men at all times, support let players cut themselves. valuable eager withFtTre- guests.
behind the dazz- injury broke a solid :
minutes to go in the game, A&M exploded up from his administration and I

ling running of Bob Hayes and Bob Parramore, speedy half starting rotation of Washburn, THE ASSOCIATED PRESSA support from the student ., ,

backs.2818. They scored three touchdowns and wound up winning, I Curt Bob Gibson Simmons., Ernie The Broglio Cards and fin- today heavy for Southeastern schedule was Confer-listed body draw.and fans, win, lose or Russell Man of" Hour

On the subject of Hayes, the world's fastest human, Gaither ence baseball teams with only Three Things

said it was too bad that a conflict of meets preventedthe Bowling Georgia, Florida and Kentucky Gaither said he informs his
Jar native from running an exhibition at ,the recent Idle. gridders of three things he

Florida Relays here. expects from every Rattler As Celts Wrap It f/p
track Gaither ResultsCOMMERCIAL Mississippi, the western divi-
"Bob set the world record on an. asphalt player. "Get your lessons,
informed. "That boy doesn't know his own strength. "He'lldo ; sion leader with a 4-0 won-loss stay out of trouble and give -- ..

a nine flat one of these days." scars A w* L record,' invades Alabama whichis me everything you've got." BOSTON (AP-"Theres) my tiding with K. C. Jones in the Sam Jones scored 23 points

Gaither said A&M has at least 10 football players who can ego Hawthorn 64 a fj 2-4 in the SEC. Other games On the latter point the A&M man, said Celtics Coach Red fourth minute of the game. and Heinsohn 19 for Boston,

run the 100-yard dash anywhere from :9.1 (Hayes) to :9.7 Duke Lumber 4 59V 2 SO 5244 find Auburn at Georgia Tech, coach said, "I'm a jealous Auerbach, rolling a big cigar McMahon said, "I hope so," Cincinatti's. Oscar Robertson got

or :9.8. A&M has a 440-yard relay team this year that McCox-Mitchell Building Shoes SuPPly Is $7 Vanderbilt at Tennessee Missis- coach. I tell my men, don't around his mouth in obvious when asked if he thought he 24, only nine of them in the first
could threaten the world mark of :40.0 if the baton exchanges Tropical Wise1 Drug Store 54 55 53 57 sippi State at Louisiana State, hold anything back. I wantit glee. "Bill Russell. You can would be returned as Royals half when Boston spurted out to
be smoothed out. Pontiac 51 6J :and Tulane meets Spring Hill, have all those other "
could Walt' Esso 49 43 all. Give me everything guys. coach next year. a 33-19 first-quarter edge.
Returning to Hayes, Gaither told the tale of how the A&M Boxwell,, Electric RESULTS 41* "" Ala. you've got" "The big factor was when

coach has to his best in the No. 3 Bank of I Only two SEC teams Russell laced his .
track run sprinter spot. Hawthorne 4 Waifs Esso 0; Georgia Gaither said he likes his on shoes,
"Bob can't stand for anyone to run in front of him," he Supply Duke Lumber 1; wise's Co.Drug 3. McCoy Store X Building. Buo- and Georgia Tech saw action football players to be mobile said Coach Jack McMahon of Buchholz Tracksters Win

explained. "If be takes the baton last and is trailing, he'll 'Shoes weiser 11'1; Tropic Boxwell Pontlac Electric 3.3. Schlitz Mitchell'). i Thursday and both lost to non- agile and big. "Don't the losers. I I I

run so hard he's liable to injure himself. So we let him TWILIGHT conference f063.Morehead ever give up on a big man Both comments summed up 3rd
run third, open up a big lead and let the last man try fwccoys n W 47 L I State trimmed too soon," he said. "Becauseif the feeling Thursday night after Straight City Meet

to hold It"Gaither Miller's Llnkfield's 55 41 4 53, I Georgia_ ._ Tech 7-1, at Atlanta, they come around, then Boston had won its eighth II -
said this occurred last summer in Germany when Manaro's 52 56 while Clemson defeated Georgia I straight Eastern Division playoff Buchholz Junior High School son (PKY); J. Strahorn (HB). 5:M.3
Martin's (record)
Hayes ran with a United States team in track exhibi- Forehand's 47 51 61 57 11-9 at Athens. I title by beating Cincinnati posted 72 V4 points yesterday at 4(0-yard dash 1, DeeM (W); 2.

tions. In the 100-yard dash, Hayes beat German champion McCoy's 3. Manaro's RESULTS 1;' Martin's X Weyman Smith pitched a four- GHS Swim 109-95. the University of Florida trackto Mulllncx Pierson ((W HB);); 3,5,Beck D. (PKY); 4..
Armin Hary the 1960 Olympic king in the event by a yard- Miller's I; Llnkfield's 2. Forehand's 2. hitter in leading the Kentucky The Celtics mopped up the win its third straight city 1:00.6Low Wftson (B)

and-a-half. INDUSTRIAL team's victory over Tech. Smith Teams best-of-seven National Basketball hurdles 1. Davis (B); 2,
OpenTomorrov :[Layfleld (PKY ,
); J ,
meet. SMffn0 (W) .4
In the 440-relay Hayes ran anchor. When he got the baton McKlrmey-Green Insurance 35 W 1 fanned 10 batters in his first decision Association series in five Bender (B); 5. Damper (B). sH.7

Hary was five yards in front ,Hayes caught the Ger- G'vllle- Shopping Center 32 20 of the campaign. games and now await the out. Westwood was second with I.(record MO -)'yard .
man sprinter and beat him by a yard and a half. That's IrdseySun Mills 29 30 22 23 Ronnie Moore sponsored an come of the Western Divi- 46% points Howard :'2. Holmes (W run); J-, 1 Land Bohannen(B);(B A);
Bishop 'Treston
almost unbelievable in such a short distance. Servlcemaster 29 23 uphill victory for Clemson with sion final between St Louis and 3:172 (PKY); 5, Jennings (HB).
Pepper Printing Co. 21 24
third with 42 and P. K. 1
Saddened To Hear Piggle Park Restaurant 21 14Allstate a three-run homer in the ninth Gainesville High School's boys the Warriors, which continues at Yonge aaa yard relay 1, Howard Bishop;
Insurance 23 29 and girls swimming teams San Francisco fourth with 31. 2. Buchholz; 3. WestMtod. t:42.S
B&G Motors 21 31 inning. Moore's hit iced a hectic Friday night 200 yard dash 1.
Joseph (HB
Gaither was saddened to hear last night that a Midwest news- Florida Pest Control 20 32Paul's offensive battle which the! will open their seasons tomor- The teams are tied 2-2.. Truptio (PKY); X Soxnwi (B);); 4 2.,
Auto 19 33 saw
has announced the of Illinois has Salvage Another meet is set at 4 p.m.a Stereo (PKY; 5. McLean (HB) J2J
paper University signed an Wonderhousa Restaurant W 34 row in an invitational meet at 35 ReboundsFor .
bunch MMe
Tigers 7 of their 11 runs' I relay I Buchholz; 2, Weft-
athlete named Cyril Pinder of Dania Attacks High School to RESULTS Daytona week from today at the UF wood X Howard
Fla- Pest 4. Wonderhouse t; Mc.ney.Green ,- into the last two innings. Beach. his 47 minutes, Russell Bishop 3;MJ.
a scholarship, an academic one at that master X 3.Paul's G'vllle Auto Shop.1; B&G 1; Service-Motors The GHS swimmers will take grabbed ;S rebounds, scored 20 track. Shot(PKY put )-; 1.3. Manseio StudsIM ((B HB););X 4 landsman (tie)

Gaither said, "He was one I really wanted. But I can't 3. Plggte Park 1; Birdsey 3. G'vibe part in the Buccaneer Open. points, had seven assists, six Mansolo of Buchholz was a 11 Bohannon Inches. (B} and SMies (W). 4. feet
Sun 1 Allstate 3. Pepper Printing 1-
compete with the other schools. They fly him up there' ; Raiford Trips Other schools entered include .blocked shots, two interceptions, double winner for the Bucs Discus throw 1. Mansolo (B), 2,
Boyd (W) 3. Bohannon B
wine and dine him. SPERRY SECOND SHIFT ; ( ); 4. SWI.
..w LHydropins Bishop Moore and Evans of one steal and countless unnerv- with victories in the shot put hog (W); S, Jennings (HB). 97 feet Vi
His philosophy, however, carried him over the loss of a 49 31 Store Orlando, Cocoa, JacksonvilleLee ing leaps which forced [fetches
Scrapers <&* 37V4 Variety Royals and discus throws. High Jump 1, Lackey (B); 2.
star prospect As he told his audience, "You can't win them Plnhackers 41M solo ,and Daytona Beach Mainland shooters to aim off course. Hansen (HB; 3. TruWo. (PKY); 4.
all. You have to be prepared for the times of and Splitters *> 40 100 yard dash 1, Boyd (WV 2. Taylor (PKY; S. Soxman (8). S feet 2Vi
tragedy the host school "Boston is
Stompers :Jt* 40V4 RAIFORD The Variety simply great, Trulillo (PKY); 3. Gassett (W); Joseph Inches
heartbreak. But the fundamentals of football are much like Rejects 38 42 Store baseball team of Gainesville GHS also will swim with said McMahon. "They forced us (HB); McLean (HB). :11J Broad lump 1, Hanssen (HB); 2.
Nighthawks MV4 431\
Glum (W); 3. Norris (B); 4 Williams -
the fundamentals of life. You keep hammering away at fun- Shortorders 33 47 dropped an 114 game to Leesburg and Mainland in a into errors and always moved Mile run 1. Dampier (B); 2. Me- (HB); S. Lay ekt (PKY 11
damentals fundamentals fundamentals Gee (B); X Hawley (B); 4, Within- feet 7 inches
and you'll wino"IT Florida National Bank the Raiford prison team here triangular meet at Mainland on the ball to the open man. I ---- '- -

Wlthdrawls 5.4I W. L last night April 15. Another meet is the "But that Russell" he added,.
Deposits T3'* 4M Mainland Invitational on April pointing emphatically at the i

ISN'T GOSSIPYOU Forgers Bad Pennies 7Vi* Cashiers 59 57 set a new strikeout record as The GHS swimmers have "JAmerica's
Silver Dollars S* 51 leading rebounder, Wayne Em-
"I Returns 5 61 he fanned 20 Variety Store been working out in the How bry, got 10. And he got 35." /i
Lucky Pennies 55
CAN GET A Dividends 50K 6SYa batters. He also got four hits ard :Johnson pooL Buddy Croneis "This. has been a fantastic

I Debits Bowling Bins ,48 42 74RESULTS ** in live trips.Henderson. coaching the 'Cane swim year," Auerbach said. "This
PAYDAYLOAN teams. has been worth
was the losing season every-
Bad Penrles 4 Dividends 0; Forgers pitcher for the Gainesville thing and more. You can't losea
I 4. Returns I; Bowling Bills 4. Deposits Voncile Ketch .
0; Withdraw 3. Silver Dollars 1; team. Rolfe got three hits for guy like Bob Cousy and not
Lucky Pennies 3. Millionaires 1; Cash be hurt Then we lost our first OLDHICKOR
Variety Store..
lien 2. Debits 2. Wins Tourney I draft choice. Bill Green. Yes" I aLDHJCIDT

from KEYSTONE H EI G THs this was my best series ever.

UNITARIANUNIVERSALIST'FELLOWSHIP Voncile Ketch posted a 47 to "Shut Them Up",

S25 to $600 win a special tourney for players "This ought to shut them up

in the 18 hole group at the for awhile too. I was sick of :

1204 N.W. 10th AVENUE I I,Keystone Country dub yester- hearing about the fact Cincinnati .

And It's, Confidential --day. Pansy Hawes, was runs beat us seven out of 12 dur-
Most Bourbon
Guest Speaker From Atlanta s jnerap with 50%. ing the regular season. The Magnificent.. ,
from MR. AL HOBARTUnitarian ii For the 9 Dole players, Louise times they beat us we were 10 ;:=-:"- .y j
Gallop's 30 was low., Lil Lee games out in front and Tommy r 10 years light ( ,
Marion Finance Co. Minister. Associate Executive Secretaryof ,and Mittie Haynes tied for Heinsohn missed three games."I' "

Florida District I second with 54s. In the rugged final game, Jer- :::: : : ,1Qar jniellowLM

--and- I Play is continuing in the ry Lucas of the Royals got a ., ::. '
Home Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks >-- 1:1I :
> :
Dedication of Young Children |women's club championship lump on the back of his bead '
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.12 Gainesville Sun Friday,. April 10; 1964 +. --.

'.. if Test Drive, The AMBLER .:Of..YOURCNOICII : I
AL It? .

; J771M.2'AyII \ K'N&"tBfA/) What .Can Do About. II \ IDGWAy MOTOR. (JREI II

KANSAS CITY (AP) Right! least 325 feet, but the ru1edoesn't Kansas City..The 296-foot mark The next move apparently, is II '1132 S. Main i St. :. FR.2-8433 Iz Iz I-

-- field in Kansas City's ball park say so. I is a scant two feet from the foul I up to Cronin. *" I I

to H'7N MUCH A Goa.f" 'aJLV will soon be a green and yellow A new foul pole has been' lines, but.in fair territory. Thenit
KM HIS KftffS#ANOIWSRPHA6E near-replica of New York's Yan erected at the 325-foot mark in angles back, conforming to
,'. > OPW4 6W1N6 tHAT Mil. kee Stadium. The next questionis Yankee Stadium, which was
IWtD: tut CA1
PRUJlUNU: _-- what, if anything, can the AAU Names I built in 1923.
VttJ MUtf mP l&tt* = American League do about it.A's .
garr SQM5'Ma1'1O'MAT exmtr = I Finley wrote Cronin last
vfpgNys> UPON YOU. owner Charles O. Finley
month that the Yan-
i MowaveRTHSRCARE.RULES calls the V-shaped wooden right
11 PlayersFor i kees build a screen to eliminate
.f orbIMKA1IOU.Y000AN1 UAVS ----- field fence a "pennant porch" iI
tcNJfS!0 6A&6/THAT IMS/BOP cheap homers and asking for a
..\ AROUNP AS YOU*MWfii tUS WfK because he contends the Yankee I -
MUCH IN 1JiJ s league meeting on the subject. -_ :=
1 SHOULD STAY FKnT/ _- pennant dynasty was built with TravelNEW -- .i
... -
LACE TRLUGHCU1. = I No action was taken and last
$nre if 6*ARE TAPOO ALSO.IWt = r easy home runs in their stadium week Finley announced his
". WU.T6NP 10 MAKE YOU) r .
,. TCNCE,ICCK: tut BOO*AND r&tncrTHB = i "We can't get the Yankees to YORK (AP) Tom "pennant porch." He said the'Yankee -
: 1UeW,1HU ROB TUB SWING Dose, Stanford's basketballstar "playing field advantage -
P. 1 -- conform to honest distances, so
OP TONE AKP mnpny. '
didn't make the recent is one of the greatest in I -
.. I'll conform to Yankee distances s1
trials but he will justices in the history of Amer-
Finley said. Olympic get a
..ti.... Z' : i The-A's fence-at the point'of trip abroad, anyway.. ican sports."
..II. :; the V-is 296 feet from the plate, Dose was qne of 11 players s = -
; the same distance ad the foul named by the Amateur Athletic --

11 o.... pole in Yankee,Stadium. It's 44 Union Thursday Jo play two SAVE BY 20th
w oil -- inches high, same height as the games In Poland and eight in
.II.II wall in the House That Ruth Russia. The tour opens in War- OF MONTH

". Built Temporary stands are being saw next Friday and ends in EARN HIGH RATE
'It X RO.THAT A GREAt PORTION C* set behind the fence.
up Tiblisi Russia, May 34. In be-
+I ,T WANT TH5M ID 86 PRM, On Hand twen games will be played at -- wja .
.J .PUT FUMBtS-ANP IN A JOWTWN Cal Hubbard, supervisor of Lodz, Poland; Moscow; Leningrad OF MONTHii ) -_
10 PffUVEK* MAXIMUM IHRUSTJNftPOWBft American League umpires, was and Kiev.

.'.. GST A ccMroerAn. csiRss OPPgNPONtt on hand to watch constructionat The other 10 players named !
IOln. WHICH ENA9US I the request of league Presi- by Donald F. Hull executive : --
dent Joe Cronin. Hubbard de-
director of the AAU were Jim;I
S;, I dined comment, except to offera i (Bad News) Barnes of Texas
; rule book.
Western, Bobby, Edmonds. of I II
: _______Al.--_ The rule, which applies to Tennessee State, Ray Bob
.J' parks built since 1958, specifies: I Carey of Missouri, Jerry Shipp
". A minimum distance of and Charlie Bowerman of the
325 feet from home base to the
Phillip Oilers, Pete McCaffrey,
N Jones Officially nearest fence, stand or other
Larry Brown, Dick Davies and _
obstruction the left
on or
Lloyd Sharrar of the Akron, _
field foul lines. .
Ohio, Goodyears, AAU champions !-
Finley's fence apparently Is
Coach and Tom Bowman of the
within the rule because of the
r u key phrase "on the foul lines." Brownstown, Ind., Marion Kay

Put a period after "fence" and club. = --
BARTLESVILLE, Okla. (AP) hired Jan. 19 to replace former it would be a rule violation. John McLendon of Kentucky -
: -The University of Oklahoma's Coach Bud Wilkinson, who en- Doubtless, the spirit of the rule.State .is coach for the Poland- -
Board of Regents, persevering tered politics. But what really is to insure home runs hit at 1 Russia tour.
... to the end, hung in there Thurs- happened on Jan. 19 is the re- euaAU rDIVIDWD
'* day and named GOmer Jonesas gents said they were going to I

head football coach and athletic hire Corner. Russia No
I> director. Back on Feb. 13 the regentsmet Says s= --
and were about to make it
-,4E Some folks were mildly surprised =- -
: at Thursday's action official but a technicality arose.It .
:= i
*since it was widely reported seems they hired Corner before To U.S. ProsWASHINGTON t
.:they did it a month ago. As it Wilkinson's resignation was .-
:_ turned out, some of the regents effective. A committee was appointed -----

:!thought they did it a month ago to find out when Wilkinson (APRussiahas down Thursday Washingtonsources 11

I too-but they didn't. quit. turned down a proposedvisit said Moscow claimedthe / 111 T-t F ; T
.* Apparently, it's not as easy to A month later they met again.
? by some of America's best Russian athletes would be --
*''hire a football coach as the lay-. After the meeting, several regents -
professional basketball playerseven violating their amateur statusif '

:J:!,man Some might people think.think Corner was contract told at reporters$23,400 a a year four-year had though the welcome mat they played the National Basketball GUARANTYFederal
is out for them in satellite Association
Jo been approved for Jones. coun squad. enjoy true old Mstyle
But when it came time to ad- tries. U.S. officials discount this,
j 'Canes Take just pay checks it was discovered The suspicion here is that I noting that other countries on i

that Jones' <'Ontracthadn't Moscow regards Bob Pettit Bill I the NBA team's itinerary do

I To Road For been approved. The_regents -Russell and Co. as too good and'not feel their amateurs will be Savings and Loop Kentucky Bourbonalways
talked about it some butit as a source of potential embar sullied by competing against

i Two Clashes wasn't acted upon. rassment. American professionals. .
So they had another try at it Moscow did invite the United The whole thing came as' a smoother because it's slow-distilled
Thursday. Jones' salary of x23,- States to send along amateurs, surprise to Red Auerbach, Boston .220. H. Meiin '1St. .
"jj OCALA Gainesville High 400 however to the KITPCKY SmiCHT 10auOltlllll. 85 HOOT EARLY TIKES OlSTllltSY. CO>IPANT.lOUISMU.IUTDMT O tree m*
for lending 4
was approved one-year i Celtics' coach who is sched- ,Gainesyille.. ', I
R School takes to the road tor; a and the regents 'expressed the belief that Russia would be gladto uled to coach the touring pros. .
*pair of weekend baseball contests i intention'of renewing through pit its state-subsidized stars! -
: Ocala at 7:30 tonight "I didn't know wejwere, supposed
; '
a four-year period. Salaries also against less than America's '
Field and to go to, Russia lathe.
: at Gerig playing ',
wereiapnrpve4 : eight best. "
J Jacksonville Jacksorr tomorrow assistants. first place,. Auerbach said in

.*.at 2 p.m. in the Gateway City. Was WeighedThe Boston..

JJ GHS moves against the Wildcats As things now: stand, the :NBA
-*. with a 3--6 record and fresh ICirby, Perry, offer for a tour of American tars will travel next month to s

;from a sparkling 3-0 win over professionals was weighedfor Communist Poland-which initiated -
state Class A defending champion Henson Win three months before it was I the invitation-to Romaniaand
In reporting the turnRuss -
1 Palatka. V
then to Yugoslavia and the

The 'Canes lost an earlier Midget Awards t Ij I United Arab Republic. :x -

I meeting to the 'Cats, 3-1, as j The American amateurs are -

Allen Glisson fanned 14 batters. Mike Kirby, Steve Peny and Women heading for Poland next week

Gerard King, a strong -I armed Harvey Henson won awards for and will go on to Russia to play :
right-hander, will pitch for best appearing midget cars in I an eight.game.schedu1e..
the 'Cats tonight. John Combs the annual Boys' Club event. z8E

probably will work for GHS. Kirby topped 7-8 -year-olds, Rap Topeka HELPYOUR :14.. !

Other GHS starters will in. Perry, 9-10; and Henson, 11-and
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) RusSian 4.
clude Ricky Guenther catcher; over class.In .;, r
,national women's basketball
Ed Pavelka, first base; Brian the races the cars built by team outclassed the Topeka
i Hipp, 'second base; Pete Roberts 4
Kirby Perry and Henson '
Boosters 78-49 in exhibition
: shortstop: Steve Leggett, also won. R u n n erup laurels night.an I SUNCARRIER :

: third base; Jack Eckdahl, Jim went to Britt Mims, Hugh Gun- game The Thursday Russian women'will play I i'i: V'
Culpepper and Lee Summerlin, ter and VV
: Terry Andrews.
i outfielders. the U.S. team at Gallup, N..M"I' V
I Saturday and then a ,
: Ocala is 2-3 for the year with Avis Leilich with Topeka at Gallup Sunday.I Every Sun carrier
recent losses to Palatka and It was the second victory in salesman is "in busi
Beach Mainland. I for himself." He
Daytona as for the ness
many appearances
Wayne Rick probably will Has 508 SetA Soviet team. Monday night' the! buys his papers at

hurl tomorrow against Jackson.He .I Russians defeated Wayland College !. wholesale and sells
vis Leilich led the Chester's The
them at retail.
78-36 at Joplin, Mo.
shut out the in
Tigers a recent a
Garage Coffee League at Palm. I difference is his profit.
game on two hits. Lanes yesterday with a 508 ser: tz

ies and a 212 high game. Nor- Starr SignsGREEN His full weekly profit -

Hunter Trials ma Weseman had 481 and Liz depends upon the
Elleman 478.Frames BAY, Wis. (AP) of
prompt payment every
rolled an 1838 series The Green Bay Packers signed: customer he serves. Next

Set April 25 I and a 640 best game. Mary Kelly quarterback Bart Starr today time your Sun carrier
made the 5-6-10 split and for his ninth National Football calls. him prompt.Iv. .
Mrs. Leilich League season. .pay For the 3rd time in three years Fred Lorenzen takes the grueling Atlanta "500"at the wheel of his Ford.
OCALA The Golden Hills converted the 5-7- He'll appreciate it.
le.I .
Hunter Trials will be run off i '
at Castro Farms, Route 27,I CHIMNEY Othiizui1kt

near here starting at noon Sat I: Miss McElwaiu CORNERS by 6assenWALKER. FORD TOTAL PERFORMANCE WINS :=i.r:

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The Ocala Hunt Club is spon Leads on 285 u MW ttk Ave. Pbww PR J44MTurnitur : "

Kennel sor with Fund proceeds of the going group.to the NancY McElwain paced the To *Live__mars.__With"_ A" Joy_ ..I I ATLANTA 500" FOR 3" YEAR IN A ROWf:!

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There will be six classes, Bantam loop with 115-170-285 I --
: Pairs of Hunters,Working Hunters CHAIN LINK '
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Hunt Teams, Open WorkIng latest win gives Ford enters
: Hunters, Open Pairs of high game. ally every kind of automotive event tion, the cars at your 0pen5i...

1 Hunters and the championship. Bing Nobles had 280, Harold! HURRICANE I 11 out of last 12 possible-from stock car races to econare stronger better ban .
Dawkins 279; Steve Carson, omynmatromra>ueatoendurancEtzsta. thriftier in the long run. They're,built:

: Entry fee is $3. Mrs. Cyril 253; and Susan Sisler, 225. Blue 4 I II I NASCAR 500 milers! This is the dramatic way to show for,total performance. ,.. .:-T
Best is secretary of the event Devils had a 1140 series and a FENCEProtect I I that Fords have changed and the .
Entries should be sent to her, 601 high game. : sure way to be certain they keep onTRY TOTAL PERFORMANCES:
care of Ocala Stud Farm or by ATLANTA. April 5: In a blazing changing. ,-
calling 62-92909. And exhibition of Ictol performance ace FOR A CHANGE
Beautify Ford enters special cars In open .
i driver Fred Lorenzen piloted his '
spe- competition, in addition to its
s f Your Home cially modified '64 Ford to a stunning
sive laboratory and test track
NOW I victory in the Atlanta 500" before a because competition provides FORD.

'Carl Yastrxemski of the Bos ,I? cheering crowd of 75,000 spectators.This tensity of testing that no .
: ton Red Sox batted .424 gains : victory marks the 11th time ground alone can provide.
(, Detroit Tiger Ditching.... in 1963. Paid AdvcrtisiNfTA&KAi I that Ford has captured a NASCAR The lessons Ford has learned in Falcon.Fairlane.Ford.ThundcrbirdWINNER. -..
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MIKE RATHET nod from 165 of the voters. He'votes. Just Call Us At 376-2511
, Associated Press Sports WriterA also finished fourth in the National -
Ford's young teammate, Jim N -J_ ..._ .. or Stop In Our Office
left-hander who has MVP .I
; won League's balloting Bouton, was next with 30 votes. 4 At 718 N. Main St.
: only 93 games in nine years behind Mays, Hank Aaron of ----
and who has :I :t
a right-hander a Milwaukee and the Dodgers' --- -- --
losing career record for 10 sea- Tommy Davis. Ii
sons have been tapped as the Koufax' closest competitor':

winningest pitchers in the major or. winningest pitcher designu-!4 This Car Is HOT
y leagues this year. ion in the NL was teammate!
'15 "N 9 The pitchers .with the decep- Don Drysdale, the right-handed''!, .

tive records are Sandy Koufax, half of the Dodgers' 1-2 pitching; .

the Los Angeles Dodgers' punch. Drysdale, 19-17 last season -! in SALES and PERFORMANCE
strikeout artist who had a 254 drew 41 votes to 36 for San'!
record last season, and Camilo' Francisco's Juan Marichal, who!

Pascual, Minnesota's curve ball had a 25-8 mark in 1963. I'' ..
Y+1aav 3'.9 l1f specialist who posted a 21-9] Pascual who became a 20- ':' '
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GuS Girls Swim Team record. I game winner last season for the I 3 v: Za mnH. ,, .,
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Koufax and Pascual joined second consecutive year despite
I ::Gainesville High School's swimmers open their season tomorrow in 'a meet Mickey Mantle of the New York almost a full month of inactivity .
I -nf Daytona Beach. Front row, from left, are Peggy Perkins, Cynthia Dekle, Yankees and Willie Mays of rolled up 115 votes in the AL
:Mary Helen Cox captain; Karen Gill, co-captain; Susan Penk and Cacky Cox. San Francisco-voted Most Val- balloting. Whitey Ford of the
I Back row, from left, Judy Rountree, Becky Deese, Sandy Kaufman, Ruth Perkins uable Player honors-as the top New York Yankees, 24-7 last'
Diane Scott, Rita Kirby and Diane Gardiner. (Sun photo). four vote-getters in The Associ- season, was second with 35Battles :"i
ated Press' annual pre-season _

Pastrano: Defends Crown baseball Earlier poll., the 294 sports writers PKY _

(land broadcasters balloting
: the poll picked the Los Angeles ___

Ld' In New Orleans Tonight I Dodgers to repeat as National Green Cove
: ; League champions and the New
make it five
;York Yankees

_;NEW ORLEANS (AP-Light. over Harold Johnson in Las a world professional boxing ti-straight American League pen- In BaseballGREEN
heavyweight champion Willie Vegas.It le. nants. a
Pastrano defends his crown will also be the largest The championship fight, in Great Year COVE SPRINGS -,
'against Argentine challenger purse in the 12%year pro career -the city's Municipal Auditorium, The Dodgers' selection was no P. K.. Yonge's undefeated base-,;
Gregorio.Peralta tonight in a 15- of Pastrano, who now will be nationally telecast by doubt based heavily on the re- ball team was to seek its eighth:(
round scrap just a stone's throw fights out of Miami Beach, Fla.I ABC starting at 10 p.m., EST. spect for Koufax, who last year straight win today in a clash;j
3rom Pastrano's native French Peralta, virtually unknown Even Money j blossomed into a 20-game win- with Green Cove Springs at 4 i; AFTER
:Quarter until he conquered Pastrano last I Pastrano was rated only even ner for the first time pitched 11 p.m.PKY | $ IQOA
" For Pastrano, !it will be the Sept. 20 in a 10-round non-title 1 money by the oddsmakers, even shutouts, struck out 306 batters i coach Wilbur Hoskins al: 599
:first defense of the title he ,won bout, hopes to become the first though this is his native city. and compiled an eye-Opening so announced the Blue Wave!: .
.last June in a close decision South.American big man to win Ii Peralta will be going the 15- 1.88 earned run average. would play Williston at 3:30 I,;
round distance for the first time Koufax easily took vote- p.m. tomorrow at P. K. Yonge 1 DOWN
-' in his career. The 6-foot, wide- gathering honors, getting the field in Gainesville. This is a i

GHS5 Starke: : To Compete shouldered Argentine will also makeup game of one rained i
"I be fighting at a weight175hehasn't Seeks out at Williston a week ago yes 'til MAY 15
made in more than a : terday. :
III Jax Track Meets year. -
TodaYI Either Robert Stearns or Mac i
The Latin challenger, third- Sixth VictoryMACCLENNY Johnson is expected to start on 1
JACKSONVILLE Gainesville als getting underway at 6:30: ranked contender, weighed the mound for PKY today.'
High School and Starke 18344 pounds to Pastrano's 179 Starke was Stearns is 4-0 with an earnedrun Plymouth sales are soaring because people

will.compete in two different p.m.Merrill Moore, the state's in their first fight. to seek its sixth baseball win of average of 0.00. He has like to ride with a winner. And when you lookat
track, meets here'today. best miler and hurdler Marcus Peralta's handlers have been the season In eight starts todayin fanned 37 and walked 17 in 26 Plymouth's win record on tracks around
GHS will take part in the Jones will lead the GHS bid keeping his weight a dark secret a game with the Baker Co. innings. Johnson is 1-0.() '
j the country, know why h* the hot car of the
Forrest Relays along with Jack- for victory. The 'Canes also are during the week: he has Wildcats at 4 p.m. Tom Hansen, first baseman,' .
sonville Lee, Jackson, Paxon, hopeful of points in the pole been in training in New Orleans.But The-visiting Tornadoes have tops the h i 11. e rs with a .522 1964 model year! Come in for a test drive today!
Ribault and the host school. vault with Boyd Welsch. Charley Johnson, his American been beaten only by St. Augus- mark. Catcher Rusty Marcusis
Starke-is entered in the Jack- Starke's Tom Gardner will bid manager. Said Peralta tine (twice) in a pair of one- hitting .463 and outfielder & YOU CAN GET A HOT
sonville Beach Fletcher Relays for wins in his ,specialties, the would make the 175-pound limit run setbacks this year. Tommy S t a baker .412. Short
along with duPont, Terry Parker shot put and discus throws as by today's noon weigh-in. Mark Hamilton will get the stop George Solley has a .333
Landon Englewood, Bishop -well as the 100-yard dash. Both fighters are 28. The mound call for Starke with Emmett average. I' PLYMOUTH DEAL HERE:

Kenny, Bolles, Daytona Other standouts who will champion has a 61-12-8 record Akridge in reserve. I Other starters likely will be I
Beach Seabreeze and the host include Warner Hull of For- including 12 ,knockouts while Other starters likely will be Ricky Waglow, second base;I i -O CHRYSLER ". '
schooL rest in the 440-yard run, Bryan Peralta, undefeated in his last, Dwight Elder, catcher; Mike Danny Dennison, third base; MOWS COOAADMHAWESPOWERS
Preliminaries will start in Overcash, Englewood, who 29 bouts, shows a 39-3-4 mark, Frick, first base; Gary Bennet,. and John Wiegman and Cy Lott,
second base Don Falcon, shortstop
both events at 2 p.m. with fin- has run a 1:59.7 in the 880; including 18 kayoes. ; third outfielders. \

Mike Burton, Landon broad South America has produced I, base;, Gary Wayne Cole McLeod, Greg, Reddish i MOTOR CO.

ONLY The BEST jumper; Carl Richards, Bolles: only two world champions, both and Mike Waters, outfielders
TRANEy dash man (:9.9 in the 100)). I in the lighter divisions. Pascual '
Perez of Argentina held the 112- : -
Moore's time of 418.0 in the
Mickey WrightBack '
ALL AMERICAN pound flyweight title from 1954-
mile anc Jones' :14.6 in the
1960 and Brazil's Eder Jofre is 204 N. Main St. SALES and SERVICE
Mtattnf & Air Conditioning C* highs and :19.7 in the lows in ActionBATON I I FR 2-2561
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The nation's top women -1
'. 1 SPORTSMAN'SDIGEST teed up for the first round in

$7,500 Capital City Open today I
with Mickey Wright trying a; start your.
!-4rP comeback after a five-month I

Miss Wright, leading money f
USE WORMS winner in 1963, was sidelined'
with a severe ankle sprain last ; \
November. This is her first of-'

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: r ., ._ __. ...._ Friday, April ID, 1954Gainelym.. SimBUSINESS ISI

I .J. MARKET 1 I .Scandal l l.::;: Cape Site OK'd Candidates

I': REPORTReaders' .. -.z;... Spreadj tttaek And
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REVIEW .,- .q". -., 'I In Jax' -F-: For GENES Y9:: ,

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JACKSONVILLE TAMPA AP The State rent year-wnibe deter
)- r. ( ) I $17,500 a
ges of bribery to protect illegal Board of Control gave tentative mined later. ,

City Building numbers rackets spread outside approval today to leasing a site] rr4 ; John Mathews Jr. of Jackson
I The board bogged'-down-lira 'vllle, continuing his attacks 01
It ItI police department today at Cape Kennedy for the main
of rivals concentrated his fire to
discussion the ,
Request with the arrest of Justice of the building in its graduate study proposedGENES'S V V
For March contract. day onHaydon Burns of Jacksonville
Peace ,Jf; W. (Joby) Jones. program for missile scientists.
! and Fred O. Dickinsoiof

GoV. Farris Bryant promptly. The U.S. government offered James L/King Miami, newest West Palm Beach.

(The following market quotation Shows Gain suspended Jones from office. board member said, "Whenwe Attacking Dickinson's legisla
the state a lease 20
ire requested pecHiclty by readers 50-year on
of the Sun financial page. The quota- STOCK LISTINGS I are dealing with state funds, tive record, Mathews told voten
the main
I to
acres near entrance
tkma are furnished by Pierce WUI- Seven city policemen, including I: do not believe we can spend
in central Florida that "if thii
btrn. AAurphey Investment Service : the John Missile
with last F.
III Compared year's Kennedy
Capt. H. F. Branch and his for
here.) $650,000 a building, no mat is the leadership you were toll!
March building report, building nephew, James P. Branch, have; Center. ter how much it is needed, if
NEW YORK Smith Kin 19% about by this candidate, ma)
,VV VV V 1.20a 66% Tech Measur --- in Gainesville is up nearly. been arrested and with
charged I the landlord-in this the
STOCK EXCHANGE Sou Cal Ed -_ 1.05 31% TWA Wts _. 24% $375,000. The state plans a $650,000 case Florida be spared from it as I
taking unlawful compensation tc I of the Air Force
secretary at
St Oil Ind .- 2.00b 66% Valspar __ 9 The latest building report from building there as headquartersof hope Florida can be spared
Lab _. _2.40 % permit gambling. his discretion can take over the
Abbott 117 Sterl Drug .65 28% Finance Officer Clarence O' the Graduate Engineering from the pledge of Mayor Burn

Allied Cem ___ 1.80 57 Texas Util 1.20 57 MUTUAL FUNDS"INVESTMENT N ill shows 120 permits were: Jones was arrested by sher.. Education System (GENESYS) facility in the interest of national to give the state the sort 01!

Amerada Pt 2.00 78% Textron .. V____ 1.40 42% issued last month worth $1,179- iff's officers. He posted $1,500bond. I program. Other centers in the defense"without repayment to leadership he has given Jack.
Am Elc Pow.__ 1.16b 42 CO. the state. sonville."
- Tidewater V 37% 52... closed circuit television and tel-

Amer Enka -_ ,1.4Oa 70 Trans W A V VV 43 Affiliated Fund _ 8.72 A year ago 102 permits were A direct information filed by eph ne network will be at Day- Col Joseph L. Campbell base Burns, meanwhile, promisedstate

r Amer Home .<1.44a 66% Union Pac VV 1.60a 41% Capital Life &Gr.V 10.09 issued in March for $804,733 County Solicitor Edward M. tona Beach, Orlando, Gaines- engineer at the missile center, workers in Tallahasseethat

Amer M Fdy _. .90 18% Und Air L V V 1.50b 61% Divers Growth ._ 9.92 worth of building. Booth alleged that between Aug. ville and Melbourne.The said, "We are extremely inter- they would be paid oftener

Armco Stl -_ 3.00 73% Upjohn 1.00 52% Dividend Shares 3.71 Major projects last month 3, 1963, and Feb. 20, 1964, Jones ested in having available an educational -than once a month if he were

Atch Topka 1.20a 28 War Lamb .70 28% Dreyfus 20.62 were permits issued for the accepted $300 a month from lease was approved sub- facility which will pro- elected governor. He said that
f Bauch Lomb 1.20 35% V ject to review the state attor. for
Worthintn _. 1.50 41% Howard by there was no excuse now
Fidelity Capit. V 11.65 power plant expansion, $550-V Strickland, "a1 person vide continual education.We .
Baxter Lab _._ ,.36 24% general, with the since the
Xerox .- 89V4 Fidelity Fund 17.77 000; a three-unit apartment per, engaged in the operation of an ney request have a great reservoir of monthly payments
Beckman In 59 that if he cannot it he to
Zenith V 1.2Oa.831f. Fidelity Trend '_._ 19.22 :mit for Charles E. Whitney on I illegal lottery commonly known approve people at the center who are state has machines replacethe
Beech L! S 1.10 47% recommend what must handwritten checks of 30
a Also extra or extras Fund'tal Invest _V__ 10.82 N. W. 21st St. and a 16-unit, as Cuba qualified for this training and in-
Bristol My .80 64% Annual rate plus stock divi Income of Boston V 8.37 i apartment permit for Ralph A.V Booth said various gambling be made. Board attorney Ralph terested in it. The highest and years ago.

Brown Shoe "3.40- 91% dend IncOrpOrated Inc. V 9.80 Scrafford on N. W. 4th Ave.,. figures are involved in the Odum of the attorney general'sstaff best use this land can ever be He promised also to "restorethe
Brunswich .L ._. 10% was ill and, unable to :attend dignity and solidarity of the
: of
e Declared or paid so far this Keystone K-2' 5.64 $55,000. arrests.He said Jones' put to is education.
Cambells_ .;2.40 38% the meeting. state merit system" that gives
year Keystone 5-3 ___._ 17.03 Last month's building report, case was not directly connected
Carter Pdt l.OOa 61 He said Air workers
the Force state
wouldbe to
: f Paid in stock in 1963, estimated -Keystone S-4 __ 4.84 shows permits were issued for with that of the police officers, Board members were concerned job security
Case J T.. 12% cutting its throat if it in state admin
ji despite changes
39 residences 22 I but the events in the
cash value on ex-divi Life Investors V 20.30 new $486,300; alleged over a clause which
Cessna Air 1.00 28% recommended the lease *
ter istrations.
---- dend or exdistribution dateg Life Stock Fund 7.91 remodeling and additions, $24, charges were discovered during would permit termination of the
Che Ohio 4.00 101h minated.Dr. r/ekinson told north central
Paid last year Mass. 11W. Stock 16.25 296; 28 repairs, $15,603; 10 new, the police investigation. lease should the secretary of the
Coas S Gas __ 341/4 that
Florida voters Thursday
-. Mass. Inv: Growth 8.68 non-residences, $74,489; 11 re. m Booth said more,arrests were air force determine such is in John L. Hummer, director
CBS .l.80b 45%' ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS Pioneer Fund 9.76 modeling and additions; tow. expected, but "no more today." the interest of national defense.In of GENESYS, told the board Florida needed more long range
in the
Comb 1.20 28 Purchases
Eng 4 V 417,923 planning, particularly
Puritan Fund 9.681 repairs, $4,650 and five razings,p The solicitor said Sheriff Dale that the missile center head, Dr.
Sales another action, the board .
ConeMiUsVVV .8016 Short 2,837 matter of road building.He
Putnam Growth __ 15.67' $1,500. Carson went to Tallahassee
-- Kurt Debus had told him he
Contl Airl _._ 28 Other Sales extended the contract of Bill he would
: .40 426,089 ,. said that plan a
TV & Elec -_. 8.25 The March report dropped con Wednesday to give Gov. Far.'isBryant wished to have classes held
Contl InsControl 2.20 57% TOTAL SALES' Peterson as football coach at road to tie in
----:423,92G 10-year program
Value Line Inc 5.661 siderably below the February a "fill in" on the situa- early in the mornings before
Dat 86Y. Florida State University of the
throughDec. the
V V V V : 14.98' includ.. tion. "He also told the with development
PREVIOUS DAY'S WeUingtonfund _. $1,346,664 report, governor scientists for work.
-- space report
V 1.50 64 31 1967.Peterson's network in
Corn Pdts : of interstate highway
V STOCK MARKET ed the $1.5 million permit for Jones' involvement, Booth
Delta Air _._ 1.60 97% current contract For this reason, Hummer Florida.:
Univer. said.
Advances __ 481 OVER THE COUNTER a hotel at the corner of
Det Steel ..60' 16/. Declines _t-, 602 sity and ISth and .a 48-uni t Jones, peace justice of -.Jackt has two years to run, but the said, it is imperative that the Scott Kelly attended a fish

Emerson El '1.00 "42% Unchanged?- .-- 276 Alico Land -- 7% apartments building valued .a: sonville's populous south side extension is similar to one building be near the center.T. fry at Leesburg Thursday night,

FairCra .$Og 30% V Amer Fidel Life 22 L. Martin Jr. of capping a day of politicking in
TOTAL ISSUES 1,362 V % $150,000 by developer Co)r Arlington areas, also conferred granted him two years ago. Any University
Finanl Fed _V 60% New 1963-64: 'Highs 112 Amer Heritage ._ '20 Thomas. with Bryant Wednesday. salary increase beyond his cur- Florida dean of engineering, the citrus belt. The Lakeland
Fst Chartr _._ 197f 42 state senator told citrus men
19U4'Lows 'Amer Nat. Ins. 22% said the only private property
New 17
Fla E Cst V 9% -, Amer Pion'r Life 6% offered as a possible site was that as governor he would keep

Food Fair __ .90 20% MYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS Anheuser Bush ._. 48 .:t. 45 minutes away, which would political hands off their industry -

FMC Corp _._ 1.00 .55% Volume Company Close CTnge' Anodyne _V 4% YOUR MONEY'S WORTH preclude daytime use. He said but would help them seek

Gen Tele VV .88 351,2 111,500 Can Dry 29 off 1% Citizens Bank ___. 35 one site was offered by local officials new markets and would oppose

Ga Pacifi 'l.OOb 66% 79,800 Tex Dry Sul 29 off % Conn. Lt. & Pow __ .37% on Merritt Island but tariff reductions.

Getty Oil .10g 28% 74,000 Transitron 6V4 up2 i Cowles Mag & Pb. _._ 13% "Most of it is under water and Fred Karl of Daytona Beach

Grace Co V VVV VVV.. 1.00b 55% 65,400 Xerox 90 up %1 Dun & Bradst. 64 Retirement Programs To Come there are no utilities available. lambasted Dickinson's milk voting -

Heine Curt .80 24%N_ 56,800 E. Air Line V 42% off Itt Firs West. Fine 17% The vote to approve the lease, record. He said that Dickinson -

IBM V -.500 5841h 45,800 Studebaker 8 off ? Florida .Gas __ 11% subject to the attorney general's as a house member some

Int Min C 1.80a68Y4 45,600 RCA 35% off % Fla. Nat' Bank 60% Porterassets review, was 4-3. years ago could have cast a vote
_ =====-- -=== ==== =- By Sylvia milk fixing but did
Int Tele .-. 1.00 59 42,500 Parke Davis 32% up 2V4 Fla. Tel __ .25% against price

Kellogg .80a 43 42,400 Dan River 20% up % Forrest Labs :_ 23 not do so.Robert .

Lehman Cp _-_ .1.34e30% 41,400 ARA Syc 32/4 unch Founders Life ._'.. .....,. 9% Bill was automatically retiredat people are entirely capable of community is tremendous. Why Lions Governor King High of Miami

Litton In 1.98f,71% 40,400 Westn Mary 40 up 2 Franklin Life -_ 57% age, 65 by his corporation making their own plans and ad- shouldn't an employe be actively said he was gratified that the

Lone S Cm _._ 1.00 22% 38,700 Gen Motors 8% up % Great Amer -V_ 15% last fall. When I saw him at justments.Bill encouraged by his corporation Speaks Here state had called for a five per

Marsh Fid 1.60 41% 34,200 Rey Tobacco 46& up % Grolier ._. 44% one of those embarrassinglygay is a refutation' of every as well as other segmentsof cent cut in rates by Florida

MartInM ...1.0019 AS EX MOST ACTIVE STOCK Gulf Life _.V_ 54% farewell parties he was a argument and so are most of society to work in community A group of men from the Power po,

McG Hill .60a 37% 57,600 Syntex 82V4 up 2 Herff Jones 14% healthy, happy man with, a the nearly 18 million Americans affairs long before his retirement Arredonda section heard an exploratory .

Mead Corp -VV V V V 1.70 49 38,500 Signal Oil A 3Hi up Itt Home Insurance ,_.?. 64 bouncy wife, two grown sons, 65 or over today. so he knows there are talk ?n work and Mail Carrier

Merck V 2.003 llH 31,500 New Park 3 off K Jax Minit Mts 5% a respectable pension well- Books, magazines and newsletters and will be places where he is service by Walter E._ jtSonny) i .Post'

Nail Airl __V_ :.80 5W 24,000 Sbd W. A.'line 8% off H Kennasaw Life --. ..--.__. 13% filled nestegg and plans to go 'on preparing for retirement truly needed and wanted? Lee, :Lions International! dis. >:: ,: Sought

. NYCenU.._._ .50g35%,, 23,100 Mohawk Airl. 9% up '?* Life.of Fla: -,.,. ; .5 on world cruise before return are 'tumbling onto the Of course,. there-are ."gr\!at, tiidgovemor-l: WJUh ; t of Gerald E.

I Nia M Pow : 2.00 50% Lowes Company V:_ 19% ing to pursue his hobbies of market in record numbersbut -I enlightened con ra"ti i ":'.retirement ;' osttei4 tngmeled, 1:1orne-ggs: : rural mail carrier

Norfolk W 6.00 128 AMERICAN Milgo Electron 14% painting landscapes, making those who' most need the programs.. But the Dart- George Roland,,' James Edwards heFe has/ been recommendedto
No Ind P S __ 1.48 57% : Mort. Guaranty Ins. dabbling I John and
I STOCK EXCHANGE 301,2 furniture playing golf, advice don't4 read it. Why 1 nell survey emphasizes how pit Buchalter Congress by Rep. D. R. (Bil--
No Nat Gas __ 1.80 531,. Pacific SW Air ._ 47% in 'the stock market.ThisweekI shouldn't a corporation have a I ifully few in industry are bothering V George WiU. .. tthews the

Olin Math 1.20 48 Aerojet-Gen __-____________' 40 :Schlitz Brewing _-_ 481h met Bill for library of these books, circulate j even to consider the old- S >.f- v4- mans lyl J; office. announced, congress.today.He .

Owens II G ,2.50 99 ,Analex Corp V V V 31! Secur. Life & Tr. ._ S9 lunch in a restaurant next to helpful information .to, employ' er individual's psycholog i c a ]1 Best PictureNEW was'one of three applicants
Pac G & E 1.00' 3H. ( Chem _._ ..', ._, Southern Nitro.'_ I .
Aqua :- 17% 17 1h the corporation he had worked es nearing retirement, hold seminars problem, much less do something fortKe'") 1i.'
Pac Lting ::2t: ( 'S9% Aurora Plastics _._ .:36% Travelers Ins.Late _,, 49% for. He appeared actually to discussion- programson about it. APTheUnit jt,.., -*

PacT&T V 1.20 31 Barnes Engineer ________ 25 have shrunk inches he. YORK ( -
although of vital interest Council
We will not be allowed to ed Artists motion picture version -
Pan Amer A, 1.20 80% Butler Shoe 8
V V said his hadn't
weight changed. from Intelligent money -
duck this indefinitely. As the of Henry Fielding's novel
MorningN. ; ,
Parke Dav 1.00 30% Chromaloy ._ 14 Set
V He about the
V spoke bitterly company management to learning new number of Americans 65 or over "Tom Jones" was chosen Thursday -Meeting
Penmoll 2.00 18% Cinerama 1M..
which "fired me after ?
PerthEl (3 Y. careers skyrockets in the years ahead as the best picture of 1963 The Gainesville Alachua
Computer Sci 24% ListingAllis about
30 and "the well-
Pfizer .80a 47% CUtler Labs A V 16%I wishers who drank all the The importance of the retired every sphere of our society- in the annual polling by the County Citizen's Safety Council

Phelps Dg __ 3.00 74% Data Control __________ 40%' dial 18% Int Nick 76%1 free liquor at parties up but: individual's mate during and including industry, labor, edu- Film Daily. will hold a general meeting
Polaroid .20 165 after the retirement transition cation and all levels of government The picture was 36 votesahead Monday night at 7:30 in the
I Fuftonlnds.9 Alcoa
VV V 80% Int Pap 33% now'' don't have time even to
period is indisputable. Whyshouldn't -will be forced to seek so- of its nearest competitor, courtroom of the Police Sta
Pub Sv E G -. V 2.60 75% Gen Develop ._ _ 4% Am Air 50 Jones&L 77% hello when I call." He *
say '
every retirement pro- lutions to the emotional and "Hud, a Paramount produc
Pure Oil 1.60 46% Airlines _
V V Mickey 7% Am Brk 53% Kais Al 40% shrugged off questions about tion.All
Rayonier ____ 1.00 38% Mead Johnson ___________ 21% AmBdPar 37% Ken'cott 81% his activities my with "1 can't_ gram include the wife (or husband physical in addition to the finan tion.The members have been urg.
) in counseling? cial problems of the individualwho selections are made by ed to attend since the 1964-65
Rexall .50b 43% Pac NW Tel "
Am Can 43 Lig & My 80% seem to get organized. In six
V The need for volunteers to is abruptly shifted from motion picture critics throughout officers will be nominated V at
Rem Metl .50 41% Philips Elec 46%
V V V V Am Cyan 63 Loch'd 36% months Bill has turned, into an
Rich Merr 1.00 46% Carriers work in projects benefiting the full-time leisure. the country. this time.
: Redwing 11% Am Mot 16K Lorillard 48% unhealthy, unhappy man and I -

R C Cola V 1.20 61% Ric Group .- T... .,,..._ 8% AT&T 138 Mag'vox 40% gathered his wife has degenerated

Roy Dutch V 1.73g 43% Sperry R. Wts. V 8% Am Tob 35% MM&M 64 too.

Searle Gd -.9058% Syntex V 81I Ampx Cp 16% Mohasco 13% Bill was not fired; he was retired Wins Speech Contest for District I
2.00 94% Elec 25
Singer -V Tampa % Anaconda 44% Mons'to 72% with benefits_ and financial_

Armour 52% Mont Wd 36%i very few have. Bill is -.

Babcock 62 Nat Dair 71 not a stupid, narrow man. He Bud Riviere of Santa Fe High liar contest conducted at his contest He will represent the 1 ing and $15 for winning his J

MARKET FLASHES B&O41NatDist 27% was a successful business exe- School. outspoke students from school, as were all the other Alachua District in an area school contest.
Beth Stl 37% N. Am Av 52% six other Alachua in the district
cutive who had developed a Countyschools participants contest at Green Cove Springs Third place winner in the dIstrict -
Boeing 45% 'Penney 51% wide range of interests while beheld last night and was declared -contest which was held in the on April 21. V 11. contest was Kenneth Bris-

NEW'YORK (AP)_ The I I Borden 73 PaRR 32 a full-time job. winner of the annual district -county commission room of the tow of Hawthorne who received

stock market was slightly higher ,i Brunswk 10% Pep Cola 52 speech contest sponsoredby courthouse. Jim Coleman of Howard Bishop ,
But prepared as Bill was financially $10 and $15 in prize
in moderately active tradingat TODAY'S DOW JONES Cater Tr 62 Phil Mor 81% for retirement, he supervisors of the Alachua Riviere received a $25 cash Junior High School placed money.

the opening. Celanese 70% Phill Pet 51% Soil Conservation District. award for winning the district second in the district contest Other district contestants, all
obviously utterly
Most key stocks showed small Prev. Close Components 1st Hr Chrysler 47% RCA 36% was psychologically and unprepared emo--I Riviere was winner of a sim- contest and $15 for the school I and received $15 for this placAlachua's of whom received $15 for winning -

gains following postponementof i Cora Col 127% Rep Stl 45% I school contests, were
He had not realized
the railroad strike deadline. I 821.35 I Indust I + 1.38 Con Edis 85% Revlon 37% tionally. -- ..- --.- George Green of Newberry, Dar-
how violent would be the
Cont Can 47% Rey Tob 47% [I tell Toohey of Westwood Junior
Open i n g blocks included 193.47 I Rails I + 1.37 change in his of life and
72% St P 34% way High School Hugh Hoe of
Dow Che Reg ,
Eastern Air Lines, up % at 43% : 138.26 1 Util I I'+ 0.20 his company had dismissed its ; I
DuPont 261%Seaboard 47% I Waldo Junior High School and
on 5,000 shares; General Dynamics :
unchanged at 28% on 284.94 I Stocks I + 0.83 EAL 42% Sears 105% obligation to him with its pension 1f ; ;.;, _, I Joan Philman of Buchholz Junior

3,500; and Ford, up % at 54% OOO'OE'S I Volume I 1,420,000 E. Kodak 127 Sinclair 45% program. Ifi' >: +"'. :.;, High.
Bill would be just another
on 2,000. Firestone 40 Socony 71% ;. :, Other contestants: receiving
sad anecdote in the back of .
I Fla Pw 46% Southn C 54% my c cash awards included Chester,
American Telephone was unchanged -, mind were it not for the fact ; <- :
Fla P&L 73% Sperry R 18 S ;:'; I Phillips and Pat Asbel second
at 138 on 2,500 shares. that I've just studied a survey I
Ford 54H St Brand 77%
Zenith advanced*4 to 83 on and third-place winners at New-
Kennecott rose % to Slit on by the Dartnell Corp. of Chicago -
Frmst Da 10% StO NJ 85%
shares. International Paper berry Johnny :Tucker, who
1,200 :
1,000 shares. Anaconda gained of the retirement plans of
Sal 38% Studebak 8%
shares Frept placed second at Hawthorne
opened on 3,600 unchanged ;
Reynolds Tobacco added % 34 companies across the coun-
Fmeh Tr 30% Swift 46%
at 33%. Raytheon gain' Grier Wells and Tim Kelly, second -
at 47 on 1,200 shares. Woolworth Gen Dyn 28% Texaco 74% try. Bill's thin bitter face was L'
and third at Santa P
rose % to 82% on 1,200 shares. ed % at 22 on 4,000 shares. Gen El 87% Thiokol 16% on each page as I read: V Henry Bricker, second at West-;

Pan American World Airways Yesterday the Associa ted Gen Fds 89% U Carbid 129 A slim majority of 56 per : wood Mark Noe second at Wal

rose % to 79% on 1,500 shares. Press average of 60 stocks fell Gen Mills 38% Unit Airc 48% cent_ of the companies believe : : :A(1' do; ;and Sandra Thomas and

Royal Dutch was unchanged. .8 to 302.9. Gen Mtrs 81% Un Fruit ,22% that business could make a contribution ; Carrie Sue Pierson, second and

Goodrich 58 US Steel 57% to society by preparing VVV third at Buchholz. ;
Goodyr 44i uniV Mat 13 employes to enjoy their retirement -
Rumania Wants Peace MissionThe Greyhnd 57 WestgEl 34% years; !L An contestants spoke on the
Gulf Oil 55 WinnDix2S% But only a minority of 28 per
; District Soil and Water Resources
Rumanian would be
3rm fforb ltbntllBUDAPESTIn
Int Harv 70% Woolwth 82% cent actually have programs to I
to try to persuade the Chinese I for Today and Tomerrow. -
a last-minute help employes prepare for retirement "
effort to forestall a final Soviet- to stop their public denunciations Ennis Heads -underlining the enormous -

Chinese break, Rumania's Communist of Moscow. Although West. gap between belief and This was the second year in

leaders have asked Soviet ern and some Communist a row that a student from San
Moose Lodge practice;
I, sources considered the break ta Fe won the district contest
Premier Khrushchev to let And only 15 per cent of the

them undertake one more peace' already Irreparable Bucharest's Gainesville Moose Lodge members -minority which have retirement Last year's vizmer David Fu-
leaders were said to believe gate went on to via the state
mission to Peking include the
elected new officers this programs employe'swife
that if cooling-off period could
a .
sources said today. week naming Allen H. Ennis or husband. in the prepara- championship.The
be arranged the differences between
The reaction of Khrushchev. tion. contest was conducted
the two giants of the'
who is in Budapest for an Official Other officers are Tom- The major arguments of companies by Marion Bishop, chairman of
Communist world still
might be T Orators
visit has not yet been patched my Barker, junior governor; opposed to retirement op the Alachua, Soil Conservation

disclosed, the sources said. They up. Glenn Rothhammer prelate: programs are: providing an adequate District. Judges were Hairy

pointed out however that the In justification of the number -Denton P. Wilson, treasurer and pension is the best help .Bud Riviere (left), Santa Fe High 'School student, displays an orange with Chitty of the Chamber of Commerce

V Soviet Communist Party even of arrests high revolutionary Archie Jackson and George: and that's enough; anythingmore which he illustrated his first-place winning talk in the annual Alachua Soil agricultural committee

in its massive rebuttal to the sources say that Brazil has Undscy, trustees. would neither be appreciated Conservation 'speech contest last night. Others, from left, are Marion Bishop, Sen. J. Emory Cross and Mrs.

Chinese last week had specifically just been through a revolutionthat Installation will be May l al nor worthwhile; a company who supervised the contest; Jim Coleman of Howard Bishop Junior -High: Ocieda Carpenter coordinator

let the door, open fer saved.the country from a the, )100se Lodge in an. .< pen I 1h u1dn'1 latrude on the secGsd.placewinner;, and Kenneth Bristow, Hawthorne High School, third for educational teleriwn f'b r

peacemaking' efforts. Communist coup. meeting. employe's private life; most place :winner. (Sun photo by.; Tommx Lewis) the county school system, ....HI .


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Help W.nted1 35 Houses for Sofa 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses For Sol.
S Baby Sitter. CM Car I 12 Male j"

'ROUTE salesman toe Gainesville HOUSE FOR SALE; 3-81it 2- COMPLETELY furnished 2 3 BR CCB. air conditioned WESTMORELAND
I fireplace BR. remodeled 3 BR. 2 bells
central with
heat -
RELIABLE sitter wishes to Car area. 5 days week. salary' & I WANT-AD RATES Bath.. NW 47th Terrace. Price CCB home for sale. S800 down for extra spacious! Flo- Ig. kitchen boln-in range (.
Call Hay-
for infants or small children in Commission. and assume monthly paymentsOf rIde room living room. After oven. sep. dining room. Ig. living
-..' her home. Reasonable ,call FR ward. -7-UP Bottling Co. FR 2- CHEAPER SI5.900. THAN RENT I', S45. Call 37S-603V. large investment payment. assume room. parquet ttoors. central
.. 4151.ONE : sfS'o: .'... cent
6-3197. 372.8441 per mortgage with heat double carport If.
PH. 1-bath. SE 44th Terr.
of the largest insurance com i i28R FOR SALE BY OWNER spacious principal. interest. insurance corner lot. $07 NW 40th' Dr
$45 me
I Payments
cL* .... ." panies in the country has ,a position 1-bath. SE per 44th Terr. 4500. 3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. RITU, and city and county tax payments -_ -
Employment open for man between age for. close to school. Littlewood Estates of only $85 per month.
.:_ :.'.. _.' 7' -';' 21 to 38. Unlimited future. Startat And$45 also per' mo.some trade-In Houses. $24300. Reasonabte down 2213 NE 7th Terrace HOME TRADEOPPORTUNITY
S80 week. After first 2 payment. t20>> NW 37tn Ter.
per I ClassifiedOnly : Can FR 4-7444.
weeks SICO 'and better. Call 3721171 .' Phone 3725738. FOR SALE by owner. 2 BR.
3 BR. 2V caths 23x23 tamlt CCB home at 1730 NW ssm
for appt.
11 FEMALE HELP room. Ig. living rrn. enclosed 3 bath CB house. T err. Quiet neighborhood. $500 WILL trade several homes 'In Palm
SALESMANExperienced i DEADLINES 1 I garage central heat d air cond. A-c. 101x100 fenced tot. Down dn. and assume montly payments View Estates for homes in the

BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS In the sale of Lot beautifully landscaped 3461 payment. Assume 4"j Mortgage. of $44.34. Call 374-217. 1-12.000 price range Visit 'Sates
Ill N. E. 7th Ave. Fr
Earn t., 15 hour demenstrat'ng Men's doming and Furnishingsfor II NW 1" ve. Cal FR 2-&511 for __ 2-5254 Office Corner NW 3 ttt Terrace
up per time work. Frl. papers-S pm, Day before publicationFor FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR 2
Girl part Apply in per Tues. They appointment. RETIREMENT HOME. and 14th Ave. or call FR )- 54S.
famous Studio
_ quiet
: Cosmetics. Full Part Tim.. son at Wilson's DepartmentStore. ads to go in Sun. paper-12:00 a m. Sat. neighborhood. 2 bedroom ideal bath. Ig. F II. nru Ig utility Butler Bros. Builders.
CLASSIFIED or s for Ids to a. In Mon. piper-I p.m. Set.I BR. 2 bath home air conditioning for small family $7,500 area, separate living rm.. dining
Phone 374-4334 after 4- with
Ig famfy Rm. Walking distance rm., kitchen wall to wad
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHERS. MAN wanted for local milk (Minimum .d 4 lines) Boy's' Club and. I e m. terms. DUPLEX. downtown Investment I carpeting in living rm.. glass" FUN IN
property. income
route, preferred ages 21 to I school. $14.M5. Terms. FR 2- of
at sliding door leading to 1S'x2I'patio.
Openings SI 10 month
per priced at $4500.
35. High school ed. preferred. I 714. .
and dictation FAMILY RATES fenced-bt back yard. 1325
Typing Ten
Sperry. ACREAGE. miles from
good healtn. Apply 204 SW City. : NE 12th Terr. S1',SOO. THESUN .
skills necessary. Starting salary 5th St. I FOR only $450 down $11.27 per Parcels 3 to 29 acres $200 to'' -

based on experience. Submit resume 1 InsertIon ...................................-..-....... .34<: 11110'tnsertionl month payments. you can qualify I $"- } per acre with terms. .
: In confidence or tele- MEN to train as route salesmen. = .:............................................. 22c 1m.'IrIPf1lons for 4 BR. 2 bath home. 1IC4 : WE NEED LISTINGS CALL MOVE into a nearly new 4 BR. OPEN HOUSE 2-6

Dial pnon- 372-0411 Ext. 225, for Guaranteed salary. All company ................. ............................. J7cltne NW 3Sth Terr. Will paint inside I luxury home complete with car...
appointment EQUAL OPPOR- benefits. Liberal vacation pol '. ...... t outside completely. For appt. AND TELL US WHAT YOU poling, drapes. GE kitchen. central
12 Insertions ............_... .. ..... .l4c tine air t, heat walk to new NE 23rd Blvd. and
TUNITY EMPLOYER. icy. After to call
assignment to route multiplying total linn x .. see 372-0441. HAVEALACHUA
: i Total charg. computed by .rna elem. school. $31,500 flexible fin
salary ranges from S300 to 1500
EARN up to S59 a week. Full or per month depending upon anv- 5;;[ .d. x number. of Insertions. !5 PROFESSOR OWNER moving I REALTY S2t NW. 58thSt.. FR 15th Street

part-time. No>> soliciting or collect bition and desire to work. Those New 3 BR. 2 bath Masonryhome. 4-354.

ing car neccessary. Call FR a- with no desire for a permanentposition Hardwood floors. central ASSOCla'esMember 372-1551

"61. or no ambition to make heating. S. W. section Multiple listing REDFRANKS
II S Five letter words per Una wooded lot 140 x 210. Faculty Arie T. Smith. Realtor California ranch
money need not apply. Apply in modern offer
FR 2.1584.RENTERS Mabel L. Gore. Associate
376-4672 person. Borden's Dairy, 2420 NE neighborhood. loads of living at reasonable
APPROVED by American Medical 19th Dr.ROUTE 435 N. E. 1st st. Phone 376244J REALESTATELIKE very _.
Personalized monthly payments Indoor
Association. Same as I lines ?
service No guess grab go me- $SALESMAN GainesvilleArea g 8 Pt. ordinary type and outdoor lIving and dining .
thod. Full time work. PARRISH'PRESENTS NEW 3 bedroom 2 bath area with fenced In patio. J-
or part Must be bondable See W. Register for free month's rent,
home with central heat AND
Call Lois Williams. FR 2-4045. bedrooms with feet upon cubic
A. Canton or Jim Johnson Carl- I as 3 lines ,
tons Dairy. Hawthorne, Fla. 12 Pt.Same ordinary type no obligation drawing monthly. AIR CONDITIONING. Charming feet of closet space 2 Luxurious
= living room with brick papered baths Won fur-I
Experienced in the sale of DISHWASHER wanted apply in FIREPLACE. Functional kitchen -
foils glass shower
Domestics and Draperies. This is person. Wonderhouse Restaurant : 4 lines HUGH EDWARDS INC. with plenty of built-ins IncloSing ceiings what e
a full time permanent position 14 S.W. 1st St. Ben I n d e 18 Pt.rdiniry typo North Central Fl.. largest builder oven t. burners. Near c0ur.s.. Easy to custom a
with all benefits. Apply by far. & Westwcod Schools. den
employee Sears. i Litilewood formica
cabmets. Built GE .
at Wilson's Department Store._ NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. SPACIOUS contemporary 4 bed JUST LISTED at $21 000. Call e-
MAN 21 years or over to work I range even and hood. Double
SALESPERSON with our manager in the area of Sm *. I lines 13tt STREET.' 4114 NW, by VWAer -- room 2 bath home located on 017. sink Central heat available wilts

Experienced in the sate of Linge Central Florida. Car required I 24ID t ordinary type $13,500. FR 4-2042 after 3 lovely wooded lot. Fireplaceand $400 DOWN $89.SO per mo. inc. I or without air conditioning

rie.. This Is a full time permanent Out M o n day A.M. to Friday 'a _P.M. I wall-to-wall carpet In living- taxes d bis. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathsin I Spaci corner lot. Many ex
room. separate dining roo m. 1
all bene- P.M. each week. $105.00 .
position with employee per BEAUTIFULLY kept, 3 BR, family room large screened In excellent condition on wet
1 with
Announcements week salary added weekly
fIts. Apply Wilsons' home wood floors like new. patio beautiful convenient builtin landscaped lot. By appt. only
incentive pay. Permanent posi- I The Gainesville Sun will not fee responsible for more than one dishwasher 1 disposal.' airconditioned. Call 376-017 $14 per mo. VA er FHA In
tion. Write Mr. H. F. McCulla incorrect insertion. nor will it be liable for-any error In advertisement -I Lovely yard. $600 an. elude everything $500 down FHA
MONEY in spare I
MAKE your P.O. Box 18171 Tampa. Florida ii to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied 1005 NE 23rd Blvd. FR 2-5743. LISTINGS NEEDED closing. O down VA
: time selling Avon. If you have Include in letter I FINLEY area -, We have two $
& complete
1 LOST FOUND name includes
In the
by the item advertisement. No aafustment will For prompt, efficient service cal Cloig.
from lovely 4 bedroom homes within
4 hours a day to spare address, telephone IF
number and be mad on error that do not materially effect the value *f I you plan to build: and: would""
your home. Call Mrs. Burns FR age, and date you would be like a custom built home by experienced walking distance to the Finleyschool
LOST. Round gold watch and chain 2-0421. available to start training (with \ the advertisement. builders that have beautiful wooded lots- REDFRANK REALESTATE Hugh Edwards Inc

'In Sllverman's. Reward. Call FR FULL or part-time position openIn pay) and work if accepted. Interview the' time to discus plans with both homes for Immediate OC.cup.ncy. Claude M. "Red" Franks, Realtor "North Florida's,
4-MOO. Centrl
credit department. Must have will be arranged with E i Tr. Gainesville Sun reserve the privilege of revising or re- you. call 3722527. ask for Gene Myrtle Lassiter. Associate .' by far," lr.s

collect. experience. Apply in you in the near future. 5| iectlng any advertisement which It deems obJectional] and to Paramore. We have available W. E. "Bill" Harris Associate ,
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICEN our (0 plans to choose from. WALKING distance to University 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 374-0117
person J. M. Fields Departmentstore. COMBINATION body and tender j change the classification of any advertisement from that or- Complete be .. J. J. Finley school 3 bedroom Nltes Call 3n794COMING J.w.KIRKPATRICK.
financing can explained
man wanted. Good working condo i dered to conform to the policy of the paper. 2 bath brick home with '
its i to right In
ODI'S GAINESVillE.PHARMACY COCKTAIL waitress. experienced Contact Bill Bray Hawes-Powers t Ii i home. For you appointment your call.own I study and family room. Wooded -

1U Central Plata presentable. Apply University FR 20531CAREER Body Shop, oil SW 3rd Ave THE JAMES CO. : lot 147 x 149. Immediate oc \

(next to Winn-Dixie) Inn. Mr. Pozin. IIIIIWII___.. _Hl"'__ ... Of Gainesville Inc. cup.ncv.SWIMMING ATTRACTIVE comfortable,

'. For prescriptions I cosmetic HIGH school senior or graduate Opportunity, witn national Builder of Kingsberry Hornet pool lovely con- available and priced right'! Two

ID.U DRUGSTORE do you wish to learn bookkeeping organization. Young man 14-Sales Help Wanted 33 LOTS FOR SALE Ph. 372"ites 3727401. temporary 3 bedroom 2 bath VILLAGE bedrooms (one Is a whopper)
21 to >>. Ambitious and willing
toe will teach you. Good two baths a family
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention to work. Salary and commission. BY THE OWNER in Idylewilde. 2 home. carpeted tivingr e o m room two
experience for right person. TypIng Real Estate Sales BEAUTIFUL large lots, full' with fireplace. screened porch, car carpet plenty of storasspace
to elderly. REGISTERED BR CCB tile
nervous or Stock purchase plan for perma.font house. bath fam
'Easy Way Driving School.' FR necessary. Apply Mrs. Pitt- employees. Company car person. Call FR e-4471 for inter.view. imprOVed. In Rldgewood. NW Cad 3724001 after central heat and air conditioning GREEN and other Ilractl v e
features this
Inn. 31st make real
man. University Street lust south of NW :r30r l
?-700?. Lie by State of Fla and leads furnished. Retirement PM. fenced in yard and shuffle home
Waitresses Apply in person. and benefits. No MARY MOELLER REALTOR 16' Avenue. J. W. Klrkpatrick: board court. "tOf and
group exper
Agency 31 N. Mam or call FR BY OWNER 4 BR., 2 bath ,home VILLAGE no city taxesl
Restaurant 2310 fence required. We tram -
6 SttCIAL NOTICESThe Jerry : you 101 W. Univ. Ave. 2-1404. In N.E. With APPEALING three bedroom two
den screened FOUR BEDROOM two bath
13th Street.WAITRESS Opportunity for advancement to
bath house in
trie right man. Apply Singer Co. SALESMAN WANTEDby HAVE 2 SPACES In Westminster porch brick patio etc. 116,800. home In good location near Northwestwith
wanted. Apply In person manufacturer of cigarettes Call 3724455ATTRACTIVE Boulevard. convenient to down personality touches
leading GREEN
211 W. Univ. Ave. a Gardens. In Hillcrest
Citizens Bank will accept Cookies Truck Terminal throughout. Large family f
twenty-one yearsof town shopping. Reasonably prlc
sealed bids on the folio wing Hawthorne. YOUNG man with ambition and over headquarter in Gainesville Park. Present value "17. $138 roomy and available ed. Immediate possession. room. fireplace waNed patio -

Items: 143 Pontiac Star chief 4- interested in, future in the |ew- age to tram I n 9program for my equity take up payment 1500 square ft. paneled VILLAGE rock garden, f.1 .
Complete e
: Fla. I
doOr hardtop air power steer WANTED attractive young Good lady dry business. No experience salary plus travel expenses S13 month. Present balance $473. family room. 2 bedrooms 2 MASON MANOR Just listed a shelter and nice l.ndsclD
Ing. and brakes W2. U' Claspa between ages 21 and 35. FR 2-e7S. baths dishwasher air conditionIng ing. Priced less
Savings and Loan lob InStarko. necessary. High School gradute. advancement in M n o very neat 4 bedroom. 2 b. t h t.n 111.
with 1962 Scott 75 HP. and Hur. pay. and located at 3830 SW. 000.00.AP1GLEWOOD
In use Not lust a summer fob, but with ability. company car furn home. Large living room. cen- GREEN
rlcane trailer. 195. Crosby with prior experience Itth St., In Idylw Call FR We have two ,
of office machines also desir a permanent position for the ished. Reply box 384-A cart of 14 Waterfront Property tral heat and air conditioning. "
60 Evinrude 75 HP and Gator able. Call V64-4501 Stark, if interested right person. Robertson's Jewelers Gainesville Sun. 22740 after 4 p.m. Beautiful lot with lovely fenced men homes available at Si? '

trailer Bids accepted Contact until Mr.April Sherred.17th. for Interview. 211 W. Univ. Ave. WINFRED H. CRAWFORD BY OWNER In N.E., 3 Br.. 1 bath in back yard. A perfect house VILLAGE 5.00. These, he have three 4'
Ig screened dishwasher for a growing family. Convenient b.tls, Florida
porch patio -
BARTENDER experienced mix Reg. Broker. specallzing In
WAITRESS wanted evening shin REAL ESTATE SALESMAN room central built m
and Junior
sociable LAKE stove refrig. $500 dn, Elementary
ologist wber. Apply PROPERTIES -ACRE.
S Baby: Sitters. CK1U Cat at Howard Johnson's Restaurant $75 mOo Call FR 4-0474 High'" school. kitchen. Occupancy at the
University Inn. Mr. Pozin. AGE. 3 miles NO. of Metrose GREENNO
/ In At 2830
S Apply person only. Hugh Edwards. Inc.. Gainesville'slargest GR 2.2911.BEAUTIFUL. end of June. Financing canEs
N.W. 13th St. OPENING for salesman in Gainesville builder has opening for AIR CONDITIONEDIF NEW WESTSIDE residential subdivision arranged for acceptabie .

TINY TOT SMART attractive waitress and Palatka t surroundIng new salesman. Excellent earning lot on the Suwannee you like space for entertaining soon opening. Acre lots. DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR. 2 purchaser
territories. One of tne largest for above average River this Is the house for you. Lg. paved streets. outside city limits REDUCED to
over 21 to serve nice people in opportunity at Rock Bluff. Call 376- bath. Central heat central air SI..0 SUGo
PLAY SCHOOL'Visit I nice atmosphere. Permanent fastest growing live wire organizations man. Mr. German salel'manag' 4149. living area opening onto red-. May we tell you more about condo Northwest. tlt.OCO. Call This to
lob. reasonable hour*, immediate of Irs kind in the er. HUGH EDWARDS. INC. wood enclosed patio. Near Lit- this restricted .,U. 376-227. edro house c.I be yours
us and see for yourself Apply PrimroseInn. nation. Will train 3 aggressivemen. 3721551. ... LAKE Place for sale, call FR 2- tlewood and Westweod schools. nt more than $7500 per
24 SE Ith St. FR 4-7804. .. with good character and 4414 after 5 pm. 3 I R. 2 baths central heat. RANCHETTE homesites too- FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 yr. old month. Located on a shaded

Integrity for sales work. EarnIng Work Wanted female dishwasher disposal built in apparently 10 acres each, Located masonry one-level dwelling 222 lot in the Northwest and
PLANNED program await your WAITRESS. good salary._ Apply $150 to 1300 per week. Oppor. 16 LAKE house completely furnish stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal on Newberry Road Just ft. under roof. 7 spacious available for Immediate oc
pre-school' youngster .t' JACK in Wonderhouse Restau for S. ed on Lake Hutchinson. White price.. $22,000 only. SI500 balance. sq. Make
person. tunity supervisor manager $500 down 5 years on cupancy. a reasonable
3 2 full baths
a. JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. rant 14 SW. 1st Street, behindSears. within 40 days. Millions Clf IRONING done in my home. Experienced sand bottom lake a. nice white ,down. f22 NW 34th Terr. FR 44 rooms Central' offer on the down pay.
S closets. heating and
Reasonable. HI NE beach. Best
Music programs educational buy around $10.000 4S. .
dollars of advertising. Call en merit and monthly
,film-strips. 7:45-5:1 J, Men.-Frl.; I 4m St. after 4.00 p.m. Financing by owner $1400 air conditioning. On corner lot. payments
1331 DEPENDABLE colored woman prospects that are interested Inour down. Balance at S 4 8 R.. 2 bam in Highland M Me paved street on 3 sides. 1326E. ; if accepted you can
SW. 13th St. FR 4-300. per c e n t.
for housework and care of senile product. See Johnny Djke EXPERIENCED typist want work Phone FR 2-44U after ( Court Manor, air-conditioner' Call St., Starke Fla. Phone move In tomorrow.J. .
elderly lady. R e q u Ire refer at Marion Hotel, Palatka.. Pta to do in horn. Call Mrs. PhIllips _or on week-ends. .P.M. double utility Rm., swim club '49.1251 or write E. M. Williams

ences. Call FR 24M after" pm Sat. April 11 from f a.m. To 12 374-4124 membership. schools In walking P. O. Box 39, Starke Fl. W. KRKPATRICI
NATIONALCONCERN p,m. 3 to 5 p.m. SHADEDLOT distance *fa mo. 232 NE PARRISH Relor

CASHIER WANTED good salary 17 Work Wanted MaU' ON crystal clear. Lake Anne, ._11th Terr. Call FR231* COMPLETE finished block horn Member Multiple Listing
Apply In person Wonderhouse 13-H tip Malt! er Female Short drive to downtown Gaines on your lot In Alachua Levy or 31 N. Man Phone FR S'l414
Restaurant., SW 1st St., Behind ville. Deed FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR t ASSOCIATES. INC.H Gilchrist County. For information ASSOCIATES:
-- - restricted.
Has openings ,4Wcollege :ttv Sear WATCHMAKERWANTED conditioning will finance., See this Owner home located In' Westmoreland: Wayne Hill Helen S. Graham call Tom Llneaweaver. Ph. 1 Floye MatMaten Irene BwnneR t

dents during SI.IQ) lIl-k COUNTER girl wanted at Tropical EXCELLENT position for riGht repair Itnndw.'n s work. I you ,buy. Call FR 2-1072 before after Estates. On city sewers pavedSt Carolyn Gardenshtre Mary Parrish 374-7718. A.. W. Recta, Capt: USN, Rat.H _
Public relation I .work. Sftfrt 402 N. W.. IJtn men Position ta be open Apt CaN Fit M3WIS I 5.00 P.M. 2 Ig bath Rms.. Ig ,family .
week salary < .tiU! tl .*lu: laundry. 4. Contact ,Mr. Hester' FR *- Rm. I living' Rm.. dining area.
St. In only.
Apply person DESIRABLE'lak.. Central heat, built.in kitchen IncludIng I
property. 160
we are award**) Several $1000 Schools & Instruction -
feet en lake with GE H
scholarships' and ether awards. SECRETARY- shell house dishwasher. 2 courtyards
Exp. secretaries salary open Contact Mrs. AAcCall 75>> walk to schools close to
appt. call Mr. R. Davis
Age 135 neat appearing Cashier-hostess attractive Mickler
Jacksonville Fla U of F t medical, center FHA
054-3743. Jacksonville Fla or able t* meet the public. Short. White housekeeper, S25 wk. MEN * :jrop In Suit 543 Fla. N Il't. haod and typing necessary. *- Bookkeeper, salary open TO TRAIN FOR payment tl,700.

Bank B'dg.,. Jacksonville. .between day week. Call 37285115.. Exp. Waitress salary &> comm.. ;CIVil SERVICEEXAMS SMALL cottage on Cooper Lake. 1027 Immediate NW 40th occupancy Drive. Call Drive by
hours A-M. and noon. Exp. mechanics price $3.000. Term SIM down Butler .
WANTED one beauty operator SV* Store trainee, hi schl. grad. .. 1 20 month. Also 3 Bedroom CB Brothers 372545 daily. 374-9C4:

day per week. Call FR 2-1511. OH. trainee hi schl. o *d. We prepare Men and Women. I house. FR ,6-014 between 10 .. night. Business

---- Tree surgeon. foreman U nr. Ages ''-55. N. experience neces 6. 1311 N. C. 20th PI. By owner 3 .
Auto salesman Exp. sary. Grammar school education I LAKEFRONT BR. Fl. cm patio; S77.14 mo. Ad

Short order grill man usually sufficient. Permanent Several acres with 200 on VA loam alr-cond. a\ appl. op

Insurance trainee, $100 wk. lobs. No layoffs. Short hours. large lake. 2 bedroom m bat lions Make offer. FR 22341. Plumbing I
Rout. salesman. Levy Co. Advancement. Send I
HIgtpa." frame house.
ARE YOU A SALESMAN??? CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. name. home address phone room, partially Garage furnished. utility Fru NW and SECTION 4 bedroom.for sale 2 bath or rent CCB 3 I

120 SE 1st Ave. number and time home. Write i trees and flowers dock, good home. City water lights and GRADY CABINET WORKS I INSTALLED
Phone 374-1234 Marcel Co. Box 381 A, c/o Gainesville fishing. Priced to sell S15.000 sewers. Shown by appointment. Custom built cabinet and moldIngs NEW fiure. complete'

DO you want a FUTURE? Sun.Real Balance easy terms. Appro* Phone FR 23124. refinishing i and spray 1 I plumbing JIM
mafely, $3,000 down. mien Realty painting HUGULEY. Gmsvlll Plumbing
you i Estate Co. 214 S. Magnolia St. Cut 1533 E. University Avenue PR 7158.
DO you own o Car and Car Insurance? COURSE _,collect 42t-45C7. I DJDYOURING Phone 372- 313 I

ARE you READY. WILLING and ABLE TO WORK? i ATTEND First lesson free. FOR SALE lot on Lake Ann. Eastof I :

: 'IF your answer Is ye to all above questions For top quality workmanship HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE Hawthorne Restricted area. ? WORK. wantedCarpenter Repairs, remodel desIreswork. Int. j RcmoaclnsI
Call 374-247J for .:
call COLLEGE 21$ W. Univ. Ave Inform at ion
CALLI 372-6142 F C. 4-3507 3723727 ARE you one of the many who I Ph. 24103.Cosmetics I NEED A NEW Florida room carport -

Mr. McLeod collect 422111 Ocala between the hour GAINESVILLE 35 Houses for Sal. have called wanting a nice patio. screened-in porch,

of I a m. & 10 ..m. for interview. 27 Feed (r Fertilizer tIome on a largo lot outside the etc.? C.I now and get it done
UPHOLSTERY City? If.., then let us show for summer months. Can
THERE are two portions to t* filled. 1501 NW. 13th St. NEW :3 bedroom CCB, JW5. you this 4 BR. 2V* bath CB home 377404 1"1 I P. for Ir**
An HOUR OF BEAUTY will make -
PrLstimates-rIcS iF anddelivery. DAIRY FERTILIZER $$1.0 per 145.n., $45 month Phone on V> acre lot shaded.. fenced. estimates
yard. 121 per ba'. Phone 37455 Day 4T5-2441 Night FR 6-4311. Deep well fallout shelter a a "nell you" at MERLE NORMAN

$? dream kitchen, Cedi rained closets Air Conditioning COSMETICS STUDIO. BUILDING r.moell. pointing,
---- HAZEL HEIGHTSSe and much more for the Learn professional make-up block and ceent .I. G
amazing price of only 'f,750.. I secrets by trained beauty ex work, Good prices. *
21 Livestock & Supplies
our 4-bedroom and >bedroom perts. S13 W. Univ. Avt. FR 1172.
bath CCB homes with "ART BALL" Air conditioning .
IN THE 3124.
i built-in electric stove and even. WANT (Hot Air-Hot water) heating and I ,ALATIA ORNAMENTAL IRON
FUN I t YR. old Mare Paint pleasure, Central heat city utilities. refrigeration. Ph. 372-1 MS. 15 BIG MONEY. Future for exper. 'tiORK5 Railings .. porch col

working barrel racing. Registration Wired for television and tele I Years Experience fenced direct sales manager in ma to your *peclfkatwns. -

papers available. Catl after phone. Large yards completely VALUE? Gainesville Waldo Lake Butler Ph 325-4005, Palatke
4 p.m. .....29 So vrassed. Hazel Heights is In Appliance Repairs Hawthorne Lake City Live I after 4 I M. reverse the charges.
the city limits. Eauipped witti Oak. .. Alachua If not Interested .
TRAILER.First $75.Pisoise THEN
2-HORSE inspect ttli."ractiv.. 3 1
sewer lines close to bu stop do not apply Phone 374-14M
FR 4-3315 BR, 1 bam CB horre at 2141
low down payment, conventional N. w. ants Terr. Beautiful Viaero I A-I HANDYMAN SHOP I

I 29 'La" uin.-To-S.il .39th loans.Ave.Located. west en of Northwest 13th- shaded lot |lust outs I Ide' First In Air Conditioning and FIRE EXTINGUISHERSi i Upholter
City. Deep welt Sprinkler system Appliance Repairs. FR 4-427.
St. Shown by appointment, for yard. Cent. heat. Family f FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER UPHOLSTER your furniture at
I( AMARYLLIS bulbs. Imported _Phone FR 2-382. CO. I reasonable price ,.
room. : only 116.- Cal Sl
White .. col! Appliance Repair arienCed. FR .
SUN I Dutch t Hybrids. WIMBERLY ESTATES. Just break- Sale and Service -
I ors. 3>23 N. W. 15m St. after Irg ground en new imaginative' Air Conditioning AH. type of Fire Extinguisher

NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA 4 pm I home 11 Mow i* the time to buy soo.UNIVERSITY Pick up and delivery/ service .

under contract a> choose dtfor C. *. Thomas Ph. 374WlfGainesville SewingAleration.ASRES
L 30 PETS SUPPLIES thru aut. Lloyd D. Myrick. Bidr. -BENNY GRAYFOR Fla.

BOATS b MOTORS FR 25AM. I lowing eH
GERMAN snepherd pU a. AltC t REALTY Efficient Quality Mr o VV.
I lOA TS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION 3 BEDROOM, :2 barn Service It Reasonable kis Ok .
registered. Bred for Temper home separate i Rates' Mortgage Broker i Abel. 3 N.W. 17th Ter.race .
WHO WOULD LIKE THE 74th : ment and Quality See at 3501 dining room. Take advantage .1115 N. Main It. Ph 372- 351 I CALL 376-4879 In-
HUNTER 12" Plywood fishing !oeIs. 24" GRILLS N. W. Uth Terr. *r Phone FR of owner' having to W. M. Munroe. Broker THE

Boat Introduced Fiberglass by FRANK Fishiea I $450 HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR : 4-220 move A have spacious rooms Assoc: S. E. Mclaughlin. I ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE FHA and conventional at lowest I ATRTIONS art-. '*
BOX wardrobes in home t
new area Frank I 0
lIOn ROby. Roy McCann.NewListing current rates Term to 25 c4It" bOe.
PHILPOTTT I The Heart Of East Gainesville' SPRINGTIME Is puppy time. English among young executives. II'.. r MEDICAL CENTER I &
YEAR SERVICE STORES Will gladly discuss at
years. no ctsa u'r HUNTER loat.. $25500 I Check with Charlie I Shepherd puppies aV Amer 000. FR 2.5M*. I 372MflSewing.
14 MURRAY Tilt Trailer $142J I 725 N. Main 3723337List obligation Call tomorrow. .
FR 2171. .
lean Shepherd puppies. Call FR I
42 EVINRUDE 10 H.P. motor I 2-0033. WESTWOOD LITTLEWGOO I Appraisal Service J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor .,

__ . $22500 FOR SKIINGAll Walking distance t* cchools. 1BR _31 N. Main St. Ph FR 24414 Machine Repairs

Total Retail List .__ _. ,._ $4425 I new .2* Hwa. Elect. Scott HIMALAYAN kitten ACFA reg 2 bath horn In Skyline BLACK ACRES Lovely 1 FRED B. ARNOLD -
SPORT CENTER SPECIAL motor attached t* a beautiful 1.t .- of Classifications t* choose istered. New unusual breed of Heights. Study hardwood floors room. 2 bath masonry FRED B. ARNOLD REALTOR

.. .... $55.00 Lone Star Capri. Fiberglass'boot -frern long haired cats with Seal I built-in rang. a. oven Cent. conveniently located to the bed-I' REALTOR FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS CALL-SEWING MACHINE SERVICE .
MOTORS that rides on a 14 Barrentme Point .Siamese, markings. Lovable I heat. Shaded back yard. Call versify and the Golf REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL CO. $15 W. Unvel

'43 20 HP Evinrvde .... $425,00 t Trailer. $TO.BAIRD'S pets. Show possibilities. Inquiries ._374-0842. Largo kitchen spacious SERVICE 121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Av*. 36-t1 W* r
W. UNIV AVg PH. m.uni
'43 SVt HP Evinrude .... sns DO MARINE CENTER Skiing Swimming-Diving. ,invited. Phone 3744M3. OPEN HOUSE. Sunday. Apr. If porca. BtII.Yon A'T'I1I.car 121 Mke Wo fully guaranteed.Tires .

'42 10 HP Johnson '.0' $77500 I' 41 S. Main FR 2-1531 FOt: SALE a wks. old pure-bred Cherokee model. designed .. engineered port. A REAL BUY 000. MORTGAGE MONEY
'43 1V HP Elgin .--- ___ $15. Fishing Equipment. Dalmatian pupp e*. For information by U. S. Steel Corp., i Auto Equipment SVk per cent Interest. Term t* Alignment
EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL FOR FISHING .. contact James Wing. FR Homes Division. 2100 ft. 3 ,SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Spa* 2S years.
CHARGE Complete and ready to go. Used I Safety Items. 2-S421 BR. 2 bath air cond.sq. brick clous'3 Bedroom 2 bath home onlarge I HYDRAULIC JACKS reouiitexchanged. .. BUY BUILD REFINANCE Brake Service

fRANK PHILPOTTS 12' Marine boat. I corner lot. Family room Repair kits for Can
Plywood fishing I lean veneer 2 car garage. 1101 NW
Golfing Equipment. HEALTHY. happy I 125 KM 13 St. Ph. FR -
utility room terrene floors. built- 22511
144 34tti Jacks. authorized -
SPORT CENTER Barrentme trailer and a mate' l fe- Dr. Alachua Homes, Inc. Walker Factory SPECIAL
Shepherd puppies
144 Johnson SW HP motor for i Phone 372-0421. in oven and range central heating Walker Hydraulic Jack Byrd VACTI
"Where Quality Sells Itself* Tennis EquIpment __ i I male.1 S30. Registered. Call FR. system and carport. 11"'. I HULL'S BRAKE ON kne *
1.148.. I Service Agent .
only I II
20 NW. 14th Ave. I 4-3479 anytime. Best before 1* IA.As. ANGLEWOOD by owner 3 BR. 2bath. VACANT. OWNER READY TO : SERVICE A SUPPLY 1314 S. GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA hawk Sv .

FR 25411 or FR ....3 BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER Baseball Equipment. j I Price $17100. SlOt down. SELLIDUPLEX 'I Main Fit 2147 and conventional loans- Low 50't 0:trf. See rP rww

Men Thru FrI. 5-4 P-nv Sat. M 401 S. Mam FR 1-1531 I FOR SALE large stock of pure :I Call 3722727. rates. Terms to 25 years. 1221 wrap gi<*a
W. Univ. Av*. 372-533.
Where t* Fish. breed Beagle pups p 1 LG BR. 2 bam LR. I Auto Glass
SWIMMING POOLS i 3 Labrador puppies.. W* boor fireplace attached HW- 2 bedroom apartments kitchen FORDYCE and Associate. ,'''., Ti. Ce, 433 M Man .
dog James1 Kennel. Rt. 1. garage equipment included. ONLY Conventional and f H.A. loans
PIuS many many mor. I Box 7$. Keystone Heights Ph. floors on Ig fenced comer lot.WW.M5r $14.100. OWNER WILl. Finance AUTO GLASS i* our only b. Sk- whit loW rates and long term WINDOW CLEANING
Sun Want Ads BE CAREFREE 473-4951. Stephen Fester. $14300. ness. Immediate Installation; loans our specialty. Quick courteous -
$45 dLp. FR 2-US1. free pickup: fc delivery. Add confidential service.. Call I.

EnJoy a clean and healthy pooL ADVERTISE fit THE f 33 LOTS FOR SALE I AND 4 Bedroom homes. On Acre JOHN beauty *, value t* your car.MAUt.DtN'S 374-1234 or corn by 926 West I WINDOWS_ d.a fiepr dearth u

Master Pool Service Inc. totv C. out 14th Avenue to 43(4St. AUTO GLASS CO. University Avenue.' Grace For. I I. nl. f'wa

Get Results Supol.es l. Monthly cleaning I MenectOT' turn right toeporximatey MERRILL __323 NW 4.h St. FR 4-2550 evce. Realtor. I PR N.
service.FR BEAUTIFUL weeded lot. fit 1m..*. see sP en

2-3343 4-OC40 2-3171 --_. --- -- Block of N. W. 22nd- Street lir left, BulldozingSMALL PAINTINGPAINTING WorkFOR
x 135 Phone 37 $ REALTORMULTIPLE
-3$4f.. bulldozer, loader dump Also Screens repaired. ,

'MR. MERCHANT: To place ad in the 1.1 West ACRES of CI'Y o v. deaf lirNts.Lake Beautifully_ fast : SPACIOUS IVKT*. NW J9th Ave, LISTING trucks Phone fill d 372744.
your Phono 372-.... : 4-1M3. t i Lawn Mtwtag Free til.-
I wooded. Call anytime.Raipn tare let 1 I R. 2 tth. modern ---- Srle
Realtor kitchen, living room with tire- : BULLDOZERS .> Dragline, Back ,i mate. Can FR 6-11

Fun in. the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 FOSSEY place _dining room-family room 1 ASSOCIATESMarcelta hee. wheel tractors motor ADVERTISE W TOtE -
"SeUIPI; Fiortoa S: .c. 19" wall ta wall carpeting central Pardi W. M BuckfutnaittVUS graoer Free estimate. W G. I ADVEBT15E W THE

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fcw :.liOUSE.. 3 bedrooms. -. 427 NE 10th PLACE. 2 bedroom. I TOTAL monthly payment of only STOP LOOKING SuWet Apr. I CLASSIFICATION INDEX STRAWBERRIES

.pathsl central ,beat. C.C.B. NORTHWESTAND CCB. large garage. FHA loin 1 STORY $50.17 for 3 bedroom horre fireplace 13epLt.2.R.. complete _,.',Wi: _. = r I STRtBERRIEs
.Built-in. kitchen Save 11400. close available. Phone FR .651.. corner lot. poredown turn, air 'ond. apt. T-V !" -.---asi-.--- !I I.>'You te 25 c a Car;
to LJttlewood
end and closing. S400. 1001N. antenna iocL 1 y, blks. from your own ct.lr.
Lilt for OlntmenL pit.JR ; '
aP Westwood schools. 3 Bedrooms ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE I I miles W of Har.
tMJi or FR J-3J04. MODERN SUBURBAN HOME RED BRICK W. 24th Ave. FR 27682. campus, married couple pfd.
and 2 Baths central Meet, slOG psimo.. 374-3364. I" )5.ertaCazd ,.W ,K. Norman. Plenty ber.
large family room and screened 3 BEDROOM, 2 MI bath big kitchen S6500 CASH will buy S rm. house. .", Tbak. ; f Wasted te. ReV .. .r. .
porch, fenced beck yard. with built In'C.biMtL 1'i1 acres of land. 6S bearing pecan LEAN tr t 'bedroomY trailer. ;S ...., ,..-. .?" Ma I'f A fne1.. I
beautifully landscaped $15- Range oven, disposal etc Din Fir.plKe-6trlp oaK floors- trees. Located near Roads Student couples only. No pets. 4 .rseaallseg JSerrleta a B -RED dit set. extra leaf ex
p NorwoodHope 900 call anytime ing room sunken living roomwith very large kitchen wttti built 301 & 26. Ph. 448-1104.. Air conditioned wa'r'and I Travel InferoostleaI "I BeosekwU G..I. x 40". Chrome and
RALPH REALTOR fireplace screened porch. In appliances, rear screened garbage furnished. VS. 372- Aatiae. formica table. 4 plastic padded
Central FOR SALE BY OWNER. Formal Special hotices Chairs. $25. Phone FR
Isolated study and shop. porch can be converted Into 5182 -
FOSSEY 88 Misc. Per SaJe 219.
din In 7 FloristS _
heat cork floors. 170' deep living g
: ; "Selling Florida Since 1 04" weU. 2 quiet septic systems. Located Fla.. 3 room-rear very large patio bedrooms for privacy 2 room. built-in kitchen wills pantry 2 BR. 10 x' Sff Mobile home. 5 Beby SiiUra. CkM Care .. S Tn. Fe ta:\ttS.. DESK and matching chair. Desk

11 W. University Ave. Ph. 374-135 6 miles from the hustle and bus baths. Floored carpeted Fla. rm. & hall private fence. 100 x 70 lot I PUees tm Go Amt framed wIth| matching chair, bookcase.

"H" Inc. Member Multiple Listing tle of the city limits on wooded ready to convert upstairs into 4th and and :3 BR. 2 full tile bathS. central 2020 NW 31st. PL FR 4-1UQ. Things Te SeeAUTOMOTIVE :Vs.l OQ Weeds bide .table Sink swinging door, 2-
[ restricted heat located en shady lot near No children. S75 mo. S wi fxres
2 acre lot In 5tti bedroom or play room as ;; :: Newtone hood.
BEAUTIFUL PARQUET Chantilly Acres. Beautifully set new Country ctub. elem. school *& Grl,
hWe 'Tf di1-Iomis FLOORS In Dogwood. magnolias and a needed.LIKE OLD LIKE yard NEW and Inside landscap- .. Univ. Price $11.900., For bw EAST SIDE :. Airplane Sales-KeiUI 1 :Ee.ii .F" ceding light 48" Venetian .

Folding ,
?. call screen clay flower pots.
formation 372-2371.
Cr :PropertyThe r \ variety of trees. JlkSOC. Offered ing. Frankly we wonder if FHA or app GARDENAPARTMENTS 77 MekCo Banes fr SaJoH 1 Ka I. i Misc. items. FR
Pfeowned home located lust across by owner. Please call for did not make .* mistake when PERFECT FOR FAMILY Tracks for Bal 6

street from Howard Bishop Junior appointment. FR t-542. they valued this property at only WITH AN IN-LAW '51 Track Wanted THE best cot less. Every pet .
High. CompteteJy recondition S17JOO. with lust S1.COQ down M Traders* Track KenUU REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 5 you own automatic wIth Fuil-
NO DREAM We cant sleep
ed. Florida room. Three b e ov including closing costs. You gas. Burner with a brain. Yur
month Trailer
$57 per upGainesville's lIS Rentals
bath. S550 at night for thinking of tills may drive past 434 NE 10th NEARLY new :3 bedroom. 2 bath Late far Philgas Distributor
following are. ready for i rooms. one FHA down sa kUtareyclea Seacters a & zr65
place. Gold fish. Camellias.Azaleas. has bedroom
Includes (13.750. iflo Ave. for an idea of the value. home one separate Finest Waterfrevt
occupancy. N. E. 20th closIng.Ave. 372-1551. Banana shrubs In then call FR 4-2472 for an appointment from the others. Perfectfor $4 ABUBMkUa KcpalnM Bevses Far P"r 1 GA pump I Martin 2 lever
front yard. Beautiful oaks. 01'ange tn-t_ or teenager. Beautiful Furnished or unfurnished ABtmekUct far Sate 3 124
to inside (it looks nc."et
J I j 5'N.W. 4.Oth Dr. trees. carport two car even better). see natural finish cabinets in kit Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart. M Sway CanEDUCATI.NAL 3 Collates For Sale 4h eo. U
3 BR. 2 bath. $350 do $139 i HUGH EDWARDS INC. garage. stables large living Warner W. Weseman-Reattor chen. Excellent FHA terms. menf. 30? NE tth St. Phone 376- Heal Estate Etk (. 27.ALT

per tno. room with' fireplace. dining rm. 1113 N. Main St. 15,000 with only $400 down includes 9408. 34 Real Estate Wasted new large electric range
walk In pantry. Nearly 2.000 sq. 2103 N. EUti a Ot of Tva Crly electric refrigerator
closing. ) IS Schools A UstraetleB Pnpl
AVAILABLE for summer tri- $SO for Almost
HtSN.LSthSr. STUDENT RENTALS ft. of living space. 14 Florida.minutes YOUNGAMERICA Terr. 372-1551 mester 1 and 2 bedroom fur- 19 Mule. Duetar. :: Basted ResUemtlal : new S player bth.. or ex
from Gainesville. reo
3 BR. 2 'hath .$350 ,dn. S113 SUMMER RATES Price-Low nished apartments. Some air- 50 Waa>U4-lastneUaa 4? Farms = 5 tape recorder. Willpay
Pr mo. conditioned Near University. for right
1 'blk. from Norman Hall 43 .Property Rentals 03 .
916 S.W. Tth Avenue. FR -J *4. EMPLOYMENT .
IT'S FR 22511to HIJ
Sales 03
431 C..1
3707 NW 21 st PL see this 3 bedroom 2 bath GLADYS SMITH 2 BR. well turn. 1st floor duplex. 17 Werk Wanted Male .p 03 CLOSE out two 141 GE AM-FM
4 BR, 2 bath $800 dn. .S1Q One turn. garage apt. now available home on large comer lot In Quiet. near campus. Air cond. IS Werk Wasted FeoitU 'multiplex w.1 stereos In Maple.

permo. ethers Apr. 21 it. beautiful residential area closeto HOMESPRESENTS 1 ACRE and 4 bedroom house for Accept 3 mature quiet men 14 Bales Befit W at.* 1ENTAL I Regular S.1 Tw only at

schools and shopping. This sale. Walking distance Lit tl .- students. 3744494. 13 H fe Male or FtmaU For Real $ Ofo money down, 24
1216 N.E. 17th A.,.. One furn. bachelor's apt In exclusive home has large Florida room. wood and Westwood schools. 13 Male Help Wanted 43 C.nar.F rmUfce41 = to pay. FR 2-3. 7
:3 B R.' 1 lft!. S350 dn. SIt home. Living room. extra large kitchen with built- Fireplace. screened porch. 2 BEDROOM trailer. On large Dram sue 44 rafmnl Ap.* 03 N. Main st.
bedroom. bath t. private an- In range and oven. 2 car car NEW BRICK shady lot. Close In. $70 per
per mo. trance. port and many other desirablefe.tureL hardwood floors. Call 372-5393: to month. Can 372-3488. or 374-4340. 11 Feaiftle Be" Wanted 47 B..e fe Real Fan. 03 GE 34" electric range 2 yrs. oldperfect
see this oneBEDROOMS 45 Reuses Rent $ condition $100. Call 374-
1442. NE, 16th PI. Priced at $22.000. with MODELSOPEN 1 & 2 BR, 1 blk from campus. FARMS LIVESTOCK 4. Raea_ for. Rent 118.BEAUTIFUL
3 Furn. rooms for women students. good financing available.DAN 4 home in P. K. air cond. optional $74 $101 per =
BR. IV bam, $400 down. 10 am. Til Dark S< Fcrat E..limeat SO Betel Beems mounted
I tn per mo. Call FR 6.4031 aft. Yonge area. Pretty lot. Separate mo Call McKlnney. Green. Inc. 27 Feed rertuixcr 91 MUe. ReaUUS1A i cl At Pfteguer.
BYRDASSOCIATES I FEATURES living 372-3617. sl fis 6'
: dining room. Fireplace in -
29 Livestock Wanted To Kent
5 and weekends SupplIes .. Only $22*. T h e
'1702 H.W.38th Dr. p.m. Fireplaces room. Family room over.looking PRIVATE bath & entrance first 2. Laadtcaptof Test fell K Boarders "aale' I Tackle Box. 1490 Rd.

3 e.s 2 bath S3H>> dn. S87 --------- Screened porches the garden. Call 372-5393; floor two large rooms for M Pets Supplies 5 Office Desk Space Hal
. mo. Custom kitchen cabinets for an appointment. adults. Refrigerator and gas u Livestock WastedFINANCIAL .Business .t 70 Boats-Mjri
HOMESBuilt Inc. Oversized bathroomsPlus stove Clean. 708 E. Univ. Ave Ir.
5 i BEDROOM 2 story deluxe I
4527 & 4617SE 1st PI. to your plans\ and specifications. Jack DeYot Broker many other custom home. ideal for family living and FURNISHED 1 Br. apt. water SERVICE 14' REGAL LANCER Cabin Cruiser

r 4518 & 4608 SEZndPl. I Built anywhere In Associates: features for entertaining. Near the UnI- turn. 31st Ave. N.W. & fIts Terr. M Bulncii Opportunities n Special Services i and trailer. Phone 2.w.
3' Christine Stone E. E. Hollowly 3127 call FR e-4817. 87 Mane to Lou ZS Berne
BR. L 1 bath, WOO 'dn. $41 Alachua County.TOMMY VA & FHATERMS versity. Airconditioning. Lovely I.rn.et
Walter E. Stoddard.
ber. mo., lot. Call 372-5393 and we will be ROOM U Manures %Radio
RIDGELL Clayton Guynn 3 furnished apt. nice .
nappy to show 'you this lovely U )fena7 WastedmLmw.oullimniamronwIemwu ABBliaBee Faraltore GOINGIN I
125 N. W. 13th Street FR 2-2511 cleat. For married couples on
218: SE 39th St. BUILDERS Member Multiple Listing home. ly. Adults no pets. Rant rea ,'""
3. BR.. i bam $350 down, toper sonable. Call 374-7844. "I"III.
Call FR 2-4125 Walking distance to elementary $400 DOWN and $89 a month for
8. Jr. High Schools Shopping & this extra nice 3 bedrooms 2 NEAR Campus 3 furnished 49 Rooms for Rent 66 Misc .For Safe.
COMPLETELY finished block bam home. Carpeting apartments. 2, 3 or 4 stu
-- -- -- and
303 & 313 SE 38th St. home on your own lot. With no drapes Included. Drive by 2015 dents. Roby. FR2 37 or BUSINESS.

304 & 314 SE"39th St. down payment. For more In- Churches.YOUNG N. E. 7th Terrace and then call FR 6-1082. ATTRACTIVE large room. In quiet NOW yo can enjoy cooking with

:3 BR. 1 bath. $500 dn. $44 | WATCH FOR formation call"TOM" 372-5393. NICE quiet. private steam modern home. Ideal for student gas. Gas rae. used Installed '60 VOLKSWAGEN

per mo. IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT heat aerial air conditioner. who needs a desirable place to FREE LP gas. U
MOVE In 3905 S. 37278S3. complete. Propane LP Covrtile. grey with new fiy.
LineaweaverFR AMERICA right W, 2nd Couple or single. $70. 406 NE study.
Archer Road. top. A-l
SW Phone FR throughout.
J Avenue. Ideal financing with 45110. lOl
nmmuullnmmflnTq1II FOR businessman. .
Cooperative apartments to 6-7788 $1500 down and $150 a month. Large bedroom. $1045
The under be built In Gainesville. For HOMESNW 3 bedrooms. 2 baths large lot room mate wantedto private bath. Facilities for light 59 RAMBLER
'following are coostructlon i share cool airconditionedapt. meals. 304 N.E. 7th Avenue.FR FOR SALE CHEAP, Restaurant
Information call FR 6-2921
and will be ready write Central heat. Call us at :372- for summer. Call FR 2-1708. formica counter and 24 stools CUito 4-door, 4 cylinder, auto
for occupancy toon. pr : 34th & 7th Avenue 5393. equipment. Complete m.tlc heater, white
4-2411 Mrs. Diekie. ftai rdi
P. O. Box 13956 GLADYS SMITH CLEAN. room close In. Dally ond: short order car.
3224 NW 29th Ave Gainesville, Flo. EYES RIGHT! Phone 372-7070 1 BR duplex. air conditioned $83. maid service, reasonable. 622 Call FR 2-075- or 2- 707. Mr. $645 Nie

1 BR. 2 bath. $710 dn 11112Del' REALTOR Avail. May 1st. Near Univ. Call N.E. 2nd St. FR 4-1423. Page. '
University Park See real dream living In Shadow FR 65190.COLONIAL 57 CHEVROLET
mo Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. Associates: Multiple Listing NICE clean room. private en- ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna Belalr Ra
FREDARNOLD Florence Manor Sub-lease avail trance. Refrigerator & heat.If Double stac comple Nothing .4.. automatI' .
Apts. D. Oliver. Bldr. Burns Ben Griffin die
236 NW 29th Avt. Caroline Noyes Dan Sheldon able. Air conditioned. $110 per desired Phone 374-2721 or else by. Brants. walls. Sharp.
3 BR, 2 bath ,$700 do. $9$ Ph. FR 2-om 1228W. University 372-5393 month. Call 374-1408 or call Mrs. 4052313.FURNISHED 513 NW. 8 $745
West en NW 3th Ave. past Roland at 372-7111.
[ >er
the Cleft Springs Intersection. room with private USED Chain Saws $50 New 57 DESOTA
Sea sIgn en left. Efficiency apt., water furnished entrance private bath, ter- 4 hp saws Wt.'s we up repair 2-door radio
3301 & 3311 McCOY'SMacoma MARYMOELLER $35 per mo. 3505 N.W. 17th St. phone and garage. Call FR 4- all chain sw lawn mowers. "ardto Automatic

NW 30th Aye. Call McKlnney Green Inc. FR 2- 5112.LARGE. Chain rentals MCUllO brakes.heal. pwer st.erl and

4' B R. 2 bath $450 dn, St1per Homes, REALTORCharm 3617. cool room private en Wisconsin tra"o Slr$795,
3 bedrooms. bath and to. Priced dealer. Florida Saw Co.
mo. E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN trance, bath and dressing room. 4-3411. '57 CHEVROLETStation
Inc.For $75 per m 0 nth. Students w.. For business couple or men.

3236 &. 3224 Sale very attractive 3- JR. come 22907. water furnished. Call FR Week or month. FR 11242. CLOSE OUT SALE radio wagon.heater, V-2t- .utomatl.

NW 30th Ave. bedroom. 1-bath home. 4417 Gracious Living DESIRABLE single room adjacent On Wallpaper. *8 a Roll Nice. &
Homes. Lots. Income Bus-
_3, BR,.,2 ,bath, $600'.dn. '$M E. University Ave.; walking ineM and Lake Property FANTASTIC entertainment space IS yours when you purchase this SPACIOUS 2 BR very turn attractive apt. Only upstairs $70 to bath use of refrlg. & HARPER PAIN CO. $695
distance to Lake Forest in Gentlemen
tremendous phone. 1416 NW
living only.
room. 3 10 S.W.
per mo, spacious 3 bedroom 372-4364 '
Farm and 2 bath
Acreage.B. per month. 705 NE 2nd St.-Phone 12th 7 56 CHEVROLET4Door
Schools. Price 12500. $500 bedroom. 2 bath home large Rd. Ph. 376-2896-
home In the S. W.
!. C. "CUBIT" KUEHN. Jr. Section. Good 376-5270. CAN'T FIND A SUCKER SO I'LL Belalr.
down and $7t.50 per month. studio fireplace, central heat radio
3330 & 3320 SJS N. MAIN ST. and air I financing. Only 19000. I SLEEPING room with kitchen prlv- HAVE TO PLAY For fair Automltc.tire .
Call Gerald V. Q. McCoyJr. conditioning. Within
% or ?
I F.IR. leter.
2 BR. furnished apartment. No lieces If desired. Phone FR 2- wal
FR 1-2032 Broker FR 6-C544 prices on wash .
NW 30th Ave. walking distance of the I
Day FR 67290. nights FR Finley e
pets. 311 S. E. 8th St. $80 month. 1754 or see at 517 NE 4th St. a pi
X B R. I path ,$ dn. $740 6-5015. Office corner N. Main school and University campus. Budget Phone FR 4-W61. ers refrigerators & appliance $695
per mo. and 23rd Blvd.NEW Large wooded lot with privacy ON this lovely 2 bedroom 1 bath. SINGLE rooms one block from repir call FR 4-0247. '55 CHEVROLET2door
all around. Price 26550. MOBILE home Ig. cabana room University. Maid service. Prefer HANDYMAN SHOP
It Is located in
the N.
Shadow Lawn Estates W. sec hardtop. Automatic. V-4.
no pets. Call 22290. male student. See at 1116S. .
tion has a nice yard and is like FOR SALE or trade radio heater, 2-tone White
Cuitom-bailt homes that took W. 2nd Ave. or call FR 4-3144. freeze up. paint.
City new. for only S400 down and $75 1 bedroom furnished apartment
right 22; WIU wall tires. Clealn.
coitom-bnUt. U tired
FOR RENT124E7thSt. you are a month. No qualifying.Swimming private entrance free water and $25 per month. trade for pre coo.10.
of homes COMFORTABLE $645
HOMES with that subdivision three bedroom 31-11
TV. Call FR.
antenna. 6-5112
ROOM accommodates two. Living after 5pm.SINGER
look. see two bath residence in North,
F. D. Oliv,,'. Bldr. east section. Hardwood floors Pool -741*. room bedroom private bath.rlv.te FEATHERWEIGHT with SPECIAL
entrance, one block from 55
: 1 Bath attractively landscaped lot FOR RENT, 1 BR apt., 300 NE portable
3 BR Ph. F& 3486 on AAAGINE yourself the of case. sold new$14*.
paved street. 11th St. Studious atmosphere.AvaIlable University. Refrigerator pro- ton pick up. motor.
.1 Year Lease $100 per Mo. WALTER West en NW 39th Ave. past this 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. April 16th. Rent $75. vlded. Prefer two male students, Balance only $75. Terms ar.nge \ $ G
the Glee Sprints Intersection. Just reduced to $24.500. Call 150 per month. Maid Service. $Hat 815 W. Univ. Ave. 37V '
Phone 376-1123.
111TfflllfflhIIIlluhIIU1TIIfflI41JUII1ll1llh11l1ALL STUBBS See lip OB left. IncomeTHREE for appointment to see it today. : 1116 S. W. 2nd Ave. or c a 11 53 FORD
LARGE clean newly decorated. FR 43164.SINGLE CU. FT. Phllco reasonably Ranch "'.g V-l, radio heater
bedroom stucco home We Have Fine ing Rm., bedroom. tile kitchen rerger.tor. new
OUR HOMES ARE INC. Many clean, treL
i with
garage apartment. Apt. or double room In large S Ph 376
& bath hot water heater.
I OPEN FOR YOU TO EN rent will 4 Bedroom Homes for Sale gas 4382 $99
ROSES. ROSES. ROSESIF pay most of mortgage range plenty of closet space. cool rooming house. 2 blocks NE 20th P..g"see.t 13
YOU LIKE GARDENINGSEE payment. Newly painted Inside Available now. Call FR 4-4509. off campus. Kitchen. living Rm. thoroughly
YoU- WILL JUST CALL.. 1321 N.W. 16th AVE. THIS and out. Located In nice. quiet & maid service. Call FR 22724. KEEP your carpets beautiful RECONDITIONEDSeveral
1123 S.E. 4th, STREET FENCED neighborhood. Total price S15,- MODERN furnished apt. for rent. spite constant footsteps of a busy GOOD PICK UPSFROM
3 BR. CCB HOUSE. FLA. RM. ROOMS tor co-eds Health Center -
FR 4-S30I or FR501mmallnmna 4-mt 000 with excellent terms. Call to Air conditioned $70 per mo. or family. Get Blue Lustre. Rent
PHONE 376-5394 FHA. $500 EQUITY. TAKE UP see this one today. plus utilities. Phone 372-4840 of technicians. $125 per trimester electric shampooer $1. McDaniellFurniture $'" TO
PAYMENTS OF $87 INCL. INS. 376-9023.. or $30 per month on W. Univ. $9
& TAXES. OPT STOVE REFRIGERATOR Ph, 374-0787 Co.. Gainesville' .$hp
& AIR.cOND. Lake HomesWE MOELLER 2 & 3 BR air conditioned aptsblks .. :3 ping .Center. RaulersonMotors

"We, Trade Houses" 2502 N.E. 11th TERR.. FR 2- have two new homes on Breezy ,, from campus low sum 51-A Wonted To Rent 143 Westinghouse washer end
57$$. Point. Lake Geneva offering mer rates. For appt.. to see ph. dryer deluxe. 2 separate appliances
I- 372-0481. $240 1944 GE deluxe
excellent boating fishing and bt
WHAT'SBACK swimming. A 3 bedroom. 2' bath REALTOR FOR RENT furn. 3 rm. ,& bath WANTED office space for politIcal dishwasher 110., Phone 4n-2 1611

I I with fireplace and a 3 bedroom apt. Good location. Ph. FR 4-5821 campaign headquartersPrice Newberry. HAWTHORNEROAD
1 bath with Reasonably or Inquire at 622 1st St. must be reasonable. would
garage. 1019 W. Univ. Ave. 376-4471 NE like suburban area. Call only SINGER 'RECONDITIONEDNEW
priced at 17900. and
respectively. $14,000. 1 BR furnished apt. tlvUroom., between 1 3 p.m. FR 2-0013. CONSOLEFULL 372-5285
38 Real Estate Wanted dinette and bath. $75 S80 $85 LASSITER MASON Home of A-l Used Cars .
price Payments
per month Phone ,374-0787. $3.4. I CARSTRUCKSJEIPSRAMBLER
$125 per W. Univ.
EconomyWELL 52 Boarders Wanted Ave. wHi. 11

of the constructed frame 2 BR WANT TO BUY 47 Houses .for Rent! Finn.I SPRINOSALEOPI -

home pines scattered on large around lot. Whispering this residence 2 or '3 bedroom home with .ea. house, suitable' for couple or WOULD like! *to board the' ,elderly 'ZIG' ZAG 'AUTOMATIC': r

make it attractive for family room and: 2 baths. Kitchen one person only. $50 a month best In food best In care. SEWING 'MACHINESUp
GROWINGDEMAND I" only $6,500. must be equipped. Central on Hawthorne Rd. Call FR no bed patients. Reply to box
heat preferred. Must be priced 2-4742. 3S4 A in care of GainesvilleSun. to 50 per cent off on such TRADE-INS

right with reasonable down fa nm bans White
3 BEDROOM 2 bath furnished Necchl
Write to Box 365-A ROOM and board for girls. Private ARE CLEANER
I ARNOLDRealty house. Near Campus. Available' plus liberal. trade-in. don't
( Gainesville Sun.LISTINGS. bath. use of washing ma-
early May. Write P. O. Box 126. miss dt '
Gainesville. Florida. chine. 425 N.E. 1st Street. Phone ENDS 30 BETTER CARS !
I Company. WANTEDFordyce FR 4-4084. SAE ARIL
Multiple Listing Member 2 BR. CCB furnished N. E. sec Sw Maine C

for Your Key to Good Living 121* W. Univ. Avenue Ph. 3723522 & Associates Inc. have tion. CaU FR 2-7154.* 54 Easiness Rentals Unv. .Avl FR 63 RAMBLER

3 BEDROOM furnished 4-dr 'Wf Cross Country station
need for new and Interesting ,suburban STOP!
A HUGH EDWARDS HOME FORDYCEREALTOR listings of homes and tots frame. Plenty of room, close to Mobile home owner. daitt tear w.g automatic trlnslslO

BUTLERBROS. In the Gainesville area. Excellent school. Available April 1st. 1120 AIR CONDITIONED out those windows, reclining
I clients are waiting' to per month. Call FR 2-4957. L. J. NEARLY new modern office or holes in your CN' c teats. tOO actual miles. NEwi

1 Colonials from $93 per month be informed of your listing. Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. s',1 inefficient h air $2495

FORDYCE 2 43 BR houses $100 per Ph. FR 4-2472, Weseman' Realty cdioners For economical

'. 1 12 bath homes from $77 mo. ASSOCIATES, INC. mo. 7 mln. from courthouse 1113 N. Main St. CONDITIONING HOME CENTRALAIR SYSTEMS 59 FORD
per: S mI to
n. Univ. Phone FRI
926 W, Univ. Ave37612MWANTED FOR rent 27 x 40' Warehouse. 425 call "Dan" FR 4-0247.
2-9854. W. Univ. Ave. Call FR 4-4141. T-pajsenger station "'
Florida modern brick LevelThis to buy houses to be A-l HANDYMAN SHOPELECTROLUX ulpped with .'ago e
fronts from $95 Split
: BR. 2 bath
HOMES? moved. or to wreck them. Phone furnished block GARAGE space for rent 613 S.W. mission, radio heater tr.ns
per monthS delightful 4 bedroom home 454-1650 High Springs house. Phone FR 2- 7U. i 2nd St. Call John Merrill Realtor. steering. Plus Factory pe
complete with a tremendous FR 2-1494. c
ATTRACTIVE completely furn. SOLD new $<0. Now $47. Like new. dltionlng. Enjoy( the Summer
recreation Is
Screened porch homes from for room waiting 41 Residential Income 3 BR. 'home. Available 20th OFFICE SPACE for rent. 424 N. I Guaranteed. comfort. I
Location $85 your Inspection. Down
April to 31st Of August. 1120 Main St. Phone 376-1480 If no I THE KIRBY CO.
month payment can be arranged 3722381 402 N.W. 34th Terrace. I answer 37J-1873 712 N. Main FR 4-1117. $995
per < and also excellent monthly GOOD INCOME; fully furnished 6-"t.
terms. Good northwest location. 1 & 2 bedroom duplex plus a 5- SMALL 2 bedroom CCB. house S I
and Calif. moderns from Consult FORDYCE & room house. Located on '100 x minute drive to V Water 1 61 Wanted to Buy WANTED 62 RAMBLERAmbassador
O $84 per mo. ASSOCIATES. 'INC. 376-1234 125' well landscaped lot, rented.reasonable. furnished Phone rltyU 2 Gal ell can wilt pay 10

Owner 372-5104. or cets each clean undamaged 400, wide bucket .
374-M55 4-8 WANTED: water cooler. must be cans. A&J Saw *, Mow Automatic transmission
Houses let
QualityWhen Redwood Shuttersand for Rent Unfurn. priced reasonable and In oood er Co. 2022 NE 23rd Blvd.. 1.le. AIR CONDITIONED '

NO MONEY 4%. tr working condition. Call 372-4441 Gainesville. steering power
DOWN VA Farms AcreageLOS
modem touch.
a $21,500
FOR RENT 3 BR, 2 beth, built-in ext. 20 t-5 weekdays.WE ,
It Comes To Pay Only $100 Closing will purchase this most attractive kitchen. comer lot, 2 blks. from LOVELY min cape collar, steering power braes. lk.
brick home. Lowdown TRANCOS WOODS Metcalfe School & Ir. high. 1943 BUY and sell all. kinds of furniture me 2 sm. washer f.

payment and monthly 14 ACRE wooded tracts west of NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. stoves, refrigerators perfectly $40 baby bathlnette $2295
LOCATION FHA LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT payments to suit your bud- Gainesville S3i5 downtotal Call 3725738.AVAILABLE clothes. radios TV. etc. Call excellent cond. Sit FR r

set. Consult FORDYCE & price S1S20. Drive west on New. FR 2-3f37. 2-1 783.

& QUALITYWe IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY ASSOCIATES. INC. 374-1234 berry Road turn right on SR April 15th. at 201 FOR galvanized metal 60CHEV :
No. 241 and watch for sign on NW 10th St.: 3 BR. 1 bath $75 SL .
A Garden Wall the right or call anytime for mOo Call FR 4-516S or FR. 6.me. 64 Household Goods ft. diameter. M ta -.sse we, o. .

Hove Only map to be mailed. Phone FR 247e.KEROSENE. ter. trlslsi clean carl
envelopes the well landscapedlawn TIlI I
Hugh Edwards Inc. of this :3 bedroom home. OWNERS 2 Bedroom house. plus den stove T-A-G APPLIANCES h. w. heater- $1395 :
kRitTN1n furnished. $125 month. 26 S.W
THE CREAM Economical monthly paymentsof Vi tN Ilan 1noA Tested and. Guaranteed 30 gaL -.new pot new car
$t7$. A loW.down pay field of regulation size with ad- 24th St. Call Gladys Smith, 42 Refrigerators from $39 up berator new fuel strainer .

N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. 372-1551 ment will move you Into It. ioming acreage for homesita Realtor. 3725393.FOR C Ranges from S3 up _$75. Call 3765190 I .

.. FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES.INC. and hangar. minute from town RENT unfurnished 2 BR 17 Washers from $1> up GOING out of busi 59 FORD
I 374-1234. Call enytimi.R.lph house $40 per mo unfurnished C Dryers from $49 upI ness. Will th bidin
Realtor 2 BR duplex apt $40 per mo. Food-Freezers from itt UP sizes of doors for al kll. Also Skyliner Retractable hard
Wishing FOSSEY Call FR 4-7446. 2 Dishwashers from $4* up door & FR top. Fully equipped Including -
11 W. University Ave. Ph. 37-135'Selling FOR rent In Archer. 2 BR. house 10 TV Sets from $35 up Jk & hine 6-0. autoa'l transmission
for' the perfect home? Then Florida Since WM" JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 6 I s'eer.
$40 Call 4722450. raio la'er.
toss your pennies Into this I per mo. 41' NW Sits Ave Ph. 3725303 MAYTAG WHIRLPOOL t KEL- Co. per a .

NOW! FULLHOUSEAIR swimming pool. Everythingyou 42 Farms & Acreage I MANY attractive homes available REPOSSESSEDCOMPLETE VINATORS. New automatic diSt.I. before i b .

C,) could planned want lit home an attractively I MARY Some with MOELLER kitchens, REALTOR equipped. 5 .wasr Ne Refrieratos from from $151$131..la.tf. ditl I.

Family room witn fireplace.separ.te $475 :
kitchen 4.* ACRES. beautifully wooded 1019 W. Univ. Ave. 376-4471. ROOMS New from 113.t.
dining room home site. N.W. 39th Ave. near New tcemaker refrlg. from
with breakfast area and an Mllihopper Rd. Intersection. SV FORDYCE RENTALS FURNITURE & APPLIANCES SERVICE WHAT WE $t.WE
elegant front foyer opening 900 terms. FR t-6443. Take Over SL
PALM VIEW CONDITIONING Into the living room. Wall SEVERAL attractive hsmes PaymentsSAILOR THE 'VAIET 61 CHRYSLER
to wall" carpeting Included.See being transferred out of 1 1t
available and apart
ESTATES this lovely horn today ments. Can or Contact For country taking his family with FR 6-3 U Sa brakes, air power

NW 39th Terr. ,&. S2L300 Consult FORDYCE dyce Associates Inc. Mm want someone to take over USED APPLIANCES BEAUTIFUL conditioned
.. ASSOCIATES. INC. 374- payments on tile furniture
W4 W. un"' Ave 376-1234
NW 16th Ave. appliance FURNITURE consists FRO DUS. $1695 .

$20.950'FERNWOOD AVAILABLE IN ALL Under 20 acres of -beautifully AVAILABLE April WTh at 903 of sofa chair In high Refrieratr from $3.J5.
$16,000 to 1234.FORDYCE wooded prime subdIvision NW 17th Ave. 3 BR, 1 bath $45 grade nylon converts to bed. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 60 FALCON
property. $1650 an acre. mo. Call FR 4-4144 w FR 4-9990. 2 end tables with matching THE VARIETY STORE
cocktaIl 2 lovely lamps, reclining J-dr S 4a L. Clean and ready
NEW HOMES 120 acres of Improved pastureland UNFURNISHED 3 PR, hOUSe. Stove chair lot so. ft. ot carpet. 1 sl la Avenue gal SAVE. .

byKirkpatrick ASSOCIATES INC. with Pensacola tahia, d refrigerator. 2414 E. UniV. 21" CONSOLE TV 6-3.
ot $ 40.00 en acre Ave. Phone FR 4-iTO efter 5:. SEWING MACHINE $795 .
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGORS P.M. for appt. BEDRM. consists of full' size dres-
.. 4-4 bookcase bed. 4..Z1g models ten ta lay a '
MANOR a.chest
& PiersonAll MULTIPLE LISTING REALTORS 130 acres available Immediately, 4 RM. frame house at 11M SE Boys room consist of set maple way Z brlatmea. Mutt sell. 59 FORD

NW 39th St. & Grace S.Benton.For yce.' Associate Broker for S22Q.OO an acre. 21st Ave. shady yard. t450'per bunk beds with match I n g Never pi vp. Brand Galaide 500 4-4r Auto
month. Call 372-4134. chest 7 dinette with for- '44 makes dozens .rdo
pc. radio tires.
13th PI. *14 W. Un"' Ave. 374-1234 These and many other fineacreage button I o m.tl
mica too. amity size refrigerator 0
listings available. CALL AVAIL. Ape25th.. near City Park.shopping. fa st\e f uu J. PRICED TO
$12250 to $16,000WESTMORLAND BR & stove also 0 b mra $
McKINNEY SChools. 3, study
new 64 homes In Highland Court Manor FORDYCE tv. mx. dn. rm. kit. equip ORIG. PRICE $1176 d'r of per month' $995 .

feature central, heating units convertible also GREEN ASSOCIATES, iNC. breakfast nook. FR 4-2493. BAL DUE $297 c for S$2. Call Credit di I

to central! air conditioning at your option. Installation DEATONREALTORS nt W. Univ. Ave 374-123 COMPLETELY 3 BR. house. Fenced redecorated back yard WKLY PA YM'TS $2.50No FOR aer.SALE 374-1 RoM-Top_AlrttqL desk 61 VALIANT

charges can be'added FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE I no thru street. Owner MI premises money dOWn. no payment May be seen at 1310 4-dr. EquIpped w a"olt
to mortgage -
your RURAL PROPERTIES through Sunday. Drive byno 115
ESTATES til May. Ask for Sear FurnitureIn Thomas Oa C* PR traslon Pi
for NE 12th St. .
pay-as-you-enjoy cooling l a svet
Addition No. 2 ; Madison Park ROBERTS C. SMITH REALTORU.S. a1ftrIONALFURNITURE MATCHING crystal gotxets Aiherbens
comfort in the hot summer months. It's another Hwy. 441 NJcaao y, Fla. FOR rent In AlachM has 2 BR.terrazzo blockhouse ; china closet did chest !J JIn -$995
l'yr.. old. "
NW 39th Dr. & CHOICE b the key wordYes011 Ph. 464-3110 WAREHOUSE sm.
significant Improvement for comfort would like to see this attractive floors S> tile bath carport utility Ut CI' k
NW 8th Aye. your and delightful 3 B. R. 2 bath 3 ACRE Tracts West of Gaines- mv $60 per ma. Call 442 3422 Beach Blvd FL ,2 chen HOer re 61 RAMBLER

$20,000 to $30,000 by Kirkpatrick & Pierson. home. Beautiful Inside planter vflta. near Medical Center. M 1871 or 442-157 anytime. Open DAILY Jacksonville. f s 1 er, new Bro I sap American station wagon. Ep-

Central heatParquet floors Acres available. Ft po end 1ies 2 w" fal
8C3 NW. lOfts Ave. :3 BR. unfurnished trlJ
3104 llP w au
160 ACRES West of Gainesville. comfort >
A visit to this home will be convincing home with stove and refrigerator MIN- sturdy oak eal p r
Priced under $18.000. tits per acre. .semifinished Fla "". abe DOi. dining a b! S 1s pretty car. we.A
Over 20 Models priced from $12,900 -. Can be FHA financed CaM 40 ACRES Ap rox. < miles from $118 mo. Ph. FR. 4-2472. Weso- fi el and g e i SALE lar Oladwm bulbs I tool .r,
for an appointment- FR. 2- GatnesviKe. Sits Acre. Archer Fi : FOR Also beautiful ,
All Cit Services man dti 1 ce $995
to $17,250 3417. MARY MOELLER REALTOR UI3 fc Llgwstrum. Phone '
:3 BR. 1 bath 611 N.W. 34th Te* .
101 W. Univ. Ava. 37U71
110 per mo. Call McK&fIrI ROOM bedroom FR 6-31. : f
race s.
a VA and FHA Approved Plans Northwest Inc. FR 3-317. .IVIN dmnette T-V 'T-V
Green s. N Au HI-* and c i irei
43 Colored Property p Ha Down Payment
In tond
If- Itavc a large family and I p' l SE
... .Monthly Payment you 121 N.W. 25tf Street. Close_ UnIv. -
.' Free Membership in Exclusive wan plenty of room, this nice 3 bedroom 1 bath range and re ? la like MWVARIO&S >
.. .
.'-firom $74.38 home wlU serve youu.. 4 BR HOMES FOR SALfc frigerator. $118'-Mo. or can fur. --- '$ 57 FORD. wa,. $195

Resident-Restricted Swim Club t batHs -Oining room Large 2 a. 3 Bedrooms SE t4tti St. I. lush, a* cond. on -lease at higher 65 ..tt esOIANDPAINTEO : housep Stove, 57 PLYMOUTH $195
p ," panelled Florida Room Fireplaces SE Tttl. Ave. Some no down pay rate. FR 4-1565 evenings FR -refrigerator ted jm,, elect'00frtUnces. CHEVY $595
In Fla. 'Rm. & LIming ment. Some small down pay. 2-7883 china clock rare I dtaUtrcycla.! wiflon
Rm. Hardwood floors which anon:. Monthly payment SS7 to I > "bb 59 RAMBLER. wa". $59*

Min. Down... FHA have lust been refMshed. It you S6S. Also homes beat on your CLEAN 2 BR. kitchen' equipped. conectors S3QB, 121 Hem exl. c, bod.fiOO. 'stroOer.. :a rvcr." $ers.-. 'm 57 PLYMOUTH $495
e.20 Sfit. I. 7
want to live to a choice neighborhood ,lot for M cIIDMt pa'neme. Ideal for worklna ped S.
Nothing Down V/. and be within a few CS TOMMY RIOGEUL St. $40- per ..'.. P*.. *- DINETTE enairsbedroom f ,CHEVROLET $150
Nocks 01 the University a It d Builder Phone Fit .2-4725 S724. 66Mhc.hSali.BlCYcl.IC ture Ultramaife CalorIc .-

n j. J. FWey school This Is toe QHE. 3 aa. __ f'ivslaiied S4$ ."almost new. Very rsaaep-' Many wore t d from.RIDGWAY .

location. Call today 2-3617. Owner 45 Furnished Aprs.SwMMER per 1Mwliter Included. Available condition. ab 3.0.

,. ) S1 will consider: a reasonable of. May 1st. 3 BR. wnfurwslied FR f N.W. 7 P. ORTAE1MOOr914 Stereo"*s tjMobiiette
SALES :OFFICE fer. speci*!, I J> 1 bedroom tew S54 trIO. 'Hof water. motor .cvy'hew
apartments welt furnished, quiat and w. klduded 1 UNDERWOOD el typewriter, ,.
heater tef Pit
tni trbnester, Jeff, *
NW 39thTerr. & -.', BUILDERS and DEVELOPERS Acreage location couples only no pets. Available now. Call 45-2362. ecl c U57 'Chive 3851. c '
; NW 16th :'Ave- WOO per mo. L J. Moreno 2SQS Brookef, Fla. \ excellent MOTOR co.
.. 14.U ACRES bl the WiNDSOR NW ,m St. Phone 2-4937.. Ws Call 3Uf BRAND r ti elMoaa W8 .,
Tel FR 2-9545 area. Wooded UAQO.IIOT. For Rent tress. -* fcjCU '
,, or- ::Soles Office, Located at NE 23rd Blvd. U desired. Call FR 23417.ASSOCIATES 1 BEDROOM air cottMioned I 49 Rooms. DN', UPHOLSTERY- .mndy- CO7 after rpjn. 'wtl- Bf 1132 S. Main St.
Nights and Holidays furnished apartmori. J4w I a $ N
J. Fred HJ.. Wiltshire Apartment IlL UU S.W. 2nd I ROOMS for men. Weekly maid I. down SALE Danish Mn couch. Ilka < FR 2-8433
C-wy J m
I.I _._ writ Mil
.FR 6-9048. and 11th:Terrace Phone 372-3471 CaL J. W. Davis Ave. Colonial Miner Apts. SI IS. service linen and refn9 r* ar Free ostimatev. .. cat 0 for

,. -...-. -, ,'; .: .' ; Jayne ButteiwoitH ;'., 1 block from campus. Occupancy fum\stled. 37MW er 1n-1.1.- 'livery service. All work"guaran' 'tact Sit _*1) KW. 1 ,$t. -Apt .tQ* I't .__ __
: teed. Phone 37tV77U.
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77 Mobil Homes for Sale 85 'AriMMUlM for Sate 85 Automobiles for Sate 85 Automobiles for Sate 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobile for Sale I 85 AutAnwbiTe for SaleM

70 Boats-Marina Equip. .73 Musical MerchandiseSPINET ..
bedroom nouse trailer S90Q. BRING out the best in your car. PRICED for quick sale 1959 FOR SALE Spitfire 4. Triumph wnevy biscayne, 4 Dr. iedanj
17' FIBERGLASS boat, with ii TWO one bedroom house trailer S750. FORD. 1956 40,. R .. H. A-T. 1962 4 dr. Galaxle 500. Ford, $1695. Superior Auto painting & body MGA Roadster mechanically priced for quick sale. Call 372- Turquoise with white top. 6 cylInder -
electric start outboard Piano used Mahogany Can be rented., Phone 37-(234: new paint lob. new tires battery Phone. 372-0245 or 3723407 Dealer. work. Fast dependable service good.- needS body work. $5 514call 3032. power glide W-W under
HP. mot & tag, bargain at $275 or best FR 2-7005. 40,000 miles $1140. Call R. Anderson
with bench $3 S.IT'S
tor. Boat trailer also. 4 yre. old. finish matching Monday to Friday 9 to Call free pickup. delivery. 1956 MERCURY 2 Dr.
offer. Needs repair. hardtop FR 64301 ,
some evenings or
Gridley Music Co. FR J53S3Automotive BODY WORKS. 2031 NW 6th St. ,
Call 376HffB.BOSTON FOOLISHto FR 3-0338. 55 CHEVROLET. 2-dr. b. r dtofv 1961 COMET. R. H excellent good condition. $300. 1f4 N.W. 6-7571 days.
new paint and tires. Good FR 69707. cond. 31,000 mU Call FR 2- 4th St.
WHALER pay more. RECKLESS to FORD 1.59. 4-door Falrlane 500. condition only $425. I 1963 CHEVY II. station wagon. 37S4.
DOUBLE hulk fiberglass, unsinkable pay less. GET THE REAL V-a automatic transmission. Ra- 57 PONTIAC. Convertible. $29$. J white, red Inferior 2 seat belts 1958 PONTIAC Ctiieftian. A good FAIRLANE 500Must DODGE-DART
16' boat with 75 HP Evin.rude. FACTS. Payments as low as dio heater. Good condition. S795 Wright's Body Works, 2031 NW radio heater a. air conditioner.Take one $850 Cash. Phone FR
top SlAgt I year old. $57.29 "month with $300 down. Phone FR 6-2969. 6th St.. 376-9707. after 6, 372- I payments. Call FR 67503. selL 1962. Power steering DODGE TRUCKSPOOLEGABLE
per over
I New $3300 Bar 17 Mobile hones .for Sale. 5806. i 3962 SW 2nd I ORIGINAL OWNER, 9 passeiv radio heater white side walls. ,
LAKE GENEVAMobile 2-0768 or see at i
gain at $2200. Can be financed. I I custom Take
FORD 56 Falrlane. 4 dr. V-a radio ger Suburban 59 Plymouth up payments of tAS.OS.
, Phone FR J-9643 after 5 p.rn. NOW SHOWING Homes Sales a. "heater dean.. top shape. Call 1961 Corvalr Coupe stick shift. Ave. station wagon. Good Call 872-1M1 after 4 p.m.
60 H.P. Inboard ski boat & trailer 1964 MOBILE HOMES Rt. 100 SE Keystone HtsFia. FR 2-OU4 or FR 4-9819. 1307 E. $995.Dealer.Phone 372-0245 or 372-3407. VW. '63 Micro-Bus, deluxe model,] condition. PP8.. R & H, FOR SALE 1957 Chevy stick, 6 II
ki good condition. Needs paint 2 and 3 bedrooms, all Floor 1960 KENTUCKIAN 10' X SS Unlv. Ave.KARMANN radio, heater curtains low mileage low mileage. Will sacrifice cyL', motor overhauled recent 119 SE First Ave.
only. Must selL $350. See at .Gator Plans. Terms tailored to meet with 10x 45* aluminum 1963 COMET 4 dr. Custom $1595. very clean. Split front for $795. May be seen at ly. 1 owner good tires. FR 63088. 372.4343
Marine. your budget. Drive a little and awning Lot 26. Hickory Hill. GHIA. 1959 caner Phone 3725928 or 3723407. Deal- seat. Price $. ". Melton Motors, 1325 NE. 12th Terr. .
save a lot at tible. Excellent Cond. Blue book er. 703 N. Main St. FR 67571. I ,
boat. left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES .- =.
plywood 3 -- ---
12 FT..vottom Only retail $1,180. sell for $995. 1906 -
Bottom fiberglassed. Trailer. CONNOLLYMobile SAVE to SUM N.W. 9th St. FR 6-9856. L. ---, ,.__ r_. -, -. > .' __
25 H. P. Motor. and Ski Equipment Home Sales; Inc. BANK FINANCING -
$250.00 376-5908 after 600 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 NEW 10' wide mobile homes LANCER 61, mod-770 4 Dr. s-sttck, I
,PM. or anytime weekends. Phone t Q2-1166 Town & Country Trailer Sales new tires 39,000 mL Bal. S960. I
IS' CROSBY Fiberglass boat with CioMd Sundays 3860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 22290. Mr. Balwln 374-4404. I LOOK! LOOK
50 Hp Evtarude motor trailer. SPECIAL 50 x r Liberty 2 bedroom. MERCURY 1956. 2 Dr. hardtop
all In excellent condition. Good 10x50 Mobile home and 50x100 deluxe modeL AIr conditioned. good condition. $300. 1UI N. W.
,buy at $1100. May be seen at lot. 1 mile S. of Pains Prarie. Indirect lighting. Walnut 4th St.MERCURY. NO DOWN PAYMENT I
Gator Marine' All State Mobile Homes. FR paneling. Aluminum. Must see to 1955. 9 passenger

72 Office Equipment 63052. appreciate. $2,495 FR 27994. V-a heater wagon excellent auto. trans.condition., radio.1 50 GALLONS OF GAS FREE! !

40MODELS : 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals owner. Good tires. 3722340.
GAINESVILLE S largest volume of- (This offer ends April 15))
flce supply dealer. Chesnuf RENT a truck one-way anywherein MERCURY Monterey 1957 4 dr. i
Office Equipment Co. Invites you CHOOSe. the USA. from United Rent- HT. full power no down. $t per wpL
to In and shop, or call for ON DISPLAY TO 62835. week. H 4 H Motors. 1636 SE
come FROM LOWEST PRICES. Alls ill NW 8th Ave. FR 57 DODGE $7.50 wk.
.free delivery. Cnesnurs Office SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. 3rd Ave. 9-passenger wg.
Equipment Co. 106 W. Unlv 83 Motorcycles & Scooters MORRIS MINOR, 1958 4 door se- 57 PLYMOUTH Station $5.00 wk.
Ave. Downtown Gainesville. TRAILER MART dan $250. Phone 376-7706 after 5 wg.

TAX TIME. Adding machines and Hwy. 47. Phone 328-1050 1960 NORTON motorcycle 600 cc. PM. 56 MERCURY, 4-dr. .... $7.00 wk.
calculators. New and used. Park. OPEN WEEKDAYS in excellent condition. $400. OLDS 1960. 2-door factory stick.
Office Outfitters. Can 454-1041 after 7:00 PM. Good cond. $925. 1954 OLDS. 57 OLDS 88' $7.00 wk.
rs Complete UNTIL 9 p.m. Super ....
The only authorized Olivetti 6 59 ZUNDAPP Super Sabre. In Good running cond. $225. Ronnie
"Underwood Agent In Gainesville.Ph. condition. Priced for Im. Young 372-5097. 56 FORD 4-dr $7.00 wk. 4- 4LI'
EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA good .... .... .
372-2555. 601 W. Unlv Ave. sale $135. Ross Jeffrey, Glyn- PONTIAC. 1955. V-8. 4-door, standard '
FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES wood Trailer Park Trailer 17. transmission. Excellent 60 RENAULT .... ........ $7.00 wk.
73 Musical Merchandise condition. $300. Phone FR 64278.
4820 NW 13th St. 441 South 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS STUDEBAKER Lark. 1959. 6 cyl. 56 CHEVY, 2-dr sedan ........ $7.00 wk.

Of Christmas ORGAN Left SALE overs. All -Hours Gainesville 1 to 8. Sunday 3725113 11 to 7 SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP over Phone- rlve.3768598.VOLKSWAGEN radio. I heater. $595. 57 CHEVY, 4-dr ................ $4.00 wk.
new organs. Savings up to 30 Service Is a must with us. Your car's pep t power show
per cent. Earns Piano Co. up with a tune-up at BROWN'S 61. $200 equity 57 DESOTO, 2-dr hardtop $8.00 wk.
702 W. Unlv. Ave. ,3722222TRUCK SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed and take up payments. Call 475- c r 1 n 6
WYATTTrailer recapping 4 wheel alignment. 2833. 55 MERCURY, 4-dr ............ $7.00 wk.
1963 CHEVY II Station wagon.
USED PIANOS Grand Air conditioned auto. trans., 58 FORD, 4-dr .................... $8.00 wk.
1 USED small piano was Sales 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE radio & heater three seats. I
$295. 10 extra nice
$595 now rebuilt ,
white side walls 4,000 miles
upright pianos. 1 used elec.player less than 5 mos. old $100 cash, j
AUSTIN-HEALY 3000. I960, white
piano 15 free rolls oiven Home of Coleman Motors
payments. Call 372-
over-drive lump seats Going up
with this fine piano. only $495- Pacemaker Mobile Homes
(171 I to 5-372-5738 after 5PM.
New piano save $100 on a piano Shasta and Airstream to service. 376-3211 ext. 5586, or .
on the floor. 2 new pianos Travel TrillersOCIla'i _376-0485. 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-1451
slightly damaged In transit lUbe First Mobile Home CORVAIR 1960 4'DR. auto- 1963 Monza Coupe, stick shift.
100,000 miles in 1000 hours-that the Comet
stantlal savings Stereo c o n- Dealer Since 1948 matic transmission, radio & bucket seats. $1695. Phone 372- was DurabilityRun
soles. prices greatly reduced on 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. heater excellent condo $895. 0245 or 3723407. Dealer. You won't want to drive that fast or that long-but you
Curtis Sylvania Mathis.Motorola Your Pilot credit and Is Phone Ocala 629-1358 Fla.x30' Ph. evenings FR 67883. I can count on enjoying the same engineering skills and basic
good with us. GAINESVILLE CHEVROLET 1960 Impala, 2dr.. know-how that made Daytona possible in any Comet in our
$ mobile home newly constructed
MUSIC CENTER, 1025 W. Unlv. 5 min. hardtop power steering radio, showroom. What's deals hot!
Ave. 3725421. 10 x 20' cabana heater power glyde transmission. I more-our are just as
from campus. Town t Country Phone FR 66950.
UPRIGHT piano In good condi Trailer Lodge. Ph. 3762865. W.
tion. $ 1216 NE 20th Ave. A. Kelly. CHEVY 1957 station wagon, V-a, \
excellent cond., new tires. CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY
-a Best offer. Phone 377-6623. or -
FR 64556.
CORVAIR Monza, '63,
with radio heater white sidewall I "It's Easy to Trade With Crane Lincoln-Mercury"

CLEAN SWEEP! Assume tires.payments 8,000 ,actual small miles.equi 506 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. PHONE FR 2-4251
ty. Will consider older car for -
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equity. Call owner at 372-S441, --- : :
ext. 33, 8-5 weekdays. -

CHEVY. 1954. 2 Dr. 6 cylinder
Everything also have '57 Buick body would
like to.sell and would like to .
buy VW body. Call after a p-m. J.

63 STUDEBAKER. Cruiser all pwr and air. . $2195 DODGE 3769657. 1961 hardtop. 6 cylinder FIRST AMONG THE FINE :

std. . $1395 standard transmission.
62 COMrr.4-dr. radio heater eo eo R and H. Low mileage. Excellent .

63 METEOR. PS. Auto, still In warranty . $2395 Reasonab.W-W Call Exceptionally 3Z2-7677. clean. CARS OF1THE WORLDMERCEDESBENZ .

DODGE 1957 2 dr.. Sports Coupe,
62 VW. Spotless . . . . . $1395 auto. trans., radio & heater SHAW and
good tires & engine. $295. Call

61 FORD. Galaxie 500 R&H. full pwr & air. ., $1595 Jack Sun. after Varney 4 PM.FR 6-5212 Sat. or : : %

59 BUICK. Invicta full power and air eo. . $1095 ENGLISH vert. '61,FORD good cond.Consul Down con pay- ;
ment and take over few remainIng :

62 FALCON very clean automatic . . $1395 3725478.payments. 510 NE 6th Ave. KEETER

59 CADILLAC. 4-dr deVille loaded. Air . $1995, FORD 50,000 1957 actual 4 miles.dr.. stand Very clean.shift. -

Best offer. Phone 3725478 or
61 T-BIRD. PS, PB, EC, EW. Air. . . $2495 can be seen at 510 NE 6th Ave.
61 RAMBLER wagon PS, Factory air. . $1295Let R & H, P.S., bucket seats small
equity 454-1691.assume balance- Phone 63 FORD $2295

FORD, station wagon, 1957 WWS. AVE. PHONE FR 2-4251

Us prove to you I gine.auto. Excellent trans. Condition.Thunderbird Ph-en-: Galaxie 500 4-dr. V-8 engine, 352-Cu. ln_ Cruise-O-
I 312-8869. Matic transmission radio heater steering whitewall
That a Soft buy used cars is your !buy power
1- tires. Beautiful blue finish.

Crane-Lincoln I Mercury"It's II 62 CHEVY $1645

Easy to Trade with Crane Lincoln Mercury HAWES POWERS USED CAR LOT \\ -

516 S. MAIN STRUT FR 2-3631
4-dr. Equipped with V-8 engine radio heater power
SMITTY SAYS: ;- glide, transmission, aw conditioned. Tutone blue over if;
{ white finish J"

AT BARKLEY MOTORSIt's THESE CARS HAVE GOT TO GO! t1};,al. BUICK $17 45 n.2,. : .' .

the IN STOCK OVER 30 DAYS : 4-dr Electra 225 hardtop. Dynaflow transmission .=.... ,
-. radio, heater power steering power brakes power "
-t. windows. PLUS air conditioning. Whitewall tires. .:E '0
DIFFERENCE [ Attractive solid blue finish. .j: .
I Some Priced At Wholesale and Some BELOW '


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4-dr Fairlaine 500. V-8 engine. Cruise-O- -
COUNTS a Matic transmission power steering radio 1
heater. AIR CONDI rJONED. Sharp futON "i

At Barkley Motors our policy Is Competitive Prices. NOW'S THE TIME! white and grey.

The "DIFFERENCE" is your trade-in is worth more.
So before you trade see our quality preOwnedcars
and check"difference" our high trade allowances. The
will never be less than right now! 60 CHEV, 4-dr. Impala. automatic, radio, heater, air condo . . . . .$1445

64 FORD XL 500. This car Is fully equip- 60 DODGE 4-dr., automatic. 6-cylinder ready to go . . . . . . .$595 'ifS

ped including factory air conditioning. Very 60 DODGE 4-dr automatic, '6'. PS, R&H V-8 engine . . . . . . .$795

low mileage. Save on this practically new 60 CHRYSLER New Yorker. 4dr. PS PB. Auto Air condo . . . . .$1425
car. . . . ..
. .. . $3995 .
63 PONTIAC! -2-dr hardtop. Loaded with 59 PLYMOUTH. Fury 2-dr hardtop. PS Auto. R&H. V-8 . . . .. . .$895 .s -'M .-

equipment including factory air conditioning. 69 IMPERIAL, 4-dr hardtop ((2)) PS PB. R&H, V-8's . . . : . . .$1195 "- ,'- SAVE UP TO :

Reduced for this sale to only $2995 59 FORD, 4-dr. Galaxie, I automatic. R&H power steering . . . . . .$795 _
FORD Galaxie 500 2-dr hardtop. -

Cruise-O-Matic transmission power steering 58 .CADILLAC, 4-dr. automatic. R&H PS. PB. Air cond . . . . . .$995 .

radio heater. Whitewall tires. SAVE 58 CADILLAC 4-dr. automatic., R&H PS PB. sharp . .'. . . . . . .$995 $300 '.-"
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$2395 58 CHEVROLET, 2-dr. drives out real good. SAVE . . ... . . . .$295

62 equipped CHEVROLET including convertible automatic, transmission fully factory, 58 BUICK 4-dr sedan. PS. PS. R&H. Auto Air i cond. . . . . . . .$645 .. -.. ,.

power steering radio heater. A beautiful 57 PLYMOUTH. V-8. automatic radio heater. Sharp cars (-2)) . . . .$395 59 CHEVROLET ....................................................... $69S

car . . . . . $2095 56 CHRYSLER n 2-dr Biscayne. Equipped with powergllde transmission, and heater. Tutona white ever red.
real See
runs good. this one reduced to . . . . . .$295 finish. White wall tires.
63 CHEVROLET Impala 4dr hardtop. Full

factory equipment including factory air. A 57 OLDS. 4-dr wagon. P S, PS, R & H, runs good . . . . . . . .$295 59 OLDS ................,................................................. $945

good car at o low price . . $2695 63 VW, Kombie-Birs. station wagon 7.800 actual miles .'. : . . . .$1695 44r Beautiful tr,Mane fiardlop.white Hydramatle over let bUck transmission finish. power steering, radio, luater. WhHe wall tire*. '

62 FORD 4-dr. Sedan. Fully equipped including 63 SAAB, 2-dr. 4-speed transmission radio heater like new . . . . .$1185
air conditioning. Automatic radio 62 FORD .............................................................. $1745
heater. See and SAVE 63 FITA, 1100 4-dr sedan. Like new only 13,000 miles . .'. . . . .$1095 Victoria 2dr bardto W. v.. engine. Power steering CrvtsVOMatic transmission. Radio, heater.
. . $1995 White waif tires. Tutone white over bronze finish.
62 CHEVROLET, 2-dr Impala 2-to choose 63 RAMBLER, American ,4dr. automatic radio heater.. 99S0 ml ..:. ... . .$1345

from. Super Sports, fully equipped includ- 63 BUICK, Special 4-dr. station wagon sharp and ready to go . . ... .$1945 IT SPECIAL

ing factory air. Come early and take your 62 VALIANT, v-200. 4-dr. heater. 16,000 actual miles, sharp . . . .$1495 57 FORD .............................................'..:.............. $195 '
choice . . . . . $2495 4-dr. V-a engine Ford-O-Matlc transmission* radio and heater Sharp blue and white
62 CHEVROLET. Impala 4-dr sedan 4-to 62 VW, Sunroof a real clean little car . . . . . . . : . $1495 finish.

choose from. Equipped with automatic 62 PONTIAC Tempest, 4-dr. wagon radio, heater clean as a pin . . .$1395 I .

transmission, power steering, radio, heater. 62 CHEVROLET !Mi Ton pickup truck save a lots here . . . . . .$1495 --of -n -. _
PLUS Factory Air Conditioning $2295
63 FORD Galaxie( 500. Equipped with 61 PLYMOUTH 4-dr wagon. (2)( ) PS, R & H, AT. V-.$, Air cond. . . . $1300 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED-

power steering, radio heater. A real specialat 61 OLDS, 4-dr'88'. PS PB. R&H, AT This price will shock you. . . .". .$1395 ON-THE-SPOT

. . . . . E E
$2095 61 VALIANT V-200. Automatic, radio heater nice car . . . . . .$895 6% FINANCING
61 CHRYSLER. Newport 2-dr hardtop.
Fully equipped including air conditioning. CARS

Reduced to only . .' . ell $1785 4

60 T-BIRD Loaded with accessories including 62 STUDEBAKER ........ .... t $675 63 DODGE .... . .... $2745
factory air Clean, inside and out. 12-MONTH
See and drive Automatic heater 4.dr real nice condition. .440-. Power steering blokes radio, heater. air I, G t
today . . $2195 4s 4. SERVICE ELAN
conditioned. Like new inside and out. SAVE'. j
58 LINCOLN, fully equipped including fac- a LOW DOWN

tory air conditioning. A real luxury car.

Many many cprefree miles . $995 II I I R wARBAT PAYMENT

Test the Sunbeam "Imp" Phone SPECIAL I-YEAR GW I -' -- : -- --- -

16 Unique Sports Car features 61 SPRIT.E ...... ..... .... ........ $945 '
Racing style engines ., 6-3400 [Convertibre. nICe., nice! WARRANTY 61 FORD .............................................................. $1095:
Fairlaine 500. whit Cruise-&Mtic transmission, Tutone
44r Equipped white wait tires. whftr
40 Miles per gallon of gasoline over blue fII sh..

,e 5,000 mile service interval I

62 PLYMOUTH ......................,............................. $1345 '
HU wagon. Equipped will v.. engine. Automatic transmission power steering. Tutors WIth

; I &i5!S. j Hawes Powers Motor Co. over light SHAW blue fit sh.. & KEETER"Your

; SEE: J. L Smith, Frank Gray, Wilbur Sligh, Mac McCullough.

BarkleyMolors I IMln Plymouth-Valiant-Chrysler-Imperial-Simca, Sales and Service 1/ Friendly Ford Dealer Since 1924"i,

"We will not be undersold or out-traded" i
I 238 W. AYE.
the Auto Game. .; ", Barkley's the Name" .

2201 N. Maui I : -- 'fltn3, I 312 N. Main Sf FR 6-3400 PHONE 372-0503 -


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METROPOLITAN new motor. Needs convertible minor! -I jJ.re- TIME AUTO SALES
pairs. Packard W4 new tag.unsgood PAINT JOB I SI
1001 H. Mds u. dW
r $175 for both. 372 7P FR 2.1411 RIGHT

JIM Ford Sunllner.! convertible
new top t new paint lob. SMS. Courtesy I
Phone 372.592or 372-3407. Dealer I Spring Special I

'_157,BUICK- new paint 'lob, 350.. I N.Uniyersity M.is k. at I I \ \ US 1!

Phone'377 SW$ or 3723407. Deal- .
I $
er._ !, $3995 i
:M CHEV. small. V- engine. 4 bar- :
reH carburetor .stick ,trans.
tra -voacL $tso complete. See EX-I I
drive It. J. W. Phillip. U s I
.. Car Alachua. II
, I
'1963 Volkswagen sedan alr-coodi- 9i 9
jjonlmu, PHone PR2-711*.miner i
CASH tor your old car. H&H Motbrs. -
,- 1636 SE 3rd Ave. I

1M1 BUICK Electra convertible. j
excellent condition. See I
eo.t.411 405 power HE 'W- Aye after. *,M.

: 87 Automobiles Wonter 611 Body SW Shop 3rd St. The i P Pt

Delivered, S \
)anted 1950' thru 19J4. Fords FR 2.0538
,and Chevrolets. f U S.E. 4th h
.$t. AI Herndon Service station. II only:

iit, NEW 1964 AND GMC I"II] II $ : !I 0 c% \ AITa



: LOW : I H I than i

$175D about

AS I ;;

:tI11i 1 56 33 'Par Month Including tax title,

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: lift insurance, financing charges.NO .

.1 I ilt GIMMICKS --, Can 1 be>> bought>> at then car. THE PARADE IS ON !
I II! terms! 2.doxcn In stock to choose from.

Tropical Pontiac


GMC Truck Center

I 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2.3582 I 1132 .S. BUSINESS IS BEING DONE!

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500 CAR
Air {door. this Is a very I door sedan. This car must 4 door hardtop. This car has
GOOd ear and It Is very clean. be seen to be appreciated. It very good tires and will
The car 1 Is equipped with "," has the original black and make good transportation. It
lea- cylinder engine> automatic white finish and original Inter Is equipped with V-a, automatic '
Irani. radio ft heater. It has tor. power steering radio, '.
a green and Ivory finish and and heater
very good tire*. Bargain Intransportatk

VOLUME $495 m. '6Z $595 CHEVROLETImpala $795

seat. Coupe. The car Is 56 PONTIAC
'57 PLYMOUTH equlppfc. with factory air
conditioning power steering. 2 door hardtop. The ear Tsin
Savoy 2 door hardtop. Sharp. radio heater and a new set good condition and Is equipped
Red and ivory with whitewall of whttt wall tires. The with Vengine, automatic
I tires Equipped with I Val color is turquoise and the transmission radio and
engine automatic and heater. interior is matching heater.

of the $595 $2395 $295

'- 4 Falrlane 500 Sports coupe. '58 THUNDERBIRD
4 door hardtop. Beautiful This is a one owner car
red finish with matchIng that has 24,000 miles and Is 2 door hardtop. This Is one
Interior and white walls. In like new condition. It is of the cleanest cars you will
We intend to sell 500 cars and trucks in our The car I* equipped with V-$ equipped with red and white see. It has the original paint
engine automatic, power leather bucket seats. V-8 and the Interior Is very clean.
steering radio <. heater. This engine radio heater and It is equipped with automatic
Fair or, 84 every 10 days during April and May. car has low mileage and is white wall tires. Don't miss power steering power brakes
clean as new. seeing this one. radio and heater

nzz: & seat. $2795R. $1795 $1295

VOLUME is the reason ,
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for less! woralhnase 1HS M M
we see ,,
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FEDERAL PRICE light t t.M .i{
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_:":'::'r"rs 11aa1CMAMCAQ ." 4f i+y d'I

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e.o..lEd 1. n +c
1145 iapala S'et,

.. =- .A::t Quality 4 rh I \

Vtvitc/SUver Blue
Every new car and truck in stock Blue.TllTiat '
is cut and pl I':nly I marked for tadd.dlaatwant 4 palate I 'h>" Y
2 v
this sale 1 ._ s.aw t -: "', _
Vacua ?ores air,
230 >W Turtotlr about A. "Friendly Leos "IV W. A. ".UtfI.liII .
towara1Ld. Tnlll Bob" Adams Stanley ," Tuten

example: Last' at.etiaj
Vkaet TrI.
BIscayne 4 door sedan. A 4 door hardtop. This Galaxle 2 door. This car H
very clean car that Is In car has 44,000 miles and Is solid black with black and
your very good mechanical condi In perfect condition. The car white Interior. Also It Is equ-
tires. tion. The color Is white and Is fully equipped with air ipped with V-a engine radio,
the equipment Is a "a" cylinder conditioning power steering. heater and automatic trans
engine. radio. heater power brakes radio heater mission.
standard shift. and white walls. This car U
t>EStnAthoNf original Inside and out. '

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s MOUNT, $1095S3 $1395

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.xy u1n w 63 THUNDERBIRD '
trade .,
Plus highest
ua.lu. '
""' r ea.lI. ni.1w FORD '
allowance Convertible. Beautiful white .
on car.
Coupe (Sting Ray) loaded with tan leather Interior, fully
Calaxle XL, 4 door hardtop. sold for $6000. New equipped equipped Including factory air ..
Maroon and white with black with air conditioning power conditioning. The tires are
eaa.. like a leather bucket seats. The car steering power Drake, power brand new white wills Sold
w.aa i $1595 Is equipped with cruijeomatlc windows radio heater and new for $6000.
1 I AS
I radio neater power many other accessories. Also
green steering power brakes and the car has only 1200 miles.
new set of white wall tires. $3995
8 A.M. to 11 P.M. Daily j . .

Now through April 15 I I Factory$1895 $2895 '62$5295 CHEVROLETImpala '62 BUICK

I new La Sabre 4 door hardtop. This
'63 FALCON 2 door hardtop. This car ls like new and ls equipped
NO car Is very sharp and has a with automatic. power
white paint fob with red Interior. steering, power brakes radio
I TIL I I $1195 2 door sedan. This Is a clean Also It Is equipped with and heater. The Interior Is ..

'See the men in the BLACK DER6YS! WITH V : ;;i I : ; lines car and heater.that has The low paint mileage and in- power automatIC.brakes power, radio and steertog heat- like new. ..

$695 tenor Is ,original. ere $2395

1 00 $695 $1695 $2195


62 CHEVROLETImpala 14MeY1M. 2! door hardtop.
VOLUME DEALER $395 Starfirc 2 door hardtop. ThUcar Show room condHio and
rs bi beautiful conditionand equipped with power steering
4 door sedan. Silver
$295 blue with white walls and has leather bucket seats, power brakes, automatic tranv
with ufcxnatic
and equipped
blue interior makes mission radio. heater and
CUT UP Fac- I this a very sharp car. It has, radio., heater, power steering wMte watt tires. This Is a
brakes and white
power beautiful car vow must corn
Top I factory steering air radio.conditioning neater power and walls. The color Is a beautiful see and drive this one. Only
maroon and the Inter. MOO miles Save MOO.
$3595 white walls.
IIJifIt.! ior U matching to color.

rah ONE .$1195 Light $2195 $2695 $4195

64 FORD $ V8. s
Pickup. Like new. yellow a.

62 FORD $ $1295 \ 3 Reasons To Buy At Gainesville Auto Sales

Convertible. V-a. Auto. II$. Standard

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62 CHEV $1195 I 1. Low or no down payment .
Convertible SS. fug power
cond. like new.iTcORVAIR. I -
[ auto. 2. Lowest monthly payments
$1095 I
Beige with red Interior I :
trans R a. H. $695 3. Save $200 to $600 on the total price

62 BUICK I V-8.
Special convertible V-l :
H..,os. $995
62 CHEV 1 heater,
i BIscayne V4. auto. R I I
with red Interior. $1795
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60 CHEV air. OPEN 'TIL 9 Across from the Shopping Centers
V* ton pickup standard i
cyU dUft.I $1295
I Latham Davis, Jr. 62 VOLVO I $1495
Solid buck extra clean
It., H. !
j i $795


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I ;Time :'.:to Study Only Under Trimetser FUSED I TVs STEREOS

:: I .R ", : Ideal I for 2ND SET. CAMP
.. By BOB WILSON i!now I just don't have enoughtime trip was changed to the day after because of rising academic ,J

: (Second in a series) ," McCarthy said. j Christmas because of the standards. LAKE HOME or CHILDREN'S ROOM

t The switch to the trimest't'at i i ;Students Protest Dean Hale added that the tightened trimester.In "If anything goes wrong you I
the University of Florida has ; blame it on the easiest thing," COUCH1S
SEE 608 N.
dwelled the Student Government faculty feels there's a greater' addition, Rio 1 believes Cross said. "And, the easiest I MAIM ST.
Activitiesricular turnover in student leadership
:),offers with additional student Crowding there's been a sharp reductionin thing to blame is the trimes
that cracks continuity of, student from
Activity fee dollars but students the number and attendanceat tern I $9.95

have less time to enjoy. extra- programs and requires organizational meetings held (Next: The church, datings,I

curricula activities. activities under the try dents to mature under the tri- more staff supervision. at the Union. "We have reasonto and what's ahead.) ,

"We'll spend about: $37,000 mesieri mester. "Students can't maintain their believe membership of most I -,

more out of student a tivltyfees' positions of responsibility continuously organizations using the Florida THE STRETCHBRA1 Ij Ij74Pa ,
One reason for declining student "There is a feeling' that the I
this year than under the over several trimesters Union has decreased," he said.
participation in extra-cur- philosophy is turned back to the
Semester system," said Student I because of their academic J
ricula! is pointed out in a cultivation of mind alone UF Director of Organizations I BY WARNE'SUNCOVERED
Government Treasurer 'F.r e d schedules and pressures he
study evaluating the UF's first with little regard to the Bill Cross agrees that there's 5.95 t
Lane. "We'll also offer more said.
year under the. trimester. maturing process," Dean of Student been a reduction in the numberof tI

Activities during" the summer Affairs Lester L. Hale said Student Government Press students who participate in I
:than of rest I
previously. "The absence
per- in appraising the first year of'dent Ken Kennedy' echos con- many activities."I .
: The hike in the activities iod before the end of a semes-
the trimester. I' cern over the loss of leaders be-
budget is due ,in part to increased ter and the absence of 'breath cause of the time squeeze. don't think students have \

enrollment under the er" courses makes total utilization "Students have less ,time to made the transition yet," Cross

Jear-round operation of the Un- of time necessary in orderto think," be said. "Fewer students are active in said. "It (the trimester) is too

1versity under the trimester, he survive," the report said. Student Government and those new and they're still thinking

dded. Dean of Women ,Marna V. who are spend less time on in terms of two semesters." t
$ "It's making academic ostriches Brady is also worried about the "
their job, Kennedy said.
W Although more money out of us," cried one affect on the students' "grow- "From all indications A student opinion poll indi-
they just
spent for student activities a UF senior referring to the tri- ing -. up" process. can't afford the time." cates that fraternity and sorority -

random sutdent opinion .survey mester. "There just isn't enough membership however has

: indicates that over half the time anymore for anything b ut "You can apply more heat to Ron LaFace, president of Florida -stayed about the same, al-

Students spend less time andre studies." an egg, but it doesn't hatch Blue Key, men's honorary though they don't cram as many tJ

active in fewer extra-cur- any sooner," Dean Brady leadership fraternity at the UF, social events into the trimester.

Jeff May, a graduating senior -i said in questioning the value of. said student leaders are spending -

from Pensacola, took a few I,a quickened academic pace. I.I I. less time in extracurricular Cross feels the trimester did

Missing Yacht swipes at the trimester for its It's the product that an educational activities because of the help push along the cutback of J
I fraternity. activities but this
machine like quality of "pop- ,
system turns out that's threat to then academic stand-
& have
: Mystery ping out" stereotyped students. important, she said. If it skimpson come about anyway

Students can't take enough ing.The
a student's total education
MIAMI (AP) A radio message student yearbook, which
time off from their studies, there's no sense hurrying "
relayed to the Coast Guard canned trimester-orientated is-
May said to gain the experienceand them .. ., '
through. "
said vessel -.
yesterday a was sues after a one year effort, is '." ,' '
fostered 1
sinking and the five' persons maturity by par- "I'm concerned that pres- also cramped by the stu -,

aboard were taking to life rafts. tipation in extra curricular ac sures are telling on the stu dents' tightened time schedule. J.N 1 Wotid@t' .

A search produced no trace of tivities. dent's governmental exper- loQ $ 'Sear rftsf r1 (" ,.

the boat or survivors. "The trimester i is a ma- ience," Dean Brady continued. Seminole Editor Joe Cowden 1asje ,;s flit i11i ,

The Coast Guard said no position chine," he said. "It pops out "They don't get this in the said fewer students work on the '
was given and there was immature students cast in a classroom but through practical annual because they feel they ,It 1ust1ik ':;:: __. ;
don't have the time. 'tfie drrtheirth "iJJ" ';'
no assurance the message was faculty mold of academic reg--experience in student govern- ,,

genuine. It reached the Coast imentation. ment." Student Union Director Bill 'C3Jlthei ; FR2" lt:. L LYCRA ELASTIC STRETCH BRA, SHEER, LIGHTWEIGHT.

Guard via the Miami marine Some members of the UF administration Mike McCarthy, a former SG Rion cited several other. cutbacks aJJ9Nr'VJe.rl: t FEMININE. PLEATED NYLON CUPS. A 3236. B 32-38, C 32-40. 5.95 \

telephone operator. The search are also concerned cabinet member, agrees that caused by the trimester.The WARNER'S. THE ORIGINAL STRETCH BRA.

Was called off. 1 about the lack of time for stu- the trimester snubbed his student ..."--.. J '.. .'",'. FOR UTMOST COMFORT & ATTRACTIVENESS
The message identi fie d the PETITION FOR annual Union sponsored '" : F"' rWILSON'S !
I NOTICE OF FILING government activities."I .
craft as the yacht Sylva, or FINAL DISCHARGE OF trip to New York attracted ; Foundations Shop-2"

Sylvia. A 50-foot fishing boat 1 ALL WHOM ADMINISTRATORSTO IT MAY CONCERN: was pretty active beforewe only 30 students this year as i

named the Sylva vanished from Notice Is hereby given that we have switched to the trimester compared to about 80 who nor-, -.
Administrators .
filed our final returns as
its downtown pier slip Wednes of the Estate of VIRGINIA A. mally went during the old sem- .
JOHNSON. Deceased: that we have filed IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN
ester break. IS OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 9:00 P.M.
day. our petition for final discharge and AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY
that we will apply to the Honorable H. FLORIDA.IN
NOTICE OF INTENTION I H. McDonald. County Judge of Alachua RE: Estate of Under the semester calendar,
County Florida on the 12th day of
Pursuant to Section M509 Florida May. 1964, for approval of the same and NOTICE TO CREDITORS the trip was slated in early
Statute, notice Is hereby given that the' for final discharge as Administrators of All creditors of the Estate of February between MCGREGOR SPORTSWEAR
undersigned NORRIS WILLIAM RIG- the Estate of VIRGINIA. A. JOHNSON. THEODORE SWANSON Deceased regular ses-
LER doing business under the firm i Deceased. are hereby notified and required to sions. This year the eight-day
name of Nortronlx Service Co.. 3616 PAUL L JOHNSONand file any claim or demands which they .
Stengel Field Gainesville. FU_ Gainesville i EDGAR LEO JOHNSON may have against said Estate In the EXCLUSIVELY YOURS
Alachua, County Florida: Intends Administrators of the Estateof Office of the County Judge of Alachua IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
to register said fictitious name under VIRGINIA A. JOHNSON County Florida In the Courthouse JUDGE, ALACHUA. COUNTY, FLORIDA -
the provisions of the aforesaid Statute. Deceased. at Gainesville Florida within six (6) IN PROBATE.IN
Dated at Gainesville. Florida. this calendar months from the date of the RE ESTATE OF
(3240) :10. 17. 24; 5: 1 GEORGE .@SREI@1aAT
1st day of April. A. D., 1964. first publication of this notice Each .
NORRIS WILLIAM CRIGLER NOTICE OF INTENTION TO claim or demand must be in writ Deceased.TO
(3316): 4:X 10 17. 24 REGISTER. FICTITIOUS NAME big and must state the place: of residence ALL CREDITORS AND PERSON
Pursuant to Section $6509. Florida and post office address of the HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMAND S '
Statutes "41. notice Is hereby given claimant end must be sworn to by the AGAINST SAID ESTATE: SEERSUCKER for the beach and boating Is the
NOTICE TO DEFEND claimant his You and each of you are here-
that the undersigned TALMAGE L. agent or his attorney
THE STATE OF FLORIDA., TO: MOXLEY doing business under the It will become void according to law.or by notified and required to present any best looking thing to hit the sand since the (
James F Julian firm of PARTY PACKAGE STORE, -DANIEL C. SWANSON claims and demands which you, or either ? ..
-, Care Of Cordelia Thomas 400J N, W. 13th Street. Gainesville. Executor of the Estate of of you may have against the state bikini. The SEERLIGNE SELF-PARK PARKA actually A.U _
4CS7 South Princeton Avenue of GEORGE T. BRAAKMAN de- 7/
Alachua County Florida. Intends to THEODORE SWANSON
Chicago t. Illinois register said trade name under the I (3196) 3:27; .:3. 10 17 ceased late of said County to the folds up and disappears into its own zipper V"""
'You are hereby notified that Paul provisions f'the aforesaid statute at County Judge of Alachua County Florida '
has filed his sworn' Com Gainesville;' Florida this Itth day of IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, at his office in the court house of pocket. _
plaint In the Circuit Court of AlactweCounty March. A. D. 1964. ALACHUA COUNTY STATE OF FLO- said County at Gainesville, Florida
Florida, against you and others PARTY PACKAGE STORE RIDA. within six calendar months from the The SEERLIGNE SKIFF TRUNK, serfer-nspired, c.
seeking to foreclose a mortgage and BY TALMAGE U MOXLEY ESTATE OFCHARLES time of the first publication of this!
-or an equitable lien on the following (3U0) 3:20. 27;. .:3. 10. C. VOYLE also known as notice. Each claim or demand shall be is as fashionable as it is .
described property to wit; C. C. VOYLE in writing, and shall state the placeof '
The West Seventy-Five{ (75) feet IN 'THE COURT OF THE COUNTY DeceasedThe residence and post office address of
of the East One Hundred Fifty JUDGE, ALACHUA COUNTY, FLOR State of Florida, To All. Persons the claimant and shall be sworn to by
ld(1 ) feet ef'Lot Seventeen (17) DA# IN PROBATE.N Interested In the Estate of said Decadent the claimant his agent his attorney.
tract being I the West One-Half REl ESTATE: OF : and any such claim or demand not I
of the East One-Half' (WV4 .jot the 6 MARGARET HILL LAYTON You are hereby notified that a writ- so filed shall be void. .. 7.95 Men's Shop-
W) of Lot Seventeen (17) recorded Deceased.TO ten Instrument purporting to be the WILLIAM N. LONG \
In Deed Book "N", at Page 5W of ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS Last Will and Testament of said dece- As executor of the Last Will .
". Section 32 Township 11 South, HAVING CLAIMS ,OR DEMANDS dent has been admitted to probate In and Testament of l J Street Floor _
.. Range 21 East Alachua County. AGAINST SAID ESTATE: said. Court. George T. Braakman, .
Florida. You and each of you are hereby notified You are hereby commanded withIn deceased ;'- \ -
JTou are further notified that the return and required to present any six calendar months from the date (3178) 3:20. 27; 4:3, 10MORTGAGE :185.95 {: -
day of this Notice to Defend Is claims and demands which you or of the first publication of this notice : .
May 2. 1)64 and you shall on or before either of you may have against the to appear in said Court and show j NEW REVOUITIONARYULTRAMATIG
said date serve a copy of your defense. estate of MARGARET HILL ,LAYTON cause. If any you can why the 'actionof MONEY ...
If any upon Lowry and Andrews. Attorneys deceased late of said County to the said Court In admitting said Will 5V4 % INTEREST f -
for Plaintiff whose post office County Judge of Alachua County FlorIda to probate should not stand unre- TERMS TO 25 YEARS
address Is P. O. Box 390. Gainesville. within six calendar months from voked. 1I1\lU\ Am{ :
Florida and Immediately thereafter the time of the first publication of this H. H. MCDONALD BUYBUILDREFINANCECALL ;
fOe the original of same In the office notice. Each claim or demand shall be County Judge. Alachua County, .'r d .:z i }' i tzf
ef the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the In writing and shall state the place of Florida. .. PH. FR 2-2511
a eove styled court otherwise a Decree residence and post office address of the BysIONE COLLINS Clerk. 825 J
Pro Confesso will be entered against claimant and shall be sworn to by the (Seal) 13th STREET
yeu. claimant agent attorney and any such First cai4r): March 20 1944 i DAN BYRD
WITNESS one of the Honorable Circuit claim or demand not so filed shall be (3177) 3:20. 10
Judges of the Eighth Judicial Clr- void. I
colt of Florida as well as the Clerk of HOWARD WAYNE BISHOP i
the Circuit Court all on the 1st day ofApril PHILLIP JAMESON MANIC
A.O. 1964. As executors of the Last Will
J B. CARMICHAEL CLERIC and Testament of 9
Deputy Clerk LAYTON. Deceased t
? (Court Seal) Lazonby DelL Graham Willcox -F
Lfiwry & Andrews 8 Barber
It,. O. Box 390 203 Northeast 1st Street AT 9:30:
Gainesville Florida Gainesville Florida
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:20 Gainesville 'Sun Friday, April ICv. 1964

I Time:to Study Only' Under Trimetser USED TVs -STEREOS

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I t I Ideal for 2ND SET CAMP J
3y BOB WILSON now I just don't have enough trip was changed to the day af- because of rising academic : I ,

r' (Second In a series) time" McCarthy said. ter Christmas because of the standards. '' LAKE HOME or CHILDREN'S ROOM

i The switch to the trimester" i Students Protest Dean Hale added that the tightened trimester.In "If anything goes wrong you]I
the University of Florida' has V"f blame it on the easiest thing," COUCH1S
Dwelled the Student Government faculty feels there's a greater addition, Rio believes Cross said. "And, the easiest I SEE 6085N.ST.
of Activitiesricular turnover in student leadership -
Crowding thing to blame is the trimes
coffers with additional student there's been a sharp reductionin .
that cracks continuity of student from
fee dollars but students: $9.95THE
Activity the number and attendanceat
have less time to enjoy extra- programs and requiresmore organizational meetings held .I (Next: The church, datings,!

curricula activities. activities under the tri- dents to mature under the tri- staff supervision. at the Union. "We have reasonto ''I.and what's ahead.) 1

"We'll spend about'$37,000 mesterl mester. "Students can't maintain their believe membership of most I ;

more out of student activity positions of responsibility continuously organizations using the Florida STRETCHBRA1
One reason for declining student 'There is a feeling that the
fees this than under the over several trimesters Union has decreased" he said.
participation in extra-cur-.philosophy is turned back to the 0i
said Student because of their academic '.
Semester system, riculars is pointed out in.a. cultivation of mind alone UF Director of OrganizationsBill # BY WARNER'S/ 1
government Treasurer 'F r e d I schedules and pressures he
study evaluating the UF's first with little regard to the Cross agrees that there's 5.95
Lane. "We'll also offer more said.
year under the, trimester. maturing process," Dean of Student been a reduction in the numberof

Activities during" the summer Affairs Lester L. Hale said Student Government Presi- students who participate in I

:luau previously. "The absence of a rest period -'in appraising the first year of dent Ken Kennedy echos con- many activities."I .
I The hike in the activities before the end of a semester
I the trimester. cern over the loss of leaders be-
budget is due in part to increased and the absence of "breath- cause of the time squeeze. don't think students have

enrollment under the er" courses makes total utilization : "Students have less ,time to made the transition yet," Cross

ear-round operation of the University : of time necessary in orderto 'think" he said. "Fewer students are active In said. "It (the trimester) is too

under the trimester_ he survive," the report said. I Student Government and those new and they're still thinking

jadded. Dean of Women _MarnaV.. who are spend less time on in terms of two semesters."

"It's making academic os- Brady is also worried about the their job Kennedy said.
Although more mo-ney is triches out of us," cried one affect on the students' "grow "From all,indications A student opinion poll indicates
they just
spent for student activities
UF senior referring to the tri- I ing up" that fraternity and soror-
process. can't afford the time.
random sutdent opinion _sur3ey mester. "There just isn't enough I ity membership however has : ,

indicates that over half the time anymore for anything but "You can apply' more heat to Ron LaFace, president of Florida stayed about the same although 4.

students spend less time andre studies." an egg, but it doesn't hatch Blue Key, men's honorary they don't cram as many c'i.

active In fewer extra-cur- any sooner," Dean Brady leadership fraternity at the UF, social events into the trimester. .

.. I Jeff May a graduating senior said in questioning the value of said student leaders are spending -
from Pensacola, took a few Cross feels the trimester did :?
a quickened academic pace. less time in extracurricular -
Missing Yacht swipes at the trimester for its It's the product that an educational activities because of the help push along the cutback of A\r -

machine like quality of "pop fraternity activities, but this
system turns out that'simportant threat to their academic stand-
:& MysteryMIAMI students. have come about anyway
ping stereotyped
she said. If it skimpson
Students can't take enough ing.The ,
(AP) A radio mes- I a student's total education student yearbook, which
time off from their studies, there's no sense hurrying
sage relayed to the Coast Guard canned trimester-orientated issues -

yesterday said a vessel was I May said, to gain the experienceand them through. after a one year effort is M >

sinking and the five' persons maturity fostered by par "I'm concerned that pres- also cramped by the stu ,

aboard were taking to life rafts. I jpation in extra curricular ac- sures are telling on the stu dents' tightened time schedule. I 1 / '

A search produced no trace of i tivlties.I dent's governmental experience It .an

the boat or survivors. I "The trimester is a ma- ," Dean Brady continued. Seminole Editor Joe Cowden lilt see .. I

Z The Coast Guard said no position } chine," he said. "It pops out "They don't get this in the said fewer students work on the tl ;

was given and there was immature students cast in a classroom but through practical annual because they feel theydon't ;A tiY a Full.

no assurance the message was faculty mold of academic reg- experience in student govern- have the time.

genuine. It reached the Coast 'imentation." ment." Student Union Director Bill UNCOVERED L LYCRA ELASTIC STRETCH BRA SHEER. LIGHTWEIGHT

Cuard via the Miami marine i Some members of the UF ad- Mike McCarthy a former SG Rion cited several other cutbacks FEMININE. PLEATED NYLON CUPS. A 32-36. B 32-38. C 3240. 595

telephone operator. The search :ministration are also concerned cabinet member, thai caused by the trimester.The WARNER'S. THE ORIGINAL STRETCH BRA.
was about the lack of time for
the trimester
his student I
The message identi fie d the annual Union sponsored Floor .-
government activities."I .
craft as the yacht Sylva or I FINAL DISCHARGE OF trip to New York attracted Foundations Shop2nd

A 50-foot boat ADMINISTRATORSTO only 30 students this year as
Sylvia. fishing ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: was pretty active beforewe
named the Sylva vanished from Notice Is hereby given that we have switched to the trimester compared to about 80 who nor- ---- --
filed our final returns as AdmInistrators .
its downtown pier slip Wednes- of the Estate of VIRGINIA A. mally went during the old sem- i
JOHNSON. Deceased: that we have filed IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN
day. our petition for final discharge and AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY :
that we will apply to the Honorable H.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO H. McDonald. County Judge of Alachua RE: Estate of Under the semester calendar,
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME County. Florida on the 12th day of Deceased
Pursuant to Section 165.09. Florida May 19"-. for approval of the same and NOTICE TO CREDITORS the trip was slated in early
Statutes notice Is hereby given that the for final discharge as Administrators of All creditors of the Estate of February between regular MCGREGOR SPORTSWEAR
LER. doing business under the firm are hereby notified and required to sions. This year the eightdayIN
name of Nortronlx Service Co., 3616 Deceased.PAUL L. JOHNSONand ,file any claim or demands which they
Stengel Field. Gainesville. Fla.. Gainesville EDGAR LEO JOHNSON ,may have against said Estate in the EXCLUSIVELY YOURS
Alachua County. Florida Intendsto I Administrators of the Estateof Office I of the .tyln e of Alachua JUDGE.THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
register said fictitious name under VIRGINIA A. JOHNSON. County Florida, the Courthouse ALACHUA COUNTY FLOR
the provisions of the aforesaid Statute. Deceased. at Gainesville Florida within six (,) IDA. IN PROBATE.IN .
Dated at Gainesville. Florida this calendar months from the date of the RE: ESTATE OF AT
(3240) 4 10. 17 24; S:1 GEORGE i@IREI@lt! }
1st day of Apr!'. A, D.. 1M4. first publication of this notice Each T. BRAAKMAN.
NORRIS WILLIAM CRIGLER NOTICE OF INTENTION TO claim or demand must be In writ. Deceased.TO
C32U) 4;3, 10 17. 24 REGISTER' FICTITIOUS NAME Ing and must state the place of residence .: ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida and post office address of the HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMAND
Statutes. 1941 notice Is hereby given claimant end must be sworn to by the I AGAINST SAID ESTATE: SEERSUCKER for the beach and boating Is the ,.
NOTICE TO 'DEFENO'THE that the undersigned TALMAGE UMOXLEV claimant, his agent or his attorney or You and each of you are here-
STATE OF FLORIDA TO doing business under the It will become void according to law. by notified and required to present any best looking thing to hit the sand since the -
James F Julian firm of PARTY PACKAGE STORE. -DANIEL C. SWANSON claims and demands which you or either !4 ? ..
Care Of Cordelia Thomas 4005 N. W. 13th: Street Gainesville. Executor of the Estate of of you may have against the es- bikini. The SEERLIGNE SELF PARK PARKA ac- A.: ,
4057 South Princeton Avenue I tate of GEORGE T. BRAAKMAN deceased
Alachua County Florida Intends to THEODORE SWANSON
Chicago ,. Illinois register said trade name under the ((319& 3:27; 43, 10, 17 late of said County. to the tually folds up and disappears into its own zipper VI/
You are hereby notified that Paul provisions Of'the aforesaid statute at County Judge of Alachua County. Florida -
H. Startzman has filed his sworn Complaint Gainesville,' Florida this 11th day of IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.' at his office in the court house of pocket. 1
In the Circuit Court of Alachua March. A. D 1944. :ALACHUA COUNTY. STATE OF FLO- said County at Gainesville Florida
County Florida against you and others PARTY* PACKAGE STORE RIDA. within six calendar months from the The SEERLIGNE SKIFF TRUNK, surfer-insplred _
seeking to foreclose a mortgage an4 BY TALMAGE MOXLEY ESTATE OFCHARLES time of the first publication of this
-or an equitable lien on the, following (3UO 3:20, .7I. .:3. 10. C. VOYLE also known as notice. Each claim or demand shall be is as fashionable as it is functional., .. .
described property to wit; C. C. VOYLEDeceased in writing and shall state the place
The West Seventy-Five (71) feet IN 'THE COURT OF THE COUNTY of residence and post office address of
of the East One Hundred Fifty JUDGE.! ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA -The State of Florida To All. Persons the claimant. and shall be sworn to by
1dC1 ) feet of Let Seventeen .(i7); i ,: IN'PROBATE. interested In the Estate of said Decedent the claimant Ms agent his attorney
tract being' the West One-H !IN REl ESTATE OF : end any such claim or demand not
of the East One-Half (WK.of,the r MARGARET HILL LAYTON You are hereby notified that a writ so filed shall be void. 7.95 Men's Shop-
H) of Lot Seventeen (17) recorded Deceased.TO :ten Instrument purporting to be the WILLIAM N. LONGAs
In Deed Book "N". at Page sn of ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS 'Last Will and Testament of said dece- executor of the Last Will .l.J
Section 32. Township 11 South. HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS dent has been admitted to probate I In and Testament of ;i : ... : J Street Floor
Range 21 East. Alachua County., AGAINST SAID ESTATE: said Court. George T. Braakmarw .
Florida. You and each of you are hereby notified -You are hereby commanded wIth- deceased ,"" \ r-- -
You are further notified that the return and required to, present any in six calendar months from the date (3178) 3:20. 27; 4:3. 10MORTGAGE .. '', c : ':- '
day of this Notice to Defend Is claims and demands which you. or of the first publication of this notice I -
May 2. 19" and you shall on or before either of you- may have against the to appear In said Court and show )\ f yi.' NEW REVOLUTIONARY
said date serve a copy of your defense. estate of MARGARET HILL ,LAYTON. cause. if any you can, why the 'actionof MONEY ,..it'
If any. upon Lowry and Andrews. Attorneys deceased late of said County to the said Court in admitting said Will 5'/2 % INTEREST
for Plaintiff whose post office County Judge of Alachua County Flor- to' probate should not stand unre- TERMS TO 25 YEARS
address Is P. O. Box 390. Gainesville. Ida within six calendar months from voked. ; J1\
Florida and Immediately thereafter the time of the first publication of this M. H. MCDONALD BUYBUILDREFINANCECALL TJLTRAMATIGJrnL \ro
fe the original of same in the office notice. Each claim or demand shall be County Judge. Alachua County. :
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the In writing and shall state the place of Florida.. .. PH. FR 2-2511
above styled court otherwise Decree residence and post office address of the By"* lONE COLLINS Clerk. 825 ; L __-- -f_
Pro Confesso will be entered against claimant, and shall be sworn to by the (Seal) N.W. 13th STREET
claimant, agent attorney and any such First publication on March 20 19S4 DAN BYRD
WITNESS one of the Honorable Circuit claim or demand not $0 filed shall be (3177) 3.20 27. 4:3, 10
Judges of the Eighth Judicial Circuit void. I I
of Florida as well as the Clerk of HOWARD WAYNE BISHOP -
tt erlflT'g.all on the 1st day of PHILLIP JAMESON MANIC
As executors of the Last Will
J B. CARMICHAEL CLERK and Testament of
.. Deputy Clerk LAYTON. Deceased
? (Court Seal) Lazonby Dell. Graham WIllcox
Lowry S. Andrews & Barber ,
fW O. Box 390 203 Northeast 1st Street 9:30:
Gainesville Florida Gainesville Florida
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