Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00093
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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 12, 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: UF00079931:00093
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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IPART By MARTIN and MARCIA :ABRAMSON chuck it because of their sex-and-marriage commitments. psychoanalyst with an extensive practice among college girls, estimated
SPRING IS TRADITIONALLY the time ,of year for the currents 5. A dramatic increase in psychological disturbances, occasionally to us that 80 percent of girls at big co-ed colleges, or at
of social life to become more intense as they gush across the na ending in nervous breakdowns. Emotional upsets in the college sophisticated women's colleges that have men's colleges close by,
ONE tion's campuses, but in the 60s there "is. an added dimension being world are usually the product of many factors, but often guilt feel- have had sexual relations by the time they complete their college
applied to the age-old sport of college romance. ings over sex involvements contribute to them. careers.

(Editor's Note: The husband- This dimension constitutes "modern emancipation," according to Before World War II, the American college operated under a The estimate is appreciably less for sutdents at some of the
wife the students who play the game, but to older observers the "eman- clearly defined code: Pre-marital sex was not to be tolerated among rural colleges and at institutions where'students live at home, but
team of Martin and Marcia
cipation" simply means an unprecedented degree of sexual freedom. the co-eds, and any girl caught in a situation that suggested she even there the moral standards are becoming flabbier.
Abramson last year made a Our study of the social mores of Alma Mater, U.S.A., has con- had been having relations with a man was sent packing.The How did this moral revolution come about?

comprehensive survey of an vinced us that there is a whole new code .of behavior being practiced college administration made it plain it was acting in loco Well, it didn't start with the colleges, but rather reflects a basic
apparent decline of teen-age by the classes of '64 to '67. It has antiquated all the familiar parentis it had to assure worrisome parents back home that change in our culture.

moral standards in the United shibboleths of college life. And it has also hatched a crop of social their inexperienced belles were living in an environment free of "It's the fruit largely of the pattern of permissiveness indulged
and educational headaches. moral taint. The few married students were not allowed to live on in by so many parents," says Judge Beatrice S. Burstein of Nassau
States. Now, they have exam THESE HEADACHES ARE: campus lest they give singles the wrong ideas. County, New York, a nationally-known authority on social problems.

ined closely indications of great 1. A startling increase in co-ed pregnancies. The rate is probably THERE WERE VIOLATIONS of the code, of course, but by and "They want their children to be popular and to have status, and so
t er sexual freedom among the 10 to 15 times greater than it was a generation ago. large both male and female studnets accepted it and supported it. they shove them into early partying and early dating while they'restill

country's college' students. Thisis 2. An equally sharp boost in abortions. The manner in which the old code has been breached may be very immature. By the time they're in the late highschoolyears

the first part of their report.) 3. A rash of early marriages, which frequently result in early gleaned from a recent survey by Dr. Graham B. Blaine Jr., Har- and getting ready to go to college, the mere continuance of
divorces. vard psychiatrist. He reported that more than 50 percent of college dating holds little attraction for them. They want to explore the intimate
4. A high rate of dropouts among female students who are.,intellectually women today have had premarital relations. elements of sex."

capable of completing their college programs. but whoSpring Dr. Herbert Hershkovitz, a prominent Philadelphia Main Line (See CAMPUS SEX on Page 6A)

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, 43.y Johnson Our Ear: Riot Hits Miami Jail

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Johnson said Saturday Soviet 300 Take

_- "seeking Premier to preserve Khrushchev peace in is Another LBJ SurpriseWASHINGTON

the world." Johnson said that, -- Part InViolence

so long as Khrushchev "talks in (AP) Pres- ing line at the gate as his surprised -
peaceful terms, he will always ident Johnson interrupted a Johnson's spring fever. guests left.
have our ear" quiet stroll around the White For 'each he had a smile, a
See Page
This was Johnson's response, House grounds Saturday to or- handshake, a few words and, occasionally
at another unannounced Satur der the gates opened and a flock an autograph. MIAMI, Fla. AP) Rioting

ii day news conference, to a request of tourists admitted to join him sightseers found themselves sud- Johnson was well launched on prisoners smashed windows in
for ,comment on Khru on his trek.Johnson denly propelled into the usually his conducted minute tour of Dade County's modernistic new
shchev's the back yard when newsmen jail Saturday, flooded cells and
recent kind words unoccupied lawns at the south of
left his office beaded
corridors and hurled
and photographers heard about
and young love is an age-old story of beauty, about the American Presidentand for lunch, about 2:30 p.m. the executive mansion, facingthe the walk. Pell mell, they dashed flaming debris through the
but in today's college romances a new dimension Rusk.Secretary State Dean when, as he later told it, aide Washington Monument. from the lobby of the White broken windows to the yard be-
,sexual freedom is giving it a tragic cast. Bill Moyers suggested they takea
"I With Johnson in the lead, the House office wing and raced low.Peace
am glad to see, said Johnson walk.
"that Mr. Khrushchev is visitors made a slow tour of the through the rose garden to join was restored after 4H
With a handful of Secret Sere circular drive behind the White the hikers. hours, with 15 alleged leadersin
playing the role o{.,peace and ice agents and assistants in tow, House, winding up at the same When half a dozen photographers solitary confinement. Two
seeking to in the
Placed preserve peace Johnson headed down the as- gate through which they had en- arrayed themselvesacross prisoners were hospitalized, one
world. That
USE certainly is the desire
this phalt driveway behind the White tered so unexpectedly. the driveway ahead of with severe facial cuts inflict.
of country. When he House. Nearby was a wrought Johnson, full of the same good the President and his visitors, ed by cellmates when he re-
talks in '
peaceful terms, he will :
.iron gate behind which shouting fusedtojt: turbance.
have ". spirits displayedFridayinentertaining -to'get a"good-vantage polnt'5or.pictures
always our '
...***>' ear. V? tourists were'"massfd. '. X farm leaders,' rail Johnson .called out:" DamS a" was estimated at
: At the same time, the President 'The President ordered the negotiators and poet Carl Sand "Now don't you-all mess this .f, mostly smafked win-

On BlacJeListST. '" gave scant encouragement gates opened and some 100 burg, set up an informal receiv- up. Get out of the way." dows and ripped mattresses.
to any who would call for an .... Almost immediately, the dis-

-, _*earV"summit** : meeting. .. ....0 turbance was made an issue in
Association of University i' Johnson said that because of a heated campaign for sheriff.
AP The American
Professors has censured the University of South, the forthcoming election, his Another Problem City HeadsTo Sheriff T. A. Buchanan or-
Florida at Tampa. newness office, the absenceof dered an investigation to deter-

The action was announced Friday night, but no reason a vice president, and a multitude mine if the riot was "political

was assigned. However, a report by an investigating com- of foreign policy problemshe Study ly inspired." But he added that
mittee of the association, released does not plan to leave the he was not making accusa

to the Tampa Tribune continental :United States this SnagsGENESYS Bond Issue tions.

last March, accused the university year. His opponent, private detective
of failing to act responsibly The only things that could take Floyd F. Miner, retorted
Won't Hurt in the field of academic him abroad he said, would be By CLIF CORMIER has threatened further delayin The City Commission will that the investigation was

freedom. unforeseen emergency or Sun Education Writer starting the University ofFlorida's meet in special session tomor- "nothing more than a smokescreen

"some feeling'that great ad- TAMPA Fine print in a off-campus Graduate row night to start studying implementation to cover up Buchanan's
Us Claims The report also criticized the vances could be made.' lease agreement between the Engineering Education System of the recently inefficiency" and "if he can't

University President, Dr. JohnS. (See JOHNSON on Page 2A) state and the U. S. Air Force (GENESYS). passed $5 million in capital im maintain order in the county
Allen and the Board of Con-
Involved is the location of a provements.City jail, he should be replaced."

USF Prexy ment trol in techniques regard to of the the employ-school I J $650,000 building which will Manager Bill Green suggested The disturbance began at 6a.m.
., with a rising chant of
house headquarters and primary
the special meeting last
and the state. The report said
TAMPA-V'Al least,"we're in installations in the two- "We want chow" by 320 prison.
the board failed to stand be How Do week because routine businesswas
ers. As more than 50 county officers

S television circuit.
good company, tween the college and its critics way keeping the commissionersbusy
S. Allen of University ) GENESYS will offer live TV at their regular meetings.The converged on the jail, the

of South Florida when,questioned ?" lectures to engineers in satellite hows, whens and wheres of bedlam increased.
by the Sun following the The report also criticized the .' TheyStand : classrooms in Melbourne, Day- each project need to be studiedas Windows were smashed and
censure of USF by the American lack of academic freedom accorded -' : : tona Beach, Orlando and soon as possible, Green said. burning clothing and flaming
Association of University instructors there. k ; Gainesville.In newspapers were burled into
e Special attention will be given the upper branches of trees in
Professors. USF was add The report, said in part: SIn February the Board of the new city ball, according to the jail yard. Tin cups, trays

ed to the list of "One cannot review recent- ; Control accepted an offer from Mayor Howard McKinney.The and garbage littered the yard.In .
events at the University of the Air Force to locate the in-
12 schools the meeting will be at 7:30 an effort to restore quiet
South Florida without a sense : stallation near the main gateat in the a second breakfast servedin
AAUP alreadyhas a seven-part series of articles beginning Monday the pjn. Utility Operations was
+ blackball of outrage A faculty of deans, six Democratic and three Republican candidates,:f r:'gov- Cape Kennedy. Center, 555 SE 5th Ave. the cells at 8 a.m., but manyof

many of exceptional energy and ernor will present their answers to an. Associated. Press. Twenty'acres of land was set the prisoners dumped their
ed.Allen vision, hoping to put into effect -
the floor.
named questionnaire on the following issues: aside by the Air Force, which trays on
a program not hampered by Then water from faucets
opened -
several other inertia and vested interests .,.. ; :a.., was anxious to have the main
Reapportionment .. KVO began to flow out of fifth-
schools on .theAAUP's of \ installation close to the Cape, WHERETO
were pounced upon by a private .
cells where
: most of the
list, organization and a public or- Higher Education tV',..t1lll... the land being available at a white prisoners were held. It

ALLEN including the of ganization." There was no ela- Public School Education -j "very nominal" fee. FIND IT stood several inches deep in the
University boration on this point. 7 I Ia I' Friday the board hedged corridors before it was discovered -
Auburn and Texas '
Illinois, The added Desegregation 4 rt .v- rJJroi ': when it came to signing on'the Area . .1C and the water was cut off.
Tech. report "The consequent Olttfc ts io 1 b'ft s' . .
"As far as I can ascertain ,ristriction of energiesand State Revenue and Taxes ,: -.: ;.fr'::.. :t'Jt '. dotted line. o Classified. 8C-13C The alleged ringleaders were
censuring of these schools thought and the disruptionof Three clauses in the lease Comics . . 5C dragged, kicking and yelling,
Roads and
the Highways -
by the AAUP hasn't hurt themin normal duties shamefully : agreement brought a prolonged o Markets oo. . 06 out of their. cells and placed in
recruiting faculty members.I wasted talent and nervous en- Attitudes Toward Local Government discussion which was resolvedin Movies . . 8C solitary.A
it will hurt ergy." a half-hearted vote to acceptthe Obituaries . . 2A Negro prisoner identified as
believe us
either.don't Schools are censured becauseof Read this helpful and informative series iii;the, lease "subject to the opinionof Opinion Page . 4A Johnnie Carey of Coconut
difficulties the state attorney general"The Sports . .0l-05 Grove, in jail for auto theft,
over professoQ'tenure
Allen said what seemed odd dismissals (Sainmnlb &uK main objection centered Women' . IB '- 7B told a Miami News reporter the
actionis summary
to him about the AAUP's reason for the riot was reygfa
that there are no provisionsfor or questionable academic ... '"' f '(See BOARD on Page SAl j (See RIOT on Page 2A)
a school to get back in good freedom. .
graces. About 62,000 professors belongto '

"Texas Tech has been on the association, which has .

their haven't list for heard at least that they 10 years.I have. States.In 730 chapters. in the United :::: Bouquets, No! Brickbats, Yes! : I IHe

suffered because of it." further action on Saturday i
the AAUP censured four more
schools and was considering the' By HAROLD RUMMEL ed their backgrounds in education said that he voted his oee-

Final Exam ',''" censure of a fifth institution.' Sea Staff Writer work as qualifications lor victions in the annexation iMue
Local Political Battle the superintendent's job. and will continue to vote his
The action brought to 17 the MICANOPY Pointed ques-
Time at UF total of schools now under the tieas were _aimed at W: S. Other hot words were passed convictions. "But sometimes itisn't

AAUP censure list (Tifly) Tat las oigfet'by Ms Groivs More Heated last night by candidates in the possible"to please everyone
Classes ended at the Univer- The 560; delegates to the 59thansaal opponent is.tfee raee far.ALach- state representative race. 100 per cent, he
sity of Florida Friday as final coaveetian in St. Louis ea .0JIm&Y: ndeat .cfrook. Candidate Richard Wilson Wilson said he always would
examinations for the winter trimester also voted to lift the censure renewed charges that incumbent represent the people who elected

took their place. of three. schools, Bat Talbot ,declined to acknowledge "Why does ray oppo eat ing that Talbot was considering Ralph Turlington has lost sightof him.
Final examinations for some Ceassred Saturday were them in a paWicalrally ,. .cot pay his own campaign expeases it. the people. He recalled that He concluded with the hope
14,000 students continue ,throughFriday. ., Mercy College of Detroit, the here before approx4aaatoy,! .', ', ?" He implied Talbot Why Talbot doesn't takes Turlington's voice approved that on the night of May 5, the
April 17. University of Arkansas, Arkansas 130, : donations from leave' of absence from GHS Gainesville's 1961 annexation date of the first primary election
Classes for the spring trimester Agricultural and Mechanical Ifs} Evans, asked: s..*: :was getting school while he campaigns so not to bill In the legislature after the the people of the county

begin at 7:30 Monday, Normal College of Pine /"::7" Wfey Is ,there no 'PTA -at He poorly-paid said be:was ,against employes.-it. "cause permanent 'damage to voters affected bad turned it. will be able to say" "the torch,
April 27. 0 BteH and the College of the 'Gafe v&e High School (where either the school or the s t u- down in a referendum. has been patsed

However placement tests for Owls, Cark ile, Art ?Taet _.Js principal)? "He: Does Tafeet plan .to"kvy deats?" Evans has asked Tal- Turlington, in turn, accused In the sheriff's race, aaudi-
ctudests entering the first term 'Under conaderatioa Saturday meted ':Cadet : M shag be"wasted an eserbHaat':$80 Iaec.lsead fee bot repeatedly to take, a leave Wilson of "using a warmed over date R. D. (Bob) Jordan sought
,?f, &e springtrimest&.are, afternoon was Jb*..eeasart of ":BO midJb >gmo* on each amt fa the eeaaty?" of absence. issue and trying to ride into of- to explode a rumor. He said

eked lee April'2E-23. the University pf-EOfl *... $l_ zoisI Mi sehsel," --, Be read a$8 MM side stat.y Both Ta2x>t aad Evaa recit lice on a dead horse,'' j (See RALLY on Page 2A),

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Page1Th.i The State Boardof of tenure and final : e's heard the word circulated Aid TaxesThe
.. I II TAMPA jurisdiCtIOnt
i did, however, leave the Control meeting on the campus I in disciplinary I he was fired from his jobs C Fair through Sun- \p :

I door slightly ajar for a possible of the University of I The tenure involved teachers a a deputy under Sheriff Joe day. High 75 to 80. East to

; 1964 summit session. Florida Friday, Southi'i n laboratory schools. The original -Crevasse "because I couldn'tget southeast winds 8 to 15 miles ,4t .t- \1':1.- ( League of Women Vote 1 displaced by automation is necessary

I said thathirs revised constitution for the University UF draft provided that along with people." per hour becoming 10 to 20 \-, ers, a non-partisan organization and I also believe that
I 4ides : ; t of Florida and confirmed these teachers would be given "That's ridiculous," he said. miles per huor. F submitted questions to all the modern version of the
about .the granting of tenure to 34 t enure under the same provis- He said he 'always conducted E .\_ candidates who face oppositionin CCC Corps for young people has
F not trying to get fnt) .the Sincn himself in O-Falr through Sunday. u u the
members.Theboard sions as Florida public school an honorable High Sun primary election. The i good possibilities.I .
UEJaculty day near 75 en the beeches to 10 In ..
I Soviet dispute on Moscow's"Side: had. withheld: teachers. manner as a deputy and lateras land. Northeast to east winds I to II L questions, drafted by the Voters would emphasize that the
The Kremlin accuses the .CWr approval miles per hour becoming east to
clause chief counselor of the I Service Committee and
added the ,
The board county's -
on the constitution at its southeast II t. 20 mH. per hour Sun \ I private enterprise sector is
nese of advocatingjuicleaj: over-the granting after' four years of employ- juvenile court. day. answers will be printed in The I ISan. [making tremendous progress in

r instead of! Pe [last,jaeeting ment". to this provision. Crevasse cited his record as EF-Fair through Su day.. High Sun- H I expanding the nation's economy

ful coexlstence.'t__. -.r ".--.. '.- '-. ..-.-. Also amended was a sectionon chief law enforcement officerin S day to near 15 mile U. Northeast per hour becoming to east winds east Because of his position in the and I hope that we can dependon

Johnson was here-"referring t :-Hits Burns'Insult' final action by the university -I the county during the last to southeast 18 to 20 miles per hour federal government, questionsalso I them to give the largest

I to "complimentary" remark;.; .- tf :president investigations of nine years and his interest in Sunday. were submitted to D. R. thrust to this area.
faculty members.:Added was the j juveniles, mental health and G-Partly cloudy through Sunday. (Billy) Matthews, unopposed
as the questioneput'1twbkbKhrushchev High Sunday about 10. Northeast toast
made :!.:flurinj."hid : To : clause, "findings of the Senate the "problems of everyone in winds 10 to 20 miles per hour. candidate for reelection to the What national cr interna-

tour1iiUS..rcesaid. << Committee on AcademiC: Free the county." H I-Pertly cloudy through Sunday.High GAINESVILLE WEATHER U. S. House of Representatives, tional problem interests
Hungarian ," dom shall be givendue"weight Both candidates for county near 15. Northeast to east winds Municipal Airport readings Eighth District of Florida.)
.:rrr :rKhrushchev -. S to 15 miles per hour becoming east ? Please explain.
i ducaiQrsTAMPA by the Prisident.'and' Board of j judge batted around the issue to southeast 10 to II miles per hour. Saturday: High 79 at 3-4 p.m., Matthews The

,; said in an April 6 Control, but the Board reserves of whether the judge need to be. J-partly cloudy through Sunday. low 50 at 2 ajn. No rain. What, in your opinion, national-and international most pressing -

speech that, "The United States the right of further investiga an attorney or not High 10 on the beaches to IS Inland. ALMANAC should be the U. S. policy on
L but its A member of the I five action, and the right of final Challenger John Connell, whoisn't Northeast to cast winds 10 to M.miles Sunset today.............. ':S4 p.m. economic aid to the develop problem, in my opinion, is still
; is an imperialist country per hour. Sunrise tomorrow ......... 6CS: ajn. the
h I h of
State Board of Control preservation for
i c: decision." a lawyer said _.. .... liberty
judges the world "my opponent Moonset tonight 7:11 p.m. ing nations in Asia, Africa
I government ............... this
met here Friday blasted gubernatorial TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE First Quarter April II and future generations. Al-
situation soberly.'" UF faculty members getting: grabs on this and pushes } The *star*' appearing between the and Latin America? Why?
candidate Ha- tenure approval are as follows it because he has nothing H L Pre Johnson also made an an don Burns for statements made else." 74 47 et. Mercury. Venus and Mercury are monolithic structure of com
: Jacksonville the only planets between the Earth U. S. policy on economic aid to
i( nouncement that touched upon I by Burns concerning education., A. H. Anton, assistant pro: Judge H. H. McDonald grant Miami 71 73 and the Sun. I the developing nations in Asia, munism is changing we must

the technological rivalrybe Charles R. Forman, board' fessor of psychiatry; R. M' ed that under Florida's constitution Tampa 17 el CEDAR KEY TIDES ,Africa, and Latin America still remember that Kr shchev
73 aNew and 1:33
Atlanta at 1:30
[ Lauderdale Sunday High a.m.
tween the United States and the member from Fort Bierne, assistant professor of which was drawn in 1885, Orleans 74'7Boston p.m. Low at 7:31 a.m. and 1:07 p.m. I should be governed by the in- has avowed again his intentionto

Soviet Union. and also a member of the Brow-: English; ,W. R. Bodine, assistant the county judge isn't required I New York 52*2 45 40 -- 1:5 Monday p.m. -Low High at 1.0 at .2:1S..m..m. and 1:44 and 'terests of our own nation and bury us and our way of life.

ard County School Board, issueda I: professor of music; R. W. to be a member of the bar. Washington M 40 p.m. 'our own people. Our fiscal solvency Presently the maintenance of
76 45
air Chicago -
"The world record for statement to members of the' Bowles, assistant professor of r, But he said that the county Kansas City *9 56- MARINE FORECAST i should no longer be jeopardized -the strongest defense establish
craft speed, currently held bj press covering the Board of music R. F. Brooks assistant I! Denver S4 EAST GULF: East to southeast I ment on earth is America'scon
; court is a "court of law. Los Angeles 70 53 winds 10 to 15 knots occasionally; to and the economic well-
the Soviets, has been repeatedly P Control meeting. entomologist; C. S. Carnell, assistant And as such it needs a lawyer Seattle 52 40 .33 20 knots Sunday. Fair. being of the American people tribution towards the preservation

broken in secrecy by the United I He charged that a statement professor of English; T. he said."Alachua allowed to suffer through fool- of liberty in the. world. We

States aircraft All," he said. by Burns has "deliberately in W. Casselman, assistant agri-- County has been on ishly administered foreign aid, must maintain a strong econo-

4 Relations with the Soviet Un sulted and.in slandered the every instructor cultural engineer; G. R. Dalton the main highway (had a law- much of which has neither been my to support this defense establishment -
university tutuartetfBERTHA
r' ion also came up during the 20- system, the Board of Contro I associate professor of nuclear -yer as judge) for the last 45 (! needed nor appreciated in the and I think this effort -

minute Cabinet Room confer engineering.G. years and this is no time. to detour pastI should come first
and .
Board of Education.Burns'
I J. Fritz, assistant professor -, ," he said. think our primary aid We must of continueour
asked course,
when Johnson was
ence statement, according to, and botany _,.__. ..
plant pathologist Connell h
t for a progress report on with Forman's release, referred to a t -' cited his experienceand MRS. I. H. HOLT BOYD should go to Latin America and euoris lowaros peace in me ff
drawal of Soviet troops from I ; H. H. Griggs, associate education in criminologyand be granted then on evidence of world and never lose faith for
34 cent "washout" of first
Cuba. per professor of journalism: S.: corrections and counseling.And NEWBERRY Mrs. Indiana Miss Bertha Boyd, of 314 needed social and political reforms -the possibility of achieving that

year college students "as a cal Hodgman assistant librarian; it was father and son Hunt Holt, 77, died Friday after- North Waldo Road, a long-time looking towards greater objective through realistic
"There still some culated and devious means of;H. H. Johnson assistant at her here after resident of Gainesville died late ap
are troops I professor night in the public defenderrace. noon home an democratic stability of the proaches.
there- he said, "but the number making room for an enrollment I at P. K. Yonge; E. M.: extended illness.A yesterday at Alachua General nations within the Western Hem
has declined substantially.' impact the state has" failed to Jones, assistant professor of R. A. (Lex) Green, a formerU. native of Dooly County, Ga.' Hospital. Funeral arrangementswill isphere.

: He said he didn't "want to get I provide funds for. nursing; L. R. Jordan, associ- S. Congressman, spoke for she had lived here for the last be announced by Jones- Both economic and militaryaid Non-Farm

} in any numbers game." Said Forman: ate professor and director, hospital -his son, public defender incumbent -58 years. She was a member of Johnson Funeral Home in Asia should be directed
"Neither the Board of Control
The President opened the ses and health administrationand R. A. (Buzzy) Green. And the Jones Baptist Church and towards the containment of communism
the Board of Education
nor EmploymentShows
sion by reading a statement in management; K. A. K e r- the son of R. G. (Chief) Justiss Eastern Star Chapter 198 of and assisting those
has indicated implied
ever or GM Plants
which he said emergency slake, assistant professor of spoke for his father. Newberry. nations which have the will
House negotiations WhiteI I that any failed.student And should be art; B. Y. Kenzey, associate Both candidates, who must Funeral services will be at, and determination to resist SpurtGood
) arbitrarily am professor of architecture; F. in six 2:30 p.m. today in Jonesville communistic infiltration and
avoiding a national rail strike campaign counties for the
absolutely certain that Instructor To Be Hit
represented "collective bargaining would do this, no no mat A. King, associate professor in public defender post, showed up Baptist Church with Rev. domination.The weather that stimulatesthe

in the truest sense of the ter who told him to. do Mr psychology.Also after their representatives had George Stevens, pastor, offici needs of Africa are so tourist and construction in.

I. word." He said his aim is "tc) Burns each of so. M. S. Kirkpatrick, assistant spoken.In ating. Graveside services will great that our aid should be limited -dustries sent Florida's non-

get consent rather than to get I ogy. As owes he should know us an, apol stu professor of English; R. the campaign for the District be conducted by the Eastern ByNAACPINDIANAPOLIS to a percentage contribution farm employment up 4.8 per
V. Krumm assistant librarian; Five Star in Jonesville Cemetery. cent to 69,500
coercion. dents fail because of emotional I County Commissionseat from many nations, especiallythe during February.
F. le Grand, assistant agrono- Pallbearers will be Mack, Thomas Ind. (AP- Service
Asked if he would seek emer problems lack of application challenger Leiman Batten more economically advanced industry employment
gency legislation should the rail 1 lack of study know-how and in,, mist, Everglades Experiment 'proclaimed himself against Albert and Marie Rain, The National Association for nations of Europe.Do accounted for two-thirds of Flor

talks fail, Johnson replied: "I I 'sufficient academic achievement, I Station; K. C. Liebman, associate -special interests and in favorof Johnnie Kenard and William the Advancement of Colored ida's gain.

I am not here to bury collective which to build. professor of pharmacology having a "resident physici Owens. People announced Saturday you think there is need The statistics come from the
bargaining. I am here to pre upon"Speaking to the last two ; R. C. Undquist, assistant an" at the hospital, againstthe Honorary bearers will be Carl members will stage mass dem- for further Congressional action U. S. Department of Labor'smonthly

serve it"Domestic points, the great claimer and I P.professor Lisca of physical sciences: Green Belt law, for voca- Hunt, Earl Hunt, Jimmie Rod- onstrations at General Motors on Civil Rights? Please report compiled in the

I politics also figured L promiser has indicated that t assistant professor of tional ,education, for parks and Howard Holder Corp. plants across the nation explain. Southern Regional Office in
gers, Mallory
1 in the conference with the English; F. P. May, assistant playgrounds and in favor of protesting "discriminatory Atlanta.
news his tremendous personal Influence a Hunt and Dan Alsobrook. practices Matthews My views on Civ They cover the Southeastern -
V first major: question dealing professor of chemical engineering city-county committee to help in employment." Rights are c in the I states.
and leadership in the Jack and J.. Survivors include her husband : _
; A. Mortensen
I with the future of fig&rjeC a I sJaflted ji assist- attract industry to the county. J.,Mazfe. Holt, and many Herbert Hill, national labor statement issued by me on Feb- I They show Florida with the

Lodge, U.S? ambassador ) whahe proudly proclaims as ant'geneticist, Watermelon. and Incumbent Sidney Martin nieces' !and nephews. secretary the civil rights :organization ruary 14. of this year. (A copy largest percentage gain in em-

South Viet Nam whogs-regard the Jacksonville Story..J -1sa(Grape MsWOL Dept.' spoke of the accomplishments : announced the action -of this newsletter may be obtained ployment and largest number of

ed as a potential Republican opponent {shame tharX..has not erted I Neulzel J, assistant of 'the present County Commis- DORA HINTON here in conjunction with by writing the Honorable D. persons employed. Virginia

for Johnson in the, November some of this influence and leadership professor in professional curri- sion and the plans it has to con- I the NAACP Midwest Leadership R. Matthews, 1320 Longworth ranked second in the number

presidential balloting. on behalf of the education culum; W. C. Ruffin, assistant tinue development of the county. 2721 Mrs.NE Dora 10th Gargile Ter. died Hinton, 67, Training Conference. Hill Bldg., Washington, D. C.) These 'employed with 44,700. The second -
Johnson said he knows of no professor of psychiatry; M. E: Edgar Johnson also an incumbent yesterday -would not give the date but views of place in percentage increase
.. .... of the children of the Jacksonville Shaw. .nrafessnr. nf mvohnln afternoon at Alachua General course, cannot be adequately
possibility or LOage resigning, area. Had Mr. Burns ------- -- rJ0.1' commissioner cited said it will be very soon and a covered in 150 words. went to Tennessee with 4.6 per
R. F. Stouffer Hospital after extended
that "his services there have seen fit to do this during his in plant assistant virologist his record as an elected of- i illness. an public announcement would be My chief objection to the cent.Mississippi
pathology G.
been very satisfactory and he f ftetn years of leading the' Stout assistant ; R. ficial. given "a couple of days in ad- bill is that it represents about ranked last in the

has done a very constructivejob. Jacksonville people, I am sure D. M. Travis agricultural assistant economist He's being'opposed by bus! A native of St., Clair County, vance.tI"This 90 per cent federal intrusion into number employed 12,200.In .

." that the Jacksonville Educa- ; nessman Dashwood Hicks, who Ala., she has lived here since areas where hitherto they growth rate Alabama was
professor of pharmacology; T. said he wants a conservativeand is an effort to drama- have low 2.1
tional 1959. not intruded and the bill per cent.
Story not
R. Waldo, assistant professor of tize to the nation and
read that business like approach to to thePresident's is concerned only with about 10 Other parts of the report show
More About :
I[English, Wass de Czege assist- governmentIn She was a member of the Committee. on Fair .
cent Civil second in
"All public senior high per Rights. I shall cooperate average
ant professor of foreign lang- the third Commission Northeast Church of Christ and Employment Practices that
schools in Duval I with the communitiesin wage and average week I
County were uages, and P. A. Ward, assistant race, candidate James had been active in Home Demonstration -General Motors is violating the I y
I. my district on a earnings for factory production
RiotFrom placed on probation for the voluntary
professor of art Wershow emphasized planningand Club work in Alaba antidiscrimination clause in its !
of workers. She ranks behind
school year 1963-64. This pro- program cooperation betweenthe Alabama
his opposition to favoritism.His ma. government contracts, he said. '
bation was recommended by races, and I strongly urge in boht categories.The .
The Florida Committee of the Doctor OfficesBurglarized opponents, Arthur Thompson Funeral services will be at 3 Hill would said be a mass demonstration that this type of procedure by average hourly wage In
1 and incumbent Claude staged at the cor
Page Southern Association and approved p.m. tomorrow in JonesJohn- poration's headquarters taken. Florida is $2.06-1n Alabama
i Brandon discussed: their public Detroit -
by the Southern Association son Funeral Home with evangelist and thereafter $2.13. Average weekly earn-
records. at 50 cities
treatment "by two or three officers of Colleges and' Two doctors' offices were reported H. E. Phillips, pastor of from Buffalo N.Y. To what domestic economic ings are $85.49 compared to
Other last to Jv
and speakers included ,
excessive heat in the night
Schools in session December 3,1 burglarized here Thursday the Forest Hill Church of Christin Francisco. problems should the Federal $86.05 in Alabama.
candidates for
cells. school
1963. The major deficiency and Tampa, officiating. Burial government give prIor- Nationwide averages are $231
Carey said the two three Friday nights, city police board seats.Jack Hill also said the NAACP is
or noted in making the will be in Waldo ities? an hour and $101.15 week
officers accused of violencewere recommendation reported yesterday.The Zimmerman spoke in Cemetery. (not advocating a boycott of GM per.
for probation was latest one was the officeof Survivors include her husband products, but added Matthews'I11e Federal Government for factory workers.
the :
absence of his
shift. on the 11 p.m. to 7 a. m. 'inadequate financing of the Dr.. John E. Maines at 317 Willard Williams, the opponent incumbent Paul H.; three daughters I "I am sure the Negro will I now, with the $11.5 billion '

school program.' I NE 1st St Mrs. Pauline Barton draw some conclusions from tax reduction bill a fact. Brew Arrest
He added that Williams was tied
Iniw. on
jai "Had Mr. Burns used some of Police said a. safe containing up Gainesville Mrs. Henry V.,Tol- the should first and foremost make
dows were closed in the late afternoons business, according to the em- protests. They will. spend
his influence during the last: drugs and a narcotics record bert Waldo, and Mrs. BobbyL. their dollars wisely." some sort of a beginning toward HAWTHORNE She riff'

., making the heat op 15 years on behalf of the edu-' book, and a .25 caliber automatic -cee.Zimmerman recited his Arnold, West Hollywood; balancing our National Budget I deputies and beverage agents

pressive.He added that the jail win- cation of the children in Jack-'I were taken from the office. port for vocational education sup- a son, James S., Miami: a brother Tax and initiating a systematic re' seized a jug of home-brew and
oners were allowed sonville, the college freshman Entry was gained by forcing facilities in the county, and Claude Gargile, Binning duction of our National Debt arrested Hazel Lee Simpkins,

only commissaryprivileges failure level might not now be! open a window. The intrudersleft the needs for a more academiclike ham; five sisters Mrs. Winnie Has Car HitTax The interest on the debt is 44, here Friday. Officers wentto

Friday and wanted on Wednesdayand them so great I, for one, do not want by the back door. library and teaching equip- Benedict, Memphis, Tenn., Mrs. $11 billion a year and we have her home about 6:30: p. m.

Monday and Thursday.The on the Jacksonville Education Story In the other burglary-at the ment, good salaries and communication Cal Brown and Mrs. Lillian Collector Shellie McKinney never, slice I have been in Congress with a search warrant and
repeated for the State of Flor office of Dr. W. H. Sunlen Sizemore both .of Sulligant, ( '
complaints were dismissed between the school was the victim of a hit and nearly 12 years), made;.found the home brew (homemade
ida. 'I
by Buchanan as "not valid." $233 was reported missing. board and parents. Ala., Mrs. Orlando Shelnut, I run driver on U. S. 441 n ear; any effort to put some kind of beer) in a shed 'behind

The sheriff said the air circulation $1.5 Million Music Both Jasper Joiner and Lassi- Guin, Ala., and Mrs. John Apol- the north city limits of Alachua a limit on the National Debt.I her house. -

through the cells is good TeachersTo ter Mason were on hand to ski, Valdosta; seven grandchil- about 9 p.m. Friday.A believe placing in the bud- Mrs. Simpkins said she didn't

the cells are comfortable and' For Palace Convene make their bids for the other dren and four great grandchildren. northbound car hit a con- get 1 per cent of the National sell the illegal brew, but usedit

the food is prepared by trained school board seat struction sign throwing it Debt for reduction each year, herself.

dietitians.A VENICE Italy (APA 17th L The 1964 convention of the Mason promised to work for across the center strip and as envisioned in legislation thatI -

typical cell houses six pris Century Venetian palace and its,!''Florida State Music Teachers vocational education, economy tically downgrade county educa- through McKinney's w i n d- have introduced, is a good Gainesville Sun I

oners. Each is equipped ,with a antique furnishings have been L Association ,will be held Nov. and better schools. But he said tional standards. shield. The car then crossed approach to this problem. I

shower toilet facilities and a sold at auction for nearly $1.5 'MO at North Redington Beach, he couldn't guarantee anythingbut Joiner said he supports a the center strip and rammed the I I shall support the Food I Saturday Published and evenincs.Sunday except mornings

dining table which, has. a built million but buyers passed up St Petersburg. A directors an honest vote on every "well-planned vocational education collector's car. Stamp program and certain by the Gainesville Publishing -

in chec>>erboard. one of the building's more mod ;'meeting of the organization attended matter that somes before the program" while upgrading The car didn't stop, McKinney -I phases of the proposed legislation -I! Company at 101 SE

When the new building was ern fixtures. 'I by Mrs. Helen K. Davis .board if he is elected. academic standards to keep told sheriff deputies who to help eliminate hard core I 2nd and Place.entered Gainesville.as second Florida.class

opened three years ago, .replacing '.refrigerator: 'in good working and Mrs. Jane Sterrett, _of He warned against unprofes- pace with the rising standardsof investigated. t areas of poverty. I especially I matter at the Post Office atGainesvtll

the old "skyscraper )aH," order jdrew no bidders as the :Gainesville. .wai'concluded this sional administration of school the nation's colleges and uni} Damage was estimated at i:believe that a well organized retraining Florida.

former Sheriff Thomas: KeDy five'f auctions and private t. I week.. matters and said it would dras- versities._ _ _ $300 to McKinney's car.. program for persons I CIRCULATION_ RATES BY
called it a 'modern approach I sales l ended Friday night CARRIER OR MAIL

to confinement" which would I More than a thousand antique 1.sjd.Hoffa 1 Week .45

encourage self-improvement.prisoners to seek: |dealers and art lovers crowdedLabiaPalace Threaten to Kill Robt. Kennedy? 3 Me. $5.65

near the Grand. All mail subscriptions mut
anSCTh5I5>alace was .WightEaly's be paid in advance.
j *
CHIMNEY I CHATTANOOGA.. Tenn. (AP) Rouge La.-could not be cross- of prison sentences. cedy's life was ordered sealed at 'ter, adding more fuel to the I!
CORNERS ._ t for1o.ooo:3r state'ra-: : Court records showed Satur- examined in connection with the A spokesman for the Justice the time. It became public during -fire, by the attorney general' Member of Audit Bureau of
ev SiQn;n l>> rk, R4-tc Circulation.M .
.y BMtttn :n day "that, a mysterious 'assas- alleged threat. because it was Department said in Washingtonthere the past week when Judge and the court releasing this I
WALKERI I use4taVeniceOperati6nCThlace : sination plot" mentioned during not relevant to the trial. would be no comment on Wilson filed a memorandum explaining most prejudicial and unfair I material contained herein it
was. sold by the production to whole or In Dart to
NW tn Ave. PMM PR )421: James R. Hoffa's jury-tamper Partin was secretary and bus- the story. why he had denied a statement I can't understand Pie property of the GabwsvWe
"Furniture n..s 1 SpanisfcBorn) Marquis Carlosde,
A Joy _.
ing ) involved I PvttUMnt Company (eJ 1N4. -
T. LIve With" TJestequirnow: or 'arls. trial an alleged mess agent of the Baton Rouge Informed said the new trial to Hoffa and the oth why a court would do such a I tfr'.ctty ferbfctten without the written
threat to kill Atty. Gen. RobertF. convicted.. thing." oermlMton of the publisher.There's .
local and the government's key I.
Kennedy. time of the alleged plot was
witness in the Chattanooga triaL early September 1962, and thatit In Chicago, where he goes on I

KFFP ABILITY I Chief Prosecutor Jams: Neal Testimony by.Partin linked Hof was shortly thereafter that trial April 27 on a charge of Only One Man
in a secret session of court Feb. fa to tampering efforts. Partin decided to work with the misusing $20 million in union I',

6, said the government's chief When the cryptic reference to government in the Hoffa case. pension funds, Hoffa accused J For a Good Clean Stand
I !
witness "reported (to the FBI) the assassination before I I both the government and Judge I :
IT IN THE OFFICE OF threat I plot came When it came up in court I .2
a by James Hoffa to kill
< Wilson of to prejudice
the jury-without elaboration -I there was no explanation of the seeking Vote and
1 Support
:the attorney general. Neal said
TAX ASSESSOR he knew on Feb. 23, Teamsters r assassination plot except for assurance that case. I
.KEEPJP1EIct1r it President Hoffa angrily told that it did not involvethe "I think the federal govern
about newsmen, "I deny it, it's a lie death of th- late President ment knows full well they have! BOB JORDAN

At the time it was revealed and it never happened." John F. Kennedy, the attorney prejudiced the defendants' opportunity

% ; SMITH Saturday, U.S. Dist Judge Hoffa and three others were general's brother. of getting a fair trial! Your Sheriff

Frank Wilson ruled that the convicted March 4 of trying to The transcript of the secret in Chicago by the publication of -

-.-- ... 'witness-Teamsters Union official -fix a ,federal court jury They session in which Neal mentionedthe this secret hearing. This will Pi AeV.
----- L_ Edward G. Partin! of Baton _are free on bond pending ,appeal threat'ag inst Robert Kea- just be more inflammatory ;

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.J \0 April '12, 1964 Gainesville i / : Sun 3AjLBJ -

I Pushes :

t I Rail Issue "SU'NDAYNOON7'P.

1f OPEN M.

,I Bargaining .

t WASHINGTON (AP) President -
t Johnson underscored anew ....

i Saturday his deep desire that .", ,,,,,,,,.,,,,.". '. .... 3r ...
railroad and union /
negotiators "
J. "
'. : ..
by collective bargaining the llll"i"ii"ii"i'iii'iiI"i"llllM .. "t. ::.
< M "
recurring threat of national "' 4 -
a I ,. &*! {t..n:i l .
rail .,. ., '
I shutdown.He J :."',. '# >O> ,. "
? J .
sat in again with the ; i'Y.fi.-t?i. f. d
and federal mediators negotiators -i I ,r !< 1.Ni: 4_ ::? ; ,_____ '. '..
who are striving in White House A>t \ _____ : :
__ _ _ _
sessions to reach by April 24 a .
,settlement that has been sought "S'l4Et.\ -
' : futilely I for more than four I I c\.i ):J JIITY

-years. u. I :
Then the President opened a SU"9L. -
news conference with a lengthy -
I r Statement about the negotia- QU .,., t""" -/ '
Jions! launched after both sides"accepted II .V4."" '
? : 1111h.L .J.: <:( .4 .
r Ii his Thursday night DISCQuu-r _. ,, 'i-Arr"1iZ.i; ". -
!W "' """" "" "' _' '.
I 1I'I --proposal for a 15-day delay in a
..sjtrike, which was to have shut
& ..dpwn more than 200 rail lines -
at 12:01 ajn. on Friday. : ---f' -
':".: He said "Success in this case .. _
-..- .
I t ,. : ,.,
j n-.be ii =---- -4 ; .x< t l;;!> :t an enormous step ( I -=-p; Vv"fu 1fY :tf. %" F"> f''<''''''" <;''f'<" :.t''t '' :t ti j<< strengthening the. foudations 0r. i I ]!fi }d ;{*.1 t Ji )? ;: I >" ._," ,,' t" t, 'ax L\:
".collective ,1 bargaining.: I knov 0 .d, { Iw.: fl .4, > 1i1'; ', : ,,
r.. hIS, is"in the heart and mind; ;- .
*of tnose around the (bargaining .
J '
-table." 'I' I ,.
: Johnson's.statement made '>'; j'i j\\;
Ir. I
direct mention of the
only ap"parenf .e
r. alternative: legislation if the nego"t1attotis"fallnew by t 'i I CYCLE' .

'Congress.: .f i 11ijI
Ill But when he was asked whether \
: .
he is prepared to ask for legislation : .'; rt- '::.... I .AUTOMATIC WASHER '
, t... I .v
' -if the talks fail he re- 'I """'40I -
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pliedr: !

, "I, am bargaining.not here I to am bury here collective to I' : .": 8 7 I Il'

it. I to _v", ?1iI
preserve am prepared "I "'rI '" ",,,
,'carry on negotiations with the r,, i I 11111I11I : I WIT. ,
thought that we are going to 1 '
reach a settlement, and I hope t I : Featuring'
{ and pray we will." Y "I I I 2 cycle rotary timer regular! and gentle cycles. J T hese famous

ed In that his statement the public, Johnson interest not- $ I I I .. Rinse and wa."I.rt.mperalur.sel.ct..wileh. f

"must1 expressed:always his be distaste overriding"but for ". : .= ..: ..i, ii 1@Jjj." : "fJ ;v .. f.>i..
words imposed solutions in these :/;;:'i&J,,.:.: ..". ', >..'M".. ,IE" :Y.DO, }!N.-,.,..;''". am'e an d s
: ;& ;f ""' "': ".. "s,: :<<,1''' '''';- '' ,
.. ,
*'*. We must never delude .., .,< .'".. ,',';' *" :ft"1''v"< >;!.-.p'X- ; ; > >;< % ; '!
1 ourselves that we are serving ...!":, <',,<,$ ,'> ;:".>fi i.ii'f.;:,:.:::>'i'..""':;':.'..r'.W"!.<.5/ "''" .w ">t'- ':<, .,,..II. '. -t" '',*}!;?.i"1{ .' < the public interest if at any time i's. OORA .
l, we supress the legitimate rights .'ij!' N ..,..w>o>'...:w., ....V):.; <<#; ./':\'-... t. .'( ..! Vclor,
of the conflicting parties.

system"The of ultimate of free government men objective who know is of a how our soCiety : ::7:; I : I "flii. 2.000R REFRIGERATOR Genera' Elec'ric"' .

to live together and how to get va .
with BIG 100 Ib. FREEZER .
consent rather than to get coer- Udll dI'tilil Adm" .
1 cion." : : a,s Ph :
I I Emphasizing again his con- '=111)11) NO MONEY DOWN! ONLY 2.50 per week '- J co-Erne.s

cern over the threat of a rail I onf
I. strike that could deal a severe i{ lp"f I 87
blow to the economy, Johnson \\r;: lp :- I '
I Bald in his statement he is "not : ; I WESTREX .
trying to impose a solution" but f ...,. I D I I
.. ..., ; I "COM ;
went PH
on: O..b.
"This is to me a matter of J ( WIT.. : C' T: .. ..
!, il V1H''''' lna.JG.4.)0,1, :vlu: .. ... .
the most vital importance to our "t.t.t'.. :, \ rtl.rgiI'Jil' I J'": 'II .PORT1t. ':.. ""
,country. I,,will follow the negotiations t.__ \ J 0..0--, ... lffllb1 I 'SIE 7" '.
very closely. I have met 1.1.s z' ,l .. ,I Automatic defrosting refrigerator section. Handw'd }iff
with again the this morning negotiating, and parties I am I:.>.r r.PI.l "IUiiI >L_ .........:c.. '!I Door storage butter-keeper &: egg storage. Good Crisp Frin"ear P.Icture 97 'W df'K.,?!>'. ..
9e Are
going to do everything I knowto A '::" ::-- '1' ,:., 1t@ 111t1fk. 'r.ft;': f'il,. f lfJ, >>y. a Recel'tion
do to be helpful and construc- .c ?_$'" 1>':iViftl't 4\<<.' : ;. t: Y'-Y< ;:'i ..
',., tt w { j:1
""'" k i.{ Wt.1\ ,;
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tive. :- 'f '{(/ \":< { .1.." II"/
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Sales Tax '

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Take Is UpSales -. .....

higher last tax month collections than duringthe were _, FREE DELIVERY & SERVICE t / ;; :;

same mnth a year ago in I KELVINATOR AUTO II ::. t jJ t '/ : :F.!dll,' NO FROST 2-DR.
eveiy.county in this area, ac

.,eatdingto.the the:.Jlevenue Commission monthly report of r WASHER REFRIGERATORFREEZER
I i;

cent Other Alachua increase counties County to:$194,281.. saw a 25 per MultiCycleJ. ;

':";' Bradford -$15,37. from ..M. Fields' Protected Price t :A j

last-Clay year's-$15,152.$19,543 from $13- \ VO\lC II ; J."
128. \ 495 ,
( .i1t WIT.
'$29.597._ Columbia: $46,247 from DO\) V fiihJ1!

__.=.Dixie.: J6.250 from **.mrGiJchrist .i : '--1.1', u..L1.,. No Frost Refrigerator
'I .. IL .... ,
5\n WIT :
'II ... .o.Jr: .
from 11[ Freezer
.... i) -$1,651 \ ; :;;- : jn.h lnU.> : JIIE :
,' ,188.. ... : 4 i i1r'' "'U:: u;; fI} Twin Porcelain Crispers
= -
__ -; r Full 1 Width On-the-Door
-Levy- $19,556 from $15- I __ EJ1!;' -- = :
O--- _. K :1 Dairy ChestDeluxe '
: ,
-- lvi.nator-wash a dspin. l ;
.". n.Marion '-*. $174,984 from pAR'S Multi-cY cle auto timer i d al. = I' III High CapacityDoor
YEAR Shelves Take Half-
,$140,36.Putnam $62,318 from I 5- 0 Positiveandefficienttintfilter.! I ii_If Gallon Cartons
'EE Magic-Minute pre-scrubbing. I -F: _- Double Row Egg Shelf
GUA 1.- __ ) ____ Guarantee Polar- '
$45,183.Union -----= -- =, _____ 5-Year on
-$2,572 from $2- Fingertip control water temperature =-
547. \ :::::___ _. selector. 3-step .----: __.---11 Sphere on Refrigerator Unit, 1 !Year
: :
Cape Picketing I -::::::::::::: rinsi n9.' 11 6S1LNK68 !

Jn. Suspension
six-month' 'suspension of union e 28 cu. ft food storage capacity 964 pounds HARDWIRED
picketing has been agreed upon e Adjustable temperature control Easy to see signal light $279 23" ...
while differences are settled in 5-Year food spoilage guarantee
Cape Kennedy's latest labor '
Informed of this Friday by <* 16 cu. ft. freezes food up to'2/ times faster than,other makes
parties to the dispute federal Solid aluminum shelves with contact freezer i .
Judge George C. Young of Orlando It's so nice to have an Amana around the house 259 '_
dismissed a temporary in-
junction against striking secur- WHIRLPOOL UPRIGHT FREEZER :

ity guards. It had been obtainedby Food capacity 339 pounds with temperature control :
the National Labor Relations Magnetic door closure gasket $15 9 :
Board in behalf of the National WIT
Aeronautics and Space Adminis- $200.00 food spoilage warranty : i

tration.The guards, members of Local GENERAL.ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER I Go1d.nMpremi\IM-I oted i.U ii. 3":s"

127 cf the United Plant No defrost refrigerator zero temp freezer. Alnico migAIUpe.g\e.! ravines tidy, ..
Guards of America, picketed O Porcelain crispers with full size egg shelfMagnetic 23K971-W viewi.. ,
the Merritt Island site earlierto door: closure. A REAL STEAL AT ONLY . ... .. $169 clear forbPSmaq- .

protest employment of nonunion :(DEL-SUV.-oPT.J .. _". .
guards. Construction workwas .
tied up for three days. r.t : -- : ",
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Aid to Cyprus I M- y.
VIENNA Austria (AP) -Th

Foreign Saturday Austria's Ministry hospital announced unit OPEN 9 AM. ,9: PM, SUNDAY NOON 7 PM, US 441 NORTH AT ::23rd BLVDJi.6.82'971 ::._.-... :

-. .
for the U.N. Cyprus peace force -' -
., .
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will be flown to the island. short -

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.A Gainesville Sun Sunday, April 12, 1964


I, WI <& &ftituill M Suit : Looking.. Ahead at ChinaBy OF t

WALTER UPPMANN ercising pressure on Formosaand might wish we, too, were ableto Soviet Union will not help Red V
.._ niso i. PretUcal MirxklUberi
JOHN K. a&TAT COWtES. VIe Pre*- The Chinese Soviet conflict Southeast Asia than she work both sides of the China if It challenges the SOUTH

dent ED 101L SON. Viet Presldell'Florida's has sharpened to the point would be if she had a free street. American position in Formosa

Beautiful t + Md Executive EdlUri W. C. (BfflEBEESOLE. ) where a suspension of diplomatic hand to exploit the opportuni and in the off shore islands.
,. lr f Vie President tad Ad.TcrtUlac relations is LOOKING ahead, what Is it Behind this
'" Director BOB TA TAG.LIONE. a possibility.It ties.Over acceptance of a
: University CitY' and above this thereis possible to discern in the dim By RALPH McGILLI
Vic Prerident *ad Ctrcml is now plain, as some have reality might be the hope, Paten
!! .....,.." t':" < ?1. tiva 1dan.eer. been saying for some time, a secondary question, whichis far distance? The eventualin which is not altogether I I I Ik. Albau.mnBtatOl (<
r i .'_ : :' '. that the ideological debate is whether we ought to give ( 10 to 20 years?) evolutionof unreasonable, that the successors

j I :' v. THE SUN'S POLICY only the outward manifestation support to the Soviet Union because Communist China is some- of Chiang Kai-S h e k

> of the long standing, Red China is now the thing like present-day Rus- in Formosa will make their QuestionAfter
: t .1f I. Report tAe news fully and Impartially in the news columns. > pre-Communist collisions of more active aggressor or, like sia, that is to say, into a Com peace with Peking. There are

t ,_ ".. ,2rt.x&re&s the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials interest between the Russians General de G a u 11 e, do business munist country more concerned also some faint signs that Peking
: :, 3f Publish ali4Me, ot. important controversial issues.
; with both and show with its own developmentthan
.. N rot ** *m.. ** _. moving toward the Pacific and no might have understoodthat
The Sun's telephonesr AI.l! partments-372-8441 "the Chinese moving north. preference for either. with external expansion. even if the civil war in

"' .. Want Ads-376- 672 There have already been a For us, the answer to this If this is a good guess, the Viet Nam is won by the

t :. ." '.," great many little fights in the question is given. For we are first confirmation of it is likely Communists, the enormousair The Fall

Russian- Chinese borderlands.Yet in a state of open hostility to come in the form of a power will remain to in-

'0 while there will almost with Red China, indeed legally relaxation of Chinese pressureon terfere with the conquest and

A New Enlightenment certainly be more of in a state of "war," and we the southern frontier. This presence of American sea and At about the time Niklta

them, and even if the two gov- have to be on the side of the relaxation might show itself occupation and exploitation of Khrushchev was telling work.

E People have a parrot-like tendency history i is to be taught only in chron- ernments suspend diplomatic enemy of our enemy. But General for example, in a let-up of the Indo China.AMERICAN. ers in a Hungarian electrical
de Gaulle is freer than pressure on India and in an
m. to repeat familiar words and phrases .ological packages and that the older. relations, even if the tirades equipment factory that communism -
and he is able of the fact that the
; -. become more violent, if thatis we are, as one acceptance sea and air will achieve little if
ij. they do not fully-tinderstand. Grad the package' the 'morevaluable. its possible, it is not likely that power is not one of those falling it cannot give the people.what

ually they invest them :with .what educational content. Even a' course all this is leading to war. Chi- BELOW OLYMPUS By 'Interlandi dominoes that so much is they want more to eat,

ever meaning or emotion suits 'their na is not a nuclear power and said about. If the signs can be schools, housing, ballet things

mood. This is especially true of such called "Modern History" is, likely' it cannot attack Russia, and read this way, it may not be that enlarge the life and are

great words in the language as:free- under the prevailing custom, to T>e- Russia is in no mood for war. too late for a political pacifi worth fighting for leftist -

human gin with the Middle Ages and reach Neither country is likely to 1iw cation on the southern frontiers President Goulart was. swept
dom liberty democracy,
the tail-end of the 19th century feel it can afford the costs of of Red China. out of office by .an army- ,
These many-faceted _
rights. are .
mobilizing large ground arm- H supported rebellion.
The Russian Chinese conflict
week before the allotted
about .
words that have been shaped and refined a _
ies for a conventional war. A certain
opens President Goulart had not
out of pressure and struggle. time runs out. large Chinese Russian war in E a s t e rn Asia. We. given the people wfiat they

They are abstractions to be under- would open both China and alas, are not free to take advantage wanted there was less food ".

stood only as one understands the Most students, we believe, would Russia to great pressure from of the m. We must less money less housing and

history of human aspirations and the find greater incentive to historical their non Communist adver- leave the initiative to friendly not much cultural comfort. In

I slow] evolution of human civilizatior. study and research if they could begin saries.IF nations like France and Great flation was driving the coun-

with the history that is being : ,- / I Britain which have not tied try's currency down to the

WE ASK ourselves what Ii' themselves up in knots. point where it would buy lit
) In the name of freedom men oppose made, the history of which they area should be our own attitude toward 4iy5o The truth is that we do not tle.

law, resist the authority of the part, and trace the roots of modern the conflict of the two )1 have and will not permit our

police, rebel against all forms of civilization backward instead of great Communist states we 1 selves to have a Far Eastern bumblebee The flight, who of had this buzzed leftist

withoutthe can begin.by recognizing that From South Korea to
governmental restriction, and lead groveling in the dark past policy. much and produced little,
we are now benefiting by the South Vietnam, we are in-
libertines.In assurance of finding"'any' roots is blow of Com
the lives of irresponsible a to plotters
'conflict itself the fact that
hibited from having any policy
the name of democracy political at all. communism is no longer a munist loyalty Russian, Cuban ..
I .. except to seek no solution and
j cMcaiery is practiced, double-dealing united antagonist of the non- D to remain frozen where we Trotskyite or Chinese. It
".. essential the freedomto significant that the rebel
1 in pur1 is condoned, candidates The second Communist world. lion was near bloodless. It
1. to their con- communicate honest views and The conflict has caused the are.Considering the fact that we
; i r1 meant the people were not
Soviet Union to relax its all odds the most
1"** opinions without fear of punishmentor pres- are by
stituents, tilt 2r r"n committed to Goulart to the
..* .. sure on Eastern Europe and : powerful of the non Communist
rousing rabble to hate and vic ce,. r- n1. requires more than age j- degree of having equated him
Also there
Germany. countries look
are a we a
.. r law. It requires intel- with a good future. They
and a Southern politician promisesto number of si g n s which indicate lot like one of those prehistoric
had their doubts. Some students -
scrap the Constitution.That lectual tolerance, a recognition of that Red China may animals which was all and some workers

the "right to differ." have become much more prudent armor and teeth, but had almost demonstrated for him. But

is why we must give educa- and circumspect in ex-' 'E-e-e-e-eek!! A Kennedy half-dollar!1" no brain. not many.

New' En- There are always people with the
tion a chance to bring a Leaders should be aware

lightenment to the minds of a "free" courage to speak their minds regard that they must somehow reverse -

people. For a people can remain free less of consequences. But we live ina the course of things and

only as it is not in bondage to ignor- repressive climate so far as free Voice of the PeopleOn begin to provide more beans

ance, to bigotry, or the emotionalized speech is concerned. An "unpopular" and rice, more meat, jobs and

idolatry of cliches. The world has statement by a public speaker, a housing, a stable currency
4 The losers will prowl the pe-
,, changed so much and so fast that senator, an editor, a minister, or a The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions == riphy of their defeat, trying to

judgment cannot be passed on problems professor is likely to educe threatening find a way back in.

domestic or international, by letters, anonymous phone calls, and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Utters
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot Chile is in a period of grave
t l invoking the battle cries, war and acts of vandalism.If exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The crisis. Indeed, despite aid

'' whoops,..good hate hymns of the Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to. shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or that is relatively massive,
,.. intent. _. .
) __ ..
1900's -=:Sr f i rr ffT! F M id C we:ire tota e-ajttilgment.based- --'. t that country has been unableto
point Is that-we; consider reg- would seem a particularly significant and was Released to 'pay the balance its
: problems.
All '
to the dying dogmas of a Tribal civF.;;.on .Jm wledge, we must seek it"1.. ; Citizens -
istration the first step toward time to conduct a other at so much a week. There, too is a lack of beans
lization. The "unthinking" reflex act through education and free speech. Should Vote and educated electorate, and drive for "more participationin But God knew that I hadn't and rice. The land less continue

must be superseded by judgment But what word "education" is another for two reasons: the voting processes by all been there long enough, so it to crowd about the cities

based on knowledge.This halo-bearing] word. In its name EDITOR, Sun: A consider- 1. Citizens who are registered our citizens." came about that Ocala had a unemployed, hungry, discontented

money is spent for new buildings, able amount of time and legal and can vote have con- The Board of Directors hold on me, so I went there.I committed to

can be accomplished only as new institutions are established-and tape has passed since your siderably more incentive to Gainesville Women for Equal had started praying to God no idology but willing to lis-

two things happen. The first is an students are often alienated from editorial questioning the wis- inform themselves regarding Rights for forgiveness before I was ten to promises.The .

dom of voter registrationdrives candidates and issues than cit sent to Ocala, but I stillcouldn't of Latin America .
the love of all history
unbiased and'scholarly learning as a re-
I of the type conducted izens who are not registeredand From Alcohol seem to get anywherewith has been of revclu-
through education, on the issues that sult of the naive belief that the word therefore cannot vote. one
recently and in the. past by God, as I still was hang. tions. But for the most part
1 trouble today's world 'an earnest itself has magic powers regardless of various civic groups in And To the PulpitEDITOR ing onto things of the world. they have been revolutionsin

i i it and impartial effort to see all the the distorted meanings or pedantic Gainesville. It is now the task 2. It is to the registered voters But I kept on until at last name only. Little reform,

facets of a social or political prob- practices that may attach to it. of the state attorney to decide that candidates address : Sun: I was an alcoholic after about 70 days and often none, flowed from them.

lem regardless of what may emerge whether he feels that any themselves and the issues. for about 20 years. The nights I really felt God had delivered They were more nearly

legal technicalities have been This fact was made quite road to alcoholism is a de- me and called me to changes in command. Mexico -
that is counter to our preconceptions While we are trying to dispel the
strained in the efforts put clear in the recent city election structive one for a drunk. It preach. I only spent about a has a relatively less explosive

and prejudices.The semantic fog around our social and forth by these organizations to where, because of in- caused me to lose everythingmy month in Ocala and I was set situation. There wasa

[r political cliches, let's come to grips "Register and Get Out the creased Negro registration, wife, my children's free.I program of land reform.: It

other is a new guarantee of with the meaning of education it. Vote." We do not feel compe- both sides for the first time love, my home, friends and now have my wife and was not enough. But it was a.
tent and do not intend here to in self respect. But I sim-
freedom to the individual to express, self. actively campaigned Negro my children back. I have been beginning.
address ourselves to this issue of the well ply didn't care.
areas city as as
and to express publicly, by whatever granted a license to preach by Senator William Fulbright,,
If there is to be New but rather to the argument for white.In But God delivered me of all the Oak Hill Independent asked that
means of communication is available, a Enlighten recently we quit
universal suffrage. a democracy there are that and He deserves all of
Church of Fairbanks and
as- thinking in terms of outdated
his sober and studied view ment the place to generate "the
on any All organizations which I many points of view, each the credit for it was nothing sist Rev. George Tison when- myths where foreign policy Is

issue that he deems important. .light" is in the schools schools have worked on voter registration represented by various short of a miracle. I'd been to ever possible, and whereverelse concerned. A few brickbats

that look upon learning as ,a means, would, we feel sure, agree spokesmen. You chose to hospitals, to Alcoholics Anonymous that God might lead me were tossed his Honest

II\ The first essential, the focusing of not an end in itself schools more with you that the desired goal quote Dean: Edward W. Bar- and to hospitals for alcoholics to speak. differences were aroused.way. But

is a large and well-informed nett of Columbia University.We and I'd be drunk My d e sire now, with God's
the educational searchlight on the interested in activating the mind it would be helpful if we rid
electorate. Where we, to speak choose to quote Senator before I got home most of the help, is to try to set up a place ourselves of myths..No. U.S.
world of will than in filling it indoctrinating it
today require ,
a ,
scrap- only for our own organization, Smathers. We do not quote the time. for people such as I have policy will work If the count

ping of the academic concept that or tranquilizing it. differ from the Sun's viewI' senator because we entirely been, a place for alcoholics try toward which it directed]
I'd tried going to church on
with his stand civil
agree on who inter- resists it
are really sincerely or cynically agreesto
occasions and
several I
rights, but rather because we ested in God them with it but .
go along corrupts
The Myth of Executive Running Matesponderable feel that he can hardly be "going to church" as that is take away the desire to drinkas and subverts it. No pr>
accused of the sort of "speclalmotivation" all I did, as I had never really He has from me. He can gram of aid will attain its objectives .
true relation
experienced a
you attribute to for anyone if they will only unless the government -
with God I held
By RICHARD WILSON for vice president in 1920 on if a deadlock developed between factors which dou- ship always turn themselves wholly over receiving it wills it to be

Cowies Washington Bureau the Republican ticket. General Wood, a kindof ble the problem for President us.Commenting on the civil back something to go back to Him.It effective. ...
rights bill, Senator Smathers into sin with, but God founda would be a place that will
WASHINGTON, D.C. One The bosses Medill McCor- MacArthur-like figure of his Johnson, and he could said, "I believe every citizen stopping point for me.I be non-denominational, where Peking reportedly Is pre .

of the political myths com mick of Illinois Reed Smootof time, and Governor Lowden of conceivably find that he could :should vote. And that with was put in our county jailto anyone can take part paring to move into the bus .

mon in Washington is that a Utah, and others-m a d e Illinois of, Adlai a Republican E. Stevenson.counterpart not, for practical purposes, more participation in the vote serve a 150 day sentence.It's churches pastors, citizens. If iness of subverting govern-,

president or presidential can their choice of Sen. WarrenG. make a single recommendation ing process by all our citizens not much time really, but anyone is interested in helpingout ments through organizing.discontent -.

didate dictates the choice of Ohio for Uncertainty or ambivalenceon for vice president. How many of the other inequities time to stop and take accountof with this project either and Communist cell
Harding of president the of the would ..." and myself with their fi- groups opppsed to those here--
his running mate. part presidentcan else are politicians to construe quickly disappear. myself see as personal help or .
in the famous smokefilled cause trouble in a politi- This year, 1964, in which God could see me, and it nancially. I ask their support. tofore linked with Moscow.
the various trial bal-
The myth has enough truth room incident of political cal convention and produce Florida elects a governor and wasn't a pretty picture to see. REV. CARLOS E. JOYNER The assumption of informed
in it to be plausible: butis history. But they could not results, which' the presidentmay loons for the vice presidency? the United States a president I only served 50 of the days 304 S. E. 7th Street persons is that all they wiU .
Discussion of Shriveror
subject to many miscon force down the throats of the not have anticipated. Sargent be able to accomplish in the

ceptions. A presidential candi- Republican delegates their There are those who say today Defense Secretary McNa- foreseeable future is further.

date could probably veto a choice, with Harding's :acquiescence that Franklin D. Roosevelt's mara for vice president did to split the once great monolith -
not occur in a vacuum. In POTOMAC FEVER f of world communism.
prospective running mate but of Senator Lenroot first choice for vice
he might find himself so firmly of Wisconsin for vice president president in the 1944 conven- both instances remarks made 'k Cowles The Chinese have perhaps the
Fletcher Washington Bureau
President John- By Knebel
privately by best opportunity to set such
seized by circumstances as tion was Supreme Court Justine up
to have to modify his original. William O. Douglas but son encouraged the speculation Alabama's Gov. George Wallace is under full sail in northern primaries.In cells in Southeast Asia and
Currenfjccounts tell howMcCormick's not that he endorsed either .
wishes or intentions:...* a Democratic National Chair- the South, they're calling him the Yankee clipper. Latin America.In .
for the but that
nominating C man job
jnan.from Missouri construedRoosevelt's Europe, Mr. Khrushchevseems
This is whyarjyT tune<<'' ipeecfi Tor Lenroot fell flat' at a certain point he lavishly -
mention of two By turning off the lights in Washington, government policy has shifted to be on solid ground.
from both in
or estrangemenf A" delegate Oregon, praised men private
names to come down in favorof 180 degrees. Out is now In. Revolution merely for the
tween President Johnson and Judge Wallace McCammant, talks.
Harry S. Truman. sake of revolution longer
,' Attorney General rose from the floor to demand : -
Kennedy:,( Even though the nomination Talk of a Republican ticket of Gold water Lodge sounds like some kind of makes much sense. More
need net preclude the nomination the nomination of Governor By the turn of fate both
of Kennedy might hurt mountain resort. In fact, some Republicans believe it's the last resort bread, beans, goulash, spa
of for vice
Kennedy Coolidge. Coolidge's n a m e Coolidge and Truman became
Johnson the ghetti and ballet
President in
-- are better
president in August. In swept through the delegationsand Presidents of the United
The Justice indicts steel be intermission understood.But .
South and politicians think Department eight companies. There'll a slight
case, Kennedy, the Presidentand 'he'"as carried into a States, although it cannot be
the more in terms of whether a in the LBJ-business honeymoon while they both go off and the most dangerous
members of Kennedy vice presidential nomination surely demonstrated that either '
A vice presidential nominee will have a good cry over Bob Kennedy. myth of all Is believing thatan
family publicly deny any es which he had not sought. was the first choice of
hurt the ticket rather than -- overthrow of one Marxist-
trangement.A the presidential nominee.So .
Coolidge had been mentioned help it-even though Kennedy Barbara Hutton marries for the seventh time. When automation's in vogw, oriented regime assures tend

political convention.jnov- for president in 1920. He it is well to arrive at might cost Mr. Johnson some Miss Hutton believes a woman automate frequently. to Communist SUDDGH

ed by emotion, has in more enjoyed A certain amount, of no hasty conclusions about votes, emotion at the Democratic -- Brazil will be to troume

than one instance ignored*'Or 'fad because of his firm what a president or presidential convention could force Alabama's Gov. Wallace gets a big presidential vote in Wisconsin. We've again if it is unable to im-

Haunted the dictates of itsbosses. handling of a strike of the nominee can or cannot do Kennedy's nomination as a had sit-ins, swim-ins and lie-ins btt he's Dixie's first serious almost in. prove the position of the dis.

The most memorable Boston police But he was not. in selecting his runningmate testament to his assassinated contented. Much depends on .

>tocident was probably the. :a Jeading f contender and fIg- and possible successor. brother. This, at least, The State Department says we're winning the cold war. Not only are we what the new government is

lamination. of Gov. Calvin. =the pre-convention_ dis-, In the case of Kennedy there would seem to be the lessonof ahead on points, but we're using the Communists to unload a lot of old real willing to do in the area of
Ooolidge of Massachusetts only ais a darkhers are certain eaetteeal.and im- political history. estate on. genuine reform.

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.. ,. .. \ Sunday, April 12/1964 Gainesville Sun SK

. o Iv' "v1 arc. Vote Prone to lie I-Ianded-Granil-T11-rv- ,

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By HAROLD RUMMEL Willie James Thomas, 22, and possession of burglarytools entering; Brackie Brice, 17,check t '\ :' J
; Gary Zane Mattox, 31, Herbert Head tick I IF
Son Staff Writer who sentenced theft; land, worthless check Charles
was two termsof ; George Bennett Brown, breaking and entering; Gar--non-support; William E. Purin- ker statutory rape; Sonny Salada -
Six murders, a rape and a three years each for two 21, three counts of forgery; field Robinson, 67, possession of ton, 28, three counts of worthless Alfred Nathaniel Hollis, rob- Williams, breaking and enter "'Smith, assault to .murder
probe of voting registration procedures breaking-and-enterings on Aug. Addie Calhoun, 54, possessionof a still; Lawrence Rose, 39, pos checks; Henry Ronald : forgRa ing; Ray Williams, car theft; and two counts of attempted
will be handed to the 9, Eddie Wimms, assault with intent
1960.Clifford moonshine; Arthur Augusta session of moonshine; inistella, 32, two counts of obtaining ery Archible Clarence Lewis ; armed robbery; and EdwardL.
grand jury when it is empaneled Raymond Miller, Willie James Shorter 35, to rape; James Daniel Wai- Roop, attempted robbery.
in Circuit Court tomorrow. Carney, 36, and Louise Stone two narcotic drugs by shooting into house; How
who 10
got years on Oct. 4,
They top the docket of about 1960, for assault with intent to Rozin, 34 both breaking and counts of breaking and enter-I fraud; ard Lillie,worthless check; Thomas -I'
75 cases scheduled for the murder. entering of a car; Frank: Dam- ing; Pedro Wilson,43, and Lewis -! Willie Lee Anderson, escape; Lineman, worthless check; .. Honor
spring term of court. Other cases to start tomor pier, 21, perjury; Nick Fields Andrew Black, 23, both possession -Willie B. Bradshaw, grand Ward J. Meyer, worthless I '' : Do,
Most of the grand jury's time row: 47, transportation and posses- of moonshine; Willie larceny; Emanuel Brown, three check; George Michaels, receiving .' "" For Everyone, Even You,
Is expected to be taken up with '" F. Harris, worthless sion of moonshine; General Woody, 21, shooting into a build- counts of stealing timber; Char stolen property; Lloyd Mooney ; '7' Trade the Old for the New.
the voting investigation ordered Grant Forman, 36, two countsof ing; Lonnie Wright, 38, trans- lie Clark Jr., attempted breaking grand larceny; Martha M.' 1
by State Attorney T. E. (Ted) sheet; Donald Earl Billiard 21, stealing timber; Walter Hay- portation of moonshine and possession and entering; James Davis, Rourks worthless check; Nellie, Vote and Support
Duncan. It grew from charges three counts of forgery; John nes, 26, shooting into a dwell- of moonshine; DeLaura aggravated assault; Bruce E. Ruth I' ,
Perry aggravated
made after the recent city elec Henry Booth, 17, forgery; ing; William E., Harris, 51, Bishop, worthless check; Holland Dingley, breaking and entering; sault; John Simpson an. H
tion.The to James Boston, 39, shooting in worthless check; Don Martin O. Coburn, grand larceny; J. E. Evans, grand larceny; Charles Woodrow T h e u s, as-I' BOB JORDANYour
rest of the jury's work a dwelling; Wayne Brooks Monismith, 33, forgery; Charles Robert Dixon, two counts of John Alfred Gibson, robbery tempted and
will be'on) the six murders and and Robert Wayne Chapman, Frank Monts 28 ; entering;
: breaking and breaking and entering; Mrs. E. James Hall and Walter Hay- James Tucker, entering with- Sheriff
the rape-all] capital ,offenses. breaking and entering and entering C.
; Gregary, worthless check; nes, assault with intent to mur- out Robert
The indictment law requires a grand jury cracking the safe at Wilson's, Willie Pope: 36, breaking and Jack E. Harvey, 30, worthless der; grand breaking larceny;: D. L. Westmore-Vickory, PJ. AeV.Mnelds .
before a person can I
oe men in Florida on a charge
penalty.thaj'' could:bring him the death i

Capital charges to be heard
are'agalnstf "

-- George Jones Jr., 22, for
the ,rape of an eight-year-old
girl on Jan. 30.
.:;''CharDe Mac'Brown, 21, for I
the'flrst'degree murders of Bet-
ty Mae Brown, 18, on Oct. 21
last-year: and Theodore Brown,
43, also on Oct 21. Both were
killed by shotgun Masts.
-John Henry Brown 60, for
the first degree murder of Johnny -
:B. Woods, 34,.with a rifle on
-: James Coffee, 49, for QUALITY
the first degree murder of Otis .
Johnson,..35, with DISCOUHT 7 PoNt.
Nov. 18 of last year.a pistol on I o / I Hop 12 Noon to II

James Ellis, 33, for the
first ,degree murder of Samuel 1'L II
B. Brown with a knife on Dec. II
14 of last yearf'Randoil .
Pitts 48, for the THE :
first degree murder of Marie \ .
I Vanes Pitts with a knife Wed fpR I
nesday at her Southeast Gaines
ville home.

While the Grand Jury is pon- 3
dering the capital cases and vot w -wr IWO
4 ing investigation, more than 60
other charges will be presented
t to the court. They include sev ,
en cases arising from the U.S. I
Supreme Court's ruling last i 'yEs '

year The in court the "Gideon granted Case.a "man : *4Y ** You May Win One Of The Many Prizes Including: I

named Gideon a new trial because 1 -
he didn't have the sere 6 Giant Beach Towel :
ices of a lawyer when he
was x
'' convicted. Adults Pound Box of Whitman's Chocolates I

felons Thousands have of applied other for convicted new Only Pair of Toss Pillows I

trials since. Giant Can of Car Wax I
Six will get them here this Please ;'. Spray

term.- Johnnie They are Lee: Coats, 29, sentenced I Andy Williams LP Record I

to from six months to THE RULES ARE SIMPLE: I
30 years for robbery on Oct. 3, Nothing to Buy. Adults Only. Perrn with Lucky Numbered Cart Wins.
1961 II
Cleveland John Donar Jr., II
23, sentenced to seven years for &* ZZ
4 robbery on July 10, 1962, and to l t r

I three years for forgery on June y LITTLE FAMOUS ;
26, I *
t 1962.William Llndsey Greene G.E. f ; MISS NADCO I
1 32, sentenced to three years %
for breaking and entering on PORTABLEWindow Ii
May 29, 1962. GOLF
Willie James Thomas, 22,, i SpringReg. !
who 'got two years on 'Aug. 9,
1960, for escape. i T

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I .6A Gainesville Sun Sunday.April 12,1964Tim&

{ With Less Time Someone

,.*', toSaysrGF" :.W a'en Gets Hurt

By BOB WILSON "The students just aren't tion is slighted for those that
(Conclusion) around anymore," it said. do.

::1 ::; Dean Although the trimester has TREMORS OF TRIMESTER In some cases, planned study "Because of this situation and

I : taken its toll on student activi- groups and retreat programs pressure in terms of time,"
ties and academics at the Uni- have been abandoned
and the Reitz said, "students have reduced -
I (EDITORS NOTE:.Lesley L. Hale, dean of students at the versity of Florida, students still I And in less time, too! trimmed their attendance at Lyceum -ious center ministers have been number of students using the their academic load to

t \ 'University of Florida, i* probably as dose to the social and squeeze in almost as much time II Sport; also continue to score Council events and Florida discouraged by the effect of the centers has dwindled to almost the point where I would say
I I --moral problems of 'university i : students here as any other of- for "sex, suds, and sports." high in the students' social life. Player productions. bobtailed time schedule. nothing.The the majority won't graduateany

ficial. The Sun asked Deann'llale to read the series, "Sex. on A random student opinion Over half of the students poll- Parents are also slighted by While the trimester has "file major disadvantage of the sooner than they would
"the Campus' and,, requested his comments.) sample indicates that about trimester, student have under the old
:: ed attend just as many football the trimester. More than half little effect on Sunday church attendance pastors sug- semester cal
three-fourths of the students and basketball and minor the students said they visit their it has cut back week- gest, is that it ignores the per- endar."
i ?... I am grateful to learn:of the'?Sun's jntention, to print the date just as much or more an- games I sonal
series entitled "Sex on'Campus.." The articles are- a realistic der the trimester.The sports events.A parents less during the school day activities at centers around needs of the student. Reitz said other prevasive

__.appraisal of the situation as it exists throughout the country. trimester hasn't causedan fourth of them go to more term. the campus. "Perhaps the powers that be problems are the pressure on
"' Jt is time the general public be awakened to the fact that this armistice in the "battle of sports events of-all kinds. The trimester also takes a few "It has increased the pres- could re-evaluate their purpose the faculty, recruiting new faculty -
Is a problem facing!'socJetj'=large :ami!' not booze" either. While three-fourths of the students -sideswipes at religious activi sures of an already frantic com- under the trimester and the and evaluating proper salary

t .....one that is confined to the college c npils.; The happy flow of "suds" still think "movies are better said minister. means of 'education' now in levels for the present staff.
ties.Dean "
munity, one
l ,- While conditions'at the.,University of FJori.Mda ( -. runs in a steady stream to about than ever," they attend fewer of Student Affairs Les- I use" said Gainesville student While controversy over the
are no worse, and two hope may,be better k 80 cent of the students who University-sponsored entertain- ter L. Hale, in a report evaluat- One center reports that the' "hard S. Kip. trimester is running hot and

: .:han- at many other schools, we have ,had. a drink per just as much or more ment offerings. ing the UF's first year under trimester has practically put .*e challenged the UF to takea heavy in some quarters of the

; ...growing concern for- youth's rationalization of than ever., **L' About half the students have; the trimester, said student relig- it out of business. long, hard look at the trimester. UF, the number of its c&-
illicit and promiscuous sexual..:relationship, ions is very small,- ,"

-which is resulting in the deterioration' 'of moral I f ,> ,' 1 "Good point," said UF Pres- Less than one third of the faculty -
.?standards. i J ident J. Wayne Reitz. "I hope think the trimester is satisfactory -
Steps have been taken ,here to. cope with More About fu. there will be some serious dis- and the majorityofthe!
J the various facets of the and : ex-on tli Campus .
problem sy
r many r. ; ;. ; cussion of changes and improve- students have turned thiwjbs
student leaders enthusiastically share the de- Hale l ? "!' t ,'' ** FromPael! : ments (with the State down it.
: >"'i<' u Board of on
1,sire to turn the tide. t'- < '-"
I .
'.,.. y.:.,,,;, Control) by this fall." But while administrators, faculty -
This cannot be done, however, without support of the home, J..1,','_':.'xu.r.and;".",v ._, r ".3
I Reitz said he and students that
hoped there: agree
8 community, secondary school, and adult society. Just as the ,
to lead to neuroses," Kinsey who Is used as the would be some substantial infor.' the trimester has certain drawbacks -
nation ever since Sputnik, has demanded academic excellenceso Says Prof. Lester A. Kirken- their own way. likely sage i
must it now demand a moral excellence in its colleges and dall of the Family Life Depart- These decisions are influenced Dr. Celia S. Deschin, Adelphi justifying sexual freedom. mation on the effects of the trimester it looks liKe ilia .VE..is
? high schools. Rather than a "moral revolution," which uSexorrCampus" ment of Oregon State Univer- by the fact that students who University sociologist, told us. "In the years that have elapsed available later this year going to have to live with it ftr

reports, there must be a moral renaissance. Just sity: arrive on today's campus have "As more and more young people since their publication, Kin- (A serious study slated by a awhile-it's up to the Board. .'of,
because sociologists report the prevalence of sin doesn't mean "At the late adolescent level, been saturated with either the came to accept this interpre- sey's reports have become a: University senate committeehas Control to decide-how long.

: that we must endorse, accept and support it. adult control has practically dis- real or the distorted philosophiesof tation as gospel, it paved the new kind of social norm," Dr. been slow getting off the,
.. appeared; the actual decisionsas Sigmund Freud. way for the erosion of traditional Deschin says. "Inferences were ground, however, because the:
Xn aroused general public could encourage and inspire the to what sexual practicesshall "Freud's theories were wide- moral codes." drawn from them that to be nor- Board of Control has not come;' SEWERS'INSTALLED.
dormant attitudes of hundreds of good students "on campus" be followed are made by ly interpreted to mean that any mal is to have a lot of sexual up with the funds to carry on 1
If it isn't Freud then it's
who, with public opinion behind them, would rise up and lead the youth in their own privacy inhibition of the sex drive is involvements. These assump- an investigation of the trimester .
*1 in a grass roots effort for reform. tions have been geared to the .) I

Thanks to the editors for helping report a sordid and dan- Store r belief that the Kinsey findingswere Reitz also knocked the stuff-:
Orange CropEstimated conclusive which they ings out of :
a popular
3.* erous situation. rumor o FREE ESTIMATES
| "
-'. .' ,. AboutBoard were not. circulating at the University."The I FINANCING
-. i LESTER L. HALE One hears on college campuses trimester was NOT set AVAILABLE i

V :* Dean of Students a kidding-on-the-square up as a trial system for a certain -'I COMPLETE PLUMBING'

From 1 anecdote involving a young coed number of years," he said. SERVICE.u
Page WASHINGTON (AP) The who goes to her first frater- "It was adopted by the

a: WUFT Series on Art on a clause which gives the Air Cape. I can't believe we would Agriculture Department's revised -nity party. During the party, Board of Control and that was!I GATOR .
I Force secretary the right to ever lose out on a deal like estimated of the Florida she,makes a frantic call to an it." I

.: terminate the lease and take this," he said. orange crop places the total at upperclasswoman."He's Switching his attention to, "
,Distributed Across U.S. over the state's installation "in Reitz, hitting on delays that 64,200,000 boxes, a million boxes I asked me to take my the UF's first year under the! PLUMBING -

the interest of national defense." have hamstrung the badly- under the original forecast. All clothes off and says he's gotten trimester, Reitz agreed with a I
Z Gainesville television station such as the traditional tea ceremony Another objection is that the needed off-campus engineering of the cut is in the valencias.The permission from Freud," she recent AAUP report that students 901 WALDO RD.

-WUFT, Channel 5, is receiving I the doctrines of Confucius lease is only for 50 years, and program, said what happens in says. "What should I do?" can't keep up with their,, Phone 372.4657
Inational attention for its series' and the Japanese theater. there is no guarantee that the the next five years is more important grapefruit forecast of 27 "Tell him you won't remove a work and the quality of educa

"Far Eastern Arts" which is Throughout the series this I state will ever get title to the at this time than what million boxes was up a million stitch until he hears from Kin ------ -----.
from last "
month's estimate.
currently being televised by land. happens 50 years from now. sey! comes the answer.In .
Ijnore than 80 educational.television professor playwright-art photographer II'' One member arguing against Hummer said an alternatesite The Florida Citrus Mutual addition to all the Freud- Let's Work Night and Day,
uses unusual works said the revised estimates chatter
con- Kinsey that on in
stations goes
across the coun- would be of little benefit tothe
he lease. Lawrence of
King Then Hands and
of Far Eastern art and mater-I it firmed what many people in the the dormitories and sorority join Say
'try.This: four program seriesfea- Jals from; .his own private_ collection -I, Miami,tax said it wasn't legal to would i Cape mean engineers commuting, too far industry had already decided houses, today's co-ed may find Bob Jordan is the Man.
spend on a building
: turing University of Florida hu- -many of.them a'type seldom money Prices were firm and the new some of her psychology and
: manities professor Dr. Didier seen by, television viewers.Dr. without having clear title to it. away.. estimate probably will not affect -philosophy professors taking an t Vote and Support
Air Force Col.! L. He said the missile base commander
Graeffe, is the first Channel ,,5 Graeffe will be remembered Joseph them, it said. Fresh fruit apparent liberal attitude on
: production to be distributed na by Channel 5, viewers for' Campbell, base engineer at at Cape Kennedy had shippers had been expecting al sex. It is very rare that any d BOB JORDANYour
Cape Kennedy, assured the requested that classes be offer- will openly endorse premaritalsexa
tionally by the National Educational -his television series slight increase in f.o.b. prices
: Television l Network ties" which was "Humani-I. board the Air Force will never ed early in the morning so mis- before the government estimate professor who did at the

(NET). cally several years touch the installation short of sile engineers could take advantage .was released, the Mutual said. University of Illinois was fired Sheriff

Dr. Graeffe brings his lifelong ."Far Eastern Arts," producedand an all- ut war or very serious and attend on their way by the administration-but the Pd. AoY.VAWO"1. .
t; ', Interest in Oriental thought and directed by Dr. May Burton,!national emergency."We in to work at.the gantries. National orange production point may get across in their !
culture to the nation's viewers ,begins on WUFT, Channel to- don't need warehousesand "Early morning classes was set at 97,590,000, comparedwith warnings about "frustrations."
s when he examines subjects, morrow btat.&SOpjcIock; if the Air Force ever took means the building would have 104,915,000 last month and Thus, the girl who does not resist -

over the univerSity' :. it to be close by.to do.these, people 123,995,000 for the 195 -61 aver- the ardor of a college boy

would be cuttin its own. J roat.e ,. any good," Hummer said.1 age. friend frequently justifies Jier HIGHER
aaemiteiitatinMi'jiirrfcin' "ff 3 y 'n J I action on the ground that it is
need and want the educational Saturday morning Dean Mar.'iii National grapefruit productionwas
said failure of the'board and "psychologically and scientifically -
opportunities offered by
-. 1 placed at 33,480,000 boxes,
GENESYS," he said. the attorney general to give a compared with 32,450,000 a proper.nT01IORROV
Campbell said the proposed clear-cut and final decision is month and : College officials l I
ago 42,282,000 for list reasons for today's SCHOOL FEES!
Don't miss the premiere showing lease was 'standard in the, De- holding up approval of archi- the five year average.
of four all -new homes today at tects plans. greater sexual freedom. I
fense Department and there
Highland Court Manor. See back
past oi classified section for details was no hope of getting it to "Originally we were shootingfor The Florida lime crop was an
change its policy.He a completion date of Sep indicated 450,000 boxes and thestate's INCOME TAX

said the State of Florida tember. Later that date was tangerine crop, 3,600,000 GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS

already had set a precedent of backed up to December. Now it boxes. : 4 1o\bO't.'
entering similar lease agree- looks like it could be the second The early spring potato crop i 'l1f"I'9 h
trimester of next before was put at 4,148,000 hundred- ,_
ments with the federal govern- year r-9\t'\eS'l\\\e '
'* weight In Florida. 1328 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924 onsvee5 .,
ment, pointing to the state- GENESYS will be ready. i \ ot \\e 9' -
owned school at Patrick Air Board of Control members prim coiaTheh 1'd'l"e t ie''f ..

Force Base.Campbell opposing the lease agreementwere Sc out ,I" the I"S to

was supported in Chairman Baya Harrison,I sou ndto rel"ts'reoe\\O ssessroe I"t

his arguments by three University -King and Wayne McCall.In I. r Na apoy1"9 .
I Lunto '" '
vo\ vQol.The ., :. :
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Best. want to get GENESYS off the Gert Schmidt, Chester Whittle.I I I .' :- directlylbot to the then a S tot .. .. .

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f By GEOFFREY GOULD -.tried to convince Dwight D. Dulles in December 1952." Dul-!by Dorn Monday night and Inserted -, thur said he had told Eisenhower no alternative but to accept it.
Eisenhower, then the presidentelect les became Eisenhower's secretary in the Congressional Rec) those.things." f If he doesn't, then go ahead ad

WASHINGTON (APGen) Rearm Germany. to. put it into effect. of state. ord. As a minor part of a long I Smith said it 'was his recol- rearm Germany and Japan, and
eral of the MacArthur's
Army Douglas -
Considine wrote that MacAr- eulogy of MacArthur. It escaped lection that the interview took back them up, give them aid.
post-Korean plan to thur" told him, "I don't feel it "The plan suggested by Mac-I:notice until Friday, when a reporter -place in 1954. Put Russia on the defensive and
end the cold war involved Japan If Necessaryin would be fair to reveal my plan, Arthur to President-elect Eisenhower -' keep Russia on the defensive.
interviewed Dorn aboutit The third
threatening Soviet dictator Joseph I congressman, Rep.
to It would be an unfair and John Foster Dulles
Stalin that Germany and you. and was given details. The Lawrence K. Smith, R-Wls., "You are climaxing your jca-
to threaten Russia with
on as a reporter.
you printed porn account predatedthe died in 1958.MacArtbur's. reer as a great victorious gen-
would be rearmed -
Japan completely an interview at the general'sWaldorfAstoria swirl of posthumous controversy. Dorn said here was no such complete rearmament of Ger- publication of the Considine eral, as President of the United
unless the people of the tower suite in I reluctance when he and two oth- mary and Japan, possibly in- account.In aide, Maj. Gen. States. All the Allied world is

European Red satellite countries -New York. Dorn said he was In a 10-year-old interview published er congressmen visited MacAr cluding nuclear power, unless Courtney Whitney, who Dam behind you. No nation would
were granted self-eterm1- said MacArthur Stalin to live his Mankato, Kan. former said also attended the meeting,
uncertain of the year, but Wednesday as MacArthurwas thur In 1956. He agreed up dare to question you. Your pres..
nation, a congressman has said. thought it was 1956. lying in state in the Capi- revealed to him "for the first promise of the selfdetermination Rep. Wint Smith, one of the two, declined comment. tige is so great you're in a position

Rep. William Jennings Bryan The gist of MacArthur's plan tol rotunda, Bob Considine of time, and I have kept it confi- of the peoples of Poland, congressmen who accompanied The Considine interview and to sit down with Stalin and

Dorn D-S.C., said MacArthur was the missing part of news- th? Hearst Headline Service disclosed dential, the nature of his con- East Germany and Central Eu Dorn said he agreed with one by' Scripps-Howard reporterJim ,meet with him.
freely told him of this plan to,paper accounts last week that the existence of the plan versation with President-elect rope." Dorn's description except that G. Lucas published last hero

'bring,the Soviet Union into line I projected the general into a I and described how MacArthurBy I Eisenhower and John Foster That description was written "I don't remember that MacAr- week years also both after mentioned a lapse the of gen 10,i have"Today a halo you're around a your,head.you

eral's plans to win the Korean,But if you wait six months, you
War by using nuclear bombs,will hare a lot of political bi k.I .

Sounded The MacArthur Mysteryer across the Yalu in Red China,I ering, the halo will be gone and
Taps '
sowing,a five-mile belt of radioactive i Stalin will laugh at you.:
I cobalt along the border,! Considine's story said MacAr
and bringing in Nationalist Chinese thur told Eisenhower "You

I .For MacArthur JAMES MARLOW Arthur: His Rendezvous withHistory" bower: Captive Hero"-says the Lucas-Considine inter- troops from Formosa to+;have the greatest opportunityfor
Associated Press News Analyst which is a justification MacArthur called him "the views-when' the former presi- mop up the Reds. good since the birth of Jesus
and glorification of the apotheosis of mediocrity" and a dent, in the second volume of Dom said he visited MacAr- Christ," and that Eisenhower at

By RELMAN MORIN dress uniforms, gleaming WASHINGTON (AP) Evenin famous general Sometimes it's biographer of MacArthur Clark his memoirs, explained firing thur in 1951 in Tokyo just be- the end jumped up, his face

swords, and military panapoly. death, before his burial, hard to tell who's talking: Mac- Lee, says the general referredto MacArthur. MacArthur called fore he was fired as Far East flushed, and said, "It's magnifi.
.NORFOLK, Va. (AP) Taps General of the Army Douglas 'Arthur or Whitney.. Eisenhower as a "clerk." Truman "vengeful" and didn't commander by President HarryS. cent"
,,sounded Norfolk Saturday for Well over 100,000 persons filed MacArthur remains a hinge of President As for Marshall-in 1956 Mac- leave much doubt about what he Truman."I But Considine quoted MacAr
General of the, Army Douglas past his open coffin.In controversy. The many threadsof Lucas listed Eisenhower former and Gen Arthur publicly stated that thought of his truthfulness.He didn't know about the cobalt thur as saying the "cool calculating

'MacArthur, and his widow his complicated life, and his Dwight D. Marshall, and Gen. Omar Brad described ,Truman's account thing," Dom said. "He voice" of Dulles brokein
Norfolk alone 61,781 C. Marshall
wept when the plaintive notes of viewed his The feelings of being conspired defense during the Korean ley, chairman of the Joint of his firing as a "labyrinth didn't mention that to me in I I and dissuaded Eisenhower.
body. figure will be time in did not write out
said be
,signaled farewell.MacArtfauxk. against, a long Dorn
-the-bugle Chiefs of Staff in the Korean of fancy and fiction. Tokyo.
r came from mechanical counters the unraveling.Two ,War, as critical targets of Mac- account of MacArthur's cold
Arthur. War when MacArthur was fired Whitney himself wasn't very "What he might have said two an
body will rest used by the Army. after the interview but"that's
newspapermen have just from command by President laudatory about Truman. In his years later when Lucas and war plan
in atsuntei: : marble beneath Whitney, in denying the accuracy he told Iff New
crypt what
Other thousands stood out- tried their hand at it: Jim Lu- Harry S. Truman, were "per book he suggested Truman Considine interviewed him- me
the, battle, flags he followed cas of the Scripps-Howard of the Lucas interview, and that called MacArthur I York. He did say this very dis.-
side the MacArthur Memorial sonally hostile to me" on to meet when he was embittered, I don'tknow.
m three*,major wars of and Bob Considineof didn't mention Marshall, but of I I tinctly. I remember it as. plainas
; Museum and St. Paul's Episcopal Newspapers Marshall's "enmity was an old him at Wake Island-in October But to 'me he made no
this country. church Saturday to see the the Hearst Headline Service. the others, including Eisenhower one." 1950, one month before the con- wild statements about cobalt or day."

The-last.rites fell on the 13th last rites. This week both released inter he said: Lucas said MacArthur frequently -gressional elections-for political atom bombs. He just said with
anniversary of a supremely bitter views they had with him 10 "The general never spoke in expressed bitterness reasons and tried "to drape airpower he could lick the Red
MacArthur.On At the funeral, 10 foreign years ago but promised not to any but the highest terms of when he spoke of Truman but the mantle of MacArthur"around Chinese in three months." 1 ,
1951 President governments were represented.They publish until he died. such officers and held them all quoted the general: "The little his shoulders. In the interview about the ,

.Apr.S. 11 Truman, removed were Australia, Belgium, Promptly Maj. Gen. Courtney in the warmest affection"Lucas bastard honestly believes he is And in the Whitney book even plan to end the cold war, Dorn ,
Canada, Nationalist China, friend and quoted MacArthur on President Franklin
MacArthur from all his com Whitney, long-time a patriot. D. Rooseveltin said MacArthur emphasized to ?
mands.In the ,Far. East. Truman France, Japan, South Korea, aide of MacArthur, branded the Eisenhower as "once a man of Whitney said: "The general's his relations with MacArthurcame Eisenhower that Stalin was an
dismissed him because of Monaco, the Philippines and Lucas interview "fictional non integrity" (Considine quoted comments regarding Mr. Truman off second best. Whitneysaid old man who might die at any

I out of his Nicaragua. Japan and South sense." He didn't mention Con MacArthur on Eisenhower as were always couched in MacArthur was deliberately moment, and that Eisenhower i' ,. .
.a dispute growing Korea, the two countries where sidine. The Lucas piece had "Naive but honest") and on terms of moderation and dignity deceived about getting rein- should act immediately after
'strategy for fighting the Korean.MacArthur met triumph and more sting. It painted MacAr Marshall as "an errand boy." and he never used the word forcements when the Japanesehad taking office. ;;23't t

War after the Chinese Reds entered disaster, sent the largest dele- thur as bitingly critical of some Although Whitney indicates 'bastard' in describing him or him pinned down on Cor- -"Stalin is a realist and you "; G wtt

the conflIct. gations. Former Prime Minis- of his famous contemporaries: MacArthur spoke only in the anyone else." regidor in World War II, reinforcements could threaten him," Dorn quot-

Ceremonies Saturday ended ter Shigeru Yoshida, who held presidents and generals. highest terms of Eisenhower, But MacArthur on the subjectof which never ar ed MacArthur as telling the
nearly a full week of extraor-: office during the American Whitney is no impartial ob- Marquis Childs, another newspaperman Truman wasn't exactly restrained -rived. presidentelect."Stalin .

dinary tributes to MacArthur in military occupation of Japan,I I server. He wrote a book-"Mac- I in his book-"Eisen- in 1956-two years aft- Whitney called this one of the is a cold, hard bargainer -
New York, Washington, and led the Japanese delegation. "cruelest deceptions of the war" who understands power, military -
Norfolk. It was a week of mar and said: "Certainly President power. Stalin would have,
tial music and guns booming' Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kenne- I Sellers Plans Roosevelt more than anyone.

the 19-gun salute for the five- dy represented President John- THAT else, with the possible exception;
star general, a week of flags, Long Vacation of Gen. Marshall, knew who was !I Be Up On Your Toes

son.More than 400 civilian and the deceiver and who the de I For Everyone Knows,
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Actor ceived." x
military dignitaries, old com- PLASTER CAST! "' Bob Jordan's the Man.
Patterson rades in arms and relatives of Peter Sellers plans to take a Trumbull Higgins, who has :
year's vacation to recuperatefrom been a professor at the War
To Sell HouseNEW MacArthur sat in the 224yearold LONDON (AP) The case of a woman who became so attached his heart attack, says his College, in his book"Koreaand t Vote and Support

church. to a plaster cast that she wore the same one for 12 bride of two months. The Fall of MacArthur"says .

YORK (AP) Floyd MacArthur chose Norfolk for years is reported in the British medical magazine Lancet. Swedish actress Britt Eklund, when the general didn't get BOB JORDAN

Patterson, former world'sheavyweight his burial place because his The woman, then 26, was placed in a plaster cast _to relieve 21, said Friday that as soon as the reinforcements he looked on
born here. He
was back pains in 1934. travel to Roosevelt as his "arch-foe." He
boxing champion, can they'll go Your Sheriff
made it his adopted city. His from time to time. sinceno
The cast was replaced I adds that Roosevelt was "in-
Is for to buy their home Surrey, England,
looking someone crypt lies under the rotunda of cause for the back pains could be found, doctors tried to capable of responding as Mac- PI. AV.
and then to Switzerland.
the 11-room house for which he _
the MacArthur Memorial, filled I persuade the woman to give it up. But every time she went Arthur desired." -
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"He's fine, she told news- sit s'S s'k
paid $140,000 three years ago. with countless mementoes of his away without her cast she insisted her back hurt. ;- I
whom she met for the first
"I'm not running" said Pat- spectacular military career. "She wrote imploring letters to the hospital," the Lancet men,
terson. "It's only for personal I The ceremonies were in three article says, "which could be compared with the withdrawal time since Sellers was stricken SHOP'"SHOPSHOP:

reasons that I have put my parts, two in the rotunda and symptoms of a drug addict." Sunday night. '

house up for sale. the. other at St. Paul's. They kept putting on_new plaster casts, until, in 1951, her "He's tired. But he has his :
"Of course, there Is some doctor that for color and everything. You'dhardly
At 9:25 a.m. clergymen, pall suggested hygienic reasons a surgical corset
prejudice In the neighborhood, bearers, the escort commanderand would be better. know he was ill.
like most neighborhoods. But special honor guard as- Terrified at the thought of being deplastered, the woman "But he won't work for a long IN GAINESVILLE ;
my wife has made friends with sembled at the rotunda. They fled from the hospital and did not come back until 1963, when time. He wants to get well."
several white families and the escorted Mrs. MacArthur to the she was admitted for treatment of another ailment. Sellers, 38. was taken off the : Drop off your dry cleaning on:

.school has bent over backwards.as church, two blocks away. "She was still wearing the plaster cast applied In'' 1951," critical list Friday. rc.. ;y'' your way to work at anjr
regards our children." She walked behind the cais- says Lancet. "To wear a plaster jacket unchanged for 12
The Pattersons have four son bearing the casket and a years must surely be a record. Underneath it the skin was Lays Wreath of our plants) and pick it up!

children, aged 2 to 7. They live riderless horse. found to be dry and scaly, but clean." on wa/ home.
in Yonkers, a suburb of New Her son Arthur, 26, walkedon The woman was provided with a new cast and her doctor HIROSHIMA, Japan (AP) -
York City.Urge. her right and her nephew, agreed to keep her fitted the rest of her life. In return, she Richard M. Nixon laid a

U.S. ambassador to Belgium, promised to come in for a refitting more often. wreath Saturday at the Hiroshima 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU .

MacArthur II, on her Peace Memorial for Jap-
Strike Douglas
anese who died in the world's All Dry Cleaning Done on Premises

: TOKYO (AP) Japan's Central left.In the church, she sat in the first atomic bombing. 19 years 3 DAY SPECIAL: Mon., April 13, Tues., April 14, Wed., April 15

Council of Trade Unions front pew on the right of the Protest Quadricentennial ago.The former U.S. vice presi-
casket with her son and nephew. -
Called Saturday for a one-day
dent is on the last leg of a Far
:nationwide strike of transport Maj. Gen. Courtney Whit-
at St. Eastern tour.
-lion, communications and other ney, a longtime associate and Augustine
workers on April 17 to support friend of MacArthur, also sat in I TROUSERS
:demands for higher wageS." the front"pew. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Augustine quadricentennial is ANYWHERE ,

Most members of the St. Au- not measured alone in its years.I 4E Your
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lie-detec stop unless
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Palmer Charges to Five-Stroke Leadi i

F } ,; t i .J R" 7 : M tit : Fires Third-Round 69 in Masters I

4A 'L By WILL GRIMSLEY He struck I his big blow on the three feet, but lost another shotat the 16th where he ran the ball

AUGUSTA, GA. (APA 520-yard 15th where a long drive the 11th where he duck- from 12 feet.

gambling charged up Arnold and four-wood put him on the hooked his second into the wa- "I didn't get the ball as closeto II IIin

4 < rJ p.i i Palmer exploded three straight green 25 feet.from the cup. He ter. He dropped out and the hole as I did Friday" he

!birdies in a thunderclap finish sank for an eagle. On the 18th chipped to within inches for a said philosophically. I was

for a three-under-par 69 Saturday he trapped his second but exploded bogey that could have been satisfied with the way I played."

and shot into a five-stroke to within 18 inches to much worse. Even with his long lead, he

PLAY BALL 53. 1 .. Y.. tf lead( with one round to play in save his par. His birdie explosion started never ceased to play bold gambling

t the Masters Golf Tournament Slow Start on the 14th. He ran in a putt golf. He hit all out from

n Consecutive rounds of 69-68-69 Palmer, the slumping golfing from 25 feet."Satisfied" the tees, went for the greens

over the demanding par 72 Augusta capitalist who hasn't won a even with threatening water

National ,course gave the tournament since last October, While the cheers of his vast staring him in the face. -

comeback marvel from Latrobe, was slow getting off the mark army was still ringing in his
Asked what his
: strategy was
r ..fn 4 Pa., a 54-hole total of 206,10 un- and had to scramble to play the ears, he ripped into the long 15th
e..p A der par, and made him a virtual first seven holes in par. reaching the green in two and to keep his big lead he said:

r cinch to become the first ever He rang in his first birdie at two-putting from 25 feet and l "I went out to make it bigger

r'3'v to win four Masters.A II the eighth, chipping to within added a third straight birdie on :if I could."

wiry Australian outsider
LL -L. -L -.L -L
Bruce Devlin knocked in -
an R" 'X 7C""X
eagle on the 15th hole for a 67

which put him closest to Arnie's wCLOSE TO HEROArmy .
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challengers, including defending

champion Jack Nicklaus, fell by

kA ," the wayside in an epidemic of Trudges On
late pressure-proved bogeys -

.' ., and it looked like a. one-man
.r,:"i's-<< y +" :' ,:,."'.,. .. show. -

." : By JIM BECKER Course behind their hero Saturday -i The army gathered early.
: : : ; Delirious
:. : ; : Army AUGUSTA, Ga., (AP) -! as Arnold Palmer clompedout I. Recruiting standards seemed

';. v ,:. '" ,.. Arnie's Army, making up "With Arnie's Army Tramping ahead to an untouchablelead to be a little loose. It looked like

.. ,.. : .. '" most pf the record throng of Through trees and traps in his quest for a unprecedented -i almost anyone could join, although -
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'v."''....., ,.>>' '. w" v<%:;:)Jft< A + 40,000, was delirious. and down hill lies. I fourth Masters title. ideally a member of

r- '.. : i j" : Nicklaus, his big, booming "From tee to one-putt green, AwesomeIt Arnie's Army should be about

j : *;/; \< :> ': game wild and unwieldy shot a I "We will! fight out Arnie's bat was a little awesome to be the length of Wilt Chamberlainand

: '...,....7.i>' #'."' ''I....: .::". ,... : 71 and found himself tied at 215 tles, hold. equipped with non-tiring

; 'It-.< '1' '. ''.,''' .. .' .g' with a ghost out of the past, "And never treat him mean." Sherman, who had some expe-
:J ': .. :. { .. Ben Hogan, who thrilled the D-dah-da-dah-ta-ta. Charge! rience with marching in these feet.There were women in the

VETERAN GAINESVILLE UMPIRE GENE BROWN SIGNALS IN A NEW YEARSeason's -. gallery with some of his old wiz- Loyal to a fault, hardy as. a parts, would have run for coverat army as it gathered for inspection -

ardry for a third round three- pack of Death Valley mules,' the sight of this army.If on the first tee-lots of

under-par 67. strong, agile, loud, kind, obedient there had been a pack of them. They ranged from the

Opening Is Here The new champion and the old ,reverent and clean, Arnie's Tennessee locusts in the way it gracefully gray, to a bunch of

had nine strokes and six other I Army charged rolled, swept, would have fled in panic. I exuberant young ladies who

-- players separating. them from, cluttered and straggled around No fort could have held out for' looked as if they were studying

to the unapproachable records he already holds. the- front running Palmer.- the Augusta National Golf an hour. baton twirling at Missiswanee

3frm flark Gtmt At the moment, though, the 1964 season looks like a transitional Dave Marr, a young pro from State College.Masculine

By LEONARD KOPPETTNEW one in this sense too, a time of shift betwen generations -New Rochelle N. Y., was in
YORK The opening of the baseball season, a tradi- of stars. third place at 212 after a third He's so masculine" squealedPdy

tion as entrenched in American life as various kinds of The Yankees, in their. serene but ever -. cautious confidence -round 69, followed by hard-luck Finley Deis: from the days when you

spring festivals were in a dozen ancient cultures, is here expect the Minnesota Twins, with their, home' run Gary Player _of South Africa, IoN 1m[ !I were young, Sinatra.

again, but with several distinct signs that even traditional power but shaky defense and thin pitching, to cause .most ,whose game cracked up on the TThere: were lots of men, too.

ceremonies are subject to new eras. trouble. Pretty much on a par with the Twins and with one- !final two holes to give him a "Go get 'em, Arnie," they

At Washington Monday, the 64th American League. cam- another are the Detroit Tigers, Baltimore Orioles and Chicago i 72, and little known Peter But Top Officials growled, as Palmer stalked to

paign will open with the Los Angeles Angels facing the Washington White Sox. These teams, in some order, should makeup ler of Birmingham, England, the first tree like an angry

Senators two clubs whose very existence dates back the American League's first division behind the Yankees: .and Jim Ferrier, each with a panther tugged at his yellow

only three years. An improving Cleveland team, directed by George Strick- 69 for a 213 total. shirt, tugged at his white visor
At Cincinnati, at the same time, the Reds will make their land while manager Birdy Tebbetts recovers from a heart Bo Wininger of Las Vegas Keeps Porch'KANSAS .cap, tugged at his low-slung

customary early start against the Houston Colts, launchinging attack, and the Boston Red Sox form the next category, and shot a 69, one of 17 who crackedpar trousers and tugged at the gloveof
the 89th National League season. There the Reds, the CIncinnati the Senators, Angels and restless Kansas City Athletics are and was in seventh place his left hand.
Red Stockings of 1869, will be facing a team even the bottom group. alone at 214. CITY (AP-Charles was built. "Playing the Yanks "Go ape, Arnie," a young fellow -

newer than the Angels and the Senators.On National Leaguers consider the Giants, Dodgers, Cards and There were a half dozen at 0. Finley, owner of the Kansas in'Yankee Stadium is like shoot- said.Palmer.

Tuesday, in eight other cities, the remaining 16 teams Reds as the "contenders"; the young Philadelphia Phillies 215. Besides Nicklaus and Hogan City Athletics, defied baseball'stop ing craps with loaded dice," he hooked his tee shot

will swing into actiqn, including the world champions, the and back strengthened Milwaukee Braves as "outsiders"; the list included Billy Maxwell officials Saturday after they continued. "You don't have a into another fairway. The army
Dodgers in Los Angeles and the American League champions the Pirates'and ordered him to remove the chance of winning. applauded anyway, and set out
I Pittsburgh Chicago Cubs as mere trouble- with 69; Johnny Pott, 71;
the Yankees here at Yankee Stadium, makers but possibly building for the future; and the Mets Dan Sikes 71, and Dean Be- fence he had erected in Munici- "If the American League will in pursuit.

and Colts a gift to stronger teams. man, the National Amateur pal Stadium to make.right field permit me to keep this fencewe "Don't run, don't run," saida
Shea Stadium Debuts the same depth as that in Yankee man, who was nearly run over
So Lefs BallSo champion from Bethesda Md., can compete on equal terms
Play Stadium. the herd thundered
On Friday, when the "second openers" take place In cities 70. with the Yankees and, I believe as

that provided cisiting teams for the first set, attention starting Monday, unless it rains, the vocle of the No amateur has ever won the Finley here for an exhibition battle them for the pennant this first fairway, trying to keep up

will be focused on Shea Stadium in Flushing, where the New umpire, the cliche of the manager, the plaint of the player Masters. game confirmed he had received -year. So can the Detroit Tigers, with the fast-striding Palmer.

York Mets will open America's newest. ,big league. ball the exhoration of the fan, and the undeflectible comment I After firing three birdies on telegrams from Joe Cronin White Sox, Minnesota Twins Perfect Approach
park.And. of the radio TV announcer will be herd throughout the land. a stretch of five holes on the in- president of the American and others.:' I Palmer hit a perfect approachshot

before the season is half ,over, in July, a revolutionary Grave uncertainties will hover over a troubled planet, prep- coming nine-the 13th throughthe League, and Ford Frick base- over the trees to the green,
in California arations to put men on the will forward but the He added that with his own and the army screamed and
step of incalculable consequences will be taken moon go 16th-which put him within ball commissioner directing
Francisco Giants will Yankees will win, the Dodgers will struggle the Mets will "pennant porch", he thoughtJim shouted. A lot of fellows shook
: Both the Dodgers and San : five shots of Palmer Player him to take down the fence. I
begin showing. their games on pay-television in private homes. finish last and all will seem secure in at least one well-or- suddenly went into a disastrous Finley said he had been Gentile, his newly acquired. their fists in the air, and said

The eventual development of this program may lead to unprecedented dred, familiar corner of the universe. tailspin. warned that unless he compliedany hitter, "could very well break Mat's" the way to go, Arnie,

-- riches and to serious strife between players Two Bogies games played here would Babe Ruth's home run record baby.
this On the long second hole
and management over division of the spoils. He bogied the final two holes, be forfeited to the visiting team. yes '
I talkative Palmer took iron out of his
Then the owner an
For the Yankees, the breaks with. tradition are mild but bunkering his second at the 17th The season opens here with
do exist The team will be under the management of chair Cleveland 21. tinued: con-'I bag for his second shot."He's .
they Wave Picks and hitting a spectator's I April
"I in to going to play safe"
Lawrence P. (Yogi) Berra, one of its most popular players Up with a drive on the 18th. The "You can say for me," Fin- defy anyone
to I operating illegally -gasped a member of the
me am army.
and colorful characters. ball caromed deep into the ley said "that the fence will be prove
I and net according to the Dozens of heads turned and
:Competitively, however, no departure from custom is an- woods and all he could do was up when the season opens."

tlcipat d. The Yankees are once again overwhelming favorites Two More Wins play it back to the fairway and Plans AppealHe rules.'pennant If the porch Yankees: then can I_ want havea stared Palmer at put the the heretic.iron back and
_ for the American League pennant, which they've won thank Heaven for a bogey.
one too, and I feel entitled to itAnd took out a wood.
four times in a row (under two different managers 13
Devlin, a 26-year-old added he would appeal to
have the here Cheers and down the
now one rang up
last 15 and 28 times since 1921 which
times in the years ,
plumber from Caberra only the baseball rules committee.
Mac Johnson twirled five-hit '
a fanned only three and gave completed and we have painted ranks.
65 percent of the time for the last 43 years.In way
means of amateur
shutout and P. K. 'to three years out "The rule book permits me to "Go for it Arnie" the
National League where overthrow of yesterday, Olen Hodge in the fourth. on the name: 'K.C. Pennant came
the defending .
Yonge racked up its ninth Hodge fanned five. ranks, came out of nowhere to do what I am doing, he had Porch.' shout. "Charge" said another.
has been the rule of life for two decades
champions, expert
move into top contention. said earlier in Chicago. "I have "
straight baseball win of the season Catcher I "Yankee domination has been "Charge that pin.
divided. Rusty had
opinion is appropriately The Dodgers if good health
can be assumed for them are rated slight favorites. but the 8-0 over WflMston. two hits for PKY as did George' read it thoroughly"and I know.' going; on ever since I was a boy.i Arnie charged. And the army
Johnson also aided in the hit- what I am saying. It's; got to stop." i was right behind.
Louis Cardinals and Solley, shortstop. Lott
Giants, the St. Cincinnati all have. per- Cy dou- The A's owner ordered the
ting department with two sin-
suasive supporters. gles, while Tom Hansen rappeda Marcus bled in stole two runs for PKY. The Scores fence built last week to conformto

_ pair of doubles. boost his total to three bases to the right field barrier in Carlos Ortiz Turns
Limit seven for the Crafty
A to Heroes Johnson struck out five and AUGUSTA. Ga. (APV-Fmy-ftwr Yankee Stadium' after his demands I
: His
two hits
year. lofted his scores ta the Masters Golf Tournamentover
Perversely, this era of potentially expanding audience for walked but one .in going the batting average to 500. National the Golf par SO-yard Club par 72 Augusta on Cronin and the Yanks To Defeat Vet Lane
baseball is marked by a low point in the availability of route. The victory pushed his record P. K. Arnold Palmer _.........:.. fl-6!-206 for a screen to stop easy homerus
Yonge sewed it up early Bruce Devlin ................ 72-72-41-211 at New York. .
I individual heroes. Stan Musial for the first time since World to 2-0. with four in Dave Marr ...................70-73-4*-212
will not and excite National Jerry Hobbey had two hits for runs the second Pe'er Butler ................72-1219-213 The distance from home plateto SAN.JUAN, Puerto Rico .(AP/ eyebrow: in the seventh and it
War II. grace League parks added another in the third Gary Player ................ -72-213
andwrapped foul in New York b in the 11th.Ortf .
his Berra, as manager, will be less visible and the losers.. Jim Ferrler ............... 7V-73-x1-212 pole Lightweight champion Carlos was opened again
by presence. The Blue Wave up the scoring with 80 Wininger ................ 74-71-W-214 296 feet. The fence at the stadi- : had a slight cut in the final
less often dramatic than as a player. picked up three more in the fourth. Billy Maxwell ............... 73-73-49-21S Ortiz, who had won three previous
the most attractive of three runs in each of the first Ben Hogan _............. 7307S-47-215 um here starts at the 325-foo round. 'Neither wound appearedto
pitcher and
Sandy Koufax, today one P. *. Bma i .. ....
Ymw aa r k waiislo xDean ... 71-70-215 defenses by knockouts!
of the greatest ever, works ony, one, day out of four anthas two innings to jump off to a Solley, cc -2 21 Grtftittb ** ab 31 r ftta Jack Nicklaus .............. 71 73-71-215 :mark, which conforms with the be a major factor.
1 ............ .... :
T. .
W lit 13 2 Rees 3b Johnny Pott 74-70-71-215 rules but the 296-foot mark, the turned .crafty 'Saturday night Pantaleo, from Philadelphia,
rival of comparable stature to pitch against, as Carl commanding 6-0 lead. They R. 10 Dan .. ......... 76-41.71-215
no used to have Dizzy Dean. I tacked on two more in the fifth. DeMhoq:: sa 1 2 1 I'e D Hemby._ bEnneking --p.2b-. ._.. _311.. .I SU-ud tI-I '............N... 7S7221< point of the V, is only two fee and carefully carved out asnanimous' scored it 144-141 for the champion
Huhbel Paul Hamey ................ 73-72-71-21*
C 21 i priftir' ; IS-ronnd decision In
Mickey Mantle the most glamorous player in the American In Friday's. game, Stearnswas MarcuI. c111 711 Bitty Casper................ 74-72-O 217 in fair territory. while Puerto Rican judges
Holibgshead If 110 MIke Souchafe ............... -74-7G-217 bleachers his title bour with veteran Kenny and Ed-
League is a chronic semi cripple unlikely to play ev at his best in gaining his :'Stearns RotIbifts..1f If 31 1 Head d 311 Krt Nagle .................. .77.71-217 It was in the near Roberto CarrasquiHo
fifth win aid the wlegm 1015t.egmy cI 101 Jim. Demaret ............... 75-69-73-217 that point that Finley took his : Lane. _. mundo Fernandez called it 148
ery day and thereby to challenge ,major records, although! straight no- cI 3'IMJUJI. rt 100 Juan Rodriguez ............. 71-73-73-117
and his value to the Yankees undiminished hitt r.- He struck out.l, walked 3tahnker cI 1. 0 Crawford 2ft 1.1 Tony Lema ..__............ 73{74-217 seat today as the A's faced the I Each fighter lame in at J35 Iff end 147-143, both for Ortiz.
his ability are Lotf. rt 211 Griffin, rf lot Don January ................. 7042 7S-217
Roger Marts, Ws .feat of, breaking Babe Ruth's home, run only three and has not given up TscMm. rf 101L Steen. 24. rf Jay Hetert ................. 74-74-**-217 Cardinals. for the bout in outdoor Bithorn The AP scored for the champ
1I'V1gIaw.II f 01 AI G.! > _....._.__. 211 fence the
P tMrge< 7S-73-70 termed his 147-140.
record now" two' years in the past.Sabsldef iato comparative aa earned rua this ,season In 33 coopers 2t 1 0 1 MItchelL 311 3I Davis Lowe _....__.......... 4WS-7A-Jit- Finley Stadium, but Lane, a 32-year- '' '
obscurity. Frank, Robinson tarnished his image as. ,a isnings. Johmanop 312 Bob Goalby ................. -7S-74-JU "K.C. Pennant Porch. old veteran rrom" Muskegon, Lane, the self-proclaimed better =
TOTALS niTTOTALS 27" Bob Charles ................. n72152uDow
super star by having,, a poor season, last year., Al Kaline, Larry Farley was fee 1 ser for P. K. Yono ._ 3 311211 s 73 Finsterwald ...........7V72-7S-3U i "Kansas City ceased to be a Mich., had to make three tries 'boxer who had been cam-
; the WIlliston ....--,,? 1111011ISgP.1G Dean Refrain ?........... 74-73-73-21t farm club of the Yankees when at the scales before hitting the paigning for a year for the title
somehow,. has never .casght the, public's imagtoaUan the way; Blue DevS&He;wafted six, Pha Badgers ............ .7572.73219Brea I
deserves Maary, Wills who. electrified fee baseball Y.ts9 at r OsC Swags .* r O Cramptae ............ 74-J2..73-.2191 I purchased the club in 1961,'' lightweight limitDropped : -, shot; simply found himself out-
4 bw talent S?ley. ** 4 12 3rflMJt, cMb 210 We Ellis .. ................. .
# world by stealing 104 bases ia 13&, has. been usable to T. Htrav lt> ZO'wesan. u 3tO Gay' Brewer ................ 75.1273-220 Finley said. "Now if we can His Matt boxed as Ortiz solved his awkward
:.Wins Event Johnson, cf-a 10 0 Chen Ching-p .............. '47214220ry in Puerto lefthanded and
Hvtd ns. 3Mf 2 0 eliminate the "pennant porch' Ortiz a 27-year-old style
4 produce a suitable escort femlMw 3ft 21 t ,. Cowan ....*.....,.... 71-77-7*-220 ,
Smut If
of fa. and Hank =* Wna. 111 Foley pf 311 100t Gene Littler ............... 70-72-7--220 Yankee Stadium the other clubs Rico native nowJjyiog tin New :scored repeatedly with a looping
around Aaron
Willie Mays coarse s4ffl LIonel Hebert ............... 74-74-73--221
LONDON: AP-Jan Marcus, cab 212 Jones. Ib 311 .... .... the for the first timein lm:man.w1 a right ",
and WfeHey Ford (in the iatrigateg double ,role of, staff ace ( LefeaaeAustraEaEf Stear,* p 31c. If 2 t 0Vtognrw Bobby JooeePPanai". 75-71-7J-Z21 in league York dropped
xBBly ........ 7074ThflRamon *
-1 aed pttcfeteg coach), ad Han ea KBJebrew (with' a ques- teflBie star, cWea&edBritain's eMb 4. EJchorn. a 211 Seta .._.............. 7-n74mJ 40 years win have an equal: winging left 1 boojt in tbd 14th Lane; on the other hand, just
If 311 Jan, c 2. y Cuplt ................. 73o -76-m win the to started. He
Ann ; chance to pennant.No round but Lane A'lefty, couldnt seem get
.r.e3 ,
F11 tMsabfe knee) and Dell Drysdafe aid. .Juan Marichal and Haydea Kwsev Kit Gwaer rf 111Ill" Tamoo IshQ ...........,, .... 71-75-733 ,
h thc yew Tommy Davit, tri'inB'ter, f hie OrdNano- %-6. 64 Saturday aDd won the w a *-(**.-' Dave Doug Ragan Ford .................... 73072-71-213 7V78-74-224 Chalice I bounced up before refertsPeter,finally-penetrated Ortiz' carefullyconstructed -
title. Cumberland Ctab 'hard court ;odgers, rf 211fectenv Jerry Barber..N.... 74-73-77-224 Pantaleo could start a count defenses in the
1 slLwfK tatting rf IIIfrttfs ............... 74-22A
Don Fairfield 7- llU but took
:Aid it goes without saying, Warm Spate is still g gowg tournament -Jfce. first major U I S Trtrfs ....,. H xlafartn Harris. Jr. ......... 74-74-77-2 He said the 40 years goes Each fighter sustained an eye .and 12th rounds
of the Britah P. K. Yon ee ...... 1413010-452 xRiCierd likes .-..'.......... n-71-a6 back to- the time the stadium cut. Lane was cut over the left heavy punishment in return.
... at the age of 4Vtaa* ", we. atetafes eveat seasea.JU .
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02 Gainesville Sun Sunday, April 12, 1964

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Big Thing -F'dJ ny,, k Rw' To Kansas City -


I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS York Yankees 2-1, San Francisco -]I A two-bagger by rookie out

For GravesNext Kansas City christened its.so- outslugged Cleveland 12-7,+i fielder Richardo Carty In the

called right field pennant porch Cincinnati squeezed by the Chi- eighth inning drove in the win-

Saturday, but it didn't mean a cago White Sox 7-6 and Minnesota ning run for the Braves In their

to wondering bow.the Gators are,going'to do in a*football thing. ,nipped Detroit 43. triumph over the Yankees at

season, any given year, 'a Florida grid fan is as much in- k The S(. Louis .Cardinals beat Bucs Breeze Fort Lauderdale. Del Crandall's
terested in future scheduling as anything else. the A's 9-7 on Julian Javier's Pittsburgh swamped the Phil grand slam homer helped the

Ray Graves, UF athletic director, larboring under the 10th inning home.run that went lies 163. Baltimore blanked the Giants down Cleveland at
handicap of a ID-game setup that must allow for a minimumof over the left field barrier. New York Mets 11-0 and the Sacramento and a triple, double
six Southeastern Conference contests and annual and single Bob Skinner
games Six homers were hit, but none Chicago Cubs trampled Boston by
with rival Florida State and Miami, is doing a fine job of fit- M3.E landed in the controversial pen- 12-3 In two other one-sided affairs helped Cincinnati overcome the

( ting in new faces. nant porch that owner Charles while the Houston Colts White Sox at Charleston, W.Va.

Coming up in the next three or four seasons are such new 0. Finley ordered in a realign lost to their Oklahoma City Hall Homers
opponents as Northwestern and Illinois of the Big Ten and ment of the field in an effort to farm in the Pacific Coast Jimmie Hall's two-run homer
.. Stadium 296-
r'w. match the Yankee
Air Force Academy. Also, South Carolina and North Carolina .TSperry League 43.
field foul line. In the bottom of the ninth at
State of the Atlantic Coast Conference.An Women's ChampsThe foot right
The world Charlotte Minnesota its
In other exhibition games on champion Dodgersof gave
informal discussion with a gang of rabid UF rooters recently Comets won the Sperry Women's League bowling championship this year. the final Saturday before the I the National League met their victory over Detroit. The blow

brought out this. From left .are Betty Haley Dorothy Fackender, Jean Olsson and Esther Van opening of the season Monday, AL city rivals, the Angels, in a came off the first pitch reliever
Los Fred Gladding threw to Han.
Milwaukee edged the New game
There are certain schools that these UF fans would like to see Leer. (Sun photo).
turn up en Florida's schedule In the future. In no particular or- .

der, the schools are Oklahoma, Ohio State, Army, Texas, ArKansas DALEY PICKS. BUT READ ON ,

Southern California, Notre Dame, Navy, Michigan and .

Iowa.FeelersNote V .I \, It's Out. on a Limb for NL RaceBy j;

that the list comes to 10, also, and what a rugged sched. .

ule it would make for anyone. It reminds of some of those their thin staff with Bob Shaw and Bob Hendley while
ARTHUR DALEY The tragic death of Kenny Hubbs In a plane crash shouldbe pitching II
Sforo $ork Stmra so costly to the Cubs that the Chicagoans are likely to dropa the Braves filled an outfield hole with Felipe Alou and picked .
peg to eighth, changing places with the Pittsburgh Pirates, up a thanded power-hitter in Ed Bailey. 1
NEW YORK For a guy who is still in a state of shock as a San Francisco is Aloe and f
whose personnel shakeup & year ago shook them totally out of relying heavily on Jay youngest
result of the insolent way the Dodgers polished off the Yankees contention. Mark the Bucs down for seventh. perhaps best of the outfielding brothers, and another rookie, "

'I Halht iSt ;. four straight in the World Series, the temptation is overwhelming Thus far it has been easy. The debris is gone and any of the Jim Hart, at third in a remodelled infield. Milwaukee has more 1

," ."v.it -"[ to pick the Angelenoes automatically to repeat as National remaining six teams can win. But which? balance than it's had In years but the young pitchers are '
; 't&iS; Mpj!; .t < M League pennant winners. But a man's character is strengthened The champion of the National League will be whichever of saddled with the burden of coming through. They even could

; -- .:, ..._-/'-,,: by his ability to resist temptation.A the six escapes injuries and gets the breaks. That's how closely deliver a pennant, presuming that the ageless Warren Spahn
new baseball season is about to begin and it does seem matched they are. A team picked for sixth can finish first still wins 20.
silly to go leaping at conclusions. The order of finish in the and vice versa. Any soothsayer who can. arrange this sextet
cross-country slates that the "old" Irish of Notre Dame usedto National League should be studied with care and predictionsmade into the correct order is not prescient He's just lucky. The Phils and RedsThat

tangle with year in and out. after only the most penetrating analysis. There is no Here's the way the six finished last year: Dodgers, Cardinals leaves the Phils and Reds. The Quakers closed strongly
extra charge for this service. It is being offered to all customersfor Giants, Phillies, Reds and Braves. These standings haveno
to miss overhauling the Giants by only one even though
Oddly, from informal conversation in the past, Graves has let free by the same unerring oracle who gave you Sonny'Lis- significance. So let's throw them out and start game
carry-over Art Mahaffey and Dennis Bennett two winners
likely 20-game I
it be known that he is, or has sent out feelers to most of the ton to knock. out Cassius Clay within three rounds. t
over again.
schools the above list. each played only half a season and took a mere 16 between
on about this titanic is to
The easiest way to go undertaking remove -
them. Gene Mauch has superior pitching, an.excellent first
Many of the other teams are trapped !in schedule regulations the debris. This leaves the joint a little less cluttered. So Dodgers Not That GoodThe team and no depth. Yet he is riding a highly regarded dark
the bottom and work toward the In
we will start at our way top horse.
just as is Florida. Conference games fit in first, then money- like the end of the
Dodgers were coming gangbusters by \
the fearless fashion as mountain climbers. Just make
making rivals and finally, a newcomer or two from time to certain same the is, fastened firmly around waists and year and their momentum bowled over the Yankees in the The Reds got a total of 13 victories from Joey Jay and Bob i
time, especially if a long trip is involved, as sort of a reward. watch out for rope crevasses. your World Series. But the Los Angeles entry was not that good a Purkey, who had won 44 a year earlier. Frank Robinson, a

Chances of picking up Big Ten schools such as Ohio State team. It got magnificent pitching from Sandy Koufax, Don peerless batsman, slumped from .342 to .259 and not even that
doughty fighter Fred Hutchinson
Podres and that demon reliever Ron Per- could restore the shattered "I
Drysdale, Johnny ,
and Iowa are slim unless the Western Conference goes aheadto Mete StillAt morale of his forces.
Shocking as was their decline, the Reds
ranoski. It had speed afoot. But it had little power, ordinary
a projected ().game season around 1970. could return to the _
the foot of this baseball Mount Everest are the New York defense. Runs were hard to come by.Defection by any of the top just as swiftly.
Of these 10 schools this of UF fans would like to But enough of this stalling. The order of finish predicted here ,
one group see Mets. They will have a new stadium and an old manager, each four top pitchers could be fatal.
+ against the Gators, possibilities are that Army, Texas, SouthernCal deemed the best of its kind. Unfortunately, however, the dar- The Cardinals have the best infield in the league and solid is hold your hats, everybody! Philadelphia, San Francisco -
and Iowa might show up some day on the UF schedule. lings of the new breed lack any other visible assets. Not even pitching. They have a potentially great catcher in young Tim Los Angeles, St. Louis. Milwaukee, Cincinnati,Pittsburgh t
Chicago and
all those escalators the boast of will be McCarver. maximum from their New York.
proud Casey Stengel, They got performance
Right now, Graves is burning the midnight oil trying to get
able to budge the ball club off the doomedto hitters clutch from
ground. Tfcey seem strongest a year ago, plus important jobs
out of a situation that has Florida going against SMU, MIssissippi
finish last. the ancient Stan Musial, now retired. But the outfield this Test Drive The RAMBLER OF YOUR CHOICEat
State, LSU and Ole Miss In 1965 and a foursome perhaps a
The Houston Colts, the other victims of selfishness in the expansion season is questionable. -
bit ((1)) tougher In 1966.
__ .' movement, have been able to avoid the same entrapment The fate of the third-place Giants and the sixth-place Bravesis 1
It also appears that Alabama might pay a visit to Gainesville that peculiarities of New York pressures-brought on: the intertwined because of a winter trade. There is no more RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.

after this fall In view pf a pair ofconsactive vlsite-by4he. Gators Mets: Hence they have ,made: much' more progress than the moth-eaten phrase than "the deal helped both clubs." In this 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433
to Tuscaloosa. *,>..* .... ."ri. *-> Mets. But it still isn't enough to get them out of ninth place. instance it happens to be correct. The Giants strengthened i iSilwImttiIIJ

Canker's Wisdom ... :t

An item or two brought up by Jake Gaither, Florida A&M p n ,'-
football coach in his visit here last week are interesting.

Gaither has a theory aboat breaking in new players in a' \. Wef!: ft.v4'R .. .nfoy It while yew poy..thaf. 9m

game. He claims players tend to repeat their first experiencesin .

college football. At A&M the coaches try to put a ,back into .
w the game In a situation where there is a chance he might ;,': ;

break away for a good gain. And if he does he comes right :
& out after just that one play to ride the bench. ,
'If he runs 50 yards for a touchdown on that play," Gaither ,. ZYt11.

said, "he's more likely to do it again later on. If he gets t
thrown for a big loss, he's going to get thrown for many :..'
more big losses." tix.. I

Another point made by the Rattlers' coach is on the expec- ;( :
tions of young players. "Don't be In too much of a hurry to ..
fl see sophomores break into a lineup," he said. "If a coach has '
to use a lot of sophomores in college football today, let me b't SUIT SPORTCOAT SLACKS
-1 tell you something. He hasn't got much." :"Sk k',,a A% x *.t: .L I JtCt or H 7 ,
: ; ,: I.JVL C I

Caught on the RunThe _

t saga of Gainesville High School's fine track team of SUITS ..... .....,... '$55.00 to $85.00 ,

1958-59 isn't over yet. A call Friday prompted a reminder that
Raborn SPORTCOATS ........ $29.95 to $60.00 t
_ dash man Wayne won the state Class A ,100-yard

crown both seasons and also ran on the relay teams with Jimmy SLACKS .... . $9.95 to $22.50 '
f Miller and Jim Glass. And so it goes. !1 *

Florida State's enlarged stadium will have 32,570 seats between Tight Budget Tired Wardrobe Our
the goal lines and 5,566 seats In the end zones. The w
enlargement calls for 12.70S additional seats between the end wardrobe dividend is for you. Simply
zones and 2,066 new seats in the end zones. Of the latter 2- !
066, approximately 2,066 will go to fans from the Gainesville I !1\g pick out your Suit, Sport Coat, and

area for the UF-FSU game. % &Z\ Slacks all at the same time (they'll go

Next big bonus baseball player quite likely to come right : __ better together, too) then relax
out of the Southeastern Conference. And it will be Mississippi i & -
again (Remember Jake Gibbs' $100,000 from the Yankees) I and enjoy wearing them while you're

with shortstop Donnie Kessinger collecting the bonanza. i paying for them.

i t Junior Olympics Set 1/ This is smart planning come in now

I and make your selection.

Here on April 18-25 : S dt You'll find well known brands, Hart, Schaffner -
': Ca ,,m a>9 aN wt and Marx
s+ a t Kingsridge, ,
The first annual Junior Olympics Division on April 25. Fifth grad.;: \
for and girls is scheduled a Deansgate, and Kingland.NATURAL .
boys ers will compete against fifth a % .q4+ ., '
for April 18 and April ''25 graders and sixth graders''' :
at Harris Field. against sixth graders.
The 1964 program is.sponsored I .. SHOULDER OR
Ribbons will be awarded to r a
by the Gainesville Elks ,
the first five finishers and CONVENTIONAL MODELS
Lodge and the Recreation Department troph- ___ ,
ies to the s
go winning schools.
It is open to boys and '
Competition will start at 8:45 a1: ey
girls in the fifth and sixth 1
a.m. and continue with the I
i t
grades. windup 11:101!
: relay at
The Boys Division will bej i
run off on April 18 and the Girls a.m.Boys I USE OUR
events will include 50-: ; +:;

yard dash, 25-yard sack race,I OPEN END CHARGE ACCOUNTUnder

i Thompson running broad jump, Softballthrow I 9

Fires 561 and 20fr-yard relay., I 5tCna1 i.i':; this new plan, you need not settle your account In
Girls :ventS 'will include the
Karl Thompson paced the Con 50 full after 30 day as Is customary with usual chars ac
sack .
yard dashS-yard race, .
: ,
lor Precision: League atPalmuanes standing broad jump, softball J -if counts.discretion.The amount you pay each month is open to

yesterday with a 199173561. your
throw and 2eo-yard relay.UpcTrt. a
Paul Waters had a 526 r
N 225 WEST UNIVERSITY AYE. fj little lof the amount shown en
Ind RandeQ Beggs matched.. ; You may pay as as
hat. Louie Davis had a 220'sfi = : 1 V4 % monthly service charge, Should you prefer to
le high. I j your monthly statement. After 30 days, there is a modest
{ game .
Freddie Whitman topped the Calendar' : t ." i c service charge. Service charge applies only to the unpaid
i't the full amount of your statement there is no
girls with a 460 and Jane Park.r r 1. ',. pay
: bad a 296 high game. Seven Friday .. : balance after 30 drysApplications .
Tens rolled a 2223 series and a Baseball at Georgia Tech :> I : .
Free Parking on the First : Credit
94 high game. Scott Davis Saturday Huge Federal, ,Lot Subject to Approval .

Dade the 5-7j t split.J Baseball at Georgia Tech I i t

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rj j 1 Experts YankeeDodgerWorld Pick E 1 I Ia I Optimism' 'Fl ving w I IBy

-'' THE ASSOCIATED PRESSIt gives us more power. Our defense -Our outfield js better than that,I Mauch, Phillies: "We can win

4 Series must be the air in Florida should. be at least adequate of a lot of.ciuus, "Ch, oeufer jas.I -riuaay games as anyoooy ilwe
and Arizona. Or maybe its the ," I organized and have a better piay up to the hilt. The a1-

water. Whatever it is, it sure: John Pesky, Boston Red Sox:i mental attitude." }''diLon o: Jim Bunmng has improved

; e acts as a tonic to major league "I am hoping ,our improved.. Alston, Dodgers: "I think our, our pitching and tnere is
By JOE REICHLER catcher Bob Uecker from rival
managers. pitching could move us into chances to repeat are good. Just every indication we have founds6mething
II WYORK (AP-Both the National League clubs. the first division.. We lack
I Y 1I While it was hardly expected speed about ,club in 1
every the ague in
odds-makers special
t and the our new
experts Houston has picked up veteran I ax that one of the 20 big league but have good power." "and-
any I has strengthened that\ Includes third baseman "
forecast a second successive I Richie Allen.
infielders Nellie Fox and Eddie would paint a dim Ed Lopat, Kansas City A's:
World Series between the Los bf th' managers us. We have every reason Keane, Cardinals: "We havean
Kasko. The New York Mets "If big Cola
picture for his club at this time our men, Rocky I
Angeles Dodgers and New York l to believe four or five of our excellent; chance. The
have : race
I newcomers in outfielder of the year, there is such a thingas vito and Jim Gentile! have the
Yankees as the 20 mojor League George Altman, catcher Bob carrying optimism too far. kind of seasons they are Capable i players should. have better's sda- shapes up as so close an injuryor
clubs neared the starting gate Taylor and infielder AmadoSamuel of having, we could finish ns. two could be the deciding

for the opening of the 1964 sea j ,111( After all, nine clubs cannot as high as fifth. If they Dark, Giants: 'We.has e a def factor.n'Bragap
in the World Series.
?4 r compete don't, we're ,in trouble." inite shot at the pennant I've Braves: "I think
Acquire Adcock And never yet has a
son.The pennantrace better.morale the
First Division never seen on we're stronger than in the club's
Yankee managerial ended with all clubs in the
In the American League, the '
team. The least improved of the
Bill pennant winning of 1957-
Rigney Los years
Angeles Angels
switch from Ralph Houk to Yogi Los Angeles Angels have acquired first division.An ,
six contenders the
"We're leading are 58 with one
: shooting for the big exception -
Berra has made no differenceto veteran first basemanJoe Associated Press poll
first division and I think Dodgers. pitching. We have better
"we can ,
the Las power
Vegas handicappers, Adcock and pitcher Barry ,. of the managers showed this
who have installed the Yankeesas Latman. Baltimore obtained y. Saturday that nine thought they probably do it. Our strong,pitching Hutchinson, Reds: "I think a better defense and more

1.3 favorites. The Dodg outfielder Willie Kirkland from I II had a good chance to win the should bel p. We are ,also our club is as good as anybody.We speed.**

ers 65. I counting on our extra speed and have a better mental approach Danny Murtaugh, Pittsburgh
are : Cleveland for Al Smith and first pennant. Eight more believed
baseman Norm Siebern from they would finish in the first di an improved defense." this spring. We had it in Pirates: "We're going to be a

The concensus is the Dodgers Kansas City for Jim Gentile. vision. The remaining three Hodges, Senators: "Well be 1961 and 1962 but lost it last .much better club. The improvement
have too much of everything I better. We won't finish last. should from
year. come our
Bill Skowron will make his bow were convinced their clubs were
speed for the rest of the National
with the Senators last second year regulars, Bob
Washington improved over year.
League while the Yankees Leon _Wagner with the Indians Boys' Club BestsT. Yanks To Repeat Bailey. Donn Clendenon, Will
qhave too much of everythingfor
their American League ri- and pitcher Larry Sherry with Yogi Berra said ,unequivocally GHS PlacesIn Stargell and Dick Schofield."

the that his New York Yankees Bob Kennedy, Chicago Cubs:
I vals. If the Yankees win, it will J. Hawes, left, president of the Gainesville Exchange '

mark their fifth straight flag, customary, Washingtonand Club, presents Bill Hart, 11, center, and Lee would repeat as American "I am impressed by the come-

under three different managers. Cincinnati will get the jumpon Roby, 13, right, with awards at Friday night's League champs. Gil Hodgeswas back of Ernie Banks and the

their rivals, staging their Boys' Club awards program. Hart was top workerin just as positive his Wash-} SwimmingRusty showing of rookies Jimmy Stew-

Oddly enough the only new home openers on Monday, a the crafts shop and Roby outstanding scout in Ington Senators wouldn't remainin art and Billy Cowan. We must

managers are in the American day in advance of the others. VFW sponsored Troop 80. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis the league basement. bear down all the way to improve

League. Hank Bauer will make Some 45,000 are expected to ). Five National League managers DAYTONA BEACH The Black. I on last year's 82-80 rec

his debut as manager of the see President Johnson throw San Francisco's ,Al Dark, Gainesville High girls finished ord."

Baltimore Orioles and George out the first ball at the game Cincinnati's Fred Hutchinson, third and the boys fourth here The 200 freestyle relay team.' Improved

Strickland will fill in at Cleveland between the Senators and Angels 138 Youths GetBoys' Philadelphia's Gene Mauch, St. yesterday in the Buccaneer of Paige Rigg, Brassington and I' Harry Craft Colts: "I feel we
for Birdie Tebbetts Louis' Keane and Mil- Russell Elliott, took third.
hospi- in Washington. Claude 0teen s- Johnny Open swimming meet. have improved if our pitching
talized with a heart attack. a left-hander is scheduled waukee's Bobby Bragan, refused Girls placing were Ruth per- holds up as well as it has the
to inch to the defending Jacksonville Lee won t h eboys kins third in 200 free Susan I
Most to take the mound for the Sena yield an ; first two years. Our infield is

InterestingOf tors. Ha will be opposed by Ken Club HonorsChampions champion Los Angeles division, and Daytona Penk, fourth in 50 free; Diane I greatly improved with the addi-
the trades made since the
the McBride, a righthander.The Dodgers. And Walt Alston of the Mainland took top honors in Scott, fifth in 50 free; Peggy I tion of Nellie Fox and Eddie
of 1963
most close interesting the to season watch, Reds will be opposed by Dodgers insisted his team was the girls meet. Perkins fifth in 200 individual Kasko. Our outfield remainsthe

be the one in which the may San the Colts, who have righthander and winners were tree, Stan Thomas, Curtis Holder Ernest stronger. GHS boys placing were Mark medley; Karen Gill, third in big question mark."

Francisco Giants swapped out Ken Johnson all primed to honored Friday at the semi-an-' Barfleld.East All-Stars, Sandy Wilson Tommy Here are the capsuled comments Montgomery, second in diving; 100 free; Judy Rountree, fifth Casey Stengel, New York

fielder Felipe Olou, catcher Ed face either lefty Jim O'Toole or nual Father and Son Awards Wilson Richard Squires, Brain' Williams, : Forest Hope, third in 100 back- In 100 free; Mary Helen Cox, Mets: "We and the Colts are going

Bailey and relief pitcher Billy right-bander Jim Maloney. A Night at the Boys' Club. The David Senior Flowers.Basketball Don Champs Large.Hawks Pete Berra, Yankees: "Well win it stroke; Ralph Paige, third in second in 100 back; and Becky to fight it out for the bot
sellout crowd of 30,000 is Godey Richard Spongberg Harold Martin even if Mickey Mantle doesn'tplay 200 sixth in 100 back.
Hoeft to Milwaukee for pitchersBob as event was sponsored by the Ernie Windsor. Tommy Martin Lame freestyle; Larry Brassington Deese, tom. We ought to do better
Shaw and Bob Hendley and sured. Gainesville Exchange Club. Lackey. Robert Tarms Johnny Caster. 100 games. There are no third in 50 free; Howard The girls freestyle relay teamof against that club. They've been

catcher Del Crandall. Charlie Dobbs, Boys' C 1 u b Bennett Senior Ford.Basketball Ali-Stars, West All- ifs. We've got the best eight Rigg, fifth in individual med- Ruth Perkins, Mary Helen lucky against us in the past.
Stars Larue Lackey. Robert Harms. starting players and our pitching ley; and Jimmy McCartney Cox Diane Scott and We're to make
director Susan going more
The Detroit Tigers, generally BettingOn : program presented Jack Dougherty. Warren Jones Harold is the best in the league."
the most awards to the 138 recipients. Martin David Bronson. Jim Doak. fifth in 100 breaststroke. Penk finished second. runs."
regarded as -Improved
East All-Stars David Johnson AdaIr Sam Mete, Twins: "We havea .... .
The awards covered all Garrett. Uoyd Tyer. Phil Haveard -
club in the American League, phaseson Kim Richardson. Haward Hamilton. real good chance to win if neiay ieam

made two major deals in which Yanks the Boys' Club competitive Junior Traveling Basketball Team pitchers Jerry Arrigo, Jim Roland The boys 200-yard medley relay -
Carl Holland. John Dulaney Larry saner
they acquired outfielder Don program. Brian Williams. Sandy Wilson. and Jim Kaat come team also captured second HUSKY 6 H.P. RIDING MOWER
Demeter from Philadelphia for Moore assistant bask Mike Sloan. Tommy Wilson. Tommy ,
Dulaney. John Shepherd. Stephan Cas- through. We are decidedly bet- place. It consisted of Hope,
pitcher Jim Bunning, and second ExpensiveLAS etball coach at the Universityof intermediate ter than last year." McCartney, Montgomery and

baseman Jerry Lumpe, Florida, was the guest speak 'earn. Tommy Martin Traveling Howard Basketball Riggs. Charlie Dressen, Tigers: "The
along with pitchers Ed Rakow er. Coach Moore assisted T. J. Charles Isaac. Jim McLean Chris Guil TR SL '
Nev. (AP- .tie, Robert Hermes Kim Richardson, Tigers are the most improved
and Dave Wickersham, from Want to bet the'Yanks will win Hawes, president of the Exchange Larry Mott, Ronnie Ray,' Kenny Brown club in the league. Our pitchingis Cage Warmup .T\\
Robert Puckett Ernie Windsor Jack WeI".H
Kansas City for outfielder the pennant? It'll be expensive.To ,Club, in presenting the Ryals John Carr David Bronson, Alan. going to be better. Frank ELIZABETH, N.J. (APTheU.S.

Rocky Colavito. win $2 you'll have to bet $5. Boy of the Year Award to Summers Croquet. Tournament.Jimmy Hiltz.(10 end under), Lary has looked sharp in Flor national basketball team

The St. Louis Cardinals have That's the way the odds stood Timothy Keyes. Tommy Bogie; (11 and over). Terry An- ida." prepped for its forthcoming tripto :
I drews.
acquired pitchers Roger Craig, Saturday in this Nevada gaming National billiards tournament Jun. Turtle Derby, Donnie Pelt. Sox Can Win Europe by blasting a teamof Repair

outfielder Carl Warwick and city, where the town's leading ton Frank Charles Dampier Hill Intermediates Tommy Bishop BillyMCDavis Bicycle Best Appearance Rodeo Harvey car (7 Henson.and I). Mike Al Lopez, White Sox: "I thinkwe college stars 110-92 Friday id -

city, where the town's lead- Jimmy Chestnut Tom Hill Kirby; can win it. Our pitching and night. All
Seniors, Mike Oyernarte Maurice Beal.AI ,I Midget Car Racing (7 and), Mike
season major league betting Eckdahl. Kirby. defense is outstanding. Our of. '. .... m 6-WheeI. 41UraWM .a...
.ur.; ,
14.Year.OWWins Best Appearance Car, f i '" .i b 'bq 1I1j.tU
odds. Outstanding Boy Scout. Lee Roby! ( and 10) 1
-> fense is better than peoplethink. "
There weren't enough beta to rafts.Padgett.Bill Hart Cliff Grand Pat Steve Perry.Midget Perry.Car Racing, (t and 10), Steve .*. I Optioned' Mr19tl' P1 '; : 1 CutCulting2Ymer LGQ "l"iakes

Event make odds on wagering for the las.Photography AI| Eckdahl contest.Scott AlUbrook.Tommy Doug-Tom Best Appearance Car (11 and over), Hank Bauer, Orioles: "Two I
Yankees to finish second and Singleton. Harvey Junior Henson. weeks ago I picked the Yankeesto PITTSBURGH (AP) The:
Book Awards Thomas Sud-
AKRON, Ohio. (AP-Beverly third. The same applied to the Dowdy Two-Man Tommy basketball Douglas Cadet Midget, Jerry Ted I win and the Orioles to finish Pittsburgh Pirates optioned
Beckwith, a 14-year-old eighth Covey, Mike Scott; Junior Todd Ralnsbercer :pitcher Earl Francis to Columbus -
Dodgers, the bettors' National John Dulaney. third. That's because they have FLORIDA SAW CO.
grader from Baltimore, Md., League favorite. National spot shot contest Midgets,, McGuire To fewer ifs than we do. But if everybody -. of the International League
leaped 8 feet 10V4 inches Satur- Wayne Johnson; Juniors Carl HolliindIntermedl.t.s ; [Friday, bringing their roster
The odds are posted this way: Jimmy Chestnut. plays up to his capability
day to win the standing broad first the figure for how much awards.Amos Rusty Aionia Witt.stagg Hal,physical Ingman Fitness Todd we have a good chance to I down to the 27 players requiredfor Phone FR 6.3411 Gainesville Florida
in the. 'National IndoorWomen'a
jump can be won, then how much has Ralnsberger. Jerry Dowdy Donnie pelt' MarquetteMILWAUKEE win." opening day.
track and field cham John Dulaney.
to be bet. They run like this:, Games Room Champs January Spot I George Strickland Cleveland
pionships. Pool. Charles Hill Bumper Pool, Mike (AP) Al McGuire "We're improved .
Indians: greatly
I. Milliner French Pool, George Selln;
She Cleveland's Eleanor AMERICAN LEAGUE
edged Pool Mike Milliner Checkers. head coach
; Mike at Belmont and definitely a first division
Montgomery by one-fourth lit 2nd 3rd Milliner Tlc-Tac-Toe, Stan Thomas;
( I anon PVAR John Allen Chess Stan Tho Abbey College in Belmont, N.C., team. Our pitching
of an inch.Sharon Yankees 2-5 mu; Volo Bm Cellon Ping Pang Jim>
the past should be better. Leon
Chestnut.February.. seven years was Wagner
Shepherd, a teacher at :Twins 4-1 Sport Pool, Tom Hill; Bump named head basketball coach
Upper Arlington, Ohio, won the I Tigers 6-1 2-1 er Pool. Cart Gardener French Pool.
Jim Chestnut Saturday at
; Pool Mike Milliner Marquette University
4-kllo: shot put' with a throw of Orioles 10-1 3-1 8-5 Checkers Mike Milliner -T. Reds' Suits exj
44 feet Mike Milliner; Fore Par/Stefan Casey// succeeding Eddie HIckey, -
9 inches. Miss
Shepherd, I Indians 20-1 8-1 4-1 Volo Mike Milliner
; Ping who
Pong. Jim was fired March 26.
who won both the shot put and :Red Sox 20-1 8-1 4-1 Chestnut., Carry NamesCINCINNATI j'
discus events In last year's out- ''Athletics 40-1 15-1 8-1 Pool March Ken Ping Van Pong Nortwlck, George; Pool.Selln Ken; Spot Van Dr. Thomas R. Abbott, chair- : .f'

door also 'I 40-1 15-1 8-1 Nortwick; Chess Stan Thomas Bump. man of the Marquette Athletic .
competition, placed Angels Ir Pool Charles Ml111 TTae! Tot, (AP-The Cincinnati
fourth in the basketball throw. Senators 100-1()( 40-1 20-1 Mike MHiienr; Volo. Ted Covey Check. Board, said the 35-year old Mc- Reds have decided to

That event was won by Shirley -H.;Pat French Harpers Pool.Fore George Par,Selln.Lothar Som Guire was chosen from more put names on the backs of their t rajy'
McCondlchie ; NATIONAL LEAGUE April. Vela Britt Mime/ Fore Par than 50 applicants three
j of Chicago with a Lamer Harrison, Pool. only ol f players' uniforms.
Jimmy ChestW
throw of 101 feet. 1st 2nd 3rd Chess Lothar Sommer Checkers- whom were interviewed person- Club President Bill DeWitt
I Dodgers 6-5 Mitchell; French Pool, Tom'. Hill;
Bumper Pool. Donnie Pelf. ally. said there have been many re

Umps Given Cards Giants 4-16-5-9-55-7- OIecters.Overall Winners Pat Harper Spot Root Stan Lowe, a member of thschool's e quests for the Reds to do this.

Tonle Hill Bumper Pool, Charles Hill; athletic departmentsince I He said the numbers on .
Reds 6-1 2-1 Ping Pong, .11m! Chestnut; Pool. Mike
Milliner 1924 the backs will be ; : : t '
First Games Phillies 15-1 6-1 5-2 Vole Ted TJe-Tac-Toe Covey French MikeMHIIner Poof ; was named athletic players' $ :!
15-1 Sellnl Fore Par LaMar Sommer.George director. Hickey had held both moved up and the names will I haw _
Braves -. :rso
CINCINNATI (AP) These Pirates 15-1 RM: Win Clubs, ; Juniors PUIKrp Ricky Contest.Revell Midgets..Law posts until he was fired after I be under the numbers. I
ry < Intermediates the most dismal 'On the home uniforms, the n N ,f t'
umpire assignments for the !Cubs 50120-110.1 ;Chesm utreyl Jimmy season in Mar I I 'tj6 r

opening of the National League :Colts 100-1 40-1 15-1 I Cadet Basketball Champs First Natton.l quette's 47-year basketball his- numbers and names will be hired
.1'", Donald Merit?. Glenn Cas- letters with blue herder *
season Monday and Tuesday!,Mets 200-1 tOO-I 501i lick Danny Crow. Jimmy MitcMII.: a navy -r- '*
tory.McGuire :
David Crigier, Keith Austin, Ricky. Cotnn. I and on the road uniform the
were announced Saturday: I I i Jimmy FJow.rs. was captain of the 'number
and will be in
Monday-Houston at Cincinnati Midget Basketball champs. Cowboys 1951 St. John's University team names
Chuck Hogan Sam Cordon Dv Navy blue," DeWitt explained. > ,
-Bill Jackowski Shag Miss Haynie ny Johnson. Joe Labelie Gary Math- which finished third in the National !I y cy a
My John Shepherd,
Crawford, Ed Vargo and Al For- Brian McOIrlaJlM. MCChrlsnan Invitation Tournament 4
_ man. Takes Lead William Junior Helton.lalkaflall Rldlard Champs Squires Steelert, Don He played for the New York, ;THE
Milwaukee at San Large Tommy 'Wilson, Brain ,
Tuesday- Sindy WUaon Danny Marfcham Wiatoms.LArry Knickerbockers of the National. .13 STREET BARBERSHOP .
Francisco ;Al Barllck Augie Berton. Mike Duncan. I Basketball Association and then I
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP- Cw An-Stars. East AH-Stan, Doug -
Stan Laades and Mel
t Donatelll Cooper David $ ongberg, David Morrtt served as an.assistant coach at ; i
Steiner. St. Louis at Los Angeles Sandra Haynie cut four swings John Hennessey John CeHon, Joey Dartmouth from 1954-56. WILL BE
off with a 68 Saturday to KOuDIAS* !
-Jocko Conlan, Tony Yen- par West AlMfars. Keith Austin. .Jimmy McGuire's Belmont Abbey CLOSEDAll ..
take a three-stroke lead after Flowers. Jerry Dowdy. Mark Elliot .
ion, Doug Harvey and Lee Weyer. second McChrlstaln, John Robtuna. Chip teams posted a record of 120
round of the
Chicago at Pittsburgh Tom inaugural Midget AlMtars, East All-Stars Jeff I Day Wed. Starting Saving Can Make It So.
_ # $7,500 Capitol City Ladies McChrlstaln. Brain McChrtstien, Rusty victories and 60 defeats. Five of I :
Gorman Vlnnle Smith. Chris Witt. David B
Smith Hal April 15th
PGA tournament. I Covey. Ineman Ted his seven teams went to small I : ..1. .
Pelekoudas and Bill Williams
Miss Haynie, of Phoenix, Ariz West All-stars. Jay Hoffman Dennis college tournaments. 212 NW 13th
New York at Philadelphia Underwood Buddy Barnes. Davie Pelt
had a 36-bole card of 70- -138 lay Bass Lather Sommer Terms of his Marquette conC.I A. Philman Operator
Frank Seeory, Ken Burkhart, Junior Altttars. West All-Stars.. Mitch
to move in front of the firs I tract not disclosed.
Mc slhim. Larry Moore Johnny Round- were Whether you/want to retire or to'sim1. relax substantial
Ed Sudol and Paul Pryor. day's leader Kathy Whitworthof y ,
J : -.F -- :
Jal N. M. : 7: \ ,:

1 Three Swim Miss Whitworth who carded a savings j inthe bank 'can mafce it so. Because, savings free
59 in the opening round fell to a '

Records Fall 73 Saturday and dropped to second you from financial worry!: 3ui dyo ur'savin: g; here ,easily by

place with a 142 total Come. in and see our Little League Display -' ,-t" !' ,. "
AP I t : c !::
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BLACKPOOL England Sybil Griffin of Boyington ; > "

_i Three world records were bettered Beach, Fla., had a. two-day total I :. : 'Quality Merchandise. at SPECIAL PRICES saving regularly. Begin( today! .'' .,-' ".-, r'"r. .

In the British-Russian of 70-74-144 to traIl in third ,(No Imports!) .

swimming meet Friday night,I II place. Miss Griffin was one of f t

two by the Soviets. I I three runners-up to Miss Whit-I FREE Little League Rule Books,

Jill Norfolk, 17 year-old London worth after the opening day. .

hairdresser, swam the 100- Three knotted behind Miss CLOVES by MacGregor and Nokona <, ,

yard backstroke in 1:09.8. This. Griffin with 14Ss were Carol MITTS Basemans and Catchers : : .

compares with the listed world Mann. Betsy Rawls and Kathy BATS BALLS --. firi

record for women of 1:10 set by' Cornelius. CAPS SHIRTS SOCKS
I' -
Sapoko Tanaka of Japan. The third tourney on this
Little League Shoes by MacGregor ,
The Soviet marks came when years' LPGA tour will close r.' -- -

did the '220- Sunday with a final 18-bol The Ideal Trainer For Batting Prattice -
Georgi Prokopenko AT GAINESVILLE:
yard breaststroke in 2:31.4 and round on the 6,696-yard Sherwood THE PLACE HITTER NATIONAL BANK :
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the Russian 440-yard medley relay Forest Country Club

The relay time bettered the

4:09.1 set by an Indianapolis, Some Crowd !I I Member: Federal Reserve System With Notion-Wide Foal.t
Ind, Athletic Club squad !In I! Northcentrol Florida's Sporting Goods Headquarters Federal Deposit Insurance: Corporation, .
July .1962, and the breastroketime GLASGOW; Scotland .(AP) -I 1113 Unirenity Are. FRanklin %-8112j '"

compares, to the 2:8.4 set Scotland defeated England 1-0 in j Offstrett Park In Rear Of Store Florida National Group of Banks t

by M. Shlgeaatsa of Japan in a soccer match Saturday before ''i !

t !Marco 1962._ a.crowd.of IM.oeo.

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04 Gainesville'Sun Sunday, April/12.1964


:Melrofliis Bronson : iz : Uppercut :

.. \ $'

;For Riverland Honors cCk'1I I Mstr Uppercuts

Melrose topped favored 'Bron- were dimmed when dash star! Campbell. lIe won the shot put,

son. Friday afternoon to win the Bill Schossler severely sprainedammikle discus throw and low hurdles n

;annual Riverland Confer- practicing at the high placed fifth in the 100-yard dash

ence track meet at the University jump pit'-Schossler had been and third in the 220. He collected Mongo Bid

of Florida. counted on for victories in the 19 points.

The Mustangs had;..lOl points 100, 220 and 440-yard' dashes Melrose brought 22 runners to

4. to 90 for the Eagles*'Cedar Key and would have run on an Eagle the meet as compared to Bron- -

was third with 34, Bell collected relay team. son's 11 and the depth paid off. By ORLO ROBERTSONNEW I Bonjour, second in his four I

'14 and Hawthorne had the 4g YORK (AP) Uppercut -,previous races, set out as if to
2. .' a ,,4s it .was, the Eagles One of the day's highlightswas :;
:. Bronson's chances for Vic*',I ay's individual. star Jn Bill. an easy victory in the mile with only one victory to steal the race, but Mongo, piloted 1
a show for six previous starts II by Wayne Chambers re-
-.:---,..-- -' _.._- _."' -_::.., .'I 'j.....----...-- ---,_._ ,--'run by little Dean Wallace, fused him
brought Mongo's bid for the to let get away.
freshman from Melrose. Last _
Dean finished fifth as __handicap division title up short Bonjour, however, held a
year I:2-
older brother Bobby won the Saturday with a three-length triumph three-length lead at the half I

event. This year he turned in a s $ in the 57th running of the mile post and was one length in

."".'.,,! 6. > .! ;' ,w F 5:04.6 clocking for victory by $27,500 Excelsior Handicap at front after they had gone three

: _' almost 50 yards. : ; Aqueduct quarters of a mile. By this time, '

__: ?;:.: Only record to fall was in the i Mongo, favorite in the field of Morry E. had replaced Mongo .

six for the Itt mile race, after in the runnerup slot and Uppercut
high jump where Bell's Gary BRONSON ACE BILL CAMPBELL GOES TO WORK 'winning the Widener and had begun his challenge.
Y. 4 Camp-
.' I rA4 Halter won with an effort of 5- Eagle star won shot, discus and low hurdles but Melrose won the meet. bell Memorial handicaps, Heading into the home stretch
10. The old mark was 58.
dropped back in the .home with one quarter of a mile to go,
Results: I stretch to fifth. Uppercut was fourth but less

Shot put 1, Campbell (B); 2. FordM GHS TEAMS TO CORIPETE I than two lengths off the front.
rkh ( ); 3, Roberts (B); 4, Schossler (B); Bearing top weight of 129
_ 5, D. Moody (M). 44 feet 5 Inches !pounds and giving 17 pounds to end Sellers slipped his mount
Discus throw 1. Campbell (B);' 2.' the rail took
H. Moody (8); 3. Ford (M); 4. Ar- Uppercut, Mongo battled for the through on com
wood (M); 5. Beasley (B). 1U fiat mand with an eighth of a mile
3V* inches Coral Gables Seabreeze early lead and then found the
Broad lump 1. Donaldson (M); 2, S remaining and won well in
Halter (BII) 3. Turner (CK); 4, Beas crushing impost just too muchto
ley (B), Tooke CK). 1* feet 3V* Inches handle. hand.
High lump 1, Halter (B); 2. Coulter "He was going real well down
(CK); 3. Beasley (8)1" Donald S Johnny Sellers rated WilliamL.
son (M); 5, Koehler (B); 5 feet 10 Inch- the back stretch and I stayed.
To Bid for Tennis Titles .
es (record) Harmonay's Uppercut near
High hurdles 1, R. Beckham (M); inside and waited even though I
4r 2. D. Moody (M); 4. H. Moody (B); 5. the end of the small field dur- had planned go to to the outside
McGuIre (M). :1M
ing early running and then,
100-yard dash 1. Robinson (M); 2. I ," said Sellers "1 had
Turner (CK); 3. Donaldson (M); 4, Davis Coral Gables and Daytona Monan, Coral Gables. 1 Clearwater, Seabreeze, "Hollywood took him to the rail for his victorious of horse I waited. I
plenty so
(B)run; 5,-Campbell D. Wallace(B:11.0Mile (M); 2, Grit Beach Seabreeze will rank as For the girls, Wendy Overton, McArthur, Miami Nor- drive in the last one got opening at the head of

...:' fin lace(B(M););3,5.Tomltnson Gaultney ((M CK);).4,5:J.OO Wal favorites in boys and girls tennis Seabreeze; Ann Beerman, Lake- land, Pompano Beach, Coral] eighth of a mile before a crowdof the my stretch and he just pulled."

880-yard relay-I. Bronson 2. Melrose competition when the annu- land; Gloria Southerland, St. Petersburg i Gables, Miami Beach and Miami 56,368. "

440;-yard 3. Cedar dash-I.Key. Roberson 1:42.0 (M)2. al state high school meet opensat ; Jean Hancock, Fort Archbishop Curley. away.
Bird (B); 3. Price (M); 4, Fultz I Closed Fast
the University of, Florida Lauderdale; Randi Shuert, Mi- Girls teams:
(H); 5, Allison (M:514Low
hurdles 1. Campbell B); % courts Thursday.Bill ami Norland; and Barbara Fletcher, Jacksonville Lan- Rocky Link also closed fast Colts Option
Hathcox (CK); X Weaver (M); 4
s. for second
Fsk (B); 5, Wilson (M). :2..., Potter, University of Florida Cook, Coral Gables, will be don, Gainesville, Orlando Edge- money, finishing a
080-yerd runShepherd' (M); 2. McKinney head in front of Morry E. Bon- Four Hurlers
tennis coach and bidders for honors Lakeland Lake Wales
(M); 3. Brown (CK) 4. BeckM meet, among the top water, ,
( ); S. Koehler (B). 2:15.0 1, Bronson; 2, director for the Florida High -. St. Petersburg, Clearwater. Sarasota -jour, who set a burning pace for
relay -
Sprint medley
k Cedar Key; 3. Melrose. 2.18.0 School Activities Association, Teams entered in boys play: Riverview, Seabreeze, six furlongs, was fourth, one HOUSTON (AP-The Houston.
220-yard dash 1, Arwood,M); 2. said will' continue' Beach )McArthur Nor I and half length in front of the fading Colts trimmed their roster to a
wq R Davis (B); 3. Campbell (B); 4 Johntry play through Jacksonville Fletcher I Delray
(M Mile)> 5.relay R. Beckham- 1, Melrose(M).;:25.2 2, Bronson Saturday's championship matches' Jacksonville Lee, Gainesville, Beach Seacrest, Fort Lauder- Mongo. Red Gar was last. 28-pIayer limit Saturday by,

X Cedar Key. 3:58.0 '' with morning and afternoon Winter Park, Tampa Plant, dale, Key West, Coral Gables Uppercut stepped the distancein sending pitchers Larry Bohannon -

oalAw .,sessions each day. Lake Wales, St. Petersburg,I and Miami Palmetto.DudleyAlbers 1 minute and 50 seconds and Chuck Taylor, Jim Ray

Tornadoes9Rally New individual champions are paid $11.00, $6.10 and $4.30. and Chris Zachary to the minor

assured as Mike Belkin of MI- Rocky Link, winner of the West-. leagues.

CLOSE FINISH IN 100-YARD DASH ami Beach, boys No. 1 king the Chester Stakes two weeks ago, Taylor remains on the Oklahoma

Melrose's Robinson( left, is victor. past two years, has graduated. Top paid $6.50 and $4.50. Morry E. City roster. Ray and

TopsMacelenny Stephanie DeFina, South Brow- was $5.50 to show. Zachary were optioned to San

ard, girls victor last year, is Uppercut earned $17,875 to Antonio and Bohannon was as-

passing up high school compe- push his career earnings in 39 signed outright to Oklahoma

tition for an overseas trip. I Golf Tourney FieldWINTER races to $101,926.JACKSONVILLE. City. 1

In team competition Sea .
MACCLENNY Starke rallied J
breeze will bid
for another girls
in the third and fourth in- crown'while Coral Gables, run- HAVEN '(AP) scholarship to Georgia Tech,
GHS SecondTo
nings for three runs each and nerup last year to Miami Bill Dudley and Roberta Al- led group 4 qualifiers with a 72. 1

went on to down Macclenny 8-5 Beach for the boys title, looksto bers, Tampa King High School Miss Albers, one of the nation's

in a baseball encounter Friday.The be the leader with St. Petersburg -golf stars, will be among the top young women stars, will bea

Baker Co. Wildcats start a threat.Individually favorites in the annual state heavy favorite in girls individual -i

ed fast with three runs, in the Bill Harris of high school meet which gets competition. Forrest I
S first and added another in the i
: here
West Palm Beach Forest Hill way Thursday. Dudley will face strong chal--

second for an early 4-1 lead. and John Gilbart of St. Peters- There will be 18 holes of! lenges from Bill Whitten, Pensa- I
But Emmett Akridge relieved Gainesville Weaver Forrest; t Sutton Gainesville!
I % burg are tops in the Boys No. play each day with team sacola Escambia; and John El- 5. Snlnn Forrest. Time .14.4. ,
Tornado starter Mike Waters 1 singles.action. crowns in boys and girls divis- liott Jr. Fort Lauderdale. Whit-' High School finished second 100-YARD DASH: 1. Ca uto" Faxon
and held Macclenny to a single to Forrest High in the an- 2. Bales Forrest: 3. Bowers. Gainesvltle -
Other highly-rated f playersare ions determined by'scores aft ten had a 69 in the group quali- ; 4. Leavltt. Gainesville JManry,
the rest of the nual Forrest Invitational track Lee. Time 10.0
run. way.Starke's I :
the first 36 holes of and
Armistead "Neely, Tampa er play fier and Elliott a 70. I
MILE RUN 1. Moore GalnesvIHe
here with
Reddish met 67
Greg tripled Friday night
..,. Plant; Norman Holdes, Florida -individual honors by scores after 2. Whttmore Forrest; 3. Martin, Jackson .
.tR 2r and singled to lead the winners' Harold Bishop of Starke is another points to the winning team's 88. ; 4. Selbert Forrest: 5. Parrlsh, pax-
Air Academy; Skip Pils- 54 holes of play. I son. Time: ':1'.4
attack. The victory boosted highlyregarded entrant.I Trailing the top two teams
bury, Seabreeze and Richard Dudley, who has accepted a I MO-YARD RELAY: 1. Let (M Laugh-
Starke to a 6-2 overall record. ; Other ton individuals In the were Lee, 63; Ribault, 22; Pax- Itn Travis, Eagerton Manry .2. Fcr. 1
rest; 3. Paxon 4, Jackson J. Gaines
a The Tornadoes will host Live group qualifying tests were Jeff on, 18; and Jackson, 13. ville. Time: 1:30.' ; 1

a: a1.i Oak at 3:30 pjn. Tuesday in a Williams, Sanford Seminole; Merrill Moore of GHS won the 2.440-YARD Lanler Lee DASH 3.: Reeves.1. Hull,Paxon Forrest; 4.;

Florida Star Conference game. Youth Baseball Bill Johnson, Venice; Dave mile in 4:19.4, slightly slower time Poole:, 50.5.150YARD Gainesville. ; 5. Baker, Forrest.

Shuster, Eau Gallic; and Don than the 4:18.0 he turned in a LOW HURDLES: T. Jones I
Stark ab r h MacClenny ab r k
15 5 5 5 v Falcon ss :321 Tharpe ss 421 Sayet, Miami Beach. week earl .. Marcus J ones, Gainesville Shim Forrest; 2.; 4.Sutton.Ellis Galnesvltle Lee 5. Crosby; 3. I

T Cole Reddish If If :321 322 Barger Knapp If rf 310 310 Teams that will compete In GHS hurdler, took both the highs Forrest.MO-YARD Time RUN:20.i: 1. Fessler, Forrest;
s McLeod 3b 401 Morris 3b-p 402 SlatedFirst division and lows. He did :14.4 in the 2. Murray Forrest 3. Maldonado, Lee; I
Escambia Pa-
-1 .T 3 y5 Elder c 300 Starling c 300 Meeting boys are 4. Hannah RlbiUlt; 5. Gnelslg. Paxon.
Hamilton 2b 300 Reynolds p-3b 3 01 latka, Jacksonville Lee, Lees- highs and :20.5 in the lows. Time: 2.004 (Ties Forrest school record .
Saulerson rf :300 Terrell ulb 200 )
Jones also the meet's In-
Frick Ib 310 Crews 2b 311 burg, Sanford Seminole, Tam- was SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY 110.220
x x. Akridge Waters p 000 210 Hill If 900 meeting to discuss the The'Midget loop will play at 5 pa King, Whiter Haven, Braden- dividual star, winding up with 330440)Eagerton: 1.Lanier Lee (Travis 2. Gainesville, McLavghtfn; :I-,

TOTALS 27 8 S TOTALS 28 S S 1964 Youth Baseball programis or 5:30 p.m. and the Major J ton Manatee Venice Vero 12% points. He also ran on the Forrest; 4. Ribault 5. Jackson.: Time
Starke .............. 1033001-8: 2:01.2
MacClenny ............ :3101000 5 set Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at League at night at Harris Beach Satellite Beach (Cocoa), 'Canes second place sprint 220-YARD DASH: 1. Manry Lee i.
the Recreation Center. Field. medley relay team. Bales Forrest; :3. Klncade, Jackson ,..
Fort Lauderdale Senior, Pom- warren, Forrest 5. Crawford L e ..
n All coaches, prospective Plans for opening the leaguescall pano Beach, Fort Lauderdale Another first place went to Time: 2X3:
s : : ; Fifth MILE RELAY! 1. Forrest (W b t t.
S :: : f : coaches and anyone interested for first games the second Stranahan, Miami Beach and GHS in the pole vault wherea more Fessler Murray Hulls 2. Lee;

in assisting with the programare week of May. Application Miami Palmetto. heave of 136 feet 4% inches. Time 3. Ribault 3:21.3BROAD: ;: 4. Gainesville 5. '1JIan.

L asked to attend. blanks will be available at the Sutton scored a sixth first for JUMP; 1. Lambert Forrest; !
In Fletcher There will be about 30 girls 2. Fessler, Forrest X Lanier, Lee; 4.
There are several openings for various schools next week. the 'Canes by leaping 5 feet 8 Hull. Forrest; .. Leavitt, CalnevW
teams competing, according to inches in the Distance: 20.'
HE'S BIG MAN IN THE MILE coaches. Persons interested high jump.
Gainesville i
Some 450 youths are expected DISCUS: 1. Rhea.
Melrose's Robinson, left, is victor. should contact Carol Lanoux at Floyd Lay, executive secretaryof F o r r e st won only five first Baldwin, Lee 3. Germain Lee 4.
to participate in the Distance I
Track Event program. the Florida High School Activities 'Ponsell Rlbault; $ Hovan I
the Recreation Center. places to the half dozen for : l3i-4Vfe
Lanoux said there is a need Association. There was no GHS but the host team .II. SHOT PUT 1. Herbert Forrest; t.
There will! be was ,
Midget League Baldwin Lee; 3. Bowers Gainesville
JACKSONVILLE Engle- for 9-13 for boyS-in the 15-17 age groupto group qualifying test for girls. stronger in runnerup and t h lid :4. PIt, Ribault i. Hodges r.,-.
boys years of age, a I -
Is Second rest. Distance 487V4HIGH
PKY the
-i--i' act umpires in Midget
wood won the annual Fletcher Junior League for 13-14-year- Instead, girls who recorded a place finishes, using its depthto I JUMP 1. Sutton Gainesville;
circuits. interested in 2. GatnesvWe X: Vllentile.R .
Boys um- Welch
of 55 less for nine holesin .1
Jacksonville Beach score or
Relays at olds and M emerge .. smith
a a j o r League for ; 4. Baker Forrest
Friday as Starke finished fifth youths in the 15-17 piring should contact the Recreation competition during the regular Byron H u Is 1 a nder won withan Forrest. Height: S4.. 1
age group. POLE VAULT: 1 Hutslander Gainesville -
with 26 points. The Rams piled 3 i. DepartmentLincoln season qualified for the effort of 12 feet. Hugh Rheaof ; 2. Welch. Galnesvltle; X: Valentine I

In Track Test up 98V& points to 39 for duPont, state. Thus, a school had to qualify GHS otok the discus throw Forrest., Ribault Height; 4.12 Baker Forrest J.

4 Terry Parker, 35; and Fletcher, Froehline!: four girls under the regula- Results: Team Scoring Forrest U; Gainvttl I
120-YARD HIGH HURDLES: 1. 47; LM *3; Ribault 22* Pason 11;
'-' tion to form its team. I Jones. Gainesville; 2. Greene, Lee; X Jackson 12.
BRANFORD I 32.Trailing the top five schools In FinalsST.

a finished a close were Bolles, 17; Bishop Kenny, Runners

ry in Friday 13H; and Landon, 9. PETERSBURG,Fla. (AP) Pastrano's Dream Came

Relays as the Starke won the shot put as Frank Froehling of Coral I

dogs wound up Tom Gardner tossed 52 feet VA Gables, Fla. cut off Cliff Rich-

48 for the Blue inches and the digcn throw as ey's string of upsets Saturdaywith TriumphLincoln

Perry won four Bill Phillips heaved 143 feet Stt a powerful game that Peralta EndedBy
School '
just one for PKY. inches. placed him! against Roy Emerson High won a I
quadrangular Invitational track
finished second Other Tornado points came as in the grudge-match finalsof .
____ meet Friday afternoon its
: on -
ii once for Perry Gardner second in the the St ,1
was Petersburg 1Jastm track MURRAY ROSE dream Is lost Moaned the gash .
by scoring 46 points to "My scrap; ripped open
fourth and fifth to discus with a toss of 141 feet Tennis TournamentThe
1 37 each for St Augustine D&B Associated Press Sports Writer Peralta, the handsome contender early in the fourth and kept pep- )
the second in the shot with
way. Phillips
k---j :: I score was 4-6, 6-1. and Central Academy of Palat- NEW ORLEANS (APAn who bad hoped to become the pering it in the rest of the round (
The PKY an effort of 49 feet 5 inches, 6-2, 64.
i ka with Howard High of Ocala inch-and-a half cut made a first South American to win the and in the fifth. j
medley relay Tony Lawson was third in the .Froehling, third man the
on fourth at 18. dream come true for light- world's light-heavyweight cham Dr. A. J. Italiano, the ring e
of Hines.Koru, mile at 4:40.5, Hal Lawson third u.s. Davis Cup team, upset Emerson
1 gert won. in the half mile with 2:02.6, rated .the world's best Top feat of the day was a :9.7 heavyweight champion Willie pionship. "I could have contin physician, inspected the cut aft-

Larry Crawford fourth in the amateur in clocking turned in by the Terr Pastrano and ended a dream for ued. I was getting stronger. The er the fourth and fifth rounds.
i led in their only other
Perry the 440 with a :53.3 effort and the meeting-the U.s. championship iers' Ralph Brockington. He was Argentina's Gregorio Peralta.It cut '''wasn't bothering me too After the fifth he told referee

spring and medley mile relay team finished fifth. at Forest Hffls.Froehling's running against Eugene Miltonof was the gash over Peralta'sleft much. It's just bad luck." Pete Giarrusso to end It. Under

relay lay. Gardner, an ace sprinter, :power game was Howard. Milton, who did a eye that gained Pastrano a Charley Johnston, his American Louisiana Commission rules it

pulled a hamstring muscle in too much for Richey, a 17yearold :9.4 last week in Inland to sixth-round technical knockoutover manager, was bitter and his was recorded as a sixthroundtechnical I

his beat of the 100-yard dash Dallas lad who had upset equal the national record, pulled the challenger in their 15- words fiery. knockout

Wttliston I/2020 when he ws leading the event u.s.[ singles champion Rafael up lame and did not finish. round title fight in Municipal' "I've never seen a fight Giarrusso had It even In

Coach David Hurse said it is un- Osuna and Australia's Ken Fletcher The Terrier runners journeyto Auditorium Friday nightThe stopped like this for a cut like rounds, 221. The two judges 1

Takes known as yet how serious the Injury in this tournament Ocala for the Howard Invi- TKO, in wily Willie's na- this," he said, among other had Pastrano ahead. Francis

; may be. However, Richey's sister will tational on Friday, April 17. Lincoln tive city, may result in another things. Kercheval had it 4-1 and Her- 1

ALACHUA play in the women's finals has lost two dual meets to New Orleans title scrap with The gash was inflicted in the'ourth man Dutreix had it 3-1-L The l

tional ran its ExFlyweightKing against Judy Alvarez of Tampa,' Central Results Academy. Pastrano taking on Bobo Olson, round from what appeared 'Associated Press gave Peralta <

5-0 here Friday Fla, who upset the Caribbean : the former middleweight ruler to be a solid right Pas- the last three rounds and bad ;
I Shot Lincoln 43
tory. over Mebane. Retires tour champ Francoise Durr of put, Purdy now engaged in a successful -Tana-- -said-- -it- was.'- a- counter him ahead, 3-2. {
feet 6% inches 440-yard dash
Samuel White France W, 3-6, M in the other comeback campaign as a right while Peralta and Johnston First Loss i
Morris, D&B, :54.4; 880 y a r d
aldson combined I
BUENOS AIRES AP-Pas- semifinals .75-pounder. claimed it was from a butt The defeat was Peralta'j first
run, King D&B, 2:06.9; broad I
i Mebane batters, cual Perez of Argentina, former lump, Maxwell Howard 19 feet Tve always dreamed of winning Cut Phone in nearly four years and ended .
I nine hits. I world officially in But unfortunately for Peralta his unbeaten streak at 29. H& '
flyweight champion Sets a championship fight ,
Williston's next Record IU% inches; -yard relay, Lincoln
f retired Saturday. (Brockington Lyons,Washington !New Orleans and now I've doneit he is cut prone: and because record is 39-4-4. He iras"

day against. Perez made the announcement HURUNGHAM, EnglandAPMel : WiQiazns), :45.6; mile re- ," said the jubilant Pastrano of his body-banging attack wide stopped once before on cuts

WUh8 ington.at Y Dun I"r)It after being ordered by the (: Batty, Z!year old lay, Howard, 3:40.7; 100 yard today. "Now Td like to fight open for punches to the bead. by Peruvian Mauro Mina. Pai .

_ Scotti 3b 4 S3 Argentine Boxing federation to English.electrician, bettered the dash, Brockington, Lincoln, here again, maybe against Bobo !' He suffered a seven-stitch cut trano, making the first defense 1

Jackson Trr r.U, 2b cf 41 411 1 undergo a medical examination world record for the l -miIe run 9.7; 220-yard dash, Wright Olson or Harold Johnson or over the same eye in his Jan. 24 of the title he won from John:;

Young Hunter M If 410 411 D Before he fought again. Saturday with a time of 47 minutes D&B, :23.1; 880-yard relay, Lincoln whoever Angelo says." victory over Californian Wayne son last June 1, has a 2-12-8: .

McClendon. 1b 4 0 2 J.. Perez won the Olympic title in 26.8 seconds. His docking 1:35.4; mile run, King. Wait For Offers Thornton.[ And he was cut in his record. .

Dawson Patterson c
White Donaldson, p pill 211 : I five ever since. He has lost his ed world mark set by Basil nard, Lincoln, 9 feet 6 inches; wait to see what offers their nontitle bout Sept 20. | the 7-5 favorite after weighing ,

T....* .... JJIIll.........T.. I last three fights to little known Heatley, also of England, In hIgh jump, Wright, D&B, 6 feet we get Willie will fight anyoneif Pastrano leading going into In at 174% pounds. P&straiib
Meban' ..f............. Central American boxers. j 1961. 4 j VA inches. the price is right. -- j the fourth round of the spirited,weighed the same. ,

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British Courses Bit .,,
a SportierThe .: -, 1S 1t .- .
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t thought of playing golf In comparing the English of two qualifying rounds in al of the 3rd U. S. Army, .
on courses in Burma and India courses with those in the U.S., the 35th annual Florida State played with club pro Bill Eth- :

,would make the average Davis said, "The British cour- Women's' Golf Association eridge' Dr. Winston Summerlin '-
duffer's eyes light up like the ses have more bunkers and and Wayne Carlisle.
tournament at Port St. Lucie.
( Fourth of July. thicker rough-they're a little .qH.N.e The scores were not revealed. -
He couldn't get packed soon sportier. They concen- The other qualifying round .

enough. trate more on accuracy, be- will be held tomorrow with ,. .
And. it is quite an enjoyable cause of the hazards, than onpower. match, play starting Tuesdayand BO WILLIAMS met John '

experience, relates running through Friday. Chazal today in the finals of
Gainesville! John Henry "Where we tend to hit a Nancy Roth of Hollywood the Ocala City Championship.The .
Davis: low ball for distance, they try
When it comes to gr e e n s defeated Tampa's Rob- two golfers were ached
Davis had the pleasure of to hit a higher ball We havea '
conditions, Davis rates the erta Alberts 6-and-5, to win uled for a 36-hole match at the
touring English-built layoutsIn flatter swing. Ocala
British as experts. last year. Country Club.
Burma and India several Davis also pointed out the ,
years" ago and loved every difference between the small Next year, he'll get a 100 k GAINESVILLE GOLF and tral CHIP Florida SHOTS The will Cen-
minute of iL British ball and the larger at some more of the world's pro-am come
Country Club was graced with to Ocala Friday, .Entries forOcala's
"I think golf and tennis are American product best groomed greens in a trip brass last weekend
Army N, Invi-
"The British ball carries to China."I .
the two most international a
when Lt. Gen. Albert WatsonII tational close at 5 Thurs \ I
"sports in the world," he said. little farther because there is understand some of the toured the layout. day. The tourney pjn.runs April -
You don't even have to less wind resistance. It's es- hand .
are clipped by ,
greens Watson commanding gener- 2326.
speak the same language as pecially better on a windy Davis said.He's I
I y 'playing partners." day." i
also seen Japanese
golfers in his many travels
_ and rates them as masters of
controL "They can slice or
hook anytime they wantto.
Don't miss the premiere showing
et four all-new homes today at
BellSparkles If the trip to China is half Highland Court Manor. Sea back
Doug page of classified section for det.lls.FULLY .
as interesting as the Burma-
India excursion, John Henry
: Davis will be a happy man.

'.; .. : .-
In .
Tourney MORE THAN 240 contestants "
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Yf ,J... '
began firing today in one c >. .: :. J .,::1 '. : ,. .._

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Doug Bell is still on the lips and shaking heads of the participating THE MOST ASTOUNDING

bowlers in last week's city tourney. He was terrific

and won just about everything_in sight. i BOY
WiUYjui assist from Richard
: bel Cowan-Sommese, Palmer- 114TzqitiJ4fl1!
Stolarskl, they won the doubles > Cole-Isenhour, K. San- : :.-
Campe ,
event with a 1296. In the singles,
ders[ -B. Sanders. Evers-Rafter,
Doug rolled his highest series,
at't7S"scratch: and his highestgame" Cates-Cunningham, Ruppersber-
for 762 with handicap er-Der; Russ-Forehand Lee- EVER I
a 275, a from
Stephens, Helsel-Hines Davis- 12-16
He also won all-events years
Lewis, Simpson-Thomas.
with-a total of 2018, including

handicap.To help. color the biggest city I Wins SiveeperBowlers "

tournament ever, the Rebel Notes: Flash! Keith : of '
t Coin & Stamp Shop won the Musgrove closely guarded after age .
team 'event with a magnificent winning $500 in the Boomerang EQUIPPED
3230 series. Members of the Sweeper. A bowler has to string
team are Don Der John eight strikes in a row to win the
(practice all the time) Culpepper x>t Shufard Cagle had a tough $1595
Jim Yeckring, Joe Mueller break in the 6th frame after REWARD CASH
and Sam Givins. stringing five strikes in a row -
Wise's Drug Store was runner- he was tapped by the ten pin,
up with a fine 3106 series. Whi then came back to put five more IMMEDIATE
tey Siefert, Fred Rolf, Elmer strikes together. Better luck next DELIVERY
Broadwell. Harold Betz and time, Shu.Powers .
FuItQ1.Minnick made up the Joyce Massengill and Yvonne and : .
team. :'I'Soper placed third in the ClassC I w -wJ prizes ranging \ :

Other than the great set rolled ,, division of the 17th annual .. .
by the Rebel Coin &Stamp Shop Florida Women's Bowling As- .

last'Saturday: night, the biggest 'sociation_ with.a,1183 total ,' h..I"'h c: usn wiw, .s .. .'
noise'>was the young 'man of At 5:10 at Palm Lanes last DRIVE CHRYSLER'S.SimC81000 ," \ J<::< ....;.. '1. ., ," ,

bowling at 72, Whitey Siefert 'Sunday, the power failed to pow. from 50.trips .to ,..
Whitey on the first shift rolleda The Men's City Association !; _
655 series. To prove how easy thankS Lee Green and Keith I
the game is, he came back on i Musgrove, who outdid them .
the' second shift and bowled a selves in the corekeeping department f ; : ,
669 series. Whitey, if I wore' I .
hat it'would come off to you. School days, school days is to Six-Gun Territory ':' : /,:
Barry Biebel the toughest the tune Warren Carson is sing.
left-hander in town, is the all. ing'as he heads for Chattanooga, '., .

events"1818 "totalIll scratch champion witha Tenn.school., to the AIM managers FOR 15 DAYS OR .

1 Men's City,Association execu- : 1J '

Top Ten I Lanes.tive meeting is tonight at Palm 500 MILESif '. ..... ":'or 'even

Other teams that placed in

the money were the Drifters, Top ScoresCy
Pepper Printing, Park Lane
Cafeteria, Duke Lumber, The "Smiley" Kopecky of AF- you are not completely

Rebels l General Electric, and ROTC paced bowling this past l 80cc Yamaha motorcycles.
Birdsey Feed Mills. week: with a 630 set with games satisfied with its performance .
All-events with handicap,win. of 214181235. Bob Sloan was
nuS:w are Al' Cowan, Chuck. next with a 629; Don Crist, Bankof ,. .\ .
Weight: Ken___ Kent.' C. Thomas; Hawthorne, had a 615;' Daveof .
Linkfield-; Siefert Walt Hel : of McKinney-G r e e n ,i -'
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YOUR AIOyillBt ,
sel-- Frank Palka,H. Williams; Insurance had 'a 609; LudPa-I ;
Der, ,)Biebel. Milton St Peter, dusnak rolled a 604; Frank Pal '< '. .
Paul,Good, M. Cunningham, J. ka, Williams-Thomas, had 3 "
Evers. 603; and Wilbur Block had a 602. RifUtiDMB1OO also *
Bounty hunters
Winners in the singles were Phyllis Wright of ,Busch Ba- -
T. Davis, Kent, L. Ream, John varian led the women with a .'
Evers George Catledge, B. San- 555 set Elma Newman, First I ""(j

ders, Weight, Norman Yost, Jim Federal, had a 534; Liz Elle- % 'b" :-
Wells, Howard Elleman, G. man and Fran Taylor had 532; "

Le or.C. Montgomery, L. Wood, Gwen Dulaney, Gold Coast Restaurant ,. earn profits and ., T
M. Lewis Ozie had 531 Bette gain :
Palka, Helsel, ; Sprow, Mrw' .
Toole, Ream and Warren Car- Coca Cola, had a 530; Jeanne foword thes purchase any other
Leland rolled a 525; Val Re-
son.Money winners in the doubles demsky had a 521; Dottie Davis, ** i' I ** -* *" < s-vjfr.v. .

were Weight-Fox, Coleman.-Bie-I Bank of Newberry had a 507.Annual anew=or used cairy wejhaye r uisii .

****&* **- t *H,* ** &>** ? *& valuable experience while

Camp Golf Event ( UKRXiTHI! SIB = L ... .
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-Golfers from several Jacksonville copped the first 1 STYLE ROOMINESS COMFORT LONG riving for; these rewards..,

states wIll participate in the tournament in 1952. Jim Treze- t .
13th annual Henry N. Camp vant, Jr., Tampa won in 1953. GAS MILEAGE, AND .. .-4. c.' .. -, ; .
tournament. Other winners,have been 1954 ,. c' .. .
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Last year 231 players enteredthe Doug Sanders, Cedartown, Georgia CHRYSLER'S .5YEAR50,000MILE I .,_ > .
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competition and about the ; 1955-Pat Schwab, Day- .." ., .' ;, 'va
same)number are expected to be ton, Ohio; 1956 -Doug San- _'- H...... r r** -":; .:. .. .
on.hand for the qualifying roundon ders, Miami Beach; 1957-Art F .;. _, .
Entries close at 5p.m. ,, -. .' -.-'-
April 23. Ruffs Wilson, N. C.; 1958 :;. ,
., Thursday, April 16. Ed Jenkins, Jacksonville; 1959 Now, yon can find out for yourself how, Chrysler's great SLMCA 1000 really .
The tournament one of the -Paul Tarnow, Jr., Tampa;I performs.Drive it on the highway and In traffic. You'll be amazed at the extra Applicants must have porents'jpproval. r

most popular in the south, is 1960 -Jimmy Parks, Jacksonville roominess, the comfortable ride, and how far it goes on a gallon of gas. And if '.' .
held Jwnor of Henry N. Camp, ; 1961 Frank Beard, you are not satisfied with its performance, we stand 100%. behind our offer.Come CALL CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT ., '

a man who had a lifelong interest Gainesville; 1962 Jim Folks, in today and to 4 -< : .
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in Ocala 1963R., S. "Bo" Williams
golf. ; \

Camp' was twice and a Ocala's medalist city in m, Ocala. TAKE THE KEY AND DRIVE IT YOURSELF 'FR./2-S-441 t 1:00:.PM.>-, 6O0. "pM:: ."- .
golf champion
The tournament will be limit 1.1' .
the Asheville, North Carolina i .. .' ... .
ed to Championship Flight of ,
Club Invitat ionTournament. ; : :lt ..I. \1-.:
Country 32 and ties and 10 flights of 16
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Over a span of 30 each, 192 low score qualifiers.To : : ;': -
Hawes-Powers Motor ,
years, be won and a long became list of known golfinglrdphies be eligible for competition, ,, .. :: 2,

throughout the country as Flor all entrants must qualify Thursday i
April 23.Championship. Valiant Plymouth Chrysler Imperial and Simca
ida's bassador of Golf. I ,
At the time of his death in flight 72 holes, '
ams1ttUi :
1550, Camp was president of the of medal play. After 36 boles! Qi :

Florida State Golf Assoclat 1 o n, Championship flight will be di-' Will Not Be Undersold or Out-Traded '. ,
and.a -director-at.1arge of the vided Into "A" and "B" divis- 1? !
Florida State Chamber of ions, low 16 scores and ties I .'ffi ,
Commercp. I forming "A" division. Player;, OPEN EVENINGS

Mostof,Florida's lop got!,. in "B"division may win toorna-'
have"competed in this tournament jment. but may not otherwise parr 204 N. Maim Street Phone FR 2-2561

-as well as golf le.d.. -te, .prk-a.of. "A" divis ( t
era from other, states. Dan Sikes ion. -

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06 Bfifeesvilla Smut Sunday. April 12, 1954 --' ,.

A .- \ 1 Book Show


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REVIEW, : : I Week Here a.

.. I A traveling book exhibit that ,',,. ,-,,,' '
::1:1e will be displayed in only three

EconozIk41 NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, APRIL 10 other states to launch ,the April
( ) New York Times 12-18 National Library Week,

: High Low Close Net Chg. I will open Monday at Central '.'" ., ,- ,'
,Plaza Shopping Center on West ....'
'25 Rails 135.2 133.91 134.84 Plus .93 i .. .

Week -bf -rises: 25 Indus, 829.33 822.43 825.79 Plus 2.56 University Gainesville Avenue.Friends of the
480.31 Plus 1.74
: I 50 Stocks 482.30 478.17
," JI Library and Jaycees are; spon-
4 ,. ... soring the exhibit, which will
: By ROGER'lLANEC of Ighfened.restrictions' oth- also be shown in Starke.
UI phases of exchange activityin STOCK for
an outgrowth of the recent investigation Youth" display Is a four-state
in the nation's
,of security market pilot project that will also be
economy was imperiled last conducted under SEC
week by sudden renewal of 'a practices YORK (AP-The stock :vious technical strength of the exhibited in Delaware, New
auspices. weatheredsome 'list Hampshire and Wisconsin. Its
railroad strike threat market this week
The threatened walkout was unsettling news the in- I Volume totaled 27,468,360 a joint project: of the Ameri-

postponed 15 days in a dramatic dictment of eight steel companies -I shares compared with'29,690,790 can Library Assn. and the U.S. Airs. John Baxter, Mrs. L. N. McAlister, Mrs. Ray Tassinari and Rev. Gary
announcement by President New. on charges of price fixing for the previous week. Junior Chamber of Commerce.The Waller (from left) helped unpack over 600 booKs for children and young
Johnson about and the renewed threat of a I Steel production for the week exhibit includes 400 children's adults which will be on exhibit starting tomorrow at the Central Plaza Shop

75 minutes before railroad strike. was at a tenmonth'high.. The books and 200 paperbacks ping Center. The Friends of the Library and Gainesville Jaycees are sponsoring
government reported that consumer for young adults. Books the exhibit in connection with National Library Week.
was Week Wall'St. The stock list remained on an credit rose in Februaryby I in the exhibit are not for sale.
start at 12:01 :even keel Slight changes in the the largest amount in more Exhibit hours are 10 ajn. to 9
a.m. Friday. in. popular market averages for four I
than years.President p.m.
If it had materialized disBosiness- he week were in conflict, but Johnson's an- I Hostesses for the exhibit wine Anti-Poverty Program May

,effects RulesBy more, stocks advanced than de- nouncement that the rail strike > Jaycee wives, the Gaines-
rupting clined.Of threat had been postponed 15 ville Women's Club and the Ju-

sw have tly.would halted 1,528 issues traded 729 days provided the basis for a nior Women's Club. Help Billion $ Backlog

bumming automobile assembly SAM DAWSONAP rose and 620 fell. recovery by rail stocks on Friday Mrs. Martey Hill,,children's
lines shut down coal Business News Analyst The Dow Jones industrial average and a fairly good advanceby librarian at the Gainesville Public -
mines crippled, some major NEW YORK (AP) For 30 however, took a minor the over-all: market. Library, will be at the exhibit 3Trin tfnrk Stnwa!; most impoverished group I n up to $15,000 would be made
steel ,and chemical operationsand I years the government and the I loss of 1124 at 821.75. The U.S. government bond at various times during the I By MARJORIE HUNTER this country," Udall replied.He available to what Foley called

otherwise braked the econo stock exchanges have wrangled The Associated Press aver- market rallied smartly last three-day exhibit to describe Interior Secretary Stewart L. said the average Indian "the very small business" now

my's brisk pace. off and on over a chicken-or-I age of 60 stocks was up .6, at week and closed with its best' and discuss the books with parents Udall has said the antipoverty family has an annual income of unable to qualify for loans from

The latest crisis was another the-egg type of question: Which 303.9. gain in five months. Corporate and children. program could help wipe out $1,500 half the $3,000 figurenow any source, public or private.He .

in a dispute between I comes first, the interest of the Since the market was near bonds fell back, based on The Mayor Howard McKinney encourage the $15 billion to $20 billion backlog being used to designatepoor defined "very small busi
unions chapter and railroad manage-' exchange member or of the its highest level in history at Associated Press average of 60 citizens to support the in "urgently needed" con- families. nesses" as those employing
investor? issues traded on the New York library observance in his proclamation -servation work.Government .
ment that began in November public the time the adverse news Subcommittee attention also ,three or four persons.
1959 over employe work rules.It And now the Securities and came, the ability of stocks to Corporate volume on the exchange on National Library figures show that focused on another minor While the loan's program will

triggered by a exchange Commission is taking digest such news without a totaled .$48,525,000 com Week. one-third of the United Statesis ity group the Negro during 'not be limited to Negroes, Foley
was strike by pre-7- a step it thinks will make wave of selling caused market pared with $52,607,000 par value public land..Most of these 772 testimony dealing with the antipoverty continued, "I'd be less than can-
dawn Wednesday
sure that the ordinary trader in to comment on the ODAccident the previous week Attend million of land
200 members of four railroad analysts Plan to acres public are.; program's proposalsfor did if I did not admit that the
brotherhoods against the Illinois stocks gets served in the market in the far west.Testifying 1 aiding small businessmen. greatest need exists in the Ne-

Central Railroad. White place before the stock ex- Insurance Meet in support of theadministration's i Small loans provided under gro community." He said thereare

House truce terms called for change members can serve RoundupInvolved anti-poverty the program would particularlyaid an estimated 45,000 Negro
hemselves-or at least just as program, Udall disclosed that
the businessman businesses in in
prompt restoration of serviceson F i v e representatives of the Negro according now operation
the_ Illinois_ Central. fast.- in accidents reportedto ris Griffith, Route 4, Box 298, at Prudential Insurance Co.'s his department has "fully developed to Eugene P. Foley, administrator the United States. They have an
The world of business and finance But the new rules curbing activities Gainesville Police and the N. Main Street and 3rd Avenue Gainesville Detached Office, 114 plans to establish andoperate" pf The Small Business estimated annual profit of
the New York Stock
170 conservationcamps
was jolted by two other on sheriff's office during the last at 4:52 p.m. Friday. N.W. 10th Avenue, will attendthe Administration.Under $3,300, but 43 per cent below the
Exchange of floor traders acting in 35 states.
the loans of white level he added.
business program, ,
hours regional
events last week government for themselves alone instead 48 : C. D. Cox, 1514 NE 8th St., company's Many of the camps, he said,
charges of a price-fixing conspiracy of for the public investor probably -I Jean Marrow Jordan, 1912 NW and Nathaniel Mahamery, Ala- conference at Hollywood Beach could be put into operation with-

from 1955 to 1961 are only just a skirmish in i 12th Road, and Donald Edward chua, in a parking lot at 119 today throughout Wednesday. in 30 days after approval of the
against eight leading steel com- the battle the NE 16th Avenue at 3:44: m. They are: R. L. Dulaney, division
continuing over ,Gatlin, 4720 SW 46th St., at SE p. anti-poverty program by Con-
panies, and a clampdown by rules of the nation's exchangesand '2nd Street and 5th Avenue at Friday.. manager in charge of the gress.A .
federal regulators on the New of the SEC role in policing '3:12: p.m. yesterday. office; Julian R. Fletcher, Rob- key feature of the proposed
York Stock Exchange.But Frances Jeannette Brown, ert N. Howe, R. Bailey Mc-
them more strictly. to wipe out poverty
there were also some important The Securities Exchange Act Samuel J. Flint Jr., Fort My- 910 SW 6th Ave., and Lee Bott Cracken, W. A. McGriff Jr., spe- would be the creation of a job Don't miss the premiere shewingof
pluses. and Eliza Adams S t e v- Baker Cullen 820 Panhellenic cial agents. four all-new homes today at
of 1934 set up theSEC and gaveit ersr corps. Some youths would enlistin Highland Court Manor. See bade
Steel production, continuing a the power to "regulate or ens, Tucker, Ga. at SW 13th St. Drive, at SW 10th Street and 6th The business conference will camps, where they would pact of classified section for detaRs.

strong climb, reached a rate of prevent floor trading by members -and 2nd Avenue at 2:45 p. m. Avenue at 9:52 a.m. Friday. be attended by representativesinvited work on conservation projectsand

125 million tons a year. of national securities exchanges -yesterday. Clara Lee Hicks Duncan, 1130 from Prudential ordinary receive remedial education.

The auto industry roared directly or indirectlyfor Catherine M. Clark, 1216 SW SE 19th Ter., and Lloyd Can agencies in a 10-state South Cen- Others would enroll in training

along" at breakneck speed. their own account or for discretionary -2nd Ave., and Betram G. non, 3406 NW 1st St.,,in the 400 tral territory. centers to learn job skills.
The Federal Reserve Board accounts." Smith, Haslett, MICH., AT NW block of NW 5th Avenue at 9:53: Udall also said that the anti-
reported a surge in credit buy Many times since the SEC 13th Street and 7th Avenue a.m. Friday. Miss AmericaIn servation work needed: build-

ing of consumer goods in Feb- bas moved toward curbing or 12:55: yesterday. Ing roads and trails and visitor I
p.m. DWI Charges
ruary. Consumer credit'"outstanding barring:floottradinSj giving 'Opener'KANSAS facilities in parks and recreational -
jumped 1 $S19 niOU6H: eschange membm' first track Donald A. Bachman, 428 NW Reed Etnyer Haskin: 29, Orange .& areas; erecting fencing BEGIN A NEW CAREER IN

the biggest gahr in fbW'yea'ri; at any gravy that suddenly appears -12th Ter., and Bruce D. Smith, Springs, was arrested by CITY (AP) Miss and small check-dams on grass-I
The price-fixing indictment bya a charge which exchange Box 13773 University Station, city police at 3:40 a.m. yesterday America of 1964 will throw out gram?" Rep. Peter Freling-
federal grand jury In New : officials stoutly deny.In in the 700 block of SW 10th in the 500 block of NE the first ball at the Kansas City in public forests, and restoring REAL ESTATE
39th Avenue and with
York City was the most far- 1945 when such a rule was Street at 12:15 p.m. yesterday. i' charged Athletics home baseball opener historic sites. _

reaching of the seven antitrust close to adoption, the New York driving while intoxicated. April 21 against the Cleveland He presented figures showingthat Attend First Session As
Robert Alan Whiting, Apart-
indictments leveled at major Stock Exchange offered tight Fire Calls Indians. billions of dollars worth of
ment 250B, Flavet HI and Mrs. I A Guest and Begin t 'r
segments of the steel industry ened regulations on its own NookMobile :At 2:44 p.m. Friday, a fire in She is Donna Axum of El Dorado timber is now being lost. The .
Larry Pridgeon, Shady
& the last two years. part and the SEC agreed to Home Court, at SW 13th a car at Pons Garage outside Ark., a senior at the University Interior and Agriculture depart- Course Any Week ., '
: It alleged that U.s. Steel leave this up to the exchange.But the city limits on the Haw- of Oklahoma. An Athletics -ments alone, he said, could use
Co. and Street and 4th Avenue at 4:30 90% of our men & women graduates
Bethlehem Steel .
Corp., last year the SEC thorne Road. pitcher and catcher will 41,000 men annually in the national pass the State Examination for Real
six other large producers joinedin charged that the exchange p.m. Friday. At 11:05 pjn..Friday, trash greet her with roses at the airport forests and 45,000 men Estate Brokers.In Gainesville This and school part Is *f permanent a, 3'

secret hotel room meetings to wasn't keeping floor traders Joseph Stanley Rosko, 1905 SW piled on the street caught fire in and she will receive an annually in parks, refuges and chain of schools In Florida. ,.r
rig charges for "extras" in sale from getting ahead of, and in I 14th Ter., and Itshak Barle- the 1600 block of NW 1st Street.Property. official ''team jacket and cap.to reservations during the next
of carbon steel sheets. the way of, the public investorsat waw, 312 NW 10th St., in the decade. CLASSES HELD FRI. NIGHTS, 7 TO 9
Five of the companies issued critical times. After monthsof 1 1600 block of NW 1st Street at Udal also said that anit-

quick denials, and someprom- wordy wrangling, the SEC 11:14 a.m. yesterday. SalesProperty poverty program would be a Howell's Business College
ised a vigorous defense againstthe has issued new rules which the great boon to the Indians.
Charles Fristoe Jr., 3848 SW
charges. Edmund F. Mar
exchange officials call a compromise I "Why should the Indians be
4th Place, hit a tree at NE 7th
tin, vice chairman of second
since floor traders in the forefront of this
are program 218 W. University Are.N .
ranking Bethlehem, said the allegations Street and 16th Avenue at 12:15 sales of more than $500 recorded Ezra E. Smith and Rosa Lea SmIth. "
not barred altogether.Still I last week In the office of Circuit lots It. 1t and 20, block C. Shady Lawn ? Rep. Peter Freling
dealt with enthistory" the rules will be a.m. yesterday.E. Court Clerk J. B. Carmichael with Estates $1.400. Phone 376-3507
and new so A. Miller, 4023 SW 19th St, prices figured from state tax stamps I Tommy Ridged and Rose S. Rkftell huysen, R-N.J., inquired"Because I
represented gov- strict that some in Wall Street affixed to the deeds: to George L. Plnkney and Mary Pink Indians are the j
ernment harassment. hit a tree in front of 525 NE 9th H. H. Medlock and V. M. Wedlock to ney lot 3. Paradise Plat In section 4.
doubt if more than 30 memberswill Rose Lee Bryant, property In lot 3. township 10 range 20 $ .6O0.
Sales of 'carbon steel sheet be able to meet them although Avenue at 11:12 p.m. Friday. block 1, range 3. Goss First Additionto James Company. of Gainesville Inc.
Gainesville SiOO. to Joseph C. Brenner end Camille V. t
William Green, High ,
billion last
ran $3.6 year, accounting now some 400 membersoccasionally James U Sanders and Ruby D_ Sanders Brenner lot It" Sunset Acres, $13,000
for 31 per cent of in- Springs, and Ezekiel SimsOca- to Earl F. Sherman and CatherineC. Hugh Edwards Inc. to John W. HastIngs -
trade for themselves Sherman, lot 24. Hazel Heights Subdivision and Ma S. Hastings lot I, block
dustry tonnage and 26 per cent the floor tal.hi the 100 block of SE 112100. B. First addition to Carol Estates, $15-
alone rather
of billion. on 1st Avenue at S:12'p.m. Friday. Louis C. Goolsby and Lois O. Goolsby More stretch-out inside! wheel-!
of over-all billings $14 too.Fred | room Longer
than in their customary roles as I to Jackie Clark Coleman and Bonnie G. Fettersen and Robert J. NEWNEW S I Z'E
Extras account for about one- Kathryn Eastwood Reed, 1120 M. Coleman. property in lot 25* section Pettersen to Billy F. Purvis and Evelyn base .
brokers for public buyers or SW 9th Road and Esther Nor- 15. township 10, range 20 $1450. Purvis, lot :32, Creekside Subdivision. 9 More car for the money than everl!
sixth of the total sales price of sellers. M. M. Parrish and Mary B. Parrish sisoa.
sheets, used in auto bodies,
household appliances and similar
products.The i Yates CalledTo S IV | Modem V-6 with amazing performance ,

restrictions affecting the SELFPROPELLEDHEAVY 9 from the builders of famous Rocket Y-8s! 1
New York Stock Exchange were N.Y. Meet
announced by the Securities and ]

Exchange Commission. They Chester R. Yates, of Gaines-

apply to floor trading, direct ville a member of New York -- DUTY MOWER NEW SAVINGS I More people than ever 1

buying and selling of stocks by Life Insurance Company's Agent ,. can own an Olds ,
an exchange member for his Advisory Council, will attend a Powered by 4-cycIe 3 h.p. Clinton Engine, with spring-
because Oldsmobile 'L'
prices start lower than
own benefit. meeting of the council, April 20- wound impulse-type starter. All-steel mower base. ever )
T Rigid curbs were proposed by 24,at the company's home officein i S.YR .
the SEC on floor trading effective New York City.
July 1. They were acceded The 20 agents of the councilare I BIG 22-INCH CUT I

to by the stock exchange after elected yearly to represent
exchange officials at first bri a field force of more than 7,000 I;: ,

died over the severity of the agents in the United States and! 1 ,. fM.su

SEC plan, which was relaxed Canada..They meet with company I! $ 95 i 'r ,

slightly.The executives to exchange Information : I .,. -
SEC has contended' that and to devise Improvements ONLY EASY
floor traders benefited from In New York L i fe's I .

privileges denied the public gen- service to its policy owners and I .- TERMS tt
erally, and their practices represented to the public. 4la ae. 2.r ,,,
a vestige of the "pri Yates has been one of the I

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The SECTs stern stand r" X h-p. Mode engine
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2 =::! "::.: ..._ The building was given to the Little Theater by S. T. Dell and his sister, Mrs.. .' : J9'f".s y' 5'r'l'tA'f.,., bJ'f : events for the Cancer Fund<< Drive, and James Milam,
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Two Hostesses Douglas Visits in City '" .. ., -
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Elizabeth Arden Introduces
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Club will meet Tuesday i
Fete Bride-to-be
7:30 p.m.1n the home of MIT Arden
tI',.. .Ray Gamble, 728 NW,9th Avc

r Mrs. J. Lance Lazonby and G. Feiber Mrs. Woodrow nue.Anyone Liquid Night Cream
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Miss Elise Jones entertained Shaw, Mrs. Cullen Coalson, wishing .{
clothing for the salf
"'yesterday afternoon with a Mrs.. Walter J. Godwin, Mrs. rummage (
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luncheon at the Gainesville J. Malcolm Alday, Miss r. J,
\ ."Golf and Country Club complimenting Louise Kincaid, Miss Carol Gamble. 1
Miss Courtney West, Cox :Miss Jeanne Grand and
bride-elect of Nath Culpepper Miss. Ann', and Miss Shirley Chef's HintDon't --1- ::: :. ,
.:Doughtie. Lazonby,.both of Jacksonville. ;. __ I
try carving a roast
l A color note of yellow and when it first from the { 'h t
comes tfiJ1 :
white was emphasized in the Dental Group oven, advises master chef ; -< I Ithe It
luncheon appointments and Pierre Franey of the Howard t
( spring flowers in those colors Johnson's Restaurant \ 7. It
centered the table. Meets Tuesday"Patient chain. The meat, whether ; : ::: t
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The hostesses beef lamb roast, ,
two presentedthe Education" will be or turkey irq' &W ;! .
bride-elect and her mother the program topic presentedby will slice more easily if it is a I .. II
Mrs. Stanley L. West, with : 'Joe Jordan, representative allowed to "rest" for 10 to t? {
white and yellow 'corsages of ,Proctor and Gamble, 15 minutes after removal if j, kh 'ft'l.
and also gave the bridetobea when the Alachua County Den- from oven. ':'d t: I
gift of silver.I tal Assistants meet Tuesdayat i- ;: 'j ,'0( ;"'! t'f't1l t.r1K: : Jt..l.w: .. ,,.\':, t lf. r 1 ut
Guests included'the honoree, 7:30 p.m. at the Primrose Just a little chill sauce or "'', !!i "!''I\>" '-;"" :. ; <::, >" "";.., 1:""' '' z y ,
,. her mother, Mrs. Virginia Inn.Election catchup often benefits a sandwich Associate U. S. Supreme Court Justice Douglas, left, visited informally with
Steen, Mrs. John R. L. Grand, of officers will also spread featuring canned Mrs. Frank Hewlett of Miami, president of the Florida Federation of Garden
: Mrs. Lewis Blalock, Mrs. J. be held. fish and mayonnaise. Clubs Inc.; :Mrs. Joseph T. Hudson Jr., president of the Gainesville Garden
Club; and UF President J. Wayne Reitz, Wednesday before his conservation
lecture on the university campus. His talk was sponsored by the UF lecture greatest beauty secret of all timeis
committee, the Alachua County Audubon Society and the Garden Club. Mrs.
Hewlett and Justice Douglas were honored with a dinner at the GainesvilleGolf now yours to keep
and Country Club preceeding the lecture. During her visit in the city.
iHII11ILfe4.t9a.Tklwo/1koilffHlIHHJ Mrs.\ Hewlett was the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Flake Parker.
: Elizabeth Arden introduces Liquid Night Cream \

.-- Weavers' Guild for every woman who prefers a cream in liquid

: :._: whitei FFWC DelegatesConvention form-without sacrificing ly.of the remarkable I

Annual MeetIn moisturizing properties and rich emollients which,

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: Cool patterns made delectable by cut work William T. Zeanah, pres-
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elect and Mrs. Eu of flakiness. It is the \
summer a breeze when you shop GILBERG'S most perfectly guarded '
for this fashionable fabric. Perfect for grad- A. Craig first vice pres- beauty secret that any woman could ask for!
: uation, sportswear and the "Summer Bride." ; Mrs. John M. White
Don't wait. . plan now the fashion you'll ., District V director, and Ardena Liquid Night Cream,:5.00 and 9.00 plus tax
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.1'io. ..;. Sunday, April 12, 1964 Gainesville Sun 01- "3B

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P TODAY, April 12 i: 1- -' : $ i feature I Gainesville three Garden city Rose Club Gar-will

Shower honoring Miss Gler |dens.

da Moon, bride elect of Bar. I Gardens to be open to the

ton Thrasher, 3 p.m. Mrr [public, as well as club members -
Tommy Ridgell and he. include those of Mrs. R.
daughter, Miss Carolyn Rid ------.t: ; t A_ i |M. Plamer, 3923 NW 15th

gell, InS NW 16th Avenue. yl .. ::1 I Street; Mrs. Ralph G. Leighty,
1330 NW 17th
Street, and Mrs.
1 i Brunch honoring Miss Ann
James A. Chadwick, 828 NE
wI : Purvis, fiancee of Billie Nu- .r .. o :tea ? 5th Ave.
gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville The
a tour is slated Sunday
Mr.and Mrs. L. Wil-
I | from 2 to 5 p.m.Make.
liam Graham and their

i daughter, Miss Robin Graham
r 1516 NW Seventh Place.
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TUESDAY, April 14 n a e! 3 H S

Dinner feting- Miss Anne "

Purvis, bride elect of Billie ; Mother'sDay iI i

L4rij, ;.,,. Nugent Nimnicht Jr., of Jack- j I Ir
sonville, 7 p.m., Miss Ann -- I _
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t. ston Gainesville Golf and ANDERSON ROURKAndersonThomas I I I

Country Club. Tyre-Saatkamp I

\ iiy Garden party complimenting I a memorable I

y Miss Courtney West, bride- Mr. and Mrs. Park Tram- Student Government Association -
a iF rA elect of Nath Culpepper mel Tyre announce the en- She is a member of Alpha Mr. and Mrs. George H. ated from Gainesville High occassion with :

8 to 10 p.m., Mrs. Sally Yanc- gagement and approaching Psi Omega and the Execu- Anderson announce the en- School. a really fine

.ey Belnap, 1217 SW Third marriage of their daughter, tive Council of Student Gov gagement of ,their daughter, Mr. Thomas was graduated :.

$ y!{ Avenue. Miss Dorothy Car n n.e ernment. Miss Susan Rita Anderson, from Santa Fe High School.He portrait by .
s .WEDNESDAY, April 15 to Herman Saat- Mr. who also
Tyre, Joseph Saatkamp, to Joseph David Thomas is
I son employed by the Gaines-
Coffee honoring Miss Court- kamp Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs will graduate from Carson- I
of Mr. and Mrs. Dorthen T. ville Sun.Wedding.
1: :.. v ney West fiancee of 'Nath Herman J. Saatkamp Sr. of Newman College this May is Thomas.
h Culpepper Doughtie, 10 a.m. Knoxville, Tenn. president of the Judicial Miss Anderson plans will be an
i until noon, Miss Ann Parrish, A June wedding in the First Council, a member of Blue was gradu- nounced.ica .
329 NW 14th Drive. Baptist Church of Gainesvilleis Key and the tennis team and
r Luncheon feting Miss Court- planned. is governor of the Kentucky-
Mrs. Donald Scho field McClain ney West, bride-to-be of Nath Miss Tyre, a 1960 graduateof Tennessee District of Circle K. RourkFloydALACHUAMr. I .

Culpepper Doughtie, 1 p.m., Gainesville High School, The bridegroom elect is ,
Miss Martha Stewart Duke, pink lace suit with pink accessories Mrs. Malcolm Alday and Mrs. is attending Carson Newman resident director of the, and Mrs.T. and the Hall of Fame. She I
daughter of Mrs. RaymondInnis for the wedding. The William George McCrea, Hol- College, Jefferson City, Tenn., Boys' Club of Jefferson City E. Rourk of Alachua have is employed by the Florida ,
Matthews of Gainesville, bridegroom's mother wore a iday Inn.Informal. where she will graduate in and is a staff member of the announced the engagementand High School Activities Association Be sure to make :
and William Lewis Duke, be- beige silk dress with brown party honoring May. She is president of both First Baptist Church of Knox- approaching marriage of in Gainesville.Mr. your
: came the bride of Donald and beige accessories. Both Miss Courtney West and her Chi Lambda Sigma Society ville. appointment early :
their Miss ;
fiance, Nath Culpepper Doughtie and Modem Portia Club. She Both Miss Tyre and Mr. daughter, Sandra Floyd was graduatedfrom
Schofield McCIain, son of Mrs had orchid corsages.A .
has served as secretary of Saatkamp are listed in"Who's Elaine Rourk to William Al- Santa .
Donald ,Shofield I ,McClain Sr., reception was given at 5 to 7 p.m.. Dr. and Mrs. Fe High School,
of Atlanta, and the late Mr. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Gehan and Dr. the Sophomore Class and par- Who Among Studentsin fred Floyd, son of Mr. and where he was president of the Call FR 6-5323 :

McClain, on April 4 at the Iona Raymond Innis Matthews following and Mrs. Wilse B. Webb at the liamentarian, of the Women'sEntertaining American Colleges and Uni- Mrs. B. P. Floyd of High choral club, member of Fu-

Chapel of the First Presby- the ceremony. Webb home 405 NE Fourth Springs. ture Farmers of America, Gainesville Leading ;
terian Church, Mrs. George E. Evans cut Avenue.
Rev: Ur-S. Gordon, pastor, the wedding cake. THURSDAY, April 16 WilsonWoodsMr. May 2 has been chosen as '"S" Club, and served as football Photographer for Over :

performed tHe ceremony. Or- Assisting with the hospitalities Dinner honoring Miss Luci- the date of the,wedding, which captain and HomecomingKing. Twenty-Five Years :
and Mrs. Jesse G. Santa Fe School and
gan music was' presented by were Mrs. Paul T.Selle, enne Pirenian and her fiance, will take place in the First The future bridegroomis
Delbert E.'Sterrett.Giverrin Mrs. Roy A. Dean and Mrs. Robert William Decker, 6:30 Wilson of Gainesville, an- will graduate in June. Baptist Church of Alachua. employed by High Springs 821 N.W. 13th St.
I marriage by.a Paul W. Duke. Mrs. G. Wal- p.m., Mr. and Mrs. J. Milton nounce the engagement of Mr. Woods, a graduate of Auto Parts of
long-time friend of the family, lace Letchworth kept t h ebride's Brownlee and Mrs. George E. their daughter, Miss Vir- Gainesville High School, is Miss Rourk was graduatedfrom I High, Springs. I

Paul T. Selle, the bride wore book. Evans, at the Brownlee home, ginia Lee Wilson, to Ronny presently a student at the Uni- Santa Fe High School, I
aa off_ white satin brocade The bride chose a white Glen Springs Road. Lynn Woods, son of Mr. and where she was president of
dress. Her short veil of illusion spring wool suit with match- Dinner honoring Miss A nne Mrs.. William Woods, of versity of Florida. Library Council, a memberof AKOUNP tTe\VOro."P
fell from a satin tucked ing accessories for her going Purvis, bride-to-be of Billie Gainesville.Miss The wedding will be an the Pep Club, Beta Club,
pill box. She carried a bouquet away outfit. Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of Jack Wilson is a senior at event of August. Future Homemakers of Amer- .

of white rosebuds and The couple, now in Antigua, sonville, 6:30 p.m., Mr."and
tube roses centered with an West Indies, will make their Mrs. Latham Davis, 715 NW WORLD RXCMSBM .
orchid. home in Simon's Island, Ga., 23rd. I
Fete Miss Moon -
Mrs. William Lee Proctor after April 15. Luncheon honoring Miss .
of Tallahassee, sister of the Mrs. George E. Evans en- Courtney West, fiancee of "
bride matron of honor. tertained with the rehearsal Nath CuI pepper Doughtie 1
last night witha Miss Moon was presentedwith sented with silver gifts by the
Mrs. Robert West and
She wore a white brocade sat- dinner at the Gainesville Golf p.m.,
,., in gown trimmed in pink, and Country Club to honor the her daughter, Miss Priscilla miscellaneous shower her shower gifts, which hosts. r ;
honoring Miss Glenda Moon, were placed under an um- I' .
West 1205 SW 11th Avenue.
and carried a bouqet of pink couple. Guests included the affianced \
roses. Mrs. Paul T Selle gave a FRIDAY, April 17 fiancee Barton; E. ThrasherJr. brella decorated with white couple, Mr. and Mrs.. Rich- '. : ," ,.., :
., were Mrs. C. A. King, satin ribbon'and white carna- .
of the Rehearsal dinner -honoringMiss .j
luncheon for members
Dr. G. Wallace Letchworthof ard I. Jones, parents of Miss .
Tuttle Mrs. E. B. Sapp and Mrs. R. tions. The bride-to-be was presented \'I>( ; .
Clara Frances and .
Sarasota served as best wedding party and out of Moon, Mrs. Barton E. Thrasher :
man. William Lee Proctor, town guests on the wedding her fiance, William Bancroft H. English. The party was with a corsage and Sr., mother of the bride- ( ee; ; )
brother- .law of the bride, day and Mrs. Roy A. Dean Weaver of Coral Gables, 7:30 held at the English home. gifts of china by the hostess groom-elect; Mr. and Mrs. There's
so to and do
of carnationsand see on a Four Winds World
was usher. entertained with a luncheon at p.m., Mrs. Bert C. Riley, Hol- Arrangements trio.Guests John W. Wines of Ocala, Mr.
Inn.Rehearsal. snapdragons in pastel Included the honoree, Cruise that it takes this 16-page brochure to describe it!
The bride's mother chose a her home feting the bride. iday and Mrs. James H. Watson, I
dinner'h o n oring shades were used in decora- her mother, Mrs. Richard I. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Rowe. ',Mail coupon below for your free copyl! .
Miss Lucienne Pirenian and Jones, and Mr. 'Ibrasher'smother
his son, Robert William .Decker tion.After an informal game Mrs. Barton E. Miss Carolyn Ridgell, Miss 55 exciting days from $2295.4 sailings monthly

BoydCopelandp 7:30 pjn., Elroy Lyman Thrasher, and Mrs. R. W. Carolyn Brannen, Miss Dan- r-----------------------1
Decker of Miami Shores, Hotel Mixon, Mrs. G. Henry Turner, yelle Harnett, Miss Lisa Wig- I WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE I
Thomas. Initiation Mrs. R. Holt Howard, Mrs.J. gley, Miss Barbara Mallard, I fOUR@ 808 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. I
Miscellaneous shower feting F. Wyche, Mrs. Cecil E. Mrs. Sonny Saxon, Griff Mc- PHONE FR 6.4641

| Vows ExchangedSolemnized Miss Virginia Davis, bride- Love, Mrs. Vera Jenkins, Mrs. Swine, Sonny McCullars, Dell WINDS Name I
Ceremony Aaareu
elect of John Matthew Fed- W. P. Wynn, Mrs. Ora Wynn, Jernigan William R. BarkleyJr. I
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April 4 was the ville. Wallace, Mrs. John Feaster, PlannedMembers Florence Lowry, Mrs. J. Fred don and Bobbie Feely. --------------------s.ADVERTISEMENT.---J

wedding of Miss Marsha Lee Given in marriage by her Mrs. Ray Shirley and Mrs. L. Harris, Mrs.Tullis E. Browne,
father, the bride wore a floor- R. Arrington at the Wallace of the Alpha Chi Mrs. Fred H. Crone Mrs. T.
and William Daniel

Copeland length gown of silk organza home, 1812 SW 36th Place. Omega Alumnae Club will C. Graham, Mrs. Earl L. Rog-
Boyd Jr., which took placeIn fashioned with chapellengthtrain. SATURDAY, April 18 initiate senior! girls from the .'ers, Mrs. C. R. Smith, Mrs.
the Iona Chapel of the First Her veil of ,silk illus- Wedding of Miss Clara University of Florida active R. Elmer Burch, Mrs. Frank GRADUATE WITH HONORS
Presbyterian Church. ion was attached to a' crownof Frances Tuttle, daughter of I chapter into the Hall of Ma- T. Ridgway, Mrs. Giles Ellis,

Rev. T. S. Copeland,'grandfather seed pearls, and she carried Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Tuttle turity during a traditional Miss Pixie Hampton, Miss
w ceremony Monday night at Carolyn Brannen Miss Carolyn '!I'_ "'.,. "'" ..'" .- tM', .,. ..,..,.. ..r .. .boI
of the bride, officiatedat a cascade bouquet of gar- and Will lam Bancroft :r 1"',.,"""E / -, ', < .h,"' /;> .? .
denias stock and the chapter house. Each girl Ridgell, and Miss Janice 1 .
the ceremony.The stephonitis, Weaver of Coral Gables, son .
bride is the daughterof ivy.Miss of the late Mr. and Mrs. William will be presented with a recognition Saxon. 4 t' ; :l' 1" :

Dr. and Mrs Evan L. Cope- Dianne Copeland, sister B. Weaver, 10 a.m., Holy pia.Following Patio Party Given .
land and the bridegroom is of the bride, was maidof Trinity Episcopal Church, followed the ceremony a
the son of Mr. and Mrs. WillIam honor. by reception in the Parish social hour will be held at the To honor both 'Miss Moon ry" I
Daniel Boyd of Jackson- Bridesmaids were Miss Nan- House. home of Mrs. Thomas 0. Al- and Mr. Thrasher, a patio ; nr !

nette Copeland, sister of the Bridesmaids luncheon hon day, 118 NW 21st Street.soe supper was given recently by j1111y !

bride, and Miss Kathryn Boyd, oring Miss Virginia Kay. Davis Mr. and Mrs. G. Henry Turner .1." ',
I' l I sister of the bridegroom. bridetobe, of John Mat- Holiday Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Rice,
illffiqmn01 Wayne Harris of Jacksonville :- thew Fedison, 12:30.p.m. Mrs. Wedding of Miss Lucienne band Mrs. W. Travis Lof- :
i 1 served the bridegroomas Allen DeLaney, Gainesville Pirenian, daughter of Mr. and ten at the Rice home.A .
best man. Ushers were Lee Golf and Country Club., Mrs. Zareh M. Pirenian, and red and white color note ,)
;; Purvis and Richard Cope- Bridesmaids luncheon com- Robert William Decker, son of was featured in all appoint-

I. land, the bride's brother. plimenting Miss Lucienne Pirenian Elroy Lyman Decker of Mia- ments with hurricane lamps A

.,, I,ctoir Af cud.OW.UONt flow Following a reception, the bride-to-be of Robert .mi Shores, 7:30 pjn., First centering the supper tables, ,, E .
newlyweds left for a honey- William Decker, 12:30 pjn., Presbyterian Church. Recep laid with red and white cloths. i :
,r moon in New Orleans and Mrs. Roger Bledsoe and her tion following in Fellowship The bridal couple was pre- RI .. ;

Vary that roast with a hap Natchez, Miss. daughter, Miss Patricia Bled- HalL -
: py combination of flavors.

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t 4-pound pork loin Shown above receiving their Graduate Bridal Consultant diplomas from ,

: 1 teaspoon seasoned salt Be Mr. Jerry Connor, faculty member and President of the school ,ere Miss

': 1 can (1( pound; ..4 ounces) Midge McNeill (left) and Mrs. Evelyn Brunson right) of the staff of Ruther-
; sliced pineapple' In pre-wedding courtesy for fords Jeweler The girls graduated this week with first and second highest

ft teaspoon each-celery, : salt ;... ,z Miss Lucienne Pireni a n, honors in a class of thirty-five from the National Bridal Consultant's Schoolin
and nutmeg whose marriage to Robert Atlanta, Georgia. : :-_= '
.: Watercress or parsley. William Decker will take

I Rub on top of loin with sea. of place Saturday evening'in the Emphasizing its growing reputation Mrs. Brunson and Miss McNeill not only in jewelry china crystal'
zoned salt. Roast fat,side up, First Presbyterian Church I throughout North Florida as "The are now fully qualified to give expert and silver but in other decorative -
in a small shallow pan in a- w \ luncheon was given recently Store for Brides," Rutherfords and completely authoritative accessories and home needs-
ii moderate (350 degrees) oven by Mrs. H. A. Sayre and Jewelers at 103 West University advice to Gainesville couples from :and is a wonderful aid to o, one
about 2% hours or to 185 degrees Mrs. Allen DeLaney. I Avenue Gainevilte, was pleased their engagement through their planning to buy gifts for area

on a meat thermome- L a a The party took place at the r to announce that two more_of its golden anniversary. brides.
ter. Remove pork and pour off .: 4Jr r i X Gainesville Golf and Country regular staff have graduated from
; fat from pan.. Carve pork;, lube the National Bridal Service schoolfor This adds to Rutherford's olready Membership in the Notional Bridal .
5 return juices fa .drippings in Roses, daisies and pyracan- Registered Bridal Consultants.The complete Bridal Registry Service, Service is awarded to only the
ha the which includes hundreds of important finest jewelers of the commonKy
; add syrup drained from were to center
pineapple; cook and stir over I1JComplimenting b oncheon. table where places two young ladIes; Miss Midge details to insure a beautiful who successfully complete very extensive
1 low heat to get up browned vere marked for the bride-to- McNeill and'Mrs. Evelyn Brunson wedding socially-correct in every courses of formal study,
detail, whether the bride is and who the highest. ethical
wedding meet
ranked first and second in honors
her mother Mrs. Z. M.
: drippings,. Add pin eappleslices.and *, ,
C Pirenian Mrs. Bra- out of a class of thirty-five drawn operating on a working gars bud standards of busm+*c. Rutherford'sis
t boil gently to re- Billy
..: to John Douglas Rogers shear Mrs. John Easter Mrs. from throughout the United States get or money is no object. the only store in the area ,4o
*. duce sauce and heat pineapple Miss Sharon Fagan, whose marriage have met oil standards and requirements -
included and
; turn Pineapple slices over will be an event of May 2 in the University Avenue Church of Christ, Mrs. David Brownfield and Mrs. that of the mangers largest stores ownersof in Famous throughout North Florida for membership Ruth.
times. T. W. Cause entertained with tea recently at her home. Pictured Marvin Kokomoor. some
a few Arrange pineapple a prenuptial this field. umerfords Bridal Service also erfords also are Registered Jewelers
on pork chops, pour the with Miss Fagan, second from left, are her fiance's mother Mrs. Robert W. Gifts of silver were presented provides a permanent record of Members of the American

-sauce-over-'and garnish with Rogers; her mother, Mrs. David S. Fagan, and Mrs. Cause. More than 40 to the honoree by the As Graduate Bridal Consultants,,oil the couple's preferences: Gem Society. .
watercress parsley. collegiate friends of the bride-elect 'called'during the tea hours. two hostesses.

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Smith of St. Petersburg will ren Jr., John Fitzgerald dolph Gertner Jr. of GaInes- PanheHenie Drive, ww .W-
: be soloist Lovejoy Jr. and Franklin ville.A low the ceremony.- f .-.
I Calendar Of Events Kocher Warren Miss Ann LaBarre, Alexan- Swope Bunch Jr., both of reception at the Chi.Omega Friends of the couple. are Invited I
dria, La., will attend the Jacksonville, and Harold Ru- Sorority House, 807 West to attend.
bride as maid of honor. : .
MONDAY. April 13 Club, 7:30 pm., Weed Hall, Bridesmaids will be Miss _--
107 NW 15th Terrace. Lucas of and .
Nancy Tampa
Omicron PlansPlans
Alpha Pi, Corpor-
C.B.E. and D.C.T. Classesof Wedding Miss Constance Carroll of St.
ation Meeting, 819 PanheUen-
ic Drive, 6:30 p.m. Gainesville High School, Petersburg.. 1t 4 Vfet toy are fOOCtf B Mftl dtt oar batGraduation i
University Women's Club Employer-Employee Banquet, are announced today assisted by Dr. Sam Banks, Flower girls will be Elea-

Arts and Crafts Fair 10 a.m., School 7 pjn.Cafeteria.Gainesville High- for the wedding of Miss Mary Chaplain of the J. Hillis Mil- nor and Susan Warren, thebridegroom's I

to noon, and 2:30: to 4:30 pjn.., Women's Club Carolyn Kocher, daughter of ler Health Center. nieces.
Mr. Warren will serve his
Mr. and Mrs. William Bryan
Road.Clubhouse, West Newberry Choral Group, 10 ajn., Club- Kocher: of Clearwater-, Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones Jr., son as best man and ushers the first milestone in the long and
house. will be organist, and Radford will be James McBride War- t
and Lewis Warren, '
United Community Fund ,of Democratic Women's Club, George .- challenging road to success. And remember -
Greater Gainesville, Board of Board Meeting, 8 p.m., Mrs. McBride son of Mr.Warren.and Mrs. James when you were graduating how
Directors 4 p.m., Guaranty Lyle N. McAlister, 2712 SW
Federal Savings and Loan. 5th Place.THURSDAY. The bride- lect Is currently 0 the cards you received from relatives ;
x American Association' of completing her Master's degree bake shopsSPECIAL friends and neighbors helped make that
University Women, Board April 18 in Nursing Education at ,
,Meeting, Mrs. H. E. Ellis, 4041 League of Women Voters the University of Florida. Mr. b JrGGIS Important occasion in your life an even
,NW 12th Avenue. Unit Meeting, 8 p.m., Mrs. Warren is a medical studentat I THIS WEEKGOOD happier one? Then you can appreciate

University City Bridge John E. Signor, 214 SW 40th the University of Florida. MONDAY THRU ,SATURDAY APRIL 13-18 what it will mean to the graduates you
'Club, 7:30 pm. University of Street The wedding will be an
Florida Faculty Club, West Girl Scout Prairie NeIghbor- event of Saturday, April 18, at DOZEN know to receive your congratulations on
Newberry RoadGainesville hood Meeting, 10 a.m., Girl 2 pjn. at the First Methodist $100 Hallmark cards-cards with just the right
Scholarship and Scout House. 810 NW 8th Church. 5 COOKIES
words of and Choose
.Loan Fund, Noon, Park Lane Street Rev. Paul Hartsfield of recognition pride.
Cafeteria. Gainesville Chapter 44, Fort Lauderdale will officiate, from our complete collection of Hall
Past Matron's Club, Gaines OES, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple. ((1 Dos Each of S Varieties) mark Graduation cards.
': ville Chapter OES, 8 p.m., Gainesville Library AdvI- We specialize in Decorated Cakes and Party Goods
J Mrs. Laverne E. Weaver, 2247 sory Board, 8 pjn., Gaines Cake SecretWhen
: NW 15th Avenue. ville Public i Library.
': Gainesville Bridge Club, Chapter CQ, PEO, 8 p.m., baking a layer cake, BAKESHOP
:. 7:30 p.m., Recreation Cen- Mrs. A. N. Payne, 17 NW 7th whether made with mix or ,
:: ter. Terrace. a favorite recipe, sprinkle the INC ss
;: University Agricultural cake layers, while still GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CEN1 *.. HALLMARK CARDS
TUESDAY, April 14 Women's Club, Luncheon- warm from the oven, with a Open 7 a.m. 7 p.m. Daily Friday Til 8 p.m. FOR ALL OCCASIONS
: League of Women Voters Election of Officers, 12:30 few tablespoons of Bourbon.

Unit Meeting 8 pjn., Mrs. p.m., Holiday Inn. Adds luscious flavor. .. .
: E. Lowe Pierce, 1822 NW 7th Allemanders 8 p.m., How- I -- -- -- -- ,
'. Place. ard Bishop Junior High I

; Girl Scout, WECO Neigh School. 1
: borhood Meeting 9:30 a.m., Friends of the,Library Executive Summer
:. Girl Scout House, 810 NW 8th Board Meeting, 9:30:
:: Street. ajn., Mrs. William M. Jones, sailor)
'. B'Nal Israel Sisterhood. 8 3857 SW 5th Place. .tnenatural
:: p.m., Jewish Community Cen Soil Conservation Service! o, ,'j.- ..
,P ter. Wives Club, 8 pjn., Mrs. Dal- } .'! look in crisp
,: Altrusa 12:15 pjn. Holiday son Esrey, 3800 SW 15th lf : cord. '
chalk-stripe w.
Street. ,' .
:: Inn.Auxiliary to Alachua Coun- ; < A handsomely tailored .'
FRIDAY, April 17
,: ty Medical Society, 9:30: a.m., "
; lines
casual with trim
Gainesville Bridge Club ,
Mrs. Robert 1826 NW
,12th Road. 9 ajn., Holiday Inn. rsr' squared collar. Amel ,
.' Oldtimers Group, Univer-
Tuesday Evening Supper '
sity Women's Club 3 pjn., .: f acetate and cottonIn >.
Club of Gainesville, 6 p.m.,
1402 West University Avenue. Clubhouse, West Newberry -: yellow, black,
Road, Mrs.,B. W. Ames, Mrs. i
Alachua County Pharma- Schoch and Mrs. 'I e? i blue with "'
ceutical Auxiliary Meeting, 7 L. LeRoy N pink, 1'rr'
p.m. Covered Dish Supper, W. R. Carroll, hostesses. i white. 8 to 18. .. r <<
.honoring husbands, Mrs. SATURDAY, April 18 h 4. A a.r
: Earnest L Campbell 3858 NW American Association o f % J 17.98 : -- -,---
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15th Street. University Women, Luncheon 4- 1
Great Books Discus s ion Meeting, Park Lane Cafeteria. 4dV
Group, 8 p.m., Gainesville Little Women, "Flowers In 4 ,
Public Library. Wonderland" semi formal '
Xi Phi Chapter Beta Sigma dance, 8:30 to 11:30 p.m., /
Phi Sorority, 8 p.m., Mrs. Gainesville Woman's Club- I ( :

Reid Poole.WEDNESDAY. house, West University Ave .. -.. .' .

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Unit Meetings, 9:30 a.m., Cure -.. I \\I\t\ :' .! f .... ... ..
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Mrs. Earl Homer, 1941 NW $ fo s I ; !:
23rd Terrace. For SnifflesBothered rf i : t'
Girl Scout Basic Leadership ItJ ""

Course, '9 am., Girl Scout by sneezing spells 24r& .-,... .
House 810JSTW Sib Street. M when you first get upj. ,'." ", ,i > .I I'"t ..., ."I:".\.
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,Operations Center, 555 SE during early Spring. "
Fifth Avenue. new film, "The Air Around' 'r ',' .

Chapter I, PEO, 10 am., Us," the noted allergist of I iea : ,'
Philadelphia's Albert Einstein, .
Mrs. J. E. Turlington Mrs.C. ;I 1 -
E. Bell, 1610 NW 16th Ave- Medical Center Dr. Jay Spiel- (I.e r' '. ws
Tiue.. vogel says air-conditioning is.

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'Esther Circle, 8 pjn., at the YOUR HAIR .,_ -
-Priem Residence 4289 NW THE NEW r : .. r k.1,., .d.iY.
HSU! Street, Mrs. Leland Zim- EASY WAY ., ; .. -
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Church, WSCS ., : 0 : ': ::1';:;..i ':.Summer's soft touch...completely( '

Evelyn Annette Dewar Haden Circles and Fannie, 9:30 I NEW DIALCET FAUCET .' :'::: ; :_.. feminine fashions with the pretty :L '
",a.m., Church. MA'rHt'YVSPLUMBING (flI : (look she (loves in fluid silhouettes .t...:.' ,
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Mrs. N. K. McPhail 2327 N.E. 19th Drir .
2028 p.m.NW 31st Avenue. ,, FR 6-5221 : ,. \ { fJ. :.3r\. and carefree. fabrics, plus the careful'; '. ; ,-

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Aw >t;:! :-: .,),,-, : '.. she expects from Nelly Don.' -
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knit Paradise crepe of Dacron polyester. V

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blouson silhouette .12 to 40 and 12& to -22'A. 22.98 :
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_ MiMiIJeNabed Red_Tape Goes On Bikes 2UD Bridge> Club NotesBy : I

1954 Merit MotherNamed JOHN E. (:RAPS Recreation Center. There will A. May with 120 over a 90
be for
no game pairs.
eke d out a narrow I
her. ; al Mrs. R. L. Bowman and average
Mrs. W. E. Baringer were Mrs. L. H. Robbins and win over Martin E. Lewis
as one of 19 Merit active in church and civic affairs Mrs. W. D. Macdonald t ook
first place winners in the
Mothers of Florida for 1964 is and Miss Lee Knecbt who
in Gainesville and the North South field al Wednesday top honors in the NorthSouthfield
Mrs. Albert H. Miller; who had 119. Third place went to
area, has three daughters, evening. tournament of at the Monday evening
was honored last weekend E.
C. Kirkland and R. H.
during special ceremonies in Miss Rosalyn, New York City; the Gainesville Bridge, Club tournament of the Club, at
at the Inn the 'Recreation Center. With Harms; who had 113, and
Tallahassee.Mrs. Mrs. J. Rodney Bishop, and Holiday with a
score of 139 match points. 10% tables in play and 99 the fourth to Mrs. B. M. Winn
Miller who has been Miss Virginia and one son,
There were 11 ,tables in play North South average, they and Mrs. M. H. DePass with
--p r Charles, all of G a i n e sville; and the average for all pairs held a one and one half point 94%.

,and two grandchildren,. Kelly was 110. lead over Mrs. E. C. Kirklandand
i Burton Bishop, and Fiona Dorothy Mrs. J. E. Moore, who
( Miller of Gaines vllle. Mrs. J. A. Jones Jr. and had 110%; match points., Lutheran CircleFirst
the writer in second
gs4' Mrs. Jules Wetekamm andJ.
Governor Farris Bryant ; ""3t with, 129%, followed by Mrs.E. Lutheran Ladies I
9 gave the principal address il to .,. N. Edris and Mrs. Jules : H. Vidal took third place Guild, Esther Circle, wiD'meet
during recognition ceremoniesfor ..1tw. with 105%, while Mrs 0. at
Wetekamm with 121%, and J. 8 pan. on Tuesday at
the Merit Mothers b Thurlimann and J. A. JonesJr.
and ;* k H. Vidal and D. W. Bowman the home of Mrs. Leland
Mrs. Eugene V. Fisher of Tal- ') -'. ,A<. with 118. were fourth with 1034. Zimmerman, 4289 NW 16th
lahassee, who was s selected =-: P;ar ... W"" ; Mrs. K. H. Kent and Van Street.
Mrs. L. A. Garrard and
4g. Florida Mother of the Year. Mrs.. Richard Anderson, ;above, is head of the safety division of the Junior
4 Woman's Club, which is responsible for the "taping" of approximately 1,350 Mrs. Herbert Steam were
Certificates were awarded, bicycles belonging to city elementary and junior high school students. This' is' East West winners with

i_ the mothers by Supreme one of the club projects for April, which has been designated as National Bicycle 127%. Second place went to DIAMOND
i ,jlr Court Justice Richard Erwin Safety Month. Mr. and Mrs. Van A. May, !L1
and Mrs. Erwin and orchid who had 123%, while Mrs.
corsages were presented by "Cut the red tape and get Mrs. Lamar. Crevass is Citizens Safety' Council is Daniel Scarritt and Mrs. R.A. _

the American Mothers Na- down to business..u head of the Public Affairs providing a mechanic to check Scafford tied with Mr. and aI _

tional Committee. That is exactly what the Department and Mrs. Richard each'bike to see if it complieswith : Mrs. Catotti for third and

i Special, festivities honoringthe Public Affairs Department of Anderson, who is' doing the safety standards, set. up fourth with 122%.,

group included'tours of the the Gainesville Junior Wom- actual taping, is responsiblefor by the Bicycle Institute of The annual club championships
MRS. ALBERT H. MILLER Governor's Mansion and the an's Club is doing during the the Safety Division, Mrs. America. Decals and litera- for: men's and women's f

Capitol and a tea, given at month of ApriL Aden Keeter is assisting Mrs. ture will be issued to each teams will be conducted at
HawthorneClub Killearn Gardens.Accompanying The 'business" is that of Anderson in the project. rider. 7:30, tomorrow? evening at the

sticking red, reflectorized tapeon During April, which is des-
Mrs. Millerto
: To Meet Tallahassee for the the b i c y c 1 es of approx- ignated by the Bicycle Insti-
imately 1,350 Gainesville elementary tute of America as National For a bright summer .
HAWTHORNE were Mr. Miller and their f
Hawthorne and stu Bicycle Safety month OfficerEd
: Woman's Club will observe daughters Mrs. Bishop and dents. Connerly, Safety Officer The. sun shines bright for 4,
National Library Week Miss Miller. Her.sisters, Mrs. the .girl with wardrobe' of
According to the American for the Alachua County Police
Tuesday at a 12:30: pm. James Butler and Mrs. Joseph our summer, sportswear,
will be
Automobile Association, the Department, con-
M luncheon meeting,when Mrs.R. Rig d o n, both of Lake separates and 2-pc. dresses.
k most 'automobile and bicycle ducting education instructionfor
E. Rutland of McIntosh City, also were present. Select soon from our wide
accidents at dusk. These children. He will empha- r
will review the-book: "The occur array of the ,season's'smartest Tbe Skyline solitaire with fiery pound
-_ Mrs Miller was sponsoredby findings prompted the Safety size proper methods of hand- styles in center diamond ia distinguished set.
Tall W : ..
It oman.Spec .Mrs. Ola Lee Means of
Division of the Public Affairs ling their two-wheelers and '
colors and fabrics. tiogof HKyeOotror white goldCONVEHtCNT $1 9 5
t : al guests 'w'ill' be, Miss Lake City, also were present. Department to make the explain maximum' safety
Beth Daane, head librarian taping of bicycles an annual rules. For All YourSportswear CREDIT TERMS
Mrs. Miller
the. G a i nJsvIlIenPuBlic-- was sponsored. project. The Gainesville Alachua Always' See ..,_ ..s.saGotr s1 to ,toot plus fax
by Mrs: Ola Lee Means of
mutratioa+l4r p3 to.Aor ita1
J brary, apo .
"Mrs. Mildred Lake senior state treas-
Strickler- Test Drive The RAMBLER OF YOUR CHOICE
shildreq'g: 1ibrar an.
urer of the Florida Society of LIBBYE'S
Club members,, who recently the, Children of the American -
< collected-'194'fob the Heart Revolution. Mrs.: Miller
_ Fund, $5 r&ith Red Cross, serves as honorary senior RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. NEXT TO
begin the_Cancer Drive: :- state, president of this or- 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433
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Gainesville Sun Sunday, April 12, 1964HfieMncYonZet
an's skin tone and figure
: should also be considered.Here i
1 are some of this ex-
/ / / t"s'ByRITrHWEBtER pert's suggestions for choos-

; w ing accessories which will

1 : rMW/d 1 flatter new you outfitNecklaces and individualizeyour

, When 1,200 women swarm into Jacksonville tomorrow for : A bright strandof
'the state, convention of the 'Florida Federation of Women's beads or pearls dressesup
.Clubs, there will be an extra special number from Gainesville Officers \ lIoSEPf/INE the neckline of a suit or dress,
in this bee-hive of activity. J \\ but you must watch the .
-1:" Not in many a year will be the" interest in all the "back- length. A long face and slim GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER:
stage" proceedings as well as those in the Convention Hall. Gainesville Zeta Tan Alpha OW/MAA/ neck are flattered by a short
...': ** reason: Mrs. J. R. Glover, FFWC president, will be Alumnae Chapter elected Mrs. strand, or several short McCOLLUM, 1124 W. UNIVERSITY
..,turning her gavel over to Mrs. Mark Emmel now the first Richard .4> H strands, of beads. A round or
.vice-president. Cunningham as square face, or a short neck, GRESHAM, 12 W. UNIVERSITY13th
-Lois who knows the "ins and outs" of federation procedure president during a recent need a longer length of neck- PHARMACY
1522 N.W. 13th ST.
i> L will assume the new office by way of service up through the meeting. Accessories, You Wear lace for a more pleasing pro ,
(, rank of many state offices. She has also traveled the world Other officers named are portion. McCOLLUM, 1324 EAST UNIVERSITY
i "".attending four international conventions in Switzerland, the Mrs. Don Post; vice-president; If you have one of the new
] *-PhHlipine3, Germany and Brazil. So she knows the hopes Miss Rosemary Chambers, Influence AppearanceAccessories plunge neckline dresses don't
and needs of international members of the federation. -justas secretary; Mrs. John P. Shep- span the whole effect by wearIng COMPLETE SUNDAY DINNERS
she understands those of Florida women. herd, treasurer; Mrs. De- can make a tremendous may become monotonous: a short,strand of pearls.It .
Mrs. Charles B. Oaten active in the Gainesville Woman's Wayne Douglas, historian-- ;difference in the According to one New York confuses the lines. Wear a SERVED AT
Club since 1947, has a."working" knowledge of the club here porter; and Mrs. William G. way a woman looks. City's leading fashion show necklace only slightly shorter GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
i ".and of those throughout the state. Martha was one of the Cross, program chairman.The Sometimes members of the stylists, an accessory, especi- than your decolletage.Since .
"diligent workers during the difficult years of change from closeto
following officers were fair sex fail to realize that ally jewelry, is the prettiestway necklaces are so TURKEYDINNER
-the old clubhouse to the clubhouse.
new and to battle the "uniform" the face, be sure to flatter
appointed by Mrs. Cunningham the color, size placementof
Mrs. J. H. Palmer, the only other Gainesville club member Never
who has been president of the Florida Federation will ; these influence their appearance look.However your complexion too.beads if
just as their makeup this highly experienced wear red or purple
have the honor of installing Lois in her new office Thursday Mrs. LaMee PanheHen- .
."evening. "Aunt Carrie," whose wit and humor is widely- ic Judy ,Mrs. Rich- and hair styling do. They executive warns that you have a ruddy complexion.If sallow
representative; is slightly
known, will, in all probabilities,.give the outstanding conven- can be flattering or unflatter- too many women spoil rathtf- your
ard P. Schmidt, rush adviser; If it is very
than sparkle, their outfits by avoid amber. SERVED WITH
...tion The speech.guest speakers will come from far and near with Mrs.Mrs. Walter Cross, chapter Lane and adviser Mrs.; ing.There is a sameness about wearing the wrong accessory fair do not use black. The 2 $1'
harsh.STILL ALL THE for
"Dwight C. Van Meter, vice president of N.W. Ayer and LaMee; Mrs. F. W. Ahrano, this year's spring and sum- in the wrong: place. A wom- contrast is too
-'-Son Inc., New York advertising agency; Joseph F. Nee, of !.It$. Justus Williams, Mrs. mer suits. Most of them have TRIMMINGSPEPTO.BISMOL
-Westport, Conn., senior vice-president of the National Foundation Ralph Dulaney, Mrs. Fred the same little box jacket with
'* March of Dimes; Bernard L. Huelskamp, supervisor in Guy, Mrs. William Cross, braid or buttons of flap poc _
FBI headquarters in Washington, and Rev. Bryon M. Wilkinson Mrs. S. J. Mitchell, Mrs. Donald kets. It'is an attractive style T r r l COUPON 'X ZS'XXS'
,, pastor of the Hatcher Memorial Baptist Church of Rich- Olinger and Mrs. Richard and is becoming to most figures AVAILABLEA I
mond, invited to address the Florida women. Cunningham, house corporation but because the style is

members. is so universal this season, it FEW OF _

SENIOR TEA PLANNEDGraduation Next alumnae meeting will I t

be a luncheon at the Gaines- BY POPULAR THESE 1 59c Value!
for high school seniors is just a few weeks away. BOTTLE C
ville Golf and Country Club
With the special meaning Senior Week events hold for each REQUEST COUPON 39
May 16 at 1 LOVELY
and every GHS and PKY graduate, a group of mothers from p.m. FOR. A LIMITED TIME DISCOUNT PRICE, ........
the two schools has planned "to revive" the custom of a WE ARE CONTINUING '
Senior Tea for all girls graduating this June. Music TeachersTo THE PRE-SEASON 'I HOMES _
Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz has graciously offered the UF Presi- SPECIAL OFFER i mxxxK? COUPON ?m ?m
dent's Residence as the place for the party on Thursday, May i I
14.Hours will be from 4 until 5:30: pjn. Convene COLD WAVE I Check these many 5.lbs.
This joint committee of mothers suggests and hopes that I outstanding features: EPSOM SALT4'9c
the many small parties for girls will be omitted in favor of WednesdayGainesville .
this one gala affair. $150 I Factory- ullt 3 bedroom. masonryhome. Value!

The tea is to be given by mothers of senior girls of both Music Teachers I Jalousie kitchen windows cabinets.& Paved street,'curb C
Gainesville High School and P. K. Yonge Laboratory School Association will have its April tile sills. and gutter. COUPON 2' 9' -
whose daughters hold student government and class offices. meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. INCLUDES Built-up roof, outside City water and lights. DISCOUNT PRICEs ........
Invitations to the 250 graduating senior girls, their moth in the Utility Operations Cen- .y'f HAIR CUTSHAMPOO II storage. lot Terrnit.-proof.cI asphalt tile floors.
ers, and the feminine members of the two school faculties ter, 555 SE Fifth Avenue. Ii Urge 10,500 sq.ft.
will be issued invitations. SET I'I'I DOWN
The win consist of
Assisting Mrs. Reitz and the hostess program ,= J COUPON C
group will be Mrs.
Wilbur Harling Jr.' and Mrs.. John Flowers, who have volun- a business meeting, a panel I EYES by Appointment
month 40
discussion on the subject i $60.02 SANITARY _
teered their
time and talent to arrange the party flowers per
"Teen Students, by I
and decorations. t age PHONE 372-1575
vid Do W d, Mrs. Charles PRICE ON HAIR CUTS I'' 'V- H. Wayne Hill-Broker
Carolyn Gardenhlre-Assoc. j $1.49 Value!
Reaves and Mrs. Fred Schol- Grall.rn-Assoc.
Hat Show HOUSE of BEAUTY Helen S.
Spring field. Music will be providedby I Mary B. Finish-Assoc. COUPON 8'9c
Miss CI e m entine White, 2300 N.W. 6th St. at 23rd I 2.53754jWjEIEjFI I ,
Blvd. 19 N.E. 1st Street Telephone FR I DISCOUNT PRICE :....

Highlights LuncheonA harpist Florida.at the University of I II I.1.1I I .

spring bat show will be guests. Cancellations should Hostesses .wfll be Miss Doris : SSSSSSS COUPON g wwwwwww
featured at the annual Uni- be made by contacting Mrs. Dchmidt, Mrs. Mack Ty-
versity Agricultural Wom-' H. C. Giles and Mrs. R. P. ner, and Mrs. Guy Webb. SpiritsofTurpentinePintSize
en's Club's luncheon and election Hill, chairman and co-chair. Mrs. Alan Conger is program
of officers Thursday at man, by noon Wednesday. chairman for the event. :
12:30 p.m. at till Holiday Inn. $5c Value!
Reservations should be I
made by noon on Wednesday. I : iJ Be Sure of Your Man, I enneuf r I COUPON 19c

Hail by Mrs F. T. McCor- & DISCOUNT PRICE .....
mick will be modeled duringthe b Invest in His StandVote ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY

luncheon and Miss Cindy
Myers will play the piano. and Support SHOP PENNEY'SUNTIL : *>XXX*!*>* COUPON xmfxzxsr
The decoration commiteewill .. : 9 P.M. i
Include Mrs. F. W. Williams 1BOB JORDANYour i MONDAYEasy HOUSE PAINTONE
chairman: Mrs. V. W. .
CarlWe! Mri. J. T. Gerber, o.d GALLON --WHITE,
Mrs. J. F, Hentges Jr., and Sheriff .
$.2.49 Value!
Mrs. K. R. Lang don. tf go
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'Grcfduation Luncheon Alumnae Methodist. Men .Clubs '

I Hints from SE' I

; i Honors V- Miss Walker To Hear Ocala Lawyer HELOT/

w Founding The University Methodist attorney, will present a DEAR HELOISE the
I Mrs. program : According to size of your ored felt marking to
Tommy Mack and Mrs. lan, Miss Sandra Stallings, pens
Club will hold
Church Men's entitled "Civic
Responsibility What would di to and
you keep apartment summer
identify meat
Carl parcels (cut,
Friemuth of Lowell entertained Miss Sue Baker, Mrs. Walker
with a luncheon hon- and the honoree.Auxiliary;. its final meeting of the year of the Christian the musty smell out of a cab- you will know how many bars weight and date) that I put

iiI I orning, Miss Helen Walker, a Observed Wednesday the Recreation at 6:30 Room p.m.of the in Layman. in you closed up every it takes. This is really not a in the freezer, and I
graduating senior at P. K. Foundation. Dinner will be served by .year? waste-It is a savings In the CHANGE colors at PRESCRIBED
Yonge Laboratory School. The Plans Wesley members of the Women's Society We have the same problem long run because the harder INTERVALS!
i luncheon was given Tuesday Alpha Gamma Delta Alum- John Marshall Green, Ocala with Mrs. Carl Monkas with our city apartment the soap gets the longer it Example: every January
at the 1890 House In Ocala. Supper Tuesday nae Club has planned an International social chairman. When we come back lasts when you use it. Did 1,1 use one color. Come July,
') from our vacation it smells you know that?
Reunion I .
Miss Walker is the daughter Day Reservations should be start using another color.I
'! = of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Walker A covered-dish supper is luncheon Saturday at 1 p.m. at AlumnaeLuncheon made by calling the church funny, too. I suggest that you also, now know at a glance
of Mclntosh. planned,by the Alachua Coun- the Gainesville Golf and Coun- office. MR. TOLBERG when leaving a residence for which parcel should be used

A white carnation centerpiece ty Pharmaceutical Auxiliary try Club. The public is cordially .in- DEAR MR. TOLBERG:. any length of time, open all first' !
closet doors, cabinet
doors, ,
This also eliminates
members for vited to I don't -
attend. leave
combined with a Tuesday nightat Members from Gainesville suggest yon and drawers 'on dresser
jour when the freezer doorIs
graduation motif decoratedthe the home of Mr.. and Mrs. and Ocala will meet at the windows open in either
chest of drawers, etc to
luncheon table. Earnest L. Campbell A spe- the home of Mrs. Perry Adamsat MashedPotatoes place it might rain! allow the accumulated mois open.'BEVERLY LTTMAN
Miss'W a 1 k e r was given a cial menu, has been plannedfor noon for a social hour preceding Outside of spraying, the tare to circulate and evapor
white carnation corsage and a the evening event, which the luncheon. best advice I can give you'is .

j r. silver alarm clock by the host- will honor 'husbands' 'of mem- New officers elected recently Slated to go to your grocery store ate.The brand of soap seems to Note: Felt marker ink does
bers. and buy umpteen ban of
esses. include: For extra-flavorful mashed make no difference. Just be ,NOT wash off plastic containers -
The guest list included Miss The committee in Mrs. Clark Jones, potatoes soap. the is removed. so when marking plastic
i charge presI- Xi Delta Alumnae after boiling until sure wrapper
Alpha Remove the
Z Leslie Eggert, Miss Jayne Everett includes:,Mrs. Charles Haupt, dent; Mrs. W.. F. Moshier, tender, drain thoroughly, then wrappers from ALWAYS put these bars of containers of food, write on
i Club celebrated the all the and the
Susan seventy- soap put
Lane, Miss freezer and apply to the
Mrs. Elbert Voss, Mrs. Lacey vice president; Mrs.. C. K. sprinkle with salt from a sha- soap in saucers or ash trays, tape
Catherine McClane, Miss Cindy Taylor and Mrs. .Charles Beale, secretary; Mrs. George first anniversary of thefraternity's ker and place soap around in strategic etc, so that the moisture in container. Beverly, I think
pan containing of the house.
parts I don'tknow
Holmes, Miss Peggy Ad- that woman who ownsa
Dreblow founding with the will not every
Montgomery. treasurer; Mrs. Leo a potatoes over moderate heat, soap ring your
what this
kins, Miss Cynthia Babers, does but it freezer should send you an
; Miss Janis Loften, Miss Josephine A short business meeting Myers, Altruistic 'chairman; luncheon yesterday at the shaking vigorously until pota- really does it. furniture. orchid. Your color idea is ab-
Miss Barbara Keller,. Panhel- Gainesville Golf and toes HELOISE
Country are
mealy-dry. The salt
Bryant, Miss Karen has been scheduled by Mrs. lenic and This method also works in solutely wonderful. And who
,* Mickler Club. draws out excess moisture, luggage which has been stor- s of
would have
Betsy McMi1II Charles Cherry, president. Roy Tew, IRD chairman. ever thought..
Honoring the 10 founders in points up potato flavor. Next, ed away. DEAR HELOISE: it except our littis house-
'" .. a special ceremony were the add butter and milk in usual Don't economize when it Here is a time saving tip wife? You're just a darlin.
newly elected officers: wave beat until fluffy. comes to buying this soap. for freezer owners: I use col HELOISE7e'

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Mrs. Thomas Walker, ,Mrs.
.i'.,.. a. _''i1f#.'' Max Tyler, Miss Louise Hen ".

.. ,P h I ley, Mrs. .Jason Outler, Mrs.
: .: ": 'S Bill Fleming, Mrs. John V. ICE CREAM"
e Webb, Mrs. Dan Branch, and

Sleeveless scoop neck, crop Mrs. John Hogan, past

top with scallop edge. Hip president, and Mrs. Donald YOU CAN'T EAT IT BUT YOU CAN .

band dirndl skirt. Scalloped Upton, chaplain, also partici-

edge at waist hip bond. and pated conducted in the memorial the installation service MAKE COOL EASILY CARED FOR: "

of officers.
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t/ rp 9WI Appointments for the luncheon BLOUSES

$ 98 were in pink, white and (LIGHT, PRETTY PRINTS, COOL TO WEAR)' .
silver, with an arrangementof "
pink roses, the official Al- e
pha Xi Delta flower, forming '(FOR MOTHER AND DAUGHTER) "-

N i/ : IJ the centerpiece.Miss S BEDSPREADSJUST

: Martha Powell, officerof ( THE RIGHT SUMMER WEIGHT)
: the Lakeland Alumnae
'.- Chapter, and sister of Mrs. .
100% Richard Cecil, luncheon chairman CURTAINSMACHINE "
t ;. q ; Cotton I I was a special guest. LINGERIE

Plans were made for a famI- .. .,
o. : Blue ly picnic to be held in Mayat (JUST "SUPER" FOR GOWNS, ROBES & BABY DOLLS)
I the Max Tyler home. Final

.L ... Sizes arrangements will be an- V: 1AND THIS "ICE CREAM" IS ..
nounced. <'l: 1- "
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"?- = .:-- 'SEE,_'FASHIONS OUR NEW Regular or Central,'Charge Accounts advantage of using .; :-\ ITS' WONDERFUL FOR YOUR SUMMER SEWING
? Spanish Olive Oil in cookingis Wtj
: .a.. That Are Arriving that the cruet or can of oil SELECT IT IN 6 SOLID COLORS AND COLOR MATE PRINTS .

,f : 'SPORTSWEAR- Daily may be,kept, right beside the ....." .! :
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.1:I i: UF Operation DARE To Be Launched May 13'' 1 I II I

Operation DARE, the Univer- the status of every agricultural The results of these committee sessions. From these conferences I
of Florida's new it is hoped that a special
sity program commodity of consequence in! meetings will be ,presentedto
to Develop Agricultural Re- action program can be formu-
the state. These committeeshave
sources Effectively, will be of- agricultural and business lated to realize Florida's full agricultural g "" TB nHlrfiHBl n F 'ifflre iffllP
ficially launched on May 13, been critically examiningthe !leaders from'all over the statein potential during the 15th ANNIVERSARY SALE Continues Through Sunday
for further !
i Dr. E. T. York Jr., Universityof opportunities ex- the nine special commodity next decade.The I-
of each
pansion commodity
Florida provost for agriculture
announced today. along with the problems whichmight Use "Central
Prominent agricultural and limit this expansion. i I I Chargeand
jf business leaders from throughout .Other committees have been II I I 1
the state will join members studying the implications such Ij Our
of the University's agricultural development insofar as cap- j LayAway"ON
research, extension and teaching ialv labor, land water and oth- I NOON TIL 7:00 P.M.
v1 programs for the first of Resources are concerned. 0 I I
1 nine conferences to plot the Committees have also examin- II Ii I
course of Florida's agriculture d../the implications of such I i:
J over the next 10 years. growth to the many businesses '' a;: wiW-wj1t I Is $100 OFF
Dr. York explained that Operation and industries related to agri-
t DARE involves-a compre- culture. I I
of Florida's ;
hensive analysis agriculture --
j its problems and its:I

I basis"This potentials for analysis formulating for further will serve an growth.action as a"': o H. 'ly0 oar ;, A4 1T': : DRESS and WORK

program designed to develop a '
Florida's full agricultural poten : ) ', AND
tial," he said. 1 1I 1 SHOES S6"
I During the last few months;i y; ,.. iii;
$ committees composed of Uni-: OXFORDS EXAMPLE
versity members and leaders /J :
f from each segment of the state's. \ LOMERS $6" UP

I agriculture have been studying o c:- /+' 2.3-4 EYE TIES LESS $100

Gardeners Need v-- :MOC TOES YOU $' AND

'Soil Math'Homework I PLAIN TOES PAY 599 UP

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should be .: ...
All home gardeners : 4
required to do a little homeworkin DRESS11
"soil math" in case they SLATS
don't know what soil "pH"is. I "i HEELS Ip
Soil pH is an expression'that i i
refers to the acidity or the alka I 2 PAIRS I SPRING I II
linity of the soil, says Dr. \ ,STYLES ANDCOLORS
James Nesmith, soils specialist I FOR
with the.Florida Agricultural Home of your Dreams this SpringNow's $244 4ir
I, Extension Service. This is how $450 .
soil sourness or sweetness is
measured.The I 1. C HEEL
I = the time to enjoy your o'wn dream nest. HEIGHTS
term pH is represented,i 4te10
by numbers ranging from 1 to(i Let us help you purchase just. the right ,home SIZES AA.B WIDTHS 4 TO 10
14. A soil pH of 1 indicates that
I the soil is most acid or sour,I for your family's needs. We offer the lowest 2 PAIRS VALUES .
while a pH of 14 tells us that! $344 FOR 1 U '8,95 PAIR A
the soil is most alkaline ort financing costs lower interest rates' up to. 25 1 $/50 1
sweet Since a soil that is half '. ** 2 PAIRS
acid and half alkaline is neu- ,': \ years too! :-
tral, then a pH that is right in I ..,.. VALUES TO $6.95 A PAIR $388 $7 O'.
the middle would be 7. NO DISCOUNTS or SERVICE FEES

Dr. Nesmith says that most ,
1 crops grow best when the pH 2 ,PAIRS
is around 4.4 to 6.5. or slightly SPRING
acid. Lime is used to sweeten Gainesville Mutual STYLES $488 goo
acid soils. AND
I However, soil pH is not a' COLORS
measure of fertility. He explains -
particular plot of ground may OILRESISTANT MEN'SGENUINE
mean good growing conditions NEOPRENE SOLE NAVY LAST
the soil may not contain enough ,217. N.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-6771 or FR 6-2415 GOODYEAR WELTOXFORD2
plant food for efficient produc :
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"I' will J ilsist on the repeal.of the unfair increased "SrKSsSGSSSsSSSSSSB ..;;.. NAME BRAND TONES PASTELS
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tax on our tags. fightagainst ) eo ;: STYLES TOCHOOSE
I --.oo this 1 increase and voted against i it ..:; aIn FROM -. ; Sizes 4 to 10
the legislature. I have strongly advocated AID .

repeal of t .Increase. since its passage." : ; i $699 UP VALUES TO 4UP ALL 57

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'" .0.-. Sunday, April 12, 1964 Gainesville. Sun 9B
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.byLJ THE LIBRARY 7 .. /.'', .'< '.,' '\,'..,..c, ;.: .
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"All I 'know about adult edu- trated study of fee city as a \ .. < : ...

cation" one frequent user of:living and working space; "Let NO ... ,,7' ," .; ..
the, Gainesville Public Library ters to Malcolm: Chiefly on ,
f recently said, "is that J got my Prayer" (Lewis) thoughtful T1 I
education as an adult" It is reflections on the practice of # ..
LJ only after we finish school that prayer; "The Critical Decade" IIA'
we are free to pursue our'interests -! ((Reuss) Congressman Reuss SUBSTITUTEt..',-4. ,.,':. _Jip "
1 at our own pace, to readin plan to promote prosperity and I : ..-> 0
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this field and that, to fill in stability of the entire free world; : ;;it : _,

1t the gaps. "Latin America: World In Revo- FOR .'. y,1" r.. .
lution" (Beals) influences and :..
F Whether education we hold is a diplomaor outstanding events in_ Latin .,:'......-., "I.,.' ,._ ,'n:; .
t .,;.. .w:. not, always an America from 1910 to the present .-;. ," .'
unfinished business. To keep In- "
"African'Discovery" (Per-
j KILN formed today we 'must be constantly ham;, ed..) ahthology of British JOE CREVASSE ',.i" ..
reading newspapers, ,
accounts of African explorationfrom '
Exchangei7toear periodicals, books, articles on
1769 to 1873; "And Then
political, national, and interna- \...
Came Man" (Bastian) surveyof : .. .
: tional issues, to say nothing of earth's prehistory to the dawnof HONEST FAIR ,., S i .
materials within our own field, sae":; .. ...
civilization; "By Elmer Dav ,
whether it is a business or a ".L .... ,
is" (Davis) of es I :
i Admiral profession. Just to be a respon- ''' --.i"1: "
says by the news commentator, '
i sible voter requires reading : 7 > S..
from many sources. edited by his son. : ; EFFICIENTLAW < ......"I.fJ '.
I Bear Admiral Louis J. Kim, FICIlON."Comrade .J..< E.
More and more Gainesville
Commander Key West Force, J
I residents are becoming awareof Don Camillo" to
will be the at the .
guest speaker the fact that the Public Library (Guareschi) visit of the parish
1 Exchange Club's weekly lunch- provides the primary priest, Don Camillo; and the I ENFORCEMENT I 'y -. .

eon- meeting at. .the Primrose source of continued adult edu Communist mayor to Soviet 'no, L

1; Inn Monday. cation for the out-of-school citi Russia; _"For Time .and A 111 1 .
Admiral Kirn, whose many zen. Here information is avail- Eternity" (Bailey) novel of "'"': n I't

decorations include :the Navy I able for all regardless of age the nation-wide crusade against
Cress an Legion of"Merit, is a and occupation. 1\1 0 r man polygamy; "The THERE IS NO ALIBI FOR

i[ veteranrTjf many of the Navy'sadonsjiTthe During this National Library Grand and the Glorious" (Cush- .
-Pacific during WW' man) nostalgic tale of a'MichIgan ..:
let us salute those citizensof NOT PRO VIDING IT .: ., .
UBefoie Gainesville and vicinity, the town and its activities. on ... ," e I IJ
1ni to West he '
t g Key patrons of the Public Library, July 4,1916; "Break the Young > .' IV'" .
wire Commander of Carrier Di- who have, found that "Readingis Land" (Stark) western tale of .F ., -
visIonIFive'7n the Pacific. the Key" to pleasure and homesteaders in Kansas; '. : : YOU HAD SUCH SERVICE FOR ..;"''" I,
knowledge.' ,"Maulever Hall" (Hodge) sus- '" "

erg li an Among the new titles available pense story set in England in THE PAST 108 MONTHS TY I II
the 1830's, of a young girl suffer- ,
at the library tomorrow are : ;
hargetE.With'l'.u'L the following: ing from amnesia; "The Devil'sChapel" / .
ew (Lafore) "witchcraft"to -
ezz}" ': .: i
::1g HOME- AND HOBBY II a parish In present-day Philadelphia 1-, SHERIFF JOE PROVIDED IT

FAIRFIELD,. .HL (AP? '';'' A "Your Florida Garden Soils" I suburb; "A Hundred .

Baj&st clergyman :has been (Edsonf' authoritative answers :Merry from English Tales"Jestbooks(Zall, ed.)of- tales the .. KEEP YOUR SHERIFF
cnirged with embezzling$15,000
to 500 most frequent questions
I 15th and
1 "The
the bankf which he ;
frpjn home soils
concerning garden
worked and examiners ere try- "Better Homes and Gar den s; Children at the Gate" (Wallant) Your Vote and Support For i
of human
story guilt and
discrepancy re-
1o track down-a
ing Landscape Planning" diagrams

ft In..the Institution's'SJ 1 and illustrations, for sponsibility( ) -; attempt"The Lost of Shore"Langfus Polish I!, If you have a
r books. ?.?- patios and plantings; "Guideto
refugee living in France to
tee Brown, a $6,000-ayear to : Improvement" escape 'i I bunch of
from memories of
boe1keeper-cashlerf -was arraigned Brann ,6 : war experiences
( ) do-it-yourself pro I
"The JOE CREVASSEWILL small billson
; Hospitality of
U.S.cdDDnlssloner. .I
Thursday'before' jects; Great Moments 1 n the House" (Disney) .
Chess" tReinfeld) account of centered around an invalid. your mind...>
3Je president Fairfield! National games notable for unusual dilemmas
Bank, D/lJ Garrison, and :spectacular moves; J
sin:Brown 29, had,dropped a" Cott's Guidebook to Stamp
ndld In the night"depository say- Collection.(Williams) adviceon I BE APPRECIATED

I iqg:he had,tampered" with the how to start a stamp collec- 1.
books for the last seven years. tion.
H%has been-aa-employe ,there Pd. .Adr.
fo : 0ors,. GENERAL INTEREST Paid Advertising .v '
"'-S..I. "Cities" (fHalnrinl). illus- -
the -----
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note after routinely asking \
BrownHoTbrlng": the books:up'todi&
Market OCALA r
AfE weaving,, ,the: note; Egg rr r\
Brown entered,3.-hospital-wth J |
I what doctors called a mUd I
breakdown : Northeast Florida Egg Market. -
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I : a1reralt- carrier, ;USS,Kitty aircraf and surface mark

," '-. ; ,'ChristianHome9 ,: ". "".' !' Servic -News' :: 'I Hawk, deployed' m?he Western, geCi' -- .,. liJ. ..". it",
Pacific. *', :ff He is regularly'' Eati&ed'"at

(iaiKzuiffe DlleDiscIlssion Before entering the Navy in Fort Clayton*gana Zmg M a

,.., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. to the hospital. entered the Army in

RELIGION T Talley, of Micanopy, and Pvt. Canberra then returned to sea February J951 and arrived in

Eulee Morgan, son of Mr. and to contin operations. Army Specialist Four Solomon 'I Panama in August 1961.

XA Jeti "The Christian Home" will Mrs. Samuel Morgan of Red- Cross, 33, son of James RiderENGLEWOOD
dick, completed an eight-week ,Army PFC ,Rudolph O. RItch Cross of High Springs and other Rough
be the subject of a sermon series -cooking course March 27 at son of Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Ritch members of Battery B of 'the Colo. (AP-

A. Week's Revival to OpenAt to be begun by Rev. N. B. Fort Polk, La. of Morriston,. was recently as- 517th Artillery's 4th Missile Bat Richard Elkins drove aerots a

Cangford; pastor, at North Cen- The men received instructionin signed to the 7th Infantry Division talion participation in,an annual hole in the road Friday and the

11 kac tral Baptist Church on Sunday bread, cake and pastry bak- in Korea. unit missile firing practice at engine, transmission and differ

: Calvary Baptist Church evenings. The five-week sermon ing, meat, cutting the Army Ritch, a cannoneer in BatteryC 'the Pina firing range on the ential of his compact car tell
mess hall operation. 6th Battalion of the division's Atlantic side of the Panama .

Revival services will begin !series will come to a climax on Talley, 22, and ,Morgan, 23, 80th Artillery, entered. the Canal Zone last month. outThe hole_, 24 feet long, Is two

May 10; Mother's Day. both entered the army in November Army in July 1962 and receivedbas.iC During the_ practice Specialist feet deep m-spoils "ElkiEs- was
Monday April 13, at Calvary .
1963 and bas- .
completed training at Fort Gordon.. "*"* -
fired droneWhat not
This evening April 12, at 7:30 --- -- -- battery at injured.
Baptist Church and will continue S'9faK ic combat training at Fort Gor-
i 3 # the series will begin with Ga. He was last assigned at., -
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through the following Sunday YbS tin" the subject: "The Relationshipof don, Ga.Second. Fort Bragg, N.C.
The 19-year-old soldier is a'-i wonderful time In a world where
services. Services will begin a Child to His Parent." On a
REV. RUTLAND each at 7:30 Rev. 1962 graduate Williston High ; people rush too fast
evening p.m. the succeeding Sunday eveningsthe
fir IA for a movie like this!IT
Carey E. Cox, pastor, First topics will be, "The Teach- Lieutenant James SchooL drive themselves too

Baptist Church, Brandon Miss., u k. ings of Jesus on Marriage," L. Storter, son of Mr. and Mrs. hard, and s y-So little.
EvangelisticMission will be the visiting evangelistRev. ]i0 f : "Problems in the Home Morris K. Storter of 2048 NW Staff Sergeant Donald E. Gal- to each other.:'" ;- '

""What Is Love?", "Faith flOur Eighth Place, has arrived at lion of Wheelersburg, Ohio has
Cox recently gegan his Mothers," and "The Home Otis AFB, Mass., for duty with completed a special Air Force tn a world where
To thirteenth year of service at the Honors." an Air Defense Command unit. course for communications tech- people want to reach

Brandon Church. From the time : Lieutenant Storter, a navigator -nicians at Goodfellow AFB, Tex. for love but have

his ministry started until the I I Rev. Langford, in announc- entered the Air Force in Sergeant Gallion is the son of forgotten how...

Open Today present day the church has jing the sermon series, stated September 1962. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis E. Gallion what a refreshing
steadily grown under his lead that not only would he draw The lieutenant received a B.A. Wheelersburg.. experience this movie

... An evangelistic mission opens ership. 1 heavily upon biblical material, degree from the University of The sergeant is a graduate of wiS be for you!
but that he would also draw
this morning in the Alachua Rev. Cox recently began his Florida. Wheelersburg High School. His '
I Methodist Church. The Rev. R. Southern Baptist Theological upon his experience in marriage wife, Joy, is the daughter of f Here is a motion

-, B: Rutland Jr., minister to the Seminary, Louisville, Ken., and counseling over the past 15years. Navy Ensign Joe M. Airing- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shaw of picture that is not
w Saint Paul's Methodist Church served as president of the Mis- ton, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. NE Ninth Ter., in this city. ashamed of its heart...

in'Tallahassee, will be the guest sissippi Baptist state convention REV. COX All interested persons are Arrington of Route 4, is serving I, whose people are,

a ... :'evangelist. Mr. Rutland, a board in 1962.Westside ) urged to attend and to make aboard the guided missile cruiser Navy lieutenant James M. not sick of soul. ,.
member of the Florida Conference I WilsonIn efforts to have every'member USS Canberra, operating out Bockler, son of Mr. and Mrs. "
Rev. William T. Crosby, pastorof Mrs. of their of San Diego, Calif. 1 J. F. Bockler of 3224 NW 13th I It is the story of a-
Board of Evangelism of present to receive
: The Methodist Church, is also Calvary Baptist Church said: Methodist the full benefit of the sermon -I Canberra recently assisted in St., recently achieved two mile-!; man who fought for
board and "We are fortunate to have ob-! series. Rev. !the transporting of a Greek sea- stones in his Naval Aviation I what he believed in...
the treasurer for the Langford fur-
tained the services of a man of man with an appendicitis attack career. sometimes with
: the Tallahassee district secretary WSCS Post ther stated that those persons I
this caliber to lead us in our who from a Greek merchant vessel While flying with Carrier Air- passion.sometimes
: of evangelism. He is considered are presently experiencing
revival. Revival has already ; !to facilities in San borne f
hospital Early Warning Squadron
marriage will with laughter..anda
I one of Florida Metho- ORLANDO Mrs. John W. difficulty gain a
started in the Church; for the I Diego.Canberra's. 12, in the Atlantic Fleet, and'' ,
: dism's finest preachers. Wilson of Gainesville has been new insight into the Christian z with the love
last three Sundays various ones Home and the doctor boardedthe Carrier Airborne Early Warning i
The Rev. Allan Stuart, pastor have come to Christ for the first elected to a two-year term as should exist there.Florida'concepts'which. merchant vessel and assisted Squadron 11, in the Pacific, he ''pxaB k V f of the exciting
!:: of Alachua' Methodist Church, time and many have moved vice president of the Florida in removing the seaman.: compiled 200 arrested carrier I woman who shared

....' announces that Mr. Rutland will their Church Letter to Calvary.Let Methodist Conference Woman'sSociety Canberra then steamed to with- landings and 2,000 hours in the :t his exciting dreams!

ZT preach ,the morning service, me take this opportunity to' of Christian Service. Vote in four miles of the entrance of' Grumman "Tracer" jet aircraft 5.,
::- April 12, and four evening services !invite each and every one to I She and other new officers the San Diego ship channel :1 '

**. Sunday through Wednes- attend these revival. services. were installed at the society's where the stricken seaman was! Bockler is serving with Car- wORESEIIrt
day. He will also address the I Calvary's three-day annual meet i n g, In CongressWASHINGTON removed by the Coast Guard' rier Airborne Early Warning' FRanss
Randall S. Dampier, \4)
combined young adults Sunday minister of music, will which'ended here Thursday Cutter Cape Hatteras and trans- Squadron 11, aboard the attack I IDonH I IT
I night (April 9)).
1 School classes at 10 a.m. and I onsman's
lead the congregation and the (AP) How
the Youth Fellowship at 6:30 Mrs. Wilson, who lives at 2
: choir in gospel songs each night S.W. 43rd Terrace, has served Florida members of Congresswere
.*:: p.m. ,Randall is a student at the University -! the last four years as public relations recorded as voting on recent -

4-* In honor of Mr. Rutland the of Florida.A chairman of the confer- roll calls:
_. young people will have a spa- '
modem, ell-equipped nursery ence society. Senate .i
ghetti supper Sunday at 6 p.m.I One of the state's largestwomen's "* !
will be available for the No roll calls m period cov- s
? and there will be coffee miss the premier showing ujau
groups with '
organizations ,
,comfort of children each night. ered. of four all new homes today at
= meeting in homes"after the I more than"47,000 members, the Highland Court Manor. See back "
-s. services each evening. WSCS is affiliated with the House page of classified section for details. ': .- : NORMAN VINCENT r.E4lETHURSDAY
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Church to NoteAnniversary On 233-39 of bill 4x .
Methodist Church's g e neral passage au- ..
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Hi Special music will be provided y1. ... ,.,
board of missions. It helps thorizing an appropriation of not
the various choirs including sup- .
1 port the church's missionary more than $13,553.23 for the ses- ,-.'
the Junior Choir, the -' "
home and in 40 other quecentennial celebration of the
program ; !
Adult Chorus and the
Young w -
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countries. Battle of Lake Erie. Fort Ben -
Choir soloists The second anniversary of
Sanctuary ,
!the Faith Independent Baptist Mrs. C. Durward Johnson of nett, Cramer, Fascell, Gibbons __n_ :} .:.;:! ',: --- -- -
:' and good congregational sing- .
Quincy was elected president of Matthews. Against: Fuqua, Ha- 1- 1 '. "'::
>.*. ing led by Mr. Stuart Church, 719 NW 31st Ave., will -. ,_. .' ,.
"'II*k be observed today from 11am. the Florida Conference society. ley, Herlong, Rogers. Not voting 5' --- ,'" -
'* The central theme for the : Gurney, Pepper, Sikes. ;
to 7:30 '; '
'" p.m.Special '
*, revival wilt be "Message From In a HurryST. .4." ,:J ,i. 'f, ."- J.j.1
On of bill
:.JL Prison Cell," and all ,attending speaker for the program passage, ,4iI JJl ", :"!
-' will be given a free copy of will be the Rev. Richard .' CLOUD, Minn. (AP) calling for a food stamp program ',' "

". Paul's "Letter to the Phillip- DeHaan, son of Dr. M.,,R. De- Harry DeVine got all his flying for needy families. ,'" 1 ,. .'J ."'_'.-....., pians," for reading and study. Haan, formerly of Mutual radio lessons in_one day. I For: Fascell, Fuqua, Gibbons,
The public is invited. Bible class in Michigan and now Anxious to start using the Herlong Matthews, Pepper,

associated with "Truth for plane his employer recently I Rogers, Sikes. Against: Bennett, .

Class to i Meet Truth" Tampa. Dinner will be' bought, Devine made 70 take- Cramer, Gurney, Haley.On .
served on the grounds. I' offs and landings at St. Cloud '

The monthly business meet- Pastor of the church is the Airport Friday between 6 a.m.j wheat passage- cotton, 211 subsidy- 203,bill.of : Ptf;: lgi'h", I

Ing of Par kview BaptislChurch's Rev. Mack H. Richardson. and 7:15 p.m., when he was For: Fascell, Fuqua, Herlong,
I checked out two required solo
Sue Waits class will Matthews, Pepper. .,. ,
be Saturday at 3 p.m. The About 40 per cent of all copper flights. /
group will meet at the home of produced in the United Statesis DeVine, 30, the father of four, Against: Bennett, Cramer,
the hostess, Mrs. H. W. Coal- taken from the mines of Ariz. will use the plane in his job of Gibbons, Gurney, Haley, Ro
son, 4156 NW Ninth Street ona. selling printed forms to banks.I gers. Q \ Y QrA. .

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GAINESVILLE CHURCHES Baptist Church, cher Rd., services at 11 ajn. Nazarene, 3545 W. 'Un-*.v. Ave., :' i
services at 10:45: am.and 7:30 0 :. R
Advent Churches 4039 Newberry Road, servicesat and 7:30 p.m.University
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Pentecostal Holi- p.m.
Advent Christian Church, 617 ness Church, Odd Fellows temple NondenominationalWest
NJJ 1st St, services at 11 a.m. CatholicSt at 740 SE 2nd Ave., servo I Side Christian Church,

and 7:30 p.m."Umbarger Augustine Chapel, 1738,ices at 11 a. n. and 7:30 p.m.Interdenominational meeting at Gainesville Little '
Memorial Advent W. Univ, Ave., Sunday massesat ,Theatre, 4039 NW 16th Ave., 4 ct \ % i 1)5
;( Christian, 19th St at 45th' Ave.. 9:30 and 11 ajn. and 12 !service at 11 a.m. 4 5 5

services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 noon, daily mass Mon. throughFri. Gainesville Drive-In' Church, PresbyterianFirst iti: :
;m. at 6:30: and 11:15 a.m., Sat Hawthorne Road, service at Presbyterian Church

; ... Alliance Churches at 9 a.m. Confession Tues. and 8:30 a.m. 106 SW 3rd St, services at 11 tt:1'M:

First Alliance, 11 a.m., worship Thurs. at 7 p.m., and Fri. at The Salvation Army, 232 SW a.m. and 7:30 p.m. { .,a. :
at Bishop Jr. High, 1901 5 44r
p.m. 2nd Ave. services at 11 a.m. Grace Presbyterian Church
KE 9th St, 7:30 p.m. service at St Patrick's Church, 704 NE 3146 NW 13th St., service at 11
and 7:30 .
63.7 SE 1st Ave. 1st St., masses at 6, 7:30: 9, p.m.Jehovah's ajn.

; Baptist 10:30 a.m. and 12 noon. Witnesses Highlands Presbyterian Church -
: First 425 W. Univ. Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's'Witnesses
..... ChristianFirst 1124 NE 3rd Ave.iservice I 1001 NE 16th Ave., servicesat .,triJw
Ave. ,
services at 11 and
a.m. Christian Church, -SW 11 a.m. and 7:30 S
p.m.Kanapaha L b
6:30 ;
at JA
: 't;30 p.m.Calvary. 2nd Ave. at 8th St., service at pjn. ,Presbyter Ian : 5r

= : Baptist Church, SErth 11 LnthenmFirst Church, Archer Road past f
St., services at 11 ajn. ajn.Christian Scientist Lutheran Church, 1801,Medical Center, service at 11
: .and 7:30 pjn. Christian Science Church, 420 NW 5th Ave., services at 8:30and a.m.

-, :Carol Estates Baptist Wesley Community Metho- 11 ajn.Gethsemane.
:;Church, 1428 NE, 20th Place Church of Christ Lutheran Quakers
:' grvices at 11 ajn. and 7:30 Church of Christ, 205 NW Church, 1905 NE 12th St, service Religious Society of Friends,

p.m. 14th St, services at 11 a.m. and at 11 a.m.University 1921 NW tod Ave., service at
.. 'bId. Fashioned Missionary 6.30 pm_ Lutheran Church, 11 a.m. ,1.55 .
R Baptist Mission, at corner of Northeast Church of Christ, 1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at Unitarian-Universallst
NW 6th St. and 34th Place, services 418 E. Univ. Ave., Bible studyat 11 ajn. Unitarian Universalist Fellowship -I ':.

: at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 10 a.m., services at 11 ant Methodist I no. 1204 NW 10th Ave., ,.5S .
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Methodist 1400 school and services :;j.I'I' '4 !r : :f '. V ', J J 5!
M .Eastside Baptist Church, 1501 and 6 p.m.'Ibirtyninth. i Centenary Sunday .
y : E. Univ. Ave., services at 11 Avenue Churchof SE Hawthorne Road, services both at 11 ajn.AREA .

... ;m. and 7:30 pm. I Christ, 1811 NW 39th Ave., at 11 am. and 7:30 p.m. CHURCHES
.. Faith Independent Baptist services at 9 am. and 6lb First Methodist, 419 NE 1st AN INTERNATIONAL CELEBRITY ARRIVES AT THE PYU=
: Church NW 31st Ave. at 7th p. m. St, services at 8:45 and 11 Assembly of God -

.,, Ter., services at 11 a.m. and University Avenue Church 'of,a.m. Fellowship at 5:30: ser First Assembly of God, Wal-- --

730; pjn. Christ, 639 ,E.. Univ. Ave., services ice at 7 p.m. do Road, services at 11- ajn.. ::-<. "' -
.Forest Park Baptist 1624 at 11 a.m. and 6:30 pjn. New Northeast Methodist Ho- and 7:30 pm. The occasion is the New York World'i Fair...the seen smoothness of our transmissions improved'Hydra-

+. NW 5th Ave., services at 11 Church Of Ooa ward Bishop Jr. High Cafetor- Baptist is the spectacular General Motors Futurama-and the Matie or new Turbo Hydra-Matic. -*..

k: ajn. and 7:45 pan. Church of God, Hawthorne ium, 1901 NE 9th St, serviceat Archer Baptist Church Archer ear, of course, is Cadillac. There l II the luxury of elegantly appointed interiors,
Ga" ville Primitive Bap. Road :and Third Ave., servicesat 11 ajn.Trinity services at 11 a. m. and 3 v And the Cadillac ear is a standout attraction even in together with the great convenience of power bra cT'ei-ind

.. Ust Church, SW 34th St at Ar-. 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. Methodist Church this distinguished international company. Drive any steering (plus power windows on most modelspBUt

cher Road, service at 11 a.m. i EpiscopalEpiscopal 3536 NW 8th Ave., services at pjn.Eliam Baptist Church, Mel- of eleven 1964 models and you'll discover why. have turned the 600-mile day into a restful re3R5H?

4, North Central Baptist I' Center, Chapel of services rose, worship services at 11 There's Cadillac's. magnificent and silent power. A And there is also investment. Find a fine c4Q3 ]?oucan

Church' 404 NW 14th Ave.," ser- the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ. ajn. and 7:30 pjn. '340-iorsepower V-8 engine-most powerful in Cadillac that returns more than your Cadillac when jou
k vices at 8:30: and 11 a.m., and Ave., Holy Communion at J I Wesley Foundation and Uni-- First Baptist Church of Mic- history-generates performance so swiftly that we choose to sell or trade it. -. --
7:30 p.m. am.. morning prayer at 11 versity Methodist Church 1320 anopy, services at 11 ajn. and
caution even long-time Cadillac owners to mind their Visit your Cadillac dealer soon. His aef etlon: of
Oak Hill 800 NW First Sunday, Holy Com- W. Univ. Ave. services at 8:45 7:30 .
Baptist, 40thAjAve. I a.m. p.m.Williston speedometers. There is, in addition, the remarkable international favorites has never been more I I .
., services at 11 a.m. and munion at 11 am. and 11 a.m. Baptist Church, ser* ... -..ng.A
'.$7:30 pm. I Holy Trinity, 116 NE 1st St. Mormon vices at 11 ajn. and 8 p.m. y
*"J Oak Park Baptist Church, Holy Communion at 8 ajn. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Methodist MORE TEMfJINO THAN EVER-AND JUST WAIT ILL YOU DHVE IT-SEE YOU AUTHORIZED CADIUACB&G Diitra;::

".:4610 Archer Rd., services at morning prayer at 9:30 and 11.First Day Saints, 1220 SW 5th Alachua Methodist, SE > 1st :
49:45 and 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn. Sunday Holy Communion Ave., Sunday school, 10 am., St, service at 11 a.m. > lj C..f i.- MOTOR CO. INC. :j

'. t Parkview Baptist, 3403 NW at 8,. 9:30 and 11.: Sacrament meeting, 6:30 pjn. !Melrose Methodist, services at .
!jl3th Sl, services at 11 ajn St Michael's, 2180 MilhopperRoad Nazarene 11 ajn. and 7:30 pm. 115 S. E.. 2nd STREET GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA :

4:and 7:45 p.m. Holy Communion at 8:30a.m. First Church of the Nazarene Orange Creek Methodist US- '- ,'. -1""' ...- -
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*. Pine: Grove Baptist Church, .: family service at 9:30; 302 SE 1st Ave., servicesat 301 north of Hawthorne, serviceat { t ; 1 ,j ; I'j

4390 NW 39th Aviv, services at morning prayer at 11 a.m., on', 10:45 a.m. and :':30 PJXL 9:30 a.m.Newberry. t'r .
11 a.m. and 7:30 ,p.m., 1st and 3rd Sundays, Holy Com* Trinity Church of the.. Kazan- Methodist servicesat : c
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Ridgeview Baptist Chorea, muftion oa 2nd and 4th Sundays. ene, 926 NW 31st 4 ve., servicesat 9:55 ajn and 730 pm. ..S.. >_,..,;*.,- *. Y''"' = ... -<, -. ";',.. II. ... _
NW 19th St, services at 11 Holiness 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn. Williston Methodist Church, r .i"'f'e'ff. ::-

am. and 8 p. m __ Eliam Pentecostal SW h)0. University Ave. Church of the,services at U a.m. and '8 pjn. :. .. ,
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11 THIS IS. F PentagonOrder Hits Experts to Evaluate

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11 I > t, 'f-' j Schools UF's Forestry SchoolSome

Our Town
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I 5 ggM1a : /- I ::1:," 1t1, By JACK RAYMOND 35 forestry experts from in order to determine how these

L- &: : Sent fork Ste industry public agencies and curricula can be strengthened.

''f r By JEAN CARVERFor 'if1 WASHINGTON The Pentagon forestry schools at Yale, Duke, School of Forestry Director
: Michigan, Iowa State, forth John Gray said the objective of
two such pomp and cir bench set up for spectators, you has ordered the discontinu Carolina State and the Virginia undergraduate training 1$ to
i cumstance sounding words federal can see him stifle a yawn.In I ance of enrollment of military Polytechnic Institute will meeton provide a broad fundamental
%J JI "/R'H ,w. x 'oySr Y wawaI K court, Gainesville fashionis the jury box at the left, service personnel in" civilian the University, of Florida educational foundation for professional
far from the impersonal austerity -, the jurors shift as the afternoon I schools that practice racial'dis campus next Wednesday and development

you would expect. I heat begins to win its battle crimination.This I Thursday for a, complete evaluation
with the big silver fans. I of the School of Forestry'straining : Three new areas industrial
order does
This was federal court weekat not affect the forestry, tropical forestry', and
the post office building. Andit One juror nods or shakes as I Reserve Officer Training programs.Dr. r recreational resources management -
was like stepping back into he emphasizes his to Corps. But it does affect the,
d by 6 responses E. T. York Jr. provostfor will Iso be exploredfor
,the 1920's. questions put to him and the large-scale education training agirculture said that this possible addition to the

I From the mysterious shadowscast other 11 jurors by a battery of programs in which about 100,000 program of evaluation is extremely School of Forestry program.On .
uniformed take
students courses
the grillwork of attorneys. Later he follows the significant in that it will conclusion of the two-day
through at civilian schools colleges
.! I cross examination of a witness aid the University in graduat meet the group will make recommendations
the elevator that lets peek and universities.
4f$ ___ at the cables and like he's at tennis match. : ing forestry students academIcally to the School of
through elevator shaft to the The clerk, seated in .front of Officials said they had no I prepared to meet the Forestry which will be considered -
City Wide WinnersMelissa faded murky elegance of the heavy the judge stretches a bit in his way of knowing how many servIcemen needs of industry for trained by the faculty in preparing
velvet drapes and their chair and chews on his glasses would be affected by the personnel.Dr. I revisions for approval by the
Rehling, left, of J. J. Finley Elementary School, and Julie Larson, green frame. order. A Pentagon spokesmansaid University Curricula Commit
the visit
was York will welcome the
of Bishop Junior High, won citywide honors in vocal competition recently. gold fringe, The judge interrupts, provingwith he:could not ascertain how tee. .
,They will perform as guest soloists at the fifth annual GHS Variety Chorale nostalgia. an imposing frown and a much money the Defense Department group to the campus in a general
spends in such session in Hume Library, a
Wednesday night. The second floor courtroomis pro-
chin that he is capableof unit of the Hall
a rectangle surrounded by 10 resembling a thundercloud .I grams., plex. com- The skin of American In-
pseudo columns of honey-I and admonishes the defense at. Exceptions to the order per dians is not red but brown
3 Students Will Conduct I colored oak along the walls. torney' on his line of question- mit the completion of courses,. Serving as chairman of the: sometime shading almost to
which is a technical ad
adorned with group
Each column is
by presently enrolled students! white. The Indians' fondnessfor
i old-timey ball lamps. iTwo of ing."Let's move along," the :or those whose applications for. visory committee will be Don painting themselves with red
the lamps removed to plug in judge instructs and begins rock- certain courses had been approved ald D. Stevenson chief foresterof ocher or vegetable dyes led ear.

l At GHS Variety Chorale the two huge fans that cool the ing the big green chair. I before the issuance of poration the Buckeye Foley. Dr.Cellulose Stanley Cor A. ly explorers to call them "Red
room.) the order and pursuance of special skins."
.. This time next year the court courses not generally avail Fontana dean emeritus Schoolof

Student talent will keynote the Wayne Lee will conduct Men. tone solo "I Love Life", by At various spots in the will have a new setting. The able. The order is similar to .one Natural Sciences, Universityof MORTGAGE MONEY
Variety Chorale.to be presented delssohn's "Lift Thine Eyes"; Manna-Zucca. squared-off ceiling where fancy building will be shiny and new. issued by federal civilian Michigan, will serve as con- 5Vi % INTEREST
by the Gainesville High School Donald Johnson will conductIsaac.s I scroolwork sets off blocks like The carpet and curtains will agencies last August. sultant. TERMS TO 25 YEARSBUYBUILD.REFINANCC
I Among the songs to be sung I large, exaggerated waffles, the probably match instead of
Girls. Chorus and Mixed Choir "Innsbruck I Now Must I The committee will examine CALl
: April 15 at 7:30. Leave Thee"; and Patricia by the combined choruses areGraun's plaster is peeling unceremoni clashing faded green with royal Norman S. Paul, assistant secretary current programs in forest management PH. FR 2.2511
Anne Rehbein will conduct Palestrina's I "Surely He Hath Borne ously. blue. Lights will probably glisten of defense for manpower, wildlife managementand 825 N.W. 13th STREET
Three students will mount the Our Griefs"; Berger's "T he from hidden recesses. signed the memorandum.His DAN BYRD
"Grant Us Thy HolyPeace"
podium and become conductors. Eyes of All Wait Upon Thee"; The judge's bench rises In its Comfort will be assured forest products technology
.... and Scarlatti's "Exultate Deo" stark austerity at the, back of! office is also responsible
,. Piano solists will be Gail Van the room, directly in the center,I through central air conditioningand i for the program the Pentagon
Mansfield Popering playing Cho p i n's Mellissa Rehling from J. J. hiding much of Federal Judge I heat instead of iron radiators initiated last year to persuade
,-: Y "Waltz fa B minor"; Therese Finley Elementary School and Harrold Carswell of Tallahassee. or: huge fans that look more officials of communities near
i1m.:"B ID1ed Rice playing Chopin's "Etude Julie Larson from Howard Bishop like airplane propellors. military bases to end discrimin
In G flat"; and Patricia Anne I Junior High School will Hope it's half as human as the atory practices affecting serve

CLgyi LAND.iOhio- CAP) Rehbein playing Bach's "Fan I be guest soloists. e The best way to tell he's thereis old federal building. ice personnel.

1 A movie.starring Jayne Mans- tasy, In minor". Guest conductor Russell Dan- bv" the steady tilt-tilt-tilt of,. I
7Ieldr'">iPrornlsesrPromises," Singing,solos for the last time burg from the Department of the big' green leather back of ..,. .
'aCtteen7rul6drTQbscene and at Gainesville High School will Music at the University of Florida his chair. I NEW 1964 GMC
I T&fficjals i 3 of ;subqrban. East be sopranos Coral Anne Boyles, will conduct the Mixed
Carol Shea and Patricia Anne Occasionally, as he straightens
Cleveland have been given a Chorus singing "Hymns of
Rehbein. The three girls up in the chair and you PICKUP TRUCKS i I
tree Hnd-to 1 Interfere with its Praise Then Let Us Sing" from ,
:ihowIh .. .:-. ..:. graduating seniors. Miss Boyles: his oratorio "Beyond Lies God". straighten on the polished oak !i .Tike t our up the low M discount months to prices.pay
will sing Puccini's "Donde .k':, Furniture Manufacturers Simple
Y frammGAMeasourt, JudgeHugh Lieta"; Miss Shea will sing $1768LOW I 13th House St.South Main St. .t South
A. Corrigan based his Strickland's "My Lover Is A Health insurance benefits paid i
ruling- Friday on the fading of Fisherman"; and Miss Rehbein a '
out in 1963 averaged an estimated 't */
a jury empaneled especially to will sing Bizet's "Agnus Del".: $1.3'million a day. In 1953, DOWN PAYMENT
determine whether, the film conformed Other soprano soloists will be: benefits averaged $6.7 million Low Monthly Paymentsypmfrac / 1i
to accepted community- Peggy Thompson singingGrieg's I daily. Paid Advertising
,: standards. "Solvejg's Song"; Suzanne I i
The judge refused to enjoin Marting singing Barber's i
Lunch Where Your Friends Lunch- 1 i
East Cleveland officials from "Sure On This Shining Night"; I'''
Interfering with the film's show- Lynn Sandefur singing "The WHERE? t.. c 6ML cn
Ing.The Moon Behind the Cottonwood"; I
\. film was closed at the and Wanda Hertel singing tematttlla' 220 N.W. 8th Are. 372-3582 I
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I Hidden Factors in an Electionr And He's 90 HOWEY IN-THE HILLS-'the student center will-- conftftin \
Florida Secretary of State Tom a college size gymnajfum as ;
I KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Adams will be featured speaker well as other recreational facilities
By ALLEN MORRIS hews.Jr., W Jacksonville run at the precise moment when worth thousands of votes. saw opportunity in the Pepper- and game rooms. Inclusion I
70, Dr. at ceremonies to dedicate the
In 1939, when he was
f 1 I reached his decision at a b out the medium for which he was When George Smathers was I Smathers election to express of a catering kitchen abd
Howey student
TALLAHASSEEAfter the the same time. Miami's M a yor I ideally suited happened to seeking to unseat CongressmanPat their disillusionment with a war- Rush E. Castelaw told an inter- center Academy I conference rooms in plans will
on 28, to
months and of May according
aration, now even the years prep-j Robert King High was the last I achieve a significant state of use Cannon of Miami, who had time ally.People. viewer: Dr. C. A. Vaughn, Jr., academy make the center available to-
to commit himself to the strug- in Florida. been a thorn in Pepper's side, I off-campus for i
groups meetingsand
the six aspirants for the Democratic late the fall: Smathers reportedly asked Pep-. often say nowadays: "Worry shortens life peple .
gle perhaps as as I' Two years earlier, J. Brailey banquets, said Vaughn.
j nomination for Governor I "Who's i to be the ext with adequate annuities outlive
o n n
intervene g g
.. of last year.If Odham caught radio at per to with the Wash- Construction began on the I I
have been committed, to the I atten-I Governor?" When they do, sug- those with financial worry. A
authoities to hold
we learn anything from matic moment. With an ington up an- $300,000 facility January 18, and
people.A Florida political history, it is' tion claiming device known nouncement of an expansion at gest the y 1 o ok at the.figures man with a chronic ailment is State School SuperintendentThomas I When Moses climbed Mount
s t a tewide that the result well may be decided -as a talkathon, Odham knocked the Key West naval base so from nearly every first primary apt to take good care of him- D. Bailey was featured Sinai he looked out over one ofAsia's
candidacy resembles by some factor no one Supreme Court Justice Alto Cannon could not claim credilSmathers (1956 being the conspicious exception -self. I have an ample annuity,'speaker at cornerstone laying I most desolate spots. The
a football defeated Cannon, and ) and see how a relatively and I have a chronic ailment. ceremonies March 4. landscape is one of saw-toothed
Cracker recognized during the period of Adams out of the race at the .
? team. The few thousand votes I should live to be a hundred.
the delayed word have separatedthe Enclosing 28-, 'mountains, eroded and
preparing for the c a m p a ign. starting gate and then al m o s 1 t may
roach labors helped Sma t hers in Monroe top three or four finishers.In 000 square feet of floor stark valleys.
to There are breaks, some of which unhorsed Dan McCarty, who had Dr. Casteaw turned 95 last space
long prepare Politics .
*.the team for all can be manipulated but mostof for six or more years been County.In 1960, Farris Bryant led week and said he couldn't see,
"the e v entual- which are beyond reach of groomed for every eventuality- 1950, the shoe was certainly Doyle Carlton by 7,279 votes. anything remarkable about itJ! -, We Know Who is Good,
'Ities he can. the candidates. except the talkathon. Incidentally on the other foot for Pepper, Carlton headed Haydon Burnsby He's the only survivor of the I fc-Mi
think of and for the-counter-' Who could have foreseen, only two years later the radio with JSmathers now his rival. 19,876. John McCarty trailed I class of 1887 at Greenfield (ffl.)I That's All Understood!
>ing actions possible within the four years ago, that a few sit- talkathon was just another gim- Many things were happening in Burns by 21,602. A headline then.High School and came to Kansas r t
{Capabilities of his iquad:; / "*in demonstrations would influence -mick.U. the world, and all hurt Pepper.His easily could have been worth City in 1888. 'i Vote and Support
the result of the election S. Senator Claude Pepper campaign staffers were ter- thousands of votes, and victoryor : : <
H But once the season '
opens then? swamped a field of four in 1944 rified the defeat to a candidate for the
Bother forces take over, and mat- by possibility of a na- .
-3efs are largely out of the Who could have foreseen 10'and his victory has been attri- tional railroad strike because of runoff. I It BOB JORDAN
Coach's hands, except for relatively years ago the juxtaposition of buted in some measure to the i Pepper's identification with la-I At the moment, this year's a p
minor adjustments. So itUs television's development and Federal government having bor, and the threat alone of the field seems even more closely Your Sherif
with the candidates once.mid- Roy Collins' candidacy? Surelyhe stepped in at the right momentto strike damaged Pepper.Too I bunched. The candidates and _
i didn't, for he was mighty free from tolls the G a n dy
-April has been reached. the Russians were behaving their supporters are all now in Pd. Air.
perturbed when first introduced bridge across Tampa Bay. Thisis I t i!
The preparation could have badly, and many Floridians the hands of time and chance.
to the camera at Jackson- an example of the engineered
covered: Some
years. ville. Yet Collins happened to break, and it may have been
-begin as lads in knee pants.
iBut now all are like men on roller '
skates: going sometimeswhere Revival Preaching at the
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.* Certain it is that Mayor Hayjon -,
Burns of Jacksonville and''
former Senator Fred 0. Dickinson .oP HICKORY RANCH SWEET SMOKED
Jr., of .West Palm Beach' 1501 E. University Ave. a
commenced their present cam-'I
paigns on the evening of the
knockout first primary in 1960. i SLICED BACON ;
Senator Scott Kelley of Lake-, > EARLY WEEK & I
land well may have decided in, April ,
1961. Representative Fred B. 7:30 nightly
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.. Sunday, April 12, 1964 Gainesville Sun 131

Doris Margaret McGHI If, Gainesville Oak Shades, 3130 NE 13th St.. res I -
and James' Harvey ,Sheppard, 21. .:ence, $0,000, Turk-Held S -
Gainesville Cabot Corporation, 350 NE 23rd Boulevard President Makarios as saying I EOKA chief who
I Mary Etta Norman, 21. Gainesville build a foundation for a refinery fought for u

; / SEE and Moses Staton Jr., 24 Gainesville. and fuel tanks $2. 00. his government was not prepared dependence from Britain.
Lynne Conley Dickinson 21. Gainesville Ezra
I E. Smith, 4232 NW 19th St., resi
Gainesville., and Ronald' Robert Mayhew, 21. dance $12.000.Georve Pass Stirs to wait indefinitely for I
Loomis 1003 NE 15th Place Thousands of chanting Greel
Catherine TAYlor. 21, MIcanopy. and remodel residence $391.S the Turks to open the road and
Harold Eugene Jackson, 25. Gaines Cypriot students
: : Cavity demonstrate

,. by'"I ville.Sophie' Pamela Nail 21. Gainesville Mackey-Hudson Arnold and Wright residence on the GunfireBy that his security forces were shortly before Makarios *
"I and Roy Richard Lamb 21. Gainesville. Tract S25.000.E. Up I left fa
Patricia E. Smith, 3626 NW 34th St.. resi capable of opening it up if negotiations -
I : brook N. June Y.. and Grey,Harvey 29. L Harold I m m- dance S14.000.Martin fail.Pressure talks in Athens with Greek of

Green.Catherine 29. Gainesville.Patricia Gaffey. 21. Gainesville dence $14,000.Chitty 3u NW 34th- St. resi HAL MCCLURE ficials and Grivas.

and George Raymond Idler, 26, dence Martin$7,000.Fletcher Chilly, 232 SE 45th Ter.. resi continued on Maka
There has
Gainesville. NICOSIA been a wejl pub
Cyrtlle Buchman Browne, 52, New Builders. 4401 NW 16th I Cyprus (AP- rios to bring back to Cyprus licized
I York City Joseph Weil. 44 Gainesville. residence. S24000. Greek and Turkish campaign for Grivas' return
CITY COURT $35 Mamie Delores Wllkerson 23. petty 17. 1103 SE 3rd St.. Monte Evans Cleve Alice Lucille Owens 3*. Bell. and Posted Frank Marlon In section 2$. town- Cypriots exchanged -from Greece Gen. George Griv- to his homeland '
April 7 ,., larceny. 10 days and $25 or 10 more land. 29. 414 NE 2nd ST.. William Henry Ervin Boyette S3. BelL .. ship 10, range 1f, residence. $400. leat
Acting Judge w........ Andrews: days Otto Courtney. 57, 425 SE 1st St.. Ftulk. 26. *25 NW 14th Ave.. DennIs Ruth Lloyd, 58. Ocala and Thomas Walter I. Kermevson 2341 SE 1fth light gunfire Saturday -as, the former underground Greek Cypriot forces. |
drunk $25 or 10 days; Edward Parrish. II. 1521 SE 23rd Place. Cunningham Adams. 70. Ocala. Aye. swimming pool. $500.Today. at the
Feund sullty Suzie Coye Smith. 4!. Charles Vestor Taylor, 33. Tupelo. George Washington Orawdy Jr.. 1L, Terry Elaine Kiebler 22 St. Peters- strategic Kyrenia
and Harry WAhl Jr.. 39. 234 SE 1st Route Box Lee burg and William Frederick I
Miss.. drunk $25 or 10 days; Marvin 2. 172. Sherman Sharp- Malzone. Pass. There were no of
St. both drunk $40 or 20 Tin- 22. Gainesville reports
Foster, 43. Jacksonville drunk $25 or man 29, 261 NW 4th Ave. Billy John
ley Rlley. 30. Williston. and John Wes- 10 days; and Woodrow Starling. 42. 417 Nobles. 17. 319 NW 7th Ter.. James Thelma Mobley 17. Gainesville and casualties.The .
ley Smith. 43. Grove Park both drunk NW 4th Ave.. drunk $25 or 10 days Edwards Duke 27. 1763 SW 36th Place. Alfred Johnson. 20. Gainesville. CARS IN '
$25 or 1J days Flossie Mae WUson. Frank Taylor Hobbs 47. Route 3. Box; Gary Leonard Self, 26. PInehurst Trailer Murllla Ann Hilker 21. Gainesville.
41 512 SW 3rd SU disorderly conduct. 546.&. Douglas William Russell. 30. Jacksonville Park, Sidney Leopold, 47. 3547 NW and William Albert Morris 27, Gaines- In History pass, held by the Turkish 'I
$40 or 20 days Grover Thomas Alison Wllburn Hiram 4th St.. Jack Homer Baggett. 47. 3404 ville.
Peacock .
17, 540 NE 5th Ave.. speeding $10' 24 311 NE 10th St., and Jerald Thomas Jr. NW 4th St.. David Richard MaIner 22. Lucienne Pirenian 24. Gainesville. eI Cypriots controls the main- road- --- EUROPE :
or 10 days Vllous Cleo Hicks 43. 307 Ocala Robert Paul Jones. 17, 6M NW Robert William Decker. 24. Gainesville. between
Milanich this
1$ Hume Hall,
speeding all THE capital and :
SW 4th Ave.. falling to yield the right ItSl Mae Denson :Xnd Place and Manuel Reese. S3 614 Mable Purdy 39. Ocala and Harry PRESS
33 Route
of way from a stop sign $25 or 15 4. Box II. driving while Intoxicated I SE 13th St. Richardson 59. Oca la. Today is renia on the island's north
days Mlchele Louise DeHart 21. Gainesville Sunday, April 12, 47; THEJFFICIAL
$160 I Suspended the sentences of Leo
or 60 days and drivers
Mary Kay Dean If, 117 NW 3rd taken for three months and M license and Allen Ricks 26, 720 SE 4th Ave, loud Gainesville.. and James Rlcharo Gober. 26. the 103rd day of 1964. There coast. Opening up this highway
Ave.. passing In an intersection $25 muffler, 17.50 or two days; and Chris I to 4
or 15 days* Arthur Lee Campbell. 4!. run. dismissed. Patrick Kelly IS. 1322 SW 12th Ave., Dorothy Arbutus Atkinson 24 Gainesville are 263 days left in the year.Today's Greek Cypriot traffic has
403 NE 1st St.. running a red light. $5 Floyd Ashley Seaton. 30. 259 SW Archer speed::: !ng, $15 or 10 days. and Craig Morrison Klrts. 22. been the subject of negotiations '..
or three days David Leslie Alder..tCJ Read. failure to yield the right of Disrrlssed charges against Doll Hollywood. highlight in history; MANUFACTURER'S
Jr.. l$. 1422 NW 3rd Place. reckless way. $25 or 10 days; Byron Craig lewis. Sreen 62, Jacksonville failing to yield Christel Adele Elsele, 23 Pensacola On this date in 1861 the between the U.N. Command and
19. letter Hill and Stuart Lathron Bowers. 23. Gaines- sun
HEi driving $75 30 das RosA Andre ) running a stop sign.
or ; the right of way; Linda Jones Carswell. the Turkish '
Caleano 26. 1117 NW 3rd Ave.. mak 7.59 or three days; Ra-n Prasad Sarda 22 3453 NW 1st Court disorderly conduct ville. was rising over Charleston Harbor Cypriots in the past 'AX-FREE PRICES
Divorces Started
ing' *' left turn at a red light $10 Warren Schuler Elvira Schuler. .
three days; Walter Scott 1$. f30 NE $740 or three days; Robert Joseph Zar- 1322 NW 8th St., changing lanes of vs. when secessionist Edmund -..
7th Ave.. running a stop sign $10 or our. 19. 1237 SW 2nd Ave., careless traffic improperly. Willie Williams vs. Dorothy Corley Ruffin Your A.S.TJL travel agent
driving '$25 or 10 days; Rema John Williams. pulled the lanyard of a local
10 days; and Robert Garrett McLendonJr. newspaper quoted
.. 411 NW 19th SU running are d Anderson Jr., 19. 3411 SE 19th Ave.. COURT OF RECORD Divorce Decrees gun on a shore battery. A shot 1) handles all .makes -he 1 is unbiased
GeraldIne Smith vs. Richard Smith
light $10 or 10 days. careless driving $40 or 20 days; Rosa Criminal Dispositions 2)) handles EVERY detail incl. home-shipment
Althenla Verdene
Estreated bends of Troy Chester Mar. Lee Blakley 23 411 NW '4th Ave. disorderly JUdg. Ira Carter, April I. Norman Schilling. Schilling vs. Louis went crashing across the harbor GowTCLEAN 3) sells at the lowest, tax-free, official factory prices
tin. 70. Cuttlsand Dorl Jackson Robe conduct by words and actions. C.k
"' -- I Other Suits_ Started! to Fort 4) sells only cars built for registration
erson 32 7M SE 10th St. both driving $35 or 10 days; Stephen Cypen 19, 2024 -Found guilty Barry Lawrence Gur. T. A. Perry vs. ieucneii'avis., miunclion. Sumter, and the in the USA
while Intoxicated $150 and driven license W. University Avenue no parking dew itz. 3216 NW 20th St.. Speeding. traffic dawn ushered in not 5) provides WIDE service and
suspended for three months; Os- G al. $3 or 1 day Spencer Chilton Mans and $20 costs; Ralph Vincent Modern Home Construction Company only a new warranty according to the manufacturer's
car Price Cecil Jr.. 54 Route 4, hit r rodt 20 303 NW tilts St., no license tag Hadley, Route 4. Box IMG. failure to vs. Nathaniel Batie and Bernice day but Civil War. general conditions.
,topped car $25 Gussie Fowler MCCIOIt 10 or three days faulty brakes, $5 or yield the right of way. $20 or five days; Jatie mortgage foreclosure.
lan 36. 412 SW 2nd Ter.. wo days and driving without a license Voncile Hattie Johnson 2303 NW 46th Modem Home Construction C o nv On this date 10BOOY CAN SERVE YOU
or accident, $25; Willie Mae Blake 53 was dismissed Michael Richard Me rer., driving without a license $20 or ,any vs. Clifford Rollins and Elnorla In 1777 American emIR IN THIS AREA OF TRAVEL
1431 NE 3rd Ave, improper start, $10, Bride. 20 1506 NW SIlt St.. three counts "** days; Mickey Martin. Palatka. I Rollins mortgage foreclosure. statesman Com in er JlMN for 4 taiZt &njrt. fiftratau.VORLD .
William Sidney Fox. 3$. 1J1$ SE let I of the parking out of an assigned area a: failing to yield the right of way. $25 or I University City Bank vs. Cleo But ,Henry Clay was born. MIMSII
Ave.. driving In the wrong lane $25 University $3 or two days $5 or i* days; Clyde E. Bowman. Mobile. er and Esther Butler and the United
Elizabeth Ambrose Beanie 32. WaldO.I counts hree days and $2 or one day. and twc Ishing J without a license. $20 er 10 days; States. mortgage foreclosure. In 1918, British Field Mar- TRAVEL \\tn 18t"
allowing an unauthorized person to of parking facing traffic. $5 or Ardell Jack McGinnis, LaCrosse. First _Federal Savings and Loan Association
drive. $20; Ann Snider Borresen 33. three days on each count. i ng without lights $20 or five days;park-Don vs. Lee Chalfant John G. hal Douglas Haig! issued his us StatiWv SERVICE :-- -:'

,210 A NW 3rd Ave.. passing on the right.- -Estreated the bonds of Samuel R. Cartton 104 NE 22nd St.. using a Kitchens, Lillian Silverman William f. nemorable order: "Each one .
$10? Romaine Murray. 49. Waldo drivinc boat without, a life saving device. Morgan. Chestnut Office Equlpmen c:' Is
Harper Roundtree 45. Route 3, driving MIllie Intoxicated $150 and drivers lIcense sr five days Nathan Harris. La Crosse.$20 Company First National Bank and the ,f us must fight on to the end. 808 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.
with an Improper tag $15; Olan taken for three months John withholding support sentence deferred State of Florida mortgage foreclosure.. PHONE FR 6.4641 ;,,VU ,.,
Kimball, 34 Hillcrest Trailer Park indecent Samuel Ward, 30, Hawthorne reck on the condition that he pay $7 a week First Federal Savings and Loan Association In 1941, Nazi forces captured :
exposure. $100; Franklin Ross less driving $SO; Jerald James Wil. support; Ad,., W.' Cromwell. 1124 vs. John C. Owens. Betty M. qardia
Rodents 21, Tampa and Donald Gum 1I l ams, 23 501 SE 12th Ter.. parking too Sth Ave., withholding support sentence NW Owens. Benjamin R. Thorpe and Kathleen Libya.,
Vaughn. 23. 1t NE 13th St.. both follow- lose to a fire plug. $15. Margretha deferred; and Thomas D. Tucker M. Thorpe. mortgage foreclosure. I '
Inca too elMly.. $23; Marlin Harris. 20. Brown Mills. 27. Route 4. Box 260. turnIng High Springs reckless Jr.. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing
Walter James Roillns no i from the lane driving S3) or Company vs. Hopper-Mozert Corpora
NW 2nd SL wrong of traffic $10; 15 days; R. A. Smart,
address and Betty Jean Collier IS, 401 Martha Gunn Ferguson. 24 2720 SW l check. restitution. Coleman. worthless ion. collection. .
SW 6th Ave.. disorderly conduct a 11 Archer Road driving on the left side of Estreated bonds of William Mid-Continent Casualty Company'vs.
Barber William A. Besseut collection of a pro-
$25 Richard Herbert Brown. 22. 724JW he road. $10; OrlAndo.
.* 3rd Ave.. drunk $50; James MarIon Frances Michael BerardI 21. 10 Fraternity device.using $35 a without a lifesaving mlsory note.Douglas .
; William M. J. Fred Wiliams
Cashln Cults vs.
Brown. 32. 2103 NE 4th Ave.. drunk Row. parking In a no parking Natick, Mass. falling to yield the rightof damages. .
z one, 15 William
$30 ; Cone
Owen. 22. 511
way $35; Edwardo vs. Roland Mendel
Staten Fowler. 52 20 NE 3rd St.. Morgan SE 7th St.. parking out of an assignedarea Longarle Mission -, Mary Logan Irving '
Tex.. of Gainesville.
driving without Stuart and the City
a license I
Debores. 43 Camp Quarters. John at the University S. .
$ Annie Lois
$35 Burnett and damages. :
Patterson. E personal -
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Bill Price. 34. 4210 SE 14tn Ter. and Bryant. 20. Route 2. Box 371. no parking drunk. $35 James Kenneth Wayne Smith a minor by '
Waker Odessa. .
'Mary Richey. 26. Eustl*. all drunk decal. $5; Edward S
Barry Wesson. 20 9 JohnP. ,
his father Jimmy D. Smith vs.
speeding, $35; and'William Wilson Jr.. \
$25 Dennis Edward Parrish. 1$. 1521 Fraternity Row.
; more than one on a .
Brown, dam.ges.othlr
Archer. .
:SE. 23rd Place William Paul Palow. motor scooter, $5 Lois driving without a license. $35.
; F. Williams. 32. Continued Decrees \ \ 1-"S SS
23 1102 Hume Hall, ,Matilda Call Webb 2012 NE 3rd Ave. harboring an unlicensed Holllday 16 charges NW lIPs against Ave. John n y Emil Benesh 'vs. Willie Martin and i BIRD : .,
22. 408 SW 10th SU..and Everette Cyrilo.ugh.rty. dog. $5; William Francis Sulli check worthless Ruth Martin. foreclosure. ;
Bruce ,
iLRoutt, 1. all failing to van. 21._ 1010 W. University Ave. and ;Row. Joel Krleger Frater. McKinley DeBose and Mamie DeBosevs. '
yield the rlgbt-ot way. $24; and GordonBennett Peter Hendricks Maren. 21. 1228 SW nity Ressie driving while license revoked the City of Gainesville and the Suburban .. \
Browne Jr.. 21, 2411 NE 2nd 14th Ave,. both following too closely, Way; and Herbert L. Melvin.A. 1818 NE 17th Railway. suit to quiet title. > :
Ave. careless-driving, $50. $25; William Lacey Young. 18. 726 SW Waldo both Paige J. Yew and Helen A. Tew vs.
All fined $25 for careless driv 4 n g 2nd St., and Donald Charles Dickens contributing: to the delinquency of minors Barbara R. Tew Young, mortgage fore SAVINGS S
Ann *, 31. 413 NE ; George H. Pentz Mermitt Island
were MarJorie Epstein. 1 217 NW 1st Ave, violating drivers closure.
3rd Ave., PieTIes Porter Jackson 20. license restrictions. $20; Jerome Clifford removing property under lien; JamesW. .
402* Hawthorne Road Norma Keith Berlin. 21. 2109 NE 12th St., and I Moyles MIcanopy, driving without BUILDING PERMITS '
Carmlchael"32 Hawthorne. Lewis Ann Gleaton Page. 32. 1155 NW 18th I a license; Margaret E. Durshimer April 3-18 I from our
Earl H.yesJS.. Wl NW" 4th Place.'t.ewls rer..- both falling to pay over-time park. Brooksville; and Paul H. Joyce. Hawthorne city .
failing to have his 'vehicle under >;,
Berry Nelson. 2t. Archer, James Ing tickets $5; ,.
Edward Cromarty. 32. Route. Nathan- Joseph Webb. 34. 4001 NW 41st Ave., "on' McKInley Construction Company. 2020 5'S
let Francis Murrell. 77. -229 NW Don Lewis Hannah 32. Indiana. Torn- -Ordered capias Issued for the arrest NW 23rd Ter. residence 38000. 'S
1th Av,.* .Wayn Malcomb Dean. 19.N""r mle Marcus Thomas 42. 321 SE 48th St.. of Oble Sharpe 2113 NE 8th Ave.. Robert M. SCannell. 1931 NE 7th Ter. S OJiceayearSEUS
James Franklin Brock and Timothy Ryan Hartung 20. 109 worthless check) Daniel N. Tusslnger add to a residence, 1200. SS
It.. 2315 SE tth Ave.. Charles Jordon. NE 3rd IL. making a _prhlbited U-turn. 5th Ave. allowing an unauthorized per- Northeast Church of Christ 1433 NE
35. High Springs. and Opal ,..Smith MCDonald $10; 5th Ave. allowing an unauthorized person 16th Ave.. build church. 15000.
60. 1902 SW 16th Court Charles M. Dlvelo 20. Ocala. George to drive. Robert Gregg. til E. Boulevard repair -
Jack Robinson. 52. Route 4. Carrie Washington Jones 53. 419 NE 12th Drive. charges against Jesse a residence. $130.
4 Esther Williams. 17, 424 NW Ith Ave. William Elwood Hesters. 26. 540 NW James Davis 817 NE 25th St., driving Caldwell and Martin 3720 NW 12th <

and Ira Dell Keene"Jr.. 24 1433 SE 21st Lane. Lawrence C Boyd. 43 Trenton without a license; Mary Jane Miller, Ave.. remodel residence $1,900. I:1.' '.. ,
let Ave. all driving without licenses. Seth Earl Wright. 21. 1002 W. University 3417 SW eArct.ery driving withouta Mrs. Reba D. Salisbury. 427 NW 3rd .c .. I \ ,
$20;' Archie"Wlttird Campbell,- 45; Hawthorn Ave.. Devitt John Adams. 31. lc Elizabeth R o h n. I Ave.. repair residence. $200. ti<: \.
!'. and-Sandra' Sue Sanford.' 21. 281-9 Corry Village and Robert Edward Mooresviiie Ind., driving without a John L. Curry 427 NW 6th Ave., put i :

3317 NW 4th st.-passing. at an Intersection. Clem. 23. 1041 NE 7th St.. all care- license. withholding support. $20 addition to residence $600- : .
$10; less driving. $25 costs; R. V. Wilkes 1014 SE 3rd St., W. P. Ridgway 1303 NW 31st St., ;t SPECIAL
Steven ATan-Stndker. 1*. 9 Fraternity Watson Lee Showers. 21. 810 NW 3rd disorderly conduct; $20 costs; and Samuel residence. S20COO.

'Row, Ruby Mat McGlnnis. :34, 2403 NW Ave.. Theodore Ford 39 714 NW 7th D. King LaCrosse. drunk. J. E. Ponzlo. 3512 NW 13th Ave.. "

7th Ter., and Earnest Laverne Fort. Ave. and Carl Joseph Kay 18 Hume build addition to residence...Jl,000 5'
20. 715 NE 21st St. making a U-t urn. Hall, all riding bicycles at night without COURT OF RECORD David Reaves sn h' *nh Drive.
,$10 David Leslie Alderman Jr.. 19.1A22 lights. S3; Gerald Martin Hasklns. Civil Dispositions build addition to residence 1500. <: PURCHASE -
NW 3rd PlAce. and John Rutledge 19 1324 NE 7th Ter, and Linda Kra- Judge Ira Carter, April 10: W. M. Rogers. WAS N. .u< Ave, repair -'? S
vltz Schrank. 21, 1412 H. Williams 725 NW 7th St. vs. Jen- residence. $360. '*
Mobley. :V 917 N Main St.. Illegal muffler NW 8th St. failIng "liJ1'lfl' .
*. 110J Leonard Green 45 439MW to yield the right of WAY. both $10. nean F. Britt Miami, $31235 and $4 Murray W. Shields 1067 SW 11th Ter. _, .', '

4th Ave, running a red light $20, Thomas Oliver Joiner 29. 743 SW 2nd costs. repair residence. $ IIS. ; _: t1t. .J ',. ,
fcorald Harry DeFrees 20 SAE Fraternity Ter. and H. John Campbell 74. 1220 2131 Howard A. Smith 'vs. J. D. Willis Joe Jenkins Jr.. 1251 NW 4th Ave. ,-' '. $ \. "
House.' Lester Green 21.80;I NE 25th Ter. both falling to yield the NW 55th Ter. $74757 and $10 costs. remodel business. $400 <- ; S S. : ."
t2447 University Station. Theresa I right of way. $25; Sidney E. Brown. MIcanopy. vs Gilbert Charity Brown. 512 NW 6th St., repair 4 I- -

Joyce Feeney '19, 10) SW 12th St.. and I Gerald Katz 24 MIcanopy. Susan Williams, 710 NW 2nd $t.. $33,274 residence. $200. .' ; : : :. ._ or'< ;S. S :
Jack Copperman, 24 J. Hlllls Miller ,Pollard Hart 17, 3111 NW 18th Pjace. and $S costs. ., W. P. Ridgway. 2001 NW 33rd Ter.. : '..
Health all Guy Washington Band of Christian Industrial Union VI. $25,000. l'... '. :
Center. Irking in truck load- Spence 25, 1924 NW residence.
Ing zones. $5 1st Ave. Mohammad Kazem Moezzl 20. Rev. A. DeBose Windsor $2!! and $4 I Calvary Temple of the Lord Jesus v- 1'i Jir.1 ..

All fined $11 for running red tights 304 NW 15th St., and Sidney Gilbert costs.Household Finance '. Christ. 2020 NE 27th Ave., Sunday school I ] "" : _
were Clarence Bryant. 32 Hawthorne -aCrolx. 20. 112 NW 16th St. all parkIng Walter Corporation vs. building. $3,000 't -< .', .
Jackie Larue Armound. 20. High In loading zones. $5; Ramlro Rivera' NW 12th L.St.and 177.65COURTHOUSE Margaret. Hoseph 3180 Ralph E. Page. 430 NE tth Ave.. ; :.' S :S !- !
Springs. Jack Robinson 52. Route 4. Luther Damlam 23. 1804 NW 5th Ave. Alex- garage and work shoP. $3400. t : .. :-j: ,;.
Wayne Malnor. 21. 319 NE 25th ander Brusclno. 19. 1518 NW 7th Ave. ; RECORDS Butler Brothers :3846 NW 13th Place. J f: T. ,:.' ,
St., Jerry ,Cleveland P'ma; M. 41 I blocking driveways" $750; Frankle April 3-10 residence. $8,000.
NE 5th Ave.. Larry o",aro Register,I Sumpter, 27, 609 NW 2nd St. and James Marriage License Applications Butler Brothers 3824 NW 13th Place. H5- I 'if i' ,
17. Route 2 Margie Thlgpen Karow. Edward Stevens. 21. Cocoa. driving I Judy Dale Duncan 16, residence 8000. :
41. Route 4. Anna Diane Ward. 21. 4509 I without a license $20 each; R. C. Bass. and Davis Wayne Holt. 21, Newberry.Newberry, Butler Brothers' 3853 NW 13th Place t
Broward Hall Juan Felipe Garcia. 23 32. Bell drunk, $30 Mary Jeanette Thomas 21. Gainesville residence. 8000. .
411 SW 2nd St. Jerry Mikell Owen. 21. Johnnie Floyd, 43, Ptasla Hotel and I and Robert Wilkie Prestrldge 23, J. B. Hodges 2030 NW 7th Piece remodel S
1923 NW 36th Ave.. Ralph Baynard Hud Glenn McClellan 47. 411 NW 22nd Ave. : Gainesville. residence. 52.000.

son Jr. 20. 2211 SE SUt St.. and Jessie both drunk Stt; Joan Maxine LeCho I Elsie Jane MeKlnstry, 23 G tines, Albert Sapp 1Z39 NW 30tn Ave.. add ,.
Davis 39 SE Uth Street; Bowdien, Jr.. 20. Broward Hall running a red vllle. and Charles Gordon Baker 22 to duplex. $10.000. .
Henry Hazard 27 1902 NW 38th Drive I light. $25; Wayne Malcomb Dean. 19 Gainesville. Jim Sanders. 503 NW 21st Lane three :::- ; .
speeding. $50; William Plnkney Hyder, Archer, running a red light $15; David Mildred Louella Williams It. Gaines- four-unit apartment buildings. $45,000 < ;; i
17 738 NW 22nd Ave. and James! I Nils Riley, 17 2211 NE 12th St. spe ding vine and Leon Morris 24. Gainesville Macoma Homes, 1004-06 NE 26th Ter.
Albert Yarbrough' 1$. Route 1, both I IapedIng. $25 Robert Vaughn Harris 23. Lola Gainey, 60 Alachua, and Aton- duplex $8,000.Macoma .
$25; Tommy Rogers Kelley Flavet III. Novella Moore Price 24. zo Collier. 62, Alachua. Homes. 101214 NE 26th Ter.,
23. 282 f Corry Villvoe Monte Evans 904 NE Waldo Road and Charles Witlams. Corln Crawford 28. Melrose and duplex. 18,00G.Mlcoma 5 -
Cleveland. 29. 414 NE 2nd St.. Charles 22 5320 NW 2nd Ave, all speedIng Edward white. 29, Melrose. Homes. 1020-22 NE 26th Ter., \ :
Wade .Anderson.. 1$. 205 SE 44th St.. $15 Martha Ann Sutherland, 1$. Gainesville duplex. $8.000.Macoma .
and Allan Alfred Kozlck 20. 1535 NW All fined $10 for running red lights and James Cephus Harrell, 25, Homes 110-02 NE 26th Ter. .
5th Ave.. apartment four all speeding were Richard J. Schoenecker, 20. Mil Gainesville. duplex, 8000.
'UIAll waukee. Mario A. Pollzzottl 34. 1324 .
fined $11 for speeding were John NE 7th Ter. Allen Michael Lerner, 21.
Bryan Danese 20. 211 Sledd B. Edward Fraternity Row. Fablus Monroe Clements

Lee Jackson. 29, 1904 NE 4th Ave.. 21 .207 SW 13th St.. George Harold _____ ___ VOTE FOR
James Tommy Duncan 17. MtonnoDv. McArdle. 25. 305 NE 44th St, Monte
William Jack Johnson. 31. Route 2. William -Taylor Zimmerman 27. Route 4. Box
Ellington 33. Maltland< Richard 118. Johnnie B. Thomas 50 Brooker. c: W. S. "TINY"I
Leland Newell 21. 505 Murphree Hall Miles Cyril B allow*. 40. 3123 NW Uth
John Ferrera Prlndible Jr.. 20. 1214 SW Ave.. Josephine Davis pefyman 42. _
,2nd '''v.. John William Anderson. 19 Route 2. Box 400 George Mallory LIndsay '
4037 Newberry Road Carl Arthur An Jr.. 41, 1052 NE 20th Ave.. Catherine ?
derson. 54 1502 NW 4lt Road Harry Berry Mickie, 28, 1635 SE 14th Ave. TALBOTSuperintendent
Lee Davis. II. 3934 NW 39th Road. and Clifford Moore, 18, 810 sw 3rd $t.. R. ? Trt
Martha Jones, 42,. Route 2. Eula James L. Epos. 45. 1414 NE 4th Ave. and :
WhltfieM. f Live Oak running a atop Thelma Smith Llodsey 3$. 2120 Hawthorne ', '
sign. S25 Road Donald Vern Eltzman. '-:,, .
,All fined $10 for running stop signs 35. 1418 NW 11th Road. and Richard .:- < Of : .. :. ,
were Mary MarcIa Buchanan. 34. 1724 Rudolf Genlnitz 18. Trussler Hall. running .,*'! 'OO\o..." .>.. zI" ; ;. .: ;" 7' ; '. '
NW 10th St.. Robert Alan Green l'Q. red lights on bicycles. $5 each: ,- .<'''',.... .. .,.-r.p" ( y' '.".. .vS. S S 55 S
22. 103 NE 11th St.. Arthur DuBose Mc- William Edward Worley. 20. 621 NE Public Instruction i- Y r-' -,"':.., '"' "

Voy Jr.. 24. 3101 SW 34th Ter.. Richard 5th Ter Phyllis Louise Mable. 30. 141T II h '....;,jOJ"t .
Ellsworth Bird 21. 102 NW 13h St.I NW 3rd Place. Dwight Langley Bass.It's ___ jfy .. .....# .,
Clerics Marie' Anderson. 21. 319 NE 6th S Alachua CountyEXPER1ENCED { l' ;
Ave.. Wesley William Roberts 32 301 -.-+-(
SE 50th St.. Virginia Deas Hudson. 42. Time For ; t. :
Rout 4 Jorge Angel Martian 26. 305 "SHRUBBERYPROTECTION'S __ __ CAPABLE ..:: :
NW 15th Ter.. Hazel Lourena Bell 48,
3858 SW let Ave.. Kent David Taylor. .
1.. 2221 NW 34th Drive" Charles Michael ; ;S _::::1 One Promise Positive and Aggressive Leadership 4f'! .

Rleders. 21. Orlando. William Thomas : 'f.. ( ,. -JI"
Wilkinson 25 1103 NW 4th Ave.. Businesslike S N r, S. -; kh. ,
and Delbert LtBlanc. 20 727 NW With A Smile ? -I-f. itW'j" / ,,;
34th '. ; ;f. :ifr{ .. 1" : ;
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Earnest Hewett. 25. 2101 NW 55th I will work fort ;_ ,

St., faulty brakes and Collie Sutton 4 ShrubberyMust l"l '_/.. !/ .'-.
,Jr.. 27. WUIUton driving without, ,a license. -I Be ADEQUATE 'teachers and non-instructional personnel. o '

II I. SPRAYEDNOW Guidance and Counselling Kindergarten through Adult Education. ...1... r. .' :
CITY COURT t ::,., : -

Jvdg W. W. Harna***. March 311 I Continuation of excellent: academic program and updating libraries. -. s. .....:. ;' .
fe' 'c : .-
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..Found guilty James Davis. 29. 1020 Comprehensive industrial arts crafts and sh.p programs. in all 4 t.' .: : .. -::: )"
NW 4m Ave.. resisting arrest. 20 days. O .1. Junior High Schools. I -- .
and disorderly conduct. $25 or 10 days; 5e : .' C S
Elgert Bishop." 32. Atlanta,, driving without Vocational Education to meet tl.o needs of :,'. '
a license. $25 or 10 days. and driving EMULSIONSPRA our county. .fr s C a .;i:.-:: .a.. :. _II-S _,
while Intoxicated. $150 or 40 days; Co-ordination of the curriculums Kindergarten through Adult i ,.<;," ... I. 44
Mack RldgeO. 50. 17 NE 16JII itdrtv .
Education. --J. .
lug while Intoxicated. Iff days and $25; Y 4 : ,\ m ; 9\
Willie Days 33. 733 NW itt St. disorderly I ,cr1l'S'v/ f-; I *
SOUND business administration of the Seven Million Plus School '; .', 0#- ""'i
conduct $35 or 10 days and at 4 (. e 4Iq '
Budget to get most for dollars spent. 'l.' .
carrying a concealed weapon. $25 or h" : .I ,
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10 days and 10 days; MiUT & M'ttl I ... : .
Mattle Lou Myles 22. 914 NE 25th \ I Continuation of updating the transportation fleet and reworking k; .,... ivi" 'C '

VI totfmrAirft. bus routes.Molntenance e ,I ..;!I' -
.SI-. disorderly conduct. $25 or 10 days; I I r ", :.
Leathea Mae Stephens. 23. 411 NW 4th 20 NW 16th .... 376-2661 5"S"; -- ", -- :;, 'fo'
Ave.. dlsordeijyconduct. five days and I of ell schools by trained maintenance personnel \ ,_-n.t... ,::' "t,, :. :
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By EVELYN PODSIADLOA executive director from Jack Gainesville agency collects dis- cess" Phillips said. "We start- "When we opened, the new
sonville. carded goods from local resi ed with three employes and then:phone book was already printed ScheduledAmaryllis Sewing MachineOperators
link in the chain of Goodwill dents. ha4 to add a fourth. We've also
i so people didn't know our number -
Industries spanning the country "The workshop is located in started staying open on Friday lilies will be dis-
Gainesville's Goodwill store at Jacksonville," .Heath said. "Its "We have three pick-up boxesin nights until 9 o'clock in order to, ," he said. "Now as people cussed at Monday night's meet.
Northwest 6th Street and 8th purpose is to provide employ. which people can donate accommodate our increasing I are learning we are here and ing of the Gainesville Men's
Avenue is doing its part in help- ment training and vocational things they no longer want," business." II.as they are learning our phone Garden Club.
them rehabilitation services for handicapped said Alton Phillips, managerof number, contributions are in The meeting will be at the
ing the handicapped help persons." the Gainesville agency., "One of our employes, who creasing." Guaranty Federal Building on With At Least 3 YEARS Factory Trained
selves. I
"We have five retail stores In "There's one at each Winn- has worked here since we opened The people in Gainesville have Main Street at 8 pin.7A1 Experience
Dixie and at Food Fair.", has good prospects for work -
Opened last november, one I
Jacksonville, he said. "The APPLY AT -
Gainesville's Goodwill Indus- one in Gainesville is the first I "People also bring donation ing with the University of Flo-i Test Drive The RAMBLER Of YOUR CHOICEot
tries is a branch of the Jack rida" he said. "This is our end Florida
one outside of Jacksonville andit articles into the store, he said, Athletic Co.
sonville office. I goal and desire to fit people j
has proved successful. I"and then we have a truck that "
"The branch in Gainesville is Besides selling articles repair goes to people's homes by ap- into jobs on the outside. RIDGWAY MOTOR co. 302 N.W. 6th Street

primarily a retail store ed by the handicapped in the pointment twice a week.? Phillips expects an increasein 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 Phone 2-3378 after 2. p.m.
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Soon To Be ooner 3 s' R County's ; :

Top Fal'Jllel'l I I Lake Butler Livestock

VZ* f4 K v** Due HonorI

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d"r.r "tt fete Alachua County's outstanding -

young farmer for 1963 at a

banquet next Thursday night.
A panel of judges will make I
SAM McGARVEYSun houses with the of
their final decision on the out- cooperation
standing young farmer (OYF) Staff Writer the owners, if possible.
Ordinance WouldsBanKeeping
tomorrow night. The selectionwill LAKE BUTLER A stormy 3)) Open and clear every streetin

be on the basis of question- session of the City Council is in Lake Butler and pave as
Y naires filled out the many as we can with secondaryroad
by nomi-
r prospect here Wednesday whena Them in Citythis
their funds. We have been prom-
nees on farming
operations -
hearing on a' proposed ised 4% miles: of street paving.
and other information
t 71Z gathered ordinance to ban the
4)) Continue to ask cooperationof
by committee
a Jaycee
keeping of livestock in the
ff headed by Dale Perry. city have maintained their town. If it is taken away, the property owners in clearing
The banquet honoring the An ordinance to that effect I livestock in such a manner that community will combine the underbrush and weeds from

OYF will be at the Holiday Inn, was ordered drawn up in a.complaints have been negligible disadvantages of a small town their property. If the owners do
MMembers starting at 7:30 p.m. The ban- meeting April 1, following af-I....that livestock has not been a with the disadvantages of a I not do this, we will support a

q speaker will be Joe'N. Busy firmative votes by CouncilmanPaul deterrent to the growth of the city." plan to do it and bill them.

> assistant director, Agricul- Riherd, A. L Griggs andE. i city. We also note that livestock Mayor John E. Smith, in I 5)) Attempt to solve the drain-

i tural Extension Service. B. Andrews. CouncilmanIra presently maintained within the urging adoption of the measure, age problems of the city.
The Alachua County OYF will Young voted against the city limits of Starke; Gaines 6)) Remove livestock from the
said, "We feel there is a need II
proposal.The ville Lake and Jackson- city better home
be> a nominee for state honors. City for new homes here in Lake so financingcan
Council authorized City ville has not curtailed the 1 be made available.
Perry said, "We have some
Butler. But if a family is to
y very fine young farmers in Ala Attorney Hal Y. Maines to draw growth of those cities but prob-! build a new home, some finan- 7)) Establish a city pound for

M chua County and we believe our up an ordinance prohibiting ably has added to it. cing will have to be obtained inmost stray dogs, and enforce regulations -
horses, cattle, mules sheep, on rabies treatment for
nominee has chance of ,
a good "In our opinion, the proposed cases. A few might qualifyfor
: of the Alachua County 4-H Club land judging team, posing being named the state's outstanding goats or any other domestic livestock ordinance would invade the a VA loan, but the majority all dogs.
(including domestic The administration
poultry present city
with their state championship trophy, next week will be heading for the young farmer. rights of property owners. We would have to rely on FHA fi-
from about
) being maintained, brought
a number
"Sooner Oklahoma will be in The State OYF will advanceto are for but we do not nancing.
Statewhere, at City, they taking part a modern fenced or kept within the corporate progress of improvements in Lake
the national finals In Madison feel there is a boom existing "FHA officials have told
day "land rush, the International Land Judging Contest. Team members, limits of Lake Butler.In us Butler, and raised taxes to accomplish -
from left, are Steve Platt and Harold Trujillo, Gainesville; Ronnie Prentice, Wis., in May. urging the proposed law, here. We also believe a large that they cannot loan money them, all without

Alachua, and Reggie Brown, Orange Heights. They are coached by Associate Local and county LP gas Riherd said, "This action is number of our population en- here in Lake Butler until the strenuous opposition. But the

County_ Agent A..T. Andrews. (Sun photo_ by Buzz Mixson) dealers are co-sponsors of the designed[ to improve conditionsfor joys the advantages of living in livestock is moved out of town. livestock ordinance threatens a
YF project. On the national
small town.
-- --- n --- -- a When this is done, FHA insured
level the is the National getting FHA loans for per- test of strength.
I i co-sponsor -
loans will be availableon
LP Gas Market Develop- sons wanting to build in the city. '.'We want you to consider the: probably As one opponent said, "Re-
ment Council. People financing homes are not property owners who raise stock I a" long-term, low-interest ba gardless of whether our town
UF Food Institute'Formation interested in dealing where livestock on their land to help pay the 1 sis. mushrooms into a city many

Fiii'nitureStore and poultry are allowedin city tax that has been increased Smith said further that back times its present size, we hope
the city." considerably to pay for the progress ers of the livestock ordinancewill 'the lawmakers will not preventour

On April 3, the Union County Lake Butler is making.* run in the June city electionon children from enjoying

DueRecognition Riding Club met and drafted a Another critic of the move, the following platform: I wholesome recreation such as

Is OK'd'Food letter of protest signed by President -Wilson Rivers, a former coun- 1) Help the average family horseback riding. We feel such

J. P. Bennett, which said cilman, said, "B ing able to build a home with long-time, ;an interest is more desirable
in part: have horses is one of the ad- low-interest loans. than having our children aimlessly

"We feel that the citizens of,vantages of living in a small 2) Eliminate all sub-standard roaming the city streets.
-abundant supplies of York. He said that the ma-

high quality, nutritious, conven- concern of the University's STARKE Bradford Furni-
ient food for the total public at programs is food- ture Corp. will be honored Monday -

reasonable prices-will be the production to consumption. night in an Industry Appre- Strawberry Bradford HospitalAdmissions

aim of the Institute of Food and Dr. York, "These ser ciation Banquet at the Starke
Agricultural Sciences at the University are aimed at providing the Golf and Country Club. The --
to public with abundant event is being held in observ- 'Williams, Starke, a son, John
of Florida, according sup- I
Dr.,E..T. York',Jr., provost for tural of high quality, nutritious, ance of Industry Appreciation Queen ContestS Mar. 30 Doris Virginia' Blaine.
agriculture. food at reasonable Week under the sponsorship. of Moore, Terrell Lee Jones, Patricia DischargedMar.
sity.Dr. the Florida Development Commission Gail Paglia, all of Starke;
30 Victor Frees
Creation of the Institute of and the StarkeBradford A 16 -year-<>ld Beatrice Scott, Lawtey; Florence ,
N+PIXNPP/WwvO'r+PYGwwt4W.Y jgavv.
Alice G. Barnes Thomas J.
Food and Agricultural Scienceswas tute will County Chamber of Com- Bradford High girl, Joann Ai } E. Brown, Brooker. ,
y x Crawford, Lena Timmons, J ohn
approved unanimously by for closer merce. : Scott, has been entered in the
High Spgs.
Carlton Griffis Edna Al-
Mar.31 Sandra Jean Jones,
efficient Bradford Furniture, as, ,of
the Board of Control Friday. one National Strawberry Queen
Waldo Artimishael bert H. Phillips, Leona Baileyand
common the cou 1ty's.leading industries, x ;
Contest by Am erican Legion
Along with the approval came I Weeks, Melrose Mary Lou son Eddie Earl, E mina ,
out that Ball Field ToBe will receive an award in ;
words from recognition Post 56. The contest, sponsoredby
complimentary i
Owen James Anders Cat h Hall and
starling, ryn daughter
tary of its contribution to the the local Civitan Club, will
Board members for the agricul- 9 "y1
both of Claire Lee Emma Kay.
at the UF. search county. The award will be pres- be held May 1, as part of the Lawtey;
tural leadership
that Improved ented by A. J. Thomas Jr. Bradford County Fair. Brandon, Mary Helen Griff is, Mar. 31Mamie L. Da v i s,

Board Member Charles For- closely CofC President H. A. (Bud- Miss Scott is the daughter of: both of Starke. Percy E. Sullivan, Emma Lue

man of Fort Lauderdale said HIGH SPRINGS Erection dy) Bishop will ,serve as toast* Mr. and Mrs. Reese R..Scott of' April 1 Conception Concha Bell and son Tony Andrew.

that all agricultural interests in, tunities a new backstop at the soft- master, and the speaker of the Camp Blanding. She is a major Nunes, Lawtey; Edwin Doyle
the state are behind Dr. York, field at a cost of about $785. evening will be Bill Seymour, ette in the BHS band ,and a Graham, Starke; Nell Estelle April 1 Mandy L. Griffis,
in his proposed reorganization efficient authorized at a meeting of: assistant labor relations direc- member of the chorus. Ross[ Melrose; Donnie Viola Beatrice Scott.

of all the University's agricul- High Swings: Citv Commis- tor of the Atlantic Coastline Deadline for entering the contest Ward, Lake Butler. April 2 Sandra Jean

tural programs under the Insti- The Thursday night. Railroad. is April 15. George, Patricia Gail Pa g J 11 a,
tute, which will include the budget City Clerk Lou Cloutier said Big Dad Mfg. Co. was last Judges will be Dr. Herbert E. April 2 Henry Scurry Jr., Charlie L. Gamer, Edwin D.

College of Agriculture, Agricul--ture will project calls for a main sec- year's recipient of the award. Phillips, president of the Lake Ida[ Mae Smith, Patsy Patricia Graham, Mary Lou Starling and

tural Experiment Stations, Ag- Control, 24 by 20 feet, with suitable City Junior College, Mrs. Rita Sriffis, Minnie Rea R h o den, daughter Tamala Lou.

ricultural Extension Service and the on each side. He said 2- Bradford Fair Hand, vice president of'Florida Gladys Marie Johnson, Malissa
School of tural galvanized posts will be Woman's Clubs, Louie L. Wain- Annette Green, all of Starke; April 3 Emmett E. Day,
the Forestry. ter director of Florida Division Linda Lorraine Norman, Law- Donna V. Ward, Conception C.
executive in constructing the back- Plans wright, -
Broward Culpepper, Special MISS SCOTT
total I tey. I Nunes Gloria Garza.
along with chain-link fenc- 1 of Corrections, Mrs. Ray ,
director of the Board, said, "I .
have been very impressed with'I Negro Program Graves, wife of the UF athletic April 3 W a n d a Fay Mc- April 4 Phyllis A. Harrell,

the entire agricultural programof tain an In other actions, the Commis- director, and Cecil Car roI, SuwanneeFair Daniel, Daisy M. Thomas, El- Wanda Fay McDaniel, VerWe
the University. In my opinion terms of : STARKE A special program insurance executive of Jacksonville len Jane Stewart, all of Starke; Griffis.

this proposal is very sound area, Dr. -Authorized Cloutier to pro- by colored residents will Carlene Masters, Middleburg;
and represents a significant t ed with the advertising and be held Thursday, April 30, at Assn. Phyllis Ann H a r r ell, Rai- April 5 Terre!! Lee Jo nes,
forward." be able to of property against which the 14th annual Bradford Coun- Urge Strong ford; Flourney Clemons, Lake- Nell E. Ross, Florence C o nner,

step with are delinquent real estate ty Fair. D Butler; Moi Lee Hinson, Bald. Jenny C. Wade, Gladys W.
The Florida Agricultural Coun- Plans MeetFANNIN Johnson and Frederick David
sity personal city taxes. The program will include a Race Measure win. son
cil, representing the major segments I Carlene and

are of fashion show, talent show, anda
-Approved purchase
of Florida's agriculture; police citation tickets special program consisting of In Panama City I SPRINGS -The April 4 Marie Diane Yar- Windy Joy, Linda L. Normanand

had unanimously endorsed the I I The key required now by the new dances, stunts and tumbling, board of directors of the Suwannee -brough, Melrose; Graham son Steve Gregory, R obert
plan to streamline the agricul- title is law. solos, instrumental duets, bane. PANAMA CITY (AP-Flori-I) River Fair and Livestock Crews, Starke; Terry Colleen Martin.

-Heard Rev. J. A. Snider, and choir numbers, and selections da's Civil Rights Advisory Com- Association will hold their an- Wade, Raiford; Freda Mae April 6 Henry Scurry, Carolyn

morel"r. of the Nazarene Church, by the R.J.E. Jazz Combo.: mittee called for closing TyndallAir nual meeting Wednesday night Griffis, Lawtey. A. Browning and daughterDora

Gilelirist Plans inquired on the possible Members of the fashion show' Force Base if Panama City at Chris Anderson's Restauranthere. April 5 Robert Alton Martin Amanda, Ida Mae Scott

I of a city street at a site committee are: Mrs. O. w. businesses declined to cater to Waldo; Carolyn A dell
the church may erect a George (chairman), Mrs. E. J. Negro servicemen.In The meeting will be preceded Browning, L a k e C i ty; Evelyn I April 7 Mark A. Arwood,
To Mark Library : building. Walker, Mrs. A. T Chandler, a report to the Civil Rights by supper starting at 7 Newsome Williams, Starke; Ida Doris V. Moore, Ellen J. Stew-

Discussed the building of a Mrs. M. T. McDonald, Miss M. Commissionmailed Fridaythe Mae Scott (Littles), Middleburg; art, Pauline G. McClure, Rich
TRENTONAn area artists' dog pound, and also the F'. Jenkins and B. Alexander.The committee recommendedthe p.m.The business agenda w ill Berthna M. Estes, Richard Mc- ard McClure, Mary Helen Grif
exhibit, a reception and a book- ficials purchase of a combina- Fair will open WednesdayMay Department of Defense declare -include election cf officers and Clure Jr. and Pauline Georgia fis and daughter Julie Maria.

mobile motorcade are among hand this street sweeper, backhoe 29 and run through May 2. off limits all establish- directors, review of the annual McClure, all of Lawtey. I April 8 Kanre Ann Crawford
events planned by the Gilchrist ,nee loading machine. ments refusing to serve Negro Beef Cattle Show and Sale and Maria Diane Yarbrottgh,
County Library Board in observance of w h j servicemen. the businesses setting dates for next year's April 6 James E. KerseySr.
of National Library Week la j Explore J ax refuse, the recommendation- show; a financial report, plan- ., Middleburg; Jonathan David -Yarbrough.Elsie Mae Beane, Marg Lou

beginning today. Mrs. LibraryOpen continued, the departmentshould ning additions to present fair fa- Johnson, Keystone Heights;
IntegrationJACKSONVILLE close the base. Mark Alexander Arwood, H aw-
The artists' exhibit will be at chairman cilities and plans for the State
the Trenton Library and the ad- Week in House (AP-A bi- The committee's report of its Fair Short Course. thorne; Major Bell, Lawtey. Resignation

joining Chamber of Commerce Mrs. At Cedar racial committee set up in the January meeting said Panama Present officers are L. W.Drnmmm April 7 Karen Ann Crawford
and cal Key City was a segregated. city! with d., Chief land,,. president i Revised
office tomorrow Tuesday.The wake of violence two weeks ago ----- -- -- Starke; Mildred V ctonaHitchcock ByAg
reception at the library will Mrs. CEDAR KEY Cedar Key ,will explore the possibility of only the municipal auditorium ; Forrest Beach, Trenton, ,. Raiford; Elsie M ae :
and that
be from 7:30: to 9 pjn. Tues- man of are invited to visit more voluntary i n t e gration desegregated functions. only i vice president; and LeonardCobb Beane, Arlington, Va. Teacher!
day for adults brary here. city ,, Bronson, secretary. 8 John R Nash Jr.
public library during Na- Lewis of the April ,
Prof. Hal G.
Directors Warren Barber
are ,
Also during the week, there Regional Library Week which Robert L. Milius, community Kingsley Lake; Elizabeth .M.: ''PALATKA Melrose voca-
,University of Florida. a committee Cross C 1 t Dell Currie Ok
books in the y;
be display of already
relations committee chairman Starke.
today.To member to the Pownall, tional agric 1f re teacher L. O.
objected Willie Jones Cross
Town ,
Bank. ; ;
Farmersand Merchants people ; highlight the week, an said Friday a subcommittee recommendations grounds it April 9 -Eugene .Smith (Oscar,) Baldwin has submitteda
on Bell Robert
An event planned for April 21 were house will be held at the study showed a wide range of threat. He 'Clyde Colson ; S tar k e; Stella Mae Tomlirison revised.resignation to Putnam
:was severe a Lindsey ..BellCharles Hardee
Is a motorcade of city and county brary Friday night at 7:30. voluntary action" in 17 other servicemen County School SUpt. W. M.
said it might hart white Chiefland John Yearly, Gulf Raiford.Births
officials and State Rep. How- southeastern communities. He ; Bill Thomas which will be
W. E. Delaino and Hal 1 I. > -' ( ) pre-
ell Lancaster to the Wilcox I library will present a program I gave no specifics. without helping Negroes. ton Hammock Elliot; Jack Whitehurst Rowell,Willis-Tren-, }far. 31 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene : sented t"o the next meeting of the
Florida birds. Mrs. Delaino He said another subcommitteewill Fair ; Richard Starling, Lawtey,. Putnam County School Board.
Mostly ton; and Tom Peter Chaires,
show slides, and Poag will try to determine what can ; a daughter, TamalaL, I
BRONSON be done this line in Jack Old Town.Travel '} 7 Thomas said Baldwin with
the narrator. along Across U.S.By i April 2 Mr. and Mrs. Pcb-II drew 'his: original resignation,
I The local library is located sonville. AwardTo ard Henry Norman, al which contained three conditions .
the Woman's Club. Regular THE ASSOCIATED PRESS son, Steve Gregory
GARDENING are 9:30 am. to 12:30 I Kennedys Fair skies and moderate tem- UF'Profs April 3 Mr. and Mrs..Merrill -! and submitted one with-
outs vatlons in
a session
e s e r
on Mondays and Wednes peratures blanketed most of the Gnus, Starke, a daughter,
BRONSON Books and magazines library, and 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Plan LibraryBOSTON nation today. Merrill E Gar 11 ngton and Marilyn Renee; Mr. and Mrs. here School Thursday Board attended also Butler by

designed especially for den" Saturdays.The From the Atlantic to the Pacific Martha Wroe, instructors In the Frederick Delano Johnson, Attorney

persons interested in, gardeningwill.bo "Control slogan of National Li (AP-The Kennedy the Weather Bureau reported -University of Florida College of Starke, a son, Frederick David, Dowda.
feafciriCby: :'the'Broason 1,001{ Week is "Reading Is the family met Saturday with an clear weather except for Health Related Services, have Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Andrew Thomas also announced that

Public' UbTKStJJuring. National Garden to Understanding and Op advisory group of 18 architects, showers in the far Northwestand received a t r a ve 1 award from Masters, Middleburg, a daughter -. the vocational agriculture classat

Library;Week-: begins"to ." The librarian has designers and artists to talk occasional sprinkles near the American Physical Therapy Windy Joy. Melrose High School will be
Mrs. over plans for the 10-miHion, Florida Association. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Tracy
Cedar Key residents to Lake Michigan and In the April continued.He
dayThe,.B f Jferary: Is 'lo the I in their families to see John F. Kennedy Memorial Li Keys. The award is to enable themto Edward GriffIS Lawtey, a

cated In the Town. :Hall and groups" best in pre-school picture,brary. Early morning temperatureswere attend the tenth annual institute daughter Julie Maria. :' said an applicationhas
hours are 3:30 to 5-30p.m. Mooday each story books for begin- The library b to house the' close to seasonal normals for physical therapy teachers April 5 Mr. and Mrs. Robert been received franz a/leaeh-(
"through-.Thursday.sugge6ted "There readers and books of in- late president's papers and con- with readings from the 30s in the at the University of Chicago Merchon Browning, Lake er for the vo-ag job at Meirose,
:books for gardenglefoctoavailable -l "that to older children and tain also a memorial, a museum! Northeast to the 70s in southern Center for Continuing Education City, a daughter, Dora Amanda; but it has as yet not been acted

:atfihef acMeve parents. and an institute. i iI Florida and the Southwest. today through Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Eldrige upon.


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At Aurora specially prepared
mash is delivered every day at r re1.faMie
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or stuffy. It's air conditioned.Lest .
any hens become disturbed wAa _
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last week and returned Sweet or Buttermilk
to Washington.The .
Borden's Biscuits
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to the assassination of cans ji' 1''r.
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slayings of Lee Harvey Oswald Breakfast Club fFJII k / /
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,I LBJ's Spring Fevej' ) {;"I $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

p4 Hi-Jinks and Gags Are Order of the DayBy I Sun's Prizeword Puzzle Corner '

FRANK CORMIER ference that turned out to be a: Johnson's final appearance of started his pitching form letting :.

WASHINGTON (AP-Presi- presidential gag. the day came at 6:30 pjn. when fly an imaginary ball. -

dent Johnson may have spring One informant reported that I he strolled alone into the lobbyof .. ,
Before lunch, Johnson swelled Last Week's'Prizelvord < GAINESVILLE SUN PRIZEWORD CONTEST RULES
fever. Rarely has he displayed Johnson even rocked a Cabinet the White House office wing. ;with pride as William Thatcher q tl 1. The prize for the correct solution to this Sundays PRIZEWORD PUZZLE4
such high good humor as he did Room conference by flipping off To a handful of lounging news ,f. 'l : will be $200. If no correct solution is received in this SwrtWs pvzzte then sir
president of the Farmers' Union -. in prize money will be added to next week's award making next week's prize U25..
Friday. the lights-a jesting gesture evi- photographers, the President :
IGrain Terminal Association in 2. If the winning entrant has been a home-delivered subscriber to The Sun
Johnson exchanged shouts dently prompted by his own said: "I'm ready to have a for the preceding 30 days an extra bonus of $100 wW be added. If more thwr
St. Paul tossed .
conference." bouquets."We r5 one correct puzzle Is received from Home-delivered subscribers the bonus will
with reporters from the Truman lights-out economy program. press : EpUllutiozs; be divided among them.
were started on a d": X The Sun will pay at least S25 each week for the correctly solved PRt S.
Balcony the
practiced his pitching Some observers attributed The photographers sprang
WORD PUZZLE. If more than one correct solution to a week's puzzle Is *raceived >
with an imaginary baseball, President's ebullience to the from sofas and easy chairs, .session," said Thatc r. You!I rect solution., the prize money will be divided equally among those submitting the toll.

took a famed poet and an equally weather which was sunny and scrambling for their cameras. have saved our whole ':">' Tu' "':L.'Jr'ROSS:

renowned photographer into 67. Others inclined to the view Johnson told them he was just area from a depression ; '*'* clue 4. Solve the word the which clue as you you think would best any fits crossword the clue dehmt.cn.puzzle Determine Clip out from the puzzlt ejeh..

secret rail negotiations, and an-: that he was elated about avert- kidding, and disappeared downa ing, and taking note of.."; If not golf. The clue is or use reproductions a good, exact will-size not hand-drawn be acceptable.facsimile This contest AAechawcal ts based or otherwise on skHI. wholesale The-

nounced'an after-dark news con-; ing, at least for 15 days, a corridor. poised pencils of aha!"f ', of golf as a game, but decision' of the fudges shall be final and all contestants taking part must
r certain incidents that I agree to accept, this decision' as a condition of entry. AN entries become the
threatened nationwide rail] The President made his first, reporters, Johnson pry, t property of the Gainesville Publishing Company and none can be returned.
Thatcher ,"go ahead." xur: in it, because of
CHIMNEY strike. and most serious, appearance of I frors or those of others. families 5. Anyone except enter this employes contest.of the Gainesville Publishing Company and their

CORNERSby For whatever reason a smil- the day shortly after 10 a.m. "Boy" said the farm leader: \/O*.,"* (as' a person) is very may
.I fc After you have filled in the puzzle paste It the back of four-cent
on a :
BISsettWALKER rail
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Johnson say good-by to some i Clrcul.t'Department' of the Gainesville Sun at
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He'll Do All He Can. I welcomed American League !luncheon guests, including Carl "get pleasure" from Fla.. during regular office hours. ,_

Y baseball officials who had a sea- Sandburg the poet and Lincoln'hounding a vicious criminal' Fun n.V--1-f. Winners If any and correct solutions to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD
son for him. 'I without any question of "sadsm" PUZZLE will be announced and a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLE published/' In next
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I the first ball when the Washington too such objection to WOUND- $300 AwaitsWe "T? or out) other errors which may appear in any puMubed material
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Gainesville's Largest Window Air Conditioner Dealer says he's going to write a vol- amount of timing will help a total of $300 in get away SHO DR VET

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ONLY Authorized Fedders Air Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville.We Johnson
Texas highways, is liable to become agitated in now. They are no good after RE R .R I II
Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditionersa called out to her: "How about a RUSH. ANYBODY is apt to the deadline.In .,

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COOLERATORS Good Unit and Good Prices. Eventually the President end- and a lot of other useful -1 .

We only sell units that we know are the best to buy. ed the interview by throwing up 21. TOGS not toys. The. clue most information.useful But information you'll find in the the -__- 1964 BELL-McCLURE SYNDICATE .

WE SERVICE ALL UNITS WE SELL his hands in resignation and wording ,implies that this is not If you are not now a home-delivered "
clues. If don read them ,scriber and would like have
you to The
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Thermostat great appeal to "a small boy."
4,500 8 115 25 0.5 109.88
Controlled Street Number
5.000 8 115 290 1.7 128.97 'Too Good'MIAMI He may well be delighted to With this

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10.000 12 230 610 2.75 181.97eAIICertifiedNEMA Fla. (APSecretaryof ) err
14,000 12 230 .875 4.6 199.97 Commerce Luther H. Hodges you'll soon be
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15,000 11.6 2.30 .920 4 215.00
the U.S.
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Warranty on Sealed 20,000 14.3 230 1.190 6.4 266.75 SHINE is more apt than whine. puzzle. A

Refrigeration Systems. 25,000 16 230 1.500 8 304.50GAINESVILLE'S tion.The nation's economy Is "al- PRIZEW 0.R D CLUES ACROSS:

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LOWEST PRICES -- LOW INSTALLATION COST Florida newsmen World before Trade addressing Conference the ing" the "floor" suits SKIP. summer fun for 6. Perhaps difficult to understand, if foreign.

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Thursday night. tural concern" would be family. Get everyone workingon 8. In certain types of -, dancing would be inappropriate.
Double Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50 Casement Window or thru Wall) $22.50 Because it is so good, he added as to the PRIZEWORD.Read .
there is a temptation to the possibility of hurting your- 9. If a golfer does badly it's possible that his may be

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floor" being quite secondary. the clues, check the rules
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The New York Times Election Hand book, prepared by staff writers of The ,It: : .,., -0' -b 6. .... ...
New York Times and published by McGraw-Hill. The book will go on sale i :"1 '

April 15. The,articles describe the Democratic and Republican strategies in o'. I ...
Boost Johnson the coming election.) ",-{ >;? "* ..


"I don't think anybody from the South will be nominated he must offend as, few as pos tainly try to run in his image, posed Johnson strategy that :. Good -- ,
(for the Presidency) in my lifetime. If so, I don't sible of the conservative Demo to the extent that it can be politically would put smaller states to vi- bet
think he will be elected." crats and businessmen who have revived. tal use:
been:pleased: :his.!drive for Thus, the Democratic candi- -Give the President the same ':i"tf t'd '. ; -' _
The Speaker was Lyndon Baines Johnson of Texas, economy 1n government date can present himself as the Southern states he helped preserve ,\ ,4t-hk'' *' :.,* .

:disclaiming any intention of becoming a candidate for 3. He is a'professional! poli- new standard bearer of the for Kennedy: Alabama I' .... $1 i}'': torNovember : -.

President The time was December tician, perhaps the shrewdestand Administration that stood up to Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, ,..' :i: <> "."0 ,,_....... ".. .
regarded as a civil rights the segregationists in the South North South Carolina -.-
1953. The dual prediction most experienced to as- Carolina :* ..-u *_ .
moderate during his servicesin and the Russians in Cuba the and Texas ,
is one he finds himself sume the Presidency. This reputation 84 votes. i -
striving mightily to discredit Congress; he pushed civil rests heavily on his past administration that pushed -Add four of the five Border ) .
rights bills through, the Senatein atomic war one step further in- :
only six: years later. success in resolving differencesin states: Tennessee, Missouri, .
117 subhead RUNNING START 1957 and in 1960 but in some the Senate and achieving leg- mestic politics i has far over- Kentucky and West Virginia .
Short of a national scandal or quarters they were thought to islation. His competence in do- to history with the nuclear test- 39 votes.

Johnson's death or disability be seriously weakened by com- shadowed the experience he ban treaty. -Add six of the eight Mountain -
before the convention, his pre- promise. His militancy on the gained in international affairsas I The; Kennedy political problems states: Montana, Idaho,
issue increased when be became will be treated
diction on the nomination of a Vice President. as having Utah Nevada Arizona and New
Vice President, and has, advanced passed with him. 'Democratic
Southerner certain to be
seems His problem: He must impressthe Mexico 24 votes. -
still further as 1> esi- advisers believe J the Repub \
false. From the first
proved electorate with the skill in votes
dent. -With this base of 147 ,
licans will have hard time
moment he seized the reins of a
the art and craft of government Johnson
could win by carrying
His problem: Unless he persuading the voters that it
Government after Kennedy'sassassination presses
that he
Johnson made it vigorously for civil rights leg- be without one suggesting of theoldstyle, back may was Johnson who permitted the only four more states: New t

clear he had no intention of relinquishing -islation in Congress and, deseg- room bosses. He must prove his abortive ,invasion of Cuba York, Michigan, Illinois and tJ1 t NtIDl rk imtELECTION$
California. If he could
forced the steel to with- sweep
them vol untar. regation in the, South he will executive ability by forging a Industry
the South solidly, he would need
ily, either to another Democrator alienate many Negro voters, significant .Congressionallecordas draw price increases or failed
only New York Michigan and
Democrats and to :
to a Republican. independents President not Senator. At get a balky Congress mov Illinois.
Johnson has the and who feel strongly on the issue. ing.
home abroad
power position and particularly ,
On the other hand
But if he too hard he supposethe ,
to make! 1964 a,-month, pushes 1 he must be'more, statesman
long election Indeed runs the risk of losing part or r LBJ (StrategyFour President moves so far on
campaign. than politician.
civil rights that ,he complete.
he hardly it. He all of the South to his Republican -
can prevent
knows he is the candidate. The opponent or to segregationist JFK LegacyIn years ago Kennedy won ly alienates the South and the
voters know he is. Every word Democrats running anti- the election by concentrating Border states, in the process
Johnson electors. three with sub- persuading New England, the
heavily on areas
he speaks and writes, every the way of politics, Kennedy Middle West and the Middle Atlantic .
stantial electoral
2. He is New Dealer strength -
gesture, every move is a political a long-tune -
campaign !contribution. (he supported Roosevelt's became in death a more for. the Middle Atlantic states, the states of his liberal .
Supreme Court. enlargementplan midable figure than he was in Middle West and the South. He statesmanship. Then the strategy 0.'
The CandidateNational in 1937)) whose liberal,con- life. The shock of his assassi- reaped the dividends of his per shifts to something like this:
victions seem to have faded nation clearly aroused in many sonal and religious loyalty in -Give Johnson the same six

elections are not de. somewhat with the years. In Americans admiration that had parts of less imp o r t ant New Mountain states ((24)) and expand

cided by what the candidatesare the liberal voting index calculated been unexpressed, even unfelt, England. He carried only 23 his Middle Western victories 1964

but by what the voters think by Americans for Democratic before. In a moment, all mistakes states, but they included those to Indiana, Minnesota and .
and inadequacies were with the big payoffs.Administration Wisconsin as well as Illinois )
they are on Election Day. The Action, he scored only 54
best a politician can do in ad- per' cent in 1959. The A. F.L.- forgotten. He became in full political advis- and Michigan ((82)) 106 votes. .i.
vance is to find out what the C.I.O says he voted with labor what every President is in part: ers believe that Johnson must -Add all five Middle Atlan- Candidates By a political team uf .'

voters think of his candidateand only 45.9 per cent of the time a national hero. work on a broader based strategy New tic Kennedy states: New York Del-, Issues The New York Times:
map strategy on the basisof from 1948 to 1960. I Johnson is another, altogether this year than Kennedy Jersey, Pennsylvania,
and Party strategy James Reston
these assets and liabilities, His problem: He must persuade different man. But he was employed in 1960. He has potential aware Maryland 102
real or imagined. union members, liberals and in- 'Cennedy's chief lieutenant, in strength, they feel, in a votes. State-by-state political charts Tom Wicker

When Democratic strategists dependents in urban states like 'title if not in fact and he will number of states that Kennedy -In New England, and Mass- National,election maps Alvin Shuster

examine Lyndon Johnson New York Pennsylvania, Mich. welcome any inheritance of did not carry; they are smallerin achusetts and Rhode Island (18) Convention scoring tables John D. Morris

with the President as chief igan and California that he is Kennedy honor and prestige that electoral votes but their collective -and, on the West Coast, California Warren Weaver, Jr.
strategist this is the control not another "Republican in disguise -may have accompanied the office help could be of critical and Hawaii ((44)) 62 .
ling public image they find: ," as such voters often he inherited. Where Kennedy Importance.For votes. Total: 270 votes, an exact Joseph Loftus
1. He is a Southerner who was class Southern Democrats. But was strong, Johnson will cerI example, here is one pro-j majority. .. I ;:. '.. Claude Sitton

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Strategy, *.as? everybody withan I sure.. The point is, that in thejrestrategy I ar short of the 270 necessary to I tain a strong pro-civil rights got it. ..'-' '"; }f'I ,Y"i. l'i \ ): v. Edited by H c 3 F.ar. ....
instinct ffdr' combat knows, meetings, or as win, but a respectable start. The position nationally and preserve i What are* the Republican > ,r : "
is an absolute essential for vic-part of them, the principals recognized -state of Washington has been I a moderate or conservative image doing about it? = :.. ;: ,

tory. But it is only one of the the importance of unity. more often Democratic than Re- in the Old South? This is a They made a study of the F.: ;,H.. ;, :-

essentials; it is not even the first The second point is that there publican,. by a slight margin, neat political challenge to :the problem and found some of the ."" T' ; .McGraw-Hill Paperbacks $-93., "'-- -- ,

essential. A grand strategy for Is no Eisenhower available to but its nine electoral votes must I Democrats as well as the Re- causes of these weaknesses. .: t '''\t,t ,.. ..... ... .. .. ........ .
the Republicans is just so much I the party as a candidate in 1964. not be written off. publicans. Should the Republicans -Their Committee on Big City -. .. ..-: :.-. '.- jpo .
wild blue yonder unless they The third point is a question: concede the 25 votes of Politics reported, for example: :
Now to the
first weld perfect unity. If strat- Did the Republicans, as a party, we come great Texas if the Democratic nomi- We find that too many lead.. "

egy is the key to victory, unity really win? fornia.battleground The prize of the, 40 West votes Cali, is nee is a Texan? :ers in the Republican party -...';.,.,-.. .
must be the prelude to strategy. A case can be made for party have taken for granted that labor '\ -.
Whye should the unity prin- victory in 1952 because the party dazzling. The Republicans can- The Republicans cannot afford is in the other camp. At the
ciple hold special applicationfor won control of the Senate and not safely count"on it, but theycan't to concede anything, especially I same time our party leaders For

the Republicans? the House of Representatives as I unity, forget above all it, else either., is Here the 1 per cent a of state the missed vote -by as Texas only-I have taken for granted that ( now, too)
well as the White House. But i business as such generally not
First the party has nothingto great imperative. Moving east-, was -.in 1960.If the issue of ,
those in is
spare. It is a minority party. majorities Congress ward to Indiana ((13 votes) and fiscal integrity is worth using'at only Republican but works
evaporated in 1954 ,and have I at it. Neither of these views is
With few interruptions it has Ohio (26)), the weight of history all anywhere it is worth using
not been recaptured.The correct, and much potential Republican
been a minority party for 32 1956 victory was clearlyan favors the Republicans. vigorously Texas. The Great strength in both areas Ail-new, 192-page paperback manual. Compiled and written; 0

years. It needs everything it Eisenhower victory. Eisen- Illinois ((26)) is roughly classi- Lakes states, Minnesota (10)), has been lost by neglect and< A.
has and more besides, to win Wisconsin ((12)), and Michigan by New York Times reporters and commentators based in-:
hower was not considered a fied as a farm state. It has voted default..
in 1964. partisan political image figure.He for a Republican for President ((21)) are swing states with a Washington and other Times news bureaus. Designed,to heljj j;'
Second the is "in."' "Ike'' and voted twice often it has for slight Democratic bias. Circumstances \ There has been a minimumof
opposition was people as as a
the right candidate organized Republican activity you keep up with events in major election contests throughout .
I' ,
Being "in" is always an ad. for "Ike. When it came to other Democrat., Chicago, however, -
vantage unless the record of, offices, the Eisenhower Influence has a'way of diluting the down- and a well-planned campaign in both areas. Large blocksof the 50 states.
I could throw all three into voters remain rela-
awful it shrieks did not and the potential
failure is so carry over, or state conservative vote,
aloud. The "in" party tends to at least it did not carry over sometimes overwhelming It. Republican column. tively untapped.and So are man This Pocket size handbook contains state-bY-state political! :
renominate the President in office : adequately.Here Shade Illinois doubtful. power financial resources.
as long as the law allows,i then, are some dimensions Three states in the far North- WeaknessesNow To capture more of the big tables .. national election maps. handy convention scoring -

and the country tends to give of the'Republican prob- east, Maine, Vermont and New look at the Eastern doubt cities will the have Republicans to make without charts. everything you need to follow political events in the
the incumbent a second chance.I lem. Unless the Democrats Hampshire, with 11 votes, are deeper
The President traditionally I themselves put the country.In presumably safe for the,Repub states, big and ,little. Here we inroads into the ranks of the months.ahead.

chooses his ticket mate. This the mood for a change, the Re- licans. get 'i into Republican weaknesses. wage workers and the low-an'
lowers the risk of divisivenessand publicans will have to cultivate So far we have accounted for For if there was anything middle salaried employ e s. Here's an informed and convenient guide to the issues you'llbe

disunity among the Demo such a mood, exploit their own 132 potential Republican votes, clear about the of These are not bloc voters in much about in
causes Nixon's the sense that union officers hearing so this election year: civil rights. .
crats in 1964.Contrariwise. strengths, and convert their, including Washington State -
I defeat in 1960 it was his loss lead them by the In the
weaknesses. almost half the necessary num- nose. tax cuts. .. missiles and the space program..war and peace
the Republicans .of most of the big cities. The first place, most of them are not

entered 1964 as the party of internal I StrengthsThe ber.What of the South? national record is studded with even organized. In the second ..unemployment. ..foreign aid-all the points to be debated;.

contention for the Presidential This question was easier to examples of a big city that ne- place, the votes of the unionized in the heat of the upcoming campaign.

nomination. This, in the Republican nucleus lies answer in mid-1963 than in 1964. gated substantial Republican employes cannot be controlledby

view of leaders like Eisenhower, In America's agricultural heart-I November 22 made trash of majorities in other parts of the union leaders. This has been The New York Times Election Handbook is best bet for
state and thus threw your ,
is fine. It is a sign of robust land. Look at a previous calculations. same the demonstrated over the years. Influenced
party health, he believes, to the continental midland map. is a It has long been clear that in whole state to the opposition. by their union, perhaps making it all come clear in 1964. Use this coupon today-. o get ,/
have available so many el--ladder[ of states -Kansas, Ne- Presidential years the South's Kennedy had to get 64 per cent but not controlled. The
of Chicago's vote to win Illinois union your copy.
igibles. can push a trend; it can
braska, South Dakota North Democratic solidity has been
this view is by one-tenth of 1 per cent. He hardly reverse one.
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phy alone. Contention leaves have these states budged and Mississippi have : !
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crushed ambitions lively Even in 1948 when Truman ments and may do so again. I P. 0. Box 57 Gainesville, Flo. I'
campaigns seldom grow. shock so many conservative bulwarks Eight states of the Old Con-
The convention of course, in the West, these four federacy (omitting Texas for Z J MOVING : Enclosed is my check or money order (no stamps, please) for ':

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the delegates. But this majority Colorado to the west, are prime worth 86 electoral votes. Georgia -i 'SOON ,f '- r.' ,- ; .-ii-... ,
after the convention,- ill Republican territory, too. (12)) alone has a record of ? I r'-' .- 1 ::: "
not be enough for November vic To the south and farther west. never straying from the Democratic .1 :rE >. ','. """Yh '.tiE: Y y.;;:,.' II
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, I started going wiht kind, sober, hrd-working man. I told taking her arm when crossing the_ street I say that it's the YES 5'< +.r-wR40 YEARS /-BUTMADRAQTAlUf WHAT T SEEING MRS.HARrL1W!: ..
to take her escort's arm. All of the pictures I've SAT AT tM WINDOv FINALLY I BURN,'THE WEDDING 73l kSIT'S
: DEAR ABBY: By the time I was 17 I had broken all the Ten lady's place I DID I'M
Commandments except "Thou shalt not kill." I got into trouble seen of royalty, or' continental personages of good breeding, ACFLOSSTIaEVJAYALHIfa61D1a5K1 BLOOD 1N .NOT ROUSED \ COMING HEREJT I 6O1D /

: with a boy and he ran away. The Salvation Army took me !nand show the lady taking hold of the gentleman's arm.I MARRY ME/OJ+ -10 ia HuRRI.7 DOMPlNQTOl 7 KNEW I'D LOSE YOU ''TO GfT1L
I had my baby at the Booth Memorial Hospital I decided hate to see a great hulk of a man pushing some frail thing I DEAR? I AGAIN,IF='I DIDN'T

: to keep my little son. I worked as a waitress to support him. around as if she were on casters, or slightly intoxicated. I \L GET OFF MY- .

: I started going with a kind, sober, hard-working man. I told would appreciate your opinion. i 7'.a

a him the truth about myself right off but be didn't care. He M.K. .t 1c bfIl
: married me and adopted my 10-month-old son. He treats asgrand. DEAR M. K.: The gentleman should offer the lady his arm. I r f

. I don't deserve this kind of happiness. One thing bothers If he does not., she may gently take his arm and ask, "May I?" =c A

: me. Both my husband and I have dark eyes and dark hair. < r /

My son has blue eyes and bright red hair People keep asking DEAR ABBY; Roger and I were married only 16 months.

: us how come. My husband made me promise I would never We decided that our marriage was a mistake, and since there 4/ t et .

' tell anyone the boy wasn't his. Why can't I say I was married were no children to consider there was no point in spending r

: before and the boy is my first husband's? the rest of our lives in a loveless marriage. We got a divorce.

HATES TO LIE i Am I supposed to return Roger's wedding ring? How about .

: DEAR HATES: The boy is Legally your husband's son. my engagement ring? I put them in my drawer and have no JEST FINE SAKES

; Blond and brunette parents can produce red-haired offspring. desire to wear them. Would it be improper for me to sell the, AN'DANDY ALIVE U I FINE AN

-. You owe inquisitive friends nothing You owe your husband a set?. !-4 HOW DID YE DO YONDER YORE SCHOOLMARM COMES CANDIED !
great deaL Keep mum. DIVORCED ? ,
r DEAR DIVORCED: The wedding ring and engagement ring 11

DEAR'ABBY: My wife has frequently criticized me for not I are yours to do with whatever yon wish. dlam

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Adam: Pernell Roberts. 9:00 O Divorce Court J. / I

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WASHINGTON-Paris re- French has been heavy since should seize the occasion to cuisine" (fancy cooking), or

movement afoot to drive World War n, and the professorseems purge our own language of the "potato du Jour" (yesterday's _
ports a to feel that a France Gallicisms that make us vulnerable potatoes). 4 r
English out of the French lan- ttl
Its Tom Paine is Prof. speaking "Franglais" Is ripe for I to French cultural colon "Englench" Is also a weapon I

guage.Rene Etiemble of the Sorbonne plucking by meretricious dollar alism. I for the social destruction of Eng

imperialism. The ,dollar If France Is threatened fish speakers. Who doesn't
whose book, "Parlez-vous Etiemble Is out "to by know the feeling of unworthiness f X WE'RB 5ENO! #rfptJS- WHEN VVE\ F ..AN':> NoW,MItS.YE',S/I: IP YOU WHLWZITB awE A
Franglais?," calls upon French warns 'Franglais, the United States JOt iD THE AKE MACS TO CROSSTHaWALK Lpowse YOU MAY RETURN 1O.YOIJIt > Of OUZ ffcJCNC IN THa
such kill our language." has been subverted for years that results from being'trapped coo!col.CANYON .. BCEEp1N'FgONTERUr WtTHTHB iANIMALS. MI 5IONARy fOST&rNmo STATE Of THIS
repel corrupting '
In full of who
Anglicisms as "snack bar," Citizens of the Englishspeaking by "Englench, an evil lan- a room people sa'passe" MUST BE A THE NEW 60VCKNMENTPERSECUTES THAT THE tETTEW MST

'"!e knockout" and "dinkytoys"before world should not Interpretthe guage which mobolizes the na when they mean "over 0 V.LP.AND JVOMKTAKH. ,. WE A FJCNJC- WESTERN POSTED. AFTEK YOU LiAYI
it is too late. attack on "Franglais" as a salized "N," the Accent alga the hill"; "boudoir" when they ... 1V CHUKCMMEN fO1CTNfi ..JUNGIJil.I

and the silent consonant to bul- mean "bedroom", "rendez.vous" w urri. ;I I e ,.

i DID HALE GPAI and demoralize the pure when they mean 'date;" e r( ,,'i''
I I ) ADt: AVER ROM English speaker. bete noir" when they mean I'
NEt3 TI TAt11 TE "monkey on back "au -
my ;
The of "Englench"is :
ACROSS T A I L E D 0 t1 E h purpose courant" when they mean "hip, -f'
1.Seize 31.\\11hbI to destroy the English-speak
ESTER A R D E ti T :
I or "bon vivant and raconteur" Qcd
4.Elastic er's
32.Appointed psychological security by
D II A n E A T I .
when they mean 'Pierre Salin-
fluid times making him feel like a provin- j
PAW A L A M o "
7.Crowd ?
34. ger
Bordering cial. By destroying his defenses,
11.Tasteful 36.Splendor I The interloper among these
makes. him an easy mark for
13.C.Amu. 38.A.Mining L 1 t1 E G N A W E D "chi-chi" (phoney) "connoisse yR l
those who are out to gull him. -
tree 40.Behold g S T E R 0 1 D A P E urs" (eggheads) of the "naumonde"
14.Warble \ 41.1mpersoo When for example, the Englishspeaker
TEE O R L E R 0 h ( upper crust) eels
15. tp05- tor E fi D W E A R E R s sees a menu offering '"naive"' (square), "gauche"like pcaSrr l ELP V30 SEE THIS?
session 43.MiiceHaay "hors d'oeuvres" or "can- |:7 ASO CONFUSEW >1 TO PANIC,6K. Ya."va Got T10
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17.Working 46.Concealed I (Solution To Friday'! Puzzle) apes," be expects the meal to ( a hick from the sticks!), >c BETWEEN TitoykEPJ, lUAVSTOJTUlS use IT/
implements 48.Meat struggles to produce a "bonmot" /
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6. cost than it is worth. Will
DOWN Pentagram more
18.Title ,
Jdly (an elephant joke), com- JIRY O r'N ,
:O.Skyward 50.Coutamc 1.Isthmus r Fcndng he protest? He doesnt dare. Argument mits a "g a f f e'. (complimentsthe rM Far GETTTh4G eANYTHF43r
31.Judicially 51.Nodding 2.Turk. dummy m 1 g h t require him to hostess on her apartment'satmosphere -C Dotr'E.7i
53.Sea regiment 8.Almost pro d u ce "bars d'oeuvres," <
23.Suitably wallow S.Old 4German Intricate instead of its "am-
thus making him the laughing
10.Egypt biance") and makes
26.Top 54.Hi h sea gun a "faux
stock the He
28.Colliery son 4.Roman eanagod pays pas" (stirs coffee with his sup-
30.College 55.Ware helmet 12.Col; up, feeling cheated spineless em-Jour spoon). :
degree abbr. surge, 5.One Glenn's word incompetent and wretched. He is Feeling humiliated, he hopes I !
lev Design "
victim of
a "Englench. .
19.Host that no "recherche" (way out) o
r t S 4 I I' 11 O t ro If "Englench" were banned will fI. q
22.Scandinavian wit give him the "coup de k-

I' 1fJ 1/'& 4 saga the restaurant would have grace". (knife him in the ego.) IW 5
.. 24.Corrals to use the E n g 11 sh term for If the hostess is sympathetic,

+. 19 1i 25.However "hors d'oeuvres," which is "sor- she may grant him a "tete a a -

26.Hasten ry sandwiches. The price of tete" (private chat) and THANKS j FOR &BU&N3 ME MMe Scup KTTEK 1,1 josr6LOOC LVE A
playing -
tt [. I I. 27.Wrap the meal would be realistic and the "femme AJJ*I Zusr RECENEC A 1dYD 6ETTU STAY | WO THE CITY.'I KNOW MOO i LET ME DRIVE VOO{ TOHOWt. AWAY'. .
l tt; //IU 24 i U, 33.Hose oildcrtratiTC the diner would rise from the may tell him "entre nous' (just !K: USA'S E5CatW AGAIN. SHE AMY Tld TO GET LADYTT1I
rl r" t'l"/ table without needing his psychiatrist between you, me and the gate- W TOUCH WTH K ti. i

l'l1 U t! 3. 35.Stockades post), you need a tour dlior .....
f.U JSit 37.Swain In dozens of mercantile situations ion' (a fill-in) on how to behave
IJJ. 39.Symbol of
however undermInes the 'a"aantgarde' : r
faithful dead 'Englench" among ('EngIench' ; -
J6 fJl r'fi IJI fD /, q economic and mental spe \" 4r
Ir. t7 // 'Z/ Memphis .
ddefgod security. The cowed English The tim roe for a deal Q.cc.l
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: 43 44.Zascban4i .-;speaker pay through the ("detente", ince. For a

'f1 14 if' team nose when he sees "chapeaux starter, we back our LI

45.Legal deal (overpriced hats ); "peignoirrobe "snack-bar" Icy toys" x

iJ''I:;.. ;.,. '-Z' 4 47.6.Sever Sea bird ( ); "negligee" (nightgown); if France wk back Its

; [IJ ;.; $f f$5 4 9.Son of Ra "chemise" (dress for skinny "elan" (pizza) and pie "a la ::Ja
52.Negative women); "cinema" (f flossy mode" (3 cents worth of ice : I

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PolicefGarDamage: top this. With the great pound- I

... -' r:' :;;k'W5S"f ings, rhythms rolling, there is I

.;' CHORDS no way of softening either chorus ANNOUNCING :

Suit or orchestra without losingthe I

Master's spirit.On .

,Is SettledA J 1 And Discords the softer passages every-

thing was well and beautifully WAYNE D. MASON

done, but on the fortissimi the

damage suit asking for In z BY VERB RICHARDSBy solo voices did not come I'

'excess, ___of_ $50.000. .. from- a"city- pouceman :'ao5te .through. AU professional sing- ,;. .R -

and the City of Gaines- ers know the demands of this V .

ville apparently has been settled VERE RICHARDS Westwood and John Sweet for formed with excellence by every great work, which was done in : ?> IS NOW ASSOCIATED WITH

out Tjf"court. i The Junior High School Vocal Newberry. All were received section of the orchestra. the grand manner, except as I

'Attorneys for the plaintiff filed Festival, held in P. K. Yonge with hearty applause and all Troupin hurled them into the mentioned. 4' ERNEST TEW Realtor I

motion- to dismiss -: School last Saturday was certainly -sang well. No one singer was huge breadth of the great pas- ,

Friday. one of the best the official picked as the best of the whole sages and brought off almost -- and will be available to as- I

It ,hasn't been ,acted on yet, powers have produced. program, which is an excellent impossible climaxes and was NOTICEROACHES sist you with your Real Estate ,

The motion, filed by the law way of handling it. deft in the tender passages.The I problems, including Selling
As first I told

a point was
finn of Scruggs and Carmichael -I, last part, with chorus and t Exchanging, Property Manage.,
there 230 from Jacqueline Toy directed the
were performers, IN YOUR and ,
I ment Financing. Call -
states ,that "since the filing soloists was done with justice to any-

of this action the same has been Bishop, Buchholz Newberry remarkable Newberry Chorus excellence and built into a the huge stature of the work by HOME . . .' ime. : . . I IN CARE OF .
and Westwood. . OTHERS DO.
fully settled and satisfied by and their singing, with only 21 per orchestra and chorus, but in a

between the parties." Individual soloists were heard formers. number of spots the soloists did Call FLORIDA .

Scruggs and Carmichael represent l first by adjudicators Dr. Del- not measure up to the demands.The PEST CONTROL Ernest 'Tew -

Mary Logan Irving, who I bert Sterrett, program director Richard Frye, Buchholz music work is too big for any but CHEMICAL CO. Realty

was struck by a police at Union U. of F. director did wonderful '
car for .the Florida a .the greatest voices. Beethoven

University Avenue and Main judging singers from Buchholzand piece of work with his 17 sing-demands forte from orchestra 376-2661 2910 N.W. 13th St.

Street last June 28. pianists from Bishop, and ers, making a success even with i and chorus and the soloists must 376-6461

Officer Roland Mendelle ft1. D yid 1I1tt1.,, U. f 'I:'. Mozart' 12th .Mass Gloria.
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,art was driving the car. She: Department of Education, listening -
Jane Hall choral director
::1 sued Stuart and the city. from ,
to singers Bishop
She from Bishop, had 38 singers and
the car was dri-
and Newberry. performerwas
I well trained and
they were
,ven "Carelessly and negligently carefully marked in the important -

,".She claimed she was permanently points of their performance she had enough fine voices to .. 'S:: ..'y ."a w: .w r .S ........------.....-------.....
standard ordinary -
raise the above
crippled and impaired I read several of these a :: .
junior level. The L.\ 1 Center or Breakfast
In her ability to lead a normal high y 1C
and remarkably
life.She said she suffered papers, they ',were Bohm-Cooper "Still As the :: .i a 1t
perm. keen and at the same time
anent loss of earning power. Night" was especially good.
kind and helpful -,and one per- SlicedHAM

Precinct No. 1 Waldo City Hall former was chosen from each With over 120 singers, Joe i ;

j Clerk. Bertie M. Schendc. school as the best and appearedlater Johnson, choral director forgave
Inspectors. Charles W. Dean Estelle I
Confer, Btttee DeSha and Joseph' M. on the program In the auditorium Westwood, us a fine per-

Perter.Precinct. No. J Lacrosse Home. Demonstration ; Arthur Multot singingfor formance of his big numbers

Club [ Buchholz; Julie Larson for and .threw in some excellent
Clerk Delphi May.
'Inspectors Lois Moody. Grace Norrls Bishop, Gretchen Ten Eyck for smaller groups, like the six girls
Mary Colson, end Martha j. Willis.
'Precinct No.' 3 Aachua Community Cen- I and the guitar.In .
t Clerk Idella Harris.' COUNTY COURTHOUSE the auditorium Dr. Ster-
Inspectors. Coney Shaw Mary Hlnck I GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
:-aiman. Theressa WelnarU Mamie Waten. Notice Is hereby given that the Alach- rett and David Wilmot began I = < t REGULAR i
and Carl W. Hiller. ua County Zoning Commission, will hold
,Precinct No. 4 GetnesvUte Kirby Smith a public hearing at 7:30 P.M..on Wednesday training the whole group o f
'School April 2*. MU In the County singers, Dr. Sterrett handling REG. 59* ARMOUR STEAK 1 79 t
Clerk Emmie McCaO. Commission Room (401) In the Courthouse
Inspectors Lois F. Carr. Betty Jean to consider requests to reione the the "Capital Ship" and Wilmot i
'Parker Cecllle J. pagan DorothyBourteats > following described property In the following the Franks 391. LB. 1
,. Eunice Ferryman, and Mary described manner:' the "Battle Hymn. After
CJarH Am .' Application No. M Rezone from Aggrtoittvre choruses had all the singers
.Precinct NO. f Gainesville J. J. Finley I to Business "A" (Requested sung REG. 2.69 ARMOUR BARBECUE SPARERibs L J
School by Mr. Norwood Hope) came on stage and sang ..
'Cjartu.8tu!.,Strickland. A tract of land situated In the NW
.JASpectors- Lucy Zelgler Mabel Rob- U of Sec. 25 TtS RltE Alachua the two numbers under their, I'A & T
ArtV.a E. Williams Myrtle B. County. ,Florida said tract of land
OValker_Mary, So Murray, Ada ,Bethea being more particularly described as respective directors. Both were
...,.Elberl-.... follows: :great performances.
Precinct No. f Newberry Municipal Commence at the NW corner of Sec
Building 25 ''TtS, RILE and run SOI degrees
cteI Btshep. 02' 26" E. along the West line of the Edward Carwithen, Choral
IN ecton."OrtII McElroy, Madeline C.C1ery. NW M of said Sec '25. 659.10 feet; I and Orchestra P. K. Yonge EXTRA STAM BACON
.' Ofivta IoGrIY./ T. B. Kirby tnence run N M degrees 57' :34 E.
W Arthur N.. Schouten. 50.00 feet to the Easterly right of wayline Music director, made an ex-
Precinct, No, 7 Gainesville! Sidney Lanier of NW 34th Street and the Pointof
School Beginning; thence run S 01 degrees cellent and very pleasantmas-
Clerk, Thelma Lovttt..Inspectors or 26" E. along the Easterly right ter of ceremonies.
Mary Htekard. Emily of way line of said NW 34ih
..Beach Vivian Brown, Ruby Oyalnd Street '60.00 feet thence run N 80
Kenneth C.. Kendall. degrees 36' 41" E. 336.13 feet to the
Precinct Na..* Hawthorne Town,Hall Westerly right of way line of NW 23rd or*
Clerk.Annle-Cv Jacksoiu Blvd. (Glen Springs Road),, thencerun -
'Inspectors LettaWedsworth. ., FlorrleHelmlnfoller. N 17 degrees 44* trw along the
Pearl smith. Mildred Westerly right of way line of said NW Sunday, April 5, the Univer- Luncheon Meat
h Williams and Robert.-GretOrY'. 23rd Blvd. (Glen Springs Road) SUBER'S
Precinct No. t. Uhw>*-Grove* Town Hall 60.00 feet; thence run sao degrees sity of Florida and the Lyceum
Tterk, W. Lr Crosby 31' 41" W. M0feet to the Point of
Inspectors,' Mrs. Harry Evans. Lillianp..Gtlsat'Alke'Howara Beginning. Council presented the University 25 EXTRA STAMPS with 2-Lb. SUPERBRANC DRY CURED /
Marllla Greg The above described property Is located ,
Choir and University Choral -
; at the Intersection of NW 23rd Boulevard ,
l isCenter IMt11a: 1> Mlcanopy, Community Application.and NW. 57-1 Street.Rezone from- Agri- Union, trained by Elwood Cottage Cheese REGULAR 59

.Clerk Lucrefla S. WMtehurst..Inspectoix. culture to Business "A" (Requested by Keister, and the University
Louise Graham Clara Mr. L. W. Graham as agent for Mrs. SAVE 20* EACH
smith.. Bianche.Emerson, and Dorothy Eva I. Traxler and Mr. B. D. Trax- Symphony Orchestra, all con- 50 EXTRA STAMPS WTTH ANY SIZE
E. Eastep. ler) ducted by Edward Troupin in ._ L0.QwkTAY .
Precinct No.11 Archer Town Hall That pert of the George Atkinson :
Clerk, Nil* Venable. Grant and Sections 11 and 1T7S. the annual Spring Concert, fora Tarnow PIZza.
Inspectors Annte 'Campbell,.J. W. Sim- RUE that lies en the North side and
mores Elmer Grantnenv and Garland within IOM feet of the following described great crowd in the Gymna- RIGHTS RESCRVH: >-PRC S OCX> THWWL 5JHe4
I.. Reed. liner Commence at the Inter-
'Precinct No. 12 Galnesvnie-Stephen .Festr section of the centerline, of Interstate sium. iJ ween-Daps t.oMe. MR r.oPV.-Uf'-.
School --- 1-75 and State Read No.'.3-234 thencerun
clerk. Bessta Clark: I Southwesterly along the centerline The Orchestra performed in
Evelyn e Tavotar, Violet I WaV of State Road No. S-234 for a distance 51 Extra Top Vatae Strap -A F RED RfPEmmi
leaver Thelma Sparks Len of 2450 feet. excellent fashion Beethoven'sEgmont 0
( WO[ Ioer. 4ibell Wenzel. ,and ,William bated Overture followed by WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF | ,
P...Jones..PreclncLNo ,
13 Gainesville School AdanMstratia Intersection of Interstate 1-75 and Sta'e Vaughan Williams' "Serenade TWO PK *. FttoZDt SOUTHERN BCLLCSlutted TOMATOES
Building Road No. 5.236.Application .
Xtark Agnes R. Greet(. No. 57-2 Rezone from Agriculture to Music" on a text from Shakespeare' Shrimp ,
I ,Jnspeciers Flora T. Green. Mitt). D. to Business "A" (Requested by 0
TIompeoII."tvonN M. Ward. Joyce F. Mrs. L.. W. Graham as agent for Mrs. "The Merchant of Ven T 1 etooo Tastes Arsm. )ns %
Kldd. Virginia Simons and Elizabeth Eva ,I. Traxler and Mr. J. T. Vaughn) ice. This beautiful music was AT ANY WIMMJMYM
A. WII"" ...... That part of the _George Atkinson 2 39.
Precinct No. 14 Melrose Home Demonstration Grant that lies on the North side end well handled by the choruses of 91 C1S.
'Club within 1050 feet of the following described
Clerk Thelma & Preston. line; Commence et the Intersection about 250, the Orchestra, and
Inspector, Flora T. Green Mlttle D. of the centerline of Interstate four soloists Lynn Owen soprano LETTUCE'
Engeffce, Dorothy 8: Harned and EtfieB. 1-75 and State Road No. S-234; ,
; 'I'" thence run Northeasterly along the Joanna Simon mezzo-
'Precinct No. IS Rochelle Old School centerline of State Road No. S-234 for
.Building distance of 2500 feet. soprano, William Green tenor 50 Extra Top Vato Start .
Clerk Hazel ZetrouerlInspectors The above described property Is located 1 I saw
Willie J. Zetrou.i. Thelma at the Northeast comer of the Intersection and Malcolm Smith bass. WITH THIS cot>rort AND PURCHASE OF
Tlllmaiu..Margaret L. MCPherson and of interstate lay and State The soloists this number
William.P. McPnerson. Road No. S234.Application Owe HOWARD JOHNSON FKonatChocolate .
,Precinct No U Gainesville Girt Scout No. 57-3 Rezone from Agriculture well. Miss Owen's voice is good Cake \2 '
.Cabin to Business -A" (Requestedby *jit 291
..cl."" Eonko Miller. Mr. L. W. Graham as agent for Mrs. size, with vital resonance on top, cooo Tea Paws fowl 4 READS
.Inspectors. Haul teamen. Myrtle Eva I. Trader and Mr. J. T. Vaughn) Miss Simon with rich tone
Cope. Erwhene Crozler. Mary Black. That part of the George Atkinson ATAMYWINH4XXTC
-Llnnie Hendrtx. Irene Caudle end Robert Grant and Section 17. T7V RISE that Greene gave much lyric beautyto 92 .
J. Dbcon.Precinct lies on the South side and within 1050 4I
: No. 17 Gainesville Gainesville feet of the following described line: his work and Smith's voice lARGE HEADS
'WoN School Commence at the Intersection of the
Xlerk. Vile D. Ames.Inspectors. centerline of Interstate 1-75 end State was big and intense. r+ 'Oct .
: Ruth E. Artee CirMude Ma- Road No. S-234; thence run Northeasterly e
san, Mary Ellen Blssland. and Marge- along the centerline of State The magnificent 9th Sym- '
ret A. CJIne.reclnct Road No. S-234 for a distance of 2500 ..-
/' > No. II Arredondo presbyterIan feet. phony of Beethoven was perSinkhole .Si Extra TtaVtksStwsf
Sunday School The above described property Is located
at hoe Southeast CF
Clerk. Route Ambrose. corner of the Intersection
Inspectors Wlbna Dee Fruler Lyda | of Interstate I-7J and State TWO >FKOZKN PATIO -' :
Mae WIlL. Esther N. Griffith and Nath- Reed No. 5.236.Appikatlon MORTON FROZEN a ALL FlAYORS
ail.*.B. Anchors. : No. 57-4 Rezone from Agriculture Eftdw a Omars
Precinct No. If Dregs Heights Worn- to Business "A- (Requested
by Mr. L W. Graham IS agent for Mr. ooo TIAres,11 wl Cream Pies Y39i
-ark Mora IM Dauotorfv.Inspectors I. D. Trailer) SIZE
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Merti. P. Tlson Opal That part of the George Atkinson Blocks ANT .
Brown, Hive E. Tlllman. and Edith Grant and section 19. T7S. RUE thai
Tono.r.Precinct. lies on the South side and within 1050 U88 S FEtSB cc.: REG. OR WNC
No. Jo H gh Springs City HaH feet of the following described line: WINTER HAVEN (AP-U.S.:
Cltr*. Maude B. Swflley.Inspectors. Commence at the Intersection of the
Rebecca King. Maude C. centerline of Interstate I-7J and State Highway 27 was blocked early Lemonade 9 o-oz. 991
Small Lena S. St.Butrke Mc. Road No. S-ZMI thence run Southwesterly Cans
Arthur. Christina Heritage. along the centerline of Stale today by a developing sinkhole .
Precinct No. 21 High -P.HAOS HuM Road No. 5-236 tor a distance of MM 50 Extra Top Value Staff
Clinic feeL just north of Dundee, the Florida M SAVE 8# CRACKIN' GOODSaltines
Clerk. Alma Peterson.Inspectors. Tile above described property b located WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFCMC -
Willie Ruth Chastaln. Gertrude It the Southwest corner of the InttrleC.: Highway Patrol reported.
CTSteen. Mabel B. Candy. Ella tlon of Interstate -7* and State Road TWIN PACas CKACJUN GOOD 15194A1OE
Guytm, and Alvtona Wiggins. No. -236-- UB.EOX
Precinct No. 22 CampvUie' Methodist Application No. 51'Rezone from Rest- Trooper Bill Giddings said the Dip w Palate Chips o sogo5le.rr o 0 0 0
Church : : AAAerLY3BCenlanlt "A" (Request. right of had dropped about
Clerk L. P. Cosgrove. Jrssl, tllawl
Inspector, Flora M. Sherouse Arts L Commence at the NI corner of Sao one foot and a power pole be- AT e t
Tlllman Alice P. Unto.Joseph Salea. Beckham, and tin 35-40"T11S.W 1t2Oa.3U37'and, thence run N run M depress I- side the highway! was slowly '4 $

Precinct No. 23 Oafnesvttla f*. K. Yonse 13 hi'degrees line of G3"JT W. along the ) sinking into a hole about 10 feet :: Loaf Bread 2 31t
School a graded roed 11&. ', 7V
CEsteld Tllghman. ttIanc: run N 22 degrees w. deep. The area was describedas
Inspectors, Elizabeth Markham Audrey Vrfi Mid rleled road Tand tN
about the size of a semitrailer.
Blanton Martha S. Omar. Otto Jell if thence continue West. 351.?;
sea and Eva Olson. thence run N a degrees 01* 41" W.
Precinct Na. 24 Galnesvme Wew i a d 115.0" to till Seuttt R-W 01 the Flanm -
SchetlCierfc. ROId; tI\eftct run S D degrees 1 1 1 1
Sarah Deck. W 17- W along MM R-W 431.0; thence The section of highway is between .
Inspectors. Carolina WtHlnoham. Anna run S 22 degree ST If state roads 542 and 544, 1 .
L. Powell. Call DeGrove. MergeretHumphries. said R-W 25.8 r to the East R-irS
1 Edna H. Bronson and Mary Interstate highway 75 (State Road W); east of Winter Haven. 1 1 1 1.
Ann Frazer. thence run S 22 degrees or 41" E 1 .
Precinct Ne. JS Calnesvllle Buchholz Traffic was rerouted on those
along said R-W I34.W to the I.C of e l 1 1 1 1 1
School said curve having a radius of two arteries. 1 1 1 1
Florence :::6.
Clerk. Rlppur.
1M 1 1 1 I
a delta angle of 10 degrees
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Inspectors Hassle Bod. Minnie Means 17IS*, and 1 1 1' 5
being concave in a
Helen A. Bennett Gertrude Shackleford. '
Myrtle .Johnston, and June L. Pwkner.PrtOnct Southwesterly' direction; thencerun i
No. 2a Gainesville Utttewobd a tong said cures In a Southeast- 1 Zt 1 t 1
School erly direction and arc distance ofasisr Israel is turning ancient ruins
S. Storm. to the LT. of said curve
Clerk Margaret
Inspectors. Martha 0. Baker. Frances thence run S 11 degrees 44 Ot" E into living" towns. The 10th city 1 1 1 1 ,
BoytM. Fee M. Cewtes, Freda Elhvood. -aiong said RoW 112.M', thence run N in 40 centuries is rising at Arad i
47 44' ir E it
Helen Davis and Mesa M. Flagg. degrees m.uto
Precinct No; 27 GalnesvUd Recreation the West RaW of a *r graded road: and a cooperative farm village I t /
Cente/ thence run N 11 degrees or 20" E adjoins the ruins of En-gedi on COMETCLEANSER THRIFTY MAID S MUELLER ELBOW i FOLGERS i ,FRISKIES
Clerk Elsie Gereld. along said R-W 32t- 4to the P.aB. 1I
1 1 /
Inspectors. Bessie T Tyson Jacob E. An being and tying In the NE U of the Dead Sea. 1 /
Tyson. Sue E. Martin Ethel Pkkeren Section 34. T11S. Rio!. Alachua Coun Apple Juice MACARONI Inst. Coffee DOG FOOD
Patricia, Farris and Suzanne Barow. ty. Florida. Containing fJ4 acres 1 j 1 1 1
Precinct No. 21 Galnesvill Voting, Machine more or less. IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1 1 .I
Warehouse ,The above described property Is located COURT. IN AND. FOR ALA- Size ; Serve 8* \ Save 4H* 8-oz. Pkg. ; Serve 36 10-or. Jor Savd 4/2t} 1-Lb. Can
Cieri!.-L"'It- 1C. aMtln. In the Southeast earner of the Interaction CHUA COUNTY STATE OF FLORIDA. -
Inspectors Ebb S. Johtieon Matt B.TubevUle. of l.tentate-75 Mid the road from IN CHANCERY. 1
Eleanor Cunningham. MaryB. Mkanoey to Ftomlngton. CASE N_._ I
Johnson Edgar S.- Dunn Laura M. Application No. 3 t Variance to operate log I .9re
Stewart;and Marilyn Green.Pix.BX.fNo. a cocktail lounge In a Business "A" IN RE: Adoption of 1 1 i 1O10 ?
.' 2f GalnejvlMa- Howard zone. (Requested by Mr. rant U *eyes) DEBORAH SUE AllEN. minor and ? 1
Bishop School' TIle West 264 feet of the following described PAMELA KAY STEVENSON. minor.
Cti, ." Gwtn. Oulaner. tract ef land: Commence at NOTICE TO FILE WRITTEN 1
Inal'O: on. Mary J. Davis Beverly En- the Northeast comer of Lot 24 of theAAackeyHudso DEFENSETO .
tel, Mary ; Culbream Geraldine Slu- Tract and being part : GEORGE VERNON Limit 2 wi$ .5o ord.w more Stock up at this low prior j Sat at this low pric i 1R. ow'a lloi a pfoevu coffee j Stock p for your t pupIJ
art, FJortne' Halt) .l-ee. Esther. Tfcerwaid. of the Mclntosh Went as recorded In STEVENSON tan of S st I "Iey
and UlUaA H. Ford. ', Plat Book "A". Page 33. ef the Pub- Groves. Inc. Winter Haven Florida
Precinct No.,3 _GalneivUle Lake For- Ida fixnce. run. S 4 degrees 44 E You are hereby notified that a suit for
eitScnoolCJert A- along the..Grant Line J7.4 feet to the adoption of your minor child, PAMEL/
OdelU OMMV .o...,-'ttienc. nm S U .degrees 14 Kay STEVENSON has teen: filed In th
Inspectors ...... Bryant Flora. .Al.. W. aM feats hence run, S 2 degrees above captwned court and you are r -- -.
day. Store .Davis Sybil Wetdonr JMsla 4T-.W.' 1U Met, > thence run MM dt- quired to file your written defenses .
Ward Balm sucks, end Beverly S. reee'IK E. til het to the East line any to said action or or before M
LeevelLPfKinct I of .Lot 24i thence run N 4 degrees *fW 4. IM4 and serve a copy upon JOSEfE. '
No. 31 Gainesville. Florida Uft- in feet to the PAB. lets the JOHNSTON. JR. Attorney at U 'he s
Smallf Place
ten MMt *-- ""rtf1 To J pliaod To'EalTh
RO W right ef-wey of-Stete Read No. 2J. 2t South Brooksvtlle Avenue. Brae o. 'fAillUs
Clerk Dr. F.-W. Kokomoor. The above described property Is local54 Florida. Failure to da M i .
Inspectors. Bvetctte Wells."Gladys 'Raczyn at 4421 S. W. 1Ui Street. cause a Decree Pro Confesso to be-I ,
;'lasephtna Butler Jot:Upham.amri recommendations' : of the Zoning you. 0
-**-tMet WBson. Commission will be presented to INBoard Oaten this 7tft day of April, ,,". i
>' 32 Gaiesvgie sl; itldr of County Commissioners at theirmeeting Gainesville Florida. -
.*, r r Churda .........- to be _held at *:30 P. M. en J... B. CARMICHAEL
f.*: Tuesday. May i.' 1m Clerk Circuit Court
I wp *e sire Fidtonl 'Haul Uem- ,ALACHUA COUNTY ZONING By Emily waterhouM
.rAfi r +ret Buckhatwan. and Jack I COMMISSION DPvty Clerk I
.,. .. Iy Howard Wesiwt Secretary Court Seeii
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CLAiSiFIED ;. ; .. .-. WANT-AD RATES=;. .. :
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-: REID POOLE JJ Divine Poem," Mahler's Eighth an impressive list of first per -, ... ".'rn.372..8"" ..I............ .... .

Head, Department of Music ,1l N1 G Symphony, Strauss' Alpine: formances. Among the world .,. c : I -for- 0 _.. __ ..

'. University of Florida : Symphony and Fourth Piano: premiers are Bartok's Third Pi- .' :- l'! k) If.. Dial ,, :::::-a- : ," :.
$ Sixth. ... "Classified oil .'
} Concerto Sibelius' Fifth .- _
{ POST ano Concerto; Barber's Violin -. .
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The great Philadelphia Or- -- -- .
rrt and,Seventh Symphonies, Stra-: Concerto :and Ballet Suite "Me- Things -j- -

of chestra, unquestionably: one vinsky's "Le Sacre du Prin- dea;" Bloch's Suite SymPhopique 376.4672 -I :. .DE, ADL1. He S :

the finest symphony orchestras -
First "
Shostakovich's '
4F temps, ; Harris' Symphony No. 9; Tues. thru FrU papers S pjn. Day before publication :
;: in the world, under its Symphony, Berg's "Wozzeck," Hindemith's Ballet Suite "Cu- for 8dL L go h Sun. a fr-12:00 am SaL... .
< eminent conductor, Eugene I For ads to go In Mon. p&per-1 pm. Sat.
Schonberg's "Gurrelieder" and and both ..
pid Psyche; Marti- -"
Ormandy, will present aI concert rc a Glucklich Hand." == (Minimum ad 4 lines)
.R "Die nu's Concerto for Two Pianos a

in Florida Gymnasiun} on Announcements FAMILY RATES .. .. _
conductor and his F o u t h Symphony ; == "J. ,
the University of, Florida cam- An unexpected guest J. \
Or- Milhaud's Suite for Violin and = 1 insertion :.t..........-.. -We fin* .. .
pus on Wednesday,. May 20, in 1931 was Eugene is 3 InsertIOns .. s2e ne.
who stepped in at the Orchestra; Piston's SymphonyNo. i i Insertions .,...f.-uc-nne'
mandy 7 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICEIN | 12 insertions' ..?.:.. .. .. "laTTInai
J964.The Symphonic
is last moment for ailing guest art- ; Total charg. wputed by multiplying,; total'Wnei x rate e
concert a special .
presentation Fourth Piano Concerto and GAINESVILLE its g;; ed x numbs of Insertions. ..

of the Lyceum' Council ist Arturo Toscanini. Ormandy conductor Third Symphony of Rachman-- GDI'S 116 Central PHARMACY Plaza i I .- '. .. .,"- "'W,., '.''; '
All seats will be $2 was engaged as guest Wlt1H>lxle) = ;
in: reserved the Violin >Sv (next to .
sections. Tickets are frequently thereafter.He inoff, Concerto by For prescriptions ft cosmetics I S Five Utter words per Una .. ......., ,
Schonberg and Webern's "In
scheduled to go 'on. sale April was named conductor in SommerwuKtM LEARN TO ORIVEI Spegal... Ifni'

27, :she first day of classes of T rE-- of the Philadelphia Orchestra in tendon Easy Way to nervous Driving School or elderly.FR 5 .'' 8 Pt. ordinary Same..as fyJ 2 >I. ._ >_ ._

the summer trimester, at, th e 1936. He has been the orchestra's He has .also. been responsible 27002. Uc. by State of Fla. c I ,. 12 Pt Sam..s 3..aht.1 -rt:::: ..a

"H b" Information Booth. dalJy permanent conductor and i for introducing to American audiences SWINGING like to meet young other couple Intelligent would orcflnary :" :. ,

1 to 4:30 pjn : music, director ever since, and! many of the )important couple with Imagination new Same as'4 lines' ".. '.. I

was privileged to hear the: beginning of a long, close association with the 1963 64 sea son celebJated works of Blitzstein, Kodaly. Gainesville ideas.' Apply SunSPECIAL Box. 283-M. care of = .18'P t. ordln.ry type ::.: .

Philadelphia Orchestra ust. last with theo orchestra, fre- : his 28th anniversary o Prokorieff, Rachmaninoff, Shosf 6 NOTICES I n..- --

month in its. home auditorium,' quently as guest conductor introducing making m u sic al history and takovich and Thomson, and 24 Pt.Same .s S lines :

Philadelphia's Academy of his. own compositio leading the Philadelphia Orchestra -the recently unearthed Tchai- You The Citizens Bank will accept type .

Music. I its in premiere performances.After No. 7. sealed bids on the following I h
can assure you to the greatest years of its kovsky Symphony Items: 1963 Pontiac Star chief 4- E .
reputation is welldeserved.Hearing the death of Scheel in illustrious liIeUniversally door hardtop. air. power steer. T e Gainesville IonSUn nc:1I not -: responsible for more than ens
Ing and brakes. 1962 U Glaspar 28 will 1 1t liable for an y error b
the orchestra in its 1907, Carl Pohlig took over the acclaimed with 1962 Scott 75 HP, and Hur- tisement to a greater extent than t the
as one space omf
1:00 & 3:45 pled by the item in Ne:
ricane trailer. 1959 the
Crosby with advertisement
1 64th season, one can hardly podium.During Pohlig's tenure, of the g rea t conductors of our 6:35 & 9:20 to Evlnrude 75 HP., and Gator i3 be made on errors that cto not materially effect the value. iff

imagine that it had the usual the number of subscription concerts time, Eugene Ormandy has s trailer.Bids accepted Contact until Mr.April Sherrod.17th. E the advertiMlMnt.

small scale beginning, stemming rose to twenty five pairs made unique contributions to HONORABLESCREEN
from a number of amateur and the orchestra enjoyed continued the orchestra. He is a master o s; 8 Baby Sitters. Child Car 53 lecting Gainesville any advertisement Sun reserves Which the It privilege deems of obfectlonal reviling or .... '

Il and semi professional growth in stature. In: orchestra builder, and his SMASH! TINY TOT e change derail to the conform classification to the Polkan of tin pal rt from that and Oi'De to

a$sociations. November, 1909, Sergei Rach-
I flawless judgment has selected I COLOR I
The orchestra presented Its manioff appeared for the first NS' PLAY SCHOOLVisit
: the finest musicians for the for I i{ jlmnlllQlmmInUIlmnmmllllllJl&t! !rr na.
l first concert November, 1900, time as pianist, composer and first: chairs of each section of 24 SE us 8th and St. FR see 4-7804.yourself. '--

t si Philadelphia's Academy of conductor, and another long, the orchestra to produce the PLANNED program awaits your 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 12 Mole Help Wan a
Music under the direction of :fruitful composer orchestrarelationship famed "Philadelphia Sound. : &pre-sehool JILL NURSERY youngster at SCHOOL.JACK

Fritz ScheeL s p r a ng to life. Before He is a perfectionist and a Music programs, educational Baby 55 or sitter over.white In good lady health.widow.Local MAN..wanted preferred f?r. local milk
Even from the beginning the his d eat h in 1943 Rach ?I srP4 film-strips. 7.45-5.15 Mon-FrLj references must have car 3S. High school ages %1. to
; tireless worker. Of the tremendous 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 63900. and must be willing to drive to good ed. preferred
t'orchestra numbered from 80 to .maninoff had made more than catalogue of ColombiaRecords RELIABLE sitter wishes to care home in N. w. Gainesville sm St.healftt. Apply 206 SWCOMBINATION
No for Infants or small children In Monday thru Thursday 7:30
85 jplayers. Concerts increased 38 appearances with the orchestra by the Philadelphia Or- Longer her home. Reasonable call FR A. M. to 4 30 pjn Friday 7:30 body and tender

from six the first seasonfdurteen to proof that he 'would rather chestra, nearly 250 have been 6-3897. $10 A. M.gas to allowance 12 noon. $50 if month good and and Contact man wanted.BtH GOOd Bray working Hawpow-Cond.

pairs and eventually I perform with the Philadelphia I CHILD or Infant care; private dependable will receive raise ers Body Shop 41t SW
recorded with Ormandy cone home; LJttlewood\ area $35 mo. later. Write box 39t-A Gainesville _FR 20538CAREER 3rd Ave.
tQ twenty two pairs, thus establishing II Orchestra. than any other in th ducting.He ""'" ; or Phone can 61961.pick up and deliver. Sun. Opportunity, with

a precedent of continual world. "' WANT $23 PER WEEK and a new bona) organization. na
has been WILL. take care of Children in wardrobe? Show 21 Young man
responsible for RoSAL1H ALFc my our lovely dress to n. Ambitious/ and I
progress which the orchestra When Leopold Stokowski was home from 12 noon until 10 p.m. es. Fashion Frocks Dept.- P- to *toriclilar* and commission.wIning!

still follows. The. .current engaged as conductor in 1913,! ............. RtJSSE&GuINtI'ESSAJ.woRiryof(! 6-night.601. At reasonable rates. FR 6401 Cincinnati. O. employees.purchase plan for permanent I
EXPERIENCED secretary desired. Company ear-
season consists of some 80regular he inherited an organization ..' '. Write your qualifications. Must be and leads tumlshed. Retirement
concerts. In additbn technically expert and enjoying c.IooooI s-IooI .... ... Employment able to use electric typewriter and and lence group requIred.benefits. No exper
ONE We uta .
dictating equipment. State salary .you.
the orchestra presents Po reputatin at home and K tnt>e [rita_ ChtebK, will pay for experience and abili PPPOrlunity the right man.for advancemeN to. .
pabroad ty. Write Box 400-A Galnesvl 11 i a SInge( Co.
concerts, Pension To the orchestra he I ..- -PLUS WILD SHORT"RASSLING 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Sun. 216 W. Unlv. Ave. .
+W ate'
.v""* SOFT drink
concerts, youth programs, and brought a highly individual .- HOUSEKEEPER needed by April now for route salesman' Job
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS open dependable 6amb!
27th to take of 4 -
care children.
several "specials." style, vitality and daring. He *. Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating Reference required. Call 376-292 man must.have local re

I Another precedent: set fromthe was notable musician and leader 214 NW Alsa 13th la Ocala FR 6-6472 RAMPA E"I Need Cosmetics.famous Full or Studio Part Time.Girl From 9 ajn. to 9 p.m. vacation Terence;and group be bondable.Insurance .paid good

I very beginning was the an with an unfailing sense of Phone 376-4336 after '- \ WANTEDONE chance"i' S. for Main.*1v between ncernent.9.a.m.Apply

,! nual engagement of the brightest showmanship. For 28 seasons, EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHERS. beauty operator i .days per _and noon. or ..fterp.m..
week. Call
Openings available at
names in the musical world.In Stokowski made memorable Sperry. Typing and dictation FR BARBER ber WANTED. Morrison Bar.
I 2-1581 Shop ni N.W. 10th Ave
Scheel's day alone the roster music and memorable talk. : skills based necessary.on experience.Starting Submit salary resume Gainesville Gainesville.S.'o Fla 37M3M.s' *r*

included such soloists as Friml, He also made the orchestra not In confidence or telephone 12 Male Help Wonted
372-0411 Ext. 225. for BARTENDER .MANAGER En'
Saint Saens, Ysaye, T h i b aud, merely one of the top handful of appointment. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY perlenced. Cocktail; lounge pack.;

Kreisler, Sembrich, Schumann- top ensembles in the country, I } EMPLOYER. ONE of the.largest insurance companies m age store.*fl's/-' P Write e nonality.E. L.ambition Ray, 107
Don't miss the premiere showingof EARN up to $50 a week. Full or In the country has a position North Main
Heink, Gadski, Hofmann, Lou but a dynamic model for othersto part-tIme. No Gainesville. FR
four all new homes today at r soliciting or collect open for man between age 2.6161.MARKET.
ise Homer Lhevinne, Rubin follow. II Highland Court Manor. See back ing car neccessary. Call FR 21 to 38. Unlimited future. Startat
page of classified section for details. 1968. $80 per week. After first 2 man wanted. Sober nil.
stein d'Albert and Moritz As'a champion of new music,. LUZIERS COSMETICS weeks $100 and better. Call 372- able d e pen dable./ Will n g to
can for work. Apply in
RosenthaL In 1904 Richard Stokowski achieved .an impressive .APPROVED. by American Medical appt. Market. 1424 Hawthorne person Ea Road.t Side
Association. Personalized MEN to train as route salesmen.
Strauss and Felix Weingart- list of American and world service No guess. grab go me- Guaranteed salary. All company ONE part time auditor. Apply In
thod. Full or part time work. benefits. Liberal vacation pol- person to Hotel ThomaS 415 NE
gartner appeared guest con premiers. Among these Call Lois Williams. FR 2-6045. icy. After assignment to route, 2nd Street. No telephone calls

ductors. For Strauss, it was 'the "firsts" were Scriabin's "TheRENTATV FULL or part-time position open salary ranges from $300 to $500 pleases _. _
In credit per month depending upon ambition YOUNG but
department. Must have aggressive
Or Use collect experience. and desire to work. Those 'expanding
: Apply In with no desire for a nafionahY needs'm e*
person J. M. Fields Departmentstore. permanent coast to coast. Age education arid
position or no ambition to make *ale experience '
-rw barrier
, money need not apply. Apply in business ar
: : arit Waitresses Apply In person. person. Borden's Dairy. 2420 NE so plentiful even no
'; ;,. ::: :: fl, Jerry's Restaurant 2310 S.W. 1ft" Cr.ROUTE. training required; Exceptionally'high '
WANTEDThe .. .- 13th StreetWAITRESS 0 earnings your yery first
SALESMAN Gainesville month. NO door to-door,.no night
t. ,: eetst rv4rr.t wanted. Apply in person Area. Must be bondable See W. calls five day week. Easiest
mMSIQN122RW. 't Cookies Truck Terminal A. Carlton or Jim Johnson.Carl* best
TECH job money you ever had
4 Hawthorne. tons Dairy. Hawthorne. Fla.
your permanent. Send
UrhAveSUBURBIA WANTED attractive young lady DISHWASHER wanted apply in name address to 1028 7th Avenue
between ages 21 and 35. Good person. Wonderhouse Restaurant South Room 7, Birmingham.
pay. Savings and Loan |lob In 14 S.W. 1st St. Behind I Alabama. Complete Information
Gainesville: Sun is now accepting applications Starke prior experience In use Sears. mailed Immediately.. __
of office machines also desire
able. Call 964-4501 Starke, If .Interested MAN 2> years or over to work SHEET metal man experienced In
STARTS TONIGHT for bike routes.Gainesville. for Interview. Central with our Florida.manager Car In the required area of roof 5315.and "gutter. work.* Phone: a76-

'- WAITRESS wanted evening shift Out Monday A.M.. to Friday _
INTHEATRt Show Starts 7:15"Captain at Howard Johnson's Restaurant. P.M. each week. $105.00"'p w '
CJRIVE.1 Sun 0 e' Apply In. person only. At 2830 week salary with added weekly 13-Hafp MVl or.Famila
44 I\ N ill 00''Ott N.w. 13th st. Incentive' pay. Permanent position
SMART and attractive waitress write Mr. H. F. McCulla,
Call 372-8441 over 21 to serve nice people In P.O. Box 11171 Tampa Florida. TEACHERS wanting new fal poitions -
Newman M.D. Circulation Dept. nice Include IA letter complete name. write "s ion informtion.
a : atmosphere. Permanent
address telephone number No charge unleM
lob reasonable hours.. Immediate and pieced. Southern -
age and date you would be Teachers Agency, Columbia/
With GREGORY PECK TONY CURTIS vacancy. Apply PrimroseInn.
available to start training' (with S. C 29202.
pay) and work If accepted. Interview
2nd FEATURE Mc 'WAITRESS good salary.. Apply will be arranged with
NOW s 2 FAMILY FUN HITS In person Wonderhouse Restau you In the near future. NATIONAL:
rant. 14 S.W. 1st Street behind
SEE BOTH LATE AS 9:00 Sears.

Apply in person Wonderhouse Has openings for college students
JOHN SAXON SANDRA DEE 24M H. ""ope Road If.20.n,soti, Restaurant 417 SW 1st St. Behind during summer vacation.

Come Early See Cartoons EXCLUSIVE FIRST RUN IN AREA Sears. For' top Quality workmanship Public relations work. SIM a
COUNTER girt wanted at Tropical call week. salary If qualified plus
SHOW TWICE 372-6142 we are awarding Several 11000
a with Shirt Laundry. 402 N. W. 13th
715" boas scholarships and other awards.
jg w runniest St Apply In person only
'Y:!: GAINESVILLE For appt. call Mr. R. B. Davis
SECRETARYAge UPHOLSTERY W4-J7W, Jacksonville Fla. or
< iJ ft" hillbilly 19-35. neat appearing 1501 N.W. 13th St. trop In Suite SU Fla. Nan
,'-- able to meet the public.' Shout. Free EjtimaTts-rick up and Bank Bldg. Jacksonville: between
HEAR NEWS .< weddiIt hand and typing necessary. 5- delivery. hours 9 A.ht. and noon.
i n jHSBMamMi .(> ever.' Personto day week. Call 372t511S..

w nnTmn i"Bi :.

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: I ,- ..,... ARE YOU A SALESMAN .

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--- new Beauty Salon on Gold DO you want a FUTURE?

trw.; dt [BSBIH1H" NTTO\-[[ [ RRErR COLOR PersonWANT Coast.for Opportunity manager West for University one Must to be qualify Ave.high DO DO you you own want a to Car make and MONEY Car Insurance? ? >

stylist In all phases. must have ARE you READY WILLING and ABLE TO WORK?
N ..cnD CO-OR U.fF RIOT AT 900 ability to work with young clien- IF your answer Is yes to all above quesHona ." .
J tel. ege limit 40. If have
I you
: ON THE BIG STATION these qualifications. Write box CALL .". ., 'r.'.
ROss lUiTrR'ARWw" 399-A, Gainesville Sun, giving Mr. McLeod collect (23-1111 Ocala between the hoursof
f131epE name home address, and phone I ajn. t 10 a-m. for Interview..
M The number. All replies confidential
1hrill All applicants will be contacted THERE art two positions to be fWed. '.
: 930 Kc. VV D VH 5000 Wts hi 0 the near future. +

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Beautiful 1 24" GRILLS
HUNTER Fiberglass Fishtm' ir Plywood fishing teats. -
r. Boat Introduced by FRANK I HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR
a FLORIDA CHARGE THE TACKLe BOX 725 N. Main 375-3537
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w- ,. +A k k1 FRANK PHILPOTTS Tha Heart Of East Gainesville-
'. Check with Charlie
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e.: w Championship 18 N0lE/PA R 72 Golf qouI__. 4 = ; I DAYS .Where quail?) Sails Itself" 12 Ft. Tetestar Salting loop with front ,., .

c : Freshwater Bay ,and. Gulf FISHING Daily w. ; FR 29 2-5011 NW.or 14th FR Ave.uan Open Dacron Model SaIL ............. S2efDecked I I Skiing Swlmmtno-DMftt.. _

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Mon. This Fri. U pm. Sat MIf :. ._
ONLY Tracer for SaBboats. bon S. MI.I'R USJI Safety ttemi. ___:- _=."
TM MM and b *utHul Paradise 1'S1ftta.' sa -
Special_Sum.Ratt.tloa xm Model PT-l-C $! $ la Ft. Martin sauing Pram with GolfIng
hotel ***Country for Club Is tpet- ALL Rooms BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER Dacron Salt ..............,. 115' Equipment.
fact paradis* a summer wttfciaa or on
tonttrl too hacona a Pllll aril fiat .Ml 5. Main FR 24531 BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER Tam is Equlpmenf. _y
.f IM Natal with full Club an ilts. S 0 DAILY S2 601 t. Mate FR 34531
wily Ute enttrUiMMat etiiciom food tad at awotrati drunks la prices tMDtvot 1 SINGH WhO s Bawban Equipment.

Bar and ta taa.l ittMli cool Whore .D Flail >.
sal Sawa laths. latorntltti: aaitrlaadllaass S Sun Want Ads SWIMMING POOLS
are tile lea.tet Mithevtry DOUBLE 8ieensliepffig
ee.l.rt l**|Uiabla. Plus ,many.many mora.
F. Du 8a.r rc Can. '6v. Ad NOW l Otu U$vlAulty! *>"- BE CAREFREE ..-.
f Caad. wfbk 2 Oouole.Beds. TV ;' 1 in My Bed?
Enjoy dun and .
flJaltadiM/f7eS': f : ;DEAN MARTIN CAROL MMaster Pool Service Inc. -
} BURNETT It Mant"
o ,special flat-charge : c' ... ., DDUECTOST
HOTEL AND COUNTRY ClUt .k'f ...i ;1: IN A RIOT OF HI-JENKS ;'_"service 'for. <** FR 233636.0069- TSTTT -- -'-

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Stenographer: s.:35. 2-5 yrs. exper.- .SPRINGTIME' 'Shepherd Is puppies puppy time.& American English -. COMPLETE finished block home 3 BR., 2 baths. CCB house. central SUN WANT ADS i BY. OWNER In N.E.. 3 Br.. 1 bath, See real dream, living In Shadow-
salary $ : puppies. Call FR on your lot In Alachua Levy or heating hardwood floors. Ig. screened porch patio dishwasher Lawn Estates. Models Open. '
IecHt ja-43. experienced $300. Shepherd Glkhrist County. For Information Fla. Rnr, located near Little- stove 3. refrig. $500 dn..
Secretary. -35-45 $275. 2-0033. call Tom Llneaweaver. Ph. wood & Westwood schools. _$75 ,no. Call FR .44474 V F. D. Oliver Bldr. V
Secy-Bookkeeper. 225300. HIMALAYAN kittens ACFA reg 374-7788. Terms to suit buyer. Call 372- P'.*. FR S-etM
Bookkeeper, 4300.Bookkeeper. istered. New unusual breed of 3793 after 4 p.m. for appoint PERFECT FOR FAMILY West en NW :mft Ave. past
(400-500 depending on long haired cats with Seal 3 LG. BR. 2 beth panelled LR ment. Owners moving out of Bring Quick Results! WITH AN IN-LAW the Glen Springs Intersection -
experience. Point Siamese markings. Lovable fireplace attached'garage. HW state. 421 N. W. 35th St. see alga an UfL
Accountant $430500.V pets. Show possibilities. Inquiries floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. NEARLY new 3 edroom. 2 bath
&ecy> part-time. Stenog, It' r 1. Invited. Phone 374-0941 NW near Stephen Foster.V S14JOO, FINLEY AREA 4 BR. 2 bath. CCB home has onef bedroom separ.
time. $450 dpFR 24&51. home. Ig. wooded lot. spaciousFla. ate from the ethers. Perfect
FOR SALEltks.. old pure-bred mv. fireplace, disposaL for hviaw" or teenager. BeautIfUl -
Personnel Center Dalmatian. puppies. For Infor. HOUSES_ FOR SALE: HK 2- FM-TV rotator phone 376- A36. natural finish cabinets .m kitIefl. :
mation contact James. Wing PR BatS central heat with fire Excellent FHA terms..Su.ooo E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
102 ."WW 2nd Ave. Cell 372-4377 2-1621 place. NW DIll Terrace. Price A Two bedroom frame house In with only 5500'dowI in-

!for-n_A.M.app?. 2-4 _P.M. Mon. thru Fr. HEALTHY happy Amer lean I CHEAPER S15.MO. THAN RENTS 3 BR 10 beautiful miles west country of GVine surroundings, lust: off, etudes closing." 2103N.; E, 15th. I JR. .
Shepherd puppies male & fe ..soo. : Homes Lota. Income. Bus-
1-bath SE 44th Ten. ,
Newberry Road. Will discuss
EBP. secretaries salary open male. $30. Registered. Call FR
Cashier-host, attractive Payments $45 per mo. reasonable offer. Call 372-4415. Incas sad Lake Property
4-3470 anytime. Best before 10A.M. HUGH EDWARDS. INC.
White housekeeper. .*25 wk. 2-BR 1-bath. SE 44th Terr. $- 06. I Farms and Acreage.E. .
Bookkeeper, salary open $45 per mo. J BEDROOM, 2 bath, Florida rm. MODERN SUBURBAN C.-CURI.Y" KUEHN. Jr.
Exp. Waltres. salary li comm. FOR SALE large stock of pure And also some trade-in Houses. large utility room. 2 car car. US N. MAIN ST. .
Eap. mechanics breed Beagle pups. pick from Call FR 4-7444. port. Lot 100 a. 175. N. W. loca 3 BEDROOM 2 full bath, big kitchen I FR 8-2033 Broker FR K544
3 Labrador puppies. We board tion. Near elementary school. with built In cabinets.
Store trainee hi scht.
grad. 3 BR. 2V* baths 25x25 family
Range, oven dispOSal.. etc. DinIng
Off. trainee hi schL grad. dogs. James's Kennel. Rt. 1, enclosed Phone FR 4-344. -
room. Ig. living room. sunken living room
Bex 7*. Ph.
Keystone Heights
Tree surgeon foreman 12 hr. central heat air cond. AVAIL June
4734953.V garage 1st. 3 BR. 2 bath, with" fireplace screened POrch I
Auto salesman. Ex,. Lot beautifully landscaped. 344 Fla. rm., screened POrch. $15- Isolated study and shop. Central Shadow Lawn Estates
Snort order grill wen CUTE puppies ready to ga mix. NW 12th Ave. Call FR 2-4511 for 500. Walking distance Uttle- heat quiet cork floors. \7V deep I
Insurance trainee, $100 wk.- ed breed. part Beegle $18JO appointment. wood. Ph. FR 2-5043. well." 2 septic systems. Located =:::: homes that look I
U tired
Rout. salesman. Levy Co each. Phone FR 4-51S6. you are
f miles-from the hustle and bus-
CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. fOR only $450 down, tl-27 par BY OWNER 3 BR 2 bath dishwasher tit of homes with thai 1\I -cUn-
COLLIE 4-months 0''". $50. V can qua of the city limits on wood
120 SE lit Ave. puppy month payments you swimming pool priv- sloo look. see
ed 2
lot In
Phene FR 4-1380. for 4 BR 2 bath horne' 1106 lieges. Small down acre restricted
Phone 374234: lIly NW 3tth Terr. Will paint Inside mortgage. Phone 374-1583.payment, VA Chantilly Acres. Beautifully set F. 0. Oliv-r. BId,. .,

14-Sales Help Wanted' 33 LOTS FOR SAL to A outside see call completely.372-0411. For appt. SALE BY OWNER. 3 SRi CCB. IVt variety In Dogwood of trees.magnolias$11,500. and Offered a es r.rzoeeeWest tTW PUt ,A,.. put.

baths near University and J. J. by owner. Please call for the Cleat SprIngs ImUrseetie .
BY OWNER PROFESSOR OWNER. moving Flnley. 1411 N.W. 4th Ave. V V V V :-. appointment. FR O-S424. *. See lip osi left.
BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. f 01 New 3 BR. 2 bath Masonry BY SV ) ,
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN Block of N. W. 22nd Street. 110 home. Hardwood floors central 1 OWNER bath. new house 3 bedroom, --- --- ------
S. w. section utility room and carport. STORE AVAILABLEMAY =
x 13?. Phone 374-JlOt. 2100 N.W.
Hugh Edwards In(., Gainesville's wooded lot 140 x 210. Faculty Call FR 2.,2.55th,Street. ISOO down. 1 McCOY'SMacoma
largest builder. Was opening for BEAUTIFUL large tots fully neighborhood.. FR 21504.NORTHWEST .
new salesman. Excellent earning Imprcvad, In g CS. NW COME SEE COME BUY STORE available
May 1st. has :
31st Street "Just south of NWUth Homes
opportunity for above average Avenue_ J. W. Kirkpatrick Many houses for sale, but not front for retail business & ,
m.IMr.. Dorman. sales meneg- N. Main many have roses flowering large back for warehouse &
Agency, 31 or call FR Inc.For
HUGH EDWARDS. INC. shrubs, .
er. 24406. AND close to Llttlewood and trees quiet dead end storage. Located on corner of
; 372-1551. Westwood schools. 3 Bedroomsand street. conveniently arranged. 3 SE 1st Ave. & 2nd St. If Interested t Sale, very attractive 3-
V OPPORTUNITY for full time Rew- HAVE 2 SPACES In Westminister 2 Baths Central H a a t.large bedroom, 2 bath, Fla. room. call Mrs. Babers FR bedroom 1- a", home. 4417
leigh Business In West AlachuaCo. Gardens. In Hillcrest Memorial screened screened porch, central heat and I-C053. I' E. University Ave. walking

.. or. 4r- Gainesville. Pro- Park. Present value SM7. $130 porch,"Tenc''ba yard, alr-cond.' Built In oven and range distance to Lake Forest
ducts sold here over 40 years. for my equity take up payments beautifully landscaped SIS- dishwasher and very large utility. I -i Schools. Price $11,500. S500
Car necessary. No cash Invest $13 month. Present balance $473. 500 Call anytime. shop or hobby room. Convenientto down and "' .50 per month.
mentrequired.. For personal In FR 2-47S. RALPH REALTOR new elementary school. Utlv. I This lovely home located at 1045 N.E. 4th ,Street was purchased COMPLETELY finished block I Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr.

tervlew write Sales Manager SALE BY Out- State owner, most FOSSEY Medical Center. VA hospltaL Outside Mr. and 'Mrs. C. Melvin Caddell. The sale of this home home on your own lot. With no Day FR 4-7290. nights FR
(FAD-320-302) Memo recently by
Rawlelgh attractive corner lot 2W x 210 In "Selling Florida Since 1)04 city limits. Call 374-4232. down payment. For more Information 5015. Office corner N. Main
phis. Tenn. Kirkwood. Ph. FR 2-0375. n W. University Ave. Ph. 374-115 and 23rd BlvdNEW VS
was handled by J. Fred Guy through McKinney-Green-Deaton,
PART Time sales route. average Member Multiple Listing bedrooms 1W baths, separate dinIng ._----- -- .. _- --,
12.10 per hr. If qualified. Opening 34 Waterfront Property ATTRACTIVE roomy and available room fireplace. rgOltell tOrt member of Multiple Listing Unaawcaver
In Alachua Newberry Archer and a
I 1500 square ft. paneled landscaped lot. Only' I "
Hawthorn 3717117.REGISTERED WINFRED H. CRAWFORD family room 2 bedrooms 2 $450 DOWN FR 6-7788 HOMES

REAL ESTATE Reg. Broker. specalizlng! In baths, dIshwasher. air conditioning plus/ Apx. si 00 closing costs. Price .
Salesman interested In Acreageand LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE and located at 3830 S.W. $14,750. Address: 430 NE 10th
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Farm Land. Call FR 4-4471 AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose 19th St., In Idylwild. Call FR Ave. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT
for interview. GR 42911.BEAUTIFUL. 22740 after 4pm. ONLY. Ph. FR 4-2472 35 House for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sol WALTER
Warner I
W. Weseman-Realtor
lot on the Suwannee AIR 1113 N. Main St. "
101'_w Unlv Ave River; at Rock Bluff. Call 3744160. you like space for entertaining 311 NEW 3 bedroom, CCB. $8,995. FOR Sale. or trade. New 4 BR. NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT STUBBS,
this Is the house for you. Lg. N. E. 20th PL By owner 3 $450 down. $45 month. Phone home located .In Westmoreland and 4 bedroom 2 bath. CCB
16 Work Wanted Female living area opening onto redwood BR. Fla. rm, patio; S77.14 mo. Day 495-2441 Night FR 44311. Estates. On city sewers, paved home. City water lights and INC.
LAKE Place for sale, call FR 2. enclosed patio. Near LIfo VA lean air V 44U after S p.m.SHADED. tiewood and Westwood schools. ttenaL Make offer FR 2-2341. FR 2-3824. be built/ In Gainesville. For
CLADY SMITHP. Rm. & living Rm., dining area
EXPERIENCED typist wants work
central heat Information call FR 4-2W1
3 BR, 2 baths.
*o do-In horn Call Mrs. Phillips LOT dishwasher disposal built In COMPLETELY furnished 2 BR. Central heat built-in kitchen In- 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath central heat or write: 1321 N.W. 16th AVE. -
_! 374-4114 ON CCB home for sale. S800 down K. Yenge area. 4 bedrooms 2 cluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards and air conditioning. Paved street
crystal clear Lake Anne stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal P. O. Box 13956
and assume monthly payments walk to schools ciose to $700 down. Phone FR 25514.
baths. Living room with fireplace. '
Short drive to downtown Gainesyule. $1500
price. $22,000 only
of $45. Cad 372-603. U of F *. medical center FHA Gainesville fla. PHONE 37J-5394\
1 a .Schools O InstructionsMEN Deed restricted. Owner down. *22 NW 34th Terr. FR 64945. .. Florida room. Separata din ingroom. HIBISCUS Park. 3 bedroom ,
will" finance. See this before fOR SALE BY OWNER, spac Nice kitchen. This Is a family 22700. Down payment 1700. house. Convenient to University University Park
AND WOMEN WANTEDTO you buy. Call FR 2-1072 after V ious 3 BR 2 bath, Fla. Rm., homo with convenience to Immediate occupancy. Drive by and Finley School. Quiet neigh-
TRAIN FOR 5.00 P.M., 4 BR., 2 bam In Hlghl and close! to school. Llttleweod Es all. schools. 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler bornood. FR 2-OW2. Apts. "We Trade Houses"Your
Court Manor air-conditioner, tates. 24500. Reasonable down Brothers 372-9545 daily. 374-9C48
CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS DESIRABLE lake property. 160 double utility Rrru, swim club payment. 920 NW 37th Tar. Quality home on Newberry Road. night.V -
feet on lake with shell house. "membership schools Inltalk.- _Phone 372-5738. Large lot with" many trees and MARYMOELLER -
Contact V Mrs. McCall. 750 lilt distance $91 mo.. 2S32 NE shrub 3 bedrooms 2 tile baths. j. w. .
We prepare Men and Women. Mlckler Rd., Jacksonville, Fla. 11th Terr. Call FR 4-234 ROSES ROSES. ROSES double Florida room. Living roomIs

Ages.' ie-55.Grammar No experience school education necessary. 32211. NO DREAMWe can't sleep IF YOU LIKE GARDENINGSEE carpted and has.a fireplace. KI'RKPATRICKATTRACTIVE

V SMALL at night for thinking of this THIS CYCLONE FENCED
sufficient. Permanent cottage on Cooper
price 3000. Terms. $100 down place. Gold fish. Camellias 3 BR. CCB HOUSE FLA. RM. Near the University. Good buy In a
Short Hours.
No layoffs. .
Jobs. 3 bedroom 2 bath home with Florida
Advancement Send $20 month. Also 3 Bedroom CB Azaleas Banana shrubs In FHA, $500 EQUITY TAKE UP comfortable.
High plY home V" address phone house. FR 44048 between 10 & front yard. Beautiful oaks. orange PAYMENTS OF $87 INCL. INS. room. Newly painted end dec available and priced right Two
name rtumter' and lime home. Write 6. trees carport twoV car & TAXES. OPT. STOVE RE.' orated. Priced at $17,900. bedrooms (one Is a whopper) Colonial CharmExclusive
stables large 11 v I n g ,two baths. a family room. two
garage FRIGERATOR & AIR :.Marcel Co._Bo MS-A, C/o Gainesville LAKEFRONT CIII 372-5393 to see any of these -
carpet of
room with fireplace. dining rm. N.E. 11th TERR., FR 3-S7M. car plenty storage listing lovely new home
\ Sun.ReoI Several acres with" 200 on walk In pantry. Nearly 2.000 sq. homes or ask for our list of choice space and other attract I v e located on large beautifully wooded
largo lake. 2 bedroom 1 Y.I bath ft. of living space. 14 minutes WHY PAY RENT? buys In all price ranges. features mane thll. real lot, secluded In fine residential
: Estate Exam frame house. Garage utility from Gainesville Florida. New homes $9,500. 3 bedroom. tile home. Idylwild section and area 3 br, 2 bath, hw floors
COURSE room, partially furnished. Fruit Prlce-Low bath $45 per month. Located on GLADYS SMITHRealtor no city taxesl double garage custom built. Shown
.ATTEND First lesson 1ree.HOWE.1.'S"BUSINESS' trees and, flowers dock good S. E. 45th Terrace. Also Mme APPEALING three bedroom. two by appointment call Mary Moet-
COLLEGE fishing. Priced to sell, $15,000. IT'S VACANT Phone FR 22511to _trade-Ins. Call FR 22372. V bath house In the Northwest ler.
'COU. GE. 211 W. Unlv. AVIFR V Balance, eatterms.. Approximately see this 3 bedroom 2 b e t h V Associates: Multiple Listing with personality touches

..4-3507. 3723727.V : $3,000 down. Inman Re.ally home on large corner lot In REDFRANKSREALESTATE Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon throughout. Large family Schools
Co. 214 S. Magnolia St. Call beautiful residential area closeto Florence Bums Carelln Noyes room. fireplace walled patio Near

LEARN EARN Ocala collect 629-4507. schools and shopping. This 1228 W. University 372-5393 rock garden fall > out Lovely 3 BR 2 fully tiled baths, Key to Good Living
Secretarial courses. speedwrltlng. has Florida shelter and nice landscapIng.
home large room large lot large closets screened
FOR SALE lot on Lake Ann, Eastof
shorthand. Classes now forming extra large kitchen with built. Priced less than $ ..
Hawthorne Restricted area. porch. carport. $15.25000 payments A HUGH EDWARDS HOME
Howelfs. Business 'College' 211 Call 374-242 for Information.LAKE in range and oven 2 car car LIKE NEW 3 bedroom 2 bath FUN INV 000.00.ANGLEW000
Include prllInL 1109.00mOo
-- desirable home with central heat AND
W. Unlv. Ave. port and many other We have two
front 2 bedroom home. Has features. Priced at $22,000 with AIR CONDITIONING. CharmIng modern homes available at $17- S

: TESTS! everything., Year round renting. good financing available. living room with brick THE SUN 50000. These homes have three Colonials,! from $93 monthV
U. s. CIVIL Phone Keystone Heights 4714313.3Y FIREPLACE. Functional kitchen bedrooms, two baths, Florida IncomeTrIplex. _

n-women. 152. tart high as Acres on Suwannee River Dlx. DAN BYRDASSOCIATES with even plenty& of burners.built-ins Near Including OPEN HOUSE 2-6 room kitchen.central Occupancy heat built the In near schools. 3 Apts. comer r04S

V $t02. a'week. Preparatory trainIng I* County. near US If. 100 yardsoff Llttlcwood 8. Westwood $School end-of June. Financing can lot good Income good rentals.T2 XL $77IM. :
until appointed. Thousands of paved road. Very high lutf: JUST LISTED at $21. 000. Call 4- NE23rd Blvd. and be V arranged for an acceptable 300.00 with low monthly payments '
'lobs o Experience usually Un.necessary. Asking $4500. Terms. S. E.Sapp, 0817. purchaser. close In O Florida mo3ern brrc
Realtor. 472-2000. 472-2220. Inc.
.FREE Information on .15th Street
REDUCED $1,40000 to 890000. month
lobs. salaries requirements. Write LAKE HOME not a 'cottage. Jack OeYot Broker $400 DOWN $89.50 per mo. Inc. This modern. Ocala block two InvestmentTriplex per
:TODAY giving name address and ,This nearly new beautifully Associates: taxes Ins. 3 bedrooms 2 bathsIn 372-1551 bedroom house can be yours

phone.Lincoln Service. Box 397 furnished 2 b. r. masonry Christine Stone E. E. Holloway excellent condition onltell .v._ nv. ".v.. _..._.. ..'''.._... ..... property. downtown has Screened porch homes from $85
M, C-O Gainesville Sun. home Is strictly QUALITY Walter E. Stoddard, landscaped lot. By appt. Only California ranch modern offers month. Located m a shadedlot I Income large lot. Duplex. S12.-

.' 'Clear,bottom lake abounds with" Clayton Guynn Call 374-0117 loads of living at very reasonable In the Northwest and ,per month
fish.. This is a 'dream come 125 N. W. 13th Street FR 2-2511 monthly payments. Indoor available for Immediate oc
true' at $10400.00. Requires. $ .- Member Multiple Listing LISTINGS NEEDEDFor and outdoor living and dinIng V S cupancy. Make a reasonable 500.00MARY Calif: moderns from $84 per mo.
efficient Service
CMLSERVICE 000.. cash down. Let us show area with fenced In patio. 3- offer on the down payment I
you-ANYTIME. ARCH CAMP. YOUNGAMERICA bedrooms with feet upon cubic and monthly payments a
feet of closet space. V 2 Luxurious ; If accepted you can
ANYTIMEI M. "Red" Franks Realtor papered" baths. filM luminous move In tomorrow.J. .
LAKE FRONTAGE Myrtle. Lasslter Associate ceilings glass shower en- MOELLER
W. E. "Bill" Harris Associate closures. WOWI what a W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor Pay Only $100 Closing _
U Mile on Nationally famous Orange
7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 3744117
kitchen. to clean custom
Lake, In Jumping Marlon County. Nites Call 372-7943. Easy Member Multiple Listing
160 Acres above mean high water HOMESPRESENTS formica cabinets. Built In GE 31 N. Main Phone FR 24404 REALTOR FHA LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT
level. For investment, auto-divis NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 range. oven and hood. Double ASSOCIATES:
ion into hundreds of water r o n 1 t bath Central heat, central air sink. Central heat available with Floye Mathtasen Irene Bunnell -
lots. Thoroughbred horse farm, cond. Northwest 19000.. Call or without air conditioning. A. W. Reece Capt. USN Ret. 10H W. University Ave FR 4-4471 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
JOBSGIVE or orange grove ("adjacent provepicked NEW BRICKS 374-8917. Spacious corner lot. Many ex

( a full l crop of 11.000 boxes FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 yr. old tras.
-1 this year after the freeze"). $3fi MODELSOPEN masonry one-level dwelling. 2225 FRED
per acre. Terms. $85 per mo. VA or FHA In- FORDYCEFEATURES Edwards Inc.
10 a.M. Til Dark sq. ft. under roof. 7 spacious Hugh
LIFETIME HARRY V VANLEAR Realtor rooms. 3 bedrooms 2 full baths. eludes everything. $500 down FHA ,

144 Silver Springs Blvd. Ocala FEATURES: S closets. Central heating and Includes closing. $100 down VA ARNOLDREALTOR

: :SECURITY I. 4W-SJVS Fireplaces air paved conditioning.street on 3 On sides corner, 1324 lot. Includes closing. N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. 372-1551

., Men and Women ,35 Houses for Salt Screened Custom kitchen perches cabinets E. Call St., Starkc Fla. Phone Hugh Edwards, Inc. :
Train Now For 99-1251 or write E. M Williams,
To Oversized bathrooms P. O. Box 39, Starka Fla.COMING. "North Central Florida's Largest _
Civil ServiceExaminations p BR. CCB. air conditioned remodeled Plus many other custom Developer by far." 4*. AGELESS
tor extra spacious Florida features

large room.investment living room.payment After assume VA & FHA SIMPLICITY Northwest
Pcyas.Highos 4Vt per cent mortgage with and elegance' that endures In this
i princIpal Interest Insurance most attractive 3 bedroom 2 bath Three bedrooms, 2 baths practically

and city and county tax payments TERMS VILLAGE home. Large living room, separate new with central heat and air ,
$92PER of only $35 per month. dining room built-in kitchen conditioning and built > In kitchen.
2213 NE 7th Terrace. Walking distance to elementary PRESENTSNEW family-Florida room. All air con Has fenced rear yard, family
GREEN ditioned and centrally heated. You room and drapery rods. $20,000
FOR SALE by owner, 2 8RCCB ., Jr. High Schools Shopping t
with FHA available.Westmorland .
home at 1730 N.W. 55th can save rent money and end up

t WEEK TO START Tarp Quiet neighborhood. UOOtlanf Churches.YOUNG VILLAGE L II TING. Nice masonry S with a wonderful home and neighborhood -.
to live II\. $21,500. Excellent
GRAMMAR SCHOOL EDUCA. on. assume pay. bedroom home on northwest 17th a -
$44.34. _crt 374-217. Street within"' walking distance of financIng.consult FORDYCE
Gainesville High School. Lot 110x ASSOCIATES.. INC, 376123LSUBURBAN A charming 3 bedroom. 2 bath home
1 KEEP YOUR PRESENT JOB FOR SALE BY OWNER BR,2 AMERICA GREEN 144. Owner leaving city. with family room In this deslr-
--Ii WHILE TRAINING. U.S. CITI. bath, Ig. Fla. im, Ig. utility It able area for only $17.600. Out of of 4
Don't miss the Premier
ZENS ONLY. area, separate living rm.. dinIng MASON MANOR. Neat 4 bedroom. 2 town owner desires to sell and Showing
FOR FULL INFORMATION.SEND rnv, kitchen well to will HOMESNW VILLAGE bath home. Central heating and This lovely three bedroom home will assist with financing. Present all new furnished homes at Highland
NME ANn *r DPS'" TO carpeting In living rm., glass air conditioning. Lovely fenced with beautiful kitchen large Florida mortgage payments $107 per
sliding door leading to 14'x24- month Including taxes end Insur Court Manor today from 1 to 6 P.M.
KEY TRAINING SERV. 34th & 7th Avenue rear yard makes Ideal play area room, hardwood floors. and
patio fenced-ln back yard. 1325 GREEN central heating will be loved by the ances.South.
42S BARNETT NATL for children. Convenient to Fret Pepsi'sFree Orchids for first 200
NE 12th Terr. SltJOO. Phone 372-7070 schools. whole family. Situated on an attractlvely '
V BANK BLDG.JackSonville landscaped lot hi a I Idylwild Ladles. 3 G.E. radios to be given away. For
VILLAGE choice residential area northwest
CONTEMPORARY 3 bedroom. 2
McKINNEY section. Consult FORDYCE. ASSOCIATES New home with 3 bedrooms 2 all details set back page of this section!
Name .............................. bath home with carpeted living NO 376-1236. baths central heat and alrcondUttonlna.
central and air
room heating con

St. or Route ....................... WILL trade several homes In Palm GREEN GREEN dition..... Fenced pool and hi shuffle yard. board with .I DELIGHTFULdescribes patio and. buIIMn over 2.000 kitchen SQ. ft.spacious of aw.Ing .
View Estates for homes In the DEATONREALTORS
ar....You must... this hometo
City ................................. 10-12.000 price range. Visit Sales VILLAGE court. I this three bedroom family appreciate the" quality.-- convenient -
Office Corner 3 th Terrace

State .............-.:................. end Butler 16th Bros.Ave.Builders.or cell FR 7545.. LITTLEWOOD room. 2 bath masonry area. Modern home 3 in bed tip I i England.home with Living a touch room of with Old New fireplace financing to qualified buyer.

Madison Park GREEN spacious kitchen and separate .
Sex .................. too condition. Priced under S1V Swimming Pool c
_ _ Age ........ HAZEL HEIGHTS CHOICE Is the key word-Yes you 000. Immediate possession. too. dinette. formal dining room
I for and Floridaroom. Enloy the luxury of a beautiful Esther
Phone:......................... Se* our 4-bedroom and -bedroom would like to see this attractiveand bath VILLAGE I NEAR BOULEVARD. bedroom 2 .entertaining Call to sea Wife one FOR Winiams Pool In your own \ .- S

-J 2-bath CCB homes with delightful 3 B.inside R. planter-2 bath In excellent location. convenient DYCE ASSOCIATES. INC, 374- backyard. Top It off with a tasty
27 Feed & Fertiliser built-in electric: stove and even. home. tIe.tP.rquet floors to d o w II town shopping. 1236. barbecue cooked on attractive outdoor .
Central heat city utilities. Central GREENINDIVIDUAL fireplace. Plenty of paved -..:
Reasonably p r Iced. ImmediatepossessloR. ;:
A visit to this home will be convincing :
: ; ;rroo
DAISY FERTILIZER -LW .. Wired for television and tele, Priced under 18000. REFRESHINGyes I terrace for entertaining large --
bag. Phone 374VV53SSV phone. Large yards completely groups. All this In addition to a !
S1.2S per
yard. financed Callus
SHd. Hazel Heights Is in Can be FHA STYLINGWe bath spacious 3 bedroom. 2 bath home V :s? _
V FR. 2- UNDER $10,000. New 3 bedroom this 4 bedroom two V j : :
the city limits. Equipped wIth for an are proud to present this CUSTOM homes built under FHA specifications home is most refreshing with a with dreamy kitchen and huge living ''t .
lines close to bus stop 3417.Northwest. BUILT trUev home with by room overlooking pooL Wall
28 Livestock & Supplies) sewer and available to qualified cod swimming pool surrounded V S.
_ low down payment conventional rare charm. Over 3000 sq. ft. living buyers with FHA financing. No a large patio and lot. Located in to wall carpeting throughout tremendous 'th. ,
loans. Located on Northwest aree, a 014 bedrooms.3batro. closing costs and no city taxes. a truly delightful neighborhood- closet space and fine --
\ YR. old Mare fainU pleasure
Registration 3th Ave.. West of 13th and huge recreation room, well plan- Phone for further details. Call FOROYCE ASSOCIATES, landscaping. i'aved street. Price
barrel racing. If have large family
working Call after St. Shown by appointment you a nod family room dining room.screen INC, 374-1234. reduced to S24500.
available. of this nice
papers PhoneFR 23826.WESTWOOD want plenty room. porch overtook loo creek,' RANCHETTE homesttes too. Approximately -
A66-9295. welL 4 BR
home will serve you
PIfl Central heat end air condition
V -
LITTLEWOOD I II acres each. Located CONTEMPORARYwith FantasticContemporary
V 2-HORSE TRAILER. First $73. Walking distance to schools. J 2 baths -Florida Dining room RoomFire- Large ing. Drive by 3420 N.W. 21st Stand en New b erry Road. Just I I

_ PhoneFR4-3313._ BR t baths horn In Skyline panelled piece In Fla. Rm. Living phone us for an apotntment to Soa down S years on NI""", quiet taste Is yours bi this
4 BABY cahres milk beef type. Height Study hardwood floor*, Rm. Hardwood floors w-'ch see the many other extras. three bedroom two bath home.
WESTSIDE new residential subdivision Beautiful porch. warm woods us- If you le exquisite design In a
had mother's milk: from 3 to Mdavs. built-in range & oven. Cenheat. have lust been refinished. If you
.- weaned milk and beef Shaded back yard. Call want to live In a choice neigh- OFFICE AND HOME opening soon. Acre lots, ed throughout the family room and Startling contemporary vow must
V streets being paved. May we built-in kitchen.. delightful! living see this superior homo located on
type ye.rIInQ3. M. F. Parrtah, V4-OS42. borhood and be within a few JUST LISTED Large frame borne now
Anthony. '1.. 62fU1S.AaOU1. Mocks of the University and 5 bedrooms. 2 bams can be converted tell you more about this restricted. room with drapes and wall to wad 1.SS acres to Northwest section.
3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home separate J. J. Fin," school This Is the to office and noire. In estrabie ana outside city limits. carpettrg For more Information Tremendous glass areas two
.40.head of cows and calves dining room. Take ad- 2-3417. Owner downtown area. The price call FORDYCE ASSOCIATES fireplaces, built bi kItchen
stock fresh. Call of owner's having to location. Call today views. Can us today for I BUILDERS end DEVELOPERS
I omfrflne mitch ventage will consider a reasonable of- and terms are attractive. Call ford INC. 374-1C4. Thrilling V
F _44M3H._ move t have> spacious rooms Ce,. campIe" taHs.Alachua. I M. M. an apMtntment. Price $45000.
A .1 wardrobes In new home area
SatI and L!
PONIES and horses.
_V AH Hth colors Avenue and Phone sUes.FR W 6-311*. E., I among 000. FR young 2-54W. executives. SIT, Acreage FORDYCEASSOCIATES ARNOLDREALTY Sales Office, Located t.NE 23rd Blvd.

OPEN HOUSE. Sunday. Apr. 19 14.84 ACRES to the WINDSORarea. PARRISHAND COMPANY Phone 372-3471
11 30-" PETS & SUPPLIES Cherokee model designed & engineered Wooded StOOO.00 -Term Realty INC.REAL Mutttpie Listing Member and 11th Terrace

by U. S.: Steel Corp.. If desired. Call FR. 2-3611. Associates ASSOCIATES.; INC. ESTATE EXCHANGORS 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3713522Associates
Homes Division. 2100 so. n. 3 ASSOCIATESJayne
AKC BR. ] bath. air cond.. brick J. Fred Guy H. J. WiltshIre Member Multiple Listing MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. Multiple Listing Realtors : Pete Seig
GERMAN shepherd pups. CaJdwetl F. W. Hodge
Broker Jane
Wayne Hid Helen Graham Grace S. Fordyce,
Aria T. SmithMabel Broker
Ittl NW CAlL J. W. Davis
2 car
- for Temper veneer. garage.
Bred Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman Iww
registered. Asaociate
Gardenshlr Parrah I
U Gore. AssocIate Carolyn Mary Harvey Benteiw
See at 3501 36th Dr. Alachua Homes Inc. Bvttorworth I II _
Quality. Charlie L
menfand Phone '3720421.6OSH.FOP. Multiple Listing 435 N. E. 1st St. Phone 374-244 19 N.E. First St. Tel. 37437 926 W. Univ. Ave. 374-123 Mayo
N. W. hits Terr. _

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., 35<;Houses for SaltRENTERS "" '35'Houses for Sat -0 "'35' Houses for Sole 35"'Houses for Safe 1 35 Houses' for 'Salt -1 I 35T. -Houierror-Saie! '::
35 Houses for S.Uli 35 ,
? 3 BEDROOM .2 bath, CB house.. '46500 CASH will buy S rnx house. NGLEWOOD by owner 3 BRTlbath. -
STUDENT RENTALS BY THE OWNER In IdytewIWe, 2\ A-C. 108x100 fenced lot Down TV acres of land U bearing pecan Price $17. 00. BOO down FOR SALE BY OWNER FO'nIal'cu
SUMMER RATES BY OWNER for free month's rent BR. CC& house file bath famIly payment. Assume 4V* Mortgage. trees. Located near Roads l Can 3722727. living room, separate .l a 0:-
home: large room. Call 372001 after SIS N. E. 7th Ave. Fr 25254. 301 & 24..Ph. 444-1104. room. buWWn"'ktfthen : gantry
1 bik. from Norman H HOn l STORY neighborhood: obligation, drawing month 5:30 P.M. WIMBERLY ESTATES. Just break. carpeted Fla. rm: a. hatW
N. W. 3rd NEW HOUSE 3 bedrooms. 2 4 BR. 2 bath home. air : Ing ground on new Imaginative ,
3 BR 2 Ml tale baths central
)Y OWNER 4 BR.. 2 bath home : baths central heat. CCB ing. Ig family Rm. ::.
home Now Is the time to buy ,
furs garage apt. now avaU- HUGH EDWARDS I INC in N.E. With condition-I neat located on shady lot near"'
den. screened Butlttn kitchen. tance
Save Boy's Club
S1400. and under contract & choose ,
ble, others Apr. JUt. RED BRICK Central Fla. largest buik ch. brick Patio etc. Callor dw new Country club elem school.
' North -II; 372-4455 S16.aoo.1'i 1 appointment. Ph. school. 114." tnru out. Lloyd D. Myrick. Bldr & UnKr Price Sll. 00. For information
far. FR 4-4774 FR 3-382
er by or 714. FR 2-5689. .
One turn bachelors apt In exclusive LARGE 3 NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. __ or ppf: call 3722371rlcrvv
home. LIving room. Fireplace-strip oak floors- BUILDING -
bedroom bath & private en- very large kitchen with built duced price you plan to build and wouta.
trance. In appliances rear screened furnished like a estom built home by expenenced

Furn.rooms for women students. porch Fla. room can-fear be converted patio for privacy into from ERTY the Is tne time to builders discuss that plans have with < '
3 very large bedrooms 2 ville. $170 you. call 372-2527. ask for Gene You Can Afford More House! -
Call FR 6.4031 after baths. Floored upstairs and REAL BUY Paremore. We have available
5 p.m. and weekends ready to convert Into 4th and our 80 plans to choose from.
5th bedroom or play room as BLACK Complete financing can be explained .
needed. LIKE NEW inside room. 2 to you right In your own ........ .
LIKE OLD yard and landscaping. cated on a home For appointment calk ,.- .
Frankly we wonder if FHA lots of trees.BUCKHANNAN'T THE JAMES CO. ... .M. ., .
did not make a mistake when clude family Of Gainesville Inc. -._-... .
1 they valued this property at only fireplace in Builders of Kinasberry Homes. .... .._.r .
Norwood.Hope $17.500. with lust (1400 down heating and Ph. 37M527. niles 3727401. .. .. h... ......... ..---.
\ Including closing costs You to wall car : .1"''' ., "' .
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may drive past 434 NE 10th range. BEAUTIFUL PARQUET .. 1t.<. 't -
I -; 1' ,. a,< ""' .J! -
recreation -t j" } _
Ave. for an idea of the value FLOORS .ii. "- .
then call FR 4-2472 for an appointment dry room :. -0. .. ',. ,,:. <: ...;. ._.
THIS IS A *' ." : .
to see inside (It looks home located lust across ... .
4 "H" Inc. even better. FOR S28JOO' street from Howard Bishop Junior X : ,:. i1: .-
Warner W. Weseman-Reattor High. Completely reconditi0f9.ed. ,."A"f1 > ; ,.:7tf?. 'Wk ,.. : .:4. .: kt
1113 N. Main St. S500 DOWN ', x. ,,, ""
Three bed- + '" .
We Trade Homesor frame home Florida room. """ "'''"-' -
FHA $550 down
Needs rooms. one T .
area .
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113750. 1916N. -
Includes closing. -
lot. A -
PropertY'I E. 20th Ave. 3721551. : \b ,
HOMESBuilt :"
fications.to your Built plans anywhere and sped bi John HUGH EDWARDS. INC. / a..% \

Tin following art ready for. Alachua County.TOMMY Into a nearly new 4 BR.
occupancy. luxury home complete with car
RIDGELL peting drapes GE kitchen central
111 S N.W. 40th Dr. BUILDERS air & heat walk to new.
flexible financing
3 .a R. 2 bath. $350 dn. $130 elem. school. $31.500
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!|The I following are under eon l SHADOW LAWN ESTATES models available for IM-
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i' 3224 NW 29th A... Invest your,.fax savings in a new home. .-
!'J 8 R. 2 bath. $750 I1102 TO IMAGINE; NO MONEY DOWN VA
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Everyone benefits when you invest your Pay Only $100 Closing
.. 13236: NW 29th Ave. Everyone Benefits I !
.3 BR. 2 bath. $700 dn. $98 Living Pleasure and ComfortIn Federal Withholding Tax savings in
'i per mo._ a new, Hugh Edwards home. Your Lowest FHA Down Pints.
::3301 & 3311 4-Bedroom Model Home family budget doesn't feel a thing. You'll never miss the money! Mom will. ....
NW 30th Ave. a enjoy working in the step-saving General Electric built-in food preparation Closing Cost Included -. .
:*,,4 BR. 2 bath. $450. dn $91 center. Your children_ will like having their own bathroom (no more morning .' '- .

per mo. -2-BATHS- .. waiting line) Dad will look forward to coming home to a cool dip in the ,i10
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'3236 & 3224 .-.. fabulous Carol Estates Recreation and Swim Club pool The time was never ,, s "k0 f .: .
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: 124 Sf 7th St. ..
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1123 SE. 4th STREET Telephone: NE 15th Ave. & 15th Street 372-1551
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; 43 Colored Property 49 Rooms for Rent 64 Household Good (55 AntiquesHANDPAINTED -

I Printed Pattern <66< Misc .For Sate.
HOMES FOR SALE maid service: reasonable. 622 T-A-G APPLIANCESTested china clock rarecollector's
I excellent cond.
213 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. I N.E. 2nd St. FR 4-1423. and Guaranteed $200. 126 SW 40th St. FR 22727. GOING out of the building usl.
SE Ttti Ave. Some no down pay. LARGE cool room. private entrance 42 Refrigerator from $39 op>> ness. Will sell all kinds and
MERCHANDISE ment. Some small ,down bath and dressing room. Ranges from $3 up sizes of doors for Vt price. Also I TRADEINSARE 1
13.M..t1gaICsr4 ment. Monthly payment $57 For business couple or women. 17 Washers from SIt up 66 Mie .For Sal. door locks I hinges. FR a-OS4S,
-naau .1 Wsat.d Ie B..' Mi. Also homes built on NY-I Week or month. FR 2-1262. 1 Dryers from $49 up between 10 t '. CLEANER
4 I ...., P.M U'KaelataefJ A 1'.11 lot for no down payment. 2 Food-Freezers from $99 vp .
4 ..,.."....... "" ... U BUdIag Alatertall Can TOMMY RIDGELL DESIRABLE single room adjacent 2 Dishwashers from $49 up NOW you can enjoy cooking with MAYTAG. WHIRLPOOL S. KEL. BETTER CARS !
I Tyiv laf.raaUea 11 B.uela... G.... Builder Phone FR 2-4125 to bath use of refrlg & 10 TV Sets from $35 up gls. Gas range used. Installed VINATORS. New automatic
S ........ Ill...... es ..u.... phone Gentlemen only. 1414 NW JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. FREE with our LP gas. $65 washers from 1131.".
.......... II H.... Fer Ial. 12th Rd. Ph. 376-2W6. 419 NW Silt Ave.Ph. 372-5303 complete -Propane LP Gas. New Refrigerators from SIS.... 61 RAMBLER
B&b7: Slttst. Cbfld Can n Tr.dlng ..... I 44 Cottage for Rent : SLEEPING room. with kitchen prlv- SW Archer Road. Phone FR 451101 New Freezers from S13995. American 4-dr Sedan
Fl.,.. T. G. Aa' III rtLc.. W&I.d ilef s H desired phone FR 2- REPOSSESSEDCOMPLETE New kernaker rtfrfg from $27t-95.
Thugs 'rBss U V.1 011 ".... 1754 or see at 517 NE lIft St 5 ALL CHANNEL. V. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL $895
;I a.&&... Marta. EqIp.AUTOMOTIU GUEST HOUSE with spacious terrace Double stack THE VARIETY STORE
SINGLE block complete. Noth S.E. 1st AvenueFR
rooms. one from 7
: : -. 4ICpfl.ni.7t1. overlooking natural s t ream University. Maid service Prefer ing else to buy. $15. Brents. 63484. 59 FORD :
'2' AlrJlaae hJ. -Jfi.tiJi ''n'Offlce E,1dp". on private grounds. Large 11 v Ing male student. See at 1114 FURNITURE I. APPLIANCES __513 N.W. Sth Avenue.
: n Mbfl H..I....t.r lale :: 'II MIc&I K.rcaudJIe room with fireplace! balcony bedroom S. W. 2nd Ave. or call FR 4-3164. Take Over USED APPLIANCES -passenger station wagon tq-
71 'huh tsr "Ja bath and kitchenette. Completely $25 month. Chain Saws $50 up. New RANGES FROM $39.95. 4ilpped with automatic: trans -
Tr.cks Wu.4I. furnished. Close to University per I being transferred out of 4 hp saws $3'-'5. We repairall Refrigerators from $4995. mission", Tadte heater power
: Trsct.rs Truck a..tala REAL ESTATE FOR SALE and Medical Center. Call FR ROOM accommodates two. Living country taking his family with chain saws a. lawn mowers. TV from $3995. steering. Plus Factory: air con
lIS TraDu R.\&IS 6-5112. room. bedroom. private bath him wants someone to take overpayments Chain saw rentals. McCultoch WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL ditioning. Enjoy| the summer In
U M.tereelel A IMeten sa Letl 'or Ial.N private entrance one block from on his furniture & Wisconsin and Briggs. Stratton THE VARIETY STORE comfort.
Aut..bils U Water'.., 45 Furnished Apts. University. Refrigerator p r ovPed. appliances. FURNITURE con dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR 7 S.E. 1st Avenue
Repalr8 .r..rt7 j.i: Prefer two male students. sists of sofa & chair In high I 6-3411. FR 6-3444. $995
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S50 per month. Maid Service. See grade nylon converts to bed.
Iwap Can at C' 'ac.. F.r Sale 1 BEDROOM air conditioned .. at 1116 S. W. 2nd Ave. or call I 2 end tables with matching CLOSE OUT SALE 12 MATCHING crystal goblets a.sherbertsi 62 RAMBLER
11 Ceal E.tts E1IdluC"tDUCATI furnished apartment. New ', FR 63164.SINGLE cocktail, 2 lovely lamps reclining On Wallpaper. tIC a Roll china closet. old chest .
HAL =: llrE '. w..t.g Apartment 11U 1216 S.W. 2nd i chair IDS SQ. ft. of carpet. HARPER PAINT CO. to excellent condition; sm. kitchen Ambassador < 11 ........ A .tNeUn Oil T.ws ?TSpItt.7 Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115. cool or double room in large 21" CONSOLE TV 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-43441 table; Hoover-recond. sweeper seats. Automatic transmission
house. 2 blocksoff
11 M..le. DLsthg. 4S B..lIIell Pr.pnie 1 block from campus. Occupancy ; new Bristol rug shampooeri radio heater AIR CONDITIONED -
It W..t.d- a..Uoa 41 .esl'eaUaI ...... by February 25. campus. Kitchen. living Rm. BEDRM. consists of full size dresser FOR SALE or trade freezer upright pr. end tables; W window fan: power steering power
4, Par_. ..r.... & maid service Call FR 22726. chest I 4-4 bookcase bed. 22; perfect condo $250. Will chairs picture S. lamps. 3104 steering power brakes. like ".
EMPLOYMENT :C.1.rw Pr.p.rtv .'R.nt&s 1 BEDROOM. large living room. I ROOMS for co-eds or Health Center Boys' room consists of set ma- trade for boat outfit. 312-1f7Y SW 1st Ave. new. ,
bunk beds with match after S
Ce4r.d pie ing pm.
Pr.p.rty technicians.
kitchen No $125 trimester
couple preferred. per
11 ..rk Wan1d Kale 7 dinette with $2295
Chest PC. formica : FOR SALE large Caiadium bulb
children or pets. Available May or $30 per month on W. Univ. SINGER FEATHERWEIGHT wtthportable -
w. .. F.sk top. Family size refrigerator 10 cents each. Also beautiful
: : te'a RENTALS 1st. FR 24557.EXCELLENT Fh. 376-07(7. case. sold new $16*.
EsIp & stove also Included. Boxwod Si Ltgustrum. Phone :

.. U Belp-Male F..ale .. C..t.... F.r Rest 2 BR. air cond. 3lks. ACROSS and comfortable.from Campus convenient ORIG. PRICE $1176 ranged.Balance S15 only W.$75.Univ.Terms Ave. 376-ar. FR 6-3319 60 CHEVtpassenger .
U Kale B.., 1ute. from Couples Available May automatic

campus. station
U F.NWleC 1075. T.V needs wagon
Apt. HI-FI and T.V comb.
1st. Suite of rooms. also small efficiency BAL. DUE $297
DraaaUe IS l1ah1rahlaej children under 3 yrs. All elec. In excel cond. $30. : transmission ta lo. hea
U Ferns B.. Welled Ap&a. $110. Phone 376-1196. apartment. Available April KEEP your carpets beautiful despite repair rest clean earl
ter. This is a very
n H..... tar Rest Fwn. 20th. Room with private bath WKLY PAYMTS $2.50No constant footsteps of a busy 2 white head-boards like new .
A Earns for Real Val.,.. NICE clean apartment. Nice neigh and entrance. Apply/ 321 S.W. 13th family. Get Blue Lustre. Rent $10. 3721038.VARIOUS $1395 '
I FARMS t, LIVESTOCK 4. ..... .as ..., borhood. No pets. Reasonable St. Ill May.money Ask down for Sears no Furniturein payment eectric: shampooer $1. McOaniel household items. Stove.

H Fr.r. 1.t..1&: &I B.td a".1n rent. Call a ajn. to 2 p.m. FR ATTRACTIVE with storage at Furniture Co. Gainesville Shop. refrigerator bed. sm. elec. appliances .
Fuel Fer1W&u II MI... Rentals 4-4272 or 115 N.W. 7th Terr. room. private ping Center. baby
entrance. In quiet modern home. NATIONALFURNITURE ,
1& Ltrn&.et -
.JI.PDUel IIA Wuted T. Rent FORD ;
n r-cua. .T.p sfl U B.arden Wanted AIR COND. 1x30 Trailer with ca Kitchen.privileges. Ideal for U of WAREHOUSE 1963 Westinghouse washer and bed. stroller and ethers. 372-

It .... .& ..appU.a II Offles Desk lip; ban,. 2 bedroom. on bus line to F student. FR 278SX 3622 Beach Blvd. FL 92561 ," dryer deluxe. 2 separate appliances 9500. Skyllner Retractable hard
'. U Unltet Wantad n town and campus. $40. FR 22914. I $240 both. 1964 GE deluxe DINETTE chairs bedroom furniture top. Fully equipped Including ,
Easiness Butala g ;3 from campus. low summer Open DAILY 9-9 Sat. '-6. Sun. 12-4 dishwasher
'. NEW. furnished 2 bedroom. air conditioned rates Cheaper by the tri Jacksonville, Fla. i I New $150. Phone 472-2442 Ultramatlc Caloric gas automatic transmission
: fiNANCIAL SERVICE duplex apartment. Lovely mester. For appointment to see ,. berry.I stove almost new. Very reason radio. heater. power steer-'
wooded $95 FR 2- call 377-0481 able. 376-0410. Ing. Come buy this at a big
It B.a1nes Ope"aalUec n Special lIente. area. monthly. MOVING sturdy "oak" comfortable I I SINGER RECONDITIONED ,
1 It x.... t. .... 12 Rime 1mpr..esII 1644 *<<% ....>..: living. dining and bedroom 1 1, NEW CONSOLE discount It. before wa recondition .

lit lI.n..,.. It a&clle A TV Senlo. UB-LET 4 BR Apt. now to Sept. N 51 Misc. Rentals furniture. clean end In good con ... FULL price. S3S.4S. Paymentsi .
A II )11557 Wsat.4 U Appliases F.naUare I $100 mo. Garage. screened porch. dition. 3437 SW Archer Rd.. FR $1.25 per week. S15 W. Univ. GOINGIN $475

.."'.__M. ."_"__' ''''' study rm. 5 blks from campus. 1': Ij- WANTED furnished house or appart- 2-6134.. I.| Ave. 376-1075
1I111 Call 374-1137. I ment. 2 bedroom. 1 bath. Price i 11

ONE or Two bedroom furnished $75 to $85. Call W. T. Grant Co. LIVING ELECTROLUX
SS Houses for SIRS 41 Residential Income rent $70 mo. See after 12:30 Sun. 376- 73 ROOM suit bedroom I 62 RAMBLER -
L 1If Ukea1fi6ee suite, dinnette set. Assume I SOLD new $80. Now $4t. Like new.
1231 N.W. 44th Ave. low payments. See at 21 S.E. Guaranteed.THE BUSINESS. American Station Wagon radio .

TOTAL monthly payment of only GOOD INCOME; fully furnished 1204 N.W. 23rd Blvd. l BR. Furnished 51-A Wonted To Rent 7th St. I KIRBY CO. heater standard trans:

$60.17 for 3 bedroom home fireplace It 2 bedroom duplex plus a 5- Apt. $73 mo. Ph. FR 6- I 712 N. Main FR 4-7110 or 4-1117. '60 VOLKSWAGEN mission.

:corner lot porch, down room house Located on 100" x 2472. Weseman Realty. WANTED office space for politIcal WANTED Convertible grey with new nylon $1395 -
payment and closing. $600. 1001N. '1)5* well landscaped lot. rented PRIVATE newly painted. closeIn. campaign headquarters.Price G5 Antiques 2 gat. oil will white top. Al throughout
W. J4tn Ave. FR 2.7U2. reasonable. Owner 3725106 or 3 rooms and bath. Hot and So well .plannedl 3-part costumefor must be reasonable would I' cents each cans.for clean pay undamaged 10 $1045 FALCON -
376-7755 cold water furnished. Off street spring summer travels-blouse like suburban area. Call only '
and skirt together for luncheon to between 1 3 FR 2-0013. COLLECTION of Chinese Art Carv- cans. A&J Saw & Mower 59 RAMBLER I to
NEW NEW parking. No pets. 15 S. W. 2nd 2-dr Sedan. Clean and ready -
42 Farms & Acreage Place. late-day. Choose linen. knit tweed. LASSITER MASONPHYSICIAN'S ings, antique. oval dropleaf ta Co., 2022 NE 23rd Blvd.. Custom. 4-door 4 cylinder. automatic SAVE. .,
three and Four Bedroom. two bath ; Printed Pattern 9287: Misses' ble four chairs and buffet embossed Gainesville.FOR radio. heater white gol
homes on N.W. 14th Ave. With all STOP LOOKING Sub-let Apr. Sizes 10, 12. 14 16, U, 20. Size family of 3 desires 3 desgn.! Many other itemsof I SALE galvanized metalI walls. Real Nice car. $795
the features of todays mod r n LOS TRANCOS WOODS 15 Sept. 1. 2 BR completely 16 lacket skirt 3V* yards 35-Inch; bedroom 2 bath. unfurnished furniture and Bric-a-brac. 3- Circular swimming tank. 7 $645
homes. Her dwood floors cent 14 ACRE wooded tracts west of turn air cond. apt. T-V blouse Itt yds.Thirtyfive home Phone FR 2 3021. T SHOP. Hway 100. I ml. Southof I I I ft. diameter. 30 Inches deep CHEVROLET FORD '
57 59
heat and alrconditionlng double Gainesville $365 down- total antenna Incl Itt blks. from cents In coins for this Starke. Phone FR 2-9749. -
carport. built-in elec. kitchen. W price SI(20. Drive west on New- campus. married couple pfd. pattern-add 15 cents for each pattern 52 Boarders Wanted Eclair 4-door, automatic Radio Galaxle 500 4- acre lot sprigged and landscaped. berry Road turn rIght on SR SlOOper mo. 376-3344. for first class mailing and heater tone paint. White ,I matte radio heater new tires. '"
On city sewer a. utilities. Priced No. 241 and watch for sign on 2 BR. 10 x 50 Mobile home. special h a n dllng. Send to Marian ROOM and board for girls. Private walls. Sharp. A cream puff. PRICED TO -
below todays market to sell quick the right or call anytime for private fence. 100 x TV lot Martin. Gainesville Sun Pattern bath. use of washing machine $745 SELL
Exc. terms. map to be mailed.AIRPLANE 2020 NW 31st. PI. FR e-WO. Dept., 232 West 18th St.. New York 625 N.E. lot Street. PhoneFR '57 DESOTA $995 ..

OWNERS No children. $75 mo. 11. N.Y. Print plainly NAME ADDRESS 4-6083. BUY SATISFACTION 2-door hardtop. Automatic radio
with ZONE. SIZE and
EXCITING V> INTEREST In private landing heater power steering and
EAST SIDE STYLE NUMBER. 54 Business Rentals brakes. Sharp. 62 FORD
field of regulation size with ad-
t escribes this attractive Ocala brick
home with 3 BR. 2 baths at 407 joinIng acreage for homesite GARDENAPARTMENtS READY choose: It from 250 design Today Tomorrow $795 Galaxle 500 4-dr hlrdtop.T"-
NW 1tl Ave. Cent. tleat. fireplace i and hangar minute from town Ideas In new SPRING SUM- AIR CONDITIONED 57 CHEVROLETStation Radio heater, automatictransmission. ...

Fla. rpom fenced yard. Call anytime. I MER Pattern Catalog. lust out NEARLY new modern office or wagon. V-S automatic .
and much more for only $17,500. Ralph FOSSEY Realtor Dresses sportswear coats morel location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. radio. heater 2t<"ne paint. $1695 =

SEE TODAY 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 I $S7 per month upGainesville's Send SO cts. now. Ph. FR 4-2472, Weseman Realty 63 STUDEBAKER, Cr. all power & air $2195 Nice.

"Selling Florida Since 1906" Finest 1113 N. Main St. $695 61 RAMBLERAmerican

FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE Furnished or unfurnished 45 Furnished Apts. FOR rent 27' x 40f Warehouse, 625 station wagon. Eo-
This W. Univ. Ave. Call FR 4-4141. COMET 4-dr. radio htr. std. $1395 Belalr. Automatic radio '
lovely 3 BR. 2 bath Ocala blk. RURAL PROPERTIES Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart ulpped with automatic transmission
home Is located near schools at ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- GARAGE space for rent. 613 S.W. heater white wall tIres finished In sharp white "
0525: NW 7th Place. Pretty built-in ROBERTS C SMITH. REALTORU.S. 9608. FOR RENT. 1 BR apt. 300 NE 2nd St. Call John Merrill. Real Power steering. Clean as a pin. I A very pretty car. Economy -
_lee. kitchen with breakfast booth. Hwy. 441 Mlcanopy. Fla. 11th 'St. Studious atmosphere. tor. FR 21494. 63 METEOR, power steering. auto $2395 $695 tool "
Cent heat HW floors. Sc. porch.A Ph. 466-3120 AVAILABLE for summer trimester '55 CHEVROLET2door ..
Available April 16th. Rent $75.
real buy et$1f.0O.- 1 and 2 bedroom furnished OFFICE SPACE for rent 626 N. $995 ;
BEAUTIFUl. building site for the apartments. Some air. Phone 376-1123.. Main St. Phone 374-1480 If no hardtop. Automatic. V-S.
family that wants to be outsidethe conditioned. Near University LARGE clean newly decorated living answer 372-1823. 62 VW, Spotless inside and out . .$1395 radio heater tone paint. White
UNIVERSITYREALTY city limits. Almost 5 acres 916 S.W. 7th Avenue. FR 6-26A4 Rm. bedroom tile kitchen wall tires. Clealn. -t

large pines. Call good J. soil.W. KIrkpatrick Convenientlocation. 2 Quiet.BR. well near turn.campus.1st floor Air duplex.cond. &range bath plenty hot water of closet heater space.gas 56 Business Opportunities 61 FORD, Galaxie 500. R&H. full pwr & SPECIALS$645 No Down Payment -

Agency. FR S404.. 31 N. Main., Available Call FR 4-450. """"
Accept 3 mature quiet men now. MAKING MONEY air i . . . . . . $1595 '55 CHEVROLET
j 108 acres about 3 miles North of La- students. 376-6494. MODERN furnished apt. for rent. FROM WATER V) ton pick up. Good motor. 57 FORD. wagon $395 _
1115 N. Main St. ph. 372-4151 cress: 2.7 acre tobacco allotment.- Air conditioned. $70 per mo. THE Ice business Is a big busI-
W. M. Munroe, Broker Vt mile highway frontage, Apx 40( 1 & 2 BR. 1 blk from campus plus utilities. Phone 372-4840 or ness. Be the one to own the ParT $195 57 PLYMOUTH $i95
Assoc: S. E. McLaughlln. Frank to 60 acres of high grade farm air cond. optional $76 $101 per 376-9023. -Ice, ke vending franchise In FALCON. very clean auto. $1395 '53 FORD 57 CHEVY wagon $595

Rpby Roy McCann land. Price $16.750 Ph FR 6-2472 mo. Call McKInney Green. Inc. your area High gross profits Ranch wagon. V-I, radio heater 59 RAMBLER. wag.$59r -
Warner W. Weseman Realtor. 372 3617. 2 Si 3 BR air conditioned apts.. 3 with nominal supervision. For new tires. $I
31 Real Estate Wanted 1113 N. Main St. PRIVATE bath & entrance. first blks. from campus. low summer full details call or write: MI 7. 59 CADILLAC, 4-dr deViile Id., air $1995 $99 57 PLYMOUTH $495
rates. For appt. to see ph.
6363. 54 CHEVROLET $150
with 3 floor. two large rooms for ALL CARS thoroughlyRECONDITIONED
160 ACRES fenced good 372-0431. William A. Massey & Associates
adults. Refrigerator and gas

WANT TO BUY bedroom and cross CB home fenced.land good all fenced pasture stove Clean. 70S E. Univ. Ave FOR apt.RENT Good location.furn. 3 Ph.rm. FR t, 4-5821 bath 191 Winter W. Fairbanks Park Florida Avenue 61 T-BIRD, PS. PB. EW ES air. $2495 Several GOOD PICK UPS Many more to choose from.

'. on good road. FURNISHED 1 Br. apt. wat e r FROM
3 er 3b.droor.wtth : Inquireat 622 NE 1st St.
:: MARY MOELLER furn. 31st Ave. N.W. a. sits Terr.. or 61 Wanted 11tS TO $495
family room-end t.blths.Mch to Buy
en must bv "equippedCentral REALTOR 3129. call FR 6-4817. 1 BR furnished apt. living room. 61 RAMBLER Wag.. PS. fac. air $1295
dinette and bath. $75 $80 $85 RaulersonMotors RIDGWAYMOTOR
T eet preferred TAirst tie priced 160 acre farm with ell equipment. :3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & per month Phone 3764)787) WANTED: water cooler must be
right -n.sbnlbl..ISowr pay Half mile paved road frontage.Good clean. For married couples only. priced reasonable and In
.ment. Write' to Box 365-A, Adults. no pets. Rent reasonable CO.
47 Houses for Rent Fern. working condition. Call 3724441
Gainesville Sun.LISTINGS. Call 376-7844
farms and acreage listings. ext. 20. S-5 weekdays. Crane-Lincoln Mercury"It's

- WANTED Call Ban Griffin. Associate NEAR apartments.Campus 2, 3 3 furnished or 4 students 1 BR. house. suitable for couple or WE BUY and sell all kinds of fur 1611 HAWTHORNE I 1132 S. Main St.

Roby. FR i-2937 or one person only. $SO a month n'ture stoves. refrigerators Easy to Trade with Crone Lnicoln Mercury"* ROAD
I Hawthorne Rd. Call FR I FR
on clothes
Realtor radios. TV etc. Cal 372-5285
-I A? ordyce & Associates. Inc. have GLADYS SMITH FR 6-1082. 2-4762. FR 23937.WANTED .
:'need for1 rWW and Interestinglistings 1-'' W. University 3725393 NICE. quiet private. steam 516 S. MAIN STREET FR 2-3631 Nome of A.1 Used CarsCARSTRUCKSJEEPS
of homes and lots heat. aerial. air conditioner. 3 BEDROOM 2 bath furnished good used Canoe. Call after j
:In the Gainesville area. Excflfint FORDYCE Couple or single. $70. 406 NE house. Near Campus Available 5 p.m. 376-8832. I
-'clients -are' waiting to 6th St.STUDIOUS. early May. Write P. O. Box 126
be informedt' youtDstlng.FORDYCE Gainesville. Florida. .

room mate wantedto 2 BR. CCB furnished N. E.
share cool air-conditioned __
tion. Call FR 2-7154.
ASSOCIATES, $INC. apt. for summer. Call FR
976 W. Univ. Ave 376-1236 '-2 11. Mrs. Dickie. 2 & 3 BR houses. $100 per
2YI and 5 acr* parcel 'available mo 7 mln. from courthouse
WANTED to buy houses to be at this time. Perfect-home sites : COLONIAL Manor Su -lease avail 5 mln. to Univ. Phone FR ;
moved or to wreck them. Phone northwest location. able. Air conditioned. $110 per 29854.
454-1650 High Springs. month. Call 374-1404 or call Mrs. SEE IT COMPARE
Over SW acres' available $220.Man Roland at 372.7111. 3 BR. 2 bath furnished block f
house. Phone FR 2-0724.
39 Out of Town Property acre. Fenced and _cross. fenc Efficiency apt.. water furnished .. .
ed. A perfect ranch. $35 per mo. 3505 N.W. 17th St. SMALL 2 bedroom CCB house S
Call McKInney Green Inc. FR 2- minute drive to University. Water .
I 7 ROOM house with bath on lot 160 acres for $16500 an acre Between 3617. furnished. Phone FR 6-4539.
90x220. On Main Street In Newberry and Archer Road.
Hampton. Fl. Prke $4200. H. : 3 bedrooms. bath and Vt. Priced COEDS. 3 BR house completely furnished
F. Jones. Other' listings available. $95.00 an $75 per m. A t h. Students wel kitchen equip. $100 mo. DRIVE IT!
acre and come. Water furnished. Call FR Call 376-3305 after S p.m.

40 Business Properties I up.FORDYCE 22907. MOBILE HOME 45 x 10. For sale
2 BR. furnished apartment. No or rent. After 5pm. call 376-0097
ACRE SHOPPING CENTERI ASSOCIATES. INC. pets. 311 S. E. 8th St. sao month.
12 Corner of course 1400 ft. ofof 'J6 W. Unv! 31'1236StID Phone FR 6-8961.. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.FOR BRAND NEW

pavement traffic count and MOBILE home. tg. cabana room.
population check Indicate Immediate Want Ads no pets. Call FR 22290. RENT 3 BR 2 bath built-in I
NEED for this facility.An kitchen corner tot, 2 blks. from
Investors dream at $ o.. 1 bedroom furnished apartment Metcalfe School & lr. high. 1943 1964 FALCON -
00000 whole price Terms. tool Get Results private entrance free water and NE 15th Terr. $125 per month.
ARCH CAMPBELL. REALTOR. T.V. antenna Call FR. 6-5112 or Call 3725738.
Phone 376-5707 ANYTIME 7619.. t:
2 Bedroom house. plus den stove (
furnished. SI 25 month. 26 S.W.
24th St. Call Gladys Smith.

Realtor. 3725393. I ---...

itSERVICES FOR RENT unfurnished 2 BR -.
house. $60 per mo unfurnished =r --r.-: =::.rftre" -
2 BR duplex apt $60 per mo. ;
Call FR 4-7464. .

FOR rent In Archer. 2 BR. house .

I Home And BusinessAir $60 per mo. Call 472.2450. : A. -f Self Adiustina


SEVERAL attractive home *
Plumbing available and also apart
Bulldozing ments. Call or Contact For.

SMALL bulldozer loader dump i dyce Associates Inc.
trucks fill dirt. time rock. TopsoiL SEWER INSTALLEDNEW 726 W. Univ. Ave 374-1234

Phone 372-746. | & used fixtures. complete UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. Stove

BULLDOZERS Dragline, Backhoe I plumbing HUGULEY.service Gainesville-BIG"Plum JIM a. refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. H -
Ave. Phone FR 4-570* after 5:30
wheel tractors. motor I Ing, FR M589 78911Ir
grader. Free estimates. W. G. P.M. for appt. I
fouek> Jotmvin FB a-619 ji
RemodelingNEED 4 RM. frame house at 1120 SE
21st Ave., shady yard. $42.50 per
CarpentryWORK month. Call 372-4134.

A NEW Florida room. carport -
AVAIL. Apr.' 25th near City Park
patio screened-in porch.
wanted Carpenter desires shopping schools 3. BR study
? Call and get It done
etc. now
_rk. RepaIrs. remodel I n g. Iv. mv. On. rm. kit. equip
months. Call
for the summer breakfast nook FR 4-2693.
Ph. 24102.Cosmetks P.M. for free -
372-8049 estimates.after 5 COMPLETELY redecorated ; PLUS TAG AND

3 BR. house. Fenced back yard TAX
BUILDING. remodeling painting no thru street. Owner on premises FLORIDA SALES
Conditioning block and cement work. Goodwork. through Sunday. Drive by
An HOUR OF BEAUTY will makea Good prices. Phone 46a1172. 520 NE 12th St.

I anew you" at MERLE NOR. I FOR rent In Alachua 2 BR. block t1kWI

ART BALL Air conditioningHot MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. PALATKA ORNAMENTAL IRON house. 1 yr. old. Has terrazzo :. ?" ,..,,...HA
( Air-Hot water) heating, and Learn professional make-up WORKS. Railings & porch columns floors & tile bath carport a. utl- .
refrigeration. Ph. 372-16S5. 15 secrets by trained beauty experts. made to your specifications. Uty rm. $60 per moo Call 462 -- ...yI
Years IX eFIencI. 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR Phone 325-4005. Palatka 1871 or 462-157 anytime. TT f
2.3126.BIG I after A P M.. reverse the charg _
S03 N.W. 10th Ave. 3 BR. unfurnished :
Appliance RepairsSEEING MONEY. Future for experienced es. home with stove and refrigerator
direct sales manager In semt-finlshed Fla. rm.
Gainesville Waldo Lake But- Upholstery $11* mo. Ph. FR 4-2472. Wese w
ler. Hawthorne. Lake City. Live man Realty \ (Th _
IS BELIEVING Oak. 5 Alachua. If not InterestedDo -
FOR rebuilt washing machines not apdy Phone 376-1480. UPHOLSTER your furniture at 3 BR 1 bath. 411 N.W. 34th Terrace -
dishwashers refrigerator and reasonable prices. Call Sally. $110 per mo. Call McKln- '
appliance repairs call Dan at FR FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA Experienced. FR 4tIll.SewingAlterations. hey Green Inc. FR 2-3617. '

121 N.W. 25th Street. Close to Univ. I
HANDYMAN SHOP FIREEXTINGUISHER 3 bedroom. 1 bath, range and re
First In appliance repairs. CO. frigerator. $110 Ma. or can furnish
Sales and Service air cond. on lease at high.
Appliance Repair & AM types of Fire Extinguishers SEAMSTRESS I do sewing of ell er rate. FR 44565, evenings FR I ,

Pick up and delivery service kinds & Dressmaking "rs. W. 27883
Air Conditioning C R. Thomas Ph. 3764989 C. AibelU 3434 N.W. hits Terrace CLEAN 2 BR kitchen equipped.

Gainesville. Fla. 372065.5.ALTERATIONS. Ideal for working people 20 SE I I
tnt St. $60 per moo Phone ..
BENNY GRAYFOR clothing, else on buttonholes 5724. BIG DISCOUNT ON

FOR Efficient Quality Mortgage Broker belts & dressmaking. Call ONE. 3 BR. house furnished $")
erYke 1. ReasoneDe 3724891. per mo. water included. Available

CAll 376-4879 FHA and conventional et lowest May 1st. 3 BR. unfurnished
THE current rates. Terms to 25 Sewing Machine Repairs house $SO moo Hot waterheater I II DEMONSTRATORS
and water included. 64 FORD
EI.ECTRICAti.PPLIANCE year Will. Call gladly tomorrow.J. discuss. at 110obIlg.tlon. Avallab now. CaP 445-2362. ,1 ,

sir 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 24494 VICE CO. 115 W. UniversityAve. 3 BEDROOM house. 2 baths.. .un
EMERGENCY refrlg.ntloft aM 376-1075. We repair all furnished. Available May 1st.
conditioning In your Nmt. Free FRED B. ARNOLD Makes. Work fully guaranteed. $35 per month. Phone FR 2-X51. I
estimates. 24 hour aarvke, P*. REALTORFHA "THE UNEXPECTED FROM FORD"I
3T1-H30. AND CONVENTIONALLOANS 3 8 R.. 1 bath suburban home elec. I .
Tires Alignment stove water heater, refrfe- space I "" -

Service 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Brake Service heater nice quiet location, 4224 17th .
Appraisal MUSTANG coming April
MORTGAGE MONEYS NW 34th St. Can 374-5555. I .' .

.. ARNOLDREALTOR per cent Interest. Terms to I 2 Bedroom unfumisned house. Located
25 rs.BUY N.W. Section. Call FR 2-8178
'WSAL BUILD REFINANCE famous nationally known Mohawk after 4 weekdays or ail day Sunday
REAL aSTATI SERVICE : Can tires . Save up te I Customers Our Most ImportontAse't" .
W.-4.J UV. -AVE. PH. m.sm S2S NW U St. PH. FR 9-2511 50% on new tires. See our new "Satisfied -
12te Dan Byrd wrap around retread that gives 49 Rooms Foe RestROOMS
-. more mileage & traction. Latwmer '
Auto futynent GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA Tire Co. J3 N. MainS?.
and conventional loan.. Low tor men. Weekly maid MOTOR
rates. Terms ta 25 years U2 service linens and refrigerator
HYDRAULIC; JACKS; rebuilt' 5sxchsngdJ W. Univ. Ave. 372-539X WINDOW CLEANING furnished. 372-1185 or 372-181
Ite a"" kill for 414 NE 2nd Ave. SHAW and KEETEROPEN
WalkrJIdtF''V antherined FORDYCB and Associates. Incu NDOWS cleaned floor cleaned COMPANY
Wilke'.34ydTUl Jack Conventional' and F.H... loans and waxed houses washed. 1C WANTED. 4 fellows to char 3 I
ServIce Agent. HULL'S"BRAKE with low rates and Ie-o term yrs. experience. Fret estimate. bedroom house In West Park. ,
SERVICE A SUPPLY MU S. leans our specialty. Qv. courteous Phone FR 7-59SS. During Spring Trimester. Rates .
Main Fit t.U", confidential nest. -.. Can very reasonable Transportation
376-1234 or come by 4 West furnished. Call FR 44U MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
University Avenue. Gr.ee Fw.otWP. Yard WorkFOR II TIL 9 p.m.
ute Gloss R""M. ROOM for single student. near PHONE FIl 6-5371
campus air conditioned. $50 per II, t 238 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
''I AUTO GLASS is our orjvness. > .. the best take a rest. Osteens month. Call FR 4-0522. '
PAINTING Lawn Mowing Service. Free esti !
Immediate snstallattonj mate. Can FR 41417.ADVERTISE FOR businessman. Large bedroom. _
free beauty pickup a. value a. dettvery.4Ado to your ear.I PAINTING. Also Screens repaired.. private bath. Facilities for light :!:::: : A;
meals. 304 N.E. 7m Avenue.
I window glass replaced. Phone -----
I' lt-Yf. 6th SI FR. _I FR 4-120. IUVlC5 A F2-1700. ;:

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12C Gainesville Sun Sunday, April 1964Misc. .
--:73-Musical Merchandise -i. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 85 Automobiles for Sale l 85 Automobiles for Sale 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobiles for Safe :. 85 Automobiles for Salt.

: 66 Fo'r Sal I. 66 Misc .For Sale. : I
50 x 8' Liberty., 2 bedroom PRICED for quick sale 1959 1956 2 DR. Ford. V-8 A-T. RiH, "5_ ..ov inwvr & cay ey 4 Dr: ie eftoTwqlOfse
4 TRUCK LOAD PIANO SALE deluxe model. Air conditioned. DODGE, 1957 2 dr.* Sports Coupe MERCURY Monterey 1957. 4 dr... MGA Roadster mechanically tone paint,* excellent condition.: with- white ton 6 CVt-
FOR SALE Roll-Top Antique desk COWLING'S UPHOLSTERY USED PIANOS Indirect lighting.. Walnut .auto. trans., radio & heater, HT full power, no down. $8 per good needs body work. $550. $495. Call FR 22809. inder power glide W-W, under
SI 50. May be seen at 1310 S. Chairs low as S3. No money 1 USED :small Grand piano was paneling. Aluminum. Must see to good tires & engine: $295. Call week. H & H Motors. 1636 SE call FR 2-7005. 40.000 mHes SH40. Call R. Anderson
Main. Thomas Oil Co. FR 4-8864. down low as $5 per month. ,1595 now $275. 10 extra nice rebuilt appreciate. $2,495 FR 2-7994. Jack Varney FR 6-5212. Sat. or 3rd Ave.MORRIS 1961 COMET. R & H, excellent FOR SALE Spitfire 4. Triumph FR 6-8301 evenings. or
Free estimates. pickup and delivery upright pianos. 1 ,used elec. : Sun. after 4 P.M. 4 priced for quick sale. Call 372- 6-7571 days.
MINOR. 1958. door sedan cond. 31.000 rr.L Call FR 2-
PORTABLE Motorola Stereo set; service. All work guaran player piano 15 free rolls giv- 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals $250. Phone 376-7706 after i 3784.
Mobilette motor scooter new teed. Phone 3767784.KEROSENE en with this fine piano, only $495. DODGE ROYAL 1955. 4-door. V-8. P.M. 3032.FAIRLANE
this trimester. Call Jeff. FR *- New piano, save S100 on a piano RENT a truck one-way anywherein automatic. Radio and heater. S 1958 PONTIAC Chieftian. A good 500Must DODGE-DART
3851. H.W. heater 30 gaL on the floor. 2 new pianos the USA. from United Rent- new tires., Excellent condition. OLDS 1960. 2-door, factory stick. one. $850 Cash. Phone FR '-7503.ORIGINAL .
excellent condition. Save money. $350. Phone FR 6-8080. Good condo $925. 1954 OLDS. sell. '1962. Power steering DODGE TRUCKS
BRAND new twin air-foam mat slightly damaged In transit sub- Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2835.
See it. Make reasonable offer. Call stantial Good running cond. 225. Ronnie OWNER. t passenger radio neater, white side walls.
tress. Will savings. Stereo c o n-
sell for .
$35. Call
376-5190. English Ford. Anglia 1959 $295. Young 372-5097. custom Suburban 59 Plymouth up payments of $68.05.
CI37 after 5 p.m.SALE soles. prices greatly reduced on 83 Motorcycles & Scooters Good condition. Perfect 2nd Car.. station wagon. Good Call 372-1281 after 4 p.m. POOLE-GABLE:
STRAWBERRIES. 25 Cts quart. You Sylvania. Motorola. Pilot. and I PONTIAC 1955. I cylinder 4-door condition.
poSe R
P-B. &
Danish Modern COUCh. like of Waldo. Curtis Mathis. Your credit is Call FR 2-4652 after 6:30. H. FOR SALE 1957 Chevy
N. stick
miles 6cyI.
them. 3 119 SE
pick standard transmission. Excellent low First Are
new. Cost new SI 00. wilt sell for G. good with us. GAINESVILLE I960 NORTON motorcycle 600 cc. mileage. Will sacrificefor ., motor overhauled .
S55. 211 Call 468-1770 for Information. In excellent condition. ENGLISH FORD Consul con- condition. $300. Phone FR 6- 211. $795. May be seen at recentty.
N.W. 16th St. Apt. l In 400. 1 372434Jjjr
MUSIC CENTER 1025 W. Univ, owner good tires. FR 63088. -
E. Wasdin. vert. 61 good cond. Down payment -
1325 N.E. 12th
back after 7 p.m. Ave. 3725421. Call 454-1041 after 7:00 P.M. and take over few remainIng PLYMOUTH 1955. Desperate must Terr. .
ROLL-AWAY BED S20 30" 2 GOOD hearing is one of your most It. 59 ZUNDAPP Super Sabre. In payments. 510 NE 6th Ave. sell for tuition. Good cond. 1st --- --
peed pedistal fan J25 Gasoline valuable assets. Dont neglect HEARING good condition. Priced for in,. 3725478. offer over $100 gets It. 3763864.

,,lawn edger $25. 9 aluminum |aloosles AID Visit CO.GAINESVILLE'S/today. 620 N. Main St. Automotive sale $135. Ross Jeffrey. Glyn- FORD. 1957. 4 dr.. stand. shift. RAMBLER Classic. 196X White 2- :
$45. 1 exerciser wood Trailer Park: Trailer 17.
$20. 1335N steering. R&H. Can be '
FR 50,000 actual miles. Very clean. dr. power
E. 9th Street. 'I'
: 6009S.ART Best offer. Phone 3725478 or refinanced or take up payments.Excellent
ELECTRIC $STOVE 3. .burner BOOKS 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS can be seen at 510 NE 6th Ave. cond. FR 25992. I II
Artist course set of 4.Call .
deep-well oven. storage drawers FAMOUS 77 Mobile Homes for Sale FORD XL 1963. 10.000 miles. A.T.. STUDEBAKER L rk. 1959. 6 cyt.
.FR i-OSm after 6pm.AIR SPRING AUTO rUNE.UP- I
& timer. First come' first .. radio fc heater. $595.
Your car's & show R & H. P $ bucket seats. small over- rIve.
serve $25. Call FR 6-6565. CONDITIONER. 14,000 BTU NOW SHOWING pep power eQUity. assume balance. Phone Phone 316859LSTUDEBAKER
Kelvmator New $260. Used only 1964 up with a tune-up at BROWN'SSERVICE 4-4-IM1.
Vt ton pick-up 1949
CLEAN & CENTER. Guaranteed
your rugs upholsterywith
Call 3721958.
4 $150. 2
'enes. and 3 bedrooms. all Floor
amazing Lustre Foam Use Plans. recapping & wheel alignment. FORD. station wagon, 1957 WWS. with '56 motor. Excellent tires and
'our applicator' free. Call Home INTERNATIONAL Harvester refrigerator Terms tailored to meet 809 N. Main. FR 6-4310.: auto. trans.., Thunderbird engine new paint $150. Ph. FR 27270.
$60. GE range $40, your budget. Drive a little and
.Beautiful Furniture 1703 N. Excellent condition. Ph. '
save a lot at 41 $200 equity
Main St.STRAWBERRIES.. Both in good condition. Call Ev- VOLKSWAGEN
inston 591-2551 after 6:30. CONNOLLYMobile 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 372-8849. and take up payments. Call 475- -
STRAWBERRIESYOU Home Sales. Inc. FORD 1959. Falrlane 6 cylinder 2833- I i I I
pick them 25 cts.: a quart BEAUTIFUL emerald cut solitaire 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 AUSTIN- EALY. 3000 I960 white Dr. RS.H A-T good tires. good 1963 CHEVY II Station wagon. iSiiS ? >
Appraisal value 'T''ii'iff' -
diamond ring. over-drive lump seats. Goingto j'iiL
:Bring container. Phone 622-8166 condition. $450 cash. Call FR 6- ,
own 4Vimfles auto. trans.
Air conditioned
WOWOf: $700. will sell for less. Call FR 376-3211. ext. 5586.
service. or
Lawtey. Fla. Harold Closed Sundays 9064. three seats ;
radio & 'II' '
: K. Norman. Plenty of ber- 2-1570 after 4pm. SPECIAL 3760485. FORD 57. V-8 A.T R&H good white side walls. 4.000 miles I t>'- i < ,! I .fi. \ ft J .' .+j I I
ries. BEAUTIFUL Chantilly lace and 10x50 Mobile home CADILLAC SEDAN 1957 DeVille. mech. condition. Call 3725207. less than 5 mos. old. $100 cash ,I>>- j1t t:11:: ,."'. "' ". .
RED dinette net floor length gown. Size 5 to and 50x100 Loaded with everything. $550. 1806 take up payments. Call 372-
set extra" leaf. extends 7. Hoop Included. 15V S. E. 10th lot. 1 mile S. of paines Prarie. N.W. 38th Terrace. Phone 372- C81. FORD. 1956. 4Dr. R & H, A-T, 8171 S to 5-3725738 after 5 ,
6 to 36
x 60", chrome
formica table. 4 plastic padded and St. After 5 p.rn.REMINGTO All 6-3052.State Mobile Homes. FR CHEVROLET 1960 Impala 2dr.. &new tag paint bargain lob. new at 275.tires or battery best P.M. t ,<'-,.:, ..,,... /: ,;;. I
chairs. $25 complete Phone FR noiseless portable hardtop power steering radio offer. Call FR 2-0338. 55 CHEVROLET. 2dr. hard-
24194. typewriter.. very good condition 40MODELS, heater power glyde transmis top. new paint and tires. Good tYi1't'l
$35. all 3725516. sion. Phone FR 6-6950. FORD. 1959. 4-door Fairlane 500. condition; only $425.
DESK with and matching matching chair.char.!bookcase Desk FOR sale coin operated drink box 2 Dr. V-8 A.T. WoW V-8. automatic transmission. Radio 57 PONTIAC. Convertible $295. < ; :: ;!"- : :
CHEVY 56. heater. Good condition. $795 Wrighfs Body Works. 2031 NW ; .' II
I : : : > ,
bedside table. swinging door 2windows with fountain, holds 4 cases. $100. 7915. :-
Sink with fixtures. Call Floyd's Motors. 462-1871. 462- ON FROM DISPLAY LOWEST TO CHOOSE heater. $200. Call 372- Phone FR 6-2969. 6th 5806.BRING.St.. 376-9707, after 6, 372- .:
Newtone hood. Screen door. Grill 1579 anytime. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. CHEVY 1957 station wagon. V-8 KARMANN GHIA. 1959 conver
ceiling light 48" Venetian blinds. excellent cond, new tires.I tible. Excellent Cond. Blue book out the best In your car.
Folding screen, clay flower pots. 70 Boats-Marine E< uip. TRAILER MART Best offer. Phone 312- 23. or retail $1.180 sell for 995. 1906 Superior Auto painting & body
Misc. Items. FR 6-3798. Hwy. 17. Phone 328-1050 FR 6.6556.CORVAIR N.W. 9th St. FR 6-9856. work. Fast dependable service; DRIVE THE

THE; best cost less. Every pot OPEN WEEKDAYS Monza '63, equipped LANCER 61, mod-770 4 Dr. s-stick. free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S
Cruiser heater, white side BODY WORKS 2031 NW 6th St
.you own Is automatic with Foilea 16' REGAL LANCER Cabin with radio. new tires 39.000 mi. Bal. $960.
*. Burner with a brain. Yur and trailer. Phone 25689. UNTIL 9 p.m. wall tires. 8,000 actual miles. Mr. Batwm 376-U04. FR 6-9707.
,Pbilgas Distributor 374-5392. BOAT TRAILER Ideal for small SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 Assume payments small equi. MERCEDES 180 Sedan. $1095 VW. '63 Micro-Bus deluxe model
ty. Will consider older car for
428 N. W. 9th Ave EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA radio. heater. curtains. low mileage I"
12 CA.: pump ISO. Marlin 22 lever fishing boat. equity. Call owner at 3724441 HILLMAN 59. Sedan $395. both with
nue. all extras. and in excellent condi very clean. Split front
action excellent condo $65 126 FEDERAL ext. 33 8-5 weekdays. I
. S...W 40th St. FR 22727 18' CORRECT Craft inboard. 135 QUALITY HOMES tion. Call FR 60863. seat. Price $2,595.Melton Motors.
DODGE 1961 hardtop. 6 cylInder 703 N. Main St.. FR 6-7571.
ALMOST new large electric range HP Grey Marine engine, boat 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South standard transmission. MERCURY 1955 9 passenger
$50. Crosley electric refrigera and trailer. 11.0<10 cash. Phone Gainesville 372-5113 Rand H. Low mileage. Excellent V-8 wagon. auto. trans.. radio. CLEAN Oldsmobile station wagon.
tor $45, or $30 for both. Almost FR 20245. Hours t to >, Sunday 11 to 7 WW Exceptionally clean. heater, excellent condition. 1 1958. Excellent condition. Reasonably 100.000 miles in 1000 hours-that was the Comet DurabilityRun
new record player $40, or exchange 15' ALUMINUM boat. 16 HP Service is a must with us. Reasonab. Call 3727677. owner. Good tires. 3722340. priced. FR 28449.FIRST You won't want to drive that fast or that long-but you
for tape recorder. Will motor. Trailer good condition. can count on enjoying the same engineering skills and basic
pay some difference totright 265. Phone FR 25365.
recorder. Call FR 6-6135. WYATTTrailer know-how that made Daytona possible, in any Comet in our
17 FIBERGLASS boat with 35
CLOSE out two 1963 GE AM-FM HP electric start outboard mo showroom. What's more-our deals are just as hot!
multiplex wall stereos in Maple. tor. Boat trailer also. 4 yrs. old.
Regular 2995. Two only at Call 376-9098. SalesHome
$??9.00 No money down. 24
N. Main St. DOUBLE hull fiberglass, unsinkable Pacemaker of I -
GE 6" 16' boat with 75 HP Evin- Mobile Homes '" .' ,
] electric ranoe 2 yrs. oldPerfect Shasta and Airstream I .
rude top and Ace. 1 year old. : :,4- =,;
Eta,. condition $100. Call 376- New condition. Cost $3200.financed.Bar ocala'sTri:t Trailers Mobile Horn I "lt's Easy to Trade With Crane Lincoln-Mercury"

BEAUTIFUL colorful gain at $2200. Can after be S Dealer Since 148 506 E. UNIVERSITY AVE.
mounted Phone FR 2-9663 pm. 1923 PHONE FR 2-4251
sail fish. 4'2". By Al Pfleguer, Springs Blvd.
Miami 60 H.P. inboard ski boat & trailerin Phone 479-1358
Fla. Only $229. The condition. Needs paint Ocala Fla.
Tackle good .
Box. 1490 Hawthorne -
only. Must sell. $350. See at Ga- 8x30' mobile
home. newly constructed -
1963. WHITE ZIG ZAC tor Marine.
monograms ,
10 x 20' cabana 5 min.
saws on buttons
makes buttonholes plywood boat. from Town &
12 FT. v-bottom campus. Country
darns & mends, fancy Bottom fiberglassed. Trailer. Trailer Lodge. Ph. 376-2865. W. .
stitches.. Only 6 payments of 25 H. P. Motor. and Ski Equip A. Kelly. ] T ;
M 07. Call FR 22051. ment. $250.00 376-5908 after 6:00 FOR AMONG THE FINE .
.SINGER SLANT NEEDLE P.M. or anytime weekends. completely SALE 21 furnished.ft. house Must trailer sell .
Looks and sews like new, only 15' CROSBY Fiberglass boat with Immediately $495 cash. May be
a payments at $944 discount for 50 Hp Evlnrude motor. trailer. seen at Moore's trailer park, or
cash. Call FR 2-2051.. all in excellent condition. Good leave message for Charles Ma- OF THE WORLDERCEDESBEN'Z
1964 ZIG ZAG. like new mono buy at $1100. May be seen at _gill at FR 65035. CARS

grams, buttonholes, sews on but. Gator Marine. 1960 AMERICAN Wx 46'. 1 BR.; :
tons overcasts raw edges darns front kitchen lot 29, Hickory Hill. SHAW and
& mends. Only 6 payments of 72 Office Equipment Call 372-3155. :
714. Credit adjusters FR 22051. '
TWO bedroom house trailer $900, : :
SINGER AUTO GAINESVILLE'S largest volume of. one bedroom house trailer $750. I.1 :
With drop in cams, does every. fice supply dealer Chesnufs Can be rented. Phone 37M234 .
thing. p.ck-up payments of Office Equipment Co. Invites you Monday to Friday 9 to S.IT'S .
888. Call FR 22051. to come in and shop or call for

2 BR trailer with some land on free delivery. Chesnufs Office FOOLISH KEETER
route 121. Nearly new boat with Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. to pay more. RECKLESS to NOW ON DISPLAY AT .
two motors and trailer A-C bull Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. pay 'less. GET THE REAL .
dozing tractor and cattle FACTS. .
trailer. TAX TIME. Adding machines and Payments as low as
pick-up truck. Call 4621754. 57M per month with $300 down
calculators. New and used. Park.
'I.Vo'S USED $29,95 up portable table er's Complete Office Outfitters.The LAKE GENEVA
& consoles guaranteed. Anten only authorized Olivetti Mobile Homes Sales CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY
na's optional. College Radio FR Underwood Agent In Gainesville. Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia.
6-7731. Ph. 3722555 601 W. Univ. Ave. Only 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES $2295

distributing unit incl 160,000 BTU 73 Musical Merchandise BANK FINANCING 506 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. PHONE FR 2-4251
gas auto. heating; 60-75,000 BTU NEW. 10" wide mobile homes I Galaxie 500 V-8 .
cooling Muller compressor air cooled Town & Country Trailer Sales 4-dr engine, 352-Cu. In. Cruise-0- -
Freon 22 still In ORGAN SALE 3860 S.W. Mafic transmission radio heater steering. whitewall
guarantee. I Archer Rd. FR 22290. --------L---------------___ ________ power
$1200 time or $995 cash. FR 6-7731 Of Christmas Left overs. All sr I--- ----_-- _-----_---_- -_----_ _-_ '_ __ h ---- -- -.. tires. Beautiful blue finish.
Mr. Smith.IMPLEMENT. new organs. Savings up to 30 .

trailer, heavy duty, per cent. Earl's Piano Co.
tandem wheels brand new can be 702 W. Univ. Ave. 3722222
r seen at Far m ers Mutual Ex. SPINET Piano used. Mahogany 62 CHEVY SI 1645
-change. Alachua./ or Ph. 4621780. finish with matching bench 395. HAWES POWERS USED CAR LOT "
PIANO $125; Refrig. $35; gas range _Gridley Music Co. FR 25353. : -
4 $15; power mower $25; Hi-Fi and UPRIGHT pianor ,refinished 4 reconditioned .
stand $25; dinette and 4 ctiairs I $125 after Sunday. FR 4-dr. Equipped with V-8 engine, radio, heater. power

.__$10, afterupday, k 1a. 6-0451 ,, ... SMITTY SAYS: t'.. glide transmission; air conditioned. Tutone blue over i? .

-. white finish. ': _
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the IN STOCK OVER 30 DAYS .i: 1 4-dr Electra 225 hardtop. Dynoflow transmission, ,i' _.' ,

IT *. I radio. heater, power steering, power brakes power :3 -- '
!*' I windows. PLUS air conditioning. Whitewall tires. : .,

\Attractive solid blue finish. .: _
DIFFERENCE Some Priced At Wholesale and Some BELOWIF -


4-dr Fairlaine; :
500. V-8 engine. cuhe.O4 __
iNOWIS Matic transmission power steering radio ....-;;
'J.- -a heater. AIR CONDI HONED. Sharp tutone I

THE TIME! -, white and grey.
At Barkley Motors our policy Is Competitive Prices. -

The "DIFFERENCE" is your trade-in is worth more.

So before you trade see our quality pre-Owned
cars and check our high trade allowances. The
"difference" 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

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. 4-dr. PS. PB. Auto Air condo . . . . .$1425 V

car. . . . . . $3995
63 PONTIAC! 2-dr hardtop.f Loaded with 59 PLYMOUTH. Fury 2-dr hardtop. PSt Auto. R & H, V-8 . . . . . .$895

equipment including factory air condition I 69 IMPERIAL, 4-dr hardtop ((2)) PS, PB. R&H. V-8's . . . '. . . .$1195 4SAVE UP TO900 : <

ing. Reduced for this sale to only $2995 59 FORD 4-dr Galaxie. automatic R&H, power steering .. .'. : ,. . .$795 -
63 FORD Galaxie 500 2-dr hardtop. -
Cruise-O-Matic transmission power steering 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 T.

... ... . ..$2395 58 CHEVROLET, 2-dr. drives out real good. SAVE . . . . . . .$295 I

convertible fully factory 58 BUICK, 4-dr sedan. PS. PB. R&H Auto. Air condo . . u. . . .. $645 I
including automatic transmission.

steering radio heater. A beautiful 57 PLYMOUTH, V-8 automatic radio heater. Sharp cars (-2)) . . . . $395 i 59 CHEVROLET .............,............... .. .........:......... .. .' $695:

. . . .' . $2095 56 CHRYSLER'runs real good. See this one, reduced to . . . .. . . $295 I finish.2-dr Biscayne.White wall Equipped tires. with powerglide transmission and heater T tvte white over rtA

Impala 4dr hardtop.air.Full A 57 OLDS, 4-dr wagon. PS. PB. R & H. runs good . . . . .10 . .$295 : 59 OLDS ............................................................... ... $945
including factory
car equipment at o low price . . $2,695 63 VW Kombie-Bus. station wagon 7,800 actual miles e . . .. . . .$1695 I 4-dr Beautiful'?"/ tutone hardtop.< white Hyd'WM'le over jet black transmission finish. power st -rIng. radio beater. White wall tint

4-dr. Sedan. Fully equipped in 63 SAAB, 2-dr. 4-speed transmission, radio heater like new .10 . . e .$1185 62 FORD .............................................................. $1745

air conditioning. Automatic radio. 63 FITA 1100 4-dr sedan. Like new only 13,000 miles . . .. .. .. . .$1095 1 White Victoria 2-dr hardtop. V4 engine. Power steering, CruIseO-Mahc traiwnfan. Radio heater. .
See and SAVE $1995 wall tires. Tutone white over bronze finish. .
. . .
2-dr Impala 2-to choose 63 RAMBLER American 4-dr. automatic radio & heater, 9980 mi . . . .$1345

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

factory air. Come early and take your 62 VALIANT, V-2OO4-dr, heater, 16.000 actual miles, sharp u e. . e. .$1495 57 FORD .............................................................. $195

. . . . . $2495 4-dr V-a engine Ford-O-Matic transmission radio and heater fcarp blue and white
Impala 4-dr sedan. 4-to 62 VW, Sunroof a real clean little car . . e e . . . .. . $1495 finish.

from. Equipped with automatic 62 PONTIAC Tempest. 4-dr. wagon radio heater. clean as a pin. . . .$1395 \ 0 _ ,

power steering. radio, heater. 62 CHEVROLET2 Ton truck .. .$1495 ,. .'- -- -. -
pickup save a lots here . . . . -

Factory, Galaxie Air Conditioning 500. Equipped. $2295 with 61 PLYMOUTH 4-dr wagon. ((2)) PSt R & H. AT. V-8. Air cond. e,_ e. $1300 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

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

. . . . . $2095 61 VALIANT, V--200. Automatic radio heater, nice car . ... .. . .$895 6% FINANCING

Newport 2-dr hardtop. ON ALL USED

.. equipped including air conditioning. CARS!

to only . . u. ..- ,. $1785
Loaded with accessories in 62 STUDEBAKER ........ .... $675 63 DODGE ..... ..... $2745 (ARRANT! 12-MONTH

factory air. Clean inside end out. Automatic, heater, 4-dr. real nice condition. '440. Power steering. brakes radio, heater, air PLAN :

and drive it today . . $2195 '.. conditioned. Like new inside ond out. SAVE. SERVICE :
fully,equipped including fac LOW DOWN

air conditioning.. A real luxury car. :'-r PAYMENT

many carefree miles .. . $995

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Test the Sunbeam "Imp" SPECIAL 1-YEAR GW : '-- -, -- .

Car features 61 SPRIT.E ........ .... .... ...... $945
Unique Sports 6-3400 Convertible nice.ruce. ] WARRANTY 61 FORD ..............--...................................... ... ....,. $1O9.4dr ;_
style engine .! Fairlaine 500. Equipped with Crulse-O-Matic transmission. white woo tires. Tutone whrf
over blue finish..
of --
Miles per gallon gasoline i_ .

mile service interval .
62 PLYMOUTH .................................................... $134-
4-dr Wagon. Eojulpped with V4 es ine. Automatic tr rojUion, power (terto>. Tvtone wh _. _

$1p !5 i Hawes Powers Motor Co. : over light SHAW blue finish. KEETER! -..._

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

Plymouth.- aliant-Chrysler-lmperial.Simca, Sales and Service f "Your
Barkley Molors"I. I Friendly Ford Dealer Since 1924

"We will not be undersold or outtraded"312N.MainSt. -
the Auto Game Borkley's the Name"

.. 2201 N. Main FR 2-4373 FR. '.6-3400, PHOKE: 372-0505.: -- .- :-3 :
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AUTOMOBILES for'SALE?. { .: _-- !". r" : .

new motor. Need miner r I I PAINT JOB I &
pairs.ram good.Packard S17S for M4 bo1t312757', new toy. FR 2-1411 1007 N. Mais St. RIGHT TWSi
I II Phone FR 2-6313 1
FOR SALE.. 1961 Volkswagen. For I I I .,
tion of equity and take up pay.oMMtw Courtesy Of Northcentrol Florida ,
Phone FR 4-1144. Spring Special i I IS3995 University ChevroletN. I I Largest iLItV1FiRATEb1

I 1960 heater 4-door." stick V-",shift Savoy: $900.Plymouth See at. Main St. at 16th A... I I Independent Dealer I IHaven't : fOIKS //

i\ 1646.S6CHEV.floe..N-.E..flh' Ave. or call FR 2-1 i

_ll. Vow engine 4 bar. I
rell carburetor stick trans. Extra -" I*
Heard? V
I good. $150 .complete. Sea It. \ >
drive It. 'J. W. Phillip. Used II I
Cars. Alachua.

196L VQJJUw.gen...sedan, alrcondiFR I
tlonlng. P- 4711 after }
CASH for your old car. H d H Mot.
ore 134 SE 3rd Ave. ; -
19n BUICK Electra convertible.
aU power excellent condition. See
at405 NE 5th Ave after 6 P.M Body Shop The Lowest-Priced American-Built car.

87 Automobiles Wanter 611 SW 3rd St. Motor Co. for S
Delivered at Ridgway With \iw
Wanted 1950 thrv 19S4. Fords FR 2-0538
and Chevrolets. W 5.E. 4ttlSt.
.. AI Herndon Service Station. only: 1 Full Year G.W.Warranty ;I \


II I Trade-in Allowance I 63 CADILLAC .

LOW $ I Possible Terms. I Sedan De Ville. Factory air. Fully equipped. Less than
I AS 175 Down If 1 Easiest 6800.16,000 miles. In factory' warranty. List new about I

Was $5295 NOW $4995
Your New Rambler is
Per Month Including tax, title,

.5633 life Insurance financing charges. Waiting for You at: 62 CADILLACFleetwood I

sedan. Factory air. Local one owner car.
NO GIMMICKS Can be bought at these Low THE PARADE IS ON !
terms! 2-dozea in stock to choose from. g$4295.boutN OW
PontiacGMC Ridgway Motors Was $3995 !i ii


220 N.W. 8th Ave.Truck Center FR 2-3582 I 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 ,I Sedan De Ville ,.Factory air. Beautiful White. Outstanding BUSINESS IS BEING DONE!

II!.: car.Was.

'-. _- __. .. L .. $3995 NOW $3795
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Sedan. Factory air electric: windows & seat.

*! II "* II Was $3895 NOW $3595 '55 CHEVROLET '56 CHRYSLER 56 PONTIAC

500 CAR 500 Bel Air 4-door. This Is a very 4 door sedan. This car must 4 door hardtop. This car has
61 CADILLACConvertible. good car and It Is very clean. be seen to be appreciated. It very good tires and will
_VA The car Is equipped with "I" has the original black and make good transportation. It
Factory air. White with genuine black leather cylinder engine. automatic white finish and original In Is equipped with Vauto-
trans.. radio & heater. It hasa terior. matic. power steering radio
seats. List new about $6500.
green and Ivory finish and and heater.
Was $3195 NOW $2995 very good tires. Bargain in
I transportation. $595


De Ville. Factory air, electric windows & seat. Impale Coupe. The car Is '56 PONTIAC
57 PLYMOUTH equipped with factory air
Was $3095 NOW $2995 I conditioning power steering > door hardtop. The car Is In
radio. heater and a new Mt
2 condition and Is
Savoy door hardtop. Sharp. good equipped
I j Red and Ivory with white of white well tires. The with Vow engine auto.matic
60 CADILLACSedan A well tires. Equipped with V-l color Is turquoise and the transmission radio and
engine automatic and heater. Interior Is matching. heater.
De Ville. Factory air. Low mileage. One of the i
nicest pre-owned cars in town. : $595 $2395 $295

Was $2795 NOW $2595 I '62 FORD

I 60 CADILLACHardtop Felrtane 300 Sports coupe. 58 THUNDERBIRD
Impale 4 door.hardtop. Beautiful This Is a one owner car
that has 24.000 Is 2 door hardtop. This Is one
.:-: red finish with matchIng miles end
sedan. Olympic white Interior and white walls. In like new condition. It Is of the cleencst cars you will
We intend t.o. sell 500 cars and trucks in our April-May Chevrolet Sales $1995 t! The car Is equipped with V.. quipped! with red and white see. It has the original paint
: engine automatic power leather bucket seats. V-t and the Interior Is very clean.
A I steering radio 81 heater. This engine radio heater and It Is equipped with automatic
: Fair '84 10 days during April and May. car has low mileage and Is white wall tires. Don't miss power steering power br.kes.
or, every 59 CADILLACHardtop clean as new. seeing this one. radio and heater.

/ CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION "tBlM3blkWMMUt sedan. Factory air Electric windows & seat.
VOLUME is the HOTOtt COVeUMM "Hm Sold Ct serviced by B & G. Outstanding automobile. $2795R. $1795 $1295
onion ity CturroUt Co
acv to 151$ t Mala Strut I $1995
we see for less! --- CtiMivUU, Florid I .?


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Hardtop sedan. Factory :air. Beautiful white over light
CHWOUTviweit ;,

-__ $1295 Y
i MNiixatnc 1',2681 f ATUMTJL .IM61A.example .
MAHUfACY f.....cal 'Ee'S..L SUGGESTED SuppNN1. DMIorDek BETAL Pia,IINIucIn a 1Wdlfea.nauew..I Che STICKERS SLASHED 3170 00 Y
JIMS _t.p11.a.. n Waoa. ....on Optiwift end sedan. Factory air. Fully equipped. Quality
Nw veh J..
A i.'s.....11e a"e by Pa Wwleow built for service & P
U IS comfort.NOW Sf L
v&ttsilver Blue
Every new car and truck In stock Blue. Trim 37 70 $895

.is cut and plainly I marked for TUtad padded OUtt Instrument TtMl 11 17 30 2S 63 01DSMOBILE
2 Spd viper \lubeI'
this sale I *. S...on- Air Coed 363 70VaQua
Power Brtke 113 OS f 98 hardtop coupe. Beautiful white & blue. Factory air.
250 HP Turbofire InfToverglld 94 170 electric windows & seats. Very sharp. List new about : A. "Friendly Leon "LL W. A. "UttU
Trans 1)9 10 $5200. Bob" Adams Stanley Billy" Tuten

: gal Tower OOxMKb TrUi Stterlnc des-8 owe is Se $3695 '60 CHEVROLET '59 CHEVROLET '61 FORD

63 O.LDSMOBILE Blscayne 4 door sedan. A Impale 4 door hardtop. This Galaxle 2 door. This car Is
very clean car that Is in car has 44.000 miles and Is solid black with black and
98 htop sedan. Factory air. fully equ:pped. ENJOY your very good mechanical condi- in perfect condition. The car white Interior. Also It Is equipped
345 HP, electric windows. Set of brand new tires. tion. The color Is whit and Is fully equipped with air with V-S engine radio..
the equipment Is a"'" cylinder conditioning power steering. heater and automatic trans
radio. heater power brakes radio heater mission.
$2995 engine.
,Y,.N..N.a1.e ..t...,.1.u. M.M LINI loco-U.-M NNNI 1oesrwArxxc standard shift. end white walls. This car Is
': original Inside and out.
I FEDERAL PRICE e 107 00 $1495
-Hxi.d..:*r Inmlltd. wNant W--- $1095
4 4766 10 $1395
AMOUNT | 98 hardtop sedan, factory air, fully equipped. I '
""t U1,"e"' ..eMtal.OW TM'Idl e.1 IH ."..:::..=. .:.r la.ee.tfreroc ue..j I 63 THUNDERBIRD!
Plus highest trade .nu o 1 w..w. .stet{caN .Iq ry.. .T le a ENJOY your summer trip in comfort. '
.WIh.Mlll_". _os."."Ne.Mq......N M tie M-.Y"11.H-GO-aIWTq.W NUIYa M Tu UoO"-NNI Yl1.aN M 1h..L,1-..I.1wM. ... '53 FORD 64 CORVETTECoupe
Was $2895 Convertible. Beautiful white
allowance on your car. NOW $2795 I (Sting Ray) loaded. with tan leether Interior fully
-- '- --- Galaxle XL. 4 door. hardtop. sold for $6000. New. equippedwith equipped Including factory air
AS' LOW AS AS LOW AS 60 OLDS convertible. There's nothing like a Maroon leather bucket and white seats.with The black car steering.air power conditioning.brake, power power brand conditioning.new white The wells.tires Sold are

I [convertible . . . . . $1595 is equipped with cruise windows radio heater and new for S6000.
A.ME I. jnatic radio heater power many other accessories. Also
-- $195 1 $3999 61 OLDS Super 88 htop sedan.. liQht green new steering set of power white brakes wall tires.and the car has only 1200 miles. $3995

8 11 p.Daily | with like new interior. WAS $1995 . !

Now through April 15 DOWN PER. MO. 1 . . . . . . NOW $1895 I $2895 $5295 '62 BUICKLa

I With Vi Down 59 OLDS, Super 88 hardtop sedan. Factory I '62 CHEVROLET

i air electric windows & seat. Sparkling new i Sabre 4 door hardtop. This
FALCON fmpele' 2 door hardtop. This car Is like new and Is ear
: NO PAYMENTS NO PAYMENTS white & blue paint. Immaculate:: interior 63 car Is very sharp end has a ipped with automatic power

TIL SEPT. 64 I TIL SEPT. 65 I . . . . . . . $1195 2 door sedan. This Is a clean white terior. paint Also K|Job Is equipped with red with In and steering heater.power The brakes Interior radio Is
WITH !V4 DOWN WITH V4 DOWNGAINESVILLE'S I car that has low; mileageand automatic power steering. like new.
the in the BLACK DERBYS! 58 OLDS 98 convertible. Beautiful lines "1
See men I heater. The paint and Interior power brakes, radio and heat

. . . . . . . $695 Is original. ere $2395

58 OLDS 88 sedan. Air conditioner $.s jsI $1695

1 00 USED CARS I 57 OLDS station Very nice i condition $2195 '64 PONTIAC

LARGEST I :. g.o.n:. $595 '62 OLDSMOBILE
'62 CHEVROLET BonncvUle 2 door hardtop.
VOLUME DEALER i 57 OLDS 88 sedcn. Factory air . $395 Starfire 2 door hardtop. This Show room condition and
car Is in beautiful conditionand
equipped with power steering
'- 56 OLDS sedan. air $295 Impale 4 door sedan. Silver has leather bucket seats power brakes. automatic trans-
htop Factory blue with white walls and with automatic,
I and equipped minion radio beater and
75% matching blue Interior makes .
CUT UP TO 63 BUICK Electra 225 hardtop sedan. Fac- this a very sharp car.,It has radio. power heater brakes power and steerIng white beautiful white wan car.tires.you nwst This come Is a
air. Beautiful lines. Top factory air conditioning power walls. The color Is a beautiful
tory Fully equipped. I steering. radio. heater and see and drive this one. Only
the Inter-
\ Buick quality . . . . $3595 white welts. lor is maroon matching and In color. &000 m es. Save 400.)

a ; ONE DOZEN SAMPLES i 59 BUICK, htop coupe air conditioning. Light $2195 $4195

blue . . . . . . $1195 $2695
'64 FORD $1178 62 MERC $1878 60 CHEVROLET. Bel Air sedan. V-8. -
Pickup. Like new. yellow S. white Monterey. 4-dr. sedan. V-*. auto..
z ,1. .62_FORD - $2278- -- ps. pb air cond.. R & H. I power steering. Clean . . . $1295 3 Reasons To Buy At Gainesville Auto Sales

Convertible. v.... Auto. ps. like new. 61 CORVAIR $978 60 CHEVROLET, station wagon. Standard
._ Light green standard trans.- R & H shift 6 cylinder. Was $1295 . . i ,
62 CHEV $2578
Low down
1. payment
Convertible SS. full power It air 63 FORD $2078 . . . . . . NOW $1195 or no ;ttT. ...
_ cond. like new. Fairlane 500 hardtop standard
t:, -- trans* R & H. like new. 61 CORVAIR, sedan. Radio i heater, auto 2. Lowest monthly payments

62 CORVAIR $1678 II $2778 trans_ _ _ _ _ _ $1095 1I I
trans.Beige with R, & red H. Interior Standard .4 tutone 64 dr.CHEY sedaiv 4400 m V.Iles.... auto.. R H. I j 60 CORVAIR. sedan. Standard shift $695 3. Save $200. to $600 on the total priceGAINESVillE I Ii i

62 BUICK $2178 sedan. V8.
59 CHEVROLET. Impala hardtop
Special convertible. V4. auto. R &
Hops. power steering. Was $1095 NOW $995 AUTO SALES

62 CHEV $2078 63 FALCON station wagon. Radio heater.
Bncayne. V.., auto. R & H, Ire I Stick shift. Good economy WAS $1895NOW .

with red Interior. . . . . . $1795
N 60 ton CHEV pickup standard trans$1178, 4 61 FORD Golaxie htop sedan. Factory air. OPEN 'T1L 9 Across from the Shopping Center

cyL clean. Power steering . . a NOW $1295 'I"

Latham Davis Jr. 62 VOLVO $1478 61 FORD, station wagon. V8. Clean $1495
i Solid black extra dean 4-speed.

'{ Ra.H. 58 LINCOLN Capri htop coupe $795Co3


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CARS: 115 S.E. 2nd Street

Main Sf. ot 16th Ave. FR 6.7581 NEW CARS FR 6.7584 USED CARS II 1 USED CARS: 2001 N.W. 13th St. -WE- -SELL--- TO SELL AGAIN PHONE 372-6313



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Four All-New, Completely Furnished HomesIn :;J ; -= .
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Court Manor by Ih.k patrick & PiersonYou'll

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marvel at the beauty and space in these newest homes at Highland Court Manor. .
s ..Y. L:9t Everything is new a new section of Gainesville's quality suburban development and .. t
brand: new floor plans and exteriors on the homes that give you more for your money. J"1 ;- -
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I Bon't fail to see these beautifully furnished models today. Featured are three and four- St .. '
bedroom plans several with spacious family rooms and patios for Florida living. Severalare I tV
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The Marlboro : styled in the colonial fashion with attractive brick fronts several are contemporary.And .,- .,

1377 square feet enclosed space. The most .- \ of course they all feature central heating units adaptable to central air conditioningat
versatile of our new homes. Features large your option and built-in oven and range units by Tappan. You're cordially invited to .
screened porch and interior living arrangement o 'r ..:; : bring your family and visit us today.
: which can make the 4th bedroom or _
dining room or even an :;is ',:""' 49*!.;; i : ;4-.01..
extension of the living :::-3 ." 11i.. n.tt
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room if desired. Two ..., .- i ": -' >; -";"
full baths and convenient tisw ,. .
walk-thru storage c-.u i'' u--- .,
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