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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 13, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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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.
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a H OW- D 1'/ '. ; the. Boom in EducationVI.

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They i ... TALLAHASSEE (AP) The universities and junior colleges to meet the existing enrollment planning to completely review ed that I have in the past actively -
; t*C'f \ f t question of what to do about in areas where the need can be impact. The charge led to an and revise the educational evidenced a deep personal in-

providing higher education for shown. Some promised to ,con- immediate denial by member program of Florida and the tax terest in education at all levels ;

Stand Florida's booming college-aged sider new tax sources to help of the University Board .of Control and my program clearly
structure it. We
population expected to hit pay for construction and opera- -_ supporting are illustrates that this concern will ,
.., yearSwill be tion of the going to need many more junior be
# 100,000 in six one expanded system. Here are the positions of the abiding.
of the the nextgovernors colleges and the expansion of
(Editor's Note: The six Democratic and three Re- key issues administration.facing Some candidates urged improved candidates on the question of our existing four-year universi- Mayor Robert King High of I

publican candidates for governor of Florida responded quality of current uni- what to do about higher educa- ties." He said he would advocate Miami : "I am in favor of locating

to an Associated Press request for their positions Although the question has not versities and junior colleges be- tion: ..a program to meet the challenge junior colleges and four-

on several major issues facing the next administra been considered a major issueof fore building more institutions. Democrats: ,_ : even if it meant consideration of year universities in areas where

<". tion. Each issue and the candidates' views will be dis- the campaign, most of the Mayor Haydon Burns,of Jack- Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville --, new tax sources. the people are and where they
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cussed in separate dispatches. Today's installment candidates have announced their sonville charged that : Estimated increases Former Sen. Fred 0. (Bud) can serve the greatest number.

discusses higher education.) positions on the issue. ties were-"maintaining universiarti more than 100,000 students by Dickinson of West Palm Beach: Florida's colleges and universlSee -

Most promised to locate moreCourt ficial washout rate of 34 per cent 1970 call ,for "bold yet sound "My record amply demonstrat: ( PLATFORM on Page 2))



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: 88th Year, No. 241] GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIU3, J964Earthquake .
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';.; HOUSTON, Tex (AP) -JIaj. Virgil I. Grissom and Lt. Opening

Cmdr. John \V. Young were selected today ,as ,the astro- Rocks
nuats who, will pilot the nation's first two-man space I
t 'nauts who will pilot the nation's first two-man space

( The back-Up crew for the first manned flight of Project

.\ Gemini will be Cmdr. Walter M.
1 :Y ..cs wr ini will be Cmdr. Walter M.

Schirra Jr. and Capt ThomasP. 2 Balkan Nations ;'
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Gemini is the intermediate

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( the four men selected today 9J ,Tornadoes Smash .
at the Manned
Spacecraft (
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i astronauts, only Schirra has
made an orbital flight. f i i Midwest 1 Dead

Grissom made a suborbital 4 Yugoslavia | ; V

flight of 142.1 miles downrange .c I
( from Cape Kennedy Sept. 13, '". bSS. ," BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, KANSAS CITY, :Mo. (AP) Dazed survivors picked V
1961, and Schirra followed witha r- w (AP-An earthquake struck a through the rubble of homes and business buildings todayin

six-orbit mission Oct. 3, 1962. wide region of northern Yugoslavia the wake of tornadoes that slashed through eastern.;
i._ Young and Stafford, former and part of southern Kansas, western Missouri and southwestern Iowa. ,

GRISSOM test pilots, became astronaut Hungary today, killing at least Six persons were killed and at least 50 were injured.Most .
and 100
one injuring more than
trainees Sept. 17, 1962. tfi of the twisters snakedout
Panic spread in the
persons.
Since the completion of the of thunderstorms that could
two neighboring countries and Nikita Vows "
Viet Nam one-man Mercury flights last : be seen for miles in the late ;..
damage appeared widespread.
year, Grissom has held a pri- iriiY,9 afternoon otherwise the toll .

mary assignment as coordinator Downtown buildings swayedand could have been greater. Red Bloc ': ;
CasualtiesMounting of Gemini affairs with other some cracked in downtown Two lines of the storms

members of the astronaut Belgrade, where thousands fled bracketed Kansas City-one to 3

team that now totals 29 pilots. into the streets on a warm, sun- the northwest, the other south Equality

Schirra, now 41, is the oldestof ny morning. Schools and many east-and rolled rapidly to the
the factories and offices closed.The northeast.The .
original seven Mercury
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Sfpui flcrk Sl tmrii
7 Budapest radio said the Hung
SAIGON, South Viet Nam astronauts now that Lt. Col. dead were: r
arian capital also was shaken. By HENRY TANNER
(AP) ,A weekend of fierce John Glenn has resigned from Mrs. Jack L. Wilson, 24, In-
fighting left one American sol- the program. Glenn is 42. a The first death was reportednear dependence, Kan.; Warren Ken- MOSCOW Premier Khrushchev } .,

dier dead and 11 injured Schirra, while concentratingon the epicenter of the quake yan Sr., 43, Neosho, Mo., and Sunday pledged the Soviet II
others ,
Uni
i ion
u.s. military authorities the Gemini fpjSJgram, has nx. M R about 125 miles west of Bel his wife, Ella, all killed near to a policy of strict respect
reported
Y w for the equality of all the
today.More than 100 South been a coordinator of opera- grade. A 13-year-old girl was Garnett, Kan.
b the Communist'
Vietnamese' casualties were re- tions and training. A score of lawyers was on hand for the opening of killed as staircase collapsed at Charles Hedger, 13, killed in m em er s of
whether
ported.A Young has specialized on the Circuit Court this morning including William Burwellleft a school at Djakovo. a barn near Pleasant Grove, small.community, large or. !

f design and development of environmental ( ) and John Harris. A heavy docket including six Reports reaching Belgradesaid Mo.:

crew member of a U.S. control: systems, murder cases and one rape case are scheduled for the more than 100 persons were Victor Kerns, 50, killed near He charged that Chinese Com
Army H21 helicopter was killed survival gear, pressure suits, spring term. Judge George Patton is presiding. injured in the quake area, 'his home northwest of Lee- munist leaders by contrast,
claimed a "special role" in the
Communist Sun-
by
groundfire couches and other
personal stretching westward from Belgrade ton, Mo.Flora .
while it' South movement and sought to impose
day was carrying
Stafford
equipment. has
spe- and north to the
Hungarian -
Eichhorst 90 killed in
,
their will on the other Com-
Vietnamese bat
troops during a
tle in Chuong Thien Province, cialized on communications and range inte, instrumentation Pick Grand Jury border.panic Budapest in southern Radio Hung-reported her home at Yorktown, Iowa. munist countries and parties as

near the southern tip of VietNam gration. but made mention of One, twister sucked up .a line former Soviet leader Joseph
140 miles from -Saigon. ary no of traffic on U.S. 59 five miles Stalin had done.Khrushchev' .
The flight will be the first casualties.
south of Garnett and hurled a
made his statement
The soldier' was the 131st American: manned effort since For Vote InquiryBy According to reports filteringin 50,000-pound truck, a pickup in a radio and television-

American killed in combat in Maj. Gordon Cooper orbited the from the area, damage was truck and six cars in all direc- report to the Soviet nation. Its V
Viet Nam. Seven other U.S. earth 22 times in a Mercury serious in the close to the ,
n region tions, killing the Kenyans and subject his 10 visit to
t two officers capsule May 15, 1963. HAROLD RUMMEL said the probe of alleged ,vot, was day
i ;Army men, including center of the quake. Mrs., Wilson and injuring eight Hungary. He returned to Mos
.' -' were wounded in the bat- The Gemini program is a Son Staff WriterAn ing registration irregularitieswill Among the hardest hit were other persons. cow Saturday night.
bridge between Mercury and the start when the
capital cases
:.tie. all male grand jury was Szekszard, a Hungarian wine "It felt like the truck was Wearing dark suit white
a ,
\ : Apollo moon landing project. It are d i s p o s ed of, probably by
chosen in Circuit Court this and agricultural center 80 miles lifted off the said
if. Vietnamese forces suffered was announced Dec: 17, 1961, as Wednesday. up highway, shirt and conservative tie, the
about 100 killed, wounded and a plan to extend the Mercury morning probe the operationof southwest of Budapest, and Sal- Stephen A. Miller, 29, of St. Joseph premier read his prepared text
t missing in the day-long battle. program with the developmentof the office of Mrs. Alma Be- State Attorney T. E. (Ted) vonski Brod, a rail and farming Mo., who was hauling carefully and wi t h deliberate

Thirty Viet Cong bodies were a two-man spacecraft. thea, super visor of registra- Duncan while Futch is sitting with the j u r y center 125 miles west of Bel- 25,000 pounds of meat to Dallas. solemnity. His tone was moderate -
handles
counted, and many more were tion.The the routine grade. The pickup truck was flung a and completely free of the
,believed to have been carried 18 men are expected to business at the opening of the Radio Budapest said many quarter-mile. The driver, Chris- pyrotechniques of most of I his

off. be in closed session at least spring term of court here. buildings were damaged at topher Lewis, 54, Parsons, Kan., improvised speeches.He .
\ WHERETO throughout this week. Arraignments of some 70 per- Szekszard, and Communist par- su/Jered a knee injury. was seen and heard simultaneously
American authorities said sons began this morning before ty headquarters was severely viewers in 16 other -
killed Grand jury sessions are closed Right behind Miller's truck, by
numerous Viet Cong were law. Judge George L. Patten. damaged and its occupants escaped the hurled 600 European countries including
by Kenyan car was
and 17 government troops were FIND IT No sentences had been
\ wounded in another fight 60 Assistant State Attorney Mack noon. passedby in panic. It made no men feet to one side. Another landed all the Communist countries of
Futch told The Sun that the jury tion of casualties. 600 feet on the other side of the Eastern Europe, with the excep-
miles north of Chunog Thein, inKier Comics . Much of the morning was
0 .. 7 probably would be occupied to Thirty persons were injured, road. The cars were smashed tion of Rumania and Albania.
Phong Province. Classified taken with choosing the jury
10-13 up
f ) day and tomorrow with consid- two seriously, in Slavonski into twisted bits of metal.A There was no official explanation -
Entertainment and by Judge Patten's instructions
0 10Obituaries
.
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\ Viet Cong groundfire wounded eration of seven capital of- _Brod, reports reaching Belgradesaid. tornado roared over Leav- of why Rumania, which
to the 18-man of
. 2 panel >
i \\\a U.S. Marine aboard fenses.' These accounts did not detail enworth, Kan., not quite touch- has been playing the role of a
s Opinion Page . 4 judges.
b an H34 troop-carrying helicopter A person charged with a capital the damage but said destruction ing down, but close enough to mediator in the Sin o Soviet
The first 18 called
Sports . . 8,9Women's men were
\ t ih fighting 500 miles north offense must be indicted bya was worst in villages damage about 75 homes, smash conflict, did not receive the tele,
'J ; 5 6 accepted and sworn to the jury.
J f of Saigon, near :the north Viet ? grand jury, under Florida law, north of the city. Many houses windows in the business district cast. Albania is an ally of the

'Nain '\\border, on, Saturday. before he can be tried. FutchA (See JURY on Page 2)) j (See QUAKE on Page ) ( ( ),i'f' ,

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ti By MARTIN and MARCIA ABRAMSON ,/(/ .

" fo At virtually every campus we visited in our study of college : -

morals, deans and guidance counselors admitted that there is much -:

thp -' # more premarital sex being practiced today by college students \

; 3.< aY yaw ...y.Ab 7 than there was 20 or even 10 years ago. They gave these reasons: : ;' '.
: r v r. y ..J..51"rAl, "''j' i; r-hJ;,.,,,,, ,"h_ ,If"" ;'v. '"' ;' ;'
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''of 1. :Morals have become looser in our entire society and religious

( influences have diminished considerably. drives turn to "nice girls" on campus who are now ready to em-
rd.h3': 2. College-age students are bombarded today by an omnipresentarmy brace the single standard.

'hal J of erotic stimuli. Many of the avant-garde movies favored by 4. So many of today's college students have been given cars that .

fu' the college set treat immorality with sophisticated approval. Books you can't stop all misbehavior no matter how strict your regulations .
which dwell best-sellers and, there- Both the modern and the a&
1! endlessly on sex are runaway are at the university proper. car
'..t'ea .ew tF fore, are considered "must reading" on campus.A too-convenient modern motels are available as off-campus boils
case in point is the new :Mary McCarthy novel, "The Group," for those students who want to respond to, as they put it, the call
) which clinically details the peccadillos of a group of Vassar grad- of Freud and Kinsey.
uates. :Magazines that.showed girls clad in their undies were con- College officials we spoke to felt that any objective analysis of

!!' t sidered too lewd to be sold in public years ago but now there are campus morals must take two vital points into consideration. .'

1Jf magazines on sale at all stands around the colleges that have naked One is that there are still thousands upon thousands of girls wio ..
'i eel covers literally busting out of their pages. Near-nakedness on go away to college and avoid sex involvements despite ail :
covers is also considered to be an almost essential selling point temptations to succumb. These are girls whose parents doo't practice

tjrol for paperback books. permissiveness, and who come to the university endowed with
3. College students drink much more than they used to, and many strong moral and religious beliefs.

_s sexual adventures stem from off-campus drinking parties. The stu The second point is that even among those co-eds who do have

ntf 1 dents' drinking habits say college administrators, only mirror the premarital relations, very few go "sleeping around. Students we
V pattern set for them by their parents back home. spoke to both on and off the record agreed with the college officials i,
f V.'V 4. In the days when ,a strict double standard was maintained on about this. The campus couples who are having affairs, they say

campuses, male students understood that nice girls "didn't," and are young people in love. Their love justifies premarital retetteas,"
-.. -= that they were to get their sex only] from prostitutes or from town they tell you.
girls of easy virtue. But today the "red light" districts have vir- The expression "in love," however, can run a wide gamut To
photographer catches the magic of a young college couple In love and engaged tually disappeared from college towns and prostitutes ,have grad college guidance counselors, those in love are all planning to marry.

( Ibe married. For them, love means-respect far the traditional moral code; for others it uated into call girls who deal ,only with businessmen on ,expense To many students it means that, too; but :o others it means those -

Ry means sexual intimacies and tragedy. accounts. Thus, college men looking for an outlet for their sex (See CAMPUS SEX on Page I})

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J: Weather Roundup ( I ,GOP Delegate S!I 'Safety Given 1,500 Check eb ttiar e's




Hits Hard At. A List Is GrowingWASHINGTON EDWIN NOBLES in-law, Mrs. Kate Boyd, Miami.
HereAn 1 Pallbearers are Henry Mc-
Road Cars Services for Edwin Nobles, Call, H. U. Bevis, W. G. BoltinJr. I

: Board. AP The dated 43, 2159 NW 29th Ave., will be ., John Stanley, W. T. Jones
.. ( ) Press they were uncommitted -
estimated I 1,500 autos Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the and Walter Carr. '
tempo of delegate selection for or they.made no replies. f'#
were safety checked during the Williams-Thomas chapel.
Ifey THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Sen. John Mathews kicked off B, C, D-Partly cloudy the Republican National Con- Three states complete their Jaycees annual safety check He died last night at Alachua MRS. J. T. CROSS
: : through Tuesday with widely vention is speeding up. Thirty- selection delegates to the Re- and GREENSBORO, N.C.-Service
drive here Friday Saturday. General He
Hospital. was a
-a'fresh week of for
campaigning scattered showers or S four were chosen over the week publican convention at state 77 who
tonight About 300 didn't qualify for Gainesville native and lived for Mrs. J. T. Cross, ,
governor today by slamming the 65. '4 end and at least 73 will be conclaves Saturday Arizona I be'
Tuesday. Low tonight High died will tomorrowat
StaU Road Board which be said I the windshield seal of safety. here all his life. : Sunday, "
1wIndslOto2Omilesanbour. this week. Kansas and Louisiana.
'r Tuesday SI Southeasterly picked : 11 a.m.
But 100 of them had their cars
:WaS playing a perpetual confitjence Goldwater is expected to win Survivors include his widow, '
.' E of Arizona fixed and returned to the She was the mother of .Mrs. g i
pass
, game with the counties. Sen. Barry Goldwater Arizona's 16 votes. He alreadyhas Doris Bennett Nobles; a daughter -
'::' :. Mathews said the board memH Scattered showers and thundershowers who now has 109 firstballot 16 Louisiana district dele- inspection and get their safety Mrs. Edwina Wigglesworth; Polly C. McCachren: of Gaines- f
i >ers, representing districts set through tonight becoming\ votes in eight states, and sticker, Jaycees said. three Roger Bruce and ville.
t :, : partly cloudy Tuesday. Law tonight U gates and the four at-large dele sons. i STORZ I
Icet in 1929, were "kings in to 46. High Tuesday 70 to 7S. Sen. Margaret Chase Smith of Bing, all of Gainesville two TODD
up : gates to be named Saturday The biggest defect was burn- ; MIAMI BEACH APTodd
'
ii .;I :'the their! own domains, appeasing Tuesday.E. f. H.Low I-tonight Partly M.cloudy High through Tuesday ii :: 1 Maine will test Illinois their popularity nay be instructed to vote for ed out lights. brothers, Erwin, Gainesville,I I Storz, 39-year-old owner of the i
E' counties and stalling them M to M. Southeasterly winds 10 In Tuesday's presidential -him, too. Others included defective and Oscar, Jacksonville; and died
Co.
\vith promises that their desired to 20 miles an heur.G. preference primary. four sisters, Mrs. Roxie Taylor Storz Broadcasting ,
: In Kansas Gov. John Anderson
horns bad windshield Miami
wipers, at his home in
I J projects are in the budget J, K-Partly cloudy through Tues Their names are the only Jr. has been battling for an and Mrs. Alma Hinson Gaines-I,today \
bad brakes and faulty exhaust believed due
> Beach. Death
Tuesday
day. Low tonight 70 to 75. High was
.". _. "That doesn't mean a thing,1he M to U. East and southeast '., ones printed in the preferencespot uncommitted delegation. So far vile; Mrs. Helen Marshall,:
r said. "The budget is just a winds 10 to 20 miles an' hour. -S on the Republican ballots. six district delegates in- systems. Jacksonville and Mrs. Lois i i to a cerebral hemorrhage.Storz .
are
'f :bIg wish book." About one third of the cars I Roberts, Chicago.The II III a native of Omaha,
Results are not binding on structed favorable to Gold-
GAINESVILLE WEATHER or
checked had safety belts when Nebr., headed the broadcastingfirm
'. ::: Mathews, campaigning in his for delegates to the national con- water, nine are uncommitted.Five .i family requests that contributions -
readings
ALMANAC, Municipal Airport they went through the check which operated stations
home
city of Jacksonville, delegates '
vention. Forty-eight district more will be chosen Satur- be sent to the Heart
24 hours to 2 a.m. today: High I lanes. Another 150 seat I in Miami WDGY Min
bought WQAM ,
':55
pledged to modernize the system Sunset today p.m. ;
: will be chosen Tuesday, Association instead of flowers.
day to round out Kansas' 20-(
i Sunrise tomorrow *:N ajn. 82 at 4 p.m., low 58 at 4a.m.No belts from the Jaycees.The Minn. WHB, Kansas
-if elected governor. Moonset tonight 1:26 p.m. rain. with, 10 at-large delegates to be vote delegation.On Members of the Moose lodge neapolis, ;
Fred Karl of Beach First Quarter April II safety checks were madein City; KXOK, St Louis, Mo.;
Daytona -
The planet. Mercury. well$ north of picked in the Illinois Republican the Democratic side this will conduct graveside services.
toured Miami Sunday and told the Moon this evening now moves TEMPERATURES. ELSEWHERE state convention next week are a convention in North three safety check lanes at KOMA, Oklahoma City, Okla.;
audiences that( if elected he good nearer appearance the Sun. It(II will* morning make. another star) S Hish Low 'red,. month.Of S Dakota beginning today and the the Gainesville Shopping Center, BERTHA BOYD and WTIX. New Orleans, La. S
would work for complete constitutional In September. Jacksonville! 71 M J. M. Fields. and downtown The radio executive startedhis
Miami 7? 7* the 78 persons running for Illinois primary. Services for Miss Bertha
revision annual CEDAR KEY TIDES Tam,. M MAtUnt Jaycees operated the lanes under in
legisla- 47 55 .U the Illinois GOP delegate posts, North Dakota has 15 votes at' Boyd, 79, 314 N. Waldo Rd., will career as an announcing
live sessions and home rule forit Tuesday High at 3 a.m. and 2:2S New Orleans .19 73 .05 34 favor Goldwater, 3 are for the Democratic Convention. Illinois the direction of project Jones-Johnson chapel. Hutchinson, Kan. He bought his
Low at l:3f am. and ':2S pjn. Boston 41 M -
p.m. chairman Kalter and
municipal Roger
: least five areas. New York 57 43 former Vice President RichardM. has 114, of whom 48 will. She died Saturday afternoonat first station, KOWH in Omaha,
.:' Karl also called for a lieutenant Washington 72 53 with the aid of mechanics fur- Nebr. in 1M9. His latest addi.
MARINE FORECAST Chicago u 12 .11 Nixon and one is for Gov. be chosen in Tuesday's pri Alachua General Hospital
governor for: the state, .sayjtag ""CAST GULF: Southeasterly winds Kansas Denver City 51 M 45 31 -- Nelson A. Rockefller of New mary. Most are expected to support nished Dealers from Association.the Automobile after a brief illness. Miss Boyd Lion was WQAM, in August, 1956.
it was necessary to prevent 12 to'tt. knots. partly cloudy throughTuesday. Ft. Worth 17 45 .30 York. The rest told The Asso- President Johnson. had lived here for 60 years. Storz was a veteran of four
Scattered showers north Los Ang lts 73 33 -
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political chaos if
a governor portion tonight' or Tuesday. Seattle 53 43 M Rev. Nelson Wade of Centenary -years World War II experience
:died in office. : *c More AboutQuake Methodist Church will!with the U. S. Army Signal

-*He said home rule was needed Five-Day Forecast f S officiate with burial in Evergreen Corps in the Europen Theater. lAt

In the Tampa St. Petersburg Cemetery. the time of his death, he 1

pea, Daytona Beach, 'Orlando, Temperatures through Saturdayare I Tallahassee to 66 at Miami and Survivors include two was a member of the Navy'sbroadcasting .
:Jacksonville and EscamblaSounty. to 72 at Key West. Some scattered telecasting ad- ,
expected to.average one nephews, Wilbur of Miami and

four degrees above normal. Nor.. showers are expected, mainlyover From Page 1 Norman, Key West, and a sister- visory board. I !
-Scott Kelly, speaking at his I northern sections. Precipitation : -----
Borne in Lakeland, pledged that!mal highs range from 79 to 84. will average about an --
Our Gracious Host
if voters elected him governor I Normal lows range from 56 at inch. were left uninhabitable in these Presents TONIGHT'S DINNER SPECIAL

]ie would exercise aU'powers to villages.

tiring about the resumption pf Several persons were injured
Goulash
Bible reading and prayer inJxiblic fleeing from buildings in the in- Hungarian

schools. NAACP Okays _dustrial town of Borovo, near NOODLE 58 :
"I Kelly planned to campaign in the Danube, about 135 miles BUTTERED EGG

Orange County today. northwest of Belgrade. A num-

.. Robert King High, mayor oMiami ber of houses were damaged TOMORROW'S Complete Luncheon

was in the Tampa Bay Pro-High ReportMIAMI there.. Several houses were reported I s VALUE IN GAINESVILLE
rea Sunday and told voters destroyed at Baka Topo-i BIGGEST 11

that large contributions receIved !ia, 35 miles north of Belgrade. Braised

ly some candidates tied them'to' (AP) -State NAACP ution from endorsing candi! Several chimneys fell and some 1"; L' BEEF

special interests. leaders have approved a report: > dates.In old houses were damaged in I

"The people of Florida do not praising gubernatorial candidate listing all Democratic can-I Sremska Mitrovica! in the Yugoslav Creamy Cole58c .
deserve a governor wearing a didates for governor, the report north. SlawWhipped
Robert
collar of coins and led on a King High and con- gave High the most praise. .

leash of gold," High said. "This demning Sen. Spessard Holland High, the report said, "has the S5 S 2- SL Tossed Salad _ _ ,
leash of gold is being held by the for their respective positions best record on civil rights. He Hot Roll & Butter F Spanish. OnlOlll Served I

Ed Balls, the Umber tycoons, on civil rights. has said he will endorce civil *, __iI S Hot Coffee or L!... WITS Yeu, Salad ,
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and the
the phospate potentates" The report was scheduled for rights legislation if it becomes: New Quake Your Second Cup of Coffee or
pulpwood princes. distribution to the state's 57 law." Outstanding Tea Is AlwoysFREECAFETERIA
High promised that if elected; NAACP chapters by the organI!
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governor he would push for ration's executive committee Of Holland, the report said he Howard Wallace Jr. (left), 11th grader at Gainesville Jolts AlaskaANCHORAGE 4L

economy in state government which met here Sunday. was "a 'relic: of the ante-bellum High School, was one of 10 outstanding students,
and tax reduction. south... he would participate in from Florida attending the National Youthpower

.John Mathews of Jacksonville NAACP state president Rut- the filibuster aimed at defeatingthe Congress in Chicago last weekend. Wallace is shown Quake-tom south-central, Alaska CAP-I

said he was deeply appreciative ledge Pearson said, however, civil rights bill now before here with T. L. Hodson, manager of the school and coastal communities Fr- = ______-
of the editorial endorsement of that the report is to be used for the U. .S. Senate." youth program of the Florida Citrus Commission, 1 11:30 1 a.m. to 2:05 p.m.
the- St. Petersburg Times. voter education and is not an The report concluded that who sponsored the Florida delegates to the conven- another sharp after-shock Sunday I 11I11I I Dinner; 4:30 p.m. ta; 8:05 p.m.
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"The candidate who belittlesthe endorsement or recommendation "the committee must agree that tion. Purpose of the congress was to discuss food Careers battled floods of'sea water 1212 North Main Street

power of a newspaper endorsement of candidates. our recommendation here must and nutritional habits. from high spring tides today. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER

," Mathews said, "is be that Negro voters should vote The sea, pulled into high tides Air Conditioned O Open Daily & Sunday \.
invariably the candidate who Pearson said the NAACP Is 'in protest against Mr. Holland." More About about this time each year by the O Free Parking S

fails to get that endorsement." forbidden In its national consti- Of, Holland's opponent, the report \ combined attraction of the moon Banquet FaciliTes: PHONE 376449158c

said Brailey Odham's position and sun, has been moving up SPECIALS Daily Mon. thru Sat.

. More About "is more in line with the Platform into areas which sank in the

type of programs that would disastrous earthquake of March .

bring about good race rela- 27.
From 1
I Jury. tions." Page 'The highest for April are expected .

Of other candidates for governor -ties must be raised to a level of Ken Folks of Orlando: "Lo today and Tuesday, and
From Page 1 the report said: I owners of business buildings in
: excellence equal to the best in cate universities where they are
the sunken have been
John Mathews of Jacksonville the nation the technological areas trying -
to meet -needed without' regard to political -
Judge Patten named John G. tore it The Jurisdiction of the "There is no evidence where I i requirements of the considerations." to protect them by jacking A Financing Plan for Every Need

Kitchens, 1920 SW 8th Drive, jury isn't limited to criminal Ills candidate said or did anything -'space age. Junior colleges H. B. (Bob) Foster of Fort them up or building dikes

1 foreman of the jury. matters, he said. to relieve the situation in should be administered at the' Myers Beach "1 would expectto around them.Flooding .
Dempsey Sapp, 1605 NE 16thTer. Jacksonville ... is opposed to is the big problemnow.
level. The
Patten told the jurors to make state university system consult with those men who
_ ., was appointed vicefore- a fair report based on its find civil rights bill." should be administered with' are devoting a lifetime (to the Sunday's after-shock

_ man. Scott Kelly of Lakeland-"has a minimum of political interfer-' study of the needs of higher education -didn't make much impressionon
.: Then Pat te n instructed the ings.He taken stand ,for racial segregation -ence and a maximum of aca- ) and through that means the residents of this shaken

panel.He warned against becomingthe in the past. Is opposed to demic freedom." work ,out plans. The state. The ground rocked, and
told it that it has the authority tool of "any designing civil rights bill In any form." the matter of tax income answer to bear on dishes and windows rattled, but

_ to investigate any public block.> He told the jurors to Fred 0. Dickinson of West Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia the should no one was reported hurt. The
office and call any public official keep an abosolute veil of secre- "The emphasis in Florida expense probably be
Palm Beach "Is opposed to I County: left to the voters." casualty list of the big quake
or public employe to testify cy over what transpired in some parts of civil rights bill. should not be on constructingAnd Rep. Charles Holley of Pine still stands at 114 dead or missing .

their sessions., Recently stated that he would more and more new universities, las County: "I favor quality and the damage is estimated r-

More About Other members of the jury, not have 'agitators' in Florida." for this can only result in diluting -higher education and I canno'go at $750 million.

besides Kitchens and Sapp, are: Hayd n Burns of Jacksonville"Is the quality, but on the of expansion those- along with the idea that everyone .
blamed for recent violence and improvement : -
IVifcitaFrom who e
Jr. 531 I the Florida plan. manages to get a Still FlyingWAKE
-John W. Kirkpatrick which erupted (in Jacksonville) now part of high school diploma has a rIghtto
SW 26th Place. The emphasis must be on quality. '
... until recently] steadfastly refused four years of drifting at tax. ISLAND (APJerrieMock
We will strive to have the'
Parte' I
-Leon H. Robbins, Box 354, to appoint an effective best. I shall continue my efforts -I' payer expense. We must build of Columbus, Ohio, is pre 1i I1i ':{ 1
Golf view. racial committee..did not provide character Honoluluthenext
good as well as good paring to fly to
Qhinese and has suspended relations Ellington J. McMeeking Jr., proper police protection for to provide an adequate I minds. We need expansion of stop in her bid to becomethe _

with MosOCOW! -- Box mHawthorae.: civil rkhts tickets... is opposed building program on every campus our vocational technical first woman to fly solo _iS
funds for in-
The fact that Khrushchev -Hale:Yates: 3455 NW 8th I to civil richts bill." for adequate schools." around the world.

chose to make equality within' Ave r_. NAACP leaders said the re- structing personnel the so we best can She arrived here Sunday afteran
Florida
Gordon-L." Slaughter, DOn would be amended later to bring to very 11hour flight from Guam.
the Communist bloc :theZ principal .
in the nation,
theme of his statement was Fire Station One. include candidates for the state minds in education I Rice, rubber, copra and cinnamon About 600 persons at this mid-

regarded here as.slgJ fican .. Charles B. Philpot, Box 541, attorney eeneral's nost and on for a stronger working universitiesand partner- are important crops In Pacific island greeted her as
Soviet Union is NewberrjC- Republican gubernatorial candi ship between our she stepped from her single-en
The
: making an and industriesand South Viet Nam. }
almost desperate effort to wine Robert Johnson, Box 14, dates. the people gine plane. S

( support of the largest possible -Hawthorne.W communities they serve 1 .- ----'

number of forelgiTCOtnmun- ilIla m B. Sheffield Jr., MorcAboutTwisters' and for close and harmonious betweenthe Many coral-reef fishes change

Ist parties for what Khrushchev Route 4, Box 236. working relationships to
colors
at night, presumably
called a "resolute rebuff" to the Herman H. McElroy Route universities to avoid and harmful unnec- make themselves hard to see. NEW ASSOCIATES
Communists.The 1, Newberry. essary duplication !
chinese
Tiny pigment cells expand or
said It "im -Carson M. Roberts, 2511 NE competition and to provide max
:-- premier was contract to reveal hide color.
or FAMILY
peratlve" to create a situation 10th Ter. imum services. I I Paid AdrertitinfIvRVB ) GROWTH .

I in" which the members of the John Morgan Foshee, 3915 Sen. Scott Kelly- of Lakeland;' S .' \

Communist movement could administer SW 3rd Ave. From Page 1, "Our university! system should J I
FINANCING '
PLAN
this "rebuff" to the Phillip H. Clark, 414 NW first achieve excellence to meet' "

Chinese. I 36th Ter. and uproot many trees. Seven the technical demands of the! Ho.PAVAU.A tui' .".

'He and Hungarian leaders! John Clark Soderstru, persons were injured there. space era. Once this is accom-i! % III .
for 3 of the
S
provides most
were in complete agreement on 2503 NE 10th Ter. Tobacco barns were flattenednear pUshed, we should move unit- money
this, he declared. John B. McFerrin, 415 NW Weston, Mo. diately to meet the need for additional important expenditures of young, ,',
His talks in Budapest were 23rd St. I Farther on, at Yorktown, a institutions of higher! New FREE "Better Hearing" booklet published by American families .5'

the first round of an intensive Alfred Joseph Ivie Jr., community of 146 persons in learning In the centers of POPU-! Zenith Radio Corporation explains bow help is avail- ***. .
series of consultations on this Route 4, Box 273A. southwest Iowa, a tornado killed lation." Kelly promised immediate -!! able to those who have a sensory-neural hearing loss Medical. .home furnishings .home improve.<-,
subject with Communist leaders. -John M. Rain, Box 202, Mrs. Eichhorst and injured six action to establish a four-I (sometimes called nerve deafness" If you "Hear butcan't I month. .now you can meet all your family needs .
understand words this FREE booklet
I ,
some
fob Newberry. others. may -all at once-with the Associates Family .
get Dade County.
in
:
college have the
year answer to your problem. The booklet explains I Plan.
Growth Financing Well combine all
as the need is established: how an inexpensive Zenith "Acoustic Modifier"* can be your
in other .populous areas,'! used with almost all makes of hearing aids to clear up I cost into one convenient monthly! payment- J

. Some Do's Don'ts for Bikesadvised be the need said,with"I action expect along to these meet'! those worda PDdnx and sounds you are now missing.Patent I. eliminate The Associates multiple let interest you grow charges.and build your ,_

!lines. This same policy will pre-1 I future Income now; you pay comfortably, while your
grows.
.. vail in regard to junior colleges. NO"OBLJJi1T.ION': '*- $
There 600 Asaodates'offices
The county's bicyclists have the cyclists.Threefourths light, reflectors,' wheel alignment Sen. John Mathews of Jacksonville r-rf-E', .. .. are over coast-to-

drawn words of warning and advice steering and tire pres- : "I will continue to try''I ,. Zt ( r i coOnsisaryouStopinpbonorwritetodu.5:
the
of cycle accidents
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from the Gainesville-Alacb- to Implement the views and var
ua County Citizens Safety Coun- last year Involved bikes sure.Mrs.. Williams advised cyclists Ious studies that have been, 608 N. AASSOCIATES '

un. that were improperly cared for, always to ride single file and made with reference to locating I, rirrrL MAIN STREET
said. "Check bike
The Council currently is conducting Conerly your next to the curb. junior colleges and universities FINANCE, INC. j
a cycling safety drive. at least once a week and havea She said to ride one on a bike where needed. More and better I! !A.AL9IP.! 6-7171 _

1 ,Mrs. Monnie Williams, safety repairman go over it at least and to obey all regular traffic I technical schools might help to;

chairman for the council, and! twice a year," he advised.He signals. The bicycle is a vehicle solve the problem of the deplor-! BATTERIES FRESH ZENITH FOR MOST 1321 N. Main SUe.?, GAINESVILLE..372-231

Lt. Ed Conerly, safety officer said to check safety equipment just like the auto. Mrs. Williams -ably high school drop out rate." HEARING AIDS ,

f$r the city police department,I a bell or horn a head- said. i I Republicans: \

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In-The Legislative Candidates;1: ..: JFK Is Growing Library 1 2 ..t\ 1s


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BOSTON (AP)The John F.
Capitol Give Stands on Issues Kennedy Memorial Library is L

going to be a lot larger than
\ conceived-and it will
originally
I
WASHINGTON (AP-In the (The League of Women Vot-- be designed by an American ar
.
news from Washington: ers, a non, partisan organization n.et chitect. I s
COST It REDUCTION: More submitted questions pre- Selection of the architect is wvi"We !
than 1,200 major defense con- pared by the League of Voters expected to be made about June]I 1

tractors !have enlisted so far in Service Committee to all' Ala- .. 1, Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy -t
the Johnson administration'scost chug County candidates who 1 the assassinated president's{}

reduction war, it was disclosed face opposition in the May 5 primary brother, said after weekend conferences -!

today. election.) with an advisory com-i
There have been that many 4e ;,1 mittee. 1!

faVorable replies from letters THE OFFICE: Representative The attorney general said that!
sent to 7,500 big contractors last from Alachua County to the _5.c-_ w:. v 1 ff .YS the two-acre site on the bank'of ITT .:

December by, President Johnson Florida Legislature. Term of office i yRALPH the Charles River-opposite I "w .
and Secretary of Defense is two years, compensationis the dormitory in which the late \

Robert S. McNamara.A $1,200 a year plus $15 a day president lived as a Harvard! Meet ,
subsistence for each day of I Meet
little-noticed Pentagon legislative session. ,-...udentwill not be large; : .L .,.-. f
circulated recently enough. I
progress report
THE CANDIDATES Ralph or Beat Beat'I
or
said: I Turlington, 43, of Gainesville, in U. S. !' ...
that indus-
"Indications are King -
the incumbent, and Richard J.
try's cost reduction efforts will Wilson, 38, of Gainesville. Both 1- .. \ ALL, + +
provide the nation with a multi- are Democrats.THE PHILADELPHIA (AP-King;\1 The U 1n21 pRicEs
in
million-dollar: of Defense's add-on to the own Department $4- QUESTIONS AND AN- TURLINGTONI RICHARD WILSONto Hussein Philadelphia of Jordan today to arrives begin a,1 I, PRICES n\VerStJ}

billion cost reduction. undertaking. -SWERS: believe that one of the big- provide balanced representation -state visit to the United States!
." Question: Are you satisfied gest problems today is in waste for middle sized counties. at the invitation of President 1 II In This In ThisArea"

that structure and duplication, where it exists.If Wilson I would Johnson.
SECURITY: A report : support a plan 7
prowlers were in the basementof we can eliminate this, more somewhat similar to the plan The 29-year-old monarch was V \ u. S. ROUTE Area"We I
St. Mark's Episcopal church expanding services to a grow- funds under the existing tax used to determine representation -to ,be greeted by Mayor JamesH. I 441 "
? What changes SOUTHDISCOUNT
ing population J. Tate"at International Air-
available to
caused Secret Service agents would you suggest? structure will be in the United States Congress i

and Washington police to .conduct government. ; that is to saYta p lan port.King
Turlington: No. Severance tax Hussein will fly by helicopter -
a thorough search Sunday based in part upon geographical -.
morning before President Johnson and removal of exemptions on' Question: In the Janu a r y, factors; and in part upon : to Washington Tuesdayfor
arrived for machinery and equipment. 1963, Special Session, Florida's population. a noon meeting with John-
and his family Wilson: (a) Yes, at this legislature passed two resolutions son. .
However, in the Special Session
services. -
time I believe that our present which would change the i iI
of the Legislature in 1963, I
Police found two 17yearoldswho
tax structure is adequate to provide structure of our national and
wandered froma a member of the Alachua County -
had away for expanding services to a state governments: ((1)) Bypassing 1D
service for deaf mutes at St. growing population. At the present Congress in amendingthe delegation introduced a reap- ,

Barnabas chapel in the church time, we are paying gasoline U. S. Constitution, (2.) the portionment which I consider plan that lobe was passed most- LIQUORS ;

basement.The cigarette, license tags, Court of ,the Union which harmful to the interests of thepeople
President was accom- sales tax, intangible pers o n a 1 would ,,supersede the U.S. Supreme of Alachua County., I Paid Advertising
j-.amed to the services by Mrs. property, school millage and Court. Would you vote

Johnson their daughter Lynda real property taxes, to ,mentiona Turlington: I would not voteto

Bird, and Secretary of Defense few. rescind No. 1. I would voteto To control scale insects "'
and Mrs. Robert S. McNamara. ,. There are some inequities and rescind No. 2. For Maximum Beauty and red spider, shrubbery Discount ALL Our Prices-These Are ._

discrepancies in administeringreal Wilson: Yes. Our countrywas THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS!
from should be sprayed duringthe
taxes
property countyto founded in democracy and S
Mac ArthurMemorial caunty. For example, the 'is o per a ted under the United P i ray next 6 weeks before
of home
same type on improved States C o n s tit ution, with its hot weather sets in.One .
real will be taxed SAVE MORE
property
checks and balances. Operating :
: greater in one county than in
under the grant of power contained Shrubbery or two sprayings of
another
county. in the Constitution, t h is
(b). In so far as suggested oil emulsion should be
,
: Is Jammed changes are concerned, I am nol'country has grown and to the it applied now for best results -
strength, stature prestige
i in favor of adding additional tax ; a FOUR I Ii
enjoys today. We, as a nation, Now! with' minimum of OLD
:NORFOLK Va. (AP-Show-) es at this time, but to see that
have always been able to work .
cry.April skies were expected' the existing tax,laws are effec- out our differences and disagreements I j plant burn.

to dampen!! only slightly today tively administered. within the framework of .
the of posthumous tribute I Our staff of trained ex-
tempo \ :
this great document. I believe HICKORY b
to General of the Army : ROSES
It's TortureTo :
Douglas\MacArthur. that we are still able to do this. readyto : : I

Officials of the MacArthur Hear CastroMIAMI serve you.
,
Question: What p Ian for I --'- 6 YEARS OLD .a
Memorial Museum said they
20 N.W. 16th Arc. 376-2661 Phone 376-2661
entation inFlorida's
equitable r e p r e s
anticipated that further thousands Fla. (AP) Making legislature do i I
: would iline. the sidewalk political prisoners in Cuba listen you'I
; outside imposing? columned to Fidel 'Castro's speechesover support? .
ruffling while awaiting their I and over is one of several Turlington: I believe that the WE CAN'T AFFORDTV $ 78 I $393Fifth :

turn4oview! The sunken crypt means used to torture them, a House of Representatives is as
'where the general was interred former prisoner says. fairly apportioned as possible on COMMERCIALS

,last Saturday. Dr: Mario Robau, a physicianwho a population basis and still have (AREN'T YOU GLAD)
The memorial held its doors said he was assigned to individual representation f o reach We don't have thajf kind of money but what we do haveis
open until 9 p.m. Sunday-three treat fellow inmates in Hava- county. If additional popu- fast prompt courteous service we can't afford poor Fifth
hours beyond the normal clos- na's La Cabana Prison, said the lation weight is to be given in service either. See us for a loan from-

ing time-to accommodate the speech treatment "breaks the our legislature it should be I
'more than 6,000 persons who prisoners' nerves." 'in'the senate., $

came to pay their last respects. Dr. Robau, recently arrivedby If the senate is to be reappor-\\ 325foS600And SAVE MORE IS AVI MORE

It was scheduled to be open way of Mexico, told a news tioned on a [
to the public today from 9 a.m. conference Sunday that.another special consideration should be

to 5 pjn., but .there was a torture was to sick German given to middle size counties for I It's ConfidentialMarion i ,
chance these hours would be shepherd dogs-!: on prisoners. the reason that they have already -
extended again by heavy at- The dogs are trained to made substantial conces- HOUSE GILBEY'SVODKA
ndance. scratch, he said. sions"in their house representation. -
More than 61,000 persons Dr. Robau said he was imprisoned If the courts should rule Finance (0.Home ofy

viewed the body of the general a year ago without that each county is not entitledto .

in Norfolk at the end of. a week charge and released in Janu at least one representative Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks .L, STUART
of extraordinary tribute to the ary. regardless of its size, I would 18 W. Univ., Ave. FR 6-5333 '
man who.led American soldiers recommend a downward revis- ; 80 PROOF

into battle 1 in three major wars. The "Watchtower of the UnI- ;ion in'the size of the house. The ;t,,. .' ..,, ,:.;;:!. *".,.'..",.,...."""' ""'',.... I b .f 86 PROOF IMPORTED SCOTCH ,
I '
His burial here, a Navy town verse," so called by South present size of 112 is already too i/.. <\:: ,"'$,;::.t'" 1i",) ., > '. <'.'';" .J\i.nJt-t/-t<:>f< <.JW'1. :. .r.>!:,' '0". yf :' I; '
in wHich he never lived,,was his American liberator Simon Boli- 'large, expensive, and unwieldy. .:xt.- ; ."/ -:,. A.i.'i'; \- J '
request' bcause it! was the var, is 20,561-foot El Chimborazo -, If the courts put the senate on <. ;,1., >+ 5 1VIISS. ." ".,'v..'..",/.:'' .,."." .,.,' ', v. $ ,99 -

scene;of his,mother. birth and peak in the Ecuadorean :a population basis, its size will :..., \. J''','',,''' $399
childhood. Andes. 'have to be increased in order t r --

Shortly after the memorial

opened a 4-year-old girl, Vivian\' The Home Of Gourmets : Fifth
,
Bayorfcta, received permission I Try Our Noon Lunchestamatitlla .s.a : : .

to,place a wreath by the crypt.
She was aided by her father, I
M; Sgt; Solomon Hoj Bayoreta, V' SAVE MORE 1 SAVE MORE
who was awarded 'the Silver 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE

I Star fot protecting MacArthur -
from a bomb burst on Corregi- __\ 4-1't.J' :: f fti. ..., '
: ,
dor: in December 1941. ATTENTION FREEZER OWNERS! <
Bayoreta said he traveled to 00D 08 CALVERT BOURBON

____r I Norfolk from Syracuse, N.Y.,I MEAT ROOM :
and waited three days to place: BILL'S
the wreath in the rotunda. He! CALL 372-3514 I GIN SUPREME
vowed he would return each"

year to "pay my respects to the


general/Peacocks' y G? WHILE BUY GOOD a y .. s 90PR038 ELi. :

: $
_ HtAt 0i AND CHOICE, BEEF $378
,
Qn tlie Loose ROUND PRICES ARE AT

o THEIR LOWEST
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) o
2'
Anyone The next for Pavan question cristatus is "what's pie?I : aOUHDt GovernmentGraded Hurry, get your Fifth Fifth

that?" Well, it's peacock pie, RUMP STL %

for which, it seems, no one has ROAST money in by t

the recipe. 4
SAVE MORE MORE
Several home owners in East! ,sut.otN ,P" CHOICE, GOOD SAVE \

Pasadena had the ingredients I STEAK Standard AvailableWt'll the 20th. Earn
Sunday morning when a flock 3
w
'of cristati -
peacocks-pavan
r :descended on their neighbor- r the way cut you and want wrap it.lust|. profits from the 1st. 'IMPORTED

,hood. t-aoNs STEAK in fact, you may come in :. CHARTER 100%
Now the peacock Is a beautiful t and watch! Wt will also

bird, except when he opens 4 ?S cut beef and if iaspected.wrap your Fitcsi"9 owa- A little delay may leave you '
Tics mouth. His call, If It can beCalled CIUR STEAK at no extra ckarg OAK BENTLEY:

that, is a raucus screech, :,
esembling the sound of a dis- W W waiting at the dock for I m \

<'bled The jet pea engine.hen, his mate, speaks_ 6 ;I-" 8 r o HINDQUARTERS: \ '," > t your dividends. Visit us now, or : BOURBON SCOTCH 1

i ..similartones.. w Rwntf (Rump Roast Steak.
humane III ROAST s Ground Beef. Heet of Round save by mail if it's easier.
the :
A from : _
j crew d spa Bones.) ,
fiety( spent several hours cl1as-1 OR (Sirloin Steak Sirloin Tip.....) ;
STEAK ttrt Uw (Cv Steak T-
fag the birds; They caught one.i III :
5te k.)
, L 1 i The rest moved to the cam- h:: :
9 FOREQUARTERS: First federal $349. $389fihFi
(-us of nearby Pasadena City ; ;; ,
RUt '
;ollege: where the pursuit con- 7 CROUxD .
Owe Ftato '
(Plato Stew Ground association
'nued. sEr Ground Beef.) savings &loan
*Where they came from, noMy CHUCK ROAST, ClMck Beef.) (Chuck ROM. Stew, of G&DeniI1a
knew but officials suspect- STEW b' Broktf (Ground BeenI' 3
k- ,
Fort SfeMk MUOH KDCUl SAVINGS
(Soup Bones)
fi they were from the nearby GROUND liD
bs Angeles State and:County SOUL I & LOAM MU1ANCS COVOIAT1ON ALL OUR STOCK IS DISCOUNTED I
0Na
.J' Dew( NOM! LOAM IAN! SYSTt
FINANCING
roretum. j 10 .AI.If 249 W. UMVEUmr AVL AT 30 : MANY UNADVERTISED SPECIALS ':
... AYE.w .
AVAILABLE Kwl71H Sf.AND ATH
i hale, steaks and stew, rich I .. "A eo-
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I n6.1JJI PRICES GOOD THRU APRIL 16th ONLY
,
protein, are considered Jeli-I : j
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I THESOUTH
I Nrw cork Wimt Agency chief and got him. policy, fiscal policy and many on June 2. Even if he does not,
Joni B. HAKKISOIf. FresU .t end By JAMES RESTON When President de Gaulleof other matters. Goldwater will still come into
kIUkcri PAT COWLES. Tic President WASHINGTON France issued a vague pronouncement the convention with far more
The rising
ED JOHNSON. Vice President the EVEN AFTER detailed discussions committed than
I, of favoring delegates anybody
14 EzcckttT Elite W. G. tBIIIIEBEBSOLK. possibility aJohnson-
Florida's. Beautiful r t VIe. President an* A4vertUlaf Lodge battle for the presidency -, "neutralization" of Viet Nam, of all these matters, else, and there is every
.. 'University City' DlretUn BOB TAKTAG-<< By RALPH McGILL I lends new and significant Lodge suggested that an effort Eisenhower still had trouble reason to believe that if he
UONE. Tic pruUw. M' Clreul Pulitzer rrtx Winning rmbUsfcerOf interest to the past relation- should be made to find out getting the nomination againstthe cannot get a majority for him-
Un Mm ttr. I tk. AtUnts. (C*.) Ca tttaU*>
ships between the two men. precisely what De Gaulle had conservative forces in the self, he will certainty try to

Mr. K They were not intimate in in mind. Johnson not only party favorable to Sen. RobertA. swing his delegates to some-
THE SUN'S POLICY their four years together in sent Ambassador Charles E. Taft, and nobody knows body else other than Lodge.
;" Bohlen to find out (he didn't) this better than Lodge, who
1. Report the news fully and I impartially in The news columns. the Senate of the U n 1 ted Accordingly, the Johnson
__. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials States, but they shared that but made clear to Lodge that' was master minding the Eis- Lodge relationship is now coming
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. : A Smart special respect and even club- he (Lodge) could explore the enhower campaign at that into a critical phase. Both
V : matter with De Gaulle himself time.
; by good f Uowship practical men have been thoughtfuland
'-_. TrSun's telephones All Departments-372-8441. politicians develop for one an- if he chose to do so. Thus much the same situa- correct toward one another i;

Want Ads-376-4672 *1 ._,' PoliticianIf other in the Capitol Hill ed a new Central Intelligence tion may develop at San in these last-few weeksof
: cloakrooms. ALL THIS helps explain why this but
Francisco year, especially Lodge's rise, events
Lyndon Johnson admired Lodge has been so reluctant to if Sen. Barry Goldwater are now getting beyond their
Mr Khrushchev had been Cabot Lodge senator sol- respond to the calls from wins j
as a the California primary control
I The Wallace Showingr born way down south in Dixie, dier, and diplomat. He had a members of his party to come

on New York's East Side, ir politician's respect for the skill home and see:: the presidential -

The impressive showing made by But lately some observers think frugal New England, or in with which Lodge steered nomination. It also explains
the com belt of the Golden John has had ON THE RIGHT = ,
Gen. why' son com- -
Eisenhower into the
Gov. George C. Wallace in. Wiscon they have detected growing opposi- pres-
West he would have made his
idential plete confidence in Lodge and ,
of 1952 after the
sin's presidential primary was apparently tion to the civil rights bill, and this mark in politics. He has what Democrats race failed to persuade has rejected out of hand the

due, in part, to a cross-over may have been reflected in the Wisconsin the professionals call "the the general to enter national .published reports that Lodge

of Republican voters into the Democratic balloting. Demonstrators who magic." politics on their side. was actually directing a political Is Lodge ,

contest. There is no other way organize school boycotts, who block Reports from Hungary,, Also Johnson and President campaign from the em-
4 where he said that com- Eisenhower were,close to bassy in Saigon.Nevertheless .
the one
to interpret heavier-t h n-normal traffic, who obstruct entrance to '

Democratic totals in" many areas buildings are unquestionably stirringup duce munism more had and the better duty goulash to pro- eight another years during in Eisenhower's the White now making this, events relationship are In the Race? -

normally' Republican. some public resentment against rather than revolutions and House. As majority eader, increasingly awkward. Lodge

,their methods. Last Tuesday's tragedy nuclear war, reveal his com Johnson and his friend, Speaker is now leading the polls for By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.

But even assuming a very. sub- in Cleveland, in which a ministerwas mon touch. Every politician Sam Rayburn, felt it was the Republican nomination bya
; knows the bread and butter large margin. He is favored Henry Cabot Lodge is er Lodge is
".T tantial invasion of the Democratic killed in a reckless effort of their duty to support the purely a regional
appeal is unbeatable where-. President on' foreign ,affairs to win in the Oregon much in the news now, hav candidate. I have never
""primary by Republicans who voted demonstrators to halt construction ofa ever there is a tightening of and maintained a close rela- primary on May 15, and it is ing recently been discoveredby thought he was, and cherishthe

;for Wallace in preference to Gov. school by throwing themselves in belts. Secondly, memory of tionship with Eisenhower. a matter of historical record Dr. Gallup and Mr. Har- devastation of that myth

!"":John W. Reynolds,. this alone could the path of earth movers, can only war, loss of life, and vast de- throughout both terms. that, for the last 36 years, the ris as the favorite Republican by Murray Kempton after the

scarcely explain Wallace's extraordinary emphasize the folly of such methods. struction of property still are Thus, Johnson urged Eisen.. two major political parties of the majority of Re- New Hampshire prim.yes ) |
vivid in all Europe, as well hower to nominate Lodge as have nominated the men who publicans in the United ("Of all the spectacles an f

showing. as in Russia. The Chinese of- Secretary of defense and later, were ahead in the popularity States, a truly remarkable inflamed mind can conceive ,\ '
The Wallace showing in Wisconsindid fer of revolution will not be as when Sherman Adams got in polls at the time of the nomi- discovery. An associate of the only one I would rejectout

There can be little doubt that Wai- not deal a lethal blow to the civil attractive as that of more trouble at the White House. to nating conventions. mine who is a long-time pal of hand would be the

:-"lace successfully capitalized on anti- goulash.Mr. make Lodge Presidential Chief Much will depend, however, and knows Republicans from image of Henry Cabot Lodge ;
civil rights feelings which he con rights bill, of course. But it may Khrushchev, who had, of staff after Adams resigned. on whether Lodge resigns and coast to coast, put it ,to me looking upon the assembled

: _stantly exacerbated. Some of the Republican well serve as a warning that many In the manner of U. S. candi- Both times, however, these comes home if he wins in Ore- this way. "Most of the. Re- voters of New Hampshire, i
Americans have reservations about dates, described himself as a recommendations did not work gon. He is being advised by publicans I know are Gold- and holding out his arms and '
: cross-over probably repre- "country boy," visited one of out. some persons to stay where he water men. But I know quitea crying, Mummy!. Daddy!
.. sented a protest against the federal that bill which are likely to be inten- the famous stud farms in Hun is and to let the Republican few Rockefeller Republicans ."). No, Lodge is not

civil rights bill more than it did a sified by a continuation of pro-rights gary. Established more thana AFTER THE DEATH of delegates draft him in S a n some Scranton Repub- merely as a New Englander

conscious effort to embarrass the tactics inviting, lawlessness and vio century ago to provide horses President Kennedy, the* relationship Francisco in July, but this is licans, a great many Nixon (though he is quite-essential-
: lence. for the emperor and nobles, between Johnson and very dubious advice. Republicans. But I don't ly an Easterner); he is wide-

: Democrats. the farm apparently flourishes. Ambassador Lodge became Even Eisenhower, who was know one, not a single, Lodge ly known and, whatever his

Mr. Khrushchev was presented more intimate. There had always much m o r e p o werful with- Republican. Where are they, hold on the 42 per cent widely
a team of five and been a certain amountof in his party in 1952 than and what do they do, other unpopular with the profes-

I Red China Turnabout coach. conflict between the U. S. Lodge is now, felt obliged to than state their preferencesto sional political community.

THE SOVIET premier then military command and the leave his post in Paris and return visiting pollsters?" Several

: r''"* The West, particularly the Eng textbooks are reported in great de. proceeded to "campaign." He U. S. diplomatic command in to this country to meet I answered that he could advanced for reasons this. have It was been
knew he said it not well apparently -
was Johnson insisted'at with the delegates to the convention
mand in Red China. Saigon. .find of themin
take certainly some Lodge who
: lish-speaking part of it, can a to look gift horses in the master-
before the delegates
once, however, that Lodge long New but he
Hampshire, minding the fight for Eisenhower
: certain amount of pleasure out of mouth, but he, Mr. K., was an should be in charge, put the convened in Chicago in shot back that this is not in 1952 decided
this it
for
One of the reasons undoubtedly old peasant and wanted to see
: developments reported 'from Com order in writing, and made July of that year. so obvious. In New Hamp- would be convenient to call
if he could determine
is the that knowledgeof ahorse's
: hope clear to the ambassador that For five weeks, in Abilene, shire, the people who voted Robert Taft a thief, a ven-
munist China. English will help China to play a teeth. age Whereupon by looking Mr.at its K. any Lodge recommendationwould Denver, and New York, one for Lodge were voting, in ture in inspired audacity,

larger role in international affairs, be given most sympa- Republican state delegationafter effect,,against Goldwater and rather like denouncing Pope
The Communists virtually bannedthe pried open a mouth or so and thetic consideration.This another called on him. Rockefeller. But the Pius
but another reason is reported to be proclaimed the animals present XII as a playboy. But
study of English early in their that Chinese leaders want their peo- nificient. mag- Johnson promise was Many of them expressed their polls are saying something altogether it worked; and the Taft pros
carried out to the letter. Lodge eagerness to vote for him but ,different: that the are still sore. The other
reserving it for senior high ple to be able to read English in or- After Mr. Nixon's welt'pub- argument -
regime, wanted a new second man in explained that they could not majority of the Republicans constantly being used
schools and colleges where it lan der to speed industrial and scientific Mr.licized Khrushchev"Kitchen Debate"in July with of Saigon and got the man he do so unless they were in a position prefer Lodge to any against Lodge by the pro-

guished because students were development in China. 1959, the party emerged from wanted. He was not happy to go home and;explain candidate at all. fessionals is that he flatly refuses i

afraid to take it. Study of Russianwas the American cottage to finda with the military commandand what E i s en hower's views to give more than a (
it was changed to meet were not only foreign policy THE PRIMARY in
When it is necessary to know Eng- considerable crowd lined on Oregon single speech a, day. For this
preferred.Now up
his specifications. He requestBy but on farm policy, labor will of course confirm wheth- act of fortitude I honor him
each side of the exit
lish in order to find the pathway to on path.
deeply, and I have no doubt
Mr. K.
reacts impulsively to
that a widespread knowledge progress, it is a subtle compliment to that the friendly treatment
crowds do all
as expert poli-
Chinese to the West. If it lag THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT given him
of Russian might permit capitalistic were ticians. Just before the vice by the press is

find out what Russian leaders arc ging behind Communism very far president's departure for Rus- directly the result of not hay

:- saying about Chinese leaders there there would be no need to stimulatethe sia, the U. S. Congress had ing to hear him speak more
No More Give-A often than once a day. Once .
:... has been a reversal. English language study of English.Voice adopted a resolution deplor- ways a day is quite ,
w.... ing the slave condition of peoples enough.
.. ,.
in the Communist coun I RECOGNIZE that
NMN.. tries. This had irked the pre DAVID LAWRENCE East European satellites are MORE NEGOTIATION is by unfashionable to it Is

"" mier. As he came out he saw, WASHINGTONThenseems serious and becoming more itself harmless, but too often matter but Is bring the
w. standing by the roped-off to be a curious differ- and more aggravated all the it results in appeasement and up, seems to
of the me that
People roadway, a tall, freckled ence of opinion between Pre- time. In addition, they've got surrender. If it was desirablefor Mr.one reason is for opposing

worker in trousers and tee mier Khrushchev and Senator the problem of China and, the the United States to use the views.Lodge It is his political
: shirt. His bright red hair was J. W. Fulbright as to who the whole splitting of the Com- sale of w heat as a way of time 12 a long
"devil" really is in the world munist bloc." currying favor with the ago years since
thick and bushy. The man's Soviet !-
nr The Sun's he sat in the Senate
Opinion and
age homely face wore a big grin. today. "Should we help them try to g o v ern ment, the theory and hence has
Mr. K. abruptly turned from Not long ago, the Arkansas adjust?" he was asked."I which Professor Nutter ex- no voting record -
Sun readers welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters freshly
Opinions and comments of arc registered. For
the Nixon and walkedto senator, who is chairman of don't think we should pounds would mean that be-
must be signed and bear the writers address. Homes will be withheld if requested. A letter should group eight years he was with the
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot bt used. The this man. He seized a hand- the Senate Foreign Relations help them out of their current fore any such transactio United Nations
-.Sun reserves tho right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or full of the thick hair and shook Committee, said, that the economic difficulties without, was approved, the Soviets Mr. Eisenhower's, there to do

-Intent. the head back and forth. American people must over- at the same time, getting should have been required, for utterly will, an

PTA Needs time Mr. Talbot was most request of the Gainesville "Does this look like a slave?" come "the myth that trade some change in either the poli- example to get out of Cuba. During the untaxing brief few assignment.
cooperative in every way,. his High School P.T.A. These he loudly demanded. He got with Communist countries is a tical climate or their interal Certainly if the Soviet govern private life after Nlxon'j monthsof

Parents only ,concerns being to serve Life Memberships are what he wanted-a big laugh compact with the devil." Now system ment not only withdrew its defeat, he
the school and its parents awarded as recognition of from the hundreds of Russian Premier Khrushchev says in "Now, the alternative they'd military "technicians" from among the international puttered about

':EDITOR, Sun: It Is not my through his own efforts- and outstanding service to P.T.A. workers.AN an extemporaneous speech in like to use, I think, is to geta Castro's apparatus but also (he is for an Atlantic Union set
.:Intention to take active part those of interested parents.The MRS. C. H. GILLILAND ELDERLY, dumpy Hungary: "I, as prime minis- nice gift from Uncle Sam. simultaneously took away its along the lines suggested ,

In. the current political cam"pajgn problem, which Mr. woman, also working at com- ter of the Soviet Union, am They'd like to get some out-' agents and subversives fr o m Clarence Streit), and endedup by
_" in Alachua County, but Talbot and I discussed many Where Is pleting the fair ground exhi- ready to take credits from side help to tide them over all other Latin American back In South Viet Nam

l_feel a civic duty ,to try to times, was not how to keep bits, laughed and beamed at the devil himself if the rate of their troubles, so they can countries, the United States as lord high executioner of,
correct any misimpression "meddling mothers" out of The PTA? Mr. K., grinning an almost interest is advantageous to my patch h i n g s up and have w o u 1 d be better off than by the Ngo government and on

:whlch might have arisen in the school, but how to get toothless grin. He walked over country. But I won't deviateone enough time to make adjust- merely a p pro ving a wheat yes, the Ngo's. ,
-the mind of the citizens of this "interested parents" into EDITOR, Sun: Several to her, embraced her, kissed millimeter from our posi ments that might ease things deal and getting nothing else ,
bounty with regard Jo !Jr.'hlbot's the school. It was because of years ago, shared in a very her on each cheek, did the. tion." for a while. in return but a few dollars of WHAT ABOUT Mr. Lodge' J

attitude to w a r d a 'shortage of interested par- active P.T.A. program on same to another astonished There is no question but that profit for some wheat dealers. vast experience in international
ents that Gainesville High Guidance at the Gainesville but the Soviet referring "A DECISION to this alternative Premier Khrushc h v's
=>>:T.A. in general and particularly pleased woman beside premier was try e affairs? I cherish
at Gainesville HighSchool School P.T.A. was disbanded. High School What has hap her, and then rejoined the official to credits from the United may explain what speech in Hungary was also a f
.The only meetings which were pened to the Gainesville High group. States, as the news dispatches they did last year. They may significant in relation to the scene I saw on television. ,
-, well attended were the back- School Parent Teacher Association The Russians see "Papa plainly indicated. It is a coin- have'sat down and said, 'Lookat whole controversy between the Ambassador Lodge was
7T ZFor seven consecutive years to-school nights, and these ? Is it no longer in exis- ,Khrushchev" in this pleasant cidence that last week "U.S. this horrible mess and the East and the West and the pleading for the repatriationof
'" t=)worked with Mr. Talbot hardly need ,be _P.T.A. func tence? If not why not? context, or on television in News & World Report" pub- reforms we'd have to make to "foreign aid" program. He the American pilots biennially
_though P.T.A. and as an in- tions. This type of organization is lectures about the inadequacies lished a copyrighted interview cure if"Then warned the members of the shot down and illegal

terested parent. I served asIZIpresident At the state P.T.A. convention the rig h t-, hand support of of farming and the need with Professor G. Warren somebody may_h ave East European Communist ly detained by the Soviet
of the Gainesville in Jacksonville in November schools. I hope it is still going for communism to catch up Nutter, head of the econom- raised his hand and said, 'Why bloc that the Western "imper union. He spoke passionately

-fligh School P.T.A. the last 1960; Mr. Talbot ,was strong, but apparently no notices with the vast production of ics department at the Univer- don't we try Uncle Sam first: ialists" were trying to run the about the injustice of it all, \
nffll: year it functioned and as awarded a Life Membership of it appear in the Food and goods in the United sity of Virginia who, after a Maybe we can get out of things world by offering "a piece of and then pointed theatrically

-TStdiamentarian the year it in the Florida Congress, of Gainesville Sun. States. He is, to them, a real tour of Russia in 1957 and in that way. Maybe he'll give us bacon or goulash" in the form to the galleries at three \
disbanded. In an of that Parents and Teachers at the A.'R. MEAD Father image. They do not see subsequent studies, has stead- something'." of credits. He told his a 11 lea weeping women,.wives of the

-- w- the shrewd angry Khrushchev fly exposed the myth of Soviet "They sought a 10 billion- to be careful not to involve airmen imported to drama.

: hammering on a U.N. economic power. He did this at dollar loan once, didn't they?" themselves too deeply with tize Lodge's speech. He
y POTOMAC FEVER desk with his shoe, threatening a time when others were predicting was the next question, and the United States, but said in swivelled about and levelled -
plotting, maneuvering that the Russias not Professor Nutter replied as effect there was no harm in his finger at the stony-faced
.. By Fletcher Knebel Cowles Washington Bureau and subverting where he can. only were going to, catch up follows: taking something for noth- Soviet delegation, declaiming .S

-- LBJ is 'putting so Political and economic affairs with the United States, but "That's what they hope for ing-as he himself would do. "I ask you gentlemen, look r;
=res hard to get a decent many home-cooked women in top government posts Washington, of the total Western would overcome our lead in What they would like more From the Soviet point of at those bereaved ladles, and
meal around the town any more. world will be affected by the various fields.Professor than anything else is some view, it seems easy to satisfy open up your hearts!" I have

:::;:Thanks to Senator Fulbright, the-Democratic Chinese decision to try to takeover Nu fer in his interview way to get the resources they merely with increased trade no doubt that that has beE
administration has made
gains in signi direction of world com- stated flatly that the need right now and defer the some of the would- be spokesmen come one of the standing
foreign i
= fjcant policy-and
now boasts two instead of one. jokes in the
muniSm. chancelleries
A world in which Russians are deep in economic payment until some other time for America, especially ofCommunism. .
:::The mother of Massachusett's SovernOTis- millions need food will hardly trouble today, particularly as when they hope they'll be in a those who are ready to "do (I can see. the
'
'strator: in Florida. jailed as a.civil rights demon- give Peking mass support. a result of the gamble they better position to take care of business with Khrushchev" wag at Lubianka Prison: "I ar.
be Any politician can run on his record but Gov. Peabody may 'But, as the-problem of Latin made in 1958 when they embarked It- the 1960s as so Wester- ask you, Warden, open up 'f
= the first to his many
run on mother's "
police record. America unfolds U would be on a h e a v y militaryand Professor Nutter said t h at ners were ready to "do bus- your heart. ,. ). _

=.':'Dick Nixon confers With Cabot We helpful to our thinking to Understand space program, believingat maybe the United Sta t e s iness with Hitler" in the1930's. Mr. Lodge, in short, .
In appears -
Viet Nam.
Republicans think- ,
are [ Brazil .has not that time that the
yet should
-f agricultural take advantage of .
not to have
g of running them again this this time learned a
the rice
year- as paddy ticket. "
-'- bad "revolution.
AntiCommunist
..r.'r'.. -- a problem somehow has "these periods of weakness if As the "cold -war". goes on, great deal about bow to cope -
forces, happily been solved. But the a ruble we're to ..
g going get any with the!
.Big military revolt in subject
enemy a -
The will the
art of Western
"" BraSL governing is different down there. have governmentsbe
replaced a Marxist- to Professor
:: The politicians shoot according Nutter, changes started. He was on which his brother .3"
hip-but not quite as fast as the generals. minded If however has foolish enough to make
president. plainly failed, and he then asked: concessions the -
absent Cabot John by became
If Lodge wins the way,
Oregon Primary, Barry Goldwater threatens reforms are not forthcoming added .
: "Under those without
:. terms, was getting
any- while
to do the rest of his campaigning in an authority serving ast-
Tahia It's the
trend in
new politics the so-called revolution "
the wheat deal mistake.
=.from grass roots to grass skirts. a thing in return by way of respect ambassador to Spain But ft '
-.ZC will become meaningless "I THINK that their inter- "The way in which it was for the sovereignty and then in the event be should -,-,
:.Lyndon Johnson he wasn't and leftist forces will again nal problems are really quite done," replied Professor Nut independence of the smaller suddenly find out, no doubt 2T
says
aware he drove more than 70 miles anJEur. ,,merge, perhaps with PekJg's -- serious serious. Their ter "was i t ke.
very a m s a We countries
Yoamean, that hi including the emancipation the 42 per cent would deserffir''1
ofgIcket. ;if e nce was telephone poles? "
:;:.. .. .;; help. problems in relations with the should. have _of enslaved peoples? him. 4U'
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.- a'lC at the Lincoln High School. is invited. Mrs. Alte- Tampa on April 23-26. I the Charles Winter Wood
accepted.
In the name of democracy political at 2nd grade received 2nd mease Wingate, reporter. The dues, taxes and Grand Theatre, the 1964 Commencement !

chicanery,is practiced, doubledealingin ., in the elementary division Union assessments are to be I calendar of events at -

public **off ice' ls. condoned. canrt ,.'.. r.hc' second essential,. ,was a panorama of jungle paid in full at this meeting. Florida A&M University includes A LANDMARKBible
dates pledge- their souls: to: their cone* ': to communicated honest made of paper mache WILLISTON NEWS a busy schedule that will
hs'wlthtf: Mrs Williams Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley reporter. culminate on Saturday, April 18, Thought "Although
stituents, ,the rabble-rouser. keeps on *' pIn r'of Clyde as the fie Ids shall yield;no r
Euclid at 9 a.m. with the Annual Commencement
rousing rabble to hate and' violence, or reprisal, requires ; and Cooper, meat; the flock shall be cut off ::1

and a Southern politician promisesto guarantee by law. It grade student, won 1st place CONVALESCINGMrs. ::. exercises in the new from the fold .: yet I will re. II
Health and Education
scrap the Constitution.That i ., lectual tolerance, a science from the division.junior high Euclid's gen- C. E. Harper of Gainesville Building. Physical Joice on the Lord, I will" joy in t:

the "right to differ." was a diagram of the i is convalescing at her Speaker for the commencement the akkuk od 31718.of: my salvation.). (.Hah-.

is why we must give education system made with :I home after having undergoneeye t program will be Judge I 111

a chance to bring a New Enlightenment There are always, clay with Mr. Cooper as I surgery.' MarjorIe McKenzie Lawson of # .
She Is'a member of both the I
Washington D. C.
to the minds of a "free" courage to speak their Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church MEETING SET II
SINGLETON'F' A former social worker, she
people. For a people can remain free less of consequences. and Fellowship Household of has served as general counsel The Choirs' Festival meeting

only as it is not in bondage to ignore a repressive climate so CLOSING Ruth No. 6422 of Williston. ( and vice president of the Na. will be Church held at the at Emanuel
Baptist
today
ance, to bigotry, or the emotionalized speech is concerned. An .tional Council of Negro Women, 3'pm.. .. .

idolatry of cliches. The world, has statement by a public calendar of remaining an organization of 25 national '. I
for the school FELLOWSHIP MEETINGThe
changed so much and so fast that senator, an editor, a year women's groups which has a ANNIVERSARY CLOSING \
1st and 2nd
: April 27, Fellowship Household of ,.. membership of more than two
judgment cannot be passed on prob- professor is likely to Mrs.. Ayer and. _Mrs. Ruth No. 5422 of Williston will million women. She was ap-- Choir No. 3 anniversary'* ,

lems, domestic or international, by ing letters anonymous sponsors; May 11, 3rd meet at the usual meeting'place nointed associate judge of the which began Thursdayu'at' the'

invoking the battle cries, war and acts of vandalism. 4th grades, Mrs. Welch and on Thursday at 4 p.m. Mrs. Juvenile Court of the District of Johnson is Chapel Baptist.Church-- ,* 1,1

whoops, ,and hate hymns of the 0. Hill, sponsors: May, 18, I Grace Williams. .. -M. .N. -G.. Columbia" by the lat, President There closing will today.be a program at:..3.

1900's or by irrational adherenceto If we are to have 5th,. Mrs.and B.6th Hill grades and, Mrs.Miss John'' F. Kennedy on August 6. pjn. that consife( of solos?'duets, II
the dying dogmas of a tribal civilization. on knowledge" we -- ---- 962. Her confirmation for the 'and the singing 'of'ch liS.:;"""
% and May 24, kindergar NEW ARRIVALMr. ... _.
judgeship by the U. S. Senate '
The "unthinking" reflex act through education and and 8th grade, Mrs. McFad- SEEKS PHD The public is invited.. I
and James ; followed
Mrs. Walker, on September 20, 1962. -- -
must be superseded by judgment But what word and Mr. Cooper, ... II
sponsors. of Amityville, N.Y.. announce Ira D. Robinson, above, a 1961 A native of Pittsburgh, Judge ... .. ,
based on knowledge.This other halo-bearing word. the arrival of a son born March graduate of Florida A&M University -Laswon received her B. A. degree -.CORRECTION I

money is spent for 1. The baby has been named is accepting a challengehere and Certificate of SocialWork ) I The Rev. P. E. Hinson.}S'H hte(: \

can be accomplished',only as new institutions are PROGRAM Allen Walker.. Walker is formerly ;. at the University of Flori from the University of evangelist of the Shady "Grove.: i

two things happen. The first is an students are often at 3 p.m.a program of Williston, and son of the da.Last Michigan and her law degree Primitive Baptist. Churchln i
be presented at the Hall late Mrs. Addie Mae Coleman. from Columbia
year when he enteredthe the University stead of pastor ;
unbiased and .scbQarly: } attack, the love of learning Methodist Church, Ro- as.was.pre.vipu-; .,
School of '
of he Law. Almost continuously
University Florida announced.
through education, on the issues that suIt of the naive belief Fla. planned only to work towards' from 1939 until her ao- Iy .. N, ,._.: .:--:
-- '- '
trouble today's world an earnest itself has magic main speaker will be Le- --.;. ler
powers
MEETING SCHEDULEDThe the; master's degree in phar oointment to the D. C. Juvenile I

and impartial effort to see all the the distorted meanings Hicks High Jr.School, a graduate and Indiana of Lin City-wide Missionary macy. His advisor suggested Court. she engaged in private CONTINUES AIUNCJ '.Z. :

facets of a social or politicalprob- practices that may Music will: be ren- Band will meet at the Bell's :that he go on for the Ph. D., practice with her husband. Atty. John (Crip) McCray, of-NW.

lem regardless of what may emerge ...- Church Choir. The pub Nursery School on Monday at and he has accepted the chal- Belford V. Lawson Jr.. in the 8th: St., continues ailing at.h J.I

that is counter ta our preconceptions ';;"VhUe we are trying! t is invited. Mrs. Maggie 4:30 p.m. Mrs. T. T. Bell, presIdent -lenge. District of Columbia. Her ,son, home. Friends' hope-;"he" .will- be
; Mrs. F. D Shannon, re- Following his gradua Ion Belford Lawson III Is a sopho- well soon. '
and prejudices.CZm .::=. semantic! fog arou, d.. : i reporter.
"
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golitical cliches, let's, ,_ .J.. \

The' other is a new ljuarantee of jthhe meaning. RALLY DAY

freedom to the individual to express, self.:-: '
... .. SCHOOL SHOW
and to express publicly, by whatever -'. ....00. is "The White For Voice of the People "i

means of commuhloition is availaETe, Z:3-Eere is to be a' Club Rally Day" at :

his sober and studied view on any ment = the place to Bethel A.M.E. Church.
l
issue thatej l IppcEtaJJt.-: : ; ghis, n.jthe; schools many friends of Dr. Walter On The Sun's Opinion Page : :
\ that'look upon learning White, far and near, will be

The first es$cn1ial,- the, focusing of not ah. end in itself .- to be present. Dr. D. Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters -t
Welcome, choir and congre- mutt be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should
educational searchlight on the. Interested in will be present and ren- not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry connot be used. The ',.
world:of today* will\\ require a :scrap than in filling it, service. The morning mes Sun intent.reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning ...

ping of tlj demic jcqnpept Jhajt or, tranquilizing itFuneral will be brought by him. All
-, --........ ... workers and gleaners will All Citizens, 2. It is to the registered vote From AlcoholTo came about that ''
ers that candidates address hold on roe, so I
1 ; Should Vote themselves and the issues. the PulpitEDITOR I had started Ocarha

This fact was made quite for forgiveness _

I lErl1 t ar EDITOR, Sun: A consider clear in the recent city election : Sun: I was an alcoholic sent to Ocala,

able amount of time and legal where, because of increased for about 20 years. The couldn't seem to get any ,

tape has passed since your Negro registration, road to alcoholism is a destructive with God as I still was Ding !

ALLENFinal Lincoln School and : editorial questioning the wis- both sides for the first time one for a drunk. It onto things of the woh
High
MARK a mem der the .
J-- hemoL the Antioch Holiness and Ha lie ,I dom of voter registrationdrives actively campaigned in Negro caused me to lose everythingmy But .1 kept on until at IA _
rites for 1.1 'rYAIIeiI of Church. He was the s. o. W Starke. immediate survivors in of the type conducted areas of the city as well as wife, my children's after about 70 days

Chiefland, who died April 2 at liam Dorsey, an employe of his children. Mrs. Estella recently and in the past by white.In love my home, friends and nights I really felt God

University Teaching Hospital Hughes & Chestnut Funeral r ma c k and Mrs. Hermie various civic groups in a democracy there are my self respect. But I simply livered me and called an\

following an extended 'illness;:' Home, and Mrs. Saide Dorsey. both of Miami; and Mrs. Gainesville. It is now the task many points. of view, each didn't care. preach. I only spent
will be conducted today at 11 Mrs. Vi c:t Malphrus, St Peters of the state attorney to decide represented by various month in Ocala and I
But God delivered of all
a.m. from the AdamsviUe A.M :Funeral_ arrangements wilt be Starke died in ;. six nieces 10 grandchil whether he feels that any spokesmen. You chose to me free. \ _
that and He deserves all of
E. Church. Interment wilt'fo1-announced by Hughes & Chestnut spitaL.Sbe 11 great grandchildren legal technicalities have been nett quote of Dean Columbia Edward University.We W. Bar-. the,credit for it was nothing I now have my wik,and
low in the Levyville Cemetery Funeral Home. Dan Thomas a son -in-law. strained in the efforts put children back, I have been
choose to quote Senator short of a miracle. I'd been to
survived height atives and friends forth by these organizations to to Alcoholics granted a license to preach by.
Mrs. Allen is > DAVID STRONG pending' the are ask "Register and Get Out the Smathers. We do not quote the hospitals, Anony.
children, Charlton Allen, tlve!. to meet at the home of Mr. Vote.'* We do not feel senator because we entirely mous and to hospitals for alcoholics the Oak Hill Independent
compe-
Mrs. Ozella Williams, Charles Final rites for David Strong Home of Mrs. Arthur Robinson of and do not intend here to agree with his stand on civil and I'd be drunk Church of Fairbanks and assist
tent
Allen, Mrs. Terrecia Jones, Chiefland will be held today at S. E. 14th Ave., (Lincoln address ourselves to this Issuebut rights, but rather because we before I got home most of the Rev. George Tison whenever
!rs. Thelma Bowman, Mrs.'Rota 2:30 pjn.: from the Mt. BethelM. DAVID ) at 2:15 pjn. to form feel that he can hardly be time. possible and whereverelse
Lee Dunmore, Mrs. Lavenla E.. Church with the Rev. procession to the church. rather to argument for accused of the sort of "special that God might lead me

Barr Jessie Allen, a host of James officiating. services for David universal suffrage. motivation" attribute to I'd tried going to church on to speak. _
grandchildren and great-grand- Singleton, a pioneer citizen of Duncan Brothers, morticians, AH organizations which us. you several occasions, and I say My d e sire now, with God's

thildren other relatives and Interment will be made in {he the Jerusalem-Settlement, w Ill are in charge. have worked on voter registration Commenting on the civil "going to church" as that is help, is to try to set tip a plae*

!ri nds. Adamsville Cemetery under the' be held at the Atlas A.M. E. would we feel sure agree rights bill. Senator Smathers all I did as I bad never really for p e o p le such as I have

direction of White and Dorsey Church,there today at 1:30 pm. MRS. MARIE PITTS with you that the desired goalis said "I believe every citizen experienced a true relationship been, a place for alcoholicswho

ire The to family meet at and Mrs.friends Rosa locally LeeDunmore's ,i Funeral Home. with Rev. W. H. Walker officiat Mrs. Marie Pitts, of 28 S. E. a large and well-informed should vote.. And that with with God, I always held are really sincerely Inter..
'I to back back ested in God them
electorate. Where something to helping
speak
we. go
; house, 1033 SE 10th ing. Interment will follow in the 6th Ave., died Wednesday. more participation in the voting" ,
ARTHUR SMITH take tht desire to drinkas
I only for our own organization into sin with but God founda away ;
Home, and Mrs. Sadie Dorsey. Rhuda Branch Cemetery. Duncan .Brothers, moriticans, differ from the Sun's viewpoint process by all our citizens stopping point for me. He has from roe. He'can 1 -
D the church. The family and Funeral services for A r t bur many of the other inequities for if
'riends in.and around Chieflandire Smith of Starke will be held today He was a member of the local ,will ments announce later. funeral arrange. is that we consider regIstration would quickly disapPear...." I was put in our county jail turn anyone themselves they wholly win over-only,,

'to meet at the church. at 2:30 p.m. at the Church Pallbearers Lodge. j, the first step toward This year 1964, in which to serve a 150 day sentence.It's to HIm. .. -:
of God and Unity with Elder C. and educated electorate and Florida elects and not much time but "-
Hughes &: Chestnut Funeral Duncan Brothers, morticians, MRS. CARRIE SMITH for a governor. really, It would be a place thaf"ovflibe
Home hi charge. G. White officiating. He Is survived are in charge. two reasons: the United States a president time to stop and take accountof no 1- enomInation I, where:',-

by: a wife Mrs. Laura I Mrs. Carrie Smith, a pioneer 1. Citizens who are registered would seem a particularly significant myself and see myself as anyone can take-part 1::-

PERSALL DORSEY Smith of Starke, daughters Mrs. LEwIS.JACKSON citizen of the Brooker Settlement and can vote luve considerably time to conduct a God could see me, and it churches pastors, citizens;If; __ __

Leola Smith of Virginia, Mrs. died Thursday at her more incentive to drive for "more particination wasn't a pretty picture to see.I anyone is interested if helping-... _
Persall Dorsey, of 1008 NE Nelia Tolbert of California, one : Funeral services for Lewis I home. inform themselves regarding in the voting processes by all only served 50 of the days out with this project'either"

Sth Terrace, died April 2 inalmdaIe son Johnnie White of Nicholas, Jackson former citizen of candidates and issues than citizens our citizens." and was released to pay the with their personal help of fp"nanciaQy. '''' I
? Fla.. following Ga., one sister Mrs. Mary Jame Gainesville, will be held at the Duncan Brothers morticians, who are not registered The Board bf Directors other at so much a week. I ask their support-"-*"
He an .of Sumpter, S. C. Burial will fo!. Mt. Herman Baptist Church on will announce funeral arrangements and therefore cannot vote. ,Gainesville Women for Emial But God knew that I hadn't REV. CARLOS E. JOYNER.
tccident was a student at low in Peachvil$ Cemetery un-( Monday at 3 pm. He died at St. later. And Rights been there long enough, so it 304 S. E. 7th streetw




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UJ 0 IDED no''Ideal' Home for Florida Suggested Calendar Of EventsTODAY I



CAPE CORAL If 45 women, representing a cross sec April 13 Inn.

tion of Florida, met to design the ideal home .what Alpha Omicron Pi, Corpor- Auxiliary to Alachua County -

would be created from this collective pool of ideas? ation Meeting, 819 Panhellenic Medical Society, 9:30 a.m.,
THE
Mrs. Robert Klein, 1826 NW
I f miL Y Last week, 45 Florida women did exactly this at the Drive, 6:30 pjn. 12th Road.

_kg annual "Congress on Better Housing," at Cape Coral University Women's Club,

And in the process, they decided on a one and one-half Arts and Crafts Fair, 10 a.m. CHIMNEY

% story home, abundant in storage space and built-ins, three to noon, and 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., CORNERSby

Ruth Weimer . Women's Editor I dining areas, plush master bathroom and fireplace. Clubhouse, West NewberryRoad. BauettWALKER
a. But in addition to practical suggestions, which will be .

Sea Shells UsedIn incorporated into a home to be designed by four archi-I IS NW tth Av PIMM FR 24411"Furniture
tects and built at this waterfront community of 3,200 residents United Community Fund of To Uv Than WBA"POWERFUL A Joy

panel members of the McCall's Magazine sponsored Greater Gainesville, Board of
session agreed on several taboos. Directors, 4 pjn., Guaranty
Decor # Federal Savings and Loan.
Party PLUNGER CLEARS
at xx While agreement ran heavy on Florida homes being too American Association of
low and too level, panel members were of definite opinion Women CLOGGED TOILETSin
Board
University
Seashells of all sizes colors of ,
amaryllis were used in the that
contemporary design with Florida's unique indoor-out- Meeting, Mrs. H. E. Ellis, 4041 a JiffylNMI
and descriptions were used in corners of the room. door mode of living was excellent. Super modernity was NW 12th Avenue.

decorating for the Gainesville Sixteen tables of bridge and frowned upon.

Woman's Club bridge party at four tables of canasta were in Other suggestions were a greater variety of homes from University City BridgeClub

the clubhouse.Friday afternoon. play. Winner of first prize at which to choose, less plain stucco and more stucco and 7:30 p.m. University of

bridge was Mrs. L. C. Pittman; wood or brick combinations, front courtyards, doors on the Florida Faculty Club, West

Tallies were decorated with second prize, Mrs. Roland W. kitchen, window over the kitchen sink, importance of dish- Newberry Road

flowers made from tiny, varicolored Bryan and winner at canastawas washers and an additional one-half bathroom if the home Past Matron's Club, Gaines-
shells. On each table Mrs. A. R. Boyer. has a swimming pool. ville Chapter OES 8 t
,
a flower container made from Guests attending the .. p.m.;
party Mrs. Laverne E. Weaver, 2247
shells held a small arrange- were Mrs. H. C. Vreeland, Mrs. Ideally, the three dining areas would include one in the NW 15th Avenue.

ment of pansies. These were Charles Black, Mrs. J. E. Baker kitchen for breakfasts and snacks, a formal and sepa-

given as Bingo prizes to the Mrs. R.'V.Terry, Mrs. T. M. arate dining room for company or larger arrangementsand Gainesville Bridge Club,

winner at each table. i Reed, Mrs. Eugene Foster Mrs.C. outdoors for barbecue and informality. The second 7:30 p.m., Recreation Cen-

The tea table was centered E. Bell and Mrs. Etta HazeL floor of the home would be for children's rooms and ex- ter.

with red and white roses flanked Hostesses were Mrs. Carl H. Mrs. Robert Finkernagel, right formerly of Gainesville, tra storage area. TUESDAY, April 14 AGAIN that tick feeling

on each side by yellow roses Johnson, chairman, Mrs. received a certificate for participation in McCall Maga- The four architects who will design the home as suggested when your toilet v.rflow

arranged in Conch shells. Collections -Charles H. Becker, Mrs. L. G. zine's recent Congress on Better Housing at Cape Coral. by the women, are Harold Davis of Fort Myers; League of Women Voters 'TOILAFLEX:
of shells Mrs. is with Mrs. Davis .Gillies Bill Frizzell, Fort Myers Milton Unit Meeting, 8 p.m., Mrs.
were displayed Gramling Mrs. Albert H. Krez- Finkernagel pictured Harry ; Harry, Miami, and Thomas Toilet
on the tea table and on the dorn, Dr. Catherine J. Pucic Senior Editor of McCall's, left. Mr. Finkernagel was formerly Wheeler, Fort Myers, a graduate of the University of E. Lowe Pierce, 1822 NW 7th NS PlungerUnlike

stage. Two large arrangements and Mrs. Elbert Voss. general director of the Gainesville Chamber of Commerce. Florida. Place. does not ordinary permit plunder compressed ToUaJlu air or

Girl Scout, WECO Neigh- messy water to splash back or escape.


I Here Are Facts You Should Know About CancerBy Street.borhood Girl Scout Meeting House,, 810 9:30 NW a.m.8th, swishes With through.. DESIGNED Tbilaflex it down.the TO the doffing FLEX C fun n't AT pressure ANY miNt matt ANCLE plows and

WCTION-RIM STOPS SPLASHBACK
.
B'Nai Israel Sisterhood, 8 CENTERS ITSELF CANT SKID AROUND
VICTOR COHN suspicious. She should see her can Medical Association. that called his conclusions "ter- patients survived 10 years or part of a regular physical. p.m., Jewish Community Cen TAPERED dtttM TAIL filVCS AIR-TIGHT FIT
Cowles Staff Writer doctor in any case at least rible news*' longer. Regular breast selfexamination cenuina'T ftd$26SAI
Statistics Show
The facts about breast can yearly-and maybe oftener. At Memorial SloanKetteringin ALL SURGEONS AGREE greatly improves a wom- ter.Altrusa, 12:15 p.m. Holiday HARDWARE STORES tVMTWHMt

cer, doctors are reporting, are Breast cancer, in fact, is NO ONE CAN disagree with New York, reported Dr. Ran- that an operation often can give an's chances.

that it is no easy enemy, and "one of the most curable of this. Around 20 women in every dall, the five-year survival rateis even the incurable many years, Best Results

all medicine's attacks have fail- human cancers" when treated 100,000 die of breast cancer ev now 65.4 per cent "no matter sometimes up to 20, of relief! FOR BEST results

ed to lower its worldwide early and well, says Dr. HenryT. ery year, and have since 1930, how advanced the cancer, from pain and cancer's disfig- Dr. Michael Brennan ,of argues Henry
death rate.Doctors Randall, medical directorof statistics plainly show. it be I
provided can operated on urement. Ford Hospital Detroit, Mich., Need appliance ?
therefore are widely New York's Memorial Sloan- But Lewison also wrote that: at all. All agree heartily on the huge she should also see her doctor money

discussing the pros and cons Kettering Cancer Center.IT 1. Of all women operated on THE COMPARABLE. 1916 importance of the earliest pos- not just yearly but every six to

of various treatments.One IS ALSO THE MOST at Johns Hopkins between 1946 26 figure was only 40.6 per sible detection.The nine months. Get HFC

recently said none has common of all human cancers. and 1950, 52 per cent were cent; the 1940-43 figure, 54 per University of Minnesota He has studied breast can- an

Improved overall 'results in 30 One woman in 18 develops it alive after five years, 33 per cent. i Cancer Detection Center from cer growth rates, and found Big Purchase LoanFor
at some time. cent after 10 years. 1948-58 found 30 breast that certified
years. The radical said cancers some women as
The operation most commonly 2. The 52 cent represented mastectomy, you're
per examination of important purchase
on yearly 'free of cancer" will nonethe- any
Several this. Dr. Moore director of
strongly deny performed for it is called radical -I just an 8 percentage point George women over 45. Of 29 operatedon less harbor tiny specks of can- better off buying with cash. You can
Roswell Park Memorial Institute
They say as many as 80 per It has
mastectomy. sev- improvement. (up from 44 percent 27 90 per cent were cer tissue that no one can feel shop anywhere for the best '
cent of the Buffalo N. Y. "will cure'
women they oper- eral variations, but generallymeans in 15 ,
)
years. of cash
alive five years after bargains, take advantage
ate on now are still alive after removing the breast 3. in of 5 to 15 per cent more patients surgery. yet.Inside v
Surgeons many parts of the 29 had caving Get that cash from HFC
five years. plus certain nearby lymph the world report strikingly sim=; than any simpler operation (to Twenty-one no three to nine months,
Optimistic or simistic nodes. liar results remove only the breast and no :lumph node involvement yet however, they may become readily --repay conveniently. HFG
pes despite widely dif
I when their cancers were found. detectable and serves the money needs of more
tissues danger-
surrounding )
about their overall results, doctors Lymph nodes are little mass- fering treatments less drastic -
widely agree that: es which produce white blood operations, somewhatmore An Edinburgh, Scotland, sur- Twenty of them-95 per cent- ous.The than 2 million people a year.We'd

Breast cancer detected early cells. They are a common drastic operations, opera- geon has maintained in a were alive five years later. standard one-year exam- Eke to aenre yon.
The center also advises its
and promptly and adequately site of breast cancer spread.Dr. i tion plus radiation, even (in one report widely quoted in medi- i aminees "Examine ex- ination interval, Brennan main-
treated is highly curable in in- William Halsted, great report) radiation alone. cal circles that less dras- yourself tains, "brings patients to surgery
dividual patients. Johns Hopkins surgeon, orig 4. In breast cancer, there- tic surgery plus X-raying is as monthly, too, and see your doc- nine to 12 months later
tor right away if you find any- than the earliest Borrow up to $600
inated the radical mastectomy fore, the "best treatment" has good as radical surgery.A practical
The best in most "
hope cases
I found
Fourteen
thing. women "
Take to 24 months to
is prompt surgery, sometimesin nearly 50 years ago. It has I not yet been identified, and Mayo Clinic study (of all their own breast cancers by doing time. up repay
been in wide use for years, all many treatments apparently patients treated between 1941 DOCTORS today are also
conjunction with other treat so. Their five-year survival Ak clout Credit Life Insurance on Joan at group rates
ment. over the world.NonetheleS produce identical results -j and 1947)) denies this. It says rate after 86 trying new combinations of sur-
surgery was
$, breast cancer though, Lewison has amended eight in 100 women under age gery, X raying, anti cancer -
cent. HOUSEHOLD
'Examination death rates for the United hImself by saying since, it is 65 and 10 in 100 over 65 do bet- per Alert drugs and, in some cases FINANC.
Every woman should give States and other major countries -clear that "the very best treat- ter after the radical operation. Keep hormones and surgical removalof ---
herself a breast selfexamination have remained "surpris- ment is surgery at the earliest Patients who have "It's patient awareness, as glands (the ovaries and pit-

monthly ("Do it when you ingly unchanged" for the last possible time." added Dr. Moore have surgery, well as doctor awareness" that uitary) to seek to control can- U07 W. University Ave., 2nd Floor
more makes the difference Dr.
get your phone bill," says one 30 years. So wrote Dr. EdwardF. Several doctors have disagreed -than double the survival chanceof says cer growth. PHONE: FRanklin 6-4524 V
Victor E. Gilbertsen Detection
She doctor. Just as a reminder.") Lewison, now chief of the I'' with some of his figures, those who reject it. Before Center director. Many are urging wide and cooperative Seers: Jlonday tfcn Thursday 9JO ta SJO-Frkfcy t JO to 7 fJL x

should see a doctor with- Johns Hopkins breast clinic, in some spurred by a news report -Halsted's operation, added Dr. "Many patients still seek medical statistical studies to _
out delay if she finds anything a recent Journal of the Ameri-
(which Lewison better of differing
repudiated) Randall get comparisons
only 5 per cent of all help too late, says Buf-- : I I If 1 I III I tlu it! I ni AiII
treatments' results.
falo's Dr. Moore, a Universityof

Breast Examination: Eight Simple Steps .Minnesota Overall statistics surgical remain graduate. cer The, Dr.facts Michael about B. breast Shimkin can-of I '

the National Cancer Institute LI
poor, he believes, because surgeons -
generally see "relatively recently told fellow doctors, I INIT'ARKET

f few patients who can be cur- "should not encourage hopelessness -

..,.'" ed:' or disenchantment. But
. t Sit or stand in front of WHAT IS a "cancer detection"
r 1 your mirror with your arms re- examination and evaluation."
,. lazed at your sides and examine your breasts carefully exam? Medical
for any changes in size and shape. Look for ony pucker- A Minnesota State Medical and medical controversy dissatisfactionwith finally i 4 II f i Ohl li I j l! i istsssa IR/Y I I

I ing or dimpling of the skin, and for any discharge ore Association cancer committeehas methods-are .i4Thr. ,a..w n.ry
,. : change in the nipples. said it should include: ((1)) dicine's existing traditional me-of MINI? MARKETS V 4v
ear, nose and throat examination ways
...
hurrying improvements.They # 1 t .U'
; ((2)) palpation (touch) and

..! 2 Raise both your arms over your head end look for inspection of skin, abdomen, should discourage no

exactly the same things. See if there's been any change. neck, breasts, genitals and woman treatment from seeking medical prompt 1 DRIVE-IN SHOPP/NG/ I tom-}
or following
since you last examined your breasts. lumph node regions; (3) chest
; advice. OPEN 7 to 11 EVERY DAY!
X-ray; (4) blood tests, gastric
": Johns Hopkins Dr. Lewison
.
little
analysis (patients with or '
likely himself emphasizes this. The NEW LOW PRICES
no stomach acid are more -
to be cancer prospects) and need for impovement aside,

stool examination; (5) stomachand he says, "The many thousandsof

intestinal X-rays when indicated patients who are alive and PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR
.; 3 .. well today-cured of breast can-
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STOCK Late \ I I
Fla. WarnedOf FLASHES IIi II

MARKETNew i Nature Crafts Club At the I Boys' Club.
N. Y. ,last meeting of the Nature I I Hockey The Boys' Club

Stress York (AP) The Paso Natural Gas, up Va at 20 'Crafts Club, each member Hockey program starts April 14
stock market was slightly higher on 1,100 shares; General Elec. AllisChal 18% Int Pap planted several radishes in a I with boys reporting to be as-

in moderately active tradingat tric, up % at 86Ti on 1,200 AmAir 50T & window box. Just three days I signed to teams at the following
On
IndustryORLANDO the opening today. shares; and Ford up H at 55H Am Brk 53 Kais' later, the radishes began to times:
Gains of most key stocks on 2,000. AmBdPar 37 break the surface. For many I Cadets ((7 and 8) 4:00
(AP) A scholarof I were smalL I AmCan 43 Lig & of the boys, it was the first time Midgets ((9 and 10)) 4:30 ;
economic development warn- Opening stocks includ e d: Standard Oil ,(New Jersey)' AmCyan 62% Loch'd I they had seen something grow I Juniors ((11-13)) 5:00: f

ed Florida developers today Eastern Air Lines, up % at 42 & rose t to 85% on 4,000 shares. AT&T 138 that they had planted. A nature League play starts April 15. Applications -

against going overboard in their on 5,000 shares; American Telephone I Polaroid advanced 1% to 172& AmTob 35% crafts garden was on displaythe may be obtained at

drive for new industry.Dr. unchanged at 137 ,on on 1,400 shares.Unchanged Ampx Cp 17% past week at Woolworth's.The the Boys' Club.
4,000; and Electrical & Musical were Boeing, U.S. Anaconda 44% !!& club meets each Thursdayat Roller Skating Roller skating -
John of Princeton
Sly Industries, off H at TVs on 4,100. Steel and Pennsylvania Rail- Armour' 52 4:30 and is open to all Boys' is becoming popular now
University an authority on Sears, Roebuck gained % road. ACL 71% Club members. that basketball is over. Boys

economy and governmental at 106% on 2,700 shares. American Airlines rose % to B&O 42% Mont Baseball Clinics Attendanceis ,may skate on Monday and

problems, opened conference an industry with United Aircraft opened on 50! on 5,300 shares, Radio Corp. Beth SQ 37% Nat l mounting fast at the weekly Thursday at 4 p.m. and Satur-
development a &;ing45 Nat
that "no wants to 4,000()() shares, off Y\ at 48. was unchanged at 357/8 on 4,000. % I baseball clinics. The Cadets (7 day at 10:30: ajn.
warning turn Orlando St. one Sperry Rand, up U at 18 on On Friday the Associated Borden 72% N.Am and 8)) meet Thursday's at 4:00 Learn to Swim Look for in-
Petersburg or
3,000 shares., Press average of 60 stocks rose Brunswk 10% and the Juniors ((11-13)) meet formation soon about the
Tallahassee into another New-
ark Other blocks included: E 1.0 to 303.9. Cater Tr 61% Pa each Saturday at 10 o'clock. All Gainesville Sun Boys' Club of
Jersey City or Trenton. Celanese 71 Pep ] I. Joys* Club members are invitedto Gainesville, Learn to Swim program -

The conference, which attracted Chrysler 43% Phil i attend these clinics and get coming.. in June.
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some 75 Florida business and Dirksen Holding RocaCola 127% Phffl the jump on the baseball season (AdVertisement)
industrial leaders to the opening Com Ed 43% RCA The Boys' Club Buddy WHO ARE CHINA'S BEST
Con Edis 85% Rep CUSTOMERS?
session Baseball sponsoredby
was sponsored jointlyby program
the Florida Council of 100, Cont Can 46% the Gainesville Jaycees The nations that do the most

the Florida Development Commission Dow Che 72% Rey officially begins May 16. II business with Red China are

and the Florida Indus- Rights Fight Key duPont 261 St Indian Clubs-After two weeks Hong Kong, Canada, Australia,
EAL 41% and Great
trial CounciL Singapore Malaya,
Development i of inactivity because of the Pan
E. Kodak IZT/a Sears Britain and in that
In the opinion of some experts cake and Adventure Day, Japan or-
Day
Dr. Sly, after listing Florida's Ntm VnfIt {!;btttS Firestone 39%
these two changes would the Apache and Seminole Indian -' der.Looking
economic advantages said, By ANTHONY LEWIS Fla Pw 46% for more customersfor
effectively m a k e title 7 a voluntary Clubs will resume their
"There is a question, however, WASHINGTON The course affair, without the forceof Fla P&L 72% The Apaches meet your business? Place your

of how much industrializationyou of the Senate civil rights debate meaningful law. Some said it Ford 55% each programs.: Saturday at 2 p.m. and offer where customers are looking -
want Sixteen cent of this week waits Everett McKinley Frmst Da 10% St
per on would be more candid to kill the the Seminoles meet each Satur- for you. .Gainesville Sun
nonagricultural employment is Dirksen of Illinois, the I title entirely. Frept Sul 38% StO Classified Ad section. To be
day at 3
p.m. I
now in manufacturing.ould Republican leader. Frueh Tr 30% sure your offer is before 17,000
you like to see it 25, 30, 40, or Gen Dyn 29% Swift I Junior Sheriffs Club Members -Gainesville Sun readers, j just
Senator Dirksen has said he ,
) of the Junior Sheriff's Club
50, per cent? Secret Rail Gen El 86% dial 372-8441 for an experienced
will disclose Tuesday
on or are to be congratulated for the
Fds 88% Thikol
Gen account
"And while the Florida Council -Wednesday his considered posi- Gen Mills 38% U ) fine job they did in parking cars representative.
of 100 is steadily pushing this tion on title 7 of the Housepassed and handling the traffic on Pancake '
Unit
Talks AreResumed Gen Mtrs 82 :
ratio up, would it be wise to legislation. This title would Goodrich 58% Un Day. Ed McClellan Club WATCH'FOR
have another Florida Council of outlaw employment discrimination US advisor said that all members
57%
100 equally dedicated to the development by unions or companies in Greyhnd ,. took an active part in parkingcars. SWARMINGOR
Gulf Oil 54% Univ
and preservation of interstate commerce. % : This was part of their
Int Harv 71
Florida's great natural and social The D irk s en position could Int Nick 76% regular training in law enforce
values which, in spite of all well decide the fate of Title 7. WASHINGTON (AP-In virtual ment and organization. The

of the impressive economic in- In fact, the outlook for the whole secrecy. rail management club meets each Wednesday at 1

dices, is what really brings people -I,bill may be significantly affected and labor representatives resume ( 7:30. I

here." I by the maneuvering over the issue-by-issue bargaining r"I) Story ,Hour Story hour will
fair employment section.Of today: a stone's throw from the not to be held April '8 because
Dr. said Florida's beaches
Sly White House, knowing that failure Meet I
swimming, fishing and scenery all the titles in the bill, this to 25 could of exams and holidays
agree by April -
at the University but will resume -
"are your big selling points." has the most opposition in the touch off a coast-to-coast strike. -
Senate. A majority of the Senate's The April meeting April 25.
The negotiators are working ( .
Scouts Lee
33 Republicans would justas chua County Boy Roby was
Baker Case .under a temporary truce effected recently presented a as the
cup
soon see it out of the legisla- ation will be held
tion entirely, and some border by President Johnson and Juchholz Junior II : Most Outstanding Scout for the BETTER STILL .

and western Democrats agree. under the guidance of a presi auditorium. A past six months in the Boy LET .

'Muzzling9Try Thus the inclusion of the titleas dentially arranged five-man color films on hunting I Scout Troop 80 which meets at

it s t a nds could well jeopardize team of special mediators. The ida will start at 8. the Boys' Club each Thursday I
the possibility of obtainingthe sessions began at the Whit The program will I at 7:30. Scoutmaster, Harry. I Florida II Pest II I

ClaimedWASHINGTON necessary two thirds voteto House and have moved across by a short business Parkhurst, and Assistant Scout-
the street to the Executive Office master, Jim Shields, cited Lee
close debate on the cut ire ; with_discussion. on !
(AP-Don B. Building so the President the payne's Prairie I for his work, dependability and I I Control I

Reynolds, a local insurance, bill.A leading southern opponent, can pop in and otherwise make on conservation, leadership.
man who injected PresidentJohnson's Sen. John Stennis, D Miss., the two sides aware of his in fishing issues to be I Woodshop Bill Goeller, Boys'
I terest. in the 5 elections. Club instructor is Check Your Home
name into the Senate said in a radio interview Sunday May woodshop I .
investigation of Bobby Baker, that as long as the,employment' Lee Pankratz, busy setting up work schedules .m-' -- '-
claims a Johnson aide tried to title was in, "they do not have I By arrangement, White House ACSA, said tickets for boys who plan to enter the I! i : i. : ''. -_, ,
quiet him and Baker advised the votes to impose cloture on us press secretary George Reedy; sale tonight for the Gainesville Jaycees Derby,I .
him to go into hiding. and pass that bill." II is the sole source of information I becue dinner to be July 11. The event will be for "

Senator Stennis went on to abopt the bargaining and except urday. Price for the -boys 11-15 as of August 1, 1964. .
Reynolds said these alleged hint that the southerners might for word that issue-by-is one dollar for adults Sponsors and costs will be fur-

muzzling attempts were made even oppose an amendment to sue bargaining was under way cents for children nished by the Jaycees. Entry
when he began cooperating with and that both sides showing FREEI
delete the title, on the ground were teen. blanks may be obtained at the
Sen. John J. Williams, R-Del., that such a change would make "a sincere desire to settle The dinner is open I -
whose own probe of Baker he has been reluctant to lie well TAKE CHANCES?
the bill as a whole easier to passon as as I i in INCOME TAX I
touched off the inquiry by the He said they would haveto details.It members who attend PHONE FP
pass.
Senate Rules Committee. John- gible for door prizes GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS I
consider the proposition of would be an "utmost ex :
son then was vice president. voting to remove what was ercise in futility" to try to predict -!away. Tickets may I 6-2661

Reynolds' story as given by "really our best chance to defeat an outcome Reedy said by calling 372-1426, or _

him on the interview program it." Sunday. He did venture _the ing tonight's meeting .I 1328 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924

"From the People," taped for Last week Senator Dirksen put view that the mediators obviously -sociati n. The public ; -- -- - -

broadcast by Radio Press Inter to a Republican meeting so m e I must have felt some optimism -to attend this meeting. I' VOTE FOR

national: drastic amendments to title 7. when they decided to
The two most important would I bring the opposing parties into SmoJcey Says: W. S. "Tiny"
"When it (cooperating with
require the new federal,commission -the same conference room. I in I
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Williams) first started I received :- :
_ to defer to state fair
any I
The mediators had been shuttling uP
a call from Mr. George
employment and would 1 TALBOTSUPERINTENDENT
agency
Reedy (now White House press make individuals rather than from one side to the other I

_ secretary) and he contacted me the commission sue over any before bringing the rail executives -
In my downtown office in Wash discrimination it could not end and brotherhood chiefs I of I
ington and informed me that he by mediation. face to face Sunday afternoonThe OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION
had had the president (sic) in session continued into the ,
.I
contact with him and that pos night.
Hussein Visit '
sibly it would be better for me I This last-ditch round of negotiation Alachua County
to refrain from making any: UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. apparently is the only EXPERIENCED CAPABLEOne

statements at all. That he would (AP) King Hussein of Jordan possible source of solution to
release all information pertainIng will call on SecretaryGeneralU the tangled work rules dispute. Promrse Positive and Aggressive Leadership

to the insurance on the previously Thant April 17 and be his Johnson has exhausted all presidential Businesslike With A Smile ,
PULL LEVEL 24AAdvert1zeme.t
Sen. Johnson. guest at a diplomats' luncheon. actions provided by existing -

Hussein will visit the United legislation and Congress ;.
As for Baker, Reynolds quot- ( )
ed the onetime Senate page boy States' at .invitation of President -is reluctant to get entangled in]

'who became secretary, to the Johnson. the subject again.Many Carelessness She was supposed to get a president has extended an invi- Asthma Formula Prescribed

Senate Democrats and built a tation to the entire city to see

business fortune before resigning the Club in Most By DoctorsAvailableNow
:,,.,< Boys' action Tues
.W't M*. L./ ';
under cloud last Octoberas : 1'' ;
a bLA''I' day 7
beginning
warning him: "You get out More About !stx iji tlie'c a.: From Page 1 Vol unteer and p.m.regular staff Without PrescriptionStops
of town and out of town "R I
stay .- .... ,' win have all program in opera Attacks in Minutes .. Relief Lasts for Hours I
for a couple of weeks. He'll I ', .' Staff
: : 'Y.;,. tion. members will be introduced :NTerkf. T.(SfwUD-Tbe asthma -in tiny tablets called Primt.nt9.
'
(Williams) get you and the rest : :., .' 4.j. ?"--j \, and their duties formula prescribed more than any These Primaten Tablet
of us into jaU. i : .*" .,.,.,,. ,">, <'.. .. ..;..,.., ,,4" V""' -.._.... #, ,.;_ '\. \, T explained other by doctors for their private bronchial tubes, loosen eongeitior.pn
patients II BOW available to asthma relicT taut nervous ten tic n. All
The White House declined who feel a strong bond to one experts .in the field of ad obligingly signed her as trich-Uke attitude because they I The open house festivities will sufferers Medical without tests proved prescription.this formula without painful injection*.

comment on the Reynolds interview I another, who are going steadybut social behavior feel that college being in her room on campus are afraid to stir up a scandal" conclude the special Boys' Club tops asthma attach in minutes and 3 The medicine secret i.-Primatea.(ia full prescription ewnbinti

and efforts to reach Baker may fall out of love and in administrators, for all defensive -every night We heard similar says Judge Jennie Loitman Bar- Week Program. fives hours of painful of freedom asthma from spasms.This recurrence strength) found mOlt effective m
were unsuccessful. with someone else next year. statements are not dong stories at several Midwesternand ron of the Massachusetts Superior formula is so effective thatit combination for asthma diltr.lI.
.
Thus, they may find themselvesin nearly enough to stem the' California institutions.At Court. "Just lately, I I Campus CutupLOS prescription is the physician's-*. cf.leading when used asthma as Each So look performs forward a tpieal\.o sleep parpo at night

Week several love-and-sex matches tide of sex on campus. They I' Harvard recently Dean ,have seen an appalling number directed that now it can be sold- and freedr from ajthma '511II.
Library before graduation.A point out that they have become I John U. Monro said that visits of superior girls in trouble.. ANGELES (APSpringtime without prescription in most states Get Frimatenc at any 1Jllwr..

student leader at a famous, increasingly liberal about by co-eds and other women to These are not the skid-row girlsof i exuberance pops up in curious -'
Being MarkedAt the of former times but the [ ways among youthful
women's college told us she had permitting visiting boys men's dormitories have become"a creamof
sampled undergraduate opinion and girls in each other's dormi- the crop girls from comfortable -members of the species Homo
license to use the college
Williston about premarital sex and came tories and apartments, sometimes rooms for wild parties and sex- backgrounds, girls sapiens. Here's the latest.
with distressing results. whom colleges have Amid grunts, groans and
up with these results: carefully
ual intercourse. He warned IIOIEY
WILLISTON National Li- They also insist that the rulesof selected for admission." gasps for air, the Phi Kappa i
Ninety-two percent of those that a crackdown was imminent Theta fraternity at Loyola University
social restraint which
Week is observedby are Judge Barron these coeds -
brary being questioned approved of sex relations because of the indiscretions of says claimed a record Sundayby
applied particularly to girl students -
Williston Public are getting into trouble because -
the
Library.
for engaged couples or the "few" who abused room stuffing 32 of their leanest
and encompass such their colleges give them Just tell! us how'much
During National Library at least wouldn't disapprove. things, as night curfews sign- privileges.At more freedom than is good for,members into a standardsizeauto you need to pay old Cut y.. ...2".&, Cttfevoa ...24-.tr I:
Week, which began yesterday, Sixty-five -percent said they ap- outs, etc. are so widely the University of ifary- them rend because the men's sedan. bills. for home improvements Rtccrve ".'_1Ib I.Clive,1'/IIIU 1
Mrs. Robert Philpot, the librarian proved of sex if the couple felt breached at certain colleges land, Dean Helen E. ClarK an- colleges behav- I car repairs iii'sitoo: J42800: : !
are tolerating for all
is inviting local families to they were in love but didn'twind they mght just as well be discarded -:nounced that she was going to ior which is "immoral" and I CHIMNEY i i seasonal expenses.your 269.00 16.00 I 537.00 ,Jt.oo

come into the library at the city up as man and wife. Eight I in toto. tighten controls on overnight does great damage to the male I CORNERS I Phone for prompt, _L3'38.00l 20.00 0000 34.39 I .

hail and see the best in preschool percent said that college girls Girl students in many cases absences by co-eds because of students' female partners. fry lasMttWALKER courteous. service. ''fM1tS Mod taUitit ud prilciiJ.i .
should
books for have freedom to do any- the "number of of student
books story blithely sign that they are going cases
beginning readers and books of thing they pleased without adult home for the weekend when in partying in town apartments, TOMORROW: Abortion U NW am A**. ...... FR s-M2t LOANS UP TO $600

interest to older children and controls.A fact they are heading for a boy considerable imbibing of alcohol "often the "way out" for college "Furnlturt Ta Uv That W1t?.A- Joy : '

their parents. survey of the senior class of friend's off-campus apartment and lack of moral bebaylor. girls In trouble. .l FAMII! : I

Mrs. Philpot urges each member Columbia University prepared: The girls also have their classmates ." LUNCH .... 65c up I! i :

of a family to register to by the college yearbook, disclosed ., collaborate in doctoring Unlike' Harvard and Mary-, One Full Pound DINNER ....S5cw, ; alI2lL ,
borrow Ubrary books. that 83 percent of those night stay-out records. land, however, officials at other, 4/S4. :: ',' FINANCE SERVICE
Library hours are 2:30 to 5:30 polled were in favor of pre- One girl at a New England colleges tend to keep patterns: KC SirloinSteak :& '!; ALFORD'STOWER 'I of Gainesville, INC. :

pjn. Monday through Friday marital sexual relations. Only college told us that she hadlived of misconduct hidden from public )I A ,I HOUSE : i

and.:.,9:30 a.m.. to 12:30 pjn. on 13 percent were opposed:and.-4 with a boy friend for an scrutiny., I $195 'Wi L UNIVERSITY I t 204 S. E. first Street ... .. .FR 64661tS I '
Saturdays. percent undecided.,; entire while her friends "Theseofficials.bave.an i'210 J JII t
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DEAR ABBY HAVE SCIENCE Kwoo PROJECT 7HAT tall BE BOOS ANP 0U65 ANDBTTERIES THAT'S IT !

,.,' f 11'i BUR AT SCHOOL-, CRI6MAL! AND 60 DIFFERENT AND MICE AND KDS AND AIL Cf
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M/bala t.ur problem? For a seami I tea 7 THAT} HL BE CECTAiN TOWN( ( THATSVFF-.rVE 60T1D7HINKOFORTWOAKJD
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,. Pros and Cons rp\r.\ write I* Abby, Box 3365.B ;:J !!

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DEAR READERS: A few weeks ago, the following letter instead of stopping to care for the dog he hit in the road. WhenI AGAIN-NA DISCUSS TENTATIVE WE CANT BE MARRIED SN y
MONTHtY -- WEDDING DATES TENTATIVEABOUT IN ONE F
appeared in my column: was young (and pretty stupid). I struck a dog on the high- DRA6TAIL// J WEEK II .gti 4,uv

"Dear Abby: way. I stopped and tried to get the injured animal into my car ANYTHING!' 4oa

"Today, while I was on a school bus, the driver hit a dog. so I could take him to the vet's. He was slightly mad and, in ..

All of us kids told him about it and he just said, 'I am aware'of his.frenzy, bit me badly on the face. I had to have 16 stitches

that. He didn't even stop to see if the dog was dead or not. in my cheek. That was 23 years ago, and I still carry a very t 1 GOO,, t vim .
None of us kids could do a thing. ugly scar. Smart people don't,go near injured animals. They ivy 1t oti 'O'

LOVES DOGS IN KOKOMO, IND. report them to the proper authorities at the first opportune Z a.

I replied: moment. = .9 t ,

K "DEAR LOVES DOGS:' LEARNED A LESSON IN KENT, O. <
"The bus driver should have stopped and done what he c
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could' for the poor animal. Had the driver been alone, the

crime would not have been less, but to have set such a cac:
poor N ,
DEAR ABBY: If that bus driver in Kokomo had stopped to sPORE
example for the school children is inexcusable." ..... 4 rrW 4. H.w.r
investigate the injured dog, can you imagine what could have
Hundreds of letters in. Here few
poured are a :
happened if some of'the school children followed him out of '
DEAR ABBY: Are you nuts or something? A school bus the bus to investigate also? Perhaps the bus driver would PAWl! GIT IN BED AM OH.BLESS THEY JEST KNOCKED

driver Is prohibited by law from stopping his bus and gettingoff have been responsible for a couple of dead children. BLESS THEM HE'S FLIPPED )'LL RUN FETCH THEIR STILL MY BIGGEST
to leave his bus unattended. That bus driver was only M NEWNITED STATES L HIS GIZZARD TH'I DOC -; CHOPP1N COM-PETTY TORE "
MOTHER OF SIX Q BONES!:! OUT OF BIZNESS1
doing his job, and I think you owe him an apology. REVENOOERSt!! i.

BUS DRIVER IN MASON CITY IA. e .
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DEAR ABBY: I love dogs, but if one gets in my way whenI DEAR ABBY: Although the bus driver did the right thingin 3.l

am driving, it's his funeral. My brother once put his brakeson not stopping I think he could have said more than, "I am

suddenly to avoid hitting a dog on a highway, and he banged aware of that" when the children told,him be had bit a dog. : :

his mouth on the steering wheel, breaking off four healthy Had he explained that he could not stop, but would report the

front feeth. He came very close to involving two other cars accident as soon as he got the children to their destination, : l

in what could have been a serious accident. he would have put the children at ease and not have given G 4 e; ) ..

BURT F. IN SAN FRANCISCO them the impression that he didn't care whether he had killeda 1a

dog or not. z

DEAR ABBY: That bus driver was smart to go right on COMPASSIONATE IN OWENSBORO, KY.

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my youngest BAN Cf CONORDERS.... CROSS THE BORDSK M TW;.OPPOSITE WAS THG "
these days. Everyone has decided descending on us with their off- and somewhat discour one, started to scream that 4T3 VERT MEET KOTAUCTOM5A WR5 1 TIONSHETUENSCtrTHE! BST NAME m /,
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bring their children to Washington -' has been a worthwhile exper- "How's it going?" we asked so we all went back to the ho F-1 i i TOR7URDUS : 4 HER. CH1U7 HOSWfiS...

and show them their govern- ience. Well, almost everyone. the father of two boys aged 12 tel." I 0.. .TH.JOIJUlEYI e P6''" t AMNN1S/AW Y AT YOOK nI ( r

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CINCINNATI (AP-An over-

Masters Triumph Wwy et,,' awt flow crowd of 32,000 fans was
expected to jam Crosley Field

Monday afternoon for the 1964
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y National League baseball opener

between the Cincinnati Reds

Arnie Wins I * I IHere's and Houston Colts.

Game time was 2:30 p.m.,

Golf Classic Arnie's SuchA EST and the Weather Bureau
Why said the "scattered heavy show-

ers and thundershowers" predicted -

Fourth TimeBy for Monday would be

Hero U.S. Fans JIM MALONEY over by the time the familiar Monday, April 13, 1964 8
to
JIM BECKER Big Jiorls for Reds "play ball" is sounded.

Associated Press Sports Writer ) Cincinnati traditionally gets to

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP-Not so 2frui Jerk Times Bobby Jones cal gifts. His game is based on inaugurate each new season be

long ago, there was a golf was a great power, not finesse. But he does I- :: cause it is the home of the first
For
champion everybody liked. He most professional golfers, ?Ian have boldness, boldness breeds :--1r TT professional baseball team. The ,
the their sport is a contest of skill hero, but go H and is the' other eight National League
won big tournaments and fallibility, fallibility
did impossible things. -man vs. man and man vs. the was a rIch In Theman's curse of every Sunday duffer. } teams swing into action Tues- : Finley Says His

Soon he was rich and famous. elements. It is a livelihood. Andit game in Every shot is a challenge. As i day.

Then he didn't win any big is hard work. his day and the News one observer put it, "Palmer -i Manager Fred Hutchinson

tournaments or do impossible public placed plays golf the way most people Jim 23
any For Arnold Palmer it is all him picked Maloney, game Porch RemainBy
on a pedestal. to
things for a while, and people shoot c rap s. He never winner last year, to start for
said he didn't know how to, these and it is also perpetual Ben Hogan was a great hero plays safe. He plays dynamic, Cincinnati. Houston Manager

said he challenge. Palmer met the and wisely respected, but pub- emotional s4
anymore. They was too exciting, unpredict- Harry Craft tabbed Ken John-
rich, and besides he couldn't latest challenge by becoming lic respect turned to warmth only able golf. He charges down the son, veteran right-hander and JIM VAN VALKENBURG 'er, I'm concerned. Yankee dom

putt like he used to. I the first four-time winner of the after a near fatal automo- fairway, almost running to make knuckleball specialist, as his Associated Press Sports Writer ination could reach the point of
bile accident. Palmer is a hero S Y KANSAS CITY (AP)_"It's a no return. They win because
Even Arnold Palmer heard,Masters Tournament, perhapsthe his next shot, and thousands of starter. Johnson, a former Red, "
the_ stories. most prestigious in golf. He to all, the darling of an era in Walter Mittys rush with him. was 11-17 in 1963. matter of principle, Charles 0. their hitters learn to take ad-
Finley of his short home of the stadium with
which television has put golf in- says vantage
has met so challenges so Barber
many Jerry a leading ,
"The question mark was as to millions of homes. pro Vur. The only newcomer in the run porch, "to finally bring the .cheap homers.
well that he has become the said "Palmer tothe
.
in mind in once goes right
big my as anybodyelse's How did Palmer become sucha probable Cincinnati startingline Yankees in line. The outspoken "Why shouldn't there be a
first universal hero of his
when I stepped up to the sport Pied Piper? He doesn't have throat of a course, and then up will be rookie Chico Kansas City owner plans another screen in Yankee Stadium to
and the first mil
to approach he shakes it to death. But
first tee here, Palmer said, lionaire's status from off-the- Jone's stylish strokes. He go- Ruiz. He'll be at third base and move today with the same !compensate for the homer distance

after he won his fourth Masters sidelines.HavlS. doesn't have Hogan's mechani- for-broke golf has pitfalls, too.'aimer .I bat second. goal of less than the 325 feet in
course
Golf Tournament over the Augusta once took a 12 on one Finley made it clear he has the rule book? In Boston it's

National Course Sunday."It hole, and everyone who has had KEN McBRIDE Craft will field a team of no intentions of giving up his effort only 315 to left, but the wall is

was like checking out an trouble breaking 90 felt a little .Angels' starter young players and veterans. to demonstrate-with ply- 37 feet high, not 51 inches as in

airplane with new spark plugs.I GHS Tops Ocala closer to him. board fences, paint and tempo the stadium.

wasn't sure how they would ughitallPabnerhas retained Johnson Toss rary bleachers-what he feels Admits Intent
the touch. He to f
function. common I Ihis are the inequities of New York'sYankee "Certainly, my porch Is
chats with He fl i
everyone. e s Stadium.
Z Led The against the Intent of the rule,
All Way Bows Jackson plane from one tournamentto Ford Frick, commissioner of
to
They worked. Palmer shot but what about the Yanks? The
another and he detoured First Ball' baseball
once and Joe Cronin, presi-
rounds of 69, 68, 69 and 70 ftr Todayancient rule says 325 to the pole, not the
I hundreds of miles to give a dent of the American League, nearest fence and I'm within

results 276, and achieved the following: Gainesville High School base morrow night at Harris Field stranded serviceman he didn't :ordered Finley in stern words to the rule. I can't operate on in.

: ball team split two games over: against Daytona Beach Main-; know a'ride home to visit an ailing By W. B. RAGSDALE Jr. ritual, dating back more 'take down his "pennant porch tent."

He led all the way. the weekend, downing Ocala .7-1 land. I parent. Associated Press Writer than a half century. Johnson is I a green and yellow nearreplicaof Frick indicated it was a mat-

He had the second lowest total on Friday night and losing to John Combs hurled a twohit- Palmer is 34 years old, 5 feet WASHINGTON (AP) President the 10th president to honor the the right field sector in Yan- ter of principle with him, too, as

in :the 31-year history of the Jacksonville Jackson 6-2 Satur- ter in the victory over Ocala.I' 11 inches and 183 pounds. He Johnson, an old hand at tradition.In kee Stadium, where the foul line he declared, "there's only one

Masters.He day aft ern oon. Both games 3HS jumped off to a 2-0 lead has a tanned, handsome face making a pitch for votes, makes homer distance is 296 feet. interpretation and I make that.
keeping with the tradition
had the second largest victory were played on the road. in the first I with a new kind of pitch today-one ,
inning on singles by a winning smile. He has the opener in Washington is a No Hint There's no hearing, no appeal,
margin, six strokes. Defending The split left GHS' record at Jim Culpepper, Pete Roberts the forearms, shoulders and pening up the 1964 American day ahead of the rest of the I Finley gave no hint of his next no nothing."

champion Jack Nick 4-7 with a game slated here to- and Ricky Guenther had a sac back of a blacksmith, but he League baseball season.A American League. move Sunduy, saying "first I

laus was second at 282, along rifice. tapers to a 2-inch; waist. His tall right-hander who describes want to give Mr. Cronin and

with touring pro Dave Marr. I In the third the 'Canes added light brown hair is receding. himself as "an old first Ken McBride of Los Angeles, Mr. Frick the courtesy of a
"
He didn't three putt a green Crush another on Culpepper's second i He was a chain smoker until baseman, Johnson has predicted -a right-hander, and Washington phone call, which is more than

until the 10th hole of the final I hit, second sacrifice bunt by Lee I January when he quit smoking he will handle the job left-hander Claude Osteen will they gave me.

round, when the issue had already -I Warriors Summerlin and a single by Bri- 'entirely. He quit endorsing creditably.After take up the pitching chores "I'm trying to be nice and .

been decided.He an Hipp. GHS added three in cigarettes, too, but he still lends the ceremonial toss, Los where Johnson leaves off. within the rules but I have more Paid Advertising

won $20,000 in prize the fourth on walks to Steve Leg-.his name to sports clothing and Angeles and Washington, a pairof Best known of the new facesin moves in mind, if they can't see

money, and struck what should Tie SeriesBy gett and Howard Hamilton and I golf equipment, soda pop and tailenders hoping for better the Senators' line-up today the fairness of this."

amount to a million dollar blow an inside the park homer by catsup, laundry service and things, will play the first gameof will be Bill Skowron, former "My manager, Ed Lopat, wasa

for Arnold Palmer Enterprises, MIKE RECHT Combs. The final GHS run in maid service. the season.A New York Yankee first base- great pitcher with the Yan

which manufacture almost Associated Press Sports WriterST. the fifth came on an error, walk Golf is in Palmer"s blood. He' sellout crowd of 45,000 Is man obtained from the Los Angeles kees," Finley said. "I've talkedto !

everything but baby food and and single by Leggett. was born Sept. 10, 1929, in Latrobe expected at D. C. Stadium under Dodgers.The others. It's a fact you have
caskets. LOUIS (AP) The St. Pa., the eldest of four variably cloudy skies, in mild Angels also will have a to pitch differently in Yankee
GHS 2-0 lead
opened a on
did
Louis Hawks
everything
children weather with temperatures new first baseman Joe Adcock
(two boys and two Stadium than the other nine
Jackson in the second but
and the San Francisco inning I
Non-Smoker right reaching up near 70 degrees. who to Los
girls) and the only golfer in the came Angeles along parks. It's unfair.
And he struck the biggest Warriors did everything wrong the Tigers exploded against foursome. Mildred J. (.Deacon_ !), There is a chance of occasional with pitcher Barry Latman in a "The show hasn't changed In
in the National Wayne Rick for four in the --- buylIES -
Sunday night
runs showers
late in the
since day. deal that
blow sent
to cigarette smoking P a 1 m er, his father, has been power hitter Leon 18 years in the American
they locked Sir Walter Raleighup Basketball Association playoffsand fifth and went on to win. 'groundskeeper since 1921 and The presidential pitch is an Wagner to Cleveland. League," he said. "As an own-,
in the Tower of London. the score showed it: The 'Canes' runs came on a and top service./
head
Palmer quit smoking on Jan. St. Louis 123, San Francisco double Guenther by and Roberts another, singled single by by pro Country since Club.1933 at the Latrobe IN GREAT BRITAIN Contact me todayl

27, and his resultant struggleswere At the
95.Warriors' age of 3 Palmer got a
Leggett 117 N.E.
almost as public as the Coach Alex Han- set of sawed off
clubs. At 7
courtship of Elizabeth Taylor."I num summed it up: "There's !I Three singles, a walk, two er- he broke 55 for nine holes and, Soccer 16th Aye.
just isn't much can do in a rors and a fielders choice gave Scandal
block about you Betting
had a quitting.It like that. !Jackson four runs in the fifth. 112 he broke 40. At 14, in his PhoneFRanklin
seemed to affect my play game first high school match, he shota
;The Tigers added another in
around the greens. Now I've The outcome sent the clubs 71. He entered Wake Forest
back to San Francisco to settle the sixth on an error and field
licked that Palmer said. College on a golf scholarship in Looms
the Western Division best-of- ers choice. as Major Disaster 2-0444
Palmer opened play Sunday 1947, left for a three year
ers choice. The four runs in the ,
seven final set Thursday. Each -
with a five stroke lead over hitch in the Coast Guard, returned -
team has three victories. fifth snapped a string of score-
young Australian pro Bruce less innings for Rick that had in 1954 and quit just SHEFFIELD, England (AP) Peter Swan, Sheffield Wednes- Ralph Turlington
the Hotspur. Kay was due to meet
Devlin, and six over Marr. The winner meets Boston, short of a degree.In .
reached 18 in a row. I -Police investigations start today I day's center half and veteran of
Nicklaus, the big Ohioan who Eastern Division playoff cham 1954 he won the U. S. amateur into with Everton's directors this t saoseCTATE ,
Combs will hurl t o morrownight's a soccer betting scan- 19 international matches.
in another best-of-seven
won two of the four big titles pion, windup game for G H '' championship. That year, dal ,that threatens a major I David Bronco Layne Wednes- morning. He told newsmen he FARM '_

last year just missed a third, series for the NBA title. against Mainland.G.H.S. SI'he also met Winifred (Winnie) disaster for Britain's national .day's high scoring center, for- denies The People's charge in MOM Mutual Officti ArtMwtn lUaoariiictsa*lisuraac,Wigt)
St. Louis utilizing quick Walzer
had never got started in this I a quiet, attractive bru- sportSoccer entirety.
hands that stole the ball repeatedly ab h Ocala ward.
tournament and was nine r ab r h nette from Bethlehem, Pa.
and led to fast break Culpepper, cf 4 2 2 Wilson, ss :312 authorities launched These three, The People said,
strokes back, after rounds of 71, easy Deal cf 000 Morrow, e :300 Palmer, bold even in those days, their AUTO FINANCE
baskets, stormed by the Warriors Summerlin, rf 2 0 0 McNeal. If :300 three own investigation alongside backed Sheffield Wednesday to
73 and 71. proposed days after meeting 1
rf 0 DO Sutton Ib 300 the
for halftime police probe. Football lose against Ipswich in first
a 59-33 bulge. Hipp, 2b 401 Glisson, cf-p 200 her. They were married that a DIVISION OF
67 For Nicklaus That settled the issue as the Roberts SS 421 Moore 2b 200 insiders were saying it seemed division match in December .ae, GENERAL FINANCE CORP.

Young Jack, the main threatto Hawks never let up after the Guenther-1 Pavelka, 1b! :300 302 Stephens Stevenson,rf rf 200 1 0 0 winter. have two inevitable that several top play- 1962. Kay then still was a member V Can Refinance
They now
Arnie's throne, ripped off a intermission. I Leggett 3b 21 1 Hammeh., 3b 200 daughters ers will be barred from the of the Sheffield side. Your Present Car and/or
Hamilton. If 21 0 Hller p 100 -Peggy, 8, and Amy, 5 anda
final round 67, including a driveon Wilt Chamberlain, who Fuller. If 000 King. p 100; game for life. Wednesday lost. The three Advance Additional Cash

the 15th hole that must have crushed the Hawks with 50 I Combs..p.... 2711:311 Te alas...cf... 2312 000ratals ranch house overlooking the The storm erupted with an players won heavily but could On Our Special Low Rates

carried 350 points in a 121.97 Warriors' via G.H.S. ................ 2013100-7: Latrobe Course. They are article in The and Cut Your Payments :
yards.It I People, a Sunday do so, The People said, only be-
Ocala' .................... 1000000- seldom home. Winnie travels
wasn't enough, of course, tory Friday, left the scoring to G.H.H. ab r h Jackson ab r bl'';: with her husband and acts as newspaper with a circulation of cause their bet was coupled with by Vi in Most Cases.
as Pamer stroked steadily to his teammates in the first hat Culpepper dl: 0 0 Wells. 2b :301 his social secretary. five million, charging that a big other matches which the betting $550 up to $5.000
Sunday. Content to off betook Summerlin. rf 2 0 0 Register, 3b :300 Just Call Us At 376-2511
pass money betting ring had had fixed.
his 70. corrupted ring
Turlington rf 1 0 0 Collins p 300 Since turning professional In
only eight shots andnotched Hipp 2> :301 Tyson, c :311 nearly 30 in its or Stop In Our Office
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strokes of Palmerat Chamberlain began taking his Fuller. If 100 Brown, Ib 010 ers: match barred.
within three single are
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No. 10 but be dunked his tee Rick p 200 Tony Kay, Everton and former Sheffield Wednesday immediately CLARKE'S
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shqt into the water at.the short G.H.S. .................. 0200000- cial tournament in Sheffield Wednesday halfback suspended Swan and
12th, and had to make 'a 25-foot points, but it was too late. Jackson ................ 000041 x-S year (1963)) and more purses than one halfa a key man in the England Layne and dropped them from I

twisting putt on the last hole to million dollars in career tour- international squad. tonight's match with Tottenham' (THINK QOODYEARS COST MORE

tie'Klcklaus The putt was for second.worth $2,000 to New Torch5 Is No Help nament earnings. I TRY THIS BIG BUY

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UF Fencers Associated Press Sports Writer Of the two home runs hit Winners FIaaIIHJ f1..6rys TUFSYN

Owner Charles O. Finley of :Sunday, George Williams two- NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE I
the Kansas City Athletics should run blow that won the game for W. L PC W. L. Pet. C.B.
have insisted on a money-back he A's went to left-center while AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP-Money Loa Angeles t* *3 .'11G.- New York 104 57 :666 l .-T KyfoD eord: (h..ftit fir:
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W. L Pet. (Maloney 27-7) 2:30 PJTW 301000. (Only
was sponsored by the Amateur Sunday as the Athletics National League and Minnesotain Dave Marr, $10,000 San Francisco 25 6U6 game scheduled).

Fencing League of America. downed St Louis 4-2 on the last the American. The- Giants 70-73-69-10-282,Chicago Milwaukee 17 1* ** JV jO* TOMORROWS GAMES 1 $795

Ellen Curtis of the UF Clubwon day of the exhibition grind.. nipped Cleveland .7-6 while the Bruce Devlin, $6,100 St. Louis 17 t. 4 America Laagva umswI
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Jacksonville, second; Rick Miss Porch I Boston 6-3, Philadelphia edged 71-13-8-13-286 Washington 11 U .451 (Spats 23-7) a* San Fran-I FREE MOUNTING a EASY TERMS .
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will be held at Norman Hall are the Ills and inequities, Lake City of the Pacific 75-- -74-1 -%I1 ma games lor league against teams minor and league_ not teams Include er I (Only games scheduled). II I CLARKE'! :te-

gym on the University of Florida of baseball Coast League nipped Milwau- Mike Souchak $1.760 Bgames. Tire s

campus April 25. The state Actually, Finley has mere kee 6-5. and Richmond of the 1S- $-74-1G-287 TODAY'S GAMES I Box Scores

championship meet Is set at St. moves than a belly daner The International League defeated Ben Hogan, Los Angeles America(McBride Laagve IV11)'at Wash Tomorrow S. MAIN ST. AT 4th AVE. PH. FR 66563Palmer

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LEAD EASTERN RACE 241 Women
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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS (

1 kI t Mississippi, riding high after 1' dozen ST. LUCIE -be At rated leasta '(J..{ t-EF-1" 1t7e 'I&1 e -Lightweight champion Carlos
golfers must ,
,
I i 6W1N"/ MAIN COt41RO14-lt.Zr Ortiz, fresh off an impressive title
''a four-game sweep last week, among the favorites when. the .. V FOC U1. Rl(4-f-HANPRp

remained the only baseball 35th annual state tournament of MAy. 1Nt7 W A IfR"1"O defense against Kenny Lane,

-I 4 ;; team undefeated in SEC play. the Florida Women's State Golf II' V .t ARRIVE: AT-HROUGJkOl1eAu.A COR l'R)6111ON .. is expected to choose his next

v :.: Association opens this week at 8Y-rHINKlN -reRM5 OFItIGH1" .challenger within a month.
The Rebels, leaders of the elt7e_
_ fi Western Division with a 6-0 the Port SL Lucie Hotel & Country ..FOB -rug rlIGI-H" 61DG'MU Bill Daley, manager of the
0O WN ANPrHROUH
MOVE I
Club. .
-.4 4: t.1._ i I mark, took a doubleheader from I A& -r1-4 tUF1'" Puerto Rican-born New Yorker
,. S- p,; 4 -" ... |LSU 4-3 and 3-1 and defeated There are that many among MOVeS' our OP-n, & WA .
555 S$ said today that Ortiz is consid.
,
HIT
'W,? i Alabama twice, 9-5 and 14-2. the 241 entries with handicapsof fOKf4& '
-" S* (%. 4 _.* .# ,, S : Mississippi's over-all record is five or less including defend- ering three possible opponents.He .

1 ing cvani-pion Nancy Roth of has been offered $100,000 to

J- The Eastern Division pace-set- Hollywood. Miss Roth beat Tam- defend against featherweight

-- 1I I f ters, Florida (6-1)) and Kentucky pa teenager Roberta Albers in V champion Sugar Ramos in Los
((1I the 36 hole finals at Orlando
ri -
J4Y7 S (4-1) did not play SEC games Angeles and $60,000 to fight

last week, but defending champion last year 6 and,5.Contesntants .
in
Berlin
Willy Quatier or John
r Auburn was pushing hard will qualify either -
1 .1 iijw,3i 1YIt
t : ny Bizzarro in Pittsburgh.Lane .
t! to get back into the race. Sunday or Monday on the

; I II rugged Sinners course which the Muskegon Mich.
/ I| Auburn took a pair from Georgia ,

tsi 1 J ; '' Tech on Friday and Satur- should measure about 6,500 left-hander who had campaignedfor

day 10-4 and 8-6 to make its yards for the women. Match his shot at the crown while
play in 11 flights of 16 players
; SEC record 6-2.
each under Ortiz met other challengers, left
gets Tuesday.
way 1MA61.l PtfCMIWGI A
| Tulane, the see-saw team of
_ ,I the Western Division moved into Finals in all flights will be 1""AU..11.U Rl&14r24A1'J2 I for home Sunday after fumbling
played Friday. PA&&Z&YtXH CL.06ero ( his second and .
last
ti.tie
second place by defeating ? 1t7Gl 1oIgN X-( N"G I I 'I I possibly ,
T/teyVe Ready for Tech Alabama twice 3-2 and 4-1. The Among other favorites are OUtWAKP A& -TH& IGrIl"fIPe I' I fight"I
Ann Trainer Barry of Palm MOVE IN. 'RaW /
Greenies were the early season Beach Tish Preuss ron41&: POSITION, IN 601$. J JS I should have jumped him. I

Gator baseball coach Dave Fuller, left, chats with slugging first baseman leader but had slipped to fourth ; Pompano waited too long to get going,"
Beach Peggy Brass and Gean
_ Tom Shannon as the Florida nine prepares to meet Georgia Tech in Atlanta place after losing twice to Mis Edwards Orlando Patti Carl said Lane. "If I had pressed the

Friday and Saturday in a vital SEC baseball series. The UF leads the Eastern sissippi.For I ; I fight, he would have run out of
son and Mrs. Joe Byars Tampa; W5bJ Sf CeO
U Division over Kentucky and Auburn. the SEC have-nots, Ala- : "
Maureen Crum Plant gas.
City ;
and
>ama Georgia Tech,it wasa I
frustrating week.. Tech, the Paulette Lee Coral Gables; Dorothy Ortiz, scornful of the challenger

Bud Werner Tampa Bowler only winless team in, SEC play I Thomas, Winter H a v en; Women Swimmers l who was forced upon

lost twice last week, white AlaI Fran Emerson, Fort Lauderdaleand him by the World Boxing Association

)ama' took it on the chin four Ellen Gery, Key Biscayne, I called Lane "overrated. -

Killed, InAvalanche times.In :Mrs. Car 1 s on, Mrs. Byars, ."

Two other Mrs. Lee and Miss Crum were AAU Laurels
Events Saturday games, Ten- I
Tops Vanderbilt all quarter finalists last year. Eye "He ran all night. If he had
nessee whipped 10-2
,
Mrs. Carlson was the only winner fought, I would have knocked
Louisiana State stopped Missis- him out" said the champion.Lane .
EAU GALLIE (AP) Hazel Class 'C The Shifts, Patrick sippi State 5 to 2. Kentucky beating Mrs. Lee 3 and 2. 1 PITTSBURGH (AP-A record There will be more at stake was down for no count in

ST. MORITZ, Switzerland'Jones of Tampa, cementing in AFB, Eau Gallie, 3,079; Lake- blanked? Centre College twice Miss Crum was defeated 5 and field, spurred by the added than national titles this year. the 14th round.WATERand.

(AP-Buddy) Werner, the hard- the second week of the five- land Federal Savings and Loan, 7-0) and 8-0. Georgia beat Clem- 3 by Miss Roth, who in turn incentive an Olympic year pro- Many of the girls off their ....

luck American ski star, lost a week Florida Women's Bowling eliminated Mrs. Carlson 4 and 3 will in the four- showing here will be invited
2,995; McCrory's, Leesburg, 2- son 10-8 and, Tulane defeated vides compete to : ICE TEA
desperate race with an avalance Association state tourna- 990. Spring Hill College 6-3 after losing in the semi finals. day National AAU women's indoor the tryouts for the U.S. Olympic i

Sunday and was ,killed under ment, held the lead in singles Doubles the first game of a doubleheader Miss Roth will be after her swimming championships team this summer. GLASSESFor

tons of snow. events with 683. 53.SOUTHEASTERN. third victory. She also won in beginning Thursday. Leading the lasses will be Motels & Restaurants
I
The 28-year-old Olympian was' Class A '- Bea McRae and 1960. Mrs. Lee was a runnerup Some 250 swimmers and more world record holder Donna de- SPENCECHUMCALSUPPLY

taking part in the filming of a I' Mary Lou Graham of Miami Marge Wagner, Tampa, 1,303; Conf. Games CONFERENCE All Games I in 1961 and 1962. than 75 teams are entered in the Verona of the Santa Clara club.A CO.
ski fashions movie with other held the all-events lead with Lois Stevens and Pat Cripe, W LPct. W L Pet. FR 2.2186THE.
1 .... competition at the University of veteran of international
Florida ...
$1,740. 6 1.157 10. .714
skiers when the wet spring, Eau, Gallie, 1,2050; Jackie --
them1are
top .....
Kentucky 4 1 .100 7 3 .700 GulfstrealllOpens Pittsburgh's pool. Among competition at the of 16
Guice and Jessie MacKenzie, Auburn ......... 42.750 102.533 age ,
snow"thundered dpwn an Alpine I Team Events Tennessee ...... 2 2.soo 95M3 the defending champions of Miss deVerona, a member of the
slope at Samedan, a village two Clearwater, 1,237. Georgia ........ 3 5 .375 6 6 .500 the 13 swimming and two diving 1960
winter Class A-Walters and Howard Class B Betty Jones and Vanderbilt .....- 1 7 .125 18 .111 Final Olympic squad, will be defending -m III! !
outside of this re-
miles Georgia Tech .... 0 4 .000 4 7 364 events and the 1963 team titlist, her titles in the 200yardand
sort;. : Service, Tampa, 2,967; Tides Charlie Grice, Indian River, 1- WESTERN DIVISIONW the powerful Santa Clara, Calif., 400-yard individal medeys. .
Inn, Key West, 2,959 Old :Mil 245 Garvin and L Pet. W L Pet. Week
; Joyce
; Ruby Racing
Tfie avalanche also killeBarara' Mississippi .... 4 0 1.000 10 2 .153 Swim Club.Pennel. She also was a member of PRtStMT eCttCAATtCft) IS
waukee, Orlando, 2,926. Blackburn Indian River, 1,206. Tulane _....... 4 2 .667 12 5 .706
(Barbl) Henneberger, ...... last year's winning BEG 60006mOP OU THE
MISS. St. 2 2 .500 12 6 .667 400-yard
,
23, :fcnejJfLwestGermany's top Class B-Al Hodges Motors, Class C-Norma Lloyd and Alabama ...... 2 6.250 S'.357 MIAMI (AP) The last full medley and 400-yard freestyle t&Ro4& S1 aT- -mE rA.
Nataleah Nachman, Sarasota, Louisiana St .. 2 a .250 7 10 Mi week of racing at Gulfstream
wornen skiers._Hfteen others In Cocoa, 3,072; Beach Bowl), Cocoa This Week's Schedule Says relay teams.
1,249 Lillian Welch and Mar- Park begins today and three
; Today-Georgia at Georgia Tech Delta
the dug themselves out or Beach, 3,012 River Lanes Miss deVerona's teammate
group ; ,
State at Mississippi.
tha Hazlett, Panama City 1- stakes races highlight the six-
,
were freed by rescuers. North Brevard, 2,943.Emerson Tuesday-Georgia Tech at Clemson. Timing Off Terri Stickles, also will be de-
238; Dot Marquardt and Gerry Tennessee at Carson-Newman LSU at day program.
"I[ was, ,a nightmare, said27yeafoldTritz Loyola, Alabama at Howard College Fending two national titles-the
Padgett, Palm Beach County, Delta State at Mississippi,. Kentucky at Wednesday's Hollywood Han- AP-John
)
: .Wa nerberger, 1,214. Eastern Kentucky.WednesdayKentucky. dicap for older horses carries LAFAYETTE, La. ( 100-yard and 250-yard freestyle
a veteran- German racer. :. at Georgetown Pennel, back in action after two events. She also was a memberof
"Pandemonium broke out. It Singles: Tennessee Polytechnic Institute at Ten $10,000 in purse money and will hairline fractures and a sore Santa Clara's two winning relay !

was 'terrible. We wire yelling Ricliey CopCrowns Class A Hazel Jones, Tarn- nessee.Friday-Florida at Georgia Tech. be decided at six furlongs. back sidelined him for 2* teams last year. I
ja, 683; Winnie Oejnuik, Palm Vanderbilt at Middle Tennessee, Georgia Among those expected to start
and tfie screams could,be heard Net at Auburn, Kentucky at Tennessee, months says he'll have to regain There is one other member of
Beach County, 667; Dusty De- State at Ala- are Fred W Hooper's Sky Gem,
LSU at Loyola Mississippi his timing before he's flying -V the 1960 Olympic team in this
the thunder of !Jhe snow.
over cubelis Clearwater, 664. bama. Tulane at Mississippi. John Olin's Swapson, Mrs C. D.Morgan's .
in at Georgia! Tech. high again. year's meet. She is Nina Harma
"Buddy Werner raced down ST. Saturday-FlorIda
PETERSBURG (AP) Class BPatsy Goldinger, Sky Wonder and R. F.
front of me trying to get away. Australia's almost undefeatable Indian River, 664; Louise Upu- Bensinger's In The Pocket. The 23-year-old Miami, _Fla., the defending national championin
He wasa littlelower down and 'Emerson Leafs Down pole vaulter, the only man to the 100-yard backstroke. Miss
Roy heads for River ski, Broward County, 651; Gin- On Thursday the $10,000 Flor-
thought he had ,a 'Oaks in ida clear 17 feet, sailed a good two Harmar swims for the Vespei
probably Houston, Tex., today ny Lopez Miami 647. Juvenile c h a m pionship ,
chance to race away from the and a try at his seventh tennis Class C-Deane Yaun, Gaines- Red WingsTORONTO stakes will feature Florida-bred feet over the crossbar when he Boat Club of Philadelphia.The I DON'T RUIN .

slide. .. I victory on this year's Florida- ville, 663; Carol Sheffer, Indian -' AP-Coach Sid 2-year-olds at five furlongs. Thisis jumped 15 feet in the Southwestern two defending diving \vhat could be a gay carefree
he could doneit Caribbean tour. ( : feature the Gulf- Relays Saturday.But champions are Patsy Williard,
"Perhaps haye I River, 646; Norma Lloyd a new on weekend holiday by
Abel of the Detroit Red Wings meter and Barbara McAlis-
who can say? He got to the Sarasota, 643. stream Park program and is a he was off form the rest one on accident due to FAULTY -
Emerson captured his sixth turned out to be a pretty accurate of the Pennell missed three ter, three-meter, both of the
bottom, but then he slipped, All-Events: tribute to Florida's growing day. BRAKES. Come in
title in seven times out Sunday prophet. As a result, his at 16-1-hitting the baton Dick Smith Swim gym in
In times
somersaulted and was lying Class A Mary Lou Gra- Thoroughbred breeding industry.The TODAY!
in the St. Petersburg Masters.He is down in the Phoenix, Ariz.
team one Stanley his
final the with legs-after I
the snow as the second arm of ham, Miami, 1,740; Dot Coney, Saturday programwill way up
easily defeated No. 3 seed finals in the National Hock- Santa Clara Is favored to repeat
Cup
at 156.
Miami feature the $25,000 Pan passing
SAVE HEREon
the slide crashed right on top. 1,683; Bonnie Willis,, -
of him. Frank: Froehling of Coral Ga- Tampa, 1,658. ey League playoffs.The American Handicap, at Us Henry Wadsworth, another as team champion, with its Rebuilt Generators.

"I think the same happenedto bles, Fla., 6-3. 6-4, 6-2, with a Class B Patsy Goldinger, defending champion Toronto miles, and is expected to draw Miami vaulter, won the event at strongest competition from the Starters Fuel Pumps.

brilliant display of shots on the Indian River, 1,571 Elouise Maple Leafs took the opener entries from half a dozen Latin 15 feet on fewer misses.It Vesper Boat Club, the Northern Water Pumps Clutch DisCI.

BarbL"Marbles clay courts. Norman, North Brevard; 1,549; of the best-of-seven series 3-2 American 'nations, among them was Fennel's first meet Virginia Aquatic Club of Arlington and Pressure Plate

Saturday night and, will try to Venezuela Peru since he injured himself landing and the Los Angeles Athletic
Nancy Richey, of Dallas, Texas -June Curry, Key West, 1,517. Argentina, Club.
No. 1 seed in the women's Class C-Libby Roy Indian make it two in a row here Tues-I Chile, Panama and Uruguay, as outside the pit on a practice
River well the United States. vault in Toronto last January.
Tire Rodeo division, picked up her third 1,528; Norma Lloyd, day night. as
Abel told last Friday BRAKE SUPPLY
Sarasota, 1,517; Bertha Martine newsmen
title In three times out this ,
Events EndKen son with a 6-3, 6-4 victory over sea- Eglin A-F-B, 1,371.Renegade. that he figured Bobby Pulford Missouri Relay Team \\mf BRAKE AOJUSTMINT
the most
was dangerous man on
Nancy Alvarez of 'Tampa, Fla.
Sykes, John Helton and the Toronto team because 'he .
28 .
Al Eckdahl won in marbles is a hard-nosed guy who is always Aims at World Markhas i Paid

tourney competition at the Glenn Wilkes Wins 2 RacesH. in there trying"It Advertising

Boys' Club. There were 32 For was Pulford who broke I By JIM VAN VALKENBURG career bests of 59-9 in the

participants. Speaker E. Taylor in Renegade 28 loose on a dramatic dash while: Associated ,Press Sports Writer I shot put and 180.9 in the discus _ EARL C. MAY i

Sykes won in 10 and under, Dixie Fete won both the fifth and sixth the Leafs were shorthanded to LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) both better than the meet : and IZ6i:

Helton 11-13 age group and Eck- races of the current ninerace slam home the winning goal records. -- _

dahl 14 and over. The local the I CROSS tITY- Glenn Wilkes, series at Newnans Lake yester- I with onl ytwo seconds left In the souri Miler teammates Robin Lingle will and shoot his Mis-fora I The seven open events have 1; JACK C. MAY
for
tourney was a warmup Stetson basketball coach will be day in the event of the Gaines- game. world record two-mile relay drawn some outstanding veter ; : Representing 2 '
coming state championship. : ville i The Leafs, seeking their third -
the speaker tomorrow night for Sailing Club.
them Hylke,
and meet record distance medleY -ans. Among are V :
Friday
In the auto tire rodeo 7 the the annual Dixie Co. High School Renegade 31 is still the overall,straight Stanley Cup beat Detroit -, in the 39th running of the Van der Wai of Western Ontario ;. : ; The Equitable Life .

Tony Jefferson, Dennis, won Under- sports banquet. leader on points with a third and four games to one in the Kansas Relays Friday and Sat in the 3,000-meter steeple-: i s-,: ,; ; Assurance Society
7-8 age group; 1963 final and odds on their repeating -
second
place finish
yesterday. chase and Bob Schul, Miami of V J Phone FR 2-3576 .
wood, 9, won 9 and over, in The affair will h 0 n or various went after their victory urday. : -
Renegade 28 is second. up
driving class. Brit Mims, 8, won Dixie Co. athletic teams. It will is Comet ; in the opener.Haynie Lingle, a lean Philadelphian, Ohio, who'll go after the 10,000
thiroV
the in-and-out race for 7-8 group start at 7:00 p.m. in the school Renegade 30, fourth; blazed an anchor half-mile of meters record.
;
I and Bobby Whitney 11, for the cafeteria.Al Renegade 32, filth; and Rhodes 1:48.3 as Missouri set a meet The .400 meters, a new event,I
Bantam sixth. '
over 9 bracket. Mike McCarthy I Wins mark of 7:217 at the Texas Re- has drawn such standouts as

7, was best in distance race for Eddie Parris Petricka, football basketball coach, and Next races win be at McGilvray's Golf lays last week. Oregon State's I Earl Young, former Olympianfrom WEAK MUFFLER!
mentor Landing at Newnans Lake TourneyBATON
"i 7-8 group and Terry Andrews, world record is 7:19. I Abilene Christian.
) win present special awards. Sunday, April 26. '
-I iitoppedthe9.and over V ROUGE. La. (APJ- In the distance medley, Lin-' Records in the hopstepjumpand

gle 4:02.4 anchor mile as meters also will be in <
group. Blonde, bespectacled Sandra ran a 5,000 -- .' ..-
the Tigers set a Texas Relays danger. Phil Mulkey, six-time -- -- --
Haynie Is $1,200 richer today
Shannon :New Bowling StandingsRESULTS after she breezed home a five- record of 945.2 decathlon champion here and

Lingle reminds track observers -record holder with 7,480 points(
stroke winner in the
$7,500 Cap_ ,
Is YPI: Mentor italCityOpen.) of Wes Santee the Kansas 'in 1962, will be on hand. He now

NIGHT OWL W. L. I Gold Coast 3. Rutherford's 1i Brown's I The petite, suntanned lass I middle distance star of the ear-II is a high school teacher at Birmingham -

BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP- R.O.T.C. 7* 44 ''I Texaco 3. Jones-Johnson Ij Gainesville from Phoenix Ariz ly 50s. Like Santee Lingle kills Ala.NOW.
Manor Motel 73 47 Gas Co. 3. Moneys 1; Coca Cola 3. Old dropped a
I Howie Shannon 40-year-old as- S A C Tile & TerranWilliamsThomas U. 53\, ,Milwaukee 1; First Federal 2. Cinnys2l !28-foot uphill putt on the 18th off his foe with a sudden acceleration -( I

sistant coach at Kansas State Lue Cafeteria .1\11 U\II 53"1Part 51\11 Bused 2. Holiday Bavarian Inn 2. 2.Watts 2; Budwclser green Sunday to close out witha on the back stretch of I OPEN !
Edwards Bltfg. Svpp. MPepln 60
University, was named head Distributors stVfr'0'SCentral CHESTER GARAGE final round 73. She had a 211 the gun lap. \I
: basketball coach at Virginia Fla. Oft Supply 59" Kansas should break the four- 10 a.m.-ll p.m.
total for the 54-hole .
Holiday Inn STY* tiv Radiators tourney.It
Teen 65'-\ 4 today. Johnson & Farts 4f 71 Horns *4'* 4TV, was the fourth LPGA vie-
Alactwa General Hospital 41\% 71% renders
42 4 v BRANDS
I Shannon takes over the job university class. Texas Southern -I
IttsburgD Plate Class 43 77 Distributors 60 sjSpares tory for the 20-year-old putting
vacated Saturday by Bill Matthews RESULTS Plug V .54\1 51\\ with 12 relay titles in the Liquors
Frame whose last
A.F.R.o.T.CCMt. Fla. Off. Supply 40\1 'm whiz top finish came i
who resigned after 1\\01 II Pepin X Alacnua General, Ho p. ,,1, Wheels 10 63 in 1963 when she won the Thun- past thre, years, again leads!I Wines
S L C 3. JoMSOFarl It WUIsnnThomas 42 70 Beer
seasons to become assistant to' 3. Pittsburgh Plate' Class 11 RESULT derbird tourney in her home- the college class. I rMUFFLERSGUARANTEED
Manor Edwards JJ Holiday Radiators /: Wh u .. Horn x Oltj.bulOrl r
Tech athletie director Frank inn 2, Par*tLn.. 2. I I; Spares. 2. PlUGS 2.- Frames 3. town. Emporia State of Kansas, led, PAUL'SPackage

Moseley and field secretary of TRIPLE. TUM1LEKSW. I renders 1.POUCE. Kathy WTutworth of Jal N.M. by John: Camien, who has run I

the Tech student aid association. Bank of Newberry 7V4. t.Wi BANTAM BENEVOLENT ASJH.. finished with a two-over-par 7- 4:00.7 in the mile, will shoot at I Store

The new Tech coach has.been Ace Electric 72 44 W L for a 216 totaL Mickey Wright the distance medley. I I
,
Walsh's 51 SI I An.
Holy Rollers 40V I Itt\ I 1113 Uaivenity
an assistant at Kansas State underCoach Chandlers W4 sui Alley Cats 33 II last year's top money winner,' Danny Roberts Texas A&1fi
S. E, s.pp Real Estate 57 jS Flrebarts .'
M. F. (Tex) Winter ** S Cleaners 52 43 Wildcats V J7 2921 24 had a 70 for a 218 wind-up. FOR LIFE OF CAR*
since 1954. He captained the K- Cotton's Mlft-*-mart 4f Vk MY* Blue Devils is 24
Butlers Radiator Serv. 42 74 Hot Shots ' S4 27
Stafe team when the Wildcats RESULTS Lucky Strikes 24 27 INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT!
Bank; of Newberry 4, Butlers I; Chen Rebels 21 30 FaIstaffs Set GOOD DRIVERS
woiCtheir first Big Seven Conferee \ -
3. Cotton's 11 S & S Cleaners 3. Blacklacfcs It 32 non tronsferrobl
title in 1947-48. Sapp Real Estate ij Ace electric X Aces u 31
r Walsh's Barbershop 1. RESULTSHot -- ABC Pin Mark
UNIVERSITY CITY WOMEN'SW. Snots 2. Fireballs It Lucky Sti*. I
New Rotation V L, ers 3. Blacklacks 0; Aces 2. Wildcats DRIVE SAFE CARS 1TH1GATORS
Coca Cola 7* 34 It Holy Rollers 3. ABey Cats Bj Blue OAKLAND, Calif. (AP-Put ,
Geld Coast Restaurant TOtt 4m Devils 3i Rebels 0.GENERAL,
;t NEW YORK,(AP-Gene Con-V Glrmy* Hairstylist 70 4] ting on one of the greatest strike' Give Your Car A
First Federal 63 4*
,j I ley.--who ,has lost his stock-in-Busch Bavarian a] 50 ELECTRICW L exhibitions in American Bowling''' ExaminationSCRUGGSMERRILL

L tode fastball at least temporarily 'Browns Old MllwaukM'I Texaco .Service, t) 31 SOVt Alley Rebels Cats *M 4sm 50 Congress tournament history,I j, Physical

f 1 V I has been dropped from V Budweiser 54 54Rutherford's Yankees 41 54V the Falstaffs of St. Louis moved''
Jewelers\ 54'* STVfc Hurricanes 40 3* 'I INC.
'' the;1te4 .Sox starting pitcher waifs! Servlctftier ji 41 InKm-ears 51 6S into the classic team division! ,
Jones-Johnson 44 4 a Halt Pints 4* H .. '
I rotation. Reliever Jack Lamabe: Gainesville CM Csv 40 72 RESULTS lead on a record-smashing J Phone FR 2-0601
6U6'1 617 W. Unir. Are.
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I replaces him. Holiday IM xVi nVtMoney's Hurricanes 4, Halt Pints fl; Rebels 2. total Sunday night. I
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10 Gainesville Sun Monday, April 13, 1964

,
I Westwood Robin RusselL Robin Is a

*. sophomore at N.H.S. and is a

IT'S I cheerleader, a Beta Club mem- ..'

Panther'sTale her and a member of the FHA. "-- .
[ -
WhispersBy r\-
Bishop '
She was on the girls basketball *

MONEY team and is a member ol "

I LYLA BROGDON and our girls sextet. She is very

: Bulletin PAM WHITLOW rt active in churchwork. Our con- ... -

This week the girls' P.E. gratulations, Robin.

MAKINGII, classes have had a visitor from I By NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME Things

By GARY MARTIN 1 P_ K. Yonge. Miss Jacquelyn HERBERT MARLOWE and Notice Is hereby STATUTE given that the undersigned -

Wilder, who is an intern in P.E. t< -* DORIS PERDUE desiring to engage In business under -

TIME AT By GARY MARTIN at the hospital He has a'broken under Mrs. Yeattes, was hereto U.S.the Highway fictitious 441 name south of of EL the REY City on of

We are mourning the absence arm that has to be in traction, observe us and other schoolson FFA activities are holding earn Maxwell and Hercules Gainesville Alachua County Florida, Intends .

of Miss Sally Pitkin, who has interned so It is hard for him to do much how we work on our physical the spotlight as the chapter is Nelson and their visit to Her- Clerk to of register the Circuit the said Court name of with Alachua the irii0 #

GUARANTYFEDERAL with Mrs. Lewis for the jumping around. education program. We enjoyed preparing for sub-district contest cules's relatives who turn out County S-RAUL Florida.L. REYES
to be held at Sante Fe to be undertakers.
Their
anticsin Sole Owner
past ten weeks. She will graduate We would like to say that the having her and hope she win High. An (3246) 4:11 20. 27; 5:4
the the
assembly friends
in August, but will leave annual PTA fun night will becoming come back later on in the year. program mortuary, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
held
was Wednesday to select and enemies and the
surprise
Gainesville and teach elsewhere We will have more FICTITIOUS NAME
up. The candy sales are moving the chapter sweetheart. Contestants events contribute to make an Pursuant to Section M5.CT' Florida Sta-
this at later date. tutes.. notice Is
a
on hereby given that theuncIe'ltgned
Haemmerlie of our of readers along very well. We have sold were Glenda Green, action packed, fun filled pre M. L. Jones and K. M.
Mary one To keep all you ; 2500 boxes and have 500 to go. Barbara Nettles and Diane. sentation.The Brown doing business under the firm
ninth graders, has again made "tuned in," we have come up I. name of J It L Striping Co., Box 12015.
Terry Home won a cash prizeof Chance. George Green is to play is under the direction University Station Gainesville. A I achua
the headlines. Sh e won third with idea for once. Ev e r y ,
an County Florida. Intends to register said
$5 on Monday for selling a represent the FFA in Public of Mrs. N. D. Palmer
fictitious name under the provisions of
place in the essay contest sponsored -week we will feature a story '
SAVE toW of 33 boxes of candy. Mark Speaking. Either Pace Getzen Junior assisted the aforesaid Statute.
sponsor by
by the Ladies Auxiliary ofthe about some organization around I Dated at Gainesville, Florida, this f day
VFW here in Gainesville.We Bishop. Proctor won on Tuesday.The or Joe Sapp will go to the student director Joyce Parker. Of April, A D, 1964.M.LJONES .

tractor driving contest. The The two lead parts, that of: C3U5) 4:13., JO. 27; 5:4
are most proud since this This week, we would like to first place winner in the

By April 20th contest was also open to high tell you about our band. It was I Alachua County 1964 Mental Parliamentary Procedure team I Hercules and Wilbur are played NOTICE OF SALE
and Horseshoe team will also by Tommy Farnsworth and To Whom It May Concern:
school students. organized by Mrs. Ko kif zone Health Association Essay Contest be You are hereby notified that I will offer

earn 3 months Our track meet wasn't too successful -year ago. To be a member of was Kitty Bradshaw, a seventh competing. I Larry Dalton, respectively.Our for sale end sell at public sal. to the
highest and best bidder for cash, the
last time, however were the band, a student must either grade student in Mrs. Pirenian's The Beta Club sponsored an, Student of the Week is following described livestock: You
return by next ice One red grade steer approximately 350
social
confident that we will pass a test, or have had band I second period class. The cream Saturday NOTICE OF INTENTION TO pOUnds.,. with bun head and white legs at

ah u nee back to take second for one previously. "Needed Improvements night. Home-made ice cream REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 11:00 am. on the 20th day of April.
June 30 year subject was -
100 Pursuant to Section 845.W, Florida I 1964, at Alachua County Jail. f3 S.E.
at least. Bill Van Veld- The band plays at our as Alacbua County Cannot was enjoyed by many. Statutes. notice Is hereby given that the 5th Street Gainesville Florida to satisfy -

huisen in first in the 100 The track team will be undersigned Douglas E. Fackender. a Claim for fees. expenses for feeding
came semblies and football competing -
id40 games, Buy With Money. Kitty received doing business under the firm name of and care and cost hereof.J. .

4 / yard dash. He also did very well and practices one period every a certificate and a check against other conference 6th Doug's St. Dairy Twist DrIvel, 2117 NW Alachua. M. CREVASSE County JR., SHERIFF

in the broad jump and the shot:day. During the year, concerts i for twenty-five dollars at the teams in the Suwanee Conference County. Florida Gainesville Intends Florida to register Alachua said' Gainesville, Florida

in schools. track meet at Chieflandon fictitious name under the provisions of I' (3247) 4:13 _
put Buddy Joseph came are held at different annual dinner held Friday at the aforesaid Statute.

first in the 220 and third in the Coming up, are concerts at Kir- the University Inn. Westwoodis Wednesday. Good luck boys.I Dated at Gainesville Florida, this IN EIGHTH THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT.COURT OF IN AND THE

1t Good luck to all of our by Smith, Stephen Foster, Met- indeed proud to have such We would also like to wish the 4th Douglas day of April.E. Fackender A D., 1964. IN CHANCERY. 11N7-

stars. We hope they will calfe, and Sidney Lanier. The distinction.The girls sextet the very best of (3223) 4.6.1340 27 DOYLE ARCHIE LINDERMAN.

WhereC every meet from now on. band is now under the able direction luck at the State Contest Sat-. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO vs. Plaintiff DIVORCE

The science club went to the of Mrs. Hall. We would I ninth graders have been urday. Pursuant REGISTER to Section FICTITIOUS 865.09 NAME Florida I JOHNNIE BROWN LINDERMAN,

Key field trip last Satur- like for all of our students and I busy these past few weeks deciding The Junior Class will pres- the Statutes notice is hereby given that i NOTICE Defendant.TO DEFENDTO

You ,day. It was very hard for the our "students to be" to invest! what their schedules will ent "Finders Creepers" a 3 doing undersigned business ,under JULIAN the N.firm MURRAY name : JOHNNIE Route 3. Box BROWN 153 LINDERMAN

''I science teachers to select the gate the benefits of the Howard I be at G.H.S. There was a test I act mystery comedy by Donald St.Greater, Gainesville Gainesville, Alachua Guide,County 1511 NW Florida 6thI YOU Weaverville ARE HEREBY North Carolina
notified that a
people to go. Only sixteen were Bishop Jr. High Band. given on March 19th to deter- Payton on Saturday April 18, Intends to register said fictitious Complaint has been filed against you
name under the provisions of the aforesaid
I allowed, but many more w ere i HIGHLIGHTS: We think that! mine what subjects they wouldbe in the school auditorium at Statue. In Plaintiff the above-styled seeks a divorce.Court and wherein you are the No Longer

the workers the mall allowed to take. The Dated at Gainesville Florida, this I required to serve a copy of your Answer
SAVEDOES I interested.We on are try.. .7:30. admission prices 20th day of March A. D., 1964. or other pleading to the Complainton

would like to say hello to ing to see if they can go slower i The Freshman'Prom date has are 50 cents for students and man 3:23 30; 4:6 Julian, 13 N. Murray the Plaintiffs attorney, WILLIAM
I' N. LONG at P. O. Box 504,
Rafter of than the workers did the 75 for Gainesville.
on adults. -
Tommy one our seventh been changed to May 2nd, NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Florida and file the original Answeror
MAKE I graders, who is "hung up" ag building. The play centers around Wfll- OFFICE OF THE STATE ROAD pleading In the office of the Clerk of
I ,- which is the first Saturday in DEPARTMENT The Circuit Court of Alachua County,
Tallahassee Florida Florida on or before the 23rd day of
April 7, 1964 April A. D. 1964 at Gainesville Florida.If .
A May.Mrs. Offer fall to do Decree Pro Confessor
Iraq PROGRAMSCONSTRUCTION you so. a
Waites' science classes AND MAINTENANCESealed will be taken against you for the

DIFFERENCEReturns T-T2;: ; have started on the subject of BEIRUT, Lebanon '(AP) Road Department bids will be Offices.received Room at the 228,State Hol- relief DONE, demanded AND ORDERED In the Complaint.at Gainesville

[ drug addiction and alcohol. land Building Tallahassee Florida from Florida this 18th day of March,
HornetHeckles Iraq is willing to train guerrillas Qualified Contractors until 10:30 A. M., A. D. 1964.J..
They turned in projects con- (E.S.T.) on Tuesday the 28th day of April B. CARMICHAEL
from any African country Clerk of the above-styled Court
1964. for the following work:
cerning varied subjects on this -NOTE- By; Emily Waterhouse
i fighting colonialism Iraqi L
High main topic on Wednesday April Notice of additional work for this sameettlng Deputy Clerk
Foreign Minister Subhi Abdel]I date may be Issued later. (SEAL)
H Proposal Forms will not be Issued late (3184) 3:23, 30; 4:'. 13
: Hamid said in an interview. than one hour prior to the time for opening IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,, Need
i bids. IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY,
I 8th.King's ALACHUA COUNTY (SECONDARY FLORIDA.In .
i t' NOTICE OF INTENTION TO PRIMARY FUNDSh STATE PROJECTJOB Re: Estate ofWILLIAM
Fight ; REGISTER FICTITIOUS' NAME NO. 26500-8601, SR S-235 from SR J. CINSKIS
I Pursuant to Section 86509 Florida I 26 east of Newberry northeast to Ala Deceased.
l By JOHN WATERS and MABELLE GLASS I Statutes. notice Is hereby given that the chua, Work consists of shoulder grading F; NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR
undersigned, Wilson McKInney doing I Type II Asph. Cone leveling with TypeI FINAL DISCHARGE OF
For ReformsIs business under the firm name of Gainesville Asph. Cone. Surfacing; and Incidents ADMINISTRATOR
41 The Senior Play, "A Rocketin The Hawthorne JournalismClub Neon end Signs Inc.. 611 S. Main I items. Length 11.503 miles.A I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
% St.. Gainesville. Fla. Gainesville Ala- Proposal Guaranty of not less than Notice Is hereby given that I have
i His Pocket, Friday night met last Wednesday to dis chua County Florida. Intends to regis. five percent (5 pet) of the total Actua, filed my final returns as Administrate
was a tremendous success. The cuss the next edition of the ter said fictitious name under the provisions Bid In the form of either a certified of the estate of WILLIAM J. CINSKIS,
TV check, cashier's check, trust
Topic of the aforesaid Statute. companytreasurer's I deceased; that I have filed my Petition
cast was as follows: Spaceman, school paper, 'The Hornet's, Dated at Gainesville. Florida, this check, bank draft of any national I- for Final Discharge and that I will!
Per annum in cosh or com 3 day of Apr.. A D. 1964. I or state bank,or a Surety Bid Bond' apply to the Honorable H. H. McDonald,,
pounded semi-annually.l Johnny Waters; Arlin Abbot, Buzz. They decided that Fri Mrs. Donna McKInney' a1o payable to the Governor of the State County Judge of Alachua County Flori
No higher; returns on Insured John Robinson; Harry Cooper, day the 17th would be the dead A revolution which was once for !of must accompany each bid. A da on the 27th day of April. 1M4 for
Wilson McKInney check or draft In an amount less than approval of the same and for final discharge -
Savings in this secP at Baker; Janis Brown, Claudia line on the news. The paper a schooolboy's dream and is now (3222) 4:&, 13. 20. 27 five percent: (5 pet) of the actual bid will as Administrator of the estate
tion of Florida. a reality is the topic of the In- Invalidate the bid. Should the Propose of WILLIAM J. CINSKIS deceased.
Hughes: Judy Mills, Sffcrley has grown in popularity this Guaranty exceed ten percent (10 pet) of March 20, 1M4 Ercell L. Llndsey Administrator -
Bell; Jackie, Dexter Bender; year through the efforts of the tertel documentary to be presented EIGHTH IN THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT OF, IN THE AND the duced Department's estimate it will be re of the estate
automatically to ten percent (10 of WILLIAM
Chuck Rocky Crocker; Lulu, new staff. on WUFT, Channel 5 tonight FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA pet) of the Departmenrs estimate. CertIfied KIS. deceased J. CINS Or Use
SafetyAt I at 9 o'clock. checks shall have State of Florida's Ercell L. Lindsey
Helen Mullins; Mrs. Matchett, LAW NO. Documentary Stamps attached. Bid Bonds J. EMORY CROSS
Sandra Bonds Mr. Sam May 8 is the date set for the shall conform to SRD Form 114O (Rev. Attorney at Law
; Agnew, annual Junior-Senior Prom. The "A King's Revolution" is the STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF November63 furnished with the Proposal 110 North Main Street
FLORIDA. an Agency of the State of
Collins Miss Chisle Form. Gainesville Florida
; Annette story of the Shah of Iran's ..
GUARANTY FEDERAL Junior Class is really busy campaign Florida.Petitioner. All work Is to be done In accordance Attorney for Administrator -< ,
Brown; Extra Students, Judy to reform with the Plans Specifications (3189) 3:2330 4 (, ,
your savings are insured up] working on this, as evidencedby his country to v. NOTICE OF RULE NISI Provisions of the State Road and Special ; : 13 .. '.ill
to 0000.00 All the! Widener and Theresa Lashly, their wash last meet the standards of modern LOUISE BOLAND et aU Plans and-or Proposal Forms Department may be IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
Financial car Saturday. Defendants. JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORI
"Insured Safety" any purchased by Qualified Contractors upon
civilization. If he is successful, NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN DA. IN PROBATE.
thanks
Institution con Special goes to Mrs. application to this office for $51.50 per
3-
Hawthorne High honored he well PROCEEDING; set. Extra sets of Plans for IN RE, Estate of
was
may very change the prospective
James Phillips for her superior bidders and plans for non-bidders Alberta M. WUIlngham, deceased
this past week to have Mima lives of 22 million people. IN THE NAME AND BY THE .% be purchased for $20.60 per set. Orders may ceased.
direction of the play, and Judy OP To
AUTHORITY OF .THE STATE for these documents should be directed All Creditors and Persons Having
Dinoso from Panama
offer.Availability Widener and Theresa Lashly join us FLORIDA to the Engineer of Contracts with checks Claims or Demands Against Said Estate
The reformation of one of the WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
in class. She will be visiting for TO ALL payable to the State Road Department of :
for their participation. oldest countries in the world is and to all persons and parties claimingor Florida. (These charges Include State You and each of you are hereby noti
several weeks with some of her having any right title, Interest estate Sales and Use Tax. No refund will be fied and required to present any claim:
not an easy task. "The King's mortgage or other lien to or on made.) and demands which you. or either of
fellow students, and with Mrs. that certain of land hereinafter have
parcel The right Is you. may against the estate of
reserved to
At GUARANTY FEDERAL) Wakefield who stayed with her Revolution" illustrates some of described. and the following persons or ail bidS.STATE. relect any ALBERTA M. WILLINGHAM,. deceased,
your funds are available] May DelayUN the barriers that confront the together with all unknown persons ROAD DEPARTMENT OP late of said County. to the County Judge
all this past summer while visiting claiming by, through or under known FLORIDA of Alachua County, Florida. at his of
for times.
you at Shah and his who are dead or who not flee In the court house
attempts to over- persons are JOHN R. PHILLIPS Chairman of said County
OpeningUNITED Panama.: Mima hopes to improve known to be dead or alive: at Gainesville Alachua County FlorI--
JAY w. BROWN, State
her English as well as come them at the risk of losing Engineer Highway da, within six calendar months from the
C M. Boland (32<< time of the first publication of this no
his life his ) 4:13,20
NATIONS, N.Y.,I help the Spanish class with or regency. I 3211 Southview Avenue tice. Each claim or demand shall be
Montgomery. Alabama IN THE COURT i in writing and shall state the
Conveniencs I OF THE COUNTY place of
(AP) -Diplomats expect thecheduled : their vocabulary. She would al- "The Kin g's Revolution,'" SRD No. 310 JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA residence and post office address of the
so like to attend a Junior al IN PROBATE. claimant and shall be sworn to by the Sell Fast
15 of
Sept. opening National Educational Television Louise Boland IN RE Estate of I claimant his agent his attorney and
GUARANTY FEDERAL is the 19th annual session of the: College in this area. presentation 3211 Southview Avenue ED HINES. also known as EDDIE any such claim or demand not SO filed
conveniently located in up-[ was produced for Montgomery Alabama Hines, and EDO HINES Deceased. I shall be void.W..
town Gainesville: General Assembly to be delayed, ntertel[ (International Television SRD No. 310 To All Creditors and Persons Having Joseph Wllllngham As ad
Claims or Demands Against Said, Estate ministrator of the Estate of
220 North Main Street until November. 7 Drown Federation) by Associated- F. B. Denfon : -- ALBERTA M. WILLINGHAM
Free Parking Rediffusion 3303 Montvlew Drive You and each of you are hereby notIfied deceased with
of London
Rear of Building They said 50 nonaligned countries England. Chattanooga, Tennessee and required to present any claims Lazonby, Dell, Graham, Wlllcox
Drive-In Window SRD No. 310 and demands which you or either of & BarberP.
would ask Secretary-Gen you. may have against the estate of O. Box 123
S Night Depository On Weekend Sheltle McKInney ED HINES. deceased, late of said Gainesville. Florida
You con save with us by I ,era! U Thant within two weeks TodayIn Tax Collector County to the County Judge of Alachua First publication March 23, MM.
mail. We solicit and appreciate -[ for the Alachua County Courthouse County Florida at his office In the (31M 3:23, 30; 4:6. 13 .
postponement so they Jalnesvllle, Florida court house of said County at Gainesville Personto
out of town oc- 'can give attention to the October -By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAt As to any Interest In the Florida within six calendar
counts. parcel included herein months from the time of the first pub-
conference of nonaligned least seven persons drowned section 24240-2401 ALACHUA 'l icatran of this notice. Each claim or
HistoryBy COUNTY STATE ROAD fJ demand shall be In ,
I writing and shall
nations in Cairo. over the weekend. Roadway DESCRIPTIONS state the place of residence and post UR
accidents claimed six lives. RD No. 310 DRAINAGE EASEMENTs address of the claimant and
Courteous The United States and Russiaare THE ASSOCIATED PRESS That part of: be sworn to by the claimant his
agent ,
or attorney and any such claimor
in tacit agreement to post- Three persons drowned in the Today is Monday, April 13, A parcel of land In Section 35, Town demand not so filed shall be void.

pone the assembly session until Tamiami Canal west of Miami. the 104th day of 1964. There are ship as 11 follows South: Begin Range at 20 a East point described 1706.76 I trlx Cairo of Boule the As Estate administra of ED TONIGHT! SHOW 7:15

They were Andrew Emanuel 28 262 days left in the feet North of the Southwest corner of HINES deceased "CAPT. NEWMAN"
Friendly after the U.S. election Nov. 3. year.Today's said Section 35 and run East 2112 feet; First publication March 23 1964. PersonWANT
John a. Stephen, 26, and 4-year- thence North 2055.24 feet to a stake In a (3182) 323. 30; 4-6. 13 GREGORY PECK
I highlight in history: grass pond; thence West 2112 feet to a
old Morris L. Cochran Jr., all of stake on the West boundary of said $ec. I N THE COURT OF THE COUNTY TONY CURTIS
Beatle Show Miami. r On this date in 1830, President -ion 35; thence South on said Section JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORI

Service, Andrew Jackson offered a line 2055.24 feet to the point of beginning. DA re IN: Estate PROBATE.In ofFRANCES "RESTLESS YEARS"JOHN

TORONTO, (AP) -' The Michael Powers, 70, of Buena toast that was to live in history.A lying within 25 feet of a ditch survey GREEN also MELISSA known PICKETT SAXON
as MRS C.
Beatles, England's mop-haired Vista, drowned when his small South Carolina states right line a point described on the as East follows boundary: Commence of Section at O. GREEN and also known as SANDRA DEEmn

At GUARANTY FIDERA, rock V roll will head- boat capsized in rough waters of] group had planned a dinner Ostensibly :34, Township 11 South Range 20 East. FRANCES Deceased.NOTICE.MELISSA GREEN _
,
| we make--n.r effort to I group located 1060C.22 feet North of the South -
serve you well in a' Cour-l line a Maple Leaf Gardens Labor the Gulf of Mexico near Tarpon to honor Thomas Jefferson east corner of said Section 34 said point FLORIDA TO STATUTES CREDITORS I
being located on a curve, concave to the -
teous and Friendly Manner -| Day show Sept. 7. A report Springs. but really to embarrass Northeasterly with a radius of 11,457.1 To All Creditors and Persons Having

_ Jockson. But "Old Hickory"was feet; thence from e tangent bearing of Claims or Demands Against Said Estate
says ,the quartet win get $30- Linda Key, 12, of,Fort Pierce, North 34 000 for the stand. drowned after being knocked off ready for the occasion with westerly 502M feet along said curve I You and each of yoo ara hereby not IDS

one-night her hIs toast, "Our Federal Union.It through e central angle of 02 deg. Iff 48'to fled and and demands required which to present any either claims ___t:* a:4S ':25 ':21
.I I feet by a wave in the At- the point of beginning of said survey you or of
Remember lantic. must be preserved." line; thence North 57 deg .58 13" East ''you may have against the estate of
I CHIMNEYCORNERS IS* feet; thence North 49 deg. 4(' 13" Frances Melissa Pickett Green also ROLlND ALfc
East '4 feet; thence North 32 deg W mown as Mrs. C. 0. Green and also
Michael O'Donovan, 6, of Or- On this date:: 13" East 150 feet; thence North C2 deg. 1 known as Frances Melissa Green deceased JsELL&Gthffi1ESsAMAJORITiOf
for PROFIT, for SAFETY.! lando, apparently fell into a 13" East 33t feet; thence North SI deg. late of said County to the County -
for AVAILABILITY! by Bau.tWALKER 35' 33" East 1 62 feet to the end of said Judge of Alachva County. Florida. I )
OF canal near Lake Hart while In 1743, President Thomas ditch survey line. at his office In the court house of said ONE
FUNDS for .CONVENIENCE County at Gainesville Florida within
Jefferson
.. for FRIENDLY! 1) NW ttk Av*. FlMiM FR 1-4421 boating with his family. was born in Albe- Containing 0.15 acre. more or less. six calendar mentis from the time of

SERVICE IT'SF' "FurnltursTharsA Joy Al Shaw, 47, of Leesburg, marle County, Va. OWNED BY C. M. Boland and wife, the first publication ef this notice. Each A UERVYN URO't PRLcnontEcHNIcOLOR. : -4
t To Uv WlttlooI Louise Boland; F. B. Oenton claim or demand shall tj in writing. ]tl
r I jumped out of a boat on Lake In 1818 the United States and shall state the plan of residence Flow WARNER BROS I
flag TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration of and post office address of the claimant
Beaton near Wildwood Sunday' as finally approved by Congress. Taking has been filed bi the a clVe- and shall be sworn to by the claimant. Plus "RAS3UNG RAMPAGE"
I and drowned before companionscould styled cause by the Petitioner, the his agent, his attorwy, and any such LINES1o
PROPANELP.1S was first raised over the Houseof acquiring authority of these proceedings claim or demand not so filed shall be I I :
I rescue him. ,. of the taking of the above void.
described land for the purpose set forth Henry A. Green
Traffic fatalities included I
\ Representative&r in th* petition m this cause viz.: As Dwight Sullivan _
three pedestrians, two of them I right of way for a portion of State Road As executors of the Last WIn and
Testament of Frances Mel I
n In Alachua County Florida and that s s a
LSU I I children: David Griffis, 5, of of the Colonial Dames of America the Honorable John 'A. H. Murphree Pickett Green also known as Mrs.
one of the Judges of the Circuit Court C. O. Green and also known as
Jacksonville, Ryan Jenkins Me- was incorporated.In In the Eighth Judicial Circuit of F1orIda.wilL Frances Melissa Green deceased.
I HOTTER THAN First publication April 6. 1964. J4 ,...". .... .H U
Grory, 3, of Shalimar and I on the Jilts day of April A.D. 1964. !!!.
I NATURAL GAS 1941, German forces occupied at 11:30 o'clock AJA. In the Alachua (3218) 4:" IX 20 27 NOW 2 COLOR FUN HITS
Charles Vizzini, 79, of Miami. County Courthouse at Gainesville Florida OPEN SHOW
':4S. 7IS
.
Cook & Heat Water Other traffic accidents killed:: Yugoslavia's capital, Bel ,. consider said Declaration of Taking ..,..... ....- SEE BOTH LATE AS ,.M DAYS : f
I appoint appraisers and make such ccc .
grade. .s FIRST RUN 7:15 A 11:41
Low Cost Madelyn Many 14, of Jacksonville Order as the Court deems proper. AH .' ... BUDDY EBSEN
parties to the suit and all parties Interested .' I
; Norman R. Winter, 33, of I In 1943, President Franklin may appear and be heard at the ,"J MAIL ORDER BRIDE

II I FR 6-5110 Vero Beach and Thomas Hill,, Roosevelt dedicated the Jeffer time You and and place each designated.of you are hereby rmu __ DORIS DAY AT JAMES':00 GARNER' ONLY:. -

28 of Clewiston. commanded to appear by filing an Answer ... ."
g..i3.r
II __H _- -____ ____ son Memorial in Washington.Ten to the Petition heretofore flied to '.a. .' THE THRILL OF IT ALL
GUARANTYFEDERAL this cause to the entlUed Court on or iS .. STARTS FRIDAY JANE FONDA
Australian before The mi of AJ3.144. s..ee
years ago day May to
Prime Minister show what right, title. Interest or lienS; 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 SUNDAY IN NEW YORX ---$2-- -
BEST QUALIFIED Robert Menzies I you or any of you, have to. and to the Ate to Ocata :
.announced that Soviet Embassy above-described land and show cause -
why the same should not be taken for Academy AwardsTonsbtlOOOp.n .
: rWhIfl official Vladimir Petrov bad I the toes and purposes set forth In the .
: : the education and welfare of our Petition flied herein. .
been granted .
poJtical: asylum WITNESS Hand and the Seal 01 -
my
'i :W' children are at stake, don't settle for less after disclosing the existence of said Court on this 2nd day of Aprt A. >. MAN j- "Wftt'S tfftt .

than the best. Vote for I'" .
SAVINGS
a Soviet spy ring in Australia. J. B. Carmlcfiael I MARTQ ,;, ? .
CLERK Of THE CIRCUIT COURT.IN .
' and LOANAssociATioN Five years ago-The United AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. I THE HOTTEST Of THE DOT
Harry Evans States Britain and Russia re FLORIDABY QUCSnON a speeiol flat-chorgt: ,
: Emily Waterhouse "'"=
TEONCOUNt PANMISON
sumed talks in Geneva discontinuance '
p on DEPUTY CLERKCourt service for ,
ncn-con
of Gainesville
( Seal) .... 4
220 N. Main Street of atomic tests. -

Fkene FR 2-8496 for Superintendent of Public Instruction One year ago-Pope John appealed BRUCE J. DANIELS merclalusers, :
Holland >
Building

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tI \ Employment I BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee SALE BY OWNER. 3 BR te kl.

---- WANT-AD RATES River ** Roe .11Iff. Call 376. baths, near University of only
6160.I yt
Flnley. 1411 N.W. 4th fire
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.* *-* LAKE Piece for sale, tt. down
cell FR J4416 BY OWNER. new house
:11! FEMALE HELP WANTED PH. 372:8541. I after 5 p.m.SHADED. 1 bath. Utility room FR. u 1001
2100 N.W. Wth Street. I7
forClassified LOTON Can FR 2-492. Just br.a.
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS crystal clear. Lake Anne. I n
Short drive to 1311 N. E. 20th PL By Ilginlt.
downtown Gaines '
Earn up toSs' per hour demonstrating : OnlyDEADLINES" ville. Deed restricted. Owner BR. Fla. mist patio; & choose dv*

11 THERE Cosmetics.famous Full or Studio Part Time.Girl ;" lEi will finance. See this before VA loan; alr lIoneL Make offer,
t Phone 374-4334 after 4. you bvy. Call FR 2-1072 after
: 5:00 P.M.SMALl. FOR SALE BY homes. On
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHERS. ious 3 BR 2 bath t NW 14th
cottage on Cooper
I 'f''f'I m Lake. Ave
Openings available atSeerry.
'Tues. thru FrL paper*-$ pjn. Dry before Bubrtcattr- price $1000. Terms. $100 down. close to school. intersection* "
dictation
Typing and .
I skill Starting For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat. $20 month. Also :3 Bedroom CB tates. $24,00 1lt 1 m"e
necessary. salary In Mon. 1 Sat. house. FR 4-O4 between 10 payment. *20 NW
based en experience. Submit For ads to go paper- pjn. &
resume Phone 372-5738.
6. BUILDER
In 37J-0411 confidence.Ext. or 225. telephone for (Minimum ad 4 lines) I LAKEFRONT ROSES. ROSES. -

appointment. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Several acres with 200' on IF YOU LIKE
EMPLOYER. FAMILY! RATES I large lake. 2 bedroom IV* bam SEE THIS CYCLONE

i ''SJWORTH EARN up to $50 a week. Full or 1 Insertion ..... .S*= line :;: room frame partially house. Garage.utility furnished. Fruit 3 FHA.BR.$500 CCB EQUITY HOUSE.
part-time. No soliciting or collectIng Insertions .... 22c 1- S trees and flowers, dock good PAYMENTS OF $17
i1. car neccessary. Call FR 4148. a Insertions .... "C line i fishing. Priced to sell., 15000. & TAXES. OPT. !

12 insertions ..... ....... Me line Balance easy terms. Approxl. FRIGERATOR &
LUZIERS COSMETICS Total charg imputed by multiplying total lines x rate earned mately $3400 down. Inman Realty N.E. 11th TERR.. FR
APPROVED by American Medical x numbei jf Insertions. Co. 214 S. Magnolia St. Call
Association. Personalized I Ocala collect 629-4507. WHY PAY TOR
I New homes. $*JOO. 3
service. No guess grab, go me-
FOR SALE lot on Lake Ann. East
thod. Full or part time work. of Hawthorne Restricted bath $45 per month.
_Call Lois Williams. FR 2-4045. I Five letter words per fine 374-242 foe information.area.Can S. E. 45th Terrace.
trade-Ins. Call FR -
Waitresses Apply In person I 2V* Acres on Suwannee River Dixie .
Jerrys Restaurant 2310 S.W.13th Same II 2 lines County near US 1*. 100 yards REDFRANKS bat pail
: Street.WAITRESS I. 8 Pt. ordinary type off paved road. Very high bluff. tt
wanted Apply In per. Asking $4500. Terms. S. E. Sapp buil In kitch
son Cookies Truck TermINI! Same as 3 lines Realtor. 472-2000. 4722220._ Y'r family
12 Pt.
Hawthorne. ordinary type F LAKE HOME not rs. S.
a 'cottage'. LIKE NEW 3
; WANTED attractive lady. This nearly new beautifully home with central
between ages 21 a31PlY. Good Same II lines furnished 2 b. r. masonry AIR
r Savings and Loan Job In 18 I rt.ordinary type I home is strictly QUAUTYI Ing living room

Starke prior experience In use Clear bottom lake abounds with FIREPLACE. ,1 Nome
,
? ( of office machines also deslrt fish. This is a 'dream come en with plenty of in bt
able. Cad 4+ If interested true' at $1(1500.00., tls delr.
4501 Starke Requires $2 cluding oven *
for Interview. I 24 Pta Same .s S fine 000. cash down. Let us show Liniewood & 11. O
ordinary type you-ANYTIME. ARCH CAMPBELL
JUST LISTED at $21
WAITRESS wanted evening shift REALTOR. Phone 374- financing. Pres
at Howard Johnson's Restaurant. 5707 ANYTIMe 0117. $107 per
Apply In person only. At 2830 taxes and Insur
N...... 13th St. $400 DOWN SIf..50 per
WHILE The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one 35 Houses for S,1eBIIt taxes & Ins. 3
:I SMART and' attractive waitress Incorrect Insertion nor will It, be Habit for any error In advertisement In excellent condition
over 21 to serve nice people In to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied landscaped lot. By
a nice atmosphere. Permanent by the Item Li the advertisement. No adjustment win 3 CCB. air conditioned remodeled Call 3744117
lob. reasonable hours. Immediate be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of for extra spacious Florida 3 br !
Apply Primrose the advertisement. room. living room. After IlrOJ
vacancy. LISTINGS NEEDEDFor

Inn. I large sume 4V4 Investment per cent mortgage payment with as- prompt, efficient 20 kit. scous. li

WAITREss. good salary. Apply The Gainesville Sun principal. Interest. insurance this
I .in person, Wonderhouse Restau fecting reserves the c5iE or re and city and county tax payments REDFRANK ouality. Conven
rant. 14 S.W. 1st Street behind change any the advertisement which and to of only $15 per month. Claude M. "Red qualified buyer.
Sears. = classification of any that or == 2213 NE 7th Terrace. Lasslter
dered to conform to the policy of Myrtle
CASHIER WANTED. good salary. FOR SALE by owner. 2 BR- W. E. "Bill" Harris Pool
READING Apply In person Wondernouse I i CCB home at 1730 NW. SSth 7 N.E.lxi St.

Restaurant 417 SW. lit St. Behind I ''''' Terr. Quiet neighborhood. $500 Nltes Call of a blut Es
Sears. -1 dn. and assume montly pay. NO DOWN PAYMENT : I Y' own
menta of 166.36. Call 374-117. I off tasty
SECRETARY 13-Help Male or Femile 27 Feed & Fertilizer cond.bath. Central NorthWeSt.heat Slf I on .nra.e.

Age 19-35 neat appearing and HOME TRADEOPPORTUNITY 374-227. Plty
I large
able to meet the public.. Shorthand DAJSY FERTILIZER $100 per ".lni
Stenographer 21-35 2 S yrs. exper.. FOR SALE BY aiti to a
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yard. $1.25 Phone
and typing necessary. 5- per bag. 37428 one-level home
day week. Call 372-511. 1-5. salary $275-350. 5555. masonry
Secretary 30-40. 'experienced $300. WILL trade several homes In Palm sq. ft. under roof. and huge liv
EXPERIENCED secretary desired. Secretary 25-45. $275. View Estates for homes In the rooms 3 bedrooms. 2 pooL Wad
Write your qualifications. Must be Secy-Bookkeeper $225-300. Livestock tr Supplies 10-11000 price range. Visit Sales I closets. Central tllr. tre
I abla to use electric typewriter and Bookkeeper $300. Office Corner NW 3 th Terrace air conditioning. On fine
I ---"IN' dictating equipment. State salary Bookkeeper, $< will payfor experience and abili experience. working. barrel racing. Reglstr. Butler Bros. Builders. E. Call St.. Starke .
ty. Write Box 400-A Gatnesvl e Accountant $450-500. atlon papers available. Call after 4-1251 or write E.
Sun- Secy. prt-time Steneg. par t- .ftiV 444-WIJ. HAZEL HEIGHTS P. O. Box 39, Starke

time. ABOUT 40 head of cows and calves See our bedroom and 3-fceoV NEW 3 bedroom,
WANTEDONE Personnel Center some fine milch stock fresh. Call room 2-bath CCB homes with $450 down $45 :
beauty A62.17SA. built-in electric stove and oven. Day 45-2441 Night
: operator S days per design In
102 NW 2nd Ave. Call 372-4377 o
.... week. Call Central heat city utilities.
for appt. 30 PETS ,& SUPPLIES Wired for television' and tele GLADY you must
FR 2-1581 10-12 A.M. 2-4 P.M. Man. thru Fr. home located on
phone. Large yards completely
i GERMAN shepherd pups. AKC grassed. Hazel Heights Is In P. K. Yonge area. 4 Not secti
Exp. secretaries, salary openCashierhostess registered. Bred for Temper. the city limits. Equipped with baths. Living room I t. In.
12 MaTe WantedONE
{ H" E Help attractive ment and Quality. See at 3501 sewer lines, close to bus stop. Florida room. I Cad kiche
White houseKeeper, $25 wk. Nice kitchen. V tolY fr
N. W. lith Terr. low down payment. conventional room.
_i Bookkeeper, salary open loans. Located on North ily home with $
90-- of the largest Insurance companies Exp. Waltres', salary comm. SPRINGTIME Is puppy time. Eng west 3lh Ave., West of 13th all schools.
In the country has a position Exp. mechanics lish Shepherd puppies & American St. Shown by appointment.
open for man between age Store trainee hi schl. grad. Shepherd puppies. Call FR phone FR 23824. Quality home on
21 to 38. Unlimited future. Startat Off. trainee hi schl. grad. 20033. Large lot with many
sao per week. After first 2 Tree surgeon foreman, $2 hr. WESTWOOD LITTLE WOOD shrubs. 3 bedrooms. COMPANY
weeks $100 and better. Call 372. Auto salesman ExPoShort FOR SALE I wks. old pure-bred Walking distance to schools. 3 double Florida room. Member
.. $171 for appt. Dalmatian puppies. For Infer- B R. 2 baths home in Skyline 372-3522
'" order grill man U carpted and has a
mat ton contact James Wing FR Pete Selg
Insurance trainee $100 wk. Heights. Study hardwood floors.
MEN to train as route salesmen 2-8621 F. W. Hedge
built-in range & oven. Cent.
Route salesman Levy Co. Near the University.
benefits.Guaranteed Liberal salary.vacation All company CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. HEALTHY happy Amer lean heat. Shaded back yard. Call 3 bedroom. 2 bath Bob Kalkmen

icy. After assignment to route.pot 120 SE 1st Ave. Shepherd puppies male & fe 374-OSd2. ida room. Newly
SUN Phone 374-8334 male. $30. Registered. Call FR orated. Priced at $17,
salary ranges from $300 to $500 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home separate NEW
4-3470 anytime.: Best
before 10
Take advantage
per month depending upon ambition dining room. -
and desire to work. Those 14-5.les Help Wanted A.M. of owner's having to Call 372-5393 to see Ber. two bath
with no desire for a permanent FOR SALE large stock of pure move & have spacious rooms homes or ask for our With .1
..- .. position or. no ambition to make breed Beagle PUPS. pick from & wardrobes In new home area buys In all price todays m
'- ro'i money need not apply. Apply In 3 Labrador puppies. We board among young executives. Sl*.- .
person.. Borden's Dairy, 2420. NE REAL ESTATE SALESMANHugh dogs. James's Kennel. Rt. 1, 000. FR 2-5660. GLADYS : double
Itth Dr. Box 78, Keystone Heights. Ph. elec. kitchen. V*
OPEN HOUSE. Sunday Apr. 1*_ Realtor and landscaped
Edwards Inc., Gainesville's 473-458. 1
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:
'" PERMANENT CAREEROPPORTUNITY largest builder, has opening for Cherokee model designed S. engineered Associates: utilities. Priced
new salesman. Excellent earning COLLIE puppy 4-months old. $50. by U. 3. Steel Corp. Ben Griffin to sell quick
11M WEEKLY SALARY & LIe- opportunity for above average Phone FR 6-1380. Homes Division. 2100 sq. ft. 3 Florence Bums
ERAL BONUSBe BR. 2 bath air cond. brick
man. Mr. Dorman sales manager. 122 W. University
WANT associated with a company that HUGH EDWARDS INC. 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY veneer 2 car garage. 1S01 NW
offers maximum opportunity for 372-1351. 34th Dr. Alachua Homes. Inc. FOR Sale or trade.
0 permanent and profitable ca I Phone 372-0421. home located In Ocala kisS
reer. Can you qualify? PART Time sales route, OWNER Estates. On city 2 baths at 407
average
BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 3 LG. BR 2 bath panelled LR.
1. High school education St 2 ((9. bath Rms.
or $2.10 hr. If qualified. OpeningsIn fire-
equivalent per Block of N. W. 22nd Street. 110" fireplace attached garoge HW Rm. t living Rnv. ce. tt.
Alachua Newberry, Archer and x 155. Phone 374-510. floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot.
2. Neat appearance Hawthorne 372.1117.REGISTERED Central heat, built-in for only
3. Car In good condition free BEAUTIFUL large tots fully NW near Stephen Foster. $14.500 cluding GE Ml
... . to travel Monday to Friday REAL ESTATE Improved In Rldgewood. NW $450 d.p. FR 2-M51. yards walk to 1&i
4. Age 21-35 Salesman Interested In Acreageand 31st Street |lust south of NW HOUSES FOR SALE: 3-BR 2- U of F medical
I f you qualified you will receive Farm Land. Call FR 4-4471 16th Avenue. J. W. KIrkpatrick I Bath, central heat with fire 22700. Down
training at full pay. for Interview. Agency. 31 N. Main or call FR place. NW 47th Terrace. Price Immediate 2 bath Ocala Me.
See Company Representative Mr. H. Mary Moeller. Realtor 23404. I S1500. 1027 NW 40th Drive. near at

ADS F. McCulla,Wednesday, April 15th 101* w. Univ. Ave HAVE 2 SPACES In Westminister CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3 BR Brothers 372-54 IdI.bil.'
10:00 ..M. to 3:00, PJM., Florid Gardens In Hillcrest Memorial I 1-bath SE 46th Terr. **400. night. breakfast .
State Employment Office. Payments $45 mo.
413 per floors
S.W. 2nd Avenue, Gainesville 18 Schools & Instruction Park. Present value $987. $130 I I 2-BR 1-bath SE 46th Terr. $4400. NW SECTION for ... I pu
Florida. for my equity take up payments $.45 per mo. and 4 bedroom 2 I1Mo
$13 month. Present balance $473. And also some trade-in Houses. home. City water
.. MAN wanted for local milk MEN AND WOMEN WANTED FR 275*. Call FR -7444.. sewers. Shown by
route, preferred ages 21 to TO TRAIN FOR Phono FR 2-382.
-. 35. High school ed. preferred KIRKWOODOUT 3 BR. 2V4 barns 25x25 family
good health. Apply 204 SW CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS room Ig. living rm. enclosed 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath
_sm St.CAREER. OF STATE OWNER must garage central heat & air cond. and air conditioning. TY
..... ...a... sell Immed'ately acre corner Lot beautifully landscaped. 3441 $700 down. Phone FR
.., .......... Opportunity, with national We prepare Men and Women. lot (240 x 210) In highly restricted NW 12th Ave. Call FR 2-4511 for HIBISCUS Park. 3 ph. 372-4351
g 18-55. No experience
Ages neces
organization.
Young man
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Klrkwood Estates. Call appointment.FOR house. Convenient to Brl"
.- --- -- 21 to 35. Ambitious and billing sary. Grammar school education Frank
.- to work. Salary and commission.' usually sufficient. Permanent FR 20375. only $450 down. "1.21 per and Finley School.
: .. 'A Stock purchase p'an for permanent lobs. No layoffs. Short hours. month payments you can qualify borhood. FR 2-0990.
..: ; f: employees. Company car High pay. Advancement. Send 34 Waterfront Property for 4 BR. 2 bath home 1104 BY OWNER In N.E., 3 Wanted
...- and leads furnished. Retirement name home address, phone NW Mfh Terr. Will paint Inside Ig. screened porch,
and group benefits. No experience number and time home. Write WINFRED H. CRAWFORD It outside completely. For appt.to washer, stove A refrl !
... required. We train you. Marcel Co. Box 388-A. c/o Gainesville Reg. Broker. specalizlng In see call 372-0411. $75 mo. Call FR TO
BUY
Opportunity for advancement to Sun.Real LAKE PROPERTIESACRE..
PROFESSOR OWNER. moving FOR
the right man. Apply Singer Co. AGE. :3 miles No. 3l Melrose, New 3 BR. 2 bath Masonry PERFECT home with
216 W. Univ. Ave. Estate Exam GR 5-2981. homo. Hardwood floors central WITH AN 2 baths. Kltch-

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SOFT drink route salesman. Job heating. S. W. section. equipped. Central
open now for dependable ambitious COURSE wooded loP 140 x 210. Faculty NEARLY new 3 Must priced
CLASSIFIED.Dial man. must have local, reference ATTEND First lessen free.HOWELL'S NATIONAL neighborhood. FR 21364.NORTHWEST homo has one '
and be bondable. Paid BUSINESS COLLEGE ata from the :
vacation group Insurance good COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave CONCERNHas for In-law or aSb',1
chance for advancement. Apply FR. 4-3507. 372-3727. fut natural finish CI

131* S. Main, between f ajn. openings for college/ students chen. Excellent WANTED
and noon. or after C p.m. MEN 4 women 18 to 55 to train for during summer vacation. AND close to Littlewood and $15,000 with only $
SERVICE Westwood schools. 3 Bedrooms chutes closing. 2103
-. BARBER WANTED. Morrison Barber CIVIL Public relations work. $100 a and 2 Baths Central Heat, Terr. 372-1551 In have
Shop, 11$ N.W. 10th Ave. Examinations. For Informationsend week salary If qualified plus large family room and screen-
Gainesville Shopping Center, name. address 5. Phone No. we are awarding several $1000 ed porch, fenced back yard, HUGH h M intestn
alnesvllle. Fla. 374-354. Key Training Service. 112 W. scholarships and other awards. beautifully landscaped $1V area. Ex
Adams St.. Jacksonville. For app?. call Mr. R. B. Davis 500 Call anytime. MODERN are waiting to
BARTENDERMANAGER Ex
perienced. Cocktail lounge-package 354-3743. Jacksonville. Fla. or RALPH REALTOR 3 BEDROOM 2 full of your listing.
376-4672 EARN In Suite 543 Fla. NatLBank
store. P e rsonallty ambition LEARN jrop FOSSEY chen wi-4 built
mixologist. Write E. L. Rey, 101 Secretarial courses. speedwrltlng. Bldg- Jacksonville between "Selling Florida Since 104" Range oven INC.
North Main. Gainesville. FR shorthand. Classes r y.tormina.211 hours f A.M. and noon%_ 11 W. University Ave. Eh. 374-135 Ing room, sunken
24461.MARKET. Howell's.. Business eiftO. I I Member Multiple Listing with fireplace 3612
W. Univ. Ave.BOATS. Isolated study and houses to bo
man wanted. Sober. reliable \. ATTRACTIVE roomy end Iv.11eabl.1 heat quiet cork them. Phone
d e p o n dable. Will I a g to 1500 sq rre ft. paneled well. 2 septIc SI Q..
work. Apply In person. East Side family room 2 bedrooms. 2 4 miles from the
Market. 1424 Hawthorne Raad.' baths dishwasher, air cfiwtion- tle of the city limits .
Property
.Announcements Ing. and located at JMJ S.W. ed S acre to* In
ONE part time auditor. Apply In ARE YOU A SALESMAN??? inn 3.. In Iflylwlld Can FR' ChantllhAcres..
person to Hotel Thomas. 415 NE 2-2740 after 4 p.m. In Dogwood wtth bath tot
2nd please.Street. No telephone calls AIR CONDITIONEDIF variety of trees. $ $ O In

you like space tor entertaining ed by owner. Please Price $4200. H.
of PERSONALIZED SERVICE
DO you want o FUTURE? this Is the house for you. Lg. appointment. FR -

IN GAINESVILLE its FURNITURE DO you went to make MONEY? living area opening" onto redwood FOR SALE BY

GDI'S PHARMACY I DO you own a Car and Car Insurance? tlewood enclosed and Westwood patio. Near schools.Lit. living room separate Properties
114 Central Plazanext UPHOLSTERYFor READY, WILLING and ABLE TO WORK room. built-in
i ARE you 3 BR 2 baths, central heat try carpeted Fla.
( to Wbm-Dlxle. ) top quality workmanship IF your answer Is yes le all above questions dishwasher, disposal., built in 3 BR 2 full tile CENTER!
For prescriptions 1 cesmttlciID.U call 1 stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal heat located on 1400 ft. of
DRUGSTORE 372-6142 CALL price. $22400 only. $1500 new Country Club traffic count and
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention Mr. McLeod collect 422-1111 Ocala between the hours down. *22 NW 34th Terr. FR 4445. t Univ. Price Sl*. Indicate Im
GAINESVILLE formation or appt. for facility.
to nervous* or elderly. for Interview. t
J. 19
of I a.m. ajn. ..
Driving at
Easy Way School. FR UPHOLSTERY filled.FUN 4 BR, 2 bath In HighlandCourt NEW HOUSE 3 .
two positions to bo I Terms.
THERE are
__1-7001 Lie by State of Fla. 1501 N.W. 13rk St. Manor, alr-condttioner baths central REALTOR.
Free Estimates-TKK vp and double utility Rm.. swim club BuRttn kitchen. ANYTIME
6 SPiCIAL NOTICES delivery membership schools In walk. Call for aP O
--1 lisp distance, $91 mOo 2S32 NE FR -774 or FR -
___ 11th Terr. Call FR ..2349 lesson.
TIlt Citizens lank will accept BY THE OWNER In
NO DREAM We can't sleep tile
BR CCB house
sealed bids on the folio .
IN THE at night for thinking of this
Items: 143 Ponrtec. Star chief 4- place. Gold fish. Camellias. ily room. Call folly f
door hardtop, It,. power steerIng Azaleas Banana shrubs In 5:30 P.M. duplex. J
and br&k.s..ltLS. 14' Glaspar front yard. Beautiful oaks oraoge BY OWNER 4 8R. 2 4 109
with 142 Scott 75 HP. and Horrlcane .. trees. carport two car kl N.E. With rtH.
trailer. 15 Crosby with garage stables large living porch brick patio. 3J o
40 Evbwvda 75 HP. and Gator room with fireplace. dining rm. Can 371-4455
trailer. Contact Mr. Sherrod. walk In pantry. Nearly 2XXX sq.
: _Bids accepted until April 17thf ft. of living" space. 14 minutes IF you plan to built build fir Acroogo
from Gainesville, Florida. Bee a custom

Ba'.y: Sitters ChiU Car .- 1j _mfi Price-Low perienced the time to builders discuss :

irs VACANT Phone FR 2-1511 you call 372-2527
TINY TOT SUN to see this 3 bedroom 2 bath Para We to
home on large corner lot In e 1 p

'I PLAY SCHOOL: NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA beautiful schools residential and shopping.area This closeto Cote pl vow right

Visit us and see for yourself home has large Florida room, For
245flISt.FR475Ot. extra large kitchen with built- THE JAMES Ircl. WIR.b

4 PLANNED program awaits yourpra4clool lOA n.6o MOTORSWHO In range and oven. 2 car carport O Gainesville I h l,
OUTDOOR RECREATION
youngster at JACK & MOTORS and many other desirable of
& JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. features. Priced at S22400 with Ph. 372-2 N available. S22&00
Music programs educational WOULD LIKE THE 71th 24" GRILLS good financing available. BEAUTIFUL and U fenc
fttnvstrips. 7.45-5.IS. Mon.-FrL HUNTER Fiberglass Flshleg 12' Plywood fishing" boats. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR .
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 0-300. Boat Introduced by FRANK $10." DAN BYRDASSOCIATES FR
PHILPOTTt $ f.51 GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES $ .
.a. .
RELIABLE sitter wishes to care EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL RS N. Main 372-3537 Preowned homo located and .
for Infants or smell children Wi CHARGE THE TACKLE BOX street f Howard !
her hofnv Reasonable call FR Inc. lor C $)
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fUNK PHILP01TSSPORT "The HI.rt'Df East GalnasvlUe* a FI

.CHILD or Infant care) privet CENTER'Wtsers Check with Chart List of Classifications to choose Jack DeYot Broker r e bath. *
FR 2-171. Associates: lu c. E
homei Littlewood area. $35 mo.
from -
Stone f!. E. Holloway
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or can pick up and tellve Itself N 2 .
Quality Sells Wetter E. Stoddard I INC
Phone 4141.WILl. 12 Ft. Telestar Sailing sloop with I Clayton Gores HUGH -'

take care of Children In my 20 N.W. 14th Ave. Dacron SaIL Skiing Swimming.Diving. $25 N. W. 13th Street PR 3-2511 with good 3
f -K me from 12 neon willS II p.m. FR 25011 or FR 46W3Man. Open Model ................ $34 Member Multiple_Listing I land all fenc
night. At reasonable! rates. FR I Decked model -........... $7** Fishing equipment. good pas
4-667.- Thro FrL M p.M. Sat. M BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER Safety Items. t, RENTERS? l 'te

: CHILD CARE In my home or 14 Trader for Sailboats. 401 S. Main FR 2-1531 Reoister for fret month's rent ; MOEU J
home. One two children.:
your or
Call S1 -1S36. Model ,PT-1-* $119. 10 Ft. Martin Sailing Pram with Golfing EquIpment.Tennis ; no obligation drawing monthly RED
LAIRD'S MARINE CENTER Dacron SaD ................ $15*. Equipment. Ave. PR I

.1 S. Main r R 1-1531 BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER HUGH EDWARDS. INC. FVepiaco-otrb all equipment.
Ml S. Mate FR 24531 Baseball Equipment. rood frontage.
: North Central Fla. largest oufldtr w largo k

t ID (5)) by tar. l al
Where to Fish. NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. p c .I

f BEAUTY OPERATORS 'un Want Ads SWIMMING POOLS AVAIL June 1st 3 BR 2 bain.Fla. acy r i I AuocUlo
Plus many many wore.ADVZftTUC on'.. screened porch SIS. baths. Floored w '
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BE CAREFREE I 500. Walking" distance Urne- reedy to convert Relo
i for- new Beauty Salon. on Cold wood. Ph. FR 2-5043. Smbodroom or JJn

k Coast West University Ave. Coloy a dean and healthy poet. W THE COME SEE COME BUY needed. LIKE ACRtj
"r.. Opportunity .for .one.to ejualWy Get Results Master Pool Service Inc. Many house for sale but netMany LIKE OLD yar .
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Frankly
. for manager. Mud be high Supplies fc Monthly cleaning DIRECTORY hive roses, fiowenrn Sid neke a
scavicr
stylist In an phases, must have shrub trees. quiet dead end net REALTOR
I ability to work wit-young eiien- ;7343 4106 t-31n street conveniently arranged. J they valued I Micanopy, Ft
.... limit 40. If have ty $1' I *
age you ... II bodroonv I bath Fla. room
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these qualifications. Write box I ; -- screened porch central heat and drive c site for the

I 3M, Gainesville Sun tvlng ad in the alr name, homo address and phone :R; MERCHANT: To place your I dishwasher and very largo VtliKy, t cad fR 4-2172 Almost S ae
""",, bu. All replies confidential. shop or hobby room. Convenient I. M
All applicants will be contacted > PHONE 372-8441 .,NW elementary school. Ufriv sown b.wa J l"t
, ta the hear future. I ,.n in the Sun section Medical Canter. VA hosprtaL Outside We 1 I I

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49 Rooms for Rent 65 Antique 66 Mise .For Sale, 66 Misc. For Sal
45 Furnished Apts. HOMESBuilt

I If GOING out of the building busi I to plans and speci
your
Pattern O-FT.. wide trailer. 2 BR. $75 per
CLASSIFICATION INDEX 11 trimester Printed month. can FR 6-755. COLLECTION of Chinese Art Carvings ness. Will sell ai: kinds and STRAWBERRIES STRAWBERRIESYOU fications. Built anywhert In
AVAILABLE for summer antique. oval dropleaf table sizes of doors for H price. Also pick them 25 cts. a quart. Alachua County.TOMMY ,
I and 2 bedroom furnished
four chairs end buffet em- door locks & hinges. FR 6-044 Bring your own container. 4Vt
apartments. Some alr- 51-A Wanted To Rent bossed design. Many other Items between 10 4 a. miles W. of Lawteyr Fla. Harold RIDGELL
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE conditioned. Near University. fII of furniture and ,Brlc+broc. > 1C Norman. Plenty of ber BUILDERSCall
1 U HemorU_ Ir. 914 S.W. 7th Avenue. FR a-2664. T SHOP Hway 100. I mL South MAYTAG WHIRLPOOL I KEL- ries.
I Card .f 11..ak.S Cl Wanted te Bar 1 & 2 BR, I blk from campus., rt WANTED office space for political _of Starfce VINATORS. New automatic FR 2-4125
lAs' h r.... Machinery A Teals air cond. optional $76 $101 per \ -M 't campaign headquarters.Price .washers from $131,". -ALMOST new large electric range
'4 Penull Service M Boildlar Materials must be reasonable would New Refrigerators from $158.88. S50. Crosley electric refrigerator
Call Green.
McKinney Inc. 66 Misc .For Sale.
mo.
like suburban area. Call only U5. WO for both. Almost ,
I Travel Iirf.rm&Uom .4 Houchold GodS 372.3417. New Freezers from $139.95.New or
a-
I Special MoUe. ES Amtitme between 1 3 p.m. FR 20013.LASSITER kemaker refrlg. from $279.95. new record player S4Q or exchange i
M Misc. Far Sale PRIVATE bath & entrance first MASON WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL for tape recorder. Will
I Flaristst EI NOW can enJoy| cooking with WATCH FOR
you
Baby SI(..... Chill Car C7 TradIng Pasta floor two large rooms for : HYSICIAN'S family of 3 desires 3 gas. Gas range used installed THE VARIETY STORE pay some difference for right I'
I Places Ite G. Lad U ArUclca Waateiu adults. Refrigerator and gas bedroom 2. bath unfurnished FREE with our LP gas. $65 7 $.E. 1st AvenueFR recorder. Call FR 4-4135. IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
r..i oil .* Weeds stove Clean. 70S E. Unlv. Ave home. Phone FR 23021. e-3484.
Thine Ti. 8. complete. Propane LP Gas CLOSE out two 1963 GE AMFMmultiplex ,
70 Beats Maria Eqtlp. FURNISHED 1 Br. apt. wat e r r WANTED furnished house or appart- SW Archer Road. Phone FR 6- USED APPLIANCES wall stereos bi Maple. Cooperative apartments to
AUTOMOTIVE 71 Camp .Hual. Fisk furn. 31st -Ave. N.W. &fth Terr.. ment. 2 bedroom I bath. Price 5110. RANGES FROM 3995. Regular S29M5. Two only at I be built In GainesvMle. For

It Airplane Sales-Rentals 7S Office E.mlPBe tn 3127 call FR 4-4J17. $75 to 185. Call W. T. Grant Co. ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna Refrigerators from 4995. J2OTOO. No money down. 24 information' call FR 4-2921

n M. C* m.u Ur Bale Itasltal Merchandise 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & 3764273. Double stack complete. NothIng TV from $39.95.WE months to pay. FR 2-3537. 725 I or write,
IS Tracks far Sate I clean. For married couples on- else to buy. $15. Brants. SERVICE WHAT WE SELL N. Main St. P. O. Box 13956

79 'I'ruetll'aate.. .i ly. Adults. no pets. Rent reasonable. 52 Boarders Wanted 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. THE VARIETY STORE 2 BR trailer with some land onrouta I Gainesville Fla.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE '
M Tractors A Track Rentals Call 3747844.NEAR 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR
USED Chain Saws $50 New 12L Nearly/ new boat with I University Park
up. 63484.FOR
III Trailer EVentalsU : LOOM
and board for Private
girls. two motors and trailer bulldozing
Campus 3 furnished tn :
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JloUreytfci A Seoetcrt Z3 Lets for Sal.54.Walertrou m 4 hp saws $8995. We repair
Antomeblla RepairsAntemebBes $ Property 5 apartments. 2. :3 or 4 stu bath use of washing ma- all chain saws & lawn mowers. SALE large Caladium bulbs tractor and cattle trllller.1 Apts.
I. 33 Homes F.r 8aJe'Sf dents. Roby FR 4-2737 or chine. 625 N.E. 1st Street. Phone Chain saw rentals. McCulloch 10 cents each. Also beautiful pick-vp truck. Call 4421754.RED I
U (*r Bale FR 6-6083.
0 FR 41082.STUDIOUS Wisconsin and Briggs Stratton Boxwod L Ltgustrum. Phone
Ce-ttaces Far Sal
M Swap CaaEDUCAT1IHAL dinette set extra leaf extends 1 I ,
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37 Real Estate ExehaircdU room mate wantedto 54 Business RentalsAIR dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR to 36 x 60", chrome and' --
Real Estate Wanted I- share cool air-conditioned 6-3411. HI-FI and T-V comb.. T-V needs formica table. 4 plastic padded i i

II School InstrmeUaa S. Ont ef Town Property apt. for summer. Call FR CLOSE OUT SALEOn repair. rest In exceL cond. $30. chairs. $25 complete. Phone FR McCOY'SMacoma
40 Easiness Prepeniea 4-2411 Mrs. Diekie. 2 white head-boards like new 2-I1M. I
1* Mule. Dtcinf.ft 41 Residential CONDITIONED Wallpaper. 98c a Roll i
Income
372.101VARIOUS
Wanted-In trmetl.. Efficiency apt., water furnished NEARLY new modern office or HARPER PAINT CO. $10. Homes
Farms Acreage AIR CONDITIONER YORK f. n &
: $35 per mo. 3505 N W. 17th St. location at 3733 West Univ. Ave.Ph. household items. Stove. ,
Colored 10 S.W. 7th St. 3724366SINGER unit incl. 140,000 BTU
Rentals distributing
Property
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Call McKinney Green Inc. FR 2- FR 6-2472 Weseman bed. elec. Inc.For .
EMPLOYMENT Realty refrigerator. srru appliances -
4 auto 40-75,000 BTU
-Colored Property sales gas heating; I
17 Work Wanted ta1.- : m 3617. 1113 N. Main St. FEATHERWEIGHT with chair tricycle baby cooling Muller compressor air cool Sale. very attracttvt S-

1* Werlf Wanted renal* RENTALS :3 bedrooms. bath and V. Priced GARAGE space for rent. 613 Sw. Balance portable case $75.sold Terms new $169. bed. stroller, and ethers. 372- ed. Freon 22 still in guarantee. bedreom. 1-bath home. 4417
''n Sale flel.p Wanted 5 $75 per m 0 nth. Students welcome 2nd sr. call John Merrill. Real- 815 only ar 9500. $1200 time. or $995 cash. FR 4-7731 E. University Ave.; walking
ranged. W. Unin. Ave. 376-
IS Help-Kd. *r Female <4 Cottages Far Rent 5 water furnished. Call FR tor. FR 21494. 1075. DINETTE chairs bedroom furni- Mr. Smith. distance to Lake Forest
Hale Help Wamted 22907. ture Ultramatic Caloric Schools. Price $12.500. 1500
41 Famished gas
Ap'" OFFICE SPACE
Dramatic .-'._ A 4< Untarnished Apt.. i 2 BR. furnished apartment. No Main St. Phone for 376-1480 rent. 626 if no N. KEEP your carpets beautiful despite stove almost new. Very reason I PIANO' $125; Refrlg. $35; gas range down and STfSO per month.

1-111 Femal. Help W .Ud- 47 Houses fee Rent Fnrn.4S 5 pets. :311 S. E. tth St, $80 month. answer 3721823 constant footsteps of a busy able. 376-0410. i $15; power mower $25; HI-FI and Can Gerald or V Q McCoyJr.

U..... for Rent 11111..... ii! Phone FR 6-8961. family. Get Blue Lustre. Rent PORTABLE Kenmore washing stand$10. after$25 Sv-nday.dinette FR and-0451.4 chairs. Day FR 4-7290 nights FR

& LIVESTOCK 4* R .mk tat Rent E MOBILE home Ig. cabana room. 56 Business Opportunities electric shampooer $1. McDaniell machine. used once $35. Call FR 6-5013. Office corner N. Main

Tut E,.tpment J;.. _.M Hotel Reams i _no pets. Call FR 22290. Furniture Co.. Gainesville Shopping 2-6258. and 23rd BtvdNEW _
n Feed J\erWl'nt" : :J>1 sst... Rentals MAKING MONEY Center. EYES RIGHT!
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1 bedroom furnished THE best costs less. Cook for less
it Livestock '* Snpp1ea !j6IA Wanted Ta Rent apartment. FROM WATER -
tS Landsiasbac T.p Sell 5S Boarders Wanted TV.private entrance. free water and THE Ice business Is a big bolness. SINGER RECONDITIONEDNEW with Phone Philgas 3765392.from Fuilgas' Inc. s.. real dream living In Shadow
antenna. Call FR. 6-5112
30 Pets SBvpJie> S3 Office -. Desk Spa eii IE or .Be the one to own the Par. CONSOLE Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. HOMES
11 Un Hk.J'i.' ... ... Baalaess,. ..taJa' if 2-741* T-lce,' ice vending franchise in FULL price $3848. Payments C.' E. REFRIGERATOR excellent D. Oliver Bldr.
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4 ,: .. tri"*. ONE Bedroom apt.' Hot and cold your area. High gross profits $1.25 per week. 815 W. Univ. cond. 6 mo. old.. 4V yrs. guarantee -
FINANCIAL '*, :*. '!II.'I SERVICE' ,= water. clean quiet. Adults. 317 with nominal supervision. For Ave. 3761075. remaIning. best offer Al- Ph. FR 1-CM4
full details call so Ig. with griddle. FR West en NW 39tti AVI.. past
Ot> nlUea 22 Special Services NE 2nd Ave. FR 4-5289. or write: Ml 7- range
Business Pn> 6363. ELECTROLUXSOLD 27393. the Glen Springs infersectwa. WALTER
17 Money t* lean 23 Bama Imprevementa E FOR RENT. 1 BR apt., 300 NE William A. Massey a, Associates See s U Hortuea : 21 Rail A TV Service 11th St. Studious atmosphere. 191 W. Fairbanks Avenue new $80. Now $49. Like new. FOR SALE Roll-Top Antique desk STUBBS
23 .* Feraiterennmaronmnllsfnsmmuffmt1tnImtmmmKntttrnm : $150. May be seen at 1310 S. ,
Si Meney Wanted AppttMtc I Available April 16th. Rent $75. Winter Park. Florida Guaranteed.
9397Ili THE Main Thomas OH Co. FR 4-8M4.
Phone 374-1123. KIRBY CO.
_...---,,,,,,, -...-- .. INC.
.ltl1tl.llU "" m "ulIP__ 61 Wanted 712 N. Main FR 6-7110 or 6-1117. BRAND new twin air-foam mat-
LARGE clean newly decorated liv. to Buy
SIZES tress. Will sell for US. Call 376- E. C. "CURLY"
ing Rm..' bedroom tile kitchen WANTED
42 Farms Cr, Acreage 45 Furnished Apri. ; 0827 after 5
& bath hot wafer heater gas ; jz. 2-10 pjn.
2 gal. oil will 10
WANTED: water cooler must be cans pay 1321 NW T6th AVE.
plenty of closet KUEHN JR.
range space. priced reasonable cents each for clean undamaged ELECTRIC STOVE 3 burner. ,
and in
LOS TRANCOS1. WOODS 1 BEDROOM air conditioned _Available now. Call FR 6-6509. Int %MCN1W4,- working condition. Call 372-8441 good cans. A&J Saw 8> Mower deep-well oven, storage draw- Home Lots Income. BusIness PHONE 376-5394
24 ACRE wooded tracts west of furnished apartment. New MODERN furnished apt. for rent. ext. 20 1-5 weekdays.WE Co.. 2022 NE 23rd Blvd., ers & timer. First come first and Lake Property
Gainesville $365 .down total Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd Air conditioned. $70 per mo. Gainesville. serve $25. Call FR 6-6545. Farms and Acreage.

price $1820. Drive west on New Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115.' plus utilities.' Phone 372-6840, or BUY and sell all kinds of fur. FOR SALE galvanized metal T.V.'S USED $29.95 up. portable table E. C. CURLY KUEHN Jr..
berry Road. turn 'right on SR 1 block: from campus. Occu- 374-9023. Pop-tops V shorts lust what niture stoves refrigerators. circular swimming tank. 7 & consoles guaranteed. Anten C38 N. MAIN ST. "' "We Trade Houses"

No. 241 and watch for sign on pancy by February 25. 2 & 3 BR air conditioned apts. 3 summer little girls need who to live be cool.out-doors comfort.all clothes FR 23937.WANTED radios.. TV etc. Call ft. diameter. 30 inches deep. na's optional. College Radio FR FR C-2032 Broker FR C-B44
the call anytime for
right or blks. from campus low summer Phone FR 2-9749. 6-7731.
1 BEDROOM. large living room. able pretty. Run them up quicklyof
to be mailed.AIRPLANE ---------- --
map .
> kitchen couple preferred. No rates. For- appt. to see ph. cottons that need no Ironing. good used Canoe. Call after

OWNERS children or pets. Available May 372-0481. Printed Pattern 9397: Children's' .S pm 3764832.Household.

Vt INTEREST In private landing 1st. FR 2-4857. FOR RENT furn. 3 rm. & bath SIzes 2, 4, 6. 8. 10. See pattern for Shadow Lawn Estates
Jteld of regulation size with adjoining apt. Good location. Ph. FR 65821or "FIFTY"CENTS 64 Goo,is Custom-built homes that look
acreage for homesiteand AIR COND. 8x30 Trailer with cabana. Inquire at 622 NE 1st St. in coins for this eustom-baJlt.; If yon are tired WHAT'SBACK
hangar minute from town. 2 bedroom on bus line. to pa"ern-add 15 cents for each REPOSSESSEDCOMPLETE of homes with that subdivision
Call anytime town and campus. $40. FR 2-2914. 1 BR furnished apt. living room. pattern for first-class mailing and 5 look. see
dinette and bath. $75 $30. $85per
special handling. Send to Marian
Ralph FOSSEY Realtor NEW. furnished 2 bedroom. air conditioned month. Phone 376-0787 Martin Gainesville Sun. Pattern ROOMS F. D. Oliver. Bldr.

: duplex apartment. Lovely Dept.. 232 West 18th St., New York FK FB 2-0866 '
11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 47 Houses for FURNITURE & APPLIANCES West ea NIT :33th Ate. past
Florida Since 1906" wooded area. $95 monthI- FR 2- Rent Furn. 11. N. Y. Print plainly NAME AD- '
"Selling 1666 DRESS with ZONE SIZE and Take Over PaymentsSAILOR the Glen Eprlnfs! interiee-
STYLE NUMBER. ..... See sIgn ea left.
PRIVATE newly painted. closeIn. 1 BR. house. suitable for couple or being transferred out of of the
43 Colored Property I 3 rooms and bath. Hot and one person only. $50 a month. YOUR FREE PATTERN IS country taking his family with
cold water furnished. Off street on Hawthorne Rd. Call FR READY choose it from 250 design him wants someone to take over I
I S. W.' 2nd 2-4762. Ideas in new SPRINGSUMMER
parking. No pets. 15 payments on his furniture &
HOMES FOR SALE Place. Pattern Catalog. lust out appliances. GROWINGDEMAND
2 & :3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & : :3 BEDROOM. 2 bath furnished Dresses sportswear coats, morel of sofa FURNITURE& chair In consists STUDENT RENTALS II
SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay I STOP LooKINGI! Sub-let Apr. house. Near CampUs. Available Send 50 cents now. grade high SUMMER RATES

men?. Some small down pay. I I 15 Sept.- 1, 2 BR, completely early May. Write P. O. Box 126 2 end nylon tables converts with matching to bed. Your Key to Good Living 1 blk. from Norman Hall
ment. Monthly payment 157 to furn air cond. apt. T.V Gainesville. Florida. cocktail 2 lovely lamps. reclin

$65. Also homes built on your antenna Incl IV* blks. from 2 BR. CCB furnished N. E. sec 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.FOR ,lng chair 108 sq. ft. of carpet. A One furn. garage apt. now available I
married couple pfd. HUGH EDWARDS HOME
lot for no down payment.Call i campus tion. Call FR 2-7154- I
TOMMY RIDGELL $100 per mo. 374-3344. 21" CONSOLE TV others Apr. 21st.

Builder Phone FR 2-4125 2 & 3 BR houses $100 per BEDRM. consists of full size I
28R. lOx 50 Mobile home. RENT 3 BR 2 bath built-In dresser for
bachelor's In
fence. 100 IV lot mo. 7 mln. from courthouse. kitchen chest & 4-6 bookcase bed.Boys' One furn. apt exclusive
private x corner lot 2 blks. from O Colonials from $93 month home.
Living
5 mln. to Univ. Phone FR per room
PI. FR 6-1 HO. Metcalfe room consists of set maple
44 Cottages for Rent 2020 NW 31st. School & |Ir. high. 1943
2-9854. bedroom bath t private
bunk beds with match.I en
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No children. $75 mo. NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. g
3 BR 2 bath furnished block Call 3725738. chest. 7 pc. dinette with for. 1 Vz both homes from $77 per mo. trance. BUTLERBROS.

GUEST HOUSE with spacious ter. EAST SIDE house. Phone FR 2-0724. mica top. Family size refrigerator -
2! Bedroom house plus den; stove 81 stove also included. Furn. rooms for women students.
race overlooking natural stream GARDENAPARTMENTS SMALL 2 bedroom CCB house 5 furnished. S125 month. 26 S.W. ORIG. PRICE $1176 Florida! modern brick fronts from $95
on private grounds. Large II v Ing minute drive to University. Water 24th St. Call Gladys Smith. Call FR 6.4031 after

room.With bath fireplace.and kitchenette.balcony.Completely bedroom furnished. Phone FR 6-6539. Realtor. 372-5393. BAL DUE $297 per month 5 p.m. and weekends03nlthlmn1whtmftffihtfttrntmnl'JSi .

furnished. Close to University COEDS. 3 BR house. completely furnished FOR RENT unfurnished 2 BR WKLY PAYM'TS $2.50No __
$57 per month upGainesville's kitchen Screened porch homes from $85
and Medical Center. Cadi FR equip. $100 mo. house $60 per mo. unfurnished : '! :' '
4-5112. Finest Call 376-3305 after 5 p.rn. 2 BR duplex apt. $60 per. mo. money down no payment month HOMES?
til May. Ask for Sears Furniture per
Call FR 6-7466.
2 BEDROOM trailer with unfurnished Furnished or unfurnished FURN. Room for rent. Prefer in storage at II
2 room cabana. No pets. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart grad. student (woman) or work- FOR rent in Archer. 2 BR. house NATIONALFURNITURE Calif. moderns from Norwood11kpe =
$61 month. Available April 15th. ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 374608. Ing lady. Reasonable. rent. FR _$60 per mo. Call 4722450. f $84 per mo.- I Location
FR 25633. 4-6077. WAREHOUSE '"'.. ;:< !
FORDYCE RENTALS :3622 Beach Blvd. FL 92561 II
Open DAILY 9-9.Sat. '-6., Sun. 12-6 I E! i

SEVERAL attractive homes Jacksonville Fla. NO MONEY DOWN VA 'J. : "HInc. and
available I
and also apart
ments. Call or Contact For. LIVING ROOM suit. bedroom Pay Only $100 Closing
I SERVICESHome suite dinnette set Assume
dyce Associates Inc. a We Trade Homesor
926 low payments. See at 21. S.E. Quality
W. Univ. Ave 376-1236 7th St. FHA LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT Property

UNFURNISHED 3 BR house. Stove
& refrigerator. 2414 E. Unlv T-A-G APPLIANCESTested IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY When It Comes To
and Guaranteed
Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 after 5:30 I" '" '-
P.M.' 42 Refrigerators from J39 up
for
I And Business appt.
9 LOCATION
Ranges from $39 up following art ready for
4 RM. frame house at 1120 SE 17 Washers from $19 up I
21st Ave.. shady yard. $42.50 per 8 Dryers from $49 up Hugh Edwards Inc. &
month. Call 372-4136. 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up QUALITYWe
Bulldozing Plumbing 2 Dishwashers from..' up 1115N.W.4OthDr.
AVAIL. Apr. 25th. near City Park 10 TV Sets :3 BR. 2 bath S350 dn. $130 -
from $35
SMALL bulldozer loader dump I shopping. schools. 3 BR study JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE c'f. N.E. 16th Ave. & J 15th St. 372-1551 per mo. Have Only
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. Top I Isoli. SEWER INSTALLEDNEW Iv. rm, dn. rm. kit. equip. 419 NW 6th Ave Ph. 3725303
Phone 372-744. & used fixtures. complete breakfast nook FR 6-2693. n l1l5N.E.5thSt. THE CREAM

BULLDOZERS A Dragline, Back I I ,plumbing service "BIG JIM COMPLETELY redecorated I :3 BR. 2 bath. $350 dn. $113
HUGULEY. Gainesville PlumbIng 3 BR. house. Fenced back yard. per mo.
hoe. wheel tractors
grader. Free estimates. W. G.I FR 2-1589 no thru street. Owner on premIses Highland Court Manorthe

Buck) Johnson. FR4t1 through Sunday. Drive by 3707 NW 21st PI.
520 NE 12th St.
RemodelingNEED 4 BR, 2 bath S300 dn. $107

CarpentryWORK 803 N.W. 10th Ave. 3 BR. unfurnished swim club community permo.
home. with stove and re IB
A NEW Florida room carport frigerator. semi-finished Fla. rm. 1216 N.E. 17th Ave.

wanted: Carpenter desires patio screened-in porch. $110 mo. Ph. FR 6-2472. Wese- Ii 3 BR, 1 bath $350 dn. Mt
etc.? Call now and get It done man Realty
work. Repairs remodel I n g. per mo.
Ph. 24102.Cosmetics. for the summer months. Call 3 BR, 1 bath
after 611 N.W. 34thTer- I
372-8049 5 P.M. for free
estimates. race $110 per mo. Call McKinney 1442 NE 16th PI.
Green Inc. FR 23617. BR. m bath $400 down.

Air Conditioning BUILDING. remodeling. painting. 121 N.W. 25th Street. Close to Univ. 13 per mo. !i
block and cement work. Good
3 bedroom 1
bath. range and
\ An HOUR OF BEAUTY will make I work. Good' prices. Phone 4481872. frigerator. $110 Mo. or can fur.re- 1'702 N.W. 38th Dr. I PALM VIEW

a -new you" at MERLE NORMAN nisI, air cond. on lease at high : BR. 2 bath $350 dn. $17 ESTATES
BALL" Air
"ART conditioningHot COSMETICS STUDIO. er rate. FR
PALATKA ORNAMENTAL IRON 6-3545 evenings FR mo.
( Air-Hot water) heating. and I Learn professional make-up WORKS. Railings & porch columns 2-7883 NW 39th Terr. 6-

Years refrigeration.Experience.Ph. 377-1645 15 perts.secrets 513 by'W.trained Univ.beauty Ave. FR ex made to your speclflca. CLEAN 2 BR. kitchen equipped 4527 6' 4617 SE 1st PI. NW 16th Ave.
tions. Phone 325-4005 Palatka
2-3124. Ideal for working people. 20 SE IJ & 4608 Sf 2nd PI.
after f P M., reverse the charg
9th St. $60 $16,000 to $20,950
es. per mo. Phone 6- BR I bath $500 dn. $48
Appliance RepairsSEEING BIG MONEY. Future for experienced 5724. mo.
direct sales manager In
GaInesville Wal'1o. Lake Butler ONE. 3 BR. house furnished $60
Hawthorne Lake City. Live UpholsteryUPHOLSTER per mtL. water Included. Available & 313 SE 38th St.

FOR rebuilt IS washing BELIEVING machines Oak & Alachua. If not Interested May 1st. :3 BR. unfurnished i 304 & 314 SE 39th St. FERNWOOD
house
$50 Hot
dishwashers. refrigerators and -_do not upoly Phone 374-1480 your furniture at neater and water mo. InclUded.water 3 BR 1 bath $500 tin. $64
repairs call Dan at FR reasonable prices. Call Sally Available = per mo. MANOR
appliance Call
now. 485-2362,
.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA Experienced. FR 69881.SewingAlterations I
40J47A1 Brooker. Fla. NW 39th St. 6'I
HANDYMAN SHOP : RlI.'I JlIIUllliIliil iillllllIllli IiiIIiIiIIr
.First In apptUnc< repairs FIREEXTINGUISHER 2 Bedroom unfurnished house. located .- 13th PI.
CO. N.W. Section. Call FR 2-817 I The following are under construction I
Sales and Service after 4 weekdays or all day Sun- and will be ready $12,250 to $16,000WESTMORLAND

I Appliance Repair & -All types of Fire Extinguishers SEAMSTRESS I do sewing of all day. ,w .. for occupancy soon. !

Air Conditioning Pick up and delivery, service kinds & Dressmaking. Mrs. W. 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath. attached
C R. Thomas Ph. 374-9t C. Asbetl, 3434 N.W. tilts Terrace garage. Air conditioner. $100 3224 NW 29th An.I .

Gainesville. Fla.XXJR 372-0655. month. 720 N.W. 20th Ave. FR BR 2 bath, $750 dn. $102

BENNY GRAYFOR ALTERATIONS on women' 2-1685. AvaiL May 1. per me323C

clothing also buttonholes. ESTATES
Efficient Quality Mortgage Broker bens t NW 29th Are.
dressmaking. Cat 49 Rooms For Rent
ServiceR.uon.bl.. Rates Addition No. 2
372-8891. 3 BR. 2 bath $700 dn. 'n
: CALL 376-4879 PItA and conventional .t lowest The Morificelfo per me. NW 39th Dr. &
THE' ROOMS for
men. Weekly maId
current rates. Terms to 25 Machine
Sowing
CTRICAL APPLIANCE ,y ear.. Will gladly discuss at iobligation. Repairs service. linens and refrigerator 3301 & 3311 NW 8th Ave.

r .MEDICAL CENTER ,J. W. KIRKPATRICK.. Call tomorrow.,Realtor CAlL-SEWING MACHINE SER.] furnished.416 NE 2nd 372-1185 Ave. or 37219S1 Now Open For Your InspectionDon't NW 30th Ave. $20,000 to $30,000All

4 BR 2 bath $450 dn Ver \
VICE '
EMERGENCY refrigeration and air 31 N. Main it. PA. FR 2-1494 CO. 815 W. University FOR businessman. Large bedroom.
Ave. 376-1075. We me.
conditioning In your home. Free FRED B. ARNOLD repair alMakes. prIvate bath. Facilities for light '

estimates. 24 hour service. Ph. REALTOR Work fully guaranteed meals. 306 N.E. 7th Avenue. fail to see, this popular model this j. -, 3236 & 3224 .
FR
W1MO: FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS 2-1701. Services
Tires Alignment CLEAN. room. close In. week. Over 1600 square feet of enclosed -*. NW 30th Ave. City
Dally
Appraisal ServiceFRED Ult W. UNIV.. AVE. PH. 372-3522 maid 3 BR 2 bath. $600 dn. SUper
Brake
Service service
reasonable. 622 4
four
MORTGAGE MONEY N.E. 2nd St. FR 61423.LARGE space with bedrooms two baths. onda mo.

REALTOR B. ARNOLD- IS 5Vi year' per cent Interest. Terms. to VACATION SPECIALON trance cool bath ar'd private en I paneled Florida room gives your family plentyof 3330 & 3320 Monthly Payment

REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL BUY BUILD REFINANCECall famous nationally known Mohawk For business room. and NW 30th Ave. From $74.38
couple to Spacious
or women. room living room
grow
SERVICE tires . Save up to _Week or month. FR 28262. *, |> 3 BR 1 bath, $554 dn, STfJO
121' W UN tv. AVe. PH. 312-3522 125 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 50%! on new tires. See our new mo. I
dining too. this per
Dan Byrd wrap around retread that gives SLEEPING room. with kitchen priv- separate room Inspect big

Auto more mileage a. traction. Latin Ueces if desired. Phone FR 2- -. .
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Equipment GLADYS Smith Reator.! FHA > r Tire Co. tn N. Main St. 1154 or see at 517 NE 4th St. one with colonial styling now.: IiiI' Min. Down FHA
and conventional loans. Low .
'l T ( I
rates. Terms to 25 .ear$. 1221 SINGLE or double room In large FOR RENT Nothing Down VA
rebuilt A
HYDRAULIC JACKS Repair kIts for W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393- WINDOW CLEANING! cool rooming house. 2 blocks Monticello Located at N.E. 31st Ave. and 15th St.pt .---
exchanged off campus. Kitchen. living Rm. ,
7th St.
124 51
aumorl
Walker Jacks. Factory FORDYCE and Associates Inc.
WINDOWS Cleaned. floors cleaned a. ma d service. Call FR 2-2726.
ed Walker Hydraulic Jack Conventional and F.H.A. loans 3 BR 1 Bath
and
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE with low rates and long term waxed houses washed 10 ROOMS for co-eds or Health Center .
SERVICE I, SUPPLY 13J4 S. loans )Or$. experience. Free estimates. technicians. $125 trimester -- -- I Year Lease $100 par Mo. SALES OFFICE
our specialty. Quick. courteous Phone FR 23953.Yard per _ --_-- .
Main' FRAuto 2-1191 confidential service. Can or $30 per month on W..Univ. Sales Office Located
374-1234 or come by *2* West Ph. 3760787.ATTRACTIVE. NW 39th Terr. 6-

Glass University Avenue. Grace For. Work room. with private I L rt3ftA. At NE 23rd Blvd. NW 16th Ave.Tel. .
o vc>., Realtor ALL OVR HOMES ARE
entrance, in quiet modem home. : : and 11th Terrace OPEN -OR YOU TO EN- ..
AUTO GLASS u our only Dustness. FOR the best take, a rest. Osteens Kitchen privileges. Ideal for U of JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF FR 2-9545 or

Immediate Installation PAINTIHGPAINTLIIIG. Lawn Mowing Service. Free esti- _F student. FR 2-7883. Phone 372-3471 I YOU WILL JUST CALL. Nights and Holidays
free 'pickup .. delivery. Add mate. Call FR 41417.ADVERTISE .
:3 BLOCKS from low sum- 1123 S-E. 4th STREETFR 0 '
campus .
beauty A value to your car Also Screens repaired mer rates. Cheaper by the tri BUILDERS and DEVELOPERS 4-5301 *r FR7W FR 6-9048 .,.
MAULDIN-S AUTO GLASS CO. window glass replaced. Phone IV THE mester. For appointment to see
333 N.W. 4th St. FR 4-255. FR 4V12S3. SERVICE DIRECTORY call 372-0431. L "
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Monday- April 13,1964 Gainesville' 1 Sun 1_J

1.41.. S.. Sat.. 77 M.I n. H...... for Sale 15 AutomeUlM for Sale I
I I J I GAINESVILLE VOLKSWAGEN I

VWLtNO'S UPHOLSTERY, POR SALE 11 ft. house trailer FOR SALE Spitfire 1. Triumph AUTO SALES PAINT JOB
CMrs. low at I$. t4.. money completely furnished. Must sell priced for quIck sal. Call 372- I
etoPw low a. IS per month. Immediately. M9S cash. May be 3032. 1007 N. Mia St.
Free estimates. pickup end deelvery :
seen at Moor" trailer park or
FOR SALE. 1961 Volkswagen. For. Phone FR 2-6313
service. All work guarantecd. leave message for Charles Ma- I
Phone' 37-77l_ _glil at FR e-Stti. tIn ments.of Phone equity FR and*-take U4.ItM up pay Northctntral Florida's Spring Special

-KEROSENE H.W. Net r 30 gal. Only 3 left et CLOSE-OUT PRICES Largest I I 'fl'. '
4-door, V-a. S. v.v Plymouth MILLERIV rl".J
;
condition. SaVe >
excellent ,
money.It. SAVE t* S1400 heater stick shift. WOO. See at .Independent Dealer
>>. It. Mak r*.sciabIs offer. Call DANK FINANCINGNEW. 1106 N.e. m Ave. or can FR 2- BROWN ::!! '
6-51tO. I \r wIde mobile homes 1640.5501EV. I a. $1095 '..... ..
.STRAWBERRIES. M ctt quart. You Town Country Trailer Sales 1030 E. Unir. ,
.
pick them. ] mites N. of Waldo. I 3tM S.W. Archer Rd. FR 1S290.S4 smalL V-I engine 4 ADVERTISE IN THE '
rell carburetor stick trans. I SERVICE DIRECTORY FR 2-3582
Call 48-1770 for Intermatlon. G.IL
x r Liberty. 3 bedroom, tra oood. S1SO complete. See lr.1
-- Wasdh. I I deluxe model. Air conditioned.\ drive it. J. w. Phillip. U.
GOOD hearing, Is one .' yew mostvaluable Indirect lighting. Walnut Cars. Aladtua. I
atMts. Dont nfl.ct It. panelinf. Aluminum. Must see to I '
Visit GAINESVILLE'S, HEARING appreciate 82.495. FR 2-94.. 063 Velkswagen sedan air-condl-

_AID FR A-COM.CO. today._420 N. Main St. SO Tractm & Truck Rentals tlontno.S p.m.CASH Phone FR 2711 after I I BUY SATISFACTION I HAWES- ; FIRST AMONG THE FINE

tor your old car. H & H Mot
.* ART BOOKS RENT a truck one-way anynviiereIn ors. 14M SE 3rd Ave. POWERSBody
-------- FAMOUS Artist of
COUnt, set 4. the USA. from United Ren l,,l BUICK Electra convertible Today Tomorrow
14521 .ne 6
FR
-C* IUI\
Ails. 42$ NW tth Ave. Fit t-tt3S. all power excellent condition. See
CONDITIONER. 14.000 BTU CARS OF THE WORLD
It 4M Ng 5tn Ave after t P M Shop
Kelvinator. New SMO. Used only 83 Motorcycles & Scooters
_ .
-4 mo* lisa on 372-uss.
.....fERNATIONALHarvest..,. r*. 1'&t NORTON motorcycle 600 cc. 87 Automobiles Wnter 63 STUDEBAKER, Cr. all power & air $2195 611 SW 3rd St.

tfrlgerator $ O. GE rang S40. In excellent condition. S400. I i iI
5 Bom In good condition. Call CvS Call 454-1041 after 7:00 P.M. Wanted 1950 I thru 154 Fords 62 COMET 4-dr. radio htr. std. $1395 FR 2-0538 I,1 ER:: : C E DE SEN': Z
'nstOft S 1M5I after 6:30. and Chevrolets. *U S.E. "n iI
SI ZUNDAPP Super Sabre. In St. Al Herndon Service Station.
-kAUTIfUL __ I
emerald cut solitaire"tctflamond good condition. Priced for tan.
ring. Appraisal' valu sale S135. Ross Jeffrey Glyn- 63 METEOR
"3 7CO. will sell for less. Call FR wood Trailer\ Park Trailer 17. power steering auto $2395
I
g1S70 after 4 p.m._ DODGEDARTDODGE GOINGIN
I NOW ON DISPLAY AT
'-$EAUTIFUL Chantllly s.ce and 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS TRUK5POOLEGABLE 62 v..W. Spotless inside and out .$1395 1 I
net floor length gown. Size S to !
?!7. Hoop Included. 15V4S.. E. 10th Jj-ftlkG AUTO UNE-UP \
1- St. After 5 p-m. Your cars pep & power show
61 FORD, Galaxie 500 R&H, full pwr & !
EMINGTON nois iu portable up with a tune-up at BROWN'S, BUSINESS. LINCOLN-MERCURY
119 SE First Arc. CRANE
,. typewriter. very good condition SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed air . . . . . . .$1595
Si wheel i I 372-4343
recapping alignment
i. US. all 371-Ml*. 60 VOLKSWAGENConvertible
_ _
_10* N. Main. FR 6-4310.
*FOR sal coin operated drink box grey with new ny.
o with fountain holds 4 cases. $100. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE I[- 62 FALCON, very clean auto. $1395 ton white top. A-l throughout. I 506 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. PHONE FR 2-4251

________ Call Floyd's Moor 43-1171..443ISTf FOR THE CORRECT $1045

_______ anytime AUSTIN-HEALY. 3000. 196Q, white CADILLAC 4-dr deVille. Id. air 59 RAMBLER
___ over- rlve. lump seat Going TIME 59 $1995 Custom, 4-4oor, cylinder automatic
________ 70 Beits-Marine C ui'" to service. 37-3211 ext. 5514. or radiO. heater white
374-005. walls. Real
FR
2.1411 Nice
61 T-BIRD PS. PB. EW. ES. air. $2495 $645 car __ __,_ "_ _,' _H __ _,_
_ .14' REGAL LANCER Cabin Cruiser CADILLAC Loaded with SEDAN everything.1157 SS50.DeVllI 1804 Coyrtesy Of 57 CHEVROLET 0 .__ ._ ._ _. ;"- "r._ ._ ."_ ,
and trailer. Phone 1S48
N.W. 38th Terrace. Phone 3720481. University Chevrolet 61 RAMBLER Wag. PS. fac. air $1295 Belalr. 4-Ooer. automatic. Radio -
_ OAT TRAILER. Ideal for small heater 2-ton paint White
_ fishing boat. 42t N. W. fth Ave CHEVROLET U60 Impala, 2 -dr. N. Main St. at 16th Ave. walls. Sharp.
hardtop power steering radio. -
__
__ nue.
heater power Clyde transmission. -- $745
jr CORRECT Craft Inboard. 13S Phone FR 4-450. '57 DESOTA
j HP Grey Marine engine, boat Crane-Lincoln Mercury
CHEVY 54. 2 Dr.. VAT. W-W 2-door hardtop. Automatic. radio
and trailer. $1,000 cash. Phone
FR t-OMS. neater, S2O Call 37]-715. Ford heater power steering and
________ brakes. Sharp.
_
__
__ $ 'jy ALUMINUM boat, U HP CHEVY 1fS7 station wagon V-a. Falcon "It's Easy to Trade with Crane Lnicoln Mercury" $795
I I
I motor. Trailer, good condition.SM1 excellent cond. new t r
,_' Phone FK 2.535. FR Best 04330.CORVAIR offer. Phone 374023 or FoirUne 516 S. MAIN STREET FR 23631Haven't 57 wagon.CHEVROLETStation V-4, automatic, II .

BOSTON WHALER MoN.63, equipped S T-Bird radio heater 2-Mn paint. I ..
Nice.
DOUBLE hull fiberglass unslnk.
with radio heater white sidewall
able 14' boat with 71 HP Evln- tires. 1,000 actual miles. Ford $695 : '
rvde top and Ace. 1 year old. Assume payments small equi 56 CHEVROLET4Door --
_ _ New condition. Cost $3200. Bar.gain ty. Will consider older car for '
Trucks Belalr. Automatic,
at $3200. Can be financed." ra.dIn
equity. Call owner at 372-4441. You Heard? roMw A
___________ Phone_FR 3- 443 after S ,.rn. .xt. 33. a-5 weekdays. o Used Power heater steering.white Clean wall as a tires.pin. :
*.*0 H.P. Inboard ski boat S trailer DODGE 141 hardtop. 6 cylinder I $695 'Si
In good condition. Needs paint standard transmission.R Cars '
Must sell. $350. See at Ga- I 55 CHEVROLET
I only. and H. Low mileage. Excellent I
tor Marine. W-W Exceptionally clean. 2-door hardtop. Automatic. V-I. I
'12 FT. v-bottom plywood boat. Reasonab. Call 372-7477. Get TOTAL 1964 RAMBLER wall radio tires.heater Clealn.2-tone paint. White

Bottom flberglassed. Trailer. DODGE, 157 2 dr.. Sports Coupe PERFORMANCESHAW $645
25 H. P. Motor. and Ski Equipment auto. trans, radio & heater, I
$2)0.00 374-POO alter 4:00- good tires engine. S2>5. Call AT SPECIALS
.- PoM., or anytime weekends. Jack Varney. FR a-5212 Sat. or '55 CHEVROLET _
15' CROSBY Fiberglass boat with Sun. after 4 P.M. & The Lowest-Priced American-Built car. V) ton pick up. Good motor
! JO Hp Evlnrud" motor trailer. DODGE ROYAL 1955. 4-door V-a, $195

-- alt Qatar buy In at Marine excellent SHOO. May condition.be seen Good at new automatic.tires. Radio Excellent and heater condition.i KEETER Delivered at Ridgway Motor Co. for Ranch wagon.'53 FORD V.., radio heater I II DiRttE THE MAKE THAT TAKES THE Mi IQK

S350. Phone FR 4-40M. new tires.
I 230
W.' UniversityFR
'7?'Office Equipment English Ford. Anglia, 15 S25. 2.0503 only: $99
Good condition. Perfect 2nd Car. ALL CARS thoroughly I I II
''I Call FR 2-4452 after 4.30._ RECONDITIONEDSeveral
GAINESVILLE'S largest volume of. GOOD PICK UPS I
r I flee supply dealer. ChesnufsOffice FORD XL, 1963. 10.000 miles. A.T., FROM
R & H, P.S.. bucket seats small
\ Equipment Co. Invites you SltS TO $495
FINE
__ 7 to come In and shop. or call for equity assume balance. Phone CARS
free delivery. Chesnufs Office 454-161. O FAIR ,PRICES $199500Top RaulersonMotors
_ _ ?. Equipment. Co.504 W. Univ. FORD station wagon, 157 WWS. 100,000 miles in 1000 hours-that was the Comet Durability
. ?_Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. fl auto trans., Thunderbird engine. COURTEOUSSALESMEN Run You won't want to drive that fast or that long-but you

)AX TIME. Adding, machine and 312.....*Excellent. condition. Ph. I can count on enjoying the same engineering skills and basic
calculators. New and used. Park PROMPT know.how that made Daytona possible in any Comet In our
1611 HAWTHORNEROAD
*ri Complete Office Outfitter FORD 15, Falrlane 4 cylinder 4-
> The only authorized OlIvettI Dr. RSiH A-T, good tires, good SERVICE Trade-in Allowance showroom. What's more-our deals are just as hot!
. .. Underwood Agent In Gainesville. condition S450 cash. Call FR 4- 372-5285 I
.
,- .- -31-tSSS.601 W. Univ. Ave. *044.FORD 57 V4. A-T R&H good All these qualities ore Easiest Possible Terms. CARS Home TRUCKS of A-I Used- JEEPS Cars i CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY

73,,Musical Merchandise I mech. condition. Call 3725207. standard at:

TII I FORD. 154 40r. R It H.

eo: Of Christma ORGAN Lelt SALE oven. All .Offer.new tag paint Call bargain$101 FR>. new 1-0333.at S17S tires or A.T'I B&G Your New Rambler is Sun Want Ads "It' Easy to Trade With Crane Lincoln-Mercury"

-U_ o new organs. Savings up to 30 506 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. PHONE FR 2-4251
.. per cent. Earl's Piano Co. FORD 15*. 4-door Falrlan 500. MOTOR CO. Get Results I
702 W. Univ. Ave. 373-2223 V-I. automatic heater. Good transmission.condition. S75 Radio Waiting for You at: I

SPINET Piano used Mahogany Phone FR *.*. Authorized Cadillac,
finIsh with matching bench $395. Oldsmobile Dealer I -- ---
Orldley Music Co. FR 53SX. KARMANN GHIA. 15*. conver --
tlble. Excellent Cond. Blue book -
.2 UPRIGHT piano refinIshed 4. reconditioned retail Sl.UO sell for $**1. 1906 New Cars: I Ridgway Motors .
: SIM FR
'- 4sI. after-Sunday.0 N.W. 'th St. FR 6-98.54. 115 S.E. 2nd St.
LANCER 01. mod-770 4 Dr. s-stick FR 6-7515 HAWES POWERS USED CAR LOT
TRUCK LOAD PIANO SALE new tires. 39,000 mi. Bel. 460.
USED PIANOS Mr. Balwln. 376-4404. 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433
.
I USED small Grand piano was Used Cars:
UU now $2S. 10 extra nice rebuilt MERCURY Monterey. ltS7, 4 dr., 2001 N.W. 13th St.,
.-, upright pianos. 1 used elec. HT full power no down M per SMITTY SAYS:
----
--
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week. H H Motors. 1636 SE' FR 6-7515
player piano 11 tree rolls glven a
.
with this fine-piano only $495. 3rd Ave.MORRIS -
New piano. save $100 on a piano MINOR. 1958. 4 door sedan -- _. ---. -

slightly on the damaged floor. In 2 transit new pianos, substantial .S250. Phone 374-7704 after 5P.M. RAMBLERTRADEINS GOT TO GO!
THESE CARS HAVE
savings. Stereo con* AT BARKLEY MOTORSIt's
stick.
soles prices greatly reduced on OLDS 140. 2-door. factory
.. Sylvanla. Motorola. Pilot, and Good cond. S25. 154 OLDS.
Curtis Math!*. Your credit Is Good running cond. $225. Ronnie DAYS
good with us. GAINESVILLE ,Young 3735097. ARE CLEANER the IN STOCK OVER 30
MUSIC CENTER. 1025 W. Univ.
_>ye, 3715421. PONTIAC standard 155.transmission.S cylinder Excellent 4-door, BETTER CARS!

condition. $300. Phone FR 4-027I.
Automotive RAMBLER Classic. 143. White. 2- 61 RAMBLERAmerican DIFFERENCEYou Some Priced At Wholesale and Some BELOWIF
dr., power steering. R1H. Can be
I, :77 Mobil. Homos for, Sale refinanced or take up payments. I $895an.
---- Excellent cond. FR >.5* 2. YOU WANT A GOOD CAR AND REALLY

NOW SHOWING STUDEBAKER Lark 15, 6 .
THAT
If44 MOBILE HOMES over-drive radio fc heater. $ 59 FORD Pay SAVE SOME MONEY
t and 3 bedrooms all Floor Phone 3741590.STUDEBAKER CVI'I .
station
Plant. Term tailored to meet e-passenger wagon. equipped
M ton pick-up with automatic transmission -
'_" save your a budget.lot at Drive a little and with '56 motor. Excellent tires and I. radio heater power COUNTS !
new paint $150. Ph. FR 27270. steering. Plus Factory air con
CONNOLLYMobil I I. ditioning. Enjoy| the summer In NOW'S THE TIME!
Home Sales. Inc. 163 CHEVY II Station Wagon At Motors
I Mites North en U. S. 441 Air conditioned. auto. trans. comfort. Barkley our policy Is Competitive Prices.
Phone 4234144 radio fc : rs.tr seats.:I ?995 I II The "DI FFERENCE." is your trade-in is worth more.
Closed SundaysSPECIAL white side miles I I __ So before you trade see our quality preOwnedcars
old. $100 cash'
less than 5 mos. i
take up payments. Call 372-1,I 62 RAMBLERAmbassador \ "difference"and check will our high less trade than allowances. The 60 CHEV, 4-dr. Impola. automatic radio heater air condo . . . . .$1445
10x50 Mobile home and 50x160 to S-372573S after 5 4 never be right now!

_ All lot. 1 State mile Mobile S. of Paints Homes.Prarle.FR' it' 'I seats. Automatic 400. wide transmission bucket 60 DODGE 4-dr.. automatic 6cylinder.ready to go . . . .. . . .$595
'CHEVROLET. 2-dr. hardtop radio heater AIR CONDITIONED 64 FORD XL 500. This car is fully equip-

40052. condition. new; paint only $425.and tires. Good steering,. power power'steering brakes power like I ped including factory air conditioning. Very 60 DODGE. 4dr. automatic. '6'. PSt R&H. V-8 engine . . . . . . .$795

40MODELS 'S7 Wrlghfs PONTIAC.Body Convertible.Works. 2031 $51 NW new. low mileage. Save on this practically new 60 CHRYSLER. New Yorker. 4-dr. PS. PB. Auto. Air condo . . . . . $1425

4th St., 376-707. after 4. 372- $2295 car. . . . .. .. $3995
OH DISPLAY TO CHOOSE _____ I 63 PONTIAC, 2.dr hardtop. Loaded. with 59 PLYMOUTH. Fury 2-dr hardtop PS. Auto. R & H. V-8 . . . . . $895

SMALL FROM LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT.PRICES BRING Superior out Auto the best painting" m your fc bodywork car. 60 CHEVtr I equipment including factory air conditioning. 69 IMPERIAL 4-dr hardtop. ((2)) PS. PB. R&H. V-8's . . . . . .$1195

TRAILER MART free .pickup Fast dependable delivery. WRIGHT'S service: '- ssen transmission station wagon radio automatic hea Reduced for this sale to only $2995 59 FORD 4-dr. Galaxie. automatic. R&H. power steering . . . . . $795
Phone ttt-IOM ter. ThU U a very clean ul I 63 FORD. Galaxie 500 2-dr
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Hwy NW 4th St.
OPEN WEEKDAYS BODY FR 4-'WORKS 707. 2031 $1395 Cruise-O-Matic transmission power hardtop.steering 58 CADILLAC 4-dr. automatic. R&H. PS. PB. Air cond . . . . . .$995

SUNDAYS UNTIL 9 1 p.m.TO 6 VW.radio'63 heater M .,Bus.curtains deluxe low model mileage radio. heater. Whitewall tires. SAVE 58 CADILLAC. 4-dr. automatic R&H. PS. PB. sharp . . . . . . .$995

EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA seat.. Price very S2i5.clean.Melton Split Motors front 59 FORD . . . . . . $2395 58 CHEVROLET, 2-dr. drives out real good. SAVE . . . ... .. . .$295

FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES 703 N. Main St.. FR 4-7571. Skyilner Retractab'e! hard 62 CHEVROLET, convertible fully factory 58 BUICK 4-dr sedan. PS. PS, R&H. Auto, Air condo . . . . . .$645
CLEAN Oldsmobile station wagon. top. Fully equipped Including equipped including automatic transmission I
4SM NW Mttl St. 441 South 195*. Excellent condition. Reason. automatic transmission,, radio heater. A beautifulcar 57 PLYMOUTH V-8. automatic radio. heater. Sharp cars -2)) . . . .$395
Gainesville 171-J1U ably priced. FR 1-S44. radio. heater power steer power steering

Hours I to 1 Sunday 11 to 7 ,ing. Come buy this at a big I CHRYSLER real See this reduced to . . . . . .$295
Service is a must with us. PRICED for Quick sale 1959MOP. discount, before we recondition . . . . . $2095 runs good. one .

.. needs Roadster body, mechanicallygood work. 1.5500ull It. 63 CHEVROLET, Impala 4dr hardtop. Full 57 OLDS. 4-dr wagon. PS. PB. R & H. runs good . . . . . . . $295
WYATT- FR 17005. I I $475 factory equipment including factory air. A

1M one.PONTIAC$850 Cash.: Chleftian.Phone FR A 4-7503.good I pood car at a low price . . $2695 63 VW Kombie-Bus. station wagon 7.800 actual miles . .. .._ . . .$1695

Trailer 'Sales ORIGINAL OWNER S passenger -. 62 RAMBLER I 62 FORD, 4dr. iedan. Fully equipped including 63 SAAB 2-dr. 4-speed transmission, radio heater like new II . .. II . .$1185

HOIM'ofPecemak.r custom station Suburban wagon.5* Good Plymouth American Station Wagon. radio air conditioning. Automatic radio. 63 FITA, 1100 4-dr sedan. Like new only 13.000 miles . . . . . .$1095
Mobil Homes condition, P-S. P-B R fc H. heater standard trans [I heater. See and SAVE . . $1995
Shasta and AJntream low mi'eage.! Will sacrifice mission. I 62 CHEVROLET 2-dr Impala 2-to choose 63 RAMBLER American 4-dr. automatic radio & heater. 9980 mi . . . $1345
Travel Trailers for $75. May be seen at ,
o-. Ocata's Dealer l First- Mobile Sine* 141 Horn 1325 NE. 12th Terr. I $1395 from. Super Sports. fully equipped including 63 BUICK Special 4-dr. station wagon sharp and ready to go . ... . .$1945

123 Silver Sprlne 3-lUS* Blvd. 141 Sit 5.Corsair Phone Coupe 372-0245 stick*r 312-3 shift C07. 60 FALCON2dr I [ factory air. Come early and take your 62 VALIANT. V200. 4-dr. heater. 16.000 actual miles sharp . . . .$1495

Phone Sedan. Clean and ready to I [ choice . . . . $2495
Ocaia. Fla.IxW 157 BUICK new paint jot). $350. got SAVE. I 62 VW Sunroof. a real clean little car . . . . . . . $1495
Phone 312or 371-3407.
mobile home newly c. in 62 CHEVROLET, Impala 4-dr sedan 4-to
structed. 10 x JO cabana S ", In. 142 4 dr. Galaxl 500. Ford $165. $795 choose from. Equipped with automatic 62 PONTIAC Tempest. 4-dr. wogon. radio heater. clean as a pin. . . . .$1395
trim Town a.
campus. J.t".1.'A. Phone 372-0245 or 372-3407.
'Trailer. Kelly.Lodge. Pn. 37 160 Ford Sunliner. convertible. 59 FORD I transmission. power steering. radio heater. 62 CHEVROLET, V-L Ton pickup truck. save a lots here .. . . . . . $1495

IMO AMERICAN in 44', 1 0R.I new Phone top 372-5T2S& new or paint 372-3407.lob. $95. Galaxl, radio 590 4-dr heater hardtop.new Automatic tires.A PLUS Factory Air Conditioning $2295 I 61 PLYMOUTH. 4-dr wogon. ((2)) PS R & H. AT V-8. Air condo . . . $1300
front kitchen lot 39. .Hickory HULCall 63 FORD Galaxie 500. Equipped with
PRICED TO '
371-3145. 163 Phone COMET.312-5n1 4 dr.or Custom 372-3407. $155. SELL cream puff. power steering, radio heater. A real specialat 61 OLDS. 4-dr '88', PS. PBt R&H. AT. This price will shock you . . .$1395
TWO bedroom nous trailer. Stoo.i
one bedroom house trailer SttO. 143 bucket Monza seats.Coupe"..s.stick Phone shift 3720145 995 . . . . . . $2095 61 VALIANT, V200. Automatic radio. heater nice car . . . . . .$895
7e4234:
Can be rented. Phone I
Monday to Friday t to S.ITS or 371-3407. 62 FORD 61 CHRYSLER, Newport 2-dr hardtop.

156 2 DR. Ford V-. A.T. R&H. 2- Fully equipped including air conditioning.
FOOLISH ton paint, exeel'ent condition: Gataxi 500 4drheater hardtop.RadiO :
$45. Call FR 22809.FAIRLANE. i automatictransmIssIon. Reduced to only . . . $1785
to pay more. RECKLESS to 1 63 DODGE .... . .... $2745
pay less. GET THE REAL 500Must 60 T-BIRD, Loaded with accessories including 62 STUDEBAKER ........ .... $675
FACTS. Payments as low as $1695
SJ7.J. per month with S300 down. MIL 141. Power steering, factory air. Clean.. inside and out. Automatic heater, 4-dr real nice condition. '-440'. Power steering. brakes radio heater, air

LAKE GENEVA" radio! heater whit sIde walls. 61 RAMBLERAmerican See and drive it today . . $2195 conditioned. Like new inside and cut. SAVE'
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Sales. Take
Mobile Homes up peyirents of $61.05. .
B 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia Can 37M2I after 4 p.m.I I station wagon. Ep- 58 LINCOLN, fully equipped including factory -

ulpped, finished with automatic In sharp transmission white- air conditioning. A real luxury car.

I A very pretty car. Economy Many many carefree miles . $995
tool
NEW1964GMCAND $995 Phone SPECIAL I 1-YEAR GW
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61 S *'IT.E ........ .... .... ...... $945
i .> 15 Unique Sports Car features 6-3400 Convertible. nice. nice! WARRANTY

PICKUP TRUCKS III No Down Payment S> Racing style engineS

i 40 Miles per gallon of gasoline .

I AS 57 FORD. wagon $395 .i 5,000 mile service '

LOW 175 I If 57 57 CHEVY.PLYMOUTH wagon, $395$595 :
Down "S'149S

AS I 57 59 PLYMOUTH RAMBLER wag.. $495$59S Hawes. Powers Motor Co.

54 CHEVROLET $150 I -
:- for ,Month Includirtfl tax titloKU I

: 5633 insurance financing. chare**. Many .more to choose from. I P.O.E.Motors. SEE: J. L Smith Frank Grey, Wilbur Sligh, Mac McCullough.

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': : TheyStand ':" ii .ct?, TALLAHASSEE ((AP) The universities and junior colleges .to meet the existing enrollment planning. ,. to completely review ed that I have In the past actively J

> question of what to do about in areas where the need can be impact.'" The charge led to an and revise the educational evidenced a deep personal interest .
providing higher education for shown.. Some promised to con- immediate denial by member in education at all lev ,
of Florida and the tax
program
Florida's booming college-aged sider new tax sources to help of the University Board of Con eta and my program clearly j
population expected to hit and ,-- structure supporting it. We are
pay for construction opera- trot illustrates that this concern will
t 100,000 in'six -will be tion going to need more junior
years one of the expanded system. Here are the positions of the many be abiding.
of the key issues facing the next colleges and the expansion of
(Editor's Note: The six Democratic and three Re- governor's administration. Some candidates urged Improved candidates on the question of our existing four-year universi Mayor Robert King High of

publican candidates for governor of Florida responded quality of current uni- what to do about higher educa. ties." He said he would advocate. Miami : "I am in favor of locating
to an Associated Press request for their positionson Although the question has not versities and junior colleges be- tion: a program to meet the challenge "a- junior colleges and four-
several major issues facing the next administra- been considered a major issueof fore building more institutions. Democrats: even if it meant consideration of year universities in areas where

tion. Each issue and the candidates' views will be discussed the 'campaign, most of the Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack- Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack- new tax sources. the people are and where they

in separate dispatches. Today's installment candidates have announced their sonville charged that universities sonville: Estimated increases to Former Sen. Fred 0. (Bud) can serve the greatest number.
discusses higher education.) positions on the issue. were "maintaining an arti- more than 100,000 students by Dickinson of West Palm Beach: Florida's colleges and

Most promised to locate more ficial washout rate of 34 per cent 1970 call for "bold yet sound "My record amply demonstrat- (See PLATFORM on universi'I) 'I




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II 1 HOUSTON, Tex (AP) Maj. Virgil I. Grissom and Lt. Opening

Cmdr. John W. Young were selected today as the astro- Rocks
nuats who will pilot the nation's first two-manspace Earthquake '

nauts who will Pilot the nation's first two-man space i
The back-up crew for the first manned flight of Project PXvi

Gemini will be Cmdr. Walter M.
ini will be Cmdr. Walter M..
Schirra Jr. and Capt. ThomasP.

Stafford. 2 Balkan Nations.. '

Gemini is the intermediate I .. .
phase of the long-range training

program that has an objectiveof

placing Project Apollo astronauts
on the moon within the ;k'wEl
decade.Of 'V- 100 InjuredIn

"t. i,. w t tr ty the four men selected today I1i: 'Tornadoes Smash
at the Manned Spacecraft iLrn

Center, the training base for j$. Hungary, '
k astronauts, only Schirra has
made an orbital flight. 4 Midwest 1 Dead -
Yugoslavia
Grissom made a suborbital 4CFw ;

flight of 142.1 miles downrangefrom
Cape Kennedy Sept. 13, Y", $r'z MY l s ,k'x BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Dazed survivors picked }

1961, and Schirra followed witha -' s aAi > (AP)-An earthquake struck a through the rubble of homes and business buildings todayin
six-orbit mission Oct. 3, 1962. wide. region of northern Yugoslavia the wake of tornadoes that slashed through eastern
1 ; .. Young and Stafford, former and part of southern Kansas, western Missouri and southwestern Iowa.

GRISSOM test pilots, became astronaut P itrh i Hungary today, killing at least Six persons were killed and at least 50 were injured.Most .
one and injuring more than 100
trainees Sept. 17, 1962. of the twisters snakedout
Panic spread in the
persons.
Since the completion of the of thunderstorms that could
two neighboring countries and Nikita Vows
Viet Nam one-man Mercury flights last damage appeared widespread. be seen for miles in the late
year, Grissom has held a-pri afternoon otherwise the toll

mary assignment as coordinator M f Downtown buildings swayedand could have been greater. Red BlocEql1ality
CasllaltiesMOllllting of Gemini affairs with oth- some cracked in downtown Two lines of the storms

er members of the astronaut Z1 Belgrade where thousands fled bracketed Kansas City-one to
team that now totals 29 pilots. _II into the streets on a warm, sun the northwest, the other south-
Schirra, now 41, is the oldestof ny morning. Schools and many east-and rolled rapidly to the
the original seven Mercury (< factories and offices closed. The' northeast.The .
radio said the Sfrui \ ark Si tmril
Budapest Hung-
SAIGON, South Viet Nam astronauts now that Lt. Col. dead were: ,
-' arian capital also was shaken. By HENRY TANNER
(AP) A weekend of fierce John Glenn has resigned from : Mrs. Jack L. Wilson, 21, Independence -
fighting left one American sol- the program. Glenn is 42. The first death was reportednear Kan.; Warren Ken- MOSCOW Premier Khrush-

dier dead and 11 others injured, Schirra, while' concentratingon the epicenter of the quake yan Sr., 43, Neosho, Mo., and chev Sunday pledged the SovietU
U.S. military authorities the Gemini program, has ., q about 125 miles west of Bel- his wife, Ella, all killed near n Ion to a policy of strict respect -
reported .... for the equality of all the
today. More than 100 South been a coordinator of opera- grade. A 13-year-old girl was Garnett; Kan.
Vietnamese casualties were re tions and training. A score of lawyers was on hand for the opening of killed as staircase collapsed at".* Charles Hedger, 13, killed in members of the Communist
ported.A Young has specialized on the Circuit: Court this morning including William liurvtfll a school at Djakovo. a barn near'PleasantGrove, small.community, whether large or
,design-and development o "en- 'cleft) and John Harris. A heavy docket including six Reports reaching Belgradesaid

crew member of a U.S. vironmental control systems, murder cases and one rape case are scheduled for the more than 100 persons were Mo.Victor Kerns, 50, killed near He charged that'Chinese Com-

Army H21 helicopter was killed survival gear, pressure suits, spring term. Judge George Patton is presiding. injured in the quake area, his home northwest of Lee- munist leaders by contrast
by Communist Sunday claimed a "special role" in the
groundfire couches and other personal
stretching westward from Bel- ton, Mo.Flora .
while it South movement and sought to impose
was carrying Stafford has
equipment.
spe- grade and north to the Hungarian
killed in
Eichhorst, 90, their will the other Com-
Vietnamese on
troops during a battle
in Chuong Thien Province, cialized on communications and range inte-, instrumentation Pick Grand Jury border.panic Budapest in southern Radio Hung-reported her home at Yorktown, Iowa. munist countries and parties as

near the southern tip of Viet One twister sucked up a line former Soviet leader Joseph
gration.The but made mention of
Nam, 140 miles from Saigon. ary no of traffic on U.S. 59 five miles Stalin had done.Khrushchev .
flight will be the first casualties.
;; south of Garnett and hurled a made his statement -
The soldier was the 131st American manned effort since .For Vote Inquiry According to reports filteringin 50,000-pound truck, a pickup in a radio and television
American killed in combat in Maj. Gordon Cooper orbited the from the area, damage was truck and six cars in all "directions report to the Soviet nation. Its
Viet Nam. Seven other U.S. earth 22 times in a Mercury. serious in the region close to the killing the Kenyans and subject his 10 visit to
capsule May 15, 1963. By HAROLD HUMMEL said the probe of alleged vot- was day
offi-
Army men, 'including two center of the quake. Mrs. Wilson and injuring eight Hungary. He returned to Mos-
cers, were wounded in the bat The Gemini program Is a Sun Staff WriterAn ing registration irregularitieswill Among the hardest hit were other persons."It cow Saturday night.
tle. bridge between Mercury and the start when the capital cases'
all male grand jury was Szekszard, a Hungarian wine felt like the truck was Wearing a dark suit, wh i t e
Apollo moon landing project. It are d i s p o s ed of, probably by
Vietnamese forces suffered was announced Dec. 17, 1961, as chosen In Circuit Court his Wednesday.State and agricultural center 80 miles lifted up off the highway," said shirt and conservative tie, the
about 100 killed, wounded and a plan to extend the Mercury morning to probe the operationof southwest of Budapest, and Sal- Stephen A. Miller, 29, of St. Joseph premier read his prepared text -
missing In the day-long battle. program with the developmentof the office of Mrs. Alma Be- Attorney T. E. (Ted) vonski Brod, a rail and farming Mo., who was hauling carefully and wi t h deliberate
thea Duncan is sitting with the j u r y center 125 miles west of Bel- of
Thirty Viet Cong bodies were a two-man spacecraft. supervisor of registra- 25,000 pounds meat to Dallas. solemnity. His tone was moderate -
while
Futch handles the routine
counted, and many more were grade. The pickup truck was flung a and completely free of the
tion.The business at the of the
believed to have been carriedoff. 18 men are expected to opening Radio Budapest said many quarter-mile. The driver, Chris- pyrotechniques of most of his
be in closed session at least spring term of court here. buildings were damaged at topher Lewis, 54, Parsons, Kan., improvised speeches.He .
WHERETO throughout this week. Arraignments of some 70 per- Szekszard, and Communist par- suffered a knee injury. was seen and heard simul-
American authorities said sons began this before
Viet killed Grand jury sessions are closed morning ty headquarters was severely Right behind Miller's truck, taneously by viewers in 16 other -
numerous Cong were, Judge George L.,Patten.No .
and its
damaged occupants escaped -
the hurled 600 European countries including
by law. Kenyan car was
and 17 government troops were FIND IT sentences had been passedby
Assistant State Attorney Mack in panic. It made no men- feet to one side. Another landed all the Communist countries of
wounded in another fight 60 noon.
Futch told The Sun that the jury tion of casualties. 600 feet on the other side of the Eastern Europe, with the exception -
miles north of Chunog Thein, in Comics . . 7 Much of the morning was
Thirty were injured, road. The smashed of Rumania and Albania.
probably would be occupied to- persons cars were
Kien Phong Province. S Classified . 10-13 taken up with choosing the jury
day and tomorrow with consid- two seriously, in Slavonski into twisted bits of metal.A There was no official explanation
and
Entertainment . 10 by Judge Patten's instruc-
Viet Cong groundfire wounded eration of seven capital of- Brod, reports reaching Belgradesaid. tornado roared over Leav- of why Rumania, which
tions to the of
Obituaries . . 2 18-man panel
a U.S. Marine aboardan fenses.A These accounts did not detail enworth, Kan., not quite touch- has been playing the role of a
Opinion Page . 4 judges.
H34 troop-carrying helicopter person charged with a cap- the damage but said destruction ing down, but close enough to mediator in the Sin 0 Soviet
Sports . . 8,9 The first 18 men called were
in fighting 500 miles northof ital offense must be indicted bya was worst in villages damage about 75 homes, smash conflict, did not receive jbe, tele
Women's and the
. 5, 6 accepted sworn to jury.
Saigon, near the north Viet grand jury, under Florida law, north of the city. Many houses windows in the business district cast. Albania is an alb &f the
Nam border, on Saturday. before he can be tried. Futch (See JURY on Page 2)) j (See QUAKE on Page 2)) (See TWISTERS on Page Z) (See MKITA on Page 2)),




This Can't Be Love II IIBy



MARTIN and MARCIA ABRAMSONAt rf 'g'f Y "
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+ x virtually every campus we visited in our study of college ,
morals, deans and guidance counselors admitted that there is much Sex.ou4

more premarital sex being practiced today by college, students
than there was 20 or even 10 years ago. They gave these reasons:

1. Morals have become looser in our entire society and religious

wa J { 4 \ influences have diminished considerably. drives turn to "nice girls" on campus who are now ready to em-
2. College-age students are bombarded today by an omnipresentarmy brace the single standard.

of erotic stimuli. Many of the avant-garde movies favored by 4. So many of today's college students have been given cars that
the college set treat immorality with sophisticated approval. Books you can't stop all misbehavior no matter how strict your regula-
which dwell endlessly on sex are runaway best-sellers and there- tions are at the university proper. Both the modern car and the all-
fore, are considered "must reading" on campus.A too-convenient modern motels are available as off-campus boudoirsfor
case in point is the new Mary McCarthy novel, "The Group" those students who want to respond to, as they put it, the caB
which clinically details the peccadillos of a group of Vassar grad- of Freud and Kinsey. -

uates. Magazines that showed girls clad in their undies were considered College officials we spoke to felt that any objective analysis of
too lewd to be sold in public years ago, but now there are campus morals must take two vital points into consideration.One .
magazines on sale at all stands around the colleges that have naked is that there are still thousands upon thousands of gjrlc who
covers literally busting out of their pages. Near-nakedness on go away to college and avoid sex involvements despite aM the
covers is also considered to be an almost essential selling point temptations to succumb. These are girls whose parents teat practice

for paperback books. permissiveness, and who come to the university endowed with
3. College students drink much more than they used to, and many strong moral and religious beliefs.

sexual adventures stem from off-campus drinking parties. 'l11e.tudents' The second point is that even among those co-eds who do have

drinking habits, say college administrators, only mirror the premarital relations, very few go "sleeping around." Students we
pattern set for then by their parents back home. spoke to both on and off the record agreed with the college officials
4. In the days when a strict double standard was maintained on about this The campus couples who are having affairs, they say,

: _1_ ----i campuses, male students understood that nice girls "didn't," and are young people in love. "Their love justifies premarital relations," .
that they were to get their sex only from prostitutes or from town they tell you.

girls of easy virtue. But today the "red light" districts have virtually The expression "in love," however, can run a wide gaaawt To
A photographer catches the magic of a young college couple: In love and engaged to disappeared from college towns and prostitutes have grad college guidance counselors, those in love are all planning to marry.
'be married. For them, love means respect for the traditional moral code; for others, it uated into call girls who deal only with businessmen on expense To many students it means that too; but to others it means those
means sexual intimacies and tragedy. accounts. Thus, college men looking for an outlet for their sex .(See CAMPUS SEX on Page 61 -


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Mathews Weather Roundup; GOP DelegateList Given Safety 1,500Cars Check


Hits Hard At .
Is Growing EDWIN NOBLES in-law, Mrs. Kate Boyd, Miami. 1
HereAn 1 Pallbearers are Henry Mc- I'
Services for Edwin Nobles,
Call H. U.
Road Board Bevis W. G. Boltin
\t- WASHINGTON (AP) The elated Press they were uncommitted 43, 2159 NW 29th Ave., will be Jr., John Stanley, W. T. Jones ,

t tempo of delegate selection for or they made no replies. estimated 1,500 autos Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the and Walter Carr.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS checked during the .
were safety Williams-Thomas
B C D _. the Convention Three states chapel.He
National
-Partly cloudy Republican complete their '"
Sen. John Mathews kicked off through Tuesday with widely ......' Is speeding up. Thirty-selection of delegates to the Re- Jaycees annual safety check died last night at Alachua MRS. J. T. CROSS
fresh week of
a campaigning for drive here Friday and Saturday. GREENSBORO, N.C. Service
scattered showers tonight orTuesday. four were chosen over the week- publican convention at state General Hospital. He was a -
! ,: governor today by slamming the \ ... About 300 didn't qualify for for Mrs. J. T. Cross 77 who
Low tonight 65. High .-- \ : end and at least 73 will be enclaves Saturday Arizona, Gainesville native and lived ,
; .; StatefloadBoardwhlthhegajdwas Tuesday 82. Southeasterly "1jF \-, picked this week. Kansas and Louisiana. the windshield seal of safety. here all his life. died Sunday will be tomorrowat
( playing a perpetual confidence of their 11 -
But 100 them bad a.m.
winds 10 to 20 miles an hour. E \ Goldwater is expected to win cars Survivors include his widow,
game with the counties. --.. Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona Arizona's 16 fixed and returned to pass the,Doris Bennett Nobles She was the mother of Mrs.
daughter
He a
votes. ;
; Mathews said the board members A-Scattered howr and tf vndtr- \ ::' who now has 109 first-bal already inspection and get their safety! Polly C. McCachren of Gaines-
showers threvfl" tonight becoming _.. has 16 Louisiana district delegates Mrs. Edwina Wigglesworth;
f. representing districts set partly cloudy Tuesday. Lew tonight U lot votes in eight states, and and the four sticker, Jaycees said. three Bruce and ville.
dele I sons, Roger,
set in 1929 to 60. High lucidly 19 to 75. I at-large
i'r : up were "kings in Sen. Margaret Chase Smith of TODD STORZ
gates to be named Saturday The biggest defect was burn Bing, all of Gainesville; two
their own domains E. f. M. I-Partly cloudy) Through J MIAMI BEACH
r; appeasing .. Maine will test their popularityin (APTodd
L! the counties and Tuesday. Low tonight! 6$. High Tuesday H may be instructed to vote for ed out lights. brothers, Erwin Gainesville,
stalling them as t to. Southeasterly winds 10 Tuesday's Illinois presidential -him, too. and Oscar, Jacksonville; and Store 39-year-old owner of the t
with promises that their desired lo 20 miles an hour. Others included defective Storz Broadcasting
preference primary. In Kansas, Gov. John Anderson four sisters, Mrs. Roxie Taylor Co., died
projects are in the budget. C. J. K-Partly cloudy through Tues Their names are the only Jr. horns, bad windshield wipers, and Mrs. Alma Hinson Gaines- today at his home in Miami
"That doesn't day. Low tonight 70 to.75. High Tles- has been battling for an bad brakes and faulty exhaust Beach.
mean a thing Death
dty 10 to 15. East .and southeast ones printed In the preferencespot uncommitted delegation. So far ville; Mrs. Helen Marshall was believed due
he said. "The budget Is just a wind II to.'20 miles an hour g systems. to a cerebral
ballots. hemorrhage.
the
Republican six Jacksonville
on district and Mrs. Lois
-. ; c delegates are instructed -
wish book.
big :!,* '- GAINESVILLE WEATHER Results are not binding on or favorable to Gold-! About one third of the cars Roberts. Chicago. Storz a native of Omaha, |
Mathews, campaigning in his checked had safety belts when Nebr.. headed the broadcasting
delegates to the national con-
ALMANAC Municipal Airport readings for water, nine are uncommitted.Five I The family requests that con-
home
city of Jacksonville del- they went t h r o ugh the check firm; which
pledged to modernize the Sunset today; *" ,.". 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: High vention. Forty-eight district more will be chosen Saturday tributions be sent to the Heart operated stations
system lanes. Another 150
if elected Sunrise jomoircw *:e4 a m. 82 at 4 p.m., low 58 at 4' a.in.Moonsat egates will be chosen Tuesday, to round out Kansas' 20- bought seatbelts Association instead of flowers. WQAM in Miami; WDGY, Minneapolis -
governor. tonight I.M P-- with 10 to be from the Jaycees.The Minn. WHB Kansas :
at-large delegates vote ;
Fred Karl of First Quarter April II No..rain. delegation.On Members of the Moose lodge
Beach
Daytona The planet. Mercury well north of picked in the Illinois Republican the Democratic side this safety checks were madeIn will conduct graveside services. City; KXOK, St. Louis, Mo.;

.. toured Miami Sunday and told the nearer Moon th* .Sun.this 'It v will'm.-another moves 'TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE state convention next week are a convention in North three safety check lanes at KOMA Oklahoma City, Okla.;

audiences that if elected he I good appearance (as a morning star* Jacksonville Hlgn 71 Low M Precl.In month.Of Dakota beginning today and the the Gainesville Shopping Center BERTHA BOYD and WTIX, New Orleans La.
would work for coast! September. -
complete Miami n Jtas running for Illinois J. M. Fields and downtown. The radio executive started
the
tutional revision, annual legisla- CEDAR KEY TIDES Tampa Ma 78 persons primary. Jaycees operated the lanes Services for Miss Bertha
Atlanta 55 .U the Illinois GOP delegate posts North Dakota has 15 votes at un- his career as an announcing in I
79 314 N. Waldo Rd. will
Boyd, ,
tive sessions and home
rule for Tuesday High at 3 am. and 2.21 New Orleans 10 73 .05 der! the direction of project
at least five p.m. Low at 1.3 ajn. and f.M p.m. Boston 61 38 34 favor Goldwater, 3 are for the Democratic Convention. Illinois Jones-Johnson chapel. Hutchinson, Kan. He"bought his
municipal chairman
areas.
Kalter
Karl also called for a lieutenant WashingtonChloga New York 72 57 S3 43 -- former Vice President RichardM. has 114, of whom 48 will with the aid Roger of mechanics and She died Saturday afternoonat first station, KOWH in Omaha,

for the MARINE FORECAST 45 2 ..11kaftsae Nixon and one is for Gov. be chosen in Tuesday's pri fur Alachua General Hospital Nebr. in 1949. His latest addi-
governor state saying City 19 45 nished from the Automobile
it was to EAST GULFs Southeasterly winds Denver 51 31 Nelson A. Rockefller of New mary. Most are expected to sup- after a brief illness. Miss Boyd tion was WQAM, in August, 1956.
Dealers Association.
necessary
prevent 12 to 22 knotS. partly cloudy through ft. Worth 17 45 JO
political chaos if a Tuesday. Scattered showers north Los Angeles 73 53 York. The rest told The Asso- port President Johnson. had lived here for 60 years. Storz was a veteran of four

died in office. governor portion tonight or Tuesday. Seattle 53 43 .06 u___ ____ ._. ".' ,_-.-..-..._-P'-' -..,... .--.._'- .._..''- ........,..___ Rev. Nelson Wade of Cente- years World War II experiencewith

He said home rule was neededIn Five-Day Forecast More AboutQuake nary Methodist Church will the U. S. Army Signal

'\ the Tampa St. Petersburgarea officiate with burial in Ever- Corps in the Europen Theater.At .

Daytona Beach, Orlando, Temperatures through Saturdayare Tallahassee to 68 at Miami and PrtP111 green Cemetery. the time of his death, he

Jacksonville and E s c a m b i a to 72 at Key West. Some scattered Survivors include two was a member of the Navy's
expected one to
County. average nephews Wilbur of Miami and broadcasting telecasting advisory -

Scott Kelly, speaking at his four degrees above normal. Normal showers northern are expected sections., Precipi-mainlyover From Page 1 Norman Key West and a sister- board. ;"

home in Lakeland, pledged that highs range from 79 to 84. tation will average about an -..

if voters elected him governorhe Normal lows range from 56 at inch. were left uninhabitable in these Our Gracious Host DINNER SPECIAL

would exercise all powers to : villages. Presents TONIGHT'S _ _
bring about the resumption Of I Several persons were injured

Bible reading and prayer in: fleeing from buildings in the industrial Hungarian Goulash

public schools. NAACP Okays town of Borovo, near 58 C
Kelly planned to campaign in the Danube, about 135 miles BUTTERED EGG NOODLE

Orange County today. northwest of Belgrade. A number -

Robert King High mayor of I of houses were damaged TOMORROW'S Complete Luncheon

O Miami, was in the Tampa Bay Pro-High ReportMIAMI there.. Several houses were reported r
t.;, VALUI IN GAINESVILLE
area Sunday and told voters destroyed at Baka Topo- i.) BIGGEST 'I
_
that contributions receivedby
large
la, 35 miles north of Belgrade.

some candidates tied them to (APState NAACP]I hiLton from endorsing candi-] Several chimneys fell and some ''i. B Fed&

special interests. leaders have approved a report dates.In old houses were damaged in 1
The people of Florida do not listing all Democratic candidates Sremska Mitrovica MACARONICreamy
candi- in the Yugoslav
praising gubernatorial I .L. Colt! 58c
deserve .
a governor wearing a for governor, the report north.
date Robert and SlawWhipped
King High con-
collar of coins and led on a gave High the most praise.' I -
Potatoes
leash of gold," High said. "This demning Sen. Spessard Holland High, the report said, "has the
.
Tossed Salad _ _
leash of gold is being held by the for their respective positions .
*
best record on civil rights. He Hot Roll & Butter Spanish Onlofts Served I II
Ed Balls the timber tycoons, on civil rights. has said he will endorce civil Hot Coffee or Lre. With Your Salad I

the phospate potentates and the The report was scheduled for rights legislation if it becomeslaw. I New Iced Tea

pulpwood princes." distribution to the state's 57 ." Quake \ Your Second Cup of Coffee or
High promised that if elected Outstanding Iced Tea Is Always FREE
NAACP chapters by the organlt
governor he would push for zation's executive committee Of Holland, the report said he Howard Wallace Jr. (left), 11th grader at GaInes. Jolts Alaska

economy in state governmentand which met here Sunday. was "a relic of the ante-bellum yule High School, was one of 10 outstanding students -p

tax reduction. outh... he-would participate in from Florida attending the National Youthpower I

John Mathews of Jacksonville NAACP state president Rut-the filibuster aimed at defeating Congress in Chicago last weekend. Wallace is shown ANCHORAGE, AlasKa (AP-

said he was deeply appreciative ledge Pearson said, however the civil rights bill now before here with T. L. Hodson, manager of the school and Quake-torn south-central Alaska ; CAFETERIA; -

of the editorial endorsement of that the report is to be used for the U. S. Senate.. youth program of the Florida Citrus Commission, coastal communities, jolted by Lunch 11:30 2:05 --
: J.rrt to
the St. Petersburg Times. voter education and is not an The report concluded that who sponsored the Florida delegates to the conven another sharp after-shock Sun. Dinner 4:30p.m. to 8.05 p p.m.."'.

"The candidate who belittlesthe endorsement or recommendation "the committee must agree that tion. Purpose of the congress was to discuss food ca day, battled floods of sea water 1212 North Main Street

power of a newspaper endorsement of candidates. our recommendation here must reers and nutritional habits. from high spring tides today. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER

," Mathews said, "is be that Negro voters should vote The sea, pulled into high tides Air Conditioned 9 Open Doily & Sunday
invariably the cand1date* who< Pearson said the NAACP Is in protest against Mr. Holland." More AboutPlatform' about this time each year by the O Free Parking I' i
forbidden in its national consti-!
fails to that endorsement.
get
combined attraction of the
Of Holland's
opponent, the report moon wanquet FociliKes PHONE 376-4491
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said Brailey Odham's position and sun, has been moving up I 58e SPECIALS Dally Mon. thru Sat. I

More About "is more in line with the into areas which sank in the [ ,...

type of programs that would disastrous earthquake of March J

I bring about good race rela
Jury From 1 27.The
tions." Page highest for April are expected -

Of other candidates for governor ties must be raised to a level of Ken Folks of Orlando: "Lo today and Tuesday, and
From Page 1 the said owners of business buildings in
I report : excellence equal to the best in cate universities where they are
John Mathews of Jacksonville the sunken areas have been
trying -
I the nation to meet the technological needed without -
to
Patten named Jo h G. before it The jurisdiction of the regard political A Financing Plan for
Judge n -"There is no evidence where requirements of the considerations." to protect them by jacking Every Need I
Kitchens 1920 SW 8th Drive, jury isn't limited to criminal I
this candidate .said or did anything Junior them up or building dikes
space age. colleges H. B. Bob
,
( ) Foster of Fort
of the natters he said.
foreman jury. i to relieve the situation in should be administered at the around them.Flooding /
Myers Beach"I would expectto
Dempsey Sapp 1605 NE 16th Jacksonville ... is to I is the big problemnow.
Patten told the jurors to ma'te'a opposed 'state level. The university system consult with those men who
Ter., was appointed vicefore- fair report based on its find civil rights bill." should be administered witha are devoting a lifetime (to the Sunday's after-shock tt t
man. Scott of Lakeland "has didn't make much impressionon t
Kelly minimum of poUtlcallnterterence of the
instructed the study needs of higher education
Then Pat te
n ings.He taken for racial I the residents of this shaken
stand segregation and maximum of
a academic ) and through that means
panel warned against becoming I in the past. Is opposed to ;' state. The ground rocked, and ,
He told it that it has the authority the tool of "any designing civil rights bill in form." freedom. work out plans. The answer on dishes and windows rattled, but
any
to investigate any public block) ." He told the jurors to Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia the matter of tax income to bear hurt. The
Fred 0. Dickinson of West no one was reported
office and call public official abosolute veil of the expense should probably be''
any keep an secrecy -Palm Beach "Is opposed to County: "The emphasis in Florida left to the voters." casualty list of the big quake
or public employe to testIly over what transpired
their sessions. some parts of civil rights bill. should not be on constructingmore Rep. Charles Holley of Pine still stands at 114 dead or missing -
and more new universities, and the damage is estimated
Recently stated that he would las
"I favor
More About Other members of the jury, not have 'agitators: in Florida." for this can only result in diluting -higher County education: and I quality cannot at $750 million.

besides Kitchens and Sapp, are: Haydon Burns of Jacksonville"Is the and quality but on the of expansion those-go along with the idea that everyone -I
NikitaFrom blamed for recent violence improvement
-John W. KIrkpatrick Jr., 531 which erupted (in Jacksonville) now part of the Florida plan. who manages to get a Still FlyingWAKE
high school diploma has a rightto I
SW 26th Place.
The must be
emphasis on quality. -
... until recently steadfastly refused four of at tax ISLAND (AP-Jerrie
1 1 We will strive to have the years drifting
Page; -Leon, H.. Robbins Box 354, to appoint an effective best. I shall continue my efforts payer expense. We must built Mock of Columbus, Ohio is pre
Golfview. racial committee..dld not pro- character well to fly to Honoluluthenext
good paring
as as good
Chinese and has relations to provide an adequate
suspended
-Ellington J. McMeeklng Jr., vide proper police protection for minds. We need expansion of stop in her bid to becomethe
with Mosocow.The civil rl'hts' picket... is opposedto building program on every campus -
Box 128, Hawthorne. our vocational technical first woman to fly solo
for funds for in-
fact that Khrushchev 'Hale Yates, 3455 NW 8th civil rights' bin." adequate schools. around the world. J

chose to make equality within NAACP leaders said the re- structing personnel so we can I She arrived here Sunday afteran
Ave.Gordon the best
the Communist bloc the princIpal L. Slaughter, Dart would be amended later to bring to Florida very lltt-hour flight from Guam.

theme of his statement was. Fire Station One. Include candidates for the state minds in education in the nation, Rice rubber, copra and cinnamon About 600 persons at this mid-

regarded here as significant.The Charles B. Philpot, Box 541, attorney general's nost and on for a stronger working universitiesand partner I are important crops in Pacific island greeted her as

Soviet Union is making an Newberry. Republican I gubernatorial candi- ship between our South Viet Nam. she stepped from her single-en-

almost desperate effort to win Robert Johnson, Box 14. dates. the people and industriesand :gine plane.

the support of the largest possIble !-Hawthorne.W communities they serve I I
number of foreign communist 1111 1 a m B. Sheffield Jr., and for close and harmonious --- -
More AboutTwisters Many coral-reef fishes change
Route 4 Box 236. working relationships betweenthe
parties for what Khrushchev I
called a "resolute rebuff" to the Herman H. McElroy, Route universities to avoid unnecessary -'colors at night, presumably to NEW ASSOCIATES
make
themselves hard to see.
harmful
and
Chinese Communists.The 1, Newberry. duplication
premier said It was "im -Carson M. Roberts 2511 NE competition and to provide maximum Tiny pigment cells expand or
contract to reveal hide color.
perative" to create a situationin 10th Ter. services." or Paid AlY*rtisin* FAMILY GROWTH r .

which the members of the John Morgan Foshee, 3915 Sen.-- Scott Kelly. of Lakeland: I .

Communist movement could administer SW 3rd Ave. From Page 1 u''Our university system should 1

this "rebuff" to the Phillip H. Clark, 414 NW first achieve excellence to meet FINANCING PLAN .

I Chinese.He 36th Ter. and uproot many trees. Seven the technical demands of the I HtlP lfY llABlt ttlDW fORt

and Hungarian leaders John Clark Soderstr u m. persons were injured there. I. space era. Once this is accomplished -! : r IIJt; I 1 .

were in complete agreement on 2503 NE 10th Ter. Tobacco barns were flattenednear we should move tame-!, provides money for 3 of the most .

this, he declared. John B. McFerrin, 415 NW Weston, Mo. diately to meet the need for additional -| Important expenditures of young

:His talks In Budapest were 23rd St Farther on, at Yorktown, a institutions of higher:: New, FREE "Better Hearing" booklet published by American families

the first round of an intensive Alfred J 0 i e p h Ivie Jr.. community of 146 persons In learning in the centers of popu1, Zenith Radio Corporation explains bow help is avail.

series of consultations .on this Route 4, Box 273A. southwest Iowa, a tornado killed lation." Kelly promised tmmedl.l, able to those who have a sensory-neural hearing loss Medical home furnishings home

subject with Communist leaders ....John M. Rain, Box 202, Mrs. Elchhorst and injured six ate action to establish a four-! (sometimes called nerve deafness" If you "Hear, butcan't meats..now you can meet all your family impro needs, -
understand
some words, this FREE booklet
get fob Newberry. may
others. al1
at
Dade County.) once-with the
In Associate
year college have the answer to your problem. The booklet explains Family
And as the need is establishedin how an inexpensive Zenith "Acoustic Modifier"' can he Growth Financing Plan. We'll combine all your

other populous areas,} used with almost all makes of hearing aids to clear up cost into one convenient monthly paymcnt-

I Some Do's Don'ts for Bikes he said, "I expect to meet', those words and sounds you are now missing. eliminate The Associates multiple interest charges
let
the need with action along these' .Pa5t r-diec you grow and build your
will future now; you pay comfortably
lines. This same policy prevail while your
in regard to junior colleges.tSen. NQQBUGXTION income: grows.

The county's bicyclists have advised the cyclists. I I light, reflectors wheel alignment I John Mathews of Jack-,, 1J 7'F.f' Ii There are over 600 Associates office coan-to-

drawn words of warning and ad.! steering and tire : coat.OneIsnearyoa.8tophiphoneorwriUtoday.ASSOCIATES
vice from the Galnesville-Alach-I Three-fourths of the cycle accidents pres sonville: "I will continue to try I '. : _. .
and ;
to views var-
last involved implement'the
bikes, sure.Mrs.
ua County Citizens Safety Coun that year Williams advised cyclists ious studies that have been 608 N.
were Improperly cared for A
,
cil.The Conerly said. "Check bike always to ride single file and! made with reference to locatingt r7Tr7rQlL
your MAIN STREET
Council currently I is conducting next to the curb. I junior and universities! |
at least once a week and havea colleges FINANCE, INC.
: a cycling safety drive. She said to ride one on a bike where needed. More and better) FR 6.7171
repairman over it at least
Mrs. Monnie Williams safety twice go and to obey all regular traffic: technical schools might help to
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a advised.He
chairman for the council, and yearhe signals. The bicycle Is a vehicle -solve the problem of the deplorably FRESH ZENITH,
1321
U. Ed Conerly safety officer said to check safety equipment just li'e the auto, Mrs. Williams high school drop out rate." BATTERIES FOR MOST N. Main Street, GAINESVILLE.3722351I :

tor the city police department a ben or hem, a bead- said. I Republicans: HEARING AIDS


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Monday. April 13, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3 .

1 : Legislative Candidates ( JFK Library 'l

In The ._ 1 f Is Grooving 1 i

\) BOSTON (AP)The John F.I

CapitolWASHINGTON Give Stands on Issues Kennedy Memorial Library is!

going to be a lot larger than '
originally conceived-and it will
(AP-In the (The League of Women Voters be designed by an American ar ou

news from Washington: a non partisan organization chitect.
COST REDUCTION: More submitted questions prepared Selection of the architect is

than 1,200 major defense con- by the League of Voters [ k.,',< expected to be made about June ii
tractors have enlisted so far in Service Committee to all Ala- 1, Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy -
the Johnson administration'scost chua County candidates who the assassinated president's;

reduction war, it was dis- face opposition in the May 5 pri- C sF. AL brother, said after weekend con-,'
closed today. mary election.) f ferences with an advisory com-:

There have been that many mittee. !'
r favorable replies from letters THE OFFICE: Representativefrom The attorney general said that;
sent to 7,500 big contractors last' Alachua County to the, Ysy the two-acre site on the bank: AT
December by President Johnson -Florida Legislature. Term of office of the Charles River-opposite I) "We "We'

and Secretary of Defense is two years, compensationis the dormitory in which the late!
Robert S. McNamara.A $1,200 a year plus $15 a day lived.as a Harvard'] .
president 0' ./I..i.
subsistence for each, day of Meet \jt : ". Meet
little-noticed Pentagon legislative session. .udentwill not ;be large:1| .
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progress report circulated recently enough. I
THE CANDIDATES: Ralph

"Indications said: are that indus- Turlington, 43, of Gainesville, King in TJ. S. II IIPHILADELPHIA or 'Nk or Beat '
Richard
the incumbent, and J. ..T.mCHARD O
try's cost reduction efforts will Wilson 38, of Gainesville. Both ','sysn n i AL.L. ALL
provide the nation with a multi- Democrats. (AP-King) 1
are The
Hussein of Jordan arrives in I Ufltvertty
raillidn-dollar add-on to the Department RALPH TURLINGTONI WILSON PRICES PRICESIn
of Defense's own $4 THE QUESTIONS AND AN- Philadelphia today to begin a I

billion cost reduction undertaking. SWERS: believe that one of the big- to provide balanced representation -state visit to the United Statesat I
j ." Question: Are you satisfied gest problems today is in waste for middle sized counties. the invitation of President I This \\\V In ThisArea"

SECURITY: A report that that our present tax struc- and duplication, where it exists. Wilson: I would support a plan Johnson. /'
ture is adequate to provide U. S. ROUTE
monarch V
prowlers were in. the basementof If we can eliminate this, more somewhat similar to the plan The 29-year-old wasto I \ Area"We
services to 441
expanding a grow- JamesH.
be greeted by Mayor
Mark's church funds under the existing tax used to determine
St. Episcopal
ing population? What changes represen- Tale at International Air SOUTH
structure will be available to J.
caused Secret Service agents tation in the United States Con-
would you suggest?
Lnd Washington police to conduct government. gress; that is to, say,. a plan port.King
Turlington: No. Severance tax Hussein will fly by heli-
search Sunday based in part upon ,geographical -
morning a thorough before President Johnson and removal of exemptions .on r Question: In the Janu a r y, factors; and in part upon copter to Washington Tuesdayfor John- I DISCOUNTLIQUORS
arrived for machinery and equipment. 1963, Special Session, Florida's population. a noon meeting with
and, his family I
Wilson: (a) Yes, at this I legislature passed two resolu- son.
services. However, in the Special Session -
time I believe that our presenttax tions which would change the I
of the in
Police found two 17yearoldswho Legislature 1963,
structure is adequate to provide structure of our national and
member of the Alachua '
had wandered froma County -
away for expanding services to a .
state governments: (1) By- I
service for deaf mutes at St. delegation introduced a reap-
growing population. At the -
present passing Congress in amendingthe '
in the church portionment plan that was pass-
Barnabas chapel time we are paying gasoline the 1
)
I U. S. Constitution, (2. ed which I consider to be most
basement.The c i gar e tte, license tags, Court of the Union which harmful
to the interests of the
President was accom- sales tax, intangible pers o n a 1 would supersede the U.S. Supreme people of Alachua Paid Advertising I
.anied to the services by Mrs. property, school millage and Court. Would you vote County. ,
Johnson, their daughter Lynda real property taxes, to mentiona Turlington: I would not vote
Bird, and Secretary of Defense few. to rescind No. 1. I would voteto To control scale insects
Discount ALL
Our Prices-These
Maximum Are
Beauty
and Mrs. Robert S. McNamara. There are some inequities and rescind No. 2. and red spidershrubbery

discrepancies in administeringreal Wilson: Yes. Our country THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS !
-
taxes from countyto should be sprayed duringthe
property
was founded in democracy and
l'thllrllemorial Spray
MaC co u n t y. For example, the is opera ted under the United next 6 weeks before

{ same type of home on improvedreal States C o n s tit ution, with its hot weather sets in.
pro per ty will be taxed checks and balances. Operating SAVE MORE 1 SAVE MORE
greater in one county than in
under the of contained of
another grant power Shrubbery One or two sprayings
county.b in the Constitution, t h is
( ). In so far as suggested .oil emulsion should be
has to the
Is country ,
JammedNORFOLK grown
changes are concerned I am not strength, stature and.prestige it applied now for best results -
in favor of adding additional tax- FOUR
enjoys today. We, as a nation, Now with a minimum oft I OLD
Va. (AP-Show- es at this time, but to see that have always been able to work .
ery April skies were expected the existing tax laws are effec- out our differences and disagree- plant burn.
to only slightly today tively administered. .
dampen
I
ments within the framework of
the tempo of posthumous tribute Our staff of trained expert onDCKS1T 1e
this great document. I believe HICKORY
to General of the Army It's TortureTo that we are still able to do this. 1{ ]Ji t servicemen is ready ROSES
Douglas MacArthur. J.Cl htU 0..
Officials of the MacArthur Hear CastroMIAMI to serve -you.
Question: What p Ian for -" 6 YEARS OLD
Memorial Museum said they 20 N.W. 16th Ave. 376-2661 Phone 376.2661
equitable r e p r e s entation inFlorida's i
anticipated that further thousands Fla. (AP) Making legislature do :
would line the sidewalk in Cuba listen you 93
political prisoners -
outside the imposing, columned to Fidel Castro's speeches I support? I !
building: while awaiting their over and over is one of several Turlington: I believe that the! WE CAN'T AFFORDTV L$3
turn to view the sunken crypt means used to torture them, a House of Representatives is as
where the general was interred former prisoner says. fairly apportioned as possible on, COMMERCIALS $378

last Saturday.The Dr. Mario Robau, a physicianwho a population basis and still have i (AREN'T YOU GLAD)
memorial held its doors said he was assigned to individual representation f o reach We don't have that kind of money but what we do haveis
open until 9 p.m. Sundaythreehours treat fellow inmates in Hava- count/. If additional popu-II fast, prompt, courteous service we cant afford poor Fifth
beyond the normal clos- na's La Cabana Prison, said the lation weight is to be given in I: service either. See us for a loan
ing time-to accommodate the speech treatment "breaks the our leg i s lature it should be
more than 6,000 persons who prisoners' nerves." in the senate.If I from,1
came to pay their last.respects.It Dr. Robau, recently arrivedby the senate is to be reappor-. $25IoS600And SAVE MORE I SAVE MORE

was scheduled to be open way of Mexico, told a news' tioned on a population basis, l(.I
to the public today from 9 a.m. conference Sunday that another special consideration should be
to S p.m., but there was a torture was to sick German given to middle size counties for It's Confidential
chance these hours would be shepherd dogs on prisoners.The the reason that they have already "
extended again by heavy attendance. dogs are trained to made substantial conces- HOUSE GILBEY'SVODKA
scratch he said. sions in their house representation. -
More than 61,000 persons I Dr. Robau said he was imprisoned If the courts should rule Marion Finance Co OFSTUART
viewed the body of the generalin a year ago without that each county is not entitledto
Norfolk at the end of a week charge and released in Janu- at least one representative Home Town Folks Serving !Home Town Folks
of extraordinary tribute to the ary. regardless of its size, I would 18 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-5333
man who led American soldiers I recommend a downward revis- 80 PROOF
into battle in three major wars. The "Watchtower of the Uni- ion in the size of the house. The ... lousier 86 PROOF IMPORTED SCOTCH
called South size of 112 is *' .t ;' Y '<_' r.+.:4 '\.. <*c..0t .
too
His burial here, a Navy town verse, so by present already .,
in which he never lived, was his American liberator Simon Boli- large, expensive, and unwieldy.If :'tv N' S 99 99
request bcause it was the var, is 20,561-foot El Chimborazo the courts put the senate on .:, 4"i' lV 1 S x t>' v wc a. $
.
scene of his mother's. birth and peak in the Ecuadorean a population basis, its size will ," ',\ p
childhood. Andes. have to be increased in order ;',,- Oo ,.
after the memorial
Shortly O1T.k
opened a 4-year-old girl, Vivian The Home Of Gourmets 1k ; Fifth
Bayoreta, received permissionto Try Our Noon Lunches Fifth
place a wreath by the .
.
M.She Sgt was Solomon aided by H. Bayoreta.1 CtftmatttUa ii !h SAVE MORE 1 SAVE MORECALVERT

who was awarded 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE i
Star for protecting MacArthur -
from a bomb burst on Corregi- T ; e..'
dor in December 1941. \ ATTENTION FREEZER OWNERS!
Bayoreta said he traveled to,, kJ 4* 0000U Q4k BOURBON

Norfolk from Syracuse, NY.,I MEAT ROOM I
and waited three days to place, BILL'S
the wreath In the rotunda. He'' CALL 372-3514 x 4-. t' I GIN SUPREME
vowed he would return each,
year to "pay my respects to the! -
general." R 4 BUY 90 PROOF '- .
O '

PeacocksOn b 0 WHILE GOOD t ii-" : *

NEALOf AND CHOICE BEEF I $ 38" $378Fifth ;

the Loose ROUND PRICES ARE AT

o THEIR LOWEST IIHurry I
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) I o tip I _
Anyone for Pavan cristatus pie? I get your Fifth
The next question is that's i s "" GovernmentGraded
that?" Well, it's peacock pie,' STEAK
Ruup
for which, it seems, no one has" ROAST money in by i

the recipe. ,I SAVE MORE 4 SAVE MORE i I
Several home owners in East 1\\ .SIRLOIN n CHOICE, GOOD i,
Pasadena had the ingredients I STEAK v Standard Available the 20th. Earn i
Sunday morning when a flock -
3
of peacocks-Pavan cristati -I W I

descended on their neighbor Q We'll the way cut you and want wrap it .just. profits from the 1st. IMPORTED
hood. T-BONE STEAK 0 in fact, you may come I* CHARTER 100% I
and alae -
Now the peacock is a beauti-I wctck W* will

ful bird, except when he opens 4 V S cut beef and if inspected wrap your Frees-ew.0 A little delay may leave you I
his mouth. His call, if it can be cWr STEAK ins at no extra ch r 1.6 e.HINDQUARTERS I OAK BENTLEY
called that, Is a raucus screech,
.
r waiting at the dock for
resembling the sound of a disabled V .: .
jet engine. : 11 BOURBON
The pea hen,his mate, speaks : your dividends. Visit us now; or SCOTCH
in similar tones.A I a R..M. (Rums Rout Stetk.
crew from the humane so, all ROAST s d.- Soup Ground Bones.Bftf.) Heel of Round.. 0 save by mail if it's easier. "
ciety spent several hours chasing OR Z S rtow (Sirloin Steok. SIrloU Tip.) !
STEAK S** the birds. They caught one. a" StHk.) _
The rest moved to the campus
of nearby Pasadena City I 9 FOREQUARTERS_ : First federal $349 $389Fifth
where the Rib
College, pursuit con- 1 CIOIND
CtHKk Plate (Plate Stew.Ground
t
association
tinued. IEEE Ground Beef.) savings & loan
Where they came from, nobody CHUCK.COAST Chuck Beef.) (Chock Roast Stew. I of Gal eariil.fI '
knew, but officials suspected II STtW eGROUND *nkt Ground Been '" a1
For taunt KWiAt SAVINGS
Stank (Soup Bones)
they were from the nearby -.U'
Los Angeles State and County: SOui BONES ; KDUAl 4 LOAM NOME MSUIANCI LOAM COHOIATWN SANK SYSTEM I ALL OUR STOCK IS DISCOUNTED
Arboretum. I FINANCING ;
1 I 10 _::.- t''t" !at 249 W. UNIYBtyTY AVC.AT 319 j MANY UNADVERTISED SPECIALS
AVAILABLE ;... "." N.W.1JTH1T.ANDTHAV!.
Whale steaks und stew rich I 'e _MVA -
In protein, are considered a Jeli- :' fl6-1Jn I i PRICES GOOD THRU APRIL 16th ONLY
1001 N.W. 4th Street Phone 372.3514
cacy by the Japanese. I _
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CONSCIENCEOF THE: WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST

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,1. (Jictint5utl1 Sun THE I I Johnson-Lodge Enigma ,



I @ New Uark tttw Agency chief and got him. policy, fiscal policy and many on June 2. Even If he does not, ;
Iou* L HAKRIIOH FMiUwt **trrtHriert By JAMES RESTON When President de Gaulleof other matters. Goldwater will still come into I

FAT COWIES. VU. PreilBt SOUTH WASHINGTON- Tn rising France issued a vague pronouncement the convention with far more i
C. ED JOHK80 'fl" I'rul4ea'Florida's
.
Lad ExtCBtlt Editors W. G. BID' V possibility of a Johnson- favoring the EVEN AFTER detailed discussions committed delegates than any- f
:. Beautiful' KBE8SOLE.!': Ti.. frtiUtni and A- Lodge battle for-the presidency "neutralization" of Viet Nam, of all these matters, body else, and there is every !
: 'UnIversIty City' na1uw f Director BOB TABTAGUOXK. By RALPH McGILL I I lends new and significant Lodge suggested that an effort Eisenhower still had trouble reason to believe that if he i

(!.a Muiget.i VU. rrtoiJutl *nd CtrcoU I 01 PBlitser tt. .tu.Prii.....ffUalnf COa.) C.Pablltbrr BUt.UM Interest to the past relation- should be made to find out getting the nomination againstthe cannot get a majority for himself I
V ships between the two men. precisely what De Gaulle had conservative forces in the he will certainly try to
I Mr.K They were not Intimate In in mind. Johnson not only party favorable to Sen. Robert swing his delegates to somebody 'I'
i THE SUN'S POLICY their four years together in sent Ambassador Charles E. A. T aft. and nobody knows else other than Lodge. \

1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. V the Senate of the United Bohlen to find out (he didn't) this bet te r than Lodge, who Accordingly, the Johnson I

i 2. Express the opinions of the Swn in-but only in-edirorials V States, but they shared that but made clear to Lodge that was master minding the Eisenhower Lodge relationship is
.' now corn- \
I 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. V f ft A Smart special respect and even club- he (Lodge) could explore the campaign at that tag into a critical phase. Both i
: : LI matter with De Gaulle himself time.
.. by good f
e llowship practical have
men been
T" Sun's : All Departments 372-8441 thoughtful I
telephones -
"S politicians if he chose to do so.
develop for Thus much the same situa-
one another and correct toward
-* Want Ads-376-4672 '-'. /'/ : in the Capitol Hill ed a new Central IntelligenceALL tion San one an- j
J ; Politician may develop at other in these last few weeks ;
I cloakrooms. THIS helps explain why Francisco this year, especially of Lodge's rise, but eventsare I
-' .. -; .. Lyndon J o h n s on admired Lodge has been so reluctant to if Sen. Barry Goldwater now getting beyond their :
If Mr. had been
: Khrushchev
Cabot Lodge as a senator, soldier respond to the calls from wins the California prima r y control.
The Wallace Showing born down south in Dixie, i
way and diplomat. He had a members of his party to come :.. ,
,on New York's East Side, in politician's respect for the skill home and see:: the presidential i 1
; 1
The impressive showing made by But lately'some observers think frugal New England, or In with which Lodge steered nomination. It also explains I

Gov. George C. Wallace in 'Wiscon they have detected growing oppo'sItIon the corn belt of the Golden Gen. Eisenhower into the presidential why J 0 h n son has had com ON THE RIGHT = i
West, he would have made his
confidence in Lodge and
was apparently to the civil rights bill and this race of. 1952 after the plete
sin's presidential primary mark in politics. He has what Democrats failed to has rejected out of hand the
due, in part, to a cross-over may have been reflected in the Wisconsin the professIonal call "the general to enter persuadethe national published reports that Lodge

of Republican voters into the Demo- balloting. Demonstrators who magic." politics on their side. was actually directing a political Is Lodge V

cratic contest. There is i no other way organize school boycotts, who block Reports from Hungary, Also, Johnson and President campaign from the embassy

to interpret heavier h a n-normal traffic, who obstruct the entrance to where he said that com Eisenhower were close to one In Saigon.Nevertheless .
munism had the duty to pro- events are
another
totals in areas buildings are unquestionably stirringup during Eisenhower's
Democratic many In the Race?
duce more and better goulash eight years in the White now making this relationship
normally Republican.But some public resentment against rather than revolutions and House. As majority eader, increasingly awkward. Lodge

their methods. Last Tuesday's tragedy nuclear war, reveal his common Johnson and his friend, Speak. is now leading the polls for By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. j
sub- in Cleveland in which ministerwas touch. Every politician the Republican nomination bya
even assuming a very a er Sam Rayburn, felt it was i
stantial invasion of the Democratic killed in a reckless effort of knows the bread and butter their duty to support the large margin. He is favored Henry Cabot Lodge Is er Lodge is' purely a regional -

who voted demonstrators to halt construction of appeal is unbeatable where- President on foreign affairs to win in the Oregon much in the news now, having candidate. I have never If
primary by Republicans ever there is a tightening of and maintained a close relationship primary on May 15, and it is recently been discoveredby thought he was, and cherish
for Wallace in preference to Gov. a school by throwing themselves in belts. Secondly, memory of with Eisenhower a matter of historical record Dr. Gallup and Mr. Harm the devastation of that myth I

John W. Reynolds, this alone could the path of earth movers, can only war, loss of life, and vast de. throughout both term that, for the last 36 years, the as the favorite Republican by Murray Kempton after the

scarcely explain Wallace's extraordinary emphasize the folly of such methods. struction of property still are Thus, Johnson urged Eisenhower two major J political parties of the majority of Re- New Hampshire primies I
showing. vivid in all Europe, as wellas to nominate Lodge as have nominated the men who publicans in the United ("Of all the spectacles an

in Russia. The Chinese offer Secretary of defense and later, were ahead In the popularity States, a truly remarkable inflamed mind can conceive, t
The Wallace showing in Wisconsindid ,of revolution will not be as when Sherman Adams got In polls at the time of the nominating discovery. An associate of the only one I would reject .
There can be little doubt that Wallace not deal a lethal blow to the civil attractive as that of more trouble at the White House. to conventions. mine who Is a long-time pal out of hand would be the

successfully capitalized on anti- rights bill of But it goulash.Mr. make Lodge Presidential Chiefof Much will depend, however, and knows Republicans from image of Henry Cabot Lodge
civil rights feelings which he con- course. may Khrushchev, who had, staff after Adams resigned. on whether Lodge resigns and coast to coast, put it to me looking upon the assembled I

stantly exacerbated. Some of the Re- well serve as a warning that many in the manner of U. S. candi- Both times, however, these comes home if he wins In Ore- this way. "Most of the, Re- voters of New Hampshire,
Americans have reservations about dates, described himself as a recommendations did not work gon. He is being advised by publicans I know are Gold- and holding out his arms and I
publican cross-over probably repre "country boy," visited one of out. some persons to stay where he water men. But I know quitea crying Mummy!. Daddy!
sented a protest against the federal that bill which are likely to be Inten- the famous stud farms in Hun. is and to let the Republican few Rockefeller Republicans ."). No, Lodge is not

civil rights bill more than it did a Billed by a continuation of pro-rights gary. Established more thana AFTER THE DEATH of delegates draft him In San some Scranton Republicans merely as a New Englander

conscious effort to embarrass the tactics inviting. lawlessness and vio- century ago to provide horses President Kennedy, the relationship 'Francisco In July, but this is a great many Nixon (though he is quite-essential- V
Democrats. lence. for the emperor and nobles, between Johnson and very dubious advice. Republicans. But I don't ly an Easterner); he is widely
the farm apparently flourish Ambassador Lodge became Even Eisenhower, who was know one, not a single, Lodge known and, whatever his

es. Mr. Khrushchev was presented more intimate. There had always !- much m o r e powerful wIth- Republican. Where are they, hold on the 42 per cent, widely
a team of five and been a certain amountof in his party In 1952 than and what do they do, other unpopular with the professional -

I Red China Turnabout coach. conflict between the U. S. Lodge is now, felt obliged to than state their preferencesto political community. i ii

TIlE SOVIET premier then military command and the leave his post In Paris and return visiting pollsters?" Several

The West,. particularly the Eng- textbooks are reported in great demand proceeded to "campaign." He U. S. diplomatic command 'in to this country to meet I answered that he could advanced for reasons this. have It been 1
was
knew, he said, it was not wellto with the delegates to the con- apparently
in Red China. Saigon. Johnson insisted at find of themin
lish-speaking part of it, can take a certainly some Lodge who master-
look gift horses in the i
vention before the delegates
long

once, however, that Lodge New Hampshire, but he minding the fight for
of out of mouth, but he, Mr. K., was an Eisenhower
certain amount pleasure convened in Chicago in
should be in
charge the 1
put shot back that this is not in 1952 decided
One of the reasons for this undoubtedly old peasant and wanted to it
from Communist see order in writing, and made July of that year.For' obvious. In New would
developments reported so HampshIre be convenient to call
if he could I
is the that knowledgeof determine
ahorse's
hope clear to the ambassador that five weeks in Abilene
the people who voted Robert Taft a thief, a venture -
China. English will help China to play a age by looking at its, .Lodge recommendation Denver and New York 4
one
teeth. Whereupon Mr. K. any for Lodge were voting, in in inspired audacity, t
larger role in, international affairs, would be given most sympathetic Republican state delegationafter effect, against Goldwater and rather like denouncing Pope :
mouth
pried and
The Communists virtually banned open a or so consideration.This another called on him. Rockefeller. But the t'
but another reason is'reported to be proclaimed the animals present Plus XII as a playboy. But
the study of English early in their V that Chinese leaders want their peo- nificient mag- Johnson promise was Many of them expressed their polls are saying something altogether it worked; and the Taft pros 1
carried out to the letter. Lodge to vote for him but different that the
eagerness : are still The
regime, reserving It for senior high ple to be able to read English in Order After Mr. Nixon's well pub.ticized wanted a new second man in explained that they could not majority of the Republicans constantly sore. being other used argument t

schools and colleges where it languished to speed industrial and scientific Mr. Khrushchev"Kitchen Debate"in July with of Saigon and got the man he do so unless they were in a position prefer Lodge to any against Lodge by the professionals I

because students were development in China. 1959, the emerged from w a n t e d. He was not happy to go home and explain candidate at all. is that he flatly refuses -

afraid to take it. Study of Russianwas the American party cottage to finda with the military commandand what E i I en hower's views to give more than a
it was changed to meet were, not only on foreign polIcy THE PRIMARY in Oregon single speech a day. For this
preferred. When it is necessaryto know English considerable crowd lined,up f
his specifications. He request- but on farm policy, labor will of course confirm whethTHE act of fortitude I honor him
side
in order to find the pathway to on, each of the exit path.
deeply, and have no doubt
Now that a widespread knowledgeof progress, it is a subtle compliment to Mr. K. reacts impulsively to that the friendly treatment

Russian might permit Chinese to the capitalistic West. If It were lag crowds ticians. as Just do before all expert the poli vice CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT given him by the press is

find out what Russian leaders are ging behind Communism very far president's departure for Russia directly the result of not having I

saying about Chinese leaders there there would be no need to stimulatethe the U. S. Congress had to hear him speak more
No More !! often than
has been a reversal. English language study of Engileb.I ing adopted the slave a resolution condition of deplor-peo. Give-Aways day is quite once enough.a day. Oncea '

pIes in the Communist coun I RECOGNIZE that
tries. This had irked the pre- By DAVID LAWRENCE East European satellites are MORE NEGOTIATION is by unfashionable to it is
mier. As he came out he saw, WASHINGTON There serious and becoming more itself harmless, but too often bring the
matter
but is
standing by the roped-off seems to be curious differ- and m o r e aggravated all the it results in appeasement and up, seems to
Voice of the People me that one reason for
roadway, a tall, freckled ence of opinion between Pre time. In addition, they've got surrender. If it was desirablefor Mr. Lodge is his opposing
worker in trousers and tee mier Khrushchev and SenatorJ. the problem of China and the the United States to use the itical views. It is pol-
shirt. His bright red hair was W. Fulbright as to who the whole splitting of the Com sale of wheat as a way of time 12 a long
thick and busby. The man's "devil" really is in the world munist bloc." currying favor with the Soviet he ago years since
Sun's
-On The sat in the Senate
Opinion PageOpinions and
homely face wore a big grin. today. "Should we help them try to g o v e r n ment, the theory and hence has I
Not long the Arkansas adjust?" he was asked."I which Professor Nutter no voting record -
Mr. K. abruptly turned from ago, expounds -
I and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice af the People" column. Letters freshly registered.( For i
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should the Nixon group and walkedtothlsrnan.Ilezelzedahand senator, who is chairman of don't think we should would mean that, be- eight years he was with the I
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the piper Poetry cannot be used. The the Senate Foreign Relations help them out of their current fore any such transaction United Nations there
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without chan 'infl the writer's meaning or full of the thick hair and shook Committee, said. that the economic difficulties without, was approved, the Soviets Mr. Eisenhower's, will to do

Intent. the head back and forth. American people must over- at the same time, gettingsome should have been required, for utterly untaxing an
PTA Needs time Mr. Talbot was most request of the Gainesville "Does this look like a slave?" come "the myth that trade change in either the political example to get out of Cuba. During the brief few assignment.monthsof
In his School P.T.A. These with Communist countries is climate their tateral Certainly if the
cooperative every way, High he loudly demanded. He got a or Soviet government private life after Nixon's
ParentsEDITOR only concerns being to serve Life Memberships are what he wanted- a big laugh compact with the devil." Now system. not only withdrew its defeat, he puttered about
the school and Its parents awarded as recognition of: from the hundreds of Russian Premier Khrushchev says in "Now, the alternative they'd military "technicians" from among the international

Sun It Is not my through his own efforts and outstanding service to P.T.A. workers. an extemporaneous speech in like to use, I think, is to geta Castro's apparatus but a 1 s o (he Is for an Atlantic Union set
intention to take active part those of interested parents.The MRS. C. H. GILLILAND AN ELDERLY, dumpy Hungary: "I, as prime minister nice gift from Uncle Sam. simultaneously took away its along the lines suggested ,
by
fa the current political cam- problem, which Mr. woman, also working at com of the Soviet Union, am They'd like to get some out agents and subversives from Clarence Streit), and endedup
paign in Alachua County, butI Talbot and I discussed many Where Is pleting the fair ground exhibits ready to take credits from side help to tide them over all other Latin American back In South Viet Nam

feel a civic duty to try to times, was not how to keep laughed and beamed at the devil himself if the rate of their troubles, so they can countries, the United Statesw as lord high executioner of,
correc; any misimpressions "meddling mothers" out of The PTA? Mr. K., grinning an almost Interest Is advantageous to my patch t h i In g s up and have 0 u I d be better off than by the Ngo government and oh
which might have arisen In the school, but how to get toothless grin. He walked over country. But I won't deviateone enough time to make adjust- merely a p pro ving a wheat yes, the Ngo's. ,
the mind of the citizens of this "interested par e n t s" into EDITOR, Sun: Several to her, embraced her, kissed millimeter from our position ments that might ease, thingsfor deal and getting nothing else
.county with regard to Mr. the school. It was because of years ago, I shared in a very her on each cheek, did the :' a while. in return but a few dollars of WHAT ABOUT Mr. Lodge'svast

Talbot'i attitude toward a shortage of interested parents active P.TA program on same to another astonishedbut There Is no question but that profit for some wheat dealers. experience in international

P.T.A. in general and particularly that Gainesville High Guidance at the Gainesville pleased woman beside the Soviet premier was refer- "A DECISION to try this alternative Premier Khrushchev's affairs? I cherish
at Gainesville High School P.T.A. was disbanded.The High School. What has hap her, and then rejoined the official ring to credits from the United may explain what speech in Hungary was also a
School. only meetings which were pened to the Gainesville High group. States, as the news dispatches they did,last year. They may significant in relation to the scene I saw on television.
well attended were the back- School Parent Teacher Association The Russians see "Papa plainly indicated. It is a coin- have sat down and said, 'Lookat whole controversy between the Ambassador ,Lodge was i
For seven consecutive yearsI to-school nights, and these ? It it no longer in exis Khrushchev" in this pleasant cidence that last week "U.S. this horrible mess and the East and the West and the pleading for the repatriation ]
worked with Mr. Talbot hardly need be P.T.A. func tence? If not, why not? context, or on television in News & World Report" published reforms we'd have to make to "foreign aid" program. He of the American pilots biennially I

through P.T.A. and as an interested tions. This type of organization is lectures about the inadequacies a copyrighted interview cure Il'"Then warned the members of the shot down and Illegal
parent. I served as At the state P.T.A. conven- the rig h t. hand support of of farming and the need with Professor G. Warren somebody may h ave East European Communist ly detained by the Soviet
president of the Gainesville tion in Jacksonville in Nov- schools. I hope it is still going for communism to catch up Nutter, head of the economics raised his hand and said, 'Why bloc that the Western "imper Union. He spoke passionately
High School P.TJL the last ember, 1960, Mr. Talbot was strong, but apparently no no with the vast production of department at the Univer- don't we try Uncle Sam first: ialists" were trying to run the about the injustice of It all,
full year It functioned and as awarded a Life Membership tices of it appear In the foodandgoodsintheUnitedStates. sity of Virginia, who, after a Maybe we can get out of things world by offering "a piece of and then pointed theatrically
parliamentarian the year it in the Florida Congress of Gainesville Sun.. t He is, to them, a real tour of Russia in 1957 and in that way. Maybe he'll give us bacon or goulash" in the formof to the galleries at three
was disbanded. In an of that Parents and Teachers at the : A. R,.MEAD father image. They do not see subsequent studies, has stead- something'." credits. He told his a 11 ies weeping women, wives of the

'.-.. the shrewd angry Khrushchev ily exposed the myth of,Soviet ''They.sought a 10 bfflion- to be careful not to involve airmen imported to drama
hammering on a U.N economic power. He did this at dollar loan once, didn't they?" themselves too deeply with tize Lodge's speech. He

_ POTOMAC FEVER {; desk with his shoe, threaten- a time when others were predicting was the next question, and the United States, but said in swivelled about and levelled
,, t ,1 lag, plotting. maneuvering that the Rusiias not Professor Nutter replied as effect there was no harm in his finger at the stony-faced
By Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau ;and subverting where he can. only were going to catch up follow: taking something for nothing Soviet delegation declaiming,

is Political and economic affairs with the United States, but That's what they hope for -as he himself would do. "I ask you gentlemen, look
n.LJ putting many women in top government poets in Washington,V of the total Western at those bereaved
It s hard to get a decent home-cooked meal would overcome our lead in What they would like more From the Soviet point of ladies, and
_ around the town any more. world will be affected by the various fields.Professor than anything else is some view, it seems easy to satisfy open up your hearts! I haveno

Thanks to Senator Fulbright, the-Democratic- Administration made Chinese decision to try to take Nut tel in his interview way to get the resources they merely with increased trade doubt that that has become -

fleant gains In foreign poUcy-and bouts signi-.- over direction of world com stated flatly that the need right now and defer the some of the would.be spokesmen one of the standing
now two. instead of one. %Dun SIn. A world in which Russians are deep In economic payment until some other time for America, especially jokes in the chancefieries of

The mother of Massachusetts is jailed" millions need food will hardly trouble today, particularly as when they hope they'll be in a those who are ready to "do Communism. (I can see the
in Florida. governor as a civil rights demonstrator give Peking mass support. a result of the -gamble they better position to take care vl business with Khrushchev" in wag at Lubianka Prison"I
Any politician can run on his record, but Gov. Peabody may But the of Latin ask Warden
as problem made in 1958 when they em- you ,
the 1960's open
be the first Westerners
to run on his mother's police record. itProfessor as so many up
.. America unfolds, it would be barked on a h e a v y militaryand Nutter said that were ready to "do business your heart. .").

Dick Nixon confers with Cabot Lodge-in Viet Nam. helpful to our thinking to un- space program, believingat maybe the United Sta t e s with H I tier" in the Mr. Lodge In
Republicans are think- derstand Brazil has not that short,
yet time that the agricultural should take advantage of 1930's. ap.
ing of running them again this year-this time pears not to have
as the rice paddy ticket. had a "revolution." Anti- problem somehow has "these periods of weakness if learned a
As the "cold war" great deal
-- Communist forces, happily, been solved. But the g a niNe, we're going get any goes on, about how to cope
The Big military revolt in Brazil. The art of governing is different down there. have replaced a Marxist- according to Professor Nutter, changes started." He was will the Western governments with the enemy a subJect -

politicians shoot from the hip-but not quite as fast as the generals.ni minded president. If, however has plainly failed, and he then asked: be foolish enough to make conceSsIons on whIch his brother
_ absent Cabot John
_ Lodge wins the Oregon primary Barry Goldwater threaU not forth by the
reforms added
to do the rest of his are : "Under those terms, was without getting any way became
campaigning
-from grus roots to ,rasa skirts. in TahUi- It's the Dew trend In politics coming, the jo-called revolution the wheat deal a mistake." thing in return by way of re Authority while serving as
will become meaningless, "I THINK that their inter- "The way in which it was spect for the sovereignty and to Spain. But
Lyndon Johnson he and leftist forces will again nal problems arc really quite done" replied Professor Nut. independence of the smaller then in the event he should
wasn't
hour. "You says that m aware he drove more than 70 miles an: emerge perhaps with Peking's serious, very serious. Their ter, "was a m i 11 a ke. We countries, including the suddenly find out, no doubt
mean pi' picket fence emancipation the
- was telephone poles? help. problems in relations with the should have bargained. of enslaved 42 per cent would desert
peoples? him.


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4 Gainesville Sun Monday, April 13, 1964iattezuilk

CONSCIENCEOF THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST





: iun THESOUTH mow.. I JohnsonLodgeEnigma" i


Ntw dark Wiuttl1 Agency chief and got him. policy, fiscal policy and many on June 2. Even if he does not, ,
JOHN L BAKKISON. President Br By JAMES RESTON When President de Gaulleof other matters. Goldwater will still come into
blish.ri PAT COWLES. Tie PreiW WASHINGTON- The rising France issued a vague pronouncement the convention with far more
JOHNSON Vic PresidentFlorida's
dean ED of aJohnson- favoring the EVEN AFTER detailed discussions committed delegates than any-
.... sad EsetBtlT EdiUri W. G. tarot possibility
.._ Beautiful'UniversityTcity L. EBEKSOLE Vie. President and AdTertisiar Lodge battle for the presidency "neutralization" of Viet Nam, of all these matters, body else, and there is every
*
Dirceuri BOB TAKTAG- By RALPH SlcGILLPrix I lends new and significant Lodge suggested that an effort Eisenhower still had trouble reason to believe that if be
UONE.. Vic.. rreiUieat and Clrcol I Prix fftaator PmbliihcrOt interest to the past relationships should be made to find out getting the nomination againstthe cannot get a majority for him-
Uo Musger.THE I the Atlssts. (GO CaiUUtlM
._ between the two men. precisely what De Gaulle had conservative forces in the self, he will certainly try to
Mr.K They were not intimate in in mind. Johnson not only party favorable to Sen. RobertA. swing his delegates to somebody
SUN'S POLICY their four years together in sent Ambassador Charles E. T a f t, and nobody knows else other than Lodge.

1. Report the news fully and i impartially the news columns. the Senate of the United Bohlen to find out (he didn't) this better than Lodge, who Accordingly, the Johnson
r 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials States, but they shared that but made clear to Lodge that was master minding ttie Eis- Lodge relationship is now com-
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. A Smart special respect and even club- he (Lodge) could explore the enhower campaign at that ing into a critical phase. Both
matter with De Gaulle himself time.
by good f e fellowship practical men have been thoughtfuland
Sun's All Department -372-8441
The' telephones: : politicians develop for one an- i If he chose to do so. Thus much the same situa- correct toward one an-

Want Ads-376-4672 other in the Capitol Hill ed a new Central IntelligenceALL tion may develop at San other m these last few weeks ,

IPolitician cloakrooms. THIS helps explain why Francisco this year, especially of Lodge's rise but eventsare
Johnson admired Lodge has been so reluctant to
Lyndon if Sen. Barry Goldwater now getting beyond their
Cabot Lodge as a senator, sol- respond to the calls from wins the California prima r y control.COLORED .
The Wallace Showing born way down south in Dixie dier, and diplomat. He had apolitician's members of his party to come
on New York's East Side, in respect for the skill home and seek the presidential -

The impressive showing made by But lately some observers think frugal New England, or in with which Lodge steered nomination. It also explains
have the corn belt of the Golden Gen. Eisenhower into the why J o h n son has had com- NEWS
Gov. George C. Wallace in Wiscon they detected growing opposi- pres- 'I
West he would have made his
plete confidence in Lodge and
I tion to the civil rights bill and this idential race of 1952 after the
sin's presidential primary was apparently mark in politics. He has what Democrats failed to has rejected out of hand the
due, in part, to a crossoverof may have been reflected in the Wisconsin the professionals call "the general to enter persuadethe national published reports that Lodge B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor.

Republican voters into the Democratic balloting. Demonstrators who magic." politics on their side. was actually directing a political ARCHER NEWS Union will hold its business

contest. There is no other way organize school boycotts, who block Reports from Hungary, Also, Johnson and President campaign from the em- SINGERS TO APPEARThe meeting on Wednesday at 8

to interpret heavier-t h n-normal traffic, who obstruct the entrance to where he said that communism : Eisenhower were close to one bassy in Saigon.Nevertheless Holy Angels gospel sing. p.m., April 15, at the Wesleyn

Democratic totals in many areas buildings are unquestionably stirringup had the duty to produce another during Eisenhower'seight events are ers from Dunnellon, will appear Chapel Methodist Church at
more and better goulash years in the W kite now making this relationship in a musical program at the Arredonda.
normally Republican.But some public resentment against rather than revolutions and House. As majority leader, increasingly awkward. L o dge St. Paul Baptist Church on -

their methods. Last Tuesday's trage- nuclear war, reveal his com- Johnson and his friend, Speaker is now leading the polls for April 19 at 3 p.m. CALL MEETINGThe

even assuming a very substantial dy in Cleveland, in which a ministerwas mon touch. Every politician Sam Rayburn, felt it was the Republican nomination bya There is no admission price,, Uniform Company and
invasion of the Democratic killed in a reckless effort of knows the bread and butter their duty to support the large margin. He is favored but a free-will offering will be the Ushers' Board Lodge No.
who voted demonstrators to halt construction ofa appeal is unbeatable where- President on foreign affairs to win in the Oregon accepted. 113 will hold a joint call busI-
primary by Republicans ever there is a tightening of: and maintained a close rela- primary on May 15, and it is ness meeting at 8 p.m. at the
for Wallace in preference to Gov. school by throwing themselves in belts. Secondly memory of: tionship with senhower a matter of historical record JOINT SERVICEThe home of Charlie Ross, of 704 SW

John W. Reynolds, this alone could the path of earth movers, can only war, loss of life, and vast de- throughout both terms. that, for the last 36 years, the First Baptist Church with 6th Terrace, on Wednesday,

scarcely explain Wallace's extraordi- emphasize the folly of such methods. struction of property still are Thus, Johnson urged Eisen- two major j political parties Rev. W. A. Miles, pastor, will April 15, at 8 p.m.
showing. vivid in all Europe as well hower to nominate Lodge as have nominated the men who conduct a joint service at the This will be the final meeting
nary as in Russia. The Chinese of- Secretary of defense and later, were ahead in the popularity Mt. Herman Baptist Church on before the Grand Lodge convenes -
The Wallace showing in Wisconsindid fer of revolution will not be as when Sherman Adams got in polls at the time of the nomi- the fourth Sunday in the interestof at Tampa on April 2326.

There can be little doubt that Wallace not deal a lethal blow to the civil attractive as that of more trouble at the White House to nating conventions. the church's rally. Mrs. Kim- The dues, taxes and Grand

successfully capitalized on anti- bill of But it goulash.Mr. make Lodge Presidential Chiefof Much will depend, however, brough, reporter.CONVALESCING. Union assessments are to be
rights course. may
,
civil rights feelings which he con- Khrushchev, who had, staff after Adams resigned.Both on whether Lodge resigns and paid at this meeting.TO .
well serve as a warning that many in the manner of U. S. candidates times, however, these comes home if he wins in Ore-
stantly exacerbated. Some of the Re-
described himself as a recommendations did gon. He is being advised by '
Americans have reservations about not work Ronnie Fox, who underwent PRESENT PROGRAMThe
publican cross-over probably repre- "country boy," visited one of! out. some persons to stay where he
sented a protest against the federal that bill which are likely to be inten- the famous stud farms in Hun- is and to let the Republican surgery in the J. H. Medical the Friendship inspirational Choirs program Union of
Center was reported as improving. -
civil rights bill more than it did a sified by a continuation of pro-rights gary. Established more than AFTER THE DEATH of delegates draft him in S a n will be held at the Zion Temple

conscious effort to embarrass the tactics inviting lawlessness and vio- a century ago to provide horses President Kennedy, the rela- Francisco in July, but this is A.M.E. Zion Church today at 8
lence. for the emperor and nobles, tionship between Johnson and very dubious advice.
Democrats. the farm apparently flourish Ambassador Lodge became Even Eisenhower, who was NOTICE p.m.The public is invited.
es. Mr. Khrushchev was much werful within The Clean-up, Fix-up and
pre- more intimate. There had always more p o -
sented a team of five and been certain his party in 1952 than Paint-up committee has set CHURCH
a amountof ANNOUNCEMENTS
I Red China Turnabout coach. is felt to May 6 for its annual parade.
conflict between the U. S. Lodge now, obliged Mt. Pleasant Methodist _
THE SOVIET premier then military command and the leave his post in Paris and return There will be mid-week prayer

The West, particularly the Eng- textbooks are reported in great demand proceeded to "campaign." He< U. S. diplomatic command in to this country to meet WILLISTON PLANNEDThe NEWS services tomorrow, 7:30: p.m.Won't .
MEETING
knew, he said, it was not wellto Johnson insisted with the delegates to the convention
at
Saigon. and
China. come withus
in Red you pray
lish-speaking part of it, can take a look gift horses in the long before the dele- Fellowship Household of
however that for
once Lodge just hour?
one The Chil.
certain amount of pleasure out of mouth, but he, Mr. K., was an should be in charge, put the gates convened in Chicago in Ruth No. 5422 will meet at the dren's Choir will have its rehearsal -
of the for this un- usual meeting place on Thurs-
One reasons old peasant and wanted to see July of that
from Com- order in writing, and made year. on Thursday, 7:30
developments reported if he could determine day at 4 p.m.PROGRAM .
doubtedly is the hope that knowledgeof ahorse's clear to the ambassador that For five weeks, in Abilene, p.m. J. C. Rawls, president;
munist China. English will help China to play a age by looking at its; any Lodge recommendationwould Denver, and New York, one SET Richard Parker, organist. The
teeth.
larger role in international affairs, Whereupon Mr. K. be given most sympa- Republican state delegationafter The Choir will rally that came to a close yes.
The Communists virtually banned but another reason is reported to be pried proclaimed open a the mouth animals or so and thetic consideration.This another called en him. sent Religious its program, entitled pre. terday was successful. Rev. W.

I the study of English early in their that Chinese leaders want their peo- nificient. mag- Johnson promise was Many of them expressed their "Choirs in Parade"' at the East M. Ferguson, pastor.
carried out to the letter. Lodge eagerness to vote for him but Mt. Carmel Baptist There
regime, reserving it for senior high ple to be able to read English in or- After Mr. Nixon's well pub- wanted a new second man in explained that they could not New Port Baptist Church todayat will be mid-week Meditation

schools and colleges where it lan- der to speed industrial and scientific Mr.licized Khrushchev"Kitchen Debate"in July with of Saigon and got the man he" do so unless they were in a position The 8 p.m.public is invited. Services tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

guished because students were development in China. 1959 the from wan t e d. He was not happy to go home and explain Youth Forum, Wednesday, 7:30
party emerged
with the military commandand what E i s e n hower's views p.m., and also both choirs Nos.
afraid to take it. Study of Russian. the American cottage to finda BUSINESS MEETINGThe
it was changed to meet were, not only on foreign policy 1 and 2 will have their rehearsal
was preferred., -.* ,.,.Vhen it is necessary to know Eng- considerable crowd lined upon but farm labor Undenominational Choir
& j his specifications. He request. on policy, 8 p.m.; Choir No. 3 will have its
\ lish in order to find the pathway to each side of the exit path. rehearsal
Mr. K. reacts impulsively to< Thursday 7 p.m. ;
Now that a widespread knowledgeof progress, it is a subtle compliment to and also Teachers' Meeting 7-30
crowds do all
as expert poli-
Russian might permit Chinese to the capitalistic West. If it were lag- ticians. Just before the vicpresident's < THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT p.m.; and both choirs Nos. 1 and

find out what Russian leaders are ging behind Communism very far departure for Rus- 2 will have their rehearsal. Rev.T. .

saying about Chinese leaders there there would be no need to stimulatethe sia, the U. S. Congress had A. Wright, pastor.
No More Give-Aways East Side Church of God in
of adopted a resolution deplor-
has been a reversal. English language study English. ChristThe healing services
ing the slave condition of peoples -
that were held for several
in the Communist coun-
tries. This had irked the pre- By DAVID LAWRENCE East European satellites are MORE NEGOTIATION is by nights, came to an end. Church

mier. As he came out he saw, WASHINGTON There serious and becoming more itself harmless, but too oftenit School, 10 a.m.; morning wore
standing by the roped-off; seems to be a curious differ- and more aggravated all the results in appeasement and ship, 11 a.m.; and evening wor-
Voice of the People roadway, a tall, freckled ence of opinion between Pre- time. In addition, they've got surrender. If it was desirablefor ship, 7 p.m. Elder J. C. Carter,
worker in trousers and tee mier Khrushchev and SenatorJ. the problem of China and the the United States to use the pastor.St. .
shirt. His bright red hair was: W. Fulbright as to who the whole splitting of the Com- sale of wheat as a way of Paul C.M.E. Morning
thick and bushy. The man's "devil" really is in the world munist bloc. currying favor with the Soviet worship, 11 a.m.; and evening
====0ii The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions homely face wore a big grin. today. "Should we help them try to government, the theory worship, 6:30 p.m.

Mr. K. abruptly turned from Not long ago, the Arkansas adjust?" he was asked."I which Professor Nutter ex- Church of God by Faith No.
signed and and comments bear the of writer's Sun readers address.arc Names welcome will in be the withheld Voice of if the requested.People column.A letter Lettersmust should the Nixon group and walkedto senator, who is chairman of don't think we should pounds would mean that, be- 1 Sunday School, 10 a.m;

not exceed be 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The this man. He seized a hand- the Senate Foreign Relations help them out of their current fore any such transactio Bible Study, 12 noon; W. W C.,
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writers meaning or full of the thick hair and shook Committee, said that the economic difficulties without, was approved, the Soviets 5:45 p.m.; and evening worship,
intent. the head back and forth. American people must over- at the same time, getting should have been required, for 7:15 p.m. Elder J. C. McKnight,
time Mr. Talbot was most request of the Gainesville "Does this look like a slave?" come "the myth that trade some change in either the poli- example to get out of Cuba. pastor; R. L. Hutchinson, re-
PTA Needs cooperative in every way, his High School P.T.A. These he loudly demanded. He got with Communist countries is a tical climate or their interal Certainly if the Soviet govern- porter.

Parents only concerns being to serve Life Memberships are what he wanted- a big laugh compact with the devil." Now system ment not only withdrew its Emanuel Baptist-Choir No.
the school and its parents awarded as recognition of from the hundreds of Russian Premier Khrushchev says in "Now, the alternative they'd military "technicians" from 2 will have its rehearsal today,

EDITOR, Sun: It Is not my through his own efforts and outstanding service to P.T.A. workers.AN an extemporaneous speech in like to use, I think, is to geta Castro's apparatus but also 7:30 p.m.; and there will be
Intention- to take active part those of interested parents.The MRS. C. H. GILLILAND ELDERLY, dumpy Hungary: "I, as prime minis- nice gift from Uncle Sam. simultaneously took away its prayer meeting tomorrow, 7:30:
in the current political campaign problem, which Mr. woman, also working at com- ter of the Soviet Union, am They'd like to get some out- agents and subversives fr o m p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis, pastor;
In Alachua County, butI Talbot and I discussed many Where Is pleting the fair ground exhi- ready to take credits from side help to tide them over all other Latin American Mrs. M. E. Middleton, reporter. r

feel civic duty to to times, was not how to keep bits, laughed and beamed at the devil himself if the rate of theirtroublessotheycanpatch countries, the United Statesw i
a try
correct misimpressionswhich "meddling mothers" out of The PTA? Mr. K., grinning an almost interest is advantageous to my things up and have o u I d be better off than by PERSONALSMiss

might any have arisen in the school but how to get toothless grin. He walked over country. But I won't deviateone enough time to make adjust- merely a p pro ving a wheat Mary James and Miss
EDITOR, Sun: Several millimeter from ments that might thingsfor deal and getting nothing else Hattie Wallace both
the mind of the citizens of this "interested parents" into to her, embraced her, kissed our posi- ease of Ft. i
'county with regard to Mr..Talbot's the school. It was because of years ago I shared in a very her on each cheek, did the tion." a while. in return but a few dollars of Myers, were guests here yes-
attitude to d a shortage of interested par- active P.T.A. program on same to another astonishedbut There is no question but that profit for some wheat dealers. terday.Mr. .
.P.T.A. in general, and war ents that Gainesville High Guidance at the Gainesville pleased woman beside the Soviet premier was refer- "A DECISION to try this alternative Premier Khrushc h e v's and Mrs. Robert Jenkins,
ticularly at Gainesville High par- School P.T.A. was disbanded.The High School. What has happened her, and then rejoined the of- ring to credits from the United may explain what speech in Hungary was also and son, Joe, all of Tampa,
School only meetings which were to the Gainesville High ficial group. States, as the news dispatches they did last year. They may significant in relation to the whose visit here for the past
well attended were the back- School Parent Teacher Association The Russians; see "Papa plainly indicated. It is a coin- have sat down and said, 'Lookat whole controversy between the two; weeks has been pleasant,
For seven consecutive yearsI to-school nights, and these ? Is it no longer in existence Khrushchev" in this pleasant cidence that last week "U.S. this horrible mess and the East and the West and the left yesterday for their home. i
:: worked with Mr. Talbot hardly need be P.T.A. func ? If not, why not? context, or on television in News & World Report" pub- reforms we'd have to make to "foreign aid" program. He Mrs. Delia Young returnedto
'through P.T.A. and as an interested tions. This type of organization is lectures about the inadequacies lished a copyrighted interview. cure it""Then warned the members of the Gainesville yesterday from

parent. I served as At the state P.T.A. conven- the r i g h t- hand s u pport of of farming and the need with Pro essor G. Warr e n somebody may h ave East European Communist Hartford, Conn., where she was
president of the Gainesville tion in Jacksonville in Nov- schools. I hope it is still going for communism to catch up Nutter, head of the economics raised his hand and said, 'Why bloc that the Western "imper called because of business.
High School F.T.A. the last ember, 1960, Mr. Talbot was strong but apparently no notices with the vast production of department at the Univer- don't we try Uncle Sam first: ialists" were trying to run the Miss Nellie Monroe of Ocala
:full year it functioned' and as awarded a Life Membershipin of it appear in the food and goods in the United sity of Virginia, who, after a Maybe we can get out of things world by offering "a piece of passed through Gainesville yesterday -
parliamentarian the year it the Florida Congress of Gainesville Sun. States. He is, to them, a real tour of Russia in 1957 and in that way. Maybe he'll give us bacon or goulash" in the form en route to Jacksonville.
;:was disbanded. In all of that Parents and Teachers at the A. R. MEAT. father image. They do not see subsequent studies, has stead- something'." of credits. He told his a 11 ies Charles H. Foster of Miami, I
the shrewd angry Khrushchev ily exposed the myth of Soviet "They sought a 10 billion- to be careful not to involve passed through the University
hammering on a U.N. economic power.He did this at dollar loan once, didn't they?" themselves too deeply with City yesterday en route to visit
POTOMAC FEVERBy desk with his shoe, threatening a time when others were predicting was the next question and the United States, but said in at the Florida A&M University
plotting maneuveringand that the iRussias not Professor Nutter replied as effect, there was no harm in at Tallahassee.Mrs. .
Fletcher Knebel Cowles Washington Bureaus subverting where he can. only were going to catch up follows: taking something for noth- Mamie T. Young left
Political and economic af- with the United States, but "That's what they hope for ing- as he himself would do. yesterday for Atlanta, Ga., because -
: LBJ is putting so many women in top government posts in Washington, fairs of the total Western would overcome our lead in What they would like more From the Soviet point of of the illness of her daughter -

It's hard to get a decent home-cooked meal around the town any more. world will be affected by the various fields.Professor than anything else is some view, it seems easy to satisfy Mrs. Madge Foster, whose

-- Chinese decision to try to take N u t ter in his interview way to get the resources they merely with increased trade condition was reported as somewhat -
Thanks to Senator Fulbright, the Democratic administration has made significant need and defer the would be
over direction of world com- stated flatly that the right now some of the spokesmen improved.
:0- gains in foreign policy-,and now boasts two instead of one. munism. A world in which Russians are deep in economic payment until some other time for America, especiallythose Master James Bennett of

I __ millions need food will hardly trouble today, particularly as when they hope they'll be in a who are ready to "do Jacksonville, spent the past
The mother of Massachusett's governor is jailed as a civil rights demonstrator give Peking mass support.But a result of the gamble they better position to take care of business with Khrushchev" in weekend here with his relatives
in Florida. Any politician can run on his record, but Gov. Peabody maybe as the problem of Latin made in 1953 when they em- it." the 1960s as so many Wester- and friends.
the first to run on his mother's police record. America unfolds, it would be barked on a h e a v y militaryand Professor Nutter said t h at ners were ready to "do business -
I helpful to our thinking to understand space program believingat maybe the United States with Hitler" in the JOHN (CRIPP) McCRAY
I Dick Nixon confers with Cabot Lodge in Viet Nam. Republicans are think- Brazil has not yet that time that the agricul- should take advantage of 1930's. John McCray, of 321 NW 8th
jng of running them again this year-this time as the rice paddy ticket. had a "revolution." Anti- tural problem somehow has "these periods of weakness if As the "cold war" goes on, Street, died Sunday morning at
-- Communist forces, happily, been solved. But the g a mble, we're going to get any will the Western governmentsbe Mrs Annie DeBose's house following -
T Big military revolt in Brazil. The art of governing is different down there. have replaced a Marxist- according to Professor Nutter, changes started." He was a lingering 1B e55. He
The politicians shoot from the hip-but not quite as fast as the generals. minded president If, how- has plainly failed, and he then asked: foolish enough to make con- lived in Gainesville fer a great

If absent Cabot Lodge wins the Oregon primary, Barry Goldwater threatens ever, reforms are not forth- added: "Under those terms, was cessions without getting any- number of years and was
to do the rest of his campaigning Tahiti. It's the new trend in politics coming the so-called revolu- the wheat deal a mistake." thing in return by way of re- a member of the ML Pleasant
,-from grass roots to grass skirts. tion will become meaningless, "I THINK that their inter- "The way in which it was spect for the sovereignty and M. E. Church.
and leftist forces will again nal problems are really quiter done," replied Professor Nut- independence of the smaller Funeral arrangements will be j

7 Lyndon Johnson says he wasn't aware- he drove more than 70 miles an emerge perhaps with Pek- ,ons. very serious. Their ter* "was a m 1st a te.V e countries, including the emancipation announced 1 by Hughes & Chest

hour "You mean that li'l ol' picket fence was telephone poles l .?";.,' ,. y ..r wi. lugs help. problems in relations with the should_nave bargained.< ,.. *
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JFK !II ..J.,

j In The Legislative CandidatesGive Is Growing Library 1\11|\


I I BOSTON (AP-The John F.\

CapitolWASHINGTON Stands on IssuesThe Kennedy Memorial Library is 1
going to be a lot larger than\
originally conceived-and it will
j 'ou
j (AP-In the ( League of Women Voters be designed by an American art t

; news from Washington: a non partisan organiza- o. chitect. I

rt I COST REDUCTION: More tion, submitted questions prepared } MRICHARD Selection of the architect isj j
than 1,200 major defense con- by the League of.Voters u rf. expected to be made about June;

tractors have enlisted so far in Service Committee to all Ala- xSw 1, Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kenne- ;i

I I the Johnson administration's chua County candidates who dy, the assassinated president's,

cost reduction war, it was disclosed -face opposition in the May 5 primary 3. qQH..iv brother, said after weekend conferences -I: (0 K"We
today. election.) with an advisory committee -

There have been that many j
[I favorable replies from letters THE OFFICE: Representative The attorney general said that|

; sent to 7,500 big contractors last from Alachua County to the the two-acre site on the bank I| AT
December by President Johnson Florida Legislature. Term of office b. of the Charles River-opposite!: "WeMeet .

af t and ,Secretary of Defense I is two years, compensationis the dormitory in which the late;
$1,200 a year plus $15 a day lived Harvard!
1 Robert S. McNamara. q president as a
subsistence for each day of 1J' Meetor
. t A little-noticed Pentagon !?udentwill not be large!
legislative session. !
progress report circulated re- enough.
said THE CANDIDATES: Ralph or Beat Beat
cently : Turlington, 43, of Gainesville, King in U. S.
"Indications that industry's
are
-
the incumbent, and Richard J. ;1
cost reduction efforts will ALL, ALL
; Wilson, 38, of Gainesville. Both :
PHILADELPHIA (AP-King)
the nation with multi-
provide
a
Jim
are Democrats."THEfQUESTIONS -- Hussein of Jordan arrives ini I
million-dollar add-on to the Department RALPH TURLINGTONI WILSON PRICES ThJYerStt9 PRICESIn
of Defense's own $4 AND ANSWERS Philadelphia today to begin a!,

billion cost reduction undertaking. : believe that one of the big to provide balanced representation -state visit to the United States'at '
." Question: Are you satisfied gest problems today is in waste I for middle sized counties. the invitation of President;' In This ThisArea"

SECURITY: A report that that our present tax structure and duplication, where it exists. Wilson: I would support a plan Johnson. I I I' \4
is adequate to provide The 29-year-old monarch was i V U. S. ROUTE
prowlers were in the basementof U we can eliminate this more somewhat similar to the plan \ Area"SOUTH
I expanding services to a grow to be greeted by Mayor James i, 441
the tax
St. Mark's church funds under existing used to determine representation -
Episcopal
ing population? What changes H. J. Tate at International Air-'!
;
caused Secret Service agents structure will be available to in the United States Con- {
would ? |
suggest port.
you government. that is to a plan I
and Washington police to con- gress; say
Turlington: No. Severance tax in geographical King Hussein will fly by helicopter -j
based
part upon
duct a thorough search Sunday
morning before President John- and removal of exemptions on Question: In the Janu a r y, factors; and in part upon to Washington Tuesday]I DISCOUNTLIQUORS
machinery and equipment. Florida's for a noon meeting with John-
1963, Special Session, population.
arrived for
and his
services.son family Wilson: (a) Yes, at this legislature passed two resolu- However, in the Special Ses- son. I
time I believe that our presenttax tions which would change the
sion of the Legislature in 1963,
Police found two 17yearoldswho "I
structure is adequate to provide structure of our national and
Alachua Coun-
member of the
had wandered froma a
away for expanding services to a state governments: ((1)) By- 1.
delegation introduced a reapportionment -
ty
service for deaf mutes at St. I.I
growing population. At the present passing Congress in amendingthe that was
plan pass
Eamabas chapel in the church : time, we are paying gasoline U. S. Constitution, (2.) the ed which I consider to be most i I
rr
basement.The c i g a r e tte, license tags, Court of the Union which harmful to the interests of the
President was accom- sales tax, intangible pers o n a 1 would supersede the U.S. Supreme people of Alachua County. Paid Advertising -.I

panied to the services by Mrs. property, school millage and Court. Would you vote _____ ___
Johnson, their daughter Lynda real property taxes, to mentiona -Turlington: I would not voteto __
Bird, and Secretary of Defense few. rescind No. 1. I would vote To control scale insects
For Maximum Beauty We Discount ALL Our Prices-These Are
I and Mrs. Robert S. McNamara. There are some inequities and to rescind No. 2. and red spider shrubbery

discrepancies in administering Wilson: Yes. Our country THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS!
should be
sprayed duringthe
real taxes from countyto
property was founded in democracy and I
Spray
:MacArthurMemorial
co u n t y. For example, the is operated under the United next 6 weeks before

I same type of home on improved' States Constitution, with its I hot weather sets in.One .
real pro per ty will be taxed checks and balances. Operating SAVE MORE SAVE MORE
in than in
greater one county
another under the grant of power con Shrubbery 1 or two sprayings, of
county.b tained in the Constitution t h is
( ). In so far as suggested oil emulsion should beN
I has to the
Is JammedNORFOLK country grown
changes are concerned, I am not strength, stature and prestige it opplied now for best: re

in favor of adding additional tax- enjoys today. We, as a nation, suIts with a minimum of OLD fOUR
Va. (APShowery -es at this time, but to see that OW
have always been able to work
April skies were expectedto the existing tax laws are effectively -I e plant burn.
out differences and disagree-
slightly today administered. our -
dampen only
the tempo of posthumous trib- 'ments within the framework Our staff of trained expert A
this great document. I believe r HICKORY ROSES
Douglas ute to General MacArthur.of the Army Il's TortureTo that we are still able to do this. pe servicemen is ready"e.MIt.u4

Officials of the MacArthur Hear CastroMIAMI to serve you.
Question: What p Ian for 6 YEARS OLD
Memorial Museum said they 20 N.W. 16th Ave. 376-2661 Phone 376-2661
entation inFlorida's
equitable r e p r e s
anticipated that further thou- Fla. (AP) Making legislature do
sands would line the sidewalk political prisoners in Cuba listen you
outside the imposing, columned to Fidel Castro's speechesover support? I

J building while .awaiting their and over is one of several Turlington: I believe that the WE CAN'T AFFORDTV $ 78 ; $393

turn to view the sunken crypt means used to torture them, a House of Representatives is as
i where the general was interred former prisoner says. fairly apportioned as possible on' COMMERCIALS

i last Saturday.The Dr. Mario Robau, a physicianwho a population basis and still have (AREN'T YOU GLAD)
memorial held its doors said he was assigned to I individual representation f o reach We don't have that kind of money but what we do haveis .
open until 9 p.m. Sunday-three treat fellow inmates in county. If additional popu- fast, prompt courteous service we cant afford poor Fifth Fifth
i hours beyond the normal closing na's La Cabana Prison, HaVa-j' lation weight is to be given in service either. See us for a loan from-

time-to accommodate the I speech treatment "breaks the' our leg i s lature it should be

j more than 6,000 persons who!prisoners' neryes." I' in the senate. $
came to pay their last respects! Dr. Robau, recently arrivedby If the senate is to be reappor-!, 25to6OOAnd SAVE MORE I SAVE -MORE

I It was scheduled to be opento way of Mexico, told a news tioned on a population basis, l ] 1 1Marion
the public today from 9 a.m. conference Sunday that another special consideration should be I

to 5 p.m., but there was a torture was to sick German given to middle size counties for It's Confidential i '
chance these hours would be shepherd dogs on prisoners the reason that they have already -
extended again by heavy at- The dogs -are trained to made substantial concessions HOUSE GILBEY'SSTUART
I
tendance. scratch, he said. in their house representation. -
(0.
\ More than 61,000 persons Dr. Robau said he was imprisoned If the courts should rule Finance OF

viewed the body cf the generalin a year ago without that each county is not entitledto VODKA
Norfolk at the end of a weekof charge and released in Janu- at least one representative Home Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks

extraordinary tribute to the ary. regardless of its size, I would 18 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-5333

man who led American soldiers recommend a downward revis-I I ts.? o 80 PROOF

I into battle in three major wars. The "Watchtower of the Uni- ion in the size of the house. The vqp. : l-1" >:;- -, ,'N ,' _" ",''': ,_,<.;y'L"r auye.f 86 PROOF IMPORTED SCOTCHtL$99
His burial here, a Navy townin verse," so called by South present size of 112 is already too ; : -

which he never lived, was his I American liberator Simon Boli- large, expensive j-and unwieldy.If : 99
request bcause it was the I var, is 20,561-foot El Chimborazo the courts put the senate on $
scene of his mothers birth and peak in the Ecuadorean a population basis, its size will .
childhood. Andes. have to be increased in order :
Shortly after the memorial -- -- ::; jf :.

opened a 4-year-old girl, Vivian The Home Of Gourmets j Fifth

Bayoreta, received permission I Try Our Noon Lunchestamattella' ci1SY Fifth
to place a wreath by the crypt. (
She was aided by her father,:

M. Sgt. Solomon H. Bayoreta, ?,Lb'x1, ., SAVE MORE
who was awarded the Silver 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE .f u s

Star for protecting MacArthur
from a bomb burst on Correg
dor in December 1941. ATTENTION FREEZER OWNERS! ,32. 0 '

Surf Side BOURBON
Bayoreta said he traveled to k DE]
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Norfolk from Syracuse, N.Y.,I MEAT ROOM tr Y I
and waited three days to place I BILL'S -
the wreath in the rotunda. He' CALL 372-3514 GIN SUPREME
vowed he would return each':' .

year to "pay my respects to the -
general." BUY

PeacocksOn 4 WHILE GOOD I ;

HEAIOF AND CHOICE BEEF xt, ; $ 89 $378Fifth

the Loose Rout( PRICES ARE AT 1\\

0
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) .dottouHO THEIR LOWEST
1
Anyone! for Pavan cristatus pie? Hurry, get yourI Fifth
is "what'sthat i
The next question GovernmentGraded -
?" Well, it's peacock pie,: 2 STEAK I i

for which, it seems, no one has: ROAST RuAF i money in by I

the recipe. I i SAVE MORE I MORECHARTER
SAVE
Several home owners in East nr".SIRLOIN CHOICE, GOOD I
Pasadena had the ingredients: STEAK ', Standard Available the 20th. Earn
Sunday morning when a flockof I I I
_I II II 3 .
Pavan cristati
descended peacocks on- their neighbor i I will cut and wrap just from the 1st. I IMPORTED
i a the way you want it profits
IONE
hood. I!' T STEAK o in fact you may come in i i 100%
Now the peacock is a beautiful r and w.lck! W. will aU.

bird, except when he opens' 4 5 cut and wrap your own A little delay may leave you
if
beef Freezing
inspected. -
his mouth. His call, if it can be ttUI STEAK at no extra charge.HINDQUARTERS I OAK BENTLEY

called that, is a raucus screech,I waiting at the dock for
resembling the sound of a disabled w I

The jet pea engine.hen, his mate, speaksin i I 3 N r OG : -<; your dividends. Visit us now, or 3 i' BOURBON SCOTCH

similar tones.A I W 8 j RMIMI (Rump Roast Steak :' _
crew from the humane society pig ROAST p.j V Soup Ground Bones Beef.i Heel of Round. save by mail if it's easier.
I r
spent several hours chas- 01. G Sirtoui (Sirloin Steak Sirloin Tfe.)
1.11 STEAK Snart LM (Club Steak T...... I
the birds. They caught I
ing one. Steak.)
The rest moved to the cam-I
pus of nearby Pasadena City 9 FOREQUARTERS: I ]81irst3tderal $349 $389Fifth
Rill
College, where the pursuit con- 7 G ROUND
Chuck Mate (Plate Stew Ground
&loan associationof
tinued. IEF Ground Beef.) savings
111 Where they came from, nobody CHUCK ROAST, Muck Beef.: ) (Owe Roast Stew Ii, Gainesville ; Fifth
knew, but officials suspected sn'W b Brisket (Ground Beef) f J/IfIlJ-/ :
JOMUlt KDCIA1 SAVINGS
For Sftaak (Soup Bones)

Los they Angeles were State from and the nearby County GR0UNOIEEF ZONES SOOF FINANCING I 4. lOAN NOME INSUUMCI Out COWOIATIOMKSEUl TANK STSTIM j I ALL OUR STOCK IS DISCOUNTED

Arboretum. 10I 2.9 W. UNtYUUTY AVE.AT 3Rt MANY UNADVERTISED SPECIALS
II A!%
AVAILABLE N.W.nTH ST.AND 6TH AYE.
Whale steaks and stew, rich I ei'"4 -=- fU-7.s.n I PRICES GOOD THRU APRIL 16th ONLY
considered deli
in
protein, are a
cacy by the Japanese. 1001 N.W. 4th Street Phone 372-3514 j c-,




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ujomEn l f flflD 'Ideal' Home for Florida Suggested Calendar Of EventsTODAY



CAPE CORAL If 45 women, representing a cross sec April W Inn.Auxiliary

tion of Florida, met to design the ideal home .what Alpha Omicron Pi, Corporation to Alachua Coun-
would be created from this collective of ideas? ty Medical Society, 9:30 a.m.,
pool Meeting, 819 Panhellen-
I THE f fflffl1L9I I L Y Last week, 45 Florida women did exactly this at the 1 ic Drive, 6:30 p.m. Mrs.12th Road.Robert Klein, 1826 NW

annual "Congress on Better Housing," at Cape Coral University Women's Club "

I X M4wk And in the process they decided on a one and one-half Arts and Crafts Fair, 10 a jn. CHIMNEY
rB' story home abundant in storage and built-ins, three
space to noon, and 2:30.to 4:30 p.m.>,> CORNERSby
: Ruth Weimer . Women's Editor '3 t dining areas, plush master bathroom and fireplace.But Clubhouse, West Newberry by

in addition to practical suggestions, which will be Road WALKERn

: Sea Shells Used. incorporated into a home to be designed by four architects NW ash Avt. Phone FR 14420
1 and built at this waterfront community of 3,200 residents United Community Fund of "Furniture To Live mars With"A Joy

panel members of the McCall's Magazine spon- Greater Gainesville, Board of

i sored session agreed on several taboos. Directors 4 p.m., Guaranty

In Party Decor 1' i& Federal Savings and Loan. POWERFUL PLUNGER CLEARS

While agreement ran heavy on Florida homes being too American Association of

low and too level, panel members were of definite opinion University Women Board CLOGGED TOILETSin
Seashells, of all sizes, colors of amaryllis were used in the t: ,
that
contemporary design with Florida's unique indoor-out. Meeting, Mrs. H. E. Ellis, 4041 a jiffy'NMR
and descriptions used in corners of the room. Y I mode
were I door of living was excellent Super modernity was NW 12th Avenue.
li
decorating for the Gainesville Sixteen tables of bridge and I frowned upon.

Woman's Club bridge party at four tables of canasta were in I Other suggestions were a greater variety of homes from University City Bridge

the clubhouse Friday afternoon. play. Winner of first prize at which to choose, less plain stucco and more stucco and Club, 7:30 p.m. University of

bridge was Mrs. L. C. Pittman; wood or brick combinations, front courtyards doors: on the Florida Faculty Club, West

Tallies were decorated with second prize, Mrs. Roland W. kitchen, window over the kitchen sink importance of dish- Newberry Road

flowers made from tiny, vari- Bryan and winner at canastawas washers and an additional one-half bathroom if the home Past Matron's Club, Gaines-
colored shells. On each table Mrs. A. R. Boyer. has a swimming pool.
ville Chapter OES, 8 ,
p.m.
a flower container made from Guests attending the party Mrs. Laverne E. Weaver, 2247

shells held a small arrangement were Mrs. H. C. Vreeland, Mrs. i iMrs. Ideally, the three dining areas would include one in the NW 15th Avenue.Gainesville S
[
of pansies. These were Charles Black, Mrs. J. E. Bak. ii kitchen for breakfasts and snacks a formal and sepa-

given as Bingo prizes to the er, Mrs. R. V. Terry, Mrs. T. M. : arate dining room for company or larger arrangementsand Bridge Club,

winner at each table. I Reed, Mrs. Eugene Foster Mrs.C. outdoors for barbecue and informality. The second 7:30 p.m., Recreation Cen-

The tea table was centered E. Bell and Mrs. Etta Hazell. floor of the home would be for children's rooms and extra ter.

with red and white roses, flanked Hostesses were Mrs. Carl H. Robert Finkernagel, right formerly of Gainesville, storage area. TUESDAY, April 11 AGAIN that kk feeling

on each side by yellow roses Johnson, chairman Mrs. received a certificate for. participation in McCall Maga The four. architects who will design the home as sug- when Jour toilet overflows

arranged in Conch shells. Col- Charles H. Becker, Mrs. L. G. zine's recent Congress on Better Housing at Cape Coral. gested by the women, are Harold Davis of Fort Myers; League of Women Voters 'TOILAFLEX:

lections of shells were displayed Gramling Mrs. Albert H. Krez- Mrs. Finkernagel is pictured with Mrs. Harry Davis Gillies, Bill Frizzell Fort Myers; Milton Harry Miami, and Thomas Unit Meeting 8 pjn., Mrs.E. ToiletAMilll

on the tea table and on the dorn Dr. Catherine J. Pucic Senior Editor of McCall's, left. Mr. Finkernagel was formerly Wheeler, Fort Myers; a graduate of the University of Lowe Pierce, 1822 NW 7th Plunger
stage. Two of Gainesville Chamber of Commerce. Florida. Place. Unlike ordinary plunger. TbiUflex
large arrangements and Mrs. Elbert Voss. general director the does not permit compressed air or
mj Girl Scout, WECO Neigh- messy water to splash back or escape.


Here Are Facts You Should Know About CancerBy Street.borhood Girl Scout Meeting House,, 810 9:30 NW ajn.8th, I swishes through With.. DESIGNED:Ibilaflex down.the TO the doffing FIOC Can't full AT pressure ANY miss mats ANCUC plows and

SUCTION-RIM STOPS SPLASHBACKCENTEHS
.
ITSELF: CANT SKID AROUND
B'Nai Israel Sisterhood 8 .
VICTOR COHN suspicious. She should see her can Medical Association. that called his conclusions "ter patients survived 10 years or part of a regular physical. p.m., Jewish Community Cen- TAPERED Get TAIL the GIVES AIRTIGHT FIT

Cowles Staff Writer doctor in any case at least rible news." longer. Regular breast selfexamination Genuine TwIaflW 4OAC s;
Statistics Show
yearly-and maybe oftener. greatly improves a wom ter.Altrusa AT HARDWARE STORES EVERYWHERE
The facts about breast can- At Memorial SloanKetteringin ALL SURGEONS AGREE 12:15 pan. Holiday
cer, doctors are reporting, are Breast cancer, in fact, is NO ONE CAN disagree with New York, reported Dr. Ran- that an operation often can give an's chances.

that it is no easy enemy, and "one lof the most curable of this. Around 20 women in every dall, the five-year survival rateis even the incurable many years, Best Results

all medicine's attacks have failed human cancers" when treated 100,000 die of breast cancer ev now 65.4 per cent "no mat sometimes up to 20, of relief FOR BEST results,
arguesDr.
to lower its worldwide early and well says Dr. HenryT. ery year, and have since 1930, ter how advanced the cancer, from pain and cancer's disfig- Michael Brennan of Henry

death rate.Doctors Randall, medical directorof statistics plainly show. provided it can be operated on urement.All Ford Hospital, Detroit Mich., Need appliance ?
New York's Memorial Sloan- But Lewison also wrote that: at all." money
the
therefore are widely I agree heartily on huge she should also see her doctor

discussing the pros and cons Kettering Cancer Center. I 1. Of all women operated on THE COMPARABLE 1916 importance of the earliest possible -not just yearly but every six to
IT IS ALSO THE MOST at Johns Hopkins between 1946 26 1 detection. nine months.
of various treatments.One figure was only 40.6 percent Get HFC
recently said none has common of all human cancers.I and 1950, 52 per cent were ; the 194043 figure, 54 percent The University of Minnesota He has studied breast can- an
One woman in 18 develops it alive after five years, 33 per Cancer Detection Purchase Loan
Improved overall results in 30 Center from cer growth rates, and found Big
at some time. cent after 10 years. 1948-58 found 30 breast
cancers that some women certified as
years. The radical said
The operation most commonly 2. The 52 per cent represented mastectomy, Foe important purchase, you're
on yearly examination of 'free of cancer" will nonethe- any t
Several this. Dr. George director of
strongly deny performed for it is called ra just an 8 percentage point Moore women over 45. Of 29 operatedon less harbor tiny specks of can- better off buying with eaah. You can
They say as many as 80 per dical It has Roswell Park Memorial Institute -
mastectomy. several improvement (up from 44 per 27 90 for the best: '
per cent were cer tissue that no one can feel shop anywhere
of the Buffalo N Y. "will
cent cure"
women they operate : variations, but generallymeans cent) in 15 ,
years. alive five after take advantage of cash
bargains> _
years surgery. _
on now are still alive after removing the breast 3. in of 5 to 15 per cent more patients yet.Inside ________
Surgeons
many parts of the 29 had savings. Get that cash from HFC
Twenty-one three
no to nine months
than ,
five years. plus certain nearby lymph the world report strikingly sim- any simpler operation (to I
HFC
lumph node involvement yet however they become -repay conveniently.
Optimistic or pes simistie nodes. ilar results, despite widely dif- remove only the breast and no may readily -
when their cancers were found. detectable and danger- serves the money needs of more
about their overall results, doctors Lymph nodes are little masses fering treatments less dras- surrounding tissues) I
of them-95 cent- than 2 million people a 'CUVk'd .
widely agree that: which produce white blood tic operations, somewhat An Edinburgh, Scotland, surgeon Twenty per ous.The )
alive five later.
were years Eke to serve yotuBorrow
Breast cancer detected early cells. They are a common more drastic operations, opera- has maintained in a standard one-year exam
The center also advises its
and promptly and adequately site of breast cancer spread. tion plus radiation even (in one report 'widely quoted in medical I "Examine examinees ination interval, Brennan maintains -

treated Is highly curable in individual Dr. William Halsted, great report) radiation alone. I circles that less dras- 'monthly, too and yourself doctor "brings patients to surgery .
patients.The Johns Hopkins surgeon, originated 4. In breast cancer, there- tic surgery plus X-raying Is as see your nine to 12 months later
1 right away if you find any- up to $600
than the earliest
the radical good as radical practicaltime.
mastectomy fore the "best treatment" has surgery.
,
best hope in most casesIs thing." Fourteen women found "
Take to 24 months to
prompt surgery, sometimes!nearly 50 years ago. It has ,'not yet been identified and I A Mayo Clinic study (of all their own breast cancers by doing up repay

in conjunction with other treat- been in wide use for years, all many treatments apparently patients treated between 1941 so. Their five-year survival DOCTORS today are also Ask about Credit We Inntrance on loan at group rate
ment. over the world.Nonetheless produce identical results and 1947) denies this. It says rate after 86 trying new combinations of surgery

breast cancer though, Lewison has amended eight in 100 women under age cent. surgery was X raying, anti can- HOUSEHOLD FIHANCU07

Examination death rates for the United himself by saying since it is 65 and 10 in 100 over 65 do bet- per Alert cer drugs and, in some cases .

Every woman should give States and other major countries clear that "the very best treat- ter after the radical operation. "It's Keep hormones and surgical removalof

herself a breast selfexamination -I have remained "surpris ment is surgery at the earliest Patients who have patient awareness as glands (the ovaries and pituitary

monthly. ("Do it when you ingly unchanged" for the last possible time." added Dr. Moore have surgery more, makes well as the doctor awareness, that Dr. ) to seek to control cancer W. University Aver 2nd Floor

get your phone bill," says one 30 years. So wrote Dr. EdwardF. Several doctors have dis- than double the survival chanceof Victor E. Gilbertsen differencesays, Detection' growth. PHONE: FRanklin 6-4524 vBom '

doctor. Just as a reminder.") Lewison, now chief of the agreed with some of his figures, those who reject it. BeforeHalsted's Center director. Many are urging wide and cooperative : Hradqr do Tkondny 930 to 30-Friday fjfl to 7 PJt
She should see a doctor with- Johns Hopkins breast clinic in some spurred statistical studies to
by a news report operation, added Dr. "Many patients still seek me-
out delay if she finds anything a recent Journal of the Ameri- (which Lewison repudiated) Randall, only 5 per cent of all dical help too late," says Bolfalo's get better comparisons of dif rrarws

Dr. Moore a Universityof fering treatments' results. H r If I II IM

Breast Examination Minnesota surgical graduate. The facts about breast can- 11

: Eight Simple StepsSit Overall statistics remain cer, Dr. Michael B. Shimkin of
I
the National Cancer Institute
poor he believes, because surgeons -
recently told fellow doctors INh'ARKE
generally see "relativelyfew M
"should not
encourage hopelessness -
patients who can be cur- -
....,...., ed." or disenchantment. But

Sit or stand In front of WHAT IS a "cancer detection" I they should promote vigorous
1 your mirror with your arms relaxed examination and evaluation."
at your sides, and examine your breasts carefully exam?
Medical finally
for any changes in size and shape. Look for ony puckering A Minnesota State Medical and medical controversy dissatisfactionwith f I I ll a INrrLtk tisa

or dimpling of the skin and for any discharge or Association cancer committee methods-are s.w NR
change in the nipples. has said it should include: (1)) dicine's existing traditional me-of MIN/T MA11tSTt V
ear, nose and throat examination ways
d hurrying improvements.They KPTDRIVEWN t I
; (2) palpation (touch) and

'.2 Raise both your arms over your head and look for inspection of skin, abdomen, should discourage no G
woman from seeking prompt
exactly the same things. See if there's been any change neck, breasts, genitals and medical SHOPPINGOPEN T
since you last examined your breasts. lumph node regions; (3) chest treatment or following

X-ray; (4)) blood tests, gastric advice. 7 to 11 EVERYDAY!
Y J
Y I Johns Hopkins' Dr. Lewison
analysis (patients with little or '
himself emphasizes this. The NEW LOW PRICES
no stomach acid are more like- ,
ly to be cancer prospects) and need for impovement aside,

stool examination; (5)) stomach he says, "The many thousandsof t

';r-. f' and intestinal X-rays when in- patients who are alive and PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR I

: : .i ; .'t:}, i't dicated by other results. I I well today-cured of breast cancer GAINESVILLE STORES
to the
-are living testimony
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f STOCK Late MorningN. ALACHUA GENERAL ed to Gainesville Police duringthe 1 I
Fla. WarnedOf
I II" : FLASHESNew April 10, 196t last 24 hours: ,I' '.
MARKET Y. BIRTHS John Wilson Hardison, 1705 Nature Cratts Club At the oys' Club.Hockey .

I t. Stress Listing Mr. & Mrs. Alfred C. Ford, NW 6th St, and Kaliope Sirmo-last meeting of the Nature The Boys' Club
The Paso Natural Gas, H at 20 in Crafts Club, each member Hockey program starts April 14
York (AP) up AUisChal Int 33% 1922 NW 34th Ave., a _boy; Mr. poulus, 536 NW 31st Ave., the
lBs Pap
stock market was slightly higher on 1,100 shares; General Electric AmAir 50Jones.&L 77% and Mrs. James E. Finch, 2721 1 1300 block of NW 6th Avenue at planted several radishes in a with boys reporting to be assigned -

On in moderately active tradingat up *i at 86% on 1,200 Am Brk 53 Kais Al 39% NE 11th St., a girl; Mr. & Mrs. 10:06 pjn. Saturday. window box. Just three days to teams at the following

IndustryORLANDO the opening today. shares; and Ford, up tt at 55% AmBdPar 37V4 Ken'cott 81%I James R. Hammond, city, a' Lorin Herman Hill 113 NE later, the radishes began to times:
Gains of most key stocks on 2,000. boy. 18th St., and Emmett Wayne break the surface. For manyof Cadets ((7 and 8)) 4:00
(AP) A scholarof were smalL AmCan 43V Lig & My 81 ADMITTED Gilland 2325 NE 3rd Place, at' the boys, it was the first time Midgets ((9 and 10)1:30)
,
Standard Oil (New Jersey) 62% Loch'd 35%
AmCyan Juniors
economic (11.13)) 5:00
development warn- stocks includ e d: and they bad seen something grow
Opening Marie Ethel Barber Wynell J. E. University Avenue 14th
ed Florida developers today rose V to 85% on 4,000 shares. AT&T 138 Lorillard 49% that had A nature League play starts April 15. Applications -
Eastern Air Lines, 3 at 42V they planted.
up Hammond[ all of _Gainesville; Street at'7:12 pjn. Saturday.
1% to 172% 40%
Polaroid advanced AmTob 35% Mag'vox be ,
obtained
against going overboard in their may at
shares American Tele- crafts garden was on displaythe
on 5,000 ; I Helen[ Elizabeth Graham, Fort Marcie Skinner Route one,
120
drive for new industry.Dr. on 1,400 shares.Unchanged Ampx Cp 17% MplsHon week at Woolworth's.The the Boys' Club.
at 137% past
unchanged on
and dr
phone, Anaconda 44% MM&M 65% White; Mrs. Fannie Mae Rig- box 31G, and a hit run v. Roller
John Sly of Princeton 4,000; and Electrical & Musical were Boeing, U.S. Armour 52 Mohasco 14 gins[ Lake Butler; Mable Crawford -!er on the.Waldo Road near the dub meets each Thursday is Skating Roller skat-
Industries,off Vs at 7% on 4,100. Steel and Pennsylvania Rail- Archer. airport entrance at 7 p.m. Satur at 4:30 and is open to all Boys'Club ing becoming popular now
University, an authority on road. ACL 71% Monst'to 73 isB&.O members. that basketball is over. Boys
Sears, Roebuck gained % I
economy and governmental % to 42% Mont Wd 37% DISMISSED day. Clinics Attendance may skate on Monday and
Airlines Baseball
at 106% on 2,700 shares. American rose I ,
problems, opened an industry Beth Stl 37% Nat Dair 71% Marjorie Harris, Mary Grace Fire CallsAt7:45p.m.yeSterday Thursday at 4 and Satur-
United Aircraft opened on 50% on 5,300 shares, Radio Corp. is mounting fast at the weekly p.m.
development conference with a 27% Wright, Willam D. Blank, Margaret -
35% Boeing 45* Nat Dist 'baseball clinics. The Cadets (d day at 10:30 ajn.
shares, off U at 48. was unchanged at on 4,000.
4,000
warning that! "no one wants to Borden 72% N.Am Av 52% ; Jamleson and d a u g bIer, a Learn to Swim Look for
at 18 On the Associated and 8)) meet Thursday's at 4:00( information -
Rand V
Friday
on
Sperry up from bar-
Hawk Ann Stefanel- on sparks a
Orlando
turn St. Petersburg or Brunswk 10% Penney 51% Mary Judy complaint
meet soon about the
of 60 stocks
Press rose and the Juniors (11-13)
Tallahassee into another Newark 3,000 shares. ayerage Cater Tr 61% Pa RR 32% U l and daughter, B i r daM a e I becue.At Gainesville Sun

a Jersey City or Trenton." Other blocks included-- : El- 1.0 to_303.9. I Celanese 71 Pep Cola 52 Witherspoon and daughter, Audrey -! 2:20 p.m. yesterday, a fire each Boys'Saturday Club members at 10 o'clock.are invited All Gainesville, Learn- Boys'to Swim Club program of- I

81% [ Lee Nattiel and son, Myr-' hydrant open near Thomas Hallat
Chrysler 48% Phil Mor coming in June.Advertisement.
The which attracted to attend these clinics and get
conference -
Ue Cox Helen L. Ella the University of Florida.
Phil Pet 52% Corbin -
RocaCola 127%
some 75 Florida business and Dirksen the jump on the baseball sea ( )
Holding Mae Eduardo Martinez At 2:10 yesterday, a
Com Ed 48! RCA 36 I Sumpter, p.m. WHO ARE CHINA'S BEST
Club
Buddy
The
industrial leaders to the son. Boys'
opening
fire in the 1200 block of
Gerline Hudson and :
Stl 45V4 son, grass CUSTOMERS
Con Edis 85% Rep Baseball sponsoredby ?
session, was sponsored jointlyby Rose Vera Pinner.ACCIDENT SE 11th Avenue.At program
Cont Can 46% Revlon 37% The nations that do
: the most
the Gainesville
the Florida Council of 100, Jaycees
: trash
12:16 yesterday,
the Florida CommissIon Dow Che 72V4 Rey Tob 47% : p.m. officially begins May 16. I business with Red China are
Development -
Fight Key fire in bin at the Gaines- .
Rights P 35% ROUNDUP on a
and the Florida Indus- duPont 261 St Reg ville Center. Indian Clubs-After two weeksof Hong Kong, Canada, Australia,
Involved in accidents Shopping
trial Development Council.Dr. EAL 41% Seaboard 47% report- inactivity because of the Pan Singapore and Malaya, Great

In the opinion of some experts E. Kodak 127% Sears 106% cake and Adventure Day Britain and Japan, in that or-
Day
after listing Florida'seconomic @ Ntnt lurk tbbnt % Sinclair 45%
Sly, Firestone 39
Is
these two changes would 'Tom Jones' Expected the Apache and Seminole Indian der.Looking
LEWIS
said By ANTHONY 71%
advantages
effectively make title 7 a voluntary Fla Pw 46% Socony I Clubs will resume their for more customersfor
"There is a question however, WASHINGTON -=- The courseof Fla P&L 72% SouthnC 54% : your business? Place your
affair, without the forceof The Apaches meet
of how much industrializationyou the Senate civil rights debate meaningful law. Some said it Ford 55% SperryR 18 To Top the Oscar RaceBy each programs.; Saturday at 2 p.m. and offer where customers are look

want. Sixteen per cent, of II this week waits on Everett McKinley would be more candid to kill the Frmst Da 10% St Brand 76% the Seminoles meet each Saturday -ing for you. .Gainesville Sun
nonagricultural employment is Dirksen of Illinois, the title Frept Sul 38% StO NJ 85% Classified Ad section. To be ,
entirely. JAMES BACONAP Richard Harris, the brutish football at 3 p.m. .
now in manufacturing. Would Republican leader. 'Frueh Ti30 Studebak 8% sure your offer is before 17,000
Movie-Television Writer player of "This SportingLife 'Junior Sheriffs Club Members
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you like to see it 25, 30, 40, or Gen Dyn 29% Swift 46% Gainesville Sun readers, justdial
Senator Dirksen has said he Harrison-the
HOLLYWOOD (AP-It's Os- ; Rex one of the Junior Sheriff's Club
50 per cent? Secret Rail Gen El 86V4 Texaco 743. 372-5441 for
t will disclose on Tuesday or 17% car night tonight and the bril- who acted while Marc (Richard are ,to be congratulated for the an experienced
Gen Fds 88% Thikol I account
"And while the Florida Coun- Wednesday his considered posi- Carbid 129 liant movie "Tom' Jones" is expected -Burton) Anthony and Cleopatra fine job they did in parking cars representative.
Gen Mills 38% U
cil of 100 is steadily pushing this tion on title 7 of the Housepassed 48 to avenge the Boston Tea I(Liz Taylor) wooed-and Paul and handling the traffic on Pan-
Talks AI'eResumed Gen Mtrs 82 Unit Airc
ratio up, would it be wise to legislation. This title would Goodrich 58% Un Fruit 22V Party'for Great Britain.It Newman of "Hud." cake Day. Ed McClellan, Club WATCH FORSWARMING
have another of outlaw employment discrimina. I Patricia Neal of "Hud" is the
Florida Council Greyhnd 57% US Steel 57% will be very British at nearby advisor, said that all members
100 equally dedicated to the development -tion by unions or companies in Gulf Oil 54% Univ Mat 12T Santa Monica Civic Auditorium -!favorite among- toP actresses, took an active part in parkingcars. '
and of interstate commerce. but Hollywood likes voting on This of their I
preservation Int Harv 71% WestgEl 34% with or without the bawdy was part
Florida's great natural and so- The D irk s en position could Int Nick 76% Woolwth 82% farce which most movie people past performances. regular training in law enforcement
cial values which in of all WASHINGTON (AP-In virtual That makes Shirley MacLain and The
spite well decide the fate of Title 7. call the best movie since "Citi organization.
of the impressive economic indices In fact, the outlook for the whole secrecy, rail management I zen Kane." (Irma La Douce) and Natalie club meets each Wednesday at

I is what really brings people -bill may be significantly affected and, labor representatives resume Sportsmen "Tom Jones" won 10 Arcademy Wood (Love With a Proper 7:30.

here." by the maneuvering over the issue-by-issue bargaining I Award nominations and is Stranger) potent contenders. Story ,Hour Story hour will
fair section.Of today a stone's throw from the Anyone among the actresses not to be held '8 because
employment April -
expected to win a goodly share.
Dr. Sly said Florida's beaches,
White House, knowing that fail-
Meet could win without causing an !
,swimming, fishing and scenery all the titles in the bill, this' Today Most experts call it a cinch for of exams and holidays
ure to agree by April 25 could upset. Leslie Caron (The L-
I at the University, but will resume -
"are has the most in the best picture and best directorfor
your big selling points. opposition '
touch off
a coast-to-coast strike. Shaped Room) and Rachel Rob-
Senate. A majority of the Senate's The April meeting of the Ala : Tony Richardson.Also April 25.
The negotiators are working erts This Sporting Life)
( are
Scouts Lee
Boy Roby was
would chua County Sportsmen's Association -
33 Republicans justas odds-on favorite to win '
Baker Case it out of the under a temporary truce effected will be held tonight at other nominees. recently presented a cup as the
soon see legislation best actor is Albert Finney, who
and border by President Johnson and Buchholz Junior High School Competition for "Tom Jonesas Most Outstanding Scout for the OR BETTER STILL .
entirely, some played the title role of the Hen-
under the guidance of a presi i best picture is "How the six months in the
and western Democrats agree. auditorium. A program of two Fielding classic. He will past Boy LET .
'Muzzling'C5 Thus the inclusion of the titleas dentially arranged five-man color films on hunting In Florida -I lave ry potent competition from I West 'was Won," '"Lilies of the Scout Troop 80 which meets at..

it s t a nds could well jeopardize -,team' of special mediators. The will start at 8. I Sidney Poitier, the great Negro Field, "America" America," the Boys' Club each Thursdayat Florida
sessions began at the White and Cleopatra. 7:30. Scoutmaster, Harry I II Pest I II
the possibility of obtainingthe The program will be followedby actor of "Lilies of the Field." 1
Try ClaimedWASHINGTON two thirds voteto House and have moved across a short business sessIon, ABC-TV will broadcast the Parkhurst, and Assistant Scoutmaster -
necessary '
; Others for best actor area show starting at 10 EST. Jim Shields cited Lee
close debate on the entire the street to the Executive Office with discussion on progress: of up p.m. ,

(AP-Don B. Building so the President the Payne's Prairie project and I I I I for his work, dependability, and IContrailCheck I I

Reynolds, a local insuranceman billA leading southern opponent, can pop in and otherwise make, on conservation, hunting and< ""K leadership. _

who injected President Sen. John Stennis, D Miss., the two sides aware of his in- fishing issues to be consideredin Woodshop Bill Goeller, Boys'

Johnson's name into the Senate said in a radio interview Sunday terest. the May 5 elections.Lee Oscar Nominee Takes Club woodshop instructor, is Your Home

investigation of Bobby Baker, that as long,as the employmenttitle Pankratz, president of the busy setting up work schedules '. ." ,'h'U H h
claims a Johnson aide tried to was in, '"they do not have By arrangement, White House ACSA, said tickets will go on for boys who plan to enter the i j I,.'-:;. ,

$ quiet him and Baker advised the votes to impose cloture on us press secretary George Reedyis sale tonight for the chicken bar- Dim View of Proceedingssand Gainesville Jaycees Derby, ,, ,

him to go into hiding. and pass that bilL" the sole source of information becue dinner to be held on Sa July 11. The event will be for ,. ,

about the bargaining and except Price for the dinner ;is I boys 11-15 as of August 1 1964 ___ _
Senator Stennis went on to urday. ,
By BOB THOMASAP pounds but the donors reneged ...
Reynolds said these alleged for word that issue-by-is dollar for adults and and will be fur- -
hint that the southerners might I'one fifty Movie-Television Writer arguing that the govern- Sponsors costs
muzzling attempts weremade an amendment to sue bargaining was under way cents for children under thir nished by the Jaycees. Entry
even oppose ment said it'would be bad for
when he began cooperating with !and that both sides were show- HOLLYWOOD AP As blanks be obtained FREEI
delete the title, on the ground teen. I ( ) a the balance of payments. may at the
Sen. John J. Williams, R-Del., that such a change would make I lug "a sincere desire to settle"he The dinner is open to the pub- nominee for the best supporting "That didn't make sense, be-

whose own probe of Baker the bill as a whole easier to has been reluctant to passon lic as well as members, but actress award, Dame Edith cause I would have spent it in INCOME TAX TAKE CHANCES?

touched off the inquiry by the pass. He said they would haveto details.It members who attend will be eli Evans will attend the Academy England," she said. I PHONE FR
Senate Rules Committee. John- gible for door prizes to be given Awards tonight. But she takesa GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS
consider the proposition of would be an "utmost exercise I She added another incident:
son then was vice president. voting to remove what was in futility" to try to pre away. Tickets may be ordered dim view of the whole affair. "Some stranger came up excitedly -
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Reynolds' story as given by: "really our best chance to defeat -dict an outcome, Reedy said by calling 372-1426, or by attending -' "Why, they didn't even ask in the street and saidI

him on the interview program' it." Sunday. He did venture the tonight's meeting of the As- me if I wanted to be nominated had just won an acting award.I 1328 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924

"From the People," taped for Last week Senator Dirksen put view that the mediators obviously -sociation. The public is invited ," she said. "If they had, I Not only did I not receive it;

broadcast by Radio Press International to a Republican meeting some! must have felt some optimism to attend this meeting. would have said no." it was never again given to any-

I : drastic amendments to title 7. when they decided 1 to Her statement is reminiscentof one." FOR

The two most important would bring the' opposing parties into Smokey Say: iceBCYI George C. Scott's last year, Dame Edith was named for I W. "Tiny"

"When it (cooperating with require the new federal,commission -the same conference room. 45 when he asked to be removed her role as the peppery aunt in
Williams) first started I received to defer to any state f a i-r ;; REALLY from the list of supporting actor "Tom Jones," along with fellow .J"l
The mediators had been shuttling tWA ;
a call from Mr. George employment agency and would other''I I nominees because the whole players Diane Cilento and Joyce TALBOTr.
from side to the ..
Reedy (now White House press make individuals rather than one ( .WIIYOO thing was "so commerciaL" It Redman.A i' .
secretary) and he contacted me the commission sue over any before bringing the rail execu- -% ,, PEOPZ.ESTU2 isn't that at all with Dame vigorous 75, she has long r. ''

in my downtown office in Washington discrimination it could not end tives and brotherhood chiefs uRNTha Edith."I been one of the great ladies of;I fi';IL.t'i; 4 ,

and informed me that he by mediation. face to face Sunday afternoon WOODS? simply don't like' the idea the English theater and she :r., OF PUBLIC

had had the president (sic) in I --- The session continued into the, of competing for something or bears her honors with dignity.She .Ii t.INSTRUCTION
I
contact with him and that possibly -! Hussein Visit night. Ir other," she said. "Acting is nota was named dame of the & "w
it would be better for This last-ditch round of nego- "
me competition, like a foot race. British Empire in 1946 by Alachua County
to refrain from making any I UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. tiation apparently is the only I It's possible that she has also George VI.Open. -- EXPERIENCED CAPABLE
statements at all. That he would (AP) King Hussein of Jordan possible source of solution to soured on acting awards be-

release all information pertaining will call on Secretary-General the tangled work rules dispute. cause of past experience. She One Promrse Positive and Aggressive Leadership

to the insurance on the previously -U Thant April 17 and be his Johnson has exhausted all pres-i I : told of winning a prize in a House Businesslike With A Smile

Sen. Johnson." at a diplomats' luncheon. idential actions provided by existing tL. PULL LEVEL 24-A
guest :* newspaper contest for the best At Club
Hussein will visit the United and Congress a .3.M-77 V Boys'
As for Baker, Reynolds quot- legislation i acting of the year in her first (Advertisement)
States at the invitation of Pres- is reluctant to get entangled in' movie, "The Queen of Spades."
ed the onetime
Senate page boy Carelessness! Howard Weems, Boys' Club
who became secretary to the ident Johnson. the subject again. I' She was supposed to get a thou- president has extended an invi- Asthma Formula Prescribed

Senate Democrats and built a tation to the entire city to see

business fortune before resigning i'lo \. y'h., .":. .' -" 'the Boys' Club in action Tues Most By DoctorsAvailableNow

_ as warning under ,a him cloud: "You last October get out More About :S6: < ,tlie'" : ; From Page 1 :I day Volunteer beginning and 7 p.m.regular staff Without Prescription

to @ap1nu.
of town and stay out of town I Ir. will have all program in opera- Stops Attacks in Minutes Relief Lasts for Hours I

for a couple of weeks. He'll 'i y tion. Staff members will be in- .....
ill Nw Y.tk.N.Y.(S .eUl) The asthma -Ia tiny tablets called Prun t

of(Williams us into) get jaiL"The you and the rest > ....':, '( \ .. ;j-:' ,. t.-\ : ,-- plained.The troduced. and their duties ex other formula by prescribed doctors for more their than private any bronchial These Priraatene tubes loosen Tablets congestion open

patients ic now amiable to asthma relieve taut nervous tension. All
White House declined who feel a strong bond to one Many experts in the field of bad obligingly signed her as trich-like attitude because they open house festivities will sufferers without prescription. without painful injections.

comment on the Reynolds interview -I another, who are going steadybut social behavior feel that college being in her 'room on campus are afraid to stir up a scandal," I conclude the special Boys' Club stops Medical asthma tests attacks proved in this minutes formula and The secret Prinutene combine.

and efforts to reach Baker may fall out of love and in administrators, for all defensive -!every Light We heard similar says Judge Jennie Loitman Barren -Week Program. gives hours of freedom from recur-. 3 medicines) found(in most full preacl'lptlonstrength effective in

were unsuccessful. I with someone else next year statements, are not doing stories at several Midwestern of the Massachusetts Superior -I' rence of formula painful is asthma so effective spasms.This thatIt combination for asthma distress.

Thus, they may find themselves nearly enough to stem the I and California institutions. Court. "Just lately, I Campus Cutup is the physician's leading asthma. Each So look performs forward a spe4al to sleep purpose at night

: in several love-and-sex matches tide of, sex on campus. They At Harvard recently, Dean have seen an appalling numberof directed prescription that-so now cafe it can when be t sold ed as- and freed \ from asthma spasms.
Library Week before graduation point out that they have be- John U. Monro said that visits superior girls in trouble. I LOS ANGELES (AP-Spring-. without prescription in most states Get Pnmatene at any dzgstore.MJONLEY .

A student leader at a famouswomen's come increasingly liberal about by co-eds and other wpmen to These are not the skid-row girlsof I time exuberance pops up in curious

Being MarkedAt college told us she had permitting the visiting of boys men's dormitories have become"a former times, but the creamof ways among youthful
in each other's dormi- members of the species Homo
sampled undergraduate opinion and girls license to use the college the crop girls from comfortable

Williston about premarital sex and came i tories and apartments some- rooms for wild parties and sexual -! backgrounds, girls sapiens. Here's the latest.
up with these results: times with distressing results. intercourse." He warned whom colleges have carefully Amid grunts, groans and
They also insist that the rules selected for admission." gasps for air, the Phi Kappa !
WILLISTON Library that imminent
National Ninety-two percent of those I a crackdown was
Theta at
of social restraint which are fraternity Loyola Uni-
Week is being observed questioned approved of sex relations because of the indiscretions: of Judge Barron says these coeds claimed record
particularly to girl students versity a Sunday
applied
the Williston are getting into trouble because ,
by Public Library. for engaged couples, or and encompass such the "few" who abused room by stuffing 32 of their leanest ,
at least wouldn't disapprove. privileges.At their colleges give them i members into a standard-size Just ten us how much Caslt 24 -i;;. 24
During National Library said things as night curfews, sign- more freedom than is good for you need to pay old! v.. t Usetb& Yes oatkJy :
Week, which began yesterday, Sixty-five percent if the they approved -outs etc. are so widely the University of Mary- them and because the men's' auto sedan. II bills, for home improvements Rece_ ...ots !!!. ts
of felt
Mrs. Robert Philpot, the librarian sex couple breached at certain colleges land, Dean Helen E. Clark announced colleges are tolerating behavior car re $185.00 $11.00 $428,00_ t
in love but didn't
is inviting local families to I they were they night just as well be discarded that she was going to which is "immoral" and I CHIMNEY : seasonal pairs for all your 269.00 16.00 53700_ .
wind and wife. expenses.
Eight
come into the library at the city I up as said man that in toto. tighten controls on overnight does great damage to the male! CORNERS I Phone for prompt 338.00 20.00 600... .

hall and see the best in preschool -!percent college girls Girl students in many cases absences by coeds because of students' female partners. ty BeuettWALKER ; courteous service. Fn-.ats liclude itsrit aid pdIGi.J. ::
should have freedom to do
books, story books for any-I blithely sign that they are going the "number of cases of student I ;
thing they pleased without adult weekend'when apartments, TOMORROW: Abortion AWL PftMM LOANS UP TO $600 j
beginning readers and books of home for the in partying in town U NW m FR s.442I I "
Interest to older children and con '01s. fact they are heading for a boy considerable imbibing of alcohol "often the "way our for college "Furniture Ta Lvi flaYs wmr-A Joy

their parents.Mrs. A survey of the senior class of! friend's off
Phflpot urges each member -Columbia University, prepared, girls also have their classmates havior." LUNCH ..... 65c "I )
of a family to register to by the college yearbook, disclosed -' collaborate in doctoring! Unlike Harvard and Mary- One Full Pound r..i'- DINNER .... 85cwaALFORD'S HP I II ,

borrow library books. that 83 percent of those, night stay-out records. I land, however, officials at other;,I KC Sirloin ( jJ <) FINANCE SERVICE, INC. :J. I !

Library hours are 2:30 to 5:30: polled were in favor of pre One girl at a New England colleges tend to keep patterns I.I : of Gainesville ; Ji
p.m. Monday through Friday marital sexual relations. Only college told us that she had of misconduct hidden from pub-II' I kTowERHousE I Ii

and:9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on 13 percent were opposed and 4 lived with a boy friend for an lie scrutiny. I_ Steak- $195 W, 210 I. UNIVERSITY i 204 S, E. First Street .. .. .. ... .. JR 6-4661//

Saturdays.- -_...- '- .' ai."----,_percent.:; ;v were 7< v"0 undecided.'>< entire year while her friends -"These. officials.. ", ",- -have, an os-- S j I I



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>1 DEAR ABBY ; ;, HAYEASCiEICE KIND OP PROJECT THAT wa BeIUL PtaS AN;?BV65 AKD BAJTKIE5 j51T! !'
.{.1I FAiR ATSckOOL... 50 ORl6IWU.AHD 50 DIFF RENT AND MICE! ANDSSDS AND{ AIL Of

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Ytlop.. Alky. answers all autLDEAR r..'. _
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C ,., BE PROUD TO B IUDRWBY -ORTVJO-AND WE CAN ATOURAGE /WELL BEMARWED OF ODUItSgDEAR,rI. .,

I READERS: A few weeks ago the following letter instead of stopping to care for the dog be hit In the road. WhenI ,MRS.PUMPW6TONAGA1N1NA DISCUSS TENTATIVE WE CANT BE I ft f-

appeared In my column: was young (and pretty stupid). I struck a dog on the high- DRAGTA1L f! MONTH-- WEDDING DATES/' TENTATIVEABOUT NONE-\C. t

"Dear Abby: way. I stopped and tried to get the injured animal into my car ANYTHING!! :t

I "Today, while I was on a school bus, the driver hit a dog. so I could take him to the vet's. He was slightly mad and, in .

All of us kids told him about it and he just said. 'I am aware his,frenzy, bit me, badly on the face. I had to have 16 stitchesin q + ,

of.that.: He didn't even stop to see if the dog was dead or not. my cheek. That was 23 years ago and I still carry a very oa s

None of us kids could do a thing. ugly scar. Smart people don't. go near injured animals. They t a / .

LOVES DOGS IN KOKOMO IND." report them to the proper authorities at the first opportune z t o.c R.f tt .

I replied: moment =

"DEAR LOVES DOGS: LEARNED A LESSON IN KENT, 0. < I .
"The bus driver should have stopped and done what he 7 v

could for the poor animal Had the driver been alone the .

crime would not have been less but to have set such a poor yr can:
DEAR ABBY If that bus driver ,
: in Kokomo had stopped to
example for the school children is inexcusable." .....
Investigate the injured dog can you imagine what could have
J
Hundreds of
letters in. Here few
poured are a :
happened some of the school children followed him
out of
DEAR ABBY Are you nuts or something? A school bus the bus to also PORE PAW'! CIT IN BED AM OH.BLESS THEY JEST KNOCKED t
Investigate ? Perhaps the bus driver
I driver is prohibited by law from stopping his bus and gettingoff have been responsible for a couple of dead children. would BLESS THEM HE'S FLIPPED I'LL RUM FETCH TEIR STILL- MY BIGGEST :'.
to leave his bus unattended. That bus driver was only NEWN1TED STATESRBENOOERS'J HIS GIZZARD TH' DOC -; CHOPPIN'BONES COM-PETiY 70RE '

doing his job, and I think you owe him an apology. MOTHER OF SIX r !:! OUT OF BI7NESSU:

" BUS DRIVER IN MASON CITY IA. .
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DEAR ABBY: I love dogs, but if one gets in my way whenI DEAR ABBY: Although the bus driver did the right thing

am driving, it's his funeral. My brother once put his brakeson in not stopping I think he could have said more than, "I am

suddenly to avoid hitting a dog on a highway and he bang aware'of that" when the children told.him he had ,hit a dog.

ed his mouth on the steering wheel, breaking off four healthy Had he explained that he could not stop but would report the r

front teeth. He came very close to involving two other cars accident as soon as he got the children to their destination r IS
in what could have been a serious accident. he would have put the children at ease and not have given :

BURT F. IN SAN FRANCISCO them the impression that he didn't care whether he had killeda s

dog or not.

DEAR ABBY: That bus driver was smart to go right on COMPASSIONATE IN OWENSBORO, KY. ri) .

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Washington ment In action. Friends from One friend stopped in to see us dark and all the lights were MDO
with all the have been the other DID CUR LITTLE WE HAVE AND AS STWC AND MINNIE 7&OD YOU7111NK .
tourists turned out.
is jam-packed over country day completely exhausted Timmy my young rAND OF CON ORDERS... CROSS THE BORDER IM THE, OPPOSITE TWAT-WAS THE ?
these days. Everyone has decided -descending on us with their off- and somewhat discour est one, started to scream that j.jj VERTS MEET 140 TAUc 7 01ZECTION,SHE TURNS Otf TUB essr HAMS rD ., ;

that the thing to do is to spring, and everyone swears it aged. we were going to be mugged, MRS.ea lNS nERo THE aDRiN5 MYABSENCE? Mtfsaf TAPS RED RECORDS OOVEKNMCNT AS DEMANDS WHICH HOLDS PTTHB fN6LISH OIYG THE PRINCE NEW .,l r tz i

bring their children to Washington has been a worthwhile exper "How's it going?" we asked so we all went back to the ho- 4 i I' Togr>!Rot* Hilt CHILD HOS7A66... 4bl y

and show them their govern- ience. Well, almost everyone. the father of two boys- aged- 12 tel." O 'JOURNEY 1Ut0J,10H t MWNSAWy! Y AT YOUR ne

and 7."Great. "What have they seen .In I THE THICK; -U- X A$& YOU I SERVICE
ttAB GAS PACK JUN&.S SOMETHING? DUCKY!
that jwx
Washington they liked?
just he .
PI.I' great, re SACK TD M _
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W ELEGAnT plied. "Howard Johnson's the Hot .-It J Wiz MISS'CKl T3r
CAROL APLo M tS R sTUf e
"The kids like Washington?" Jhoppe, and Blackie's House of 'i
ACROSS. KIT. t. A R L. U P k I
Beef. They won't eat a thing .
1.Cognate 27.Twofold APT L V "They love it" !
_NEAR $ '
5.Trench 28.Devilry HEAD M I N Eo Eo E- "What do they like best aboutit when they're at home but take c s: t rt .I '
8. Proverb 3D.) Alder tree them to a restaurant where the
"
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Separation Scot. prices are a la carte and they'llorder ;
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center 31.Opened EeL The television set In their everything on the menu." 1
Windpipe 1t61 APE R. A N A hotel room. I drove 500 milesso I .
32 Ship ASP I C "Did you take them to the rn
14. Nine or CO" E R T they could and watch
stay _
channel up '* _
eleven USE. R A Hill U e N T Supreme Court?
15.Netlile 34.Cleanse T ERN I HOT. S E. A 'Breaking Point The first "Yes, but they weren't Im-' ARE SGZ, Aitt= CO ANPSA2S6 >
: morning after arrived I
: 38.Lay away we I I ISft sv
16 Hobgoblins pressed. They didn't see any defendants ROLL CALL V&LBBWBWU. THEM
(Solution to Sunday's Puzzle) went into their room to get 4:3G Aber ,xn' GONSTOMA8O4 t I SAIPTWATWOOPKOO
40.Pinafore being brought in with THIS TIME,OR RIPS
18. Stowecau-- them up for breakfast and theywouldn't MAZCHZOVJLES ID Q
41. Sandy .Scattered handcuffs, so they wouldn't believe -
acter DOWN get There was an BIVOUAC, CLN TKE
42. up.
19. City in 1.Branches 6. War god it was a court What is a OBSTACLE OOKS5 =
Today old Boris Karloff movie at f :
Kansas 7. Exactly on trial without Perry Mason?" TWEN ASACK .
20. Possessive learning TSTOCKADE. ,
43. midnight and
Light Intensity had stayedup
suitable they
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adjective 2.Retain seem pretty worn out < .
22.Abashed uiit 3.Old Irish 8.orG.B. to watch it We finally got "I don't know why I shouldbe.

26. nr1t1sh1.. Evil garment4.NoC Shaw them organized by 11. o'clock.I .
Any 40-year-old man can
45.Slam in fact 9.Soda-water was determined to take them 5
prison coins ;
walk
the
maker to top of the Washington
up to the Senate to let' them ,
LO.Route Monument' .. .
r z s f 1 / a 9 Io see how our laws were enacted.We .
: : "l"h 13.Business "Why didn't' you take the elevator 4
house Fr. waited in line two hours to f i P
I r 'I IZ. IJ get into the When ? '
17.Male cat gallery. we .Y
"Andrew's teacher told him _
I 21.Foxy finally[ in there two
14 IT got were to walk up. She said he would
22.Mountain
Senators at their desks reading ==
-- appreciate it more.
Alaska -
( 16 tl rb h 23.Appendectomy newspapers and one Senator on "How much do you think the
the floor Australianmeat MEAJttBLERntE55EP: BY HER PN36HTER5E5CAPE.SOMA
I f // IS '/ /; '/ l.(1 11 attacking trip cost you?" '- \ lET-IJ E SEE YES f 3 AbCCf > PHONES :UPG PARKER WHO
'//, '//, // im 'M 24.Treasure I ."Well counting the traffic KNOW WHERE)A MILE AWAY.'!s: YOU 6O tag HUgflES MK HCM6.r -

u 23JZ. Z't ZS. /2: 25.box Effaced "So I took them over to the 1 ticket I got for parking in the:i.I i.- HiTOfHIKEP tees 80ULEVAO UHOOLNfx&JCOf BOXES.T SOUTH> 6KAKD.'TL'W ON fiat: >E6HT cuu I POtT Ot EiiSTN.'D Mft'1J5I. 11L Uur. DR.

27 23 19f of House of Representatives where wrong place at the Lincoln I i.l w C7E 4 rl.lD 0J 6PJ111D.. YQIU HAVE lEFT THE f lElEll AND _- _
26.Cenus
there were two men sleeping, Memorial and the souvenirs we l i.i .&ACK t. H05PITAL, r HAD PROMi'i D A5K IP HE3 =-
::7 / ornamentalherbs 1 ] THE OTh + 4 1'I5iT: FER bNH 5OOH HEARD ANif -
three in
3D / men standing a corner -
"/ bought to prove the boys
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// /h 29.Confronted arguing and one Congressmanon in Washington I would say MGM IDAPHC I n2' Y'
/: JJ 3* JS JJ1 + .
/ 33.2,000 ibs. the floor defending the oil around $300." BOOTH o t .

J b 39 / If 94.Orchid depletion allowance. "That's not too bad. Whereare H. AND N!LOOKS ADPRf'3 UP s t a ,

35.genus Tumult "The only thing that impressed the boys now?" OPTTM:7.r t d ,

I 41 .41 36.Money them about the Capitol was They went to see 'The Fall f3 FNJ4NGfc l o, '

j fJ V"//:14f: ,.u. 37.Centuries the cafeteria in the basement""Did of the Roman Empire.* You p

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ttat.2s falls APw/hw ra a.13 39.Weepmac. White House?'* Washington and not let him seea + y 9 A 41 e % 1t r

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Palmer Regains Form oL Overflow Crowd To See




rF Opener at CincinnatiCINCINNATI



I I t (AP-An over-
In Masters
Triumph flow crowd of 32,000 fans was

w- expected to jam Crosley Field
Monday afternoon for the 1964

s National League baseball opener

between the Cincinnati Reds

I Arnie Wins I if and Houston Colts.

Game time was 2:30 p.m.,

Golf EST and the Weather Bureau 8
Classic
Here's Arnie's SuchA
Why said the "scattered heavy show-

ers and thundershowers" predicted -

Fourth TimeBy -- for Monday would be I

Hero U.S. Fans JIM MALONEY over by the time the familiar Monday, April 13, 1964 8
JIM BECKER Big to Jhurls for Reds "play ball" is sounded.

Associated Press Sports Writer ..... Cincinnati traditionally gets to

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP-Not so 3J>m $crk eTtmra Bobby Jones cal gifts. His game is based on inaugurate each new season because -

long there ,power, not finesse. But he does it is the home of the first
ago, was a golf For most professional golfers was a great
Man breeds professional baseball team. The,
have boldness boldness
champion everybody liked. He ; I
won the big tournaments and their sport is a contest of skill hero, but golf fallibility, and fallibility is the a other eight National League:

did impossible things. I -man vs. man and man vs. the, was a rich In Theman's II curse of every Sunday duffer. teams swing into action Tues' Finley Says His

Soon he was rich and famous., elements. It is a livelihood. And game in Every shot is a challenge. As day.

L Then he didn't win any big it; is hard work.. his day and the News I one o b_s e r v er put it, "Palmer Manager Fred Hutchinson

" tournaments or do any impossible public placed plays golf the way most people picked Jim Maloney, 23 game
For Arnold Palmer it is all """""" Porch RemainBy
things for a while, and people him on a pedestal. shoot craps." He never winner last year, to start for to
said he didn't know bow to, these and it is also perPetual Ben Hogan was a great hero plays> safe. He plays dynamic, Cincinnati. Houston Manager

anymore. They said he was too challenge. Palmer met the and wisely respected, but public emotional, exciting unpredictable Harry Craft tabbed Ken Johnson

rich, and besides he couldn't latest challenge by becomingthe respect turned to warmth only golf. He charges down the veteran right-hander and JIM VAN VALKENBURG er, I'm concerned. Yankee dom-

putt like he used to. first four-time winner of the after a near fatal automobile fairway, almost running to make knuckleball specialist, as his Associated Press Sports Writer ination could reach the point of

Even Arnold Palmer heard Masters Tournament, perhaps accident Palmer is a heroto his next shot, and thousands of starter. Johnson, a former Red, KANSAS CITY (AP-"It's" a no return. They win because
all the darling of an era in matter of principle, Charles 0. their hitters learn to take ad.
the stories. the most prestigious in golf. He Walter Mittys rush with him. was 11-17 in 1963.
into Finley says of his short home vantage of the stadium with
has met so challenges so which television has put golf ,
"The question mark 'was as many millions of homes. i Jerry Barber, a leading pro, The only newcomer in the run porch, "to finally bring the cheap homers.
in mind in I well that he has become the once, said, "Palmer goes right to I
big as anybodyelse's
my Cincinnati Yankees in line. The outspoken "Why shouldn't
first universal hero of his How did Palmer become sucha probable startingline there be a
sport and then
when I stepped up to the the throat of a course, will be rookie Kansas City plans another in Yankee
up Chico owner screen Stadium to
Pied ? He doesn't have
and the first to approach mil- Piper "
first fee here," Palmer said, ionaire's status from off-the- Jone's stylish strokes. He ,he shakes it to death. But goorbroke Ruiz. He'll be at third base and move today with the same compensate for the homer distance -

after he won his fourth Masters sidelines. mechani- golf has pitfalls, too. s bat second. of less than the 325 feet in
doesn't have r
Golf Tournament over the Augusta -I course Hogan's Palmer once took a 12 on one goal.Finley made it clear he hasno the rule book? In Boston it's

A National Course Sunday."It hole, and everyone who has had KEN McBRIDE Craft will field and a team of intentions of giving up his ef- only 315 to left, but the wall is

r j was like checking out an trouble breaking 90 felt a little .Angels' starter young players veterans. fort to demonstrate-with ply- 37 feet high, not 51 inches as in

airplane with new spark plugs. GHS Tops Ocala closer to him.Through board fences, paint and temporary the stadium. I

I wasn't sure how they would it all, Palmer has re- Johnson Toss bleachers-what he feels Admits Intent
tained the touch. He to f
function. common are the inequities of New York'sYankee
"Certainly, my porch is
chats with He fl i I
everyone.' e s Stadium.
Led All The against the intent of the rule,
Way Bows his plane from tournamentto Ford Frick commissioner of
to JacksonGainesville one ,
They worked. Palmer shot but what about the Yanks? The
another, and once he detoured 'First Ball' TodayPeter baseball, and Joe Cronin, presi-
rounds of 69, 68, 69 and 70 fir rule says 325 to the pole, not the
hundreds dent of the American
of miles to
276 and achieved the give a League, nearest fence and I'm within t
results, following' High School baseball morrow night at Harris Field stranded serviceman he didn't I ordered Finley in stern words to the rule. I can't operate on intent -

: I' team split two games over against Daytona Beach Main know a ride home to visit an ail- By W. B. RAGSDALE Jr. ahcient ritual, dating back more take down his "pennant porch," ,

He led all the way. the weekend, downing Ocala 7-1 land. ing parent. Associated Press Writer I than a half century. Johnson is a green and yellow near-replica Frick indicated it was a mat.

He had the second lowest totalin on Friday night and losing to John Combs hurled a twohit- Palmer is 34 years old, 5 feet WASHINGTON (AP) President -I the 10th president to honor the of the right field sector in Yan- ter of principle with him, too, as

the 31-year history of the Jacksonville Jackson 6-2 Saturday -ter; in the victory over Ocala.GHS 11 inches and 183 pounds. He Johnson, an old hand at tradition.In kee Stadium, where the foul line he declared, "there's only one

Masters.He I aft ern oon. Both games jumped off to a 2-0 leadin has'a tanned, handsome fa c e making a pitch for votes, makes I keeping with the tradition homer distance is 296 feet. interpretation and I make that.

had the second largest victory -were played on the road. the first inning on singles by with a winning smile. He has a new kind of pitch today-one I the opener in Washington is a, No Hint There's no hearing, no appeal,

margin six strokes. Defending The split left GHS' record at Jim Culpepper, Pete Roberts I the forearms shoulders and opening up the 1964 American day ahead of the rest of the Finley gave no hint of his next no nothing."

champion Jack Nick- 4-7 with a game slated here to- and Ricky Guenther had a sac back of a blacksmith but he League baseball season.A American League. move Sunduy, saying "first I

laus was second at 282, along rifice. tapers to a 32-inch waist. His tall right-hander who describes I want to give Mr. Cronin and

with touring pro Dave Marr. In the third the 'Canes added light brown hair is receding.He himself as "an old first Ken McBride of Los Angeles, Mr. Frick the courtesy of a f fcar

He didn't three putt a green Hawks Crush another on Culpepper's second was a chain smoker until baseman," Johnson has predicted -a right-hander, and Washington phone call which is more than s 1

until the 10th hole of the final hit, second sacrifice bunt by Lee January when he quit smoking he will handle the job left-hander Claude Osteen will they gave me.

round, when the issue had already Warriors Summerlin and a single by Brian entirely. He quit endorsing creditably. take up the pitching chores "I'm trying to be nice and

been decided.He Hipp. GHS added three in cigarettes, too, but he still lends After the ceremonial toss Los where Johnson leaves off. within the rules but I have more Paid AdvertisingDES

won $20,000 in prize the fourth on walks to Steve Leggett his name to sports clothing and Angeles and Washington, a pairof Best known of the new facesin moves in mind, if they can't see

money,. and struck what should Tie SeriesBy and Howard Hamilton and golf equipment, soda pop and tailenders hoping for better the Senators' line-up today the fairness of this."
catsup, laundry service and things, will play the first gameof will be Bill Skowron, former Ed
amount.to a million dollar blow an inside' the park homer by "My manager, Lopat, wasa
for Arnold Palmer Enterprises, MIKE RECHT Combs. The final GHS run in maid service. the season.A New York Yankee first base- great pitcher with the Yankees
Golf is in Palmer"s blood. sellout crowd of 45,000 is man obtained from the Los An- "
which manufacture almost Associated Press Sports Writer the fifth came on an error, walk He Finley said. "I've talkedto !
everything but baby food and and single by Leggett. was born Sept. 10, 1929, in La- expected at D. C. Stadium under geles Dodgers.The others. It's a fact you haveto
AP The St.
ST. LOUIS
( )
caskets. GHS 2-0 lead trobe, Pa., the eldest of four. variably cloudy skies, in mild Angels also will have a pitch differently in Yankee
opened
Louis Hawks did everything a on
children weather with temperatures new first baseman, Joe Adcock Stadium
Jackson in the second but (two boys and two than the other nine
and the San Francisco inning
Non-Smoker right reaching up near 70 degrees. who to Los
girls) and the only golfer in the came Angeles along parks. It's unfair.
Ana be struck the Warriors did everything wrong the Tigers exploded against There is a chance of occasional
biggest with
foursome Mildred J. pitcher Barry Latman in a "The show hasn't changed in
(Deacon)
Sunday night in the National Wayne Rick for four runs in the insurance buy-
blow since showers late in the day. deal that
to smoking sent hitter
cigarette
P a 1 m er, his father, has been power Leon 18 years in the American
Basketball Association fifth and went to win. U famous low rates
they locked Sir Walter Raleigh playoffsand on groundskeeper since 1921 and The presidential pitch Is anIN Wagner to Cleveland. League," he said. "As an own-
up in the Tower of London. the score showed it: The 'Canes' runs came on a head and top service.
I pro since 1933 at the La-
Palmer quit smoking on Jan. St. Louis 123, San Francisco. double by Roberts, singled by trobe Country Club. GREAT BRITAIN Contact roe todayl
Guenther and another
single
by
j 27, and his resultant struggleswere 95.Warriors'i ; I At the age of 3 Palmer got a
Leggett. 117 H.E.
almost as public as the Coach Alex: Han- set of sawed
off clubs. At
7
courtship of Elizabeth Taylor."I i num summed it up: "There's i Three singles, a walk, two errors -he broke 55 for nine holes and, Soccer 16th Are
I isn't much do in and a fielders choice gave Scandal
just can a
had a block about quitting.It game like that"you i Jackson four runs in the fifth. 112 he broke 40. At 14, in his Betting PhoneFRonklin I
seemed to affect my play first high school match, he shota
The added another in
Tigers
around the greens. Now I've The outcome sent the clubs 71. He entered Wake Forest
back to San Francisco to settle the sixth on an error and fielders
licked that, Palmer said. College on a golf scholarship in Looms
Palmer opened play Sunday the Western Division best-of- choice.ers 1947, left for a three year as Major DisasterSHEFFIELD 2-0444 I
choice. The four runs In the
seven final set Thursday. Each
with a five stroke lead over hitch in the Coast Guard, returned -
fifth snapped a string of score
,
team has three victories.
young Australian pro Bruce less for Rick that had in 1954 and quit just England (AP Swan Ralph Turlington
innings ) Sheffield Wednes
i ip
Devlin, and six over Marr. I The winner meets Boston, the short of a degree.In Hotspur. Kay was due to meet
reached 18 in a row. -Police investigations start today day's center half and veteran of f
Division champion
Eastern playoff 1954 he the U. S. with Everton's directors this 1Rtosr3AY
Nicklaus, the big Ohioan who won amateur -
into
Combs will hurl tomorrownight's
a
soccer betting scandal 19 international matches.
in another best-of-seven
two of the four big titles championship. That year, morning. He told newsmen he FARM ?
won that
windup for G H S threatens David Bronco
game a major Layne Wednesday's 1
-
last year just missed a third, series for the NBA title. he also met Winifred (Winnie]) disaster for denies The People's charge in Mussel n.I..MCt l Co IHII1 .. I
Britain's I
against Mainland. national Non
I St. Louis, utilizing quick Walzer high scoring center for 0ffIu.IIO{ .nhI nlWq- -:
had never got started in this a quiet, attractive bru- entirety.
sportSoccer ward.
tournament and was nine hands that stole the ball repeatedly 6.H.S. ab r h Ocala ab r h nette from Bethlehem,, Pa.
and led to fast break Culpepper cf 4 2 2 Wilson si 31 2 authorities launched These three, The People said,
strokes back, after rounds of 71, easy Deas. cf 000 Morrow c 300 Palmer, bold even in those days, their AUTO FINANCE
baskets, stormed by the Warriors Summerlin, rf 2 0 0 McNeaU If 300 three own investigation along- backed Sheffield Wednesday to
73 and 71. Culbreath, rf 0 0 0 Sutton Ib 300 proposed days after meet-
for a 59-33 halftime bulge. side the police probe. Football lose against Ipswich in a first
DIVISION
I Hipp 2b 401 Gibson cf-p 200 ing her. They were married that OF
I 67 For Nicklaus That settled the issue as the Roberts ss. ,421 Moore 2b 200 insiders were saying it seemed division match in December GENERAL FINANCE CORP.

i Young Jack, the main threatto Hawks never let up after the I I Guenther.Paveika Ib T 300 302 Stephens Stevenson.rf. rf 200 100 winter.They have two inevitable that several top players 1962. Kay then still was a mem- Can Refinance

Arnie's throne, ripped off a! intermission. Leggett 3b 211 Hammeh, 3b 200 now daughters will be barred from the ber of the Sheffield side. Your Present Car and/or
I a Hiler 100
If 21
Hamilton. p Peggy, 8, and Amy, 5 anda
final round 67, including a drive Wilt Chamberlain, who Fuller If 000 King p 100 game for life. Wednesday lost. The three Advance Additional Cash

on the 15th hole that must have crushed the Hawks with 50!T Combs.tats",..p.... 2711 31 1 Totals Afisdom,...cf... 2312 000 ranch house overlooking the The storm erupted with an players won heavily, but coulddo Our Special Low Rates
in 121-97 Warriors' victory C.H.S. ................ 2013100-i Latrobe Course. They are and Cut Your
carried 350 yards. I points a -1 article in The People, a Sunday so, The People said, only be- Paymentsby
Ocala .................... 1000000 seldom home. Winnie traveL '
It wasn't enough, of course, Friday, left the scoring to with her husband newspaper with a circulation of cause their bet was coupled with Vi in Most Cases.
G.H.H and
h
ab r Jackson ab r ft acts as
as Pamer stroked steadily to his teammates in the first half I Culpepper cf 3 0 0 Wells. 2b 3 01 his social five million, charging that a big other matches which the betting $65Q up to $5,000
Sunday. Content to off, he Summerlin. rf 2 0 0 Register 3b 300 secretary. Just Call Us At 376-2511
pass had fixed.
his 10.Young. money betting ring had corrupted ring
Turlington rf 1 0 0 Collins p 300 Since turning professional in
who took only eight shots and Hipp 2b>> 301 Tyson c 311 nearly 30 players in its, hunt This coupling with other '*", ___ or Stop In Our Office
1955
Marr, played a .! Roberts ss 21 1 Murphy; If 310 Palmer has won, among ftD: M At 718 N. Main St.at .
notched only eight points by inemission. I
round he called "not very good, 'Guenther, c 21 1 SchleMer cf 31 1 other things, the,United States for large profits. matches was essential because J JOn
Pavelka Ib 300 Epperson. rf 312
but interesting," scratched to EckdaM If 200 Strickland U 2 0 0 Open (1960)), British Open (1961 The People named three players under British rules bets on a S
Chamberlain began taking his Fuller, If 100 Brown, Ib 010
match barred.
three strokes of Palmerat : single are
within and
shots in the second half and finished Leggett, 3b 301 1962)), Masters (1958, 1960,
but he dunked his tee Rick 300 : Tony Kay, Everton and for- Sheffield Wednesday immedi- CLARKE'
10
No.
p ...... 1962 and 1964)) $123,230 in
with a game-high of 34 Totals ...... 24 2 4 Totals 2333 offi- .
shot into the water at the short G.H.S. .................. 0200000- cial tournament in mer Sheffield Wednesday halfback ately suspended Swan and
12th and had to make a 25-foot, points, but it was too late. Jackson ................ 0 0 0 011, -5 year (1963) and more purses than half one I a key man in the England Layne and dropped them from

twisting putt on the last hole to a million dollars in career tour-I international squad.New tonight's match with Tottenham I !THINK QOODYSARS COST MORE
New Torch9 Is No
second.
tie Nicklaus for HelpAs nament earnings. TRY THIS BIG BUY!
The putt was worth $2,000 to< I

Marr, who would have collected MaiorLeagUe
t
Athletics Beat CardsBy STANDINGSFinal
only $8,000 for third if he had Famous NYLON'AllWeather

missed. Top Money
MURRAY CHASS season off to a bumpy start. "d2'with

I Associated Press Sports Writer Of the two home runs hit TUFSYN
TJF FencersBest WinnersAUGUSTA iNS Standings
Owner Charles 0. Finley of Sunday, George Williams' two-
NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUEW.
the Kansas City Athletics should run blow that won the game for W. lPet. .B. L. Pet. C.B. .
have insisted on a money-back the A's went to left-center while Ga. (AP-Money, Los Angeles y 0 43 .' G New York 104 57 :4M cord five this Ib*
*4 41
St. louis .580 lOVt
in Meet *3 guarantee[ when he purchased Johnny Lewis legged out an winners in Sunday's final roundof San Fran. U 74 .543 11 Minnesota 91 70 .545 13 I trenfth hen other i'
the Philadelphia n 75 .537 12 Baltimore M 76 .531 11V* 1 )- tire*. ADd Tuf-
,his Pennant Porch. inside-the-park homer for St Masters Golf Tournament; Cincinnati U 76 .531 U Cleveland 79 13 .481 25V
JACKSONVILLE University Based on a two-day trial, the i Louis. Five of the six hits in the include: Milwaukee (4 71 .51* 15 Detroit "7625.0221 M dos 25V4 the toojjbeat robber
I Chicago 12 U 306 17 Boston .: baa ever used ia
of Florida Fencing Club porch isn't about to win the ,Cardinals' 9-7 victory Saturdaywent Arnold Palmer, $20,000 Pittsburgh 74 U .457 25 Angel n It .451 31W .
Houston 44 ,407 33 Los n n MS 34 *
members dominated the Gateway Athletics any pennants.Two to center. 6U869'lO276Jack New York 51 111 J15 41 Washington 54 106 .344 4V*

Division foil championship more home runs were hit The exhibition championshipswent Nicklaus, $10,000 Filial Exfcibttie Standing National League agral.r JUST
matches Saturday. The event at Kansas City's Municipal Stadium to San Francisco in the i 71-73-71-67-282 NATIONAL LEAUGE I Houston rjohnson 11-17) at dneirautt
W. L PCI. (Maloney %].1) 2:30 pm. 30.000. (Only
was sponsored by the Amateur Sunday as the Athletics National League and Minnesota Dave Marr, $10,000 San Francisco 25 4 .106 game scheduled). f

Fencing League of America. downed St Louis 4-% on the last in the American. The Giants 70-73-69-70-282 Milwaukee Chicago 17 If 4 f47 J3t TOMORROW'S GAMES

Ellen Curtis of the UF Club,day of the exhibition grind. nipped Cleveland 7-6 while the Bruce Devlin, $6,100 St. Louis 17 t .454 Amencaa Laagoa uti ri t5-stars
Pittsburgh 15 1..652 Boston (Monbouquetta 20-16 at New
won in women's foil with i' That made eight homers in Twins downed Detroit 3-1 Sun- 72-72-67-73-284 Cincinnati 15 13 .534 York (Ford "7) 2 P-RW 35.000. r.pies.

Gertrude Garcia, also of the UF] 'all, three by the A's and, five!day. Gary Player, $3,700. I Philadelphia Houston 12 11 13 11 .500 MO: (Peters Baltimore,*.)(2:30 Papal PJIU.14at 2&000. CMcage WktteeM...y t J" Ti.. )

team, second. Irene Lineman :by the Cardinals, in the two- Dodgers Bow 69-72-72-73-286 Los Angeles 14 J91 peters 1M 2:30 p-nv, 2S.COO. ,... I

of Jacksonville Fencing Club game series that inauguratedthe In other games, the Los Angeles Paul Harney, $3,700 York 10 11 .370. (Regal Kansas 15-9)City 1:30(Pena P-nv. 35.000.11-20) at Detroit WITH GOODYEAR'S NATION.WIDENOTIMELIMIT

third and Donna UF and blanked the Los 73-72-71-70-286 AMERICAN LEAGUE Minnesota (Pascual 21at Cleve-
was Wiley, plyboard porch, a green Angels I W L Pet land (Grant t>14) 1:30 p-nx, 20.000.
fourth.In I' yellow fence that cuts the length!Angeles Dodgers W, the Chicago Billy Casper, $3,700 Baltimore Minnesota IS 14 11 0625-SAO (Only games scheduled). GUARANTEENO

men's foil, Timothy Reed, of a home run to right field White Sox: beat Cincinnati -9-69-286 LeI Angeles 11 11 .500 National Leae**
,UF, won with Nicolo Bua n o,' from 338 feet to 296. II 14-10, the Chicago Cubs whipped Jim Ferrier, $3,700 New York 11 12 13 14 ..462.471Chic9o (Koufax St. 213))Gibson night. 11 1.P-nv.,) at 5OOM.Los Angeles I MONEY DOWN WITH RECAPPABLE TRADE-INS

Jacksonville, second; Rick Miss Porch Boston 6-3, Philadelphia edged 13-69-73-286[Washington II 13 ..45 Milwaukee (Spahn 2>7) at San Francisco FREE MOUNTING EASY
I Detroit 10 15 .400 Marichal %5-1) 4 p.m. 4ZOOO. TERMS
Kroop, UF, third; and Jose An of the home runs missed;Baltimore 3-2 and Washington Dow Finsterwald, $1,700 Kansas City 1 17 .320 Chicago( (L Jackson I.") at Pittsburgh !

Hill. Jacksonville, fourth. the porch, which is Finley's lat- rallied for an 8-7 victory over! 71-72-75-69-287 Cleveland Boston 022 22 .247 J90 New(YortTW-Jackson Veale 5-2) 1:35 p.m.W7)29.000.at PMa-}- ,

The epee and sabre events est move to combat what he be- Pittsburgh.Salt I I Tony Lema, $1,700 Standings include only gums betweeftIMJor delpnte (Bennett M might 1-65 p-nv, SHELL

will be held at Norman Hall lieves are the ills and inequities' Lake City of the Pacific 75 &741o287Mike gB'gamksor league teams and league do not teams Include or 77,000.(Only ames scheduled). CLARKE'! i

gym on the University of Florida baseball I Coast League nipped Milwau- Soucbak, $1,700 I Tire Service +
campus April 25. The state Actually, Finley has more kee 6-5, and Richmond of the ? -74-10-237 TODAY'S GAMES Box Scores

championship meet is set at St. moves than a belly dancer. The International League defeatedthe Ben Hogan, $1,700 Los Angeles America(McBride Leagoe 13-12) at Washington Tomorrow S. MAIN ST. AT 4th AYE. PH. FR 6-6563

Petersburg May 23-21 latest has helped get the 1964 New York Yankees 32. 73-74-70-70-287 (Only game(Osteen scheduled.9-14) )1:30 fjn. 45,000. I :




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I, GATORS 'LEAP EASTERN RACE 241 Women on Ortiz sift.fp'

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Enter State Nic'klaus GOLFTHMMM& In Victory

Ole Miss WesternBy

LL Tops Golf EventPORT Over LaneSAN


) :""" ." .. .'" : By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSThey're RIGHT JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP)
tltf.j'. %.,' tl..f.l,>Z' "' '}1. '.' y;, ., 1l1M ST. LUCIE '- At leasta Lightweight champion Carlos
: v ;.": )% J: f I Mississippi, riding high aftera dozen e(NE l.Et't SIDE IS -nfe6W1N"I
golfers be
'" must rated
i :
'. Ortiz fresh off title
MAIN CONiROLLINGA an impressive -
:: _? four-game sweep last week, among the favorites when the FORGE Btit fW:1H-r'H 1DER5 r;

l' t ? W ,r.. .r: remained the only baseball 35th annual state tournament of MAY' PlNP IT EASIER -TO defense against Kenny Lane,
1 ,;. team undefeated in f J ARRIVE AT A CORRECT Is expected to choose his next
< ; SEC play.
l 1 the Florida Women's State Golf POSITIONrHROU&H 9A1.L
; : # i_ !i ip
s ._
ey- within
Association this week INKlNc:* TERMS. OFNU&T challenger a month.
: .: 1# \! The Rebels, leaders of the opens at -- RIGHT 9DE.
: .r ;., Western Division with a 6-0 the Port St. Lucie Hotel & Country ..FOR "'f1..IE: GJ.H' SIDE Bill Daley, manager of the

.. ', ... iff*mark, took a doubleheader from Club. MOVE 0OWN ANP'
fat. ; THROUGH A b -flNE L1" Puerto Rican-born New Yorker,
; t |LSU 4-3 and 3-1 and .defeated There are that many among MOVeS art OF-n-t: WAYFOR'M
., said today that Ortiz is considering
r.; 4 r "" ::4 ;t Alabama twice, 9-5 and 14-2. the 241 entries with handicapsof .>i HIT.HANP '

+ rS >, r pJ .'Mississippi's! over-all record is five or less, including defend- three possible opponents.He .

# 104.( ing c-feam-pion Nancy Roth of has been offered $100,000 to ,

rC \ The Eastern Division pace-set- Hollywood. Miss Roth beat Tam- r defend against featherweight

I t ters, Florida.(6-1) and Kentucky pa teenager Roberta Albers in champion Sugar Ramos in Los

(4-1) did not play SEC the 36 hole finals at Orlando
Yd .', games Angeles and $60,000 to fight
i last week but defending champion last year 6 and 5. A Willy Quatier in Berlin or John-

Auburn was pushing hard Contesntants will qualify either TAYS. 1 1
ny Bizzarro in Pittsburgh.Lane .
to get back into the race. Sunday or Monday on the

![ Auburn took a pair from Georgia rugged Sinners course which l the Muskegon, Mich.,

1 Tech on Friday and Satur- should measure' about 6,500yards left-hander who.had campaigned

: tx x 9 ; day 10-4 and 8-6 to make its for the women. Match for his shot at the crown while
in 11 flights of 16
; play players
WJ J4 % 39y SEC record 6-2.. Ortiz met other
challengers left
W Y 4; each under ,
I j Tulane, the see-saw team of gets way Tuesday. IMAGINE l fGNIIJG:: A60r1eAIL.'l1E
-.x if.'i ; Finals in all flights will be RI&14'1-: for home Sunday after fumblinghis
I the Western Division moved in-
': N..r PASSES CL05t: 1"0
played Friday. second, and possibly last, title .
to second place by defeating VtXlK
oSlDel
for TechGator Among other favorites are OUtWARD TWBNKI&HT I fight.
Alabama
Ready twice 3-2 and 41. The f'
Ann Trainer Barry of Palm 51Dt e MOVE, IN. 5E
Greenies were the early season FOR'fldt5\ POSITION IN GOt 1 "I should have Jumped him. I
Tish Preuss
Beach
baseball coach Dave Fuller, left, chats with slugging first baseman leader but had slipped to fourth Beach; Peggy Brass, Pompa and Gean n o Ita waited too long to get going,"

Tom Shannon as the Florida nine prepares to meet Georgia Tech in Atlanta place after losing twice to Mis- Edwards; Orlando Patti Carl said Lane. "If I had pressed the

Friday and Saturday in a vital SEC baseball series. The UF leads the Eastern sissippi.For and Mrs., Joe Byars; W mr.rfre.epe. fight, he would have run out of
son Tampa;
Division over Kentucky and Auburn. the SEC have-nots, Ala- gas."
: Maureen Crum Plant
City
bama and Georgia Tech, it wasa
!Paulette Lee, Coral Gables; Dorothy Ortiz scornful of the challenger
frustrating week. Tech, the -
Bud Bernermilled Thomas, Winter H a v en; who was forced
Bowler only winless team in_ SEC play Women Swimmers upon
Tampa lost twice last week, while Alabama Fran Emerson, Fort Lauderdaleand him by the World Boxing Association -

took it on the chin four Ellen Gery, Key Biscayne, called Lane "overrated. -

In times. I Mrs. Car I s on, Mrs. Byars, ."

Tops Two EventsEAU In other Saturday games, Ten- Mrs.all quarter Lee and- finalists Miss Crum last year.were Eye AAU Laurels "He ran all night. If he had

AvalancheST. nessee whipped Vanderbilt 10-2() I Mrs. Carlson was the only win- fought, I would have knocked
Louisiana State -
Mississippi "
stopped -
him out said the champion.
GALLIE (AP) Hazel Class C-The Shifts, Patrick State 5 to 2. Kentucky ner, beating Mrs. Lee 3 and 2. I PITTSBURGH (AP-A record There will be more at stake Lane was down for no count in
MORITZ Switzerland
ST.
Jones of Tampa, comenting in AFB, Eau Gallie, 3,079; Lake- blanked Centre College twice Miss Crum was defeated 5 and' field, spurred by the added than national titles this year. the 14th round.WATER .

(AP-Buddy Werner, the hard- the second week of the five- land Federal Savings and Loan, 7-0() and 8-0, Georgia beat Clem- 3 by Miss Roth, who in turn incentive an Olympic year provides Many of the girls, off their I 1---___"..t

luck American ski star, lost a week Florida Women's Bowl- 2,995; McCrory's, Leesburg, 2-, son 10-8 and Tulane defeated eliminated Mrs. Carlson 4. and 3. will compete in the four- showing here, will be invited to and ICE TEA

desperate race with an avalance ing Association state tourna- 990. Spring Hill College 6-3 after losing in the semi finals. day National AAU women's in- the tryouts for the U.S. Olympic

Sunday and was killed under ment, held the lead in singles Doubles the first game of a doubleheader : Miss Roth will be after her door swimming championships team this summer. GLASSESFor

tons of snow. events with 683. 5.3.SOUTHEASTERN. third victory. She also won in beginning Thursday. Leading the lasses will be Motels & Restaurant

The 28-year-old Olympian was Class A Bea McRae and 1960. Mrs. Lee was a runnerup Some 250 swimmers and more world record holder Donna deVerona SPENCECHEMICAL
taking in the filming of a Mary Lou Graham of Miami Marge Wagner, Tampa, 1,303 CONFERENCE SUPPLY CO.
part ; Conf. Games All GamesW in 1961 and 1962. than 75 teams are entered in the of the Santa Clara club.
ski fashions movie with other held the all-events lead with Lois Stevens and Pat Cripe, L Pet. W L PC?. FR 22186THE.
Florida ......... competition at the University of I A veteran of international
$1,740. 4 1.157 10 4 .714
Eau Gallie
Jackie
top skiers when the wet spring 1,2050; ..... them
Kentucky 4 1 .100 7 3 .700 GulfstreamOpens Pittsburgh's pool. Among competition at the of 16,
thundered down an Alpine Guice and Jessie MacKenzie, Auburn .,....... 6 2 ,750 10 2 .133 age
snow I Team Events Tennessee ...... 2 2.500 9 3 M3, are the defending champions of Miss deVerona, a member of the
slope at Samedan, a village two Clearwater, 1,237. Georgia ........ 3 5.15 4 6 .500 the 13 swimming and two diving
1960 will be defending
winter Class A-Walters and Howard Class B Betty Jones and Vanderbilt ...... 1 7 .125 18 .111 Final Olympic squad,
miles outside of this re Georgia Tech .... 0 4 .000 4 7 .344 events and the 1963 team titlist, her titles in the 200yardand
Service, Tampa, 2,967; Tides Charlie Grice, Indian,River, 1,- WESTERN DIVISION Calif. .
Clara
the powerful Santa individal
sort.The also killed ,Inn, Key West 2,959; Old Milwaukee 245; Joyce Garvin and Ruby W L Pet. W L Pet.1 Racing Week 400-yard med- '
avalanche ... ,
Mississippi 6 0 1.000 10 2 .153 Swim Club. leys. She also was a member of PRESEWT GCMCRATICft) It
I Orlando, 2,926. Blackburn Indian River, 1,206. Tulane ........ 4 2 M7 12 5- .706
Barb Henneberger
Barbara ( ) 8EMJG eooo&rr up CMPC
Miss. St. .....; 2 2 .500 12' .667 last year's winning 400-yard
23, one of West Germany's top I Class B-Al Hodges Motors, Class C-Norma Lloyd and Alabama ...... 2'.250 5'.357 MIAMI (AP) The last full medley and 400-yard freestyle f AOU6 SIDE tie "mE '1'Mt.r .
Nataleah Nachman, Sarasota, Louisiana St .. 2..250 710 .412 week of racing at Gulfstream 1
'I women skiers. Fifteen others in Cocoa, 3,072; Beach Bowl, Cocoa This Week's Schedule PennelasTiming relay teams.
1,249 Lillian Welch and Mar- Park begins' today and three
themselves out or ; Today-Georgia at Georgia Tech Delta
the dug Beach, 3,012 River Lanes Miss deVerona's teammate
group ; ,
State at Mississippi.
tha Hazlett, Panama City 1- stakes, races highlight the six-
freed North Brevard Georgia Tech at Clemson, Off Terri
were by rescuers. 2,943.Emerson Tuesday- Stickles, also will be defending -
said 238; Dot Marquardt and Gerry Tennessee at Carson-Newman LSU at day program. ,
"It a nightmare, two national titles-the
was Loyola, Alabama at Howard College
27-year-old Fritz Wagnerberger, Padgett, Palm Beach County Delta' State at Mississippi. Kentucky at Wednesday's Hollywood Han- LAFAYETTE, La. (AP-John) 100-yard and 250-yard freestyle I
1,214. Eastern Kentucky.WednesdayKentucky dicap for older horses carries
a veteran German racer. at Georgetown Pennel, back in action after two events. She also was a member
I Singles: Tennessee Polytechnic Institute at Ten- $10,000 in purse money and will I
"Pandemonium broke out. It hairline fractures and a sore of Santa Clara's two winning relay -
Class A nessee. be decided at six
Hazel Jones Tam- furlongs.
I was terrible. We were yelling Ricliey Cop I FridaY-Florida at Georgia Tech. back sidelined him for 2V4 teams last year.
pa, 683; Winnie Oejnuik, Palm Vanderbilt at Middle Tennessee Geor Among those expected to start
could be heard months he'll have to regain There is other member of
one
and the screams Net CrownsST. 1 gia at Auburn Kentucky at Tennessee, says
Beach Fred W. Gem
County, 667; Dusty De- State at Alabama are Hooper's Sky ,
the thunder of the snow. LSU at Loyola Mississippi his timing before he's fly-' the 1960 Olympic team in this
over cubelis, Clearwater, 664. Tulane at Mississippi. John Olin's Swapson, Mrs._ C. D.Morgan's .
down in at Georgia Tech. ing high again. year's meet. She is Nina Hanna
"Buddy Werner raced PETERSBURG AP Saturday-Florida I
( ) Class BPatsy Goldinger, Sky Wonder and R. F.Bensinger's ,
front of me trying to get away. Australia's almost undefeatable Indian River, 664; Louise Upu- In The Pocket. The 23-year-old Miami Fla., the defending national championin --
He a little lower down and Leafs Down pole vaulter, the only man to the 100-yard backstroke. Miss ;> ,
was Roy Emerson heads for River ski, Broward County, 651; Gin- On Thursday the $10,000 Florida ,,3
probably thought he had a Oaks in Houston, Tex., today ny Lopez, Miami, 647. Juvenile c h a m pionship clear 17 feet, sailed a good two Harmar swims for the Vespei j!r !

chance to race away from the and a try at his seventh tennis Class. -Deane Yaun, Gaines- Red WingsTORONTO stakes will feature Florida-bred feet over the crossbar when he Boat Club of Philadelphia.The DON'T RUIN .

1 I slide. victory on this year's Florida- ville, '663; Carol Sheffer, In- Sid 2-year-olds at five furlongs. Thisis jumped 15 feet in the Southwestern two defending diving what could be a gay care- I

"Perhaps he could have doneIt Caribbean tour. dian River, 646; Norma Lloyd, (AP-Coach a new feature on the Gulf- Relays Saturday. I champions are Patsy Williard, free weekend holiday by
Abel of the Detroit Red Wings meter and Barbara McAlis-
who can say? He got to the Sarasota, 643. stream Park program and is a But he was off form the rest one an accident due to FAUL-
Emerson captured his sixth turned out to be a pretty accu- of the Pennell missed three ter, three-meter, both of the
bottom, but then he slipped, All-Events: tribute t 0 Florida's growing day. TY BRAKES. Come in
somersaulted and was lying In title[ in seven times out Sundayin Class A Mary Lou Gra- rate prophet. As a result, his Thoroughbred breeding industry. times at 16-1-hitting the bar on Dick Smith Swim gym in TODAY!

the St. Petersburg Masters.He team is one down in the Stanley the with his legs-after Phoenix, Ariz.
the snow as the second arm of ham, Miami, 1,740; Dot Coney, The final Saturday program way up
easily defeated No. 3 seed finals in the National Hock- Santa Clara Is favored to repeat -
Cup at 156.
the slide crashed right on top Miami, 1,683; Bonnie Willis, will feature the $25,000 Pan passing SAVE HEREon -
Frank Froehling of Coral Gables League playoffs.The Wadsworth another as team champion, with its
,
of him. Tampa, 1,658. ey American Handicap, at 1U Henry Rebuilt Generators
"I think the same happenedto > Fla., 6-3, 64, 6-2, with a Class B '- Patsy Goldinger, defending champion Tor- miles, and is expected to draw Miami vaulter, won the event at strongest competition from the Starters, Fuel Pumps,

Barbi." brilliant display of shots- on the Indian[ River, 1,571; Elouise onto Maple :Leafs took the opener entries from half a dozen Latin I 15 feet on fewer misses. Vesper Boat Club, the Northern. Water Pumps Clutch Disci,

clay courts. Norman, North Brevard, 1,549; of the best-of-seven series 3-2'American nations, among them I It was Pennel's first meet Virginia Aquatic Club of Arlington and Pressure Plate t

c Nancy Richey, of Dallas, Texas -June Curry, Key West, 1,517. Saturday night and will try to Venezuela, Argentina, Peru, :since he injured himself landing Club.and the Los Angeles Athletic I

Marbles, No. 1 seed in the women's Class C-Libby Roy, Indian make it two in a row here Tues- Chile, Panama and Uruguay,.as outside the pit on a practice

Tire'RodeoEvents division,. picked up her third River, 1,528; Norma Lloyd, day night. well as the United States. vault in Toronto last January. f
--- -
Sarasota Abel told newsmen last Friday BRAKE SUPPLY
title in three times out this season 1,517; Bertha Martine,

End with a 6-3, 6-4 victory over Eglin A-F-B, 1,37LRenegade that he figured Bobby Pulfordwas Missouri Relay Team FKl f SMUG l ADJUSTMENT
the most dangerous man on
Nancy Alvarez of Tampa, Fla.
Ken Sykes, John Helton and the Toronto team because "heis

AI Eckdahl won in marbles 28 a hard-nosed guy who is always Aims at World Markhas I 1314 S. Uiui SL I

tourney competition at the Glenn 'WilkesSpeakct Wins 2 RacesH. in there trying." Paid Advertising I

Boys' Club. There were 32 1 It was Pulford who broke VALKENBURG bests of 59-9 in the II i
:For By JIM VAN career
participants. : ;,. E. Taylor in Renegade 28 loose on a dramatic dash while Associated Press Sports Writer 1 shot put and 180-9H( in the discus -I I EARL C.. MAY 5' J

Sykes won in 10 and under, Dixie fete won both the fifth and sixth[the Leafs were shorthanded to I LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -'1 both better than the meet I and I

Helton 11.13 age group and Eck: I races of the current ninerace slam home the winning .goal records. t l
and his Mis- '
dahl 14 and over. The for local the' CROSS!ITY'Glenn Wilkes, series at Newnans Lake yesterday -1 with oaf ytwo seconds left in the Miler souri Robin teammates Lingle will shoot fora The seven open events have i JACK C. MAY 'f I II L

tourney was a warmup Stetson basketball coach, will be in the event of the Gaines game. record two-mile drawn some outstanding veter- I
world relay
i coming state championship. the speaker tomorrow night for ville Sailing Club. The Leafs, seeking their third Representing F !
distance medley Among them are Hylke
and meet record ans.
In the auto tire rodeo Friday the annual Dixie Co. High School Renegade 31 is still the overall straight Stanley Cup, beat Detroit in the 39th running of the Van der Wal of Western Ontario : 4 The Equitable Life
the
7
Tony Jefferson, won leader four to one in the
sports banquet. on points with a third and games Kansas Friday and Sat- in the 3,000-meter steeplechase Assurance Society
Dennis Under. Relays
7-8 age group; second place finish '' 1963 final and odds on their repeating -
wood, 9, won 9 and over, in The affair will h o n or various Renegade 28 is yesterday. went up after their victory urday. and Bob Schul, Miami of I Phone FR 2-3576

driving class. Brit Mims, 8, won Dixie Co. athletic teams. It will is third, second. Comet in the opener.Haynie Lingle, a lean Philadelphian, Ohio, who'll go after the 10,000 __ I
Renegade
the in-and-out race for 7-8 group start at 7:00: pun. in the school 30, fourth; blazed an anchor half-mile of meters record. I

and Bobby Whitney, 11, for the cafeteria. Renegade 32, fifth; and Rhodes 1:43.3 as Missouri set a meet The 400 meters, a new event, f I

i over 9 bracket Mike McCarthy, Bantam sixth. Wins mark of 7:22.7 at the Texas Be- has drawn such standouts as !

7, was best in distance race for Al Parris football coach and Next races win be at McGilvray's lays last week. Oregon State's Earl Young, former Olympianfrom | WEAK MUFFLER!
Eddie Petricka, basketball mentor Landing at Newnans Lakeon Golf TourneyBATON II
7-8 group and Terry Andrews, world record is 7:19. Abilene Christian.
will awards.Bowling .
present special Sunday
April 25.Rutherfonri.
11, t topped the 9 and over ROUGE, La. (AP- In the distance medley, Lin-I Records in the hopstepjumpand '

group.Shannon. Blonde, bespectacled Sandra gle ran a 4:02.4 anchor mile as. 5,000 meters also will be in

Haynie is $1,200 richer today' the Tigers set a Texas Relays I danger. Phil Mulkey, six-time

New Standings after she breezed home a five- record of 9:45.2 'decathlon champion here and

Lingle reminds track observers record holder with 7,480 pointsIn
winner in the
stroke 57.500 Capital -
VPI MentorBLACKSBURG City Open. I of Wes Santee, the Kansas 1962, will fe on hand. He now'
NIGHT OWL
W. 44 Gold Coast ar RESULTS 1; Brown's The petite suntanned lass middle distance star of the ear- is a high school teacher at Birmingham -

Va. (AP- A.F.R.O.T.C. 74 'exaa -.Iohnon 11 Gainesville ly 'SOs. Like Santee, Lingle kills Ala.NOW.
Manor Motel 73 47 Gas co..ar Morley'S II Coca Cola from Phoenix, Ariz., dropped a i
3. Old
Howie Shannon 40-year-old $ t C TU I Terrain 6V* 53\\ sudden acceleration
as- WUIIama-Tfcorflas 44V im 2 MDwaukee 11 First Federal Z. Ginny's 23-foot uphill putt on the 18th off his foe with a

sistant coach at Kansas State Park Lane Cafeteria am 5tv weber: J. Ba.rian Inn Z. 2-Wan 21 BUd- green Sunday to close out witha on the back stretch of OPEN
was'named Edwards Bldg. Supp. M M
r University, head Distributor 59\1 40\4 the gun lap.Kansas .
Pepin CHESTER GARAGE : final round 73 She had a 211
basketball coach at Virginia Central Fla. Off. Supply s61 p should break the four- 10 o.m.-ll p.m. :
1 Holiday inn sn* U\'I Radiators total for the 54-hole tourney. I
Tech today.Shannon Johnson .. Paris #I 71 Horns 45ti4 6A47 4644FMders \, It fourth mile record of 16:53.1 in the! ALL YOUR FAVORITE
was the LPGA vIc-
,Alachua General Mortal 48\2 71V4 .
takes over the job'Pittsburgh Plat Glass 43 77A.F.R.OT.C. Distributors 60 6J41 52\\ tory for the 20-year-old putting university class. Texas Southern BRANDS '
vacated Saturday by Bill Mat'I RESULTS Plugs 57'r\ titles in the e Liquors
4. Cent. Fla. Off. Supply Frames Ie44 4244 whiz, whose last top finish came with 12 relay ;
thews, who resigned after two I> Pcpln 3. Alatua.General Hosp. 1; 'NtIHIs # U past three years, again leads!! S Wines
spares in 1963 when she won the Thun-
S & C 3. Johnson I Furls 1; WIII1 a n
seasons to become assistant to Thomas 3. Pittsburgh Plat Glass 1; aESULTS: derbird tourney in her home the college class. 1 I Beer MUFFLERSGUARANTEED
Manor Motel L Edwards'2J Holiday Radiators 4; Wheels .. Horn & DIstr1I -
athletit director
Tech Frank
Inn 2. Park Lane 2. baton Spaces 2. r'UVS.2i Frames 4' town. Emporia State of Kansas, led i PAUL'SPackage

Moseley and field secretary of TRIPLE, TUMILERS Fenders ,. Kathy Whitworth of Jal, N.M. by John Camien, who has run i I

the Tech student aid association. Bank of Newberry 7Stt W. L 4tti. POLICE BANTAM BENEVOLENT ASSN.. I finished with a two-over-par 7i 4:00.7: in the mile, will shoot at'f I Store

The sew Tech coach has beenan Ace Eltctrlc 72 44 ** W LAID for 216 total the distance medley. :
a Mickey Wright
Walsh's 51 SI .
I Rollers 40V* 10(% 1113 E. University AT*
assistant at Kansas State under Chandlers. STYt SIMS. Cats 33 u 1 last year's top money winner, Danny Roberts of Texas A&M,i
E. Sapp Real Estate a 59 Fireballs
'J Coach M. F. (Tex) Winter S S Cleaner 52H 3Vt Wildcats 27 2921 24% had a 70 for a 218 wind-up. : FOR LIFE OF CAR*
I since 1954. He captained the K Cotton's MJn--mart 4TVi 64V* Blue Oevus 25 26
Radiator Serv. 42 Hot
Butlers 74 Shots 24 27
State team when the Wildcats RESULTS Lucky Strikes 24 27 INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT
Bank of Newberry 4, Butlers .; Chandlers Rebels 21 30 Falstaffs Set GOOD DRIVERS
won their first Big Seven' Conference 3. Cotton's 1| S 4 S Cleaners 3.Sapp Blackladu 19 32 -non tronsfcrrobl
Real Estate )* Act Electric/ XWalsh's Aces 14 3J
title in 1947-48.
.
; Barbershop 1. ABC Pin Mark
UNIVERSITY CITY WOMAN'S Hot Shots 2, Flr ebxes 1? Lucky Strlk
New RotationNEW W. L. ers 2. Wildcats DRIVE SAFE CARSGive
Coca Cola 74 36 11 try Rollers 3.iAilay. Cats.; etue OAKLAND, Calif. (AP-Put-,
Gold Coast Restaurant 70V4 41 ViGlnnys CXvDs 3j Rebels 0.GENERAL
YORK (AP-Gene Con- First Federal Hairstylist 70 U 4 42 .. ting on one of the greatest strike II Your Car A I

ley, who has lost his stock-in- Busch Bavarian 42 SO ELECTRICW L exhibitions in American Bowling!

side fastball at least temporarily Brown" Texaca.. Sarvtet. *4m l 51 501h Alley Rebels Cat 64'51 M 50 Congress tournament history,j Physical FsominotionSCRUGGStv1ERRILl ;.

has been dropped from Bvdwelser 54 S4 Yankees 41V* S4V* the FaIstaffs of St. Louis moved I
Rutherford Jewelers 5sm Hurricanes 44 54lnkmr INC.
the Red Sox starting pitcher Waifs Servlcentcr 51 41 51 aHatf into the classic team division I ,
Jon >ohnwM 44 a !
> Pint 45 n !
rotation. Reliever Jack Lamabe GaInesVille CM Co. 40 72 RESULTS lead on a record-smashing 6,416;
FR 2-0602
replaces him. Holiday Inn 3t\\n Hurricanes 4, Half Pints 0> Rebels 2, total Sunday night. i 617 W Un Y. Are. Phone
Money Sandwkftt 34 Inlun ears 2; Yankees 2. Alley Cat 2. I



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\ 10 CoinwyUle Sun Mon Joy, April 13, 1964 1 1Thngs

II I ,. Westwood Robin RosselL Robin Is. a

I sophomore at N.HJS. and Is a

IT'S cheerleader, a Beta Club member ,

r Panther's and a member of the FHA.

BishopBulletin WhispersBy She was on the girls basket- ': 'f

MONEYMAKING ,I ball team and is a member of

!I LYLA BROGDON and Tale our girls sextet She is very

PAM WHITLOW active in churchwork. Our congratulations -

girls' P.E. q1 Robin.
I This week the By

classes have had a visitor fromP. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME

By GARY MARTIN :1 1 K. Yonge. Miss Jacquelyn HERBERT MARLOWE and STATUTE .
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned -
I Wilder, who is an intern in P.E. '. : DORIS PERDUE desiring to engage In business under

TIME AT :By GARY MARTINWe at the hospital. He has a brokenarm under Mrs. Yeattes, was hereto FFA I U.S.the Highway fictitious 441 name south of of EL the REV City on of

mourning the absenceof that has to be in traction, observe us and other schoolson activities are holding earn Maxwell and Hercules Gainesville, Alachua County, Florida Intends -

1 Miss are Sally Pitkin, who has in- so It is hard for him to do much how we work on our physical the spotlight as the chapter is Nelson and their visit to Her-I Ito Cleric to of register the Circuit the said Court name of with Alachua the

preparing for sub-district contest cules's relatives who turn out County Florida.
Lewis for the around. education We enjoyed
terned with Mrs. jumping program. s-RAUL U REYES
GUARANTYIFEDERAL to be held at Sante Fe be undertakers. Their anticsin Sole Owner
,past ten weeks. She will grad- We would like to say that the having her and hope she will High. An J244) 4:13. 20 27; 5:4
but will leave will be back later in the assembly programwas the mortuary, the friends
uate in August, annual PTA fun night come on year. held NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
Wednesday to select and enemies and the
surprise
FICTITIOUS NAME
Gainesville and teach else- We will have moreon
coming up. The candy sales are moving the chapter sweetheart Contestants events contribute to make an Pursuant to Section $43.0t, Florida Statutes -
where. this at a later date. notice Is hereby given that the
readers along very welL We have sold were Glenda Green, action packed, fun filled pre undersigned M. U Jones and K. M.
Mary Haemmerlie, one of our To keep all of you Brown, doing business under the firm
I 2500 boxes and have 500 to go.'erry Barbara Nettles and Diane sentation.The .
ninth graders has again made "tuned in we have come up name of J a. L Striping Co., Box 12013.
,
,
Home won a cash prizeof Chance. George Green is to play is under the dir- University Station Gainesville, A I Khue
the headlines. Sh e won third with an idea, for once. Ev e r y County, Florida, Intends to register said
$5 on Monday for selling a I represent the FFA in Public ection of Mrs. N. D. Palmer, fictitious name under the provisions of
contest feature
in the will a story
place essay spon- week
we
total of 33 boxes of candy. Mark Speaking. Either _Pace Getzenor Junior assisted the aforesaid Statute.
SAVEBy around I sponsor by Dated this
sored by the Ladies Auxiliary of about some organization at Gainesville, Florida, f day
Proctor won on Tuesday.The Joe Sapp will go to the student director Joyce Parker. of April, A. D., 1964.
the VFW here in Gainesville.We Bishop. M. U JONES
II like to tractor driving contest. The The two lead parts, that of 3345) 4:13, 20, 27} 5:4
since this would
are most proud This week, we first place winner in the 1
Parliamentary Procedure team Hercules and Wilbur
April 20th contest was also open to high tell you about our band. It was Alachua County 1964 Mental are play NOTICE OF SALETo
and Horseshoe team will also ed by Tommy Farnsworth and I Whom It May Concern:
school students. organized by Mrs. Ko kit z one Health Association Essay Con- You are hereby notified that I will Offer
earn 3 months I be competing.The Larry Dalton, respectively.Our for sale and sell at public sale to the
rneetwasn't too member of
Our track successful To be a
year ago. test was Kitty Bradshaw, a sev- of ,highest and best bidder for cash, the
Student the
Week is
I last time, however we the band, a student must either enth grade student in Mrs. Pirenian's Beta Club sponsored an 1 following described livestock: You
return by next ice social One red grade steer, approximately; 350
cream
'are confident that we will pass a test, or have had band second period class. The Saturday NOTICE OF INTENTION TO pounds with butt head and white legs at
bounce back to take second night Home-made ice cream REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 11:00 ajtu on the 20th day of April.
June 30 for one year previously. subject was "Needed Improve- Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida *64. at Alachua County Jail, '13 S.E.
place, at least. Bill Van Veld- The band plays at our as- ments Alachua County Cannot was enjoyed by many. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the 5th Street Gainesville Florida, to satisfy -
a claim for
fees.
huisen came in first in the 100 semblies and football games, Buy With Money." Kitty received The track team will be competing doing undersigned business Douglas under the E.firm Fackender name of and care and cost hereof.J. expenses. for feeding .

dash. He also did wellin against other conference Doug's Dairy Twist Drivein 2117 NW M. CREVASSE. JR., SHERIFF '
4t % yard very and practices cne period every a certificate and a check 6th St. Gainesville Florida, Alachua Alachua County

the broad jump and the shot II day. During the year, concertsare for twenty-five dollars at the teams in the Suwanee Confer- County. Florida, Intends to''register Hid (nil)Gainesville 4:13 Florida

put. Buddy Joseph came in held at different schools. annual dinner held Friday at ence track meet at Chieflandon the fictitious aforesaid name Statute.under the provisions of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

first in the 220 and third in the Coming up, are concerts at Kir- the University Inn. Westwoodis Wednesday. Good luck boys. Dated at Gainesville, Florida, this EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.OF IN AND THE
,
A D.
100. Good luck to all of our by Smith, Stephen Foster, Met- indeed proud to have such We would also like to wish the 4th Douglas day of April.E. Fackender 1964. IN CHANCERY. 11117-

Where track stars. We hope they will cslfe, and Sidney Lanier. The distinction.The girls sextet the very best of (3223) 4:6,13.20 27 DOYLE ARCHIE Plaintiff LINDERMAN.

win every meet from now on. band is now under the able direction luck at the State Contest Sat. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO vs. DIVORCE

The science club went to the of Mrs.. HalL We would ninth graders have been urday. Pursuant REGISTER to Section FICTITIOUS 865.09,NAME Florida JOHNNIE Defendant.BROWN LINDERAAAN

Cedar Key field trip last Satur- like for all of our students and busy these past few weeks deciding The Junior Class will pres- the Statutes undersigned notice, Is JULIAN hereby N.given MURRAY that NOTICE TD:: DEFENDTO
JOHNNIE
: BROWN
LINDERMANRoute
You day. It was very bard for the our "students to be" to investi- what their schedules will ent "Finders Creepers" a 3 doing business under the firm name 3. Box 153

science teachers to select the gate the benefits of the Howard be at G.H.S. There was a test act mystery comedy by Donald Greater St.. Gainesville Gainesville Alachua Guide,County 1511 NW FlorIda 6th YOU Weavervllle ARE HEREBY North notified Carolina that a

# J people to go. Only sixteen were Bishop Jr. High Band. given on March 19th to determine Payton on Saturday April 18, name; intends under the to provisions register said of the fictitious afore- Complaint In has been filed against you

allowed, but many more w ere HIGHLIGHTS: We think that what subjects they wouldbe in the school auditorium at said Statue. 1 Plaintiff the above-styled seeks a divorce Court, and wherein you are the No Longer

SAVEDOES interested.We the workers on the mall are trying allowed to take. 7:30. The admission pricesare 20th Dated day of at March Gainesville A. D., .Florida 1964. this swer required or other to serve pleading a copy to the of Complain your An-

would like to say hello to to see if they can go slower date 50 cents for, students and Julian N. Murray on the Plaintiffs attorney WILLIAMN.
has 3:23 30 4.6 .13
The Freshman Prom (3187) ; LONG. at P. O. BOX 506 Gainesville
Rafter one of our sev- than the workers did on the 75 for adults. -
Tommy been changed to May 2nd NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Florida and file the original Answer

MAKE enth graders, who is "hung up" ag building. which is the first Saturday in, The play centers around Will- OFFICE DEPARTMENT OF THE STATE ROAD or the pleading Circuit Court the office of Alachua of the Cleric County of

,I Tallahassee. Florida Florida on ,or before the 23rd day of
May. April 7, 1964 April, A. D. 19&4 at Gainesville Florida
A Iraq Offer .. PROGRAMSCONSTRUCTION If you fail to do so. a Decree Pro Con
r -i Mrs. Waites' science classes AND MAINTENANCE fessor will be taken against you for the
Sealed bids will be received at the State relief demanded In the Complaint.
DIFFERENCEReturns have started on the subject of BEIRUT Lebanon (AP)" Road Department Offices. Room 228, Ho-! DONE AND ORDERED at Gaines
I, f addiction and alcohol. land Building, Tallahassee, Florida from ville. Florida, this 18th day of March
HornetHeckles drug Iraq is willing to train guer-, Qualified Contractors until 10:30 A. M. A. D. 1964.J..
___ They turned in projects con- (E.S.T.) on Tuesday, the 28th day of April B. CARMICHAELClerk
rillas from Mrican country of the above-styled Court
any
I 1964 for the following work:
cerning varied subjects on this -NOTE- By: Emily Waterhous
High fighting colonialism, Iraqi: Notice of additional work for this Deputy Clerk
same
: main topic on Wednesday, April Foreign Minister Subhi Abdel letting date may be Issued later. (SEAL)
j LL Proposal Forms will not be Issued later (!1M) 3:23 30; 4.(, 13

Hamid said in an interview.NOTICE than one hour prior to the time for opening IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Need
bids. IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY
8th.King's ALACHUA COUNTY (SECONDARY A FLORIDA.In .
: OF INTENTION TO I PRIMARY FUNDS: STATE PROJECTJOB Re: Estate ofWILLIAM
__ Fight REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME NO. 265004601, SR S-235 from SR J. ONSKIS
Pursuant to Section MS.07, Florida i 26 east of Newberry northeast to Ala Deceased.
By JOHN WATERS and MABELLE GLASS Statutes. notice Is hereby given that the: thus Work consists of shoulder grading; NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR
I undersigned, Wilson McKlnney doing Type II Asph. Cone leveling with TypeI FINAL DISCHARGE OF
I
For ReformsIs I business under the firm name of Gainesville I Asph. Cone Surfacing; .and Incidental ADMINISTRATORTO
The Senior Play, "A Rocket The Hawthorne JournalismClub I Neon and Signs Inc.. 418 S. Main items. Length 11.503 miles. ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
41 % St.. Gainesville, Fla., Gainesville, Ala A Proposal Guaranty of not less than Notice Is hereby given that I have
in His Pocket," Friday night met last Wednesday to discuss I chua County, Florida, Intends to register five percent (S pet) of the total Actual filed my final returns as Administrator
said fictitious name under the pro- Bid, in the form of either a certified of the estate of WILLIAM J. CINSKIS
tremendous ,The the next edition of the
was a success. TV TopicA visions of the aforesaid Statute. check cashier's check trust company deceased; that I have flied my Petitionfor
cast was as'follows: Spaceman, school paper, "The Hornet's Dated at Gainesville Florida this treasurer's check, bank draft of any notional Final Discharge, and that I will
Per annum In cash or compounded 3 day of Apr.. A Drf 1964. or state bank or a Surety Bid Bond apply to the Honorable H. H. McDonald
semi-annually.j Johnny Waters; Arlin Abbot, Buzz. They decided that Fri Mrs. Donna McKlnneyfor made payable to the Governor of the Stateof County Judge of Alachua County, FlorI-
A on which was oncea i Florida, must accompany each bid. A da, on the 27th day of April 1J44. for
In- John Robinson day the 17th would be the deadline
No higher returns on ] Harry Cooper
; Wilson McKlnney check or draft In an amount less than approval of the same and for final discharge -
sured Savings in this section -| Pat Baker; Janis Brown, Clau- on the news. The paper schooolboy's dream and is nowa (3222) 4:*, IX 20. 27 five percent (S pet) of the actual bid will as Administrator of the estate
Florida. Invalidate the bid. Should the Proposal of WILLIAM J. CINSKIS deceased.
of
reality is the topic of the In- I
dia Hughes; Judy Mills, S&rley has grown in popularity this Guaranty exceed ten percent (10 pet) of March 20 1764 Ercell U Lindsey Administrator
tertel; documentary to be IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE the Department's estimate it will be reduced of the estate
Bell l Jackie Dexter Bender through the efforts of the pre- IN AND
; ; year EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT automatically: to ten percent no of WILLIAM J. CINS-
Chuck, Rocky Crocker; Lulu, new staff. sented on WUFT, Channel 5 tonight FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA pet) of the Department's estimate. CertIfied KIS. deceased Or Use
SafetyAt at 9 o'clock. checks shall have State of Florida' Ercell L. Llndsey
Helen Mullins Mrs. Matchett LAW NO. 3.
; Documentary Stamps attached. Bid Bonds EMORY CROSS
May 8 is the date set for the shall conform to SRD Form 114G (Rev Attorney at Law
Sandra Bonds; Mr. Agnew, Sam "A King's Revolution" is the STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF November63 furnished with the Proposal -1109 North Main Street
annual Junior-Senior Prom. The
FLORIDA, an Agency of the State of Form. Gainesville Florida
Collins Chisle
Miss Annette
GUARANTY FEDERAL) ; Junior Class is really busy story of the Shah of Iran's campaign Florida, All work Is to be done In accordancewith Attorney for Administrator
Brown; Extra Students, Judy to reform his to Petitlyer.V. the Plans Specifications and Specie' (3189) 3:23 30; 4:6, 13
your savings are insured up working on this, as evidencedby country NOTICE OF RULE NISI Provisions of the State Road Department.
,I to 10000.00 All the! Widener and Theresa Lashly, meet the standards of modern LOUISE BOLAND et al.. Plans and-or Proposal Forms may be IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
their wash
last
car Saturday. Defendants. JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA -
FI-I purchased by Qualified Contractors
"Insured Safety" any civilization. If he is successful DOMAIN upon IN PROBATE.IN .
EMINENT
NOTICE OF *
,
to application to this office for $51 JO
nancial Institution Special thanks goes Mrs. per
i con PROCEEDING: set. Extra sets of Plans for RE. Estate of
Hawthorne High was honored he may very well change the << prospective Alberta M. wuiingham, deceased.ceased.
James Phillips for her superior ,bidders and plans for non-bidders,
this past week to bave Mima lives of 22 million people. IN THE NAME AND BY THE '.\.- be purchased for $20.60 per set. Orders may .
direction of the play, and Judy AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OP I these documents should be directed To All Creditors and Persons Having
Dinoso from Panama join us FLORIDATO 1-to the Engineer of Contracts,with checks Claims or Demands Against Said Es-
Widener
.1 and Theresa
offer.Availability
Lushly in class. She will be visiting for The reformation of one of the ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. I payable to the State Road Department of tate:
. for their participation. oldest countries in the world is and to all persons and parties claimingor Florida. (These charges Include State You and each of you are hereby notIfied -
several weeks with some of her having any right title Interest estate Sales and Use Tax. -No refund will be I and required to present any claim;
not an easy task. "The King's mortgage or other lien to or on made.) and demands which you or either of
fellow students, and with Mrs. that certain parcel of land hereinafter The right Is reserved to relect you may have against the estate of
At GUARANTY FEDERAL] Wakefield who with her Revolution" illustrates some of described, and the following persons or an bios.STATE. any ALBERTA M. WILLINGHAM, deceased
May Delay stayed together with all unknown persons late of said County to the County Judge
your funds are available! this past summer while visiting the barriers that confront the claiming by through or under known ROAD FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OP of Alachua County, Florida, at his office .
for you. at all times. Shah and his attempts to over- persons who are dead or who are not JOHN R. PHILLIPS Chairman In the court house of said County
UN Opening Panama. Mima hopes to improve known to be dead or alive: JAY W. BROWN, State at Gainesville Alachua County, Florida -
them at the risk of Highway within six calendar
I come losinghis Engineer months from thime <
II her English as well as C M. Boland (32"\ of the first publication of this no-
4:13,20IN
I UNITED NATIONS N.Y. help the Spanish class with life or his regency. 3211 Southview Avenue tice. Each claim or demand shall be
ConveniencGUARANTY Montgomery, Alabama THE COURT OF THE COUNTY In writing, and shall state the place of
(AP) -Diplomats expect the their vocabulary. She would also "The Kin g's Revolution,'" a SRD No. 310 JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY FLO- residence and post office address of the
RIDA IN PROBATE. claimant and shall be sworn to by the
scheduled Sept. 15 opening: of like to attend a Junior National Educational Television Louise Boland IN RE Estate of claimant his agent, his attorney and Sell Fast
FEDERAL is the College in this area. 3218 South view Avenue ED HINES also known as EDDIE any such claim or demand not so filed
conveniently located in up-[ 19th annual session of the presentation, was produced for Montgomery Alabama Hines and EDO HINES, Deceased. shall be void.w..
town Gainesville: General Assembly to be delayed ntertel (International Television SRD No. 310 To All Creditors and Persons Having Joseph Wllllncham As administrator -
Claims
or Demands Against Said Estate of the Estate of
220 North Main Street until November. Federation) by Associated- F. B. Denton : ALBERTA M. WILLINGHAM
\ Free Parking 7 DrownOn 3303 Montview Drive You and each of you are hereby noti deceased with
Rear of Building Rediffusion of London, England. Chattanooga Tennessee tied and required to present any .1 Luenby Dell Graham, Wlllcoxt
They said 50 nonaligned coun- SRD No. 310 and demands which you, or claimsI I Barber
Drive-in Window tries would ask you may have against the estate of ,P. O. Box 123
I Night DepositoryYou SecretaryGeneral WeeKendBy : Shellie McKlnney ED HINES, deceased, late of said Gainesville, Florida
can save with us by| U Thant within two weeks TodayIn Tax Collector County, to the County Judge of Alachue ,First publication March 23, It44.
Alachua County Courthouse County Florida, at his office in the 31M) 1:23, 30; 4:6, 13
mail. We solicit and appreciate for the postponement so they Gainesville, FloridaAs court house of said County at Gainesville Person
out of town oc-| ASSOCIATED to any Interest In the Florida, within six calendar
THE PRESS
attention to the
give
can October
counts. parcel Included herein months from the time of the first pub-
conference of nonaligned At least seven persons drowned section 26240-2401 ALACHUA licatlon of this notice. Each claim or
History COUNTY STATE ROAD t3 demand shall be In writing and shell
nations in Cairo. over the weekend. Roadway DESCRIPTIONSSRD state the place of residence and post
No. 310 DRAINAGE EASEMENT office address of the claimant and
accidents claimed six lives.
I
Courteous The United States and Russiaare By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS That part of: shall agent be or sworn attorney to, by and the any claimant such claimor his &W1TL&T to

: in tacit agreement to post- Three persons drowned in the Today is Monday, April 13, A parcel of land In Section 35. Town- demand not so filed shall be void.
ship 11 South Range 20 East. described Carro Boule
As
pone the assembly session until ramiami Canal west of Miami. the 104th day of 1964. There are as follows: Begin at a point 1706.76 trix of the Estate administra of ED TONIGHT! SHOW 7:15

Friendly after the U.S. election Nov. 3. They were Andrew Emanuel, 28, 262 days left in the year.Today's I feet said Section North of 35 the and Southwest run East 2112 corner feet of; First publication HINES,March deceased 23, 1964. "CAPT. NEWMAN" PersonWANT

John a. Stephen, 26, and 4-year. I thence North 2055.24 feet to a stake in a 3182) 3:23 30; 4.6 13 GREGORY PECK
highlight in history: grass pond; thence West 2112 feet to a
Morris L. Cochran Jr. all of IN THE COURT OF THE TONY I
old take on the West boundary: of said Sec. COUNTY CURTIS
Beatle Show On this date in 1830, President -Ion 35; thence South on said Section JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA -
iliami. Andrew Jackson offered line 2055J4 feet to the point of beginning. IN PROBATE.In "RESTLESS YEARS"
ServiceAt a re: Estate ofFRANCES

TORONTO, (AP) The Michael Powers, 70, of Buena toast that was to live in history.A lying- within 25 feet of a ditch survey GREEN also MELISSA known PIC<:ETT JOHN SAXON
at al MRS Co
line described follows Commence
as :
Beatles, England's mophairedrock Vista, drowned when his small I South Carolina states right a point on the East boundary of Section FRANCES O. GREEN and also known as SANDRA DEEmn
) GUARANTY FEDERAL 34 Township 11 South. Range 20 East MELISSA GREEN,
boat capsized in rough waters of group had planned a dinner os- Deceased.
'n' roll will head-
we make effort tol group, located 1064J2 feet North of the Southeast -
every the Gulf of Mexico near Tarpon :ensibly to honor Thomas Jefferson corner of said Section 34 said point NOTICE TO CREDITORS
line Leaf :
Gardens
serve you well In a Courteous a Maple Labor being located on a curve. concave to the FLORIDA STATUTES
and Friendly Man- Day show Sept. 7. A Springs. but really to embarrass Northeisterty with a radius of HX5f.lt To All Creditors and Persons Having
report Jockson. But "Old feet; thence from 'm tangent bearing of Claims or Demands Against Said Estate -
Hickory"was
says the quartet will get $30- Linda Key, 12, of Fort Pierce, North 34 deg. 3T 39" West run Northwesterly :
ready for the occasion with 502.*' feet along said curve You and each of you are hereby noti ADS
knocked off
000 for the one-night stand. drowned after being fled and required to present claims
through a central angle of 02 deg. 30' 48" any .
,
ner.Remember his toast "Our Federal 1:" J:4S ;U 1:21I
I her feet by a wave ,in the At- Union.It .to the point of beginning of said survey wd demands which you or either of
must be preserved. line; thence North 57 deg 5T 13" East you. may have against the estate of
CHIMNEYCORNERS lantic. 156 feet; thence North 4* deg. 44 13" Frances Melissa Pickett Green also PoWo
East '4 feet; thence North 32 deg 01' known as Mrs. C. O. Green and also
; Michael O'Donovan, 6, of Orlando .. On this date: 13" East 150 feet; thence North C2 deg. 1 known as Frances Melissa Green deceased JSSELLaGthk4ES5AJoRriocOiE!
for PR.OFIT for SAFETY"! fell into 13" East 338 feet; thence North 57 deg. late of said County to the County
,
I, fcy BassettWALKER apparently a 35' 33East 162 feet to theend of said Judge of Alachua County Florida, I )
for AVAILABILITY OF| canal near Lake Hart while In 1743, President Thomas ditch survey line. at his office In the court house of said '
FUNDS, for CONVEN- County at Gainesville, Florida, within
born in
Jefferson Albe-
IENCE. ,for FRIENDLY! 1J NW ana Ave. Phene FR 442I I boating with his family. was Containing 0.15 acre. more or less. six calendar months from the time of
A
Furniture That's A Joy Shaw 47 of marle County, Va. OWNED BY C. M. Boland and wife the first publication of this notice. Each J.IERVYN UROY PRCnJCT1CJfrECHHICOlORe 4
SERVICE IT'SSAVING To LIve With"" Al Leesburg, Louise Boland; F. B. Denton claim or demand shall be In writing
I and shall state the place of residence I BRO.Il
out of boat Lake
jumped a on noM WARNER
In 1818 the United States
flagas TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration of and post office address of the claimant
Beaton near Wildwood Sundayand finally approved by Congresswas Taking has been filed In the above- and shall be sworn to by the claimant Plus "RASSUNG RAMPAGE"NOW
drowned before styled cause, by the Petitioner the his agent, rls attorney and any such -w-- LINES
PROPANELP.4S companions first raised over the Houseof acquiring authority of these proceedIngs claim or demand not so filed shall be
could rescue him. of the taking of the above- void.
I Representatives.In described land. for the purpose set fortti Henry A. Green
Traffic fatalities included In the Petition fa this cause viz.: As Dwight SullivanAs

,three pedestrians, two of them 1891, the National Society right of way for a portion of State Road executors of the Last P.and 1
Testament of Frances Mel
n to Alachua County Florida, and that
I children: David Griffis, 5, of of the Colonial Dames of America the Honorable John A. H. Murphree.one Picket Green also known as Mrs.j !
Jenkins of the Judges of the Circuit Court C. O. Green and also known as ITNWJI 10
: Jacksonville, Ryan Mc- was incorporated.In In the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida Frances Melissa Green deceased.
HOTTER THAN 3 of Shalfmar and will, on the 17th day of April A.D. "64. First publication April 6, 1964. 1<<>>,Iu.4d,..Je.J.it>>.M U-
NATURAL GAS Grory, 1941, German forces occupied -at 11:30 o'clock A.M hi the AlachuaCdunty (3218) ":1. IX 20 27 2 COLOR FUN HITS

Charles Vizzini, 79, of Miami. Courthouse at Gainesville, Florida ..... OPEN .:45, SHOW 7:15 DAYS
Cook & Heat Water Other traffic accidents killed: Yugoslavia's capital, Bel-- consider said Declaration of Taking .... ...". SEE BOTH LATE AS ,:..
appoint appraisers and make such seeC' .
FIRST RUN 7:15 18.41
Low Cost Madelyn Murry, 14, of Jacksonville grade.In Order as the Court deems proper. All. ............ '. BUDDY E8SEN
parties to the suit and alt parties Interested
; Norman R. Winter, 33, of 1943, President Franklin may appear and be heard at the K : MAIL ORDER BRIDE

rtcp FR: 6-5110 I Vero Beach, and Thomas HOI,, Roosevelt dedicated the Jefferson -time You and and place each designated.of you. are hereby I ,1 DORIS DAY AT JAMES':00 GARNER ONLY I IS2

23, of Clewiston. Memorial in Washington.Ten commanded to the to Petition appear heretofore by filing filed an Answer inI -..-- -'th J..AVJC '. THE THRILL OF IT ALL
'
this cause in the entitled Court on orbefore .SC STARTS FRIDAY JANE FONDA
GUARANTYFEDERAL ago Australian the 12m to eaeee
years day of May AD. 1964
SUNDAY IN NEW YORX
Prime Minister Robert Menzies ShoW what right title Interest or liens 214 NW 13tll.FI6.6471.
BEST I you or any of you have in and to the I Abe fa Deals j
QUALIFIED announced that Soviet Embassy -above-described land and show cause'
why the same should not be taken for Academy Awards Tonight 10:00p.m.
official Vladimir Petrov hat the uses and purposes set forth fa the
When the education and welfare 'el our been granted political asylum Petition filed herem.
\ [ WITNESS my Hand and the Seal of BBYiMsteen
7 ; children are at stake, don't settle for less "after disclosing the existence of said Court en DUs 2nd day .4 AprU A.D. J DEAN

SAVINGSand ', than the best. Vote for .,. a Soviet spy ring in Australia. 1964 J. B. Carmlchael: !MARTIN ping to WOf.

CLERIC OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Five
ago-The United ASKS:
LOANASSOCIATION years IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY HOTTEST QUESTION Of THE Mf a special! flatcharg
Harry Evans States, Britain and Russia resumed FLORIDA ,
BY: Emily Waterhouse
TtCHMCOUWPAMAVBKWDEAH
of Ga2e.ivilI : : talks of in atomic Geneva tests.on discontinuance (Court DEPUTY Seal) CLERIC service for non-com I\

220 N. Main Street .
Phone FR 2-8496. .. .. for Superintendent of Public Instruction One year ago-Pope John appealed -Holland BRUCE J. DANIELS J IN mercial users only.r .

Free Par Pdo A4v. I for world peace in an Tallahassee Building, FlOrIdat321734:13.20.2i -, # TODAY MAM AT THE CAROL FLORIDAI IUINETT

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35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Salt 15 Houses for Sal

.,"> Employment I BEAUTIFUL lot the Suwannee SALE BY1 OWNER 3 CCB, -
fIlr" I on BRJ TV* $45 ,
T'." RATES River at Rock CHI 374-1 baths near 1 G m blla..
;;," WANT-AD 4140. Bluff. Finley. 1411 University N.W. 4th Ave.and J. J. tl ran 1 ANOLEWOOD by owner, I BR, 2 TOTAL monthly payment of only
Closing. FR bam, Price for 3 bedroom home, fire-
down.
i I O 1-17 117o S ., tot,
PH. 372.8441 t LAKE Place for sale, call FRI. BY OWNER new house 3 bedroom" $4500 CASH wi buy $ rm. Call 3t. corner and perch, down
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 4414 after 1 bI ff\. Ise. ClSing. 1001
5 1
I __ p.m.SHADED utility room and carport. TV* la U _N. W. 24th
= 2100 N.W. SIlk Street. $500 down. can tt near p J. W. 1-7.
for LOTON Call FR 11991.1311N.E.20tttPLBywner. 301 26 Ph 44J-M04. WIMBERLY ESTATES Just break*
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS crystal clear Lake Anne. 5 KIRKPATRICIAnACIVE < lug ground en new IlllaU.
4 BR. I bath home sir
Earn te S5 hour demonstrating Short drive to downtown GalnesVHI 3 condii 1'1 Now Is tht
up per
I
famous Studio GirlCosmetics. Classified OnlyDEADLINES *. Deed restricted. Owner BR. Fla ring patio' ; $77.14 me I Ig. family Irn. contract & choose dv>r
THERE will VA loan; alr-cond. .. eppL op.tlossl. Bey's end elem.schooL comfortable, D. Myrtck,
Full or Part Time. I finance. See thIs before Terms. FR right! Two tr a. Ld Bidr.
Make offer FR 2-2341. $14"5 IIn
Phone 3744334 after 4. you buy. Call FR 2-1072 after t1A 2 bedrooms o.PI a whopper) .

== 5:00 PoM.iMAU. FOR SALE BY OWNER. spac- two baths, a family two 3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPH cottage on Cooper Lake. tev 3 BR, 2 bath f... Rnx. car carper, r Acre tots. GO out NW urn Avenue
EEL REDUCEDLARGE
available
Openlngi Typing and dictation at en Tus. "'rv'Frf.. papers-S PJTL Day before publ1c"t"<" I price $3.000. Term $100 down. close to school. Littlewood Es- space and ot Pet attract I v e to 43rd St. intersection, tujnrIght.
Sperry.
skills necessary. Starting salary 5 For ed to go In Sun. pa er-12DO a..,.. Sat. ;; $20 montn. Also 3 Bedroom CB tates. 24500. Reasonable down 3 UNIT flt tll. real ge approximately I rnfle,

I based on experience. Submit resume Fer: ads _to go In Men. 'paper-1 pjn. Sat. a.house. FR 4-Ca' between II Phone payment.3794738.no NW 37th Ter. BUILDING now APARTMEN no city. IdytwHd taxeslAPPEALiNG lel and I s. C.sign 2ETROUER en left. ,

In confidence er telephone $10,000. BUILDII
I duced price Completely'
372-0411, Ext. 225 for 1- (Minimum ad 4 lines .LAKEFRONTSeveral ROSES, ROSES. ROSES furnished I I N COME PROP. house three In the bedroom Northwest two FR .3

appointment. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY acres with 200' on IF YOU Like GARDENING ERTY IS located lust block bat
o personality t tI
S a u C e Ithrh
EMPLOYER. FAMILY RATES I large lake. 2 bedroom IV* bath SEE THIS CYCLONE FENCED from the Duck Po In Caines Large family FREDARNOLD

IS EARN up to $SO a week. Full or. = Insertion ............... 34c line room frame partially house. Garageutility furnished. Fruit 3 FHA.BR. 1500 CCB EQUITY.HOUSE TAKE FLA. RM.UP ville. $170 BUY per A r firplae, wall. p

part-time. No soliciting or collecting Insertions ............ 22C line trees and flowers dock good PAYMENTS INS. REA tt r ,Irl o

.. car neccessary. Call PPia. 4- Insertions ............................... 17c line fishing. Priced to sell $15.000. & TAXES. OF OPT.$17 STOVE.INCL. REFRIGERATOR BLACK ACRES Spacious a bedroom ing. Priced and I.ndsup

l' ". .. 14c line Balance, easy term Approximately .. AIR-COND.25Q2 2 bath masonry home located 00000.ANGLEWOOD. tin J
LUZIERS COSMETICS cfcarg: "OIT\ uted by multiplying total. lines x rate earn $3,000 down. Inman Realty N.E. 11th TERR., FR 2-57SO. on a large comer lot with We have two
APPROVED by American Medical X numtei af Insertions. Co. 114 S. Magnolia St. Call. lots of trees. Special features Include modern homes available at $17.
Association. Personalized Ocala collect 42-4507. fIa.tt" PAY RENT? family room with fireplace These homes have REALTORNorthwest
service. No me New W.SOO.. 3 bedroom tile fireplace in living room, central 50 two baths tree
thod. Full er ueSrr.oo: FOR SALE lot on Lake Ann East bath $<5 per month. Located en heating and air conditioning, wall bro heat Fli.ro.

Call Lola Williams. FR 24045. I Five I letter words per line of Hawthorne. Restricted area. S. I!. 45th Terrace. Also some te wail carpets, built-in even and Occupancy bil thee
I Can 374-242S
for Information.
trade-ins. Call FR 2-2372. rlnge electitc dlsasr. huge kitc June. Financing can
In
Waitresses Apply person.. ..
2V* Acres Dixie room I
Jerrys Restaurant. 2310 S.W.13th Same as 2 fines I-II County wi near Svwsnnee US If.River 100 yards REDFRANKSREALESTATE dry room and 'ean lau arranged purchaser.for an acceptable Three bedrooms, J baths practical

Street. 8 Pt. ordinary type off paved road. Vary "high Muff. THIS IS A LOT OF REDUCED ly new wttfi central Ma and air
WAITRESS wanted. Apply In per* I Asking 4500. Terms. S. E. lapp FOR S2UOOI CALL US NOWI This 11.0 1 IUO.o conditioning and kitch ,
Cookies Realtor. mer bl t Has fenced rear yard,
WORTHWHILE son Truck Terminal, 1 5 Pf *ameaa3Ilnes 472-200Q. 472-2220. can e fm
Hawthorne. IL. rl. ordinary typeS $500 DOWN Roomy 3 bedroom br $75.60 r and drapery reds.
LAKE HOME not a 'cottage'. nt more tha
LIKE NEW 3 bedroom I bath frame home older residential f p PItA financing available.Westmorland .
WANTED attractive young lady, g This lstIartl new beautifully home with central heat AND area. Needs some 73x150 rt on a
between ages 21 and 35. Goodpay. 1 o b. r. masonry AIR CONDITIONING. .Charm lot. A STEAL AT $rpair. the Northwest and
Savings and Loan Job in I O Pt.ordlnerytype I home Is strictly QUALITYIS Ing living room with b r I C k 0 available for Immediate 0

Stark, prior experience In use I Clear bottom lake abounds with FIREPLACE. Functional kitchen cupancy. Make a ,asabl. A 3 t bath home
of office machines also desir fish. This Is a 'dream come with plenty of butiMna 'Including John offer on the pay with charming family br this destr.
able. Call V44-4501 Starke H in true' at $10400.00. Requires SV oven t burners. Near Merril men? and monthly Ply able area r I
I _terested for interview. 24 Pt.Same 4101 lnM 000. cash down. Let us show LIttlewood I Westwood Schools. mentsi If accepted you to owner fo desires 117.Out and ef

WAITRESS wanted, evening shift I type II .you ANYTIME. ARCH CAMPBELL 37-. JUST LISTED at $21 000. Call 4- move In tomorrow.J. assist with financing. Present -

at Howard Johnson's Restaurant. 5707 ANYTIME REALTOR. Phone M17. MULTIPLE LISTING W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor mortgage paymtl $107 per
Apply In person only. At 2830 I Phone 372-144 month texe an4 insurances .
N.W. 13th St. The Gainesville te responsible for hn'0tIe $400 DOWN ,**.50 per mOo Inc. .
Sun will not
more 35 Houses ASSIATSMRCELLA Multiple
for Salt taxes Ins. 3 bedrooms 2 bathsIn Mbr lstl
SMART iiattractlve waitress m_ incorrect Insertion" nor will It be liabfe for any error in adver excellent condition on well 31 Phone H
over 21 to serve nice people In tisement to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied landscaped lot. By appt. only. ASSOCIATES: South I IdylwlldNew
a nice atmosphere. Permanent I by the item In the advertisement. Nn adJustment will 3 BR. CCB. air conditioned re Call 274-0817 Floye Mathias Irene BunnellA.

|ob. reasonable hours, Immediate be made on errors out do not materially effect the value of modeled for extra spacious Florida YOUNG W. Ree. Cap. USN. Ret. baths home, central with heat I bedrooms and W
Apply PrimroseInn. the advertisement.The room. living room. After IlcoJ
vacancy.
LISTINGS NEEDED
I large Investment payment assume buttMn kitchen
4Vt per cent mortgage with Far prompt, efficient service tall AMERICA MARYMOELLER tll. er 2,009 sq. ft. of living

WAITRESS. good salary. ApplyIn Gainesville Sun the princIpal I Interest, Insurance area. must see this home
privilege of .
reserves ,
revising
or
Wonderhouse Restaurant. end REDFRANK REALESTATE to appreciate the Convenient
and
person feeling city county tax pay
Q.wy.
II any advertisement which It I
14 S.W. 1st Street, behind change the classification deems eblectlonal! and to ments EOf only! $85 per month. Claude M. "Red* Franks Realtor HOMESPRESENTS financing to buyer
of advertisement from that
Sears. ta any ordered __2213 rm Terrace. Myrtle Lasslter, Associate
conform
te the of ==
policy the paper.
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CASHIER WANTED good salary. i FORSALE by owner, 2 BR.. W. E. "BUI" Harris, Associate Swimminq PoolEnloy
READING 7 N.E. lit St. Phone 374-0117
In Wonderhouse CCB home
Apply
person at 1730 N.W. 55th

Restaurant, 417 SW 1st 'It. Behind i I,_u--_ .,_.. .._ifi Terr. Quiet neighborhood. $500do. d Nites___ Call. ,372-743.___ n NEW BRICK ther the Williams luxury Pool ef e bauHI Es*
-- -- uWWUIJII__ ownbackyard.
Sears. Colonial Charm
ntll"f" assume moistly pay NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 Top It oft yr
MM 374-217*. central air tasty
SECRETARYAge 13-Help Male, er Female 27 Feed & Fertilizer Call cond.bath. Central Northwest.heat,Slt.OOO. Call MODEL Exclusive listing lovely new home barbecue cooked on attractive out

HOME TRADEOPPORTUNITY 374-227. OPEN Dark located on large beautifully wooded door fireplace. Plenty of paved
tf.-35. neat appearing and
terrace for entertaining large
lot, in fine residential
able to meet the public. Short Stenographer 212-. yrs. expert D4.Y: FERTILIZER sS.OO per FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 yr. aid FEATURES : 3 sld, bath, nw floors groups. All this In addition te a

day hand wen:. typing(fall, 37215115.necessary.. 5- salary $275-350. yard.5555. $1.25 per bag. Phone 376- masonry one-level dwelling. 2225 Fireplaces ae. garage custom built. Shownby spacious 3 bedroom. 2 bam homewills

Secretary, 30-40. experienced, $300. WILL trade several homes In Palm sq. ft. under roof. 7 spacIousrooms Screened porches appointment, call Mary Mol dreamy kitchen and hu. Ifv
EXPERIENCED secretary desired. Secretary 25-45, $275. View Estates for homes In the 3 bedrooms 2 full baths. Custom kitchen ler. I room overlooking Wall.
28 Livestock & Supplies closets. Central heating and cbin wall carpeting throughout, tremendous
Write your qualifications. Must be Secy-Bookkeeper. $225-300. 10-11,000 price range. Visit Sales S Oversized
able to use electric typewriter and Bookkeeper, $300. Office Corner .NKV 39tlt Terraceand air conditioning. On comer lot. Plus many other custom Near Schools closet space and fine
INCLASSIFIED dictating equipment. State salary Bookkeeper, $400-500 depending on ,1 YR. old Mare Paint pleasure, Uth Ave. or call FR 24545. paved street on 3 sides 1324 features' landscaping. PIVe street. Price
will pay for experience and ability experience. working, barrel racing. Registr Butler Bros. Builders. E. Call St, Starke Fie. Phone Lovely 3 B R. 2 fully tiled baths, reduced to $ .
write Box 400-A Galnesvl 11 e Accountant $450-500. ation papers available. Call aft "'-1251 or write E. M. Williams, VA & FHA large lot large closets screened

Secy, part-time, Stenog part. er 6 p.m. 444425. HAZEL HEIGHTS P. O. Box 39. Starke, ,". porch carport. 11.25.0 p.y FantasticContemporary

Sun.WANTED time. ABOUT 40 head of cows and calves, Se* our 4-bedroom and 3-bed NEW 3 bedroom, CCB M.HS metals Include 1O.G
Personnel Center some fine milch stock fresh. Call room 3-batn CCB homes with $450 down $45 month. Phone TERMSWalking mo.

ON! beauty operator S 44M7S4. built-in electric, stove and oven. Day .,5-2..,. Night "FR 4-4311.
days I
per you like exquisite design In aslartling
102 NW 2nd Ave. Call 372-4377 ta I
Central heat, utilities. elementary
week. Call city Income
for 30 PETS & SUPPLIES GLADY SMITHP. & Jr. High I Shopping i contemporary you mt
: Wired for television and tele ::
r:
see this Superior home
FR 2-1581 10-12 2-4 ,.No./ Man. thru Fr. phone. Large yards completelygrassed. Triplex near schools. 3 A ts. corner 1." acres In Northwest section.on

GERMAN shepherd pups. AKC Hazel Heights U In 1(. Yonge area. 4 bedrooms 2 Churches.YOUNG lot good Income good rentals. $12 Tremendous glass two
Exp. secretaries, salary open registered. Bred for Temper the city limits. Equipped with baths. Living room with fireplace. 300.60 with tow monthly I paymentsclose fireplaces b v lit. .r.kitchen.
12 Male WantedONE
Help
THE CasMer-host. attractive ment and Quality. See at 3501 sewer lines, close to bus stop. Florida room. Separate din Ing In Thrilling views. today for t
White houMKeeper, $15 wk. N. W. itm Terr. low down payment conven- room. Nice kitchen. This Is a family an appointment.CalS
Bookkeeper salary open tional loans. Located on North home with convenience to AMERICA InvestmentBusiness 'ric w.o
of the largest Insurance com ExPo Waltres*, salary & comm. SPRINGTIME Is puppy time. Eng- west :3th Ave.. West of 13th all schools '
panles In the country has a position Exp. mechanics lists Shepherd puppies & Amer. St. Shown by appointment, I downtown has ARNOLDREALTY

open for man between age Store trainee, hi schl. grad. ican Shepherd puppies. Call FR phone FR 23824.WESTWOOD Quality home on Newberry Road. HOMESNW income,ppr Duplex. $12,.
21 to 3$. Unlimited future. Start Off. trainee hi schl. grad. 2-0033. Large lot with many trees and COMPANY

at ISO per week. After first 2 Tree surgeon foreman $2 hr. FOR SALE S wks. old/ pure-bred LITTLEWOOD shrubs. 3 bedrooms 2 tile baths.double 34th & 7th Avenue Multiple Listing Member
weeks $100 and better. Call 372- Walking distance to schools. S
Auto salesman Exp. Florida room. Living room
Dalmatian puppies. For information 500.00MARY 121* W. Univ. Ave. 372-3122
1171 for appt.MEN order BR 2 baths home in Skyline 3727070McKINNEY
Short grill man U carpted and has a fireplace..
Insurance trainee, $100 wk. contact James Wing, FR Heights. Study, hardwood floors Associate: Pete Selg
to train as route salesmen. 2-4421 Jane F. W. Hodge
built-in & Cent.
range even. Cald.1
Route salesman. Levy Co. Near the University. Good buy In a
Guaranteed All Jim
salary. Bob Kllkman
benefits. Liberal vacation company pol- CONNELL EMPLOY. AG?. HEALTHY, happy Amer lean heat. Shaded back yard. Call 3 bedroom 2 bath home with Florida Charlie Mayo

icy. After assignment to route 120 SE 1st Ave. Shepherd puppies male & fe 374-OS42. room. Newly painted and dec GREEN MOELLER

SUN salary ranges from $300 to $500 Phone 376-8234 male. 130. Registered. Call! FR 3 BEDROOM 2 bath home, separate orated. Priced at $1700. NEW NEW
4-3470 anytime. Best before 10
b depending upon am dining room. Take advantage
rrilon and desire to work. Those 14-Sales' Help Wanted A.M. of owner's having to Call 372-533 to see any of these DEATONREALTORS Tree and Four Bedroom two bath
with no desire for a permanent FOR SALE large stock of pure move & have spacious rooms homes or ask for our list of choicebuys REALTOR"Member .. en N.W. Uth Ave. with ail

c position. or no ambition to make breed Beagle pups.. pick from & wardrobes In new home area in all price ranges. the features ef todays modern

money need not apply. Apply In 3 Labrador puppies. We board among young executives. Si*,. homes. Hardwood floors cent.
Madison Park
person. Borden's Dairy, 2420 NE REAL ESTATE SALESMANHugh dogs. James's Kennel. Rt. 1. _000. FR 2-568. GLADYS SMITHRealtor of Multiple Listing" heat and aircondttlenlng I double
1fh Dr. Box 7S. Keystone Heights. Ph. CHOICE Is the key word-Yes you 101* W. University Ave FR 4-4471 carport built-in elee. kitchen
OPEN HOUSE Sunday Apr. 1*. acre lot and .
Inc., Gainesville's landscaped.On
Edwards 473-49 58.
'
would like to see this attractiveand : :1e1
PERMANENT CAREEROPPORTUNITY Cherokee model, designed t engineered city utilities. Priced
largest builder, has opening for Associates Multiple Listing delightful 3 B. R. 2 bath
new salesman. Excellent earning COLLIE PUPPY. 4-months old. $50. by U. S. Steel Corp., Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon home. Beautiful Inside planter- PARRISHPRESENTS blow todays market to sell quick
$105 WEEKLY SALARY It LIB opportunity for above average Phone FR 4-1380 Homes Division. 2100 sq. ft. 3 Florence Burns Carotin Hayes Central Parquet floors terms.
ERAL BONUSBe Mr. Oorman sales BR, 2 bath air cond., brick 122 W. University 372-533 heat -
man.
will
manager. A visit home be
WANT associated with a company that HUGH EDWARDS INC. 33 LOTS FOR SALE veneer, 2 car garage. ItOl NW ,c, EXCITING I
Priced under $
offers maximum opportunity for 372-1551. 36th D,. Alachua Homes, Inc. FOR Sate or trade. New 4 BR. VIIn
FHA financed Call
a permanent and profitable Phone 372-0421. home located In Westmoreland -
career D.srlbe..thls attractive Ocala' brlc
can quality? BY OWNER Estates. On city sewers, paved us for an appointment Fi 2- I
you
I PART Time sales route average 3 BR, 2 baths et
1. High school education $2.1, hr. if qualified. Openings BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 0' 3 LG. BR. 2 bam panelled LR, St 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. family I 3417. NW e. Cent. heat, I
01'1 per
equivalent Block of N. W. 22nd Street. liP fireplace, attached garage HW Rm. & living Rm.. dining area. NEW L I S TING. Nice masonry 3 place I'tft' f:
In Alachua Newberry, Archer and
2. Neat appearance I Hawthorne 3127117.REGISTERED _x 155. Phone 374-510. floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. Central heat built-in kitchen Including I NorthwestIf bedroom home on northwest 17th arid I
X Car In good condition free BEAUTIFUL large tots, fully NW near Stephen Foster $14,500, GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards I Street within walking distance of SEE := MJ I
: $450 d.p. FR 2-SS51. you have a large family and Gainesville High Lot 110X II
to travel Monday te Friday REAL ESTATE improved. In RMgewood. NW walk to schools, close to ICO.
.4. Age 21 35 i Salesman Interested In Acreage 31st Street |lust south of NW HOUSES FOR SALE: 3-BR 2- U of P & medical center FHA I home. will plenty of room welL, this 4 nice BR. 154. Owner WESTWOODThis
I If you qualified you will receive I and Farm Land. Call FR 6-4471 Uth Avenue. J. W. Kirkpatrick Bath central heat with fire- $22.700. Down payment 1700. serve you i
2 baths Large
Dining room MASON MANOR. 4
Neat bedroom 1
training at full pay. for Interview. Agency, 31 N. Main or call FR place. NW 47th Terrace. Price Immediate occupancy. Drive by panelled Florida Room Fire lovely 3 BR, 2 bath Ocala blk. !
See Company Representative Mr. H. Mary Moeller. Realtor 2-8404. $15,900. 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler I In Fla. Rm. Si Living air bath home. Central heating" fenced and home Is located near schools at
ADS conditioning. Lovely
F.McCulla,Wednesday April 15th 101* W. Univ. Ave HAVE 2 SPACES In Westminister 5 CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3. BR Brothers 372-545. deny, 374-V04I paul Hardwood floors which rear yard Ideal play area 3525 NW 7th Place, Pretty buttt-lr.-
10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Florida Ibatt51! 46th Terr. S,500. night. If makl eiec. kitchen with breakfast booth.
reflnlshed.
Gardens. In Hlllerest Memorial have lust been for Convenient toschools.
State Employment Office. 413 Payments $45 per mo. cldr Cent heat HW floors I $C. porch.
S.W. 2nd Avenue Gainesville 18 Schools & Instructions Park. Present value $987. $130 2-BR 1-bath SE 44th Terr. $1,500. NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 want to live In a choice ro A buy at
_Florida. for my equity take up payments $45 mo. and 4 bedroom. 2 bath CCB : borhood and be within a ril 11',10UNIVERSIT
per
$13 month. Present balance $473. And eisj some trade-in Houses. home. City water, lights and blocks of the University a CONTEMPORARY S br I 5
MAN wanted for local milk MEN AND WOMEN WANTED FR 2-475 Call FR 6-7466. sewers. Shown by appointment.Phone J. J. Finley school This Is the bath home with Ill
route. preferred ages 21 to TO TRAIN FOR FR 2-3824. lti Call today 2-3417. 0 room central flutin and air
t 35. High school ed. preferred KIRKWOODOUT J BR. 2V. baths. 25x25 family wl consider a ditioning. yard with
good health. Apply 204 sw CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS room Ig. living rm. enclosed 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath central heat fer. swimming pool l and shuffle board
_5th St.CAREER. OF STATE OWNER must garage central heat & air cond. and air conditioning.' Paved street court.
landsc. ed. 34&s $700 down. Phone FR 3-5514.
sell Immediately-I acre corner Lot beautifully
Opportunity, with national We prepare Men and Women.. lot (240 x 210) In highly restricted NW 12th Ave. Call FR 2-4511 for HIBISCUS Park. 3 bedroom Acreage LITTLEWOOD Modern 3 1115 N. Main St. ph. 372-4351 i
"... orgaHzation. Young man Ages is-55. No experience neesi.sary. Klrkwood Estates. Call appointment.FOR house. Convenient to Universityand 14.14 ACRES In the WINDSOR 2 bath art. home b W. M. Munroe, Broker
masonry
",. 21 te 3$. Ambitious and willingto Grammar school educatlsn FR 2-0375. Flnley School. Quiet neigh i area. Wooded ro Priced under ASSOCJ S. K. McLaughlbv Frank i
work. Salary and commission. sufficient. Permanent $450 down $*1J7 u.oTr $15.
usually only per if desired. Call !5byi9y MCC5.rin
borhood. FR 2-OW2. 000. Immediate possession, __ !
Stock purchase plan for perma.nent fobs. No layoffs. Short hours. month payments. you can qua 267.ASSIATIS

employees. Company car High pay. Advancement. Send 34 Waterfront Property lity for 4 BR, 2 bath home, 1804 BY OWNER in N.E.. 3 Br., 1 bath, I J. Fred J. Wiltshire NEAR BOULEVARD. 4 bedroom 2 Real Estate Wanted
and leads furnished. Retirementand name. Dome address phone NW 38th Terr. will paint inside Ig. screened porch patio dishwasher I Gu. J. W. Davis 3 i
group benefits. No experience number and time home. Write WINFRED H. CRAWFORD & outside completely. For appt.to stove A refIlL $500 dn., I Butterworth bath In excellent Ilto convenient -

required. We train you. Marcel Co. Box 381-'. c/o Gainesville Reg. Broker, specalizlng In see call 372- A81. $75 mo. Call FR 44474 I Jay. ListingCOMING Reasonably te d p e r w I ft c ed. Immediate WANT TO BUY !
Opportunity for advancement to Sun.Real S
LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRe. PROFESSOR OWNER. moving :
the right man. Apply Singer Co. S AGE. 3 miles No. of Metros. New 3 BR. 2 bath Masonry PERFECT FOR FAMILY psUllo J er 3 hr home with i.

_216 W. Univ. Ave. Estate Exam GR 5-2$1. home. Hardwood floors, central WITH AN IN.LAW UNDER $10,0. New 3 bedro 0 m f."I., ro tlt Kitchen

SOFT drink route salesman. Job heating. S. W. Section. homes FHA specifications ml.t b Central I
I open now for dependable ambitious COURSE wooded lot 140 x 210. Faculty NEARLY new 1 bedroom. 2 bath bit available to quaiitledbuyers heat "efere. Must be priced

man must have local reference ATTEND First' lesion free.HOWELL'S NATIONAL neighborhood. FR_2.1364.NORTHWEST home has one bedroom separ. VILLAGE with FHA flftlrlnt. No right rUSebe down pay t
and be bondable. Paid BUSINESS COLLEGE ate from the ethers. Perfectfor closing COltS and city tII. menf. Box ,
vacation group Insurance, good COLLEGE. 21$ W. Univ. Ave CONCERN In-law or teenager. Beautiful Phone for further details. Gainesville Sun. (
finish cabinets In kit.
natural
chance for advancement. Apply FR. 4-3307. 372-3727. GREEN
131* S. Main between t a.m. stu chen. Excellent FHA terms. RANCHETTE homesltet. Approximated LISTINGSWAN'I'EPordyce
Has openings for college to i
and noon. or after 4 p.m.BARBER. MEN & women 1$ to 55 to train for vacation. AND close to LIttlewood and $15400 with only : down InCludes II acres .
dents during summer tC" lo
Westwood schools. 3 Bedrooms closing. N. E. 15tlt
Dial WANTED. Morrison Bar CIVIL SERVICE Informationsend Public relations work. $100 a and 2 Baths, Central Heat, Terr. 372-1551 VILLAGE cated$500 down en N, S e w years b arty foad. .. .AISllle Inc. have I
Examinations. For week if qualified plus
salary
ber ShoP. 118 N.W. lath Ave. large family room and screened 8 need for I
Gainesville Shopping Center, name address & Phone No. we are awarding several $1000 porch. fenced back yard, HUGH EDWARDS INC. WESTSIDE residential subdivision lIstings ef In ttereltl I
Gainesville Fla. 374-354. Key Training Service. 112 W. scholarships and other awards. beautifully landscaped "- $15- GREEN opening new Acre lots, in the OalMllt erea. Ex.
Adams St.. Jacksonville. For appt. call Mr. R. B. Davis 500 Call anytime. MODERN SUBURBAN HOME s cellent waiting to
BARTENDER -MANAGER Ex* streets now being paved. Mav we Ir
pertenced. Cocktail lounge package 354-373. Jacksonville Fla. or RALPH REALTOR 3 BEDROOM 2 full bath big kit. VILLAGE tell you more about this restricted b Informed your listing.
3764672 store. P e rsonallty. ambition EARN EARN irop in Suite 543 "1. NIt'LBlnk FOSSEY chen wi4 built In cabinets. area outside city limits. FORDYCE

I mixologist. Write E. L Rey, 107 Secretarial courses. ipeedwrltng. Bldg., Jacksonville between "Selling Florida Since 06" Range oven, disposal etc. Din* ASSOCIATES INC.
shorthand." Classes iws. tormina.Howelfs I hours f AJA. and noon. sunken living room ,
North Main Gainesville. FR 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 374-135 hag room GREEN 9tt W. Univ. Ave
2-4441. Business I fBpeffr. 21$ Member Multiple Listing with fireplace, screened porch. M.M.PARRISH 2.11

W. Univ. Ave. I; Isolated study and shop. Central WANTED to buy houses te be
MARKET man wanted. Sober reliable ATTRACTIVE roomy and available heat, quiet cork floors liP deep VILLAGE mOI. or to wreck Phone
d e p e n diWe. Will I 'sr g to 1500 sqwre ft. paneled well. 2 septic systems. Located __ High $prleg t
work. Apply in person. Side family room, 2 bedrooms 2 6 miles from the hustle and bustle

Market. 1424 Hawthorne Road. baths dishwasher, air ce1ton.Ing. of the city limits on wood 39 Out eif
Announcement and located at 3837 S.W. ed S acre to* in restrict GREEN T.wl Property
: -_ ONE part time auditor. Apply In ?? inn 1i. In Idylwlld.. Call FR
1 to Hotel Thomas. 415 NE ARE YOU A SALESMAN ? Chantllly"' Acres. Beautifully set AND ASOIATS INC.
II person ulllpleae. 2-2710after_ 4 p.m. In Dogwood/ magnolias and a VILLAGE MEMBER 7 ROOM house with bath en
2nd Street. No telephone of tree 1,500.. Ofier MULTI'LI 0x220. lo
I AIR CONDITIONED variety H. Wayne Graham On Main Street
; 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE \\f you space for entertaining ed by owner. Please call for Carolyn Gardenshlre' ParrlshIf H.mpon. f.. Price WOO. H,
DO you want a FUTURE? this It"the house for you. Lg. 5 appointment. FR 4-5424. GREEN N.E. First St. .;372-5375 Jon.

IN GAINESVILLE. it's FURNITURE DO you want to make MONEY living area opening onto redwood FOR SALE BY OWNER. Formal
Insurance enclosed patio. Near Lit living room, separate din Ing 40 Business Properties
ODI'S PHARMACY I DO you own a Car and Car
tiewood and Westwood schools. built-in kitchen with VILLAGE FORDYCEFEATURES
114 Central PUia UPHOLSTERYFor ARE you READY WILLING and ABLE TO WORK? 3 .R, 2 baths central heat try room carpeted Fla. rm. J.

(next te Winn-Dixie) top quality workmanship I IF your answer !I yes U ail. above questions dishwasher, disposal' built In 3 Bit, 2 full tile baths : 1 ACRE SHOPPING CINTERI
Per prescriptions A cosmeticsI.D.L. stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal 1400
call heat located on shady l GREEN Co a PT. ef
I DRUf-jTORSJ 372.6142 CALLI price. $22,000 only, S1500down. new Country Club, II paveme traffIc count and
,, LEARN TO DRIV I Special attention Mr. McLeod collect 422-111 Ocala between the hours *22 NW 34th Terr. FR 4- .. Univ. Price $1"0 indicate Immediate
to nervous or elderly. GAINESVILLE ,"6- _formation O I 22. INDIVIDUAL I NEED for this fecHtfy.
of 0 ejn. 1 10 ajn. for Interview. p. SING
I Easy Way Driving $th001. FR UPHOLSTERY be filled. 4 BR., i bath In Highland NEW HOUSE 3 bedrooms 2 We are proud to CUs I J A. InvHt. dr.a" at S
_,-?Oo7. LIe. bY State ef '11. Isle N.W. 13th St. THERE are twe positions te Court Manor, .lr
Free Estimates-Pick 5 P and double utility Rm. swim club kitchen. Save $1400. rare charm. Over 3000 sq. ft. living Phone CAMPBELL 1<OI
6 SPtCIAL NOTICES delivery. membership schools In walk Buit Ph. area, 3 or 4 bedrooms 3 baths, SIMPLICIT VU01 ANYIMII
Cal f allnm.
I Ing distance $*$ mo. 2832 NE 4- or huge recreation r well planned end 1
Fl 1-36 elegance
-- -5----- _11th Terr. Call FR 52319NO family room, bam 41 Residential Income
most attractive 3 bedroom 2
3
IdylewlMe
IY THE OWNER In
screen porch overlooking creek
The Citizens Bank will accept DREAM We cant sleep BR CCI house tile bath, family Central heat and air t. Large living room ",Ir.
I sealed! bids on the f. 11 e wing IN THE at night for thinking of this after cltl room ,
Call ing. Drive 3420 111klt
by N.W. .
GOOD
INCOMEi
Items M43 Penflac Star chief r 31 family-Florida con fully
place. Gold fish. Camellias tJr
I and phone vs for an r.
door hardtop air power steer FUN Azaleas. Banana shrubs in J:3 P. .ple t dlttoned and ttral. You 1 a. I bedreem duplex,
the ether bt
see
Ing, and brakes 142 14 Glaspar front yard. Beautiful oaks orange BY OWNER 4 1s 2 bath M many can save upwith 1 Ja. Latl on 100- .

I with 142 Scott 75 HP and Hur i-; trees carport two car In H.E .n a wonderful home 1 neigh Ilal' lot, rented,
rlcane trailer. 15 Crosby with garage stables large 11 v In. t patio* ,1U OFFICE AND HOME b te live In. $ E.el reasonable.' O 21* or
40 Evlnrude 75 HP. and Gator -5- room wilts fireplace dining rm. Call JUST LISTED Large frame l f"an' consult 1&255
trailer. Contact Mr. Sherrotf. walk In pantry. Nearly 2XWO sq. 3 would--5 5 bedrooms.'I baths, can M" INC, ""12SUBURBAN
_Bids accepted.until April 17th. ft. of living space. 14 minutes If y plan custom te built build home and fey experienced vetted t office and home. 42 Farms r Acreage.
sirable erea. The
from Gainesville. Florida.PriceLow builders that have dt. price
I Baly Sltt.rs. Child Cart and Call
fo
the time te discuss plans with details. "
complete level,' three bedreom home FORDYCEACREAGE
ask Gene
for "f
5----- irS VACANT Phone FR 2-2511 you call 3252. available beautiful kitchen large II
TINY TOT SUN to see this 3 bedroom 2 bath rlrlm te I. from. Alachua Ida room hardwood floors
home on large corner lot in' C be central heating will be loved by the
PLAY SCHOOL NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA beautiful resIdentIal area close Complete financing C whole family. Situated on an attractively
shied te right your
$ yew
te schools and shopping. This Realty landscaped tot In a
home. For appointment le
Visit ve and see for yourself. home has large Florida room. choice residential are*. Mt 5 parcels
_24 SE Ith St. FR 4-7804. extra large kitchen with built THE JAE CO. Associates section. cal A, e 'Cr. 'V.tlb

PLANNED awaits BOATS & MOTORSWHO In range and oven. 2 car carport Of Inc.Builders Mb Multiple Listing 1..12 northwest "mi 't
program yourpreachool
BOATS MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION and many other desirable of Kingsberry HomesPH. Arie T. Broker

j youngster at JACK features. Priced at $22.000 with 3 fines 372-7401. Mab l Gore. Associate DELIGHTFULdescribes 000 acres $220.00
JILL NURSERY SCHOOLMusk -
.
Phone 374-244 .fb
1st St.
programs. educational WOULD LIKE THE 71th 24" GRILLS good financing available. BEAUTIFUL 1 ar Fenced a er. fenc

fllrrHt""" 7i45-Si15. Mon.-FrU HUNTER Fiberglass Fishleg ir Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR PAQE this three ,fern a .
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-300. Boat Introduced by FRANK SIS" DAN BYRDASSOCIATES FL FUN IN wills e touch o Ol New
'HILPOTT' $4*JO GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES England. Living room ftre- 140 acres for S141.M .kr. Be
RELIABLE Sitter wishes te care EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL 72S N. Main 372-3537 Preowned h late lust across place, specious kitchen a separate tN Newberry and *4.
for Infants er small children Intlef' CHARGE THE TACKLK lOX street 1W Junior THE SUN dinette, formal n
home. Reasonable call FR Hign. Completely end Flo Other listings available ttJ-M
.. Inc. ed. Florida room. Three f ell" ThIs! POR a
3m.CHILD PHILPOTT'S The Heart Of East Gatnesyllie"Oteck : one acre and up.
or Infant cam private FRANK with Charlie Ust of Classification te choose Jack DeYot Broker reoms one bam. FHA $550 OPEN HOUSE 2-6 DYCE .. ASSOCIATES. INC, 374-
SPORT CENTER FR 2-171. Associates Includes dosing. $11750. Il' 1234. FORDYCE
home LttneweoJ erea. US me. i from Christine stone E.: 6. HellowayWalter N. E. 20th Ave. 372-1551. NE 23rd Blvd. and
can pkk and deliver.
er
up
"Where Quality Sells Itself'2C E. StaddarrJ REFRESHING I ASIATE. INC
rMne 4-141. 12 Ft. Telestar Sailing stoop with I Clayton Ovine EDWARDS. INC 15th Street *2I -1
!
WILL take care of Children In my N.W. 14th Ave. Dacron SafL Skiing Swimmtng-Otvlrrg. $25 N. W. Utn Street FR 2-2511 HUG: yes this 4 br two bath IM ACMES wile geod

home from 12 noon until 10 p.m. FR 2-5011 er FR 4483Mor Open Model ..... .......... S26t Member Multiple LIstingRENTERS 3721551Cattfomfa home Is "' wm a bedroom f land an fenced
night. At reasonable ratea. FR Decked tnecteI ............ S2 f Fishing Equipment. 5- by and f. good
4-e07. Thr FrL S-4 p.m. Sat f.4 BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER Safety Items. t ? 1 STORYRED ranch modem offers c tll Itl 1 lot. Located kie furs en c r.fed pal
neighborhood.Call
!, CHILD CARE In my MrM or \ 14 Trailer tor Sailboats. 401 $. Mate FR 20531 Register for free month's rent, loads at living at very relS truly FORDYCE t ASSOCIATES MARY MOELE
home. One two children. monthfy payments. i4q
or BRICK
your Call 3741534.WANTID. Model PT-M. $129."AIRD'S 10 Ft. Martin' Sailing Pram with Golfing Equipment no obligation, drawing month a b end INC, 3741234.CONTEMPORARY. RE i
outdoor
I MARINE CENTER Dacron laB ......... ...... $139. Tennis Equipment S area with li I d 5 101* W. RtM 4-4471

I $. Main FR 3-S5)l BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER with J acre farm wf all ep'nent.
HUGH EDWARDS. INC: ea* f up
t Irs
401 S. Main FR 3-1531 PaUSeS Equipment. \ Norm central Fla. largest builder W Fa I.r I w bil f" desct fUse Lr wilts quiet' taste is yours hi this Half mile .road frontage.

((5)) Where H FU. by far. .pl s papered ceilings b shower U three bedroom two bern home.Beautiful Good fir and acreage faring
NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. porch nous ,11 perch warm weeds, used
SWIMMING POOLS FL... patio *ar prtv closures. the family ream and
throughout
.
OrtffM
nr Call AsaecleH
BEAUTY OPERATORS Want Ads AVAIL June 1st. s _II. 2 bath. acy. I I kitchen. E: deaa-I I ftuHt-M kitchen delightful flyIng .
m
: Plus many many mere.AOVUtTISX I Fie. rrru screened perch. S1S baths. al formica Buttt I ream wIth drepee wan te wail I GLADYS
BE CAREFREE I 500. walking distance LJttie- ready te convert m and range hood. Double ,. e information SMITh R.alo
For new Beauty Salon en Gold wood. PH. FR 2-5043. Sttt bedroom or pay room as li Central heat available w urtl t ASSOCIATES. i 1228 W. University

Coast West University Ave. Enkty"' a dean and healthy POoL W THE COME SEE COME BUY f LIKE yard NEW an*Inside landacaoSag. -- without air tot.Ctl INC* 1.12 FARMS RANCHES ACHEAft

Opportunity for one te qualify Get Results Master Pool Service Inc. Many houses for sale but net Frankly we FHA II corner M e.t. RURAL PROPERTIES

for manager. Must be high Supplies' I, Monthly cleaning IEXVICX cnurxroaY many have roses flowering did not make e W I when .
: stylist In all phases, must have service., shrub*, trees quiet dead end they valued This Breperty aten.ty VA or FHA trv FORDYCEASSOCIATES ROBERTS c SMITH REALTOR

ability to wortt with young d....- FR 2-5343 440483T7l __ street, conveniently arranged 3 $17 joo. with Mt SWOS. down $84 per me SlOb doan FHA U..* Hwy. .Mkenepy, Fla.BIAUTIFUL .
eludes everything.
I tel. age limit 40. If you have -, __--. ______. -- -- bedroom X bath. Fla. room. Including Closing c Yw Includes doting. $100 down VAle INC. ,
these qualifications. Write bu screened perch central heat and may critiC past MmA closing. bwHdMg she Hr the
3e.A. Gainesville I"",. giving To ad in the air-eond. Butt in overt and range. < far idea the .. RIAL ESTATE IXCHANGORS family that wants te be outside
name home address and phonenumber. 'R. MERCHANT: place your dishwasher and very large utility, then call FR 4-3472 f anpointtpaitf Multiple the city li. Almost: S acres
I All roller Cenvenlen te see looks Edwards Inc. Lsi al.los large Convenient
confidential. stD er hobby room. ( Huh I S. f ..
All applicants will be contacted U... Sun section PHONE 372-8441 to new elementary school U1IVMedical' .. 'v better). Central Florida's Largest Ore Benton. Associate location. Klrkpatrick
in the W. W Harve FR 14404 N. Mate.r .
,. Agency.
IntheMrfvtvrS. | Center. VA hospttaL Outside Wiener Main .aO Developer by far. I t Univ. Ave 37.U I
1113
b City limits. Call 374-4232. H It
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49 Rooms for Rent 65 Antiques 66 Misc .For Sal. 66 Misc. For Sal.
45 FurnisheJ Aprs. I II I HOMESBuilt

I Printed Pattern -FT. wide trailer 2 BR. $75 per; : I GOING out of the building busi I I to your plans and spec)
CLASSIFICATION INDEX I AVAILABLE trimester month. Call FR 6-7559. COLLECTION of Chinese Art Carvings ness. Will sell all kinds and STRAWBERRIES. STRAWBERRIESYOU fications. Built anywhere in
summer
for
,antique. oval dropleaf table sizes of doors for Vt price. Also pick them 25 cts. a quart. Alachua County.TOMMY .
1 and 2 bedroom fur four chairs and buffet. .embossed door locks & hinges. FR0541.. Bring your own container. 4%
nished apartments. Some air- 51-A Wonted To Rent design. Many other itemsof between 10 & '. miles W. of Lawtey. Fla. Harold RIDGELL
I ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE conditioned. Near University. furniture and Bric-a-brac. 3- IC. Norman. Plenty of ber-
916 S.W. 7th Avenue. FR 6-2664. MAYTAGWHIRLPOOL; & KEL- BUILDERS
I 1 la MemorUmt C WANTED office: space for politi- T SHOP. Hway 100. 8 .mi. Southof nes.
81 Wanted te Buy VINATORS. New automatic
Card .1 Th&ak 1 & 2 BR, 1 blk. from campus.aIr cal campaign headquarters. Startce; Call FR 2-4125
ALMOST electric
from large
83 Machinery Toel .washers $125.98.New new range.
1- S Lit F.m 4 C3 Building Materials cond. optional $76 $101 per Price must be reasonable would Refrigerators from $15888. I $SO.. Crosley electric refrigerator -
4 FenonAlbed Services 81 Household Good =5= mo. Call McKinney Green. Inc. like suburban area. Call only 66 Misc .For Sale. New Freezers from : $45 or $80 for both. Almost
I Travel Information C5 Antiques 3723617. between 1 3 p.m. FR 2-0013. New Icemaker refrig. from 5279.95.1 new record player $40 or exchange <
Special Notieei PRIVATE entrance. Jlrst LASSITER MASON WE SELL for tape recorder. Will
M Mite. For Sal! S bath & WE SERVICE WHAT
I 2 Florists C7 Trading Pelts floor. two large rooms foradults. PHYSICIAN'S family of 3 desires 3 NCW you can enjoy cooking with THE VARIETY STORE pay some difference for right WATCH FOR
m 8 Baby SJHeri. CWM Car 88 Article Wanted 5 Refrigerator and gas bedroom 2 bath unfurnishedhome. gas. Gas range. used. Installed 7 SE 1st Avenue recorder. Call FR 6-6135. IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
I PlMCS To Go AB' S stove Clean. 708 E. Univ. Ave Phone FR 23021. FREE with our LP gas. $45 FR 4-3484.
89 Fnd Oil Weeds
Thing T. SeeAUTOMOTIVE complete. Propane LP Gas. CLOSE out two 1963 GE AM-FM I
70 Boat Marine Equip. FURNISHED 1 Br. apt. water WANTED furnished house or appart- SW Archer: Road. Phone FR 6- USEO APPLIANCES multiplex wall stereos In Maple. Cooperative apartments to
71 Camp .Bant. Flab furn. 31st Ave. N.W. S> 9th Terr.. ment. 2 bedroom. 1 bath. Price 5110. RANGES FROM 3995. Regular $29995. Two only at be built in Gainesville. For
Sales-Iteotal. 75 Office a1E'I: ; 3129 call FR 6-4817. $75 to $85. Call W. T. Grant Co. Refrigerators from $4995. S20900. No money down. 24'I information call FR 62921or
7S Airplane ALL CHANNEL T. V.
antenna
73 months to pay. FR 23537 725 write
from 3995.
77 .....no H.me. f.r 8&I. 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & 376-4773 Double stack complete. Noth- TV N. Main St.
SERVICE WHAT WE SELL P. O.
f 78 Tracks for Sal. clean. For married couples on ing else to buy. $15. Brants.. WE Box 13956
7S Tracks Wanted ly. Adults no pets. Rent rea 52 Boarders Wanted 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. THE VARIETY STORE 2 BR trailer with some land on Gainesville Fla.
SO Traeton .* Track Rental REAL ESTATE FOR SALE sonable. Call 376-7844. 7 S.E. 1st Avenue route 121. Nearly new boat with
and board for USED Chain Saws $50 up. New FR 6-3484. University Park
lit Trailer Rentals ROOM girls. Prt- two motors and trailer A-C bull-
S3 Mvtorcyclci .* Be..ttr$ 12 Leta f.r Sal H NEAR Campus 3 furnished vate bath. use of washing machine. 4 hp saws 8995. Wt repair' SALE large Caladium bulbs dozing tractor and cattle' trailer
84 Waterfront Property S apartments. 2. 3 or 4 stu all chain saws & lawn FOR
mowers.
625 N.E. 1st Apts.
"Aoto..ollOo Repair Street. Phone 10 cents each. Also beautiful pick- p truck Call 462-1754.
35 Boose For Sal = dents. Roby, FR 6-2937 or FR 6-6063 I Chain saw rentals. McCulloch.
AaUmebileS fr Sal I Ligustrum. Phone
ti For Sale FR 61082.STUDIOUS Wisconsin and Briggs. Stratton Boxwod >
38 Cettac-e = REO dinette set. extra leaf extends
88 Swap CarlEDUCATI'INAL J7 Real Estate Exchanged | room mate wantedto 54 Business RentalsAIR dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR FR 63319. to 36 x 60". chrome and
JS Real Estate Wanted = share cool airconditionedapt. 6-3411. HI-FI: and T-V comb.. T-V needs formica table. 4 plastic padded I r's

S9 Oat of Towa Property = for summer. Call FR CLOSE OUT SALEOn repair rest In excel, cond. $30. chairs. S25 complete. Phone FR ,I
IS Scke.l* .* Instraetto 48 BusIness Propenie = 6-2411 Mrs. Diekie. CONDITIONED 2 white head-boards like new 34194. i
19 Mule Duotll,. 41 Residential Income S Wallpaper. 98c a Roll .s 1 0. 372-1038. Macoma
Efficiency apt., water furnished NEARLY new modern office or I I Homes
WantedIn.trieU.EMPLOYMENT HARPER ,
20 4? Farm .A Acreage s PAINT co. AIR CONDITIONER YORK f a n &
$35 location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. VARIOUS household items. Stove
Rentals g per mo. 3505 N.W. 17th St. iGSW. 7.1 St. 3724366SINGER distributing unit ind. 160.000 BTU 'i
41 Colored
Property Call McKinney Green Inc. FR 2- Ph. FR 6-2472, Weseman Realty __ refrigerator. bed sm. elec. appliances auto. heating 40-75,000 BTU Inc.For .
gas ;
n.l Colored Property Sales E
I
3617. 1113 N. Main St. FEATHERWEIGHT with chair. tricycle baby
EI-- 17 Work Wanted Male cooling Muller compressor air cooled I Sale. very attractive 3-
18 W.rk Wanted Female RENTALS | 3 bedrooms. bath and V*. Priced GARAGE space for rent. 613 S.W. portable Balance case. sold Terms new $169. bed. stroller, and others. 372- Freon 22 still In guarantee. I IS1200 j bedroom l-bath home. 4617
$75. 9500.
14 Sales Help Haated $75 per month. Students wel- 2nd St. Call John Merrill Real- ranged. S15 only W. Univ. Ave. 376-ar time. or $995 cash. FR 6-7731 \ E. University Ave, walking
5 15 Help-Mai* .r Female 41 CotUce For Seat = come. Water. furnished. Call FR tor. FR 2-1494. 1075. DINETTE chairs bedroom furniture Mr. Smith. j I distance to Lake Forest

Male Help Wanted 43 Famished Apt. s 22907. OFFICE SPACE for rent. 626 N. Uttramatic Caloric gas PIANO $125 Refrig. $35i range Schools. Price $1WOO. $500
gas
III DramaUa 48 Unfurnished Apt. = 2 BR. furnished apartment. No Main St. Phone 376-1480 if no KEEP your carpets beautiful despite stove almost new. Very. reason- $15; power mower $25; Hi-F and I down and $79.50 per month.
I
Female Beta Wanted 47 Bonse for Rent Fnnu s pets. 311 S. E. 8th St. $80 month. answer 377-1823 constant footsteps of a busy able. 376-0410. stand $25; dinette and 4 chairs Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr.
48 Homes for Rent Unfora. = Phone FR 6-8961. family. Get Blue Lustre. Rent PORTABLE Kenmore washIng $10 after Sunday. FR 6-0451. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR
I FARMS & LIVESTOCK 49.Roomk for Rent g MOBILE home Ig. cabana 56 Business Opportunities electric shampooer SI. McDaniell machine, used once $35. Call FR 6-5015. Office corner N. Main
:8 Fcrm Etmlpment 50 Hotel Cooms = no pets. Call FR 22290. room Furniture Co.. Gainesville Shop 2-6258. and 23rd Blvd
Feed .* Fertilizer 51 Mise. Rental MAKING MONEY ping Center. EYES RIGHT! in 11 mi 111 ii i TirrnriTTEriiiiNEW
best
THE
costs less. Cook for less
1 bedroom
CIA Wanted T* Rent sS3 furnished apartment. FROM
Livestock ft Supplies WATER
SINGER RECONDITIONEDNEW with Philgas from Inc.
Fuilgas
.. SOil Boarder Wanted = private entrance. free water and THE ice business is bust-
In Laodieaptng Top a big Phone 3765392.G. See real dream living in Shadow
Pet .* Supplies S3 Office Desk Space g T.V. .antenna. Call FR. 6-5112 or ness. Be the one to own the Par- CONSOLEFULL Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. HOMES
LiTtiUck WantedFINANCIAL St Business Rentals s 2-7619. T.lce. ice vending franchise in price. S38.... Payments E, REFRIGERATOR excellent D. Oliver, Bldr.
ONE Bedroom apt. Hot and cold your area. High gross profits $125 per week. 815 W. Univ. cond. 6 mo. old, 4Vt yrs. guar-
with nominal antee remaining best offer. Also Ph. FR JoG'"
Ave.
SERVICE water. clean quiet. Adults. 317 supervision. For 376-1075.
I full details call Ig. with griddle. FR West M NW 39th Ave. past
23 Special Services NE 2nd Ave. FR 6-5289. \ or write: Ml 7- range
M Business Opportunities 6363. ELECTROLUX 2-7391 the Glen Springs intersection. WALTER
e (7 Mason t. Lou 23 Bom Improvement FOR RENT 1 BR apt., 300 NE William A. Massey 8. Associates See sign en left.
68 Jtertrarel 21 Radio .* TV Service 5 11th St. Studious atmosphere. 191 W. Fairbanks Avenue SOLD new $80. Now $49. Like new. FOR SALE Roll-Top Antique desk STUBBS
I &l Wanted 25 Appliance Furniture Guaranteed. $150. May be seen at 1310 S. ,
Money Available -
April 16th. Rent $75. Winter Park;, Florida Main,
A Thomas Oil Co. FR
6-8866.
I .u u unnu.m_______._ .___...'_"_n.._._ -'hone 376-1123. 9397 THE KIRBY CO. INC.
IUIII IIIIIIIIIIIllWlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIII III.; 712 N. Main FR 6-7110 or 4-1117. BRAND new twin air-foam mat-
I II LARGE clean newly decorated liv- 61 Wanted to Buy i \
.t.k
ing Rm., bedroom, tile kitchen ; SIZES WANTED tress. Will sell for $35. Call 376- E. C. "CURLY"
Furnished .
42 Farms & Aereaa 45 Aprs.I ht 0827 after 5 pjn.
I I & bath, hot water heater. gas : .jz. : 2-10 WANTED: water cooler. must be 2 gal. oil cans will pay 10 KUEHN JR. i 1321 N.W. 16th AVE.
range. plenty of closet space. ELECTRIC
priced reasonable cents each for clean undam- STOVE. 3 burner ,
LOS TRANCOS WOODS BEDROOM air conditioned Available now. Call FR 6-6509. lnt RfMiMl1Tfev.-f.. working condition. and Call in 372-8441 good aged cans. A&J Saw S> Mower deep-well., oven storage draw I Homes. Lot. Income. Business I PHONE 376-5394

2.4 ACRE wooded. trads west of furnished apartment. New MODERN furnished apt. for rent. : ext. 20, 8-5 weekdays.WE Co., 2022 NE 23rd Blvd., ers & timer. First come first I, and Lake Property.
Gainesville. $365 downtotal Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd Air conditioned. $70 per mo. Gainesville.FOR _serve $25. Call FR 6-6565. Farms and Acreage.E. 'I
price $1820. Drive west on New- Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. SI IS. plus utilities. Phone 372-6840 or BUY and sell all kinds of furniture SALE galvanized metal T.V/S USED $29.95 uP. portable table C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr. "
berry Road. turn right on SR I 1 block from campus. Occu- 376-9023. Pop-tops 'n' shorts lust what stoves. refrigerators. circular swimming tank. 7 & consoles guaranteed. Anten C38 N. MAIN ST. i "We Trade House,

No. 241 and watch for sign on pancy by February 25. 2 53 BR air conditioned apts., 3blks. little girls who live out-doors all clothes FR 23937.WANTED radios. TV, etc. Call I ft. diameter. 30 inches deep. na's optionaL College Radio FR FR C-2032 Broker FR 6-6544
the call anytime for summer need to be cool. comfortable 6-7731. I
right or from low Phone FR 29749.
sum
1 BEDROOM. large living room, campus. pretty. Run them up quicklyof II -
map to be mailed.AIRPLANE -------- -
kitchen, couple preferred. No I mer rates. For appt. to see ph. cottons that need no Ironing. 5 good used Canoe. Call after I
372-0481. 374-8832
OWNERS I children i or pets. Available' May Printed Pattern 9397: Children p.m.
VtINTEREST in private landing I 1st. FR 2-4857. FOR RENT furn. 3 rm. 8. bath Sizes 2. 4. 6, 8, 10. See pattern for Shadow Lawn Estates
field of regulation size with ad- apt. Good location. Ph. FR 65821or yardages. 64 Household GoodsCOMPLETE I Custom-built homes that look -
loinlna acreage for homesite AIR COND. 8x30 Trailer with ca- inquire at 622 NE 1st St. FIFTY CENTS In coins for this I custom-built. If yon are tired WHAT'SBACK
and hangar. minute from town. bana. 2 bedroom, on bus line. to pattern-add 15 cents for each REPOSSESSED I of homes with that sub-divi-
Call anytime. town and campus. $60. FR 22914. 1 BR furnished apt. living room. pattern for first-class mailing and 5 I non look. see
dinette and bath. $75 S80 $85
special handling. Send to Marian
Realtor F. D. Oliver Bldr.
Ralph FOSSEY NEW. furnished 2 bedroom air conditioned per month. Phone 376-0787 Martin Gainesville Sun. Pattern ROOMS ,
,duplex apartment. Lovely Dept., 232 West 18th St.. New York Ph. FR 2-0868
11 W. University Ave.Since Ph. 1906"374-1159 wooded area. $95 monthly. FR 2- 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 11. N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS FURNITURE & APPLIANCES I West .. NW 39th Av. past
"Selling Florida Take I the Glen Sprint! Intersection.
1666 Over
with ZONE, SIZE and PaymentsSAILOR
Seo alp oa left.
.
STYLE HUMBER.YOUR of the
Colored PRIVATE. newly painted. close 1 BR. house. suitable for couple or being transferred out of
43 Property In. 3 rooms and bath. Hot and one person only. $50 a month. FREE PATTERN IS country taking his family with I
street Hawthorne Rd. Call FR READY choose it from 250 design him wants
cold water furnished. Off on someone to take over
parking. No pets. 15 S. W. 2nd 2-4762. ideas in new SPRING-SUM- payments on his furniture &
HOMES FOR SALE Place. MER Pattern Catalog. lust out! appliances. FURNITURE STUDENT RENTALS GROWING
213 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath furnished Dresses. sportswear, coats, more sists of sofa & chair in con
SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. STOP LOOKING Sub-let Apr. house. Near Campus. Available Send 50 cents now. grade high SUMMER RATES
nylon converts to
ment. Some smalt down pay 15 Sept. 1, 2 BR, completely early May. Write P. O. Box 126. 2 end tables with matching bed Your Key to Good Living 1 blk. from Norman Hall
ment. Monthly payment SS7 to turn air cond. apt. T-V Gainesville. Florida. cocktail 2 lovely lamps. reclin-: I DEMANDfor

$65. Also homes built on your antenna Incl 1'1a. blks. from 2 ER. CCB furnished N. E. sec 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.FOR ing chair 108 sq. ft. of carpet. A HUGH One turn garage apt. now avail
married EDWARDS HOME
couple pfd.
lot for no down payment. campus.
tion. Call FR 2-7154.
able,
others 21st.One
Call TOMMY RIDGELL I $100 per mo. 376-3364. 21" CONSOLE TV Apr.

Builder Phone FR 2-4125 2, BR. 10 x 5O* Mobile home. 2 53 BR houses, $100 per RENT 3 BR 2 barn. bt'llt-In BEDRM. consists of full size dresser furn. bachelor's apt In exclusive

private fence. 100 x 70 lot 5 mo.min.7 mln.to Univ.from Phone courthouse FR kitchen. corner lot. 2 blks. from chest; & 4-6 bookcase bed. Colonials! from $93 per month home. Living room
NW 31st. PI. FR 6-1180. Metcalfe Boys' room consists of set ma-
44 Cottages for Rent 2020 School & Ir. high. 1943
2-9854. bedroom, bath t private en-
ple bunk beds with match Ing
No children. $75 mo. NE 15th Terr. $125 per month.
3 BR. 2 bath furnished block Call 3725731. chest 7 pc. dinette with formica 1 Vz both homes from $77 per mo. trance. BUTLERBROS.

GUEST HOUSE with spacious terrace EAST SIDE house. Phone FR 2-0724. top. Family size refrigerator -
2 & stove also included. Furn. rooms for women students.Call
Bedroom house
plus den; stove
overlooking natural stream SMALL 2 bedroom CCB house. 5 furnished. $125 month. Florida modern brick fronts from $95
GARDENAPARTMENTS 26 SW. ORIG. PRICE $1176
on private grounds. Large 11 v Ing minute drive to University. Water 24th St. Call Gladys Smith, FR .4031 after

room.with bath fireplace.and kitchenette.balcony.Completely bedroom furnished. Phone FR 6-6539. _Realtor. 372-5393. BAL DUE $297 per monthS 5 p.m. and weekends .

furnished. Close to University COEDS. 3 BR house. completely furnished FOR RENT unfurnished 2 BR WKLY PAYM'TS $2.50No
and Medical Center. Call FR 157 per month UPGainesville's kitchen equip. $100 mo. house $60 per mo. unfurnished Screened porch homes from $85 IHlIUlllllltlUllnUIUUIllUIlllIIltI3i !
6-5112. Finest Call 376-3305 after 5 p.rn. 2 BR duplex apt, $60 per mo. money down, no payment month fWD"llnflIllIlII HOMES?
til May. Ask for Sears FurnitureIn per
Call FR 6-7466.
2 BEDROOM trailer with unfurnished Furnished or unfurnished FURN. Room for rent Prefer storage at I IIs
NorwoodiHope
2 room cabana. No pets. Lovely 1 end 2 bedroom apart- grad. student (woman) or workIng FOR rent in Archer, 2 BR. house NATIONALFURNITURE Calif. moderns from $84
$48 month. Available April 15th. ment. lOt NE 9th St. Phone 376- lady. Reasonable rent. FR $60 per mo. Call 4722450. O per mo. Locationand
FR 25633. 9608. 6-6077. WAREHOUSE :
FORDYCE RENTALS 3622 Beach Blvd.. FL 9.2541 I I
Open DAILY 9-9.Sat. '6. Sun. 12-6 I
SEVERAL attractive homes Jacksonville Fla. NO MONEY DOWN VA "H" Inc.
available iII
and also apart -
: ments. Call or Contact For- LIVING ROOM suit. bedroom Pay Only'-$100 Closing
I SERVICESHome dyce Associates Inc. suite dmnerte set. Assumelow We Trade Homes QualityWhen

926 W. UniV. Ave 376-1236' 7th St.payments. See at 21 S.E. FHA LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT or Property I

UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house Stove T-A-G APPLIANCESTested I )
& refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. : IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY It Comes To
Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 after 5:30 and Guaranteed !

! And Business P.M. for appt. 42 9 Refrigerators Ranges from from $39$39 up up E The following are ready for LOCATION

4 RM. frame house ,t 1120 SE 17 Washers from $19 up occupancy.
21st Ave..shady yard. $42.50 per 8 Dryers from $49 up Hugh Edwards Inc. I &
month. Call 372-4136. 2 Food-Freezers from S99 up 111 S N.W. 40th Dr. QUALITYWe
Bulldozing PlumbingSEWER 2 Dishwashers from $49 up
I AVAIL. Apr. 25th. near City Park. 10 TV Sets 3 BR. 2 bath, $350 dn. $130
from $35
SMALL, bulldozer loauer dump I shopping schools. 3 BR study. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO.up N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. 372-1551 c:: per mo. Have Only
trucks. fill dirt lime rock. Top INSTALLEDNEW Iv. rm., dn. rm.. kit. equip. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 II
soil. Phone 372-7846. i & used fixtures. complete breakfast nook. FR 6-2693. 1111 S P&E.Sth St. THE CREAM

service "BIG" JIM COMPLETELY ; 523 BR 2 bath dn.
BULLDOZERS & Back .plumbing redecorated $350 $113 E!
I HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumbing 3 BR. house. Fenced back yard. == per mo.
noe, wheel tractors motor Manor Ii
FR 2-1589. no thru street. Owner Court
I on premIses
grader. Free estimates. W. G. Highland !
(Buck Johnson FR6219.. through Sunday. Drive by 3707 NW 21 st PI.
RemodelingNEED 520 NE 12th St. I: 4 BR, 2 bath. $800 dn. $107

CarpentryWORK 803 N.W. 10th Ave. 3 BR. unfurnished the swim club community E per mOo
home. with stove and re E
A NEW Florida room. carport I frigerator I
semi-finished Fla. rm. 1216 N.E. 17th Ave. I
wanted: Carpenter desires patio.. screened-ln porch, $110 mo. Ph.' FR 6-2472. Wese- 03 3 B R. 1 bath. $350 dn. sat
work. Repairs, remodel I n g. etc.? Call now and get It done _man Realty I per mo.I .

Ph. 26102.Cosmetics. for 3728049 the after summer 5 P.M.months.for free Call 3 BR. 1 bath. 611 N.W. 34th Terrace I

estimates. $110 per mo. Call McKinney i 1442 NE 16th PI.i .
Green Inc. FR 2-3617. 03 i 3 BR m bath. $400 down.fi I

Air Conditioning BUILDING. remodeling. painting. 121 N.w. 25th Street Close to Univ. I In per mo.
block end cement work. Good j
3 bedroom, 1
bath. and
An HOUR OF BEAUTY will make work. Good prices. Phone 468- frigerator. $110 Mo.range or can furnish re- i 1702 N.W. 38th Dr. PALM VIEW

a "new you" at MERLE NOR. 1872. air condo on lease at higher f 3 BR 2 bath $350 dn. $87 i ii ESTATES
-ART BALL Air conditioningHot MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. PALATKA ORNAMENTAL IRONWORK rate. FR 6-545, evenings FR i per mo. i iI
( Air-Hot water) heating, and I Learn professional make-up $. Railings & porch columns 27883 I NW 39th Terr. &
refrigeration. Ph. 3721685. 15 secrets by trained beauty ex -
Years Experience. perts. 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR made to your specifica- CLEAN 2 BR, kitchen equipped. I 4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI. NW 16th Are.
23126. tions. Phone 325-4005 Palatka Ideal for working people. 20 SE i!i 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI.g .
after 6PM* reverse the charges. 9th St., $60 .. $16,000 to $20,950
per mo. Phone j 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn. S6II 03
,Appliance Repairs BIG MONEY. Future for experIenced 5724. I
per mo.
in
direct sales Manager I
Gainesville. Waldo. Lake Butler ONE. 3 BR. house furnished $60
Hawthorne. Lake City. Live Upholstery per mo., water included. Avail- 1303 & 313 SE 38th St.
SEEING IS BELIEVINGFOR Oak. & Alachua. If not Interesteddo able May 1st. 3 BR. unfurnished J r
1 304 314 SE 39th St. FERNWOOD
rebuilt washing maChines. house $50 Hot
mo. water
Phone 376-1480.
'dishwashers. refrigerators and not apply UPHOLSTER your furniture at heater and water included. { 3 bath, $500 dn. $64 ,
: MANOR
appliance repairs_call Dan at FR reasonable prices. Call Sally. Available now. Call 485-2362. I! per E:
FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA Experienced. FR 6-9888. Breaker Fla. NW 39th St. &
4267Al .
HANDYMAN SHOP ., .... I
First In appliance repairs. FIREEXTINGUISHER SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS 2 Bedroom unfurnished house. Located 13th PI.
CO. N.W. Section. Call FR 2-8178 \ The following are under construction -

Appliance Repair & Sales and Servk.Ali day.after 4 weekdays or all day Sun- I :...; ....;, -' ">..' .,., ., '- i and will be ready $12,250 to $16,000WESTMORLAND
types of Fire Extinguishers I do sewing of all I ...: "" I for occupancy soon. ,
Air Conditioning Pick up and delivery service kinds & Dressmaking. Mrs. W. 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath attached I

C. R. Thomas Ph. 376-8969 C. AsbelL 3436 N.W. 17th Terrace garage. Air conditioner. 5100 .. .' /" ; ./ <" ,:. -:! 3224 NW 29th Ave.
Gainesville, Fla. 3720655.ALTERATIONS month. 720 N.W. 20th Ave. FR [ 1 BR. 2 bath 1750 dn. $102

BENNY GRAYFOR on women' _21685. Avail. May 1. : y .? ; { iA>:, ,t:1. :i1f1} :>:: <4 per mo

clothing, also buttonholes, ESTATES
Efficient Quality Mortgage BrokerFHA belts & dressmaking. Cal. 49 Rooms For Rent I 3236 NW 29th Ave.
Service & Reasonable Rates Addition No. 2
372889LSewing | 3 BR 2 bath, 1700 dn. $91I
CALL 3764879THE and conventional at lowest The MonticelloNow I per mo. NW 39th Dr. &
ROOMS
current rates. Terms to 25 for men. Weekly maid
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE years. Will gladly discuss at no Machine RepaIrs service linens and refrigerator i 3301 & 3311 NW 8th Ave.

MEDICAL CENTER obligation.J. W. KIRKPATRICK.Call tomorrow.Realtor CALL-sEWING MACHINE SER- _furnished.416 NE 2nd 372-1185 Ave. or 372-1981, Open For Your Inspection NW 30th Ave. $20,000 to $30,000All

EMERGENCY refrigeration and air 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2--494 VICE co. 815 W. University FOR businessman. Large bedroom. 4 BR. 2 bath, $650 dn, $91

conditioning tat your home. Free FRED B. ARNOLD Ave. 376-1075. We repair all private bath FacIlities for light IE| er mo.
'
estimates. 24 hour service. Ph. REALTORFHA Mattes. Work fully guaranteed. meals. 306 N.E. 7th Avenue.FR Don't fail to see this popular model this 3236 & 3224
377-1330 AND CONVENTIONALLOANS 2-1708. Services

Tires Alignment CLEAN room close In. Daily week. Over 1600 square feet of enclosed < > : IS NW 30th Ave. City
Appraisal Service 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 E3BR.2bath.$6fddfl.$8652perina.,
maid ,
Broke service reasonable. 622
Service -
with four bedrooms two baths and a. .
MORTGAGE MONEY N.E. 2nd St. FR 6-1423. space : .

FRED REALTOR B. ARNOLD 25 514 years.per cent interest. Terms to VACATION SPECIAL LARGE cool bath and room.dressing private room.entrance I -' paneled Florida room gives your family plentyof 3330 & 3320 Monthly From $74.38 Payment I

REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL BUY BUILD REFINANCE ON famous nationally known Mohawk For business couple or womenWeek. room to Spacious living room and NW 30th Ave.
SERVICE Call tires e. Save up to or month. FR 2-8262. grow I. 3 BR, 1 bath $550 dn. $79.50
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 125 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 22511 *0% on new tires. See our new this J ,; per mo.
separate dining room too. Inspect btg
Dan Byrd wrap around retread that gives SLEEPING room. with kitchen priv- -
more mileage & traction. LatI- Heees if desired. Phone FR :2-
Auto ..
Equipment with colonial
GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA one styling now. Min. Down FHA
mer Tire Co. 623 N. Main St. _1754 or see at 517 NE 4th SL -
and conventional loans. Low .
SINGLE or double in '4 HI' FOR KENT Down
rates. Terms to 25 years. 1221 room large Nothing Y/
HYDRAULIC exchanged JACKS Repair rebuilt kits for*> W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. WINDOW CLEANING cool rooming house. 2 blocks Monticello Located at N.E.31st Ave. and 15th.i-.. _
off campus. Kitchen living Rm.
124 Sf 7th St.E .
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized FORDYCE and Associates. Inc. ..
WINDOWS maid service. Call FR 2-2726.
floors
cleaned. cleaned
Walker Hydraulic Jack Conventional and F.H.A. loans 3eRlBatfl !
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE with low rates and long term and waxed, houses washed. 10 ROOMS for co-eds or Health Center -
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 & loans our specialty. QuiCk. courteous yrs. experience. Free estimates. technicians. $125 per trimester Pb 11 Year Lease $100 per Mo. SALES OFFICE
Main FB -97 confidential service. Call ._Ptione! FR !-59S$. or $30 per month on W. Univ. Sales Office Located
376-1236 or come by 926 West _Ph. 3760787.ATTRACTIVE. NW 39th Terr. &

Auto Glass tfvce.University Realtor.Avenue. Grace For- Yard WorkFOR room. with private '? At NE 23rd Blvd. ALL OUR HOMES ARE 'I NW 16th Ave.

entrance in quiet modern home. and 11th Terrace i OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY Tel. FR 2-9545
.
AUTO GLASS is our only busi the best take a rest. Osteens Kitchen privileges. Ideal for U ofF ; SEEING ANYTIME IF or
ness. Immediate Installation PAINTINGPAINTING. I Lawn Mowing Service. Free esti student. FR 27883. Phone 372-3471 YOU WILL JUST CALL II Nights and HolidaysFR

free pickup 4 delivery. Add I mate. Call FR 61417.ADVERTISE 3 BLOCKS from campus low sum- 1123 SE. 4th STREETFR
beauty & value to your car Also Screens repaired, mer rates. Cheaper by the tri I BUILDERS and DEVELOPERS I 6-5301 or FR 6-7919 6-9048
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. window glass replaced. Phone I. IN THE mester. For appointment to see
323 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2.S5I. FR 61283.VDUR SERVICE DIRECTORY call 372-0481. I "
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GAINESVILLE
VOLKSWAGEN
DOWUNe UPHOLSTERY FOR SALE 21 ft. noose trailer FOR SALE Spitfire 4. TrIumPh.prIced AUTO SALES PAINT JOB
Chain tow M M. No money completely ",", Ished.. Must sell for quick sale. Call 372-
tt flown. taw ea SS per rn .dI\. Immediately 'lffS cash. May be 3035. 1007 N. Mitn St.
Free estimates, pickup and de seen at Moore's trailer pork, or .
Portion Phone FR 2.6313
FOR
livery service. AM work guarantetd. leave message for Charles' 1M- SALE mi Volkswagen.
i Phone 31 -7714. gill at PK o-JOi. ments.of Phone equity FR and 4-116 take. up. pay- Northcetrtrat Florida's Spring Special I
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' \ KEROSENE H.W. heater 30 IlL Only 3 left of CLOSE-OUT PRICES 1960 4-door, V.., Say. Plymouth Largest I 'Y
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MILLER- :
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excellent condition Save monty. SAVE to 11.500 Independent Dealer .'
heater. stick SWO. See at &
shift.
See It. Matt reasonable offer.'Call BANK FINANCING 1106 N.E. Wn Ave. or call FR 2. BROWN ; -. 1- -
t' 216-5190. NEW. 10' wide mobile homes 1444.M _I' : 51"
f. fTRAWBCftKICS. U cts quart. YW : Town ft. Country Trailer Sales' I 1030 E. Univ.CIMSU $3995HAWES .:-.
CHEV. malL V-S engine. 4 ADVERTISE M THE
pick them 1 mlto N. of Waldo. IM S.W. Archer Rd. FR -P90
roll
carburetor trans. FR
stick SERVICE DIRECTORY 2-3582
Call
440-1771 for
Information. G.GOOD
,I r uberty.2 bedroom tra
x good. $1SO complete. See
talr-1
E. Wart*
deluxe model. Air conditioned. drive It. J. W. phUiip. U.
hearing Is one of your most Indirect lighting. walnut Cars Alachua.
I paneling; Aluminum.' Must see to
valuable aseTs. Donf neglect It
i 1963 air-condi
Volkswagen
sedan
.
appreciate. Vim. FR7 H
Visit GAl ISVILLE'S HEARING Ii
I\ AID CO. today. aD N. Main It. I tioning. phone FR a-m afterIPffi BUY J
_f R -0095. i .0 Trlcton & Truck Rentals MoT-I SATISFACTION FIRST AMONG THE FINE
CASH for your old ca,. H It H
ART BOOKS RENT a truck one-way anywneieki ors 1434 SE 3rd Ave. POWERS !
FAMOUS Artist awN sot e( 1.Cli.52i.ttlVi the USA. from United Rent- I II I
1961 BUICK Electra convertible.all .
Today Tomorrow
'M. AlII.\ ill NW tm A#o. FR -M35.. See
excellent
pqwer condition.
AIR CONDITIONER. I4XXM BTU at 4M NE 5th Ave. after 6 P.M. Body Shop CARS OF THE WORLD
Kelvlnator. New $240. Used only *13 Motorcycles & Sc..,,,* ,

INTERNATIONAL_ I0*. SIM. Call Harvester 312-1 UI. refrigerator 9(0 NORTON motorcycle 600 cc. 87 Automobiles Winter I' 63 STUDEBAKER, Cr. oil power & air $2195 : 611 SW 3rd St.

$.*. 66 range ... In excellent condition. 1400.
Both In goed condition. CaN Iw- Ca15434-1041' fler7OO_ P.M. Wanted 1950 thru 154 Fords FR 2-0538 I II'
E'R: DE S-B: E N' Z
62 COMET 4-dr 11t1 C E
Inston $1-251 after__':>>._ 59 ZUNDAPP Super Sabre. In and Chevrolet t4 S.E. 4th I radio htr std. $1395 Ir
St. Al Herndon Station. BmaeBnaaEaiBBamaEB
BEAUTIFUL emerald cut solitaire good condition. Priced for im. Service r
diamond ring. Appraisal valve I sale II3J. Ross Jeffrey Glyn- 63 METEOR __ '
(700 will sell for lest. Can PR wood Trailer Part. Trailer 17. power steering. auto $2395 '
I' J-1570 after 4 p.m. DODGEDARTDODGE GOING NOW ON DISPLAY AT

,' BEAUTIFUL net floor length Chantilly gown. lace trie I and to I 14 AUTOMOIILE REPAIRS TRUCKSPOOLEGABLE 62 VW Spotless inside and out .$1395 I' IN

, 7. Hoop Included im $. E. lOfftSt. SPRInG AUTO rUH&-Yp-
T After S p-m. y.." car's pep 1 power show '
11 t* with C twne-vp BROWN'S I 61 FORD, Galaxle 500 R&H. full pwr & BUSINESS.
REMINGTON nolsetete pertaMe 119 SE First Avt. i CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY
typewriter OS. all 37J-Ml very*. good condition SERVICE recapping CENTER.& wheel Guaranteed alignment.SO I 372.4343 I oir! ._. . . . . . .$1595 \ '60 VOLKSWAGEN

N. Main. FR t-4310 I .
FOR sale eoto operated drink fcox I Convertible grey with new ny. ,
with fountain, Holds 4 cases. $100. as AUTOMOBILES for SALE I 62 FALCON, very clean auto. $1395 \ ten white top. A-i throvohovt. i 506 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. PHONE FR 2-4251
Call Floyd's Meters. -1111, 442H7 FOR THE CORRECT $1045 .
anytime" Au ST i M-H EALY, jew isw", white, CADILLAC 4-dr '59 RAMBLER I
over-drive. lump seats. Goingto TIME 59 deVille. Id., air $1995 Custom. 4-door. 4 cylinder, automafic '-
70 a.-Mari. Cajwt* ..,.ke. 374-3311, ix?. S5M or radio. heater. white'
3764485. FR 2-1411 wails./ Keel Nice I
car.
CADILLAC SEDAN W7 DeVMIe. 61 T-BIRD PS. PB. EW. ES, air. $2495 $645 -
W REGAL LANCER Cabin Cruiser Courtesy Of .
Loaded with everything. ISM. ISM 57 -
and trailer. Phone ISAM. CHEVROLET : -- -- ---
N.W. 33th Terrace. Phone 371-0481. University Chevrolet Belalr 4-door. automatic. Ra '
61 RAMBLER fac.
Wag., PS air $1295
lOAT TRAILER. Ideal for small dio heater. 2-tone
paint. White
fishing boat. 428 N. W. fth AyeIwo. I HEVROLET IftO Impala 2dr. L N. Main St. at 16th A".. walls. Sharp. I,
hardtop power steering. radio.
I heater power glyde transmis $745 I
ir CORRECT Craft Inboard mHP sion.. Phone Fft HI 50. I '57 DESOTA '
Grey Marine engine boat Crane-Lincoln Mercury"It's 2-door hardtop. Automatic, .
end trailer. S1/006 cash. Phone CHEVY U. 1 Dr. VAT W-W radlo
G Ford heater, "
PR 2-024. heater. $200. Call 377-7915. power steering and
brakes. Sharp.
VT ALUMINUM boat, U HP CHEVY 1'S7 station wagon. V.a. Falcon Easy to Trade with Crane Lnlcoln Mercury" $795 I
I
motor. Trailer good condition. excellent cond. new tires.
'
C4i Phone PR 3-O4J. Best offer. Phone 373-4423 or 57 CHEVROLETStation
_FR 14554.ORVAIft I Faiflane 516 S. MAIN STREET FR 2363JHaven't wagon. V-a. automatic I
BOSTON WHALER radio heater -.
C Monza '*3. equipped S T-Bird paint
DOUBLE hulk flberglau. unslnk- with radio I heater white side Nice.
aWe II" boat with 75 HP Evlrvrvd wall tires. 1,000 actual miles. Ford $695 __
a e t top and Acc. 1 year old.. Assume payments small equi '56 CHEVROLET .1
iE New condition. Cost $3200. R. ty. Will consider older car for
4-Door
, vein at S23M. Can be financed. eqvtty. Can owner at 372-1<<1, Trucks You Heard ? Belalr. Automatic ra.dig.
Pttone FR H43 after 8 p.m.e _ext. 33 *-3 weekdays. Used Power heater steering.white Clean wall as a fire pin.*. I I L __

H.P. Inboard ski beat trailer DODGE If 41 hardtop. 4 cylinder $695 ,;; ,
hi good condition. Needs paint standard transmission.R Cars yI
only. Must sell. $330. See at Cater and H. Low mileage. Excellent 55 CHEVROLET
Marine. W-W Exceptionally clean. 2-door hardtop. Automatic. V... I I
1964 RAMBLER radio heater 2-tone paint. Whitewall
Get
TOTAL
M PT. v-bottom ptywoed oa$. Reasonab. Call 371-7477. tires. Clealn.
Bottom flberglassed. Trailer.. DODGE. 1t57 2 dr.. Sports Coupe. PERFORMANCESHAW $645 i
JJ H. P. Motor. and Ski EqUip.ment vt*. trone, radio hooter I I
smog tte-jrog after .:00 SPECIALS
pood fires & engine. Ott Call AT
........
P.M., er MYtIme Jack Varney. FRSJ1J Sat. or '55 CHEVROLET _
1" CROSBY Fiberglass boat with Sun. after 4 P.M. & The Lowest-Priced American-Built car. n ton pick up. Good motor. I i
je Hp Evlnrude motor. trailer. DODGE ROYAL 155. 4-door V-S. $195 '

a Qitor buy* In at Mertne excellent SUM. May condition.k* seen Good at. automatic new tires. Radio Excellent and heater.condition.I KEETER Delivered at Ridgway Motor Co. for Ranch wagon.'53 FORD V-8, radio heater 'I DRIVE THE MAKE THM IAKIS WS Wl IKK

S350. Phon FRSOeO.. new tires.
230 W.
University
72 Office Equipment English Ford Angile, IfJf JTTi. $99
only
FR 2-0503 :
Good conditIon Perfect 2nd Car.Call ALL CARS thoroughly I i II
Fft 2.M32.fte_ '130-_ RECONDITIONED
volume of. ------- i
GAINESVILLE'S largest Several GOOD PICK UPS I I
fice supply dealer. Chesnufs fORD XL, 1t&3 10.000 miles. ,A.T. -- FROM I
Office Equipment Co. Invites you R&H. P.S.. bucket seats small $1M TO S495
LJ
to come In end shop. or call for equity. assume balance. Phone FINE CARS _
free delivery. Chesnufs Office 454-1691. O FAIR PRICES $199500Top RaulersonMotors
Equipment Co. 104 W. Univ. fORD. station wagon. 1957 WWS. 100,000 miles In 1000 hours-that was the Comet Durability
Ave. In Downtown Oelnetvttle. uto. trans.. ThunderbIrd en- COURTEOUS I Runt I You won't want to drive that fast or that lonG-but you

TAX TIME, Adtflftf machines" and lf*. jxcelient condition. Ph. SALESMEN can count on enjoying the same engineering skills and baste
calculator New end Me*. Park : PROMPT know.how that made Daytona possible. In any Comet In out
I era Complete Office Outfitters. FORD IfJT, Fatnane. 6 cylinder 4.Dr. 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD
The only evfNjrHed Olivetti, ."H. A-T good tires, ooodcondnton SERVICEAll Trade-in Allowance showroom. What's more-our deals are just as hotl
-; Underwood Afent In CeMesrllle.P U5 cash. Call FR a.FORD 372-5285 .
*. 372."". *ei W. Untv. Ave. 044. Home of A-I Used Cars:
11, V'". A-T RI.H good these qualities art Easiest Possible Terms. CARS TRUCKS JEEPS CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY
73 M..k.l Merchandise _mecn. eondrtion./ Call 3725207.: standard at: I

ORO. 194. 40'. RAH.

Of christmas ORGAN Left SALE ever AlI 4.new".,tag..paint_,Calf*rliin lob.FR new 1-0338.at $275 tires or A.T'I B&GMOTOR Your New Rambler is Sun Want Ads "U's Easy to Trade With Crone Llneoln-Mtrctory"

new organs. Savings" vt tt N E. UNIVERSITY AVE. PHONE FR 2-4251
506
.per cent. Earls Plan Ce. ORD, 19tf. 4-ooor Fairlane 500. CO. Get Results I
m w. univ. Ave tn-taa V-l. automatic heater. Good? e condition.: $795 Radio Waiting for You at: _i_

I ', used, Maftovan Authorized Cadillac, -
:::"Twrr Phone FR 4JTf.KARMANN -::
UlLOrtdley
I bench -
matching Oldsmobile Dealer --
.
Music Co. FR J3353. GHIA. 1959 convartlble. -
excellent Cond. Blue book .
UPRIGHT piano reflnlshed .. reconditioned retail $1.180 sell for $991. 1904 New Cars: Ridgway Motors
Sltt after Sunday. FRTRUCK
M431. N.W. 9th St. FR 6-9854. 115 S.E. 2nd St.

LANCER '1. mod-770 4 Dr. S-stlck. FR 6.7515 HAWES POWERS USED CAR LOT
LOAD PIANO SALE
new tires. 39. CO mL Bal. I960.
USED PIANOS Mr. Balwln. 376-4404. 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433
1 USED small Crane plan was Used Con:
Mfi now 125 U extra nice, re- MERCURY Monterey 1957 4 dr.. 2001 N.W. 13th St.
,
built upright ",no.. 1 used elec HT toll power no dawn $1 per -- 1ft SMITTY SAYS:
player piano. II free roll elves week. H H Motors 1636 SE FR 6-7515 -- -
with this fine piano only Uii. 3rd Ave. -
New piano. save $100 *n a pl- 1958. 4 door SO- _
MORRIS MINOR -----
lightly ma on "'mIOM"w "-'. to I transit new pianos,,subitantial da" 250. Phone 376-7704 after SP.M. RAMBLERTRADEINS TO GO!
THESE CARS GOT
HAVE
savsi l. Stereo e o "- AT BARKLEY MOTORSIt's
,
sotet pikes greatly reduced enAytvanfa. OLDS 1960. 2-door factory stick.
Motorola, Pilot and Good cond. $925. 1954 OLDS.
Curtis Mathls. Tour credit Is Good running/ cond $225. Ronnie 30 DAYSSome
the IN STOCK OVER
food with us. GAINESVILLE Young 372-4097. ARE CLEANER
MUSIC CENTER 10U W. U""' .
_Aye. 377 54J1. PONTIAC standard 1955.transmission.I cylinder Excellent 4-door BETTER CARS!

condition. $300. Phone PR 6-G271.
Automotive RAMBLER Classic 1963. White. 2- 61 RAMBLERAmerican DIFFERENCEYou Priced At Wholesale and Some BELOWIF
,,
dr, power steering. &.H. Can be 4-dr Sedan.
77 Mobile H..... fer Sale refinanced or take up payments. REALLY
Excellent cond. FR 2-3992. $895 YOU WANT A GOOD CAR AND

NOW SHOWING $TUOEBAKCR Lark 1959 t cyl. THAT
lf4 MOBILE HOMES .....-.rlv.. radio. It heater. $595. 59 FORD Pay SAVE SOME MONEY
t and 3 bedrooms. all Floor Phone 3764250.STUDEBAKER .
f-pss *gr station wagon q--
Plans. Term tailored t* meet
M ton pick-up 1949 tipped with automatic tran.-
your budget. Drive a little and
save a lot at with 'U mater. Excellent tlr** and mission radIO. water power COUNTS !
new_paint '150. Ph. FR 2-7270. tMrlne. flu Factory air con
CONNOLLYMobile ditioning./ Enfoy the summer In NOW'S THE TIME!
S Miles North Home on Sates U. S.Inc.441 )96)Air CHEVY conditioned.II Station auto. wagon trans.. comfort. At Barkley Motors our policy Is Competitive Prices.
Phene JMJ4 radio & heater three seats. $995 I The "DIFFERENCE" II your trade-In is worth more.
Closed Sundays_ white'- side walls.- 4,000 miles I I So before you trade see our quality preOwnedcars
i less than 5 mos. old. $100 cash. I
SPECIAL take up payments. Call 372. J 62 RAMBLERAmbassador I "difference"and check will our high trade allowances. The 60 CHEV 4dr. Impala. automatic radio heater air cond. . . . . .$1445
Itaia Mobile home and 90x100 171 I to J-472S73I after SJ never be less than right now I
I bucket I
lot. 1 mile S. of Paines Prarle. P.M. 400. wide 60 DODGE 4-dr. . . . $595
All State Mobile Homes. FR eats. Automatic transmission. automatic. 6-cylinder ready to go . . .
64 FORD XL 500. This
'$CHEVROLET 2-dr. h a r d- rNio. heater AIR CONDITIONED car is fully equipped -

e-XS2. top. new paint $425.and tires. Good power steering. power I' including factory air conditioning. Very 60 DODGE 4-dr. automatic, '6', PS. R&H. V-8 engine . . . . . $795
condition; only leering, power brake like
40MODELS '51 Wrlgnfs PONTIAC Body Convertible.Works. 2(31( $291 NW low mileage. Save on this practically new 60 CHRYSLER, New Yorker 4-dr. PS. PB. Auto Air condo . . . . . $1425

.. 372- lew.S2295 . . . . $3995
after .
SU 376-9707. car.
4th I I
504. 59 PLYMOUTH Fury 2-dr hardtop PSt Auto R & H. V-8 . . . $895
ON DISPLAY TO CMOOtB 63 PONTIAC2dr hardtop. Loaded. with

SMALL PROM LOWBST DOWN PAY/MINT./PRICES. BRING Superior out Auto the best pointing M your& body car. 60 CHEV I I equipment including factory air conditioning. 69IMPERIAL,4.drhardtop(2)PSPBR&HV-8's.( ) . . . .$1195

TRAILER MARTHwy. work.free pickup'Fast dependable delivery. WRIGHT'S service} transmission station wagon radio. automatic hea- Reduced for this sale to only $2995 59 FORD 4-dr. Golaxie automatic. R&H. power steering . . . . . .$795
17. P- 3311031OPEN NW 4ttl St. ter. This Is I very clean carl 63 FORD Galaxie 500 2-dr
2031 hardtop.
WEEKDAYS BODY PR ""WORKS 01. $1395passenger 58 CADILLAC 4dr. automatic R&H, PS, PB, Air cond . . . . .$995
Cruise-O-Matic transmission, power steer
SUNDAYS UNTIL 9 1 p.m.k TO. 6 VW.radio'63 heater Mlcr -8u.curtains. deluxe low model.mileage ing radio heater. Whitewall tires. SAVE CADILLAC 4-dr. automatic. R&H. PS, PB. sharp . . . . . .$995

EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA seat.. Price very Stiff.clean.Milton Split Motors.front 59 FORD . . . . . . . $2395 58 CHEVROLET 2-dr drives out real good. SAVE . . . . . . $295

FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES _703 N. Main St.. FR 4-7571. I Skyttner. Retractable hardtop 62 CHEVROLET, convertible fully factory 58 BUICK. 4-dr sedan. PS. PB. R&H. Auto, Air cond. . . . . . w .$645
CLEAN Oldsmobile station wa on. i Fully equipped Including equipped including automatic transmission
4120 NW 13th St. 441 South 193*. Excellent condition. Reasonably automatic transmission radio heater. A beautifulcar 57 PLYMOUTH V-8, automatic radio heater. Sharp can ((2)) . . . .$395
Gainesville 371)113 priced. FR 24449. radio. heater power steer.Irig. power steering, ,

Havrs Service IMS.Is a rmist Sunday whIt It xi. ta 7 PRICED for quick sale 1959 discount.. Come before buy this we at recondition a bg! . . . . . . $2095 56 CHRYSLER runs real good. See this one. reduced . . . . ., .$295

MGA.. needs Roadster body mechanicallygood work. $550. It. 63 CHEVROLET. Impala 4dr hardtop. Full 57 OLDS. 4-dr wagon. PS. PB. R & H. runs good . . . . $295
WYATTTrailer call FR 27005. $475 factory equipment including factory air. A
1951 PONTIAC good low 63 VW, Kombie-Bus. station wagon. 7.800 actual miles . . . v. . $1695
$851 Cash. n.'R e-7503. good car at o price . . $2695

Sales ORIGINAL one OWNER. 9 passenger 62 RAMBLER 1 62 FORD 4dr. bedon. Fully equipped including 63 SAAB. 2-dr. 4-speed transmission, radio heater like new . . . $1185

Home of custom station Suburban wagon.59 Good Plymouth American Station Wagon. radio air conditioning. Automatic, radio 63 FITA 1100 1 4-dr sedan. Like new only 13,000 miles . . . . .$1095
Pacemaker' MobU Hornet Condition. P-S P.8. ft i H. heater, standard trans heater. See and SAVE . . $1995
Shasta and Alrslream low mileage. Will sacrifice mission. I 2-dr 2-to choose 63 RAMBLER American 4-dr. automatic. radio & heater. 99S0 ml . . .$1345
62 CHEVROLET. Impala
Travel Traders for 795. May be seen at I
I Ocala's Dealer First- Since Mobile 141 Home 1325 N.E. 12th Terr. I $1395 from. Super Sports, fully equipped Includ- 63 BUICK.! Special 4-dr. station wagon sharp and ready to go . . . .$1945

Ins Silver Phone Sorb 4W-1JM** Blvd. iSO$991 Corvalr_Phone Coupe 3734241 stick or 372-3407.shirt 60 FALCON2dr ing factory air. Come early and take your 62 VALIANT V.200,4-dr. heater 16,000 actual miles, sharp . . . $1495

2-dr Clean and te choice . . . . $2495
ready ,
Ocala. FU. 1957 BUICK. new paint 372-187.$ob. $350. got SAVE. 62 VW Sunroof a real clean little car . . . . . a. . $1495
tx30> mobile home. newly I e mm.stncted. _Phone 3715928 or 62 CHEVROLET, Impala 4-dr sedan 4-to
I* x SO cabana I mfav, 1942 4 dr. Galaxie too. Ford. $1695. $795 choose from. Equipped with automatic PONTIAC. Tempest 4dr. wagon, radio heater clean as a pin. . . . .$1395
from campus. Town a> Country Phone 37242U or 3723407.I960 .
Trailer A. Kelly.Lodge. Ph. 3e-tML W. Ford Sunllner. convertible. 59 FORD 'I transmission power steering. radio, heater CHEVROLET, /2 Ton pickup truck, save a lots here . . . . . .$1495!

\ AMERICAN. 10X 4.'. I BR., I new Phone toP 372 a..521 new or paint 371-3407.lob. $995. Galaxle. radio.MO 4-or heater.haretoo..new Automatic tlret.'A PLUS Factory Air Conditioning $2295 I 61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr wagon. ((2)) PS. R & H, AT. V-8. Air condo . . $1300
front kitchen, lot :t. Hickory ""I. 63 FORD, Galaxie 500. Equipped with
Call 37J..31ss.I 1963 Phone COMET 212Of, 6?. Custom.372-3407. $1595. cream! puff. PRICED TO I power steering radio heater. A real specialat 61 OLDS. 4-dr '88', PS. PB, R&H. AT. This price will shock you . . . ,$1395
I TWO bedroom nous trailer. ItOt
11\I bedroom house trailer $750. 1943 Monza seats Coupe 11695.stick Phone shift.bucket 372-. I S995; . . . ... A . . $2095 61 VALIANT V200. Automatic radio heater nice car. . . . . .$895
CM be rented. prior I1HUt
Monday te Friday t to S. 0145 or 372-M07. 62 FORD I 61 CHRYSLER Newport 2-dr hardtop. .

IT'S FOOLISH 1954 2 OR. Ford.excellent V... A-T.condltkwFAIRLANE *&H. 2-\, I Galaxle SOD 4-dr hardtop. I Fully equipped including air conditioning.

= t:1th Radio heater automatictransmission. Reduced . . ;
to only $1785
2-2S09.
.. pay more RECKLESS to j
$2745
63 DODGE . .... . .... .
62 STUDEBAKER i
pay I.st. GET THE RCA 60 T-BIRD Loaded with accessories Including ....... .... $675
PACTS. Payments as lyw IS 500Must \ $1695 : :
WMf per month with $300 down. setL 1942. Power steering _ factory air. Clean., inside and out. II Automatic, heater. 4-dr real nice condition. '440'. Power steering broke radio heifer, air 1 I

Mobile LAKE/ Homes GENEVA Salt radio" up heater pt..tftts white side of U4.CS.walls.Take 61 RAMBLER See and drive It today . . $2195 I conditioned. Like new Inside! and out. SAVE'.

Mt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia. Call 372-1211 after 4 '-1ft. i America*/ station wagon. Ep- 58 LINCOLN, fully equipped Including factory -
nipped' with automatic tranvr'sston -
finished IN sharp white air conditioning. A real! luxury car.
::: .
; A very pretty car. Economy Many. many carefree miles . $995

I NEW 1964 GMC II. I tool $995No Test the Sunbeam "Imp" Phone SPECIAL ] I-YEAR GW

61 S RIT.E. m.... .... .... ...... $945
\ ANDPICKUP S> 15 Unique Sports Car features 6-3400 Cony rtible. nice. nIce: WARRANTY

I ( TRUCKS Down Payment : .i Racing style engine

40 Miles per gallon of gasoline

AS 57 FORD. wagon $395 .i 5,000 mile service Interval
:

LOW $17 5 Down III'III'I 57 57 CHIVY PLYMOUTH w.fooi. $395$595

Powers Motor Co.
AS 57 59 PLYMOUTH RAMBLER. wa.. 549S'Sot $59 I $1495 Hawes -

I I CHEVROLET $150
I 5 633 Per Month 'Including tax. title

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life liuvraMCC. fi.iacn claar.... Many mort to choose from. P.O.E. SEE: J. L, Smith Frank Gray Wilbur SJigh. Mac McCullough.


NO GIMMICKS Can .. fcewjht at these Plymouth-V lianf-Chrysle'-Imperlal-Slmca, Sales and Service
I terms! 2-Jose. (. stock t. cheese from. I RIDGWAYMOTOR : Motors .i

Tropical Pontiac i CO. Barkley I "We will not be undersold or out-traded"

II i "'|'n the' Auto Game Berkley's the Name"N.Mos'n FR 63400i
GMC Truck Center I I, 1132 S. Main St. 2201 FR 312 N. Main.St..

:t I I 220 N.W. 8th Ayo. FR ':,: -, : FR 2-8433 2-43731 -


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WATCH FOR THESE BARGAIN BUYS EVERY MONDAY IN THE GAINESVILLE SUN

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I 6-OL RIB EYESTEAK POCKET TRANSISTOR CEIGER'S

GAINESVILLE'SOWN
PORTABLEby I fIi I EXTRA SPECIALSFOR

TUESDAY ONLYDRESSES
ARVIN
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------- No. 63R38WALNUT
LEATHER CABOTCHARCOAL

7 Transistor Plus
SPECIAL Diode One Group

Slide Rule Tuning Sizes for Juniors, Misses ]

6-Or. Ribeye Steak Baked Potato 6 Ear Phone Jack and tons Women, arnel in jersey crepe cot-and $15

.. Tossed Salad, choice of dressing linen.
.. Hot Rolls Butter Honey ONE DAY S'1995 10-LB. 59..: REG. $25.98
REG. PRICE ONLY ,
$24.95 BAG : ONE GROUP

50 RADIO & TV DEPARTMENT DRESSES-SUITS
$ : .
NO. 420 TRUE TEMPER Save 10.00 '
REG. One day

spinning reel I $15.75 I $5.75 only 20LB. ; : 99CBAG REG. $49.98 331/3! OFF


Served -11:15 to 2 and 5 p.m. to 8 pm.: I3f1IRD tlriM M...Ne

PRIMROS.E INN 4'et4 efJlHlJ'UtJIlffREE i&-m. JCb.CENTRAL. < g4NORTH

214 W.University Ave. 6-5329 ." PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER

FREE PARKING IN REAR [ PARKING ON TOWER LOT "PLENTY OF FREE PARKING" SIDE OF THE SQUARE

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aTx PARKING LOTS FOR YOUR CONVENIENT DOWNTOWN SHOPPING
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7$SPACES. I I"I L J 1 1.1 1 IUI II II IL I
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100 ONLY16"x26"
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JDDO HALL cITT ssaPAClis 5l2gLSuMls IOUU n DOLJDDD U

Swivel back for :llodernOccasional taT '
2. PAC[$

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finish.Covered 42$PACiS
in your fRirr .. ...
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furniture city" LOT 1 ............... tOT-S: Penney's combined their two best fills kapok
iit LrACE si and foam shreds for a pillow of unusual softness
Open Tonight C ::::::::::::'::: rtsr U4PLfLb YOUrIiIrstj and resiliency! And the.price is a very special $1,
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0 Kh "SE 1st AVE I D D nJ1no ................ unbelievable for a pillow value like this! Blue and
'Til 9. :: ................ white cotton cover stock up today!

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: WOOLWORTH'SLADIES cirtss>ltklesttoatlof
wonderful i Four 6%*Pynapower
GRESHAM DRUGS r Red Speakers with aluminum wits
Hot mmm 3 coils
I L YOUR DOWNTOWN LIGGETT STORE m NYLON 4-speed automatic FLIP-
SPeCial DOWN changer with 11
DRESS GLOVES ( k = turntable accommodates
77 6 records
12 W. UNIV. AVE. FR 2-2558 1 I fl White or Pastel See I ItToday G-EC-100A ceramic stereo
I
cartridge for flawless
REG. $3.50. 16-0%. Regular $1.00 performance of mondor&l
PAIR
and stereo records
METAMUCIL 222 ASTOUNDINGLOW ,. .* Diamond stylus for 16-,
LOW PRICE. LADIES DRESS StereophonicPhonograph 33-,and 45-rpm records;
REG. 98c, 8ox.DERMASSAGE. -HATSWhite 7 synthetic records sapphire for 78-rpas

54* Only << w or Pastel.-Veil; $13 G-E Tonal 1 tone arm
0.S ; :fio .r Flower Trim prevents protects records resonance problem:
WERE $2.99CHILDREN'S
4Dr. MURINE' .a. S Washable, scuff-proof

EYE ROPS 37 $499'Great DRESS vinyl-clad case 9995
Hinged, detachable
1 i HATS C speaker wings can be
to 25 ft.
separated up
REG. 98c. J 8 8
cotfee-makinE news from volume, channelbalance
Separate
the nation's largest jewelers... WERE $1.99 and con. CHACE &
BROMO Seltzer 63 West.Bend's fully automatic Y. : tinuous variable tone
perk...brews 5 to 9 delicious yM.t control. KITCHENS I
cups of coffee to your exact
preference and keeps it hot '3 ON THE SQUARE
yOtJg NONEY WORTH NiJREArWOOLWORTH.S channel
Dual amplifier
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YOUR GE DEALER FOR 25
NO MONEY DOWN for true fidelity. YRS.
13th Pharmacy BUY QUALITY
45-rpm spindle at no exTHERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
CHARGE !T!Ave.IZALE'S
N.W. 13th St. & 16th Ave. FR 6-2668 12 E. University NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE SQUARE tra cost. fOR QUALITY

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SPECIAL QUANTITIES AVAILABLE PURCHASELIMITED NATIONALCLOTHING Look What 39c Will Buy! ENAMELWARE

AT THE
STORE
Superiscount Store
208 W. UNIVERSITY AVE GAINESVILLE'S ONLY TRUE DISCOUNT
NEXT TO PRIMROSE INN HEALTH & BEAUTY AID STORE
REFRIGERATOR. 9 W.University Ave. Downtown GainesvilleYou PERCOLATORS DOUBLE BOILERS
FREEZER Special POTS DISH PANS PAILS SAUCE PANS
pay less-Much less-on every item every day
Selection YOUR CHOICE
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WITH FREE PUMP DISPENSER

I >v 15888 Short Sleeve Jergen's Lotion 39c

CHARLES ANTELL $1.00 VALUE
k SPORTSHIRTS Hair Spray . 39c

TERMS LIST
-- TO FIT YOUR PRELL Shampoo 39c

l BUDGETModel COLGATE UST 1ge I
One Day Only Tooth Brushes 39c

EKT-12FM NORWICH 100' $1.00 VALUE

At this price. you can i hardly afford-to be mfeest ASPIRIN. 39jflEW
leeMagic*automate -mak..RepIMes my cube ,$1,88
you nae .'... automatically!Moo features:2.9 eu.ft."zerodegree" STORE HOURS
freezer.Vegetable eriaper.. ADd tbere'c. 9-9 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY:-9SATURDAY
It2 ca.ft.ol r lrif rftted space_ia aH! SOLIDS PLAIDS -

3 for,$5.50. ,,. DISCOUNT
CHECKS, STRIPES SUPER D
The VARIETY STORE. ASSORTED'PATTERNS and FABRICS CENTER l r I I I'
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