Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
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System ID: UF00079931:00095
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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.: ? ;i II : .,' TALLAHASSEE (AP-Con- ,Nevertheless, if the amendment sentation. ment Whatever the plan, It Dickinson of West Palm Beach: : I

'J TheyStand .. (. tinuing unrest among city dwellers is rejected, the statute will Mayor Robert King High of must approach representation unfair apportionment is I
t -. OW'-' .I,' throughout Florida about remain in effect; but only until Miami also favored strongly a according to population as closeto nothing but taxation without

their representation in the state the U.S. Supreme Court rules on move to provide proper appor mathematical equality as pos
Legislature catapulted thequestion its validity in an attack filed last tionment. sible. Equally, I would take a representation. No one can takea

of reapportionment square year. The others favored fair appor- strong stand for congressional clear stand on this question

into the lOOt governor's race. Of the six Democratic and tionment; but they presented no redistricting provided the inequities until the U.S. Supreme Court
have not been eliminated delivers an opinion. But I could
(Editor's Note: The six Democratic and three Re- The January 1963 special leg- three Republican candidates for solution.H not have of
administration. adopted slogan
to next my
prior -
El publican candidates for governor of Florida responded islative 'session reapportionedthe governor, only Rep. Fred Karlof 'to their positionson by statute and Volusia took clear on the issue of reappor- familiaritywith
an Associated Press request for Legislature County a urban problems as out a firm, unalterable belief
'i several major issues facing the next administra- adopted a companion constitu- firm stand on the issue, sayinghe tionment: mayor
for 15 would help him give that all of the people of Florida
dis. amendment scheduled wanted take the traditional Democrats: years
I tion. Each issue and the candidates' views will be tional to attention to the of must be represented fairly."
cussed in. separate dispatches. Today's, installment consideration at the Nov. 3 control of the Legislature from Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack- problems Mayor Robert King High of
,discusses reapportionment.) general election to make the the small counties and give the sonville: ". strong stand for heavily populated areas.
seating permanent. metropolitan areas fair repre- fair and equitable reapportion- Former Sen. Fred 0. (Bud) (See PLATFORM on Page S) I'


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WASHINGTON (AP) Gen. .Z CAPE KENNEDY (AP) Eight persons were injured

Curtis E. LeMay says he be- several seriously, today when a rocket engine being

lieves the Soviet Union has narrowed joined with a space payload ignited in a checkout buikling.
the gap of U.S. military n. Kv + r ,
I superiority and the United There was no immediate word on whether the five-

States should develop a 100-meg- :. foot-tall solid propellant rocket blew apart after the ig-

aton nuclear bomb. nition.A .
Lost Control
{ Stepping indirectly into the NASA spokesman said the accident occured as an
; missile reliability battle be- :orbiting Solar Observatory OSO was being mated with
A Jacksonville telephone man lost control of his truck and hit an electric pole near
tween Secretary of Defense Rob- the third stage of a Delta rocket for a series of pre-launch
l Park this morning., It demolished the telephone company truck.strewed + ,
Grove early
ert S. McNamara and Sen. Bar- checks in a building referred to as a spintest facility.
its load over the. landscape, and knocked out electricity between Grove Park and
Lochloosa. The driver, George G. Klicker, was wearing a seat belt and escaped with ry Goldwater, R-Ariz., the Air The OSO was to have been launched next Tuesday to

only a bump on the head, according to Sheriff Joe Crevasse., (Sun Photo by .Eddie "would Force chief'of probably not staff give says as optimistic he- explore sun-earth relations. The spacecraft was damaged.

4-f. Davis) a picture" of U.S. mis- LeMAY

n siles as McNamara would.

** City ProjeStudyGiven'c As LeMay's views to a coin
If r Trials Scheduled gressional group last February Report of Khrushchev'sDeath -

f were made public today, state-
.. ments by McNamara and, Gold-

water added new fuel to their .

l In Store Burglary Committees dispute.In 'Highly Exaggerated9HAMBURG

a position paper on "De- -
fense for the SpaceAge'
Two accused safe crackers They were among some 60 accused City Commissioners dividedthe Strategy out by the Goldwaterfor Germany (AP- a statement said. A spokesmansaid shchev. The inquiry was said to
in felons whose cases went put all those involved in have originated in the Bonn of.
,, pleaded innocent yesterday $6 million propects in the President Committee, the A West German news agency were
ofT before the court. the head office in fice of a
I Circuit Court to charges capital improvements programfor Arizona Republican argued "we apologized today for circulatingan agency's Japanese newspaper

breaking and entering and possessing After arraignments, court re- committee study last nightin cannot put sole reliance on mis- erroneous report that Soviet Hamburg.The DPA moved a flash saying

burglary tools. cessed until 9:30 ajn. Monday anticipation of the April 22 sile systems." He charged that Premier Khrushchev had died. agency said It receivedan "Khrushchev dead" at 9:49: p.m.
when trials will start for others bond sale. Teletype from a -3:48 p.m. EST.
inquiry by
They allegedly broke into Wilson's "not a single new weapons sys- The report monday night
who innocent in court West German radio station quoting -
pleaded tem has been inaugurated since
Jan. 20 caused sensation around the
Department Store City Manager Bill Green a This was followed five minutes -
what purported to be a Tass
and took $1,600 from the safe. emphasized that commissioners 1961. world and sent stock prices later by a oneparagraphstory
They're Wayne Brooks and Except for seven capital cases concentrate their initial studiesto LeMay, a strong backer of tumbling on the U.S. Pacific story on the death of Khru- under a Moscow dateline .

:Robert Wayne Chapman.Circuit now under consideration by the a site and choice of architectfor manned bombers, said in his'Feb. Coast before the directorgeneral which said: I

Judge George L. Pat- grand jury, the Brooks and 'the new city hall before testimony to the HouseArmed of Tass, the Soviet news "Soviet Premier Khrushchev

( ten scheduled trials for them Chapman cases are expected to' planning many of the related Services Appropriations agency, termed it "rubbish. BEATLES died suddenly Monday at 2019

for 9:30,ajn. April 27 when they highlight this term of Circuit projects such as library planning subcommittee that complete reliance Tass reported today that CET-2:19 p.m. EST-four days

were arraigned in the opening Court. They were caught near or thoroughfare work on missile weaponry in Khrushchev had begun talks CIRCA 1378 before his 70th birthday as a re-
I the scene of the safe crackingthe downtown.The the future would put the United Polish Com-
session yesterday of the court'sspring this morning with sult of an acute hephocapalyti-
of Jan. 20. States "in a musclebound posi- N. Y. AP ,... Work-
night CLYDE, ( )
f term. suggestion that the city tion. You the munist Party Secretary Waldys- rosis. (according to Tau)."
are endangering down
men who were tearing a
Premier Jo-
Money taken from the safe library be incorporated with the defense of the country by depending law Gomulka and arrivedin house here found a printed A number of European news
was recovered. Alleged burg-. new city hall was taken under this sef Cyrankiewicz, who
DismissalOf on weapons system from War- card announcing a dance at agencies that have an exchange
lary tools were found with the advisement by the commission. alone because you have no flexibility Moscow Monday 'Perkins Hall, Tuesday evening, agreement with DPA picked up
Another r e c o m mendation saw.
men. the
April 9, 1878. dispatch. All quoted the
In other cases yesterday, from the audience at lastnight's DP Deutsche Presse Agen- announced
Election Goldwater, seeking the Republican The card also : German agency as the source.
Judge Patten: c o m m i s sion meet- presidential nomina- tur-the West German ,news "Music by the Beatles, full or At 10:12 p.m. DPA issued a

t -Sentenced Willie J a mes ing, that the city hall be located tion, had questioned the reliabil- agency-announced it is makinga chestra." note to editors to withheld the

Suit SoughtA Thomas, 22, a man who won a east of the present Univer- ity of U.S. missiles and spokeof full investigation to determine Nobody in this central New story. It said "the matter was
new trial under the Supreme sity Avenue site under consid- a "dependability gap" while how the erroneous dispatch got York village can recall the

circuit court hearing on Dr. Court's ruling in the Gideon eration was also referred to campaigning earlier this year onto its wires. Beatles of '78 or Perkins Hall. still being looked into."

Andrews' election con- Case last year, to one year instead committee for study. in New Hampshire.In Staff members connected with The agency then 1 issued a
.,1 Edwin two for statement that an error had
of original the affair have been suspended,
for 1:30 The commission asked the position distrib-
test suit was two instead of the new paper been made due to a garbled
i today before Circuit Judge escape, years plan director David Goldschalk uted today, he said he would
p.m. and conversation between
three for breaking a Japa-
original for,a recommendation "as continue to raise fundamental
consider soonas'possible"
Patten to Receive
George entering and nolle prossed 3,100 to DegreesAt nese journalist and an employeof
Osee Fagan's motion about city ball: questions about the reliability of .
Attorney and Tass in Moscow.
another burglary charge; .
In other action last night the American intercontinental ballistic
to dismiss the suit. Johnny Lee Coats, 29, robbery, DPA said the Japanese journalist
commission approved a resolution missiles. But, he' added
Fagan filed two motions In another Gideon prisoner, 15 UF CeremollSunday had inquired why an
setting more assessmentsin "this nation cannot survive, in
the suit yesterday one ask- years instead of his original six English-language Taw reporton
the west Gainesville sewer this new era, without masteryof
ing for ,dismissal and the other months to 30 years. ,project the uses of and heavy The University of Florida will a speech Monday nifht by
asking that all registration -Set trials for April 20 after There will be no commission reliance: on missiles." formally confer degrees on the Soviet premier was not be-

books and rolls be impounded innocent pleas were entered by meeting next Monday. earlier mis- some 3,100 students at 3 p.m. ing completed. He apparently
i by the court. Donald Earl Hilliard, 21. three His comments on Sunday at Florida Field at its misunderstood the answer giv-
The motion for dismissalwas counts of forgery; Arthur Au- .-** siles had drawn a' prompt retort annual commencement pro en to him in Russian, DPA said.

made on the grounds .that gusta Carney, 36, and Louise Goldvate1'Faces from McNamara, who looks gram. M1' tiF One story circulating in Mos-
failed-. Stone Rozin 34, both breakinginto with pride upon the nations nuclear -
Dr.-Andrews' complaint The ceremonies honor 1,843 cow was that the Japanese correspondent
and conventional forces.In .
f to state a cause of action. a car; Nick Fields, 47, students who have earned degrees r was told the broadcast -

The other motion asked that transportation and possessionof Test Feb. 19 testimony made since May, 1963 and 1276 ,- had stopped because the

f other county records be included moonshine; public today by the House Appropriations candidates for degrees for story or the circuit was dead
of'Gainesville General Grant Forman, 36, CHICAGO subcommittee, he trimester.The understood that
with the City AP) -Sen. Barry the winter and he Khrushchev -
two counts of stealing timber took a new at Goldwater
records already impounded ; Goldwater of Arizona, seekinga rap 58 doctoral candidates was dead. But Japanese .
Willie James Shorter 35, two without mentioning his name.
In another action yesterday boost in his drive for the Re- this trimester make a total of correspondents in Moscow said }
of and McNamara said "It is abso-
counts breaking entering; :
election controversy 149 such degrees awarded by had sent such
Involving the publican presidential nomina- they no report"Up :
Willie Pope, 36, breaking and lutely irresponsible" to tell
Registration.Supervisor Mrs. entering; Willie Woody, 21. tion, tests his vote-getting appeal Americans and Russians that the University since theJast for- to now,"DPA said today,
called a mal commencement. Candidatesfor "it Is clear what eeneeetfen
Alma Bethea press today in the Illinois presi- not
shooting into a building; and U.S. missiles are not dependable. include under-

conference issue late a yesterday report of morning some Clifford Raymond Miller, 47, an dential preference primary ele6- "This is the way to destroy, graduate degrees students and 1,031,245 grad- (See MKITA on Page 2))
to tion-
taken from two witnesses appeal under the Gideon ruling this is the way to erode away uate students.The .
testimony More than a million the deterrent of this
Republicans strength
her attorney, Richard See COURT on Page 2)) exercises also honor stu-
by ( Quake Damage
lured the is deter-
by a bitter battle country, force that dents who earned degrees dur-
Wilson. for the gubernatorial nomination ring the Soviets from nuclear BURCHINAL
The was an interviewby ing the spring and fall trimes-
Wilson report of one of Mrs. Be- were expected to go to the attack on this country. ters. These included 1,320 bach- ences Building Auditorium of At 85 Million

thea's registration deputies, Wy- WHERETO polls. Democrats predicted a In his testimony, LeMay said elor's and 523 master's degrees. the J. Hillis Miller Health Ceo
he thought US. SLAVONSKI BROD, Yugoslavia -
turnout of 900,090 although Gov. military
and J. D. Mc- Dr. J. George Harrar president
nelle Carver, '
Otto Kerner was unopposed in strength Is "definitely superior of the Rockefener Foundation ter.Speaker for the commissioning (AP) The earthquake

Neal Wilson: f Ocald.declined to say whether FIND IT his bid for reaemination. to the Soviet Union's now. is commencement speaker.He exercises is Lt. General David Monday centered near this mid-

had connection In the Republican contest for "But I do not think' it is as will also receive an honorary A. Burchinal, Director of the Yugoslav industrial city caased
the testimony
with the supervisor'srole Comics *, . 7' governor, Charles H. Percy, 44. superior relatively as it was a degree from the University Joint Staff, Headquarterr of the damage of more than $5 million
Classified .13-15 few years ago. In other words, former Joint of Staff Pentagon in the district city offldak an
in the Andrews' suit c o n- board chairman of Bell & Howell as.will R. A. Gray, Chiefs
testIng the March 17 city elec- Entertainment 12 Co.," who is making his first the gap is narrowing!' LeMay Secretary of State for Florida. Washington. nounced. takento
Obituaries . 2;- said. three graduates who About 60 persons were
tion the investi- bid for public office, opposes Thirty -: The Sunday commencement
or grand Opinion Page . 4 Treasurer William J. "The gap has narrowed andI 'become officers in the armed includes presentationof the hospital. _
gation ,of alleged election irregularities . 9 10 State do not think it was necessaryto will be sworn in at program Awards Three were in critical condition .,
Sports Scott, 31, a, supporter of Gold- forces Significant Alumni to
In the city election of least the ridthree seriously in-
6 let it narrow,-at to ceremonies al 2:30 pjn.
Women . water. Percy has made no endorsement special
two commissioners and a. char. in the Medical Sell .(See GRADS on Page S) jured.
ter change. > 1 -... .for presideat (See LE MAY on Page 2)

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Investigations ,
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'tt guilty W. E. Harris,Booth worthless 17 C, D -ZONESB Partly cloudy ........ ALACHUA GENERAL Belker and son, Mrs. Joyce
check; John Henry HOSPITAL Thomas and son, Mrs. ,Geral- I
James Boston, 39 through Wednesday, few scattered
forgery .... April 11 dine Uberbacher.
: showers. Low tonight 65. -.:. sons, Mrs.
shooting into a house; George \ BIRTHSMr. Connie
High Wednesday 82. South .4\M0 Knight son,_ Mrs.
\: Bennett Brown 21, three counts r'erly and Mrs. James Banks, Betty Lee Tanner and daughter
10 to ,
20 mile winds. '
of forgery; Addie Calhoun 54. .".-\ .. Rt 1 Box 818, Brooker, a boy; 'Mrs. Mary B. Dunlap, '-Ms.
) possession of moonshine; Frank A Scattered thundershowers this \..:' Mr. and Mrs. Wendell N. Wade, Blanch Thompson and sonUite.

Dampier, 21, perjury; Walter Blflht.afternoon becoming and In partly east portion cloudy to- \ 812 NE 8th Ave.,city a boy. Mary Oder, Mi!. Mary Wtr.. and
?i Haynes, 26, shooting into a Wed sday. No Important temper.lure .- I ADMITTED son, Mr. Charles
ir 1 W/- Garrett
changes. Low tonight 54 to X
house William E. Harris, 51, ,, .
; big Wednesday 79 to 74. ., ... Mildred Martha John on, Mrs. Ruth Ward' d son, Ver- I
!I worthless check Charles$ Frank E, F, H. I Partly cloudy H Margaret Sarah Laessle, die Mitchell. Mrs. Virginia.C iU- I
Monts, 23, breaking and enter through Wednesday. Low tonight 6J Deborah Williams Washington I then Sam
to 70. High Wednesday U to 90. Most- .. _. -
it itI : ing; Brackie Rice, 17, breakingand mile ly southeast winds.G. and south 19 to 20 Albert Gallagher Welch, Douglas nest T. Moore, Mrs. 'Josephine

itI I entering; Alexander Stringfell ow, McNamara, Roundtre ba.b

I ITI: Garfield Robinson, 67, posses- Wednesday.. J, K -Low Partly tonight cloudy 70 through to 7$. .' iP' Mayola Anne Woods, Judith girl. y

J sion of a still Lawrence Rose High Wednesday 80 to 85. East Sandra Wade, Edward Joseph ALACHUA_GENERAL
39, possession of moonshine i and southeast 10 to 20 mile winds. GAINESVILLE WEATHER
Shea, Mildred Martha Johnson, HOSPITAL -

'I 'EI E- Lewis Andrew of moonshine Black, 23 Lonnie, possession *. Municipal Airport readings all of Gainesville; Evie Posey, April!
H I ALMANAC for 24 hours to 8 ajnj. today: Hawthorne; Dennis Scott, Chief- BIRTHSMr.
Wright 38 transportation and
Dental possession, ,of moonshine. Sunset today ':56 pjn. High 87 at 4 p.m., low 65 at land; Ellen W. Goings, Hialeah; and Mrs. Mark S. Graham

; CollegePlanning Sunrise tomorrow 6:03 ajn. 5 a.m. No rain.TEMPERATURES Bernita Estella Banks, Brooker Rt. 1 Box 25, Ft. White, .
-Passed because
charges defendants The Moon at Perigee today sets to-
Ada Louise White Otter
night at 9:35 pjn. Creek. a girl; Mr. and Mrs. JimmieE.
for a dental college at.the University of Florida's J. Hillis Miller weren't in custody, De- Above It to the left U the star, AU ELSEWHERE DISMISSEDMrs. Joiner, 125 NE 20th St., cify,
end above Aldebaran (to the
r Health Center got under way formally yesterday as dentists from all over the Laura Bishop, worthless check; right) II the planet. Venus. Th. brIJ- c High Low Preclp. Helen Hersey, Joy e a boy; Mr. and Mrs. ThomasM.

I : state convened here. Among the participants in the planning of the dental hool Holland 0. Coburn, grand larceny 'lance since of December.Venus has been Increasing Miami Jecksonvilis .2.0 61 7S -- Ellsey, Phyllis E. Hodges, Benjamin Van Ness 3680 SW Archer

,r were (from left) Dr. John C. Brauer, dean of the School of Dentistry at the and ;entering Robert Mrs.Dixon E., breakup C. Gre- CEDAR kEY TIDES Tampa Atlanta Ct$4 "70 .5S- Scruggs, Mrs. Etta Johnson Road, city, a girl. ,

university of,North,Carolina; Dr.-Lewis. .Marchandr chairman of ,the advisory ; New Orleans 11 66 U1 Fannie Mae Riggins, Mrs. ADMITTEDWilliam
ary, worthless check; Jack E. Wednesday High et 3:41 ..rn. end Boston 60 47 .04
committee; Dr. Donald Morrison, member of the advisory committee; and Dr. 3 p.m. Low et 9:10 un. end 10:10 P.rn. New York 64" 53 .n Lavenla Aldridge, Mrs. Ella E. Curtis Wilson, ,

t( Donald J. Galagan, chief of the U. S. Division of Dental Public Health and Re Harvey William, E.30,Purinton worthless, 28,check three; MARINE FORECAST Washington Chicago 69 64" 51 4S .11- Hobdy, Robert S. Sanders, Mrs. Charles Herron Fairbanks,

Kansas City 64" 42 Fannie-. Price. Mrs. Alexander
i sources. Marilyn Fred Smith, John
T .. .. ...... -" .... counts of worthless of checks; and winds EAST 10 GULF to 15: knots Variable through mostly Wednes-south Ft.Denver Worth 71 52 4S 33 -- Matthew Nash, Mrs. Doris She- \
two counts
obtaining narcotic day. Partly cloudy few showers In Los Angeles' 89 64" -
More AboutPlatform drugs by fraud.Suspended north. Sceflic 53 43 More About hee Boals, Mrs. Muriel Louise :

I S Retirement the sentence of: Collins, John Horace Jennings, 1

.. Cleveland John Donar Jr., 23, Mrs. Patricia Ann Van Ness,
:--- More LeMay Mrs. Alice Elsa Owens Donna
Gideon Shooting
a prisoner charged with i
Ruth Joiner, Joseph Charlie
I[ Hike in Day, all of Gainesville; Mrs.
Prospect From 1
; S Page against-Nolle Don Pressed Martin Monismith c h a r ges, From Page 1 Addie Mae Richburg, Alachua;

Miami (former chairman of the 33 Pedro Wilson extent it has, because we J. Mack Coker, Alachua; Jesse j
forgery; 43, Erupts on Cyprus
: WASHINGTON' (CAP: -'The arouse anything like_the opposition -Florida Mayors for Fair Appor. possession of moonshine Gary dropped!_off on our testing pro- Shannon Bagley, Mayo.DISMISSED. ,
.chances of an increase in the that has resisted every tionment Committee): "We are ; I gram. If we had had a more '
Zane Mattox, 31, non-support
basic retirement payment under move to add health care to ,the participating> in the suit now before Willie Lee Anderson, ; NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP-Tur- the shooting ceased, U.N. off -aggressive testing program, I 'I Mrs. Ellen W. Goings, WalterD. 1

'Social Security appear to be Social Security System. the U.S. Supreme Court at- Willie B. Bradshaw, grand escape larceny key's army regulars on Cypruswere dais reported.In think we would still be further, Smith, Mrs. Margaret Cor-

"bright this year.. ,There has'been 110 over-all increase I tacking the present apportionment ; Emanuel Brown, three fired on today at their ahead of the Russians in atomic ley and daughter, Mabel Craw-

:'Such an increase could be abyproductand in the old age_retirement statute as being unconsti-:counts of stealing timber Char camp north of Nicosia. They Nicosia itself, the commu- weapons than we now are. Ford, Mrs. Ethel L. Brown, Mrs. \'

: perhaps the payment since 'Jan.1, 1959. :tutional. We will also campaign 'lie Clark Jr., attempted break threatened retaliation unless nal warfare between Greek and So it was inevitable that Russia Landa Dawson and daughter, 'I

only immediate result-of the However, in ,August 1961, the against ratification (of the companion ing and entering James Davis Turkish Cypriots erupted with would get into the atomic Mrs. Virginia Ulm, Mrs. Mamie "
; ,
,c&ntinuing pressure for a federal -minimum payment was in- > constitutional amendment aggravated assault; Bruce E. More About new bloodshed. Turkish Cypriot business, yes, but it was not in- Stalnaker, Douglas Stringfellow, ,,1

.old age health plan added to creased from $33 to $40 a month. : in November. Many of the Dingley, breaking and entering snipers sprayed a crowded evitable that they would close 'Mrs. Ellen Joyce Grimes, Mrs. I,

4he Social Security System. The monthly maximum for'Inequities obtaining in Florida J. E. Evans, grand larceny I Greek Cypriot market place, the gap as much as they did." Dorothy Porter, Mrs. Evelyn F. ;

Another possible outcome those fully covered now is $127at :with reference to taxes, school John Alfred Gibson, robbery; ,i NikitaFrom killing at least one person and In this connection, LeMay Raper, Mrs. Dorothy M. Ray- !
Wives 65 older ; wounding two others.A said "we in the AIr borne and James
would be a revamping of the age 65. or facilities, etc., can be laid at James Hall and Walter Haynes Force have son, Acosta.
receive half their husbands' ben the of ,. always been in favor of developing ACCIDENT ROUNDUP
i doorstep a malapportion- -
;Resent state-federal system of both assault with intent to murder report to U.N. peacekeeping
( efits. Optional reduced pay- ed legislature." Page 1 a large weapon," suchas Involved in accidents reported -
medical care for the aged to ; officials from the Turkish
ments be had at between Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla a 100-megaton bomb. to Gainesville Police duringthe
may ages
;take in a broader income bracket Herbert Head, truck theft; Alfred regulars said a burst from a
62 and 65. County: "The present plan is not there is between a call that a Rep. George H. Mahon, D- last 24 hours:
: and to de-emphasize what Nathaniel bills, robbery light machine gun position was
A majority of the Ways and fair: it is neither representativeof ; Japanese correspondent in Mos- Tex., subcommittee chairman, Gloria J. Elliot, 2232 SE 10th
-many critics regard,as the welfare Dorothy Jackson, forgery Arch- fired at their encampment at
: Means Committee, which bandies the people nor responsive to ible cow made to Tass about an interruption said, "This is sort of a moot Ave., and Elaine R. Burak,
aspects of the program. Clarence Lewis, shot into Ortakoy. The Turks said the
the all Social Security legis! -the will of the people. An equitable -house Howard ,' of the Soviet agency's question at this stage, is it not, 1020 SW 8th Ave., at SW 2nd
=:: These were prospects Lillie, worth firing came from Greek Cypriot
Lion is understood still to must be service and in view of the test-ban ?" Avenue and 2nd Street at 5:12
-as, the House Ways and Means oppose > plan put into effectif less check; Thomas A. Lineman,i English language positions at a race track southwest treaty :
Committee scheduled more the medical care plan. Florida is to progress and if worthless check the message which contains the of the camp. "I believe we should go ahead pjn. yesterday.

-dcsed- oor discussions of theUsocial But some of those who opposeit the people are to be fairly and Ward J. Meyer, worthless time and cause of Khrushchev'sdeath. I and develop it," LeMay re Charles B. Pruitt, Graham 1

Security health care plan are known to be willing to consider honestly represented. We must check; George Michaels, receiving ." Like the Greek army contingent plied. Area at the University, on his ,

President Johnson backs-and an increase in the old age break the small-county control stolen property Lloyd "The Deutsche Presse Agen- of 950, the Turkish force LeMay did not say In the cen- motor scooter at W. University
benefit based the argumentthat that exists and ; has out of the communal sored whether he Avenue and the Roadat
2T related matters, covering a on now. give to the Mooney, grand larceny; MarthaM. fur regrets that through chain kept testimony Newberry j
Abroad field. the slow but continuous in-i people of the more populousareas Rourks, worthless check of misunderstandings this mes- fighting. Both Greeks and Turks thought the big bomb would 11:55 a.m. yesterday.

!-::An increase in the retirement crease in living costs has erod- the fair representation to Nellie Ruth Perry, aggravated sage was used as a starting however, moved out of their encampments :-have,to be tested in violation of Walter R. Glafcke, 1514 NE ,

:payment would fit in well with ed the means of older persons. which they-are legally and mor- assault John Simpson, forgery point for the erroneous re to camps near NIcosia the limited ban against nuclear '14th St., and Howard K. Bott, ;

-J hnson's antipoverty program dependent on Social Security. ally entitled." Karl said his first Charles Woodrow Theus, attempted ; ports." after the Turkish and weapons tests in space, in the Miami, in the 1700 block.of-NW

.land would not be likely to Presumably, many members act as governor would be to calla breaking and ,entering; The illness given in the erroneous -Greek Cypriot fighting broke atmosphere and under water. 1st Avenue at 12:10 p.m. yester

of Congress would welcome an reapportionment special legislative -James Tucker, entering without story as the cause of out last December. The an- But in testimony last summer

opportunity to cast ,an .election. session. breaking; Robert Viet 0 r Khrushchev's death does not nounced aims of the Turks was before the Senate Preparedness day.Marilyn D. Gilley, 1022 NE

Cuba year vote "for the old folks,"I Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland: grand larceny; y, appear .in any medical dictionary. to protect the Turkish Cypriot Investigating subcommittee in 3rd Ave., and an unidentified

Deny without becoming embroiled in' "I favor reapportionment of one D. L. Westmoreland worth- Doctors queried, on the minority if necessary. connection with ratification of parked car in the First Federal
It : the emotion-filled controversyover house of the the and other officials and Loan Association
Legislature on a less check; Charles Williams, matter said they never heard of Troopers of the UJJ. treaty, LeMay Savings
: medical care.llorc population basis. The other peace said the United States parking lot at 11:55 a.mycster-
: Offered Aid worthless check; Ray Williams, it. A DPA spokesman said this force, along with Greek Cypriot

...... louse.should_ be set upon_ a geographic -,car theft: Eddie Wimms. assault -teas..- -ftnA--- nf fh- -> ihinerc 0- hpno police and guardsmen, moved could make much higher-yield day.

'-, 'WASHINGTON (AP) TheUnited About and economic basis." with intent to rape;;-James- 'checked into. ndo:1: into the market place quickly weapons even without atmos- I Fire Calls
Sen. John Mathews of Jack- Daniel Walkter, statutory The report reached and pheric tests. At 2:07: pjn. yesterday, a
States tried during 1959"and sonville: "I am opposed to the.Sonny Salada Smith rape began patroling.U.N. In the House testimony, Ma- grass fire near NW 23rd'Boulevard -
assault to just as morning papers were
'Jflth early Cuba's 1960 Castro to open regime talks ont GradsFrom constitutional amendment whichis murder and two attempted rob- rolling off their first editions. It headquarters said officials -hon recalled there was much i on N. Main StreetAt I

a companion to the present Edward investigating tile. controversy in recent years 7:25 p.m. yesterday
Outstanding differences" but bery; L. Roop, attempted -got into print in one-the stop were I
statute on reapportionment be- robbery. column of the Mail. shooting and negotiating with i over so-called bomber gaps and mattress on fire in a bedroom !
press Daily
did not offer aid, a State Department Page 1J. cause I do not think the Senate The British Foreign Office both sides. missile gaps, and "now we come at 907 NW 4th Place. :

spokesman says. I formula is fair. The Florida Senate alerted Rich- along later and everyone says At 8:49: p.m. yesterday,: a
lThe spokesman, officer Rex Farrior, Sr., Tampa at- Civitans Here Foreign Secretary
S press must be responsive to popu- ard there never was a missile gap false alarm at SE 7th Avenue
:Robert J. McCloskey, answered torney Thomas F. Fleming A. Butler and urgent inquiries .
; lation. Mathews promised to Qbituarit and there never was a bomber and 9th Street. -
Questions Monday about an artide -Jr., Boca Raton banker and A. press to remedy the situation Note BirthdayCivitan were cabled to the Brit-- -

by Theodore Draper in the :Sydney Herlong, U. S. Congressman ish Embassy in Moscow. i gap."Now I
during his administration. are you by this testimony Gainesville :Sun :
television stationsin
New Leader tha"said International's
magazine from Leesburg. The University 44th -
Republicans: opening up a so called \
the United States tried to I is recognizing their con. Ken Folks of Orlando: "Let birthday was celebrated yesterday the United States and BUTLER Funeral megatonnage gap which will Published! everungs exctot I

offer assistance to Prime MinJster tributions to their profession, counties be divided into senatorial by Gainesville Civitans. throughout Europe quoted the services for Roan Alderman, 87, never occur and which will be Saturday, and Sunday -mom-
Fidel Castro but that he The service club will be DPA bulletin, stressing that it ings by the GafnesvlHa Pub. )
'their community and their uni 44
died hi here Sun-
a hospital the bomber '
districts of 100,000 population had not been : just as phony as lishing Company at 101 5E
"torned to Moscow instead. 'I.versity. tomorrow. They scheduled to be heat 2nd Place, Gainesville, Florida,
each, each with one senator. broke in day, were gap and as the missile gap? -,
Club again with the denial
'In these exploratory- President Bob Hancockand and entered as second class
Let every county elect a 10 ajn. today in the Mount "This Is entirely possible, Mr. '
In I960. _.w.h1ch..Wete Three graduating seniors re- repre- Foreign newsmen in Moscow matter at the Post Office at
changes past presidents traced theclub's
sentative. Let each senatorial Zion Swift Creek Primitive Baptist -Chairman," LeMay said. "This, .
e1v 'aw.an1s.1romthe.AluIt\J were astonished Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION -
: when ]
) 'atd
.public j questiQuofllfS : seven-year history. The messages
district be' divided into representative's Church with burial in the I think, is. about the same picture '
as outstanding! began coming in from their'
:mil not arise, McCloskey saId. presidents include Harry
members of the 1964 class. districts of 50,000 home offices church cemetery. you had in the missiles and CARRIER OR MAIL-
Draper, a writer and research Edwards, Ned Scott, Don Roth- near midnight advising "
Cuban affairs, Members of the faculty wh. population each, each with one well, George Ellis them of the report that J. E. bombers.
;expert on who and Tom Officiating were Elders President Johnson created, 1 Week .45 ,-
.has! made tt"df," _fM....HA1"Vard retire this year are recognized. representative. Hanssen. Khrushchev was dead.In McCormick and 0. M. Yarbo- 3 Mo. $5.15' -- '
H. B. (Bob) Foster of Fort some surprise the capital last
in the graduation,.program. : Moscow there is official
and Columbia imtersttiw said Guests at the no
: Inn
Holiday All
: rough. mail subscriptions must
based week when he Le
MyersTSeach: reappointed
BoUt the commencement and upona lucheon readily available with whom
"Castro seeme T interested at.mst included Civinettesand be paid in advance.
II Alderman born in Union to another abbreviated
was May
realistic figure so that the -
: th commissioning! exercises are representative such be
of4iSiid: ; Junior reports can checked.
in offer but Civitans from
an : the
and residen untfl Feb. Air Member of Audit Bureau of
.will cast a ballot County a life-long term- 1-as Force
to the .
:Changed his mind *nd eaterainto open public.Death : i high school service clubs and But after a feverish round ol Orcutatlon.
I retired farmer. chief of staff.
based:upon _the ratio that the calls He was a
negotiations uith .Soviet ROTC representatives from the telephone Associated
Probed, population of his county bears to Survivors include his wife Ja- There was some speculationthe I M material contained hereto It
Press reached the
Premier MiIkoyan. University of Florida.Thieves directorgeneral
Deputy Anaslas -, production in wttol or In part I*
the population of the state as a of Tass, Dmitry Goryunov, nie of Lake Butler; three sons, extension may have been the property of the GabtewMePubtUhb
: = I MOSCOwlAP) The- Soviet e whole.. This is the only way we who termed the report "rub- C. J. and Alvin of Jacksonville against McNamara's wishes. He strictly forbidden* Company without Ce)the 1H4.written Re- .

:. Judiciary is investigating the can have any type of representation HitDoctor's bish" Goryunov said he had and Oscar of Oak Hill; two had recommended last year permission of the pu Rsher.

INCOME TAX. death from-an' overdose of sleeping which will give equal weightto. seen Khrushchev in good con daughters, Mrs. Mamie Robertsof that LeMay get only a one-year fit

I GAINESVICtETBOOKKEEPERS"- piDI fa student front Kenya the vote' of each person re OfficeThieves dition at 8 p.m. at a' Kremlin Jacksonville and Mrs. Sel m a extension of duty, instead of

: ,,a' spokesman of the Kenyan gardless of the county in whichhe party for the visiting Poles. :Howard of Lake City; and a hoof two.LeMay Earl! C. May J

: Embassy said today. The: em lives. This also will afford a ransacked the office Khrushchev swapped toasts grandchildren and great- has stepped on some j
assy aid5he apparentI-eom-means of having the truly Republican > of Dr. W. H. Sunlen, 1110 NW made grandchildren.fAOYertbemeni. toes in the Pentagon with his Representing ,,
with Gomulka
: :1328 tith'St.n14 ; a speech li Tht Equitable Ufa V
N.W. 8th Ave.
Sunday night.It DefenseDepartment '
mitted suicide.Let form of government"xtep. on some
=, _I -.'ft__ ____,__ ,,"_n__ _. ",,-,__, was the second break in 1 and generally seemed in fine ) air Assurance Society f
wearies nouey w rnem- policies on pow
form, the Tass director said. FR 235761IILINK 'I
las County: ". I have Introduced there in two days.In -- --- er. .. t
measures (in the Legislature the first one, reported to. Don't Neglect Slipping -

) to apportion one house police earlier in the weekend,I Ad InquiryOSLO I FALSE TEETHDo
more than $200 taken. it
I strictly basis was In
on a population false teeth drop.dip or wobble
and,the' other having a member the second one, reported yester. Norway CAP) The wben you talk.e*t,Uogb or sneeze?
\ from each county." :day, the office was ransacked ,Norwegian Consumer Council i Doo't.ucb be tiandicapsTA8TEETU.annoyed &nd emberrMsedby aa

f"OVIN'CSOON. I but apparently nothing was tak 'has proposed that the government -,'I alkaline on yoor noa-cl4)pUtec.)keeps powder Wee to Bprtnkle tectb- 1 HURRICANE

Grocery en. appoint a committee to investigate snore firmly Mt.OtTee confident feel .
i Entry was gained both times I the effects of cigarette tac of security and added oanLfc* .
No rnmmy eooey.pMty Ut a U.S.Ing. -
? Broken Into by forcing open a sliding glass advertising and the possibilityof Get FAS-TEETH ererywnere.RESTAURANT .tocUf Meeu&ters rug IfrL4 FENCE

I HIGH SPRINGS Burglars a banon it. -

escaped with a chlecken a slab door.Off z: Protect AndBeautify

of bacon a 'ham and $1% in the Force _

Us Know change from'the 0. and G. Grocery I ; FEATURE__ Your Home

over the weekend. HUNTSVILLE, AlL (AP- I NOW
Before You Go! Entry to the store was gainedby I The permanent suspension of ; ,_

forcing a back door Sheriff ,two of Huntsville's original SOUTHEBIIFRIED
'Joe Crevasse said. three Negro policemen has
: .
MOVING TIME Is when this I -
upheld by City Council and the
: can be more helpful
third has
S than ever for its shopping Good CLEAN Cabs resigned. CHICKEN
GAINESVILLEDIAMOND Dyar suspended the men April FREE Information &
: news, homemaking pages, wantS Estimates
S and many other services. 6.Iie said they refused to leave iHYED WITH 2 VEGETAUCS, HOT ROU* AND 1UTTH See Our Quality Get Our Price
: So make sure that you receive his office when he asked themto Before You Decide Immediate Installation

.. every issue, by letting us know after listening to their grievances ALL YOU NO DOWN PAYMENT Up To 36 Months Tc Pay
: :_ everal days before you go. Just CAB about working conditions. t ,

F 5-- tell office.your We'll carrier do the or rat phone!riafne5uilk our Acrecs Frem Cteyin. CHIMNEYCORNERS CAN EATLIGGETT I LI PHONE 3725333SAUNDERS I I.

$tatiV> :.,;,

( Call 372-3376 fcy BaMftWALKER, DRUG STORES OIL GQ> ;

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W NW tm AM. MMM FR HGI .j.-"' ,.or.
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11' (f Candidates Talk of Taxes,' Federal Controls; Apportionmentf"i 1 I. Do.to them do OFFICE you Have so really hit you want EXPENSES year mad?to W on uve-* effort have.n I II

grade 20 No. letter size Mimeo
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSA home city of Jacksonville. "If we do not guarantee an north Florida showed that some Charles'L. Cowl, state coordinator -000 members were endorsing the auto tag costs if he is elected. & Duplicator paper at $H8Pp
warning of federal intervention Mathews said Monday Florida education to every 'child in the candidates were talking anti-big of the Florida Council of.Miami mayor. Touring the greater Miami r ream.REPAIR We also SERVICE have EXl-:
in the operations of Florida had reached the point where it state according to willingnessand city and then stumping for fair Senior Citizens, said his group Fred 0. Dickinson, also speaking area, Dickinson declared: I PERT Rates on all of your.tReasonable
I! government was sounded by must have modern governmentor ability, the ,federal government legislative apportionment in endorsed High because of his in Miami criticized Mathewsand "Florida needs a leader who Office Machines -_
John Mathews as he pressed his resign itself to inviting federal will be asked to do it," south Florida. leadership in creating low cost took a swipe at the present,really believes in economy of Have you checked withRISER'S
senior citizens I administration.He government. ..one who doesn't OFFICE EQU
campaign for governor to his encroachment. said Mathews.He "These candidates talk about housing facilities for -
in Miami, and for "his con- said Mathews voted in the figure new ways and gimmicksto Lately to see just how moth
added that if Florida their records, said KarL "I you can SAVE
structive program in the gubernatorial -1963 Legislature to keep retail tax us to death. And no matter 604 North Main St. }
A in stand on mine. He repeatedthat
shirked its responsibility any
contest.". price controls on milk and voted I what anybody says, the peo- Phone FR 2.9607
SAVE WATCH FOR OUR other field, the field would be-. one of his first official acts I of this Eleven Used Cosh Registers for
federal one. as governor would be to call a High was in Mianii to attenda for the auto tag increase. And pie state are just about Sole. Too. .'
come "
city commission meeting when he said the present governor fed: up with taxes.
special legislative session on
Scott Kelly of Lakeland, reapportionment if nothing had Max Friedsen, president of the (Farris Bryant) signed the bill I ---r
I speaking to suporters in Orange Dade County Council of Senior increasing the auto tax prices. '
been done by that time.
County said he wore as a badgeof SHOES BY ADAMS ,
r honor the conservative label Karl said small county control Citizens, announced that his 11- Dickinson promised to reduce : :

)r pinned on him by the Florida broken.of the Legislature must be I VOTE FOR *f First in style, first in quality rf

press. r _.s Lowest prices at .--
"What they really mean when, Robert King High said in Miami r W. S. "Tiny"
i I .
they call Scott Kelly the conserve endorsements of his candidacy -I : COMMUNITY SHOE SHOP ;f
ative is that Scott Kelly demands by the Florida Council of >. -
Senior'Citizens and the Florida I .
a dollar's worth of services ii '
for every tax dollar spent I ranch of'the United Steelworkers "t' Men's Shoes. 4'.95.t' '10.95, fr

the new. by the state" he said. I his of America is is evidence that SUPERINTENDENT' / Boy's.Shoes 2.95- to '6.95 =--.
program appealing "to
Your baby deserves thist Kelly said if he was electedhe '
.safe, comfortable would bridle the ,big spenders Floridians,of all ages and occupations OF PUBLIC .{ Men's Sport Shirts i and, Ban-Lon Shirts ?
t fofJotercarry. ..'.Light ideal,for easy home to and seek ways and to achieve I I INSTRUCTION 2.95 to 3.95 ..'t

traveling, feeding,' greater economy efficiencyin i Alachuci County f I
'tending. the government. Kelly repeated a { Ladies end men's hosiery in all the latest f
V Made of beautiful white' his pledge to repeal the >, f I EXPERIENCED CAPABLEOne colors and shades at low prices. jT <
\ ,!-.. polyethylene. Vinyl, easy f 1963 increase in the automobile 1 Promrse Positive and Aggressive Leadership .' :.
4 to-clean pad.Toy included' license tax.Haydon Businesslike With A Smile First class she repair dying and polishing -

\: ,for baby's amusement. Burns of Jacksonville PULL LEVEL 24-A 735, N.W. 5 Avenue Phone 2-9354...
\4 i prepared to start today on a Paid Advertising -
4 seat positions $397 tour of the lower west coast.,He -. .-
ideal gift!
cancelled the tour when racial ..
trouble in Jacksonville kept him
at his desk several weeks ago.
f PRICES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY He spent Monday attending to
city business and welcoming the
I Discount This Florida Federation of Women'sClubs
Retal Prtc Week to Jacksonville. In his address

Riviera tIed.CARVING. he praised cooperation be-
f' KNIFE 24.95 17.87 13.98 tween city and the Duval County BAP.

Proctor.Siln Automatic government for the progress of
"'PoP.uP''TOASTER 12.95 8.99 5.99 Jacksonville.Fred .
Karl of Daytona Beach
Keystone,With Elec.Ey. .
charged that several of his op-
8 mm CAMERA... 124.50 99.60 69.90 ponents were engaged in a campaign .

3.Pc (Spoon.Spatula b to win the support of small 1
I ) county political forces.
FOB 1.69 1.09 79c
R BQ TOOL SET Karl said at Tarpon Springsthat .

Aluminum 71" x 30" newspaper accounts from
fOLDING TABLE ... 21.95 14.88 10.99Arvin

Hr.Fi (4.Speed Gets 5 Years

Automatic RECORD 20") PLAYER .? 54.95 40.37 32,88Lasko Plus PaddlingNORTH I-ITH1SWEDNESDAVIS ...

PORTABLE FAN .... 19.95 16.45 13.99
LADIES' WARDROBE (AP-George Gray Leslie, 22, sse
( Samsonite
By Royal
a gardener, has been sentencedto
Traveller SUITCASE ...... .. 40.00 29.97 21.88 life imprisonment plus five
strokes of the paddle on a
Polaroid 48
COLOR Type FILM ...... 4.99 4'.26 3.89 charge of armed robbery.
Police said Leslie beat his

NOW OPEN EVERY WEEK-DAY NIGHT employer Dr. Walter Sproule, t C ..
72, with a hammer and ax in
robbing him of $495 March 28. QUftUTY -
USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE OR Dr. Sproule, a dentist is crip- U
( / jj \)7
EASY BUDGET TERMSAS pled. He is still in.a hospital NT .
LOW AS $5.00 PER MONTH "The nature of this admitted
attack on an old and crippledman ll\
IMPfcrtlAk DIVISION shows a state of cruelty M Ni
and lack of pity which is utterly

incomprehensible to any ordinary BONUS
The Furniture Manufacturers person" Magistrate A.D.
Poole told Leslie, who had 1 I'i f

pleaded guilty.A ., f.


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SENATOR HOLlAND SAYS: Senator Holland has served as.
since 1946.:
your U. S. Senator
: 'At this moment I During these years he has at* 4
;with you In Rodda...seeking tamed ranked twelfth> '
Dem seniority Compare At Compare A tGIRLS > -'
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: (ictftttsuill Sun Gq M e t '1 Need' Your Help'

a -. Nt11J Vnrk tmrlf They said the White House had been involved in this dispute -
:., JOHN B. HABEISOX. President and for and it had done President Johnson "
By JAMES RESTON years no good. -
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The Fred-
..- -+ dents"BaJa.ra ED PAT JOHNSON.COWLES.Vice PresdeatFlorida' SOUTHBy WASHINGTON One of the vital natural resources of this said all he asked was the same chance they had given r
t i s Beautiful **i ExcmUt EdlUfi W. G. CBffll ountry these days is the tireless negotiating skill of Presi- President Kennedy. "Let me have 20 days," he requested
EBEKSOLE. TU PresUeai aid A4Tertklar ident Lyndon Johnson.

''UnIversIty City ne.Director PrenUcBt BOB and TAKTAGIJONE. CtreaU--. RALPH McGILLPmliUer I Without it, the House of Representatives would certainly not SOME AIDE TOLD the President a key man in the disputewas .

U.e II....". I the AU Prix aU,Wtaaiar(GftJ CwtttmtiM PablUherOf have passed the farm bill or the food stamp bill last week, Charles Luna, president of the Brotherhood of Railroad t
and without it, every railroad train in this country would Trainmen who wasn't there. The White House got him on the J
THE SUN'S POLICY have been at a standstill last weekend.He phone and the President sent a plane to Canada to bring i

was on the phone 'till well after midnight Wednesday, him in. The President split the negotiators up. He put ,the :
1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. History'Of pleading and arguing with wavering members of the House union leaders in his own executive office by themselves. He

2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials ,_......,, about the farm legislation. He used every technique in the left the railroad owners among the presidential portraits
3. Publish 'all sides of important controversial issues. books. He appealed to their patriotism, to their self-interest, in the Cabinet Room to think things over. "I'll be back,at.

-1:, The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 -, :. RedDivision to the poltical needs of his own party, to his personal needs 8 o'clock for your answer," he told them.
Want Ads376.4672Communist for their friendship and support, and in the end he prevailed. Then he called Walter Heller, chairman of the Board 6!
.' Thursday he was back at it with the leaders of the railroad Economic Advisers. He wanted within an hour a memor
.. companies and the unions. Some of his advisers told him it andum on the effect of a national rail strike. At 8 they were,
was the end of the road: there would be a national strike still deadlocked. He read them the Heller memorandum. and
Name CallingCommunist at midnight; he would only lose face by intervening. He told them a story. -"

What's best for Moscow is intervened anyway.HE Once, he said, when he was a young congressman he lost

t name calling is a at a Moscow press conference both best for Rome (Paris, Bel- his temper in a similar dispute in Texas and told everybody
GOT THEM TOGETHER in the Cabinet to go to hell. Later, a friend said to him: "You can always
specialized art form. compared the Chinese leaders with grade, Budapest, Warsaw, Room of the
White House. He told them labor and management had tell people to go to hell but they don't have to go."
Hitler. Khrushchev was talking Zagreb, etc)? Not necessarily -
The quarrel'between.'the: top Communist pledged him their support "on that tragic day in November." t The President addressed himself again to Davidson and
leaders of Russia and China about the Chinese willingness riska so. He needed that support right now, he said. He was the only Wolfe. He asked them to look at one another and say in s

has been going, on in its present new world war as a Hitler-like Italy's large Com m unist president they had, whether they liked it or not. his presence that they couldn't possibly agree and wouldn't
characteristic. The Moscow spokesman party has so' advised the They told him they had been trying to settle this thing for give him a chance. Were they going to tell the Presidentof
phase since 1958, more and more compared Chinese racism-inciting Soviets. The Italians stand four years and that they had lost faith in each other. He turned the United States to go to hell or weren't they? They

openly and bitterly lately. Name- black and yellow races against firmly with Moscow in the to Roy E. Davidson, head of the Brotherhood of Locomotive didn't.
calling, long avoided, began in proxy confrontation with the Chi- Engineers. "Have you lost faith in me?" he asked. Da-
fashion. For some time, Russians remained whites-with Hitler's racism.At nese. But they recommend bi- vidson said, "No." The President asked J. E. (Doc) Wolfe, IN THE END, they gave him 15 days to try. "If the old

formally courteous to Chi the current stage of name-call lateral talks by the several the chief negotiator for the railroads, the same question and atmosphere is poisoned, we'll create a new atmosphere," he
national parties rather thana got the same answer, but still they protested. said. Later that night, he telephoned Dr. George W. Tay-
nese, and vice versa, but the Russians ing, both sides are using several of showdown meeting. lor, a distinguished labor mediator at the University of Pennsylvania

called the Albanian Commu- the same names: "petty bourgeois whose wife was in a hospital. The President
nists names when they:; meant the nationalist," "splitters" and "un. The Italians make it easier BELOW OLYMPUS *;* "InterlandiACA talked to him personally: "I'm not asking you," he said, "I'm

Chinese, and the Chinese. did the derminers" of the world Communist to comprehend that therewas telling you to be in my office at 9 in the morning." Andso
no Communist monolithbefore he was. Johnson met with him for over an hour.
,to the Yugoslavs. movement and hence "traitors" to it
same .> ... ; the Chinese so recklessly Maybe all this won't work, but this capital hasn't seen the
When the two principals, began serving the "imperialists. determined on a policyof like of the Johnson technique in many a year. It is an ele-
armed revolution rather mental force. It is directed in such a way that it cannot be
direct name-calling, they started The funny thing is, both are right.
than Mr. Khrushchev's blueprint ignored. It is highly personal and it is aimed directly at
with all-in-the-family type castiga- Both are like Hitler: power-hungry of victory by economicand the personal honor of the men in dispute. It can be opposed

tions: things like "revisionist" from totalitarians who oppress their own political power with only by equal force and only with great personal embarrassment .

the Russian side and "pseudoleftwing peoples, threaten the peace of the out benefit of nuclear war. but it cannot be evaded.

deviationist" from the Chinese world, and have delusions of racial The Chinese, Mr. K told l This city is still muttering negatively about Johnson's ,
style, but the complaints are about
side. Only gradually did they beginto and class and national superiority.Both cheering Hungarians, show a style in really appearance. If
government is not
lack of brains. merely the art of pleasing but
accuse each other of giving aid do risk war with the West; ; the technique of getting things done and making stubbornmen ,

and comfort to the "capitalists" and both do risk splitting the Commu- The beginnings of this A put the general interest above their special interests,
"imperialists" (meaning mostly the nist movement. Both have strayedfar desire for independence on AWARDS then President Johnson has plenty of it. It is not the styleof

U.S.), and later still came Chinese from the paths laid out by Lenin the part of individual parties SHOW COimNUE WILL ? Tunney but the style of Dempsey; it is as obvious and as
start, almost certainly, wiStalin's th effective as a swift punch in the nose.
charges of Russia actually conspiring (who didn't pretend to foresee the 1939 pact with Hitler. n

with the "imperialists." future, but called his moves only as That treaty was in Moscow's THERE IS ANOTHER POINT. This is not merely the brutal -

The Soviet reply to that: the most he played them, one by one). Afterall interest. So complete was 1 t use of presidential power. The emotional content of the 5 J
horrendous name the Soviet contra Lenin died in 1924. Stalin's authority on all the Johnson appeal, the total absence of ideology, the passionate

versialists have been able to thinkof The experienced Russian leaders Communist world that the insistence on the general welfare, the willingness to talk t
parties were obliged to ac endlessly through the night if necessary, the vivid earthy
have than the
yet. more common sense
cept it even though Com American language and optimistic faith that problems can be
Nikita Khrushchev (on his Hun- doctrinaire Chinese leaders; but the munist leaders in the Western 1 solved all this is highly effective under Johnson.

garian tour) and a Soviet spokesman differences are in degree only. world were made to appear He has that rare gift in a small room of antagonists, not ,
ridiculous. They had only of telling men how he thinks they should feel, but of

I Spying on the Mail been damning Hitler and making them feel it, of forcing them to face the larger
overnight had to start saying l problem, as if they were sitting in his chair.

Senator Edward Long (Dem., Mo.) the prohibition is essential to safe the notoriously cynical "I'm not jealous. I just hate people with talent, looks, flicts In a betwen vast continental regions federal union, with inevitable con-
fame. parties, classes and institutions
agreement was a piece of money, !1" this
has introduced ]legislation to prohibitthe guard the right of privacy. wisdom. (The American and is a personal force of immense value to the nation. I

Post Office Department from The Post Office argues that privacy British parties were especially toBy j
continuing to institute "mail covers." divided by this decisionby I
is not invaded because persons EYES ON INDIANA AND
Stalin.) MARYLAND .
The practice involves recording the
who use the mails know that mail-

name and address of the senderof handling personnel can read the It was Yugoslavia's Tito,

the mail, the place and date of markings on envelopes and there is however, who first put his Wallace

postmarking, the class of mail and no obligation on a sender to place nation's interest ahead of May Prove Point
Stalin and made it stick. Tito
all markings on the envelope.The his name and return address on broke
away in June of 1948.
Post Office does this without letters. Stalin said RICHARD WILSON If
contemptuously, as expected, the Indiana
sources. What Senator
notifying the recipient, at the request But the casual reading of return "I will wave my finger and Chief, Cowles Washington and Maryland primaries Gold- paigning in Maryland as if he
underscore water
of federal, state and local law addresses during sorting and deliver he (Tito) will be gone." But Bureau the Wisconsin results opposes is the arbitrary were running for local office.

enforcement officials. The depart- ing of mail is far different from the Tito did' not go away., His WASHINGTON, D.C.Pro- the northern exercise of federal power to Whether or not Dirksen can
reaction will haveto enforce
security police prevented sev- on a national put across an effective
systematic of informa- compromise -
compilation spects are better than of
ment estimates it "spies" on the be dealt
eral planned assassinations. with seriously by basis. There of the
a repeat are many civil rights bill
tion about the mail delivered performance'in Mary-
mail of about 500 to 750 at to anindividual's the
persons Party members remained land and Indiana of Gov. politicians. It has now people in both the North and probably hinges on the out
anyone time. home. The recipient, in loyal to him rather thanto George C. Wallace's been proved to exist and is no the South, and in both political come.
unexpected -
any case, has not given the govern Stalin. The Communist showing in the Wisconsin longer merely a projection parties, who have the
The information obtained has ment permission to check on the world was shaken. It was presidential based on surveys or the vol- same feeling. .
proved especially useful to law enforcement sources of his mail. In one recent never to be the same again. primary.This ume and tone of congressional

agencies in tracking down case, the Post Office placed a cover The monolith, now widely is pure and simple a mail. BUT WHEN all is said and
broken, was cracked almost protest vote on civil rights How done, the Wallace Hurry Blum!
fugitives and in obtaining leads on on the mail of an attorney whose to deal with it may already showing ,
20 years ago.Memory with important but not over- have been discoveredby and the Goldwater showing
tax violations. The department Hide the
saysit client had been indicted and faced whelming significance. But Dustbin
Sen. Everett M. Dirksen lately seem to illustratethat
institutes mail covers only in'those recalls a talk with
trial. The cover included mail'sent when politicians
say they are who these
had people mi
long political are a '
the late ex- (c) New York Time
instances where a crime has been to the attorney's wife, as well as the Lt. :General Bedell unaffected by the outcome in perience in the friction areas nority. For Wallace not only '
committed and there is reason to believe attorney. Smith, magnificent soldier, Wisconsin they damage their of Chicago and Illinois. proved that the sentiment ex- LONDON Councilors Iii
and from March 1946 to own. credibility have the Oxfordshire village of
that the mail cover would be There would seem to be clear They ists, he proved that it is not Stoke
March 1949 U. S. ambassadorto known for some time that Row have asked house
useful in its solution.. need for Congress to legislate on the Moscow. He early had predicted there was a reaction to the tion.DIRKSEN The is for modifica- majority sentiment, at least in holders to get their garbagecans

The practice"dates..back"at*least subject to safeguard privacy and that trouble would en- racial demonstrations and to modification general is that sense civil of his Wisconsin.The out of sight April 17 be-

to 1893, wtlren-1tlPotsOffice 'au" 'avoid abuse. If mail covers are to sue. He did not, of course, the pace of the mixing the legislation shall give people rights question is whether or cause the Duke of Edinburghwill
: anticipate so early and races, particularly in hous not the minority be attending a
thorized ss .allowed so is so large ceremony
: Congress, should clearly greater protection to live there.
has never legislated} the subject. the important a defection as that ing. But they have not known, as they please their that it can not be safely or
; pir spell.out types of cases where it by' Tito. The and do not know by own
ambassadorwrote now, just
j wisely overridden. If Wallacecan
Senator" ofiXbttLlTOuld bar any ia, permissible,. require that it bedone'by of this in his book, how deep it runs nationallyor standards, without the impo- make This has recalled previous
a showing Indi-
sition of the royal visits when
and all malHcMeiif: > xegardless of court order and provide stiff, "My Three Years in Moscow," how it will show itself at moral judgementsof and local offi-
others ana Maryland equal to or cials in other ,towns
and with the mini- paintedthe
the circumstances- ana who requested penalties for those ,who violate the published in 1950: the polls. mum of federal interference. greater than that in Wisconsin fronts of houses or had

the chect; eHBeriaior believes.. safeguards law.v01A3rof there will be strong evidenceof "gents"
---.-, "I had recorded in my IT IS AN interesting At that, this minimum may signs removed. It also -
-- -- journal two months before lation that if President Ken- not be very low and a moral the strength of the northern inspired the tabloid Daily

the Tito-Cominform split be- nedy had lived, the Wallace judgment is being made if the minority.It Mirror to the following verse:

came public (in June 1948) protest might have been more civil rights bill is passed at alL is now evident that this Don't put out the dustbin,

: : : the People my belief that Moscow's efforts effective, and thus more sur- But what Dirksen discov- evidence will be in before the Mum!

to maintain the same prising. For Mr. Kennedy ered earlier than others was Senate acts on the civil rights The Duke will be down today *
kind of iron discipline over stood for an intellectual and the northern reaction resting bill. The Indiana primary is ;
its disciples abroad as it had moral commitment to racial
May 5 and the Maryland
-. e, Sun's Opinion Page= over the party leaders at equality at the earliest date. of essentially many people on the that convictions they will mary May 19. pri- The We mustn't encumber
home eventually must lead to Southerners and also the part- high street with lumber
Opinions *nd CoM--.....oKSonfM&rs art welcome : live so far as they can by their A diffident -
in the Voice of the PcopU column. Letters trouble A Soviet mis- time segregationists of the Indiana gover-
must b signed and'beorthi wfiter's'eddreu.: Names wilt' ba withheld if own standards regardless of
requested. A letter should nor, standing in for President
not exceed 500 words and must be written an only He side of the poper. Poetry cannot ba used.Tha take, I wrote in my diary, north, do not sense this com- the opinions of others. WeD, that's what the council -
su. reserves ,the'righ ;"to.TejcTny'letter. or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or. has been failure to realize mitment in the same way with Johnson as a presidential can- say.
Intent. T the difference between the Mr. Johnson, notwithstandinghis The Wallace protest in the diate, has discovered that he

Editor, Sun: Yest..th housing ville' Yet it served the purpose of pre-war and post-war situa- words nor the force with North cannot be taken sepa- will have to begin campaigning Get the coal bole white-

code presently ,under :Also the provision that making a private room for tions. The Politbureau forgets which he utters them. More- rately from other political as- to meet the Wallace washed, Mum,
consideration, far-as: :it-a P'* protests must be 'in written a tot and leaving a separate that before the war over Mr. Kennedy had been pects. Some Goldwater sentiment threat. He's such a fastidious
plies ,to the. landlord class form is also unfair. First of bedroom for parents. I'm these parties which were only in office long enough to arouse arises in an immeasurable Governor Wallace has announced -' chap;

would be fine. However, an, it isn't commonly] known sure it was neither dangerousnor small minorities now control opposition on.other scores. degree from the same his intention of cam- You know he'd be shaken
some sections of this code, that one can appeal in hard- 80 sq. ft nations and have obligationsto If we were mistakenFor
which I have read carefully ship cases, and secondly, not their own countries. The Florrie and Andy
from cover to cover (see all can read and write and express This code was not written undivided allegiance which POTOMAC FEVERBy Capp.

1 public library for copy) are, themselveS well. Even by poor people or Scotchmen.It the Soviet government expects Fletcher Knebel Cowles
I capable of causing abusive still, if one gets a letter writ- is not necessary to be from foreign Communist Washington Bureau Screen the public toilets,
results in the hands of impatient ten by a literate person, he harsh to be firm. Parts of it parties can hardly be Reports of LBJ's speeding force revelation of other traffic violations: Mum!
or too-young cal ore- might be denied leniency if sound like a dream of beingin maintained ." Pennsylvania's Gov. Scranton Tends to decelerate in heavy traffic. Always The gates mast be ctesed
the reviewer were busy, dictatorship land, not stops on "Go" light. and locked,
This prophecy of 1943 has
ers.For tired, or just plain unsym America. Any code worth -- And stop asy gentry
example, it's carrying pathetic. It's easier to keep drawing up should be drawn _been proved by events of Henry Cabot Lodge Fugitive from justice after hit.and.run rap in New From forcing an entry; 1
things too far to make it illegal tyranny out than to get it up in such a way as to seta ensuing It is years. Hampshire. Charges filed by Barry Goldwater. We don't want his highness
for a home-owner to out again later, once it gets definite standard for landlords decisions apparent many shocked.
have a hole or a rip in his in.Furthermore but be worded in a Khrushchev does are ahead. Mr. Robert F. Kennedy Driver's license revoked by President Johnson. May

screen. Naturally,we want to the minimumroom kindly manner as regards the to have changed and not becomea pretend have to walk to,Atlantic: City. When the party's over,
keep out mosquitoes, but accidents size is too stringent. small man. Mum, .

\ do happen and in One of the most delightful To fine a person for neg speeches friend. His were Hungarian candid. But Nelson Rockefeller Heavily ticketed for overtime parking in Lover's And royalty's been received

most households they come rooms I ever used was a led to his property wouldbe that high-level political and Lane. during honeymoon. Well stop being formal
in: bunches. Things don't always crib room over an attic stair more American than to economic conferences And go back to normal,

wait tit the handymanfeels in a North Carolina apartment step in and do the job and soon to be ,necessary is are inescapable Richard Nixon Nailed for recldesTdriving after forcing press bus into Like Mafeking was relieved
good and Is on vaca- one summer. It was send him a bill. We can'thave especially if the ditch in California In penitent mood after paying fine. !

f j' tion to wear out either. I only large enough for a instant heaven withoutbeing French continue their plansof (Mafeking is a town In Cape
foresee the possibility of areign baby's crib, a tiny dresser, unfair to some. trade and political treaties Barry dratrf7 Repeatedly nabbedToa interstate expressways for driv Province, South Africa, which
of terror in Gaines. a small closet, and a window. FORMER LANDLADY with the Chinese. ing Model T Charges he',,yktia of police state tactics. was besieged for seVfeir .

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---- at the Macedonia Primitive non. .. :
: CONSCIENCEOF COLORED NEWS Baptist Church Sunday at 3 pjn. "
: I
at Jacksonville. Rev. R. J. Gai-

nous, pastor; Mrs. F. D. Shannon CONVALESCINGMrs '
1 reporter
B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor of the M. Pleasant Methodist -

1, Church, who is ill, was reported -

'! :.. THE CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS i with the St. Paul Baptist PLANS MEETINGThe as continued to improve.Mrs. .
'" "'" Mt. Pleasant Methodist -. Church of Newberry and the Poverty Fund Club will
, : +', JOHN HAKBISOV.. President uirabliibers There will be mid-week prayer Sbenezer Baptist Church of met Monday at 8 p.m. at the Mt. Sussana Chisholm, ol

i ._:..:. ] ED PAT JOHNSON.COWLES.Vice Tk PreiUeatM4 President SOUTHBy service today,. 7:30 pjn. The Trenton, will render a joint Olive Primitive Baptist Church N. W. 6th Ave., who is ill in the

' '.; Florida's Beautiful ii1 ir ExecntiT E4IUn W. G. (Bffll Children's choir will rehearse: service at the Greater Fort with Rev. H. Kinsey, pastor, Alachua General Hospital, was I'
LtJ ::1 .EBEKSOLE. TU President aad Advertising Wednesday, 4:30 p.m. The senor -Clark Baptist Church on Fridayat and president. Mrs. F. D. Shan- reported as much improved.
I 'University City' Director* BOB RALPHIcGILL choir will rehearse Thursday !
L on -
8 .
Viet President and Circulation p.m.During
'If.,: : Manager. I I Ol Pithier U. AUamU Frf Winter(G*.) c.uUtaUea Publisher '7:30 p.m. J. C. Rawls,I'' the service, the sermon -
" '- president; Richard Parker, or-, will be delivered by the
r ;... THE SUN'S POLICY : ganist. Rev. W. M. Ferguson, moderator, Rev. G. G. McAr-

I I :: J : 1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns.! .... .' ':, .0I '. HistoryOf pastor.Emanuel Baptist-There will thur. Rev. W. A. Miles, pastor; DORSEY j Home in charge. 1
2. Express the of the Sun In but only editorials --* .'" be Deacon Ben C. Davis, presidentof
\! ,'- opinions .. prayer meeting today, 7:30 Final rites for Persall Dorseyof
1 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. .r choir; Mrs. P. L. Scott, re-
I .... p.m.Mt. 1008 N. E, 25th Terrace, who MRS. ELREATH GIBSON
: :::: The Sun's telephones: All De'partments-3'12-8441, .'t.r RedDivision Carmel Baptist There porter. died April 2 in Palmdale, Fla., Mrs. Elreath Gibson of Mica
!I r'H '.. r' Want Ads 3764672Communist will be mid-week Meditation following an a c c ide nt, will nopy died Monday, April '
... : { \ Services today, 7:30 p.m., Youth CONTEST------- rrnsF.s---- be> conducted Wednesday April 13, at her home in Micanopy following -
) Forum Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., 15, at 2 p.m. from The Antioch a lingering illness. Mrs.
: and also both Choirs Nos. 1 and The state king and queen contest Holiness Church with the Rev. Gibson has lived in Micanopyfor
'I Name Calling 2 will have their joint rehearsaland of the Uniform Companiesof Banister officiating. Intermentwill a great number of years. j J
; What's best for Moscow is Ushers' Board No. 2 meets the Grand Union Pallbearerswill follow in the Pine Grove Funeral arrangements will be
I 8 Choir No. 3 will have come to a close Sunday at .
; Communist best for Rome (Paris, Bel- p.m.; Cemetery.The announced by Hughes & Chest I
its rehearsal Thursday, 7:30 2:30 p.m. at Tampa, at the family and friends are to nut Funeral Home.
specialized art grade, Budapest, Warsaw, p.m.> ; and Choirs Nos. 1 and 2will Temple. Mrs. Katie Green, captain meet at the home of Mr. Dorseyat
1 ; The quarrel Zagreb, etc)? Not necessarily again have their rehearsal Company No. 8, hostess. 1:15 p.m. to form the cortegeto !MRS. WINr\1'EIcCRA Y t
so. Friday 8 Rev. T. A. All union companies will make the
munist leaders of pjn. church. Mrs. Winnie McCray of Arre-
Italy's large Com m unist Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther W. their reports at the meeting. Hughes & Chestnut Fun eral} donda died Monday April 13, at ; ,
; has been going party has so advised the Hamm, reporter. Charlie Ross, state director; Home in charge. her home following an extended .
phase since 1958 ,Soviets. The Italians; stand Archer Church of God in Mrs. P. L Scott, state secretary illness. Mrs. McCray has livedin t
openly and firmly with Moscow in the Christ Sunday School, 9:30 and reporter. JOHN !McCRAY Arredonda for great num- j

calling, long confrontation with the Chi ajn.; morning worship, 11:30 Final rites for John (C r ipp) ber of years. ,
fashion. For some nese. But they recommend bilateral ajn.; Young People's Willing CHOIR PLANS MEETINGThe McCray of 321 N.W. 8th Street, She is survived by eight children .
I talks by the several Workers' Meeting, 6:30 p.m.; who died April 12, following a Dan McCray, Mrs. Rachel
t formally national parties rather, thana and evening worship, 8:30 p.m. West Coast Union Choir lingering illness, will be con Cromwell, Mrs. Molly Holland,
nese, and vice showdown meeting.The Cider Days, pastor; Mrs. Ruth will meet Tuesday, April 21, at ducted Thursday, April 16, at 4 Heary McCray, Mrs. Elsie
I '" sians called the Jenkins, reporter. 8! p.m. at the home of Mrs. H. G. p.m. from the Mt. Pleasant Dexter, Mrs. Flora Mae Greggs, !
nists names Italians make it easier Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist- Shuman at Arredonda. M. E. Church with the Rev. W. Willie McCray, Charlie McCrayand

-Chinese, and the to comprehend that there Sunday School, 10 a.m.; morning There will be a business meet. M. Ferguson officiating. Inter other relatives and friends. \
was no Communist monolith worship, 11 a.m.; and evening ing and also rehearsal. Deacons, ment will follow in the Mt. Funeral arrangements will be
same to the ;, before the Chinese so reck- worship, 6 p.m. Rev. H. B. C. Davis, president; Mrs. P. Pleasant Cemetery. announced by the Hughes & f;<

When the two lessly determined on a policyof Kinsey, pastor.ANNIVERSARY. L. Scott, reporter.. Hughes & Chestnut Funeral Chestnut Funeral Home. I

lirect armed revolution rather:' SLATES MEETINGThe
than Mr. Khrushchev's blue- BEGINS choral group of Juven i 1 e, ,
I print of'victory by economicand Rev. W. A. Miles, pastor of Lodge No 113 will meet Fridayat ,
I tions: things like political power with- the Greater Ft. Clark Baptist 5:30 p.m. at the home of- Lincoln :
the Russian side out benefit of nuclear war. Church, anniversary begins to- Mrs. Gussie Ross, of 704 S.W.
wing deviationist" The, Chinese, Mr. K told day and lasts to Sunday. 5th Terrace. '
I side. Only cheering Hungarians, show a Both new and old membersare I( ;r n the Sun
I !
; to accuse each ; ,lack of brains. !MRS. LOUVENIA ALDRIDGE asked to be present. Miss T. .

I and. comfort to .. The beginnings of this Mrs. Louvenia Aldridge M. Fox, president; Mrs. P. L : ByMAXINE I

II "imperialists" ( desire for independence on 501 SE 14th St., died at her Scott, reporter. .: ROSS and I
the part of individual parties home on Wednesday after a ,
and later .. HELEN WILSON
U.S.), .A; F
start, almost certainly, withStalin's lingering illness. J
charges of Russia 1939 pact with Hitler. Duncan Brothers, morticians MonthlyIeeting! Planned The New Homemakers of "An Over Praised Season"

II ing with the That treaty was in, Moscow'sinterest. will announce funeral arrangements The Archer Community America had their state meeting was the title of the production.The I
The Soviet reply So complete was later.PERSONALS:. School will hold its regular in Talahassee. During this cast was as follow s: An- ,
horrendous name Stalin's authority on all the monthly meeting today at 8 p.m. meeting, Mae Edith McCoy won nette Young, James Hayes, Ben.
Communist world that the in'the auditorium of the school. state treasurer of the New
versialists 'have- jamin Redick, Sandra McN e I 11
partie were obliged to accept Miss Mary H. Smith and Miss There will be made final plansFor Homemakers of America.We and Cornelia Rawls. i
of yet. it : Hattie L. Thomas, bogh of Tam- the May Day Festivities.
Communist have
even though are very proud to one Cornelia Raw 1 s won an '
Nikita$ ; ,leaders in the West- pa, were guests of Miss Thomas' Other very important matters of our members obtain this po award for the most outstanding !
I garian tour) and la ern world were made to appear relatives here the past week. need to be discussed and final- sition. actress. An oration which received -

ridiculous. They had end.Mrs. ized becauss there is only one The State Student Council an excellent rating, was '
I; I been damning Hitler and Helen ,Foster returned< meeting left' before the sch o o I meeting was held in Fort Lau--presented by Maxine Cunning. I
overnight had to start say- here yesterday from Washington term ends. derdale with the Student Council .. ham. The play "An Over
ing the notoriously cynical D. C., where she was visit. Mrs. Penny, president, is asking President, Johnny Dennardand Praised Season" also received t
Senator Edward ing with her sister, Mrs. Ennie all parents and patrons to 1
agreement was a piece of. other members of the Student an excellent rating. I "
I has introduced wisdom. (The American and Moore, and family for the past be present. Council attending.The The group from Lincoln con -
I the Post Office British parties were especially two weeks. I School ClosingThe T. & I. Club attended a sisted of nine pupils. They are:
continuing to divided by this decisionby Mrs. Jane Williams left yes- calendar of remaining activities -meeting in Tallahassee on April Andrea Jetter, Florence Grant,
The practice Stalin.) terday for Atlanta, Ga., becauseof for the Archer Community -3-4. At this meeting, an oratorical Florida Souder, Cornelia
business. j School follows: April 27, 1st contest was held with Alex Rawls, Saundra McNeil, Annette '
name and l It was Yugoslavia's Tito, Mr. and Mrs. Robert James I and 2nd grades. Mrs. Ayer and Brown representing the club. Young, Maxine Cunningham,
of the mail, the however, who first put his and daughter, Frederica, all ofl Mrs. Williams, sponsors; May The meeting was well attendedthe Benjamin Redick and James
postmarking, .the nation's interest ahead of New York, N.Y., arrived here 11, 3rd and 4th grades, Mrs. T. & I. Club members.The Hayes.
: all markings on Stalin and made it stick. Tito yesterday to visit with Mrs.II Welch and Mrs. O. Hill, spon- Business Department of There were 22 schools attending .
broke away in June of 1948. James' relatives for two weeks. sors; ,May 18, 4th 5th and 6th Lincoln High School attended and 18 plays presented. The

; The Pos1. -Office. Stalin said, contemptuously, Miss Esther H. Jackson. of grades, :Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. B. the Commerce Day Activities total number of pupils attending
t, notifying._the- ', r ? "I will wave my finger and Tampa, passed through Gaines- Hill and Miss Penny, sponsors; given by the Business Depart the drama festival was 536.
; quest of federal, :: he (Tito) will be gone." But ville yesterday en route to Jack and May 24, kindergarten and ment of Hampton Junior College Mr. Nathaniel Clark, the director .
Tito did not go away. His sonville. 8th grade, Mrs. McFadden and Friday, April 10, in Ocala. Bet- of the Lincoln Players,
enforcement. security police prevented several Charles Goins, of High Mrs. Cooper, sponsors. ty Cunningham and Lavon was appointed to a membershipof
ment estimates planned ,assassinations. Springs, passed through the University Wright participated in the typing the Time and Place Committee. ..
mail of about 500 Party members remained City yesterday en routeto BANQUET POSTPONEDThe contest on the advance level For the first time in historyof

any one time. ':; loyal to him rather thanto Clearwater. banquet set for April 16 Mrs. C. B. Mickles, sponsor. tne F.I.S.D.A., regional dace'j
Stalin. The Communist Miss Mary H. Smith and Miss at the St. Paul C. M. E. Church Participating also were Mary tors were elected. Mr. Clark
: The world was shaken. It was Helen Willis, both of Ocala, with Rev. B. F Weary, pasto r, Lou Johnson and Mary L. Waters -was el ected director of t he
proved especially .2".0 never to be the same again. passed through Gainesville yesterday has been postponed until later beginning level, Mrs. N. B. northern jegfon. '
forcement The. monolith now widely en route to Jacksonville Dinners will be sold at the Rivers, sponsor. The Senior Class of Line oI n
,fugitives'and in broken, was cracked almost, to visit at the Edward Water church's parsonage on SaturdayThe The Lincoln Players attendedthe High School attended the "Sen
p 20 years ago.Memory College. price of the dinners is $1.] Florida Intercollegiate iors' Day" meeting held at Vo-
tax violations. Speech and Drama Associati lusia County Community College 11
it institutes mail recalls a talk with April 5-7, in Tallahassee. There in Daytona. Seniors from the j
1 instances where the late Lt. General Bedell CORRECTIONThe JOINT SERVICEThe they p r e s e n ted their drama. surrounding schools attendedthis \
committed and Smith, magnificent soldier, West Coast Ministersand Mt Olive Primitive Baptist tic talents and competed with educational and recreational '
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'lieve that the and.., .from.-.- -March- .1946 -to Deacons Union Choir, along Church will worship jointly other dramatic clubs. activity. ,
Aiarcn ISHB u. s. ambassador -
useful in its .. to Moscow. He early had predicted 1I
The practice that trouble would en- EYES ON INDIANA AND MARYLAND I

to 1893, when sue. He did not, of course,
thorized it anticipate so early and so
has never important by Tito. a The defection ambassador as that Wallace May Prove' PointSenate II

Senator Long's wrote of this in his book ,
and all mail "My Three Years in Moscow," .

the circumstances published in-1950: By RICHARD WILSON his words nor the force with live so far as they can by their acts on the civil rights I

ed the check. "I had recorded in my Chief, Cowles Washington which he utters them. Moreover own standards regardless of bill. The Indiana primary
Journal two months before Bureau Mr. Kennedy had been the opinions of others. May 5 and the! Maryland primary .
in office long enough to arouse May 19.
I the Tito-Cominform split became WASHINGTON, D.C.Pro- opposition on other scores.If The Wallace protest in the I j
public (in June 1948)) spects are better than ever of as expected, the Indiana North cannot be taken sepa- A diffident Indiana gover- I'nor
my belief that Moscow's efforts rately from other political aspects. standing in for President
a repeat performance in Mary- and Maryland primaries underscore -
to maintain the same land and Indiana of Gov. Some Goldwater senti- Johnson as a presidential' caa-
kind of iron discipline over George C. Wallace's unexpected the Wisconsin results ment arises in an immeasurable diate, has discovered that he 1
its disciples abroad as it had showing in the Wisconsin the northern reaction will haveto degree from the same will have to begin campaigning

=== over the party leaders at presidential primary.This be dealt with seriously by sources. What Senator Gold- to meet the Wallace }
home eventually must lead to the politicians. It has now water opposes is the arbitrary threat.
I Opinions and trouble A Soviet mis- is pure and simple a been proved to exist and is no
must b. signed and exercise of federal power to Governor Wallace has
announced -
take, I wrote in my diary, protest vote on civil rights longer merely a projection
p exceed
not SCO wards enforce
desegreation on a national his intention
Sun reserves the right to or has been failure to realize with important .but not overwhelming based on surveys or the volume of cam- t
I b.tiiP____n_._ the difference between the ] significance. But and tone of congressional basis. There are many paigning in Maryland as if he .
I and situa- when politicians they are mail. people in both the North and
pre-war post-war say
Editor, Sun: Yes, of were running for local office.
tions. The Pplitbureau for- unaffected by the outcome in the South, and in both political -
4 ing code presently for gets that before the war Wisconsin they damage their How have to deal been with it may already parties, who have the Whether or not Dirksen caB
consideration as far as these parties which were only own credibility. They have discoveredby same feeling. put across an effective compromise J
plies to the landlord I'm small minorities now control known for some time that Sen. Everett M. Dirksen of the eMI rights bit
i would be fine. who has had long political experience probably binges on the :
; nations and have obligationsto there was a reaction to the BUT WHEN all is said and out-
some sections of this in the friction areas come.
their own countries. The racial demonstrations and to done, the Wallace showing -
of and Illinois.
which I have read the the Chicago
undivided allegiance which pace of the mixing and the Goldwater showing
from cover to cover ( the Soviet government expects races, particularly in hous- lately seem to illustrate e
public library for ) be from foreign Communist ing. But they have not known, DIRKSEN is for modifica- that these people are in a mi
capable of causing it parties can hardly be and do not know now, just tion. The general sense of his nority. For Wallace not only
1 results in the hands maintained ." how deep it runs nationally modification is that civil rights proved that the sentiment exists Alternative
or how it will show itself at .
patient or too-young legislation give people
t not he proved that it is not
ers. This prophecy of 1948 has the polls.IT greater protection to live majority sentiment, at least in (Stratford, Canada, Beacon-
been proved by events of as they please by their own Wisconsin. Herald)
For it's
example ensuing years.It IS AN interesting specu- standards, without the impo- A large bakery in London,
things too far to make is apparent that many lation that if President Ken- sition of the moral judgements: The question is whether or England, has hired a man to J1':
legal for a decisions are ahead. Mr. nedy had lived, the Wallace of others, and with the mini- not the minority is so large keep dead flies from falling
8 I have a .hole or a rip 'a Khrushchev does not pretendto protest might have been more mum of federal interference.At that it cannot be safely or into the deugh. Appears ta us ; _
screen. Naturally, we the have changed and become effective, and thus more sur that, this minimum may wisely overridden. If Wallacecan atheaperschemewouklbetomAke .
keep out mosquitoes, afiead.Hi Hungarian prising. For Mr. Kennedy not be very low and a moral make a showing in Indiana more currant buss. I.
cidents do happen. : speeches'were% candid. But stood for an intellectual and judgment is being made if the and Maryland equal to or
most households they that high-level political and moral commitment to racial civil rights bill is passed at alL greater than that in Wisconsin .
In bunches. Things do to
economic conferences are equality at the earliest date. there will be strong evidenceof
ways wait til the soon to be- necessary is inesCapable Southerners, and also the p rt- But what Dirksen discov- the strength of the northern Knowledge comes from taking -
feels good 8l ,Is on especially if, the time s e g r e gationists of the ered earlier than others was minority. things apart and wfcsdem
lion to wear out French continue their plansof north, do not sense this' commitment the northern reaction resting comes from putting them to-
: foresee the possibility trade and political treaties in the same way with essentially on the convictionsof It'Is now evident that 'this gether. (Toronto, Kan f-Re
reign of terror in with the Chinese. Mr. Johnson, notwithstanding many people that they will evidence will be in before the publican) j j.I

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;j Coeds in Trouble Turn to Abortion \hand the and estimate denounce some may sociologists official be accurate attemptsto say I CHIMNEY CORNERS by BassettWALKER

gloss over the problem.
campus 11 NW It* An. PIMM PR"Fwnlturt t-4GI
t} By MARTIN sure that or so she thinks.It among the college's unmarried to America's entire female col- marriage how does It work Thin A Joy

11', and MARCIA ABRAMSON .. is when she finds that her co-eds. If this estimate were lege enrollment, the total of an-I out? To live With"
I r When Vera A freshman at a "k U FJ campus lover does not want to be applied proportionatelyat nual pregnancies would come
** coeducational college in Ohio J ef Campus marriage or children at Alma Mater U.S.A.? to about 115,000. It I
r told her dormitory chums she 9 : least for the present that This is a staggering statis-
J No has made sta-
; was going to take a short leave! she seeks to undo what has college a tic, and .college officials we
'J to undergo ,,, ,, ,, tistical study. Most, in fact,
an operation eyebrows :' -:/ w"ted -t: ;:: '" ; been done. have spoken to insist that it
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i'e( lifted knowingly and per- the added folly of trying to sleuthing in college towns, we'I Then there are the young prefer to duck the entire sub- is wildly inflated. On the other
ceptively. Vera hadn't bothered!destroy herself via the sleeping- I were able to come up with this freshmen girls whose moral ject. A student publication at ,I MoreMore

to keep secret the fact that she pill routine. composite picture of the physi guidelines are provided by apparently -Syracuse University called the 1.1
had been having sexual re Vera's case history is an extreme cian-abortionist: popular and "emanci- "Sword of Damocles" talkedto stR
: 4 f lation with a, junior who had one, of course. Nevertheless ,I He is a youngish man practicing pated" upperclasswomen. hospital personnel and social And
been her "steady" for six it points up the harrowing in an area where there "These young girls who workers on and around the

t, months. experiences faced by many of are many experienced special- dread nothing so ,much as 'not campus and came up with a
J' TVhen she returned from her today's college girls who find ists. Temperamentally he is an being invited' and 'not being report that there were between Paid Advertising ,

radical sojourn Vera confessed themselves entrapped in the impatient person who does not popular' meet attractive men, ..., ..
I tuat her operation had indeed love-and-sex syndrome.The relish the idea of waiting yearsto on college weekends who are'

been an abortion. It had cost consequences of their build up a lucrative practice.He persuasive in confirming a phil-] : i PeopleAre
'\ her. $Goo, but she had been as- campus affair is frequently a is inclined toward high liv- osophy of 'experimentation',", 'WE:: B-'E1tT: ;:
k,, sured' she had come throughthe pregnancy. Sometimes this will ing or has a wife who is so in points out Sarah Gibson Bland- 'K ( t "

ordeal physically unscathed.Her be legitimatized with a hasty clined.He honestly believes that' ing, who recently retired as . .
abortionist had not beena marriage. But in cases where abortion should be legalized.His I president of Vassar College.! M ''S] S Le"pjBl $' I
charlatan but a medical_ doctor the college boy refuses to marry opinions on this subjectare The anxious-to-please fresh- : BANKING WITHOUT
who was proficient in gyne-the girl or where they both shared by many distinguished man can then easily become
cology. He had agree they want to be leaders of the medical
performed similar sparedthe in "
involved a sexual affair.
11 surgeries on dozens of other burden of offspring, the profession, but so long as it
Since college girls, including LEAVING THEIR CAR!
I college girls and looked whole business will likely end
I upon remains a criminal act, these
freshmen much about
so ltS'
I his illicit sideline as his own on the abortionist's table. other doctors will not touch it I :; t :
birth control devices, it would
i\ form of social welfare project Dr. Herbert Herskovitz, a The doctor-abortionist how' seem that those who have no! They are finding out that nothing could t

r The abortion did cause on echiatrist well-known Philadelphia psy ever, is overly susceptible to religious qualms about r be more convenient thon driving right up
'i casualty the romance between with an extensive practice the monetary reward abortion I pre- to our drive-in teller's window. Banking

I Vera and the student who among college girls, told us provides so that when the first venting conception should haveno ",',, is done in minutes!
I caused that there trouble doing just that However : t _
\ her "I would are proportionately .O.
pregnancy. is offered to him he "
( case
Joseph Sunnen, head of .
have had more abortions ,
< the baby but he said among college -
decides to take it He assures a company that produces a "..: ,-. Open Your
he wasn't ready to marry me, girls today than among non- Account
\ so now I'm through with him," college girls. himself 'he'll take no other birth-control product and the Thtf.Et.triltu: J.e .Ma '.ila fi1re-rs Today
but other
I she confided "The college who ,such cases, invariably man who financed an unusual _
I If Vera learned tearfully. lesson not want her baby girl would rather does I girls- are referred to him conference of faculty membersand ...' '- -': Lr: > : : : : '=.:i:: ;; :::: '''- : '
any : h
I I from this, it faded quickly from not go through the ordeal of and he does not turn them deans to discuss campussex = : > : fIrI c-a
her mind and heart because having the child and then giving. away. problems says that many 5. :, 1 "'.M 7p:'L. ; 'E' /.. ,." :8 :1,.'.. IJ' '..S" :
two years later she became involved it up for adoption," he says.! He constantly reminds him I college girls are still markedly llA r IQNAU BANK I f !{ ltl
self that he is the :
i saving
with "Furthermore she ignorant of sex facts. "Theirglib : <
a graduate student would be ; :
and wound up on the same doc more likely than the noncollegegirl girls who come to him from talk covers up a lack o!f ; }" -'M n' t ; .-t: )Jrf Member Federal Deposit 'l Insurance Corp. Member Florida
tor's operating table. This time, to have the money to pay the desperate folly of seekingout knowledge, and only forthrightsex National Group Member Federal Reserve with Nation-Wide

her parents sought out her lover for abortion, and she would be charlatans. But he also education at the right age ._,- .' Facilities.
I and insisted on a marriage. more resourceful about seeking doesn't hesitate to raise his can correct this situation," he -
They felt their daughter's sex the abortionist oulttIn rates when he feels the traf told us.How .
habits had become so undisci- some cities adjoining large fic will bear it. many pregnancies occur
plined she had to have the protection or well-endowed universities, How does a co-ed find her- 300 and 400 pregnancies a year
)[I, of a wedding ring. the quality of resourcefulness self in a position where she
Vera dropped out of school to isn't very vital because abor needs an abortionist?
: devote herself to her new hus- tionists are not hard to find n There are girls like Vera who Orchids Standard brings the first new
I band,_ but the marriage proved you inquire discreetly- armmri have been living with a For you
f a rickety shell. It came com- the campus or confideinate-t e- "steady" and become careless. II\

pletely apart 18 months later, gitimate but friendly phy Prof. Walter J. Goode Colum-, Her ,. antiknock since
and the distraught girl commit- sician, you will soon have di- bia University sociologist, says Ethyl
rections to the right office. that very often the "careless-
I Because abortion is illegal, its ness" is deliberate. The girl
2015 S.E. Hawthorne Rd.
Today frequently practiced in dank wants to "validate" her rela-

I and'__L_dismal_. __ cellars by_ untutoredecnmcians. tionshio.. and a child will in- Phone FR 6-214
In History in their bungling
way, they are apt to butcher ,
I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS their patient to death while trying -

I Today is Tuesday, April 14, to terminate the pregnancy. "' Methyl
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105th day of 1964. There are ,._. Jl5t llJIf.3! } ; Utlt5 K$ ,
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I Today's highlight in history: doctors These 1f"

\: sassinated dent On Abraham this date Lincoln in 1865, Presi-I perform knowledge have their and operations the equipment professional with to! [ .;:e i, ",::f.:? 3 4sw ,, r.a .

by John Wilkes safety and thus "'
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Washington. Lincoln was shot logically seek out. ISEASQN :
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I, of American states in "Furniture To Live Than Wltfi"A Joy I GAINESVILLE FLORIDA CHtMJCAlCOMfAKl r'f

Washington.In .

1912, the luxury liner Titanic
t struck an iceberg on her : : ': Si -" : Yf',
Vote for : '>
HARRY ,, '
I maiden voyage from Liverpool EVANS ',' k

to New York. Of the 2,000 persons -
aboard, only 700 "
were '
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1 t In 1943, Royal Air Force MY 'di T' AP (
planes were bombing Stuttgart. '
I Germany.In yepor.4' '.. >" > w ?
1945, funeral rites for PresIdent tr G
I Franklin D. Roosevelt
f were held in the White House. __ _

den ,years ago-British For- PROMISE s s : t, x'a
I eign Secretary Anthony Eden

t disclosed that Britain had :: .
pledged close association with ey

the European defense commun- .

ity by stationing her armed ,,e... ,., 4
forces on the continent. TO YOU
Five ago-The RobertA.
years ., ?r { .; .y.,
Taft Memorial Bell Tower ; ,
was dedicated on the Capitol : .4
grounds in Washington.
i One year ago-A naval court
of inquiry was investigating the SOUND BUSINESS PRACTICESI

loss of the nuclear submarine! I PLEDGE to the tax payers and businessmen of this county a pro.. '-, 5
Thresher. with 129 men aboard. gram built on sound business practices with courteous treatment
at all times.,
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I PLEDGE to parents a voice in school matters. I shall encourage

and: support active Parent-Teacher organizations in all of our. "

1'01! arpalear
1 AGENT 0 I PLEDGE to our fine teachers to exert every effort to bring about
salary increases. I shall work to remove salary restrictions based
e on examinations for all of our experienced teachers.

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0 I PLEDGE to the boys and girls of this county a comprehensiveschool

We can give program designed to give equal opportunity to both collegeand
non-college students.
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0 I PLEDGE a reduction of school fees and an elimination of un-

forinsuring necessary assessments. .

your s I PLEDGE a drastic curtailment of, school candy sales and other
raising Inconveniences.
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: Gainesville Sun Tuesday, April 14, 1 64JuniorWoman'sCIubWinsTopA'Ward

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Eight state honors combined rm ..r ,. ]
\ J to win the top M a r y C I ark

i ior Award Woman's for the Club Gainesville at the Jun.69th a: E f ;yr THE ;

i- ,J convention of Women's of the Florida Club yester-Federation f R m Drive.'j Y YRuth I I

day in the Jacksonville.
& ; rThe Mary Clark Award, a silver Weimer . Women's \

I tray given each year as a y y i :
t rotating trophy was presented to : Brides' l

a. Mrs. William Zeanah, pres- ; : s, 1r4I- ry2k ; : I
: ident, by Mrs. Herbert Savage, -'* TODAY, April 14 I elect of Nath I I'' E
i director, during the 'I
c, Dinner feting Miss Anne 8 to 10 pjn., I '
Awards luncheon in the Robert '
I Purvis, bride elect of Billie ey Belnap, :
1 Meyer Hotel. Nugent Nimnicht Jr., of Jack- Avenue. I !
The Gainesville Junior Club sonville, 7 p.m., Miss Ann WEDNESDAY; l'
{ placed first in state competition Arnow and Miss Jane John- Coffee I
j in the following fields: ; conservation ston Gainesville Golf and ney West,
and natural -resources, Country Club. I
I Culpepper
fine arts, international affairs !
( 4yr until noon, !
l public affairs\ and-'youth: conver. 329 NW 14th ., ,. 'f
sations. The club 'also reversed
second in American home and x -r 44 kir I ,.. I

education, honorable mentionfor
its year book and a special
t, award for the 19631 Ship Hope 7 .,.-r %,
t'y '
: ate
.project.Other top awards.presented : ___,,,,,",,,C C"'C" "' .. ",. .... .' A."
during the luncheon went to the 6.80i.
t Planatation Juniors of Fort Lau- V .....'oW .... _}c. ,,__ A. ____ ,,' :_. 1I
: derdale, Coral Gables Juniors, 9xNl1ij'ry AyFy'yi /.d

and Hialeah Juniors. .. <' CITIZENS
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These three' clubs won the A g 17 h'U
Emmy Awards, named for Mrs.,
Savage, while 76 other state junior IaltD011ARS $
clubs also were presented O
awards. .55 So
b Monday Junior Day 83 SO
Monday was Junior Day at Mrs. William Zeanah, right, president of the Gainesville Junior Woman's Club; lDZ63
the opening session.of was presented the Mary Clark Award by Mrs. Herbert Savage, state Junior Director -
day parley with 500 the.our-J : during the Awards Luncheon yesterday on opening day of the FFWC 69th
ending the awards \ I convention: in Jacksonville.

; Following the. luncheon, the Mrst. Wade, F u gat e of Wil- downfall of the free enterprise per cent of the women felt that 19D i : p2G
junior !group voted to sponsor 1 a liston, junior vice director; system in the United States, according -standards of living would improve -
resolution at the General Fed-
Mrs. Charles Fuller Hunt, Tam- to a New York adver: if all workers got more L
eration of Women's Clubs con- ;:
; vention in Atlantic City in June pa, recording secretary; Mrs. tising executive who spoke to,corporation profits with prices tS
Chris Kalfas, Tallahassee, jun- the convention delegates last and production controlled by the
recommending that a uniform ,
ior editor, Mrs. Milton E. .
night. government.He
limit be set for all junior
age '
clubwomen in the Unized States. Thompson Jr., Hialeah, junior Dwight C. Van Meter, vice- said the danger in this is I

i Mrs. J. F ran k Johnson of budget director. president of N. W. Ayer and not in the power of women but ,
i Tampa, new state junior'.director Speaker Gives WarningThe Son of New York, quoted statistics -rather in their attitudes and
t, who succeeds Mrs Savage, American woman's atti- of a survey of college apathy about increasing economic -
J has named the following officers tude toward government and seniors to back his statement.He power being gained by 'the
i : economics could lead to the said the survey showed 66 government.

Fi f f {t Everywhere we look," -Van 0 RECORD PAYERYou

Meter said, "the American wom-

[ r; Calendar Mrs: J. H. PalmerTo an either to set sets both or is economic now in a.and position ,

social standards."

t "If most of us ever decide to pay with it. When it comes back canceled,
Of Events
Be HonoredIn agree with these women students -
," he said, "we can kiss ':- ,-}itfs one of the most dependable records you can .
TODAY April 14 this thing called 'the Americanway '. >:.
11 : League of Women Voters celebration of the eightieth Douglas, Mrs. Paul Bergman,I of life' goodby." '. have. t
Unit Meeting, 8 p.m., Mrs.E. I __' : .'
Lowe Pierce, 1822 NW 7th birthday of Mrs. J. H. Palmer, Mrs James Feiber, Mrs Louis r ; ,; T. .

: Place. on April 15, two parties have Ziegler and Mrs. Glenn Farris.] Fitness. Course '. :'. t .
S .' 'I' -:
been planned. :';}
"B'Nai Israel Sisterhood
Sunday afternoon, a tea has For WomenIs ,: ,' Available at CitizensBank." ;
Community Wednesday eve n i at 7 o'- been "
ng planned by Mrs. Palmer's T" :
ter. ScheduledThe : : ;: ; ',;
clock, a testimonial dinner will :
four nieces who will entertain at i .
Tuesday Evening Supper be given at the University Inn
the' Gainesville Women's Club. .. ..
Club of Gainesville, 6 p.m., by members of the St. Patrick's Gainesville Recreation -- '"
1402 West University Avenue. Women's Club. The hostesses are Miss lou- Department announces a sec-
Alachua Pharma- ond Physical Fitness Course
ise Kincaid, Mrs. James Feiber
ceutical Auxiliary Meeting, 7 Mrs. Maud Dickerson and "For Women Only" will be of-
\ p.m., Covered Dish Supper, Mrs. J. R. Cox will serve as cochairmen 'Mrs. J. C. McCraw of Gunters-.fered beginning Thursday at
honoring husbands, Mrs. for the dinner. ville, Ala., and Mrs. Thomas 'the Recreation Center.

Earnest L. Campbell, 3858 NW Assisting on the birthday par- Fuller of Washington, D. C. 'I. The course will be held from

15th Street. ty committee are Mrs. Leo Bes- Invitations have been extended 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for a

,t Great Books Discus s ion sette, Mrs. Frank Maloney, to more than 450 guests to period of six weeks. .

Group, 8 p.m., Gainesville Mrs. W. A. Little, Mrs. F. W. .call from 4 to 5 pjn. I. The course, following the
Public Library. general outline of the Physical
Xi Phi Chapter Beta Sigma Fitness Program prepared by s ,

Phi Sorority, 8 p.m., Mrs. PireniarLDeckcrNuptial the President's Council on Phy-
Reid Poole.WEDNESDAY. sical Fitness, will include warm-

April 15 up exercises, conditioning exer-
League of Women Voters cises and circulatory activities.

Unit Meetings, 9:30 a-m., Mrs. Carolyn Kaeslin, Wom
23rd Mrs. Terrace.Earl Homer 1941 NW Plans ListedMiss en's Director, will be instructorfor 110 EAST UNIVERSITY AVE. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA MEMBER FDIC

[ the course. I
Girl Scout Basic Leadership

Course, 9 a.inGirl: Scout Lucienne Fireman, Miss Bette Easter of New York -

House, 810 NW 8th Street. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Zareh City, and Miss Martha Hodsdon, ," .. ..... ... .
Gainesville Bridge Club, M. Pirenian
announces plans for of Coral Gables, bridesmaids. Ail'. .
7:30 p.m. Holiday Inn. her wedding to Robert William .
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Gainesville Music Teachers Decker, son of Mr. Elroy Lyman Elroy Lyman Decker Jr., ; --

Association, 8 p.m., Utility Decker of Miami Shores and Chapel Hill, N.C., will serve as ... -, .

Fifth Operations Avenue.Chapter Center.-' -; -A 555. SE. the-late Mrs. Decker. best man for his brother. Ushers .': :" Now can get an is- cot two-ton Chrysler .0 ....
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The wedding will'be solemnized will be' John Milton: BrownleeJr. -., ..... '"
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Mrs. J. E. Turlington, Mrs. '. -. Saturday a{ 7:30 pjn. in' ., Gainesville; David V. for less money than one o f those iazzed-up compacts .',.

C. E. Bell, 1610_ IVY 16t11 Ave- the First Presbyterian Church Cragg, Rochester, N. Y.; Rob- .
nue. .-_ ,.. .\ with Dr. U. S. Gordon, pastor,' with a big car name on it. :' <
officiating ert H. Dunn, Tampa, and Thomas .
University City' BrT d fge James, step-brother of the _
Club, 7:30 pjn.,' Weed Hall, Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones will be bridegroom, Miami Shores.

107 NW 15th Terrace"'* ,_- organist, and' George Mason. is Let's face it. You _can't make a big automobile the road. Power for the tight spots. And the luxury .. _. .
C.B.E. and D:&; :Classes" ta-b hesoloiste Following the rehearsal Friday .
out of a compact (even when it has a big car name you get only in a big car,
of Gainesville High:School, evening at 6:30 in the
Emp1oyer-Emplo1t.a ,,. ''\ bride_ will J!>:e. given inmarjiage church, the bridegroom's father on it) no.matter how many, extra-cost options You'll get more value, too:: things that cost

bjrher"father.. add you extra on a smaller car, Like a 36i-cubic-inch .:.
7 p.m., GainesviHSmrigJr I and Mrs. Decker will entertainthe you *; .
School Cafeteria, .. Her attendants will be Mrs. wedding party and out of Right* i t odayjt;drtff andrive* nr'18-foot JV-8 that runs on, regular gas Foam- shioned .. ..'

University Wbmen's..:CIub,' Robert Arnold Claeys of Jacksonville town guests at dinner in the two-ton Chrysler Newxir&edaiuforless] money? ront seatfe Padded dash Sill-to-sill carpcts +if

Choral Grodp, 10 ajn.MJlab--; ( ,.matron of honor; Miss' Spanish Court Room of the and a lot less trouble.You'll _, So why settle for less than a Chrysler-now ,> 1
house. Patricia Bledsoe of Gainesville I Hotel Thomas.GAINESVILLE f'
get the; room Yon-want. j.cight to handle' that price is no longer a factor? .: ,
DemocraUc-Womi's ; ,
Board Meeting, 8 pjn., Mrs. HEARING AID CO. .. ,
Lyle N. McAlister, 2712 SW
5th Place.A .

I a c h ua Classroom Teachers *:Grand : t'
i Opening _
Association,' Board Meeting,
3:30 p.m., J. J. Hnley.Library.
Eight o'clock Group of.Uni APRIL 15-APRIL 30 1.vF
versity Women's Club Newcomers We Invite You To Visit Our New Modern Office

8 p.m., U iversity Women's and Register for a Chance to Win New .
Clubhouse. Mrs. Maxine Gad-
dum guest speaker. I AUDIOTONE .

ChurchCircles HEARING AID

Need not b. present to Win Drawing May 5th

See The New "Mesa"
Nerve Deafness Can Be
Helped I

TODAY" April 14
First Lutheran ladies Guild:

Esther Circle 8 p.m., at the .
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Priem Residence, 4289! NW ;
16th Street, Mrs. Leland Zim-

Qierman, hostess. A professional. hearing test and

TODAY, April 14 I cudiogram evaluation is offered Co tee your Cferjsler Dealer .the best of the Wf car mane CHRYSLER DIVISION CHRYSLER
I' Wesley Community Methodist free of a r
charge or obligation to all HOURS MOTORS CDRPORAHON
t Church, W'SCSAnnette 1 I persons with a hearing loss or 10: A.M. I,
Haden and Fannie a hearing problem. 5: .P.M. .

1, a.m.Evelyn, Church.Dewar Circles, 9:30 i I GAINESVILLE HEARING AID CO. 204 N. MAIN ST.: : '

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' Childish reply* writ to Abby, Box 3365. ;;;Jc. nc..

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I 11 DEAR ABBY: This Is an "I love my husband but" letter. not as big, either. Can you tell me what to do? VAN ARE BECAUSE YOU'RE DUMP1NGTDN DRASTA1L L4TIIZ-
My problem is that husband seems to get a tremendous
pleasure out of teasing our little three-year-old son until he DEAR PICKED ON: You have three choices: ((1) Talk them CHEAP LITTLE OUT OP MV FIRST QU/CKI! I SPILLS THE YMOLEF1LTYv I4ELPLEQ.SiORIiFa .
I" cries. For instance, he will stand in front of him and step out of it. ((2)) Learn to fight back.. ((3)) Run. -' THING/ WE KS ALLOWANCESl // WEGorAPRA8IFM. DRAGTAIL.r
. ?from side to side to keep him from passing through a doorway. / .:'

;, Or: bell hide a toy the baby is playing with. I can't figure this DEAR ABBY: I have a dear friend who has a twoyearoldson. ==

-out because I know my husband loves the boy as much as I do. Whenever she comes to visit me with the boy, she starts

I I have asked him to stop it several times. He'll stop for a while rearranging my knickknacks plants and anything breakable. z W y;'

...but pretty soon he's back doing the same thing. I wonder what I resent having a planter that meant to be on the floor, end- p '

effect- this. will have on the child later in life? ing up on my mantelpiece. Is there some nice way I can tell <

i -- SEEKING HELP her to teach her little boy not to touch everything in sight? I
DEAR SEEKING: You are wise to notice and to attach have children of my own, and have never needed to put thingsup 1r.lM

some importance, to your husband's excessive teasing. It frustrates and out of reach. ,

the child and will sure not enhance the child's love for RESENTFUL ... rl... LI

his father. He is "competing" with the boy and flaunting his DEAR RESENTFUL: Perhaps you should be thankful that

I I "superiority" which is immature. Explain this to your husband your friend is so considerate of your possessions. Of course she

I and insist that he grow up, or his son will become a man should "teach" her child not to touch but apparently she findsit DADBURN I > -.. *A MAW Y RABBIT-FOOTll FETCH ME )
before his father does. easier to move things. I don't advise attempting to educatea IT'S POWERFUL WINDY WORRYWART *
woman who won't educate her own child _
DEAR ABBY: I am In the seventh grade. Everybody picks E'WALwN'ACROST THAT
tra.me. I try to tell them to leave == OL FOOT LOG k :
me alone but that just leads CONFIDENTIAL TO EVE: Listen courteously to what a _____
to more trouble. I am not as strong as some of the boys and man SAYS- then judge him by how he LIVES. I r.n ._

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THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker t -- 4s SAPAWORD y

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-: :;i'tUJ.\1nrk irtmt, slightest interest to Brown. He and start reading it to see tims. of a tax bureau which .

WASHINGTON-'The"incometax wants to know what his $927.18 what he was getting for his tells them what percentage of NHYDIDYJUmt :\ I DO HAVE AN DNOE WHO- SORT OF-
was used for, and it would money. Before long Brown ML A WILD STOgy I WELL-OfF DANE!-AND I-.THOUSHT KEJMOTT
would be tolerable if the make him a better citizen if would probably be at the Capitol every dollar .is spent for war, THE P05?OFFKE.WAS UKETHAT? GIVE l -.OH,DARLJN6. I LOVE YOU SO .
government would give us anexplicit the government would tell him. with a huge committee of Mississippi the U.N., congressmen's CLOSED YE5TUDIN. DIIOO.! /I\1JCH-.AND! I HOPED,AFTER WE GOT >a r
The for citizens whose taxes for : pay and the salary of
mor.ey- used for. government, reasons pay FROM YOU*I SEN KDU5UNCLL MOULD: COME AL0H6-AH0l .Nw
of its own, will not tell him. the Congressional Record and :the Capitol and White House E- CAME: BY SPECIAL ,
this is impossibleto
present this huge committee .would police. Al Brown realizes that DflJYK/? i' _
calls Td
Al Brown
get Suppose These reasons are very in. probably want to know, ,rather when his $227.18 is split proportionately o I
Washington and "I am
says teresting. Suppose the government testily, just what had been going among .all federal '--v)
Al Brown of 721 Green Street,
looked it up and told on there for the last 175 activities, he is not contributIng Nyvk e -
Oshkosh Wisconsin and I wantto Brown that his $927.18 had
years. enough to anything to cut
know how you used the been used to print 10 pages of the least bit of _ice in Wash- .
1927.18 I paid you in taxes the Congressional Record (at What happens In short Is ington. y.qua

last year." Eventually he will the going cost of $90 a page). that Brown given a tangible s 4
be connected with a voice at Even without knowing Brown, responsibility in government, The policeman who seizes his _
tax headquarters which will one can imagine his reaction.It snaps out of his civic lethargy: Urn knows that Brown feels sG

tell him that 60 cents of every might be necessary to collect and becomes an alert citizen.' like a nobody and of course, -
dollar is on the military eJT WHAT SHALL ) I II V MtNNIEI! JL < AMTAWNd
spent It is exciting to think of what
his next tax at gun- there is nobody that govern REPORT TO jt 'AVSNTA j WDNt EXFARTHINSI YOU TO MISS LARES
that so many cents are spenton point. might result from a precisetax ments, politicians and police- L COUCANYDN KNOW THE REDS WHO y PSCT OUR REP PALOMINO SECRi1ARY .
education so many on illuminating accounting to every citi men enjoy pushing around I COUUJNT BEGIN ALLOWED M& OUT FRIENDS WOULD TO THE U..CONSUL -
the capitol dome, However, Brown would probably z ID COZY INFORMATION ON BOND.SO TO FURNISH YOU AfifciiSSTAKS. ,HERE/ r
more than nobody.. FROM A PROPER YANK SPEAK?' ...
and soon. resign himself to support- zen.Naturally there would be resistance 1 o OtfJCCR...
These figures are not of the ing the Congressional RecordD&E4lAKI" from pacifists whose But let Brown know the ,

money is used for war goods, truth that he is the man

SAP SAW Negroes whose money is used who buys Senator Dirksen's < l 1 L

I ) TRACHfa for subsidizing Mississippi and cigarettes who helped pay for
RETIARY John Birchers whose moneygoes the President's dinner last h F'MAY3E

night, or who owns a piece of
to the U.N. on balance
S P R I T E 5 E V A
ACBOSS Reprimand however the argument is overwhelming a nuclear submarine somewhere >
Toners MOW 1 5 ?
1.Sea duck SI. -
in the antic let Brown -
7 Dishonor 32.Moslem A 3 HAM E D Co A 0 L for giving every citizen ',
know this and make hima -
12.fruit potentate DUAL D E M 0 N R V an accurate report. you IV
13 Apple 33.Bib.witch s A R N LED The weakness of the present menace to government. en

drink home GAT DETERGE system was dramatized in a
14.Seal 35.Jap.terse I He will get nasty with policemen -
genus small incident at the capitol
REP 0 3 1 T TIE R .
IS.Pmtyter16.Tnroogh 3 7.Pigeon pea Tnic.uided who try to seize his film '
38.flounder ARE NOSE I 0 L A the o then du when some insist that I II 6IZ, ONT' VE J.ST RASH IU.VE YE7lS 6ttYS
congressmen quit
17.S1mplcH..Solitary P .V R BAD A T T S .. ; tourist took a snapshot doctoring the record tell the I>'4 Z POW'T Wrf4 1419r QUITE CAUGHT ON 'to J r ;.
43.Tropical inside the empty House of f4TiJNK EARGEs EXPERIENCE WHAT yOU HAP t IMMfrO ] .
sugar SOLUTION OF YESTERDAYS PUZZLE F.B.L to get off his telephone.He .
19.Guided Am er.tree Representatives. A woman tour :3 1 K 601146 s TiOWRTV ii
Transform, genus DOWN Blanch guide interrupted her speech will quickly begin feeling TD V RK IIE'D MAKE'
himself the f OUT N A6RFAT'C
22.Never. 45.'Blacke 1.Desist equal of govern 5
6.RidiculecoUoq. and began screaming for the t ws NEW TROt18LEDOE' .
German 46.Russ.stock Sheepfold police, who came puffing up ments. + sElV
2 i.Perfume Ides 3.Ceo. a r r1.-
Ktng aid hands on the tourist and t
s 7.Not& 47.Rcn&ZTC/us Bradley Governments nowadays are 5
borrower 48.Composed Oriental lute 8.Coning seized his film. too cunning to put up with

9.Additions There are regulations against i much of that That is why nobody
t z. i 4 IS 1 a. u u 10.Shabbier photographing the H 0 use i will tell Brown what was ,..( x
11.Stumble chamber. (What if such pictures I e
t j 1$ done with his $927.18. Poor:
I Lamprey reached the hands of Brown. Look: The government' I ;hI w
iT IS 20.Chalice the Chinese Communists?) is I
21.Steadfast opening a secret dossier on
Still in a government where
r/h/; 17: : ,. "l'r; It ', 23.24.CamdLalrfabric Bitter vetch every citizen was sure of his i Brown:'I knows a now.menace The when governmentI it
importance, a small rule infraction I' sees FOR THE RUST-TIME PUBN6 HEX RVE r0 YOU BELIEVE THAT Mo'rve COME TO THEn
Uniform would hardly have NO USA. x "
f5 &f if.Z1: 21 26.Rhttorlc: ended in public humiliation.The *. WHY SHE LEFT THc HO5PiTAL.' WAS ?URGE. ..THAT SHE REMEMBERS FATHEK'
'h 28.And not tourist in Washingtontells i Jax U. PlansGraduate THERE MWTWNa UNUSUAL WHKBEHAV10K TH- EVENTS OF THAT DAY
U r'l"/" : 't 30.Terminate himself that this is his RJR1N6 THE f
3*.Valleys: LA&T PgW E7AY5T
J'z "l'I: I J I 'I/" 3S.Fennel-P.&.' city and these are his buildings Study ;
'l/ -" 38.Cat's but in his soul he can .

//' : I .%:I>>: --3/.. 4 39.So be paW'l It not believe it, .and in the suspicious JACKSONVILLE (AP) / q- q-4 V t I

41 /; 141 44 40.Contempt gaze of the White Jacksonville University has tlr \

'I'h able House cops and in the Capitol announced: it will begin a graduate __
4 3r (/ ..4' 41.Nonrrglaa him to out" l
= / = county signs telling "keep education program next fall ::

41 14a 42.Masticate of congressional preserves, he Master of arts degrees will __ 1
Y/ U.Vchl-e! is warned that he had better be awarded in English, elementary Q _

partGaiZOmin. ,1tMewst..rene -- +i.,'t1" not try making himself at education and social stud

home. ies. The pro rrn will be taughtin h %
All these tourists are the vic evening ummer school

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J 1 Oscars Go to Portier, Patricia': Neal Torn Jones-

'0 ,- AP Movie-TV Writer didn't think I had an excellent ble." New York and worked as a,la- worked at the Actors Studio in 1958 for "The Defiant Ones." Heusen for "Call Me Irresponsible -blonde, Is in England awaitingthe
chance."I The only other Negro to-win borer. Then deciding he wantedto with other promising youngsters Britain's Tony Richardsonwas ," sung by Jackie Gleason in birth of her fourth child.
i "HOLLYWOOD (AP) Sidney knew in Albert Finneystar an acting Oscar was Hattie Mc- "do something constructive like Marlon Brando and James selected best director for "Papa's Delicate Condition." She is married to writer Raald
I' Poi tier. brilliant Negro actor ( of "Tom Jones'), I had a Daniel in the supporting category -[with my life," he tried the Dean and finally mastered the "Tom Jones." The film won a Van heusen claimed the Os- DahL She came to Hollywoodin
::1 who had trouble getting started formidable opponent. I respecthim for "Gone With' the*American Negro Theater. He language. total of four Oscars but failedto cars, explaining: "Sammy just the early 1950s from Broadway
because of his.calypso type very, much. Wind," in 1939. was a natural and quickly be- Poitier has had a number of make the big sweep predicted didn't, feel like showing up." made a few films then re-
British West Indies accent has "It is a long journey to this Poitier didn't start school un-,came a star. memorable roles since his 1949 by some. Cahn's wife divorced him Mon- turned. Some said it was because
r1 become the first of his race to moment and I must thank a lot til he was 11. When his father's I Later branching out, he found film debut in "No Way Out" The nod for best song went to day.Miss producers felt she didn't
I. win a top movie Oscar. of people for I making it possi business collapsed he went to his accent a handicap. he and was nominated for an Oscar Sammy Cahq and James Van Neal, a slender, big-eyed appear sexy enough.

t I =;:The 37-year-old son of a tomato -
::11 farmer in Nassau the Bahamas
was named best actor
t of 1963 at Academy.Awards: ceremonies -

I'' Ingratiating Monday portrayal night of for an itinerant his

,, Baptist construction worker COUCH "TH I RTY-FIRST"
who helped nuns build a :
church in "Lilies of the Field."

,Patricia Neal 38, whose career -
has included'downs as wellas
608 N. MAIN ST. .
ups made it a comeback :
story by taking best actress hon- ,
I ors. Her winning role was as.the ,', BIRTHDAY SALE"
slovenly' housekeeper in "Hud." ;

I "Tom Jones" a racy rollickIng
tale of 18th century England .
was selected best picture : :
at the 36th annual festivities at q"

I I Santa Melvyn Monica Douglas Civic Auditorium.once iy Greta s ZENITH COLOR, T. V.

Garbo's favorite leading man,
pulled an upset by, winning as ______
best supporting actor for his _
performance as the patriarchal ,
rancher of "Hud. John Hustonof
"The Cardinal" and Hugh ; 0
Griffith of 'Torn Jones" had $ 8TRADEIN 500
been cofavorites. i ; \ Ii 1

Margaret Rutherford, dowdy
duchess ol "The V.I.P.S" and a
heavy favorite was named best i
supporting actress. :j'z--'

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to receive his golden statuette -
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:i "He ,had this comment: f l3t & DESIGNED 't,

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a rr+,'- BOB GREEN
Associated 'Press Sports Writer
"" F orida's football game with Southern Methodist is to be [

I on regional television this fall mainly because the Southwest y. The Berra era'starts today.

1 Conference had an exJXsure.coming to it under the varied rt And pore ol' Yogi, freshman ? e1 Tuesday

, system used in setting up ,the national calendar for a season manager of the New York Yankees O April 14,1954PIg1

has to be a loser. : '

I The intricate maneuvering does not allow a school to appear
If he wins the American'League
more than twice in any one year allots certain number of
pennant-and the Las -

Vegas quotation has him an league. We'll win." throwing ceremony at Wash- Orlando Pena, 12-20 vs. Phil

odds-on 2-5 choice to do so-the If they do, it'll be the fifth ington.He was followed by Los Regan, 15-9, at Detroit

skeptics will merely say straight under three managers, lio Navarro who did a bit of
Casey Stengel, Ralph Houk and ball throwing too. In fact, they abrhbi. abrhM.
"With that talent your grandmother Berra, who succeeded Houk at allowed the hapless Senators Pearson If 5000 Blas'ame 2b 10 0 0
r t ,! q, 1 ji! could manage them .to Moron 3b S 1'1 1 Brinkman ss 4 0 01
the close of
.' ', l(" : last season just one hit between them a Fregosi ss 3120 Htnton If 3000
the pennant"And Adcock Ib 4131 Skowron Ib 4' 0 0
\ + '".;" .. ."; Yogi will go with roughly the double by losing pitcher Claude Thomas rf- A 1 1 J King rf 4000
is Osteen off McBride in the Rodgers c 4110 Lock cf 2000
; "i should he ,
+ same team that won for Houk, Simpson cf 10.1 0 Retzer c 2000Knoop
third. 2b :3001 Center 0000
finish anywhere but far in front
then lost to the Los
McBride p 2000 Kennedy 3b 2. 0 0
-along will come the cry: Dodgers and Sandy Koufax in Angeles' Ken McBride and Ju-' Navarro- p 1000 Osteen p 2010

games.to new schools and takes into account World Series "Man, but didn't ol' Yogi foul four straight in the World Navarro came on when Mc aPMWps Kink. p 0000 1000

dates,.etc. SLUGGING FIRST BASEMAN JOE ADCOCK. up a great ball club?" Series. Bride tired in the seventh. A' Totals a-Struck out 351,1 for Osteen Totals In 7th. 24010 b-Ran

To show how Southeastern Conference teams maneuveredinto Blasts Three Hits in Angel DebutConigliaro's He's even starting' a half- two-run double by Lee Thomas for Retzer In ,fltw

the picture, Mississippi State is a newcomer and so its game back, since the Los An- Ford, 24-7 last season will be was the big Angel hit. 1 1The Los Angeles ............... 001 (24 lit-I
Washington .100 001 MO-4E
game with Ole Miss on Dec. 5, made the grade. geles Angels got a jump on the opposed by Boston's sturdy Bill rest of the teams open

: rest of the league with a 4-0 decision -Monbouquette, a right hander today with Baltimore's Milt -Refzeiv Knoop. Kennedy. PO-A-Los
Texas and Texas A&Mr traditional Thanksgiving Day foes, Angeles- 2715. Washington 2717. DP-Mc.
in the traditional presi- who was 20-10 in 1963, and a Pappas, 16-9 going against lastyear's Bride. Fregosi and Adcock. LOB-Los'Angeles
are not to be: on for holiday exposure this year. Instead, it that includes :' I. Washington/ 0.2B .
lIne-up rookie
dential opener over the Senators outfielder American League rookie -Adcock, Osteen. 3B-Rodgers. SB-
and Alabama at Birmingham. The two Alabama -
will be Auburn
Tony Conigliaro,' a top of the Gary Peters 19-8, at Simpson. S-Knoop.
at Washington Monday. year
rivals have moved their game from a normal Saturday Dream Now IP H41 ER 18 SO
Undismayed prospect. Chicago; veteran Camilo Pas- McBrkJge,. W, 1-0 61-3.1 0 0 S :3
afternoon date to Thanksgiving Day. Navarro 2 2-3 0 0 0 1 2
: Yogi, however,' is nnd& -One-Hitter cual,,21-9, of Minnesota against Osteen L. 6-1 7 1:1:1:1: : : 2

There Is an NCAA ruling that four teams which have not : :mayed.', In fact, he's probablythe ,President Johnson opened the the IndiansJim Grant, 13-14, at HBP Kline-By McBride (2 Kennedy 1 ).1 WP-Os-1 01

appeared on a TV game the previous five years must be: Comes most undismayed major season with the traditional ball- Cleveland;, and.Kansas City's]teen.)Dimuro.PapareHa T-2:18. ,A-Umont 40,145. Drummond

included. Auburn also fell into this category. True: league manager who ever lived.

This is a good omen for the tJF as regards future TV ap He has Whitey Ford down to

pearances. The Gators' attractive scheduling well could bringto pitch today's opener against the f Houston And Johnson
I NEW YORK (AP) A home in i
national exposure again in 1965 with an opener against year runs 83 games earned : Boston Red Sox at Yankee Sta
Northwestern at Evanston, m. U not, and if the UF fails ago Tony Conigliaro' dreamed a him the. Most Valuable Player 'dium.

to "show" before 1969, Florida's turn will come up again, beautiful dream. the kind and Rookie of. the Year awards. And he and Ford, who is doubling Had Added IncentiveBy

likely in 1970. only teen-agers dream. Explaining how Conigliaro the pitching coach;
He dreamed he was playing beat out older and more experienced -
center field at Yankee Stadium rivals for the regular cen- have 'themselves a little'black

Pay-TV ExperimentAnd in the spot hollowed by his idol, ter field job, Red Sox Manager book in which they've written MIKE RATHET "

while, on the topic, of sports television, the long-awaited Joe DiMaggio.The Johnny Pesky said: down starting pitching assign- Associated Press Sports Writer !

pay TV experiment gets under way today on the West Coast. ments for 161 other! ,games this "There was-a little extra reason

This year fans will have to pay to see Los Angeles Dodgersand dream has turned to real- "He just did everything we year. for this one," said Houston

San Francisco Giants game via the home screen.It ity for Conigliaro but the boy, asked him to. He ran well, he Which Is a 'little optimistic, pitcher Ken Johnson.

who turned 19 last January, fielded well, he threw well and for the Yankees. "
even "You mean Jim? someone
works in this manner. There is a $10 installation cost
finds it difficult to believe. he hit better '
than anybody else. Berra's
to convert the set. The PER is $1.50 almost As is pre-season pronouncement asked."I .
charge, game, "If I'm still dreaming" he And with power. What more can
the same price as a bleacher seat at the stadium. In addition, said today, "please don't wakeme. you expect?" : thought about him right before
If the home viewer plans to watch only a limited numberof ." "We'll win it r We'll win even 'the game," Johnson said.'All x

games, he's responsible for maintenance if the set should go Berra Exclaims if Mantle doesn't play 100 the fellows did."

awry. If he signs for a "fixed" amount of games, mainten- The youngster's feelings are games. There are no ifs, about There was Johnson, pitching
I understand. last Yogi Berra, the Yankee manager -' Mantle Maris or: anything:
ance comes with the contract.No easy to Only or two-hit ball for eight innings before -
June, he was attending St. raised'his eyebrows in We've got the best eight starters he tired. There was Hal

matter how you slice this cake, John Q. Public isn't Mary's High in Lynn, Mass. surprise when he was told of and the best pitching in the Woodeshick protecting the leadin

going to get much of a break. There's supposed to be the Ten months later, he not only the newcomer in the Red Sox relief. There was Nellie Fox

advantage of no commercials on pay-TV. Wanna bet how long was wearing a big league uniform opening day line-up. ,I stroking a key two-run single. ,

that setup goes before the ball players start shaving again but appearing at Yankee There[ was Jim Wynn lashing a :!t ...,).,.-, 1
between innings? Stadium in his first major .' .
decisive two-run homer. Y ',- ,
FT <> '
Melrose Soars TrackBefore league game as the Boston Red MaiorLeague And there were the rest of :' ; :' _>, ,
Sox regular center fielder. I NOINGSMilwaukee k' ;" Y ./'
First Look the Colt their shirt sleeves : .

anyone gets the wrong idea, Melrose's victory in the Conigliaro got his first look at striped with black out of respectfor NATIONAL LEAGUE STARTERS TODAY

Riverland Conference track meet was well-deserved and not Yankee Stadium Monday as the NATIONAL LEAGUEW. 'at San Francisco. N teammate, Jim Umbricht Ernie' Broglio (L), Warren Spahn

as much of a surprise as some fans in the area might have Red; Sox took a brief workout L. Pet. G.B. Only games scheduled opening the National League

figured it to be. before today's againstthe Houston 1 0 1.000 AMERICAN LEAGUE season Monday by beating the
opener Chicago 0 0.000 Vt W. U Pet. G.B. Cincinnati Reds 6-3.
The score was 101-80, not 101.90 as reported, and the absence NeW York Yankees. His impression Los Angeles 0 0.000 Vi Los Angeles. 1 01.000 Johnson Enjoys
of Branson's Bill Schossler, although it cost the defend-i was typical. Milwaukee 0 0.000 Vt Kansas City 0 0 ..000'J TeammateUmbricht
I New York 0 O.000Philadelphia Vi Minnesota 0 O.OOO.YJChicago
ing champs dearly probably was not a deciding factor. 0 0.000 Vt; 0 0 ..000'J:. died of cancer last
"Gee it's huge isn't it?" he St. Louis 0 0.000 Vi Detroit 0 0.000 Vt week. The opening day pitching
Actually, Melrose had several good runners out. of action. San Francisco 0 0.000'J Cleveland 0 0.000'J''
One was Mike Wallace, defending mile winner. Cincinnati 0 1 .000 1 Baltimore 0 0.000 V4 assignment went to Johnson, Game PopcornBy
said.The YESTERDAY'S RESULT New York 0 0.000 Vi
Bobby Wallace, the mile victor this year, picking up where youngster stepped out of Houston f. Cincinnati Boston 0 0 .000 Vt Umbricht's roommate on road ,
0 1 .000
Washington 1
his brother left off in 1963 is only an eighth grader, not a a high school uniform into a professional TODAY'S GAMESSt. YESTERDAY RESULT trips last year.

freshman. He has run as well as 4:52.4 this season which is garment of the Welles- Milwaukee. Louis at at Los San Angeles Francisco N Los Angeles TODAY'S A. Washington GAMES 0 The Colts provided Johnson FRANK CORMIER Johnson to D.C. Stadium in the

quite a feat for a youngster.Carl ville Red Sox and proceeded to Chicago at PittsburghNew Boston at New York with a 6-0 lead tagging Reds' WASHINGTON (APPresident -first place. A president is expected
York at N
Herring Melrose coach said has worked Baltimore at Chicago starter Jim Maloney, a 23-game to throw out the first ball
Bobby an lead the New York-Penn Leaguein Only games scheduled Kansas City at Detroit Johnson displayed a strong
entire year at improving himself in the mile since finishingfifth TOMORROWS GAMES Minnesota at Cleveland winner last season, for three of the season and this bit of
batting with a mark of .363. New York at Philadelphia N Only games scheduled right arm and a zest for pop
as a seventh grader. He was a good 100 yards ahead at His slugging feats including 24 Chicago at Pittsburgh. N TOMORROWS GAME runs in the fifth and another he ceremony becomes the more
corn as helped inaugurate
: St. Louis at Los Angeles. N Los Angeles at Washington, NCOZY
the finish last Friday. ,,-,. .. =- ...... .".".. ", .......... three in the sixth. thje 1964 baseball season. imperative in .an election year.
The Mustangs have been having their problems in the ath- <.0.' "<>'>:"< .,.<."...<>>, ..P"' The Johnson-Woodeshick combination -

letic world of late. And there is the issue of whether or not N.,8 wound up with a five- The President sat through the Arrived Late

the school will continue to exist in the future. But for 1964, ,, ,' hitter. It was, however, not the full nine innings of Monday'sopening schedule Arriving for five minutes behind

at least, Melrose has run the good race. :a. 9 best pitching performance of game, although his attention his big moment,
: often wandered. Thou- Johnson donned a fielder'sglove
';:'."," the day. That was turned in at
Caught on the Run sands of other fans lacked thePresident's then waggled his shoulders -
Washington in the presidential
"', :
Several Southeastern Conference football players have been opener as Ken McBride and Julio flocking to the exits after the letting fly with a fast, loop
Navarro of the Los Angeles
that bounced
ing pitch off
hlvited seventh inning.In several
to the
join College All-Star squad for the annual August combined for one-hit
Angels a ,
: gloves before it to
in truth there was little ex- was run
game Chicago. It will be played against the Chicago
Bears this year.Receiving 1-0 victory over Washington.The cept tradition to keep Johnsonin earth in a wild scramble by
Colts and Reds had the Salty Parker 'a coach for the
invitations were Ted Davis and Martin his :seat. The 4-0 shutout of ,
Billy bothof
National League stage to them- Angels.
Georgia Tech and both ends Dick the Washington Senators by the
; Evey, Tennessee tackle
; "- ..) selves Monday continuing an i The President pitched out
George Rose, Auburn halfback. More SEC players are due to Angeles Angels was_,discouraging
be invited later. 1 4 ; opening day tradition in Cincin- sight .for hometown :second ball for the benefit of

nati that dates back to 1892, but fans. .photographers; this one being
For those
who wonder how big a business high school bas- ;
ketball can be in states where it is a premier sport cast a "'.i: were idle today as the rest ,of Tradition, of course, brought speared by pitcher Bennie
'Daniels of the
look at these figures from Kentucky.The the league got, under way.
: Johnson coatless and hatless
Koufax ,Goes ,
recent state tourney in Lexington drew $146,000 In w'a The world champion Los Angeles :despite threatening overcast
gross receipts (it SECPIayTk
a three-day event) Net profits amounted learns
: :sat between Senate Deocratic
to $112,000. The 62 district meets totaled $% %,%82.01 and Dodgers will be at home, '. ..... .'....
the 18 regional tourneys grossed $154,731.27.The sending Sandy Koufax, 25-5 :leader Mike MansfieM of Mon-

1963 tourney, played at huge Freedom Hall in Louisville against Ernie Broglio, 18-8, and y I tans and House .speaker John
i W. McCormack of
the St. Louis Cardinals' in a i -
grossed $168,241.75 and a profit of $125,647.75. In con- I
a half-inning. Then he
trast, Florida's two-day state night game. : THE ASSOCIATED PREss
tourney grossed about $10,000. By moved to the right to sit between -
Milwaukee and Warren Spahn Six Southeastern Conference Senate
23-7, open at San Francisco, Republican leader
baseball teams play.nooconference
Ir:1 -
Everett M, Dirksen of Illinois
with,Juan Marichal, 25-8, on the
Celts Don't Like Layoff TRIO FINLEY only two scheduled games Monday Charles A. Halleck of Indiana.
at League Meeting Earlier in Year win start Larry.Jackson, 14-18;
BOSTON (AP) The Boston '5and in another : were rauled'jDuJ.Mississippi :This bipartisan :trio was deep
league hockey playoff Veale, : night
are leader the west in conversation for much of the
Celtics, stalled by a minor ing mad over the nine days' Finley Vows To Carry On game Al Jackson will go for era division at 6-0, entertains next two innings, pausing occasionally
at Philadel
the. New York Mets.
.enforced idleness being imposedon Delta State a Monda ; to watch the game.
them. phia. pitching against Domic game was called off because of Then 'came a public address

Roy Emerson Bennett, 9-5. wet grounds. Also rained out announcement of a Senate

The Celtics, seeking a sixth Fight Against Foul LinesBy HOUSTON CINCINNATI was Georgia at Georgia Tech* quorum call in the civil rights
alt,It Itf brhbi
Tries straight National Basketball As- Kasto.u sie !Rose 2b 400i Other games today: debate.
AgainIn soda lion playoff ___u_ Fox 2b 10 i :2 Ruff m 111 1 Tennessee at C Carson-Newman? Sen..-Humbert H. Humphrey
CI'OWIlt are Runnels !& 40tOPinson ef 4111
JIM VAN VALKENBURG I Ii tinue his protest by erecting a leading 'to their domination of I Bond |f 1101 Robinson rf 111 0 Louisiana State at Loyola, Alai P-Minn: 'sfttingbehnd Johnson
the '
awaiting outcome of the i rf' Coleman Ib 3 1 1 1
River Oaks Western Division finals. Boston KANSAS CITY (AP-Owner I "one-half pennant porch" also the American League." I Wynn Staub ct 4112' Skinner 'If 4113 ,banns at Howard College, Ken hrehi hands into the ah in agesture
green and yellow with those Cited Figures'The As r'm"t. :3b 3 1 1 Edwards C' 4001 Eastern of resignation and head-
tucky at Kentucky,
forced I
whipped Cincinnati in the Eastern Charles O. Finley was to Bateman C :31 21 Cardenas ss 3 0 M
I cut his Kansas City home run words painted on the front of outspoken A's owner tit; Johnson P 21 l 0 Maloney p 1000 !Georgia Tech at Clemson. ed.for Uie'xit.. Dirksen, Mansfield
HOUSTON (AP-Roy Emerson playoffs in the fifth game I I Wdeshick p. 1111 a-Ouaen 1000 : .
the and Sens.
porch in half, but he vows to playboard fence. It will ed figures showing the Yanks Ellis p obKeoug George A.

who's won six out of seven last Thursday.The carry on his fight against the I; have some 300 temporary seats have averaged 76 homers to 47 Nichols *p 0110 1004 Back Smathers, D Fla., and GeorgeD.

early season tournaments San Francisco-St. Louis cozy foul lines in Yanke Stadium behind it, like the old one. And ,for[ their foes the past 31 yearsin Trials Ml S 1 Arnie Aiken, R Vt., followed

starts play today in the River Western series, now tied 3-3 by asking the support of other -it'll be 44 inches high, same as the Yankee Stadium. He in- Filed firs out en for error Maloney for Ellis In trtij in Ith.HovstWi breached Johnson stood grinning, and
......... ........ .
Oaks Tennis the wall in field WtM 0 -4KtaMH At The sped them on their witha
Tournament wherehe was to have been settled Tues- major league owners. right at New ,sisted visiting pitchers can't adjust : ................ 100 101 teJ-I Top way
has been seeded first three York. to the oddly shaped stadi- Runnels. Ruiz. Maloney. PO-A Mow handshake. They never returned -
day night. The showdown at San "Only one owner is a mem .
ston V- Cincinnati 2711. DP-Cardenas
years but has never won. Francisco has been put off until ber of the Baseball Rules Com- The only difference will be .um, with it short foul lines and and Rose.: LOR-Houston 5. Cincinnati 4.HR DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP-Arnold
I it will be entirely behind the 325- I vast areas in the net of.the outfield -Wynn,.Skinner. SB-Ruiz. $.-Johnson Palmer was back in his accustomed -' Deserted by Dirksen, Johnson
Thursday night however be- mittee Finley said Monday. 2.
Emerson meets Bill Glaves, foot moved back to seat
limit Finley said. "The IP H. Eft B SO place today at the a beside
the cause of a Western Hockey; "The others are, in effect., em I Johnson W 42-IS 3 3 1 3
young University of Houston Yankees have 296 W. the PGA's list of McCormack and spent much of
a distance tonight "The Yanks have ,dominated Woodeshkk 1-3 head of golf- ;
the Cow Palace ployes.
star who won both his qualify- League playoff and 301 to left, with a 51- the league with 21 pennants.in 2S Maloney. U M 7 4 2 3 2 dam's top 10 money winners. the rest of the game munching
2 t 1 0 1 1
Tuesday nightAs EWS
ing matches Monday. I "They'll never change the rule inch wall in left. years and this is why the%: balanced Nichols' U-Jac obi Crawford I IWP Palmer' picked up $20,000 for peanuts and & -notablypopcorn.

Forty eight matches were a result, the first two to bring the Yankees in line for '&Wby in the world can't the National League outdrewthe Vargo.-Maloney.Forman, T-2:15. A-2I.1OG. his Masters victory Sunday to .

played Monday as collegiansand games of the final will be in the first time in 40 years unless Yankees be' made to eliminate AL by two million fans last boost his total to .$33,488 for the One of the few times Johnson ; '!

amateurs competed to determine Boston Saturday and Monday I the owners tell 'em to do it.." the cheap homer with foul pole year," Finley declared. Cagers LeaveNEW year. He is followed by Jack displayed real enthusiasm for .

the opponents for the 16 nights, with the third and fourth I Finley said he would demolishhis screens and conform to same "The short foul lines are Nicklaus, who has earned 30. events on the diamond was in
seeded starters. contests in the Western city "pennant porch" at the insistence rules the other clubs must con worth 10' victories a year to the I YORK (AP-A United: ISO: the second inning when the Sen

Chuck McKinley of Trinity, April 22 and 24. of Ford Frick, commissioner form toZ"Finley Yanks," he said "and the half:States basketball squad bolstered Dave Marr was far back in ators' third baseman John Kennedy I

the world's No. 1 player, is of baseball, and Joe criticized Frick and porch will be worth five to the by five members of the third place with $19,369, followed speared a hot grounder on: '

seeded second and opens against The Celtics are practicing :Cronin, president of the American Cronin "for allowing the Yan- Olympic team, left today for a by Mason Rudolph at the dead run. Johnson raised

Frank Bertram of Rice Univer daily -and impatiently waitIng League. kees to have grossly unfair advantages A's."We'll keep close track of It three-week tour of the Soviet $16,847 and Bill Casper Jr. at his hands in front of his face

sity. to get under way again. But he added he would con- over the other clubs, during the season." Union and Poland. $15,475. and clapped eagerly.I .

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c DI51Z55sW LzE.THt BALL: BECAUSE GAHH et*A ciss-RXR.FOty Gordon Bullock has taken the defeated Ett'Woodward, John Herb Stevens defeated Bill .

PLAYED FROM tHff MAJ* lead in club championship playat Fain defeated Bob' Clayton. Combs, Nebbie Anderson defeated 1'
: .j I :;::With 670 Series owry PgoPtR OF PAP fHOD uss 15 IP APPIJw.THE the Golf and Country Club Third FlightH. Bob Saunders George-

1 I [; FOIl INSf.I.NCI,WHiH-nuteJoU with a 36-hole score of 154. He K. Wallace defeated Paul Montgomery defeated Jim Scott,
U ES IN A CHYOTMOLt, had rounds of 77771M. 'I t
1t Selle, Jack Jacunski defeated Joe Lichter defeated ..
t : Elmer Broadwell of Wise's Sank of Hawthorne Budweiserand If CAN 58 PUYW ONE OPTVvOBAH. Bill MacDonald -
WAYS.PfnND1NC1 ON "tIIrtUA1'1Otol Second held Henry Barber Grier Kirkpat- Henry Gray defeated
Drug Store led a big night of place currently
Schlitz all are tied for the
,yOU CAN PLAY ThE rick defeated Brooks Shumak- Marvin
I .:=Scoring in the Commercial & ftTWR PWNCff OR by Jay Scrafford whose 78-T& Gresham, David Smith I
:.-ieague at Palm Lanes with a top spot BY IN 10 THE 6RE&4. 38 156 puts him a stroke aheadof er, Bob Cowan defeated Bob defeated Jay Weber, Nelson
61S Series 1.10 Pl.J.yrw jcutfiHOTfVeUMUSTHirAIYPSOF Black HI, Jim Brown defeated Reeves
Frank defeated Al Ray How-
1 ; fine effort. He had games of 190223257 = Miles, 7879157. I
Bob Wendzel Jed the Chris Whitlow, Fred Stringfellow -ard.
Twilight ,
; with the latter game best 1 PUNCH clot WttM 3W ftWWH --
.eof the night. League at Palm Lanes with a JU.yntJ EALt.IN'Mt 1o\IWU; Clayton Hawk and Ed Stephens defeated Cecil Wester, Paul
.... 618. series. John Hanaro had a 3 OPTWf: *TANC AND UR ONI both have 159s Marc Edel--Bergman defeated Jim Swartz,'
.R. '.::".Frank Palka Bank of Haw 259 high game.,. Oscar Arauj 0 | KORMUYWOWAIVK1WCUreLPABRl scull Lloudat MOKE THAN' XV iPSW ON liE DJ+ itfWl V4Cia stein, 162; Dave Fuller, 163; J. E. Pierson defeated Jim

-'thorne, had 196-2 3.2SS-655; Jim made the-2-5-7 split and Wend THIN COMa DOWN 5HARPLY CN THE:5W..11-fa HANDS AND C1U0VACS Whitey McMullen, 164; Billy Mullon. BAD BRAKES?
I i gust EE ICU1 6pA 'Itna; >utGat'lLwELAftErlLKVACI: I
-=Wells Mitchell's Shoes, 224-165- zel converted the,.5-10. Armour 166; W. Thomas Jr., Fourth Flight
I -217-606; and ,Joel McCoy McCoy 171; Ed O'Kelley, 174; and Nor Don Cross defeated Dick'

I Building' Supplies' 206-215- George. Cappet Farm Bureau wood Hope 175. Stephens Burt Woodward defeated .
182603. 1 1McCoy's paced the Sunday Mixed League! AWN UM ONE OU5MOZ John Mahon, John Bald- -- -
other -- -
1 had l 571132.1003- at.Palm Lanes with a 562 serieson ( THAN USUAU | players have dropped win defeated Irvin Robbins Bill
out. UP golfer Gerry Greens .
3122 with the, 1132 high game. 180-189-193. George Rafferty bill tpt lilt{OPTOI .. I Zeanah defeated Dick Sanders, e.e
I Budweiser hit 100210389803020and yrofax Gas had a 546. Bruce Auv ovllN mg cLurrFAc = taking final exams and Winton -' Wendell CIa r d y defeated
,.rig UL, utul. Summerlin, Ben Franklin
i Mitchell's came up with Purdy, University City Bank, fADJOMM L&1:, and Bob Cook all out Charles Webb Ray Lohr defeated -
/ 95S102S3005.. came up with a 206 single game, dropped : Tom Elfe, M. Clarkson
j'I' With the best tatvC A tint.ewa1O = to attend the Masters tourney:
defeated Joe
i season nearing an I ANDNrt last week. I Silverman, George
I t end the Commercial League now Olson tV tvt1t11iltrttIQH't' Ellis defeated Alex Robbins.
Betty of Kirkpatrick and Results in flights other than
: features three
a deadlock. Fifth
-way Flight
Person, led the women with a: AC.Atit AUWNOeux5 = the championship are via match
II ', 464. Gay Arnold had C a 452510 TA1 TIswr1r play. Joe Shipp defeated Jim Burns, at
vo Nat -
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Split renu.oaR tarot.MnN. Summaries: .,
\ GHS Meets University City Bank had a .AfTTR First Flight rl

..' 1857 series and a 675 high game. u1+M Ralph Scrafford defeated .

: Bliss Endsley made, the 5 : 10 =sou+ar Jack Vidal Hal Wallace defeated "1.
:: Mainland split. IKJ. MdIraLi .awl
Bayard Storm Jim Me-
., --- [ Special. .
: Cachren bye; Howard McKinney -
Gainesville Moose
I E In Finale league crown on an 82-38 won finish.the defeated Bill Patton Ray BRAKES 1A95
Golfers In HoustonHOUSTON d
I ... Cappe led the men with a 178 Top Shirley defeated John Merrill, .
Hanssen defeated Elmer RELINED
average ,and Joyce Nachtrieb _
Gainesville \
i( ::: close I topped the women with 149. Joe (AP) Some of I the past 11 years. Boerner, Sherrill Teague defeat- / with Bonded Linings
out regular season baseball I 5d John
: Mueller had a 743 set with han golfs top touring pros took their Jack Nicklaus is the only one Crago, Mickey Edmonson Ford., Chev., Plym., Rambler
r ;:: play at 7:30 tonight in a of golf's Big Three Nicklaus defeated C. A. Pound Jr. !.
:., game with Daytona Beach dicap and Mrs. Nachtrieb a 673 first look Tuesday at wind-swept ; Second
with Arnold Palmer and Gary Play i
handicap. Harvey Nach-
::. Mainland. The contest will be Sharpstown County Club course -who will compete. Red Dulaney defeated Rip I
::. played at Harris Field.. triebs' 277 with handicap and where they will compete in the Ian Winkle Bev Waters defeat- ,
/i Betty Haley's 264 with
$50,000 Houston Classic. Palmer plans- to rest twc
GHS will carry a 4-7 record best t id Jim Herman Roy Green (
r .into the contest and will be out cap were games. Play for the $7,500 first-place :weeks after capturing the Mas !efeated J. W. Davis R. V. "TRY

to even the score with the visit Busch Bavarian rolled a 2467 money over the 7,223-yard par ters championship and Play -loseley defeated Watt Kirk-

ing Bucs. Mainland inflicted a I series with handicap and Belk 35-36-71 course begins Thurs- tad his tonsils removed. Patrick Bob Head defeated KING

; lop-sided defeat on the 'Canesin Lindsey had a 934 high game. day. The Classic was transferred I This will be Nicklaus' thin .
I .- an earlier contest. !Della Crowe boosted her aver- this year from Memorial appearance. He finished fourth Walt Allen, Jerry Rudderman Amtna't Ltrgttt Selling

t John Combs who hurled a I age 13 pins to take honors as Park where It has been played last year and lost in a three-way Cigar

R two-hit win over Ocala last Friday most improved. playoff in 1962.

: -J night striking out 11, will I Defending champion Bob Williston V s. CLIP AND SAVE .j jS

pitch for GHS. Charles fired a 67-66-66-69-268
I, Other 'Cane starters are like PKY Seeking SPORTSMA1'DGESTk&: over the Memorial Park course Trenton Today SPECIAL $O95 1

ly,to be Ricky Guenther catcher last year to finish one stroke i ELL
: ;. Ed Pavelka first base; 10th ahead of Fred Hawkins and two! TRENTON The Williston
Brian Hipp, second base; Pete t Victory ahead of Homero Blancas, an I Red Devils were to meet Tren- S w (OFFER GOOD ONLY WITH. THIS' AD)

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third base and Jack Eck Vs. InvernessP. CROW CALLING this afternoon.
...11... Y!_ "- _,_;_____ __ .. __ TIPS Williston is winless this FEATURING: "Ruawrmi.
scald, -.lUIJ ulpepper WlQ !Jet: Ski OfficialsTo season TO
'Summerlin outfielders. as Is Trenton. Both schools Oil Change Shell 10W30 Dumper
K. Yonge was to bid for a have revived baseball this s Shell Lubrication
GHS will be idle after tonight's Bumper
10th straight win in an unbeaten Accompany spring after lapse of several I
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COURSE OP -T-,.t.. (!AP)-American skiing officialsare BILLY'S SHELL SERVICEBILLY

Coach Wilbur Hoskins Is likely INCOMING Ntj in this Alpine resort todayo .
Live Oak 9' CROWS WHEN accompany the body of. t ( GOUGE Manager)
to start Rob Hansen againstthe
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Hurricanes who gave PKY a IS TOO PAR TO THE .R1OHT OR Olympic star Bud Werner back I Paid Adrertising
STARKE The BradfordCo. good con test recently before LEFTS CALL IN THE OPPOSITE to the United States. Werner'
Tornadoes were to seek a bowing, 53. DIRECTION TO BRIMS CROWS N- was killed in an avalanche Sun-
Florida Star Conference base- i
ball victory today in a game The Wave is only two victories Beattie. coach of the U.s.' i
with Live Oak at 3:30: p.m. away from a perfect season. END IN CALLER THE CAME AND! GUN'S HAND WHEN FORE. team, and Jacques Bulterman:i I 1 -- ,

Coach John Manning was to PKY is to play Orange Park SHOOTING. an official of the U.S. Ski As ;

:use his ace Mark Hamilton, Friday in its final contest before WHEN PRACTICE-CALLIMS, ASK terman at Zurich to complete

.against the Suwannee High Bull going into sub group action A PAL.TO LISTEN fORFLAWSFRlI arrangements said the body

dogs. Hamilton has been an effective ., here the following week. would be returned later in the

hurler all season for Probable PKY starters "-mow i i week.
Starke. Autopsise of Werner and Bar-
in addition to Hansen the
on i bi who also
Henneberger was
Other starters to include
mound loom as Rusty Marcus, caught in the slide showed that
Dwight Elder catcher Mike
catcher; Tom Hansen first
the two skiers died of suffoca
Frick first base; Emmett Ak- base> ; Ricky Waglow second tion. The force of the avalanche

ridge, second base; Don Falcon, base, George Solley shortstop; previously had been blamed for
shortstop; Wayne McLeod, third Danny Dennison, third base; and Suwannee Meet Wrener's death.

f .base; and Gary Cole, Greg Red Robert Stearns Tommy Stal- Werner and Miss Hennebergerwere

dish and Mike Waters out'I naker and either Cy Lott or Set TomorrowAt part of a score of interna-

fielders. John Wiegman outfielders. tionally known skiers woh were : iiii-
The Tornadoes also will playat I ; h "' -
Other PKY starters will be Chiefland taking part In the filming of a

Santa Fe Friday in another Tommy Stalnaker center field, fashion movie. They were I Y$ 4T1L: 3-T RAYON CUSTOMSuperCushion
baseball game this week. CHIEFLAND caught in one of three slides ,, 3.T NYLON CUSTOM
.389; Tom Hansen, first ba s e, The annual '
.283; Rusty Marcus third base, Suwannee Conference track which roared down Alpin e L : Super-Cushion

Keystone leetAt .400; Robert Stearns left field, meet will be run off on the new slopes Sunday.

.267; John Wiegman rig h t Chiefland High School track to *

Gator Oval field, .250; Rick Waglow 'second morrow. Trials start at 10 ajn. A tw $ t115 $ H15 .

base, .J25; Bill Enneking, with finals to get under way at t Electrical ::/ ; 6.00113 8,00113

The annual ,Keystone Conference catcher, .333; Mac Johnson, 3.pjn. L11J tuMfess: < tubeless

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Competing schools will include North Marion Jasper, Trentonand Industrial $283D. >' $2625.

Macclenny Santa Fe, Tests Lafayette Chiefland. CALL \ tubless I 14tutcleSi.
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.P. K. Yonge probably will Greg Blount on the mound :
against the Mayo nine. I j
rate as a favorite tomorrow of III//lfJ1Jj
jts fine
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I(: :'J": Et REVIEW W} _____ ArcherARCHER

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.. Three frame

c, f Late Morning homes in the Negro section of

L I Archer were destroyed by

H'I Request I I'I N. Y. ListingAlcoa flames A fourth early nearly last night.went.

81% Int Nick 76% The recently organized and

.. II Am Air 49% Int Pap 34 ill-equipped volunteer fire department VV V -
(The following market quotation AmBdPar 36 Jones&L 77% V
I are requested specifically by LISTINGS 'Was credited with saving -
i E- of the Sun .financial. page. The quotaSTOLiK.. II Am Can 43 Kais Al 39% the fourth house. 11
Pierce. Wubern -
lions are furnished by
t == Am 61% Ken'cott 81}
-.... :.. ,. Murphey Investment Servicetere Cyan *
II .J Am Mot 16% Lig & My 81% By the time firemen from

-_ Pac Lting 2.40 59% Chromaloy __ V V 14 AT&T 138 Loch'd 36% the Archer Department arrived,
Ii, = NEW YORK PacT&T 1.20 31 Cinerama 10%| Am Tob 35% Lorillard 49% the first three houses were almost \

: STOCK EXCHANGE Pan Amer A _. 1.20 75% Computer Sci V 25 Ampx Cp 27Y4 Mag'vox 40:%; engulfed by flames. Armed -

Parke Dav V_ 1.00 30% Cutler Labs A V_ 16% Anaconda 44% MplsHon 1203 with 250 gallons of water and
Abbot Lab .____- 2.40 114V4 41% 75 feet of hose the firemen
Pennzoil __, .2.00 77 Data Control Armour 52V4 MM&M 65%I ,
.- Allied Cem 1.80 56% Perkin El 42% Fulton lndS.VV_ 9% ACL 71V Mohasco ir's went to work to save the

Amerada Pt 2.00 78% Pfizer VV: .80a 46% Gen Develop 4% Babcock 61 Mons'to 73U 1 fourth dwelling which was only
:: miEldfovAmer < _1.16b 41 Phelps Dg _._ 3.00 72% Mackey Airlines _ 7% B&O 44 Mont Wd 37% 10 feet away from a burning

enka _'Ia066 4.% Polaroid ,.,,, .20 168 Mead Johnson V :21 Beth Stl 37% Nat Dair 73 house. V
Amer enka 1.40a 66% Pub Sv E G 2.60 75% PacNWTeL.23% Boeing 46 Nat Dist 27% FFAers to PerformAll
When other volunteer firemen
Amer Home 1.44a 66% Pure Oil 1.60 45% Philips Elec _ 45% Borden 74 N.Am Av 52% -
Amer' M Fdy _' .90 18 1.00 38% Redwing Carriers _V.: 12 Brunswk 10% Penney 50% arrived about a half hour
._ 3.00 74% Rayonier V later from Newberry, the blaze set to perform tomorrow night as one of more than a dozen featured
Armco Stl Rexall .sob 44% Ric 8%| Cater Tr 61% Pa RR 32%
V acts in the fifth annual GHS Variety Chorale left to right Ronnie
1.20a 28% was well under control, witnesses are, Lynn,
AtehTopka---------- Met ._ .50 42% R. Wts. 8 Celanese 71 Colo 51% '
Pep !
Reyn Sperry -
k Sullivan
David Earl Standridge Barry Ferguson Mike Run
BaucKXoiribBaxtflTLab) ; 1.20 35% said. Singletary, ,
Rich Merr 1.00 45% Syntex 80% CocaCol 127% Phil Mor 82
'.36 '4% nels and Danny Cren&haw. All are students at GHS. The Chorale will be at
-- 57% RCCoIa.. -_ 1.20 68 I Tampa Elec. _____- 25% Con Edis 85'/ Phill Pet 51% The blaze apparently started 7:30 in C. Addison Pound auditorium. (Sun Photo by Eddie Davis)
Beckman' :_ Roy Dutch 1.73g 43 Tech Measur. ._V 19 Cont Can 46% RCA 35% around a faulty flue attached to

BeeckLfS= ._ 1.10 .48% Searle Gd V .90 59 TWA Wts. _________VV 23% Dow Che 72% Rep StI 45% a wood stove in the home of

Brist l"1dy. -- .80 66 92%% Singer V 2.00 95% Valspar ._ __ 9% DuPont 261 Revlon 37% Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Black, Sun UPS V I

Brawnshae.3.40: 10% Smith Kin ._ 1.20a 66/4 EAL.40th. Rey Tob 48% sheriff's deputies on the scene ,
-firunswichCambell Sou Cal Ed 1.05 31% OVER THE COUNTER EKodak: 127% St Reg P 35Firestone reported. No one was' inside the
2.40 37%
S St Oil Cal V 2.00 61 39% Seaboard 46% house at the time. ..
:c.rPdL1.OOa. 20% St Oil Ind V VVV 2.oob 67% Allco Land ._ V.______ 7%| Fla P&L 73% Sears 106% -

:case UCessnar -i. 12% Sterl Drug ..VVV,.,.,., .65 28% Amer Fidel Life VVV 22 Ford 56% Sinclair 44%I Occupants of the other two

Air:,.--- 1.00 28% Texas Util V 1.20 57% Amer Heritage 19% Frmst Da 10% Socony 71V4 houses were away at the timeof 'Negative' Voting
Ches Ohio 4.00 71% Amer. Nat. Ins 24% the fire.
I : Textron VV 1.40 41% Frept ,Sul 39 Southn C 55%
Coas S Gas ._ 34% Amer Pion'r Life 6%
Tidewater V_ 36 Frueh Tr 30% Sperry R 17% They Adellia Williamsand
CBS_- -. l.SOb 46% Trans W A ....- .. 42 Anheuser Bush V_ 48% Gen Dyn 28% StO NJ 86% are and Arthur Gales.

Comb Eng __- 1.20 28 Union Pac _1.6Oa 41% Anodyne -_..-__-__ __ ______ ,. 4% Gen ElStudebak. 8 Sammy
Cone Mills -.---- .80 17ciLd:4ck1 Citizens Bank 35 -
--- Und Air L 1.50b 59% Gen Fds 88% Swift 46 and DOWNSBy
: : 2.20 57% Upjohn ._ __ 1.00 51% Conn. Lt. & Pow, 38 Gen Mills 38% Texaco 74% Pick Officers ;

-.:Thnlljn 2.20 57% War Lamb _._ .70 28% Cowles Mag & Pb. 13%| Gen Mtrs 81% Thiokol 16% BUZZ MIXSONSun ernor's race with its six fren-j .devoted to the governor -candidates -
Control Dat' _._ 87% Worthintn .._ __ 1.50 40 Dun & Bradst 64
Goodrich 57% U Carbid 123 Area Editor zied candidates who have a I Iucureall" the average man in the
Com Pdts 1.50 64% Xerox 88% Firs West Fine __ 16% Goodyr 43% ,Un Fruit 22% For SafetyCouncil for all that ever street probably could not tell
claim be
1.60 92% I wouldn't to a pollster
Delta Air 11%
t -- Zenith ._ 1.20a Florida Gas V Greyhnd 57 US Steel 47% ailed Florida or ever will. what the candidates'
.60 15% of the stature of Dr. George you plat-
Del Steel Fla. Nat'l Bank 60%
4 J V VV Gulf Oil 54% El 34%
42, but from talking I haven't met a person yet forms are or much more about
Emersnn... .. El 1.00- FIa.Te1V 25% Gallup, tOVpeO
-- Woolwth 823's
IntHarv 70%
Fair Camra .50g 29% a Also extra or extrasb Forrest Labs- 21 ple around in the area and from -outside of campaign workers them, other than their names.A .

1.00 32% Annual rate plus stock dividend certain observations I have arrived --who, by his or her candid "curious" situation
I Jim Walter Founders Life ,._ ..., V__V 8% regarding -
Finanl Fed 61 I Franklirf Life __ 57% UF Union Mrs. George T. (Jackie) Sin- at this conclusion con- admission, has definitely decided ; county campaign managers

Fst Chartr .- 1.97f 42% e Declared or paid so far this Great Amer -V_ 16% gleton was elected presidentof cerning the upcoming May on a governor candidate. recently was revealed to me.

FIaEst 9% yearf __ the Gainesville Alachua 5 Democratic !Here, the negative attitude is Each candidate of
Grolier __ ________ __ V 44% primary: governor ,
Food Fair ._--- .90 21% Paid in stock in 1963, esti. Gulf Life V V____ V V 54% Contract Let County Citizens Safety Councilat There are going to be more"agin" most rampant, with Haydon course, has his campaign mana-

FMC Corp .VV 1.00 55% mated cash value on ex-divi Herff Jones VVVV___ ____ ______ __ 14% its annual meeting last night., I votes cast on May 5 Burns the leading candidate for ger in each of the 67 counties.In .
Gen. Tele .. ,. .88 35% dend or exdistribution dateg V She succeeds Dr. J. M. I the "agin" votes that is,
Home Insurance 63% TALLAHASSEE (AP) A than there will be "for" votes- one of these counties, the
Ga Pacifi l.OOb 66% Paid last year Jax Minit Mkts. V 5% '$4,286,000 contract for the con- McClamroch. on both the county and state among my acquaintances and man selected for this 'onerous"

Getty Oil _V____ .10g 28I ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS Kennasaw Life __ _* 14% struction of a new student union Other officers elected at the[office levels.In confidants. don't know who task said, "You know, we feel

Grace Co l.OOb 56/. Purchases ....V__._ 461,73!]l Life of Fla ._ ____ V .5 building at the Universityof meeting in the city court room other words, the people I'm going to vote for," say the like all the candidates should

Heine Curt _. .80 24% Short Sales 2,691 I Lowes Company .19 Florida was awarded today were Gordon Owen, vice presi- I've talked to seem to take a undecided, "but I know I am not have someone in the county

IBM 5.00 590V4 Other Sales 459,60-I Milgo Electron 14% by the State Cabinet to H. L. dent; and George Coppe, secre- negative attitude about the going to vote for Burns." ,working for them. Then regardless

Int Min C .. 1.80a 67% Total Sales 462,301() Mort. Guaranty Ins _____ 31 Coble Construction Co. of Or tary treasurer. choice of candidates. They usually Other governor candidates receiving of the election outcome, we

Int Tele 1.00 59% Pacific SW Air __VVVVV 47% lando. begin the political conservation "agin" votes among can say that our county gave
KelloggLehman .80a 43V4 PREVIOUS Schlitz Brewing 49% Committee heads also were by saying "I haven't decided -my acquaintances include Scott some support to the winner

Cp ._ 1.34e 30% STOCK MARKET Secur. Life & Tr. 57 elected. They are William Nuet- on a candidate yet, but I Kelly and Robert King High. As one political old-timer and

Litton In ____ 1.98f 69% Advances _. 50 561!; Southern Nitro 17% Mental Health zel, traffic safety; Dr. Robert know who I'm NOT going to This narrows it down to Fred O. I a shrewd one) told me once,

Lone S Cm 1.00 23% Declines 27:! Travelers Ins VV 49% William and Dr. J. M. McClam- vote for." (Bud) Dickinson, Fred Karl "More people will turn out at

Marsh Fid .. V _V? 1.60 41 Total Unchanged Issues-., 134 Series on Air roch, research and a d v i sory; Of course, if there are only and John E. Mathews as the the polls to vote against a-candidate -
Martin M ____ 1.00 -
38 New 1963-64 Highs 10; MUTUAL FUNDS &, Mrs. Monnie Williams, home two candidates in the race, that possible recipients of the unde-, than to vote for one
McG Hill __ .60a I
Mead Corp _-._ 1.70 48% New 1963-64 Lows IE
Merck 2.00a 112% .... liaison with civic clubs, Eddie to which one will receive thatperson's columns of newspaper space I if we might have a record

Natl Airl -_ .80 49% AMERICAN Affiliated Fund V 8.76 The second of a three-part Ehrig, sports and boating; and vote. and many hours of radio and I turnout of voters in the state on

..N Y Centl ._- V .. .50g 37=%! STOCK EXCHANGE Capital Life & Gr. __ 10.18 9.93'series of panel discussions labeled Pete Bethel, publicity. Take, for example, the govYOUR -television time that have been I I May 5.You .
Divers Growth _
Nia' M Pow __ 2.00 50% VV A "Mental A Awareness" will be Some 25 persons attending the
Dividend Shares
Norfolk W .6.00 128 Aerojet-Gen L also heard
__ presented on two Gainesville meeting reports on
No Ind P S ._ 1.48 55% Analex Corp V V_ 3154 I Dreyfus 20.81 the last
Chem 49 5, Fidelity Capit_ ___ 11.55 radio stations, this week. year's activity. I MONEY'S WORTHGet
53% Aqua -
No Nat Gas 1.80 V 17.84 Chester McKinney, of the Independent ,
.. 1.20 46% Aurora Plastics 36M i Fidelity Fund
Olin Math Sponsored by the Alachua Garage Owners told
...... 23 Trend _____
... Fidelity I.
Barnes Engineer -
2.50 97V4
II G _
Owens County Mental Health Association -of progress being made in the

PacG&E1.00 31% Butler Shoe -. 8 Income Fund'tal of Invest Boston ._.._____V.10.82 8.38 the panels are designedto Council's free auto inspection I Your Loan Noiv V

I' Incorporated Inc. ______ 9.82 focus, on common problems program that's being worked I
: connected with mental health. with the of
Keystone K-2 5.66 cooperation garage -

All of Florida Keystone S-3 .-____._____, 17.03 The second; part, a panel on owners and insurance -- _V By Sylvia Porter
= ..-
illnesses will be
Keystone S-4 4.86 psychomatic ,agents.V_ _
Life Investors ..-..__. .. VV_ 20.58 aired today at 7:35 p.m. over He said plans are to run all
V Life Stock Fund V 7.97 WGGG and on Thursday at 7:05 'sheriff's, office and city police If you plan to borrow money the upturns.But won't lose by being foresighted -

Can Mass. Inv. Stock ._ -, 16.24 pjn. over WRUF. :cars through the inspection to this year, now would be an excellent -: throughout this current, and arranging the loan

: : Prosper, Mass. Inv. Growth 8.69 Panel members Dr. morrow. time to make your deal prolonged upswing the Federal you know you'll need on favor.

Pioneer Fund _ 9.74 are School buses will be checked with a lender. I Reserve has kept credit rela- able terms now. You'll prob-

Puritan Fund ._ _ 9.75 Henry Lyons, a Gainesville later, he said. tively easy, because there have ably gain.
: :: psychiatrist, Dr. W. C. Evans, a This for all classes of
: Putnam Growth ________ 15.68 Ehrig also talked. He reportedon goes been no inflationary excesses to
Jarrard Says TV & Elec -_.________ V 8.23 Gainesville and general practitioner plans for National Boa ting borrowers large or small fight. Instead, our unemployment DoctorsBack
Dr. Clemmons
Roy an businessmen; homebuilders and
rate has remained stub
Value Line Inc 6.45 Week that will be observed here
in at the
instructor psychiatry homebuyers; individuals finan- bornly high; industry has oper-
Wellingtonfund 14.99N beginning June 27.
:ORLANDO (AP) The chairman of the Florida Develop- University The remaining of Florida.panel will be j He said it will be kicked off cing a big-ticket purchase; communities ated below its capacity to pro- on Job

Ttent: Commission said Monday there is no reason for some Y S E Most Active Stocks rehabilitation. by a parade and dry land in- .I needing cash for a pro- duce; prices and wages have
areas of Florida to prosper and others to stand stilL Comp. Vol. Close Changes spection of boats at the Gaines- ject.The risen only moderately; there BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP-

*-Wendell Jarrard told 75 state business and industrial lead. 234 900 Chrysler 49% up 1% Market ville Shopping Center on June I money will be available, has been no splurge of borrow- The government claimed today
..ers, attending an industrial development conference, that every 141 100 Transitron 8% up 1% assuming you are an acceptablecredit ing to strain our financial insti .more than half of Belgium

: Florida ,community has something unique that it alonetan 126 500 Tex Gulf Sul 30% up % JACKSONVILLE (AP) The 27.The group also heard uprgingsthat risk. To date there has tutions. 10,000 striking doctors had returned -

offer industrial prospects. 120 900 Sperry Rd 17% off % Northeast Florida Egg Mrket safety films, pamphlets and been no clamp-down on creditin Thus, commercial banks to practice, a figure zJS-

But, he said, "Florida's industrial development must be con- 114 800 Pan Am 75% off 3% prices to retailers: training courses that are avail- our country and there's across the nation have ample 'puted by a spokesman for the

Irolled so that the smokestacks don't blot out the beaches 9O400RCA 35% off % Extra large 3945, mosUy 42- able at the council's headquarters money in our financial institu- funds to lend. In addition, our physicians.

and the palm.trees/' 65 300 Cont Air tin 26 off 1% 44 large 37-43, mostly 39; be used by local clubs. Information tions for worthy borrowers.The savings have been large enoughto
The goal, he said, must be a state where tourism and industry 41 300 U S Indust 9% off 1%, ;, give our savings institutions Government sources said 3',0&1
V medium 34% 40, mostly 37; on them is availableby cost of the loan will be of doctors with
:an complement each other. 40 100 N Y Central .37% upi small 30%-32, mostly 32., .! calling FR 6-0305) between 1 reasonable considering today's I plenty of cash to lend too and 3,600 commissions military had
conference was sponsored by the Development Tob 48% % I reserve
V The ofte-day 37 100 Reynolds up to make them compete for our
farms 13% and 5 Mo through
Poultry : fryers n day
;, pjn., economic-financial background. the mobilization decree
V Commission, the Florida Council of 100 and the Florida In- 36 800 Am Tob 35% up% loan applications.In i obeyed
ttostrial Development Council. 36 300 Hupp Corp '8%'off % hens none. Friday Interest rates are high compared coming months, though, in an order signed Sunday. by

". Raleigh 'W.- Greene Jr. of St. Petersburg, chairman of 33 100 Berman Leas 18% off % with early postwar years this comfortable money situation -King Boudouin.

V The Council of 100, set the tenor of the meeting when he said, 31 400 Am T & T 137% off Vs NEW YORK TJMES MARKET'AVERAGES, 'APRIL 13 and many but other in the periods foreseeable in this well may change.The great| Another 2,500 doctors have

"We are growing the rate of one new city the size of 30 100 Xerox Corp 88% up %1 (e) New York Times century, not lower tax cuts of 1964 are acceleratingour returned to practice: or have
Lakeland (41,350) every six months just from people coming Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks I High Low Close Net Chg. than they they're are today. When and advance. Business spending complied with Sunday's second

into Florida. This jack-in-the-beanstalk development of ours Volume Close Change I 25 Roils . 135.20 134.01 134.52 Off .32 interest rates the direction on new plants and equipment order requisitioning all doctors ,

wonderful and it is also a king-size headache. 49 100 Dynalectron 4% up %I 25 Industrials 831.90 822.81 826.72 Up .93 almost surely will be is scheduled to rise with hospital staff connections,

""It means we must leapfrog where other states can afford 30 000 Seabd WrId Air 8% off % 50 Stocks . 483.55 478.41 480.62 Up .31 sharply to new all-time peaksas the officials said. '

to:: crawl. It means providing 25,000 new jobs every year. Itmeans [29 700 Signal Oil -a32 up % up. the year rolls on. Consumers V This would place most doctor*

a better industrial development program for the entire 27 800 Syntex Corp 80% off 3% STOCK The two yardsticks by whichto ,also are planning to spend back on duty since the walkout

state than we now have" he said. 25 000 Mohawk Air 9% off tt FLASHES judge when is a good timeto freely. Industry is closing the opened April 1 a* a protect

V Greene said he hopes a series of workshops or seminars MARKET borrow are: the availabilityof \gap between its capacity to against a new socialized medicine

I can be established to train more persons at the local level credit and the cost of credit. produce and its output Raw I .law. ;
'in the science of industrial recruitment. I. A Quieter NEW YORK (AP) The Both the availability and the materials and wholesale prices I However a spokesman a} i

Dr. John Sly of Princeton, N. J., an authority on gover- stock market was mixed in mod cost are now about as favorableto have started to rise on a wide I strike headquarters declared I

U-- mental problems, said that in planning Florida's industrial development May Day? erately active trading at the you, the borrower, as you front The possibility of a break- "The effect cf this requisition !

these things should be done: opening today. TODAY'S DOW JONES can hope they'll be for a long through on wages during the of hospital doctors, the illegality :

--I Development groups should seek from industrial prospects MOSCOW (AP) The usual while. I auto wage negotiations this summer of which is now absolutely I'
location the tear Changes of most stocks were Prev. Close Components 1st Hr i'
who have decided against Florida as a plant charge of American aggression 1 is very real certain, is nil. Practically g
The continuing ease
narrow. money
sons for rejection. V against ,Cuba was missing .today So far, renewed inflation is doctor has followed it up.? *-
More emphasis should be paced in brochures on schooling;j 1 from Communist party slogans Opening blocks included: 821.31 I Indust. I up 1.02 has been one of the most extra-!i just a threat It is not a reality.:,: .-

employe housing conditions and the good reputations of state published for the faithfulto American Telephone up % at 196.23 I Rails I up 0.19 !ordinary characteristics of this i So far, therefore, the Federal:\ Freedom 5
,138 on 2,500 shares; American business advance which began :
and local gov riunents. I Reserve has made no significant -
shout on May Day. 138.60 I Utll I up
More stress should be placed on the use of recreational facilities Tobacco, unchanged at 35% on I I way back in February 1961, and I move to slam on the credit Shorl-Lived : *:

by year-round residents instead of just on their vacation The Cuban slogan for last May 2,400; and Rod, up % at 55% 286.04 I Stocks I Up OlT 1 which today is moving strongly I I brakes. And so far, demands for" I

value. |Day, when Prime Minister Fidel on 4,200. 5,370,000 I Volume |_ 1,240,000snares II through its 38th month. \loans are straining neither the BRADENTON (AP-Six prM- ,

T And the state should consider what adjustments are needed (Castro was the guest of honor, Bethlehem rose % to 37% on There is no precedent for this I banks nor the financial marlon rs, who broke out of the cw-
comfortable for busI- Revolution Day last November 1,200 shares. Also on 1,200 i Jail
"to make the, tax environment more and for in of the previous post- demned Manatee County ,
"fraternal shares. Alson on 1,200 shares,I ease any kets.But
expressed back behind bars today
flashing. were
ness. World War II advances. In each the signals are
In a, panel discussion Alfred Slobusky of Economics Consultants |greetings to the heroic people of 74%.V I. Texaco was unchangedat I one, credit became tough to get It well may be that demand. after only 25 minutes of free.

I Inc., Coral Gables, suggested all agencies trying to Cuba, cons tructing socialism] On openers of 1,000 shares 741i. and increasingly 1 v e supply forces within the market dom. __V
L I bring-industry to Florida draw up a coordinated plan of ac selflessly fighting for .freedom 'each. Pennsylvania Railroad U. S. Steel rose % to 5'ffi on early in the advance expens, for the itself will be pulling toward The six used a knife fashlenjd
V of their motherland was unchanged at 32%, Westinghouse 2,000 shares.
tion. and independence Central Federal Reserve System deliberately tighter money and higher Interest from a spoon to force jafirJohn
Charles Blaney of the Martin Co. at Orlando told the group from aggressive encroachments Electric was unchangedat Studebaker, New the credit rates in coming months. Collins to turn over .
industrial of American im 34% and General Dynamicswas and Lorillard were unchang. tightened
that the prime items which interest an prospect to combat inflationary The Federal Reserve system keys Monday. ;
a screws
_ are the absence of labor trouble, good state labor and unem- perialists." V unchanged at 28%. ed.Woolworth V It deliberately forced I certainly will not hesitate to Chief Deputy Sheriff Clyde
ployment legislation, taxes which do not place employers at The new May 1 slogan, published General Motors opened .on dipped % to- 82% excesses. of projects, follow the market's lead and Gill said deputies quickly rouged -

a disadvantage, good building codes; good local government, today in Pravda. the 2,400; and Ford up % at 55!, on 1,200 shares. Associated postponement deliberately eliminated many fringe I tighten credit should the symptoms up the,six who, were feugd

and good schools and universitites. Communist party paper, Consolidated Natural Gas rose Yesterday the borrowers from the money.. of an inflationary boom walking in a westerly directio
"11 you have a good employer in the state, work with him dropped the reference to fighting % to '62% on 1,500 shares. Press average of 60 stocks dip- curbed They were taken to the Sarasota
____ markets deliberately appear. _
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Sperry'Rand opened oa 4,000 ped J to 503 J, _
advised. the
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, J2 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, April 14, 1964

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I, Holland Sheriff Candidates TellII 1 Lodge Issue

! Challenged What Goals Lie AheadThe r- ,.. In Oregon Lift Tolls

.By Odham I

Bv GORDON G. MACNAB noted the

. Gainesville League of Jail, except those charged with full-time undertaking. We are PORTLAND, Ore.. (AP-The (AP-A $4.8 mil-

j -MIAMI (AP) Bralley Od- of serious felonies -presently prvoiding this service, popularity
the commission issue which will .
Women Voters, a non-partisan team that won in New Hampshire they should a!

I!11 f -.ham, candidate for the U.S. organization submitted questions who, if they were not con- but on a part-time and volunteer is hearing heady reportsin U.s. ambas County to lift tolls

I' .Senate, challenged his opponent, prepared by its Voters Service fined in the County Jail, might basis. Such an enlarged Oregon as it prepares to try Nam, come bridges linking the main-
4.' Sen Spessard Holland to leave Committee to all candidateswho possibly pose a threat to society. program) would even encompass r and 'shape an image of Henry on issues.

the face opposition in the corn- There are, however, very the finding of employment, livIng Cabot Lodge as the Republicanwho its beach, has been

Washington civil rights bill ing county election. few juveniles who fall within quarters, etc., for discharged can capture the presidency. Lodge has by the Florida Devel-

debate and debate the issues in that inmates, thus assisting in j tention of Commission.
of Alachua category. "
OFFICE: Sheriff "A little too heady, said

1 Florida. County for a four-year t e r m. 3. Provide within the Countya their rehabilitation. David Goldberg 31, Boston attorney !lay 15
traffic bid submitted Mer-
patrolto by
, and recreational 4. Enlarge our
"It, looks to me 'like he's tryIng The office pays'a salary of counseling with increasing traffic and field director for the "His great Pierce Fenner and
for all inmates, as a cope I ,
program CREVASSE
to win the title of the chief $11,700 a year. accidents. Draft Lodge campaign.The ity are more Inc., Goodbody and Com

hater," Odaham said In a statement THE CANDIDATES: Incumbent Crashes Jordan: The following is my team hasn't even startedto 'chic stands and associates Monday

Joe Crevasse, 43, is Fire, answer to the above question: work and already Lodge is "Foreign per cent. William E.

serving his ninth year as sheriff. 1.. Confidence of voters in in first place in some Oregon ing issue, ? of the Board of

"He well knows, as we an Bob Jordan, his opponent, Fatal to Six: Jordan. polls as well as in national can use to Commissioners, said in-

I know, that there are many hotels is 39 and resigned as chief juvenile .' 2. Public understanding of samplings. son. The on the original issue to

and motels in. the south counselor to run for sheriff By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSA 'I.Jordan's program. Pollster Louis Harris said his as a man the bridges was 3.5
where a dog stay overnight I .. fire, an airplane crash departmental eign affairs. .
can head-on automobile accident 3. Responsible, qualified survey indicates Lodge is a big

but a Negro can't," Odham QUESTION > personnel favorite among Oregon Repub-
took the lives of six Goldberg
Monday refunding Issues Crist
said. What, in your opinion, are 4. Reasonable, realistic budget lican voters and stands to gain

the greatest needs in Alachua persons In Florida. salaries he did in come home permit people living
for capital outlay than
The civil rights legislation, he County which, if met would Three persons died in a two- a greater victory ican Maria Island to cross

said, "is aimed at giving the I help the sheriff to carry out car accident near Winter Haven. and operating expenses.office for the! New Hampshire last month.presidential -July if he WAY",9' Maria and Cortez

Negro his right of full citizenship his duties? They were James E. Davis, his 5. Adequate space primary without paying the. 30

I and I'm aH for it?' I II ANSWERS: wife, Leubelza B. Davis, both 77, sheriff and personneL Harris' poll showed Lodge has Goldberg I It will permit main-
detention desk in
and the
6. Proper separate 46 of the
Crevasse: 1. Prohibit by law from Indialantic, and Mary Kel-- per Draft I to reach the
and ..
I Following t* a list of the clerks and the confinement of mental patients ty of Washington, D.C. facilities for men wom voters in Oregon, Richard M. toll-free.
Inspectors appoint by tht Board of downtown
County Commission on April 7. 1'64 in the County Jail, exceptthe Two persons died as a resultof en. Nixon 17, Sen. Barry Goldwater
to servt at the polls for the primary have a fire which raged throughthe I 7. Child holding center, separate 14, Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller calm amid $600,000 of the proceeds
insane. I
election to be held May 5. 194. criminally
from the adult work. He
and used
apart 13 Gov. William Scranton 4 and to purchase right-
G. M. Davis Chairman this action for the Red Barn restaurant at Bar- ,
urged past
Board of County Commissioners detention facilities. This will in- Sen. Margaret Chase Smith 1. Hampshire for other county road
tow. A night watchman Dewey
Alachua County 8% years, and many Florida I JORDAN

Clerk.Precinct Bertie No. 1 AA.Waldo Scnenclc.City Hall counties now have such a local Smith, 74, apparently died of dude and separate facilities for Harris listed 5 per cent of the Saltonstall of Boston. .

Inspectors. Charles W. Dean.- Eslelle law. smoke and heat suffocation. boys girls. voters as still undecided.

Gunter Porter. Bettee DeSha. and Joseph M. 2. Provide suitable facilitiesfor Robert B. Huffaker, a 46-year-: I 8. Reorganization of department NonviolenceMeeting Lodge has won editorial en- They are
with each
Precinct No. 2 LaCrosse Horn Dem- juveniles .and prohibit their old volunteer fireman and former I into dorsement of the Oregonian, the precinct -

Clerk onstratlon Delphla Club May- confinement {in the County' state attorney, died. 12 ,divisIon responsible for specified Set state's most widely circulated ization that
Grace NorrU. activities.
Mary Inspectors.Colson Lois and Moody.Martha J. Willis. hours later Of a bear attacK newspaper."We the doorbell

Precinct No. 3 Alachu Community. Cen-I ALACHUA COMMISSION COUNTY C/o ALACHUA ZONING said to be caused by his activity 9. 24-hour county road patrolin I TALLAHASSEE (AP) The are pleased but not necessarily 400,000

er COUNTY COURTHOUSE the fire. all areas of the county. persuaded *' Goldberg Paid Advertising
Clerk. Idella Harris GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA in fighting :,Southern Christian Leadership I

Inspectors., Theressa Coney Welnart Shaw. Mary Mamta: HUjefcelman Waters -Notice Is hereby given that the Alach A Vero Beach man, Charles 10. Very close working agreements Conference has scheduled a said. "If we had listened to the
ua County Zoning Commission will holda with all city county -
and Carl W. Hlller. public hearing at 7:30 P.M. on Wed. Erdle, was killed Monday when mass meeting Sunday to emphasize -polls in New Hampshire we

Precinct No. 4 GaInesville Kirby Smith. nesday. April 29. 1964 In the County. his light plane crashed near a state and federal law enforce nonviolence in would have packed our bags .
School Commission Room (401) In the Courthouse a Negro
Clerk Emmie McCaB. Jean I to consider requests to rezone the river shortly after taking off ment agencies at all times. voter registration drive. and gone home. No one took us ES :JI..If.&I.IJ
Inspectors. Lois F. Carr Betty '
'allowing described property In the fol. I 11. Continuous in-service train- "
Parker Cecllle J. Fagan Dorothy Bourgeois lowing described manner: from the Sebastian airport. seriously. 1:00.3:45
Eunice perryman. and Mary Application No. 56 Rezone from Ago .lug program for all departmental SCLC President Dr. Martin Goldwater and Rockefeller, I 6:35 9:20

Clark Precinct Arnold.No. 5 Gainesville J. J. Finley grlculture ed by Mr.to Norwood Business Hope"A") (Request. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY. personnel, including sheriff. Luther King Jr. was scheduled

School A tract of land situated In the NWV JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA to speak. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I,
Strickland. I
Bessie ,
Mabel RobiSSnTveV.HEWluSms County. Florida said tract of land IN RE: Estate of Pursuant to Section 845.0? Flo rtda

Walker. Mary S. Murray, Myrtice Ada Bettiea B. being follows:more particularly described as WARNER Deceased.To .HARVEY. More than one-third of all the I The Rev. C. T. Vivian, an official Status notice Is hereby given that the : ; ; b JA tI

f and Elbert Vou. I All Creditors and Persons Having of the SCLC said "We undersigned John D. Baldwin and
Commence at the NW comer of See.
sold in the United Statesare Harold Burchett doing business under t//
MunicIpal Against Said Es- roses
Precinct No. t Newberry Claims or Demands \
25. T9S R19E and run 501 degrees have
seen a certain militancy the firm name of sudden :Service Heat
InY.elri I or 26" E. along the West line of the tate: produced in Southern leg and Alr-Condltiong Co., Inc. t07 .f

Clerk Inspectors. Orbla Bishop.McElroy, Madeline C. thence NW U of run said N SS Sec.degrees 25. 65910 57'3of'feet E. notified You and and each required of you to present art hereby any California. that could lead toward violence',S.W.,' 3rd Alachua St. P.O. Box Florida 132. Gainesville Intends \:\4 ... ;

Cleary. Olivia E. Gray. T. B. Kirby 50.00 feet to the Easterly right of way claims and demands which you. or in cities where no nonviolent'to said County.
register fictitious name under
and Arthur N. Schouten. line of NW 34th Street and the Pointof either of you. may have against the : oR ryofONEII4ERm
workshops have been held. the provisions of the aforesaid Statute. :;
i Precinct No. 7 Gainesville Sidney Lariat Beginning! thence run S 01 degrees estate of WARNER HARVEY. deceased -IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.IN I {
to the County
School late of said County AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY
or 26" E. along the Easterly rightof Dated at
Gainesville. Florida ThIs
Lovett. of Alachua County. Florida.
Clerk Judge FLORIDA IN Nonviolence training will be LIROY PRODUCnOI
line of said NW 34th 30th
way day of March A.D., 164.
Inspectors Mary H c tar d, Emily at his office In the court house of said IN RE:
Blennle B. Street. 96000 feet thence run N 80 Gainesville. Florida. within increased wherever JOHN D. BALDWIN pFnUu.
Frenks. Alma G. Jones County at ESTATE OF JAMES W. DAY. possible
Beacn Vivian Brown. Ruby Dya degrees 36' 41" E, 336.U feet to the six calendar months from the time of Deceased. (3200) 3:311 4:7. 14, 21Da''fIlH
of line of NW 23rd he said. "Nonviolence R.FRO"WAANta 5505.
Westerly right way is
and Kenneth E. Kendall. the first publication of this notice. NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR more
Precinct No. C Hawthorne Town Hall Blvd. (Glen Springs RoadU" thence Each claim or demand shall be In FINAL DISCHARGE OF than simply hot hitting back." Plus
Clerk Annie O. Jackson. run N 17 degrees 44' 13" W along the writing and shall state the place of ADMINISTRATORNotice '4
Inspectors Lotta Wadsworth Ftorrte Westerly right of way line of said NW residence and post office address of Is hereby given that I have 'I RAMPAGE"
Helmlntoller. Pearl Smith Mild re r1 23rd Blvd. (Glen Springs Road) the claimant. and shall be sworn toby filed my final returns as Admlntstra IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S !
960.00 feet; thence run 580 degrees the claimant. his agent or attor. tot the Estate of James COURT. -
Williams and Robert E. Gregory. of W. Day IN AND FOR ALACHUA
36 41" 58.08 feet to the Point of COUNTY. L
Hall! W. and such claim or demandnot THEATRE
Precinct No. 9 Island Grove Town ney. any Deceased; that I have filed my petitionfor FLORIDAIN
W. I.. Crosby. Beginning.The so filed shall be void distribution and for final discharge
Clerk .
RE; Estate ofRAYMOND 1400 H.wow.X W W.20
Is located m tV50ft
above described property
Inspectors. Mrs. Harry Evans. Lillian MARY LOUISE McKNIGHT and that on May 15th 19&4, I
P. Gllsson Alice Howard Marilla Greg at the Intersection of NW 23rd Boulevard As executrix of the Last Will will apply to the Honorable H. H. Deceased B. DENNIS, NOW 2 COLOR FUN HITSI-
cry.Precinct. and NW 34th Street. and Testament of McDonald, County Judge of Alachua OPEN 't45, SHOW 7:15 WANTEDBOYS
No. 10 MIcanopy Community Application No. 57-1 Rezone from Agriculture WARNER. HARVEY deceased County, Florida for approval of said NOTICE TO CREDITORSAlt SEE BOTH LATE AS 9:00
to Business "A" (Requested by First publication March 31. 1964 final returns and for an order of distribution creditors of the Estate of RAY.' FIRST RUN 7:15 & 10:41
c'erk'tucretia S. Whltehurst. Mr. L W. Graham as agent for Mrs. Clara Floyd Gehan and for final discharge as Administrator MOND B. DENNIS deceased art Her. BUDDY EBSEN .
Inspectors Lou S e Graham. Clara ler Eva I. Traxler and Mr. B. D. Trax 11 West University Avenue With the Will Annexed of by notified and required to file any MAIL ORDER BRIDE 12-16 YEARS
Smith Blanche Emerson. and DorothyE. ) Gainesville. Florida the Estate of James W. Day Deceased claims( or demands which they may
That of the Atkinson
Eastep. part George Attorney for Executrix April 9th, l*<4 have against said estate In the officeof AT 9:00
Precinct No. 11 Archer Town Hall Grant and Sections 18 and 19. T7S. (3201) 3:31 4: 7. 14 21 /SPaul A. Johnson the County Judge In Alachua County DORIS DAY JAMES GARNER The Gainesville Sun
Clerk. Nlla Venable. RUE that lies on the North side and Paul A. Johnson, as Admtnlstri Florida, In the court house at THE THRILL OF IT ALL is now accepting applications
within 1050 feet of the described LEGAL TUESIN
Inspectors Annie Campbell. J. W. Sim- COURT OF THE tor with the Will Annexed of the Gainesville Florida within eight calen- .
line Commence at the Intersection THE CIRCUIT
mons. Elmer Grantham and Garland of the centerline of Interstate EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Estate of James W. Day. Deceased. dar months from the date of first pub- STARTS FRIDAY JANE FONDA : for bike routes.Gainesville
T. Reed.Precinct. 1-75 and Slat Road No. S-234 thence, AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA .' /S/ E. A. ClaytonE. cation of this Notice. Each claim or SUNDAY IN NEW YORK .
No. 12 Gainesville Stephen Fov run Southwesterly along the ; center.' A. Clayton, as Attorney for Paul A. demand must be In writing and must
tar School line of State Road No. 5-236 for a distance IN CHANCERY NO. Johnson Administrator state the place of residence and post
Clerk Bessie Clark. of 2650 feet. GUS SEIDEL. (3252) 4:14 21, 2J; $:5 office address of the claimant and must Sun
Inspectors. Evelyn Tavolar./ Violet Wal be sworn to by the claimant his agent
The above described Is located Plaintiff
lace. Ruby Seaver Thelma Sparks,_Lana property or his attorney, or It will become void
at the Northwest of the 'Vs- .
lIam Worklnger P. Jones. Isabell wenteu ana wu- Intersection of Interstate corner 1.75 and State 'WILLIAM EDWARD HERON akaWILLIAM TO WHOM NOTICE IT MAY OF CONCERN SALE : April according Ith to A.D.law.. 1944 S3UKJJJ5JATONIGHT Cell 372-8441 Circulation Dept.A .
Road No.236.. E. HERON and BETTY K.
notified that the following -
Precinct No. 13 Gainesville School Administration You are hereby FLORA R. DENNIS.
Application No. $7.2 Rezone from Agriculture HERON, his wife 62 Chey 4
motor vehicle: Imp
Building Executrix of the Estate of
Clerk .Agnes R. Crady. to Business "A" (Requested by Defendants.SUIT FORECLOSE. MORTGAGE DR SON S21869A14605 Will be sold at II mond B. Dennis Deceased Rly. .,.. Of'v.I.
Inspectors Flora T. Green Mlttte: D. Mr. L. W. Graham as agent for Mrs. public sale at 10:00 AM o'clock on (3253) 4: 14, 21, 28; 5: 5
Yvonne M. Ward. Joyce F. ,Eva I. Traxler and Mr. J. T. Vaughn) the 20th day of April, 1964 at 1321 N.
Thompson.Kldd. Vlrolnla Simons. and Elizabeth That part of the George Atkinson TO: WILLIAM EDWARD HERON aka Main St. Gainesville Florida. ..e.a..... SHOW 7:15
Waltman. Grant that lies on the North side. and WILLIAM E. HERON and BETTYK. The proceeds of the sale will be applied ..' ".
A. within 1050 feet of the following described HERON. his wife of the cost ot 5 I.
Precinct No. 14 Melrose Home Demon- line: Commence at the Intersection You. WILLIAM EDWARD HERON retaking to the storing payment and sale of said motor .% c.-.a....... ...". "CAPT. NEWMAN"GREGORY
stratlon Club of the centerline of Interstate a-k-a WILLIAM E. HERON and BETTY .
vehicle and the cost of publicationof PECK
Clerk Inspectors.Thelma Earlyan C. Preston.B. Evans Dorothy 1-75 and State Road No. S-236 K. HERON his wife, are hereby notice of sale and then to the satisfaction tntkJ rrltd Ch .,
thence notified that Complaint to Foreclose TONY CURTIS
Dorothy B. .Harned and Effle run Northeasterly along the of the balance due under the .
Engelke. centerline of State Road No. S-234 for certain mortgages on the following described contract with Jimmie Dobbs 930 NE "
B. Bass.
Precinct No. IS Rochelle Old School I distance of 2500 feet. property. to wit 23rd Blvd.. Gainesville Florida cover. e. .'tlI '" "RESTLESS YEARS"
The above described property Is located Lot Eleven (11) of SUNSET ACRES Ing the financing of said motor vehicle. ".. a. Financing Plan for Every Need
Building .
Clerk Hazel Zetrouer. at the Northeast corner of the Inter- a Subdivision according to the plat Any surplus will be paid to you and a .. JOHN SAXON
Inspectors Willie J. Zetrouer Thelma section of Interstate 1-75 and State thereof recorded In Plat Book "E". you will remain liable for any balance 214 NW nth SANDRA DEEmmnnso
Tillman. Margaret L McPherson and Road No. 5236.Application Page 5, of the Public Records of Alachua remaining unpaid under said con- Alse to OcaJ.
No. 57-3 Rezone from Ag County. Florida.
tract. -
William P. McPherson.Precinct
No. U Gainesville Girt Scout riculture to Business "A" (Requested has been filed against you and you Dated this 1st day of April '1964
Cabin by Mr. L W. Graham as agent for Mrs. are required to serve a copy of your ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT 1fJj i- JQvu
Clerk Eunice Miller. Eva I. Traxler and Mr. J. T. Vaughn) answer or pleading to said Complaint CORPORATION *' %
Inspectors Hazel Gatesman Myrtle That part of the George Atkinson on the Plaintiffs attorney, William Tr- BY H. S. JAMERSON .W.
Cop. Errophene Croiler. Mary Black. Grant and Section 17. T7S. RUE that ckel. Jr.. of Whltfield, Wright & Leon- Gainesville. Fl.. v
Llnnl Hendrix Irene Caudle and Rob.ertJ. lies on the South side and within 1050 hardt. 707-714 Metcalf Building, Oriand (3251) 4:14
Dixon. feet of the following described line: Florida. and file the original answer or I j
Galnesvllla Gainesville Commence at the Intersection of the pleading In the office of the Clerk of .
Precinct No. centerline of Interstate 1-75 and State the Circuit Court on or before the 20th NOTICE OP SALE ; vV&i
Clerk.High School.EHI D. Ames. Road No. S-236 thence run Northeasterly day of May. 1964. If you fall to do so TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: !
Inspectors. Ruth E. Allee. Gertrude Ma along the centerline of State Judgement by default will be takeagainst You are hereby notified that the following -
Ellen Blssland. and Mga- Road No. S-236 101a distance of 2500 you for the relief demanded In motor vehicle: 1961 Chew 2D
son. Mary feet. the Complaint. S no. 11837B122791 will be sold at public
ret A. Cline.No. II Arredondo Presbyter. The above described property Is located This Notice shall be published once sale at 10:00 A.M. o'clock on the
Ian SundaySchool at the Southeast corner of the intersection each week fOr four (4) consecutive 20th day of April, 1964, at 1321 North
Clerk Rozzle Ambrose. of Interstate 1.75 and State weeks In the Gainesville Sun t newspaper Main St., Gainesville Fla.
Inspectors. Wilma Dee Frailer. Lyda Road No. 5236.Applkltlon of general circulation In Alachu The proceeds of the sale will be applied _
Mae Will. Esther N. Griffith and Nathalie NO. 57-4 Rezone from Ag. County. Florida. to the payment of the cost of
riculture to Business "A" (Requested. Done and ordered at Gainesville, Flo retaking. storing and salt of said
Precinct B. Anchors.No. 1f Orange Heights Worn- by Mr. I.. W. Graham as agent for Mr.I Ida, this 6th day of April, 1964. motor vehicle and the cost of publIcation -
B. D. Traxler) .1. B. CARMICHAEL. of notice of sale and then to the
ens Club That part of the George Atkinson Clerk of the Circuit Court of The satisfaction of the balance due under
Lee Dougherty.
Clerk Lore MertI P. TIIoI0 p.1 I Grant and section 19. T7S RUE that Eighth Judicial Circuit Alachu the contract with Judith Sharon Hln
Brown.Inspectors.Nays E. Tlllman and Edith lies on the South side and within 1C50 County. Florida. son. 906 Shady St., Columbus. Miss.
longer. feet of the following described line (COURT SEAL) covering the financing of said motor kJfflfl
Precinct No. 20 High Springs City Halt Commence at the Intersection of the BY: EMILY WATERHOUSE. vehicle. Any surplus will be paid to
centerline of Interstate Deputy Clerk will remain liable for
Clerk. Maude B. SwIHey." 1-75 and State you. and you
Inspectors. Rebecca King Maude C. Road No. $-2361 thence run Southwesterly William Trickel. Jr. any balance remaining unpaid under .I1tj
Small. Lone S. Stephens. Beatrice Me- along the centerline of State WILLIAM TRICKEL JR. said contract.
Arthur. Christina Heritage. Road No. S-234 for a distance of 2650 Of WHITFIELD. WRIGHT & LEON Dated this 1st day of April 1964
feet.The .
Precinct No. 21 HIgh Springs Jleatth
described Property Is located 707-714 Metcalf Building
at the Southwest Orlando. Florida BY H. L. Jamerson
Alma Peterson. corner of the Intersection :
Clerk.Inspectors. Willie Ruth ChAstain. Ger of Interstate 1-75 and State Road Attorneys for Plaintiff Gainesville Florida get your
trod O'Steen. Mabel B. Candy Ella No. S-236. (3254) 4:14. 21. 21; 5: S (3250)) 4:14 ,2. 1
Auvnn.' and AJvlona Wtallns. .Application_ No. 59 Rezone from Reslro 1
- Precinct-No.- 22 Campvlile Methodist gence '- Business 'A" (Requested "
by Marcus in
Conant) 1.3
Clerk Church L. F. Cosgrove. Commence at the NC corner of Sec- .p \ money
Inspectors Flora M. Sherouse Arts I.iiknan. tim 34 T11S R20E and run N a.c deCrees .
Joseph Sales Beckham. and IV 40" W. 365.97! thence run S
Alice F. Lent.. 13 degrees or 20W, along the cen- the20th
Precinct No. 23 GaInesville P. K. Vongt ter line of a 40 graded road. 876.90-; 9& "fV" St by C
School thence run West tOW to the West R.
Clerfcr Estalla Tlighman. W of said 40 graded road and the .
Inspectors Elizabeth -Marth 1m,, Audrey P.O.B.J thence continue West. asiJT;
B Ian ton. Martha S. Omer Otis Johnson thence run ,N 22 degrees 01' 41" W.
and Eva Olson. 315.0 to the Soutn R-W of the Flem-
Precinct No. 24 Gainesville WtstweedSchool Ington Road; thence run S <7 degrees NEW ASSOCIATESHOME
5T 17" W along said R-W 431.0; thence
Citric Sarah Deck. run S 22 degrees 5$' 19" W along 'T" \\ \
Inspectors. Carolina Wllllngham. Anna said R-W 24.5? to The East R-W of .
L Powell. Gall DeGrovt Margaret Interstate highway 75 (State Road nil
Humphries. Edna H. Bronson and Mary thence run S 22 degrees 01' 41" E : FURNISHINGS
Ann Frazer. along said RoW S36.04* to the I.C. of a -
Precinct No. 2S Gainesville Buchhotz curve. said curve having a radius of Earn profits
School 1969JM a delta angle of 10 degrees
Clerk. Florence Ripper. ir 33**. and being concave In a
Inspectors Hassle Bodte 'Mlrml Means. Southwesterly direction thence FINANCING PLAN
Helen A. Bennett Gertrude Shackleford. 1'
run along said curve In a Southeasterty the
Myrtle Johnston and June L. Fulmer. from
direction and arc distance of
Precinct No. M Gainesville Llttlewood .
353... to the LT. of said curve;
School thence run S 11 degrees 4f 06" E permits young Americans to buy
Clerks Margaret S. Storm.

Boyle Inspectors Fee Martha M. Cowlev 0. Baker.Freda Elhwood.Frances 47 along degrees said RoW 4f 112.84'19" E thence 38Jr run to N all the things they need for better ;

Helen Davis' and Mona M. flegg. the West R-W of a 40" graded road 1stYou'd
Precinct No. 27 Gainesville Recreation thence run N U degrees CT 50" E living-and save. 1
Center along said RoW 32L94' to the' P.O.B.
Clerk Elsie Gerald. All being and tying! In the NE U of No longer is it necessary to boy fonushings for a

Inspectors. Bess* T. Tyson. Jacob E. Section 34. T11S. RJOE. Alachua Coun -V-1 at different stores and a high finance
Tyson Sue E. Martin" Ethel Plckeren ty. Florida. Containing *.* acres be "cuckoo" not to borne pay
Patrtda FenH. and Suzanne Barcw. more or less I : charge for each par chase. Under the Aasodatfa
Precinct No. 2* Gainesville Voting Ma- The above described property Is located .
chin Warehouse tn the Southeast corner of The Intersection In Floridaat lw take advantage of this new Home Furnishings Financing Plan, you can

Clerk Lytle K. Borrln. of lnterstate-75 and the road from borrow the total amount ahead of time avoid
Inspectors EtoU S. Johnson. Mettle B. MIcanopy to Flemlngton. .
Turbevllle. Eleanor Cunningham MaryB. Application No. 59 Variance to operate ,r timely bargain. Visit us multiple interest payments select yoor own
Johnson. Edgar S. Dunn. Laura M. a cocktail lounge In a Business -A" ; .
Stewart and Marilyn Green. zone. (Requested by Mr. Raid L. Reyes) payments.And
Precinct No. 2t Galnesvllla Howard The West 264 feet of the following described a picnic beer is a natural : now, or save by mailif the Associates, one of America's largest
Bishop School tract of land: Commence at .
Oerk. Gwen Dulaney. the Northeast corner of Lot 26 of the wish. financing institutions, offers other 'LookAheadBorrowing"

Inspectors Mary J. Davis Beverly En- Mackey-Hudson Tract and being partof you plans for any responsible person .
Gel. Mary CutbreatK Geraldine Stw- the Mcintosh Grant a* recorded In \Vhenyon'rerelaxing at your favorite outdoor beauty spot with
art. Florin Hale Lee. Esther Thor- Plat Book "A" Page 33 of The Public friends or famflv,and your thirst's whetted by fresh arsnd exer- any personal, business or professional need.Thereare
Records of Alachua Florida
waki and Lillian H. Ford. County
precinct No. 30 Galnesvltl Lake For. } thence run S 4 degrees 44 E cisc-that's the ideal time for a cool refreshing glass of beer. lafacti over 600 Associates offices coast-to-coast.

est School along! the Grant Lint 379J feet to the hiking federal One is near you. We invite you to write, phone or
can rvatcfihtgTVand just- First
you name recreation--swimming, ,
Clerk Odella Dunn. P.O.8. thence run S U degrees 16"W.
Inspectors. Ladora Bryant. Flora Al-, m feet} thence run S 2 degrees < : dunces ale nodingin the World fits it* cpitc visit today.
say, Vera Davis Sybil WeI an, Jessie 4T W. 183 feet thence run NUde-
Ward Selma Hicks and Beverly S. grees ir E. 910 feet to the East line as well as beer. savings & loan association
LeavelL of Lot 26 thence N 4, 44 A
; run degrees
Precinct No. 31 Gainesville Florida Union W. 113 feet to the P.O.B. less the Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable: reminder that of O&DesriI1e 'ASSOCIATES

Social Room right of way of State Road No. 25. we live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy I:1 7 \ :
Clerk Dr. F. W. Kokomoor. The above described property Is located AKMMI.. nMlAl tAVMGS
Inspectors. Evetette' Wells.. Gladys Rac- at 6421 S. W. 1JU Street. beer and ale, if we so desire, is just one, but an important one, of: 4
zynskl Josephine Butter Joy Upham All recommendations of the Zoning INSUiAMCI COIKJUHOHr&UAl
and Harriet Wilson. Commission will be presented to the those personal freedoms. SANK STSTM
Precinct No. 32 Gainesville St. Michael's Board of County Commissioners at their _ MOMC LOAN

Episcopal Church meeting to be held at 2:30 P. M. on In Florida..beer with fun with relaxation 4* w.. UNIVEUITY AVE.-AT 3K
Clerk Eva Kuzma. Tuesday May 5. 1964. goes 4 %
Inspectors Leila Fulton. Hazel McNanvara ALACHUA COUNTY ZONING O No W. 12TH IT.>>Q 4TH AVtK17JJ1 1
E. Arrant Howard Weston, Secretary -
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,l ,1 fussckiy, April 14, 1964 Gainesville Sun

=rbees 34 Waterfront PropertyLAKE Houses for Sal. 35 Houses for Sale

I Campaign Funds Employment
| Place for sale. call FR 24414
F WANT-AD RATES after 5 p.m. WHY PAY RENT TOTAL monthly payment of only
for :3 bedroom home, fire
1 SMALL cottage on Cooper Lake. New homes. $9.500. 3 bedroom tile $1
comer tot down
price SXOOO. Terms. 5)00 down bath $45 per month. Located on p
PH. 3728441for S20 monthS Also :3 Bedroom CB S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some payment and S 1001
I $1.5 Million house. FR 4-0848 between 10 & trade-ins. Call FR 2-2372. 2-7

Top = 4.FOR. NW SECTION for sale or rent 3and WIMBERLY ESTATES. Just break.Ing .

BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn SALE lot on Lake Ann Eastof 4 bedroom. 2 bath. CCB ground on n iainti
, I Hawthorne, Restricted area.Can home. City water lights and hell Now Is
to $5 hour demonstrating Classified
vp per OnlyDEADLINES contract & choose
374-2428 for duor
sewers. Shown by appointment.Phone Uer
; TALLAHASSEE (AP) Con FOSTER famous Studio Girl FR 2-3824. t out. Lloyd D. .
I J100 Dr. James Schutt of Fort Cosmetics. Full or Part Tim*. E 2V Acres on Suwannee River DixIe My
; tributions to the nine governor Myers Beach. Phone 376-4334 after 4. Cout-ty. near US 19. 100 yards :3 BEDROOM. 2 bath central heat 2.5.I
, HOLLAND I off ped road. Very high bluff. : AND 4 Bedroom
and air conditioning. Paved street
i candidates topped $1.5 million $1000 W. H. Stuart of Bartow. EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHERS. I Asking $4500. Terms. S. E. Sapp. $700 down. Phone FR 2-5514. Acre tots. Go out he 0'
Openings available at Tues. thru Fri. papers-5 pjn. Day before publication f Realtor. 472-2000, 472-2220
louis Wolfson and Mrs. Louis Wolfson flue to 43rd St. intersection,
ii this week as the campaign moved -of Jacksonville; and D. Wallace Fields Sperry. Typing and dictation Ii For ads to go In Sun. paper- :00 ajn. Sat. HIBISCUS Park. :3 bedroom riht. go approximately 1 tr
to within three weeks of the of skills necessary. Starting salary For ads to GO in Mon. paper-1 pjn. Sat. 35 Houses for Sale house. Convenient to Universityand sin on left. .
l I based experience. Submit resume T.
on Finley School. Quiet neigh- ZEROUER. BUILDER
In confidence or telephone I (Minimum ad 4 lines)
May 5 first primary. borhood. FR 2-0992.)
I $350 6-3
I 372-0411 Ext. 225 for down. $45 mo.. $101400 balance.

appointment. EQUAL OPPOR- FAMILY RATES 3 BR, CCB. patio. range. no BY OWNER In N.E., 3 Br.. 1 bath FOR SALE by 3 BR, 2
Reports filed with the Closing. FR 9-3945 FR o
. secre- Tampa.THERE TUNITY EMPLOYER. or 2-1785. Ig. screened pordt patio. tfisnwasher. bath horn*, wl llv.

. tary of state showed former ..........................................' 34c tine22cline HOME TRADEOPPORTUNITY stove & refrig. $500 dn,. Ing mx, air co ". central
EARN up to $SO a week. Full or : ............................................ $75 mo. Calf FR 40474FOR heat fenced I yard open
r Sen. Fred 0. (Bud) Dickinsonof part-time. No soliciting or collecting 11 ............................................ 17c line I Sale or trade. New 4 eRe house Sunday. NW OWl Dr.
West Palm Beach led the .. car nexcessary. Call FR 41948. .......................................... 14c line home located In Westmoreland P 372-8282.
I rat. earn- WILL trade several homes In Palm
charg -ornputed: by multiplying total lines x Estates. On city sewers paved NEW HOUSE. 3 bedrooms T
View Estates for homes in
field in total amount collected. x numbet at Insertions.
LUZIERS COSMETICS 1002,000 price range. Visit Sales St 2g.. bath Rms- Ig. family baths, central heat. C.C.B.Built4n .
APPROVED by American Medical Office Corner NW 39th Terraceand Rm. & living Rm. dining area. kltd Save $1400.-.'
-. 'Dickinson. making his second Association. Personalized I 14th Ave. or call FR 24545. Central heat bulIHn kitchen Including Call for Plntmt Ph.
service. No guess grab" go me- I Butler Bros. Builders. GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards FR 4-4774 o .
bid for reported collecting thod. Full or part time work. S Five letter words per line walk to schools. close to -
governor, Call Lois Williams. FR 2-4045. HAZEL HEIGHTS U of F & medical center FHA IF you plan to build and wl
$42,943 for a total of I $22JOO. Down payment SUM. like a custom built home e.
WAITRESS wanted evening shift Same as 2 line Se. our 4-bedroom and 3-bed- builders that
$436,050. He said he spent $365- IS at Howard Johnson's Restaurant. 8 Pt. ordinary type room 2-bath CCB homes with 1027 Immediate NW 40th occupancy.Drive. Call Drive Butler by per to discuss plans with'

Apply In person only. At 2839 II I built-in electric stove and oven. Brothers. 372-9545 daily 374-9048 you call 3-2. for Gene '
N.W. 13th St. t 12 Pt. Same as :3 lines Central heat. city utilities. night. Paramore. .s aVlllb
323.Sen. ordinary type Wired for television and tele our M plans to fr'
SMART and attractive waitress c
phone. Large yards completely Complete financing be
Scott Kelly of Lakeland, over 21 to serve nice people in Same as 4 lines grassed. Hazel Heights Is in PERFECT FOR FAMILY plained to you right In your own.x
a nice atmosphere. Permanent 18 Pt I WITH AN IN-LAW 1
home. For appointment
ordinary type the city limits. Equipped with
his first bid for the n
making lob. reasonable hours. Immediate I sewer lines. close to bus stop THE JAMES CO.

governor's chair reported receiving vacancy. Apply, PrimroseInn. low down payment conven- NEARLY new 3 bedroom 2 bath Of GalnesvHie Inc
tional loans. Located on Northwest home has one bedroom separate Builders of Klngsberry Homes
$37,316 for a total of WAITRESS. good salary. Apply I L 24' Pt Same, as 5 linesordinary I 39th Ave.. West of 13th from the others. Perfectfor Ph. 32. nltes 372-741
type St. Shown by appointment In-law or teenager. Beautiful -
In Wonderhouse Restau
He said he WORTHWHILE person _
$331,175. spent $306- Phone FR 23324.WESTWOOO natural finish cabinets kit-
rant. 14 S.W. 1st Street behind
chen. Excellent FHA term*. FUN IN
525. Sears. LITTLEWOOD $15,000 with only $400 down Includes
CASHIER WANTED. good salary. : The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one 1 Walking distance to schools. 3 closing. 2103 N. E. 15th
,.rayorHaydon Burns of Jacksonville Apply In person Wonderhouse I! Incorrect insertion. nor will It be liable for any error In advertisement B R, 2 baths home In Skyline Terr. 372-1551 THE SUN !
Heights. hardwood
,. ,
Restaurant 417 SW 1st St. Behind e greater extent than the cost of the space occuI -
making his second bid Sears. j pled by the Item In the advertisement. No adjustment will built-in heat. Shaded range back& yard.oven. Cent.Call HUGH EDWARDS. INC. OPEN HOUSE 2-6
; be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of .
for governor, reported collecting EXPERIENCED secretary desired. j the advertisement. I 376-0642. '
Write your qualifications. Must be REDUCEDLARGE NE 23rd Blvd. and
3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home,
separate -
week for
$23,241 last a able to use electric typewriter and i

total of $294,075. He said he will dictating pay for equipment.experience State and salary ability I I The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or t electing dining of owner's room. having Take advantage to 3 UNIT APARTMENT 15th Street

write Box 400-A Galnesvl 11 e i JET advertisement which It deems cbfectlonat and to move & have spacious rooms BUILDING now available at a reduced
spent 226152. i change classification of any advertisement from that or- I & wardrobes In new home area price of 0,000. Completely' 372-1551
j Oared to conform to the policy of the paper. among young executives. $19. furnished this I N COME PROP.
Sun.WANTED 000. FR 2-5489. ERTY Is located lust one block California ranch modern offers
Sen.John Mathews of Jack- from the Duck Pond in NE Gaines- toads at very reasonable
3 LG. BR. 2 bath, LR. o Iri
ONE beauty operator 5 days per IiiJn ,.- panelled ville. $170 per month income. A payments. Indoor
sCnvillrePorted receiving $31- IUJllllllllfllllll _...1WIIIIII1IIII1I1IB111IIIDt I1JtIIUIIIJIIIII fireplace attached garage HW REAL BUYI
week. Call and living and dining

030 for a total of '$202,793. He READINGIN FR 21581OFFICE 12 Mole Help Wanted 18 Schools fir Institutions: floors.NW near On Stephen Igfenced Foster.corner$14400.S450 lot.. BLACK ACRES Spacious 3 bedroom bedrooms area oor with fenced feet In patio. J

d.p. FR 28851. 2 bath home located up
said-he spent $159,362. masonry feet of closet Luxurious -
GIRL -Must be able to SPCI.
on a large corner lot wITh
HOUSES FOR SALE 3-BR 2- flton luminous
: papered
type 50 wpm fairly good with ONE part time auditor. Apply In Bath lots of trees. Special features Include bts
Real Estate Exam central heat with fire shower
Mayor Robert King High of figures. able to work with peopleby person to Hotel Thomas. 415 NE place. NW 47th Terrace. Price family room with fireplace. ceilings. alll. what enclosures a
telephone and do some phone 2nd Street. No telephone calls COURSE 115,900. fireplace in living room. central
Miami reported receiving $6- sales. This lob requires good please. ATTEND First lesson free. CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3-BR heating and air conditioning. wall kitchen Easy to clean custom

361 for a total of $75,509. He conscientious hard worker. Offers PART TIME 2 or 3 nights per HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 1-bath SE 44th Terr. $9.500. to wall carpets, built-in oven and formlc range clbnets. Built In Double GE
paid vacation. plus other COLLEGE. 21* W. Univ. Ave $45 range. electric dishwasher huge h
week. Ro-Mo Color Lab. Phone Payments per mo.
said he spent $60,613. good fringe benefits. Phone Mr. 374-7457. FR. 4-3507, 3723727. 2-BR 1-bath SE 46th Terr. $4,500. recreation room utility': .anar''laundry lik without Central heat air conditioning.with
Rlcketson FR 24441 GaInesville $45 mo. room and d 0 u b I .
Rep. Fred'Karl of Volusia Sun for appointment. 27 Feed fir FertHiierDAtRr And also per some trade-In Houses. THIS IS A LOT OF PROPERTYFOR Spacious corner tot. Many ex j
13-Help Male Female $28,5001 CALL US NOW tras.
or Call FR 4-7444.
County [reported receiving $30- RECEPTIONIST.Ofliee work good

telephone personality. SVi day FERTILIZER 3 BR. iVt baths. 25x25 family $SOO DOWN '- Roomy 3 bedroom $84 per me. VA or FHA In i
138 for a total of $150,656. He week. $40 per week to start. Call $1.00 per living enclosed eludes $500 down
Stenographer. 2135. 2-5 yrs. exper. yard. Sl-15 per bag. Phone 374- room. Ig. rm. frame home In older residentialarea. everything. FHA '
laid he spent $93,966. 2-0587 for appt. Better House- salary 1275350.Secretary 555S. garage central heat & air condo Needs Some repairs. 73x150 Include closing. $100 down VA '
I keeping Food Service. 30-40 experienced, $300. Lot beautifully landscaped. 344$ lot. A STEAL AT 5000. closing.
Among the Republican can- WANTED part time or full time Secretary. 2545. $275. 28 Livestock & Supplies NW 12th Ave. Call FR 2-4511 for

of cashier. Apply at University Inn Secy-Bookkeeper $225-300. appointment.FOR Edwards Inc.
didates Charles Holley Hugh
Rep. : John Merrill
Restaurant or call Mr. Goldstein Bookkeeper. $300. only $450 down. $91.27 per
Pinellas County was high with THE 3742442. Bookkeeper. $400-500 depending on ABOUT 40 head of cows and calves month payments you can qua "North Centrl Florida's Largest
experience. some fine milch stock, fresh. Call lify for 4 BR, 2 bath home 1806 REALTORMULTIPLE far.**
$ ,082. He reported collecting Accountant $450-500. 462-17SA. NW 33th Terr. Will paint Inside
Secy part-time Stenog. t- LISTING ANGLEWOOD by owner :3 BR. 2
& outside For
12 Male Help Wanted completely. eppt.
$953 last week and said be spent 30 PETS & SUPPLIES to see call 372-0481. Phone 372-1494 bth Price S1. $800 down

$7,019 so far. time.Personnel Center PROFESSOR OWNER. moving ASSOCIATESMARCELLA PARDI 3.2.

Ken Folks of Orlando reported ONE of the in the largest country Insurance has a companies position 102 for NW appt.2nd Ave. Call 377-4377 GERMAN registered.shepherd Bred for pups.Temper.AKC home.New 3 Hardwood BR. 2 bath floors Masonry central W.H.8UCKHANNANYOUNG J. w.KIRKPATRICK. ,

collecting $127 for a total of 21 to open 38. Unlimited for man future.between Startat age 10-12 AJA. 2-4 PM. Mon. thru Fr. ment and Quality. See at 3501 heating.. S. W. section -
N. W. 18th Terr. wooded lot 140 x 210. Faculty
R462. He said he spent $2,144.H. SUN S80 per week. After first 2 neighborhood. FR 21584.NORTHWEST .
weeks $100 and better. Call 372- Exp. secretaries. salary open SPRINGTIME Is puppy time. English .
APPEALING three bedroom, two
B. (Bob) Foster of Fort _8171 for appt. White Cashler-hostts housekeeper attractive$25 wk. Shepherd puppies & Amer AMERICA bath house In the NoPwet

Myers Beach reported collect- MEN to train as route salesmen.Guaranteed Bookkeeper. salary open ican Shepherd puppies. Call FR with personality t 0
salary. All company Exp. Waitress salary & comm. AND close to Llttlewood and HOMESPRESENTS thrCh. Large family -
Ing $240 for a total of $1,845. benefits. Liberal vacation pol Exp. mechanics FOR SALE t wk*. old pure-bred Westwood schools. 3 Bedrooms ro frepllce. walled pa- "
icy. After assignment to route. Store trainee. hi schl. grad. Dalmatian puppies. For Information and 2 Baths Central Heat. lIarde fall out
He said he spent 1630. salary ranges from $300 to $500 Off. trainee. hi schl. grad. contact James Wing FR large family room and screen shelter Iindsip

In the race for U. S. Senator, per month and desire depending to work.upon Those ambition Tree surgeon foreman. $2 hr. 2-8621 ed porch fenced back yard, NEW BRICK ing. Priced less SIJ
WANT Auto salesman. Exp. landscaped S15.- 0.0.ANGLEooD
beautifully -
with no desire for a permanent ha lean We have twe
Holland of Bar- Short order man 500 Call
Sen. Spessard grill Shepherd anytime. MODELSOPEN
position or no ambition to make Insurance trainee. $100 wk. puppies male & fe RALPH REALTOR available at $17-
tow D-Fla. reported receiving money. need not apply. Apply In Route salesman. Levy Co. male. 30. Registered. Call FR 10 Til Dark These homes have threebedrooms. .
person. Bordeffs Dairy. 2420 NE AGY. 4-3470 anytime. Best before 10 FOSSEY a.m. two baths Florida
$13,780 last week for a total of 19th Dr. CONNELL 120 SE EMPLOY.1st Ave. A.M. "Selling Florida Since 1906" FEATURES : room central heat built In
11 W. University Ave. Ph. 374-1359
PERMANENT Phone 374-8234 COLLIE puppy. 4-months Old. $50. kitchen. Occupancy at the
He said he spent $11,805. Fireplace
$96,561. Phone FR -138o. Member Multiple Listing end of June. Financing can
NEEDED AT ONCE Full or Screened porches be arranged for acceptable
Braiky part time man or woman to FREE male puppy half. collie Custom kitchen cabinets purchaser. ,
like for entertaining.
reported receiving $3,756 for a ADS associated BONUSBe with a company that West serve end.W a t Good kins Income.customers No Investment In half 1st St.pointer after 5 2 p.m.mos. old. 622 NE this you is the space house for you. Lg. Plus Oversized many bathrooms other custom REDUCED This S1..0 to 100 '

offers maximum opportunity fora living area opening onto red features cal.
total of $16,805. He said he spent Set your own hours. bedroom be
permanent and profitable ca 4 AKC registered Chihuahuas 2 wood enclosed patio. Near Lit- hous
reer. Can you qualify? Write C R. Ruble. Dept. A-?, males and 2 females. reasonable. tlewood and Westwood schools. VA & FHA for not than $75.00 permonth.
$13,152.Here 1. High school education or PO Box 2447. Memphis. Term. _Call 4812267. Hawthorne Fla. 3 BR. 2 baths central heat. Located on a shaded
dishwasher disposal built in lot In the Nohwt a is davailabia
are the major contributors, by equivalent -
Neat stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal TERMSWalking t ImNI.t. oc-
candidate: 2. appearance 14-Sales Help Wanted 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY a reasonable
DICKINSON 3. Car In good condition free price. $22,000 only $1500 cupan.
S1OCO Ellen O'Nell Nell Chonln to travel Monday to Friday down. 922 NW 34th Terr. FR 44945. distance to elementary and the down payment -
Maurice Rosen. Raymond Vandeneyde.Harry 4. Age 21-35 REAL ESTATE SALESMANHugh OWNER & Jr. High Schools. Shopping & If pay
BEAUTIFUL ments; accepted you
McCartha. Jr.. Josle Felre and .. .; If training you qualified at full you will receive Block of N. W.wooded 22nd Street.lot. 9 110"x 00 4 BR., 2 bath In Highl n n d move In tomorrow.J. .
N. A. Crane of Miami Margaret Ger- : pay. Edwards. Inc. Gainesville'slargest 1W. Phone 374-5109. Court Manor, alr-condltloner. Churches.YOUNG
manus of Rlvervlewi W. C. Tiller Jr. of See Company Representative Mr. H. builder. has opening for double utility Rm., swim club W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor
Tampa T. M. Henderson of Miami :JO F.McCulla.Wednesday April 15th new salesman. Excellent earning BEAUTIFUL large lots. fully I membership schools In walk.
Ihoresj Jim Anderson and A. J. Capa- : 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Florida opportunity for above average Improved In Rldgewood. NW ing distance $98 mo. 2832 NE Multiple Listing
Cttl of Hialeahi Louis D. King of Fort State Employment Office 413 man. Mr. Dorman. sales manager. 31st Street lust south of NW 11th Terr. Call FR 6-2349 AMERICA 31 Mmb. Phone FR
Knoonoff of S.W. 2nd Avenue. Gainesville. 16th Avenue. J. W. 24
Lauderdale Mrs. Hazel HUGH EDWARDS, INC. Kirkpatrick NO DREAM We can't sleepat ASSOCIATES:
Coral Gable) and Marjorie B. Ruth of ,, Florida. 372-1551. Agency 31 N. Main or call FR' Floye Bunnell
night for thinking of this Mlthlas Ire
28404. HOMESNW
Fort Myers. MAN wanted for local milk place. Gold fish. Camellias A. W. Ree. Capt. Ret. ..-
PART Time sales route. average

$1,000 Chester KELLY McAurther. C. O. 35.route.High preferred school ed.ages preferred 21 to $2.10 per hr. if qualified. OpeningsIn KIRKWOODOUT front Azaleas.yard.Banana Beautiful shrubs oaks, or-In 34th G- 7th Avenue
Archer and
Spencer Jr.. T. L. Whltehead Russell good health. Apply 204 SW Hawthorne Alachua 3127111.REGISTERED Newberry.. OF STATE OWNER must ange trees. carport. two car Phone 372-7070 MARY I :
T. Swain. Julian Bennett and Joe A. 5th St. sell Immediately acre corner garege. stables, large living

Reeves of Winter Haven Gloria White SOFT drink route salesman. Job REAL ESTATE lot (240 x 210) In highly restricted room with fireplace. dining rm. '
rlazel Pfeiffer Helen Folk M. K. Pfeiffer open now for dependable ambitious Salesman Interested In Acreage Kirkwood Estates. Call walk In pantry. Nearly 2.000 sq. McKINNEY :
and Ruby Rogers of Pensacola; CLASSIFIEDDial man. must have local reference and Farm Land. Ctll FR 4-4471 FR 2-0375. ft. of living space. 14 minutes MOELLERColonial -
Mrs. Mary Y. Martin of Lakeland) and be bondable. Paid for Interview. from Gainesville Florida. GREEN
Faye Fulghum of Washington. D. C) vacation group Insurance, good Mary Moeller. Realtor One-half acre landscaped: lot with Prlce-Low
end John Riley of St .Petersburg. chance for advancement. Apply loit w. Univ. Ave septic system, deep well. new DEATONREALTORS
BURNS 1319 S. Main. between am. pump 1 ml. to City limits and IT'S VACANT Phone FR .2-2511 Charm
$1,009 James F. GUM of MiamI PROTECTED sales and service Vi mU to University. Cash price to see this 3 bedroom 2 bath
and Sarah J. Johnston of Jacksonville and noon or after 4 p.m. route for married man with car 2500. Abstract furnished. 374- home on larpe corner lot In Exclusive listing lovely new home

$750 Ruby Brooks of Jacksonville.S500 BARBER WANTED. Morrison Barber & phone. Average while training 9928. beautiful residential area closeto Madison Park located e la-oe beautifully wooded .
D. M. Vaden. Tom F. Creed. Shop. 11* N.W. 10th Ave. $85 plus expense If qualify. Age schools and shopping. This tot seclu In fi residential
W. S. Bums Bob Clark Mrs. C. R. Gainesville Shopping Centir, 23 to 45. Call 3727117. 34 Waterfront Property home has large Florida room CHOICE Is the key word-Yes you area :3 hw floors'
Hllty. C R. Hilty and Arthur Mtlam of Gainesville. Fla. 3744354. extra large kitchen with builtin would like to see this attractive double garage custom built. Shown
Jacksonville Leo Haley of Orlando; BARTENDERMANAGER Ex- 16 Work Wanted Female range and oven 2 car car- and delightful :3 B. R. 2 bath by appointment, call M.r Moel-
Mrs.. E. A. Nlmntcht of Mount Dora; 376-4672 perlenced. Cocktail lounge,-pack- WINFRED H. CRAWFORD port and many other desirable home. Beautiful Inside planter-, ler. :
and, Michael Marlnelll of Fort Lauder store. P e rsonallty ambition. Reg. Broker. specalizing In features. Priced at $22,000 with Central heat- Parquet floors -
age BEAUTICIAN Senior 1.yrL '
d operator. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE- flood financing available. A visit to this home will be convincing Near Schools :
mixologist. Write El Key 107 desires
experience. permanent
: Priced under $18,000.
MATHEWS AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose -
$725 ,- Mrs. Ashley Bird of Jackson- 2-4441.North Main Gainesville. FR position. FR 4-4738. CR 52981.BEAUTIFUL._ DAN BYRDASSOCIATES Can be FHA financed Call Lovely :3 BR. 2 fully til bttls. -

ville., $500 Jack M. Eckherd and us for an appointment FR. 2- large tot large .
Harold Heye of Clearwater Chester MARKET man wanted. Sober reliable 17 Work Wanted Male lot on the Suwannee 3617. crport. 11..0 pay
Ferguson and Mrs. Louise Lykes Feryuson d e pen dable. Will I n g to 6160.River at Rock Bluff. Call 374- p.Iue pl 110.00
of 'Tampa; Payne Midyette Jr. work. Apply In person. East Side WANT to work In grocery store. Inc. Northwest mo.
it Tallahassee E. B. McMaster and Announcements Market. 1424 Hawthorne Road. or some other business as man LAKE HOME not a 'cottage'.
Mayhugh' Courson of Ponte Verde MANAGER ager or clerk. Have the exper This nearly new beautifully Jack DeYot Broker If you have a large family and Income -
deach Paul B. Costello Lee Wede- SALES ience. I am modest. don't drinkor furnished 2 b. r. masonry Associates: want plenty of room this nice
kind and Dr. Matthew Morrison Jr. of smoke. Call FR 4-7OT3. home Is strictly QUALITY Christine Stone. E. E. Holloway home will serve you welL 4 BR. Triplex near schools. 3 Apts. cef-:
Jacksonville Paul Revltz and Robert SALESMEN Clear bottom lake abounds with Walter E. Stoddard. 2 baths Dining room Large lt Io.good rentals SlJ,",
Claxton of Miami; Margaret Onett of 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE 18 Schools fir Instruction fish. This is a 'dream come Clayton Guynn panelled Florida RoomFire .g l payments.
125 N. W. 13th Street FR 2-2511 places in Fla. Rm. & Living
Miami Shores, and David W. Hedrlck FranchIsed areas In Alachua true' at $10400.00. Requires $2.- close In :::
Member Multiple ListingRENTERS Rm. Hardwood floors which
and Robert T. Anderson of Orlando. IN GAINESVILLE.. Irs Levy. Marlon Clay & Columbia 000. cash down. Let us show
GDI'S PHARMACY counties. sell famous brand you ANYTIME. ARCH CAMP. have \\t'been refinlshed. If you
KARL MEN AND WOMEN WANTED ? want 'live In a choice neighborhood Investment i.:
114 Central Plaza foods, home owner bondable BELL REALTOR. Phone 374-
-SUOO.-- C. W. Wldmaler, Mrs. Roberta TO TRAIN FOR and be within a few
(next to Wtnn-Dlxie new car to those who qualify. 5707 ANYTIME Business property, hat
WIdmaler and Donald Wellenman CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS Register for free month's rent blocks of the University and do
For Earn $5,750 to $8,125 per ye a r. Income, $12,-
-Onnond Beach Mrs. Lana Stephens. prescriptions & cosmetics month- J. J. Finley school This Is the large l. Dp.x
no obligation drawing
Bet- ,
Call FR 2-0587 for appt.
K, Muse Womack Mrs.
Faye Karl. location. Call today 2-3417. Owner 500..0
c.,J.' Huche and Mrs. Peggy Pes of LEARN TO DRIVEl Special ttentton ter Housekeeping Food Service. We prepare Men and Women. NATIONAL ly. will consider a reasonable of-
Deytona Beach; and A. 0. McEachern to nervous or elderly. Ages 18-55. No experience neces HUGH EDWARDS. INC. fer.
5 f, St. Petersburg. $900 Mrs. B. H. Easy Way Driving School. FR FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY sary. Grammar school education CONCERNHas North Central Fla. largest builder MARY .i

Butts of Daytona Beach. $800 Mrs. __ 2-7002. Lie by State of Fla. usually sufficient. Permanent by far. Acreage
Helen Lilies of Plant Ctty. $750 M. F. lobs. No layoffs. Short hours. openings for college students NE 16th Ave. & 15th St.
rtrtnor of Ormond*Beach; G. Allen and E SPECIAL NOTICES High pay. Advancement. Send during summer vacation. 14.84 ACRES In the WINDSOR "
Thomas Raymond of Daytona Beach; For top quality workmanshipcall name. home address. phone Public relations work. $100 a AVAIL. June )It. 3 BR. 2 bath. area. Wooded .000.00Term MOELLER'R.EAL
,nd Frank C. Hart of Bal Harbour. number and time home. Write week salary if qualified plus Fla. rm.. screened porch, S15- if desired. Call FR. 2.3617.ASSOCIATES .
Marcel Co. Box 388-A. c/o Gainesville 500. Walking distance Utt....
HIGH we are awarding Several $1000
1.000 Sam Cummings of Miami The sealed Citizens bids on Bank the following will accept 3726142GAINESVILLE Sun. scholarships and other awards. .- wood. Ph. FR 2-5043. J. Fred Guy H. J. Wiltshire

Beach. $$OO __ Joseph Rayvis and Larry Items: 1963 Pontiac Star chief 4- MEN t women 1$ to 55 to train for For appt. call Mr. R. B. Davis. COME SEE COME BUY CoL J. W. Davis TOR -
Landy of Miami. $445 David Kenned door hardtop. air power steerIng UPHOLSTERY CIVIL SERVICE 354-3763. Jacksonville Fla. or Many houses for sale but not Jayne Butterworth .

W Miami. and brakes. 1942 14 Glaspar 1508 N.W. nth st. Examinations. For information Jrop In Suite 543 Fla. Nan. many have roses. flowering Multiple ListingCOMING "Member of Multiple Lsi

HOLLEY with INS Scott 75 HP. and Hurricane Free Estimates-PICK Q and send name. address & Phone No. Bank Bldg Jacksonville between shrubs trees, quiet dead end 1019 W. University Ave ,
'(250 Evelyn Green of Tampa. Ins trailer. W59 Crosby with delivery. Key Training Service. 112 W. hours AJM. end noon. street conveniently arranged, 3 I !
Loretta Harris. ,of Deerfield Beach 40 Evlnrude 75 HP. and Gator Adams St.. Jacksonville. bedroom 2 bath Fla. room.
pOMeiN Ogle of Fort Lajderdale. trailer. Contact Mr. Sherrod. screened porch central heat and PARRISHPRESENTS \

FOLKS Bids accepted until April 17th. alr-cond. Bunt In oven and range,
tin-- A. K. Fekany of Orlando. dishwasher and very large Utility. VI LLAG'EGREEN
shop or hobby room. Convenientto I
Classes now forming. Limited en- FMV new elementary school Univ..
rollment. 1st hour
free. Thursday
Medical Center. VA nospitaL Out.
April 23rd. American Legion side city limits. Call 374232.
Bradfol'dDrives HalL For further Information
call FR .-.,11. FRAN'S DANCE :3 BEDROOM 2 bath, large corner VILLAGE NEW L I S TINO. Nice masonry S -
INSTRUCTIONS. 3857 W. Univ. tot close to Howard Bishop and bedroom home on northwest -
Street within' walking distance n
Ave. Metcalfe elementary. Member
ship swim club. Reasonable eqwt- GREEN Gainesville High School. L
154. Owner
OnTl'uancy S Bay: Sitters. Child Car ty. Take over payments. Call37264SQ. art ctty.

$60 Month new CB home large home. Central _
TINY TOT lot. Low down payment 300 S.E. air ciii Lovely feed
SUNBOATS 20th St. FR 2-4492. GREEN rear Ideal pl., "
PLAY SCHOOL for Convenient
BY OWNER. :3 2 bath dishwasher :
Visit us and 1M for yourself. swimming pool privi s :
_24 SE IttI St. FR 7806. leges. Small down payment VA VILLAGE

STARKE Only two school PLANNED program awaits your & MOTORS mortgage. Phone 374-1583 after CNTEMRRY' bedroom living, t .

Negro ore-school youngster at JACK BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION 5:30. room, cr.:fti and .I con ., .
children-two 10-year-old JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. MUST SELL 3 BR. Florida GREEN with. .

boys-have been picked up Music programs. educational WHO WOULD LIKE THE 74th 24" GRILLS Room living room. fenced back swimming pool and shuffle board .
fllm-itrtps. T:4S-S:1S Mon.-FrL HUNTER Fiberglass Flshieg 12' Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR yard. My equity $2500 -will take VILLAGE c.LTEW
so far in the drive against truancy __1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 43900. Boat Introduced by FRANK $10.** a toss of $1000 $84 per mo

requested last week by RELIABLE sitter wishes to cart PHILPOTTT S4t.5C GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES payments or less. FR 4-5023. Modem 3 bed
for Infants 725 N. Main 3123$37FRANK GREEN II tl
or small
children in top condition.
Bradford Juvenile Judge her t
County home. Reasonable
call FR BUY! 000. Immediate ,
"-37.CHILD. tHE
Theron Yawn.In PHILPOTT5rile Heart Of East GalnesvW" 3-bedroom. -baths. Florida room VILLAGE
Infant Check with Charlie central heat. Garage. 105x132' BOULEVARD. 4 t .
or care; private b
Ust to choose
CENTER of Classifications
a memorandum to aH law home Untewgod area. $35 mo. SPORT FR 3-mu lot loaded with tree and shrub In el c
or can pick up and deliver. Home of Hunter Fiberglass from bery. Located 1 block: from J. GREEN venlent $ town shopeiM.
enforcement officers, Yaw n Phone 4-194U Fishing Boats. Finley School :3 blocks from University Reasonably p r I C e lmm4Ute .".
12 Ft. Tetestar Sailing\ sloop with
last week asked that all school- WILL take care of Children In my Where Quality Sells Itself Dacron' SaiL SUing Swimming-Diving. of Florida.Total $17.750 FHA.- piUNDER

home from 12 noon until 10 p.m. Open Model ................ $24 $700 down.of $117. Drive monthly 1531 payments NW INDIVIDUAL STYLINGWe '10,0 New :3 beo>. o i* .
around town by .
age children seen night. At reasonable rate FR 20 N.W. 14th Ave. Decked model .. .. ... .. tmBAWD'S Fishing Equipment. 4th Ave.. or call FR 2-9545 datty are proud to present this CUSTOM home bt FHA speclfU '
4-0487. FR 2-5011 or FR 4-4W3 BUILT trMevel home win rations avaNtble to qualified '
school hours be
during picked MARINE CENTER Safety Items. or nights FR 4-9048. Butler rare charm. Over 3000 sq. ft. liv- buyer with FHA N -

and brought before him in juvenile CHILD your home.CARE One In or my two home children.or Mon. Thru FrL U.me SaL M 601 S. Main' FR 2-8531 Bros- ing area 3 or 4 bedrooms.3 bams closing costs and n fl taI*

Call 374-1534. 10 Ft. MarlIn Sailing Pram with Golfing Equipment. SALE BY OWNER :3 Bit, CCB. IV* huge recreation room. well planned Phone for further cals.
court. He cited a numberof 14- Trailer for Sailboats. Dacron SaB ........... ..... $15>. bathS. near University and J. J. family room dining room,
Model PT-1-4. 1129. Tennis Equipment. __Flnley. 1611 N.W. 4th Ave. screen porch overlooking creek, RANCH ETTE homesttes
cases of juvenile delinquency BAIRLVS MARINE CENTER BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER Central heat and air conditionIns proximately 10 acres b,
401 S, Main FR 2-8511 BY OWNER. new house 3 bedroom. Drive by 3420 N.W. 2Ut PL el. L
before Baseball Equipment. cated on N e w b erry
bad been 601 S. MaIn FR 2-8531
brought WANTED (5) 1 bath. Utility room and carport. end phone us for an apointment Is down t year balance.
2100 N.W. 55th Street. $500 down. S o
see the many ether extras.
him, and stated: Where to Fish. Can FR 2-4992.
SWIMMING POOLS WESTSIDE new residential sobdU
"These acts of delinquencywere BEAUTY OPERATORSor BY THE OWNER bl IdylewlWe, 2 OFFICE AND HOME vision opening s A. lt

committed during school Sun Want Ads Plus many many more. BR, CCB house tile bath family JUST LISTED Large frame home streets now .
BE CAREFREE room. Call 372-1001 after i bedroom: 2 baths can be converted tel you more about this rtr.
_ _
new Beauty Salon on Gold outside city limits.
hours when the children should 5:30 PM. to office and home.. la dairaWe -

properly have been in school." Coast.Opportunity for West for University one to quality Ave. Get Results Enjoy Master a dean Pool and Service healthy Inc.pool. ADVERTISE IX THE BY In OWNER N.E. With 4 B U den.2 bath screened home and terms downtown are attractive.area. The Call price for

Yesterday Yawn said he had manager. Must be high Supplies a. Monthly cleaning porch brick patio... etc. $14\JOQ. complete details. M.M.PARRISH
stylist In all phases must have service. SERVICE DIRECTORY Call 372-4455 .
been told by Bradford Deputy ability to work win young cllen- FR 2-5343 4-0044 2-3171 Alachua
tel. age limit 40. If you have S14J7S ON YOUR LOT. Open House.
Sheriff Robert Green that no unauthorized these qualifications. Write box I- Sunday. Apr. 19, 1 to 6 P.M.

39-A Gainesville Sun. giving Cherokee model. designed ftgineered Me Realty

students are now visiting name. home address. and phone MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the Homes DMston.by U. S.2100 Steel sq. CWp.ft :3, Associates AND ASSOCIATES INC.

town during school hours number. All replies confidentiaL MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH.
B R, 2 bath air caiL, brick Multiple

and that the "situation seems All lit the applicants near future.will be contacted Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 veneer 34th Dr.2 AJachva car garage.Homes 1801 Inc.NW Arle Mabel T.L Mt G A Broker We Glr Ha H Graham Parrtsh

to have been corrected. Phone 4-44W. 4 N. E t Phone "U I H fl I TeC J7WJ7JIi'


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: 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 42 Farms & Acreage 45 Furnished Apts. 45 Furnished Apt,. 47 Houses for Rent .

I f FHA House for sale NE sectionat CLEAN and neat near campus Furn'l Built to your HOMES plans and sped.. ,
GLADY SMITHP. appraisal value of $10,000. RURAL PROPERTIES BR. LR. Kit., all utilities fur. and shopping. one bedroom; prefer per mo. 106 NW 10th St. fications. Bum anywhere In
monthly nished except for cooking.
loW gas
down payment. tenants. Call
$300 married any. Alachua County.TOMMY .
K. Yonge area. 4 bedrooms. 2 payments. 3 BR 1 bath carport $45 mo. 911 NE 3rd Ave. (Rear). time. male students. McKinney Green I
= SMITH, 2-3617.
: ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE baths. Living room with fireplace. large storage. Call after U.S. Hwy. 441 Micanopy.REALTOR Fla. FR 2.0989.AVAILABLE. Ralph FOSSEY Realtor I RIDGELL

1 .. MennrUmt Florida room. Separate dining ':00 PM. FR 6-4774. Ph. 466-3120 I for summer trimester 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 48 Houses for Rent BUILDERS I
: This Is famIly
Nice kitchen. a Since
of ThankS Vfinted te BIT room. "Selling Florida 1906-
home with convenience to REDFRANKSREALESTATE BEAUTIFUL building site for the' 1 and 2 bedroom furnished unfurft.1 Call FR
S Lest Fe..4 ft Machinery *. TMIa apartments. Some air-

,_ 4 Personalise _Services O 14 Hrasch Building.U Materials G46S all 'schooIs.Quality the family city that limits.wants Almost to be S outside acres. conditioned. Near University. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 2 Bedroom house plus ; stove I -_ 2-4125" I

5 Travel lat.u.a home on Newberry Road. large pines good soil. Convenient 914 S.W. 7th Avenue. FR 6-2664. furnished. $125 month. 26 S.W. ,
I Special Notices AaUqiesM lot with trees and location. Call J. w. Kirkpatrick 24th St. Call Gladys Smith. !
Large many 1 BR. house. suitable for
: 7 rierUU Misc. For SatoC7Tralnr NEW 3 bedroom 2 bath 1 & 2 B R, 1 blk from campus couple or Realtor. 372-5393.
I shrubs. 3 bedrooms. 2 tile baths. LIKE Agency. FR 2- 404, 31 N. Main. |
one $50
air person only. a month.
S Baby Bitten CUI4 CU. Living roomis home with central heat AND cond. optional S74 S101 per FOR
CS Articles WantedS3P..iOflAW.edj double Florida room. mo. Call on Hawthorne Rd. Call FR FOR RENT unfurnished 2 BR I
t Places T* G. A iJ carpted and has a fireplace. AIR CONDITIONING. Charm- LAKEFRONT HOME McKinney Green Inc. 2-4762. house $60 IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
p ThIngs T. SeeAUTOMOTIVE_ Ing living room with brick 372-3417. per mo. I
7* Boats Maria Eqmlp. In FIREPLACE. Functional kitchen 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath 2 BR duplex apt. $60 per mo. I
Near the University. Good buy a NEAR FURNISHED 1 Br. apt. wat furnished Call
MELROSE e r FR 6.7466.FOR Cooperative apartments to
: 71 Camp -Bad- Fib i 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with Florida with plenty of built-ins In- turn. 31st Ave. N.W. & 9th Terr.. house. Near Campus Available I be built Gainesville.. For
13 Office Eqnlpmert & burners. Near early May. Write P. O. rent in
Sales-KeaUla room. Newly painted and dec cluding oven 3129. call FR 4-4817. Box 126 Archer 2 BR. house
It AlrpUne
.' for Sal 73 Masical )Uerehutls orated. Priced at $17,900. Littlewood & Westwood Schools. 300 feet frontage on Lake Rosa. Gainesville. Florida. $60 per mo. Call 472-2450. information call FR 62921or
.* 77 MobDo Homes JUST LISTED at $21 000. Call 6- four 3 ROOM furnished write:
nearly acres. apt. nice &
fer SaU79 2 BR. CCB furnished N.
78 Tracks E. sec- FORDYCE RENTALS
of these 0817. clean. For married P. 0. Box 13956
Waited Call 372-5393 to see any coupleson tioo. Call FR 2-7154.
Trucks ReaUbS REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I homes or ask for our list of choice 4 BR 2 baths, large screened ly. Adults, no pets. Rent rea Gainesville. Fla.
# M Tractors Trmek 1400 DOWN $89.50 per mo. Inc. sonable. Call 374-7844. COEDS. 3 BR house. SEVERAL attractive homes
buys In all price ranges. porch on 2 sides of house completely furnished
I Trailer EeataUSS bathsin available and also Pork
53 Lets for Sale taxes & ins. 3 bedroomS 2 modern kitchen oil furnace Efficiency kitchen equip. $100 mo. apart University
M.trcycesSI *. Scooters 5 excellent condition on. well crete block. con- apt.* water furnished Call 376-3305 after S p.m. ments. Call or Contact For
AntomobUo. Repair II WaterfrOnt Property GLADYS SMITHRealtor landscaped lot. By appt. only. $35 per mo. 3505 N.W. 17th St. dyce Associates. Inc.
I ti AvtomebDes,' for Sal 3S Houef .I'.r Sale Call 374-0817 Call McKinney Green Inc. FR 2- FURN. Room for rent. Prefer 926 W. Univ. Ave Apts.
84 Cars 54 Sal = 3 car garage with equippped util. 3617. grad. student (woman) or working 376-12361
Swap 37 Real Estate Ezekaacel Associates: Multiple Listing ity room & servant's room and lady. Reasonable UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. Stove
Dan Sheldon LISTINGS NEEDEDFor 3 bedrooms, bath and Priced rent. FR -- -
,38 Real Estate Wanted Ben Griffin prompt, efficient service call bath. S75 6-6077. & refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ.
EDUCATIONAL r Carotin Noyes per month. Students wel
Florence Burns I
.. IS Seboeli tnstnetiei 39 40 Out Business ef Town Properties Property I 1228 W. University 372-5393 REDFRANK REALESTATEClaude Large dog kennel with 2 houses & 2-2907.come. Water furnished. Call FR AVAIL May 1st. 3 BR, 1 bath, _Ave.P.M. Phone for appt.FR 6-5709 after 5:30 McCOY'SMacoma

19 Haste Pacctaif.ZO 41 Residential Income concrete floor. living rm., dining rnw & kitchen ,
W&nted-InitrcUO* .., ? .41 Farms A .Acreage = M. "Red" Franks Realtor 2 BR. furnished apartment. No Carport. screened porch, air con- 4 RM. frame house at 1120 SE Homes
> 43 Colored Property Rentals 11 FORDYCEFEATURES Myrtle Lassiter. Associate Live oaks magnolias, mimosas. pets. 311 S. E. 8th St. $80 month. ditioner central heat, swimming 21st Ave., shady yard. $42.50 per I' ,
EMPLOYMENT, 43-1 Colored Property Sales W. E. "Bill" Harris Associate azaleas camellias, gardenias Phone FR 6-8961. pool privileges for sm. fee. Good month. Call 372-4136. Inc.For .
7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 neighborhood In NE section.
oranges etc.
Sprinkler $150
W.rk Wanted Male system. 1 bedroom 3 BR. 1 bath. 611 N.W.
17 34th
NItes Call 372-7943. furnished apartment per mo. Call 372-7111 or FR 6- Sale very attractive ,-
ICWerk Waited FemsJe RENTALS I private entrance free water and race $110 per mo. Call
For sale 6201. bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617E.
14 Sates fleip. Wanted by owner or your broke T.V. antenna.' Call FR. 6-5112 or _ney Green Inc. FR 2-3617. Ter-I .
er. Ave.
open University ; walking
Saturday and
15 HeIp-Maio .e'Femfle 41 CotUre For Beat FREDARNOLD 10-5. Phone Wei rose. Granite Sunday 5- 2-761' 2 BED ROO M. CCB furnished 121 N.W. 25th Street. Close to distance to Lake Forest.

.. IS Hale Help Wanted 43 Famished Apts.4t 2941 or.for other appointment ONE Bedroom apt. Hot and cold house. Wall to wall carpet no 3 bedroom, 1 bath, range and re- Schools. Price $12JQO. S500
... DrmmatM Unfurnlihed Apts. AGELESS phone Gainesville FR 24051. water. clean quiet. Adults. 317 pets 2903 N. W. 6th St. Call FR frigerator. $110 Mo. or can furnish I down and $79.50 per month.

.: 11 Female .Bely Wanted.... -47 Hones for' Kent 1'_ 5 NE 2nd Ave. FR 65289.FORRENT..1 6-7749. air cond. on lease at higher Call Gerald otV.. Q. McCoy
'> Edal Cnfmrn.,4S LOS TRANCOS
WOODS rate.
$ for FR
4 Houses 6-8565. FR
SIMPLICITYand evenings
2.4 2 732 NW 23rd Blvd. $95 per Jr. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR
FARMS & LIVESTOCK"M $ Room Beat ACRE wooded tracts west of BR apt., 300 NE Call 2-7883
mo. Green 6-5015. Office N. Main
.. "* B'm Gainesville McKinney Inc. : corner
In this 11th
that-endures $365 down- St. Studious
Ftrm Eqilnneat M Hotel elegance total atmosphere. FR 2-3611. and 23rd Blvd.NEW .
17 Feed A. Fertilize SI Misc. Rentals most attractive 3 bedroom 2 bath price $1820. Drive west on New- Available April 16th. Rent $75.
I 18 LlTCiUck *. BuppUel S1A Wanted To Beat home. Large living room, separate REALTORNorthwest berry Road, turn right on SR _Phone 376-1123. EYES RIGHT!
No. 241
built-in kitchen watch for
., Sell K Boarders Wanted dining room sign on 2 & 3 BR air
Laadseaptor Tsp '. family-Florida room. All air con- the right or call anytime for conditioned apts., 3 NICE !
;; See real
50 Pets* SappUei r $? Office Desk Space' ditioned and centrally heated. You map to be mailed. blks from campus low summer dream living in Shadow 1
51 Livestock WaRte'FINANCIAL fil Bulneis Rentals can save rent money and end up rates. For- appt. to see ph. Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. HOMES

IS with a wonderful home and neigh- 80 ACRES, Southwest and close to 372-0481. SEPARATE GARAGE D. Oliver. Bldr.

SERVICE borhood to live In. $31,500. Excel- Three bedrooms. 2 baths practically town $225 an acre. 1 BR furnished apt. living room 2-Bedroom home for lease. Located Ph. FR 24866 I

M Easiness Opportunities 23 Special Services I lent financing. consult FORDYCE new with central heat and air Ralph Realtor dinette and bath. $75 $80. $85 In nice quiet neighbor- West en NW 39Ui Ave. past
57 Monev te Lous 23 Homo Improvement 51 & ASSOCIATES, INC. 3761236.SUBURBAN conditioning and built in kitchen. FOSSEY per month. Phone 3764787. hood. Kitchen equipped the Glen Springs intersec I WALTER
S 58 Mortgages 21 Kadio *. TV Service g Has fenced rear yard, family 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 Frigidaire with tion. See sign en left.
59 Money Wanted 23 Appliance Fnrnltare room and drapery rods. $20,000 __Selling Florida Since 190<" 1 BR. furnished apt., water fur. and flat top refrigerator hot stove STUBBS,
: I I with FHA financing available.Westmorland nished. 4141 NW 12th Ter.. $60 water heater.
.. .._ Tiled kitchen, tiled baths
---------- per mo. Call 376-2641 3762930ask and
:.-mllmllllllllllllUllllllllHltll1lflllllllll! nuh1tSuhI1flmffl1fflllmfflllulnfii.fftsnfflIllIil=dn This lovely three bedroom home 43 Colored Property for Mr. Haynes. or shower. Floor furnace with INC.
with beautiful kitchen, large Florida

35 Houses for"Sole! 35 Houses for Sol! room. hardwood floors. and HOMES FOR SALE 3 room apartment for rent. Mid- tioned.thermostat.Beautiful Window screened air condi-in E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN I
A :
central heating will be loved by the charming 3 bedroom. 2 bath home
2 & 3 Bedrooms SE dle age couple or couple with one porch. Nice floors. Home
whole family. Situated on an attractively with family room In this desirable 14th St. & completely JR. 1321 N.W. 16th AVE.
I child. Call FR
SE 7th ,
Ave. Some no down equipped with Venetian ,
landscaped lot In a area for only $17,600. Out of pay
NO DOWN PAYMENT central 3 BR.. air 2 627 large N.E.garage 10th near Shopping choice residential area. northwest town owner desires to sell and ment. Some small down pay. NE I location, 1 BR, $60 per mo., 2 blinds. This home Is Ideal for I Hornet Lots. Income. BusIness PHONE 376-5394
bath. Central heat & AS- will assist with ment. Monthly payment S57 to small families or retired couple. and Lake Property.
Call Center. Nice neighborhood, Sll- section. Consult FORDYCE financing. Pres- BR. $75 per mo. Call Joe Mason, ; I
cond. Northwest. 19000. ent mortgage payments $107 $65. Also homes built on your I More interested in good neighbors Farms and Acreage.
500. FHA financing avail. FR o9458. SOCIATES, INC., 376-1236. per lot for 376-2472 days. 376-1963 evenings.
376-2927. month no down payment. : and tenants than amount
Including taxes and Insur. II E. C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr.
$8,995. ances. Call TOMMY RIDGELL MOBILE HOMES. nice and clean. of rent. Call owner at 372-5641. 638 N. MAIN ST. "We Trade Houses"u Ii
NEW$450 down.3 bedroom.$45 month.CCB. Phone BEAUTIFUL PARQUET DELIGHTFULdescribes Builder Phone FR 3-4135 I paved streets swimming pool, I After 6 call FR 6-5464. FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544

Day 495-2441. Night FR 6-4311. FLOORS this three bedroom family South I Idylwild 44 Cottages for Rent couples only. Phone 372-2290. ijiiiii n ii ..rr-rrars HT
home with a touch of Old New
England. Living room with fireplace New home with 3 bedrooms S'A
NEW NEW Preowned home located lust across spacious kitchen and separate baths central heat and aircondU Shadow Lawn Estates
street from Howard Bishop JunIor formal dining room tioning built-in kitchen, GUEST HOUSE with spacious
two bath dinette spacious
Three and Four Bedroom. Custom-built homes that look
With all High. Completely reconditioned. for entertaining and Florida patio and over 2,000 ft. of livIng race overlooking natural s t
homes on N.W. 16th Ave. sq. custom-built. WHAT'S
U are tiredof
Florida Three b e d-
room. on private grounds. 11
Large v
the features of todays modern room. Call to see this one FOR. area. You must see this home ter-1 .
with that
rooms one bath. FHA SS50 down room with fireplace, aub.d.lyj.Sian
INC., 376- to appreciate the balcony
homes. H a r dWOOd floors cent. DYCE & ASSOCIATES quality. Convenient look.
Includes $13,750. 1916 see I
closing. bath
heat and air-conditioning double 1236. financing to qualified buyer. room and kitchenette.
carport. built-in elec. kitchen. Vt N. E. 20th Ave. 372-1M1. pletely furnished. Close to F. D. Oliv r. Bldr. BACKof

acre lot sprigged and landscaped.On REFRESHINGyes. Pool sity and Medical Center. Call Ph. FR 5-086
city sewer & utilities. Priced HUGH EDWARDS INC. Swimming 6-5112. West en NW 39U Are. past

below todays market to sell quick this 4 bedroom, two bath Enloy the luxury of a beautiful Esther 2 BEDROOM trailer with unfurnished the Glea Springs intersection.
Ex terms. home Is most refreshing with a Williams Pool in your own 2 room cabana. No pets. See alga en left. the
S 1 li STORY cool swimming pool surrounded bya backyard. Top It off with a tasty $68 month. Available April 15th.
i EXCITING large patio and lot. Located in barbecue cooked on attractive out FR 2-5633. I
a truly delightful neighborh 0 0 d. door fireplace. Plenty of paved
'Describes this attractive Ocala brick RED BRICK Call FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. terrace for entertaining large ( GROWINGDEMAND
45 Furnished STUDENT
home with 3 BR. 2 baths at 607 I INC.. 376-1236. groups.' All this In addition to a
.< spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath SUMMER RATES
NW 19th Ave. Cent. heat. fireplace home I

.. Fla. room. fenced yard. Fireplace-strip' oak floors CONTEMPORARYwith with dreamy kitchen and huge living 1 I BEDROOM large living room Your Key to Good Living 1 blk. from Norman Hall
and much more for only $17,500. very large kitchen with built room overlooking pool. Wall
.- SEE TODAY. quiet taste Is yours In this to wall carpeting throughout, tremendous kitchen couple preferred. No
In appliances rear screened One furn.
children garage apt. now
closet or pets. Available May A HUGH EDWARDS HOME II I
porch can be converted Into three bedroom. two bath home. space and fine 1st. FR 2-4857. others Apr. 21st.
WESTWOODThis Fla. room-rear patio for Beautiful porch warm woods us- landscaping. Paved street. Price
ed throughout the family room and reduced to $26,500. : .
3 AIR COND. 8x30 Trailer with for
acy very large ca
priv'l One furn. bachelor's apt In
lovely 3 BR 2 bath Ocala blk. baths. Floored upstairs built-in kitchen, delightful living bana. 2 bedroom on bus line. to Colonials! from $93 month clusive home. ex
home Is I located near schools at ready to convert Into 4th and room with drapes and wall to wall FantasticContemporary town and campus. $60. FR 2-2914. per Living room I
3555 NW 7th Place, Pretty built-in 5th bedroom or olay room as carpeting. For more Informationcall bedroom, bath & private en-
elec kitchen with breakfast booth. needed. LIKE NEW Inside FORDYCE i ASSOCIATES PRIVATE.. newly painted closeIn. I 1 Vz bath homes from $77 per mo. trance. I BUTLERBROS. I
3 rooms and bath. Hot and
Cent. heat HW floors Sc. porth. LIKE OLD yard and landsCap. INC., 376-1236.
A real buy at $19,100. ing. Frankly we wonder if FHAdid If you like exquisite design In 8 cold water furnished. Off street Furn. rooms for women students.
not make a mistake when startling contemporary you must parking. No pets. li $. W. 2nd e Florida modern brick fronts from $95

they valued this property at only FORDYCE'ASSOCIATES see this superior home located on Place. month Call FR 6-4031 after t
; UNIVERSITYREALTY $17400. with lust $1,000 down 1.85 acres In Northwest section. STOP LOOKINGI Sub-let Apr. per 5 p.m. and weekends1IIWIIIIJWJ1IIIUIIIJIJIII11W1IIIIWIII11I .
Including closing costs. ,You Tremendous glass areas two 15 Sept. 1, 2 BR completely
may drive past 636 NE 10th INC. fireplaces built-I kitchen. furn air cond. apt. T-V 0 Screened porch homes from $85 I
I Ave. for an idea of the value Thrilling views. Call us today for antenna incl lYe blks. from / \ !!:: HOMES?
then call FR 6-2472 for an appointment REAL ESTATE EXCHANGORS an appointment. Price- 45000. campus,' married couple pfd. per' month

1115 N. Main St. ph. 372-4351 to see,.inside (it looks Multiple Listing Realtors 990 per mo. 376-3364. I asNorwood
W. M. Munroe Broker even better). Grace S. Fordyce. Broker ARNOLDREALTY Calif. moderns from $84 perUma.. II
2 BR.
.. .. Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin Frank Warner W. Weseman-Realtor Harvey Benton. Associate 10 x 50' Mobile home. Locationand I
Roby. Roy McCann I 1113 N. Mal, St. 926 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1236 private fence 100 :x: 70' lot
2020 NW 31st. PI. FR 6-1180.
I ,
No children. $75 mo.
Multiple Listing Member

I Associates 121. W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 EAST SIDE NO MONEY DOWN VA I "H" Inc. I
: Pete Seig
Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge Pay Only $100 Closing II
Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman GARDENAPARTMENTS We Trade Homesor QualityWhen


38 Real Estate Wanted $57 per month up IMMEDIATE 'OCCUPANCY It Comes To t

f Home And Business WANT TO BUY Gainesville's Furnished or unfurnished Finest, c:: The following arc ready for :e:z I LOCATION I

Lovely 1 and 2 occupancy.
2 or 3 bedroom home with apart- I
family room and 2 baths. Kitchen ment.. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 3749408. Hugh. Edwards, 5 & QUALITY
11 IS N.W. 40th Dr. f
z; Bulldozing Plumbing must be equipped. Central
I I heat preferred. Must be priced 'WANTED 3 roommates for furnished 13 BR. 2 bath. $350 dn. $130
We Have
1 right with reasonable down pay 4 bedroom 2 bath modern N.E. 1 16th:? Ave. &. 15th St. 372-1551 010. I Only f

SMALL bulldozer, loader, dumptrucks i SEWER INSTALLEDNEW ment. Write to Box .345-A house SJomo., Call FR 2-0958. 9
." fill dirt, lime rock. Top & used fixtures. complete Gainesville Sun.LISTINGS II I 1115 N.E.5th St. THE CREAM
soil. Phone 372-7S44. plumbing service "BIG" JIM i 3 BR. 2 bath $350 dn. $113 a_ I
HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumb- WANTED | per mo. II

BULLDOZERS & Dragline, Backhoe Ing FR 21509Remodeling. I

wheel tractors motor Fordyee & Associates, Inc. have 3707 NW list Pi: I
grader. Free estimates. W. G. need for new. and interesting Highland Court Manorthe I. BR. 2 bath, $800 dn. $107 .
(Buck) Johnson FR <-<21'. listings of homes and lots rm I

In the Gainesville -
area. Excellent
NEED A Florida
NEW room. carport clients N.E. 17th Ave.
are waiting to 112IG
patio screened-In swim club
CarpentryWORK be Informed of your listing.' ; community 1 bath. $350 dn. $89
etc.? Call now and get It done : E .I
FORDYCE per mo.
for the summer months. Call *= i
372-8049 after 5 PM. for freeestimates. ASSOCIATES,. INC. 021442'NE I
wanted desires 16th PI.
: Carpenter 926 W. Univ. Ave 374-1234 _
work. Repairs. remodel I In G. BR. r/t bath $400 down.
Ph. 24)02.Cosmetics. BUILDING. remodeling painting WANTED to buy houses to be per mo.
.. block and cement work. Good moved, or to wreck them. Phone I'
work .Good prices. Phone 448- 454-1650 High; Springs. 13 1702 N.W. 3 8th Dr. PALM VIEW

.. 1872. BR 2 bath, $350 dn. $87 ESTATES
.p PALATKA ORNAMENTAL IRON 39 Out of Town Property r mo

WORKS. Railings & porch columns NW 39th Terr. Cr
An HOUR OF BEAUTY will make made to your specifica 4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI. : -
7, ROOM house with bathon lot NW 16th Ave.
; Air Conditioning a "newyou' tions. Phone 325-4005 Palatka 90x220. On Main Street in i 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI.
Learn professional makr-up after. 4PM. reverse, the charges. Hampton F. Jones. Fla. Price $4200. H. & 44 : | 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn. $68 $16,000 to $20,950FERNWOOD

per mo.
'. "ART BALL" Air conditioning secrets by trained beauty ex I

(Hot Air-Hot water heating, 'and perts. 513. W. Univ.- -Ave. FR :
..' refrigeration. PI3121685.. 15. 2-3126. Upholstery 40 Business Properties 303 & 313 SE 38th St. II
304 Cr 314 SE 39th St.
Years Experience.- POSITIONS open for ladies In
Gainesville & surrounding areas. UPHOLSTER your furniture at 12 ACRE- SHOPPING CENTER! I E 3 BR. 1 bath, $500 dn. $64 I MANOR'NW
For details call or write to Mrs. I reasonable prices. Call Sally. Corner. of course. 1400 ft. of I E: per mo. :
f Appliance Repair & Johnnie Turner NafL Dist. Di- Experienced. FR ..,sa!. of pavement; traffic count and 39th.St.. &
Air Conditioning rector f.*- Vivarw Woodard Cosmetics ,I population check indicate immediate Mnmnbcm0nw1mlmmn0mBI I
phone 374-1480. or 424 N. ewing-Alterations. NEED for this facility. 13th PI.
I g
Main St. An Investor's dream at S40- The following are under con. II
000.00 whole price Terms too 88 struction and will be ready :: I $12,250 to $16OCOWESTMORLAND

A-l HANDYMAN SHOP SEAMSTRESS. I do sewing of all ARCH CAMPBELL REALTOR. I; for occupancy soon. I.
First in air
pliance repairs. FR 6-0267, C Asbelt. 3436. N.W. 17th. Ter. 3224 NW 29th Ave. I I
FLORtDA FIRE.EXTINGUISHER .race. 372-0455. 42 Farms & Acreage E 3 BR. 2 bath, $750 dn. $102 s i II
: CO. per mo
ALTERATIONS on wom.n'sclothing. ,"',vDon't 4 I
FOR Efficient Qualm/ 'Sales and Service also buttonholes 9 ESTATES
Service &. Reasonable Rates, An types'of Fire Extingutshers belts. It dressmaking. Call FORDYCE'ACREAGE 3236 NW 29th Ave. iii
CALL 3764879THE Pick up and delivery serviceC. 372-8891. 3 BR 2 bath, $700 dn. $91 Addition No. 2

R. Thomas.Gainesville. Ph.Fla.. 374-49S The Monticello per mo. NW 39th Dr. &

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE, Sewing Machine' Repairs 3301 & 3311 NW 8th Ave.

MEDICAL CENTER Mortgage Broker CALL-SEWING : 2V& and 5 acre parcels availableat Now For Your NW 30th Ave. $20,000 to. $30,000
EMERGENCY refrigeration and- air CO. 811 MACHINE w. University SERVICE this time. Perfect home sites Open Inspection 4 BR. 2 bath $&58 dn $91per

conditioning In your home. Free"estimates. I Ave. '374-1075. We repair all northwest location. \ mo.

24 hour.. service. Ph. FHA and conventional at lowest Makes. Work fully guaranteed. .
5-- 377-1330. current rates. Terms to 25 Over 800 acres available, S220.M fail to see this popular model this IS 3236 & 3224
years. Will, gladly discuss at no an acre. Fenced and cross fenc i All City Services
Tires week. Over 1600 feet of enclosed NW 30th Ave.
Appraisal Service obligation. Can tomorrow. Alignment ed. A perfect ranch. square
3 BR, 2 bath, $600 dn. $86
31 Jrw.N. Main KIRKPATRICK.St. Ph. FR Realtor 2-1494 Brake Service 160 acres for SI63.00 an acre. Between "' space with four bedrooms. two baths and a i per ma.
FRED I. ARNOLD Newberry end Archer Road. I Monthly Payment

REALTOR FRED B. ARNOLD VACATION SPECIAL paneled Florida room gives your family plenty 3330 & 3320 :
REAL ESTATE REALTORFHA Other listings available S95.CO an From $74.38
SERVICE AND CONVENTIONALLOANS ON famous nationally known Mohawk acre and up. of and NW 30th Ave.
to living room
room Spacious
T119 W. UNIV. AVE. "PH: 372-352 tires . Save up to grow : 3 BR, 1 bath. SAM dn $79.50 I

111* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 50H on new tires. See our new FORDYCE separate dning: room too. Inspect this big permo.
wrap around
retread that gives
Auto Equipment MORTGAGE MONEY more mileage & traction. Latiftw ASSOCIATES. INC. with colonial ... _.....JiIIIjojIijI... .. ...... I Min. FHA
V/i per cent Interest. Terms to Tire Co. 4M N. Main! 51 92* W. Univ. 374-1234 one styling now. Down -

HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & 25 years. 160 ACRES fenced. with good 3 'III i FOR RENT Nothing Down VA
exchanged Repair kits for BUY BUILD REFINANCECall WINDOW CLEANING! bedroom CB home land alt fenced Monticello Located at H.E.31st Ave.' and 15th St. I I I
Walker Jacks. Factory authorlzed and cress fenced. good pasture i 124 Sf 7th St.3BLlBath. '
>25 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511
Walker Hydraulic Jack road.
on good
Dan Byrd WINDOWS cleaned, floors cleaned I i I
S.rvke Agent. HULL'S and waxed. houses washed 10 MARY MOELLER
SERVICE Main Fit 1.7-1497 SUPPLY 1314 S. GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA yrs. experience.! Free estimates. REALTOR i 1 Year Lease. S100 per Mo. I SALES OFFICE

and conventional loans.' Low Phone FR J-59SS. 1819 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-4C1
Sales Office LocatedAt NW
39th Terr. &
rates. Terms to 25 years. 1221 nnoowT== .oowAL1.
Auto Glass W. Univ.- Ave. V2-2. Yard WorkFOR 160 acre farm with all equipment. NE 23rd Blvd. NW 16th Ave.
Half mile paved road frontage. I e OUR HOMES ARE E
FORDYCE and Associates loans Inc.. and 11th Terrace I a OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- Tel. FR 2-9545 or
Conventional and F.H.A.
AUTO GLASS Is our only busi with low rates and long term the best take a rest Osteens Good farms and acreage r15tinSls.I : JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF
Phone 372-3471 and
ness. Immediate Installation I loans our specialty. Quick. courteous Lawn Mowing Service. Free est I YOU WILL JUST CALL, HolidaysFR
free pickup s, delivery. Add confidential service. Call mate. CaB FR 41417.ADVERTISE I Call Ben Griffin. Associate 1123 S.E. 4th STREET 6-9048
beauty value to your car. 374-1234 or come by f24 West I BUILDERS and DEVELOPERS I F RS3OI er FR 6-7989

MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. University Avenue. Grace For- IN THE GLADYS SMITH, Realtor I I
5- 323 N.W. 4ttt St. FR 4-2558. I dyes Realtor. SERVICE DIRECTORY 123 W. University 372-5393 E__ n r v_____ -








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4t House for Rent Unfurn. G6 Mr.c .For Sale. 73 Musical Merchandise 80 for Safe i

t CLEAN 2 BR kitchen) equipped. SINGER RECONDITIONEDNEW ORGAN SALE RENT a station wagon. TIME I -
Weal for working peoplt. 20 SE In the !\. Reason- AUTO SALES
th St. tut per mo. Phone CONSOLEFULL Of Christmas Left overs. All J-S449. :
Alls. 625
4. price. $3848. Payments new organs. Savings up to :30 t FR 2-1411 1007 N. Main St. BUY SATISFACTION !
per cent. Earl's Piano Co. Phone
; ONE. 3 BR. $1.25 per week. 815 W. Univ. 59 Ply FR 2.6313
house furnished SAO
702 W. Univ. Ave. :3722222 83 Courtesy
per mo., water Included. Ave. 374-1075. wagon. Good Northcentrol
I Available $- Florida's
May 1st. 3 BR. unfurnish SPINET Piano used. Mahogany P-B R" H. University Chevrolet Today Tomorrow!i
finish with bench $395. Will sacrifice Largest
: mo. Hot water ELECTROLUXSOLD matching
t fl-andSSO: water Included. Gridley Music Co. FR 25353. I960 be seen at N.MAIM St. at 16th Ave.S Independent Deafer
. Available now. Call 415-2342 new $80. Now $49. Like new. In Terr. _
UPRIGHT piano. refinished S reconditioned
r Brooker. Fla. KIRBY CO. S125 after Sunday, FR I CaD stick shift 63 STUDEBAKER Cr. all power & air $219 -
. 3 .
Bedroom 4-0451. .cs
unfurnished house. Located or 372-3407.
712 N. Main FR 4-7110 or 4-1117.
r, N.W. Section. Call f R MITt 84 Ford LOOKINGFOR
otter 4 weekdays or all day Sun- GOING out of the building busi paint lob. $350.
d.,. ness. Will sell all kinds and Automotive : 372-3407. 62 COMET, 4-dr. radio htr. std. $1395 -
, 3 sizes of doors for V4 price. Also SPRING 500. Ford, SIM. Falcon
. BEDROOM 1 bath anached door locks .. hinges. FR 4-0848 Your 372-3407. VALUE?
garege. Air conditioner. $100 between 10 & 4. up with Fairlane 63 METEOR, power steering, auto $239
month. 720 N.W. 20th Ave. FR 77 Mobile Homes for Sal convertible.
!J-148S. AviU. May 1. MAYTAG. WHIRLPOOL ft KEL- paint lob. $75. 0 T-Bird SEE THESE -

FOR RENT t room house unfurnished VINATORS. New automatic NOW SHOWING 109 M. 372-3407. 62 VW. Spotless inside and out . .$135
.washers from $1.899.
104 S.W. 10th St. Call FR : 1944 MOBILE HOMES CUstom. "'*5- Ford 59 I
Refrigerators from $158.88. :
4-3830. 372-3407.
2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor 85
3 BR 10. family mv. equipped New New cmaker Freezers refrtg.from from $279$139.95..95. Plans. Terms tailored to meet stick shift Trucks with <&4-door hardtop, black 61 FORD, Galaxie 500 R&H full pwr 1oir .
budget. Drive a little and Interior. V-6, automatic
kit, your 5. Phone :37J-
, ..buUMns separate Urge dining beautiful mv" many let. WE THE SERVICE VARIETY WHAT STORE WE SELL save a lot at CADILLAC Used power steering, power . . . . . . .$155

Available now thru August. $135 .7 S.E. 1st Avenue CONNOLLYMobile Loaded ... A-T R&H. 2- white brakes radio and heater,
Cars walls.
\ .W-mo.-33Z0 Newberry Road. FR FR fUSED Home Sales Inc. _N.W. :
8-SM1. 2 Miles North on U. S.. 441 *. condition $1045 62 FALCON, very clean, auto. $139
APPLIANCES Phone 4224144
:::2 BR unfurnished house. S acres RANGES FROM $39.95. Closed Sundays hardtop Get TOTAL
of ground near Nursing Home Refrigerators from $49.95. heater. 500 PERFORMANCESHAW 59 CADILLAC 4-dr deVille Id. air $199
west of SW 34th Ave. SM per TV from $3995. SPECIAL THIS WEEK _ston. $ Power steering CHEVROLET .
,no. 4141 NW 12m Terr. Call :374- WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 10x50 Mobile home and 50x100 CHEVY & side walls. AT Belalr, 4-door, V4 automatic
2641 or 3/6-230 ask. for Mr. THE VARIETY STORE lot, S4J95. 1 mile S. of Palnes _heater $ : of J48J5. radio and heater. 2- T-BIRD PS
61 air.
PB. EW. ES. $2495
Haynes. 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR Prairie.' All State Mobile Homes. : 4 pjn. & tone paint. White walls. Power .
4-3484. FR 4-3052. CHEVY steerlna. DOWer brakes.
1T $os. 348 en. Por
49 Rooms
For Rent
DINETTE Ultramatlc chairs bedroom Caloric furniture gas 40MODELS _4-4803 $ -take 1164. up pay KEETER -$74557DESOTA 61 RAMBLER, Wag.. PS, fac. air $1295 -

\ -ROOMS.. -for. men. Weekly maid stove almost new. Very reason CORVAIR v 0 y Plymouth, -
service linens and refrigerator able. 376-0410. wall $900. See at 230 W. University
-- furnished. :372-1185 or :3731911 THE best costs less. Cook for less ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE Assume or call FR 2- FR 20503PAINT 2-door, hardtop. Automatic, I
416 NE 2nd Ave. with Phiigas from Fuilgas Inc. FROM LOWEST PRICES ty. WIN 'adto heater, power steerIng Crane-Lincoln Mercury"It's
1 -FOR,buslnessmaik.,Large bedroom. Phone :374-5392.: SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. equity. car. H & H Mot power brakes. 2-tone
private! bathe" Facilities for light G. E. REFRIGERATOR excellent TRAILER MARTHwy. _ext. 33. Ave. paint.' 4 brand new white
meals. 306 N.E. 7th Avenue.FR cent walls. Easy to Trade with Crone Lnkoln Mercury"
mo. old. 4Vt yrs. guarantee DODGE
17. Phone 321-1050 283 engine,
2-1708. remaining, best offer. ALso OPEN WEEKDAYS .. heater $395. $795 516 S. MAIN STREET FR 2-3631 I
:: Ig. range with griddle. FR
LARGE cool room. private entrance new In good
both and dressing" room. 2-7393. UNTIL 9 p.m. S3M. for appt. be- ___ .--
.. For business couple or women. FOR SALE Roll-Top Antique desk SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 56 CHEVROLET wHaven't -- I
Week or monttu FR 24242. $150. May be.seen at 1310 S. EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA English
BLEEPING Main Thomas OH Co. FR 4-8844. Good Ford. sedan. Belalr, 4-door, V-8, auto- -
room. with kitchen prtv- FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES _Call FR t*>'... Phone Spring Special natlc. Radio "..fer. 2-tone
feces It desired. Phone FR 2- BRAND new twin air-foam mat !paint. White walls.
1754 or see at 517 NE 4th St. tress. Will sell for $35. Call :374- FORD XL ... You Heard?
0827 after S pm. 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South R&H, 3724343,4. V-8 engine. $695
-UNCLE or double room In large Gainesville 372-5113 equity. ,, sound,
cool, rooming house. 2 blocks ELECTRIC STOVE. 3 burner Hours I to 8, Sunday 11 to 7 45.4-1691. Call 37--279fl aft
off campus. Kitchen living Rm. deep-well oven storage drawers
Service Is a must with us.
.. maid service. Call FR 2-2724. & timer. First come first FORD 1" $3995HAWES SPECIAL
Dr. R&H
JtOOMS for co-eds or Health Cen- serve $25. Call FR u.su.T.VS condition SIM sOS 56 FORD 1964 RAMBLER
,tar technicians.. S125 per trimes- USED $2935 up. portable table WYAlTTrailer 044. S125
VMon pick V4, radio.
_Jer.4r-430 perircBtt on W. Univ. ft consoles, guaranteed. Antenna's up.
FORD. l SI50 Heater, 4 tires.
PH. 37M7S7.MTTRACnve.. optional. College Radio. FR new $245 new
room.- with private 7731.SEEING SalesHome & tag ,E. 4ti St. $345
"' entrance. In quiet modem home. IS BELIEVINGFOR offer. The Lowest-Priced 'Amer :an.Built car.
Kitchen privileges. Ideal for U ofT rebuilt washing machines.dlshwash.rs of ., Winter -
Pacemaker Mobile Homes "
: F student. FR 2-7883.
refrigerators and
".I BLOCKS from campus low sunv appliance repairs call Dan at FR Shasta Travel and Trailers Airstream die V-a, I POWERSBody ,Raulerson Delivered at Ridgway Motor Co. for

mer rates. Cheaper by the tri 40247Al Ocala's First Mobile Homo _Phone 1954 Fords
mester. For appointment to see Dealer Since 194
call :372-0481. First In appliance repairs. 1m Silver Springs Blvd. KARMANN tible. Service Station. Motors only:
N. W. SECTION furnished room retail $ 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD
with air conditioning. use of pick them 25 cts. a quart. Ocala Fla.1x30 _N.W. tth
carport and phone, $11 weekly. Bring your own container. 4V* mobile home, newly C 0 nstructed 611 SW 3rd St. I
Call 372-4805. miles W. of Lawtey Fla. Har- 10 x 20' cabana. 5 mln. LANCER 372.5285
old K. Norman. Plenty of ber from campus. Town & Country new FR 2-0538 Home of A-l Used Cars I
DNE)kitchen or two privileges girls to, homelike share house at ries. Trailer A. Kelly.Lodge. Ph. 374-2SM. W. MG-TD_Mr. : I.. CARSTRUCKSJEEPSNEW I $176300

mosphere. Call FR 2-1054 after i ALMOST new large electric range. .
pm.lOFT.. $50. Crosley electric refrigerator 1960 AMERICAN. Wx 44', 1 BR.; tires
$45 or 580 for both. Almost front kitchen, lot 2?, Hickory HilL Sound I
wide trailer. 2 BR. $73 per new record player $40. or exchange Call 372-31S5. 3764140 PLUS TAX TAG & TITLE
month. Call FR 4-755.
tape recorder. Willpay
some difference for right TWO bedroom house trailer S900 1964 GMC
recorder. Call FR 4-4135. one bedroom house trailer $750. Good I
51-A Wanted To Rent Can be rented. Phone 374234 Good __ozq Top Trade-in Allowance
2 BR trailer with some land on Monday to Friday t to S.ITS Young eo- ANDPICKUP .
'HYSICIAN'S family of :3 desires 3 route 121. Nearly new boat with PONTIAC
two motors and trailer A-C bulldozing FOOLISH Easiest Possible Terms.
bedroom 2 bath unfurnished tractor and cattle trailer standard TRUCKS I
_home. Phone FR 23021. pick-up truck. Call 462-1754. to pay more. RECKLESS topay condition.
WANTED furnished house or appertfnent. less. GET THE REAL RAMBLER AS
RED dinette
set. extra leaf
2 bedroom 1 bath. Price to 34 x 40". chrome extends FACTS. Payments as low.. dr.. .
SI7.2f month with Rambler is
per $300 down.
875 to $15. ,Call W. T. Grant Co. formica table. 4 plastic padded LAKE GENEVA LOW Your New
374-mx chairs. S25 complete. Phone FR Mobile Excellent $175 DownS I'
2-8194. Homes Sales AS
52 BoarJen Wanted AIR CONDITIONER YORK fa" a, Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fie. Waiting for You at:

distributing unit Incl. 140,000 BTU MOBILE HOME for rent or sale. Phone :
ROOM And board for girls. Private 4SxNrcall after 5 P.M., :374- L33
gas auto heating 40-75.000 BTU
bam use of washing ma 0097. Per Month Including tax title,
cooling air '
compressor cool with 54
N. .
chine. 425 1st Street. Phone
FR e- ot3. ed. Freon 22 still In guarantee. "51 FLEETWOOD 10x43 2 bedroom _new U lift insurance, Ridgway Motors .
$1200 Mr. Smith.time. or $995 cash. FR 4-7731 awning and fence S2500.00 BRING are charges.

54 Business Rentals PIANO $125 Refrlg. $35 gas range 3270.Paradise Trailer Court, FR 2- work.Superior NO GIMMICKS Can be bought at theie

SIS; power mower $25; HI-FI and FOR SALE 21 ft. house trailer free terms! 2-dozeit In stock to choose from.
AIR CONDITIONED atand $25; dinette and 4 chairs completely furnished. Must sell BODY 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 i
,NEARLY new modem office or $10. after Sunday. FR 4-0451. Immediately, UI5 cash. May be FR < Tropical Pontiac
. location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. BICYCLE good condition. seen at Moore's trailer park or VW -
Ph. FR 4-2472, Weseman Realty, leave message for Charles Maglll .
1113 N. Main St. Phone FR 2-2573. 325 N. at FR 4-5035. radio. CO. GMC Truck Center -

,GARAGE space for rent. 413 S.W. W. 7th Terr.DOWLING'3 Only 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES age.seat. Cadillac 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582 Sun Want Ads Get Results
2nd St. Call John Merrill Real UPHOLSTERY SAVE to S1400 703 N. ""II
tor. FR 21494. Chairs, low as $8. No money BANK FINANCING Dealer ..:; I
OFFICE. SPACE for rent. 626 N. down, low as $5 per month. NEW, .10'. wide mobile homes .
Main 3?. Phone 374-1480 If no Free estimates pickup and do Country Trailer Sale -uw----- ---------
answer :3721823. livery service. All work guaran 3840 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 2-220. 2nd St. ------
SMALL Warehouse for rent. Call teed. Phone 374-7784. 16' Troplcraft 23 h.p. elee. start
Dan Byrd 377-2511. KEROSENE H.W. heater 30 gal. motor. and trailer. Excellent for
excellent condition. Save Gulf Si lake fishing." Top. windshield
56 Business Opportunities See It. Make reasonable offer. Call and fold out seats. S500.
376-5190. See after 4 pjn. 4111 NW 34th St. 119 13th St.,
MAKING: MONEY GOOD hearing Is one of your most Trailer and 100' x 150* lot wltn
FROM WATER valuable assets. Don't neglect it. septic tank and welL Will sell SMITTY SAYS:
THE ke business Is a big business. Visit GAINESVILLE'S HEARINGAID together or separate. Phone FR -
Be the one to own the Par- CO. today. 420 N. Main St. _2-1075 after 3 pjn.
T-lct, Ice vending franchise In FR
your area. High gross profits 40095.ART

with full 4343.details nominal call supervision.or write: MI For 7- Call FAMOUS FR 2-0528 Artist BOOKS after course, p.m.set of 4. RAMBLERTRADE.INS AT BARKLEY MOTORSIt's THESE CARS HAVE GOT TO GO!

William A. Massey & Associates -
191 W. Fairbanks' Avenue AIR CONDITIONER. 14.000 BTU
Winter Park, Florida 4 Kelvlnater.mos. $150.New Call S2M.372-1958.used only. ARE CLEANER the IN STOCK OVER 30 DAYS

61 Wanted to Buy INTERNATIONAL Harvester refrigerator BETTER CARS !
$40. GE range $40.
Both In good condition. Call Ev-
WANTEDt priced reasonable water cooler.and must In good be "Inston 591-2551 after 4-30. American 62 RAMBLER Station DIFFERENCEYou Some Priced At Wholesale and Some BELOWIF
solitaire Wagon
working condition. Call 3724441 BEAUTIFUL emerald cut radio
ext. 2& ..5 weekdays. diamond ring. Appraisal value heater, standard trans
$700. will sell for less. Call FR mission. YOU WANT A GOOD CAR AND REALLY
,rVE BUY and sell all kinds of fur- 2-1570 after 4 p.m.
n'ture! stoves refrigerators $1395 Pay THATCOUNTS
REMINGTON noiseless portable
clothes radios TV etc. Call
FR 23037.WANTED typewriter. very good condition .
62 RAMBLERAmbassador
$35. all 312.SS1'fOR -
good used Canoe. Call after 400. wide bucketseats. -
sale" coin operated drink box
.., 5 pm. 374-8832. with fountain holds 4 cases. $100. I Automatic transmission,
Call Floyd's Motors. 442-1871, 442- ) radio heater AIR CONDITIONED NOW'S THE TIME!
.. 64 Household Goods I 1579 anytime.STRAWBERRIES. power steering power i At Barkley Motors our policy Is Competitive Prices.
brakes like
steering power
I is your trade-in is worth more.
REPOSSESSEDCOMPLETE for sale. 25 cts. new
5 quart you pick them. Just off So before you trade. see our quality pre-Owned
Lawtey and State Farm road. ,! $2295 cars and check our high trade allowances. The

ROOMS PORT. Elee. air cem l'lSsor.palnt I [ "difference" will never, be less than right now! j 60 CHEV, 4-dr. Impala automatic, radio, heater, air cond. . . . . .$1445

FURNITURE & APPLIANCES spray gun $15. Port. Elee. cement 62 FORD 64 FORD XL 500. This 60 DODGE, 4-dr., automatic, 6-cylinder, ready to go . . . . . .. $595
7' workbench is
Take Over Payments mixer S20. Nice Calaxle 500 4-dr hardtop. car fully equipped .

'JAILOR being transferred out of boat steering with drawers wheel ..$10.magon.Sm. transmission.Radioheater.. >automatic including factory air conditioning. Very I 60 DODGE, 4-dr automatic.- '6'. PSt R&H. V-8 engine . . . . . . $795

Mm country wants taking someone his family to take overpayments with dash.$20. Elect.$18. Baby ref. $15.bed Other.. mattress Items. $1695 low mileage. Save on this practically new i 60 CHRYSLER, New Yorker. 4dr. PS. PB. Auto. Air cond . . . . .$1425 -:,:

on. his furniture ft 3138 NW WIt St. :374-1943 after $ car. . . . . .. . $3995
appliance slsts.tsofe6-chalrln FURNITURE' high con- P.M. 61 RAMBLER 63 PONTIAC, -2-dr hardtop. Loaded with 59 PLYMOUTH Fury 2-dr hardtop. PS. Auto R & H. V-8 . . . . . $895

Ire end.nylon tables converts with matching to bed. I, MOBILE CONDITIONING HOME CENTRAL SYSTEMS AIR BY American with station automatic wagon.transmission Ep- equipment including factory air conditioning. 69 IMPERIAL, 4-dr hardtop. (2)) PS, PB. R&H V-8's . . . . . $1195 j
ulpped .
cocktail chair 3, 108 lovely so. ft.lamps of carpet.reclining I COLEMAN.Phone Dan FR 44247. finished In sharp white.A Reduced for this safe to only $2995 59 FORD 4-dr. Galaxie. automatic. R&'H, power steering . .. . . . $795
very pretty car. Economy 63 FORD Galaxie 500 2-dr

: 21" CONSOLE TV A-l First HANDYMAN In Appliance SHOP Repairs tool Cruise-O-Matic, hardtop. 58 CADILLAC, 4-dr. automatic R&H PS, PB, Air cond . . __ . .. .; . .$995
.ICDRM. Consists of full size
Boys. chest room ft consists 44 bookcase of set bed.ma- LADIES Piano bench.luggage.$10.3 piece Rattan set living SIS. ing, radio, heater. Whitewall tires. SAVE 58 CADILLAC, 4-dr. automatic R&H PS, PB. sharp . ... . . . . .$995 '

1 pie chest bunk_7 pc.beds.-dinette with .match with .toreo n g. 371-1430 room suite after, 4 4 pieces txm. SI 00. Ph. I 59 FORD . . . .. . '. . $2395 58 CHEVROLET, 2-dr. drives out real good. SAVE. . . :. . . . . $295
mica lop- Family Lisa --- -- 62 CHEVROLET '
-ft"stove else- Included.refrigerator BEAUTIFUL colorful mounted Skyllner Retractable hard convertible, fully factory 58 BUICK 4-dr sedan. PS. PB. R&'H. Auto. Air condo . . . . . . $645
ORIG. PRICE $1176 sallflsh. 4-T. By Al Pfleguer, top. Fully equipped Including equipped including automatic transmission .

: .. BAt DUE $297 MiamI.Box Fla.1490 Only Hawthorne. $145. The Rd.Tackle automatic. heater transmission.radio. power steer-. power steering radio heater. A beautifulcar 57 PLYMOUTH V-8. automatic radio heater. Sharp cars ((2) . ... ... . .$395

WKLY PAYMTS $2.50 .22 caL hl-standard supermatic. Ing. Come buy this at a big . . . . . . $2095 56 CHRYSLER runs real good. See this one. reduced to . . . . . .$295

f No money" down; no. Furniture payment Citation magazine PIstoL like Bull new.barrel.$50. Extra FR' elit"discount."'" It. before we recon | 63 CHEVRpLET,)Impala! 4dr hardtop. Full 57 OLDS, 4-dr wagon. PS, PB, R & H, runs good . . . . . . . $295
fit May. Ask for Sears -J23t after S p m. factory equipment including factory air. A

.< < In-storage NATIONAL at 70 Boars-Marl E4uip. $475 good car at a low price . . $2695 63 VW, l K Kombie-Bus station wagon, 7,800 actual miles u. . . . $1695

.. FURNITURE WAREHOUSE 62 FORD, 4dr. Sedan. Fully equipped !ni 63 SAAB, 2dr. 4-speed transmission radio. heater like new . . . .' . .$1185

Open 3422. .Beach.DAILY Blvd.t-9.sat.. '4. FL_Sun.9-2541 124Jacksonville. U' REGAL LANCER Phone Cabin 2-5689.Cruiser 61 RAMBLERAmerican i eluding air conditioning. Automatic, radio. 63 FITA. 1100 4-dr sedan. Like new only 13.000 miles ._. ; . . . .$1095
and trailer.
\ Fla._ 4-dr Sedan. heater. See and SAVE . . $1995
T.A.G APPLIANCES BOAT fishing TRAILER boat. 428 Ideal N. W.for 9th small Avo $895 62 CHEVROLET 2-dr Impala. 2-to choose 63 RAMBLER, American 4-dr. automatic radio & heater. 9980 mi . . . $1345

a Refrigerators Tested and Guaranteed from S3* vp flUe. 60 FALCON Q from. Super Sports. fully equipped including 63 BUICK I Special 4dr. station wagon, sharp and ready to go . . . . $1945

I 17* Ranges Washers from from $$:: up upI ir HP CORRECT Grey Marine Craft engine Inboard., boat 135 I 2-dr: Sedan. Clean and ready to factory air. Come early and take your I 62 VALIANT, V-200. 4dr. heater. 16.000 actual miles. sharp. . ; . . .$1495

Dryers from S49 up and trailer. 11,000 cash. Phone got SAVE. choice . . . $2495
. 2 Food-Freeters from $99 up FR 24245. 4-dr I 62 VW Sunroof a real clean little car . '. . . . . . . $1495
2 Dishwashers from $4* up ALUMINUM boat. 16 HP $795 62 CHEVROLET, Impala sedan 4-to

JIM It TV VOYLES Sets APPLIANCE from $35 co.up motor. Trailer-good condition. 6OCHEV9passenger choose from. Equipped with automatic 62 PONTIAC, Tempest. 4dr. wagon _radio heater clean as a pin. .: . . .$1395
$245. Phone FR 2-5345.
419 NW 8fl Ave.Ph. 372-5303 BOSTON WHALER station wagon automatic transmission power steering radio. heater. 62 CHEVROLET, Vz Ton pickup truck save a lots here . . . . . $1495 .

) FRIGIDAIRE n. Excel cond.refrigerator working. 11 orter.cu. DOUBLE hull fiberglass umlnk- ter. This transmission Is a very radio clean carl hea PLUS Factory Air Conditioning $2295 61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr wagon. ((2) PS. R & H. AT. V-8. Air cond. . . . $1300
$4*. Must selL Ill NW 15th Ter.FR able 16' boat with 75 HP Evln- 63 FORD, Galaxie 500. Equipped with '

4-8924. 'rude New, condition.top and Ace.Cost 1$3200.year Bar.old. $1395 power steering radio heater. A real specialat 61 OLDS. 4-dr 88'. PS. PB. R&H. AT.'This price will shock you. . .-. . .$1395 ,.

65 Antiques gain Phone at FR$2200.2-9443 Can after be S financed.P-m. 59 FORD I . . . . . . $2095 61 VALIANT, V-200. Automatic radio. heater nice car . .. . . . .$895

12 FT. v-tettom plywood boat. -passenger station wagon e". 61 CHRYSLER. Newport 2-dr hardtop.
I COLLECTION of Chinese Art Carvings Bottom flberglassed. Trailer. ulpped with automatic transmission including air conditioning.
antique oval dropleaf table 25 H. .P. Motor. end Ski Equipment radio heater power Fully equipped
four chairs and buffet embossed $250.00 V4-590S after ':01 I steering. Plus Factory air eondittoing. I' Reduced to only .1 u . $1785

of furniture design.and Many Irlc other+brac.Items SoT .M.o. or anytime weekends. comfort.. Enjoy) the summer In 60 T-BIRD, Loaded with accessories including 62 STUDEBAKER ........ .... $675 63 DODGE '. .... a. ..... $2745
CABIN cruiser with trailer. !
__ef SHOP Starke66Misc.Hway 100 I mi. South I 40 HP Mercury. Sleeps 3. Many $995 factory air. Clean., inside and out. Automatic heater, 4-dr real nice condition. '44oPower steering, brakes radio heater, ar!
Phone FR 2-3157.
extras. See and drive it today . . .$2195 conditioned. Like new inside end out. SAVE'.
.for Sa... 72 Office Equipment 59 FORD 58 LINCOLN, fully equipped including factory -

Gataxle RIO Ur'rdtoD.
radio. heater new tires.A air conditioning. A real luxury car. ,
I NOW you can enoy| cooking wtthgas. GAINESVILLE'S largest volume office
Gas range. used. Installed supply dealer ChesnuTs SELL cream puff. PRICED TO | Many, many carefree miles . $995
FREE with our Lf gas. $45 Office Equipment Co. Invites you
complete. Propane LP Gas. to come In and shop or call for $995 Test the Sunbeam "Imp" Phone SPECIAL 1-YEAR GW .
SW Archer Road. Phone FR .
jilL free delivery.Co. Chesnufs 1C4 W. Office UnN. Car 61 S RIT.E ........ .... .... ...... $945
Equipment i 15 Unique Sports features 6-3400 WARRANTY
ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. I ConvertIble. Nte. nJe,!
Double stack complete. Nothing No Down Payment i Racing style engine tI
else to buy. $15. Brants. TAX TIME. Adding machines of I
40 Miles gallon gasoline
Park .>
SU N.W. Ills Avenue. calculators. New and used. per
er's Complete Office Outfitters. 57 FORD. wagon $395 .i 5.000 mile service interval
USED Chain Saws $50 up. New The only authorized Olivetti
4 hp saws $89.95. We repair Underwood Agent In Gainesville.Ph. 57 PLYMOUTH $395
alt chain saws ft town -. 371-M55. .01 W. U *. Ave. 57 CHEVY wajo $59
Chain saw rentals. McCutloch. 59 RAMBLER $595! Powers Motor Co.
was. Hawes
Wisconsin and Brtogs stratton 73 Musical Merchandise M495P.O.E. -
deal.?. Florida: Saw Co. FR $495

4-3411. 54 CHEVROLET $150

On HARPER Wallpaper.PAINT 9c CO.a Rol $595 USED now small$295.Grand It extra piano nice was rebuilt Many more to choose from. SEE: J. L. Smith, Frank Gray, Wilbur SJigh Mat McCullough.

U 8.W. Mh St. 377044 upright pianos 1 used elee.
SINGER FEATHERWEIGHT player piano. 15 free rolls gIve Plymouth-Valianr-Chrysler-lmpcrial-Simca Sales and Service
en with this fine piano only Stfs
portable ,
case. sold new $149. New piano. save $100 on a plane BarkleY Motors"In
Balance only $75. Terms ar-
:;rcs11S W. Univ. Ave. :374- slIghtly on the damaged floor. In 2 transit new pianos substantial CO. "We will not be undersold or out-traded"

savings. Stereo c e nsoics .
KEEP your carpets beavtltut despite prices greatly reduced onSytvanla. the Auto Game e a Berkley's the Name- 6-3400
constant footsteps of a busy .- Motorola Pilot and 1132 S. Main St. 2201 N. Main FR 2-4373 312 N. Main St. FR
family. Get Blue Lustre. Rent Curtis Mathls. Your credit Is FR 2-8433
electric shampooer si. McDaniell good with us. GAINESVILLE
Fumlturt eo., Gainesvijjs $ho MUSIC CENTER. 1021 W. Univ. -
: fJnt Clntlt.r Ave. 372-44:1.





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.:.& Sun City Editor NATIONALLY FAMOUS
-. He who controls the sea-on
the surface, below, and the air
above it ctntrols the destiny 1
of the world, a U. S. Navy admiral J : NOW AT McDUFF'SFANTASTIC
told members of the ,Exchange -
Club here yesterday.
:Rear Admiral 'Louis J. Kirn LOW
commander of the Key West ,
Naval Force, said the Uzi it e d i .
States possesses that power today
by virtue ,of,J having a navy 1
econd to none in the world.

*>But the admiral warned that'a ___ _
persistent danger to the security
of the United States is that
Its Navy is 'sometimes taken 1

.for" granted. 'Gibson BIG 1.3REFRIGERATOR K: Gl

.. "The Navy may sometimes betaken .
for granted because its Intricate BIG
operations are based onmore :
subtle.concepts than some
of the other'services,'}.the, two- .
star flag officer said." : WITH SEPARATE ZERO' FREEZERMcDUFPS ZERO
L I It
"The'Navy fa a very complex FREEZER r
operation. It is not onebigstrategic : UNBELIEVABLE
apparatus but) the sum of

*many" apparatus." LOW LOW PRICE. 111111 _
He said If anyone, doubted the : I

need for a ,big,. modern _navy
during peacetime .they should 58PE&TORE ; 4 Si 1u
look back over.events, in the last!
few .

: "Look years.at the re ord'.In every $ I I im i HANDCRAFTED

crWwe've faced
jforea peacetime: Lebanon hi the eastern- N REFRIGERATOR BIG
Mediterranean,Cuba and'South -INCH
Asia the there ;
east Navy was
,when it was needed, supplying I F I 11111

,essential materials, transporting
combat troops, performing convoy NOW'
duty and other air and surface .;' 1
"; support missions. -""' ,..... ::=:=i --- ::-=
The decorated naval aviator SS Price Is

'%the ho South saw Pacific extensive during action WW TI in, CHECK THESE DELUXE FEATURES !J ya With MODEL Trod 6411* I t

said a strong Navy today

means showing a the lot flag.more" than Just More space in the freezer; automatic defrosting in the refrigerator. Both sections

Exploding populations Inc have their own door, cooling-system and temperatures for .flavor -, saving fresh and HANDWIRED CHASSIS 21,000 Y.PICTURE
0 u n t r i es all over the world
increasing activity in frozen food storage. Full width. porcelain crisper. Multi-Magnet door'seal. Adjustable POWER
means commerce over the oceans, he shelf. Egg racks. 5- ear guarantee oiunit., CHOOSE I I YOUROWN I 1 Power Transformer f ** NOISE-FREE, SOUND
said, with an estimated one trillion '
tons of cargo a year carried TERMS 9 EASY TOP-FRONT TUNING BREAKER

In .
that we will always be able to
move freely over the oceans, he :,
caid. z
With a two-fold mission of""
continual t preparedness for war THE MOST SENSATIONAL PORTABLE
and remaining a deterrent force TRANSISTORPOCKET I
against that eventuality, Kim
said, the Navy must maintaina SIZE PORTABLE RADIO
wide choice of weapons for TELEVISION BUY IN TOWN I

many alternatives. ,
As evidence of this flexibility, Buy now and get our special _-
he cited the Navy's carrier offer! 4 piece deluxe gift- y I
forces, Polaris submarines, missiles box! NEW PHILCO COURIER F F .
anit-submarine warfare '
Luxury if t-bo x Buy Now J
forces and Marine Corps amphibious g and
assault troops. '
Custom carrying .
"No other nation possessesthis ca.o. SAVE PORTABLE AT A NEW LOW, LOW PRICE a I
naval might," he said. Complete' > with batteries, R-40 d '
He cautioned that these forces Cool chose! for longer yr i .
must be maintained constantlyto TV Ufa. Convenient car
meet the challenges of the nrina fcano'lo. Built in
,future. telescoping antenna.. I
.: "For example, if we are to Bonded safety glare filter. .
maintain our status as a strongsea r h ON THIS DELUXE_ Lightweight.. toko
need to add more 2600 I
power we
it anywhere. New YlridVitioit -

.Independence type carriers to and our forces.Enterprise" biLL11J picture, whitest 1
2 SPEED white and blackest FREE
He said the buildup at Key I 11.cks. I
West Naval Base-since 1962 was I
not intended to be a threat to

._.Castro.There's. nothing formidable rani I I I WASHER

.about a pier and hangers, but
Key West has shown that-it has ?: rQa
-a strong support capability if I BUY NOW AND SAVEON
.we need it in Cuban operations." :a LOADED WITH FEATURES!
*.Before taking over as commander I

has Kim Division served was at Five commander Key in in numerous'the West Pacific of, Admiral Carrier naval' ,.He ,::. .. ::: :::::::::: Remover Built.in Fully, Automatic Sediment THIS MASTER OVEN

sIr commands ashore andafloat :::=: :: : Porcelain Protected -Htrfaioinir 1

:: : Extra Large Wash Tub, ____
-: He was introduced at the
Primrose Inn luncheon meetingby : Lint Filter Agitator "

Dashwood Hicks.Destroyer ''I : utomatic Water Fill Brushed DhtomeOooklopf! 3 .

x Super Spindry _
: Fire, 2SERVICE 0 Popular Top Loading OUR REC. LIST PRICE $299.95 .

JfEW ORLEANS, La.,AP),- .' Full 5-Year Guarantee GUARANTEED $ 95
Fire touched off byr-a'short cir i pOUCT Our Regular List Price 229.95 TRADE ALLOW. .
suit in electrical wires, brokeout .
early today in a storeroom off; ., RTS A GUARANTEED $fiA5' ,ftp ..
aboard the U.s. Navy's destroy.. .. 1NC jDIN .A 8LE TRADE ALLOW OU '
tender Yosemite
cr # s V V
-:It was brought under control ; LAB OR L RG ; 1

Within an hour. A Navy spokesman NOW ONLY Wfi
said there' was' minor
crater damage to electrical material -
In the storeroom. No personnel '
were injured.
Japanese cavemen used primitive YOUR
Akita dogs for hunting in

** 4";; Hut eelmt Hotpoint hoi a Ciant Master Oven,
232.290 : taper-fast Colrod Unto Porcelain Protection. FnO MODEL
1-,..,svaraRteaFret McDuff Serrka Policy! RS32S

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