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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 15, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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{ : TheyStand ? TALLAHASSEE (AP-Public tional revenue will come from. for financing public school edu- lion of an of our citizens in bility. This is the one element -' ;

; schools in Florida have not,hada Most of the candidates called cation: financing our educational pro related to taxation where I will
major increase in revenue in for economy in government to DEMOCRATS: gram. Education is a prime say without reservation that it'
j many years although the school- save money which would be Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack- responsibility of government. It is not a question so much of
I aged population doubled in a diverted to public schools before sonville: "The critical problemis is possible that redistribution of where the money will be coming
decade. tackling the problem of at the county level where the tax money to education can be from but that it must be _
Educators and politicians real- levying new taxes. county school boards are limitedto accomplished with a strict and forthcoming. Before contemplat ,
I (Editor's Note: The six Democratic and three Republican ize the need for providing more ad valorem (property) taxesto severe elimination of service allocations ing any increases in taxes, I
candidates for governor of Florida responded funds not only for more school Others said the additional rev- meet their contribution. A realignment no longer necessary. will first turn my attention to -,
f to an Associated Press 'request'for their positions but also to for enue should come from the peo- should be
: buildings pay operating of revenue sources Generally this attempted strict, practical economy in government
on several major issues facing the next'administra the schools, and provid- ple directly concerned with the appears to be essential. Probably before increased taxa- operation." ,::....:
I tion. Each issue and the candidates' views will.,be dis- ing textbooks, teachers, trans, schools. the sales tax should be har- tion is considered."
cussed in separate dispatches. Today's installment portation and other facilities.So Here are the suggestions of nessed to education since the Former Sen. Fred 0. (Bud) Mayor Robert King High of
discuss public school education.) far. no firm answer has the candidates as to where addi sales tax is a broad form of tax- Dickinson of West Palm Beach: Miami: Favored a severance ::.

t been found as to where the addi- tional money can be obtained ation and would allow participa- "...Our greatest single responsi- (See PLATFORM on Page 3)) .= :

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CHICAGO (AP) Sen. -- -h .-.. ;0 ., .
Barry j i 1 ;, ': & :
Goldwater's victory in the Illinois Challenges : -:
t presidential preference pri- City Divided _

mary shared interest today .. ,
with a surprising show of ayx LeMay'sEstimates : : : -
strength by Sen. Margaret ; :: !; I

Chase Smith. 3 _
Charles H. Percy, who k : ::'

stepped into a president's post -'.MF
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Ir in industry at 29, captured the WASHINGTON (AP) t .-..- .' :
Republican nomination for gov- retary of Defense Robert '. "'.
ernor at the of 44. ,F V 4d a"nKy McNamara permitted use of -
age > -
.'- __ .
F ,... Returns from Tuesday's primary w1a-- telligence, estimates to '0 Y
lenge Gen. Curtis E.
LeMay
gave these percentages of
to cause he wanted to kill at
' the preference vote: Goldwater
"J 63, Mrs. Smith 26, Henry Cabot any myth about declining
r Lodge 6 and Richard M Nixon military superiority.This + : f x I
3, with the remainder split up was learned from ,-. g a xw .' '
among several others. fense officials today as the ,
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Sen. Smith, of Maine, came widened between the
into the Illinois test after Gold. willed, defense secretary
water had entered. She wanted the equally strong-minded |
she said to give the voters a, "Force.eliief ol staff.' 1
I choice. """ Late Tuesday( the s$11
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Both traveled to Illinois twice Issued a statement : ,
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durjng; the campaign. The Arizona Its all seriousness at the University of 'Florida. 'this "the increasing military :: ; y[{ h ,8 9 f
senator to : ority of the United States. : i
spoke Friday week as students struggled through a week' of final
l 10,000t a rally in the Inter- examinations capping off the winter trimester. The came after publication of ____ 4

national Amphitheatre.The brain picking sessions started April 9 and by 5 p.m. Fri May's February
lady from Maine was in day the exam results will be in the hands of the regis testimony contending the
the state at the same time. As trar. Probing for the answer above is Russell Rice sians are narrowing the gap.One
on her previous weekend visit, an industrial'engineering student. (Sun Photo by Eddie high official familiar
she quickly made the rounds at Davis) McNamara's thinking said
colleges and small gatherings.Her defense secretary feels it
of vote "dangerous to raise any
display pulling
power was unexpected, too, about our strength." S 4
when viewed in the light of her Four Indicted ,-\ "#ie thinks it would be ,'
'
to' sit by and allow creation
finish fifth hthe
March as 10 primary a poor in her neigh c" a myth-and it is a myth in night, but it was in the interest of making it even
boring state of New Hampshire.Only By Grand Jury judgment-that there is were parceled out of the map by chairmen of the
the names of Sen. Gold. lessening of our strength," Plant Up Week in their first meeting last night at
official said. Discussing the assignment of block captains to
(See ILLINOIS on Page 2)) A grand jury will begin probing Circuit ourt_ on the capital The Defense Singleton, chairman of Neighborhood Improve- =

alleged irregularities in the charges 'face possible death statement did not name of the City Beautification Board. The annual -
City Heads county's voting .books and records : sentences if they're convicted. Authorities would not May 2. (Sun Photo by Eddie Davis)

at 9:30: a.m. tomorrow., State Attorney T. E.', (Ted) edge it was:aimed at the,
It was in recess' today after troversial Air Force chief
Duncan said this that
Off toN.Y.Tomorrow acting Monday 'and Tuesday he hasn't decided morning when to ar- staff, who feels McNamara Dismissal
morning on seven charges of placing too much reliance -
raign the four persons that were ::
capital crimes put before it. missiles and waving the -
bound over. Circuit Court is in'
Two of the charges were dismissed bomber to the sidelines
by the jury. Five' were recess until, 9:30 ajn. Monday. early. Court ::

City officials prepared today ordered: ; tried in Circuit Court. .He: may wait until Monday to Officials noted that there 3)t by

for their three-day trip to New Those freed by the jury were arraign those charged'arid set been a spate 'of criticisms,3)A r
York tomorrow to talk with pro- James Ellis, 33, Fairbanks, and trial'dates for them. cluding a new defense about alleged faulty Fagan argued yesterday that

spective bidders for the $6 mil- John Henry Brown, 60. Or they could be arraigned ina paper spelling-out the views registrations and election nowhere in the suit does Dr.
lion capital improvementbonds. Ellis was charged with stab special session sooner. He said one of McNamara's was amended by Andrews claim he would have --
bing Samuel B. Brown to death he'll have to confer with Circuit foes. Sen. Barry Goldwater judge to be field as a bill of been elected by charging Wkw
Bids will be opened April 22. Dec. 14. John Henry Brown was Judge George Patten who's presiding Arizona. after the grand jury with winning by fraudulent
Members of the city commission charged with the stabbing deathof over this term of court. But Goldwater's paper report is issued. votes.
Finance Officer Clar- Johnny B. Woods. mostly on the issue of (The grand jury will begin Fagan said there is no caseIn
ence O'Neill, City Attorney Osee Those indicted: I reliability-which plunged investigations by Florida where the kind of relief
into collision with -
Fagan, Utilities Director John -George Jones Jr., 909 NW Attorney T. E. (Ted) Dun- asked by Andrews has been -
Kelly, City Manager Bill Green, 6th St., charged with the rape WHERETO early the in Goldwater's quest of alleged election irregu- granted. -
and Jacksonville represen- of an 8-year-old girl Jan. 30.Randoll Republican Thursday).
.:
Patten assured the attorneys
nomination. The senator is Judge -
financial Pitts, 48, 714 SE '
tatives for consulting In yesterday's hearing of the
firms and bonding attorney 8th St., charged ,with the first FIND, IT Air Force Reserve major : Judge Patten agreed to in- he was aware of the :
eraL need to resolve the questions as
of Marie .
knife-killing
firms will leave tomorrow.Dr. degree the records from all city -
Harry Philpott, University Vanes Pitts on April 8. Comics . .:... ,28 Instead, the Pentagon in the recent election, expeditiously as possible and
-Willie James Coffee, 49, a was aimed clearly at "I will try to give you my decisions -
of Florida vice president, will 0 Classified . :29-31 just those cited for reported "
raised
represent the university at the High Springs man accused of Entertainment 27 magnitude questions of our"regarding in Andrews' suit. as rapidly as possible.
luncheon sponsored by the first degree murder of Otis Andrews' lawyer. Bill Graham -
Friday . asked that
Opinion Page 6 and whether it is continuing city attorney
the city in New York to dis- Johnson on Oct. 8 of ;last year. said the physician who \
cuss the bonds with prospective -And Charlie Mac Brown a Sports . 17.19 grow. LeMay's published rolls and records was seeking his second term on 1
buyers. 21-year-old man' who allegedly Women .. ., 9 mony raised those all the city precincts in the commission was only inter- ,
Officials would neither be
March 17 election con-
Oct. 2U
The will return Satur killed two persons on
group )
the court. (See ELECTION on Page 3))
day. All of those bound over to (See DEFENSE on, Page by ,



Incumbents Stand on Records While County Commission Argues i


Buying Road Righl-of-Ways ;

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Foes List Goals at Political Rally By HAROLD RUMMEL said .,:

Son Staff WriterA At issue was whether to 8fH1"r',
demn four parcels of land on -
By JEAN CARVER me in a job, the only job he can tinue developing the offer that pUsh if the voters would dispute over buying road the planned six-mile extension '
Sun Staff Writer get." was established by the last-, leg their incumbeat opponents invaded the us-of of NW 23rd Boulevard. :;:"
islature. they have done around the tranquil atmostphere Another parcel would be con
ORANGE HEIGHTS Little He said he hoped Green con- Commission meetings
ty in the five preceding demned on. the ptaaaed SWr
to the ISO His father, veteran yesterday.It .
refer cases
new wasadded, to the issues list tinues to cosgress- There are 10 mere county 30th..A venue. '
handled for indigents in man,Lox. Green spoke brief I with that
y ended
being expounded throughout the he lies before the May 5 a vote over- The owners refuse to donate ::.
named to the to the crowd of lea than 160 Com-
county by the 20 or so candi- court since being vocal objections by their land.
There raBies
are
dates competing for office May new state office less than a year huddled under a feral borne Edgar Johnson.
When the of whether
for Alachu on Friday and question
5 at last night's political rally ago. canopy or under the trees of,the Saturday at High Springs.In Johnson stood staunchly to buy the holdout land was ,.
here. 'This shows the number of old school groi dL buying rights-of-way to asked I
the state by County Ecg e Obviously referring to former poor unfortunates' 'who have Moments after the first speaker race, incumbent Ralph two roads that will run Miller, Johnson voted a sharp
Congressman Lex Green's re- been saddled with his youth in the pen of opposed can- lington cited some of his overpasses of Interstate "no," explaining his opposition
cent appearances with his son, and inexperience," the Gainesville didates, County Judge H. H.. while in the Legislature west of Gainesville.It to a policy break.Commissioners -
public defender R A. (Buzzy) vocational education business McDonald began .taWI Bg the Richard Wilson continued to would break with a long- Sidney Mar- -
Green, candidate R. G. (Chief) law teacher and attorney rain began and, continued* kite Turlington's role in policy against buying tin, Jack Durrance and Claude t
Justiss slipped in: said. through most of the rally.: : s. fee Legislature to approve for anything but a Brandon voted yes. G. M. Davis
"I hope I never get to the Green cited his experienceand Most of the speaker cea- nexation in Gainesville road, Johnson argued. wasn't at the meeting be- ,
point where my daddy has to go knowledge of the job and tinued to cite thek reeiitk'orwhat I can't conscientiously change
"
to six counties and ask to keep asked to be reelected coot they would like aeeeaa- (See RALLY on Page established policy he (See ROADS on Page 2)

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mara had' initiated the state- or knowledge of the sec : : '-' : .
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I I I gt Cape ZONES I'-. name of the Defense Depart- And this approval and knowl ',: ij }' \i, V.

BCD: Partly cloudy
:: t ment. edge would have applied to its .
through Thursday. Low tonight ..r, But they said it would not
CAPE KENNEDY (AP-Two 55 to 60. High Thursday s 1 contents-more specific intelli- }
F ,.
"i\ information about rela-
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investigations began today to gence u
near 80. Variable winds 5 .
determine what caused rocket tive U.S.-Soviet strengths than d
a to 15 miles an hour.E More About : : ,
motor to ignite suddenly and paM I is normally allowed out by the

'spray flaming fuel through a f H I: Partly cloudy Thursday. ( s t Pentagon. HGoodbet *
Low tonight 45 to 70. High Thursday
,I building, burning 11 men, threecritically. In 80s.hour.G .Variable winds S to 15 miles .' t tan Rally Asked why this data was be-

t ing released now, a spokesmansaid
J K: Partly cloudy through % t .
i A National Aeronautics and Thursday with few widely scattered 1. "These decisions are madein .
J showers. Low tonight 6* to'75. High from time to
Space: Administration fact.fmd- Thursday 80 to U. Mostly east winds From Page 1 government for ': ..
ing committee probed the rea- t to 15 miles an hour. time."

SQTT.: for the ignition. The AirForce er voters in the area to be annexed To support its declaration that .. .... ...

which manages, the At- voted against the mer- our superiority "has been in- .'
lantic Missile Range, named a ALMANAC GAINESVILLE WEATHER :
creasing and we intend that i it November "

team to assess the general safe- Sunset today i.U p.m.Municipa1 Airport readings ger.T u r 1 i n gton noted that the shall continue to increase," the "l" ,. ..
tyTsituation.freak. SunrtM tomorrow 6:02 a.m. for 24 hours to 8 ajn. today: ,, ., .
of the State disclosed that .4
Moonset tonight :44 p.m. complexities Legislature Pentagon : -
1 First Quarter m... April 18 High 86 at 2-3 p.m., low 56 at 't
the accident first of its PROMINENT STARSAldebaran rain.Regulus make it difficult to re- "., 4t .
below I the Moon. 6 a.m. Trace of The United States has 540 .
kind at Cape Kennedy, left three .... view the office within the five- -
high In south I:" p.m. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE strategic bombers constantly on : k
in critical condition. VISIBLE PLANETS minute time limit and suggested ::1:
men Theyare H L Prep. .
\ alert .
Venus north of the Mo n. and that the Soviets "could
Sidney Dagle, 29, with burns Saturn rises .............. 3.5 am. Jacksonville 84 59 :.25 that the limit might be removed -
Miami 7? 74 place over this country, on two- .
over 100 per cent of his body; Tampa 89 68 extended for legislative -' missions ,
43 53 way no more than
L:::D. Gabel 51 burns 83 CEDAR KEY TIDES Atlanta candidates.County .
over New Orleans 70 57 .98 270 bombers, including 150
p t cent of his body, and John Thursday High at 4:42 am. andJ.34 Boston 60 50 1.52 Commission candi-'
p-m. Low at ':0 a.m and 11:02 New York 59 52 .92 mediums that could hit only .
Ea$sett, 30, of Merritt Island, pm. WashingtonChicago 68 59 .21 date Leiman Batten of Orange
Alaska .
and the U.S. Northwest.The
64 37 tk imt
coordinator for thespace Iii Ntnt: ( i'
spacecraft MARINE FORECAST Kansas City 64 46 Heights challenged the state rep-

agency. EAST GULF: Variable winds 5 to Ft.nv Worth 77 68 46 38 = resentative candidates to take a Air Force has about 750
15 knots and partly cloudy through Los Angeles 95 66 stand on the Green Belt agri- intercontinental ballistic mis-
:'Dagle and Gabel are employ- Thursday. Seattle 52 43 .02
siles to launch while the
assessment law ready
cultural land :
edby Ball Bros. Research Corp. ..
Boulder, Colo., and live in Long. Five-Day Forecast before the election. Soviets have less than one-
fourth that number in
the operation. ELECTION
He called for 'abolishing
mnt, Colo. Ball built the orbiting
Solar Observatory (OSO), Temperatures will average in the extreme north to the 70s law to "give the tax assessor That would be fewer than 187.

which was attached to the run- two to five degrees above nor in the extreme south. Minor day the proper tools. -"We have 192 Polaris mis-

t away. rocket. mal during the five day period to day temperature changes are His opponent, Sid Martin, cited -siles deployed; the Soviets have
forecast. The prediction calls; his past record In asking fora substantially fewer submarine-

dive other engineers and technicians ending_ Monday. The normal for widely scattered showers occurring third term and noted that road launched ballistic missiles in HANDBOOK :

II remained hospitalized high ranges from 79 to 84. The most anytime during. progress in the county includes operation."

With less serious burns. Three normal low ranges from the 50s the period. the State Road Department's

1 wee treated and released. All plans to improve State Road 26 U.S. Polaris submarines are ,

are employed by Douglas Aircraft More from Melrose to Orange all nuclear-powered; only a I

Co., prime contractor for this fall. small percentage of Soviet missile
,
heights
tEa Delta rocket which to AboutRoads ;
was Commissioner Edgar subs are atomic-run. Polaris 1964 "
County
I, hIVe hurled OSO into orbit next Johnson, also seeking reelection missiles can be fired from :

Tuesday to study Earth-Sun re- I said that in contrast to under water; the Soviet missiles ,
lations. The motor which ignited can't. Each U.S. Polaris rocket
to have been the third From Page 1 the recent Gainesville election,
was stage has at least a 1,500-mile range;
of,the booster. the county does not pit one the Soviet missiles less than 500. Candidates By a political team of
cause of illness. I should wait until it finds out group against another in its elec- Issues The New York Times:

The first two stages of the In view of Johnson's "no" i whether it can build the road in tions. As for relative bomber

Delta already were erected on vote, Martin said he wanted to 'existing right-of-way before fil- "There is no political arena in strength since 1961, the Pentagon Party strategyStatebystate James Reston

launching pad. explain his "yes." ing suit the county," Johnson explained. statement suggested this political u..u. \ Tom Wicker

I' Only two candidates for opposed -favors the United Statesthatthe National election maps Alvin Shuster
3"he third stage ignited just told how A
; He Interstate 75 This time he won. postpone
offices did not at U.S. bomber force on com Convention tables John D. Morris
appear ,
scoring
after it had been joined with theO
1 d the Com
F as originally planned -w o u ment was okayed by bat alert has increased from
j 0 in a building called a spintest have been a wall blocking the mission. the rally. Warren Weaver Jr.
Las- less than 500 then while the Soviet
candidate
Board
facility. Engineers were growth of Gainesville to the Disagreement among the School Joseph Loftus ..
has
bomber force
preparing to spin the combination west. He told how the Commis- Commissioners wasn't the only siter Mason did not speak and stayed Claude Sitton
about the
in a stabilization check before sion fought to get more over- controversy that erupted at yes- County Commission candidate same. Dale Jr.
moving it to the launch pad.As passes and Interchanges. .terday's; meeting. Col. T. E. James Wershow sent a substi- Both sides had only about "a Edwin L ,

Price, who owns a farm on the tute speaker because of serious handful of intercontinental ballistic Max Frankel
> a plastic shroud was being "Everybody in the county was his missiles submarine-
Williston Road west of Gainesville illness in family.More or Cabell Phillips
placed around the spacecraft, behind he said but the ,
us, launched missiles deployed"back ,
asked for relief from the"nuisance" Robert H. Phelps
tEe five-foot-tall rocket
ignitedipexpllcably Bureau of Federal Roads wasn'treceptive.
of that'soperating in January 1961, the Pen- "
a speedway
and lifted off the So three Commissioners About tagon said. Irvin Horowib:

table on which it rested.The 440jfcund journeyed to Washing said nearby.He it disturbs. his cattle ,-\ '.The implication here was that : _, : .' John Cony

OSO was hurled aside and 1 both sides started at about the 's ,, .- :
and horses and that race fans Illinois { .

the sEbwered solid all fuel corners rocket of exhaust the 30 ton.With the help of Florida damage his fences and leave same place three years_ago and ; ..' Edited by Harold Fubar _
: that the United States has vault- "
by" 100 foot building where the senators and congressmen, his gates open.
i J bnjured men worked. they succeeded In getting two He said other residents also ed ahead, not slowed down.

t overpasses and a partial ex- are opposed to the speedway.The From Page 1 LeMay testified before a ,., : -: "

the spacecraft and interior of change.In noise of the cars and a loud House Appropriations subcommittee 'c McGraw-Hill! Paperbacks $.95 ,: J

a the building were damaged ex- speaker travels three to five water and Sen. Smith were in late February. That ,. _

l tfnsively. A large 25 by 15 foot return, the Commissioners miles, he said. printed on the Republican bal was before a decision was madeto

metal door at one end of the promised to have roads at least County Attorney Wayne Carlisle lots. Others'scored by the write- extend his tenure as Air -)

building crumbled like a collap- under construction through. the said the Commission had in method on both party ballots, Force chief of staff seven "

sed Venetian blind. The space overpasses by July 1 of this no power to act on such a com- although the Lodge and Nixon months beyond the July 1 expiration ff

agency said there was no explosion year, when the Interstate is plaint. He said if there were boosters did not specificallyseek date of his present

and that the door apparent- scheduled to open.If health or law violations, the write-ins. term. .

It:.collapsed under pressure of they aren't started,it would i sheriff or health department Percy, now board chairman of McNamara's associates insist For :

expanding gases produced by hurt all future dealings with the could act, but the Commission the Bell & Howell Co., made a relations between the two men ( now too) ., .

the hot-burning rocket: State Road Department' and had no authority act on an successful start in his first try are cordial. But there is' a.

the federal road officials, Mar alleged nusiance. for public office by defeating strong belief the decision to extend

tin said. Acting Chairman of the Commission State Treasurer William J. LeMay until Feb. 1 was
More About Durrance suggested' Scott, 37. chiefly that of President John

He added'that the county there's might a haveto possibility -that Price and others try to I The winner also took a first All-new,. 192-page paperback manual. Compiled and written .

Election talk with the speedway opera- step toward control of the GOP
,pay for the overpasses if itdoesn't by New York Times reporters and commentators based fn --
tors and find a solution to their in Illinois. The triumph, in addition ,
keep its end of the deal SOD.Backache
That could cost $800,000 to $1 problems that way. gave him a position of Washington and other Times news bureaus. Designed help
From 1 ,.,
Page Otherwise, a civil court suits influence among delegates to
million, 'Marin said..r:: aDDarently the only recourse the party's national conventionin you keep up with events in major election contests throughout ;:
ested in rectifying "conditions"that Commissioners Brandon and I ..
they have. July.
occurred in the election. Durrance also. .joined Martin's The Commission also yesterday Returns from 7,672 of the relief pills I bring the 50 states. ..

'There has been a lot of philoSophy defense.. : state's 10,256 precincts gave I .H
"l his pocket-size handbook contains state-by-state political
"This is the.only way we can
discussed on disfranchising Approved rezoning a tractof Goldwater 314,544, Mrs. Smith mild diuretic

voters," Graham said. do what we promised to do, land around the Williston 129,669, Lodge 26,545, Nixon 14- tables. ..national election maps. handy convention scoring ,....J ,

"It is better to disfranchise one Brandon said. Road interchange of Interstate 373, Gov. Nelson A. Rockefellerof action events In the ..
Beaten on that issue, John charts. ., everything you need to follow political
ballot box of voters than an 75 to business. Commission New York 1,208, Gov. George ..

entire election. All city precincts son proposed moved a that motion.He before. Johnson voted no because he Romney of Michigan 275, Gov. through the months.ahead. :"

should not be disfranchised (be- any didn't think the non busi- William W. Scranton of Penn-

cause of irregularities claimedin a secondary priority list road in can the be future put, the on I ness buffer strips 'were big ''sylvania 992, and Harold E. kidneys :B: ; Here's an informed and convenient guide to the issues you'll ,.-

others)." enough to protect residential Stassen 44. .., :
rights-of-way must all ready be <>". ..< y- .-. be hearing so much about in this election year: civil rights-. .
in the writeins33,521of
He said there is no practical in hand. His motionwasn't property area. Lodge won on ,'" '
and
way to determine who}: voted for donated seconded. Approved pursuing plansto them-in New Hampshire, /'p.: .r ; tax cuts. missiles and the space program. .war and peace

whom in the election because of grade the City Limits Roadin where Mrs. Smith counted 2,812on ;-i-' ....;
the use of voting machines. Even when that failed, John High Springs if the neces- the ballot. <- 7 'f.' .. unemployment. foreign aid-all the points to be debated
his oppositionto "'
son kept up right-of-way can be obtained Returns from 8,126 precinctsfor .y.<,- ,. 1
Fagan responded that election buying rights-of-way. sary in the heat of the upcoming campaign. -
Unwise
eating
law providing for a court test Another proposal was madeto from property owners. the nomination for governor tanking may or be a

_ of an election's result requiresthat condemn a piece of property Okayed a plot plan for a gave Percy 368,827 and Scott source tog bladder of mild irritations but annoy. The New York Times Election Handbook is your best bet for .
mobile home park in Cross
223,124.
the complainant show how the Waldo-Louise R 0 adthat's making yon feel restless
on it all clear in 1964. Use -to
he has been damaged. holding pavingof Creek. tense and uncomfortable.And making come thiscoupon today get
been up
Commissioner Johnson took I restless nights
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"We're not trying to judge a that road. Gainesville Sun with nagging backache,head your copy.
note that the lots smaller
were
game after it happened, but The land is tied in a tangleof I ache. or muscular aches
than those usually provided, Published evenings except I and pains due to oyer-cxer1 ODe
whether one of the players has, heirs to an estate. Johnson I and explained that they were Saturday and Sunday mornings strain or emotional upset "
been hurt." said he thought the Commissionwas I by the Gainesville Publishing are adding to your misery r------------------------------ 1
approved because of a central don't watt-try Doan's Pill*.
Company 101 SE I
at
The city attorney said he trying to find out whetherit water distribution and sewage I 2nd Place.. Gainesville. Florida, Doan's Pills act 3 ways I ELECTION HANDBOOK
could have the could build the road withoutthat. for speedy relief. 1 A 1 1.
city's 'answer
and entered as second class THE GAINESVILLE SUN
system that will be installed. He I wonderfully mild diuretic I L1
ready within 48 hours for the one piece of land. I matter at the Post Office at action through the kidneys,' 1 .1".
said he thought it was a good P. 0. Box 57 Gainesville Fla. It.
court's next hearing. He said the Commissiontural : Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION tending to increase the out- 1 ,
I example for other developers. put of the 15 miles of I 1.t,. "
Tabled action of a requestto I RATES BY kidney tubes. 2-They Enclosed is my check or money order (no stamps, please) for I
CARRIER OR MAIL hare effect
open SE 2nd Avenue between bladder a soothing irnuuons. 3-on Afast 1 copies of "The New York Times Election Handbook 1964" at .1 _.... ..
Kiwanis Hears
AgricultureValue 71st and 72nd streets. 1 Week .45 pam-relieTmg 95c \t
1 per copy. ,
3 Mot. $5.85 action on nagging back : 1
I Gave preliminary approval ad1c.hudachc.muscu1arathcs I '-;:Ir.
Reds al creating a special assess- All mail subscriptions must and pains.So.ter 1 I' :

in War on ment district to pave NW 36th be paid in advance. the millions same have happy enjoyed relief I :: .. 4

Street for 1,320 feet north of Member of Audit Bureau of for over 60 years. 1 Name '. rr;
'The role of international agriculture abundance," the, agricultural -39th Avenue Grcutation. For convenience getthe >.-- Y.. -.y I't. -J, --Y] .
in the against administrator said. : large size Doaa's "I I" _
war AN material contained herein' Is KBstedaylDoan's 1 I'l ;
communism was explained to He cited agriculture failures production b| whole or In part Is ;, E
the property of the Caui svtnPuMbMng 1 Address __ J. '.j _;. I Ir
University City Kiwanis mem- in the Soviet Union, Red China BurglarsHit Company (c) IM4. Re- Ir r '
bers yesterday by Universityof and Cuba, noting that the strictly forbidden without the written I ; : : : :
HomesTwo oermission of the publisher. I 1 -
Florida Agriculture ProvostE. U.S.S.R. lacks a free enter- 'I .

T. York. prise system and personal in- I City State Ir r: ,
"There is nothing of greater centive. house burglaries were '1\t.!\. .

significance this country cano "The basic difference (between -reported to city police yesterday KEEP STABILITYIN Lrr-rs---r-rrwrr-.ss.r.-r-s.wsa.ra.d '
in The home of Paul Copeland, F
than helping developing the U. S. and Russian t
928 NW 16th Ave., was entered .... .
countries so they can be strong agriculture systems) is not their .u ,

and self reliant in their own lack of technical competence but sometime between 3:30 and 9:30 THE OFFICE OF .

rIght," York said. the system itself." p.m., and an electric guitar, a '

He cited agricultural assistance He added that although the hl-fl set and an amplifier tak- TAX ASSESSORKEEP
and U. S. aid programsfor developing or emerging countries en. i v
sharing surplus crops as of the world have from 70 Richard S h e p p ard 637 SE J. PIERCESMITH

major forms of helping demonstrate to 90 per cent of their people 10th Ter., reported that an intruder

the merits of democracyand working in agricultural capacities entered his home some-: = h <

free enterprise. they still do not provide time late Monday night or early: =

"One of the most exportable enough to meet the minimum yesterday morning and took :

Items we have Is our agricul- needs of,their countries. $190 from a trunk in a bedroom. C Pi. A-i".) .

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.' (AP) The Southeast !
By THE ASSOCIATED "
PRESS are champions of education. Asia Treaty Organizatior
Fred 0. Dickinson of West Scott Kelly of Lakeland also expressed "grave concern"' today
Palm Beach pledged three state- talked about his legislative record about continuing Commu-

wide moves to curb crime if he Tuesday in a Fort Pierce nist aggression in South Viet!

is chosen Florida's next gover- appearance.He Nam and agreed that members I .

nor.Campaigning said he had voted for every of the eight-nation alliance!
in Miami Beach, major education bill passed by "should' remain prepared if necessary
Dickinson said that he would set the Senate in his eight years in to take further concrete

up: that body, including three teacher steps" under the SEATO treaty.I ,

I missions.Voluntary citizens' crime com- pay raises. The SEATO ministers agreed Mmmm.IPS MAllY.GOODINSIDE- ,with a crisp, ,

He said he would support vocational that the defeat of the Commu-
Hire special I investigators education throughoutthe nist campaign "is essential not chocolaty coating outside. What a c-o-o-o-ling

working directly under the governor's state and envisioned a time only to the security of the Re- I
office to ensure honesty when there will be junior colleges -public of Viet Nam but to that taste treat! Made Sealtest-wholesome for pure
in
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government.Seek
fulltime juvenile officers available for all the state. of Southeast Asia. eating enjoyment. Buy 'em In the handy 6-Pak
John Mathews of Jacksonvillesaid
for "It will also be convincing
every county.
the promises of Dickinsonand at Sealtest Dealer !
your now
Establish a central pool of proof that Communist expansionby
Kelly to reduce the cost of
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crime information from all law such tactics will not be per-,I
automobile tags would mean the
enforcement agencies in the mitted." | ,
state. money must come from some -

other source. France which has )
; Dickinson continued his search proposed
for in "There would have to be an- neutralization of Viet Nam and
votes populous south FlorIda f
Wednesdays-campaigning in other tax substituted and I am recognized Communist China,
Broward: convinced it would be an extended said that "under the present'
.1 I County. i
sales Mathews said. serious circumstances it
Robert tax, was
King High of Miami
said that his opponents were, "That was bdng advocated by wise to abstain from any,
some at the last session of the declaration." |
"doing political business as usual -
with Legislature and I believe it The ministers set forth their!
the same political snipi '
i ,
I ing as their stock in trade. I would have passed had not the views ma- communique sum- t-

On the contrary, he said, he! money been raised on the tags." !ming up their three-day 10th an-''

had emphasized "human needs. Haydon Burns of Jacksonvillesaid niversary meeting.
I
and human values." that he as' governor would They agreed that SEATO has
.:
Fred Karl of Daytona Beach. seek the help of leaders in finance had, and continues to have "a y

t detailed his legislative career to work with the government ,most important stabilizing in-
I Tuesday to voters in southwest in determining "the con- .fluence in Southeast Asia." WALLOPIN'WALRUSES

\ Florida. I tinuing need for governmental The communique said the :

r "I have a record that cannotbe services and the best way of financing -SEATO countries The United'

matcher," he said. "For; them." States, Britain, France, Australia 9f !

[I( eight years I fought for education -: He said that revision of the ,New and Zealand the Pakistan,Thailand '

as a legislator while most constitution was the only meansof Philippineshavecontinued
I'j other candidates did'little. bringing balance to state financial over the past year ; : HERE'SAy
I "Today they all claim they operations. "to enjoy peaceful"progress and
national security. r ,. : -
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More About Communist threat remains. COOLTREATYOU'LL

"Despite the sharpening of

the Sino-Soviet dispute," the /T\ '. '.
Platform WANT
r communique said, "world dom ,

ination remains the aim of com- ,9.-. ..
i munism and thus vigilance ':

From Page 1 must not be releaxed." } : .'" TO TRY!


tax and economies in govern- plan which will provide all unitsof Miami Herald ,".?,;..''.,W;.":.,

ment "such as can be obtained government-city, county and Y, w
through lower insurance costs state-with sources of revenue

ti., by putting out for public and which are fair and equitableand Okays Trio '
LOOK KIDS! A MR. COOL TOY \\
competitive bids all of thestate's adequate to meet the needsof
insurance needs" to MIAMI (AP) The Miami FOUR FEET HIGH! IT FLOATS /
the
pay people at each level. I do
,, the increased public school cost. not feel that new taxes will be Herald recommended three ofFlorida's Now you can play with Mr. Cool 3

1 "I would require banks to pay necessary, but if the servicesthe Democratic guberna- on land or In the water. Have

the top dollar in interest on tax- state must provide our people torial candidates today. all kinds of fun. To get yours,
payer's money deposited in the require new taxes, then I The editorial said it was com- see the details on wrapper. 's "'
mending to its readers in "al .
banks. I would press for the shall meet my responsibility as
phabetical order and with preference i
abolition of the railroad board governor and recommend those .
for none" Fred O. Dickinson
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which gives benefits to railroad "
taxes. Karl "
proposed a com- of
West Palm Beach, Fred
property so that railroads can mittee to determine the finan-
Karl of Daytona Beach and John
I
be assessor assessed on the by the same county basis tax as! cial best needs methods of the of state raising and the the Mathews of Jacksonville. ENJOY THE MANY TOP-QUALITY SEALTEST TREATS IN CONVENIENT MULTI-PAK CARTONS

Concluding, the editorial said: ;1
i nonrailroad property, thus money. 'We see no default of responsibility -
in additional millions."
bringing
of
Sen. John Mathews of Jack- any inconsistency in
Sen. Scott of Lakeland
Kelly : suggesting three front-runners
t "By instilling fiscal responsibility sonville: "I hope considerable but naming no favorite and w i
in all operations of state additional revenue will come of
gov- the three would acquit himself -
ernment and by insisting and from the expanded tax program i and Florida in the mighty A'6 Aw

enforcing economy and efficiency -enacted by the 1963 Legislature, seat of the chief magistrate."

in state government, I think together with the possibility of ,

we can finance the increasing diverting some of the funds now, CHIMNEY

needs of our public education going into earmarked projectsinto : CORNERSby ICs Cream Cones Ice Cream Sandwiches Toffee Crunch( Bars Popslcta lei Cream Bars
program from current reve- general revenue. If new BassettWALKER

nue. taxes are necessary, we should I YOUR FAMILY DESERVES THE BEST-INSIST ON SEAL TEST!

Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia eliminate some of the sacred 11 NW ltd Avt. Phone FR 1-4421 __ __ _
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County: "We must develop a cows in the present exemptions "Furniture To Live That's With"A Joy _"_ __ _- c c _
from the sales tax; and should

not look to other fields until everything -I I

Britain UpsToIJacco'l'ax is paying its full share.I .
favor a severance tax on the t
phosphate industry." .IR.DA\IRII/ [] A\l\iNJIIi/IEIRAWVY/ .

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ment Tuesday hiked the already Ken Folks of Orlando: The ALWAYSRRSTQUAUrY-*

steep taxes on tobacco and al- money will come from capital j I

l cohol by about 10 per cent to outlay bonds.H. $ I

help meet a new and larger B. (Bob) Foster of Fort I 2 for
budget of $20,686,400,000 for Myers Beach: "The matter of i.Any

next year. schools, taxes, etc., should be 1'-
left to the wishes of the major- .
The current budget Is $19-
401200000. ity. The amendment to the
homestead exemption which allows -
Chancellor of the Exchequer
taxes for school
Reginald Maudling told the purposeson d, HUGE SELECTION! FAVORITE STYLES! BIG SAVINGS! Choose pocket embroidered
House of Commons the tax in- the first $2,000 is perhaps an Dacron polyester'n cotton woven cotton plaids Pima cotton stripes and
answer to the sources from tb more! Wanted styles in all your favorite colon! Save ..owl 2 for $5
creases were to helpmeet the '
additional spending and to curb which the necessary money will ( .e BAN-LON@ KNITS! Rich 100% nylon Ban-Lon@ knits in solid 'n tipped fashion collar
come, depending upon whether'the y r 'r1 models. newly textured in a bright array of up-to-date colors! All easy care, too!
inflation. i voters it." Shop 'n save now! 2 for $5
approve :
Britons had feared
Many Rep. Charles Holley of Pinel- SLACK SPECIAL! SAVE ON TWO GREAT STYLES! Heavyweight 8l/2ox. .""d.f
would also raise the '
Maudling las County: "I will veto any r Avril polynostic rayon 'n cotton twill! Choose oil your favorite colors in campus taper
basic income tax rate, but the rr>:* or continental models! 2 for $5
new taxes. Any further increaseof
chancellor said he saw no need
for increases in direct taxationat money for public schools WALK SHORTS CORDS 0 TWILLS
should come from local sources
this time.Dying.
and be subject to local ntroL""The '; ; rte POLISHED COTTONS DENIMS a DUCK


Early i Ideal 1.r' SOLIDS PLAINS AT ONLY 2 FOR $5.00

LONDON (AP) Members

of Parliament are studying vital .
statistics with more than the
care. The last ten M.P.'s usualin -

the British House of Commons
CREVASSE FLORIST
died at an average age of 59.
2015 SE Hawthorne Rd.
Life
expectancy in this country
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.1 THE ROLL CALL OF YEAR'S UF GRADUATES I l : I




I Some 3,100 University of Florida Helen Janet Jeff, BA; Louis Roger McIntosh Charles Murray Hire BA; Louis Albert Meyer. Jr., LIVE OAK Charles Valentine BAE; George Ja Nehtley. MED. Michael Jose Oliver. BEE; Sty. rt Alfred Tym, BA; Alice B. Luthy II

. students representing 1,276 ; Jimenez BSA. Harris LLB.Melrose BA.FT.. PIERCE Ann Call. BS; Edwin Bat Ellen BA; G.Everett Granberg C. Brinka Mar ward ORANGE, BS.ORANGE. CIT- Robert Ross Hay-I McGrath Rider, BSBA Polly; ,Charles MS; Edwi. Wellesley III, B A; Prospect BBC; Heights Wheaton-- David Glen G.T

candidates for degrees and 1- Alfred Dralsey MED; Susan Gladwin vin Johns MED. PARK BSP; Jean MAT SnS Swan w
Clayton Ross Johnson, BSF; George Dodds' Enns, BA; Donald Joseph Heber. LOXAHATCHEE Howard W. ley. BAE. Cheryl Lane Kel tephens. S Su James s BS.INDIANA .

843 students who have earned Sallie L. Moore Jones. BSN; William -P'rice, PHD; John Winthrop 1 BSBA; Nels Alfred Lovegren. BEE; Kuenzler LUTZ BEE Hutson BIE. ORLND- William Bar Bar Th ames, BSOT; LiO Gu VanDr ten BARCH- Anderson Elwood- Robert AW
June ROale. -
Sexauer BA; William De Robert BME; Ma Fis. ; Gv
degrees since May 1963 will be Gordon Joseph BS: Jack Storer BEE. Frederick Wllles. LLB. MADEIRA Ellen Ruth BSOT, Jean Beaudet -BSN, Hamilton Nancy Ward Wals.; Jon H enry MSA; Inianapli D.

recognized at the University's Kasdin, BS; M. Evelyn B. Kin- Micanopy Carol Bradshaw,I g an.FT.BSJ.WALTON Lynne Frances WeB BAE; Michael M Taylor George ara Ann Nan Brown BEE; Bar.; cock BSBA.White,' BSBA; Kell C Williams Han, II, id KENTUCKY Michael Roberts- Bardwefl, Thomas

annual commencement ceremonieS -caid, MED; Donald Leroy Kinser 1ED. FT. WALTON BEACH Herbert S. LLB MADISON._ Edwin B. ,Browning. Jr., F:rederlck Camer Bur. eSpy Donald Joseph STUART Elizabeth Wharton Kel-Hart Berry, PHD; Bowling Green _
; William Merit Shirty BSA.MAITLAND
Falkenberg. BSBA. ler. James tHai Wise, PHD
Sunday, April 19. BMTE: Richard Schouten Starke Robert Eugene Bailey GREEN COVE SPRINGS Joan BA Matthew A. Hender Clpec. ; BSPT Winston; Winston Joseph Chamy JosephChamy. SURFSIDE MED; Ai Ronnie Joseph Mier. BEE., Bundy Cawood, LLB.LOUISIANA ;. Harlan Eugene
James Jr S
; Gray Llndsry
The University awarded 1,320 Kip, BSADV; Davida Kope- f BSE; Kathleen F. Conway,I Jennings Vonn BAE.Norton. MED Clara Mae s; Tristram B. McCall, Jr., MSE.; BS; Nan. Louise III.C BAE; Rob. I BAE TALLAHASSEE; Richard L. Stem- Irvin, 8$ Stone Charles -ME Houma New- Orleans-Michael.
Constance Cbertln, Cie.
L. BAE Susan Jane e Feell Guiry.
: bachelor lowitz, BSOT; Winifred Rainer GREENVILLE Edward Eugene ; Barbara Jean LLB; Eugene R. Jr., BSA; Judith BA
degrees, 523 master's BSADV; Judith C. LeSawyer, Thigpen. BEE. St e-the, BS.MON Gilfy. Geyer. Frances Eli Tuker ; West Moo
Kroll BA C h a r 1 es Albert I GULF BREEZE __ E Jimmy Malloy Rogers. William Alfred Hadad BA; Hall Charles Leonard John Richard Todd MA.
Patricia
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degrees 91 doctorates
2 including BSN; Carole Jeanine McRae,I Butler BA.GULFPORT. Charles Robert Hafer. BEE Ho Emi Kraue. MINE O Orchard Beach -Eric
BSP.MANATEE ; Richard L. .
Lancaster BSBA K. Kenneth Wade BA Robert C BS.
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spring and fall trimesters BAE. Virginia Ann Posey Joseph ; P. Edgar Murray Moore LLB; John Davis
Lancaster LLB BAE. Mier. BSBA.MRIANNA, lbrgu Edi Jos. Webb, Jr., BEE. Emmitsburg Pawl
George Il II
Henry L.
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of 1963.Candidates Trenton Joseph William L HALLANDALE Darcia Carol I Je Ralph Slater Sara I. BA; TAMPA Joseph Richard Latimer Beale Jr.. BEE Marrl
Lankow BSBA. B Syfrett BS Eu- lay Andr Jr., 85 ; Carl Aams. vme Paul ..
B randt BAE; George R. Doddington ; ; R Kiai BME; Chris Joseph Alvarez H Swar
for degrees at the Miller, Jr., BEE. BEE. ginia W. B. BAE; Major Earl Kinnie Alan Kost BEE; RockvHle -
Wilam Howard Wayne Jr.. son D. Ayala Jr., BA; James Llewelyn Arur Peter
Harold Leadbe tter BCE Waldo Pamsla G. Crawford I HERNANDO L. Carlton Chappelt Wilam Vann Woodham Mac MAT; W. MA; Silver Stanley
end of the current term include I ; J r. BSF; Merle Baker Cottle. BAE. Wayne .Matthews. Albert G. Montgomery IV, MBA; James; Frank Riley L Brao, Brodsky. PHD.MISS1SSSIPPI Sp

: 1,031"undergraduate students Joyce Ann Lefter, BAE; Michael -BAE. HIALEAH Arthur Sherman Block. MAYO James Everard Putnal J r., BEE;BS Ronald; James P. Thomas Mumn. Boyd Olan Bryson, Jr. BSBA John I Canton Carlos
"" Leist BDES Hal Graham Williston Eleanore M. D. DES; Eileen Louise Braner BSOT; BSA.MELBOURNE Charles Edward Andreas BA; Mary Brown II Dale Smith BSPT -
; BS; Roland Drls I Meridia
: Leonard Step
Charles Walbl. ,
t and 245 graduate students, in- Linda Lee Davis. BAE; Judith Deanne Louis Weinsier. Eastan. Wade D. Entzminger,, en G. .
Lewis Jr. MED Jackson Ellis MED Lionel A. Robinson Gillis. BSMT Mary Ann Millsap BA Dunlap BSBA; Kathleen Gaffney. Rol Phelps Wet GOldber.
Denny M
cluding 58 doctoral candidates.The ; ; ; BA LLB; Dan Alex BEE loui Fernez. BME; Gary Herman
Barbara
Martha Jean Russell. BAE Marshall ; BSMT; Wiim Jon Cilio N. BS
; Ell PuccI BS St. Louis
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formal commencement Lewis, MS; You Feng Lin, PHD; ; Jr., BME; Robert Parks I D. Thomas. BFA Jacquelyn Wilder, Diane Gail D. Herr Wolf. BEACH D. Herrkk, MSE; Frerid Edwar. George 1 Abramson, BA L.IM
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BSPE. MERRITT ISLAND John William Jam Jr., BSBA HDael.
Frank Hammond Loomis, BA; Sandlin, BSP. HIGHLAND CITY Easley EDS.MIAI Dauher. IV BSBA; George ; Hmln NEBRSK Omaha William
Boy Dennis
processional begins at 3 James Gee Jenkins, .
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Collins. AAB.HOLLYWOOD. Juan Antonio Aguirre. Henriks BSE; Ronald Jack Thomas Goldber.
Walter T. Loughney Jr. BSBR BSBA.
oif Florida Field.Candidates APOPKA Linda Joy Gooisby. BAE; Stanford F. Abram M Henry C Alexander. Jr. czt. ; William Melvin Tallaferro, [ Suanne Bule.Le BA Vicki I David Boonton Wla
: William Frederick Luger John Robert Todd. BEE. BA BARCH Jon BS Jonton. Richard! BBC; Deal
; Gottfried Brand, BSA; Valerie ; He Apleby. ; 'Rld Lynn Jump, BA B. Par
L : and their home- BARCH Lwin ARCADIA Roger Gene Keyes, J. Broderson BSN; Arlene Joy Brody. ard P. Astley, .. ORLANDO AFB Janet Berg o r Jandara r.. MS Philip R. Lazzara BA Kir Richard Harold B rawer. Dumont >
; Sai Myint MAG; B ME; William Alfred Neal, Jr.. MED;; BAE; Patricia A. Churchill BAE; Beverly BAE; Christine M. Bank BSBA; Eileen G BA.PALATKA Carlton Jr., BS; Edward I John Ronald Lill. BAE: Edge-
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Park
;: towns are: Jno Bruce MacLachlan, MBA; John Scott Turner BSBA. Anne Cole. BS; Paula Lynne Craig. R. Beran. BA; Rort Kay Bern George E. Campbell Ma Lyn. ; Vlne' Nick Mandate Hackensack De John Si BA; \
ATLANTIC BEACH Kathleen EthI V. J r.. MSE; Ronald -
BAE; Mary Kay Dean BAE John ; Anthony Lew BA; Joe Ftl
; Michael stei Bthrt. Ecer. Mar c h etta. BSE
ALACHUA Dorothy Lee Ruth Manchester MED el I Hawley BA John Robert Nice BA ay Merriman ; Jackson Olin Dudley
Mary ; ; ;I Delia BSADV; Gerald Elliott Lorraine M. Bublck. Paul.T Jo Charles Arthur Muench, Jr.. ME; Marvin Jr., BSF; Dennis
Robert Louis Shearon. BSBA ThomasNeil Fine. BSSA:! Sue Ida ette Renee Bursuk, Edward Khnbrel. ; Charles Eugene Edward
Golden BAE ; Thas Lewis Nelson, MED
Howse BA Elizabeth Priest Jesse Ed d Markham Jr. ; Pil ; Cynthia I Delsordo,1 BA ten
; war MSE ; Rose Kreedlan I
I Trotta BA.AUBURNDALE Raymond J. Grabfelder BCHE; Susan ip Buzzed, BBC; George Louis Carget, ; Shar Elizabeth Man- J Jeanne Noto, BAE; Cornelius Over BA *
: Wershow, MED.BRANFORD BSJ. James Everett Ann Halprln, BAE; Murilla Ann Hiiker, BA; Charles M. Carroll Jr., BCE. g lum BSE; Altman Sieel. BSE. 'street. MED; Juit Ann Quinn BSBA. ;. BAE Margate Roemary Carlano .
Allen Jr., MAGI James Steven Ro- BAE! ; Henry David Hirsch BS; Howard David Lynn Cogin MRC; Theodore PAL BEACH GOT- Jose G. Rio Jr. BEE; John Ahlum I BA; Morrlstown Jan Mae- .
Kay Frances Francisco R. Mar tell, BS; P>Icki BA. J. Margolis, BIE Carol Lee Joan Edward Dasr. ; Gary Way man ; John Arch bold Huffy, BSA; Schaeffer. BIE; Reginald Joseph Scolaro Kenle... BCE Northfield; Neptune Nlcolr. .
E. ; James Charles
OARK Clytea Joan Coleman Pratt. BAE; Neil Alan Ramo. BSADV; Douglass, Susan Carol Elfe Keratln BAE Larry Alan MS; Deborah Anne -
W. Sieg, BSOT.BRONSON Harold Thomas Martin Jr., BSN; David Allan McCully. MSE. J udith Claire Rayo. BAE; Lorraine be in. BFA Virginia Lynn Ferrer, BAE; Klein ; Clae A. Peed Jr.. volanda G. Stigers, MED Stars. BAE Ron;I ert Weeks William BSADV; South Orange Rob
BAL HARBOR Lois Maxine Theo- Rae Saes. Morton Shefler Joseph Clark Foler. BEE; Norman BSA, aid Todd, BSCHEM; Jam POlia. MSE; Upper
I Harry Eugene BEE; Bruce Eugene Mathews, lore, BAE.BARTOW. t ; Karen Barbara Sorln. BDES; ,Glfan. BEE; Jack Curtis Gi. BA; PAL HARBOR Lee Bet Baker, BSP Riley Martin Tucker,Trafflcante BIE;I-clair Rich BA; Will
B aque Florence ,
Estell. Ford BA
PHD Hugh Lynn McArthur Jr. Thomas Wolcott Lay Elaine Sandra Sossln, BAE; Gerald A. GI'brg. BAE; Carolyn Katriena Van Eyck BSADV Matil ;
Osteen, MED; Horace S. Wilson ; rBLA- Spizkj, BA; Jill Carolyn Tlbbels, BAE.HOMESTEAD Jan Godbee, ; Glorla Goldberg, PALMETTO Raph Harris Haben da C BA Constance; Lee Woodbrldge Karol George Brechka
Cai BEE.
Jr. LLB.CEDAR BSE; Mary E. Miller Mc- BELLEAIR Susan Georgene Beath.LLE Carolyn P. Fred ; Melvin Cecil Gordo BSADV; Jr.. BAE. W Web
B A. rick BAE; Edith Miriam Patricia PATRICK AFB Howard Carlos NE MEXICO -
Goldberg Hop Gren.
Call BAE Nancy Trotter Mc- Lindsey, BA.PENSACOL. SPRINGS Michael T. Albrere
KEY Eva Marie ; GLADE Marion Franklyn BA; Edward Kufeldt 51*. Greenaway BDAE; K TARPN BSP. Weeks Bagg
I Curdy, MA; Louia E. McCutchin -lones. BAGE Ronald E. Kirchman IBC. INDIAN HARBOUR BEACH Lynne lima Theresa Grene. BAE; Ingrid Ann Jesse Gle Bald- NEW YORK BInghamton Ml-
Dehaven, BFA; William Edwin B Rae Nicls. BSE. Hallberg, ; Jo Beth H. Har. BA; w Ray Girl BEE; TAVARES Gerald Spessard Odo chad D. KKngman BA; Bronx _
; i Jr., BA; Thomas Paul McEl- BOYNTON BEACH Francis H. CITY Billy Mik-'Barbara R. Stock Heber, $ Patricia Ann Jo. usa n BSPE; Jay Roger Satin 8$ l leen Rae Sharaga. BSADV; Forest Ell
Delaino Jr., MPH.GAINESVILLE. Hannold, Jr., MA; Pedro Juan Slivero.BS eli Rhodes, BAE. Edward Helm BSHE; Susan Roslyn Gay Miller Wllem Lawrence TAVERNIER Betty Ann Tyrreil I. Albert L. Radsplnner, MSA; His
BA McGra- P ,
hattan, ; Jerry Lynn 'eters BEE; Ann .
INDIAN Helman BA
James ROCKS BEACH Hans BAE Jerold Ivan Horit phnlp. ; TEMPLE TERRACE Edmund I Neck Ronald Frank Rebhuhn, BA;
William
dy, BSE; Joann White McKay, 6RADENTON Brance Sheridan Max Rohr BS. i BA; Charles Francis H 0 U n Emery Pirtney Paul Elmer Allen DED.TITUSVILLE Larchmont Jeff rey Llnter
B uck BSJ; David Keith Deltrich BS; INDIALANTIC Peter Mang BSADV; Karen Lynn BAE; Thurman Shlton. BSE; Lawrence T. Mar
Thomas
Lawrence Aiken BAE Maria n e Johns Stewart I I BSBA; Loch Sheldroke higher
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MED; Joseph Avery Meigs BA; BrIan Kent Coble BA Daniel, Philip Zies. BS. David Stephen Kahn. Ronald I'Stanley ; David Oliver West- Brie. BA; Will lam Percy Brlley, Jr.. Damlco. BAE New
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K. Alexander, BAE; Marvin W. Jr. BA. '.H azazer, BSBA; Philip Thomas Krug.'I. JACKSONVILLE Graham Ross Kaler BSP; Stasla Katherine Kap. BA; mark MS.PERRY ; Mary E. Lee MED;I ME B a r Ylr Blrrlc A
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Harry BS; Faye Minor Sharp. BAE; David Adams Jr., BEE; Haywood Moreland Sean Marc Kaufman BS; Patrick N. Carlton, MS Robert Lee Sullivan, GiardnI Altur Joel Frederic Dupr
4 Ray Alvarez, PHD; CatherineE. Carol Elaine Meyer, BAE; 'I.Howard Tracy. BS.BROOKSVILLE Ball LLB; Francis S. Barker Jr., BS; K Klrkland BA. Wendell PIERSON Willis Jones, BME. UMTILL Janet May Smith, Northport Graham
Michael Joseph Maxwell Baumer, BA James Michael Braddock 5 Cir Jon
LLB ; -
P. Aponte, BSOT; Barbara Harry G. Meyers, Jr., MSA; C allahan, BEE; Edward Charles Kapcler The Lyn Berkoit BAE; Melville; Ju- E Jose Kranzler Dudley BA Koansky.; Arnold Martin BSE. VENICE Rose Marie BLA BAE; Roslyn Heights! _Gartan Caluo

Sylvia Ayala, MED; ,Robert A. John Fred Michel PHD C. David -p BAEI Richard W. Springstead, B. Tas Hanna Boat Kwart, BS; Phyllis Ann Leavy, B PINELS, PARK Bruce Jeffries BSPE; Philip D. Payne, Jr., Hightoer.. h Goldman BSBR. WIl
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BS.BUNNELL Jr.. BAE; Thoas Braddock, Jr.. BAE; Gretchen N. Lots, BAE; Linda ; Raymond Ira Fisher, VERO BEACH William Hugh
Baker, III, BA; Charlotte Kay Miller, PHD; John S. Nancy Carol Brannam MSA; Edwin Bran Jr., BSBA. Carol Lovell. BAE; Charles Edward BBCPLANT Bake. BLA; David H. Gloner. B S.i NORTH CAROLINA Cant -
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Mit.L BAE; David Scott Shields BA. John William CITY Thomas Ruth Charles William Greene -
BSADV ,
; Martha M aioy BA; Lynne Carol Margoluis. BCE .
j Baldwin, MED; Mary Susan E. chell, Jr., BSA; Alvin L BUSHNELL Roger Doyle Johnson, Je Bunc. BSJ; Bettin Bul. Lee Burr. BB; BAE; Susan Imogene Massey B A. H MSF encey, III. MS; Robert Aaron Howell Jon;C Gnlgh.. Olson, Lia., BME; la Jenny Lynn Sneider. BDAE
Ballard BSMT Ronald Frank- Moore MSE Dorothy Griffin BSA. L Clayton. ; Ellis A. Collins. Walton Clark McCall. AAB Roy Tra- ; Larry Keith Ruebeling, 55*. Robert Earl Wickham. BIE. Weaverviile, Thas Pelan Bar
; POMPANO bee BME
; CAPE BEACH
CORAL Richard Edward BSF; Michael Colodny BA; Mary rille Olsen. BSBA; John LynwoodPearce Jay Scott WES HOLLYWOOD Arlyne
I lin Bandy MFA; Jerusha Starr' Moore, BAE; Jane Elizabeth Bakula BEE.CASSELBERRY. L. Bishop Combs. BAE; Louis Clayton LLB; Marsha Jane Pierce. Baker Ronald BS; Victoria Louise Bogs. BA; S Bartt. BSN. OKLHOM- SNIIwater Fro*
Leo Keith Ten- Certain LLB; Richard Benjamin Cox BAE; Nick Plsirls LLB; Kath Edward Bray, Me WEST PALM BEACH Alice Joanna .
Barnum MS; Edward Theodore -Moore, BA; John Richard I nant, BSPE. BEE; Dogla Davis. BSPE; l leen M. Jon BA. Jan Buchler, BSN; Madeline Rut Alban BSPE; Bobby James OHIO Canton Janet E. Schory
Bazen BSE David Rat- Moore MED Robert Turbyfill I CECIL FIELD F. Edith R. Fowler, Michael Wedel ; Richard Mon William Joseph Rick. BA; Joel I BUcler. BAE; Julian A. Chney. ; frd BIE; Jain Ann Browning Be Js. BS; Dayton Sue A Lenrte,
1 ; ; MED. oe Dorsey, BA; John S. Duss IV. eorge Rifkin. R. T. Frances Col. B. Coker BSE; Michael Warren .
,I cliffe Beard BSJ. Mounts, BA; Grat McDonald f CHATTAHOOCHEE. Carl Leo Del Carolyn J. Rock Evans. BAE Martha Robbins BAE; Lawrence J. Robbins G Drake Garris.. Walter Tow n e Golay SUE Stanton H. Goldman 'PENNSYLVAN IA-Beaver Fall
In. Jr. BSCHEM. Elizabeth BAE George D. Gabet. BSBA; Harry Howard Samol, BSA ; Wiia Henry McNab, MED; Gerald F. Hinnegan, BCE; Wil Lewis PHD
William Earl Beaty, BA; Julia Mullin, BA: Charles Mult op, CHIPLEY. Theron Dow Gilmore i Jr., Falk. Harvey Stephan Sat BS; Ruth Ann i III. BSF; John Mlget, BS; liam F. Hulhan. DED; James Alexander :. Glr Michael Statto BS.
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BSP; Thomas Theodore Wilson BCE.: Marion BIE; Paul Shaughnessy. BAE Lynn Sitz1er Clark Scwlderer. BSBA; Victor ; Lucia St. Clair Par
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j erard Bedell BSBA MSE. CLEARWATER Anne Riggs Ad-I.kini. GOyear. BA; Michael M. Green Eric Brian Smith. BSBA; Hoard Spallone BS. BSPE; Loertz, Ruer.BAE; Margaret G. Griggs Waren
Sidney ; BSBA Margaret Anne Brady burg, ; Dee Harris, ; S noweiss, BDES; Elliott Stern, BS; PONCE DE LEON Henry Edgar Thomas Eugene Scalise, Ryan; yule Georgia A. Qulnby, BSN
Edward Linde Bernstein, PHD;;; Michael Negin BEE; Marilyn BAS John David Dyers SAC; Cono Barry Paul Hirsh LLB; Joseph Wayne Jerald Anthony Torano BSBR; William J owers, BSA.PRINCETON. ert Jon Shaw BDES; Robert Rob TENNESSEE Clinton Peggy Ann
1 BAE Jane Vincent Clufia BS; Richard Weldon Howard, BAE; Norman Richard Jaffe, Edward Tschumy Jr., BARCH;; Edwin Earl Burken S PHD; Walter E. Williams, BSOT: Nancy louis Wells
Richard C. Blasdell, MED;; R. J. Noland, ; Nancy Cope. BSBA; Paul G. Germann Jr.. BS; John William Jos. BSBA; Ben Leonard Eugene Tupler. BSBA; Sharon MS. BBC; John Victor White, Wadsrth BSOT; Columbia Dian Dln
Christena M. Bledsoe, BSJ; Herbert Norrell, BSMT; C u r 11 s Welt BA; William Norton Hudson Jr., BSSA; Riley Kelly. BA; Jon Kent Louise Uslnger BA. B.A.QUINCY Robert S. Lester, iii. Granby Wicx. PHD; Louis Keith BAE; Nashville Coll
Mary Carolyn Kocher MED; Anne LLB; Richard Kent PHD; Michael William Leroy Vaughters. BEE; Z ernan. bans BAE; Rodney M MSE
I S. Blessing, LLB; Ronald I Oakes MAT; Andrew L. O'Con Carolyn Lytle. BSPT; Carl Frederick: Jon Lawson BSBR; Frances Thoma Vikrs. PHD; Judith RIVIERA BEACH Sharon LouIse WARRINGTON James Aubrey Oak Ridge Clifford Male
1 Newman Jr., BA; James Parker Jr.. Fatk ,. Dolores Elaine Loll, Le Jop W. Wheeler Kelly, BA Thomas Erin Little, ME;I Crawford. BSBA.WAUCHULA PHD; Signal Mountain Bol.
I Olan Boatright, BSBA; Helen nor, III, MA; John Richard 0'- DED; Judith Ann Peoples BSPE; WIlliam BA. BA BSBA; Robert Henry Wheeler, AAB;: Mara Irene Symes BA Norma Nancy Al: Munson BA Smyrna Mary Jean

Louisa Bohannon, BA; Eileen Malley, PHD; Patricia Fay 1 Travers Ryan, BSBA; Susan i L. William Lee Lyle. BARCH; Cather. Theodore Frederick Wlsch. BCE;: Wilson, .DAYTONA Ellen Louise i berts, BA; William Reynolds Allen McAllister, BA.
Scharlott BSBA Barbara Lynn Ine Helen Mahon, BA; Donald Thomas Emily H. Willis Delaney BA.SOUTH TEXAS Dallas Bob Lorln Smith
Muriel Brennan, BA; May Eliza Pachler, MS; Suhas Vishnu Pan Schmidt, BA Douglas Bruce Smith Martin. Jr.. BSA; William Richard I l Yonge. BEE; Gerald Warren MIAI. Walter Thomas LLB.WINTER GARDEN Johnn Lester ME; Harlnge Richard Albert I
,'. beth Briscoe MA William Hoi- dit MSE Mary L. L. Pankow- PHD. Merwin BSBA; Charles P. Milford, Jr., Young BSBA; Julia ZimmerMan BA; Rose. Jr. Morgan BSBA David Wilson I, Hens, .
; ; CLERMONT SAN ANTONIO
Daniel Claude She LLB; Eileen C Colby Nunn. MED; Jerome Robert Alan Hart. Paul Steven I
BSE.WINTER VIRGINIA Alexandria
ton Brown, BA; Paul Lock Byr- ski, MED; James Marvin don CLEWISTON BSBA. William Offen berg. BEE; Marta MIAMI BEACH Linda Sue Basklnd Herrmann. BSA.SANFORD HAVEN John Dungan Carolyn Matthews- BA; Frances- Mary
William Robert De- Linares BAE; Karen Lee Baum. BDES Mi John Kerry Dinklns. BA William L
Perez MA; Arthur F. Perry, ; KaYlr. ; Olin
ley, BEE. [Parks, Jr. BDES; Ronald Terry lozier. BEE. Ill, MA; Diane Plerpont BSPE San cae C. Bergen LLB; Jerome C. Ber BME; Stephen Joseph Powell BA Anthony Charles Klatt. Kenvo., Welbr BSE MA; ;Fairfax Falls Joseph
Jr. Landin COCOA John Charles Beckman dra Lynn Pooley BA; Ahmed I u In. BSBA; Penny H. Bookshester. SARASOTA AleJ Arca. Robert Gerald Rowe BA; Andrew lam Cove. Churc1"
Alan B
Campbell, ,, Patray, BEE; Harry BS; Thomas Leonard BSBA; John BAE; Foc
Cain III, BEE; Roriguez BLA; Peter Roger ; Neil Alan Bucbinder, BS; Lea Barlett. 8 Peter Takas. BA; W. Thomas Wilkin Base David T. Ll.- Jr. 8A'
BSADV; Billy Ray Cannon, Pearce, BS; Ralph Leon P e ek, Mary COCOA Priscilla BEACH Ross BSE. Warren Shannon BSP.Barbara .Rose Jane Bussey BA; ward Boggs,James BDES Bing Kenneth ; Robert Jon son .. Norfolk-- Patricia Thoms. Cle"t...BAE
Daniel Samuel Joan Sharp. BAE Richard Elaine Doris BSPE; Murray ; Robert WINTER PARK William
BSA; Fausto A. F. Capote PHD. ciener, BSBA Thomas Eugene CI V. Shortlidge Jr.. BA; Gerald; R. Snel- Elliott Causk.Robert George BMTE James Andrew Ebert Jr.. Blyler. LLB; Stephen Lee Edwar. I Mary Margaret- Malcolm French Brlggs, ,BAE BSBA Richmond
burn BSBA.CORAL grove BSBA; Barbara J. Cole, BA; Minna Joy Cummings. BAE; 858*; Charlotte Ann Friday BSN; William Ford Duane BA; John Wesley ; S
MSA Frana S. Parker Carew Carlos Maria Piedra BS Isabel Sothwell. David lem John Russell Hesmer, BSBA.
; ; GABLES W.
Carol Jeanne BA; Barbara Ann ; Ron Gena Fisbein. GA; Charles Paul Garo- Hambick. BSBA; Joan Fly Jr., BSBA; Lance S. Frankham

BAE; Daniel A. Carlton, BAE;;; Camille P i e r ce, BA; Ella Jaeger Steven, Scott BAE; Plther Grant Lee BA;Jones Charles BSBA A.I; ald.'Miles ME; William Stratton Stiman.Rupert; Kenneth LLB Sutton falo Gerald Marti D. Goldbrg., BSBA Marie Henriksen Harris BME, ; ;Denise Palmer Rae William Hor. BBC Susan; Edward Honeywell Lee, BAE Frame; William, BS; Mary Milr.tn Ham WEST Alan VIRGINIA Kirk BA;-HuntigtoY Beckley Wit

Ronald Jno B. Carswell, MAT;;; abeth Wallace Platt BSN; John,SchUltz Jr.. BEE; Nancy Beth Shier Hazel Cache BAE S.aln.; James; Stuart Hauser.Gman; Michael I BSBA; Josep Ernest Keyes. BSPE; Hunkpier. BA; Caroline M. Wallace Keyer.
William Jo BAE Charles Bryan Stuzln. BSBA; Ewllyn Thomas Thebau., ., BSBA; Reginald Hirschensohn, BSBA; Jeffrey A. Bonnie Lancer. BA; Linda Lee I David Miller, MA Lyle.: Kimberly DonnaE.
Sidney King Cherry, BSJ; Yang Kenley Platt, BSA; Leslie N. Vaughanbirch BSADV; Judith F. MED Donna Marie erman BARCH; Jerry Allan Kat Hub BAE; Norman C Mlster. BBC, Stockton K. Reeves PARCH; James Wiohby. M

Hwi Cho MS; Carl Jon Clau shua Platt, III, BS; David M.Porter June Joanne Woolf BA.Wade BSOT; Rosaline Touchto. Jack S. Williams Jr,. BARCH; Recite Sue Kurtuan. ; Henry F. Mcann. ., ; Kenneth I'Ashley, Strong, Jr., BS; Lawrence I). NEW JERSEY Trenton Winston
BSE; Peter Melton BARCH. Frederick Stewart BSJ; McConnel. Jr. ; Joe Julian Scheb I. Van Ore BSADV William Jr., Hugh Punick DED.
sen, MA; Carl White Cline, H, MS; Elizabeth Anne Valenti CRESCENT BCE.CRYSTAL CITY Alan Carmen JACKSONVILLE Wrgh. William Low. MA; Joan Cecelia 'Lukac.Ahr, James Leroy Carol Smith M E D> BME. Web OF COUNTRY
Syrus Poole BEE; Freddy Lee Scott Linda Marlene Matter 0 s e Volght BEE Ernest WINDERMER Kay Williams, OU
BSPE; Wayne L. Cobb LLB;;; Pound, BA; Perry J. Frank Pyl- RIVER Loulsann Hoy. MED; V. BCHE. Antonio OMeda, BA; Joan Ruth Rosen Wayne Weldmann; BSBA. BAE. A Santa Cruz Angel Cor-
BSBA; George Robert Lebo PHD. Gord Wikin. blum SEaRING Andrew Bens Jackson, ZEPHYRHILLS dero MSA. -
Ramos BSADV Edward Ralph Mildred
ka BA Karen G. Brunson Blddle. Saper- Karen
Robert William Coleman, Jr., ; DAYTONA BEACH Mary E. Con BEE. Jac Edard stein BAE; Susan A BJ; LLB. Smith, CABODIAha Sim Sun
BSBA Peter L. Comanor MS. MED; Bibhas Ranj an rad BS Alley. BA; Bradford Robert Craln JAY Myron Thomas McCall BS. Norman Shorr BS Scwar. Stal ST. AUGUSTINE John Bruce BSE.OUT OF STATE Hur. .
: ; Verna Mae Reddick: ; Richard X. Dehoney MED; RIchard JUPITER David Lee Wright, ings BAE; Maxine Taylor BAE; Bisp. MED; Sterling Leonard Hart ALABAMA Auburn James Ray CHINA Hong Kong Chi Lai
Ardeshir J. Contractor, Ray, MSA; Friedman.Glen Edson, BSE; Kenneth H. BASE. Brian Zwiln.BSADV. Robert ; Sheila Ann Kelley. BAE; John mond Howes PHD; Florala Ben Livngston Leung MA; Taipei Taiwan Lu Kang
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BAE Charles Alfred Rich, ; Daniel Edward Hi r. KEY WEST Ronald Edgar Ash i Philip D. Giberson Purcell. Jr., LLB; Rober t Holey. LLB; Huntsvl. Anna Chang MSE.
MAARCH; Joyce Ann Haskew ; mellng BA; Glenda Faye Magee BAE; BCE; Leo Letand Carey BEE; Mary Jr.. BA; Robert Edward O'Leary Charles Young MA. Gene ; Sanford
David BCE; Russell E. Richardson, William Russell Murphy, BS; Fay N IC. Vivian Caring, BAE; Hugh Joseph Morgan BSBA. I ST. CLOUD Judith Ellen Barbr. Brlckman BA; Montgomery William COSTA RICA Cartago Haitian
i Cook, MED; Noble Clendon Newell BSPE; Carole Wilma BAE. MT. DORA Roberta Ann Aldrlch. BFA; Randall W. Robbins, BAE Hart Aer. PHD; Rabies BEE; San Jose Roberta Jose
BS; Lawrence Gerald Ritt MAI; Sacks BA; Robert William WIlson BA trude Stevens, BSOT. William Tusls Gurdian. MSA.CENTRAL .
i Cook, MA; William Andrew BSJ; Jarrell David KISSIMEE Gordon William ; Sanborn W. Chesley, MS; Walter Harris. M
William Roberts Jr.: Winkle. BEE. Alex Mockett BSBA. ST. PETERSBURG Barbara L. B. CALIFORNIA N. I R. AMERICA El Sile
Wesley BBe
Cook, BS; Robert Irving Copeland DEERFIELD BEACH James DavId LAKE Troy Luther NAPLES Arthur M. Askew III. 'Johnson BAE; William Cargi Bond I. Von Forstmeyer, BA; Davis Pars dor Jorge Araulo BSA San
I MED. MB.Eller BAGEl Grant Eugene Sabln, Brooks. PHD. BEE; Peter Le Hathaway BSJ; Priscllla PHD; Larry James BA Philip Valandanl, ME; Hollywood Harry Salvador Roberto Ancalmo M A G.
BAE; Marian Costopoulos I- 1 : LAKE CITY Linda Sue Duren I. L. BA. Lee Burnett, BSBA; Marie Edward Bliss, MFA; Panorama Marco Tulle Cabezes. PHD GUilt.
BSN Rafael Manuel Couret Joseph Stanley Rosko ME; BA DELANO; Sandra Helen Boyer, BAE James Charles Shields III, BA; NEPTUNE BEACH David O Bytner BSR; Constance L Carroll!I. Philip H. Nohln. BA; San Dieo CIt la Raul Ricardo Dysil, 55*.
; Evan Rossano BSBA; Lois Jacquelyn G. Brinkley. BAE; Ann 1 Anthony E. PHD. BSJ. MED; Christine Ann Car BSADV a William Greene PHD; HONDURAS Tegucigalpa Jw a I
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BIE; Patricia Ward Cox, Joseph Jr.. BS Jamieson BSMT; Alfred Mueller, LAKE Frank II I. Woolveron. RICHEY .David H. ''Walter R. Collany, BA Raymond Tat cisco Anna Leah GIb AAA ,,l Jose Lelva MED.
Barbara F. B. Rothstein, BSMT; DELRAY; Beverly Myers MS. ME Joseph Frank Gonzalez Dimmick Clark Jr., MED. lor Cular. BL James Neal Davis Jose Steven BBC; INDIA Kanpur Ramesh Chandra
MA C. Beverly Brown CraneBAE BEACH Nicholas A., LAKE PLACID MED ME; Peter Sanger Walter Dallas Valsh, MA.
; Carter Krls Kottke Bor NEW SMYRNA BEACH Robert' Jon !C Harris BBC;
Donald Wesley Rounds BEEn; MAJC Sydney R. Quinn Dew-. ing BSJ; Joan Kay Divis BAE; Larry MSF John James DeWltt. ., BA; Stephen Benlami Sherman Oaks Steven Darryl IRAQ Baghdad Mudhaffer Jalll
; Deborah Brooks Cravey, Lee Rush BS; BA; Alan Buckly Himber, MA Dom. ley Alex Davis. DED. Wes Marclnto. Duke LLB. MFA; Thoan Palms Linda Dun Lot Jawed MS.JORDAN .
Charles Cross Jeffery nick A. Tozzollno BIE. LAKE WALES Nancy Allene McGuir MIAMI John A. DeVault I Jon Kenneth Eddingto BSBA; Day Henley Nablus Samlr Masrl,
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r t 0 THESOUTH 1 N flU \f0rk Uintf Johnson has put his famous this accomplishment, in un- new national leader of the I

By ARTHUR KROCK brand firmly on the presiden- usually delicate c i r c u instances people or of Congress, taking ,

;: JOHX L HARRISOX, .FreiWeilr sr. VASHINGTON In an ascy and the leadership of his he has developed positive positions only when ,

\ : kH heri PAT COWLES Ties Fre.. ishingly brief time Lyndon party and the nation. By next November's popular extreme political exigency

J j dealt ExeettlT ED JOHNSOXt Editor. Vice IT. G.rre (lde atntFiorlda's referendum into a judgment; compelled him to. And, though I
and :
, Beautiful ;;: President u4 A4vertUtac on the Johnson administrationand Truman ultimately stampedhis
Vie.
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JELOW OLYMPUS By "Interhindi
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, \ '' DlreeUri BOB TAKTAG- By RALPH McGILL his own performance as administration as his own,
? :.University'
, City UONE. Tie Pies ideal ash ChemUUa P.litser Prii WiMl r Publisher Ltd president.He and not just an extension of
I -if -- M B.fer. I Of the Atlanta (Ga. CouUtitiM I Ia Tsl
: has executed this President Roosevelt's, he was
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; e' SUN'S POLICY in the White House many
THE terly political feat without
', months longer before he es
1 'p; '1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. \\.. German Il major deviation from the programs tablished this than Johnson
th of the Sun in-but only in-editorials ;;: of President
the Kennedy
l -, 2. Express opinions will have served of Kennedy's
\ th ; j 3. Publish all sides of important, controversial issues. 1 because of a highly-individual unexpired term when he will
th f '.
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: : method. Although Johnson torate.It .
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has had few months
---- only a ,
: t.as t. in a year when he must sub- required a remarkableman 1
.. to cast the presidency
mit his claims for direct elec-
.. of Farm OArrived in his own image
Secret Progress so firmly
tion to demonstrate that his is I
and so rapidly after the three
d. not a "caretaker" adminis-

si A Sydney; Harris quotes Jonathan vides needed intellectual foundationsfor ___-__- :- z,.. tration, he has achieved that years of its identification with
astonishing German sub John F. Kennedy, and in the I
aid
icsi Guest (Khrushchev's Iowa farm America's foreign program. marine moved up the harborat objective. first stage of the worldwide t

hjst), that "from the technologicalstandpoint" Norfolk, then proceeded to AMONG HIS predecessorswho mourning for Kennedy's tragic
sin; Schultz demolishes some of the
death that will not abate.
hunger and malnutrition Baltimore and docked. Her 1111 rU r114 succeeded from the officeof soon
dogmatic beliefs about agriculture But Johnson is remarkableman.
fr a
and chemi- Chester A. I
cargo was dyes vice president,
a ciJuld be eliminated from the world. which hamper attempts to improve cals. It was the Deutschland.The e: Arthur made the same He proved this by his

lie., seems to conclude that, if the farm productivity. 'He shows con voyage was one of the attempt and failed, dispitethe extraordinary skill in getting

iiI moral decision were made to eliminate vincingly that farmers in poor coun- spectacular events of that fact that he had three anda from a Senate, in which his

task could be accomplished efficient in.the first world half years of President Garfield's party followers were divided,
r e hunger, the tries often are quite great war, toward the first significant ant!-

e in a relatively short use of the resources they have' at which events were moving unexpired term for the discrimin a t Ion measures

time. hand. Rather than being lazy, waste this country. The audacity of purpose. Calvin Coolidge, in a since reconstruction, and in
the submarine's commanderand period of presidential succes-
1c 1\I\ -v ful and improvident, they tend to be crew excited the nation, at9N'losMl. T1gcs sion only a few months longer inducing a Democratic Congress

I ;:;It isn't that simple, and the barriers hard-working, frugal and economicin appealing especially to a then ". And remember, folks, you get absolutely than Johnson's, made small with to cooperate constructively Pres

not just a matter their operations. free sticker of choice" effort to identify himself a a Republican
t<< to the goal are very ,considerable proGerman :- a bumper your as ident. But full national com-

h of human cussedness or selfish- sentiment. The officers prehension of these and other

i ness. The problems of education tot What they lack is not so much and crew were freed and lion- natural talents of leadershipwas

t' make application of the new farm more capital, as many "experts"think ized. It was the first of two THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT limited by the scope of

) technology possible are staggering. but different kinds of capital voyages. The Deutschland re his Senate office and the vice

;' The United States and other indus "new factors of production," as discharging turned again a on second November cargoat 1, Civil Rights Debacle? these presidency, important as

trial countries have not done as Schultz calls them. The proportionofthe New London, Connecticut.She are.

i:. much as they could do, and should factors is important and, aboveall departed at midday and, NOW, SUPPLIED by a

do much more, but nothing is gainedby the human factor must be up- submerging well outside the By DAVID LAWRENCE against it. object is to intervene wherever cruel stroke of destiny with
WASHINGTON Maybe On the same day, moreover, "police guarantees" are
underestimating the difficulties graded through education.For harbor, again escaped Allied the powers of the presidencythat
what in the Wis- that the Wisconsin deemed .
happened primarywas inadequate.How
in wait for her and
ships lying he denied by the
was
rif transforming peasant societies. returned consin primary will give Con- being held, a tragedy occurred can public sentiment
safely to Bremen.She .
normal electoral c e s s,
Ahd nothing is gained by jumpingin some people, agricultural pro gress pause. It may teach a in Cleveland, Ohio, express itself against encroachments pro
the German is their
with big programs until workable gress is a simple matter of ideology. was only lesson often forgotten thata where an impassioned minister on private Johnson exercising
to reach
ship harbors dur- In
political
our
a protem
substantial of the killed he dramati- ? The citizens of Wis- powers
segment was as rights
technology think
the They the private family farmis
) methods of implanting new ing that war. Britain's controlof performance of many diverse
American peopleresent in- cally threw himself behind a consin found a way, and so
are developed. the sure route to success, whereas the sea was absolute. Soon roles. One day he is the
trusion into their private lives bulldozer. In that city, the did the voters in Kansas City,
the large, collectivized farm is a thereafter Germany began un and their freedom to choose mayor has been trying to halt Mo., when they voted on a patient arbitrator of a stubborn

.The United States has investedlOObillionplus sure route, to failure. Others, including restricted submarine warfare, their associates, black 'or the violent demonstrations in city ordinance which dealt and protracted manage-

$ in aid to foreign many in the 'poor' countries, have and the sinking of the Lusi- white or brown or yellow, on a school segregation crisis. with "public, accommodations. ment-labor dispute which

countries since World War II. At been susceptible to Communist prop. tania in August, with tragic the basis of their ,own judg- The trespassers on public- ." The ordinance was designed threatens to culminate in the .
loss of life, did much to harden ment and their own likes or school property were tryingto to enlarge the numberof collapse of the national econ-
first the aid was outright relief for aganda and look upon the collective sentiment against her. dislikes. get the city to abandon the places' in which discrimi- omy. The next he is coercinga

I war-wrecked countries. Then it was farming as the only answer. For if' resentment already construction of certain nation would be prohibited, balky Congress with a highly -

pump-priming capital for rebuilding THAT FIRST cargo was val- evidenced across the northern schools: This extreme methodof and went beyond the provi- professional mixture of .

the economic systems of Europe The doctrine of big farms is wide- ued at $1 million. It contained states- not merely ,in the demonstration touched off sions of the pending bill in ruthless arm-twisting and ca-

f Under the Marshall Plan. In the last spread. Its proponents argue that 3,042 wooden boxes packed South is beginning to be sporadic violence and at least Congress. The measure was jolery in which the rewards
with 500 tons of dyes. The expressed in the form of votesat 15 persons' were injured and under vigorous attack by tav- and punishments at his disposal -
clpzen years or so the aim has been farming units must be large enoughto November shipments were the polls, then a crisis of 26 persons were arrested on ern owners, and the vote was are unmistakably im-

o-fold-l military beefing up use the new machinery. Schultz valued at $10 million and both major proportions may come charges of disorderly conductor about 50-50 as the ordinancewon plied.

for U.S. allies holding key strategic finds that these over-simplified prin- were snapped up by eager The last crisis of this kind resisting arrest.- by a narrow margin. Another day, the Presidentis

areas, especially in Asia; and ((2) ciples are misleading. For example, buyers.The governmental coercion in.
again to America. THE RESPONSIBILITY for WHY, in a place as far distant dangerously relaxing from
to economic Japanese agriculture has made great Deutschland's two journeys -
speed
trying up progressin the officio confinement of
..& an attempt to achieve prohibition these ,tragic happenings restson from Alabama as Kansas ex
poor countries.Economic progress with small farms. The are more significant in of the sale of intoxi- some of the leaders in the 'City, would the citizens be divided his native high spirits by driv-

V T "pseudo-indivisibility" of the tractor the chemical history and of the American cating liquors ended in a "civil rights" movement, par- evenly on this questionif ing an automobile as if he
dye
industrythan
= aid to poor countries has has misled many, including the Russians debacle. It was largely the ticularly on those leaders who the issues were as clear as were a juvenile with a hot-rod.
anywhere else. Few people fault of the prohibitionists, misconstrued demonstrationslike some of the supporters of the Still another day, and the
Been receiving major emphasis, then, ,> in their emphasis on big farms. today recall the visit of the
President is
who could not see that their the famous "March on so-called "civil rights" legislation impulsively open-
oily few and it is no wonder Actually, tractors can be made to underwater craft converted "
a years, methods were wrong. Washington" as seeming to have described them? ing the gates of the White

that, mistakes have been made. The order and can be combined in farm- temporarily into a merchant Today, the cause of "civil give the stamp of approval to The problem in Kansas City, House grounds to a group of

task of bringing modern technologyto ing in a variety of ways. vessel. The duPont company, rights," which in many respects demonstrations of all kinds. just as in other cities, ,is one tourists that has happened

traditional societies and generating in a later article titled "T h e is a just cause, is head- Today, many of the north that turns on the extent to along; then leading them in

.+ economic growth is not easy. Schultz makes a strong plea for Autobiography of" an American ed for another debacle, largely ern cities, including New York which an effort to prevent dis- an inspection of the august
Enterprise, speaks because its proponents have and Chicago, are conscien crimination results in a drive premises. But when the occasion
.s'I scientific reasoning instead of dogmaas frankly and revealingly of chosen the wrong methods to tiously striving to handle the whereby governmental author- demands a show of the

% The political forces in the newly a' basis' for farm policy. More that period.? It is described as win public support. difficult problem of racial in- ities control freedom of as- dignity befitting his great

i independent countries usually have power to him; it is an uphill battle "Science S a h ar a." "The tegration., But they find them- sociation and freedom of office, no president has excelled *

pushed toward grandiose symbols of even in the "enlightened" U. S. Deutschland and what it stood IT IS EASY enough to say selves not occupied merely choice of customers in private him.
for shocked the nation." that in Wisconsin mostly Re- with what the Constituion and business.
modernization, such, ..as steel mills, When Johnson's acute
political
Economic When the Deutschland ar was being held, a tragedy oc- the law require namely, All this adds up to civic resentment -
dams multi-story buildings, growth in the farm sec- perception apprises him
Big new
a symbolicvote that there shall be no racial the first of
rived signs
this country was not at publicans gave I
that he has left himself vul-
e tc.. These projects often have been tor: of the poor countries, says war. But it was a nation starv- for the arguments of discrimination in citizenship which are beginning to appearin
he
wasteful and have done: little lo -tSchuitz" depends. primarily on the ed for chemicals and dyes. Governor Wallace of Ala- rights. They-are instead being different sections of the nerable to criticism,
shrewdly turns the tables on
stimulate real economic growth. .availability of new factors of production The. largest hosiery mill in bama. But there were unques- stampeded' to correct "racial country. The pending "civil
his critics 'with
...., -new, methods, new seeds the country had but half a bar- tionably Democrats who felt imbalance" by'methods. which rights" bill is only a first stepin wisecrack a drawing home-spun the
or by
the same The expectation introduce a counterdiscrimination the crusade. The real crisis
rel of way.
dye with hundreds of
:: book Theodore W. fertilizers machinery etc. mantle of the
A new by new new presidency
that the for instance
thousands of stockings wait- at first had been as, will come when the federal
Schultz of economics at The secret is to develop these factors around him, according to the
professor ing to be dyed. Textile jour- Alabama governor would get against those white citizens government tries to enforce

the University :of Chicago, throws and produce them cheaply so that nals were discussing old, for- only 5 per cent of the vote. He whose children are being pre- the provisions of the proposedlaw occasion. And in these shifting -

light on the factors affecting agricultural they are profitable. That's a simple mulas for extraction of dyes finally received 25 per cent of vented from, going to their not only in "public ac- roles as a Lincoln tryingto

development. The book, idea, but it is often forgotten even from tree bark. The nation, all votes cast. Indeed, in the own neighborhood schools. commodations" but in the bind up the nation'swounds
Jackson
Democratic primary itself he This is one of the demands of handling of employment in as a whip-
Traditional Agricul by Americans who ought to know soon to become. the greatest
nsforming got 3.f per cent. "civil rights" leaders in their various kinds of businesses. ping his party and congress
ture" (Yale University Press), pro- better from their own experience. world power, did not have a The significant developmentis boycotts and other demonstrations. Demands that racial quotas to his will, as a Theodore
chemical
history. that, in a state as far from become paramount guidelinesof Roosevelt defying presidential

w Britain had led the world the South as Wisconsin Also, the newspapers in employment can only provoke conventions, he still man-
for centuries with indigo dyes.In known for its progressive Cleveland report that a local deep-seated antagonismsif ages to remain LyndoQ B

oice of the 1856 an Englishman discov- thinking an election was rifle club is being formed to the government agencies set Johnson, the poor country boy

People ered a process for making a actually conducted in which protect the "civil rights" dem- up their own methods of deter from the wide Southwest the

dye from coal tars. "civil rights" was an issue, onstrators.' There are said to mining efficiency and qualifi- Alger hero who bettered him

n and 25 per cent of the voters be about 16 such rifle clubs in cations for a job in private self in the admired American

0n The Sun's BUT IT WAS Germany that registered their protest the country, and their avowed business in America. way.
: ====== Opinion Page==== took this lead and built on it.

a By 1900 there were six Ger-
-Opinions; end comments of Sun reader are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters
must be signed end beer the writers address. Homes will be withheld if requested. A letter should man dye, firms. employing
not exceed 500 words end must be written on' only'one side of the paper. Poetry cannot bo used. The more than'300 research chem- Boiled Peanuts and Swamp CabbageFrom I

Sitfi reserves the right to reject say letter or,to shorten, it, without changing the writer's meaning or ists and almost as many en-

intent.Ijackass. gineers and technologists, and

Bray immortality and divine natureof the' opinion of some is a con- some 18,000 workers. Both ( the Congressional Record, as exhumed by the New The CHAIRMAN. The gentleman from Florida will proceed.Mr. .

Christ, even this 1964th tradiction of terms. They England and America were, Yorker Magazine) MATTHEWS. Mr. Chairman may I say to my col-

:.Or an Amen? year after Christ, gives the view that Christianity depre- for some reason, content to leagues if you will go in the cloakroom we will be delighted

greater weight to the Heavenly cates the intellect and appealsto buy what they required. Mr. MATTHEWS. There are 1,560,000 acres of peanuts that to furnish you these samplesMr.

EDITOR, Sun: Let's ask the a tribe.. It takes an incredible the emotion; it neglects German know-how in this are planted under the acreage allotment provisions, but these HAGEN of California. Mr. Chairman, will the gentle ,

question before considering amount of credulity forman facts and appeals to credul- field was a war asset Coal 3,000 acres are planted by boys in school and by small farmers man yield? :
the
question posed by April to rationalize he is "ir ity. Is Christianity anti-intel tar derivatives also and are sold as a ,vegetable at football games and base- Mr. MATTHEWS. I yield to my distinguished friend, the !
producednew
Is
6 editorial Question: man rational"; in fact it is impos- ,lectual? Or are these charges, ball games and so on. gentleman from California (Mr. HAGEN).

an?animal or an immortal of sible to so do-and if man is instead, simply an indicationof also, Germany high explosives.led the world Here They are sold green on the market, 'in'the chainstores, and Mr. HAGEN of California. I will say to the distinguished
in the image
sod created solution of the, not rational, why are we even the abysmal ignorance of and was encouraged to to there are two or three small industrial plants that have been gentleman from Florida (Mr. MATTHEWS) that I want to
God? The the matter? the nature of true go result of these to sell in
question, "Is man a rational discussing Christianity war because of this ad- developed as a canning peanuts stipulate that these peanuts are not Yankee approved. In fact,
For to "well<< the on'the part of its opponents? the stores. the Hill would
one. say, grocery pigeons on Capitol not eat them. I threw
be logically Coal tar derivative '
animal? can only vantage.
,
I considered when one's evidence seems to say that Have the educators any bet- research produced too, Mr. GROSS. Mr. Chairman, will the gentleman yield? some of them out to the pigeons and they would not eat
he (man) is (rational) and ter statement of the slope of synthetic Mr. MATTHEWS, I am delighted to yield to my friend, the them.
this first questionis perfumes and medi
position on
that he isn't could be the fruitful from Iowa (Mr. GROSS). -
thought than outlinedby gentleman consolation
:Ucnown.Js cines. During the First World Mr. MATTHEWS. The only I can get from the
result neutral Paul when he Mr. GROSS. The last time distinguished friend had this
of "fin our
a position on said
shall gentleman is to that since there will be
man of a genus, we War, novocain which only say no competitionwith
the question first considered ally, brethern, whatsoever bill on the floor of the House he had some free samples.Did which from
say, a little higher than the the Germans could make, sold the wonderful vegetables come the State of
jackass, or of a celestial genus above. 'things are TRUE, whatsoever for $1,600 per pound. Only the gentleman bring any free samples today? California, I know the gentleman will support my bill.
Mr. MATTHEWS. Sir if one of the will get my black
HONORABLE ,
things pages
classified are ,
; "a little lower than the We risk being as"antiintellectual" Europeans knew how to draw Mr. Chairman, the taste of a boiled peanut is unique. If
offer these
whatsoever things are JUST, briefcase, I have them here. The reason I did not
angels"? Putting it another in completely nitrogen out of the air. We because of friends said after tasting the peanut were air conditioned it would taste like an arti--
whatsoever PURE samples is some
things my
way, when the Supreme Court agreeing with the editorial whatsoever are still were tied to Chilean nitrates them that did not like them.I choke. It tastes like a dehumidified artichoke.Mr. .
things are LOVE- they
outlawed school prayer, was statement that "educa- LY, whatsoever things are for explosives and fer- am going to ask one of the pages if they will please, to Chairman, during the depression days many of us re-
be
tional results
must
it forbidding a jackass a pious measured -
tii zers. In peace-time iodine Chairman member having eaten cabbage. I do not know whether
earthbound of ultimate of GOOD REPORT: if there distribute these peanuts. I certainly hope, Mr. we swamp
in impact
bray, or an terms be any virtue and if there be cost $5 a pound. In war it was can pass this legislation because I am about out of free sam the Members of the Committee are familiar with these
the to ? behavior
cherub right pray on not almost unobtainable at any huge palm trees, but when cut them down take
is impossible to by in terms of fact .tests and any praise, THINK on these ple peanuts.I you you out
U methods that prove is quizzes" by, affirm- things"? price. Silk cost what the Jap- have here, Mr. Chairman, a can. They are already open the heart of the palm tree, that is the cabbage. If a boiled
empiric man memory
nol a creation of God as it is ing that Christian faith has Man is not a rational animal anese said it was worth. Rub- this time. The last time you had to get a can opener. peanut were dehumidified you would have that swamp cab-
ber pegged by Britain. friend will furtherMr. bage taste, a crunchy, delightful taste.
just as impossible to absolutely for centuries furnished he is a rational being was Mr. GROSS.If my yield -
The war showed how fatal MATTHEWS. Yes. sir, but just 1 minute, if you will Incidentally Mr. Chairman in district
man is God's crea- a range'' of things 'on which made "in the image of God", my you can get this
______ tic!prove!. Each position is one of man is invited even chargedto Choose your own ,doxologyfor this sort of situation could be. let me get these ready for distrubution in the cloakroom.Mr. delightful swamp cabbage. And if you go there you get

faith. Observation of man at think, so vast as to furnisha this letter-will it be an The Deutschland dramatized GROSS. would suggest that they be eaten over there. them at the Sea Island Hotel in Cedar Key, Fla. If you spend

firs may seem to confirm full curriculum, of study for earthly Heehaw, or a responsive it. In 1916 our people went to Mr. MATTHEWS. Is it proper, sir, to suggest that the Mem- some money there, tell them that Congressman BILLY MATTHEWS "

the jackass genus, but the ,,a lifetime Amen? work, creating our dynamic, bers go in the cloakroom and sample them? sent you. 'If

hiifericaL vid ficw, of theM A THINKING Christian ,ia" OBSERVER expanding economy. f
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THESOUTH I 33>w York minus president.He objective. new national leader of the

\ : I By ARTHUR KROCK has executed this mas- people or of Congress taking

; j} K. HA RISO! PretMeml Mlrabttshen WASHINGTON In an as- terly political feat without AMONG HIS predecessorswho positive positions only when
FAT COWLES. VU Pre* .onishingly brief time LyndonB. succeeded from the officeof extreme political exigency

; 1 :: .., demti..4 ExecBti ED JOHNSOX.* EdJUn Pie.W. C.Pralde.ti Bin) Johnson has put his famous major deviation from the programs vice president, Chester A. compelled him to. And though

I ,Florida's. "." Beautiful ; EBEKSOLE. VIce Pretident u* AdvertUiBf brand firmly on the presidency of President Kennedy Arthur made the same Truman ultimately stampedhis
,
I' _-:'University City'i 7 Director BOB TABTAGLIONC. By RALPH McGILL I and the leadership of his because of a highlyindividualstyle attempt and failed, dispitethe administration as his own,

'Y'J: .- Tie President and Chc.isU. Pent.., Prize Winning P.blsher and the nation. By and administrative fact that he had three anda and not just an extension of
I party
.
Haurer. Of U AtUnU. (Ga.) CoMtitatiM
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a this accomplishment, in unusually method. Although Johnson half years of President Gar- President Roosevelt's he was

1 has had only a few months, field's term for the in the White House
tb ;- THE SUN'S POLICY -... ,delicate c ire u instances unexpired many
4 tlj 4- he has developed in a year when he must sub- purpose. Calvin Coolidge, in a months longer before he es-
,.. th i-L: r / 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns.. GermanSub next November's popular mit his claims for direct elec- period of presidential succes- tablished this than Johnson
,
-'. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials- into judgmenton tion to demonstrate that his is sion only a few months longer will have served of Kennedy'sunexPired
i : referendum a
,
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues.
to IJ; the Johnson administrationand not a "caretaker" adminis- than Johnson's made small term when he will

The Suns telephones: All Departments-372-8441 his own performance as tration, he has achieved that effort to identify himself as a submit his record to the elec-

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.. It required
a 'ymarkable
ship, 6:30: p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis -

d.si j. Secret of Farm Progress ArrivedOn COLORED NEWSB. Gill,,pastor reporter.; Mrs. Catherine Mc- man in his to own cast image the presidency so firmly

i, and so rapidly after the three
we Friendship Baptist S u nday
sr 3 Sydney Harris quotes Jonathan vides needed intellectual foundationsfor July 9, 1916 a daring, School 10 ajn.; and afternoon years of its identification with

iGarst (Khrushchev's Iowa farm America's foreign aid program. astonishing German submarine F. Childs, Colored, News Editor worship, 3:30 p.m. Elder Ru- John F. Kennedy, and in the
moved the harborat first stage of the worldwide
up
Fus Arm s t r ong, pastor; Mrs.
d ';host), that "from the technological ,Schultz demolishes some of the Norfolk then proceeded to NOTE OF THANKS tion of' Miss Marva Wyche, the Mary Hall, reporter.Mt. mourning for Kennedy's tragic

: and malnutrition Baltimore and docked. Her death that will not soon abate.
standpoint" hunger dogmatic beliefs about agriculture We, the family of Mrs. Mary Reddick Community Youth Carmel Baptist Youth
cargo was dyes and chemi- Choir and also Bartley Temple Forum today, 7:30 and But Johnson is a remarkableman.
p.m.
;could be eliminated from the world. which to improve Martin, wish to thank our many
hamper attempts cals. It was the Deutschland.The for their flow Youth Choir. also both choirs Nos. 1 and 2 He proved this I by his

I IE :fie seems to conclude that, .if the farm productivity. He shows con voyage was one of the ers friends and cards received beautiful duringour The speaker during the even- will have their rehearsal and extraordinary skill in getting

E moral decision were made to eliminate vincingly that farmers, in, poor coun- spectacular events of that bereavement. The family. ing worship at 5:30 p.m. will be Ushers' Board No. 2 meets at from a Senate, in which his

\ .. hunger, the task could be ac- tries often are quite efficient in the first great world war, toward Jacob Chatman, a minister of 7:30 pjn. Choir No. 3 will rehearse party followers were divided

1 .."complished, in a relatively short use of the resources, they have at which events were moving Bethel Baptist Church,. from tomorrow at 7 pjn., and the first significant ant I-
(. this The of CARD OF THANKS Jacksonville. He is also study- also Teachers' Meeting, 7:30 discrimin a t Ion measures
country.
time. hand. Rather than being lazy, waste- audacity !
the submarine's commanderand Mrs. Gussie Ross wishes to ing at Florida Memorial College pjn.; and both choirs Nos. 1 since reconstruction, end in

*> ful and improvident, they tend to be thank the members of the Juve- leading to a B. A. degree. and 2 will have their joint rehearsal -I inducing a Democratic Congress -

; :; It isn't that simple, and the barriers hard-working frugal and economicin appealing crew excited the to nation then, nile Lodge No. 113 for their surprise The following choruses will again Friday, 8 p.m. I to cooperate constructively -
especially a
\ to the goal are not just a mat- their operations. very considerable .proGerman go-away gifts., Miss A L. appear in the services; Shiloh Rev. T. A. Wright, pstor; Mrs. with a Republican Pres-

Her of human cussedness or selfish- sentiment. The officers Simmons president; Mrs. Gus- Baptist Youth Choir, from Pal- Esther W. Hamm, reporter.Mt. ident. But full national com-

sie Ross. atka; Hopewell Baptist Youth Pleasant MethodistThe prehension of these and other
,ness. The problems of education to What they lack is not so much and crew were freed and lion-
% Choir from Ocala; Greater Bell senior choir will have its rehearsal natural talents of leadershipwas
make application of the new farm ,more capital as "experts"think ized. It was the first of two
many
Methodist Youth Choir, from tomorrow 7:30 p.m. J. limited by the scope of
technology possible are staggering. but different kinds of capital, voyages. The Deutschland returned NEWBERRY Youth Services NEWS Set Brooker; Johnson Chapel Youth C. Rawls, president; Richard I his Senate office and the vice ..

:The United States and other industrial "new factors of production," as discharging again a on second November cargoat 1, Youth Day Day services will be Choir, Mt. Carmel Youth Choir, Parker, organist. presidency, important as

? countries have not done as Schultz calls them. The proportion of New London, Connecticut.She conducted at the Mt. Zora Bap- Emanuel and also Hopewell Baptist Baptist Youth Youth Choir these are.

could do and should the factors is and above tist Church with Rev. LeRoy
PERSONALSMiss
much as they important departed at midday and, Choir, all of this city. NOW SUPPLIED
"do much ,more, but nothing is gained all, the human factor must be up- submerging well outside the Thomason, pastor, in charge on Mar y L. Thomas, of cruel stroke, of by with a
destiny
*by underestimating the difficultiesof graded through education.For harbor, again escaped Allied Sunday. Thomasville, Ga., is vacation- the of
the
societies. ships lying in'wait for her and Everyone is invited. Robert VOTERS LEAGUE ing here for a week with her powers presidencythat

transforming peasant returned safely to Bremen.She Williams, reporter. MEETING TODAYAll sister, Mrs. Lillie Johnson and he was denied by the
;>ad 10tiling is gained by jumping some people, agricultural pro- registered voters are other relatives. normal electoral pro cess,

in with bvr programs until workable gress is a simple matter of ideology. was the only German urged to come to the Recrea- Mrs. Clara Young returned Johnson is exercising their
ship to reach harbors dur- CALL MEETING PLANNEDThe
our
methods of implanting the new tech- They think the private family farmis ing that war. Britain's controlof Uniform and tion Center today at 8 p.m. for here yesterday from Rome Ga., powers in a protem political
Company the April meeting of the Alachua where she was the guest of her performance cf many diverse
nology art 'veloped. the sure route to success, whereas the sea was absolute. Soon Ushers' Board Lodge No. 113 Voters roles. One day he Is the
County League. aunt, Mrs. Nancy. Speed for a
the large, collectivized farm is a thereafter Germany began un-' will hold a joint call business Voting procedure for the May week. patient arbitrator of a stub-

The United States has invested sure route to failure. Others, includ- restricted submarine warfare, meeting at the home of Charlie primary will be given out duringthe Miss Mattie Murrell and Miss born and protracted manage-

$100-billion-plus in aid to foreign ing many in the poor countries, have and the sinking of the Lusi- Ross, of 704 SW 6th Terrace course of this monthly meet- .Annie Mae Jones, both of Sara- ment-labor dispute which
tania in August, with tragic today, April 15, at 8 p.m. threatens to culminate in the
sota arrived here
countries since World War II. At been susceptible to Communist yesterday as
prop- ing.There
The dues taxes and Grand
loss of life, did much to harden will be sample ballotson guests of Miss Jones' relativesfor collapse of the national econ-
'first the aid outright relief for aganda and look the collective
was upon Union Assessments are to be
sentiment
against her. hand to explain to persons two weeks. omy. The next he is coercinga
-war-wrecked countries. Then it was farming as the only answer. paid during the meeting.
who will need further information Mrs. Willie Mae Douglas balky Congress with a hIgh-

-pump-priming capital for rebuilding THAT FIRST cargo was val- Chester Shell, chairman. i left yesterday for Atlanta, Ga., ly professional mixture of

the economic systems of Europe The doctrine of big farms is wide- ued at $1 million. It contained ANNIVERSARY BEGINSThe !because of business. She will be ruthless arm-twisting and Cajolery

under the Marshall Plan. In the last. spread. Its proponents argue that 3,042 wooden boxes packed pastor, Rev. W. A. Miles I FLORIDA PRINTERS I away for a week. in which the rewardsand
with 500 tons of dyes. The i Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Maxwell punishments at his dis-
dozen years or so the aim has been farming units must be large enoughto of the Greater.Ft. Clark Baptist ORGANIZEA -
November shipments were and son Joe all of Wash- posal im-
are unmistakably
l two-fold-(1)( military beefing up use the new machinery. Schultz Church is leading an anniversary group of Florida printersand
valued at $10 million and both i ington, D. C., whc5 visit here plied.
for U.S. allies holding key strategicareas finds that these over-simplified prin- were: ,snapped up by eager celebration and starting'til yesterday -: printer publishers orga- 'and Jacksonville &gas been pleasant -
; lasting Sunday. nized in Orlando last week in
especially in Asia; and (2) ciples are misleading. For example, buyers. The schedule of services is as I an effort to meet the growing were flown to their home Another day, the President

trying to speed up economic progressin Japanese agriculture has made great The jfcRKtt&c 's two jour- follows: Today at 8 p.m., the needs confronting the Negro yesterday.Mrs. is dangerously relaxing from

poor countries. progress with small, farms. The neys are KZTZ significant in services will be conducted jointly printer and publisher in Florida Mary H. Norwood, of the ex officio confinement of

"pseudo-indivisibility" of the tractor the history of the American by Rev. H. K. Kinsey, pastorof today. Tallahassee, passed through his native high spirits by drive

chemical and dye industry Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist The organization was named Gainesville yesterday en routeto ing an automobile as if he
Economic aid to countries has has misled including the Rus-
many with
poor were a juvenile a hot-rod.
visit
than anywhere else. Few people Church, and congregation; Florida Printers and Publishers with her sister Mrs.
been receiving major emphasis then sians, in their emphasis on big farms. today recall the visit'of the I Thursday at 8 p.m., the services Association. Garth Reeves, edi- Carrie N. Smith, and other rel- Still another day, and the

only a few years, and it is no wonder Actually, tractors can be made to underwater craft converted I will be conducted jointly by Rev. tor-publisher of The Miami atives at Daytona Beach. President is impulsively open-
ing the of the White
that mistakes have, been made. The order and can be combined in farm temporarily into a merchant James, pastor, and congregation Tunes, was elected president at Willian Andrews, of Ocala, House gates
grounds to of
task of bringing modern technologyto ing in a variety of ways. vessel. The duPont company of the Wesley Chapel Methodist the meeting, held at the Sadler passed through Gainesville yesterday tourists that has a Happened roup '
Church from Arreonda and Hotel. en route to Jacksonville.
in a later article titled "T h e ;
traditional societies and generat- tnen
along; leading them in
Autobiography of American Friday at 8 p.m., the services David C. Collington, assistant
an -
ing economic growth is not easy. Schultz makes a strong plea for Enterprise," speaks will also be conducted jointlyby director of public relations at an inspection of the august

scientific reasoning instead of dogmaas frankly and ,revealingly of I Rev. G. G. McArthur pastor the Florida A & M University, bituatitJOIN premises. But when the oc-

The political forces in the newly a basis for farm, policy. :More that period. It is described as I a.a congregation. Sunday, Sun- was invited to serve as public casion demands a show of the

independent countries usually have power to him; it is an uphill battle "Science S a h ar a." "The School, 10 a.m. with McKinley relations officer for the newly dignity befitting his great
Cook, superintendent, in charge organized association. (CRIPP) McCRAY office, no president has ex-
Deutschland and what it ; :
pushed toward grandiose symbols of even in the "enlightened" U. S. stood celled him.
for shocked the nation." and there will be a program at I The EPPA will meet quarterly Final rites for John McCray,
ouch steel mills
modernization as 3 p.m. Rev. W. A. Miles, pastor; with the next meeting tenta- of 321 NW 8th Street, will be When Johnson's acute

big dams, new multi-story buildings, Economic growth in the farm sec- When the Deutschland airrived Mrs. Mayola Chatman, reporter. ,tively scheduled for Daytona conducted Thursday at 4 pjn. perception apprises him political
this
etc. These projects often have been tor of the, poor countries, says country was not at Beach, July 11. Plans are to from the Mt. Pleasant M. E. that he has left himself vulnerable -
But it
nation
wasteful and have done little to Schultz, depends primarily on the ed war.for chemicals was a and starv- BARTLEY TEMPLEThe have the meeting at Bethune- Church with the Rev. W. M. to criticism, he

stimulate real economic growth. availability of new factors of The dyes. I I Bartley Temple Methodist Cookman College with Wesley Ferguson officiating. Intermentwill shrewdly turns the tables on
pro- largest hosiery mill in
Church will sponsor its Brothers Printers as host. follow in the Mt. Pleasant
duction-new methods seeds the country had but half a bar- his critics with a home-spun
new Youth Day Officers
on Sunday, April elected were: Presi- Cemetery.The .
A new book by Theodore W. new fertilizers, new machinery, etc. thousands rel of dye,of with hundreds of ,26. The schedule of services is dent, Garth Reeves, Miami; family and friends are to mantle wisecrack of or the by drawing presidency the

I Schultz, professor of economics ,at The secret is to develop these factors stockings 'wait- as follows: Sunday School con- vice-president Emmanuel Wes- meet at the home of Mr. Mc- around him, according to the
to be
:. the University of Chicago throws and produce them cheaply so that ing were dyed.discussing Textile old journals for-- ,ducted by the youths, 9:45: a.m., ley, Daytona Beach; secretary, Cray at 3:15 pjn. to form the occasion. And in these shifting -

light on the factors affecting agricultural they are profitable. That's a simple mulas for extraction of dyes !and The ends at 11 a.m. James L. Bruton, Tallahassee; cortege to the church. Hughes roles as a Lincoln tryingto
speaker during the, morn- treasurer, Mrs. M. A. Hall-Wil- & Chestnut Funeral Home in
: development. The book, idea but it, is often forgotten even from tree bark. The nation, ing worship at 11 a.m. will be liams, West Palm Beach; state charge. bind up the nation'iwounds

-'Transforming Traditional Agricul-, by Americans who ought to know soon to become the greatest James Allen ,Gloster presidentof coordinator, Linnell DuPree, as a Jackson whip-
I
ture" (Yale University Press), proVoice better from their own experience. world power, did not have a the Youth Council of the National Tampa; and director of public JOHN WILLIAMS ping his party and congressto
his will Theodor
chemical history. Association for the Advancement relations David C. Collington, John Williams of 1010 'N.W. Roosevelt defying, as a :

Britain had led the world of Colored People.He Tallahassee. 5th Ave., a pioneer citizen of presidential

: for'centuries with indigo dyes.In is also a student at the Uni-' Alachua County, died Monday conventions, he still man
to remain
of the 1856 an Englishman,discovered versity of Florida. The music CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSSpring following a sudden illness. ages Lyndon B
for this occasion will be furnished Hill Johnson, the poor country boy
People a process for making a Baptist Sunday Duncan Brothers, morticians,
A dye from coal tars. by Lincoln High School I School, 10 ajn.; morning worship will announce funeral arrange- from the wide Southwest the

Junior Chorus, under the direc 11 a.m.; and evening wor- ments later. Alger hero who bettered him-
self in the admired Americanway.
:0n The Sun's Opinion BUT IT WAS Germany that :
PageOpinions = .
... took this lead and built on it.

end comment of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voict of the People column. Letters( By 1900 there were six German .

must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will bo withheld, if requested. A letter shouldnot l dye firms employingmore
exceed 500 words and mutt be written .n only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. TKo than 300 research chemists Boiled Peanuts and ,
Sun intent.reserves the right to reject j any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or and almost as many engineers Swamp Cabbage

and technologists, and

Jackass BrayOr immortality and divine nature the opinion of some is a con- some 18,000 workers. Both (From the, Congressional Record. as exhumed by the New The CHAIRMAN. The gentleman from Florida wit proceed
of Christ, even this 1964th tradiction of terms. They England and America were Yorker Magazine) ,
Mr. MATTHEWS. Mr. Chairman I
to eel-
an Amen? year after Christ, gives the view that Christianity depre- for some reason content to leagues If will in the cloakroom, may wifi say be my
you go we delighted
greater weight to the heavenly sates the intellect and appealsto buy what they required. Mr. :MATTHEWS. There ,
EDITOR. Sun: Let's ask a t are 1,560,000 acres of peanuts that to furnish you these samplesMr.
tribe. It takes incredible the emotion it
question before considering the an ; neglects German know-how in this 'are planted under the acreage allotment provisions, but these HAGEN of California. Mr. Chairman, will the gentle-
question posed by the April amount of credulity forman facts 'and appeals to credul- field was a war asset. Coal 3,000 acres are planted by boys in school and by small farm man yield?
to rationalize he "irrational" Is
is ity. Christianity anti-intel-
6 editorial. Question: Is man tar derivatives also producednew ers and are sold as a vegetable at football games and baseball Mr. MA'ITHEWS. I yield to my distinguiebed friend, fee(
; in fact it is impos- lectual? Or are these charges,
an animal, or an immortal instead high explosives: Here, games and so on. gentleman from California (Mr. HAGEN).
sible and if is
to so do man simply an indicationof
soul created in the image of not the .also, Germany led* the world They are sold'green on the market, in the chainstores, and Mr. HAGEN of California. I will say to the distinguished
rational why are we even abysmal ignorance of
The solution of the there are two or three small industrial plants that have been i
God? and
discussing the matter? the nature of true Christianityon was encouraged to go to gentleman from Florida (Mr. MATTHEWS) that I want t I
question, "Is man a rational because of developed as a result of canning these peanuts to sell in
war this ad-
stipulate that these
the peanuts are not Yankee In
For one to "well, the part of its opponents? approved. fact
say the stores
animal? can only be logically vantage. Coal tar derivative grocery the pigeons on Capitol Hill would not eat them. I threw
evidence "seems to 'say. that Have the educators bet-
considered when ones any research :Mr. GROSS. Mr. Chairman, will the gentleman yield?
he (man) is (rational) and ter statement of the of produced, too, syn- some of them out to the pigeons and they would net eat
slope
Mr. MATTHEWS I
position on this first questionis thetic perfumes and medi- am delighted to yield to my friend, the them. .
known.Is that he isn'tcould be the fruitful thought than outlinedby gentleman from Iowa (Mr. GROSS).
cines. 't First
During
a World
man of a genus, shall we result of a neutral position on Paul when he said, "Fin- War novocain which Mr. GROSS. The last time our distinguished friend had this "Mr, MATTHEWS. The only consolation I can get from tb*.
the question first considered ally, brethem, whatsoever only gentleman is to say that since there wili be no competitionwith
say, a little higher than the the Germans could make sold bill on the floor of the House he had some free samples.Did .
,
jackass, or of a celestial gen- above. things ,are TRUE whatso-7 for $1,600 pound. the gentleman bring any free samples today? the wonderful vegetables which come from the State of
per Only California I know
us, "a little lower than theangels" We risk being classified as ever things are HONORABLE!, knew how Mr. MATTHEWS. Sir, if one of the pages will get my black the gentleman will support my bill.
Europeans to draw
I ? Putting it another "anti-intellectual", in completely whatsoever things are JUST, nitrogen out of the air. briefcase, I have them here. The reason I,did not offer these Mr. Chairman, the taste of a boiled peanut is unique. L'

way, when the Supreme Court agreeing with the edi- whatsoever things are PURE, We samples is because some of my friends said after tasting the peanut were air conditioned, it would taste like an arti-
i still tied to
were Chilean
outlawed school prayer, was torial statement that "educational whatsoever things are LOVE- ni- them that they did not like them.I choke. It tastes like a dehumidified artichoke.Mr. .

L it forbidding a jackass a pious results must be measured LY, whatsoever things areof rates tilizers.for In explosives and fer- am going to ask one of the pages if they will please, to Chairman, during the depression days many of us remember -
peace-time
bray, or an earthb o u n d in terms of ultimate im- GOOD REPORT: if there cost iodine distribute these peanuts. I certainly hope, Mr. Chairman, we having eaten swamp cabbage. I do not know whether ,
cherub the right to pray? pact on behavior not be any virtue and if there be $5 a pound. In war it was can pass this legislation because I am about out of free sample the Members of the Committee are familiar with these \

'- It is impossible to prove byempiric in terms of fact tests and any praise, THINK on thesethings" almost unobtainable at any peanuts.I huge palm trees, but when you cut them down you take out I

-Ii';' methods that man is memory quizzes," by affirming ? price. Silk cost what the Japanese have here Mr. Chairman, a can. They are already open the heart of the palm tree, that is the cabbage. If a boiled

not a creation of God as it is that Christian, faith has Man is not a rational ani- said it was worth. Rub- this time. The last time'You had to get a can opener. peanut were dehumidified, you would have that swamp cab ::

just as impossible to absolutely' for centuries furnisheda mal, he is a rational beingmade ber was pegged by Britain. Mr. GROSS. If my friend will yield furtherMr. bage taste, a crunchy, delightful taste. :

prove man is God's crea- range of things on which "in the image of God". The war showed how fatal MATTHEWS. Yes. sir, but just 1 minute,. if you will Incidentally, Mr Chairman, in district
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gon. Each position is one of man is invited even chargedto this sort of situation could my you can get this
Choose your own doxologyfor be. let me get these ready for distrubuUon in the cloakroom delightful swamp cabbage. And, if there
faith.Observation of man at think so vast as to furnisha this letter-will it be an The Deutschland dramatized :Mr. GROSS. I would suggest that they be eaten over there. them at the Sea Island Hotel in Cedar you Key,go Fla. If you get ,

times may seem to confirmthe full curriculum of study fora earthly Heehaw, or a responsive -' It. In 1916 our people went to Mr. MATTHEWS. Is it proper, sir, to suggest that the Mem- some money there, tell them that Congressman BILLY you spend ;-

jackass genus, but the lifetime. Amen? work, creating our dynamic, bers go m the cloakroom and sample them? THEWS sent you.J MAT-
fiistorkaj evidences, of the ,THINKING .Christian inA ,OBSERVER expanding economy. ., 7 :
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HAROLD RUMMEL the free enterprise system will \ \
Son Staff Writer continue." \ "Super-Right" Quality Heavy Western Beef

The end. of the Florida East t Thornton said the unions now (! ............,..
Coast Railroad strike could be: are anxious to settle the strike
l j'ij; Close

t the the the,road end United of said States free here enterprise, an yesterday.officer in of, industry."stranglehold"because it's threatening on the railroad their r' li lj 'j ; C L U B Trimmed 87 C

Or it could be a beginning he "We didn't know how muchfeatherbedding Lb. : .
told members of the Gainesville there was until
Rotary Club. this strike," he said. He told

The ead hasn't arrived. of the jobs that have been eliminated -' I

Winn- Thornton vice president C IJ BED Lb87 C

clapped,of hard the strike-torn at monopolistic railroad un to It operate used the to Rotarians.the take FEC 2,100, Thorntontold Now people it :

ionism .and..the support that he takes only 850.
said it draws from the feder-
He said that where it used to Special! Jane Parker Delicious

aI'railroad's al'government.' .union fight pictured as alsoa his take make three a run five-man between crews Jackson to Top 8 7(

fight with government.policy. ville and Miami, it now takes ROUND es.:
The FEC strike has been goIng only one four-man crew. APPLES Lb.
,on for more than 400 days.
"The labor organizations are
It started after the FEC refused "
worried he said. Thornton
to sign a contract negotiated -claimed that they have solicited
nationally.FEC and gotten aid from the U.S. Close (
trains quit running for to halt the strike T.BONE 87

10 out.The days federal at the government start of the refus-walk- the government and railroad maintain industry.their position in P i IES Lb* :d.

When the railroad proved it
ed to appoint an emergency
board to make inquiries and ne could operate without the union -
Then the it had broken the union's Close C
gotiate the dispute.
railroad began flaunting the un- power to coerce the railroad. Mb.8Or.. SIRLOIN TrimmedLb 87
non-union The unions then succeeded in 3 $100
ion by building crews .
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and Thornton restarting said. its operation, getting appointed a federal, he board said.of inquiry Pies i .

Today, according to Thorn The Board recommended that
ton, the railroad is able to the federal government boycott
the FEC and that it recommend
make all the needed freight All Flavors Marvel
runs in spite of union boycottsand that all its contractors boycottit Special: SWANSON'S ALL VARIETY 11 0%. pkg. SUPER RIGHT TOP QUALITY FRESH FROZEN HEADLESS

sabotage.He "The, according government to Thornton.was advocating T.V. DINNERS EACH 59c BACON Lb. 49c SHRIMP u, 79c .
railroad's
said the suc-the extortion" he said. I C MEATY.
cess in retaliating against ce ream SUPER RIGHT ALL MEAT SUPER RIGHT WESTERN CAP'N JOHNS FROZEN FRENCH FRIED
Thornton said the move
"an isolated
union's strike has blown
dispute over wages be- would have cost the FEC an FRANKS Lb. Pkg. 49c SPARE RIBS lb. 39c Fish Sticks 3 10-oz. pkgs. $1
railroad and the estimated $7-$8 million in busi-
small
tween a
issue of whether ness every year. And it would 1
unions into the n have___ cost____ the_ federal government / Gal SSe Save At A&P! "Super-Right" Short Shank Fully ((12 to 16lb.) Avg.
about$2-$3 million more to 2 ,Ctn.:
other transportation."If .
Dr. AlirensTo use
we can expect this from WholeSpecial

Head UF totalitarianism the government, then we are than in far a labor many closer dispute to of- r- -ofiftlb rz11: I COO KED HAM Half or 49c


t us realize," he declared.He LB.I .
Loan Fund said another move-by the i I: STAMP, l li _
Justice Department would With this coupon and purchase of.
i I i : Ann Page Tomato Special: Ann Page Elbow Thin or Reg. Minute Maid Frozen Orange
Dr. Maurice R. Ahrens assistant have fired all non union Mrs. Filberts Com Oil I-lb. Ctn. I

dean of the UF Collegeof workers.It ,: Margarine ............ 39c l Ketchup 2 H-OZ. Btls. 33c Spaghetti 2 M.D. Pkgs. 37c DELIGHT 3 i2-oz. cans $1 1 1I
Education has been namedto was stopped by a federal I Jax. 4-11-44 ;
: Coupon good througn Saturday, April II
head the Gainesville Scholar court. : I l Special!: Ann Page Pure Strawberry Puffin Buttermilk Liquid Detergent
Fund fcr the He talked also of sabotage
ship and Loan
coming year. against FEC facilities that has t.. --,----------------------N--_-.- Preserves 2-u>. jar 69c Biscuits 3 a-o*. can 25c CORAL one Quart 39c.
Also elected at the annual been blamed on union people. : c
meeting of the board of directors "Iy's similar to conditions of
early this week were WilliamB. a few years ago when protection 50&\1'1' PLAID 1 1E FRESH GREEN CALIF.ROCCOLI.
Reynolds, vice president; rackets flourished. He i STAMPS tl
Mrs. Thaxton Springfield, secretary slapped at law enforcement agencies I "
and Robert Barnhart, for not halting it untila l With this coupon and purchase of I Bunch 29C "
treasurer. blown only 15 -
train was up Ban Roll-On! Large Bottle I.i
The new officers will terms.take miles from a spot where Presi- Deodorant ............ 73c
office July 1 for one year
Ahrens, and Miss dent Lyndon B. Johnson was Jax. 4-1S-44 I Iif FRESH GREEN c,' :.
Reynolds speaking in late February. Coupon oood Through Saturday April 11 IE v ;'
Katharine Dantzler were re- f
Within three weeks three men 1!
elected to two-year terms on --------------------------
were in jail. A fourth was arrested -
the board of directors duringthe ---- CABBAGE Lb. 5cr
a short time later. :
luncheon meeting. l
They tried to blow up abridge \ R
William K. Stevens, chairmanof ;' } we
.
he said.A PLAID !
the selection and awards com- LARGE CRISP ICEBERGLETTUCE
federal task force that was
mittee, said, 40 applications for STAMPS
scholarships for fall, 1964 have ordered by the president caughtthe
i With this
been received from students who men. coupon C ._. ,
will_graduate from Gainesville! Thornton pictured the strikeas I Ban Cream 3 2 Head 29 esy
and Alachua County high moving into its last phase. Deodorant1 ..'J' -'
schools in June. He pointed out The way it ends and whetherthe Coupon good tttrougn Jax.
that this represents a very large final settlement favors un- l
increase over last year with ionism or industry, will show aa aSWEET VINE RIPENED LARGE
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growing school enrollments in- the future path of the entire
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dicating still more increases in country's free enterprise sys- .
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the future. Applications are in tem he contended.
the 'process of being evaluatedand i PLAID (
awards will be made in CANTALOUPES 39
June.Results. = STAMPS .1
from the annual fund I coupon and purchase of
drive held recently show a substantial 1 3-or. Jar _
increase in and V '* No
group wpntfer t Instant Tea 69c ";:
individual support for the project louts Seafarfc shrimp Jax. 4-1144 f ..
according to Dr. Ahrens, Coupon gooo through Saturday April II "ri
chairman for the current drive. i i PAPER BATHROOM CRYSTAL ,
85 "Patron 'ook it just Hk* ._ I
Approximately -
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i Members" were reported by =::: Kleenex Delsey Rubbing :,
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Miss Dantzler, chairman of the i 1
committee to secure individual .. .
-
memberships. Persons wishingto &ba PLAID I
cooperate in this project may a e TOWELS TISSUE ALCOHOL ,
do so by mailing contributionsto I With thl* coupon and purcnase of t 01 II -
Robert Barnhart, treasurer, I Betty Food. Crocker Lemon Coconut.Yellow Dark White.Choc Devils of Pi M l .
P. 0. Box 15354, Gainesville. Choc. Coconut. *.I
------1 ':! Cake Mixes ........... : 2 Re g. 39' 89' Pint 1 1O ?
.- Lemon Velvet 11-oz. pk Rolls Rolls
H J+x. 4-H-64 22 118 Bottle
Vote for Qualification ; .J j I


Study each candidate, their backgrounds, I
business experiences, educational training
civic interests, teaching records and
Green Giant Tender Nabisco Premium Dicker Instant Mashed ave Only PI
you'll cast your vote on May 5th for. : Betty u ) a! ScamPs
Saltines ...............Mb. Box 29c Potatoes ........ 6V2-oz. Pkg. 35c a_ ?. : Get Fine Gifts Faster. '

T HARRY EVANSfor Sweet Peas Strietmann Zesta Betty Crocker Crab Meat & Herb KE WEAr ATLANTIC t PAQFIC TEA COMTANT, MC
-I : : : Saltines ...............Mb. Box 29c Biscuits ........ 17r -oz. Pkg. 93c

of Public Instruction Mb., 1-oz. Can 23 C Northern Bathroom Betty Crocker Tuna & Herb j ; 1
Superintendent Pel.Adv.There's Tissue .................... 4 Rolls 39c Biscuits ........ 17112-oz. Pkg. 63c

Northem Paper Betty Crocker Chicken&Herb '
Green Giant Towels ............ 2 Reg. Rolls 41 c Biscuits ........ ITVz-oz. Pkg. 93cCap't
Golden Whole l Kernel
Prices In this Advertisement are good through Saturday April It.
Meat Can
Stnr-Kist Ught Kitt 6Vi-oz.
NIBLETS CORN Chunk Tuna .... 6-oz.! can 35c Tuna for Cats ............ 2 for 25c 601 sw 2nC Are.
CLOSE MON.THRU WCD. 7 P.M.
substitutefor Nabisco Shredded Blue PlateMayonnaise
no THURS.AND FRI.8 PM.
12oz.1 Can. 2 for 39C Wheat ........ ISV -o%. Pkg. 37c ........ Quart Jar 48c CLOSE CLOSE SAT 7P.M.
ENERGY!
Green Giant Green Giant Laundry Detergent Miracle WhippedMargarine Royal Redeem Your Coupon A&P!

I Whole Kemal FABILb. A-J Cleanser
a Mexicorn PEAS With Onions Puddings3'4oz.Picg..2for25C
Y i 4-oz. 3 Lb.1%_. 14-oz. 1 Mb.. 5-oz-

..and sugar provides U quickly! 23 29C 33C pkg.79C 29C 17 c 25c ..
I 12-oz. Can C 1 Mb.. 1-oz. Can Pkg. 1-1b. Pkg.

Redeem Your..Caupon at A&P! Redeem Your Coupon at A&P! Redeem Your Coupon at A&P Laundry Detergent Chicken of the Sea JOe off Label Heavy Duty
Detergent A-Jax Floor and WallCleaner
tr A-Jax Cleaner A-Jax Super Suds CHUNltTlJNA Reynolds Wrap

f 15-oz. 1-pt.l2-oz.

sugar 4k .71c 3-lb.. 1 i/4-oz.pkg J9c Mb. Pkg. 39C 2-lb.. 8-oz. pkg. 59c 6 Yz-OZ. Con, 3 for $1 18"x25-ft Roll 59CTells '



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LORD BRYON'S lustinessn ,+ s ; ff r Record Shop

SUNDRIES & COSMETICS Next to the Canton Restaurant
1223 W. University ': S : : 811 W. University Are
V4 Block Off The Campus i ___ Ph. 372.2728
The man who three years age f

started Wimpy's Drive-in with _
Read seven dollars and a few centsin f WHOLESALE McCALLUM

the cash register this June 1
The 504 N.W. 8th Ave._ .
10th will open a new Lord By- _

GainesvilleSun ron's drug store valued at over H Locker

100000. .. 3 ,3 4< Rentals- .I

Byron M. Reber Jr.
says his s
For The new Lord Byron's store at 1802 ,,, Beef ForFreezers

Latest InNews I W. University Avenue will have .; 7' For Prompt .:\ :
$45,000 worth of the most mod Delivery Call

ern equipment. In addition to a hw l lN < 372-5351
BEEF PATTIE SPECIALIST
sundries it will include pre 5.wwvY I 5
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Materials

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Exterior and Interior ContractorsFor

Blue HORNELumber Grass Tools

Heating & Air-Conditioninf

Co. Sheet Metal
2520 N.E. 18th Terrace
2303 N.W.6.4568 6th St. above is the temporary home of Lord Byrons Discount Sundries, located in the old Pi Kappa Phi house while their new loca Ph. FR 6-8282
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SERVICE CO. and the future Lord Byrons. spot for both/Btudents and town people.'

DEALER ,FOR, .. 1
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NATIONALLY ADVERTISED :ld; ,- r1rij WATER HEATERS
SEWING ,MACHINES '. New Location 4

815 WEST UNIVERSITY 6. ,..,.- k- _. ; RYALS
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Ph. 376.1075 .- f '4'1.. i PLUMBING, JNC.
',r: 'f 722 MAIN STREET

GAINESVILLE'SWurlitzer The new Lord Byron's drug The new Lord Byron's will' logy. Reber will-lease the build- FREE CUSTOMER PARKING

store will be one of the few employ 17 persons and will ca- ing from Creighton. k
Gainesville stores 24
Piano and Organ hours a day. The prescriptionpart open ter to university students and Lord Byron's, which is now

Dealer of the store will be ,the the residents on the western located in the old Pi Kappa

EARL'SPIANO only part to close. I side of Gainesville.The Phi house, was originally Uni- lY ae.

"Although we will close prescriptions building which will house versity Drugs. Reber purchased -
CO. at nine o'clock," Re I the new Lord Byron's will be the business from Grady

EARL SKUCE. Your ber says, "we will fill any owned by Dr John T. Creighton Bowen and kept it at its orig-
Authorized Dealer emergency prescriptions at any head of the University of inal site at 1223 W. University
702 W. University Ave. time of the day or. night. Florida Department of EntomoDiscount Ave. for 'a year.
Colonial Plaza .
PH. 372-2222 .-, -
Plenty of FREE Parking
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on new of Lord Byrons DUTCH TREAT DrugStore
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October Lord Byron'sbecame scriptions will be soM.at-a discount S ,In January;..1963 Reber became I ,
BECKUM'SOPTICIANS a discount store and assistant"manager for CleanFast
now offers a 40 per cent discount Aunt Jemina's -when Wim New FeaturesReber ,; t
Reber says he first developedthe : & i EconomicalPhone :
on all its merchandise, py's Drive In burned to the F., < '. .t'.'of. 372-S45S
with the exception of cigarettesand name Lord Byron's, as ground. ?: ; i,

22 W. University Ave. greeting cards. part of an advertising projectin The drive in was a successful ;
I Phone FR 6-3516 "We started the discounts," a class at the University of business and if I could PYROFAX OAS CORN!
Ether says, "to see how much Miami. be two says he hopes in a'' Reber said. will.do all the interior decorat 802 W. Univ. Avo.
places at once I wouldrun few
to be
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OFFICE( SUPPLIES people would buy and what Reber received a degree in another drive-in in the travel years to his Lord to add a Of the 17 people he will em-,!ing for the new store and will _

Furniture Equipment they would choose. The discounts industrial management from. same location as the o 1 dWiimpy's ron's. agency By ploy in his new store Reber put in all the equipment.
'WE MAKE RUBBER STAMPS" have suc the University of Miami in 1961. For Your Complete
proven very
Reber says. "During the two I was says he has already hired two Until he moves into his new
years
CALL 376.1217 FOR cessful.. After graduating from the University
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FAST FREE DELIVERY Reber has built a in the armed forces I traveled people. Jim Phillips will serve store on June 10th Reber will
The merchandise in
the he
new startedVunpy's new building on the site of the extensively in the Far East including in his prescription section and Needs
store, however will be sold at Drive In on East University old Wimpy's and, keep his present store opened
BILL CHESNUT the regular price and only Avenue. now leases it Korea, the Phillipines, Melvin Rosenthal, who presently from nine in the morning until Call
0. B. OGLETREE JR. pre to Chicfcin Treat !and Viet Nam, and I hope one: works for him, will be a eleven at night with the exception .
summer: I.will be able to travelin !salesman. of Fridays and Saturdays Howard Adams

Central Florida -- Europe then .I feel I will be I Reber says among the fear during which the store will remain "Bill" Campbell
able to tell people first hand tures of his new store will be! open until one in the
OFFICE SUPPLY1S29 something about ''some' of the a Xerox copying machine.The morning. On Sunday the store ADAM'S INSURANCE

HAWTHORNE ROAD places they may hope to visit," Barsco Supply Company will also be open all day. AGENCY
234 S.W. 4th A....
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Your BEAUTICIANCentral FRIES -Made Cover'sAnd
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B, Call-' TO HELP YOU. Modern Interior's KNITTING and
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BEAUTY SHOPS MARY'.TURNER'S 218 S.E. First St. Ncfthcentral Florida's FINISHING. .
105 ,N.W. 13th Leading Printer' PLUMBING CO. TRIM FREE
3729 W. University Arc. St. FR 6-4105 DRIVE-IN INSTRUCTIONS
311' N.W. 13th St. FR 2-8861 MONDAYS 1024 S.:A4ai* Street Phone 371.3501.0' 376-703 2031 N.W. 6th St. 625 W. University Av,.
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.i t *$ III DID 0 ED f n RflD City Club Leaders in FFWCWhen I Calendar Of Events I



Book TODAY, April 15 League of Women Voters
l installation of state offi- b Gainesville Bridge Club, Unit Meeting, 8 p.m., Mrs.
i cers for the Florida Federation 7:30 p.m. Holiday Inn. John E. Signor, 214 SW 40th
TODAY April 15 THE f fAfflIL Y YR.uth Women's Clubs takes place tomorrow Y z.av1 Gainesville Music Teachers Street.

in Jacksonville, duringan Association, 8 p.m., Utility
Girl Scout Prairie
Informal party honoring evening session in the George Operations Center, 555 SE Neighborhood
Miss Courtney West and her -_ Washington Hotel three Gain- Fifth ,Avenue. Meeting, 10 a.m.. Girl
fiance, Nath Culpepper Dough Weimer . Women's Editor esville women will be in the Scout House, 810 NW 8th
_University City Bridge
tie 5 to 7 p.m., Dr. and,Mrs. spotlight.One Street.
Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall,
Frederick E. Gehan and Dr. will be former 107 NW 15th Terrace. Gainesville Chapter 44,
a presi-
and Mrs. Wilse B. Webb at the Book Reviewers'Luncheon
Webb home, 405 NE Fourth dent of the state organization, C.B.E. and D.C.T. Classesof OES 8 p.m., Masonic Temple.
Avenue. and the other two are new offi- + fH Gainesville High School,
C
cers of the FFWC. l{ Employer-Employee Banquet, BY POPULAR

THURSDAY, April 16 Planned Mrs. J. H. Palmer, formerlyMrs. 7 p.m., Gainesville High i REQUEST .

Dinner honoring Miss Luci- J. W. McCollum, will be a School Cafeteria. FOR. A LIMITED TIME,
enne Pirenian and her fiance, the installing officer for the Democratic Women's Club, WE ARE CONTINUING(

Robert William Decker, ,6:30. Dr. Lester L. Hale, dean of Luncheon tickets are $1.25 per 1964-66 officers. Board Meeting, 8 p.m., Mrs. THE PRE-SEASON
p.m., Mr. and Mrs. J. Milton student affairs at the University -person. : Lyle N. McAlister, 2712 SW SPECIAL OFFER
Mrs. Mark W. Emmel will'take 5th Place.A .
Brownlee and Mrs. George E. of Florida, will be guest Members of the club are priv-
Evans, at the Brownlee home, speaker for the annual Book Re- ileged to bring husbands and office as president of the I a c h ua Classroom Teachers COLD WAVEfti
federation and Mrs. Charles B.
Glen Springs Road. viewers' Luncheon of the guests to this review. Association, Board'Meeting",
Dinner honoring Miss A nne Gainesville W n's Club Outen will assume the duties of 3:30 p.m., J. J. Finley Library.
0 m a Because the clubhouse is state corresponding secretary. I
Purvis, bride-to-be of Billie Wednesday, April 22. closed this week during the state Eight o'c 1 o c k Group of Uni- $$750
Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of Jack- Before Mrs. Emmel left for versity Women's Club Newcomers -
Dr. Hale will review the book, convention of the Florida Fed-
sonville, 6:30 p.m., Mr. and "Papa's Wife," by Thyra Bjorn. eratio, of Women's Clubs in Jacksonville, she and Mrs. 8 p.m., U iversity Women's
i Mrs. Latham Davis, 715 NW Palmer discussed plans for the Clubhouse. Mrs. Maxine Gad- INCLUDES
Reservations must be made by Jacksonville, it is imperativethat 1 HAIR
23rd. installation, which will take dum guest speaker. CUTSHAMPOO
Monday with Mrs. T. V. Lip- members make reservations I
Luncheon honoring Miss place during the final session. Testimonial dinner honoring'Mrs. SET
ham, who may be called eitherat by Monday with i
Courtney West, fiancee, of ,J. H. Palmer
her
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home or at the Gridley Mu- Mrs. Lipham, Mrs. Albert C. Mrs. Palmer, widely knownas : on eight
Nath., Cui Mrs.pepper Robert Doughtie West and, 1pjn. sic Store in the Gainesville Shop- Edgar, chairman of the divis- "Aunt Carrie," is the only ieth birthday, 7 p.m., Univer- EVES by AppointmentPHONE

ping Center. i ion of literature, announced. Gainesville woman who has sity Inn, St. Patrick Woman'sClub
Priscilla
her daughter, Miss _
hostesses.THURSDAY 372-1575
West 1205 SW 11th Avenue. r previously served as state fed- w- ASK ABOUT OUR
I SPECIAL
Bridesmaids luncheon honoring eration president. Her term was April 15 PRICE ON HAIR CUTS

Miss Kathy Spinks, bride.: Degrees AwardedAt from 19191921. After Five O'clock Group of HOUSE of BEAUTY

elect of Jim Springer Borck, 3 Today's session included an University Women's Club, 8 i,:
p.m., Mrs. Alex Smith, HolidayInn. Awards Luncheon and fashion p.m., Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz, host-'! 2300 N.W.Bird.6th St. et 23rd

show presented by the winnersof ess, President's Residence. I
PHT Banquet"Bon the district sewing contests.An .
FRIDAY 17
April
address by Rev. Byron Wilk-
Rehearsal dinner honoring
Miss Clara Frances Tuttle and .inson, pastor of the Hatcher Sirs. Mark W. Emmel, left, and Mrs. J. H. Palmer,

her fiance, William Bancroft Voyage" was the theme retty, Ruth S. Melloh, Marilyn Memorial Baptist Church of discussing the state convention of the Florida Federa
Weaver of Coral Gables, 7:30 for the University of Florida Phillips, Judith A. Scott, Lucy I.Richmond, is also scheduled. tion of Women's Club now in session in Jacksonvilleat

p.m., Mrs. Bert C. Riley, Hol- Dames 'Pushing Hubby Strickland, Agnes Sutton and the Emmel home.MU One Group
iday Inn.Rehearsal. Through' Banquet held recentlyin Joy Ward, Education.
the Student Service Center. JuniorAssembly
dinner h o n oring
Paula Bossard, ,Judith B.
Miss Lucienne Pirenian, and Travel posters were used in Early SpringDRESSES
Cain, Myrna L. Dayton, Jean r
decoration and sailboats filled
his son, Robert William Decker Floyd, Carol Goldberg, Judith Jr G
with the table
diplomas were
7:30 p.m., Elroy Lyman Ham, Barbara E. Kinser Beni-
Decker of Miami Shores, Hotel appointments. ta R. Margolis, Gail, CaroZta -
Medical Dames sponsored the
Thomas. R. Margolis, Gail Negin, Car-
event with Mrs. Brian F. Davisas
Miscellaneous shower feting i
olyn Nichol, Bobbie Patray,
chairman. She was assistedby Final dance of the will
Miss Virginia Davis, bride- Marion Pierce, Bayly Poole, year
elect of John Matthew Fed- Mrs. Al Stanley, Mrs. Rich- Janet Register, Louise Stevenson be given by the Junior Assemly -

ison, 8 p.nr, Mrs. Howard D. ard Parker and Mrs. Larry I Sandra Upton, Mary Ann for children of members Fri- "" ,". ." Junior and Regular Sizes
Wallace, Mrs. John Feaster, Holder. I Meter, Pat Voight, Daine R. day from 7 to 10:30 p.m. at the '" '

Mrs. Ray Shirley and Mrs. L. Mrs. Russell Chubb, out-going' Whitney, Benita Zimmerman, Gainesville Woman's Club, West .i, ,:" ; -: Specially PricedUse
Dames introduced ,- ,
president, :
Avenue.
R. Arrington at the Wallace Engineering; Ann Bernos, Lois University
home, 1812 SW 36th Place. special guests, and Mrs. Dale Fuerst and Dalyte Hartsough, The Assembly win entertain Central Charge
Alam, Mrs. J.
Rehearsal dinner honoring president-elect. Health Related Services. with an informal dinner-dance
Miss Kathy Spinks and her Hillis Miller gave the invocation.i featuring the theme, "Paris in THE UNEXPECTED Free Parking Rear of Store

fiance, Jim Springer Borck, by Degrees Awarded Nancy Cherry, Amy Delia, the Spring." Dress will be infor
the bridegroom's parents, Mr. Emelyn S. Gilmore, Anne L. mal. FROM FORD
and Mrs. T. J. Borck of Dade Mrs. Wayne F. Sandefur, out Heflin, Bette Markham, ,and Parents are invited to attendan itiIIown &

City, Holiday Inn. going Dames sponsor assistedby Lynn Mary Meeker, Journalismand open house Friday from 5 to fi'kl. !
Mrs. Sidney Cherry, a member Communications. atSHAW l130uege aop
7 to the decorations.Mrs. .
SATURDAY, April 18 of the Journalism Dames, p.m. see
presented PHT degrees to the I Nancy Caldwell, Carol Clark, George Jones will serve as
Wedding of Miss Clara I following: Karen Dakan, Theresa Graham, hostess for the afternoon. & KEETER .',- '
Frances Tuttle, daughter of Rose Marie Armour, Gudrun Betty, Hovis, DIanne Johnston, Pictures taken .at, previous ,, ... 201 W. University Ave Dial FR 2-46C-5
Mr., arid 'Mrs. Frank W., Tut- Jornemisza, Sally Brown: Mary Martha Marky, Carol*H. Moore; i dances of the Assembly will be I i3w.. UNIVERSITY AVE.

tle, and William Bancroft Gilliard, Sandra Gay ,Lokitz, Barbara Pearce and Eleanor :available at the open house
Weaver of Coral Gables, son Mary Malo, Bonnie ,Mitchell lose, Law. hour and during the dance. SHOWING APRIL 17th -

of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wil- and Serrill H. Wilcox, Agricul- '.
liam B. Weaver, 10 a.m., Holy ture.

Trinity Episcopal Church, followed Susan Buzzell, Wendy Cullan, d
by reception in the Par- Kary Lamb, Kay Luger, MaryE. ,

ish House. ,. Richardi, Shirley S. Rodri- '. .
Bridesmaids luncheon hon- quez and Tobie Stitt, Architecture I:>: 1- -- '. --m r WHITE I II

oring Miss Virginia Kay Da- and Fine Arts. Our merry mixmatchestake

vis, bridetobe of John Mat- Mary Lucille Anderson, Joyce, to fun, sun, and travel, I
thew Fedison, 12:30 pjn. Mrs. Bertness, Barbara Brandes, with ease. And the little I

Allen DeLaney, Gainesville Marilyn M. Cook, Diane Geith- prices make them real ward-
Golf and Country Club. man, Sylvia Hencey and PaulaM. robe stretchers. See Libbyefor
Bridesmaids luncheon com- Pizzo, Arts and Sciences. _
plimenting Miss Lucienne Pi- Ingred Boatright, Judy Bran- all! sportswear and separates AP I

renlan, bride-to-be of Robert son, Eugene Drury, Connie Duis, J
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William Decker, 12:30 p.m., Sammie Morgan, Sharon Rose, Charge or Lay-Away I'
Mrs. Roger Bledsoe and her Vonnie Sandeford, and Paula
daughter Miss Patricia Bled- Strawn, Business Administration. -

soe, Holiday Inn. iBBYE'S Next toFlorida
Wedding of Miss Lucienne Nancy H. Bailey, Sharon A. Theatre !

Pirenian, daughter of Mr. and Barger, Shirlene Bauch, JuneA.

Mrs. Zareh M. Pirenian, and Cain, Carol Fitzgerald, Shirr FREE PARKING FIRST FEDERAL LOT

Robert Wiiliam Decker, son_...of ley A. Gooding'Mary Anne Han-
Elroy Lyman Decker of Miami -

Shores, 730; pjn., First LADIES' .
Presbyterian Church. Recep-
tion following at Alpha Delta SLEEVELESS S/ MEN I
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SHORT SLEEVESHIRTS
Pi sorority house. \ __J
Luncheon for out of town t AndSHORT ,

guests here for the Spinks-Borck SLEEVEB'LOUSES st- .
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wedding, 12:30 p.m., Mr. and ..yk L
Mrs. M. F. Holohan of .

) ville O'Neal and of Mr.Tifton and Ga., Jackson-I WE APOLOGIZE!' RAMIE 100%

uncle of the bride, Holiday Inn.I
Wedding of Miss Lula Bertha I I ; J A 2 c -- I

Crosby, daughter of Mr. and; -- I '
Mrs. Jesse Newell Crosby of: I/ PRETTY -

Orlando, and Roger Gene Keys, To the many many people who came to our store on Friday and Saturdayand Sizes 32.44
of Mr. and Mrs. Ulric Car., LITTLE GIRL'SDRESSES
son couldn't waited who back later and found the
get on or came
ven Keyes of Arcadia, 3 p.m., _

University Wedding of Methodist Miss Mildred Church.Kathleen -1 items they had selected already marked sold we apologize. We knew t: -' -- ; ___. 1a

Spinks, daughter of Dr.: our prices were amazingly low and that. we would sell merchandise but '

and Mrs. Daniel Owens Spinks,: we were unprepared for the avalanche of customers who overwhelmed us h r Sizes $117
and Jim Springer Borck, son of I 1.3
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Joseph: on Friday. BOYS COTTON -i'
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Borck of Dade City, 4:30: p.m.,i
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.;; TEE SHIRTS jC I
Reception following at the Alpha I I know that our store looks now. as. if practically everything has been ,

Chi Omega sorority house, 820 sold but that is not literally true Actually we sold only a little over _2 Sizes Only UmbrellaPARASOLS
Colorful Sun
West Panhellenic Drive. i -
Wedding of Miss Mary Carolyn -I one-third of our inventory and still have some two-thirds left. We have 1 _, U

Kocher, daughter of Mr. and I duplicates in our warehouse of many items which are marked sold on the _%p r J4b7IffrJ# a
Mrs. William Bryan Kocher of _
Clearwater, and George Lewis I floor. Please be patient with us. We will get new merchandise back cr LADIES ti r
of Mr. and Mrs.!
Warren, son on the floor as soon as possible and will continue to sell until everythingis SURFERS &
James McBride Warren, 2 p.m.,;; Assorted /
First Methodist Church. Recep- gone. Knee Knockers solid '
tion following at the Chi Omega I Colon

sorority House, 807 West Pan-, t
hellenic Drive.Group May we take this opportunity to thank all of you for the.fine response to :
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delivered as soon as POSSible -

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by decorator designer I i:1': \". ... : I,
Mrs. Maxine Gaddum at the i FLORIDA.
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Wednesday evening meeting of I I i
the Eight O'Clock Group of the! i -
University Women's Club N e w- L. A. Lowry i

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Get ALAN TRUSCOTT t : .

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The French team in the world' NORTH (D) FREEMON, Neb. (AP-Mrs j

J42V Robert C. Perry of Fremont, o.f ,.. ..
ReprieveTALLAHASSEE Olympiad which starts in New .r-: \ i -f> r i ? f' J
.A'162KQ3 the mother of seven children, ,
York City May 1 will include : ..-
4 ( says friends, who didn't think .
Lake AP) Tw
County Negroes scheduled -: player who is little known to baby chick to care for.
to die In the electric chair EAST
the American public. He is Hen- Fortunately, she said, her '
4Q763 41098 :
Friday were granted 90 day:
stays of execution Tuesday bj, ri Svarc, who has represented VK5 VJ10983 French poodle Crepes Suzette ;
the Florida Supreme Court. France with distinction in the A87 + J4 came to the rescue and. took Your Vacant rental is

and 4QJ104 .872 .charge of the chick.
Robert Shuler and Jerry European Championship I "Suzette will not let the chick
Chatman, both in their 20s, placed second in the French SOUTH out of its sight," she sajs. "Th

were under death sentence for Trials in partnership with Jean- .AK5 ,dog carries it all over the house.
rape of a 50-year-old white woman Michel Boulenger. .Q4 I If the chick gets out of the dog. '
near Leesburg in 1960. + 109652 bed Suzette follows it.. The
after World War .963 COSTING YOU MONEY!
Howard Dixon of Miami, an Immediately chick peeps U the dog leaves

attorney for the Florida Civil] II Svarc was something of a Both sides were vulnerable. the room." 1

Liberties Union, sought a stayto child prodigy in French bridge The bidding: -

permit him to appeal the sen circles. At the age of 18 he wasa North East South West 1J 1

tence constitutional on the grounds rights of that the the Negroes regular partner of Pierre Al-'14. Pass 1 N.T. .Pass Drop Dead? ,

denied barran, the Culbertson of 3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass
the
court that were convicted them.by France and the inventor of the i West led the club queen. I NORTH CHICAGO, ffl. (AP)
Edith Steinberg's purse iN'T
Svarc
famous canape system. "
Chief Justice E. Harris drew was the hero of today's deal, tine play of ducking at this I was stolen from a bench in a :, ( I

said the stay was granted to al which was marked by a bril--point, South might have bowling alley. .

low Dixon to take the case be- liant defensive coup. guessed right by leading dum- Then she got a letter signed

The fore State the U.Supreme S. Supreme Court Court prev- North Bid UnclearIt my's remaining high honor at "Black Sambo." BELIEVE IT! T

iously upheld the conviction and the fourth trick. In effect, this "I'm having a ban on your
is not clear why Northdid would have reverted to the line $110, but I don't know what do r
sentence. :
not open the bidding with of play he should have adoptedat do with that silly bag it came ..
The case gained notoriety a one no-trump, which seems an the second trick. But he was In." ; :.
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year ago when on an earlier automatic choice. It is possiblethat not given the chance to guess Q a R.a

appeal, an attorney for the Ne- he was employing a weakno right, because Svarc put up his 1
groes charged that Sheriff Wil- trump opening. S o uth's diamond ace at the third trick. 1
lis McCall of Lake County and choice of response is more com South was not unhappy at this

two deputies conspired to suppress prehensible. By bidding on no- develop-J; but the next lead '

and falsify evidence. trump instead of the more: ob- was a killer: the queen of I t 1' I

The Supreme Court appointeda vious one diamond he was ableto spades. This removed South's ,
special commissioner to hear to indicate a hand with 8-10 entry to the diamond suit and : .
the charges and accepted his high card points and balanced when he tried to use the. heart / illl ;y,' '? 5"y :

report that they were without distribution. His heart holding queen as an entry the contractwas > w.. 0

basis.! was an asset rather than a defeated. xu ,
Gov. Farris Bryant withdrew ; -'
drawback for the purposes of a 1I'
an earlier death war- ?
contract: there are 1
rant during the special Investi no-trump l lin.
situations in which it !is
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The warrant was reac- many
gation. '
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tivated last February. a positive advantage for a player 16 Ali hd F e., .
with a doubleton queen to -\ ., 1"-
be the declarer. This was the / ,

'r-- -- case here, for a Jieart lead from Paid Advertising F. d t :

I "I East would have destroyed Yrx.a .'
want to I :
I I South's heart stopper immedi

I I see America l I ately. '
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close-up
Svarc, West, 'made the natural r
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of clubs.
; lead of the queen
----T! South won in dummy and re-
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viewed the situation. He saw

i; that he would probably need

f four[ diamond tricks to supple- D I

I ment his five obvious winnersin Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU
II I the other suits. II


Y II I to At temptation.this point He South entered fell his In- EVERYDAY until it is rented.If "

hand with the spade ace and
led a low diamond. This was : i
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2 witlzat's the correct play of the diamond i (l14. !'
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I suit viewed In isolation, .Fy.. ." 'f" ; .. : ...L <. i...!. .01. I
I why I I but was wrong in the contextof 5'!J'r: ,' Rent Is:' Ycur:Less Per Dcy Is: .-

I Fm goingGreyhound 1 1I entries the hand.in his With hand only he could two sure not -! .,.'.r" .' .:-:'-.'.*.-vv r1I ..' .tpm ..
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:.. : $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day
afford the luxury of leading
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I I I twice toward the dummy-There AMPLE HOUSSouth $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day

I I to New York I I I was too great the diamond a danger suit of but establishing I iti .1i -t r, .;! : $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day I

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I and the I of lacking an entry to make use M in St. t S.W. .i !i $60 per mo. . $2.00 per day
of the winners. '. .
World's Fair!" $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day ,
1 If West had made the r o u- '
t).. _- : $70 per mo. . $2.33 per de.y$15Permo.$2.50perday ,
Greyhound makes .. .:
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there a vacation in itself. II a ., I
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You relax in air-condi 0 '* w- ,' $80 per mo. . $2,66Per day
tioned comf ortand sight. '<' .
I see scenic America I a. s k C G ..x7q r ,'. $85 per mo. . $2.83. per day .\
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through picture windows. u : $90 per mo. . $3.00 per day .

Greyhound arranges : :,'
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everything in advance... 2 F tl' $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day '. ..
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including a first-class I ,
hotel room.Remember h ..,'..1t. .e t.- J., -..$100 per..,mo. $3.33 per day '
t. \ .
1 only Greyhound takes 1 ..\. -: '
1 you to and thru the Fair 1 :g' ti F a : ._ : _"'_< t :7':

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1 CHOICE I } .. .< :, :' '.:"---J > ,-", ,- ,,'M', : ;;' I
I Greyhound has a Worlds Fair t
ravel plan to fit your time andyour
bUdget. Check these exam ) t\ 't fr ',
t ple ...and send for full details i : 1 :,: .. J

i O NO TO THE LOWER FAIR FARE: $31.05 Now is the time to place a Gainesville Sun

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One way to New York. -
Choice of 6 buses daily
1 Save 10% extra each t i iI
way Want Ad to reach renter.
1 with a round trip ticket. your .
O QUICKIE TOUR ,
Includes transportation; hoI I
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I tel sightseeing In New I a 1 1F 1Z REMEMBER you can run an ad during
1 York admissions and sight-
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seeing at the Fair. 3 days. '
$74.55 I : : h 11 :
1 a 8-DAY VACATION I a a National Want Ad Month Call 372-8441
SIghtsee Colonial Virginia. a "
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Washington. D. C. Deluxe i ; 4FJi, _
n tour includes transportation; I jF j g 1 L
hotels special sightseeing in 1i I .
New York and at the Fair. h \ '
cruise around Manhattan. I .. }
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luncheons and dinner at the 1 ,j; ,: ;
f Fair, more! $126.10
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I Q TOUR 11.DAY ESCORTED I : 4 lines : :

I Meet and travel with a i; :
friendly group. See Natural : '
I Bridge. L u ray Caverns f'j b. :'fy1
I D. C. Includes 1 : ,_
Washington. .
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I sightseeing in New York and Season-long weed control from one Atrazine spray > \ >h t; t.,:: .r,
at the Fair transportation; f. '..
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hotels group escort ; : > days
I \more! Escorted from Jack- : f
I -onville. Fla. . $267.00 Atrazine SOW herbicide is an easy onedie.. And, Atrazine stays to pick off later : : '1 .. .V 'T: :' : .>. .

'.I.-- I U an fxrPerse. ..doa6te I spray weed control "plan"" for com that germinating weeds, right up to harvestSunazme ; ., . .. 1 : ,:
i abaatvi..fled a.tet. e.laiaaatla.a I ends competition from most annual for late-germinating weeds .: '>.. .' : 1 't :, ..- .!- .
.Pries arbjut t.dUx...AJk&&..( broadleaf weeds and grasses for the enSimazine SOW herbicide has character ,, ; .. tj .
6nyiariada$adprt Treat Pion *t :" $2 4' : .
,. tire season. I It works efficiently and profistia that make it especially effective in ,

I CUP AND MAIL TOGREYHOUND I stably, reducing or even eliminating the controlling certain weeds In com. Being <..;(':'i ; /' #0' ..... t f
I need for cultivation, and promoting less soluble than Atrazine,it remains near .n-
[ I higher yields. the soil surface for longer periods. This ;
I Yields boosted by early control makes it useful on sandy soils and where E .. t
Three years of intensive field study by late,shallow germinating grasses,such as -
; TRAVEL BUREAU independent research men prove that by crabgrass, fall panicum and barnyard :t- '
I 516 S.W. 4th Ave. controlling weeds during the first three grass, are a major problem. Simazine : :
f FR 6.S2S2r I weeks of corn growth as many as 29 should be applied at planting or after S. .
I bushels per acre an be added to corn planting but before weeds emerge.
N3Ti'I When Atrazine broadDon't let weeds and rob ':
I -.. yield. is applied grasses your
I I '\00 cast or in bands over the rows, at or imaop of moisture and soil nutrients this
I Addrt s s. I M'< mediately after planting you get this year. Use Atrazine or Simazine. -! .. Zixnr .
early control control that continues Ceigy Agricultural Chemicals,Division of (&afnt.6tril1 I : .1r
I City I I right on through to harvest. Cetgy Chemical Corporation Saw Mill s
How Atrazine works River R Ardsley,N.Y. lICSXATOCS ;. !
sty I Rainfall or shallow cultivation moves i
J 1 Atrazine down to the weed root zone
Fbeae. I I where it is absorbed by germinating Ge-

.4 weeds Soon after weeds emerge they -
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I' Juvenile Judge Candidates Tell' Chorale i i,i


Sings At AIR CONDITION NOW! 1 E f
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Of Goals Problems to Be Solved :
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: TodayGainesville i Gainesville's Largest Window Air Conditioner Dealer II

The Gainesville League of .3 '" nile Department one of the bes' High School's"fth : 1
Women Voters, a non-partisan in the. state. This can be don annual Variety Chorale will
I organization, submitted ques- by utilitizing, a complete pre e tonight at 7:30; p.m. in 'C. Pre-Season Sale
tions prepared by its Voters sentence investigation in seriou ddison Pound' Auditorium. I j
Service Committee to all can- offenses, working closely wi tore than 130 student singers'ill
didates who face opposition in { 'p-i4 the psychiatric unit at the teaching perform.The .
the coming county election. w tL hospital in cases demor Chorale features the mix. BEAT THE HEAT WITH RED HOT PRICES I!
strating emotional problem i chorus and the girls' chorus, LARGEST FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONER DEALER IN FLORIDA I
OFFICE: County judge, who L ; : education of the public in juv oth groups having recently and ONLY Authorized Fedders Air Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville.. :
also serves as juvenile judge. nile problems, improving "ou I Ion superior rating in district I
with We Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditioners '
Four-year term a salary J? for ompetitionThe \
follow-up program juvenile two groups '
of $11,700 plus $3,500 for juve- Till combine .> : a first class unit with good prices. '
., being released from the Florid: under guest con- i,
nile judge, or $15,000 total sal- ,_ < Industrial School and d velor *uctor'Russell Danburg to singwo Ii.. COOLERATORS, -. Good Unit"and Good Prices. I
I ing employment opportunities n u m hers written ,by the **>f 1
ary.THE CANDIDATES Incumbent for therapeutic purposes.b JF music professor. fWe only sell units that we know are the best to buy. I
: : i itH More than WE SERVICE ALL UNITS WE SELL. 1
I H. H. McDonald, 62, of I II : ( ) Improvement of detentior a dozen solo and
Gainesville, has held the office, facilities for our mentally il ensemble numbers will also] be
features in the ..
I for 23 years. Opponent John and juvenile citirens. This is production. The 0 All units ore Flush NEMA Cool Moisture Delivered !
Connell, 34, is a former parole Y. discussed under Question 2. Chorale is under direction of I Mounted. BTU. Sq. Removal Price 1
officer and 'Sunland counselor : Mrs. Catherine Murphree, choral Rating Amps Volts Ft. ph. hr of Unit I
I Thermostat
(c) Developing a real inter- director at GHS. I 8---1 fs
i\ who now owns an employment Controlled 4,500 250 1.5 109.88 1
in the
est mental health
county
5,000 8 115 290 1.7 128.97
Both Democrats are 1
agency. CONNELL
from Gainesville. MCDONALD program; being well informedon All Family Slide-out 1-2-3: Speed Chassis Fan 6,200 7Yz 115. 375 1.8 152.50 t
really in two distinct phases. ready to make the capital out psychiatric treatment received 10,000 12 230 610 2.75 181.97
QUESTION: In your judg- First, as to juveniles, the Juve- lay necessary for the ultra- at our mental hospital, and LOUISVILLE, Ky. AP) All CN-1 Certified NEMA 14,000 12 230 875 4.6 199.97 \
ment, what investigation or type nile Court always makes a preliminary -modern facilities that some utilizing all available resourcesin Back-to-back high school bas- Rated. 15,000 11.6 zao' 920 4 215.00 )'
i of study should be made before investigation to deter- want. Opponents point out that this area before ordering ketball championships in Ken-, Prices include: 16,500 13.ti 230 1,000 4.5 225.00 1
i disposition is made of cases involving mine if there is probable cause constructing the building is just commitment.d tucky are becoming something' Service Delivery on I-Year Parts fir 17500 12 230 1,040 5 235.00 I
juveniles and the men-. that a child has committed a the beginning, and operationcosts ( ) Reducing the worthless of a family affair. Labor and 5 Years 19:000: 13.6 230 1:160: 5.3 263.97 I
tally ill? delinquent act or acts. If prob- will be quite prohibitive.In .!check problem, by close cooperation Louisville Seneca, coached by,I Warranty on Sealed 20,000 14.3 230 1,190 6.4 266.75 1
.1 ANSWERS: able cause is found, then a petition the last four years nothinghas with business men, Bob Mulcahy, won ,the school! Refrigeration Systems. 25,000 16 230 1,500 8 304.50GAINESVILLE'S t
law enforcement officials and boy title in 1963 and 1
is filed. again in! S
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Juveniles The in detention
Connell: (a) : changed our I ,
nature of offense committed I The matter is then heard by practices. I think that it is past the county judge's office. 1964.Ashland in LOWEST PRICES -- LOW INSTALLATION COST
1933 !
(seriousness) should determinethe the court,'and if the truth of the time that we look for a com- (e) Strengthening our foster was the last to win and 1934, I
comprehensiveness of the petition is established, then a promise solution, and do some- home care program. This can consecutivestate I
study. In serious offenses a com- pre-disposition investigation is thing constructive instead of be accomplished by workingvery Ashland crowns. An assistant coachat I Double Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50 Casement Window or thru Wall 22.50 ,
plete pre-sentence investigation made involvng the background, allowing this matter to remain"a closely with the Depart- was Ernie 10
who is % DOWN PAYMENT-24 I
now MONTHS PAY-LOW
should be made. This .should 'lome life and school life of the political football." ment of Public Welfare and law. Mulcahy's Chattin'l TO FINANCE CHARGESWe

f include: 1)) facts of offense, 2)) child.If I suggest studying facilitiesin utilizing their investigation re _. ,
family- history, 3)) personal his- it appears necessary, a psychological other counties, exploring our ports. More long range plan- Sell and Install I
tory, (including school record evaluation can and own existing assets, finding a ning needs to be initiated, and CentralAir ( B Bohannon JreI
and personal habits), 4)) prior will be made before the disposition way to get the necessary funds the welfare of the child shouldbe >t Conditioning rand
offenses, 5 attitude of the I of the case. This also applies -and taking positive action. the court's primary concern. I Heating including all duct.
community, 6)) attitude of the! to dependent and neglected McDonald No McDonald: The most pressing work.Call.s for frt estimates.
juvenile 7)) a suggested plan children. : improvementsare problems to be solved by the I S.E. 7th St. Sr 8th Ave Phone FR 2-9561
recommended in the
for rehabilitation.b processfor office of the county judge, because Paid Advertising
Second, concerning the men- the detention of children
( ) Mentally ill: 1)) History of tally ill, the law very plainly charged with acts of'delinquency of the tremendous growth It.: ,
illnesses, 2)) family understanding states what steps are to be as the juvenile laws of Flo- In our population, are square I
of patient's problems, abil- taken. If there is probablycause rida fully set out the process footage space, for county and
ity to cope with them, and will- that one is mentally ill, and manner for legally detain- juvenile court, and more train- t
ingness to assist in recovery a petition must be signed and ing children charged with hav- ed personnel for the juvenile
process, 3)) determine if all presented to the County Judge.A ing committed delinquent acts. court. I BUY 3 GET 4

available resources have been committee of two doctors and As for the facilities for deten- '
utilized prior to commitment to one layman is appointed to examine tion, I recommend now, as Ihave I JoC.: MAY 1'1 .
a state mental institution. the patient and report its in the past, a wellstaffedchild
McDonald: This question is findings to the court. holding center or detention lINlUItANtCIEl

The said report should carry home.. .
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you con- i. -
1 Still Hunt uations which are then acted sider to be the most pressing '- )x, 0 Autos 1 ;
upon by the court in accordancewith problems to be solved by the ;:. Flan.r I 1 1L
the laws of Florida. The office of the county judge in i. 1 1 s t
Rights BillCompromise court should ,never be. the .in the next few -years; .and what I> Life 1 1r
vestigator. solutions do you suggest for 215 N.E. '
I QUESTION: What improve-.these problems? \: i1R23579 1st Street a e s '
ments do you recommend in ANSWERS: I s k i1F
I the process and facilities' for I Connell: (a) Making our Juve- '5
By JOHN CHADWICK 'detention of children chargedas j 1 4 rl
juvenile delinquents? I
WASHINGTON (AP) The e :
behind-the-scenes search for a !ANSWERS: L
first-step compromise went for- Connell: I recognize that it is
ward today as the Senate's imperative to make a change in >
wordy floor battle over the our detention facilities. I doubtif n.M..
House-passed civil rights bill the county is at this time

moved into its 31st day
CHIMNEY .. ,
Although President Johnson h&_ .
CORNERSby
has called on the Senate to pass BassettWALKER i 4.,
the bill without change, Republican i
Leader Everett 'M. Dirk 13 NW nth. Ave. Phone FR 2-4431 0k Ii
sen of Illinois said flatly there I. "Furniture To Live Thar WlttT A Joy i
would be amendments.

But Dirksen, trying to thread n 1 el
his way through sharp differ- 1 L!fD-JiU.F

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was much less definite
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D-Ga., leader of the Dixie
forces, refused comment on the
amendments Dirksen is workingon. '
"We haven't seen them
yet," he told reporters. -

A similar wait-and-see position SAFETY CHAMPION NYLON
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people ought to be heard 8.00-15 830.50 800.00 dust say .
before we change our form of 7.50-14 e21.80 .00.00 M'
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Reader I back> through the atmosphere jj'L!

Request I Prev.TODAY'S Close Components DOW JONES 1st Hr payload faster than Tuesday any previous night space and !

radioed a wealth of information

822.95 I IndusL t 0.75 which could make manned tripsto ..A q.
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(The 'following market quotations the Moon safer.
art requested specifically by readers 197.02 I Rails I 0.10
of the Sun financial pege. The quotations STOCK LISTINGSbern up The spacecraft, looking like a
are Murphey furnished Investment by Pierce.Service Wul- II 139.03 I Util I up 0.08 compact model of the Apollo

-- here.) 286.81 I Stocks I up 0.21 Moonship, rode an Atlas missile,

NEW YORK Pub Sv E G 2.60 75 OVER TIlE COUNTER 5,130,000 | Volume I 1,400,000 more than 500 miles into space.
STOCK EXCHANGE Pure Oil 1.60 44% As it plummeted back ,toward
Alico Land 7%
Rayonier ., 1.00 38% earth over the south Atlantic Forestry Forum
Abbott Lab ............ 2.40 114th -- Amer Fidel Life .. .... 21%
Rexall _...._._...,. .50b 45 Ocean, a 10 foot long rocket

Allied Amerada Cem Pt__. 2.00 1.80 56 79 Reyn Metl] _.........., .50 42% Amer Amer Nat.Heritage Ins ... 34 19%% Fidelity Fund ..........-.,, 17.86 fired like a hypervelocity space Dr. John Gray (left), director of the UF School of Forestry, confers with,
: Rich Merr _._ 1.00 45% Fidelity Trend --..--....--._. 19.16 annon to increase payload from left, Don D. Stevenson, general chairman, and Dr. Stanley Fontanna,
1.16b 41% Amer Pion'r Life ....... 6%
Am Elc Pow R C Cola 1.20 70% Fund'tal Invest ......_.... 10.8 peed from about 15,000 to 25,166 consultant, for a special advisory committee which is currently evaluating the
% Anheuser Bush 48
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Amer Enka ,.. ... 1.40a !
Roy Dutch 1.73g 43 Income of Boston 8.39 niles an hour and rammed it School of Forestry program. The committee is made up of forestry experts from
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Amer Home earle Gd ..,.....-... .90 58% -- % Incporated Inc. --,, 9.83 Jirough the heat barrier of the industry and other universities.
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Amer M Fdy .90 18% Singer -_- ._....-,,,. 2.00 94% 35 Keystone K-2 ....-._.___- 5.66 atmosphere.The .
Armco Stl 3.00 75% Smith Kin Conn. Lt. & Pow 38 _ _
1.20a 65 Keystone S-3 17.01
Atch Topka ..._.... 1.20a 28% Sou Cal Ed _...--.1.05 Cowles Mag & Pb. 14% speed was slightly higher
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1.20 35 Dun & Bradst. .......... 64 than that the Apollo craft is to Board of Evaluates
Bauch Lomb Experts
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Baxter Lab .36 24% St Oil Ind 200b 67% Firs West Fine 16y4 Life Stock' Fund 7.99 returning three astronauts
57V Florida Gas from the Moon late in this
Beckman In Sterl Drug .65 29% 11% Mass. Inv Stock ___.._., 16.27
._.....,. MO 48% Fla. Nat'l Bank .. 61 decade. It also was more than
Beech Lf S .
Texas Util .. ....-_ 1.20 57% -.w.w Mass. Inv. Growth .___.. 8.70 UF's School
.. .. .80 67 Fla. Tel 25y4 7,000 miles an hour faster than of
Bristol My ,_ ForestryForestry
Textron -_.. 1.40 41 Pioneer Fund _-..._.... 9.71
3.40 93 Forrest Labs .. .. ......._ 22 the velocity recorded
Brown Shoe Tidewater _.._...... 35% -? ? Puritan Fund ?.._._...... 9.74 by any I
"Brunswich_ 10% Trans W A ... __. 42% Founders Life 9% Putnam Growth 9.64 previous re-entering space ve- -
Cambell S ......._-.. 2.40 37% Union Pac U --.,.,,.- 1.60a 41 Franklin Life .. .....M.,., 57%' TV & Elec. _ ?_ 8.23 hicle. experts from indus- the educational program of the pus to serve on committees and \

Carter Pdt ,-....-.-. l.OOa 20 Und Air L ....._.-? l.50b 60% Great Amer. --...-....-, 16% Value Line Inc 6.47 As the 200 pound payload try, federal and state forestry School of Forestry. sub-committees in the various

Case J I 12% Upjohn ...--------- 1.00 52% Grolier 44% Wellingtonfund ,,--..-. .._ 15.00N made the meteoric dive, it agencies and forestry educators Donald D. Stevenson, chief areas of specialization, such as .
Cessna Air .......... 1.00 28% War Lamb --..,.-..,. .70 28% Gulf Life 54% radioed thousands of bits of information from Duke, Yale, Michigan, forester, Buckeye Cellu lose general forestry and timber

Ches Ohio .....-.- 4.00 71% Worthintn _._ 1.50 39% Herff Jones ,- ?? ._ ,. Y S E Most Active Stocks on the inferno that Iowa State, North Carolina Corp., of Foley, is serving as management, wildlife management (

Coas S Gas ............... 33% Xerox ...---_ si Home Insurance 63% Comp. Vol. Close Changes seared its blunt heat shield. The State, Penn State and Virginia general chairman of the sessions and forest products tech

CBS _._--.... 1.80b 46% Zenith _. -...... l.20a 82 Jax Minit Mkts. --.,..... 5% 236 600 Transitron 8 off % data will be used to verify that Polytechnic Institute are on while Dr. Stanley Fon- nology. Committees are alsq .
Comb Eng .-....... 1.20 28% Kennasaw Life .--.. ..??.?. 14% 167 900 Chrysler 48% off % the proper heat protection materials the University of Florida cam- tanna, dean emeritus, School of:considering development of pro

Cone Mills -..-. .80 17% .a Also extra or extras Life of Fla _ 5% 77 100 Erie Lack 5% up % have been selected for pus to evaluate the School of Natural Sciences, University of grams in Industrial forestry,

Contl Airl ------- .40 27% b Annual rate plus stock dividend Lowes Company .._..__ 19% 76 900 Tex Gulf Sul 30% off % Apollo and will contribute to de- Forestry's educational and Michigan, is acting as. the tech- tropical forestry and recrea;
2.20 57% Milgo Electron _ 14% nical consultant in education.The .
Contl Ins 65 500 Reynolds Tob 49% up 1% sign of future craft bound for training program.In tional resource management.
Contrl Dat ..-.....- 88 e Declared or paid so far this Mort. Guarant Ins 31% 62 400 Pan Amer 76% up 1% roundtrips to the planets.A committee members have School of Forestry Director!
Corn Pdts ....-...-. 1.50 65% If year Pacific SW Air 47% 57 000 R C A 35% off % great shock wave built up welcoming the group to i been reviewing the School of John Gray stated that the objectives *
1.60 92% Paid in stock in 1963, estimated Schlitz Brewing _. 50 the Dr. E. York.
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Delta Air -- > 52 800 Brunswick 10% up lYe in front of the re-entering fire campus, T. Forestry program from material of the review are to
Det Steel .............- .60 15% I cash value on ex-divi- Secur. Life & Tr. ......_. 55 49 500 N Y Central 37% up % payload and temperature of provost for agriculture, stated and information furnished establish a sound professional
Emerson El 1.00 41% dend or exdistribution date Southern Nitro _,._ 17% that he to have
46 600 Cont Airline 27% up 1% gases within the wave reachedan was pleased them by the faculty for over program to meet the needs of
Fair Camra .50g 29% g Paid last year ,Travelers Ins. ->_ 49% 45 200 Am Tobacco 36% up % estimated 20,000 degrees. An such a group of experts review a month. They are now on cam- our rapidly expanding economy.

Jim Walter 1.00 34% I 42 400 Mallory 32% off % observer at the south Atlantic
Finanl Fed ._... 61 ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS MUTUAL FUNDS & 39 400 Ford Motor 57 1% 1
Fst Chartr ........ 197f 42 Purchases up tracing station on Ascension Island -
409,948
? INVESTMENT CO. 38 100 Penn R R 32% up % Tap Brooker
Fla E Cst 9% Short Sales ...-.. -.....,, 2,433 37 800 Xerox 91 up 2% described ball the of plunging fire. To Reveal Year'sTop
Food Fair -- .90 21% Other Sales _, 409.009 I Affiliated Fund 8.78 Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks spacecraft as a
Avia Rancher For
1.00 55% Total Sales An official of Republic -
FMC Corp --- -------? 411,412 Volume Close
Capital Life & Gr. ,. ....10.18 Change
Gen Tel .. ...., ......... .88 35% PREVIOUS DAY'S lion, which built the spacecraft,
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Ga Pacific ._ l.OOb 66% STOCK HARKET Divers Growth ?...,.??......,, 9.94 47 900 Dynalectron Reeves Indus 4% up %% reported the 20,000()()()
Getty Oil .10g 27. Advances 528: Dividend Shares T,-_-..-, ... 3.711 up could be converted'to enough
-l.---- 43 600 Seabd World Ail 8% up % \
Grace Co l.OOb 56% Declines 544 Dreyfus 20.84 energy to lift the Empire State
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Heine Curt .80 24% Unchanged _, __ 280 Fidelity Capit ....-._... 11.55! 27 000 Syntex Corp 79 off 1CET % Building 25 feet.Shots rancher, yesterday was electedto County's Outstanding I terests in community well-
IBM ........._........ 5.00 586 Total Issues ...,-----__._ 1352 the board of directors of the Young Farmer (OYF) for 1964 being.
Int Min C _._ 1.80a 69 New 1963-64 Highs -.... 78 Land First National Bank of Gaines- was selected by a panel of The dinner honoring Alachua

Int Tele ............... 1.00 59% New 1963-64 Lows ._ 24 NEW YORK TIMES MARt AVERAGES, APRIL 14 ville. He owns and operates a judges last night. County's OYF will be at the

Kellogg __ .80a 43% (c) New York Tunes large ranch near Brooker, rail His name will be revealed Holiday Inn, starting at 7:30 ;
Lehman Cp ..._......1.34e 30% AMERICAN 1 in Jail
High Low Close Net Chg. tag beef cattle and quarter tomorrow night at a dinner p.m. Joe N. Busby, assistant .
Litton In .w.- -- 1.98f 70% STOCK EXCHANGE 25 Rails 135.38 133.85 134.72 Up .20 horses. meeting of tile Gainesville Jay- director, Agricultural Extension

Lone S Cm ..--.-- 1.00 23% Industirals 831.10 822.52 826AS Off .27 1 in HospitalOne His quarter horse operation,! cees, sponsor of the OYF program 'Service, will be the dinner I
Marsh Fld ._ 1.60 41 Aerojet-Gen 39% I '
consisting of more than 200 in Alachua .
50 Stocks 483.24 478.18 480.58 Off ,..04MARKET County.To speaker.The
Martin M 1.00 19 Analex Corp. .__ 32 head, is said to be one of the
be for the OYF
in Alachua General eligible dinner will be
38 man was precededby
McG Hill ..-.W._- .60a % Aqua Chem .-........,._.._ 18% Hospital in fair condition i largest in the state. He is wide title, nominees have to be be a social hour starting at
Mead Corp ---.. _-... 1.70 48% Aurora Plastics ._-...._,. 34Ts STOCK ly known in cattle circles in
with shot wounds this tween the of 21 and 35 6:30
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gun ages p.m.
Merck ... ..... 2.COa 114 I .
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Barnes Engineer 22% 'trwa '
._ M morning and a not h in make above average farm prof. I..ocal.LP. gas dealers are cosponsors
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Natl Air ........--.. ,80 49 Butler Shoe .. -:': ._.. ._ 8 State Livestock Commission.In ;
.. city jail. its and be generally known as of tne OYF project.
N Y Centl .r.- .50g 37% Chromaloy ....,._.. ..._. 14 addition to his cattle oper-
In the hospital was J. C. a farm leader in .& community. -The Alachua County OYF will
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.. 2.00 51%
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Cinerama he '
10% ( opened on 7,500 shares,
--- I James. He was shot by Jessie ty. [be entered in competition to'
Norfolk W __ 6.00 128% Computer Sci .. 24% stock market edge higher in unchanged at 57. operate the livestock market in
? -? -? Williams, 40, 4215 NW 6th St., outstanding young farmer,select a State OYF, who will go
Ind S __ 1.48 55%
No No Nat P Gas .._,..1.80 54 Cutler Labs A ....-........ moderately active trading at General Motors opened on about 2 ajn. this morning as Lake City. selected by judges last night on to nation competition.
Data Control _._ __ 40% the opening today. 4,000 shares, % at 81%.
Williams'
r. up the two argued on selected : Dale
Olin Math ___._ 1.20 46% was on the basis of his Perry i is chairman of
Fulton Inds -. 9%I Changes of most key stocks On blocks of 2,000 shares, Boe- porch, Police Chief W. D. Joiner -; Boys'Open Club contributions to agriculture, I the OYF committee for the local
Owens n G ........._ 2.50 96% I
Gen Develop ......?...,,,.,. 4% ing was off % at 45% and International said this morning. !
.. were narrow. I conservation abilities and In Jaycees.
Pac G & E . 1.00 31%
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Mackey Airlines .. ., .. 7% Paper was un-
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.Pac Lung .. .. _.. 2.40 59% Opening blocks included:
Mead Johnson 21%, changed at 34.
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Pac T & T ....._... 1.20 31 Pac NW Tel ......... ..... 23%, Chrysler, up % at 48% on 3- On 1.000-share() transactions, his vestigators house threatening that James him came with to:
Pan Amer A 1.20 76% 500 shares; Standard Oil (New Discussed Cancer Drive VolunteersTo
Philips Elec _. 46 Liggett & Myers rose % to 82 butcher knife.
Parke Dav _._ 1.00 30% ) % at 86% a I
Jersey up on 3,600
Redwing Carriers _. 11% and International Telephonewas He said he ordered him off
Pennzoil 2.00 76 Ric Group 8%, and Caterpillar, up % at 61% on unchanged at 59% About 200 parents and guests,
his property and got his shotgun House Canvass
erkin El ........... 42% 3,000. President J. Begin
including Wayne
Sperry R. Wts. -___-. 8 Sperry Rand was off % at when he refused to leave.
Pfizer ._ .80a 47% Syntex ? ,. .. 79 American Telephone, whose 17% on 1,200 shares. American He fired one shot into the Reitz of the University of Flori
Phelps Dg __ 3.00 73 Tampa Elec. __..._.. 25%I annual meeting is today, rose Motors rose % at 16V4 on 1,200. ground. da, heard future plans for the I Fund Raising Crusade volunteers Answers to These Questions,
Polaroid _._ .20 165% % to 139% 2,500 shares. Gainesville Boys' Club discussed from the Alachua Unit of May Save Your Life."
on
Tech Measur. ,.....-.,..,... 183'$I Yesterday the Associated When James still w 0 u Idn't
TWA Wts ..................,, 24 Sears, Roebuck gained % at, Press average of 60 stocks rose leave, he said he fired one blastat last night in the first annual the American Cancer Society Mrs. Clare F. Jolly will head
Late Morning Valspar 9% 107% on 2,200 shares. .9 to 304.7, a new high. him. Williams was being Open House for the club. begin ringing doorbells 1 n the residential area drive collec-
The visitors heard executive Gainesville tomorrow in their ,
of attempted tion.Cancer
held for i n v est igation -
N. Y. murder. director Mike Kreshka and annual march against cancer. i deaths in Florida have
Listing program director Charles Dobbs continued to increase from 8,233
-YOUR MONEY'S WORTH PTASlatesCancer describe the program of Boys' Crusading volunteers will perform -:in '1962. to more than 8,660 in

AfflsChal 18% Int Nick 76% Club and its purpose.In a two-fold mission, Chair- i 1953, and It is estimated that in

Alcoa 81% Int Pap 34 t .; Film I addition, volunteer mem- man William S. (Tiny) Talbot 1964 as many as 17,000 new cancer -

AmAir 50% Jones&L 77% bers of the program staff out- announced. fl cases will develop among
Am Brk 52% Kais Al 40 Worst Season Ahead Floridians, according to figuresof
Dropout Jtrf The Kirby Smith PTA will present I lined their activities. Boy s' "They will seek public con
AmBdPar 35% Ken'cott 81% : a brief film on the causesof Club President Howard Weems tributions to help support the the Cancer Society..
AmCan 43% Lig & My 82 V: AIn cancer at 7:30: p.m. tomorrow introduced the staff to the visitors Society's year-round cancer con- There is a hopeful side to the
AmCyan 61% Loch'd 36 at the school. The regular and told of future plans for picture, they say. Over one million -
________ Porter ; night trol programs in education, research -
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AmMot 16% Lorillard 50 : x,) .,,; monthly meeting will also include the club. and services. At the Americans have been cured
AT&T 139ag'vox 40% Included in Weems' d I s- of cancer and another 177,000
a question answer pe- same time they will distribute to
Amr;;. 36% MplsHon 121% only 60 days or so, our : At levels ranging from the Custom made curricula: Ordinary J riod for parents on cancer cussioosrere plans icr the home residents an information palienu vlll be saved this year.

Ampx Cp In MM&M 66% schools will close for the sum I White House down to the smallest academic requirements are J problems.A Gainesville club to participate cancer education pamphlet," Another 83,000 could be savedIf

Anaconda 43% Mohasco 13% mer. Then once again, our na-I community we have begun waived and a student may pursue new slate of incoming officers !in a national convention ofBoys' said Talbot. I the disease were detected
Armour 51% Mons'to 73% tion's potentially most explosive!many-front attacks on the teenage whatever courses he wants, I for the 1964-65 year will be Clubs to be held in Wash : promptly and proper treatment

B&O 44 Mont Wd 37% socio economic problem will dropout problem. As the instead of a pre-packaged study ]presented. ington early this summer. The pamphlet is entitled "The I gl\"eJr. l

Beth Stl 37% Nat Dair 73% be smashed into our collectiveface worst dropout season approaches plan. A student might elect to I

Boeing 45% Nat Dist 26% in the form of the teenage > here's a rundown on read for a year or study only ..
Borden 74% N. Am Av S2% school dropout. the most dramatic programs math. The program are b in g

Brunswk 10% Penney 51 Millions of high school under. actually underway.Mass tried in several citites.

CaterTr 61% Pa RR 32* graduates will be released for c o u n s e ling: This in- "Exploratory terms": In this Is Florida Progress !

Celanese 69% Pep Cola 51% what's supposed to be a temporary volves person -to person in- instance, an 8th or 9th grader
Chrysler 49% Phil Mor 84% period. For hundreds of terviews by counselors with simply looks around for a monthor !

CocaCola 128% Phill Pet 51% thousands, though there will be I dropouts and potential dropouts. so to find courses that appealto
Com Ed 48% RCA 35% an overwhelming temptation to Of thousands counseled last : him. Then a study scheduleis

Con Edis 86 Rep St}' 44*. remain out of school either summer, more than half were drawn up, with the help of a ?
Cont Can 47% Revlon 37* because of the lure of.a payingjob persuaded to return to school in counselor, to fit his particular So Much Ballyhoo :

Dow Che 72 Rey Tob 50% the family's poverty and illusions the fall needs and interests. At Den
duPontEAL 260% St Reg P 34% about what an unskilled Work- study programs: These ver's "Metropolitan Youth Education il

40% Seaboard 46% youngster can earn, a teenage help poor students by allowing Center" the program is II
E. Kodak 127. Sears 107% marriage, boredom with school them to work half time for so flexible that a student may By CLIF CORMIER, Son dry Editor '"Today we are the ninth largest state in population in the i

Firestone 40% Socony 71% courses, poor makers etc. If the regular wages and to study halftime elect to attend another school Much of Florida's industrial growth in the last decade has nation and we rank 18th in total dollar income. But we are i

Fla Pw 46% SouthnC 55V past is prologue one mill ion for credit toward a di- part time or full-time), work been mainly talk and ballyhoo, Lions Club speaker Donald J. 36th among the 50 states in the per capita collectien of Mate ., -,

Fla P&L 73% SperryR 17% )youths will fail to complete high loma. These programs are being jart-time, study only one sub Hart said yesterday.Hart and local taxes." t
Ford 57% StBrand 77% school in 1964 and unless we started and pushed throughout ject There are no grades and dean of the University of Florida's College of Business Needed right now, he said, are $200 million worth of addi- '
Frmst Da 10% StO NJ 86}. quickly and powerfully reverse the country. no time limit for the program. Administration said only 15 per cent of the business tional highways, and by 1970 the state mutt build one third

Frept Sul 38% Studebak 8% this trend, the number will soar Cooperative education pro "Rusticating" plans: The growth in the state came from industry. The other 85 again as many schools as it already has. ,.
Frueh Tr 30% Swift 45* in coming years as our World grams: Here, two students dropout may look for a job, then per cent came from services, he said. Florida added two and one-half million people to ito population
Gen Dyn 29% Texaco 74% War II babies move through hold down one job and study return to school with no black The main reason for the lag in industrial growth is in the in the last decade and almost an equal growth can be -.

Gen El 85% Thikol 16% their teens. halftime. Jobs are tied closely marks. In Wilmington DeL, pecularities of the state's tax system, said Dean Hart expected in the next 10 years, he said.
Gen Fds 88 U Carbid 128% Due to the strong economic to the students interests and future -, where such a plan is underway, "Publicity and advertising can't do the job alone. To attract "Unless the state makes some realistic provWeas and a": l

Gen Mills 38% Unit Alrc 45% upturn, the overall jobless picture job opportunities. Many educators find that many kids more industry in the stae, which will be essential to provide few investments now in anticipation" of the future, it cad if

Gen Mtrs 81% Un Fruit 22% is finally brightening, but cities have made' thousands of work off the rough eges by quit- employment for the anticipated population growth in the nex row up to be one big fat slum.
Goodrich 57% US Steel 56% the unemployment rate among extra full time jobs availableto ting. But they eventually return decade, Floridians must make investments now." In spite of this, almost every candidate for governor is

G0dyr 434 Urav Mat t3* teenagers sticks at an appalling students through these pro- when they fail to find jobs. Those investments must come in the form of better road? liking about reducing taxes, Dean Hart said. .-.
GwyW 5si WestgEl 14% 14.4 per cent. The conservative grams. All over America,"says Leo- access to raw materials, more public schools and univers "How can you provide the environment" for buafeess to i

'CfcK Oil Wfca DP '9% estimate k that 758,.ia fee 14- "Higher Horizea programs: nar4 M. Miller of the U. S. Of. ties and housing, be said. The only way the state can insure nove into without necessary tax money? }
lat Hanr ..,.% Wo iwth 5% M age peep are actively Meting Aimed principally at underprivleged -, ice[ of Education, "people are that these are provided for is through adequate tax money. The state will have to take a dose look at its homestead -
be said.
tax
o work bt canaet ...it, # t children in stem districts, taking steps toward solving the Hart said even Florida's billion-dollar tourist business is not exemption and the possibilities of a state income ,
ion Toll About __ yoga ... feese have been started in at: dropout problem. We are only assured of a rosy future. It will have to meet the challengeof "Last year in Dade County only"48,000 homeowners out of l

of scteel awl earl el work ana-.I least eight major cities. Counselors beginning to see the results of cheap travel rates pulling tourists overseas. the total 180,000 paid property in state taxes.taxation policies, Hart said, Ii\
APThere rand even leokfeg any more "TMc fa I work intensively with both I those efforts." "Tourism in Florida also is beginning to feel the pressures Another disadvantage
m d ft4hK' he ,"oetiar: pack," .. Late'ecreUry children and parents to spur InWe are still in the planning, from citrus and cattle growers and housing developments is that city and county collections are not proportionate to..'

.'M-:. JI-S. year from abortio Wirtz, hays wfco anunnmpfryiil t terest in education and "equal- experimenting, building stages. competing for land. The state has a lot of recreation areas state taxes. most of the taxes and then "-
been collecting
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chil But facing 'to the but access to them is decreasing, said Hart
aad between are
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write ia tin. today wit be tie cultural: gaps up
1. counties and cities. With thte
Doctor Sto N* a< fee* feat at I111 I 4ken. In New York the drop o u f j t problem at last and with unhas Twenty years ago Florida was unable to tax its citizens to kicking it back to the while others system
relentless dedication the essential needs of the state he said but that is some counties are getting a free ride are paying
.abords+n .tab=_ ef .. s .. e fe of children in this plan derstanding plus provide "
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I said they disagreed strongly asked Glass to take them to 1!

with the way Glass was present- Gillespie for a showdown, Glass i
ing the United Dye case to the took them instead to Robson. j
.the SUN grand: jury in 1959. They found In Robson's office they were I I
him reluctant to ask for the not even invited to sit down, J j 1
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II they testified. Robson kept
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I ALACHUA GENERAL die E. Simmons, John Wesley lyn Ann McGehee, High Springs;. dlers: Samuel Garfield, gambler them standing while they ar- <
April 14 Mrs. Vonnie.Arnold Lyles.FortMyers. and oil promoter; Allard gued for five or 10 minutes that f
Hoover Carey I.-Ducn EuniceA.
BIRTHSMr. Roen, manager of the Desert the United Dye indictment i
Crews, Dorothy Loise.Allen,
I Inn, Las Vegas; Irving Paster- would be weakened I
and Mrs. John L. Allen, Carrie'Sue Pierson, Christopher DISCHARGEDMrs. nak, oil promoter, and AllenK. without the inclusion gravely of Gar-- t'
Jr., 941 NE 7th PL, City, a girl; Michael Catotti, all of Gaines- Swann, j
Mary Kohn, Mrs. JudithS. a Midwest attorney. field, Roen, Pasternak and
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McGehee, ville; Sam Braswell, Chiefland; Wade and son, Dennis Scott, They said that when they Swann. I
Hi. I, High Springs, girL Chester Jr. Ocala Minnie 1
a Thorpe, ;
Levi N. Smith, Miss Joyce Ar- ,
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ADMITTED Lou Patray, Starke; DonaldB. rington, Mrs. Ida Pearl Haynes, One Full Pound LUNCH ..... 65e up ;
Joseph Rawls Hope, Andrew Akins, Trenton Charles Hen-
; Bernita Banks and son, Mrs. fice.:5- A/ I DINNER 0 .. 85eup j
Stephen Kattke, Addie Duffie, ry Bromley, ,Evanston; David Wanda B. Strickland, Mrs. AliceE. KG, Sirloin "
William Elwood Hesters, Bessie Levi Shaw, LaCrosse; Isabella ALFORD'SSteak
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Owens, Mrs. Jeanne Finch
Mae Richards, Nancy Ann Jon-!I Williams, Melrose Cecil I !
; Guy and,, daughter, Mrs. Wyn ell $195 ;c'TOYER HOUSE
tra, Edward L. Williams, Ver- Freyermuth, 'Newberry; Caro- Wj'<
.I" Hammond and son, Mrs., Eliza- J : 210 E. UNIVERSITY i
beth Elixson, William Beer, iI
i Mrs:,Mary Wilkerson, John F,' I
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NOW OPEN S {COLOR:45. SHOW FUN 7:15 HITS SHOW 7:15 STORY Of IJBELINDA
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FIRST RUN 7:15 I 11:41 PECK CCIDENT'ROUNDUP : HR/sr/AN/Ty ONSf'ANTINE
BUDDY EBSEN
Involved in accidents reportedto \
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MAIL ORDER BRIDEAT TONY CURTIS
':00 Gainesville Police during the 1:00 x.305 GROSSCHRISTINE
DORIS DAY JAMES GARNER "RESTLESS YEARS"JOHN last 24 hours: 5:10 fHE
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THE THRILL OF IT ALL
t l STARTS FRIDAY JANE FONDA SAXON Raymond Marcus, Miami and 7:20 TL __
SUNDAY IN NEW YORK SANDRA DEE Gilbert Barry Ginsbert, Wash- I 9:25 1
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WANTEDI I Hubert Malon Wprley, 1319 : KAUFMANNEASTMANCOLOR
SE 1st Ave., and Barney Ralph !
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Colson, 1851 NW 10th Ave., at I I 1
I 12-16 YEARS SE 4th Avenue and 3rd Street at TOTALSCQPE
1:41 p.m. yesterday. 1J 1Js

t t The Gainesville Sun is now accepting ,applications Mary S c h u m aker Pitman, AIM HI ocala j
Hawthorne, and Donald L. Hen- II ,
for bike .
routes.Gainesville ley, 113 SE 10th St., at E. Uni- 4
versity Avenue and 9th Streetat
Sun
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1 371.844\ I Grace Laura Ryan, Mt. .
Ii Call Circulation Dept.
I Pleasant, Mich., and Dorothea ,
Arnold Brockington, 671 NE 15th
Ter,, at SE 1st, Street and 2nd
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picture that is not Tommy Middleton Swanson, 0
ashamed of its heart... 3821 NW 16th Place, and- James
whose people are Robert Hartung Jr., 109 NE 3rd
not sick of soul. St., at W. University Avenue and U.S. No. 1 IrishPOTATOES '
r 6th. Street at 8:30 am. yester
N I It man is the who story fought of a-for day.Nell _f 10 Ibs. 43" J I

McG a rrah McVoy, 304
what he believed in... NW 25th St., and Lillie May Fresh Black Eyed

X r a sometimes with Roberts, Chiefland, at SW 13th I!. s PEAS '. 2 ibs. 39* .
passion...someti me: Street and 9th Road at 8:02: a.m. .
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..Pe NW 6th Street at 1:10 a.m. today CELERY* WILLIAM
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while intoxicated. 2 Jumbo Stalks
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mmn Fire Calls .9.

At 3:03: p.m. yesterday, a
onsman's false alarm at'NW 8th Avenue t
and 6th Street.

At 7:15 pjn. yesterday, a y ..
grass fire in the 3200 block of N.
Main Street. TWO STORES: 8 N.W. 16th AY .
At 9:15 p.m. yesterday, a fire AND NEWBkRRY ROAD
BEST BUDGET BUYS!
!uuiay in the bedroom at 304 NW 25th _
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I : ; NORMAN VINCENT,PEALL. 15th St. a few minutes earlier. Hunts-No. 2Vi canPEACHES ,>

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"1 found my emotions stirred and my faith a
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,: DEAR ABBY .. : YatlTOOK THIS IS THE JIWRTV SECONDS_ BEGAN TO PlRE..EV'ES --

5 I 00, MV TtEST-rM 5V.WPTOMS. PANIC....?. APPEAR aAW..FFW SECONDS \\
What's your problem? For a general PJ/cXJtNS/ RKORO
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DOUBLE SOCIETY Y ?to ALWAYS MARRIED UNDER SENHORA DOPSK'REUMI
I A UFE-SZE"GODDESS OF BEST CUSTDMFR.!-
DEAR ABBY: We have a telephone and our next-door kept under sanitary conditions and is not a nuisance to neigh- WEDDING PLANNED V LOVE: MADE OF BRAZILIAN 1)oJ.I".1EEK?-

t neighbors have none. When they first moved in, they, asked bors. Domestic pigeons do not carry diseases! During World f ORCHIDS? PUTMETHROUGH IMPOSSlBLE.Y i'-'OJU.. DOUBLE
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J If they could use our phone. Thinking it would be only a War One and Two, carrier (or racing) pigeons saved thou- I TO 8RAZIL- m PRJCE? IS

short while before they had their connected, I said certainly. sands of lives, as they have in other disasters. Abby, if POSSIBLE

t It has been a year and they are still using ours. There are there is reincarnation, I am returning as a pigeon, and all

five of them who use .it, including a teenager who makesone those uninformed< pigeon haters who condemn all pigeons had ,
call after another, some of them lasting 30 or 40 min- better watch out You may print this, together with my sig v y

utes. These people can afford their own phone, Abby, as there nature. := 4 J
: in the family work. I've thought of taking the receiver off BILL (WILD) FRAME, MARION, INDIANA r

,I the hook and saying it is out of order, but I hate to lie. Can I

you suggest something else. B.S.M. DEAR ABBY: You would be doing a tremendous serviceif 2 The peak of the "social I season will be reached,
I you would print in your column the answer to a question I' when Mrs.Bessie bopshira weds Dutnpingtr-
\ \ DEAR B. S. M. Some people have so much gall they that has been the source of many harsh words in this house- Dr tai I I.a-fa! the same time as her nephew UHX
should be divided into three parts. Tell these clods that you
hold: What does "PERSONAL" mean on the envelope of a
have a ONE-PARTY lineand you are the party! letter? I.

"D' IN TOPEKA PAW'SONTH'MENDNOW. I c' GLORY BEL1 I'M HOLDIN' A
DEAR "D": It is a reminder that the letter is just that- J'HEAR PORE .WKEY-HE'LL : I SHORE AM A POCKET FULL )
DEAR ABBY:. What does it mean when your steady boy i BEUPAN'PLAYIN* TICKLED TO OF HIS* S
friend tells you that he thinks it would be best if you 'personal'and in households.not community property, as mail is regarded OL'IN SNUFFY'S BED -* CARDS AG'IN iNN HEARTHAT"VOURE i.o.u.fs>r

dated other boys, and he thinks he should date other girls? some REAL I3AD 'iWO THREE DAYS
We didn't have a fight or anything like that, and I thoughtwe SICK
were perfect for each other. We have gone steady for DEAR ABBY: The woman who wrote to say that her husband rn Ii--

five months, one week and four days. Should I break up with took over the grocery shopping reminded me that my husbanddid Cr

him for good? He is 17 and so am. I.CRYING that trick almost 30 years ago.He got the bright idea thatI 'clIi
MY EYES OUT was too extravagant in the grocery store. He bought all sorts 5*

DEAR CRYING: Dry your tears and date others, honey. I of silly items and overlooked the essentials.- I got disgusted, S* rr /

think he hal already "broken up" with you so I went to, his shop (he ran a garage) and started ordering ::JTI'J ..l W $
the mechanics around. I made a real nuisance of myself be- Z zD ) _
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cause I didn't know a nut from a bolt. My husband got the idea, 0
DEAR ABBY: Regrettably, the public doesn't know the and gladly promised to stay out of my business if I stayed out N-15
difference between wild pigeons which fly around uncontrolled of his. .

making a mess and the domesticated variety, which is "SILVER THREADS" SURE THE SPACE IT HAD TO! M3U JUST' MAYBE THE T VEAKHDR 1BCN5
coupE To0K OFF DOhfT MISPLACE A BILLION WHEELED / TTXXIT
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WASHINGTON Actor Peter screened by a Board of Tenants. Blackballing the couple and yelling and screaming,
always
...*0 X HOPS ...OF SD,,COL..CAwYCN, MISS) PALOI _ANt) 1.AUIi PALOMINO
f Lawford and his wife Pat, sisterof One member of the board, Fran- their four children was that Mr. they get in fights with Republican ouR LEASE- COURSE, AD 1 PED-I MIND WILL -WOT A SEE MINNIE REACH FOil
the late President Kennedy cis Masters, turned down the Lawford was an actor and Mrs. children, they hold meetings ,..L A EETHIS IS LEND 15 STILL COLCt4 L.7NINNIE MEAN I AV6 'lb SEE THAT YDt SLOOP I'VE THS) SWITCH: OPTUS TAPE q.
TOODISHE VALID FOR A -I MEANIARE HOUSED MADE CC2FEK: IN HER SUOVL.P8M R
were turned down in their application, although the other Lawford was a Democrat. in their apartments for SAYS SAE KNY EXACTLY GALLANTALLY rsg_ IN THE YOUTH ALLTw5 ._..

efforts to buy a New York apart four members of the board said Since the story appeared, Mr. medicare and civil rights, and O AT HER WELCOME OWN ;+ / r ,p 'HOSTEL/S01'LI.SID >bu eooD

ment. It seems that all pro- they had no objection to the Masters has received a great you never know what kind of CONSULATE.. l NI6NT... o IyY

'particular Lawfords' moving in. deal of criticism for his stand. visitors you're liable to meetin z 1, + + C' u
Mr. Masters's excuse for We think it's time somebodycame the elevator. We know of one 4I

to his defense. apartment house that had : sr

SCOTER ABASE Everyone knows what kind of Democrats living there, and i

I _! TOMATO CIDER people actors are. They stay up one day a Republican tenan '

+ OTARIA ELDER late at night, they have parties, saw Adlai Stevenson, Arthur
ACROSS PER OSE LED they get their names in the Schlesinger, and Walter Reuth- 2
1.Hover ICE 22.Infirm A L T ERN I E gossip columns, and people are er-all going in at the same G :

H 6.So 21.Gaming AROMA t. E. N D Eo R always asking for their auto- time. fn

f Digestive fluid 25.cube Large' 5 E RATE S 0 A R S graphs. Very few of them go The trouble with Democrats, .--
A G A END 0 R to church and have wild knows is that they
they ,
11.Corridor 21.Jostle as everyone
t3 / ROCky X: GUESS A 6ZOS T&T MS MO HEY! IBEtAN
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12.Diabolical 31.Andiron orgies around their swimming keep to themselves. Even if you I..p.4 J BELONG TOT l+c WWAT5 MORAL 6TA.MPA27S...NO 1i TO
13.Babyl. 35.Mislay A LOri E L U C u 11 A pools, and if you pick up any offer to be friends with them,. DISILLUSCNEDGENERATION Ti4ATZ v. zr,L-M4iLE 6CALS...N0 SOMETN 61o
mother 36.Guido s MAR I A ETA P E s movie fan magazine you'll rea- they reject you. Their interestsare tJ : RESPECT FOR AUTHORITY..
goddess second note T R V 5 T 5 ERE N t e don't a NO SENSE OF OOMMJItN03U6ATICN. 1
24.Slender 37.Painful --- lize they are driven, tormented different and they $ .
finIal 33.Small SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE people. No God-fearing family want to mir with you anymore < ; a
15.Accept draught DOWN would want them living in the than you want to mix with them. =
17.Clandestine 40.Attic 45.1cvcUc: : 1"Crttnjtn- same apartment house. It's one thing to have integra- w 5P
& 46.Court
18. out 42.DaggCI' e .
Spun crustation Mr. Masters had every rightto tion of the races but it's anotherto
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peace weapon 2 Bombast
goddess 44.Large knife 47.Plant again 3 line object to Mr. Lawford's mov- have integration of people
4*.Of birds ing into his building. You let one who belong to a different political -

r// I L J Ii 7 0 J. Needed actor in and pretty soon other party. -

rr 6.Article actors want to get in and *real One of the reasons there Is 44; ..
Io II. 7.Rough estate values go down and the no provision in the Fair Housing := -
8.Wailing/ neighborhood to helL Just rights for
II. JI U 9.Kills goes Law guaranteeing
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: 11' V O'IS. IS. V 0'/7 12.Ego Hills and Bel-Air when they is that Democrats cant MiANWUILE... k70 lEMEMfERME

fII ZI Iroquolia allowed actors to live there. assimilate with people of other PlP USA SAY WHO SHE ,Jo. HE ,ML! FARtIN6TON F ?
I' 19.Deride THINKS WAS RESPONSIBLE FOK DIDN'Tw
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Vh 23.Covers In every case
/ H t' W 27 Z6 U 30 26.Peanut in Mr. Lawford's case if been tried, the crime rate in the
;I'/: 7M 'l..l; 28.Baby hat it weren't for the second problem neighborhood has gone up and ai

JI 9* 7S 3f. 2 h 13 29.Willow and that was the fact that the apartment houses have = z4t
Cried
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Mrs. Lawford was a,DemocratNo to ruin.
3. 'l" JI 3e ,SS 51.Fictitious gone <
52.Satire apartment house in New Mr. Masters knows this better =..
., 41 'I 4x f 3 33.Allude York could stand having a family than anybody. Instead of criticizing -

34.Somber composed of an actor anda him, people should say
... 45 38.Potato buds Democrat at the same time. to themselves, "Would you .

I.. 41' t% 41.Ike'sgadget There is no need to go over want your children to play with Q M
Vh 43.Dollar till the type of tenants Democrats children who have an actor fora

For tat 22 m& .tPNHrwfeanaes; ,1ISj make. They never throw out father and a mother who is .

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I Wednesday, April 15, Gainesville Sun 29

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-< .- -- I e 14-Sales Help Wanted I 35 Homes for s... 35 Howies for Sale 1 I 35 Houses for Sal.

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THEREIN I
r' I .. I REAL ESTATE SALESMANHugh FOR only $450 down $71.27 per
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WANT-AD RATES month payments you can qualify WHY PAY RENT? LAW professor moving. spacious
t .. Edwards. Inc. Gainesville's NW for 4 BR, 2 eatn home. 1804 New homes $7.500. 3 bedroom tile. bedroom study m baths attic

Urges builder, has opening for .. 3Kh Terr. Will paint inside bath $45 per month. Located en fan, bum In drawers vanity and

PH. 372-8441 I 'new salesman. Excellent earning I. outsKe see call completely. For appt. S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some storage. SIt month. Negotiate
I opportunity for above average mMLNORTHWEST trade-Ms. Call FR 2-2372. equity. FR 4-2773. 1062 N.W. 14th
J man. Mr. Dorman. sales manag I II Ave.
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ANIED"t for er. HUGH EDWARDS. INC. I WIMBERLY ESTATES. Just breakIng .

{ W IS 372-1551. AND close to Uttlewood" and ground on new Imaginative McKINNEY
;:- Westwood schools. 3 Bedroom home Now Is the time to buy
: Classified OnlyDEADLINES PART Time sales route average and 2 Baths. Central Heat tinder contract fc choose dcr GREEN
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> $1.18 per hr. H qualified. Openings berg family room and screened thru out. Uoyd D Myrtck Bldr.
I In Alachua. Newberry. Archer and : porch fenced back yard FR 25487.AND .

t Hawthorne 3727117.REGISTERED beautifully landscaped S1S> DEATONREALTORS
REAL ESTATE 500 Call MVtImo. 2 4 Bedroom homes. On
interested In RALPH REALTOR Acre lots. Go out NW 16th Avenue
Tues. thru FrL papers-S p.m. Day before publication Salesman Acreageand to 43rd SL intersection turn
,. Farm Land. Call FR 6-4471
FOSSEY
J HAVE YOU WORTHWHILE For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 ajn. Sat. == for Interview. right. go approximately 1 mile, Madison Park
to Man poper-1 Sat. "Selling Florida Since 1704"
Far ads to go PJTU see sign en left.
Mary Moeller, Realtor 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 T. D. ZETROUER. BUILDERFR CHOICE Is the key word-Yes you

(Minimum ad 4 fines) ioi' w. Univ. Ave Member Multiple Listing 4-3848 would like to see this attractiveand
delightful 3 B. R. 2 bath
i PROTECTED sales and service NO DREAM We cant sleep home. Beautiful Inside planter-
FAMILY RATES route for married man with car at night for thinking of this FOR SALE by owner. 3 BR, 2 Central heat- Parquet floors -

I : : & phone. Average while training place. Gold fish Camellias. bath home. with carpeted living A visit to this home will be convincing

ANY Insertion ..................................!........... .34c line SU plus expense H quality. Age Azaleas. Baaanathrubs in rm., air cond. & central Priced under $18,000
OF THESE Insertions .............................................. 22c fine f| 23 to 45. Cad 372-7117. front yard. Beautiful oaks", orange heat fenced In yard open Can be FHA financed Callus
11 .. .. 17c line trees. carport, two car house Sunday. 1027: NW 34th Dr.
I ; Insertions Insertions .::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. Me line garage stables large living Ph. 372-8282. 3617.for an appointment FR. 2-

i Total charge computed by multiplying total fines x rate earng 16 Work Wanted Female walk room In with pantry.fireplace Nearly, dining 2.000 rm.sq. NEW HOUSE. S bedrooms. 2

ed x numbei Insertions. ft. of living space. 14 minutes bams central heaL C.C.B. Northwest

9 BEAUTICIAN. Senior operator. 11yrs. from Gainesville Florida. Built-in kitchen. Save SIMO.
II If have and
Call for you a large family
appointment. Ph.
Price4.ow
;, THINGS TO SELL? I S Five letter words per' line I position.experiencedesires FR 64136.Job permanent IT'S VACANT Phone FR 2-2511 FR 4-4774 or FR 2-4824. want home will plenty serve of you room.weiL this 4 nice BR.

as practical nurse or com. to see this 3 bedroom 2 bath IF you plan to build ana would 2 baths Dining room Large
READING I panion. Have own car. Phone home on large corner lot In like a custom built home by experienCed panelled Florida RoomFire
Sarneas2tlnes FR 6-1569. beautiful residential area close builders that have places In Fla. Rm. ., Living

spt. ordinerytyps to schools and shopping. T n I s the time to discuss plans with Rm. Hardwood floors which
you. call 372-2527 ask for Gene have Just been refinished. If vow
17 Work Wanted Male home has large Florida room
1 3 fines I want live In choice neighborhood -
1m ) Df. Same as extra large kitchen with built- Paramore. We have available to a
*- rf. type 80 and be within a few
1 ordinary !:: in range and oven. 2 car carport our plans to choose from.

They'll Bring You Extra Cash Samess4lines I WANT to other work In grocery store. features.and Priced many at other STLOOO desirable with Complete to financing you rtght can In your be own cxpUmetf J.blocks J. Fintoy of the school University- This Is and the
or some business. as -
: 'B I rt.erdinary type or clerk. Have the manager good financing available. home. For appointment call. location. Call today 2-3617. Owner
== ; exper THE JAMES CO. will consider a reasonable of
ience. I am modest. don't drinkor fer.
I smoke. Call FR 6-7871 DAN BYRDASSOCIATES Of Gainesville Inc.
Builders of Klngsberry Homes
I I 24 Pt Same q 5 lines Ph. 372-2527. nltes 372-7401. Acreage

ordinary type 18 Schools & Instructions; ,
'> ; *: ; '.' = 484 ACRES In the WINDSORarea.
r .
Inc. FUN IN Wooded $4.000.01Term
.
... Rugs > :
If desired. Call FR. 13417.ASSOCIATES .
\ lit. MEN AND WOMEN WANTEDTO
't' ; Jack DeYot BrokerAsoc..tes
-
t The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one H TRAIN FOR
THE 51 Incorrect insertion. nor will It be liable for any error In adver- : THE SUN J. Fred Guy H J. WIltshireCoL
s
Christine\ Stone. E. E. Hollowly
'
uns..l. : CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS J. W. Davis
t i. i : I tlsement toe greater extent than the cost of the space occuH Walter E. Stoddard
pled by the Item m the advertisement. No edlustment will H Jayne Butterworth
Clayton Guynn OPEN HOUSE 2-6
=
Multiple Listing
Tools. .-, be made en errors that do not materially effect the value of m We prepare Men and Women. 125 96. W. 13th Street FR 3-2511
'- 1 the adVertisement.Th. Ages 1KU. No experience neces- Member Multiple ListingRENTERS NE23rd Blvd. and '
I sary. Grammar school education 'REDUCEDLARGE
; Boats I usually sufficient. Permanentlobs. ?
/ Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or re- No layoffs. -Short hours. 15th Street 3 UNIT APARTMENT

: SUN any advertisement which It deems oblecflonal and to I High pay. Advancement. Send Register for free month's rent 372-1551 BUILDING now available at a reduced

1 '< Tents llectlng the classification! of any vertlsement& from that or- name home address. phone no obligation, drawing month- price of $10,000. Completely
:: x to conform to the policy of the paper. number and time home. Write furnished this INCOME PROP.
California ranch modern offers ERTY Is located rust one block
i Marcel Co. Box ;388-A c/o Gainesville Iy'HUGH
?: :; Books I Sun. EDWARDS. INC. loads of living at very reasonable from the Duck Pond hi NE Gaines-
--- North Central Fla. largest builder monthly Bavments. Indoor ville. $170 per month Income. A
I 'N. -.1omlllS&I1plUmfflmwn1ll & tnemumIIGunIffzaaiInuDlE1LuIau1 MEN It women II to 55 to train for by far. and outdoor living! and dining REAL BUYI

Plants CIVIL SERVICE NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. area with fenced In patio. 3-
---4 ., ", 8 Baby Sitters Child Care 12 Mole Help Wanted Examinations. For Information bedrooms with feet upon cubic BLACK ACRES Spacious 3 bed
.
WANT send name address I Phone No. AVAIL June 1st.. 3 BR. 2 bam, feet of closet space. 2 Luxurious room. 2 bath masonry home located
Fla mx. screened porch $15- lumInous on a large corner lot with
Pianos ONE Key Training Service. 112 W. papered baths. titan
part time auditor In
CHILD CARE In my home or Apply Adams St.. Jacksonville. 500. Walking distance Little- ceilings glass shower enclosures. lots of trees. Special features Include
your home. One or two children. 2nd person to Hotel Thomas. 615 NE wood. Ph. FR 25043. WOWI what a family room with fireplace
Street. No
telephone calls
Stoves ; Call 376-1536. please. Real Estate Exam 2 BEDROOM. 2 bath large comer kitchen. Easy to Clean custom fireplace In living room, central wall
heating and air conditioning.
and formica cabinets. Built hi GE
lot. close to Howard Bishop
WOULD like to care for children In PART TIME 2 or 3 nights per COURSE to wall carpets built-in oven and
Metcalfe elementary. Member- range. oven and Hood. Double
my home days. Monday thru week. Ro-Mo Color Lab. Phone ATTEND First lesson free. range electric dishwasher huge
Radios Ship swim club. Reasonable equi sink. Central heat available with
t, Friday. Phone FR 24559.Employment. 376-7657. HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE recreation room utility and launISWAa'j
ty. Take over payments. Call37U4S0. or without air conditioning.
double carport.
COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. AveF dry
ADS MEN to train as route salesmen. R: 6-3507. 37?-3727. Spacious corner lot. Many ex ; OF PROPERTYFOR
Skates
Guaranteed salary. All company $60 Month new CB home. large tras. $214001 CALL US NOW
benefits. Liberal
icy. After assignment vacation to route.pot- 27 Feed & Fertilizer 20th lot. Low St. FR down 2-4692.payment 300 S.E. $84 per mo. VA, or FHA Includes $00 DOWN Roomy 3 bedroom

-: TrunksJewelry salary ranges from $300 to $500 everything. $500 down FHA frame home In older residential
; per month depending upon em- BY OWNER. 3 BR. 2 bath dishwasher Includes closing. $100 down VA area. Needs some repairs. 73x150
I I' : : 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED bitlon and desire to work. Those oar: FERTILIZER ssoo per swimming pool privi Includes closing. lot. A STEAL AT $3,000.
with no desire for a permanent yard. $1.25 per bag. Phone 374- leges. Small down payment VA
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS position. or-no ambition to make 5555. mortgage. Phone 374-1583 after

.I Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating money need not apply. Apply In 530. Hugh Edwards, Inc. John Merrill
famous person. Borden's Dairy 2420 NE 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
: Bicycles. Studio Girl Itth MUST SELL 3 BR Florida "North Central Florida's Largest
Cosmetics. Full or Part Tune. Dr.BARBER Room living room. fenced back Developer/ by far. REALTORMULTIPLE

Phone 376-4334 after 4. WANTED. Morrison Barber equity $2500 -will take
yard. My
TV Sets GERMAN Shepherd pups. AKC.
-L CLASSIFIEDDial EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHERS. Shop. 118 N.W. 10th Ave. Exeallent.pe bath Price $17,800. $800 down.
t "' Gainesville 6-5023. Phone 372-1494
Shopping FR
Center payments or less.
Openings available at duced. 3501 NW 18th Ter. Call 372-2727.
_Gainesville. Fla. 374-7154. 1112 NE 19th PU ASSOCIATESMARCELLA
Sperry. Typing and dictation
ClothingCameras PARDI
H' skills necessary. Starting salary BARTENDERMANAGER Experienced. SPRINGTIME ls puppy time. Eng EXCEPTIONAL BUYI BUCKHANNAN
$ lish Shepherd puppies & American J. W. W. H.
I based on experience. Submit resume Cocktail lounge package .
Florida
Shepherd puppies. Call FR 3-bedroom -baths.. room
In confidence telephone store. P
or I e rsonality ambition.
., 372-4411 Ext. 225. for I mixologist. Write El Rev 107 2-0033. central loaded heat.with Garage.trees and 105x132'lot shrub KIRKPATRICKAPPEALING YOUNGAMERICA

\ -, 376.4672 appointment. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY North Main, Gainesville. FR COLLIE puppy 4-montns old. $50. bery. Located 1 block from J.
EMPLOYER. 2-4461. Phone FR 6-1380.
,f Antiques Finley School 3 blocks from UnIversity three bedroom two
EARN up to $50 a week. Full or MARKET man wanted. Sober reliable FREE male puppy. half collie. Of Florida. $17.750 FHA. bath house In the Northwestwith

part-time. No soliciting or collecting d e p e dable. Will n g to half pointer. 2 mos. old. 622 NE $700 down. Total monthly payments personality touches
} Furniture car neccessary. Call FR 6- I work. Apply In person. East Side 1st St. after 5 P-m. of $117. Drive by 1531 NW throughout. Large family HOMESPRESENTS
I :: 1768. Market. 1424 Hawthorne Road. 6th Ave. or call FR 2-7545 dally room. fireplace walled patio -
4 AKC registered Chihuahuas. 2 or nights FR 4-7048. Butler rock garden fall out
Livestock Announcements LUZIERS COSMETICS SALES MANAGER males and 2 females reasonable. Bros. shelter and nice landscap

f : APPROVED by on.Ame Medical Call 481-9367 Hawthorne Fla. ing. Priced less than $n.- NEW BRICK
la Personailzedservice. SALESMEN SALE BY OWNER. 3 BR, CCB Ivi 000.00.ANGLEWOOD.
Diamonds No guess grab go me- 33 LOTS FOR SALE baths. near University and J. J. We have two I
3 LOST & FOUND thod. Full or part time work. Finley. 1611 N.W. 4th Ave. modern homes available at $17- I MODELS

Call Lois Williams. FR 2-6045. Franchised Levy. Marlon.areas In t. Alachua. BY OWNER. new house. 3 bedroom. 50000. These homes have three OPEN 10 a.m. Til Dark
Columbia
; Fish Poles FOUND money on N.W. 3rd Place' Clay
bedrooms, two baths. Florida
WAITRESS wanted evening shin BY OWNER and carport.
must Identify properly. Call FR counties. sell famous brand 1 bath. Utility room
25464. at Howard Johnson's Restaurant. foods.. home owner. bondable. BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 700 2100 N.W. 55th Street. $500 down. room central heat built In FEATURES :
Apply In person only. At 2830 new car to those who qualify. Block of N. W. 22nd Street. IIP Call FR 2-4992. I kitchen. Occupancy at the Fireplaces

Used Cars FOUND Yearling. Identify. Pay N.W. 13th St. Earn 5.750 to $3.125 per ye a r. X 155'. Phone 376-5109. BY THE OWNER In Idylewllde 2 end be of arranged June. Financing for an can acceptable Screened porches

damages & costs. Write Box WAITRESS. good salary. ApplyIn Call FR 2-0587 for appt. Bet. BEAUTIFUL large lots. fully B R, CCB house. tile bath family purchaser. Custom kitchen cabinets
Auto _392-A e-o Gainesville Sun. person Wonderhouse Restau- ter Housekeeping Food Service. Improved. In Rldgewood. NW room. Call 3724001 after REDUCED $140000 to $8,70000. Oversized bathrooms

Tires rant. 14 S.W. 1st street. behind WANTED Filling station attendantfor 31st Street. lust south of NW I 5:30 P.M. This modern Ocala block two Plus many other custom
J3' 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Sears. .. 14m Avenue. J. W. Kirkpatrick be features
night work. 7 P.M. to 7 .M. bedroom house can yours
\ Aquariums IN GAINESVILLE it's CASHIER WANTED. good salary. Apply BlIMJps Serv. Sta. 1005 Agency 31 N. Main or call FR BY OWNER N.E. With 4 BR.den.2 bath screened homeIn for not more than $75.00 per VA & FHATERMS

ODI'S PHARAAACY Apply In person Wonderhouse W. Unix Ave. porch brick patio etc. $14,800. month. Located en a shadedlot I
J8404.KIRKWOOD In the Northwest and :
Restaurant 417 SW 1st St. Behind
Call 372-6455
4 Row Boats 116 Central Plaza Sears. 13-Help Malt or Female available for Immediate occupancy -
(next to Winn-Dixie) .
OUT OF STATE OWNER must $16.275 ON YOUR LOT. Open House. Make e reasonable
For prescriptions & cosmetics OFFICE GIRL -Must be able to Sunday Apr. If, 1 to 4' P.M. offer on the down payment
Clubs I.D.L. DRUGSTORE type 50 fairly good with sell Immediately acre comer 8. and Walking distance to elementary
Golf wpm monthly
Cherokee model designed engineered payments
: !3L Stenographer 21-3$. 2-5 yrs. exper.. lot (240 x 210) In highly restricted & Jr. High Schools Shopping &
able to work with peopleby .
figures
., LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attentIon salary 5275350.Secretary Kirkwood Estates. Call by U. S. Steel Corp. ; accepted you can
; telephone and do some phone Homes Division. 2100 sq. ft. 3 move In tomorrow
to nervous or elderly. 30-40, experienced $300. ,FR 20375.Onehalf
sales. This lob requires good brick Churches.YOUNG
TypewritersMotorcycles Easy Way Driving School. FR Secretary 25-45. $275. BR. 2 bath air cond
conscientious hard worker. Offers lot with 1801 NW J. KIRKPATRICKRealtor
2-7002. Lie. by State of Fla. Secy-Bookkeeper $225-300. acre landscaped veneer 2 car garage. W.
paid vacation plus other Bookkeeper $300. septic system deep well. new 36th Dr. Alachua Homes.. Inc.
\ good fringe benefits. Phone Mr. Bookkeeper. $400-500. depending on pump. 1 ml. to City limits and Phone 4-4470. Member Multiple Listing AMERICA
6 SPECIAL NOTICESThe Rlcketson FR 2-8441. Gainesville experience. U ml. to University. Cash price 31 N. Main Phone FR 24404
Sun for appointment. 374- FOR SALE U. of Fla. Flavet 4 ASSOCIATES:
Accountant $450500.Secy $ .500. Abstract furnished.
Used TrucksRefrigerators RECEPTIONIST. office work good part-time Stenog. par t-' "21. unit buildings. Must be moved Flays Mathiasen Irene Bunnell HOMESNW
Citizens Bank will accept from Univ. property Phone FR A. W. Reece. Capt. USN Ret. '
o sealed bids on the following telephone personality. 5V day 4-1462.
Items: 1763 Pontiac Star chief 4- week. $40 per week to start. Call tlme.Personnel Center 34 Waterfront Property 34th & 7th Avenue
Better House- 4 Bedroom. 2 bath with central
door hardtop. air power steerIng 2-0587 for appt. MARYMOELLER
and brakes. 1762 16 Glaspar keeping Food Service. 102 NW 2nd Ave. Call 372-4377 heating and air conditioning at Phone 3727070FHA
I for appt. WINFRED CRAWFORD 4123 N.W. 15th St. Call FR 4-782.
with 1962 Scott 75 HP and Hurricane
time full time
Baby Buggies trailer. 195 Crosby with WANTED part or 10-12 A.M. 2-4 P.M. Man thru Fr. Reg. Broker, specallzlng In House for sale NE section
cashier. Apply at University Inn LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. N.E. 3 BR.. 2 baths. LR. DR. Fam. at appraisal value of 510.000.
60 Evlnrude 75 HP. and Gator
Restaurant or call Mr. Goldstein Exp secretaries, utiL carport.
salary openCashlerhost'es miles No. of Mel rose, rm. kitchen. rm. low monthly
; trailer. Contact Mr. Sherrod. AGE. S $300 down payrrent,
attractive fireplace
Electric Motors 376-2442. central alr-cond. heat.
3 BR 1 bath car.
GR 52981.BEAUTIFUL payments.
Bids accepted until April 17th. White houseKeeper $25 wk. bookcases, patio (enclosed
$23 WEEKLY for wearing lovely Bookkeeper salary open lot on the Suwannee ), fence lawn pump trees. port. large storage. Call after
BALL ROOM DANCING .
Farm Machinery Classes now forming. Limited en dresses received as extra Fashion re ExPo waitress salary. .. comm. River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- flowers, etc. Antenna near Colonial CharmExclusive 6:00 P.M. FR 44774.REDFRANKS
wards. Just show Exp. mechanics
swim Take $1500 for equity.
pooL
rollment. 1st hour free. Thurs- Frocks to friends. No Investment Store trainee. hi schL grad. 4140. listing lovely new home
day April 23rd. American Legion canvassing or experience Off. trainee hi schl. grad. LAKE HOME not a 'cottage'. FR 2.3093.NW located on large beautifully wooded
Store Equipment Hall. For further Informationcall necessary. Fashion Frocks. Tree surgeon. foreman. $2 hr. This nearly new beautifully SECTION tor sale or rent :I lot secluded In fine residential REALESTATE
I, FR 6-8981. FRAN'S DANCE Dept P6553. Cincinnati O Auto salesman Exp. furnished 2 b. r. masonry and 4 bedroom 2 beth CCB area 3 itt2 bath hw floors
INSTRUCTIONS. 3857 W. Univ. Short order grill man home Is strictly QUALITY home. City water. lights and double garage.custom built. Shown

Infant's Clothing Ave. 12 .Male Help Wonted Insurance trainee $100 wk. Clear bottom lake abounds with sewers. Shown by appointment by appointment. call Mary Moel LIKE home NEW with 9 central bedroom heat I AN beth:3
Route salesman. Levy Co. fish. This Is a 'dream come Phone FR 2-3824. ler.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: AIR CONDITIONING. Charm.
Requires Z-
$10400.00.
Sewing Machines I. Herbert W. Davis will not be CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. true' at Let show HIBISCUS Park. 3 bedroom Ing living room with brick I
us
responsible for any debts contracted ONE of the largest Insurance companies 120 SE 1st Ave. 000. cash down. ARCH CAMP- house. Convenient to Universityand Near Schools FIREPLACE. Functional kitchen -

In my name after this In tht country has a position Phone 3744234 you-ANYTIME.BELL. REALTOR. Phone 374- Finley School. Quiet neigh Levely 3 BR 2 fully tiled baths. with plenty of buWIni Including

Office Equipment date except those made by my.. open for man between age 5707 ANYTIME borhood. FR 2-092. large lot. large closets. screened oven & burners. NearLlttlawood
I self. 21 to 38. Unlimited future. Startat & Westwood Schools.
FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. $15.25000
FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY carport. pay.menta
porch
week. After first 2 FRONTAGE
$80
per LAKE JUST LISTED at $21 000. Call 4-
Movie Nick's Shoe Repair & Hat Shop. weeks $100 and better.. Call 372- 20 Acres on Sand bottom lake. home located In Westmoreland Include prln. .. Int. $107.00 0817.
i Equipment 609 W. Univ. Will close May 15th 8171 for appt. North ef Grandin Asking $5.000 Estates. On city sewers pavedst me.
to Sept. Pick-up all repair work. E. Real. 2 ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family
One half cash. S. Sapp. DOWN $89.50 mo. Inc.
$400 per
wanted for local milk For
MAN top quality workmanship Rm. I living Rm. dining area.
i Furniture 21 to tor. Phone 4722000) or 472-2220. Income taxes & ins. 3 bedrooms 2 baths
route.
Nursery preferred ages call Central heat built-in kitchen Including
8 Baly Sitters. Child Cart contfttten well
In excellent on
35. High school ed.. preferred 372-6142 LAKE Place for sale, call FR2- GE dishwasher 2 courtyards Triplex near schools. :3 Apts. corner landscaped lot. By appt. only.
Materials good health. Apply 204 SW 4416 after 5 p.m. walk to schools close to lot good Income good rentals. 112! Call 3744817

Building TINY TOT 5th St. GAINESVILLE FOR SALE lot on Lake Ann East U of F & medical center FHA 300.00 with low monthly payments

UPHOLSTERY of Hawthorne Restricted area. $22.700. Down payment $1,700. close In LISTINGS NEEDEDFor
Outboard Motors PLAY SCHOOL 1508 NW. 13th St. Call 374-2428 for Information. Immediate occupancy. Drive by prompt. efficient service call
Free Estimates-PICK up and 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler
Visit us and see for yourself. WANTED (5) delivery. 2Ya Acres on Suwannee River Dixie Brothers 372-7545 dally 374-7048 Investment REDFRANK REALESTATEClaude
24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7806. County. near US 17. 100 yards has
downtown
Sports Equipment off paved road. Very high bluff. night. Business property. IV M. "Red" Franks, Realtor
PLANNED program awaits your BEAUTY OPERATORSfor Asking $4500. Terms. S. E. Sapp. Income. large lot. Duplex. Myrtw Lasstter, AssociateW.
I pre-school youngster at JACK I Realtor. 472-2000. 472-2220. PERFECT FOR FAMILY E. "1S1t." Harris. Associate

: Vacuum Cleaners & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. NATIONAL WITH AN IN-LAW J N.E. 1st St. Phone 374-0817
Music educational 500.00MARY NHes Call 372-7743.
programs 35 Houses for Sale -
new Beauty Salon on Gold
film-strips. 745515. Mon.-FrL I I CONCERN NEARLY new 3 bedroom. 2 bath
v Fishing Equipment 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-3700. Coast West University Ave. home has one bedroom separate -
to qualify
Opportunity for one Perfectfor FRED
from the others.
RELIABLE sitter wishes to care for manager. Must be high Has openings for college students $350 down $45 mo.. $10<00 balance. In-law teenager. Beautiful .
or
i Machines for Infants or small children In stylist In all phases. must have during summer vacation. 3 BR CCB patio range no natural finish cabinets In kit- MOELLER I
Washing Public relations work. FR 23745 or FR 2-1785.
her home. Reasonable call FR ability to work with young dlen- $100 a closing. chen. Excellent FHA terms.

'-35,7.CHILD. tel. age limit 40. If you have week salary If qualified plus HOME TRADEOPPORTUNITY $15,000 with only $400 doWn Includes ARNOLD

f Heating Equipment or Infant cares privet these qualifications. Write box we are awarding several $1000 closing. 2103 N. E. 15th
home; Uttlewood area. $35 mo. 377-A Gainesville Sun. giving scholarships and other awards. Terr. 372-1551 REALTOR
For
appt. call Mr. R. B. Davis.
or can p'ck! up and deliver. name. home address. and phone

I i Musical Instruments Phone 4-1761. number. All replies confidential. I 3543763.irop In Jacksonville.suite 543 Fla.Fla.Nan or WILL trade several for homes homes In in Palm the HUGH EDWARDS. INC. "Member of Multiple Listing" REALTORNorthwest
Estates
WILL take care of Children In my All applicants will be contacted I Bank: Bldg.. Jacksonville between View Visit Sales' 1017 W. University Ave FR 4-447
price range.
home from 12 noon until 10 pm. In the near future. hours 9 A-M. and 10-1100
noon. Office Comer NW 3 th Terrace COMING !
Equipment
Camping
night.4-0607. At reasonable rates. FR I and 14th Ave. or call FR 2-1545. PARRISHPRESENTS

Butler Bros. Builders. Three bedrooms 2 baths practically

j Plumbing EquipmentChildren's HAZEL HEIGHTS VILLAGE new wIth central heal and air
IIV THE conditioning and built in kitchen. -
See our 4-feedroom and 3-fced- Has fenced rear yard family
Playthings FUN room 2-bath CCB homes with' GREEN room and drapery rods. $20,000

built-in electric stove and oven. with FHA financing available.Westmorland .

Electrical Central heat. city wtHWIes. NEW LIS TING. Nice masonry 1
: Appliances Wired for television and teie- VILLAGE
bedroom home on northwest 1m
phone. Large yards completely Street within' walking distance of
Parakeets grassed. Hazel Heights Is in Gainesville High! School. Lot lbs I A charming 3 bedroom. 2 bath home
1 Dogs Cats the city limits. Equipped with GREEN 154. Owner leaving city. wIth family room In this desirable .
; sewer lines,. close to bus stop. area for only $17.400. Out of

low down payment conventional MASON MANOR. Neat 4 bedroom 2 town owner desires to sell and
toans. Located on Northwest LLAGE will assist with tmandno Present
.
bath he>n Central heating and
.ti. Ave. west of 13thSt. I mortgage payments $107 per
air conditioning. Lovely fenced
Shown by a ointment. month Including taxes and Insurance .
SUN rear yard makes Ideal play area
FR 23824."WESTWOOO .
phone GREEN
for children. Convenient tschools.
NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA UTTLEWOOD .

Nothing icill sell it faster Walking distance to Khoote. 2 VILLAGE South I Idylwild!
BR. 2 baths home ta Skyline CONTEMPORARY 3 bedroom 2
BOATS & MOTORSWHO Height StudY. hardwood floors. bath home with carpeted l living New home wttft 3 bedroom T'II
BOATS MOTORS' OUTDOOR RECREATION bwiH-ta ran e & even. Cen room central heating and air con- baths central heat and alrcondUtioning.
heat Shaded back yard. Can GREEN ditkmlnfl. Fenced hi yard with bu t-4n kttchen specious
patio and over 100 sq. ft. of liv
and shuffle board
:74-0842. swimming pool
WOULD LIKE THE 74th 24" GRILLS
hip area. You must see this home
HUNTER Fiberglass FUhlpg ir Plywood fIshIng' boats. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR BEDROOM. 2 bath home. separate VILLAGE court. to appreciate the ....,. Convenient -

Boat Introduced by FRANK 518." dining! room. Take advantage LtTTLEWOOO' area. Modern 3 bed- financing to quaHfted buyer.
t PHILPOTT $47 J I GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES of owner's having to
than theGAINESVILLE room.2 bath masonry home In tiptop
EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL 725 N. Main' 372-3537 move I have specious rooms GREEN condition. Priced under $15 Pool
.;ht,1 CHARGE THE TACKLE BOX & wardrobes In new home are,. 000. Immediate possession toe. Swimming
817
among young executives. Enjoy the luxury of a beautiful Esther
.
'. .: .. FRANK PHILPOTTS '"The Heart Cf East Gainesville" 000. FR J-5487. VILLAGE NEAR BOULEVARD. 4 b.droem.2 William* ooIoff"' your ownbackyard.

.. SPORT CENTER Check FR with 2-1771.Charlie Ust of Classifications to choose 3LG. BR. 2 bat panelled LR. I bath In excellent location. convenient Top with a tasty
from attached garage H'1It to a e w a town ShOCI InQ. barbecue cooked on attractive outdoor
Home of Hunter Fiberglass: fireplace
GREENINDIVIDUAL ttrepiace. Plenty of
paved
Immediatepossession.
fenced come lot. Reasonably priced.
Fishing Boats. floors. On ig. I
12 Ft. Telestar Sailing stoop with Stephen Foster. S14JOO, terrace for entertaining Large
NW near
SUN Where Quality Sells Itself Dacron Sail. Skiing Swlmmlng-Dhrfcyj.: eAse rfB. FB. 34851.. STYLINGWe groups AH INs in addition to a
Open Model ...____.._.. 8347 --- UNDER 118.000. New 3 bedroom spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath home
20 N.W. 14th Ave. Decked model ............ S2ttBAIRD'S Fishing Equipment. HOUSES FOR SALE: >eR 1- are proud to present this CUSTOM homes built under FHA specification with dreamy kitchen and huge living
Bath central heat wHf fir. BUILT tri-tevel home with and available *o qualified room overlooking pool Wall
FR 2-5011 or FR 4-4873 MARINE CENTER Safety Items. place. NW arm Terrace Price rare charm. Over 3008 *4. ft. living buyers wtth FHA financing. No to waif carpeting throughout tremendous
601 S. Main FR 9-8531 area :3 or 4 bedreoms.:3 bams closing costs and no city taxes. closet space and lure,,
Mon. Thru FrL 5-4 p.m. SaL M Coifing Equipment CHEAPER THAN RENTS a. arc huge recreation room. well planned Phone for further details. landscaping. Paved street Prce
10 FL Martin Sailing Pram with
Tsr?. S JOO- reduced to $24500.
44th dmlng
battIE family room roam
.. .. -
.. .
14Trailer for Sailboats. Dacron Sail 8U7. too. Approximately
mo. overlooking creek.
Tennis Equipment. Payments $45 pSI.2BR screen porch RANCHETTE homesttes -
Model PT.'''' 8127. BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER HIlt SE 44' i Terr. S4JOO Central fuel atilt eK condition It acres each. Located FantasticContemporary

ADS BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER 441 S. Mate FR 1-&S31 Baseball Equipment. "" per tog. Drive by :3429 N.W. 2lst Fiend on New b erry Road. Just
WANT 601 S. Main FR 2-8S31 And also some trade-In Houses. phone us for an apowitment to $500 down. 5 years on balance.

Where to Fish. Can FR 4-7444. see the many other extras. '
i SWIMMING POOLS 2V lieu... 25x25 famli WESTSIDE new residential subdivision M you like exquisite design In a
; .1A.- 35R.
/ IS- living rm. enclosed OFFICE AND HOME opening soo Acre lots. I startling contemporary you mustsee

3- Sun Want Ads PM many many more. earage.room. central beat 4 air cond. JUST USTED. Large frame nome, streets now being paved. May we I this superior home located on
BE CAREFREE J Lee beautitutty' landscaped. 3448 S bedrooms 2 baths ca* be converted tea you more about this restricted 1.85 acres In Northwest section.
NW 12t% Ave. Call FR 3-4518 for to office and home. In desirabie area outside city limits. Tremendous glass areas twofireplaces.
b. llt in kitchen.
Enoy| e dean and ,,"litty'poaI.. ADVERTISE Cf THE appointment. downtown area. The Call price tor Thrimng' views. Calf in today for
; Results attractive.
Get Master Pool Service Inc end terms are
I details. M.M.PARRISH .. .pcl lntmant. Price $43.000
CALL- Supplies: I Monthly cleaning AIR CONDITIONED complete
I service. SQtVICK DDUCI'01IYyour : IF you like space tor entertaining .
FR 2-5343 4-064 9-3171 this is the house for yw. Lg. Alachua ARNOLDREALTY
living area opening onto red
L__ wood enclosed patlo..r Uta COMPANY

: MR. MERCHA NT: To place ; ad in the tie j dishwasher wood Bd S and baths disposal Westwood central built schools.-heat In Realty Associates AND ASSOCIATES. INC 121 W.Multiple Un.V. Ave.Listing Member 372.3522

376-4672 MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING Associate: pete Seig
r Multiple LIstIng
: PJ lONE 372-8441 stove. Owner setting at FHA, $1300 appraisal Arte T. Smith Member Broker H. Wayne Hit ptalan Graham Jane CaltfweH r."ft. Hodg
section price. m.ooo'Y.
Fun in the Su:n down. 922 NW 34th Terr. FR 4- Hutoct U Cora Associate Carolyn Gardenshlre Mary Parrtsh Jim Sheppard Bok Kaikman
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4745." 435 H. E. lit $I. Pfcone 374-2448 19 rLC. First St. TeL 372-5373 Charlie May "

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( I J- 35 Houses for Sale I I 35 Houses for Sale 45 Furnished Apts. I I 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 49


3 BEDROOM 2 bath. central heat ONE 3 BR. house furnished $60 I
CLASSIFICATION INDEXI I GLADY SMITHP. I and air conditioning. Paved street 2 BR. 10 x 50 Mobile_ home. FURN.' Room for rent Prefer per mo.. water included. Available FOR
private fence 100
x TV lot
$700 down. Phone FR 2-5514 grad. student (woman) or working May 1st. 3 BR. unfurnished private
4 bedroomS. 2 2020 NW 31st. PL FR 6-1180. lady. Reasonable rent. FR .house $50 Hot water meals. 306
K. Yonge area. No children. $75 mo.
mo. ,
with fireplace. Wanted 6-6077. heater and water Included. FR 217C8.SINGLE
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE i baths. Living room 38 Real Estate
Florida room. Separate din ing AIR COND. Available now. Call 485-2362.
I 1x30 Trailer with ca FURNISHED houses. $100 & $110 or I
1 I* Me.fl&.! Tk& k. .1 ffaatei U Buy g room. Nice kitchen. This is a fam- bana. 2 bedroom on bus line. to per month. NW 39th Ave. Phone Brooker Fla. cool !
3 t Crt Lost A...."4 *! Machinery ft TeoUU ily home with convenience to WANT TO BUY town and campus. $60. F 2-2914. FR 2-9854. 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath. attached off campus. ; I

4 4 Pers.a U ed ServUei BBlldlnr Materials all schools. 2 or' 3 bedroom home with EAST SIDE COEDS 3 BR house. completely fur- garage. Air conditioner. $100 & maid i
6 Travel Uf.n ttoa U H.ueh.14 G..diCS Quality home on Newberry Road. family room and 2 baths. Kitchen fished, kitchen equip. $100 mo. month. 720 NW. 20th Ave. FR ROOMS for
S Special JlleU.u AntillesM Large lot with many trees and must be equipped. Central GARDENAPARTMENTS Call 376-3305 after 5 p.m. 21635. Avail. May 1. ter J
MUc. F.r Bali 5 heat preferred. Must be priced ter or $30 I
tile baths.
7 FtorUU 3 bedrooms. 2
shrubs. !
3 BR, FOR RENT I room house unfurnished -
$100
living
C1 Pests g rm. dining rm.
Trading Ph. 3740787.ATTRACTIVE
Sitter CMM Care Living roomis right with reasonable down
I Baby Florida room. pay
double ,
104 S.W. 10th St. Call FR
106 NW 10th St. Prefer
p PlateS T. Ga Aat CS Articles Wasted carpted and has a fireplace. ment. Write to Box 365-A per mo. 6-3330. :
1- T SeeAUTOMOTIVE a. FB.! Oil .* Weeds 5 Gainesville Sun.LISTINGS. $57 male students. McKinney Green. .
Things per month upGainesville's entrance. in
;e Beate Maria. Equip.2lCsp.RestFtsh Near the University. Good buy In a Inc. FR 23617. 3 BR, Ig. family rm, equippedkit Kitchen ,
3 bedroom 2 bath home with Florida WANTEDFordyce Finest AVAIL May 1st. 3 BR. 1 bath. ; separate dining rm.. many F student. I I
lSalea-Reatale 'I! Office E.Bi..*, room. Newly painted and dec Furnished or unfurnished living rm., dining rm.. & kitchen.Carport built-ins. Large beautiful lot. I
I 7e MbU AlrpUa Here f.r Sal 73 Mulct MerchaadlM orated. riced at $17. 00. & Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart screened porch air con- Available now thru August. S135 3 BLOCKS
77 Associates. Inc. have ment. 309 NE 9th ditioner. central heat. swimmingpool per mo. 5010 Newberry Road. FR I mer rates.
St. Phone 374-
?t Tracks fr Sal Call 372533 to see any of these need for new and Interesting 9608. privileges for sm. fee. Good 25951. mester. For J
t 7, Track Wasted REALESTATEFORSALE I homes or ask for our list of choice listings of homes and lots neighborhood in NE section. $150 call 3720481.N.
.. TraeUrf .* Track KeaUUM In the Gainesville area. Excellent 2 BR unfurnished house S acresof
In all price ranges. WANTED 3 roommates
I buys for furnished per mo. Call 372-7111 or FR 6- .
Trailer BemtaUU clients are waiting to 4 ground near Nursing Home W. I
33L.teferSal. bedroom 2 bath modern 6201.
Urcycle. 8r_Uri be Informed of your listing. w--t of SW 34th Ave. $60 per with air -
= house S30-S35 mo. Call FR 2-0958.
54
E II AaUm* Ue RpalrCS Wattrfr Property GLADYS SMITHRealtor FORDYCE BEDROOM, CCB furnished mo. 4141 NW 12th Terr. Call 376- carport

i st..bUe s fr BaI* U se Hisses Ceturei Fir Fir Sal. Sale 5 ASSOCIATES. INC. !, 1 BR, LR Kit., all utilities fur. house. Wall to wall carpet. no 2641 or 376-2930 ask for Mr. Call 1
M Swap Cars nished except for pets 2903 N. W. 6th St. Call FR Haynes.
Associates: Multiple Listing gas cooking. ONE or two
17 Zeal Estate debute E 926 W. Univ. Ave 376-1236
Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon $65 mo. 911 NE 3rd Ave. (Rear). 6-7749. For k.tchen
i* Zeal Estate Wasted rent. $85 month. 2 bedroom
EDUCATIONAL 55 O.t .f T... property Florence Burns Carolin Noyes WANTED to buy houses to be FR 2.0989.AVAILABLE. 2 BR. 732 NW 23rd Blvd. $95 per house. S.E. 72nd St. 2 blocks W. mosphere.
II Sek..U l itraeUU .. 4B BiiiBeii Prcpertiee 1228 W. University 372-533 moved. or to wreck them. Phone for summer trimester mo. Call McKinney Green Inc. of Newnan's Lake. Reliable 2.m. I
M..ic. Dasctac. 41 KcsMtBtUl Ise.e 454-1650 High Springs 1 and 2 bedroom furnished FR 2-3617. party only. Available May 1st. 10-FT. wide I
n Wutetl-lD.tncUea 4? Farm. A Acreage apartments. Some air- __Phone F R 6-2567 after 7 p.m. month. Call
43 Catered Property Rentals FORDYCEFEATURES 39 Out of Town Property conditioned. Near University 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 3 BR house for rent. Inquire at
EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colored Property Sales 916 S.W. 7th Avenue. FR 6-266J
; 1340 SE 24th Ave. or phone FR
11 Work Waatci Male 7 ROOM house with bath en lot 1 & 2 BR. 1 bin, from campus 6-5036. House located at 111 SE 51-A
II Wrk Wasted Fcpial* RENTALS ; 90x220. On Main Street in air cond. optional $76 lioi FOR RENT unfurnished 2 BR 4th St.
14 Sale Help Wasted Hampton. Fla. Price $4200. H. mo. Call McKinney Green per house. $60 per mo. unfurnished
U Help-Mai* .r Female 44 Ctlacei Few Beat F. Jones 372-3617. Inc. 2 BR duplex apt. $60 per mo. 49 Rooms For Rent PHYSICIAN'S
U Mai Help Waate 4} FurnIshed Apt. E Call FR 67464.FORDYCE. bedroom
Dramau 4C Cafermlshed Apt*. AGELESS 40 Business Properties FURNISHED 1 Br. apt. water home. ;: :
11 ....... hip Wasted 47 fleeces fir Real Fara. furn. 31st Ave. N.W. & 9th Terr.. RENTALS ROOMS for men. Weekly maid WANTED

48 fleeces for Beat Calm. 5 SIMPLICITYand 12 ACRE SHOPPING CENTERI 3129 call FR 4-4817. SEVERAL attractive homes service. linens and refrigerator ment. 2

FARMS & LIVESTOCKe 41 R..mk fer Real 5 Corner. of course. 1400 n. of 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & available and also furnished. 372-1185 or 372-1981 $75 to $85.
.. that endures In this of pavement traffic count and apartments. 416 NE 2nd Ave.NICE.
g Fcrm E..I.ea' 50 H.U1 R mS elegance clean. For married couples on Call or Contact For- 374-4271
51 Mlie. Rentals 5 most attractive 3 bedroom 2 bath population check Indicate immediate ly. Adults
: Feed A Fertlllier no pets. Rent rea dyce Associates. Inc.
Livestock applies SIA Wanted T* Kent home. Large living room. separate NEED for this facility.An sonable. Call 376-7.... 926 W. Univ. Ave 376-1236
"4 Tea leD SS B.arderi Wanted dining room. built-in kitchen. Investor's dream at $10.000.00 .- EYES !
in LandscapIng. U Office Desk Space family-Florida room. All air conditioned whole price Terms. tool Efficiency apt., water furnished UNFURNISHED 3 BR house. Stove
Pet a> Spplle You ARCH CAMPBELL. $35 per mo. 3505 N.W.
heated. REALTOR. 17th
and centrally St.
54 Basinet BcmUU & refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. See real I
Livestock Wasted = end Phone 37 5707 ANYTIME Call McKinney Green Inc.
5 can save rent money and up 3617. FR 2- Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 after 5:30 SEPARATE GARAGE Lawn
with a wonderful home and neigh-
.: FINANCIAL SERVICE borhood to live in. $21,500. Excel 42 Farms & Acreage 3 bedrooms bath and1.. P.M. for appt. 2-Bedroom home for lease. Located F. D.
Priced
58 Ba.iBe.t OpPHaaltle 23 Special Serflcet 5 lent financing. consult FORDYCE $75 per m o nth. Students 4 RM. frame house at 1120 SE in nice quiet neighbor Ph.
23 Hame Imrn.mellt. INc.. 376123LSUBURBAN wet- 21st Ave., hood. Kitchen equipped with West en
57 MBC U lAu S. ASSOCIATES come. Water furnished. Call FR shady yard. S42JO per
=' U Mrte 21 Radio A TV Service FORDYCEACREAGE 2-2907. month. Call 372-4136. Frigidaire refrigerator stove the Glee I
51 Maey Wanted 15 Appliance A Faraitare g and flat top hot water heater. tion. See
3 BR. 1 bath. 611 N.W. 34th Terrace "

_..._..............._......_....._..__...__............._..ii 2 BR. furnished apartment. No. $110 per mo. Call McKinney Tiled kitchen tiled baths and
I JIIDmI; IIIIIIIIIII This lovely three bedroom home pets. 311 S. E. 8th St. $80 month. Green Inc. FR 2-3617. shower. Floor furnace with
with beautiful kitchen. large FlorIda Phone FR 6-OT61. thermostat. Window air condi-

35 Houses for Sole 35, Houses for Sole room. hardwood floors and 2 & 3 BR air conditioned apts.,3 121 N.W. 25th Street Close to Univ. tioned. Beautiful screened in I
I central heating will be loved by the. 2V4 and' S acre parcels availableat blks. from campus low summer 3 bedroom 1 bath. range and re- porch. Nice floors. Home completely E. C. I II
whole family. Situated on an attractively frigerator. $110 Mo. or can fur- I
this time. Perfect home sites rates. For app*. to see ph. equipped with Venetian
I NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. "Jb3th. i 427 N.E. 10th PI. 2 BR. CCB. landscaped lot in a northwest location. 3n'048I. fish, air cond. on lease at higher blinds. This home is Ideal for I
central air' large garage near Shopping choice residential *re". nnrlhwectsection. rate. FR 6-8545 evenings FR small families or retired couple.
Central heal
cond. Northwest. $1 ,000. Call Center. Nice neighborhood. $11- Consult FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES Over 800 acres available, $220.00 1 BR furnished apt. living room 2-7883 More Interested In good neighbors Homes. I
374-227. 500.' FHA. financing ,avail. FR .- INC. 376-1236. an acre. Fenced and cross fenc dinette per month.end .bath.Phone$75 $80 $85 CLEAN 2 BR. kitchen equipped. and tenants than amountof I mess and
963*. 6-1' ed. A perfect ranch. 376-0787. Ideal for working people. 20 SE rent. Call owner at 3725641. Farms"and I
NEW: 3 bedroom. CCB. S8.W5. DELIGHTFULdescribes 1 I BR. furnished apt., water fur 9th St. $60 per mo. Phone 6- After 6 call FR 65464. E. C.
USO down. S45 month. Phone BEAUTIFUL PARQUET 160 acres for $165.00 an acre. Be- nished. 4141 NW 12th Ter., $60 5724. 638 I
Day 45-2441. Night FR 4-4311. FLOORS this three bedroom family tween Newberry and Archer Road. per mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930 FR C-2032
home with a touch of Old New ask *or 'Mr. Haynes.
England. Living room with fireplace Other listings available $95.00 an
NEW NEWThree Preowned home located lust across spacious kitchen and separate acre and up. 3 room apartment for rent., Mid-
and Four Bedroom. two bath street from Howard Bishop Junior dinette. formal dining room dle age couple or couple with one Shadow
homes on N.W. 16th Ave. With all High. Completely reconditioned. for entertaining and Florida FORDYCE child. Call FR 2-138X
Florida Three b d-
room. e -
the features of todays modern I room. .Call to see this one FOR.
rooms one' bath. FHA $550 down ASSOCIATES. INC. NE location 1 BR, -
homes. H a r dwood floors cent. DYCE & .ASSOCIATES. INC.. 374- $60 per mo., 2
Includes closing. $1X750. 1916' 924 W. Univ. BR. $75 Call of homes
heat and airconditioning. double 1236. 376-1236 per mo. Joe Mason,
N. E. 20th Ave. 372-1551. .376-2472 siGn look.
carPOrt. built-in elec. kitchen. V* 160 ACRES fenced with good 3 days 376-1963 evenings.

acre lot sprigged and landscaped.On REFRESHING bedroom CB home. land all fenced i MOBILE HOMES nice and clean F. D.
HUGH EDWARDS. INC.
city sewer & utilities. Priced and cross fenced. good pasture paved streets, swimming, pool,
I beow: todays market to sell quick yes. this 4 bedroom. two bath on good road. couples only. Phone 372-2290. Wilt .a
EJCC. terms. home is most refreshing with a MARY MOELLER I the Glee
1STORYRED cool swimming pool surrounded bya I NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen tlon. See .
EXCITINGDescribes I- large patio and lot. Located in REALTOR equipped. $60 per month on a I
a truly delightful neighborh o o d. 101* W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-4471 years lease. Ph. 376-8372 days (

this attractive Ocala brick BRICK Call FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. 160 acre farm with all equipment. 376-7327 evenings. '
home with 3 BR. 2 baths at 607 I INC. 376-1236. Half mile, paved road frontage. I
NW 19th Ave. Cent. heat. $45 efficiency, private bath & en

place.and much Fla.more room.for fenced only y$ a fire-I I very Fireplace-strip large kitchen oak with floors-built CONTEMPORARYwith Good farms and acreage listings. with trance.light Also hot furnished& cold water.room in Your Key to Good Living 1 blk. :

SEE TODAY. In appliances. rear screened quiet taste Is yours In this Call Ben Griffin' Associate I 3rd best St.CLEAN part. of city. $35. 321 N.E. A HUGH EDWARDS HOME,
bath home.
porch can be converted into three bedroom. two I a. One furn. !
WESTWOODThis Fla. room-rear patio for priv Beautiful porch warm woods us- GLADYS SMITH. Realtor and neat near campus able others
and I
the family room '
ed throughout
lovely 3 BR. 2 bath Ocala blk. acy.baths.1 Floored very large upstairs bedrooms.and 2 built-in kitchen. delightful 'vmg! 1228 W. University 372-5393 fer and married shopping.tenants.one bedroom Call any pre O Colonials from $93 per month

tome Is located near schools at'', ready to convert into 4th and room with drapes and wall to wall FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE time. One furn.
3S2S NW 7th Place. Pretty built-in 5th bedroom or play room as carpeting. For more informationcall RURAL PROPERTIES Ralph FOSSEY Realtor: I cluslve:
1 ]/2 bath homes from $77
tec. kitchen with breakfast booth. needed. LIKE NEW Inside FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 per mo. bedroom
Cent. heat HW floors. Sc. porch. I LIKE OLD yard and landscap INC. 376-1236. ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTORU.S. "Selling Florida Since 1906" trance.
A real buy at $19.100. ing. Frankly we wonder it FHA '\ Hwy. 441 Micanopy Fla. Florida modern brick fronts from $95
did not make a mistake when Ph. 466-3120 2 ROOMS and bath. 1st floor excellent Furn.
they valued this property at only FORDYCEASSOCIATES. location $60 a mo including per month .
UNIVERSITYREALTY $17.500. with |lust $1,000, down BEAUTIFUL building site for the most utilities. Adults I Call FR
family that wants to be outside
Including closing costs. You the city limits. Almost 5 only. Call FR 6-8063. Screened homes from $85 5 p.m.
acres porch
drive past 636 NE 10th INC.REAL
may large pines. good soil. Convenient I I .
I Very clean nicely furnished 1 bedroom
Ave. for an idea of the value.
: ESTATE EXCHANGORS location. Call J. W. Kirkpatrick apartment. Tile bath. $65. per m nth .
then call FR 4-2473 for an appointment
HIS N. Main St. ph. 377-43S1 ,, j to ate inside (It looks I Multiple Listing Realtors Agency. FR 2-8404, 31 N. Main. I 733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 4-0644. I I
I W. ,M. Munroe. Broker' even better).' : Grace S. Fordyce. Breker AIR-CONDITIONED apartment I.. Colif.3moderns from $84 per mo.
ASMC S. E. McLaughlin. Frank I Warner W. Weseman-Realtor; I Harvey Benton. Associate LAKEFRONT HOME bedroom and patio with cooK-I I
Rotor, Roy McCann I Ih III] N. Main St. 926 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1236 out. Near Medical Center and
1' NEAR MELROSE Univ. Call FR 2-3488 or 6-4360.

2 BR, well' turn. 1st floor duplex. NO MONEY DOWN VA i
300 feet frontage on Lake Rosa Quiet. near campus. Air cond.
$100 Closing
Pay Only
t : SERVICES nearly four acres Accept -3 mature Students 376-6494.
4 BR 2 baths large screened FHA LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT "

porch on 2 sides of house 47 Houses for Rent Furn.
modern kitchen. oil furnace, concrete IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY II I
J, block. We A't
1 BR. house suitable for couple or l
Home And Business 3 car garage with equippped utility one person only. 150 a month or
on Hawthorne Rd. Call FR
t room & servant's room and
bath. 24762. Hugh Edwards Inc. i '

2 BR. CCB furnished N. E. sec ,
Bulldozing j Plumbing Large dog kennel with 2 houses 1.concrete tion. Call FR 2-7154. The I
I i floor.
2 BR completely furnished house. N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. 372-1551 = occupancy.

t SEWER INSTALLEDNEW Live oaks magnolias mimosas. $6$ per month. 507 SE 8th St. ,
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SMALL bulldozer. loader. dump azaleas. camellias. ------ ----- -- I 1115 ...
gardenias
fixtures. complete
& used
'
fill lime rock. Top
trucks. dirt.
3 BR. 2
plumbing service "BIG" JIM oranges. etc. Sprinkler system.
soil. Phone 372-7844.
I HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumb- I per mo.I .
I Ing. FR '-IS89. For sale by owner or your broker. -
( BULLDOZERS & Dragline. Back Open Saturday and Sunday 1115 ....
hoe. wheel tractors. motor
grader. Free estimates. W. G. 1 RemodelingNEED 1Q..SPhone Mel rose. Granite 5- Highland Court Manorthe 3 BR. 2
241 or for 0' h er appointment per mo.
(Buck) Johnson. FR H219.
phone Gainesville FR 2-4051. i

It. A NEW Florida room. car LOS TRANCOS WOODS 11216 I
CarpentryWORK port. patio. screened-in porch 2.4 ACRE wooded tracts west of swim club community = 3 BR 1
etc.? Call now and get It done Gainesville $365 downtotal E per mOo I
for the summer months. Call price $1820. Drive west on New-
372-804 after S P.M. for free berry Road turn right on SR 11442 "'
wanted: Carpenter desires estimates. No. 241 and watch for sign on -
BR. iVi
work. Repairs. remodel I n g. ...
the right or call anytime for .tI II
Ph. 24102.Cosmetics. BUILDING. remodeling. painting map to be mailed. 13 per I
block and cement work. Good
1702 ....
work. Good prices. Phone 468- 80 ACRES Southwest and close to
1172. 3 B R. 2
town $225 an acre.
PALATKA ORNAMENTAL IRON Ralph Realtor E per mo.

-, WORKS. Railings & porch columns FOSSEY I
An HOUR OF BEAUTY will make made to your specifica 11 W. ,University Ave. Ph. 374-135 4527 &
Air Conditioning a "new you" at MERLE NOR. tions. Phone 325-4005 Palatka _"Selling Florida Since 1906" 4518 &
MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. after 4 P M.. reverse the charges. 3 BR 1 1
L earn professional make-up 43 Colored Property e ocr' mo.
I secrets by trained beauty ex 1.1L
conditioningHot
Air
pART BALL" perts. 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR : *
( Air-Hot water) heating. and 20124. Upholstery HOMES FOR SALE I 303 SE
refrigeration. Ph. 372-1 Mi. II I' 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & ____46.s__ == 304 &
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Years Experience. POSITIONS open for ladies in SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay- 02 3 BR. 1 I
Gainesville & surrounding areas. UPHOLSTER your furniture at ment. Some small down pay.
For detail call or write to Mrs. I reasonable prices. Call Sally. ment. Monthly payment $57 to epermo. I
Repair & Experienced. FR 69888.SewingAlterat'ions.
Appliance Johnnie Turner. Nan. Dist. Director $45. Also homes built on your
ftVivane Woodard lot for no down payment. 1Ullllll1llllil
: Air Conditioning co.l I
: metics phone 376-148t or ttt Call TOMMY RIDGELL The I
Main St.FIRE Builder Phone FR ?-41'5I I
\ ... struction
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t *.e- i
for
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A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP SEAMSTRESS I do sewing of all I 44 Cottage for Rent I
) First In air conditioning and Ap- EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA kinds < Dressmaking. Mrs. W. I 3224
t 'Btiance repairs. FR 64367. C Asbell. 3436 N.W. 17th Ter. GUEST HOUSE with spacious terrace "-
I I BR. 2
FIREEXTINGUISHER /ace. 3720655.ALTERATIONS. overlooking natural stream .. / I ,
BENNY GRAYFOR CO. on on private grounds. Large II i v Ing : k, ;; .d'., .. i .z Derm. I
womensclothing. :ilk :
Efficient Quality Sales and Service room with fireplace. balcony. bedroom --
Service I Reasonable Rites An types of Fire Extinguishers belts. .d a I a e buttonholes. bath and kitchenette. Completely 3236
dressmaking. Call furnished. Close to UnIversity $8 3 B R. 2
CALL 376-4879 Pick up and delivery service 372-881. I
THE C. R. Thomas Gainesville. Ph.Fla.376-898 4-5112.and Medical Center. Call FR The Monticello Epermo. I

t ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
Sewing Machine Repairs 2 BEDROOM trailer with unfur. 3301 &

MEDICAL CENTER nished 2 room cabana. No pets. NW

EMERGENCY conditioning In refrigeration your horn and. Free air Mortgage BrokerFHA LL-SEWING VICE CO. 115 MACHINE W. University SER- $68 FR month 35433 Available April 15th. Now Open For Your InspectionDon't I 4 per B R mo., 2 I I

I Ave. 376107SWe repair all
V2-133 estimates. 24 hour service. Ph. and conventional at lowest Makes. Work fully guaranteed. 45 Furnished Apts. fail to see this popular model this E 3236 &
current rates. Terms to 25 I "
years. Will gladly discuss at no week. Over 1600 feet of. enclosed .J NW I I
Service obligation. Call tomorrow. Tires Alignment square
Appraisal : t 1 BEDROOM. large living room BR, 2 I

]J.|_N.W. Main KIRKPATRICK.St. Ph. FR Realtor Z- 494 Brake Service kitchen couple preferred. No .. 1. space with four bedrooms, two baths, and a <:}; mo.
: FRED &. ARNOLD : children or pets. Available May ;
REALTOR FRED B. ARNOLD 1st. FR 2-4857. paneled Florida room gives your family plenty 13 &
'HEAL ESTATE APPRAISAL REALTOR VACATION SPECIALON i

SERVICE FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS famous nationally known Mohawk PRIVATE. 3 rooms newly and pamted bath. Hot closein. and of room to grow! Spacious living room and l. BR, 1
.
121' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 tires Save up to I
121 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 50%' on new tires. See our new cold parking.water No furnished.pets. IS S.Off. W.street 2nd separate dining room too. Inspect this big ". mo.
around
Auto wrap retread that gives of g
I Equipment MORTGAGE MONEY more mileage & traction. Latimer Place. one with colonial styling now. ,
SV* per cent Interest. Terms to' Tire Co 4M M Mum I HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt 1. 25 years. 15 Sept. U 2 BR, completely f
% wchanged Repair kits for BUY BUILD REFINANCECall WINDOW CLEANING furn air cond. apt T-V Monticello Located at N.E. 31st Ave. and 15th St.
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized antenna ind. IV* blks. from I I 124
Walker Hydraulic Jack 125 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 campus married couple pfd. I 1
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE Dan Byrd WINDOWS cleaned. floors cleaned $90 per mo. 176-3364-
SERVICE 1. SUPPLY 1314 S. and waxed houses washed. 10 I Year
GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA .
yrs. experience. Free estimate.
FR M4VT -
_Min and conventional loans. Low Phone FR 35953.Yard ROOF LEAKING? Sales Office Located 11
rates. Terms to 25 vears. 133t i '

Auto Glass' W. Univ. Ave. 372-533. WorkFOR There SUN U no PEAKING substitute? for I At NE 23rd Blvd. ;: OUR :

FORDYCE and Associates. and = I
Inc. quality service. Call 11th Terrace OPEN
Conventional and F.H.A. loans
AUTO CLASS h our only busI- with! low rates and long term the best take a rest. Osteens GAINESVILLE ROOFING t, zi: .:_ Phone 372-3471 JOY YOU I I
ness. Immediate Installation; loans our specialty. Quick. courteous Lawn Mowing Service. Free esti :372-024 FREE ESTIMATES I
fret pickup delivery. Add confidential service. Call mate. Can FR 41417.ADVERTISE ALL WORK GUARANTEED DEVELOPERS FR 236-ti I
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323 N.W. 4th St. FR 4-2558. dyce. Realtor. SERVICE DIRECTORY I I
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65 Misc.; For Salt -- 66 Milt Sos Sale. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 85 Automobiles for Sato I 25 Automobiles for Sal. -- -- t

DODGE-DART .
Prfhle'd Pattern CHEVY 56 2 Dr. hard-top R&H I
ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna SINGER reconditioned, new console FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES S-S. 348 engine. $49*. C.il FR VW. '63 Micro-Bus deluxe model. DODGE TRUCKSPOOLE.GABLE o Ford
Double stack complete. Nothing fully guaranteed. Full price 6-4803 803 N.W. 36th Ave. radio heater, curtains, low mileage VOLKSWAGEN
else to buy $15. Brants. only $32.40. Buy on .easy terms. 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South very clean. Split front Falcon
513 N.W. 8th Avenue. Call 372-2051. Gainesville 372-5113 CHEVROLET 1955. 4dr6cytIn- I seat. Price 215. Melton Motors,
Hours 8 to 8. Sunday 11 to 7 der, radio. heater pcwergiide 703 N. Main St., FR 6-7571. Fairlanto
DINETTE chairs bedroom furnIture FOR SALE bedroom suite, dbl. Service Is a must with us. transmission tutone green and 119 SE First Ave.
Ultramatlc Caloric gas dresser bookcase, bed .. chest white finish. Reduced to $m. 'I 1961 Corvalr Coupe stick shift, 3724343FOR T-Bird
stove almost new. Very reason- 1 yr. old, like new, $125. '1 used NOW SHOWING 4 per cent Financing Shaw & $995. Phone 372-0245 or 372-3407.
able. 3764410. T-V good condition needs tubes 1964 MOBILE HOMES Keeter 238 W. University Ave. Ford
only, $5. Ph. 376-2744 or call at X and :3 bedrooms all Floor FR 2-0503. 1957 BUICK new paint lob. $350. MILLER.
THE best costs less. Cook for less 3831 SE IStn. St. Plans. Terms tailored to meet ; Phone 372-5928 or 3723407. THE CORRECT J.V>. Trucks
with Phligas from Fuilgas Inc. budget. Drive a little ands CORVAIR Monza '63. equipped
9217 P"37653t2.. SEWING MACHINE: Singer Automatic your ve a lot et with radio heater, white side 1962 4 dr. Galaxle 500 Ford. $1695. I' TIME BROWN
: Zig Zag. drop-in cams CONNOLLYMobile wall tires. 8,000 actual miles. I, Phone 372-0245 or 3723407.: I Used
' 2-.244j 1 G. E. REFRIGERATOR, excellent button holes. monograms sews Assume payments, small equi 1030 E. UniT. '
cond. 6 mo. old, 4V* yrs. guarantee on buttons. Take up a payments Home Sales Inc. ty. Will consider older car for 1960 Ford Sunllner convertible, FR 2-1411 FR 2.3582 Cars
remaining best offer. Also at S9.11 each. Call 372-2051. 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 equity. Call owner at 372-8441 : new top 81 new paint Job. $ .
Ig. range with griddle. FR Phone 622-8166 ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays. Phone 372-5728 or 372-3407. Courtesy Of
13 GOING out of the building busi Closed Sundays Get TOTAL
S-7393. ness. Will sell all kinds and DODGE ROYAL 1955. 4-door V-a. I 1963 COMET, 4 dr. Custom, $1595. University Chevrolet
0 0 T.V.'S USED 129.95 up portable table sizes of doors for Vt price. Also 40MODELS automatic. Radio and heater. S Phone 372-5928 or 372-3407. N. Main St. at 16th Ave. PERFORMANCESHAW
1.o: & consoles guaranteed. Anteiw door locks and hinges. Various new tires. Excellent condition.
na's optional. College Radio. FR electrical lights and fixtures $350. Phone FR 4-8060. I 1963 Morass Coupe stick shl ft. --- .. .- GAINESVILLEAUTO AT
.' bucket seats $1695. Phone 372- -
GoC also Jalousies and awnings win-
6-7731. FORD XL., 1963 10,000 miles. A.T.. 0245 372-3407.: SALES
dows and various types of mould- ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE or "CARS"O &
FINE
SEEING IS BELIEVING FROM LOWEST PRICES. R & H, P.s.. bucket seats small
Ing. FR 6-0848 between 10 AM. 1956 2 DR. Ford. V-8 A-T R&H. 2- 1007 N. Main St.
machines. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. equity assume balance. Phone
FOR rebuilt washing FAIR
and 4 PJADoN'T tone paint excellent condition, PRICES
dishwashers, refrigerators and MART 454-1691. Pfcont FR 2-6313 KEETER
TRAILER $495. Call FR 2-2809.
D appliance repairs call Dan at FR merely brighten your car FORD 1959. 4-door Falrtane 500. COURTEOUSSALESMEN Northcentrel Florida's
%: pets..Blue Lustre them .eliminate Hwv. 17. Phone 328-1050
V-8 automatic transmission. Radio
o FAIRLANE 500Must 230 W. UniversityFR
4GEU7A1 HANDYMAN SHOP rapid reselling. Rent electric Largest
.: > ri OPEN WEEKDAYS heater. Good condition. $79
First In appliance repairs. shampooer $1. McDanlell UNTIL 9 Phone FR 6-2969. sell. 1962. Power steering, S PROMPT Independent Dealer 2-0503
Furniture Co. Gainesville Shopping p.m. radio. heater white side walls.
STRAWBERRIES. STRAWBERRIESYOU Center. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 KARMANN GHIA. 1959 conver-- Take up payments of $44.05. SERVICE --.-
pick them 25 cts. a quart. EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA tible. Excellent Cond. Blue book Call 372-12(1 after 4 p.m.
0 Bring your own container. 4Vt GOOD used refrigerator, $60. call retail $1.180 sell for $995. 1906 I
miles W. of Lawtey Fla. Harold FR _N.W. 'th St. FR 69856. FOR SALE, 1961 Volkswagen. Portion All these qualities ere I
1C. Norman. Plenty of berries. 64286.HOOVER of equity and take up pay
00 WYAI i LANCER new tires.61, mod-770 39.0CO mL 4 Dr.Bal.s-stick.$960. _ments. Phone FR 6-1164. standard at: NEW 1964 GMC

.00 IOo ALMOST new large electric range. Upright new $69.95 used $39.95. Mr. Balwta, 3764404. 1960 4-door. V-f Savoy Plymouth,
sso. Crosley electric refrigerator Like heater. stick shift. $900. See at ANDPICKUP
145. or SIlO for both. Almost new.GUARANTEED Trailer SalesHome MERCEDES 180 Sedan $1095 IKK N.E. th Ave. or call FR 2- B&GMOTOR
new record player S40 or exchange KIRBY SALES SERVICE HILLMAN 59. Sedan $395 both 1646.
for tape recorder. Will 712 N. Main. FR 6-7110 or 6-1117. of Homes with all extras. and In excellent CASH for your old car. H & H Mot- CO. TRUCKS
Mobile condition.
0. II d pay some difference for right Pacemaker Call FR 6-0863. ors 1636 SE 3rd Ave.
recorder. Call FR 4-6135. BRAND NEW Shasta and Alrstream
: 0 9 T Travel Trailers MORRIS MINOR, 1960, 4-dr 1955 Chevrolet '5* 283 engine Authorized Cadillac AS
RED dinette set, extra leaf extends Ocala's: First Mobile Home heater red leatherette Interior. ,
floOr shift, radio It heater $395.
to 34 x 60", chrome and 1964 UNIVERSAL ZIG ZAG. Dealer Since 1943 Solid white finish, local one own '53 Plymouth, motor In good Oldsmobile Dealer LOW
formica table. 4 plastic padded makes button holes appliques 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. er. $363 6 per cent Financing. shape 125. Call for appt. between $175 Down
chairs. J25 complete. Phone FR fancy stitches sews on buttons Phone 629-1358 Shaw & Keeter 238 W. University 7 I. t 37 -nS7.SIM New Cars: AS
.o 'o 24194. etc. Only $88 or $&.SO per mo. Ocala. Fla. Ave.. FR 2-0503.
813 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075. Free CASH for 1953 Ford sedan. 115 S.L 2nd St. I
AIR CONDITIONER YORK fan & delivery within 35 miles. MG-TD Roadster, 1953, 2 new
IT'S FOOLISHto New motor It 4 new tires. Phone FR 6-7515
distributing unit Incl. 160,000 BTU tires needs engine repairs.
Per Month
gas auto heating; 60-75,000 BTU 70 Boats-Marine Ectulp. pay more. RECKLESS to Sound body, must sell. $400. Call FR 21021. 5633 including tax. title
cooling Muller compressor air cool pay less.GET THE REAL 376-8140 anytime. 1955 CHEVY Belalr. v-a engine. Used Can:
ed. Freon 22 still In guarantee. FACTS. Payments as low as OLDS 1960. 2-door, A-T R & H, mechanically sound, 2001 N.W. 13th St., life insurance financing charges ;
factory stick.
$1200 time, or $W5 cash. FR 6-7731 $57.29 month with $300 down
per good tires $400. Call,376-2WO aft
16' REGAL LANCER Cabin Cruiser Good cond. FR
Mr. SmIth.BICYCLE $875. 1954 OLDS.Good 6.7515 NO GIMMICKS
and trailer. Phone 2-5689. LAKE GENEVAMobile running cond. $200. Ronnie er i PJTUPLYMOUTH Can be bought at theie i
good condition. Homes Sales Young. 372-5097. 55 "5 -------- terms! 2.doxen in stock to choose from. !

Phone FR 22573. 325 N. 1r HP CORRECT Grey Marine Craft engine Inboard., boat 135 Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Ra. PONTIAC 1955. 8 cylinder 4-door, CHEVY 54 $100

___W. 7th Terr.DOWLING'S and trailer. $1/000 cash. PhoneFR 1958 FLEETWOOD 10x45, 2 bedroom standard transmission. Excellent FORD FORD 50 52 $150 S125 LOOKINGFOR Tropical Pontiac I
2-0345. awning and fence $2500.00 condition. $300. Phone FR 4-0278.
UPHOLSTERY Paradise Trailer Court, FR 2- FORD pick Up truck $245
f11rMft1fCbtt.SQuick. Chairs, low as $8 No money 12 FT. v-bottom plywood boat. 3270. RAMBLER Classic, 1963. White, 2- Al Herndon 914 S.E. 4th St. GMC Truck Center
Bottom fiber-glassed.: Trailer. dr.. power steering. R&H. Can be VALUE?
down low as $5 month.
Free per 25 H. P. Motor and Ski Equip- Only 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES refinanced or take up payments. 1961 ELECTRA 225 convertible. 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 23582Haven't
estimates pickup and delivery -
PS, PB PW
Excellent
ment, $25000 376-5908 after 6:00 SAVE to $1400 Excellent cond. FR 2-5992. shape.
service. All work guaran- P.M.. or anytime weekends. BANK FINANCING radio heater white walls. Loaded -
smart casual an unwanted SEE THESE
teed. Phone 3767784.KEROSENE NEW. 10 wide mobile homes STUDEBAKER Lark, 1959 4 cvt.over I $400 and take over payments. .
wonder or a cress to wear cruiser with trailer.
CABIN
20'
- H.W. heater :30 gaL Town & Country Trailer Sales
See --
at home marketing working. 40 HP Mercury. Sleeps 3. Many -
Phone 376-8598. -
diagram-set how swiftly you can excellent condition. Save money.See extras. Phone FR 23357. 3360 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 2-2290. : 1962 FALCON station wagonS, 59 CHEVROLET
sew It.Printed. It. Make reasonable offer. Call 16' Tropicraft, 25 h.p. elec. start BRING out the best In your car. R S. H, 1275. See after 5:00 Impala 4-door, hardtop, black
Pattern f217: Half Sizes 376-5190. 14 FT. Penn-Yan boat & Gator A motor. and trailer. Excellent for Superior Auto painting & body 3911 S.E. 15th St. FR 2-8204. with red Interior. V'", automatic You Heard ?
12V*. 14!*. UV4 18. 20V4 ZZVt GOOD hearing Is one of your most trailer In excellent condition.103 SW Gulf & lake fishing. Top, windshield work. Fast dependable service power steering power
24V*. Sill MV requires 3Vk yards valuable assets. Don't neglect It. bargain. After 5:00 P.M. and fold out seats. $500. free pickup. delivery. WRIGHT'S 87 Automobiles Wonter brakes radio and heater,
.,ndI. Visit GAINESVILLE'S HEARINGAID 2nd Place. See after 4 p.m. 4118 NW 36th St. BODY WORKS, 2031 NW 6th ST. white walls.
FIFTY CENTS In coins for CO. today. 620 N. Main St. FR 6-9707.
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this pattern-add 15 cents for each FR tOMS.ART 72 Office Equipment Trailer septic and tank 100 and x welt ISO Will lot with sell CLEAN Oldsmobile station wagon. Wanted 1950 thru 1954. Fords $1045 1964 i

pattern for first-claw mailing BOOKS together or separate. Phone FR 1958. Excellent condition. Reasonably and Chevrolet 916 S.E. 4th RAMBLER
and special handling. Send to 2-1075 after 5 priced. FR 2-8449. St. Al Herndon Service Station.
Marian Martin. Gainesville Sun. FAMOUS Artist course set of 4. GAINESVILLE'S largest volume office p.m. 57 CHEVROLET
232 West llth St.. Call FR 2-052S after 6 p.rn. supply dealer, Chesnufs
Pattern Dept. HOUSE trailer 10 x 50V all equip Eclair, 4-door V-8 automatic
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New Print ptainy INTERNATIONAL Harvester refrigerator Office Equipment Co. Invites you ment. H. Bauer, route 301 ,
EorkAJkRSr. radio and heater. J-
with ZONE. $40. GE range $40. to come In and shop, or call for Hampton, Fla. tone paint. White walls. Power The Lowest-Priced American-Built car.
SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Both in good condition. Call Ev. free delivery. Chesnut's Office I
YOUR FREE PATTERN IS _Inston 591-2551 after 6:30. Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. 1958 Michigan Arrow 35 x r, $346 steering power brakes.
READY choose It from 250 design Ave. In Downtown Gainesville.TAX down take up monthly pay YOUR CHOICE! $745 Delivered at Ridgway Motor Co. for
Ideas In new SPRING SUM- BEAUTIFUL emerald cut solitaire ments. Total price $1378. Call
MER Pattern Catalog. |lust out diamond ring. Appraisal value TIME Adding machines and Archer 495-2110 or FR 6-4386.
Dresses sportswear coats. $700, will sell for less. Call FR calculators. New and used. Parker's only
57 DESOTA2door :
morel Send 50 cents now. 2-1570 after 4 p.m. Complete Office Outfitters. 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE
METEOR
63 4-dr. $2395 60 RAMBLER. ,
,
FOR sale coin operated drink box The only authorized Olivetti hardtop. Automatic
with fountain holds 4 cases. $100. Underwood Agent In Gainesville.Ph. Wagon . $595 radio, heater, power steerIng .
51-A Wanted To Rent Call Floyd's Motors. 442-1171. 462- 3722555. 601 W. Univ. Ave. FORD. 1957 Vt Ton pickup. V-8 63 STUDEBAKER power brakes. 2-tone
157 Inytlme.URAWBERRIES. near new tires. Solid grey finish. 4-dr. eo. eo $1995 60 COMET; 4-dr. $1045 pain 4 brand new white
WANTED unfurnished house outside 73 Musical Merchandise $393. 4 per cent Financing. Shaw walls.
of city limits. Call between for sale. 25 Cts. & Keeter, 238 W. Univ. FR 2- $176300
59 DODGE
62 STUDEBAKER 4-dr. $745 $795
quart them.
$:OO A.M. and 4:00 PJA. FR you pick Just off 0503.
6-2877. Lawtey and State Farm road. TRUCK LOAD PIANO SALE I 4-dr. . $1295

PORT. Elec. air compressorpaintspray 1 USED USED PIANOS small Grand piano was 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals 59 PLYMOUTH. 56 CHEVROLET
52 Boarders Wanted S35. Port. Elec. 62 VW. 2-dr. $1395 Wagon air $695
gun cement $595 now $295. 10 extra nice ra- Belalr 4-door, V-I, auto PLUS TAX TAG & TITLE
mixer $20. Nice r work built upright pIanos. 1 used elec.
matic. Radio. heater. 2-tone
ROOM and board for girls. Private bench with drawers $10. Sm. player piano 15 free rolls given RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn 62 LINCOLN.4dr. 59 PLYM.. Wagon $395 paint. White walls.
bath use of washing ma- boat steering wheel & magoh. with this fine piano only $495. the USA. from United Rent- Top Trade-in Allowance
chine. 625 N.E. 1st Street. Phone dash. SIS. Baby bed & mattress New piano save $100 on a piano AIls. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2835. . . $3995 $695
FR 6-6083. $20. Elect. ref. $15. Other Items. on the floor. 2 new pianos 59 FORD 4-dr. $695
3134 NW 10th St. 376-1963 after 5 slightly damaged In transit, sub 83 Motorcycles & Scooters 62 FALCON. 2-dr. $1395 Easiest Possible Terms.
54 Business RentalsAIR P.M. stantial savings. Stereo consoles i 59 FORD 4dr. $395 SPECIAL
prices greatly reduced on
MOBILE HOME CENTRAL AIR 62 COMET. 4dr. $1495
CONDITIONING SYSTEMS BY Sylvania Motorola Pilot.credit and Is 1960 NORTON motorcycle 600 ec. 59 CAD.. 4-dr. .- $2250 56 FORD

NEARLY new CONDITIONED modern office or COLEMAN. good Curtis with Mathls.us.Your GAINESVILLE Call In excellent 454-1041 attar condition.7:00 P.M.$400. 62 COMET 4-dr. $1495 .Won pick vp. V-a, radio, Your New Rambler is
Phone Dan FR02&7. /neater, 4 tires.
location at :3733 West Univ. Ave. MUSIC CENTER, 1025 W. Univ. 59 CHEV.. Wagon $995 new
A-1
HANDYMAN
SHOP
Ph. FR 6-2472. Weseman Realty, First In Appliance Repairs Ave. 372-5421. 61 RAMBLER $345

1113 N. Main St. LADIES luggage, 3 piece set $15. ORGAN SALEOf 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS Wagon . $795 57 ENG. FORD. Waiting for You at:

GARAGE space for rent. 613 S.W. Piano bench, $10. Rattan living Christmas Left overs. All SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP Cony. . $345
2nd St. Call John Merrill Real- room suite. 4 pieces $100. Ph. new organs. Savings up to 30 Your cars 8 show CSI COMET. 4-dr. $1195
pep > power Raiilerson
tor. FR 2-1494. cent. Earl's Piano Co. ,
372-2430 after 4 per 57 roadster
p.m. up with a tune-up at BROWN'SSERVICE MGA $745
OFFICE SPACE for rent. 626 N. 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222
BEAUTIFUL, colorful I mounted CENTER. Guaranteed 61 FALCON. 4-dr. $895 Ridgway Motors
Main St. Phone 376-1480 If no sallfish. 6'2". By Al Pfleguer. SPINET Piano used. Mahogany recapping & wheel alignment. 56 FORD. Wagon $295 Motors
answer :377-1821. Miami Fla. Only $165. The Tackle finish with matching bench $395.. 809 ... Main. FR 6-4310. 61 FALCON. 4-dr. $995
SMALL Warehouse for rent. Call Box 1490 Hawthorne Rd. Grldley Music Co. FR 25333.Automotive 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD
53
Dan 377-2511. 85 AUTOMOBILES HILLMAN.
Byrd for SALE
.22 Citation caL Pistol.hl-standard Bull barrel.supermMic Ex. 61 COMET. 4-dr. $1195 Wagon eo. $175 3725285Home 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433

56 Business Opportunities tra magazine. like $50. FR
2-3231 after 5 p.m. new. CADILLAC SEDAN 1957 DeVille. 61 COMET Wag. $1295 51 WILLYS. Wagon $225 of A-1 Used Cars
MAKING MONEY' Loaded with everything. $550. 1806 CARSTRUCKSJEEPSRAMBLER

FROM WATER LEAVING TOWN, must sell my 77 Mobile Homes for Sale N.W. 38th Terrace. Phone 372-0481. 61 CHEV., 4-dr. $1395 48 CHEV.. 4dr. $145 -
THE Ice business Is e big bust- 1964 Automatic Zig Zag Sewing CHEVROLET 1960 Impala, 2dr.. -
ness. Be the on* to own the Per. Machine. Makes fancy stitches
TWO bedroom house trai'er. $900. hardtop power steering. radio.
T-lce ke franchise In with drop In cams. $12 cash
your area. vending High gross profits pick vp payments of $7.42 ea. one Can bedroom be rented.house Phone trailer 376-8234$750. heater sion. $1050.power Phone glyde FR 6-6950.transmis Crane Lincoln AT BARKLEY MOTORSIt's
with nominal Phone 372-2051.
supervision. For Monday to Friday to 5. Mercury
full details call or write: Ml 7- CHEVY 56 2 Dr.. V-8 A-T. W-W TRADEINSARE
636X AIR CONDITIONER. LIKE NEW SPECIAL THIS WEEK heater $200. Call 372-7915. I
William A. Massey & Associates 23,000 BTU certified by Admiralto CLEANER the
191 W. Fairbanks Avenue cool 1700 sq. ft. Mounts In 10x50 Mobile home and 50x100 62 CHEVY Impala convertible in 516 S. Main St. FR 2-4251
Winter Park, Florida window flush with wall. Call lot, 4895. 1 mile S. of Palnes good condition assume pay BETTER CARS !
376-5266 between S Aid & 5 P.M. Prairie. All State Mobile Homes. ments of $71 per mo. Call FR
Other hours 376-8539 or 376-9931. FR 6-3052. 6-2877 between I A A. & 4 P.M. --- ---
61 Wanted -----
to Buy I 62 RAMBLER DIFFERENCEYou

American Station Wagon radio
WANTED: water cooler must be
,
heater, standard trans-
priced reasonable and In good
working condition. Call 372(441. mission.
ext. 20. 8-5 weekdays.WE $1395 Pay THAT

BUY and aell all kinds of furniture
stoves, refrigerators II 62 RAMBLERAmbassador
clothes radios, TV, etc. Call NOW WITH C
COUNTS!
, FR 1-337. 400 wide bucket
I FI seats. Automatic transmission.
radio heater AIR CONDITIONED -
, 64 Household Goods LOCATIONS I power steering. power At Barkley Motors our policy Is Competitive Prices.

REPOSSESSEDCOMPLETE 3 steering, power brakes like The "DIFFERENCE" is your trade-in is worth more.

5 new. So before you trade see our quality pre-Owned
ItI $2295 cars and check our high trade allowances. The

ROOMS FERN PARK I II difference" will never be less than right now!
I FURNITURE *. APPLIANCES I I II 62 FORD

I Take Over PaymentsSAILOR I I Galaxie 500 4-dr hardtop. 64 FORD XL 500. This: car is fully equipped -

being transferred out of OCALA I I II Radio heater i automatictransmissIon. including factory air conditioning.

hit wants taking someone hIs family to take overpayments with MOBILE HOME SALES INC. I I II low mileage. Save on this practically Very new

on Ms furniture! & I I $1695
, appliances. FURNITURE con- LEES BURGCELEBRATES I I II car. . . . . . $3995
sUts of sofa & chair In high RAMBLERAmerican 63 PONTIAC 2-dr
grade nylon converts to bed, I PI 61 hardtop. Loaded with

, 2 end tables with matching I station wagon. Ep- equipment including factory air conditioning. -
cocktail 2 lovely lamps, reclinIng uipped with automatic transmission -
chair, 10( sq. ft. of carpet. I FERN PARK III finished In sharp white.A Reduced for this sale to only $2995
21" CONSOLE TV I I THE very pretty car. Economytool 63 FORD. Galaxie 500 2-dr hardtop.

BEDRM. consists of full size dresser J I Cruise-O-Matic
, chest & 4-4 bookcase bed. I [ $995 transmission, power steer-
Boys' room consists of set maple I ing. radio heater, Whitewall tires. SAVE
bunk bed with match I n g

chest, 1 PC. dinette with formica II . . . . . . $2395
top. Family she refrigerator : I 59 FORD
Si stove also Included. GIIAND OPENINGWITH 62 CHEVROLET, convertible! fully factory
I II Skyllner Retractable hard-
I ORIG.PRICE$1176BAL top. Fully equipped Including equipped including automatic transmission

DUE $297 automatic transmission, power steering radio. heater. A beautiful

WKLY PAYM'TS $2.50 I I radio Ing. Come, heater buy, power tttis at steer-a big car . . . . . . $2095

No money down no payment discount, before we recondition 63 CHEVROLET Impala 4dr hardtop. Full

. til storage May. Ask at for Sears FurnitureIn TREMENDOUS SAVINGS TO YOU! It. $475 factory equipment including factory air. A

NATIONALFURNITURE good car at o low price . $2695
WAREHOUSE IHh 62 FORD 4-dr. Sedan. Fully Including
equipped -
3622 Beach Blvd.. FL t 2541 "
Open DAILY W Sat. M. Sun. 12-6 61 RAMBLER air conditioning. Automatic. radio.
Jacksonville. Fla. _ Expandable I I
57x10' Custom
American 4-dr Sedan. heater. See and SAVE . . $1995

T-A-G Tested and APPLIANCES Guaranteed I $895 62 CHEVROLET, 2-dr Impala 2-to choose

,, C, Refrigerators Ranges from from S3 S3* op up i = JjJI : i1 MOBILE HOME I) I II 60 FALCON2dr from Super Sports fully equipped including -

17 Washers from Si* sapS factory air. Come early and take your
Dryers from $49 vp I r Sedan. Clean and ready togo i

2 Food-Freezers from $"t up I II J I SAVE choice . . . . . $2495

10 2 TV Dishwashers Sets from from $S3S 4t up vp I II I 2 or 3 BEDROOMS $795 I 62 CHEVROLET. Impala 4-dr seddn 4-to

JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. I I choose from. Equipped with automatic
41* NW "tH Aye Ph 37J-5303 60 CHEVf.9Issenoer
1 1 transmission power steering radio, heater.
station wagon, automatic -
65 Antiques I I transmIssion radio hea PLUS Factory Air Conditioning $2295
I I CUSTOM DECORATED tea. This Is a very clean carl
ANTIQUE roil top OCSK. for sale. I I 63 FORD, Galaxie 500. Equipped with

Good working condition. Needs $49 9 5 $1395 steering radio heater. A real specialat
I i Retrltreratcr power ,
refinishing. *1 M. Phone FR aSM4 *-11 Co. Ft Automatic Defrost FrlgMalre

I Living Boom and 59 FORD . . . . . . $2095
Level Carpeted
Ovenfc
I IHE I *Eye 2-dr
II I 61 CHRYSLER Newport hardtop.
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.ABRAMSONTHE unwanted, at least by the male parents, even though the girl \ s

NEW By MARTIN WAVE of AND"sexual MARCIA freedom" rolling through v U :)I ?;!'r'r
many, :of the nation's largest universities has triggered a S fex : tlie for many of the young husbands to bear.
boom in campus marriages. One-fifth ,of our undergraduate'student on CampusA

population is now married. "I HAVE COUNSELED with married students and their
Unlike the married war veterans who came to college in the i wives who just couldn't take the deprivations a campus marriage I J 111WATCHES

late'40s and 'SOs under the GI Bill of Rights, the marrying '$ imposed on them and who reacted with spending I

students of the '60s are more than likely to be 20 and under. ,!, ., 'fj"." 14.M'- ,' ;j.. 00'J .,, splurges which led to personal and marital disaster," says FOR GRADUATES !
They wear an aura of sophistication, but on close inspection it t4 v ., .' Dr. David R. Mace, executive director of the American As-
turns out to be only outer veneer. Prof. Walter J.. Coode of $:t.f.+ ,,;:: .Z....."" 7 sociation of Marriage Counselors.

Columbia University, a prominent sociologist, describes themas "Many students, spending to the last cent and just squeaking -
"physically" mature, but emotionally and intellectually immature through courses, have found the going too hard and have J1//

given up a promising future' for the illusory relief of a well-
A number' of these marriages overcome varied difficultiesand Y w paid, dead-end job. A great many student husbands are also
succeed. The partners in the "good" marriages are frustrated by the limitations of their freedom. Required to

strong-willed enough never to take their eyes off the main act as family men in a community geared to the single state,
chance-the completion of their college programs and the they are assailed by urges to break loose and by guilt be- FAMOUS
proper start of post-college careers.. They.find they can study cause they feel this way."
MAKESWATCHES
just as well married as single; they don't mind making sacrifices cr Sociologist Margaret Mead blames the rush of ill-advised
to help one another,.and they invariably have some family
campus wedding on the elders of the generation who, she *
financial backing.All says, have led students to believe that premarital sex is not
too many of these early marriages end, however, as. undesirable if it.leads to marriage. I
crashing failures and sow a harvest of bitterness and unhap- :
( "Parents, teachers, guidance counselors and preachers
piness. More than one-third of all teen-age marriages, involving "
ORIGINALLY PRICED
to she
have abdicated their responsibilities young people,
both and non-college partners,.wind in divorce.
college up
"Instead of encouraging them to realize the opportunityto
says.
Most college girls who marry give up opportunities for their remain single and abstinent and responsible during their 49.95 to 99.50

own careers and drop out of college.A developing student years and giving them a rationale for do

study by Paul C. Glick of the United States ,Census Bur ing so, they are 'only speeding their children into early irresponsible -
eau shows that these female college dropouts have the highest ; sseee.rre erA marriage, triggered in an increasing number of SALE 24.88
divorce rate of all groups in the country. v cases by premarital pregnancy.

"The attitudes of parents and colleges toward sex and mar-
THE DIVORCE RATE for white women who have'started riage have put a social: shotgun in the hands of young people
college but failed to finish is 4.7 per 1,000 as contrasted with & 29.88
young people are now convinced that if the girl gets
for those who have high school For non-
3.8 gone only through "
pregnant, they can get married with everyone's blessing.
4.0 for those who have gone through high school. For non-
white women, the divorce rate for those who start collegebut A .TOMORROW:. The campus as a hunting ground for a hus-

don't finish is even higher-9.1 per 1,000, compared withan band. 'WE CAN'TMENTION
over-all divorce rate of 4.4. THE

In another at American college-the FAMOUS NAMES
study, a representative Egg Market
University of Illinois Norman W. Paget of the Child and

Family Service found a startlingly high percentage of di- JACKSONVILLE (APNortheast
vorces resulting from early marriages. Out of 364 divorces Florida Egg Market pricesto YOU ,rdtpe.Ir,1letmrea
granted during the past year, 122 had married when they retailers: AGEMTuser
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By contrast, the' divorce rate for those who don't marry until Extra large 39-45; mostly'
after they've finished college is the lowest in the country. campus. date may end in a casual goodnight 42; large 3742'; mostly 39;
Most marital experts say there is twice as much chance for a or it may be the first step to the altar. One-fifth: of medium 34-38, mostly 37; We .
marriage to endure when it takes place after graduation than the country's college students are married.of small 30&-34, mostly 32. can give YOU'LL RE(-GtUZE
THE MAKES ON SIGHT!
when it is the product of a feverish campus romance. Poultry at farms: fryers 13V4; 11

The U. S. Military Academy at West Point has a celebrated marraiage; they were, convinced that because they were hens light 6-6'., you reasons JEWELED MOVEMENTS
credo which forbids cadets to assume the burden of a wife, in "love," everything had to turn out all right. Most of them,
a horse, or a moustache during academy tenure. Officialsat however;had also been infected with the modern: concept that CHIMNEY for insuring FACTORY GUARANTEES
the Point told us that the interdiction against matrimony, marriage need not necessarily be permanent."If CORNERSby your cr. 30 DIFFERENT STYLES
home business
at least, has proved highly successful Graduates of the Aca- or through us.
6 FAMOUS BRANDS
it doesn't work out the Northwest- BasMttWALKER
an engaged girl on This seal means we're independent
demy have a much lower divorce rate than among the. population -
University: campus told us, "I'll just get a divorce, that's insurance STYLES FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN
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sively stiffening requirements and demanding more of their porting their husbands. The money helps the male partner to AGENCY GRADUATION !
students. Completing a full college program today? is a major graduate and go through medical, or law school. Oi ines"Uk Sun .

obligation; you can't slide through it as some of the wellheeled But many college husbands told us they secretly dislike MO11tJUI \ UISf I 107 N. Main St.
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if you do it in the early stages of undergraduate life, a position, and somehow come to blame the wife for being .
is to assume a burden not many young people todayare responsible. What's more, if the male advances intellectually' _-

equipped to shoulder. and professionally while the wife is unable to keep up, she
"Mostly, campus marriages fly in the face of human exper- frequently comes to rue her sacrifice, and the feeling of discord '
ience," Profs. James H. S. Bossard and Eleanor S. Boll of deepens. Fe .

the Sociology Department of the University of Pennsylvania,
Unwanted children constitute the most formidable barrierto
reported, "Maturity and economic preparation are prerequi-
success in a campus marriage.A .
sites for lasting success in marriage, and life on the campusof ARTEMIS'Go
Prof. Harold Christensen of Purdue University
Old Siwash delays attainment of both. study by T.
has shown that more than half of campus'couples have
learned about
of the
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children. It is plain that a large percentage of these are
riages is that often they are the products of pure conform-
Ism. Many co-eds who were preparing to marry their college -

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!! Or Cricket By MIKE RATHET it up in the eighth. I -

i Associated Press Sports Writer Mays hit a two-run homer in :

the third and finished off War r-
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\ When Sandy Koufax was in- I d. ren Spahn with a solo shot in

) Is terrupted last fall AttW51lW{ .' III ,: the eighth that chased theBraves'
Coming : "
\ That's right, the Dodgers dan '- '- ;.-fj ':,- ; :> ; ; 42-year left-bander.
Jim Hart Orlando
dy took up Tuesday night wherehe : : :: : ; ',:1 : and Tom Haller, also homered Cepeda
\ : : 11'1
t Everyone knows what is a cricket. It's an insect that left off last season, turningas
nnU'l for the Giants, who broke a 4-4
;
its forewings together. Los Angeles opened defense
makes a chirping sound by rubbing tie in the sixth on Cepeda's sin-

\ It's also a sporting event popular in Britain and Australia in one of his shutout specialtiesof u : gle, a wild pitch and a singleby
of tea at appropriatetimes. its National League champ.
and one which is interrupted for a spot ,' Haller. Juan Marichal 25-8

pionship by whipping St. Louis last the winner
year, was on a
I
I It's also pronounced "krick kay," as in French, got started 4-0. Wednesday,.April 15, 1964 17 sevenbitter.The .

There were 50,451 in Dodger
c; Phillies pulled out frontin
Stadium the largest of the
the first Sievers hammered
as Roy -
( opening day crowds-when Kou- -'
a homer off Al Jackson

fax sortment began of to fast whip balls an and as- umph over Pittsburgh. I I when Willie Davis singled, stole following a pair of walks. Bobby

Houston and Cincinnati, who second and scored on Ron Fair- Wine's run-producing single in
out of his effortless
mo
curves opened play. Monday, were not ly's single. That was enough for the second and a run-scoring
tion. And when it he
., was over, scheduled.The Koufax, but Jim Gilliam singled double by rookie Richie Allenin

had fittingly pitched the first Dodgers scored in' the home another run in the sev- the eighth closed out the SANDY KOUFAX STILL HAS MASTERY

shutout in the National League. sixth against Ernie BroglioBy enth and then Howard wrappedPENNANT scoring. Fires Shutout in DOdgers' Openerin
t Koufax, a 25-game winner last .
year with 11 shutouts marked:

somewhere in the 12th century and will make its Gainesville alongside his' name, allowedthe : PORCH, BALL CLUB

debut (as far as is known) at 2:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday Cardinals only six hits, _
struck out five and walked
at Fleming Field.A .
1 none while' winning his eighth

group of University of Florida students who are from consecutive game and recording

"commonwealth" nations, countries that one time flew the his. 18th victory in the last 20 Finley Already Has Two Strikes

: flag of Britain, and are "native" to the sport, will put on regular season decisions. ; -

the exhibition. The Friday showing is for practice but the Share SportlightBut I" -

Saturday match will be the real thing. the 1963 World Series'hero

I had to share some of the spotlight HAL BOCK The results the sham who the New York and
Now, asking this bread, butter and mashed potatoes eaterof were same. wore Kelly green Washington -- ---= -

sports (football, basketball and baseball) to explain cricket with towering Frank Howard Associated Press Sports Writer Municipal Stadium has half a and gold Athletic uniforms a and Los Angeles were not sched-

baseball's reluctant player. The baseball is just porch and the Tigers left just uled.
Is almost like asking for a demonstration of Newton's Theory, season year ago. _
( without the tree, let alone the apple; or Einstein's relatives, The Dodgers' main power-pro one day,old and Charles 0. Finabout that much of the Athletic Tigers Ahead Rap Homers

I didn't even know the man. vider, Howard proved by tag. ley already has had two set pitching staff, intact after a 7-3 Finley swapped Lumpe, an Norm Cash and Bill Bruton : _

ging a 420-foot, two-run homer backs. Opening-Day victory. infielder, and pitchers Wicker. homered for the Tigers and Jim

11 Players on TeamFor that capped the victory. .The American League torpeDetroit's new-look Tigers sham and Ed Rakow for slug ..1 Gentile and pinch hitter Manny

In other NL openers, Willie doed his "Pennant Porch" in were something to see but it ger, Rocky Colavito and hurler I Jimenez connected for Kansas ,

example, there are 11 players on a team but its not Mays collected two of San Fran- Kansas City last week and the wasn't a pleasant sight for Fin- Bob Anderson during the winter City. _

like football. They swing a bat, wear shin guards and cisco's five homers in an 8-4 Tigers went to work on his ball ley. The key executioners were and off the first day's results, ; Boog Powell crashed a two ._____

gloves but it's not like baseball. There are such positions as walloping of Milwaukee, Roy club in Detroit Tuesday. _Jerry Lumpe and Dave Wicker- the Tigers came out way ahead. I run homer in the eighth inning, ,_ _,; ,

a batsman (we understand that), bowler (not the kind you Sievers three-run homer pow- Lumpe stroked, a single, double for the Orioles' victory over the

I think), umpires (in every language they're the same), and wered Philadelphia to a 5-3 victory and triple as the Tigers pun- White Sox. Starter Gary Peters

t such intriguing things as the Mid-on, Silly Mid-on, Silly Mid- over the New York Mets 'CANE TEAMSIN ished three Kansas City pitch. was breezing until John Orsino __ ,

off, Cover Point, Mid-Wicket, Square Leg, Wicket Keeper and Billy Williams' tworunhomer ers with a 12-hit assault. Wick- homered in the sixth and pinch _C"_ _

Short Extra Cover, Extra Cover. First, Second and Third in the 10th inning led ersham came on in the ninth inning hitter Joe Gaines wiped out a _...

Slips, Gulley, Point, Short Square Leg, Fine Leg, Third Man the Chicago Cubs ,to an 8-4 tri- as the A's staged a later 3-2 White Sox lead with a homer '

: (but not from the movie), Fine Leg (but not a model) anda NET: MEETThe rally. After an error and a walk, in the seventh. t "

Long-on and Longoff.If NL Boxes he got Gino Cimoli to end it. Luis Aparicio's triple greeted \ ,'

k Colavito meanwhile went 0- _____
relief. pitcher Wilhelm in '
you're still there, these unusual descriptions apply to state high school tennis MiamI Beach. for-4. Hoyt i /" ..
the eighth and then Powell's
of which are handled by the same BOOG POWELL
fielding positions, some ,
tournament will open tomorrow New champions are assured Elsewhere In the American homer won It' for the Birds. Stu

defensive player. CHICAGO PITTSBURGH morning at the University of in No. 1 singles for both boys League the Baltimore Orioles Miller was the winner in relief. Blasts Homer

But let's get into cricket in a manner in which a baseball abrhbi 'abrhbi Florida courts and continue and girls play. Mike Belkin of got long-ball power with three
Stewart 2b 4 2 20 Schofield 4 1 1 0
bug can begin to get an understanding of it all. Brock rf SlilVirdonci ss 5010 through Saturday. Miami Beach, winner the past home runs to trip the Chicago *
Williams If, 5122 Clement rf 5 1 2 1 two years in boys, has gradu-
White Sox 5-3 and Minnesota .
Santo 3b 4l2lStarQeIl If 5120 i Gainesville High School
Guide to Better Cricket, pri e 2/6 net
S According to MCC's Banks lb .5 0 0 0 Clend'on 1b S 122 ated. Stephanie DeFina, South Twins and Cleveland Indians
and courtesy of Wallis Bros. & Ca., Toronto, Canada, by Rodgers ss 5 2 3 2 Bailey 3b .5 0 1 0 qualified both its boys and girls Broward, girls champion in 1963
Cowan.cf 4 0 1 Mazer'skl 2b3 011 teams this and will be out staged a slugfest with the Twins American Boxes
of the Cricket Clubat year League
way of Jagdish Kumar Saluja, member Bertell c Sl22Pagllaronlc 3000 is not defending this year. She winning 7-6. The Yankees and
Jackson 4 0 0 0 bLynch 1 0 0 0 to make a respectable showingin
II
the UF, here's all you need to know. At least, so says McDaniel p 0 0 0 0 Face II 0 0 0 a passed up the state meet for Boston Red Sox were rained out

Saluja who should get a summa cum laude mark for the Sisk Veale'p.II 0000 2000 the. meet.Daytona an overseas trip to compete in BALTIMORE CHICAGO MINNESOTA CLEVELAND

wonderful explanation he provided. a.Freese 1 0 a 0 I Beach Seabreeze, defending tourneys in foreign countries. abrhbt abrhbi abrhbl abrhbl
Brandt cf 5010 Lindis cf 4110 Rollins 3b S 0 1 2 Hawser IS 3120
Cricket is a game that generally is played for six hoursa McBean cBurgess II 0000. 0 0 0 girls champion looms GHS' boys team will consist Tigers Rap Aparickj ss ;3110 Buford 2b 3110 Oiiva rf 5120 DavaliMo cf 4221

day with a match taking up to five days to play. Here is dM't'lan. C 0 0 0 as, a favorite to repeat. Coral of f Bud and Grayson Brown,; Powell If 4112 Weis 2b 1000 AUijon Ib 4100 Wagner If 4124
Totals 41 111 S Totals 39 4 II 4 Siebern Ib 3110F.Robonrf4l2l Hall cf 5122 AM 3b 5000
why. a-Flied out for Veale in 7th; b Gables and St. Petersburg are John Hansen Steve Fouts and Tech Hurler Orsino 4111 Nicholson If 4022 Kitlebrew If 4 1 Wnttfield Ib 3. 1 0
; In 9th Purposely Bowens rf 2000 Cun'ham lb 4010 Battey c 4113 cPost 1000
Struck out for Pagliaronl ; e- rated strong contenders for the ;
Charles Deloney. The girls teams cKlrkland rf.0 0 0 0 3000 Kindall Ib 0000
to passed for McBean la 9th; d-Ran Hansen ss VarietIes ss 2100
Each team gets come
There are 11 players on a team. for Burgess l in 9th. boys crown: won last year by Rheua Stakely B. Rb'snlblOllsmithb 3000 Allen 2b 2100 r.ncna rf 3 0 1 0
h bat in its entirety (all 11 players) before its turn is over. Chicago ......?......... 100 010 200 4-I composed By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Adair 2b 4000 Martin C 4 I 10 Pascuclp l050Ron'sasc 4000
Pittsburgh ..:.......... 000 300 Mi 0-4E Pat Fuller, Heidi Hansen, Marsha Pappas p 2000 b-Minoso 1010 Arrlgo p 0000 He4d 2b 4111
-Bailey. PO-A-Chicago 3911. Pittsburgh Clemson batters mauled Georgia Hall p 0000 Wilhelm p 0000 hOrton 1000 Grart p 2010
Run NotYou 3010. DP-Schofield. Mazeroskl and GHS Laite and Beverly Haile. a-Galnes 1111 Buzhardt p 0000 Perry p 0000 Walker p 1000
Maybe Drops Tech for 23 hits and a 22-4
Maybe Clendenon. LOB-Chicago 7. Pittsburgh I. Inidividual favorites will beBll Miller p. 1000 dMcCraw 1000 b-Mincher l000Ramoap 0000
28 Santo. Stargell 2. Rodgers 2, intersectional baseball victory Tetals 33374 Totals 34353 Roland pl' 0 0 Brown 1000Afeanuthy
Cowan. Clendenon Stewart. Santo Cle- ,Harris, West Palm Beach Homered for Hall in 7th; b-Lined p 0 0 0 0
see, one batter can take all day by himself, if he's mente. HR-Rodgers, Bertell. Williams. and the shining lights in the out for Peters In 7th c walked for Tvtal M 7 0 7 Totals 37515
In cricket a batsman does not run unless he SB-Bailey, MazeroskL -Jackson.IP 3-0 Battle I Forest Hill:. John Gilbart, St humiliating affair were Jack Bowens In Sth; Grounded out .for Buz a-Struck out for Arrio 'In 5M, b--
t proficient. H R ER BB SO Petersburg; Richard Monan hardt In 5th.Baltimerl Grounded out for Perry In 5N.; c-Struck
feels he can score (make a century which is like an American xJackson (W. 1-0). 9 9 4 4 3' 4 McCall and Ben Marsella. BOO 101 110-5 ,out for Whitfield 'In 7th; d-Lined outor
t ''McDaniel....... 1 1 a S 0 2 Coral Gables; Skip Pilsbury Chicago 1M MI Ramos in Ith.
home run) or if he bats in a teammate who is "on 'Veale ........... 7 7 4 4 2 7 McCall hit three homers and 1Ot-3j'Minnesota ... .. .",..... 101 322 OW-T
base" which is a spot that would correspond to second base. I AcBean ........ 2 1 0 0 0 1 'To Mainland Daytona Seabreeze; Armistead knocked in six runs in the E-Hansen, Orsino. PO-A-Baltimore 27- ;Cleveland ., .' ,, '. ill 400 000-4E
YFace (U 0-U ... 0 4 4 4 0 0 Neely Plant and Nor- game 2715. DP-Buford, Hansen -Hall, Kitlebrew.' PO-A-M4mesa4a 27'
Tampa 12. Chicago
In cricket players the batsman runs in a straight line to one Slsk ............ 1 1 0 0 1 0 ; Tuesday, while Marsell a scored and Cunningham; B. Robinson'Adair and 7. Cleveland 2710. LOB-Mmnaseta ..
x-Faced 1 man In -10th; -faced 4 man JloIdes Florida Air Acad- 'Cleveland 7.
y Welt and Cunningham.
wicket. He Siebem Smith
wicket and returns in a straight line to the other Gainesville six with and
School
men In 10th. High ran, runs a triple a LOB Baltimore 5, Chicago a.JB 2B-Howser Killebrew, Hall HR-Bat.
also can run as many times on a long-hit ,as he wishes. WP-,Veale, McBean. U-Smith Pelekoodas J into sharp pitching t>y. Daytona emy. grand slam ,homer. -Nicholson. :JB-L.ndls. Aparido. icy, Held. Wagner. S8-DavaHMo.IP .
: Gorman and Williams. T-2.47.A ; SB .AparlciIf H R ER BB SO
Gaines Powell. -
: If a ,batsman hits the ball into the air where it is caughtby -24477. Beach Mainland's 'Jeff King: Wendy Overton, Seabreeze; While Tech was being stun HR-OrsIno Buford. Pascual ......... 3 7 5 5 2 1

a defensive player, even if he's a Silly' Mid-On, it's an NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA last night at Harris Field and I Ann Beerman, Lakeland; Gloria ned, Tennessee was blanked 6-0 xPappas 5 H'J R ER 2 II 2 SO 3 Perry Arrigo, W," 1-0. ...... 1 1. 1 2 0 1 0 1 B 0 0 0

and does not feel that abrhbl liar It III ... ..... Roland ......... 4 0 0 0 1 4
out. But, If he hits it on the ground I dropped a, 3-0 decision to the Southerland St. Petersburg by Carscn-Newman. Hall .. .1 I 0 0 S 0
Smith Ib 4 02 T.Taylor 26 4000 : ; Miller W, 1-0 .... 3 2' 0 0 2 Grant .,, ,,..... 4234 5 5 2 5
he can make a century or reach the halfway base, he is Burright 2b 0 0 0 Callison, rf '3210 1 tough' Buccaneers.The Jean Hancock, Fort Lauderdale; Mississippi, leading the SEC's Peters ..........7 4 3 2 2 5 Walker' L, 0-1 .... 23 0 2 2 2 0
e-Steph'son 1000 Allen 3b 3121 L, 0-1 0 3 2 2 5 0 Ramos ......... 223 2 0 B I 1
: not obliged to run. I Sameul 2b-ss S 1 2 Sievers Ib 3113 loss wound up the GHS: Randi Shuert, Miami Norland; western division, defeated Delta Buzhardt yWilhelm ....... 2 0 0 0 1 0''Abernathy ...._. 1 0 0 0 0 1

From this, it can be seen how proficient batsmen canI Hunt Thomas 3b If. 5020 4120Amaro dCovington lb 0000 1000 season ,on a 4-8 mark. The and Barbara Cook, Coral! State 9-6 and Kentucky, No. 2 In x-Faced*th. 3 men in 6th; y-Faced 3 men WP-Grant.x-Pitched to U-McKtotey.3 men In 4th.Soar, Saler.

become. If Mickey Mantle of the Yankees, for example, Hickmrn cf 2000 Gonzalez. cf 3000 'Canes now will await word or l Gables, are among top girl in the, eastern division, thrashed HBP-by Peter Siebern. WP-Peters.U no. Valentine. T-2.44. A-25,417.

could pass up all infield grounders and keep swinging until Kanehl- onde'cf 0 1000 00 Dalrymple Cater If c 3110 3000 whether or not they,have quail- players. Eastern Kentucky 8-1. T-2:26.-Honochkk. A20.7M.Phillies9 Runge. SmI1tKlnnlmon.. KANSAS CITY DETROIT

he hit a good one-well. you can understand it. B. Taylor c 3 0 1 2 Wine ss 3011 fied for the, Class AA group: ... abrhbl abrhbl
Orbte-rf 3 1 1 1 Bennett p 2000 Mathews cf"4 1 .2 0 Bruton H 4112
Australia's Sir Donald Bradman holds the slugging mark bKran'p'l rf 1 0 0 0 Klippstem p 1 0 0 0 meet in Orlando May 12. Causey ss 3010 Lumpe 2b 4 1 3 B

for cricket He scored 300 or more runs in a single inningsix cHarkn's Moran IS Ib 1 2019 0 0 0 season on a 4-8 mark. The i Prize RookieRichie Gentile Charles Ib 3b 4000 4111 Cam KaaVi Ib rf 4112 4000

( times. He also hit 117 centuries in one inning and even Jackson Bearnartti p p 4000 0000 There are nin, AA teams in Edwards Colavito c 300 4000 McAnTfe Deter cf ss 4000 4220

a Mantle would be proud of that. Totals .. 343113 Tetali 59 SL5 thegroup.. One will be elimi- cLau 0000 Wert 3b 4110Cimoli
a-Filed out for Hickman In! '-'hi b- rf 4000 Freshen c 4133
Grounded ut for Christopher in Sth; c- nated team with the poorest Green 2b 3000 Regan p 3009
. Oval-Shaped Field :Called out'on strikes for Moran In Ith; record and the other eight Allen Starts FastPHILADELPHIA Green 2b l050LoIcIip) 0000
Pena
Grounded out for for Sievers in Ith; p lOOlWkk'ihamp0509
Grounded out for Burright in tin. will play. Bryan 1000
it's all in The New York .................001121 MO-3 Handr'an pO 0 0 0
The cricket field is oval-shaped and play. Philadelphia ........... .. 311 toO 01*-I King limited GHS to one hit, O'Dono'ue p 0 0 0 0bJimenez
- batsman can hit in front of him (fair territory in baseball) E-Samuel. PO-A-New York 24-14 a sixth-inning two-out single by AP here cool rookie best after the victory 1111
One that's bother 5-3
_ Philadelphia 27-*. DP-Hunt. Samuel and ( ) going to me, Totals 31 3 5 2 Tatals 357120
-:' and to the sides and behind him (what would be foul in Smith; T. Taylor. Wine and Sievers; Al- ,'Cane pitcher John Combs. King said the over the Mets. a-Struck out for Pe.. in 'm, to-
youngster.
len and Sievers. LOB-New York 9. Philadelphia game as they say,doesn't a sea- Homered for O'Donognue in 9tn; c -
baseball). X ,had retired 17 straight battersbefore' Allen, of course, referred to I "There isn't anything that is Walked for Edwards In 9t*.
The bat used looks like a bat from the rear (it's rounded) 26-A11en. HR-Sievers Christopher. son make, but if the 1964 suc- Kansas City ..' .. ...... aoo 000 112-3
SB Wine. Combs lined a shot to his season last year in the International -, going to bother Richie Allen," Detroit .... .. .... HI 111 21X-7
.' but in front it looks like one of those paddles that the fraternity I IP H R ERBBSO leftcenter.The cess of the Philadelphia Phillies : League at Little! said Mauch. "He's good and he E-McAuHHe PO-A-Kansas City 24-11,

boys keep around for initiating pledges.The Bearnarth iacksonL.0-l..71-35...... 23 0 5 0 5 0 25 0 0 Bucs' hurler then went to depends on their prize rookie, Rock where he received every.. knows it." Cash.Detroit LOB-KaM"27-12. DP-McAuMfc City 4, Detroit Lumpe SJB .and
batsman wears shin guards and batting gloves. The Bennett ........ 423 5 3 3 3 0 Richie Allen the Phils -Mathews, Lumpe, McAvliffe. 38-
field but his relief are
Klippstem W 1.. 41-33 0 e 0HBP 4 right Cun- go- thing from the boos and racial l Allen slammed the ball down Lumpe. Freehan Wert. H entile, Jim
latter is necessary. You can't swing a bat eight hours without -By Jackson (Gonzalez). WP-Bennett ningham, got into trouble and< ing to be mighty tough. insults to threats against hh I after his second mud slide. He enez Cash Brvton. S-ReganIP .
Jackson. U-Secory. Burkhart Su- H R HR BBSO
t wearing blisters on your hands. doU Pryor. T-2:3S. A-21.014. King came back in the final said he was sorry about that. Pena L, 0.1 .....5 7 4 4 J 3
-_ The wicket keeper wears the same type shin guards and Many experts have written life.He 'H ndr.h o .... 11-33 2 2 B 4CVDonoghue
: Night Gam frame to get the last out. King'aimed that if Allen the 22-year-old Ne- responded by leading the i "I forgot for a minute there .,.12-321 BOB
"gauntlets, well-padded gloves to catch the ball. ST. LOUIS LOS ANGELES eight and walked two. he R.gan.W,14..I1-31 J 2 1 S
Triple in home were people tching com
League runs '
..........
has to throw abrhW abrhbl gro third baseman from Wampum p Lolich 1-3 B 0 0 B BWlckersham
The bowler is the pitcher. But he strictly Cunningham walked a pair. mented. "It won't I II .,.
Javier 2t 4010 Wills ss 403 triples, RBIs and total bases. happen 1-3 B B B 1 BPB
from a looping overhand motion and he is allowed to run up Groat ss 4000 Gillian 2b 301 scored in the first Pa., can perform half as I -Edwards. 0-Stevens, Naep, Rice,
White Ib 4 0 2 0 W.Davis cf 411 0 Mainland well his advance billing Skipper Mauch described thfc I again. Slew.rt.2:". A-u.
to a certain position before releasing the ball. He also James If 4010 T.Davis If 3516 when right fielder Sam Ether as ,
of width which allows him to run at differ- Boyer 3b 4010 Fairly Ib 3111 Manager Gene Mauch's Phillies
I has an area up 2-2 count
Warwick rf 3000 Howard rf 412 2 edge homered on a ON THE ROAD FRIDAY
_ ent angles to release the ball, somewhat similar to a baseball Flood Cf 300 Roseboro c 4100 left-center field fenceat could win the pennant. I
the
Decker 2 0 0 Werhas Jb LOIS over
(just as. hard), so the batter has the ball coming at him in aGagllano 1000 Koufax p 200 the 340-foot mark. Catcher Some 21,000 fans came out to

many more different manners than in baseball.Don't McCarver c 0 0 0 0 then doubled the Phillies' at Con-
Brolgio 2000 Frank Wright see opener

A WicketsAnd cLewi b-Long Sloe IllS down the" left field 'line and nie Mack Stadium Tuesday Tech Next for Gators I

Forget Taylor | loll scored on a passed ball by GHS night and most of them came
4
Totals 33 I 'I Titus 31 4II
-Struck out for Decker In' tth bSingled catcher Rick Guenther. away talking about Allen. He
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And, oh yes, the wickets! Fans who go to see the matches Long in for Ith.BrogUe in Ith; c-Ran for abrh walked! singled\ and doubled, Florida, idle since April 4 due j lowjackets in single contests Fri. Tom Shannon, second baseman

I t will note three stakes in the ground directly behind, the batter St. Laws ................. 000 MO 000-4 Mainland I brb GHS ,cf 250 scored a run and drove in a Earl short-
Deav Montgomery
Simmons. 3b Ill to final examinations and in ,
,. resumes day Saturday an effortto
If the bowler can throw the ball in such a manner that Las Angeles .." ..' MO Ml 12x-4E 3lllCUtPePPerdIllWright. ,
_ it and the ball knocks over the middle -Beyer, Groat. PO-A-St. ouls 244.Les Ethrdg. C rf-cf 411 Hlpp. 2b 30 0 tally. But more important, hedidn't defense of its SEC Eastern Di- stay ahead of Auburn ((6-2)) shop Randy Morcroft, third
the batsman misses Angeles 27-9. DP-Groat and White; .
:4 stake he's out (sort of like three strikes at once). At least, White unassisted; Werhas. GiUlam and Roberts EdwardU 2t> 3.100. Guenther.Roberts, ssTurlington c 20 20 panic under some trying vision baseball lead Friday and Kentucky (4-1)) In the tight baseman Ron Creese, left fielder
Fairly. LOB-St. Louis! S. Los Angeles 72B conditions. Jim Duncan center fWd.etAllen
rf 3 B I ,
Hutto. Ib 3 B 1Cun'ham against Georgia Tech In Atlanta. Eastern race.
which be as confused as yours -T. Davis. HR-Howard. SB-W.
that's my understanding may 300 Pavetta Ib 205
i' Davis Wilts Gillian. S-Koufax. cf-p. Trammel and right field
055
!4 at this stage of it all. IP H R ERBBS 'King p-rf. U 211Scruggs. 410 bSummerlmEckdaM.. IfcCulbreath 205 Slipped In Meed Fuller will go with his same er Bill Blomgren.

The bowler is allowed to pitch only six fair balls. Then Taylor Rro lioLl-i..7.......... 1 5 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 4 5KoufaxW.l..5 00T 0 0 The Phillies led 4-1 over the Coach Dave Fuller's Gators, starting nine, including catcher

the umpire will call "over" and another bowler will come in -Koufax. U-Conlan 4000WP Vent.. Har 5 Van d-Leggeff.WInkle..35 3b: 2 1 B 0 I New York Mets in the fifth in- 6-1 in the SEC. take on the Yel- Dave Porter, first baseman Eggart To StartFlorkfa's

to throw. There are two sets of wickets and the bowlers throw vey. Weyer. T-206. A-MUSI. Combs p 3BTatals 1 ning when ,Allen was put to the
like .als ...... U34 ..'... 2451 194 FOURTEEN .GAME BASEBALL STATISTICS starter Friday will
positions as it's test. The first two hitters for
_ from each so fielders have to change MILWAUKEE SAN FRANCISCO OVERALL RECORD; H 4
hitting from home plate one time, from second base the abrhbi abrbbi New York got on base as Allen SEC RECORD I 1 be junior Danny Eggart, leading -
F.AIOM cf 4110 Kuenn rt-H lOSS Mama ,.*. ab r b 2b 3b br sb rtai ba hurler in the SEC with a %-0
next. May H .12.Davenp'12b4111 Standings twice slipped In mud created bya Jim Duncan .._........_..................... LF 51 5145154 4.250
to Fleming Field this Aaron rf 3210 McCovey 3555 rain. It was upsetting Bill Btomgre\ ....._.......................... RF 54 11 15 3 B B 0 13 .270 record and an ERA of 1:00: thus
let's long
Now that we're all confused, go Mathews 3b 3" 1 'M. Jou rf day .... .....
Ills I Allen Trammel ..... ........... ..? CF II 3 5. 1015 jn far. Overall Eggart is 4-1 and
weekend and see how it's done. Better take your own tea Torre Ib 3111 Mays cf 422 LEAGUE to a veteran, let alone a Dave Porter ...........................C A6 4124752 S.Ul
Bailey 4ll2Cep.dalb 4331 I NATIONAL.W.. Last Pet. Baku Torn- Shannon ...,.,.,..........................lBS110132ll25.25 has an ERA of 1:91.
along for the 4 o'clock breakthrough. Boiling 2b 3llIHart3b 411McMillan 2 Houston B IBM rookie. Jim Elliott ......._.................,- -.. CFP3S 2 55052 2.250
ss 3 0 0 0 Haller c 312 : = .............. ......_...... ;
Chicago : :::::: B 1000B Earl Montgomery 38 52 la 12 I 1 1 2 la .231 Fuller plans to
aCline 1000 PIgMIS 400Spahn _I San Francisco .... I 1.000 But Allen didn't let it bother Ron Creese ......................:....*,....... 284717117114 1.713 Saturday
.IjHutchinson Goes LA p 3..MaridW p 3515 Philadelphia ... 1 B 1.000 i RasdYMO'cVOft ...:.......: ...........-....... 3331 1 71050 7.137 pitch either Jim Biggart (1.1) 1
.Ij\ to I Fischer p 0000 I bin: even a little bit.
bRed ISIS Los Angdc ...... 1 t 1.000 ) LESS THAN. 11 AT BAT or Charles Anderson (2-1).
St. Louis ..._ .. 0 1 ," 1 Mama a.sabrh2b3bbrsbrbiba
Totals 32473 TItus in 335150AStruck Cincinnati .....<.t' I .100 1 "Heck if I could play a Lit.DonPendley...-_..............._.,............, P7155l514.lll
for McMillan
I Fred Hutchinson required until June. into doubt out for Fischer In 9th; B- MBwaukee ...... S 1 .000 1 Jim Boyesen ..........................*........... OF 723 2 0 0 I ,421 Florida's leading bitter Is
SEATTLE (AP) Hit Milwaukee .play.. ..........113 **. aoa 9th. 4 tle Rock there isn't anything Danny: Eggart .........................<*............. P03300051.323
manager of the Cincinnati Hutchinson underwent treat- Sal Francisco .............M2 on B3-4- AMERICAN LEAGUE Dan Griffin ..........?..............4............. P41150101.250 captain Duncan (.280)), followed
Los Angeles E-Pagan. Hart. PO-A-Mitwaukee 244 Baltimore :............... 1 0 1.000 Jim Biggart .........?...??.............,............. P '.2 2 B B B .232 closely by Btarogren and Tram.
Reds, left for ment for nearly six weeks at the San Francisco 27-10. DP-Boiling, McMil Detroit .,,_...?.?...... 1 t 1000 charI00MdencA..w,.-......_...........-... 'P7S1I0lSl.l43
Tuesday night after undergoing Ian and Torre; Pag.... Davenport and Ce- Los Angeles ..,...- .. '1 0 1.006'-; To Inspect Richard PhaBnes .__...._........*.-*.............P1000551I.006 mell with .%78. Top Gator in
I Institute last winter and whenhe peda; Pagan and Opedas Cepeda Pagan Minnesota" ....*..........j... 1,009 Adrian Zabala ........................-*-........... P55050011.000 SEC is Shannon
examinations for a cancerous doctors said and Marietta LOB-Milwaukee S San Boston ...___,........ I I JOO PITCHING competition ,
at the Swedish Hospital's was released Francisco 3.2BB.iiey.. New York .............. I JOB TOKYO (AP-Avery ,Brand-Name st rt w I.la is B Ie b* era who is hitting .360 against Eastern
_ growth they were satisfied with his HR-Hart, Mays. 2, CepedHaller. .. Chicago '................. ..51 .0001 .. Dan Griffin .................................. 1 1 1 B 12 0 1 I 3 I..
Tumor Institute. SB-H. Cleveland ............... I 1 JOB 1 age president of the International Charles Anderson ....,.?.................... 24 'U 221 M 70.00 Division f e<.
I progress. They did not elabo Aaron.IP H" ERBBSSpan Kansas City" ............ Il .0001 Olympic Committee, ha,IjbllBigCart ,.......................,......... 501124 $3406113.00 I
Examining doctors said they L, 0-1..73-3 0 6 6 2 3 Washington .............. I 1 JOB 1 oVnny ................................. 43 4 I 33 J 23 12 11 1.91DoTpendJey II The Gators will leave fer Atlanta
Fischer .......... 2-32220 been invited to visit Japan tc I ,,,,,.,,,,,.w........".... 13 I 1 91/3 2 S 4 3 Iii I
were "very pleased" with the rate.The Marichal W. 1-0 ."9 J 4 1 4 4 TODAY'S GAMES for thc.' Adrian Zabala .w..........;_;.;;.: -........... 131011 3 S S 42.M J. Thursday'and return all,.
'p results of the tests and that no Reds play the Dodgers In WP-$ .hn. Balk-MarichaL: U-Sarjick. Boston at New York inspect preparations Richard Phailnes ............................ 035041/32434200 the
Donatetll Landes. Stetner. T-2:1S. A- Los Angeles at Washington (H) 1964 Tokyo Olympics. JmLIlioct ..........................._....... Sill 4 J 4 4 37.7t I er Saturday game.
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18 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, April 15, 1964



f g PKY Rallies Giants Pick Up Duke Snider

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Past Citrus NEW YORK (AP-The suf--!add a couple of never rooted for the Giants year ago after 16 seasons with
fering never ends for Brook- career,*' Snider -except in a World Se- the Dodgers in Brooklyn and
.
l lyn's orphaned baseball fans. leaving for, San but I'm sure rooting for Los Angeles. He appeared in
4 think I can help 129 games in 1963, frequently as
Win Old wounds, six years in heal- think I can now." a pinch hitter, and batted .%43
I For 10th ing after Walter O'Malley sep- games for them. came to the Mets a with 14 home runs and 45 runs
arated the faithful from their -
battled in.
A Dodgers, have reopened. Duke
t P. K. Yonge put on a remark- fourth twice in the fifth, once Snider, the pride of Flatbush, I Snider has hit 403 career homers
able rally yesterday to nudge in the.sixth and then won with has gone over to the still-hated 10th highest total in his-
Citrus High of Inverness &-8 two runs in the bottom of the Giants. II tory, and takes a .298 lifetime
for its 10th straight baseballwin seventh as first baseman Tom 4 batting average to San Fran-
In a unbeaten season to Hansen knocked in the deciding 4. Na Snider, 37, was acquired by i cisco.
date. tally.Fielding. the Giants-San Francisco vin Class
PKY tage-from the New York Mets The Giants, loaded with right-
errors got
trailed the In-
The Blue Wave -
Hurricanes 8-3 after starter Rob Hansen into early Ina straight cash deal Tuesday.The handed opwer, plan to use the
vading three innings of play. Then the trouble as Citrus scored four silver-haired slugger may Li. Courtnay move to Expert Class for left-handed hitting Snider pri-
comeback started. times in the first inning and start alongside Willie Mays, another Gainesville n t e r me due to their fine marily in pinch hitting roles.

PKY tallied once in the four more in the third. New York folk hero who won the Master "With Snider available, op .\
Hansen gave way to Mac went West, in the San Francisco open invitational shooting is done under Na posing teams might not be so .
Johnson who, in turn gave outfield tonight when the I Gainesville Pis Rifle Association rules. quick to switch to a right-hand-
Tish Pruess way to PKY's ace Robert ro s Giants meet the Milwaukee week. public is invited to attend ed pitcher," San Francisco
Stearns. The latter tossed four Braves on the West Coast. the next match is set May Manager Al Dark, said Tues

hitless and runless innings to Race ActionThis Old-line fans and Roberts fired at Boulware Springs. day.
Sack Dodger 600 for
Rival runnerup
Tops ; gain his sixth victory of the sea-
"New Breed" Met rooters were
son. Stearns still has not givenup Hector Mill
an earned this sack race will be repeated Saturday in the dismayed by'the second passIng Class with .
run season.
I $ Race OutPORT He struck out eight and walked first annual Junior Olympics at Harris Field Saturday of the Duke. But Snider wel- Matos was "

only one in his four frames. The fifth and sixth grade boys will compete this comed the move and the Giants, 600. Other good YOU HAVEN'T ; .'
who have been after the veteranfor
ST. LUCIE Tish Tommy Stalnaker, taking timeto Saturday, fifth and sixth grade girls on April 25. vision included \ '... yi
time
Pruess of Pompano Beach elim play center field for PKY The local Elks Lodge and Recreation Department are some were equally 545x600; :' '

inated archival Nancy Roth of today he'll compete in trackin co-sponsors. happy."You're just what we need to 600Earl; Tonjes, ; i REACHED YOUR: .
Hollywood 1-up on the 18th hole the Keystone Conferencemeetand Pierce, 517x600; : ,
win the (National League) .
in the opening round of the well, had three hits liams, 508x600 :
;
l Florida Women's Golf Association to lead the Wave's seven hit Cross City Tabs pennant Giants president, Horace, told Stoneham Snider via, Prue, 502x6CO. OPTIMUM .' ; : .
Tournament. attack. Shingler had two 0Citrus' f Conger ,
*/ telephone after the deal was ,

MIAMI The $10,000 Holly- PKY four will safeties.bid for a perfect announced. went Sharpshooter to Allen '

1 wood handicap, scheduled to be 11-0 season Friday when it Three StandoutsCROSS with"Just a contender the opportunity again to play Monday YIELD -
the feature on Wednesday's program plays at Orange Park. d467x600.. Olin

at Gulfstream, was can .. Marksman
Citrus C all .
r hP.K. Yens b
celed because three of the five Griffin 25 411 suinaker. cf S r 2 I 3) CITY Top Dixie team. Bennett was voted most I I and Don Martin UNTIL
horses nominated were with Wolcott.shinglek, ef lb 31 210 J T SoII. ley.Hansen Ib 401 Co. High School awards wentto I valuable eager. All received Starke Falls 'Class with I _
drawn. Two grass races were S. Fltz- tk. eo 0 Marcus.u 3b< .101 1 0 Jimmy Forehand Randy Cor trophies. I scores were _
Mehner 3b 3 2 0 stearns' "* 31 1 bin and Dennis Bennett last YOU'VE TRIEDIf
substituted. Brown It 110 I match.In
Totals"I 0"I
Bedford, u r 0 0 Wkgman 2b rf 310:300 night at the annual Rotary Club- Al Parris, football coach and As Live Oak the I
Chrttn'eiw rf 210 EwSrictoa.
c 1 0 I athletic director passed out All- a
MIAMI-Bobby Allen, 140, o! M. FltTptk. P 31 1 Dennls 35 120R. sponsored fete for Bear ath erts led
J i Jacksonville won a split decision Hansen, p 000 letes. The event was held in the Suwannee Conference awards to 568x600 to '
eight-rounder over Jerry Powers Johnson.. If p 211 010.Lett. school cafeteria. ky Ken Gardner Land, Robert and Forehand Ousley, Ric-in I Breaks LooseSTARKE ry topped

135, of St. Louis> in the main ...... 27 0 4 Titito-Rodger..- 31 100ToUU 91A Forehand was named top football and to Bennett and Millan led
event at North Dade Sports Filed' to left for Lott In 7th. lineman and Corbin best backon Live Oak brok e 536x800, White
...... Gibba Killian in basketball.
II' Arena. Citrus. Yonge County .4040000047P.K. 03012 1 '-,73: last year's Bear football All-Area loose for three runs on five hits man with
in the eighth inning to score a [Barnes led Tyro
y FIRES 617 SERIES ented All-Area awards were pres- 5-2 win over Starke yesterday in Millan and you're getting good yields now,you'll get Better yields I
by Joe Halberstein a Florida Star Conference base- into Master -and better quality-by using the Rainbow family of
Gainesville Sun sports editor,! ball game. for the next fertilizers.That's because Rainbow has the world's most
to Bennett, first team in bas- The Bulldogs and Tornadoeswere complete line of fertilizers and fertilizer materials. '
Hall Shows ketball; Ousley and Corbin, tied at 2-2 going into the' Whether it be premium mixed fertilizers, direct application -
Virgil Way
third team in football and All- extra frame. Mark Hamilton, fertilizer materials, or a full range of nitrogen
Area All-Scholastic grid team. losing hurler had a dozen fertilizers, Rainbow has what your crops need for fast
I Other All-Area awards went ,strikeouts. starts, season-long feeding, and bumper harvests.Set .
Virgil Hall of. Wonder House House had 989100310403032.524 and Norma Weseman 510.
I to Bobby Dodd and Killian, honorable Wins on a Rainbow full fertility
I i Live Oak scored single runs your crops up program
Restaurant showed the in The 1048 by Printing
way Pepper Withdrawals had an 1871 set
mention in basketball; in the fourth and sixth frames today!It's your sure road to Optimum yieldsOptimumprofits.
I the Industrial League at Palm best single
was game. and Deposits came up with a ;and to Forehand, Gardner, Land I .
with I to lead 2-0. Starke tied it with DUNNELLON
Lanes last night a 204-198- I
I 651 high game. Lynn Johnson and
566 Series Kermit Prime in football. I
two runs in the bottom of the liston
Darwin
215-617 set. Simpson,
made the 5-7 split and Edna
1 Glenn Wilkes, head basketball
Jeanne Leland came up sixth off Darrell bined
i for
Pepper Printing, rolled 190-215- converted the 510. winning pitcher a no
Hargrove RAINBOW and
coach
209-614 and Harvey Thomas with a standout 566 series in the at Stetson University, I Croft of the Bulldogs.The day against
Pepper Printing, had 200-206- Florida National Bank Leagueat Lee Green Ace Electric, top- was guest speaker. Wilkes gavean Tornadoes, 1-2 in the con- ton High as the I WJ SUPER RAINBOW
203-609. Palm Lanes yesterday, help- ped the Triple Tumblers Leagueat inspiring talk on the five ;ference and 6-3 for the season, posted n 11-0 ,
ed along by a big 235 middle Palm Lanes with a 194-162- attributes vital to success in will play at Santa Fe Friday aft- sixth straight The premium plant foods that give your
III 1 I 1 soil a scientifically balanced: fertilization

Dave Cowart, Gainesville Sun, game. She rolled 173235158. 184-540. Barbara McCollum, athletics and in life. I ernoon in their next game. unbeaten program.
had a 228 single game best. Betty Olson had a 538 with a Cotton's Min-a-Mart, had a 472, Faith and fight are two in- ,Uv Oak ab r h Sfarkt ab r k Scott, White
Pepper Printing came up with,208 finale, Mae Hill hit 533 witha Dottie Davis, Bank of New- gredients that go a long way toward i Dean Harvard Croft 2b ss, 4 31 0 1 1 Cole Falcon, If is 211 411;split the hurling Pot 0' GoldNITROGEN

961-1045-1043-3054. Wonder 202 starter, Liz Ellman rolled berry, 464; as did Betty Foerest, helping any athlete to II Taylor Hurst c cf 322 311 McLeod.Reddish, 3t cf> 401 400 winners. S cot .. I
gain honors, Wilkes said.
Ace Electric. Van Ib 311 Elder c 300 frames, fanning -.1rJ
Brady, 3b 300 Hamilton p 300 A'economIcal
The fastest easiest most
I 201 Game Russ Kirby rf 401 Waters. rf 100 pitched two and ;
Rebel Lanes Seeks LesseeRebel Helen Farnsworth, Bank of Women D. Croft, p 10 0 a-WIHam! 000 and Donaldson way to give ;,
Langford If 3 01 Frlck Ib 200 your crops all the vital nitrogen
Newberry, had a 201 high game. Win Finale Crosby b-Sanderjon Ib 000 loa i fanning all six they need.We'll deliver N t'6-
Lanes has been closed City Mattress Co.said he does Ace Electric rolled a 1442 series Bennet 2 b 100 Scott had'a and apply it for you

for an indefinite period, A. W. not have the time personally to and Bank of Newberry had a Russian PLAINVIEW, Tex. (AP-The) Totals ...... 38 5 I Totals Akrldge...2b... J7 200 j j ton's 13-hit with our Custom Applicator
Chambless, owner of the bowl- 529 single game best Shirley women's basketball A-Walked for Waters In 5th. B-Filed tripled and
the 12 .lane facility in view out for
ing facility, said today. run Padusnak of Chandler's made team wound up its American Live Oak Frick.....In...5th. WIIIistln ab r h '
0001010 3-5 S 1 Scott p 412
of his other business tour ..... ... Service.BROWNLEE
connec the 5-10 split, Shelby Goode, S Tuesday night with a 50-49 Stark ... 00000200-23 :3 Jackson, cf 12 2
Chambless said he is seek- tions. & S Cleaners, 5-6-10; Patsy Mar- victory over the Wayland College Jones Terrell IS 3b 11 10 0 1 '
ing someone to take over the tin, S. E. Sapp Real Estate, Flying Queens. Ground Broken McClendn' Ib 4 2 2
lanes on a lease basis. Closing of Rebel Lanes leaves The Queens furnished much Hunter Ib 432:
5-7-9; and Doris Tyde, Walsh Dawson c 412 FEED & SEED COMPANY
Gainesville with the. 32alley stronger opposition than they For Stadium Patterson 2b 10 0
Tommy Jackson, well known Barber Shop, 5-10. did Bole, rf 41 2 115 N.W. 6th St. Phone 372-2547
when the
Palm Lanes the teams met week ,
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local bowler, has been operat- as only bowling Mary Lou Flowers of Cotton'scame f 100 Gainesville Florida
ing Rebel Lanes the past sea facility in operation. up with triplicate gamesof ago at Joplin, Mo., with the Soviet ATLANTA (AP-Ground will Totals Donaldson.... p Mill 1 00) .
136-136-136 and will receivean team crushing Wayland be broken today for an $18-mil- J

son.Chambless, who operates Gate award from the Women's 7836. lion sports stadium with a ca-
Carl
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Rich Stolarski led the Mixed I games in the tour and depart 57,000 football rooters.
Boys' Club 30 Days League with 181-178-176-535. today for Lima, Peru, where The stadium is to be com- ALIANT'
Bob Glafcke had 532 and Walter they are defending world cham I pleted in 12 months-in time for

Slates Hockey I NEW YORK (AP-Carl Wil- Starr 521. Pat Brownsword topped pions. j the 1965 baseball season.
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ley, whose jaw was broken in a the women with 494, Elea-

Boys' Club members interested spring training accident, has nore Todaro had 493 and Come ? Auto Insurance Problems ? LOW LOW PRICE
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I Hayes a single
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league play starting Friday. day after doctors reported it i
There will be three leagues would be at least 15 days before
Cadets ((7 and 8)),Midgets ((9 and the wiring in his jaw could be
10)) and Juniors ((11-13)). All boys removed. That would probablyhave
will play. Equipment will be kept Willey idle for a
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SPORTSMAN'S :Constant Travel for Golfer's WifeBy !

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FISHHOOK TIPS JIM BECKER exhibition fees and endorse- to October," Joan says, and And we go out at night, some- or' more usually a pro-am and on Thursday FF 1 I

AUGUSTA, Ga. (APTherewas ments, and is off at about the then go home to Australia for a times, either with some of the "If we get there, say, on a the tournament" I Paid Advertising
'I .::0'A He tied of months, and then other and their I
one thing about being an same pace this year. couple golfers : wives or Monday, Bruce will play a
y-is -SNELLED FLY airline hostess, says Mrs. Joan for 21st in the Masters, and won back to the tour. We'll start at with friends Bruce has made. prac-
FLY WITHOUT Crampton. You didn't have to $1,100. Los Angeles. around the country." tice round if there's still time,

if + SHELL eo travel so much. Last year he finished two "Right now it's all fun, even Moving Day and I get the laundry and shopping A Financing Plan for Every Need i iI
I, .0.". strokes back in the U. S. Open the motels. Usually we find a done. The same on Tues-
WHEN ... That was before she marrieda Sunday is moving day for the 1 and there'sWATER ij
SNELL'S and led the PGA through three kitchen where I can cook. Bruce day, ,on Wednesday
BUYING SLOOP} golf pro. rounds. would live on steaks if he could, Cramptons-every Sunday. If"
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CHOOSE FLIES THOSE 4EU.S.LOOP DROPPER ON "I used to get home every "We plan to play the tour up but I try to vary meals a little. morning"We pack, and up check the car out Sunday," she: and ICE TEA j

WITHOUT S few days at least, to do up my "Then drive to the i GLASSES
OTHERWISE, SNIP says. we a .
OFF SHELL ITS LOOP ALARMS laundry and things," she says, Husky Jack The FavoriteHOUSTON .1 course. After Bruce finishes, we For Motels & Restaurants r '
WARY FISH WHEN TIED TO THE "but now it's just one motel aft- start off for the next tourna- SPENCECHEMICAL
LEADER'S END OR '
HOOKS DROPPER< LOOP er another. (AP) For two dIe here last April with a rec- ment. We share the driving. SUPPLY CO.
TURNED WITH UP EYES *> ) Joan, a pretty blonde who straight years, big Jack Nick- ord score of 268. Sometimes it's a thousand miles FR 2-2186
HOOK BETTER THAN J was born in Australia and grew bus has made a charge at the Charles is back for anotherrun I -

TURNED EYED HOOKS DOWN IN- up in New Zealand, married Houston Classic's gold and glory at the top money, but is W. H. TOWNSEND & SONS Tw' -
handsome, wavy-haired Australian averaging 68.8 strokes per round bracketed at 5-1 with Houston's
SMALL S RT'.J
SHANK>DESIGNS. ? golfer Bruce Crampton last for eight rounds, and averaging Dave Marr, Paul Harney, Dow WHOLESALE & RETAIL ; .1.1f
THIS APPLIESTO December, in Sydney. $3,400 per trip to the paymas- Finsterwald and Bruce Devlin. ,

-, r---. THE "We met about five years ter's window., PORTIONED ,MEATS
.VARIANT FLY ago," Joan says. "I was out on the of the tee- NOW
So on eve big OPEN
Street
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PATTERNS, ALSO. a date with a passenger, and he off Thursday, the strong man f
,r AvOID KIRBY SENDS introduced me to Bruce." from Ohio State has been estab- 10 a.m.-ll p.m. S. CHOICE or GOOD

1fAriw(5r{ ( A FLY'S ACTION.GHS No More lished a 3-1 favorite' to take it ALL YOUR BRANDS FAVORITE Beef STEAKS .

.0 In those days Joan played all this time as the $50,000 Clas-
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doesn't any more, at least not try Club for the first time. 0 Wines SIRLOIN. 82c CTCAIMp
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Girls when he's around. "I've never With both Arnold Palmer and . i iI
: seen her hit a golf shot," he Gary Player absent, Nicklauswas PAUL'SPackage ROUND 72c Cubed ,
:says. established the favorite I
Starke Ace Joan has seen Bruce hit thou over the defending champion, Store 5! crAK. 69c
T-BONE. 85c I
,.sands. Crampton is one of the Bob Charles, the southpaw New 1813 E. University Av.. j
most persistent golfers on the Zealander who took the big bun- L
Sparry! Hopes American pro circuit -he -- -- I Shoulder BEEF 3 ''bs- $1

played in 38 consecutive weekly Our Gracious Host DINNER SPECIAL ROAST 49c Rib
IWINTER HAVENThe state tournaments in 1962 and again Presents TONIGHT'SCHOPPED NEW ASSOCIATES
ugh:1r golf tournament will in 1963-and Joan walks aroundthe Rolled Rump STEW . 39c ,

openhere4dmorrow: at Lake Region course and watches him on SIRLOIN STEAK ROAST. 7Sc All Meat -
.course" and ,Gainesville every round he plays in a tour 58c BUSINESSMAN'S
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ifig jSchool's girls and Starke'sBarold

hopes,'Bishop! will carry area busy Crampton schedule plans this year the that same he Complete Luncheon Chuck ROAST 59c Sirloin! Tips 75c FINANCING PLAN'

followed in the past.
Tr BIGGEST VALUE IN GAINESVILLE '
-The- GHSlassies who will "Bruce says as long as he ROAST 4Se STEAK..45c helps executives, professional people

compete-are Jan Jacunskl, Kit can win money consistently on CHICKEN meet growing obligationswithlarge
Green I the tour, we'll play it," Joan t jr
and
Beverly George A-LA-KING PORK amounts of money
says.
Candy Lohr.
Settle Plans On Toast Points 5& Center Cut Morn Now the Associates-one of America's
Frosty largest
Bishop, who won i n d i v idu- That seems to settle the I' Cut Green financing

al laurels in ,the group met, at Cramptons plans for some time.I Carrot.'Beans Raisin & Pork Chops 62c HAMS. 45c standard ofAssociates institutions-helps living a growing you career maintain dictates.the

Jacksonville, will tee off at 10:05: Bruce won more than $30,000 in Cottage Cheese End Cut Under special Businessman's Financing
a.m. He is rated a darkhorse each of the last two years, plus Salad Spanish Onions. Served I Plan, you can borrow money for all business
with Bill Dudley of Tampa King I .Hot Iced Coffee Tea or Frtt With Your Salad Pork Chops 43c RIBS 3 ibs. $1 needs-expansion,* equipment and machinery;
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Your Second Cup of Coffee or Frosty Morn Frosty Morn
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Roberta Albers, also of ,
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ENAMEL AND M SCTMMI .9..EST J 1 ELEVATING
IXTIIMELY UP i.. W1TNM4 TIM ftn UEOUN5M
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ALSO QUARTZ Of OTHEKINTEMOft AACOt rrc. CHARCOAL HICKORY V SKEETER
AND [EXTIftlO PAINT
$798 2nd EVERY GAL FREE BUY 2 AND SAVE $98 2edGAL EVillY FREE
BRIQUETS CHIPS LITES

CAULKINGCOMPOUND p.!? 5 QUART i I V
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Government ; ... .,; -' ._. ". '

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To Step Up : .................. "" .... ... s;
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Beef BuyingWASHINGTON \ f '..'' ... ,. ai.
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I (AP-Demo- .. ,." ,-,;. .' ", y; f NOW E..: :: .._...._......

cratic congressional leaders re ,, .
; .
ported Tuesday after their :::.. 4: ::.: i it

) weekly] breakfast conference : r: '?
z:: li:
f with President Johnson that the Once-in-a-lifetime AT ii:: .:
;
Defense Department is stepping
l up its buying of beef for use xi;:::::x ::piax

in bases overseas. L'i

Senate leader Mike Mans- opportunity W1NNSamsonite ;::::: :::i=

field of Monoana said the de

partment has decided to buy 14 _. ::y

million pounds of beef in addi to buy a famous ; .

tion to planned purchases ali i

ready announced.He 1ft. xE" 0 ti S .;c: ::::..::
0
said the previous program ; ....-_....... ....... .._.... S TO R. ...: ......-............ i :..

Included 36 million pounds of

beef plus 18 million pounds to

,be bought and placed in stor

age for future use overseas.

The purchase of domestic .

beef for overseas bases is a

: major operation in the govern- Fo

: ;merit's efforts to bolster sagging In a. e

i country's.prices position and to improve in international this-

trade balances, he said.
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In:addition to beef buying by

ti .the, Defense Department, the

.Agriculture Department is pur- Regular $6.95 Value
chasing beef for use in the ,

school lunch program.
k :. . . . . .
.also told aeeeeeeeee.e * *
: Mansfield newsmen eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeee -
::: 'that Johnson again expressed
. . . eeeeee .
.. the hope Congress will keep eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaeeeeeeeeee* eeeoeeeeeeeeeee . . Genuine Samsonite Table has stain-

appropriations: within his budget ..eaaa..aa.. . . .. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ee.ee'* . a .e.eeeoea. .ea. .eaea. ae. .ae. .
ceiling of just under $93 bil- . ee eeeeeeeeeee.ee eeeeeoeeeeeeeeeaeeaeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeoeaeeee . . . resistant abrasion-resistant vinyl film
. . .. ,

'lion. . . . ee. .eeoeeeeee. . . .ooeee. aa . . . .
Mansfield sal d the leaders e e e e e plastic top.Steel protective binding i over

eeaeaeeeeeeeeaeeeaeaeeeeae. . . . . . . . . .
discussed with Johnson the negotiations . . . . . . . .
now going on in an . . . .. .. . ... table edges. Easy, com pact folding. Ex

head off a nationwide . . . . .* . .
effort to . eeeeaeeeeeeae . clusive locks.
easy-action leg
Electrically-
railroad strike. Mansfield, how . . . .a.eeaeeeeea . . .
ever, gave no indication as to

how the President feels the negotiations . . aaee aaeae.eea .*a . . . welded tubular steel le g s. Chipresistantbaked
I a. . . . . . . .
progressing.
are enamel finish all metal
. . . . . . on parts.
t Speaker John W. McCormacksaid aeaaaaaaa.aaa..e. *

t House leaders went over .eeaaaaaeeaaaee. . . . .
,; the legislative program in that WITH $25 WORTH This table is available in two popular

i; chamber with Johnson, with . . .
<< special reference to the antipoverty . . . OF REGISTER TAPES colors: Tan with bronze frame and Grey

bill. McCormack said . . . .
.. . . .
i the hearings on this with black frame.aaaoaaoaaoaoaaaaasaaaa.a..aaa.a.
thinks .
he . .
. . .
bill may run through next .. .. a ae ee . . .

Tuesday. . . . .. . .a. .a. .a. . . .

the .-. . .-. .-.-. .-.-. .-.-..-.-.-.-.-.-. .-. .-. .
Mansfield expressed hope '.}> 'L .?. .I"'L. '." ., .." ':.;
begin voting next r"L.t aaaoaoooooaaoooaooaaaaaooaa.aeeee '
Senate can 'J'Ji. aaaaaeeeeeeaej'
> aaaaaaaaaaaaaa
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week on proposed amendmentsto r' .aea.a..o.a.oo..e..e.. . .. . . .> eaaaeeeeekeaeeeeeeeeae <.
the civil rights bill.Cuba :I ..e..a..a.a..e. .
'oJ' t .. ... Ideal Gift
eaaae. .>.aaaaaeae'. . .
Has


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+! MIAMI (AP) The Cuban ...: .. J'. ....>
Economists Association in Exile o 0...
all coins i:1**M* **.*,... .... :
reports that virtually '
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have disappeared from circulation ,,,. i TUBULAR STEEL LEGS ,
)in Cuba.

Jose Alvarez Diaz, association :fl's S3aAllPurpose /

,.
president, said the Cuban gov Table A -
,
ernment announced last February .*
that it planned to recall 70 ; r.. ..::::i:::Yy';: t;,iiv: :%$iC: <'li!;: ..'0.%j: v YS: A,

million pesos in coins and currency ry. -. "!' .
.
iti' acc
:y;} t ax YS:'y }; :: r +
to combat inflation.He .
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rr r 2 : : : : i%:%i-" .. C g Q' '' .d,
added the government Is : ;; r::;: ; :x; : ''' :7 ;,:%3 .a; 'ir rw :b f'tt'F s v

getting 20 million pesos worth of '9 .;, ; y. .n,
.
metal to replace ..
coins of lighter .
those withdrawn.

LIMITED QUANTITY!
Cubans hoarded coins as the

peso fell in value, the economistssaid. s

The peso, worth a dollar: Don't miss this

before the Castro regime and Nationally Adve1.tisedlexcltlStve .
still officially pegged at a dollar! ,, SUPPORTS

is worth little outside Cuba.IN offerl'j' -
v -0 IBS. OF SUGAR J ., .

CIRCUIT COURT OF FLOR .: ., .
THE
IDA. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN o 1 II,; .) look for this display
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN ;. ., .

CATHARINE H. SAVAGE, at any of our stores! : -f'! .

PATRiC YS. Plaintiff.SAVAGE.Defendant : 0 : .!..,., : .'.rr .

NOTICE TO APPEAR .- .-A' ._
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TO: PATRIC SAVAGE -.. .k:.. : t.
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243 Jacqueline -":.'. -.

a YOU Complaint Playa ARE Del for HEREBY Rey.Divorce California l NOTIFIED has been filed thai Q : )iY f. Wonderful for card

against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your answer or pleadIng rl pz
to the COmplaint upon the PS.ln- playing
,tltf's attorMySo Reynolds. Goidln ,
,
Gainesville Florida -
Jones. P. 0. Box 461. .
/ and We the ordinal answer, o. ... ,
In tha office CletM el
pleading
Ali ,
FlOrId.Circuit Court of the Jlst day County el : Just the for
May, anfor b.taraq to do so |iudV' thing sewing
will be taken against !
meet by default >
you for the relief demanded In the Bin a .
,
tf '
DONE and ORDERED at Gainesville rc- 11 r
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"Alachua April.County 1'- Florida tht 13th PY i i r0* Marvelous for luncheons

J. B. CARMICHAEL CM : kR
Circuit Court of Alachua t 4
County Florida

Court SallREYNOLDS.By Deputy CHERRIEE Clerk HALE PLUS S 1 Practical for homework and

GOLDIN fc JONESBy i
SELIG I. GOLDIN
Attorney for Plaintiff I
Post OHk/-Box *&* f do-it-yourself
Gainesville. Florida
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-The Department Division of of Agriculture Plant Industry will recelv StaN e a Convenient for TV snack I
sealed bids at Room SOlo Seegle Build 'i
Ing. Gainesville. Fla. no later than 11 I :
A.M. Wednesday. April 2*. 164. fw "
the application of granular InsectlckH I dinners
by single engine alrcran. Application!. .
I
to start About May 1st at approximately l ,
54 localities In t counties of northwest 4 .' ;-;
Florida, covering approximately",: I
.t
4&S39 acres plus' or minus 50 pel.. t .
cent). Interested contractors may request ... : ", ,- ""\ ... :.: I

from the a copy Gainesville of the office.detailed contract I ..,). ,.'-'. ", ""IPJ.o,- ,. .'\It.I ) "" rt" \:. ._ t {tC,,'" f. i!
(3256) 4:15. 22INVITATION ,
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TO BID
;I Sealed bids will be received In the of
flee of the Florida Park Service. 31'I
State Office Building Gaines an I II I
Adams Streets. Tallahassee. Florid. ..w amssstiti s6AYe
until 10:00 AJUL. E.S.T.. May a, MM L
for the following work at Magnolia Lak t :
State Park at Keystone Heights. floe I :'a ::::::
d. In day ceustr.i cw ;t
STATE PROJECT NO. 2diG2060.61"RESIDENCE" it ,* -

Plans and specifications for this pit ;
(
fed may be secured by writing to M tt
Florida Park Service 311 State OfftoBuilding. Place ToGo.Fot> Good Things
Galnes and Adams Streets; Smart
wilt TailahaMee be required.Florida. No plan depoal e Ci_
Bids snaU be accompanied by a Mi 1 1 i iI
guarantee of not ass than five per cenS b t+ I
( per cent) et the amount of the bU ... ._
which shall be a certified check ecashier's
check made payable to th
Owner. A Bid Bond will not acceptable
The Florida Park Service reserves tht
right to ftlect any and all bids and t.
accept the bid In the best Interest of ttu i
i aim of Florida.fIORIDA.
PARK SERVICE <, .
1 BY N. E. MILLER JR.IiaG6) "
Director
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.. .... ., ., .., ."..'- _. -., ,-- .. .-. r. ... _" _,.__ .. .a..Ie"i-E : f'a.f'__Ii. "" .; f: JP'fAc .
Rachel Carson -.' .,
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Author Dies .,
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m ro y SAVE mow............ \ I

NEW YORK Rachel Car- \1
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son, the writer of books on nature ,;):: <,, ;, .
"!': '):, .1. .
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and science, died Tuesday t .!.,,
i
in her home In Silver Springs, "

Md. Miss Carson was 56 years ,, I

t.
old.Her death was reported by .

Marie Rodell, hejr literary agent -

who said that Miss Carson

had had cancer "for S 0 m r

years," and that she had been i it

aware of her illness. 1

'With the publication of "S i I.

ent Spring," Miss Carson, the

essence of gentle scholarship, .. FO 0 R S "

set off one of the biggest con-

troversies to come out of a

book since Harriet Bee c h e r

Stowe's "Uncle Tom's Cabin."

'"Silent Spring" touched off
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a'nationally publicized struggle .
25 EXTRA STAMPS with Sunnyland .
and ony t
between the proponents .
tfi "opponents of the widespread Lunch Meat '.:'. '. :'T. : f

use of poisonous chemic 1
.
sprays to kill insects. Miss 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH{ ANY ,; t.:' :-; j

Carson was an opponent.IN Tarnow Pizza I

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THE COURT OF THE COUNTY

JUDGE.. IN ALACHUA PROBATE.IN COUNTY FLORIDA 25 EXTRA STAMPS with Oscar Mayer t'--

RE: ESTATE OF
IDA MAE HENRY Franks Lb.69
_
Deceased.To rte; w :
All Creditors and Persons Having .. l
Claims or Demands Against Said Estate '' REG. 59* SWIFT PREMIUM "' :. :=-:.- ,

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each are nereby notified -
You and o you Franks 49g
and required to present any 1.r Lb. u -
claims and demands which you or either /
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have against the estate -
of you. may -
of IDA MAE HENRY. deceased. REG. 59* COPELAND Family Pk. Lunch 3 '.__, .
late of said County. to the County :3
Judge of Alachua County. Florida, at Meat. ib.49'REG. =:=: .
his office In the court house of Hid .
County at CabtesvUI Florida. within -. -
six calendar months from the time of 45* SUNNYLAND Fresh Pork I t a ----
the first publication of this notice. 1
Each claim or demand shall be In w
writing and shaU state the place of Sausage Lb.'b.' .
residence: and post office address of k
the claimant and shall be sworn to by wS
the claimant Ms agent his attorney. "" : HORMEL BONELESS Cooked Conned '
and any such claim" or demand not so -
filed shall be void.WILLIE T9
DELFORD HENRY. Picnic 3 Can ] c' .
As administrator of the Estateof
IDA MAE HENRY
deceased aye F.
First publication March 25. "*64-
(31 U 3:23 4:1. .. 15._

IN""THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE '.... "' .' .
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND t ,
FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN 4Y q
CHANCERY.
EMIL BENESH t


WILLIE RUTH Plaintiff.MARTIN MARTIN -vs-and wife N.


Defendants.NOTICE Of SALE aOlst 4" 11

Chuck
Notice Is'hereby given that, pursuantto
a Final Decree of Foreclosure en-
tered In Case NO.I1I37-C. In the Circuit
Court of Alachua County. Florida. on
,
April 10, 1064. I will sell the. property SMALL HICKORY,
situated In Alachua County Florida
described as: :
One and One-half (115) acres bounden
the North side by the Atlantic CoastLine
Railroad bound on the South and
East sides by Merry and bound on
the West side by J. W. Carter. All -5SmokedHam
I lying and being In Section Twenty.
five (25). Township Eleven (II) South
Ttange Twenty (20) East, Alachua
County Florida LESS RIght-of-Way of
State Road No. 441.at :
public sale to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the North door of the S :
Alechua County: Courthouse: In Gaines-
viMe, Florida between the noun of
IkOO A.M. and 2:00 P.M.. on Monday t- GaYERHME t

1044.April DATED 27. IfM.this 13th day of April .A.D.. ; SHANKHALF :

J. B. CARMICHAEL.. v'
Clerk of the Circuit Court Y
BY: CHERRIEE HALES
Deputy Clerk
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) with the (
WATSON & LONG ;100 extra stamps ;
Attorneys at Law _
Pi 0. Box 506 ---t
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Gainesville Florida purchase of one 5-lb. Pk9

Cm" 4: 15_ LB.

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN :, groundbeef.D ; '
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY.. FLOR ., : ; .
IDA. IN PROBATE; ,' -,' SI
IN. RE) -
ESTATE OF MARJORIE MONROE i- -, '. BUTTHALF I
,
ODOM. '.! x <-. I
Deceased. ; :
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR
Notice Is hereby given that I have
filed my final return as Executor of LEANER 1
the Last Will and Testament of MAR. FRESHER .
JORIE MONROE ODOM Deceased; ; 1
that I have filed my petition for distribution $195
and for final discharge, and 5
t Honorable that on May H.14. H.1,M,McDonald I will apply County to the Beef PKG. LB. 45Ground / _

'
Judge of Alachua County. Florida. for
approval of said final returns ando .
an order of distribution and for final
discharge as Executor of the Last WIIIand ,
Testament of MarJorIe Monroe Od-
tdtf Deceased. April tth. WU. ..
"
*- E. COVINGTON JOHNSTONE. 'J., .
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Covlngtori Johnston, HILLS HIGH PROTEIN'DOG .
as Executor 'of the Last WIN .. .. ..
and Testament of Marlorie Monroe FOOD
o. .
Odom Deceased.E. ". .
-'A. CLAYTON
Ef-A. Clayton. as Attorney forE : 1 -or. 4
.- Covlngton Johnston Executor S 2 Cans 37t
3257) 4:15. 22. 21 3:4 FISCHER'S

TO WHOM IT NOTICE MAY CONCERNi OF SALE .5' I ', \ .
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You are hereby notified that the following < : .

Sir no.motor 2U47A179St vehicle: will 1M2 be Chew sold 2 DR at t : ..ERa ff1 4..i tliil ', if Beer AlelAiI
public sale at 10:00 AM o'clock on the. f ; : or
a lit day of April. 1944. at 1321 North .. .
Mien St., Gainesville. Florida. The proceeds I4'$14VA. .
of the sale will be applied to the ; ."
payment of the cost of retaking storing y :I.
and sale of said motor vehicle and the ITWII1ll'ThlI; i l YOUR CHOICE 12-oz. .
cost of publication of notice of sale and 112
then to the satisfaction of the balance $139
due under the contract with Dorothy BLUE OR WHITE ARROWDetergent VACUUM PACKED BOTS.
Williams Florida covering 1512 NE the 3rd financing Ave., Gainesville.of said -41jr 4/ t.I. I INCASELimit .

motor vehicle. Any surplus will be paid
to- you and you will remain liable for waAstor Coffee
1 ((12-BottIe) CaseS
any balance remaining unpaid under j
. said contract. withorder ro'
Dated this 2nd day of April 19"- or
ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT CORPORATION



IN(3254:15 THE BY Gainesville: H.COUNTY U Jamerson, Fla.JUDGE'S COURT.- .-11 GIANT BOX 3 9" j i 1-LB. CAN 4 91 .ia... I



IN FLORIDA.IN RE AND:JOHN Estate. FOR AARON el ALACHUA OLIVER COUNTY. SAVE 20< a.SAVE. 20 _. .


Deceased. """ :.

All NOTICE creditor TO of the CREDITORS.Estate of JOHN .. ., DETERGENT Save I FOLGER'S Save 24* VA. PORK LOIN SLICED .
AARON OLIVER. Deceased. are hereby ; '
:
claims notified or demands and required which to they file any may -S. Tide N:0491 ; Coffee 1.49. 59/ z P44Limit FOR

have against said estate In the Office a -
e' the County Judge of Alachua County $

ville.. Florida.Florida In the within Courthouse' six (')at calendar Gaines- {, 1 iwth $5.00 food ... Limit 1 with $5.00 order + 5 9"

months from the of the first order .
date publication .' or more yr. or mo of this notice. Each claim or ., W'
demand must be In writing and must .
state the place of residence and post '' _
office address of the claimant and must i' 4111i... _.I1.\P
be-worn to by the claimant, his agent.
ec his attorney or It will become
void according to law. .
.
This Tth day of April. A.D. 1H4. -
-sLOTS 0. GOOLSBY
Lois O. GoooIs v. as Admlnls- SMALL VEL REGULAR SIZE PINK 12.L3StBeauty
tratrbc of the Estate of JOHN
,. AARON OLIVER, Deceased Bar 2 39 Palmolive 2 21 Vel :
(S22S) 4:1. 15. 22. 29. Bars Bars Liquid 22-oz. 65'DETERGENT

IM COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE. TOP
ALACHUA COUNTY. STATE OF FLO BATH SIZE CASHMERE BATH SIZE ,

RIDA IU, RE:IN The PROBATE.Estate of VALUE Bouquet 2 31 Palmolive 2. 31 Giant Ad '_ ", 79

BAILEY Deceased.FINLEY WILLIAMSON. Bars Bars I Box

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE STAMPS REGULAR SIZE CASHMERE LAUNDRY SOAP DETERGENTBouquet
APPLICATION FOR FINAL

:INotlce Is hereby DISCHARGE given that Dr. U. S. 2 21 4 Octagon 2. 21\ Large Vel 33*
GORDON and RUTH WILLIAMSON Ban .._ Bars Box
SINCLAIR have filed their final report
executors, of the estate of Bailey Fin-. ,
ley: Williamson deceased; that they sY
have filed their petition for final discharge
and that they will apply to the
Honorable H. H. McDonald County
Judge of Alachua County. Florida, on
the 4th day of May 1H4. for appro e Smart
at of same and for an order of distribution Place T'oc
and for final discharge as executors

Williamson of *the deceased.estate of Bailey Finley I '
'
Dated March 31. *u.
DR. U. S. GORDON
RUTH WILLIAMSON SINCLAIRAs
Executers of the estate of
BAILEY FINLEY WILLIAfV -
SON. deceased.
Clayton Amow. Duncan & JohnstonP.O.
Bex 26Galnesvll. I
.., Florida
Attorneys for Executors
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I I Wednesday, April 15, 1964 Gainesville Sun 23 11 '

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child Training *; !
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< ;" Schools In i!
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Fla. Crowded I

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'J.i.
MARIANNA The Florida !
,
SAVE Division of Child Training i

:i Schools was caring for 1486 :

children on.March 31, according

to Arthur G. Dozier, director. .

Birds Y o Frozen The four training schools" I 1

Candied ..... a have space for 1450 children In'I 1
Yams I0-0L 39< trouble. There are waiting lists' I

Food/4 Pkp ..... for all four schools with 296-
Mixed (with onion sauce) % t{
youngsters waiting for admit-
oz, I
Veget.! 39 :. tance. 1.-

Sweet White At the Florida School for

Corn 4 CC' .' $1. Boys at Marianna with 'a'"
ii
.. ... ::
With Pearl Onions crowded capacity of 800, the;

G r. PeaFordhook IO-o29. population on March 31 stood at' i

o 809. Fifty-four boys were a ti5
(with butter sauce) 0
fl OR mitted
St during March
10-oL and 55... I
Limas 3 9
I P k 9. released. t

,COPyaI5HT-t. Sliced (with butter sauce) _......... .. ?:; The Florida School for Boys:" F.

CarrotsGIANT 3100$1. .'. at Okeechobee, now in its fifth''.
y year, with a crowded capacity* (

of 400, reported 411 boys in reseidence i

REG. 6.95SomSOnitfl on March 31. That

: Folding school admitted 23 and d&-1-

= ALE Table Only 3.99 charged period. 33 during the March' -

wHh $23.worth of W-D .
The Florida
School for Girls
Register Tapes at Ocala, with a crowded caJ'

pacity of 125 had '
a popula
SAVE 3* EACH LIBBY GARDENSwt.
t "
J tion of 134 on this date, after ad

mUting 12 new girls and discharging -"-

14 during the month. :

Peas 5 ciOp r, i With a crowded capacity of 125.

s at the Florida School for Girls-..
at Forest Hill, 129 were report:
EACH LIBBY HALVES OR SLICES YELLOW CLINGaches ed in residence. Twenty girls'

were admitted and 13 discharged .'

from Forest Hill.
No. 2'2CANS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. .
IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY .
FLORIDA. ..,
IN REt Estate of ....
SAVE 4* EACH .- LIBBY FRUITCocktail MARY R. PHIFER ...
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All creditors of the Estate of'
MARY R. PHIFER, Deceit, are
4 303 hereby notified and required to file
CANS LIBBY CORNED ".lIif., any claim or demands which they may
... have against said Estate In the Officeof
k .A the County Judge of Alachua County

SAVE.* EACH LIBBY CS OR WK $ BEE F SUPERBRANDGrade Gainesville, Florida Florida In the within Courthouse six (/at)
I I calendar months from the date of the
first publication of this notice. Each.
IEQ: claim or demand must be In writing .
.
"A" Fresh Fia. and must state the place of residence._
C'O 8 303 12-oz. 39 and:post office address of the claim,
r n CANS ant and must be sworn to by the claimant
'a Can "
r his agent or Ms attorney or It
will become void according to law. ""*
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SAVE 8* EACH LIBBY TOMATO """"""" SAVE 14, EACH. EGGS William.s- WILLIAM H. Chandler H. CHANDLER as

ILge. Executor of the Estate of "..
e Mary R. PhHer, deceased.
(3203) 4:1. 1. 15. 22
LIBBY BEEF
JUice.44HZ' I CALL FOR BIDS
Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids

S T E W i' e wilt tees be of received Alachoa by General the Board Hospital of Trus until

2 7 9 tJJ 4:00 P.M. May 5. 1964" at the office of
SAVE 20 EACH LIBBY DEEP BROWN Doz. the Hospital Administrator Gainesville A Florida I a diva at Generaf whtcff .

IHEFSTEW JfD time and place all bids received will bar"
24-0%. publicly opened and read aloud for fur
39" ... fishing all labor and materials for the
Beans 8 14-oz. Can FLORIDA ALL WHITE construction of the following:
-
Prolect-PiychJafrlc Unit. 4th Floor
CANSS ;: Old Building of Alachua General Hos
SAVE 10* EACH .fJ pita!.

SAVE 5-2/3* EACH LIBBY CORNED BEEF with Amt.each of bid.Certified or Cashier's Check

..... Deposit. for Drawings and Specifications. .".

16-ox. SAVE Vi< EA. LIBBY POTTED
Hash 3 Bid T. Air Conditioning 1000.00 $10.00"
CANS No. % SAVE 5-2/3* EACH SPANGLE CANDY' CIRCUS Bid 2. Plumbing 300.00 10 09''
Meat 1 o Cons $1 1.Lb. Any Bid 3.competent Electrical'contractor Work 250.00 may bid 10.00 on-
$1
Peanuts 3
' SAVE .... 1 Bid 1, Bid 2 or Bid 3 but each section
t 4Ji ,EACH,, LIBBY .CUT -, .. ", : Pkgs. shall be a separate sealed bid.
LIBBY SAUSAGE All work shall be done In accordance

vii No. Ys SAVE;;;b"pi DIXIE with prepared the by drawings Guy C..and Fulton' specifications and Associates.

Beets 10 303 5 Colts 1 3 'SS; $1 documents. Architects.may be All secured of the or examined foregoing

CANS at the office of the administrator of the
e hospitaL
SAVE 2, EA. LIBBY I Contractors may secure drawings and
SAVE* EACH LIBBY P1NEAPPLE-GRAPEFR'' M.E specifications from the aforesaid oNlcerfor
303 a deposit of $10.00 per set. The $18.09deposit
Limas 4 1. will be refunded to the bidder
Cans v. upon the return of the drawings and.
, specifications In good order to the aforesaid .,
Drink. 5 46-oz. officer. ,
Each bid must be accompanied by a
CANS certified check cashier's check or Bid
Bond made payable to the Board of
Trustees of Alachua General Hospital '1\
tie amount previously named as a guarantee ,
and with an agreement that the
bidder will not revoke or cancel his brat,

.. .. SAVE 8t EACH CHICKEN OF THE SEA LIGHT MEATTuna or a period withdraw of twenty from. days the competition after the openIng for
of bids and that In the event the
contract Is awarded to the bidder he
$ t No. H will within ten consecutive calendar
4 $1 days after written notice be given of
4 CANSSAVE such award, enter Into a written fpo-
Fresh Large V 4SUPERBRAND tract with with the the Board accepted of Trustees bid and,In give,accordance -:,

to the Board of Trustees a contract
10* EACH DEEP SOUTH SALAD performance and a payment security

, I Ice Cream satisfactory the bond amount with good to of the 100 and Board per sufficient cent of Trustees of securities the accepted In

LETTUCE 1' Dressing QUART 291iii Incorporated bid. The In bidders the Proposal said agreements Form.
The cost of the bond shall be Included
.
as a part of the bidder's bate bid pro-,
( posa!. Should the successful bidder fail,
to enter Into a) contract as herein pro-,

{tJ I HALF $1- i vlded as Bidders liquidated the qualifications bid damages.bond shall must be be forfeit satisfactory **.

-2
2 2 9/ GALLON HExtriTMVitaeSitnp- Se a o a e S ta 4 t Board malltles to reserves the Board the right of to Trustees.waive Inter The '
In
HEADS CTNS WITH THIS CoUP H-Ate PURCHASE OF any bid. and to reJect any
IIii want THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE of or all bids. that In Its ludgment will"
... not be for the best Interest of the county -.
ON[Twos PACK CRACKIN' GOOD of Alachua.

c.ap .4' tAALL FLAVORS .I .s iiiii.srriii.w I ear O a o I S Any date'*Mer.bids.above,. received specified after shall the not time be con and'

GOOD TNRY ArRm lent OOD TNRY Arcot. IDTN
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
dTANY W1N)4-0IXIE) AT ANY WINN DiXIE ALACHUA GENERAL HOSPITAL-
9P 94 J. N. Anderson Jr. Chairman
(MM) 4: IS, 22 _

-_: ).m .. ....1iUPr I EIGHTH H THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT OF OF THE THS! '.

STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
PACER ALACHUA COUNTY, IN CHANCERY..
FROZEN
SLICED STRAW-
MODERN HOMES FINANCE'
GOLDEN SWEETCORN Berries. 5 10-0L S 1. eT YaluStagy 6e Extra YakeSiim COMPANY Plaintiff a Florida corporation -

PKGS. WITH THS COUPON/NO PURCHASE OF WITh THIS COUPON MID PURCHASE CF -vs-
JOHN DAVIS ROBINSON and BEA,.
LIBBY REGULAR OR PINK (FROZEN CONCENTRATE ONE HOWARD JOHNSON rmezm oar[u .a noz o.MR. OODBAR o. TRICE ROBINSON his _He.

6 0l Chocolate Cake ere Bars Defendants.NOTICE OF SUIT
Lemonade 9 991 The State of Florida
.. CANS coeo TNRu HTM GOOD Twit,Arftn.l Brae TO: John Davis Robinson and

MORTON FROZEN Chicken. Beef Turkey Ham, M. Loaf AT ANY W1NN-OIX1E AT ANY WINNDiXIE Route Beatrice 4 Robinson his wife

= 10 EARS 59 92 93 You Gainesville are hereby Florida notified that a suit
1 Dinners 2roR79xMORTON has been filed against you In the above
cause and that you are hereby requir.
ed to file your answer with the Clerk
.
ALL FLAVORSCream of the Circuit Court. and to
serve
.. a copy
SHORTENING 3LB.CAN 83* FAMILY thereof upon the Plaintiff or Plato.
Pie 39ji 51 Extra Te YateeSUsi 51 Extra T Yale S tiff's attorney whose name and ed
Crisco' r 35 SIZE dress Is: Mercury N. Kavoukfts P.O.
.* ; T 1..Lb Can watt THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE t5F Box <162. FernandJna Beach, Florida,
not later than the 12th day of May,
FROZEN HAWAIIANPunch
TWO FKOZCM PATIO Two fd.P. Pice*. MRB. FILBERT* A D ubb.
NO OILY TASTECrisco HL If you faQ to do so decree
pre con-
$1 Enchilada i Dinners Whipped Margarine fesso will be
5 entered against you for the
CA1 1$
Oil .23 relief demanded In the
. Complaint.
: 12-0*. Bot. Oooo THRU Afftii. I.THAT 6000 TMKU AMUL ttTN The nature of the suit being for for.
SAVE 6* EACH THRIFTY MAID AT ANY WINN-DIXIE closure of Mortgage encumbering the'
ANY WINN DIXIE
24-L CRISCO OIL 41* 96 following described property situate fcs'.
12-oL 43 Alachua County Florida to-wtt '
Crisco Oil 6V Catsu 2 SOTS. 251 Commence at the Southwest: comer
aspect p of the North Quarter (Ntt) of Section
ten CIO Township Ten (1f South

LARGE FAB 33< 15-oz. LIQUID AJAX CLEANSER 39* AJAX LAUNDRY Arrandonda Ranee Eighteen Grant.(H) and East run inside East the

Giant Fab BOX 79* Liquid Ajax : 28- *. 69'REG. Detergent Lge. 33 ': thence for(630)a feet distance run to East the of point six for hundred a of distance Beginning: thirty of.: .

TOP two hundred ten (JW) feet Ihenca
KIDS LOVE SIZE AJAX CLEANSER 2/33 BLEAQINew run North for a distance of two hun*.
frl ten (Vi) feet thence run West
100z.69J Giant Ajax 2 49' Action 41 VALUE for a distance of two hundred ten
Soaky For Reg Size (21*) feet; thence run South for aoistanco
M two hundred ten (TOT
FLOOR AND WALL 50-COUNT 29, BLEACH STAMPS feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING
Said parcel of land Is Identified as

i Cleaner 29.? Baggies 43' Action 79 being tend the conveyed same and to John Identical Davis parcelof Roov
1
Ajax 16-0%. .. Small25-Ct. Giant Size Inson and Beatrice Robinson, his WIfe
Mortgagor herein from Mizelle Henry
by Warranty Deed dated the Oat
\ day of January, 1M3 and recorded lit
err.cI the Public Records of Alachua County .
Florida In Deed Book 214 pags
144-7 and Is further Identified as l*%.
Ing the same and identical parcel of.
land en which Modern Homes Ceostructlon -,
For&ood Things To Company It erecting .f has
erected a sheM-type tram dweMng
house for and at the behest of Mortgagor
herein.WltneM .
: ieni my hand and the sees of Mtt
I Court at Alachua County Gainesville. *
Florida. this 3rd day of April A. D.
144 .
e- J. B. CARMICHAEL
; Clerk Circuit Court
BY EMILY WATERHOUSB
(Court Seal
Deputy Cert
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carry'to-the checkout counter.in:30 min- =power steering, power. brakes,.automatic want off' the shelves'of your.favorite grocery your Entry Blank.
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