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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 22, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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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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? g YORK, (AP) Florida opened its .1964-65 World's Fair

exhibit today with its orange-topped tower visible across the wide

John Beckum, sight conservation chairman of the University City Lions Club fair grounds despite a foggy, wet New York April day. NEW YORK (AP) There

presented the Gainesville Public Library with a set of large type encyclopedias yester The pavilion was one of four representing southern states that were some clashes between po=

day. Accepting was Miss Beth Daane, director of the Santa Fe Regional Library. NEW YORK (AP-President) the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) says it will picket. As lice and civil rights demonstrators -

Story on page 5. Johnson turned prophet today at opening time aproached, there were no signs of pickets. today but the World's Fair

the opening of the New York Gov. Farris Bryant is dedicating his state's 3.12 acre layout. opened on schedule.

World's Fair and said that The orange and cream exhibit, with a southern exposure on Flush- There had been threats that

1YE Side School Boston Co. peace not only is possible but ing's York Meadow State's. Lake is' the second largest at the fair behind New the fair opening would be disrupted -

: coming nearer, with all this by civil rights groups.
means for the dreams and hopesof The $3.5 million exhibit features $100,000 worth of Florida land- Violence broke in
mankind.The scape, including palm trees.A out a

Needs Talked Vp Wins CityContract President said that the porpoise pool-with a gallery seating 1,800-is expected to be some Queens demonstrations subway station jumped where to
one of the fair's
big hits. The main
final direction of the nation'sprogress exhibits hall features a the tracks in the city's first
can be toward "abun collection of famous paintings, including works by,Veronese, Rubens, subway lie-in.

By CLIF comfiER now to acquire 10 more school dance or annihilationdevelopment Cezanne, Renoir,and Kokoschka. Twenty five persons, some
Sun Education Writer sites. or desolation"-and this The 100-foot tower dominates the state's exhibit, whose next door with blood streaming from

School board candidates got Harry Evans, Talbot's oppon- is in the hands of the people of neighbor is a copy of Columbus' ship, the Santa Maria.ELLIOTT heads and faces from wounds

ent, hammered on the needs fora First Boston Corporation won the world.In suffered in the fight with police
down to a few specifics last the contract to finance the
city's
vocational technical high an address prepared for de- had been arrested by the time
when be-
night they appeared school he favored build- $6 million bond issue late this the fair opened.
saying livery in Singer Bowl at the
fore of the Howard
'meeting
a
with bid of
ing a vocational school and morning a 3.19540 fair, Johnson said this vast festival The subway incident started
Bishop Junior High School PTA interest.It .
and then adding a regular high per cent average represents the most when someone pulled an emer-

; to speak on school planning in the lowest of 12 bids promising r
was
.
cord
gency that train'to
school curriculum to it. .W of'our ,hopes."It brought a
Northeast Gainesville. submitted.
Evans said Alachua County gathers together, from 80 a a jarring halt.
Sometimes the five candidates Under it, the city will pay a Some demonstrators aboard
could countries the
i cooperate with neighboring achievements of
ir only one, Lassiter Mason, did. counties, and with the aid of total of $2,421,636 in interest industry, the wealth of nations, the train leaped to the tracks
not -'wandered'into generalities through 1984. while others tried to obstruct
federal grants, build a vocational the creations of man. This fair
but all agreed on one. The city fathers expressed doors of the train.
technical shows what his
high school that us. man-at most
satisfaction with both the
point: a new high school is need- would cost about $1.5 million.He ber of to their num-ad- creative and constructive is Three white women were
ed in the populous northeast section responses among those arrested. They
capable of Johnson
said as far back as 1958 a vertisement for bids, and with said.
chanted "Freedom now"
of town soon. comprehensive had been But unless we can achievethe and
survey the interest rates in the dozen "Just like
William S. (Tiny) Talbot, can- made spelling out the needs in bids .submitted. theme of this fair-Peace SSiI- Birmingham" on ar

e didate for superintendent of vocational areas, but the survey "It,was about .10 per cent less Through Understanding' unless : T riving The at demonstration a police station.had been
schools, and Willard Will a m s, had not implemented.: than I expected," Commissioner we can use our skill and :
planned stall-in-
largely
as a
candidate for reelection a said wisdom to conquer conflict as
as Talbot his first priority, Jim Richardson remarked.He the deliberate
stalling of auto-
school board member, said they if he is elected; will be,to staff noted there were more bids we have conquered science-: r mobiles to block, traffic
leading
are in favor of the board acquir- overcrowded schools with adequate than ever before. ," <. ;*. f then-our hopes of:today-those to the fair.
ing the 16 acres of'land immediately faculties. t. This morning's bid> opening. proud achievements=will go under _

'. "so'nth of Howard', (See SCHOOL.on Page 2) (See CITY on Page 2)) the devastation of to- _' :' Y. (See RACIAL on Page 2) : :.

Bishop School as a site for a morrow. _' I -- ,

new Talbot high said school., in additon, the Road Paving Fight nearer.possible'"I prophesy" I predict peace it is is not coming only Once Faced

school board should not only
Johnson said that, if he is ,
hang on to the Wall site it already Death Now
(See FAIR on Page 2) ,
owns in northwest
May Soon Be WonBy
Gainesville, but it should move

Laos Junta On ProbationA t

HAROLD RUMMELSun neer Roy Miller ask the S t a te
Andrews'Suit
t Staff Writer Road Board if the state would 38-year-old. Negro com-
The years long fight to get leave the one-fourth mile stretch Pledges NewGovernment' ROOSEVELT ASKS FOR VOTES HERE pleted a year long journey

HitsCOllrtAgain paving on the Waldo Louise that isn't wide enough to meet from death to freedom yester-

and the Stallings Monteocha state requirements out of its day.Only
roads may finally be nearing an paving plan: Roosevelt Cites a year ago, Earl
Williams was charged with the
end.But The county then would build first degree slaying of Johnny
VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) -
no one is sure yet howit the one fourth mile from its
Green after He faced
a fight.
Edwin H. Andrew's suit will be won. The Laotian revolutionary committee
Dr. funds. His
declared today it is de- 'Connections'By possible death in the electric
challenging the recent city election The County Commissioners A ruling should come April 28. termined to form a new chair.
govern-
grew hotter yesterday as debated the issue again yester- If the request is turned downor ment as diplomats worked feverishly Then last fall he got some relief -
lawyers carried the battle to not acted on then condemnation JIM McGUIRK when a reducedthe
day.All to undo results of the construction in space industrieshas grand jury
the First District Court of Appeals the signs except one- proceedings will be pressedinto right-wing coup. Son Staff Writer occurred in Florida, and first degree murder chargeto

in Tallahassee. say go. The one stop sign to action almost immediately Diplomats representing the The second son of FranklinD. said that California's school sys- second degree. His second degree
Richard J. Wilson, attorneyfor construction is a single property Commissioners indicated.In tem had charge pended until Feb.
.
whohasrefused to do- United States, Britain, France Roosevelt last night arguedfor brought it over 50 percent
.
owner
County Supervisor of Regis- their meeting yesterday, of the 25 in Circuit Court. ..
Australia and India flew to the' election as Florida Democratic nation's space con-
tration Mrs. Alma Bethea, ask- nate rightofway for wideningand the commissioners queried En- royal capital of Luang Prabangto Committeeman becausehis struction starts. On that day it was reduced to
ed an immediate review of an paving. gineer Miller at length on the manslaughter and Williams
meet with King Savang Va- Washington connections He said building school -
unnamedby
adverse ruling by Circuit Judge The property owner, economic systems
justification of either pleaded guilty.A .
the commission about thana a nd neutralist Premier could get a higher slice of the requires federal monies
owns
George L. Patten who is in
,
condemning the land or havingthe pre-sentence investigationwas
charge of the entire case. one-fourth mile of frontage. The, county for constructionof Prince Souvanna Phouma.Col. federal budget for this state. but that Florida has not taken ordered.It .
has all the other 14 milesof pay Ekam Singvongsa, a 100 its "rightful place" in the
county Speaking to some persons national .
To date, Andrews has filed the one-fourth mile. spokesman for the rebel junta all ended yesterday. With
,
needed for the councils.
right -of-way from the steps of the Alachua
a complaint which challenges Miller said it costs the coun- declared: "We are going to "The the investigation c o mpleted,
road. need for Florida
\\.. the validity of the election he ty about $300 a month to keep make an appeal to all County Courthouse, Elliott is to Williams once more stood I before ,-,
It's the fourth mile that'sblocked compatriots make Florida
one the Roosevelt said that if elected he sure gets Its fair
present graded road the bench of justice.He .
lost.Then the $330,000 project for able. pass- including the (pro-Com- would bring meaning to a post share," he said, adding that the
freed
was on a five-year-
Mrs. Bethea entered munist) Pathet Lao to join
a
about two and thecounty's
,
,
state's '
years now which in Florida "has been and
congressmen
The sena-
+ the suit with a series of an- determined to needed right -of-way was workable government." term of probation yesterday in-.: .
get worth only about $50, he said, largely an honorary one." (See RALLY Circuit Court.In .
swers which in effect argue around it. The Pathet Lao, one of Laos'three on Page 2))
that Andrews absolutely had no iThe commissioners mightget and it would cost the county be- main political factions, al- "It's different in other other Circuit Court action

legal basis for his claims and around the property physically tween $3,000 and $3,500 to build ready has charged that Sun- states," he said. Woman Hurt yesterday, two men were sen-

that the suit should not be allowed or they might do it leg- the one fourth mile if it was day's coup was an imperialistplot He cited California, Texas tenced to prison terms by Judge
to go to trial. allowed by the SRD to take that that threatened renewal of Illinois and New York as states' John A. H. Murphree.John .

Next Judge Patten ruled ally.There was some voiced'opin. course. the Laotian civil war. whose active committeemenhave In Home FireMrs. Simpson, 38, got four

against Mrs. Bethea, and ordered ion yesterday that they mightbe Commissioner Sidney Martin Ekam indicated the revolutionary meant "an extra pair of and one-half years forging a

trial. Now, before trial of ready to make an exceptionto pointed out that. either course committee as the coup legs, an extra voice, an extra Ruby Mae Johnson, 34, check to a Gainesville jewelry
t would cost the county less thanit brain in pushing the interestsof was reported in .satisfactory store. He was adjudged guiltyon
itself
the issues begins, Mrs. Bethea their no pay policy for secondary group calls was preparedto
Iti has appealed Judge Patten'sdecision road right of-way. presently pays in a year to continue its efforts to forma the state in the national capi-, condition at Alachua General March 31. He asked for a
keep the 14 mile road
and will get a reviewof Another solution will be studied long new government despite the tal." Hospital after suffering burns (See COURT on Page 2))
it before the trial is carried first. The Commissioners graded possibility that U.s. aid to Laos As an example, he noted that in the fire that this morning de-

any further. approved having County Engi- (See ROAD _on Page 5)) might be cut off. less than 10 per cent of the new stroyed her residence at 4139
NW 6th St.Gainesville.
LOTS OF LOTS
police said that

Mrs. Johnson suffered second SOLD THRU


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Nathaniel, 15, and daughter, De- Dwight Snipes canceled
his ad and remarked "I 1 really
lories, 11, minor injuries.
LAKE PLACID (APStateSen. the Negro when he returned in south central Florida Tuesday ties and other improvised material Davis waited in a. bedroom. Police the home had"more calls than I
reported hod
needed. Mr. Snipes .
Hayward <.... to the home with Mrs. afternoon when the Negro Davis was forced into a with his gun. was a total loss. The cause of scheduled his ad -ta run 12 .
H. Davis killed r" Davis,to her driver's license knocked and asked to her closet.
pick -
t up see As his wife and her captor the fire was not immediately days, but after receiving on
an unidentified Barringer said. husband. He said he had car The gunman ordered Mrs. the average of ten cans per
armed Negro :.t t \ Barringer said the family was trouble and needed help. He left Davis to accompany him in the walked down a hallway past the determined. day canceled after the 4th day
bedroom, Davis fired one barrel and sold his lot to the 4th. ,
,
with two shotr s, "quite shaken up"' by the ordeal when Mrs. Davis told him her Davis auto.Meanwhile. It struck the'intruder in the caller. Anything that can be .
gun blasts It 1 but none of them was injured. husband was away and she Davis worked free chest. sold can be sold through the
Tuesday night The deputy said the man threat- could not help him. and armed himself with hisdoublebarreled classified want ads. Dial
Barringer said reflex action WHERETO 372-8+1 J and let w sell your
t<
after the man ened to kill Davis,his wife, their shotgun sellable! -
had terrorized. sOn, 2% years, and their 15- She took the children shoppingand "I knew somehow or other caused the Negro's finger to
family for 5 returned home. They got tighten on the trigger of his pistoL FIND IT
the month-old daughter they would return, be said. .Qne-M1t acre landxaped lot with
hours the 1 into swim suits and went to a It fired twice. One bullet septic system, eeee weN. new
four The slain man was driving an Shortly thereafter the Daviscar pump. 1 "'.. to CWy and
: Highlands ConnDavis automobile with Georgia license nearby lake. When they returned pulled into the drive and struck the ceiling the other" an Comics .'. . 23 .'-1/4 mi. to University. ors price

I ty SheriffXoffice reported, tags and an attempt was made to the house' they found the Mrs. Davis and her captor ironing board. Classified . 25-27 J7JOO.. Abstract furnished. 37ttns. >.

[I Deputy Bob Barringer said to establish his identity throughthe man awrujing them. emerged. Davis fired again and hit the Entertainment t.. ... 25 5- 5

the intruder ,had abducted' registration. The assailant held them cap- They walked toward the man iq.the leg. Obituaries .. .... 2 Economical Sun Want-Ads
t Davis wife, Carol, in the family |As investigators reconstructedthe tive at gunpoint,until Davis ar- house. The man had his 'left Davis a Democrat of the Opinion Page _. _. 4 work hard at such low costs.* ,
0
Place family want-ad '
leaviar Davis bound and rived. He, too, was taken your orfthe ,
auto, : cap- arm around Mrs. Davis' 49th senatorial district is
case neck
serv-
*" --- .Sports ._:. .tSi7 6 to 12 day low rote planf :;. 4
gagged in ,A closet. ;Mrs. Davis and her children tive.Mrs. and held a pistol ia his right iag his first term.. He was born Wome".J.12:13: Call us today 3728441. t:_

', .lavi3jo free, armed- were alone ,in their home, 30miles Davis waS forced to bind hand in front of him as he Waited in Clewiston and is married;to .. Proof of Results ".
L5w himself with a shotgun and west of Lake Okeechobee and_gag her husband with, neck-: cautiously?toward the lase.f the former Carol Ann Ruttiager.t : :

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2 r Gainesville Sun Wednesday, April 22, 1964 .

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: IIMII A school 21 classrooms I need the of trial but de-
was
: : C \s.si& having help personnelwith new yesterday
right, people will see JA the V BONES **\X 'should have 25 teachers, he said,ji' contacts."I Shoes 4.95 to 10.95

next World's Fair an Americaas B CThursday tv_ Fair through \ ....... including a principal, librarian,I nied.The Boy's Shoes 2.95 to 6.95
different from today as-we Lo'lt tonight..1he_ ; )"\ music teacher, and reading am in a business where II other man sentenced was'

are different from 1939, when 60s. High Thursday, 84 to 88. .-- ,,*o IU Ir ,specialist. ]must maintain a Washingtonoffice Willie James Cummings, a 17-'II.i Men's Sport Shirts and Ban-Lon Shirts

: New York staged its.last,fair;A"r: Southeast.'and southwinds 8 & F Talbot, said there also should I( "as well as a Miami year-old Negro. 1. 2.95 to 3.95

o He said they will America to. :,18 miles,an hour. ;- : be more uniformity in curriculum office: he said."I.spent .
see : '. '- Partly"cloudy* and warm thisafternoon ....;r ......1._ in the county so pupils After pleading guilty to break-!
in which no man must be ,*tonight and Thursday'Sc.t- r t a great many years: Ladies and men's hosiery in all the latest.
= from to -
poor, no man is handicapped by tered Thursday showers. 7a Low t'tonight?M. *.64*to*TO.high. M: ,;: transferring and elementary to j in contact with Washington because -: tag and entering, Judge Murphree colors and shades at low prices.
junior high junior high
the! color of his skin, no man .E.F G Fair through.:Thursday. I of a relative my father. sentenced him to serve
Low tonight In the 60s. High Thursday high'schools will have com- : from six months to three First cUss shoe repair dying and polishing
be discriminated
wilt against IS to tO. Mostly southeast winds I 1'nrough him I learned politicsat
because of his religion or ,an- t to 11 miles an hour .. pleted similar programs. years.ta Apalachee a prison for. 735-N.W. 5 Avenue Phone 2-9354
Mt Mostly fair through Thursday Jasper Joiner, 'candidate for' a very young age, Roosevelt I
first offenders.
cestry.! exceptchance of an afternoon >0. said.
shower expeclalty on Thursday. Low the school board seat being va- -

H e said they will,, see an to tonight!o. East In the and Ms.southeast High Thursday winds. II *toII' S eMU. cated by Lester Hodge, said the .He' added that he Is on friendly
America solving the problems!! mfies antraur. location of a new school should ]
J K Partly cloudy through Thurs speaking terms with the pow-
"of city crowding, inadequate day tonight with or some Thursday.showers Low most tonight likely 70 ....- be based strictly on studies of I erful Democrats in Washington.He .
education, declining national re:; to 71. High Thursday lower 80s. East GAINESVILLE WEATHER I projected population growth.He .
and southeast winds 18 to 20 miles anhour. said he will put a school also asked
I sources, and decreasing national Municipal Airport readings for a Democratic -
beauty. ALMANAC for 24 hours to 8.a.m today: "anywhere" so long as the'' vote for Lyndon Johnson, so

Sunset today 7:00 pjn. 'High 86 at 3' p.m., low 60 at population studies indicated :Florida could later go to him
"All of these dreams, these Sunrise tomorrow 5:54 a.m. 6 a.m.No Tain.TEMPERATURES. that's where it ought to go. with the argument, "We helped
hopes, these expectations, depend Moonset Full Moon tomorrow. 3:54 April a.m.5* ELSEHWERE Joiner said he favored technical I elect you and we want our'pro
upon a world free from Swift streaks appearing momentarily High\ Low Preclp. education, but it was ex- ,
In the sky tonight will be meteors Jacksonville M 12 per recognition for this state."
'I the' threat of war," the Presi-! of the Lyrld shower. Appearing to raMiami 77 75 pensive. He said he believes'
dc/.t said. "If we can achieve diate from the general direction of Tampa .81 70 the best to school Roosevelt who is radio and .
,i the star Vega they return every Atlanta 10 60 way stop drop- a ty
; tlfisi; then I am sure that speakers year. at this time. New Boston Orleans. n 44 41 3* .0* outs is to teach pupils to readin :television: executive, has livedin (;1 r;
*t the next World's Fair will MARINE: FORECAST New York 44 41 .15 elementary school. Miami Beach for the 'past .
sy
i r look back with amusement at EAST 15 knots GULF through: Mostly Thursday.south winds Fair.Ito WashingtonChicago 49 73 45 4 .1! Williams said he favored adding 'year and a half. / V"\A =:>
j how underestimated Kansas City n 44 vocational at'
greatly
we Denver '45 34 programs After his I I
the, capacity and genius of CEDAR KEY TIDES Ft. Worth 73 44 .61 the junior high school level. But, speech Roosevelt reminded
Thursday High at 12.0 p.m. Low Los Angeles 61' Sat / I the audience to remem-
man, S:" ajn. and <:2i pjn. Seattle SO 35 .11 he said, right now there is a
her that candidates for Florida
"crying need" for more class- f
Johnson emphasized this point Five-Day Forecast rooms in Carol Estates area. 'National Committeeman are
by looking backward himself to ., He said he intends to ask the I only on the second primary

the WSS fair. He said a daring The five day forecast for ranges from 60 in the extreme school board start 'a survey in''slate on May 26, not,on May 6.

exhibition then proclaimed that Florida calls for temperaturesto north to around 70 in the Keys. northeast Gainesville to deter He also noted that the post he

in the 1960s, it would be possibleto range two to four degrees Normal highs run in the low mine the needs for more hcools. is seeking was once held by
cross the country in less than eighties. The forecast calls for Zimmerman, Williams' opponent Williams Jennings Bryan, a
24 ,hours, flying as high as above normal for the period little or no rain during. the concentrated his talk three-time Democratic nominee 2 y :

10,000 feet, and that an as- ending Monday. The normal low period.QMittuartc. on vocational education, sayingthe for president about the turn of II, I

tounding 38 million cars would school board should develop the century. I,

cross the highways. both> pupil and adult programsin )j 1- s 1< j ::

These 4 were bold prophesies trades.He Gainesville Sun I t yivi
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school
the President said, but reality said library books
if far :" outstripped the vision. should be provided by the school Published evenings except I )f,
J board, not the PTA's and that Saturday, and Sunday'' mornings -
Twenty-five years ago, he said H. MILLS WYLIE 3 p.m. tomorrow in Union Bap- teacher ratios, based on a prev- by the Gainesville Pub-
there was no mention of outer j tist with Rev. George J. Stevens lishing Company at 101 SE ;
MICANOPY Funeral ious, year's enrollment figuresare 2nd Place. Gainesville..
space, atomic power, or disease servIce Florida,
of Jonesville Baptist
pastor
: wonder for H. Mills Wylie, who ; therefore always behind the and entered as second class
destroying drugs. Church; Rev. 0. E.- Boals, matter at the Post '
died Monday in Jacksonville needs. Office at V/a/t WayneSTAPREc. : ins NEVER NEEDS IRONING :
Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .
An impressive opening day were held yesterday at the :pastor> of Shady Grove Baptist He said if he is elected he
program, from the 9:15: a.m. Shiloh Methodist Church. Bur- Church; and Rev. Hugh Walters will advise the local legislative I RATES BY
flagjaising at the Court of the al in Shiloh I pastor of Trenton First delegation to seek a change in I CARRIER OR'MAIL
was Cemetery. ] Church
Universe to a Fountain of Plan- of Board- Baptist officiating. the state statute which deter- 1 Week .45 GUARANTEE
Wylie was a native
ets :Show 12 hours later was man, near McIntosh, but livedin Burial will be in Union Bap .mines justification for additional 3 Mos. $5.85 LEWS STA-PREST SPORTSWEAR
1ed. teachers. All will give the best wash-and-
list
plaI Jacksonville the last 10 j Cemetery with JonesJohnson man subscriptions must yon
fa charge.Pallbearers be paid in advance. wear performanci you liavi tvir
President Johnson's midday
years. enjoyed or your money luck
appearance was the highsppt, He was a member of the will be Newbern More About Member of Audit Bureau of
but there also were to be brief Circulation. Colors AvailableTan 112 W. University Gainesville
Church of Christ. :Summerlin '
Tommy Carlisle, light Olive, Burnt" Olive,
speeches by former President Survivors include his mother earl Langford, Tommy Davis, All production material contained herein Is Black.Siies. 20 Broadway Ocala 1
Harry S. Truman, Gov. NelsonA. Griffin two r. Irs. Maggie Wylie; Green and E. V. Hodge. CityFrom property of the Gainesville
Rockefeller, Mayor RobertF. W. Leitner ]Deacons of Union Publishing Company (o 19"Re.
sisters, .Mrs.George Baptist wile strictly forbidden without the written
Wagner, and India's Mrs. In- and Mrs. Dillie M. Leitner all ]) honorary. bearers. permission of the publisher. 1

dira:Gandhl. of Shiloh Community. Survivors include two 1 -
daughters Page
Al, o! special on 'opening day r
Pallbearers were J. Elbert I Mrs., Imogene Hodge and .

are Ferde the premiere Grofe's "World's performanceof Fair Zetrouer, Lawrence Leitner, G. :Mrs. Evelyn Carlisle, both of was a major step toward implementing -i DAYS ONLY 1

Suite," by a full symphony or Marion Harris, Tom V. Harris Newberry; nine sons, Eddie, the city's capital r 3
and Paul Grant. Austin, Frazier Wilson
and
Harvey Yawn La- Improvement program
chestra; presentation.. of first approved
I.. mar, all of Newberry, Thomas by the voters Feb. 11.
ya
folders of the World's'Fair commemorative :?! N.fM.,44'k;:
'HARRY SULLIVAN ;
stamp by Postmaster -' 0. Jr., Robert Carlton, all May 18 has been set as' a I z; 23 24 25
of Gainesville APRIL
General John A. Gronouski; ATLANTA Funeral serv and Ruby, tren- tentative date for the City Commissioners -i } k ,
ton ,
sister t
a
; Mrs. Florence
two:band concerts and a l ces were held yesterday to visit New York I ::
fOf'' 1fiV 1t a tia- U&arler, .Gainesville, 30 grandchildren -: "the" *ii.!" .' .
rade including Miss America, : HarrrS 'arid dose d aI.'Th y get 'r.,:
Mis ,Universe and Miss USA"as tive of Waldo* ::,and :24 great grand a check for the $6 million on ,A7* ."

well:as antique cars, an Alaskan He is survived by two brothers children. that day and be ready to start

,.dog team, a stagecoach, J. H. of Brooker, and PAUL FURR JR. the program. .
folk..:dancers and innumerable Logan.of. Toledo, Ohio. Items to be financed with the'I
bands. ::'. He was. a member of the BARTOWFuneral services money include sewers, streets,
The fair is that sprawling collection '' Baptist Church. for Paul F.: 'Furr Jr., 50, of a city hall and other municipal
of ultra-modem architecture Frostproof, who died here un- Improvements. II
THOMAS SMITH I
,. art and industry national expectedly Monday, were sched- Financing runs through 1984. '
i and Estate pride, "Futurama" i NEWBERRY Thomas uled at 3 p.m. today at Whidden Under First Boston's low bid, I

Guy:Lombardo, dinosaurs and Owen Smith, 86, died early this Funeral Home in Bartow. the city will pay 2.75 per cent
Disney characters, rides and morning at his home after an Burial services for Furr, a interest on bonds expiring be-

shows known as the New York extended illness. graduate of the University of tween 1966 and 1969, three per ,
WorH's Fair of 196465. He was a retired farmer anda Florida, will be at the Presby cent on bonds expiring between I

i It ''opens with flag-raising, life-long resident of the New- terian Church in Fairfield tomorrow 1970 and 1977, 3.2 per cent be-

bands and speech-making. Be- berry area. He was a memberof at 3 p.m. tween 1978 and 1982 and 3.25
fore this opening day is over it the Union Baptist Church. I Furr received his BA in edu- per cent on those that mature

may have been inspected in Funeral services will be at cation at the UF in 1939 and in 1983 and 1984. .
part--they say it would take a his MAEd in 1947. He taught If Gainesville's financial resources I

week: or more to see it all-by I in the Citra school system be. permit it, the bonds can >;
a quarter to a half million peo- More AboutRacial 'fore moving to Bartow wherehe be redeemed prior to their maturity )
pie. served the Polk County date any time after 1975
Theattendance estimates school system for the past 17 at a reduced interest rate. '

,'ary-,4 because of the plan by years. Other bids opened this morning -
civil:*rights demonstrators to Survivors include his widow, and the total interest asked

stall::cars on highways leadingto Mrs. Betty Furr; two sisters, by each:

tire fair, form non-paying; From Page 1 Mrs. Clifford B. Searles, -Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fen- 's REDUCED
queues at ticket windows, amuse Gainesville and Mrs. John H. ner and Smith Inc. and Associates
various other devices to Police spotted a number of,Link, Ocala; and three brothers, $2,436,889.Leedy -
keep people out of the fair. stalled cars and towed them I Clayton, Ocala, George HM Sa- Wheeler and Alle-

The: official ceremonies center away, but truffic appeared rasota, and William D.. Dade man and John Niven and Com-

around the huge, hollow-ribbed lighter than usual. Many motor-II City. pany and Associates, $2,441-
299
globe; called'' the Unisphere, the ists who ordinarily pass the I FARNELL PRIEST $
theme structure of the fair. fairgrounds area in commutingfrom i 157.B.. J. Van Ingen and Com- -I
Long Island to New York WILLISTON reg.
Farnell Priest, pany Inc. and Associates, $2-
City apparently took other,41. of Williston, died yesterday 444314. ,
ills BandSuperior routes. in a Lakeland hospital from. in- -Northern Trust Companyand :

Richard Whalen, an Asso I juries he received in an accident Associates, $2,446,110. I' noVi pF5.

ciated Press newsman flying in I near Plant City three. -Halsey Stuart Company and

a helicopter, said policemen weeks ago. Associates, $2,448,415.Continental Ii standards! Your
PENNEY'S FABRIC CASUALS is built to rigid Penney
Illinois National OF
in along the i He was a native of Morriston EVERY PAIR
were posted pairs
The Lincoln High School band fair approaches and that numerous -and had spent most of his life, Bank and Trust Company of assurance that perfect fit, greater comfort and longer wear are part of every pair and

received concert, sight superior reading ratings and in tow cars were parked i in this area. He was a memberof 543-Chicago. and Associates, $2,453I I at no extra cost, too! EVERY PAIR IS SANITIZED TREATED to give you clean, hygienicfreshness
the American Legion. i
beside the
marching in the Northern State highways. i Survivors include his widow -smith, Barney and Co., Inc., I 'n better wear!

Band. Festival in Jacksonvillelast James Farmer, national director Iris; mother, Mrs. Lola Priest, and Assoc., 2459346.
weekend. of the Congress of Racial White, Weld 'and Company.
Morriston Richard in
a son,
,
Superior ratings for solos Equality who said he would lead and Solomon Brothers' and '
the armed services and bro I' jzfr& S.
a
;
'to Larry Simmons and Hutzler and Associates
went, the peaceful ,demonstrations In: $2,476-
ther. Jake, of Plant City. .1
David Hall for drums. Betty side the fair, said they were In-, 647.Kidder
Barton won an excellent rating tended_ to. spotlight the issues' Funeral services will be Peabody and Company
for baton twirling' and Johnny between the "glitter and the, tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. at the and Associates, $2,482,555.

Dennard was rated superior:'on fantasy of"the World's Fair and Morriston Baptist Church. -chase Manhattan Bank and I
the trombone the real world of discrimlna..1tion Burial will be in Fellowship Associates 2490790. /
Jerry C. Miller is band dI- Cemetery under the direction,of -Lehman Brothers and Associates -
,
rector. .. I Knauff Funeral Home. $2,497,676.
I
--. .-.....-.--. : Farmer-1 ,'demonstrators. in Air cooled cotton army duck upAir cooled cotton army duck up- Tapered toe last gives slim

.: : a-march from a mid-Manhattan pers with matching rubber toe pers, with rubber cap-toe feature look to cotton army duck

FurmanG. .ts: V_' church to" Pennsylvania :Station c**|*. Blue' block 'n red. Sizes B for longer wear! Buff color crepe uppers! Buff color crepe design -
---- .wh 'e.thej: :l>oarded.a'-Long Island O '/ to 3, D >t->. design rubber outsole! A 8'A to rubber outsole. AA and

PollutionThomas Railroad: :'train lor the 2. pairs $S 3C4to3. B4to11.

fairgrounds ta; :picket :certain 2 pairs- $5 2 pairs $5
Furman, associate state, and commercial exhibits. "
of civil engineefSg ai
professor '
Farme'rcard
cattle t.
the University of Florida,::11 a s a ;prod

been.named a director _ol 'a' battery-powered pole that.proochrces.anelectricshockben,,

tion.Water- Pollution Caltrt7LFgd- .f -. :,pressed SgalnsTliaUIe'or'peopIe.He .'": USE ,YOUR PENNEY

In'1961 Funnai 'eC lved' the '"also carried .placard, that: I--1-

Arthur Sidney BedeEliwa- raXor said: "' isis',*xatte. prod usedbTIu i: CHARGE CARD

his Floriua wafer Pollution pollution Con1l:01/.SSnh-work: by the He said CORE police.t'i members had %ct Comfy round toe design for air OR OPEN AAir

The ,)ater Pollution: Contrp come from Missouri, Mississip- cooled cotton enameling duck cooled cotton army duck uppers. PENNEY CHARGE
Federation: is an international! pU'.CbuIsfaa;:: : :Florida and other upper with molded rubber outCorrect balance arch Buff color

organization that, is non-profit states. j 4B d sole. White black. Sizes D 10 crepe design rubber outsole. A ACCOUNT TODAYI

and pan- govern natandd1s- :..,! ...'pfir'sonaflyl:am-goingTo, r nt- 2. 8' to3C4 to 3.

tributes technical informationon demonstrate gatnSt'1he-wu1s -J 2 pairs $5 2 pairs $5

water pollution-control.- ana anapaYilioD.l'Mmer..sad.: .-



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Wednesday, April 22,1954 _. Gainesville Sun 3_

County Commission Rivals Discuss Views : .il(merits than favoritism based on--need-. rather J. policies.should.. be.developed by" The IdealRememberance. .,

((4) Creation of harmonious relationship -democratic process. Yet even
II ." 'between- urban and these should embody the flexibility -t ,

The} Gainesville League of County Zoning Regulations, county, both urban" and ruraL 'tablishment of ground rules and ently exists between these agencies rural areas in Alachua County. necessary in administration i For. .
; Women Voters, 'a non-partisan were begun in June, 1962. The After careful planning by this 'guide lines for continuing the will be ,essential. Thompson: We would all like to accommodate the high ShutInsCREVASSE 1
organization, submitted ques area affected is,limited to Ala body, their suggestions shouldbe considerable progress of Ala- I 'also anticipate that the to see our county government growth rate we now enjoy and
tions prepared by'its Voters chua County's six zoning districts made the basis for positive chua County.QUESTION Board will be confronted with operate with reasonable objec- still Include provision for any FLORIST
Service Committee to all candidates : Gainesville Zoning District -action in the field ,of county I many' matters involving the tives in all areas of its adminis- future expansion we may not 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd.
t who face opposition in which surrounds the cor- zoning and planning. : question of human rights and tration if possible. readily envision in any parti- Phone FR 6-2514
i; the coming county election. porate limits of the city of Thompson: Thank you (The What do you consider to be relationships. These will be Indeed,' our objectives and cular area at this time.
Gainesville; High Springs Zoning League of Women Voters) and the major policy problems facing -problems that will have to be F .
4 OFFICE: District, including the Gen- your president, Mrs. William M. Alachua County Commis- faced and solved in an honest,
County Commission,. District eral Electric, Battery Plant; Shenkel for your good letter in- sion in .the next four years? I straightforward and conscientious -!
One, for a four-year term at anannual Melrose Zoning District; the viting candidate comment on ANSWERS: I manner, rather than swept I
salary of $4,200. Micanopy Zoning District and ,the proposed, zoning plan and Brandon: I believe that the under a carpet and ignored. I TONIGHTSee
THE CANDIDATES: the Trailer Zoning District, regulations now in process of most am not afraid to meet sensitive
significant policy matters
I Incumbent Claude Brandon, both of which were formed within development for Alachua County -which will confront the County issues head-on, and I assure "
the last year. by Mr. DeWitt McGee, whose you that I will do so, and thatI
: 62..Alachua; James S. Wershow, Commission during the next ,. .. .
52, Alachua; and .Arthur W. Since 1962, a Population and consultant services were engaged four years will relate to the will solve these problems fair. ; --
Thompson,' 45, High Springs. Economic Study, a'Land Use some time ago for this County's growing pains. With ly and honestly in the very best li; = and Hear
i Survey and Analysis, and a purpose. interest of the county.
QUESTION: our present population increasing
Major Road Plan have been The study now being'conduc- Wershow: Among the major '
Steps to establish zoning reg- at the rate of about Florida Leading Candidate
and to be evaluated lateris .
submitted. Based upon these ted policy problems confronting the -
6 cent increased
ulations "in accordance with a per per year, ;
it is
studies as well as "present development very desirable, since a emphasis must be Alachua County Commissionare : 5 '
comprehensive plan" to replacethe placed on
trends logical approach toward the es- 11f' for Governor ,.
outmoded 1947 Alachua anticipated positive plans to meet the long the following: I
development needs, and the range needs of these thousandsof (1)) Sensible, county wide
development, potential for eachof CAP Drill j t .
new citizens. This will re planning based on careful study "
the Zoning Districts," a Land 'quire ,a unified effort on the rather than economic or political .
Use Plan was prepared to be Team SoughtYoungsters part of every single unit of local expediency. '1:' :'!: !i 8 .. 30 P M
used guide in future '
as a making government, and a continuationof (2) Adequate value for the > t, ,
and 17
zoning decisions. between 13 the fine spirit of mutual re- tax dollar. t'r. I' : I
If elected, will your decisions who are interested in forminga spect and cooperation that .: \. ,
drill pres- (3)) Public roads and improve- "' ""' ;: : ...
Air Patrol cadet
t regarding zoning changes when Civil ");
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requested be guided by the new team are asked to meet tomor- SIDNEY t CHANNEL
7 Land Use Plan and Zoning Reg- row night at Buchholz Junior MARTIN kx:A.> 1 y

ulations? Please explain your High School at 7 p.m. S yx .,
position. CAP Commander Kirby Smith ISTHEMAN WJXTTVHAYDON
ANSWERS said if there are 22 girls inter- TO SEE FORRepresenting
: ested, an all-girl drill team will y
Brandon: Most persons are with male <
be formed to compete
already aware that the present drill teams. PAUL REVERE ..
Commission was responsible for The'precision drill team will LIFE INSURANCE CO. > BURNS
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securing the services of a professionally be trained to compete for an Non Cancellable Hospital "
; trained consultant to appearance, at the U. S. Air Health and Accident I I
prepare a comprehensive land Force Academy' at Colorado Mental Illness Not
use plan and revised zoning reg- Springs. Excluded Pd. Adv.
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BRANDON and obvious need existedto Social Security
dove-tail and coordinate the
zoning ordinances and planning Tax Deadline
activities' of' the. county with
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.- .yr those of the cities, and I am Social security tax returns for
proud to have participated in the first quarter are due April
4aY < taking the action that will meet 30, District Manager John W. e u F is
+ this net. Spann Jr. said today.He I
OnceKthese documents have noted that pulpwood producers
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been submitted to the public for are included in the, list x s w i
4 examination and review, and of employers who must file social
have been adopted by the I, security returns for s
Board, I quite naturally intendto workers.
st a be,.closely guided by their Spann said specal efforts .
provisions. Of course, none of have been made by the Social] -
us must think of any land use Administration and In- e- _
Security _Ie 1
.. T' .
plan as being an inflexible man- ternal Revenue Service to notify GILT EDGE STAMPS sew. N .
HAVE TURNID TO GOLD ... '
date for development. It is buta pulpwood producers that the tax : Your Gilt Edge Stamps are still ,good Turn
tool, and it must constantlybe returns must be filed. I them ,in fo more valuable Gold Bond Stamps. _
t subjected to professional re- The quarter ended March 31 DELL'S GRADE A
evaluation and revision if it is 50 FREE a
J =-5 5WERSHOW to be utilized effectively. GOLD BOND STAMPS FRYERS whole lb. 29c
JUSTISS?
Whose's With this coupon and $8 SNOWDRIFT ,
Wershow I feel the
: county
What's a tact worth of groceries SWIFT or ARMOUR'SBAKING
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needs, the services of '"' SHORTENING
a professional "
planning staff who can PUBLIC DEFENDER? :: Coupon Good at ,; _
Who CARES? Mead.Willilmi 1" HENS LB. CAN
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; examine the present problemsof See orange, blue and'cold handbill 'i ""- -' Thru Saturday 25th ,r ,, ,
I the county in light of future around town & Sun classified sea 6. .tt 4 Ib s. to 6 Ibs. avg. with3
tJ needs of all elements In the Pd. Adv. ,. 1 Food S9t1

I .xs,, ,. OrderS
VOTE FOR .

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TALBOTSUPERINTENDENT : S MEATS c S S S

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INSTRUCTIONAlachua __CHUCK ROAST ... . u'. lb. 4Se wit h 5 Lbs.


EXPERIENCED County CAPABLEOne /ROUND STEAK . .-:.:,. .., : lb. 79c $8.00 Order FoMore or od 49 J

Promise Positive and Aggressive Leadership / GROUND BEEF..o. 3 Ibs. for 1.39 -! 9
Businesslike With A Smile '
SHURFRESH '
'I PULL LEVER 24-A (Pd Ad".) I OLEO . . : 2 lbss for 39c
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I II. PROOF OF THE TRUTHThis II FRANKS COPELAND'12-0%. pkg. .,. . 3 for.00 COp8oRN

LYKES With 1-
is the second of a series i exposing the plan of Ralph Turlington to be. S BACON PALM RIVER . . !b. 4ge $S.00,
come "Mr.. Big" of Alachua County.. Previous Ads Discussed: Orde Fos d 1 Lb

I. ANNEXATION .(HEART OF PLAN) : Or S 9; '.



.After.ramming Annexation down the public throat without -

permitting the people to vote upon it, Representative Tur- BUDGET BUYS! Frozen Foods

lington realized he had shocked the normally quiet and indifferent ..'

public into a violent, protesting and now voting public.He '

realized, therefore, that he would no, longer be able to .. SPINACH; Leaf and 4Sc
contrpl the..affairs of Gainesville and Alachua County unlesshe Chopped . .L for
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took. drastic. 'action-this Ke did. : POTATOES U.S.NO. 1. 10 ,b, 43c BABY LIMAS 2 55cMr.
; :.::: j : . . for
"'T* Realizing that the actions of the existing small minority G.

controlling the City ,Commission of Gainesville had created f LETTUCE . . . each 19c / FRENCH FRIES 9 oz. pkg.2 for 19c

a'' perfect excuse, Representative Turlington and several liberal GREEN 19 WINTER GARDEN
minded political science professors conceived the idea of form- BEANS .. . .-. lb. C Apple, Peach 'I 00 f
3
FRUIT PIES
ing the Civic Action Association. These organizers hit hardat S I Cherry . f or.

the existing state of affairs of Gainesville City Government: ONIONS Yr"rw. . :. 3 ,lb. 25c WINTER GARDEN

for two_ reasons: ((1)) To take. advantage of the aroused anqer FRESH MEAT PIES Beef"key Chicken. 5 for 89c
of the people, and ((2)) To cover up the plans of Reoresentative, CABBAGE GREEK.b., 6c

Turlinaton to use the CAA to gain control of the political affairsof

Alachua County. -"


The organizers next step was to elicit the support of ." ,

many good citfzens who were enrolled in the CAA unsuspecting -

that they were to be used fcr'a purpose other than the .

announced principles.


.In his political shrewdness, Representative Turlington saw t

to it that his name was kept off'the membership roll for the BUDGET BUYS! tt

very obvious reason-he could not afford to be associatedwith F
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"BLOCISM". t
TOMATOES Yacht Club 39c
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The next step of the newly formed CAA was to publicly No, 303' .. for

sponsor a successful candidate for the Gainesville City Com SWEET .

The election of this candidate "Mr. Big" great CORN Monarch 2 '39 ,
mission. gave No. 303 ... . for," C i
encouragement, and he began setting up additional plans to Delmonte 14 os. S

l expand his influence. CATSUP bottle " 2'for 39c 4

(MORE TOMORROW) 39c ,
S : CORNEDDRESSING con :. .

RICHARD J. WILSON Iq Shurfine. 39c
,tall TWO STORES. .: 8 NAY.+ I6th A VE.

oertq1.':. .' Candidate ttf1 for House DOG- FOOD Cob 2 cons 2Sc AND NEWBERRY ROAD 1
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!i (Ji ei tirttsu111 Sun : OF Challenge to Old Taboos*_ \1



THESOUTH '-'

BBISOIPresti.at M* brut $ark 2>tea States Senator from New York But, since the above clause but need only be present In
JOHN E. eA
this And Salinger has specifies that the "
nktUfccri PAT COWLES. Tie Fr il- By ARTHUR KROCK year. "inhabitant"must the state "when elected,
I dent| CD JOHNSON Vte rrtsUntnd WASHINGTON The old- become a strong contenderfor be present in his habI- could legally be chosen by its

\. Florida's Beautiful +;D Eceevttr EAltori W. G.. tail est American political tradition the same nomination in tation "when elected" it voters as a senator of the
EBEKSOLE. Tie rrttldtat a* A4vertUlBf California. would
appear to be prudentfor United States.
is that voters will not
University City'J-, < TU DlrecUn PreUeat BOB&II'TAKTAGUOXE. CicalaIse. tmOtlfr By RALPH Pri Wlujaf McGILL FmhlbktrOf "go outside" their states and These activities have emphasized him to be there on the day The voters in the United

X.er. I tk. AUMU. (Ga.) c.uuWJ to choose their representativesin a fact which the his election is officially certi- Kingdom are used to candi-
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has ob- fied, and not only the in their
Congress; and that he who the ancient' tradition on dayof dates parliamentary
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THE SUN'S POLICY. removes his base of scured that the Constitu- the poll. constituencies who are not
opera-
.' Report the news fully and.'Impartially In the new columns The Babe tions from his home state to tion raises no obstacle to election The late Charles Warren, even "inhabitants" thereof.
the li' : to 'Congress in one stateof in "The Making of the ConsUtution" American political custom
I 2. Express the opinions of Sun Jn-but only ln-- djtori another loses any chance of
I 3. Publish all sides of Important controversial Issues becoming presidentBut a candidate who votes or (Little, Brown & Co., has discouraged any approachto
'. this tradition is under has chiefly resided in another. 1937), related that the debate the British system, includ-

The Suns. telephones All I Departments' --, 372-8441" z t AndTheRabbit serious challenge from the The Constitution merely requires centered on the number of ing that authorized by the
V; Want Ads-376-4672' ; years of United States citizenship Constitution. But these are
", # .. ,support for high office now accruing that "when elected a
that should be requiredfor changing times, more particularly -
: I to three citizens who candidate for Congress must
are in one or the other'of be an "inhabitant of the state eligibility to. election as emphasized by the evi-
Senator, and on the definitionof dence that Nixon's removal of
these categories. Richard M. in which he shall be chosen.
I Nixon changed his base of An "inhabitant," as definedby "residence." his base from California to

J Housing Ordinance Should Be PassedThe Every spring when the base- operations, though not the exercise Webster, and confirmed in THE ULTIMATE decisions New York has not permanently -

ball season comes again, the of his voting franchise, political practice, is "nota were that an "inhabitant" of eliminated him from consideration

housing ordinance now pend- pared,with great care. Its provisionsare reel of memory rewinds to a from California to New York. synonym: for citizen or resI- a state who had been nine for national candidacy -

ing before the Gainesville City COm- fair and reasonable and are basedon day of a young,baseball writ' Adlai E. Stevenson, who was dent," but merely a term of years a citizen of the nation, .

er's humiliation in Nash- governor of Illinois, continuesto distinction, from "a transient\
without '
mission should be passed the best expert knowledge obtain- ville's odorous Sulphur Dell cast his vote in that state lodger or visitor The Supreme ON THE

further delay. Goodness knows there able. Its potential benefits to the Park. The city dump burned and was accredited to Illinois Court of Californiahas RIGHT =

has been enough delay alreadydelay along one side of it, and the in his two successive contests'for certified that Salinger

in getting the ordinance drawn city at large,are unquestioned. Whatis faithful fans were assured of the presidency on the ,duly and constitutionally be-

f and still further delay in putting it questioned by some, apparently, several innings of acrid smoke. democratic ticket. Pierre Sal- came an "inhabitant" when he NationalizedRailroads
Baseball has abandoned inger transferred his voting entered the state Democratic
effect. is the city's right to enforce the
into Nashville in a part of the process franchise from California to contest for the senatorial nom-
standards which an ordinance would of minor league decay
Virginia during his three ination.
From the very first steps that impose on the owner or renter. and the historic old park, years of service as President STEVENSON'S long tour of ?

were taken to upgrade housing con- where baseball had been Kennedy's press secretary.NEVERTHELESS duty as the chief of the Unit-

ditions in Gainesville there has been What they want is either no ordin- played for near three quar- ed States delegation to the
with ters of a century, is now a real an As. United Nations, has unques- By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.board. .
ordinance
certain at all no
opposition-in quar- ance or an '
steady estate development.For sociated him "in-
Press poll of 1606 Republican tionably made an
ters-to taking any "official action" teeth in it=& kind of "moral" 'housing county chairmen and habitant" of New York State. In the next few days, the It is a wonder that any
code with enforcing clause. a young baseball writer 15-day moratorium on a national self respecting citizen would
toward establishing and enforcing no other party leaders disclosedthat Therefore as his very able
on his first job the park railroad strike will,end consent
minimal standards. One can easily Under the same reasoning the city a majority,considers Nixon and witty executive assistant, to serve on such a
was, despite its shabbiness, and President, Johnson will board, whose existence implies
{ conjecture from what quarters the should rely on "moral" -persuasionto a place for the gods. to be the'most likely Re- Clayton Fritchey, phrased it, have to face, as his predecessor the incompetence or ven--
nominated and
Stevenson if
I opposition came. The National Assoc- make all its ordinances effective.No publican nominee for presI- did, the awful prospect of ality of the two preceding
dent in 1964. elected to the' Senate'fromNew
Mayor Wagnerand
THERE CAME a spring doing ,the honest thing whichin boards
and
Estate Boards has the probability of
iation of Real goneon
the New York City,Democratic York, "need just be in
when the Yankees and this case involves taking a the
record as approving the ordinance housing code, however wisely Babe Ruth were scheduledfor ,organization are hope. the, state and breathing" to public stand against organized board same judgment for th I s

approach to improved housing, but conceived, will materially improve an exhibition contest with! fully "exploring" the prospectof meet the requirement of labor., the same, assuming conclusion.it comes to

apparently the landlords haven't. conditions unless it is backed up the Nashville Volunteers. The choosing Stevenson'as the Article 1 (Sec. 2-2)) of the President K e n n e dy failed

Babe had made forget party nominee for United Constitution. that test in the of 1963
with sufficient authority to insure everyone spring WHILE THE BOARDS were

Plenty of surveys have been madeto the enforcement of its provisions.The the Black Sox and their which coming as it did after meeting, the unions and man-
somber deed of throwing Interlandl a pointed Supreme' Court de-
show the uneviable position which grip' of greedy self-interest is BELOW OLYMPUS agement were busy in court.
games. The manufacturershad cision, was pre eminentlythe Not less than three times, federal
Gainesville holds (among cities of too strong to be shaken by appealsto made the ball livelier be- time for courage. His procrastination courts upheld the right of

its size) with respect to dilapidated conscience or a sense of public res- cause the Babe had demon- } made it more management tochangeits

areas and substandard housing ponsibility.The strated that the fans didn't @@ {"G difficult for President Johnsonto work rules in such fashion as

conditions. The problem has been really care so much for the do the right thing several to eliminate unnecessary
strategy of hit and run @ weeks ago when the railroads workers. And then,'finally, the
one of major concern for the, past ordinance should be passed. squeeze plays, and the careful I W-\f\ s 'o 5fffJ- announced a national strike Supreme Court exactly a
:
ten years and an object of study The Commission should not allow the ritual of "the book" that pro- j;., n \' DV>r..'' Jb fl .*** deadline in protest againstthe year ago,, confirmed the find-

and ,recommendation by a number of issue to be fogged by cries of "own duced pItchers' battles and fJI1'r OiJD carriers' impending elimination ings of the lower courts.

public-spirited civic organizations.A er's rights" and by fears of "abuseof scores of 1 to 0 and 2 to 1. LLB:#oD of featherbedding.SOME Time Magazine, commenting -
on the intercession of President
authority. Owner's rights are re They wanted to see the ball r
DAY President of
a Johnson on this last
good housing ordinance seems stricted by considerations of public hit over the fence or, at least 000 the United States has got to around, put its acid finger go-on

to be the answer. It is an answer good, and authority cannot be rattled off the'walls.. The find the courage to take the the nub of the question. "I

that many progressive Florida cities abused when it is clearly ,described pitcher forthwith was deprived side of management when want all of you" Mr. Johnson
of his elm
have already made, and from all re- .and limited-as it, is in the present chew that enabled slippery him to management is clearly in had said to representatives of
the right. On the matter of labor and management "to
'
ports that we have the answer has instance. ,throw a'twisting spitball. \ ---
,' the featherbedding question, recognize that we are in high
been effective.The The slugger was king. And : management has time after focus throughout the world in

An effective and e fwicer.'jle"hous George Herman Ruth, The time been proved legally the manner in which our free

ordinance now pending before ing ordinance is as logical as it Babe was the head man. .. _competent carry out its pro ,enterprise system works.

the City Commission has been pre- is inevitable. Baseball writers vied to invent ---= l lua gram.'The'rallway unions are Please give me this opportunity
-
E 1 names for him. "The Sul the' Caryl Chessman of union to show that our system of

.uv jp : l.-e"e. '. :I k.. T, 'v.IP ,_ tan of Swat" fitted him best. /1 ::: history there never have free enterprise can work."
J "C' There was'someihlng regal : k :.. been so. many stays of execu- Time commented, lOW hat

and majestic about the Babe. tion.President Johnson failed to mention was
.IP NI, Eisenhower appointed that the federal government'sthick
Voice of the People THOSE WERE the days of ir r i 46C a board, and it ruledin thumb on the process of

"the bushes." Any baseball favor of management; collective bargaining can
team outside of the 16 in the bd E t ua it rrles President Kennedy appointeda hardly amount to free enterprise -

two major leagues was bush."Busher" board, and it ruled !in favorof by anyone's standards."
Ou The Sun's "That's the way fans are, kid-cruel, mean, fickle.It management; now Presi-
==== Opinion Page== was an 'epithet. "
That spring, when the Yankees comes with the price of admission! dent Johnson has appointed a I DO NOT suppose' there

came north with the are a great many people
and comments of Sun readers welcome In the Voice of the People column. Letters
Opinions are
around more opposed than I,
I must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot Babe the bull elephant of their BEFORE 'NEW WORLD' IS BUILT
for historical
exceed 500 words and must be written an only one side of the po per. Poetry cannot be used. The parade the young sports writer reasons political -
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or arranged a refreshmentroom economic, and even spiritual -
.;J latent. for the visiting writersat to the nationalization of
the hotel housing the team. Fiction of African industries.. But I do believe
Complains acceptable, should be utterly decent fighting but this sort His paper was uncooperative, Unity that the time has come for
alien to us. We have no use of thing is not worthy of youor -but a wrestling promoter and the government to nationalize

I Plant's 'Fon'EDITOR for such flattery. We aspireto the person who wrote it. two bootleggers confrontedwith Ntw UlU'1t Glintll These three Africas are is only one Far Eastern em- the railroads or to permit
a truly socialist society, we I voted for him but I think the a challenge to civic haunted by former European bassy Peking's and only them to function as privately
Sun: We would want relations natural to socialist evil element has taken over a pride, came through nobly. By C. L. SULZBERGER domination which fixed lan one from Latin America managed e n t e rprises. As

like to comment on the sad states. ." nice decent little town. You There was ample supply. of RABAT, Morocco Africans guage patterns, economic ties Havana's. Activists tend to it stands, the railroads can-

condition of the air that we Tito's words and deeds show did say that Florida was nowa the best the period of' the : like to think theirs is a and artificial boundaries in think Mao Tse Tung and not perform usefully and effi-
l have to breathe. We live Republican state. It wasn't of single vast continent but, if ciently because everywherethey
that such "flattery" and aid Noble Experiment prohibition treates negotiated when Africa Castro speak for entire conti-
downwind from a wood processing get us nowhere in the strug- when we graduated from East could provide... Gin' geographically true, it is politically wasn't even represented. nents. turn they run into government -
plant Almost every Florida Seminary I'm gladto and ice at hand. historically, ethnically -
gle which now rages between ger ale were English, French, Portugueseand
morning there is a heavy, freedom and slavery. As lateas say. There was cheese in plenty and economically absurd. B el g i an influences still IDEOLOGY in Africa is a It is important to understand

highly-pungent fog coveringthe in 1957, Lu Ting-yi and Why don't you try making potato chips, pickles, ham One has only to come to this inescapably affect current Af- premature concept. Chine s e that the problem of the

neighborhood seeping in Mao Tse tung were saying, friends of the people here? I and rye bread. Arab Berber region from rican problems. Communists support one king- paralyzing labor union is essentially -
to even a tightly-closed house.I have heard the had the steaming Indian Ocean the problem of government -
"Let a hundred flowers blossom paper Because of these inhere n t dom, Burundi, try to undermine -
have sinus trouble and findit The fire chief was sympa- and the high plateaus of the
of more but one It is government that
and a hundred schools news, no says difficulties, revolutionary Africa anoth.r, Morocco while
almost impossible to thetic. He agreed to dampen Eastern Rift to see the con- immunized labor unions from
thought contend"-The frag- they liked any of you. As' for as a whole can endorse Russia alternates sweet a nd
breathe about 4 a.m. freedom has me I'd just as soon stagnate.I down the malodorous fires. It tradictions. the antimonopoly laws. Un
rance of this long' only vague principles and sour treatment of yet another,
Isn't there a city ordinance since faded away. Flowers of did work for one large paper might be a bush league park Europe, with all its, divisions platitudes which prove inapplicable Ethiopia. Democracy, whether der healthy conditions no ca-
pertaining to this kind of freedom cannot bloom in Chinese when I was young not far from but there was much that could between Communism if scrutinized. Thus Gaullist or Jeffersonian or bal of union leaders could tie

negligence? Also, are there Cuban, Russian, Yugoslavian here, but there were too many be done. and anti communism; be- .in theory, all Africa' acceptsthe communism, whether Ma o's up the railroads from coast to

not devices which the plant or any type of Communist drunks, so I quit. The hospitality room was a tween Teutonic, Latin and. theorem expounded by or Khrushchev's, mean little coast for the very simple
could install to prevent the escape soil; so let's not get AN OBSERVER TOO fine success. The afternoon of Slavonic peoples, is more of Modibo Keita, President of where ignorance prevails. DI- reason that the courts could

of the creosote odor? I confused when fertile soil the game was clear and sun- a unit than Africa can ever Mali, before the Organization versity must feature African fine and imprison labor union

quit smoking in order to seems to appear. The bedrockof "Southerners'aiseer ny. No dank smoke drifted be, although Europe is ,but a for African'Unity: development if it would pros- leaders for conspiring monopolistically .
breathe, now this. Is there Communist plans for across the field. The stands peninsula of Asia. Even As- per: Multiracialism, multi- in restraint of

nothing that can be done. world conquest is never far Ire were newly painted, as were ia, burgeoning with internal "IF ALL of ,us are truly religiosity, multiideology.. trade; Le., could do to them
about this nuisance? below the the fences. The effect was neat rivalries, has more racial and animated by the ardent de- what they can do, and shoulddo
DISGRUNTLED surface.OBSERVER economic unity than the car- Africa is wracked by cola to big businessmen who
EDITOR, Sun: The thought and sharper than Sulphur Dell sire to achieve African unity,
came to me this' morning would ever be again. tographically neat Dark Con we must take Africa as it nial hangovers. British Africais dally together with monopoly
tied to but excluded in their
sterling .
Rock Still Hits Letter about people who say they tinent. is African unity de- from the Common Mar- eye.EVERY
J are Northerners or Southerners. THERE WAS a good begin mands of each one of us com-
,Stunts 'Flowers9 'By Northerner'EDITOR I wonder if that is supposed ning. The Yankees got two on, IN FACT there are three plete respect for the legacy ket where Paris favors its own TIME the railroads J J.
'former colonies. In Northwest seek to
to be a nationality or a two out, and the Babe hit a separate Africas: The pre- which we have deceived maneuver in
EDITOR, Sun: The erroneous San: I wish to party of some kind? long one to deep center that dominantly Arab Moslem from the colonial system, thatIs Africa French culture prevails response the immediate to the necessities of
report of C h a I r manKhrushchev's northern band, the great of the beside Pan Arabism. In s1 t nation-
was caught. to Maintenance
comment letter in :
j on a your I am told Florida has been say West Africa De Gaulle sent whether to raise or lower the
death, which i which I should And then it The black sub Saharan middle, present frontiers of our re-
paper lately, under five flags.. In the north happened. troops to protect his client regime price of a ticket, decide what
emphasized a current opinion think would have Yankees took the field. As the and the white dominatedarea spective states."
even you there are 57 kinds of people in Gabon; in East Africa kind of linkages to use, what
that the Russian leaders have hesitated to print had Babe went to his intruding northwardfrom But this precept is worship-
position,
you under one flag. We never ask a Britain was summoned to manner of truck to hire to
,
more common sense than the' lived in our city )long enough what nationality a person is rabbit, nesting in weeds.at the the cape how far ped with lip service al o n e. its clients in Tanganyika. load the freight they needto
Chinese, seems to asUmethat : to have had proper respectfor if we like them. We like peo; base of .the:'fence chose that northward b e i n g a questionthat Black Africa would not applyit save and turn to the Interstate Commerce
perhaps in a matter ,of. one of our good, faithful ple. moment to panic and run. The.. must torment politics all to the Union of South Africa Kenya Uganda. Commission, a politically
degree, some Communists are doctors. Dr. Andrews who, Yankee outfield, with the this century. or vice versa. Arab Af- dominated federal
I would like to know what THE FIRST lessonis to agen-
not as bad as others-Khrushchev while >he may not ,have beena Babe in the fore, chased that Common to these Afric a s rica is unwilling to apply it cy, for permission often
f being scaled upward;isa real young man and who this "pure" Southern expression wretched frightened cottontail are a desire for total independence either to black Africa or to itself cease thinking of "Africa" as withheld to exercise their

f lesser of-eves variety: is a good doctor-kind, gentle means. They like it here deep into center field. ,and an undercurrentof : Witness Algerian Moroccan such. It is three continentsand rights as management.

I Before we become ,committed and understanding, was or is but they don't like people. There he found a bole and racial mistrust The central b o r du fracases, Moroccan in worse position than Europe Johnson may not have
Can blame the other 57 of
completely to this.less not as foolish as the one'who you escaped. The crowd roared. and northern segments are claims on Mauritania, or Asia to conceive enough courage to call for
kinds less not to like
er cMwo-evils 'line. .it would wrote the letter., more or The visiting writers all but bound by opposition to the or So mal i an revinidca- unity. Africa from Cape to what the nation so desperately
it here? Why can't the South-
be well to consider some.cur A northern man I presumedid rolled on the roof. southern tip and an emotional tions against Ethiopia and Cairo is even more an imag- needs namely the dissolu
erner be normal like other
rent remarks of a Communist that, I suppose, or a low people? Every lead that went out hope to liberate remaining Kenya. inative figment than Euro p e tion of labor union monopolies.

considered by' our'o:otfidal class white man. Anyway, I A READER that night was devoted not to colonial vestiges. This a lone Both Africa and its friendsare from the Urals to the Atlan If not, he should do the logIcal -

policy to be of, a rather think even a northern man or the game but to the rabbit unites the bickering Arab overwhelmed by the tic. thing: Which is to call
"-" type'-'Marshall"Tito. any sort of gentleman would and the chase by the Babe. states with the sub*"- Saharan problems of the African freedom The African nations need to for legislation to take over
'
Speaking at the engineerIng not have allowed to be put There was just one comfort blacks. The latter in atavistic revolution and unfamiliar 1 learn more about the world the railways.

works in Zeleznik. Tito in his paper and sincerely and it.was slight Hundreds of 'memories, dislike Arabs with its implications; 3I and the world needs to learn If the government is going

said: "The flattery which-we''.. hope and trust, that _someone It's strange some men win thousands had seen the Babe quite as much as Europeans, Africa has a largely distorted more about Africa, dlng to maintain a system under
often hear from different side "will start another. paper here drink about anything put be- hit home runs and trot aroundthe remembering their unsavory picture of the outer world. inherited Shibboleths. It is which free enterprise is for all

about our specific socialism and many of us'would ,take it fore them but check very base paths. How few are slave trading role. The sole For example, in Dar Es Salaam necessary to forget easy pint intents Impossible, than let it

with its national characteristics even if it was only a two page carefully the oQ they put in we who saw him chase a rabbit truly continental dream is to haven of many independence tudes. Emotion alone is not take over the responsibility of

and which even the nonsocialist one. their car. (M 11 chelhrille In- escape from the past into an committees for enough, when trying to builda management and proceed to

if i 1 countries find if iflte I have nothing against clean dex.) Still, it was a humiliation. uncertain future. areas not yet liberated, there brave new world. ',. socialize. ..







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allan of Newberry ElementaryS ANNUAL MEETINGThe

I ill CONSCIENCEOF COLORED NEWSB held its meeting in the annual meeting of the

auditorium of the school yester- Woman's Society of Christian

day at 8 p.m., and was very Service of the Methodist Churchis
F. Childs
Colored News
Editor
1 jI &ztiilk. successful scheduled for Ebenezer Meth-
uu
f1 PIANO RECITALThe Mrs. Ann Rivers, here for several The principal speaker was Dr. odist Church with Rev. Eddie

; THE piano pupils of J. C. days. i Wharton, county psychologist. Rivers, pastor, at Jacksonville,
BawLs' will be presented in recital Mrs. Sarah Hall returned to on April 23 at 4 p.m. to April 25

I' i .j JOHN K. HAKR1SON fresUUBt aa.tl ji on Sunday, April 26, at 5 the University City yesterday i DANCE PLANNEDA at 12 noon.

r n; .. Fablisbers PAT COWLES. Vic PrtiVdc SOUTHBy j p.m. at Johnson Chapel Baptist -from Ashville N.C., where she, Teenage Spring Dance is The officers and delegates will
tl ; p: W .t| ED JOHNSON. Vic Pre ieat Church. The public is in- was called because of business. being sponsored by the senior be in attendance.

I II Florida's Beautiful \" "" *ad EseewUf. Editor. ..UBl W. G. d(BUliEBEKSOLE. AdfertUlnj vited. There will be no admis- I class of Lincoln High School
Tic Pr a*
f'
II i O' -' :( sion. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. ?
I 'I:1 Direct. BOB TAKTAG- I I parents at the Chestnut Gymnasium HAWTHORNE NEWS
' RALPH McGILLI
: University, City'
1 UONE. Vie rrcftiieat and Creul P.Uber WUafair Fvblishcr Pleasant Methodist -The' on Friday, April 24, at Toy Shower
Ua Manager. I I 01 tfc* AUu$ (G*.) CciuUtmtiM CARD OF THANKS Youth Choir will have its rehearsal -8 p.m. in the interest of the senior There will be given a toy

-: THE SUN'S POLICY Mrs. Queen Ester Dingle, today, 6 p.m.; Choir No. class of 1964 educationaltrip shower at the Shell Elementary
I registered nurse at the Alachua 2 will have its rehearsal tomor-
to Washington, D. C. A School on Monday at 8 p.m.
t 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. The Babe General Hospital, wishes to row, 7:30 p.m.; and the Boardof swing band will furnish music For an evening of fine enter
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in--but only In-editorials !;.. thank members of the Johnson Education and Church School for this occasion. tainment to be
I: .. plan now pres-
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. .. Chapel) Baptist Church and ether -
; : : _- for their kindness staff will meet Friday, 7:30 Features at the dance will be ent. Mrs. Oria Dunlap, teacher;

t-I The Sun'$ telephones: All Department! -372-8441 : '. ..- t- AndTheRabbit during persons her accident and, also p.m. in the second unit of contestants for the following: Oliver H. Jones, principal,

I Want Ads-376-4672 the death of her husband. church. Rev.' W. M. Ferguson the Cha Cha the Limbo Rock Pearlie Mae Sanders, reporter.

I ---- pastor. the Monkey the Hooderv ill 1 e
, ARCHER NEWS Mt Carmel Baptist Youth Hop, the Swing and Heat Wave. MENTAL HEALTH

J. NOTE OF THANKS Forum today, 7:30 p.m., and also There will be a prize givento The third in a series of pro-
The Male Chorus of Archer Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will the one who dances best in grams on "Mental Retardafion"

I Ordinance Should Be Passed will render a program at the have their joint rehearsal each of the dances. will be held at the Friends hip i
Housing Every spring when the base.
8 p.m.; and there will beTeachers' Advance tickets 50 cents at
ball season comes again the St. Peter Church at Archer, ; Baptist Church on Tuesday, April -
,
at 3 in the interestof meeting tomorrow, 8p.m. door 65 cents. 28
at
Sunday, p.m. 8 p.m.
S t The housing ordinance now pending pared with great care. Its provisionsare reel of memory rewinds to a the Ushers Board. ., Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor Everyone is invited. I

:. : before the Gainesville City' Com- fair and reasonable and are basedon day of a young baseball writer's The public is invited. Rev.C. ; Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, re- J
humiliation in Nash-
mission should be passed without the best expert knowledge. obtain ville's odorous Sulphur Dell C. Henderson, pastor; Mrs. porter.St. .

I further delay. Goodness knows there able. Its potential benefits to the Park The city dump burned Katie N. Nattiel, reporter. Paul C.M.E.Momi n g ON THE RIGHT =

has been enough delay already-delay along one side of it, and the worship, 11 a.m.; and evening ,
in getting the ordinance drawn city at large are unquestioned. Whatis faithful fans were assured of YOUTH DAY worship 6:30 p.m. Rev. B.
y Youth will be celebratedat
and still further delay in putting it questioned by some, apparently, several innings of acrid smoke. the Barley Day Temple Metho- F.New Weary, pastor. NationalizedRailroads
Baseball has abandoned Hope Baptist Sunday
into effect. is the city's right to enforce the dist Church Sunday. The sched- I
Nashville In a part of the pro- Schoool, 10 am; and after-
standards which ordinance would ule of services is as follows:
an
cess of minor league decay, noon worship 3 p.m. Rev. L. A.

From the very first steps that impose on the owner or renter. and the historic old park, Sunday ing services School, 11 9:45:a.m.a.m; and; morn-eve, Tillman, pastor; Mrs. D. L. Williams ?

were taken to upgrade housing con- where baseball had been ning services, 5:30: p.m. reporter.Mt. _
been What want is either ordin- played for near three quar- Olive Primitive Baptist-
ditions in Gainesville there has they no During the day, the youths
ters of a century, is now a real Sunday School, 9:30 morning By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
a.m.
c steady opposition-in certain quar- ance ,at all or an ordinance, with no will present facts on the follow ;
estate I
ters-to taking any "official action" teeth in it-a kind of "moral" hous- development.For ing theme: "Adults Should be worship, 11 a.m.; and evening I In the next few days, the board. It is a wonder that
Near and Hear for Tomorrow worship 6 p.m. Rev. H. any
toward establishing and enforcing ing code with no enforcing clause. a young baseball writer 15-day moratorium on a national self respecting citizen would
on his first job the park When the Two Work Together, Kinsey, pastor. i railroad strike will end
consent
minimal standards. One can easily Under the same reasoning the city to serve on such a
There will be No Fear. Spring Hill BaptistSunday
was, despite its shabbiness, i and President Johnson will board, whose existence .
conjecture from what quarters the should rely on "moral" persuasionto a place for the gods. The public is invited. School, 10 a.m.; morning worship -I have to face, as his predecessor the incompetence or venality implies -

opposition came. The National Assoc- make all its ordinances effective.No 11 a.m.; and evening wor- did the awful prospect of of the two preceding

iation of Real Estate Boards has gone THERE CAME a spring PERSONALSMrs. ship, 6:30: p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis doing the honest thing whichin boards, and the probability of
when the Yankees and Hattie M. Brown, of pastor; Mrs. Catherine Mc- this involves
case taking a the same
,., on record as approving the ordinance housing code, however wisely Ind. left for her judgment for this
Gary, recently
Babe Ruth were scheduledfor Gill, reporter. public stand against organized board, it
approach to' improved housing, but conceived, will materially improve an exhibition contest with home after visiting with her Third Bethel Baptist Sunday I labor. the same assuming conclusion.comes to

. apparently the landlords haven't. conditions unless it is backed up the Nashville Volunteers. The mother, Mrs. Mary Griffin, and School 10 a.m.; morning i President Ken n e dy failed

with sufficient authority to insure Babe had made everyone for- other relatives and friends here. worship, 11:30 a.m.; afternoon that test in the spring of 1963, WHILE THE BOARDS were

Plenty of surveys have been madeto the enforcement of its provisions.The get the Black Sox and their Miss Hattie Wallace both and of Miss worship, 3 p.m.; and evening which coming as it did after meeting the unions and management
Ann Miller Jack.
somber deed of throwing Mary worship, 6 The public is in a pointed Supreme Court decision -
show the uneviable position'which grip of greedy self-interest is sonville, were sightseeing in p.m. were busy in court.
games. The manufacturershad vited. Rev. James Cato, pastor was pre eminentlythe Not less than three
; times federal

Gainesville holds ( cities of too strong to be shaken by appealsto the University City yesterday.
among made the ball livelier be- Mrs. Eva Presley, reporter. time for courage. His pro courts upheld the right of
I its size) with respect to dilapidated conscience or a sense of public res- cause the Babe had demon- I Mrs. Mary H. Miller flew yesterday Johnson Chapel Baptist -Sunday crastination made it more management to change its
Selma Ala.
r areas and substandard housing ponsibility.The strated that the fans didn't I to ,, on vaca-her School, 10 a.m.; there will difficult for President Johnsonto work rules in such fashion as
tion for weeks with
two
has really care so much for the be a rendered the do the right thing several to eliminate
conditions. The problem been program by unnecessary
daughter Mrs. Speed
Nancy ,
of hit and weeks when the railroads
strategy run, workers.
ago And
one of major concern for the past ordinance should be passed. !and other relatives. Cammellete Club, 11 a.m.; and then, finally, the
squeeze plays, and the careful announced a national strike Supreme Court
of The Commission should not allow the I Mrs. Annie Mae Young returned -the piano students of J. C. exactly a
ten years and an object study ritual of "the book" that pro- Rawls will deadline in protest againstthe year ago, confirmed the find
and recommendation by a number of issue to be fogged by cries of "own- duced pitchers' battles and to Gainesville yesterdayfrom present a program carriers' impending elimination ings of the lower courts.
5:30 Rev. W.
Durham N.C. where she J. Taylor
,
p.m.
scores of 1 to 0 and 2 to 1. of featherbedding.SOME Time
public-spirited civic organizations. er's rights" and by fears of "abuseof was combining business and pastor; Mrs. Harriet Jones, re Magazine, commenting

authority." Owner's rights are restricted They wanted to see the ball pleasure for the past two weeks. porter. DAY, a President of on Johnson the intercession of President -

I A good housing ordinance seemsto by considerations of public hit over the fence or, at least, Mrs. Sarah Jones and son, Friendship Baptist The the United States has got to around put its on acid this last go-
rattled off the walls. The Jim, were flown here from choir will have its rehearsal finger on
be the answer. It is an answer good, and authority cannot be junior find the courage to take the the nub of the question. "I
pitcher forthwith was deprived Miami yesterday on a brief visit Friday, April 24, at 6:30: side of "
that many progressive Florida cities abused when it is clearly describedand management when want all of you, Mr. Johnson
of his slippery elm and outing with relatives and During the rehearsal there
p.m. is
have already made, and from all reports limited-as it is in the pre- chew that enabled him to friends. management clearly in had said to representatives of
1 will be business
a meeting. the right. On the matter of labor and
that we have the answer has. sent instance.An throw a twisting spitball.The Miss Carrie L. Johnson, of Rev. D. E. White, pastor. I the featherbedding question, recognize that management we are in, high"to
: effective. Tampa, passed through Gaines-
been
management has time after focus
throughout the world
slugger was king. And Talla in
route
ville to
effective and enforceable housing George Herman Ruth, The hassee.yesterday en PROGRAM: SET time been proved legally the manner in which our free

i The ordinance now pending before ordinance is as logical as it Babe was the head man. Samuel Simmons of Jackson. The Progressive Choirs Union competent to carry out its pro- enterprise system works.

i the City Commission has been pre- is inevitable. Baseball writers vied to invent ville, passed through Gaines- will present a program entitled gram. The railway unions are Please give me this opportunity .
t names for him: "The Sultan ville yesterday en route to "Choirs in Parade. at the Macedonia the Caryl Chessman of union to show that our system of

1' .. } of Swat" fitted him best Clearwater.Mr. Baptist Church today at history there never have free enterprise can work.
-
There was something regal and Mrs. Henry Waters 8 p.m. been so many stays of execu- Time commented, "W hat

and majestic about the Babe. and daughter, Annie Mae, all I This promises to be a very tion.President Johnson failed to mention was
Fine entertainment, and the public Eisenhower appointed that the federal government's
'Voice of the People THOSE WERE the days of of yesterday Atlanta,on Ga.vacation, arrived for here two is invited to attend. favor a of board, and it ruledin thick thumb on the process of
management; collective I
bargaining
"the bushes. Any baseball weeks with Mrs. Waters' rela can
team outside of the 16 in the tives. NEWBERRY NEWS President Kennedy appointed hardly amount to free enter
a board and it ruled in favorof
prise by anyone's standards."
two major league was bush."Busher" Successful
(Jack) Johnson, of Meeting
_ On The Sim's Henry management; now President
; Opinion Page; That spring was, when_ an the epithet Yankees I.Tampa, is visiting with his aunt The Parent Teacher Associ- Johnson_ has____!_ annointprf_......__n__ a_ I DO NOT suppose there

came north with the are a great many people
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters
around
'must be signed and bear the writer's addreu. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should Babe the bull elephant of their BEFORE 'NEW WORLD' IS BUILT more opposed than I,
,not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The parade, the young sports writer for reasons historical, politi-
Sun the rlflh to ,letter it, without ,'. cal, economic, and even
_reserves. reject any or tf horten changing the write meaning or arranged a refreshmentroom spiritual
'U.'.... to the nationalization of
for the visiting writersat
the hotel housing the team. Fiction of African Unity industries. But I do believe
Complains OfPlant's.'Fog' T acceptable, should be utterly decent fighting but this sort His paper was uncooperative, that the time has come for
alien to us. We have no use of thing is not worthy of you but a wrestling promoter and the government to nationalizethe

for such flattery. We aspire or the person who wrote it. two bootleggers, confrontedwith 2foiu $0rk Htmrs These three Africas are is only one Far Eastern embassy railroads or to permit
',to a truly socialist society, we I voted for him but I think the a challenge to civic haunted by former European Peking's and only them to function as privately
C. L. SULZBERGER
EDITOR, Sun: We would want relations natural to socialist evil element has taken over a pride, came through nobly. By domination which fixed lan- one from Latin America managed e n t e rprises. As
like to comment on the sad ,states .. ." nice decent little town. You There was ample supply of RABAT, Morocco Africans guage patterns, economic ties Havana's. Activists tend to it stands, the railroads cannot
condition of the air that we did say that Florida was nowa like to think theirs is a perform usefully and effi-
S Tito's words and deeds show the best the period of the and artificial boundaries in think: Mao Tse Tung and
have to breathe. We live that such "flattery" and aid Republican state. It wasn't Noble Experiment of pro- single vast continent but, if treates negotiated when Africa Castro speak for entire continents ciently because everywherethey

downwind from a wood pro- get us nowhere in the strug- when we graduated from East hibition could provide. GIn- geographically true, it is politically wasn't even represented. ,. turn they run into government

cessing plant. Almost every gle which now rages between Florida Seminary I'm gladto ger ale and ice were at hand. historically, ethnical English, French, Portugueseand

: morning there is a heavy, freedom and slavery. As late say. There was cheese in plenty, ly and economically absurd. B e 1 g i an influences still IDEOLOGY in Africa is a It is important to under

V highly-pungent fog coveringthe as in 1957, Lu Ting-yi and Why don't ;you try making potato chips, pickles, ham One has only to come to this Inescapably affect current African premature concept. Chine s e stand that the problem of the

neighborhood, seeping in. Mao Tse tung were saying, friends of the people here? I and rye bread. .Arab ,Berber region from problems. Communists support one king paralyzing labor union is essentially -
to even a tightly-closed house.I "Let a hundred flowers blossom have heard th paper had the steaming Indian Ocean Because of these inherent dom Burundi, try to under- the problem of gov-
have sinus trouble and findIt and a hundred schools of more news, but no one says The fire chief was sympa and the high plateaus of the difficulties revolutionary Africa mine another Morocco while ernment. It is government that
almost impossible to liked of As thetic. He agreed to dampen Eastern Rift to see the con immunized labor unions
thought contend"-The frag- they any you. for as a whole can endorse Russia alternates sweet a nd from
breathe about 4 a.m. rance of this freedom has long me I'd just as soon stagnate.I down the malodorous fires. It tradictions. only vague principles and sour treatment of yet another, the anti monopoly laws. Under

Isn't there a city ordinance since faded away. Flowers of did work for one large paper might be a bush league park, Europe, with all its divis. platitudes which prove inapplicable Ethiopia., Democracy, whether healthy conditions no ca-
to this kind of when I but there was much that couldbe ions between Commun i Ism bal of union leaders
pertaining freedom cannot bloom in Chin. was young not far from if scrutinized. Thus, Gaullist or Jeffersonian, or could tie
negligence? Also are there ese, Cuban, Russian, Yugoslavian here, but there were too many done. and anti communism, be- in theory, all Africa acceptsthe communism, whether Ma o's up the railroads from coast to

not devices which the plant or any type of Communist drunks so I quit The hospitality room was a tween Teutonic Latin and t h e o re m, expounded by or Khrushchev's, mean little coast, for the very simple
could install to prevent the escape : ,soil; so let's not get AN OBSERVER TOO fine success. The afternoon of Slavonic peoples, is more ofa Modibo Keita President of where ignorance prevails. Di- reason that the courts could
of the creosote odor? I confused when fertile soil the game was clear and sun- unit than Africa can ever Mali, before the Organizationfor versity must feature African fine and imprison labor union

quit smoking in order to seems to appear. The bedrockof 'Southerners'Raise ny. No dank smoke drifted be, although Europe is but a African Unity: development if it would pros- leaders for conspiring monop-
breathe, now this. Is there C o m m unist plans for across the field. The stands peninsula of Asia. Even Asia per: Multiracialism, multi- olistically in restraint of

nothing that can be done world conquest is never far Her Ire were newly painted, as were burgeoning with internal "IF ALL of us are truly religiosity, multiideology.. trade; i.e., could do to them
about this nuisance? below the the fences. The effect was neat rivalries, has more racial and animated_by the ardent desire what they can do, and should

DISGRUNTLED surface.OBSERVER EDITOR, Sun: The thought and sharper than Sulphur Dell economic unity than the car- to achieve African unity, Africa is wracked by colonial do, to big businessmen who

came to me this morning would ever be again. tographically neat Dark Con- we must take Africa as it hangovers. British Africais dally together with monopoly

Rock Still Hits Letter about people who say they tinent. is African unity demands tied to sterling but excluded in their eye.EVERY .
from fho fYimrrmn. .. Mar.,
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Stunts 'Flowers' 'By Northerner'EDITOR ers. I wonder if that is sup- ning. The Yankees got two on, IN FACT there are three plete respect for the legacy ket where Paris favors its own TIME the railroads J.

posed to be a nationality or a two out, and the Babe hit a separate Africas: The predominantly which we have deceived former colonies. In Northwest seek to maneuver in

EDITOR. Sun: The errone- Sun: I wish to party of some kind? long one to deep center that Arab Moslem from the colonial system, that Africa French culture prevails response to the necessities of

ous report of Chairman I comment on a letter in your I am told Florida has been was caught, northern band, the great is to say: Maintenance of the beside Pan Arabism. In the J m mediate situation- I
Khrushchev's death, which black sub Saharan middle, frontiers West Africa De Gaulle sent whether to raise or tower the
of
lately which I should And then it happened. The present our respective
paper under five flags. In the north
troops to his client price of a ticket, decide
protect
what
emphasized a current opinionthat and the white dominatedarea states. regime \
think even would have Yankees took the field. As the
you there are 57 kinds of people kind of
in Gabon linkages to
the Russian leaders have northward ; in East Afri- use, what
to intruding But this precept is worshipped
hesitated print had you under one flag. We never ask Babe went to his position a
more common sense than the from the cape how far with lip service al 0 n e. ca, Britain was summoned to manner of truck to hire to
lived in our city long enoughto what nationality a person is rabbit, nesting in weeds at the load the
Chinese seems to assume northward b e i n a questionthat Black Africa would save its clients in Tanganyika freight they need
have had proper respectfor If we like them. We like peo- base of the fence, chose that g not applyit to turn to the Interstate \
that perhaps in a matter of one of our good, faithful moment to panic and run. The must torment politics all to the Union of South Afri- Kenya and Uganda. Commission Commerce

degree. some Communists are doctors. Dr. Andrews, who, pie.I Yankee outfield, with the this century. ca or vice versa. Arab Africa a politically
not a.* bad as others-Khrushchev while he may not have beena would like to. know what Babe in the fore, chased that Common to these Afric a s is unwilling to apply it THE FIRST lesson is to for dominated federal agen-

being scaled upward as real young man and whois this "pure" Southern expression wretched, frightened cottontail are a desire l for total independence either to black Africa or to itself cease thinking of "Africa" as cy withheld, permission often
a lesser of-evils variety. a good doctor-kind, gentle means. They like it here deep into center field. and an undercurrentof : Witness Algerian Mo- such. It is three continents to exercise their-
but they don't like people. and in rights as management
Before we become corn- and understanding was or is There he found a hole and racial mistrust. The central roccan b o r der fracases, Moroccan worse position than Eu- Johnson
mitted completely to this Jess- not as foolish as the one who Can you blame the other 57 escaped. The crowd roared. and northern segments are claims on Mauretania rope or Asia to conceive of may not have
kinds less not to like enough to call for
er of-two-evils l line! it would wrote the letter, it here more? Why or can't the Southerner The visiting writers all but bound by opposition to the or Somalian revlnldca- unity.Cairo is Africa from Cape to what the courage nation so desperately -

be well to consider- some cur- A northern man I presumedid be normal like other rolled on the roof. southern tip and an emotional tions against Ethiopia and inative even more than an imag- needs namely) the dissolution ) .
rent remarks of-a Communist that. I suppose ,or a low ? Every lead that went out hope to liberate remaining Kenya. figment Euro p e of labor union monopolies.
people
considered by our official that devoted not to colonial This lone Both Africa and its friendsare from the Urals to the Atlantic -
vestiges. a
class white man. Anyway, 1 A READER night was If not, he should do the logi-
policy to be of a rather think even a northern man or the game but to the rabbit unites the bickering Arab overwhelmed by the cal thing: Which is to call
good" type Marshall Tito. any sort of gentleman would and the chase by the Babe. states with the sub Saharan problems of the African free- The African nations need to for legislation to take over
Speaking at the engineer. not have allowed it to be put There was just one comfort, blacks. The latter, in atavistic dom revolution and unfamiliar learn more about the world the railways.

Ing works in Zejeznik Tito in his paper and sincerely and it was slight Hundreds of memories dislike Arabs with its implications; ai and the world needs to learn If the government is going

said; "The flattery.:which we hope and trust that someone It's strange some men will thousands had seen the Babe quite as much as Europeans Africa has a largely distorted more about Africa, sbedd i n g to maintain a system under

often hear from different sides will start .another paper here drink about anything put before hit home runs and trot aroundthe remembering their unsavory picture of the outer world. Inherited Shibboleths. It is which free enterprise is for all

about our specific socialism and many of us would take it them, but check' very base paths. How few are slave trading role. The sole For example in Dar Es Salaam necessary to forget easy platitudes. intents impossible, than let it

with Its national characteristics evenlfitwasonlyatwopageone. 'carefully the oil they,put. in we who saw him chase a rab truly continental dream is to haven of many independence Emotion alone is not take over the responsibility of

and which even the non- their car. (MItcbellvlllcindez bitStill escape from the past into an committees for enough, when trying to builda management and proceed to

socialist countries,find quite I have nothing against clean ) It was a humiliation. uncertain future. areas not yet liberated, there brave new world. socialize.






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: Li I hire on Page 1)) J:Four ation for the Partially times to Miss Beth Daane, did dicap is very great) they continue than 1,100 miles of highway and Chairman John Phillips said YOU Save Money On Insurance!
City Lions'I I Seei. rector of the Santa Fe Regional their schooling and even bridge ,projects 'costing. more the mileage included 202 milesof ,
I j f : University the I t Library. read for recreation. Now this than $303 million dollars were interstate superhighways,'465 For
terday presented will the
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during highways
set will make it primary Top Quality'
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r\ time set of, the large nak reading easier, but en- Beckum said he believes the possible for them to consult ref I'March record. high according 433 miles of secondary roads. ,..., r Protection
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arg d pictures and maps win books will be welcomed in the material I At
: I J. Lion of "World Book En- erence
t ; la." jlso 1 aid people with sight problem Gainesville area by both students GAINESVILLE'S FAVORITE Low Cost
and adults. NOON MEAL SPOT ISCarmaneila's Call!
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ti, J 1'// vision, it is th?,first of Dr. Johi Beckum, sight con- "The number of partially see- Anchorage is the largest city I Charles Whitney J"'. Bmy RMS Htndtn*
: id to appear. Publication chairman for the ing children and adults far exceeds -in Alaska and a center of U.S. "Your In Good Hands With ALLSTATE"
II ggested by Mrs. Jack tation ', I ons, made the that of the totally sightless defense activity and e oil exploration I 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE FOUNDED BY StARS'HOME OFFICE SKOKIE, ILLftDBR'D
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Union I, Laud for Sale federal government still: STABLE& DIGNIFIED

; .. ., _!_ .r..___ C-.1.._ I II I holds the land because it was! ,
Charter installation ceremonies weal ziae, newiy-cenuiea representative cial secretary: iucujr kjiiciicjr; GUYMON, Okla. (APNeeda never taken by a homesteader,I
for a new union local in the of the Productionand Alachua; recording secretary, farm 37 feet wide and 1% or because it was lost in old: Assessoi
beep Tax
'rv last Maintenance of John Weldon, P. 0. Box 94, your
held
f. Gainesville area were Employees surveying errors.
miles Or
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long perhaps 20 feet I dffice operating in a stab'
night at the Park Lane Cafeteria. the General Electric Battery Gainesville. wide and a half-mile long? Peter Gutierrez, chief of the 4 x nd dignified manner.
Products Section in Gainesville. Executive Board membersare These of I Hf.
odd-shaped pieces land section of the U.s. Land
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6 ar Duke Schultz, of Washington, New-elected officers of the : Dorothy V. Bell, Archer land-as well as regular tractsin Office, Santa Fe, N.M., said .: ,by KEEP J. PIERCE
{ D. C., and John B. Smith, of local are: president, Jim Weth- ; Glenn E. Hough, Alachua;I- three Oklahoma Panhandle main value of the land is to ad-
f Atlanta, representatives of the erington 809 NE 10th Ave.; Chuck Weight, 3851 NW 17th counties will be auctioned next jacent property owners who will SMITH
International Brotherhoodof vice president, Louise Swails,. Ave.; Sherrill Smith, Melrose; :month, the Bureau of .Land get preferential treatment in ac- I
\H a Electrical Workers AFLr t Ft. White; treasurer, Jim Hope,. Wayne Williams, 1224 NW 35th Management said Tuesday. The quiring the property, if they
CIO, presented the charter to 3001 SE Hawthorne Rd.; finan- Ave. land, amounting 4,032 acres desire. 1 Pd.Adrl

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the commissioners approved $1.i i Reg. Retail Price fv
600 in improvements at New-'
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Martin said a:
light, a loading dock, more pic-1 I j i
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piece of right of-way on an!, !
Gift Linens
access route to Interstate 75:, Hurry Fancy ; ;
on what probably will be call-';; SL '. "
ed SW 13th Avenue when it's'! y 0 .
SPECIALLY SELECTED FOR FOUNDER'S DAYS fr
built.Took C
under consideration a Gay table cloths, luxuriously-embroidered bridge sets, vanity Half theworld's 'ei' it of the
request for a special assess I scarf sets! See place mats, colorfully-stitched pillowcases on fine ; r list suit .
ment district to pave NW 36th I 1 white cotton. Straw baskets complete with dainty scalloped and each that's theor d's tightest
Street north of NW 39th Avenue.- embroidered roll covers! Wonderful z slacks. Tared! of an extraordmay -
opportunity to treat yourself =a'w t : .lend of 55%
Okayed a request by E. N.I to snap up extras. for shower gifts, bridge. prizes : ,' dacron pfestjr: and 45%
Wilkinson. subdivide a piece of i ;N s.Y" x wool. Wovi to fallow passage -
property south of the Hawthorne'Road Mix-and-Match : x s of eve.>reie, keeps
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about two miles outside of' / P its shope tn af er a sum-
x showe I Icta drive or
Gainesville into four lots. I 'b'w< x' round mer el-..sinis appoint-
-Heard that mosquito PUCKER ments. Si'e' at models
spraying was started in the "' ; designed f fitf laid com
county Monday. z d'R fort. Size; 30 b, 42.
-Rezoned a piece of property -, I l
near Stengel Field to allow F
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complex subject to approval' '
of a site plan for the develop-i FREE

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action on a request -: / .l
for approval of a plat for i Ij
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an apartment complex on U. S. F. : i
441 near Payne's Prairie. -i;
-Voted to refund $69 to par- i N ,
ties that bought a delinquent tax TERRY _. '.. ..: r>r ......';, ,. t .
certificate that mistakenly was |r>ir .'
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to cancel delinquent tax certifi-I -.
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cates on a piece of property -, *
near A 1 a chua. The owners,I TOWELSJffJt4tt r I
through ignorance of the law
failed to apply for homestead I
exemption between 1960 and i.. .
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Howard Weston said. Home-.' \ 4;. ,;-r _
stead exemption would have \'
exempted their property from i j, -

taxation. 24",46"rjath Size Reg. 1.00 tERIR :
FOR THE MAN WHO APPRE ATES THE J
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Nor wonder 65 % Dacron;: Polysrer
Louis Seafire shrimp : ;

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they Spice Brown Fire Fly Yellow = .
Call them: FR'631l Dawn Pink Shocking Pink f s i 2 .
309 Nvth Y/fSt 13th Si for 0
"NeverJ satisfied with ordinary towels I., :

> hand towel l, 59c again1! State. Pride terries are pucker-free. TJ ,
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I't 1 4 Line-dry or use an automatic they come ,4, 1p
tr The ultimate in super-smooth t that's definitely -
washcloth, 29c back with "show towel" beauty. At this brocd1.
extra-special Founder's Day low price Y out of the ordinary. The refit J meticulous
-- you'll want to re-stock the towel shelf. cut and stitching of th, new shorter[ji /collar aided
x-i d by stay-smooth hidden itays. Sumroecol half sleeves
Mayawis.ar STRIPED RUG vent-detailed for an ext;:' note of v srntnship. White
tints of blue, beige mirt. Look fo IB fed and, black
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L i I ;; Vocational- ProgramHARRY II i BritisH, Soviet Exchange Prisoners Jailed as SpiesBy :- I


PROVIDEA
WILL
;.f '''' EVANS
:. A GOOD VOCATIONAL PROGRAM JOHN O. KOEHLER because Wynne was ilL dale was taken from prison In Lonsdale, 40, was sentenced to form" she said at her London in Budapest in November 1962
I H ; FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. BERLIN (AP) Britain ex The exchange was made at Birmingham and flown to the 25 years imprisonment in 1961 home. when he was arrested by Hun-
: 1 v changed Soviet spy Gordon the Heerstrasse crossing point British air force base at Gatow as the mastermind of a spy ring A family friend said Wynnewas garian secret police. He was
P $ VOTE. FOR Lonsdale today for British bus- between the British sector of about five miles from the bor. operating at the Portland naval expected to arrive at his tried in Moscow with Oleg Pen-
inessman Maynard Greville West Berlin and East Germanyat der point where the exchangewas research establishment. home this afternoon.The kovsky, a Soviet official
I : HARRY EVANS Wynne, jai&i by the Soviets as 5:35 a.m. and took just over made. Wynne's wife, Sheila, denied Foreign Office said the charged with selling atomic secrets -
I i a courier of espionage informa 20 minutes. Wynne, 45, was sentenced in that he was ill. Soviet Union proposed on April to the West Penkovskywas
\ \ '1 tion.The Informants in London said Moscow last May to eight years "He may be half the size he 7 to pardon Wynne if the Brit. executed.
Superintendent of Schools British Foreign Office Wynne was flown from Moscowto detention-three in prison and he was when he started his sen-: ish would free I/msdale. Wynne testified before the So..
i ) f said it agreed to the exchange East Berlin. They said Lons- five in a labor camp. tence, but he's In splendid, Wynne was on a,business trip viet military court that the Brit-
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I ish intelligence service had
I ( *" duped him into serving as a
: courier. He said that for six
1 I If months he never knew what was
f i r in the packages be gave to and
received from Penkovsky.
j Testimony at Lonsdale's trial
if revealed that he had penetrated
the British underwater naval research -
plant at Portlbd ,.
Ii search plant at Portland.
Convicted with him were two
storewide savings for Americans Peter Kroger, 50,
everyone and his wife, Helen] 47. They

I'and were Lena later Cohen.identified as Morris

I The Cohens, who operated a

I I SHOP 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M.. MONDAY THRU SATURDAYIi I powerful for Soviet shortwave intelligence radio, were station -

sentenced to 20 years each.
. PRACTICALLY I Two Britons, Harry Houghton,
.' 56-year-old admiralty clerk, and
', A'GIVEAWAY! his fiancee, Ethel Gee, 46, both
I BIG SAVINGS FOR CHILDREN TOO. received Lonsdale's 15 years ring.for their partin

Reigning{ Beauty .< _.


SeamlessNYLONS .. Girls9 Knit Panties DownpoursCausing

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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Severe thunderstorms and
rain hit areas in 13 states from
Texas to the eastern Great
2 en'h f. 4 t Lakes region today after sweep.
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Heavy rains in much of the
eastern half of the nation this
41:2: l\\ week have caused some flooding .
; 3 97/ from swollen rivers and
I( "Every pair'in original Reigning Beauty : / :.t for streams in parts of the Midwest.
box-you know they're first quality z:, 1 t thv The Cuyahoga River in northeast }
Choose:plain or superfine mesh.Sea r I I These are our famous "RompTn panties, rayon- Ohio was reported rising
ton's most flattering. shades.. 8%.11. ., '. OUR OWN "BUSY B" "MISS B"DREAMWEAR IN COOL QACRON*-AND-COTTON and-cotton knit,with double crotch and picot elas rapidly and nearing flood stage
-- .z SUMMER PAJAMA SETS tic legs. White only. Girls' favorites in sizes 216. after Tuesday's downpours in
the Cleveland area.
each Downpours also drenched sec.
1.77
Usually 1.99 tions of southern Arkansas and
Baby doll pajamas and duster in easy-care, no-iron DaYou -
get shorty setpants plus surrounding areas. More than
'"'- extra .I 0119 I e9 Ba ,cron* polyester-and-cotton with tucking, lace and embroidery .,. x H three inches fell in Pine Bluff,
tistes, no-iron cottons in trim. Pink or blue, 414. (Not shown, matchingcapri ( Ark. Locally severe thunder-
pajamas.) storms rumbled across sectionsof
group. 24. Prints & solid ': ,
i the Ohio Valley during the
4c colors. DuPont's polyester fiber 0o
night. Hail pelted scattered sec-
tions of Illinois and Indiana.
Wind gusts of 52 miles an hour
lashed the Cincinnati area.
[, Strong winds were reported in
." Flint, Mich.
f' 5.
,,4 ':: .' Rain spread Into the Pacific
Northwest ahead of a new storm
... ,that was expected to bring snow
and rain to the Plateau states-:
4 Livestock warnings were issued
for southwest Idaho and north..
ern and western parts of Nevada
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(t\ : Early morning temperatures
:; \ ranged from the upper 20s in
New England to the 70s in the
Gulf states.
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t. .. .. SAVE! ELASTIC WAIST .
COTTON-PLAY SHORTS TO UVE IN NOW AND All SUMMER LONG Flareups
S AVEI BOYS' BOXER SHORTS OUR OWN "BUSY Ba "

PLUS BUTTONDOWN SHIRT 2-PC. PlAY SETS 88 Usually 1.19 2.44Regular Are Fading

Usually ft Q fin Usually ft Aft 2.99 JACKSONVILLE (AP) Iso-
t 1.99 L for 1.99 L for O.UU Never iron' seersuckers, lated rock throwing incidents
I c( : were reported but racial flare-
or 1.50 each or 1.59 each gay polished cottons. Grown-up styling in easy-core fabrics All I ups that began Monday appear.

: t You expect to pay this for Bloomers or shorts plus Easy-on all round elastic cottons, cotton-and-polyester blends, rayon I ed to fade out today.
F the shorts .alone! Shirts: gay fun top. Appliques, Police said a highway worker
checks, stripes, prints. contrast bands. Sizes 2 to waists. 2 to 6x. Boys or blends. Solids, prints, woven plaids. 3 to 6x. C. S. Parrott,46, was bruisedon
the left hand Tuesday by a
Sizes 2-4. 4. girls.
PROTORTIQNEMUP i stone thrown by a young Negro.
Parrott was helping repair a
s r street in the Negro section of
1.f the city.A .
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few cases of rocks thrown
WONDERFUL HANDBAG VALUES I at cars were reported to police.
2 -.i r1i. Apparently there was no dam

for age.Five
? L4-4: :? dressy and casual{ handbags in new shapes, Negroes that has picketed not integrated.a restaurant

Reg. 2.99 each -.J":"fif .- new colors, specially priced for out Sal I Such occurrence.picketing has been a dally

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bl-racial
jjJ: } "ii: Jacksonville's committee

Lace trimmed nylon frltot ia'- to was name called a to chairman meet Saturday to.

\|succeed Robert Milius, who resigned -
Average short tall 7 7

vourrCMlrir..lim.tyleby..H.ite..n.wat.Ubsla., sizes -p. 3 last week.

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.tialsevingsl! Beautifully made'with front shadow F nvas Save Space
pantj. dainty val lace edging and insert. White or ',
n. black.Sizes 32-X4 average 30-38 short 34-44 tall -'r >r And MoneyHOUSTON
Hurry in, buy them for yourself,.for r gifof a1s t' '" al.;. OME SEE THESE HANDBAG BUYS
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<; Y. ; '
::: : ', ra". F > noose big, roomy casuals for daytime Tex. (AP) -Nine
t ; 't'' .,: + .4 ," k+,, trace). the slimmer, streamlined look !Negroes were jailed Tuesday
I -_ .,xo t : :' ... .. :>: : :'ti: 'kf' ti .. ,. < 'r dressY wear.White,light shades and 'night after a traffic-snarling dis-
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:3 ap ivy in leather-grained plastic also I turbance at the height of a
| I Texas San Jacinto Day celebra] .

: I I lion.Deputy Sheriff Jack H. Bon.

i ner said the persons denied they
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had deliberately stalled trafficat
,. t' the Lynchburg ferry In sympathy -
: .. I with a stall-in proposed
;; for today's opening of the New
.A .York World's Fair.
:' 1 Bonner said the lead car of
:
: 35-vehicle. line refused to
1 ,board the W. H. Hobby ferryboat
tt When officers arrived he
tf Our own "Reigning Beauty" 10 A.M. j
'" said* "it was a drunken mess." !
I ; J 9PMt.C'1 -06. About 15 persons were arrested ;
t iWr' .2.99'T r but only nine were charged. i it
1.71 Reg. ... I !Two were released after paying i
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a r _. : THE STORE WITH t fines.
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ing papers on their respective 1 bargaining Is hard at work.'*

I111 I Rail Bargainers Gaining Ground. '. J proposals.The. dispute. involves.. a complicated j from might Johnson saying take continued if what the talks to action refrain failed.he r, .awlm.. '_.W icr ,

system of work rules
I WASHINGTON (APDif) closely examining each other's with a_voluntary settlement be- were going virtually around the governing wages,'job classifica- ;.(He said he was proceeding on NrIrSE I
; that the talks IOVES'1IERC
presumption
fore Saturday's scheduled 12:01 clock. i ..
proposals "decimal point by conditions. .
ferences were.reported narrowing deadline. tions and working ;lion before the strike deadline. ----
a.m. strike Sources close to both sides
today as, negotiators bar- decimal point," said White Johnson was reported so hope-said the talks,were in a highly ."There is a narrowing of differences 'would result in a voluntary solu-
gained -tQwith less than House press secretary George ful of an agreement by that crucial stage and that toe-out- there is a clarificationof
72 hours remaining before the,I Reedy. time that he has not yet asked come was still uncertain. language," Reedy said. John-
i< i delayed deadline for. a nationwide President Johnson voiced hope for any extension of the 15-day Reedy said the two sides were son, speaking to a group of The anchovy is a highly priz- .
r, I railroad strike.Representatives *I again Tuesday that the two strike postponement he won engaged in "very thorough, editors and broadcasters visit-I ed food fish, especially a European (Advertisement)
of five unions sides in the five-year-old work- April 10.Talks j very exhaustive, discussions" ing the White House Tuesday, I species known as Ergraulis Among male readers, advertising in newspapers i.
and nearly 200 railroads were:rules ,dispute would come up with federal mediators based on an exchange of work said, "We think that collective ] encrasicholus. has even greater readership than the sports page. I I



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Cabinet' Setup iri Florida *.. ". .'


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J Is Unique for 50 States I I


(Editor's Note: This is another'commissioner o f agriculture.the the end of the biennium.
story of the Associated Press treasurer and superintendent The Cabinet has one other ma-l THE STORE W 4TH MOR_ ,
capital bureau in Tallahasseeon of education are not mem- jor duty..The secretary of state, WINE.SVILLE, SHOPPING CENTER "
the various primary campaigns bers. attorney general and comptroller -, !302 NORTH MAIN!STREET
the offices and the make up the State Board of
them. Florida's cabinet system has I ....
men seeking Today's Canvassers which reviews the .,
almost life and death I .
installment discusses the dIvisions power
vote by the 67 counties
of Florida government.) over the state's two-year bud- in primary reported and general elections j USE YOUR CHARGE__ OR LAYAWAY
get. The Cabinet can changethe I
By DOUGLAS STARR and declares the winner in
budget after the Legislature
each race. "PARAMOUNT"STAINLESS
I
TALLAHASSEE (AP-Florf. approves itThe
entire In addition, each member of:
Cabinet sits as the .
da's cabinet form of
govern- Budget Commission. the Cabinet is a member of TIMEXWATCHES
ment is unique among the 50 Before the Legislature converses eral Cabinet subcommittees.These sev-I' .. .
states. every other April, the subcommittees look after ..,'
Instead of the governor running Cabinet receives requests from prisons, Sunland training I STEEL
the state with the adviceof state agencies for funds, trims centers for retarded children,
his advisors and heads of the requests to fit an overall estimate -mental health child training 1 i service fJfl
boards and agencies, Florida's of income and makes and state revenue; and they i 'V .
government is run by a seven recommendations to the Legis-. name new state buildings, acquire !! for 8 inmQdem t. ,;
member board of directors- lature. property in the Capitol .
called the cabinet with the After the Legislature approves Center and determine who shall j iVi'swirl
governor as chairman.As the budget and the state is ready be tenants in the state's build'
chairman the for business during the two-year ings.Florida's I MEN'S LADIES' TEENS' LADIES design!
governor fiscal period, the Cabinet is the Cabinet officers -,
8 dinner knives
has only one. vote. That means
he can be, and frequently is, agency of government designated -unlike the governor n seek l 8 dinner forks :
overrufed by the other mem- to release the funds. re-election. The superintendent: LIST LEATHERSCUFFS 8 salad-dessert h
bers. Only on one board the This release is done on a quar of education, Thomas D. Bailey, 2001.OFF forks
Pardon Poard-is his veto pow terly basis, allowing the Cabinetto has served 15 years; and the 8 soupspoons
erful. If-he, vetoes a pardon or regulate spending by reducIng treasurer J. Edwin Larson, has I 16(double
a parole,..he cannot be over-: the amount of money released served 23 years. 0\ quantity)
ruled. '"_ every three months to Although the governor cannot teaspoons
match the amount of money in seek a succeeding term, he can I REG. 2 serving
4.50SPECIAL
But, in general, the state's spoons
the treasury. remain out of office one term
business is-.handled every Tuesday This regulation of funds released -and then seek another. I'
morning by the Cabinet. also requires each agen- Cabinet members are paid FOR
Directors ofi the .state boards,'cy to pace its spending so its $20,000 a year; the governor, II 9.95 9.95 FOUNDERS. DAYS
agencies and commissions ap- funds will not run out before $25,000. I .
pear before the Cabinet with re i
quests and recommendations.The I 4
I MORE PROGRESS FOR r :

Florida Cabinet com- YOUR TAX DOLLAR" .; $3.50PAIR
prises, in this order of rank according ELECT
'a\\
to the State Constitu- )-

tion: the governor, secretary of JOashwood Hicks t
state, attorney general, compt- "

roller, treasurer, superintendentof A BUSINESS MAN Black

of agriculture.Not education and. commissioner I COUNTY ALACHUA COMMISSIONER COUNTY tl ", II' Ic12.95 19.95 11.95' O O RedBone Blue

all of the Cabinet mem .
DISTRICT 3 AT LARGE
bers are members of all of the "' White
boards and commissions. Only I! -Vote For Sound Progressive Government- 1

the governor, by virtue of his 15.00.s
office is a member of all boards .y
and commissions. LETIS F r. f
For instance, the board of education HoydonBURNS 9.95
comprises the governor, ELECT
the secretary of state, the attor-
ney general, thft treasurer and Every watch In this group bears the famous Timex Remember 50 pc. set
the superinten nt of education.The .i name your assurance of top performance, up- HBIffiKSDH
comptroller'and the com- to-the-minute styling,satisfactory workmanship... 'S. L & G. H. Rogers by
missioner of agriculture are not V backed up by this famous maker's own guarantee! Oneida -expert craftstnanshipl .
members." See broad expansion bands, leather straps.Some W Stainless steel
On the other hand, the Boardof with radium dials, others waterproof, dustproof. $. : MAY tays gleaming, never
Pardons comprises the governor For Growth For Good Government Sweep second hands!Dressy styles,sport watches, needs polishing. Dinner
secretary of state, attor rounds,squares,oblongs. Everyone knows Timex I IXffprfeM knives have solid, one-
ney general, comptroller and I FOR GOVERNORYOUR fhu 10%f.d excise tax -- (piece handles. Completely
ISafe even in
detergents.
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Reserve and workmanship i by U.S. Time s B-L SHOE DEPT. \
Posts ACTIVE SUPPORT 'IS WELCOMED! Corporation B-L GIFT DEPT.

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Two new reserve assignmentshave Visit your local Burns' headquarters for campaign literature, --
been announced by the local bumper strips and other information.
Air Force reserve recovery MEET WITH OTHER BURNS SUPPORTERS
squadron here. EACH MONDAY & FRIDAY NIGHT. 7:30 P.M. NOW SPECIALLY PRICED !
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j { UJOfllEflI Fedison-Davis Nuptials Held Paris in Spring' new styles : .



daughter Miss- -. Virginia of .Dr. -Kay and- -Davis Mrs.' I /Is Party Theme 1. new colors : \

Kelso Davis, became
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ison: son of;Mr. and Mrs. John Children of members of the Whitlow Tippie Graham Car Prerequisite mer life for. .your exciting active sports sum-
Fedison of Hackensack N. J., Junior Assembly were entertained 01 Hanes hip Ellis Leslie Mo- wear, designed with fun in mind!
last,night at 8:30 o'clock in the at a "Paris in the Spring" Kerns. Whether you lead you leisure
First Presbyterian Church. dinner dance given at the John Harper Jamie Denmark life at the beach golf course look or
th right
The double ring ceremonywas Gainesville Woman's Club Friday Crill Hintermaster, De- patio right,here.you'll find

fflnmyRuth performed by Dr. U. S. night. Ann Kuzman, Thorns Webb,
Gordon, pastor, assisted by Flower carts filled with spring I,Cmdy Clardy, Philip DeLaney USE LAY-AWAY. CENTRAL CHARGE
Rev. Gary Waller, assistant pas- p'i flowers flanked the entrance tothe Lisen Summerlin, Jerry Green,I
: club which was transformed Alice Sue Cooper Jack Andrews NEXT TO ,
Weimer tor.Adorning the altar were two into a Boulevard scene. to Deedee Mclnnis, Dennis LfBBYE! 5
Women's Editor arrangements of white gladioli carry out the theme. ? < Guenther Cheryl Wallace, Kenneth FLORIDA. THEATRE

Easter lilies and chrysanthemums 3. Street signs bearing the Murrill, Cindy Baumsteinand FREE PARKING FIRST FEDERAL LOTshowing ia
with Areco Palms Y F names of streets of Paris hung John Clement.
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LuncheonTo and greenery banking the chancel from street lanterns which illuminated I
41L Arch' candelabrum holding the avenues separating

white tapers were placed at four sidewalk cafes.
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!either side and white candles J 3T Guests were served at tables
t Honor were used in each window. for four, which were covered
Nuptial music was given by with checked tablecloths. Colorful -

Willis Bodine organist. scenes of the French pro-
Visitors Sisters Are Attendants vinces on the menus, candles .
Given in marriage by her father and place cards completed the ,

the bride was attended by table decorations. ., .
.,In compliment to Mrs. Sig- her sisters Miss Dorothy 3 a y.a Hilda Morris Sketches t; .

run Engebretsen and Miss Sid--Jeanne Davis Washington, One avenue led to a sidewalk .
sel Engebretsen, both of Oslo, D. C., as maid of honor; Miss art show in an alcove, : : >
Norway, a luncheon will be given -Rut h ann a Marie Davis, where Hilda Morris local artist > a .. "r 4I

Friday at 1 p.m. by Mrs. Gainesville, and Miss Mary El- sketched for the entertain- .- It. -
John R. Bangs. len Davis of Tavares as bridesmaids ment of the children.Dr. .
The affair is to be held at the and Mrs. John L. Ward and Mrs. Winston Sum- :, -\ ."-'
Holiday Inn. and Mrs. David C. Gray as merlin and Mr. and Mrs. Earl \ r- ...,, .

The visitors will arrive Thursday -bridesmatrons.All Scarborough greeted guests at '. !,"..f't ...
to visit Dr. and Mrs. William attendants wore floor the door.
length gowns of light ice blue Mrs.,John Matthew Fedison o. :
M. Fox. Other chaperones were Dr --
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Mrs. Engebretsen is an aunt organza over nylon taffeta. a corsage of Briarcliff roses. 'York and Mrs. Tony,J. Cunna. and AITS. Allen DeLaney, Dr. \ r
of Mrs. Fox and Miss Engebretsen Their headpieces were of matching M rs. Fedison wore a pale pink Cutting cake were Mrs. J.: J. and Mrs. Purdon Murphy, Mr. '
carried #
I is a cousin. taffeta and they tu organza evening gown with :Hare of Micanopy, cousin of and Mrs. 0. N. Harper Mr. and :f fashions ,.
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The two flew to New York sprays of varigated pink Mrs. Joe C. Jenkins Jr. and
matching accessories and a corsage the bride; Mrs. Robert M. Davr: .., ,
and then on to Barbados where lips.The of American Beauty ros- :is, an aunt of bride; Mrs. Wal- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Black. .
they spent a week, and are bride wore a silk organza ter A. Krienke, and Mrs. Following the dinner featuring i
stopping in Miami en routeto gown fashioned with chapel in- es.During the reception given in'I Charles Bussard.An French cuisine guests presented: by the University t
Gainesville. I train. Embroidered rose the Fellowship Hall by the bride's anniversary candle centered danced to the music of the Big Inn to introduce to -

Preceeding the Friday luncheon I serts and were at appliqued.the neckline. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard I the bride's book table Beats. Gainesville its beautiful
skirt
Mrs. Fox will entertain M. Fifield and Dr. and Mrs. where Mrs. Dan Rassmussen, Prizes Awarded *
held Room. .
French illusion was new Carriage T.,
veil of
with an aperitif party at her ,embroidered -Marvin Brooker greeted guests 'Miss Marion < Gilliland Miss During the evening prizes
home in Kirkwood for her by a coronet of pearl and Her at the door.Introducing. Patricia Gilliland and Miss were won by Pamela Coggins. Fashions will be shown-' 1
houseguests. rose petals roses. guests to the receiving Cheryl Wallace registered Amy Yawn Hugh Feather Ray during luncheon hours
bouquet was of white tulips centered -
by an orchid and as line were Mrs. J. Wayne guests. mond Robbins, Nancy Mitchell Thursday, 12:30'to 1 1:30. i
Country Club carriedthe Reitz Mrs. Harry M. Phil- Among the out of town guests Evan Pattishall Ann
"something old, she ...
lace-linen wedding handker- pott and Mrs. Allan Y.' DeLan- were Mr. and Mrs. Fedison, Fearney, John Mahon Pam 4
Pool to Open Hackensack N.J.,. Mr. and
to her
chief which had belonged
Opening date for the new grandmother the late Mrs. y.Assisting in the hospitalitieswere Mrs. John Romaine, Bradenton,
swimming pool at the Gaines- Mary S. G. Wood. Mrs. John P. Feaster Dr. grandparents of the bridegroomDr. Maddox- I .
ville Golf and Country Club Father Best Man and Mrs. H. Glenn Hamilton, and Mrs. David C. Whit
will be Saturday.On Dr. and Mrs. Marshall O. Watkins -marsh Cape Coral grandparents WigginsNuptials
that date and each Saturday The father of bridegroom Dr. and Mrs. Frederick of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Listed This Week's Showingby
served as best man and grooms- B. Smith Dr. and Mrs. Lester Robert Nelson Belleville N.J.,
thereafter, from 10 a.m. until men were David C. Gray, Ter L. Hale, Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Koepp, t:
6 p.m.and each ALACHUA Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday -
!ryBush, Dan Rasmussen, JohnL. Charles Durrance Dr. and Mrs. Maderia Beach; Mr. and Mrs.
from until 6 membersand Lovic Vera Maddox of Alachua
noon p.m. Ward and Robert W. Davis Ray L. Shirley, Dr. and Mrs.L. Michael Gibney, aunt of the. :Or
their families may use the I and George William Davis, brothers have announced the engage- Silve'JlJWta. '
R. Arlington Dr. and Mrs. bride; Mrs. Robert M. Davis
pool facilities. I of the bride. George W. Hunter HI, Dr. and Miss Deborah Davis, Ross Ed- ment and approaching marriage
i of their daughter, Miss Catherine f 225 W. Univ. Ave.
When school closes in
May a Mrs. Davis chose an evening Mrs. Merwin Larsen and Dr. ward Davis all of Manhasset,
regular' schedule will be an- gown of pastel blue chiffon over and Mrs. John E. Moore. L. I., .N. Y., Mrs.. J. J. Hare, Syrell Maddox Gainesville, k
I I nounced. satin matching accessories, a Pink White Appointments Micanopy; Mr. and Mrs. E. H. to Kenneth Gail Wiggins of Ala-
chua
son of Mrs.
Kay
The two serving tables were Kellogg of Ocala Dr. and Mrs. New York Wigginsof
City.
Thurs. laid with' white organza cloths W. G. Kirk Wauchula; Hugh The Following Gainesville Merchants '
DONT MISS IT! The wedding will take Sponsored 1
over white satin. Silver Hull of Orlando, and Mrs. Les- place .
HELD OVER ** Saturday in the High Springs Donigan's : 1.
/ candelabra adorned with pink ter Hodges Ona, Fla. Forest Grove Franklin's if
Sat roses were used at either side For her going away ensemble, Baptist Church. Geiger's Rountree"f
of the wedding cake on one table the bride wore a pink wool suit,
1 > and a silver candelabrum pink hat and white ,accessories Lanier's _0:. _. LtbbyesCherry's ; .
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decked with pink roses centered and the orchid from. her bridal Abby's : -. :-.=, Blanche'sL& .->'"

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Those pouring punch were The 'newlyweds will be a t Wedding Angle SilvermanV
Right
Mrs. Charles H.'Gilliland, Mrs. home in Sarasota following a BookletIf

; r Everett L. Fouts Mrs. E. T. wedding, trip in South Florida.Brides' : ; .( .ip .' #J:

you would like to havea r.a.! -' '
r e4, copy of Abigail Van Bu- .
i ip BookLouise ren's' boo k let, "How to T'T.

t Have a Lovely Wedding,"
which gives suggestions for
TODAY, April 22 Kincaid at the former's :4"A'
showers
parties, weddingsand
LOVE 1;0Ti Informal party honoring i'.ome.2039 NW Third Avenue. the reception, follow T e University Inn ,

: Miss Courtney West and her FRIDAY, April 24 these' rules Send your: request -
fiance, Nath CulppepperDoughtie with fifty cents and S7AIVV s$ & .,,'
: 5:30 to 7 p.m., Mr. Bridesmaids luncheon for Miss be SURE to enclose a self- U.S. Route 441 South;,
: 7Jqf IAI' and Mrs. Robert Bowers and Courtney West, bride elect of addressed stamped enve- For Res. Call 376-2442 .
their daughter, Miss P h o ebe Nath Culpepper Doughtie 12:30p.m. ( lope to Abby, C-Women's .
___ ___ Bowers, 4872 NW 20th Place. Mrs. Walter Godwin and Department the Gainesville
f 4r Dinner complimenting Miss Miss Carol Cox GainesvilleGolf Sun. Your letter will be forwarded -
; Courtney West and her fiance and Country Club. to Abby.

Nath Culpepper Doughtie, Mr. Bridesmaids luncheon com-
and Mrs. William Elmore, plimenting Miss Anne Pruvis,
1800 NW 14th Ave. bride- elect of Billie Nugent I
Luncheon honoring Miss Glen- Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville,
da Moon fiancee of Barton"brasher Mrs. Marcus Conant and her

., Jr., 12:15 p.m., Mrs. daughter Miss Anne Conant,
:., H. J. Stevens and her daughter, 12:30 p.m., Gainesville Golf
*: Miss Jan Stevens Mrs. John'aul and Country Club.
Jones Sr. and Mrs. Jo h n ,Rehearsal dinner honoring
Paul Jones Jr.THURSDAY .
Miss Anne Purvis and their

April 25 son, Billie Nugent NimnichtJr. '
., Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Nim 10 : '
Dinner honoring Miss Court- nicht Sr. of Jacksonville following -
ney West bride to-be of Nath 6 p.m. rehearsal,
Culpepper Doughtie 7 p.m., Gainesville Golf and Country _
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I i World's' Fair Has I CalendarTODAY Of EventsRaymond Paul-Ckeely[ Vows ExchangedWILLISTON Reunion


April 22 Crist, 2238 NW First

Expert on Staff Gainesville Bridge Club, Avenue. Solemnized'
} Inn. 7 p.m., Hibiscus, Mrs. SamP. Sunday afternoon, The marriage Held ByAlumnae
7:30 Holiday
'- p.m., Goethe, Gwynn Oaks; of Miss Naomi: ; Cheely andCharles k
J t By JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP I Even then, she was experienced Bridge Club 7:30 Mimosa Thomas '
: University p.m., Mrs. I. Paul took
Newsfeatures Writer i help, having been lured 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW ,X. Cheves, 3 SW 25th Street; place in- the First Methodist
4 r'NEW YORK (AP) Locating here from the Texas Centennial
I 15th Terrace. 8 pjn., Carnation, Mrs. Church
of Wffliston
where Texas
experienced personnel for a as a University I Charles Wilcox 3O NW 11th

,_ highly specialized job like su business administration graduate Chapter AP, PEO, 10:30 Avenue; Geranium, Mrs. W. Rev; William G. Cofield, former
she had taken of the
records for world'sfair charge
-f p pervising-Is not easy in a town a where file room. a.m., Mrs. Sam Evans and Avenue N. Robinson Jasmine, 2036 NW 9th pastor of the church, officiated !- W ? Alpha Gamma Delta Alumnae
Mrs. T. Smith at the ; Mrs.V'ill
t 4 world's fairs do not roll around Now don't think for a minute Lynn lam at'the ceremony, assisted 1 Club observed its International -
Evans
I 2601 NW 16th
more than once every quarter that routine paper work, among Evans' home, 2022 NW 14th Avenue. by Rev,- A. W. Eustis.The Reunion Day with a

1 of a century. the musty files isolated ;:Mrs.They Avenue. : luncheon at the Gainesville Golf

,That Is one reason why fair Bosses Night Banquet, FRIDAY, April 24 bride Is the daughter and Country Club recently.

.I officials are delighted that Gainesville National Apertif party honoring her Mr., and Mrs.. J. H. Cheely of
Chapter
Madeline Hill, supervisor of houseguests Mrs. Sigrun Enge- Williston and the bridegroom is Preceding, the. lunch eon,

information service and general] AreThere' Secretaries Association, 6:30 bretsen and her cousin, Miss the son of Mrs. Helen. J. Cloverof alumnae members from Ocala

,,tiles at the World's Fair of '39, p.m., Primrose Inn. Sidsel Engebretsen, both of Oslo Palm Bay. joined the Gainesville members
is back at the same task for Norway, 11:30 a.m., Mrs.
Philharmonic Society, iit for a social hour at the home
1L _ _
William M. Fox,1726 SW Eighth The double,ring ceremony was
64.But 8 p.m., Dr. and Mrs. Louis of Mrs. Perry Adams.
this blue-eyed blonde Mrs. Among the Floridians attending Stern, 4341 Newberry Road. Drive. performed before a_ backgroundof -iii
Hill who runs her huge depart- the opening of the New Luncheon honoring Mrs. Si- palms, tree candelabrum and The luncheon table was
'York World's Fair University Women's Club grim Engebretsen and Miss Sid ,
ment with .the whisper-qulet- today are adorned with
4 an
I ness and efficiency of a public .Mr. and Mrs. Edwin W. Peck, Newcomers Bridge, 8 pan., set Engebretsen, Oslo, Norway, arrangements of white gladioliand arrangementof
library is no antique. She is as 'who will return Friday. Clubhouse, West New b erry 1 p.m., :Mrs. John R. Bangs, pink carnations. efr red and buff roses and ivy.

youthful looking as the wide- The Pecks were invited by Road. Holiday Inn.Alachua i i s a Members from Gainesville at.
Music
eyed newcomers at the current I Governor Farris Bryant as County Heart Council was provided by Miss tending Mrs. Leo
THURSDAY, April 22 were Myers,
fair. :members of the official state Special Awards Luncheon, Wynyard Williams, soloist, and 2k

Soft-spoken, with a hint of her I party. The group flew to Man- Gainesville Garden Club Cir noon, J. Hillis Miller Health Mrs.-J. A. Harvey, organist chairman of the luncheon, Mrs.
Center cafeteria. Adams, Mrs. Clyde Beale Mrs.
,
I hattan and cles:
Texas origin in her speech, Mrs. yesterday were to
Hill has attend the dedication of the Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. Miss Faye Cheely ,of Miami, t Georges Dreblow, Mrs. Clark
a scrapbook preserving :
9:30 a.m., Begonia, Mrs. 2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall. sister of the b ride :.t .
served
her memories of 25 years ago 'Florida .Exhibit. as well as theopening'ceremonies as Jones, Mrs. Roy Tew, Mrs. Bar-
when she too was a wide-eyed 4: with Presi- Road Hugh C. Simmons, Kincaid Gainesville Bridge Club, maid of honor. She wore a pink bara Keller, Mrs. Ben Crowedr,
; Chrysanthemum, Mrs. 9 ajn., Holiday Inn.
newcomer at the New York Fair I dent Lyndon Johnson as speaker. Cellon R. F. D. 3 chiffon gown and pink satin tiara Miss Barbara Ayala, Mrs. W.
Ralph
I ; Daylily Regular Bridge Party,
I with tiny veil. She carrieda
of 1939. F. Moshier Mrs. Thomas El-
1 Mrs. Earl Powers Coun- ,
,
i I Gainesville Woman's Club,
Among the OF students bouquet of pink carnations.
many try Club Estates; Gardenia, I 1:30 pm., Clubhouse. lerbe, Mrs. T. M. Love, Mrs.
who have taken various jobs at George Newell, Mrs. S. G. Sad
Mrs. Charles A. Black, 1852 Garth Garnett of Washington,
the Fair this summer are: NW 10th Ave.; Palm, Mrs. SATURDAY, April 25 D. C., was best man with Dale ler, Mrs. Fred Winston and

Miss Alice' Schweyer, daughter R. H. Reisinger, 4058 NW Beta Sigma Phi, Founders' i Cheely of Fort Meade, Jose; Mrs. Charles Thomas Paula Mrs. Richard Dehoney.

W\w>t fy\ Miss Sandra
Swinford, daughterof Freese, 4145 NW 10th Street. and Nelson Robbins tiara of seed pearls.. She 1 Mrs. Clover, mother of the 'events observing International
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Swin- I '
ford Rhea 9:45 a.m., Glorisa, Mrs. St. Patrick's Annual Spring both of Melbourne, ushers.The carried a white Bible and small bridegroom, wore an aqua Reunion Day were held throughout
Miss Rita '
; daughterof John H. Davis, 1729 NW eighth Festival, 3 to 9 pm. St. Pat- bouquet of orchids and lilies of sheath dress, white accessoriesand the United States and Canada .
the Hugh Rheas Bryan Mor- bride given in marriageby I
,
; Avenue. rick's School Grounds NW Six- the valley. corsage of white orchids. by more than 41,000 members -
gan, son of Mr. and Mrs. WillI- teenth Avenue. Serving to beginat > her father, wore a gown of of Gamma Delta.
am L. .Morgan, and Bob Jen- 10:00 a.m., Gladiolus, Mrs. 5 pjn. Open to the public. white peau de sole appliquedwith Mrs. Cheely, mother of the I Following the wedding, the Alpha
,
S nings, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Alday, 1125. SW 4th B'nai Israel Sisterhood Rum- lace re-embroidered with bride, wore a beige silk shan- bride's parents entertained witha The Gainesville Alum n a e
'
Robert[ Jennings. Avenue; mage Sale, 7 ajn. to 2 pjn., At- seed pearls and made with a tung dress, beige accessories, reception in the Williston Club will meet Saturday at the

They reoorted for orientation 11:30 a.m., Magnolia, Mrs. lantic Coastline Lot. short train. Her veil was held by and a corsage of green orchids. ,Woman's Clubhouse. I home of Mrs. Clyde Beale.

last Saturday. J. C. Dickinson, Jr., 1804 SW


till from the excitement of Visiting 35th 1 p.m.Place, Daisy(Bivens, Mrs.Arm Irwin); $

.. celebrities and royalty, or Robbins, 933 NW 36th Terrace :=:: 1$1,850,000 Shopping

., zany publicity stunts, or pure 1:30 p.m., Camellia, Mrs. J. Spree

drama"I remember that went on when around King her. T.Street Lendrum; 421 NW 32nd '

George and Queen Elizabeth of
2 Founders Mrs. G.
p.m. ,
"
England came to the Fair, she
J. Schoessow, 300 NW 34th
says, her eyes bright and a .Terrace
blue as her Chanel suit. :Mrs. ; -

Hill, after learning a passable 3 p.m., Amaryllis, Mrs. AY
curtsy, acted as one of the hos- John W. Sites, 1819 SW 35th pf'

tesses. Avenue; Azalea, Mrs. Paul d

"The Queen wore a special Moore, 2234 NW 6th Place;

shade of blue made just for her. Lotus, Mrs. H. J. Babers, Sr., > .
I'll never forget how utterly 206 SE 1st Avenue; Dogwood,
beautiful I thought that regal Mrs. Frank Johnston, 326 SW CZ S 1

woman was." Third Avenue; Rose, Mrs. a.C
I Bomb Scare
SA d
t'J .3 d
There were also some
1 anxious moments among the un- Craftwork

I J forgetables., Di

Certainly the dreadful middleof Exhibit atUF i a gyp.' .rw R a
the night she summoned EI
was 8 C '}lT

back> to the file rooms was one. Fifth Annual Circuit Exhibition s
The! police had been informed of the Florida CraftsmenIs Ye

that a bomb was placed in the now on display in Bryan rk

British pavilion and Mrs. Hill's Lounge of the Florida Union.
frantic task was to locate the 0.i1
blueprints of the building as Sponsored by the Fine Arts

you're being followed quickly as possible. Committee, the show will remain } P
s Aar
:+ea
through April.
by a bow.And what fun,

wttatfashlonltist! This year's exhibit featuresa A
variety of craftwork including k k
The soft roll collar of the P\
pottery, wall hangings, jew- 4 ? )
free-falling overblouse does '* No wonder elry and fabrics.
c ;
1'rk S ,
the b ck.Add a flower-stem skirt Louis Seafan shrimp ; R d! 4
? Exhibitors for the circuit

1 MdthereyouareasummerE tastes so gqod-they showing must be accepted by v.t

E sensation In silky warp print of cook it just like two national or state exhibits E

Dacron polyester and AvrHertyon. l they do their chicken''" within the past two years. wx

Call them: FR 2 6311 Local residents represented : -
.tn orange,aqua yellow. k } F l 4
309 North West 13th St include Mrs. Olive Briggs, Mr. Y f.

4 and Mrs. Philip Ward, and ;i 4 t J
.I James E. Wing. )

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105 W. University, Ave. The public is invited to visit ;y .p
the,Union show.

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I Cramer-GOP Committee Feud Aired. in. Talk Here" ; EARL,and C. MAY

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JACK C.
JEAN'cARVER campaigning for an unpledged'to Goldwater," Insco said. 'We f to: the Democrats In this campaign

By San-Staff Writer -- :slate. !feel that Florida Republicanswant I P ," Insco said.: How can Representing
'Woman'sClublsTold.Patronag to be able to vote for a
send uncommitted slate
I The Republican State Executive Insco accused Republican you an The Equitable Life
Committee is more interested leaders of simply wanting to candidate. ]ike: that to care for the Republican
in patronage than the Part of Issue send an unpledged slate to : He attacked Pauley's contributions ] party with him (Pauley) Assurance Society ,,
party the Alachua County Republican "wheel and deal in San Fran- to Democrat Sen. Spes-I head of the slate? They're in no Phone FR 2-3576 A. r .
Women's 'Cubwas- cisco." sard Holland's campaign and ]matter what happens." .
told here yesterday.; Cramer of St Petersburg, cri- "The Florida Republican. Cramer's assistant explainedthat his buying 10 tickets to the $100- --- --' i

Jack Insco/administrative as- ticizedthe. state committee at ecutive Committee would\ rather originally, Brown and the.I a-plate dinner for President
sistant to Congressman William the local group's luncheon. control nothing.than"'be partof Pinellas congressman met late Lyndon Johnson's recent visitto
I last with Goldwater offi- Miami.
Insco charged.He year SELF PROPELLED
something,
cials in Washington and made "No one on the slate pledged
outlined..the current friction plans to file_ a,slate of delegates to Goldwater-has given a dime
GOP) Is ': : ,. ,between Cramer's camp, pledged to support Goldwater.He
County Urged which is campaigning. in the said Brown- then backed WATER and ICE TEA '
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Local Republicans were told Bounty executive committee foi. headed by State CommitteemanTom : "I wonder if Brown ever intended SUPPLY CO. 'cii I
yesterday they are "spinningyour the. Republican party J.Jacll: Fairfield Brown which are. to file a slate pledged FR 2.2186TONIGHT Ii i I
wheels" by'Congressman -nsen- told the Alarhiia fmmhi---J
William Cramer's administrative Republican Women's Club the
assistant situation was "ridiculous." I
Told there is no Alachua I
"Republicans can be elected $ 95
here," Insco said. "The split .
system worked in Pinellas ONLY EASY

People In County. Get people to split their \ TERMS
tickets here. Sell competition."

II The NewsBy He referred indirectly to the I See and Hear 4
recent grand jury report of improper -
voter registrations. E Florida's Leading Candidate PUSH TYPE $389522111dt
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 8c J.
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Milton "Apparently you have to take ;.h h.p. 4-cycle cut only engine........ .........
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Berle is convalescing at his Hollywood -what you can get here and from I /,;.. )t..' ; for Governor a
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Match 1


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was a week ago 'that a local American sports writer at- 4' : _' 1

tempted to explain the British sport of cricket And: last 1

\ Saturday there \was the match at Fleming Field between two 7.y I By MIKE RATHET kee Stadium. The Philadelphia at New York an and Billy Williams connected .

teams, one representing India and one representing commonwealth l Associated Press Sports Writer I The porch, an area in right and Washington and Minnesota' for the Cubs.

nations.It Charles Finley doesn't need a. field that reduces the dimensions games were rained out.
homers
Four of Chicago's
pennant porch. He needs a right I of Municipal Stadium,
Wagner came up in the eighth
Law. Face
off Vern
interested and there were Roy
was thought most persons were them in line with
fielder[ on stilts.Finley's bringing more with the Indians trailing 2-1 and
many, would go out to see the match and that would be it. the distances at Yankee Stadi- got the victory while Fred Nor
fielder slammed his homer far over I
right Rocky lost it
No such luck. There have been several phone calls inquiringas man
,n Colavito, had all the other um. Finley's porch. Diego Segui, the.
to how the cricket match came out. y M, equipment, a glove, spikes anda The A's looked sharp.The out- losing pitcher, had shot Kansas I Vada Pinson cracked two sin-

wedding gown white uniform, field walls were informative.And City into the lead with a homerin gles and a tripel, Pete Rose collected -

but without the stilts he justcouldn't the lights worked. But the the seventh.In a double and two singles
and Chico Ruiz hit Insid the-
porch didn't. an /
handle Leon Wagner'shigh the ninth the flashed
sbl'' lights the Reds belted
homer
yyz park as .
towering homer that trig. All Eluded again when Bill Bryan homeredfor Colts.

gered Cleveland to a 5-3 victory the A's, but Ted Abernathycame the
catch
Finley built the porch to Cincinnati starter Jim O'Toolewas
over Kansas City Tuesday night.
: on to JimGrant's
the A's homers. It was bigger preserve
The Indians' victory ruined forced to leave after six In-
originally, but didn't conform to triumph. because of bruise on his
the A's home debut and spoiledthe nings a

coming out party for the baseball rules and was whittled Capped DerbyFreese's pitching hand from a shot off
down in size.It stood there beckoning
Pete Runnels' bat and John Tsi-
4.M porch, but in no way dimmedthe three run shot
Thanks to ever-on-the-spot cricket correspondent Jagdish Sa- festivities. A few more Tuesday night but al] capped a homer derby that left touris finished up. Jim Owens
three homers hit eluded it.
luja, this is what took place. Ex-G-Man an Angel innovations from Finley and Meanwhile homers hit the two teams one shy of the took the loss.

Kansas City could have held its were National League single game Frank Lary, Larry Sherry
India team First inning. Fifty-eight all out. an Wrigley Field in Chicago
runs; Top over
own World's Fair. record. Roberto Clemente, Dick and Phil Regan collaborated on
Bob Sadfffski left former infielder with the Gai-
Kirshman the
scorer was with 17 runs. Vince Morton took four Pittsburgh defeating
G-I/en and Joe with There were these attractions: Schofield and Jim Pagliaronialso the pitching for the Tigers, limiting
of the 12 wickets.Commonwealth. nesville Koppe are handy men. Cubs 8-5 on Gene Freese's pinchhit -
the Los Angeles Angels of the American League. provided by the A's owner for. homer in the ninth inning homered for the Pirates the Angels to six J hits.

team First inning.
runs for seven declared. C. Stratton had 51, not out. Krish- Municipal Stadium: In the only other games' Rodgers, ,Ron Santo, Billy Cow- three hitless innings.

man took four of the seven wickets. The A's, dressed in their alternate Cincinnati ..
played, walloped
... uniforms of weddinggown : *
Houston 10-5 with a 16-hit attack
India team -second for .
Inning. Eighty-eight 10
wickets. Top scorers were Dinesh Mayak with 32 runs and white, trimmed.in Ft. and Detroit whipped the Los Angeles -
Saluja
!IimurJiU iIk'-- :;6t.i. !,'; Knox gold with Kelly greet 1 Angels 6.4Celtics I
with Result-Match 19, not out. Morton ended in took a draw.five of the 10 wickets. ... sleeves. Box Scores (


Now, is everyone happy? And if someone understands how ; ;;' : : ; :::. Green battery, Gold of 60 LightsA green and
HopeTo Night Game CINCINNATI HOUSTON
-.i. and three loud horns
it all ended in a draw, call us, please.Oh ; -l'v t gold lights DETROIT LOS ANGELES abrbbi obrbM
set to go off for every A's homerin abrkM abrhbi Rose 2b 5131 Kasko SS 5000
,.O. I.-'fn' Bruton ef 4210 Pearson If 4010 Ruiz 3b 0 1 1 2 Fox 2b 4 1.0
,: yes. The cricket exhibition ,was so popular and well- -. ... .,.,-. place of the fireworks the Shut Door Lumpe 2b 4121 Moran 3b 5000 Pinson cf 4231 Runnels Ib 41 1

received that another one.is planned for 2 p.m. Sunday, April : : ,-
26. If you missed the first showing, you get a second chanceto _. _.-u ..,. ., ___. _.... __. __.. ..'___ ...... .... ____ .. .,_ _____. ing.The M'Auliffe Horton If u 41 4001 21 L-Thoma Rodgers c rf 4220 3111 Johnson Skinner If Ib 3110 4121 Wynn Hertz cf 3b 2010 100 <1
see the unusual sport. outfield walls, painted On WarriorsSAN Wert 3b 5000 Simpson cf 4 0 1 1 aHarper If 2000 Beauch'p If 4 0 2 T
April 22, 1964 Roarke C 5011 Knoop 2b 4001 Edwards c 3012 Williams If 0000
green and gold and splotched Lary p 2000 Chance p 0000 Cardenas ss 4231 Bateman e 300 *
.. _.- -.,. -- -..,.- with question marks where Sherry p 00000. Lee p 0000bG. O'Toole p 1000 Owens p 000
Caught on the RunAll FRANCISCO (AP) Thomas 1110 aDees 0000 bKlaus 0000 Glustl p 0100
white lettering compared fence Boston's Celtics and the San Regan p 1 0 1 0 R. Lee p 1000 Tsitourls p 2100 Hoerner p 0000

.. ... ..._ Oslnskl p 0000 cStaub 1000
distances with New York's Yan-
--- --- - ---- -- -
Gator football coaches, excepting maybe one, are in Atlanta Francisco Warriors meet again Spring Duliba pO"p 0000 0 0 Yellen e-Bond p 0000 1004Woodeshtc

this week as high schools ,in that city practice spring tonight at the Cow Palace with cSatrlano 1000 p 000 0

football. The 1964 recruiting observing period has started. the Warriors battling to stay in dTorre Navarro p 0000 1000 Totals-Filed out 3111411 for Skinner Totals In Tttw 33514a bAn

Rosemary James, Ann Auston:, Meldee Johnson and Alice Playing on Golf Tour the National Basketball Association Totals by M pitch< II .for Totals D. Lee In 3316 2nd 3aHit out nounced for Hoerner for O'Toole In Tth In d-Ran 7th; for c--PinsonIn Struck

Murray rolled with the Mason Contractor's team which won playoffs and avoid a white- b-Singled for Sherry In thj c-Struck 8th> e-Struck out for Yellen I* tth."
out for Duliba In 7th; d-Struck out for Cincinnati ............. Mi til ill la
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the Pin Toppler's League bowling title this year. washing.Not Navarro In 9th. Houston ..............."..102101021-S

since 1959 when the Cel- Detroit .................. ill Oil 0014Angeles .
E-Wynn 2p Fox Rose. O'Toole As.
Dunn former Gator More .............. *
Jimmy assistant football coach and now Becoming Lucrative tics beat the Lakers of Minne- Us Ill 101 111-4 promonte. PO-A-Cincinnati %7.', Houston

offensive backfield mentor at ,Tennessee, is still dizzy over the apolis four straight has the final E-Moran. Rodgers. PO-A-Detroit. 27.7.Los 2713.denas.DP Rose-Kasko.and Fox Johnson and Runnels; Rose; Car.and

difference in recruiting techniques at the UT as compared with playoff been determined in the and Adcock Angeles; R.2711.Lee DP Knoop-Fregosl and Adcock Knoop; Johnson. LOB-Cincinnati 11. Houston' t.

the UP. By WILL GRIMSLEY | lapover 121 lesser lights con-' minimum number of games. Navarro 13, Los Rodgers Angeles and Adcock.7. LOB-Derolt son.28-Johnson.3B-Pinson.Rose As romonte.Beauchamp.HR-RoMrv-att.O'Toole .

Dunn told a former Gator colleague that before he PALM BEACH GARDENS fined to circuit. McAulffe. $- 2. SF-Edwards 2. Weekly
recently Second in a Series a secondary I Alex Hannum of San Francisco 2B.-U Thomas Simpson. 3B- -

even thought of signing gridder for Florida, he'd have to Fla. (AP-A quarter of a century Players in the minors would vows it won't happen this SB-Kaline. ... IP H R ERBBtO
IP H R ER II SO O'Toole W 2-0 6 4214-2
take his'slide rule and head for the principal's office to checka ago a sports columnist have to earn their way to the. time although his club trails xLary .........2 3 3 3 3 1 Tsltourls.3 3 3 3 3 4
grade At hard the fact that 14 earned Sherry W, l0.4 O' 0 0 2 Owens L, 01 .... 213632 1 0
transcrIpt. Tennessee, in comparison, it's al- up for material would players big time. two games to none. He also Regan ..........4 3 1 1 1 5 xGlustl ........313 7 4 4 1 4
most a sign 'em first, ask questions later setup. yank an old acorn out of the $30,000 and better, 40 made The idea has drawn Chance ......... 13 1 1 1 3 1 Hoerner .........1 000 t 0
.a strong said they'll win in seven even D. Lea ......... 1233 1 1 1 2 Yellen .......... 1 1 2 1 1 .J
fire and dash off a letter to more than 319,000. objection from Jim Gaquin, current though no NBA club has won a R. Lee ........... 3 1 1 1 3 1 Woodeshkk ....1 2 1 1 J J
Ostnskl 1.. 0-1.... 1-3221 00 x-Faced three men In 7th.
mothers in the land."Don't One of the strongest propon- tournament manager. for playoff after losing the opening Spring .......... 1-30 0 0 1 0 HBP-By Woodeshick. Keough. WP-Tst
Budweiser Duliba ........ 1 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 hurls 3. U-Stelner. Barllek.'PQnstellt
rear your son' to be a ents of the double tour is Fred the PGA. Navarro .......2 3 1 1 2 2 and Landes. T-2:57. A-5437.
golf professional," he would advise Corcoran former tournament di pair.Red x-Faced two men In 3rd.
"It is true that our fields are Auerbach of Boston has HBP-By Lary (Dees). WP-Sherry. PITTSBURGH CHICAGO
"unless you want him to rector of the. PGA and _now director getting tremendously large with warned the Warriors against Regan. Drummond, plMuro. Paparel ab r k bl ab r h b!
ScholeW 5221 Stewart 2b. 5121
ss
la Umont. T-3:23. A-11440.
starve to death. pf the International Golf around 220 players competing on fisticuffs such as marked the Virdon ef 4000 Brock rf 4020
Takes Win Game Clemente rf 2 21 Williams If 4111SUrgell
It sound counsel. There Night
was Association the winter tour," Gaquin said. second game in the Boston Gar- CLEVELAND KANSAS CITY If 3000 Santo 3b 3111
was only a handful of tourna abrhbi abrbbi aFreese 1113 Banks Ib 3000
that the "But believe it den when Wilt Chamberlain
Corcoran suggests we impracticalboth Howser ss 4001 Mathews cf 5000 Johnston If 0000 Rodgers ss 4111
ments. Prize money totaled no major tour be limited to 100 or to launch a minor tour and decked Clyde Lovellette with a Davalillo cf 5 1 1 0 Causey ss 3020 Clenden'n Ib 4 0 0 0 Ranew C 4000
than Wagner If 412 2 Jimenez If 3000 Bailey 3b 4010 Cowan cf 4121
more $10,000, with top prize 125 leading players with the also to cut our schedule. right to the nose. Alvls' 3b 4000 Tartabull If 1000 Mazer'skl 2b 4 21 0 Norman p 3000
In OpenerDefending around $2,000. The leading mon ; Whltfleld Ib 4000 Gentile Ib 5000 PagliYonl c 41 3 3 Schurr p 0000
Kindall Ib 0000 Colavito rf 4000 Law p 3010 bGregory 1000
ey winner made between $8,000 Francona rf 32 2 0 Charles 3b 4120 Bork p 1000
and which DODGERS THAT ISDon't Romano C 3121 Bryan c 1111 0000Totalsp
$10,000, was quickly ,
Held 2b 3000 Green 2b 4021 3S IIII Totals 35191
state champion Don Cook. The other tally came 'eaten up in travel expenses and . . Grant p 2001 Segul p 3111 I Homered for Stargell In ft*; t-
Abernathy p 0 0 0 0 Wyatt p 0000 Grounded Into force play for Schurr In
Budweiser opened its 1964 soft. In the sixth when catcher Bob I caddy fees. Only three or four aLau 1010 .oth.Pittsburgh.

ball season in City League play Erwin hit a home Cook broke better than even. Most of bwiillams 0000 .'...............IOO 1M 11 s-c
run. Take 'Em LightlyNEW Totals 32111 Totals 34 3 t 3 Chicago ................... 111 100 111-SE
last night with a 2-0 victoryover got two of Budweiser's eight the players struggled along on Lau a-Singled In 9th.Clevetand .for Wyatt In 9th; b-Ran for I -None. PO-A Pittsburgh 27-t, Chicago .

Schlitz. The game was hits off losing hurler Bill Lester. hamburger money. 2711. DP Santo Stewart and
..o010 821-S Banks Rodgers Stewart and Banks; face
played at City Park. Clint McCoy had two of Today a columnist searchingfor YORK (APPhiladelphia record of six losses in their first starts. Kansas City ............MM 1M 111-3 unassisted.; LOB Pittsburgh, 7, Chi.

In'the' other contest, Gaines- Schlitz1 three hits, both singles. a rainy day idea would be Manager Gene Mauch, seven "They are a sleep' "We just happened to get off E-None. PO-A Cleveland 2711 Kansas I coos 2B -5. Brock. Law. 38 MazeroskLHR
games. 277. DP Grant, Howser and ,
the City Stewart Clemente Santo
to tone Rodgers.
impelled change -
o
ville Wings won. from Guy Dave Bloodsworth had a double. viewing the Dodgers' worst startin ing giant right now. But you to a fast start while the Dodgersgot Whitfield 2. LOB Cleveland 4. Kansas I chorfie' Paollarpni. Cowan Williams,
Cleveland Construction Co. 4-2. Two in the his imaginary letter to the nation's off slowly" he said. "Butwe're City 10. Freese. SB-Clendenon.
bottom
runs of the Los Angeles history with extreme know they're going to wake up 2 B- Charles, Romano. HR-Segul, I

Bobby Barnes, former Jax sixth snapped a 2-2 tie and gave mothers. Playing on the caution, warned the rest soon." not going to be lulled to Wagner Bryan. SF Grant Howser. Law .............42-374413 IP H R ER BB S

the_Wings their victory. A walk golf tour has become more lucrative it sleep by their slump. We knowthey're IP H R ER BB SO Bork ............ H 1 1 1 0
mound star of the National not The made
Painters Poultry than working for General League today youthful pilot Grant W 1-0 ....... 0 3 3 4 6 Face. W, 2.1 ......2 1 0 0 1 0
tossed a three-hitter for Bud and two errors did the damage. to be lulled into false security. clear he was in no mood for a fine club and they'llstart Abernathy......1 1 1 0 1 1 Norman 1.. 0-1 ... 11S 10 0 I 4
Motors. L, 0-2 ..... .0 Schurr ..... .. 2.3. 0 0 0
welser. He fanned six. Wings scored in the first on "This is only temporary," said crowing despite his team's top playing the brand of ball watt ...........1 0 0 0 S 0 0a HBP By" Norman (Stargelt WP-
There is one problem. The they are capable of. It's just HBP By Grant (Jimenez). WP Norman 2. Balk Norman. U Burk.
Budweiser got one run in the an error and single by Chuck tour is getting too big and un- Mauch of the Dodgers dismal record of four victories. five matter of time. Grant. U Napp Rice Stewart Stevens. hart Sudol. Pryor. Secory. T-2:40. A-

second inning on a triple by Abams. They made it 2-0 in the wieldy. There is talk of break: dc T-2:38. A-28,145. 3.222.
"The worst
thing we can
. Sonny Kutche and a single by second on an error and single
ing the tour into two groupsa "
is take the Dodgers lightly
,
Unconcerned
Sam Smith. The
by losers tal-
sort of and minor Yogi
major league.
Major
lied once in the third on a homer Gene added. "That goes for another Y I
Also, some of the players, club in this league. Take
by Larry Marsh and againIn '
Star Cager particularly the more prosperous and LeaguePhiladelphia
the fifth and any one of them lightly
on an error
ones such as Arnold Palmer they'll pinch ears back.
single by Joe Unegers. About Last PlaceCHICAGO your
and Jack Nicklaus, are urging "Look what happened to the NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE

Phillips I Lyn Doverspike tossed the a curtailment of the major: Phillies last year. We took 31 1 I W. L Pet. OB. W. L Pet. G.,.
4 1 MO
Baltimore 4 1 .100 -
win, scattering five hits. Ray tournament schedule. Instead of games from the New York and I San Francisco 5 2 .714 Minnesota 4 2 Ml Vt
Burmbaugh was the loser although -45 tournaments they'd prefer (AP) Yogi Berra for the American League pennant Pittsburgh 4 2 Ml Vi Detroit 4 2 Ml Vt
,
Houston clubs in 1962. Last
yeai St. Louis 4 3571 1 ClevelandBoston 2 1 Ml V
To FloridaST. he gave just three hits chomped on a big black cigar we won only 20 from the same. MilwaukeeCincinnati 4 3 .571 1 3 2 M O 1

Schlitz 000 000 0-03 30.This is one of the headaches and with Chicago's wind blow- : "Look at this way," said Ber- clubs. It just proves what can Houston 4 3 3 4 .571 JM 1 2 Los Chlcag Angeles* 2 1 3 4 .400 333 2 9V

PETERSBURGJimmy Budweiser 010 010 x-28 ra. "How would like to have Chicago 2 4 J332V4 Washington 2 4 .333 Tti
the Professional Golfers the few strands of you
facing ing remaining happen. New York 1 4 .500 3 Kansas City 1 3 250 Wt
Phillips an AU- Lester and McCoy; Barnes and ? Would Los Angeles 14.1434 14.2003YESTERDAY'S
Association as it takes over its his hair he philosophically re- my starting line-up you Mauch was somewhat con- RESULTS New York
merica high school basket Erwin. trade it for other club in YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
new $4 millon headquartershere marked any cerned by the early,season belting Pittsburgh I Chicago S
; Cincinnati 10, Houston S Cleveland 5, Kansas City 3
"
ball player from Bishop Guy Cleve. 001 010 0-25 on Florida's gold coast. the league? of the San Francisco and[ Philadelphia at New York, Detroit t, Los Angeles I 4

Barry High School, has Burmbaugh and Lucius; Dover. Last year, players competed "So we're in last place. So Berra was unconcerned over Milwaukee hitters. Only(wet grounds game )scheduled Washn.Only games at Minnesota scheduled rain.

signed academic scholarship G'ville Wgs.110 002 z-4 3 for $2,349,000 in prize money in what. If this were the last weekof the fact that the Yankees were "They sure can throw a scare,, TODAY'S GAMES TODAY'S ,GAMES
Chicago at New York New York at Chicago (N)
with the Universityof spike and Daugherty. 45 official tournaments. Arnold the season, I might be wore in last place in the American at you," he said, "especiallythose Cincinnati at Houston (N) Boston at Baltimore (N)
Florida. ried. But this is the first weekof Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N) Detroit at Los Angeles. (N)
Palmer got the most of the loota League with a 1-4 record. Giants. They are the only] Los Angeles at Houston (N) Cleveland 5, Kansas City S

Phillips, the only Sunshine record $128,230. Jack Nick- the season." "Remember," said Berra, club in our league who can loot: San Francisco) at O'JS-iE) Washington at Minnesota

State eager named to SoccerStyleKicker laus, in second place, earned With that the freshman man- "we could just as easily have bad and still beat you. You hole I Chicago Pittsburgh at at New Philadelphia York (NCleWand at Loss Angeles. (N)

the 1964 AllAmerica'squadby 1100,040. Indicative of how times ager of the New York Yankees been 41. We lost three gamesin 'em for six, seven innings and I Cincinnati at Houston (N) Washington at Minnesota

Parade magazine although Signs have changed for the better is predicted his club will repeat extra innings." then bang, bang, bang. Los Only Angeles games at scheduled St. Louis (N) Only Boston games at Baltimore scheduled, (N)

he failed to make .

any aUstateams r plansto With Buffalo
go out for freshman bas
COMING MAY 30
'
ketball at the UF next year. BOMBERS
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP-Peter
Although Southeastern -
Gogolak, Cornell's'soccerstyle
Conference regulationsdo

not permit a player on signed placekickIng to play with specialist the ,Buffalo has

an academic' in either grant to varsity participate Bills. Outstanding Softball on Tap HereBy


football or basketball, it is Gogolak booted 54 of 55 points ... .-.A&. "

expected that Phillips will after touchdown during. his three 11 NIS NISSEN (Maggie) McGee pulling out -'" McGee will pitch for Bud- ball with Atlanta and Nash the 1963 state tourney.The .
Cornell His ] --
switch from one grant to the year career. only his hair. with! ville. schedule: rw---- 1
Editor
Assistant Sports weiser this season along
other if be shows well with i miss, against Brown in 1961, re.

the UF freshman next sea- sulted when his ball-holder Softball at its best will be Budweiser posted a fine ex-Gator Bobby Barnes and Another formidable foe for :May 2 Standard Oil of f ,t

dropped the ball. in Gainesville next month <<-10 record last season and Harold Floyd. Budweiser will be Painter's Clearwater there ,

son.The Bishop Barry playerIs Gogolak, who played soccer i In when the world's c h a mpion'Clearwater swept to the state title while Poultry of Jacksonville, boasting s
Bombers battle Team Players
6-1 and also is a fine his native Hungary, kicks the the Bombers went directly to pitching sensations Jack May 9 Atlanta Crackers
Budweiser
baseball player.. He was recommended ball with his instep. the state champion the world tournament. The remainder of the Bud Drew and Hubert Burns..
.
by Col. Everett His younger brother, Charley; team. Missing Three weiser team is composed of Former Jacksonville University hereMay 16 Chastain Restaurant i

Yon who, in turn, receiveda plays for Princeton. I It'll be the first Gainesville Budweiser is missing three Bob Erwin and Roy Poole, basketball and baseball of Orlando here

recommendation from' Dr. Winners appearance for the perennially nlayers from last year's catchers; Mickey Noble, players Roger Strickland and :May 23 Winter Haven

Clyde O. Anderson UF Hockey strong bombers when :.earn, one of which is Clear- first base; Bill Campbell, se- Darrell Leake also are members

alumnus in the St. Peters they come to town Saturday vater first baseman Bubba cond base; Gene Ritch, short of the Painter's nine. hereMay 29 Clearwater
beat Florida
Moose National
burg area. ,May 30 for a doubleheaderat Williams. stop; Prince Kendall, third Strong Teams Bombers there

To date, Florida has signed Bank 6-0 and Citizens Bank,,won Qty Park. base; and Billy Knight Son- The Atlanta Crackers and May 30 Bombers here.. T

Allen Treece, 6-4; and from First National Bank 2-1 in The local Budweiser nine Williams also is a former ny Kutsche Don Cook AI Winter Haven also should Jane 6 Standard Oil of

David Miller, 6-5, to cage hockey matches yesterday at will travel to Clearwater the University of Florida stand- Folds and Buck Benton out teams here. Orlando here
strong
I pacts. Treece, is from Terry the Boys' Club. Britt Mims preceding night for a dou- out, along with the Bombers'Tom bring The Crackers were regional June 13 Chastain Res-
Parker of Jacksonvilleand made four goals for Moose. bleheader.And Moore and Charlie Pike. fielders. '
of Orlando there
Miller from Delray Chip McChristian and Dennis those four games in Weldon Haney and Eddie Erwin,' Poole, Ritch and champs last year, and Win taurant 20 Painter's FoulBUBBA WILLIAMS 1
June -
Florida ter Haven took Budweiser 17 ,
Beach Seacrest. Jones scored for Citizens Bank two nights with the Bombers King will handle the pitching Knight are former AA innings before falling in try of Jacksonville herey. a A Bomber Nowr

.and Rusty Witt for First Nation-.I have Budweiser Coach Bill chores for Clearwater. stars, and Kendall played


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PRY Nine Rallies To Win rww Suwannee Schools PullOut I IOCALA

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to j ..1' -. "'
North Marion and competition.The Jordan said the new league tire as Williston pripcIpal at the
: I
Southern Division TitleP Williston high schools, members 1 Suwannee stretches from will not be able to function j!close of the current school year. .

.. of the Suwannee Conference for Reddick in the south to Jasper until 1965. "Well have to play Mari
The of North
departure
? many years, are pulling out to and Greenville in the north. It out our existing contracts," he
P 6..It rallied "in the Orange' Park apparently had I to work on Morris Weaver who join a new league.At ion and Williston after the 1964
has divided into Northern said, "and still have
been
they
last three innings to gain a 10-9 locked up another'win when it .had pitched a one-hitter last Ge.r0.50811 Robert Stearas a a season will leave the Suwannee
baseball win over Orange Park broke loose for seven .runs in 'week in downing PKY. Yesterday a meeting here last night, and Southern Division to ac- ,year to run." with Greenville, Jasper, Jen

last night at Harris Field and the fifth inning and a 9-5 lead. he and Barthlow gave up the two Suwannee Schools plus commodate the dozen schoolsnow Williston
Lauderdale9Daytona former West Coast Conference The principal said he nings, Mayo and Branford -
capture the Southern Division The Raiders battered PKY 17 safeties to the Wave. in it. I
members Dun n ellon, South plans to call a special meet probably the new Northern Division
in the Confer. hurlers Rob Hansen and Mac
crown
Keystone
Winning Run ing of the Suwannee in a few and Cross City, Chief-
-
enee.the. Johnson before Robert Stearns Sumter, Inverness and Crystal L. W. Jordan, Williston prin-
days to tender his resignationas land, Lake Butler New berry
Top
River form
: agreed to a new
came on in relief and slammedthe PKY scored one in the f cipal and Suwannee Conference
_Blue Wave thus avengeda league. loop president in view of the and Trenton, likely to be thea
door. Stearns fanned five to make it 9-6 and then th'l president, said "too much tra
6-0 loss to the Raiders last circumstances. Jordan will r new Southern Division.
weekend ran their season's record I in 21'3:-innings. with three more in ',the State League The departure of North Marion vel" is the reason for the switch
the went 1 The winning run came in the from the Suwannee came as: of the Red Devils. "We don't I --
to 111. Trailing 10-5, Wave
seventh and climaxed! ,an uphill By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS no surprise. The Colts, fortifiedby l have any quarrel with anyone,"! YES ONLY GOD

fight Fort Lauderdale and Daytona the merger with Fort McCoy -. he said. "But the Suwannee is ,

Gene Conley Unemployed. Tommy Stalnaker and George Beach moved to the top of the and Anthony, now have just too' far north and has usa0 j

Solley led the Wave with three heap as Florida State League:more than the maximum of 1 I traveling too much."

BALTIMORE (AP) .Gene night in making' the announce hits each. Tom Hansen, Rusty baseball teams started sortingout I boys permitted,under Suwanne et CAN MAKE A TREE!,

Conley, the longtime multiple ment. "We are going' with the Marcus, Steams and John Wieg- after the second day of playin regulations and would have had

job major leaguer, is unem younger pitchers. Conley said man had two apiece.'Solley hada the new season. II to leave the loop, in anothei Gators Seek but, Florida Pest

ployed. his arm was okay but we knew double and triple. ,,year anyway. ,:
The Boston Red Sox have The Fort Lauderdale Yankees Not Expected .
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for $1 the 6-foot-8 giant it wasn't"waived I PKY now 'will meet Fernan trimmed the Miami Marlins 4-2 Williston, however, had no I t State Title Control'sReputation .. .*,-

with_an ailing pitching arm and "I still think I can do some dina Beach, Northern Division Tuesday in a successful home :'
been to make the
an estimated $28,000 price tag. club a lot of good,*' Conley said champion,for the Keystone title. opening. This gives Fort Lau expected CAPE CORAL Florida's : ;
switch. Red Devils chose
"Conley no longer figures in from his Foxboro, Mass., home The game will be played next derdale two victories for the with The the circuit and tot I tennis team will compete in the I TREE GUARANTEES9ERVIOE

our pitchIng' plans," Manager in obvious disappointment "J Tuesday. Fernandina is unde- season and a split for first placein go new 1964 state intercollegiate tennis ASSURES &
of the involved
Johnny Pesky said Tuesday am not ready to quit yet.." feated and holds wins over Class league standings with Daytona down many long trips meet here Friday through Sun-
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: Tuesday's 11.10 squeaker over The Hurricanes will be opposedby '
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I 1/ 1 1 1 Sollty II 3 231 man across ATLANTA (AP) Only eight t --,
Brth'lw Ib-p 3000 Marcus, C 4020 hit in the bottom of the tenthon ; College in addition to the Ga. PRUNING & DEMOSSING
.. Weaver rf 2 2 01 STtirns, If-p 3021 teams will answer the call to
Whltner 4000 Dennlson 3b 41 1 0booth. a pair of walks and an Or- ball .
play tonight when the International
If 2121 Waglow 2b 4000 tors.Bill SPRAYING & FERTILIZING
11I Ecktrt, If 4110 Wtegmaiu rf 3 2 21 lando error. League begins its i Tym, No. 1 UF player, .

'r Webb 3b 2 2 01 Johnson R.Hn'sen p p 0000 1 01 1 Four clubs shared third place 81st season. will be among those seeded ,for j REMOVALS 6', TRANSPLANTING ". ": .

I Totals .... 2t > S S Totals Lett If.. 341171 2110 with 1.1 season records. Indianapolis and Little Rock: singles competition. I
Orange Park .... 0200700 S 2 Lakeland toppled Tampa 7-5 were dropped during the witei BRACING CABLING
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t State collected 11 hits off three for Daytona Beach at Lakeland, CALL 3 72-1433
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7ADPAyI 6'Y'AIi1 1 Lot Depending Phils9 Richie Allen I


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3fow fork mintt his quick bat-The ban park at Richie had_ entered organized I first heard that the Phils Although Allen won quick only so wide and it's easier

MAI/t1OI.FnGna1N THAT?HERE&HOUU Be"ONE WINS | By ARTHUR DALEY Little Rock was not one of ball from his home in the were switching me there, I acceptance as a slick fielder, for me to hit the ball than for
RlRnu WDOJ1&J.J.m A D1 FFERCNr 6Wi1lG FOR THE/-ft'm: His those midget arenas such as
2 IS AM RgONEOUS: ASSUMPTION. tne.' WWI,O K WINW ARC NEW YORK When Gepe are sometimes, found in the improbably' named town of went home.and got out paper. he looked anything but that in him to throw it over the
TWAT JS 05E7 FOR THE WOOPS HCUIP ALSO BE APPUfP TO TWf Mauch, a bold schemer, had Wampum, Pa. He got con- and his "
pencil. I planned where I seasonal debut the .
against plate
\3OHs.-tvs.PAW.&pofr novep OK A uwg cppo&retu ierc wm. minors. It was 330 feet down siderable for -
the of his sign
fROM"f1..IS'Wiro'HE DRVER-HE S'fANGE wru.RANGE completed study the line and 410 in center field wampum would be on this kind of cutoff New York Mets on a soggy Not ball
i FROM OPEN 10 close AS me CLUB ims-ms INCREASE,&vr THE Philadelphia Phils during ing, too, the bonus being esti- many young play-
CWIN&RZMA/MS' CONS1.fr'ME; ONLY DIFFERING ASPECTS ARE spring training, he started to or almost the same as Shea mated at $50,000. He startedas and that kind of cutoff. I figured -. and treacherous field. ers have so solid a philosophy.
THAT YOU HIT DOWN U&J.n.y MORE WITH TH6 IRONS ANP THAT Stadium.' But Allen still slam- switched out all sorts.of plays in Mauch is not alone in his con-
ideas. He a shortstop, to the ,
TOE BAH I5111r SUGNf.YaL1uE UP&WIN3 WITH THE PRA/ER get fancy even was med 33 homers a "I fell on my face?: he said,
At"SQ,k5 MEN TICWED eEFOR61He:W1NG WI1'H TuE WfD6S"r able to.envision his ball club year ago.He's outfield at. Little Rock,and my mind. When I reported to "when feet shot out from. viction that young Allen is on
shade under 6 feet my
K a spring training and :took over his to stardom.
sneaking up, on the outsidein now is the 26th third basemanthe way
MORE UPRIGNI. in height but is 185 pounds under me on trying to field. a .
at third,-It was as .though-Iii
the pennant race and steal Phils :have tried ,in the dribbler. Then
SASI AUYww I
with most of his weight got more em- '
as
==_ oG'f'2I'+t wt'FOR 15A ing the big 'prize from the *Mauch wryly describes it past five years. The probability played,- there 4 all my.life. barrassed on a pop-up in frontof NOW OPEN

61NG(4( ;1 favorites. But he did offer.one "from ;the belt up." His shoal' is that his successor is This reporter was in Clear- the plate. 'I have it,' I 10 a.m.-ll p.m.
-: REPFAfNGswING.., proviso."A ders are broad and he-gener- now in grammar'school some water for Allen's first exhibi- shouted. 'Take it," shouted ALL YOUR FAVORITE'BRANDS
lot will depend," he said, ates tremendous power witha where. tion game. ,He made a back Clay Dalrymple, the catcher. -
"on how well Richie Allen short, controlled swing tint "Funny thing _about moving handed stop of a scorcher Then I skidded and fell
does at third base. Want to has plenty of wrist action. to third," he said. "When, down the line that was worthyof again." e Liquors
know something? I have a I Cletk Boyer. What impressed 0 Wines
strong feeling that he'll make Such mishaps perturbed him Beer
I most was that the kid did
it big." it so easily and naturally. He not a. whit. Nothing perturbshim. PAUL'SPackage
:: The baseball season barely Train'Riding .
'( also was the slugging star'of
has left the launching pad but the pre-season period with "I look at the pitcher," he Store
the precocious Allen, a 22- nine homers, two of which says, "and I feel that he's no
year-old rookie, already is in Her SpecialtyBy were tape measure jobs. better than I. The plate is 1813 E. University Avc.
orbit. He has slammed three ,
/ 1E home runs, punched out six "He bounced one off the ; i :
1J other hits and is batting in Coke 'sign outside Connie : ;; : : : ;
J the neighborhood of .430, a JIM BECKER But Jackie is a dental technician Mack Stadium," said Mauch, r rf ] .

J most attractive neighborhood.He NEW YORK (AP) If they: in Scarsdale, N.Y., a suburban eyes glistening. "It was off

can't possibly continue at gave an Olympic medal for I city on the other side of Robin Roberts and the only :
so dizzy a pace,' of course, train riding, Jackie Peterson I Manhattan and a long way from other guy I can remember ['people drink j
but his own quiet confidencein ;.would probably win it with two Brooklyn. reaching that far was Frank >. > .
his ability to make good transfers at Grand Central Station Howard of the Dodgers for his ,,_. has been immensely shoredup to spare.A "I usually leave the office at first big league homer. Oddly
eII--./ ....__ 4 o'clock, and get the 4:20 train
by the swift getaway. girl quarter-miler, she enough, it also'was off
Every ball player who ever spends more time on the train for Grand Central," she said. Roberts." OLD

lived gloried at the chance to than on the track. Obp

Elmer Broadwell play in the big leagues. How- It's all part of the problem a NICXD11HICKORU
ever, Richie ,rejoices in the girl runner faces in these parts, STABLE. & DIGNIFIED
promotion far more than where about the only time any -
most. He served his appren one ever pays any attention to :
Shines With 673 ticeship last year in Little her is when she finishes well to Keep your Tax Assessor's
Rock, Ark., the first negro the rear of a Russian. office operating in a stable
that in } and America's Most Magnificent Bourbon -
ever to represent city and dignified manner.
Jackie is 22, the newly
organized ball. It was not the 1
Elmer Broadwell of Piggie 683 high game. Elaine Allen most pleasant experience in crowned AAU indoor quarter KEEP J. PIERCESMITH 10 !
light
Park Restaurant had the bowl made the 6-7 split Mae Hill, the world. mile "champion, a title she won years
ers talking softly last night as Jackie Craig and Mrs. Elle at Madison Square Garden be- I '
he opened his first game in the man, 5-10s. Felt Different"I fore a full house. L :10 jean mellow!

Industrial League with seven "It was one of, the few times _
strikes in a row. felt different down they ever let the girls run m (Pd. Adv.) w mas cu'iTiiHucuEBfli WISH u'noof.OLD HICKWT&JIILUI J cturuuT
Rebels there," he said sadly. "It was "
Drop front of a crowd, Jackie said. .
..
The magic .left on. a light as' though I wasn't'a human
"Usually we run our races right
tap on the eighth ball which being. I couldn't go here andI
after the ushers arrive. It was
carried only! _six pins. Broadwell Jasper 9-5 couldn't go there. I burnedup nice to run in front of some- i na ',
spared and then struck out. fora on the inside and I had so body."
brilliant 276 game. t many things on my mind that
i In I'm still surprised that I did 59.5
He followed with 207 and 190 SubGroupSanta
as well as I did. Jackie's winning time was
for a standout 673 set to top the ,
night's action. Fe defeated Jasper 9-5 "I'll tell you what it was 59.5, not particularly good by SPRING TIRE FAIR I
yesterday at Harris Field in a like. It was as though I was world standards, but she hopesto
Chuck Morris, Gainesville subgroup baseball tourney eli- playing baseball in a prison.A trim it to about 55 seconds by
Shopping Center, had 1782-06- mioation contest. fellow who does that loves this.summer, and win a trip to

246-630; and Rollie Brunelle, The win pushed the Rebels playing ball while he's at it.. Tokyo for the Olympics. in Oc- ,OPEN '
Piggie Park Restaurant; totaled But he, never can forget en- tober. :
613 on 206-204-203. into a semi-final game at 7:30 tirely that he's locked up." That's where all the train rid- ,

Broadwell's 276 was top game also tomorrow at Harris against Field.P. K.At Yonge 4 The analogy was neat and ing comes in. 7 A.M 405 N.W. 13th Street
while Piggie Park hit a 3160 series p.m. pungent. It came from the TI R E C I T'
tomorrow, Trenton and Jennings Jackie works out on a trackin
on 1086.1038.1036.Caine: $ quick mind that Richie has to of the time- To
will meet. Brooklyn most
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ville Shopping Center had 3014 go quick glove it's almost the only one avail Phone FR 2-5030

on 967-1 23-1024. The 1086 by' The winners of tomorrow'ssemifinal able in the New York area, and 7 P.M.
Piggie Park, spurred by.Broadwell's -
clashes will play at Russia BeatsU. the 'only place where she, can
big opener, was* best. 7:30 Friday night .for the sub- find other girls ,to run with. .

Miller game.Splits, 5-7 S were; Claude made Thomas by- ,Tiny 5-7- winners group' title.will Both qualify of tomorrow's for,the up. S. CagersMOSCOW pany"I like when to I have train,"some she com said. 3 I DAYS "Join The' rf est.Y. .

coming group meet. "and competition too. It's
9; Darwin Simpson, 6-7 10; Ed I (AP) An American some
Cellon, 4-0i and Steve Reuthinger Santa Fe scored five runs in men's basketball team has pretty hard work, getting in Buy The Best
condition for something like the
410. the second inning and four in been beaten on Soviet soil for ONLY
Jeanne Iceland led the Florida the fourth to cement its victory. the first time in seven years of Olympics when, and have it's a little easier At Tire City"

National Bank League it Blanton started on the mound U.S.-U.s.S.R. competition.The you company.

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178-214-142 534 effort.'per %111 Richard Johnson led the the feat Tuesday

was top game. : I winners' seven-hit attack with night, defeating a touring AAU Diamond
Mary Culbreath had a .523 two singles. Two double plays club, 82-65, before a turnaway Superlux Nylon

and Liz Elleman rolled 506. Bad kept the Rebels out of troubleas crowd of 16,000, including two e

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.Y4. J ..JCkt y41'v49 is' Earl Faircloth 'Comes Home'








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ry Sun Area Editor _. Att'y General Ifopefiil.Hits not in politics. "I practiced law I aD training,* e x p erience and

BRONSON '- Attorney gen- with pepper> not pojitics.t'said ; c )mpetence.Jg. .'

eral candidate Earl Faircloth Faircloth. "My opponent 4 ..
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a cheering crowd of about 1,500 Bryant and not much law practicing lawyer as attorney
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wellwishers, including his former man) uauae.repper, w nos e I ponent m the May a>> primary. with anyone. "
L-- fellow Levy Countians and name (Faircloth said) is being He said when he graduatedfrom practiced politics principally.
supporters from neighboring used by his opposition as 'if ,it the Law School at the Uni- The young Miami attorneyand Faircloth said that the attorney -

counties were a "scurrflpus epithet.Reminisced versity of Florida, he had no state representative f rom general sits on many Cabinet -
Dade County. said that he was
boards and commissions and
Speaking at an "Earl Fair- father uncles or cousins who
of the days of ,
R cloth Day" rally here the young his youth in Levy County'("it aH were practicing law, so he accepted -not had about to him."Whatever'bite. the hand" that that in this capacity, if he is
the offer of Claude Pepper helped elected, he would try to bring
attorney general hopeful, who began here"), his attendance at .
was born in the Judson area of Chiefland High School and his to practice with him in Mi- is. said about home the realization that Flori-

Levy County: work in the Future Farmers of ami. Claude Pepper," Fare lot h da must have a top flight education -

-Made his pledges to the America, of which he eventually "Now," said Faircloth, "my said "you will have to admit. system if it is to continueto

people of Levy County listingan became state president. opponent is trying to use this that he'was a pretty good coun- attract the space industry to
Faircloth "
I\ :apd Friends "A-I" educational systemfor After a lengthy reminiscenceof against me"and is making all try lawyer. the state.

the state as his first priorityof his Levy County residenceand sorts of innuendos concerningmy Faircloth emphasized that he He said that as attorney gen
; ish s who rallied around zlorney general candidate Earl Faircloth work, if elected. the inspiration it provided, association with Claude had practiced law for 14 zears eral he would do the legal work

itCron on :J sterday included O. C. tfarkham (right), of Dunnellon; J. A. -Defended his former 1 a w bun Faircloth launched into his Pepper." .in all the courts in the state. this office is supposed to perform -

M-kha W liston, and (barely vis'/ e over Faircloth's shoulder) State Sen. practice association with formerU. attack: on incumbent attor n e y Faircloth said he practi c e d I He said the attorney general is and save the state hundreds -
Eer t her f the 21st District. (Sfr photo by Buzz 1\Iixso'L S. Senator ( and the chief for the state
now Congress- general James Kynes, his op- with Pepper for three years lawyer of thousands of dollars in

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USIN SSEVIEW MARKET Construction UnderwayOn Faircloth bond issues.concluded his talky

saying, "I would be less

I REPORT than candid if I did not tell you

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New Hospital ever receive would be the support -

of Levy County.

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Unchanged ......r.. ....r..,, 266 By HAROLD 'HUMMEL are ready for installation.Bids EEG. was master of ceremonies for

Total Issues .. .. ____ Dr. Russell Wilson who's
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1,356 Sun Staff Writer on some building the the Bronson
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I leaders' New 1963-64; Highs 65 Construction work has startedon will be opened May 5, completing his training as a High School grounds and introduced
Request I New 1963-64 Lows < 30 Alachua General Hospital's Clarkson said. neurologist at the J. Hillis Mil- Faircloth.

new psychiatric ward, Administrator He said ,that furnishings and ler Health Center, has pur-

I i TODAY'S DOW JONES Edward H. Clarkson trained psychiatric personnel chased the diagnostic machinefor

TI followfn market Quotation \\I Prev. Close Components 1st Hr told the hospital's trustees yes- also are being studied for the use in his practice here in BeverageAgent
equested s Ically by reader unit which is scheduled to open Gainesville.It'll .
tS Sun fh an page The quot*. STOCK LISTINGS 826.45 | IndusL I off 2.04 terday.
I are turni by Pierce Wul- late in the year. be put in the hospital so
e.i n. Murphey vestment Service II 197.84 I Rails I up 0.67 The board approved releasing : In other business yesterday it can be used by hospitalized May

139.63 | Util I up 0.22 5,000 more for work being doneon 1 the trustees heard more about patients.It'll.
i WYUKK. SICKEXCHANGlf Rayo r -1.0o 'utam Growth be the only EEG in
-- 38Y4 ------- 15,75TV the unit.Itlrtost their exploding floor. It shouldbe

Rexa ,. ..-,..-._., .50b 44T/8 & Elec. _.__.-..._._.. ., 8.23Value 288.03 I Stocks I off 0.09 about $50,000. fixed soon, Clarkson told Gainesville except for ones at Face PrisonTAMPA

Abbot ,ab 0 1123; Reyn etl ...,. .50 42 Line Inc. ..,, _,,. 5.68 5,760,000 | Volume 1,480,000 The psychiatric unit will ben them. He said repairs had been the Health Center. Patients cur-

Allied m .-.. .... 54Si Rich err --- ...,. 1.00 46% e1lingtonfund -- -- w,,.... 15.05 the west wing of the fourth delayed because of problems in rently must be referred there (APA state Beverage -

Amer i Pt _____ 82'A Late Morning floor of the old hospital building finding matching tile. for EEG testing. Department undercover
AmE Pow -...-....1 b 41' R Cola 1.20 74 OVER THE COUNTER which hasn't been used for A special batch had to be And Wilson will be the only agent who helped solve a $70,000

Amex ika la 531 Roy utch ,_ 1.13g 42% N. Y. about three years. manufactured.When neurologist in Gainesville -except whisky hijacking case faces a
Amer ome ._ ha 66' Sear( GD .90 6234 Jico Land 73' ListingAllisChal To be used as psychiatric it arrives probably for ones at the Health Cen possible 17 years in federal prison -

Amer Fdy 19' Sing ._,., 2.00 94'/ A lIner Fidel Life 2144 section, the wing must be com- late this week it will be usedto ter. His EEG will be used in di- on charges involving counterfeit -
Smite KIn ... _._. 1.203 64 pletelyrenovated. Clarkson said replace tile in the hospital agnosing nervous disorders by money.
Armc t1 3 75 A lIner Heritage .-..... 19th 18% Int Nick 811A
Atch ka ___..1 28 Sou al Ed _.. 1.05 31% },lIner Nat. Ins. -.......... 24' Alcoa 81 but Pap 33% yesterday most of the old walls kitchen that has popped loose measuring electric impulses in The agent was identified as
St Cal ..........2.00 of the' brain.
63'/8 have been removed and from the floor.Hospital sections
Baud ombjfo ..-..., 0 36 A lIner Pion'r Life -_-.. ._. 6% AmAir 48% Jones&L 75% con- John G. Gray 34, a former'aim
Baxte 2.4 St 0 Ind 2.00b 10% rnheuser Bush ..-.._....... 50 Am Brk 52 KaisAl 41% crete and steel reinforcements officials aren't sure The trustees also: Beach County constable

Beclf i In _. .....-. _.57 Ster Drug ., .65 ,29 Anodyne 4%I AmBdPar 36% Ken'cott. 82% what caused the tile to loosen. -Approved spending of $143- I I and former Hillsborough County
Texan Uti ..........,, 1.20 old. 859 March of this
Beec f S .... ........ 1. 473L 57 Citizens: Bank -..-...- 35 AmCan 43% Lig & My 82% It's less than three years during year. deputy sheriff.
Textron 1.40 42' Florida Atlas And it's the second time that a -Okayed spending up to $180-
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TideWater .. .:..-.,..... 31% large section of the tile has 000 in May. have
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Brow II : : AmMot family
hoe -.... .-. 3 92 Mag & Pb 14 16 Lorillard 48% Gray
Trans W A ....... list of chari t
BruivichCamJl ...._...-, l0 4036 Dun & Bradst. .......-,,. 65th AT&T 142% Mag'vox, 39% Makes Debut come loose. -Approved a y been placed under armed guardin
} S w.. ........ %.4 38 Union Pac .1.603 41'l Firs West. Fine. .-....... 15%I AmTob 35%' MplsHon 126% The first time was about a .services offered to indigents last a secret location because of

Cartipdt.- 1.0 20 Und Air.L I.SOb 53' Florida Gas .,- ....,.. ,,,,,.. 11% Ampx Cp 16% MM&M 67 year ago. The recent looseningwas month of $6,506.Tiansferred. threats on their lives, accordingto
Case I 20 Upjohn 1.00 503$ F'1a. Nat' Bank..........., 61 Anaconda 43% Mohasco 13% At NY Fair on a different section of the $542 from the Beverage Department Director
War Lamb ,.. ... .70 29V floor than the first one. trustees account to a general
CessnAir 1. 281 'la. Tel 26 Armour 50% Mons'toMont 74%! Richard Keating.
ChesVip 4. 71 Worthinton 1.50 40% orrest Labs ............: 23th! ACL 1B+ Wd 38% In other business the trustees fund for renovation for use in Part of Gray's past recordwas

Coas PasCombbg .-. ..._.. Xerox 9336 Founders Life _._ 9%I Babcock 59% Nat Dair 75% Coinciding with the opening of began planning where to put an remodeling two small sectionsof revealed Tuesday by the

CBS 1.8 47, I Zenith' 1.20a 79% Franklin Life ......._._.,.. ., 567(8 I B&O 46% Nat Dist 27% the New York World's Fair, electro encepholopraph EEG. the old hospital. Tampa Tribune which said Gray

] 1.2 271 II I i AMERICAN STOCK Great; Amer. .............. ...... 16Varolier L Beth Stl 36 N.Am Av 50% where the "Atlas of Florida"will was sentenced to five years in
Cone llsConU 18 1/|/ EXCHANGEAerojetGen ; 45*I BoeingBorden 46 PenneyPaRR 32% be on display and sale the prison March 6. He had been

JlContl 243 Gulf Life -- '_ 57%, 73% 32% new Atlas is being published today Candidates Gear charged with causing $187,000 in

I ... ...,._.. 2. 57 w.. ... .. ...- 36% Ierff Jones Brunswk 10% Pep Cola 50%! by the University of Flori- counterfeit bills to be transported

ContrlU 9511 Analex Corp 30% I tome Insurance ._......-, 64 Ve B CaterTr 61% PhillPet.RCA 50% da Press. from West Palm Beach to

Corn Pt Aqua Chem. 18% fax l.Unit Mkts. ----- 5% Celanese 67% 34% Tampa.

Delta A .,, 1.6 6911 Aurora Plastics 35% Kennasaw Life ....-,,...,,, 13V Chrysler 47 Rep Stl 45% University of Florida President For Final Blitz Earlier according to the -

Det StetEmersoni,,,.. .., 1,4 Barnes Engineer ..........._. 22% Life: of Fla ,...-...._._..._, 4% CocaCola 127% RevlonRey 37% J.Farris Wayne Reitz will and Qov-visit I Grav had been sentenced paper to

? l 4 Butler Shoe 836 I/wes Company T...,,._,.,. 19 Con Edis 86% Tob 49% ernor Bryant 12: years hi prison on charges
Advance Distributors Inc.
Fair Can .. .. 2% Chromaloy ..r.- 14% h electron 14% P % .,
,. mgo -- Cont Can 47% StReg 33 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS projects as governor would be involving nearly $70,000 in bogus
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Jim Walt. 1 1546 Cinerama ..--. 10% tort Guaranty Ins. .,........_ 33% Dow Che 73% Seaboard 46% the Florida Pavilion today to the heretofore un-
Computer Sci ..._ 233 where the book is on display .. Six Democrats and three Republicans develop
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Finanl Ft. ';8thJ8 --.L SW Air 493' duPont 261V4 Sears 109% commercial and indus bills.Gray
Cutler Labs A _. _........._ 18% and sale. geared up today to tapped appealed both convic-
Fst Chart,_ 1 iI chlitz Brewing .,,,-.._....... 50% EAL 36% Sinclair 46% trial potential of trade between
Fla E Cs 1034 Data Control 41Va 4 Life & Tr. ._.._ ,._ 53 Even before its publication, open the throttles wide on the tions and was free on appeal
|,-,,,.,,._, >ecur. .1.111. % E. Kodak.128 Socony 71% I Florida and Latin America.
Food Fain 223 4 Fulton Inds. ----- --. 9% outhern Nitro. _....,,_..17% Firestone 397/ SperryR 16% the new Atlas earned more acclaim massive final blitz of campaign The verbal feud between Sen.I. bonds while working as an undercover

Fmc Corp,,,,,. ,.,,,1 5736 Gen Develop 4%- travelers Ins. 51% Fla Pw 47% StBrand 77% than most books enjoy faa I ing before the first primary that John Mathews and Mayor Hay' agent for the beverage
Gen Tele 4--" 3H. Mackey Airlines ........._.... 7 StO NJ 85% 'lifetime. Governor Farr; is traditional in Florida politics. department.A .
J N Y S E Most Active Fla P&L 73 don Burns both of Jacksonville, said
Stocks
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Mead Johnson 2 207/8 has called it "the most '
Ga Pacifi \ b 6'17/ Ford 58% Studebak 8 Bryant
Pac mv Tel __ 234 Comp. VoL Close Changes ; ten days leading up to the weekend continued as they scrapped for they knew of Gray's record
Getty Oil ,...,, Og 24 Frmst Da 10% Swift 46% significant volume on Floridaver
226,600 Curtis Pub 11% off 2% the 5)) hometown votes. when he was hired as an agent.
4tY. before Tuesday (May
Grace Co 4 i b 56Y Philips .Elec. :
.. .,, Frept Sul 36% Texaco 77% published. Mathews touring Hillsborough]
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Redwing] Carriers 224,000 Chrysler 46% off 1% election day to be crucial in The department declined to give
Heine Curt 0 22% Kendrick
Frueh Tr 31% Thiokol 15% Baynard reviewin
220,100 Tex Gulf Sul 40% off 2% : their efforts to sell the voters on County, said Tuesday Burns was more information.
IBM _._ .00 590 :Ric Group 8% : Gen Dyn 27% U Carbid 125% the Atlas in nearly a full-page. making charges againsthim
Int Min C Oa 7146 :Sperry R. Wts ............ .. 7% '116,400 Sperry Rd 16% unch Gen El 86 Unit Airc $5%. story in the Tampa Tribune their candidacies. new Gray was instrumental in solving
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in violation of the state
91,500 Ford Motor 58% up % At conference in Tallahassee last week's hijacking of $80,-
Int Tele 5914 :Syntex 72% Gen Fds 89% Unit Airc 45% said: "So who needs such ar; a press which banned new charges within
I 73,100 J I Case 13% up 36 Fred Dickinson of West 000 worth of Scotch whisky in
Elec. 24%
KelloggLehman_ 03 421Ja Tampa Gen Mills 38% Un Fruit 21% Atlas? Well outside of schoo I
67,400 RCA 34% off % 18 days of the primary.
Palm Beach announced he Miami. At least five persons
Cp t_ .34e 293' Tech Measur.18th Gen Mtrs 81!. US Steel 563' children businessmen, in. Mathews said Burns accused
56,300 Fairb Whit 5% up th would follow that tradition by have been arrested and chargedwith
Litton In 1'98f 67th'TWA Wts..w.-.. ... .....- 23% Goodrich 57 Univ Mat 13% .
j vestors scholars builders, li him of killing a redevelopment
__ 54,500 East Airline 37% off 3% speeding up his stumping for grand larceny in the case.
S CM .00 2341
Lone Valspar
Chi Pneu 36% I Goodyr 42% WestgEl 34% braries retirees state agencles project because a law partner
54,400 up the Democratic nomination. Gray and his family started
Marsh Fld 1.60 41 Mutual funds
Martin M 1.00 183 53,900 Cont Air Line 24% off % Greyhnd 59% Winn Dix 31% tourists and people abl< In all sections of the state, owned land nearby. Mathews receiving threats when it was

McG Hill .60a 33 MUTUAL FUNDSINVEST1tENT 44,900 Getty 24 off 1% Gulf Oil 55% Woolwth 84% to read words of two syllablesor the candidates were bearing I said he supported legislation for learned he and other beverage

Mead Corp- 1.10 493. ,CO. 44,700 Am T & T 142% off 1% Int Harv 71 look at pictures, for a moment -, down on alleged weaknesses oi f: the project but got no help from department agents substituted a

Merck ._ .%.00a 1141r2 43,400 Elec & Mus 7% up V I can't think of anyone their opponents and the strengthS > ; the Duval County legislative del. $3,000 payoff for the whisky instead

Nail Airl... .80 48% Affiliated Fund 8.79 42,000 Transistron 6% off % Bus Drivers The "Atlas of Florida" wa:S their personal platforms. egation. of the $10,000 agreed to

N Y Centl .. .50g 36% Capital Life & Gr. 10.34 Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks written by the internation all;y Miami Mayor Robert King: Mathews also said Dickinson with the hijackers.

Nia M Pow 2.00 5134 Divers Growth 9.94 70,400 Wilshire Oil 3% up % Being HonoredAlachua famous artist-cartographer Dr'. High speaking at Fort Walter I was, changing tactics in mid- Gray, who became friendly

Norfolk W_. ._ 6.00 127 Dividend Shares 3.75 43.800 Home Oil A 17% up 1>> Erwin Raisz and by Dr. Johi tl Beach pressed his qualifications i stream. He said Dickinson once with the hijackers, offered to

No Ind p'S .. 1.48 5744 Dreyfus 20.55 43,100 Syntex 72% off }. County school bu s, R. Dunkle. It was prepared ihe tl as a trade booster with LatinIf I called for a united Sunhine buy the load of stolen whisky in

No Nat Gas .. 1.80 553 Fidelity Capit. 11.50 39,100 Fargo Oil 2% up 36 drivers will honor two of their, Department of Geography o America. State but was now pluggin order to trap them for the de-

Olin Math ... 1.20 4636 Fidelity Fund .._......... 17.83 38,800 Kaltman D 2% unch hers ..tll su r the University of Florida. High said one of his major. himself'as a south Florida boy partment.may .
II G 2.50 98 Fidelity Trend ............ 19.03 retiring mom u. PPe
Owens Fund'tal Invest ....:_.._._ 10.92 ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS tonight at 8 o'clock in the Ala-
E 1.00 3174 '
Pac G & Purchases ....._.. 478,427 chua City Park.
,.: 2.4Q 59% Income of Boston ---- 8.42 New
Pac Lting Sink'GrowlsforDirtfa
.Short Sales -'- 4,700 Retiring after 32 years serviceis I
Pac T & T 1.20 30!. Incorporated Inc ______ 9.83 .
Other Sales 451,773Total Mrs. Inez Mack of Micanopy..
Keystone K-2 _._...,_ 5.67
1.20 14%
Pan Amer Keystone S-3 16.88 Sales ......_....... 456,473 Mrs. Ithiel Hunhicut of High _____ __ _____ ._. .. ___'L .. __ u'L_ ..LI. L____ _____..1 ___ '_L1_
Parke .: 1.00 30 WINTER HAVEN (AP) reach the water lame. A
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2.00 17% Keystone 4.83 PREVIOUS DAY'S Florida's latest sinkhole swallowed east ;e-tigatcid; underground Florida in the past month, pool will form in the bottom.
Life Investors .........,..... 21.06 service.
Perkin Dam. 413,80a STOCK MARKET ] eight truckloads of fill, streams appear to crossthe Edwards said. "Where ever you In some of the caverns, the
Life Stock Fund ._,_.. 8.12 482 Both will receive engraved
.4711. Advances .
Pfizer underneath water is it
I and growled for more today. region.U. I have limestone ,you moving. Occasionally
Phelps 3.00 691r21 Mass. Inv. Stock 16.43 Declines _- 608 silver trays. The State Highway Patrol S. Highway 27 near Bron- are going to have limesinks. comes to the surface such asa

Polaroid .20 1603' Mass. Inv. Growth 8.741 closed the Winter HavenWaheneta son in north Florida was blocked Limestone dissolves if you giveit Silver Springs. If the under-

Pub Sv E c.L12.60 7631 Pioneer Fund _______. 5.70 Stock ProposesCustomer road again and road repair! several weeks ago by another lime." ground water is flowing fast

Pure Oil ,1--- 1.60 44% Puritan Fund ..,...,?,r -.. 9.71: Exchange crews headed anew for the. small sinkhole.So enough, the limesink cannot be
underlies' most of
.16 ? far however the wily Limestone fiDed/The water will
scene. 1 carry away
s'ijCIFLASHES Protection PlanNEW They took care not to get too, things lost were some shrubs Florida. n.was formed* during the dirt

. close while "growling" still swallowed up at a nursery near periods when warm seas spreadover
the peninsula.' The lime- Investigators said there was
l\IAfIffi\\ YORK '(P-The New proach the exchange said. could be heard from the restless here.
stone underneath the Miami some evidence that water was
I
York Stock Exchange today an-I Ira Haupt an old-line brokerage cavern area 10 to 20 feet below There has been nothing tomatch
believed than flowing underneath the Dundee
(AThe Among other openers SOO area is no more
NEW nounced a proposal for providing firm was swept under by I the surface.A the story, probably legend
stock m t moti unevenly Line rose Ts to 30H on 2,600 the court-aired demise of Allied! six-foot-bole opened Tuesday about the farmer and his 100,000 years old. sinkholes.
acti shares New York Central upnto $25 million to aid cus- One of the most widely told
mode 4'Y Fading atlipped ; gained both mule who supposed to have:
in today. H at 37% on 1,300 General tomers in case a member firm Crude Vegeatble Oil Refinin morning blocking traffic on were Northern Florida is dotted stories about limesinks and un-
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the o p ; under the way Ira Haupt Corp. last falL lanes of the busy highway. After disappeared from sight many with( limesinks. Lakes formed in
f most stocks Dynamics lost % at 27% on goes 1 cotton derground rivers concerns a
Chawere the road's underpinnings appeared years ago while plowing a A sizeable hole opened
2,000 j and Gulf Oil gained H at & Co. did last year. The exchange provided $9,500 Florida. some. up man who fell to the bottom of a
to have ceased crumbling 1 field in north west of the University of Florida
calls for building
locks in Mn'ricaii 55% 2,500. The proposal aid customers at sink where he was caught in
tn 000 to Huupt however
0 isn't
loads of rock and dirt It impossible, and has
eight recently
e & F up An- rican Cyanamid advanced up a $10-million primary that time, and ordered studiesto Richard A. Ed- campus the current. He paddled along in
water- according to Dr.
e into the of about 12
at 1, n 3 r sh ; MMn to 63% on 2,000 shares. fund over a period of five years see how this problem could were dumped at the dropped to a depth the wandering stream beneath le
lined inverted-funnel type hole wards, geology professor feet. It is about 200 feet in di-
p ham e, off at $4Z'non Also Ion 2,000 shares Radio I to be supplemented by a $15- be handled in the future. of Florida. the earth for some time.
e 2, d dar d it (New Corp. was unchanged at 34%. million indemnity bond or standby and highway 655 was reopenedto University ameter.As I Eventually he found himself
f f 3' at Ward and Parke credit, said the exchange The $25 million would be in traffic at 3:15 p. m. "If you were standing over alimesink
Jet 863u'a 2,500.B Mo tgomery I certainly could dir the limestone disolves it caught in a great swirl He
another ,,
$10-million blanket About 3 a. m. today you I
president Keith Funston. addition to
ck opened of Dav'were unchanged. Sears thought the end was near until
4,100 I said. "Sometimes sometimes forms a cavern.
share P 4' It 107.S Roebick gained % Bethlehemwas l Final details and a vote of the bond the exchange maintains to sudden sag made the road impassable the appear limesink, he develops suddenly. When the roof of this cavern he spotted light and popped to

Rangy was wMangedat rff \4. membership are rqeuired before cover fraud Funston said. The once more. collapses so does the earth the surface near a favorite fishing
.
1 n 5,001 shares.ghouse Ye erday the Associat e d I the proposal would take ef funds are to enable the exchange The sinkhole was, five miles i obvious above it, leaving a hole. spot. It was three miles from
Electric of 60 stocks w as i feet. The Board of Governorshas to act in any insolvency south of Winter Haven. Two I There is no explana it the sinkhole.'I .
j Pressunch average is shallow
1 tion for the unusual number of If the cavity __
he said. weeks three such holes
4+ on 4,600 shares, ged at 306.4. approved the general ap-regardless: of cause, ago ap-
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'For Merit ....._ ;. \ ;' QUANTITY RIGHTS REERVED--PR 1 CES GOOD THRU APRIL 25TM

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ScholarshipsThe ;
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ship Corporation today named .: 100 EXTRA STAMPS I,EN

some 1,625 outstanding students YOU BUY
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winners of four year Merit CE '
ONE 4LS.
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scholarships to the college of s SWIFT CANNED HAM 42 +

their choice. PREMIUMREG. .

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There were no locator area .,> ,I.
schools represented In the selec

tion of the 1964 Merit scholars. j

John M. Stalnaker, presidentof

the NMSC, said this year's
list of winners is the largest in fl sTOa .

the nine-year history of the nationwide -

competition.The I EP Colonial] Brand Quick Frozen
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scholarship awards, rang 1 1 / n '
ing from $400 to $6,000 for four 69< COPELAND COUNTRY LINKSausage" ; LARGE CUT-UP

years of college are. sponsoredby 5 9x "
220 business corporations, CLOSE TRIMMED

foundations, colleges, unions, REG. 45< SUNNYLAND FRESH PORKSausageLB.39

professional and individuals.associations, trusts Sirloin Steak LB.88! ENS


Sears Roebuck F o u ndation CLOSE TRIMMED .
25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PALMETTO FARMS

t leads in sponsored the number to of date scholarships with- C 0 I e SlaWI-lb.Cup Reg.39 t 9 I- T-Bone St ea k LB. 880 BAKING

530 followed by International STEWING tB 2 5 ,
Machines with 321 and ;
Business i
50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW CHIPPED' BONELESS CHICK. SALAD -
State University, 298.
Michigan
394Pkp '
Florida's high schools produced Beef0RHAM3 :. 51. Round Steak. LB.88 CASSEROLES
40 winners, Cocoa H igh and ,

Plant High of Tampa leading FRESH BOSTON BUTTS
with three merit scholars each. BONELESS ROASTSirloin 100 EXTRA STAMP$

Last year six county students Pork Roast IB 39, .
made it to the finalsthree Tip LB. 88, WHEN YOU IUY ONE 5-LB. PKG.

from Gainesville High, two fromP. 5-Lb,,r$95

K. Yonge, and one from BONELESS Groun,Beef Pkg.
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Hawthorne.This .

year six made it to the Round Roast. LB. 88, i 'i
SUPERBRANDFlorida
semifinals. They are Daniel A. .

Bowles, Michael L. May, PaulA. Fresh All White BONELESS 1 100 Ero Top Value Stops -

Sears and Jay Stevens, all of: With T$Coupon and Purchase

GHS and Olive Coin and Clar- Rump Roast LB. 88* ONCtJVK POUND PACKAGE

ence Newberry of P. K. Yonge. L 9 e. EGGS ttound Beef

Annual competition for the LEANER FRESHER (PLUS 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON) oegp THRU APRIL 2ITM

scholarship three hour awards qualifying begins test witha in Ground Beef. 51 95 a AT''NYWINN.DIXIIDOZ

September. Highest scorers in : I

each state become semifinalists. ;

Finalists are selected on the ., -
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basis of a second test and academic 7 .. .I I" r

and personal records.

GRADE "A' .
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MeetDr. Samsonite '- T- -r -- -' "
Engineer> i R- ; ; i
F .DZENFG01
M. R. Donaldson, associ- TABLE Q ? :

ate electrical engineering professor ,
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at the University of FlorIda ; !;n1.t* I ON SALE AT I

will direct the student program 19 HI-ACRES CONCENTRATE ORNGEJuice
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at the May 4-6 annual t';, :::r ---;:;;.;::;::.:..':=:mm::::::::: I
m, ":;::mm:: 6Jz.Cm.
of 5fi Extra Value 4
conference of the Institute, Top Stamps' t ,.
Electronic and Electrical Engi- WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of i il t1 '.

neers in Clearwater.More THREE fKf. FROZEN -S s. j..:' mr: : r. PACER SLICED STRAWBerries-

than 400 engineers ,and White Acre Peas Rationally mf! a igg' 10-oz. S
all the
their wives from over
AJvtrtiwt
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GOOD THRU : img E 5
APRIL ZBTH :.
U. S. are expected to attend."The :::::::.. ::::: Pkgs.t .
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ATANYWINNDIXIEWTKTMB .. .
Department Division of of Agriculture Plant Industry.will receive State t -I1 Y'" ;:mmm::::1:::.:..:..::...::::.::-::-:.:-:................:.:-:.::-:-::.::::.:.::.:::..::f:1ili.:..:.:..:-.::. MORTON ALL FLAVORSCream'

sealed bids at Room 508. SMQte BulW- ;
ing Gainesville. Fla. no later than U lilt Ihelfltn; for itwinjMomlout Family!
A.M.. Wednesday April 29. 194*. for 1" for'Ivnchtont PBS
t"-. application ol granular Insecticide I I SIM /
/ Sing I. engine aircraft. Applications Practical far hOMework
to 56 start localities about ,Way In .1st counties at approximately of north- 51 Extra TOP Value Stain WITH S2S WORTH and do-Jt-yowwU MORTON BREAD
west Florida. covering approximately COUPON AND PURCHASE Of '. ni/nt for TV tnock
48.539 acres (plus or minus 50 percent .
). Interested contractors may re 'I'y Value :: 1 Dough 3'f; 4
quest a copy of the detailed" contract Two PESe. FROZEN AN-REDI Reg. $6.95 w 'rM lor w4
from J256)the 4:15.Gainesville 22 office. Breaded Oysters Jllaylng

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. GOOD THItU APRIL 21TN tAT .. ..
IN FLORIDA.IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. ANY WINN DIXIE tM tt.-L -I.. -;- :."WI' ,... "', a .

RE: Estate of tj i
MARY R. PHIFER. -

NOTICE Deceased TO CREDITORS.All .
creditors of the Estate of
hereby MARY notified R. PHIFER.ana required Deceased to file are SAVE 20* GOLD MEDAL LIMIT 1 WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE

any claim or demands which they may 50 Extra Top Value Stamps X
have against said Estate In the Officeof
the County Judge of Alachua County WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF LB.
Florida. In the Courthouse at F Iou 5 3 9, .
Gainesville. Florida within six U) Two Pice*. FROZEN GOLD KINOOnion r BAG A
calendar months from the date ol the .
first publication of this notice. Each Rings
claim or demand must be In writing
and post must office state the address place of of the residenceand claim- GOOD THRU APRIL 23TK SAVE SYzt VAN CAMP LIMIT 3 WITH 5. ORDER OR MORE 3'
ant and must be sworn to by the claim- + AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
ant his agent or his attorney or It 3
will become void according to law.: 300
-WILLIAM H. CHANDLER Pork & Beans 9
William Executor H.of Chandler the Estate as of ,., Con s
Mary R. Phifer. deceased.
M031 4:1. t. IS. 22 ,

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT FLOR IN 50 Extra Top Value Stamp* SAVE P/fc* EACH, CHEK ASSORTED FLAVORS SOFT
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY
IDA. IN PROBATE. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
IN REI S Pole I BEAPLarge
f
ESTATE OF MARJORIE MONROE ONt Pna. FROZENBryon's 12-0%.

NOTICE ODOM Deceased.OF FILING PETITION FOR BarQue Drlenks i 1 5 Cons. r

FINAL DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR G.T..b'OLII
Notice Is hereby given that I have AT ANY WINN DIXIE
filed my final returns as Executor of t SAVE 10< DEEP SOUTH 9
the Last Will and Testament of MAR.
JORIE MONROE ODOM Deceased 2 LBS. 2
that I have tiled my petition for distribution -
and for final! discharge and r
l Honorable that on May H.K H.MM.McDonald I will apply County to the Mayonnaise QT. 39,

Judge of Alachua County. Florida for
approval of said final returns and 50 Extra Top Valae Stamps 1
for an order of distribution and for final
discharge as Executor ol the Last Will WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
SAVE 5% EACH FARLEY CANDY ORANGE
t and Testament of Marori| Monroe Od- II Celery 2 ....
om. Deceased. April 9th. im. ONE 24-oz. JAM DEEP SOUTH
t -*- E. COVINGTON JOHNSTONE. .1
Co vino ton Johnston. Strawberry PreservesGooo I 1Y2.lb.
as Executor of the Last Will THRU Slices. 3 $1 Florida Oranges 5 u,. .
APRIL XSTM
and Testament of Mar!<<1e Monroe Pkgs. EAT rt
.
E. A. CLAYTONE. Odom Deceased. ANY WINN DIXIE I

A. Clayton. as Attorney for S Lii .. -"
E. Covington Johnston Executor --ii :.
13257) 4:15. 22. 21 S:'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.IN i 1 1 1 -
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. -- 1 1 1
FLORIDA.IN 3r rsW.. I 1 .r 1

RE JOHN Estate AARON of OLIVER, i I 50 Extra Top Valie Stamps 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Deceased.NOTICE 1
TO CREDITORS. I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF +r 1 1 pt's I

4 All creditors of the Estate, of JOHN ONe t.... ....CRACk'N' GOOD f
AARON OLIVER. Deceased
art hereby :
notified and required to tile any Fig Bars
claims or demands which they may 1 1
have against said estate in the Office .OOD THItU APaIL 21ne fr I 1 1 1I
( ef the County Judge of Alachua Court I 1 1
_ty. Florida in the Courthouse at Gaines AT ANY WINN DIXIE i A s(, 1 1 a I i '
ville. Florida. within six: (6) calendar
months from the date ol the first publication 1 1 1 1
el this I notice. Each claim ;
demand must be In writing and must 1
state the place of residence and post 1 1 1 1 S tie
office be sworn address to by of the the claimant claimant his and agent must CRISCO ; ASTOR ; BLUE or WHITE ARROW i ASTOR VACUUM PACK i MAXWL H012CFEE

or void This his according 7th attorney day of to April.law.or It..0.will 1H4.become 5i Extra Top Yale Stamps SHORTENING j SHORTENING 1 1 1 DETERGENT 1 1, COFFEE 1 1 1 !

*- LOIS 0. GOOLSBY WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF I 1 1
Lois O. Gooolsby. as Adminis Save 24g 1-Lb. Can J Can i Save 2 1-Lb..cn-
0,4(10-CT GILLETTE
Pus. a
(3225) 4:1.AARON tratrix 15.of 22.OLIVER.the 29. Estate Deceased.ef JOHN Stainless Steel Blades ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I

JUDGE IN THE ALACHUA COURT OF COUNTY THE COUNTY FLORI ..GOOD THRU APRIL ISTM 59 4.0n 1 1 1 39t; 1 1 Sav4 9 / 1/

DA,RE GUY IN: Estate PROBATE.IN PAYTON.. ef Deceased. 1 AT ANY WiNN-DIXIE j 1 1 1 1 1 1 .:1f

TO HAVING ALL CREDITORS CLAIMS OR AND DEMANDS PERSONS Limit 1 with $5. order or mora \ Limit 1 with $5. order er more 1 Limit 1 with $5. order er more 1 Limit 1 'with $5. order er mow 1 1 Limit 1 1I|$5. order erect
N AGAINST SAID ESTATE: I i" -
You and each of you are hereby noti s._
fled and required to present any claims /
and demands which you, or either of = 4 ;
you<< may have against the estate of wY.
GUY PAYTON. deceased. late of sak '

Covnty.Ceiy. to Florida the County, at his Judge office of Alactw in If /* /? #* & / :a

court. house Florida.of said within County six at caiend.months Galneviiie .- The mart Place lo uood Thmqs

llcatton from of this the notice.time of Each the first claim put c uo for io m :
demand shall be In writing and she
state the place of residence and po: t20
office address of the ctalmant, and she
be sworn to by the claimant his agent ao eta
his attorney, and any such claim" er 1110
demand not so filed shall be void.
GROVER PAYTONAs
administrator of the Estate .f
GUY PAYTON,
deceased j
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ness you expect in top quality W: -D Brand Beef. The W-D Brand label s /' : Ion
steaks and'roasts, exclusively Winn-Dixie: is your assurance that 0 + :

'- you will take home the very best beef that money can buy. Close : .., ': V : \ \ 1 I
trimmed,ihe Winn-Dixie way of excess bone and'fat before weighing, .
gives you :value you get nowhere else. We can't think of any way that {t': '" a.. : ,
you can be more certain of getting the most for your beef dollar.-Look : e
for the W-D Brand label on every cut of beef at your friendly Winn- .

Dixie store this week. Remember only at Winn-Dixie do you :find the : CLOSE TRIMMED BEFORE WEIGHING : ,
double promise of eating pleasure and Winn-Dixie's money back I

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Reds .
InfluencingNegroes. "SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SQUARE CUT CHUCK

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WASHINGTON (AP) FBI. may be attracted to Communist ..,........... .. .

f Director J. Edgar Hoover has party membership, "is not the .......... A"' LB.UPER .
said. :. J': :1'z, ; I
told a congressional subcommittee important thing" Hoover "?> '- -
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that "Communist influence He cited an old Communist .

1... does exist in the Negro movement principle that "communismmust I 1 !:,!:i :'as;. .

'1C: be built with nonCommunist 11111 !

j hands." A?;:;
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The transcript ,of his Jan. 29 "

L testimony, made public Tuesday "We do know," he added, .
l RIGHT miUVUInuN.. GRADE A FROZEN. SUPER RIGHT TOP QUALITY
"that
does not show whether he: Communist influence does
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cited any specific examples. exist in the Negro movement STEAK ROAST LB. 49c FRYER, BREAST WITHRIBS SLICED BACON Lb Pkg. 49c

and it is this influence which is

The Communist party, he said t vitally important It can be the ,,:.-.M%' SUPER RIGHT BEEF SHOULDER OR SUPER RIGHT PURE PORK


in House his Appropriations appearance before subcommittee a: means masses are through caused which to lose large perspective ARM ROAST Bone in I Lb 59c FRYER LEGS SAUSAGE LB. BAG 37c


tries to expand its Influence i on the issues involved I SUPER RIGHT LEAN FRESH ALL GOOD BRAND SLICED .

among has Negroes and and, without realizing it, succumb GROUND CHUCK 59c O BACON 2 LB. PKG. 79c
particularly "sought way I to the party's propaganda LB. LB.

and means to exploit the Negro *'
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civil rights movement"The lures. SUPER RIGHT FULLY COOKED BOX CAP'N JOHNS FROZEN

Communists, Hoover said,I At this point in the testimony HAM SHANK HALF LB. 49C COD FILLETS LB. PKG. 39c

try to use "what are often legitimate Hoover asked to speak off the "SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN .

Negro complaints and l record, so the,hearing transcript

grievances for the advancement t: does not show whether he was

of Communist objectives." asked for, or gave, any specific ANN PAGE CREAMY OR KRUNCHY

The number of Negroes who I instances of Communist influence PORKLOINS
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I, among Negroes.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN I L '
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN I IN COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE 2j : 59' I

CHANCERY.CATHARINE PATRic\lL Plaintiff SAVAGE H., SAVAGE, ALACHUA RIDA RE BAILEY:Deceased.IN The PROBATE.IN COUNTY.Estate FINLEY of. STATE WILLIAMSON OF FLO- Peanut Butter ;


Defendant. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
NOTICE TO APPEARTO
DISCHARGE

: >PATRIC 243 Jacqueline SAVAGE GORDON Notice Is hereby and RUTH given that WILLIAMSON Dr. U. S. Save at A&P !T Our Every Day Low Price! WHITE BEAUTY -

Playa Del Key. California SINCLAIR have filed their final report RIB LOIN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai I. as executors of the estate of Bailey Fin- 39t 49
a Complaint for Divorce has been filed ley Williamson. deceased; that they
against you, and you are required to I have filed their petition for final discharge HALF HALF
serve a copy of your answer or pleadIng o
and that they will apply to the .
to the Complaint upon the Plaintiffs o Honorable H. H. McDonald. '
County LB. LB.
I attorneys Reynolds Goldin, &,. Judge of Alachua County Florida, on 4 TO 5 LB.AVERAGE. 4 TO 5 LB. 49
Jones P. O. Box 468 Gainesville Flor he 4th day of May, 1944. for approval
ida, and file the original answer or of tame and for an order of distribution AVERAGE ShorteningLb.
pleading In the office of the Clerk: of f" and for final discharge as executors -
the Circuit Court: of Alachua County of the estate of Bailey Finley
Florida, on or before the 21st day ol f f Williamson, deceased.
May 1964It you fall to do so. fudg- Dated March 31. 1964.
"SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN .
ment by default will be taken against t S. GORDON
you for the relief demanded In the Bill: THU.WILLIAMSON SINCLAIR .. r
of Complaint. As Executors of the estate of
DONE and ORDERED at Gainesville BAILEY FINLEY WILLIAM

Alachua April J.County 1964.B. CARMICHAEU Florida, this Clerk 13th dayef Clayton. Box SON.Arnow 26G.lnesvlHe deceased.Duncan aV JohnstOnP.O. PORKCHOPS Special MINSETRONE, VEG. BEEF, TURKEY OR CHICKEN VEG.

Circuit Court of Alachua Florida t -
County Florida Attorneys for Executors
By CHERRIEE HALE (3207) 4:1, ,. 15. 22CALL 1 ,

(Court Seal Depufy) Clerk 2 .

I' REYNOLDS GOLDIN & JONES FOR BIDS
By SELIG I. GOLDIN NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 5 Cans 87C
Attorney for Plaintiff GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA Campbells SOUPS
Post Office Box 448 Sealed bids will be received by The
Gainesville, Florida Board of Public Instruction of Alachua
em9J 415. 22. 291 5:* County, Florida at the office of the
superintendent of Public Instruction In
the School Administration Building
CALL FOR BIDS Gainesville, Florida, up to 3:00 o'clock
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS P.M., E.S.T.. Thursday May 14 1944
GAINESVILLE
Board Sealed of bids Public will Instruction be FLORIDA received of Alachua by The at which will time be publicly and place opened all and bids read received First Cut Chops OR ROAST 39c SPECIAL: CAMPBELLS 1 LB. CANS SPECIAL: ANN PAGE FINE or BROAD SPECIAL: SULTANA STRAWBERRY :.
aloud for furnishing all materials and .

County School, Administration Florida of Public at the Instruction Building office of, the Gainesville In the Superintendent ,school labor and building constructing project the In follow Alachua Ing LB Barbecue Beans 5 87c Egg Noodles 1 Lb. Pkg. 29c Preserves 3 Mb.jarsl.00

Florida up to 3:00 o'clock P.M. County: LB.
E.S.T., Thursday. May 14 1964. at HOWARD W.LIBRARY BISHOP FOR JUNIOR HIGH Center Cut 69c SPECIAL ALL FLAVORS BEVERAGE X
4-oz.. Bottles
which time and place all bids received SCHOOLGAINESVILLE SPECIAL: SULTANA SPECIAL: Ann Page Zesty : .


will for and furnishing be constructing publicly all opened the materials following and read and school aloud labor time Any and bid date received will after not, FLORIDA be the considered.specified Pork Loin Slice 2. to 3 59c Salad Dressing 'Qt. Jar 35c Tomato Ketchup 2 For 33c Nestles Keen 12-0. Jo'37 c

building protects In Alachua County. '
Such bid must be .
COVERED WALKWAY accompanied by a rg Pkg. Lb. ..
FOR certified check cashier's check or bid SPECIAL FAMILY SIZE PKGS. OF 60 SPECIAL: JUMBO ROLLS
bond In the amownt of five per cent of SPECIAL: ANN PAGE REALLY FINE :

J. J. FINLEY SCHOOL ELEMENTARY the.base If bid as guarantee that the bidder Kleenex 2 25c Kleenex Towels 2 For63c
awarded the contract will 49c Napkns For -
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA within( fen consecutive calendar days Mayonnaise <*. Jar _
AND after written notice being given of such .
TEAM EQUIPMENT ROOM award, enter into a written contract NO 110 -:-_;--_--------;
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FOR with The of Public .
Board Instruction of .. :am -
SANTA FE HIGH SCHOOLGYMNASIUM .
'
Alachua County. Florida, In accordancewith FRESH TENDER I
the accepted bid and give a contract HOLES! HOLES! .
ALACHUA ,
COUNTY. FLORIDA
.t
surety bond satisfactory to said 1 fir PLAID
Any bid received after the fn&\11l
specified
Board In an amount equal to one hun- I :.
time and date will not be considered. POLE '
dred per cent of the contract price. '
Bidders submit
may proposals on STAMPS I
No bidder may withdraw his bid for
either one of the two protects or on a period of thirty days after the date I ,
both of the two projects separately. .
: Each bid must be accompanied by a set for the opening thereof. J With this coupon and purchase of :
All work shall be done In accord-
certified check cashier's check or bid ance with plans, specifications and contract /NL BEANS S it 3 Cons of Hormel 4-oz. cant =
bond in the amount of.five cent of r
per ,
documents relative thereto as pro.pared IVA 1 V1f11
I
the base bid'as Vienna 3/75c
guarantee that the bid- by Moore and May Architects, r ; Sausage
tier if awarded the contract, will, within Gainesville, Florida. Plans, specifica- JAX. 4-25-64 i
ten consecutive, calendar days after tions and contract documents may be : Coupon good through Saturday, Apr. 2S :
r written notice being given of such
:1 examined at the office of the Superintendent

: Alachua award The enter Board Into of Public a written'Instruction contractwith of ville. Florida of Public, or at Instruction.the office Gaines of the 2 Ibs.I 29* i: L I

County. Florida In accordancewith architect In Gainesville, Florida. .
the accepted bid and give a con- One set of plans and contract documents == :===::==-------"-- :==
tract surety bond satisfactory to said and forms for bidding may be
Board In an amount equal to one hundred .
secured by general contractors only
per cent of the contact price. office the architect, de-
from the of by
l No bidder may withdraw his bid for therewith 1000. The I
positing deposit
a period of thirty days after the date from' general contraxtors will be refunded .. .. 4 a. FRESH CRISP 1 !
.
1 let for the opening thereof.All upon submission of a bona fide 50 &
work shall be done In accordance
bid and return of said plans and con-
.j with plans specifications and contract tract documents In good condition :

I by documents Moore and relative May,thereto Architects as ,prepared Gainesville within ten days after date set for the Yh LB. : With this coupon and purchase of :; I

Florida. Plans, specifications and opening tors desire of bids.more If than the one general set contrac-of such ,,. : x:>it r CARROTS 2 1 1Sc a 6 Cons of Dash )-Ib. cans .r ,
contract documents be examined BAG
may plans and specifications, these may be 6/99c
j at Public the office Instruction of the, Gainesville Superintendent, FlortJa of- obtained by paying the cost of duplication 1 Dog Food ...... :
JAX. 4-2544
which will not be refundable. I
at the office of the architect In
< or
Subcontractors and material suppliers NEW I Coupon good through Saturday, Apr 25 IiTHORGBLEtfD
Gainesville. Florida. may purchase drawings and 1
Plans and contract documents and
forms for bidding may be secured specifications the cost from of the duplication architect at the by LARGE CRISP ICEBERGLETTUCE .... ;: .i 1
paying l
from the office of the architect. Con-
tractors may obtain one set of docu- rate of 75 cents per sheet for drawingsand !!!:=1.I! ::r
set for specifications
ments on each proJect without deposit. $2JO per

and and Contractors others subcontractors.desiring who may more material be Interested than supplier one set but tion plus Bidders'handling of to Alachua The qualifications charges.Board County of must Public Florida.be Instruc-,satisfactory The- 2 29C f '

Jane _
who do not submit bids on the work HEADS IT
directly by to the paying owner the, may cost obtain of duplication documents Board County of Florida Public reserves Instruction the of right Alachua to .Parker. etfaft

plus handling charges, which costs waive Informalities which In any bid consider and to to White Enriched Bread ; STAMPS i 1
will not be returnable. accept any bid they = !!
Bidders' qualifications must be satisfactory be In the best public Interest and to

tion of to Alachua The Board County of Public Florida.Instruct The: reJect THE any BOARD and all OF bids.PUBLIC CRISP WESTERN WINESAPAPPLES i With this coupon and JXlrchast" ';{

Board of Public Instruction of Alachua INSTRUCTION OF ALACHUA BETTER TEXTURE! BETTER EATING! 1 2 Pkgs. of Gold King E-oz. fi*

County waive Informalities Florida. reserves any the bid right and to t o COUNTY.BY: E. D.FLORIDA Manning. Jr.. :'_" Onion Rings 2 pkgs. 78c |S|

accept any bid which they consider to Secretary JAX. 11
be In the best public Interest and to (3271) 4:22. 29) S:4CALL NO HOLES! LB, Coupon ldSd/th..... Saturday Apr' 25 ,
reject any and all bids. 4 BAG 49 l '
THE BOARD OF PUBLIC FOR BIDS
INSTRUCTION OF ALACHUA 1
COUNTY FLORIDABY Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids .....y..N.NN.N-NN.-NN.-/
will be received by the Board of Trustees -
: E. D. Manning, Jr. of Alachua General Hospital until
Secretary 4 00 P.M. May 5. 1'" at the office of
(32n\ 4:22. 291 S:i Thin Sliced or Extra Thin Sliced .
the Administrator Ala chua General l
Hospital Gainesville Florida at which Food Sale! rlF-r
I N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE time and place all bids received will be A&P Frozen
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE publicly opened and read aloud for furnishing
STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR all labor and materials for the 1 1' 2-lb. Loaf 25C
ALACHUA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. construction of the following: STAMPS
MODERN HOMES FINANCE Psychiatric Unit 4th Floor A& P FROZEN I I
COMPANY. a Florida corporation. Old Building of Alachua General HospitaL i i

Plaintiff, With this coupon and purchase of
-vs- Amt. of Certified or Cashier's Check
JOHNDAVIS ROBINSON and BEATRICE with each bid. MORSELS Self Polishing Floor Wax
POTATO
ROBINSON his Wife, Deposit for Drawings and Specifications. II Aero-Wax. lie
.
Defendants.NOTICE OF SUIT SAVE AT A&P ON YOUR JAX. 4-2544 qr. can f

The State of FloridaTO Coupon good through Saturday Apr 25
: John Davis Robinson and Air Conditioning 1000.00 S10.00 .
Bid 1. 1 1N

Route Beatrice 4Galnesvtlle.Robinson Ms wife. Bid Bid 3.2. Plumbing Electrical Work 250.00 300.00 10.00 10.00 Dish Washing Aids t L; : .. .. ) ,
2p.kLbe ------ ---
Florida Any competent contractor may bid on Pkg.19 29 = === : .
You are hereby notified that a suit Bid 1. Bid I or Bid 3 but each section J
has been filed against you In the above shall be a separate sealed bid. !
causes and that you are hereby required All work shall be done In accordancewith
to file your answer with the Clerk the drawings and specifications LIQUID LIQUID i :
of the Circuit Court, and to serve a copy prepared by Guy C. Fulton and Asso A&P FROZEN SLICEDSTRAWBERRIES fr.tICtUlCUBt:1': ; I
thereof upon the Plaintiff er Plaintiffs elates Architects. All of the foregoing DETERGENT DETERGENT
attorney 'whose name and address documents may be secured er examinedat 1-LB. 00 : 1
Is: Mercury N. Kav UkIls, ".0. the office of the administrator of the o 3 $] .1
Box: 442 Fernandina Beach. Florida hospitaL I PKGS. With this coupon and purchase off

i rot A.O .later*", than the 12th day ef May Contractors specifications may from secure the aforesaid drawings officer and JOY THRILL A&P FROZEN :Ii! Betty Crocker lut.ii Masked .I

If you fan to do so. decree pro con- for a deposit of $10.00 per set. The $10.00 10-OZ. Potatoes 7-oz. pkg. 35c UI l
fesso will be entered against you for the deposit will be refunded to the bidder Ii
,relief demanded In the Complaint. upon the return of the drawings and GREEN PEAS . 5 PKGS. 79$ ; JAX 4-2544
The nature of the suit being for foreclosure specifications an good order to the aforesaid 'I: Coupon >good through. Saturday, Apr. 2S "t
of Mortgage encumbering the officer. 35 65 .
12-or. 1-Pt. A&P FROZEN CUT I..
following described property situate In Each bid must be accompanied by I : '
Alachua County.Florida to-wlt: certified check cashier's check or Bid SIZE 6o.SIe 9-OZ. 1 I.e ;
Commence at the Southwest corner Bond made payable to the Board of GREEN BEANS . 5 790 1.:wm:.. tI1 !!!V :
of the North Quarter (NW) of Section Trustees of Alachua General Hospital In I PKGS. _____________ ---- ---------a
ten tlO Township Ten (10) South the amount previously named as a guarantee
Range Eighteen (II) East, inside the and with an agreement that the I SPECIAL Your dreams come true with
Jane Porker
Meullers Elbow
Arrendonda Grant, and run East bidder will not revoke or cancel his bid. HAWAIIAN
for a distance of six hundred thirty or withdraw from the competition fora Macaroni 8-oz. 2/29c 1-lb.25c -
Cherry Pie 1 1lb. 8-oz. each 45c PLAID STAMPS
(630) feet to the point of Beginning: period of twenty days after the) openIng -
thence run East for a distance of of bids and that an the event the I -
two hundred ten (210) feet thence contract Is awarded to the bidder he PUNCH Morton Frozen
run North for a distance of two hundred will within ten consecutive: calendar SPECIAL! Jane Porker pot Pies| 8-oz. 20c rat KAijuiANnc i Aonc TEA COWAN. tHlt'
ten (210) feet; thence run West days after written notice be given ef 8-0"
for a 'distance of two hundred ten sued award, enter Into a written contract Peach Pie .. 1 -Ib. each 39c
(210) feet thence run South for a with the Board of Trustees In accordance 1 Qt. 14-oz. Can 39c Sunshine Krispy 1 .

feet distance to the of two POINT hundred OF BEGINNING.Said ten (211. to the Board with the of accepted Trustees bid a and contract give SPECIAL' Jone Porker Nib. 10-0%. Crackers Ib. box 31c 1 g S

parcel of land Is Identified as performance and a payment security
being the same and Identical parcel bond with good and sufficient securities German Choc. Cake 69c Lay .
Robinson satisfactory to the Board of Trustees In BENNETTS ,Potato Chips. 10-oz.1 bag 59c ? '
the amount of 100 per cent of the accepted SPECIAL! Jane Porker pkg. of 2 fc-oz..
Mortgagor herellfrom Mizelle Henry bid. The bidders said agreement
by Warranty Deed dated'the' antday Is Incorporated In the Proposal Form. FIX-A-DRINK Golden Loaf Cakes 49c Maxwell House Instant 601 SW 2nd Are. .

the of Public January.Records 1MX of and Alachua recorded Coun In The cost of the bond shall be Included Coffee ...............10oz. jar 1 1.59 Close Man Thru Wed. 7 P.M. .-.

ty. Florida In Deed Book 214. page* SPECIAL! Jane Porker Whole Close Th. and F
146-7 and Is further Identified as being le enter Into a contract as herein provldedy 3/1.00 ii.
the same and Identical parcel ef the bid bond shall be forfeited 12-or.J Bottle Wheat Bread 2 1-lb. loaves 33c Close Sot. 7 P.M. ; .
land on which Modern Homes C e instruction as. liquidated damages.
Company Is erecting er has Bidders qualifications must be satisfactory -
r
erected a shell-type frame dwelling to the Board ef Trustees. The
t house for and at the behest of Mortgagor -Beard reserves the right to waive Informalities A1.UMINUM'FOI HEINZ FRESH CUCUMBER BLUE BONNET 5c OFF LABEL: GREEN LABEL BUG KILLER GERBERS STRAINED
,
herein. In any bid and .to reject any
,
Witness my hand and the seal .f said or ail bids. that In Its- lodgment will
Court: at Alachua County Gainesville not be for the best interest ef the County -! Reynolds Wrap PICKLES2l5oz.Jars45C MARGARINE.uTEXlZit HOT SHOT BABY FOOD

.
Florida this 3rd day of April A. D1t4. of Alachua.
Any bids received after the time and t
-*- J. B. CARMICHAELClerk date above specified shaH not be considered

BY EMILY Circuit WATERHOUSE Court. BOARD.+. OF TRUSTEES Reg. Roll). 35c 1 lb. Ctn..29c 15-oz. Bottle 34C 14-0. Bomb 89C 6 jars 65c .

,
(Court Seal ALACHUA GENERAL HOSPITAL
Deputy Clerk 4. N- Anderson, Jr.., Chairman
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Wednesday, April'. 22; 1964 Gainesville Sun 23
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frb: '.. >. you'll 6ETON TO IT... / NOT ME..I'LL. NEVER HOW CAN voc DO

'. C/) NEUMTH11 1 IT JUST TAKES TOE- 6ET NTO IT I NEW MA1N'PROBlEMS WHAN
"" ( I 4rd
'f What's, your problem For a tncral =" FOR "OLDMA"fH'hUND?

Love Or Cake? rt,fy, write t. Abbr. Box 3365.Bevtrly Iy o l, is K

Hilts Calif. 90212. and 7z rQ

include a sclf'tddrested stamped tavclopc. =

.Abby answers all maiL '-'

; Abigail Van B llrenI :.. _. .....

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I DEAR ABBY: After reading about the woman whose his dinner and went straight to bed. I have been marriedfor WE.11ME EES (> MOL'NOL'WHAT EESTHETJME EXACTLY TWO JUST flHEWEDDING1-t4S E EGL3N THE EEF ON 504EzuLE EVERYTHING,FINE GOES!! OFF EEF NOTVLCF --!}

birthday presents consisted of new carpeting, a sofa cover and 17 years, and the only time my husband ever thinks about FOUR F 1 NEW p.M!! DRUG EEN THEM

.. an invitation to go out for dinner from her husband and my age is when he has to fill out some papers and has to P.M. YOAK? Cy000Ess OF LOIEEES
GOOD > R
: some charms for her bracelet from her son, but who was know when I was born. And he never remembers from one r* ONE MORE

: unhappy because she didn't"get a cake, I couldn't resist writ- time to the next. HOUR!!
a
ing to you.March NOT NUTS AL
1
8th was our 19th wedding anniversary. I have never
DEAR ABBY: What's wrong with having a child answer

had a cake. On my last anniversary I got a kiss, an .embrace the telephone with, "Who is this?" My children (and I have = a
and sincere "I love you" In 19 have otc.
a we
years gone ,
<: %
five ranging from four to ten) do this all the time for me. rL.IDON'TKncM
out for dinner five times. My only complaint is that my husband -
isn't able to devote more time to oui four young- If there is something wrong with "WHO IS THIS?", then I --J

sters. But knowing that he must travel 60 miles a day to also give up. ...,. .r-tL' ..,
support his family, I can overlook this. You made" my day BUSY MOTHER ....

when you followed that woman's complaint with this sentence: DEAR BUSY: With little extra effort a child can be taughtto I -

"The most Important thing a man can do for his childrenis ask, "Who is this PLEASE?" And few callers object to .'- O. SHHH !.'
BALLS FIRE
to love their mother." My carpets are threadbare I don'texpect PAW )
being asked to identify themselves, if asked courteously. e I JEST GOT A
I NEVER SEEN S1CHROCKSUDEU
to go out for dinner in the very near future, and Idon't 'A OUR HOUSE ISFIATTER'N = LEETLE NIBBLE

own a charm bracelet. But when my husband comes DEAR ABBY: I have a suggestion for the woman who f APANCAKED
home at night, I feel as though I am 21 and it's our signed herself "I GIVE UP" because little twerps answer .... s
..
first- date. Just.sign me- the telephone, "WHO IS THIS?" This happens jto me often as .

I :. LUCKY' IN LOVE IN HARRISBURG I use the telephone a great deal in my business. When little 1yr-4;

"" ones answer the, phone and don't want to give it up, but enr : #
I DEAR ABBY: Some women are nuts. I'm talking about try to engage me in conversation, I say "This is Santa r V ( \ rJ

that shrew who didn't get a cake for her 46th birthday, and Claus and I am taking orders. Go get your mother." Theyrun .. A o r V'j
although her husband gave her lovely gifts and invited her for Mamma real quick and pull her to the N r. Ii j JE
out for dinner, she was so mad she opened a few cans for phone.R.F.J.. ::J _

ram4ess _
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Dr. Maria Piers discusses 3:30 O People Are Funny '12Q 4-21(

some common myths ID Jack La Lanne

surrounding mental ill- 9:55 m Sen. George Smathers
THE Fcr IS THEIR AND WE ALL WANT THE MOON W THEIR
ness and psychiatry. The 10:00 O Say When
0E 015APPEARANCE IS A ,
THEM 8ACKADDSDIET DESTINATION AND
dramatization JN A FIT OF I.N ONTROL-
shows
the O News GRItvOLK TELLIT'
ABLE TEMPER.DICK TRACV SMITH.seca.os JUNIOR LIVES TO
reactions of a man whose CD Waldo Norris ACCUSES DIET SMITH ANDTHENAPOLOGIZES. HE WILL HAVE BEEN THE
wife has a breakdown. 10:25 Q D News FIRST EMIGRANT
10:30 O IB Word For Word AilE wTwe FROM EARTH."
9:30 O.Dick Van Dyke <
At O I Love Lucy 1 s '"t.. ]If Iq"""
O Issue Discussion
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v +. lIlT aI n+e1l
11:00 Q D ConcentrationO p a!I t,V. Ire sue Coups
I 10:00 O O Eleventh Hour saran.is LNLITIS
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Price .AEAWSE.o
"The C f Sunset." Is Right ..
-
i Dr. S' -opects that 11:30 0 O Missing Links L '.. '8" \: .
Ameriw Communist O Pete and Gladys

WEDNESDAY EVENING aire" is the subject of Buck: Denholt's hypertensive O Eighth Grade Science .
S:00 O Gallant Men-Drama this film Cam-' headaches stem from 12:00 O Love of Life M 4 sawsr 1Kt N .: .4e'
portrait
Q Best Of Groucho eras follow the A&P heir, his doubts about the O D First Impression V rs.1 A'1

5:25 5:30 Q O Moments in Sports through a grueling roundof party. 12:25 Q O'High News School'Chemistry Q \\1 lIATTNERATE
Newscope business conferencesand O Danny Kaye-Varlety

5:55 O Local News, Weather social activities and 11:00 Q O News Weather 12:20 Q O Truth or
And Sports G) (Color) News, I
cover two pet projects: ConsequencesO '
I TIM.- VU'RIGOIN .HELl If. CALL ME IF YOU
6:00 News Weather
O Sports, his art gallery in New Sports, Weather Search for Tomorrow RUT FATHER NEEDS Iff.' NEEDING YOU TWENTY YEARs fRCYv\ CHANGE YOUR .
O Sunshine Almanac York and his Paradise 11:25 O Movie 12:45 O Guiding Light WEVE BEEN GOING NOW NOW!1 DON'T INTEND WAITING MIND

f:15 0 Local News Island resort in the Ba-: "About Face." The misadventures O Visiting Spanish A'EARSKATE.TOGETHER FORTHREE WHEN THAT LONG
6:30 O CD News Huntley, hamas. Charles Colling-, of three bud-' Neighbors < AREWEGOlNGTOBE 4IJ

Brinkley wood is host. I dies in a military academy 12:55 Q O News MARRIED? n
O News Walter of whom I
one against II 1:00 O News & t
Wbat's
O New
Cronkite the school's regulations, D Local News Iii1
O The Big Picture Children is secretely married.' O Midday 0N a
8:00 0 Marketing on the
7:00 O Biography Gordon MacRae, Eddie 1:05 CD Match Game
Adolph Hitler-InvasIon of Move Bracken, Virginia Gibson, 1:15 O Focus
O 4 .
Poland. Project
Phyllis Kirk.
O Elementary Spanish
8:30 apolitical Talk
O Deputy 11:30 O CD Johnny Carson 1:30 Q Science
CD Wanted Dead.or Alive -Democrat.O (Color) CD Ernie Ford i
0 Sing Hi-Sing Lo Jazz Casual
THURSDAY O As The World Turns
7:150 The Friendly Giant.. The vocal trio of lam- 6:00 i
O Sunrise Semester 2:00 O D Let's Make A Deal
7:30 I Q Opening Night bert Hendricks Bavan" 6:10 CD Continental Classroom O Password I 'I P* BUT THEN I'LL,1 sots |IIl|lAsrrcOMES riJu5T
: sings "Sug.ir Hill Blues, IlIF '
World's Fair. American Government 2:25 O News { VM3RRVSOMUCH.WKESCUXDSASIF ) SIMPLE
(Special) (Color) This TV "Something Big," "ShinyStockings" 6:15 0 Sunshine Almanac %:30'O House Party I FAT Al30UT__ rr OUTE-VEN.MIGHTAS J. LOGIGi
-a' fl LOSE.r I
and "Cousin IS PtEcE CIF
tour is just 'the ticket ,
6:30 Q World Civilization O CD Doctors BANANAru.casN- @ ', WELL.EATlt'.
your ticket, in fact,' to Mary. O Pastors Study 3:00 O Loretta. "Young*-' .
I
the World's Fair. Host too O Espionage 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac O To Tell The Truth i
Henry Fonda introduces' O Beverly Hillbillies 6:4d: O Living Words 3:25 Q News A t t.NDH

the-live opening-night proceedings D Ben Casey Drama 6:45 CD Hi Neighbor (Color) 3:30 O D You Don't Say Y -
and films of "Evidence of Things Not 6:50 O Farm and Home O Edge Of Night l
opening-day events. Carbl Seen." A seriously ill 7:00 Q D TodayO Coolatch Game

Channing, Fred MacMurry priest tries to arrange a News; Weather O Secret Storm Z <9
Cantin Flas Marian reconciliation between hot. 7:05 O Ranger Hal CD Popeye's Pals

Anderson. President John- tempered Paul Costeau 7:50 Q News 1:25 O News Sca r

and atheist Harry Martin 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo 4:30 Q Burns and Allea ,
son.O Chronicle Costeau's son-in-law. 8:40 0 Americanism vs. Communism O Huckleberry Hound

"Huntington Hart ford: O About PeoplePsychology CD Movlft "

The Reluctant Million-_ _____ 9:00 Q Divorce CourtSMILE "Tropic Zone." rhCtraatD MAYBE YDlTD BETTER LIIT YEAH?-I DONTUK DOK7 BE SILLY LOVER! *
u WAIT OUTSIDE, DA.RUHG.THE! THE IDEA |THERE NO HARM IN ALITTLE I Irr

E!... T I JUST THOUGHT OLD PARTY 1M THE CORHIR K Of STRANGE IGHT CHATTER WHEN PUTS //
BRINGS You HERETD wAUC xxt HOME, ONE OF My REfiULARSJ-I: WO EXTRA DOLLARS INCUR, ./I
: With Art Buchwald = GET HUNGRY FOR A DEEDEE-wrTH! YOU AROUND WITH HIM EVERY NIGHT HOPE FUND! a 1I
mot MIDNJGHT PIRA? WORKt1iG NIGHIS AND AND HESALWfc* GOOD FOR
ME YJ+ORIttNG DAYS- A TWO-DOLLAR TIP J f .
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Ariz. It appears upcoming primaries, polls, and Rockefeller will with- Unfortunately, Gov. Scrantonhas

that everyone is concernedover events, we will not change our draw their names from the con- announced he doesn't want -

1 who the Republican candidate prediction. That's why we're vention in San Francisco not the nomination and he has '{,n, q i I I! ( t /". JR, &THAT WAS Z AttSTOO.150CDMeS. /*ear WHAT IP H.K"2y
for President is going to, known as the'Fearless Dean of because either one of them does never sought it. This will in- 1 n HURTIN3 YOU a Q pONK < Y -6Cr I SHALL LYJN611J1 I 'TAJtVIi
j furiate Goldwater and Rockefeller h'Jrc.YuzYCuso AW POOR PEOPLE WOJ.R YtER NOW R5Tl'2NTa AND BE0METO0 WEAK
be-as usual we're the first col- Pundits. not want the job, but by then who went broke SAVED M&FROM A Rjrr rr 1D THE REP YW MUST CONTINUE THE TO Ir\NE,THiN I SHAU.
both will have run out of money trying to -4 UFE cF ISycMNc I A1ATER WH9 HOLD UfIN PROMISE NOT PRETENSE! I PIE ANYHOW..oH,
umnist to go out on a limb This is how we see it Both because each otherso get it, so they will join forcesto IAMTKyiN3TO BJNPA5;,A9 WEU. ? oNd T3 FAT- CK B1P MJU A NORMAN, I NeEP .
Goldwater and Gov. they fought Scranton from SAVE YOL'K LIFE! ASWUjTSTTtNOW v: WILL BE. hr RESPECTFULPCISNED. YC'JJ1 KEEP YCJrB6UM.IVEKAIPA ;
Despite Barry prevent being
,j and make a prediction. hard in the primaries.It 630PM3HT/

I 'I ODE ARM LEFT has become a political fact drafted. ear rq 1 I r 1a
TIA ARIAACROSS With Scranton defeated by t
no-
of life that anyone who runs his r3 ,
EryACTED CRAM own strategy Margaret
in cannot afford to
1.Subside 31.Kindred SAGA R I P O S T E a primary Chase Smith will try to rally bGTa '
for election. You have to
..Smug 33.Not ever: A T- SUN run the convention behind her. She J
35.Hence do either one or the other. Nobody might almost make it exceptfor
L KmdW = 36.SLSte:1r.F o RM can foot the bill for both. certain
5 O N COLA reservatiQns among .
Melodious T R E A t
I
11.nOM With Goldwater and Rocke-
1a.ingoMce 40.Jackdaw R A S H A D Republicans about having a
feller out of the race, Richard
12.Plant cotter 42.Small.plIU! P A N A C E A E A woman in the White House. rn .fir
Nixon will make his move. But
bird stove O T I C A M A N D 1 n What will probably defeat her
13 Particle '43.Fount E L L A T E h SI E Republican professionals are is her own campaign slogan:

14.Slogan 46.Eskimo hut M I E H E N D_ E E against to have Nixon him, and the will ticket.refuse "If I am elected, I will appoint I roW: CAN wps ri.rravs vcr tr I ALWAYS \ /X Bx'Si ArYSAY"
16.Curtailed& snow- on
49. SOLUTION OF YISTHDArS PUZZLE 50 men to high posts in the r Pi: TasoN I Ar ?LEASieTEETH AFTER MltJP TO V.WX OH T+S
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liable Apteryx .
6.Resentment The Republican pros are not government. tGnv2E N.E A NKEa WHEN I rile EACH MEAL AvD ZASS CZ SariT.s!
!0.Fsplccn c r 5CL; Midday 1.Obscure DOWN 7. High wind afraid Nixon will lose (they I u1cE TIS's7' = L7G ro2 SG'raTHir ., I 1 ALWAYS KJCAS
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20.Conclude .Gershwin's Ceorge 2.Athamu' 8.Run is more or less expect it of him) This leaves one more candidate tai
-31.Forming
the ants brother wife hosiery as much ar they are afraid Harold Stassen. As a candidate 1< +ITS
-I 2f.Seaweed 53.Fruit of 3. Old ciT Ijy I- 9.Chill he'll get mad at the press I Stassen should have a au s
27.Forwardorseradish: sword 10.Spread again. :good chance. !
28.Ventilated 54.Whirlpool 4.biet 15.Geological t cesca KEEP .
SO.Kind of 55.Oriental necessity basin This will allow Henry Cabot He's used to losing, he has rl 1 1I 11 OiFNE'5

coffee dwelling 5. Sun god 171 fluid Cuttlefish Lodge supporters to make an sympathy, a charming smile, es
aU out effort for their candi- and despite the many times 7
19.Zenana t l'1s
t t y T 21.Proboscis date. he's run for the office nobody f ,. <
2?.Standard But Ambassador Lodge will knows who he is. Unfortunately .3
I quantity say he prefers to remain in Stassen will be so sure of not 1 / r
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1 ; 23.Muskat Viet Nam while the conventionis getting the nomination again, he

_.: show going on. Running on a "Bet- will withdraw his same before
t 1' 25.Mom- ter to Lose Viet Nam Than the he is nominated. 'm.rr LOOKS! rve NEVER SEEN YXK PRDSA6tY PERHAPS tiuTI
26.Combine THAT'5 PRIY1NG HER TO J POWT THINK SO.WEUJJW
/ DAU@HTER..nUT
United States" Lodge Then who will the Republican t5N'f THAT 1Cx Yf=5.50NA..ANDPuwNS LIKE USA APARTMENT/
$ platform
it ZZ 29.Kismet our OF His THERE'5 A 1CAMN WHO 15U5PECTE0 R WA5. -* FOLLOW THEMi /
32.Chinese. supporters will base their pitchon candidate be? It is our pre .. 21UYEWAY, Ai1W? rillTH WAN! I
anise the fact that the Ambassador -diction, based on personal poll ...-... < I
u s 34.Wedding is the only candidate the ing, computer research and

37.band Children'sgame voters haven't heard or seen experience, that there win be I
11 and therefore has the best no Republican candidate in 1964. =

IIiii p I/ 39.Burning chance of winning. But the By the time.the convention rolls
, 41.Sautanc Republican delegates will turn around everyone will have <

% eT ad 43.Globe him down not because he lacks knocked each other out of the rl
44.Red deer popular appeal but because he box and the convention will adjourn I
Bib.land47.ItaLday.
a i 45. accepted a political appoint- with nominating anyone. r '"tyy

breeze ment from a Democratic President -If our prediction comes true, "9.

48.Blade we ask only one favor of you. i Q

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Civil Rights H FEMALE HELP WANTEDFOR 30 PETS & SUPPLIES ,

II J Printed Pattern

Office Work With
GENERAL 14 MONTH old AKC registered female .
ISEEby Builder some shorthand required WANT-AD RATES
German
Shepherd $75.
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excellent career for competent _Call 372-1235. ..
Foes Pull young woman. Call 2-
i ffi Information.
9545 for
I PH. 3728441for
: i 33 LOTS FOR SALE

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SurpriseWASHINGTON BEAUTIFUL' wooded lot. 900 .
MANAGER ,* Block of N. W. 22nd Street. 110 '

I For.Infant and girls wear. At least X 155. :Phone 376-510. -1.1 t .. \ipCIassified. OnlyDEADLINES I :

CAP) In a 3 years experience required. Apply i BEAUTIFUL large lots, fully :
J. M fieldS. 1409 N.W. 23rd I improved In Ridgewood. NW

ALACHUA GENERAL 6th SL and 10th Ave., at 3:17 surprise move Southern senators Blvd. I' 31st 16th Street Avenue.lust J. W.south KJrkpatriek of NW Ii'- ',,,

April tO p.m. ,esterday. battling the Housepassedcivil 12 Male Hel> WantedONE Agency 2- 404. 31 N. Main or call FR' !Ii! Tues. Ifirv Frt: papers-5 p.m. Day before publication

Earlene Arnet rights bill have called up 80 For ads to'go In Sun. paper-12:00 ajn. Sat.
221 SE 11th FOR SALE lot block For ads to In
BIRTHSMr. 100x100 go Mon. peper; -1 pjn. Sat.
p St., and Moses Sawyer, Evin- an amendment to provide for of the largest Insurance companies building 22x17" good well &
: Jury trials in criminal t' In the country has a*position pump Inside building. Price :- "'.'Minimum ad 4 Ones) .
aM Mrs. Rudolph Arndt, ston, at 110 Block of N. Main contempt- open for man between age '.5 S7GO, cash or terms. For full ;I -
Rt of-court cases. 4 21 to 38. Unlimited future. Startat Information write Peter Tanas I Jf fAMILy--Jt TIS
: 2. Box 233 X. city a girL St. at 10:35 a.m,, yesterday.Robert ;; $30 per week. After first 2 J1J Mobile Park Bradenton g 4- .. '

Edward Fuerst, 2016 With the Senate debate in weeks $100 and better. Call 3728171 Fla. 1 Insertion .............................................. 34e line
ADMITTED NE 17th and now for appt. L :1 Insertions ............................................. 22c line |
Terr. Sigsbee L. its 37th day, this maneuver 1t MAN wanted for local milk 34 Waterfront Property E Insertions .......A ......-.......................... 17c line
Mollie Fay Arndt, Holly Roscoe -Scruggs' Jr., P. O. Box 254,. at could throw of kilter route. preferred ages 21. to L: 13 insertions ..... .*.!. __::&,;v.,:...... ............ I4c tine
out the 35. High school eo. preferred. =0 total charevnputed'by multiplying total fines x rate earn-
TiUman Doris Louise! SW 13th St. and 4th Ave. at plans of Republican Leader Everett good health. Apply 204, SW WINFRED H. CRAWFORD F.ed x numbe jf Lnsertkxu.

;Smith, Johnnie N. Young, Alice 9:17 a.m. yesterday.* Dirksen r'i1\ sill St.SHEE'TMETAL. Reg. Broker. specatUIng In e. .
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Illinois to LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE-
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Warrington, Sylvia Annette Carter *' ; man. experiencedIn AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose ; I .

Elsie May Voss, Roy Allen Fire,Calls'e 11 bring amendments.be up Thursday has the first offered of FR roof 05311ESTABLISHED and gutter' work. Call OR 52981. S Five letter words per line

LAKE FRONTAGE
Howell. Joanne Elizabeth De- At 3:33 a.m. today residenceat to the antijob discrimination Gainesville. Insurance debit In 28 Acres on Sand bottom Iak.,, I. 'Sam* as J line
good opportunity for 1
Coster L. Sr. North of Grandin. Asking $5,000. 8 Pt.
George Perry, 4139 NW 6th St. section of the -honest and sincere man. Phone ordinary tyM
One half
measure. cash. S. E. Sapp Real
FR 2-0932 for Interview. .
Judy Christine Floyd Virginia ll.
tor. Phone 472-2000 or 472-2220.! 12 Diamaaslllnes:
-. WANTED route man tar esUbllshed i. ordinary type
Pearl Silver Juanita Servia, However. Sen. Richard B. :$4 route. Aces 21-35. must be ,LAKE Place for sale, can FR 2-

Lillian SaUct, all of Gainesville; Gun Thefts Russell, D-Ga:, leader of the married. Apply 'In person at 4416 after 5, p.m. I 4 lines
American Bakeries 1847 S. Main E 1 8 Pt.ordinary
HANDSOME permanent home on type
William Nicholas New- '
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Barry Dixie forces indicated they from 4 t pm.GAINESVILLE. beautiful Lake Serena In the

berry; Mable Louise Sheffield probably would not object to let- ALACHUA. HIGH Melrose area. Immaculate three ;
bedroom two bath residence and
Micanopy;* Laura A. Taylor, Reported ting the Senate act first on the SPRINGS.fringe benefits steady age employment 21 to SO. other excellent masonry build- 24 Pt.Same ,-s 5 fines

Palatka; Mary Lou Rain High Dirksen amendments. A ply Jackson's Mtnit Mart., Ings over three hundred feet of iypi
1234 N. W. 16th Ave.. Gaines- lake frontage means plenty of I
Springs; Mary Louise Wilker- Six plswls: worth $150 were re- I ville. Fla.DEPARTMENT". room for several families. The
"If Sen. Dirksen price Is most reasonable at 25. g:
son, Micanopy Howard Carlos portea missing yesterday and wanted to 500. Call KlrKpatrkk Agency FR The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one
I get to his amendments first 2-8404. 31 N. Main St. g! incorrect Insertion. nor will It be liable: for any error In dver
Satellite Beach Aullie we I
Lindsey ; 55 I tlsement to
apparently stolen over a 16- a greater extent than the cost of the pace occwi -
Blitch Archer Dianne might by unanimous consent MANAGERFor BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee 5 i pied by the Hem I.the advertisement. No adjustment will
Betty
; day period from a local business men and boy's wear. At least River at Rock Bluff. Call 3746160. I be mad on errors that do not materially effect the value of
Al 11 good Alachua Rosell agree to lay ours aside temporarily s the advertisement.
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Gainesville police report 3 years experience required. Apply I
Akins, Chief land; James Michael ed. ," Russell told newsmen. I J. M. Fields 1409 N.W. 23rd APPROX. 100 acres located 19 ml. I
Blvd. North of Gainesville on s tate
Weaver, Williston; Belinda 9386 2817Y road 121. Approx 14 mile of high- The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or islecting -
Douglas Cutts of the Tackle One immediate tactical benefit DRY WALL finishers wanted.: way frontage. Vt mile of river any advertisement! which It deems objection/ and to
Louise Harris Starke. Phone 372-0481. frontage Santa Fe river. Ideal change the classification! cf any advertisement from that ordered -
Box located in the 1400 for the Dixie forces to
to
I was for development or Investment. conform to the policy of the paper.BUIIHUHUUUUUIUMIUUilUIMIUUIUUUIHU .

DISCHARGEDClarence Block of E. University Ave., 'clear the way for them to make ,RETIRED helping run couple a store interested In Cedar in $150 Rt. 2.per Cltra.acre.Fla Write, owner.John or Dykes call' R

told police the following pistols -; a new round of speeches with- ists.Key serving M v s t fishermen have references.and tour at 629-1403. Ocaia.WATERFRONT __""'," '...mn.IIJ1I....IIIII'.........._.... __ .. _.. 11111I11II_
Mrs.
Mat-
Leggett, disappeared between April out running afcul of the Senate's Scatter dainty flower bouquetson Write Box 1119. or call 2441 Cedar Lots on large
tie Farnsworth, Mrs. Ruby a dress-up version of this A- Key. lake. Terms. Call 475-5811. 35 Houses for Solo 35 Houses For Sole
two-speech rule.
5th and 21st.: line charmer sew another for
Waits, Mrs. Dorothy 'L. Allen! play without embroidery In denim. MAN WANTED excellent oppor. DESIRABLE lake property, 1M
and Mrs. I One Armi Galesi, 6:35 cal. Asst. Democratic Leader Hubert homespun. Quick to sew. Sew- runity for married man age 25 feet on lake with shell house. ANGL WOOD by owner 3 BR 3 SALE! or trade my equity for
daughter Sony a 40. Local. established combination
Blue Steel Automatic Serial easy. Contact Mrs. McCall 750 Mick- bath Price $17,800. SSOO down. smaller house. 1 acre 10 blocks
Branch and son, Mrs. Shirley! H. Humphrey of Minnesota Printed Pattern 9386: Children's debit. Good starting pay. ler Rd., Jacksonville, Fla. 32211. Call 372-2727. from Court House. Large 2 story
No. 367735. Sizes 2. 4. 6. .. Size 6 takes 1H Write P. O. Box 219 Gainesville house. 6 room apartment down
Coulthurst and .daughter, Mrs. floor manager of the bill, yds. 35-ln. Trans. Fla. 35 Houses for Sal NEW HOUSE. 3 bedrooms 2 stairs. 3 room apartment up

Sarah Billy A. Beltz One Rino Galesi chrome 22 had threatened to enforce the Thirty-five cents In coins for If you are ambitious over 21 yearsof baths. central heat. C.C.B. stairs. Private entrance Phone
Dorsey, this pattern add 15 cents for age have a car and want an Built-in kitchen. Save $1400. FR 66642.AVAILABLE.
Lyle Davenport, Mac. R. Mich- cal. revolver, serial No. rule to cut down the flow of each pattern for first-class: mailIng opportunity to make $100 a weekor :3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home, separate Call for appointment. Ph.
and special handling. Send to better call FR -4774 or FR 2-3826. MAY 1. I room 2
372-7811 for
ael, Belinda Harris.ACCIDENT 560720. Southern oratory. But now each Marian Martin. Gainesville Sun Wednesday and Thursday appointment dining of room. Take advantage bath furnished home at lot NE
One chrome 22 cal. Pattern Dept.. 232 West 18th St., 10 to 12. owner's having to LAW professor moving. spacious 3rd St. Will sell on liberal
Bargon senator is free make move & have spacious
to two New York 11. N.Y. Print plainly rooms bedroom study 1>4 baths atlcfan. terms wHI trade for duplex &

ROUNDUP revolver, serial No. 245011. speeches on Talmadge's amend- NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE, DUCT WORK SPECIALISTS among& wardrobes youno in executives.new home area J1V built in drawers vanity and pay cash difference, or will rent
SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Experience In new and existing storage. $SO month. Negotiate to reliable tenant. Ph. or writeH.
Involved in accidents' reported One Reck blue steel derringer ment since it is new business YOUR FREE PATTERN IS homes salary. per experience., 000. FR256.'t.HOUSES : equity. FR 6-2785 1062 N.E. 14th G. Bellinger Box 277, Starke.
READY choose it from 250 design FR M4C4. FOR SALE: 3-BR J Ave. 964-2881.
to, Gainesville. Police and serial no. 4765. Before the Senate.Thejurytrial Ideas In new SPRING Bath central heat with fire-
:3 or 4 Retired or semiretiredmen 3 BR CCB In N.E. section stove 3 bedroom CCB house. Central
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SUMMER Pattern Catalog lust place. NW 47th Terrace. Prke
Standard Model
the sheriff's office. during the One High out Dresses. sportswear coats to sell. collect & service local $15.900. and refrig., many oak trees. low heat and air conditioning. Will

last 24 hours: 9163 pink steel 22 ,cal. revolver amendment, was morel Send SO cents now. routes. 40 pet. new commission CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3 BR- down payment. low monthly sell or trade for 55' house trailer -
introduced Tuesday night I 40 pet. for renewal each 1bath. SE 46th Terr. $9400. payments. Call FR 2-6002. 2 bedroom. FR 27552.
by
serial No. 1244590. year. Easy, light work and- excellent Payments $65 per mo.
James Edgar Campbell of Sen. Herman E. Talmadge pay Apply at Room 9, 2-BR 1-bath SE 46th Terr. $6,500. FOR SALE by owner 3 BR. 2 3 BR.. one bath. CCB home In N.
Alachua and Willie Adele Met- One 22 cal. pistol, serial No. Manor Motel. 1 to 6 P.M. Friday $4] per mOo bath home with carpeted living E. Central heat air conditioner ,
D-Ga., with several of his South Apr. 24. And also some trade-In Houses. rm., air cond. & central storage room screened pa-
calfe, 1005 NW 13th'Ave., at NW 41267. Can FR 67466. heat fenced in yard. open tip landscaped. FR 6-5899.
ern colleagues as cosponsors. MALE HELP WANTED: part house Sunday. 1029 NW Mth Dr.
time 12-$ P.M. Men,Wed.. FrL AIR CONDITIONED Ph. 372-8282. $359 dn. FHA. no dn. payment VA.MS .
Introduction D.U April 23rd Suing SingerLOS CLASSIFIEDDial Car necessary. Phone FR 2-4A43. IF you like space for entertaining, mo.. 1',iJ pet. Int. :3 BR. I
this Is the house for you. Lg. FHA House for sale NE sectionat bath carport patio, lg. yd.
BALLROOM 13-Help Mate or Female living area opening onto redWood appraisal value of Jl0,000. quiet St., near downtown and
ANGELES (APThe In The enclosed patio. Near Llt $300 down pa/ment, low monthly shopping center. 535 NE 12th St.
DANCING tlewood and Westwood schools. payments. 3 B R. 1 bath., carport FR t-1018 after 5.
!h.ome of singer Judy Garland EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES 3 BR. 2 baths. central heat large storage. Call after
FRAN'S DANCING INST., husband Sid 376-4672 STENOGRAPHERS dishwasher disposal built In 6:00 P.M. FR 6-4774. $14,775 up O'N YOUR LOT. Open
and her estranged SECY'S stove. House Sundays 1 to 6
AMERICAN LEGION full & part-time Owner selling at FHA appraisal pm. Designed
HALL Luft has been attached pending BOOKKEEPERS price. $22,000 only, $1500 NO DOWN PAYMENT :3 BR.. 2 & engineered by U. S.
6-8J81 Limited Enrollment ACCOUNTANTS down. 922 NW 36th Terr. FR 6- bath.. Central heat. central air Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100
the outcome of a suit filed CapitolWASHINGTON CLERK-TYPISTS 4945. cond. Northwest. 19000. Call sq. ft. 3 BR. 2 bath, air cond..
REG. 376-2927. brick veneer, 2 car 1801
garage.
NURSES
& LPN'S
against them by attorney Lawrence YOUNG MEN. degrees Bus. FOR only $450 down $91.27 per NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes.
month
KIDDIE KORT I Announcements Adm., Law payments, you can qua- NEW 3 bedroom. CCB. $3,995 Inc. Call' Frank Thomas FR 6-
W. Beilenson, who claims 25-35 Salaries Engineering. lily for 4 BR, 2 bath home. 1806 $4jO down, tts month. Phone 6690.
open NW 38th Terr. Will
paint Inside
Child Care Center $69,000 in legal fees: (AP) In the'news Personnel Center & outside completely. For appt. Day 495-2441 Night FR 6-4311. FOR SALE 3 Br., 2 bath built-in
to see call 3720451.NORTHWEST. COMFORTABLE
LIVING 3 bed-
kitchen F. Rm. central air &
DAY WEEK. MO. I from Washington: 3 LOST & FOUND 102 NW 2nd Avenue rooms and 2 baths central heat. heat. fenced back yard. Take advantage
,
i Call 372-6377 for appointment screened porch and family of owner having to
5240 N.W. 8th Av I COSA 18-12 AM. 2-4 P.M. Mon. thru FrL AND room. Ideal neighborhood near Nice
SUBURBIA NOSTRA: Rep. John J. LOST tan & white female beagle. close to Liniewood and schools and shopping 611 N.W. move. wooded lot $17,000.
Westwood 3945 NW 36th St. FR 2-3712-
For Information Call I Flowers Camp. Tallahassee Fla. WANTED BOOKKEEPER schools. 3 Bedroomsand 34th
2-6667 Rooney D-N.Y., disagrees with 2 Baths Central Heat, Drive $15,500.
INTliEATRI on collar. C. W. Coalson, 2-1581
.- DRIVE Ralph Realtor
OFFICE
MANAGER large family and
room
screened
Gen. Robert
Atty. F. Kennedy'sassessment days t-1178 evenings.
porch fenced back FOSSEY
Capable and qualified to earn $400 yard, MERRILLWESTWOOD
of testimony about LOST 2 year old Dachshund answers or more or do not apply. 40 hour beautifully landscaped $15.- 11 W. University Ave. Ph 376-1359
..... .. ... Tonite! Showtime 7:15 to the name of Missy. Re- week. Write Box 401-A Gainesvllle 500 Call. anytime. "Selling Florida Since 1906"
..e Cosa Nostra such as that given ward offered. Phone 376-0907. Sun.BARTENDER. ,RALPH REALTOR
.' OWNER transferred. 3 BR house Attractive 3 bed
.% k.ds "The Prize" by ex-mobster Joeph Valachi. wanted male or fe- FOSSEY VA financed 2 yrs. old. $800 room 2 bath masonry home on
I 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE male. Apply In person to Hotel "Selling Florida Since 1906" equity. Take up payments of $32 large corner lot. Family room
Thomas. 615 NE 2nd St. between 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 per mo. Will take $500 cash & central heat buNt In oven and
tI4kgEae
g In testimony given Rooney'sHouse Member Multiple Ustlng ,
note for
$300.
with Paul Newman LEARN TO DRIVEl Special... hours of C ajn. and 1 p.m.. or, Ph. 372-3263 afte4:30P.M. range and carport. OWNER
.
Appropriations subcommittee tentlon to nervous or elderly. Cp.m.tollp.m. :;.,;; \' RENTERS?'. i-:: C- ANXIOUSl FIERI 'MAKE, US AN OF.
.. "TARZAN'S THREECHALLENGES" Easy Way Driving School. FR Exp secretarieisaiary ? :3 BR, 2 bath CCB home, central ,
.v..lp.MV.Nr. last Jan. ,..
30 and released
"... .' 2-7002.-Uc.' by State of Fla. Cashlerhost.uattractive Register fo'free month's llt:* lIP' heatinghardwoc* floor' Fta.* BLAC
S . Tuesday, Kennedy called testimony White housekeeper $25 wk. ,no obligation, drawing monthly. rm. Located near Llttlewood & room 2 bath concrete block
Westwood Schools.
214 u'Y 13th FR 6-6472 6 SPECIAL NOTICES Bookkeeper salary open Terms to suit home with oak floors spacious
such as Valachi's "one of buyer. Call 372-3793 after 6 P.M.
*
with Jack Exp. Waitres salary *
Also ta OcilaI4HTNIATRf Mahoney, Exp. mechanics comm. HUGH EDWARDS. I INC for appt. Owners moving out of kitchenwith plenty of room for

& Woody Strcde the most significant develop- ATTENTIONI Store trainee hi schl. grad. North Central Fla. largest builder state. 621 NW 35th St. breakfast breezeway. set.carport 12x21 and screened utility

ments in the field of law enforcement Nick's Shoe Repair & Hat Shop, Off. trainee hi schl. grad. by far. r MORE FOR THE MONEY. this 3 room. ONLY $11,000.
609 W. Univ. Will close May 15th Tree surgeon foreman. $2 hr. NE' 16th Ave. & 15th St. .' lg. BR, 2 bath panelled LR.
in recent years. __to Sept. Pick-up all repair work. Auto salesman Exp. AVAIL. June fireplace attached garage HW BLACK ACRES Spacious 3 bedroom -
Short order 1st 3 BR 2 bath
grill man
TRY DIADAX Fla. floors. Well. Lg. fenced corner 2 bath masonry home located
t- TABLETS (former Insurance trainee, $100 wk. rm. screened porch $15.-
But Rooney said Valachi was ly Dex-A-Diet). New name, Route salesman' Levy Co. 500. Walking distance Linie lot. Near Stephen Foster. $14- on a large corner lot with
500. $450 dp. FR 2-8851. lots of trees. Special features
same formula. only 98 cents. Car.cva's CONNELL wood. Ph. FR 2-5043.
Je4 H_"'-....'_'1.H'F' ,. 'utterly cockeyed" about the Drug Store 37 N. Main- EMPLOY. AGY. Include family room with fireplace
120 SE 1st Ave. BEDROOM 2 bath large corner N.E. 3 BR. 2 baths LR, DR Fam. fireplace In living room.
HOW COLOR HITS! death of an important witness St. Phone 3764234 lot. close to Howard Bishop and rm kitchen util. rm carport central heating and air conditioning -

Ope ':41 Show 7:10 and implied that "GET JUSTICE WITH NEWBERRY Wanted carrier Metcalfe elementary. Membership central air-cond. & heat fireplace wall.. to wall carpets built.In .
SEE TWO LATE AS ':41 years ago for morning paper route In the swim club. Reasonable equi bookcases patio (enclosed oven and range electric dIshwasher
FIRST RUN AT ':40 everything Valachi had said has JUSTISS" town of Newberry. Call FR 2- ty. Take over payments. Call ), fence lawn pump, trees. huge recreation ro o m
JANE FONDA ROD TAYLOR No wonder As Public Defender for the 8th 4451. Gainesville. 372-6450. flowers etc. Antenna near and double carport. THIS IS A
been known for 20 or 30 years. Judicial Circuit Court. The swim pool. FR 23093. LOT OF PROPERTY FOR $2t>
people
Sunday In New York Louis HELP turn $60 Month, new CB home. largelot.
Seafare shrimp your spare time Into
want justice. R. G. JUSTISS. No Low down payment 300 S.E. 5001 CALL US NOWI
money.
soliciting or deliver-
BRIEFINGS: Sen. Barry Gainesville lawyer. Is best Ing. Adlust 20th St. FR 2-4692. FUNINTHE
/iasfessp gopdtheyv'Qolcjtjustfikc qualified. JUSTISS will GIVE your own working JOHN MERRILL
SHOWN FIRST AT 7:20 Goldwater of Arizona calls unwise his talents and energy to defend rrs. For appointment call. BY THE OWNER In Idylewllde. 2 REALTOR
ROCK HUDSON ; the poor with no legal counsel. 372-7049 BR CCB house. tile bath, famIly SUN MULTIPLE LISTING
Ma n't Favorite Sport3RD do'thcir a proposal by President JUSTISS NEEDS votes and room.' Call 372-8001 after. Phone 372-1494
etiisken
Jhey money to be elected. The people 5:30P.M. ASSOCIATESMARCELLA
Johnson to 14
give intelligence NEED Justiss. WILL YOU tell -Sales Help Wanted OPEN HOUSE 2-6 PARDIW.
a BR CCB house on street.
paved
briefings to "major candidatesfor your friends. and send small H. BUCKHANNAN
LATE HIT Built-in oven nice neighbor NE23rd Blvd. and
ROBT. STACK- DOROTHY MALONE 5fla Worth West 43th StOne the office of president"But sum with nome and address to REAl. ESTATE SALESMANHugh hood. $150 down. 1621 SE 25th BY OWNER. new house 3 bedroom
THE LAST VOYAGE R. G. Justiss. 11 W. Univ. Ave? Ave. Phone FR 2-1901. 15th Street 1 bath. Utility room and carport.
And GET Justice with Justiss. 2100 N.W. 55th Street. $500 down.
perennial GOP candidate Edwards
Paid Adv. Inc.. Gainesville's HAZEL HEIGHTS 3721551California Call FR 21992.WESTW000 .
largest builder has opening for
Harold E. Stassen
STARTS FRIDAY quickly accepted 8 Bay: Sitters Child Car new salesman. Excellent earning Sea our 4-bedroom and :3-bed- LITTLEWOOD
opportunity for distance to schools. :3
above Walking
Johnson's. Monday offer average room 2-bath CCB homes with ranch modern offers
DON KNOTTS man. Mr. Dorman sales manag built-in electric stove and oven. loads of living at very reasonable BR. 2 baths home In Skyline
"THE INCREDIBLEMR. and said he will ask that intelligence er. HUGH EDWARDS, INC. Central heat, city utilities. monthly payments. Indoor Heights. Study. hardwood floors
TINY TOT 372-1551. Wired for television and tele and outdoor living and dining built-in range & oven. Cent.
officers to him in
LIMPET" come phone. Large yards completely area with fenced In patio. 3- heat. Shaded back yard. Call
I Indiana where he is campaigning PLAY SCHOOL' 18 Schools & Instruction; grassed. Hazel Heights II In bedrooms with feet upon cubic 3760542.WHY
Visit the city limits.I Equipped with feet of closet space. 2 Luxurious -
M and see for yourself. PAY RENT
in that state's GOP presidential sewer lines close to bus
stop.
24 SE tth St. FR 4-7806. papered baths filon lumU New homes. $ .soo. 3 bedroom tile
Full Pound LUNCH . 65c up primary. MEN- 'AND WOMEN WANTED low down payment. conventional nous ceilings glass shower en bath $65 per month. Located on
PLANNED program awaits your TO TRAIN FOR loans. Located on Northwest closures. WOWI what
a S. E. 45th Terrace.
DINNER . ISe Also some
up Goldwater said the President pre-school youngster at JACK CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS 39th Ave., West of 13th kitchen. Easy to clean custom trade-Ins. Call FR 2-2372.
& JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. St. Shown by appointment,
formica cabinets. Built In GE
KC Sirloin ALFORD'SStc should wait until the Republicans Music programs, educational Phone FR 2-3826. range oven and hood. Double

pick a candidate before film-strips. 7:45-5:15 Mon.-FrLi We prepare Men and Women. FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. sink. Central heat available withor FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
-" TOWER HOUSE 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900. Ages 18-55. No experience! neces- home located in Westmoreland without air' conditioning.

k $195 j offering any secret data.. He CHILD or Infant care; private sary. Grammar school education Estates. On city sewerspaved Spacious corner lot. Many ex
< ) 210 E. UNIVERSITY home Llttlewood area. $35 ma. usually sufficient. Permanent St 2 lg. bath Rms.. !g. family tras.
said too much security Information or can pick up and deliver. lobs. No layoffs. Short hours. Rm. a> living Rm., dining area. For top quality WorkmanshIp

---- - -- .---- is already being discussed Phone 6-1941. High ,pay. Advancement. Sendname Central heat. built-in. kitchen including $86 per mo. VA or FHA Includes call
home address phone GE dishwasher, 2 courtyards everything. $500 down FHA 372-6142
wlitically-especially by Secretary Child Care In my home. Fenced number and time home. Write walk to schools close to Includes closing. $100 down VA
GAINESVILLE
yard. Reasonable rates. Good Marcel Co. Box 381-.., c/o Galnes-
U of F .medical center FHA Includes closing.
First Encore Showing
of Defense Robert S. Me- references. Phone 372-3713. vIlla Sun._ $21700. Down payment $1,700. UPHOLSTERY

Namara. KIDDIE KORT MEN A women 18 to 55 to train for Immediate occupancy. Drive fry Edwards Inc. IMS N.W. un, St.
Hugh
CIVIL SERVICE 1027 NW 40th Drive. Can Butler Free Estimates nek .* led
New York Gov. Nelson A. Child care center F* 1tUtEmployment Examinations.' For Informationsend Brothers, 372-9545 ,daily 376-9041 "North Central Florida's Largest ....lvery.

i t. Rockefeller like Goldwater a name address," Phone No. night. _ _ Developer by far.
Key Training Service. 112 W. ...
candidate for the GOP nomination Adams St. Jacksonville. -
"'-"' -' ... ... _
....... IN THE
ivGeNo.N1u.s said in New Orleans he Real I Estate Exam FUN
:
wouldn't comment without 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED COURSE .

rI1iS1PEFI knowing more about the Presi- BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS ATTEND HOWELL'S First BUSINESS lesson free.COLLEGE

dent's proposal. Earn up to S5 per hour demonstrating COLLEGE. 218 W. Untv. Ave
famous Studio Girt F R. a-3507. -
:3723721.SPEED
"UNDER ARRESTS: Authoritativesources Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. _

',," Phone 37M336 after 6. WRITING
THE EUdS say the United States
NEED MONEY-Earn S2 per hour. SHORTHAND
_
i< and Soviet Union are close to a representing CORT COSMETICS TYPING

... consular agreement after the opening for ladies! In Gainesvilleand BOOKKEEPINGClasses
-ORt .lRk INS" ylE SI
3J.7 & 9 AJachwa County. For Inter SUNBOATS
.
p.m.1th now f 0 I a Howeirs
r m g.
I Soviets agreed that wheneveran view write Cort 601 SW 27th St.. Business -
211 W.
College Untv. NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
American is arrested in the 1831 Gainesville after S P.M.Fla.. or can 37- Ave. .


: Soviet Union the American con- NEED IMMEDIATELY 26 Farm Equipment & MOTORS

: :. BtAXE EDWARDS' sul must be notified and permitted MECHANICS. (2J, experienced 60LEN _ _ BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION
plenty of work. good salary. Ride A-Matic tractor -
:: I DAVID NIVEN PETER SELLERS to visit him in prison. group Insurance paid vacatl o n. with disc and plow. Good condi WHO WOULD LIKE THE 74th 24" GRILLSHOODSPIT
tIon._ Price 175. FR VM77.
Phone Mr. Elrod. Service Man19i11' -
The sources said Tuesday that HUNTER Fiberglass Fbhipa IT Plywood fishing boats. AND MOTOR
CAPUCWETTHE FR 2-8433. Boat Introduced by FRANKPHILWTTT Wt.50
tc'JJj ROBERT WAGNER the Soviet Union had been told SARAH COVENTRY" 28 Livestock & Supplies THE TACKLE BOX GOOD YEAR not SERVICE* STORES

that the United States would not UNDER new management. Openings WANT TO ..EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL "Tt* Heart Of East Gainesville" 725 N. Main V24537
( PINK PANTHERJtAU'DLARDINALE KNOW WON to properly CHARGE Check with CharlieFR
J without this for fashion directors. Part finish your hogs for market? 2-1791.
: consider a pact .
time or full time. For appointment Then com In and let us explain FRANK PHILPOTTS
proviso. call 372-7M9. how you can do this lob with SAVE S3U on 15 ft. Lone Star
:
: = List of Classifications to
choose
j- SPORT CENTER .
WANTED salad maker apply He- CPA Cooperative MIllS 40 per Fiberglass run-a-bout wISh Hurrlona
fI.r.A TIaIIIWU- COMMUNIST: The Justice tel Thomas mornings or eve- cent Pork Maker. OUr special Home of Hunter Fiberglass trailer and 1M4 40 M. from

-e; J TEaIJUCUr__\ .sTLOt All,..'. Department has asked the Supreme nings. No phone celts. during the month of Aprfl. FMX Fishing B.*... elect. starting Johnson motor .
(1'4. Gainesville or Alachua. PhoneFR S17M
'
Court to review a federal PLANNING A VACATION? 2-t 095 or 44T-21B5. Whore Quality Sells Itself BAIRDSMARINECENTER SUng Swbnming-DlvVig.
Start eenwng for that trip Immed
appeals court ruling that overturned iately. We train' vow .. become 30 PETS & SUPPLIES ie N.W. 14th Ave. _Ml_S._Main_ _FR_2-1521_ Fishing Equipment
an Avon Representative. CaQMrs. FR 4011 er FR a-4l3 FISHING DEAL .
of the Communist *
conviction .' Sure at FK 2-0421. IRIN5lAEh 12 ft. plywood skiff barrentlne Safety 15ST*.
-.:= charge of failing puppy t"E 9- Man. Thru FrL i-i p.M. Sal M traIler lt4 SVi tip. Johnson
.. party on a WANT $23 PER WEEK and a new fish Snepnerd puppies a. Amer- Golfing Equipment.
of wardrobe? Show our lovely lean Shepherd puppies. Can FX Motor. M for WTO. Better check .
to register as an agent dresses. Fashion Frocks Dept.P4180. 2-OC33._ on this. Tennis Equipment.Baseball .

the Soviet Union. Cincinnati. AKC registered Dacnhund f ups. BAIRD'SMARINf'CENTER
of last EXPERIENCEDSTENOGRAPHERS All shot*. 6 weeks. Black or red teS.. Main FR 2-U31 Equipment.
Court Appeals
The U.S.
WANTED male & female. Ffu. Kingsley

t, year threw out the Dee. 17, 1962, Sperry available has for desirable experienced positions stenographers Lake 5332193.MINIATURE Sun Want Ads SWIMMING POOLS Where to Fish.

conviction. The I Schnauzer pups. .
federal court with developed secre- .
I skins. Starting salary determined ACK registered, excellent pedigree. Plus many many more.ADVEBTXSS .
tarSal
YEARSThe
I BOYS 12-16 convicted of violatingthe left. swat Mil, '
party was by prior experience. Only 2 $85. (Normally BE CAREFREE _ _ _
.. leaving town.
Subversive Activities Control with Increase based M regular.ly
Included. Get
SIM to 150) All papers Results
scheduled work performance Enoy) a dean and he.fttr110OI..
IN TRX
Gainesville Sun is now accepting applications I Act and given the maximum reviews. Promotional opportunities Call 372-7M1. Master Pool Service Inc.

.-' fine. S day work week. Excellent Supplies & Monthly cleaning
penalty of a $120,000 working conditions and ben- ROOF LEAKING? service. -- SERVICE DIXECTORYMR.

for bike routes. In its ruling the appeals court eftts. Submit resume hi confidence SUN PEAKING? FR 25343CCdO 34171
.. or telephone 372-6411 Ext
said the government bad failedto J25 for appointment. There Is no substitute for

Gainesville Sun prove that there was a volunteer ELECTRONIC SPERRY TUBE GAINESVILLE quality service.ROOFING Call MERCHANT: To place your ad in the

available who would step DIVISION 372-02M FREE ESTIMATESALL

Call 372-8441 Circulation Dept. forward and register for the GAINESVILLE.SPERRY RAND FLORIDA CORP. YEAR WORK BONDED GUARANTEEDU SHINGLES Fun in the Sun section PHONE 3728441Wednesday

I EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 2233 S. E. Hawthorne Rd.
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I 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Salt 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale E. C. "CURLY'KUEHN '


tar ". cent 3 TRADE. RENT. Furn. Un- JR.
Pow SALE
'bam. WEST VILLA ESTATES
V'bed'room. 2 CCB YOUNGAMERICA ,
I 3 AND 4 Bedroom homesOn Met water. lights and 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR. 2 tiled FORDYCEREALTOR tune 3 BR. Fla. Rm. BreakfastRm. Income Business
Go out NW 14th Avenue home. City I garage. fine location. 725 Home lts.
Acre lots.
wall-to-wall
bath carpeting. central -
to 43rd St. intersection, turn _ers. Shown by appointment.Phone heating.'built in kitchen N.E. 7th Terr. 372-223. Baaum. and Lake Property. _

TIME IS NOW rlohV 00 approximately 1 mile. FR 2-3826. Includes dishwasher. Located enlarge Farm and Acreage." 3T.CM _
Court KUEHX.
I see sign on left. BY OWNER. 4 bedroom 2 bath wooded lot with circle 4 BR.. 2 bath. In Highland E. C. CUBL
T. D. ZETROUER. BUILDER large house double garage. drive. Orig. cost $20,000. balance Manor air conditioner, double N. MAD ST.
/R 6-3848 Fenced yard. Close to University. 17380. Equity $600 payments utility Rm- swim club membership HOMESPRESENTS FR -2032 Broker FR MS44
In dis-
schools walking
Call FR 6-7084.
Ind. taxes and Ins. $143 per -
---
2S32 NE lifts Ter. --
tance. $91 mo. --- -
GLADY SMITHP. MODERN SUBURBAN HOME mo. Phone 372-fl72. New Listing Call FR 4-2349. Th-
Do You Have .A Room Apartment. 3 BR, 2 bath, kitchen with built- NEW BRICK
sunken livingrm. LOW DOWN PAYMENTMAKE 4 I bedroom. 2Vi bath recently completed FOR
dining rm. WATCH
bedrooms. 2 ins
K. Yonge area. 4 Colonial Inspired.' Exclusively -
baths. Uving room with fireplace. .. fireplace. screened porch.study OFFER on 3 bedroom. 1 designed for tile Young McKinneyGreen MODELSOPEN IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
Or House to Rent? Florida room. Separate din Ing and Located shop. Central 6 miles' heat from bath home. convenient location Executive. 1 bedroom and bath 10 a.m. Til Dark
Is fam- cork floors.
room. Nice kitchen. This a quiet neighborhood, fireplace In
separate from main living area to'
home with convenience to city limits on wooded 2 acre lot living room. Large screen porch. FEATURES Cooperative apartments
Uy in restricted Chantilly Acres. FHA Appraisal $10,750. which may be used for study or : be built In Gainesville. For _
all schools. $11,500, offered by owner. See den, with prefinlshed die r r y Fireplaces Information call FR -2Wl _
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS Quality home on Newberry Road. by appt. FR -5424. LITTLEWOODWESTWOODMODERATELY paneled walls. Ideal location and Screened porches or write:
vacancy must be seen to appreciate all
Custom kitchen cabinets
Large lot with many trees and CCB bedroom the extras. Only $21308.00. Con- P. O. Box 13956
SALE comfortable
FOR PRICED.
DeatonREALTORS Oversized bathrooms
2 tile baths Ir.: se.i j I
3 bedrooms.
shrubs. bath kitchen dining 3 bedroom. 2 bath. FlorIda sult Fordyce fc Associates, Inc. Plus many other custom Gainesville Flo.
Living room
the ad that will rentit double Florida room. 372-
YOU MORE than is carpted and has a fireplace. Rm. For price call owner room screened porch central 376-1236. features University Park
5573. I heat. Owner is moving. See
Near the University. Good buy In a 123 NW 20th Terr. 3 BR. 2 bath. this before you buy. Cypressgardens VA & FHA Apts.
3 bedroom, 2 bath home with FlorIda Fla. rm.* inside utility rm.. elec. I Inspect BothThe
room. Newly painted and dec built-in 0 & R, air cond.. $80 CHOICEONE type of view. Year round ---
2 bath home
3 B.R.
beautiful I first. a TERMSWalking --
home. spacious -
ac- -
Priced at $17,900. equity. Will ---
orated. $2100 outside
per mo. ACRE building lots lust
Lake Santa Fe frontage near schools monthly payment
Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU cept_best offer. Phone 374-4725. City Limits Beautifully grounds. Including taxes and Interest 1
.
your Call 372-5393 to see any of these wooded. Terms.ALACHUA. boathouse dock. workshop distance to elementary r's
homes: or ask for our list of choice air conditioning. washer, dryer $98.00. The second a 3 B.R. 1 & Jr. High Schools, Shopping &

EVERY DAY until it is rented: buys In all price ranges. COMING I REALTYAssociates words and_cannot beauty.describe Due to the Illness extras bath payments house $400 of down$88.00.and Call monthly FR- Churches.YOUNG I Macoma Homes, __

owner must sacrifice now 2-3617. VI _
GLADYS SMITHRealtor $24,000.00. Consult Fordyce f. I Inc. I

IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: VILLAGE Ails Member T. Smith Multiple Listing Realtor Associates, Inc. 374-1234. I Income PropertyIf AMERICA For Sale very attractive S-
Associates: Multiple Listing Associate 1-bath home. 4617
Mabel L. Gore I bedroom.
looking for a property
are
Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon 635 N.E. 1st St. 376-2441 Duolex you income let us show I E. University Ave. walking _
GREEN with a good
. $1.33 day Bums Carotin Noyes --r---- Lake Forest
$40 per mo per 12M Florence W. University 372-S39J Money In the bank will be yours you this nice 2 story duplex HOMESNW I distance Price to $1.500. $500
wonderful Income furnished $175.00 per U Schools.
with this bargain. fully I.
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day VILLAGE FRED nets approximately $50.00a month Income. Good conditionand 34th & 7th Avenue I down Gerald and $79.50 or V.per-Q. month.McCoyjr.
Call
: month. Good Mortgage low location. Paved street The
PARRISHPRESENTS taxes. Call today. Fordyce & Associates price is reasonable. You should Phone 372-7070 Day FR 6-7270. nights FR
:; $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day GREEN Inc. 374-1236., investigate before you buy. Call 6-5015. Office corner N. Main
ARNOLDSpacious FR 23617. and 23rd Blvd.

: $60 per mo. .. $2.00 per day VILLAGE Bedrooms HOME TRADEOPPORTUNITY ------- -----

galore In this home. FIVE and even S. W. Area I _
; $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day 2 Story a Florida room Is available This beautiful 3 B.R. 1 bath modem rEW;:; HOM'WALTER
CHARMING CONTEMPORARY GREEN to spread out In. Under $28,000 Home -Central He a t- WILL trade several homes In Palm
.
and $107
400 down
17000. $ per
bath home on View Estates for homes In the
2 In
. $2.33 per day Four bedroom month Including taxes and Insur. so call today for more Infer zLarge living room Fireplace 1-12.000 price Visit Sales
$70 per mo. .. large lot In Gwynn Oaks. Large FHA 2- matlon. Consult Fordcye & As Fla. room Lot 182x157 -Call range.
ance to qualified Buyer. Office Comer NW 3th Terraceand
with wall to wall VI LLAGE
living room soclates Inc. 3761236. FR 23417.Acreage.
3 bedroom 2 bath home
call FR 29546.Butler
story. 14th Ave. or
$75 per mo . $2.50 per day carpet. and dining old brick room.fireplace.family with study large living room Bros. Builders. _
separate screened patio GREEN with fireplace, modern kitchen. STUBBS
room-large
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day which Is nice for family living central heat. FORDYCEASSOCIATES 150 acres in N.W. areaS miles EYES RIGHT! _
and entertainment. Built-in kit- from University Rolling and INC.

$85 per mo . $2.83 per day see chen.this Call lovely for an home.appointment to VILLAGE HandsomeLocation & condition Is A-l. 3 INC.Real age partially on two wooded sides--Road Realistically front-- Lawn See real Estates.dream living Models In Shadow Open.F. .

FAMILY GREEN bedroom 2 bath home situatedon Estate Exchangers priced with excellent terms. D. Oliver Bldr.Ph. 1321 N.W. 16th AVE.
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day FOR Ideal A 4 GROWING bedroom. 2 bath horn V paved street. Large lot affords Multiple Listing Realtors Call FR 2-3417.. FR 2-0844

located In Mason Manor on privacy -rear lawn fencedfor Grace S. Fordyce Broker West en NW 39th Ave. past PHONE 3765394"We
ASSOCIATESJ.
I $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day quiet street and walking distanceto VILLAGE mer children days ahead& pets.- cool For screened sum- Dudley Harvey Benton.Goulden,Associate Associate Fred Guy_ Jayne Butterworth the Glen Springs Intersec
I Elementary and Junior High Wiltshire tilL See sign en left.
$19,000. 924 W. Univ. 374-1234 Col. J. W. Davis H. J. j
Full price
$100 per mo . $3.33 per day SchooL kitchen Large overlooking living room a, large lovely I GREEN porch. Multiple ListingPROMISE Trade Houses"

fenced in back yard. Meal: for I Best Buy
play area and ntertainrreit. --
Central heat and air conditionIng. 3 bedroom 2-bath home at econo- --

CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR Shown* by appointmentonly. M central my unit.price hardwood heating.of $15.100 air floors conditioner"Carrier"fenced 1kvf. 40tL.AUn. VLnf. t 'LU-t-fnti ? I


READY FOR A HOT SUMMER? yard. Attractive location near WHAT'SBACK

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS _bedroom You can 2 be bath In this home lovely locatedIn 3 DYLWILD schools and University.

lovely Holly Forest. Living Beautiful brick and C.B. home Ig Lake GenevaNew I :
room with wall to wall carpet lot wooded. fine residential area.
and old brick fireplace. Family 3 BR 2 bath hw floors. double 3 bedroom 1 bath home with
IJ' roOm and lovely built-in kitchen. garage custom built. by appoInt.merit. attached garage. Good water
Central heat and air conditioning. Call Mary Moeller Exclu- front lot on beautiful breezy 8. 1

35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole I .In Large back wooded yard with lot and lovely fenced sive point.perfect This Is condition a year-round with homeIn built- 1t of the

swimming pool and shuffle SPACIOUSLovely in kitchen equipment. Full price t

NEW LISTING FORMAL living room separate board court. 3 Br. 2 bath, N.E. near $14,000.
from. GROWING I
.FINLEY SCHOOLblock dining rm., built-in kitchen
Three Parochial and Metcalf School.
'3' BR 2 bath central heating with pantry carpeted Fla. "". NEAR THE UNIVERSITY. Lake Santa Fe
home. low down paymt
brick porch.
Ig
2 bath screen
and air conditioning. fireplacekit. and hall 3 BR, 2 full tiled baths. bedroom 11 1111 II.
equipped. 2200 sq. ft. living located In quiet neighborhood In Large living room with fireplace. $109.00 mo Includes Escrow. Exclusive Ultimate In Gracious living on the
area. 723 NW 19th St. FR 24071. SW section. Call 372-2371. separate dining room plus a call Mary MoellerHIGHLANDS most desirable lake In the area. DEMANDfor I
separate study away from familyactIvIty. Estate proportioned grounds extend -
SAVE work and expenses In 4 Bedroom 3 full baths In Libby Large wooded lot. Immediate from paved street to ,lake IgJt4
.this Ideal NW location. fenced Heights. This home has oyer lr possession. front. Situated In Melrose this
V & landscaped yard, draperies 300 sq. ft. of living space air Like new 3 br 2 baths CB. Cent large fine 2 story home offers
ww carpets 3 BR, W bath conditioned. dishwasher. and OPENING SOON UniversityAcres heat. Cent A-C built in range & space aplenty. $45,000 If you are
home. Big kitchen with pantry many other extras. If you need AH lots to be one acre- oven. Ig patio with concrete ornamental Interested.ARNOLD.
& separate dining rm. HW plenty of living area check this and have beautiful trees. Call I fence. 16800. Call Mary
'foors. By' owner. 115,900. 719 one. Will consider trade. For In- for full Information. Moeller. ExclusiveRANCHETTES BUTLERBROS. I
NW 19t1l Lane. Ph. FR 2-3784. formation call THE JAMES CO. I
OF GAINESVILLE. INC. Builders
HOUSE for sale, air..living conditioned. Rm.- of KingsbUry Homes. Phone M.M. REALTY COMPANY """; -'" y-._....::..
3 BR 1 bath. Ig 372-2527 nights 472-74C1. TVt Acre lots restricted. c.II I
drapes, wall to wall carpeting. MARY MOELLERINVESTMENT Multiple Listing Member k'/',;"""" .
Ig. wooded lot. $690 down take 3.Bedrooms. 1V4 'Mth, built In kit 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 IJo:; : ::f' -
payments.. 725 N. E. 7th Ave.. chen on a well shaded lot. Minimum PARRISHAND Associates: Pete Sleg
'376-116 after 5 p.m. down payment. FHA. low Jane Caldwell F. W. Hedge 1 kacW-okIiwL. Onlq[ a vjtat o HOMES? I

HOUSE FOR sai. In Keystone monthly payments. This home Suitable i land for deluxe T r a I ler Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman .
BR.. 2 baths 1 has strip hardwood floors. For ASSOCIATES, INC. Court fine location near Gainesville Charlie Mayo Jim GreeneNorwood Pij/t 1 Udu
Heights Fla. 3 Listing \\UAT[ a
lot will sacrifice. Appraise Information call THE JAMESCO. Member Multiple Call MARY MOELLERMARY \ .. cf--Pl6\tA
acre
GAINESVILLE INC. H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham Locationand I
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'at $11.000. will Mil for $14.WO.
,'p.m.Call 574-1148 Gainesville after S Builders Phone 372-2527.of Kingsbury Nights 372-7401.Homes. ,1t Carolyn NE First GardenhIre St. Mary TeL 3725375.Parrish and hotdujood. lOotu olrooot ido howa haW


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I01 W. University FR 6-4471 and >HJluionaacj..
Member of multiple listing Property LOCATION

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,: ,Re'dfranksRealestate The following are ready for s Open Doily Hugh Edwards, Inc. 372-1551 Phone & QUALITYWe

occupancy. 9 a.m.-Dark
Bulldozing Have Only
N.E. 16th Ave. 6' 15th St.
1 3707 N.W. 21st PI.

SEWER INSTALLED 4-BR. 2 bath $800 down. THE CREAM
SMALL bulldozer, loader, dump $107 mo.,
fixtures. complete
NEW & used
trucks fill dirt lime rock. Topi
plumbing service "BIG" JIM $SOO DOWN YES, only $500 down
SOIL Phone 372-7846. HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumbing with conventional financing Central 1115 N.W. 40th Dr. Manor

BULLDOZERS Dragline Back FR 21589.Remodeling. heat & AIR CONDITION 3 BR. 2 bath $350 dn. $130 Highland Court
hoe. wheel tractors. motor ING 3 large bedrooms. 2 baths per mo.
grader. Free estimates. W. G. extra large living room dinIng cluti: community V
swim
(Buck Johnson FR 6-621. area. built-in kitchen large 1115 N.E. 5th St. HEM the .4
Fla. room foyer. oak strip 3 BR. 2 bath", $350 dn. $113
ir Heavy duty equipment. digging. floors double Choke
% NEED A NEW Florida room carport .garage. per mOo
Appraisal clearing dragline' bulldozer. Old patio screened-ln porch westside location. HURRY. Call

I IV reliable 4754403. firm. V Phone Melrose__ etc.? Call now and get It done 376-0817 for appt. to see. Immediate i 216 N.E. 17th Ave.'
months. Cal occupancy. "
for the summer sat
3 BR 1 bath $350 dn.
372-8049 after 4 P.M. for free
CarpentryWORK estimates. NEAR UofF 3 bedroom 1 bath per mOo
CB on shady lot In excellent resIdential -
BUILDING. remodeling painting. area. $11X100; $350 ,down 1442 NE 16th PI.
desires VIEW
PALM
wanted: Carpenter V remodel I n block and cement work. Good appx. $72 per mo. Ind. T *. I. 3 BR. 1V4 bath, $400 down.
work. Repairs. g.
work. Good prices. Phone 468-
Ph. MlM. 1872. Call 3760817. 19$ per mo. ESTATES

V RED BRICK We have severs 1702 N.W. 38th Dr. NW 39th Terr. &

ConcreteCONCRETE Upholstery of these charming red brick 3 BR 2 bath. $350 dn. $87 NW 16th Ave.
homes in different price ranges per mOo I
with terms to suit. All hav. II $16,000 to $20,950FERN
finishing. Walks, UPHOLSTER your furniture at oakstrlp floors. fireplace separate 4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI. I
drives patios slabs and shuffleboard reasonable prices. Call Sally. dining rooms. CALL US fd>
etc, expertly done. EstI-- Experienced. FRn88.. further details on these bette 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI. \
mates. Call 37J-3M4 anytime. built homes. L.BR.1 bath $500 dn. $48

Conditioning ..... ...- WOOD
Air Cosmetics SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS I LET'S INSPECT this conveniently ,
located 3 bedroom 2 bath AIR 303 SE 38th St. I MANOR
I do sewing of all CONDITIONED home In N. W. 304 & 314 SE 39th St. Ij j
NW
ART BALL" Air conditioningHot POSITIONS open for ladies in section. Tastefully decorated 39th St. &
( Air-Hot water) heating and Gainesville & surrounding areas. C.kinds Asbell& Dressmaking.3436 N.W. 17th Mrs. W'I living room with fireplace. SeParate 3 BR. 1 bath,, $500 dn. $" 13th PI.
refrigeration. Ph. 372-16S5. IIYears For details call or write to Mrs.Johnnie 3720635.ALTERATIONS. Dining room. Excelle n t per mo.
race.
ExperlencL Turner NafL Dist. Di- I financing Only 21000. Call $12,250 to $16,000WESTMORLAND
y .
rector ft* Vlvane Woodard 626 Cos-N. on women's 3764817. mwuwwwuaw\ o::", .........>.. ",, "
metics. 374-1489 or also '
phone clothing buttonholes ',
'
Appliance Repair & Main SO.FIRE belts & dressmaking. Call REDFRANKS.REALESTATEClaude The following are under construction ; ; off ; :
372-881. and will be readyfor .
Air Conditioning EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA M. "Red" Franks. Realtor_ occupancy soon. .. ,, '. '" .. ,v,' ?' 3Mi '. .
Myrtle "Lasslter." Associate '- : :\ ;. 44 f" 6 i: .,. "" ,,<.:hjiWt
HANDYMAN SHOP FiREEXTINGUISHER Sewing Machine Repair W.7 N.E.E. BilI 1st St.Harris.Phone Associate 376-081 3224 NW 29th::> 1"....<.'{* _""""' A""- .: : 1" ,(''''ief'1 ". Z IIJIW" ESTATES

A-l ,CO. Sites Cad 376-2927 J BR 2 bath $750. in. $102
First IA. air conditioning and Appliance Sales and Service I CALL-SEWING MACHINE SERVICE per mo Addition No.2.
repairs. FR 4-0247. AH types of Fire Extinguishers CO. 81S V W. UniversityAve. J. W. The Monticello NW 39th Dr. 6-
service, 374-1075. We repair ail NW
Pick up and delivery .I V 3236 29th Avt.
Appraisal Service C. R. Thornu Ph. 37649S9 Mllk '. Wont fully guaranteed. KIRKPATRICKCOUNTRY 3 BR, 2 bath. $700 dn. m NW 8th Ave.

Gainesville, Fla. Tires Alignment per me. For Your InspectionDon't $20,000 to $30,000 V
'RED" ARNOI.DREALTOR home near Gainesville Now Open
.. Mortgage Broker Brake Service Immaculate condition. pleasant 3301 & 3311
..REALiif ESTATE APPRAISAL with NW 30th Ave.
surroundings. Yours orange
c SER'IIC.AVE. PH. 372-3M end conventional at lowest trees In rear yard with Yi acre 4 BR, 2 bath $450 dn, $91 fail to see this popular model! this
UNIV. FHA VACATION SPECIALON
w. V All Service
to 25 for $14,000 'or 2V* acres. for per mo. City :
Terms
current rates.
famous nationally known Mohawk Over 1600 feet of enclosed
$11400 or 12V acres for week. square
discuss at no
WW
gladly .
years. .
Auto Equipment tires Save up to $22. 00. The house has three
3236 & 3224
obligation. Call tomorrow.
Realtor 50% on new tires. See our new bedrooms and one bath. with four bedrooms. two baths, and a
KIRKPATRICK
J. W. space
wrap around retread that gives NW 30th Ave.
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt 3)N.MainSt. Ph.FR2-S491 more mileage & traction. Left.mar Owners. will carry V mort 3 BR. 2 bath. $600 dn. $M paneled Florida room gives your family plentyof Monthly Payment
gage.SPACIOUS
kits for I
Repair ,
exchangedi FRED B. ARNOLDREALTOR Tire Co. 473 N Main St. and lovely residence per mo. From $74.38
Walker Jacks. Factory euthorteed living room and
Spacious VV
Hydraulic Jack available for June occupancy room to grow
Walker HULL'S BRAKE FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS WINDOW CLEANING Beautiful hardwood floors. pine 3330 & 3320
Service SERVICE Agent.* SUPPLY 1314 S. panelling. three large bedrooms NW 30th Aye separate dining room too. Inspect this big
IT.In 7-149' 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3523 WINDOWS cleaned floors deaned I two tiled baths spacIous -
FR 3 BR 1 bath $550 dn $7 -50
MORTGAGE MONEY and waxed houses washed 10 entertaining area. Pricedat permo. one with colonial styling now. Min. Down FHA

Auto Gloss 5V* per cent Interest. Terms to yrs. experience. Free estimates. $24400 and already con Nothing Down VA
.
Phone FR 95955.ADVERTISE. nected to city -sewers.
IS vears. Located at N.E. 31st Ave. and 15th St.
Monticello
BUY BUILD REFINANCECall AIR CONDITIONED for the summer -

CLASS Is our only bust- Cf THE weather that Is almost here. FOR RENT
AUTO immediate Installation (25 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 9-1511 leoo square feet of welt arranged
ness 4 delivery. Add I Dan Byrd SERVICE DIRECTORY freshly decorated living. 124 SALES OFFICE
tree pickup area two car enclosed ga, SE 7th St.
beauty value to your car. GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA age and such a convenient 3 BR, 1 Bath NW
39th Terr. 6-
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MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS .CO. and conventional loans. Low location for less than $22, 00. 1 Year Lease. $100 per Mo. ; Sales Office Located I
..E3 NW. 4th St. FR 6-tSS rates. Terms to 25 years 1221 oo. & NW 16th Ave.
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Univ. Ave. 3725395.FORDYCE :. '
W. At NE 23rd Blvd. !

Auto. Pointing and Associates Inc. Sun Want Ads J. W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor ALL OUR HOMES ARE -1 and 11th Terrace Tel. FR 2-9545 or
Conventional and F.KA. loans OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- Nights and Holidays
AUTO painting .29.95. tune wp I with low rates and long term Member Multiple", Listing JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF and DEVELOPERSV Phone 372-3471
$ .'So plus ports brakes relined loans our specialty. Quick cour- 31' N. Main Phone FR 28404ASSOCIATES YOU WILL JUST CALL. BUILDERS I FR 6-9048
SU.9J plus parts; auto waxing teous. confidential service. Cal Get Results : 1123 S.E. 4H STREETFR ,
$H.'S.All worn guaranteed." 374-1734 or come by f2e west Ploys Mathiasen Irene Bume 6-5301 or FR -7Wt
MILLER & SONS Avenue. Grace For A. w: Reece, Ca t.,. USN. Ret. I
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r 85 AUTOMOBILES fo SALE
1"CLASSIFICATION
INDEX I ,77 Mobile Homes for Safe
-3 ROOMS and bath apartment. ROOM for men, close In. single S BR suites 1 living rm. suite I

Nicely located. Call FR 6-5821. or double, showers refrigerator. with end table & coffee table. I ,OWNER MUST SELL 16 Sptt- YOUR CHOICE!
Come by 622 N. E. 1st Street. Phone FR Mm.. 416 NE 2nd dinette set refrlg. & 1 desk. SPECIAL THIS WEEK fo Here is your to get
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE Ave. All in modern. CaD FR 6-2155. rl sports car at excellent
Mobile
2 BR furnished apt.. living rm. 10 t. and 501" a
1 la Mi...ru. ei Waited beSt BIT dining rm.. kitchen. private NICE large room. private entrance MAALOX ............... 87 cents lt. S5. 1 mie 6, of price. Call FR 2-3
,
I Can TbaaJta close-in. Ph. 3764266 Lady Brooke Shoe color .. $ Mobile'
S Leit *. Ft..4 : MmeUoerr *. ToetoSJ bath. Adults anly. Married or $1.28. Hoe BRING out the best In yr car.Superior .

4 r.n..aUlt' SerrkesTrsTtI BElMlar Material couple or 2 or 3 sober male 373-M55. 116 Central GDI'S Plaza PHARMACY(next to Wins FR 13FEDER Fast Auto painting b I 63 METEOR. 4.dr. $2395 60 COMET. 4-dr. $1045
work. dependable
I bferaeitoaSpecial M Hueh.l4 GlIb students. N pets. $109 per Large room with private bath
C5 month. Apr. 20 through August. Dixie) For prescriptions & cosmetics. free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S
Netleea AaUfaese and entrance and refrigerator. QUALITY HOMES
I
.\ Can be at 414 NE 2nd St. I.. D. L. Drugstore. BODY 2031 6th St. 63 '
7 FterUta MJsc. Fer Sale seen Near Howard Johnson's Restau WORKS N STDUAKI.. > 5' DODGE 4-dr. $745
11 Ph. FR 67212. rant. Wee or month. FR 2-4867. ALL CHANNEL T. V. 4820 FR 6'707.
TratlBf Pasta antenna
Bta* Bitters. CUM Cut NW 13th St. 441 South . $1995
I Places To Ge Aa* CS Article Wasted! DUPLEX. I BR near Univ. 328 ROOMS for rent private entrance. Double stack complete. Nothing -I Gainesville 372-5113 VW Micro-Bus deluxe .
mel 59
fljagi TO 8.eeAUTOMOTIVE o r... on "...a NW 14th St. Avail May I or maid service S32JO singles. $45 else to buy. 11. Brants. i Hours 8 to 9, Sunday 11 t 7 rdia 6 heater curtains l PLYMOUTH5
'I' B. ta Manse Zi1p. sooner. $83. Call 376-5190. for doubles. Males only. 1IJ N.W. 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. Service is a must with us. ae. very clean. front 62 STUDEBAKER. Wagon air a $695

' 71 Camp Hut. risk SEEING IS Price Motors 4-dr. . $1295
BELIEVINGFOR
3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent. _lOrh St. FR 24222. 55 x 10 mobile ho excellent s195 Melt .
7t .trpl&e. lslcs-Zstsli 73 n Office afasteal Equlpapt Sf 1-1 BR .pt.. 2-2 BR apts. 503 ATTRACTIVE room with private rebuilt washing machines buy. T.ntea citi 703 N. .. 1-75. 59 PLYM.. Wagon $395

77 MebQe B.... fer Sato srekssdlse NE 4th Ave. entrance In quiet modern home. dishwashers. refrigerators. air er, cered pati See o cal. VOLKSWAGEN 1960. cla good 62 2.4r. $1395
'?g Track Set Ml Kitchen privileges. Ideal for U of Conditioners. and for appliance Lot 1. Rd. mechanical V. .
7* Track W.. .. NICE downstairs apt. closein.private F Student. FR 2-783. Impairs call Dan at FR 6-0267. 62 2 Call between S 8. .exra.. 57 FORD 4.dr. $675
S* Traatoro*. Track XraUte REAL ESTATE FOR SALE entrance vtiL turn. Nice A-l HANDYMAN SHOP 372-5 62 (.
lit TraDer KeatalsU downstairs corner room. 531 SE 3 BLOCKS from campus low sum- First In appliance repaIrs.COWLING'S 40 W60 4-door. V-e. Savoy Ply. LNCOLN $"j995 59 PORD. 4-dr. $395
MeUreyelea *. fteeeten 33 Lota f ft Sale 2nd PL FR 2-2582. mer rates. Cheaper by the tri heate. stick shift. $ S .H .
UPHOLSTERY 9th Ave. call 2-
$4 Aitemeftlle KtptirtU 34 Waterfrent Property 2-Furnished apts. $15 I. $60. Phone mester. For appointment to see Chairs low as $8. No money 106 or 57 CAD.. 4-dr. $2250
33 call 372-4481. MODEL 16 62 FALCON. 2-dr. $1395
Aatemebtles fer Sal Beucs ret Sal. ..372-1823 or 372-3794. down low as $5 per month. .
'.. Swap Cue1DUCATINAL Zt CeUaf lee Sale HAVE room for two co-op students Free estimates pickup and' delivery ON FOR SALE 1961 Volkswagen.Por.
37 Bal Estate EKcllaqe'sa FROM LOWEST tion of equity and take up pay 57 CHEY. Wagon $995
3rd Trimester. PhoneFR service. All work guaranteed. PRICES 62 COMEr. $1495 .
46 Unfurnished Apts. SMALL DOWN 4-cr.
ments. Phone FR
Real
Estate Wasted3s 6-8314 after S p.m. Phone 376-7786. 6-116
O.t *f 1'0. prpcrt/ TRAILER MARTHwy. CASH for old H" H Motors 57 FORD
car
U Sehela *. loitrvcUeaU your 62 COMET. 4-4r. $1495 ENG
M. ie. 'D..,..*. 4* Basinet Prp.rtiea 2 BEDROOM Urge living room. 51-A Wanted To Rent NOW you can enfoy cooking with 17. 'Phone 328-1050 1636 SE 3rd Ave. Cony. . $345
41 BesMcaUaJ beam* kitchen equipped. Couple gas. Gas range. used. Installed .
M Weetsd-1stzectI..* 41 Farns Jk Acreage ferred. No children pre FREE with our LP gas. $65 OPEN WEEKDAYS 158 Volksaen" ........., $745 61 COMET .
or pets 4dr.
43 Colored Property Rentals = Phone FR 2-4S57. WANTED unfurnished house out- complete. Propane LP Gas. UNTIL 9 p.m. 1954 Wa.....,... $245 $1195 57 MGA. $745
EMPLOYMENT 40-1 Catered/ Property sales' aide of city limits. Call between SW Archer Road. Phone FR 6- SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 Farmall ............... 1 rdser
17 Werk Wtattt Sf 1. TWO bedroom duplex. kitchen 1:00 A.M. and 4.00 P.M. FR 5110. FLORIDA MOTOR & EQUIP. 6IFALCON. 4dr. $895

1. W.tk Watte F.. Je RENTALS equipped. $85 per month. '-2577.WANTED. USED Chain Saws $50 up. New EAST PALATKA FLORIDAOnly 502 S Main St._ _ ,56 FORD Wagon $295

14 Sate Help Wallet See at 4166 NW 6th St. nice clean efficiency 4 hp saws S8tWI repair 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES 1940 OLDSMOBILE Sports C. 61 FALCON. 4-dr. $995 .53

U Help-Mate e* Female 44 CetUfes Far Bent CLEAN. Spacious 1 BR. apt. Partly apartment. Must be willing to all chain saws .. lawn mowers. SAVE to S1.500. auto tran r & h, p nice HILLMAN,

II M&U Hetp Wut.SDrsmaI. 41 FamIshed Apt*. furnished. Highlands area. SiO accept small dog. Write Box 404- Chain saw rentals. McCulloch BANK FINANCINGNEW. buy. 372-301. g 61 COMET. 4dr. $1195 Wagon .. $175
4C CafBntehe Apt. FR 2-0992. A. Gainesville Sun. Wisconsin and Brlggs, Stratton 10 wide mobile homes 195 RAMBLER 4
CLASSIC door
11 1'..... Help. W..te41 47 Hecse far Bent J".ra.tI dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR Town l Country Trailer Sales
2 Bedroom < sedan $395. 710 N.E. 5th 51 WILLYS. Wagon $225
Hease far Beat Vol.,.. unfurnished .part.mente PHYSICIAN'S family of 3 desires 3 3840 S.W. Archer Rd. FR Terlce. 61 COMET. Wa. $1295
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4> B.Bk fr Beat lOll S.W. 9th Ave.. $75 Mo. bedroom 2 bath unfurnished 63411.CLOSE 1-2 1960 DKW $495. S at Amer.

II Fu. E........ 50 BoW Rees FR 6-2641 or FR 6-2930 Mr. ._ PPhone FR 2-30J1. I OUT. SALEOn karl 10, 16th & Waldo 61 CHEV. 4-dr. $1395 41 CHEVS 4-dr. $145
17 Feet Fertilise 51 HI... Restate Haynes. Wallpaper. 98c a Ron WYATTTrailer Rd. Phone FR 2-698. .

18 UvesUck ...ppUuII HA Waited Ta Beat NEW 1 BR duplex apt.. kitchen 52 Boarders Wanted HARPER PAINT CO. EXTRA clean 1954 Ford V-8 Fo

LaaticsptBC Try 80M I: Boarders Wasted equipped. $60 per month on a 19 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366 4 Dr.. mechanical .
Fell A SippBes U Office Desk Space years leas Ph. 3764372 days.evenIngs. ROOM Sales CltJ. 64383.
and board for girls. Private REMINGTON 30
376-7327 ga. $
U LlTtsUck Waate4FINANCIAL (4 1 pp
Bastees EeaUl bath, use of washing ma- I barrel, ful choke deanln Crane Lincoln Mercury
chine. 625 N.E. lit Street. Phone case. new Home of
SERVICE m 47 Houses for Rent Furn. FR 6-6083. shls. $75. L.. Pacemaker Mobile Homes 87 Automobiles Wonter
M BMtBcti OppertialUes 23 Special Services Shasta and Airtrea
17 X...* <. lets IJ H.m. InprcTement 54 Business Rentals IF SOMEONE In your family is Travel 516 S. Main St FR 2-4251
NICE 2 BR house. hard of hearing
him to
large screened encourage Ocala's First
U Mertcaree 24 ladle *. 'TT Service Mobil Hoe 1950 thru
Antenna furnished. enjoy the benefits of Wante us For
porch. a hearing aid. Dealer .
'
U Meae Waited 23 Appliance
? ,A Faraltar Near bus line a, stores. Adults- GARAGE space for. rent. 613 S.W. GAINESVILLE HEARINGAID 1)23 Silver Springs Blvd. St. Cevrolet. Service sE. 4.

--- preferred. 376-5805. 2nd St. Call John Merrill Real CO. Phone 6213 Her
-- --- ---- ----. FOR RENT. 3 BR.. 2 story frame tor. FR 2-1494. 6 N. Main St. FR 64095. Oala. BEST Dollar paid for your used

35.:Houses for Sol. 44 Cottages for Rent house. Kitchen furnished some AIR CONDITIONED SIMMONS 99 Mattress. box springs MOBILE HOME fo rent 45x10 car. We need '59 models and
4106
other furniture. See at 120 NEARLY new modern office or and frame $65. Nylon 66 .uto, S85 ocr mo. 367. older.st,_Seee 37 BI Holder NW
N. W. 9th St. Call FR 6-2S93. location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. matl 22 rifle With 6-X SP 1942 2 BR Pacemaker 10 x 45' -, --- Barkley Motors

$4230 per month. 2 BR frame. SMALL burnished trailer for rent 2 BR house. Fla. Rrru, dining & Ph. FR 6-2472 Weseman Realty WIt. 25 gallon gas wa mobile home with 9 x 40 awnIng.
SB Nice 10th yard.Ave.dead-end FR 2-462.street. 2222- suitable for working couple.Moore's living Rrru carport. utility Rm 1113 N. Main St. ter heter $35. Phone FR 2-6037. Phone 372-16 between 3:30 I

Trailer Court 2330 E. 14 miles south on 441. Call 466- SMALL Warehouse for rent. Call MOBILE HOME COLEMAN AIR and S Po VOLKSWAGENMILLER.
Univ. Ave.
Ph. 3764164. 3418.
Dan Byrd 372-2511. CONDITIONING SYSTEMS FOR SALE Newberry Trail e r

PERFECT FOR FAMILY 203 N.W. fth Terrace. one bedroom FOR RENT newly furnished, newly OFFICE SPACE for rent. 626 N. Phone "Dan" FR Par one mile north on 41. 4t' lll*
WITH AN IN-LAW furnished cottage. Couple only decorated well cared for homeIn Main St. Phone 376-1480 U no _A-l HANDYMAN SHOP s down monthly pay. QUALITY S2pSi;
$58 a month. Phone FR .61U. N.E. section. 3 BR, den Fla. answer :372-1823. merits S7 S Ora K Ball.
NEARLY new 3 bedroom,'J bath Rm. full utility Rm. elect r Ic 70 Boats-Marine Equip.
TWO bedroom house trailer $900.
home his one bedroom separate FOR RENT. week or month. 3 kitchen. tile bath. beautiful Inlaid 30 x 40 CCB warehouse with rest-
bedroom house trailer $750.
from room Lake room drive-In door parking excellent > one TOPCONDITIONEDAND .
the others. Perfectfor cottage on Lilly parquet floors $130 per mo. Can be rented.
In-law or teenager. Beautiful Malrese Sleeps 6 adults. Plenty _Call FR 6-5542 for appointment. location. 523 W. Univ. REGAL LANiER Cabin Cruiser Monday to Friday Pllo 376 -
natural finish cabinets In kit. of shad on dock. white sand Ave. In rear. J7J per month. 1' trailer. Phone 2-5689. 5 @
chen. Excellent FHA term beach. $60 per week. Utilities SURPRISEI HURRYI Ph. 376-1206 or 376-848. NOW SHOWING BROWN _
.
$15,000 with only' two Included. Phone GR 5-2631. Above average desirable HOUSESfor 12 FT. v-bottom plywood boat. .. MOBILE HOMES "_1'
cludes closing. 2103 N.dU'r. rent or lease. Varied sizes- MODERN Building. 5,000 So. Ft. Bottom fi rglassed. Trailer. 2 196.bedrooms. all Floor 1030 E. Univ.

Terr. 372-15J1 furnished and unfurnished. Some office space. Just completed 25 H. P. Motor and Ski Equip Plans. Terms tailored to meet FR 2-3582 SAVE-SAVE-SAVE!
45 Furnished Apta. _air conditioning. FR 6-5816. MARY MOELLER mont, $250.00 376-5908 :0 your budget. Drive a little and

HUGH EDWARDS. INC. FURNISHED house for rent near Realtor. 1019 W. Univ. Ave. FR P. o anytime weekends.H' save a lot at m-

.
PRIVATE. newly painted close Univ. Have been renting to four 64471. ALUMINUM boat for CONNOLLYMobil
Swimming PoolNIC. In. 3 room and bath. Hot and boys. Phone FR 6-7955 Gainesville BUILDING to Rent or Lease. Horn Sales In 0 Ford
NE write R. T. sale. Call! FR 2-7552. Miles 64 T-BIRD Landau fully equipped
section near school. old cold water furnished. Off street or Stroud P. O. Call 4755811. : Nor a ,
.fashion family home. All large parking. No pets. 15 S. W.. 2nd Box 365 St. Augustine. 21-f?. Inboard boat. Marine engine. 622-8166 C Falcon air conditioning $4995

rooms. 4 -8R. 2 baths kltdl.Ipantriea \, Place. 3 BR, living rm.. dining rm., $103: OFFICES FOR LEASE Completely refinIshed fiberglass Closed Sundays 0 F&rlaneC -Including -
dining rrru Irving rrru per mo. 106 NW 10th St. Prefer New modern air conditioned of. btto Like new. Will trade car
4 BR apt. distanceto
Walking FOOLISHto
study sleeping porches screen male students. McKlnney Green. flce space. Individual rooms. b.t. Can be seen at IT'S 64 CHEVROLET, Super Sports, 4-speed
Unlv.oapltll and
ed fenced porches and,landscaped 3 fireplace yard.; attic O- 114 NW 7th Terr or shopping.call 3763825. Inc. FR 2-3617. Large or small separate units. Ratyn's Key. Phone Statio Priced In Cedar for pay more. RECKLESS to T-Bird trans. 2,500 actual miles. Bucket
Furnished or unfurnished. Phone 241. pay less. GET THE REAL
00. Mortgage 111000. Phone 2 house.BEDROOM Wall to wall CCB carpet.furnished no and Sercetarlal service optional. quick sale at 119. FACTS. Payments as low as 0 Ford seats, radio, heater. Save! . .$3095

372-3731. 2 BR. 10 x 50 Mobile home pets 2903 N. W. 6th St. Call FR Off street parking. $55 to S200 ICC x 27* aluminum factory made S57.2. per month with $300 down. Trucks I
private fence, 100 x 70" tot 6-7749. per month. Call Les Jackson cabana. Must be moved by this LAKE GENEVAMobile 59 RENAULT Dauphine. Extra extra
SEE NOW .2020 NW t.L FR 6-1180. FR 6-6461 anytime. Ernest Tew week. Wll accept first res Homes Sales ,

I No children. $75 mo. 2 BR 732 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per _Realty. able Call FR 2-418. Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. The Unexoected from clean. . . . . . $695 -

607 NW 19th 1 Ave. t: BR. furnisned apartment. No mo.FR 23617.Call McKinney Green Inc. 56 Business OpportunitiesA EVINRUDE fast twIn. 18 hp Bring I960 AMERICAN, 10X 4' 1 BR.! Ford

This 12 pets. 311S. E. 8th St. sao month. $150 and tike It y.Glrantec front kitchen lot 29, Hickory 63 CHEVROLET, Sport Coupe extra
attractive .
3 BR 2 bath
Ocs- Phon. FR '-19&1.I 2 BEDROOM. I bath. Near University & 710 N.E. 5th T.r Hill. Call :
I. block home will appeal to the and J. J. Finley School. GOOD grocery store. Low over. 12.S15 clean. Low mileage . . $2695
family w.ntlng something dif & 2 BR: 1 blk from campus Phone FR 2-1517 Sundays. Weekdays head. If have small 1940 PACEMAKER 10 ft. 2 BR. Mustang
ferent. Built In elec. Iclt. Fireplace air cond. optional $76 $101 462-1119 1821 N. W. 6th you down 16' TURNER Craft with top a 3 excellent s9 Lo
per payment and collateral
In LR. Nice family room. mo. CaU Green. Ave. good or h.p., elec. start. long shaft 27 Nook 63 Sting Ray hardtop end
McKinney Inc. credit see me quick. I've got to Shld CORVEE
Cent. ,
heat fenced yard. Priced rude tilt trailer; compass
at only' 17500. Good terms. 372-3617. ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom sell fowl Ph. FR 6-7231. After Lan, lights battery 6a On . . . . $3995
: large Florida room. month or 7 p.m.. and all day SUICall life ne ext., FOR SALE 1954 El Car Mobile DlsplYSHAW ,
-- -- -
3669. NW 16th Ave. 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & year. Mathewson Manor. C a II FR 2-0641. 2 6-gal. presrver.. condition. Hoe 31 x 8* with 18' x ,cab Extra
4-dr. sedan.
Fairlane
clean. Go 56 FORD
For
married
... couples on 475-2981. Fur n & ,
Y .4ti S1M. FR 4-74X5. laht
LANE
i-npy| love this Brand II ly. Adults. no pets. Rent reasonable. 12 BOWLING ALLEY on W. .
New S U. 2 bath on. half .. Call 3767844. Univ. Ave. for lease. OpportunIty Phone V6-59 clean . . . . . $595
a"-4. lot..yard sprigged tnd 48 Houses for Rent Unfu,". for the right man to get In 72 Office Equipment 1"' MOHAWK with top two 35
landscaped. Cent. heat & air- EFFICIENCY. 112 SE 7th St.. $75 the bowling alley business with HP Evlnrdes. Electric starter KEETER FORD trans.
conditioned. HW floors. family per mo. Call KIMe-GrH n, a small amount of capital. Call traier. $795. 1714 N.E. 55 Convertible cuto. ,

room, double carport. Clec. Kit. _Inc. FR 2-3617. FOR RENT unfurnished 2 BR FR 6-2641 of FR 6-230. Ask for GAINESVILLE'S largest volume office 6th Terr. 230 W. Uniyersit radio heater. Good . $595
chen. Going for only $23.500. house. $60 per mo. unfurnished Mr. Haynes. supply dealer. ChesnufsOffice FR 20503Cleanest to
HOME TO YOURSELVES I
Good financing. 2 BR duplex apt $60 per mo. Equipment Co. Invites you
AIR COOLED. modern 45 trailer _Call FR 6-7466. to come In and shop, or call for 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals AUSTJN HEALEY Mark II '3000'rodster
61 Wanted
316 NE 44th Street 2 BR. Ig. refrigerator, plus 3 x to Buy -- 62

Onfy'UOO d3wn 1C cabana. No pets. Inquire. 15 : We-call have many, attractive rentals Tree Equl Gelver.. wiesnurs 106 W. wm Univ.\ SENT a> truc one-way anywhereIn . . . . $2095
and sea per month SW 2nd PI. us the RentAlls.
will buy this very neat :3 BR, 1 MARY MOELLER REALTOR WANTED: wafer cooler must be Ave. In Downtown Gainesile. 625 NW fr Unlfe. 6-2835.
2 BR turn upstairs Bath, priced reasonable and In good
bath' home on paved street. HW apt. kitchen Cars
LR. & 1019 W. Univ FR 6-4471 working condition. Call 372-8441 SALE
floors. Fenced yard. A real porch. Near Univ. ORG
at 10000. buy $45 per mo. 411 NW 15th St., Available within two weeks threeor ext. 20 8-5 weekdays Of overs. All 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS SUNDAY 2 6 P.M.
Call FR 24.571.COMFORTABLE four bedrooms. two baths new organs. Savings up to 30 I In The OPEN -
WE BUY and sell all kinds of fur.
.
cent. Piano Co.
per SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP
125.00 Eal' -
month
and 1 BR per unfurnished nlture stoves, '
private refrigerators
UNIVERSITY trailer. Responsible: students or near schools. lease required. Call clothes radios, TV etc. Call 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372.2 Your car's pep & power show CountrySPECI.4L

working adults. No pets or chil' KirkpatrIck Agency FR 2-8404. FR 23937.FENCE. SPINET Piano used Mahogany up with a tune-up at BROWN'S
dren. $41 per mo. Phone 372. 31 N. Main St. finish with matching bench $395. SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed 63 PONTIAC, 2-dr. hardtop loaded

REALTY ,838.I 109 N.W. 35th WANTED Grldley Music Co. FR 2-5 recapping & wheel algnent
Street. 3 BR..2bath. 809 N. Main. FR including factory air $2995
1115 N. Mam St. Ph. 372-4351 I I BEDROOM garage Apt. be- 2-car carport avail now. Chain ONE upright piano good 610. I
link prefrred. Redwood
Near Schools, key at 305 N.W. acceptable. price .$159 0' best o 60 VOLKSWAGEN
W. M. Munroe. Realtor hInd Sidney lanier school 2 bJks. ;
: I will move it. Phone 85 AUTOMOBILES for sedan.
35th St. FR 2-9684 after 4:30 or FR 2-1746 SAL CHEVROLET Impala 4-dr.
Gainesville ,
Associates: .from shopping center. FR 6-7110 after 5- FR 61117. b Convertible. A-l through
*
S. I!. Mclaughlin Married couple only. Call Sundays. s at 1318 SW 14th St. BUICJ "'-
Frank Roby cbndifioned'IdtT. $2295
1955, economic out. Air . .
Rev MtCann T. C. Douglas Jr. FR 24943.LARGE 3 BR home for rent. $100 per 64 Household Good For sale 2 used Sunstrands W'Ind M e c h a nc.Uy transpr.t.tt. pere.Mus

3 room apartment. Private month. Must lease for 6 mos. S75, also 1 full keyboardBurroughs sacrifice for In $945
38 Rest Estate Wanted entrance and .bath. Phone FR 66642. 1117 NE 31st Ave. Phone 372- MAYTAG WHIRLPOOL ft KEL- $5 Adding machines, QuIr mornings, FR 6-0132. I 60 CHEVROLET, Impala 4-dr. sedan.

I 3263 after 4:30 P.M. VINATORS. New automatic electric. Cal 3618. .CADILLAC- SEDAN 1957 DeVie: 56 OLDSMOBILE Cleanest one in this area . $1695

WANT TO BUY I LARGE upper Apt. Close to center UNFURNISHED 3 BR house. Stove .wishers from $138.". LOaded with everything. $50. 10
of town. Reasonable good & refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. New Refrigerators from $158.88. 73 Musical MerchandiseR N.W. 38th Terrace. .- Holiday, 4-dor. hardtop. 63 FIAT 1 1100-D 4-dr. sedan. Radio
2 or 3 bedroom home with condition. $100 per mo. U J. MOo Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 after 5:30 New Freezers from $139.95. ,: automatic radio heater I
family roomarvl_ 2 baths. Kitchen ratio 2505 N.W. 6th St. FR 2- P oM. for appt. New Icemaker refrlg. from $279.95. CHEVROLET' 54 $50> 5 BuIck white walls. 2-tone heater . . . . . $1295
must be equipped. Central .,957.I WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL O Janssen : $150; 58 Ford nardop. only, paint.
heat preferred. Must be priced 3 BR house for rent. Inquire at THE VARIETY STORE ny spinet Built-in r $295; '55 Cadillac ean now Clean.

right with reasonable down pay 1 I BR. furnished apt.. water fur. 1340 SE 24th Ave. or- phone FR 7 S.E. 1st Avenue light. Take payment. only $200. See these cas and I SFFJATJ Spyder .. .. .. $795
ment. Write to Box 365-A nished. 4141 NW 12th Ter.. $60 6-5036. House located at 1111 SE FR 6-3484. down Mu man more late model clean t $545
Call 376-2641 4th St. sic B fc G Motor Co. 2001
Gainesville Sun. per mo. or 376-2930 Ceter. 1025 W. Univ. Ave.
ask for Mr. Haynes. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested Plloe NW 13th St. FR 6-7515. 61 FALCON ((2 to chose from) 2dr.
FOR RENT 5 room house in Santa
WOULD like
to 59 PLYMOUTH
MI 3 or 4 BR assume house In mortgage FURNISHED Apartment for rent Fe. Fla. Call 462-1923 or 462- and Guaranteed CORVAIR Mona.6 equipped'I end 4-dr. Sharp! . . . $1295
area. Write P. O. Finley with living Rnx. bedroom, tile 1170. Earl Hill. 42 Refrigerators from $39 op 76 Airplane SalesRentalsLOOK with radio white sidewall i Savoy 2 door V-8 _

_Un''". Stat. Gainesville.Box13872, bath, alr-cond. U 2 bedroom Ranges from $39 up tir.. 8,000 actual miles.. straight sti Real -
Apt. FR 29M9.EAST. 121 N. W. 25th Street. close to 17 Washers from $19 up payments small equi k flood
Univ.. 3 bedroom. 1 bath 9 Dryer from $49 up $2990 ty. Will consider older car for- condition. Test the Sunbeam "Imp"C
39 Out of Town Property SIDE range and refrigerator. silo 2 Food-Freezers from S99 up 1961 22 -"168- h.p. equity. owner at .,
Mo. of can furnish air con d. 2 Dishwashers from $49 up ItlPt5t Model 2250 ext. 33.Cal $595
GARDENAPARTMENTS on lease at higher rate. FR 69565. 10 TV Sets from $35 up full blind Inst. 15 weekday 16 Unique Sports Car features
3 ACRES OF land 2 bedroom JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. VIFOml radio auxiliary DODGE LANCER., 1961 mod-770 4
house other buildings 3 miles 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 fuel 2 place side by Dr. s-sflck, new tires. 39,000 ml. 59 CHEVROLET

north of Starke en Rt. 301. Ph. 6 ROOMS. S125 per month near side sports aircraft crises 10 $895. Mr. Baldwin, 376-4404. Impala hardtop Racing style engine
44-5934.. Univ. Stove 4 refrigerator turn. USED APPLIANCES m.p.h. above the heat 4-do. ,
,
$57 per month upGainesville's RANGES FROM $39.95. Falcon 1963, 2-door standard shift.Excellent red and white. red interior.
Gladys Smith Realtor 1229 W. Can be financed 1-3 down 24
of
Ass u m e gasoline
Finest Univ. 371-5373. Refrigerators from $49.95. months codition. C 40 Miles per gallon
40 Businus or longer on bal. Cal 9 to Radio. heater. power
Propertie; TV payments.
from $39.95. FR Cassels-ln- The Cal 2.32 5
Furnished or unfurnished 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath. ..ttlChedaar.g. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL Inc, alr. 1957 2 dr. hardtop,. steerin. brakes. interval
Municipal A I r PLYMOUTH per 5,000 mile service
INCOME SPECIAL Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom ..partmente .. Air conditioner. Kit. THE VARIETY STORE Murray. por Ke v-8 automatic. $600. Phone FR walls. I
: 19 apt. units ,
309' NE fth St. Phone 376- chen appliances optional. $100
7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR Like
beautiful condition and location. 9608. mo. 720 NW 20th Ave. FR 2. 6-34S4. STUDENTS PILOTS AND 2.76.RABLER new.

A after good reasonable-living above down payments payt. TWO bedroom furnished apt. 1685. AIRCRAF OWNERS .. Clasic 16. White. Can, be 2- $1195 I 5

ASKI ARCH CAMPBELL near Univ. & Alachua General $n Mo.. 3 BR. 1 bath carport. 66 Misc. For Sal YOU .
REALTOR. Phone 376-5707 ANY. Hospital. Ph. FR 6-7955. Galnes. patio Ig. yard. quiet street. Call Bu. -we teach you Tripacer to fly refinanced or tak. up payments.Excellent S1p ?
TIME. vllle or write R. T. Stroud P. 0. FR 6-1019 after S p.m. 150 HP.15 Pipr wing 130 2.5"2 55 FORD
-
Box 365. St. Augustine. BEAUTIFUL colorful mounted OLDS 2 dr. sports Vi
SUB-LEASE 2 Br. brick house. Un- m.p."rll aircraft. 1005 Hrs. 195 finish coup. to pick up. New teg
42 Farm & Acre.s. 2 large rooms 1st floor privet furn., fenced yard FInley area, sallflsh./ 6'2" By Al Pfleguer. ttll hrs. s.m.o.h. let black Clean In new tires.
tires.
Fla. white .
Miami The
Only $165. Tac.
I
bath adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave. walking distance to Univ. Call engine. V.H.F. ommi radio ALF. lo wil
radio
kle Box 1490 and
FR 6-3275. Hawthorne Rd. Autoatic I
160 acre farm with all equipment. 145 effIciency. private bath a. en rlClo. Marker Beacon receiver heater. $445 Holder $245
Half mile paved road frontage. trance. Also furnished room 2 BEDROOMS and bath. Kitchen. NEW 1964 fll blind flight. Inst. 4106 NW 6th St., 3764465.
with light. hot & cold water. In Living room and dining room Automatic Zig Zags drop In panel clean beautiful aircraft
Good farms and acreage fittings.Call best part of city. $35. 321 .N.E. combined. $50. Shady yard. Inquire cams for fancy stitches. buttonholes can be bought on the time Raulerson I Barkley Molors'In
with THE
3rd St. 1025 N.E. 3rd Ave. or FR a p p llques monograms Plyt. plan down & 3 FOR COREC
Ben Griff""'". Associate 6-6703. etc. $50 up. Easy terms. Sewing baL $4,990.00. Call FR
Efficiency apt., water furnished Machine Service Co. $15 W. Univ. 2. Cassels-ln-The-AIr Inc. TIME aIR I Motors
GLADYS SMITH 'Realtor $35 per mo. 3505 N.W. 17th St. Ave. Ph. 376-1075. Airport, Gainesville i

!!2w. University 372-5393 Call 3617. McKinney Green Inc. FR 2- 49 Rooms For Rent 2[ FLOOR length evening gowns Fla. Ken Murray. 2-1411 I 1611 HAWTHORNE the Auto Game Barke'! the Name"

each worn once. Green size 9, 4 PIle Aeronca AC. New paint.
1 I ROAD I
FORDYCEACREAGE 1 and 3 bedroom furnished apartments Courtesy Of
some air conditioned. ROOMS fw men. Weekly maid crla. Jf white lz.Jri.orlg.. rlc Interior. A hr. I 372-5285 2201 N. Main FR 2-4373
service linens and refrigerator sii- each. Call SMOH n g e r d. M.r 11.Slf.DO. University Chevrolet I
Summer rates. near Universityand -
Call FR Home of A-l Used Cars
Medical Center. 914 S. W. furnished. 372-1115 or 372-1981 7. x 3T* Custom built book .n. N. Main St. at 16th A,..
416 NE 2nd Ave. Po
7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3442 or FR cases. Adlustabl shelves $100. CARS-TRUCKS-UPS I
369 acres at $161.00. Ov r 160 acres 6-2664. FOR businessman. Large bedroom Hotpolnt Chest type deep freezer _
ef permanent Pasture. andwater In excellent cond. $100. Phone I i - -- n -
rv'tn-ut CLEAN and neat near campus private bath. Facilities. for light GAINESVILLE
available tntt and shopping, one bedroom prefer meals. 306 N.E. 7th Avenue. 37W1U. or see at lila N.E. 3rd DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS j
land.
Small parcel available under FR 2-1708. St. AUTO SALES -
married tenants. can

acres.Exceptional.J4.000.M. Approxlmatety_ 20 time. any -SINGLE or double room In large 1 V* ton COLD SPOT alr-conditton-: 1007 N. Main St. "
Ralph FOSSEY Realtor er. $100 or best offer FR 6-3275.
cool rooming house. 2 blocksoff !
acreage perfect for No Down
cutting Into small tracts only 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 campus. Kitchen living Rm. FOREIGN stamp collection. Low Phone FR 2.6313 POOLE-GABLE Payment
Florida Since 1906"
"Selling
O9500 & maid service. Cell FR 2-2726.
art acre. Over 100 acres price. Cad FR 1-6636 after S p.rn. Northcentrol FIorId'sLorgest ,
available. Call or consult 119 SE First Are.
Very clean nicely furnished 1 bed- Room. Men. double or single.
FORDYCEASSOCIATESd room apartment. Tile bath. $65. Separate from main house. WESTINGHOUSEVacuum 3724343Haven't
Dealer
733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 64644 or 2636V NW. 2nd Avenue. Phone Inpdent
Cost "9.95 Now
INC. FR 2-9549. Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. FR 6-7786. Shown by IPPOInt.ment. t1,.._'.?_ I tka newGUARANTEED_ new. 21: months before YOUR firstPaymentisdue.July2,1964)
-
t 'u W. Univ. 376-1236 MODERN EFFICIENCIES Air I .-- I ,

i LOS TRANCOS WOODS conditioned Phone A. E. Harp 102 NW 13th St. Men > Women. KIRBY SALES & SERVICE
( 2.4 ACRE wooded tracts west of FR 6.3573.NICELY rooms and apts. near campus M2 N. Main FR 6-7119 or 6-1117.

\ Gainesville. $365 dow.total furnished convenient day week month. FR 6-2937 or STRAWBERRIES You Heard ? ( ) \
} price $1820. Drrve-wesf on New. FR 6-1082.
berry Road. turn right on SR downtown area. S75. Also garageapt. 25 cents per quart you pick them.
No. 241 and watclf for sign on air conditioned. SVO. Adults NICE Quiet bedroom for rent. Hayes Farms Breaker Fla.' I IMAN'S I
' the only no pets. Inquire Lillian's Businessman' or nice sober stu These reconditioned. Some have
right ofcall anytime tor Music Store. dent. $35 per mo. 414 NE 2nd diamond ring. Carat a cars are completely new paint jobs

il map to tie mailed/ GRAD.- or upper div. engr. student _St. FR 6-7212. wholesale.points. Wilt 519 definitely N.E.,5th sell Terrace.below 1964 RAMBLER I some have brand new tires. Every one of them is ready to go!rt

to ACRES. Southwest and close to. wanted to share 2 BR a-c: CLEAN quiet corner room forman I
a4 i town.' $225. an acre. duplex at 825 NE 8th Ave. In private home. Outside REFRIGERATOR. Westinghouse. t

Ralph _, Realtor $59 mo. Marvin Moss. 6-2365 or entrance. Off street perking 195C. good condition,$85. Call FR'I I
FOSSE Univ. 2986. space. Summer rates. FR 2-3119. 6-7942 After 6 pjn. j STOCK MONTHLY
11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-135 The Lowest-Priced American-Built YEAR MAKE .
SelUng Florida. 5tiic. 1906" FIVE room furnished apt. clean ROOMS for rent I block from FOR SALE 4x8 utility trailer car. NO. PAYMENT
& comfortable water turn. $7$ campus Close to laundry. restaurants excellent condition. Nylon tires.

ACREAGE per mo. Adults only no pets. kitchen. TV privileges. lights. S125. Phone 372-4697 after
joe acres. 200 under cultivation. Can be seen at 225 SW 2nd SU !2Lper month. FR 2-0747. 5:30 P oM. Delivered at Ridgway Motor Co. for 59-A 60 FALCON 2dr. $48.00
Phone 3764337. ,
fenced and cross fenced. M acres PRIVATE room with privet beth KEEP carpet cleaning problems
pasture. M com planted. 3 acres 3 BR. welt turn. lit floor duplex. t. ertreoce. AvalL May_ 1st. If sm 9-use' Blue' Lustre well to only: 157-A 59 RAMBLER 4dr. $46.50
tobacco allotment. baL Jn pert. Quiet. near campus. Air cond. Interested can FR 23976. wetL Rent electric shampooer ,
pasture water. N.W. of Gainesville Accept 3 mature oulet responsible SI. McDerdell Furniture Co. I 82-A 59 MERCURYRAMBLER 53.75
equipment tractor. good person 3764494.AIRCONDITIONED 323 N.W. 14th St. optional all- Gainesville Shopping Center.
financing good' road. CaU conditioned single turn. room II
MOEttER REALTOR apartment. I share house %49 a m*. plus SINGER AUTO ZIG ZAG 138-A 59 Wagon 53.75
MARY bedroom and patio with cook. utilities FR 6-9565. Drop-In cam*. for decorative design
101* W. University FR 6-4471 OJt. Near Medical Center and *. buttonholes monograms 1763PLUS 36-B 59 OPEL, 2-dr. $31.00

BEAUTIFUL building site for the Univ. Call FR 2-3489 or 6-4360. ROOM FOR RENT thru summer sews on buttons. etc. $7.09 per II

family.that wants to be-outsid 1 5*. 1226V* NW etn St.. $65 per swimming convenient to pool.campus.Reasonable use of mo. Balance $68. 815 W. Univ. 202-A 59 2-dr.- $24.00
,. Almost 5 Ave. Phone 376-1075. BORGy
the city -UrnS? acres.laroe mo. Can McKlnney-Green Inc.
rent.
Ph. FR 64714.A .
6-A 58
4-dr
'"". food/ 'wtt. Convenient FR 2-3417. GOING out c* the building busi $34.00
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Call R. Mytilne.ERNESTTEW NICE and various types Of mould-
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!fit NW 13fh St. FR' 6461 and' 4 P oM. 57 FORD. 4-efr. $7400.C
NEWLY decorated 1 BR apt. Ladies
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FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE or couples preferred. Across home for lease. te- STJ1Ri&VrR.Woqon .
RURAL PROPCRTICS" from Mm. bldg. 303 SW 13th St. 11t Call after 6 PJTV. -
Cited In nice quiet nelgtlborotIood. Your New Rambler is ,
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4T. swimming pool. Call 372- Frigldatn refrigerator. stove NEW

u.s. Hwy.Ph.441 466-3'Ukano-y. Fla. 1367 evenings. and Tiled flat kitchen top hot tiled water baths heater.and 1964 UNIVERSAL ZIG ZAG. Waiting for You at: : Lots of Other Models for Less, Money!

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