Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Tense Moment .

Continued for almost an hour yesterday as
city commissioners and city finance officials studied
Accord Reached
a dozen bids on loans for the planned capital im Rail
provements here. As City Finance Director Clarence

O'Neill, right, opened each bid and read each price,.
\ a battery of computers whirred in front of him. Be .
side him is Mayor Howard McKinney. (Sun Photo I

by Eddie Davis). WASHINGTON (AP) A give and take agreementhas Wednesday night to announce how many Jobs will be affectedor
ended the threat of a nationwide railroad strike, with settlement of the long, highly how much money the rail- r
President Johnson a victor in the toughest domestic test complex dispute a little more roads may save won't be known
of his administration. than 48 hours before a scheduled for some time after the general
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.tr;: f... :;t.at union officials threatened nation's economy in knots. .contract language.In .
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to strike part of the New York Sibility that the threat would DC The agreement' in effect gave herding union and management -

( ,. y ;, Central Railroad. But sources carried outJohnson union members financial gains negotiators successfully -
6 wSY $ nvolved in the negotiations in obviously elated, in exchange for letting the rail- through 13 days of emergen-
I .Vashington discounted the posI went before television cameras roads reduce employment. Just (See RAILS on Page 2))

II I,, M 4yf 'aa'a Lyndon's Performance I IOpening

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r By JAMES MARLOW He did exactly the same in the rail dispute which had draggedon

WASHINGTON AP) President Johnson put a way of life to since 1959. In their time neither Eisenhower nor Kennedy could
work-his way-and the railroad dispute was settled without a get the two sides to agree. But Johnson did. '

strike. His performance here is perhaps the best single insight into The case reached the Supreme Court twice; Congress steppedin
how he runs the presidency.How once (1963)); a presidential commission, arbitration board, and
did he get the railroads' management and emergency board failed to prevail, and the government exhaustedits
unions to reach a settlement after being at each machinery for delaying or stopping a strike. \

r-- 0 other's throat for five years? He worked at it. He Analysis: It was due to begin April 10. Johnson called both sides to the
never got off their backs. What The White House and on the night of April: 9 got an agreement there
;e- He has more drive than President Eisenhower NewsMeans would be no strike before April 25 and that in the meantime the
and Kennedy and more down to earth dogged per- two sides would work hard for a settlement. '

sistence, and apparently far more energy as was The President kept them at it day and night worked Secretaryof
demonstrated in this past week alone by all his Labor W. 'Willard Wirtz overtime, and called in experienced

handshaking, speeches and news conferences. outside mediators to help out. Johnson was on top of it all the time.
.x f Whether in the long run his general judgment is half so good as He coaxed but didn't threaten
; either man's remains to be seen in future events. He had a big personal and political stake in the outcome him

He made his reputation as Democratic leader in the Senate self. He put his presidential prestige on the line in this one -par-
and he was probably the best Senate leader in this century by ticularly by making optimistic statements and a strike would
S SYN. A DV4 .getting opposing sides to compromise their differences and reach have been an impressive setback.
agreement. And he was tireless. (See JOHNSON on Page 2)LI. )

;" Weather Mars Fair Opening S. Is Prepared .

To Knock Out Cuba
NEW YORK AP-The New Civil rights demonstrations, which put a damper on things. The United States, the Presi spoke were former President
York World's Fair bloomed in and a threatened highway traf- President Johnson, noting the dent added, would soon be a Harry S. Truman, New York -
almost all its heralded splendorbut fic tie-up which never came off, fair's theme of "peace through nation "in which no man is Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller WASHINGTON (AP) Hun- Mayport, Fla., area.
rain, cold and fog put a de- apparently contributed toward understanding," said that handicapped by the color of his Francis Cardinal Spellman, Roman dreds of U.S. jet fighter bombers President Johnson, the State
cided damper on its opening 92,646. At least a quarter of a "peace is not only possible in skin or the nature of his belief." Catholic archbishop of and attack planes each Department and other U.S. offi-
Wednesday. million visitors had been ex- our generation, but I predict it Among those under the can New York, Mayor Robert F. capable of hurling tons of explosives cial and unofficial sources have

pected. But it was. the weather, is coming much nearer." opied platform as Johnson Wagner, and Robert Moses. .are poised within been warning Cuba of possible

FEA MayIntegrate9 ..:. president of the fair. striking'reach of Cuba- a check serious consequences if Fidel
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in a brief speech to disclosed today. Castro follows through on his
.,* -' .. ...". .. ,{L.' ..._,....\ ;. H7".,.._ '._ ,'...:.;: ", ,J:>?:". -- <:"'" 4"' 23,000 Truman listeners, in rain-drenched A significant force. of these threat to shoot down American

V U Singer Bowl, said, "There's reconnaissance planes.
Demonstrators i 7 Arrested only one Moses and that's not high speed, powerfully armed These U.S. warnings have
MIAMI BEACH (AP) The U.S. jets could be over carefully
been belief that
prompted by
40,000 member Florida Education ,- the one mentioned in the Bible. pinpointed Cuban antiaircraft
the Soviets be about to turn
Association was to consider At the opening ceremonies, missile batteries within minutesof may
today a proposal to integrate by NEW YORK (APHundredsof day attendance was Also arrested was Bayard messages were read from for any order to go. over to the Cubans 24 complexesof .
SA2 antiaircraft missiles.It
deleting the word "white" from civil rights demonstrators 92,646, about a third of what Rustin, a leader of last sum- mer Presidents Dwight D. Ei
its charter. marched chanted, lay down had been expected. Officials mer's civil rights march on senhower and Herbert Hoover. Some of them are posted at was such a missile, able to(
Mrs. Edna Tait of Tallahassee and resisted police as the New blamed the rain and demonstra- Washington. President Johnson also cut Air Force and Navy bases in reach 80,000 feet, that downeda
president of the FEA, said "I York World's Fair opened in a tions. Demonstrators said they were the tape, and spoke, at the fed- Florida. Others are aboard two high altitude U.S. U2 recon-
don't think there will be any chilling rain Wednesday.More Chanting "freedom, freedom" protesting what they called discriminatory eral pavilion before flying backto big aircraft carriers now in the naissance plane over Cuba at
great battle. I imagine it will than 300.demonstrators, demonstrators nearly drownedout hiring practices of Washington. As pickets the peak of the 1962 said crisis.

pass." both Negro and white and some one of President Johnson'stwo some companies sponsoring ex- chanted and shouted and some School Bus Pentagon alerts sources have been no precautionary -
The result of the vote won't be from distant states, were speeches, and they sat down hibits, and segregation and dis- youths waved placards, Johnson dered. or
made public until Saturday. dragged into police vans hauledoff through the national anthem. crimination both South and said: "We do not try to cover form of
Dade, Pinellas and several to a wire-fence stockade, They forced temporary dosing North, especially in schools and up our failures; we freely admit Head-On taliation The most, observers probable believe re-,
other counties proposed dropping and thence to court. of at least housing.
two of the modernistic : them and bend our energiesto would be swift blow to knock
the racial bar by deletingthe commercial There was no charge that the toil to meet them."
unable pavilions.A
Some stayed jail, or out one or more of the Cuban
word "white. baiL fair itself was guilty of discrim There lots of AutoAn
unwilling to post much-heralded auto "stall- were pretty By antiaircraft missile complexes.
However, Mrs. Tait There were a few bloodied In" to create a huge traffic jam ination. girls. Miss Louisiana, wearinga Almost certainly it would bea
passage of the proposal probably heads but no serious injuries.One around the fair site in Queensdid red-sequined strapless gown, 82-year-old Earlton man high explosive attack, although
would not bring many Negro of the 5,000 city and private not develop. Traffic was Police 'Fry'Tomorl"ov gallantly waved from a convert- was reported in fair conditionthis all the UJS. jets are
teachers into the organization.Teachers policemen on duty said the dem- only 25 per cent of normal and ible despite the rain and a tem- morning after his auto capable of nuclear warfare.
The Florida State onstrators were treated "with moved better than usual, said perature in the low 40's. collided head-on with a school Coming in low under radar,
Association, Negro counterpartof kid gloves." Traffic Commissioner Henry But the 4,000 marchers greatly bus yesterday south of Waldo. the American fighter bombersand
the FEA "has there fine programs still will, "We had instructions from Barnes. The Gainesville Police De outnumbered the onlookers, The Alachua County Sheriff's attack jets could hit fast
and I anticipate she said. our captains to go easy," said Among those arrested was partment is offering fresh mullet estimated in the hundreds. department reported no injuries and hard before the defenses
be two organizations also, scheduled Lt. Robert Como, leader of one James Farmer, national direc- baited beans, cole slaw and Only about eight per cent of aboard the bus, which was could react, sources said.
The FSTA week in Miami. detail.PersontoPerson tor of the Congress of Racial hushpuppies-all the customercan the 139 pavilions were not quite carrying three children at the The United States gets photographic
meetings this Equality, which planned the eat-at a fish fry tomorrow. ready for the "opener," and a time. The jnjured driver was coverage of all of Cuba
demonstrations inside the fair, Sponsored by the Gainesville few did not open. identified at Alachua General
Forum grounds and suspended its Police Benevolent Assn., the As night fell, lighted pavilionsand Hospital as John L. Saunders.The .
Brooklyn chapter for planning dinner will be held from 6 to colored fountains glowed bus driver reported he County Gets
I the "stall-h." 9 pjn. at Citizens Field northof through the fog; the pool of in- was rounding a curve when he
For Candidates Planned Farmer said the demonstra- 8th Ave. on the Waldo Rd. dustry erupted with fireworks, met the auto on the wrong sideof
tions were intended to point up Tickets are $1, and can be ob- and powerful searchlights raked the road, the Sheriff's De- Grant For

The Gainesville League of said that several candidateshad the contrast "between the glit- tained from any police officeror the sky.It partment said.
approached the League ter and the fantasy of the at the desk of the Gainesville was gala and it was fun, Damage was estimated at
I Women Voters is sponsoring 'a asking that a meeting of this World's Fair and the real worldof police station, Officer Leon but nature didn't cooperate at $600 to the car and $100 to the Film LibraryThe
person-to-person outdoor candi type be arranged. discrimination.*' Jones reported. all. bus.
dates meeting Saturday, from 2- Alachua County school
,t ... *n at the Gainesville: Shan-
t'a' system got a $7,500 federal
ping Center. grant this morning in Tallahassee -

Under a canopied area in the w to finance expansion of its

parking lot of the Shopping Center Studio Sues Liz for ConductBad 1'3".,.,d .. film library.

the candidates for county l The money will buy 84 new
offices will be on hand to discuss ,
Tom McCrorle,
in informal conversation, Taste Morals Cited 50 Million Actionactress superintendent of instructional
in .
the issus of the upcoming cam- / materials in Alachua County,

paign and answer any questionsput ....... .,. : told The Sun this morning. It
to them. No. formal speeches 2frw dark ;imt1 had received in excessof publicity as a result of her con- with each other although each a .. ) < 4d11 will mean about a 12 per cent
are planned.Candidates $2 million. duct and deportment both dur- was to the public knowledge at expansion of the library.
of state
for offices
NEW YORK- Elizabeth Taylor and subsequent to the prOduction these times, married to another ,.
The studio seeks ing there films
representative, county judge $20 million in and "holding themselves Currently are 704
county sheriff, county school and Richard Burton were damages from Miss Taylor. of 'Cleopatra and whileit and ridi- \ filed and available to the coun-
the public scorn
superintendent, school board sued Wednesday for $50 millionin She was charged with breach- become was being offensive distributed to good so as taste to 'up.to cule." ''f ty's school children.They're .
assessor, county commissioner in connection with her in
county damages ing contract the following t
morals and to depreciatethe shared with G I J.
and public defender The suit also seeks to enjoin t
the motion "Cleopatra. <
commercial value of 'Cleo to a 'i., christ and Union counties un- ,
invited. from continuing
have been Miss Taylor '.
and who "By not reporting for work; patra.' 9 der the provisions of the grant,
Mrs. William M. Shenkel Miss Taylor Burton not for impugn the quality of the pic-
by reporting work
made under the National De- .
President of the local League, were married recently, were time by not As a result, Fox said, it has ture. .A.i. '
; performing her .:,.... \..... fense Education Act
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charged with breach of contract services with due diligence, care suffered great.harm "not fully "Cleopatra," the most expensive '
and with depreciating the com or attention; by reporting for computable at the present time, movie ever made, cost $44 .; ',. ;.; k The films in the library are <
mercial value of the movie by work in a condition which did but which is not less than $20 million to produce. According to correlated with subjects being I

WHERETO "scandalous" conduct before not permit her to perform her million." figures released two months I'' -... ,.-.',.. taught in the school systemso I
and during the filming.The services; by suffering herself by the film has grossed $29.75 tiT' ... >2"; they can be used as visual
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The second claim for $5 million ago, .. ;"'"'','".,'', ).;, !
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FIND ITO suit was filed in federal her own acts and fault to be- was leveled against Bur- million in 148 cities in 31 coun- aids by the teachers. A move
and distributors come disabled incapacitated, or is on to establish the libraries :
court by the producers ton. The charges against Burton, tries. '" '
of the film, 20th Cen- unphotographable, and unable to who Mark Anthony in .. throughout the state.
Comics . . 20 tury-Fox Film Corp. and 20th perform her services. portrayed" mirrored those Seymour Poe, executive vicepresident : When he announced the
O Classified 22-25 Century-Fox Productions, LTD. "By conspiring with and in- "Cleopatra, of Fox said recently: .J' grants this morning, State Supt.
Miss Taylor.
0 Entertainment 22 ducing others to breach their against "It is not as successful as we of Schools Thomas D. Bailey
0 Obituaries . 2 Under the terms of her contract agreements faithfully to per The third claim for $25 millionis hoped it would be, but we will 4 said the grants are intended to
O Opinion Page 4 Miss Taylor was guaran- form their services in the production against both Miss Taylor and still, at the present level pay ._: boast the use of films in schools
0 Sports . 11-14 teed a salary of $750,000 against of Cleopatra by suffering Burton. Twentieth Century-Fox off Its entire cost and contribute and to make more up-to date I
o Women's . .8, 9 10 per cent of the gross receipts.The herself to be held up to contended that its property had $11 million toward the earnings LIZ TAYLOR films available in the counties
film company said that,the scorn, ridicule and unfavorable been damaged by"their conductS of this company." TJnable* to Work? being served by libraries already !- .. J
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Loses to Get Nixon Weather Roundup Guilty Plea ,'

1 Fight

\ Made In Johnson

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I Listed As Fla. GOP Choice :I: B./ \\c.. Wife SlayingA From Page 1

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.! -- man charged with the knife A settlement would mean the a politician and it is as such
I I TALLAHASSEE (AP) Former dismissed today a petition of An- Secretary of State Tom Adams c\ \ I
I I slaying wife 'early this opposite. No wonder he was so that he is running the presidency.
LI Vice President Richard Nixthony Battaglia, St. Petersburg denied the constitutional rights A Partly cloudy and warm : ; month second
pleaded to
guilty meant
through Friday scattered silo w- \ I delighted when he rushed to a But that is not juji
I on's name will not on lawyer and GOP national committee of: the' delegates when he removed 66 to 72. } degree murder
appear ers. Low tonight high FriyBC.D charges yesterday -studio to go on the airalthoughit shaking hands and making
w the Florida presidential primary which sought to put Nixon's the slate from the ballotat I ** eLUaMe' in Circuit Court. I he does
F Partly cloudy 15L. '. '- meant interrupting programsand speeches although
ballot as the choice of a name on the ballot against Nixon's request. through Friday, few scattered "" Judge George L. Patten sentenced -- announce the result as plenty of both.

I'I Republican slate of delegates. Nixon's wishes. Nixon said he did not want to afternoon showers. Low to- \ F0 him to a term of six I fast as he could. There are various kinds of

The Florida Supreme Court Battaglia argued that Florida participate in presidential pri night in 60s, high Friday 85 \-_.. months to 20 years in prison. politician: The sonorous, the I
of state Johnson is in
maries. The not
secretary to 90. South and southwest 5 .., ..1:\ Randall Pitts, 48, 714 SE 8th pompous, the placid, the active,
acted on an attorney general'sopinion foreign affairs. He lacks Kenne-
Rate to 15 mile winds.E. St., allegedly stabbed his wife and the very aggressive who
Low Interest that Nixon'sright of H Partly cloudy through I 10 times. He was indicted by dy's intellectuality the he- tries, often behind the scenes, \
should be scattered aftern H\S41i roic symbolism of Eisenhower.And .
privacy respected. Friday. some eon the to anticipate and shape events.
showers likely. Low tonight near 70. grand jury on a charge of
Battaglia filed the'slate of delegates high Friday 85 to 90. South and .. first degree murder. But the the typical corn of the Johnson is this aggressive kind.
to 15 mile winds. \.1.
Southeast 10 '
with himself as chairman, G Partly cloudy through Frl- WI..... court accepted a guilty plea to American politician pops For example: He has kept up
On City BondsA saying it was a draft Nixon ef- Low day. tonight Chance near of brief 70. high shower Friday or two.upper second degree. through his public statements.But a private correspondence with

fort. He consented to the removal 80s. South and southeast 10 to 15 ", he is Soviet Premier Khrushchev andas
mile winds. -a \ One other man was sentencedin above everything,
of Nixon's name only ifthe I Partly cloudy through Fri a result of it Johnson and
Boston firm bid low withan ion over the number of responses slate could remain on the day. Some scattered afternoon show- GAINESVILLEVEATHER court action yesterday. He
ers likely. Low tonight in 60s, high was Clifford Raymond Miller,I Youth Claims the Russian were able to announce
average annual interest rate to their advertisementfor ballot unpledged.But Friday< to S6 15 to 90.mile South winds.J .and southeast Municipal Airport readingsor 47, a so-called Gideon defen- at the same time they
of 3.1954 per cent on financingthe bids, and the interest rates the Florida attorney general Partly cloudy through Friday. 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: i Gun. Fired were cutting down productionof

city's $6 million capital improvements -I contained in the responses. advised that the form ofthe tonight Few scattered 70 to 75.shower high Friday likely.80 Low to High 90 at 3 p.m., low 60 at dant.He originally convictedin material for nuclear weapon -

bond issue yester. i "It was about .10 per" cent slate could not be changed 85. Southeasterly- Partly cloudy 10 to 18 through mile winds.K Friday 6 a.m. No rain.TEMPERATURES. 1961 of assault was with intent to At His CarA !. I

less than I expected, remarked since the qualifying period had few scattered showers likely. ELSEWHEREHigh How much of the same he If
murder. He sentenced
day.The Low tonight 75. high Friday 82 to 84. Low Preclp. was to
bid was almost .20 per Commissioner Jim Richard- ended. Southeasterly 12 ALMANACSunset to 18 mile winds. Jacksonville 89 78 6 76* 10 years. 17-year-old youth told policethe doing with other world leadersis

cent below the second highestof 11 son. Battaglia contended that Nixon today 7:01 p.m. Tampa Miami 88 71 Yesterday he pleaded guiltyto back window of his auto not known. But this is how he

12 bids submitted.It The bid opening was a mile- waived his rights to privacyas Sunrise Moonset tomorrow tomorrow 5:54 4:59 a.m.a.m. Atlanta New Orleans 76 83 64 73 aggravated assault and saw was smashed by a burst of gun- operates because this is how he

came from First Boston ,stone in implementing the city's a public figure and because Full PROMINENT Moon STAR April 26 New Boston York 45 47 42 4ft .17 his sentence changed to five fire yesterday. always operated in the Senateon

Corp. and Associates. I capital improvement plan that he consented to having his Antares VISIBLE rises PLANETS 10:15 p.m. WashingtonChicago 62 64 48 46 years by Judge Patten.In Reinhold M. Sommer Jr., of the telephone or in his of.

Under the low bid, the city was approved Feb. 11 by the I name on the Oregon presidential -! Venus high in west at sunset Kansas City 71 52 .61 other court action yester- 233 SW 2nd PI., told police a fice-making arrangements on
66 41
sets 10:18 p.m. Denver vote before the
will pay a total of $2,421,636 in voters. primary ballot. Saturn. rises 3:28 a.m. Ft. Worth 81 68 .05 day, 21-year-old Johnny Mac group of Negro youths shoutedat a vote was
All that's left now is a visit said the Los Angeles 63 55 Brown innocent taken.In .
Battaglia delegateswere pleaded by reason -
interest 1984 the matur-
through MARINE FORECAST Seattle 50 3> .26 him as he drove through the
to New York to sign the neces- qualified for public office KEY TIDES of temporary insanity to the end, all the extraordinary ,
ity date of the last. bonds in the EAST GULF: South and southwest CEDAR 1700 block of NE 8th Ave. at
sary papers and to pick up the and there was no provision under winds 10 to 18 knots through Friday. Friday High at 12:21 a.m. and charges that he murdered his energy of Johnson will ,a
issue. Partly cloudy with few scattered 12:33 p.m. Low at 6:35 ajn. and 7:01 10:05 p.m. Sommer said he then
After the bid opening in the [money. After that the money Florida law for the removal showers. p.m. _: wife and father-in-law, Betty heard gunshots, and the rear come to nothing if his judgment i

Utility Operations Center, the will be ready for spending. It 1 of their names from the bal- Mae Brown, 18, and Theodore window of the 1957 Ford he was over a period of time
will be used for projects includ- MorcAbout Brown, 43.Brown proves bad. So far it seems to
I city officials expressed satisfacbituarie driving was broken.
ing a new city hall, street paving Supreme Court denied is represented by at- have been all right.

sewers and other municipal -Battaglia an order that would torney Selig I. Goldin.Audubon Sommer's father said the When he first took over the

improvements. have instructed the secretary of Rails youth told him four Negro presidency he appeared a little

state to restore Nixon's nameto Due youths tried to stop him as he unsure. As time passed and h

More About 1* the ballot. The court said it was driving with an older man. suffered no disaster and madeno

BEN RODGERS would file an opinion setting From Page 1 Aa Ocala ParkThe The youth said he slowed, then apparent mistakes, he became
1 saw other Negroes and speeded increasingly active until (
; CHIEFLAND Ben Rod- Cuba forth its reasons later. .
wnen tne incident took now he is all over the place,
up place,
Alachua Society
House talks Johnson mileage payments, and seven Audubon -
resident of White ,
fers, 87, a pioneer cy his father reported.The talking and working.One .
l this city, died at his home yesterday stamped his brand indelibly on paid> holidays. for hourly-paid will undertake an all-day side of Johnson hasn't
ill From Pace 1 MasonsTo and achieved field 'trip Saturday to the Ocala youth could not be reached -
F after an extended U.S. labor history employes. this for been seen yet: how he acts if
National For est. Members morning comment.
ness. by high altitude planes at least what two former presidents, The railroads gained the rightto things go against him.
should the
A native of Ouitman, Ga., once a week.In Confer Congress, the courts and five cut the number of employesnow meet at 7:30 a.m. at ,

I. he came here 62 years a?o. addition to bombs, both .A.... years of bargaining had failedto required to man self-pro- roadside U.S. 441 park and at Williston the junctionof Road. Who's JUSTISS? ,
( )
for 40 ,
I He operated a grocery Air Force and Navy jets are ; accomplish. pelled track maintenance equipment What's a .
I years prior tn his retiremnet 18 missiles. and limited use of train Dr. Thomas E. Humphreys, Actor Gig Young's wife,
armed with Bullpup DegreesThe "This agreement prevents PUBLIC DEFENDER? I
director said
trip Elaine
participants gave birth to a dauh-'
I years ao. He was a member The Bullpups with warheadsup we hope for all time-a crip- crews for yard work under certain -should bring lunches and field ter Wednesday.The Who CARES?

of the ChJofland First Bantist to 1,000 pounds of high explosive York Rite Spring Festival pling and disastrous strike in conditions. In of rain the See orange blue .and. gold handbill j
for'many glasses. case trip infant, named Jennifer, around town ssified sec. 6. I
served '
Church a"d
..... are considered extremely -will close with the conferring of the railroad industry," Johnson Union withdrawal of demandsfor will be rescheduled. is the couple's first. Pd. Adv. j
)'" t\n He hnri4 of de 'cons. accurate against targets the Order of the Temple on a said. overtime pay for road em-

Survivors inHnde a son, such as the Cuban missile class of 12 candidates by Pilgrim Negotiators for the five unions -ployes and night pay for all] "MORE PROGRESS FOR r
Franklin: a sister. Mrs. 01 a AreaEvacuated
sites. attack and Tampa
Navy planes
Commandery whose members run the classes of train crewmen also II '
W'txJ.T'mna! five eranl'hU- fighters mount missiles designed the Masonic YOUR TAX DOLLAR" I
Knights Templar, at for
.., 'hiM.1Funeral trains and spokesmen for near represented gains manage-
dr"'n 9n* one reat ( for barage bombardmentof
Temple Friday night. ly 200 railroads expressed gen, ment. ELECT
services will be at 1\\
ground targets.
will be served at 6
; :S ''.tn. Fri 'av in the C 'efindF'"ct I The Air Force has one wing of Supper eral satisfaction at the outcome.I' TAMPA (AP) Police evacuated 1'
work will begin Dashwood
p.m. and degree The ended the Hicks
Bantist r.h"rrn with bur. F100 Supersabre jets at Home- Political RallySet a two-block wide area of
p i iil lol1l'1wif't19 ;.. chpr1.4; Cem-.! stead Air Force Base, south of I \ at 7 p.m., according to Bur- ,threat of a scheduled strike atone Tampa today after a propanegas .

terv Knauff Funeral Home is Miamr. A wing runs as high as ton J. Otte.Fourteen minute after midnight Fri- in Union tank car began spewing A BUSINESS MAN ,

I in rh arpe. 75 planes. Gainesville area. ;day night. Johnson had estimated -, fumes into the air through a COUNTY COMMISSIONER ::

; 11hpprer win h... 'P P.. J. Two other Air Force Tactical masons attended the 135th communication a strike would have idled 71 RAIFORD A Union County broken valve. ALACHUA COUNTY t"
of the Grand
J.. Wriw m J.. J. C., Marcus fighter wings are stationed at Lodge, million American workers, en- political rally will be held here Traffic was halted over a six- .
F&AM of Florida, recently concluded I DSTRICT! 3 AT LARGE
at the old school- block
the chance
ar- G. H. Rodders. MacDill Air Force Base at Tam- dangered the health conditionsand tonight area against
? Rev. Lerov Currv. na tor ofrjv pa. One wing is made up of the in Jacksonville.from Gainesville virtually paralyzed the house grounds, under the aus- that a spark might ignite the -Vote For Sound, Progressive Government-Pd. AdY

: ..n-xH virst Baptist Church, Phantoms considered the Attending pices of the Democratic Execu- gas.
F4C economy.
No. 41 P. M. .
Lodge were .....
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will officiate. finest plane of its kind any- Johnson, gave due credit to tive Committee -w r If; !'O'------; -UA' Lr
perer, Win G. Phillips, T. J. Speaking! at the rally, thirdof _
where, and the other wing is the five federal negotiators,
E. W. Garris
Price, Dr. ,
Heart Drive composed of the older but still E. Dr. Coleman headed by Secretary of LaborW. the series scheduled, will be- 4
Ralph Page,
potent F84F Thunderstreak.There Willard Wirtz, who emerged gin at 7:30 p.m. The final one
Niles Schafer BEST
Goin, Lodge
slated for
Honors Slated and Marine of the campaign is ,
are Navy Otte; from R. T. Schafer LodgeNo. red-eyed and exhausted from Parkin ;
the Lake Side
I jets at Key West, only 90 miles 350 were Earl V. S i m p-. day and night efforts at untangling -April 30 f r
; A Special Awards luncheon from the Cuban coast. Lake 4I I
of the longest and E
one "'
son, Curtis R. Williams, E. C. 11="" ----_
honoring individuals and organ- The 75,000 ton carrier Sara- Kuehn, Ray Williams and most complicated labor quar .i

izations who assisted in the 1964 toga and the 50,000 ton Roose- George Beazlie; Island Grove rels in the annals of collective

Alachua County Heart Drive is velt-with about 200 planes be- Vincent bargaining.The .
lodge was represented by
planned for noon Friday at the tween them-could move closeto Brice. unions won pay increasesfor S. "
J. Hillis Miller Health Center Cuba in relatively few hours. PREPARED
The application for a charterby railroad yard employes, expense -
cafeteria. The Air Force and have
Navy '
the R. T. Schafer Lodge money for overnight layovers S
Heart Fund officials will pre- the advantage of knowing with '' : '
approved said Otte. maintenance of
was present Paid Advertising .
sent medallions and certificates precision the location and layout .- S r= "'"" "
to several individuals and or- of each of Cuba's 24 SAM (sur- -- -- --- 'tw

ganizations. face to air missile) bases. -J


I: Belief Show by GLT I i I i ii 11S:

Continues This Week: This is the third of a series exposing the plan of Ralph Turlington to become ;'

"Mr. Big" of Alachua County. Previous Ads Discussed: i

I iI iI
More than 650 tickets have I)I As a special event of the I
been sold through today for : 1964 Cancer Crusade, all prof-'I' I: Haydon Burns, more than any other candidate in modern times has
I I. ANNEXATION (HEART OF PLAN) served in government and closely related
performances of the Gainesville its go to the Alachua Coun-, activities which ideally prepares
Little Theat rs' Cancer Crusade I ty unit of the American Cancer II. FORMATION & USE OF CAA AS VEHICLE OF CONTROL him by experience to become Governor of Florida.

benefit show, "S 0 11 d Society.Ed 1 Serving his 15th year as Mayor of Jacksonville and re-elected four

Gold Cadillac," continuing to- Peck, chairman of the S times in the first primary, Haydon Burns is experienced in a form of public

night through Saturday at the'' special events program, said II Fresh- from in the forma service almost identical in its executive and administrative responsibilities
Northwest 16th Avenue play- the Little Theater production is'' successes forcing annexation, to that of the job of Florida's Governor.

house. in keeping with. President Lyn II tion and control of a minority bloc, and the successful In Jacksonville Mayor Bums is chairman of the administrative City

Curtain rises at 8:30 nightly. don Johnson's designating April election of one of the bloc's candidates to the GainesvilleCity Cabinet Commission.and o Mayor position Burns comparable holds to the Governor's relationship with the
LEGAL NOTICE as Crusade Month in that' veto power over the law-making Jacksonville .
The University el Florida will receive "further efforts to control this I Commission, the taste of PERSONAL POWER seemsto City Council as the Governor does over the State Legislature.
bids for Surplus Property on a Lot Basis. -
sale. In has* been where approved Is. IS Is.in basis.accordancew this disease result not only in pro-; have become a drunken obsession with Representative that has In this made capacity The Jacksonville Mayor Burns has provided the dynamic leadership

"i Section 273.07. Florida Statutes. tecting the nation's health, but I Story a widely heralded success recognized
Bids to be opened 2:00 P.M. April also in encouraging the scien-: Turlington sort of intoxicating wine.It ., by progressive peoples all over the nation.
30. 1'Interesteod bidders may obtain I
bid forms (Bid 44-S-3) and other information tists, medical practitioners and, To accomplish this Mayor Burns utilized his great qualities as apublic

Division.by Room contacting 104 the Tigcrt Purchasing Halt- official and voluntary health I became time to move again. Still appealing to the administrator and developed his philosophy of leadership through
University of Florida. Gainesville Flor cooperation and community 'spirit.

Group ida. Ext 1 2574.- New Condition. Never Used. agencies such efforts.already engaged in I: unsuspecting public with the "clean up local Government"slogan Mayor Burns whose theme of government is a sound business approach -

3-< Electrical years old:-Small items. L e. fus- "The medical and allied i Representative Turlington and his organizers med presides over the destinies and details of 4,600 city employees and
tat adapters bushings. Condulets. health is the leading official in overseeing the expenditures of an annual I budgetof
professions continued
.. it
Plumbing Few items. I. water 'I it to use the CAA by having
meters. curb cocks. the proclamation, "the communications necessary once again $91 million./

Paint Hardware- Mostly- One color Item.toners chair and glides.flat industries and all'! sponsor two more candidates, one of whom was Representative On the contrary, Mayor Burns' opponents in the governor'srace

varnish.Refrigeration -Bonnets. elbows air other interested persons and! Turlington's own brother. These two candidates were hove, for the most part gained their public service experience -
filters. groups (are asked) to unite during : ; in the Legislature, which meets for only 60 days every two
Automotive large vehicle- tires Odd sized and "small tubes and oil the appointed month in pub elected, giving a 3-2 majority vote to the CAA on the years, then go home to leave the Governor and the Cabinet to

teals wheel kits. etc. lic reaffirmation of this na Gainesville City Commission. Now a true minoritY bloch direct public affairs and expenditures of taxpayers' money.

Group Sheet-metal Used Items equipment.: U e.. plan- tion's efforts to control cancer -:: and Most of the candidates in the present governor's race have NEVER

heavy Istier welding duty lacks machine.cafeteria shrink tables e r, ." i *d assumed control of the affairs of Gainesville, directed the activities of a single public employee or directed the expenditure -
and wooden display cases. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO with this, Representative Turlington's ambitions and planr of a single tax dollar.
Croup 3 -Ne4 1* Force Bush Jacket REGISTERED FICTITIOUS NAME I Mayor Burns is the only candidate in the race who is a proven suc-
440 ( Air Force Cotton Bush Pursuant to Section 145.09 FloridaStatutues : were truly beginning to materialize. .
Jackets sizes between 3444.' notice is hereby given that i cess as a public administrator. Mayor Burns is the only! candidate in the
24TO (Used Air Force r ton Bush the undersigiwd. Douglas J. Scott
Jackets sizes between 34.44. Alen S. Markham. doing business and under race with a thorough preparation to provide the sensible business-tested
(3262) 4:16.23 the firm name of Pinewood School However, all was not well within the CAA. It had becorrv leadership necessary to insure Florida's growing future. Haydon Burns is
of Gainesville. Florida. 1704 NE '
'St. Gainesvill Alacnua the candidate in the race with the background of national and international -
Gainesville Sun I I',Ida. Intends to register said County.fictitious Flor- parent to many members that the real and intended pur. only '
|I Published evenings except !|I' Dated Statute.at Gainesville Florida, this! ->ose of the CAA was the use of the organization by Rep In other words. Haydon Burns is the best prepared and most exper

Saturday, and Sunday mornings 'I 14 day of April. A. 0.. *"- "esentative Turlington and his organizers to seize centre enced candidate offering to lead Florida as governor through the vital
by the Gainesville Pub- ALENe S. MARKH4M,
Florida's growl
ahead. These formative of
'lishing Companv at 101' SE DOUGLAS J. SCOTT f Alachua to develop important years years
2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida. (3244) 4:16. 23. 30 5:7 County politics. This caused a split may well set the pattern for many decades and become the.foundatlO upon
and entered as second class !,- in the CAA and indeed some members resigned from th' which a great state shall be built. The loss of valuable time for., nentc

matter at the Post Office at us'e "Undemocratic Meth"IC tion and new experience to a novice governor and the risk of unprove
Gainesville. Florida organization because of the of
challenging call t
executive and administrative ability sounds a clear

CIRCULATION RATES BY Electrical /':-.' v't. -.. . Haydon Burns and the people? of Florida.
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was losing teeth, and another
youngster who had too many
teeth. I,had to remove one 1 for
orthodontic reasons. It seemed
e shame to just throw it out." s

So, Dr. Ralph it. Mezrow 43
Philadelphia dentist, decidedto
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one patient in the mouth of the QUALITY
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grant -of $61,280 to continue the ibm *
studies. About. half the .transplants j t I g tfo4- on:04: *
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't 1 "autografts"tooth; to a new, transplanting location in the a $ $ .

same mouth. This eliminatesany
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TALLAHASSEE (AP) The 0 good on sac h'Ire m.Offerltptt. -. I good-on ecch item. Olfer r et p was April .
number of registered voters in I SO .1964 > I 15,1964. ; (
Florida continued to c 11 m b, '
reaching '2,224,626, an increaseof i v
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The Republicans lost 538 of -
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their Negro registrated voters, C
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dropping to 15,054.
Negro Democrats rose 28-
026 to 225,562; white Democratsrose
44,110 to 1,576,668; and
white Republicans. rose 13,956 to 1 I t/ItI

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I 'Oif f t ilill Sun OF New Music for- Cold .War

o. WewInrk Winttlt Khrushchev have made mod- with the Communists. They a more reasonable policy of

"' JOHN K. HABUISOX. rrctldemt .nrrmklUfceri est reductions in their military allowed themselves to be pro- mutual concessions, however;
TAT COWLES. Tk Preen SOUTHBy By JAMES RESTON budgets, the Soviets voked. President Eisenhower small, has been introduced.

Y lest| ED JOHNSON. Tic VresUeBtM WASHINGTON The first have continued the withdrawal started by Chi- Immediately after the war, Ii i
Florida's Beautiful :; Ea.nUYe ZilUri W. G. r TU President and A4TcHUlmc ang Kal-shek to invade the
DbttUri BOB TAHTAGLXONE. RALPH :McGILL president and the Sovietsare the President has restrained China mainland-this in his tacular agreements that never t
'University Citjf Tic FreUieii *a* CtremU Fattier FrU Vftaaiag rmkUsherO important, and in Presi- those in his administrationwho first materialized. They based the '
U. Atlanta (G ) CwutttBttea speechthoughhe
Uea Maras.THE dent Johnson's case they wanted to expand the soon leashed Chiang again United Nations Charter on the
in Southeast Aisa to that
SUN'S POLICY have gone welL war and signed a truce in Korea. preposterous assumption
North Viet Nam, the Russians they could agree on all questions \
\ 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. AnotherApril He started in a skeptical have turned over the U. S. of war and peace. For f I'

2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials mood. When Fidel Castro returned fliers, who strayed into Com- PRESIDENT KENNE- years they talked about banDing '1
DY started with
i 3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. from Moscow and munist East Germany, and lunge at the Communists a clumsy in all weapons, reorganizing ;'

t The Sun's telephones: All Deportments-372-8441 moved at once to cut off the the President has taken Cuba, and had a most the map.and the defenses :

Want Ads-376-4672 MidNixon water from the U. S. base at new precautions against any disagreeable first meeting of Europe, and total disarmament
Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, the future violations of East Ger- They are more mod
with Khrushchev at Vienna,
President thought he was be- man or Soviet air space. est and sensible now.
where they much of
ing challenged by the Com- The cold war goes on but their time threatening one They are experiment ing

1 Mendicants'Tour"Money munists. the mood music is different.It another over Berlin. cautiously with what Khrushchev -

When his worst fears provedto is quieter. At 70, Nikita called last Dec. 30 the
be the Presi Khrushchev, preoccupied with President Truman launched "policy of mutual example."
is flowing like water out "selected" to Honor the state and wrong his administration in 1945 This that instead of
at home and within
Washington Notes: It is April dent started a private corres- problems
of Florida to the New York World's the University by appearing in the pondence with Khrushchev the Communist world, is no with a savage attack on Vya- waiting for the other side to
again, and the nation's ed cheslav Molotov then the
Fair," said a news commentator last opening ceremonies of the Fair. itor's lately assembled in the which resulted Tuesday in a longer talking about death Soviet minister, reach a formal written agree-
foreign who
week. But there is one place where .1; city by the Potomac heard decision on both sides to but about the good life, and left the White House convinced ment, complete with machinery

the flow is less than a trickle. Mr. Nixon. April was breed- make a further reduction in Johnson cries out almost every for inspection and control
It would have saved the "singing that the cooperative U. S.
} each side will take what-
ing the purple lilacs of ru- the production of fuel for nuclear day against war and poverty -
mendicants" from seeking free and thermonuclearweapons. policy under Roosevelt was ever safe and limited step it
We refer to the timely journey of mor and speculation out over. President Johnson has
and do
can the other to
Other administrationsin urge
board and lodging in private homesat of the earth and Mr./Richard new
the University of Florida Choir (of Nixon is at the heart of the Washington since the war been more restrained.He the same.

more than 60 voices) to New Yorkto overnight stops, from lugging GOP bouquet.The MEANWHILE, Johnson and had less agreeable beginnings was careful this weekto

participate in the opening ceremonies their loads of luggage on and off theN protect himself against THIS HAS resulted in what
date is something! of of State Rusk calls
political attacks that he
of the Fair yesterday. It ew York subways from spendingmore was
an anniversary for Mr. Nixon.A BELOW OLYMPUS By lnternd! weakening the retaliatory "a certain coincidence of pol
will also at the Florida than could afford decade had passed since
perform money they power of the United States, icy" on cutting arms and reducing
Showcase in downtown New York. for their own "living expenses" in he first spoke to the American but in recent days he has the production of en-

the big city, and from footing the itors Society at a of time Newspaper when Ed-the ne A I= 4 been displaying an evangelicalardor riched uranium for nuclear

With its able conductor Dr. El- bill for additional costumes (needed French, bled weak by a long, for peace and the well- weapons. It has produced the

wood Keister, the Choir left Gaines for certain performances). fruitless war in Indo China, a Ma being of all peoples. limited test ban treaty and the
4"'t CIVIL RIGHTS Scarcely a visitor or a U. -Soviet wheat deal, andit
yule last week on a ten-day tour- t were being forced deeper into ..
has also
with ten concerts scheduled in New word for Dr. Keister'land the ill chosen city of Dien rank e' delegation comes to the produced some
Valiant is the White House without hearing complaints here that it is erod
Bien Phu. The town in '
was a
York City and eight en route-gen his Choir. It is fortunate indeed valley and the guerrillas could ''wrrrrr arrrrA almost a missionary sermonon ing the stern American attitudes

erously sacrificing the between that so many students and faculty fire into it from the hills ?r the subject The Presidentnot that produced the de-

term vacation to do a service for the members have the kind of indomi- above. They employed a sort only sent good wishes to tente in the first place.

University and the state. table spirit that yields neither to of boa constrictor strategy, 'tNE* ell Chairman Khrushchev on the President Johnson, however
killing off supplies, shooting : latter's 70th birthday, but call- is clearly determined to
l discouragement to deprivation.We ,
nor keep nibbling at t h.
down food and ammunition car.aa.IIajxIIIIi. ed in the Soviet ambassadorhere away
Through its public performancesthe drops, and keeping pressureon and poured out his feel- iron curtain. Nobody who had

Choir contributes much to the have been resisting the temp the defending forces. ings about the mutual obliga heard him talk about the

cultural prestige of the state. And tation to say, "Imagine the football tion of the two countries to aims and purposes of his administration

in this World's Fair year no better team sallying forth to spread the MR. NIXON said that day, suvl. ; ;; work together for a decent order is likely to ques-

chosen to speaking under the anonymous 'a1 .5 in the world.IT tion his sincerity, even if some ,
emissaries could be project glory of its alma mater under the
i aras$* At164i
cloak of "a high gov- of them question his judgment
the "art image" of Florida and same conditions of medicancy im. "
ernment official that the
IS EASY to be cynical
E to represent the state's most important posed upon traveling troupes of United States would send .,iuu about all this. Washington and The "policy of mutual example"

business-the education of tenors and sopranos." The comparison troops to Dien Bien Phu to ..- Moscow still retain enough is, therefore, likelyto

its youth. of course, is not quite fair-for prevent its fall. The Navywas power to incinerate the human stay unless it is betrayedby
I'; on the move and the sit ". Communists. In termsof
there are always the gate receipts.But ? race and they face each
It seems regrettable, however, uation was tense. (European .er..inner7.aIIan. other along hostile military power, it changes very little
did not
reporters present con lines from Central Europe to ; in terms of atmosphere,
that some of the money which is another instance of state- sider themselves bound by the :If.If. _
Eastern Asia, but the old it means a great deal; and
"flowing like water" to finance Flor sponsored travel indicates returns a rule of not identifying the"high" shoe-pounding dialogue and in terms of diplomacy, it encourages

ida's participation in the Fair could little less tangible than the football city fell.official.We )did Later not, send the WEATHER FORECAST: It's going to be a fJ" vicious propaganda of a few greater freedom of

not have been diverted to the sup- team's gate receipts. -tII..........' troops. The war was the long hot summer! years ago have declined, and experimental negotiation.

port of this worthy project. The par- '"SW+ first major one of the new

simony of the budget made the trip Today a group of approximately guerrilla variety in which COLORED NEWS. II I

almost a "mendicants' tour" with all 70 Florida newsmen, and others, are old tactics won't work. And Q
in Viet Nam the United
now, ,
the strains, drains and hardshipsthat returning from a two-day "Florida .
States is harassed and frustrated ;ftJiI B. F. Childs Colored News Editor 1 .
result from over-stringent World's Fair Press Review and Agricultural by a like situation. ,

economy. Jamboree" in New York. Now, :Mr. Nixon is cam PLANS PROGRAM 'the 'denomination. Many of the will have Its rehearsal Thurs ]hearsal today, 7:30 p.m., and

The Florida Department of Agricul- paigning once more. He reportedly I The ,Progressive Choirs' Union delegates feel that no new progressive day 7:30 p.m. I the Board of Education and

We understand, of course, that the ture sponsored the junket, with financial is "not sat i s f i ed" will present its program legislation can pass unless 'AILING AT HOME Church School Staff will meet
with the way the war goes in ;entitled "Choirs in Parade" at the rotation of bishops takes Dan Brown is ailing at his tomorrow, 7:30 p.m. in the sec-
Student Government Organizationset aid from a group of Florida that the Well Church first ond unit of church. Rev. W. M.
Viet Nam and suggests Hope Baptist place In this way the dele- home. His friends hope that he '
aside a substantial "allowance"for businesses and trade associations.The perhaps it should be "extend- with Rev. W. J. Taylor, pastor, gates will be free to vote with- will soon regain his normal Ferguson' pastor.Mt. .

the Choir trip-and a generous ed" into north Viet Nam. Sunday at 3 p.m. out Episcopal intervention.The physical condition. Carmel Baptist There

contribution was made from another financial aid was liberal. It Against that, of course, is The public is invited. Mrs. delegates from Florida .Ti4.Jl will be Teachers' Meeting today

the failure to find really the question of where it wouldbe Quincy Marks, reporter. want no part of this. They adopted --- 7:30 p.m.; and both choirs
source. But included jet plane travel to and from PERSONALS
extended after the north & ? resolution at Orlando last Nos. 1 and 2 will have their
adequate funds to finance the trip Florida points, accommodations, was won and at what cost. P.T.A. MEETING SET'r: week, which was prepared by Rev. and Mrs. C. P. Preston joint rehearsal tomorrow, 8 p.

must have been a source of embarrassment group ground transportation and Anyhow, 10 years have The executive committee of Rev. James, A. Walker, director of Miami, were at with Williston relativesand re- m. Rev. T. A. Wrigbt, pastor;

both to the University and most meals. We assume Tuesdaynight's passed and Mr. Nixon has the Parent-Teacher Associationof of public relations, and readto cently friends.visiting Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, report

to the state. spoken and it is not Dien Bien Duval Elementary School will the ministers and laymen
dinner the Americana
party at Henry Hammonds, of Tampa, er.East
j Phu and Indo China, but hold its regular meeting at the attending the mid-year budget Side Church of God In
Hotel was included. That'swhen Saigon and Viet Nam. cafetorium of the school Friday, reporting and convocation meeting was at Williston recently Christ Church School, 10

We understand, too, that it is not singer Julie London was to *"C. April 24, at 7:30 p.m. promptly. which was in session at St with his mother, Mrs. Fan ajn.; and morning worship, 11

uncommon for similar groups from have performed for the visitors. "c, THE FORMER vice presIdent The members of the executive Marks Church with Rev. J. D. nie Hammonds.Gardner Ocala a.m.; and evening worship 7
James J. of
other colleges and universities to dig -i continues to be high in committee are as follows: Rev.D. Washington, host pastor. The Williston recently p.m. Elder J. C. Carter, pastor.

into their pockets to defray the list of starters in the Re- E. White, president of the resolution was read by Rev. H. passed through Williston New Hope Baptist
own We are not quarreling with tHe en route to Tallahassee.Mrs. .
publican presidential derby.He Parent Teacher Association; 1.. Smith, of Marianna; and Sunday School 10 a.m. with
of their tour costs. Sometimes Rosa Lee Waldon of
part promotional scheme, feeling that chairmanof E. S. Strain in
also has demonstrated Rev. T. A. Wright, called upon all delegates to vote visiting Superintendent
students must even pledge their will- participation is a matter of judge- again his methodical plan- executive committee; Mrs. against any bill or resolutionto Lakeland, is at Williston Miss Essie- charge; morning worship, 11
her sister
ingness to pay such costs as the priceof ment on the part of those invited. ning for the campaign, first Clyde Daniels, secretary; Mrs.I rotate the bishops of the Mae with Timmons, who, is ill. Mrs.I a.m.; and there will be a musical

admission to the group. (This Our point is this-the state can and for the nomination and, if obtained L. R. Lewis, Mrs. Dorothy Anderson church.In Bessie Mae Wesley, reporter, program with Mrs. Hortense
be described kind of for the election. Mr. Mrs. Ida Mae Freeney, this way, Florida would Morris in charge, 3 p.m. Out-
might as a does find money for such things, as Mrs. Annie I (Williston.) talent here and out of
Nixon believes that the ad- Mrs. Mary Campbell, be> assured of retaining Bishop' and Miss standing
"concealed tuition fee. ) the need arises. ministration will be vulnerable McCann, Robert Ayer, Rev.T. William F. Ball for four years..Mamie Miss Helen Fields Foster both of Deland, the city will appear in the program

if at all, at the for Myers, Cleon Jenkins andL. The delegates from Florida relatives and along with the Gospel-
But whatever the shortcomingsof In the case of the Choir tour, as eign policy level. So, he M. Jackson, principaL : will leave for the General Conference were friends in Gainesville yester-, aires. Following the program,

the past, it seems that in this in similar cultural undertakings the made a world trip. He alone All interested persons are on Sunday, May 3, on a there will be a free dinner
will be able to say, casually, urged"to be present. chartered train. There will be day.Mrs. served. Everyone is Invited.
strategic in which state I Jane Thomas and
a funds son
year, year could have
been found by pro- "I was there," or "When I I pick-ups made at Tampa, Mia- arrived Rev. J. H. Phillips, pastor; Mrs.
money is "flowing like water" to ad- motion-minded state agencies. The talked with heads of govern- 'HAMPTON NEWS ni, Orlando, Jacksonville and Joe, of Jacksonville brief, visit' Bessie Mae Wesley, reporter.
I a
here yesterday on
vertise Florida to the nation and the first place to look would be in the ment in Pakistan I was Program SuccessfulThe Pensacola. J. A. Walker, director and outing with friends. j'

world, .a few thousand extra dollars stream of money "flowing like told ." and so on and on. Progressive Choirs .Union of public relations. I Mrs. Daisy Williams left el1 tuitrit5

might have been found to cover the water out of Florida" for lesser Secretary of State Dul presented its program, entitled ... yesterday for Macon Ga., because
pro- les died in the spring of 1959. "Choirs in Parade" at the MEETING -. .I MAXIE WILLIAMS
SLATES business. She will be
basic of this choral of
expenses group motions. Church at Final rites for Maxie Williams
i Two months (to the day, as it Macedonia Baptist The Pallbearers Lodge No. for several days.
) after the death yesterday at 8 p.m. away of Alachua, wso died April 17
happened Hampton,
54, pride of Gainesville, will Robert Jones, of Ocala, pass-
that indefatigable, dogmatic which was very successfulThe at the Veterans Administration
meet at the Masonic Han today ed through Gainesville yesterday -
i man, Vice President Nixon i attendance was yery at 8 pjn. Fred Alexander, en route to Jacksonville on Hospital in Lake City followinga

Voice of the was in Moscow to open the good. president; Mrs. Ella Drayton, !a brief visit with his sister, Mrs. lingering illness, will be con
People American Fair and to travel I reporter. I Flossie M. Jackson. ducted Sunday at 2 pjn. from
about the CONVALESCING the St. Mathews Baptist Church
country, duplicating y Miss Mamie S. Williams, of
in geographic scope an Mr Times of NW 10th St, MEETING POSTPONEDThe Montgomery, Ala., whose visit with the Rev. Milton and Rev.S.

earlier American visit of Soviet who was a patient in the Vet- Female Protection Society here and Jacksonville for the K. Lumpkin officiating. Inter
The Sun's
= Opinion Page= notables. The so called erans' Hospital at Lake City, No. 1 meeting has been past two weeks has been pleas- ment will follow in the Nanns-
"Kitchen Debate," happily for has returned to his home and Mrs. ville Cemetery.
} postponed until later. ant was flown to her home
: Opinion end comments of Sun feeders ore welcome in the Voice of the People columll. Letter Mr. Nixon and Mr. Khrushchev was reported as improving.Mrs. Amanda Scott, president; Mrs.P. yesterday.Rev. Hughes & Chestnut Funeral
must be tisned and bear the write* .ddrcss. Names will be withheld If rellu.ltecl. A letter ahoul. was not taped. It was a Estella Knowles, who L. Scott, reporter and Mrs. A. Odom and Home in charge.
II not exceed 500 words end must bt written Oil only one tide of the IHlpeI' Poetry cannot be UleeI.The finger waving scene at the has been ill, was reported" as Mrs. Flossie Anderson, all of MRS. JANIE NIBLACK

Sun latent.1Inl. the right to rle"y letter or to shorten it.. without eheasin' the writet'a. munin. or level of "anything you can do much improved. TO PRESENT PROGRAMThe LaCrosse, attended the conven- Final rites for Mrs. Janie Nl-

I can do better." But it did Undenominational Choirs' tion. Mrs. M. L. Bryant, report- black of LaCrosse, who died April
show the vice president shak- ANNUAL MEETING will present its 20 at her home following a
Union program (LaCross.)
deals with human er,
Gives beings. He of theWoman's
Report said the sheriff should be in- been the Chief Counselor and ing a forefinger at Mr. K. The annual meeting Christian entitled "Choirs in Parade" at I Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Bennett lingering illness, will be con
terested in children, that he Administrator of the Juvenile Later, the vice president Society Methodist Church the Johnson Chapel Baptist and son, Joe, all of Albany, ducted Sunday at 2:30 pjn.

On Rally 0 was an immediate past Court and has done an honorable made a courageous gambleto Service of the the Ebenezer Church with Rev. W. J. Taylor, Ga., arrived here yesterday on from the St. Paul Baptist

of the Boys' Club president and job. go to Warsaw. It was a begins today Church at and lasts toAI' I pastor, Monday at 8 p.m. El- a two-week vacation with relatives Church with the Rev. Odum WoW
huge success, demonstratingthe Methodist more Dexter, president; Mrs.P. and friends. ficiating. Interment will
EDITOR Sun I has his Junior
: was present own Deputy He stated that 25 at Jacksonville with
some emotional of hundreds
response L. Scott, reporter.Mt Miss Ennie H. Stevens and in the Newannsville Cemetery.
at the held Sheriff's
rally at Boul- League. that he Rivers host pastor.
; years ago it was proposedthat of thousands of Polesto Rev.[ Eddie ,
and feels that the Miss Annie Mae Murray, both Hughes & Chestnut Funeral
ware Springs the mentally ill a new wing costing $115- the American Officers and delegates are in
two candidates for sherIff should not be retained in 000 be built on the \ presence. attendance. __ Carmel Baptist There of Panama City, arrived here Home in charge.

speak which was not reported the county Jail and that he jail mainly to house juvenilesand county THE RUSSIAN journey was 'A- will be mid-week Meditation yesterday on vacation as guestsof ALICE IL STANDLEYFinal
in the Sun. Accordingto was instrumental in divertingthis the It DELEGATES AGAINST 'a' Services today, 7:30 p.m.; and Miss Stevens' relatives for rites for Mrs. Alice H.
mentally ill. He stood one of great political hope. ,
the Sun, I quote, "Most to the Alachua General up and spoke out against this. to enable the vice ROTATION OF BISHOPS Youth Forum Wednesday, 7:30p.m. two weeks. Standley of Wade settlementwill
too, was
and also both Choirs Nos. be held at 3 pjn.
candidates their Church
repeated Hospital. He and some others long president, assured of the nom- When the AJOL
1 made In three Now his Bob Jordan 1 and 2 will have their rehearsal CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSArcher from the Mt Moriah Baptist
promises pre- opponent, with the Mental Health Association ination to say, "I was meets in Cincinnati, Ohio, next
and Ushers Board will meet, 3pjn. ; Church of God in Church with the Rev. L. W,
vious rallies, which I heard stated that he agreed and the Alachua Coun- there ." When I talked month for the 37th Quadrennial
only one promise hi the sher with Mr. Crevasse in part A ty's Children Commission diverted with Khrushchev ." Session of the General Conference Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor., Christ Church School ,10 a.jn Wiley officiating.Mrs. .

iff's race and that was by Mr. sheriff should be interested in this effort.. A floor in Now it is April again the 106 elected delegates i Church of God by Faith No, morning worship 11:30 ajn.;, Standley died Tuesday
Crevasse, to continue the children. He asked the people the old Alachua General Hos- 10 since Dien Bien Phu from Florida will vote against; 1 Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Young People's Willing Workers morning at the home of herd .

1 service, as before, of his administration to check the record to see pital is now being renovatedfor almost years five years since Mos- the rotation of bishops. The Bible Study, 12 noon; W. W. C.,I Meeting, 6:30 pan.; l cousin, Mrs. Maude Ross, following

if elected. that he, Bob Jordan, was the the purpose of caring for and the Russians and moving of all bishops to new, 5:45 p.m.; and evening worship I evening worship, 8:30 pjn. El, an extended illness.
director and cow, be 7:15 Elder J. E McKnight! der Days, pastor; Mrs. Ruth I Interment will be made infi
Mr. Crevasse spoke first first organizer the mentally Ill. He also stat- the Chinese have split ThereIs districts is expected to on p.m. '
In this race and he said that for the Junior Deputy Sher ed that Alachua County needsa no monolith. And even the of the important items on the! pastor; R. L. Hutchinson, r Jenkins, reported.Mt i Kt Moriah Cemetery under

the sheriff is different from iff's League; to check the tea full time working sheriff. taxi drivers are divided about agenda of the 15-day meeting porter. Pleasant Methodist -. thf direction! of White and Dog "

other elected officials for he ord that he, Bob Jordan, has NAME WITHHELD foreign policy fc which is the legislative body oi! First BaptistChoir No. 1 Choir No. 2 will have its re-' .. Fah Home, ::; '.

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Zoning PositionsThe

Gainesville League of llllllllfflJHIllIihiiIRllutIIIIffIllhitiLuuIIIHHllllHH30 SELF LEVELING

Women Voters, a non-partisan ','Y.., 1"', :"'" .-- ....-..._.,_
organization, submitted ques- SCOOP CHAIR
tions prepared by its Voters j
I Service Ccmmittee to all candi- L"9x

dates who face opposition in ;
the coming county election.

OFFICE: County commIs- /:4J
sion, District 5, for a four-year
term at an annual salary of

$14,000. COMP. VALUE 5.99


Sidney Martin, 44, Haw- UOPLITY o Heavy duty virgin polyproplene seato
thorne; Leiman Batten, Or- r Heavy gauge steel legs.Self leveling glides 1
ange Heights. oiscauxTII o Finger grip back for easy carrying
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QUESTION: Steps to establish
zoning regulations "in ac-
cordance with a comprehensiveplan"
to replace the outmoded
1947 Alachua County Zoning MARTIN
Regulations, were begun in II II IIIIIIIIIIIINOW. .
June, 1962. The area affectedIs ", ';
limited to Alachua County'ssix
zoning districts: Gainesville
Zoning District, which sur- i
rounds the corporate limitsof
the city of Gainesville; High Ilk. ,. A
Springs Zoning District, includ- OLDEN
ing the General Electric Battery 50 GREAT G FIFTY .
plant: Melrose Zoning Dis-
trict; the Micanopy Zoning Dis- GELEB
gT1AN 1//
trict and the Traxler Zoning J.M.FELDS _' I YOUR YOUR
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District, both of which were 7
formed within the last year. DEN. CHOICE \;\
Since 1962, a Population and STORES FROM PATIO. J OF

Economic Study, a Land Use DO \ ,
Survey and Analysis, and a NEW ENGLAND -
I I Major Road Plan have been WHITE OR

studies submitted.as well Based as "present upon these de- TO FLORIDA! -= PUMPKINFOR

I velopment trends, anticipated /
development needs, and the development -
I potential for each of BATTENour
i the Zoning Districts," a Land &,....
1 Use Plan was prepared to be ef" to promote the continued -,
\ used as a guide in making future growth, development, i MISSES1
11111 111111 liii Jill SHORT SLEEVE
zoning decisions. 50 FOOT %
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and improvement of the facili KNEE ," .IiI1))
i If elected, will your decisions ties and curriculum at the Uni- I RUNNERLUMINOUS GARDEN HOSE ( ll II [Ij rIp BROADCLOTHSHIRTS KNOCKERS i

J regarding zoning changes when versity of Florida. Our county \ i111 (
4 \ ; IjJ IrI
, requested be guided by the new mirrors the image of this fine
,\ Land Use Plan and Zoning Reg- institution, and it represents the 24"x 144" I
ulations? Please explain your keystone to our destiny. 3.98 VALUEs 97cGreen ii 97c
J position. ; 1.98 VALUE
100% solution
Batten: I consider the major > White, Red, i
I I ANSWERS: I problems facing the Alachua dyed viscose. Rayon opaque L Smooth,white cotton Royal, Black.
! Martin: Since I voted with County Commission the next Its loop pile. Brass couplings Convertible collar Sizes 10 to 18. '
(I four years are: o 50 foot ., for dress or
, the other members of the present VIII II IIIII length
i County Commission to have I Equalization of property il sport wear FULL CUT I'll'
the new Land Use Plan and revised taxes and assessments, aboli- 'IEll
Zoning Regulations .
prepared tion of the Green Belt Law and Ih .
I I most emphatically in- any other laws that give certain 1 \ CLOCK PLUMP BED IItIIIIItj'. '
; tend to be guided by their content individuals and interests protection 1 v7c

I in making future zoning from paying their shareof $2 PILLOWS2g197 llW 11L BRA gi
decisions. .
I taxes according to their hold- '
I have been most gratified ings. This will give our Tax .
j 11 cased
with the tremendous strides that Assessor the tools he needs to White ivory GGCUnpadded HALF PRICE!
I liquidate many,of the problemsof 1'1 alarm clock by Pink Maize, Blue,
have been made by the county l
: : i III .
I in the area of planning and a fast-growing Alachua Coun- Ingraham.SPAULDING o 19x25 cord edge finish SAVE 23% Mint.3440.XXX. IUu,, .
I I" zoning over the past several ty. o Pink or Blue floral tick and padded
I years. Each of the present Revival of the County Housing iu II o Odorless.Resilient '- i.. Sizes 32-40.A. B.C LADIES'SLEEVELESS I ''u

I board members is extremely Authority to work jointly )! ''flflll GOLF .: I JJ
+ conscious of the for !
! necessity with the cities and communitiesto : ft'78.C
!i comprehensive advance plan- promote better housing for BALLS ,guupgpwininm ANTIQUE SATIN III JUMBO SHIRTS Iftr : If
I ning, and I feel certain that the the citizens of Alachua County.
j fruits of this realization will pay 50Liquid LINEDDRAPES GARMENTBAG > II
rich dividends to our citizens Vocational education programs a c 51
to all citizens of 1 ,_ ; *
in future years. open y k
Solid cottons sa it iiII
; Alachua County to train our
f\\ ,c centers, teen prints.Ass'td.
Batten: After careful reading young men and women in a Width
I of the Land Use Plan dated skilled trade or profession who I II top quality. Single 63"I 84" $ 2 ; Bgc collars. Sizes: 32'trJ\' \' .. I
; August, 1963, I feel I could use it cannot afford the cost of a college I to 38.
as a guide but not for a final de- education. This is our responsibility Double Width 1.49 VALUE GIRLS'
II cision. Due to the rapid growth to give them a WESTIXGHOUSECAN 14'.4 .' 54"quilted bag .J tllr( ,.-
of population in Alachua useful citi- l I "
chance to iilLPUUlJI .
k All White.Self-lined o Long,easy access zipper
County, I know there is much zens or we have failed them. i
needed work to be done for im- uuUIIIIVIU o Satin backed i II o Sturdy frame.
4 provement of the zoning and Complete study of the effectsof OPENERBSS
planning department of Ala- the Cross-State Barge Canal I IUq Ill' !
i chua County. It will take the upon Alachua County water 4000 Bit HAMILTONBEACHHAIR B siX
cooperation of all civic groups table to preserve our lakes, fish ] !l 1.99 VALUE
and interested citizens of Ala- and wild-life and natural re- Completely auto- AIR Seersucker Arnel
, chua County to accomplish this sources.IT .NyM matic. Magneticlid CONDITIONER and Cotton Den r
; much needed task. holder. Com- DRYER im Chambroy. ""

! : QUESTION: What do consider I pact size. t
you MEN'S
! j to be the major policy I [9497 BSS
I problems facing the Alachua WOMEN'SC CASUALCHINOS
I I' County Commission in the next .
four years? I iii o Auto.thermostatAir Rf 3 "'' CHARGE!
BUGS ilii illlllllUll l circulation control 4." Hatbox carrying case
Martin: I expect that most of i SCUFFS
1 the important policy matters I A. o Permanent filter Ilrtt o Whisper quiet 222
that will be presented to the:i o Extra large hood
County Commission in the near: 3.99 VALUE
r future can, for the most part,I FAST R E D 99c WOMEN'S SPECIAL PURCHASE I Solids & fancy MllI
be traced to our rapid
POPula-1 patterns.28 to 36.
tion growth. I look i ? CULOTTESand WOMEN'SBILLFOLDS
the Commission concentratinga i .
YET Inp" + i JR. BOYS'
great deal of its time on such
, projects and problems as: (a) SAFE SHOP SPECIAL BOXER LONG1ES
. Developing a long range county AND I IV SKIRTS : 77cu r-
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highway system; (b) Accelerating CALADIUMS29C
1.19 VALUE
" the outdoor program 2.00' .
; ; (c) Working to improve R LASTING a- BOYS DELUXE
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(d) Cooperating with other governmental -, stores aaa ot ...... .. .. .. in quart containers Madras and solids '0 ..- Soft vinyl many colon
agencies, with a: assorted varieties j I All cotton-sizes 10-18 j I 32 picture windows 1.99 VALUE I fwi
view toward coordinating and!.'. 9 Pet&nit -
consolidating joint functions tc.uutuaI.
and services. JnI IIQ a.. n asw
Also, I feel we need to renew j,: .
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6 Gainesville Sun Thursday April 23, 1964 :

Ij| ;- Majority of 8th Circuit Voters Live in Alachua County No Forked Tongue.

Alachua County holds a majority state line through Alachua I 24,185 Democrats and 302 I In Bake County the tally is voters registered. Republicans and 5,266 Demo NOT Speak With A
of the "others." five Republicans and 4,003 Bradford County has 45 Re-
voting power County. I crats. There are 543 Negroes
57.9 per cent-in the sixcounty.8th I Democrats. There are 569 NegroPistolPacking publicans and 5,441 Democrats, registered. I Forked Tongue.
There are 4,421 Negroes regis
Registration by county:
Judicial Circuit, according including 772 Negro voters. Gil-i VOTE FOR
TO( the secretary of state's office. -Alachua, 26,257 in 32 pre- tered. I christ County has only nine I Union County has the least I..
Of the circuit's 45,385 voters, cincts.Baker Republicans as compared to Republicans four. HARRY EVANS
26,257 are registered in this 4,008 in seven pre- UFDept. ChiefAutomationll. 1,809 Democrats. There are 97 The four Republicans are I
county. cincts.Bradford Gal Scares Negro voters registered.In smothered in a total of 2,378 j
5,486 in 17 pre- Democratic voters. There are j Superintendent of SchoolsPd.
The figures show that candi- cincts.Gilchrist Off ProwlerA Levy County there are 134 128 Negroes. I I ( Ad Y.I
dates for the five offices that 1,832 in nine pre-
are elective on a circuit-wide I ORLANDO University of .r'I I
basis could theoretically win cincts.Levy, 5,415 in 16 precincts.I Florida Prof. William V. Wil- persistent prowler ran into ROSES*- .*Jk"l rC,
without receiving a single vote -Union, 2,387 in eight pre- mot Jr., head of the departmentof Lenora O'Steen early this mornIng .SK> % \ '/
and business and was run off by her t ;siv.P
from outside Alachua County. cincts. management
There are three circuit judgeships The report just released by I law, will be the keynote speaker .%2 caliber pistol.

the public defender's post Secretary of State Tom Adams; at the fifth annual Confer- Miss O'Steen, of 1920 SE 50th

and the job of state attorney. also breaks down the registered 1 ence on Automation today and and tomor-Data St., told the Sheriffs Department .I ..:........ .. .........,,... .. . .
; They run in Alachua, Baker, voters in the counties by party Processing at-2 a.m. today that she : :,n!,..''...::::' : ...:. : 4 1 ',
Bradford, Levy, Union and Gil- and by race. was awakened by someone rat P;; "ii"; .:"+' > '
christ counties a judicial circuit It shows Alachua County with'row.The statewide conference is ling the awning window of her >.:...:'.,. .; $ ;, ;

that runs from the Georgia 1,770 Republican registrants,I I designed to help businessmenget bedroom. l e ?% __
I out data ;
the most of their
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prowler ducked .1. I
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processing centers. when she sat Then :: g : :.. ., .. :
STABLE & DIGNIFIED away up. became f G tjgMt \ ,. :" : :. r' !
Wilmot will speak on the topic back, so she opened fire. '' '' .;; :

I I -, F' Keep your Tax Assessor's ,' "Capitalizing Treasure." on Charles Your Hidden L.- i!He The disappeared.Sheriffs office reported .. .... .. :W. .' 'ti%\;) % 0t' I t L? j..... .. "'.,. i j I
Bradshaw of the National Aero- : '
f $.; office operating in a stable nautics and Space Administration -this was the third occurrence of .1i't! <: ; ,j ft'Jr
and in the
c dignified manner. a prowler neighborhood.ExResident
'f will talk on the role of com- '
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w conference is being con- 4. :::_ :-::,;:..,..,.".,......... ,. ,.. Y'. : fsi; r'l' 4 Iy '.':" '.. 'I''I'i"

wr : ducted by the Florida Institutefor Gains Honors .". w.fi.tll.. ."...:.x*..:,::.::;::..;....:,: :.. <' ". .,.. '. ... \, \' .\" : :

: Continuing University Stud- I fi. ry :'; :':; r "::' : '.. .. .n ', (: ,
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=wM (Pd. Adv.) of Florida College of Business. CHAPEL HILL, N.C. JoeS. ..f

.- ---- Floyd, Jr., former Gaines-
ville resident and professor of
I ltli- finance on the University of _
ljd E.O.M. Florida College of Business Ad-
ministration faculty from 1950
&qi END OF THE MONTH to 1956, was this week selected

for honorary membership in .
CLEARANCE SALE Order of the Golden Fleece, .::! t%K < '. 't# '
highest men's leadership hon- 14. ;;\: tr:, i fi .t :. .. ,. ,; I
j I MISSES', WOMEN'S and JUNIOR'S orary Carolina.at the University of North 1.ti.!y: 1:t>.;;;:::.f.:<. :'':..:(' :.i..t..., J ;i. :. ji.jf}'.. !- S. Fc'L; J R ,.. j ,

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Carolina, was recognized for his .w t tEZ1: t. : .';>" 1' ",. .. _,__ i...,
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he has taken in his students < f4'k f.

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business administration at .
,. WERE 19.99-65.00 NOW $15-$30. the University of North Carolina.He rl
received his bachelor's degree -
Dress Shop-2"d from the University of ;

Floor Florida with high honors in 1942 :i:.,. """'.::";.:.'. .> ::<. 11.l11/J l fl nw< before> transferring to Chapel

LADIES' BUDGET DRESSES, Hill for his doctoral work. ;

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Turtle Art

I'' NOW 2.00-4.00 On DisplayOLEAN _j',

N.Y. (AP) Two
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: walk in blue ink. Then the turtles No matter how you mix it,:: this one stands up

LADIES' BUDGET BAGS were set loose on four can- '
"BERKSHIRE"SEAMLESS I The results have been tw: ;: .; No point in endowing a whiskey
WERE 2.99 .... NOW 1.99 ases.on display at the St. Bonaventure put- {.:;.v.:.:;{ .:?. :..:.:. :... .. with a great character--only to
; University arts festival. have It melt away in thence

COTTON tt NYLON GLOVES, The "paintings" have been titled ; or mix away in the mix.So remake

WERE 2.00-3.00 ... NOW 1.49 NYLONS "The Storm," "In Memorium n.....: 5x-o,:rai:;:. .:: Four Roses a special, costlier way ...
1 WERE 99e1.15Were ," "Rebelion" and "Peri- f: { 'to keep.itsauthority intact !
LEATHER GLOVES phenomenon. the way down. Give i 13,iry.. ::
40010.00, Now 2.99-5.00 NOW 79c pair The turtles, owned by Tom

Rogers and William McGrath, i

Handbag Shop-ist Floor Hoisery Shop-ist Floor are Sam named and Josephus.Moses, Abraham,

Famous Make Nylon Tricot & Other Undies


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COTTON WERE BLENDS 3.98-26.00& NYLON NOW 1.9916.99, Authentically styled in Appalachian Hardwoods



5 995
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Roomy 5 drawer "'
Colonial J
NOW 99c-5.99 chest '>'S' r ,
with authentic '
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Lingerie Shaped Floor

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try Wgllpaper .-the airy sheath :
of nylon and uncovered Lycra ill /
spandex that slims you powerfully. f' ; x twin Cannonball! style bed. full or ; -,-
-; size with
comfortably. Those double panels table. Both for'
in front back and sides do the work '-- $9.95"Y
without your feeling a thing. Slip into 9: ii 4
look today. 679: White. ;J -1
your ''
How ,
practical! ,
Blond. S. M. L. $13.50. Heavy,solid mourn 4,
tain hardwoods that will defy the
roughest treatment by any young
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.9 4. drawer EarlY American desk $59.95 honest warm Colonial style that ,
"I chait. Both for
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has stood the test of centuries. ;
Never a worry that this bedroom '
furniture Spacious 6 drawer double .
become out-of-date. dresser with deep molded
How thrifty! Never before have we wont: ;
,been able to offer such a saving on '
fine >

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Thursday, April 23,_1964 Gainesville Sun 7

House Backs McNamaraWASHINGTON

I.i I. 4 Rpr a'UL
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(AP)-Secretary pair and conversion work that Mich., who told the House,
t of Defense Robert S. Mc- can be done in naval shipyards "The private yards can do it c.q 1 -

a a aR Namara has received a vote of leaving the rest for private -cheaper. MOVING
yards. The bill
provides $461 million
House. But
confidence from the
The provision which allots 65 less than Cngress appropriated <<
angry cries may follow if he per cent of the. work to the naval for defense last year and is
fulfills a prediction and closes shipyards and 35 per cent to $712 million less than President SOON?

three naval shipyards in the private yards, was supportedby Johnson requested in his January

East before the year is out. Rep. Gerald R. Ford, R- budget message.

The vote of confidence came Let Us Know I

late Wednesday when the House VOTE FOR Before You Go
by a unanimous vote of 365 to:

0, passed the $46.8-billion defense a W. S. "Tiny"
: appropriation bill. MOVING TIME is when this .
r newspaper can be more helpful
All major attempts to changethe b 3n TALBOTSUPERINTENDENT than ever for its shoppingnews
bill with amendments failed 9 homemaking pages, want
and the measure, as passed, is ,1 ads, and many other services.So 'i'
pretty much the way McNa- 4 5 make sure that you receive
mara wanted it. OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION every issue, by letting us know r
several days before you go. Just t
The bill now heads to the Sen. tell your carrier or phone our t
ate, where the civil rights debate Alachua County office. We'll do the rest!
has posed a legislative I EXPERIENCED CAPABLEOne 1

Realtors Make PlansRealtor logjam. I Promrse Positive and Aggressive Leadership 09aine5ufU
in the Sun
\ Most of the controversy Businesslike With A Smile

Week, a national observance is a month off, but members of the bill centered on a provision PULL LEVER 24-A (Pd. Adv.)
Gainesville Board of Realtors got an early start to insure it will be a success I that limits the amount of re-

with a strategy meeting Tuesday. Mapping plans above are Mary: Lloyd Cole-
man and Chairman Dick Robinson (seated); standing (from left) are Les

Jackson, Gladys Smith, Frank Green, Grace Fordyce and E. M. Deaton, presi .
dent of the local group. The Gainesville Board is one of 1,470 boards comprisingthe '' J v
76,000-member National Association of Real Estate Boards. Purpose of i e !
the organization is to encourage high standards and professional ethics in the LEADING ,

real estate business. (sun phot by Eddie Davis) ,I -_ .

(Eastern Standard Time). tsJ TO I.I : I.:,! 00 ANNIVERSARY I _

Jolinson r The President who spoke at ,
r :. -
the New York World's fair on

Wednesday as civil rights dem-

to get no respite in Chicago. Paid Advertising

Trip to Ill. '

CHICAGO APPresident) 1 1' _

Johnson wife makes accompanied a frankly political by his I'\ FLORIDA Swimming Pool! Al, h,./.... .. t.[ ,' '.-, =It
trip to this Democratic stronghold J! _

today. Rivers Construction Co.
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before more than 6,000 persons I Priced at $3,000 to $3,500 \ : \ ;;1 tn t'j) r: \. .1. ;\
I at McCormick Place tonight hi NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH \ ..'iI'bk: ': ti,..- ''F _..heAt"'IrJ1' "!' :'i : ---- fiiif!
the largest $100-a-plate dinner II ... J B
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whose chief is Chicago Leaf Net Complete Service for ff 1SS1 RogersQuality Stainleta CORNINGWARE

Security precautions are the: Break-resistant dishwasher.proof..L1 Perfect balance,-smoothly finished edges. Use for cooking serving, freezing, storing
heaviest Chicago ever has made RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO- .the cheerful"Poppy" pattern. Choose from "Cabana" and "Arbor $OQ95 measuring, mixing. and heaSng! 95
I t with 1,700 city policemen andU.S. 6 plates -6 cups .6 bread& Rose. .2. etM pots .1-qtsauca $19
\T Secret Ser6ice 1909 EAST 5th STREET 6 weal bowl; 6 saucers tttter dishes 888 .8 hollow fcafldte_8 dinner feds.8 ice lea spoorts 1%drover-qt sauce .tsauceiaief.la1Iltr .
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8 Gainesville Sun Thursday, April! 23, 1964

I IBridal: f ffldllLy f Y Ykuth 1 _._ ,_Monroe-Cannon I r- ,

: MED 0 HOD THE : ,.'ces Mr. and Mr. Robert Adams! 1

Monroe III, whose marriage I LEARN. EAR1

Parties took place March 8, have established -:
Weimer . Women's Editor
a home at 226 SW 3rd

Avenue. The couple was married Secretarial Courses

y-s. in Nahunta Ga., with Rev.E. .
'-:71: ve n Courtesies Fete BrideElectAmong i ia H. Morgan performing the Speedivriting Shorthand

a++ double ring ceremony.The .
the courtesies extended -'Nimnicht and Mrs. P. H. filled with white roses chrysanthemums CLASSES
Continuing the social courte- bride is the former Miss
sies to Miss Anne Purvis, whose Browne grandmother of the stephanotis and
honoring Miss Glenda )
to Billie Nugent Nim- Janice Yvonne Cannon, daughter -
marriage bridegroom-elect, and his sister
Moon, whose marriage to Bar- nicht Jr. of Jacksonville will,Miss Margaret Nimnicht all of white frosted grapes centering] of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie 1.1.1 FORMING

En Thrasher Jr. will be an take place Saturday, a numberof Jacksonville.And "the table. Silver candelabrawere Cannon. The bridegroom is the I i
event of May 2, a number of and hostesses have placed at either side.
hosts entertained also Miss Judy Brill Miss i M Mj Lowell's Business
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F
parties: are being held.A the past week. I Patsy Thomason Miss Anne: White
gladioli flowerets
Darrel J. Mase and her i Adams Monroe Jr. 1
Mrs. Arnow Miss Robin Graham
shower for the bride-elect W. Avenue
Miss Marcia Mase, (placed on a leatherleaf fern, University 376-3507
daughter Miss Muffet Merrit, Miss Jo Nez
was given by Mrs. Tommy Rid- used the Mrs. Monroe attended Gaines-
were hostesses for a luncheonat Love Miss Jane Johnston Miss i were length of the:
"gell and her daughter, Miss ville
table. High School and is
the Gainesville Golf and !Nancy Dee Williams, Miss j pres-
:- Carolyn recently Ridgell at, who their home.entertained Country Club.A I Jeanne Grand Miss Joanne Assisting the hostess in the Mrs. .Robert Adams Monroe ill ently attending Central Hairstyling -

: Shower golden cupid urn holdingred Woodward Miss Linda Cham courtesies were their mothers College. Mr. Monroe at-

'around a miniature gifts were pink placed and and pink roses, gladioli berlin Miss Libby Edwards, Mrs. E. Oovington Johnston and I Festival I I tended P. K. Yonge High School
I white and white ostrich feathers centered -:|Mrs. Marcus Conant Mrs. Clif- Mrs. Winston E. Arnow. j j Ii and is presently I' About 75% of all electrical appliances are bought
merry-go-round centering the table. |ford ,Beasley, and Mrs. Marcus: employed by beginning of the year. And since 88o of American fa
:the gift table. The hostesses presented Miss1'Milam III. I Gifts of silver and a corsage '; SaturdaySt. i-i the Pure Oil Station. that a newspaper ad gave them the idea.
': Purvis with a of red Two of miniature white orchids were'II.
The serving table was cov- corsage ) Hostesses Entertain I
roses and pink-rose gladioli corsages presented Miss Purvis by the I Patrick's annual 'S p r ing!
: by a cloth overla.id'with ,I Another courtesy extendedthe I
a pink net runner, which to her mother, Mrs. Roy bride-to-be was a dinner I..I.hostesses. 'II Festival will be held Saturday t
i I from 3 to 9 the St. Pat,
: was later given to the honoreeto 'urvis, and Mr. given recently by Miss Ann I Invited guests included Mrs.: p.m. on
: use for making rice bags for Mrs. B. N. Nimnict ofj I Arnow and Miss Jane Johnston William Boyd Jr., Mrs. Davis rick's School grounds. I I
her wedding. Pink and white Jacksonville. The hostess gift,:who entertained at the Gainesville Rembert Mrs. Kenneth Hodge, The Women's Club will have,I WOOLWORTH'SFamily
:carnations formed the center- 'to the bride-elect was an elec-i Golf and Country Club. Mrs. Ernest Bell Jr., Mrs. Mar- various booths, a white elephant:

piece. 1 trical appliance. I' White green and silver were cus Milam III, Mrs. Richard E. sale cherry tree, ballga m e I II
Places were marked for the i used in the dinner, appointmentswith Jones III Miss Margaret Hampton toss, grab bag, fish pond, cake
: The hostesses presented Miss ].honoree Mrs. Purvis Mrs.I an antique silver epergneBrides' Miss Linda Chamberlin, and county store, and a varietyof
.Moon with a gift of china in Miss Muffet Merritt Miss Libby I movies. I

:her chosen pattern. Edwards Miss Nancy Dee Williams There will be clowns and rides I fl

: Guests included Mrs. Rich- Book Miss Joanne Woodward :for the children. Hamburge r s,I
ard I. Jones mother of the Miss Gaye Woodward Miss hot dogs, french fries and cake 11

:bride-to-be; Mrs. B. E. Thrasner THURSDAY., April 23 son, Nath Culpepper \Marcia Mase Miss Robin Graham 'and drinks will be sold. Serv- to cover everyone wider
mother of the bridegroomelect 7:30 Doughtie Miss Anne Conant, Miss ing will begin at 5 p.m.
p.m. and Mrs.
; Mrs. Clifford A. Boyd Dinner honoring Miss Courtney Jerry Betty Pound and Miss Judy The public is invited to at-
West, bride- to-be of Nath W. Doughtie of Atlantic Beach. Brill.
:Mrs. Wayne Sandefur, Mrs. ,Holiday Inn.SATURDAY. tend. the
Harold Walker, Mrs. Ty Drake Culpepper Doughtie 7 p.m., 31Jj1 S
:Jc., Mrs. Stanley Mathis :Mrs. Mrs. James Feiber and Miss April 28 I '
;R: M. Walbeck Mrs. A. D. Louise Kincaid at the former's Luncheon for out of town CONGRATULATIONSTO Misses' PastelBLOUSES I
: home, 2039 NW Third Avenue. guests attending West
: Doughtie -
S Sutherland Mrs. Ciel Smith ,
'FRIDAY, April 24 wedding 1 p.m., Mrs. JohnA.
::1tfrs. J. T. Glass Mrs. Janis
Bridesmaids luncheon for Miss Murphree Mrs. Charles A. ;
-Glass Saxon Mrs George Done, I Courtney West, bride elect of Black Mrs. Virginia Steen and
:, ALL t.S
::: Miss Janet Jeff, Miss ,Anne Mrs. Howard THE
Nath Culpepper Doughtie, 12:30 Bishop Gaines
,Pearce Miss Ann Pierson Miss ;p.m. Mrs. Walter Godwin and ville Golf and Country Club. j
Janet Parker, Miss Ann Xich- Miss Carol Cox Gainesvi lie Wedding of Miss Elizabeth I SECRETARIES

tenwalter, Miss Linda Jones :Golf and Country Club. Anne Purvis daughter of
Miss Becky Cunha Miss Carolyn Bridesmaids luncheon complimenting Mr, and Mrs. Roy Lee Pur- ,' IN GAINESVILLE AND THE 00

Whitehead, Miss Carolyn Miss Anne Pruvis vis, and Billie Nugent Nim- $
Dean and Miss Dorothy R&gell. bride elect of Billie Nugent mincht Jr., son of Mr. and ,
ADD TO COME Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville, Mrs. B. N. Nimnicht of Jacksonville DURING NATIONAL .,.-.

Mrs. Marcus Conant and her 4:30 p.m., First
Linen Shower Given
; daughter, Miss Anne Conant Presbyterian Church. Recep- SECRETARY 'WEEK!

Another shower honoring Miss 12:30: p.m., Gainesville Golf tion following at Fellowship
Moon was one given by Mrs. and Country Club. from
James Mattair, who entetfained Rehearsal dinner honoring Hall.Wedding of Miss Courtney k+ Assorted sanforized cottons that

recently at her home. Miss Anne Purvis and their West, daughter of Mr. and .:t stay fresh and wiltless. Peter Pan ,1

.Gifts of linen were presented son, Billie Nugent NimnichtJr. Mrs. Stanley LeRoy West, I y kt1: collar and roll-up sleeves and 1 1x.
the honoree and Mrs. !Itfattair ., Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Nim and Nath Culpepper Doughtie S.
presented her with a silver nicht Sr. of Jacksonville, following son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry :. 2/ a variety of pastels and stripes to

casserole dish. Pink and white J] 6 p.m. rehearsal, W. Doughtie of, Atlantic Complete 3 e J choose from. Sizes 32 to 36.Women's .

spring flowers and Easter lilies Gainesville Golf and Country Beach 6:30 p.m., Holy Trinity I O//ilt Ottfitleri t4.

centered the serving table. Club. Episcopal Church. Recep- J 601 W. University Ave., Gainesville, Florida BLOUSESCombed
Dinner Honors Coupfle Rehearsal dinner honoring I tion following at the Hotel Sizes in
'In compliment to Miss Moon Miss Courtney West and the ir Thomas. I Phone FR 2-2555 solid
cottons in
and"Mr.. Thrasher, a din e.er was --I tels or prints.Roll-up sleeves,
given by Mr. and Mrs. .Walter Bermuda spread or button- 129
Wynn Mr. and Mrs. L. ;1". Lati- 'f" S. ''' down collars. White blue
2 STORES 4: melon, maize,
mer Sr., and Mrs. Ora Wynn I mint beige. Sizes pink; 40-44.

recently at the Walter Wynn II 26 S. MAIN ST. vs

home.Roses from the Wynn garden I 1i r1 Open 9 a.m.-5:30 p..,.. Misses'Saucy SURFERS
were used throughout t'he house. s t a+ I
White roses and pit.& tapers I LUA tuSHOPS' 'i' s 'Hip little surfers imported
formed the centerpicjce! with I GAINESVILLE 'F a' 5r' jibbed wash and wear cot. 0 0
I' ton. Side zipper. self belt
runners of English ivy used the i SHOPPING CENTER .:Y. t A i with loops. Sun-hot colors. I
length of the long taide.JC i Sizes 10 to 18.
white roses corsage and I :'
9:30 a.m.-9
Open p.m.
gift of an electrical appliance I I t. .S.SS S
was to Miss Moon by
presented FOOTLETS
tRe',hosts and gloriosa corsages NEW SHIPMENT .; Sheer Nylon
were presented Mrs. '
.r' Low cut, wont show above
Jones, mother of the br5de-to-be, + a + shoe. Run-resist nylon (sizes
and Mrs. B. E. Thrasher, mother -, \\S S S 8JJ-11) or stretch nylon (one
,.. fits all .
size )
of the bridegroom-elect. I :
Stretch Nylon Toe Gfiards.
'Dinner guests incJnded the I DRESSES One size fits all, 29*
:honored couple Mr. and Mrs.!, $400LOVELY
;.JOnes, Mrs. Thrasher Mr. and:
-Mrs. Pierre Bejano Mr. andMrs. : .I a TOR y0iu, ;g 2.way collar SHIRTS

; James Watson, Mr. and .r
Mrs. Paul Posey, Dr., and Mrs.I: SPRING STYLES & COLORS Crisp, imported drip-dry.
:it: J. Stevens Mr. and Mrs. L.i .I.r It ,, s j 100% cotton. Convertible
-P. Latimer Jr., Miss Carolyn S t; collar, short sleeves. Preshrunk -
.2 pockets. Heat-
:n dgell. Miss Carolyn Brannen: isS resistant buttons. Smart for
Duke Murphy, Bilr Barkley,I ICriff CHOICE Play Sets CHOiCE Jamaica : dress or sports. White. Sizes
: McSwine and dark Whid-' 1 14'A to 16/z.

tion. J i JamaicaShorts Shorts Lift a Girls' PLAY SETS 55

200- 100 BlousesBlouses

Calling All Home MakersBy r ..,. ;<,, 2-piece.bra or crop lop styles*
Play Sets < bloomers orshortj.
a, v; Via' r Ky with matching
: ; Woven cotton seer
Bob Galley Skirts Short Shorts >o -: sucker or cord with fringe,
I .: binding, riorac trims.
THE FURNITURE 4 Stripes, plaids,check in gay
r' colors.Sizes 2-6r.

The attitude, MIRCO-MESH MIRAGE s : Boys' Denim BOXER SHC.tlS l

.>>0 -:, knowledge couirtesy furniture sales-of, and a H 0 5 E 2.Pr.. $100 zrI. f: a y, -5 Sturdy action-free cotton boxer demons Waist;with 9y3 -

maui ore important L PLAIN KNIT -*- %' '' front, back pocket.Denim
blue toast;
'WI' Sr'" i blur skipper
factors F chocolate,charcoal,red. 0-8.
r in the successor ,
failure of
\ ,, any furniture ALL NEW % ; r GIRLS and BGi *
Oakle Illthough his -- =y Elastic i in-set back.
.. ;Job it "sellingfurniture" '--- SPECIAL Wash-and-wear. In pastel
it is the manner
:in which he does this selling BABY DOLLS stripes of blue, yellow

..that store is and important the customer to both the j SPRING & SUMMER V J: and pink. Sizes 2 to 6x.Boys' .

A good furniture! salesman BOUFFANTSkV e '
must be many thing First of oo ;. GOWNS t ,f yf f Cotton SPORT SHIRTS
all he must like his work. He & J
must have a thorough know Wash and wear woven cot
ledge of the many poducts he / '' ton seersuckers. Topsail .
he sells and he wnust know interior I ROBES ea. / cottons, oxfords. Buttou3 -
decorating. .. -?- Sysg -, down,regular or Ivy banded
,... J collars. Solids, stripes. 818.
In recent yew the furniture .... .
business has become a *TI if flJ SHIPMENTS!
"decorating business and the
good furniture salesman, by MmnHBM
both experience and study CMoWs POLO SHIRTS
must have the answers to easterner :: I BOYS & GIRLS S
questions about lay-out, SHOPPING Fine combed cottons in fancy-
color scheme and other pertinent stitch solids jacquards
matters. I PLAY & BEACH WEAR stripes. Button-shoulder or l-
CENTER crew-neck Loads of 69
Our furniture salesmen ore ,.
willing and able to help you colors! Sizes 9 months up to
and to propose a furniture STORE 8 years old.
arrangement That you will like

.cqn within afford.We the. budget which you ONLY 39c $150- YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MOUE AT

and take Invite advantage:you to visit of our us toIF "WO OLWOR T H'SFOR .

decorator service without costr
:._ obligation.: '. AN APPETIZING:' MEAL QR SNACK

Home-- '1703'Beautitful f.H. -Maio Furniture- it. Co. Est Sly' "CHARGE- No D.irN. Piymtiitl. I l oNthsjoPaYJ! VISIT WOOLWORTH'S LUNCH DEPT.

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'FIRST LADY' I Calendar Of Events'L GHS Spanish Club Program II!'

TODAY. April 23 B'nai Israel Sisterhood Rummage -I
Mildred Burns Genial HostessEDITOR'S j, Sale 7 a.m. to 2 pm., Atlantic Los Sombreros Altos, Spanish ,man, Pat. Gilliland and Jim Barlow, Chris Guilarte Linda:
3 p.m., Amaryllis, Mrs. Coastline Lot Club of Gainesville High School,I Neff. I II ,Smallwood, Bill Elmore, Mari I
John W. Sites 1819 SW 35th recently presented its eighteenth i Beulah Nuval, student at the Lunsford, Vic Hulslander, JaI .'
( NOTE: This is members of Congress, including i club work, has just completed Avenue; Azalea, Mrs. Paul annual Panamerican program University of Florida performed Dilgren, Jim Hall, Pat Jurdan

the first in a series of articles the late Sam Rayburnand a term as director of Dis- Moore, 2234 NW 6th Place; entitled, "Hands Across the the Dance of the Duck. II |Steve Williams, Sandie Banner: J
on the wives of the six Demo- Estes Kefauver and presidents trict 4 of the Florida Federa Lotus, Mrs. H. J. Babers, Sr., BanquetPlanned Americas," to help students un- Amy Barlow, Chris Guilarte {
cratic candidates for governor of foreign nations, according tion of Women's Clubs. 206 SE 1st Avenue; Dogwood derstand the social and economic -! A Latin-Gringo medley of Linda Smith Peter Bushnel r
one of whom is likely to be to her husband. She She says 'this work "has prepared Mrs. Frank Johnston 326 SW problems of their Southern songs was presented by Juan and Jim Marable.

Florida's next first lady. has greeted both Presidents me a great deal for meet Third Avenue; Rose, Mrs. neighbors.Paul i'Ponce and Francois Berger, and
and with I Crist.2238 NW First the Cha Cha was danced by Mrs. Vera Jenkins Is faculty
Eisenhower and Kennedy. ing people talking Raymond Sears
By CHARLES STAFFORD president of LSA, Elaine Tew, Ken Parker, Kim adviser of the club.
"This is an experience thatisn't them. Avenue. gave the welcome and David .
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Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville weighed lightly in the qualifications She enjoys campaigning."The Wesuau, aim president., explained -
who spends most of his routine have 7 pjn., Hibiscus, Mrs. SamP. Gainesville City Council of
as first lady, he says. only we the meaning of Panamerican -
time these days discussing his now is the campaign routine" Goethe, Gwynn Oaks; the four chapters of Beta SigmaPhi Day.A -the -

qualifications for the job of governor Mrs. Burns is a fixture of the says this attractive grandmother 7:30 pjn., Mimosa, Mrs. I. held its monthly meeting shiftsofree (
parade of Panameri can'flags
is equally happy to discuss -Burns campaign."On with close-cropped salt-and- X. Cheves, 3 SW 25th Street; Thursday night at the home of ,
the qualifications of Mrs. official func- hair. "This takes Mrs. Harold Johnson, with Mrs. was presented by students -
so pepper prece-
Burns for. the job of Florida's' tions of governor many, the wife-the dence over all others. Charles 8 p.m.Wilcox, Carnation, 2630 NW, Mrs.11th Bridges Carolyn as Rooks co-hostess.and Mrs. Sue Spanish in periods the fourth under and the fifth dir-' and easq//( :

first lady."Because first lady j>f the state-plays a "I'm learning a lot about the Avenue; Geranium, Mrs. W. Following the regular busi- ection of AI Jones and Bruce!
Mildred has been very important role," Burns state. NW 9th Conerlly and Wayne Lee led the J
N. Robinson, 2036
ness the election of offi-
the first lady of Jacksonville for says. "The public has a right I I "Places are not just names Avenue Jasmine, Mrs. Will- meeting group singing. 1!
15 years, she has had experi- to appraise her. I I any more. They are people and ; NW 16th cers was held. New officers are SPECIAL : ;
iam Evans 2601
Mrs. Robert Young, president; A skit, "The Good Neighbor 'i// i
ence all over the nation at official "Mildred makes no political things that happen.
Avenue. Mrs. Sue Bridges, vice presi- Policy", written by Dr. Pedro
functions that far exceeds talks, although she has demonstrated
I the experience of two or three; in her own right a gen But she misses Clay Watkins, FRIDAY, April 24 dent; Mrs. Lajuanna Whitten, Fernandez, was featured. :i I It

governors combined," Burns eral appreciation of people and her red-headed 15 month old Aperitif party honoring her bara recording Chamblin secretary, corresponding; Miss Bar Those participating in the #.f 20$500H

says. j qualities of leadership." grandson. skit were Diane Scott, Steve ,
houseguests, Mrs. Sigrun Enge-
Mrs. Burns has entertained j I! Mrs. Bums, long active in I "Everytime I am in town bretsen and her cousin, Miss I Brown secretary, and Mrs. Nadeau, Walter Blanton, Bar- : ; ,

(Jacksonville), my daughter Sidsel Engebretsen, both of Oslo treasurer. I bara King, Alan Summer, Ka-
Final plans for the Founders'Day thy McPeek, Andrea 1 t. I
brings him over to see me be- Jqnes, '
I AM A HAPPY RUG Norway, 11:30 a.m. Banquet were approved by Reg. 2.99 each
cause she knows how much I Maria Torres and Jean John- I
William M. Fox, 1726 Eighth \ oj
INSTALLER! !miss him," she says. Drive. I City Council. son. : .
The Gainesville Chapters of ; Cool: summery shifts with all.fir
"He was over this morning,
I I Luncheon honoring Mrs. Si- Songs, Dances Presented over patterns or border prints, with
Color Me Happy! ,and grandmotherly pride fills Beta Sigma Phi will celebratethe
I her voice. "He has been on a.grun Engebretsen and Miss Sid- 33rd Anniversary of the organizations Gloria Vilaret and Francisco pockets.

You Will Be Happy Too I no-eating jag, but I fixed him sel Engebretsen, Oslo, Norway, founding on Saturday Rabel gave the Mexican Hat {
With A Rug From :steak and French fries and, do 1 p.m., Mrs. John R. Bangs, at 7 p.m., with a banquetand Dance and "The Villagers" from With zipper back and belt,
Inn.Alachua Westwood or button front. Sizes S, M, L -
you know, he ate all of it. Holiday dance at the Holiday Inn.( Junior High School

I Mrs. Burns says the family- County Heart Council Mrs. Mary Alice Baer, of:sang American folk songs. This
group includes Patty Lenahan, 1 Cotton with zipper back or button
I daughter Eleanor, whose hus- Special Awards Luncheon, Alpha Lambda is serving as prints
: I Virginia Tip ton, Rosemary front with ruffled bottom and two pockets. ..
band is working for the Burns I noon, J. Hillis Miller Health Chairman of the Founders' Day Threatte, Patty Jones, Loralie (Not shown) . . . 2/7.00
campaign, and son Bill, who Center cafeteria. Banquet. The Toastmistress for I Esser and Laurie Kerr. I II
"SID" will enter the University of Florida the evening will be Mrs. Deane '

BEDDING & CARPET CENTER this fall help father with 2,Colfax 8 pjn.Rebekah, Odd Fellows Lodge Hall.No. Yawn, president of City Coun-I The Samba was performed by i! GO FIRST TO HOURS MON. :

B18 W. University.Ave. FR 2-0441 TERRELL I his job. Gainesville Bridge Club, cil; Mrs. Gene Sessions presi a group of fifth and second' THRU

"We voluntarily give him reaction 9 a.m., Holiday Inn. dent of Xi Phi will give the period students, which includes' SAT.
," she says, "but never Welcome; Mrs. Robert Brown, Andrea Jones, Paul Sears, Maria
advice. We try to be objective,I' Regular Bridge Party, president of Alpha Lambda will Torres, Roger Peek, Mary; 9-9

because> we know in this way it Gainesville Woman's Club, introduce guests and the new Jo Cook, Lee Summerlin, Lourdes -''I'

will be a help to him." 1:30 pjn., Clubhouse. incoming presidents of the chap- Angulo Mark Montgomery, CENTER
Traveling with her husband, Grace Prsebyterian Church Susan Adkisson, Jim Hiltz I 1130 North Main StreetBeautiful
ters.Mrs. Derrick Jim Clement
Mary '
she says, she tries to see that Family dinner 6:30 pjn., followed : Sue Bridges, presidentof Martha Robinson Bill Meer- 'I
he eats properly and at least by films of School of Gamma Chi has been selected .
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munches a chocolate bar duringthe Christian Education at Rich for the honor of presentinga

afternoon "because he expends mond, Va., 7:15 pm. special message from the
so much energy." sorority's founder. This message i
The only thing she dislikes SATURDAY, April 25 has been received from I

about campaigning are per- Beta Sigma Phi, Founders' the International Headquartersin I

sonal attacks on her husband, Day Banquet, 7 p.m., HolidayInn. Kansas City. This message OwNw

she says. And the thing she will be the highlight of the even-

likes most is "a group of en- tag and the culmination of the, '
thusiastic people." St. Patrick's Annual Spring: StARTS
Festival, 3 to 9 p.m. St. Pat. program. SALE I
As for her first-lady qualifications rick's School Grounds, NW Six. Guests of all members wil I II tau RSDAY t
and her Tallahassee plans. invited for the dance that is #
teenth Avenue. Serving to beg I API31L 23rd ;
2.99 she "I really don't plan into ,
says at 5 p.m. Open to the public. follow the banquet.FIEIDS. .
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that far ahead. -
But she is confident. I / :'.:,Jt,. .. : i'. ::.';,. r "7.
't' VI C/) tf"t'.i!
) Quality \ "Six years," she says'I alluding .,:
}: to the fact that while the I J. M. :. '")"
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.-:w and fashion governor elected in November II I 9 '. '' "'J};.. ... <';: : .,
m ; buys in
will two he
serve only years ,
P.M. 5
OPEN 9 A.M.-9 ,)'X: A. will be eligible to seek re-elec- ,11; v

with tion for four years. SUNDAYS 12 NOON TO 7 P.M. [?i!;> $ .;.tt '." ,.i J'J1....v.l.; WASH 'N HANG I
will be able to 'It. -nf.'t
"We accomplish .v. '" f > (; 4
f.e > tt.
a real record." GAINESVillE-Acres of Free Parking. \ ,'?1. t.:' :. .l BROCADE DRAPES
QjmhCrEdtLTJil en Ph. 376-8292 U. S. 441 N. at 23rd Blvd. /I <.iii.,."*.. .>">..:(=::.t.. 'rJ. .;.-. ,>: ,,:"':',

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\ Auxiliary < Jewelry Dept. Specials m c+:' .lctJ i f t1 9. 9

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To -. f. L1 -" .
Your children will say QualiCraft Juniors are fun to wear SD: enstiJ APRIL SHOWER of DIAMONDS I: "J ;' ; ': s long

because they look so fashionable. Designed for the fashion The Fourth :: dL\.i J \ ,,

pace-setters of the modern young set, QualiCraft Juniors tional Conference of the American -: Prices.n diamonds have J&Li .'A:' i i* I
fine .
mothers, too, with their outstanding quality ,ono up V4 and more in
please Legion and Auxiliary will
Juniors are the i the past C months. W. have Mfr No cleaning bills ahead!These
fit and budget-saving prices. QualiCraft to'4.9tf be held on Sunday, from 2 to 51 I not increased the prices. as (11 ,.. en luxury cotton and rayon draw
shoes to start with and stay with.2.99 p.m., at the 'American Legi o n' Yet because w. purchased. a drapes all the
a large collection from Eu.ropa 'gyp 't are easy-care
in High Springs. CAm and Africa in anticipa way..Toss in the washer
Annual reports will be given I tion of this price increase.. .,. ., < GRANT CREST9WASHANDHAKG
and they'll like
SahYVJGAINESVillE and a new Fourth District president These savings w. happily :' / ., ltd' ,m Rich come
decorator colors.
pass along to you our / new
will be nominated and: customers. All diamonds 0 ,
elected. Delegates to the na-: listed are -while they last". i COTTON TIERS Single width, 90 long..... 9,99

tional convention to be held in DIAMOND t Double i((63'long 17.99 .
Beautiful diamond p.ad.
SHOPPING CENTER-Open 'Til 9 p.m. Dallas, Texas, in September,i PENDANT ants set i. 14K white gold 999 width ((90*long_ 2L99
Sale 77
will be selected. I .
Dinner will be served by the .ndant! cluster ring, or C39Diamond /) Pr
(It 1'4 Ct of ,
lohta.r. nn mounted ill REGULARLY 1.00
High Springs American Legion I >- DIAMONDS 1411: ,,whist:! .r Yellow ,old. 5950 > ,,' '
< A. Cape Codders in print
< diamond cocktail or andplainoottonsailcloth. ::.
7 DIAMOND dinner ring mounted m w
Auxiliary.Bridge m in beautiful white or 3988 B. Everglaze* 'Minicare
sI LADIES' RING yellow II.t UK gels cotton; white and colors.C. .

i Flock and print cross-

M I : mounted Beautifully ill -hite. 144 O. stitch on whitecotton.. ..._..,.... M"..-". .". ...*....., ,
By JOHN E. CRAPS : I WEDDING BAND 14K gold.srss.oo list Volax available ss f;"'v.z: .r1:' :' WASH 'N HANG

Mrs. H. L. Gray and Mrs. .1.1!
A. Jones Jr. took top honors in LO l/2 Ct. Diamond Moder. high, sryU 11IOC (It 4. t DACRON*

the North South field at the:I. )> BRIDAL SET desl'L $295.00 nn I4t > TAILORED
Monday evening tournament of: < I A \ ,
< 112 Ct. Diamond $249.00 '
the Gainesville Bridge Club- m ,
at 96 1 r
m list
the Recreation Center with 103% I BRIDAL SET J., ; f i ; \. ; 7 c

r t, match points. There were ten 1.Ct. Cluster ; \' 'r i .1 c'' 54463"I.H
offt' $395.00 I :I: :lfl : \ 2
tables in and 19300. :
: play average for DIAMOND RING list : ;:. I 1; ,f t.\= : ; long
,. all pairs was 84. I ; it u' 1\ \ 4
D. W. Bowman and the writ-I 1.Ct. Diamond $3 tS.o 0 0 J ;; iill Ii'i\ i1 i\ l ,
193 >
pv er came in second with 101%,! BRIDAL SET list '. llrn ) ; 'iI< }
1 Mrs. R. W. Bryan and Mrs. W.IH. > '1 : : : :'--1.%: y ; .'.'White Dacron polyester.
Edwards Jr. took third with I COm 14-DIamond Ladies' Compare .P t. # :: ;:Needs no ironing!Deluxe
I'l < a :
1/t i-c 88 and Mrs. W. E. Baringer I GRUEN WATCH St 50.00 4400 'i, t ':.f r .r 5* bottom hems, double

/ \ and Mrs. J. E. Moore were // stitchooSldebems..White.
fourth with 87%. 1-Ct. Diamond ,onoant::,'In .! I'. Y fY ( "1' ., ...;,.. 72",81",90"long .2.99
lK white ere 39700 i J _. ... .. ..-. .f -
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Mrs. E. N. Edris and Van A.' SOLITAIRE. Yellow Hid. : .
May with 98% eked out a close 5695.00 lit ',,L.::: if : : ; H

victory over P. A. Johnson and '/a-Cf. Diamond $169.50 7700 ; :filter. r : ..,
1/ ; B. M. Winn, Jr., who had 98. SOLITAIRE list PRICES CUT UP TO 2.22 HIGH FASHIONGRANT
a Third place went to Mrs C. W.'' t/i Lq f.I')

Beasley and Mr. R. Williams )> '12.Ct. Diamond 14K wid. MOO D CRESTS ANTIQUE

with 93, while Mrs. W. E. Clar- < SOLITAIRE .r J24T.SO yellow list gold 11 < SATIN DiMPES REMNANTS

dy and Mrs. J. F. Wharton were m
m 63", 90" long
c': .
:4'x' .
% fourth with 88% I II

I REGULARLY Safe 2.V/.K 3.79.. 3.99 llft YDSVALUES /100.

1 n I REVIVAL SERVICESWILL [ I Rayon back. In acetate decorator;satin colors.weave

H.' Double width 63.90" tong TO 69c YD.

Reg. 8.99 & 9.99 ? 7.77
APRIL 26th
42 Gran -oU'n brand
1 f'8 SAVE

The WOVen WOnder combines beige) Pine Grove Baptist Churcl ; r 88 GRANT CREST TIERS NEW AS SPRING

and natural mesh with natural leather for a smart look 4200 NW 39th Ave. aFr- i. Sale Your choice: White rayon white challis with *-"i"'".57'pr."ChargeH".No .

that just loves to walk. The covered low 6 Ecrayon textured cot- Schiffli daisies..or rayon 1.99
Patterned Len braid tmn.MGULAILY
Come and with novelty
bring your family and friends soft Kapok
heel, a great new demi-wedge shape. $ 199 ton 1.lt
enjoy Gospel Singing filling. Decorator color Mo cW 3 V lo -a'" -

EVANGELIST- CARSON BRITT All down..30 days, or months to payPROSPECTIVE
Lake City ,

Nursery Provided Ample Parking ," I, GAINESVillE SHOPPING CENTER STORE HOURS 9:30 AM TO 9 PM

I I ESVlllE SHOPPING CENTER-Open 'Til 9 p.m'I I Music Leader Mrs. Helen Johnson


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Thuttday, April 23, 1964 Gainesville Sun 11 ,

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Levy Plans 63-0 a 4 } ya' "' SAT ,fY vr9 ar Dixie County Slates _Lst

Class For r p fir

Political Rally Tonight

Vote Clerks s 4Y T, ;


Act for Strict ,. ;..
ConformityWith S Sheriffs

E Election Laws

BRONSON With an eye to- lute privacy. Each commissioner
ward strict conformity with is to be responsible for

I ty election commissioners laws, the have Levy agreedto Coun- booths in his own district. : Karl Cites Need 1 WarmsCROSS

sponsor a one-night class of The election clerks school will
instruction for election clerks be on the night of April 30. Instructing

who will be working in the May the election workers, CUT Dixie Coun
5 primary. will be Mrs. Louise Sale, supervisor Of ApportioningBy ty's first political rally of the
of registration; Stephens current election campaign is
At their meeting Tuesday, and G. C. Perdue, attorneyfor scheduled tonight at 7:30 at
the commissioners, on the ad the County Commission.In THE ASSOCIATED PRESS saying it was a burden to the the Horseshoe Beach Commun
vice of County Clerk Ernest Stephens other action, the commis- Solving the reapportionment people."I bA W ity House.

also agreed to see that sioners: problem will solve other prob- will do everything in my ,., i: Two candidates for sheriff

each precinct in the county has Agreed, at the request of lems, sue has better education power, if elected governor," he : and three for state representative -
voting booths in which the voter Commissioner David Meeks, to and elimination of retail milk promised, "to roll back the tag 4 are expected to hold the
can mark his ballot in abso- ask the State Road Dept. to con- price controls, Rep. Fred Karlof cost to what it was before the 'speaking plat form spotlight and

struct a pedestrian overpass in Volusia County said in pressing 1963 session of the Legislature. CURRY GOODMAN CHAIRES draw avid audience interest.

UF StaffersAttend front of Chiefland High Schoolon his candidacy for the Demo- Everywhere I go, there is strong The local race creating per
U. S. Highway 19, which is cratic nomination for governor. feeling by the people againstthis haps the mojjt! voter interest is
being four-laned. The over- Speaking before a Miami increase." Says FarmtoConsumerPrice that between incumbent Al
AgConference pass will be for the primary purpose Beach audience of 500 women Sen. John Mathews of Jacksonville Parker and Mark B. Goodman

of enabling school chil- Wednesday, Karl said most people campaigning in Fort for the sheriff's office. Both
dren to cross the highway viewed the reapportionmentissue Lauderdale, needled Dickinson."I Parker and Goodman are law
safely. as purely political. Gap's Worth ItBy enforcement veterans. Goodman
have just read that Dickinson -
HOUSTON, Tex. Three Un- Received a letter from "But, in reality," he said, is a former Florida Hieh.
he will rush off to
iversity of Florida faculty mem- architect Harry Burns of Jack- "fair apportionment-giving better way patroliran and most recently -
after the
bers are taking part in the sonville saying that a leak in ; representation to populous Washington help our U.S. senators campaignto with DONALD I. ROGERS grocer bought his vegetables was employed by a Cross
44th annual Conference of.Agri- the courthouse leak is not cov- legislature which will give ser- the NEW YORK The special direct from those farms. The City hardwa re store.
civil rights bill. I wonder if His Proof I
cultural Educators under way ered by his bond. ious consideration to the problems Senate committee that is in- : Both sheriiff candidates have
Tabled a bill for $840 from the rules of the U.S. Senate have farmer took the risk, wherever
here. of a majority of the vestigating the gap in prices been campaigning: vigorously
They are W. T. Loften, head Triest Construction Co. for ple. been ex-state changed. I didn't know an .between the farmer and the Starke Berriesof possible, rather than the grocer. and adverti sing ext e nsively
senator could take the
of the Agricultural Educat ion storm sewers in East Williston "This means things like better floor and speak there." consumer can do no harm and Today, when wintry winds their law enforcement exper
until the work has been
Dept. at the UF; L. A. Sims,! inspect education, elimination of retail might, in fact, accomplish some howl American ience in the local paper.
!ed. The storm sewers were con- Mathews said some of his opponents good but it is safe to bet at the any anywherecan State
associate teacher trainer, Ag milk: price controls and the dai- a juicy Beafsteak tomato pilfered Rep. Hal Chaires has
Education; and Prof. C. J. Rog- structed in connection with a ly bread-and-butter things which were doing such a good outset, that nothing will be done hot in the sun and wiped buy summertime tomatoes, two challengers in a race that

ers, Agricultural EngineeringDept. low-rental housing project of mean the most to all of us." job of hanging themselves with because nothing can be done off on a corduroy-ed pantleg; springtime asparagus or rhubarb -also has generated a lot of in
the Levy County Housing As long as the five largest ridiculous promises that all he to close the gap. or the tender succulence of gol- June-fresh peas, almost- terest. Seeking to unseat

They are serving in the Con Authority. counties in Florida have only 14 needed' to do was report what Since every voter is a con- den bantam sweet corn taken like-the-original corn, frozen, Chaires are Blake Curry and

ference as members, chairmen I per cent of the representation in they were saying.In sumer of food of one sort or from the stalk fifteen minutes :delicious beans, peaches, pears, Fletcher McQueen: both Dixie
and secretaries of various 1 Rescue Polar the Senate, he said, passage of Tampa, Mayor Haydon another and because there are before being plunged into the County businessmen.
laws Burns of Jacksonville continuedto so farmers in America ::herries, spinach, broccoli -! Other candidates
committees and discussion many needed to help the many boiling pot.Despite slated to
groups. Bear Hunters majority of the state's citizenswas promise firm opposition to who would like to be more suc- these unavoidable you name it. .i speak tonight include:

Around 200 agricultural edu- inconceivable.In federal, state or city govern- cessful than they are, it is good shortcomings, however, Ameri- When the farmer brought his Tax asses:or Incumbent
cators from 12 southern states BARROW, Alaska (AP-Four addition, he said, the 10 ment controls on private industry political-year fun to launch suchan cans are able to avail them- Hal Chewniiig and Joel Sanders.
and Puerto Rico are attendingthe polar bear hunters, two of them largest counties, with roughly investigation.Here selves of unending varieties of produce to market, his markupwas Supt. of public instruction _

conference. Meeting jointly I injured, were rescued Wednes- 70 per cent of the state population If elected governor, he said, is one consumer: who is foods, and in all seasons. Any small Today's producemay Incumbent Leroy Locke and
with the Southern Regional Ag- day from the Arctic icepack 85 had less than 20 per cent J he would work with the milk delighted with the way thingsare consumer who stops to think be shipped hundreds, per Pat Gooding.t .

ricultural Education group is miles northeast of Barrow, of the vote power. "How can we I industry to make milk price operated in the food distri- about it will wonder' that the haps thousands, of miles. I County judge Ike Harmon,
the Southern Association for Ag- where, they spent more than 48 expect to get the things they I controls unnecessary. bution system. To be sure, I've cost is so reasonable. that the may have gourmet sauce added incumbent; and James H. Whid-
ricultural Engineering and.Vocational hours after making a forced need ,most when we haven't Burns told his audience he written criticisms of the way gap between farm price and before being scientifically fro don.County
Agriculture. landing. even given them fair representation 1 was confident he would pass the some fresh vegetables are han- super-market! price isn't wider.If zen. It is usually wrapped in Commission, Dist. 3
They were picked up in a ?" he asked. j first primary and he was ready dled. A whole generation of kids the Senators can prove thatit special protective packaging.Did Incumbept Rudolph Parrott
light plane piloted by Bob Cooper Karl repeated his pledge to I to take whatever came up in the will never know the sweetnessof would serve some purpose to you know that paper costs and Ernest Lord.
BrookerOfficers of Fairbanks and flown to a call the Legislature into session second primary campaign.In tiny Laxtonian peas, pickedas the economy one supposes that more per pound than steak? County Commission, Dist. 5
larger plane on smoother ice immediately upon taking office St. Petersburg, Mayor' soon as the dew is off the the calendar can be turned backa George Peacock, incumbent;
nearby, which flew them to to work on apportionment. ]Robert King High of Miami accused .pods and served at noon with half-century to the time when How much has the farm wage Willard M. Corbin and F. 0.
BROOKER The new offi Barrow. They left behind their I Campaigning in Eustis, Sen. I Mathews of being a silk .resh[ homemade bread. Nor will each metropolitan area was sur- increased? Or the wage of the (Frankie) Phillips.
cers of the Brooker Garden two damaged planes and a bear Scott Kelly of Lakeland repeated :stocking pork chopper who ,they know the earthy tartness rounded by farms, and each packager, the shipper, the rail- School Board, Dist. 2- C. P.
flub are Mrs. T. W. Markey, they had shot. his promises to hold down would not push for legislative road worker, the trucker, the Landrum and Quincy D. Mills
president; Mrs. G. E. Green, Pilot Juels Thibedeau had big spending in government, to :apportionment based upon population supermarket worker to say 'I(The incumbent, Mrs. Hildred
first vice president; Mrs. Art cuts on his face and Stan Dale, stand firm against sales taxeson 1 High Springs CampaignsTo nothing of the wages of the people McCaskill, is not seeking re-elec

Quicksall, second vice presi a passenger, an injured leg. groceries and medicine and High said Mathews had told who make the packages or tion.)
dent; Mrs. Dick Starling, secretary Oily Huddleson, the other pilot, against severance taxes on timber j the 1963 Senate he would not Divert 1-75 TrafficHIGH the cellophane or plastic? School Board, Dist. 4 Incumbent
; Mrs. Dave Green, trea and Army Sgt. John E. De Harris Graham Harvey
and minerals and
to work vote for his own county to be But early in March I dinedin
surer. Frehn, the 'other passenger,, toward; repeal of the automobile I even a little more fairly represented SPRINGS Local business The businessmen met Tues New York on luscious straw- Jr. and ;Roscoe Hurst.
They were elected at a recent were unhurt All are from Fair license Two candidates for state senator -
tag increase. in the state senate; so leaders at the Chamber of berries before
are working on a day night picked the day ,,
meeting of the club, in banks. from District 21
In his home town of West what can the other people of campaign to divert traffic from Commerce office and set up two just west of Starke, Florida. (comprised
which Mrs. Ernest Edwards was The hunters left Barrow Sun- Palm of Dixie, Levy and Gilchrist
Beach Fred O. Dickinson ]Florida who now suffer from alack Interstate 75 to this town by committeesone to raise funds The price was 35 cents per pint..
appointed chairman of the road day and radioed for counties) also
help Mon- attacked Gov. Farris are expected to
Bryant for ] of representation expect means of billboard advertising. and the other to work up the
side committee. day. the II I'd be mighty upset this political speak at tonight's rally. They
supporting auto tag increase rom f him?" Opening of the highway is ten- message on the signs.A ,
High said Burns had refusedto tatively slated for July. year, if the Senators slash are the incumbent, Etter Usher
j.; help other metropolitan mayors fund committee was ap- ed that price by a few pennies i of Chieflaod, and Sim Town-
h form a n apportionment' pointed consisting of T. R. Bar- and as a result I lost the oppor- send of Bell.Unopposed1.
-YOUR. MONEY'S WORTH plan. ber, Francis Oliver, Elmer tunity to buy those pre-season Dixie County can
AddressesGroup (Aim) Bunselmeier and Baxter berries. I don't mind at all that. didates are Clerk of C i r cui t

'. '.: Santa Fe High Forrester. Named to the message somebody made a profit on Court Cauley C. Copeland, Su
;. ; .. In committee were Dave them, all along the way. pervisor of Registration Melba

Consumer Surindles2:1:: Chorus Wins'Superior' Newell, Chester Watson, Howard Lee Underhill, Tax Collector
Isbell, Cliff Roberts and No Grady Hires and County Commissioner
Sam Kelly. Sky DivingPunCl Den Currie, Dist. 1
.t' .. Rank MicanopyBRONSON The County Democratic Ex-
'MIRACLE' PLANTS .., The campaign Includes erec- Line
Porter ;
By Sylvia .. ( tion of billboards at the follow cutive Committee is sponsoringthe
Colin Gun,
In coming weeks the millionsof tree "Grows higher than a I three than five inCh;; -across.This High ALACHUA School chorus- The has Santa received Fe former state- conservationist ing Ellisville locations, one: one about just two north miles of Warrant DAYTON Officer, Ohio (APChief Edward) J. which rally are tonight scheduled and, as others follows .

us who are. gardening enthusiasts fullgrown red maple tree in is a "Number 2" at state rancher and citrus grower of
or superior rating a vocal : :
of Alachua
and the retired from
(Spook) Murray
will be deluged with one single season." .1 second-grade quality rose. And contest, according to Ray Micanopy, spoke to a group of after April 28 OW Town, Com
immediately east and westof the Air Force this r
newspaper ads and direct mail i "Breath. taking umbrella of endless some 20 ministers offi-
I supplies are of course.II Lunceford, music director. county the Bland Road 548 for munity Houses
interchange. parachute jumps purposes
promotions pit c h fag fabulousnew beauty" "Most incredib' Ad: Sure Crop "C Ii m bing Lunceford said the chorus of cials and supervisors of the World War April 30 Jena, Community
"products of scientific plant! shade tree on this planet" .' Strawberry." I 64 members received superior Levy Soil Conservation Districtin Commenting on the campaign, ranging from House.
research." In light of recent, "Superhardy showpiece" here. "Baskets of I u shred Super. rating as a mixed group, and Bronson at the Town Hall CofC secretary Lou Cloutiersaid II combat to disabled research aircraft.on real genetic breakthroughs, the Fact: This one is even worse sweet Sure-crop Strawberries: that the girls chorus was recently. "We know the openingof from Park.

offers will sound persuasively than the "weed tree." Expertscall from a single i high climbing I awarded excellent rating at Day- Gunn spoke on the subject of 1-75 will pose a problem, butwe're Now that he's through jump All the rallies except the one

plausible. the Ailanthus the "s ti nk plant in one year." "Bloomsall tona Beach last week. Soil Stewardship at a luncheon taking a positive attitudeand ing professionally, Murray saysthere'll : in Cross City will start at 7:30
But if you look behind the tree" because its blooms have a summer long." He said it was the first timea hosted by the District supervisors. trying" to do somethingabout be no parachuting for p.m. The Cross City affair, billed

long Latin names and the extra- persistent foul odor. It is, ac- Fact: The ad is grossly exag- Santa Fe chorus participatedin He stated: "Each one of it. sport, explaining: "I never did as a "giant rally," will beginat
vagant claims, you well may cording to horticulturists, suited gerated. This variety is a June a state contest us have a share in our natural believe much in sky diving." I 2 p.m.
find your purchase can be a best to soils where other bearer and does not climb. II resources, and to each amongus Dirt Rock
giant disappointment. For in- trees won't grow. Its fast does not produce "baskets oi WillistonWins FFA a share of the responsibility Williston Past Matrons
stance: growth makes it brittle and liable fruit" the first season. You paya for conserving and developing Fill Sinkhole's
Ad: Robinia tree: "Sensation- to crack in winter storms.It typical $2.95 for seven plants Events our natural resources." I
al Blooming Show Tree!!!" is usually found in city alleys -- which cost the shipper one He urged the ministers to participate AppetiteWINTER Group Holds MeetingWILLISTON

"Grows .roof high in just and railroad right of- penny apiece. in observing Soil Stew-
one single' year!" "Jewel- ways, if you want one cheap.Ad How do you check up on such Sub-District ardship Week May 3-10 by HAVEN (AP) A The Past Ma- Sunshine Girls on June 12.
like flowers jasmine like : Smashing Scarlet Roses! "miracle plants and avoid being ning a Soil plan-, hungry sinkhole, which caused trons Club of Williston Chapter The next meeting will be on
fragrance." "Drenches your Now! An amazing Rose Disco stuck with a "strink tree" in Chapter captured four of six for the occasion.Stewardship service I State Road 556 to be closed for 142, O.E.S., met recentlyat May 18, with Mrs. Kathryn Harris .
garden in color all four seasonsof very 11,000 Giant Red place of the flood of blossoms events at the recent sub-district Charles i two days, stopped growling on the home of Mrs. Annie Lee and Mrs. Annie Mary Phin-
the year!" Roses in one season for just you expected? competition at Williston High the board Hardee, chairman of Wednesday after 14 loads of dirt Sego, with Mrs. Gertrude ney as hostesses.
Fact: Far from being a gar $1" "After years of re ((1)) Deal only with established SchooL Ferris Rogers, Williston of supervisors, served and limerock were dumped into Fletcher as co-hostess.
dener's dream, the Robinia tree search, leading garden experts well known nurseries and FFA advisor, and Danny Stev as master of ceremonies. Jim Union County

is commonly known as the have finally developed this sensational compare the prices quoted in ens, chapter president, were Senterfitt, soil conservationist, itThe two-lane highway was reopened Present were Mrs. Emma Fletcher Lee Club
Black Locust or Thorn Locust variety of rose" the reliable catalogs of reliable hosts for the all-day competition. passed out Soil Stewardship and road officials saidit Loften, president; Mrs. Riding
Ruth Dre-
usually a junk tree such as "Each flower up to five, inches firms. booklets provided for the ministers safe. Mrs. Sego, Mrs. Plans ContestLAKE
was Edwards Mrs.
been across" as aids in preparing a Soil. her, Mrs. Inez ,
you'veprobably weeding "Sweeps acrosswalls (2) Beware of 'miracle"pJants First place winners were: The sinkhole, properly calleda Dorothy Lewis, Mrs. Irene
out It is noted for its thorns, like wildfire, actually of sort If the Stewardship service. I.
any product Public speaking, David Lytle, limesink, was by water Whitener, Mrs. Ruth Sandlin BUTLERThe Union
its often sparse growth, its sus grows in sub-freezing temper seems too good to be true Ministers attending included of
Williston i tractor driving and I dissolving sections limestone and Mrs. Annie Anderson.A County Riding Club will hold a
ceptibility to borers and the fact atures" "Supplies strictly it usually is too good to be true maintenance; Dan Royster, Wil Rev. Robert Lenz president of I'' which underlies most of Florida. discussion of the purchaseof riding contest Saturday at J. P.Bennett's .
that it takes five-eight years to limited." (3) If have doubts the Levy County Ministers As- "
you any liston harmonica Bill Rober- The six foot wide sinkhole on stainless place settings took pasture near the
f lower (if diseases don't overtake Fact: The rose is not new. It consult your county agricultural ; band sociation and pastor of the Bron- the state road was not the firstto place during the business meet- school

it first). is the well known climbi n g agent, botanical garden, son Hallie, Chiefland Priest ; Bobo string Griffith son Methodist Church; R W. appear 'in Florida in recent ings. More silver will be need- Bennett said blue or red rib-

You can pick up the "Robi rose called Blaze which has dept of parks or nearest Better Merle Lewis ,and Ronnie Stevens Key, Bronson Baptist pastor; weeks. ed in order for the preparationof bons will be awarded to win-
nia" in the woods or fence rows been on the market for morethan Business Bureau. All are up-to- Williston. Rev. Rollins, Hardeetown Bap--; Three other holes opened"two two banquets which will be ners to events, which will beheld
If you want it The. expertscall a decade. It does not bloom date on current plant frauds and tist; Rev. Evans, Chie and weeks ago six iniles.east of Winter given in the new banquet ball in four classes: grammar
it a weed tree. profusely in the first season and have solid experience to he 1 p Pamela McCaleb of Lake City Methodist; Rev. Curry, Chief Haven. Another near Bron in the Masonic Building. A ban- school, high school, after high
Ad: Ailanthus or "1 r e e nowhere ear as profusely as you spot the real from the phony *; as crowned FFA sweetheart land Baptist; and Bill Eustes son in north Florida blocked U. quet will be given on June 4 for school and "Jack Benny."

of Heaven." the ads claim in any season. thing. Linda Rich, Williston, was nin- pastor of Williston Methodist S. Highway 27 several weeks the Masons, similar to a father He said the contest Is scheduled
"Super g r o wing" shade Blooms are more likely to be Next: World's Fair Traps ner-up. Church. ago. and son banquet and for the to start at 2 p.m.r .


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12. Gainesville Sun Thursday, April 23, 1964

'How About This Idea- :;',

No Retirement Longden'

Stationary TourneyBy
By JACK STEVENSON 1 He also finds a definite riding'pounds." den $3,740. \
57, explaining He doesn't need the money -
ALBANY, Calif. (AP-John advantage in being Last Longden r
Saturday millionaire, Johnny WILL GRIMSLEY There are numerous water
Longden, wealthy and a grand I "for some reason I'm not already a y 4L 1
proved again his mettle as he in Arcadianear hazards and gaping
father, slips on his bifocals to having any trouble making owns a lovely home PALM BEACH GARDENS, large,
read the paper, yet the world's weight. For 25 years I had to piloted Real Good Deal to vic- Santa Anita in southern Fla. (AP-Now that the Professional Third in a Series sand traps. Some of the ex tc

"winningest jockey isn't even go into the sweat room just tory in the $59,900 California California. He goes there each Golfers' Associationhas treme doglegs are designed
weekend, then returns to Golden moved into its luxuriousnew favor neither the hooker norslicer.
thinking of retiring because, about every day. No more. Derby and won $37,400 for the L/ .
Gate Fields near San Francisco here, speculationgrows The courses were built at a
"I don't know dried The 10
what else I'd do "I guess I'm getting up owners. customary per I
that I'd like." no trouble making 112 cent for the jockey earned Long where the current California that a second Masters cost of $2 million by real estate The 565-yard, par 5 17th holeon
meeting is being held. goes Tournament may rise among developer John D. MacArthurand the East Course goes with
to bed early and arises at 6:30 Florida's palms. the southeast wind.
. APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE I turned over to the PGA, prevailing
by habit. I ti The 4 18th is dead againstthe
"It's time par
we quit making a which only had to pay the $1.5
He defers to his age in accepting road show of the PGA Championship -million necessary for the club wind.
only three or four mountsa and move it to one house. They have been involvedin The two courses drain into a
I Youth Baseball Approaches day instead of the six or seven ;.f course," a prominent PGA offi- legal problems, but these wandering stream which widens
j into lakes. The stream makes a
he In be- ideal
when was younger. cial said recently. "The have been ironed away.
hazard for 13 holes the East
cards in the on
tween he plays place would be the PGA National
Applications for the Youth The first practice session for i the various leagues.The The East Course measures Course and 11 on the West.
jockey room. Golf Club."Everybody
Baseball leagues are now avail boys not on teams last year will practice session will be knows that the 6,600 yards and plays a testing "These courses are as toughas

able and can be picked up at!be held Saturday morning at for boys in the Midget Leaguesand Longden has ridden 5,810 win- G reason for the great success of par 363672. The West Course any in the country says
all the 'Kirby Smith, Metcalfe, Stephen will be from 9 to 12 in the ners, more than any other jock- stretches 6,310 yards and also Strong, the director of golf at
elementary and junior the Masters is that it is held in
Foster, Littlewood, J. J. morning. Each youth is requested ey on the thoroughbred tracks I I' has a par 36-36-72. Both can be the PGA's new home.
high schools the Recreation the same place on a
Finley. Applications should be to bring a glove and shoesto and the mark may never : every year lengthened for tournament play.!NEXT: The TV Program.
Center, P. K. Ycmge, G.H.S. and picked up between now and Sat wear. The age limit for this equalled. MICKEY WRIGHT ;wonderful I course. We could do -
from any of the playground lead. urday, filled out and returnedto group (Midgets) will be 9 13 1 The Favorite I the same with the PGA here-
ers at Metcalfe ;1. J. Finley, the playground leader in your If a boy is 13 before July 31, he Started In 1327He and the fact it is an official
Sidney Lanier, Kirby Smith area. The practice session will is too old for this league. He started riding in 1927. He Long Hitter championship would give it
and Littlewood. be conducted by the coaches in can play in the Junior League. won leading jockey honors for even greater stature." Corn rowers .
American tracks in 1938, 1947 The PGA, launched in 1916 as
The age limit in that League is
Two Games Slated 15 after July 21. The Major and 1948. In 1943 he was aboard Should Have a match play event and con
TodayIn League age limit is 17 by July Count Fleet when he capturedracing's verted in 1958 to a 72-hole medal 'lei High" Yisk/
I 31. Triple Crown-the Ken competition, never has man
Sub-Group TournamentSubgroup tucky Derby, Preakness and Best Chance aged to climb to the prestige of
The Recreation Department is Belmont Stakes. Only two 3- the u.s. Open or, in recent

baseball still in need of volunteers for year-olds since then have duplicated I AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP)_"Any-years, to the Masters. One of with Du Pont
tourney to beat Santa Fe for the third all these leagues. Anyone inter-
the feat. body who hits the ball long the reasons was that it often
action will continue today at time this The Rebs havea ested in working with these
season. ..
the Triple Crown
Harris Field with two "I would say ought to have a chance to win was played on inferior courses.
games 2-6 record. is encouraged to I
scheduled.At youngsters was the high point of my career the Titleholders," said one of Transfer of the PGA head Nu GREENs '
contact the Recreation Department -
4 p.m., Trenton will tangle Trenton and Jennings will This is an opportunity to ," Longden reflects. He the longest hitting women golfers .quarters to this lush, palm-

with Jennings. At 7:30 p.m., P. play in a game involving a pairof work in a program that will rates winning it just as tough a Mickey Wright, the tourna-I studded area on the Florida -
K. Yonge will meet Santa Fe. virtual unknowns. Trenton reach approximately 500 of the,. job for ,man and horse then as ment favorite."I east coast has made this situation -
Today's winners both will has returned to playing baseball] it is now.Looking. no longer necessary. RESISTANT
youth in the Gainesville area. look forward to 45%NITROGEN-LEACH-
qualify for next week's group this season after an absence of ahead, he says, "I've Demanding Courses ,
tourney. They also will clash several years. Jennings has not Harold Craft North got no idea of quitting. Sometimes tournament every year, Two beautiful, demending 18- -,
(Pinky) I
at 7:30 tomorrow night for thesubgroup had too much success in base Dakota baseball coach, is a I've thought about it. said the Dallas, Tex., pro, hole courses, designed by the \ f 45 NITROGEN
named Associated Press "NuGreen"is highly concentrated wince of
ball in recent seasons. like that. woman a
of things
crown. You do think architect Dick Wilson -
member of the Olympic baseball well-known supptenwnU mb-ccen.This meM tiers is\less
to quit.I athlete of the year for 1963. "It tonnage to haul store and spread,sawnf title,
The meeting between the Greg Blount looms as the hurler committee. Sometime you've got has a sentimental value after have been carved out of and labor.LEACHRESISTANT.
Blue Wave and Rebels will be for Santa Fe tonight with My ambitions remain the sameas have here ",450 acres, lined by stately palms I. -...
their third of the season. PKY, either Robert Stearns or Mac Former pitchers Ted Lyonsthe : always..I just like to ride you Miss played so long. more than 50 years old.
with a fine 11-1 mark, is favored Johnson pitching for PKY. Chicago White Sox. and keep riding." Wright said the 6,300-()( Th.nilropn in"N iGre n"is fixed to HM all
..- .:1 yard par 72 Augusta Country prfcd s<**meiy.misting(e.ctan(toMcs.
1 : Club course is in fine shape. Girls Play they Thus need mart it ntrogen meet. is ar.Nale to lad plMte M

Mickey, a two-time Titleholders -

winner, missed a chance for Cage Game ASYTOAPPLY"NuGreen"

her third straight green coat comes In a Ire.Hew'KH shot form
TRADE THAT last year when she lost a 18- The Keyettes will meet Alpha '' h eh may be easy s rawl tkrauih al types of
....*......t...it cn be broad. 'asl.prior to pa.nt'c -
hole playoff to Marilynn Smithof Friday night at Gainesville **"M*.. '' a applied at tidedr, '

Jupiter, Fla., 72 to 73. High School in a girls basketball .
Miss Wright said she has almost game.

fully recovered from a severe All proceeds will go toward

ankle, sprain which kept a scholarship drive. The Kiigore Seed Company

OLD BACK BREAKER her off the tournament trail fora The girls will play by boys' Division of Asgrow Seed Company
few weeks. "It still swells upa rules, and the boys will dress ,.
little at night,".she said. "But up like cheerleaders for the con Alachua 441 South Phone 462-1241
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Koufax Injures ArmBy


Associated Press Sports Write,

While the Los Angeles Dodr

OS paN ers suffered from a growin TAu daiAp.il

headache in St. Louis toda t 23. 1964Pa9.

Sandy Koufax was 2,200 milt 13

nBKKB, ,5 'ct WL ar'y
his hot
away-nursing dog arrr

.x AAe The Dodgers' ace left-hande
t. y "* &*WMi n ittHEHHU
1. 9 Vw l i9 a
sw tr i was forced out of the game with

the Cardinals Wednesday night

after the first inning with an elbow Kentucky Shocks Gators

inflammation and a slight

muscle tear in his left forearm.

He returned to Los Angeles for

an examination. With Home Run in Ninth
Boys Swimming Before he left the game Kou-

fax unleashed a rare wild third

above is the Gainesville High School boys swimming team which will be in action Saturday in strike that eventually led to LEXINGTON, Ky. A two After Randy Morcroft walk- stop Ray Moanin homer

the Daytona Mainland Invitational. Bottom row (L-R) are Ralph Paige Bill McCartney, Glen Harris, Alan Charley James' three-run homer run homer .in the bottom of the led I to open the eighth and starting 360 feet over the left field lena

Summers, Forest Hope (captain), Mark Montgomery (co-captain), DeWitt Storm, David Edwards, Bobby and a 7-6 victory for the ninth shocked Florida's pitcher Charley Anderson to make it a 5-4 Kentucky vu

Doer. Top row (L-R) are Coach Bud Floyd, Russell Elliot, Fred Cantrell, Jim Hiltz, David Means, Jimmy Cardinals. It was. the seventh Gators sacrificed, infielder Ron Creese tory.

McDowall, Larry Brassington, Steve Nadeau, Howard Rick and Rusty Black. straight defeat for the Dodgers,, into a 5-4 Southeastern Conference homered over the left field fenceto
The win left the 'Cats in
who have won just one game. baseball loss yesterdaythat po
Gators 32.
the ahead
put sition to the Gators wit!
go past
Dr. I. C. Middleman, St. Louis put a severe crimp.in the After Jim Duncan fanned, catcher -

team physician, estimated Kou- Gators' ,chances of figuring in Dave Porter followed with another tucky is victory 5-3 in SEC today.action Ken tithe
I Horse Ends fax would miss at least one or
Racing TodayMIAMI two pitching turns. He normally the Eastern Division race in another 4-2 home. run and it wasa Gators' 7-3. '

pitches every four days. 1964. I game.Kentucky Earl Montgomery had threi

Cincy Blanked Division leader Auburn blanked got one back in I of Florida's seven hits am

(AP-Florida's) horse Last season, attendance was bettor tries to pick winners of dance but down 1.5 per cent in Elsewhere in the National. Tennessee 6-0 and now hasa the eighth when catcher Ted! Creese had a pair. Nash an
League Wednesday night Houston Fritsch singled in first base Fritsch each had two hit
and four races for a big payoff, was betting compared with the 1963 9-2 record to 7-3 for the Ga-
racing season spurred on by 39 1,345,164 betting $157,954-
blanked Cincinnati 2-0, and man Cotton Nash who had doubled for Kentucky.Florida .
10-race programs, the twin double -015. used at Tropical and Gulfstream season. San Francisco Milwaukee tors. Florida plays Kentucky !

and a new harness track, parks and for six nights at Sunshine Park, operating 50 stopped -again today while Auburn is ah r hKentucky ab r'
Gulfstream Park winds the 86. Rain halted Pittsburghat When Anderson opened the Creese, 3b 422 Horne, 2b 3 I'
up Pompano Park, the new harness days into late March, had 29,669 at Tennessee. The two teams
ends after record- J.
today a and Duncan If 3 0 0 Duncan If 30
of five season on a booming note, with track. paid admissions and $7,880,683 Philadelphia Chicago at then switch foes for Friday and' ninth by walking leadoff hit-: Porter, c 31 1 Moanin. ss 5 1
smashing run nearly New York. Mnt'gmry, 2b 4 0 3 Hutcn'son. rf 4 l
for the final ter Home, Coach Dave Fuller
15,000 expected The twin double payoff at in betting, a gain of 23.8 percent
months. Saturday games. I' Blomgren rf 4 0 0 Nash >b 3 1
program in a three-day schol- Gulfstream Park set three records at the gate and 1.8 per cent Koufax, whose 25 victorieslast went to his bullpen for his star Shannon, Ib 400 Embry, 3b 40

Paid attendance, not including arship run. During the regular for an American track, the in wagering. season earned him theleague's The Gators apparently had pitcher Danny Eggart. He got Elliott Boyesen cf cf 201 100 Gant Head, cf cf 20 20 '

scholarship and charity programs 40-day meeting, the track had latest only] Wednesday at $84- Pompano Park brought har- most valuable player won yesterday's battle when a to throw only two pitches. Anderson Morcroft, ss p 200 310 Calloway Fritsch p 3 3 0 1 :i

was 1,672,556 and pri- 466,126 paid admissions and wagering 692.20 for a $2 ticket. ness racing to south Florida for award, got into trouble when pair of eighth-inning home Duncan Bunts Eggart, p 000 a-Kennett 1 0'
mutuel wagering totaled $170-I was' $51,849,984, up 20.9 The previous high, set earlyin the first time, and in a 46-night Bill White swung and missedfor runs wiped out a 2-1 Kentuckylead On the first one, Duncan Totals ... 30. 7 firavttt Totals ..p. .. 33 001 S '

551,057. Last season, attendancewas per cent in attendance and li.4 the Gulfstream meeting, was meeting attracted 187,847 who the third strike. The ball got and put the visitors ahead, bunted Home down to second A-Struck Florida out for. Calloway 100000030-in 8th

1,672,556 and pari mutuel I in betting. $84,114.20. And a second payoffat wagered $6,581,688. by catcher John Roseboro, 4-2. base. On the second one, shortLedyU -, Kentucky .. ,.. .. 001001012-
though, and White reached first. Montgomery Creese Moanin 2
? wagering totaled $170,551,057. The twin double, in_which the'Dullsville9 Gulfstream was $81,181.80. Porter RBI-Creese 2, Porter Moanin 2
Koufax then walked Ken Boyer Nash Fritsch. LOB-Florida 4, Ken
Tropical Park opened the sea- I tucky 9. PO-A Florida 2517.
and the home Kentuck
run pitch
son Thanksgiving Day and drew WarriorsNov up 27-18, 2B-Nash. 36-Htrtchmaon. HR-
to James. Creese, .
Porter Moanin. DP-Fritsch t
277,605 paid attendance and $33- I, Carl Warwick and White later emIJIlBlNATIONAL ] Nash.Duncan,SB Anderson.-Horne, Montgomery! S _

896,863 in pari-mutuel wager- Have hit home runs, nullifying homers Pitchers Ip r er h to bt
ing, up 10.8 per cent in atten I ,Anderson. ........ 343610 *
by the Dodgers' Frank How- --- Eggart 3-3) 13 1 1 l 0 fI
dance and $33,896,863 in pari 0 I I dyCl. ..::::::. 14377 '
mutuel ard and Willie Davis. Curt Simmons LEAGUEW. AMERICAN LEAGUEW. I Gravett (W) ... .. .. 1 0 0 0 1 1
wagering, up 10.8 per High HopesSAN won his second game for I_ Pel. G.B.Phila'phia L. Pet. G.B. 1 I WP--Calloway 2. T-2:14. A-322.
cent in attendance and 5 percent 4 1 .800 %
the Cardinals but needed help ,San Fran. 6 2 .750 Baltimore 4 1 .800 1 \
in betting. Pittsburgh, 4 2 .667 V; Minnesota S 2 714 1
FRANCISCO (AP) from Roger Craig. ,St. Louis 5 3 .625 to Cleveland 2 1 .447 7 Playful Vet
Getting Big Coach Alex Hannum and his Willie McCovey belted home Cincinnati 4 4 .500 M Boston 32,6001
Hialeah Park, with nine-race Milwaukee 4 4 .500 IVi Detroit 4 3 .571 1
: San Francisco Warriors, the runs in his first three times at Houston 4 4 .500 1V4 Los Angeles 3 3 .500 W BOSTON AP) When the
programs and no twin double, Chicago 2 4 .333 2Vi Chicago 2 4 333 2'4
bat for the Giants. He had
drew attendanceand rough-and-tough Cinderellas of a New York 1 4 .200 3 New York 24.3332% old timers lined up for the open-
611,309 paid .080 batting Lot Angeles 1 7 .125 4''fa Washington 2 5 .286 3 i
$70,341,840 through the betting the hardwood, have high hopesnow puny average going I YESTERDAY'S RESULTSSan Kansas City 1 3 .250 2V4 I ing tap prior to the National
of catching the Boston Celt- into the game. His performance Francisco I, Milwaukee t YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
I Basketball Association All-Star
WorseGainesville windows in a 40-day meet Houston 2, Cincinnati 0St. Minnesota 7, Washington 4
overshadowed the
ics and winning the National two Louis 7. Los Angeles 6 New York 3. Chicago 0 game here, Paul Hoffman, gen
ing, up 1.1 per cent in atten- home runs hit by the Braves' Chicago at New York, postponed rainPittsburgh Los Angeles 3, Detroit 2
:, Basketball Association crown. eral
at Philadelphia, postponed Boston at Baltimore postponed, rain manager of the Baltimore
"That was the style of aggres- Joe Torre. rain, TODAY'S GAMES Cleveland rain at Kansas City postponed, Bullets, slammed a playful el.

sive game which has been so Chicago at New York TODAY'S GAMES bow into Jim Pollard's stomach.
always is a good candidate for changing its Mom Pockets Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N) Washington at Minnesota fat
important to us this year, said Cincinnati at Houston (N) Boston at Baltimore (N) 'V- "The game hasn't started
name to "Dullsville" when the University of Florida has its Hannum. Los Angeles at St. Louis (N) Cleveland at Los Angeles (N) "
said Pollard.WE'RE
Only games scheduled Only scheduled yet, .
annual slowdown. Except things have gotten worse lately. $84.692.20 I The Warriors, who won the l games

Back in the days (B.T.) before trimester, the bottom always Western Division crown after -
MIAMI Fla. (AP-A motherof
dropped out of the world that is the UF at its teeming best finishing fourth a year ago, had
June. four youngsters in bed with whipped the Celtics 115 91 FRANCISCO MILWAUKEE "
after graduation ceremonies abrh M abrbbi
went to the track
chickenpox Wednesday night in a "must"'game J. Aloo rt 5 1 1 1 F.Alou Cf 511V
Wednesday for a breather, bet for them. Kuenn if 5101 Mathews 3b 4 0 0 0 I
Mays cf 4221 Aaron rt 4111
$2 on a1' hunch twin double and For Boston had won the first McCovey Ib 4 3 3 4 Torre C 4223
Davenp't 2b 4 0 1 0 Oliver/ Ib 4020
walked off with $84,692.20, larg- two of this best four of seven Papan ss 4011 Maye If 4 0 1 0 .

a est payoff in U.S. racing history. playoff for the NBA title. Crandall c 4 1 1 0 Boiling 2b 4 1 0 r
Hendley p 20 1 9 McMillan ss 1 01 0
Mrs. Helen McGrady of West "We played our type of game Bolin p 2000 ad'Hoz ss 2010
Shaw p 0000 dB alley 0 0 0 0
Hollywood Fla., clutched a and we plan to keep going this Lemaster p 0 0 01

Danish good luck troll doll ,in way from now on," Hannum Cloninger p. 0000
bMenke 1000
hand held her Niekro p 0000 .: .'. .
a one continued. .. j; V:
I cClme 1000 :.;:.::. ./ ;:
.. ; :
with the other and watched Game No. 4 comes Friday Hoeft p 0000 '

Gulfstream Park officials count night in the Cow Palace. Smith fGabri'lson p 0000 1010

Now, under the trimester education plan, the shop, for all out stacks of $100 bills. Tom Meschery tied the NBA Totals, 310110 Totals 35 110 ta
-Singled for McMillan In 4th
ceremonies in ; c-
intent and purpose, closes with the graduation "We got it all! We got it all," playoff record of eight field Grounded out for Cloninger in 4th; c-
Fanned for Niekro in 7th d Walked
; for
midApril.Wait she said over and over. goals in a quarter hitting 17 de ga Hoz in 9th; e.-Ran for Bailey in

baseball track golf She took two $40,000 checks points in the opening stanza as 9th; -Singled for Smith In fth.
a minute 3'ou say. There's still Sail Francisco ......... ... (IS 111 lit-I
,and tennis going on for Gater Athletes who attend at least and the rest .in cash. She said the Warriors surged to a 40-21 Milwauk3e ............. 211 001 101-t

half of the final trimester session. she would share the money with E-Hart. Kuenn Davenport Pagan F.
the first lead.Wilt scored 35 Alou. PO-A-San Francisco 27-13, Milwaukee -
That is true. But where does it go on? Not in Gainesville, her sister Alfreda Ferris, who Chamberlain as 2712. DP-Pagan, Davenport and Me-
high point man for the game Covey; Bolin and Hart; Bolin and: Mc- tt
with the combi
helped winning .rAt
friends. ; Davenport. Pagan and McCovey;
nation: 7-6-3-4. and was the winner this time in Mlekro. de la Hoz and Oliver. LOB _
and Blue engaged in a battle with the San Francis o X Milwaukee 6-
Since April 4, when the Orange his perennial 2B-J. Alou. Mays. HR-McCovey 3.

,track meet with Florida State and Georgia Tech, and all the Celtics' Bill Russell.Florida Torre 2. SB-Mays, SF'LemasterIP .
until May 1, when Auburn comes here for a baseball xHendley, W. 1.1 s 7 4 3 1 1
way 'Bonn .. . .., 3 2 2 2 2 1
series, the UF teams have been either on the road or in Shaw............ 1 0 0 iI 0 1
-master, L.M.2134 5 4 0 0
exams. GirlsBattle Cloninger ?....... 1232 1 1 0 1 t
Niekro .......... 3 2 1 1 0 2 t tr
With the opening of the new trimester next week Gator Hoeft ............h 1.3 1 1 1 1 1
Smith .. .. ....,
has 1231 0 0 0 2
teams have a slim schedule. Only the baseball team any x-Pitched to 3 men in 4th; y-Pitched
to one man in tth. t pg
of it before the home folks. WP-Hoeft. U-Vargo. Forman. Jack. ,
Jwskt, Crawford. T-2:42. A-38,493.
This consists of single games with Auburn on May 1.%, an- TodayPINEHURST

other with Rollins on May 15 (two weeks later); one with CINCINNATI Night Game HOUSTON g ; _,r4ol y r y.' + yR .o.

Jacksonville University on May 20 and a windup three-game N. C. (AP) Helen Sigel Wilson of Gladwyne, Rose 2b ala 4000 r.. III Spangler cf abrhbi 4 0 1 0
with rival Florida'State University on May 29-30. Ruiz 3b 4 0 0 0 Fox 2to 411 0 .. .
set Florida players'and two from ,Pa., against Mrs. George Trainer Pinson cf 4010 Runnels Ib 301 I Y4 N. yb. F/ r
If a sports fan doesn't think esprit de corps suffers accordingly 'the North formed the field for of Rochester, N. Y. Johnson Robinson Ib rf 3 4010 0 1 o Aspro-nte Bond If 3b 2 300 0 0 0

he hasn't been around lately. today's semifinal round in the Skinner H 4000 Lillis 3b 1010
The winners meet Friday over Edwards c 4020 Staub rf 301 1
North and South Women's Ama- Cardenas ss 3 0 0 0 Kasko ss 3100 i .
The Pulse Is StilledThe teur Golf Tournament. the 18-hole route for the cham- Jay p 2000 Grote C 4011
a-Keaugh 1000 Bruce p 2010 i
Defending champion Nancy pionship over the 6,000-yard par Dickson p 0000 Brown p 000
pulse of Gainesville beats with that of the UF in the 74 No. 2 course of the pinehurst Totals, 33 I s. Totals, p273
Roth of Hollywood and Phyllis grounded out for Jay In 7th.incinitati .
field. When one is stilled, the other is faint, also. Country Club. '
athletic Preuss of Pompano Beach met : : .... CM ooo 006-1
There is no escaping the sober fact that education is, and I. H u t.. 111 GOt "xERunnels. -
in the first match. Miss Preuss, 2 and 1 finals
be the foremost objective. Somewhere along Spangler PO-A Cincinnati i
has to today,
The other pairing sent Mrs. loser to Miss Roth last spring, 24-1 Houston 2712. DP Fox Kasfci
the line, however, the powers-that-be, in their desire to assurea and Runnels' Rose. Johnson CardenaSiIRd

flow of education in its best manner tended to put a lid on avenged that setback 10 days the ton t.3B Johnson.. LOB Cincinnati 7. Hous- PUTTING UP A NEW SAWMILL in
GHS Girls ago a 1-up Grote. SB
the exuberance and natural vitality that is competition on the S-Runnels. Kaska Aspromonte.Jay411

athletic field. opening round of the Florida IP H R Eit II SO the Hollow to help make the charcoal that
amateur championship, which ...... t S 1 .1 2 :2

In doing so, they unintentionally put a lid on the exuberance Boys Swim she won. Dickson SBrUCO :.'"":"./5 ll.S 1 1 i 7 3 mellows Tennessee
our sippin'whiskey.
Brown .
that is Gainesville interrelated to the Uni- .. ..1 I. 1 1 .
and natural vitality x-FKed 'i
In quarter-final play Wednesday man In >th.
U-Bar1ick, Donatell, Landes. Steiner.
versity. I Miss Roth shot par golf and T-2:17 A-4,7Q.
There's no getting around it Athletically things are dif- On Saturday lost only one hole in a 7 and 6 LOS ANGELES ht ?LOUIS. Jack Daniel's is still smoothed out with Charcoal, -,

without the Gators in action. It's too bad that the top over Mrs. Joseph Hes-' Wins ala lbl w ab r fc iii
ferent ss < I Flood cf 4111 e
The Gainesville Schoolgirls That
High calls
state educators didn't want to give the quarter system a trial bitt of Greenwich, Conn. T.Gilliam Davis H 2b 4 2 2 ICroat ss 401 1 Mellowing. seeping every drop
and boys swimming teams 4021 Whit Ib 421''1
first-ahead of the trimester plan. From this selfish view- Miss Preuss knocked in a 12- Howard rt 31 1 3 Boyer 3D 3211.
head for Daytona this weekendfor the 19th holeto McMullen Ib 4 I 0 0 James tf 4113: down through 10 feet of charcoal
point, it still would have permitted a better spread of enroll- foot birdie putt on Wem.s :3000 Shannon tf 100.I
entire and also maintained UF athletic life a crack at the Daytona nip Mrs. Philip Cudone the dFairly 1 0 0 OWarwick rf 312 :2
ment over an year Roseboro from
hard sawed
Mainland Invitational c 0 OJavier 2b 4001 made maple and CHARCOAL
in a more normal procedure. crown. 1958 North and South championfrom W. Daris cf 41 i i Decker c 3010 i up
Ko?fax p 0 0 0 simmons 3001
the RUll Other teams competing in the West Caldwell, N. J. Ortega aParker p 1 1110 0 0 OCraig p 00 01 rickjnirncd in the open air. And we've

Caught on Saturday meet will be Bishop Rkttert p 0000 i 6 '

o Moore and Evans both of Or- Starke TestsPalatkaNine cMoon bCamtlli 1000 0000 been doing it so long now our old .
still leads Class C in
Deanne Yaun of Gainesville singles Miller P 0000
lando Lee Forrest and Lan- DROPGHS' :
; Totals ..
the state women's bowling tournament at Cocoa. Her 663 total don all of Jacksonville; Mel- Doubled 34 for I Ortega t Totals III 4th;.32703 to-An- sawmill on its last legs. But you
held three weeks now. flounced for Richert in Tth; c-Croundec 6.: '
has up
and Seabreeze and out for
bourne; host Camilii in nth; Grounded out

Bowling banquets dot the sports calendar locally. The Com- Mainland, both of Daytona. I PALATKAStarke will play for Werhas in .9IhLae. _' _.. 1 I can be sure well keep on gentling ,
AA9 4es ..... ...... .M It] 11.- ., m BY DROP
mercial League's is next Monday and the University City "The GHS teams saw action Palatka at 7:30 tonight in a st Louis ._.. ...,....... 312 000 ii_;7 whiskey' this ancient Tennessee :
E-None. PO A Los Angeles 2+10. St, our -
affair -
will hold its on May 15. -
Women's League Azalea Park.
last week in a double dual meetin baseball contest at Louis 27-11. LOB Los Angeles 2. St

Norman Sloan, Gator cage coach, has added John Raperof Daytona. The g i r 1 swami The invading Tornadoes will i louis 2B-8oYH X Pa,*er. T. Davis. H-Janes, way. Our old-timers like the chief :
and lost to 8-3 record into the con- Warwick, H<>*.rdl Whrte W. Davis. SB-: .
49-39 an
Hfflsborough Fred Pennlngton past carry
GUS, Bobby Shiver Tampa ; Wills. SF-Howard. -

Orlando Evans; Les Gunderson,. Lake Worth; and will add one Mainland 82-l%. The boys lost to test with the Braves, defending Koufas l. V, .... II H.2 33 ER 18 1.SCI. sawyer here will see to that. .:

more high school mentor from Florida to his summer camp to Leesburg 57-38, and to Mainland state Class A champions. S32r? .... 1 II 2 0 : "'
has been having its .,. .... 1 1 I 1 CW3. Jock Danl l Dtftfery. Urn MaIla Pro*, Inc. '
at Howey-in-the-Hills in June. 5936. Palatka .... .
staff. The camp will be early Miller .....2 1 1 1 0 :2 -
Gainesville Quarterback Club's board of directors meets The Invitational starts at 9:30 troubles this season but most of Craig Simmons... W....j-a.... ,2-3'2132 5 1. S 1 S 0 3: nllESSU IICIlY .;91 Mttf IT CIOICE=:tlBiuil Ill I9TTUI IT lltr f/JIEl IBTUEil IT1SHHS (ClU:214i] tElL .

tonight The 1961 club trip will be to Baton Rouge for.: the ajn. Saturday with the finals its losses have come at the 10.P-Kouu, PB-*' *ebr0. U-Sudol..

Cator-LSU earn via New Orleans). beeinnin? at 7 p.m. hands of Class AA nines. .Pryor.. ... may BurtUlt. T 2.07. A-


14 Gainesville Sun Thursday, April 23, 1964

I Salt Water Fishing Takes Over.; Bream Improve"I I


love any discourse of fishing along the lake mar season as this type hunting before choosing a camp where shops, news dealers, book reward of a new No. 1567

rivers and fish and fishing. gins. demands patience, skill, and their children will spend daysor and department stores, or can No. 1577 Free Spool
IzaakWalton. NEWNANS LAKE perserverance. An exception weeks. It provides positive be ordered by mail postpaidfor Reel with a regular
(Compleat Angler,
.) McGilvray's Fish Camp occurred in north Florida answers to questions such- as: $2.95 from the publishers, narrow spool will be giv

GENERALThe Speck fishing good; bass when a hunter successfullycalled Does the camp have ma- The Gun Digest Association, for each of the three old-

fishing good to excellent; and into gun range and kill ture leaders who will keep 4540 W. Madison Street, Chi- Supreme reels reported.

ranks of the fresh water bream fishing fair. ed a peacock. The peacockwas children away from such cago, Illinois, 60624. is not necessary to send

fishermen were thinned dur- Best bet for specks is troll ieldGlenM. .1 one of a wild flock hazards as poison ivy? FREE FISHERMAN'S reel. Merely describe it
the week the
ing past rea- ing in or along the channel. z an known to exist in the area. Are meals prepared in a HANDBOOK give the date the Supreme

son into, its salt own.water fishing came Bass up to 9V pounds came H s r4: ApprovedThe sanitary kitchen? Harnell offers a 32-page fish- purchased. A photo of
.4 y #! Stokes ., erman's handbook free. This reel would
in over the past week. Bass : .w National Wildlife Fed- Are programs geared to help.
On the fresh water scene are hitting on a variety of eration recently called attention the ages, abilities and inter- handy, tackle box size book- G. B. Smith, v I c e-

speck fishing held steady surface and underwater lures. to the fact voters in three ests of campers? let contains virtually every- The Enterprise

(fishing fair to good), bass Johnny relates that he missed states, Pennsylvania, Ohio thing a fisherman needs to Co., Akron, Ohio.

fishing held steady (fishing several nice bass on a No. n- -'.='" -, .... .,.,. '- "' -- and Florida had approvedbond Does the person in chargeof know.It STREET OR ALLEY?
waterfront activities havean
good), and bream fishing im- 1H Hawaiian Wiggler Wed- issues for outdoor recreation has sections devoted to may be in poor
proved (fishing good to ex- nesday evening. He had the spoon in the late afternoon. SUWANNEE RIVER (mouth) served to demonstrate up-to-date water safety instructor's the importance of line and but who expects a

cellent). hook straightened out on his Best bet for bass is weed- Bass's Cabins and Cafe is growing public certificate? its relationship with lures, who has caught a big
(fishing good), and bream Hawaiian by one "mossy less lures fished in the grass Kingfish, Spanish macker- a of an increasingneed. The eight areas in which weights and baits; the relationship to go home through the
fishing improved (fishing back" late in the day. Ronnie Redding al, and speckled trout fishing Pennsylvania's $70 mil- camps are judged before they of line, rod, reel and ?

good to excellent). Very few fishermen are Jr. (Starke) took his good; sheepshead fishing lion in bonds will go for acquiring can display the American fish; jiow temperature af- The Shamokin (Pa.)

fishing for bream. limit of shellcrackers on slow. King and Spanish regional and local Camping Association Camp fects nsh, lures; how to tie Citizen
Salt water fishermen had ORANGE LAKE worms. mackeral are being taken far new and Member Seal are: popular fishing knots, impor- .TIIE GREATEST
their finest hour of 64 over Paradise Cove Fish Camp Shipman's Fish Camp out in deep water. parks areas. In Ohio 1. Health tant fishing tips, tackle care; I were to name the three

the past week. By and large, Speck. bass, and b rea mfi3h.ing Speck fishing good; bass RANDOM CASTS. fishing the access million bond issue is 2. Safety and a recap of current world precious resources of
all kinds of salt water fishing $250
good. Best bet for AND SHOTS 3. Sanitation fish records.In I should say books,
macker fishing good to excellent; and combined for the benefit of
improved. Kingfish, specks is drifting in open bream (including shellcrack Spring Turkey Season schools and outdoor recrea- 4. Site and FacilitL addition, the booklet describes and nature; and the
and trout fishing
al, grouper water, Bass are doing well on ers) fishing good. Successful land improvements 5. Personnel Harnell's new line of these, at least the
showed the most improve plastic worms fished along the Florida turkey hunters have tion 6. Program of rods and tells how you can constant and always at
ment. edge of the grass beds. Bass The specks are still bed marked up a most successful over a three-year million of the 7. Administration join the Harnell Hall of Fame is nature.

uj to 12% pounds came in ding. Bass are taking live spring gobbler hunting sea- Twenty-five for recreational 8. Transportation and receive valuable prizes John Burroughs (1908))
AREA FISHItf' during the week. shiners. Buck Griffin and son with an estimated harvestof amount Florida voters authorized and recognition for catches.To the hook hard, keep a

Thomas Fish CampSpeck Terry Swinford recently took between six and eight purposes. constitutional Arkansas to Stock Florida get this bicolor, 32-page line, and REMEMBER

J.M. Fields Report fishing good; bassf1ShlD.g 8 bass up to. 5 pounds. They hundred turkeys. Florida'sspring a for the Largemouths booklet absolutely free, write A BOY FISHING!

Winners of last week's coo fair; and bream fishing took these in the morning on gobbler hunting sea- amendment providing bonds to finance Will Florida largemouthbass Harnell, Inc., 4094 Glenc 0 e
sale of
test are H. $. Holloway ia the good. Best bet for specksis the black worm and shiners son opened March 28 and clos- long-range outdoor adapt itself to Arkansas Ave., Venice 3, California.

Bass Division 8H pounds, trolling in deep water. Bass casting along the grass. ed April 12 in 22 counties, recreational a land acquisition waters? The fisheries Division OLDEST REELS VALUABLEWho OLD

no entry in the Speck Division: up to 10 pounds have been Bream are biting off docks with hunting permitted from of the Game and Fish owns the oldest classic -

and J. A. DeVaae ia the taken. Shellcrackers are being and along the water's edge. one-half hour before sunriseto program. Commission intends to find Supreme reel still in oper- I"A

Bream Division 1: ounces.. taken on the beds. ST. JOHN'S RIVER 12:00 noon.Hunters Importance Of Camp Seal out. It now has approximately ating condition? Pflueger, celebrating

Outstanding Conservationiststo (Lake Georgeand are not allowed to Before stop at a restau- 32,000 of the fry in a nursery its 100th,Anniversary

Sid Menge took his usual. be Jlonored.Florida's Lake Dexter) kill hen turkeys during the rant, hotel you or motel, you pond. They will be raised to this year, would like to know.
a limit of bass in Santa Fe outstanding conservationists Ormand's Jungle Den stocking size.
gobbler hunting sea- look for familiar seal
will be special often a
last Sunday. He had bass up again Speck fishing fair; bass The fish were obtained last
and inasmuch as the These seals
reassure -
son of approval.
takenon honored and their efforts recognized -
to 5 pounds; these were during 1964. Accord- fishing fair; bream fishing ex spring gobbler season follows you. They tell you week from our Florida Game SPORTSMAN'S'pieESTjte
No. 1H Hawaiian Wig-
cellent. Most of the fishermenare the mating activity of the standards have been and Fresh Water Fish Commission i
gler. John Ellett took 80 mackerel ing to Tommy pres- in
plus some kings Tuesday ident, Florida Wildlife Fed going after specks turkeys, there is little or no met. Just as important to exchange for a
and bass.SUWANNEE. supply of Arkansas channel
the wild the American
damage done to is
at Cedar Key. eration, the Conservat ion parents catfish.It' *
RIVER (mouth) Most Association Camp
Awards program held under turkey population. Camping
Fields' now has L. L. Pet- the auspices of the Federa- Bass's Cabins and Cafe spring turkey hunters employ Member Seal. = Loaded For You! THE RIGHT NET

ty's 18-pound bass on display. tion and sponsored by the Bass fishing good; bream still-hunting ,methods and the This seal, at whose centeris Hundreds 1964 Handloader's of Digest .:1.............
It also has free gifts for every- Sears Roebuck Foundation, (including shellcrackers) fish- use of a turkey call, thus an acorn, is earned only of -;- m TROUt'l BASS

one coming to register in their was initiated in 1957 and annually ing good to excellent. The wa- keeping the disturbance in by camps whcih have met American sportsmen now I i LANDING

big fishing contest. recognizes those individuals ter level of the river continues the woods to a minimum. rigid standards of excellence.It "roll their own" and we'renot 4 NET .and to the point I

LAKE WAUBERG that contribute the high. Generally only the most ardent takes into account the de- talking about cigarettes,
either! shorter the distance be-
UF's Camp Wauberg most toward conserving Flo- THE TACKLE BOX REPORT turkey hunters are suc- sire of parents to ask many We refer, rather to the -1-/1 powerhead and prop the
Speck fishing fair; bass rida's natural resources. Bass photographed duringthe cessful during the spring4t'Yp'r1"'Y" questions of camp owners ever- The new Sport win's
The awards ., increasing number of shooters ,rigid drive shaft delivers
present ,
fishing good; and shellcracker includes program past week were Edward :: : ; :: +Ii "i *7J.t TP'r who have taken up the torque with maximum
recognition on
fishing good. Young's nice string (caughton manufacture of their own A LANDING NET'S BOW SHOULDBE Packs the punch of a
Few are being taken both a local and state-wide totes like a 5, starts with
a Rapala, in Skinner'sLake ammunition AS LONG AS THE AVERAGE
level. The Federation is endeavoring ;: be it shotshell, FISH YOU EXPECT TO CATCH-- ease of a 3. See the new
4-17)) W. E. Parramore's I : '
on -
; rifle
or handgun cartridges.The .
to establish a conservation EXCEPTING BOAT LANDING NETS> pact dF G f
7'% pounder (homemade big incentive has 2MB 9
awards committeein been, WHERE LARGE WALLEYES* PIKE* **& & h
each county in Florida. top-water, Red Water .. ., per"r and is, economy. You can ET CETERA,ARE EXPECTED, THE 1

,.fi s fRESNr Such county committees will Lake, 4-19)); Robert Fowler's ; save folding money when you AS BOW THE CAN LARGEST HARDLY BE FISH.AS (LARGE SOME 5361 :TERMSTRADE

select the outstanding conser- 11 pounder (live shiner, load your own, as much as FISHING RESORTS MAY SUPPLY _
r vationist in nine different small lake near Hawthorne, 4- Y 50% or more of the cost of VERY LARGE, CUSTOM-MADE
categories to be awarded 19)); Bill Avera, Tom Hut- i> factory ammunition.Just LANDM3 NETS FOR SUCH FISH.)

county recognition. From son, and Bill Arline's nice about all bandleaders,

the individuals selected by string-up to 8% pounds ( though, find an even greater GATORI

the county committees, a state (blue worm and Rapala, New J satisfaction-the keen en-

; however, few fishermenare committee will select the win- DaDS Lake, 4-19)); and Emory y joyment they get shooting BOAT LAKDING NET
pursuing them. Limits of ners of the State Conservation Singletary's nice string a JrL l S4t ammunition they've put together You I

yearling bass are common. Award. up to 6 pounds -(black worm, ; xis with their own hands. NET FOR DON'T THE HEED SMALLER A ,' EP- SALES SERVICE

Best baits for bass are Hawaiian The State Conservat ion Orange Lake, 4-19)). RobertFowler's ErV Until the advent of the ER-SIZE FISH (FLIP THEM OUT). E. University Ave.I I
Wigglers, black plas- Awards Handloader's there'snever .
are traditionally presented 11 pounder emergesas Digest, FR 2.3333 '
tic worms, and Johnson :; by the Governor of the the contest leader for the { been a publication giv- I Ir
spoons. Shellcrackers are State at the annual meetingof month of April. ing complete technical infor- -

yielding to worms fished in the Florida Wildlife Feder- mation on the vast array of DISCOUNT
the bonnets. ation and known as the Gov- loading tools, dies, accessor-

LOCIILOOSA LAKE ernor's State Conservation ies, components, etc. and .
aI4AA Mercury 850- ?
Carl's Fish Camp Award, said Needham. -. how to use them. P'16' 85 HPRegular 895

Bream (including she 11. DERBY OPENS M Now, in the big new, fully $1,097 ..
crackers) fishing excellent. Resident and visiting sports- / revised and update 2nd Edi- New Mercury 200-
Limits of bream are being men in this area will find CEDAR KEY _. ., __ tion of the HANDL 0 A DER'SDIGEST 20 HPRegular $349

taken on worms and fresh- that fishing can be more than Kingfish, black bass, __ you find the most $42917Foot . .

water shrimp. Best bet is fun, beginning Friday, May grouper, and speckled trout up-to-the-minute informationever _c. ( ,r Regular Cutter $ 00
I 1, with the opening of the fishing good to excellent. The assembled on the sub $319

Schlitz $500,000 Fishing Der- weather has been favorable ject of handloading. The list v.. 14 Ft. Fiberglass $

by in 34 counties from St. and the fisherman have capitalized of authors makes a who's Reg. $319.00 . 27950

Augustine, Jacksonville and with good catches. who of experts in the reload- W

Fernandina to Panama City Kingfish, grouper, and ing and shooting world. JIMMY MOORE'SSUNSPORTS

and Pensacola.For black bass are being taken in The 2nd Annual 1964 Hand-
the fourth consecutiveyear deep water whereas trout loader's Digest is available in

cash offered awards of $25 to are doing best on the flats. r sporting goods stores, gun North Florida's Largest Mercury Outboard Dealer
$10,000 are by Jos.
Pier fishing is also good. U.S. 301 at Fla. 100
Schlitz Brewing Company in CRYSTAL RIVERKnox's : 1 i STARKE, FLA. PHONE 964-5791
0I the only event of its kind. Bait House !tg Boats Motors Trailers
The Derby is a scientific
0 research conductedin Kingfish fishing fair; jew 2xik Tomorrow High at 12:21 a.m. and ----
program, 12:33 p.m. Low at 4:35 a.m. and 7:01
cooperation with the Florida fish and grouper fishing

a Game and Fresh Water good; and trout fishing excel 12:55 p.m.Saturday p.m. _Low High at 7:05 at 1:05 a m.a.m.and 7:33 and NOT A PRETTY PICTURE

Commission and the Florida lent. Kingfish fishing has ." Jjn.Sunday High at 1:43 a.m. and 1:17
Board of Conservation (for slowed down somewhat. j.m. Low at 7:31 a.m. and 8:03 p.m.
1 salt water). Grouper and jew fish are be- 1:38 Monday pjn. -Low High at 7:56 at 2:19 ajn. a.m.and 8:33 and

More than 10,000 fresh and ing taken way out in deep 12 Pounder p.m.Tuesday High at 2:53 ajn. and 2
salt water fish have been water. 4. p.m. Low at oaf ajn. and ':02 pjn.
Wednesday High at 3:28 a.m. and
tagged by the two state agencies The trout are hitting very Junior Suggs of Fairfield proudly displays 121A 2:24 PJTU Low at 8:41 am. and ':33

and released in waters good in bass he caught on a black worm in Orange [I prn Thursday* High at ":05 a.m. and
throughout the State for the 250 p.m. Low at ':06 ajn. and 10:09
(Photo Courtesy Paradise Cove Fish Camp.) ;;;J.m. l
Derby. Each tagged fish rep- close."V lq .p K
CHAR COAL Res. 39c resents a cash award for its

LIGHTER . .. 29c return through a S c h litz 'QZ\ CROSS CREEK CAMPBlack
wholesaler to the state agency
Reg. 89cCHAR concerned for studies hi fish \j Bass Speckled Perch Brem

COAL 79c management, conservat I o nand
: 60,000 Acres of Florida's Best Fishing Water

8-Quart recreation. Tables L
Picnic Cooler 1.99 SANTA FE LAKEBarnhill's o Gas and Oil s Modern Trailer Parks

Fish Camp RestaurantMotors 0 Free Picnic Area
k BUR Bass fishing good; shell-

Old Milwaukee 6/89c cracker fishing good. Last 1. yy'y. ,--- 0 0 Camping Facilities

-- -- week bass up to 7 poundswere O Guides 0 Launching Ramp

Schlirx Qt. Btl. 39cNo taken. Gene Webb and By JOHN ALDEN KNIGHTThe or two hours thereafter. The Minor 0 Tackle O Good Cabins
Luther Brown (Jacksonville) schedule of Solunar Periods as Periods shown in regular type, are Of
printed below has been taken from somewhat shorter duration. 0 Salt 0 Good Boats
Deposit took 20 schooling bass on jigs John Alden Knight's SOLUNAR TABLES. Use Eastern Standard time.
Canadian Ace 6/99c and heavy spoons; they fishing Plan your in good days territory so that or you hunting will be In Tomorrow ...... 3:35 ':30 3:40 11:00 0 Ice BUT WE'RE HAPPYNot
........ :15 10:15 .:25 H:4C
5 Web weighed from 2-6 pounds. wish good to cover during these times.that If each yap Saturday Sunday....... 4:55 11:55 5:05 11:2t Call 481-2437 Write Box 311, Hawthorne, Fla.
find the best sport
Lawn Chairs .... 3.99 Mike Thunderburk (Keystone day The has Major to offer.Periods are'sl\own to boldface Tuesday Monday ............... 6:20 5:35 12:05 11:49 6:35 5:53 12.25. Enjoy Our Famous Food Fresh From The Lake near as happy as the people that cleaned us
) took 13 bass ((1-5 type. These begin at the times Wednesday ..... 7:05 12:50 7:25 1:15 State Road 325 at Cross Creek out of Johnson Sea-Horse Motors (warehouse tool.)
...... 7:55 1:4 2:1
hall Thursday 1:20>>
Chaise Lounge. 6.99 pounds) over two days. He shown and last for an hour and II Mac & Nell McCoy- Operators They have joined two million other people that

was fishing with a weed ess appreciate a clean design, that never goes out of
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'COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR style. Higher value. Honest horsepowerratings

GET READJ.: GET SEI:. Nor \ TlM for Each Day Tafla WV*. F2fc Bit. Baat* certified by the OBC. Corrosion protectionthat's
swe Let Tackle Box Charlie real. Ultra-quiet performance. Factory
I American APRIL 1964 :::-
II FfI6VM 14 Ft. :: trained service. 2-Year guaranteed protection

-.+r F BOAT SUN | MON I TUE I WED I THU 1 FRI 1 SAT Refill Your parts new and Sea-Horse.labor from the time they purchasedtheir

-- i'f\ \,".,'..'.''''. ; NEW. 26 27 28 29 30 FQ LQ Fishing Reel There is nothing else that can be sold except thatBairds
I 1:::: I \I 't.41
Murray J2Q.C:;a 2:3: 1:56 2-43 D CIAM. Marine has a big shipment due now.
\ .:"'_ : Trailer 32:26 AM AM AM AM 18th 3 tf1 /f.WWith your choice of any b Would you like to trcde? "

: 1960 Model Electric Start All time Is given In Central Standard time. Add CN hour for the bulk line in stock 7"
:: '.; Motor in A-l Condition. Eastern time zone; subtraCt CIne hour,for Rocky Mountain: time; two filled on our electric Use Your Central Charge At
.- hours for Pacific time. in beauties tnina daylight saving time, add ..;
,Y COMPLETE RIG $1 Aft I ChI hour to time fo i4 abort Ccp)'ght-WJnstcn.s. N. c. machine at .
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14 Gainesville Sun Thursday April 23, 1964

I Salt Water Fishing Takes Over.; Bream Improve"I I

love any discourse of fishing along the lake mar- season as this type hunting before choosing a camp where shops, news dealers, book A reward of a new No. 1567
.4T; skill and their children will and department stores No. 1577 Spool
rivers and fish and fishing." gins. demands patience, spend daysor or can or Free
(Compleat Angler Izaak NEWNANSLAKE perserverance. An exception weeks. It provides positive be ordered by mail postpaidfor Supreme Reel with a regularor
Walton.) McGilvray's Fish Camp Asfream.: occurred in north Florida answers to questions such as: $2.95 from the publishers, a narrow spool will be given -

Speck fishing good; bass rrw' when a hunter successfully Does the camp have ma- The Gun Digest Association, for each of the three old-
fishing good to excellent; and as'. $ 'an r x t xv called into gun range and kill- ture leaders who will keep 4540 W. Madison Street, Chi- est Supreme reels reported.It .
ranks of the fresh water fair. y. .y r R ,. 4 L':. The peacockwas cago, Illinois, 60621. send
bream fishing .R f A ed a peacock. children away from such is not necessary to
fishermen were thinned dur- Best bet for specks is troll- r one of a wild flock hazards as poison ivy? FREE FISHERMAN'S the reel. Merely describe it
the week
ing past rea- ing in or along the channel. known to exist in the area. Are meals prepared in a HANDBOOK and give the date the Supremewas

into son, its salt own.water fishing came Bass up to 9V4 pounds came (;: :) ApprovedThe sanitary kitchen? Harnell offers a 32-page fisherman's purchased. A photo of
handbook free. This the reel would
in over the past week. Bass National Wildlife Fed- Are programs geared to help.
On the fresh water scene are hitting on a variety of eration recently called atten- the ages, abilities and inter- handy, tackle box size book- Write G. B. Smith, vi c e-

speck fishing held steady surface and underwater lures. tion to the fact voters in three ests of campers? let contains virtually every- president, The EnterpriseMfg.

(fishing fair to good), bass Johnny relates that he missed states, Pennsylvania, Ohio thing a fisherman needs to Co., Akron, Ohio.
fishing held steady (fishing several nice bass on a No. and Florida had approvedbond Does the person in chargeof know.It MAL STREET OR ALLEY?
waterfront activities havean
good), and bream fishing improved 1% Hawaiian Wiggler Wed- issues for outdoor recre- has sections devoted to Bragging may be in ptior
in the late afternoon. SUWANNEE RIVER (mouth) up-to-date water safety instructor's -
(fishing good to ex- nesday evening. He had the spoon ation, served to demonstratethere the importance of line and taste, but who expects a
cellent). hook straightened out on his Best bet for bass is weed- Bass's Cabins and Cafe is a growing public certificate? its relationship with lures, fellow who has caught a big

(fishing good), and bream Hawaiian by one "mossy less lures fished in the grass Kingfish, Spanish macker- awareness of an increasingneed. The eight areas in which weights and baits; the relationship fish to go home through the

fishing improved (fishing back." late in the day. Ronnie Red- al, and speckled trout fish- Pennsylvania's $70 mil- camps are judged before they of line, rod, reel and alley?

good to excellent). Very few fishermen are ding, Jr. (Starke) took his ing good; sheepshead fishing lion in bonds will go for acquiring can display the American fish; jow? temperature affects The Shamokin (Pa.)

fishing for bream. limit of Shellcrackers on slow. King and Spanish regional and local Camping Associatien Camp fish, lures; how to tie Citizen
Salt water fishermen had ORANGE LAKE worms. mackeral are being taken far new and Member Seal are: popular fishing knots impor- NATURE. .THE GREATEST
and hunting
their finest hour of 64 over Paradise Cove Fish Camp Shipman's Fish Camp out in deep water.RANDOM parks areas. In Ohio 1. Health tant fishing tips, tackle care; If I were to name the three
and fishing access
the week.
past By large, bass and bream : CASTS. 2. Safety and of most resources of
Speck, Speck fishing good; bass the $250 million bond issue is a recap current world
all kinds of salt water
macker-fishing fishing good. Best bet for fishing good to excellent; and AND SHOTS combined for the benefit of 3. Sanitation fish records.In life, I should say books,

improved.al Kingfish and trout, fishing specks is drifting in open bream (including shellcrack-: Spring Turkey Season schools and outdoor recrea- 4. Site and Faciliti addition, the booklet describes friends, and nature; and the

grouper water. Bass are doing well on ers) fishing good. Successful tion land and improvements 5. Personnel Harnell's new line greatest of these, at least the
showed the most improve- plastic worms fished along the Florida turkey hunters have period. 6. Program of rods and tells how you can most constant and always at
The still bed- over a three-year
ment. specks are
edge of the grass beds. Bass marked up a most successful million ,of the 7. Administration join the Harnell Hall of Fame hand, is nature.
12& pounds came in ding. Bass are taking live hunting Twenty-five 8. Transportation John (1908)
up to shiners. Buck Griffin and spring gobbler sea- amount is for recreational and receive valuable prizes Burroughs
during the week. son with an estimated harvestof Florida voters authorized and recognition for catches.To Set the hook hard, keep a
Thomas Fish Camp Terry Swinford recently took between six and eight purposes. constitutional Arkansas to Stock Florida get this bicolor, 32-page tight line, and REMEMBER ,
fishing good; bass 8 bass up to 5 pounds. They F I a LargemouthsWill TAKE A BOY FISHING!
J. M. Fields' Report Speck hundred turkeys. 0 rida's amendment providing for the booklet absolutely free, write
Winners of last week's con- fishing fair; and bream fish- took these in the morning on spring gobbler hunting sea- sale of revenue bonds to finance Florida largemouthbass Harnell, Inc., 4094 Glenc 0 e

test are H. $. Holloway in the ing good. Best bet for specksis the black worm and shin- son opened March 28 and closed long-range outdoor adapt itself to Arkansas Ave., Venice 3, California.

Bass Division 8% pounds, trolling in deep water. Bass ers casting along the grass. April 12 in 22 counties recreational a land acquisition waters? The fisheries Di- OLDEST REELS VALUABLEWho OlD

no entry in the Speck Division, up to 10 pounds have been Bream are biting off docks with hunting permitted from vision of the Game and Fish owns the oldest clas-

and J. A. DeVane in the taken. Shellcrackers are being and along the water's edge. one-half hour before sunriseto program. Commission intends to find sic Supreme reel still in oper- NEW

Bream Division 12 ounces. taken on the beds. ST. JOHN'S RIVER 12:00 noon.Hunters Of Camp Seal out. It now has approximately ating condition? Pflueger, cel-

Outstanding Conservationiststo (Lake George are not allowed to Importance Before stop at a restau- 32,000 of the fry in a nursery ebrating its 100th Anniversarythis

Sid Menge took his usual. be Honored. and Lake Dexter) kill hen turkeys during the rant hotel you or motel, you pond. They will be raised to year, would like to know.
a limit of bass in Santa Fe Florida's outstanding con- Ormand's Jungle Den stocking size.
gobbler hunting sea- look for familiar seal
be special often a
last Sunday. He had bass up servationists will again Speck fishing fair bass The fish were obtained last
; son and inasmuch as the of approval. These seals reassure -
to 5 pounds; these were takenon honored and their efforts rec- fishing fair; bream fishing ex- week from our Florida Game
follows tell
1964. Accord- spring gobbler season you. They you SPORTSMAN'S'PISESTJ. :
No. 1% Hawaiian Wig- ognized during
a cellent. Most of the fishermenare the mating activity of the certain standards have been and Fresh Water Fish Com- t
gler. John Ellett took 80 mack- ing to Tommy Needham pres-
ident Florida Wildlife Fed- going after specksand turkeys, there is little or no met. Just as important to in exchange for a
Tuesday ,
eral plus some kings
bass.SUWANNEE. damage done to the wild is the American supply of Arkansas channel s bp
at Cedar Key. eration, the Conservat ion parents .
Awards program held under : RIVER (mouth) turkey population. Most Camping Association Camp catfish.
Fields' now has L. L. Pet- the auspices of the Federa- Bass's Cabins and Cafe spring turkey hunters employ Member Seal. It's Loaded For You! THE RIGHT NET

bass on display.It the Bass fishing bream methods and the This seal at whose centeris 1964 Handloader's Digest
ty's 18-pound tion and sponsored by good; still-hunting .
Hundreds of .'.........,..,,
thousands .
of o ', TROUT
also has free gifts for every- Sears Roebuck Foundation, (including Shellcrackers) fish- use of a turkey call, thus an acorn, is earned only SHOR1t
oft BASS
one coming to register in their was initiated in 1957 and an- ing good to excellent. The wa- keeping the disturbance in by camps whcih have met American sportsmen now f. i LANDING

big fishing contest. nually recognizes those indi- ter level of the river contin- the woods to a minimum. rigid standards of excellence.It "roll their own" and we'renot 'NET .. .and to the point!

LAKE WAUBERGUF's viduals that contribute the ues high. Generally only the most ardent takes into account the desire talking about cigarettes,
either! The shorter the distance between
Camp Wauberg most toward conserving FloI THE TACKLE BOX REPORT turkey hunters are suc- of parents to ask many We refer rather -1-/7 power iead and prop the
to the
Speck fishing fair; bass rida's natural resources. Bass photographed duringthe cessful during the spring questions of camp owners ever- better. The new Sportwin'
The awards increasing number of shooters short,rigid drive shaft delivers
and shellcracker present pro- : '" "
fishing good; includes past week were Edward 'Wt'r"' :'.1' :' it 1! 'lF' who have taken up the engine torque with maximum
fishing good. gram recognition on Young's nice string (caughton manufacture of their own A LANDING NETS BOW SHOULDBE thrust. Packs the punch of a
Few specks are being taken both a local and state-wide a Rapala, in Skinner'sLake ammunition be AS LONG AS THE AVERAGE 10, totes like a 3, starts with
level. The Federation is en- it shotshell, FISH YOU EXPECT TO CATCH- the ease of a 3. See the new
on 4-17)); W. E. Parramore's rifle
deavoring to establish a con- or handgun cartridges.The EXCEPTING BOAT LANDING NETS compact
1+w servation awards committeein 7H pounder (homemade big incentive has been, WHERE LARGE WALLEYES, PIKE, Evinrude 9% h P
each county in Florida. top-water, Red Water and is, economy. You can CT CETERA?ARE EXPECTED, THE Sportwin.
Such county committees will Lake, 4-19)); Robert Fowl- save folding money when you $36150
er's 11 pounder (live shiner TRADE
select the outstanding conser- your own, as much as FISHING RESORTS MAY SUPPLY
vationist in nine different small lake near Hawthorne, 4- 50% or more of the cost of VERY LARGE, CUSTOM-MADE
categories to be awarded 19)); Bill Avera, Tom Hut- c. factory ammunition.Just LANDINQ NETS FOR SUCH FISH)

county recognition. From son, and Bill Arline's nice 1 about all handloaders,

the individuals selected by string-up to 8% pounds fi t) though, find an even greater GATORMARINE

the county committees, a state (blue worm and Rapala, New- satisfaction-the keen en-

; however, few fishermenare committee will select the win- nans Lake, 4-19); and Em- joyment they get shooting BOpJ LANDING NET

pursuing them. Limits of ners of the State Conservation ory Singletary's nice stringup ammunition they've put together You

yearling bass are common. Award. to 6 pounds -black( worm, with their own hands. NET FOR DON'T THE NEED SMALLER A ,'KEEP- SALES SERVICE

Best baits for bass are Ha- The State Conservat ion Orange Lake, 4-19)). Robert Until the advent of the .m..SI'1.E"FISH (FLIP THEM OUT). 221 E. University Are.I I
waiian Wigglers, black plas- Awards are traditionally presented Fowler's 11 pounder emergesas Handloader's Digest, there's FR 2-3333 i
tic worms and Johnson by the Governor of the the contest leader for the never been a publication giv-
spoons. Shellcrackers are State at the annual meetingof month of April t ing complete technical infor-
yielding to worms fished in the Florida Wildlife Feder- mation on the vast array of
the bonnets. ation and known as the Gov- 6ti loading tools, dies, accessor- PRICES
LOCHLOOSA LAKE ernor's State Conservation ies
etc. and
components, -
Carl's Fish Camp Award, said Needham. t
Bream (including she II- DERBY OPENS Now, in the big new, fully Regular $1,097 ..
crackers) fishing excellent. Resident and visiting sports- ti revised and up-date 2nd Edi- New Mercury
Limits of bream are being men in this area will find CEDAR KEY tion of the HANDL A DER'SDIGEST 20 HPRegular 20034900

taken on worms and fresh- that fishing can be more than Kingfish, black bass, you find the most $429 .. '

water shrimp. Best bet ..is.. fun, beginning Friday, May grouper, and speckled trout up-to-the-minute informationever J"tt..rr,,11.... Regular 17-Foot Cutter $)119500New

1, with the opening of the fishing good to excellent. The assembled on the sub- 4n: ::. $3 J 9 . .
Schlitz $500,000 Fishing Der- weather has been favorableand ject of handloading. The list 14 Ft. Fiberglass

by in 34 counties from St. the fisherman have capi- of authors makes a who's t o Reg. 319.00 . $27950

Augustine, Jacksonville and talized with good catches. who of experts in the reload-

Fernandina to Panama City Kingfish, grouper, and t ing and shooting world. JIMMY MOORE'SSUNSPORTS

and Pensacola.For black bass are being taken in The 2nd Annual 1964 Hand-

the fourth consecutiveyear deep water whereas trout loader's Digest is available in .

cash awards of $25 to are doing best on the flats. sporting goods stores, gung I North Florida's Largest Mercury Outboard Dealer
$10,000 are offered by the Jos.
Pier fishing is also good. U.S. 301 at Fla. 100
Schlitz Brewing Company in CRYSTAL RIVERKnox's 1 STARKE FLA. PHONE
I the only event of its kind. s mamTomorrow : 964-5791
Bait House Boats Motors Trailers
The Derby is a scientific
\a gT 1
S Kingfish fishing fair; jew at 12:21 a.m. and ----- -
research conductedin High -- -- --- --
program 12:33 p.m. Low at 4:35 .m. and 7:01
cooperation with the Flori- fish and grouper fishing p!.

.. da Game and Fresh Water good; and trout fishing excel- 12:55 Saturday p.m. -Low High at 7:05 at 1:05 a.m.a.m.and 7:33 and NOT A PRETTY PICTURE
Commission and the Florida lent. Kingfish fishing has !).m.
Sunday High at 1:43 a.m. and 1:17
Board of Conservation (for slowed down somewhat. !).m. Low at 7:31 ajn. and 8:03 p.m.
fI salt water). Grouper and jew fish are be- :38 Monday p-m. -Low High at 7:56 at 2:1'am. a.m.and 8:33 and

a More than 10,000 fresh and ing taken way out in deep 12 1 Pounder : i.m.Tuesday' High at 2:53 a.m. and 2p.m.
salt water fish have been water. 4 Low at $:19 Jn. and 9:02 p.m.
I High at 3:28 a.m. and
Wednesday -
tagged by the two state agencies The trout are hitting very Junior Suggs of Fairfield proudly displays 121.,4 t:24 p-m. Low at 8:41 jn. and 9:33 *$

a and released in waters good in close. pound bass he caught on a black worm in Orange Thursday High at 4:05 a.m. and
throughout the State for the 2:50 p-m. Low at 9:06 ajn. and 10:09
Lake. (Photo Courtesy Paradise Cove Fish Camp.) p.m.

Derby. Each tagged fish rep- ____u______ __ ,
CHAR COAL Reg. 39c resents a cash award for its r > MMHVf* -<**>
LIGHTER eo 29c return through a S c h litz CROSS CREEK CAMP
t ,. ',
wholesaler to the state agency

Reg. 89cCHAR concerned for studies in fish t ;:;:;. unt'ce swt'takunt Block Bass-Speckled Perch Brem u/4

COAL 79c management recreation., conservat 1 o nand I 60,000 Acres of Florida's Best Fishing Water

28-Quart Tables .
Picnic Cooler 1.99 SANTA FE LAKEBarnhilTs Gas and Oil Modern Trailer ParkRestaurant

Fish Camp Free Picnic Area
Bass fishing good; shell-
cracker O Motors Camping Facilities 4
Old Milwaukee 6/89c fishing good. Last
t -- week bass up to 7 poundswere Guides Launching Ramp

Schlitz Qt. Btl. 39cNo taken. Gene Webb and By JOHN ALDEN KNIGHT or two hours thereafter. The Minor Tackle Good Cabins
Luther Brown (Jacksonville) The schedule of Solunar Periods as periods shown In regular type, are of
printed below has been taken from somewhat shorter duration. e Bait Good Boats
Deposit took 20 schooling bass on jigs John Alden Knight's SOLUNAR TABLES. Use Eastern Standard time.
Canadian Ace 6/99c Plan your days so that you will be Ice
and heavy bi Tomorrow 3:35 ':30 3:40 10:00 BUT WE'RE HAPPYNot
spoons; they hunting
fishing In good territory or .
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Saturday :
5 Web weighed from 2-6 pounds. wish good to cover find during the best these sport times.that If each you Sunday....... 4:55 1ISS 5:05 11:20 Call 481-2437 Write Box 311, Hawthorne, Fla

Lawn Chairs .... 3.99 Mike Thunderburk (K e y- day The has Malor to offer. shown In boldface Tuesday Monday' ................ 6:20 5:35 12:65 11:48 6:35 5:50 12:25- Enjoy Our Famous Food, Fresh From The Lake near as happy as the people that cleaned us

stone) took 13 bass (1-5 type. These Periods begin are at the times half Wednesday Thursday' ........... 7:55 7:05 12:59 1:41 1:20 7:25 2lC 1:15 State Road 325 at Cross Creek out of Johnson Sea-Horse Motors (warehouse too) .
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Whitey.Shut s Out KOUFAX BOWS OUT

Chisox 'TRAP ON tt A pQMJIIM.SURE fH Catches Up

for 200thBy IHE LEFT ONE
THE DOW 4GWIN& ) An elbow side of the forearm," the physi- was unaware that Koufax had

K TWg REACHED BOTTOM 500N OP < for three cia nsaid. But he doubted that occasional pain in his arm since

MIKE RATHET [the Chicago White Sox 3-0 on six pitcher in major league history P ALLY WOULD Angeles' Sandy there was any damage to elbow spring training.In .

:Measured by Whitey Ford's hits."I to reach the 200-victory plateau. FOOT.5NOIILD-JW6 BE CLUB d.AVED t5 for at cartilage and there was no indication 1962, Koufax missed hall

meticulous standards, the 200th I only went through one Bright Future AB2UP>n.V OH THE night of calcification or chips. the season because of a circa

victory of his major league career -sweat shirt," said Ford' laughing The long, bright future also BRouGHt POWH terrible memo The Dodgers flew Koufax latory ailment in a finger on hit

was a complete success- I. "I'm giving myself an excellent -may be approaching for the THROUSU GALJ.ON TE l UD\V\ the Dodgers. back to Los Angeles immedi- pitching. hand. He had 14 vie-

strictly a one sweat-shirt job. ', report for the game." Yankees, who marked their second FOUOWS 1WS heck Koufax ately after the game for further ries and the Dodgers were ii

? Ford,. the ace left-bander of i Ford's chart, when completed, victory in six games with 7HE SLOPF. examination today.In first place when he retired. Los
the New York Yankees who will show he kept the White Sox still another achievement. In /lt an ice pack on Angeles went on to lose the pennant -

doubles as the pitching coach off balance, allowing only one the fifth inning Clete Boyer hita in the dressing the Dodger dressing room, in a playoff with San Fran
for the American League cham- extra base hit and striking out homer-the first by a Yankee 'e Cardinals Manager Walter Alston said he cisco.

pions, put himself down for an :two while issuing only one walk. this season. t r41 F VEL 76.:

A grade after winning No. 200 I The record book, when revised The Minnesota Twins hit three .9_ ( three weeks More Than 150 Golfers'

Wednesday night by blankingMrs. will show Ford the 61st I homers-by Tony Oliva, Rich y. fr iaa is. F had anything I
r 5l my starts.
Rollins and Don Mincher-but

I AL Box ScoresNEW scored, the winning run on r -= to get by until Shoot in Texas Openeyes

a passed ball in a '7-6 triumphover 4F "t t : -

YORK CHICAGO WASHINGTON MINNESOTAab Washington. In the only look like the SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP-) of many Wednesday witha
ab r h b! ab r h bl r h b! abrhbi of 1963, using
Llnz ss 5010 H'shb'ger cf 4 0 1 0 ZImmer 2-3b 5120 Rollins 3b 4113 other AL game played, the Los More than 150 golfers, including four-under-par 66 that was
RIch'dson 2b 4 1 1 0 Buford 3b 4000 Brlnkman ss 41 1 0 Oliva rf 4111 Angeles Angels struck for two the first two
Marls rf 1010 Robinson rf 4 0 1 0 Hinton If 5111 Hall cf 3000 \ I many of the game's top names, tops in the pro-amateur.
Lopez rf 3000 Hansen ss 4010 Skowron lb 5131 Killebrew If 4 0 0 0 runs in the ninth and a 3-2 victory
Mantle cf 2010 Nicholson If 3 01 0 Lock rf cf 3100 Mlncher Ib 3111 third strike out over the Oak Hills
Tresh If 3000 Cun'ham Ib 4000 Hunt cf 2 1 0 e-Power lb 1000 over Detroit. \ pitch Country Club course today aftera However, nine others turned
xHoward e 3111 M'Nertney c 0000 bKing rf 2020 Battey c 4000 who
) was
Pepitone lb 3 0 DOWels 2b 3010 Leppert e 3011 Versa lies ss 3220 Two games were postponed by i\c- w. share of the $40,000 up for I in below par rounds, including
Boyer 3b 3111 Peters p 1000 bPhlllips 1000 Allen 2b 3110 rain-Boston at Baltimore and Boyer walked .
grabs in the 37th annual Texas defending champion Phil Rodgers
Ford p 4000 aMinoso 1010 Brumley c 0000 Kaat p 0000 I
Wilhelm p 0000 Kennedy 3b. 2000 Siebler p 0000 Cleveland at Kansas City. and Charley Open.So '
Mossl 0000 cBlas'me 1110 who sizzled over the same
p 2b 0 0 0 0 aGoryl .r a three run
Totals 3132 Totals 32 I 6 s Koplitz p 2000 Perry p 2011 Ford, who was the AL's win- course last 16 strokes bet-
a-Singled for Peters in 7th; x- Duckworth p 0 0 0 0 Oailey p 0000 ningest pitcher last with a .u, got the far, the tournament has year
Reached first on catcher's Interference dottier 0001 Fischer p 0000 year ter than par.Perhaps .
in 7th. Bridges 0000 Pleis 0000 locked in duel failed to yield a favorite.
New York ................. 000 eil 11..3 p fBanks p 1000 24-7 record, was a
Chicago .................000000 000-0 Arrigo p 0000 with White Sox starter Gary 16 8 0 w p the second The rolling 6,715-yard 70 one reason most feel]
E-Hansen 5. Llnz, McNertney. PO-ANew Totals 34 < II S Totals 3375k par the tournament
York 27.21. Chicago 27.13. DP a-Singled for Siebler in 2nd; b Peters until Boyer hit his bases- layout offers sub-par rounds for which ends
Hansen. Weis and Cunningham 2, PepI- Popped out for Leppert In 8th; c-Walked empty homer in the fifth. ( ) was visibly Sunday, is anybody's title is the
tone. Llnz and Pepltone Wels Hansen for Kennedy In 8th; d-Hit sacrifice fly consistent shooters, but has its
and Cunningham. LOB-New York S. for Duckworth in 8th; e-Grounded out that wild trouble A host of the fact that several of the biggest
Chicago 7.26Hasen.. for Mincher In 8th; -Struck out for Pleis spots. pros
HR-Boyer. SB-Richard- In 8th. I Dr. I.C. Mid- proved during practice rounds names have skipped it.
son. S-Peters. Washington 400 000 020-4 GHS Ties for Second team
IP H R ER 88 SO Minnesota 130 002 01 x-7E physi- and the pro-amateur tourna- Arnold Palmer Jack Nick-
...... ft't
Ford W. 9 6 0 1 2 -Oliva. Kennedy. PO-A Washing.ton Koufax's in
... ment Wednesday they could laus, Gary and Julius
Peters L. M .7 4 2 1 4 6 24-8; Minnesota 27.10. DP Allen. Player
Wilhelm ........ 1.' 0 1 1 2 0 inflammation
Mossl .......... 12320000 Versalles Ingon 8 Minnesota Mincher (2)5. LOB Wash- whip course.Billy Boros are absent. Mike Sou-
WP Peters. PB McNertney. U- 2B Zimmer. Skowron. 38 Ver tear in the Maxwell, who hasn't chak, who won the Houston
Flaherty Carrlgan Hurley Mailer. T- salles. HR Oliva. Rollins. Mincher. In Ribault
won a tournament since the Classic
2:36. A29703. Skowron. SB-Hinton, Versalles.. SF-Cot- Sunday, also did not
tier..- I on the in- 1962 Dallas Open, caught the enter.
Ed Suereth Koplltz ......... 51-36 6 6 2 0 ,
Duckworth ...... 1 2.3 1 0 0 0 2 JACKSONVILLE Gaines-! off with individual laurels. He Tom's !
Bridges U 0.1 ....1 1 1 0 1 1 CLIP AND SAVE
Kaal .............. 23 3 4 3 2 0 ville High School tied tor second totaled 13th points by finishing Jones
Tops League Siebler .......... 1131 0 0 1 0
xPerry ..........5 3 1 1 1 3 place in the Ribault Invi- third in the high hurdles, second Greene in I $Q95
yDailey ..........o 1 1 1 1 0 I in the lows, and winning the SPECIAL
With 599 SetEd Fischer .......... 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 tational track meet last nightas equaling
Pie Is. W, 2-0 ...... 2.3 0 0 0 1 0 Forrest won with 91 points.; high jump at 510. He also ran state this (
Roland .......... 1 2..0 0 0 0
x Faced one man in 8th; 6-Facet GHS and Lee of Jacksonville on GHS' winning sprint medley ier by ) w (OFFER GOOD ONLY WITH THIS AD>
Suereth of S & C Tile and 2 men in 8th.I I relay team.
each had 53 points. lash finish.
I PB Battey Brumley. U Salerno, Get Your Car For
Terrazzo topped the Night Owl 'Valentine.. McKinley Soar. T-2:48. A14,885. I Trailing the top three schools Hurdler Marcus Jones was 'a lows was Ready Spring

League at Palm Lanes last loser in a close race in the high meet. : "
DETROIT LOS ANGELESab came Ribault, 24; Starke, 19; Bum
night with 599 series. His to
a :
r h bi abrhbi>> Jackson and Terry Parker, 15 hurdles but won the lows. He Terry Shell 10W30 per
231178190. John Wert 3b 5030 Pearson cf 4110
games were also had a :19.7 clocking in the
Lumpe 2b 4011 Moran 3b 3000 each. a new pole l Lubrication Bumper
Barnes, Manor Motel, had 581 Cash lb 5110 Fregosl ss 4111 preliminaries of the lows. of'13

and Jack Harris, S & C Tile, Kallne Demeter rf cf 3020 4011 Adcock cDees lb 3000 0000 Kirk Sutton of GHS walked Merrill Moore ace 'Cane miler effort I nspectionllI

hit 572.Suereth's. Horton If 4000 Rodgers c 4010 did not compete in yester- Other Radiator Anti-Rust Added
M'Auliffe ss 4 0 1 0 Thomas rf 3 0 1 1 I
231 was best single Roarke c 4020 Knoop 2b 3110 ,day's meet. a second Adjustment
while S & C Tile totaled bBrown 0100 Plersall If 1010 Frances Mason I II
game Sullivan c 0 0 a 0 Belmsky p 2000 : Wins Shot Gardner, a I
2039 on 10291005995. Alachua Aguirre p 4000 aTorrej j 0 0 0Wkk'sham I Tom Gardner of Starke von' Gene Pass
p 0 0 0 0 Fowler 0000
General Hospital had a 1055 sprintp 0000 I V s. Lou Bell the shot put with a heave of 54 medley
Totals 37 211 2 Totals 2f 3 < 2
high game. A. J. Green, Cen- a-Struck out for Belinsky in 8th; bRan -I feet, a new high for' him. It relay, third (BILLY GOUGE, Manager)

tral Florida Office Supply, cock for in 9th.Roarke In 9th; c-Ran for Ad Frances Mason and Lou Bell broke> the meet mark of 51 feet Lawson 318 NW 13th

made the 6.7 split. Detroit _.................. 000 000 011-2 6 inches set by Sam Gardner, Hal
Los Angeles ...._........ 001 000 002-3 were to play today for the 9-
Elma Newman First Feder. -
E-None. PO-A Detroit 2M (two out hole championship at the Golf
al, hit a 564 series on 202-162 when winning run scored) Los Angeles
275. DP-Lumpe and Cash; Adcock un and Country Club. .
200 to lead the University City assisted. LOB-Detroit 10. Los Angeles 4.
2B-Wert. Fregosl. 3B-Cash. S L.
Women's League last night Thomas. Moran. Frances Head and Betty Chevrolet

Phyllis Wright, Busch Bavarian, IPRER BB SO Clardy are to meet in the con-
Aguirre ........ t 1.' 4 2 2 1 4
had a 527; Bette Sprow, Co- Wlck'sham L. 1-1 1.3 2 1 1 1 0 solation flight match.Today's .
Belinsky......,.8 8 1 1 5
ca-Cola. 523; Pat Dees, Gold Fowler ..... 23 2 1 1 0 2 makes roads the they're printed onThere's
Coast Restaurant, 511; Joan Spring W, 1.0 .... 1.3 1 0 0 0 0 play winds up the maps
WP-Belinsky. U DIMuro, Paparella,
the club.
Block. Walt's Servicenter, .507; UmooV Drummond. T-2:33. A-5,682- three-day tourney
and Shirley Hester, Busch 502. .. Run your finger over a road map a lot of other Jet-smooth luxury, too.

Dees had 'a 207 single place to go.That's Wide seats with foam-cushioning front and rear.

game best. First Federal roll- a preview of how it Luxurious wall-to-wall deep-twist carpeting (this

ed 1001-914-1055-2970 while Bud- T Jet-smooth Chevrolet Impala. year it comes with even the lowest priced Biscaynes). .

weiser's 1089 was best single of ; x. We've put what we think is A choice of.seven great engines,all precision-balanced

the year in the league. system in its class under this IRA VEL for smoother running, with four smooth-shifting

Mrs. Sprow made the 5-7 former. A big husky coil spring transmissions to match. Everything that makes

split, Betty Olson, Old Milwau- scsuPrxsaa eiaar. double-action shock absorbers to Chevrolet the great highway performer it is.

kee, 5-7; and Edna Hargrove, ... nuexM Over 700 sound deadeners So get out those road maps. And wherever your

Old Milwaukee, 5-10. ... and that spacious Body by trip might take you, get off to a good start-during

Lincoln '9' from. road and wind. -'> PERFORMERS Trade 'N' Travel Time at your Chevrolet dealer's.

-..-.--.---..- _f II.,0. Cherrolet-.........___Impala Convertible_
Takes Win

OCALA Lincoln pushedover

10 runs in the last two in-

nings and went on to defeat 1s sifi" n i ,

Howard 12-6 in a baseball game

here yesterday.T. \
Edwards and ,Bradley led (

the 13-hit Terrier 'attack with

four safeties each. Lincoln

trailed 5-2 going into the sixth I

when it scored four runs to take, gF'

a 6-5 lead. The Terriers iced i

the fray with six more runs in
the seventh. I

Lincoln now has a 5-3 record

for the season.
Lincoln ab. r" Howard ab r h ,
Lewis rf S 4 2 Coleman. 2b 31 0' ,
C. Ed'wds, cf 5 1) Brooks. cf 411 i
T. Ed'wds. Ib S 21 Tomlln 3b .1 2
Bradley. 2b S 0 4 Sers. M 410
Brooks ss 300 Reeves, Ib 410 I
Roberts. 3b 600 Vernon rf 410 ,
Davis. It 200 Chese If 3 01 .. : Iy
Holmes. If 210 Irving, c 301
Fox p 110 Bradley, p 400BorkUt
0 201 htals. M* S'' 4
Benson. ss 110

Totals Faulkner.....c 4)421 I111 ?
Lincoln ............ 119004
Howard ... ... S 0 0 0 0 0 1 t

Toby Rutleage '' \ \ 4ff j I IEz'

Leads League 4" S l

With 532 Set '< "T i.

Toby Rutledge of Bank of

Newberry led the Triple Tumblers -I -
: .
Palm Lanes -'-. : '
League at : ,; : ; ,
with a 532' series on games of!{ Afoot, aloft, afloat. you go coollyin -
234-128-170. Her 234 was top HS&M TROPICAL SUITS. Our f +j a

single effort. I heat whether ; a :
HS&M tropicals beat the you're jet = ti
Lee Green, Ace Electric, had,I
to coast or getting from home to
485 and Shirley Padusnak, Chan! ting from coast

dler's, had 481.t I office. Take your choice of whisper-light worsteds ja -

B'ank of Newberry posted a and wiltless blends. Even the colors are lighter
'' .
1373 series and Chandler's had'a HS&M tropical suits
'this summer. Cool and crisp. ,
492 Barbara MeCalum. -\ :
high game.
Cotton's Min-A-Mart i stay that way through the muggiest days. HSiM .

made the 54-10 split, Glenda : tailoring sees to that The look you buy is the look

Buzby S & S Cleaners, 6-7-9.i you keep. Come in now, ahead of thf heat and wa

Shop. 3-7; and Patsy Martin, choose your cool, cool tropical: By

S. E. Sapp Real Estate, 3710.!
Hart Schaffner & Marx.

Hockey VIRACIE SUITS $85 rawr.atw aosrr
---...-WI 4: .1",,b6v.,r.Ii. .
Titans beat Generals 2-0 and

from Bombers %-1 '
Royals won
in hockey matches at the Boys' S v&iman1J "

Allan Lowe made both goals

for Titans while Rusty Witt and:' 225 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. .. \

Dennis Underwood tallied for I 1515 N. MAIN ST. Gainesville PHONE 376.7581
for Free Parking on Huge 1 st Fed. Bank Lot
Royals. Steve Raper scored For'Correct Time Dial FR 2-1411. .,



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<&ttduesudle If Rains Don't Bring Them !l Council morning will in the meet county Saturday agent's
Gilclirist County k office from 9:30 to 10:30 A re-
r view of our 1964 County 4-H

FARM \ Try Seeding Spring FlowersBy Agent's CornerBy !(!!Rally Events Day Day, and District other-VI business 4H

II' I will be discussed. All 4-H offic-
!ers and leaders are urged to attend -
& GARDEN HERVEY SHARPE I fuses the loan of her electric ap- or feather type, will give a bril- JIM YELVINGTON .
Agricultural Extension Service pliance, then use the patio grill. liant show of color during the Agricultural Extension Service I
the hot months ahead. Color wise I II 1 i!
Chemicals obtained at
April showers may make May garden I Named
you can choose fiery red or -- to
flowers. be
don't push your supply center can usedto
luck with this spontaneous generation -I sterilize soil, if heating a pan
For tall, lanky background Several people have called our I TB Ass'n ChairAt
4-HersGet theory. It may be all mestic issue. Florida families are being
ReadyFor wet. flowers, try the four foot cos- recently and requested in-
The big reason for sterilizing mos. They make good cut flow- formation concerning controlof urged to participate in "Spring! School
Rather than trust rain alone, seedbed soil is to prevent damp ers and produce pink, white, millepedes, and so I wish to CleanUp Week" (April 19-25).1) 1

Season try planting flower seeds. ing off, according to Dr. J. N. crimson and rose colored blos- give some information concern- Governor Farris Bryant has j
Camp; Prompt action now will put Joiner, Agricultural Experiment soms. ing this pest.Millepedes. issued a proclamation ask i ng been Dr. Edward W. Swenson has
appointed to the facultyof
fresh blossoms in the garden by Station horticulturist. Dampingoff or "thousand'Floridians both
If you like to garden in the urban and the University of Florida College -
By ALMA WARREN comes to camp, he'll be a swi- the time the gay colors of spring causes young plants to rot at shade during the hot days, plant legged worms," are not consid- rural to join the Florida of Medicine to occupy the

Agricultural Extension Service mer when he leaves. begin to fade. the soil level. sultanas. also known as impat- ered threats to grass or other Farm Safety Committee's cam- Christmas Seal Associations'Chair

Florida's five 4-H Club I Campers learn' junior leadership For thriftier plants that produce I If you prefer to plant a flower len t s. .I I I plants, but they came become paign to prevent accidents and in Pulmonary Diseases.
camps nuisances when and
by talking at assembliesand larger blossoms, germinatethe seedbed outside, prepare a Other annuals to plant now in- numerous remove unsafe conditions that The Chair in Pulmonary Dis-
-Cherry Lake, Timpochee, Mc- vespers and by helping seeds in flats. of sterilizedsoil. 'small area in one corner of or scarlet sage, wishbone flow,!when they crawl into houses, ga- endanger life, property and eases was established througha
Quarrie, Cloverleaf and recreation Doe I teach classes. They are given re- the garden in a well protected ers, rose moss zinnias, four-o-.[rages; etc. In such instances, health. grant from the Florida Tuber-
Lake will provide I sponsibility and taught to shoul- spot. This is a good idea, be- clock, petunia, monoflower and some type of chemical controlis culosis and Health Association.
for more than 6,500 young people tasks. It !is easy to cook the soil in indicated. BHC and lindane Ray Pettis, safety leader with
der it through camp cause seedlings will have a better periwinkle. Financial support of this faculty
this the heat full have been used against the Florida Agricultural
year. oven. Merely a pan sprays Exten-
The majority of chance to survive attacks
great camJrers by When transplanting annualsbe position will be shared with the
There will be three kinds of, for one hour at 250 degrees. Be millepedes >with good results, sion Service, reports that well
are away from home for birds, scratching sessions by sure to feed them a liquid University of Florida Collegeof
camps this year: county camps,! the first time in their lives. sure the soil is moist when you dogs and cats trampling by diet. University of Florida but in the case of a heavy infes- over 27,000 people lost their Medicine and the National
place it in the oven as steam spe- tation, two or three sprays, in home accidents
for the first' lives last
teenage camps Camp may be their first exper- roving bands of young cops-n- cialists say settle the roots of Tuberc u 1 o s i s Association
killer of soil dis- 2-
heat is at
time all over the state and special -ience in living with a large a sure robbers. the newly set plants with a spaced approximately year 12,700 were killed in through its medical section, the
interest The latter eases. week intervals, are required to falls, 6,300 died from fires and American Thoracic .
camps. I when Society.Dr.
they quickly of rich
pint fertilizer water.
group -
If the czar of the kitchen re- Prior to planting, work the substantially reduce the mille- burns, and 3,500 succumbed to
will include the Junior Citrus
learn respect for themselvesand Add two tablespoons of an 8-8-8 Swenson is a native of
soil until it is loose and friable
Institute, an electric clinic and others. fertilizer per gallon of water for pede population. various types of suffocation. I Omaha, Nebraska, and a grad
a conservation camp.A 4-H Club members have an LIVESTOCK add a sprinkling surface garden and fer- plants set in sandy soil and a Limited reserch in Kentuckyand Poisons, poisonous gases and 1 uate of the University of Minnesota
the then
tilizer to
typical day at camp in- opportunity to plan their campsas mix the plant food into the top'our like amount of low nitrogen and Florida have also shown firearms claimed an additional- : and the University of Ne-
cludes n at u restudy, native' they meet each year in pre- inches of the soil. Water high potash fertilizer for plantsset diazinon, heptachlor and aldrinto al 4,700 victims.To braska Medical School. He

crafts, swimming, hikes a long'' camp planning sessions. They MARKETLight the area well, rake it smooth in muck or peat soils. give good results, with diazi- reduce the chance of ,accidents :comes to his new post from the
nature trails, plant identification -: often select camp themes. Out- and then sow the seed in shal- Here is a tip on how to makea non giving quicket kill. Diazi- Pettis recommends position of chief of the Cardiopulmonary -
raised flower bed around the non sprayed on and near foun- a Laboratory at the
and nature lore, includingthe er space perennially popularas low trenches that are about
cattle and hog sales through clean of home and I;
dations of buildings, on porches, up Coral Gables VA Hospital and
of tree without possible
cabins a
study of birds. There are a Camp mess twice the diameter of the seed
this week at the Trash should be eliminated
reported .
were yard.
assistant medicineat
etc. at concentrationof professor
in hall and auditorium damage to the tree. patios, a
classes personal development, are given in
Gainesville Livestock Market. ; stove, heaters and furnaces the of Miami
manners, grooming, personal the names of planets.A Construct an inner .and an 0.5 per cent (which is consid- University
There are a score or more outer wall to contain erably higher than recommended should be cleaned; all electri- :School of Medicine.
values, citizenship and physical 4-H member has the benefit The Federal State Market masonry
fitness. 'of low camp rates six days News Service reported a steady annuals that can be seeded now. the bed. Build the inner wall on plants) is suggested. Four cal circuits need to be inspected (Advertisement: )

Swimming is the most popular for $6.50. Who is eligible to at- market on slaughter steers and One is the ageratum. Varietiesof close to the circumference of tablespoonful of 25 per cent ; and flammable liquids, pes- If you are looking for a nice,

aspect of camp life. Records tend a 4-H camp? Generally heifers, with cows steady to 50 this low growing border plant the tree, allowing ample space emulsifiable liquid per gallonof ticides and medicines should be ''healthy pet for your little
show that some 2,000 youngstersthat speaking, a 4-H Club member cents lower. produce blue, lavender pink, for tree growth. The distance water will provide a 0.5 per checked for safe storage. "Mary" check "Pets" in to

were given swimming who completes one project and Butcher grades of hogs were golden yellow and creamy white between walls and the heightof cent spray. '4-H NEWS day's Classified. There are a
blossoms. the walls ,depends on tho Be sure to follow label instruc- I number of cute kittens and pup
instruction, learned to swim and submits a record is eligible. about steady. Good feeder pigs
passed swimming tests in 4-H Immediately before and after were strong, selling for up to Celosia, either the cockscomb size of the bed you desire. tions when using any pesticide. The Gilchrist County 4-H1]py's who want a home.

camps last summer. The young the 4-H camping season, June $20. National reports say hog
folks say that a knowledge of through August, the camps are prices should start advancingsoon
swimming and water safety is open for adult institutes for and should be $3 $4 higher -

important to them. If a 4Heris beekeepers, cattlemen, poultry by the end of summer.At .
a non swimmer when he: men and citrus growers. Monday's cattle sale at the

local market, 672 head were

sold. At Tuesday's hog sale, 354

head were sold, compared to
iiIiia Alacliua County 358 the week before. .

Cattle prices Monday:
Steers and heifers -Good, ;_ y

Agent's Corner $1920.75; standard, $16.50-19; .- -
utility, $15-18; stockers, $13-20.
kt Cows Utility, 1416.75; .% :
'x cutters, ,$12 15.75; stockers,
Agricultural Extension Service
I $11.50-19.
- '-V--- '" -- Calves Good, $2024.50;
The Alachua County 4-H state ((15-0-14)). Usually 50 to 100 standard, $18 20.50; utility,

champion land judging team pounds per acre of this material $15-18; stockers, 142725.

leaves Saturday morning for will replace leaching losses. Bulls Commercial, $18.2520 -

Oklahoma City, Ola., to repre. Use of this material after the ; utility, $15.25-18; cutters,
sent Florida in the international fourth week could cause tobacco 1315.

land judging contest. Team to rank.. Hog prices Tuesday:

members are Reggie Brown, If rainfall plus irrigation wa- No. 1's 180-200()( and 205-250,

Orange Heights, Ronnie Pren- ter exceeds 1.4 inches during $14.45; No. 2's, $13.80; No. 3's,
tice, Alachua, Steve Platt and a seven-day period of the fifth $12.80; No. 4's, $11; No. 5's, 7f
Harold Trujillo from Gaines- through the eighth week after $10; No. 1 ro's, $2:90: ; by ro's, yx

ville.We transplanting, replace pIa nt $12; No. 1 h'ls, $13; feeders,
have had calls food lost from with
numerous leaching 8024. up to $20.Story.
during the past few days from Usually 100 to 250 poundsper : ; 7/

tobacco producers. Most of acre will replace losses occurring Hour M w, #"t1 if n
these calls were the result of' during this period from :::!! ./ C'i

some cold injury and plants leaching. ,
dying from the effects of blue: These materials may be ap- Tales ListedStory ;:; ,
mold carried to the field from plied on top of the soil without Orn ::: : ,

the seedbed. Generally, the cutivation. The amount of ferti- Time for children from ( 'S'X&INr.dAf" GLE'C. MOTOR OIL"4 ," '
dry weather we are now experiencing : lizer to apply in either of the 3 to 7 will be held at the Gaines- }, j,' m "
lessens the dangers of above cases should be deter ville Public Library on Friday :
blue mold. Burning of the beds mined by the amount of rainfall afternoon from 3:15: to 4 o'clock. ATS (jIJR1ifAJOR; COMPETITORS IN ;'

and young tender leaves by all- and the amount of fertilizer applied Mrs. Marte Hill, a member of .
purpose tobacco dust has caus- in the base application. the library staff, will tell the : :; s: '.

ed some probems.) Sometimesthe Tobacco will often have a following stories: "The Happy ; ,T-O' U..G.R..EN.- .G'- 'IN.EII.P.ER.FORM'ANCE TEsm.! ::r .

growers apply too much'yellow cast following a heavy Cure," "The Foolish Dragon," ," .
dust which causes dying back' rain, due to leaching of nitrate "The Pine Tree," and "Wee I .' j't:41': ,

of the buds and narrowing of nitrogen from the root zone. Gillis." ." t. : : '

the leaves. I Within a few days, however, it On Saturday morning from .. ::: .:......: ; ; ;
Last week a few of our grow I will turn green again as the 10:30 to 11:30 there will be I' ',, .-,, .Y>.4, ,
ers were fortunate in receivinga amonia nitrogen is convertedto Story Hour at the library for '

little rain. Mr. C. C. Curls of the nitrate form. Keep this children from 7 to 11. Membersof

Forest Grove said he received' in mind if you are considering the Sigma Anchor Club of the If ,4 1
about 1 inches. However, most' adding supplemental fertilizers. Gainesville High School will tell *;

of the area did not get enough I Another important item, ac- Scotch folktales.Sabbath. / : t
to settle the dust. I know this\cording to Shelby Brothers, Ex- { ".: + ;> ; I

Is being too optimistic, but let':tension tobacco specialist, is Services I '.' ,,
discuss he effects of rain on the fact that considerable plant F ; I II Im

the tobacco fertilizer. food is stored within the plant ,
Losses of nitrogen and potash and is used to help the plant Slated FridaySabbath

from leaching rains or excessive reach maturity in the event the
irrigation may occur dur- plant food in the soil becomes services at Congre-
ing the growing season. If rain- .depleted. If too much I gation B'Nai Israel will be held
Friday night at 8 o'clock at the
fall plus irrigation water ex- plant food is applied late in
synagogue at SW 2nd PI. and
ceeds one inch during a seven- the growing season, the stored
I SW 2nd Ter. .. ..
,. IpIIr
of : :::: :
day period the first four
nutrients, plus the added plant The Religious School will re- ,
weeks after transplanting, re- food, will cause rank tobacco '
I sume Sunday at 9:45 a.m., :
place plant food lost from leach- hard to cure and not desirableby Hebrew School will start againon
ing with nitrate of soda potash the tobacco dompanies. Monday. f

.mm ti Ifpri'L '

UF Forestry School Gets ii k ;"; ::k ;c <. :, : ':

Report of Industry- BoardA ti ; WORLDS FIN4P ,

committee of 35 top forestry prepared students to meet the ters' recommendations. They I T0R
experts have made recommen- demands of the forestry indus- suggested that provisions be :; /f
dations to the .:.
University Florida's :
made for forestry students to
School of Forestry which, try.The obtain instruction on the plan- I -

Gray according, provide to Director the basis John for developing L.-'' the more group emphasis recommended be placed that in land ning for and outdoor managing recreation.of forest Dr. II,;r"t"\. <. ,: /

undergraduate college
of the strongest program -
one ,: .
Gray explained that it !is felt .' .-.-
on general education -
professional schools .
forestry in
communications and the that a student trained. in this I : ;; i/----::::: :
the nation. basic -, -- : :; : ; l' I
The recommendations physical and biological sci- area would be valuable agenj j -.. ----' -::::::":':..-.;. ,.
result cies g -'' : --::::;: i'In
ed from a two-day evaluation ences, and less emphasis on applied concerned as well with as land outdoor owning recreation t' Announcing; all-new::Gulfpride-SIpg -G. the most critical test-engine cleanliness :'-;
conference here last week .of forestry training. organizations growing timber.i I Gulf formulated,- this..new motor-- oil to assurectimFlete .. -Gulf even doubled! th lit urtning time./. .
the School of They also recommended de- :
Florestry's college The evaluation committee had aU.roundprotection for your engine New Gulfpride Sii gle-G showed the
training veloping graduate level high*
by training
program forestry '
leaders from industry, public in tropical forestry, particularly information been reviewing furnished material them and j \*- -- -. -old or new" -in-all 1(driving conditions.To est engine-cl anfiles rating of all, mcludj'
agencies and forestry schoolsat as it applies to Latin the School of Forestry faculty i, prove its superiority, new Gulfpride Gu1fJx. jog higher. Priced-.motor,! oils. --' -f i:

Yale, Duke, Michigan, Iowa America. "Because of Florida's for over a month. The two-day \j _--- Single-G was tested _against. the best;.oils Give yourcar"OIdor-' new:-a new higf in]I
State North Carolina State and proximity to Central and
South '
the climax! of four
conference was j ,_major competitors. A ngorousjest! protection throw
new high
the Virginia Polytechnic Insti- America and the influx of students ,I '" in enginer ;
of effort .
the evaluation -
series .
from Latin prescribed by the autoroobilelndustry cteanJin s. ,
America GhangMow to
tute.Dr. at Dr. Gray said that the oh-f \ : new Guifprkteoe.G ;
Gray said that calling in the University of Florida, it is jectives of having the professional j.- for motor oil performance under severe -Si !| >Avaflable'at! 'tl- 'Bjgn of the Gut*- :- :
members of the profession' to felt that development of a tropi- ; evaluate the current was' -: ;: ,:. '<. (? : :
evaluate the instruction pro cal agriculture program would educational group program are t: ?t.. .j '- --' .: '.- : -- f ,a; Dec- Gulf Oil_ Corporation. l.ff.r _

grams of the University in, for be highly desirable," Dr. Gray ;to establish a sound professional : ;::-:-- :/:i:<:;.,-_ .: : : :. ;.Ij if _-
estry is not only unusual, but is pointed outRecreation ::? :::; .dt J1! Yr .
to have program to meet the needsof XGr2J' .; '-- :"_ '_. :;,_:;._ < -.. 'L" .................
expected highly significant
; also held a major ; our rapidly expanding -econ-
results in turning out well :spot in the professional fores- omy.


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.. ,,.Thursday, April 23, 1964 Gainesville Sun 17

rAccu es C timer -of Dividing GOP leaders co-chairman the former in Florida state, Basil chairman, Including LaVergne'and'!

and Thelma Fisher, are on the i'1., \ S :
Rep. William Crajner, Republican mitt woman from I A 1 achua when he and State.Rep. Charles ing not only the state and county -official state delegation headed, r .-:.4-. ., !""t.,i..:'.

U. S. Congre* an fromSt. Co ', said the ppearance Holley .were overwtelmingly GOP officials, but also the by Ambassador William, Paw-!

Petersburg, t day was here esday of J ck Inca, defeated in their effort to capture original leaders of the Draft ley, of MiamL"I j Paid Advertising "-- "?{ ,
charged with "sen ing cohorts Cr is administr ive assistant I
the state committee for Goldwater Committee in Flori-I
into Alachua Count in a clear as the second rote in two
their own selfish gains, said da" I
attempt to disrupt knd divide
year the Pinellas unty congres -
Florida Republicans Mrs, Butterworth.She She said Cramer's tactics, efforts CARE
? by the an has attem ted to "disruPt ; ,
county's GOP state \icornnitee- the county G P organization. said Cramer was asked on behalf of Senator Gold-: UCB
woman. not to accompany Sen. Bar-I water's candidacy for the GOP i! WITH LET HELP

Mrs. Jayne Butterworth, comHatch failed two years ago ry Goldwater's sons here on a1 nomination for president, are i
recently-scheduled appearance an "obvious attempt to ride the i| CAR CAREGive
I ---I which was subsequently cancel-, Senator's coattails to s tat e- I
Eggs ? .KEEP
InSpac< led. "But Cramer finally wang-,wide power in the party, despite ; Your Car A THIS

CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. AP) Thl chicken e ryo has been led a surreptitious invitation for the express views of the"i Physical ExaminationGASWELL
Scientists Insco to Tuesday before !elected party officials at the I
are studying the is appear
stud and there
possibility or rocketing a cou-, the local Womens' Republican -State Committee meeting in! ,
littl that is no known about Gainesville in June, 1962."
ple dozen eggs into orbit t> determine -! Club. I J 114 N.W. 13th St. FR 2-1489
whether chicken its ehavior 0 earth. The She said the "true Goldwater'
will develop norma ly embryos in em .0 has a 1-day develop- Mrs. Butterworth said Insco's WITHIN REACH !

space weightlessness.The me period, 11-suited to the remarks here "bear: additional
shot* duration/of space mis-i witness to the necessity for a
eggs, wired like a stitch-
board, might provide clius on siop. Gravity is known to have 'truth squad' to remind Cramer. Wanted Willing WorkersJOIN
prolonged space flight hey sone effect rn the embryo, ant!of his sordid'attempts to take
are particularly good for/ sh -
study for several reaso: at least on ca day in order fort!Party by attacking and vilify-, THE EVANS TEAM \' \
than to hatth. I I FOR BETTER SCHOOLSWe I "" \

4-LaneJob Hie mar i n problem to be NOTICE ore in high gear and need your active support! I' ( \.

TALLAHASSEE (AP// The solved is Aow to carry theeggs ; \ \ \

State four-laning Road would Department begin by said May Ue stres so /mat es of they acceleration will survive, retry TAXI CAB Work for HARRY EVANS \\.\,

1 on U.S. 19 from tte north e and landing without. PATRONSAll -k_ .
toll plaza of the Sunshine Skyway .I, am ing. 1 THE BETTER QUALIFIED CANDIDATE FOR SCHOOL SUPT. .
north to 54th Avenue south)I cars of the Gainesville Dia-
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St. Petersburg.The -
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U.S. 19 project in Pinellas, las segment Countyvj of)I r 'llImntSU\W Ia. : SUit-- I April 9th and 10th.O. Ph1S or I II I

will be handled y W. L. Cob tO)1ttClL'S; : P. WELLS

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:18 Gainesville Sun Thursday April 23, 1964

Tornadoes Follow Storms


In South Central Area y 1N PAYS ORF

-By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In other parts of the nation,
Stormy weather, with heavy I rain, snow and strong winds GET
rain, hail and strong winds buffeted were reported in western areas.
areas in the south central Snow fell from southern Idahoto
part of the nation today after a northern Nevada with depths
rash of tornadoes swept the re ranging from four to five inches. for
gion. More rain splashed areas in.1' MONEY
The Weather Bureau repor'tednearly the Pacific Northwest. the
a score of twisters struck I
Floods threatened areas northof o No Unnecessary Middleman
areas Wednesday in central and
Indianapolis as jivers and i j 0 Low Overhead O Modest Profits
eastern ,
Kansas 'Western Missouri streams fed by heavy rains in' 0 Use Your Central Charge Plan-or Cash & Carry
central Oklahoma, the last several days rose rapidly. 0 First Quality Merchandise and Courteous Service
and northeastern Texas. Two
Several dozen families fled ONE COAT
persons were reported ONE COAT
their homes in Ravenswood, a
injured after a twister ripped FLAT ACRYLIC LATEX HOUSE PAINT
suburb of Indianapolis.
through the tiny town of Pecan I FLAT,viivrrr W TO I YIAM
Gap, Tex., about 40 miles northeast FINISK UJI.uPlCTItNCY.
of Dallas.. ONE COAT COVtll teJiS SUMACHixcirr
.1 Property damage from the 1 .MOST suirxcaIXTHMfir MIU M gut MMINVTB woo -J -'
tornadoes was reported exten 1
sive. BUIAIU rlNllItVK JOa UU OM TreolbMTAL
Gets Promotion 1 1 1 / 1

TALLAHASSEE Southern States Prison Association .
elevated Paul J. Eu- i ",,.. ,,; '.P' .
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banks, superintendent of the '". '. 'f. '' ,
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Thursday AprII 23. 1964 GainesviUe Sun 19
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I j PHOENIX, Ariz. (APA) dummy human beings were to purpose is.to make air travel
four-engine DC7 airliner was to be recorded on 82 test channels. safer. .
roar down a Phoenix airstrip Main fuel tanks carry colored The fatality rate for scheduled
this morning in a take-off that water to allow a study of spray airlines is .23 per 100 million
never gets far. off the ,ground. patterns when. they. ripped passenger miles, Rothe said, 0
I C The big craft, guided by rail Jlp rt. I compared with 3.0 in 1940. Even :
and occupied only by 15 dum- Sponsor of the performance is so, he said the many more mil-
mies, was to reach a speed of:the Federal Aviation Agency lions of miles Jogged makes it
' 140 miles an hour before smash- which awarded the research)I necessary to reduce this rate. -- :.:t"
ing up into a pile of twisted contract to Aviation Safety Engineering -
I metaL I and Research,'a non-' Paid Advertising

Barring unfavorable weather,'profit Phoenix group. i tTORi9
Victor Rothe, head of thf
, the
i airliner was to be sacrificed ;
Phoenix research organization.
, in the hope of making futureair
crashes more survivuble.called the test "a simulated
'The simulated survivable accident" w h o s ei
crackup was to -
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take only about four seconds.
dI I t
' As it reached the projected e
i speed, barriers were to clip off
i \, the landing gear with the plane
"" skimming along about six feet
f off the ground.

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20 Gainesville Sun Thursday, April 23, 1964

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What's+ your problem For a !en.ral CARD,. f./0\ r_

1 a 4" Listen to Parents reply, write to Abby. Box 3365. E4J C C C }l c

p'.' u Beverly Hills. Calif.. 9021%. andiaclude

w a self-addressed.stamped en- !< ... _.-t tI. it

i velope. Abby answers all .ait.a isllt ... vNf..bay + .< ..lsse.a .
Abigail Van Bur l / -
a y en -.Rua -- : .-

DEAR 'ABBY: I am twelve years old. My bangs touch the ere He knew all this a month before \\'efere married, but he E MR -"KXJRESUPPOSEDTO IDOtfT TWO tOU E E KK tR AYED MEANWN1LfiBACXATIHE +1BY
end of my eyebrows and that's the way I like them. The kids kept it quiet until afterwards. I think my marriage was a mis AND (SET MARRIED1 SEE MOV/ HEDDA f4OPPER,F1ND A AWAY.rs. 1 CNST 7NEENK OF
at school like them that way too, but my Mom and Dad want take. We were married in the church. What can I do, short of 7 RIGHT THIS 1932. BABY PLAYED BY SOPWE At1YTHEENG BLri'THAT
them cut I think I should be able to have my hair the way I suicide? r NOW ; MOVIEGOMES
MUST 6E oN ,
like it at my age. What do you think? TWENTY-TWO AND MISERABLE f Ty
LORRAINE DEAR MISERABLE: Run-do not walk-to your ministerand Cur?

DEAR LORRAINE: Even more important than how you tell him your story. It could have a happy ending. Good 1 : r

wear your hair is obeying the wishes of jour parents. BUT, I luck. r
.wish more parents would worry less about how their children = h4.s

wore their hair (as long as it was/ lean and neat) and worried DEAR ABBY: I have a husband who hates to write letters.
more about what was UNDER the scalp. Even to his parents. He says he can never think of anything to
# say. His parents are the type who feel hurt if they don't hear

DEAR ABBY: The day after I was married my husband from Sonny at leas)); once a week. Well, they get that letter

told me that he had paid $500 to have a thorough investigationmade from "Sonny"-but guess who writes it? I do! But they don't .. .
of my background because he knew.. wasn't telling him know that because I use a typewriter and Sonny signs it. Don'tuse .cetsiae e.

"everything" I had done in my life before we met. He was my name or I'll be in trouble. '

right. I didn't lie. When he asked me, I told him I had made SONNY'S WIFE rr BUSTED UP SOME SHIFLESS SKONK -
some mistakes, but they didn't concern him. (I had no illegiti- iI-f PAWIvo-RE IN A BIOWED OUT 7H'IANTkRN HOW MUCH 1
mate children or previous marriages to hide.) We have been CONFIDENTIAL TO MICHAEL: No father really objects to HOME EARLY FREE-FER-Rli AN'GRABBED ALL .o Y r DID YE GIT?

married five months and a day has not gone by that he doesn't having his son follow in his footsteps if only the son would L* FROMTH'CARD SAME ?N STAKES b lAGNETIC ( ,
throw something of my past in my face. His greatest pleasureis wait until his father got out of them. >IIIIIIIji4 a

taunting me about this. I cannot stand the torture any long- from Sonny at least once a week. Well, they get that letter

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cutioners." Young Martin 10:00 O Say When

Rosetti is on trial for O News-Mike Wallace

murdering his wife, MartWaldo Norris
in's attorney has an in- 10:30 O CD News :::>
curable blood disease0 I Love Lucy Zco
< R and neither man wants to 11:00 O CD Concentration
live. O Price Is Right
: 11:30 O CD Missing Links -- -
<' O Nurses-Drama O Pete And Gladys r= V I WANT IT READY IN NO ASTRONOMERS OR
"The Human Transition"' 12:00 O CD First Impression THATS t SAID-WHAT .qg HOURS. UNDERSTAND.: ?; SCIENTISTS RAVE EVER
11:00 O News, Weather, Sports O Love Of Life NUMBER'>o STANDS NOW LONG? PARADISE ON THE

CD Local News (Color) 12:30 O CD Truth or DIET ITS TO W ire

THURSDAY EVENING "Night of the Beast. 11:25 O Movie Consequences i4 SMITH THE SFUP? j ILL 1r.e
5:00 Q Best of Groncho Jeanne Sawyer has taken "The Little Princess." A O Search For Tomorrow .J 'iW AT 1.1AST FAtrCT'IER F FeiYW

O Riverboat an overdose of narcotics, child whose father has 12:45 O Guiding Light < r
5:25 Q Greatest Headlines but the beach bum' who been reported killed in L.55 O CD News t at mi. o1Q r rtik

5:30 O Newscope brought her to Blair action haunts the hospi 1:00 O News n

5:55 D Local News, Sports, General refuses to give tals, believing him to be O Midday 42s 61 rJ
Weather Kildaire any information alive. Shirley Temple, CD Local News / w Uspunts?

6:00 O Sunshine Almanac -and then tries to run Richard Greene, Anita 1:05 CD Match Game U 11t\ lrH r
1:15 O Focus Interview
O News, Sports, him down with his car.Louise.
Weather O Children Growing 11:30 O CD (Color) Johnny 1:30 O Science
Carson O As the World Turns
6:15 O Channel Five News "Shifting Loyalties. Dr.
FRIDAY CD Ernie Ford
6:0 O News-Walter Cronkite Piers discusses changing 6:00 O SlimnasticsO 2:00 O CD Let's Make I 1v..7H15Y4"ON'TDO 8uT1vUDT) THIS 15 SHOCKING,AlBERtAQSOLUTELYSHOCKlNG.'BRINCj- ,
O Operation Alphabet friendship patterns the IP3t.5TAlYDLY.1PdlYca fiT ALL/1 WANT ONE OF l REQUEST A
best friend, and friends Sunrise Semester A Deal E TS I51GW YOU TOYlt YOUR PRIVATE R00MS, Jtf PRIVATE ROOi>l{, 5UME BOTTi.E5 OF cMMPAGNe.,
O CD News Huntley, 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac O Password 1CD1R7A31.>:. I HAVE ULPORTANT M.R. TRNOL1C.. AND ATELEPHONE/I/WJSTMAKE
Brinkley' of all ages. DI5Ctf55. NONE SOMELONGD r.cEcALLSi
t3U5DEt:55TO AND t5
6:30:: O World Civilization
2:25 O CD News
7:00 O Rifleman 9:00 O Perry Mason I INTCI D O05INQ ft TEH AYAtLAe.
"lariat." "The Case of the Waylaid O Pastor's Study 2:30 O CD Doctors MILLION DOLLAR NOW! ,
6:35 O Sunshine Almanac O House PEAL 1VNIGHLr !r !
D Arrest and Trial Wolf Playboy Loring t 1 I IL
"The Crimson Pirate." Lamont managed to trick 6:40 CD Living! Words 3:00: O CD Loretta Young J r
his dad's attractive secre- 6:45 CD Hi Neighbor O To Tell The Truth
O Buckskin Bob 6:50 O Farm and Home
into beach-house 3:25 O News-Edwards s
tary a N .3
O Movie meeting-and soon after 7:00 O CD Today 3:30 Q CD You Don't Say! :
"Dial M for Murder.
Lamont is found dead. O News, Weather O Edge of Night .
7:30 O Temple Houston 7:05 O Ranger Hal 4:00latch Game aMY
Folk Festival : 423
O r
O What's New 7:50 O News O Secret Storm-Serial
"The Adventure with the ':30 O D Hazel 8:00: O Captain Kangaroo CD Po pair's Pals 3 3x ,

Shark.." 0 Science Reporter 9:00 O Divorce Court News
8:00 O Film: Feature Canadian Medical and Science Lab0 Bachelor Father 4:0Do: Burns and Allen -- ------- -

Travel oratories. CD Romper Room O Super Car OH.WE U.iFItE FAMILY rM NOT HUNGRY ME. NOW.WHAT MADE } ',
2:15 O Chats On Writing 10:00 O D Kraft Suspense 9:30 O People Are Funny CD Movie EiNia'rs iT IT5VORTH TONKEHT-IHAP "S WE HAP MAMA FLARE UP "f
8:30 O O Dr. Kildare (Color) "Their Own Exe CD Jack LaLanne "The Fallen Sparrow." WHATA.JOB'rr ATRDUR O'CLOCK > AFTER

1-= THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker = icKEN fZFCIpE I t'e-TSPEUT.A11 Clf".)

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WASHINGTON Analysis of the political situation, written are dangerous. ANY TIME I GET BLUE 1 TWO MOKTH5.BIS/CDM'NG' W A 1JTTIE

after attending a Shakespeare film festival. CHORUS: Fear him not, Phoenix, for he is an honorable man. AS THE DEEDEE WEEKS NAS SORRY'mSFE..rM lA M.tvT, YOU 1 HATE KNOCKING 70 SEE 11 BALANCE TAKE ONE IM L00 OUR
CHORUS: Now is the winter of our discontent made glorious w ? TO TAU
i PHOENIX: A man may smile and smile and have 10 million W EFFICIENT AND AS 1< THEY WAY HONEY-AND DAYS ARE HERE h -= OVER WITH YOU.
April by this sun of Texas and all the polls that knit the raveled I POPULAR RKSLuV NAP1EOJ ,,YOU SLEPT THROUGH AGAIN
and A
liberal be. Methinks
yet a he would take money from mine
sleeve of fame do, certes, proclaim that noble Lyndon shall i\ MR.BACON'5ctASSYESTERDAY. / ,
year j purse. He fancies medicare too much and too much the U. N. i ir j r t
not this year be felled by Republican of woman born. Fancies which I fancy least, lest fancy should but fancy prove. O' ,
COZY f0 I I"I -b
And now instead of mounting stern alarums to fright the soulsof CHORUS: Farewell, brave Arizona. The stars in strange con i -

grim-visaged Goldwater; sweet Nelson; proud Lodge, the junction stand, graves yawn lions roar and seers say that this 'fri 'j \

noblest braham of them all;. the lean and hungry Scranton, and most evil clash upon the plain of California shall seal thy fate. caors A Q i :

twice-cursed Nixon, cheated of future by dissembling television, Peace! Break we off! Comes now the sleepless Texas fresh

he capers nimbly at the White House fence that coxcombs may from his revelry at dance floor and steering wheel. We shall '
clasp his outstretched hand and cry aloud, "This is a man!" behind this arras stand and with cunning ears absorb the bur ._.
den of our liege's mind. -
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Hark! Who comes in russet mantle clad? Forsooth, it is the j -

warlike Barry impetuous Earl of Phoenix, come to brood in I TEXAS: Bobby, or not Bobby. That is the question.. Whether '. THE RED TRIBAL BOSS ARRIVES R wouiD *?w \ wr Nrw rEASYTO THE YOUNG/ SCMP5'THE ATTENDANT
solitary despair this brooding battlement. Holla! Brave I'tis I better in the to suffer PUNCTURE MUST HAVS THEIR FROM THE HUT-TM N HURRIEDLY WH.s-I
upon spleen the japes and gall of doubt PAY CO BY *THEPOJ5ONIN3 w< "_ 7 OLD HER SWN 5U6H71Y I OWN COOP KASCNS PEitS TO MR5.YEEZ...
Phoenixl Stay and once again assail our ears with cause wh,1we I that victory sweet was owed to stripling jackanapes and bear A'OrJ MRS.YrE2 5Hc WAS TO pHA \ AND W5ECTTHS< FOR TH;'02DER J TH THFJ :r
by smiling Nelson should affrighted be. i'the fardels and contumely that power is.heir to, or with a bare REfr5E577EAT;: _F SEEN fCEWAEP GOING J ONLY POJSCNlMo.BY !.2.. PC1&ON-A5 VA5H WILL CATCH 1> AM'AMTHE REDS RALLYK
prick staunch Hubert ? ? &.TSHE WILL!
Let Yond! sweet Minnesota, for this dear r I PIE,ETHER WftY' CSAUMKDOS INTO THE U51N6 WEAPCNJNEA25 -
PHOENIX: me have men about me that are grim. 6T RiiSTHo NJr i AT... HUSBAND )
task and tell young Boston, "Shake not thy boyish locks at me!" 2S5CUS PARTYTHE / C.EAKIN .. CAjAJNfT MU.
WE Mkr eFT You ( C4, NORMAN.
I There comes a time in the affairs of men when kings must A'i a AWAY F % HERE i FaE'.YE ME. ,

r DIE PRIG LiT II say, God's will! I pray thee wish not one. Kennedy more! Why, VWTO47EP: NATIVf-FACNA. I, d' ,r k :1
Ins RARA ACE I I man, I do bestride the bu .ark White House like a colossus. 'JCWINfTTOe G r 9 n p & ( I
MOT O EL. 1 DED A F:=Al. Iti (srT
OATH E N D I. Hie me now to the clever McNamara there some warlike bud ra NUN6oR STRIKE ,' ; /f. II .
ACROSS SS.Chnxdi gets to slice, whereby to catch the admiration of the crowd. -THEM.. 7 .
1.Cams ti U C 4 E A R K E L P .1 : tj
sitting s5 .1
Farewell! ;
The White
thing's a House dim with which to catch SL :
4. Edible 49.Readily o N AIRED R 1 0 I theoter's i
fleeting whim. _
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11.7.figure Drove 31.ible Dine ETA M U S I C A L CHORUS: There is dark business afoot this dawn, and tis CD t sic

13.Away from 34.Cherry D A W E T N A 'unfinished still, for here, anon, from seamed beds stewed with
windward stone OIRhI1GtM1lG1L10lQI i rank ambition walk abroad a lordly brace of nobles, hoping
J4. Used lamedicine 35.Period [R o A noon I R A i most what most fear most to hope, lest hope too much revealed HOW A30UT TAT AIL wJ1 A4EA A .IE! NATO IUD
36.Roman B E r EDDY D A R make most men fear that hope is more than hope. Y!! ;.T B==ozE 'I Tb'5 PARM "i.r NeiER iUD o ANZi1 tP.S.
I AMP8ld : a'E 71415 Be ogn ASfia i7
15.Pompon enperorJ7. MK i
16.Caseurs .DlsSOUITION OF nsnftDArc rums! CAUFOR''IA-GOTHA.11: Methinks, good Nelson, thou hast 1 y SM 6ETT1Nvw TOMCR2CV7 ,r
17.Gender mounted been undone by thy cousin, Cabot. AyonE ZH a CrYo,1e
19.Owln8 39.Salt ofattricadd 4 5.;Arid 4.Crude ? .
metal BUSTEZ cY1C a WkEf u'0
20.Essay DOWNs 5.Sid PETROLEUM: Tush! That the polls bode ill tis true, but that
.Negligent 41.Wild plum 1.Inappro- off matters are for that matter settled firm betwixt my cousin and
23.abbr.Arrivals% 42.43.Cods Surgeonfish 2.priate Of the 6.TreemOOQ I myself, tis far from certain. I tell you in much confidence sweet d 2
24.Cap 1.Chapeau Richard, they like him not in the midcountry, that sceptr'd belt r FNo

?S.Rbtr plant 44.Ballad '.Friendfiaesj 8.Sldetcpptf of: corn. 1

1 e = t 10.loathe CALIFORNIA-GOTHAM: Nor like they thee, or so men say,
12.Ens.letter so much as me.PETROLEUM.
MF rt r; 1$.Sailing
vend : Alas, thou hast been twice too often to that 1 d
r ; !S 21.dtaf I well from which the empty-handed return not empty-handed,
22.Maa'i but burthened with the hatred of their comrades who fain would .
b iS 3 nickname
quench their thirst.CALIFORNIAGOTHAM '
/ 23.Hirer ONES UVEP M rr FOR X fWr BUT YOU W15T COME iF4
2.5.Baoquestj : Twice nicked is not slain, sweet ca a Holaer rye IccPr IT A5 A MONUMENT co rsr: I YOU ABOUT YOU* FATHi.
,, 26.Armpit Petroleum. Pray tell me what letters thou has bearing upon the You, tiSA TO DISLOYALTY.,Yt ug FAJWEKSf AND WHY HE DESERVEr +? .,.
27.Peudon mind of our irresolute Pennsylvania, dour Scranton. PJSLOyAUY TO MET ..A t TO DIE: ,r 1 ,, ,

rc n i id r 28.Sympathized : PETROLEUM: Why, good my twice-nicked fellow, nature I 1I .
with .has so blended in him the qualities of mystery, silence and I Irf 1H
o u IL 33 SO.Musical !enigmatic countenance that no man can. tell what passeth a h

compositions through his mind. ,Ir
32.Speak I They say that at his whelping stars paused in their course y- ,
s7 3a 33.COUod: and the dead walked unlocked from their graves foretelling i f.
I = poems deadlock that would uplift young Pennsylvania to pluck at a
56.Crumb crown. I fear him much. Hie us.now at cock's crow each our
3 -- -- S&Youfijr separate way ere evil eye detect us and give the game away. ii:
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sheep I CHORUS: Thus do I chorus to this history; the sundry plots .
40.Grant Lt--
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issued a permit for the parade I STABLE & DIGNIFIEDKeep
&/ and city police diverted traffic i
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aura "of peace and quiet appeared -!Wednesday afternoon. confidence by the Negro com- the St. Johns River that they marcher raised his right hand. crcr Market your Tax Assessor's

t to prevail today on the "We are not violent people," munity for what their leadersare should buy. nothing but food and One of the leaders explained"we eoJACKSONVILLE .. office operating in a stable
sometimes troubled racial scene doing-spot picketing and medicine. are saluting a bulwark of (AP) -The :ti : and dignified manner.
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Ii 1 and city president of the NAACP and restaurants which remain Except when they sang inte- prices to retailers: j I KEEP J. PIERCE
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CLOSING STREET JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA -',Department of ArCuitUrewill receive told goods and personal effects stored REGISTER TlllsOF NAME]The University af Florida will receivebids
; Ci91.eie1".1 'C .1 .1.j.1 1 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: IN PROBATE.IN :sealed bids at Room 503. Seagle Building by GalnesviMe Bonded Warehouse. Inc. Pursuant to Section '', for the general class of comrno6'
.% "j You will take notice that the Board of RE: Estate of II Gainesville. Fla. no later than 11 for the Account of W. C. RUDD and or Statues, notice is hereby given that lies as Indicated below. Interested bidders
County Commissioners of Alachua County GUY PAYTON Deceased.TO A.M. Wednesday. April 29. MM for -Will be sold at Auction to the high- the undersigned. University Inn doing may obtain forms. speCIfiCations
4 Florida, upon its own motion at ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS the application of granular Insecticideby est bidder from 749 N. W. 6th Street. At business under the firm name of Discount and other Information by contacting.;
2:30 P.M. on the 28th day of April HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS single engine aircraft. Applications 7 AJA. May S 1944 and each subsequent Liquors of Gainesville 1901 S.W. ,the Purchasing Division. Room 106. T.
Meetthe zaniest characters A.D.. 1964 or as soon thereafter as possible AGAINST SAID ESTATE: to start about May 1st at approximately week day until sale is completed. Pay- 13th Street Gainesville Alachua County getS Halt Univeraty of Florida. Gaines
; at the County Courthouse in You and each of you are hereby notIfied 54 localities In f- counties of north- ment to be made In cash. certif e d Florida. intends to register said fictitious ville. Florida.
Gainesville Alachua County Florida and required to present any claims west Florida covering approximately check. Proceeds of sale will apply to- name under the provisions of 64-Meat and Staples bids open every
bed! will consider and determine whether and demands which you or either of 48.539 acres (plus or minus 50 per wards liens held by Gainesville Bond' the aforesaid Statute Tuesday 10:0064Hospital
*** ever gathered under one $ or not the County will vacate. abandon you. may have against the estate of cent). Interested contractors may request ed Warehouse and-or Aero Mayflower Dated at Gainesville. Florida, this let Supplies bids open every
: discontinue and close that portion of GUY PAYTON deceased. late of said a copy of the detailed contract Transit Co. Merchandise to be sold con day of April. A. D., 1964. Monday 3:00
... the following street situate in Alachua County. to the County Judge of Alachua from the Gainesville office." sists of the following described articles: Owners: u.-.s 1 Electron Microscope 10:30 May
.. County. Florida and particularly described County. Florida. at his office in the (3256) 4:1522 1. White China Cabinet Nathan Pozin. Jean Posits Sol 4, 1964
6 "-'.. as follows: court house of said County at Gainesville 2. Coffee Table Pozin, Mildred Pozin 64-46 Lamps and Wiring DevlCU
That portion of the old Archer Road Florida. within six calendar 3. (2) Childs chairs (3211) 4:2. 9. 16. 23 10:30 April 30. 1964u..47
H5.4v 1t; ...... .. : ,.. V Road 5-23). of State of this notice. Each claim or CALL FOR BIDS 5.
Wi' East and South Baby Buggy (Blue) IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY 10:30 May 5. 1964 .
K ) Road 24 and North of the SeaboardAir demand shall be In writing and shall NOTICE TO FLORIDA 6. Large Trunk JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY. FLOR 64-la Orlyt 1 Greenhouses 11:00 May .
, 14' Line Railroad right of way. state the place of residence and post GAINESVILLE. and other Household goods and personal IDA. 1964
.. h-tt Persons interested and be office address of the claimant. and shall Sealed bids will be received by the of F
",- may appear Instruction effects. IN PROBATE.IN 64 49 Add 12 x 14 ft room to U
of Ala-
I heard at the time and place specified. be sworn to by the claimant. his agent. Board of Public (3232) 4:9 24 RE: ESTATE OF building at Sanford Florida 2:00 May
Jt.I" his attorney and any such claim or chua County Florida at the office of
:, rVuIIut BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -demand not ac filed shall be void. the Board 1817 East University Ave. JONNAH FRAZIER. 5. 1964T.
# ALACHUA COUNTY IN THE Deceased.To N. Wells
'" GROVER PAYTON me. Gainesville. Florida- up to 3:00 COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
J FLORIDA.BY As administrator of the Estate of P oM.. E.S.T., Thursday.! May 14. 1964 : IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. All Creditors and Persons Having Director of Purchasing
-'- J. B. CARMICHAELJ. GUY PAYTON deceased at which time and place ,all bids received FLORIDA.IN Claims or Demands Against Sals Estate (3261) 4:16 23NOTICE
I 1ft7i B. Carmichael. Clerk First publication April 22. 1964. will be publicly opened and read RE: Estate of : -
_J! Fti// (3231) 4:9NOTICE (321(,) 4:22, 29; 5:6. 13 aloud for furnishing all materials.and JOHN AARON OLIVER You and each of you are hereby notified OF INTENTIONTO NAME
labor and constructing the following Deceased. and required to present any, REGISTER FICTITIOUS
44tf projects: NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Claims or Demands Against Said Es- Pursuant to Section (63.09 Florida
r 1;, : / 1964 Unit. Westwood Junior High School All creditors of the Estate of JOHN er of you. may have against the estate Statutes notice is hereby given that
< :"; v. .. Is hereby given that the household IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLOR. 1964 Unit. Shell Elementary School AARON OLIVER. Deceased. are hereby of JONNAH FRAZIER. deceased the undersigned. University I*. dOing
.,.. K' "1 j goods and personal effects storedby IDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 1964 Unit. Douglas Elementary School notified and required to file any late of said County. to the County business under the firm name of DIscount -
I "I.t .... Gainesville Bonded Warehouse Inc. ALACHUA COUNTY IN 1964 Unit. Hawthorne -High School '' claims or demands which they may Judge of Alachua County Florida at Package Liquors of Gainesville
) .. \ for the Account of A. T. PETERSONwill AND FOR Gainesville Florida for the Board of' have against said estate in the Officeof his office in the court house of said 1901 S. w. 13th Street Gainesville.
...;..:. :. 't{ be sold at auction to the highest CHANCERYIN Public Instruction of Alachua County the County Judge of Alachua County County at Gainesville. Florida. within Alachua County. Florida Intends to
;; '' bidder from 749 N.W 6th St. at 7 A.M.I RE: JOHNSON SECURITY CO., Florida. : Florida in the Courthouse at Gainesville eight calendar months from the time of register said fictitious name under the
I ; ..rl.I May I, 1964 and each subsequent weekday I INC. Any bid received after the specified Florida within six (6) calendar the first publication of this notice. Each provisions of the aforesaid Statute.
-.. until sale is completed. Payment time and date will not be considered. months from the date of the first pub- claim or demand shall be in writing. Dated at Gainesville. Florida this lit
( f. to be made in cash certified check. NO. 1717-C Each bid must be accompanied by a lication of this notice. Each claim or and shall state the place of residenceand day of April A.D., 1964.
i7.X: Proceeds of sale will apply towards NOTICETO ,certified check cashier's check or bid demand must be in writing and must post office address of the claimant Owners:
I : 1.I liens held by Gainesville Bonded Warehouse : H. F. WALLS. JR. bond in the Jcsmo't of five per cent i state the place of residence and post and shall be sworn to by the claimant Nathan Pozin. Jean poem So
and-or Aero Mayflower Transit Adrf'ESS Unknown of the base r e that the office address of the claimant and must agent. attorney. and any such claimor Folks, Mildred Pozin'

I ( Co. Merchandise to be sold consists of Unknown persons claiming as creditors -bidder if awarded the contract will. be sworn to by the claimant. his agent. demand not so filed shall be void. (3212) 4:2. 9. 16, 23. _ _
:J. the following described articles: Of JOHNSON SECURITY CO.. within ten consecutive calendar days or his attorney or it will become TOMMIE HURST. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLOR-
with the Board of Public Instruction of As executor of Last
I -\ INC. void according to law. Will and I DA, IN
t .... '4! .' 2.1. Washer Antenna Pole BIRKETT F. JORDAN, JR. Alachua County. Florida. in accordancewith This 7th day of April A.D. 1964. Testament of AND EIGHTH FOR ALACHUA JUDICIAL COUNTY.CIRCUIT. IN
,. Court the accepted bid and give a con- LOIS Jonnah Frailer deceased
; i : 3. Kitchen table 3433 N. W. 1st -s- O. GOOLSBY CHANCERY.
'" tract bond satisfactory to said
Gainesville. Florida Lois O. Gooolsby. Adminis
\'f; :c/ Mattress and Board in an amount equal to one hundred tratrix of the' Estate of JOHN Attorneys for Executor RIOGE.
j J 5. JEAN JORDAN MCCOY per cent of the contract price. AARON OLIVER. Deceased. 212 S. E. 1st Street
, T*UlREOf! COffMT PIMM.;** 6. Television Basinet 906 N. E. 19th Place No bidder may withdraw his bid for a (3225) 4:8. 15 22, 29. Gainesville. Florida -vs- Plaintiff.
7. Gainesville. Florida period of thirty days after the date Set (3265) 4:16. 23, 30; 5:7
. nBLAXEEDWAROSftooum.DAVID 8. Vacuum cleaner Sole heirs at law of Birkett F. Jordan -for the opening thereof.All NOTICE Is hereby given that the house- DAVID WILLIAM RIDGE
And other household goods and personal work shall be done In accordancewith hold goods and personal effects stored Defendant

l NIYEN PETER SELLERS effects. You are. deceased hereby notified that C. R. plans and specifications and con- by Gainesville Bonded Warehouse. Inc. TO WHOM NOTICE IT MAY OF CONCERN SALE : DIVORCE -
(3234) 4:9 24 for the Account Chancery No.
of A.
surviving tract documents relative thereto as prepared SELLERS and -
CARNATION as spouse and
You are hereby notified that the following -
r Architect David Reeves 307 or Will be sold at Auction to the NOTICE TO DEFENDTo
ROBERT WAGNER CAPUCiNE. sole heir at law of LIDA JOHNSON CARNATION by motor vehicle: 1958 Chevrolet
Gainesville, Florida. highest bidder from 749 DAVID WILLIAM RIDGE whose
N.E. First Street N. W. 6th
his Petition in
has filed the Circuit Conv S. No. F58A159472 will be sold at
--------, and contract documents Street. at 7 AM. S. 1944 residence and address Is 8323 Chef Mon-
,------------------ ..SSCSI.. Plans. specifications May and each
I of Alachua County. Florida
Court sale at 10:00 AM o'clock
public the
i. THE! K P N H ) seeking for the the appointment of conveying of a Trustee to- examined will at be the available office of and the may Super-be pleted.subsequent Payment week to day be until made sale in is cash com I 29th day of April 1964 at 1321 on North teur, New are Orleans hereby notified Louisiana.You that. a Complaint
purpose Main Street Gainesville. Florida.
I .. eec:; ;;: him. as surviving spouse and sole heir intendent of Public Instruction In 'certified check. Proceeds of sale will apply proceeds of the sale will be applied The to for divorce has been filed
I @d ; at law Of LIDA JOHNSON CARNATION Gainesville. Florida or at the office of towards liens held by Gainesville the payment of the cost of retaking. against you by MATAILEEN LARKIN -
TODAY at deceased fee simple title to certain Architect David Reaves. Bonded Warehouse and-or Aero May storing and sale of said motor vehicle RAMSDELL RIDGE and you are
Two sets of such plans and contract flower Transit I required to of Answer -
11-1 lands in Alachua County Florida, more Co. Merchandise to be and the cost of publication of notice of serve a copy your
I '
documents and forms for bidding maybe sold consists of or pleading to the Complaint on
; 1:003:085:16COLOR .. ,.I' particularly described as follows: the following described sale and then to the satisfaction of the
I '"'if. Begin 165 feet N of the SW Corner secured by general contractors articles: balance due under the contract with lamtiffs Attorney. A. Z. Adldns. Jr..
7:24-9:32 ... ..e of Block 1. Lot 15. of Brown's Addition only from the office of the architectby 1. Double Mattress Avery Bass. P. O. Box 1195. Trenton. Iii Southwest Third Street Gainesville
I therewith $30.00. The deposit 2. Answer -
. to Gainesville Florida then depositing Television Fla. Tommy Lee Bass. RFD Route 1. Florida. and file the ortglnal
214 NW 13th FR.6-6472 run N 82 feet for a point of begin- from general contractors will be 3. Foam Rubber Mattress Box 19. Trenton. Fla. covering the financing or pleading in the office of the
Also in Ocala ning. Then run E 132 feet to a refunded upon submission of a bona- 4. Table lamp of said motor vehicle. Any Clerk of the Circuit Court on or befora
, i stake; then run N KVt feet to a Fide bid and return of said plans and 5. Chest of drawers (2) surplus will be paid to you and you the 18th day of May. 1964. If yew fail to
L J stake; then run W 132 feet to a contract documents in good condition 6. Double dresser will remain liable for any balance remaining do so. lodgment by default witr be tak-
stake; then run S 82ft feet to a within ten days after the date set for 7. End table unpaid under said contract. en against you for the relief demandedIn
stake; at the point of beginning.The the opening of bids. If the general con- ft. (2) straight chairs Dated this 10th day of Apr) 1964. the Complaint.
same being a lot of land 82V4 tractors desire more than two sets of 9. Mirrors (2) ASSOCIATE DISCOUNT COR. DONE AND ORDERED In Gainesville
feet by 132 feet. lying and bordering such plans and specifications these And other household goods and personal PORATIONBY Alachua County. Florida this 13th
on the E side of North Ninth may be obtained by paying the cost of effects. : H. U Jamerson day of April 1964.
duplication which will not be refund (3237) 4:9. 24. J. B. CARMICHAELClerk
.Street in City of Gainesville Florida Gainesville. Florida '
able. (3279) 4:23 of the Circuit Court
Subcontractors and material suppliersmay Alachua County. Florida
andCommence 396 feet W of the se cornerof purchase drawings and specifica- NOTICE Is hereby given that the household LEGAL NOTICE (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
goods and personal effects
tions from the architect by paying the stored
The University of Florida will receive By Emily Waterhoua
15 Brown's Additionto
number Gainesville
lot cost of duplication at the rate of $1.00 by Bonded Warehouse Inc. bids for the class of commodities Deputy ClerkA.
Florida then N
915 N. MAIN ST. Gainesville run for the Account of Reynolds B.
and $3.00 Smith
sheet for drawings
165 feet for the point of beginning. per per ,will be sold at Auction as indicated below. Interested bid- Z. ADKINS, JR.
plus handl I I to the
set for specifications n
Then run W 132 feet; N 165 feet. E g highest bidder from 749 ders may obtain forms specificationsand Attorney for Plaintiff
In Food Fair Center charges. N.W, 6th Street other information by contactingthe 111 Southwest Third Street
Shopping 132 feet; S 165 feet to place of begin. I at 7 A.M.
Bidders' qualifications must be satis- I May 8. 1944 and each subsequent Purchasing Division. Room 106, Ti- Gainesville. Florida
ning. factory to the Board of Public Instruction week day until sale is completed.
and gert Hall University of Florida. Gaines (3263) 4:14. 23. 30; S:'
of Alachua County. Florida. The Payment to be made in cash certified ville. Florida.
Also The SV4 of Block (or Lot Number -
of Free We Board of Public Instruction of Alachua check. Proceeds of sale will apply towards IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
Plenty Parking daily 15 of Brown's Addition to Gainesville
open Alachua County Florida except County Florida reserves the right to liens held by Gainesville Bonded' 64-Meat and Staples bids open every JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FV.ORDA -
9 to 9 OPEN SUNDAYS 12 the following described parcel waive Informalities in any bid and to Warehouse and-or Aero Mayflower Tuesday 10:00 IN PROBATE. ,
a.m. p.m. . accept bid which they consider to ben I.
, ViI:' Commence at the SE corner any Transet Co. Merchandise to be sold 64-Hospital Supplies bids open every IN RE: ESTATE OF
noon 'til 7 Use "Central Charge" and of Block 15. and run W M feet the best public interest. and to reJect consists of the following described Monday 3:00 LAVENIA LANG BELL 1
p.m. to a point of beginning then run any or all bids. articles: 64-50 Laboratory Equipment 10:30 May Deceased.To .
Our W 66 feet; then run N KVt feet; The Board of Public Instruction of Ala- 1. Wardrobe Trunk 21. 1964 All Creditors and Persons HattingEs
Lay-Away. then run E 64 feet: then run chua County. FloridaBY 2. Foot Locker 64-51 Closed Circuit TV Equipment 11:00 Claims or Demands Against Said
t : E. D. MANNING JR. 7, 1964 tate:
Sam feet To the point of beginning 3. Suit Case
which heretofore conveyed by Secretary 4. Small bag of seed 64-52 Land Clearing Lake Alfred 10:30 You and each of you are hereby n 1 - - quit claim was deed to James Foreman. (3284) 4:23. 30; 5:7 (3233) 4:9. 24 May 7. 1964 tied and required to present any clalans
' the legal to said lands being in JOHN- 64-53 Linens 10:30 May 14. 1964 and demands which you. or either of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA 64-54 Central Air ConditioningBelle you may have against the estate of
I SON SECURITY CO., INC., a dissolved -
corporation.Said EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN NOTICE is hereby given that the household Glade Florida 2:00 May 7, 1964T. LAVENIA LONG BELL deceased. lateof
w Petition alleges that Birkett F. AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, IN goods and personal effects stored N. WELLS. said County to the County Judge of
by Gainesville Bonded Warehouse Inc..
Jordan and H. F. Walls were the ownersof CHANCERY. for the Account of E. C. LATHAM and Director of Purchasing Alachua County. Florida at his office-
I FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND 4:23 30 court house of said County al
one (1) share of stock each in said will be sold at auction to the highest, (3285 In the
LOAN ASSOCIATION OF GAINES ,Gainesville. Florida within eight calendar
corporation but that said ownership was bidder from 749 N.W. 6th St. at 7'; IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,, I the time of the firstpublication
months from
for the of complyingwith VILLE.
merely purpose A.M. May 8 1964 and each subsequent IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. I
this notice. Each claims
corporate laws of the state' and Plaintiff of
10 OFF I ION that the Petitioner C. R. CARNATION. .vs- week day until sale Is completed. FLORIDA.IN 'or demand shall be in writing a n cI
% Is the sole person entitled to all of the JOHN c. OWENS AND BETTYM. Payment to be in cash certified RE: Estate of shall state the place of residence and
beneficial interests of said corporation.You OWENS, his wife and BEN check. Proceeds of sale will apply to- MARY R. PHIFER post office address of the claimant. and
are further notified that on Tues- JAMIN R. THORPE and KATHLEENM. wards liens held by Gainesville Bonded Deceased shall be sworn to by the claimant ag-
day April 28, 1964 at 11:45 A.M. before THORPE. his wife.' Warehouse and or Aero Mayflower NOTICE TO CREDITORS.All ent attorney, and any such claim .r
the Honorable U Patten in his creditors of the Estate of filed shall be void.
George Defendants. "nsJsOto! demand no so
! e be sold consists of the MARY R. PHIFER. Deceased. are 4
Chambers at the Alachua County Courthouse JULIA LEATRICE
: ___ ANY PURCHASE II Gainesville. Florida. the Petitioner MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE following articles: hereby notified and required to file MCKINNEY HARPER
through his undersigned attorneysshall AMENDED NOTICE TO DEFENDIN 1. Play Pen any claim or demands which they may As Executrix of the Last Will
$266 I seek an order appointing a Trustee THE NAME OF THE STATE OF 2. Tricycle have against said Estate in the Officeof and Testament of
OR MORE to convey said lands to the PetI- FLORIDA: 3. Foot Locker (2) the County Judge of Alachua County LAVENIA LANG BELL.
tioner. TO: BENJAMIN R. THORPE 4. Clothes hamper Florida in the Courthouse at deceased
You are Invited to be present to present 9805 Brooks Lane 5. Baby Mattress Gainesville. Florida within six (6) BARTON & BURWELL
This Coupon Good Thurs., Fri. and Set- I any evidence you may have in Little Rock. Arkanasas 6. Baby seat calendar months from the date of the Attorneys for Executrix
contesting said Petition. 7. Folding chair (2) first publication of this notice. Each
II April 23 24 and 25. and 212 Southeast First Street
GRAY CHANDLER, O'NEAL KATHLEEN M. THORPE 8. Hair dryers.Babyroc claim or demand must be in writingand Gainesville. Florida
I CARLISLE & AVERABY 9805 Brooks Lane must state the place of residenceand First publication April 16. 1964
I 1J : HENRY l_ GRAY JR. Little Rock. Arkansas And other Household goods and post office address of the claimant 32661 4:16. 23. 30; 5:7 __
effects. _
Attorneys for PetitionerPost YOU. BENJAMIN R. THORPE and and must be sworn to by the claimant -
t - - (3235) 4:9 24.
V Office Box 44 KATHLEEN M. THORPE his wife are his agent. or his attorney or it
Gainesville Florida hereby notified that a Complaint to will become void according to law. 85 Automobile for Sale
that the household -
NOTICE is hereby given
(3239) 4:9 .
J certain the
foreclose a on goods and personal effects storedby
William H. Chandler
fo-wlt as
following described property. : Gainesville Bonded Warehuse Inc.
Lot Two (2) of Block "B", of ROSE for the Account of NEDA MARIA BRK- Executor of the Estate of
, ADDITION to GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA Mary R. Phifer, deceased.
IC and will be sold at auctionto
as per Plat recorded In Plat the highest bidder from 749 N. W. (3203) 4:1 8, 15, 22

Book "D. Page 65 of the Florida.Public 6th St. at 7 A.M. May 8. 1964 and each IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. IN
Records of Alachua County :
subsequent week day until sale is com AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLOR-

I ALSO. all fixtures Including, but nol I pleted. Payment to be in cash certified IDA. IN PROBATE.IN .
.. check. Proceeds of sale will apply RE
t limited to the following; Oil SpaceHeater : ;
towards liens held by Gainesville Bond'ed ESTATE OF MARJORIE MONROE
.. .Kitchen Exhaust Fan, and
Venetian Blinds throughout the house Warehouse and-or Aero Mayflower ODOM.
Transit Co. Merchandise to be sold
deemed to be fixtures Deceased.
which shall be
'consists of the following artjcles: NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR
and a part of the realty are a
portion of the security for the In- ,1. Records FINAL DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR
! debtedness herein mentioned. Record Player Notice Is hereby given that I have
260,000 of has been filed against you and you are 3. Air cooler csL'sI final 1 returns as Executor of
acres required to serve a copy of Your An- 4. Clothes the Will and Testament of MARJORIE -!
peanuts :swer or your Pleading to the Complaint 5. Dishes MONROE ODOM. Deceased; I
on the Plaintiffs attorney JOE C. 6. Toys that I have filed my petition for distribution COMETSales
JENKINS JR.. 224 Southwest 2nd (3236 4: 9i24 and for final discharge and I
Avenue. Gainesville. Florida and file that on May 14 1964 I will apply to the
the original Answer or Pleading In the LEGAL NOTICE Honorable H. H. McDonald County
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton The University of Florida will receive Judge of Alachua County. Florida. for I
or before the 20th day of May A.D... bids! for the general class of commodities -,approval of said final returns and
! 1964. as indicated below. Interested bid- for an order of distribution and for final Up
will be weed-free in 1964. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default ders may obtain forms. specificationsand discharge as Executor of the Last Will'
will be taken against you for other Information by contacting the and Testament of Marjorie Monroe Od- -
the relief demanded in the Complaint.This purchasing Division Room 104. TIgert em. Deceased. April 9th, 1964.
Notice shall be published once Hall University of Florida Gainesville -sE.. COVINGTON JOHNSTONE.
i each week for four (4) consecutive Florida. Covington Johnston. 131 %!
, weeks In The Gainesville Daily Sun. 64-Meat and Staples bids open every as Executor of the Last Will
, DONE AND ORDERED at Gainesville Tuesday 10:0064Hospital and Testament of Marjorie Monroe
Florida this 17th day of April. Supplies bids open every Odom Deceased.
A.D., 1964. Monday 3:00 E. A. CLAYTONE. Nowon
Cherrie Hales. u.4OLaboratory Equipment 10:30 A. Clayton as Attorney forE. Save Money
Deputy Clerk April 23, 1964 Covington Johnston Executor these Trade-ins!
J. B. CARMICHAEL.Clerk 64-41-Bulbs & Tubes 10:30 April 16. (3257) 4:15. 22. 29; 5:6

Alachua of the County.Circuit Florida Court 64-42 1964-Furnish and Install Air Conditioning IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA 62 Comet 4dr. $1495


yours : 224 Attorney Southwest for Plaintiff 2nd Avenue T.Director N. Wells of Purchasing CHANCERYFEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE j 61 Comet 4dr. $1195

Gainesville, Florida (3204) 4:2, 9IN ASSOCIATION. a corporation.
(3283) 4:23, 30; 5: 7. 14 Plaintiff.
THE COURT OF THE COUNTY .vsTILDCM> 62 Comet. 4dr. $1495
: : RE: ESTATE OF Defendants.
-IN f IIEATRl All Creditors and Persons having I Notice Is hereby given pursuant to a
, 1 .\. W Tot <>,,,"4111 Claims Demands Said Final Decree of Foreclosure dated April .
5- or Against Estate -
"it : : 7th. 1964. and entered in Chancery 61 Comet, wagon $1295

: Tonite! Showtime 7:15 You and each of you are hereby notified Case No. 11611 of the Circuit Court of
# the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for

., ..4: ". ." ,'- 0:.. : "The Prize1'with Claims and and required demands to which present you or any ei- Alachua NATIONAL County. Florida MORTGAGE wherein ASSOCIATION FEDERAL 61 Comet 2dr. $1095
< her
of you may have against the estate -
i Is
v a corporation Plaintiff
: -,. : : of
? : :: : ALBERT J HIGGINS. deceased. and TILDEN W. ROBERTS and wife.CYNTHIA ,
"...It j x;:,.. -Ii", .-, 'oP< --t-:.f. ; .. Paul Newman late of said County U the County are Defendants I will sell to 60 Comet 4-dr. $1045
: Judge of Alachua County Florida at ,I the highest and best bidder for cash at
: : ,;; c. : :< :(t/N/: "TARZAN'S THREECHALLENGES" his office in the court house of said I the Alachua County C o u r thouse In
.1 : County at Gainesville lorlda at his Gainesville Florida within the legal
office in the court house of said Countyat I hours of sale on the 21th day of April. 61 Falcea, 4-dr. ... .. WJ
Gainesville lorida within six cal- ,1964 the following described property
I '"- endar months from the time of the as set forth in said Final Decree.
with Jack Mahoney first publication of this notice. Each Jo-wit: 61 Falcen, 2-dr. .. .. .... $1191
4 0. :'o' '"' & Strode claim or demand shall be in writingand I Lot Forty-one (41). Forty-two (42)
; ": .. Woody shall be sworn to by the claimant. I and the West Half (WVi) of Lot For-
:' o' : and shall be sworn to by the claimant ty-three (43). Block "COak Hill I 41 Falc*, 4-dr--------- S"S

his agent or attorney and any such Subdivision as per plat thereof recorded -
claim or demand not so filed shall be In Plat Book "A." Page 168
.. void. of the public records of Alachua Many Mare af all makes and
\ .S. ANNIE U HIGGINS County Florida. m4l !. chaise frwm.
:j : As administratrix of the Estate Dated this 8th day of April, A. D.
This year260,000 acres of peanuts will be treated with; of ALBERT J. HIGGINS. 1964.
" TMW1EL deceased J. B. CARMICHAEL. Clerk Of CraneLincoln
: Karlene C. Hussey the Circuit Court
combination. Nt 1...St.2t.n 5- 11 West University Avenue (COURT SEAL)
Florida 1ft
: Falone-Dinitro NOW! 3 COLOR HITS Attorney for Administratrix Deputy Clerk Mercury
; eliminates crabgrass, pursley cit ,-.' Opt ':45 Shaw 7:2 First publication March 19. 1964 (]238) 4-9 516 S. Moin St.
SEE TWO LATE AS 9:4 (3174) 3:19 26; 4:2 9
; E FIRST RUN AT t:4O 85 Automobiles for Sale
ron, pigweed, ragweed, and lambs quarter. It reduces .: JANE FONDA ROD TAYLOR

I Sunday In New York

: cultivation time, speeds up harvesting, helps increase LMTJJJj

,..; ;,,:

: yields. Falone.Dinitro is recommended by the Florida i ',' .':: SHOWN ROCK FIRST HUDSON AT 7:20 TIMES 1. 3 5

Man's Favorite Sport3RD
E and Georgia Extension Service. TODAY 79

'. LATE HIT ___Dooo kv.Euw.e .-.
: Falone-Dinitro costs less pound for poond and : ROBT. STACK DOROTHY MALONE _. O51.5

: is to measure and THE LAST VOYAGES .i1j

easy spray. Applied at cracking ": '

.: time, Falone-Dinitro is effective for as long as eight /, ya STARTS DON KNOTTS FRIDAY


weeks and often longer. '. MR. LOREN -.PERKINS IVES

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I Ford

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Thursday, April 23, 1964 Gainesville Sun 23

6 SPECIAL NOTICES 13-Help Male or Female 35 Houses for Sale I 35 Houses for Sale I ,Wllltlllllfmnlllln"IfnnmmmlfUlln"UmUAIII"WHH".H..H'1! _

i _

rrnte Nick's Shoe Repair & Hat Shop NEWBERRY Wanted carrierfor AIR CONDITIONEDIF CLSSIFICTION I WANT-AD RATES
I 609 W. Univ. will close May 15th morning paper route in the you like space for entertaining FREDARNOLD
to Sept. PIck- p all repair work. town of Newberry. Call FR 2- this is the house for you. Lg. i MERCHANDISE ,
4451 Gainesville. living area opening onto red- ANNOUNCEMEN
wood enclosed patio. Near Llt- II PH. 3728441for
8 Baby Sitters. Child Car HELP turn your spare time Into tlewood and Westwood schools. I Card of Think 1 WanUi to BUT

money. No soliciting or deliver. 3 BR 2 baths central heat S Lost Pw>4 I Machinery ,Tool I
Ing. Adjust your own working =
dishwasher. disposal built In 4 Personalized Service Building
TINY TOT hrs. For appointment call. stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal 6 'a.e Information .Household G. = I

r I 372-7049 price. $22.000 only $1500 = I SpecIal N.Ue. E Antique Spacious 2 Story Classified OnlyDEADLINES
PLAY SCHOOL: down *22 NW 36th Terr. FR 6- 7 .Misc. FIr Sale
f1ert = $400 down and $107
Visit us and see for yourself. I 14-Sales Help Wanted 4945. 1 I B&11 Sier CUM Cue 1 Trading Paste S1.0 m"including taxes and Insurance I I

24 SE 8th St. FR 6-7806. FOR only $450 down $91.27 per I Things Plaes To' See* .And '9 Aren. Wate.* Wood I qualified FHA Buyer. 2- r .
story 3 bedroom 2 bath home ,
month payments you can qualify .
PLANNED awaits 70 Mario .
program your Equip.AUTOMOTiVE
pre-school youngster at JACK REAL ESTATE SALESMANHugh for 4 BR. 2 bath home. 1806 = 71 Bat.Hunt- Fish 37 with with study. large living room Tues. thru FrL papers-5 pm Day before publcati I

& JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. I NW 38th Terr. Will paint inside 72 Office Equipmes* frplace modern kitchen For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 ajn. St.
Music programs, educational Edwards, Inc, Gainesville's & outside completely. For appt. m 7, Airplane Sales-Rentals 73 Merchandise For ads to In Mon. paper-1 p.m.. .
film-strips. 45-5.15, Moru-FrL largest builder has opening for to see call 3720481.NORTHWEST. 5 77 HolD Homes for SaleS Xulea g

A 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900. new salesman. Excellent earning for Sa 5 5i Handsomelation (Minimum ad 4 lines)
for above 79 37 I
opportunity average Trek .
Child Care In my home. Fenced man. Mr. Dorman sales manager. AND close to Littlewood and a'rat.n ,Track Bent REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 37 & condition Is A-1. 3 = FAMILY RATES
; yard. Reasonable rates. Good HUGH EDWARDS, INC. Westwood schools. 3 Bedrooms lS TraDe Benta 37 2 bath home situatedon 37
references. 3723713. Lots for Sale 2 paved street. Large lot affords -
Phone 3721551. and 2 Baths. Central Heat. 37 l) I Scooter S 1 Insertion .. .... .. .... ... .
37 Bepalrs S Waterfront per privacy -rear lawn feed ... . 3 In ____

t I Child KIDDIE care center FR KORT 2-6M7 EXECUTIVE. Age large 25-50.salesman national Send resume to organization. represent to large beautifully porch.family fenced landscaped room back and -yard screened $15e, = .M.Aatm.bU.Swap Aotomoblles Cars for Sato M Houses Beat Cottages Estate FCC For Sal 37 S for porch.children days ahead Full& price pets.- cool For screened summer & 12 3 6 Insertions Insertions Insertions ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. tic 14e line line B i _____ __

I Thomas White 3680 Beach Blvd. 500 Call anytime. I EJelrel = $1'.0 37 total lines x rate
Real Estate Total eared
= char
\ RELIABLE sitter wishes to care RALPH REALTOR EDUCATIONAL a W.te. rD@ b
I for Infants or small children in Jacksonville Fla. FOSSEY e a Out of Town = Best S x number
Pnpet Buy =
L her Reasonable Call FR 37 1 ShJ IteUa Business
OPPORTUNITY for full time Raw- "Selling Florida Since 1906" Prpen =
[ I II 6-3897. leigh Business In West AlachuaCo. 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 316-1359 E on Wanted-Isatruetfe* 41 Residential : = 3 bedroom 2 bath h at economy 37
z 43 Farm Acer price of
or part Gainesville. Pro- Member Multiple ListingRENTERS I g central $15100 "Carrier $ Five letter words per line
ducts sold here over 40 years. E 43 Colored Rentals = l
Employment Car necessary. No cash invest. EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colored Property Sales : unit. hardwood floors fed i
? 37 Work Wanted yard. Attractive I
ment required. For personal in- 1 Mae 37 lati Same as 2 lines
schools and .
37 Work Wanted .
terview write Sales Manager 1 8 Pt.
Rawlelgh FAD-320-302; Memphis Register for free month's rent I Sales Help Wanted RENTAL = ordinary type m

11 FEMALE HELP WANTED no obligation drawing month- 37 Help-Male or Female
T enn. 1 Male Help Wanted
AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN (2) IY. Fried Apt. S 3 bedroom 1 bath home with ordinary type _
Real opportunity for experienced HUGH EDWARDS. INC Apt =
I Good water
Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating aggressive Automobile North Central Fla. largest builder I 5 U Female Help Wanted House for Fmrn. = garage. Same as 4
men. front lot on beautiful breezy lies
famous Studio Girl = 18 i
furnished, excellent work plan. by far. 48 Houses for Bent XTnfuru. = point. This Is a year-round home I rt.ordinary
Phone Cosmetics.376-4336 Full after or 6-Part Time. Apply in person to Ben Me.- NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. FARMS & LIVESTOCK f Room for Bet = in perfect condition with built- I_

dows, Shaw & Keeter Ford 238 37 Equipment 6 Hotel Booms S in kitchen equipment. Full price g
NEED MONEY-Earn $2 per hour. W. Univ. Ave. AVAIL. June 1st. 3 BR 2 bath a 27 Feed FertIlizer Misc. Rentals = 114,000. .
representing CORT COSMETICS Fla. rm., screened porch, $15.- 37 %Livestock Supplies Il Wanted T* Rent = I i 24 P t nar4p' I

opening for ladies In Gainesvilleand 500. Walking distance Little- Landscaping Top Soil 5 Boar'er Wanted S .. :
Schools & Lake
Alachua County. For interview 18 InstructionsMEN wood. PIF R 25043. 37 S Pets Supplies I Desk Spies 3 Santa Fe =

write Cort 608 SW 27th St.. 3 BEDROOM 2 bath. large corner S Livestock Wanted Business RetFINANCIAL s Ultimate In Gracious living on the : _

Gainesville, Fla., or call 376- AND WOMEN and most desirable lake In the area. 37 The Gainesville Sun will be responsible for than
WANTEDTO lot. close to Howard Bishop I n more one I
after .
TRAIN FOR Metcalfe elementary. Member. SERVICE Estate proportioned grounds extend incorrect irtin. nor be liable for any error In advertisement -
COVENTRY" ship swim club. Reasonable equi L 58 Business Opportunities %Special Services g from paved street to lake 32 extent than the cost of the space occu-
CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS ty. Take over payments. Call 5 87 Honev I Loan Home Improvement front. Situated In Melrose this pled by the item In the No adjustment will _______
UNDER new management. Open 24 Badio large fine 2 story home offers = advertisent
TV Service g that
372-0450. Menrare be made on errors
5 I ef ect of
ings for fashion directors. Part We prepare Men and Women. lt Money Wanted 25 Appliance Furniture 37.esastnmmrolnlmmmunumtutmemmnmmnenmisBnhtnwnrnrnImmm space aplenty. $.0 I you are i the advertisement. d t. vlu. g
time or full time. Far appointment $60 Month new CB home, large IteresteARNOLD !
call 3727049. Ages 18-55. No experience neces- lot. Low down payment 300 S.E. Tnrmi. =:
sary. Grammar school education I. .. =
20th St. FR 24692.BY
9022 WANTED salad maker apply Hotel usually sufficient. Permanent The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or ta37 -
Thomas mornings or eve- lobsNo layoffs. Short hours. THE OWNER In Idylewilde 2 35 Houses For Sal 35 Houses for Sal I. I lecting any advertisement which It deems obfectional and tochange
NY.t-242 -nings. No phone calls. High pay. Advancement. Send BR, CCB house. tile bath famIly the classification of any advertIsement from that or _
PLANNING A VACATION? name. home address phone room. Call 372-80C1 after REALTY COMPANY i dered to conform to the polcy of the paper. 5

Start earning for that trip Immed number and time home. Write 5:30 P.M. BY OWNER. new house 3 bro 3 BR', one bath CCB home in N. Multiple Listing Member 37
1TfMiMt 1Tft. Marcel Co. Box 381-A c/o Gainesville 1 bath utility room and Central heat, air 1219 m
&y iately. We train to becomean crport. E coitio W. Univ. Ave.
you 3 BR CCB house on paved street. 372-3
Sun. 2100 N.w. 55tti Street. _. ,. .
storage room !
Avon Representative. Call Built-in oven. nice neighbor. S down sreened pa Associates "..'"rRtIIII'RI"-----' "
Call FR 24992. tio ,
Mrs. Burns at FR 2-0421. MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for hood. $150 down. 1621 SE 25th 6-50 Jane Caldweft F. W. Hedge iW35 .w.w.-

Fresh as the first daffodils EXPERIENCEDSTENOGRAPHERS CIVIL SERVICE Ave. Phone FR 21901. SEEING IS BELIEVING Swimming Pool Jim Sheppard Bob KalkmanChale Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale

this backwrap beauty with vivid Examinations. For informationsend BY OWNER. Exceptional. attractive -! Nice NE section near school old Mayo Jim Greene 1

{ contrast at neckline pockets. Sperry has desirable positions name. address & Phone No. I HAZEL HEIGHTS both house & landscaping. fashion family home. All large SALE. TRADE. RENT. Furn. Un-
it dress or over aclress. 2 baths Fla. FOR SALE 3 Br. 2 bath. built-in
Wear as a 3 BR rm. screened
available stenographers
experienced Key Training Service. 112 W. See our 4-bedroom and 3-bed- rooms, 4 BR 2 bts. kitchen fum. 3 BR. Fla. Rm. BreakfastRm. F.
central air &
cent. 8. air cond..
with developed secretarial Adams St.. Jacksonville. room 2.bath CCB homes with ; prch. pantries dining r. lving ., garage fine location. 725 kitche, Rm
9022 Half back
Printed Pattern : & dishwasher yard. Take ad-
skills. Starting salary determined -
t I Sizes Who Who UVi 20V, 22V, by prior experience Real Estate Exam built-in Central electric heat. stove city and utilities.oven. dbl. carport.rnge.Ig utility study ed porches sleeping 3 fireplaces, screen N.E. 7th Terr. 372-2 Baaum. I vantage of owner having to

24V*. Size 16 requires 4V* yards with Increase based on regular. Wired for television and tele shop or hobby room. PARADISEfor and landscaped attic $14,775 UP ON YOUR LOT. Open move. Nice wooded lot $17,000.
I fabric. outside fence yard. 52 6 De 3945 NW 36th St. FR 23712WESTWOOD .
35-inch ly scheduled work performance COURSE phone. Large yards completely children city near House Sundays, 1 to p.m .
h FIFTY CENTS In coins for this reviews. Promotional opportunities ATTEND First lesson free. grassed. Hazel Heights Is in new elem school, convenient to 50 $120 sign 8. engineered by U. S. .
pattern-add 15 cents for each pat. S day work week. Excel- HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE the city limits. with Univ., Med. Center. VA Hosp. .. Homes 2100 LITTLEWOOD
tern for first-class mailing and lent working conditions and ben- COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave sewer lines close Equipp stop Call 376-4232 3723738.GLADY SMITHP. sq ft. 3 BR 2 bath air cond., S .Walking distance to schools. 3
Send to Marian FR. 6-3507. 3723727.SPEED New Listing 2 1801 BR. 2 baths hoe In SkyneHeighs.
special handling. efits. Submit resume In confIdence low down payment, conventional brick veneer car garage. .
Martin. Gainesville Sun. Pattern or telephone: 372-0411 Ext. loans. Located on Northwest SALE or trade my equity for 4 2V* bath NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes. Study hardwo ,
Yonge area. 4 bedrooms 2 recently com Cent.
Dept. 232 West 18th St.. New York, 225 for appointment. WRITING 39th Ave.. West of 13th smaller house 1 acre 10 blocks K. Living room with fireplace. bro. Colenlal Inspired. Exclusively Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- bi-In. Shaded range back yard. Call
11. N. Y. Print plainly NAME. AD SPERRY SHORTHAND St. Shown by appointment.Dhorie from Court House. Large 2 story Florida room. Separate din ing designed for the Young
DRESS with ZONE. SUE and ELECTRONIC TUBE TYPING FR house. 6 room apartment down Executive. 1 bedroom bath
2.36 stairs. 3 room apartment room. Nice kitchen. This Is a family In 6690.MERRILL 3766WHY
STYLE NUMBER.' DIVISION BOOKKEEPINGClasses FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. stairs. Private entrance. up home with convenience to separate from main area PAY RENT
Howeit'sCollege. all schools. may study or homes tne
now forming. home located In WestmorelandEstates. 1.50 br
Business 218 W. Univ. On city pavedSt den. with prefinlshed che r r y $65 pr month on
Sign Ideas In new SPRINGSUMMER EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Ave 2 Ig bath sewer. family MAY 1. 8 2 Quality home on Newberry Road. paneled walls. Ideal location and WESTWOOD Attractive 3 bed S. E. 45th Also some
t Pattern Catalog. lust out! EMPLOYMENTNCR Rm. & living Rm.Rms.dining area. bath furnished home at room Large lot with many trees and must be seen to appreciate allS room 2 bath masonry home on trade-Ins. Call FR 2.237

( Dresses sportswear coats: posting machine operator 26 Farm Equipment Central built.-In kitchen Including 3rd St. Will sell on liberal shrubs. 3 bedrooms 2 tile baths, the extras. Only $3.0. Co large corner lot. Family room,
f morel Send 50 cents now. heat double Florida room. Living roomis sult Fordyce & .,
class 3400, previous .machine: dishwasher. 2 courtyards terms wi.trade for duplex & Asociates central heat built In oven and
experiences required i nigms per walk to schools close to pay or wi rent carpted and has a fireplace. 36123 range and carprt. OWNER YOUNGAMERICA
BOLEN Ride A-Matlc tractor reliable tenant. Ph. writeH. ANXIOUSI AN OFFER
week. Good working conditions. U of F & medical center FHA to MKE
with disc and plow. Good condi- Near the University. Good buy In i
G. Bellinger Box 277 Starke !
Contact Personnel Office Down
r tion. Price $175. FR 2-6677 $22.700 payment $1.70 3 bro. 2 bath home with Flor. Cypress
chua General HospitaL Immediate .
rt occupan. 962811. room. Newly painted and dec gardens type of view. Year round ACRES Lovely 3 bed-
1027 NW Call Butler
t HOUSEKEEPER wanted. Christian 28 Livestock & SuppliesWANT 40h : bedroom CCB house. Central orated. Priced at $17.90 home. beautiful spacious ro 2 bath concrete block
middle-age woman: Must Brther 312-9S daly. 316-90 heat and air conditioning. Will grounds. Lake Santa Fe frontage home with oak floors, spacious HOMESPRESENTS
love children light housekeeping. nigh. sell or trade for 55' house trail Call 3725393 to see any of thesi 0 boathouse dock, workshop kitchen with plenty of room for
Small salary. 376-2929 between Iy finish TO KNOW hogs HOW for to market proper-? ON SILVER LAKE er, 2 bedroom. FR 27552. homes or ask for our list of choic e air coitioing. washer. dryer breakfast set. 12x28 screened
9 & 9 your buys In all price ranges. describe the extras carport and utility
a m. p.m. breezeway
Then in and let 4 BR. study living all withwalltowall cannt
come us ro $350 dn. FHA no dn. payment VA. and beauty. Due to illness room. ONLY NEW BRICK
DEPARTMENTMANAGER how you can do this lob with dining $68 mo.. 4 pet. int. 3 BR. 1 owner must now $18,0
CPA Cooperative Mills 40 room, 3 bath home. Large scrifce.
THERE'i cent Pork Maker. Our special per porch tied breezeway. utility bath. carport patio Ig. yd.. 2600000. & BLACK ACRES Spacious 3 bed MODELSOPEN
quiet St.. near and Associates. Inc., room, 2 bath masonry home located
and 2 This 316-1236
during the month of April. FMX room car
garge. 10 Dark
shopping center. 535 NE 12th St. Associates: Multiple Ltstirv! on large corner lot with a.m f
home Is located
Gainesville Alachua. PhoneFR on a private .
Infant and girls At least or Ben Griffin Dan Sheldoi
For wear. FR 6-1018 after lots of trees. Special features FEATURES
2 miles north of 5 .
2-1095 or 461-2105. lake. DuplexMoney :
i 3 years experience required. Ap- Interlach. Florence Bums Cerolln Noye Include family room with fireplace -
ply J. M. Fields, 1409 N.W. 23rd e$5.000 on Hw. 315 terms.Price $ 3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On !! 1228 W. University 3-S3: in the bank will b your fireplace In living room Fireplaces
30 PETS & SUPPLIES lots. Go out NW 16th Avenue
Blvd. Acre with this wonderful central heating and air conditioning Screened porches
FR 6. to 43rd St. intersection, turn J. W. come nets approximately $ .00 wall to wall carpets. built- Custom kitchen cabinets

\ 12 Male Help WontedONE SPRINGTIME Is puppy time. Eng- BEST BUY in buying qualities and right go approximately 1 mile, a month. Good Mortgage. low in oven and range electric dishwasher Oversized bathrooms
i IsWORTH: lish Shepherd puppies & Amer. home planning for the dollar. see sign on left. KIRKPATRICKCOUNTRY taxes. Call today. Fordyce & Associates huge recreation room Plus many other custom
ican Shepherd puppies. Call FR NW section beyond city limits. T. D. ZETROUER BUILDERFR Inc. 376-12 and double carport. THIS IS A features
2-0033. Young executive preferred area. 6-3 LOT OF PROPERTY FOR $28
of the largest Insurance companies home near Gainesville VA & FHATERMS
3 2 bath. 0 u s 5001 CALL US NOWI
In the country has a position AKC registered Dachshund Pups. bro. Entrance spae, 4 BR., 2 bath in Highland Court immaculate condition pleasan Bedrooms
open for man between age All shots. 6 weeks. Black or red. arate dining room sep Manor. air conditioner double surroundings. Yours with orang. MERRILL
21 to 38. Unlimited future. Startat male & female. Ph. Kingsley er. Worth your dlsllwash utility Rm., swim club membership trees in rear yard with Vt acr,: galore In this home FIVE and even JOHN REALTOR
$80 per week. After first 2 Lake 533.2492.MINIATURE tim schools In walking dis for or Th acres fo r a Florida room Is available
Wlmberly Estates off NW 39th LISTING
weeks $100 and better. Call 3728171 Ave. Phone tance. $98 mo. 2832 NE llth Ter. $11.00.$16.0. 12V acres fo r to spread out In. Under $28.0 MULTIPLE Phone 3721494 Walking distance to elementary

for appt.ESTABLISHED. Schnauzer pups. 32-58. I Call FR 6-2349. The house has thre so call today for more ASSOCIATESMARCELLA & Jr. High Schools, Shopping &
ACK registered excellent pedI- DISCOVER and buy now this bedrooms and one bat matlon. Consul Fordcye & As
Insurance debit In gree. Only 2 left must sell. new home under construction.Covered NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 : sociates. 376-123 PARDIW.
Gainesville. good opportunity for leaving town. $85. (Normally court entrance. 3 and 4 bedro 2 bath CCB Owners will carry morlSPACIOUS H. BUCKHANNANCOMING Churches.YOUNG

honest and sincere man. Phone $100 to $150) All papers included. 2 bath paneled family h/tm Ilt ..t.r.. liflht And "u, .
FR 2-0932 for Interview. Call 3727601. place, air conditioned. All r.of BR'I sewers. Shown by appointment.Phone and lovely residence FORDYCEASSOCIATES
available for June I !
WANTED route man for estab- 14 MONTH old AKC registered female quality and personal work FR 2-326 hardwood ocupanc.Beautiful AMERICAHOMES
lished route. Ages 21-35. must be a Lloyd Myrlck home. Again bath,
German Shepherd. $75. BY OWNER 4 bedroom 2 panelling three large bedrooms
married. Apply in person at Call 3721235 fered in Wlmberly Estates off I large house garage. INC.Real .
two tiled spacious ,
WHilE American Bakeries 1847 S. Main NW 39th Ave. Phone 37-56. yard. Close to Uni- batlls Pricedat VILLAGE
Fence entertaining area. Estate Exchangors
F from 4 6 p.m. 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY FOR SALE BY OWNER BR 2 I "rslty. Call FR 67o $24,500 and already connected Multiple Listing Realtors

WANTED life guard thru Labor bath Ig. Fla. rm., Ig. utility MODERN SUBURBAN HOME to city sewers. Grace S. Fordyce* Broker GREEN NW 34th & 7th Avenue

Day who Is free to live on premises OWNER area separate living n din- 3 BR 2 bath kitchen with built AIR CONDITIONED for the summer Dudley Goulden Associate Phone 372-7070
and can do other work BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 Ing rm., kitchen wall wall Ins dining rnru sunken livingrm. weather that Is almost here. Harvey Benton Associate

when not on duty. FR 6-3012. Block of N. W. 22nd Street. 110' carpeting in living rm., glass fireplace screened porch 1800 square feet of well arranged 926 W. Univ. 376-12 VILLAGE
of Fla. Student to x 15a'. Phone 376-5109. sliding door leading to 16' x 24' and shop. Central heat. freshly decorated living
UNIVERSITY patio, fenced in back yard. stud 6 miles from enclosed SEE NOW
work spare time. Room rent BEAUTIFUL large lots fully cor Located area; two car gar-
READING to constitute part of compensa- improved in Ridgewood. NW 13 NE 12th Terr. 19500., limits on wooded 2 acre loIn age and such a convenient GREEN

I tion. FR 63012.GAINESVILLE 31st Street |lust south of NW 4123 N. W. 20th Ter. 3 BR. 2 bath restricted Chantilly Acres. location for less than $22.0. McKinneyGreen 607 NW 1 19th Ave.This .

16th Avenue. J. W. Kirkpatrick Fla. rm. Inside util. rm. Elec. $1.500. offered by owner. S 0
ALACHUA HIGH I Agency 31 N. Main or call fR2a.c built In O. and R. Air cond. $80 FR 1r524FOR VILLAGE attractive 3 BR, 2 bath Ocv
SPRINGS steady employment. J. W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor la block homo wIll appeal to the
\ to 50. Mo. $2100 equity. Will acceptbest SALE CCB 3 o.
fringe benefits age 21 hous. bro.bath. family wanting something eM.
Apply Jackson's Mlnit Mart. FOR SALE lot 1 OOxl 00', block offer. 376725 kitchen living Rm Member Multiple Listing GREEN ferent. Built In ele. kit Fireplace ; -

1234 N. W. 16th Ave., Gaines- building 22x17', good well & 4 BR, 2 bath with cent. heat & Rm. For price call owner 372 31 N. Main Phone FR 2.0 in LR. family rom

ville. Fla. pump Inside building. Price air cond. 4123 NW 15th St. FR 5573.WEST ASSOCIATES: DeatonREALTORS Cent. heat. fence yard. -
IN $700, cash or terms. For full 6782. Also beautiful lot In VILLA ESTATES Floye Mafhlasen Irene Bunl LLAGE ed at only S17. Good terms

DEPARTMENT J&J Information Mobile write Park Peter Bradenton Tanas Oaks. 2005 bath NW, wall-to-wall 37th Blvd. 4 BR 2 tiled central A W. Reece Capf.. USN .. 3669 NW 16th Ave.

OWNER offers nearly new 4 BR cartin.
MANAGERFor Fla heating. built h e n GREEN You simply love this Brand
home with all luxury features wi
includes dishwasher. Located on PARRISH I Inspect BothThe BR 2 bath o a haf:
At least In walking distance of new elementary
men and boy's wear. 34 Waterfront Property large wooded lot with circle acre lot. Yard sprigged and
3 experience required. Apply school. 31500. NW first a 3 B.R. 2 bath horn '
years 5 VILLAGE 8.
drive. Orlg. cost balance landscaped. Cent. heat r-
J. M. Fields, 1409 N.W. 23rd 58th St. FR 0-3569. 17380. Equity $20.0. near schools monthly payment conditioned. HW floors ,y
$0 taxes and Interest
Blvd. ANGLEWOOD 3 BR. 2 taxes and $143 PRESENTSCHARMING including double carport Elec Kit.
WINFRED H. CRAWFORD by owner Incl. perm $98.00. The second a 3 B.R. 1 room
THE RETIRED couple Interested In Reg Broker. specalizlng in bath. Price $17ao $800 dow Phone bath house $400 down and mt GREEN chen. Going for only S23'0.
helping run a store In Cedar LAKE PROPERTIES --ACRE. Call 3122.LAW ly payments of $ Good financing
Key serving fishermen and tour. AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose professor moving. spacious 3729172.M CONTEMPORARY 2-3617. .0 Cal VILLAGE 316 NE 44th StreetOnly
ists. Must have references. GR 5-2981. bedroom study 1V4 baths. attic Four bedroom 2 bath home on
Write Box 1119 or call 2441 Cedar built in ..ndstorage. large lot in Gwynn Oaks. Large $300 do and $66 pr month
--. .Ktv.--.. LAKE FRONTAGE.. fan $80 drawer.month. vanity Negotiate living room with wall to wail I Income Property wHI buy very BR 1
20 Acres on Sand bottom lake brick fireplace. GREEN street. HJV
and old
carpet bath home on paved
MAN WANTED excellent opportunity I equity. FR 1062 N.E. 14th I DYLWILDBeautif If you are looking for a
25- North of Grandin Asking 5000. Ave. 6278 separate dining room family with income. let proper floors. Fenced yard. A real buy
for married age a good
man.combination One half cash. S. E. Sapp Real. brick and C.B. home Ig room large screened patio this nice 2 duplex at $10.0
Local established you VILLAGE
SUN 40. tor. Phone 4722000 or 4722220. I FOR SALE by owner 3 BR, 2 fine residential area which Is nice for family living furnished stOr .
starting fully per
debit. Good pay.
bath home, living lt wed. entertainment. Built-in kit $
LAKE Place for call FR with carted hw floors, double and
Write P. O. Box 219 Gainesville sale 2- bt" moftu Income. coiti
rm.. air chen. Call for an appointment to G
after built by appoint-
4416 5
Fla.DUCT p.m. con gaage. GREEN
het. fenced yar. open ment. Call Mary Moeller Exclusive see this lovely home. price Iltl You shookinvestigate
SPECIALISTS HANDSOME permanent home on Sunday. 1029 Dr.
WORK 36t Call
beautiful Lake Serena in the Ph. 3728282. FOR A GROWING FAMILY before you b.
Experience In and existing VILLAGE
new FR
Melrose area. Immaculate three Ideal 4 2 bath home 2-317.
homes, salary per experience.FR bedroom two bath residence and FHA House for sale NE sectionat SPACIOUSLovely located bedro. Manor on 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 312.431

6-4404. other excellent masonry buildings appraisal value of S10.0 quiet street and walking distance S. W. Area W. M. Munroe,
bath N.E.
WANT down payment low 3 Br. 2 near GREEN
3 or 4 Retired or semi-retired } over three hundred feet of S to Elementary and Junior High Associates:
( men to sell, collect & service local lake frontage means plenty of payment 3 BR. 1 bath car- and Metcalf low down School, School. Large living room lovely This beautiful 3 B.R. 2 bath m S. E. McLaughlin Frank Roby
routes. 40 pet. new commission room for several families. The storage. Call after Ig screen porch paymt kitchen overlook'ng a large ern Home Central He Roy McCann T. C. Douglas Jr.
81 40 pet. for renewal each price Is most reasonable at $25- 6:00 P.M. FR 6-4774. $10900 mo Includes Escrow. Exclusive fenced in back yarMM! for zLarge living room Fireplace VILLAGE

year. Easy. light work and excellent 500. Call Kirkpatrick Agency FR NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 call Mary MollerHIGHLNDS play area and entertainmei Fla. room Lot 1215al

pay. Apply at Room 9. 2-8404 31 N. Main St. bath Central heat centra air Central heat and air condition FR 2317.Acreage. GREEN FURNITURE

Manor Motel. 1 to 4 P.M. Friday BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee cond. Northwest. $ Call ing. Shown by appointment

Apr. 24. River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- 316-2. CB. Cent only. UPHOLSTERYFor

ADSCLASSIFIED MALE HELP WANTED: part 6160. COMFORTABLE LIVING 3 bedrooms heat. Cent Abilt in range & READY FOR A HOT SUMMER? 150 acres In N.W. areaS miles VILLAGE top quality workmanshipcall

time 12-5 P.M. Mon, Wed.. FrU APPROX. 100 acres located 19 mL and 2 baths, central heat oven. Ig concrete ornamental You can be In this lovely :3bro from University Rolling a n d
Car necessary. Phone FR 2-6443. North of Gainesville on stateroad screened porch and family fence. $1.10 Call Mary 2 bath home located partially wooded Road frontage J7Z-6HZ

NEED IMMEDIATELY 121. Approx V4 mile of hIghway room Ideal neighbr. near. Moeller. Excuslv.RNCHEES Holly Forest. Living on two sides Realistically GREEN GAINESVILLE
schools and N W.
frontage 1* mile of river spping. 61 room with wall to wall carpet priced with excellent terms.
MECHANICS. (2), experienced frontage on Santa Fe river. Ideal 34th Drie S1.5 and old brick fireplace. Family Call FR 23617. VILLAGE UPHOLSTERY
plenty of work, good salary Realtor
for development or Investment. RalP room and lovely built-in kitchen. 1508 NW. 13th St.
group Insurance paid vacatl! 0 n. $150 per acre. Write John Dykes, FOSSEY Call Central heat and air- ASSOCIATES Free Estimates-Pick "P and

Phone Mr. Elrod, Service Manager Rt. 2. Cltra Fla.. owner or call 11 W. University Ave. P 376-135 MARY MOELLERINVESMENT Ing. Large wooded lot citi J. Fred Gu Jlye ButterworthCol. GREEN delivery
FR 28433.TYPEWRITER at 629-1403, Ocala.WATERFRONTL0tsOn. "Selling Florida 1906" ed in back yard with u love i yswimming J. J. Wiltshire
Adding Machine pool and shuffleboard Multiple Listing
& Calculator trained mechanic, large VA transferr, old.hS crt. -
prefer trained Underwood-Oli lake.;Terms. Call 4755811. yr s T raIler
equity. Take of
fine location Gainesville
$2 Court near
vetti $100 week THE
products. per NEAR
per Will take $500 cash UNIVERSIT. Tree
and commission. Transportation DESIRABLE lake property 106 m Call MARY MOELLER bedroom 2 .
note for $300. Ph. FUN
lake with shell house.Contact .
furnished. 40 hours per week. on 312.363. Large living room with freplace.
Must be able to assume full Mrs. McCall 750 Mlck- MORE FOR THE MONEY. this 3 MARYMOELLER separate dining room
responsibility of service dept. ler Rd.. Jacksonville Fla. 32211. Ig. BR, 2 bat panelled LR. separate study away from family

Dial Must be sober. None other firplac. .ttlce garage. HW activity. Large wooded lot. Immediate -
need apply. Contact Bill R a no- LAKEFRONT flors. Wel. fenced corner. possession. I _:J
sey. 444 Harbor City Blvd.. lot. Foster. $14
Eau Gaiile. Fla. by letter or HOME NEARMELROSE 500. S d.p Step-. OPENING SOON! UniversityAcres
phone 25+7963. An lots to be one acre- I >
N.E. 3 BR..
376.4672 2 baths. LR. DR. Fam
beautiful trees. Call
NEED energetic men Interested in m. kitche utiL rm, car. REALTOR and have
Insurance field. Established debIts cetal & heat for full iforation.

fastest growing Co. In U.S. 300 feet frontage on Lake Rosa. place, <, patio (enclosed 1019 W. University FR SUN

Excellent opportunity for rapid nearly four acres. ), fence, lawn pump tre Member of multiple 6
r advancement. Good starting sal flowers etc Antenna, n M.M.PARRISH NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA

ary. If Interested contact R. H. 4 BR 2 baths large, screened swim R 233.FUN .
Announcements Gunter. days 3723694 or nights porch on 2 sides of house, modern RedfranksRealestate
376-370S appointment" kitchen oil' furnace concrete IN

13-Help Male or Female

Ity room & servant's room and Member Multiple ListingH. 7m fishing
bath. ,. ,
Wayn $1 99
LOST ten 8. white female beagle. full .. part-time dog kennel with 2 houses $500 DOWN-YES, only $500 down Carol Gardeir. Tel. Plrl. PHILPOTT? THE TACKE BOX GOD YEAR SERVICE SORES
Camp Tallahassee F .. Large conventional 1 CENTRAL "The Heart N. Main 372Lbt
Flowers BOOKKEEPERSACCOUNTANTS a concrete floor workshop. NE23rd Blvd. and with financing Central -. EASY TERMS OR G.inm. n
on collar. C W. Coalson 28581days. heat & AIR CONDITIONING LOW DOWN PAYMENTMAKE CHARGE Check with Oarl

.-511$ evenings. CLERK-TYPISTS Live oaks magnolias mimosas 15th Street 3 large bedro 2 bat i' OFFER on 3 bro 1 FR 2-171.

LOST 2 year old Dachshund answers REG. NURSES & LPN'S azaleas camellias gardenias, extra largo liing room & dl" bath home cvenient lati FRANK PHILPOS SAVE $355 on 15 ft. Lone Star Classifications to choose
to the name of Missy. Reward YOUNG MEN. degrees Bus. oranges, etc. Sprinkler system. 372-1551 Ing area quiet neighborhood SPORT Fiberglass ninawith Hurricane o

offered. Phone 376-0907. Adnx, Law Engineering. Fla. r fyer. oak. strip I liv room. Large screen porch. Home of Hunter Fiberglass trailer and 1964 49 fP
25-35 Salaries For sale by owner or your broker. flr C h o Ice Appraisal Johnson
open California ranch modern FH S1G75 Fishing Boats. elect starting
PERSONALIZED Personnel Center Open Saturday and Sunday loads at very ors wsi lti. HURRY. Call I ILITEODWOOD ...' . ._.._. $1795 frS
4 SERYICE 105. Phone Melrose.27th Granite writ Box 5- able o lil payments. Indoor occupancy. t see. Immediate ,: I "re Quality Sells Itself BAIRD'S MARINE CEE SwDII
after April
102 NW 2nd Avenue 2941 and outdoor lil and dini S. Main F Fishing Equipment
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention Call 372-6377 for appointment 406-M. Gainesville Sun.LOT area with U) NEAR UofF 3 bedroom 1 bath table 3 bedroom 2 bath. FlorIda 20 NW. 14th Ave. -6 U

to nervous or e'derly.! 10-12 A.M. 2-4 P.M. Mon. thru Frt. on Cooper Lake. Price $995. bedrooms with feet up cub CB on shady lot In excellent residential r se porch central '! FR 25011 o FR H FISHING DEAL.barrentme Safety Hems.
Easy Way Driving School. FR Terms. S20 down $10 monthly. feet ef closet area. $350 s 12 n. sf
Lie by State of Fla. WANTED BOOKKEEPER- spe. turn $1. c tt O I movi Frt. 5-6 Sat. 9-6 py Johnson
2-7002. Phone FR 6-0648. ious papered bats, fflon app*. $72 e m I T this b. Mon. Thru p trailer-. Golfing Equipment.
$470. Better check
OFFICE MANAGER nous ceilings gla shower e Call 376-017. Motor. A for
6 SPECIAL NOTICES apable and qualified to earn $400or OCEAN PROPERTY FOR SALE closures. WOWI what on this. Tennis Equipment.
at ,
HOUSE Inland Waterway COICEONE
more or do not apply. 40 hour on two blocks kitchen. Easy to clean co RED BRICK We have severalof ACRE tots, lust outside BAIRD'S MARINE CENE
TRY DIADAX TABLETS (to. week. Write Box 401-A. Gaines- from bargain.ocean $6.000 furnished. formica clblnet Built I t charming red brick !I, City Limits Beautifully 6 S. Main Baseball Equipment,

ly Dex-A-Dlet). New n a lile Sun.BTENDER. Reasonably priced lots on ocean range, h Dbl. I different price ranges I wooded. Terms.
formula only 98 cents.nova' si Central heat wi te t suit. All have !I Where t Fish.
See w
wanted male or foale. and Inland -
without air conditioning Want Ads POOLS
Drug Store. 31 N, ; Apply In person to Hotel Wayne Brown at Verle A. Pope corner lot. May ex fo frea US separate ft* ,! REALTY Sun SWIMMING

tanas. 615 NE 2nd St. between Agency. Branch Office. Cres- SP r on CL better .ALCHUA I Pius many many more.
St."GET irs of I ajtv. and 1 pm. or cent Beach. St. Augustine. Ph. fur t
p.m. to 10 p.m. (29-9291. Open Saturdays and $86 per VA or FHA Includes Member Multiple
caB Main Office.St. m Aria T. Smith
Sundays or Relo
p.sectetarles, salary everything. $500 down FHA LETS INSPECT this CIt I Get Results and healthy ADVERTISE THE
open Gore clean
Mabel a
Augustinet206U ?
At Pkbttc Defender for the :hier4iost.ss. attractive AGENCYP. Includes closing. $100 down VA ly located 3 bedroom 2 L. 1st St. 376-2448 Master Pool p C
Judicial Circuit Court. Thepie ; includes CONDITIONED home W.section. I 6
its nouseueper.. $25 wk. : cleaning
O. Box 51* CoinHugh Supplies DIRECTORY
want justice. R. G. JUST kkeeper. salary open Taste fully a SERVICE

Gainesville lawyer Is tcjuallfled. ). Waitress, salary 4 comm. St. Augustine Fla Edwards Inc. living room w1tlfra S ROOF LEAKING? si. 2-3171
JUSTISS will GtvMs 1. mechanics irate Dining r SUN PEAKING? W f
talents and energy to deft -e trainee hi schl. grad. 35 Houses for Sale "North Central Florida's Larges fia1 Only S21. Cad Is substitute for
the poor with no legal counsi<< trainee, hi schl grad. Developer fir 37617. There no
b service. c.nGAINESIL ad in the1SectionPHONE372l
JUSTISS NEEDS votes ar e surgeon, foreman $2 hr. MR. MERCHANT: To place your
money to be elected. The peep o salesman Exp 3 BEDROOM. t bath home separate FOR SALE BY OWNER. s., REDFRANKS. REALESTATE
NEED Justlss. WILL YOU t. :-t order grill manance dining room. Take ad- lion, 3 bedroom 2 tile bets CLaude Realtor 3724296 ESTIMATES
your friends and send smal trainee, $100 wk. vantage of owner's having to built-in_ Iple double cr MRe Frs A WORK GUARANTEED Fun in
% Lssie. At. "
spacious rooms port t Myr BONDED SHINGLES
sum with iwme and address H e salesman. Levy Co. move <> nave paymen .
R. G. Justiss. 11 w. Univ. Aye UN ELL EMPLOY. AGY. & wardrobes In new home area sewer.phone Small down After 4 7 N. ..81.St. Phone 3764817 2233 S E Hawthorne Rd.
And GET Justice with Justiss.' 120 SE 1st Ave among youno executives. $lf.- DIY 3- Can 376-2T27
Paid Adv.: 1 Phone 376-tZM 060. FR 2-568. o 3164 )le

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35 Houses for Sole I 42 Farms & Acreage I 45 Furnished Apts. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. j jw '" 1lllllllllUlllIIIIiIIllWlllllIIIIlIllIlfHfnlllllllll''IIII IIIIUIIS ,1 "CURLY1

: Norwood | E. C.

LOS TRANCOS WOODS I Very clean nICely furnished 1 bed- AVAIL May 1st. 3 BR. 1 bath. !
HOME TRADEOPPORTUNITY 2.4 ACRE wooded tracts west of room apartment. Tile bath. $65. living rm., dining rm., & kitchen. i KUEHN, JR. I
Gainesville 1345 downtotal i 733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 4-0444 or Carport. screened porch. air conditioner I r SAVE! Hope 1"H" Homes. Lots. Income. Business
TIME IS NOW. price $1820. Drive west on New- I 2-9549. Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. central heat swimmingpool i and Lake Property
privileges for fee. i
sm. Good
berry Road. turn right on SR GRAD. or upper dlv. engr. student Inc. | I Farms and Acre .
WILL trade several homes in Palm neighborhood In NE section. i
No. 241 and watch for sign on wanted to share 2 BR a-c E.! C. "CURLYKUEHN.. *T- I I
We Trade
View Estates for homes in the the right or call anytime for duplex at 825 NE 8th Ave. $125 per mo. Call 372-7111" or Homes 131 N. MAIN ST.
10-12.000 price range. Visit Sales map to be mailed. I $50 mo. Marvin Moss. 6-2365 or FR 6-6201. 5 ] or Property FR S-203J Broker FR I-&SU I
Office Corner NW 39th Terrace Univ. 2984. 1 1115 NW 40th Drive S
Co-EDS. Completely furnished. i
and 16th Ave. or call FR Southwest and close to pmmmmmmnllllllllll1l1tmrn1111111111111131! 88
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr Butler Bros. Builders. 2-s.cs..1 10 town ACRES.$223 an acre. FIVE room furnished' apt. clean 374-3305 BR house.after$100'5 P.M.per mo. Call j ji i| 3 Br. 2 Bath '%__ -
& comfortable. The following for
42.50( per month 2 BR Ralph Realtor water fum. $75 We must sacrifice this are ready E
FOSSEY per mo. Adults only. no pets. 1 BR. house suitable for coupleor I occupancy.
Nice dead-end street. 2222 Our
yard. 1 too WATCH
-- inventory is FOR
House to Rent? SE 10th Ave. FR 2-4692. 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 Can be seen at 225 SW 2nd St.. one person only. $50 a
"Selling Florida Since 1906" Phone 374-4037. on Hawthorne Rd. FR 2-4742.nth'l | much-We will toke 3707 N.W. 21st PI. IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT

S ACREAGE 2 BR. well furn. 1st floor duplex. i $850 for our equity. 4BR, 2 bath. $700 down. S

PERFECT FOR FAMILY Quiet near campus. Air cond. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.FOR 1| You assume $17.000 $107 mo. Cooperative apartments to
WITH AN IN-LAW 300 acres. 200 under cultivation Accept 3 mature. quiet responsible Approximate be built In Gainesville. For
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS fenced and cross fenced 90 acres persons. 37'494.AIRCONDITIONED 1 mortgage. 1216 N.E. 17th Ave. I information call FR 6-2921
NEARLY new 3 bedroom. 2 bath pjsture 80 corn planted. 3 acres RENT unfurnished 2 BR I Hurry to take advantage 3 BR. 1 bath $350 dn. $19 or write:
home has one bedroom separate tobacco allotment. baL in pert. apartment. 1 house. $40 per mo. unfurnished | of this. per mo. I P. O. Box 13956
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit from the others. Perfectfor pasture water. N.W. of Gainesville bedroom and patio with cook- 2 BR duplex apt $60 per mo. I S
equipment. tractor, good out. Near Medical Center and Gainesville, Fla.
in-law or teenager. Beautiful Call FR 4-7444. 89 !
natural finish cabinets in kit- financing. good road. Call Univ. Call FR 2-3488 or 4-43oO. have I 1115 NE 5th St.3Br.2B 1442 NE 16th PI. University Park
We many attractive rentals { 3 BR. Ito bath. $400 down.
chen. Excellent FHA terms. MARY MOELLER, REALTOR 1 BR. 12261 NW 8th St.. $65 per -Call us I th
$15.000 with only $600 down includes 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 mo. Call McKinney-Green Inc.FR I S9Spermo.
closing. 2103 N. E. 15th 2-3417. MARY MOELLER, REALTOR I | Our Loss Your Gain I
Terr. 372-1551, 1. ACRE tract high and dry. all 1019 W. Univ FR .-..71 i Our must 4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI. g
Here's YOU wooded. 10 miles West of town. 3 Bedroom Fur H -- inventory
what COSTS Apartment. & -
Vacancy 4518 4608 SE2nd PI. g
your $308 acre with easy terms. Available within two weeks. three I be lowered We will
HUGH EDWARDS. INC per nished. Call 372-6755. 3 B R. 1 bath $500
Call R. f. Glaeser anytime. or four bedrooms. two baths. I 1 take $850 for our equi- 11-

EVERY DAY until it is rented : 38 Real Estate Wanted ERNEST TEW REALTY SMALL and ,hot clean water efficiency.furnished.Lights$45 near$125.00 schools per month lease required.unfurnished Call |- ty. You assume $13,600 per mOo' McCOY'SMacoma

2918 NW 13th St. FR 6-4441 ( ) 303 SE 38th St.304&3l4SE39thSt.
month. Summer student pre- Kirkpatrick Agency. FR 2-8404 = Approx. mortgage S Homes,
WANT TO BUY FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE ferred. Phone FR 4-5824. 31 N. Main St. | Hurry! We must sell 1

IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: RURAL PROPERTIES NEWLY decorated 1 BR apt. La- 108 N.W. 35th Street. 3 BR..2 I H now! 3 BR 1 bath. $500 dn. $" 1pr Inc.
2 or 3 bedroom home with dies bath. 2-car carport avail. now. mo. giniimiiiniiitiisiiiininii'iniuiiiiiEiiniiinnscni 3-
or couples preferred. Across For Sale. veryattractive
family room and 2 baths. Kitch. ROBERTS C. SMITH REALTORU.S. Near Schools. key at 305 N.W. H miffiunuiDiQuininiflnuiiininininntinninnni !!
from n
Adm. 4417
13th St. 1-bath
303 SW bedroom. home.
$40 mo. . $1.33 day Hwy. 441 Micanopy Fla.
per per en must be equipped. Central 35th St. FR 2-9484 after 4:30 or i ALL OUR HOMES ARE E. University Ave.. walking
Ph. 466-3110 2 Bedroom furnished trailer. 8 x
heat preferred. Must be priced Sundays. following are under con-
= OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY distance to Lake Forest
with reasonable down 45'. swimming pool. Call 372- structron and will be
$50 mo. . $1.66 day right pay 1 SEEING ANYTIME IF ready =f Schools. Price $12,500. $500
per per ment. Write to Box 365-A 43 Colored Property 1367 evenings.. $90 Mo.. 3 BR, 1 bath. carport. for occupancy soon. g
YOU WILL CALL. down and $79.50 month.
patio. Ig. yard. quiet street. Call = JUST per
Gainesville Sun.
1 BR. furnished Apt. Lg. living = 1123 S.E. 4th STREET Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr.
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day WOULD like to assume mortgageon HOMES FOR SALE Rm.. kitchen private entranceS FR 4-1018 after 5 p.m.NICE FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 3224 NW 29th Ave. I Day FR 6-7290. nights FR

3 or 4 BR house in Finley 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & & bath. Half block from cam- 3 BR 2 bath $750 dn. $102 S 4-5015. Office corner N. Main

$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day area. Writ P. O. Box 13872. SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay pus. Available April 20th. Couple i IJ1IIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDJIIIIIIIDlllllIUIIF per mo s and 23rd Blvd.
Univ. Stat. Gainesville. ment. Some small down pay. preferred. Ph. FR 6-7441 or
ment. Monthly payment $57 to FR 6-6112 after 4 p.m. R RENT 3236 NW 29th Ave. I

$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day YOUNG to assume EXECUTIVE mortgage would on 3 bedroom like $65. Also homes built on your $75 MO. 3 BR. 2 bath $700 dn. $91 =

2 bath. in N. W. section. lot for no down payment. Month to month rental ar>> lease to SEPARATE GARAGE 124SE7thSt. permo. g

$70 per mo. . $233; per day Prefer Littlewood area. Monthly Builder Call TOMMY Phone RIDGELL FR '-.125 suit tenant-1 bedroom furnishedApt. 2-Bedroom in nice home quiet for lease.neighbor.Located 5= 3BR.i Bath NEW HOMES
payments to $150 per mo. available at 1204 NW 23rd hood. Kitchen 1 Year Lease. $100 per Mo 3301 & 3311 1
Write box 405-A Gainesville Sun Blvd. Ph. FR 6-2472 Wese- equipped with I
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day stating address phone and 44 Cottages for Rent man Realty1113 N. Main St. Frigidaire refrigerator. stove NW 30th Ave. I
and flat top hot water heater. 4 BR 2 bath, $650 dn $91 = WALTER
price. 2 BR furnished apt.. living rm. Tiled kitchen. tiled bathsend Norwood per mo.
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day SMALL furnished trailer for rent dining rm.. kitchen. private shower. Floor furnace with I g STUBBS
39 Out of Town Property suitable for working couple. bath. Adults anly. Married thermostat. Window air condi 3236 & 3224 I ,

$85 $2.83 day Moore's Trailer Court. 2330 E. couple or 2 or 3 sober male tioned. Beautiful screened in INC.
mo per
per Univ. Ave. Ph.. 3764164. students. No pets. $100 per porch. Nice floors. Home com- NW 30th Ave. =
3 ACRES OF land. 2 bedroom month. Apr. 20 through August. with I .Hope 3 BR, 2 bath, $600 dn. $86 S
pletely equipped Venetian
house. other buildings. 3 miles 203 N.W. 9th Terrace one bedroom Can be 414 NE 2nd St.
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day seen at blinds. This home is ideal for permo. s
north of Starke on Rt. 301. Ph. furnished cottage. Couple only Ph. FR 4-7212. "H" Inc. 1321 kw. 16th AVE.
S small families or retired couple. |
964-5934 $58 a month. Phone FR 6-6188. 1
$95 $3.16 day DUPLEX. 1 BR near Univ. 328 More interested in good neigh- 3330 & 3320
per mo. . per 40 Business FOR RENT. week or month. 3 NW 14th St. Avail May 1 or bors and tenants than amount I g We Trade Homes NW 30th Ave. I PHONE 376-5394

I Properties room cottage on Lake Lilly sooner. $83. Call 376-5190. or rent. Call owner after 6. 3 8 R. 1 bath. $550 dn $ .JO H

$100 per mo . $3.33 per day I Melrose of shade Sleeps on dock.6 adults.white Plenty sand 3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent. I FR 6-5464. f| or Property per mOo 5

INCOME SPECIAL: 10 apt. units; beach. $60 per week. Utilities ,1-1 BR apt. 2-2 BR apts. 503 -- ---_ iiiiiiiiniiiiniiiimiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnniininnmii, nnT DmIllTJImmnllllrnllnmflllll"IInmnllmllrnlllrnn"! ? "I "We Trade Houses"l
beautiful condition and location.A included. Phone GR 5-2631. NE 4th Ave.GO5HcrWNI. ;
good living above payments
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR after reasonable down pay't. 2 BR trailer with large cabana.No 2 Furnished apts. $SS & $40. Phone I I
ASKI ARCH CAMPBELL pets. 3037" SW Archer Rd. 372-1823 or 372-3774. VLnf. 1ttht ? 1
REALTOR. Phone 376-5707 ANY. FR 25633. NICE clean 2 BR apt. with private 14CWf40t1 A Ut
TIME. bath & entrance. Water furnished

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS j 45 Furnished Apts. near campus. 1813 NW WHAT'SBACK
42 Farms & Acreage 2nd Ave. Contact FR 2-0139. ., \

PRIVATE. newly painted closein. 4 ROOMS. steam heated duplex
FORDYCE 3 rooms and bath. Hot and nicely located. Call FR 6-5821 or ''.J(
cold water furnished. Off street see at 622 NE 1st St. : I l
ACREAGE parking. No pets. 15 S. W. 2nd rZci I.
Place. NICE downstairs apt., close in. "
360 acres at $165.00. Over 160 acres Utilities & antenna furn. Ideal
35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale
of permanent pasture. fenced and 2. BR. 10 x SV Mobile home. for working person. 531 SE 2nd 1 of the
private fence 100 x 70' lot
water available truly beautiful PI. PI>. FR 22582.
2020 NW 31st. PI. FR 6-1180.
land. Small parcel available
No children. $75 mo. NICE large. quiet. cool first floor
FORMAL living room. 5e ratedining'
.FINLEY SCHOOL* block from. der 600000. Approximately 20 Good residential -
3 BR. 2 bath. central heating rm.. built-in kitchen acres. 2 BR. furnished apartment. No section. Convenient i to I ,I GROWINGDEMAND
and air conditioning fireplacekit. with pantry. carpeted Fla. rm. Exceptional acreage perfect for pets. 311 S. E. 8th St. $80 month. stores and bus lines. With i n I t Jv '
and hall. 3 BR. 2 full tiled baths I
equipped. 2200 sq. ft. living cutting into small tracts. only Phone FR 6-8961. No
walking distance of square.
located in quiet neighborhood i In
area. 723 NW 19th St. FR 2-8071. SW section. Call 3722371. $395.00 an acre. Over 100 acres 1 & 2 BR. 1 bill, from campus children. or pets. $65 monthly.
available. Call or consult
SAVE work and expenses in air cond. optional $76 $101 per Phone FR 6-5846. I
4 Bedroom. 3 full baths in
this Ideal NW location. fenced I Heights. This home has over Libby 2.- FORDYCEASSOCIATES mo.3723617.Call McKinney Green, Inc. NICE efficiency. 2 Beds. Screened :; .kIll-
a. landscaped yard draperies back. Electrically -
300 sq. ft. of living space. air INC. front porch. Open k -
ww CArpets. 3 BR. IVh' bath conditioned. dishwasher. and 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & run. $45 month. 845 N.W. II for
924 W. Univ. 376-1236
home. Big kitchen with pantry HW many other extras. If you need clean. For married couples on 31st Ave. FR 2-0779. tUIt I *

& separate dining rm. 71* plenty of living area check this 160 acre farm with ail equipment.Half ly. Adults no pets. Rent rea LARGE front apt. near bus line I
foors. By owner. $15.900. one. Will consider trade. For information mile paved road frontage. sonable. Call 376-7844. & stores. Private entrance $85 !
FR 2-3784.
NW 19th Lane. Ph.
EFFICIENCY 112 SE 7th St.. $75 per mo. Phone 376-5805.
Good farms and
HOUSE for sale air conditioned. OF GAINESVILLE. INC. Build- acreage listings.Call
3 BR. 1 bath Ig. living Rm.. ers of Kingsbury Homes. Phone per Inc. mo. Call McKinney-Gree n 42. 1 bedroom Trailer. Student
FR 23617. ,
Ben Griffin Associate couples only. Includes water & --- '
drapes wall to wall carpeting. 372-2527. nights 472-7401.
Ig. wooded lot $690 down take HOME TO YOURSELVESAIR garbage. Air Cond. Close to Univ. I
3 Bedrooms. IV bath built in kit. $75. Phone FR 2558s.AIRCONDITIONED S ;: S ;;: -' .
up payments. 725 N. E. 7th Ave.. chen on a well shaded lot. Minimum GLADYS SMITH, Realtor COOLED. modern. 45 trailer .. : : Sx
374-1148 after 5 p.m. 1228 W. University 372-5393 2 BR, Ig. refrigerator plus 8 x trailer with
down FHA. low
salein Keystone I monthly payments. This home 18' cabana. No pets. Swimmingpool. cabana 2 BR. On bus line to haid-to tfcliivs.
HOUSE FOR BEAUTIFUL building site for the Inquire 15 SW 2nd PI. I HOMES?
Heights. Fla. 3 BR.. 2 baths. 1 has strip hardwood floors. For family that wants to be outsidethe town and campus. $40. FR 2-2914. Ontq a tut't cujo
acre lot will sacrifice. Appraiseat information call THE JAMES city limits. Almost 5 acres 2 BR turn upstairs apt. Bath kitchen I I Th&t1Tht
$18.000. will sell fOr $14.990. j CO. OF GAINESVILLE. IN C. large pines good soil. Convenient L.R. & porch. Near Univ. 46 Unfurnished Apts. uJtu ]just a l kautttiilA.tatdL
Call 374-1148. Gainesville. atter 5 I j Builders of Kingsbury i Home location. Call J. W. Kirkpatrick $65 per mo. 411 NW 15th St.. oLptHjA I Locationand
p.m. Phone S27. Nights 372-7401 Agency. FR 2-8404. 31 N. Main. Call FR 24571.COMFORTABLE :2 BEDROOM large living room and hatduJood.
0ou almoot 100 howa
and private 1 BR kitchen equipped. Couple pre hov
ferred. No children or pets
trailer. Responsible students
working adults. No pets or chil or Phone FR 2-4857. Win tuUtllai Moa'd \tdtlt/liLUuuj lU I

dren. $48 per mo. Phone 372- TWO bedroom duplex, kitchen uou

SERVICESHome 9838. equipped. $85 per month. want toJt\ \ lIiftE4t.5 D I
m lb QualityI
LARGE 3 room apartment. Private See at 4144 NW 6th St. tlllnq faA t !

entrance and bath. Phone FR 6- CLEAN. Spacious 1 BR. apt. Part- J FticgA Atcutt in IhkfetnAmith
6642. ly furnished. Highlands area. $40 1iii iutj V Aand' I It Comes To

I LARGE upper Apt. Close to center FR 2-0992. -fU A I

And BusinessAir <* town. Reasonable, goodC0ndifl. 2 Bedroom unfurnished apartment L 10Y1Wq.Open LOCATION
$100 per mo. L. J. Mo- 1018 S.W. 8th Ave.. $75 Mo.
ratto 2505 N.W. 6th St.. FR 2- FR 6-2441 or FR 6-2930 Mr.

4957. Haynes. Daily Edwards Inc. & QUALITYWe

BulldozingSMALL i PAINTING 1 BR. furnished apt.. water fur- NEW 1 BR duplex apt.. kitchen S Hugh 3:2eSI
nished. 4123 NW 12th Tedr., $60 9 a.m.-Dark
equipped. $60 per month on a Have Only
I WANTED painling. Free es- per mo. Call 376-2641 or 3762930ask year's lease. Ph. 376-8372 days. N.E. 16th Ave. Cr 15th St.
bulldozer loader. dump timates. No lob too small. Work for Mr. Haynes. 376-7327 evenings. '
trucks. fill dirt lime rock. Top I guaranteed. Phone! FR 25630. FURNISHED Apartment for rent THE CREAM

soil. Phone 372-7844. with living Rm.. bedroom tile 47 Houses for Rent Furn.
I] Plumbing bath air-cond.' 1, 2 bedr 0 0 m
BULLDOZERS 1. Dragline. Backhoe Apt. FR 2.9569.EAST. FOR RENT. 3 BR., 2 story frame llHigliland Court ManrS :
wheel tractors. motor
house. Kitchen furnished some
grader. Free estimates. W. G. I SEWER INSTALLEDNEW SIDE
other furniture. See I
(Buck) Johnson. FR 6-4219. 6-2:3.120:: -
& used fixtures. S "
complete I
N. W. 9th St. Call FR ,
Heavy duty equipment. digging. plumbing service "BIG" ,JIM GARDENAPARTMENTS : .f : \
81OPlt0C clearing dragline bulldozer. Old HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumb- 2 BR house. Fla. Rm. dining .
living Rm.. carport. utility Rm .
inq FR 21589. .
reliable fir m. P"Melrose I .
I I' ..
475-4403. 14 miles south on 441. ,Call 466- .v. .

I RemodelingNEED $57 per month up 3418. ,4.

CarpentryWORK Gainesville's Finest FOR RENT newly furnished new- S ,.. .
5 5 f.iL4f '
ly decorated, well cared for homeIn -: -S
A NEW Florida room, ca Furnished or unfurnished N.E. section. 3 BR.. den. Fla. 5. :.i W'. -
wanted: Carpenter aesires port patio. screened-In porch. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart- Rm. ,full utility Rm., elect r Ic iP ,
work. Repairs. remodel In O. ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- kitchen tile inlaid -.5
etc. Call now and get it done S bath beayt'ful i PALM VIEW
Ph J10
for the summer months.. Call 9408. parquet 'floors'S130 per.mo.
372-8049 after 5 P.M. for free TWO bedroom furnished apt. Call FR 6-5542 for appointment. j ESTATES

ConcreteCONCRETE estimates. near Univ. & Alachua General SURPRISE HURRYI r''t I NW 39th Terr. &

BUILDING. remodeling' painting. Hospital. Ph. FR 6-7955. Gainesville Above average desirable HOUSES
block and, cement work. Good or write R. T. Stroud. P. O. for rent or lease. Varied sizes NW 16th Ave.
finishing. Walks. work. Good prices. Phone 448- Box 365. St. Augustine. furnished ami unfurnished. Some 1 $16,000 to $20,950
drives. patios slabs and shuffleboard 1872. 2 large rooms 1st floor, private air conditioning. FR 6-5816.

., etc.Call. expertly 37>.3884 done.anytime.Estimates bath. adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave. 3 BR. living rm., dining rm., $100 ....0
Conditioning UpholsteryUPHOLSTER per mo. 106 NW 10th St. Prefer # 5,
$45 efficiency private bath & en- : ti.,
male Green.
Cosmetics trance. Also furnished roo m students. McKinney -
with light hot- & cold water in __Inc. FR 2-3417. I FERNWOOD
your furniture at
ART BALL" Air conditioning POSITIONS open tor ladies in reasonable prices. Call Sally. best part of city. $33. 321 N.E. 2 BEDROOM. CCB furnished : MANORS
(Hot Air-Hot water) heating and Gainesville & surrounding area Experienced.! FR 6-9888. 3rd St.Efficiency. house. Wall to wall carpet. no
refrigeration. Ph. 372-1485. 15 For details call or write to Mrs. I apt., water furnished pets 2903 M. W. 6th St. Call FR I NW39thSt.Cr

Years Experience. Johnnie Turner. Nafl. Dist. Director I $35 per mo. 3505 N.W. 17th St. 6-7749. 13th PI.
fo> Vivan Woodard Cosmetics SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS Call McKinney Green Inc. FR 2- : 2 BR. 732 NW 23rd Blvd. $95 per I
Appliance Repair Cr pnon* 374-14M or 424 N. I 3417. mo. Call McKinney Green. Inc. $12,250 to $16.000

Main St.FIRE I do sewing of all 1 and 2 bedroom furnished apartments FR 23617.

Air ConditioningA1 r kinds & Dressmaking. Mrs. W. some air conditioned. I 2 BEDROOM 1 bath. Near Uni-
EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA c. Asbell 3436 N.W. 17th Terrace Summer rates near Universityand versity and J. J. Finley School.
I 3720455.ALTERATIONS. Medical Center. 914 S. W. Phone FR 2-1517 Sundays. Weekdays '
HANDYMAN SHOP FIREEXTINGUISHER I on women 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3442 or FR '442-1119. 182r N. W. 6th ;a WESTMORLAND

First In air conditioning and AppliancerepairsF CO. I clothing. also buttonholes. 6-2444. Ave. ESTATES

60267. Ad types Sales of and Fire Service Extinguishers belts & dressmaking. Call CLEAN and neat near campus I: ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom.large I Ii Addition No. 2
372-8891. and shopping one bedroom; prefer i Florida room month or I II
Pick and delivery service The Monticello
Service up married tenants. Call any- I 39th Dr. Cr
Appraisal C. R. Thomas Ph. 376-8989 time. year. Mathewson Manor. C a II I NW

Gainesville. Fla. Sewing Machine Repairs Ralph FOSSEY' Realtor I 4752981. I i NW 8th Ave.

REAL FRED ESTATE REALTOR.. ARNOLD APPRAISAL !' Mortgage Broker I CALL-SEWING VICE CO. 81S MACHINE w. University SER. 11 -Selling W. University Florida Ave.Since Ph. 1904"376-1359_ 1 EYES RIGHT I 1'low Open For Your Inspection I $20,000 to $30,000All

SERVICE Ave. EFFICIENCIES Se. real dream living hi Shadow > '
171* W. UNtV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 I 374-1075. We repair all conditioned Phone A. E. Harp Lawn S
FHA Models Open.
conventional at lowest
and Make Worn .
current rates. Terms to 25 fully quaranteed.Tires FR 65576.NICELY F. D. Oliver. Bid,. j ;: :: Don't fail to see this popular model this

Auto Equipment i years. Will gladly discuss .t no furnished convenient PIt.FR24$66 : City Services
Alignment week. Over 1600 feet of enclosed
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. downtown area. $75. Also garage West M NW 3Ttit Ave. past _S square

HYDRAULIC JACKS Repair rebuilt kits for 8. I 31. N.W. Main KIRKPATRICK.St. Ph. FR Realtor 2-..494 Brake Service I apt.only.air no conditioned.pets. Inquire$90.Lillian's Adults the. S Glen.. stow Springs MI left. inttrsectwii. :. space with four bedrooms two baths, and a -
Jacks. uthorbd I FRED B. ARNOLD Music Store. Monthly Payment
Walker Walker Hydraulic Factory JackSeryke REALTOR VACATION SPECIALON --- -- -- S paneled Florida room gives your family plenty From $74.38
Agent. HULL'S BRAKE FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS nationally known Mohawk of room to Spacious living room and
SERVICE A SUPPLY 1314 S. tires . Save up to grow
Main FR1<*y 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 5O'Ife on new tires. See our new this I
wrap around retread that gives separate dining room too. Inspect big .,
MORTGAGE MONEYS more mileage & traction. Utlmer S .
Auto Glass per cent interest. Terms to Tire Co. >73 N Main St. SUBDIVISIONFOR one with colonial styling now I Min. Down-FHA

AUTO GLASS to our only busi BUY 25 years.- BUILD REFINANCECall I WINDOW ,CLEANING II I MonticeHo Located at N.E. 31st Ave. and 15th St. i Nothing Down VA

ness. Immediate: Installation 823 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-251) ,
free pickup fc delivery. Add Dan Byrd cleaned. floors cleaned I I
beauty & value to your car. and waxed houses washed 10 SALE I
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA yrs. experience. Free estimates. SALES OFFICE
and conventional loans. Low Phone FR 2-5955.
323 NW. 6th St. FR 6-2558
rates. Terms to 25 years. 1228 i NW 39th Terr. 6-
W. Univ. Ave. 372-S39X I Sales Office Located
Auto PaintingAUTO ; i NW 16th Ave.
FORDYCE and Associates Int. At NE 23rd Blvd. .
Sun Want FR6-0848 Tel. FR
Conventional and F.H.A. loans Ads 2-9545 or
Minting 129.9; tune up with low rates and long term and 11th Terrace
$495. plus parts brakes mined Nights and HolidaysFR
; loans our specialty. Quick. courteous S
$15.95 plus parts auto waxing confidential service. Call BUILDERS and DEVELOPERS Phone 372-3471 6-9048
$11.95. MAli work guaranteed." 376-1236 or come by 926 West Get Results .
MILLER & SONS University Avenue. Grace For-
T32 NW First St. Ph. 372-0080 dyce. Realtor.

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43 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 61 Wanted to Buy 70 Boats-Marine Equip. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE __

I 3 BR home for rent. $100 per I I 12 FT. v-bottom plywood boat. 55 x 10" mobile home excellent VW. '63 Micro-Bus deluxe Ford -I- \
month. Must least for 4 mos. FENCE WANTED Bottom fl rolassecS. Trailer radio. heater model I I
buy. TV antenna air conditioner curtains
NE 31st Ave. Phone 25 H. P. Motor. and Ski Equipment low mile-| .
1117 37JZ63. .Falcon NO
covered call. ge. very clean.
Chain link preferred. Redwood acceptable. I I $250.00 374-5908 after 6:00 patio. See or Split front !
Lot FR seat. Price $2.15.
I will move It. Phone weekends. 1, 2720 SW Archer Rd. Melton Motors !
P.M. or anytime
UNFURNISHED 3 BR house. Stove FR 4-7110 after 5 FR 4-1117. 4-2848. 703 N. Main St., FR 6-7571. I 0 Fairlane I
2414 10" x 27 aluminum factory mad II
a. refrigerator. E. Unlv
Ave. Phone FR 4-5709 after 5:30 cabana. Must be moved by this VOLKSWAGEN 1960, clean, good T-Bird I DOWN I
' P.M. for aPP?. I 64 Household Goods week. Will accept first reasonable WYATT- mechanical condition extras. MILLER- II
offer. Call FR 2-0189. Call 372-5320 between 5 I 7 pjnlMM @ Ford
FOR RENT 5 room house In San I
ta Fe, Fla. Call 462-1923 or 442 MAYTAC. WHIRLPOOL & KEL EVINRUDE fast twin. 18 hp. Bring * VINATORS. New automat! $150 and take it with Trailer stick Trucks
1170. Earl HIIL YOU. SalesHome heater shift. WOO. See at =
washers from $138.99 Guaranteed. 710 N.E. 5th Ter 1106 N.E. 9th Ave. or can FR 2- 1030 E. Univ. _ _
321N. W. 25th Street close to New Refrigerators from $15888. race. of 1646- FR 2.3582 The UnexDected from

Unlv. 3 bedroom. I bath. New Freezers from $1395 Pacemaker Mobile Homes _ _ _ Ford
range and refrigerator. $110 New leemaker refrlg. from $279.95. 16'TURNER. Craft with top & 35 Shasta and Atrstream FOR SALE. 1961 Volkswagen. Portion J7 CHEV.. BeMlr, 2"ifr. hlrd-
Mo. or can furnish air cond.en WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL h.p.. elec. start long shaft Evln- Travel Trailers of equity and take up D Vmcnts. top. Power steering, auto-
lease at higher rate. FR 48565. THE VARIETY STORE rude Lark tilt trailer compass, Ocala's First Phone FR 4-1144. fOR THE CORRECT I I malic radio. healer. A real
7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR anchor running lights, new battery Dealer Mobile Home steal at ............. smFR
1948 f
6-3484. life preservers. fire ext.. 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. CASH for your old car. H & H Mot- TIME Mustang
5ROOMS. $125 per month.. ne.rUni" 2 6-gaL tanks. Good condition.57OG. ors. 1636 SE 3rd: Ave. ;
Stove l> refrigerator furn. FR 6.7645.WMOHAWK. Phone 429-1358 .
T-A-G APPLIANCESTested 51 CHEV.. Be-Air 2-dr. Runs I
Gladys Smith Realtor 122S W. and Guaranteed Ocala Fla. 1951 Volkswagen ........_.. $145 2-1411 perfect automallc radio. II
with two 3S
Univ. 372-5393. top 1954 Ford Wagon ......... 011 Display I
42 Refrigerators MOBILE $345 buy at $4'5
from HOME for rent. 45x10 heater. A good
$39 up HP Evinrudes. Electric starter $85 Call Farmall Cub ...............". S84S Courtesy Of I
.BEDROOM.I 1 bath. attached Ranges from $39 up Seminole trailer. $795. 1714 N.E per mOo 3744)097.)
garage. Air conditioner. Kitchen 17 Washers from $19 up otis Terr. 1962 2 BR Pacemaker 10 x 45' 502 S. Main St. & EQUIP. CO. University Chevrolet SHAW Ci '
I Dryers 51 CHEVY' (you choose).
appliances optional. $100 from $49 up mobile
home with j
f 40 N
x awn.log. M. St. at 16th A
mo. 720 NW 20th Ave. FR 2. 2 Food-Freezers from $9 up Phone 372-1437 between 3:30 1960 OLDSMOBILE Sports Coupe'I ve., wagons both have automatic ,
1685. 2 Dishwashers from $49 up 72 Office EqupmentGAINESVILLE'S and I P.M. auto trans. r & h, ps, nice, oood K E ET E R transmission. one with power
10 TV Sets from $35 up buy. Phone 372-3019. I teerlng. Excellent buys etI ,
SUB-LEASE 2 Br. brick house. Un' JIM VOYLES FOR SALE ..
APPLIANCE CO. Newberry Trailer ISts
furn.. fenced yard, Flnley are* 419 NW 8th Av .Ph. 372-5303 largest volume of, Park one mile north on 41. 4V* ]959 CLASSIC RAMBLER 4 door % 230 W. University .H..u. I
walking distance to Univ. Call flee supply dealer Cnesnufs I' acres. $500 down monthly payments sedan $395. 710 N.E. 5th Terrace. SERVICE DIRECTORY FR 2-0 503 II
FR 4-3875. USED APPLIANCES Office Equipment Co. Invites you
$70. See Ora K. Ball I
; RANGES FROM $39.95. to come In and shop, or call for I960 OKW 1000 $495. See at Am r. 8OCARSTO
FORDYCE RENTALSCall Refrigerators from $49.95. free delivery. Chesnufs Office TWO bedroom House trailer $900, lean Station, 16th Ave. & Waldo
our agency to find the TV from 3995. Equipment Co. 104 W. Unlv : one bedroom house trailer $750. Rd. Phone FR 2-6998. CHOOSE FROM
house you wish. Many listed. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. Can be rented. Phone 376-8234 EXTRA clean 1954 Ford V- Ford--
Also apartments furnished. THE VARIETY. STORE _Monday to Friday 9 to 5. ().mafic:. 4 Dr.. mechanical A1.

FORDYCEAssociates 7 S.E. tat AvenueFR For and sale$75.2 also used 1 Sunstrands full keyboard s& NOW SHOWING S29S. FR 4-438X 51 OLDS 2-dr. "ardtop. Au-

Inc. 6-3484. el Burroughs.ctrle. Call$55.374UU4 Adding machines, 2 .and 1944 3 MOBILE bedrooms HOMES., all Floor 62 T-BIRD YO U R C H 0 I C E. tomatlc radio. heater. power

n 4 W. Unlv. 374-1234 66 Misc., For SaleBEAUTIFUL Plans. Terms tailored to meet 2-tone blue with blue Interior full dependable steering and car brakes.......A.. good$.4tSU !
your budget. Drive a little and power Including windows seat, I
28R house tg. living rm., dining 73 Musical Merchandise save I lot at brakes & steering, large radio
Rm.. & separate kitchen, 614 CONNOLLYMobile & heater. factory air conditionIng AND
I -
NW 22nd Ave. Call 374-1950. colorful mounted almost METEOR, 4dr. $2395 SI BUICKS (you choose. l-
sailfish. 4'2". Al Home Sales Inc. new set of whitewall 60 COMET 4 4r. $1045
By Pfleguer REPOSSESSED Janssen mahogany tires, back seat _ _ _ _ 2 dr. and I 4-dr. Good
9 BR. 1 bath, cent. heat, built-in Miami Fla. Only $165. The Tackle ;- spinet piano. Built-in music 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 This Is a one owner speaker tars ... . .......... 135'
stove. Avail.. May 1st. $120 per, Box. 1490 Hawthorne Rd. Phone 422-1144 car and
light. Take up payments. no Closed Sundays has 27MO actual miles. Not a 63 STUDEBAKER, 59 DODGE 4dr. $745
mo. on year lease. :3904 SW

37th St. FR '-'711. Automatic NEW Zig Zags.1964 drop In down Center payment., 1025 Gainesville W. Unlv. Ave.Music IT'S FOOLISHto scratch new. 12,950.on it Phone and Ira owner lust 372-like 4-4r. . $1995 IMMEDIATE SAVE! !

BEDROOM CB. Kitchen equipped cams for fancy stitches buttonholes Phone 372-5421. 8441. ext. 24 or 374-2118 after 59 PLYMOUTH.
except for Refrtg. Space a p p llques monograms, ORGAN SALE pay more. RECKLESS to 5:30 p.m. CS2 STUDEBAKER, Wagon air $695 FINANctNG
heater cedar lined closets. Car etc. $SO pay I Ies GET THE REAL 4-dr. .
up. Easy terms. Sewing Of Christmas Left overs. All FACTS. '63 OLDS JETFIRE, R&H. factory . $1295
Convenientto Payments
port, N. W. location. Machine as as
Schools. $87 per month. Ph. Ave. Ph.Service 374-1075.Co. 115 W. Univ. new organs. Savings up to 30 $57.21 per month with $300 down. air, 4 speed transmission Tur. 59 PL YM.. Wagon $395 51 BUICK runs fair .. S4I AT

374-4340 after 5:30. 2 FLOOR length evening 702 per W.cent.Univ.Earl's Ave.Piano 372-2222 Co. LAKE GENEVA bo cond.charged John Pierson engine FR etc.6-3790.New 62 VW. 2dr. $1395 _ _ _
FOR RENT or sale 3 BR. 2 bath. each gowns. Mobile Homes Sales. 59 FORD, 4.4r. $695
worn once. Green size 9, Piano, I Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. 5' OLDS, convertible 4-In-
central heat built-in/ stove. Call SPINET used. Mahogany 62 LINCOLN,
orlg. $40, white size 11,
orlg. Now
87 Automobiles Wonrer the-floor. v-a flI8lne.
finish with
AVAIL.485-3811 May after 2nd.3 p.m.930 NE 10th $65. $30 each. Call 372-7348. Gridley Music matching Co. FR bench 2.5353.$395. 1960 front AMERICAN kitchen, lot 10 X 29 44', ,Hickory 1 BR.; 4dr. . $3995 59 FORD' 4-4 r. $3 95 only.................... S89 BARKLEYMOTORS

7. x 38" Custom built book ONE upright piano in good condition Hill. Call 372-3155.
Ave. Spacious 2 BR dining Wanted 1950 thru 1954, 59 CAD.. 4-dr. $2250
cases. Adlustable shelves $100. i price $150 or best offer.Call 62 FALCON. 2-dr. $1395
rm., Ig. Fla. Rm.. cent. heat. 1940 PACEMAKER 10x50 ft. 2 BR. and Chevrolets. 916 S.E. 4th 51 OLDS good clean car 1294
type deep freez. FR 2-1744 and
or come by
$90 per mo. Ph. 3744884. excellent St. Al Herndon ServIce
er in excellent cond. $100. Phone see at 1318 SW 14th St. condition. $2,900. Station. 62 59 CHEV.. Wagon $995
COMET .4-4r. $1495
372-0115 or see at 1110 N.E. 3rd Shady Nook Court. FR BEST Dollar paid for
64302.FOR your used S' CHEV.. standard trans-
49 Rooms For Rent St. PRACTICE PIANO $35. Call car. We need '59 models and 57 ENG. FORD buy at ISSI
mission. I good
.FR. fi.7RS- -- _- SALE 1954 El Car Mobile older. Seee Bill Holder 4106 NW 62 COMET 4-dr. $1495 ,
11,2 ton COLD SPOT alr ROOMS fur me Weekly maid er. $100 or best offer FR 43875. 76 Airplane Sales-Rentals na. Fur n I shed. Reasonable. 61 COMET 4-dr. $1195 CLOSED

service, linens and refrigerator FOREIGN stamp collection. Low Phone 374-5495. GAINESVILLEAUTO 57 MGA, roadster $745
furnished. 372-1185 or 372-1981. price. Call FR 2-4424 after 6
416 NE 2nd Ave. p.m. LOOK $2990 WE BUY 61 FALCON. 4-dr. $895
1961 PIPER PA. 22 -"108" h.p. SALES _ _ 56. FORD, Wagon $295 SUNDAY :
SINGLE or double room In large WESTINGHOUSEVacuum Colt. Super Custom Model 2250 USED MOBILE HOMESTop
cool rooming house. 2 blocks total aircraft time, full blind inst. dollar paid phone 374-0571. 1007 N. Main St. 61 FALCON. 4-dr. $995 53 HILLMAN I 63 RAMBLERClassic I
off campus. Kitchen living Rm. Cost $$79.9 new. Now panel VhFOmni radio Phone FR 2-6313 '
& maid service. Call FR 2-2724. $39.95. tike new. Wogon . $175 Let Opell for InsPectIon 550 station wagon. I
GUARANTEEDKIRBY fuel 1 tank. This 2 place side by 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals Northcentral Florida's SI COMET 4-dr. $1195 j tutomatlc transmission. air
NICE large room, private entrance SALES & SERVICE side sports aircraft cruises 105 conditioned, radio, heater. Real
close-in. Ph. 376-0264 or 712 N. Main FR 4-7110 or 4-1117. nvp.h. above the heat & traffic. RENT a truck one-way anywhere LargestIndependent 61 COMET Waq. $1295 51 WILLYS, _Wagon $225 sharp. See and Savel
312- 15S. Can be financed 1-3 down 24 In the USA. from United Rent- Dealer ARDEN !
STRAWBERRIES months or longer on bal. Call Alls 625 NW 8th $2095
Ave. FR 4-2835.
Large room with private bath 25 cents per quart, you pick them FR 2-6351, Cassels-in- TheAir, 61 CHEV., 4-dr.. $1395 48 CHEVu 4-dr. $145 I II
and entrance. and refrigerator.Near I
Inc. A I
Hayes Farms, Brooker, Fla. Municipal r port. Ken
Howard Johnson's Restau- Murray. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS
rant. Week or month. FR 2-4847. MAN'S diamond ring. Carat 68 I DODGEDARTDODGE

ROOMS for rent private entrance, points. Will definitely' sell below STUDENTS AIRCRAFT- PILOTS OWNERS AND SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP TRUCKSPOOLE.GABLE STREIT 63 FORD
wholesale. 710 NE 5th Your car's &
$32-50 pep power show Crane Lincoln
maid service. singles. $45 NOTICE
Mercury Custom "
with TCO 2-dr sedan. Equipped
up a tune-up at BROWN'S
for doubles. Males only 115 N.W. REFRIGERATOR. Westinghouse. YOU Buywe teach you to fly I with 4-cylinder
SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed N. Main engine
10th St. FR 2-9222. FREE. 1959 Corner
1950. good condition $85. Call FR Piper Trlpacer standard
ATTRACTIVE room. with private 4-7942 After 6 p.m. 150 HP. 4 place H. wing-130 809 recapping N. Main.& FR wheel 4-4310.alignment J 119 SE First Ave. 516 1 S Main St. FR 2-42S1 tr NW 16th St. J I heater. Sharp transmission polar white and fin
entrance In quiet modern home. FOR SALE 4x8 utility trailer m.p.h.-Crulse aircraft. 1005 Hrs._ 372-4343 Phone fR 2-0486 ish. Reduced to:
Kitchen privileges. Ideal for U of total time 100 hrs. s.m.o.h. .
excellent condition. Nylon tires
on engine. V.H.F, omml radio & 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE I
F Student. FR 27861.3BLOCKS $1795
lights. $125. Phone 372-4497 after _- II
LF. radio. Marker Beacon receiver -
5:30 P.M. _ -_
from campus low summer full blind flight. Inst. BUICK 1955 economical transpor. i
rates. Cheaper by the tri KEEP carpet cleaning problems panel a clean beautiful air tation. M e c h a nlcally perfect. Cleanest CarsIn
rnest r. For appointment to see small-use Blue Lustre wall to craft can be bought on the time Must sacrifice for best offer. Inquire I
call 372-0481. wall. Rent electric I shampooer payment plan with 1-3 down & 3 mornings, FR 4-0132. The rii; 62 OLDSMOBILE
I'AVE room for two co-op students $1. McDanlell Furniture Co. yrs. on bal. $4,990.00. Call FR CADILLAC !
SEDAN 1957 DeVIIIe. Payment
3rd Trimester. Phone Gainesville Shopping Center. 2-4351. Cassels-ln-The-Air. Inc.. i F-85 Attractive custom trim.
Loaded with everything. $550. 1804
A good buy at only:
FR 4-8314 after 5 p.m. SINGER AUTO ZIG ZAG Municipal Fla., Ken Murray.I Airport., Gainesville N.W. 38th Terrace. Phone 372-0481. CountrySPECI.4L

PRIVATE room with private bath rop-ln cams. for decorative designs $1795
CORVAIR. 1941 clean & economical -
& entrance. Avail. May 1st. If buttonholes, monograms, I I Place Aeronca 15 ...C. New paint ,
I radio heater & white side-
Interested call FR 1-397I. sews on buttons etc. $7.00 per new fabric new interior. 65 hr.
walls. $900. Call FR 2-7843 between first
mo. Balance. $48. 815 W. Univ.Ave. SMOH hangered. Mark 11. I 21 months YOUR I
4:30 5:30 P.M.
323 N.W. 14th St. optional= air- Phone 374-1075. $3195.00. Call FR 2-3543 after 60 VOLKSWAGEN
conditioned. single furn. room. 5-30 P.M. CORVAIR Monza, "43", equipped Convertible. A-I 62 RAMBLER4dr
GOING out of the busi throughout. -
share house $40 I mo, plus building with radio, heater white side
Utilities FR 4-8545. ness. Will sell all kinds and sedan. Equipped with standard
wall tires. 8,000 actual miles.
sizes of doors for Vk price. Also Automotive Assume payments small equi is due. ( 2 1964)) transmission, and air con.

WOOM convenient FOR to RENT campus thru summer use of door electrical locks lights and hinges.and fixtures Various, ty. Will consider older car for $945 Payment July polar dlttonlng.white.Finished In aha/.
equity. Call owner at 372-8441
swimming pool. Reason.able I also lalousles and awnings windows 77 Mobile Homes for Sale
rent. Ph. FR .-.711. and various types of mould- ext. 33 8-5 weekdays. 56 OLDSMOBILE These cars are completely reconditioned. Some have new paint jobs $1595

/, NICELY ta furnished town & u room. Phone convenient Ing.and 6 FR P.M.4-C848 between 10 A.M. SPECIAL THIS WEEK DODGE Dr. s-stlck LANCER.new Jlres.1961 mod-770 39.000 mU 4 Holiday 4-door hardtop, same have brand new tires. Everyone af them is ready to go!

I $895. Mr. Baldwin, 374-4404. automatic, radio. heater,
10x50 Mobile home and 50x100
FR 4-3981. I SW 10th St.
NEW Gibson electric guitar and lot, $5,078. I mile S. of Palnes white walls. 2-tone paint.
PLYMOUTH 1957 2 dr. hardtop
t oom. Men double or single. amplifier, $195. Call after 6 p.m. Prairie. All State Mobile Homes. V-8. automatic. $400. Phone FR Clean. 59 RENAULT
Separate from main house. _372-1570. FR 43052.FEDERAL 2-7445. STOCK I MONTHLY
YEAR MAKE Dauphlne. Brand new tires. A
2434V N.W. 2nd Avenue. Phone BRAND NEW $545 NO. PAYMENT
FR 6-784. Shown by appoint OLDS 1955 2 dr. sports coupe. puff!
ment. QUALITY HOMES Beautiful let black finish with
p6UNIVERSAL ZIG ZAG. good white wall tires. Clean inside 59 PLYMOUTH I $695
,32 NW 13th St. Men w. men makes button holes, appliques 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South and out. Automatic radio. 59.A 60 FALCON 2-dr. $48.00
rooms and apt*, near campus. fancy s'itches, sews on buttons Gainesville 372-5113 heater. $445. See Bill Holder, SavOY. 2.- door V-8 ,
day week, month. FR 4-2137 or etc. Only $88 or $4.50 per mo. Hours 8 to 8, Sunday II to 7 4106 NW 6th St.. 374-8445. straight stick. Real good 157-A 59 RAMBLER 4-dr. $46.50
FR 6-1082. Its W. Unlv. Ave. 374-1075. Free Service Is a must with us. condition. ,
4 .
'NICE Quiet bedroom for rent. delivery within 35 mites. PONTIAC CHIEFTAN. 1958 dr. MERCURY 56 FORD
good., $695 cash. Phone FR 4- 82-A 59 $53.75
Businessman or nice sober stu US .30 cat. Ml carbine. new con- 40MODELS 7503. $595 I 4-dr Fairlane 500. Automatic
dent. $35 per mo. 414 NE 2nd differs with 30 rds. of hunting 138-A 59 RAMBLER Wagon $53.75 transmission power steering
St. FR 6-7212. ammo. $75. Call FR 2-8248. RENAULT 58 < ,
good condition. Needs a little 59 CHEVROLETImpala
CLEAN quiet corner room for 10" ADMIRAL auto-defrost refrlg- ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE brake work. $95. Call owner at 36-B 59 OPEL, 2-dr. $31.00 new tlr L
man In private home. Outside era tor. In good condition.i $50. FROM LOWEST PRICES FR 2-8352 anytime. 4-door, hardtop,
entrance. Oft. street parking Phone FR 2-4457. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. red and white, red in- 202-A 59 BORGWARD, 2-dr. $24.006A $695
RAMBLER Classic. 1963. White, 2-
space. Summer rates. FR 1-3118.
MILL ENDS HENDERSON'S TRAILER MARTHwy. dr.. power steering. R&H. Can be terior. Radio heater power I 58 FORD 4-dr. $34.00
ROOMS for rent 1 block ,from MILL STORE. U. S. Hwy. 19. 17. Phone 328-1050 refinanced or take up payments. steering, power brakes. I ,
campus. Close to laundry restaurants Crystal River Fla. Only 1 Excellent cond. FR 2-5992. Power glyde white walls. S1-A 57 IMPERIAL. Loaded nice. $46.50
kitchen. TV privileges. hr. 15 mln.. from Gainesville. OPEN WEEKDAYS 63 CHEVROLET2dr
$21 per month. FR 2-0747., Literally TONS OF TOWELSand UNTIL 9 OWNER MUST SELL 1963 Spit- Like new.
MILES OF FABRICS. p.m. fire. Here Is your chance to get 33.C 57 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. $31.00 Impala Sports coupe. Equipped -
NICE downstairs rooms, closeIn SUNDAYS 1 TO
a real sports car at an excellent $1195 with power steering radio -
Price. Irregular
parking., private 531 SE entrance.2nd PI.oH-street Ph. FR Selection bedspreads Quality. beautiful and _EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA price. Call FR 2-3032. 134-B 57 FORD. Wagon $24.00 and heater. There are 3
to choose from. Coma
22582. one third oft. Lovely carpet (3nly 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES BRING out the best in your car. 55 FORD early
150-8 57 FORD. 4-dr. $24.00 and choice.
ends three fourths off. First I SAVE to $1.500 Superior Auto painting & body get your
ROOMS available with private or quality Cabin Crafts carpetsand BANK FINANCING work. Fast dependable service; V4 ton pick up. New tog, $2695
bath In nearest off ;1.1)0-8 57 STlln qAKIJt 24.00
semi-private rugs and Peppered sheets. NEW 10" wide -,obll homes flee pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S new tires. Wagon
campus housing to the center of Throw rugs $1.98 up. Tel. 79533 Town & Country Trailer Sales BODY WORKS. 2031 NW 6th St..
FR 6-3012. U-17 CHEV. 2-dr. Nice. 31.00
University. 9. :i860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 2-2290. FR 6-9707. $245 5S $

6 BLOCKS from University. THE best cost less if you heat-
Large alr for 2; also smaller room for 1. to replace it and get cash dividends. Rauferson
Call FR 2-0809. 105 N. W. 7th Call Fullgas. Your Phil- Spyder Roadster. A real nice
Ter. gas Distributor. Phone 374-5392. car.

cARGE cool divided room. 12 x AUTOMATIC Kenmore washer Motors $795
22 private entrance & shower. good condition. $35. phone after Ridgway Motor (0.
Quiet residential area. Ideal 4 p.m. FR 25469. 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD
for couple or 2 students. Utilities
& linens Included. Phone 2-3191 COMPLETE set Metric hand tools NO I

or 2-8903 for Import below. All mechanic car famous owners brands net& mechanics. price.priced DOWN PAYMENT i Home 372-5285 of A-1 Used CarsCAF.STRUCKSJEEPS 1132 South Main St. FR 2-8433 62 CORVETTE4speed transmission. 1-top.

51.A Wonted To Rent Phone 374-0884. I Sharp white with black Inter.

20 fu Ft. Deluxe-. chest tvoe- freezer. 59 CHEV.. -- ____ __ --______ __ _______ __ -- lor. This Is the cleanest in
-- -- -
RANTED unfurnished house outside Excellent working condition. Impala' 2-dr. . $8 wk. townl
of city limits. Call between Reasonable. Phone FR 2-0341 or 57 CHEV.. 2-dr. sed. $5 wk. $3095
8:00 AM. and 4:00 P.M. FR 374-4847.
57 DODGE 4dr.,
a-2877. AIR CONDITIONER. 14.000 BTU
nice. clean efficiency Kelvlnator. New $260. Used only PS. PB . . $8 wk. ,
WANTED apartment. Must be willing to 4 months. $150. 220 volt. Call 57 FORD. I SPECIAL CLEARANCE

accept small dog. Write Box 404- 372-1958. wagon '8', clean $7 wk. I 63 FIAT

A. Gainesville Sun.PHYSICIAN'S STUDENT LEAVING. 4 mos. old 57 DeSOTO. 1100' 4-dr sedan. Equipped wIth

J family of 3 desires 3 auto. washer $125 also like coupe, clean . $8 wk. I radio and heater.

home bedroom. Phone 2 FR bath 3031.unfurnished. new at 253-T sewing Flavet machine III or$50.3744979.See 56 CHRYSLER. A/C OF CARS THAT HAVE BEEN IN STOCK $1395

MAALOX ......... ... .. 87 emts like new . . $8 wk. I
52 Boarders Wanted Lady Brooke Shoe color ...$1.2$. 56 FORD 2dr.,

ODI'S PHARMACY --e new . . $7 wk. TOO. LONG!
116 Central Plaza (next to WInn I 60 k. FORD.
ROOM and board for girls. Private Dixie) For prescriptions & COo I 62 CHEVROLET4dr

chine.bam.625 N.E.use 1st of Street.washing Phone ma metics. I. D. L Drugstore.ALL extra clean . $8 wk. I IJ Our New Car showroom and service building are rapidly being completed. We are reducing Sedan. Automatic transmission

FR 4-4083. Double CHANNEL stack complete.T. V. antenna Nothing II J our used cor inventory and are making outstanding deals especially on those heater ,and air power conditioned steering.radio For,

else to buy. $15. Brants. I cars that have been in stock too long. this salt" only:
54 Business Rentals 511 N.W. 8th Avenue.
Jay BrasingtonUsed $2295
GARAGE space for rent. 613 S.W. rebuilt washing machines Car Manager
2nd St. Call. John Merrill Real dishwashers refrigerators. air : COLEMAN MOTORS I
FR 2-1494. conditioners. and for appliance
tor. repairs call Dan at FR 4-0247. 62 CADILLAC No. C3A. Six window 62 PONTIAC No. 038A. Bonneville I 62 MERCURYLoaded

NEARLY AIR new CONDITIONED modern office or First...1 HANDYMAN In appliance repairs.SHOP 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 61451Haven't1 Hardtop Sedan. Factory Air conditioner Hardtop sedan. Radio heater automatic i with equipment Including -

location at 3733 West Unlv. Ave. OPEN TILL 8 window & Low & factory air conditioning. A
transmission steering
seat. mileage.
Ph. FR a-2472. Weseman Realty. DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY power power I sharp 4-dr sedan.
1113 N. Main St. Chairs low as $8. No money White over fontana rose, 4 new tires & brakes electric windows & seat. Solid I

SMALL Dan Byrd.Warehouse 372-2511.for rent. Call down Free estimates low as $5 pickup per and month.delivery good spare. Clean in excellent condi- vinyl upholstery. Beautiful condition. $2295

OFFICE SPACE for rent. 626 N. teed. Phone service.374-7784.All work guaran-- tion. Reduced to . $3495F. Reduced $200 . . . $2495_
Main St. Phone 374-1480 If no. I

answer_ 372-1823. NOW gas. you Gas can range enloy| used.cooking Installed with You Heard ? 62 CHEVROLET2dr

JO x 40 CCS warehouse with restroom FREE with our LP gas. $45 JUST Super Sports. Automatic
63 CHEVROLET No. 0132A.
drive-In door. parking. excellent I
complete. Propane LP Gas. transmission power steering,
location. 523 W. Unlv. SW Archer Road. Phone FR 6- 62 OLDSMOBILE 98 Hardtop sedan. TRADED IN Impala sedan. beau- power brakes radio and healer -
Ave. In rear. $71 per m 0 n.h. 5110. No. 05A. condition. Full I nice onel
Factory air It's a
Ph. 374-1206 or 31''"'. tiful white & turquoise. Seat belts. clear
USED Chain Saws $50 up. New 1964 RAMBLER electric windows & seat. White $2395
MODERN Building. 5.000 So. Ft. 4 hp saws $89.95. We repairall power plastic seat covers. Less than 14.000
office space. Just completed. chain saws L lawn mowers. over light green. One of our most pop miles. In 140 hp 6
warranty. ,
MARY Chain' saw rentals. McCulloch.
Realtor. 1019 W. Unlv. Ave. FR Wisconsin and Briggs Stratton ular models. This is a real beauty. List cyl. motor heater auto transmission -

6-4471. dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR The Lowest-Priced American-Built car. new about $t>200. Reduced $200 $2595 61 E. FORDGood

. .. . . . $2195 _
BUILDING to Rent or Lease. 43411.CLOSE : Transportation

Call 475-5811. I On Wallpaper.OUT SALE 98c a Roll Delivered at Ridgway Motor Co. for $595

60 BUICK No. Invicta Hardtop
modern air conditioned ef- 19 S.W. 7th St.. 372-4344 only: 58 LINCOLN No. 0175 Capri Hard- P67A.
lice space. Individual rooms. I sedan. Midnight Blue in excellent con-
Large or small separate units. REMINGTON 12 ga. pump. 30 top Coupe. White & pink full power. !

Furnished or "" ",", Ished.. PhoM Inch barret fun choke cleaningkit. This is with lots of dition. Traded in by retired gentleman
Sercetarial service optlonL I Shells. and case. Like new a very roomy car i "IN THE AUTO GAME .
Off and street parking. $55 to $200per condition. $75. 372-8248. I I power and comfort. It is in top condi- from Keystone Heights. This car is very

_"'. Call LH Jackson. 1 IF SOMEONE In your family is tion. Speedometer indicates less than smooth very clean. Does not have power BARXLEY'S THE NAME
6-4441 anytime. Ernest Tew 1763PLUS
FR hard of hearing encourage him to
Realty. I enjoy the benefits of a hearing aid. 44.000 miles. For the person wantinga steering, and this is probably why it

56 Businets Opportunities' I GAINESVILLE CO.HEARINGAID big. comfortable car. Reduced to $745 hasn't sold. However, it handles very OPEN SUNDAY

410 N. Main St. FR 4-0095. easy. Reduced $200 . . $1195 !
A GOOD grocery stort. Low over. SIMMONS tf Mattress box springsand I ((2-6)
head. If you hav small. down frame. $45. Nylon 44 automatic )
payment and good collateral or 22 rifle with 4-X scope Top Trade-in AIIowancr
credit 56. me quick. lOve got to $50. White 25 gallon gas not water ?
M4I nowl PI*. FR 6Tn1.fter heater $35. Phone FR 2-6037. a compact I'
7 p.m.. and all day Sun. Call Easiest Possible Terms.
FR 2-0641. I MOBILE CONDITIONING HOME COLEMAN SYSTEMS. AIR 60 CORVAIR No. 095B, sedan with folding rear seat, radio, heater and BARKLEYROTORS

12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY on W. Phone -Dan'" FR 4-0247 I

Unlv. Ave. for lease. Opportunity 1 A-t HANDYMAN SHOP standard shift i .................... ................................................................. $69 5
for the tight man' to get In ;
Your New Rambler is
th. bowling alley business wits
a small amount of capitaL Call $7 per month. Balance $48. II
FR 6-2641 or FR 6-2930. Ask for ass W. Unlv. Av,. FR 4-107
Mr. H.-'". Waiting for You at : ALUEB & G MOTOR CO.i YEAR

61 Wanted to Buy 70 Boats-Maa. E4ul,. I

14 REGAL LANiER Cabin' Cruiser RATED G. W.Warranty.
WANTED: water cooler, must fee and trailer. Phone I-S6It. Ridgway Motors Cadillac Oldsmobile Dealer
priced reasonable and In gotd i 2201 N. Main St.
workIng condition. Call 312441.ext. 21-n. Inboard boat. Marine engine.

BUY.and sell all kinds of fur. or smaller boat. Can be seen atRstyn's 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 CARS 2001 NW 13th St. FR 6-7515
nlture. stoves refrlge. .'ors.clothes Service Station In Cedar : USED : .
radios TV. etc. Call Key. Phone 2441. Priced for I
f* quick sale at Sl.195. j -



Gainesville Sun Thursday, April 23, 1964


The Duties of the Secretary of StateNote S CELEBRATES NATIONAL

( : This is another story by ful Legislative Council, the Leg,Agriculture Committee and a the state's most outstanding
The Associated Press on the isl' ture's executive committeebetween bill to reorganize the depart- Democrat.

various primary campaigns, the sessions.In I ment of Agriculture, Adams was Adams considers his most significant .,
offices and the men seeking addition, he served as cited by the Florida Fruit and contribution as secre-:
them. Today's installment discusses -Chairman of the Joint Interim Vegetable Association and by tary of state to be the special
the secretary of state of the Florida Agriculture Council I the
Committee on Finance that produced emphasis given Cabinet re-
Florida.) one of the most compre- for outstanding contributions to sponsibilities of the office.

By DOUGLAS STARR hensive studies of taxation in agriculture.In He is 57 years old, married ESPECIALLY FORwSpecially
Florida history. I 1963, the Florida Young and the father of three daugh--
As a result of his work on the:Democrats Club cited Adams as ters. He also is a grandfather.
constitution, the secre-
tary of state is the second highest

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office of secretary of stateis I PLIQUED. NOVELTY r
one of Florida's oldest. The SHOP
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state in 1845 was to create the MONTHS.
office of secretary of state. t 'I WITH CUSHION PAD, tt,,
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His primary duties are the REG. 6.99 SALE 1.59
safekeeping of all of the laws
of the state seal and the state : ,Baby Sale 3.99Infant's 2 for 3.00
governor. He also is in chargeof I
the state seal and the stage :
flag and is custodian of the state Gowns "WEE NOBLE" INFANT'S BIRDSEYE

capital and grounds. & Kimonos RECEIVINGBLANKETS .
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charters corporations, issue s I HIGHLY ABSORBENT
commissions of office to elected;: REG. .29 REG. 44c -
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As vice chairman of the Cabi- good grooming.Enjoy lightweight INFANT'S HANDMADES
net the secretary of state sits ,
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unable to attend. Available now in a spectrum of fash- PJ's e .., DESIGNS IN DAINTY PASTEL COLORS.UP .

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In addition, the secretary of ra
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commissions. STYLES. ((1 PC. -- 9-12 MONTHS).
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the Textbook Purchasing Board, 42.50 '
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Florida has had 15 secretariesof MEN'S COOL SUMMER FAMOUS MAKE 6 YEAR CRIBS S

state since 1845. .. WHITE OR NATURAL HARDWOOD FINISHES a-- i
The current secretary of state,
Tom Adams, is seeking re-elec .f EASY-DROP SIDE S x ,;
tion. He is unopposed. r REG., 29.99, BABY SALE 24.00 k x.N
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