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 24, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
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System ID: UF00079931:00104
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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sheriffs report on the tussle with this nine-foot ::..
alligator. It was captured on Archer Road near
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Dave Starling, area supervisor for the Florida

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WASHINGTON (AP-Details Jacksonville the Seadrome,

of the 63 actions announced toNaval Air Station, Jacksonville,

i day by Secretary of Defense will be inactivated by January
Robert S. McNamara closing or 1965.

reducing bases, depots and arsenals -
'4tl jkMu and consolidating offices Key West-The: Seadrome, Naval -
-i R,, WASHINGTON (AP) Sec- include these in Florida: Air Station, Key West will beinactivated
i f.r' M, M { retary of Defense Robert S. (In the list that follows the by January 1965.

McNamara today announced 63 .
I contract administration offices PensacolaThe Seadrome,
< new actions closing or reducing are to be consolidated within Naval Air Station, Pensacola
K ,3V *23E&Sparks military bases and
? depots ar-
f the next two years, unless otherwill be inactivated by January
senals and
consolidating .
wise noted). 1965.
\t ? ,\ .: : estimated savings at $68

,wa7kAA5. ..w....... '"' million a year.McNamara .

said slicing awayat

: Fly: at Rally combining ties least, scaling eight separate down unneeded 14 contract others facili-, Kids MobJohnsons

monitoring offices in 29 cities,

and other actions, would yield
By HAROLD RUMMEL, Sun Staff Writer savings "without in any way
HAWTHORNE-Sharp words, a challenge and an invitation kept reducing military effectiveness. -
the race for state representative running here last night. Turlington Accuses ." _

Incumbent Ralph Turlington voiced the first sharp words. He tolda These latest moves in a three-
county political rally crowd of about 400 that charges made by
Foe of False StatementsTurlington year economy drive, now em- BEND
his opponent in newspaper advertisements are "false and mis- braced President Johnson (AP-President and Mrs. John-
by ,
son were mobbed in an all-engulfing crowd of school

leading.He referred to ads by Richard J. Wilson labeled "Proof? of the bring dered the closed number or of reduced bases or-to children four-state as they arrived tour."today at South Bend to begin a

Truth. of being the power behind the Civic Action Association to "poverty
"He has neither truth nor proof," Turlington said. The incumbent draw attention from his annexation stand and to maintain con- more Neither the President nor the First Lady was injured in
When added to those other the Wild Urolf-tirlcVlara
representative said he didn't want to take up the time of other trol of the "affairs of Gainesville and Alachua County." *!**- melee as: ff WU-? ; ors
candidates still to speak. In another race last night-for county judge challenger John moves, the Pentagon said, the crushed around them from all

"But I invite my opponent to stand here with me after the other Connell took issue with a long plank in the platform of Judge H. 63 new actions will: sides. However, several of the
candidates have finished and present his proof" Turlington told H. MacDonald.He Save $551 million a year in enthusiastic greeters were carried -

the crowd. Wilson silently declined to accept the invitation when the said that it's untrue that Alachua County has had a lawyer- operating costs.Eliminate PresidentOn out of the crowd and given
rally ended. judge for the last 47 years. 81,600 civilian jobs first aid.After .

And during his speech, Wilson made only indirect reference to McDonald's predecessor wasn't an attorney until some time after and military assignments. Of a fleet of three presi-
Turlington's words with "I pledge to present to. all the people the he became county judge of Alachua County, Connell claimed. A main these 10,056 will drop away asa dential helicopters landed out-
record of my opponent. issue of the campaign is that Connell isn't an attorney. result of today's actions. side a retraining school for un-

He renewed previous attacks on Turlington's votes on Gaines- Other sharp words passed in the speaking by candidates for Release 698,000 acres of real Poverty TripCHICAGO employed workers, thousands of

ville's'annexation and reapportionment. superintendent of schools. estate. for nondefense use. school children who had been
"This is the stuff 'tyranny'Is'ma'de of," he said. '*-.. ,' ; Harry Evans told the audience that his opponent'W. S. (Tiny)' Make available 61 industrial (AP President released from classes swarmedover

Although Wilson's ads were batted around the political rally Talbot "would be a corporal in an outfit with 24 sergeants"*if he plants for sale to American ) the landing field.
Johnson embarks
arena last night no one mentioned what the ads said.A is elected superintendent. business. today on a Both the President and Mrs.
four-state tour" after
check showed that the one most at issue was one accusing (See RALLY on Page 2)It's Fifty-five of the new actions "poverty Johnson were buffeted about
announced by McNamara at a raising about one half million and swept along by the crowd
dollars from Illinois
Goldwater Out 4fIroning news conference affect military Democrats at prosperous a party dinner.A despite the determined effortsof
activities in 29 states. fleet of jet powered helicopters Secret Service agents and
The primary emphasis is on police.
stood by at Meigs Field,
..: consolidating one to a city- After about five minutes
Turns Down Details on the Lake Michigan shore, to
a Weekend the separate contract supervision whisk Johnson and his party to Johnson lost his ready grin and

offices maintained by the South Bend Ind., to inspect a looked grim as security men
BriefingWASHINGTON Rail Pact Army, Navy, Air Force and federally financed retraining tried to clear a way through the
Defense Supply Agency in center for the unemployed. press of humanity.

(AP) Pres- Full, of PolitickingAlachua WASHINGTON (AP) Rail- many places. That is to be donein Accompanied by Mrs. John- Secret Service agents waved
two years. the President also for police reinforcements and
ident Johnson's offer of intelligence road and son, was
'-'" management union
briefings avert a campaign The combining of these officesin stopping at Pittsburgh, Pa.; had difficulty steering the
"knock- own, dragout"on County office seek- continue Saturday with an informal negotiators will meet with fed- 29 cities is expected to lop Inez and Paintsville, Ky., and President toward the entranceto
foreign affairs has drawn a ers have launched into the big- rally sponsored at the eral mediators at the Labor De- off 1,800 workers and save $18.8 Huntington, W.Va. the field. The pressure of the

sharp rejection from Sen. Barry gest political weekend so far of Gainesville Shopping Cen- partment Monday to start writ- million a year. The purpose was to plug crowd insistently swept the
Goldwater. this political season.It ter from 2 to 4 p.m. by the ing a detailed contract which For the time being at least, the administration's antipoverty presidential party away from
started with a rally last League of Women Voters. Can- will the Navy's 11 shipyards, major program and display presidential its destination.
Two other Republicans said night in Hawthorne. didates are scheduled to be on formally end one of the na Air Force and Army bases concern for hard-core pock Once Johnson was free of the
the President's it will continue when hand to answer questions, but tion's longest and most
they would accept Tonight complex. were left untouched.' ets of unemployment and eco- crush,.however, his grin reappeared .
invitation.The the candidates gather in New- no formal speech-making is labor disputes. The other eight actions nomic distress.To and he began a more
berry for a rally. There'll be planned. million in savings climax his fast paced
worth $21 a year normal hand
Johnson's tour
rest of the men on ,
eats from 5 to 7 p.m., and Saturday night will end the Both sides planned a weekend involve unspecified in- schedule, Johnson invited gov-
of Re- greeting well-wishers penned
list potential
guest speaking at 7 weekend.There'll recess after nearly two weeksof up
publican nominees remained si- p.m. public political stallations overseas. What will ernors of nine states to confer behind fences and police.barri.
The political. weekend will be a rally at the intensive White House talks happen to them was left open, with him at Huntington on the cades.

lent.Johnson first announced the School Administration Buildingon which ended in an agreementlate pending consultation with European particular problems of the Appalachian Mrs. Johnson was the first to
E. University Avenue. Food Wednesday, averting a nationwide region. Those invited
Invitation last Monday. He expanded Soviet Sides. and Western Hemisphere emerge from the crowd. She,
will be served at 5 p.m. and, strike which had been concerned. No included segregationist Democrat
it at a news governments was able to reach the exit fairly
speech-making will start at 7 scheduled for a minute after George C. Wllace of Ala-
like affected.
Thursday, saying "I would NATO forces are easily because most of the
to confer with them and have With Cuba pan. midnight tonight McNamara said in Boston last W.bama Scranton and Republican of Pennsylvaniaa William shrieking youngsters did not

their suggestions from time to take him six her and moved in-
In a White House ceremony week it would possible Johnson opponent in recognize
time on what the wise course to MOSCOW (AP) Izvestia Thursday, President JoL' months to determine which of the November election. stead toward her husband.

pursue is." declared today the Soviet Union congratulated the negotiatorsand 11 naval shipyards will be Thursday night, in Chicago, The First Lady said later of
And Secretary of State Dean will side with Cuba if the WHERETO urged both sides to "get closed because of heavy costs Johnson was saluted at a $100- the crowd, "There's nothing depressing -

Rusk wrote six Republicans anda controversy about U.s. reconnaissance back to the railroads and go to and excess capacity.The a-plate dinner by an estimated about them. There's

Democrat formally asking flights leads to "a FIND, IT work" so both labor and man- last time the defense chief 6,000 of the Democratic faithful. nothing down-hearted about

them to hear intelligence reports "treacherous attack" on that agement can prosper.It announced any base closingswas The President, who has said them.

from him Secretary of Defense island nation. Comics . . 8 last Dec. 12. The announcement he'll tone down partisan talk at The President and Mrs.
Robert S. McNamara and Classified 15-19 will take' about a week to came amid considerable preconvention political gather- Johnson toured the classroomsin
John A. McCone of the The U.S. military flights over draw the contract and
Director up no commotion report-
Cuba were denounced as viola- e Entertainment . 9 political ings, forgot himself long enoughto the Lulu Cline Vocational Re-
Central Intelligence Agency.The list tions of sovereign rights of an Obituaries . 2 difficulties'are expected. Thenit edly won reprieves for some add some resounding flour- training School and Johzuen
names on Johnson's : will take another 10 days couple of the
or bases including a
Nelson independent state, the U.N. Opinion Page : 6 ishes to his prepared remarksat chatted individually with stu-
Goldwater, New York Gov. so for the unions to vote their yards.On .
and Sports . H 12Women's Navy the dinner. dents on their problems.
Sen. .Margaret charter "generally recog- ,
A. Rockefeller, expected ratification of the contract that occasion, 33 bases
Chase Smith of Maine, nized standards of international . 7 shutdown Come November, Johnson "I'm mighty proud of what
involving wages, jobs and were tapped for or predicted the voters will be- you are trying to do to hdp
former Vice President RichardM. law. working conditions. (See BASES on Page 2)) stow "decisive vicotry at all yourself and your famity

Nixon, Pennsylvania Gov. The Soviet government news- levels for the party of all the Johnson said after a brief talk
William W. Scranton, Harold E.
paper declared in an article people." with one man.

Stassen C.and Wallace.Alabama Gov. signed by "Commentator," Gainesville Sun Receives FEA Awards Grinning, Johnson said he had
which means someone in high read in a Chicago newspaperthat
Through a spokesman, Sen. authority that Cuba has an inalienable his first presidential foray EARLY BIRD 'OJ'

Smith invitation said and she added would accept she wouldbe the right "to .take the For Education Coverage Editorialsnewspaper into the Midwest was taking GOT THE CAR!

necessary measures to put an him into "Goldwater country."
"delighted to confer with the "Gone before most people
end to the intrusions. on educa "This Is Democratic coun-
MIAMI BEACH The Florida coverage
President any time he calls, on "Gentlemen do not to Intimidate were up", was the reply Mrs.
try Education Association's annual tion. Television station WJXT try, said the President. "It is
anything.Scranton said the offer doesn't u.s." it said. "If Cuba % School Bell Award for editorial .car of Jacksonville was judged best Democratic tonight and it is Jules success Wetekamm of her ad.had Mrs.for Wete the _
is subjected to a treacherous writing in the field of public for coverage of education prob- going to be Democratic country
him-"I'm not a kamm scheduled her ad
apply to pres- for a
attack the Soviet Union will "
x. lems television. next November.
idential aspirant" But he addedhe education t. by week and found that after only
not with it and will side d text which he
put up In his ,
would attend the briefingsSee for 1963 was F r Norm Davis, of WJXT, also prepare the first day, Sunday she could
has declared this
with Cuba. It read Johnson said Democrats
I awarded the t received Honorable Mention for cancel her ad. A small investment -
( BARRY on Page 2)) before and confirms this tow" [Gainesville Sun his Four documentary should think "not only of the of $1.36 can be profitablefor
Project next election but of the next
I here last night. films-' you as it was for Mrs.
In another generation. Wetekamm. From Autos to
(I category, Clif Cormier accepted the awards, He said that if the party helps Unicycles anything with wheelscan

I That Stuff Was Rain? j Cormier, Sun Davis Johnson given the Sun before the 4,000 build "a great society of the be sold through the want
.4 [city editor and delegates to the FEA convestion highest order we do not have to ads.
[education writ- the editorials that received the in progress here at Convention worry about success at the
'It finally rained here this the only measurable rain this received award. HalL Ed Henderson, executive polls." FORD Jta 44oor. standard trwwmUslon. -

morningbut not much. month. "It's problematical if Cormier Honorable er, Men- The Sun was nominated for secretary of the association, Wherever Johnson went in New fa.,. G.$75. Phorw o d transportation FR 2-1154. j!

State Climatologist Keith we got enough in the rain can tion for the most effective the School Bell Award in b o t h made the presentation. Chicago, crowds with Democratic

Butson_ said he doubted the this morning to measure," he newspaper- coverage on educa- categories by the Alachua County "The Gainesville Sun was selected financed placards wait- Economical Sun Want Mt

morning sprinkle "did much added. tion, making The Sun the only Classroom Teachers Association for the award because of ed in the chill. Time and again, work hard at such few egts
more than settle the, dust in Butson said a dry spell at this, recipient of two FEA awards in a member organization of its very evident effectiveness in the President stepped into Place your family want-ad on j

most places." time of year-particularly during newspaper categories. the FEA. helping the people understa n d crowds for handshaking.About the 6 to 12 doy low rate plan! ICall.us

He said about one-quarter of the last- half of April-is Two members of the Sun edi- 't The Sarasota Herald Tri- and appreciate the value of education the only non-cheers in
inch fell 9 and it's and teachers view were a small' group of today 372-8441 3
an April not unusual. torial board Dr. Roy L Johnsonaed bune's Sally Glendinning received generally :
i .' .. '"f- ..:,.:;;:'fr- ,vii* HG. (Buddy). Davis, wrote 'the School Bell Award for in particakr; the citation read. .(See JOHNSON on Page Z) ". ., _. ... ...-..iI --

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= Mental Health Weather -Roundup, Disaster Aging Leaders May Bring

Rf t i+ Fair Slated HereAn .. :-A ;.CIft'D...1.-.1.I'. .e B .e Slated Exercise HereForty Crisis to Red China Soon ,

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C 1 By JOHN'M. HIGHTOWER that the Red Chinese leaders been made
ZONESB to 50 will be on them, The Associated
address persons
of assist-
by Secretary bers Carol Lanoux
State are seriously "injured" in an acci- WASHINGTON (AP) Com i believe they cannot ,be defeated, Press obtained from the
Tom Adams will
Alachua highlight ant recreation director of C, D, F Partly cloudyand pwytl dent here May 2. munist China faces at least two by long-range nuclear weapons State Department two studies

County's third annual- Gainesville; and Mike Kresbka, warm through Saturdaywith ee, major crises of leadership in -such as u.s. missiles-and if; one by Ralph L. Powell of

mental health fair-Tuesday; director"of the Boy's Club. some widely scattered 55L is eusar ;r v..a Local law enforcement agen- the next 10 or 15 years as its they were invaded they would' American University and one by

Adams, currently the Florida afternoon s how ers. Low tonight he cies and ambulance services aging rulers relinquish power to rely on their vast military man John Wilson Lewis of Cornell

Chairman of Mental Health "School Casualties At Your fa_ the upper 60s. High will rush them to the J. Hillis younger men, according to U.S. II power. One estimate is that fa University. Both met are ex-

Week, will speak .on "Florida Child's Expense"' is the topic of Saturday 85 to 92. Variable 11. Miller Health Center for life- intelligence studies on once- April 1961 there were supposedto perts on Communist Chinese

Mental Health Programs." His a panel at 12 p.m. lead by Mrs. mostly southerly winds 8 to 15 taQM 1'y saving treatmentIt's i secret Chinese military docu be 200 million armed and or- affairs.

speech is scheduled,: for 1:15 Don Allen, Panelists are Miss miles E. H -per Partly hour.cloudy through Saturday part of a test for the hospital's ments.U.S. officials believe the ganized These militiamen.conclusions and esti- In their separate reports to

p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of Margaret Rosenberger, C. C. Saturday. Low U tonight to fO. around Winds 70.southeast High Disaster Plan A designed changes that will come about in mates about Red Chinese policy the State Department both developed -
the First Presbyterian Church, to southwest to 15 miles per hour.G to take of local dis-
care : al- the
Combs Marion Bishop, Mrs. these crises profoundly theory oLcrises in
300 S. W. 2nd Ave. Partly cloudy through Satur may and strength are set forth in re-
Ruth Peek and Mrs. Ruth Sawyer day. Chance of an afternoon shower. asters which might injure 40 to: ter Red China's attitude towardthe search studies prepared for the the Chinese Communist leader.
Low tonight around 70. High Saturday weanGAINESVILLE
The fair is sponsored by the all of Alachua County hi the upper i0$. Winds southeast 50 persons. The hospital will: outside world, including the State Department's Bureau of ship in some detaiL .
through southwest 10 to 15 miles perhour. g test its efficiency in handling
Alachua County Mental H e alth United States. and
Intelligence, and
Association as part of National Board of Public ,Instruction.Dr. I Partly cloudy and warm that many emergency cases. I Two other points which stand based on military papers dear' Powell expressed the view
through Saturday. Chance of an afternoon that
Mental Health Week. Its Samuel Banks, chaplainof shower. Low tonight il to 70. WEATHER It'll be the second test of the.I out in the intelligence reportsare ing with both military and political though at some moment of

speeches, panels, films, and exhibits the J. Hills Miller Health southeasterly High Saturday winds around a to IS W.miles Mostly per -Municipal Airport readingsfor hospital's disaster plan. The' : 1. Red China under *,the issues which were :circulated -China future crisis the military in

are open to the public. hour.J 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: last time was in December. leadership of Mao Tse-tung is in Red China in 1961. might have the possibility
Partly cloudy through Satur.
Free nursery service for children Center, will be chairman of a day. Chance of an afternoon shower. High 92 at 3, 4 p.m., low 62 There'll be one major change.I' following a strategy of stale- In testimony released today, of seizing power for itself

will be provided by a registered 2:45 p.m. panel on "Opportunities about Low tonight SO on the 70 to beech 75. and High Si Saturday Inland. at 6 a.m. No rain.TEMPERATURES Last time the regular hospital mate toward the United States Thomas L. Hughes, State Department -I such a development was unlikely
Problems of Southeasterly winds t to IS miles per .. staff handled the emergency. and without precedent in the
nurse, Mrs. Carol Worth.A and Aging. hour.K ELSEWHERE while it concentrates on promoting intelligence chief, tolda
High LOW Preclp.ti This time medical students Communist movement The mil
snackbar will free' coffee Mostly fair through Saturday. Red revolutionary movements
serve Panel members are Dr. Deborah a House Appropriations subcommittee
Low tonight In 70s. High Saturdaymid
will be into to han- itary will more likelY'play "the
Miami so 76 pressed use
doughnuts and sandwiches 80$ Southeasterly winds mostly in underdeveloped coun-
Cogging instructor department that "the materials
Si 72 new
12 3o IS miles per hour. Tampa dle the immediate care of "victims" role of kingmakers," he said.
through the day. I New Orleans M 72Jacksonville tries, particularly in Africa.
look at the dark
of psychiatry and ALMANAC Boston 51 42 gave us a side: He advanced
The agenda includes a talk at Sunset today.,........... 7:02 p.m. New York 71 4S when they're brought in.More 2. The Chinese Reds are devoting -of the moon in Communist, the thesis that
9 a.m. on "What Does Alachua I Miss Elizabeth Dyches, instructor Sunrise tomorrow....... 5:53 ajn. WashingtonChicago 76 55 considerable resources to Mao Tse-tung, who is 70, "will
Moonrise .......... 55 3? China.
County need for a Comprehensive in the college of nursing. Full Moon today................ 5:20 April pjn.26 Kansas City 47 _55 About a program for developing atomic be replaced by death or retire-

Mental Health Program?" spica PROMINENT, below the STARS Moon. Ft.Denver Worth ti 74 3 70* M weapons though one of their Hughes also described the 1 ment within less than a dec.
The last
panel, "Consequencesof ............. ade."
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Sirius sets 10:04 .me Los Angeles '2 4* leaders estimated in documents-obtained in an undisclosed -
by Dr. Louis Cohen, professorand .a Criminal Record," will be Aldtbaran sets .......... ':10 p.m. Seattle 59 43 military
head of the department,oi at 4 On it are Judge J. C. (The brilliant 'star" well above CEDAR KEY TIDES January 1961 that if they got manner-as "uniquely I "But the whole top leadershipof
p.m. Aldebaran Is the planet Venus.) Saturday High at 1:05 a.m. and RallyFrom valuable" the United Statesin the party is an.aging ,"
three to five to group
clinical psychology at the Vi i- Adkins Jr. and Arthur Dozier, MARINE FORECAST 12:55 pjn. Low at 7:05 ajn. and 7:33 into a big war '
EAST GULF: Southwest and south Chinese Comunist he said. "In 10 years even the
versity.At pjn from then they would still assessing
winds 10 to IS knots years
director of the Florida Divisionof through Saturday. Sunday High at 1:43 a.m. and 1:17
10:30 a.m. Sheriff J. M. Child Training Schools. Widely scattered showers p.m. Low at 7:31 a.m. and 1:03: p.m.FiveDay have to rely on conventional strategy and tactics and in surviving alternate members of

Crevasse will lead a panel discussion Page ]I, weapons. Meanwhile, the Com- shaping U.S. foreign policy. the present (Communist party)

"Recreation and Juvenile Films on the agenda include Forecast munist party leaders take the The Red Chinese secret papers central committee will average

Delinquency." Panel mem- "The Toymakers," a documen He said that the Alachu position, according to one of the were analyzed by various about 65 years. Thus during the

tary film made in a progressive Temperatures are expected to period ending Wednesday. Normal County school system now has previously secret documents, Chinese language experts. They next decade or a slightly longer

i n s tit u tion for the retarded; average from seasonable nor highs and lows range from 24 persons in it that rank higher that "although the material were also declassified last year period, the party and the regime -

More About "The Dropouts," a Project Four mals to about three 81 to 56 at Tallahassee; 84 to 61 than Talbot. He challenged atomic bomb is important, the and were made available to will face not one,. but two
WJXT Jacksonville film; and at Orlando; and 85 to 66 at Mil. promises of cooperation made spiritual atomic bomb is more scholars through the Library of crises of leadership-the deathof

"The 91st Day," the story of aman's above with no important day to ami. No significant rainfall is by Talbot to the people of Haw- important"-apparently a state- Congress. They are still being Mao and the death, of his

BarryFrom breakdown and admis- day changes duirng the five-day expected through Wednesday. thorne and their high school. ment of faith in their own Communist translated.In successor."

sion to a mental hospital and his Evans quoted Talbot as say world view. connection with Hughes' report Lewis related this situation to

wife's struggle to get him the ing at an earlier rally that he The documents make clearChinese that special studies had "tensions" between the present

treatment he needs for a suc- intends to close down the aging leadership in China and
Page cessful return to society. QE>'lJ school.In the younger generation of party
tuar t5 his speech, which preceded 'Might members whose differing viewson
because "I like to be informed Five exhibits will be on dis Evans, Talbot said, "If you policy have been suppressed

about everything in our govern- play. Included ate: "Doors to want to know how I feel, you under the present rules. Lewis

ment. Mental Health;" the architects WILLIAM DIXON tive of Thomas County, Ga., ask me, not some agent for the estimated that "a group fully

Goldwater turned down Rusk'sformal drawings for the psychiatricunit he had lived here for 30 other side." Be BetterHONG identified with the revolutionaryelite

invitation-"for the time at Alachua General Hospital William Edward Dixon, 59, He was a deacon of Flemington years. R. D. (Bob) Jordan, a can- Eating and its strategies and techniques

being. ; "A Typical Experiencewith Micanopy, was pronounced dead Baptist Church and didate for sheriff, threw a challenge could carry on, for at
"If the Republican convention the Commitment Process on arrival at Alachua General a member at Sheriff Joe Crevasse "
least another 10 to 15
of Micanopy Masonic Lodge I KONG (AP) The comprising rice, sweet potatoesand years.
nominates me I will, of course, in Alachua County;" "Creative Hospital yesterday after suffering to make a detailed breakdownof He concluded therefore that
critical food situation in millet.A i
expect that the regular brief- Activities In the Helping Process f an apparent heart at- 29.Funeral his budget public. Jordan once "a sharp break in the revolutionary
ings made available to other ;" and "The Projects and tack while working.He services will be at 3 said he had asked for one, but Communist. China appears to healthy man consumes traditions of Mao's inner
p.m. tomorrow at graveside in have slightly but it remains about one of rice
improved catty daily.
candidates in the will be ,
past Materials from the ExceptionalChild was a carpenter. A naCivil could get only a generalized circle in the (Communist
Shiloh Cemetery near Flemington a riddle to the outsIde One can buy food on the official
discussed i
by us as a separate Program in Alachua Coun- budget that's on file with the
party) political bureau is not
matter he said. with Rev. P. E. Giffin and Commission. world. open market, but only those
ty Public Schools. Rev. D. V. McAllister' County I probable for five or 10 years."
officiat- who receive
But at this point in the campaign RightsAmendment He, said he wanted to know I Official Chinese Communist remittances from I
ing. Williams-Thomas is in friends
he said the proposal is why the sheriff's office budge. statements, accounts given by overseascan Who's JUSTISS
More About charge. afford this food.j!I
unwise. rose from $173,980 in 1965 57,: from Red China and What's
refugees a
Pallbearers will be Martin
While an importer of wheat
"Members of the Congressand to $282,565 this year-in spiteof
Chitty, Willie Chitty, Charles facts generally known are some- and rice Peking has PUBLIC DEFENDER?
kept exporting -
the Senate are not without annexation and its accompanying -i
information" Goldwater said. Basesj.iom Spurs Hope Filmer, J. L. Feaster, Jr., major expansion of the; times diametrically contradic! food abroad, even during : Who, CARES?
Richard Feaster tory. orange blue and 'gold fiandb!!)
"Much of the top secret.xnater- : and Glenn Gainesville police force. the critical famine years of i around town & Sun classified sec 6.

rial that the Pentagon has-been WASHINGTON (AP) -, A Feaster. Most other candidates speak I' The Chinese Communist press 195962. I Pd. AllY.pIf .

releasing for political purposes 1 leadership-sponsored jury trial Survivors include his widow, ing last night stood on the has painted a rosy picture about .. .
Page .... . .
recently has been known to us amendment to the civil rights Mrs. Elizabeth- Feaster Dixon; records and reiterated thei r food production yet no general : f.";;:......'..!...'.. ::>, :. ::4 .H"I"j.r :;!.'F" Y''. .'> ,!?,::. :...!::*.,!?*'..'

too-but we have not tried to substantial reduction over.a period -bill sparked hopes today of two ty Yawn daughters and Mrs. Anita, Mrs.Beck Bet- stands voiced at earlier rallies increase in food rations has ;:'I..t'i:;::.s'eemsa:: ) '" .tll.n'I S t" '.', : .

or wanted to violate secrecy by of 3tt years::Altbut: seven cracking the Senate's impasseover I both of three around the county. been reported. ,.<, ..:<.'.'" .. : .' <.<- t u
throwing the data around the measure. ; sons, Only one candidate Lass .
as in
the United
are States. "
freely as this administration Sens. Mike Mansfield and Everett -Wesley, Ocala, and John A. and ter Mason, who's running for The Communists have bought (people drink ;

has been." Up to today's actions, the Pen- M. Dirksen, the Demo- W. Paul, both of Micanopy; and the school board wasn't on grain from abroad but have I ,

tagon reported, 494 major in- cratic and Republican leaders; two sisters, Mrs. H. F. Chitty, hand to speak. He arrived as continued to export rice, the L:: .' ',.,: .
,. .... .... .' .... y
food. \ t
Gainesville Sun ': stallations had been ordered prepared. to introduce the Flemington, and Mrs. Rosa the rally ended. I Chinese people's staple .n.tA1M..n ri & 'oj' .Lbd: L

) closed reduced, with annual amendment 33 the Senate debate -Lee Padgett, Jacksonville. Other candidates on hand to For years, Red China has t

Published cvenlnas except I savings pegged at $455 million. -entered' its 39th day. speak at the American Legion been Hong Kong's biggest .supplier OLD
Saturday and Sunday morn- planned to it MRS. ALICE LOVE sponsored rally and to eat bar-
ings by the Gainesville 'Pub- McNamara estimated last They present as of foodstuffs, yet Hong 1D
lishing Company at 101 SE winter that the base trimmings a substitute for, one offered ear I WASHINGTON, W C. Fu- becue prepared by the legion Kong sends hundreds of thousands RICIWRrNHep

2nd Place/ Gainesville. Florida then contemplated would cut Her by Sen. Herman Talmadge, neral services for Mrs. Alice I were: of food parcels to the
entered as second class Incumbent County Commissioner -
matter at the Post Office at 70,000 civilian workers from the D-Ga., acting for Southern foes Townsend Love,. wife of Brig. Sidney Martin and mainland every month.
Gainesville. Flordl.CIRCULATION/ rolls.It of the legislation. Gen. Albert G. Love, are to be : HICIOK
his Leiman Batten. Communist claims of
opponent Despite
The efforts to resolve the jury Monday at 10 a.m. in the Chapel
CARRIER OR RATES MAIL BY has been Pentagon policy to trial issue were only part of the of Arlington Cemetery. Incumbent mmissioner bumper crops, basic rations for
absorb as much of the worker moves afoot to' work out com- Claude Brandon and his opponents the ordinary people in major America's Most Magnificent Bourbon '": A

1 Week .45 reductions as possible through promises and get the civil rights Survivors include a son, Dr. James Wershow and cities have remained unchangedfrom .;' "" "< < '. 'v. ':
T :. $ "
3 Me. $5.85 Albert G. Love, of Gainesville. Arthur .tif '
Thompson. 24 to 26 catties
per -
attrition and a freeze on hiringat bill off dead center.
All mail subset iptions must other installations. But growing signs of optimism Dr. Love and his wife will attend .- Incumbent Commissioner month. One catty is equivalentto :Wifd.! (.' ..10 years light!
be paid in advance. the funeral services, to be 'Edgar Johnson and his challenger 1 1.3 pounds.In ..:? '::-'Y' ., ;" J l'J J
were evident, and were :>>;: ;.';... ....1. ". ,
Employes displaced by base conducted by Rev. Bern a rd Dashwood Hicks. : :: 10: Ii
:W >
: "
Member of Audit Bureau : ears me
ofCircultion. noted the : .
by bipartisan floor F.
closings are generally offered a I Brascamp, chaplain.of the u.s. Incumbent School Board rural areas rations are .d .:->:' ::>:'d.(.:<. .:........ Y '...''::.w'"" ;. .:,f.-. <... u' .. : :
crack at openings! elsewhere in Hubert H. Humphrey, D-Minn., House of Representatives. member Willard Williams and :smaller and inferior in quality. atck., ,:,. >, "' >" :.;..:, }..:, .. :::... .' '".m ",,, =
All material contained harem to I and Thomas H. Kuchel, R-Calif. localities tt mats CU'STMIGMT eOUKECI BHISKfM MMf'O8 KICKCn/ UITUIU ca.: M.\
production In Whole or In part Is the government complex. The his opponent, Jack Zimmerman. :.[n some montly rations -
the property of th. Gainesville I While details were not dis- More About low 10 catties
.. Defense Department also has Jasper Joiner, who's opposing are as as I
Publishing Company (c) 164. R :closed fa advance indicationswere
strictly forbidden without the written done some retraining, to give the Lassiter Mason for
permission el the publisher. ousted workers new skills. that the Mansfield-Dirksen a seat on' the school board.
----- --------- ---- proposal would be along the LacPs
JohnsonFrom R. A. (Buzzy) Green the Digging MEET
lines of
a compromise provisionthat TONIGHT
incumbent public defender, and
NEED A BUILDING? helped win passage of, the his opponent, R. G. (Chief) Jus- Stirs InterestSTUART
1957 Civil Rights Act. tiss.
Under the 1957 act, a person Page 1 I Fla. (AP) Aschoolboy's
Incumbent Tax AssessorJ.
WE WILL BUILD AND RENT TO SUITABLE convicted of contempt for vio- o .- patient digging tinder ; ra with other
Pierce Smith and Claude
TENANT IN GOOD WEST UNIVERSITYAVE. !ilating an injunction against discriminatory -civil rights pickets who paraded M. (Red) Franks. an old house at Hutchinson ;d:. t. x persons who are
denial of voting! behind police barricades. outside Island, Fla., shed light on the
spokesman gub-
I rights can obtain a retrial be- McCormick Place, site of natorial candidate Fred O. region's past and gave him a HAYDONBURNS

Full Details Call fore a jury if sentenced by a the Democratic party dinner. (Bud) Dickinson who said boost toward a career in arch- t

I judge to more than 45 days or Driving past, Johnson got onlya Dickinson wants to make author -aelogy. ;

BLACK ACRES INC. I fined more than $300. ing glimpse marchers.of the banner-carry- Marjorie Kinnan Raw lIngs State Museum officials said ?Y :'::1 WORKERSat
Dirksen told that
newsmen home at Cross Creek a they would give Scott Feaster I
I once his and Mansfield's substi- noisier was the carefully I ,
376-4184 state memorial. g P
i it
tute for Talmadge's amendment timed fireworks display a chance to put his talents to I i ?,,5.'i
that work on one of Florida's known a
erupted along the lakefrontas
: is called he
up, thought the
Johnson left the hall. With UniversityReading Indian artifact mounds.
jury trial issue could be dis
"MORE PROGRESS FOR posed of quickly.Rockets rockets bursting aloft, the presidential Plan The Martin County high i'r, :
YOUR TAX DOLLAR"ELECT I limousine slowed to a school senior delved carefully
,crawl so Johnson could !
:i' ; GetReWorking see DELAWARE Ohio AP from November to March in, The
( )
earthbound Gainesville
E displays a fiery s
{j. ? five pits under "House of Refuge -!
i American flag, a Texas hat anda Ohio W e s ley an University, Burns for Governor
believed built in the middle !
Dashwood Hicks I 1"P'A portrait of the President. which has revised curricula to
't I 1800s on the Atlantic coastal -i tiI Headquarters
CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. Johnson's' tour of distressedareas put more emphasis on individu- -
BUSINESS MAN I announced al research and study, is starting island. He brought up pottery I' ,
I (APThor missiles, 60 of was onlyThursday
I fragments as well as the remains -. 301 S.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER ,which were stationed In Great and the final schedule a voluntary reading pro- Main
of bird and animal
1 ocean,
Britain as a stopgap measure I was not nailed down until gram[ on a 2; -year trial basis. Pd.
ALACHUA life. Ad
COUNTY until the United States develop !early today. It embraced a lira Each of the university's-

DISTRICT 3 AT LARGE ed intercontinental range rockets I tic round of helicopter and jet demic departments normallyin -

-Vote For Sound Progressive Government. I are being converted for flights, speeches and confer- alphabetical rotationwill
'4. Adr. select book of the month. Students
.I use as space boosters. ences. a -
Invited to meet with the PresIdent will be encouraged to read 608 N.MAIN .

I: at Huntington late in the and discuss it, and there will be COUCH'SSTEREO

:day were the governors of West panel discuss of some I ST.

Wanted Willing WorkersJOIN i Virginia, Maryland, Alabama, books. Because this is an elect t ; ,

North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee tion year, the History, Politics

Kentucky, Virginia and and Government Department is I FM HEADQUARTERS !

THE EVANS TEAM i I Pennsylvania. making the initial selection. j


are in high gear and need your active support! STABLE & DIGNIFIEDKeep j

4biTh! & $1J95

Work for HARRY EVANS your Tax Assessor'soffice t LOWS WITH '

-# nT I # :.._. operating in a stable TRADEGainesvillels

Ph. 376-6559' 466-3421 i b ., 'I KEEP J. PIERCESMITH Oldest and Most Complete

or Lj; FM Dealer Sales Service_ Installation; .

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j I : .;- 'i
...-: 'riday-A pri '24;-1964-'.-,- Gainesville( SunStudy JI

j Intitules SougHt on l Neiv Land Use Plan I Made Age Heaping .. .\ t u .ting Prof.the Melvin study under Zebuk is a conduc-$13,700

i'' National S c i ence Foundation
J Lie Ga"iIJe ague fen I Hicks: I believe that in the Orange Lake L o c hloosa COLUMBUS, Ohio (APA dency of persons to report aij grant. He worked on a similar
} Vtlt, a ;. partiI next few months this matter Lake Project, and continued cooperation study at Ohio State-University approximate rather thanactin project for the white population
f I ore liation:1Ubmitted I. will come .uP for Public Hear- with the Suwannee seeks to determine the extentof al, age in census, figures for II which was completed four years

\Iwo ed b3 its Vot- ing, and all parties, pro and River Authority and the other "age heaping" the ten- non whites. ago.

I ,\\t'ern; mmitB to all con, will have the opportunityto neighboring counties in the, --- '"
ua .y candi 1es who express themselves. Then the Gainesville trading area on
PPOn in the coming Commission has the opportunity these important 'conserva t Ion ,
a el in. to study before taking final matters which tie-in with our fi>:R tt
I' Nor>a:' action on the plan. If this planis recreation planning. avCr

lry ..iissionistrict3S passed by the Commission, 5. Harmonious and coopera- Are you employed .. 4a
each one will have to go by the
fq l- year tern at an ruling as agreed upon.I tive teamwork among all Ala-
I an>, of chua
$4,200. am definitely against spot County officials for the
T TfiLVJOHTES: zoning. best interests of the public at Sunlaiid? .'
\4 whom we are elected to serve,
I GaIiDashwood Edgar Johnsa Bcks of QUESTION: while at all times expressing
of kle.Stetistablish individual ideas and opinions on
a; What do you consider are the
QL'Kt \ xs major policy problems facing all matters. 1 or the University? .
the Alachua County Commissionin 6. Keeping those officials in -
zoning ig- the next four years? office who will stand up and be z
ulafy accordance with,a , cwnjhve plan" I Ai -_ ANSWERS: 1:: :
to replace Hicks: The greatest problems theMedical .:
the 'os d ed 1947 Alachua KJOHNSON Johnson: The major poll c y facing the County Commissi or ;:
to Homing I problem facing Alachua County ,
Regulations, for the next four years are ,
were.1n.June,1962. (eral ipctric Battery Plant;I Regula tins, together with the within the next four years are studying our tax structure, ,
The fected Is limited Metro Zoning District; the I land urf plan developed by our as follows, in my opinion: economy and ways and meansof : Center? '
Micanly District and j"
to AI ;ounty's six Zoning profes nal zoning and planning 1. Maintaining a stable and getting the most for our tax
distri ainesville zoning the Tlxler Zoning District, consulant and our own staff, be conservative tax base, through dollar, when.it is spent. Zoning
Zoning both of 'hich were formed with- effort of will be !
responsible -
Distric 'h surrounds the implemented by using these as very important.
corpor its of the city of in the 1st: year. a gup' to all future proposed county officials and the tax- I Or do have State job?

Gaine Ugh Springs Zon- Since\\p62, a Population and zonia changes, while at the payers.: POLICIES you any
ing Di icluding the Gen-, Econom Study, a Land Use same time being careful to at 2. Continuation of p r e sent SHOULD BEREVIEWED
t{ i Survey ad Analysis, and a Ma- all imes take into account progress in improvement of our i
jor Road Plan have been sub-{choges in growth and use pat- zoning and planning our roads!
PeGi mitted. Bsed upon these stud- teiis which occur in the future, and our recreation facilities for,i to make certain that HAYDON BURNS
iyers ies as we| as "present develop- sc hat our regulations and theu all areas and people of our, take limits are high enough of to
ment trejds, anticipated de- of them allow for changing county. ; rising
''Ad vice amounts awarded in liability
3. Increased
ditions.An emphasis on de-
-. .1TA velopmenfcieeds! and the development velopment of new, clean industry suits. Favors Paying State Employees Every Two Weeks
otentiaI for each oi
HjE: (AP)-Home- / integral part of zoning keyed to the University: For a survey of your insurancecall
the Zonin istricts A Land
owner 1Q bulk or bagged [fiulosophy and practical use of ': -
Use Plan to bused I' of Florida and the preservation' is they people Bur
wts prepared e! HAYTHORNEInslcJrance
organ pejaimed; to have his philosophy is the public :
fu, our natural resources. :urope, Iso favored treat
been |, tffej, plant food as a |ide in making 'health and safety, plus contin-
or ture \ ecisions. 4. Development of the New- Agency :nerica. for state employes in other
ferulii censure that the zoning ued watchfulness to assure, that nans Lake Prairie- 107 N. Main St. FR, 2.1433
If elected,win decision Payne's areas.
mate acct your
contains what the economy of the communityallows
SE in his
Recalling own days as
it cla'A regarding zing changes whf
for vital growth for to
requested be uided by the also in an employe in the state au-
? rtf stand still is to move backward. 1 '
ture1 0 m missioner Land Use Plan and Zoning I -,,J'. nay be diting department more
Doyl aid Thursday RegulationsPlease ex pain Adequate and dedicated plan- i This is a evelop- than 30 years ago, the
state !I f recd materials to your position. ning for the present and future MON1EY ic far Jacksonville mayor said
best interest of Alachua County
'hicli1iliz been s going I state workers should be paid
i to be Ssterech ANSWERS: is my continued goal, done clipping ause ofhere more than once a month. ,'!,
; mentigricui, the depart- Johnson: The'present a ifnr prospective -,,within the framework of our He also supported higher -
growth of Alz iua land use plan and zoning regulations Just tell us how much 1 Chile pay for employes at the
t, Sucaaterialj. said, bear,County requires that thef esent as guides in making you need to pay old Casla YOU Monthl 24 Ir Cash You Monthly ZcReaiw from the ly andt State Hospital at Chatta-
an anpved la stating the:carefully planned work f revamping each decision based on its own bills for home improvements Payments Receive PayJlleAb hoochee. .'
z year.
conte If sold guilt, the de- I our Countyjpning._merits. car re185.00 11.00 $428.00 $25.00 I
pairs, for all your he Far "I I am a strong supporter ;
liveket: nflcontain the seasonal expenses. 269.00 16.00 J 537.00 31.00 Tallahassee plans of I of the merit system" Burns

Infor___ n. Holland //aysWorld's Fair Phone for prompt, 338.00 2Q.00 600.00 34.39 ..dwatermdesir said. "I have observed a ,
courteous service.
:I faymeatz pxiude fatcrat_FtfD lPJI. 4 falling away from the principles .

WEN LOANS UP TO $600FAMILY Democrat tind of of that system in the

g.m. to p.m. II Pi eke tel/Insulted,Bryant .f 1.ill Ful-unPresf- government.executive branch As of governor State -

AL;TOUR fiORITE I intend to restore the dig
BRAND WASHINGTOsen.. ed to receive such treatment as h
and of the
If' solidarity
i Spessard L. Hollfld D-Fla., that meted out in New York." nity
J Liquo'J I New York chf rights dem- e him- s stem.nOn
: '
1 t WinetBeei onstrators were {{suiting and Bryant was barred from the FINANCE SERVICE, INC. ; > ". 50 long other issues, Bur
\ ,. i disgraceful toar/ orida Gov. Florida pavilion by demonstrators of Gainesville :h neg- ed that an est

r PAULa I Farris Bryant# / the World's Holland said. Chanting in- 204 $. E. First Street..............FR 6-4661 Pd. Adv.
the dedication
he said terrupted cere-
Fair. Florida ppts, ,
ire would be betttr haved. monies and one youth even 1
Pcjkage -- --- -----
climbed the 60-foot
II Holland tdd/he Senate high pavilion
i 1 E.) Univertitfy ,'* tower before police could stop
Thursday he Afuld be astoundIT -
r ___ him. {1 FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY
TIME CHANGE- I t He said Florida civil rights

S/PPORT/ I groups "have certainly demon ., .
VOTE and P;" .' M .
strated much .
more peacefully v :
I and with much better manners PRESEASON'
R. D. lob" :than those displayed by this

;young group. the people of
JORDAN New York must use a stronger{,
i :hand and enforce more decent

For S RIFFALALACH9ICOUNTY I;'conduct."I could not for a moment believe -i I AIR CONDITIONER

that any group of picketers -

in my state-whether white t
: black-could treat visiting
i r :xperienc Capable governor in the disgraceful way QnAUtY

t treat lea rship Ability that these New York pickets rr IS
PUL lE iR 2.0 tft Votin/Day May 5 i treated Gov. Bryant," Holland

I (Pd. Adv. !,said. I SALEKeep
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Thi is the foWh of a vt'd>.P/n 9 the PIan of Ralph Turlii.stop to become "Mr. Bi,'* -
Cool al "RED HOT" Prices! !
I, of Alachua c."t Ifll.,. Pri uA> Discussed GAINESVILLE: CITY GOVERNMENT

i l I. AN*X*ur* HEART OF PLAN)
\'I I With ontr c" the City Government of Gainesville We Sell What We Advertise and Service What We Sell.

A becoming fact,. eesentative") Turlington seemingly wouldow

\ have rU izeda that he set out to do. This triumph, '

Itiowever\ jhreot was, w4< ;> to arise port: !: lived before another very serious Fedte- Admiral Kelvinalor Amana.RCA Whirlpool, -lHm r Jlrrr i !

\1, Dorrin t Ral"urlington: knew that he could control __ __ __ - --__ _. ".'-__ -__ _

linator Cro and A control would give him absolute powUand -
SELECTION as one of the nation's leading NEMA COOLS MOISTURE DELIVERED
cont 1 over I political affairs in Alachua County. appliance BTU SQ. REMOVAL PRICE
, '\l Senator for re-election and he was op- RATED AMPS VOLTS, FT. PTS. HR OF UNIT
ross aje up dealers, with 50 stores from Miane to Florida,
pled by two candidijr During the first primary campaign, i
4,000 7.5 115 250 1.5 99.95
resentati I ? Turli on remained completely out of the J. M. Fields offers you the widest selection of Brand
t 6,000 8.0 115 375 2.0 13'1.95
p cure. But le elec \ results in I the first primary shocked Name Appliances anywhere.
6,300 7.S 11S 37S 2.0 149.95
Hn into acti< i. The"t opponents of Senator Cross received I

ojpoximate! 57'7 othe vote cast, while Senator Cross S PRICE the lowest in town-WE GUARANTEE TO 10.000 12.0 115 625 2.75 179.95

reaped app >ximatel43 % of the vote cast. 14,000 12.0 230/208 875 4.6 194.95

:ealizin the I lo of Senator Cross' seat to an "out BEAT any advertised price on comparable merchandise r 15.000. 11.6 230/208 920 4,0 214.95

sid""'I would jeopardt his entire political set up, Repre- 16.500 13.S' 230/208 1025 4.8 233.00

serrpive Tu ington |k over the active management of 17,000 13:6 230 1075 4.8 229.95

Sent +r Cros camp l' in the second primary. After a e CREDIT arranged on the spot! No money down, i 20,000 14.3 230/208 1250 6.4 259.95

bitt rj>, fougrf campaY: Senator Cross was re-elected bya
with many months to pay on easy credit 2.5,000 16.0 230 1575 8.0 299.95
ve4slim o out of 9,944 total votes -
rr ajority 350 votes 30,000 23.0 230 1900 9.3 359.95

cast I o DEPENDABILITY al one of America's lea'ding retail -

lowint this triUph Representative Turlington was NOBODY (repeat) BUT NOBODY
to re e an'jnexpectf opportunity to further concentrate outlets, we stand behind every purchase! We sell
his P ER and INFL\NCE\ to the further detriment of h a t we advertise and we guarantee what we sell I ,

the p Ie and interesfif Alachua County.

a state vide baslthe Legislature was becoming embroiled GAINESVILLE'S lowest prices, low installation'* cost Double! 'Hung or Jalousie Window 36.50 Casement Windown -
At approximately _
the question reapportionrr.ent. -l I *

the ie tirrt, Reprentative Fagan was appointed CityAttorne or thru wall 22.50, NO DOWN PAYMENT 24 MONTHS TO PAY : We Do Our Own Financing, Low

or thp City QGainesville. In accepting the ap-
.. ,
Finance ., '- -
pointm Rep ,esentat Pagan announced that he would Charge. h : 3rr _

serve o one more Uri, or until November 1964, as o ALL UNITS are Flush Mounted Thermostat controlled 1-2-3 Speed Fan Slide-out Chassis, i_ All Certified

State .Re "ent; tive. The,ss of Representative Fagan posedo .r +.. ...
o seriouof ) to ReP rentative Turlington In the form NEMA CN-1 Rated. I j _
the u rtainty as tcwhether ,Representative Fagan'ss.uccessor' '

j3! be controVd.:: However, Representative Tur- '. PRICES include: Delivery, "1-- ear labor and parts end 5-years. warranty on sealed. refrigerator,- --systems... ...- _.- .

!lington, salthej opporturry to eliminate this danger by *

t introducing, teapportionr, plan, which was adopted by J. M. Fields Will NOT Be Undersoldr""T!?

a bitter andjrfd' Legislatu., His bill eliminated. Representative I .
Fagan. tit entirely.! ..
( it.E TOMORJ1W) ,

I I Q. Iht ont)' true measure :1- 0ivtash e yevfla' i i
of a'
GAINESVILLE Acres Free ParkingU.S. .f velua guaramttdALWAYS. savings 9vCnOft.eI I ,
CAND)ATE FOR HOUSE 441 N. at 23rJ BlvJ. Phone 376-S29Z I I EVERY DAY j
td Adverttser+urtk -
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4 Gainesville Sun triday, April !4, 1>64 .,.
1 New Chief of Staff' \, I t

Ii *" ,

Named for Viet Nam &

Ii. I
I 2frm Berk Gtrnm chief of staff for, operations In
I By PETER GROSE the U. S. assistance command
here since April'19, 1965. He J is \
SAIGONMaj.. Gen. Rich- 47 years'old and a graduate of r
: ard G. Stilwell of the U. S. West Point.
I Army was named Thursday to i
As head of the operationsstaff
be the next chief of staff of the
Stilwell has gained
a repu-
American Military Assistance tation as a dynamic and ener-
Command in Sooth Viet Nam. getic leader. U I

The appointment, announced Military sources said the ,
by Gen. Paul D. Harkins, U. S. changes were part of a seriesto
be enacted within the next
in South
commanding general '
few weeks for administrative
Viet Nam,continues the organIzational streamlining and do not signal r
overhaul of the American a change in military"policy.
military command here.

Stilwell replaces Maj. Gen.
Richard G. Weede of the U. S.
Marine Corps, who is to returnto ,
Washington next month to !
become assistant chief of stall ri's g
for operations and plans at Ma-
rine Corps headquarters. stri men /11
Stilwell .has been assistantMufflers : ;

Contact me today!


-Engineers KENNEDY are working, Fla.to(AP develop )- 16th Ave. AN OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE

roar of mufflers the Saturn to soften 5 rocket the PhoneFRanklin ONCE-IN-A-LI FEY IME, -SAVINGS!
which is to loft three astronauts f ','
toward the moon before
4. 2-0444 4 t'l

Studies indicate the Saturn 5 Ralph TurlingtonP 6 : !
engines, with total thrust of Open a. mJ..tOaylfreakJ.; SPECTACULAR / .
7.5 million pounds, will produce 621097iincn
200 million watts of acous- 11m.... _

tic fi record sound power-equal sets.of eight to the million combined hi--,. I. II STATE..I jlJ..l.;.ARM lcl lapnlI .. ds'uatF6 A .- 'til 9 p. m.r Fri. &, Sat. >> Bi3O"RAF'E!

99 0aa_ )
PROOF$TRAfGHT V$!CpNXENf'pGE'tt5t.'CO FRAhfFO ,KY, d $ i I
..lS hM 0 ..:0 ti... i. J

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0 I Can Openetj;, PORTABLE RAM "TRADE DISCOUNT $60'j fre.htwiw,

euaronteHSji. le........d.. ... R.ttN.. J. / 55 Iey.ars
\. becan.... 4'T rlibl. __ GIft .
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i McDUFF'S I DAYBREAK I : This (is the seventh in standing in court. They are used by the death of Justice Glenn
I ,, a special series by the Asso merely as guides until a court I Terrell.At .
elated Press bureau in Tallahassee hands down a ruling on the issue the time, Kynes had been
e SALE SPECIAL! on the various primary in question. I Bryant's chief aide his executive
campaigns, the offices and the Because these opinions are Is-I assistant, for three years.
men seeking them. Today's installment sued only after diligent search i At 35, Kynes was the youngestman
discusses the attorney and study of the records, few ever to sit in the attorney
general of Florida. are overturned in the courts. I general's chair.

a SAVE By DOUGLAS STARR The attorney general has one Kynes earned a degree in pub-
I other major duty.. He must as- lic administration and a degreein
TALLAHASSEE (AP) In semble all of the circuit judgesonce law both from the Universityof
r Florida as in most states the every two years to receive Florida.He .
; attorney general is the state's' their recommendations for Improvements -! served more than three
chief legal advisor as well as the' in the judicial sys years as an assistant state pros
state's attorney in all cases tem. These recommendationsare ecuting attorney in the Fifth Judicial -
against the state. .J passed along to the Legis- Circuit and was chairmanof
During the 119 years since this! lature for consideration.As the Central Florida Junior
office was established in Florida a member of the Cabinet College Advisory Committee.
29 men have held the post.In the attorney general is a mem- Kynes is married. and has
addition to his primary: ber of 22 boards and commissions -three children.
duty as the state's chief legal more than any other He is the only Cabinet officer
a? officer, the attorney general: member except the governor. with opposition in the primary.
charged with keeping the state's Florida's current attorney Rep Earl Faircloth of Dade
,r' laws indexed and up to date so' general is James Kynes, who County, a Miami lawyer also is
was appointed last January by seeking the office.
they can be used as ready
DECORATOR CART $1 9.95 references. Gov. Farris Bryant to fill the Faircloth 43-year-old first
vacancy created by the resigna- termer in the House, also is a
\ COLUMBIA RECORDS 29.95 At the same time the attorney I tion of Richard Ervin. law graduate of the Universityof
general a continuing
Ervin resigned to accept appointment Florida. He is married and
\ TOTAL VALUE study of the state's laws so he to the State Supreme the father of two children. *
T make recommendations to
S3990p1 can Court to fill the vacancy created Tomorrow: The comptroller.
the Legislature for changes.

Almost daily the attorney gen-

BUT YOU PAY ONLY g out eral's advisory office opinions of assistants to various turns i I Service News I

state agencies on what the various ,
state laws mean and how
$1 000 they should be interpreted and Navy Lieutenant Darrel J. L. Cole, son of George Coles of
put to use.These Mase, Jr., Medical'' Corps son Trenton and other members of
opinions-though they of Mr. and Mrs. Darrel I. Maseof the 25th Infantry Division are
r. 1089 SW 11th Ter., is serving participating in Exercise High
bear the official seal of the at-
.a aboard the attack aircraft carrier Top IV, an Army Navy-A i r
torney general-have no legal
USS Shangri La, operat Force field training maneuverof
WITH THE PURCHASE. OF THIS FAMOUS .ing out of Mayport. the Island of Hawaii.
HOUSEHOLDPESTS I Shangrl La is currently deployed The exercise, scheduled to end
in the Mediterranean on May 4, began when the soldiers
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!'H STI! oqRAFI! G y4 i'v I I Sixth Fleet, part of a, large from the Island of Oahu to the
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The crew recently had an opportunity combat engaging in live fire. simulated
I to visit tie birthplaceof maneuvers.Specialist
I Christopher Columbus when Coles is a legal
# AT McDUFF3 the ship called at Genoa Italy clerk in Headquarters Battery,
88 for seven days. The Shangri-La 3d Battalion of the d 1 vi slon's
I is scheduled to return to duty 13th Artillery, regularly stationed -
SPECIAL PRICE I \with the Atlantic Fleet in late at Schofield Barracks Ha-
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.. ... ON Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. T.
M y -< t.ke it with yo., .r MS. /TICKS High School Pittsburgh, Pa.,
.. the d.lwx..t..s illustrate / MOTHS M, Davis of Rt. 1, Alachua is and Florida State University in
M dl SA49C being reassigned to. a United Tallahassee. He attended the
Florida Pest Control will give States Air Force support unit in University of Miami, School of
you trolling a FREE these estimate embarrassing for con- Turkey following his graduation Law Coral Gables. His wife,
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Sun F1. I Two Views From the Fair I


Frill fork aimra French ever had at the height of their imperial power. In
X. HAKCISOX. Tlttltemt iirmbUskcri r
FAT COWIES. Vie* Freit- SOUTH By JAMES RESIGN 1939, not only was the U. S. standing aloof from the nations

dealt ED JOHNSON. Tie Pre M,.tMi WASHINGTON President Johnson was optimistic at that were trying to preserve the peace, but Britain and
Entail* E Wednesday's outlookat
Florida's noted that
Beautiful opening. He the
,- EBE 150LE. Tic Pnal4ieat *.< A -
*? > 1 the beginning of this world's fair better than the
: *' nrtl..., DirttUri BOB T AST AC- RALPH :McGILL was "
University. Cityf By I "THIS FAIR, the President said Wednesday, "represents
LIONE. Vie rrtiiitU a.4 CircmU- PmtiUer PrU ffbuter p..naJiu prospect at the start of the last one in 1939. It was the under-
tJ.. )[across. I Of the Attaatm.* (Ga.) C..uta&t.. statement of the day. the most promising of our .hopes. .But unless we can
achieve the theme of this fair. .'Peace Through 'Under
1939 was the year of the holocaust: Of the Nazi Conquest of
THE SUN'S POLICY : Czechoslovakia, the Ribbentrop Molotov pact the German standing'-unless we can use our skill and wisdom to con-

_' 1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. WallaceAnd invasion of Poland, and the outbreak of World War II. quer conflict as we have conquered science-then our hopesof
: 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials The atomic age really started that year with an announcement .. today, these proud achievements, will go under in the de-
iR 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. \. that scientists had succeeded in splitting uranium by vastation of tomorrow. :
There were prophecies of from President Roo s e-
of bombardment
means a of neutrons. This
was scarce
,; The Sun's telephones All Departments-372-8441 '" ly noted by the press and certainly not by visitors to the velt, too, in 1939, but this time, it seemed the optimism of
Want Ads-376-4672 1939 fair. President Johnson, based on the power and commitments of

The American Negro was lucky to have a job in 1939, let the United States, had more substance. '

Indiana alone a car to stall. After seven years of the New Deal, there
were still 9,500,000 unemployed Americans. Over 30 per cent BELOW OLYMPUS By InterrClndJ.

The City B Beaiitif? of the Negro population was on federal relief and even Pres-

Alabama's Governor Wal. ident Roosevelt couldn't get his anti-lynching legislation
Every city thinks of itself as a it examines its reflection is the need lace may be expected to do through the Congress.It .
was, in short, a different world, as the following compar-
potentially beautiful city-and 'it is. for a sustained program of beauty rather well in Indiana for the isons show;
that in Wisconsin
same reason -
There is no decree in nature; no inevitable culture. There are pockmarks to be

"must" in the laws that removed=not a few but many. Thereare 75 as President voted Johnson putit WHEN THE LAST fair opened, the mind of the countrywas
people against on its internal problems. Unlike Johnson, who got credit
human society, that 'says uncared-for bramble patches call- him for 25 that
govern every were this year for keeping the federal budget under $100 billion,
cities shall be ugly. ed "vacant lots." There are dilapidated for him. In Wisconsin he ran Roosevelt was criticized for proposing a budget in 1939 of $9 v c.. bt

sectors. There are poverty best in strongly conservative, billion. '

But to attain rightfully the title pockets with pitted and unpaved Goldwater districts and in the The movie of the year in 1939 was "Gone With The Wind.
old Joe McCarthy home sec The No. 1 novel on the best-seller list was John Steinbeck's
of "city beautiful" a city's self-image streets. There are "ran down"blocks
tion. "The Grapes of Wrath." The highest Hitler got on the best-
.must be accurate. The reflection it traffic necks, narrow and Indiana is a remarkablestate seller list that year with Mein Kampf was No. 7. 9

gets back from the glass of self-in- ugly one-way streets, mosquito producer of admirable

spection must show the bad as wellas swamps, and a conspicious lack of literature and culture in gen THE WAR CHANGED this emphasis, but ever so slowly

the good. And public concern must parks and playgrounds. eral. Yet, in the 1920s it was Even alter it started, Roosevelt told the American people:

be directed toward eliminating the the South where, for a time, "This nation will remain a neutral nation I have said l
the Ku Klux Klan literally not once but many times that I have seen war and that I
bad as well as making the good bet- Gainesville, we believe, has not controlled the government, bate war. I say that again and again.

ter. shut its eyes to these things- and, for a brief period, the "I hope the United States will keep out of this war. I believe -
though it has been slow in acknowl- lower courts. The state always that it will. And I give you assurance and reassurancethat

Gainesville has many reasons for edging them. One reason the $6 contained strong anti- every effort of your government will be directed toward 1
labor sentiment. Its major that end. As long as it remains within my power, to
pride, pride in its well-built million bond issue passed with sucha
see Goldwater as prevent, there will be no blackout of peace in the United
beautiful private homes, well-kept ,substantial majority was that the States."
the nation's savior. It was a
lawns :and gardens, its suburban developments city had made up its mind that some combination of these factors

its enterprising and attractive intensive tidying up was in order.A that persuaded Governor Wallace JOHNSON, IN CONTRAST, is now presiding over the \ rt It r f' .

business establishments. Its lot of face-lifting can be done with to enter the Indiana pri- most powerful military establishment in the world. An American i'7F8'l 'A trirS Antes st1e5 '
army of 400,000, which Roosevelt predicted would be with-
annual emphasis on "clean up, paintup the conscientious and careful ad- mary.
drawn from Europe less than three years after the Second "It's from a political group. As a natfonol hero, they
plant up" is evidence of its deter- ministration of the improvement pro- THE KU KLUX KLAN in World War, has been there now for a whole generation.The wanna' know if you're interested in running for public
mination to be a tidy and attractive gram that the voters endorsed.In much U. S. now has more alliances than the British or office?"
1920s was not so con-
city. Almost invariably it wins official cerned with the Negro as with

:awards for its efforts. the meantime the emphasis reverts Roman Catholics, Jews and LBJ TURNS DOWN FULBRIGHT VIEW

to the individual citizen who "foreigners. Save in a few

City beautification, however, is in looks into his own mirror and sees Southern states where there

reality: a face-lifting job-not the what needs to be done on his own were only a small number of Cabinet and Intact
Keeping Policy
Roman Catholics and Jews, ;
periodic application of soap, water, premises to "perk up" appearancesand the colored man was listed by .. ...
and cosmetics. make his own yard, his house, by the Klan as a "minor" en- '-"
or his place of business a "beautyspot" (In Indiana a Klan leader By RICHARD WILSON u.s. policy will be quite though Fulbright was at the nuisance and no threat to us.
Chief, Cowles Washington content to stick it out a while White House for an intimate He saw the Cuban base for
Going back to the mirror meta- to please the eye of the pass- once tried to reassure a .
Bureau the be. subversion and terror
longer on the present line. supper Sunday night as an
phor, what the city should see as erby.Voicyrfjhe. Catholic acquaintance by informing WASHINGTON Neither Thus we have more of the fore he delivered his Senate obstacle to our hopes for this

him: "We are not" Senator Goldwater nor Senator same,' but with a little more speech and did not inform hemisphere.Thus .
against you Irish Catholics, Fulbright will draw much vigor, in Viet Nam. We will Mr. Johnson of its contents. in critical matters at
I he said, "just them foreign President Johnson describedas various in the world
I comfort from President John continue to try to frustrate points ; ,
Roman Catholics. ) son's definitive statement of Castro, not accept or en- realities some of those the attempt to nudge Mr.
People In Georgia, the Klan for his foreign policy. courage him. We will changeour things which ;_ Fulbright Johnson toward new foreignpolicy'concepts
some time largely controlledthe This statement was, in effect policies toward China thought were "myths." There has failed. It

sale of asphalt to the a reaffirmation the when China changes its polities was nothing in the President's would seem that if this is the
*" counties and the state' h I g h- basic policies of three previous toward the rest of the speech to suggest that he and case various officials inside

-il'Thc""si n'sOpinion Page way system. Klan organizersalso presidents. Neither those world. And we will respondhen Fulbright have the same the government and commentators

made killings in Indi- who would go all-out for a \, it suits our interest to point of view. outside the government

Opinion; mud comments ef Sun readers art welcome in Ike 'Voice of the People column. Letters ana, Colorado and Oregon.In final decision, nor those who Russia's new-found need for The President said, in fact, might well abandon their
must .. signed ..d beer the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should these states the "enemy"were would yield to new "realities" quieter relations with the that it often requires greater present attempt to replace
not ouo'd 500:words and must b. written en only one tide of the po per. Poetry cannot b. used. The foreigners. In Oregon, will be completely happy with West. courage and resolution to Secretary of State Dean Rusk..
Sun reserves thrigkt, reject oily" letter a to shorten it-, without' changing the writer's meaning or for example; the ,Japanesewere Mr. Johnson. maintain a policy which time
-targets.IT But those who believe that MR. JOHNSON has quite has tested, than to change it MR. JOHNSON said in his
large number of petty and mentioned.We the affairs of the world have evidently carefully consideredthe in the face of the moment's foreign policy address in New

Hits Florida unlucrative taxes, most of have concentrated our WAS INDIANA, however, not yet reached a point requiring point of view expressedby pressures. So he did not describe York;exactly what Rusk has

Tax Structure which 'bear heaviest upon efforts (and displayed our in- that provided the most flag- a new departure in Senator Fulbright, al Castro as a mere been saying. Both in tone and
tourists and lower income genuity?) on taxing liquor, rant example of Klan law substance the approach of the
residents. I have not made a gambling and tobacco as if lessness. Power corrupts, and President and his Secretary
EDITOR, Sun: The careful study of this, but I taxes were some form of David C. Stephenson grand 'POINT'Fol.give of State were the same. If
statements by all of the gubernatorial would expect that the tax penalty for wrongdoing in- dragon, arrogant with wealth Rusk can take it for another

candidates con system in Florida is one of stead of the price of livingin and sure that be was above four years, it is hard to see
cerning the problem of financing the most regressive in the a civilized society. and what Mr. Johnson
education in Florida the law since he was confi- Forget' MoodBy can gain
that the State will country. With no state income The problem is not simplya dent that any jury would not by replacing him.
tax with land and
political since reactionary -
one, convict him, brutally batteredand
to be plagued regardless -
continue which favor the Certainly, the President
of the victor. fiscal attitudes are well then raped his young DAVID LAWRENCE weapons and technicians to a Castro. has not been modified. would
with estate taxes set at the not now consider
distributed within both major secretary. This young lady, WASHINGTON There country only 90 miles away replacing
The only reasonable expression low federal levels, with home parties. What of Rusk with Senator
an expression when she recovered consciousness from the United States is to be
to be motto that
in that issue stead which results seems a new Fulbright. It should

of opinion exemption be evidence -
our to bear the
willingness killed herself. forgiven or forgotten. Certainly FOR THE NEXT few monthsnot
describes the trend in American .
of The Sun, (April 15)) hi relatively higher taxes up- costs of those public services there is the enough of a. lack of
who boasted a hesitancy on
Stephenson, the
"for only States but
foreign policy -
appeared, unfortunately, on on tenants than on home.oowners which compatibility between the two
we need in
so direly of the here
law have part government
one of the back pages. I refer and with no taxes this state. "I am the might give and' forget. some of its European allies men that Fulbright did not
to the comments made by upon those who are depleting got off. But a newspaper exposed The new mood is reflectedin even to mention. it in any are evidently going to try to inform the President in advance -
Dean Donald Hart of the Col- the state of some of its most Of course we will have to him. He was tried and developments in Cuba. It public way.There "play ball" with Nikita of the contents of a

lege of Business Administration valuable natural resources: I pay higher taxes, but these convicted-in part, becausethe has been revealed, for in- .is, moreover, a desirein Khrushchev and elicit from Senate speech which departed
University of Florida, am quite confident that my should be distributed in a so- Klan with headquartersin stance, that the Soviet Unionis Washington to "play ball," him periodically further expressions in so many respects from
where he states that perhapswe hypothesis would be borne out cially just fashion and on the Atlanta, disowned b I m. planning to turn over the if possible, with the Soviet regime of good will and administration policy.

ought to be looking at new in fact. basis of some well integrated The Klan insisted it stood for operation of its anti-aircraft in the hope that some peaceful intentions. Yet nota When
tax sources if we wish to experience Instead of a structure system. Unquestionably this the purity of Southern womanhood missiles in Cuba to the Castro propaganda advantage can be word is being said about the Namara's Secretary Mc-

significant growth.But which reflects progressive involves at least a modest and apparently ex- government on :May 1, and obtained in the international record of bad faith the Soviet in many statements
of the differencesin tended this to include Indi- about of debate over reduction of congressional testimonyare
alas, his comments are twentieth century thinkingand recognition will withdraw 3,000 government has made in the
not likely to receive the which would justly supply ability to pay, but surely ana womanhood. the 4,000 Soviet troops now in armament. Thus, while much last few throughout the carefully read, it can be
years seen that
amount of circulation as those the needed revenue, what this is not a radical proposal. Cuba. It is not clear yet emphasis is placed on the world. self he concerns him.
inept remarks made by the do we have? Even our nineteenth century "I-AM-THE-LAW" Stephenson whether Moscow will retain a agreement just made to reduce a great deal with broad
political hopefuls. A relatively high sales tax thinkers could condone grand dragon of the Klan veto over the firing of the the production of But there seems to be inside if aspects of foreign affairs. But

There is hardly another riddled with loopholes, a such an idea it was, after of the 1920s, went to jail in missiles or whether the power uranium, this really has no government circles here a McNamara is to get done
which has tax which all in American Bartlow Martin military significance. It is designed disposition to avoid any con- the Defense Departmentwhat
state in this Union property exemptsa widely employed 1924. John of decision will be left with
as obsolete a tax structure as large number of home- tax systems of that writing an account of Stephenson the Russian "technicians"who entirely to produce a troversy with the Soviet government President Johnson wants
does Florida. It was conceived owners and places ridiculous- century. in Harper's Magazine, titled are to remain on the psychological impression that about this and to re- done he could be fully occupied -

when Florida was sim- low taxes on even more at the As Dean Hart so ably argued "Beauty and the Beast," island. the chances of peace are being gard the past as past. Thereis at that task for an

ply the 'Playground of the same time as it penalizes Florida has not exper- provided a look at some of the Not a single public protest, constantly improved. The uneasiness among some other dent's four years. The Presi
Rich' and developed around those who live in rented prop- ienced real and stable growth Klan jargon in quoting an or- however, has been made by truth is that both sides have members of Congress over adviser on national security

the premise that in this state erty, no state income taxeson despite, or even more important der from Imperial Wizard the United States governmentto plenty of nuclear strength to such a policy of "forgive and affairs, McGeorge Bund -
one need not pay taxes in life persons or corporationseven because of oar low Hiram Evans to the Evans- the Soviet government over devastate each other's terri- forget", ceor.), might 'be 9 Ruak suc-

nor at death. As a result new though 36 states have taxes. Poor schols, roads, ville Klavern, suggesting Stephenson's the continued presence in Cu- tory. M1 Bundy's influence
could be
taxes were imposed only when found it necessary and desirable and housing are not the kindsof suspension. It was ba of Soviet technicians and ;- son's seen in Mr. John

catastrophe threatened and to impose such taxes, factors which lure indus- "all Genii, Grand Dragons missiles. The last official wordon SUCH MUTUAL agreementsas ments.foreign policy state

even then these were designed no state inheritance taxes tries to an area. Progressiveand Hydras, Great Titans, the subject, so far as the the ban on nuclear testing Simple Reason

merely to meet the (other ,than the federal estate dynamic social policy is Furies, Giants, King Kleag- public is concerned was spo- and now the curtailment of For Hair BUT his
immediate problem. No long tax) even though 33 states far more vital and the placeto les, Exalted Cyclops, Terrors ken in October 1962 at the uranium production are designed Long dicates,, Mr.as Johnson speech In-

range planning was ever car now have such taxes, no severance start is with the tax- struc- and all citizens of the invisible time of the missile crisis. to invite further trade (c) New York Times to pursue established intends
ried out. taxes, and there are ture. empire." The letter with the West and perhapseven LONDON Trend watchers what is to be policies
This has left us with a other aspects which could be IRVING J. GOFFMAN was signed "on April 17, 1924, DESPITE efforts then to to obtain financial help waiting for signs of a decline substantial change gained at the by any

the Deadly Day of the Weep- bring about an immediate from the United States b> way in Beat I emania toot echelon of foreign policy and top

POTOMAC FEVERThe ing Week of the Appalling withdrawal of all Soviet forces of long-term credits. heart last week in a statement national security affairs
\ Month. ." :Moscow Into by a member of the
1 and missiles, the United States The objective This is a problem which
; The late Doc Green, who has had to be content with a produce the right atmos- National Hairdressers Feder- will face Mr. Johnson more

came to be known as the long-drawn-out maneuver. But phere for commercial inter- ation. acutely in the event of his
government says it's "desperately" short of coins.. Treasury' SecretaryDillon's "Reluctant Dragon" of the the Soviets still maintain their changes in order to help over- Any angry barber told dele election: It is then that he
new slogan: Time for some change. ; -p'
Georgia Klans, once told the original position. They insist come some of the Communist gates to the Federation's an- will consider cabinet changes
writer that when this jargon on giving armed assistance to economic difficulties.But nual conference that "when McNamara's headstrong quail
Some of the statements being made in the presidential campaign seem to
gibberish was read out by a a government in this hemisphere even while there is an hair has been left to grow for Wes are offset by his clear
be aimed at demonstrating how to succeed in dizziness without really trying.
six weeks the should
fellow in a black robe the and a military base outward appearance of friend- price be abilities as an administrator.
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eyes of the more flfiterate has been established by a European liness and peacefulness on thepa.1 double the minimum. Rusk's occasional diffidence
Rockefeller.says he's forthe little irian. Never mind about him, governor. '
What you oughUtoJ: Worrying.about'is his little woman. suckers for initiation used to power in defiance of the of the Moscow government He did not 13"1.hat the is offset by his obvious! grasp
-, bug out. Monroe Doctrine and of a recent the United States gov- charge should be for six of world events and his eom-

If Sargent Slither is really going- to run the war on poverty, couldn't we at At any rate, the enclaves of resolution by Congress. ernment is constantly being informed months' growth, but other delegates patioflity with President John. i
least promote him to Sergeant-Major? old prejudices and new, plus But the controversy is de- of the infiltration by were in favor of "ed- son's policy. -
: the anti-labor factions, will liberately confined to the Soviet agents in different countries ucating the public*away froma The truth of the matter i is -

: TV hasn't retarded children, but a close look at the programming indicates give Mr Wallace votes. His Untied States and Cuba. Apparently in this hemisphere as fixed charge." A London that the late President Kennedy -' _

that children, have retarded JLV. : selection' of Wisconsin, India the, ct awunitled well as iri Africa. The Soviet -'- -haircut.. costs. 50 cents. chose two good BHSR fop :G
-- ... -:{"i k ana:and Maryland-was.bas-. by the Soviet regime,- invading = p1an*-for taking over more Long-blind coltnnnists ,their respective positions and

-' If you listen carefully to Pennsylvania' Gov. Scranton, you get the idea ha ..-.,eel OR an sate of just such the Western bemis- and more governments, just immediately: defended their President Johnson will have % '
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tiursuille Sun OF Two Views From the Fair _

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;L Sfrm tJork irinttl1 French ever had at the height of their imperial power. In

; JOHN .. RAKEISOH. sliest FrcsW set By JAMES RESTON 1939, not only was the U. S. standing aloof from the nations
.W' ED JOHNSON Tit. .rreildemtt WASHINGTON President Johnson was optimistic at that were trying to preserve the peace, but Britain and

, Florida's Beautiful .4 ExecitlT EdlUri W. G. (BIO) Wednesday's Worlds' Fair opening. He noted that the outlookat France had no effective unified command.
,. EBEBSOLE. Tie rreiUemt sat Avtrtislar *- the beginning of this world's fair was better than the
'" Dire.ter BOB TAKTAGLIOKE. -. By RALPH McGILL I "TillS FAIR," the President said Wednesday, "representsthe
'University City' Tic Preheat M4 CUtaiau. ; prospect at the start of the last one in 1939. It was the understatement -
. sneer Prim WUmlaj rfcUher most promising of our hopes. .But unless we can
" .. la.acer. Of UM AtUmta. (G*.) C..ut.u.. I of the day.
achieve the theme of this fair. .'Peace Through Under-
1939 was the year of the holocaust: Of the Nazi Conquest of
THE SUN'S POLICY can skill and wisdom to conquer
Molotov the German. standing'-unless we use our
Czechoslovakia, the Ribbentrop pact
1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. Wallace invasion of Poland, and the outbreak of World War II. conflict as we have conquered science-then our hopesof
these proud achievements will under in the devastation -
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials The atomic age really started that year with an announce- go
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues.. ment that scientists had succeeded in splitting uranium by of tomorrow.
means of a bombardment of neutrons. This was scarce- There were prophecies of peace from President Roo s e-

The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 And ly noted by the press and certainly not by visitors to the velt, too, in 1939, but this time, it seemed the optimism of

Want Ads-376-4672 :.. :. 1939 fair. President Johnson, based on the power and commitments of

.L The .American Negro was lucky to have a job in 1939, let the United States, had more substance.

IndianaAlabama's alone a car to stall. After seven years of the New Deal, there
were still 9,500,000 unemployed Americans. Over 30 per cent By .n.r.an.

The City Beautiful? of the Negro population was on federal relief and even Pres-
ident Roosevelt couldn't get his anti-lynching legislation f
Governor Wal-
through the Congress.It .
Every city thinks of itself as a it examines its reflection is the need lace may be expected to do CJ
was, in short, a different world, as the following compar-
potentially beautiful city-and" it is. for a sustained program of beauty rather well in Indiana for the isons show: r
same reason that in Wisconsin -
There is no decree in nature, no in culture. There are pockmarks to be
as President Johnson put WHEN THE LAST fair opened, the mind of the countrywas
evitable "must" in the laws that removed-not Thereare
few but
a many. it, 75 people voted against on its internal problems. Unlike Johnson, who got credit
govern human society, that says uncared-for bramble patches call- him for every 25 that were this year for keeping the federal budget under $100 billion,

cities shall be ugly. ed "vacant lots." There are dilapidated for him. In Wisconsin he ran Roosevelt was criticized for proposing a budget in 1939 of $9

sectors. There are poverty best in strongly conservative, billion.

But to attain rightfully the title pockets with pitted and unpaved Goldwater districts and in the The movie of the year in 1939 was "Gone With The Wind." .cl
old Joe McCarthy home sec- The No. 1 novel on the best-seller list was John Steinbeck's
of "city beautiful" city's selfimagemust streets. There "run down"
are "The of Wrath." The Hitler
tion. Grapes highest got on the bestseller fl
be accurate. The reflection it blocks, traffic necks, narrow and Indiana is a remarkablestate list that year with Mein Kampf was No. 7. a

gets back from the glass of self-in ugly one-way streets, mosquito producer of admirable

spection must show the bad as wellas swamps, and a conspicious lack of literature and culture in gen- THE WAR CHANGED this emphasis, but ever so slowly.

the good. And public concern must parks and playgrounds. eral. Yet, in the 1920s it was Even after it started, Roosevelt told the American people: I R

be directed toward eliminating the the South where, for a time, "This nation will remain a neutral nation I have said I
the Ku Klux Klan literally not once but many times that I have seen war and that I
bad as well as making the good bet- Gainesville, we believe, has not controlled the government, hate war. I say that again and again."I '

ter. shut its eyes to these things- and, for a brief period, the hope the United States will keep out of this war. I be- c1 :

though it has been slow in acknowl- lower courts. The state al- lieve that it will. And I give you assurance and reassurance t ti ;

Gainesville has many reasons for edging them. One reason the $6 ways contained strong anti- that every effort of your government will be directed toward tL .-%
that end. As long as it remains within my to i /. I
pride, pride in its well-built and million bond issue passed with sucha labor sentiment. Its major be
Goldwater prevent, there will no blackout of peace in the United 1 rlp6f
beautiful private homes, its well-kept substantial majority was that the newspapers see as States."
the nation's savior. It was a
lawns and gardens, its suburban developments city had made up its mind that some combination of these factors

its enterprising and attractive intensive tidying up was in order.A that persuaded Governor Wal- JOHNSON, IN CONTRAST, is now presiding over the
most G e? ,i+s Jl'i4 fstES
powerful military establishment in the world. An American
business establishments. Its lot of face-lifting can be done with lace to enter the Indiana pri
army of 400,000, which Roosevelt predicted would be withdrawn
annual emphasis on "clean up, paintup the conscientious and careful ad- mary. from Europe in less than three years after the Second "It's from a political( group. As a national hero they

plant up" is ,evidence of its determination ministration of the improvement pro- World War, has been there now for a whole generation.The wanna' know if you're interested in running for public
to be a tidy and attractive gram that the voters endorsed.In U. S. now has more alliances than the British orCOMMITTEE office?"
the 1920s was not so much concerned
city. Almost invariably it wins of- with the Negro as with :,

ficial awards for its efforts. the meantime the emphasis reverts Roman Catholics, Jews and : ,
to the individual citizen who "foreigners. Save in a few COLORED NEWS

City beautification, however, is in looks into his own mirror and sees Southern states where there

reality a face-lifting job-not the. what needs to be done on his own were only a small number of
Roman Catholics and Jews, B. F. Childs Colored News Editor
of water premises to ,
periodic application soap, "perk up" appearancesand the colored man was listed by

and cosmetics. make his own yard, his house, by the Klan as a "minor" en- PERSONALS retardation will speak. He is an outstanding principalwho Mt. Herman Baptist Church.

or his place of business a "beauty emy. (In Indiana a Klan leader Mrs. K. D. Childs and Mrs. Everyone is invited. will be the guest speakeron Rev. W. A. Miles, pastor; Mrs

Going back to the mirror meta- spot" to please the eye of the pass- once tried to reassure a Josie Ayer were business visit- this o c cas ion. Mrs. O. M. Bessie M. Johnson, reporter.

phor what the city should see as er-by. Catholic acquaintance by in- ors at Jacksonville recently. Fuce will serve as mistress of
forming him "We are not SPRING DANCEA ceremonies.We Friendship Baptist unday
Miss Mae Jons and Miss Annie Teenage Spring Dance will School 9:30
against you Irish Catholics, invite to share this a.m.; morning wor-
M. Douglas, both of Tampa, be held at Chestnut Gymnasium, you
he said them foreign ship, 11:30 a.m. and
service with us. Rev. W. B. ; evening
were sightseeing in the Univer-
Roman Catholics.' sponsored by the parents of the Mrs. L. Y. worship, 6:30 p.m. Rev. D. E.
sity City'yesterday.. senior class of 1964 of Lincoln Evins, pastor;
Voice of the People In Georgia, the Klan for School 24 Hutchinson, reporter. White, pastor.
High on Friday April ,
some time largely controlledthe Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hines
at 8 p.m. in. the interest of the Hope Well Baptist S u nday
and Jim all of Trenton
sale of asphalt to the son, ,
senior class educational to School 10
trip am.; morning serv-
i fa- N. J., arrived here yesterdayas
counties and the state h g ,
Washington .D.C. SOCIETY MEETING ices, 11 a.m. and
evening serv-
On The Sun's guests of Mrs. Hines' rela-
Opinion Page===== way system. Klan organizersalso Features at this dance will ion ices, 6:30: p.m. Rev. W. J. Tay
tives on a two-week vacation. The Woman's Home Miss
made in
killings be contestants for the I lor
i ito following: pastor; Mrs. Agnes Gordon,
Colorado. and Mrs. James Albert returned Society No. 1 of Mt. Car m e 1
Opinions and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters ana, Oregon.In Gainesville yesterday from The ChaCha, the Limbo Rock .Baptist Church will meet in the reporter.
must be signed and bear the waters address. Names will be: withheld if requested. A letter should these states the "enemy"were the Monkey, the Hooderville.Hop i
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. The foreigners. In Oregon, Hendersonville, N.C., where she the Swing and Heat Wave.A dining room of the church Sun- Shady Grove Primitive Bap-
the right to reject letter or to shorten it, without the was called because of business. day at 3:30: Mrs. Gladys tist
Sun reserves any chonging writer's meaning orunenr. for example, the Japanese prize will be given to the one p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m,
William N. Jackson, of Clearwater Williams, president; Mrs. Es- with
Deacon Lewis C. Williams
were targets.IT who dances best in each of the : ,
large number of petty and mentioned.. passed through the city dances. ther Hamm, reporter.WOMEN'S superintendent and teachers in

Hits Florida unlucrative taxes, most of We have concentrated our WAS INDIANA, however, yesterday en route to Jackson- Refreshments will be on sale. I charge. The Chief EvangeLtwill

which bear heaviest upon efforts (and displayed our in- that provided the most flag- ville.Miss Advance tickets, 50 cents; at review the lesson. Con.
Ella of
Tax StructureEDITOR Mae Rivers
tourists and lower income genuity?) on taxing liquor, rant example of Klan law- Ocala here, door, 65 cents.LACROSSE DAYWomen's secration; devotional services
residents. I have not made a gambling and tobacco as if Power and passed through song service, choir. The chief
Sun The recent lessness. corrupts, yesterday en route to Tallahassee Day will be observed
careful study of this but I taxes were some form of evangelist will preach. The ushers -
statements by all of the gubernatorial David C. Stephenson, grand to visit with her aunt, Mrs. at the Liberty Hill Methodist
would that the tax asked
expect for instead are to be
penalty wrongdoing present
dragon, arrogant with wealth NEWSTo Church, located on the exten-
candidates con- Nancy Speed.
in Florida is of The rally will terminate.
system one of the The
price of livingin
the of financing and sure that he was above Present ProgramThe sion of 16th Ave., Sunday, April
cerning problem the most regressive in the a civilized society. United Choirs Union will men are asked to pay $2 each
Florida the law. since he was confi-
education in country. With no state incometax 26.The women, $1 each. There will be
The is at the Bethel
its -
will problem simplya dent that jury would not present program is in-
that the State any SLATES PROGRAMThe entire community
suggests with land and Deacons' Board
continue to be plagued regardless taxes, which favor the property gentry political one, since reaction- convict him, brutally battered Progressive Choirs' Un- A. M. E. Church Sunday at vited. Rev. Damon.Dell, pas- The devotional services meeting,will 6 p.m.be
There six choirs in
fiscal attitudes well 3 are
ary are and then his p.m. ;
of the victor. with estate taxes set at the distributed within both raped young ion will present its program, the union. tor; Mrs. Gladys Boston, reporter. conducted and the Chief Evan-
reasonable low federal levels with home- major secretary. This young lady, entitled "Choirs in Parade" at gelist will again Mrs. F
The only ex- parties. What'an expression of This promises to be a very preach.
when she recovered consciousness the Church
Hopewell Baptist ,
pression of opinion in that issue stead exemption which resultsin our willingness to bear the excellent program, and the D. Sahnnon, reporter.
of The Sun, (April 15)) relatively higher taxes up- killed herself. Sunday at 3 p.m. is invited. Miss Ida Bell
costs of those public services public Zion
Stephenson, who boasted, This promises to be a very NOTICE Temple A. M. E. Zion-
unfortunately, on on tenants than on home- DTfeal Rev. W. H.
appeared which need in secretary;
we so direly Church
"I am the law, might have outstanding entertainment, and School, 10 a.m. ; morn-
one of the back pages. I refer owners, and with no taxes this Walker pastor; Mark Ivey,
state. be fish at the
got off. But a newspaper ex- the public is invited. There will a fry ing worship, 11 a.m.; and eve-
to the comments made by upon those who are depletingthe Brown, president, Mrs. Doris
Well Baptist Church Sat'irday ning services 7
Dean Donald Hart of the College state of some of its most Of course we will have to posed him. He was tried and Reed, reporter. I Hope W. J. p.m. There will
at 6:30 p.m. Rev. be a members' meeting after
of Business Administration valuable natural resources I pay higher taxes, but these convicted-in part, becausethe
Taylor, pastor; Mrs. A gn e s the morning All
MEETINGThe worship. mem-
University of Florida, am quite confident that my should be distributed in a socially Klan, with headquartersin -
I Gordon, reporter. bers are asked to be at
fashion and on the Atlanta disowned him. Executive Committee of present
where he states that perhapswe hypothesis would be borne out just NOTICE
ought to be looking at new in fact. basis of some well integrated The Klan insisted it stood for the Parent-Teacher Associationof I The Cameliettes Club of this' this meeting to make plans for
School our summer activities. Rev. W.
tax sources if we wish to ex- Instead of a structure system. Unquestionably this the purity of Southern wom- Duval Elementary city will render its "Finer Womanhood -
L. Souder
involves at least a modest anhood and will meet in the cafetorium of CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSNew pastor.
perience significant growth.But which reflects progressive apparently ex- Program" at the Johnson -I ,
alas, his comments are twentieth century thinkingand recognition of the differencesin tended this to include Indiana the school today at 7:30 p.m. Chapel Baptist Church Sun- Salem Baptist Sunday Greater Bethel A. M. E. -

to receive the which would justly ability to pay, but surely womanhood. promptly.The The Quarterly Conference begins
not likely sup- members of the committee day at 11 a.m. School, 10 a.m.; morning worship
amount of circulation as those ply the needed revenue, what this is not a radical proposal. Rev. D. E. White, presi- I During the program, many 11 a.m.; and eveing wor- : today with Presiding ElderW.

inept remarks made by the do we have? Even our nineteenth cen- "I-AM-THE-LAW" Stephenson dent are of: the Parent-Teacher Association outstanding persons will appearon ship, 7:30 pjn. During both M. Roberson in charge. All

political hopefuls. A relatively high sales tax tury thinkers could condone grand dragon of the Klan Rev. T. A. Wright, the program. the morning and eveing worships -boards and clubs are expectedto

There is hardly another riddled with loopholes a such an idea it was after of the 1920s, went to jail in chairman: ; of executive committee The members and friends are the pastor or his appointee be present and make their reports

state in this Union which has property tax which exemptsa all, widely employed in Am- 1924. John Bartlow Martin, Mrs. Clyde Daniels, secretary invited. Rev. W. J. Taylor, pas- will preach. Rev. C. J. Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.

as obsolete a tax structure as large number of homeowners erican tax systems of that writing an account of Stephenson ; Mrs. L. R. Lewis, Mrs. I tor; Mrs. Harriet Jones, reporter. Johnson, pastor; Mrs. P. L. and morning worship 11 a.m

does Florida. It was con- and places ridiculouslow century.As in Harper's Magazine, titl- Dorothy; Anderson Mrs. Ida Mae Scott, reporter.Mt. Presiding Elder Robinson will
ceived when Florida was sim- taxes on even more at the Dean Hart so ably argued ed "Beauty and the Beast," Mrs. Campbell 1 deliver the sermon. The four t h

ply the 'Playground of the same time as it penalizes Florida has not exper- provided a look at some of the Mrs.Freeney Annie, McCann Mary Robert: Pleasant Methodist The Sunday in May has been set as

Rich' and developed aroundthe those who live in rented property ienced real and stable growth Klan jargon in quoting pn or- Ayer, Rev. T. Myers, Cleon'NOTICE Board of Education and Church Women's Day. Complete plans

premise that in this state no state income taxeson despite, or even more important der from Imperial Wizard' Jenkins and L. M. Jackson i I There win be chicken dinners School Staff will meet today, will be announced later. Rev. W

one need not pay taxes in life persons or corporationseven because of our low Hiram Evans to the Evans- principal. sold at the Mt. Moriah Baptist 7:30 p.m. in the second unit of S. White pastor; Mrs. A. E.

nor at death. As a result, new though 36 states have taxes. Poor schols, roads, ville Klavern, suggesting Ste- All interested persons are in- Church dining room Saturday. church.Mt. Wingate, reporter.

taxes were imposed only when found it necessary and desirable and housing are not the kindsof phenson's suspension. It was vited. Rev. L. A. Tillman, pastor; Mrs. Carmel Baptist Both

catastrophe threatened and to impose such taxes, factors which lure indus- "all Genii, Grand Dragons Jerlene Gainey reported. Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will have,

even then, these were designed no state inheritance taxes tries to an area. Progressiveand Hydras. Great Titans, their joint rehearsals today 8 i i < ) Huaries i

merely to meet the (other than the federal estate dynamic social policy is Furies, Giants, King Kleag- ARCHER NEWS p.m. Sunday School, 9:30: a.m.;

immediate problem. No long tax) even though 38 states far more vital and the placeto les Exalted Cyclops, Ter- Male Chorus to Appear PIANO RECITALThe m o rnin g worship, 11 a.m.;
range planning was ever carried now have such taxes no severance start is with the tax struc- rors and all citizens of the invisible The Male Chorus of Archer piano pupils of J. C. B. T. U., 6:30 p.m.; and eve- JOILV WILLIAMS r

out. taxes and there, are ture. empire." The letter will appear in a program at the I Rawls will be presented in recital -ning worship, 7 pjn. There will Funeral services for John W 11- I

This 'has left us with a other aspects which cod! be IRVING J. GOFFMAN was signed "on April 17, 192t, St. Peter Baptist Church Sun-! on Sunday, April 26, at 5 be mid week Meditation Serv- Hams, a pjoneer citizen of Ala-

the Deadly Day of the Weeping day at 3 pjn. in the interest of p.m. at Johnson Chapel Baptist ices Tuesday 7:30 p.m.; Youth I chua County, who resided at

POTOMAC FEVER Week of the Appalling the Ushers' Board.HAWTHORNE Church. Some of the com- Forum Wednesday, 7:30 pjn.,I 1019 NW 5th Ave., will be held at
'. Month. ." posers whose works to be in- also both Choirs Nos. 1 and 2; the Mt. Herman Baptist Church

By Fletcher Knebel Cowles Washington Bureau The late Doc Green, who cluded on the program are Moz- will have their joint rehearsal Sunday at 2:30: pjn. with the EIder
art, Massenet, S c h u mann,
NWS 8 Teachers' Meeting:
came to be known as the p.m. James C. Williams officiat-
The government says it's "desperately" short of coins. Treasury Secretary "Reluctant Dragon" of the Toy Shower Set Tschaikowsky, Kleinman Scar- Thursday 7 p.m., and also ing. Interment will follow

Dillon's new slogan: Time for some change. Georgia Klaus, once told the There will be a toy showerat molin, Thompson and Donen--Business meeting, 8 pjn.; and i the Pinesgrove Cemetery.His in
-- the Shell Elementary Schoolon field. both Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will
Some of the statements being made in the presidential campaign seem to writer that when this jargon Monday at 8 pm. I The public is invited to see again have their rehearsal. Rev.T. immediate survivors include

be aimed at demonstrating how to succeed in dizziness without really trying. gibberish was read out by a This promises to be a very land hear the pupils perform. A. Wright, pastor: Mrs. Esther his wife, Mrs. Victoria

-- fellow in a black robe, the fine entertainment. and the public There will be no admission' W. Hamm reporter. Williams; children, Miss Willie

Rockefeller says he's for the little man. Never mind about him, governor.. eyes of the more illiterate is invited to attend. charges. Mae Williams, St. Petersburg;
What you ought to be worrying about is his little woman. suckers for initiation used to First Baptist Sunday: and Mrs. Annie Mae Williams

-- bug out. School, 9:45 am; morning worship city; sisters, Mrs. Lila Wi}.
If Sargent Shriver is really going to run the war on poverty, couldn't we at At any rate, the enclaves of PLANS PROGRAMThe HAWTHORNE NEWS 11 ajn.; Rev. W. J. Per- Hams and Mrs. Sarah Clark; j

least promote him to Sergeant-Major old prejudices and new, plus third in a series of programs Principal Speaks Sunday ry and his congregation of Rock Sylvester, Ga.; a brother

-- the anti-labor factions, will on "Mental Retardation" Principal Oliver H. Jones and Hill Baptist Church from Willis-. Emanuel Williams, Norman 1

TV hasn't retarded children. but a close look at the programming indicates give Mr. Wallace votes. His will be held at the Friendship his faculty of the Shell Elemen- ton will conduct a joint service, Park, Ga.; four grand-children

that children have retarded TV. selection of Wisconsin Indi- Baptist Church with Rev. D. W. tary School will sponsor a Pub- 3 p.m.; the pastor, Rev. W. A. seven great graadcailderen,

ana and Maryland was based White, pastor, on Tuesday. lic Relation Program at the Mt Miles, and his congregationfrom and one step-grandchild. Duncan .

If you listen carefully Pennsylvania's Gov. Scranton, you get the idea he on an estimate of just such During the program several Zion A. M. E. Church Sunday, First Baptist Church will: Brothers, Morticians are in

won't run a step-but would love to be dragged to the White House. factors. persons well versed on mental April 26, at 3 p.m. conduct also a joint service at charge.r .


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Friday, April 24, 1964 Gainesville Sun ?

[ uioiMii "nO" : : : \: Couple Bridal I 'Bosses' Night Retired Meet GroupTo -

Book //s Honored : The Retired Teachers Asso-

AY, April 24 THE ,ciation poned their of Alachua regular have meeting post-
r L Y
Bridesmaids luncheon for Miss f ffflIL In pre nuptial courtesy to buffet supper and swimming .4 ; s4 from Saturday, April 25, to
urtney West, bride elect ofath Miss Courtney West, fiancee of party given by Mrs. Diane >;* s so Saturday, May 2, at 9:30 a.m.
Culpepper Doughtie, 12:30 in the home of Mrs. Flory Mc-
Smith Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton
Guy -
Mrs. Walter Godwin and Ruth Weimcr ." Women's Editor Nath Culpepper Doughtie, Mrs.
Eachern, 1020 SW lliL Terrace.
and Dr. and Mrs. A. A.
Carol Cox Walter Godwin and Miss Carol
eIlf Murphree who entertained at ar A of the Flonu- Retired
Cox entertained this afternoonwith report -
and Country Club.
luncheon com- FFWC President the bridesmaids luncheonat the Smith home. Teachers Section of the
the Gainesville Golf and : F. E. A. meeting to be held in
Miss Anne Pruvis, Supper was served in the i M
Ilf elect of Billie Nugent Country Club. Places were game room whre bon voyage Miami Beach Thursday through
Jr."of Jacksonville, HonoredMrs. marked for members of the motif was used in decorationswith Saturday will be presented.
To Be
Marcus .Conant and her I wedding party. travel posters decking the Art I Lt CoL Harry Cannon will

i Miss Anne Conant, The West Doughtie weddingwill walls. The bridal, couple will show slides of artifacts excavated -
'te:30[ p.m., Gainesville Golfd take place tomorrow at 6:30 spend the summer traveling k from 16th century Spanish -
Country Club. Mark W. Emmel,. newly the Alachua County Federationof abroad. ships.
in the
.ehearsal dinner honoring elecetd president of the Florida Women's Clubs. p.m. Holy Trinity Episcopal I
Federation of Women's Clubs Church followed by a recep. Pink roses and greenery
flu Anne Purvis and their ,
Billie Nugent Nimnicht will be honored at a reception The,reception will feature re- I tion given at the Hotel Thomas. adorned the serving table, BY POPULAR

ffi- given at 3 at the ports of highlights from the which was lighted by pink tap- REQUEST .
Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Nimiht Monday p.m. ; This evening, Mr. and Mrs.
recent state convention in Jack- ers in silver candelabra.A .
Sr. of Jacksonville, fol. Gainesville Woman's Club- Jerry Doughtie of Atlantic FOR A LIMITED TIME.
!ling 6 p.m. rehearsal, house. sonville. i Beach will give the rehearsal program of folk songs was WE ARE CONTINUINGTHE
itunesville' Golf and Country Mrs. C. B. Outen, FFWC new- All members of the Gaines 'dinner honoring Miss West and given by,John Scarritt and Bill PRE-SEASON ,

I ly elected corresponding secretary ville Junior Woman's Club, I their son at the Holiday Inn. Green. ','< ",' l' ":,.," \ I SPECIAL OFFER

earsal dinner honoring' and other state board Gainesville Woman's Club Each of the hostesses > .' ",,, ",':, ", '!&-'
Silver and white will be fol- presented '
11 Courtney West and their members also will be honored. and the Alachua County Feder.ation the bride to-be with COLD WAVE
lowed in the table apointmentswith
Culpepper Doughtie, Co-hostesses will be the of Women's Clubs are in- gifts of silver. t ; .,," j :;: {< _:;
Mr;:and Mrs. white spring flowers cen- :
Jerry Gainesville Woman's Club and vited to attend. ;!IiIO. 'i 1''*'''> w ,,'",': "f,0 '
of Atlantic Beach. ering the serving table.A Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Ceban ",, ... ::: :- ::: :.," <<

EP.m.Inn. luncheon for the bridal and Dr. and Mrs. Wilse .: U ,<<" ,
par '
April 2S ty and out of town guests will:Webb were hosts for an ':.. :,:J '*: ;.: f$150
let luncheon for Purvis- Nimnichts To Give be given at the Gainesville Golf Informal afternoon party at the ";"H'Hrt 't., '..., rM ;
Webb home "
cht recently. Arrangements \ ,1:
Wedding Par. and County Club tomorrow at 1
and out of town guests, p.m. by Mrs. Virginia Steen, of flowers from the Ge- fa SHAMPOOSET
Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.John ban garden were used in decor
n,. Mrs. William A. Murphree,
ation. Mrs. Ann Lathinghouse and Paul E. Fierson
Rehearsal Dinner and : Charles A. Paulling
hands and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. f EVES by Appointment
I r. Dell and their daugh- Black. Another courtesy extended Paul E. Fierson, ,Chief of the program of entertainment was I,
MIss Ann Dell hosts at Miss West was the luncheon giv- Plant Inspection Section of the
presented by Mrs. M. C. Laurie,J
English ivy and fern will be PHONE 372-1575
Dell home, 2333 NW Sev- I Following the wedding rehearsal :pitalities will be Mrs. Pruvis en by Mrs. Robert West and Division of Plant Industries,I
1 1I used the length of the luncheon her Miss Florence, Miss Martha and ASK ABOUT OUR SPECIAL
Road. at the First Presbyterian and Mr. Nimnicht, mothers of daughter Miss Priscilla, Florida State Department of
tables with silver Ii PRICE ON HAIR CUTS
an antique who .Miss Carolyn Reaves, Mrs.
Church this afternoon, Mr., and the bridal couple. entertained at their home. Agriculture, was selected "Bossof
cheon for out of town
I epergne holding an arrange Mrs. Hunter
Tompkins, BEAUTY
Bridal Mary HOUSE of
r+ attending West Dough- Mrs. B. N. Nimnicht of Jack- Mrs. W. T. Dickson of Columbia ment of daisies as the center- daisies centered figurines.the holding the Year, and Mrs. Ann Mrs. Ora Stanley, Mrs. Naomi',

wedding, 1 pjn., 'Mrs. John sonville will entertain with a S. C., aunt of the bride- piece. table and daisies serving also usedon Lathinghouse Paulling, secretary Bullett, Mrs Doris Hosseltonand I 2300 N.W. 6th St. at 23rd
@urphree, Mrs. Charles A. dinner honoring Miss Anne Pur elect, will serve punch and Mrs.P. were for Myrl Hanes Associa- Mrs. Reaves. t Blvd.'
the small tables. Dorothy
:, Mrs. Virginia Steen and vis and their son, Billie Nugent H. Browne of Jacksonvillewill Among the out of town guests tion, was crowned "Secretaryof --
Howard Bishop, Gainesolf N"mmlCht.Jr.. preside at the coffee will be Mr. and Mrs. William Guests included the bridetobe the Year during Bosses'I
Cockrell and sons,-William David her mother, Mrs. West, Mrs. Night banquet Wednesday at
and'Country Club. service.
The dinner will be given at i
I I. 4ding[ of Miss Elizabeth the Gainesville Golf and Coun- Out of town guests will include and Robert of Waynesboro,. Dickinson gins, Mrs.Doer Virginia, Mrs.Steen John, Gog-:Mrs. the Primrose Inn. I'M TICKLED
Va. Mr. and Mrs.
Purvis ;
ie daughter ofland
Club.A Mrs. Frank Purvis, Quit.
try Sally Belknap and Miss Barbara The Bosses Night banquet,
Dana of Cocoanut Grove Mrs.
Mrs. Lee Pur- ; PINK!
Roy i
man, Ga., grandmother of the
yellow and white color note Walter Troxler Coral Gables,I Watson. an annual event during obser-
Billie Nugent Nun-
will be featured in the vide; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh vation of National Secretaries
appoint- '
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Butler and! I
Jr., son of Mr. andfcitf.
urvis of Miami Mr. and Mrs.D. Color Me Pink!
ments and spring flowers in Week, was given by the Gaines-
B. N.,Nimnicht of Jack- son Joe, Mariana; Mr. and Mrs.. Miss BeckhamTo
these colors will be used on the I' A. Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis William Lee and Miss Martha ville Chapter of the National "
ovine, 4:30 pan, First Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Secretaries Association. You'll be Tickled
byterian Church. Recep- buffet table and small supper Park Lee, Newnan, Ga.; Mr. I
following at Fellowship Hunt, all of Lake Wales Mr. and Mrs. Herben Turner and Be HonoredIn Awards were presented by With Bedding or Carpeting
tables.Bridesmaids i
Luncheon : and Mrs. Hugh Purvis, Miami' Miss Orville Turner, Griffin, Dr. Frank Adams, Dean cf I I From: :
celebration of the 85th '
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Morris, S
t1 of Miss Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Surface Men at the University of Florida -
edding Courtney This afternoon, Mrs. M a rcus Fort Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. birthday of Miss Lillie Beck- I '
st, daughter of Mr. and Conant and her daughter, Miss Mrs. J. Glover Taylor and ham of Campville, a basket who was 1963 Boss of the
'. Stanley LeRoy West W. J. Dixon, Miss Sally and Mrs. Tom King, all of Jackson- Year, and Mrs. Grace Millican
Anne Conant hostesses for
were Miss Elizabeth Dixon Columbia dinner will be held Sunday at
ville Mrs. Donald Dunham St. lfafj CiJ1 .
I' Nath Culpepper Doughtie, the bridesmaids luncheon at the S. C. 1 pjn. at the home of her nephew outgoing secretary of the year, A. D.Chambtess.
Mrs. F. H. Dough- ;
who is to Dean Tur-
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gainesville Golf and Country S. B. Beckham of Camp secretary
Also Mr. and Mrs. Nimnicht
tie Columbus Ga. and Miss
IwW Doughtie ,of AUanticBNch Club honoring Miss Purvis.An ville. pin C. Bannister, College of Jr.
6:30 pjn., Holy Trinl- arrangement of sweet- and their, Miss daughters Barbara, Miss and Elizabeth son, Lisa von Borowsky, Brooksville. All friends and relatives of Fine Arts ,and Architecture. I: BEDDING & CARPET CENTER.

[Episcopal following Church.at the Recep-Hoteltedding heart roses and pink satin Edward, Mrs. Browne, .Mr. Dinner Fetes CoupleMr. the honoree are invited to at Mrs. .:Buelah Hunter, president -I 818 W. University Are. FR 2.0441f

hearts placed on a reflector and Mrs. Robert Koeppel HI, and Mrs. William Elmore tend. welcomed guests and a
of Miss Catherine formed the centerpiece for the Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Harris and entertained with a dinner com Those In charge of the party
include her nieces Mrs. John
ell Maddox, daughter of bride's table while pink and Wayne Harris, Mr. and Mrs. plimenting the bridal,couple on Boone of Hawthorne,,Miss Pearl
white roses were used in decor Thomas H. Duke and Thomas
Wednesday evening.
z.tr. and Mrs. Lovic Vern
Bryan and Mrs. Charles Bus-
ation of the two smaller tables.A Duke Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Maddox of Alachua, and
Pastel and candles sard of Gainesville and another
pink and white bridesmaids LaMee, Mrs. Jerry Conroy, all gladioli
henneth' Gail Wiggins, ,Ala- were combined as the center. nephew, Robert Beckham: o :
: rue son of Mrs. Kay Wig- 'cake with ribbon streamers of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Diece for the buffet table., Johnson, Fla.WATER IF Aro i
'( of New York City, 8 adorned the honor guests table. Robert P. Evans, Lakeland; Mr. O

d >.m., Forest Grove Baptist Places were marked for the and Mrs. W. G. Lewellen and Guests included the honorees, and ICE TEA t
arch.in Gainesville. bridal attendants and the bride- Mrs. Ruth Cooper Mount Dora. Mr. and Mrs.Stanley West, par. GLASSESFor
" elect's mother, Mrs. Roy Pur- Mr. and Mrs. Dick Williams ents of the bride to-be; Rev.
vis; her grandmother, Mrs. and their daughter, Mrs. Mar- and Mrs. E Ii r I e Page, Miss Motels & Restaurants : YOUHAVE I 1

JCaIendar'ac[ Frank Purvis of Quitman, Ga.; cus Milam HI, entertained witha Phoebe Bowers of Boston, Miss SPENCECHEMICAL 7iJj1jii'
her aunts, Mrs. Hugh F. Purvisof brunch Sunday morning at Jeanne Grand, Michael Scanlan SUPPLY CO. I

..? Miami; Mrs. Willoughby J. the Holiday Inn for Miss Purr and Robert Blalock. FR 2-2186 i

' Dixon, Columbia, S. C.: Mr. B. vis and Mr. Nimnicht. -
Wednesday afternoon MI s s ] )
EventsAY N. Nimnicht, mother of the Yellow and white jonquils and II
bridegroom elect; his sisters. iris were__ n combined____ ____ as___ the___ centerpiece _._.-Bowers Mrs. Robert and her Bowers parents gave Mr.an informal -
Elizabeth for the table.
Miss and Miss Margaret at their home for
) April 24 Nimnicht; his grandmother -! The hosts presented the honored Miss West party and Mr. Doughtie. f ,+ti
Mrs. P. H. all of couple with a gift of brass
Colfaz: Rebekah Lodge No. Browne I;
Jacksonville his aunt, Mrs. candle holders. Garden flowers were used No wander h
8 Fellows HalL
Corsages of white iris were throughout the rooms. d/
Gainesville Bridge dub Bernard J. McCabe of Mount louis Seafare shrimp Ii
given to Miss Purvis, her mother k
a.m., Holiday Inn. Dora; Mrs Norman Sloan, Mrs.S. the bridegroom-elect's mother Guests included those attend- tastes so good-they _
Dell Mrs. Dick Williams -
T. ,
Grace Prsebyterian Church and his grandmother, Mrs.P. ing the Elmores dinner party cook it just like
Mrs. Jack Williams and Mrs.
and also Dr. and Mrs. David
amily dinner, 6:30 fol- H. Browne of Jacksonville. they do their chicken!
pan. Darrel J. Mase.
Mr. and Mrs. John L.
wed by films of School of Luncheon Saturday Seated with the bridal couple Stryker, Call then);fR2-63Jl a
: R. Grand, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Mr.
were ,
tian Education at Rich- Mr. and Mrs. William A. !) North West.13th $t
Gehan, Mrs. Wilse Webb,
nd Mrs. Nimnicht, Mr.
id, Va., 7:15 pjn. Shands and Mr. and Mrs. S. T. I.
Browne, Miss Margaret Nim Mrs. Donald Dunham at St. Augustine
ATURDAY, April 25 Dell'and their daughter, Miss nicht, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and Mrs. CharlesDann _
Ann' Dell will give a buffet Jr. of St. Augustine. DRAPES
Beta Sigma Phi, Founders' ; lodge, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boyd,
luncheon Saturday at 12:30
pjn. Miss Marcia Mase, Miss
7 Holiday Miss + +4
[ay Banquet jxm. Another courtesy feting
for the bridal party and out of I Hall
Brill Miss Sally Miss
n. West and Mr. Doughtie was the I
town guests. Jane Johnston, Miss Nancy
t. Patrick's Annual Spring Red carnations will be usedas Dee Williams Miss Linda
oval, 3 to 9 pjn. St. Pat, decorations of the ball, while' Chamberlin, Karl Heishman,\ UKITARIANUNIVERSALISTFELLOWSHIP IN MIND

e's School Grounds, NW Six-I of Paradise will be used Bob Reaves,LaRue Boyd, Paige
[enth Avenue. Serving to begin ito decorate the porch. Pinnell and Walter E. Murphree!

.Is pjn. Open to the public. All white appointments win Jr.Other I 1204 N.W. 10th AVENUE
rail Israel Sisterhood Rum- be used in the dining room witha courtesies extended the

page Sale, 7 ajn. to 2 pan., At- silver epergne centering the bridal couple included a din SPEAKER: GILBERG'S SUGGEST YOU

itic Coastline Lot buffet table. Pyramid arrangements o ner with Senator and Mrs. L. K. Kenneth R. Mochel

I Alachua Audubon Society of white spring flowers: Edwards and Mr. and :Mrs. M. COMPARE BY.
;I Minister Unitarian SHOP AND .
;'All Day Field Trip to the0cala will grace each of the three! M. Parrish as hosts at the Ed- Society Daytona Beach :

National Forest, 7:30 epergne branchs with a large, wards home in Irvine, .and a TOPIC: .
aim, members meet at road- satin engagement ring adorning : dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Growing Edge of A1i01Something DING RIDICULOUS OFFERS
tide park at the junction of the central flower pyramid. Latham Davis who entertained Liberal
.S. 441 and Williston Road. Assisting the hosts in the bos at their home. I Religion for nothing? Of course, not! Today labor coats

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8 Gainesville Sun I r ._._ y, April: 24, 1964Up .


) '. : :;. 'pAf.
,. What's your problem For a leftSne

_s a' k Mom! eral reply, write to Abby. Bos 3365. rnZ s k 3ARERESh'l

a h--. .. Beverly Hills. Calif- 90212. and
.. '
.. ." 'J include self-addressed
spa ;t a stamped envelope. <,
Abby answers all maiL

Abigail Van Buren Owt

k ,, err -

;;< ::: i!:., YESYES!!

DEAR ABBY: My problem is an eight-year-old neighbor boy machine and said he had to take it to his shop to fix. When he YOU DMEWGHTOVER MINUTE, i iD AFTERNOON MOVIE IS OVER/ AMATUREINOMAIJ ByNAVE, 1 &tfidLlr A FLING DID -

who plays. with my .seven-year-old. He comes to my house brought it back, I was at work. A neighbor saw him trying HEREAND GETMARRIED' n t THIS BY SOPHIETUCKERAND LITTLE W1PLAYED GREAT PLAYED SCOTT DEAR ) IN THEMOviESi

after school with my son. We eat supper at six o'clock and the to get into my house so, she called me at work and told me what .' HER BABY BROTHERPLAYED: -ms you f!

neighbor kid just stands there watching us. When I ask him to was going on. I called his employer at once and told him, r Etf GEORGE JESSEL 'P /

eat with us, he never refuses. Sometimes I've asked him to didn't appreciate people going into my house while I was gone

wait in the other room, but he always ends up back in .the. He said that's the way everybody did nowadays. They always ti

kitchen watching us. My son is eager to play again, so he searched under mats, in mailboxes and all over for keys, and ,

gives us a hard time and.doesn't eat very well. I've sent the let themselves in. Am I out of step, Abby, or did he have a r.
neighbor boy home because of this, but in 15 minutes he is right to do this? V I Ia Yj

back again. On school nights they let him stay at our house JUST PLAIN MAD r

until I send him home so I can get my son ready for bed. Can DEAR MAD: You are very much "in" step. And if you want

you help me? I am a nervous wreck. to get technical, the serviceman is guilty of breaking and .
JACKIE'S MOTHER entering. rr ,
DEAR MOTHER: It's not the boy's fault. He has no rules to 41<>t .

follow. Tell his mother that YOU have rules and you need her DEAR ABBY: My husband insists that when a man and a

cooperation. Tell her precisely what hours your son has for lady go upstairs, the woman goes first, and when they go down- NOPE- HAR'S A GOODV- BUT THIS TIME VGIT MY
playtime, mealtime and bedtime. Explain that he isn't permitted stair., the man goes first. I say it's the other way around. YORE BIG WRITE-UP INTH' I'll 60 DOWN THEY NEVER P*' ( eunrvriM ]

company at mealtime or afterwards. And if she doesn't Who is right?' ETTA KET Hi_< SOME PAW-I DRETFUL GOT PLOW'S HOOTIN'HOLLER AN'iHANKGA'Zme RUN YORE V IRON!:

respect your wishes, don't SEND the boy home-TAKE him DEAR ETTA: When a lady goes up the stairs, the gentle- H BAD NEWS BROKE? ABOL1TTH'' 'EM FER PITCHER _J

home. man should follow her so that he can catch her should she FER VE at REVENOOERS RA1DIN' 7H FREEADVERTISIN' 4
.* trip. And the gentleman YORE MOONSHINE
precedes the lady when she descends,
DEAR ABBY: A serviceman came to repair our washing for the same reason. STILL'J.

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tree S3.Mall A R R B ERE T get anything straight?"
that often has to be the Fatherof 1 ,
Knock: : 35.Law RAMIE P E.l "You don't have
the Year. to shout at >
Lateral enforcers E X 0 T E R 'C SUP them wife said..
1L Soft drink !Alcoholic p t T DOT 0 T T 0 The honor came to us whenwe our 5" 1 / f
12.Supplement: beverage Tm not shouting," we shouted. E-c J 1
A LIT NIT RAT E were to the
on a trip West
13.Salver 39.Woe Is me "Here J am, trying to makea rnI 'wW
5 L 0 E DE' TIE S Coast for a lecture swing. Our d
Lugubrious 40.Tell a story living, and all I ever get from
16.Level 44.Dimen4sc"mmand- TAME c ODE DRY wife and children were so ex- .
is when I
anyone are coming
17.ExIst cited, they'called us right away. I WEU..X S7 FLAkE yE .N!
home? 6007.
20.Oil of rOles to a horse "You've just been named Our wife said, "It's not a bad e LET THE LEt'S MEDtCAI.sEi: TEST TVS HAC> HOIU THAT SZ: BUSTER t7AD

22.Illman46..Long-nosed 2.Synthetic 7.Took long Father of the Year," our wife question when you come to think' cur VOLUNTEE29 OF 7FE; TIE REPORT' EPPCMTU5.VX B -
ncred: person Ci.sh language steps said. "I thought you'd like to of it" FALL-our s 'fib--
23.Trouble Playthings 3.Akin 8.Per a24.Popu y
"I have
a good mind
9.Trance not to
48.Newt 4.Attribute SIR 0r'k f
church 4&Hea fruit 10.Ogltt "I knew I was up for it," we i go to New York and pick up <. i e
5. J5.Date the award."
28.FIredog DOWNl.Pasjlng
19.Hair said, "but I was afraid Sonny
SLCdoyUke 6.FUh-cat1ng 20.MlMsh piece Liston would beat ,me out in "You mean you have to go to
plant style bird 21.2, OO.bs. the finals." New York to get the award?" I I o

24.Cough "Of course I do. They won't f t
J r ,o "When are you coming home,
drop give it to you if you don't show r s
Daddy? our son asked on the
/ it /d 2SthoroughI1. up for the luncheon."
extension."I .
26.Commotion "That means you'll be away :; GSk
must be out another week," again.

p 27.And not we told him "I have speechesto "You don't understand. In --
/ 29.Wading make all over the country." order to be worthy of the award
30.Sindbad's "You're always away," hecomplained. you have to earn it You haveto YOU REMEMBEK \ YES. LANP OOUU7 HAVE GONE AR IN POLITICS. Pt5COVERED ONE SHOULD NEVER CONFIDE IM
t bird be seen around. People haveto THIS ROOM.PONT] I COULD HAVE MATE HIM A S *WJDe.. WA5 A AN HONEST MAN/VOU 5FATHERE
23 f je
3 decree to you're Father of the
know. If I wasn't much
34.Ha away so Year material if o -
by you spend all
Is + r I would have
% % = f never elected your time with your family?"
Jr iT 35.Time gone Father of the Year. They don't
.- by -- give these awards to nobodies."
3s i A 4 36.Hodge. They give them to successful Punch Line <
podge "
4 4i 37.Indolent CAPE KENNEDY Fla. (AP) r
"What's successful
U.PershUg's person I
7 army; aoor.42.LaW ?" The Hound Dog, 1, 00-mOe- i I ,
range missile carried by

Par tlme 22 mln, A?NwM.r,, 4\.j+ 43.Work unit "That's somebody" who is' B52 bombers, has been nicknamed I Q
never home. ,the "Pooch, with a :
Our daughter got on ,_ the Punch" I
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Friday, April 24, 1964 Gainesville Sun 1i

Fair's' a Hit Show CasualFish.Keeper Groucho's I


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NEW YORK (AP-The New' ors praised the.resting and eat- ft

t. York World's Fair, making a' Patrons Get ing accommodations, a great
r spectacular recovery from open- point of dissatisfaction at the
ing-day bad> weatSer and civil' 1939-40 New York World's Fair.A HOLLYWOOD (AP) "Nep QaftttsuiUtl1aUJS1mHollY'vo (
,:, otism? I'm about it said ;
Wort I" ,
( rights clamor, has earned the I Money :::-t crazy
endorsement of the most im-! few complained of long ,' Groucho Marx- with his usual
waits to get into some of the
studied irreverence. "Too bad
of all critics the
portant cus-
.t '
tomer. larger pavilions, and others sug- ; I'm getting too old for it." d's Got It's Own
or around the 646-acre fair site gested restaurant prices couldbe
The exposition was lauded by Irreverence aside, the acidic
in Flushing Meadow Park. I a bit lower.
some two dozen persons polled comedian seems to be doing all
Many of the patrons polled The New York State Pavilionwas Miniature
at random Thursday on the fair. right by his family these days.: Melting-Pot
grounds. Thursday spoke of the educa-: dedicated by Gov. NelsonA.
Tonight his lovely wife Eden
tional value of the dozens of Rockefeller. Also dedicatedand
Attendance climbed from joins him on the Bob Hope Show:I HOLLYWOOD (AP) Most to pick up the latest art maga
Wednesday's opening-day 92,696' government and industrial pavilions. formally opened Thursdaywere "
in "Time for Elizabeth, a play people in Hollywood come from zines.
theKorean Pavilion and
to 163,252 Thursday. The relatively i
written by Groucho and Nor-:somewhere else and when "We work close the dollar *
low attendance Wednes- There are many worthwhile I the Jordanian Pavilion, where Krasna. I they to ,
day 'was. attributed to civil exhibitions," said Dante Ger- King Hussein of Jordan offi- man I want to learn about where they he said. "We only make aboir

rights demonstrations which manotta of Walpole,' Mass. It! ciated.A ./1 r H3 Recently be appeared on the I came from, they go to the out- five cents on magazines. Ow

had been announced in advance speaks well of the technology of I small army of workmen ear jt : s. Steve Allen Show to introducea I of-town newspaper stand at Las biggest profit is on the out-of-
and to the chill rain. our society." I continued construction ofsev- new folk music act composedof Palmas Avenue and Hollywood town newspapers. But most ol
More than 300 persons were Others remarked about how eral pavilions and other build his grandchildren. "But that Boulevard.The them are on a nonreturnablebasis.
arrested for demonstrating in}:[far a dollar went, and still oth- ings. wasn't nepotism" he declared.I We stock 600 different
"Nepotism is when your rela- stand's aged cash register papers and every month we
sBetween tives have no talent." can be heard ringing around throw out hundreds and hundreds
Asks the clock, and each hour bringsa of copies that don't sell."
Sikes a wife (Carole Cook) who scorns him for What of various other new pattern of purchasersfrom -
' I : Meets his fish-keeping hobby, and the wife's ex-beau (Jack Marxes? Daughter Melinda is the fry cooks, hotel help Then there is the matter ol

Cathy ReversalPrayer Of Weston) who has come to visit, Don Knotts as "The nearing 18 and making soundsof and janitors of early dawn to passersby who consider the
Incredible Air. Limpet" tries to be casual. The War- wanting to be an actress. "I the musicians, strip teasers and stand a public library. Duringthe

ner Bros. comedy-with-music opens tonight. at the never suggested it to her," said insomniacs of late nightFor peak selling hours one man
The President Ban Gainesville Drive-In. Groucho, "and that's the surest 'does nothing but stand on the
way to make her want to do it." 25 years, the owners of I curb to check pilferage.

., -- WASHINGTON (AP) The Son Arthur is co-authoring a the Universal News Agency I The newstand faces right on
Film MusicalsToday new television series, and Simon Fanstein and Walter the street with only a three-foot
CHICAGO (AP-It was back!her grandmother could come to Court ban on official i
to the humdrum life of the sec-; see her make her first Holy Supreme brothers Gummo and Zeppoare Spile have been watching the awning for shelter. Rain cuts
ond grade today for Cathy May Communion. school prayers was seen today involved in orange grow never-ending parade. into sales, but then a lot of

Baker, who for the past two Cathy was on hand at O'Hare I by a House member as part of a Rarity ing. And Harpo? "It's a fascinating business" customers drive by to pick up

days has been in the spotlightwith International Airport to greet a deadly attempt to make our "He told me seven years ago said Fanstein. "You see people their papers.

President Johnson. I the President and :Mrs. Johnson i America officially a godless na he was retiring and he works from all walks of life and from

Cathy.7, was lifted from obscurity -Thursday. The President cameto tion." I HOLLYWOOD (AP) The drews and Christopher Plum- harder than I do," said the four corners of the globe. 'S'
J in suburban Park Forest Chicago to make an addressat Westwood Hills are alive with mer are playing the leads created -Groucho. "Right now he's tour- '..
I Democratic Rep., Robert L. F. Sikes, D- Music." the Northwest "We 'em all. You talk c.IoMI trlrr
Wednesday wh e n President a party fund- "The Sound of by Mary Martin and Theodore ing making appearances get trMitktd
Johnson mentioned her letter to raising dinner. :Fla., expressed that view in testimony -I It's news nowadays whenevera for United Jewish about stars. They've all been I K tntla rritd ._ ,

him during his televised an- She was greeted by Mrs. prepared for the House studio starts a musical, especially Bickel. The company Welfare. I didn't even know he here. That fellow who plays .. ,. .,.,.
nouncement that a nationwide Johnson who spotted her first. I Judiciary Committee and urged I one as auspicious as the leaves soon for locations in Salz- was Jewish." Perry Mason on the television- '.....r F 'U ...'"
railroad strike had' been "You're a sweet girL I saw enactment of a constitutional final Rodger.Hammerstein collaboration -burg, Austria With his family so actively what's his name, RaymondBurr 13th". *
214 NW FR 6.6472
averted. you on television and read all ,which 20th Century- Wise finds it odd that he employed, you'd think that ?-he comes by every week Alt* la Ocala
Thursday the President not about you,"* said the First'Lady amendment to reverse the Fox is making. Fifteen years should be making another mu- Groucho might enjoy a leisurely i
only delivered his reply person- as she gave Cathy one of a bou- court's decision. ago a score of tune-films wouldbe sical. He's more identified with life. Such is not the case. He
ally but he invited Cathy to visit quet of a dozen red roses. Sikes said religion' should not shooting at one time. In 1963 dramas "Executive Suite" continues his frequent television ONE/\ HITED SUNSHINE STATEDICKINSON

the White House. Then Johnson picked up only two were made: "My Fair, "Somebody Up There Likes appearances-last week he did SPEAKS TO
Perhaps the return to normalcy Cathy, kissed her and gave her be confined only to the church Lady" and "The Unsinkable! Me," "I Want to Live." But his two of Carl Reiner's "Celebrity \ r

comes just in time. his answering letter. and the home Molly Brown." other musical was the big one Game"' shows in one night -

"You're the father of Cathy "I'm sorry I didn't get to an- "I believe that religion exists Why the dearth of musicals? "West Side, Story," which and he wouldn't be adverse to
May Baker," she twitted her swer your letter before I wenton The answer seems to lie in the earned him an Academy Ward. taking on another series like his "YOU THE PEOPLE"Tomorrow
that shouldbe
and it
father, John T. Baker thurs- television but if I deliver it everywhere, all-important overseas market. Wise said that he hadn't seen long-running "You Bet Your
I' day as she joined Johnson and in person, I hope you will for- recognized everywhere," he With a rare exception like "The Sound of Music" when he Life." He is considering two or
some 6,000 others at McCormick give me,'' the letter said in said. "And I consider it particu- "West Side Story," foreigners signed to make it. three opportunities to do so. Night
Place, for a fund-raising dinner. part. larly important in these days, don't seem to cotton to the unreality -
She also told her mother, "I'm very proud to have a when teaching in the home is of most musicals. A special WJXT-TV Channel '4
"The President's nice, I think friend like you. I hope all girls so often neglected, that religious problem has been the trans- WAh_TED
J'll write another letter so I can and boys,of America follow the education be implemented in lation of songs. I 9:30 P.M.

l see him again." news of your.time the way you public schools and public "We're working on that right .
Cathy.wrote a letter- to Johnson have done and that they will always -places." now," said Robert Wise, who is i BOYS 12- 16 'YEARS

t two'weeks ago, asking him feel like writing to their Sikes' testimony continued the producing and directing "The rgD aUD

J to "keep.. the trains running" ?o President. barrage by House members in Sound of Music." The Gainesville Sun i is; now accepting appli-
"We have in
people Europe DiCKinSOnCANDIDATE
\ support of various_ proposed
Smokey Say: making translations of the cations for bike routeGainesv*;.
i! Schools amendments to permit prayers into the four
May and_Bible reading in the schools. lyrics ma- 101'OOVIIRNDRPel.
lb ille Sun
fro t!c"" jor languages of the foreign

Nearly two dozen have testi- market-French, Italian, German ( pore Ael.)
Reopen In fied since the hearings began I and Spanish. I don't think Call 372-8441 Circulation Dept.

Wednesday and only one, Rep. that has ever been done while I

Race Strife a John W. Davis, D-Ga., ex- a film was still in production.But .
pressed approval of the Supreme I feel it is essential" Low FIRST RUN Admission>>
Court's prayer and Bible Broadway stars Julie An- STARTS TONITE!
L\ CHESTER, Pa. (AP-Chester reading'decisions.Committee Children Under 12 FREE
!n school officials who closed the E Market 2 FUN FILLED
members who Open 6:30Show at
schools Wednesday bJACKSONVILLE
; city's 18 public Bftflff-fftf THEATRE
because they feared for have raised numerous questions; (AP) The COLOR HITS! SH Both Complete Late As 9:20
the safety of the pupils say they about the constitutional difficulties -' Northeast Florida Egg Market" HQi-U ..,..a.F.a.e H. '-""IfI f
involved in the problem
will the schools next prices to retailers:
reopen .l chided Exclusive First Area Showing .
week. 3wMJ& were Thursday by Rep. Extra large 38% 42, mostly I .
Craig Hosmer, R-Calif., for
42; large mostly 37-39;
But civil rights demonstratorssay takes fly oifr-& euefolt "tilting at windmills. medium 32-37, mostly 33 35; SHOWN TWICE

they'll close them again. Hosmer said all Congress had small 28V4-30, mostly 30. First & Lost

Mrs. Francis P. Donahoo, to do was remove any prohibition Poultry at farms: fryers 12%:

president of the school board, that may exist to religious hens none.
said Thursday that one of the stoned and two policemen injured -, exercises in public schools and !
public schools will be reopened by broken glass. I leave it to local authorities to LEON E.PRESENTS MIMS, Owner N1? ICIIEDI81J

Monday and, if there are no Ronald Ellis, 20, of Chester.was deal with any problems that
further incidents the junior arrested later and charged may arise.

high schools and elementary I with disorderly conduct after "But it's not as simple as : WiVIY;
schools would be reopened Tues: reportedly shouting insults at a that" said Chairman Emanuel

.policeman. Celler D-N.Y., "there are many SOOO WATTSRADIO :
day.At At the Thursday night rally different kinds of prayers and LOG MRi0IIMPW1LLfrUAvE I'
rally Thursday night
a Brooks accused Chester and different versions of he Bible.A .
however, Frank Brooks treasurer State Police of brutality in school board may prescribea MONDAY thru SATURDAY
the-Committee for Free- :N Relgba:3S
of Wednesday night's demonstra- prayer or a Bible that are ob- Hews A WaatMT.
dom Now said, "We're goingto 5:>5 ft*. OarttnarSammy
jectionable to some parents. U.4Ny
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plans despite the statementThe .f TOWER HOUSE Farm Shaw "

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daily demonstrations for rI TODAY AND ciiiii: SATURDAY : O.Lacal Mantgamary NewsS'tS _

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Chester police arrested a total ACTOR BOXOFFICE OPEN 1:15 i ".).. Kay Shaw ENEMY

of 216 persons on Wednesdayas I I 3 Academy BEST PLAY -fEATUUSI j I Haws Kay ft WaafharMJatui Shew u..opens.NAVY its SCIENTISTSIUper.secret
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10 Gainesville Sun Friday, April 24, 1964

'Weren't Really Serious PublisKers Ti r

I by
About Stall-In at Fair Head States CHAIN LINK

Sfoiu $ork Simfl t: j to}their promises of 2,000 ,stalled His Position _:, : HURRICANE

automobiles. .the SUNALACHUA I k _
NEW YORK Militant inte- Lawrence Cundiff of the NEW YORK (AP) Gene t

grationists who helped, plan Cambridge movement said in Robb publisher of two Albany \ FENCEProtect
unsuccessful traffic (N.Y.) newspapers and the new -
Wednesday's interview that his
'a telephone president of the American GENERAL dred McNeil and son, Mrs. Jua- G. Heath, Reddick, at SW 13th''I And
"stall-in" at the World's Fair had thought about contributing -
group Newspaper Publishers Associa- HOSPITAL nita Servia, Mrs.Alice Warring- St. and 9th Rd. at 12:30 p.m. BeautifyYour
indicated Thursday that they I 100 automobiles to the tion says the association "car- April 21, 1964BIRTHS ton, John W. Hoover, Mrs. Jau- Wednesday. :' Home

had never really been serious I project. ries the flag" of the newspaper nita Crews. Maurice Sabean, 1109 NW 13th NOW
about the projeCt.One .
"But our funds had to be business. St., reported his parked car hit
I Mr. and Mrs. John H. Wilkerson ACCIDENT ROUNDUP
Chicago man, identifiedby channelled into another thing." by an unknown auto at the No.I
And he says he will do his Micanopy, a girl; Mr. and
local planners as a primary he said adding: level best to uphold the prin- Mrs. Douglas V. Chalfant 15% Involved in accidents reportedto Main St. shopping center at I

contributor to the demonstration "Most of this was released to ciples of the association, which SE 10th St., a boy; Mr. and the Gainesville police and the 12:36 p,m. Wednesday.
denied that he had ever the press for psychological rea- represents 834 newspapers. Mrs. Robert G. Combs, 1914 NW :sheriffs department in the last Charles R. Seaver, Clermont
promised to send automobilesto sons. I don't think we,ever ex- H Terr., a girl; Mrs. Margaret -,24 hours were: and Vera Mae Bolt, 503 NW 6th 11 FREE Information & EstimatesSee
Flushing Meadow for use in pected to get 100 cars." Robb publisher of the Times- Ann Kimbell, 118 NW 35th Quincy,Mills, Cross City, and,.Ave., in the 300 Block of NW I Our Quality Get Our Price
a planned traffic jam. The protest resulted in abouta Union and the Knickerbocker Terr., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. J. David H. Jamerson, Archer Rd., 3rd Ave. at 7:41 a.m. Wednes- Before You Decide Immediate InstallationNO
dozen stalled automobiles. News made the pledge after his R. Neal, Jr., 1841 NW 44th at W. Univ. Ave. and Newberry day. DOWN PAYMENT Up To 36 Months To PayPHONE
Another, an official of the election by the ANPA Thursday.
Ave., a boy; Mr. and ,Mrs. Rd., at 5:44
the p.m. yesterday. FIRE CALLSAt
Md. civil Traffic was light on rainy I
Cambridge, rights
Panel discussions James W. Parker Rt. 4 Box
by publishers
day, and few motoristswere Vernon Levelle Thomas 4011 4:44 3725333SAUNDERS I
movements, said he and other opening p.m yesterday, grass I
and of ANPA 336 girt I
proponents of the demonstrationhad troubled by the stall-in presentation NW Seventh St., William P. fire at 1300 block NE 23rd Blvd.,
the final bus-
reports preceded ADMITTEDMargaret Humphries, Opelika, Ala., and
never expected to live up efforts. iness session.A At 6:33 ajn., 4139 NW 6th St., OIL CO.
Ann Kimbell, Lisa Gainesville Police Car (parked -mattress afire.
I 1 I n I I C discussion of "newspaper Carol Blackburn, Jeffrey Scott ) at NW 13th St., and 39th At 7:53 SW 13th"
am. today,
content for today's and tomorrow's lAve. 814 N.W. 4th St.
James at 3:07
Heier, Raymond Arbo- p.m. yesterday. I St. and 9th Rd., garbage truck
readers" was held with J. gast, Debra Lynn Learn, Winnie Major Thomas, route one,'motor. 1
Montgomery Curtis, dircetor of Lee Neal Michael Curtis
Gainesville, and a black and
'PiINITIARKE the American Press Institute, Townsend, Lee Chalfant, Mar- white cow at State Rd. 329 near
as moderator. The panelis t s garita Martell, Peggy E. Par- State Rd 121 at 9:39
pjn. yes-
were John Cowles Jr., Minneapolis ker, Mary Elizabeth Hatcher, terday. NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA'SMOST
Star & Tribune; Lee Hills, Nelsie Victoria Franklin, "Mat-
Paul Andrew Bates, Castle-
Knight Newspapers; Pulliamand tie Fender, Robert Sherwin
I I Eugene A. Simon, Taren- Wilkerson, Gertrude Combs,'betrY, at 1900 block of SW 13th COMPLETE SELECTION

J.ckson I tum, Pa., Valley News. Don Wilson Hodgins, Frank St., at 12:35 p.m. yesterday.Mrs. .
f INK Cowles said editorial pages' Charle R. Woods, 1310
r KR James, Margaret Virginia Har-
MINIT NARERTs11i can be influential if they do not'well, Sue Long, Ira Bell Fisher, NE 14th St., and Mrs. H. B: OF ZENITH COLOR TVCOUCH'S

straddle fences. He discussed Caroline Julia Palmer, all of Wild, 1520 NE 12th St, at theN
i 1 rv.I the use of photographs to help Gainesville; Carolyn Ann Mc- Main St. Shopping Center

L u. make editorial points. Gehee, High Springs; Wenona parking lot at 11:15 a.m. yester

DRIVE-IN SHOPPING Hills suggested considerationof Conroy, Waldo, Ruth Diane day. 608 N.
newspapers and broadcasters Nipper, Newberry; Evans Olden W. Bart, Starke, and:
OPEN 7 to 11 EVERY DAY! pooling resources in such thingsas Andrew Thornton, Hawthorne; Michael E. Zike Keystone:1 MAIN I ST.j .

reporting basic figures like Fannie Ward, Cedar Key; Heights, at the Palm Lanes ,
4 NEW LOW PRICES election returns and baseball James Nelson, Archer; Orlando -Bowling Alley Parking Lot on
box scores. Hills, who spoke on Thomas, Santa Fe; Stella the.Waldo. Road at 8 p.m. Wed-
wire news, said there now is a Hall,Shamrock; Ernestine Mil- nesday. AS LOW AS
PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR huge waste through duplicationin ler, Trenton; Debora Ann Gonzales Marion McLain Stainton,j NhH

,1 GAINESVILLE STORES reporting these figures. Lake City. 1426A SW 18th PL, and Osborne:1
\ 1234 NW 16th Ave. 1023 SE 4th Ave. Pulliam, who spoke on local :
3725 W. Univ. Ave. 3809 E. Univ. Ave. news, suggested more stor- DISCHARGEDMrs.
2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW 16th Blvd. ies on what people are doing Betty Jane Harris, Ce- PROPANELp.mqs $41888
4105 NW 13th St. rather than what they are say cil Freyermuth Mrs. Betty
ing. I Alligood, Mrs. Myrtice Carlton COLOR LV.

All Brands-King SinFilterRegularsCigarettes Simon, who has tripled his'and daughter, Mrs. Linda
ctn. $269 newspaper's cirulation from 8- Green and son, Daniel Gifford,
000 to 24,000 while'the popula Addie Duffie, Mr. Joseph Fol- HOTTER THAN

tion of the area was declining, ey, Mrs. Nancy Geer and son, NATURAL GAS PERFORMANCE GUARANTEED
Eddie Ford, Wm. C. Wilson, OPEN TO
said that unless a publicationhas
Grade "A" LARGE Fresh Florida-in carton Cook & Heat Water
Mrs. Gail Thomas and Mrs.
readable news content, the son, BY COUCH'S OWN COLOR
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Weren't Really Serious Publishers'Head -r', ""'' j :

/ SEE ,
I by
About Stall-In at Fair States CHAIN LINK

__ _,_ .. 0_' L His Position ,
tfcrn tJork to. tneir promises of:2,000 stalled HURRICANE
Wimtl1.r.-1 automobiles.
NEW YORK Militant inte- Lawrence Cundiff of the NEW YORK (AP) Gene __ __

grationists who helped planWednesday's Cambridge movement said in Robb, publisher of two Albany FENCE
unsuccessful' 'traffic -! (N.Y.) newspapers and the new u \
a telephone interview that his 13:1
president of the American GENERAL dred McNeil and son, Mrs. Jua- G. Heath, Reddick, at SW ,_ Protect And
"stall-in" at the World's Fair had thought about contri-
group Newspaper Publishers Association HOSPITAL nita Servia, Mrs. Alice Warrington St. and 9th Rd. at 12:30 p.m.I I BeautifyYour
that automobiles to theprojecJ
indicated 100
Thursday they:buting
says the association "car- April 21, 1964BIRTHS John W. Hoover, Mrs. Jau- Wednesday. Home
had never really been serious ries the flag" of the nita Crews. 'NOW
newspaper Maurice Sabean, 1109 NW 13th
about the project J
I "But funds had to be business. St. his hit
our Mr. and Mrs. John H. Wilkerson ACCIDENT ROUNDUP reported parked car .
One Chicago man, identifiedby channelled into another thing.! by an unknown auto at the No.
And he says he will do his Micanopy, a girl; Mr. and
local planners as a primary he said, adding: Involved in accidents reportedto Main St. shopping center at
II level best to uphold the principles Mrs. Douglas V. Chalfant, 15%
contributor to the demonstration "Most of this was released to of the association, which SE 10th St, a boy; Mr. and ; the Gainesville police and the 12:36: p,m. Wednesday.

denied that he had ever the press for psychological rea- represents 834 newspapers. Mrs. Robert G. Combs, 1914 NW sheriff's department in the last Charles R. Seaver, Clermont, x
promised to send automobiles'sons. I don't think we,ever expected H Terr., a girl; Mrs. Margaret 24 hours were; and Vera Mae Bolt, 503 NW 6th FREE Information & EstimatesSee
to Flushing Meadow for use in' to get 100 cars." Robb, publisher of the Times- Ann Kimbell, 118 NW 35th Quincy Mills, Cross City, and Ave., in the 300 Block of NW Our Quality Get Our Price

a planned traffic jam. I The protest resulted in abouta Union and the KnickerbockerNews Terr., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. J. David H. Jamerson, Archer Rd., 3rd Ave. at 7:41 a.m. Wednes- Before You Decide Immediate InstallationNO
made the after his
dozen stalled automobiles. pledge R. Neal, Jr., 1841 NW 44th at W. Univ. Ave. and Newberry day. DOWN PAYMENT Up To 36 Months To PayPHONE
Another, an official of the election by the ANPA Thursday.
Ave., a boy; Mr. and ,Mrs. Rd., at 5:44
the p.m. yesterday.
Cambridge, Md., civil rights Traffic was light on rainy CALLSAt
movements, said he .and other opening day, and few motoristswere Panel and presentation discussions by of publishers ANPA- James 336 girl W. Parker, Rt. 4 Box Vernon Levelle Thomas, 4011 4:44: pm yesterday, grass I L 372-5333 ,

proponents of the demonstrationhad troubled by the stall-in bus- NW Seventh SL, William P. fire at 1300 block NE 23rd Blvd.
the final
never expected to live up efforts. reports preceded. ADMITTEDMargaret Humphries, Opelika, Ala., and At 6:33 4139 NW 6th St. I
iness session.A a.m., SAUNDERS OIL CO.
Ann Kimbell, Lisa Gainesville Police Car (parked mattress afire. II
discussion of "newspaper Blackburn ), at NW 13th St. and 39th I
i .I.II Carol Jeffrey Scott ,
content for today's and tomor- At 7:53 a.m. today, SW 13th 814 N.W. 4th St.NORTH .
James Ave. at
Heier, Raymond Arbo- 3:07: p.m. yesterday.
in unuc jiiumiiiuou uunuuuauiii uunmiMuuiiiuiffl row's readers" held with J. St. and 9th Rd., garbage truck
gast, Debra Lynn Learn, Winnie Major Thomas, route one, motor. l
Montgomery Curtis, dircetor of Lee Neal, Michael Curtis Gainesville, and a black and
V INITARKE the American Press Institute, Townsend, Lee Chalfant, Mar- white cow at State Rd. 329 near::1
J as moderator. The panelis t s garita Martell, Peggy E. Parker State Rd 121 at 9:39
I pjn. yes
were John Cowles Jr., Minnea- Mary Elizabeth Hatcher, terday. I CENTRAL FLORIDA'SMOST
I polis Star & Tribune; Lee Hills, Nelsie Victoria Franklin, Mat-
I i T-S IMII1 Knight Newspapers; Pull i am tie Fender, Robert Sherwin Paul Andrew Bates, Castle-
Vii and Eugene A. Simon, Taren- Wilkerson, Gertrude Combs, beery: at 1900 block of SW 13th

i.cKsOlINIT turn, Pa., Valley News. Don Wilson Hodgins, Frank St., at 12:35 p.m. yesterday.
I Cowles said editorial pages Mrs. Charle R. Woods, 131C
James Har-
d cks.wNIPi Margaret Virginia
M..eers v can be influential if they do not well, Sue Long, Ira Bell Fisher, NE 14th St., and, Mrs. H. B: OF ZENITH COLOR TV
straddle fences. He discussed Caroline Julia Palmer, all of Wild, 1520 NE 12th St, at the

r'rT:: the use of photographs to help Gainesville; Carolyn Ann Mc- N. Main St. Shopping Center
i utN make editorial points. Gehee, High Springs; Wenona -'. parking lot at 11:15 a.m. yester

DRIVE-IN SHOPPING Hills suggested consideration Conroy, Waldo, Ruth Diane day. 608 N.
'of newspapers and broadcasters Nipper, Newberry; EvansAndrew Olden W. Bart, Starke, and COUCH'S' ST.
OPEN 7 to 11 EVERY DAY! pooling resources in such things Thornton, Hawthorne; Michael E. Zike, Keystone:' MAIN

I as reporting basic figures like Fannie Ward, Cedar Key; Heights, at the Palm Lanes
NEW LOW PRICES election returns and baseball James Nelson, Archer; Orlan. Bowling Alley Parking Lot or I

I.box scores. Hills, who spoke on do Thomas, Santa Fe; Stella the,Waldo Road at 8 p.m. Wed
wire news, said there now is a Hall,Shamrock; Ernestine Mil- nesday. AS LOW AS
j PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR I huge waste through duplicationin ler, Trenton; Debora Ann Gon- Marion McLain Stainton,; NhH

\ GAINESVILLE. STORES reporting these figures. zales, Lake City. 1426A SW 18th Pl., and Osborne
\ 1234 NW 16th Ave. 1023 SE 4th Ave. Pulliam, who spoke on local :

3725 W. Univ. Ave. 3809 E. Univ. Ave. news, suggested more stories DISCHARGEDMrs.
2809 KW 6th St. 4205 NW 16th Blvd. on what people are doing Betty Jane Harris, Ce- PROPANELpm1s $41888

4105 NW 13th St. rather than what they are say- cil Freyermuth, Mrs. Betty: ,
Alligood, Mrs. Myrtice Carlton COLOR 1'.11.

All Brands-King Site-Filter-Regulars ing.Simon, who has tripled his and daughter, Mrs. Linda

ctn. $269Grade newspaper's cirulation from 8- Green and son, Daniel Gifford,
Cigarettes 000) to 24,000 while the popula- Addie Duffie, Mr. Joseph Fol-- HOTTER THAN

tion of the area was declining, ey, Mrs. Nancy Geer and son, NATURAL GAS PERFORMANCE GUARANTEED
said that unless a publication Eddie Ford, Wm. C. Wilson, OPEN TO
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BAVARIAN SELECTBEER Mrs. Robert B. Brown, 1821 NW
Church will hold a turkey 7th St., a boy; Mr. and Mrs.
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Jo Wins Butler Golf : : ;E' .VV Johnson No Hit

;? tr Club Title i :'V'V

Brings No Win I

Jo sweep Butler past fired Evelyn a 77 yesterdayto Puckett, r

.c I I 2-and-l, in the finals of the _
: .. ; championship flight in the an-

nual Gainesville Golf and Country By MURRAY CHASS reached third on an infield out. baseman Deron Johnson never

Club ladies tournament Associated Press Sports, Writer Then Vada Pinson hit a routine had full control of the balL

grounder to Nellie Fox. The The Reds immediately announced -
Eleanor Davis won the championship "So I made history. Heckuvaway veteran second baseman booted they were playing the

consolation with a 1- to get into the books, isn'tit the ball, allowing Rose to score. game under protest. But the

up decision over Carmen Pow- ?" Colts were unable to score as

Even after that inning, another -Joe Nuxhall came out the winner -

ers.In ... Houston pitcher Ken Johnsonhad oddity still was to come. TheColts' five-hitter.
the first flight it was Mary with a
just pitched a unique Pete Runnels hit a ground
Jacunski Ann Scraf- I
h game against his former Cincinnati -ball and appeared to be thrownout Rookie John Werhas' two-run
ford 3-and-2. Bertha Mae Put-
u teammates Thursday night in Houston's ninth. First single in the eighth inning halted -
nam took the first flight consolation <>.; ,> and lost 1-0 two in the
v on errors los-
Stan Landes calledit the Dodgers' disastrous
with a 1-up win over :'v' \. :.,- 7<, < .>.V,.> .,_L,V ninth inning, one of them his. base that umpire way. However, home ing ways. The hit off relief

Mary Johnson. ,. It was the first no-hit gameof Umpire Augie Don telli pitcher Bobby Shantz followedtwo
: plate
Jean Crow downed Louise : ; ; r the young major league sea- overruled Landes saying first I walks and a safe bunt

Summerlin, 5-and-3, in the second son and the second in the Colts' -- -

flight, and Ruth Aller trip- : .. .: :', brief three-year history. But it

ped Betsy Combs, 4-and-3, in -V.V was even more: than that. Blomgren Raps

the second flight consolation.InthethirdflightMay Nine-Hole StandoutsLou
Victor and Runnerup Lou Johnson is the first pitcherever

to hurl a no-hitter and lose
Swearingen trimmed Jeri Jen- Bell (L) was the winner in the nine-hole

winner and runnerup in the Gainesville Golf kins, 3-and-2. championship at Gainesville Golf and Country' Club. first in a nine-inning to lose game and without the Homer Gators
ever a game -
and Country Club 18-hole championship get together Grace Franklin topped Ka- Frances Mason (R) was runnerup. Frances Head the opposing team a1 ,
after match. Victor Jo Butler (L) fired a 77 in the thryn Stephens, 3-and-2, in the was the consolation winner, and Betty Clardy was hit. Other pitchers have gonej!

finals to defeat Evelyn Puckett (R). third flight consolation. consolation runnerup. through nine hitless innings but

: lost in extra innings after allow- Trip KentuckyLEXINGTON

jag hits. 1

Patty Berg I Well Awa.eV Ky. Right Auburn is 10-2( In SEC play to

Pro Grid .fiedler Bill Blomgren's two run 8-3 for Florida.

F---'it' : ; j Johnson, a knuckleball spe- homer in the seventh inning Outburst

Takes Lead cialist, was well aware of the I staked Florida to a lead the Bomgrec's homer sparked a
I no-hitter during the game. Aft- Gators barely held as they three run outburst that put the

At er the seventh inning, he asked I edged Kentucky, 6-5, yesterday Gators comfortably ahead of

AugustaAUGUSTA teammate Don Nottebart, to gain a split in the series and
6-2 into the
Will Kentucky going
Fans I
"How's a guy supposed to feel, snap a two game losing streak.

Ga. (AP) "1 Notty? What do you do?" I The Gators, now 8-3 in SEC bottom of the seventh.

drove pretty well for the old Nottebart, who hurled Hous play, go to Knoxville today and Sophomore Adrian Zabala relieved -

__ girl," said 46-year-old Patty ton's first no-hit game last May tomorrow for a two game set UF starter Jim Biggartin

E:1i FrdayApril24,1964 -' Berg who took a two-stroke lead 17 against Philadelphia, replied: with Tennessee. Auburn, a 7-5 the seventh after the latter

Be HappyFans ____over young rivals into the second "Stay loose and keep going.",[Victor yesterday over the Vols, put the first two men on base.

I round of the 25th annual Ti- After he had concluded his plays the 'Cats today and tomorrow Kentucky got singles runs in

bizarre performance, Johnson in Lexington. each of the last three frames,
tleholders Golf Tournament to- including a ninth inning homci -
scorned sympathy. __ ,...
1. f.e 'PJ..1-o
the collegiate day. .
who like their football pro style, as well as i ujr ".AJLULVLThe naau.
the Florida Gators and South- I "What else can I do?" he LauderdaleAtop
variety as provided
eastern Conference, should be happy this falL Miss Berg was speaking of asked, smiling. "I pitched the game was a costly one for
catcher Dave Por-
the Gators as
three-under-par 69 in the best game of my life. I can't'feel

The National Football League's 1964 schedule takes care of first round Thursday that boosted bad because I lost it. Actually FSLStandings ter injured his neck. OutfielderJim

Sept 12 to the season's finale on Sun I feel for the Duncan, finished out behindthe
things from Saturday, ROLLYSON E. her into contention for her worse guyson
day, Dec. 27. ?' the club. I guess that sounds plate.
eighth Titleholders championship. funny, but it's true." Jim Boyesen led the UF with

There are some innovations this year for the NFL althoughthe Mika Rollyson She also was only one two hits while Nash and Cas-

expected deluge of Friday night games on television, in PLANT CITY Mike Rollyson talented Plant City stroke away from the single- In other National League THE ASSOCIATED PRESS per had a pair each for Ken

direct competition with high schools, small colleges and a !High School athlete and topnotch student, yesterday round record of 68 which she set games, Philadelphia nipped By Undefeated Fort Lauderdale tucky.
materialize thanks to a storm of in 1955 en route to her Pittsburgh 6-5, Los Angeles FLORIDA KENTUCKY
few big ones, too, did not signed a basketball crrant-in-aid uact with the University tournament the Florida State League abrh
topped i abrh
downed St. Louis 7-5 for its first
protests. of Florida.UF of 291. standings Friday and Pendley 3b 310 Horn 2b 400
in the Fellowship of Christian victory after seven straight defeats -baseball Duncan If-c 41 Duncan rf 000
coach Norman Sloan said Athletes.His "I hope the 291 is broken this I and Chicago stoppedNew winless Orlando sat alone in the I Blomgren Shannon Ib rf 421 411 Morin Nash Ib ss 400 412

he is pleased that Rollyson decided time," she said. "Every time a, York 5-1. cellar after Miami won its first Montgomery 2b 4 0 lEmbry 3b 411

> to accept a UF pact. "Heis signing brings to three record is broken it shows that I game in four days of play. Porter Elliott c cf 40 0 O.OF.-ltsch OCasper c If 322 400

: 'rfiT; ''; > a fine man," Sloan women golfers are making Johnson, who already had The Fort Lauderdale Yankees Boyesen cf 40 2Lewis p 200
young prog
T < n : the number of Sunshine State with Morcroft ss 31 1 Kelly 111
,dOIlJrJJerim said, "not only as an athlete, ress. won two games this season, broke a tie Thursday a Biggart p 301 Hewlett p 000
but academically as ,well." players garnered by the Gator I Drove Well blamed himself for the defeat. five run fifth inning to defeat Zabala p 100 Schwartz b-Kennett p 101 000

F>> ;Y Rollyson captained the football coaches to date. Previously sign Miss Berg, of St. Andrews, His wild throw on Pete Rose's I Sarasota 10-2.( It was Sarasota's a-hit Totals for Lewis 34 < t In 7th Totals 3750

_ __ __ _," J team and currently is a top ed have been Alan Treece: of HI., said she drove well throughout bunt with one out in the ninth third loss against one win. b-hit for Hewlett In tth
I FLORIDA ............ 100 110 300-4
pitcher on the baseball team. Jacksonville Terry Parker and the round. put Rose on second, and he In other games Daytona KENTUCKY ...,...... 000 020 111-5

His older brother, Ray, was a David Miller, Delray Beach I, "I was never in the rough at Beach outlasted Tampa 10-7( ; Shannon Morcrort Blomgrwi 2. Home 2. Monton 2. Nash.>*ry RBI B..-..

Still, there Is a Friday nIght game on the slate. It will top hurler for the Gator base- Seacrest all," she added. Miami edged St. Petersburg 6-5 i. gart. Homo 2 Nash 2. LOB-Florida 0.

be played by the New York Giants with Washington's Red- ball team last season. and Lakeland downed Orlando Kentucky: _!1. _PO-A-Florida__2721, Ken-
TUCK) Z/-17. :ZD-riasn. jvtorcron. nnBlomgren -
skins as the opposition. It's'It on Sept 25. in Yankee Stadium. He scored 23.9 points gamein I Sloan indicated that ,the ...UF I .. NL Box ScoresCINCINNATI I:'-7-3.Bill" Cla V4 ton"sparkoo_ "For !.;,auI .. -i Montgomery, rjasIl., to Shannon..OP-Home SB-to Shannon.Nash,

and has one scholarship remainingand I S-Duncan.
regular season wasa .
Is derdale's loaded f i f thinning Pitchers IPRERHSOBS
'Arranging TrickyThere standout for the. Planters in that it also likely will go HOUSTON CHICAGO NEW YORK double. Team- x-Btgggart (W) 6 3 2 6 3 2
with a two-run Zabala 3 2 2 2 5 3
this for most Class A play in the state tourney to a player in the Sunshine ab r hSbi ab r b bi Stewart 2b abrhbi 6 1 1 0 Smith Ib abrhbi 4000 mate Mike Ferraro added a Lewis (L) 7 6 S 0 5 3
is a scattering oUnight games year although Daytona Beach Rose 2b 4100 Kasko ss 4000 Brock rf 4021 Hunt 2b 311' Hewlett 1 0 0 0 0 0
Columbus Day State. Ruiz 36 4000Fox2b 4020 two-run single.Three of the five 1 0 0 0 1 S
St. Louis Cardinals play one on Williams If 4010 Hickmn If 4010 Schwartz
teams. The Seabreeze won the title. Pinson cf 3000 Runnels Ib 3010 Santo 3b 4010 Thomas It 4020 Sarasota'sJim x-pitched to two batters In seventh
Oct 12, against Baltimore. That's a Monday night, believe it Sloan said he will use Roily aXeough Robinson 0000 bLIIIIs 0000 Banks Ib 5230 Taylor c 3000 runs were unearned. Bk-Biggort, Lewis. T-2:36. A-423.
rf 4 0 0 0 Weekly rf 4000
Rodgers ss 4l3lChr't'pherrf4000 Palmer hit a triple, drivingin
or not. It will be on TV,_too. son at a guard post at the UF. Racing Ends Skinner D.John'n If Ib 3000 Aspro'nte 3b 3 0 1 0 Bertell c 4121 Kanehl 3b 4030 third.
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Another Monday night tremendous and agil- c 3000 Samuel ss 1000 Young
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Packers and Detroit Lions on Sept. 28. It Totals 201 p 0000 lett and Stan
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since p team's 14-hit attack. Catcher
time other than the traditional Thanksgiving Day game Coach and Athlete magazine's Cincinnati ,............. 000 000 001-1 cHarkness 1000
Golf LeaderBy Houstea .................000 000 000-4 Locke p 0000 Mike Little drove in three runs
All-America team. He i 1000 and sixth grade girls
1950.Other E-Cardenas, K. Johnson. Fox, D. John- Totals 42 S 153dK.fo 34 1 7 1 with two singles and a sacrifice.
night games, all to be on television, are Detroit at is president of the school's Key son. PO-A-Cincinnati 27-12 Houston 27. I a-Grounded out for Wakefield in 5th Loser Tampa had 16 hits with from 11 schools in the county
member of National 11. DP-Cardenas and D. Johnson; Rulz. b Filed out for Moran in 7th; c-
19 and Pittsburgh at Cleveland on Oct. Club, a Rose and D. Johnson; Cardenas, Ruiz Ron Robinson will compete in a Junior Olym-
Los Angeles on Sept. I Struck out for Hinsley In 7th; d-Ground Dave West and
Honor Society and is active and Cardenas. LOB-Cincinnati 3. Hous- out for Locke In tth. L. f .t U.ri. 1.1"....._
I tiuuujiun at ucuiu *
.. piwa
10. Both are Saturday games. ltm .................. hitting three singles each.
Chicago 040 Oil ooo-4 will start at 9
i u-Donatelll. Landes. Steiner, Barticle.T I The a.m.
in the It does I MIAMI Florida's 176 day -1:54. A-5,424. New York .................000 000 010-1 There were three home runs program
All the after dark games come early year. 'racing season ended with the I, HR ER BB SO Hickman. PO-A Chicago 27,11, in Lakeland's four run victoryover The event, featuring dashes,
cold there. Nuxhall W, 1-1 t S 0 0 1K. 6 York I. sack races, volleyball throws
get up II I II
Major closing of Gulfstream Park, I Johnson L, 2-1 0 1 0 2 t I New York 21... LOB Chicago 15 New Orlando. Roy Renfro and
Night Game 3B Brock, Banks. HR-Hult. S- Lennie Carrier hit homers for and relay races, is cosponsoredby
Monday Night Games Now which recorded one of its best Bertell. the Gainesville Elks Lodge
IP H RERBBO the winner and Nat Hargy add-
11 Leaders |III| seasons. Attendance was up 18 j PITTSBURGH PHILADELPHIA Ellsworth W 1-1 t 7 1 1 2 S Orlando. and the Recreation Department.A .
for the certainly are abrhbi abrhbi Stallard L, 0-2 .. 2 1.3 6 4 1 1 2 ed one for
The people who do the scheduling pros i per cent and betting almost 12 Schofield ss 4 2 1 0 Taylor 2b 4010 Wakefield .._.... 22.3" 1 1 1 3 Miami its first by similar event was held last
won game
of "arranging" key games. The Thanksgiving Vlrdon cf 4110 Callison rf 4110 Hinsley......... 2 4 0 0 1 1
wise in the ways NATIONAL LEAGUE per cent for the 43-day meeting Clemente rf S 0 1 2 Allen 3b 4222 Locke .. ......- 2 1 0 0 111 scoring twice in the eighth inning week for boys with Alachua Elementary
Day fray matches the champion Chicago Bears againstthe Batting IS at bats Mays, San Francisco Stargell 1 312 Sievers Ib 3000 U-Weyer, Conlan, Venzon Harvey. T-
Barbaron won the final featureby Girls from
of the season .452 Allen, Philadelphia .440. Clenden'n Ib 2 0 2 1 dBriggs 0100 2-43 A- ,02S. good enough for a one- winning.
Lions in Detroit The final two Sundays Runs Mays San Francisco 12; 2% lengths. Bailey 3b 4000 Gonzalez' cf 4 1 1 1Mazer'skI2b4000Cater LOS ANGELES ST. LOUIS Alachua New-
St High Springs,
Allen Philadelphia L I point edge over ,
Green No. 2 team in the and If 4000 I abrnbi abrhbiWills
will see the Bears playing Bay, Runs batted In Mays ,San Francisco Pagliaroni c 4 1 1 0 Trlandos c 3000 SS 5012 Flood Cf 5134 Miami's Bobby Frazier had berry, Hawthorne, Lanier, Fos-
Division Dec. 5 and the New York Giants. 15; Banks Chicago. and MIenSPhfladetphla. Gibbon p 3000 eDalryple 0001 Gilliams 2b 5 1 1 0 Groat 4010
; ss
Western OCALA A 68
four-under-par hits Smith Fin-
L Butters p 0000 Wine ss 4130 T.Davis If 5000 Lewis rf 3000 three of the team's ten a ter, Metcalfe, Kirby ,
Eastern winners, meeting Cleveland, No. 2 team, on pec. 12. Hits. -Chicago Mays.; San Pinson Francisco and Ruiz 14; Williams Cincinnati earned Jack Roundtree the lead Bork Face p p 0000 00000oozer Mahaffey p p 0000 0000 Fairly Howard Ib rf 4112 3211 Taylor cGagllano 0000 1000 total matched by Tim Young of Icy, Lake Forest and Littlewood

NFL football reportedly will come several hundred miles Doubles. and Fox.Stargell.Houston.Pittsburgh!3- S; after the first round of the : aHoak 1000 W.Davis cf 3010 Shantz p p 0000 St Petersburg. schools are expected to compete.
Wise p 0000bRoias Bn<*hnrn f :a 1 1 0 Whit 111 A O 1 fl
N. Golf
closer to Florida in 1965. The Cardinals are rumored to be Rodgers Chicago" and Kasko" Houston, Henry Camp Tournament 1000 diii.1. 0 0 0 Boyer 3b- 4000 -
4. R. ,1,. Williams of Ocala Green p 0000, Camllll e 0000 James If 4110
Atlanta and ,the 57,090 seating Santo. Chicago and Fox.
interested in switching to new Triples cCovington 1000' Werhas 3b 4l22McCarverc 4120
also American League team pushing for Houston. 2. was second with 69 on the 6,310- Baldschun p 0 0 0 0 Drysdale P 2110 Javier 2b 4 1 1 1Perran'skl
stadium. There's an Horn rum Mays San Francisco *4 Herrmsfn 1012 !l1J"JCUI. TATE
yard Ocala Municipal Course. p 1 0 0 0 Brogllo p 0000 ONE UNITEn _
foothold.It i; Williams. Chicago S. Totals 11 S 75 Totals 14 < f 4a aClemens 1110
an Atlanta Stolen bases wills. Los Angeles. 5; '
W. Davis Los Angeles X -Called out on strikes for Boozer In Totals 3677bWarwickrf2000 p ( )
will be interesting to see if pro football, provided the Pitching O'Toole. Clncln n a 11; TAMPA-Marvin Beck of Pensacola's 3rd; b-Greunded out for Wise In 5th Totals 365155aDoubled ANSWERS i
the franchise hurts Georgia Kllppsteln. Philadelphia Sanford. San Class AA basketball c-Fouled out for Green In tth; d-Ran for Broglio In sin; V
victor for Gibson and Simmons.St. V
NFL is the Atlanta Francisco and for Slavers In tth; -HIt sacrifice fly b-Grounded out for Fanok In Tth; c-
Tech's independent status in the sport The odds are againstthe Strikeouts. Louis. 2-G.-1.000.Johnson. Houston 15; champions was elected coach of schun for Triandos In tth.Pittsburgh .In tth; Doubled for Bald- Grounded out for In Lewis In 7th; d-Struck "You The People

Engineers suffering any financial reverses. Atlanta is a Norman. Chicago and Gibson St. the North Team for the All-Star ............ 32* 000 too-5 Los ouo for Angeles Roseboro. tth. .. 002210020-7 Saturday Night
major metropolitan area for a start And Tech has a built-in 14.AMERICAN LEAGUE Basketball game at Gainesville Philadelphia _........... OM 200 004-4 St. Laws ::::::::::::,. 001 520 200-5 I __, V

cushion-stuffed with money-to protect it. There are few Batting It at bats Malzone.440. Boston. Aug. 1. Vmce Schaeffer of Mi- E-Baldschum. PO-A-Pittsburgh 24-10. E-Javier, Fairly. PO-A-Los Angeles pEORUD V
Los Angeles
JOO: Fregosi. (Two out when winning run scored). 27-10 St. Louis 21-7. DP-Wills and
universities or colleges in the nation better endowedwith Runs Ollva Minnesota I; Allen, ami was elected coach of the Philadelphia 27-10. LOB-Pittsburgh 7" Fairty. LOB-Los Angeles .. St. Louis 4.I V
Minnesota 7. Philadelphia 4. 2B Gilliam. Wills. Clemens. Flood.
South team.Russia
and considerate alumni-than Tech. Runs batted In Wagner. Cleveland; DiCkisonCANDIPATK
wealthy 26-Schof1e1d. Stargelt Oendonon Cle- HR-Howard. Flood. S8-WIlls. S-Bro-
Oliva, Minnesota and
Cash Detroit; ,
monte Wine Hemutein. HR-Allen. S- gibe Drysdale.
Hinton. Washington. 7. Gibbon. SF-Oalrympie. IP H R ER BBSOxDrysdale I Iw __
Hits Ollva Minnesota. 15; Matzone, ...
Wins IP H ERBBSO 4 7 4 4
Boston IXDoubles xGIbbon ......_. I 6 3 3 0 5 Perranoskl ; 1-0 3 3 1 1 ; : Joe
'Tistf Tops'Nancy Roth Brandt Baltimore; Han- 'Butters ....... I 0 1 1 160iBork Broglio :........ 5 7 5 5 1 1 !
sen. Chicago and Oliva. Minnesota. X .__....... S 1 1 1 560 Fanok .......... 2 00002 : GOVERNORitL
Triples Olive Minnesota and Hhv LIMA Peru (AP) -, Russia Face L 2.2 .... 2-3 2 1 1 6061Mahaffey yTaylor U 0-1.0 .222. CH.4 9:30- :
ton, Washington, X ,..... 12-35 5 5 21 Shantz ......... 2 2' I I 3 -
PINEHURST, N.C. (AP- beating the defending champion Home runs Allen. Minnesota andSkowl1llo beat Yugoslavia 7345 Thursday Boozer .........1 H' S I 21 x-.Faced 1 man In Ttlu y Faced 21 -- --
; Washington 3Brokas- in the first of the Wise ... .......2 1' 0 I 2 men bi tin.
Mrs. George Tainor, a slightly Nancy Roth of Hollywood Fla. night game Green ._........ J I 0 S 1 1 Pa-McCarver. U Pryoer, Secory t
regarded vacationing veteran Miss Preuss 2 and final round of the Women's BaldsctomW.1-.01 1' 0 I SxFaced Burkhart. SudoL T-2)4 A-10.27*.
avenged a
1 man In 9th: Y-Faced 1IMII I
from Rochester, N.Y., and Cur-! with Mary World Basketball Championship. In fttI, z-Faced 1 man In 5th-
1 finals loss last spring a 4
tis star Phyllis (Tish) U-F'elelcoudas German"
Preuss Cup of Pompano Beach, Fla., and 3 victory in Thursday'ssemifinals. Pete O'Connor Smltll. T254. A-12.IS1. JIM lID Ir

met today in the 18-hole finals &

of the 62nd North and South Mrs. Trainor ousted Mrs. Helen Golf Winners Major I Ii w -

Amateur Golf TournamentMiss Siegel Wilson of Gladwyne, aJJmml tL IS PART OF THE SCENE WITH

Preuss, a 25-year-old Pa., 2 and 1, after leading from KEYSTONE HEIGHTS league PEOPLE WHO HAVE A TASTE

blonde, reached the finals by the first hole. Mary Brokas and Pete 'O'Connor -i I

I ;
honors in Ladies Choice tourney j 1p
- VOTE FOR : a W. V L. Pet. G.B. | W. L. Pet. g.b. ;

at the Keystone Country San Philadelphia Fran. 5 42.750-1 J33 Cleveland 1 1.na FLORIDA

. W. S. "Tiny"I dub. St.Pittsburgh Louis 4 S J.S71 4..556 nt iVkClnclnnatt Baltimore 53.625 S 2 ..714Minnesota -Vi ii, ) 11 V V -

Vesta Aiken and Alex Brokas S 4..556 IV* Boston 4 J.S71 1 '
[Milwaukee 4 4 $00 2 Detroit 4 J.571 1 ._. ,..t.
[finished second while Eva Han 3 4.m 2 "
Houston 45.444 2 Los Angeles -
: i and Emmett McGriff and Hilda Chicago 4 4..at TV ,Chicago Washington S 24.333 S.215 2 T
Los Angeles 270m 4V> _
and Bill Fisher tied New York 1S.IU 4 New York 2 4 .333 Tf .,.r r
Jackson .
Ytsftrteyt Renrtrs Kansas City 1 1.150 2yid'das ....... ..,. .. '- .
I ..
for third. Philadelphia 4. Pittsburgh RsasflB -- :i-.,

OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION I Low net laurels went to Lu-' Chicago Cincinnati 5.1.New Houston York 1 S I Washington Boston 330.5.Baltimore Minnesota VI 4 t'//////,, Na--- ..- :-
Los Angeles 7, St. Louis 5 Cleveland 3. Los Angeles 2
cille Starnes and E. P. Menzen. ""' ---.p
Only games scheduled Only games scheduted .,... .
Tied for second were the teamsof TICU.GSan Today's Games. t -.. iTVV.K.m
Francisco at Cincinnati. N Boston at Chicago. N -
Alachua County Su and Dwyer and E. T. Mar- Los Angeles at Milwaukee N i I Cleveland at Los Angefe N .
.fl Washington et Kansas City. N
New York at PittsburOlH \ I
I : EXPERIENCED CAPABLEOn ,tin and Kitty Martin and Hunt- uton at St. Louis. N I Detroit at Minnesota ..
Chicago at Philadelphia N 'Only game scheduled. -
icy Redfearn. Mae Hendersonand Tomorrow Games Tomorrow Same V
c ,* Promise Positive and Aggressive Leadership | Mac MacKay and Gladys New York at Pittsburgh V Cleveland at Los Angeles. N enus n..Tbe : frWIt 1tI.I .\& .
Businesslike With A Smile Chicago at Philadelphia. N Washington at Kama City N !I1T tWlI_ .-a nun m wen JlitIllU..1OI -- ..' .., '" ;
JI Ramgun and Huntley RedfearnJr. Houston at St. Louis, N Detroit at Minnesota .
PULL LEVER Z4-A (Pd. Ad,.) Los Angeles at MBwaukoe Boston at Chicago -' '
tied for third. lea Francisco at ClnclnnaH Baltimore at Now York

12 Gainesville Sun Friday, April. 24, 19r
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Budweiser .. I _\7.o yWHn 4VAcyootsU o 'McBride I Scatters :BattensBy ; t

Takes Lead MIKE RATHET McBride got Into the ninth-in- his_ left shoulder blade In the .- The Angels pulled ahead of i

QJA Celaudvso Associated Press Sports Writer ning jam on singles by Fred re-game warmup, was taggedfor the Indians 2-0 in the fourth on
>4sR'rI g cow 15NO1n.D N CMWGMI
POt tf10N rae F'ttf1'IN6 16 6rRicfi.YA MArr X OF Baseball's department of Whitfieid and Tito Francona, two runs in the first inning Jim infield
a triple by Fregosi an -

In SoftballBudweiser fJpRniV.llRJl'fA'RfkCE M MOWN CASn4g-:MOSf eAtfORTABlS PO TJOM-AH? unique statistics has had its who collected the 1,000th hit and then forced to leave. There
IHf 6',4'I-HAPPflJf e in the McBride then hit out an error, a stolen
IMS ONt FROM WHICH 1 CAN BS S1' FIND game. word how
first of the was no on long
busy day season.
1D K A CffOVWfP PD ItlOM.6OMS0KB eiSSMWK KTttAMPWNUVJAMABUETO Johnny Romano and :Woody base and Bob Rodgers single.
hell-to' 6i51\5 UMG FROM A ITM'V' POMnO HOW5VERY would be sidelined.
FEEL 11-A1'WWUl 2 LOCK == Some three hours after Hous- Held in succession, forcing in .
moved into the blows each for the losers. The Indians tied it in the fifth
FROM 4&HWP THE eAU AND &&!&THE LIKE: MORE CUAJ3.Y. ton's Ken Johnson earned a the tie-breaking run. Other Game
City League softball lead last Church League play will resume YOU MUST 63 YOUR OWM JUP&6! Aft 1O WHICH! STANCE 6JVS == when Whitfieid doubled Fran-
night at City Park on the tonight with a full schedule YOU TUK EW6T VANTA4C AND W.FORt. place in the record book by The Baltimore Orioles gaineda Only one other game was ,

strength of a 2-0 win over Guy : at City Park. Games on losing a no-hitter to Cincinnati doubleheader split with Boston scheduled cona singled and pitcher Dick l
in the AL. In that
Cleveland Construction Co. I tap include North Central Bap- 1-0 Thursday night Ken McBride ,, winning the nightcap of a Donovan singled both:J1ome. ,
Bill Skowron drove in the win-
of the Los Angeles Angels
downed Gaines- tist be-
Schlitz Beer vs. Highlands Presbyterianat twinight doubleheader 1-0
ville Wings 4-3 in the other 6:30' Kanapaha Presbyterianvs. entered the sweepstakes. hind the pitching of Robin Roberts ning run with a single in the Donovan got credit for the i'

game played.Bill Latter Day Saints at 8 and McBride, who previously had after a 3-1 openinggameloss. eighth inning as Washington victory when the bizarre ending ,

Grace Presbyterian vs. First hit two batters with pitches, edged Minnesota 54. : was fashioned by McBride.

McGee and Bobby Barnes Field No. stood out on the mound in the
Baptist at 9:30 on 2.
combined to hurl Budweiser's ninth inning and hit two more In the the Orioles lost
On Field No.1. games will opener, ItlTOCir STtlltIT IOBIIOI IRISH SS HOOF EIIIT HUES
second straight shutout of. the send Calvary against First Me- forcing In Cleveland's winning the services of Steve Barber, IIJIItUIT COMMIT. lOOISTIUE. KEITOCIT enocit

season on a one-hitter. The lone thodist at 6:30, First Presbyterian run in a 3-2 victory and equaling the only Baltimore 20()-game winI I

safety for the losers was a plays Southside Baptistat an American League record ner since the club rejoined the

sixthinning single by second 8 and Wesley Methodist for most hit batters in one American League 10 years ago.Barber .

baseman AI McIntire. meets Parkview Baptist at 930.' game. pulled a muscle under I

McGee went four innings and Wings 100 000 2-36

Barnes three while Budweiser Schlitz 002 002 x-43 *

touched Ray Brumbaugh of the Atwood and Wallace; Lester and

losers for six hits. Mickey No- Travis.
American BoxesWASHINGTON
ble homered in the second inn- Budweiser 021 000 0-36 League
ing with one on to give Budweiser Guy Cleveland 000 000 0-01 f t

a 2-0 edge. The other run McGee, Barnes ((5) and Erwin; = = BOSTON, Pint Guns BALTIMORE abrhbi MINNESOTA abrhbi

third double by Brumbaugh and Lucius. brkbi krk
the on a
came in Schilling 2b 5 0 3 0 Brandt cf 502 Ztmmer 3b 4011 Rollins 3b>> 5 010
Prince Kendall and an error. Calvary 012 030 39 13 t Bressoud ss 51 1 0 Aparicto ss 5000 Kennedy 3D 0 010 Oliva rf 4220
Y'trza'iKI If 3211 Powell If 4 1 1Malzone Blas'ham 20 4 2 31 Hall cf 5011
Pair Of Runs Southside 204 012 1-10 16 3b 4 0 31 Slcbern lt>> 4020 Hinton If 4010 Killebrew H 41 1 0
Purdy and Graham R. Smith .. .w.-J Stuart Ib 4. 0 0 Onlno c 4021 Skowron Ib>> 4111 Mtncner Ib 4121
It took a pair of runs in the ; 1t ,_ ,0 iwAr a__.._ Clinton rf 4000 Kirkland rf 4 0 1 0 King rf 4113 Battey c 2010
bottom of the sixth to give and Culbreath, J. Smith (4)). Conlgirro Cf 4 0 0 0 Robinson 3b 4. 1 0 lock cf 2000 bNouefc 0000
Tlllman c 3000 Adair 2b 4020 Hunt cf: 2010 Versalles u 5010
Schlitz breathing room. At Lamabe p :3 0 0 0 Barber p 0000Radatz Bromley c 4000 Allen 2b 2011
pl. 0 0 Estrada p 0000Jackson Brinkman u 4110 Stange p 3011
that the winners had to choke 1000 Bouldln pl. 0 0 Fischer p 0000
Golf Television Stock p 0000 Hartnan p 0000 c-Creen 1000
off an uprising by the Wings Tourney bSnyder 1000 Rldzlk p 1000Valentin
in the Hall p 50000 1110 U1
that produced cJohnson 1010 Kline p 0000 E:
seventh. Totals 34 ItS Tatal 37 11lla Trials :3S 5 'J Totals 35 411 4 _
-Filed out for Estrada In Sth b- Doubled for Rldzlk In Situ bRanfor
Wings took a 1-0 lead in the Struck out for Stock In Ttti Doubled Battey In 9th; c-Lined Into double
Million Dollar HeadacheBy for Hall In fth.BastM ,play for Fischer I tth.Washlngten .

first on singles by Garland Wallace ...................201 OM aoe-3 ................301 OM 010-5
and Chuck Abrams and a aitimara ..............too 1M MO-1E Minnesota ................in 001 100-4

double by Don Fulton. Schlitz -Slebern. PO-A Boston 27-5; Baltimore E-Lock. PO-A Washington 27-15;
WILL GRIMSLEY The sponsors say they take all 27.,. DP Robinson, Adair and Minnesota 2715. DP Skowron, Brink-
went ahead in the third on awalk PALM Slaberni Kirkland and Robinon, Brs- man and Skowron; Brink/man, unassisted.
home BEACH GARDENS, the risks and need the television lOUd and Stuart. LOB-Boston t. Baltimore LOB Washington 3, Minnesota 14.
and Clint McCoy Fla. (AP)-The is LAST IN A SERIES 1. 2B Mlncher Rollins Olive, Hall
pro golf tour to keep them in the blackin
In the sixth the winners money 78 Stuart, Powell, Malzone, Johnson.HRYastnamskl. Valentine. HR-King. Blaslngame. S-
a mushrooming, multimillion- this era of rich purses, someas SEstrada.1P Battey.
used an error double by Jake H R ER IB SO
dollar enterprise with a new high $125,000. xLamabc, W, 2-0 ..7 I IP H R ER IB SO
as .11 1 1 0 3
and another by Lar- television rights ......... _
Leventhal traditionally Radatz 3 Bouldin .123 3 1- 1 2 1 --
headachetel- .1 3 2 2 1 ........
Players Argue Barber Lai .... 1 Hannan .1 2 1 1 2 1
ry Travis to plate two more. evision. are their prerogative. They Estrada .........4 3 1 1 I 4 Rldzik, W. 1-1 eo....1-3 4 2 2 3 3
in the I The players argue that they Stock ............2 1 0 0 1 3 Kline ... '.....2 2 0 0 1 0 I
Wings came back seventh Who should get the proceeds pioneered the project they say, are the performers. It is their Hall ........g..2 2 0 0 1 2' Stange. U 0.1. .....71-3 7 5 5 D __
single by Fritz Hart- 1 x-PI1hedto one man In Sth. Fischer 12-3 2 0 0 0 0
on a 'from the tournament televisionthe and now that it is a success the:exposure for which the television HBP- By Estrada (Stuart). U-Runge, HBP By Boulding (Oliva). WP -
man, error and triple by Wall- or the ? Professional Smith, Cinnamon, Honochlck. T 2:36. Kline. U-Valentine. McKinley Soar, Salerno. -
sponsors players I Golfers Association people pay. They should 7-1.. lOB-Boston 9, Baltimore L T-3.00. A-4,638.
ace who was out at the plate The sponsors contend that is trying to move in.P. I get the dough. 2B-Nixon. 4 '
Second Game
trying to make it a homer. BOSTON BALTIMORE HELPYOUR

Bill Lester got the win and It's a touchy, nagging pro abrhbi abrhbi
Schilling 2b OlD Brandt cf 4110
Tom Atwood was the loser.In K. Tests em still unresolved as the PGA Bressoud as 4OlOAp.rlclolb 4010
Yonge into its -4. million Vtrze'skl If 4020 Siebrm Ib>> 4011
clash moves new $ -
a Church League Malzone 3b>> 4010 Powell If 3000
Southslde Baptist nipped Calvary headquarters here on the Florida -Stuart Ib 64 0 0 aSnyder If 0 D D 0Conlgle'ro = 4
cf "D 0 0 Orsino c 3000
Baptist, 109.( Tommy Kit Gold Coast. I Clinton rf 3000 Kirkland rf 4010 SUN __
Nixon c 4030 Robinson 3b 2020 .
chens hit a pinch hit triple to Jennings TonightP. 'It's not so much that we'Radatz Morehead p p 3 0000 01 0 Adair Roberts 2b p :3000 3010 '
start the bottom of the 'seventhand bJones 1000 --
want to control the CARRIEREvery -
infield out to money, we ..Totals ..35 0 0 Totals 30 1 71aRan =
scored on an want to control television," said for Powell In Sth; Grounded
K. Yonge and Jennings will Into force play for Radatz In 9th.
tie. in
snap a 9-9 play at 7:30 tonight at Harris bat. as many times at Jay Hebert, chairman ,of theplayers' BMtMl .................. 100 lOG 006-..I.II.ltlln.re Sun carrier
Led Winners J. Bates had a pair for committee. "We are I .............. 000 OOP llf salesman is "in busi-
Field for the
Dennis Laehy led the ,,'innerswith sub-group baseball Jennings. afraid if there is no control, it, E-None. PO-A: -Boston 2413. Baltimore ness for himself." He
championship and position in P.K. YONGE SANTA PE IP HRERBBS
three hits while David I the .11 r II Fbi abrhhbi may get out of hand and pro!Morehead L. 0-1 71-3 7 1 1 3 3 buys his papers at T61mtm1)yl
upcoming group tourney ,........ ,
and Bob Faile had three St.I""kerd 4110 Bl.nton.p-3b 3000 Radatz 2.3. 0 wholesale and sells
Brooks golf suffer from ,
next week. -Loftcf 0000 EmersofUb 0000, may overex- Roberts. W -0 9 tOO 1 5
Unserulb>> 3 21 Rivieres 3010 WP-Morehead. U-Smith, Klnnamon them at retail. The
posure. ,
Honochick Runge. T-2:21. A-9.634.
The Blue Wave downed Santa >otieyssMarcusc 3201 3122 B Blount,3b-p rronlb 2110 3010 Hebert said the PGA would CLEVELAND LOS ANGELES difference ,is his profit. -

GHS Swim Fe 8-2 and Jennings beat Trenton tearnsp. 3000 Register! 2100 abrhbi abrfcM ;
-rVlegmarilf 21 1 .:ole.cf like to limit live tournament Howser ss 4000 Pearson cf 4020 I -
2000 Davallllo cf 4 0 0 0 Moran 2b 3010
7-1 to reach the title contest. Dennlson.3b
Rodgersrf 31 1 OEmertoarf 3000 television to perhaps 20 top Wagner If 4000 Fregosl) si 4120 His full weekly profit -
Both teams for the 2021 Markhamss 3000 Alvis 3b 2000 Adcock Ib 4001
qualified Waglow 1000 jhnion.2b 2000 tournaments a year and also depends upon the
Whitfieid Ib 41 2 0 Thomas rf 4100 :;
Fall ,
Teams Johnson}!) 1000 i iTotals
group meet. would like to limit Ramos 0100 Rodgers c 4021 prompt payment of
2111 4 put some on every =
Totals 23 2 J | Abernathy p 0 0 0 0 Klrkpatr'k If 2 0 0 0 :<<

PKY, In boosting its record, 1-Ran for Stalnaker In 7th R H E the canned shows, seen on week- Romano Francona c rf 4 2000 1 2 0 CONS Knoop 2b 1000 3010 customer he serves. Next = eAt1 =11

To WildcatsOCALA to 12-1 for the campaign, useda P.K. YONGE .... 114 000. 2-l-0-2 ends. Held 2b 3011 McBride p DID time your Sun carrier == --""- -- ,-
big four-run Jhird inning to SANTA FE ......? 000 200 0-2 3 f Gave In Donovan bLuplow p 2012 1000 dSatriano Navarro pOD 1000 0 0 calls. .pay him promptly. tt1llil

breeze to 6-0 lead Santa TRENTON JENNINGS The issue came to a head Klndall Ib>> 0000 He'll appreciate it.Oiainrsuil1e .
-Gainesville Highchool's a over a*r h .lIr" Totals 30 3 < :3 Totals 33 2 9 2
Fe and get the game under con Slaughter :3 0 3 J. Bates IS 422 when the pros threatened to a-Ran for Whitfieid In vth; b-Crounded enjoy true old-style
swimmers dropped CIIftonlb-p 3 0 0 F. Burnam,3b 31 0 Into double play for Donovan in 9th; (
matches to Ocala yesterday as I trol. Wilson p-c 2 0 1 L. Burnam, p 301 boycott the Phoenix Open in c-Fouled out for Knoop In 9th; d 0-
Rldgway c-lb 3 D 0 Tyrt,16>> 400 Grounded out for Navarro In 9th.
the boys bowed, 51-44, and the Robert Steams went the distance -Germany ss 300 Burnette 2b 300 February unless they were given -Cleveland ................ ooo OM MI-3' Bourbonalways
beaten 7124. Lancaster rf 3 0 0 Jon Deas cf 300 the television receipts. The Les Angeles ....._........ OM 200 000 -JE Kentucky
girls were for the Blue Wave fanning Bennett,3b lID H. Bates,If 1 1 0
The 'Canes medley relay Jones 1 o 0 Selph,rf 21 0 sponsors held their ground. The -Held. PC:>Cleveland 27-13 Los Sun
10, scattering three hits Vlckers.d 200J8S. Deas,C 1 21 Angeles 21-15. DP-Knoop and Adcock; smoother because it's slow-distilled
team of Forest Hope, Max and not b-Michael 1 0 f r. I players had to give in. Alvis and Whltfleldi Alvis Romano,
again allowing an earned II Holmes 2b 201 I Howser and Held; Knoop Rodgers and
the I
Montgomery Bill McCartneyand run. Totals 241 s Totals 20 7 / The sponsors are fighting Adcock. LOB-Cleveland a, Los Angeles 8. ___ ,, __
= -----
first Grounded to.short j; battle with tightly knit 28-Whitfieid, Pearson. 33 Fregosi. --
Mike Hartman won a for Bennett 7th a organization .
Eight Hits SB-Pearson Held.Mor.n.
b-Grounded to
pitcher for Thomas
Vlckers In 7th
known the International H R ERBBSO
as -
place. The Wave collected eight hits R H E Donovan W 1-0 .. 0 9 2 1 2 5
TRENTON ........ .
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Other wins went to Hartmanin 000 010 0-1 5 3 Golf Sponsors Associationof Abernathy :....1 0 DO. 0
off Rebel tossers Blanton ... ..
and JENNINGS .. .
240 001 x-1 4 2 McBride U 1-2 .. 1." 3 3 2 5
the 50-yard freestyle, Montgomery Blount. Rusty Marcus and Ron- which Arnold Bockstruck of Navarro ........ 2-300000
diving: McCartney,' St. Paul Minn. is the head. HBP-By McBride 4, (Alvts, Romano 2, VALIANT'SLOW I
nie Rodgers led the PKY attack Held), By Donovan (Klrkpatrlck U-
100-yard()( breaststroke; Hope, with two hits each one a dou- Suns Win "We are willing to contributeto T-2:24.Paparella A,-Umont 3,72., Drummond, Di Muro.i

100-yard backstroke; and How- ble. Tom Hansen stole three [ a players' pension fund or': :

ard Rick, individual medley. bases for the winners. throw the money back into the

For the girls, Ruth Perkins 1 With COX'Bat purses," says Bockstruck, "but DEEP SEA IN PRICE
won the 200-yard freestyle and Jennings got off to a 6-0 lead
don't feel should
we we give
Mary Helen Cox captured the on Trenton in the first two inn! PunchBy the rights." up FISHINGFrom BIG IN VALUE

100-yard backstroke.The ings.
Warren Cantrell, president of
GHS boys and girls will The Panthers got only four, :
the PGA, says "We don't think Talks Your Language!
compete tomorrow in the Daytona hits off Wilson and Clifton of The Associated Press
the must:
Mainland Invitational at the Tigers but used walks and The bat of Ron Cox again has players necessarily
control TV rights. They shouldbe Sreinhatchee Fla.
Daytona Beach.Starke. errors to pad their attack. proved the difference between I

Trenton's lone run came in Jacksonville and Rochester in compensated. :i
The PGA announced in April on'The
the fifth inning as L. Burnam in International Baseball
Bows that all its from television
League.In revenue, -
scattered five hits. Jimmy,
in PGA tour-
Slaughter had three safeties for the season opener, Cox co-sponsored WINNER'
clipped the Red with naments this year would be add- .
Wings a
To PalatkaPALATKA I I run scoring 10th inning single. ed to the tournament purses- 65 Feet Long

Clinics Set Thursday the second night of with an equal cut for all players 18 Feet Wide

Starke bowed to play, he started things off with going the full 72 holes.Arlll0llr I

Palatka 3-11ast night in a base-:I For at three run first inning homer. Coast Guard Inspected

ball encounter as its record fell Midget That was enough to propel Is Lounge room fir

to 8-4 for the season. Jacksonville to a 4-1 victory anda Snack bar

The Braves, defending state BallClinics spot atop the International Leaves Taylor's Dockat

Class A champions, broke awayto League League. Mike Cuellar was the Golf King 7:30 a.m.

a 3-0 lead in the first three winning pitcher.In Returns 5 to 6 p.m.
innings. Turner limited the Tor- will be held tomorrowand other
Thursday games Buf- Billy Armour downed Ray
nadoes to a pair of hits by Saturday, May 2, for boys falo evened its record by stop- Merrill .1 up in 20 holes to win PAA

Wayne McLeod and Emmett interested in participating in the ping Richmond 6-5, and Colum- the annual Merrill trophy tour

Akridge. Midget League baseball program bus beat Toronto 6-2 to even up ney for 18-hole players in the $5.00 per person ALL CARS PRICED TO SELL
dby the Gainesville $1.00 for Rod fir Reel
Mark Hamilton gave the sponsore the teams' two game series. Junior Golf Association at the s '

Braves only four safeties but Recreation Department. Syracuse at Atlanta was rained,Golf and Country Club. .

tJhome nine combined them The clinics will be conducted I Don Goodhart took TAKE A LOOK ALSO AT-

with hits and errors for the win-'by the coaches in the various out.Buffalo took advantage of two ration laurels with a 2 CODSO-I Trips open to individuals

ning runs. leagues and they are for the Richmond errors and added triumph over Tommy Merrill.' Sat., Sun. and Holidays $1596 America's Lowest Priced

STARKE nrlt PALATKA abrk' purpose of assigning youngstersto three hits for two seventh inn-I John MacDonald won the 9- ONLY

Falcon If II 2 1 I 0 I wm.r Whmakar II. 2l 300Ceta 311 a team for a tryout. Each ing runs that made the differ- hole event by downing Dixie V-8 VALIANT (

Reddish d :3 I I Perry d 310MCLeod youngster should bring his own ence. Dick Ricketts got hitless Cox Will Rufin beat BruceDelaney For Charter Mon., Tues., _

Elder C 3b Z 2 01 I D H.II Stevens rt 11>> 300 300 glove and shoes. Shoes must be relief from WiDard Hunter the for consolation honors. Wed., Thurs. & Fri. -NOW ON SALE

Hamilton p :3 e 0 Emerson C 31 1 of the molded rubber cleat typeif last two innings for the victory. The annual junior club cha n- AFTER $199 DOWN
Akrldge 2b 31 1 ConItIft 3b 301
Water rt 3 I I Freeman If :301Frkk they have cleats on them. The Virginians pulled to with- aionship event will be played

Williams Ib 1b 2 1 I 10Totals D Tum.r. 200 Clinics will be held at Kirby- in one run when Red Kazanski May 2-9. two rounds of medal ; With Chrysler's S-Yr. 50,000 Mi. Warranty

2312 T..s U I 4 Smith for boys living in this hit a solo home run in the sev- play. Phone:- Cross City I ,

STARKE ......... 000 01. 1-1 East of 13th St and Southof enth.
PALATKA .12 000 2-3 area. But Hunter halted the I The annual Father-Son handicap I
8th Ave Stephen Foster for scoring. tourney is set for the weekend HY 8-3423

Jeanne Leland boys living in the Sidney LanIer Columbus got 7 hit pitching of May 1617. I I

and Stephen Foster area. Little- from Steve I I
Blass a 22-year-old, ----- ---- "- HAWES-POWERS

Fires 537 Set wood for boys living in the Ute fire bailer, for their first victory ] AUTO FINANCE

tlewood area J. J., Finley for of the season. A two-run I r ,

Jeanne Leland topped the boys living in the P. K. Yonge double by Dave- Wissman was .'.o DIVISION OF

Chester's Garage Coffee Leagueat area., the Flavets and the Finleyarea. the for key the to a four-run third innIng -I ee GENERAL Can fiNANCE Refinance COD.Y MOTOR CO. _

Palm Lanes yesterday witha The limit for this leagueis lilt.,..,...Jets.LMfttO StIMilltSW I I Your Present Car and/or
537 series and a 201 high L Cps Ielliad Advance Additional Cash Valiant Plymouth Chrysler Imperial Simea
is 13 be-
913. If a boy on or Jacksonville 2 0 1.000 I
game. fore July 31, he is too old for this Syracuse i o 1.000 I On Our Special Low Rotes SALES -
Buffalo, and SERVICE _
1 1 5001
Myers had a 480 set and and Cut Your
league and_must play in the Junior Columbus i i .500 1 Paymentsby
Avis Leilich rolled 471. Frames Richmond 1 1 .500 1 V in Most Cases.
League. Applications must Toronto 1 1 .500 1 We Will Not Be
Undersold Out-Traded
had a 1785 series, Plugs a 611 be filled out by each person participating I Rochester Atlanta 0 1 JOO m $550 up to $5,000 or
single game best and Marge and they may be pick- YESTERDAY'S GAMES 000 2 Just Call Us At 376-2511

Hall made the 6-7 split and Mae I ed up from the coaches at these Toronto Buffalo at at Columbus Richmond '-dam et4l" or Stop In Our Offices 204 N. MAIN ST. OPEN FR 2-2561 .=
Hill converted the'5-7. clinics. Rochester at Jacksonville At 718 N. 'Main St.
Syracuse at Atlanta "I I I,

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-.Grass Grain ,

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Scientists _
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BEJEW Meet at UF _

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f Grass and grain scientists

C n l' smanr Scumble from throughout the South
Cities to Get II traded ideas and research find-: Lr 1 IS '

SJR ings at the Southern Pasture

In J and Forage Crop Improvement ;

Si)gar, Price onventlns, and Their $$ Thursday.Dr.Florida Conference last. at Wednesday the University and of!H _

I O. Charles Ruelke Flori S
WAS NaroN (APJRep.) By JACK LEFLER | halls, restaurants and an easily huge conventions which draw da Agricultural Experiment Stations _

Clark cGregor, R-MW, says P Business News Wrifcf r' accessible location. thousands of delegates, many I' ,assistant agronomist, was

% sugar Pees may incase in W YORK (AP) CcJJ1- For example, New York City smaller cities are adding to chairman at the 21st annual

't the next fW weeks, poiibly to t are big business a1fe fin the last four years.has Added their't business firms' revenues gathering. Among the highlightsof

It, as much' last summV's 18 nble to get them is m- 12,000 new rooms to its already I'by actively going after regional the meeting was- a tour of :
t cents a pWd. '\\ 1 ercer. numerous housing accommoda gatherings.; the university's agricultural research -

I Thereasmfor this, he said, I tions. centers. I
1 de cities long since paine i ici
Is that wo1 stocki I Dr. E. T. York Jr.
sugar are I ntion minded anjhave Other cities such as Atlantic ODArs DOW JONES provostfor
'i even lower than last yeaiiand and agriculture, welcomed the
rred. Others are tedIy City, Chicago Philadelphia I PRY. Close Components 1st Hr
$ources ab \ dare unrel bIe. scientists and gave the opening
Los Angeles have not stood still.i
I tyfr to into the 9m.
I "It no loner makes address. He was followed by;
4nse Construction of large capacity! 1.66 I Indust. I off 1.06j99.45
or us not to look toi 4ur j'fg> York City I year Experiment Stations Assistant
convention additional
I Rails I off 1.09
vn sugar pnducers! for 1;lad host to 800 (f entions I Director Dr. H. H. Wilkowske,

'., ain source < supply" 4c-e rh| spent an estif ed $250 have housing helped and promote eating them facilities as:/'140.12 t Util t t287.82 who spoke on the team approach Top Conservation SpeakersWinners

egor said. !\ In liti. I/ P Stocks I off 60 toward research.. .
convention locations.
,'.JOur largest potential so cjpetitition to fact con-' I{ Dr. F. H. Hull, head of the
Convention delegates spread] 6,690OOO I Volume I 1'1,500,003 in an area soil conservation speech contest in Trenton yesterday
.ugar is sugai beets, but I VI entis is keen :fnS cities station agronomy department,
The Ne display rosettes they received from Forrest Beach (third from left), vice presi.
| money and Dr. T.-J. Cunha head
fi- o(
ar beet growtrs are linIovernment I W hicrecognize thfotential York Convention and Visito. dent of the Area 3 Soil Conservation Districts. The top orators, from left, are

1)) action, to a jjn. and" rewards fn housing|Bureau calculates that the av t- Late MorningN. the station, also animal, science to the department Donald Polk, Gilchrist County. third-place! winner; Duane Thomas Lake City,
3qon ceiling equaling 27.6 ai:1pf idjtertahiing 4vention del-I convention delegate speills first-place winner; and David Lytle, Williston, second-place winner. (Sun photoby
: the total national suj[*l e atc< / age Y. Listing pasture scientists. Buzz Mixson) .
his this : /
sufr.. I Mar cities tfe organized money way .

rbeet growers, he M1p eel visitors/d convention Hotel rooms, 30 per cent; /es- Named Second

ar adj and willing to pi 'b tJ ires to mee/e competitiond taurants, 24 per cent; beverages Allis Chal 18% Int Nick 79%

and if they wean,. .ssist in promoting this 5 per cent; retail stres, Alcoa 78 Int Pap 34 For Research Young Lake City Orator
local trans rta- Am Ah45/4 Jones & L
dUCt co so would a VOl i(rate fradJ I 18 per cent; 76%
- ltr of sharply increasj ,IVinng out the conventioni tion, 4 per cent; night cubs, 5 AmBdPar 37% Kais Al 41%

ret it iies. t,eweverJs) only the first' per cent; gasoline, oil an/automobile Am Can 43% Ken'cott 81% FellowshipBobby

He&jl he and 49 othHousosenbers e''p.' service, 1 percent; Am Cyan 63% Lig & My 81% Wins Speaking ContestTRENTON
htsee- Am Mot 16% Loch'd 33% L. Damron of Gainesville
from 21 statjAasked6ide'nt L bm/ offer first-rate theaters, movies and .-- -
Johnson earli s. facilities to ing, 13 per cent. AT&T 142Vi Lorillard 47,i has been named an alter-
this nil I to give support to a 1 idlig/owds nnodaf/ such as ade- While only 2 relati' ly few I Am Tob 34U Mag'vox 38 nate in the Ralston Purina Company Duane Thomas mas, will compete in the state $15 to the third-place contest-
increa the beet banquet cities are able to tak care of Ampx Cp 15% MplsHon 126 Research fellowship a Lake City high schooler, contest in Sarasota next August. ant and $10 each to all the oth
tji sugar quo ite trafortatiOfl Anaconda 42% MM&M 65V4 awards for 1964-65. won the Area 3 Soil Conservation Other contestants were Den ers.

1 Armour 50 Mohasco 13 Damron, son of W. H. Damon : speaking contest here yes-,nis Hackle, Hamilton SCD; Bernice .
I ACL 71% Mor s'to 74% Route 4, Gainesville, took terday. Brannan, Lafayette SCD; Contest judges were Marion
f- 'I Babcock '58% Mont Wd 37% his bachelor of science degreein He represented the Santa Fe and Arthur Bond, of Live Oak, Bishop, director of vocational
eadif| Requestl education for Alachua
B&O 46% Nat Dair 74% agriculture with high honorsat Soil Conservation District in Suwannee River SCD. The subject County.

_____________ I Ir Beth Stl 36% Nat Dist 27% the University of Florida last competition with young orators of all the contestants' Ben cultural Floyd agent, Dixie and County Dr. J.agri.M.
Boeing 46% N. Am Av.49% April. He graduated first in a from five other districts. speeches, limited to six minutes ;

following market 0 I II IIIr Borden 69% Penney 53% class of 31. Currently, he is David Lytle of Williston, representing was "The Developmentand Myers,the agricultural Florida engineerwith
,luested specifically by STOCK LISTINGS Brunswk 10% Pa RR 32% studying for his master of science the Levy SC District, Use of Our District Soil Agricultural
'of tionft isun furnished financial by page.Pierc Th t.I. II Cater: Tr 61 Pep Cola SOU in agriculture with a major placed second in the contest, and Water Resources for Today Experiment Stations.

.ternl.uirphty...... Investment .' Celanese 66% Phill Pet 52%: in poultry science. which, judges said, reflected and Tomorrow. The contest program also In-
II I Chrysler 46 RCA 33%: The awards committee evaluated -continuing improvement and Forrest Beach of Trenton, eluded remarks by J. W. Ham-
Bank _
IS dg 3.00 70V4 Fla. Nat'l keener in the ; Area 3 vice was mett, state conservationist
NE'Abbott ORK STOCK Com Ed 49% Rep Stl 45 the applications on the; competition annual president mas- who
: ANGE oid .20 160 Fla. TelForrset -_- -4- 25 Con Edis 86% Revlon 37% basis of scholastic record, proposed -' event. I ter of ceremonies for the contest said that if the interest in conservation -

Sv Eg 2.60 775i LabsFounders 22 Dow Che 73% Rey Tob 49% research project, recom- Third place in the area contest -j I which was held in the manifested by the

La 2.40 1121,2 Oil 1.60 44% Life 4_ 9% DuPont 260% St Reg P 33% mendations and other.data con- was won by Donald courtroom of the Gilc h r i s t young speech contestants were
% lied Cenl.80unerada 54.. the Gilchrist District's POlk'j County courthouse.He shared by there
flier 1.00 38'/ Franklin Life 57* EAL 34% Seaboard 47% cerning the ability of the appli- everyone
: .2.00._ 84l. E.Kodak 128% Sears 109% cant. Nine awards of $2,400 each All the contestants were Win- presented a $40 check to f would be no problem in conserving -
hi 11 .SOb .. ---- 45% Great Amer. .4-.._.--, 16 of recent District Thomas the contest winner I the nation's
Elec 1.16b 4B. Firestone 37' Sinclair 46% were made in the animal science ners ; $2511 natural re
Aier Enk .403 63th L Ietl .50 _._ 40% Grolier __I--: -. 45* Fla P&L 73% Socony 56% fields and one award of contests. The area winner, Tho to the second place ; I sources.

AerHom44a.66Aer Merr 1.00 47 Gulf Life _j._ 57 Ford 57% Sperry R 16% $5,500 was made for graduates

M F, .90 20 Cola 1.20 70 Herff Jones. __ 14'fs Frmst Da 10% St Brand 76% dy in the field of veterinary
Anco Stl 00 15 Dutch 1.73g 43% Home Insuram 64% Frept Sul 36% St 0 NJ 86 cience. I I

ATop ).20a 28% eGd .90 .- ----58% Jax Minit Mktj __ 5% Frueh Tr 30% Studebak 8%: I YOUR MONEY'S WORTH

BahLorrL2o 36 r 2.00 _.91 2I Kennasaw Lift 13 4 Gen Dyn 27 Swift 46 8I I
Bier LabBaman .36 23 ., Kin 1.20a 62 Life of Fla .4--- 4% Gen El 85% Texaco 77% Dirty Work

IBehLfS S8%'I aIEd 1.05 31* Lowes Compa -..- 18% Gen Fds 89% Thiokol 15% On

.10, 4n I ICal '2.00 67 Milgo Elect ._/._ 13 Gen Mills 38% U Carbid 123% Spacecraft CoiisunerSwindles-4 /
Brq My 83 ._ 67 Ilnd 2.001> : ._ 11% Mort. GuaraJy I s. 32
1 --- Gen Mtrs 83% Unit Airc 46% CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) S
Broi Shoe I 28 Pacific SW Ar 4., __ 48 ;
.40 Drug .65 Goodrich 56% Un Fruit 21% Technicians who work on the'
BruVich: 1__ 1M s Util 1.20 57 Schlitz Brewfig ,_ SO Goodyr 41% US Steel 56% first U.S. spacecraft intended to I I WIG RACKETS Porter I"-
Secur. LifeSouthern Tr __ 54 By Sylvia
Cavils .40 383 ., on 1.40 41.. Greyhnd 58% Univ Mat 12% land on Mars may be banned I .... ,
Cart Pdt .ooa 19li ater __ 33 Nip., -_ 17 '% .r
CasVlCess 14 sWA _- 373. Travelers 14;. 51 Guld Oil 54% Westg El 33% from taking baths.L. I If you're planning to buy a real thing, and one type actually nance company promptly attached .
Int Harv 69% Winn Dix 32%
Air .00 28% n PaL 1.60a ._.._... 41H555S Jim Walter!_/_ 117MUTLJ B. Hall, special quarantine .wig-and more than a million glows in the dark. her entire savings accountof
Chesnio .00 12 Air L I.SOb ( officer with the National aero- 'American women are now buying They are "switching w i g s," $643.

Coai Gas __ 3". ha 1.00 _. 50!. : FUNDS Today \ nautics and Space Administration them each year-there area showing you a good wig in the
C Bj; ..80btn/ i iConing Lamb .70 28% says studies show that few hair raising facts you display room, pawning off a The biggest purve'ors.of wig

". 20 27Vi .3Xthtn 1.50 40 Affiliated 4u4 8.79 dissemination of organisms from should know before you plunk cheap imitation when you come gyps are the non-experts who
Conells 80 __ 17(:erc '94nl Capital Life / Gr. 10.42 In History the human body is five timesas down hundreds of dollars. In to pick it up. Sometimes, they have been invading the field

Contlrl 40 23i 1.20aAMERICAN 76 Divers Griwh _-- 9.84 v great just after a person recent months an as-yet-un-switch wigs between resettings.The -including used car dealer,
ContfcConfrat Dividend ihres 3.74 takes a bath or shower than it is bookies stock
- 40 I 3y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS counted number of unscrupulous racketeers may ask you high pressure
Dreyfus J/. 20.36 a few hours later. muscledtheir salesmen and lot
- + promoters have to sign what they claim Is even cemetery
- Corms 1? STOCK Fidelity (aJt. __ 11.36 Today is Friday, April 24, the "One theory," Hall says, "is way into the nationwide a credit application when you salesmen. All are attracted by

- Deltar 0 ._ _. 89 \ EXCHANGE Fidelity fid -. 17.78 ]115th day of 1964. There are 251 that soap may break down the wig boom. It's now estimatedthat buy the wig. The "application", the enormous profit potential on

- DetS. __ ._. 14''air1tra r Aeroj.Gen' 35 Fidelity find __ 18.80 left in the body oils which help prevent fully 10 per cent of the $150 turns out to be a promissory inferior goods which can be
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m EI i.ot _.... 441FlC AnaleiCorp 30% Fund'taliJvest'(f Boston -__- 8.41 1.32 year. dissemination" of these or million of wigs sold annually, note (an I.O.U.) and you're faced -: highly priced and the ease with

.5O1 26j'inathd Aqua liem. .. 17V4AuroraVlastics Incorpoied Income ] Inc. 9.83 Today's highlight. in history: ganisms. involves deceptive practices with a suit if you can't pay; which the unwary can be de

{ L541st .... 36% K-2 ..._. 5.68 On this date in 1788, John Bathless workers are stealing $15 million or more a,up. ceived.
cit 1.97f ___L 4111aE Keysto until in-n-- :
Barnes Engineer. 23 among measures NASA is con
__4iIFod Butler Soc :i: 8% Keystt* 5-3 __ 16.78 I 3aul Jones captured the British sidering to avoid transportingearth year from our pockets.So I The biggest traps today for The "wig party" is the latest
') _, .. Keyst/i S-4 ._ 4.80 s;loop-of-war Drake off Bel- the sales A salesman offers
.90 Chroma! -_,-_ 13% ? microbes to Mars. First widespread are wig the consumer who doesn't know gimmick. -

1.00 it'4 Cineram ............_____... 10V4ComputerSci. Life 681018 21.27 f'ast, Scotland.On landing of an unmanned Amer- frauds, in fact, that at least her way around the wig world you a "free" wig if he can
Gin T, ..884 23, Life lack Fund 8.16Masllnv. this date ican capsule may occur in 1966. three government and consumer -are overpricing and poor work' show his wares to a gatheringof

G Pi i l.OObGty Cutler Las A .- 19 Stock 16.41 agencies are investigating the manship, and the leading victims friends at your home. As it
.lOg ......4..4% Data ContLl __ -IO 4. MaI Inv. Growth 8.76 In 1704, the first American entire field today. As illustrations : are first-time wig buyers' turns out, there are all sorts of

Czcej 1.OOb .......4.6 :Fulton In i __..-_--- 9%' Pio#er Fund .------------ 9.68 r icwspaper to publish for any I Holdup Try of the quackery: I particularly young office workers -: strings attached and guests

H ne.tI .o I!Gen Develd\ ...... ___.. 4% pulan Fund -- 9.6.51 I ength of time, the Boston Costs BanditDetroit Shady salesmen are selling]I who can least afford to lose! may be lured into signing up

1\111 MInt 5.00 .........,44 [Mackey Airtnes; ...- 6%:I.I T p4m: Elec.Growth..... -..-_ 15.76 8.17 1,Jews-Letter, was published by cheap, machine-made wigs to hundreds of dollars on a phony I for extravagantly-priced sets
Tel (I Mead Johnsci _.._ 21 !\1ie Line Inc. __ 5.6 fohn Campbell with news and (AP) A woman's gullible customers at hand'deal. In one recent case a of hair.
1.00 'Pac NW Tel'..,.__ ------- 23 ;jossip he collected as postmastr. -fright cost a would-be bandit made wig prices of $500 or young government clerk in
Ke gi .80a .............412Le 'Philips Elec. -..-- 43I Jlingtonfund _._ 15.0DD t tIf $10 Thursday. more. Washington was talked In to I I One woman bought a wig at
a wig party for $217.50. When
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Lit Ii 1.981 I I1o I!Redwing earners __ 13 11 j ) LOT TRANSACTIONS In 1800, the Library of Confess Ordering a pound of balognaand They are misrepresenting materials spending $700 for a "bargain" she picked it up, it was a differ-
RicGroup.4---, 8% offering a $10 bill, the man u -promising quality two wigs by a high pressure
SJ. had
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Mai F 1.60 _140Ma :Sperry R. WtS'7\ : rchases .-._ 501,349 1898, war was declared be- tricked grocery store operator European hair, but instead us-,wig salesman. Days later she ordered and, moreover, it did-
3. Sjiitex ----4---_------. 65i ort Sales __ 7,811 and Madeline Aluia into opening the ing stiff, coarse Oriental hair.In spotted the exact same typewigs ordered
1.00 _4. 18Mc t ween the United States n't fit. Yet she was bya
ill .60a..j37% Tampa Elec. _\_ 25'ATech Dthfr Sales .._ 483,375 c pain.; cash register. Then he pointeda some instances, even synthetics priced at $169 each. When court to pay off to a finance
Measur .4.-- ;otal Sales 491,188Advances used in of the she balked a fi-
Mci Co '1.70 _,.4. 49Mer gun. are place ,, on payments
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Nor! :, 6.00 ..4..... 1283;; Alico Land _..-_ New1963-64llighs 84!()n Athens, Greece. _- _____ 1 more for a $50 wig at a wig par-
r\o IIE, 1.48 -+-'S7 jAmer Fidel Life _.- New 1963-64 Lows 35, battalion of j4--_ F. ,. :ty. The wig is ofteIJ n shoddily

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Olin tI 1.20 44tOwei4 Nat. Ins. _..- 'I NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS!six i atomic cannon was dispatched V I IS and must be thrown away aft-

1%.50 -.._ 14 : lAmer Pion'r Life a Complete Volume Close Cn'ges I to West Germany to) ) er a few weeks. In more seri
Anheuser Bush __ 2'' 1 bolster American forces. | .
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Pac 142.4o 59'i Anodyne are so bad they cause the
PacT 3O"i'' Citizens Bank _.--J' 232 400 Pac Pet 13 Ti up 1% Five years ago-A mysterious
111.20 victim's own hair to fall out
Conn.Lt.&Pow 188 100 Curtis Pub 12tt off Hi j force of about 80 armed men
PanA4l:20: 71Parkel
.00 _._ 29 CowlesMag&PB.-:. .. 172 200 Chrysler 45% off 1% 1 made a landing on the shores of The best wigs are made of

Pennzoi tOO 78,. Dun & Bradst. _-_.:_ 1i 77 100 Am Airlines 44K off 1% ]Panama. The group was dispersed i hand-selected human hair, cost.

Perkin -41 Firs West. Fine 73 200 Pan Amer. 71off 2% 1 17'l after a clash with Pan-; :: :4: M ing up to $25 an ounce, and

_ Pfizer .80a -17'.:Florida GasFLASHED-_-__ 200 Cont Airline 23% off 1 '::amanian armed forces. Three sewn hair-by-hair (up to 135.
71 500 R C A 33% off V\\4
SI 69 900 Penn R R 3-7: 1I up s..I l said the group was made best take a month or more to

. i\ I C6300SO Line ST3 up 3Vti LIP of Cubans acting under the make. may cost well over $500.

M 57 200 Erie Lack 5 unch i H,orders of Fidel Castro, but Cas-i Other legitimate varieties can

55 COO Ford Motor 57s* off *,i tro bter denied this. be machine-sewn and hand-fin
- NEW The shares. 55 200 Rd 16s. off *i'
(AP) t, SpelT>
._ U.S am-i ished in a week, cost $175 and
- stock ma I\'ed unevenly at International Paper a1so-. .5SIOOEIec & Mus .7% up i; One year fitted
- the openji y, Trading was ed on a 3,000-share traC41X1, 54 700 Xerox 94% off 1 tassador Foy Kohler and the I''up. They are carefully
and matched to the individual.
- moderate]. e. easing H to 33T&. I Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks 1 1VoL British ambassador to Moscow ,
A real is an expensiveItem.
Premier Khrushchev wig
Gulf Oil advanced % I4% Close Change :suggested to
- Ci2anges stocks
st key
If want to buy one,
Issue of the number you
Were narrOpening on 2,100 shares. 1. 117800 Syntex Corp 6S; off 4% 4 the .
deal with known reliable
only a ,
On blocks of 3,000 sban SOO 112 100 National Pete 37-lSup % of test ban inspections be sidetracked
I included: Reynolds -Line declined % to 34 and 91 800 Pac. Pete wts- 9\. up 2%,i'' temporarily in order to .t S wig-maker, dealer or a

Toth ff 4 at 49% Ford lot 1'* at 574 I 81 900 T W A-W15- 20% off 21.,I focus on the deadlocked Geneva S I trusted, local beauty salon.
on 6,600 1 Know advance what
Bethlehem in
; 58 200 '. .disarmament negotiations.
American P s. Seabd WId Air 71& pff
nit a at 31 .)(oo)(): and New Telephone I [vou're buying and f'xa-.tly what
to 142fa on 2.500 shar4 Royall a. .
York Centr ; at 36 on 1--- ---- -- ----- ; Rebuilding Slarkc Field 'the navment term will Hf
I I Dutch gained *; at.4j on 1- 1I AVERAGES APRIL 23 ;
I' 'I United Air and i I NEW YORK TIMES MARKET Also find out precisely vtl}l.a!
; General ,,700. L1n4 I High Low Close Net Chg.; i Brad- Iutur maintenance of the vu I ig
opened onr31000 Douglas Aircraft lost .actions.; i About half of the football gridiron had been built up by yesterday at
shares C at 83%. Consolidated Edison |med H. 25 Roils . 137.78 135.52 135.97 up .78 I 1 ford High athletic field when this picture was taken showing Dave Paulk'si will involve and how much this

: UncbanEe American Yesterday the /Mated'I 25 Industrials 832.96 819.35 821.32 off 5.04 I i truck unloading at the scene. Sidewalk superintendents at the job are Foster will cost.

;.Motor; a 6Jz shares; Press average of 6e* ki dipped -I 50 Stocks . 485.37' 477.43 478.64 off 2.13 1\ Shi Smith and Bill Haas. The truck driver: b Frank .Frederick, ,(Sun photq by NEXT Auto accessorial' andrcpicgyp1.

Goo rp4(71 iioo, .2 f4 306.2. l J- S S (a> Jfew' Y ck Ttac*- I $aiaaryey..A: : S S _. __ __ 5-

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14 Gainesville Sun "* Friday, April 24, 1964 !.. Oc'

I U.S. Is Stori \Deacllyjl- ,Nerve Gas, J4t, in rise/ 1 4\:1-; : I

(EDITOR'S NOTE: At a plantin the skin, can kill. chemical. '. I In a separate building, the The nerve. gas is dispersed In operating budget Is spent,1 by any treaties forbiddin thperation i

western Indiana, the, United I I At the end of an assembly line I An Army publication says I gas is pumped into rockets and a spray when its carrier ex safety. There has never. bet;\1 use of nerve gas. toy be"a[

States makes a deadly nerve laced: with 40 miles of pipes, the only that the gas can "cause other munitions by automatic plodes. It kills by attacking the plant fatality. k Tisdale describes the N >oae won't -I

in a race to stay ahead,of liquefied gas is poured into death within four minutes." A I equipment in a sealed compartment -body's cholinesterase, substance Contrary to popular bell
I less transmitting nerve signals for the United States is not boui t1t
any agrewor, just "so he won't rockets, land mines and artillery -congressional report says
than minute's can The equipment fills the rocket, muscles to expand.
be tempted.")' abells-destlr.ation secret. a exposure ONC/XUNfTED SUNiI! STATE
The facility, housed in a for- X-rays it to measure the con- When this. fluid is crippled,

By JAMES JL POLK I mer atomic energy installation kill."This stuff here was originally !tents, rinses and dries it, and muscles continue to constrictand In The i: INSON EA TO1

NEWPORT, Ind. (AP-In al now known as the Newport developed as an insecticide'I' checks for leaks. the body strangles its own

cloistered complex of buildings: Chemical Plant is the nation's says a vice president of the From Newport, the rockets vital organs. There is an anti. --1

on a hill in, western Indiana the,major supply center for nerve FMC Corp. which operates the and artillery shells are shippedin dote, atropine, but it must be l1t

United States brews and bottlesone gas. It has been in operation 24 plant under a government contract "normal Army supply chan- injected quickly, and the gas CapitolWASHINGTON Emorrow'XT

of war's deadliest weapons.It hours a day for three years. nels" says Lt. Col. William J. gives no warning.

is nerve gas, a stealthy Details on the gas are secret, The chemicals which form the Tisdale, officer in charge at the Manufacture is inexpensive.The .

assassin that is odorless, taste- but a plant official ,describes it nerve gas are mixed and boiled plant He will say no more. Newport operation spends

less and virtually .invisible., as "hundreds of times more in a plumber's nightmare of "Everything we have here we about $3% million annually- TAP) In the

drone. breathed or soaked into toxic" than any commercialSIABLE&DIGNIFIED pipes, furnaces, pumping towers would like for the public to less than the cost of ono, jet news from Washington; TV Cha 1 13O

and reaction vats. At one point, know, but we don't want the bomber.
the product looks like frozen. Russians to know' Tisdale ex The plant Includes a complete! Department it found: 63 security P. 'H
I Ten cent of the
milk. plains. hospital. per risks in its ranks last : _

r Suit year most of them homosexuals .un .

150 Prisoners Stage Rioft' none subversives.The .

MOVKS MimHAMLsi; ; ; House report Appropriations was given subcommittee to a- Ki ciiil

in closed session Feb. 1 DAT1r tor ItNc* _

In Dallas Jail Housing RuByDALLAS and released by the subcommittee

Thursday. The departmentas Pd. Pot. AT

25,000 employes.

c Tex. (AP) Police I half hours. mates. '

with dogs and fire hoses Thurs- One Jailer, Ray Masters, 50,I The sheriff said no prisonerswere Raymond W. Laugel, acting I

day night quelled a riot in the was wounded superficially,I hurt in the disturbance. deputy assistant secretary for

Dallas County Jail that in- Sheriff Bill Decker said, with a I. Decker said he had gone to security all'63 told the subcommittee] b Cente says:

I volved about 150 Negro prisoners razor blade broken into two the jail about 7:30 p.m. to talk employes resigned after
and lasted three and one- pieces and wielded by two in- to a group of prisoners who had evidence.department showed them its I

Keep your Tax Assessor's been shouting, "We want jus- a'rrx.. SET

_,3 office operating in a stable tice," and rattling tin cups on BAKER: {An Internal Revenue

and dignified manner. Jax Race Group their cell bars. He said they protested Senrfee Investigation has estab-

v' KEEP J. PIERCESMITH about food, crowded conditions lished that Bobby Baker signedan THE

and infrequent use of a untant's name to 1961 1 -

the telephone. federal} income tax returns,

Revival SoughtJACKSONVILLE After talking to the prisoners! Comrni: loner Mortimer Caplin !

: Decker said he thought everything said in i letter to Chairman B.

(Pd. Adv.) I had quieted until a shorttime Everett Jordan, D-N.C., of the :

-- ---I (AP) A had submitted and gained pass- later when the riot erupt.. Senate lilies Committee. !

former Judge who says peopleare age of a resolution stating: "It kId I
tiring of racial struggles has is time forced racial segrega- ed.Decker said Masters went of Baker signed the i)7.

FEDERAL called a meeting of Jackson tiorr died of fatigue and that in into the safety vestibule wherea name Hilton L. Hauft as the
preparer if the individual
ville's disintegrating biracial its place we grant equality of fight had started and two turn sumittd re-
committee seeking to revitalize to all by Baker and by
races. men crowded into the safety his wife
Dothy and also the s
The resolution added: "Rea I
QUALITY HOMES it"We vestibule with the jailer. As he of his
suffered a temporary setback son and persuasion is the only sought to get them back into preparer partnership return

that is all," said William means'y, which the problemcan the corridor, they slashed himwith Ocean on theCarousel Motel in

H. Maness, for five years a Florida be solved. It appealed to all the broken razor blade. City.Md.

4820 N.W. 13th St. & 441 North I circuit judge. He referredto to abide by the laws. Prisoners in three corridors of considered"These will be further CdlllTlOtG

the community relations com Maness said he became Interested the seventh floor then began fat the service as I AIR

Gainesville Phone 372-5113 I mittee, formed a month ago to. in the racial situation shouting, cursing and tearing up I affairs they Mr. Baker's tax !

solve racial problems only w -through church work, and ironically their mattresses. Decker said, said. J I t
'become beset with Its own while opposing a National I Baker resig d under fire Oct. FOR SI MI COMFORT
at least three mattresses
Hours : troubles. Council of Churches study con torn to bits, set afire were and! 7 the as Senate's$19,600-a- secretary to Now you con Air ( id.g. your home fvhave Ithe I
Southern-born and educated Dtoocrats.
Maness, ference recommendation on civ thrown to the street below I of conditioning
a luxury a
8 8 Sun. 11-7 said whites as well as il In Ohio RED BLOq The United i 001-
a.m. to p.m.; p.m. rights Columbus last short distance from the point i States Is no engine, no comp soNy whispering I ,
report giving serious
be educated" to
Negroes "must February. He fought sanctioningof where President John F. Ken: consideration ., at 50% lor r|
J face inescapable social changes.A disobedience to laws considered tqsale of a synthetic -

"Service is a MUST with Us" community leaders' com unjust. Nov.nedy 22.Jack was. assassinated last I'' rubber pint to Commu: CALL US F k rEE ESTIMAE) :

mittee of both races can aCe "In the North they considerme nist Romania in iew of the sa-

--- .. -- ijcomplish this, added the fiery a rock-ribbed conservative, of Lee Harvey Ruby, convicted Oswald, Kenne slayer,' tellite nation's (orts to gain I !I i'Gainnvil
but soft-spoken judge. He and down here they think I'm a some independe from the"
dy's accused assassin is held in
,recommended that other Southern liberal Soviet Union.HEALTH' I t'D
the native of
IT ISN'T GOSSIPYOU Erwin, N. the jail awaiting appeal of his I p'n
cities organize such bodies. C., chuckled."It : Sen. '

I Maness, emerging as a central reminds me of the old silent death March sentence 14. assessed by a Harrison A Wil ms, D-N.J.,I .
jury ,
CAN GET A figure in biracial relations movies where they :would It was from this same jail will conduci\ a hon ring May 4 237 W. Univ. Are. I phone/FRb3//

\ .. : I in this city of racial troubles frantically crank a jalopy and it that deceptive an mIsleadingpra'Ctices
PAYDAYLOAN I dating back to 1960, summoned would run over them, then they made a sensational seven escape.during prisoners inlhe s|e of health .- ---- ------
I the committee meeting for Sat. would chase it." insurance po cies.l IS--------
the Ruby murder trial. Two
\ I urday. Twelve Negroes include Maness added:' "We must still I ProdueiCOPELAfD "
men are at large. Attention LiIf fpck
ing NAACP leader Rutledge change our manner of thinking.If II \ I II

Pearson resigned from the 75- a white man leaves a restau NOTICE of INTENTION '

from member committee and four rant because a Negro eats there, TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME! II PeoI In 'I
Pursuant to Section 145.W. Florida
: white members quit the group's he is not hurting the Negro but Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the you have hogs or cam o

$Z5 to $600 I t executive board. rather the white proprietor." undersigned NORRIS WILLIAM RIG-. tall now ar in the future e
LER doing business under the firm T-
Maness attributed the resignations Maness sandwiches his biracial name of Nortronlx Service co, 3616 jTheSOFIA: pas contact ana af the biirciat>>
Stengel Field Gainesville Fla, Glines-
to differences In procedure. -
activities into a full profes
vllle. Alachua County Florida Intendsto Copeland Sausage Companne1tSva
And Confidential +ie+ww sional family and church register said fictitious name under Bulgak '
umou pro the provisions ef the aforesaid Statute. (A?)-Geor- them an opportunf to
A subcommittee he headed gram. He is the father of five, Dated at Gainesville, Florida this gi Traykov, the 11311 who b
from 1st day of April, A. D.. 1944 en- buy your livestock.
Ttw Division of Plant Industry state including three adopted children NORRIS WILLIAM CRIOLtR gineered the force c4lectiviza-

seated Department bids at of Room Agriculture 508 Seagl will rectlvi BuildIng "who had no place to go;" the (3216)1:3,1017,21 tion of farms in Qlgaria, is the

Marion Finance Co. A.M., .Gainesvilia.Wdntday Fla.April no liter 29, Hob than for 11 loyalty chairman of the Ortega new president of fiat]Communist a ERS; YOU,
'tha application of granular Insecticide Methodist Church, and a lawyer. NOTICE Is hereby given that the household country.
aircraft. Application goods and personal effects stored
by single engine BIGADV/4TA6ES!
Home Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks te start about May 1st at approximately LEGAL NOTICE by Gainesville' Bonded Warehouse Inc. Traykov, a firstljenjty premier 4
for the Account of Reynolds 8. Smith
counties of northwest
localities In
218 W. Unir. Are. FR 6-5333 M Florida, covering approximately NOTICE TO ALL CREDITORS not reresponsible will' be sold at Auction to the was elected Viaiimously;

4$SS9. acres (plus or minus 50 per curred by myself.for any Charles debts L.unless Manton In i highest et 7 A.M.bidder May from a, If"749 and N.W.each 4th subsequent Street Thursday by the tttioial As 1. Cash market evfy day. ,\
Interested reQuest
cent) may
KM) A:24. 26 27 28 2* 30; 5:1
a copy of The detailed contract I week day until sale Is completed. sembly to succeed Ojniri Gan- 2. No commission:
tram the Gainesville office. The Division of Plant Industry State Payment to be made In cash certified died 1
(3254) 4:IS. 22 Department of Agriculture will receive I check. Proceeds of sale will apply towards ev, who four dap ego meat type s.
Decorator Styled NOTICE Is hereby given that the household sealed bids at Room SOS SeagleBuilding liens held by Gainesville. Bonded 3. Special considestion givet|
goods and personal effects storedby Gainesville Florida, no later Warehouse' and-or Aero Mayflower
Gainesville Bonded Warehouse Inc. than 11 AM. Friday. May 1, 19 64, for Transit Co. Merchandise to be sold NEW YORK (AP) A Panels 4. Can furnish haling for sff enl 4uant
I for the Account of W. C. RUDD and or the fallowing Items: 5,000 ibs, Dieldrln, consists of the following described Cardinal today
-Will be sold at Auction to the highest 19 per cent granular delivered and articles: Spellman larks I .
bidder from 74* N. W. 6th Street. At unloaded I at Pensacola, Florida 1. Wardrobe Trunk the 25th anniversary ofhf
1 AM. May a 1H4 and each subsequentweek 003 Ibs. Heptachlor, 10 per cent granular 2. Foot Locker appointment CALL COLLECTCLAUDE 462HORMAN -'
DRAPERY FABRICS I day until sale Is completed. Payment --delivered and unloaded at Lutz :X Suit Case as archbishop ew
to be made In cash certifl dcheck. Florida. Further details may be obtained 4. Small bag of seed York richest
in the I
I Proceeds of sale will apply towards by request from the Gainesville (3233) 4:', 24 see nCatholic'
Hens held by Gainesville Bonded office" Church. 4 PRESTO|01-IC
Warehouse arxJ-or Aero Mayflower (3267) 4:17, 34
Transit Co. A4erchandise to be sold consists IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
of the following described articles : CH

3. (2) Child chairs
Notice is hereby given that we have Deceased. I. of
4. Ironing Board University Chicago
filed our final returns as Administrator CREDITORS AND PERSONS d
TO ALL 'opel
IS., Large Baby Buggy Trunk (Blue of the Estate of VIRGINIA A. HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Prof. Tracy Morton Sonneboij
DISCOUNT 1 i PRICES and other Household goods and person.SI JOHNSON Deceased! that we have Used AGAINST SAID ESTATE: of the University of Indiamjwere
effects. our petition for final discharge and You and each of you are hereby notified
I'(3232) 4:'. 24 that we will apply to the Honorable H. and required to present any claims elected today to member IDA
H. McDonald. County Judge of Alachua and: demands which you or either of COMPANY AIXCHUA,
NOTICE Is hereby given that the house- County. Florida on the- 12th day of yew may have against the estate ef I ship in the British Royal Society! O
hold goods and personal effects stored May 1M4, for approval of the same and BERTHA BOYD. deceased late of I
''by Gainesville Bonded Warehouse Inc. for final discharge as Administrators of said County, to the County Judge ef for the Advancement of Science.
for the Account of A. T. PETERSONwill the Estate ef VIRGINIA A. JOHNSON Alachua County. Florida at his office
be sold at auction t* the highest Deceased. In the court house ef said County
bidder from 74s N.W. 'tt' St. af 7 A.M. PAUL L. JOHNSON at Gainesville Florida within six calendar TAIPEI (AP-Defense Minister -
The Furniture Manufacturers May I. ItM and each subsequent weekday and EDGAR LEO JOHNSON month from the time of the GO
Yu Ta-wei of Nationalist ONLY
I until sale Is completed. Paymentto Administrators of the Estateof first publication of this notice. Each
VIRGINIA A. JOHNSON. claim or demand shall be In writing. ,
1 be made af salwill In" cash certified apply towards check.Proceeds 1. Deceased. and shall state the place of residence .China left Taipei today for the
liens heW by Gainesville Bonded Warehouse (32401 4.10. 17 25: 1 and post office Helrsl" the claim United States for what was officially -

AMPLE HOUS I Co. Merchandise and-or Aero to be Mayflower sold consists Transit af. NOTICE I* hereby given that the house claimant ant and, his shall agent be sworn his attorney to by and the described as his annual CAN MAKE ATRE!! !!
not filed
I''I.the following described articles for hold Gainesville goods and Bonded personal Warehouse effects stored Inc, any shall such be void.claim or demand so medical checkup.
Washer the Account of E. & LATHAM end WILBUR J. BOYD I :
I. Antenna PoleL will be sold at auction to the highest As administrator of the I
Jltcheltlbl. bidder from 74* NW. 'm St. at 7 Estate of BERTHA BOYD but Florid
South M.Jn $f. t S.W 13th St t 4. Fender skirts A.M. M.y. 1t&4 and etch subsequent DeceasedLazonby. Student Trio i
I J. Mattress week day until sale to completed. Dell, Graham, Wlllcox I.
i. Television Payment to be In cash certified I Barber .
Leads Services \ Control I
7. Basinet check. Proceeds of sale. win apply towards P. O. Box 121
I. Vacuum cleanerAnd Ken held by Gainesville Bonded Gainesville Florida ?
ether household goods and personal e \ f
1 warehouse and or Aero Mayftow- Attorneys for AdministratorKit At
effectS. .r T mH CB.- ( ) 4:17, 24; 5:1._ I out I e ;
(32)4) 4:9. 24 Merchandise to be sold consist of the Reputotj
I NOTICE to hereby given that the household following articles: I >
i ;: goods and personal! effects adored 1. Tricycle THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA TO: Three students from the Baptist ( TIS
by Gainesville W &
tor the Account of NEDA BRK X Foot Locker () f Jama P Julian 1 Student Union at Stetson,
Of Cordelia
EY1TJSI'j {IC and or- win te sold at auction 5.4. Clothe Mattress hamper 4057 Care South Princeton Avenue University in DeLand will bepart I RL6JOF
,to the highest bidder tram 7. N. W. Baby t, linnet QUALITY & RESfiSlU
a. seat Chicago !
St. t, each Baby here this week-end as a
j 1'bath at 7 AM. May W44 Ie- 7. Folding chair (21 You are hereby notified that Paul
subs quonf week day unto to com t. Hair dryer H. startzman has filed fits sworn Complaint of Youth Week at Southside i I rUniformed
:pleted. Payment to be to cash certified of AJachua
rocker In the circuit Court TREE
T. V. check. Proceeds of sale. will apply1towarss Aid ether Household coed and. Personal County Flortbforeclose you and ethers Baptist Church. I SURGEI ?
liens field by Gainesville Bond and
I eff.cb.nns a mortgage
ed Warehouse and-or Aara Mayflower Wayne Dickson, who is : ;
( ) 4f, 34. -or an equitable lien an the *JIIPNWO the:1
j.Transit Co. Merchandise te be sold described property to wtt: for the revival
.consists of the following articles: IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY The West Sevtnty-Fiv (75) feet speaker ,] Trained Techni s i
11. Record JuDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA of the East One Hundred Fifty is a senior at Stetson, and will ,
88 :2. Record Player IN PROBATE.IN ,., in
) feet of Lot Seventeen
NOW AS ,',I X Air cooler RE: ESTATE 011MAAGAET ..a being the West One-Half teach English there following PRUNING & DEMOSSING :
4. Clothes HILL LAYTON of the East Ore-Waif (WV ef the E his graduation. Miss PrisciUa: \
S. Dishes .
Deceased.TO .1
VH of Lot Seventeen (17) recorded
I i. Toys i iI ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS In Deed Book "N"", at Peg 3" ef Jones, who will be in charge:' fRAYING & FERTILIZING
(3X3t\ 4: t. 24 HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS 32 Township 11 South. '.
LOW AS I .....1 AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Range Jl East, Aladwa County of the music, is a music major,;
hereby given that the
You and tads ef hereby '
yw are V
Florida and Nester de Armes who Is'the & PLANRACING
hob ,
goods and personal effects stored nfled and required to IMOVALS
present: any Yaw are further notified that Via re-
SUPPLY I by GaktesvIM Bonded Warehouse, Mhotor c alm' and whlcft Defend Is for the 1!
Notice t fellowship :
tarn day ef this planning
Account of A. D. SELLERS and ayhe Ysthe
the ,
i *f you e
LIMITED 2, 144 and shall an or before
I or WIlt bo sold at Auction to the May yon be medical & CABLING
i state of MARGARET HILL LAYTON said data serve a copy of your defense, team plans to a :
highest bidder from 7. N. W. 61ft! ,
DURING OUR 31st BIRTHDAY SALECOUCH'S I,Street at 7'AM. May W4 and eachauoeaqu.M i deceased County Judge Ute ef of Alachua said County County t*, Pierlab the if any lor upon Plaintiff Lowry end WhoM Andrews POd office Attorneys mss onary. I *,1, AODERN
;. week day until sale to csm- wtttiln six: calendar matte from *.**** P. 0. aM 3M. CainesvHia, The team win hold services METHODS
Dteted. Payment te be made ki Caftounified I the time of the first publication of and'knreofatW thereafter
tmsnotlcm. C
608 N. check. Proceed ef sale. will BOo I Each Cairn or demand shall be file Florida the ortgteaJ. of acne lit... office In the church tonight at 7 \OMPLETELY
pty towards liens held by GamesvUie bt writing, and shall state the place of of the Clerk ef the Circuit Court ef the at INSURED
MAIN I ST. ,:Bonded. Warehouse and-er Aero May.new residence and post office address of Mho above styled court, amerwba a Decree o'clock and Sunday 11 a.m. ,
sold consists Transit ef C*the Merchandise following described te be claimant. and agent shed attorney be sworn and f*any by such theclaimant Pre Confuse. will be entered against and 7:30 pjn. The young people ,. ree Estimate"Pho "No Ob on'24

,.Tildes. : claim or demand not so filed shall be WITNESS- one of the Honorable Circuit of the church will teach
N. CENTRAL FLORIDA'S LARGEST Double Mattress void. Judges ef the Eight Judicial Circuit School
,,' Television HOWARD WAYNE BISHOP ef Florida as well as the Clerk of Sunday classes and .
SELECTION 3. Foam Rubber Mattrtss PHIWP JAMESON MANIC tn CMcuit i aunt .H a. the,,st day M Trainer Union classes 376-2661 ;
ZENITH 4. Tattle tampJ. As executors of the Last Win Aprf1, A.D. 1faL Sunday'with |
Chest of drawers (I) and Testament of J B. CARM4CMAEL CLERIC a picnic planned for Satur.'
*, Douttfe dresser
"J. End table LAYTON. Deceased Deputy Clerk day. i j N16th
U (2) straight chairs y.V Graham. WUkeirber (Court Seat 5 i
OPEN TO 9 P.M. fV Mirror (I) Lent Lewry & AnjrewsP. Seu4MI e's pator Rev, Gene' t
FRIDAY 9aF,And. fectL_+r household. goods 'and. person24 233 Gainesville Northeast Florida 1st Street < .MMSvfe O.-BJK are Florida> Kyitk sJ4 the public is invited:' \

\ : -. .. .. I 1170 4;', (213) 4; 1, 14. 17, 24. : (*eta\ 44. i *..v_U to t e6e yottth-led services. J t

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I 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 18 Schools & !Inttrrutfont 35 Houief for Sale 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sole


; Printed Pattern WHITE healthy woman. Live In, SPEEDWRITING SHORTHAND AVAILABLE MAY 1, I room. 2 BY OWNER. new house 3 bedroom, LOW DOWN PAYMENT .

NOW ; care for Invalid. Give Insulin. t SECRETARIAL courses. Night bath furnished home at IE* NE 1 bath. Utility room and carport. ; MAKE OFFER O 3 bedr 1 WANT-AD
918'0 2-10' References. Phone 462-1273 Ala- classes now forming. 211 W Univ. 3rd St. Will sell on liberal 2100 N.W. 55th Street. $500 down. bath home, ItJ RATES : .
chua. Ave Phone 31 -3S07. terms. will trade for duplex t,. Call FR 2-4m. quiet neighborhood,
pay cash difference or will rent Irving room Lr screen porch.
PART TIME survey work, $1.25 Real I Estate Exam 10 reliable tenant. Ph. or writeH. SEEING IS BELIEVINGBY FHA lls PH. 372.841 r:
incentive. Work
G. Bollinger Box 277 Starke OWNER. Exceptional, attractIve -
3 hours a day 5 days a week. COURSE '&+2181. both house & landscaping. '

ISTHE Call FR 205J7.EXPERIENCED. ATTEND First lesson free. 3 BR, 2 baths, Fla. rm, screened LiTEODWEODMODERTELY foe
: HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE AIR CONDITIONED perch cent. heat & air cond.. cfo ; I _
a' : STENOGRAPHERSSperry COLLEGE 21S W. Univ. Ave I IF you like space for entertaining built-in even range. dishwasher Ma room bedr, 2 bth. -'. Classified Only'DEADLINES I

has desirable positions' FR. 4-3507 372-3727. this is the house for you. Lg. dbL carport & Ig. utility tral heat. scree porc. ce ,. ; .

available for experienced stenographers SPEEDWRITINGSHORTHAND living area opening\ onto red- shop or hobby room. PARADISEfor this before O buy. -I I
with developed secretarial wood enclosed patio. Near Lit- children, outside city near ) = I ; )t r
tlewood and Westwood schools. new el em. school. convenient to =
1. Starting salary determined .
-> : IIIW prior experience, TYPING 3 BR. 2 baths central heat Univ.. 'Med. Center VA HI. p. CHOICEONE I. '
with Increase based on regular BOOKKEEPINGClasses dishwasher disposal, built in Call 374-4232 ACRE building lots, lust out Tues.: thru Fri. paper pja. Day before publication ;

I ; ty scheduled work performance now forming. HowelCsBusiness stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal 3 bedroom CCB house. Central side City Limits, Beautifully y 1 For ads to G Su paper-12:0O a.m. Sat. n
wooded. For to In
$22,000 only. $1500 psper-l Sat. .
Id p-m.
reviews. Promotional opportunIties College, 211 W. Univ. down. '22 NW 36th Terr. FR 4- heat and air conditioning. Will = M ,
S work week. Excel '
day .
Ave. sell or trade for 55 house trailer "
4945 e! (Minimum
ad 4 lines)
lent conditions and ben
2 bedroom, FR 2-7552. -
efits. Submit in confidence SALES POSITION Agricultural FOR T
resume only $450 down, .1.27 permonth
or telephone' 372-0411, Ext. Chemical Prefer College Grad- payments, you can qualify NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 I| FAMILY RATES / _
p TIME 225. for appointment. uate Minimum two years Agricultural ] for 4 BR. 2 bath home 1804 and 4 bedroom 2 bath, CCB Member Multiple Listing

SPERRY College. Age to 35. Must NW 38th Terr. Will paint inside home. City water, lights and Aria T. Smith Realtor \ 1 Insertion ....'.................................... 34c Km

ELECTRONIC TUBE be willing to relocate. Car plus A outside completely. For app?. sewers. Shown by appointment Mabel L Gore Associate = 3 Insertions .......................... 22c HIM
DIVISION salary, plus Incentives. Mail to see call 372-0481. Phone FR 2-3824. 435 1st St. 374-244 i 4 Insertions .................................. I7c line

J : SPERRY RAND CORP. resume to P. O. Box 3323, Stat.F GLADY SMITH E i 12 InsertIons ...... ...... ....... 14C lint _ _
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Jacksonville Fla. RENTERS? BY OWNER. 4 bedroom 2 bath, 2| Totl charge computed by multiplying'totaY lInes x rte ean*-
t EQUAL OPPORTUNITY large house, double garage i number of Insertions.
\ : EMPLOYMENT Register for free month's rent, Fenced yard. Close to University P. K. Yonge area. 4 br!2 :
26 Farm
\ TO. DEPARTMENT Equipment no obligation, drawing month- i Call FR_47084.M Florida baths. Living r room Separate dining. soso

BOLEN Ride A-Matlc tractor ly. room. This is a family
S Five letter
| words line
MANAGERFor with disc and plow. Good condI- HUGH EDWARDS. I INC home with convenience to I -i per
\ tion. Price S175. FR 1-4477. North Central Fla. largest builder all schools.

6ET\-' b Infant and girls wear. At least by far. = Same I lines -

: 1 1i \ 3 years J. M.experience Fields, 1409 required.N.W. 23rd Apply 28 Livestock ,& SuppliesWANT NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. IDYLWILDBeautiful I Quality Large home lot with M many Newberry trees Road.and 1 '-s'.:-.- 8 Pt. ordinary.type ,

shrubs. 3 2 tile baths, so
) Blvd. AVAIL. June 1st 3 BR 2 bath, bedr Same as 3
TO KNOW HOW to properly Fla. rm. screened porch SIS,. brick and CB. home, Ig double r Living roomIs .. 1 12 Pt. li
finish your hogs for market? 500. lot wooded fine residential area. carpted and ha fireplace. ordinary -
12 Malt Help Wanted Then come In and let us explain wood. Walking Ph. distance Little- 3 BR 2 bath hw floors. double I j
FR 25043. "
how you can do this fob with garage custom built by appoint Near the University. Good buy In e 18 S.ameaslllnea

THAT CPA Cooperative Mills 40 percent 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath large corner ment. Call Mary Moeller Exclusive 3 lr 2 bath home with Flor. I rt.ordinary type _
i! WANTED life guard thru Labor Pork Maker. Our special lot. close to Howard Bishop and Il r. painted and dec -- ..

Day who Is free to live on premIses during the month of April. FMX Metcalfe elementary. MembershIp at 117.9 ;

!11 l i when, not and on can duty.do FR other 6-3012.work Gainesville FR 2-105 or or 461-2105.AJachua. Phone ty. swim club.over Reasonable payments. equl.4zate Call- SPACIOUSLovely Call 372-5393 to see any of these I I 24 Pt Same .$ J lines

{ UNIVERSITY of Fla. Student to 3 Br 2 bath N.E. near homes or ask f our list of choice ordinary type : JI

work spare time. Room rent 30 PETS & SUPPLIES (60 Month, Parochial and Metcalt School buys In all ranges.
new CB home. large I
BETTER : to Ig screen porch low down paymt =

.constitute FR 43012.GAINESVILLE part. of compensation. CHIHUAHUA puppies, ready to 20th lot. Low St. FR down 2-4692.payment 300 S.E. i' $10*.00 mo call Includes MoellerHIGHLANDS Escrow. Exclusive GLADYS SMITHRealtor 37 The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one I

go. Come see. R. E. Gregory, Mary incorrect Irtl n will It be liable for any In adver
\ ; Hawthorne. Phone 4612312.SPRINGTIME BY THE OWNER In Idylewiloe 2 tisement extent than the cost of space occw I
SPRINGS. steady employment BR, CCB house tile bath, family : Multiple Listing pied by the Item In The No IdJustment wIll _
fringe benefits age 21 to SO. Is puppy time. English room. Call 372-I001 after Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon be made on errors that do not
materially effect
the '
Apply Jackson's Mlnlt Mart. Shepherd puppies & Amer. _5.30 P.M. Like new 3 br 2 baths CB. Cent Florence Burns Carotin Noyes = the value 0 I
., CAR! "34 N. W. 16th Ave., GainesVIlie ican Shepherd puppies. Call FR nest. Cent A-C built in range & 122$ W. University 372531FRED Idrten
F'a.' 2-0033. 3 BR CCB house on paved street. oven. Ig patio with concrete ornamental I I
Built-in ,
oven' neighbor
"" DEPARTMENTMANAGER AKC registered Dachshund Pups. hood. $150 down. 1171 SE 25th Moeller. fence.ExclusiveRANCHETTES$14,100 Call Mary Te Gainesville Sun reserves t privilege of revising or r.

: )9:" All shots. 4 weeks. Black or red Ave. Phone FR 2-1901. Elting In advertisement It des objectional t 5
h i" male & female. Ph. Kingsley te claslfCltl of .any from an I
Lake 5332493.MINIATURE HAZEL HEIGHTS clered to cfor 1a policy of artlae 1e tlt or

1fT MilU4- For men and boy's wear. At least Schnauzer Se. ,TVt Acre lots restricted. Call I I ARNOLDSpacious pipr.
1 ty .. 3 years experience pups. our 4-bedroom and 3-bed- ,
required. Apply ACK registered excellent 2-bath MARY MOELLERINVESTMENT I
pedi room. CCB homes with
J. M. Fields, 14W N.W. 23rd .. "
k' !!
K c Blvd. gree. Only 2 left must sell built-in electric stove and oven. 11.1111.'lml ---
WRAP UP a little girl's summer leaving town.' $85. (Normally Central heat. city utilities. I 2 Story
} gaily as a gift sew this princess RETIRED couple Interested in $100 to $150) All papers Included. Wired for television and tele 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale

wrap in cool, tool cottons. No helping run a store in Cedar Call 372-7401. phone. Large yards completely I Suitable land for deluxe T r Iller 11,0 $600 down In $107 per I
waist seams, fitting worries zip- Key serving fishermen and tour. grassed. Hazel Heights is In Court fine location near Gainesville including and Insur
1\\ pers buttons a real QUICkIE ists. Must have references. 14 MONTH old. AKC registered female the city limits. Equipped with Call MARY MOELLER ance to qualified FHA Buyer. 2. SALE, TRADE RENT. Furn. UnfuriL I SALE or trade my equity fei
BR. Fla.I Rm. BreakfastRm.
Printed Pattern WO: Children's Write Box 111*, or call 2441, Cedar German Shepherd, $75. sewer lines close to bus stop. story 3 bro 2 bath hewith 3 smaller house 1 acre 1$ block
location. _
Sizes 2, 4, 4, (, 10. Size 4 takes Key. Call 3721235.PUREBRED low down payment conventional MARYMOELLER lty. living garage, fine i I from Court House. Large 2 *tor>
IK' yards 3-inch. BEAGLE puppies. loans. Located on Northwest with ; modern kitchen N.E. 7th Terr. 12-12 house. 4 room apartment dowi

H MAN WANTED excellent opporl AKC reg. Also Labrador pups. 39th Ave.. West of 13th central twa?. $14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. I stairs. 3 ro apartment up
( tunlty for Op
CHECK FIFTY CENTS In coins for this 40. married man, age 25- James Kennel Rt. 1. Box 78, St. Shown by appointment House SunlY. I to 4 p.m. stairs. entrance, Phoni
pattern-add .1$ cents for each lion Local established comblna- Keystone Heights 66-4951.. phone FR 2-3824. HandsomeLocltln by U._ S. FR 4-4442.
pattern for first-class mailing and debit. Good starting pay.DUCT sin .. Homes Division. 2100 .
Send to Marian Write P. O. Box 21', Gainesville. FOR Sate or trade. New 4 BR. WESWOD LITTLEWOOD
special handling. a. condition Is A-Y. 3 ft. 3 2 bath air
FII. 33 LOTS FOR SALE home located In Westmoreland sq. Bi c. to .
Martin, Gainesville Sun Pattern bedr 2 bath home situated brick 2 car Walkin sl. I
Dept.. 232 West 18th St., New York WORK Estates. On city sewers pavedSt REALTOR on paved street. Large lot affords NW 36th Dr. Alachua I IIn' home i Sky
SPECIALISTS Home. Heights. Study,
BY OWNER 2 lg.I bath Rms.. Ig. family
11, N. Y. print plainly NAME -rear lawn fencedfor Call Frank Thomas lard
ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and Experience In new and existing BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 Rm. i. living Rm.. dining area. plvlC& pets. For FR 6-1 buitrin. ove Cent.
THESE STYLE NUMBER homes. salary' per txpenence- Block of N. W. 22nd Street. 110' Central heat bollf-ln kitchen Including 101 W. University FR 4-4471 mer days ahead cool screened sum ,0 ihlded back yad. Call
Fit W404. x 155. Phone3l6-3109. GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards Member of multiple listing porch. Full price ,
. -
YOUR FREE PATTERN IS 3 or 4 Retired or semi-retired d BEAUTIFUL large lots fully walk to schools close to MERRILL WHY PAY RENT
READY choose It from 250 design men to lell collect service lo- improved. In Rldgewood. NW U of F It medical center FHA Best New homes. $9,500. br tile
J Ideas In new SPRING- cal' r1IIItes. .> Pet. new commission 311t Street, lust south of NW $22,700. Down payment 11,700. RedfranksRealestate Buy bath $45 per mnth. 0
SUMMER Pattern Catalog 'just & 40 pct for renewal each 16th Avenue. J. W. Kirkpatrick Immediate occupancy. Drive by 3 bedroom 2 bath ho at WESTWOOD Attractive/ 3 bed S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some

CLASSIFIED out! Dresses sportswear coats year. Easy 'ligh'' work and cxceilent Agency 31 N. Main or call FR 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler my price of $ $, eco room 2 bath masonry home on trldtn Call FR 2.2
'I'' morel! Send 50 cents now.I pay.. Apply at Room f. 26404. Brothers, 372-f545 dally, 374-9048 central heating air conditionerunit large corner lot. Family room
central heat, built in and
Manor Motel, i to < P.M. Friday, FOR SALE lot 1 oox1 ocr. block night. hardwood floors, fenced range and OWNER YOUNGAMERICA

Apr. 24. building 22x17', good well & BEST BUY in buying qualities and yard. Attractive Ilti near ANXIOUS clrp. AN OF-

MALE HELP WANTED pump Inside building. Price home planning for the dollar. schools and FERI
: part
time 12-5 P.M. Mon., Wed.. Frl., $700 cash or terms. For full NW section beyond city limits. $500 DOWN-YES, only $500 down

; ..Car: necessary. Phone FR 2-4443. Information write Peter Tanas. Young executive preferred area. with conventional financing Central Lake Geneva BLACK ACRES Lovely 3 bedroom
ADS J&J Mobile Park lradenton. 3 bedroom 2 bath sped o u s heat a. AIR CONDITION 2 bath concrete block
il I NEED IMMEDIATELY Fla. throug'wut. Entrance hall separate ING 3 large bedrooms 2 baths, New 3 bedroom 1 bath home with home with eak floors spacious HOMES :

MECHANICS (2), experience! Ill x 140 lot near site of 164 dining room dishwash extra large living room & dinIng attached laage. Go waterfront kitchen with plenty of room for
Plenty of work good salary Parade of Homes on NW 34th er. Worth your time to see In area built-in kitchen large let o breezy breakfast sat. 12x2 screened PRESENTS
group Insurance paid vacation.TYPEWRITER Street. Restricted to 1200 Sq. Wimberly Estates off NW 39 th Fla. room, foyer, oak strip point. This a year-round homein bzwlY. carport and utility

i. CLASSIFIEDDial Phone Mr. Elrod, ervlco Manages Ft. home. Outside city limits Ave. Phone 372-519. floors double garage. C h o Ice in kitchen perfect equipment.condition with Full built- ro 1110ILCK NEWBRICK
-. FR 2..u westside location. HURRY. Call pieS
REA electricity and natural gas DISCOVER and buy now this
FOR : I Adding Machine available. Price $2,250. Ph. 2- new home under construction. 374-M17 for appt. to see. Immediate 1.0 ACRES Spacious 3 bed MODEL
occupancy. 2 bath masonry home located
Calculator trained mechanic, 19" Owner. Covered court entrance. 3 BR. OPEN t Dark
Lake Santa Fe on' a large corner lot with
prefer trained 2 bath paneled family rm., fireplace -
NEAR UofF 3 bedroom 1 bath lots of trees. Special features
air conditioned. All of the FEATURES
vettl products. $100 per week 34 Waterfront Property CB on shady lot In excellent residential Ultimate bi Gracious living on the family room with fire. :
and work of
quality personal Ilud
rM.l commIssion. TrlnsPOrtltion a Lloyd My rick home. Again of. aree. $11,000; $350 down most desirable lake In the area. fireplace In living room Fireplaces
per week. appx. $72 per mOo Incl. T t I. Estate proportioned grounds extend central heating and air condi Screened porches
BIGSAVINGS Must be able to assume full I WINFRED H. CRAWFORD fared in Wimberly Estates off Call 374-017. from paved street to lake wall to wall carpets, bollf- custom kitchen CabinetsOversized
NW Ave. Phone 272-"" .
39th tio.
responsibility of service front. Situated In Melrose this
dept. In
376.4672 Reg. Broker. specallzlng and range, electric dishwasher bathroom
Must be sober. None other LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE. FOR SALE BY OWNER BR. 2 RED BRICK We have several large fine 2 story hm offers huge recreation room Pius many ether
need apply. Contact Bill RIm- AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose bath, lg. Fla. ""., Ig. utility of these charming red brick space aplenty. $,0 I you are and double carport. THIS IS A f"tur. C$1

sey, 444 Harbor City Blvd./ GR -2J". J area, separate living rm., dinIng homes in different price ranges interested. LOT OF ,.ItOPEItT FOR J2I-
Eau Gallle Fla.' by letter e? rm., kitchen. wall to wall with terms to suit. All have SOT CALL VA & FHATERMS

_Phone 254-7943. LAKE FRONTAGE carpeting In living rm.. glass oakstrip floors. fireplace, separate -
NEED energetic men Interested In 21 Acres on Sand bottom lake sliding door leading to 16' x 24 dining rooms. CALL US ft* ARNOLDREALTY JOHN MERRILL >
Insurance field. Established deb- North of Grandln Asking $5,000. patio fenced In back yard. further details on' these better REALTOR 2

.. Its, fastest growing Co. In U.S. One half. cash. S. E. Sapp Real 1325 NE 12th Terr. 19500. built homes.LET'S COMPANY MULTIPLE LSINC $
I tor. Phone 472-2000 er 472-2220. Phone Walking distance to
: Announcements opportunity for rapid 4123 N. W. 20th Ter. 3 BR. 2 bath. Member m.t. a. eleentlr
L&lno Jr. High ,
advancement. Good starting sal- LAKE Place for sale call FR 2- Fla. rm. Inside utii. rm. Elec. INSPECT this conveniently 121* W. Univ. Av. 312.3 ASSOCIATE Scl. lhpplng
Iry. If Interested. contact R. H. 4414 after S '.m. located 3 bedroom bath AIR. &
built In O. and R. Air cond. $SO Associates:
ON Gunter.376-3705 days 372-3694 or nights HANDSOME permanent home on Mo. $21M equity. Will accept CONDITIONED section Taste home fully In decorated N. W. Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge W. H. BUCKHANNAM Churches.YOUNG

for appointment.I in the best offer. 376-4715. Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE beautiful Lake Serena living room with fireplace. Separate
Melrose area. Immaculate three 4 BR, 2 bath with cent heat L Dining room. Excelle n t Charlie Mayo Jim Greene COMING I !
-Help Mate or; Ferns!. bedroom, two bath residence and air cond. 4123 NW 15th St. FR financing Only 21000. Call AMERICA
EARN TO DRIVEl Special attention other excellent masonry build- I .
I lot In 3744117.
4-782. Also beautiful ,
Easy W'Y' nervoua Driving SChOOL or elderly.FR EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES lake Ings frontage over three means hundred plenty feet of of _Cwynn Oaks. I i HOMES

FiNE _2-7002. Lie by State of Fla. STENOGRAPHERS room for several families. The OWNER offers nearly new 4 BR REDFRANKS.REALESTATEClaude : VILLGE 4 _
SECY'S full $. part-time M. "Red" Franks. Realtor .
price Is most reasonable at $25- home with all luxury features Nv7 34th & 7th Avenue
d SOCIAL NOTICESTRY 800KKEEPERSACCOUNTANTS 508. Call Klrkpatrick Agency fR In walking distance of new elementary Myrtle Lassiter Associate
$404.. 31 N. Main St. school. $31,500. 52t NW W. E. "BUI" Harris Associate Phone 372-7070
CLERK-TYPISTS Slth St. FR63549.ANGLEW000 7 N. e. 1st St. Phone 376C$17Nites
ly Dex-A-Dlet). New name, YOUNG MEN. degrees Bus. River at .Rock Bluff. Call 374- by owner. 3 BR 2 176-292 New Listing

CARS! same formula only M cents. Canovas Adm., Law Engineering. 4160. bath Price $17,800. WOO down. COMFORTABLESUBURBAN 4 bedroom, 2V4 bath SEE NOW
recently com
Drug Store, 37 N. Main 25-35 Salaries Call 372-2727. GREEN
St. open WATERFRONT Lots on large plated Colonial inspired. Exclusively
607 NW 1 19th Ave.This
Personnel Center LAW professor moving. spacious LIVING designed for the Young .
lake. Terms. Call 475-5811.\ bedroom. 1V, baths attic Executive. I bedroom and
study. bath
{ "GET JUSTICE WITH VILLAGEGREEN attractive 3 BR. 2 bath Ocala _
3 2 bath, living -
.. 102 NW 2nd Avenue DESIRABLE lake property 106 fan built in drawers vanity and aEDItOMs ro.flmi separate fro main living area block home will appeal to the
t JUSTISS"As Call 372-6377 for $W month. Negotiate ro kltct with which for
f appointment feet on lake with shell house. storage. may study or family wanting dif-
Public Defender for the tth 0-12A.M. 2-4 P.M. Mon. thru FrL Contact Mrs. McCall 750 Mick- I equity. FR 4-2775. 1062 N.E. 14th heating, fenced coitionln. and Located den with prefmlshed che r r y ferent. Built In ele sthin. Fireplace
Judicial Circuit Court. The people Ave. paneled walls. Ideal location and
ler Rd.. Jacksonville, Fie. 32211. In LR. room.
WANTED BOOKKEEPER. on quiet dead end street
want lustice. R. G. JUSTISS. must be seen to appreciate all
FOR SALE by owner. 3 BR, 2 outside city limits at 3M5 N. W. Cent. heat fenced yard. Priced
Gainesville, lawyer is best OFFICE MANAGER living the extras. Ol $22, 0000. C VILLAGE at only $17,500. Good terms.
will GIVE LAKEFRONT bath home with carpeted 36th Stret. Take advantage of suIt Fordyca Associates,
I qualified. JUSTISS Capable and qualified to earn $400 rm., air cond. a. central this buy since owner ln. 3669 NW 16th Ave.You
his talents and to defend
lJ energy or more or do not apply. 40 hour HOME NEARMELROSE heat fenced In yard open Is town. $17,000. Phone 376-12 .
counsal.JUSTISS leavi
ttte with
poor NEEDS no legal votes and week. Write Box 401-A, Gaines- house Sunday. 1029 NW 36th Dr. GREEN wi simply love this Brand
yule Sun.BARTENDER. Ph. 3724M2. Cypress BR. 2 bath on a
money to be elected. The people I MY LOSS YOUR hal
acre lot. Yard a _ _
NEED Justiss. WILL YOU tell wanted male or fe- FHA House for sale NE sectionat I 1 BR. 1 bath. GIN gardens type of view. Year VILLAGE landscaped. Iprlge a. Ilr.coltlonec. .
your friends, end send small male. Apply In person to Hotel appraisal value' of $10,000. : law. home b e eutlful I rn
I sum with nome and address to Thomas 615 NE 2nd St. between 308 feet .frontage on Lake Rosa $300 down payment, low monthly shrubs, and shade trees. grounds Lake Santa Fe front. HW fr.,Elec.family Kit
YOU'LLBE R. G. Justiss. 11 W. Univ. Ave hours of $ a.m. and 1 p.m. or nearly four acres. payments. 3 BR, 1 bam, carport down monthly payment payments assume of $87.total age, boathouse dock, wS. GREEN r. dbl. carrt.

And GET Justice with Justiss. 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. 4 BR 2 baths large screened large storage. Call after Close to Shs. In LlttlewoodAree. air ciilng. drer financing.fo &35.G
':00 P.M. FR 64774. describe
", Paid Adv. Exp. secretaries salary open porch on 2 sides of house. modern 3 Tth Avenue. Wrl CIRt Due to Illness 316 NE 44th StreetOnly
ATTENTIONI Cashier-host, attractive kitchen oil furnace, concrete NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR., 2 FR 2-75'. tra beau. VILLAGE
!j Nick's Shoe Repair & Hat Shop. White housekeeper $25 wk. block. bath Central heat, central air 3 BR., one bath, CCB home In N. scrifc.Fordyca now a.Aoiates 1300 d and $44 per month
40t W. Univ. Will close May 15th Bookkeeper salary open cond. Northwest. $19,000. call E. Central heat air 126,00.0., Col will buy very neat 3 BR, 1 _
te Sept- Pick-up all repair work. Exp. Waitress salary & comm. 3 car garage with equipped utility 316-2927. er, storage room, citi In 37&12 GREEN baitS home on paved str. HWfor.
Exp. mechanics room & servant's room and scre pa Fenced yard. buy
/ COMFORTABLE LIVING 3 bedrooms tio, landscaped .
IN Store trainee hi scM. 6-5"
grad. bath. heat, DuplexMoney
II PHARMACY Off. trainee hi schl. grad. and 2 baths central Pool VILLAGE 510,0
screened porch and family Swimming In the bank will be
114 Central Plaza Tree surgeon, foreman $2 hr. kennel with 2 houses yours
Large dog room. Ideal neighborhood near Nice NE section near old with this wonderful bargain. Income
(next to Wlnn-Dlxle) Auto salesman, Exp.Short -
l> concrete floor workshop.Live schools and shopping, 411 N.W. fashion family home.s.large nets
For prescriptions cosmetics order grill man approximately $50.00 GREEN UNIVERSIT
/ I.D.U DRUGSTORE insurance trainee, $100 wk. mimosas 34th Drive $15,500. rooms 4 Bit, 2 baths. kitchen. a month. Good Mortgage, low,
oaks, magnolias
I/ SHOPPINGIN Route salesman Levy Co. azaleas camellias gardenias Ralph Realtor pantries dining rm. living rm., taxes. Cell today. FOe .Associates

8 Baly Sitters. Child Care CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. oranges etc. Sprinkler system. FOSSEY study sleeping porches, Ire Inc, 37&1 VILLAGE
120 SE let Ave. 11 W. University Ave. Ph 376-1359 ed porches, 3 fireplaces Ittl 1115 N. Main SL Ph. 372-4351
Phone 3744234 Florida Since 104" fenced and landscaped yard .
For sale by owner er your broker. "Selling S Bedrooms W. M. Munro. Realtor
TINY TOT and Sunday 500. Mortgage 1120 ,
TEACHERS Open Saturday OWNER transferred. 3 BR house
The recent Brltannica-Comp ton 10-J. Phone Melrose Granite 52f4l VA financed 2 yr*. old. $800 372.3 galore this home. FIVE and even S. E. McLaughlin Frank Rob

;. PLAY SCHOOL: merger has created 3 new managerial after April 27th write Box equity. Take up payments of $(2 to spread a Florida out room In. Under Is available VILLAGE Roy McCann T. e Douglas
positions in Florida withF. 406-M Gainesville Sun. per me. will take soo cash .. II.GOO
Visit us and see for yourself. E. Compton Co. These positions note for $300. Ph. 3723243. PARRISH se cell today for more ir.
34 SE eth St. FR 4-7104. start at $10.000. Full training LOT on Cooper Lake. Price $ *. mation. Consl Fordcyo > FURNITURE
pro Terms. $20 down. $11 monthly. MORE FOR THE MONEY this 3 sedates In 37'12 GREEN
gram win be given this to
awaits summer
PLANNED program your
Phone FR 4-0141. lg. BR 2 bath panelled LR
: JACK those who qualify. For a personal UPHOLSTERYFor
pre-school youngster at attached HW PRESENTSCHARMING
Interview write full Information FOR SALE garage
NORTH Music programs, educational on background and experience to HOUSE en Inland Waterway at floors. Well. Lg. fenced corner FORDYCEASSOCIATES I For quality workmanship
lot. Near Stephen/ Foster. $14-
film-strips. 7:45-5:15 Mon.-FrU (Warren BumS) General Sales bargain. Cottage two blocks
Manager F. E. Compton Co., 1000 furnished. 500. $450 d.p. FR 2-U51. CONTEMPORARY- 372.6142
1331 S.W. 13th: St. FR 4-300. from ocean, $4.000 GREEN
North Dearborn Street Chicago 10 Reasonably priced lots en' ocean N.E. 3 BR., 2 baths. LR. DR Fam. ; Four lr 2 bath home e INC. GAINESVILLE
Child Care In my home. Fenced illinois. and Inland Waterway. See rm. kitchen. irtU. rm carport. tale I Gwynn Oaks. Large Real Estate Exchangers
yard. Reasonable rates. G I Sdreferences. Wayne Brown at Verb A. Pope central air-cond. It heat fireplace living wi wall to wall Multiple Realtors VILLAGE UPHOLSTERY
Phone 372-371X NEWIERRY Wanted'carrier Agency Branch Office. Cres- bookcases patio (enclosed and brick fireplace, Grace S. Lsti Broker : ISM N.W. 1JU St.

CENTRAL for morning paper route in the cent Beach, St. Augustine. Ph.t2fl91. ), fence lawn pump, trees.fIow.rs. carp dining room family Dudley Associate Free EstImates-PieR *, aM _
town of FR 24431
KIDDIE KORTChild Gainesville.Newberry. Call Open Saturdays and etc Antenna near room-large screened patio Hlrve Glen Associate GREEN I letlvery.FUN _
care center FR 2-4647 Sundays, or call Main Office swim pool. FR 23093.FUN whl Is nice for family living aento.
HELP turn your spar. time Into St. Augustine. $2-t061. entertainment. Built-in kit 9' 36-12 -
RELIABLE sitter wishes to care money. No soliciting or deliver VERLE A. POPE AGENCYP. chen. Call for en appointment ---

for Infants or mU children In ing. Adust| your own working O. Box 31* IN see this lovely home. IN THE
her home. Reasonable Cal| FR hrs. For appointment call. St. Augustine. Fla.
ON SILVER LAKE THE SUN Ideal 4 bedro 2 bath home

CANVASSERS 4 BR. study living room. all with located Mls Manor on

Employment EXPERIENCED in meeting the wall-to-wall carpeting d nlng OPEN HOUSE 26NE23ri quiet street and walking distance
room 3 tiled bath home. Large te Elementary end Junior Hi9hS.
and sales field essentiaLNo
public porch with breezeway. utility Blvd. and Large living room lov
er high pressure
H FEMALE HELP WANTEDBEAUT" canvassers need apply. Good room home and la located 2 car on garage.a private This kic overlooking__4 *e-!large for
clean records and bondable. 15th Street b
lake. 2 miles north of Interleche play area entertainment.
and liberal
DEMONSTRATORS Drawing Price $30.000. heal and condition
on Hwy. 315. 372-1551 Central ar
S Construction
commissions. Call U $ -
Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating $5.000 down with terms. Phone ing. Shown by appointment
Co. FR 44213 for ap14 -
famous Studio Girt FR 4048.KEYSTONE. only.
_-. California ranch modern offers SUN
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time.
Phone 374-4334 after .. CLUB ESTATESCB. loads of living at very reasonable READY FOR A HOT SUMMER? FLORIDA
MARKETPLACE I -Salc$ Help Wanted LR-DR comb. w-slidmg doorsto monthly payments. Indoor You can be in this lovely 3 I NORTHCENTRAL
NEED MONEY-Earn $2 per hour. screened patio. 2 BR. tile and outdoor living and dining 2 bath home located
representing CORT COSMETICS bath carport utility rm., ter. area with fenced U patio. 3- bedro Holly Forest. Living

opening for ladies In Gainesville REAL. ESTATE SALESMANHugh razze floors. central type heat bedroom wHH feet upon cubic room with to watt carpet BOATS & MOTORS
and Alachua County. For interview golf course and Lake Geneva feet of dosed space. 2 Luxurious end old bei wil fireplace. Family lOA & MOTORS i OUTDOOR RECREATION _
write Cort 40 SW 27tt St.. Edwards !ne. Gainesville's privileges. $1X500.: Owner will papered baths flton luminous room and (every llull kitchen. 1

Gainesville\ Flaw er call 374-: largest builder. has opening fornew finance. ceilings glass shower en- Central heat and condi. WHO WOULD LIKE THE 7. 24" GRILLS
i 1131 after S PJM."SARAH salesman. Excellent earning MARINER LAKE closures. WOW what a I'I rn. wooded lot HUNTER Fiberglass Plywood fai boats. Moeo-sprr AND MOTOR
COVENTRY" opportunity for above average Unusual design. Furn. Cyprus kitchen. Easy .. deon custom M'Y.* with tov Iy Boat FRANK 12 $4* I' $10.**
m.,. Mr. Dormant sales manag home. custom built furniture. formica cabinets. Built in GE I swimming pool and shuffleboard tn D THE TAK lOX 'GOOD YEAR SERVICE
UNDER new management. OpenIngs -I LR with. fireplace dining area oven and hood. Double Heart SORES
I 'I for fashion directors. Part 372-1551. unique kitchen 2 a R. bam lg. sink. Central heat available with cour.NEAR CHARGE Check Ori n N m3
time or full time. For appointment screened porch overlooking 100 or without air conditioning. : THE Three I FR 21" .
call 373-704 EXECUTIVE salesman to represent ft. lake frontage deep lot. sand Spacious corner lot. Many ex 2 UNIVERSIT. home. :

FORi WANTED salad' maker, apply .. large national organisa beactw dear wafer convenient tras. br b"room t FRANK PHILPTS SAVE $355 en 15 ft. Lone Star I List of Classifications choose
tel Thomas mornings or ... tion. Age 25-50. Send resume te .. Gainesville. $12750. Less separate dining room wi"frea.I SPORT Fiberglass runabout wi Hurricane t
.1 Thomas White 3410 Beach Blvd.Jacksonville. for cash. Home of Hunter Fiberglass trailer and h.,. from
nings. No phone call*. SIt per mo. VA or FHA Includes separate study away from family
FU. LAKE SANTA fE everything. $500 down FHA lot. Immediate Fishing aNtS elect starting Johnson I
PLANNING A VACATION? AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN (2). EastsWe? Wes.slde? Homes Includes closing. $100 down VA activity. Large w. ...... ..............
Start earning for that, trip Immediately. Real opportunity for experienced on both sides from $12. 00. Includes dosing. :. -Where Quality Sells Itself Skiing SwlmmlRg-Dhrlng.
We train you to becomean aggressive men. Automobile I PAVED ROADS University BAIRDS MINE, CENE
NEW\ Representative. CaH condition. OPENING SOONI s Flshinc equipment.
Avon excellent 20 NW. 14th Ave.
i Furn. home
furnished excellent work plan.Apply Acre AM lees t* be one I
Burns at F R 2-0421. lake privileges Hugh Edwards Inc. a DEAL
Mrs. hi person to Ben M e a- 3 BR almost 2 acres. and have beautiful tH Call FR 301 O FR H FISHING Items
win finance. skiff, barrentfne
$1400. Owner 12 n. plywood
COOKEXPERIENCE dews Shaw & Keeter Ford, 231 "North Central Florida's Largest tor full mformetwn.
Thru FrL J-4 Sat. trailer, 144 fV h.p. JehMcft
W. untv t
Ave Developer by far. M 1.
Getting Equipment.
helpful but HOntceftsary. t
ACRES 7* Motor. (471. lee checkMfe'S
Will trek As M to Approx. 21 miles from Galne- FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW sectton. A,
4$. Pleasant working conditions. II Schools & Instruction yule, beautiful 35 acres to pas 3 bedroom I tile. baths M.M. I Tennis Equipment.
AND Kitchen closes t p.m. Apply a toAA' ture. 351 pecan trees pear a. bwUt-in" appliances double car.sewer. MINE CEE

':38 enty. Carmaneilis maimmoft tree eaka. gee' .- ....... tIIrMt. taivieded .. oil Baseball Equipment.
704 W. Univ. Ave. MEN AND WOMEN WANTEDTO stand of pine and creek. Well Small down payment.
TRAIN FOR 3 car Days phone 373-3(14. After 4 PARRISHAND Where t Fish. _
machine eperat.class built brick' home gara Sun Wont Ads! SWIMMING POOLS
NCR posting 3400. previous machine CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS ... ReasoiwWe. PJA. 3744774. # .
experiences r4Ulree\ soRts per LAKE LOTS SHADED By Pines. 3 Bedroom. many more.
withterrr ,1
Fe. Serena Listing "
USED week. Good working condttlons.Contact We prepare Men and Women Geneva.. Santa Masonry house parquet floors. Mb lip en Graham BE CAREFREE
Personnel Office Ala Ages Florida room and screened H
1S-J5 He experience nece Parrlsh
1 Gardennire
chua General HospltaL sary. Grammar rtiool education WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD porch. J-Car carport. Utility Clr St. TeL Get Results Enjoy a aft* *heamW THB
Broker lot. SlJJOf. Includes First m.w; can p I
wanted. Christian usually sufficient. Permanentlobs. i Reg. Real E-tate room. Larva NI Service ATE
HOUSEKEEPER woman. Mus No ..,." .. Short hours. 1 3 miles N. e* Melrose Hwy. 21 range refrigerate and air con Mise& MentWy cleaning
mWdle-ege 1 475-mt ditloner. 1114 N. W. 13m Avenue. :\ DIREcTORY
High pay. Advancement. Sen service.
love children. light house eep- ROOT LEAKING? uV
CARS Live I*. Small ....,,. 374- name home address phone F2-2763. l FA 3-SM3 4-064 3-3171
Ing. between ee.nx.fct .. '*- number and time home Writ 35 Houses far Sale FOR SALE BY OWNER, specious SUN PEAKING?

:; 22 I Marcel Co. lax 381-A. c/e Gaines 3 BR. 3 bam Fla. Rm, data ,! There Is no substitute forquality
: If, MEED white, female tecMCiMt vileSuis. -- to schooL Uttlewood Estates. service. CallGAiNESVILLE ad in the

':" ,S L atte ... do, some Sunday"work"ettriftg.reouVe itCH & worn. it to U to train' fw-, 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath. home Take separate advantage $24.506. Reasonable down payment ROOFING I MR. MERCHANT: To place your
:1f.t ;- Klflht dining room. tat, NW 37th Ter. FREE ESTIMATES

1. t I. aM *$ud OppVtwnity Y caNt te tor take estrameneV. Mont Examinations CIVIL SERVICE fir information move l of have owners apeclou having. -*-te.. ___ .. GUARANTIED SHINGLES I Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-41
.eslrMo $0514 tit dl-I send Kama, eddreaa S. Phone ...,' .. wardrobes In new' home area ; i OMs. Fwrefthe*. 3 led.I U YEAR Hawthorne Rd. _
", yen X.RIY Lake- Key Training Service. 112 W .mong young executives. $lt4dlie. ,. 1 I 1 rooms. 114 S. W. 13H St. Near 'j 2233 S E.

reiory'to fen Myers. f.... Adams $t.. Jacksonville. gOO. FR 244* University Phone 37444
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35 Homes for' Sole! I 35 Houses for Sale 43 Colored Property 45 Furnished Apts.

Norwood i E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN

BY OWNER. attractive 4 BR 2 S75 VO.
HOME TRADEOPPORTUNITY bath, lovely yard planted in 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. 1.I Month to month rental er lease to rsiW JR.
pines *. azaleas. Air cond, cent. SE ills Ave. Some no down pay suit tenant-I bedroomfurnished j Hope"H" I Romtt Lots Income Bos
TIME IS NOW. Heat db. Util! rm & swim club men?. Some small down pay.m.n Apt. availaote at 1204 NW 23rd mess ud Lake Property
membership. Walking distanceto !. Monthly payment $57 to Blvd. Ph. FR 4-J47J- Wese- Inc.
WILL trade several homes in Palm Farms and Acreage
:fe Hoard Bishop. Main
Metca Realty1113 N. St.
$45. Also homes built on man
your "
View Estates for homes in the I 2832 NE 11th Ter. Ph FR 4-2349. lot for no down payment. I We Trade Homesor i E. -CURLV KUEHX, Jr.C3 .
16-12.000 price range. Visit Sales It no answer FR 25547. Call TOMMY RIDGELL 2 BR furnished apt., living rm < N. MAIN ST.
I Office Comer NW 39th Terrace I Property FR '-:031 Broker IR6544
I Builder Phone FR 2-4125 dining rm.. kitchen, private g 1115 NW 40th Drive
Do You Have A and 16th Ave."Builders.or tall FR bath Adults anly. Married 3 Br. 2 Bath
Room, ApartmentOr Butler Bros. 2-545.1 McKINNEYGREEN couple or 2 or 3 sober male' 5 -
$42.50 per month. 2 BR I 44 Cottages for Rent students. No pets. $100 per We must sacrifice this The following are ready for 5 -
Nice yard. dead-end street. 2222 { month. Apr. 20 through August r -Our inventory j is too occupancy.
House to Rent? SE 10th Ave. FR 2-4492. I Can be seen at 414 NE 2nd St WATCH FOR
DEATON Ph. FR 6-7212. much-We will toke I
I 203 N.W. 9th Terrace one bedroom i I 3707 N.W. 21st PI. IMPORTANT

PERFECT FOR FAMILY furnished cottage. Couple only I I DUPLEX 1 BR near Univ. 328' $850 for our equity. 4-BR. 2 bath. $700 down. 5 ANNOUNCEMENTCooperative
I I __S5I a month. Phone FR 6-41U. I NW Ufh St. Avail May 1 or You assume $17.000 $107 mo. apartments to
REMEMBER rental COSTS WITH AN IN-LAW 31 sooner. S81 Call 374-5190 Approximate mortgage. be built in Gainesville For
vacancy FOR RENT. week or month. I
1216 N.E. 17th Ave. information call FR 6-2921
NEARLY new 3 bedroom, 2 bath I Northwest room cottage on Lake Lilly. '' 3 NICELY furnished apt for rent. Hurry to take advantage i -
home has one bedroom separ. Melrose, Sleeps 4 adults. Plenty 1-1 BR apt. 2-2 BR pts. 503 of this. 3 BR,o.1 bath $350 dn, U9 I or write:
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit lie from the others. Perfectfor I Four B. R. 3 bath HOME -bath two-2 of shade on dock, white sand NE 4th Ave. ; per P. O. Box 13956
In-law or teenager. Beautiful bedrooms with private beach. $60 per week. Utilities I Gainesville, Flo.
Large cor- 2 Furnished apts S55 & $40 Phone Ii
enclosed -
car garage
1442 NE 16th PI.J .
natural finish cabinets in kitchen included. Phone GR 5-2631.
Excellent FHA terms. rr lot near University. Call 3721623 or 3723794. 1115 NE 5th St. BR m bath, $400 down. University Park
$15000 with only $600 down Includes FR. 23411.Southwest. 2 BR trailer with large cabana.No NICE clean 2 BR apt. with private 3Br.2BathOur tft per mo.
closing. 2103 N. E. Uth pets. 3037 SW Archer Rd. bath L entrance. Water fur Loss Your Gain Apts.

Terr. 372-1551 FR 2.5632.SMALL nished, near campus. 1113 NN -Our 4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI.
C inventory must
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU home-Large furnished cottage and I 2nd Ave. Contact FR 2-0139. ,511 & 4608 Sf 2nd PI. !
HUGH EDWARDS. INC. Three B R. 2 bath trailer for rent. Ideal for work be lowered We will -i-
I I landscaped lot with under ing couple. Moore's Trailer Court. 4 ROOMS. steam heated duplex. take $850 for our 3 BR. 1 bam V5CO dn. $6! -
EXCLUSIVE NEIGHBORHOOD r--"*4 sprinkler system. See at I: nicely located. Call FR 4-5821 or equity I
per mo.
EVERY DAY until it is rented 2330 E. Univ. 3744144. McCOY'SMacoma
__ You assume $13,600
NW SECTION S13 S. E. 11th Place and call vsppointment I I see at 422 NE 1st St. ___ II i '
: LR 3 BR 2 baths double carport, j jFla 'I to see. FR. 2' TRAILERS FOR RENT I NICE downstairs apt., close in. : (Approx > mortgage 303 SE 33th St.304&3I4St39thSt.. Homes I
Rm., a large screened 3617. I OR SALE I I unities & antenna furn. Ideal Hurry! We must sell ,
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS porch fireplace covered entry :i TRAVEL Trailer and mobile home 5
: for working 531 SE 2nd '
person. Inc.For
I now 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn. $44 .
garden central heat air cond., : set up on nice location with i
An PI. Ph. FR 22582.NICE
!! Easy Way
complete built.in kitchen. Near. bana room patio patio ca'I'! IJIUmIWWI/HIUnmWUIIDlIIIIJlUIUIWI3; / per mo == Sale I very attractive 9-
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day ly new. Owner leaving town. ; to own a 3 B. R. 1 bath home InN I roo'. 3630 to $1500 or rent large quiet cool, first floor IIBHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! bedroom. l-bath: home. 4517E
Price $32.000. Call FR 20954 to W. area Only $400.00 down $40 to $60, including lot rental. furnished apartment Good residential 6 ALL OUR HOMES ARE University Ave> walking
get directions. 1 payment and $88,00 a month. Oh.Kay Trailer Court. FR '- section. Convenient to g OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY The following are under construction I distance to Lake Forest
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day For details and Inspection call 3322. stores and bus lines. With I n SEEING ANYTIME IF and will be ready Schools. Price 12500. $500
Two 2
FOR SALE in Citra Fla I distance of No for occupancy soon.
FR. 23417. square. 5 YOU WILL JUST CALL. month.
down and $79.50
BR homes. nice and clean. Cash WELL FURNISHED HOUSE per
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day I price $2500 for both. Wired and : ASSOCIATESJ. I TRAILERS FOR RENT OR children Phone FR or 4-5B44 pets. $45 monthly. j 5 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR 3224 NW 29th Ave. Call Gerald or V. Q McCoy
.sheet rocked. Call Mrs. James L. SALE. See ad under Mobile t 4-5301 or FR 4-7989 Jr. Day FR e-7290. nights FR
Butterworth I!
4722258 Fred Guy Jayne MCE: efficiency. 2 Beds. Screened 1 BR, 2 bath $750 dn. $193 6-5015. Office corner N. Main
$60 per mo ... . $2.00 per day Bowdom in Newberry I' Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire I Court.Homes FR Class 63322.77. Oh-Kay Trailer front porch. Open back EIKtrl- i DIlIl1WJ11WnJC1lUJllllIDDlIUwndlll'.llWll1lFOR! : per mo and 23rd BtvdNEW .
:$ -
FOR SALE 4 BR house living Multiple Listing tally run. $45 month. 8& NW. -x----

$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day room.well.dining two room large kitchenette lots In La-, Class 42 bot. _31st Ave. FR 2-0779. i i RENT 3236 NW 29th Ave. -----
deep Cross phone 4421359. $99.5'PER I 45 Furnished Apts. LARGE front apt near bus line : us :3 BR. 2 bath 1700 dn. "' i! JL

$70 per mo. . $233 per day located only 1 mile ACRE(closest point) & stores.Phone Private 374-5805 entrance $15 g 124SE7thSt.3BRIBath. per mOo HOMES
;i from city limits of Gainesville. I PRIVATE. newly painted. Closein. Year Lease $100 per Mo. 3301 & 3311 I
intersection 3 rooms and bath. Hot and 42', 1 bedroom Trailer. Student
$2.50 day 2 miles highway frontage at I'
$75 I
mo. . per
per NW
of NE 39th Avenue cold water furnished. Off Street couples only. Includes water & 30th Ave.
and Orange Heights Roads. 1200 i parking. Ne pets. 15 S. W. 2nd garbage. Air Cond. Close to Univ. I 4 BR, 2 bath $650 dn, $91 j WALTER

$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day COUNTRY home near Gainesville; acres must be sold In. block. I Place. $75. Phone FR 25112.AIRCONDITIONED j i !I Norwood per mo. .

immaculate condition. pleasant Will consider forming a groupif 2 BR. furnished apartment. No trailer with STUBBS,

$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day surroundings. Yours with orange interest lustifiei. Ph. FR 4- I pets. 311 S. E.
o trees in rear yard with V acre 2 72. : Phone FR 4-8941. I town and campus. $60 FR 2-2914. NW 30th Ave. 55 I INC.

I for $14000, or 2'a acres for 105 ACRES I & 2 BR, 1 blk from campus 3 ROOM furnished apartment. Private : I ,Hope 3 BR, 2 bath $600 dn. $ti
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day I' $18000, or l2'/ acres for i iI' located 14 ml. from Sante Fe air condo optional $74 $101 per bath Ut floor. Rent $SS. permo.
$22500 The house has three I t 2.7 acre tobacco allotment apx.Vj rno. Call McKinney Green Inc. Phone FR 25435. I "H" Inc. J321 N W. 16th AVE.

$95 per mo. . .. .' $3.16 per day I' bedrooms and one mort bath. in very good truck farmland 372-3417. : 3330 & 3320
Owners will carry LARGE 2 bedroom furnished apt
balance in woods 0 I dlouse We Trade Homes
NW Ave. PHONE 376-5394
gage.SPACIOUS with 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & Conveniently located 2 blocks
I sheds. Price $14,750
$100 per mo. . '$3.33 per day and lovely' residence terms. Ph. FR 42472. clean. For married couples on- from downtown. Suitable for 2 I or Property 3 B R, 1 bath $*50 dn $''.51
available for June occupancy. Warner W. Weseman-Realtor ly. Adults no pets. Rent reasonable to 4 students $80 month. Call. per mo. usllv
Beautiful hardwood floors, pine 1113 N. MAIN ST. Call 37-7W. FR 4-3070 i lltJlllll1lllJlllllmmmmummnnllllmllllJlllJl! = = =nll=LTJmnmnn1nIn1uunerus i "We Trade Houses"
panelling three large bedrooms HOME TO YOURSELVESAIR I
two tiled baths spacious COOLED. modern 45' trailer -.J
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE 38 Real rst t. Wanted .
entertaining area. Pricedat 2 BR Ig. refrigerator, plus I x
$24500 and already con- IS' cabana. No pets. Swimming 1fa.vf. UItln t ?

AIR CONDITIONED nected to city for sewers.the summer WANT TO BUY pool. Inquire 15 SW 2nd PI. I qOlL tcLti9:

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS weather that is almost here. 2 or 3 bedroom home with COMFORTABLE and private 1 BR ,
trailer. Responsible I students or WHAT'SBACK
I 1800 square feet of well arranged family room and 2 baths. Kitchen -
working adults. No pets or children. -
decorated living
must be equipped Central
$48 per me. Phone 372
area; two car enclosed garage heat preferred. Must be priced 9838.
and such a convenient right with reasonable down pay. I I
location for less than $22.000 ment. Write to Box 345-A I LARGE 3 room apartment. Private '

35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sale 00. Gainesville Sun. 66.t2.entrance and bath. Phone FR 6- f ,-

WOULD like to assume mortgage : I ,
on 3 or 4 BR house in Finley LARGE upper Apt. Close to center |I ,f- of the

NEW LISTING FORMAL living room separate Member Multiple Listing! area. Write P. 0. Box 13872, of town. Reasonable, good : '. ", .,
from. '
Univ. Stat. Gainesville. condition. $100 U J. Mo-
dining rnx. built-in kitchen 31 N. Main Phone FR 21404 per mo F..l-
3 BR 2 bath. central heating ,i ratto 2505 NW. 4m St. FR 2, t- .
and air conditioning fireplacekit. witit pantry. carpeted Fla. rm. ASSOCIATES YOUNG EXECUTIVE would like I v,11 GROWINGDEMAND
and hall 3 BR. 2 full tiled baths. Irene Bunnell 4957. '
equipped, 2200 ft. living Floye Mathiasen to assume mortgage on 3 bedroom I
area. 723 NW 19th St.sq.FR 2071 located in quiet neighborhood in 'A. W. Reece Capt., USN. Ret.. 2 bath In N. W. section. 1 BR. furnished apt.. water fur- lI
SW section. Call 3722371. bedroom, Prefer Llttlewood area. Monthly nished. 4123 NW 12th Tedr., $60 : :
FOR SALE CCB house. 3
SAVE work and expenses In 4 Bedroom, 3 full baths In Libby bath kitchen. living Rm, dining payments. to $150 per mo per mo. Call 376-2441 or 374-2930 ,{p J
this Ideal NW location. fenced Heights. This home has over 2.-I Rm. For price call owner 372- Write box 405-A Gainesville Sun ask for Mr. Haynes. i I ,'
stating address phone and
& landscaped draperies.
300 sq. ft. of living space air FURNISHED Apartment for rent f
ww carpets. 3 BR, IV bath conditioned dishwasher and 5573.WEST price with living Rm., bedroom tile I.
horn Big kitchen with pantry bath, air-cond. 1, 2 bedr I < for
many other extras If you need tiled 0 0 m.
t separate dining rm. HW 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR. 2 39 Out .f Town
plenty of living area check this Apt. FR 29569.EAST i : >f
feers By owner S15.00. 71* bath wall-to-wall carpeting central .
NW Uth 'La ?. Ph. FR 237M._ one. Will consider trade For information heating built in kitchen '. .,
call THE JAMES CO. Includes dishwasher. Located enlarge 'i4,{
ACRES OF land. 2 bedroom t BUTLERBROS.
HOUSE for sale. air condition wooded lot. with circle
5 i
house other buildings, 3 mi'esnorth
ed. 3 BR, 1 bath Ig. living Rm, of Kingsbury Homes. Phone drive, Orig. cost $20000, balance of Starke GARDENAPARTMENTS .
Rt. 301.
drapes, wall t. wall carpeting 37 -2527. nights 472701._ $17380. Equity $400 payments on Ph. 'i' .
64 5934 < Low
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take .... .. ..,...,. .
Ig. wooded tot Wl down mcl. taxes and Ins. $143 per :: = '-
3 Bedrooms n* bath built In kitchen "
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up payments. 725 N. E. 7th Ave. mo Phone :3729172. ; .
3740148 after .s lI.m. on 'a well shaded lot. Minimum 40 Business Properties $57 per month up L.t-- -
down payment. FHA low ) AND 4 Bedroom homes. On Gainesville's Finest p
HOUSE FOR sale in Keystone monthly payments This home Acre lots. Go out NW 14th Ave- JtatA-fo ttliivt.
Heights. Ha 3 BR. 2 baths. 1 has strIp hardwood floors Forinformation I I\U. te 43rd st. intersection, turn INCOME SPECIAL: 10 apt. units; Furnished or unfurnished Onlq a lfflL't.. acm HOMES?
acre lot' will sacrifice..Appraise call THE JAMESto. right. go approximately 1 mile beautiful condition and location.A Lovely 1 end 2 bedroom apart
at $11000. wiltjMll .for* $K,90., 'OF GAINESVILLE, INC. s.. sign wi left. good living above payments ment. 30 NE th St. Phone 374- VLfliOtf4t UJOA 1 kduttaL I
Call 374-1148 GeiosavUs.4ftt.4p.m. I' Bu3d>t ,.::: f;: KInesbury- :Homes.: :T. ZETROUER.. BUILDER after reasonable down payf $608.TWO. I ]iwt'( a ..aiL t -finiA j

_. a.. j l_PtIaA&.3fl..2524. i4iobts 3-740t. .FR -3648: ASK ARCH CAMPBELL, bedroom furnished apt Locationand
REALTOR.. Phone 374-S70T ANYTIME --I near Univ. aV AlachuA General rosd }1 lU.dwood. lOow ciWt 100 l1o..u hOVf
Hospital. Ph. FR 6-7955, Gainesyule

42 Farms tr Acreage I Box or 365.write St. Augustine.R.!T. Stroud P. O. kit 'ttat h m,. vWd "dI 't hWt1tq ilr : i

I SERVICES :S large rooms 1st floor. private f n.mto li\/ Kf.f : 1I0U
FORDYCE ACREAGE bath adults 708 E. Univ. Ave. ) w 'lrAt... ih:: t.llmq) fast! QualityWhen

:348 acres at $145.00. Over 160 acres $4S efficiency. private bath <. en I Ktixsi tat in tt\s iliiteiu. with I
of permanent pasture fenced and trance Also furnished room VA'nndliLA It Comes To
water available truly beautiful with light, hot *. cold water in zaJtt

I Home And Business land. Small parcel available un- best part of City. $35. 321 N.E. t U1OiCitt9. LOCATION
eer $4.000.00. Approximately 20 3rd St.Efficiency.

acres. apt.. water furnished
Exceptional acreage perfect for $35 per mo. 3505 N.W. 17th St. Open Daily Phone & QUALITYWe
BulldozingSMALL PAINTING cutting into small tracts only Call McKinney Green Inc. FR 2- Hugh Edwards Inc.
I $39500 an acre. Over 100 acres 3417 9 a.m.-Dork 3721551jIighland
Free available. Call or consult & St. Have Only
WANTED painting es I and 2 bedroom furnished apartments N.E. 16th Ave. 15th
bulldozer I loader, dump timates. No lob too small. Work FORDYCE'ASSOCIATES some air conditioned _
trucks fill dirt i lime rock. Top I guaranteed Phone FR 25630 Summer rates near Universityand I If THE CREAM
soil. Phone 3727844. INC. Medical Center. 914 S. W.
Plumbing 924 W. Univ. 374-1234 lilt Ave. Phone FR 6-3442 or FR f
BULLDOZERS & Dragline Backhoe '
wheel tractors. motor 160 acre farm with all equipment Court Manor I
grader. Free estimates. W. G. SEWER INSTALLEDNEW Half mile paved road frontage. Very clean. nicely furnished 1 bed-
Buck) Johnson FR 4-6219. ; room apartment. Tile bath. US
& vsed fixtures. complete -.4
plumbing service "BIG" JIM Good farms and acreage listings. 733 SE. 5th Ave. FR 64644 or lIeu the swim elub community
Heavy duty equipment digging Gainesville Plumb. FR 2-9569 Mr or Mrs. Thomas.
clearing, dragline bulldozer. Old HUGULEY.. CaN Ben Griffin! Associate
Ing FR 2-15OT div. student I
reliable firm. Phone Melrose GRAD. or upper engr. -
wanted to share 2 BR a-c;
4754403.Concrete GLADYS SMITH Realtor
RemodelingNEED duplex at 125 NE 8th Ave. f
1228 W. University 3725393 $50 me. Marvin Moss 6-2345 or t

BEAUTIFUL building site for the Univ. 2986. I

A NEW Florida room carport family that wants to be outsidethe FIVE room furnished apt. clean
patio screened-in porch. city limits. Almost 5 acres & comfortable water turn. $75
I etc.? Call now and get It done large pines. good soil. Convenient Adults
per me. only no pets. PALM VIEW
CONCRETE; finishing. Walks, for the summer months. Call location. Call J. W. Kirk pi trick Can be seen at 225 SW 2nd St..
drives patios slabs and shuffleboard 3728049 after s PM. for free Agency. FR 2-8404. 31 N. Main. Phone 376-4037. I ESTATESNW
etc. expertly done. Esti estimates. LOS I
TRANCOS WOODS 2 BR well turn. 1st floor 39th Terr. &
mates. Call 372-3884 anytime.
%.4 ACRE wooded tracts west of j
BUILDING remodeling painting
Quiet. near campus. Air cond.
block and cement work. Good Gainesville. $345 downtotal Accept-3 mature quiet responsi- NW 16th Ave.
Cosmetics work Good prices. Phone 41172 **- price $1820 Drive west on New- ble persons. 3766494AIRCONDITIONED .
berry Road turn right on SR $16,000 to $20,950FERN
Ma. 241 and watcH for sign on apartment 1
the right or call anytime for bedroom and patio with ccok- ,
Air Conditioning POSITIONS open for ladies In UpholsteryUPHOLSTER map to. be mailed. out tear Medical Center and I .
Gainesville I surrounding areas. _Univ. Call FR 2-3481 or 4-4340. II r J
For details call or write to Mrs. : 81 ACRES. Southwest and dose to It I WOOD
Johnnie .Turner Nat'I. Disf. Di- your furniture at ton, $225 an acre. 1 BR. U26', NW Ctrt St, $65 per t
MART BALL" Air conditioning.Hot rector f Vivana Woodard Cosmetics reasonable prices. Call Sally. Raipn Realtor mo. Call McKinney-Green Inc. I MANOR
( Air-Hot water heating and Experienced FR 4-98SB
phone 7"1481 or 424 N. FR 2-3617.
refrigeration. Ph. 372-1685. U Main Sf.FIRE 11 W. University P05 EXve. Ph. 374-1359 NW 39th St. &
Years Experience. 3 Bedroom Apartment. Fur- I
I "Selting Florida Since 1904"
SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS 13th PI.
nished. Call 372-6755, : I

Appliance Repair Cr EXTINGUISHERS ACREAGE SMALL. clean efficiency. Lights I I $12,250 $16,000
I do sewing of all! l'tIt acres 200 under cultivation, II
and hot 4The
water furnished. $45 I
Air Conditioning kinds & Dressmaking. Mrs. W. fenced and cross fenced, 90 acres month. Summer student I
FLORIDA FIRE C. Asbell. 3436 NW. ITtb Terrace pasture. 80 corn plaited, 3 acres ferred. Phone FR t-5824. pre
EXTINGUISHER CO. 3720455.ALTERATIONS. tobacco allotment bal. in pert.
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP Sales and ServiceAll pasture water. N.W. of Gaines- NEWLY decorated 1 BR apt. Ladies "WESTMORLAND

First hi air conditioning and Ap- types of Fire ExtinguishersPick a I s oft e women'Sclothing. buttonholes. yule, equipment tractor. good or couples preferred. Across If I
pliaxce repairs. PR 6-0167. up and delivery service heNs & dressmaking. Call financing good road. Call from Adm. bldg. 303 SW 13th St. ESTATES

C R. Thomas Ph. 37619W 372-8891. MARY MOELLER, REALTOR 2 Bedroom furnished trailer. a x I Addition No. 1
Appraisal Service Gainesville Fla. 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 45', swimming pooL Call :372- Monticello
1367 evenings. I II II NW 39th Dr., 6-
Sewing Machine Repair II ACRE tract. high and dry. all f
FRED S. ARNOLD Mortgage BrokerFHA wooded 10 miles West of town. NW 8th Ave.

REAL ESTATE REALTOR APPRAISAL CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER Call$300 R.per F.acre Glaeser with anytime.easy terms. EYES RIGHT! Now Open For Your InspectionDon't $20,000 to $30,000All
VICE CO. itS W. University
Ave 376-1075. We repair all See real dream living In Shadow
151, W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 8723522 and conventional at lowest MafcM Work fully guaranteed fit NW 13th St. FR 4-4441 Lawn Estates. Models Open. '

current rates. Terms to 25 FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE F. D. Oliver. Bldr.Ph foil to see this popular model this
Auto Equipment years. Will gladly discuss at no Tires RURAL PROPERTIES FR 1-Uit Services
Alignment City
obligation Call, tomorrow. I West en NW 39tft Ave past week. Over 1600 square feet of enclosed
J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor Broke Service ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTORU.s. the Glee Springs Intersec
HYDRAULIC exchanged JACKS Reoair rebuilt kits for<. :31 N. Main St. Pt%. FR 24494 Hwy. 441 Micanopy. Fla. l I ,..... See sign e* left. space with four bedrooms two baths, and a

Walker Jack. Factory authorized FRED B. ARNOLD VACATION SPECIALON P+S. 444-3120 Florida Monthly Payment
paneled room gives your family plenty
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Service Agent HULL'S BRAKE FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS "a..k famous tires nationally. known Mo- I of Spacious From $74.38
SERVICE SUPPLY 1314 S. Save UB to room to grow living room and
,.u CR 7-lan, J219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 373-3521 Sffs on new tires. See cur new I
__! wrap around retread that gives separate dining room too. Inspect this big
MORTGAGE MONEY. more mileage I traction. Lattiner -

Auto Glass IS 5tt ears.per cent .interest. Term te Tire Co. 433 N Main St. SUBDIVISION I one with colonial styling now Min Dowii-FHA

AUTO GLASS Is enry bud- Call Monticello Located at N.E. 31st Ave. and 15th St. Nothing YA

ness.. Immediate Installation $2S NW TS St. PIFit J-2511 I !
free pickup 4 delivery. Add Dan Byrd WINDOWS cleaned noon cleaned
and waxed, house
beauty &. yaw.'CIUo. car. washed. 10 FOR SALE
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA I.S. experience Free estimates
and conventional loans. Low Phone FR I-S95J. SALES OFFICE
_323: NW tth !"t. FR 4-2SM !
rates. Terms te 25 years. I2MVi
Urlv Av*. 373.5393.: : NW 39th Terr. 6-
Auto Pointing I Office Located

',FORDYCE Conventional and and Associates FX.A. loans Inc Sun Want Ads FR 60848S At NE 23rd Btvd.[ NW 16th Ave.

AUTO painting Irt.*i, luiic tp with low rates end long term Tel. FR 2.9545 or
$45, plus parts; brakes reined loans our &M=tattv. Qu d:, cour- I' Terrace Nights and
sis.t5 plus pan: auto waxing I teots. confidential service. Call i I I BUILDERS and DEVELOPERS Phone 372-3471 Holidays.
$1lf5.All work qoarantetd" 376-1236 or come by 916 West Get Results FR 6-9048 -
MILLER & SONS University Avenue. Grace For-
132 NW First SL PIm- 0w... Realtor. I
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I.48 Hoascs for Rtftf Unfurn., 64 H8.*h.Iaf. G.... 66 MII For 5.,*. ;,. I 73 Musical Mercnanrffit 77 'Mebil!* Horn*! for Sal.TRAILER I.

T-Ad APPLIANCES 1 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 77 Mobil Homes far SaltMOBILE

2 BR hows. If. living rm.. dining Tested and Guaranteed FOREIGN stamp collection. Low PRACTICE PIANO $35. Call for sale in Clynweod
Rnw a> separate utchen. 614 42 Refrlferators from $3* price. Call fR 1-4424 after 6 .,.m. FR 61785. I trailer park, lot i'. .I Bft. with HOME for rent. 45x? 7
I I NW 22nd Avs.CalI 374-150. t Ranges" from S3* tIp lip USED Chain Saws {50 up. New 9 : 15 Cabarta, price _',200. Call 55 x. 10"TV mobile antenna.home.air .conditioner excellentbuy. lUger mo. Call 376-0097.

l i 2 BEDROOM CB. Kitchen equipped 17 Washers from II* lip 4 Pip saws U*. S. We repair ORGAN SALE 4627.. covered patio. See or calL FOR SALE Newberry Trail r
a Dryers from *n all chain saws & lawn Of Christmas LIft evtrs. AH Park, one mile north on 41. 4'i
I except for Refrig. Space up mowers. Only 3 left at CtOJ Lot I. 2720 SW Archer .Rd. FR
_1 heater. cedar lined closets. Carport 2 Food-Freezers from m Up Chain saw rentals. McCullecn new organs. Savings vp. to 38 I PRICES acres. $50 down monthly pay-
I N. w. location. Convenient 2 Dishwashers from...? up Wisconsin and .riggs. Stratton per cent. Earl's Piano Co. SAVE t* $140 ._tnents $"". See Ore K. a...
1 i *. TV Sets from dealer.' Florida Saw Co. FR 702 W. Un... Ave. :372-223 BANK FINANCING
t* Schools. S7 month. Ph. 933 up ___ NEw Two
I per JIM VOYLES 4-3411. 10 wide mebll homes 62448.WYATTi bedroom muse trailer J900
I I 374-4360, afttr 5:30. 41* NW tth Ave.Ph.APPLIANCE CO. Town ai Country Trailer Sale : one bedroom house trailer S750.
!I i FOR RENT or saw 3 BR. 2 bath 372-5303 CLOSE OUT SALEOn 75 Airplane Sales-Rental 3tiO S.W. Archer Rd. FR 2.22tO. 1 ,", Can be rented. Phone 3768234Menday
1 1 i USED APPLIANCES : to Friday to S.
central Call Wallpaper.
heat built-In stove. RANGES sic a Rot!
I : 405-3111 after 3 p.m.AVAIL. FROM 13'-1. HARPER PAINT CO. LOOK S20Wfl FEDERAL Trailer SalesHome
I Refrigerators from $" *.*. QUALITY HOMES
I ,| I May 2nd *30 NE 10th wP from S3*.*5. -10 S.W. Ttti_St. 172-4344 PIPER PA. 22"IDT* h.p. Cleanest Cars
I I Ave. Spacious 2 BR, diningrnw i SERVICE WHAT WE SELL REMINGTON Colt. Super Custom Model 2250 I 4120 NW 13th St. 441 South of
Ig. Fla. Rm.. cent. heat.S0 THE VARIETY STORE Inch ga. pump. 3D total aircraft time, full blind Inst. Gainesville 37J-5ii3 Pacemaker Mobile Homes
barrel In The
1 per ma. Ph. 374-OU4. 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR kit. shells and full choke.Like cleaning panel, VhFOmnl radio, auxiliary Hours a ta .. Sunday 11 to 7 Shasta and Airstream
i case. nw fuel tank. This 2 place side by Travel Trailer*
3 BR house at 1311 NE 14tn Terr. 4-344. _condition. $71. 372-8268. side sports aircraft crUses 105 Service I* a must with us. Ocala's First Mobile Home CountrySPECI.4L
I Stove & refrigerator. $115 p e r f PIECE Dining room Suite Odd IF SOMEONE In your family la m.pJi. above the heat & traffic. 1)62 2 BR Pacemaker 10 x 45' Dealer Since 14
: mo. Phone FR "2412. Weseman pieces of BR. & living Rm. fur hard of hearing. encourage him to Can be financed M down 24 mobile home with f x 40 awn 123 Silver Springs Blv* "
Realty. niture. Mrs. W. F. Shephard. nioy the benefits of a hearing ltd. months or longer on baL Call ing. Phone 372-1437 between 2.34 Phone 2-13St
3 BR. t bath 530 N. E. *th 3042N. W. 14th Terrace. GAINESVILLE HEARINGAID FR 2-4351 Cassets-tn- TheAir, and a P oM. Ocala Fla. j
St. site a mO.. available M.yIth. 34.. TAPPAN gas range. Like new CO. I nc.. Municipal A I r p o rt. Ken 60 VOLKSWAGEN

Call McKinney Green. Inc. broiler has never been used. Cal .__424 N. Main St. FR 6-00fs. Murray._ _ _ -
FR 2-3417. FR 2-3504. STUDENTS PILOTS AND : Convertible. A-I throughOut. -
I nlshed modern 4 Rm. house. See 6' Misc. For Sal. Phone "DanFR 6-0267 NOTICE .
FrL Sat. or Sun. Directions mIdway _.A-1_ HANDYMAN SHOP YOU Buy -we teach you to fly $945
Melrose .. Keystone. SRD BEAUTIFUL, colorful mounted FREE. 15f Piacl Tripacer I
: : 21 turn at white Presbyterian sailfish. "'2"'. By AI Pfleguer ; SINGER FEATHERWEIGHT 150 HP. 4 H. wing-130 56 OLDSMOBILE
church to Lake follow *!gn M Miami Fla. Only Slii. The Tackle S7 per month. Balance $48. m.pJu-Cruls* aircraft. 1005
ml. J. M. Williams. Box. 1490 Hawthorne Rd. 'li W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-1075 total time 100 hrs. sjn.o.h.Hrs.1 1964 RAMBLERThe Holiday 4-door hardtop,

3 BEDROOM, i bath. Immediate NEW 1964 PRACTICE PIANO., good condi. on LF.engine.radio.V.H.P.Marker omml Beacon. autom tle. radio, heater,
occupancy. Mar Unlv. and Fin- Automatic Zg! Zags drop. In tten $100. Call 441U17 after 7:30wwarMhap ceiver, full blind flight. re-I white walls. 2-tone paint.
\tf school. Call FR 2-4U4. or cams for fancy stitches buttonholes 11m. panel a clean beautiful Clean.
FR 2-1S25. a:p liques, monograms LOW ** walnut ta- craft can be bought on the time Lowest-Priced American-Built
etc. S54 Easy terms. Sewing Ste $10 table lamp almost brand payment plan with 1-3 down & 3 car. $545
49 Rooms For Rent Machine Service Co. SIS W. Unlv new, $3. gold scatter rug 11 yrs. on b... ....'".00. Call FR i
Ave. Ph. 374-107S. CIII 'R 6-5660.- 2-4351.. Cawels-ln-The-Alr_ I Inc4 Delivered Ridgway Motor Co. for 59 PLYMOUTH
wumicip AirporT, Gainesville,,
2 FLOOR length evening gowns TWIN size maple/ bed
ROOMS foe men. Weekly maid each worn once. Green sue *. and springs also vanity mattress table Fl... Ken Murray. Savoy. 2. door V-8,
service, linens end refrigerator orlg. SAG whit siz 11. erlfi.US and chair. Phone M J-42M. 4 Place Aeronca 15 AC New paint only: I itraight stick. Real good
furnished. 372-11W or 372-181 SM each. Call 372-7341. -AUTOMATIC new fabric new Interior. 45 hr. condition.
414 NE 2nd Ave. 7" x 3f Custom buIlt,; book house* old but washer works well.Wej$40. SMOH. hangered. Mark 11.S3i100. .
SINGLE or double room In large cau Adlustabla shelves" 100. Bathlnttalike new 110. Coses Call FR 2-3543 after $595
cod: rooming house. 2 blocksOtt Hotpolnt' Chest type deep freezer May pen 12. U6-4811. 530 P.M.
campus. Kitchen living Rm. in excellent cond. SIM. Phone
& maid service. Call FR 2-2724. 372-0115 or see at 1110 N.E. 3rd BABY SHOE Metolizing Set Automotive $175300 i 59 CHEVROLETImpala

NICE Urge room. private entrance St. Coll FR 67952. 4-door, hardtop,
close-in. Ph. 374-0264 or IV* ton COLD SPOT lr-condition- red and white, red In.
372-8B5J. .r. SIM or best offer FR 4-3875. SCHWINN 3 speed 24" boys bike terior. Radio
S28 Clemson push mower $10. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale power
_ Large room with private bath WESTINGHOUSEVacuum Tore II" reel self propelled PLUS TAX. TAG & TITLE steering, power brakes.
and entrance. and refrigerator. mower 128. call FR -530. Power glyde, white w lIs.
Near Howard Johnson's Restau Cost $ *.*$ new. Now VARIOUS household SPECIAL THIS WEEK
rant. Week or month. FR 2-4847 $35. Like Items. Stove Trade-in Allowance Like new.
new. bed. sm. elec appliances, chair 10x50 MobIle horn and 50xTB9 Top
ROOMS for rent, private entrance/ GUARANTEEDKIRBY tricycle baby bed. stroller and lot $5,071. 1 mile S. of Paines $1195
maid service $32.50 singles S4J SALES a. SERVICE Others. 372-9 soo. Prairie. All State Mobile Homes.
for doubles. Males only. 115 N.W. 712 N. Main FR 6-7110 or 6-1117. FR 4-3052. Easiest Possible Terms. :

10th St. FR 2-9222. STRAWBERRIES 70 Baati-Marina GREAT LAKES 15, 45x4 al r- 55 FORD
f ATTRACTIVE room with privat 25 cents per quart..you pick them. Etiip.I6 conditioned mobile home good Vt ton pick up. New tog,
entrance. In quiet modem home. Hayes Farms Brooktr Fia.MAN'S cond. Call to SM 372-5227 after I new tires.
Kitchen privileges. Ideal for U ofF diamond ring. Csrat6.. REGAL LANiER Cabin Crulsw 5:30 p.m. Your New Rambler is
FR 2-7113. and trailer.
points. Will definitely sell below Phone 2-548. 40MODELS $245
3 BLOCKS from campus low summer wholesale. 710 NE 5th Terr. 21-ft. Inboard boat. Marine engine.
rates. Cheaper by the tri REFRIGERATOR WestInghouse, Completely refInished fiberglass Waiting for You at : :
mester. For appointment to see bottom. Like new. Will trade car Raulerson
call 372-0481. 150 good condition SS5. Call FR mailer ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE
or boat. Can be seen at I I
4-742 After 6
".m. Ralyn'i Service Station In Cedar FROM LOWEST PRICES
HAVE room for two co-op student
3rd Trimester. Phone FOR SALE 4 x a utility trailer Key. Phone 2441. priced for SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. i Motors
FR 44314 after S p.m. excellent condition. Nylon tires quick sl* ,at S1.195. TRAILER MARTHwy. Ridgway Motors
; lightS. $125. Phone 372-447 after U' 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD
Crosby boatwi
PRIVATE room with private bath 5:30 P.M. .M Fiberglass 17. Phone 328-1050
a. entrance. Avail. May 1st. If Hp Evlnrud motor. trailer. OPEN WEEKDAYS
interested call FR 2.3976. KEEP carpet cleaning problems all In excellent condition. Good 372-5285
.m.ll-u. Blue Lustre wall to buy at S1100. May be UNTIL 9
seen at p.m.
1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 Horn
323 N.W. 14th St. optional air- wall. Rent electric shimpooer Gator Marine. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 I of A.1 Used Car
conditioned. single turn. room $1. McOanlell! Furniture Co. CARS-TRUCKS.JUPSSPECIAL
; share Utilities house FR 4-8J65.S40 a mo. plus _Gainesville Shopping Center. Bottom flberglassed.plywood Trailer.boat. ___ .____ u __ ___I
SINGER AUTO ZIG ZAG 25 H. P. Motor. and Ski Equip
A NICELY furnished room convenient Crop-In cams. for decorative designs men S2SO.OO 374-i90 after ':00
to town .. Unlv. Phone buttonholes, monograms P.M.. or anytime weekends.
I It I FR 4-581. S SW 10th St. sew on buttons. etc. $7.00 per EVINRUDE fast twin. IS hp. Bring !
mo. Balance S48. *15 W. Univ.
$150 end take It with
Room Men, double or single. you.
Separate from main house.2434V Ave Phone 376-1075. Guaranteed. 710 N.E. 5tn/ Ter VOLUMESALE
$!| N.W. 2nd Avenue. Phone COINS out of the building busi race.
FR -79'". Shown by *ppolntment. ness. Will sell all kinds and 14' TURNER Craft with top a, 35
sizes of door for Vt prlc. Also h..... .Iac.! start long shaft Evln-
door lock and hinges. Various rude Lark, tilt trailer
102 NW 13th St. Men Women compasw
light and fixtures
l room and apts. near campus also Jalousies and awnings win- anchor. life running preserver lights, fire new ext.battry. .. 1964 IMPALA COUPE
day, week month. FR 4-237 or
dows and various types of mould
2 4-gal. tanks. Good condition.
FR 61082.NICE ing. FR 6-064S between 10 A.M. S700. FR a-7445.
Quiet bedroom for rent. and 4 P.M.
Businessman or nice sober stu 14 MOHAWK. with top. two 35 $277725
dent. JOS per mo. 414 NC 2nd NEW Gibson electric guitar and HP Evlnrude Electric starter,
St. FR 4-7212. amplifier $ *. Call after t p.m. Seminole trailer. $75. '1714 N.E.
3721570. *th Terr.
CLEAN quiet corner room forman ---t, -

entrance.In private Off street horn parking Outside BRAND NEW 72 Office Equipment I DELIVERED

= space. Summer rates. FR 2-3118. 1944 UNIVERSAL ZIG ZAG.
downstairs close makes button holes appliques GAINESVILLE'S largest volume office I IN
NICE rooms
fancy stitches sews on buttons supply dealer Chesnur I I
in. private entrance off-street
parking. 531 SE 2nd FL Ph. FR etc. Only $86 or S6.50 per mo. Office Equipment Co. Invites you GAINESVILLE"See
S15 W. Univ. Ave. 374-1075. Free to come In and shop, or call for
H delivery within 35 miles. free delivery. Chesnuf Office
ROOMS available with private or Equipment Co. 106 W. Unlv. the man in the Derby"Includes
aemi-prlvit bath In nearest off US .30 cal. Ml carbine, new condition A In Downtown I
__ !! Gainesville.For
"" with 30 rd of hunting I
housing to The center of
campus University. FR 4-3012. ____ammo. $75. Call FR 2-2it. sale ] used Sunstrands $IS

; BLOCKS from University. 10 ADMIRAL auto-defrost refrigerator Burroughs and S75 also$55. Adding I. full machines keyboard all standard Impata Equipment I..
in condition. $50.
11 Large air-conditioned apartmentfor good electric. Call 376-dies.
2; also smaller room for 1. Phone FR 2-6657. I UNIVERSITYCHEVROLET
: : CIII FR 2-C80 105 N. W. 7thT.I' THE best cost less. H you' heat 73 MUIlcel Merchandise i .
C water electrically. Find out how
to replace It and get cash divi
LARGE cool. divided room. 12 x REPOSSESSED: Janssen mahogany -
dends. Call Fuilgas. Your Phll- -
Bj 22. private entrance t shower. spinet piano. Built-in music
: Quiet residential area. Ideal gas Distributor. Phone 374-5392. light. Take up. payments no ,
*)& for couple or 2 students. Utilities AUTOMATIC Kenmore washer down payment. Gainesville Mu I GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST VOLUME DEALER _ _
lit a. linens Included. Phone 2-311 good condition. $35. Phone ater sic Phone Center 1025 W. Unlv. Ave. OPEN 8 A.M. TIL 9 N. MAIN & 16th AVC. PH. FR -7581
) or 2-803. 4 p.m. FR 2-546. 3725421.SPINET

LARGE. new. furnished room COMPLETE set Metric hand tools Piano used. Mahogany
II with private bath S. entrance for Import car owners &V mech finish with matching bench $35.
1 alsa private drive prefer mid- anics. Alt famous brands. priced Gridley Music Co. FR 2-5353. "
I'I I. aie-age business lady. Call below mechanic net price. k== -
372-4948. .Phone 376-CM6.

bath entrance. and 20 Cu. Ft. Deluxe chest type freezer. -
parking. Nicely furnished. Newrefrlger.tor. Excellent working condition.
>> 1SU N. E. 7th St. 376-4147.Reasonable. Phone FR 2-0341 or [1UNDREDSOFSDUR1NG

> LARGE clean room. close In.
I r.. Dairy maid service. Reasonable. AIR CONDITIONER. 14,000 BTUKelvlnator.
I; Phone FR 6-1423. 622 N. E. 2nd New $240. Used only
St.NICE. 4 months. $150. 220 volt. Call

quiet room. telephone and 372-1958.
if carport or kitchen privileges. S10 STUDENT LEAVING. 6 mos. old
weekly. FR 6-1961. auto. washer $125. also like
new sewing machine $58. Seeat SHAW *
51-A Wanted T. Rent 253-T Flavet III or 374-17.

ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna
Double stack complete. Nothing -
WANTED unfurnished house outside
of city limits. Call between else, to buy 15. rents. "FORD TOWN"
513 N.W. Sth Avenue.
8:00 AM. and 4:00 P.M. FR

WANTED 4-2877. nice. clean efficiency FOR SEEING rebuilt IS washing BELIEVING machines airconditioners. KEETER's
dishwashers refrigerators
apartment. Must be willing to
accept small dog. Write Box 404- and for appliance
I A. Gainesville Sun. repairs call Dan at FR 6-C247.
$ PHYSICIAN'S family of 3 desires 3 First In appliance repairs._
bedroom 2 bath unfurnished DEMONSTRATOR SALE!
home. Phone FR 2-3021. COWLING'S UPHOLSTERY _
Chairs low as St. No money
down, Iowa. $5 per month.
52 Boarders Wanted Free estimates pickup. and delivery
teed. Phone service.376-77S6.All work guaran OVER 250 NEW Cr USED CARS TO CHOOSE FROM

ROOM and board for girls. Private _
bath use of washing ma NOW you can enjoy cooking with
chine. 625 N.E. 1st Street. Phone gas. Gas range. used. Installed "ALL ROADS LEAD TO FORDTOWN"I
FR 6-4063. FREE with our LP I'*. $65
complete. Propane tP Gas
sw Archer Road. Phone FR *-
I 54 ...aJ.*** hush 511$. u -

SIMMONS Mattress box springs -
space for rent. 41) S.W. and frame $65. Nylon 44 automatic Jwd3
2nd St. Call John MerrIll. R.*.- 22 rifle with 4-X scope
tor. FR 21494. <5X Whit 25 gallon gas hot water _
. AIR CONDITIONED neater $35. Phone FR 2-6037. IthrnIAJckKDP... ''ll IPraitsI&MeTrOse HJtIED
new modem office tit 1& ,
location at 3733 West Unlv. Ave. NcwbertyGA1NESV1U .
Ph. FR 4-2472, Wesemwi Realty. -
I 1113 N, Main St.MALL 2 _
Warehouse for rent. Call Hawthorns
i Dan Byrd 372-2511.

SPACE for rent. 626 N.
Main St. Phone 376-1480 if no I II ?vcccnopy

answer 372-1821 I ______ Archer
x 40 CCB warehouse with restroom #
drive-In door parking. excellent __.l
location. 523 W. Unlv.
Ave. In rear. $75 per m.a.a.
Ph. 376-1204 or 3744XS.
Building. &ooa Sq. Ft, .
office apace. Just completed .
Realtor. 101* W. Unnr. Ave. PX4U471.
MW If ] lXfr<
BUILDINGS to Rent er Lease 1 'tO

Call 4755811. Up

modern air conditioned e* BRAND NEW Self
lice spec Individual rooms.

and Furnished Larg Sercetarlal or or small unfurnished.service separate optIonaL Phone units. 131 % 1964 FALCON /7 Brakes

Off street parking. $5$ to $200 (\tA 6,000-mile Oil
per month. Call Lee Jackson. :!!!! =
FR 4-6461 anytime. Ernest Tew Save Money Nowon -- -.- S --'f'-4-' Change
these Trade-ins

56 Business Opportunities 'ii -l. 36,000-mile

62 Comet. 4-dr. $1495 -. Lubrication -
A GOOD grocery store. low over- p-
"lid.011 have small down -
payment and good collateral or 61 Comet. 4-dr. $11'5' r -I I Oil Filter
credit see me quick. I've pot to C
Air Cleaner
sell nowl Ph. FR 4-7231. After t .
7 PJIW and an day lull. Call Q iii---
FR 2-0641. 62 Comet. 4-dr. $14)5 -

Ave. for lease. Opportunity -
tar the right man to get In 61 Comet. 4dr. $1195
tw bowling alley' business witS 1789 .
a small amount of capitaL Can SPECIAL .

Mr.FR 4-2641 Haynes.or FR 4-23. Ask for 61 Comet wagon $1295 : -. : ,

61 Wanted to Bur
-- 61 Comet. 2-dr. $1095

priced reasonable and hi good _
working condition. Call 3724441 60 Centet 4-dr. $1045 I


BUY and sell an kinds of furnlture -
I stoves refrigerators. 41 Fatcee 4-4r. ... $993
domes radios, TV. etc. Cad J

: FR FENCE 2-307. WANTED 42 FatCM 2-dr. ...,- .. S13S i "Satisfied Customers Our Most Important .Asset"SHAW _

Itnfc preferred. Redwood acceptable. 41 Fakes. 4dm$993 -
I will move It. Phon i---
I FR 4-fltS after 5 FR 6-1"'. r rte MOTOR
I Maui Mara *f an makes sod

64 Household Co*** I aaaeei rtnete freak I iI and KEETER COMPANY :

VINATORS. New 'utomsltcwashers CraneLincoln
from si J*.H. I
New Refrigerators from S15SJS.
New Freezers from S13*.'S. OPEN 'TIL 9 p.m. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY .

WE New SERVICE Icemaker refrig.WHAT from WE S27-S.SELL 516 S. -MeJai Mercury$t. f 238 WEST UNIVERSITY' AVENUE PHONE FR 6-537J L

7 S.E. 1st Avenue I
FJt 4-J484 n '

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85 Automobiles for Sal

t I 1957 fair condition, sun roof. 1959 sedan CLASSIC$395. 710 RAMBLER N.E. 5th Terrace.4 door I. 1 1I 1I I
No !
.MOREAUTOMOBILE 0 I, 466-341 radio p.m.VW. :. and mornings healer,or$450.after call 7:00 EXTRA clean, 4 Dr.1954, mechanical Ford V... FordOmatlc A-l.-I I: Down Payment

$295. FR 64383. .
'63 Mlcr-Bus. deluxe model,
I radio heater, curtains low mileage SURPLUS cars from Owner. New NO
very 'clean. Split front Saab. G. T. 850. 1 fire engine I before
complete. 1 King 21 months YOURfirsl
seat. Price 2195. Melton Motors, o Phone 475-5811.new Midgett. DOWN PAYMENT
o. 703 N. Main St. FR 6-757
FOR SALE 1960 Fiat good condition 1
.. .. ADS ONPRECEDING VOLKSWAGEN 1960 Clean good. $400. 1941 Chevy. Excellent 59 CHEV.,
I mechanical 372-5520 between condition.5 & extras.Call 7 p.m.I condition. $100. or best offer. See Impala 2-dr. . $8 wk. Payment is due. (July 2 1964)These )
'.. at 930 N. E. 12th Ave. or call 57 CHEV. 2-dr. sed. $5 wk. ,
1960 4-door V-a Savoy Plymouth FR 22926.
-v heater stick shift. 900. See at 57 DODGE 4-dr.,
;i! 1106.N.E. 9th Ave. or call FR 2- NO DOWN CONDITION PAYMENT EXCELLENT PS. PB ... ... .. $8 wk. cars are completely reconditioned. Some have new paint jobs,
16.461951 FORD V-8, 1955 $6.50 per Wk. 57 FORD. some have brand new tires. Every one of them is ready to go!
Volkswagen .......,.... $745 OLDS 88 .....0 2 Or. HT. 1956. wagon 8', clean $7 wk.
1954 Ford Wagon ........... $245 w
Farmall Cub ................ $845 MERCURY- $700...per. 4 Wk.Dr., HT, 1957. 57 DeSOTO
PAGE'I FLORIDA MOTOR & EQUIP. CO. $8.08 per Wk. coupe, clean ... $8 wk. MONTHLY
I 502 S. Main St. FORD V-8 ...... .Club Sed. 1956 56 CHRYSLER.. A/C STOCK YEAR MAKE
1960 OLDSMOBILE Sports Coupe $8 00 per Wk. like new ... $8 wit. NO. PAYMENT
.., .9.
auto trans, r & h. ps..nicep good 0 1956. 56 FORD. 2-dr., .
$7.00 per Wk.
Phone 3723019.
buy. FORD .. 6 CyL wagon 1957, I -.e new .. ...... $7 wit. 59-A 60 FALCON, 2dr. $48.00
( 77 Mobil. Homes for S.I.If 85 Automobiles for Sale 62 T-BIRD $508 per Wk. 60 E. FORD.
i tone blue with blue interior full PLYMOUTH$500 V-I.per Wk.4 Dr.. 1957 extra cleon .. .. $8 wk. 157-A S9 RAMBLER, 4-dr. $46.50
power including windows seat
NOW SHOWING CORVAIR. 1961 clean b4 economical ALSO 1960 Falcon Wagon $745.H .
large radio 82-A
5 white side-' 59 $53.75
1964 MOBILE HOMES radio. heater & heater factory air conditionIng & H MOTORS 1636 S.E. 3rd
If J all Floor, Call FR 27843 between Ave. 3723749. .
and 3 bedrooms. walls. $900. almost new set of white
P.M. I 138-A S9 Wagon $53.75
Plans. Terms tailored to meet 4 30 5:30 wall tires back seat speaker. ''I
your budget. Drive a little and '63, equipped I This Is a one owner car and '
CORVAIR Monza 87 Automobiles Wanter 36-B S9 OPEL2-dr. $31.00
save a lot at 25 MORE CHOOSE FROM
I with radio heater white side has 27,000 actual miles. Not a TO !
CONNOLLY wall tires. 8.000 actual miles.I scratch jon It and It's lust like BORGWARD
I Mobile Home Sales Inc. Assume payments, small equity new. $2,950 Phone owner, 372-. Wanted, 1950 thru 1954 Fords COLEMAN MOTORS I 202-A 59 $24.00
N 1 Miles North on U. S. 441 will car for 8441 ext. 26 or 376-2118 after I and Chevrolets. 916 S.E.
owerat 4tn 6-A 58 FORD 4-dr. $34.00
Phone 4224144 Call 3724441 i, 5:30 p.m. ,
eq 33. I St. AI Herndon Service Station. 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-1451

)\ IT'FOOaLISHto DODGE ext. LANCER S-5 weekdays.1961 mod-770 4 '63 air OlDS, 4 speed-JETFIRE transmission R&H, factory Turbo i BEST car. Dollar We need paid'59 for models your used and OPEN TILL 8HAWESPOWERS i 51-A 57 IMPERIAL. Loaded, nice. $46.50

Dr. s-stick, new tires. 39.000 ml. charged engine etc. New I older. Seee Bill Holder 4106 NW 33-C 57 PLYMOUTH,2-dr. $31.00
pay more. RECKLESS to $895. Mr. Baldwin. 376-4404. cond. John Pierson FR 63790. 6th St. 376-8465.
j pay less. GET THE REAL 'Ar. FORD. R
FACTS. -- Payments -as low as FORD station wagon nn WWS.auto. 134-8 57 Waqon 24.00
Thunderbird en i
( $57.29 LAKE per month GENEVA with $300 down. gine.372-8849.Excellent trans. condition. Ph. ii I 150-B 57 FORD 4dr.STUDBAK5R 24.00

Mobile Homes Sales 250-8 57 : Wagon C:24.00
Rt- 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. PLYMOUTH 1957 $600.rPhonemF I'
1960 AMERICAN X 44', 1 BR.J J7645.V-8. automatic. E U-17 55 CHEV., 2-dr. Nice. 31.00
front kitchen lot 29 Hickory 500"SALE
OLDS 1955 2 dr. sports coupe.
HilL Call
Beautiful let black finish with Lots of Other Models for Less Money!
WE BUY good white alAutomati4 arado.
side and out.
j USED MOBILE HOMESTop heater $445. See BUI Holder
dollar paid, phone 3760571. 4106 NW 6th St., 374-8445. 1964 CHEVELLE SEDAN
PONTIAC 63 air' conditioned. R Ridgway Motor Co.

78 TRUCKS FOR SALE &$2700.H, Call power FR steering 25457.8. brakes. $232525

1952 FORD pick up. Radio. heater good. $ 95 cash. Phone FR 6- 1132 South Main St. FR 2.8433
tra'ler' hitch. New tires. Phone 7503.
FR 26553. $300 Cash.
RENAULT. '58. 4-CV. 4-dr. engineIn DELIVERED
FOR SALE 1953 fora Pickup truck good condition. Needs a little
with Service Body and side brake work. $95. Call owner 0 at I IN
compartments-S3S0 FR 2-8352 anytime. .
Clayton Steam Jenny, Model
LHRM S25.0 BRING out the best In your car. GAINESVILLE"See II l
R 4 W Serv------------------ce.H. Co. Superior Auto painting & body .
Robert Rowland Owner work. Fast dependable WRIGHT'SBODY service the man in the Derby"Full "
free pickup delhwry.
WORKS 2031 NW ,th St. .
80 Tractors & Truck Rentals FR 69707.DODGEDART. foam cushion seats all vinyl door trim & bead lining. Alternator, p
cigar lighter color keyed Interiors, front & rear arm rest, full length
RENT a truck one-way anywhere
In the USA. from United Rent. SHAW and


Your car's pep & power show 372-4343 LARGEST VOLUME DEALER"
SERVICE up with a CENTER.tune-up at Guaranteed BROWN'S OPEN 8 A.M. 'TIL 9 N. MAIN & 16th AVE. PH. FR -7581 KEETER .

recapping & wheel alignment
tot N. Main. FR '64310.


i1'f i BUICK 1955, economical transpor. 1007 N. Main St. 62 FORD e $1695
tatlon. M e c h a nlcally_ perfect. Phone FR 2-6313 Sun Want Ads MOTOR CO.ENDOFMONTH
Must sacrifice for best offer. Inquire .
mornings FR 4-0132. Northcentrol Flordd'sLargest ( Galaxte 2-dr., equipped with V8 engine, power steering radio
heater air conditioning. and Cruise-O-Matic transmission. A very
CADILLAC SEDAN 1957 DeVille. Get Results attractive yellow finish. See this one novel
Loaded with everything. $550. 1804 Independent Dealer
N.W. 38th Terrace. Phone 372-0481.


TIME t Station Wagon a pretty light blue car equipped with V-8,.
FR 2-1411 i heater, automatic transmission, and power steering. Sharp

I Courtesy Of .
k h1:
University ChevroletN. i or 61 BUICK $1995 :[]

; l Main St. at 16th Ave.. e. ";.J'

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4-dr. hardtop. Fully equipped Including radio heater power..
r I IF You Don'tLike These Low, Low Prices J.

1)1) i-r BESTCARS MAKE US AN OFFER! ,r ;.: i i4dr.

/J Jr.Enooslt.foxd I: I 61 FORD $1295

I 64 Cher 64 FORD, 4-dr. Gal. 500 R&H, PS, Auto., A/C, ....$3295 sedan. Full factory equipment Including V-8 .
I $2995Impala V engine radio heater power steering Ford--Matic lt

radio?, automatic.i heater.transmission Only 64 FORD, 4-dr. Gal. 500., PS, R&H: Auto., V-8, ......$2895 tanywhere.transmission. and AIR CONDITIONING. No better price ;

a.E 64 J295 down.Ford NEW CAR 64 CHEV, 2-dr. super sports, PS, PB,. R&H, Auto, V8 $3295 i
$3395 :

E $1295 Ii engine Fastback NEW 4-m; -the-f loor. 437 63 CHEV, 4-dr. Impala, PS, Auto., R&H, V-8, clean $2595 60 FORD.$1095 )

I i I 63 Corvette $3995 63 VALIANT, 2-dr. standard transmission, R&H ....$1445 Falrfane 500. 4-dr. Crutse-O-Matic s transmiss>i, I

\ Including frcsh-oir-Keoter. After $195 dn. I I car.Drives nice, a real clean 62 VALIANT,4-dr.. stan. trans., H, 16,000 miles ..$1295 1 4 V A heater sharp, power grey steering and white, and finish.FACTORY Immaculate A*..
Time 63 Buick
CRAN Only Lesabre. loaded. Including$3300 air 62 VW, Sunroof, low mileage, clean. Ready to go! $1375 I
I. conditioning. t
MOTORCO. 62 Tempest $1795 62 CHEV, 2-dr. H-top, Impala, PS, R&H, Auto., V-8 $2295

\ 516 S. Main St. FR 6-2425 Convertible for comfortable 61 PLYMOUTH
I cool driving. 4-dr. wagon, PS, PB, R&H, Auto., $1395

62 Grand Pontiac Prix fully $2900 equipped 60 PLYMOUTH,2-dr. H-top, Auto., R&H, V-8 .$ 745 .

and ready to go. 60 CHEV,4-dr. Impala, Auto., Radio, Heater, '6' ....$1295
60 T-Bird $1895 '

tioning.Loaded, Includes air condI- 60 METRO, 2-dr. H-top, a real sharp car. See -. save $ 645 V V SAVE UP TO

Yes! It's True! Closed Sunday 59 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. Fury, PS, Auto.,. V-S, R&H a$845

t. i I Lot Open For 59 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. Crown, PS,-PB-:,-R&H. A/C, .Si 045 ;2' !
NO FLIMFLAMNO 1 1t Your Inspection i 0 ,

60 Chev $1500A 59 PONTIAC, 4-dr. Star Chief, PS, PB7R&H, A/C .$ 895 : $300 ,

t GIMMICKS! 61 really Chev clean car. 59 PONTIAC, 4-dr. Cat., wag., PS, PB, Auto., A/C $945 'r
I $1695
Impala 4-dr. Sedan, air con 60 RAMBLER $945
ditioned. SPECIAL! .
New 1964 CMC Pickups SPECIAL!
63 4-dr. Equipped with radio end heater standard transmission... A sharp polar/ whit ftolth.
Tempest .
$2195 61 SPRITE This car has comfort and economy_0_ -_ _
Less than
3.000 actual o
t miles
63 VW
air conditioned, radio Convertible
and clean and I 60 VALIANT
$175 DOWN heater. C e . C $945
I 62 Chev $2275 ready to go KomW Bus. 7.000 Miles Station Wagon. This sharp car Is finished In a 'bright red. Save yourself some money an
this one!
Red convertible. clean and $895 $1595 I
} $ ,I sharp. 60 CHEVROLET $695
Per Month 62 Rambler $1400 .
This tutone white and red beauty Is equipped with
Classic 4-dr sedan reclinIng Powerghde transmission radio and healer
Reduced this
seats for comfortaNe MECHANIC'S SPECIAL weekend only
driving standard

Including: License tag, state sales tax, life 6-cyl. transmfsslon 58 HILLMAN .......... $99 58 OLDSMOBILE . . $595
insurance and finance charges. 62 Starfire $2800 Station '
Wagon. Fully equipped Including power steering, radio heater automatic trans
Loaded, factory air conditionIng. mission, AIR CONDITIONING. A beautiful tan and brown finish. See fc Save Today

Tropical Pontiac SECOND CARS ..
62 Ford -
$1295LWB .
pickup truck, perfect 57 FORD, 4-df. V-8, standard transmission. R&H . $295 - --- -" -

CMC Truck Center condition. 55 CHEV. 2-dr. runs real good for only . . . . $195 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583 ARDENSTREIT 57 FORD. 4-dr. wagon., automatic radio heater . .'. $295 MB ON-THE-SPOT

56 OLDSMOBILE, 4-dr., automatic, radio, heater .'. . $175 i 1G 6 oON FINANCING


Can you tell which year VW is which? I. Corner& 16th N.Street Main I I Hawes-Powers Motor ,.Co.ChryslerImperialVeliontPlymouthSimco I '7k 12-MONTH

Bet your neighbors can't either.It's FR 2-0486 I II .
I 80 Cars "We Will Not Be Undersold or Out-Traded" 1b SERVICE.. PLAN

To Choose 312 N. Main St. FR 6-3400 4v LOW DOWN
pretty hard to tell a used VW from a From I t CA

new one. Particularly when its been recondi- WARRA PAYMENTS
tioned, washed, polished and put in frist-class ---- I ,

order do. ,
running as we - -

Come in and pick out the one you want. 57 FORD . . . $3454dr.
We'll tell you its age. But you don't have to Equipped with V4 engine. Custom 300 body style. Heater and FortfO-MaMc transmission
tell a soul. It'll be our secret. II 500"v SPECIAL! A real good second or first car Tutone Hue.

62 VW Sedan pearl white :\ 55 CHEVROLET . .. $245
with red interior. Beautifully 4-dr 6-cy11nder engine, transmission. Light
radio heater Powerglid green finish. Pretty'
maintained with VW Serv- 1964 MONZA COUPE

ke .. . ..... $1395 55 MERCURY $195
61 VW Sedan, Ruby red. .. p $2360,50, . . .
". Blaupunkt radio. Excellent con- I ph h, 4T ; 2-dr. Equipped with radio, heater. A real sharp light blue finish. Save yovrseif hundreds of
I dollars en this one.
4.. 3 dition and tires. New paint. t _
. . ... $1195 I .
59 VW Sedan Immaculate DELIVERED 60 T-B I RD . . . $995

condition ;, .s ...,*, $995* Hardtop. Fully equipped Including Crvbe-O-AAatlc transmission,, radio heater, power steering,
A 57 VW:SedonTCora'red.Rvdio : IN power brakes, air conditioning 5 brand sew tires. Needs some repair and you can afford to
& new paint .. .. $695.0 I GAINESVILLE do It at this prlcel
_\a 61 VW' Station wagon. 3-full :-- r- i

,:: seats... .Excellent. 0. ..condition. ... $1395 Bucket seats, an vinyl upholstery, all carpeted flocrv direct "Seethe -rnthe Derby"Includes. SHAW .KEETER
9 61 VW Pickup .. .... $995Mi1IerBro4i air neater backup lights seat belts 3, speed floor shift, body sill &
moldings, large hub caps lacquer finish electric wipers, cigar lighter.

; UNIVERSITY V V 'Your Friendly Ford Dealer Since 1924'


!;:- 1030 E. Univ. Ave, OPEN. S, A.M.. TIL- .-: 9 ._, NO- MAIN., & ICtfc AVE. PH. FR 67511't PHONE 372O5O3V :

FR 2-3582 .

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63 STUDEBAKER., 59. DODGE 4-dr. $745

'I 4-Jr. . $1995 TOO LONG! N
62 STUDEBAKER. Wagon, air ... $695 Our New Car showroom and service buildings are rapidly being completed. We are reducing I
4-",. .... .. $1295
our used car inventory and are making outstanding deals especially on those i
59PLYM.. Wagon $395
62 VW. 2-dr. ... $1395 cars that have been in stock too long. I NORTHCENTRALfLASIndependent
1t 59 FORD. 4-dr. $695 Jay BrasingtonUsed t
J .. 62 LINCOLN. Car Manager
4-Jr.. .. .. $3995 59 FORD. 4-dr. .. $395 i! *

62 FALCON.2-dr. $1395 59 CAD.. 4-dr. .. $2250 62 CADILLAC I No. C3A. Six window 62 PONTIAC No. 038A. Bonneville I I NO 1
Hardtop Sedan.. Factory Air conditioner Hardtop sedan. Radio heater auto- 11 Dealer
62 COMET. 4-dr. $1495 59 CHEV., Wagon $995 power window Gr seat. Low mileage. matic transmission power steering &
5'7. I fontana 4 tires & brakes electric windows & seat. Solid
62 COMET. 4-dr. $1495 ENG. FORD. White over rose new
t\ Cony. ... $345 good spare., Clean in excellent condi- vinyl upholstery. Beautiful condition. ANDSAVE SAVE UP TO 50%

... 61 COMET. 4-dr. $1195 tion. Reduced to ., . . $3495 Reduced $200 . . ... $2495 I
57 MGA. roadster $745

61 FALCON. 4-dr. $895 56 FORD. Wagon $295 COME SEE WHY 16 PEOPLE SELECTED A JOHN
61 FALCON. 4.dr. $995
53 HILLMAN. 62 OLDSMOBILE 98 Hardtop sedan. | 7 DAYS.
TRADED IN Impala sedan beautiful -
61 COMET. 4-dr.. $1195 Wagon.. ... $175 No. 05A. Factory air condition. Full .white & turquoise. Seat belts clear

61 COMET. Wa.. $1295 51 WILLYS. Wagon $225 power electric windows & seat. White plastic seat covers. Less than 14.000 AT 59 FORD
over light green. One of our most popular miles. In factory warranty. 140 hp, 6
61 CHIV.. 4-dr. $1395 41 CHEV.. 4-dr. $145 models. This is a real beauty. List cyl. motor heater, auto transmis- I I i Galoxie 4 door, H.T., AC., AT., PS., radio, heeater

new about $5200. Reduced $200 $2595 sion . . .. . .. . $2195'I "Real Sharp".

Crane Lincoln -Mercury I, Now $995
I 58 LINCOLN No. 0175A. Capri Hard- 60 BUICK No. P67A Invicta Hardtop I

516 S. top Coupe. White & pink, full power. sedan. Midnight Blue in excellent 'con I I

This is a very roomy car with lots of dition. Traded in by retired gentleman I MOTORS II 61 FALCON
power and comfort. It is in top condi- from Keystone Heights. This car is very y!
tion. Speedometer indicates less than smooth very'clean. Does not have power I I Ranchero pick up. Clean
$ $ $ SFSS5$ 44.000 miles. For the person wantinga steering and this is probably why it WAS $1195 SAVE $200

big. comfortable car. Reduced to $745 hasn't sold. However, it handles very 63 RAMBLER Now $995CHEVROLET

S easy. Reduced $200 . . $1195 conditioned tutomatlc Classic: 'iMstation, transmission radio heater.wagon Rial air

I sharp. Set and Save I I
Want a compact? $2095
SPRING I Station wagon, 6 passenger, V-8. AT, radio & heater
I I 60 CORVAIR No. 095B, sedan with folding rear seat, radio, heater and 4 doors.

$ $ standard shift i ..............................................eo.........eo........................... $695 63 FORDCustom | WAS $U95 SAVE $300
: SUCCESS SALE! '300' J-dr sedan Equipped Now 52395
1 with cylinder engine

t SAVE SAVE SAVE VALUE. B & G MOTOR CO.i YEAR heater.Ish.standard.Reduced$1795 Sharp transmission.to polar: white and fin- 63 CADILLACC.

On a select group
RATED G. W.Warranty. AC. PS, PB, radio and heater. Loaded
of late model Used cars! Cadillac Oldsmobile Dealer WAS $4995 SAVE $300

j 63 PONTIAC 't.. ...... $2995 Used Cars NEW CARS: 115 SE 2nd'St. . FR 6-7515 62 OLDSMOBILE. Now $4695
Catalina hardtop coupe. Automatic radio heater USED CARS:' 2001 NW 13th St. .. FR 6-7515 F-5 Attractive custom trim.A
power steering, brakes and. seats. Double clean. I good buy at only:
1-owntr low mileage. i

,S 63 'CHEVROLET ..... ... $23954dr. $ -- ---- II $1795" 57 WILLYS

heater. Sedan clean, automatic 1-owner V-t low, mileage.power steering radio H I Station Wagon; radio and heater.
WAS $595
62 CHEVROLET ....... $1895 "\ 4-dr sedan. Equipped with stan-
Impala hardtop coupe automatic radio heater, dard transmission and i air con- Now $395
power steering !owner, low mileage. 500 CAR 500 ditioning. Finished In Man :
S polar white. I
Special of the Weekend S $1595 i

Folrlcne, 500, 4 door sedan, V-8, radio, DEALERS PAY
heater. This car is just like new. FirsSoffer \ MOST
over $1250 takes it! RENAULT

...... ....... $1495 VOLUME SALE puff Dauphine.59 Brand new tires. A MORE THAN WHAT
wagon automatic, V-l engine, radio, heater I $695
j steering 1-owner, low power mileage.brakes, factory air condi JS WE SELL THEM FOR!

S2 PONTIAC ......... $1395 : I .
Tempest. 4-dr. sedan automatic radio. heater. 56 FORD4dr
owner low mileage. : Falrlane 500.NAutomatic ,59 .CADILLACFleetwood ;

S 59 FORD .... . ........ $895 /S- /J transmission, radio. and power heater.steeringbrakes Brand/ 4 HT. Fleetwood AC PS, PB, P. Seats, P. Win-
:4-dr. sedan. automatic V-l engine, factory lar con- I new tires. dows. AT.
ditioned. $695 WAS $2195 SAVE $400

Open till 9 Weekdays Now 51795

till 6 Saturday
$ .- 1-6 Sunday
Open S We intend to sell 500 and trucks in Chevrolet Sales I-dr Impala Sports coupe. Equipped
For 'your convenience. This Sunday Only cars our l and with heater.power There steering are radio 3 60 FORD

TROPICAL; Fair, or, 84 every 10 days during April and May.USED to and choose get your from.choice.Come early Ranch Wagon AT radio and heater, crean.
I |WAS $1195 SAVE $200


GMC Truck Center 58 FIAT
UP TO 25 %
302 NW 8th AYe. FR 2.25S3 car Spyder Roadster. A real nice 64 FORD

$795 Gotaxle 500, Fast Back, AT, PS, Radio and heater

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ I Men Derby See In The Hats The Sharp 62 white'CORVETTEs transmission.with Mack Inter 1-tep.* WAS $3595 Now $2995 SAVE $600

OPEN 8 AM TILL 9 PM town lor. This. Is the cleanest In 62 CHEVROLET

53 CHEVY Large Stock of One $3095 Bel-Air 2 door, "6", Std., trans., radio, heater.
2DR. HARDTOP WAS $1795 SAVE $200
Owner Trade-Ins.I
"Like New- AUTO. R&H NICE
SECOND CAR Quick & Easy Financing 63 FIAT Now 1595

Trades In Town 11W 4-dr sedan. Equipped with
$12695 Highest radio and heater.
Used Specials I I $1395 60 FORD

: Goloxle 4-dr. HT, AT, AC, radio and heater.
I WAS $1395 i SAVE $300

I i1 AA 62 CHEVROLET Now $1095
4-dr Sedan. Automatic trans.mission
I' \J
\IVfl air conditionedand radio
63 DODGE Polara v-s. 4dr.; hard- 61 BUICK 63 CORVAIRCoupe. 59 FORD heater power steering. For
Automatic 62 RAMBLERClassic this sale! only:
top. power Convertible. Cream finish. Maroon with matching Galaxta 4dr. sedan. V-l engine
Steering and brakes. Radio v.. engine automatic radio interior. Automatic, heal, 4-dr. sedan V-l engine automatic radio heat $2295 55 FORD
$2288 heater power steering. Good er. 1-owner. Extra clean. automatic power stairYq er extra clean Inside and
heater, whitewalls. Very clean. top and tires. An extra sharp and brakes heater, white eIIt. t 2 door. "6" Std. shift. New tag included.
$1726 with interior.
carl grey
SAVE $150Now
$926 WAS $295
II[ $2126 $1026 62 MERCURY
Dort Tudor. Loaded with equipment Including $145I
63 DODGE Heater $1288 I 57 BUICK 56 DeSOTO factory air conditioning. A
Station V-t. automatic sharp t-dr sedan. I
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I Mathews 'Pleads Guilty' to Complaining Lists ReasonsBy I Parking Fines Pile Up I

Gordon Bennett Browne Jr.'8 yellow line and facing traffic,
appears to be Vermont's gift netting three more tickets.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESSA paign sailed into the crucial last! At Hollywood, Fred 0. Dickinson Palm Beach said candidateswho sense or secession or both," posing to censure Burns for an to Gainesville's He forfeited all nine fines.
plea of guilty to what he ,I 10 days. i iI played up his role as pres- criticized his programs for said Karl. "The people of Flori- alleged political remark about treasury.The I I
Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland ident of the Council of 100 in tax reduction, road building and da deserve better than this kindof lawyers failed to pass by four University of Florida stu-,
said were charges by other can-I pledged if he was elected he creating the World's Fair Flor- elimination of retail price con- campaign." votes, 44-48, at a meeting of the dent from Newport, VL, recent.! Rescued, Dies
didates that.he was the chronic would 'set up a new programfor ida exhibit.He trols on milk would not get a Karl also charged that the Jacksonville Bar Association.
complainer in the Florida governor's the control of juvenile delinquency said this was "a'testimonial single vote by so doing. civil rights demonstration at the Burns was quoted as saying ly parking managed ticket to bill run in less up a thana $76 KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP-
campaign was entered by headed by former to what can be done through Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia Florida pavilion of the World's earlier this week that lawyerswere month. One of three copper prospectorslost
Sen. John Mathews of Jackson-. University of Florida quarterback free enterprise." He added that County charged that candidateswere Fair was contributed to by a "masters of deceit" He in the thickly wooded Blue
ville. Larry Liberatore. none of the other candidates "engaging in the worst lack of leadership by Gov. Farris said later that he meant the remark Browne lives at 815 NE 10th Mountains of Jamaica for eight
Said Mathews Thursday: "If Kelly said he would activate helped make plans for the exhibit -kind of politics." Bryant and Mayor Haydon against one of his oppon- Ave. here. He collected his ci- days died from hunger and ex-
complaining that a modem stateis the Florida Children's Commis- '"Those who-say it won't apply Burns .of Jacksonville. ents in the race, not to apply it tations on the University of haustion shortly after the three
shackled with a horse and sion to administer the program.The Earlier, Dickinson at West in Florida are talking non- Meanwhile, a resolution pro- to the entire legal profession. Florida campus from March 11 were rescued Thursday.The .

buggy constitution, then I .am 1963 Legislature did not Burns sought the votes of to April 13. I men, working for a Canadian
guilty. If complaining that today's abolish the commission, but it Florida's 8,000 National Guards-
his mining firm, said they ran
Six times police spotted I
road board follows com- appropriated no money for its Businesses Organizations Individuals men in a speech at Lake City. auto outside an assigned park i out of food last Friday. Planes
obsolete and unfair ,
pletely practices operation."As He said the governor should
'had been searching the area
Then Browne
ing area.
then I am guilty. .I also of Lakeland I instituted show concern and
Mayor proper respect I
his car outside his area, over since Monday.
will plead guilty to the countsof a program of juvenile Honored for Heart Drive ContributionsSixteen for the Guard, and prom

complaining when my oppon- delinquency control that gave ised to join members at summer

ents make ridiculous statementsthat Lakeland the lowest incidence of businesses and organ- Certificates of merit were Jr., Mrs. Robert Young, Mrs. training if he is elected. I T.M.K.A r TMKA

insult the intelligence of the juvenile delinquency of any cityof izations and more than 40 individuals presented to Beta Sigma Phi Robert Lovvorn, Mrs. Harry In a speech to members of
voters. its size in the United States," .were honored at a noon Powell, Mrs. Christine Starnes, the Miami Board of Realtors, VODKA n VODKA
Candidates reached for new said Kelly to a woman's groupin luncheon today for contributingto sorority, the P. K. Yonge Key Mrs. Dorothy Langdon, Mrs. Mayor Robert King High said
promises to make as the cam- Coral Gables. the County Heart Drive. Club and Keyette Club, the Lottie Tennant, Mrs. Lela Me- new industry would find Florida's -

I The luncheon was in the J. Gainesville Sun, the. Florida Kenney, Mrs. L. G. Lee, Mrs.I tax structure more palate
Hillis Miller Health Center cafe- Alligator, Teentime, Youth David Fuller, Mrs. Herbert. able if he is elected. 1 I 1 1t

BETTER GUIDANCEHARRY teria. Club, the Florida and State Schweyer, :Mrs. Walter N. Faris, High cited his record of re- rMK.i
I Gold medallions went to Mrs.E. Mrs. J. F. Womeldurf Jr., Mrs. ducing taxes as mayor of Miami '
EVANS Theaters, the New Century Clubof -.i-: :
Will Work
and said he would the :
R. Woodward, Dr. John Cra- Elwood Keister, Mrs. W. L. apply .
x4 For Better GUIDANCE High Springs, the High same effort statewide. He also
go and Matthew Parramore for J -ligan, Mrs. Robert Marcus 88 PBOOf DtSntlEDFBQU 80 PROOF DISTfllEO
To Reduce Dropouts Springs Junior Women's Club, Mrs. George W. Wright blasted candidates he said were GRAM SAZERAC CO.ae FROM BUM SAZERtt CO.C.
five years' service. William the Hawthorne Women's Club, anti trying to buy the governorship. cw CELLOS, u. KW W&K. U
VOTE FOR Cross got a silver medallion for the Gainesville Golf and Country

three years' service. Club, radio 'Station WGGG Plan
jt HARRY EVANS Bronze medallions for two and station WRUF-TV Boys
years' service went to Mrs. FRED KARL GOVERNOR
A special wall plaque was ;
James Clayton, Mrs. Fred .
li; Superintendent of Schools Heath and Dr. James McClam- presented to Sigma Phi Epsilon KeystoneClub
(Pd. Adr.)
roch. Fraternity. See and HearFlorida's
Certificates of appreciation Club
were given to Mrs. E. E. Gable, Leading Candidatefor

William L. Paden, Mrs. W. J.
A group of boys met at the Governor .
Edwards Mrs. Gloria Duncan,
Boys Club last night to plan
Mrs. J. P. O'Brien, Mrs. G. R. establishment of a Keystone .
McDowell, Mrs J. D. Thigpen, Club at the Boys' Club. It will 3*'- Alachua County Headquarters .

Mrs. M. Parke Winter, Mrs. A. be a service and citizenship Now
C. Smith, Mrs. C. F. Cumbee oriented club for Boys' Club
Mrs. Lotta Wadsworth, Dr. Ben members of senior high school :.J '
Samuels, James Finch and C. .\ 1614 W. University

k O T. Montgomery.Also age.Boys' Club Program Director (FLORIDA BOOKSTORE, FR 6-6056)) '
recognized were Al Charlie Dobbs said the club will
Schlecter, William E. Rion, Al- be sponsored by the Boys' Club ShutInsCome
vin Alsobrook, Charles W. Pruitt and will be affiliated with the
National Association of Key- get your bumper strips, car-top signs, leaflets. Meet all

i stone Clubs the other Karl supporters. For all materials and rides to the

Cuba Warningi Dobbs said Don Large will polls May 5th, call FR 6-6066. We're going to finish strong!
serve as the adult advisor to!
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the group. Large has been ac--i
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.' five as a volunteer in older "Mr. Education" deserves your help!

NEW ASSOCIATES HOME (AP-Cuba has told the United groups programs at the Boys'
Nations it won't stand for any!Club for sometime.All .
more U.S. reconnaissance Senior Boys' Club members -
flights over the island or any are invited to attend the
enables you to remodel landscape and modernize now! other provocative U.S. actions. next meeting, Thursday, April
The Fidel Castro regime renewed -30, at 7:30 p.m. to see the groupin
Why wait for the improvements your home person. Your request;, largt or small, will its warning in a letter operation. Applications for [
needs now? Associates Home Improvement be. Handled promptly-in Strictest confi Thursday to U.N. Secretary- membership must be made SEEBUYSAVE
Financing Plan will provide the money you dence. Write or telephone the Associates General U Thant from Foreign through the Keystone Club
need today! The Associates offer "Lookoffice near you for an appointment. Over Minister Raul Roa. members.
Ahead Borrowing"plans for any responsible 600 offices in the U. S. and Canada. I
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