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 27, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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By Snags Rights

Son Staff Writer I" ;
Flames destroyed the Lowry Amendment
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a rr
#0 t R Furniture Company and briefly
Grand VoteReport
threatened the neighboring Sea- Jury

morning.The gle Building. here late yesterday Called 'Sop9To :

rI blaze apparently startedin II
a trash bin behind the furni- Challenged South

ture store.
No estimate of damage wa s WASHINGTON (APSouth-
\ ? available .yet this morning, but F By JEAN CARVER "H Court election suit pending before era opponents of the civil

'% 'J afire department spokesmansaid San Staff Writer Judge George Patten. rights bill today labeled a

it definitely will run high The grand jury report citing Grounds c i t e d by her attorney compromise jury trial amend
when it finally is tallied. irregularities in the March 17 Richard Wilson, included ment "a sop" and said they
The blaze was reported to city election was asked to be that argument that the g r a nd will not permit a Senate vote (\nit
firemen about 11 a.m. yesterday struck from the record Frid a y jury charged violations of elec- this week.

by.a passerby. Four pumpers, a by Registration Supervisor Mrs. tion laws that applied to the old Their decision, reached at an
9 ladder truck and about 25 fire-
A a xx Alma Bethea.A early-morning
registration system, not the caucus, appar-
I men were rushed to the scene motion filed in circuit court permanent system adopted by ently eliminated any possibilityof
to the blaze.It .
fight Friday asks, that the 18 page the county in 1958. an early] test vote on the con-
Scene at the Sunday morningblaze at Lowry Furniture Company. took almost an hour to report be expunged. It has no troversial measure as debate
Wilson further claims in the
(See FIRE on Pace t) relation to the Andrews' CircuitTeamwork dragged into its eighth week.
'---1: ...,; .""....,,, motion that the grand jury exceeded Sen. Richard B. Russell D-
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i' .'* '. ', < > .'.' .., "<<' Ga., spokesman for the South-
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Landslide ;:'$ : : : instructions to the supervisor erners, said they reached "the I
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i.r. for irregularities
;: ; .;} correcting registration unanimous conclusion" the
.'.. ,., cited in the report amendment is "just a sop to '
by Sept. 1. try to make people think" spon-
The motion asks that the sors of the bill have reached a
Soviet ",,:'" grand jury be dismissed by the "
"conciliatory attitude.
Brings ix.. ... I
<< '....,':-" court on the grounds that the The compromise, sponsoredby
report was issued without
.. any Sens. Mike Mansfield D-
.M :
indictment. Mont., majority leader and Everett
Copies of the motion were M. Dirksen, R-II1., the
e. sent to Gov. Farris Bryant minority leader was offered as
Flood ThreatMOSCOW Secretary of State Tom Adams, a substitute for another jury
State Attorney T. E. (Ted) Dun- trial amendment introduced by
can and the city and county Sen. Herman E. Talmadge D-

(AP) Soviet engineers have begun blast- x commissions.The Ga., and other Southerners.The .
ing in an attempt to drain off flood waters threateningthe I & motion outlines s e veral compromise would pro
fabled Mongol capital of Samarkand and villages arguments against registrati o n vide for a jury trial in any con-
along the Zeravashan River blocked by a huge landslide. violations cited in the grand tempt action arising under the

The Communist party. newspaper Pravda said engineerssent jury report primarily based onWilson's bill if the penalty involved more
,to the edge of the Pamir argument that most of than 30 days in jail or more
Mountains in Southwest Asia iY' the references are to the old than a $300 fine.Talmadge's .

Sunday night began blasting a Fire Nearly wk upAti registration system which w as amendmentwould
canal through the slide, which replaced by the permanent sys- provide for a jury trial

was said to ,be as high 'as an tem.Under in all criminal contempt cases.
80-story building and 2,000 feet Guts Firm the new registration Sen. Hubert H. Mumphries of
wide. system, the motion filed Friday Minnesota predicted Sunday

e' ., argues that deputy supervisorsdo that the forces behind the civil
Pravda said 625 million cubic At Branson- w : ,{+' not have to'sign a written rights bill will have the votes to
feet of water have built. up be- .- oath, only the registrant has to shut off the southern filibusterin

hind the slide, which on Friday BRONSON A dry kiln and sign the registration certificate early May.Humphrey .
formed a huge natural dam. It and the supervisor or any of
"' the Democratic
lumber with a total value of ..
said the water level behind the about $40,000 were destroyedlast + a.woso oat s.: her deputies do not have to sign leader in the civil rights debate -
dam rose more than 105 feet in night by a fire which fora on the high firefightingladder.. and that the days for regis- said the count was now

50 hour while threatened the entire tering voters are not restrictedto just four or five votes short of
The Soviet Tass weekdays under the new the 67 needed for closure. He
news agency Brice Crate Co. plant here. Hoffa May
said an attempt would be madeto The fire, which originated in Candidates to Face ., system. suggested that the southerners
divert the blocked, fa t.ris- the dry kiln at Brice Crate Co., A copy of a letter from City might give way rather than
ing river and remove the threatto was fought for about three Lose Legal Attorney Osee Fagan instructingMrs. let the issue go to closure.
Samarkand, an ancient city hours by firemen from Bronson Bethea to keep the regis- This optimistic forecast of
of blue-tiled old mosques and Williston Chiefland and Trenton Quiz Before CTA tration books open during the the civil rights prospect was
miles Fee SourceByA. 30 days before the March 17
new industries. It is 1,700 and units of the Florida given by Humphrey on the
southeast of Moscow, near the Forest Service. election was included in the Columbia Broadcasting System

juncture of the Soviet Union, Buren Brice, president of Candidates for the school dates will answer questions H. RASKIN motion. program, Face the Nation. Oth-
Red China and Afghanistan. Brice Crates, said late this board and office of school su= from the audience. NEW YORK James R. Hof- The grand jury cited a num- er supporters of the legislationhave
Tass said the landslide occurred morning that the fire was still perintendent will face the ques- Hargrave listed some of the fa is in danger of losing his access ber of city voters who reg- been talking about the
Friday when the Darn- smouldering but had been tions of the county's school written questions the CTA will to union funds to pay his istered on Sundays and within possibility of the debate going
vorz Mountain "cracked as a brought under control about teachers Wednesday at 8 p.m. put to the candidates: legal fees. The threat arises'as the 30-day cut-off date for regis- through the summer. __
result of earth tremors" and" 2:30 a.m. He said that the wind at Stephen Foster Elementary -Should teachers have a the president of the Internation- trations before an election. The Senate today goes into ':
two by water. voice in selecting curriculums The registration supervisor'smotion Its 41st of talk the House-
was "cut in was blowing away from the rest School ; Brotherhood. of T e a m s ters day on
The huge mass of earth and of the buildings toward the if so, to what extent? in also claims the state passed legislation. Southernershave
high- of the goes on trial Chicago todayon
The general meeting authorized to
rock fell into the river, swollen way, and this helped -Would the candidates con- attorney was not prevented a vote on any
.prevent federal of
rains, and Alachua County Classr o o m sider teachers charges misusing determine the validity of reg, in the and there -
month of heavy the entire plant from de- consulting con- provision bill _
by a being which will $20 million in .
the slide formed a natural dam.A stroyed. Teachers Association cerning such matters as lengthof istrations, charging that this is is no clear sign of their doingso
lake is forming 100 miles Harvey Brice company vice feature the'candidates is also school days, schedules and union pension New York a matter. for court determination. in the next few days.

upstream from Samarkand, a president who lives in a house open to the public. release times? reserves.John J. 0' Humphrey drew much from _
city of 215,000 persons but the trailer near the plant, discovered Bob Hargrave president of What do they propose to do rrRourkeofNew imesYork the agreement of Democraticand

earth dam threatens to break the blaze at about 11:45 the CTA, said it is planned to about overcrowded classrooms Court to Rule Republican leaders on a- 4
and unleash a raging torrent. p.m. He had noticed the lights have the candidates speak for inadequate facilities, professional an international Exclusive modified 'amendment to pro-""

"This catastrophe is fraught flickering at his trailer and 10 minutes on prepared ques- salaries? vice On Fla. MixedMarriage vide jury trial in criminal con- ,-:.
with the danger of an unprece- went up to the plant where, he tions submitted by the teachers. It is expected that other more president, has tempt cases resulting from violation ..- .
dented flood in the whole of the found the dry kiln ablaze. Following the talks, candi- vexing questions will be broughtup formally asked Law of court orders under the "
Zeravashan Valley" said Tass. Buren Brice said that temper from the floor. that no more money for Hoffa'sdefense legislation.The :
ature controls in the dry kiln be spent from the un- WASHINGTON (AP-The Su- amendment "has tremendous ..

were all automatic and the pos- Commission McCaul ion treasury, pending a meet- preme Court agreed today to support already In -#
Ruby Beats sible malfunctioning of one of Mrs. ing by the full executive board. rule on validity of Florida laws the Senate," he said, "and it

these controls might have To View Grand Clmrcli Leader He acted after Edward Bennett prohibiting marriages between will be the first victory for the ..
caused the fire. Williams, the Teamsters' general Negroes and whites. The laws proponents of the civil rights
Head On He estimated the value of the Jury: ReportGainesville Here DiesMrs. counsel had informed him also make it a crime for a Ne bilL" -

dry kiln at $30,000 and the 100- Commissioners that it would be illegal to use un- gro 'man and white woman, or Asked when he thought be

WallFrom 000 board feet of lumber destroyed City of the- Waldine Scearce McCaul, ion funds to. pay for Hoffa's white man and Negro woman could get a vote on this amendment
Cell will receive a
at $10,000. He said the copy the March a woman long prominent in lawyers and court expenses. to habitually occupy. the' same the senator said this week
grand jury report on
loss is partly covered by insur- church circles here died yester- O'Rourke made his demand in room at night "or, if need be, a few days
at tonight's '

election irregularities
Press Dispatches 17 The ruling was asked by Dew-. later his uncertainty about
ance. day at Alachua General Hospital a telegram sent Saturday to ,
DALLAS Tex. (AP) Jack The intenseness of the blaze, commission meeting. after suffering a heart at- John F. English the union's ey McLaughlin, described as a getting a vote on an amendment
Ruby a lump on his almost Brice said, was apparent from Members of the commission tack. secretary treasurer, at its Negro, and Connie Hoffman a designed to make the bill
bald head from colliding with a the fact that shingles were curled have been sent a copy of the She was married to Dr,Thomas headquarters in Washington.The white woman, who were arrested more acceptable to the South
cell wall, appears in court todayas up on an office building about report by State Attorney T. E. V. McCaul pastor emeritusof union spent nearly $1 mil- in Miami Beach in February indicate the leadership's prob
seek his ad- (Ted) Duncan. 1962. Each was sentenced to 30
defense lawyers 50 yards from the dry kiln. Church.
First Baptist lion legal charges
mittance to a hospital for more The lumber that was in the Other items on tonight's They lived at 502 NE 8th Ave. with on much of it going to defend year days in jail and $150 fine after lem.The decision to press the jury
.mental tests. dry kiln was for the manufacture % agenda include a call for bids and had been Gainesville resi- conviction of living in the same trial amendment marks the
Sheriff Bill Decker said the of crates of various types. for a new fire station and receipt dents since 1922. Dr. McC a u I (See HOFFA on Page 2)) room. abandonment of the theory,
condemned slayer of accused Brice said that he would haveto of petitions from the in after 2))
Assn. retired 1949 27 years as (See RIGHTS on Page
presidential assassin Lee Har- try to purchase already dried Gainesville Homebuilders of First Baptist here.
and the Wee Folks Nursery.The pastor New Viet Nam CommanderHas
Oswald charged head-first lumber in order to keep the native of
vey Mrs. McCaul was a I
is at 7:30
crate operation going at the meeting p.m.
Dallas County Jail
against Shelbyvifle, Ky. She was a grad-
at the Utilities Operation ,
cell wan early Sunday in a stepped-up tained of late.pace it has main- 555 S.E. 5th Ave. nan of Georgetown College in Rainy Season Problem Absentee ;

"deliberate acl"Ruby's Kentucky and the College of I
lawyers asked a few Music in Cincinnati. She was director cal advantage turns automati-
days ago that Judge Joe B. of the d e p a r tment of Ntm '1t11t mimts cally to the guerrillas when the Ballot

Brown order him placed in a voice at Raw lings Institute in By PETER GROSE rains come.Westmoreland's. r
hospital. The former"night club KNOW Charlottesville, Va., before her SAIGON, South Viet Nam- s
insanity in his marriage.See LL Gen. William C. Westmore- appointment, Deadline
operator L announced President Johnson -
land, named to become commander -
March trial but was sentencedto ( McCAUL on Page 2))
; of American forces in Saturday came as no surprise
death. < Your Politics Viet :Nam in August, is tryingto here. Ever since he ar- Absentee ballot applications
Under heavy guard Ruby: was end what be calls the "psychosis rived last Jan. 27, as deputyto for next Tuesday's Democratic
sped l to a 'hospital for skull WHERETO of the rainy season" Gen. Paul D. Harkins, West- primary election must be filed
X-rays'wbich a hospital attend "The trade of politics is a let like the gambler's trade its among South Vietnamese troops moreland has been quietly at by 5 p.m. Thursday.

ant said confirmed the injury chief ingredients are nerve, shrewdness and luck." and their American advisers.A work on long-term planning in Registration Supervisor Mrs.
was minor. That sentence, from Cabell PhBKps article on'the>imponder- FIND IT qualified source said the both the tactical and organizational Alma Bethea said today the applications ;

Decker said Ruby attempted ables of the 1964 national elections, appears in The New York 50-year-old genera has pre- fields.Westmoreland. mu' be in her office f
his clothing when he was Times Election Handbook, along with answers to scores of Comics . . 12 pared new tactical instructionsfor is to take over by the Thursday deadline and II[
fo rip
returned tor his cell The few questions you're bound to ask yourself during the coming Classified . 13.15 government troops to use his new command on Aug. 1, the ballots must be returned by ; iS I
then re- weeks. Entertainment . 11 against Communist Viet Cong when Harkins retires. West- p.m. Monday.The .

,furnishings: kom the were cell as a precautionary For your copy of the handbook, mail the coupon on Page Obituaries . 2 guerrillas during the approaching moreland's appointment coincided registration supervisor., .,
moVed .
I it in at the Opinion Page . 4 with a general overhaulof asked that applicants wanting- .
with only 5 lof today's Sun, with 95 cents, or pick up person four months of seasonal '
measure desk in the lobby of the Sun Buildinr.t s Sports ,9, 10 rains. the U.S. command here involving absentee ballots either come to' j

mattress five left months of isolated!t You'll be glad you did. I e Women's . . 6 He thus hopesto end the long both structural and personnel her office or mail their applications .
After to her.I'll" --
_. II belief that the tacti- ChPgfl.! ..
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2: Gainesville Sun Monday, April 2.7. 1964

.. I.,.Sees Huge .. Accident RoundupInvolved

rVillage Weather Roundup bttuartetf t
I k in accidents report. and University Avenue at 7:29 ;

Rocket Hi to Gainesville Police duringhe p.m. yesterday. .

In CyprusBeseiged A a past 48 hours:
Nancy Josephine ,
; ,:"c-I B Loads Soon .STARKE Carl M. Ritch,! SANTA FE-Services for Orlando Rowand Medlen, 1041 NE,Miami, Aubrey Byron McMillan ,

Js : 'swo ........ !59, died in Alachua General Thomas, 58-year-old Santa :Oth Ave., and Zeke Hodge 429 Sr., 1036 NE 28th Ave., and .
,, \. Fe farmer, will be tomorrow at J NW 6th St at E.
.. University
,. -... SUNNYVALE, Calif. (AP) :Hospital Saturday after an ex William Reuben Thomas, 1628 ;
3 at St. Johns Methodist
p.m. ,Avenue and 7th Street at 8:15
pound NW 35th Place at NW 13th
::NICOSIA, Cyprus (APA ZONES qr-\ Unprecedented 100,000 tended illness. Church near Santa Fe. ,
be hurled i p.m. yesterday. Street and 39th Avenue at 5:52
hUndred Greek Cypriot irregulars ........ payloads soon.can. He was a Bradford County He was a lifetime resident of
armed with mortars and CD Considerable cloudiness I' \ into orbit by massproducedsolid Alachua County and was bornin Drumheller Padgett, 105 SEth p.m. yesterday.Mrs. \
native and had lived here all
\ tnachineguns threatened the with occasional thunder \ :_ rocket motors locked his life. He operated a plumbing Newberry in 1905. St, struck a telephone poleat L. D. Bochette, 203 NW

i embattled village of Ayio'Tho- showers through Tuesday. .."iJ\ _\-\ clusters says an aerospace expert business here for many Survivors include his widow SE 8th Street and University -13th Ave., backed into a post

deros today as U.N. officials Some locally heavy this afternoon E.\ \ years. Jessie Stanley Thomas; two Avenue at 7:53 p.m. yes- in the Greyhound Bus parking f

sought to remove the village's or tonight. Low tonight \ \ w Such loads would be seven stepchildren, Mrs. Patricia terday. lot at 6:42 p.m. yesterday.Ann .

CO) Turkish Cypriots. \ =- times greater than the heaviest He was a Baptist, a memberof Thomas, Alachua, and Mrs. .
NW 61st Ter.
John Alan 1020
68 to 72. Southeasterly knownto the Bradford County Cham Call, 815 SE 4th Ave., .
:New fighting flared this morning the Russians have been Pauline Hammock, Jacksonville -
in the mixed Greek-Turkish winds 10 to 20 miles per hour "I I Li orbit. ber> of Commerce and the Elks ; his step-mother, Mrs. and W. H. Peacock Jr., 318B and Virginia June Thornbury
NE 10th St. at SW 2nd Street .
village 30 miles south of Nico- becoming higher in showers. H6), Lodge. Willie Thomas, Lakeland; three 1605 NW 34th Place, at W. University I
Cylinders of rocket power Survivors include his mother brothers Hubert Wei born Avenue and 6th Street at (\
afa.( U.N. troops tried to set upa A Partly cloudy tonight and Tues :,-J stacked like tomato cans will be :1:05
ceasefire.A day. A little cooler tonight. Low tonight e'tMaa .d Allie Alvarez Ritch, Morriston; Leonard, Newberry; and Floyd More AboutRights p.m. yesterday.
of useful
50 tons
58 to 44. able to loft the .
: showdown also appeared B Occasional thundershowers be- within three Bar- his widow Mrs. Ruby L., Wichita Kansas Frank L. Dampier Jr., Route
coming less numerous Tuesday. Low ., cargo years Starke; two daughters, Mrs. Le- Also five half-sisters, Mrs.
control of a'
ta: be shaping up for tonight M to 70. net R. Adelman, president of 1 I, hit a neon sign owned .by. !

strategic Kyrenia Pass, where E F G H I Partly cloudy United Technology Center, a di- roy Norman Jr. and Mrs., Viola Altman, Mrs. Aubrey City Bakery in the 130Q.b19C ,,9f: ;
with scattered afternoon GAINESVILLE WEATHER James Starling both of Starke Willie Cardorie and
through Tuesday ; fewr Mrs.
Greek Cypriot forces pinned or evening thundershowers. Low vision of United Aircraft Corp., E. University Avenue. at'.8:15.;
I down Turkish defenders dug in tonight 70 to 75. Southeasterly winds -Municipal Airport readingsfor a son, Jerry E., U. S. Army in Mrs. Vinnie Rutledge, all of xm. yesterday. : I !
10 to 20 miles per hour higher near predicts.The California; a brother, NelsonR. Lakeland, and Mrs. Bula] -
around medieval St. Hilarion showers.J 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: center is already produc- From Page 1
Morriston five
Partly cloudy through Tuesdaywith ; sisters Brown, Hartford
. Castle. widely scattered showers. Low. tonight High 83 at 2 p.m., low 70 at ing segmented rockets for the Mrs. Emily Cribbs, and Mrs. Williams Thomas Funeral Mental HeaItJi: : :
75. Southeasterly winds 12 toII inches.
Greek Cypriots felt out TurkIsh 1-5 a.m. Rainfall 0.20 Titan JJI-C which the Air Force much discussed earlier that
miles per hour. Bill Mills, both of Morriston, Home is in charge of arrangemeats. ,
positions with mortar, ma. K Partly cloudy through Tuesday TEMPERATURES High ELSEWHERE Low Preclp. expects to be a work-horse Mrs. Paul Wright, Lake City the bill should be passed exactly Fair to Hear :
with widely scattered showers. Low to-
I chine-gun and rifle fire. They night mid 70s. Southeasterly winds. 12. Jacksonville .1 13 71 booster for the next decade of Mrs. John Dugan, Orlando, and as it left the House. .

denied, however, that they were to 20 miles per hour. Tampa Miami it 2 70 snace launching.A Mrs. Nancy Stone New York Sec'y Adams :::
castle which Atlanta 56 51 1J. S ; More About The Democrats are now try-
to hit the. motorson :
trying New Orleans M ** .'7 pair of five-segment and eight grandchildren.
the Turkish Cypriots use as Boston 60 44 the Titan III-C will providemore lag to clinch agreement with Secretary of. Sta1eii: : :
U 44 Funeral services will be at
New York the leader Sen.:
their strongpoint in controlling Sunset today .ALMANAC... 7.04 p.m. Chicago 51 52 .03 than two million poundsof 10 a.m. tomorrow in the Starke Republican Adams headlihOstfif..5p22ers !-:
I 70 54 .64 Everett Dirksen amendments
the Kyrenia-Nic- Sunrise tomorrow.. 5:50 a.m. Kansas City on -
the pass along Moonrise tonight, 1:04 p.m. Denver 57 41 lift-off thrust. The vehicle is first Baptist Church with Rev. to the employment and tomorrow at the ''Mejrgil-:
osia road. Last Quarter May 4 Ft. Worth 71.$8Seattle 77 55 .02 scheduled for its first flight W. A. Hogan offici Health Fair sponsored"- the-
Los Angeles pastor, public accommodations titles.
the smallest / is i
Mercury planet now
Turks caught by 44
The 54
tests in 1965. Alachua County Mental Health:
almost directly between the Earth and ating.
when the attack opened Saturday the Sun.; It Is 53 million miles from CEDAR KEY TIDES Each steel-jacketed segmentof From Page 1 These might clear the way for Association.
g the,Earth,today,;the..nearest it,will be Tuesday High at 2:53 am. and Burial will be in Sapp Cemetery -- bipartisan agreement on the :
cannot lose much more at $:1i a.m. and >:02 p.m. booster is 10
this year. 2 p.m. Low the first-stage at Raiford with DeWittC. Adams, is scheduled to speak;
ground without surrendering i feet in, diameter and weighs Jones in confinement, Ruby shows signsof measure. at 1:15 p.m. in the Fellowship-

I control of the pass. Greek,CyIf ,:\. 'I Five. ay Forecastwill about 50 tons when filled with charge. severe delusions, accordingto Humphrey suggested that the Hall of the First,.PresfyteFIaa-

riot forces have .advanced, to rubbery fuel.Clustering. persons who see him daily. jury trial compromise was a Church. ;

withiIi a mile of this highway "Temperatures through Saturday be .generally, heavy with rockets isn't a new More About "He talks about the possibility sign of progress in this regard.He Adams, Florida chairman ot

between the capital ,and, {he wilL'average near normal in the amounts ranging from one to idea. Last year the center. test of being thrown into a pit even hinted that broac Mental Health Week, will eaie-

I north coast. : : extremV.north to slightly :normal two inches' in the south and fired a cluster of 24 smaller and beaten with chains" one 'enough bipartisan agreementon on "Florida Mental HealtiC

It elsewhere. Sample daily three to five inches in the extreme solid-fuel segments, four six HoffaFrom visitor reported.A the bill might cause the Problems." _._ =

i temperatures: 82 to 60 at Tallahassee north. Showers can beexpected motor stacks. Anchored to the southerners to allow a vote

I Diabetes Group, ,84 to 64 .Tampa and through most of the period. -test pad it produced 140,000 doctor said that Ruby "is without being forced to by clos '
1 down hill all the time." SUBSTITUTE FOR RAIN
85 to 68 at Miami 'Precipitation pounds of thrust during a 14- Page going ure.
Meets May 5The second burning time. Ruby's sister, Mrs. Eva We Recommend a FREE 'Estimate .

Hoffa. Grant, said that he constantly I "We are not sure that we are without obligation the

,Alachua County Diabetes Couple Ousted by Church as The tall as superlauncher a 26-story building would' and be The Teamster chief has beenin I expressed the fear that an attempt even going to need closure," he system.Rain Bird underground sprinkler :

! Lay Society will hear John ]f. : weigh more than seven million and out of courts in the seven -' might be made on her I said. He also suggested that CUSTOM INSTALLEDIN

Munroe on Tuesday, May 5, not pounds.It years since he became president -: some southern senators "under YOUR YARD

, tomorrow as was previously an Over School Play Dance would cost substantiallyless of the 1,500,000 member life.At estimate the political temperand CALL FR 6-4030
nounced. Munroe, resid e n t truck union the every meeting at the county tenor of their own states." I
[ than a launch vehicle of the country's
medicine at the J. jail Ruby also notes I The estimate of
in 62
fellow Humphrey
Ionia Bierlein last gest and labor
IONIA Mich. (AP-An Rev. Mr. Monday !same payload capacity using an strongest organ. 1
Hillis Miller Health Auditorium. to his sister asking that she arrange or 63 votes for closure is higher
excommunicated objected before the school board I Ito' all-liquid propellant, Adelmansays. J ization. His only conviction '
It is to be the society's last couple was a meeting for him with than some others have given. &

meeting of the season. Sunday after charging their the characterization of Lolain came this year when he was the federal commission headed!Neither side is disclosing its GARDEN CENTER J'

Report .{ a Holding Company Affiliate Episcopal priest with harboring the way by 16-year-old Kristi sentenced I federal to eight years in a by Chief Justice Earl Warren tabulations at this point.

.I a National Bank. "archaic beliefs and moral Honson who wore a brief black More About penitentiary for jury- .-
19" of Atlantic which is investigating the assas-
Report as of Aprtl tampering. He has announcedhis T
Trust Company Jacksonville Flor" knowledge" in his criticism of ,outfit with a split skirt.
da; which Is affiliated with The First: determination to appeal the ination. t
a dance in a high school production ALERT TODAY
of Gainesville. GalnevlUe -
I National Bank Kristi the role of the McCaul
Florida Charter number..3f94FeeraI of the musical "Damn Yan playing conviction to the Supreme His legal counsel believes !
Reserve district number provocative temptress danced
Kind Bf business of this affiliate: kees." I Court. however, that Ruby is so unsta ALIVE
holding company holdln into the audience and pinched GO
At the union's 1961 convention
controlling Interest In this and other at-' From 1 ble that he could not give a useful -
fiilates. to broaden scope of banking Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clore cheeks."I Page in Miami Beach, Hoffa sponsored statement to the commis I .
business In Florida.
Manner In which above-named organhaUoiuJs were stripped of their member don't want any children a change in the constitution sion. TOMORROW
Here she music lessons ,
affiliated with national bank gave
; lonia
in the Episcopal
and degree of control: Owns majority I ship taught to dance like that for any under which the union
in church choirs where "His mind is and
of the shares of capital stock.Finaecial church by the Rev. Raymond I
relations with bank: Stock excuse whatever Bierlein told her husband was specifically to "
was pastor. running Mrs. Grant
Bierlein who said he acted be- away, .
of affiliated bank owned by the affiliatepar the school board. all the costs for defending STATIONNEIGHBORHOOD
( value) S5U.JOO.OO. Loans by the if.tiii.te cause of a letter written by the She was a past member of.the I pay said.

Stock to of affiliated affiliate bank registered None.In name I' Clores published Friday in the Kristi, as a result... was ordered Daughters of the American Rev its officers. She said Ruby did not discuss 'SSS:
affiliated bank known to be owned i I The authorization cover
of or olution Daughters of the Confederacy
SentinelStandard."We dance into the audi- -
by bank directly or Indirectly (.par va' Ionia Daily not to the possibility that he would be

uef B6rrowlng None. from affiliated bank.' InclOding can no longer restrain ence by the school superintendent the Women's Club, the I any the action executive in which board a majorityof decided electrocuted. "I don't want him 637 NW 13th 372-0455

acceptances executed by affllated '" Robert Boyce and the play Garden Club and the Philharmonic -I .
objections to it she said. "How
bring --- --
bank for account of affiliate and our....f lings. concerning. : that the charges were unfounded up = ------- ------------ --------
securities] sold to affiliated bank under voiced by our rector to director, Raymond Monte. The Society. could I have the heart?" IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE-
repurchase agreement None Funeral services will be at 4 politically motivated or "fl-
school board sent committeeto
Other obligations of the affiliate to. or the dancing in the current high Ruby will not read the magazines -
known to be held by affiliated bank letter watch the play Friday and p.m. Tuesday with Rev. Fred T. ed in bad faith in an attempt to VOTE,
Nooe. school musical play, the embarrass the mostly copies of Reader's and SUPPORTR.
Laughon. Jr. of F i t or destroy union
pastor r s
Other Information necessary to disclose said in Saturday.
part.Terming that have been taken to
fully relations with bank: None.. Baptist Church officiating. or the union officer. An
I. W. A. Bettes. Vice-President of Atlantic a dance sequence his cell. He that he is
Clbre whose son, Richard, clause made the explains
Trust Company do solemnly) immoral the Burial will be in a local cen auxiliary grantof D.IIBob"JORDAN
swear that the above statement Is true "salacious. and said "1 by hearing about life
to the best of my knowledge and belief. had a part in the play, etery under the direction of authority even broader. It upset

I declare In the that manner it has prescribed or will be by published Sec Who's, JUSTISS? am entitled -to make this comment Jones -,Johnson Funeral Home. said payment could be mad e outside the jaiL Jc

twit 5211. U.S.R.S.. (12. U.S.Csee.. 161, about the play just as Pallbearers will be J. L. Carter whenever a majority of the "The day the president was

within receipt fifteen of the days call for from report the of date condtlorr of", ,' PUBLIC What's DEFENDER a much as the rector. Holt Howard, Latham Davis -board "in its sole discretion determines killed I thought the world had .

.by the Comptroller W. A. Bettes of the Currency. Who CARES? ? M. M. Parrish, E. C. Eu that the expendituresshould come to an end," he told one For SHERIFF

$Sworn to and subscribed before me More About 'banks, Ray Ogilvie, Ralph Tur. be made." visitor. "Now life is going on .
thi*.2lst day of April. 1964 See orange blue and gold handbill .1ALACHUA COUNTY
around town & Sun classified sec. 6.PeL and again about the t .
Minor C. Catledga* lington Winston Arnow. The present conflict ove r same, exc e p
__-r.(SEAU Notary Public _ Honorary bearers will be dea. whether the union should keep that I'm in here .- all becauseof _
FireFrom cons of the First Baptist Church paying for Hoffa's defense a few seconds." Experienced Capable

and Dr. John E. Maines, Dr. T. stemmed from a letter sent to Greet Leadership Ability

A. Snow. E. M. Deaton, Dr. Joseph -the 15 members of the execu- PULL LEVER 20-A on Voting Day May 5

YOUCOMPARE Weil, Ervin A. Clayton, S. Gabon has <(<'4. AeV.
1 tive board two weeks ago by 12 virtually a mono
Page T. Dell, J. C. Adkins, Dr. W. C. rank and file members of poly on okoume, source of. a

PRICES bring It under control firemen S.Thomas, Fred Scholfield Dr. U. Philadelphia Local 107. soft wood that makes an ideal
Gordon Mixson
Guy Horace
reported. They noted that the member. plywood.
Zetrouer and Outen.
In the meantime firemen Charley ship had never received forma]
Survivors, beside her husband Gainesville Sun
OF SAME QUALITY sprayed water on the windowsof -notice of the adoption of a board MOIEYJust
include a son, Thomas V. .
the Seagle Building to keep I Jr., Miami; a brother, Johnson resolution permitting the spenc Published evenings except
them from being broken by the' B. ing of union funds to pay Hof Saturday and Sunday 'mornIngs -
YOU WILL ALWAYS heat. j' Scearce, Delphi, Calif.; a by the Gainesville Pub-
fa's legal bills. They <
I sister, Mrs. Emily Askew, lishing Company at 101 SE tell us how much
The fire fighters feared the. Georgetown, Ky., and s e v e ra such payments violate 2nd Place. Gainesville Florida you need to pay old I CIS'Yo. Monthly 24 CISIa You &I UOIItIIfr 24
flames would get into the interior nieces and nephews. the Landrum Griffin Act, pass- and entered as second class bills for home Improvements J_!! '.}'IIIontt loeein _'l"tIts_ _
BUY of the 10-story structure that ed by Congress in 1959 to curb matter at the Post Office at car repairs $18S.00 $11.00 428.00 $25.00
Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION for all
houses University of Florida Offices union racketeering.The seasonal your i 269.00 16.00 37.00 31.00

'' : Of : and the Florida State Mu Scientists calculate that thearth's insurgents. demandedthat RATES BY Phone for expenses.prompt, L- 20.00 600.00 34.39
; seum.- The flames were kept out crust quavers 100,000 no more union funds be courteous service. rlJlll.IltlInc'lId.lallllSt' uA pr iclpa.

I of the Seagle Building. times a year.NOW. spent and that the board members 1 Week .45
But the three story mostly 3 Mos. $5.85 LOANS UP TO $600
The Furniture Manufacturers take immediate steps to
wood constructed furniture store
all the previously All man subscriptions must '
recover money
didn't fare so welL OPEN be paid in advance.

Flames quickly spread 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. [ "You allocated.are notified," the Philadelphians Member of Audit Bureau of [FftMllY ,

SAMPLE HOUS through the building.Mrs. ALL YOUR FAVORITE told the board mem- Circulation. : J :
Hazel Rice, owner of the
building said she considered it bers, "that if you do not take All material contained herein' I* FINANCE SERVICE, INC. .-.:
production In whole In part Is
S Liquors .. .
total loss. the action requested herein the property of the Gainesville of Gainesville -
South M in St t S W. 13Hi St. a :: :
O Wines Publishing Company, (c) 1964. Rt-
within a reasonable time, we
There were indications, how Beer I strictly forbidden without the written 204 S. E. First Street . ... .. .' ...ER 64651: :
ever, that some of the contents shall institute suit to enjoin further permissIon of the publisher. _

could be salvaged. But L. A. PAUL'SPackage payments and to recover .

Lowry, president of the firm payments already made on behalf -

HURRY Just 3 Days Left said most of the furniture was Store of the international union.!'

OF OUR BIG either destroyed or damaged by I The effectiveness of the letter
1813 E.
,flames and water. University Ave. 'was enhanced by the board

: I Cktrur N*. 449a.l'OaT members' knowledge that a proceeding T-ONICiHT j
In the State of this in local I ;
of Ftorlda.: et the close of business en' April U. 1964 published just type .
1ft JE1! ?.call. mode comptroller of the currency under section 5211. U. S. 107 had resulted in a federal

=Wt Invite You To Visit Our New Modern Office by Thursday, Cash. balances with other banks. ASSETS and cash Items In court order that Raymond Cohen _

':Apra! 30th and Register for a Chance to Win Maw COIlectiOl'l.. ................. .................... process........of....... 3.6.UM its former secretary'treasurer _
Unite States Government obligations direct end guaranteed other local See and HearFlorida's
Obligations of States and political subdivisions .............."I". 1,924"1cw. and two
AUDIOTONE Other Dontfs", notes, aM debentures .............................. n.ooo.OI" officers return $24,921 in legal
: $350 Loans and discounts ...................................................
FREE CUSTOMFITTEDValue ,Fixed assets .......................................................... 369.H2.7I: expenses paid out of the local's Leading ,Candidate
.................... ....
Other assets ................. .. .. 10.92'-13
HEARING AID TOTAL ASSETS .................................."...."...".."."..."... 27.511.36S.22 treasury. The money had been _
LIABILITIES used to defend Cohan against
Need not be preset* *. Wi. Drawing; May 5th'SeeTheNewMes Demand deposits of Individuals partnerships and corporations. 1X30,152. I :o : for Governor
Time and savings" deposits o* ktdivitfveJs. charges of conspiring to c h eat
corporations .. ........_.......... ..partnerships...__.....7T..and............. 7.11X734.14 and
I Deposits II United States Government .............................. tTtjX4.U defraud the union. The restitution -
Deposits of States and pollt; al subdivisions ........................ 3.1U.275.41 order was upheld by the
Nerve Deafness Can Be Deposits of banks .. ,........................................... JCilTOJfl I
Helped 'Certified and officers checks etc ..........................._.... A5.liS.4J United States Court of Appealsand
TOTAL DEPOSITS ,-......................... 1240412.57161 the ; 8:30 P.M.
(a) Total demand deposits ._..._........ UJS&S4S.82 Supreme Court recently
T.... time end ...... i iI
snlr.Sls <* Its. refused to review it.
J.61 PO
'Other liabilities .............................. ......................... SC7.lU.jt
TOTAL LIABILITIES .....-............... ...._................. 24.914"MU1"

Common stock-oar value CAPITAL per share 110.ACCOUNTS.. ........................ I I Im
No. shares uthortzetf 1604M ..........._..................... dJ.C. MAY CHANNEL 12IL
No shares unissued 1M400 .......................................
.. No shores outstanding .......................................... 1,000,00000 :
I Surp/\'I .............................................................. 1.1 a.oce.OO IDIiAN A professional hearing test by appointment I Undivided/ profits ..................................................... 3S3.4713S.n.
evaluation 'Reserves .................. ........................................ 15&WO.M S BuilsessIT WFGATVHAYDON
and audiogram ,TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..................... 10X47135
is offered free of charge or HOURS TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL NOTE. ACCOUNTS ........ 274U.36J.3J. ; .. Auto :

obligation to all persons with a 10: A.M. Time certificates of deposit outstanding ............................ 33M51.33' 'i
problem I I. Byron Mills. Vice President & Cashier of the above-named bank do hereby H...
hearing loss or a hearing 5: P.M. 'declare that this report of condition Is true and correct to the best .. _my know- :
f ilege and belief. Lifer
i -S- Byron MIlls ; -
AID CO. I We. the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of coodi- BURNS
GAINESVILLE HEARING {'tin. and declare that It has been examined by us and to the best of our know- r I 215 H.L
'ledge and belief Is true and correct. Stre.tIt
620 NORTH MAIN ST. PHONE FR 6-0095 ,, C. B. Outen Directors

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i Funds .for New Schools, Districting' ProblemsThe .

I The Gainesville Leagues accommodate the' anticipated must be available in ,order to RALPH TURLINGTON : :

Women Voters, a nonpartisanorganization increase .in school population? do this., o
submitted questions If so, how would, you advise The only available source isthe .
i prepared' by its Voters securing the funds to construct from one or more of the various erw ,
I Service Commute to all.county and maintain these schools? kinds of taxes.: The.burdenis

candidates who face opposition already heavy, but until x; BEST QUALIFIED
In the'primary 'election May 5 ANSWERS.: school requirements are met we
I must and
expect our legislators :
OFFICE:' Alachua County Williams: Alachua County is: assessors to provide the means, .

School' Board, District 2. Term already in an accelerated build whether it is: 1)) ,More economyin F .

i ofoffice is four years, compensation ing program to accommodatethe state government, .2) ,new e Proven Record'
l is $f.200 a year. increasing school popula taxes 3) more equalized valuations z _:_
THE' CANDIDATES tion. This program has been .
: incum- I ,in real estate. y
bent Willard ,E Williams mainly at the elementary school 'adequately r Y a
There is no choice but to Proven Qualifications
Gainesville; Jack ZimmerK- level because that is where the 'provide for our:schools. ,::4 r .
man,, Gainesville. first impact was effected. means : theirs"'
The, are (legisla '
Within two years this building tors, and assessors), and I advise 1 Si Proven Legislative J (t t

QUESTION: Jk you believe program must,be expandedto ,that they provide 'adequately ,
that an accelerated building include the high school level. for our school require. M 4

program will be necessary to.At that time additional funds ments.. : .t tI RALPH Experience .

Zimmerman: I can see,many WILLIAMS: ZIMMERMAN TURLINGTONRalph r ," _
j VOTE FOR more years of an accelerated I l
building I believe you believewill best meet the tion suitable to their talents and Will I
,! W. .S. "Tiny"I there has been'some false.economy needs of ,the- people of Alachua are equipped with skills to Turlington Continue to Support:, :

in building new schools county? make a ,decent living and a
, I TALBOTSUPERINTENDENT without libraries. To 'meet worthwhile contribution to the Quality Schools & Universities O Economy in Government

.school needs, we shall have to Williams: I am chairman of community. Solutions include: O State Institutions Constitutional Revision 5
J tiA 4', raise our tax assessment Beyond a. school board committee cur- creative, intelligent leadership i
that, we: must seek .state ently: investigating the type of and the citizen's willingness to Sunland Training Centers Alcoholic Beverage Investigation .. .

OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION and federal money.QuEsTIOrare expanded vocational and tech- pay for a variety of quality Quality Mental Health Program The Interest of Agriculture :
nical training' program whichis education.KNOWLEDGE. "
.j you"satisfied needed, and will be acceptedby O Fair Tax StructureLegislative Highway Safety :

Ii e Alachua County with the districting of ,Alachua those who would benefit most

I' EXPERIENCED CAPABLE County schools as.it now exists. from it'There is a great'difference Honors

1 ; Onr'Promise Positive and ,Aggressive Leadership If not, what changes do you I of opinion between indus

:.} ,. Businesslike With A, Smile consider ,to be necessary?, trial leaders, educators, and mi: Voted'by legislative. cnsutf to secret belief mil Vatad by I lagisUtiva cofleegues to Herd ballot
h legislators as to the level at member rt second meet effective Itgislttlva as a member af the mast effective tern mantfalagatiait.
PULL LEVER 240A.Pd.. Adr.
which vocational and technical CltllI"' (ALLEN MORRIS AWARD) Vatatf
Williams The of
r : districting by capital legislative correspondents af tha
Alachua County Schools,is 'constantly raining should be, effected.To Florida Press as one af file tan mast valuable
157: Voted fcr capital toglslativ ttrrwpofttfants .f members af the House af Representatives.
being considered as to blindly rush, into such a the Florida Press as ana M the ten moot valu- Wl. Voted by legislative colleagues ta secret ballet
lit Gas Genie would be disasterous aMa members af the House af RopresontiUvos.m I Member af me most effective three man
,_ says: ways of improying, attendanceareas. program delegation. ALLEN MORRIS AWARD) Voted
I satisfied to ball, of,the people. I"believe a by capital legislative press correspondent of
am never ,
: Voted Legislative CaiUagu ta secret ballot the Florida Press as ana af the tan most
I I the extent that I' believe improvements well-planned program of vocational a member .. tile McoM. mast effective ttiraaman valuable members .. the House af Representatives.
'' and technical logisUtiv ddeg.tli. (Received the largest aumber af votes
GET ALL 'can ,not 'be'made.There training ef any Representative)
,is for complacency should be ,activated as soon as Voted by the Editors .. the daily newspapers af .
no place Voted .
by capital laglslatfva correspondents af Florida as The Runner-up for the St. Peters.t
,in ,our world today.. :practical. gz e Florida Pros as ana af the tan most vainburg Times award far the most valuable .
A qty able members af the House af Representatives. Member af the House af Representatives far
} 1ItJ4LI THEFACTS Zimmerman: I feel very I The financing: of,this program + service al Florida. .
has main ..m1Kyttes'
strongly that a child should go been the : deterrent
lj I to the school nearest his:home. I I,have'and win continue to advocate -

t Where special:need exists, the I direct state of Florida grounding ia law, ill WHY DOES MY OPPONENT REFUSE TO :
J Superintendent should have dis- I aid in establishing. this pro- government, in administration

cretion to'make special 'assign gram., and In knowledge of Florida,
1A i ABOUTnatural I ments. We,cannot.,afford to sacrifice hold promise far a successful DISCUSS THE REAL- TRUTH ??

I I QUESTION: Of the frequently :our. program of academic ex tenure as attorney general.
I My opponent has said he is "running to record" but he has
i; suggested ,types of schools cellency. We must,continue to expose my
I offer a well-rounded curricu- BRADENTON HERALD repeatedly refused to meet in o face-to-face discussion where his false
vocational high school, comprehensive charges and statements can be publicly examined and exposed. He has
hum if
we are to abreastwith
II gas high school high, school and commune technical the rest of ,the world. KEEP James W.ATTORNEYGENERAL. spoken 5th amendment.and published" untruths and innuendos and then takes- a "political :

ity junior college '- which :do Zimmerman: I am for 'a

, 1 ucation program lor our ,teenagers I
! Burial Insurance whether through a comprehensive ,
AIR CONDITIONINGFOR I program or,an area

Mail technical high school. We need (pd. adv.)
Sold Paid
by Political Advertisement,
paid for
I a junior college too, so that by (yes Campaign' Fund, Ronnie
SUMMER COMFORTNow other phases vocational education SpellUr, chairman
You still be,uahfied for I
may: -
Air Condition may be carried out,.e.g.
you can your home and have $1,000. or more burial insurance ..
i the luxury of a gas' fired air conditioning unit with so'you'will not burden your upgrading adults' skills. I
no engine, no compressor, only whisper-quiet: cool- loved ones with your, funeral and QUESTION: What do you
This NEW policy
ing'.. at 50% lower rate. other is especially expenses.helpful to those between consider to be the most pressing -
40 and 90. Only you' can problems to be solved by
CALL US FOR A FREE ESTIMATE cancel' your policy. No medical! exa- the School Board, in the next MENTAL

mination necessary. 'ew years, ,and what solutionsdo
INSURANCE ,you suggest for these ,problems -
.. .No agent will call on you.'Free ?
CiincsuilU G t In..nv information, no obligation. Tear
out this ad right now. '
Send your name, address and Williams: I believe the most I
year of birth to: Central SecurityLife pressing problem the School HEALTHFAIR

I 237 W.,Univ.; Ave. Phone FR 2-5391 1418 Insurance West Rosedale.' Co., Dept.. Fort'.F-609 Worth Board in the:next few, years' is '

4. Texas. adequate financing for the com .
prehensive grani of educa- S
I tion we desire and need. I would .

suggest'the way,of solving this,
problem, is to constantly inform: \
the people of this need and,soliciting -
their aid in obtaining
a a x .
adequate -'-
Zimmerman: Education of an '

our citizens. We need to see TUES. APRIL 28th.
; ::
Yki they are ,provided with educa- NO ADMISSION CHARGE I sS
JF h Yw I '
OPEN 9:00 a.m. = :

,Home Slaps I

Q Bomb BannersLONDON S .
Wit. .
,S,N1-nUf .rat ,{-' 425 West Avenue :: :
(AP-In a :slap atBritain's
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ban-the-bomb move- : -.. .: .:

W, R M, ment, Prime Minister ,Alec I -<'" ;.' *, PROGRAM ILMnLMS :. : ;
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Douglas-Home foreign policy -
says I 8 AJvZ \.__
results aren't won by "sit- FELLOWSHIP HALL .' .0' ._ :.-::-- __ .Registratron i ': : .;

r t ting around in damp,streets or .. 8 AM. 8:15'A.M. to 8:45 AM. and ::. :
I marching about. 4:30 PM.Jo..5. P-M. ::
Sir Alec his own formulafor
gave SUBJECT-What Does Alachua County Need for a Comprehensive"MentaJ-TI:1EroYMAK. I: : 'documentary frfm( made In : :
results the cold
getting in .
Health Program' a progressive institution for the retarded. '-:
4 war:in two political speeches at INTRODUCTION-Dr. Herbert J. Stevens Discussion by Dr.: Ann Bromley Psychologist. ;
G I Slough and Reading. SPEAKER-Dr. Louis Cohen Professor and Head, Department of 'Clinical Sunland Training: _Center. =
,' $> ,I I "You get them by keeping up Psychology, University of Florida. ,_ '0 "10:15 ,AM. to 11 AM. _
{ 10:30 AM. to 11:45 AJA. THE DROP OUTS. film. Project Four. WJXT,:
.Yt r tr your guard retaining your nuclear SUBJECT Recreation and Juvenile Delinquency (Panel), Jacksonville. *
arms so war cannot breakout INTRODUCTION=Mr. Shellie.McKinney :.. Discussion by Mr. Don Allen. Director of- ..
,.and.by'going to the conference SPEAKERS-Sheriff J. M. Crevasse Chairman; IMr. Carol Lanoux. '; Instruction, Alachua County Board of ".
I table. .and that Assistant Recreation Director City of Gainesville; Public Instruction. -. .-.
insisting Mr.. Mike Kreshka, Director of the Club. -
Boy's 11:15 AM. to 1 P.M. and :
!matters of dispute should be settled 12 M. to 1 PJvt. 2:30 P.M. to 4:15 P.M.
I there," he 'said. SUBJECr School Casualties-At Your Child's Expense (Panel) 'THE 91st DAY, the story of a man's breakdown .
I ,Douglas'. Home ,said the INTRODUCTION-Mr. Samuel HendnxSPEAKERS and admission to a mental hospital -
of with the Soviet Mr. Don Allen. Chairman; MIss Margaret Rosenberger Mr.; c. and his wife's struggle to get him the
danger war C. Combs. Mr. Marion Mrs. Ruth ,
Bishop, Mrs. Ruth Peek treatment he needs for a successful re-
I Union 41s, in my.opinion, out" Sawyer, Alachua County Board of Public Instruction. turn to society. .
j fie'cited the agreement by the 1:15 P.M. to 2:30 P.M. Discussion by Dr. Josh Davis Psychiatrist.
I Soviet Union, the United' States SUBJECT=loric 's Mental Health Programs
INTRODUCTION-Mr. Sidney Martin
and Britain this week to cut SPEAKER-Secretary of State Tom Adams. Florida Chairman of Mental EXHIBITS ;.
back,on the production of fis- Health Week. Barters All Day .
sionable material. for military 2:45 P.M. to 3:45 P.M. 1. "Doors to Mental Health, exhibit designed :
SUBJECT Opportunities and Problems of Aging (Panel) by Mrs. Ann Ballard for the Alachua County .
purposes. INTRODUCTION Fred Laughon Association for Mental Health produced by _
SPEAKERS Or. Samuel Banks. Chaplain. J. Hillis Miller Health Center: by Northwest Electronics. -
t \ Chairman; Dr.Deborah Coggms. Instructor, Department of 2. Architects' drawings for the Psychiatric Unit--
C'.5 Psychiatry; Miss Elizabeth Dyches, Instructor Nursing at Alachua General Hospital. ;
.JgtI College. 3. **A typical experience with the commitment
4 P.Mto 5 P.M. process in Alacftua County. -
SUBJECT Consequences of *. Criminal Record 4. "Creative activities in the helping process." ..
IKMElflJIYNHU1IUL INTRODUCTION. Byron Wmn 5. .The projects and materials from the Exceptional ,
SPEAKERS--Judge J. C. Adkms. Jr. and Mr. Arthur Dozier, Director.Florida Child program in the Alachua County : -
Division of Child Training Schools. Public Schools:

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' Pakli JOHN k ri FAT COWLES. Vie President SOUTHBy By JAMES RESTON sort of thing that sends a man Constitution Avenue or the Truman at the Blair House
f ED JOHNSON. Vie Prwldenl off into dreamless peace. Shirley Highway once or and had him over for lunch
Beautiful and Eaertive Editors W. G. ,BUI) WASHINGTON President twice a week and cut him and then on the spur of the
. ;. }s'; EBEBSOLE. Vice President mod AdTertlilnr Johnson recently appointed Washington talks about this loose. moment, summoned a press \
University City' DlreeUn BOB aD.TABTAGLIONE. C'te.sauea RALPH McGILL several distinguished Americans problem more than about This is a desperate sugges- conference his fifth in a
r \ MM Vie f I Ol Palltaer tt. "Un'Prii".was(Gft.) Cenetlt.tta p.lIl1tJae to a committee for the anything else, and' some old- tion, but something clearly little over a week.In .
preservation of the White timers even think somethingcan has to be done. The President a way, of course, the
II THE SUN'S POLICY House, but what is needed be done about it, though got back in town Fiday night press is his sport. Playing

t .. ">> 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns.' ".: RickoverHas more urgently is a committeefor they are not very sure. late after his tour of Illinois, question and answer with the

,' ''1| 2. Express the opinions of the Sun Inbut only in-editorials the preservation of the One idea, for example, is Indiana, Pennsylvania, Ken- reporters is almost his only
3. Publish ,all sides of important controversial issues. President.The that the Congress could passa tucky, and West Virginia, and diversion, and he's getting
'<_ joint resolution simply af- found himself with nothing to better at it all the time, but
The Sun's telephones All Departments-372-8441 : A man is a highcompression firming that the president is do Saturday before the Grid- after all even that is not a :
-t' "
Want Ads-376-4672. machine and as such iron dinner. of life.
an essential instrument of the very satisfactory way
runs better at high speed, but
lately he has been trying to national welfare, and stating
PointWASHINGTON that it is the sense of the Con-
settle every problem, shake
gress that he should pay more ON THE RIGHT
hands with every visitor, con-
Spirit of Disarmament attention to his wife.
fer with every senator, attend -

-f Thereare every public- dinner, and Mrs. Johnson should obvi-

Disarmament by agreement seems production of fissionable material two things today which dance with every lady in ously be chairman of any GoldwaterAnd

.!{ as remote as ever but now for the the explosive for nuclear weapons. trouble the Navy's con town. Committee for the Preserva-
science. One is the submarine "I'm the only president you tion of the President, but she
second time the United States and Thresher which disappearedwith have," he tells his visitors, would need help.
; the Soviet Union are cutting arms This is not a reduction on either 129 men aboard on but he doesn't act like it He '
side: existing stockpiles remain in- April 10, 1963. The other is a has made three speeches, held THE HEAD of the Secret.
but at the
.. spending, independently, tact. It is just the rate of increase quiet, slender, mild-mannered four press conferences, toured Service clearly should be a

: same time. that is being cut: Even this involvesno gray-haired wisp. of a man five states, opened the world's member of the committee.'He By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. ,
who is equally at home with Fair, and settled the railroad is now charged with the security -
t' real reduction in potential mili- the Greek philosophers, the strike. in the last eight days, of the President but is They did everything they porter Joseph Loftus of the
The first time was during the Eisenhower tary might. It just means neither Renaissance titans and 'nuclear and the week ended with a not doing a very good job. He could to kill him off in New New York Times. II

administration, when it side is going to continue to increaseits reactors, especiallythose fourth speech to the Gridiron is supposed to be the one man Hampshire, and very nearly

. looked to both countries as if they overkill capacity fast as it has installed in submarines. Club late Saturday night. in the government who 'can succeeded. Nor is it by any "AT THE PRESENT time,
would tell the President what to do, there is too much tendency J
There almost certainly
could have for
a "bigger bang abuck" been
doing. means a sure thing even now to write off
not now be a fleet of more THERE HASN'T been any- but Johnson simply brushes Goldwater. Dele- .
: : by cutting conventional forcesas into that Senator Goldwater will gates nominate and Gold- t
[ than 20 nuclear-powered Po- thing like this kind of explo- him aside and plunges
nuclear forces expanded. Later, This is happy perhapsmore be nominated in San Francisco water is very close to having 1
a augury laris submarines had not the sive energy in the republic the crowds, as he did in South
, the United States decided it had to for the spirit in which it is Congress of some years ago since the Alaska earthquake, Bend the other day where he although it would tax the the requisite numbers .If

:. again build up conventional forces to being done than for the actual accomplishment cut a piece of Navy red tape and the disturbing thing aboutit was almost suffocated by the fer conspiratorial to devise powers a way of to Luci-keep he wins will be in the California candidate,, eitherhe I
and retained the admiral is that he burns up almost crush.
j, have in local crises
more authority itself. It took a bit of him from it. he will name him" Nixon
when the Navy sought to as much energy on small Stan Musial, the resident
: where the force or threat of force was great-heartedness on both sides to he does big ."Mr President; Sir, Senator .
him and things on
pass over thereby as physical fitness chief of the Those are the facts slowly
t. on a less-than-nuclear scale. stage the, announcement in such a have him dropped from serve things. .. government, might also help. penetrating the minds of the Goldwater said he was \

way as to make it clear that each ice. A delegation of congressmen Lately the President has assassins who whistled away leading the pack.for the Re f J
publican nomination.
U Now once more simultaneous unilateral recognizes and welcomes what the complaining about the shown a vague interest in golf, from New Hampshire happily think he will be the Do you ,
ON APRIL 17 one of those importation of foreign shoes but this makes things even certain that they had left be- Republican I
arms limitation is taking other is doing and that each hopes nominee?" ". .1 think
many reports of committee gets the same intense treat- worse. Golf is a plague, invented hind them a corpse, only to )
: place. Both the Soviet Union and the the move will contribute to relaxa- he will be up there pretty
hearings came off the pressesin ment as the railroad negoti- by the Calvinistic Scotsas see the shadow of the victim t
': : United States are cutting back their tion of tensions. the government printing ators. A reception for the a punishment for man's looming up between them and high. .

house. There is such a floodof editors is not a handshakeand sins, and nobody has yet found the treasure of San Francisco. Had enough?

I: : these that few receive drink but a major speech, anybody in Washington the
more than a casual scanning.This a tour of the White House, a president can beat. "Why Goldwater is Gain- One must not, however, underestimate :
is true of the one of series of monologues and a This merely adds to his ing Ground" the title of an the strength of I

i Voice of the People April 17, which is a fairly dance. frustration. As General Eisenhower article in the current issue of the Establishment, which Is ,
U. S. News and World
Report. formidable. It is correct that
thick book containing Part His press conference out- discovered, it is easierto :1
Five of the testimony of doors last Thursday was a end the cold war or stampout ."Goldwater Dead, Eh- the nomination of Senator

. many organizations and in- filibuster, followed by a per poverty than to master the title of an editorial in the Goldwater would mean a very

==Ou The Sun's Opinion Page terested individuals in various sonally conducted tour of the this devilish pastime, so Mus- New York Daily News. considerable wrench in the

aspects of the nation's defense White House garden, followed isal will have to find some "In the next few weeks de- affairs of the Party, precisely -
weaponry, including bombers, again by another informal other diversion. velopments in the Barry because a) he is not the
: Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters candidate of the Eastern
I must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should missiles and submarines. press conference, while Sec- Goldwater drive for the GOP
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The retary of Defense McNamaraand BASEBALL is no good either. Presidential nomination will priesthood who have acted as
: Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or Testimony concerning the a group of senators and The President went to the produce solid evidence that he the Curia for the GOP for two
Intent. lost Polaris submarine generations; and because b)
representatives waited opening game between the will go into the San Francisco
: Family Tells and painted their Easter eggs that took weeks of planningto Thresher had been'made be- around behind the shrubberyto Washington Senators and the convention within shooting he comes from one end of the

earlier and all were broken. steal-a, mugger or a pick- fore the Joint Committee on see him on other ,matters. Los Angeles Angels, but as distance of victory" the ideological spectrum withinit
.t : Of Earthquake "We hope we never have to pocket or rapist might haveto Atomic Energy. The publication soon as he threw out the first lead sentence in a dispatch rather than from the mid-

experience something like. this leave his car and make of April 17 contained the EVEN WHEN he sleeps, ball, he gathered a quorumof from Washington columnistTed dle. But these problems, one
EDITOR, Sun Would you again. good his escape by, foot. first release of such testi- which isn't often he appar- the House and Senate Lewis. ."A growing traditional, ,the other ontological
I be interested in printing this They yet have about 15month's From my little observa- mony, which up to now has ently is restless. "Every night around him, sat between Sen- number of politicians believe 'do not appear to be

Alaska earthquake experience of service up there. tion point it looks as thoughthe been classified. An essential when,,I go to bed," he told a ator Dirksen and Minority Senator Barry Goldwater will weighing very heavily on the

: ,:of Ivan A. Tillman and MRS. I. B. TILLMAN proponents as well as opponents portion of it was given by delegation the other 'day, "I leader Halleck and began lob- enter the Republican National delegates themselves, whom
family? of this Silly Civil Admiral Rickover. Only one ask myself: 'What did we do bying for his civil rights bill. Convention with enough Mr. Goldwater continues to

: He is with the Air Force in Civil Rights Bill have little or no or two alert reporters dug out today that we can. point to Driving an automobile liberates strength to either win the pick up, block after block always -

: Anchorage and is the son of Rights genuine interest in better what he had to say about for generations to. come, to the President and it is Presidential nomination on assuming he wins in

Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Tillman. 'Stupidity' race relations. lack of individual responsibility say that we laid the founda- probably a mistake to deny the first ballot or to pick the California, with something in

: This is from a letter (re- Bias and prejudice- whichI being accountable for tion for a better and, more him the pleasure. If necessary, winner" lead in a dispatchby the neighborhood of 600 of the

&ntly) received ... to let us EDITOR, "Sun: As long as look on as a variety of men- many of the Navy's technical peaceful and more prosperBy the District of Columbia po- the prominent political re- 655 votes he needs.
and tal illness-will always be difficulties and the equally
hear of their safety ex demonstrations invoking civ-
inefficient condition in which WHO, AT THAT point, will
with us in varying degreesand
disobedience confinedto
:. perience.. ;They were all together in the South, such were pillars of will never be cured by much of Navy management in THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT say firm him Walter nay, merely to con-

: the, kitchen of their house, morality as the Kennedys, laws. It,is difficult for me to construction is transient.IN of American LJppmann's the-
ory history thata
which is the base when the the understand how our leader-
on Humphreys, New York ,:
: quake started, and say they Times and others, not only ship-both black and 'white- THE PUBLISHED testi- The President's Club nated right? winger cannot be nomi
thank God for their safety. condoned them but gave can be so stupid. mony the admiral said: "It

The city of Anchorage is them encouragement. JOHN W. HASTINGS is significant to me how few I take the opportunity to reiterate -

: really torn up. Most all areas Now that their own sacrosanct of the senior people in the a suggestion I made
responsible management posi- DAVID LAWRENCE In a sense the unions were party, euphemistically identi-
have large crevices where the areas have been invadedby about a year ago, W hick
There Giving Away: tions at the time of Thresh- deprived of their normal use fied as the "public interest.
: earth cracked up. on CORE and other organiza- WASHINGTON The much wonderment
er's loss had anything to do of economic power the opportunity It means nevertheless an arbi-
Government Hill where they tions thirsting for blood, we Sundays? exultant presentation by Pres- and some wrath down upon
to threaten the rail-
with her basic of
It is
trary usurpation
design. governmental
: were, the damage was minor. find these same exponentsof ident Johnson over televisionand my head. And that is this,
without lights and justice the black EDITOR Sun: This rare for an officer both to last roads with a huge financial power without the ex- that Senator Goldwater should
: They were imploring past radio Wednesday loss. This is the
heat all night, but didn't get leadership to "1 a y off." week end a large group of start and finish a job. night, announcing that theralli'oad gest a always labor union big-can plicit sanction of Congress. earnestly propose to General

: cold and were too scared to Drunk from the approbationof talented young people from ADMIRAL RICKOVER then strike had been set- wield.weapon The employers could INDEED, the "public interest" Eisenhower that he accept
whites in the G.H.S. chorus went to "the free collective- the nomination for the
sleep. high places'and a said "Much tled by vice
of the
: effortof bring about some financialh will not be fully served
: For five minutes they financed by lesser whites in State Convention in Daytona. the Court of Inquiry was bargaining process," didn't a r d s h fps for the workers until the. Congress, by law, presidency. (With'reference
: thought their house was going. the same areas, the inept Provisions were made to return directed to tell the whole story. In fact, to the constitutionality of the
finding out who through wage losses, but this defines and limits the right to
: outside but couldn't the Catholic Students to these words proposal General
CORE in in
They got leadership of one one respect Eisenhower -
was responsible for the de- is largely protected a g a inst strike on the railroads. As
: stand while the earth was of our most'populous sections Gainesville early for the opportunity sign of the Thresher; who were misleading. It would by strike and insurance funds things stand today, the exer- had secured" an'1ntormal
: rolling. By the time they got have planned a new approachin of attending church. made the fundamental tech- have been more accurate to and unemployment benefits cise of such a right could at ruling by the Justice Depart- ,
/ : out all their neighbors were its effort to win friends This was proper and should nical decisions; who author- have conceded frankly to the paid for by the railroads. time inflict a devastat- ment in 1960 which advised
outside and looked like. they and influence people. They have ben extended to all stu ized deviation from plans; American people that they While the railroads recog- ing any loss on the national him that an expresidentcould

.1 : were rowing in a canoe or now plan to stall cars and dents. who authorized deviation had just witnesses a dramatic nized that the dispute had to economy, with untold hard- run for the vice-presi I

were on a merry-go-round. impede traffic to the World's While Sunday is still r- from specifications., The inadequate example of coercive "medita- be settled and a strike averted ships to innocent bystanders.For dency without violating the
: Their car was rocking about Fair and the NY Mets ball garded as a Sabbath it ballast tank blow- tion." this didn't relieve themof as has happened before, 12th or 22nd Amendments.).
four feet forward and back- field. doesn't seem proper for school ing system is a case in point For both sides the r a 11- another financial strain there can be a strike threat at -
: ward the electric wires look- I wonder if have con- activities to encroach uponit. TO COMPRESS
they union
; Who is responsible? With the road and the representatives the amount of wage benefits any time on one unresolvedissue. drastically
: ed like jumping ropes. sidered some of tie possibil- This happens to many present Navy system this is negotiated with a and changes they would haveto As the United Press International the analysisGeneral Eisenhower
"We felt so drunk when it ities other than creating youngsters many times andI an almost impossible questionto club over their heads. This agree to for the future in pointed out in its could superbly balance
: was over, and still feel woozy, great reservoirs of good will. always have the feeling we answer. The nearest pressure was not revealed to order to satisfy the demandsof report on the terms of ''Senator GoHwater's ticiet
for we were having tremors Since this area enjoys an will one day ask "what hap can come is to that "the you the public, but the ' : that last a minute or more. unusually high incidence of pened to Sunday?" and The Navy is responsible say In ,other ers" knew that unless they that a political government are Railway Labor Act procedures who wonder whether the Sen-

All our dishes were broken crimes of violence it is high- Supreme Court will say, words, all can do is to agreed by the end of last naturally leans toward the which permit the unions ator has had enough experience -

: except some plastic ones. We ly probably that a hired killer '"Sunday? Why don't you re point to a you collectivity. .' week, the President wouldask labor side. to avail themselves of particularly in international -
got our snow shovel and shoveled might be impeded on his way member-you gave it away Congress to pass a law certain forms of protracted affairs. The problem

: up the pieces to the gar- to a "moider"-a car thief -little by little." There will almost certainly barring a rail strike while a THE PRESSURE on the application of the rules which course would be to persuadethe :!

: age. The children had dyed might have to abandon a car DOROTHY PRIEM be further examination into governmental process of set railroads, moreover, to reach "could take years to process General to accept. The

.... the construction of the Thres- tlement was put into effect some kind of agreement was proposals by either side to the argument that to accept such
her.There is a report in Wash- intensive for another reason. point where another shutdown a post would be undignifiedcould
POTOMAC FEVER ington that the Navy censor EACH SIDE had to estimate They couldn't know bow much of the railroads on these be countered by recajl-

may have overlooked this whether more would be more their costs might be if a issues could be threatened ing that John Quincy Adams,

: part of the testimony when gained or less acccomplished government established So, while the public reaction as ex-President, accepted a
Jack Wilson Cowl Washington Bureau
By he cleared it for publication. by letting Congress enact a board had power to fix the may be one of relief that for seat in the House of Representatives -
: of the American their usual
The Daughters Revolution cut five-day conven-
Certainly more questions will new law that would applynot working rules. the time being there is to be where he served
four The world is in good shape after all if it only takes
to days.
: tion pretty just for the but with
now be asked. Who did auth- emergency So, all in all, the railroad no catastrophe, the menacecan distinction.In .
:: the DAR. four days to save it. orize deviation from plans? continuously hereafter. Sucha representatives realized hat hardly be said to have

: Why were there deviation statute would give the gov- they could not bargain in the disappeared. If public opinon the last analysis, theGeneral's

: Soviet Ambassador Dobrynin is as worried about Laos as Dean Rusk is. from specifications? ernment power to prescribethe customary way and h o Id out isn't informed as to the dan- decision would de-

: Neither of them knows whether that's a troika over there, or a bulldozer. settlement of issues underan for better terms as the union gers the true nature of the pend on whether he believesit
SOME MONTHS before the e 1 a b orate machinery of representatives had done in settlement just reached and truly important, as several

loss of the Thresher, Admiral meditation and then arbitra- more than five years of jock- its implications nothing times he stated he thought it
I : President Johnson says Cuba will be sorry if they shoot at our photo planes. Rickover had stirred controversy tion.While eying in negotiations. A settlement will be done by the Presidentor was in connection with the

: We'll unleash Barry Goldwater. by reporting that manyof the threat to get Con- therefore, had to Congress until the next cri- proposed removal of John
the parts received in Polaris gress to enact new legislationwas come. But who was to say ina Kennedy from the White
construction did not defined in the few of critical sis.The House, to remove his succes-
: meet never conferences days parleys public is confrontedwith
Robert Forsythe of Minnesota may keynote the Republican convention. GOP
and bad to be at which which had to be the realistic sor-Democrat Lyndon John
specifications government proposals ac- fact that
: : "All right, fellows, let's not panic until we see if Jke has found any-
son. If Mr. Eisenhower thinks
redone by the Navy at great mediators were present, the cepted! Here the pressure by free collective bargaining has
: body else. expense.A idea was in the back of every- government appointed mediators been supplanted by coercive that the Democratic road is

body's mind constantly and came into play. It was "mediation," and this can to foreign calamity and local
: Now it comes out that the President looks in two mirrors when 'he reads his new underwater hunt for was made evident to the conferees simply a case of "take it or hardly be depended upon in socialism, would he, who so
: speeches with an occasional pause for reflection. the Thresher is expected to: in various ways. It was, leave lt i ," with a hidden the long run as a way to solve often has stressed the can of

:., be made this summer U it is indeed, the obvious alter.. warning. For, when the medi- major disputes. What has hap- duty have any right .to
possible to find enough, of ,the native. The problem of the ators spoke, everyone knew pened gives an uncomfortable refuse?
Republicans claim LBJ is promoting a phony prosperity to .win; the election. remains to sustain the theoryof railroads and,of the labor representatives they had behind them a club feeling of acquiescence in
Once it's over we'll all have to drive our own cars again, and try to cut down Admiral Rickover that the respectively, possessed by and about to be kind of benevolent dictator a .

on:the light bill. I hull and the ballast tank blow- during the negotiations, there- used by' the President him- ship. An explicit law setting And to think that, not long

-- ing system were inadequate, fore, was how to get the ut- self.This forth the limits to which both ago one of the promising new
President Johnson orders a study of selective service. He wants to find out then as one congressional most.advantage for each side of course isn't a "free sides can go in rail labor disputes popular vocal groups was one

whether the draft works.the. WAYGoV.. ,. Scranton, H ,', hopes' .< is will-or.' the. way Cas- spokesman said, all bell win without blocking! the road to collective bargaining pro- in the future is more called "The Crewcuts." (Atlanta -
: sius Clay knows it does. _(If break loose. final agreement- cess." It introduces a third then ever needed. Constitutionfo. )


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J 4 Gainesville Sun Monday, April 47, IVo4

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06 0i-aiUt5uille Rev. A. B. Cooper, Sr., father I .. F. Chi ds, Colored News Editor

S of Mrs. Anna C. Nealy, (instructor -: -
at Lincoln High School) died
.I I Il at his home in Eastville, Va.,. The Mother's Club of first The Pallbearers Lodge No.
l i ', i grade class ,"A" is having a 113 will meet at the Masonic
t, JOHN B. HAKB1SON rrcridcat aDd Friday morning, April 24. Funeral -
Oii, rabliiheri PAT COWLES. Vic President services will be held, at call meeting in the lunch room Hall on Tuesday at.8 p.m.
i ED JOHNSON Vie President Bethel A. M. E. Church East- today at 8 p.m. at the Duval The Pallbearers' Grand Un- &.
Florida's Beautiful and ExvtiT. EdrUrt W. G. (BID) Elementary School. ion is convening this week at ,v1' .
ville 28 at 1
EBERSOLE. Vie President and Ad Tuesday, April ,
PITTSB Director BOB ARTAGI During the meeting, plans 1902 ,Main St., at Tampa. Mrs.

I.. 1964 Gen 'University Citr'U Vie President ud CreuU p.m.Rev.. Cooper was a former: will be made for the children's F. D. Shannon, reporter.ers. "
I Manager. ,
Methodist n president of Edward Waters annual trip. c
business- Mrs. Betty Brown, president,
THE SUN'S POUCY College, Jacksonville, and pas--
'. fronted v tored some of Florida's leading is asking'all mothers to be ST.. AUGUSTINE NEWS

move sp L 1. Report the news fully and i impartially In the news coumns.zegregatl churches, after his tenure at present.'Mrs. L. V. McPherson, Founders' Day Program 'I X ,
\ 2. Express the 'opinion? of the Sun In-but only in-editorials Edward Waters College. Mter teacher; Mrs. Betty Brown, Founders' Day program of Florida

I lion men 3. Publish all sides. of important controversial 1 issues. leaving Florida in 1944 he join- president; Mildred Smith, re Normal College was held

Thechi! The Sun's telephones: All Departments- 41I' ed the Virginia Conference of porter. in Anderson Hall Chapel on the d ..
day asopened Ads-376-4672 the A. M. E. Church, and taughtin campus here last week. U t"i.
Want .
{ the Virginia School system HAWTHORNE NEWS Alumni and friends from : r I
ference ', Toy Shower Set sections of state were on
until he was superannuatedfrom many I'S''iSupei'ior
CivicM '. .- .<.. -f There will be given a toy occasion
I' the church several years the campus for the ,
to ead,a shower at the Shell Elementary ROTC Cadet
ago. Rev. Cooper was active in which featured an address by
on comp Spirit: of Disarmament ''- many fraternal and civic organ- School today at 8 pan, Otis D. Jones, assistant agency

docket'] \ izations, as well as life member The public is invited. director of the AfroAmericanLife Recipient of the Superior Cadet Decoration Award

: ;Bishop Disarmament by agreement seems production of fissionable material of the Frontiers of America, Program SuccessfulThe Insurance Co. in chargeof and the Outstanding Cadet Award for ROTC Sum-

V,.. Angeles: I It as remote as ever, but; 'now for the the xpl sive for nuclear weapons. and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraterni Public sponsored Relation by the Shell Pro the East Coast and managerof mer Camp Training, Cadet Lt. Col. Barry R. Moore,
: gram,
t general the Miami District. of Riverside, N. J., poses during Annual Awards'Day
-I slst upd second time the United States and ty.He is survived by his widow, Elementary School yesterdayat Words of greetings were extended with the two "first ladies" of the Florida A&M
mark of This is not a reduction on either Mrs. Maggie D. Cooper East- 3 p.m., at the Mt., Zion Officers' To his left is
the Soviet Union are cutting arms visitors by attorney D. University Training Corps.
I ,we shou side: existing stockpiles remain, in- ville; children: Dr. A. B. Cooper A.M.E. Church was, very successfuL -W. Perkins of Jacksonville, on Miss Faye Amanda Boyd, Pensacola, "Miss ROTC"for

.Ping. Um< spending, independently, but at the tact. It is just the rate of increase Jr., Atlanta, Ga.; ClarenceB. Principal Oliver Hugh Jones behalf of the college's board of 1963-64, and to his right, Mrs. Pearl W. Gore,

-Highi 4 same time. that is being cut. Even this involvesno Cooper, Buffalo, N. Y.; Mrs. the guest speaker on this trustees; the Rev. L. T Whit- wife of the university's president and a lieutenant

'et .is al real reduction in potential military Edythe C. Rambeau, Grand was occasion whose address was locke in behalf of the FMC faculty colonel in the corps.
Central; Rapids, Mich.; Henry T. Cooper -
: some 3.i The first time was during the EisI might. It just means neither Richmond, Va.; and Mrs. most interesting. ; 0. W. Knowles, presi- Augusta, Ga., where she was ble, I; Boys' Ensemble, II, (excellent .

United ]I : enhower administration, when it side is going to continue to increaseits Anna C. Nealy, Gainesville; dent of the Alumni Associationand called because of the illness of ); Est e II a Walton, Ii;
PLANS PROGRAMThe president of Florida Memorial f
her sister. Mrs. Moe Frances Franses Jenkins II.
is one looked to both countries ,as if they overkill capacity as fast as it has several grandchildren, other
Undenominational Choirs Club and James Hale of :
relatives and friends. ; McDonald.Rev. Then on Saturday April 13, the
geograpSome could have' a "bigger bang for a been doing. Union will present its program, the student body. and Mrs. L. A. Tillman, choraleers journeyed to Quincy,

buck" by cutting conventional forces entitled "Choirs in Parade". at Mrs. Versie Dixon and Mrs. for the state festival and came

lion.shlvolunta voiced as nuclear forces expanded. Later, This is a happy augury perhapsmore MAXIE WILLIAMS the Johnson Chapel Baptist AILING AT HOME Blanche John son recently returned -back with very good ratings.:

l : the United States decided it had to for the spirit in which it is Final rites for Maxie Williams Church today at 8 p.m. Mrs. Adrilla Nelson, a member to the city from the Also the members of band wentto
: of Alachua, who died April of Pallbearers' Lodge No. State Convention. Palatka for the district festival -
build conventional forces to done than for the actual
again up being ac- CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS 113 is at her home 704 made rat-
17 at the Veterans Administration ailing they very good
'MON1Souther have more, authority in local crises complishment itself. It took a bit of Hospital in Lake City, Mt. Pleasant Methodist N. W. 12th Street. Mrs. F. D SPECIAL NOTICE ings and then on Friday, April

I where the force or threat of force was great-heartedness on both sides to following a lingering illness,, will meet' today in the dining Shannon, reporter Recently the New Farmers of 17, the band participated in the

: ,for wa! on a less-than-nuclear scale. stage the announcement in such a were conducted Saturday at 2 room, 7:30 p.m.; and there will America judging team partici- state festival and received very
be mid-week Prayer Service to- in livestock and good ratings.On .
from the St. Matthews SPECIAL NOTICE pated judging
.. way as to make it clear that each p.m.
morrow, 7:30 p.m. Won't you Pallbearers' Lodge No. 113 poultry at the Florida State FairinTampa.There
Church with the
Baptist Thursday night April 16
.f unilateral -
Now once more simultaneous recognizes and welcomes what the come and pray with us for just 56
Milton & Rev. S. K Lumpkin will hold its meeting at the were the New Farmers of America
limitation is taking other is doing and that each hopes one hour? Rev. W. M. Ferguson
arms of the
Shov; officiating. Interment followedin Masonic Hall on Tuesday at 8 schools represented, out (chapters A and B) sponsoredtheir
molZ: place. Both the Soviet Union and the the move will contribute to relaxa- the Newnansville Cem pastor. p.m. There will be the electionof 56 participating, A. L. Mebane annual Father Son ban-

rel: United States are cutting back their tion of tensions. etery. Mt. Carmel Baptist There officers. Mrs. F. D Shan- Chapter "A" rat e d 4th place, quet. This banquet consisted ofa
will be mid-week Meditation
and received a cash award for
Mr. Williams is survived wonderful dinner and
care by non, reporter. a pro-
... Services tomorrow, 7:30 pjn. the amount of $12.50. The team
'men. his widow, Mrs. Ada Williams, gram which was enjoyed by ev
: I 10 children, Bishop Williams, BROOKER NEWS was made up from the 11th eryone.On .
ings"r HIGH SPRINGS NEWSTo class Willie Brown, Alfred
Milton Williams, Mrs. MaryLee IndisposedMrs grade Friday night, April 24,
Conduct ServicesThe
and N t h ni el
Roberts a a
' ; Voice of the People Brooks, Mrs. Margegere Mt. Carmel Methodist Queen Cooper and Mrs. :I Gainey. Brown, rated high the Student Council sponsoredits

If107- Merrlcks, Mrs. Marie Lee, Church with Rev. M. J. John- Leola Hart are ill at their points individual and has been annyal Green and Gold Ball.

; Lee Cooper, Emitt Williams, son, pastor, will be host at the homes. Their friends are asked ]I chosen: first three high pointer. At this ball the boy and girl with
I Williams, four sisters, Mrs.. visitation of two congregationsas to visit them. the highest average from
The first three high pointerswill
:1 tt =On The Sun's Opinion Page Lucy ,Nickols, Mrs. Etta Armstrong follows: Today at 8 p.m., make up the state judging grades 10-12 were honored. Friday -

Mrs Cally Williams, Rev. L. A. Tillman and his HIGH SPRINGS NEWS I earn, which will represent was observed as green and

t Opinions and comments of- Sun readers are welcome in the :Voice of the People column. Letters Mrs. Australia Bellamy, 36 congregation; and Tuesday at To Conduct Services .Florida at the National Conven- gold day.

must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should grandchildren, 6 great-grand- 8 p.m., also Elder Hugh Anderson The Mt. Carmel. Methodist ;ion in Atlanta, Ga. during the Note of CongratulationMrs.
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. TheN children other relatives and and his congregation. Church with Rev. M. J. John-
irst week in October with all expenses -
k Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning j
-&"-_ friends. Everyone is invited to enjoy son, pastor, will be host at the ] paid. S. J. McCaslin, Advisor Willie Mae Postell would
,with us the fellowship of these visitation of two congregations like to congratulate the student
; : Family Tells and painted their Easter eggs that took weeks of planningto m em berships and pastors. as follows: Monday at 8 pjn., body for such good participation
earlier and all were broken. steal-a mugger or a pickpocket MRS. JANIE NIBLACK Williams and Black
Messrs. in the
lunchroom and this
Rev. L. A. Tillman and ended hopes
congre- six weeks
The fifth on
J : Of EarthquakeEDITOR "We hope we never have to or rapist might haveto Final rites for Mrs. Janie
; reporter. and at 8 I
experience something like this leave his car and make Niblack of LaCrosse, who died gation; p.m.Fuesday, April 21, examinations
f: :.. Sun: Would you again. good his escape ,by foot.I April 20 at her home followinga i NOTICE Elder Hugh Anderson and con ,were administered the same National llis'Week! Is be-

:. tbe interested in printing this They 'yet have about 15 From my little observa- lingering illness, were con- gregation. iay. ing observed at Mebane during
t': Alaska earthquake experience months of service up there. tion point it looks as thoughthe ducted Saturday from the St. I The City-Wide BeauticiansClub Everyone is invited to enjoy On Saturday, March 29, the the week of April 20-27. Signs
will meet at the Powder with us the fellowship of these :Mebane Chroleers participatedin and posters were put aroundcampus
of Ivan A. Tillman and MRS. I. B. TILLMAN proponents as well as opponents Paul Baptist Church with the .
% '.' ;family? ,"f ',' .0* of this Silly Civil Rev. Odum officiating.. Interment Box Shop today at 7:30p.m.; memberships and pastors. Mes- j the district chorus festival I representing this event.

He is with the Air Force in Civil Rights Bill} have little or no followed in the Newnans- I During the meeting there srs Williams and Black, report-I held at Fessenden High School, Since Miss 0 n e d e r Hunt's
Rights'Stupidity' interest in better :will be plans 'made for the ]Vlartin. Their ratings were as have
Anchorage, and is the son of genuine ville Cemetery. presence we really enjoyed -
I. relations. Mrs. Niblack is survived State Beauticians'- Association PERSONALS j rollows: her being of
Mr. and Mrs. I. B* Tillman. race by a a part ,us. Miss
This is from a letter (recently Bias' and prejudice- whichI daughter-in-law, Mrs. Thelma that will be held at Tampa Mrs. Mattie Belton recently Mixed chorus, -, (Superior); .Hunt is a student: at Edward

.. ) received ... to let us EDITOR, Sun: As long as look on as a variety of men- Niblack, one granddaughter, May 17-21. returned to Gainesville from !light singing, I; Girls' Ensem- Waters College, Jacksonville,

L': hear of their safety and ex- demonstrations invoking civ- tal Illness-will always be Mrs. Reatha Bell Niblack, one I doing her internship at Mebane,

.perience. il disobedience were confinedto with us in varying degreesand great-granddaughter, Miss Carolyn major-Biology. Miss Hunt says,
I- They were all together in ,the South, such pillars of will never be cured by l Jones, other relatives and THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT "I think that Mebane is a well
: the kitchen of their house, morality as the Kennedys, laws. It is difficult for me to friends. organized school, the instructors -
which is on the base, when the the Humphreys, New York understand. how our leader- and students are very niceto

: quake started, and say they Times and others, not only ship-both black and white- JOHN WILLIAMS get along with." We wish her
thank God for their safety. condoned them but gave can be so stupid. Funeral services for John The President's Clubparty much success in her teaching

: The city of Anchorage is them encouragement.Now JOHN W. HASTINGS Williams, of 1019 N. W. 5th areer.

: really torn up. Most all areas that their own sacro- Ave., a pioneer citizen of Ala
have large,crevices where the sanct areas have been invadedby Giving Away chua County, were held' at the By DAVID LAWRENCE In a sense the unions were euphemistically identified MAID MADE
craciced deprived of their normal use as the "public interest."
: earth up.' There on CORE and other organiza- Mt. Herman Baptist Church WASHINGTON The
Government Hill, where they tions thirsting for blood, we Sundays? Sunday at 2:30 with Elder Pres- of economic power the opportunity It means nevertheless an arbi-
p.m. exultant presentation by
the minor. to threaten the rail-- trary usurpation of THE SCENEMIAMI
: were, damage was find these same exponentsof James C. Williams televisionand govern-
offociating. ident Johnson over
They were without lights and justice imploring the black .EDITOR, Sun: This past interment followed in the Pine radio last roads with a huge financialloss. mental power without the explicit -
: heat all night, but didn't get leadership to 'IJ a y off." week end a large group of Grove Cemetery. night, .announcing Wednesday.that the This is always the big- sanction of Congress. (APMrs.) Howard
: cold and were too scared to Drunk from the approbationof talented young people from gest weapon a labor union can Scharlin is still doing her own
,railroad strike had been set-
wield. The employers could INDEED, the "public inter: housework and still is
whites in looking
sleep. high places and the G.H.S. chorus went to a ..JA.'IESVEST tled "the free collective-
: For five minutes they financed by lesser whites in State Convention in Daytona. by bring about some financialh est" will not be fully served for a maid.
thought their house was going. the same areas, the inept Provisions were made to re- West of LaCrosse, died Sunday bargaining process, didn'ttell a r d s h ips for the workers until the Congress, by I a w, She had advertised for a week
after the whole In fact
a story.
lingering ,
outside but through wage losses, but this defines and limits the right to when "Millie" showed
They got couldn't leadership of CORE in one turn the Catholic 'Students to Funeral arrangements will be in one respect these words up Fri!
stand while the earth of most sections is largely protected a g a inst strike on the railroads. As
was our populous Gainesville early for the op-
announced later the Duncan misleading. It would day.The
by were
: .rolling. By the time they have by strike and insurance funds things stand today, the exer- woman
got planned a new approachIn portunity of attending church. Brothers, Morticians. have been more accurate to young was quiet,
out, all their neighbors were its effort to win friends This was proper and should have conceded frankly to the and unemployment benefits cise of such a right could at well mannered and appeared to

outside and looked like they and influence people. They have been extended to all stu BOOKER MOSES, American people that they paid for by the railroads. any time inflict a devastating be good with children, said Mrs.
were rowing in a canoe or now plan to stall cars and dents.! Moses of the had dramatic While the railroads recog- loss on the national Scharlin.She .
settlement witnesses
Copeland just a
nized that the
were on a merry-go-round. impede traffic to the World's While Sunday is still regarded died Saturday after a example of coercive "medita- dispute had to economy, with untold hard- hired "Mime" on the spot
be settled
: Their car was rocking about Fair and the NY Mets ball as a Sabbath itdoesn't brief illness. Funeral tion." and a strike avert- ships to innocent bystanders.For and left her with the baby.
Is ; four feet forward and back field.I seem proper for school ments will be announced arrange-later ed, this didn't relieve themof as has happened before, Later in the afternoon Mrs.
sides the i 1-
For both r a another
ward the electric wires look wonder if financial strain there can be a strike threat at Scharlin tried
; they con- activities to encroach uponit. by the Duncan Brothers Morti to call home. The
\ ed like jumping ropes. sidered some of the possibil- This happens to .m any cians., road and' the union representatives the amount of wage benefits any time on one unresolved line was busy. After several
"We felt so drunk when it ities other than creating youngsters many times andI negotiated with a and changes they would haveto issue. As the United Press International more attempts, she called a

: was over, and still feel woozy, great reservoirs of good will. always have the feeling we JOHN WILLIAMS club over their not heads.revealed This to agree to for the future in pointed out in its neighbor.A .

I : for we were having tremors Since this area enjoys an will one day ask "what happened Funeral services for Wil-- pressure was order to satisfy the demandsof report on the terms ofWednesday' check of the house showed
the public, but the "bargainers" the unions. knew .
: that last a minute or more. unusually high incidence of to Sunday?" and The liams, of 1019 NW 5th Ave., knew that unless they that They settlement, there it to be wide open with the baby

: All our dishes were broken crimes of violence it is high- Supreme Court will say, were held from the Mt. Herman agreed by the end of last naturally a political leans toward government the are cedures Railway which Labor Act the pro- howling. "Millie" was missing.So .

f : except some plastic ones. We ly probably that a hired killer "Sunday? Why don't you re- Baptist Church Sunday. week, the President would labor side. to avail permit themselves unions of was about $5,000 worth of
got our snow shovel and shov- might be impeded on his wayto member-you gave it away Rev. James Williams officiated. ask Congress to pass a law certain forms of clothing and jewelry.
( eled up the pieces to the gar- a "moider" car thief -little by little." Duncan Brothers Morticians rail strike while protracted Police were searching for
barring a a THEPRESSURE on the application of the rules which
age. The children had dyed rnighj have to abandon a car DOROTHY PRIEM were in charge. of set "Millie" and Mrs. Scharlin is
governmental process railroads, moreover, to reach "could take years to process
tlement was put into effect. some kind of agreement was proposals by either side to the looking fOr a new maid.

: : intensive for another reason. point where another shutdown -
: : f : POTOMAC FEVER EACH SIDE had to ,esti They couldn't know bow much of the railroads on these SMOKINGPROFITS

...J mate whether more would be more their costs might be if a issues could be threatened.
." t > gained or less acccomplished government established So while the
By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau public reaction
: : ?, .'A u The Daughters of the American Revolution cut their usual five day convent by letting Congress enact a board had power to fix the may be one of relief that for

T | 4r:> tion to four days. The world is in'Pretty good shape after all, if i it j[t only takesn new law for that the would applynot but working rules.So the time being there is to be CHICAGO (AP) SmokIng -
just emergency all in all, the railroad no catastrophe, the menace
t I the DAR four days to it.
? : its
despite physical hazards
:. continuously hereafter. Sucha representatives realized that can hardly be said to have
.. ;; --. statute would give the government they could not bargain in the disappeared. If public opinon on humans, turns a sizeable *

I :' .j I, Soviet Ambassador Dobrynin Is as worried about Laos as Da: Rusk is. >-,' -. power to prescribethe customary way and h o Id out isn't informed as to the dan- profit for the Internal

:::- .i Neither of them knows whether that's a troika over: there, or a bu Jdozer. settlement of Issues underan for better terms as the union gers the true nature of the Revenue Service.
e I a b orate machinery of representatives had done in settlement j Just reached and Revenue from tobacco tax-

: meditation and then arbitra- more than five years of jock- its implications nothing es rose to a record $2.1 billion -
:. _:;" President Johnson says Cuba will be sorry if they shoot at our j)hoto planes. tion.While eying in negotiations. A settlement will be done by the Presidentor daring 1963.

: : We'll unleash Barry Goldwater. the threat to get Congress therefore. had to Congress until the next cri The 47 states which levy a

e,. _.. to enact new legislationwas com But who was to say ina sis.The tobacco tax collected an

:., Robert Forsythe of Minnesota may keynote the Republican conv ention. GOP never defined in' the con- few days of critical parleys public is confrontedwith additional $1.1 bfflioa dur-

: keynote: "All right, fellows, let's not panic until we see if Ike has I found any- ferences at which government which proposals had to be accepted the realistic fact that big the year for a new record -
r ,s body else." mediators were present, the ? Here the pressure by free collective bargaining has amount.

0 E ;, .- J._, idea was in the back of every- government appointed medi- been supplanted by coercive The federal .
I .-!: body's mind constantly and ators, came into play. It was "mediation," and this can collections govern.fluent's
J- Now it 'comes out that the President looks in two mirrors when ]te reads his was made evident to the con- simply a case of "take it or hardly be depended upon in from tobacco
:r speeches with an occasional pause for reflection. ferees in various ways. It was, leave it," with a hidden the long run as a way to solve taxes were $400 million

ef; Lt:: Indeed, the obvious alter- warning. For, when the mediators major disputes. What has hap higher than in 1953. -
=1. 1' m 0.'<.; native. The problem of the spoke, everyone knew pened gives an uncomfortable New York collected $i23.$
.. Republicans claim LBJ is promoting a phony prosperl.ty to win 1,he election. railroads and of the labor rep- they had behind them a club feeling of acquiescence in a million last year and more

:: Once it's over we'll all have to drive our own cars. again, and try t;o> cut.down. ;""- resentatives, respectively, possessed by and about to be kind of benevolent dictator- than doabled Its decade-ago
:, ; on the light bill. < -i'-- during the negotiations, there- used by the President him ship. An explicit law sett ing tobacco tax 'figure of $ !.(

: fore, was how to get the ut- self. forth the limits to which both million.California. .
I ,President Johnson orders a study o f selective service. He want!*ttofindout most advantage for each ,side This, of course, isn't a "free sides can go in rail labor disputes didn't tax tobac-

: whether the draft works the way.l<>v., ,.Scranton hopes. ,is. will--.-. or:. t.he,, way Cas- ; without blocking the road to collective bargaining pro- in the future is more 4 co in 1953. It took $70.5 million
'sius i 'Clay knows it "' ''' L --*' "x.'- *'* ** ?' < "
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;; J onday, ,.April 27, 1964 Gainesville Sun 5

I 1 Churches Meet In The I Aid to Viet Nam Political. .' r "' r .IF

) _' t .! ; i t ," .... I
kf!i( AttentionTurns : : c : : 1 : : .' '. :" : .. ;

I t On Racial Issues CapitolWASHINGTON Tops $3 BillionWASHINGTON to Pa., : : : .1 ,'V'..., ( I;

PITTSBURGH (AP) The action a stronger stand on civil (AP) In the (AP-Cumu- liance for Progress for Latin PHILADELPHIA (AP-Na. 0' Your .
1964 General Conference of the rights. news from Washington: lative U.S. aid to South 'VIet America where economic plansare tional Republican leaders and guide
I"" Methodist Church opens formal Commissioners (delegates) .to Nam has topped $3 billion In a supposed to be developed political observers will focus
business sessions today confronted the General Assembly of the GLASS SUBS: Most people program now markedly differ- carefully with an eye to long- their attention on Tuesday's for November
:i with a challenge to remove Presbyterian Church in the U.S. would never think of building ent from any other U. S. aid effort -range gains. Pennsylvania primary to see
speedily any mark of (Southern) adopted Saturday a deep-diving submarines out of around the world.
rl' 2. US willingness to how big a write-in Gov. WilliamW.
I I segregation among Its 13 mil general policy favoring the civil The difference stems from its up The New YorkTimes
,., lion members. glass. But the Navy disclosed the Vietnamese economy in a Scranton gets for the Repub-
rights movement but couldn'tagree
, it is than close link with the campaign to general not aid lican presidential nomination.
today doing more way confining
i : The challenge issued on a plan of action.
was Sunday Handbook
thinking.. stamp out Communist guerrillas. to selected projects. Scranton has not encouragedthe X Election
JM as some 900 delegates Still facing the assembly, It shows up in ways such 3. Use of economic aid funds write-in drive.
f opened their highest judicial body of the
conference The Navy told The Associated as: for 1964
J in Pittsburgh's vast 937,000 member denomination, antiguerrilla propaganda There were no presidential
its scientists had scored 1. Top priority on material
; Civic Arena. The conference is is a resolution calling for the Press that will support operations, such as candidates on the ballots, but
improvements start
11 to ead about May 9, dependingon merger of three all-Negro pres- encouraging results in tests of providing thousands of special state Republican leaders hope a New 192-page manual, concisely and authoritativelywritten
completion of the legislative byteries with all-white units. glass model subjected to pressures benefiting South Vietnamese. vil- radios and drafting surrender strong write-in for the wealthy, bye political team of New York TimM writers...
docket. The assembly agreed to hold up to 300,000 pounds per lages this year.-not next year appeals. 46-year-old industrialist will Ig- tells who's who In state politics...what's what In nation

3\ ; Bishop Gerald Kennedy of Los its future'meetings only in In- square inch. or the year after. This contrasts 4. Scattering U.S. aid personnel nite a draft movement for him. al party conventions...outlines positions of!leading con-
with other like the AIWet
I Angeles:r told tegrated churches but refused programs through the countryside to tenders in both major parties on war and peace, civil
delegates "thist The tests described at
are as .
t general 'conference should insist 240-157, to apply the policy to an early stage in the researchand spread American assistance at Scranton, who had to be persuaded rights taxes, other election issues.
to for twa
next year's sessions because the grass roots. More than 200 run governor
upon the removal of any development Weather New York Times Election Hlndboc*"-I" convenient : -
[ mark of racial contracts had been signed with process. I are now in the provinces, manyof years ago, has often said he is "The
r .we should do it segregation without and the segregated Second Presby- TIT FOR TAT: Sen. Frank J. I them picked more for their not a candidate, that he does not pocket.size paperback edition-is designed,to help
t\; lag time." wast- terian church in Memphis. How- Lausche says the U.S.supportedSouth : ability to work with natives want the nomination and would keep you on top of 1964 election developments with Its
ever, the assembly passed a Vietnamese troops should Covers East than for any special technicalskill. take it only in the event of a state.by.state political tables, national election maps,
: High on the conference dock'el.Is resolution urging the Memphis i retaliate when attacked by sincere and unengineered draft.A handy convention scoring charts. Use this coupon todayto

I/ .- abolition of the church's church to drop its racial bar- crossing the border into North By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The massive U.S economicand Scranton-for-President committee get your copy.
Central Jurisdiction
embracing riers before the 1965 meeting. Viet Wet and weather
Nam and striking at the cloudy coy assistance
-. some Negroes in the arms program, met in Kansas City Sun-
375,000 Viet and ered broad areas in the eastern -- - - - ,
United 1 States. The jurisdiction Cong supplies ammu- which got going after the Indo- day and said the outcome of the '
I. Glad to PayFishing nition dumps. half of the nation today with | Election Handbook 1
is one of six. The others are Chinese states became indepen- primary here would not affectits
The Gainesville Sun
more drenching rains in the dent in 1954, totaled $29 billion efforts. | {
geographical.Some The North Vietnamese Communists

Fine central Gulf Coast and in mostof Box 57 Gainesville, Florida
I fr Southern delegates have should not be allowedto the Mississippi Valley. by the end of fiscal year 1963. Scranton's administrative assistant | I

.yolged! ..the belief that Integra- CORSICANA, Tex. (AP) have "a privileged sanctu- Heavy rains over the week- It amounts to about $400 mil William Keisling, told I Enclosed is my check or money order (no 1
, tion should be on a local and Game warden John Gerganess ary," the Ohio Democrat said in end caused. of lion a year now, around half the Kansas City meeting that I stamps, please) for copies of "The I
voluntary I 'basis.MONTREAT .- rescued a man he saw going uDder discussing the war in South Viet rivers and streams flooding some the economic and.half military, not write-in votes for Scranton "are | New York Times Election Handbook 1964" at I
for the third time in the Nam with Sen., Hugh Scott, R- Mississippi coast. Rainfall in counting the expenses of some expected to be microscopic." | 95 cents per copy. .
Navarro Mills Reservoir.On Pa., on a program recorded for; 15,000 U.S. servicement there. While the write-in campaignhas I
Biloxi measured about
I N.C. (AP) seven Name -
Pennsylvania radio and television The Johnson administration is ;
shore the warden noticed drawn attention
inches'Sunday. nationally, 1
Southern Presbyterians looked
that Nelton Tarrent of stations. planning some step-up in the aid the for the Democratic Address
Italy, I fight -
for ways today to translate into Thunderstorms which struck 1 {
effort and is urging other countries -
Tex. had in his Senate nomination has struck
\ possession a Scott agreed, saying "you
Pensacola, Fla., Sunday night I {
to join in. Among those City State ---
of bass. the most in the
string under-legal-size sparks common
ought not to admit that there is dropped nearly 3H inches of
POLICIES. Tarrent didn't when supplying some assistance so wealth. I
for to hide
privilege people
any rain in a six-hour period. The far Australia Britain Can- __ __ ___ ___ _
t Should be reviewed to County Judge Kenneth Douglas behind somebody else's line, heavy rain belt over most of the are The seat is held by Republican __ _
revoked his license ada, France, West Germany, Scott who is to
make certain that limitsare fishing until strike us and then run away. Mississippi Valley extended Hugh expected
Malaysia, New Zealand and ''
September-he even smiledas win' renomination. State Supreme -
high enough to take he paid a $25 fine. But Sen. Frank Church, D- through, the Missouri Valley. i South Korea. Court Justice Michael A.
care' of rising prices, in __.w Idaho, said on the recorded tel- Light, showers splashed most Spear-heading the U.S. aid Musmanno, the organization
of the Ohio Valley and drizzle
.merchandise and build- WATER and ICE TEA evision program "Youth Wantsto I program is a counterinsurgency candidate, and Genevieve Blatt,
ings. GLASSESFor Know" that these tactics and ,light rain, was reported in I plan costing about $30 mil state internal affairs secretary, NOW AT JIM VOYLES
could result in "a hopeless en- the upper Great Lakes region II lion another $30 mil- have
Motels & Restaurants I a year plus waged hardy campaignfor
HAYTHORNE and in the northwest of
the end of which is quarter
tanglement lion worth of U.S. surplus food. the Democratic nomination.
" Insurance Agency SPENCECHEMICAL difficult to see." the nation.
Two tornadoes struck in
SUPPLY CO. areas
107 N. Main
FR 2-1433
FR 2-2185 INQUIRY: The Senate-House Texas Sunday as strong winds

( _u__ Atomic Energy Committee will, buffeted many sections of the
look into President Johnson's state. Re-doing it yourself?

I. KIDS! DON'T MISS THEGAINESVILLE'S plan to slow down the rate at Early morning temperatures
which the United States is add ranged from the 20s in the northern
ing to its stockpile of fissionable rockies to 80 in southern Get an HFCHouseholder's.

,; nuclear material.In Florida. Loan

announcing the study Sun-
day on a radio program, Sen. Indecent Raise? Repair, redecorate, refurnish.
Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash., Do it all and do it DOW with an

said Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, NEW DELHI, India (AP- HFC Householder's Loan. Get
chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Over Socialist cries of "immoral" cash for room additions, kitchen

DISPLAY SINCE GATOR GROWL! Staff, will be called to testify. and "indecent," membersof remodeling-even furniture and
Parliament voted 140-11( last appliances. Borrow with

Soviet weekend to increase their year- oldest and d
Paper confidence from
around monthly salaries from
WED.-8:15 P.M. $84 to $105 and their al- most experienced company of
I : daily
Asks ':\ aTouch icon lowances while, in session from its kind: Household Finance. JHrEEiEl

$4.41 to $6.50.:

I April 29Hi-Citizen's Field Ave.'

MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet' PROPANE Borrow up to $600

ENTERTAINMENT REFRESHMENTS Union has put out a help wanted Take up to 24 months to repay

I and a personal appearanceand sign creativity.The for 'some. Madison Avenue LP.mifs Ask about Credit Life Insurance on loan at group rate

I short talk ,by
government newspaper HOTTER THAN
Izvestia has complained that NATURAL GAS -- tf .

I SCOTT the Soviet Union's smatteringof Cook & Heat Water
advertising is boring and 107 University Ave., 2nd Floor
r cheerless and isn't bringing in Low Cost PHONE: FRanklin 6-4524

the customers. FR 6-5110 lorn: Monday ftn Thursday MO ta 5-30-FrMay tJO ft 7 ,...

KELLY Izvestia is edited by the wide

ly traveled Alexei Adjhubei,I -- ---4 [
Premier Khrushchev's son-in-

CANDIDATE forGOVERNOR I law.Too often Russian shoppers do I VI. PROOF OF THE TRUTH I

t. .
not know products are available

I because they aren't advertised, :

l Free AdmissionPlan Izvestia complained. When ads
do appear they aren't very in- This Is the sixth of a caries exposing the pin of RALPH TURLINGTON TO
Now To Attend spiring, the paper said, citing become "MR. BIG of Alachua County. Previous. ads discussed CFBU

such examples as "Tea is a

useful and tasty drink" and I. Annexation (Heart of Plan)
I: Pd Adv. "Use the ,services of railway' ..v, II. Formation and Use of CAA As Vehicle What a bargain! Big.418 pound size.Has true zero

.u transport." I' .f I 't| III. Control of City Government by CAA '. zone cold plus Meter-Miser economy and Frigid-
;I : IV. Reapportionment and Greater Control Com
I i r aire quality and dependability throughout.
I V. Attempt to strip Right lo Vote On School Supeini .naent vn cc.
1: plete food security for alf your frozen foods.

It is to be hoped that each of you have now begun to get LOW DOWN PAYMENT

J ALWAYS WELCOME the full picture of the overall scheme of Representative furlmgron
I M to seize full control of the political activities of our county. Thisis EASY TERMS
rag a true but unfortunate history of known facts. What other secret

activities had been planned, carried out, or are being carried out

-- are not publicly known, except for the, additional facts related
today and tomorrow. This is truly the case of a man losing sight SPOILAGE WARRANTY! \
'- < .c:.___= i of the that elected him and himself rather
Ohl aap4uvu.u.r o.sa. > None stronger offered by any maker. Covers food \
1 than the people. S losses of $5 or more resulting from freezer failure. /

C No top money limit!

I \, Representative Turlington's public acts (for example, in the (
t matters relating to annexation, reapportionment and the Alachua
APRIL 15 1964
4 tive Turlington's vehicle of control publicly sponsored two more

County School Superintendent's Office, among others) in them-
ASSETS LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL selves conclusively demonstrate his effective concentration of r
authority in himself to the detriment of the interests of the people

Loons and Discounts 2700280.72 Deposits . . 5173445.27 of this county.

I Unearned Discount 123.897.-26
Furniture and Fixtures 102100.75 c
I Other.. Liabilities ., 76614.99 It is also well known that in March of this year, Representa s
ondidates for the City Commission of Gainesville. Much war
U. S. Gov. Securities 2175368.51 .
1 150000.00
spent in this heated race in an effort to get these two candidates .

Other Securities 246,952.57 ,'. Surplus 150.000.00Undivided elected over the candidates of the other bloc. Too much we:
..- spent by both blocs in this race.I .
tlfD-tt.64 IIFD-1U4
Cash and Due Profits . 44,888.55 I I 11.55 CL to 13.75cL ft.

From Bonks . . 493558.96 Compact uprlght-404-Ih. Convenient upight418size. -
"Reserves 44692.13 389,5.80.68 I am not and will not be a member of any bloc or'group, Choose right or left Ib. size 5 shelves Including -

Other Resources . 45276.69 LIABILITIES AND because no one can serve the interests of a group or bloc and band door. bulky package bin.
TOTAL >the interests of all of the people at the same time. .
TOTAL ASSETS $5.763,538.20 .CAPITAL . $5,763.538.20 .. .o I"I. -c"r. ,I Open Monday & Friday Til 9 P.M. (
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'JOHN E. PERSON ... .. .. President Dr., ,Edwin H. Andrews Paul- A. Johnson ,1.;.:.:) JIM VOYLESAPPLIANCE

W. GERALD GREEN Executive V. President! ,John T. Brasington G. Grier Kirkpatnck ::; ,RICHARD J. WILSOK
.. Vice President -, '
PAUL A. f. F. Allan Canova V. Q. McCoy Jr. .
CANOVA .. Vice President. < ;. .
.William. H. Chandler John E. PiersonWILLIAM CANDIDATE
H. CHANDLER ViCe President- ". a
W. ED ,ROBERfS Assistant Vice President .*, Alonzo Frank Green Earl P. Powers t' OF REPRESENTATIVES "Where Service Is A Specialty"
E. HUNTER FOSTER ........... Cashier W.. Gerald Green '_ P
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11t 1 j .-Calendar Of( Events women Hno. TH.E.f. : mll.Y( :fti: Hale I Gives Brtd'f!I

TODAY, April 27 American Association of Un-

J I Tea honoring Mrs Mark I iversity Women, Evening In- path Weimer Women's EditorNorwegian Club Book Review BookRehearsal
If] .l
J terest Group, 8 pm.,Mrs. Leon -
\i president of the Florida Federation -,
'M. Henderson and Mrs.
of Woman's Dubs, 3 ,By' :EDITH WILLIAMS ville Public .
.I "p-ra., Gainesville, Woman's Vera Jenkins at the Hender Visitors Feted Library.The dinner honoring
.4 sois,1524 NW 12th Road. Always: an, outstanding' occasion speakers' table, with
Club and the Alachua County of the Gainesville Worn similar decoration, was draped Miss Sharon Elizabeth Fagan 4

Federation of 'Women's Club, TUESDAY; April 23 an's Club' year, the Book Retiewers -with English ivy vines. Programs and their son, John Douglas
f hostesses., Clubhouse.. Delta 'Zeta Alumnae Association luncheon Wednesdaywith which were individual Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Robert

t. .. 7:30 p.m. Mrs. K. S: Me- Dr..Lester L. Hale as guest booklets carrying out the club's
1 American Legion Auxfli.ary [Mullen 1065 SW 11th ,Avenue. speaker. was ,a fitting climax colors of green and gold, were Wesley Rogers, following 5

1 M e e ting, 8 p.m., Amer-' to i a year of notable book 're- printed by courtesy of Mike's p.m. rehearsal, University t
icon Legion Home. WEDNESDAY, April 29 views.'More than 300 membersand Book Store. Inn.

I :. Scribblers Group of the : ,guests attended.-
f University City Bridge ; SATURDAY, May 2
Delightfully .
r Gainesville 'Woman's Club, : : and informally I
i dub, 7:30 p.m., University of 9:30 a.m., Mrs. W. J. Cody, ntroduced,by'Mrs.-J. C..Lynch, Wedding of Miss Sharon
b Florida Faculty Club, West chairman. Dr. Hale kept his, audience of Elizabeth Fagan daughter of

"Newberry Road.Soroptimist members'arid guests fascinated Mr. and
Mrs. David
1 R Shytle
1 Club of Gainesville with his review of the book"Papa's Fagan, and John Douglas

I 7 \ program meeting, 6:30 Coffee honoring Mrs. John E."Jack" ,. Wife," by Thyra Ferre Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mathews Jr. and Mrs.E. .9M .
p.m., Primrose Inn. .w ., J. Mathews'Sr..,. both of Dr., Hale, Dean of Student :
G a i n e a ville Bridge Club, Jacksonville, 9:30 to 10:45 s University Avenue Church of
Affairs and of
.. -7:30 Recreation Center. speechat Christ Reception following, :
t ., p.m. a.m., Mrs. James E. Clayton, the University of Florida,
.TUESDAY, April 2S 3715 SW Sixth Place. r'e has been a member of the the Gainesville Woman's

i Coffee honoring Mrs. James Gainesville Bridge Club, acuity since' 1935. He earned Club.

I 'W. Kynes, 10 ajn. to noon, Holiday Inn.University. his'BA degree at University
The Edwin Peck Residence, City BridgeClub x8 Y< of 'Wisconsin and his master'sand FRIDAY, May 1

I r. '500 NW 23rd Street 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, doctorate of philosophy Shower complimenting Mrs.-

Reception for Mr. and Mrs.It' 107 West 15th Terrace. from' Louisiana State Univer Robert Adams Monroe HI,

James W. Kynes, 6 to 6:30 sity. 1 the formrt-Miss Janice Yvonne
University ,Medical Guild > .
I Holiday Inn.I J -h At the university he has'served -! '
i :pjn. 9:30 ajn., Mrs. Robert Wil- 7:30 p.m., Mrs.
a Bell's Nursery Board of Directors liams,, 32 SW 42nd Street as director of. the theater Bill Ward, 944 NW 33rd Ave
1 [ 8 p.m., at the program from. 1935 .to. 1939, was nue.

I r school, 528 NW 7th Terrace. THURSDAY, April 30 the founder and director of the Mrs. E. Sinclair Eaton, director
: Great Books Discussion Allemanders Square Dance Speech'and Hearing'qi 1ic.from of the'Fine Arts Department Bridesmaids luncheon for

I. :Group, 8 p.m., Gainesville ,Club, 8 p.m., Howard Bish- 1941'. to 1952, assistant director welcomed guests and Dr. Miss Sharon Elizabeth Fagan,..,
f the:Florida Student Union,hi bride elect of John Douglas
if. Public Library. op Junior High School I. Eugene Rutland gave the
Altrusa Club, 7 p.m., Holiday 1943, and Dean of ''Men' from Invocation. Rogers, 12:30 p.m.''Mrs.lay'
( FRIDAY. May 1 vvfZt! H 955. to 1960. II ton E. Hawk and her daughter
Inn.Crafts Mrs. Albert C. chairman
;t :: Workshop, Gainesville Gainesville'B ridge Club, 9 Mrs. William Fox, second from left, has as her, houseguests her aunt, Mrs. Dr. Hale's professional mem- of' the Division Edgar of,Literature Mrs. Andrew John Tem-

Woman's Club, 9:1S-am. ajn., Holiday Inn. Sigrun Engebretsen and her cousin,: Miss Sidsel Engebretsen, both ,of Oslo,. berships include Fellowship in ,, presented Mrs. J. Ed. ples, Gainesville Golf ind :

*East Room of the Clubhouse. SATURDAY, May 2 Norway, who are being honored with a number of informal courtesies ,during American Speech. and Hearing Price, club president Mrs. Country Club.
Gainesville Junior''Woman'sClub their short visit in Gainesville., The two visitors are pictured above during a- Association; ,his is'a past'presi- Price welcomed the honor I

Presentation Ball, luncheon given in their honor by l\lrs.John! R. Bangs, right.. They ,will leave: dent of the :Southern ,Speech guests, who presented book reviews

Ii For Your 9 pjn., Moose HalL this weekend for New York ,to, see the World's.Fair before flying:back'to,.Oslo. Association, member ,of' National during the year. They 1 LionesSr t
Association of Stud e .t<
WEDNESDAY, May 6 Mrs. A. Jones Jr. f
AilingBusiness were ,Jay Ignacio -
Personnel Administrators anda
Democratic Women's Club member of the American Personnel .
Donald J. Hart, and Mrs. R. Eugene
of Alachua County luncheon and Guidance' Associa Selects
Rutland Mrs. McCoy
I MachinesUse Noon, Green Room, HolidayInn. Dickinson Wed PoliticsEDITORS tion. and Albert Wass de Czege
Chronicle Family
Senator' Beth Johnson, were unable to attend.
Our Orlando, guest speaker. Papa's wife is "Maria, and
this chronicle the family life Chairman of the luncheon
ExclusiveFactory ( NOTE: This is Dickinson says'his wife "is a get him to bed before'that last of,a' Swedish minister, his wife committee; Mrs. Alfred Reed, Officers

I CoffeePlanned the second in 'a series of articles very effective leveler for me." conference at midnight"She and their eight children was so assisted the co-hostesses: I

I For on the wives of the Leveler? : doesn't make speeches !vividly depicted by Dr. Hale, Mrs. W. K. McPherson, Mrs.

i Trained six Democratic'candidates "I feel better when she is one felt a part'' of' their lives, Grady Harrison, Mrs. T. V. Mrs Leslie E. Cake and

Mrs. KynesMrs. for governor, one of whomis with me. speak better when "He's the orator of the *am- with the joys and problems they Jpham,. Mrs. C.. P. Dressler, Mrs. L. B. Hull were hostesses -

Servicemen likely to be Florida's next she is listening. She is my wife fly, she says.Occasionally. 'experienced, and agreed with Mrs. W. C, Durham, Mrs. Her-
James W. Kynes will First Lady.) and my partner,and I just loveto she,admits she the theme expressed: shel Haynes, Mrs. AI Herndon, Wednesday evening a
From be honored with a coffee on have her with me. ; "At the center of the home is Mrs. J. Frank Johnston, Mrs. supper meeting of the Gaines-

Tuesday, from 10 aon. to By CHARLES STAFFORD. "I have very profound. respectfor tires and her smile wanes. Love, God's love, and.-our love ,Sheldon B.: Lee, Mrs. Leon E. ville Lioness Club.

Your Local noon at the Edwin Peck residence AP Special Writer heropinion,and her,evaluation "But then we arrive for an- for one another." JchtenwaUer, Mr s. A. B.

t AuthorizedOlivetti Boots Dickinson married poli- of people. She is'' a good other engagement," she says. ,The long tables in the ball :Holmes, Mrs. John Paul Jones, elected The following for the officers 1964 -65 were club

tics, and she sees no prospect student of human'nature.. "The' thing that cheersme room were, decorated with :rlrs... Earl P. Martinson, Mrs.
Mr. Kynes, wife of the State always season:
of "She is at home shaking mall branch "trees" D.I McArthur
Attorney General who is a : a parting."I are the crowds. You can't painted Page Paige
candidate for election, will married Bud Dickinson," hands at a factory or at a bank help but feel exhilarated when hung with multi-colored cards :Pinnell, Mrs. J. D. Rice, Mrs. Mrs. F. W. Wood, president;

Underwood make an auto tour of Gaines- says, the ash blonde half of the ers' dinner,,with one exception. you see all of those people." labelled with various, subjectsin Orlo M. Shultz, Mrs. J. G. Mrs. L. B. Hull, first vice-

ville, Hawthorne Melrose and Bud and Boots partnership. "I She is a real Florida cracker.It ,the .field of-education. These :Smith, Mrs. Helen D. Balyeat, president; Mrs. Raymond M.
Dealer the Waldo area in.the after- don't think this will ever end." has to be warm for her to 'I'b .t is, a wonderful life," small "Trees of Knowledge" :Irs.> Mamie Van Horn Mrs. Davis, s e cond vice-president;

fr. noon. Mrs. Dickinson is almost ,al- get out there shaking hands." she says. "I wouldn't:trade it' were flanked by colorful book, J Donald B. Wilcox, and Mrs. Mrs. Leslie Cake, secretary,

ways at her husband's side in Although Boots had known covers:loaned by the Gaines- .John E. Wood. and Mrs. Bruce F., Roberts,
l A reception I is also slated his campaign for governor of: Bud for years it wasn't until i Prizes AwardedAt treasurer. I
Tuesday"night from 5 to 6:30
she came home to West Palm Siqueira-Wi
Florida. While he speaks at a I
p.m. at the Holiday Inn for At Guests Mrs.
present were
wgu crossroads store in Beach from college and,saw Party
IJ both Mr.and Mrs. Kynes. front'of a city hall, she moves him at.a party, that their whirl-] zil, announce the engagementof W. C. Cliett, Mrs. Quinn Wat-

J 601 W. Univ. Avt. _Mrs. Kynes is the former slowly through the crowd,.shaking wind romance began. They 'Junior Garde ners held a their daughter, Miss Ieda ers, and Mrs. Cake's, mother, I

Phone(P.O. 3722555P Box 13) Miss Marjorie Hiatt of Gaines- hand were married almost 13 ,years "crazy hat" party during the ? x: Siqueira, to Howard J. Wiarda, Mrs. Arthur Medlin of Hen-

ville.no ago. ninth grade home economics son of Mr. and Mrs. John derson, N. C.
She is there his-and-her s s class of Mrs. Kelsey Ing1e Wiarda,of Grand Mich.
Rapids, A sale Is slated
you'vehad reasons. '"He introduced me to politicson at the P. K.Yonge Laboratory Miss Siqueira was graduatedfrom for rummage 30 at the
a baby "I have been in politics for so School May Birdsey Lot,
she said.
I our honeymoon, Nebraska Wesleyan University !- and the May meeting will bea
many years that this is my "I 'wasn't even old enough .to Mrs. L. L. Bohannon,' Junior N ? and is currently in Vene- covered-dish
I dn the last 3 life," she says. "1 love people, vote 20. We the first zuela work supper
years..... just spent Garden Chairman of the i"i completing for a Lioness members and their
and I think that is what politics of. in Tal Ph. the of
night our.honeymoon Amaryllis Circle of. ,the' D. at University families.
and were given a laxative suppository cramp*,diarrhea or stomach is-meeting;people"And lahassee and Bud introduced Gainesville Garden Club, was spa % rwN. Florida. She is a member of
,there is a good chance upset; (S) DDLCOUO*is so easy he says,: "I think people :me to members of the Cabinet in charge. She was assistedby : Phi Kappa ,Phi, Pi Sigma Alpha -
That you may already know the gentle. it is recommended want to wife. They .
your with Dick- Mu Gamma Pi
Her dual
romance Mrs Alpha !
: :A.;A. Bless. ;
gentle and effective relief of'LCCLU. mothers
new ,
young want to who will, be the
then Gamma. Mu and Cardinal
inson and
politics began ; Key
suppositories elderly .
people. I First prize winner N'fY '
first lady of Florida. ;it continues undiminished."I was lonories.
I' "
-Thousands of hospitals regularly DCLCOUO* "gentles" the colon 'I think she is my greatest love to hear him speak," Margaret Stryker, who inverted Mr. Wiarda'was graduated ( dJ tdI.
tae DULCOUIX instead of the into easy action so naturallyyou'll I an Amaryllis flower
She is
asset. more valuable to ,
Mrs. Dickinson. "He still from the University of MichIgan -
-enema became (1) DVLCOLIZworks hardly think are 'says
: you
with fern fronds
of the
usually in 15 minutes to using a laxative at all! me than she thinks, and I think impresses me after all these' as part and is presently completing ;
that is why she is such air asset design. Sally Adams was second .. !
jan hour (2) DULCOLAX thoroughly Get DULCOUU brand of bisa- years. work for a Ph. D. degree --
cleanses the colon... codyl suppositories from your Boots is completely unpre- She says the campaign trail prizewinner with her hat 4 t. at the University of Florida. He

-actually can leave it clean, pharmacist for gentle relief from entious. She is completely her. I doesn't tire her much."I a lampshade frame as a bird *4. ?' is a'member of Pi; Sigma Al-
nough for :x-ray with virtually constipation problems. self." cage trimmed with flow By William "Bill" C Smith
Phi honouries'
--. get plenty of exercise normally ers and vines. Honorable'mention Miss 'Ieda, Siqueira pha and Pi Phi Kappa -
] ," she'says "We have a went.toEve"Oliva: and. .Delta Chi social Buttons, Belts, Buckles

j ji three-story home ,and five chil wearing BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil fraternity. .
a Gay Nineties hat and &
i : i'I.' .,dren. keeps Running in'trim.up and" down Sally Adams wearing a big ]Professor, and Mrs. 'Elvindo Wedding plans will. be an- II
: steps me
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Her type of trim wears a size cartwheel hat iqueira; of Belo Horizonte, Bra nounced. These things are of ceuoe
accessories. They "finishoffth -
to. garment. $ome. imel; ri<>*sever
# fmiib/th: :
_' they literally ,
She says her most important garment. .

The ttttiyersity Ini \ job on the campaign is keeping Teen-Age Some belts that go with
abs: on her husband's well- dresses are not servicabltv Thais
especially true 'of belt'bxk-
which ,often iIofjj .
mgs are
"What_) try to do is to make "Mail fast or may'be-imperyiau-*-*
him lie down a bit between ,'to heat and, "tfa ttFl-,9. soh'

II speeches; ." she says. "I try to ents. -. .. ._-

t And plastic c* serlotf

"DEAR MRS. RICKER: : ed me to come, and visit I. "WHAT IS TAIR PLAY'IN covered buttons may dissoTj....
I "Last summer:I}Started'goIng them.'any'' time andil, would PARENT-TEEN or ---

The place y Shiny '' with wonderful boy. like to a.stpaUJ: ,to.command. RELATIONSHIPS?'* smart way to 'ivohJ this-
to '
; TisitiO*, too."W&Ilbelucky. ,Do you ,wuLyour parents kind of problem ITla'u
We are upset ri-giit .
very th labels when- buying-or- o.
) : ; : } now: because 'his father has, : ;if,,we ,see play faIr"' with each other, ask ay,:question; 'or t't about
friends meet'I' ;:. AND just,''found toot he is' "being each:otberwaaimonth'andmy' ,when:''the ,Inevitable parent them. Most ,Qitmute.. vo2 i..
I Itransferred' '
: : N serviceable accessories' bbet
: to another: state. parents: ,ar4e: making teea conflicts come upi ere-
led.that because th* manO?
:; ''r' t.; rF' "After much discussion, things even.more'difficult.for" Here's a;chance for you ,AND facturer way is proud of, the extra

: groups' '" : ,STRAP-HAPPY and careful consideration, we _us.. They,do not;approve of'a' .your parents to .compare something he has put. into
... .ij ::: have, 'decided to stIll go' 'gir1..staying at,a, boy's home yourselves with other fam them.

: : : ', "( 'f" steady, or at least give it a even though his parents in- ilies. The quiz is FREE! Naturally we check on these
clubs for lunch i vite her and will be at home Please encloses stamped, things ourselves, but the better
;. ;; X ''marks tK.. spot t* catchall try, even though we will be ,
:. eyes as you dance apart. His parents have,invit- all'_the,time. ,My father says, self-addressed envelope with the better the garment the results to start.and with the
through SHinm tumhia only an engaged girl should your request for the "FAIR longer the' wear. Save yourself

in this .a-glow white skimmer Pat New LocationANNOUNCEMENT' stay at her. ,boy friend's PLAY" family quiz. Mall to trouble. Buy wisely.Incidentally .
of his .
pump '
CarriageSteak itrlit* with slender crassi '' home 'andrm' sure be feels Dorothy Ricker in care' of delicate fabrics
: the ,about Paul the Ga1neniIJeSan. ,
S straps. same;: way and the like we bag separately -
DERDA MUSIC CO. 1, coming 'here. I would like to when cleaning to tint

MUSICIANS SALES .have: "your opinion about this you greater prOtection.
1' Room $399 'I fr SERVICE kind'of situation. Paul's par CALL OR BRING IT TO

ents exceptionally
I people and very strict., Incidentally S & S CLEANERS

.. SPECIAL COMPLETE LUNCH $1.65 my folks approve of Delivery *r Cash end Carry
...m. INCLUDING I SOJ SW 3rd St. Ph. 3724114I
APPETIZER TO DESSERT them and of Paul. He is well- fill, A4vertiu.
ROLLING CART mannered and not the fast


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f Buchholz EF Dateline f II Westwood Whispers : :

Buzzes BishopBulletin For the past few weeks West' and Suzanne Lichter. These' E

i j t L GHS wood girls have been practicing two girls are excellent pianists Ii

for the G.H.S. try-outs. The and we are sure they wilt
following girls from Westwood do their best

By I were chosen for the Junior Var- Mrs. Cruickshanks homeroom '

r MARY ANN RIDCELL I By I: sity cheerleaders: Claudia Mus- proud to announce that they
'and BARTON DOUGLAS j MARY WATSON j By GARY MARTIN grave, Jo Ponzio, Gloria Will- have topped all candy sales
iamson, Dede Mclnnis Marcia
with the. very highest flat
The Buchholz Track Headlining the news a t t The Society has as its major Cobb, Ann Becker. Alternates I
Team The teachers that were place. Three of her students
present i One of the many activities al t; state meeting in Miami are Mr.,
won the junior high trophy for Mr. Feaster Mrs. Gainesville High School this; project during the year,, the are Barb Myking and' Lesley
were is the brought in prizes. Mark Proctor
.. Bishop "Queen Contest. Rivers and Mrs. Meyer. i
the second The past week was the big push toward Book Drive devoted to collecting
year. team had Ostrander.
Bandy, Mr. McArthur and Mr. .
Each homeroom elects the won $25.00 and Robert
a In statement endorsing
j won all the meets with the $7,000 goal of the! books for the school library. queen
usually Bryant. and votes for her with : We are proud of these Bratcher won $15.00. Second
"> a margin of Gainesville Scholarship and I money. Mental Health fair, Mr. Hendrix very
points. All the meets over twenty The Buchholz Band, directedby Loan Fund drive. Each of toe Each penny is a_ vote. This said, "I would like' to encourage girls and hope that they will place winner was Mrs. Piren-
I ; at P.K. Yonge. were,held Mr. Frye, :recently visited 60 home-rooms at school has se t; The Florida Education-Association money will go to the mall work, and urge parents to:attend do a good job. Marti Banks fans homeroom and third

The standings were as f II Kirby Smith. The main purpose .; its own dollar goal to reach anmost i held _its ,annual convent which has already begun. 'this fair. A bus will take: was chosen from Westwood to place went to Mr. Lancaster's.
lows: first Buchholz, second 0 of this was to recruit new of them believe they will t tion in Miami, on Friday and The candidates for queen are: students from the school and: be a G.H.s. majorette We are very proud of the out
I I 'Westwood, third- Howard members for toe band. Rex make the goals handilyevenMr. I Saturday of this past week. Karen Wiederkehr; Judi .Martin back on April.28, to hear a discussion .' Some of the seventh graders come of the candy sale this
Wilkinson Gainesville High School _sent a Julie Larson, Janice French, on criminal records. We would like to also congratulate -
Bishop,, fourth P. K. Yonge. Hall, Linda Debbie Baker's home-room $100, have started on a poetry unitThey year.
contingent: of ten teachers to Debbie Hunter Nancy Wirth, We often neglect 'to get aH the winners their
I i Among,toe events were the shot Fogal, Donna Thomas, John pledge. the have been reciting, reading -
t \ put, discus, mile run, 880 re Davis, and Barton Douglas demonstrated The character of the collection meeting. Mary Tunstall, Jo Ann Hes of the news of the seventh and making up poems. help to the schooLMedical
'' their instruments Chosen by their fellow facultymembers ters, Lois Hardee, Joan Cren grade but this week we bring
lay'; ;440 run, and toe dashes, by schemes runs from outright t The Westwood chorus visit
I 1 high 'jump, and the .broad playing various fanfare num- donations by the individual students -Mrs. Louise to Ash represent, Mrs.us Marion were' shaw, Sandra, Waldrop, Dana. them glad tidings of joy. On ed J. J. Finley on Tuesday, the Meet ."
i jump? bers. The! band was complimented through bake sales, roadblocks Wigglesworth, Carolyn Emo, Tuesday this week, the seventh 21st. They did a very fine job
The l as being the best jun- Buswell, Mrs. Cela Hendrickson, Vickie -Garrett, and Patty graders will be given tests for
I'"+ lologyclasses' of 9-1 on city street intersec- in performing for the school. CITY AP M adco's
Mrs.Forest Hillyard, Mrs. Vera MEXICO ( ) <
I ? and 9-2 under Mrs. Bandy recently ior high band' to 'ever: to playat tions (Mrs. Sharpe's home-room George., placement ,next year. And, so The Hollywood, Florida band of Medicine
Jenkins, Mrs. Annie Mrs. I National Academy
Smith. Lang, On May 1, Bishop will be the will not feel
eighth graders
4 Kirby has
went on a field trip to over .$60 collected mostly RuthTaylor, Mrs. ,Ruth Wallace will be coming to Gainesville is celebrating its 100th
i L a pond behind P. K. Yonge. Last Tuesday ended the fifth through this 'means), and into Mrs. Mildred Wanningerand host for our second Annual slighted, Mrs. Deese will give soon, and we hope they enjoy ,anniversary next Thursday with
j f Among.toe,specimens: found six-week period. The next; six- service club sponsored dances Mr. Ed Whitley. PTA Fun night Starting at tests to them on May 5th. their stay. :the opening of a medical congress
6:30 there will be
. a were various. fungi and plants, week periodwiD'be the last one after various events. p.m. a cov- In our typing'classes', we Representing Westwood at the j of delegations from M
i insects such as butterflies, in the school term. How much This past Friday night, Alpha 'ered dish supper. We are ask. have -several people'who are State Music Association in Orlando countries in the Americas, Eu-
"i dragonflies, and ,beetles, various effort you put into this last I Trf-Hi-Y and Keyette played a College Entrance Examinations lag every family that attendsto really doing great, Madina An- will be Janeen Larson Australia and Africa.
water specimens as m Inflows six, weeks will make a large ]lard-fought. basketball game at (College Boards) are to be bring a dish for :toe supper derson is doing more than 100 rope
I \ ,' leeches, frogs, and :al impression on your-grade.Time 1 the gym, followed by a Twirp: given for the next-to-last tune and two ,dollars., It would be correct words per minute. Following -,
. .) gae. is passing. Are you? 'Dance, all for the sweetness of his year in the University of good to ,put .food .in the' dish! close behind with more 1
t. ... -w. charity and self-help' in the Florida's Walker Auditorium.The The money-will be used for the than 80 words are: Ronnie, STABLE & DIGNIFIEDKeep
t Scholarship Drive. The earlier closing date for applyingwas various activities of the PTA. I Thames, Becky Robbins. Linda I

drive in November of last year April 18. Also, there will be free admis- MacFarlane, and Mary 'Blos-
brought in almost $3,000 of the The Examinations, as a re- sion ,to our talent show, begin-! som. We congratulate these your' Tax Assessor'soffice
M R ; total goal being striven for. minder, will be given for the ning at 8 pjn. and the crown- students because we know how "1 operating in a stable

, t Hornet last time before the start of the ing of our queen. afterward.Our hard it. is 'to get over 20 aminute. ;, and dignified manner.

t kH Gainesville High School's next school year on July 8. The delegates to the FEA 7, KEEP J. PIERCESMITH
I f chapter of the National Honor closing date for applying to take
; Society is made up of juniorsand them at this session will be .
Heckles seniors who can boast of aJplus June 24, so please mark your

I average in their studies. calenders! Juniors are eligibleto With The !

J 1J r Elected this week as presidentof take them, and even sophomores (Pel.A4v.)
the National Honor Society should check to see if .
rr. for the 1964-65 school term was they can take them to get the ....er. ,
,! By JOHN WATERS and MABELLE GLASS practice. I Il I, +! r I t r rt mill t +
t'' David Zimpfer. hf
'" The annual election for student Widener, Theresa Lashley, and Chosen to serve with him were e L'
, elections were held last MaBelle Glass. Steven Nadeau, vice-president, Report cards will come out Boys f

I week, for the election of student -. Beth Dovell, secretarytreasurer next Wednesday. No use hiding!
::.officers and cheerleaders. The annual Future Farmersof and Kerry Graham, histor- And seniors have just 25 more INITP
nt America held their annual ian. days of school.
The election returns
were as
FFA banquet in the school cafe-
f tr follows: president, Roger I teria last Friday. night Rocky Marbles Tournament T h eBoys' talus and alternate captains in
Glass vice Dickie Club will host other the three Cadet ARKETI
h ; president Crocker was the master of Boys' leagues are:
J Hughes;' secretary treasurer ceremonies.The Clubs in Florida May_ 23, for League: Florida National Bank, 1 Wm'j
Ronnie Surrency. The cheer RebelRap the 1964 State Marbles Tournament Keith Austin and Jimmy Mitch. j I I
' I leaders are Betty Godwin Corky honored guests were Sec Each Boys' Club will be ell; Moose Lodge, Britt Mims d nrrr un
Jones Susan Godwin, Judy retary of the Florida Senate, represented by two players In and Ray Heller; First Federal MIMIT MARKtT!
'" Edwin Frazer, and Hugh Wil- each of the following age Savings and Loan, Tommy
liams. W. E. Priest, the chap- Up groups: 1)) 10 and under, 2)) Douglas and John Raper; Citi-
Cross Burned ter advisor, presented awardsto 1-13, and 3) 14 and over. zens Bank, Guy Harvey and
some of the members of the Mike Hotchkiss.In .
chapter.A By On May 9, the Boys', Club
I the Hawks
, In Ocala Midget Leage: ,
" committee of the student 2 ku EMILY CAUTHEH will hold an elimination tourna- Jeff Christian and Don OPEN 7 to 11 EVERY DAY!
ment to determine who will
OCALA AP A council is presently giving a rep- Smith; Maple Leafs, Robbie '
( ) cross was
the in Gainesville
resent Boys'.Club
l burned early ,today. outside the series of programs to the elementary I Among the many titles Santa last Friday with the Annual in the State meet. Watts and Jerry Twigg; In.

I h ne.of'Ray Morris, manager effects classes of on the The harmful Fe has won this year, a new one FFA District Meeting. Contests Indian Clubs Members of dians, John Helton and Bobby
of ice smoking. program has been added that of Whitney.
.an integrated cream Keystone
I includes a filmstrip pre were carried on throughout the the ,Indian Clubs are looking PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR
stand. Conference. Track Co-
i pared by the American Can- 7-hour period, with the Santa Fe forward to an exciting outdoor GAINESVILLE STORES
The wooden:! cross was 16 feet Society and and Champions, sharing the honor this summer. Barry Soviet Gets SE 4th Av..
cer a question with neighboring PKY. Chapter capturing all contests program 1234 NW 16th AY 1023
tall' and 'the cross-arm-pivoted answer period. two Stearns, advisor for, ,toe program 3725 W. Univ. .... 3809 E. Unhr. Av..
I to swing parallel convenient The regular edition of the .. When the points were totaled ,except promises many activities 2809 NW 6th S,. 4205, NW 16th Bird
handling -was 11' feet. "Hornets Buzz," the school pa- at the end of the Confer Some of the competitions won with an Indian atmosphere this AP PhotosMOSCOW 4105 NW 13th St.

Morris' wife said she saw a per was published last Wednes- ence Track Meet on the U of F were as follows: Parliamentary summer. Boys are invited to

young man binding down by the 'campus, a problem arose over Procedure Team composed of Join each Saturday. The Apaches (AP) -The European All Brands-King SizeFilterRegutarcCigarettes
, cross and when she shouted he day.The toe ownership of the ingle tro- meet at 2:00 and the Semi- Wirephoto network of The
Junior Class out ?
ran to a car which sped off. the formal invitations gave to the Iphy.> Coach Harry Hutson settled Johnny Emerson, David Fu- noles meet at 3:00. I Associated Press has extended ctn. 269Grade
the question by the flip of gate, Bud Riviere, Bill Shaw to the Soviet Union.
in the wood-
Police found book matches at Prom this week. Thy are also Woodshop Boys I
I Grier Wells and Kenneth
the cross' base and checked the a coin and rode off on the shoul- shop are busy getting their : The new link from Helsinki to
busy decorating
gym. Young Speaking Contest, Grier "A" LARGE Fresh Florida-In carton
them for fingerprints. nasium for the eventA .ders of his boys, holding the ; racers ready for the Jaycee Moscow is the first permanent,
:golden object in his arms. Wells; District Sweetheart Derby, July 18, Sponsores are :full time picture transmission EGGS . doz- 39C
. Crown, Kay Wright and String
I ; furnished by the Jaycees and i system between the U.S.S.R.
,Somehow enough space was
Band, made up of Lionel Pre- and other countries.
instruction is furnished by wood-
found in the gyms already
vatt, Ricky Surrancy George In New York Wes
bulging trophy case and there it shop instructor, Bill Goeller. Gallagher, King Size
Teel, Bobby Wilds and Edward general of AP, said: 6 .ot. Carton
manager PEPSI-COLA
blanks be obtainedat
Plan for Need sits as a sort of reminderthat Entry can
Financing Every Willis. The last group is more "This
new facility permit
if there was a Coin Flip- the Boys' Club. or Reg. Sis* 39C
well known 'The Rebel Rousers
as direct transmissions of
>er's C o n f erence, the school .' Girl's Night The Girl's Night COCA COLA
could probably win that too. program will continue until 1 from Moscow across Europe on

The Senior Chorus traveled to This past week was proclaimed school is out for the summer the AP network, then across the BAVARIAN SELECTBEER
Atlantic AP's exclusive full-
as "Don't Walk on the Grassor vacation and then will not be on
Beach last weekend.
Daytona time picture cable and directly 6 b<*. C*" 79c
You Week"
There, they competed in the I'll Yell at by scheduled until school reSumesin '
onto' the U.S. Wirephoto net-
members of the faculty. Needless the fall.Hockey .
State Choral Contests, obtaining -
work. It marks another impor-
superior and excellent to say, many yells were. There are, still a
tant in AP
step Wirephoto su GENESstE ,CAlLING
J in the full chorus and heard as students returned, red- few left the hockey 01 -
c ratings places on "
I *ft'r girl's chorus, respectively. The faced, to the cement walks. I teams in the Boys'' Club Hockey periority.'AP's permanent European BEER ,; 2 q tS. 79C

I group; was the only one in To help this project along the: League. Boys may sign up for Wirephoto network already op
Class C' school competition to one of the following leagues:
o Student Council has recently erates in Great Britain, France,
rank superior. They were escorted planned to appropriate funds for, Cadets, (7 and 8)); Midgets, ((9 Italy, Germany; Switzerland, BLUE RIBBONBEER
I to the affair by many grass and fertilizer for parts of and 10)); Juniors ((11.13)). Norway, Sweden, the Nether. 6Pk- cans 99c
parents> and Principal L. B. lawn worn to duty trails by. Swimming Look for information lands and Belgium.
Lindsey, who drove the choristers those persons seeking the pathto soon about the Gainesville -
f bus. knowledge. Each club is to Sun Boys' Club Learnim 2/3-Qt. BottleSeaBo
I. E EI The Future Farmers of America -be assigned a plot to cultivate Program. Fly to School

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I:I ( 8 Gainesville Sun Monday, April 27, 1964

""f f \ Candidates Hit Bryant Road BuildingBy


'"'.. REPORT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tie road, called "Alligator Al on a road that will be traveledby nal appearance in Hillsborough

j iM9Says Attacks by Rep. Fred Karl ley" by its opponents, was de- more alligators than cars." County. He told his workers he

j ( REVIEW and Mayor Robert King Highon .scribed by Karl as "a typical High, campaigning on his was leading in Hillsborough, Pi-

the Bryant administration'sroad example of Gov. Farris Bryant's home grounds in Miami, warned nellas, Orange Dade, Browardand

ir building policies and the haphazard highway policy," and Floida's urban residents that Palm Beach counties and

i state's method of dividing gasoline he said that another candidate, they will vote in November on a through the Florida Panhandlewest

r[ LBJ FLASHESNEW Late Morning taxes among the counties Fred O. Dickinson, would con proposition that can deprive of Tallahassee

MARKET N. Y. Listing brought the campaign for governor tinue this policy if elected. them of billions of dollars in Jacksonville's
of Florida into the home Karl said he had talked to road money. Mayor Haydon
He's Friend stretch both ends of the I Burns put on a big show for Mi-
r fi YORK (AP) The IBM rose Vt to 583H on 1,400 Alcoa 76% IntNick 78 today. I people at proposed I This is a companion amend- amians at Tropical Park,includ-
Karl, the Beach route and found solid
stock market edged irregularly shares. United Air Lines fell K AmAir 45% IntPap 33% Daytona legis- op- ment to the reapportionment ing free barbecue, a horse show
went into Fort Lauderdale to it.
Of BusinessWASHINGTON higher in moderately active to 55% on 1,300 shares. AmBrk 52% Jones&L 73% position ;measure. It perpetuates until a trapeze act and a bugle corps.
to the when
Sunday At time heavily
III I V trading at the opening today. On 1,000-share blocks, American AmBdPar 36 Kais Al 39% two-lane toll road from proposed that a many the year 2018, High said a for- Reviewing his entire platform,
city populated areas are desperatelyin
Changes of 'most key stocks Airlines rose H to 45ft and AmCan 43% Lig&My 80% mula for dividing gasoline tax Burns put special emphasis on
(AP) PresIdent through the Everglades to Na- need of highways, be said,
American Motors unchanged 63% Loch'd 33%
was AmCyan
dollars that is based
were narrow. on 1930 a promise to veto extension of
y : Johnson said today that Sears, Roebuck, however, ad- at 16.Opening. AmMot 16 Lorillard 47% ples as a "sham. Bryant "wants to spend money population. the sales tax to food and medi.
times are good and there business no vanced m to 108%, on 1,500 on 1,600'shares each,. AT&T 140% Mag'vox 37AmTob i "Under this amendment," cine if the Legislature voted it. I
jt Inherent hostility between shares. Montgomery Ward lost % at: 34% MpIsHon 125% Sen. Scott Kelly, at home in
He 3rd High "Orange County
Mental Health Fan-
| and to businessmen government. that i U. S. Rubber rose % to 51% 37H and Santa Fe was unchanged Ampx Cp 15% MM&M 63% j would lose $1.3 billion in the 54 Lakeland, talked about his record .
II, pledged Anaconda 42% Mohasco 13
with on 1,500 shares. at 28% years, Hillsborough County on education. He said that
restraint the government and responsibility.will act I Opening blocks included: Gen- Boeing fell % to 45% on 1-, '! Armour 48% Mons'to 74% To Be Held. Tomorrow would lose $1 billion, Duval $790 in eight years in the senate he
ACL 71% MontWd 37%
eral Electric off H at 84% on: 400 shares. I million, and Broward,and Palm had helped sponsor or supported
j' In return, Johnson asked for 3,000 shares; Standard Oil (New General Motors eased H to 83! Babcock. 58 NatDair 73% Beach $750 million each. every bill for advancement of
restraint from businessmen indecisions shares. B&O 45 NatDist 27% "An All Out Attack on Mental Lee the fair will be held from 8
U at 85% 1- 5,500
Jersey), up on on "Dade County paid more than the public school system.A .
'I which affect the gen-and 500; and Electrical & Musical Douglas Aircraft and Caterpillar Beth Stl 35% N.AmAv 47% Illness in Alachua County" is a.m., to 5 p.m. at the First $23 million in gas taxes to the loss of hydraulic pressurein
eral economic well-being Industries 57% lost fractions.On Boeing 45% Penney 52% the theme for this ,
unchanged on year's annual state
.. last year and got back only his twin-engine plane, and a
. responsibility in choosing toIt the AssociatedPress Borden 71% PRR' 30% Presbyterian 300 S. W.
Friday Mental Health
about $4.7 million, losing roughly narrow escape at Pensacola,
support or oppose government New York Central was unchanged average of 60 stocks fell Brunswk 10% PepCola 50% 2nd Ave., Gainesville. x $18 million. I caused Sen. John E. Mathews to
and proposals which CaterTr 60% PhilMor 81% Sponsored by the Alachua
policies at 34% on 1,900 shares. %.8 to 303.4. .
"Project this for54 andyou'll lose time.
I The fair is open to the public years campaign
It serve all the people. Celanese 66% PhillPet 50% County Mental Health Associa-
Johnson faced his largest au- Chrysler 45% RCA 32% tion, the third annual fair will and will feature speeches, see that this amendment I Immediately after a takeofffor
would cost Dade billion Judd Chalmers
nearly $1 Tampa pilot
dience of businessmen, repreI" CofC to HostJamaica CocaCola 127 RepStl 44 be held tomorrow during Na- films, and exhibits. All programs on the basis of present pop. found that the hydraulic system .
sentatives of the U.s. Chamber: ComEd 49% Revlon 37 tional Mental Health Week. Thefair's I
are aimed on.a local basis ,ulation. If the population in- had failed and he could not raise
in Constitution i ConEdis 85% 48%
of Commerce, ReyTob theme is based on an ex-
,, and the fair will be the crease continues at its present the wheels or manipulate the
I" Hall. In his prepared address, ContCan 45% StRegP 33%
: cerpt from a speecy by the late '
rate, Dade could lose flaps. But he the
nearly $2 brought plane
he said that racial and religious DowChe 71% Seaboard 45% President John F. Kennedy who largest to dale. ,
billion. around in and landed
"4 discriminaiton costs EnvoyBy duPont 259 Sears 108% I a tight arc :
strongly supported the need for In about With nine be-
commenting the days remaining safely.
. more than $15 billion a yearI EAL 33% Sinclair 46%
and unused or underused man- I E.Kodak 128% Socony 74% better mental health programs. growth of the mental health fore the first primary election I Repairs were made and Mathews -
BECKY QUINN representing various. cities May 5, Dickinson made his fi later went to
on Tampa.
power costs even more. Gainesville will play host to throughout the state. Firestone 37% SouthnC 57 According to plans announcedby fair, Mrs. Lee attributed it to a I
I is be said, "This FlaPw 48% SperryR 16 co-chairman Mrs 'Frank A.
"That why, Jamaica in Washington tomor- The Florida chambers will rising interest and concern
dedicated to FlaP&L 73 StBrand 75%
administration is '
row night. each h a ye as guests ambassadors about mental illness. She also BETTER SALARIESHARRY
lifting of the burdens which I Ford 55% StO NJ 84%
of different Latin American
fi weigh down our national productivity His Excellency Sir Nevil Ash- I countries. Frmst Da 10% Studebk 8% Dies in Jax said 'that Kennedy had sparkeda

expansion and prosPerity enheim, Jamaican Ambassadorto I Seated at the Gainesville table Frept Sul 35% Swift 46 lot of interest in mental EVANS Will Work .
the U.S., and Lady Ashenheim '
." I FruehTr 30 Texaco 77% for Better Salaries For All
at Florida's Dinner illness.
The President covered a will be the guests of I Congressional GenDyn 26% Thiokol 15 Jet Crash School Personnel..
t will be Chamber President i r F
and Gainesville Chamber of Com- GenEl 83% U Carb 123%
of domestic
broad New services at this
sweep and Mrs. Combs Sir and provided VOTE FOR
President W. E. Combs
in merce GenFds 86% UnitAirc 45%
foreign policy generalities."As and Mrs. Combs at the Florida 'Ashenheim; V. P. "Billy" Mitchell JACKSONVILLE (AP-A Na- year's fair will include free nur-
be GenMills 38% UnFrt 21%
this nation can rea- I
sonable without becoming reck- State Congressional Dinner. Gainesville Chamber ex- GenMtrs 82% US Steel 55% val reservist, on a cross coun- sery service for young childrenat HARRY EVANS
The dinner honoring Florida's'legislative ecutive manager; Dean Darrel try'training' flight, was killed
less in relations with other nations Goodrich 55% UnivMat 12% the fair. A snack bar will
Mase dean of the UF school of when his Fl
takes Sunday Fury jet
," he said, "I believe this delegation, Goodyr 41% WestgEl 32% serve free coffee, doughtnuts, Superintendent of SchoolsPd.
Health Related Services; Ralph fighter crashed two minutes aft-
frugal place during the United States Greyhnd 56% WinnDix 32%
must be more .
( Adr.)
government and
sandwiches all
annual Cellon, president of the FloridaCattlemen's er takeoff. day.
Chamber of Commerce
.without becoming less com- GulfOil 53% Woolwth 82% 1
meeting. An estimated 700 Floridians Association; A rt IntHarv 681hGeneral
passionate here at home. The Navy identified him as Lt.
to attend HI g b 1 e, executive secretary,
And he told the businessmenIn are expected Florida Cattlemen's Association Due'Promotion Grant R. Williams 33, of Web- p
that was friendlyand ster Groves Mo.
a speech ; and, Mrs. Billy Mat- ,
with bits of humor TalentTo
thews wife of Florida
Congressman Williams and another pilot ,
that: Billy Matthews.And flew two Furies here from Glenview .
"Whatever else have, you Gen. Louis
you Brig. Gravely,
taxpaying according to Chamber if.: m., refueled and,took, off
have an independent, Appear Executive Manager Mitchell, S. Army Reserve, will re-
; light-bill-saving President ceive the stars of a major gen- on
"it's going to be real
in-the White House one who eral tonight at 7:15 in special Williams' plane crashed intoa w } '
America and faith At Festival "That's one of my problems I The said Williams II
has faith in I Mitchell said. "How to put nineI ceremonies at the Army Reserve pasture. Navy -
American enterprise. Center. did not have time to bailout
I at table for
people a eight""While
.-"What I know of opportunityand I WHITE SPRINGS -The University we're there will Gen. Gravely is a memberof and apparently chose to attempt ,
initiative and enterprise, I of Florida and Gaines- the 3335th Research and De- to ride the plane away
participate in the national meeting
learned from life itself. pledge ville will be in strong evidence of the U. S. Chamber," velopment Unit. from a congested area.

you from your government restraint -during the annual Florida Folk added Mitchell. 4

and responsibility a Festival here this weekend.There'll "They'll, have 40 ,different R MIfHJl 41,
hand that means only to help
things going at once, but we \
be students
and never to hinder so long as i foreign
to much of it
plan cover as as
the public interest is being with song and dance from their '
served. I ask from you only the native lands.Professional. we can, he said. SPACE AGE TECHNOlOGY p r A rSA a ,

restraint in those deci- Among the speakers addressing V .. ,,- .
affect folklore tales the U. S. Chamber. will be
make which
you economic well-be- will be woven. President Johnson, Peace Corps x a. ,.
the general
Director Sargent Shriver, sev- HEARING AID I IJ
ing, responsibility in choosingto There'll be exhibitions of bas- eral U.S. senators and represen- ,
support or not support the
I ketry, wood carving, metal 1 tatives of several large national -
policies and proposals of your I and and
enameling, jewelry companies. ,

the government people." which serves all I from ceramic Gainesville making High by School.students France Having !',, .l 4 ; 1

The University of Florida \
press will have an exhibition of DebatePARIS rca Ia

r eprints of its old and rare
People In (APPremier New ftcadV*h ZeoiBfs tiniest' behwuWhe-ear hearing aid-
books. And Miss Diane Weldon, Georges Pompidou says the national the first hearing aid m the world with the exclusive Micro-
a veteran Gainesville folk vocalist interest Presi- Lithic amplifier. Weighs only 44 ounce with battery. tran-

Ii The NewsMOSCOW will sing at each performance dent Charles de requires Gaulle to retain you sistors switch for quicker better performance.from telephone"'Tele-to normal Touch-CICJnI feature''SationsN lets. !

during the three days.In exclusive control over France's

(AP) Premier all, this year's folk festival developing atomic force.In See your doctor first if you have .. ,
Khrushchev and President Ah- will include appearances by 1- reply to criticism from deputies c. a hearing problem. V Mom

med Ben Bella of Algeria conferred 500 to 2,000 persons.On who want the National As- HI"R' C:; .I.DS 10 Day Free :Trial I I.Ou.IDVe; a. anllgi._ '.

in the Kremlin today. Friday and Saturday, per- sembly to have a voice in. nuclear w <

Subject of the conference was formances will be '10:30 a.m. policy, Pompidou said: 608 N. H tp disliwasher her a$50 DisposallGthisMotlrets

cot revealed. a.m. and 1:30 and 7:30 p.m.There'll "It is clear that the right of EiI1! : MAIN ST.

be a Sunday afternoon giving the order
supreme on '
MOBERLY Mo. (AP-Gen.) finale at 3 p.m. which the life of the nation,depends : Day at no extra charge!
Fresh Zenith Hearing Aid Batteries for most'Hearing
The annual event is sponsored )
Omar N. Bradley was greetedby can belong only to the I Aids.You .
about 1,000 persons Sunday by the Stephen Foster Folklore chief of state." .. .
when he returned Moberly, Guild, the Florida Federation of Here:"a'a-special offer that lets you The disposal food,waste disposer

his hometown, for' rededicationof Music Clubs and the Stephen give two of the b work-savers (Model MA26) ends garbage mess _.

the city's airport in his name. Foster Memorial Commission. a Mom can,have. Hotpoint porta- in the kitchen-eren chews up corn -

ble dishwashers do a-full day' cobs and peach .toD TT-" _-..

'LONDON (AP) Greville, Trial: Opens ; dishes in one load-and even remove --- .

Wynne, 4.5. released last week .*. : ,.' dried"sttxk-on food from Mom *sri3i appreciate'I otb I thesepntesrithottt ..- = f

after 11 months in a Soviet prison In Store I'.x : ._ __
?collapsed at his home Sun- A *r e MML n. :A&: r1- *- =-

and was taken to a London
hy Two men went on trial this With this offer, choose from top-load portable dishwasher models -- i
bospltaL'It's --
morning in circuit I
::! a nervous condition ': court charged ec DD-60, DD-15, or front-loading portables DB-35 and DB-55 that --
with breaking and entering
one ',, .
than physical
rather said Wynne's physician, Dr. Edward -!'and possession of burglary took. .: ; (' <, you can build In later. Come in today and be sure of getting the =

Boil..WNDON. I A six-man jury was selected ;:, I r ; model you select for Mother's Day. = 1
just| before noon today for the \
trial of Wayne Brooks and Rob- ". -
AP-Prlme Minister
( I ert Wayne Chapman charged -- J
of arrivedin ..:
Aldo Moro Italy J
with taking $1,600 from a safe
London today for talks with ,in Wilson's Store A Y Retpeint 4'kQ -
Department ( .AND YOU GET i
Prime Master Sir Alec Doug last January 20. "::. .'itt. .. #'-- ..
,las-Heme on trade and disarm The pair pleaded Innocent :[ >:". ;.L areinvited n At McOttff-JliCd THE HOTPOIKT i if

Meat. when arraigned by Circuit E
Judge George L. Patten- two c f from( ONLY I 00-1 Model S ,
weeks ago. EXTRA CflARSi! i
3Cakes f
Pulpit Ted Duncan and Max Futchare -

representing the state in to meet Attorney General fi
the trial before Judge Patten.R. i

: AtMicanopyBaptist bee. A., Scruggs(Barry)are'Green representingthe and Sigs-. .! --: i "' andMrs. James W.KYNES: NOW! ROTPOWT AUTOMATIC DUKWASHM UP 1 YE ARS Ii)


: Nice WeekendAt : :" 1 8c PER DAY

.J: =tv. David Harms of Gaines- ,_- TERMS AS i

-vii bas bee called as Interim' World's Fair ( ON COST OF THE DISHWASHER PRO 750
,paa4or of Micanopy BaptlsChurch. 1 t ,1iI"i.

York's 19&1-65 World's Fair hada ,
: :Ztev. aad Mrs. gams arefibers : r. *L-
of thIs city's ParkviewBaptist placid, sunny weekend that at a; reception to be

contrasted with the wet ceafa- 1IMHED-HME OFFER AT All 12 SWHS.
Church, comteg here ton of Wednesday's opening. Ii : :: '. .
:from North Miami.: He attended ." heldat .
Religious services attracted 4 :4 ;; ) -;
Wbeatoo CaSege la Texas sad #-- :H <-J- :.. '.-"- I

3 preparing' to become. a ,&.4. heavy lAg. Afternoon turnouts Sunday crowds earn were ;Eefreshments The HOLIDAY 1 INN I g : : i f

'feti, mkeofiary. lie pfissnHyk "
t thickest in the trot ,': ;
teaching--at' Gaioeviik 0b* area where _the free pros wiUteserved TOMORROW-5:00 to .6:30'.PM: 1 I

...... Mr ., Haras teach at of General Motors and Ford .
-''-1. J. 'Bwaeaiary aw 4 .;: :; "- < ''S." I
F'mky -
were star attractions. TUESDAY APRIL 28th ,
rtlViotely 's e twirl f {eli"iallsitiee Sunday attendance of 388,212 >MHHMiMHM-MHHMMBHWa M> *'' :; : ,ij,,

: director of'a No r th MIftted to t
up 1 ajn. tedeyawde !
Miami Baptist, church.d' 'a' total of"766,996
falr'l"nrlt five days.
I ,
pben a*hOr5e sleeps, a pws''f1""t. The weather was dear ailpaai. 10 .- -> GENERAL OPEN TIL 9 P.M. ,;.PHONE'.376"IZ96- .

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S Gainesville Sun Monday, April 27, 1964 ,

"f BUSINESS M MARKET Candidates Hit Bryant Road BuildingBy

REFOfcTLB THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The road, called "Alligator Al on a road that will be traveledby nal appearance in Hillsborough

; ;i'REViEWS. '
I : t.. and Mayor Robert King High by Karl as "a typical High, campaigning on his was leading in Hillsborough, Pi-

( on the Bryant administration'sroad example of Gov. Farris Bryant's home grounds in Miami, warned nellas, Orange, Dade, Browardand
, : i building policies and the haphazard highway policy," and Floida's urban residents that Palm Beach counties and

I state's method of dividing gasoline he said that another candidate, they will vote in November on a through the Florida Panhandlewest

( J SaysHe's FLASHES Late Morning taxes among the counties Fred 0. Dickinson, would continue proposition that can deorive of Tallahassee.

I MARKET N. Y. Listing brought the campaign for gov- this policy if elected. them of billions of dollars in Jacksonville's
ernor of Florida into the home Karl said he had talked to road money. Mayor Haydon
I Friend I Burns put on a big show for Mi-
stretch both ends of the
r NEW YORK (AP) The IBM rose % to 583% on 1,400 Alcoa 76% IntNick 78 today. people at proposed This is a companion amend- amians at Tropical Park,includ-
w I lock market shares. United Air Lines fell % AmAir 45tt 33% Karl, the Daytona Beach legislator route and found solid opposition -
edged irregularly IntPap ment to the reapportionment ing free barbecue, a horse show,
went into Fort it.
Lauderdale to
i Business higher in moderately active to 55% on 1,300 shares.On AmBrk 52% Jones&L 73% measure. It perpetuates until a trapeze act and a bugle corps
If I .. trading at the opening today. 1,000 share blocks, American AmBdPar 36 Kais Al 39% Sunday two-lane to condemn the proposed At a time when many heavily the year 2018, High said a formula Reviewing his entire platform,
toll road from that
Airlines % to 45% and AmCan 43%, 80 city populated areas are desperately
Changes of most key stocks rose Lig&My for dividing gasoline tax Burns special
put emphasis
(AP) PresIdent said
the be
through Everglades to Na in need highways, ,
American Motors Loch'd33%
unchanged ,63%
was AmCyan
that were narrow.Sears dollars that is based on 1930 a promise to veto extension of
; today pies as a "sham. Bryant "wants to spend money
Roebuck however advanced at 16.Opening. AmMot 16 Lorillard 47%
y times are good and there is,no population. the sales tax to food and medi.
Inherent hostility between business IV to 108% on 1,500 on 1,600'shares each, AT&T 140% Mag'vox 37AmTob i "Under this amendment cine if the Legislature voted it. I II

I shares.U. Montgomery Ward lost % at 34Y MplsHon 125% High said I Sen. Scott Kelly, at home in
and government. He 3rd Mental Health Fan- "Orange County
,. pledged to businessmen that S. Rubber rose % to 51% 37% and Santa Fe was unchanged -i Ampx Cp 15% MM&M 63% j would lose $1.3 billion in the 54 Lakeland, talked about his rec-
I 1,500 shares. at 28%. I Anaconda. 42% Mohasco 13
will. act with on years, Hillsborough County ord on education. He said that
the restraint government and responsibility.In Opening blocks included: Gen- Boeing fell % to 45% on 1-' Armour 48% Mons'to 74% To Be Held Tomorrow v would lose $1 billion, Duval $790 in eight years in the senate he

eral Electric off % at 84V on 400 shares. ACL 71% MontWd 37% I million, and Broward and Palm had helped sponsor or supported
return, ,Johnson asked for 3,000 shares; Standard Oil (New General Motors eased % to 83 Babcock, 58 NatDair 73% I Beach $750 million each. every bill for advancement of
restraint from businessmen in "An All Out Attack on Mental!Lee the fair will be held from 8
Jersey), up % at 85% on '1- on 5,500 shares. B&() 45 NatDist 27% "Dade County paid more than the public school system.
decisions which affect the general and Beth Stl 35% N.AmAv 47% Illness in Alachua
Aircraft is
Caterpillar County"
500; and Electrical & Musical Douglas a.m. to 5 p.m. at the First $23 million in gas taxes to the I A loss of hydraulic
and! pressure
economic well-being Industries unchanged 57% on lost fractions.On Boeing 45% Penney 52% the theme for this
year's an-
state last and back in his and
: year got only twin-engine plane, a
responsibility in choosing to Friday the Associated Borden 71% PRR' 30% Presbyterian Church, 300 S. W.
2,300. nual Mental Health Fair.
r support or oppose government New York Central was unchanged Press average of 60 stocks fell Brunswk 10% PepCola 50% I 2nd Ave., Gainesville. x ly about$18$4.7 million.million, losing rough. narrow caused Sen.escape John at E. Mathews Pensacola_ to,

policies and proposals which at 34 on 1.900 shares. %.8 to 303.4. CaterTr 60% phiiMor 81% Sponsored by the Alachua
"Project this for 54 andyou'll lose
serve all the people. Celanese 66% PhillPet 50% ,County Mental Health Association The fair is open to the public years campaign time.
faced his largest audience RCA 32% and will feature see that this amendment Immediately after a takeofffor
Johnson Chrysler 45% the third annual fair will speeches,
Host would cost Dade nearly $1 bil Tampa, pilot Judd Chalmers
of businessmen, representatives CofC to CocaCola 127 RepStl 44 be held tomorrow during National films, and exhibits. All
programs lion the basis .
on of found that the
present pop. hydraulic system
of the U.S. Chamber: CornEd 49% Revlon 37 Mental Health Week. Thefair's :
I are aimed on a local ba- ulation. If the population in- had failed and be could not raise
in Constitution i ConEdis 85% 48%
of Commerce, II ReyTob theme is based
on an ex-
I(: Hall. In his prepared address, .I ContCan 45% StRegP 33% from : sis,. and the fair will be the crease continues at its present the wheels _or manipulate the
cerpt a speecy by the late I rate, Dade could lose nearly $2 flaps. But he brought the plane
he said that racial and religious DowChe 71% Seaboard 45% President John F. who largest to dale.
Kennedy .
Jamaica.Envoy around in and landed
discriminaiton costs duPont 259% Sears 108 a tight arc
strongly supported the need for In commenting about the With nine days remaining be- it safely.
1 more than $15 billion a year EAL 33% Sinclair 46%
and unused or underused man- E.Kodak 128% Socony 74% better mental health programs. growth of the mental health fore the first primary election Repairs were made and Math- '
,By BECKY QUINN representing various cities May 5, Dickinson made his fi- later went to
ews on Tampa.
power costs even more. Gainesville will play host to throughout the state. Firestone 37% SouthnC 57 I According to plans announced fair, Mrs. Lee attributed it to a ,. .
"That is why," be said, "This FlaPw 48% SperryR 16 by co-chairman :Mrs. 'Frank A.
rising i t
Jamaica in Washington tomor- The Florida chambers will n e r est and concern,
dedicated to FlaP&L 73 StBrand 75%
is -
administration row night. each h a ve as guests ambassa- about mental illness. She I I BETTER
lifting of the burdens which Ford 55% StO NJ 84%
dors of different Latin American
weigh down our national productivity His Excellency Sir Nevil Ash- countries. Frmst Da 10% Studebk 8% Dies in Jax said that Kennedy had sparkeda

expansion and pros- enheim, Jamaican Ambassadorto Seated at the Gainesville tableat Frept Sul 35% Swift 46 lot of interest in mental I HARRY EVANS Will Work
the U.S. and Lady Ashen-
FruehTr 30 Texaco 77% for
perity. Better Salaries For All
Florida's Congressional Din- illness.
The President covered abroad heim will be the guests of GenDyn 26% Thiokol 15 Jet Crash School Personnel.
f ner will be Chamber Presidentand
f of domestic and Gainesville Chamber of Com GenEl 83% U Carb 123%
sweep New services this
provided at
Mrs. Combs Sir and Lady VOTE FOR
President W. E. Combs ;
in merce GenFds 86% UnitAirc 45% I
foreign policy and Mrs. Combs at the Florida Ashenheim; V. P. "Billy" Mitchell JACKSONVILLE (AP-A Naval year's fair will include free nursery -
this nation can be reasonable GenMills 38% UnFrt 21%
without becoming reckless State Congressional Dinner. Gainesville Chamber ex GenMtrs 82% US Steel 55% I reservist, on a cross country service for young childrenat HARRY EVANS

in relations with other nations The dinner, honoring Florida's ecutive manager; Dean Darrel Goodrich 55% UnivMat 12% training flight, was killed the fair. A snack bar will
Mase dean of the UF school Sunday when his
of Fl
Fury jet
; legislative delegation, takes
he said "I believe this Goodyr 41% WestgEl 32% .
serve free coffee
doughtnuts, Superintendent of SchoolsPd.
the United States health Related Services; Ralph fighter crashed two minutes after -
must be more fru- place during Greyhnd 56% WinnDix 32%
gal government without becoming less com- Chamber of Commerce annual Cellon, president of the FloridaCattlemen's GulfOil 53% Woolwth 82% takeoff. and sandwiches all day. I ( Adv.

meeting. An estimated 700 Floridians Association; Art IntHarv 68'General !
passionate here at home. The Navy identified him as Lt.
to attend Hi g b I e, executive secretary,
And he told the businessmen are expected Florida Cattlemen's Associ- Due'Promotion Grant R. Williams, 33, of Web- F

in._a speech that was friendly. ation; and Mrs. Billy Mat ster Groves, Mo.
with bits of humor '
and laced Local TalentTo
thews wife of Florida
I Congressman Williams and another pilot
tHat: Billy Matthews.And i flew two Furies here from Glen-
else have, .t
"Whatever you you Brig. Gen. Louis Gravely,
independent, taxpaying according to Chamber U. view, 111., refueled and,took, off
have an Appear Executive Manager Mitchell S. Army Reserve, will receive -
I on instruments.
; light-bill-saving Presidentin "it's going to be real the stars of a major gen-
the White House one who cozy. eral ,tonight at 7:15 in special Williams' plane crashed intoa .

has faith in America and faith At FestivalWHITE Mitchell"That's said.one of"How my problems to put nine, ceremonies at the Army 'Reserve pasture. The Navy said Williams I I l ls

American enterprise. Center. did not have time to bailout
people at a table for eight. a'I FF
"What: I know of opportunityand SPRINGS -The University Gen. Gravely is a memberof and apparently chose to at- I
"While we're there will
initiative and enterprise, I of Florida and Gaines- we the 3335th Research and De tempt to ride the ,plane away
in the national
participate meeting
learned from life itself..I pledge Unit. from a congested area.You .
ville will be in strong evidence of the U. S. Chamber," velopment r

you from your government. restraint -, during the annual Florida Folk added Mitchell. '

and responsibility a Festival here this weekend.There'll "They'll a ve 40 different S dfRA MP/JF1EJ1 flIABlIIT1'1 ;
hand that means only to help h
things going at 'once, but we
be students
and never to hinder so long as foreign ; '

the public interest is being with song and dance from their we plan can to,"cover he said.as much of it as SPACE AGE TECHNOLOGY ,i:; ; .......," ', < ''Y' -,. .r; '. -" ', ;
served. I ask from you only the native lands.Professional. ...;.r..,;;: gw .
Among the speakers addressing
same restraint make in which those affect decisions folklore tales the U. S. Chamber will be- USED TO CREATE A BRAND NEW --, -, 'i ;-, "j' '''''',,';' t1 1

you will be President Johnson,Peace xa'1.'''''<<'
the general economic well-be-' Director Sargent Shriver, several HEARING AID! ;. : i
ing, responsibility in choosing There'll be exhibitions of bas- U.S. senators and i )" :' j j-j1'
represen- .!; t 'it /ij r
to support or support ,: -
ketry, wood carving, metal 'i! '
tatives of -
large national 1t ";
: If -i
policies and proposals of your enameling, and jewelry and > ,,' #p'oX ,'
companies. > :
: .
which all ,,' -\-t 7tl
government serves ceramic making by students : i t ,.
the people." from Gainesville High School. France Having .lrN -l 5 N'i"::. >' 'f-:;., \. t; .;; : i ip .

The University of Florida M ? -;:! ; :f_: l't :
press will have an exhibition of DebatePARIS Arcadia" '':' Y '::1"1' :->- >j ..
r-eprints of its old and rare '. <1 '.: tj_' : 1<,
In AP -Premier
People ( ) New mar ZfeniWs tiniest behind he-ear hearing a e- '
books. And Miss Diane Weldon, Georges Pompidou says the national the first hearing aid m the world with the exclusive Micro- .' :'> :x: ,,' -, _':" ,',., :-
a veteran Gainesville folk vocalist interest Lithic amplifier. Weighs only \k ounce with battery. 6 transistors .
The NewsMOSCOW will sing at each performance requires for better performance. -rele.Touch- feature lets : ni
I. dent Charles de Gaulle to retain you switch quicker torn telephone to normal conversations. -
during the three days.In exclusive control over France's

(AP) Premier all, this year's folk festival developing atomic force. See your doctor first if you have .

Khrushchev and President Ah- will include appearances by 1- In reply to criticism from deputies ', S a hearing problem. You Mom
give andwellgiveIV
med Ben Bella of Algeria con- ?>00 to' 2,000 persons.On who want the National As- HEAffl G: AIO. )10 Day Free :Trial ; a ._

ferred in the Kremlin -' today. Friday and Saturday, per- sembly to have a voice in nuclear -

Subject of the conference was formances will be '10:30'am.. policy, Pompidou said: 608 N. tpdintdisliwashef her $50 DisposI1r

not revealed. a.m. and 1:30 and 7:30 pm.There'll "It is clear that the right of EiI1I! MAIN ST.
: be a Sunday afternoon giving the order '

AIOBERLY, T lo. (AP-Gen.) finale The annual at 3 p.m.event sponsored which the life of the nation,depends Fresh Zenith Hearing Aid Batteries for,most Hearing this sMother S Day at no extra e.! "

Omar N. Bradley was greetedby can belong only to the Aids.
about 1,000 persons Sunday by the Stephen Foster Folklore chief of state. I4t
when he returned Moberly, Guild, the Florida Federation of ------- Hl&Vasp&&l Afardtat lets you The dicpotaQ food_waste dispose

his hometown, rededication Music Clubs and the Stephen give two of the bia' work-savers (Model MA26) ends garbage mess

of the city's airport in his name. Foster Memorial Commission. a Mom can,have. Hotpoint portable in the kitchen-even chews up corn

f & dishwashers do a.full day's cobs and peach stone--- -- ,
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LONDON (AP) Greville OpensIn dishes in one load-and even re-

Wynne, 45, released last week more driedStuck-oa food from MomwHI appreciate*t>otb thele- --

after 11 months in a Soviet prism plates;*rHhout hand rinsing.- -sifts da of,the .
StoreTwo every ? ,yta*
... .. __
: collapsed at his home Sun- *M M> Mhfa -'-

day and was taken to a London
hospitaL men went on trial this With this offer choose from top-load portable dishwasher models --

""It's a nervous condition morning in circuit court charged ,_ .r k and that : :
with ': = DD-60, DD-15, or front-loading portables DB-35 DB-55 :
breaking .
*' enteringand .. ,
rather than a physical one, ., ", '
said Wynne's physician, Dr. Ed- possession of burglary tools.A p- H o you can build In later. Come in today and be sure of getting the .::..
six-man jury was selected '--
ward BottLONDON -r model select for Mother's =
you Day.
'just before noon today for the ,
I trial of Wayne Brooks and Rob- :: : .
AP-Prime MinIster ,
( ert Wayne Chapman charged ... -.
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arrivedin :
of ,
Aldo Moro Italy "
I with taking $1,600 from a saleWiIscm's >h"- a i
London today for talks with in Retpwitdishwasherspriwd -
Department Store
Prime Minister Sir Alec Doug last January 20. >s 80 ...AND YOU GET

las-Home on trade and disar- The pair pleaded Innocent areinvited At THE}. HOTFOOT

mament. when arraigned by Circuit:
Judge George L. Patten two I f from ONLY I DO-Model}5
Takes weeks ago. I EXTRA CHARGE!
Pulpit Ted Duncan and Max Futchare

representing the state in to meet Attorney General

the trial before Judge Patten.R. ,'

AtMicanopy bee. A.Scruggs(Buzzy)are Green representingthe and Sigs- andMrs. James W.: ". NOW! KOTPOiXT AUTOMATIC ClSKWASiKGCMYEKOCE UP 2 YEARS? &


Baptist Nice Weekendt ". :., 'y',; : PER DAY :
JRev.: David Harms of Gaines- :
\ "viHe has been called as interim World's FairNEW ,I.: .. KYNESa 750e
,pastor of Micanopy Baptist ns.MCWTVf

Church. YORK (AP) New i:' DYER 5 YEARS Of SERVICE.) .

York's 1964-65 World's Fair had ; .. -
:Rev. and Mrs. Harms are ; ._ ;- -.c' _
a placid, weekend that
sunny '
members of this city's Parkview
Baptist Church, coming here contrasted with the wet confu- **: ,, IDDIED-rnIE OmR AT AU 12 SIU ,,:'- \
sion of Wednesday's opening. "*; '- -* t : ,ff ', .
:from North Miami He attended held at /V.. '
Religious services attracted 1-
Wheaton College in Texas and +

:Is ,preparing to become a met- heavy ing. Afternoon turnouts\ Sunday crowds morn were Refreshments' The HOLIDAY INN\i;I jumbeserved

'leal mlssonary. He presentlyIs
thickest in the transportationarea tdY3
teaching at Gainesville High where the free programsof TOMORROW-5:00 to 6:3TPM: A. I

School Mrs. Harms teaches at General Motors and Ford

J. J. Finley Elementary and were star attractions. TUESDAY, APRIL 28th (

previously served as religious Sunday attendance of 200,212 !

education director of a North -counted up to 1 am today- i

Miami Baptist church. made 'a' total of 765,908 for thefair's KYWfS CORNER .N MAIN ST. & 12th A VE.._ '

When a horse sleeps, a mus The first weather five days.was clear ana KEEP ATTORNEY" GENERALs w OPEN TIL 9 P.M. PHONE 376-1296. r.: I

cular reaction locks its leg cool There were few, signs oI PA roams MIt. .

joints in place. traffic difficulties or congestion. \

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Celtics Win

i' ( Rookie Equal to Taskr rc; ; Open Loop Teams Play Sixth Crown-

The Business League opens its
... :
I season tonight at.CSty Park with]

r dling of pitchers, picked a quite! who was on deck. You could for'- fanned four.Elsewhere. six games scheduled on the two
Associated ,
Press Sports Writer a spot for the rookie left-bander give Lopez if he shuddered jus t fields. By BOB HOOBING
It's a long way in from the, in .' in the American CITY
Sunday's game against Bos- a bit. LEAGUEW Associated Press
bullpen at League the struggling Yankees L Pet Sports Writer
Chicago's Comiskey ton. The Red Sox were leading But the youngster didn' Budweiser 2 0 1.000

f, Park. Plenty of time for a relief 1-0 in the second inning and the cringe. He fanned Yastrzemskand J finally reached the .500 level I Gainesville Schlitz Wings 1 1 1 1 .500..5OCI: BOSTON (AP)_"This has to

; pitcher to size up the situation. bases were loaded with one out. got MaIzone on a grounderEnd with a 5-4 victory over Baltimore II' Guy Cleveland THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE 0 2 .000: be the best Celtics' team of all"

r And you can bet young Frank All Kreutzer had to worry of threat and start of 5 2-:j ; Minnesota nipped Detroit Tuesday Bill Russell, the man who

Kreutzer was doing some fancy about was the defending American innings of airtight relief. 3-2 in 11 innings; Los Angeles I';:5' < '1, :,' t weiser 7. Schlitz vs. Gainesville vs. Guy Wings.Thursday Cleveland. ; 9, Buo proved defense can dominate ascorer's -

sizing up:when White Sox Man League batting snapped a five game Cleveland : : game, summed up
r champ, Kreutzer, who won his first t 7. Guy Cleveland vs. Gainesville I
ager Al Lopez waved ,him into. Carl Yastrzemski. who was the big league game, allowed jus!t t winning streak 7-0 and Washington .'t y :,,' u", Wings 1. BUdweiser BUSINESS vs.LEAGUE Schlitz. Boston's unprecedented sixth :. '\
v his fourth big league downed Kansas City 7-4. ** t' :'* .,f' :' This Week's Schedule straight National Basketball As-
next batter and
game. the ;!:nt
league'sleading three
I.I.I hits before leaving for 2 I : : k ,,' I,. Tomorrow sociation

I Lopez: ,. renowned for his ban-I hitter, Frank Malzone.ter. pinch hitter in the seventh. Hef The Yankees evened their FRED NEWMAN 4:3Q, Sunny land Packing' vs. Post Office enth in championship and sev-
; I, CWA vs. Hav-A-Tampaj f:3a years.
i 1T-iiE: -.. -.. record on three unearned runs, stops Cleveland Field Utility No.Dept.L vs. Gainesville Livestock,, After the Celtics defeated San

the final one coming when 4:30, General Electric vs. Smith Sin
catcher John Orsino let a Harvey clair; S; Medical Students vs. Gaines Francisco 105-99 Sunday night,
I ville Gas Co. :30.. Flips Radiator vs. the big center heaved a sigh of
2 Haddix knuckler get by fora Dot Bird Penn Chem. Field Wednesday No. 2. relief in a jubilant dressingroom
passed ball hi the eighth in- <:30 Publlx vs. Road Prison; I. CWAvs.
Post Office put one giant sneaker on -
; ':3Q. Hav-A-Tampa vs.
ning. Hal Reniff was the winnerin Utility Dept.. Field No. 2. the bench and beamed.
f relief of Whitey Ford. Takes State (30. Sunland Training Center vs.
Howards TV; S. Medical Students vs. "The league was tougher this
Smith Sinclair; f:30. Pulps Radiator vs.
I', Wild Throw Gainesville Gas Co.. Field No. 1. year so we had to be better to
Jerry Lumpe's wild throw Pin Lead 7, Road Prison Thursday vs.. Sunnyland; 9. ; win," Russell said. "No one can

I with the bases loaded and two GaInesvIlle No. 2. Livestock vs. PuWIx Field tell me San Francisco isn't a'' BILL RUSSELL

out in the 11th inning gave Minnesota EAU GALLIE '(AP) -'Mary- 7, Penn Chem Saturday vs. Sunland/ Training great team. We all know Cincinnati Celtics the BEST! <

its victory Jim Kant Center 9. Howards TV vs.' General was terrific. Boston had
I land Fried Chicken of Orlando Electric, Field No.2.CHURCH the winning point on a free
to be
went the distance to win it. Bob LEAGUE something speciaL"No
took over the Class A team (Division I) throw to make the score 100-92.
Allison team in
Jimmie Hall horn W L Pet. professional sports
ered for the Twins. leadership in the Florida Wom Highlands Presbyterian 2 0 1.000 ever had won six straight play- But Wilt Chamberlain cut the

I Don Zimmer en's Bowling Association tournament North Latter Central Day Saints Baptist 1 1 1 1 .500.500 off titles before. The Celtics lead to two points, 101-99, with
crashed two Grace Presbyterian 1 1 .500 19 seconds left. Russell dunkeda
1 had been tied at the
II lome runs and Bill Skowron yesterday with a score Kanapaha Presbyterian 1 1 .500
First Baptist 0 t .000 record of five with the New Tommy Heinsohn miss with
socked another as Washingtonbuilt of 3022, replacing ,the earlier THIS WEEK'S Friday SCHEDULE York Yankees' World Series 12 seconds left to settle the.

an early lead against leader, Satellite Lanes of Eau 6:30 Highlands vs. Grace; 8, Kana kings of 1949-53 and Montreal's issue.
paha vs. North Central; ':30 LDS vs.
I Kansas City Rocky Colavito Gallic. First Baptist Field No. I.
# Stanley Cup hockey champs, Russell played the full 48 minutes
I Jim Gentile and Manny Jim- Hazel of 11)W L Pet. 1956-60. 1 had 26 rebounds, 14 points
7) enez homered for the Athletics. Tampa .Southslde Baptist 2 0 1.000
and six assists. Heinsohn scored
Parkview Baptist 2 0 1.000 Boston lost the lead it had I
first in Class
j, Fred : place singles First Methodist 20 .1000 19 while Ramsey and Sam Jones
tJ... Newman, who had been Wesley Methodist 02 .000 held since the second period '
Face sidelined for a month with in- with 683, while Norma Kingof First Presbyterian 0 '2 .000 early in the final quarter I contributed 18 each.
They Tough Job This Week Calvary Baptist 0 2 .000
fected tonsils, blanked the Indians Tampa moved into second THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE against the persistent Warriors, Chamberlain got 30 points, 18

Florida's in his first start. Tom Sat- place with 677. I ':30. First Methodist Friday vs. First Presbyterian then regained the edge. Retir- :in the second half, and scrappy

r three veteran hurlers, Jim Biggart, Charley Anderson and Danny riano slapped three of 12 Angel Dot Bird of I ; *. Wesley vs. Calvary; '2:30. ing co-capt. Frank Ramsey got J little Guy Rodgers had 19.
Parkview Southslde Field No.
Eggart left to
right will face
a tough chore this weekend. The Gators meet hits and drove in three runs as GainesvilleFirst

' Auburn in a two-game series at Perry Field and the UF "must" win both if it Los Angeles handed Cleveland Federal

I ?i hopes baseball to race.capture the Eastern Division crown in the Southeastern Conference its first setback since opening moved into the II Phil Slows

day. Class B singles Ortega

f !I Ii I I- .- ,lead with a 673

score, including ..

Three Nines handicap. She ;. '

I leads r;
by six '

pins over run- ;' .r- of

nerup Evelyn L. .. .,;,:. Slump DodgersBy

Jewey of TamDot Bird
In SEC Racetitle.
{ pa. Another Gainesville bowler'

Dean Yaun, dropped to secondin [ MURRAY CRASS hasn't risen to the expectations' er, struck out three and walked

Class C singles behind Joan l Associated Press Sports WniteiE r others had for him when Los' only one after the Dodgers gave

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Schero\ of Miami The latter After pitching himself E Angeles signed him out of a him a run in the first Inning. He
Kentucky edged Auburn
I rolled 668 to Mrs. Yaun's 663. a permanent job with the Los i Mesa, Ariz., high school for a was in trouble just oncewhenLee
twice last week
Mississippi, winner of the moving to with-
I in Other leaders: Angeles Dodgers for four years.. reported $60,000 bonus in 1959. Maye tripled in the fourth.
I Western Division of the South one game of the division leader. -
Monday April 27 1964
Florida Doubles Phil Ortega has hurdled himself But now, his 1.20 earned run However, third baseman John
: eastern Conference base- only one-half game Class A
into Manager Walter Al is the best the Dodgers Werhas grabbed Joe Torre's
ball League, is keeping a watchful behind defending SEC champ Bea McRae and Marge Wagner

eye on Auburn, Florida and on Auburn. Tampa 1303 ston's heart in about two hours.. have. Before his shutout he had grounder and nailed Maye at

I Kentucky. Ole Miss claimed its sixth The 24-year-old right-hander,, pitched 6 2-3 innings in relief. the plate.

J The latter three are in a heat Western Division title when a American Gladys Watts and Clara Bur, starting in place of the injured pI I I Elsewhere in the National Philadelphia got three home

: ed race for the Eastern Division' doubleheader with Louisiana League Boxes ger, St. Petersburg 1269 Sandy Koufax, stymied Milwau.. League Sunday, Philadelphia runs plus seven innings of tight

State was canceled Saturday be- WASHINGTON Vie Mamos and Mae Proctor kee 1-0 on four hits Sunday as; whipped Chicago 5-1, Houston pitching from Ray Gulp beforehe

f cause of rain. That left only four I abrhbi KANSAS CITY abrhb 4 DETROIT abrhbi MINNESOTA abrhbi Daytona Beach 1262 ,, the depleted Dodgers won only!swept past St. Louis 6-4 and tired. Tony Taylor and Gus

I FordCobrasBreak SEC games on the Rebel's ZImmer Blas'ame 3b 2b 4 41 2 2 1 2 Charles Mathews 3b ct: 5 402 1 1 j I I I Wed Lumpe 3b 2b 5000 5010 Rollins 3b 402 0 their third game in '12 starts Pittsburgh and New York split Triandos socked solo homers

schedule. At 10-0, Mississippileads Hinton .If 5010 Causey ss' 401 1 I Cash Ib 4111 Allison Ollva rf Ib 501 512 0 1 Class A All-Events t The victory, Ortega's first in the: doubleheader. the Pirates win- while Bobby Wine unloaded a
: Down the league by five games. King rf Tb 4 4011 2 1 1 Law Gentile c Ib lOll 412 :I Demeter Kalme rf,cf 5122 3000 Killebrew Hall ct If 401C 322 1 Mary Lou Graham, Miami major leagues, came at a most I; ning the first 4-3 and losing the I;three run blast in the sixth.

Kentucky toppled Auburn 5-4 Lode Brumley cf c 4121 3110 Colavito Reynolds rf If '4 3'0 1 1 t I 1 S I M'Auliffe Horton If SS 5 5010 0 0 0 Versalles BaIley c 400 0 1740 propitious time. nightcap 3-2. San Francisco and St. Louis played its game witJ

;. In Italy Race Saturday, handing the Ti- Daniels Brlnk'an ss 3000 lOllGreen2b 400 I D Roarke c 4000 Allen 2b SS 400 5000 0 Norma King This is the fifth season Ortega I Cincinnati were rained out of a Houston under protest. That action -
Krausse 1687
p p 000 C S Regan p 3020 Tampa
:gers their second one-run loss Kline p 0000 Monfgudo p 1 0 0 I I I Egan p 0000 aGoryl Kaat p 401 100 Dot Comey Miami 1684 i' has had a trial with the Dodgers. doubleheader. stemmed from an unusual

: Ntm V rk iHnttl1! in two days. Georgia Tech split aBryan Pfister p 000 100 C C I I Totals 3* 2'1 2 bPower Totals 40302 1000; Even .in the minors he Ortega, a 6foot175pound- inning-ending double play in the
a doubleheader with Vanderbilt, Sturdivant p 0 0 0 I C I I Class B Singles
By ROBERT DALEY bJimenez 111 1Hllndrah'n a-Struck out for Allen In 11th bReached eighth when the Colts scored
.. 2-1 for the Jacket triumph and p 0 0 0 I( first on error for Kaat In 11th.Detroit Dot Bird Gainesville 673 two
NL Box ScoresHOUSTON runs.
PALERMO, Sicily A mid- cAlusik 000(I I
1-0 for Vandy's Florida .
die aged Sicilian baron and a beat Tennessee 12-8. A twin bill Totals 35 out,7II for,'Monteagudo Totals 15.411.4estrucJc In tth I t Minnesota :'::::::::::::coo coo 002 000 coo coo 00-2 01E Evelyn Jewey, Tampa 667 Mike White scored on Rusty

30-year-old Englishman trained between Tulane and b-Homered for Sturdivant in 8th; c- -Lumpe. PO-A-Detroit 32-7 (Two out Class C Singles ST. LOUIS IP H R ERBBSO Staub's fly ball but Bob Aspro-
MississippiState Walked for Handrahan In when winning run abrhbi abrhblLillis Hook ............ 31-373330
... by his father to be a racing was canceled because of 9th. 15;. DP-Allen, Versalles scoredI and Minnesota Allison Me 33- Joan Schero, Miami 668 ss 4011 Flood cf 501 0 Cisco ..........223 2 0 0 1 0 monte was ruled out for leaving
driver the 48th Flor- Washington .............. 300 Oil.020 7 r Aulliffe unassisted. LOB Detroit 8. MIn- Dean Yaun Bond rf 2100 Groat IS 2210 Wakefield .......2 1 0 0 0 2 second before the catch. Manager
won Targa wet grounds. Kansas City ._............ 000 001.012-4 I I nesota 10.25RollIns.. Gainesville 663. M.White 2b 321 eMaxvill 0000 Bearnarth, U 0.2. 131 1 0 1 0 *
io car race near here yester- ; HR-Allison. Hall, Deme Wynn If 31l2LewISrf 402 Law .............12.J 7 3 2 4 4 Johnny Keane contendedWhite's
Mississippi defeated Mississippi E-None. PO-A-Washington 27-10 Kansas ter.' SB-Wert. S-RollIns. Aspro'nte 3b 4 0 1 1 dLong 100 0 Bork:, W, 1-fl ...... 1-3 1 0 0 0 0
day. All but one of the .American State twice earlier in the City 27-10. DP-Brinkman. Blasm- IP H R ERBBSO Be'champ cf 3 0 0 0 Boyer 3b 402 2 WP Hook. U-Sudol, Pryor Secory' run shouldn't count.
game and Skowron Daniels. Brinkmanand Regan. L. 1-2 ... 10 1-3' 3 O'Hara Runnels Ib 0000 McCarver C 4 0 1 0 and Burkhart. T-2:43.
1 Ford Cobras broke down. week for the margin. necessary Skowron. LOB-Washington 6, Kansas I- Egan ........... 1-30 0 2 0 4 01 5 Says Staub Ib-cf 4 0 0 1 B.Whlte Ib 423 1 Aspromonte had singled home
The Baron is Antonio Pucci for The Rebels City '. Kaat W 2-0 ..... 11 7 2 2 3 11 Grote c Il2OJomeSIf 4010 Second Came what turned out to be the winning *
a championship.
a 2B Blaslngame Lau Brumley Mam HBP-By Kaat (Cash). U-Salerno I Valentine 'Zip' Needed Owens p 2000 Javier 2b 400 0 NEW YORK PITTSBURGH
wealthy 1 a n downer who competes only team undefeated in ews. HR-Zimmer 2, Skowron Jimenez McKInley Soar. T-3.03. A-14,475. aKasko 1110 Simmons p 200 0 abraM abrhbi run earlier in the inning..
Gentile. Colavlto. Bruce p 0000 bWarwick 100 C.Smlth3b S000SchofIeldssIllO
It( in this race as a hobby. SEC competition, play their last IP H R ER BB SO I BALTIMORE NEW YORK For Mile MarkDES Woodes'k p l010Fanokp 000Sadeckl 0 Hunt 2b 4330 Vlrdon cf 4110 Ron Hunt and Tim Harkness
It was his ninth try. The Britonis four conference games at home. Daniels W. 2-0 .... .1.3' 4 4 1 5 I abrbbi abrhbi p 000cGagliano 101 0 0 Harkness Ib 3 0 2 2 Clemente rf 4 0 1 1 rallied the Mets after they
Kline ........... 2-31 0 0 1 1 I Brandt cf 4011 LInz as 4010 Altman rf 4010 Stargell If 3000
Colin Davis, whose father, Then they meet the Eastern Di. Krausse U -1... 1-34 3 3 1 1 I Apariclo ss :3000 Rich'son 2b .4021 Totals 31 ( 7 5. Totals 34 412a 3 Thomas If 3020 cFreese 1000 threw away the first game.
Monteagudo .... S 2-3 3 2 2 0 2 Gaines If 4000 Lopez rMf :3110 MOINES, Iowa 'CAPTom ) -Singled for Owens In 7th; b-Called Kanehl 0000 CI'denon Ib 4011
r Sammy Davis, was a famous vision winner for the conference Pfister ......... 11-32 2 2 3 0 Snyder If 1000 Mantle cf 4210 O'Hara 'out en'strikes for Simmons In 7th; .c- Gonder l000BaIley3b 3010 Hunt scored all three runs after
driver before World championship.The turdivant ...... 2-300000 I Siebern Ib l000Renlffp 0000 says he hasn't'regainedthe Doubled for Sadeckl In fth; d-Hit Into Elliot cf 2000 dLynch 1000 he singled double and
sports car Handrahan ..... 1 Orsino 5100 Trrsh If-cf 4120 double play for Lewis In tth; e-Ran for Samuel as 4010 Mazefkl 2b3100 tripled.
1 0 0 0 "zip" he had
War II. Colin Davis only mod- Vanderbilt-Georgia Tech WP-Handrahan. Balk-Sfurdivant. U-0 I Robinson 3b 5130: Howard c 4000 he when Groat In 9th. ... ... .... .... .. Stallard p 4020 Pagllaronl C 2 0 0 0 Harkness sent him home two of
I Stevens, Napp Rice Stewart. T-2:2S. Bowens rf 3111 Pepitone Ib 4010 was cracking indoor mile Houston ._....... ........ 200 000 220-4 Locke p 0000 Schwall p 0000
erately successful up to now, games shaped up as pitching du- .A-4,263. Haddix p 0000 Boyer 3b 3100 Bauta p 0000 Butters p 1010 those times with sinsdes.I .
Adair 2b records last winter. St. Louis ..............:.....100 101 111-4E aftntav 1000
was taught by his father to becalm I els.: Bunny Richardson won for I McNally. 3011 3121 aBrlghf Ford p 0000 1000 -Javier, Lewis. PO-A -. Houston Sisk'-P 0000 I The Pirates won the openeron

careful and disciplined the Commodores with a two-hit- BOSTON .k.hhi CHICAGO .I.ph hi I Miller p 0000 bMoore 0000 But the missing ingredient 27-12. St. Louis 2711. DP M. White bBurgess 1000Totals Roberto Clemente's bases-
\ '
: -- -' cPowell If 1000 Gonzalez rf 0 0 0 0 and Staub Lewis McCarver and Groat; 93 311 2 Totals 32262
all qualities wmcn pay oil on The losing pitcher, Jimmy Schilling Bressoud 2b ss 5 ll2OHshbgercf 0 2 0 Buford 3b 4010 3000 Totals :34404 Totals 31511 1 1a wasn't obvious to Drake Relays B. White Groat and Javier Llllis. .M. Grounded out for Butters In 6th; loaded single in the ninth. Errors

this wild circuit as nowhere Robinson, gave up only one hit. Malzone3b Ytne'skl If S SO2OHansen 0 2 0 Robinson rf 4 0 2 0 Bright-Walked In 7th;for C-Grounded Ford In 7th out; b-Ran for Miller for fans who saw the little Loyolaof White St.LouIsL and Runner Houston Vi. out b-Fouled for Stargell out for In Slsk fth; d In Filed 9th; e out-Filed for by Al Moran and John

I Tech's victory came on Ron Stuart lb 300lNIchols nIf300C ss 2100 In 0th.Baltlmora. Chicago senior uncork a 56.8- 2B Gagllano. HR-Wynn,- B. White. Bailey In fth. Stephenson and a walk to Bill

else.Pucci Scharf's fourhitter.The Mantilla rf 4000 cMaxwell 1000 ................030 til 000-4 second last SBWym.Me' White. SF Staub.IP ............_.... :
quarter to win in- H RERBBSOOwens.W.11..6 New York 11 010 000-JPittsburgh
and Davis shared a Williams cf 4. 0 0 Landis cf 0000 New York .................. 200 001 lIzSCGaines. an ............ SOS Virdon had filled the bases.
4 seventh of the Flor- 4332 3 eo. too 002-2
closed Porsche grand touring inning Tlllman c 301 Cun'ham lb 2120 Unz Pepitone. PO-A Baltimore vitational mile run in 4OL xBruce ..........1 4 1 1 0 2 _
I ida-Tennessee clash Spanswkk p 2 0 1 0 Wels 2b 0001aCanlgfo 34-14 New ..... _
was the ; York: 27-14. DP-Aparlcks Woodeshlck .2 2. S 1 1 E-Clendenon. Pagllaronl. PO-A New ,
1 car. Pucci drove the first three lSOOMcNlney c 2000Radatz Adalr. Siebern. LOB Baltimore 11. Making his first outdoor Simmons L. 2-1 ...7 S 4 3 1 3 York: 27-0, Pittsburgh 27-20. DP-Pagll-
and the last three. longest and busiest of the day. p 0000 bWard OSlO I New York: 6. race Fanok ........... 1-31 222Sadeckl 1 aronl and Bailey Hunt Samuel and Gators 7th
.J laps The Gators exploded for eight eJones lOlOcStephens 0000Lamaba I 2B-Roblnson. S-Ford, Aparlcio. of E the year, O'Hara plodded ..........1231 0 000 Harkness Mazeroski SchofIeld and Clendenon -
the p 0000 Martin c 0000 IP H R ERBBSO I x-Bruce pitched to three batters In tth. 2 Mazeroski
drove middle four 1 a ; Bailey and Clen
ps, runs and the Vols countered with Ackley 0000Morten McNally ......._ 4 1-3 5 04 2 3 2 along'n fourth place most ofthe HBP By Simmons (Bond). U-Bar- denon. LOB-New York: 7, Pittsburgh 42B In College
spurting Into the lead on t he p 0000Kreutzer Miller ........... 23 2 0 0 0 1 race, and neverled until he lick. Donated!, LaMes Steiner. T-2:40. -Bailey, Hunt. 38 Hunt. SB-Alt-
six. Florida hiked its record to p 2011
Haddix U 0-1 .....1 1 1 0 0 0 f,700.CHICAGO. Elliot.
; next to the last of them. A lap dMcCraw 1000 Ford .............7 0 4 3 3 2 flashed past John Camien of I man
IP H R ER BBSO Baseball Poll
here Is miles of climbing 94.Auburn Wilhelm p 0000 Reniff W, 1-0 ._...2 0 0 0 2 0 PHILADELPHIA ..
44.7 Totals 37.1II1 Totals. 24 2 <.2 PB pmporia, Kan. State on the Stallard W 1-2 .1135 2 2 1 3
(10.4)) fell to Kentuckywhen Orsino. Honochick, Runge abrhbi abrhbi Locke .. .. .. ... 1-30 0 0 SO
# plunging, always twisting Charlie Casper singled in Grounded out for Spanswlck in b-Walked for McNertney in 7th C-RIII Florida moved to seventh
; Brock rf 4100 Cailison rf 400' I.. 1-1 .. 1 2 1 I 2 0 up
I Sicilian countryside. Race cars a run in the seventh inning. The for Ward In 7th; d-Struck out for Kreutzer Saturady Night Game Williams If 4 0 0 0 Allen 3b 401 0 Butters ......... S 4 2 2 1 4 In the
almost never get out second I In Tth; Pooped up for Radatz In CLEVELAND LOS ANGELESab His time ar off his indoor Santo3b 3120 Stevers Ib 300 $Isle ........... 3 J' 0 1 5 place bi-weekly national
day before, Kentucky's Cotton 8th. r h bi abrbbl Bankslb 4011 bAmaro 000 '
best of 3:56.4 was more than x-Faced 1 man in 2nd. I college poll conductedby
Howser ss l000Pearsonlc14000 Rodgers 3000 Gonzalez d 3510
gear. Nash provided the margin witha ostea ..._............. 100 000 000-1hicaoo Davalillo d SllpMoran3b Burton cf ss WP-SchwalL U-Prr. Secory, Burk- 1
3000 Cater If 411 0 the
I Pucci and Davis drove the two-run homer.SOUTHEASTERN ................ Oil 111 OOx-2 Wagner 3110 Fregost ss 5120 four seconds under the Drake Ranew c 3000 Triandos C 221 hart, Sudol. T-2.-J3. A-1X524. newspaper Collegiate

I 447 miles in 7 hours 10 minutes E-TUlrnan. Hansen. PO-A Boston Romano 4012 Adcock'Ib 4000 record. However, he lost a Normanp 2000 Wine ss 4123 LOS ANGELES MILWAUKEE Baseball.

and 53 seconds, an average BASEBALL CONFERENCE 24-113 Chicago 27-10. DP-Schilling and Whitfieid Francona Ib rf 2 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 aDees Rodgers Ib c 4020 1000 chance become the fourth inthe Toth aLandrum p 0000 1S0BoidschuflplSI0 Culp p 2000 SS abrhbi Il2OAioucf abrhJMWilts 4010Gilltam .! Santa Clara led with :129
BressoUd. Stuart. Bressoud. and
Easter DivisionCoaference Stuart, Schilling Kindall Ib 1000 Thomas rf 4000 55-year history of the Relaysto Elston p 0000 Roebuck p SIlO 29 2SISMathews3bIllI J points to 310 for Arizona State.
Bressoud and Tillman. LOB Boston
speed of 62.3 miles hour. Alvis3b .
per Games An Games 4000 Simpson cf 3000 Totals 11,1.4.1 Totals 30 S 7 5 Moon If 2000 Maye If 4010
Second by 13 minues was Gian. Wg.pd. WLPcS. 12, Chicago 4.28CunnIngham.. Held 2b 4000 bPiersall If 1000 win two "outstanding ath- I Ilete" -r:11ed out for Toth In tth; b-Ran for Howard rf 3001 Torre Ib 2000 1 Western Michigan was third
Auburn ...... 10'4.714 IS 4.719 Kreutzer. Yastrzem Kralick p 4110 Knoop 2b 4000 Slavers in tth. Fairly Ib 3010 aWoodward 0000
ni Balzarini and Hans Linge in t Florida ........ f 4 ."1 U 7 .450 I ski. S-Wels 2. SF-Weis. R.Lee p 3000cFoiies awards. W.Dovlscf 3IIlCartyrf 1000: with 281 points and Wake Forest
Chicago ................. 000 OM 091- ,
Kentvcky.4.M7 U .6U IP H R ERBBSOpanswick
..... .. .. .. .. Roseboro C 200 Gabr'tson rf 4550 fourth with 273. Others in ord-
a similar car. Then came three Tennessee .... S 4 .455 13 11 .5Q L, 0-1 5 4 2 1 1 1 p 0004 The 1964 honor went to Gayle Philadelphia 111 OM 11.5ENone. Werhas 3ta 2000 Bailey e 200 ,
closed Alfa Romeos driven by' Georgia ....... 3 7.300 1'.431 adtaz ......._. 2 1 I 0 1 2 Duliba p 0000 PO-A-Chicago 24-10. Philadeiohia Ortega 3000 Boiling Ib 3010 er, were Texas, 259; Florida
G&Tech..2.3S3 4 11.1S3 amabe ,......... I 1. 0 Vt 0 Totals 35252 Totals :39170 Hopkins of Arizona, who set two 27-14. DP-Elston. Renew and Menke ss 2000
the following pairs Bussinello- VanderbUt .... 2. t .200 2 10 .231 ckley ......... 132 1 1 2 1 a-Ran for Adcock In fin; b-Hit into records and hisbid Banks. LOB-Chlcago 7. Philadelphia 4. bOsh 1000 State, 254; the Gators,. 247;
.,. Division Horton ......... I 4. S 0 1 force play for Simpson in 9th; c-Singled strengthened 2B-Allen. Cater Banks. 38-Santo.HR McMillan ss 0 I 0S 0'' .
Todaro; "Kim" Thiele; and I W L Pet. WLPcL reutzer, W, 1-0 51-33 I 0 1 4 for R. Lee in 10th. for a spot on the U.s. Olympic -Taylor, Triandos Wins. Sowskl p 2 00cOtiver 0 Michigan State. 233; West Virginia

Ferlaino Taramazzo. Mississippi .. 10 0 1000 U 2.119 Wtlhelm ........ 2 1' I 0 2 Cleveland ............. los toe oei i-j IP H R ER IB SO 1000Tiefenauer 221; and Missouri, 208.
I Alabama ...... .500 10 B.326 HBP-8y Spanswkk (Hershberger by Los Angeles. ...___..... 000 000 MI ofl-l track team. NormanL0.2.4, 4 5 5 3 2 p 0 0 0 0
There were four blue C o bra L Tulane ...... 4 7 .364 12 10 .545 adatz (Cunningham). WP-Lamabe.B Taft ............ 1 1. I I 0Cul Total 24131 Totals 35040 Mississippi, Western Division
I Miss. St. .... 3 ..333 13 19 ..545Louisiana P TUIman. Martin. U-Hurley. Flaherty E-AJIvs. PO-A-Cleveland 33-15. Los Hopkins took the broad jump W, VI ..... 7 2. S 2 4 a-Ran for Torre hi 7th; b-Popped up in the Southeastern
at the start. Angeles 334. champion
sports cars They St. .. 2'.2.50 7 10 M Carrlsan HaUer. T-2:44. A-B.826. DP-Fregosl* Knoop and Baldschun ....... 11-32 1 1 2 0 for Menke hi tth c-Filed cut for Sadow-
bore California license plates. This week's schedule: land Adcock 7. Los Dees Angeles and 7.Knoop. LOB-Oeve- with a leap of 26-2 and won the Roebuck ._.. ... 2-31 t 0 0 0HOPBy ski bi tth. Conference, Is. d No. 12.

and were entered by Carroll I' State Today: at- LSU Mississippi at Alabama(2). Georgia Arkansas vs... Cleveland. ab bi LOS ANGELES ab r' bi -FregosU 3BRomano. SB Wagner triple jump with 51-8, best mark WP-Norman Elston 2. Balk(Sievers.Cutp. PB Triandos-TrianI Los Angeles __.._...??_1M ooo too-IMilwaukee Auburn, Eastern .ision leaden
r Pearson. SF-ROIMnO. dos. U ................ OM IOIIOO-t
Georgia Southern at Augusta.Tomorrow. in the nation this -Harvey weYer Conies VenzoT
Shelby who makes them. They Howser ss 4l0lPesr50d 4210 IP H R ER BB SO year. -2:4>. A-12.522. currently Is No. 22 In the
-Georgia Tech at Georgia Davalillo d 4 0 0 0 Moran 3b 5131 KnIkkW.2-O..11 1 1 S 1 12 E None. PO-A-Los .Angeles 27-f, Milwaukee
were too big, and heavy to ex Sewanee at Vandertxlt LSU at Alabama Wagner 4010 FregosI ss 4231 R-Le .. ... '".11 4 I 1 4 a Both leaps were a foot better NEW YORK First Cam PITTSBURGH 2711. DP Mathews and Toora; poIL
Kentucky at Eastern Kentucky MUlsaps' Romano C 4030 Thomas rf 4111 Roytack L, "1.. 1.3' 1 1 2 0 Menke Boiling and Gabrttson. LOB -
do-well here but two of abrbbi abrbbiCSmith
pect to L at Tulane. Francona rf 4 0 0 0 Rodgers c 2001Whitfieid Duliba .' .. '" 2-3. I I S I than Hopkins had done previously 3b 0eChrtpher Los Angeles 4, Milwaukee S.
ISSlScholeId 3' 1
Wednesday-Tennessee at Georgia Ib 4 0 0 0 Satriano Ib 4033 WP-R. Lee. U sa
them were in the first five for a rummond Di Mure, 111.Vlnlancf 3001 38 Maye.Moon., W. Davis. SF-
Tech. Murray State at Mississippi. Atvis 35 4010 Kirkprck If 4 I 1 0 Paparella Umont. T-3.02. A-6.T37. i in the two events. Howard.
0 0 0 0 Clemente
rf 5021
while. These-were the Dan-Gur- Thursday-Tennessee at Georgia Tech. Held2b 3000 Knoop 20 2100 p
Hunt 2b 400 OStargeU If 2010Harkness IP H R ERBBSO
ney Jerry Grant and Phil Hill- LSU at State Southeastern at Sooth,..Louisiana Mississippi.Mississippi Grant p p SaO 1010 Newman p 4000Seyfrled 165231 Johnston If ISIS OrtegaW,1-S.-O 4. I 1 3
Attman rf SlsIcsenoeflilballO SI owskl.L.1-2..5 a 1 1 7
Bob Bondurant cars. The Gun Friday-Vanderttlt at Kentucky Auburn aPost 1000 Maior Thomas If I1108aIley3b 4111 sedawski.L1-2.-B 3 1 1 7 4
at Florida Tennessee at Georgia SI.bertp 0000 Gonder c 2IlIMazer'sk1Th4221 lefenauer ... 1 0. I I I
Grant eventually finished Alabama McMahon 0 0 0 0
car at Mississippi. Mississippi p .
bKanenl o 0 0 OMcFtanc c 4150 HBP By Ortega (Torre)
eighth. State at Tul.ne.SlturcslYwne. iLuplow 1000 League! Taylor OOOOLawp 3030 U-Crawford. Vargo, Forman Jacfcow-
Bellp ella
-- as Friday. Totals 34110 Totals 33.7127 Elliot Cf 3000 Bork p 0000 skL T-204. A-14.111. I Paid Advertising
--I Samuel ss JOOOfMota 0000cHlckman
-.-Filed out for Seyfried In SItu b- lOll
truck out for McMahon to 7th. Moran ss ISIS

FULLY QUALIFIED Cleveland. ....._......... ooo oot ooo.-o: NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE Cisco Hop p ISIS illS T STABLE & DIGNIFIED
Las Angeles ............... 212.CI02.t1x-J WL.Pcf.GJ. W L Pet. Q... alCranepool ISIS
PhUVpItla 7 2 .771 Cfevtfend S 2 .TW
Wakefldd 0 0 0 S
,, HARRY EVANS is FULLY Qualified to E-WhltfieU. FregosL POA-Oeveiand San Fran. 73.700 tt Detroit 4440PIlisbuegh %S dSteVscnlSISTotals p
Serve You As Superintendent. 4-11. Los Angeles %1... DP-Howser.' 7 4 034 1 Baltimore 5 4 .5 54 1 14313 Totals 324114a
i Held and Whitfield; Held. Howser and Cincinnati 65.3452 14JS1MIIWaUke
I WI tfIeI4. LOB-Cleveland 7,.Los Angeles I 4 5 .545 2 Minnesota 4 5 .545 1 -Singled for Cisco hi Tttw b-Ran fori'': Keep your Assessor's
Gonder in fth; c-Called out on strikes .
i 11. Houston 4 4 ,500 2V% New York 4 4 JOO 1 4 office operating in a stable
Samuel to tth d-Struck ovt for Wake-I
Vote For I 2B Thomas. Moran Wagner. SF- St.Lauls 46JOO2'> WashingtonBoston 5 4 .455 2 .
field hi tth; e Singled for C. Smith hi
ChicagoLos 4 4 4 I and dignified manner.
Rodgers. Thomas f .400 3V> t .400 2V 1
tth Sacrificed tor Bark hi -
I Angeles 3 JSO SV4 Los Angeles 4 4 .400 2V4 ; tttv. '
xGrantL.1-1..2 IP 3 H R 4 ERBBSO 4 3 1 I New York 2 0 .200 5Vi Kansas City 2 5 ..284 3YESTERDAY'S New York .. ... ... .__ ... ._ .... 1M 011-1,I KEEP J. PIERCESMITH
: HARRY I Seyfried ........ 2 3' 000 Pittsburgh .. ISO let 551-41! .
Siebert ......... 11-32 2 221 RESULTS YESTERDAY'S RESULTS -
EVANSI McMahon .. .. 231 I 000 New York 3-3. Pittsburgh 4-2 New York 5. Baltimore 4 E-clendenon. Moran, Stephenson. PO-
Philadelphia 5. Chicago 1 Chicago 2. Boston 1 A-New York 25-15 (one out when winning I
Bell ........ 2 3' 1 2 2N.wmanw.10..t "
S Los Angeles 1 Milwaukee I Minnesota. Detroit 2. Innings run scored) Pittsburgh 27-11. DP-
Superintendent !I 4 4 Houston. St. Louis 4 Los Angeles 7, Cleveland 0 Hunt. Samuel and Harkness 3; Samuel. a
I I 1 x Faced 2 men In 3rd. San Francisco at Cincinnati 2 rain washing 7, Kansas CItY I Hunt and Harkness. LOB New York :
WP-Siebert. PB-Romano.. U-CI TODAY'S GAMES TOPAYI GAME l0.pitSSburs1a.
Pd. Adv.. Mure. PapereHO Umonti Drummond. T- Los Angeles at Houston N Washington at Los Angeles N 38 Harkness. HR-Bailer, Mazeroski. (Pd. Adr.)
2.4U,_A-W19.. h Only game scheduled: Only game scheduled' s-Mota. SF-Virdon.
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.10 Gainesville Sun Monday April 2.7. 1964

K,::Maple LeafsTriumph .. Z & pott t Relays Stars:; Hill Rise May Get Mud ;

: In Will Boost 1 UiI2.M
: '
rs.y in Trial Race

Stanley Cup Yank SquadPHILADELPHIA Derby- "

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r--: TORONTO AP-The never. (APThis By KELSO STURGEON Mr. Brick, with blinkers off at Aqueduct. They had been ex U.5fOJ9 460

-say-die Toronto Maple Leafs are ; jai Associated Press Sports Writer,for
of those when the the first time, beat The pected to dominate the race tot
is one years 4.60
-, Stanley the third Cup hockey championsfor after only real winner in the comparative LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP-Hill Scoundrel by one-half length in it was Saidam, making his first 460AS

ta: brilliant straight in year count down after the Rise[ the 8-5 favorite to win the Saturday's Stepping Stone at start of the year who romped ItLffU49
rally the playoff
Kentucky Derby, never has hada I off with the honors. ,
"finalS.. Penn and Drake Relays is seven furlongs. Dandy K., who
race in the mud, but it looksas .o
: Toronto, two games away a t t Uncle Sam. if he will get his chance to stumbled and almost fell leav Garden State Park opened the t:

TJrom.the title after dropping a : This is an Olympic year and see what he can do on an off ing the starting gate was a fast New Jersey season with Big

*':-1 decision on its home ice last 1:4 the old gent in the Red, White track in Tuesday's Derby Trial closing third. Pete taking the $27,600 Delaware LMU0
Tuesday, capped the comeback and Blue suit. rubs his hands Stakes. Valley stakes 'by'li -

::with a 4-0 victory over the Detroit -. with satisfaction over good performances I The El Peco Ranch colt Is expected Favorites Lose lengths over National. '::

-. Red Wings in the deciding i whether they be in to meet six or seven other The surprise of last Satur- LOUISVILLE (ATM probable starters ::
*;game Saturday night I in the for the Wth Kentucky Dirty May Z, v 0
I Philadelphia or Des Moines. Derby hopefuls day's feature races was the setback with (jockeys end owners: 59
: ::Toronto Manager Coach 'r mile trial-the last prep for Saturday's -I Hill Rise. Bill Shoemaker, El Pace.
4unch;; Imlach, who stuck to The actual count in 19 comparative $125,000-added()()( Run for the of Mongo and Gun Bow in Ranch.Northern Dancer Bpi Hartack Wtao- itM
jigorous training schedule: events was 12-6 in favor $82,350 Gray Lag Handicap field Farm. 40M
3t .the Roses. Dandy 1C, Mickey Jotomone CJ. Can
,throughout the playoffs while! a of Drake. The athletes at I The Trial should prove a real mine. 0tt
4 x The Scoundrel" Manuel Yceta Rex Etts-
Des Moines turned in faster St
:the Red Wings rested between I test for the impressive Cali- wor h. 5
'games, was high in praise of ( f times in eight track events and I fornia campaigner if the trackis I CralnptonScores bor Roman View Brother Farm., Wayne' Chamber.Her ;O

...his players. t better distances in four field off-and the Weather Bureau Mr.. Brick Ismael Vatenrucla, Roy Jturfl' a to 0

: :-"They showed all the signs of events. said showers which began falling InS 'Grand* Garcon Jacbtto Veiquez FJLihermen. 14

"true; champions. Bob Baun, Carl Vince McArdle of Manhattanwon in Louisville Sunday would Extra.Swell Merlin Vobke, 'Mr. end .
Brewer and Red Kelly all had continue through tonightHas Mrs. Earle Davis.Quadrangle .. j
I the 400-meter hurdles at no boy, Rokeby Stable. .
-needles to deaden the pain of Texas lihkoodah no boY. TumWewood Stable.He's .
in 51.5 and Bill
Philadelphia OpenSAN
To RunThere's Gem, CF.lowles. .
their and then Gator Swim Captains A Larry Gllllgan
leg injuries, they Hardin of Louisiana State the .
for Hill
told me they, all wanted, to no chance Admiral l Heart no toy Roger Nocer ,
.player Imlach said. Left to right are Sandy Chandler 1965 co-captain. All-America Jerry Livingston 440-yard hurdles in 51.7 at Rise to duck the Derby Trial if ANTONIO Tex. (AP) Prince Davelle. Charley Burr. George- 1.

a: Kelly, Dave Deon and George Ray Whitehouse, 1965 co-captain: ; and UF swim coach Bill Harlan. 'Drake, a standoff in view,of the the track is off because he has Bruce Crampton stole Arnold Hottslnger.Rev T Shuck Harrel Boltn, EA. U1t. .
.Armstrong sent the puck into The Gator mermen were feted at a recent banquet. fact the Penn event is a few had but one race in the last two Palmer'a script to win the $40- I
Ue.Detroit net in the third per- strides shorter. months, and was an unimpressive -000 Texas Open golf tournamentwith :

3od to take some of the pressure I Villanova because the, third and sluggish winner in that the greatest comefrombehind EBD i

3: >ff goalie Johnny Bower, who TJ. S. Cagers Marilynn Smith team in the history of the 70-() one.Bill performance of the

,was engaged in a struggle,with year-old Penn Relays to win Finnegan, the ageless Palmer year. THE OHC FtACC, SOle
rival netminder Terry Sawchuk Defeat four major relay events at this trainer of Hill Rise, points out 'skipped the Texas DRIVERS COME TO 114CtR
Until that last period flurry, Reds'LENINGRAD oldest and biggest track and that he's been so lucky so far Open this time, after winningit I SENSES IS IN AN

C'Andy Bathgate's tally on a field annual of its kind. But the: that he has no idea what his colt three times, but Crampton AMBULANCE'

tbfeakaway with 'the ,game, A XAP-The) U.S. Repeats Victory Wildcats were outrun in three of:can do in the mud. subbed beautifully for the man
kittle more than three minutes basketball image; shaken some- the four events by their Drake Meantime, a field of at least with all that money and noted'

fold was the only goal of the what when Russian teams won AUGUSTA Ga. (AP) Nice Press Woman Athlete of the counterparts. Villanova took the 15, and possibly as many as 18, for his stretch runs. Palmer
game., three straight games from a four-mile! relay in 16:50.7, faster could go postward in the big once made up eight strokes.
t Bower and Sawchuk each touring! 'American squad last guys or girls, don't always finish Year Mickey Wright of Dallas than Missouri's 16:52: at Drake.In race.

kicked out 33 shots. Bower was week, appeared brighter today. last. Sometimes they win. Tex., to do it. Miss Smith, who the sprint medley, however, Besides Hill Rise and Northern Crampton, the 28-year-old

:at Ills best in the waning min- The traveling AAU team, bolstered Take the case of Marilynn played out of Runaway Bay, Texas Southern's Drake time oi dancer, the probable field Australian, shot a closing five-

Jites as the Maple Leafs closed by;five Olympic cagers, Smith. The 35-year-old golfer, Jamaica, nipped Miss Wright by 3:19.8 was better than Villa- looks like this: Quadrangle, under-par 65 over the 8,715-yard
*put by playing shorthanded for ended. its tailspin Sunday by known as "Miss Sunshine" be- one stroke when Mickey missedan nova's 3:23.4; Missouri turnedin Dandy K., The Scoundrel, Mr. Oak Hills Country Club courseto tWHEN

:,ZVz of the last 4% minutes.: :trimming an All-Leningrad cause of her bright smile and eight-foot birdie putt on the a 7:20.6 time in.the two-mile Brick, Roman Brother, Prince come from a tie for 16th to -
quintet 74-65. friendly attitude on the women's final hole which would have relay to 7:31.7 for Villanova Davelle, Royal Shuck, Ishkoo- the championship by one stroke
squared the match. Miss Wrightwas and Western Michigan's 9:51 for dah, Grand Garcon, Extra with 273 for 72 holes. He madeup
Win Crown tour, rewrote the record book in
Jim Barnes of Texas Western,
the pre-tournament fa- six strokes. .....
only collegian, among the Olym winning, her second straight the distance medley outdid Swell, He's A Gem, Admiral'sHeart

TORONTO (AP-Jim Jacobs pic team members on the Soviet fttlebolders, Championship Sun I I vorite. Villanova's 9:5.8.Florida. I and Clem Pace. Tied for second were Jan (Chi ACCj.J : "
AN ;
lleve: day at the 6,300-yard()() Augusta Marilynn who watched chi ., ...
of New York and Mort of tour) scored 20 points Sundayto : anx-: ) Rodriguez, a Puerto Rican,
:Chicago teamed to win the dou- pace'the.US. comeback. The Country Club course. I iously from the scorer's table a and Bob Charles, the lefthander DENT HAPPENS .-.-
:bles title in the Canadian other few feet as Miss Wright Hunting Season from New .
open Olympians are Larry She finished with a one over away Zealand who due to>> mechanical failure.
;fO T-wall handball championships Brown, Dick Davies, Pete Mc- i lined up the putt, said, "I fig wound up with 274. It's too late for anything but
72-hole total of 289, two
,' Sunday. Jacobs and Leve Caffrey and Jerry Shipp, all par ured we'd be marching around regrets for "what'you mTflhVhave / ..
strokes better than the four- in' 1964 Nov. 14 done" the tmmAeyou.
Opens on Rodriguez had a chance to
,turned back Mickey Unroth and AAU standouts. :round tournament record set by here again Monday just like we saw the first sign .of troubl"=
Harry Tepperman of Toronto The Americans dropped two .did last year." She beat Miss tie for it when he came into the . THINK! "
21.13' 212. straight to the Russian national Patty Berg of St. Andrews, Ill., Wright in an 18-hole playoff in TALLAHASSEE (AP) Flor-' and Fourth Districts, hunting final green seven-under-par for '
L'1 1955. Miss Smith also set the
Johnny Sloan of Chicago beat team at Moscow and were beaten and 54-hole and back nine 1963 for her first major championship -Ida resident hunters will taketo will be permitted daily. In the the tournament but he missed a SAVEHERE--, : _
Pat Kirby of New York in the here Saturday night. A U.S. record 18,36 for the tournament in in 14 years of competition. the woods and field SaturdayNov. Second District, hunting will six foot putt and took a bogey. en Rebuilt Generator,

1(finals of the Canadian open sin- team had never been beaten be- 'bur days of what she called 14 as the 1964-65 hunting be permitted daily except in Anyway, the Texas Open Water Srarten Pumps., Fuel Clutch Pump Dies,
gles 3-21, 21.11, 2112. fore in Russia.Cbiefs' season for deer, turkey, Dixie, Gilchrist and Levy
'the greatest golfing week of Only three previous times hasa opens turned out to be a show for the I and Pressure Plates
and bear. counties. In the Fifth
quail, ,
foreigners-three took the first
life. The victory earned winner
my managed to repeat at '
After a series of public hunting will be permitted daily three places. A foreigner never
l 11,300. the Titleholders These
Osborne Hits; She had to beat the Associated Miss Berg in 1937-38-39, Dorothy were ''I.hearings during which hunters and only south of state highway 50 before had won this oldest tour
I i and sportsmen presented their, the St. Johns River. nament in golf.Crampton's iBRAKESUPPtrrFREE
Kirby in 1941-42 and Miss
desires, the state game com: State highway 50 ,runs from
: Jax Suns Blanked Againrunning Deadlock ,Wright in 196162. !mission set the seasons and Titusville through Orlando to $5,800 first money BRAKE

bag limits yesterday.The Brooksville. I here gave him a total of

.By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Syracuse took a single GainesvilleTeam Where staggered day hunting I $13,361.67 and vaulted him from 1314 S JMaiSSi,
: First baseman Larry Osborne ContinuesIn only exception to the is enforced, hunting will be allowed -' 23rd to eighth in the list. I
2-0 from Jacksonville.
game Nov. 14 opening date' is the
daily during the first
"itruck two blows Sunday that
;pulled Toronto from seventh Rain washed out a Rochester- FSL ,PlayBy Loses Third Conservation District i nine days of the season and I AUTO FINANCE

,place in the International League Atlanta doubleheader.Jim which opens Nov. 21. Nov. 25-29 and Dec. 23-Jan.: 3. e DIVISION OF
Chiefland defeated Gaines-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Throughout the First, Third Shooting hours for all hunt GENERAL FINANCE CORP.
tie for
: standings to a sec-
McKnight saved the first ville 10-7( and Williston won over i'
Fort Lauderdale and Daytona ing will be from one half hour Can Refinance
;pnd.His tenth inning double and game for Toronto with a three- Beach continued today to set the Newberry 6-2 in Central Florida before. sunrise to one half hour Your Present Car and/or

'1 first inning home run gave run homer in the sixth to tie early pace in the Florida State Baseball League play yester Thomas Tops after sunset on each open day. Advance Additional Cash

Toronto a 5-4 and 2-0 sweep of the score at 44.: A single by baseball league, while Miami day. Turkey hunting was split this On Our Special Low Rates
third baseman Ozzie Virgil of third Mixed year. The first season opens and Cut Your Payments -
:> doubleheader with Richmond preceded took over sole possession Denny Keene was the win- LeagueHarvey
Nov. 14 and In Most Cases.
Osborne's game-winning allows three turkeys by2
which shoved the Virginians Into place. ning hurler for Chie and.
: seventh place. double. Virgil singled again in Jack Lynch led the Fort Lauderdale George Rone had four hits and Thomas led the Mixed of either sex. The second $650 up to $5,000 ,

Columbus also swept a. doubleheader -the first inning of the nightcap attack with three hits Edgar Arnett a pair for the League at Palm Lanes with season-allowing two gob.. J Just Coll Us At 376-25)1)
", 12-6 and 7-4 from Buf before Osborne drove in the as the Yankees beat Lakeland losing Gainesville club. 158190202550. Will Stock had bIers-runs March 13-28 southof or Stop In Our Office

Palo to move into the tie with only two runs of the game. Sunday night 4-2. I 524 and A. J. Green 518. highway 50 and March 27- TSS #.dlttli M. At 718 N. Main St.HAYDON .
Don Fugate was the winning I April 11 north of highway 50.
second and front
the Leafs for,
With Butch Cole pitching a
Ted Savage lined the firs t
Eleanore Todaro paced .
Williston hurler, while Bill Koff
.. <* pitch of Buffalo lefthander Will two-hitter, Daytona Baach kept .
was the loser for Newberry. women with a 632 on 178179175.
"FSU: Hunter into the stands in the pace with the Yankees by shutting Ella Mae Schenck had 445 as

TennisStars ninth inning to score three runs out St. Petersburg 2-0.() Pat Other games. were unreported. -did Pat Brownsword. BURNS
for Columbus\ nightcap decision Harrop? singled home the two Is- .

:' Shine over the BisOn: The Jets had lander runs in the fourth inning.'The Team Four had a 2118 series i _'

wrapped up the, first game witha .Miami Marlins defeated and Bill Lyon's Sunoco rolleda

: The five-run eighth inning. Tampa "4-1 for their fifth win In Manny Ycaza has been in the 749 high game. Splits were IS A
CAPE CORAL (AP) 'break out of a four-way made by Myron Cunningham,
a row to three times in five Ken-
batters struck out t. money
failed Syracuse
:toTvin Florida team State honors Seminoles, but .they 15 times and got> cnly four hitsoff tie for third place. Dick Rock- tucky Derby rides but has never -5-7; Mrs. Schenck, 5-10; and r ;
; : in the 579.
well brought in two runs the Thomas,
won race.
the two Jacksonville pitchers.
';ginned startling on. and another .. .
,powerful Miami Hurricanes in But righthander JackHamilton eighth,with a single SPORTSENTHUSIAST
.both 'singles'and doubles,finals ran the Suns'' string of scoreless I scored on a single" by Len Far- The Home Of Gourmets

:M the Florida Intercollegiate Innings ,to 24, .as.' he :gave up, eelo. Try Our Noon LunchesCarmanella's
Tennis Tournament. only five hits, struck out seven The Sarasota-Lakeland game 4

-: Lex Wood, a 26-year-old south and walked none. was rained outFLORIDA STATE LEAGUE !

African was the star of FSU's W L ret. ,.11.
:mashing sweep of Sunday's fi- In Star Game: Daytona Fort Lauderdale Beech ** 2 2 .750.730 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
Tials. Miami 5 .3 425 1
4 .500 I
seeded ,Wood 44.5002
,The ,
r Tampa
BUFFALO N.Y. (APDennis -
Petersburg 4 .500 >
growing stronger as the match. Claridge, quarterback of Nbraska's e- St.Sarasota 1 1 .143 4V Il .. '..
1 .143
progressed in 90-degree heat upset Big Eight and Orange Orlando YESTERDAYS RESULTS! WANT TO RIDE ON A CLOUD?
the top-seeded Hurricane, MIami L Tampa 1 Haydon Burns recognizes that Florida abounds
Bowl and, fullback 1 .in' :
Rod Mandelstam, 4636.2, in champions, Daytona Lauderda"Belch 4.!' St. Petersburg THEN RIDE ON BUTYL! .

an an South African singles' fi, Tommy Christian will Crutcher play in of the Texas All- Sarlsotl Fort .t TODAY'S OrllrwSo. kpfDOmd GAME rein certain sporting activities.: But he feels there arex many other::
nal. ; Likeland'it Fort LauderdaleTvmp. GOODYEAR'SSUPERSILENT
*. America football game here at Miami '
'Mandelstam, who had never St. Petentwraaayton. Beach activities that be Florida with
jlayed against Wood although June 27. Saraseta at Orlando can brought to more leadership _

;they came from the same coun- BUTYL and encouragement such as the professional football ''wprld' .
;IJry, won-the first set and had a Super-Cushion .-.
;34 lead in the second before the CLARK'S.
series" playoff between the national football ,league champiohs-- __
:Semnole player began his rally. a tir* that fives a rid so soft ;
it's bard to believe. And almost .
five consecutive -
t Winning
Barnes, Wood captured the sea GOODYEAR, as quiet What's butyl? A special and ice hockey, which some Florida cities now offer adequate::

3>nd set and he took the third SALE On Our Budget- low-bounce rubber with
: Mandelstam's ymayinf grip and go.It aoaks up facilities for handling.
Jay breaking serv. .. ..,un
jolts befort they reach
'ice in the third and seventh air you.
All-Weather 42"3T
'games and closing out brilliantly Priced Burns was a high school athlete, is an enthusiastic fisherman:-
with four straight points
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against his tiring opponent NYLON with TUFSYN ana boat man, a horseman, football and baseball fan. He ,understands "' -

j: Thirty minutes later, Wood -... .... .
came back with his teammate The super-durable synthetic-toughest rubber $300n.Taxe.Watt Florida's interest in automobile and motorcycle' rajcTnav.: _.
:bon Caton to whip Mandelstamnd Goodyear ever used hi"auto tires. .bI. ..

John Hammfll in the dou- Tire horse and dog competitions and is sympathetic" 1
bles, 2-6, 8-6, 6-2, and complete GOODYEAR NATIONWIDE "NO LIMIT GUARANTEE racing, sports car ,_

t| big day for the new FSU coach $ 65I. Me Itat.. *.tta/Na twit e* iltt/Ne Writ u to roads/No limit+ atU ...
Paul Scarpa. I speed/for tM eatire bie of the tread. to problems confronting championship golf, pleasure boating; ;
AU KCW KOODTUH AVTt Tilts Alt COAIANTtU *ilist defects tovorUwnship
T Miami collected 18 points to sad Mterials and aural md hazards except repairableBtMcturt '
win team honors, followed by ."r 15T8IIe *. water skiing, skin diving, tennis and bowling. .
-typ.dtackw.tl. If A tOOSTUt TW FAILS WU Tilt SEAlANT any ef Mere tka
FSU with 13, Florida 7, Rollins 50.000 Goodyear dealers to the United States sad Ctiuca will m*..
$ and Florida Presbyterian 1. p'ltS oN tIS1M tire ,"++ allowance"toodrurINSTANT e. a M fnce"* fare based M erifiaai tread dcptfc rtaulaim P4cumat In short, Mayor Haydon Burns is a 'man.,who: as governor/"*: .

:4 There's a limit to almost TUFSYN will understand and talk the language of the. sports fan simply _
*anything except the number of $2 more for Whitewalls 4 ,. .
wrong ways a golf ball can be yt because he is a great one himself. -.
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; me br wire,:w11- spoof not IN PROBATE. been size and duly forfeited to and

ls t/ 1 lbs. fr pit 14 gauge : Estate ofFRANCES for benefit Alachua C bills for parts from outside the Bargain Mart No. S ,

{ br spe.patel fie Inches MELISSA PICkET ty, Florida under o b vir o State of alp not b paid b Store ...._...........Cltln.... 144.51
11 GREEN .Is known C Chapter 5 Florida .ad the Alachwa Ct Road Barnes Floor ...... 12.60Bametts
/ SEE ; ) 10 each, 20 rod rolls-design No O. and also kn ed and n to the possession Bi shall duplicate sale in Cities Cotrao......

by 10. .bJ 10 bars-.*" stay spci. FRANCES MELISSA Board of County Commissioners of this within a G. W. B.s .Src. ....... 1.6
g.u a bottom wire, 12 Deceased County. Said property Is ste at the the envelope clearly marked Polite Surplus Store ..>.... 3.6

in stay wire weight per. roll n NOTICE TO CREDITORS Alachua County Jail 13 S.E. "Bid o Trc. Beeb Sale ........ 4.6
less than It* FLORIDA STATUTESTo Stn Stret. Gainesville, Alachua County. All b hi writing and delivered Septic Sri.......... 4.6
Spti shall b* In accord with the 'Alt,Crtdto'and Per Havtn will be sold to t high hand or mail t t Boardof'County Birdseye Flr" Seed Store .... 6.5

of Commerce National Demands and best bidder on the 4th o .Commissioners Aiaehua The B lak ......... ..14
Bureau o StanarC Simpife Pr.cl Caim o "galnt Sid 1964 bte the hours of 1:0 a.". I County Courthouse to Gainesville, Blu Chip .............. .6
You and each of are hereby.notified and 2:0 p S.1 Sale wl held Florida on or before 2:30 PM. Tues: Drieli CI.n ....... ..6
I .tKeSUN BUs -( domestic wire only, Speclflca- ad required y pet any claims at Cont Jail.J. day. May S. Uu Bowen Ci Drug ....
I't' lions t an each bid. and demands which or either The Board Cot Coisie R Brannan Shop .... 85.
.. The bd slll f.e Gainesville you may have Y. estate o I I Clerk Circuit Cr reserves the right reJ en.1 R. C Br Motocl............. 80.59
By E. bids and waive W. .. .
.. ., ; FIa Frae Meli Pie Green also i t .. .. .. 1 ,
, ... bds 'shall b* I a sale eel Mr Gre and also Deputy Clerk G. DAVIS. CHAIRMAN/ Browns Service Center ... ...
a C 2.6
envelope and evelop known as Green, de ; (Court sa/\ BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Dorothy Browns Play/ School ..
"Bid 'Fence Mels 3273: Builders ............._... 2.6
I 'ALACHUA RECORD cer' mare o late of said to the .2% Br )
\: GENERAL. Brock, Byron Wade Settle, COURT OF b writing and deliveredby ceas of Alachua County. Florida Con ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA Ti Burger House .......... 66

. April 23' Ruby Larene Thomas Phillip Judge.Criminal Ira Carter Dispositions April 22 Commissioners hand or to Alachua the Board County of Cot t his office In the court house of said IN ,THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN- 327: 42 42 C J.H. Bus. C.Garage Butler .......... U.5 3.6

-Fined William Pierce Anderson. Rt. courthouse on o before May County at Gaisie. Florida witi AND FOR COUNTY. IN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THEEIGHTH C & Ctra. n.
BIRTHS"Mr. Murray Smith, Cheryl L. Bo- o 2:3 P. six calendar the "LCU' E Electric ......
3. speeding traffic school and $20 court 12. m* o Camerons Auto ...
I chette, Donald Alexander Cok- costs; Angela Boggs "Alachua speeding The Bor o Cot Coisir re claim the/ first publication demand shall of tis notice E. SMITH and MARTIN CHITTY. FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA Campus Cii Salag......... 10.6

; and Mrs. Francis Dough Smith traffic'school and $20; Linda June Cow- seres t t rl all and or state the place of writin PlaintIffs The Srie........... 266
er Marguerite 26
RubyLee LAW
art 3001 SE Hawthorne Rd.. no valid waive s.1 residee NO. Casons Grocery .
t iralis
erty; 221 B Flavet III, a girl; Webb, Lorain Ruby Smith, driver's license $20 or five days: Rufus G. M DAVIS an oI adrs o the claimant FRANK C MRE. JR.. Cecils Auto .Tr.11......P.r..... 26
shall the
Mr.,and Mrs. Hectar:. Guzman, Laverene Dlxon violation of restrictions OF a his sr ..b claimant STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF Central Paint Stores .........;.. 26
Luther Emory Griffith John- driver's license, $25 or 10 days COUNTY COMMISSIONERS et. .tme. any such MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE an the cf "152s
on ; FLORIDA "ge o St.t C. Gulf Service ....... .. ,
I 1690 NE 16th Ave., a boy; Mr. nie Lee James Cleveland John Daniel Feehan. 3815 SW Fifth Ps 1,. ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA claim or de.nd nt s filed .shall b NOTICE OF SALE Florida.Petitioner. Chastam Jr. ...........
and Mrs. Thomas disregarding stop sign traffic school and (3221) : 5:4 void Pursuant to Final Decree of Foreclosure Cities Service .......... ..6
Brock 1790 %
Thomas Cannady Freda Ear- $20 court costs A n "I. Pearl Jackson A..Green entered to the cause of E. E. V. NOTICE OF RULE NISI Coleman ........ 26.60

SE, 32nd St., a ,girl; Mr. and Newberry violation of driver's license Dwight SullivanAs SMITH and MARTIN CHITTY, .II. LOUISE ROLAND et .1. Coles Jewelers .......... 20.60
of the Last
lene Whitesides, Dorothy May restrictions. $25 or 10 days; William .AGENDA executors WIl and tiffs V FRANK C MORE, JR.. D Dfnt Collins Tenneco Service 36.60
Mrs. Kelly Campbell 1015 .NE Beard of Adjustment Testament of Frances s s a J. B. NOTICE DOMAIN Stati
Johnson LaCrosse. no valid drfver'scense. : li Ml C.ria Clr o Colol.1 Inc. ... .. 54J9
24th Terr. and Knight Ruth Ada Clark, all of $25 or five days? Elihu Mudrow Uiii Operations Canter 't Pickets Green also Mrs. the above entitled Cort PROCEEDING; Flwer, ..........
a boy; Mr. Mrs. Gainesville J. B. Murphy Ala. Moye Two NE First Ave.. speeding S Sea Fifth Avenue C 0. .Green and .1$ known as following described property to-wft: Community Shoe Shop ......... ..6.
Alvin Carlisle Trenton a boy ; traffic school Dean A. Nlederkehre, 1017 MIY 1M4 -I:N P.M. Frances Melissa Green deceased. Lot 4 of ure plat to the S IN THE NAME AND BY THE Coney Island Restaurant .. ..
I ; : chua; Priscilla Annette Long, NW 12th Ave.. boating at night wlft\ utlight" T_A ret b Mr. and Mrs. E:..:-irst pbiti"pl 6. 1H half (SW) 9 of AUTHRIT OF THE STATE Of Consignment Sales Company .. 11.6
Mr. and Mrs. A. Carlisle, twin .will!* Parker 1421 .SE 14th PL. Her c.ne a non-conforming (321$) '13 2 Township 10 South, Range 2 East FLORIDATO Cotrar Supply Inc. ...... 46
boys Mr. and Mrs. Julian Worthington; Yuoyone Carlisle, speeding $20 or 10 days; Clifford R. as a grocery ar-1 more prticul.rl described a follows WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ServIce.
; Mix. Trenton M. Geneva Mixon Cameron no address listed charged with meat market to another non-conform'r- NOTICE TO CREDITORS : and to"all persons and prti claimingor Station .. 4.64

on, Old Town; a girl; Mr. and ; driving while intoxicated plead.guilty u.as a. restaurant Sio 12. la, Ar- FLORIDA STATUTES I Commence at the Southeast corner hivi any rih. tite. Iteest. estate -Cookie Truck Terminal ..... 48.60
Old Town; Jeanette'Ahrano, to lesser charge of reckless si00 IV, Ordinance 702 South i IN THE COURT OF THE COUNT of Lt 9 of Section 15 Township 10 > on J. H. Craggs Co. .. .3.732,23Albert
Mrs.. Ronald Ward 3860 SW or 3 d.yS J. S. Shan drii.. .Fi wet Fifth Street In an R-2 zone. JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY,. Range 20 East thence run that mae o of .l hereinafter Crip Ctri....... 1
Archer Rd. Melrose; Tracy Carl Darden, ,St., display of firearms, $ 2 A reut b Robert E. Robn t IN PROBATE.IN Nor 0 degrees 00 minutes It se I described, th following persons A R. Crocker .....? ..6
Mr. and
a boy; Keystone Hgts. Frances ,Thel- 30 days;_ Margaret L Wallace, Melrose,, of.mll RE: ESTATE OF cos West along the East line of together wih a unknown persons R. Crocker Barber Shop .... 10.60T.
, Mrs. Keith Smith, 3009 SW Hawthorne ; i allowing an unauthorized person to drive,i substandard (4 fet by 17 feet). Sec Austin LHei Kimball, Sid lot 36 feet thence run North claiming ., through or under k R. & Juanita Crsb ._...... 12.60
ma Lewis, Alachua; Thelma traffic school and $20 cots Michael Eugene ti 10.3 Article Ordinance 1090, and mie 58 seconds persons who are or Crumpton ........
.Rd, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace, driving ie side yard variance from 7 To ...1 Creditors and Persons Havtn West 411.92 feet t t point o bin known t b dead dea.111.: w.r rot The Daily Cleaning Service ..... 3.6 16
Fry, Waldo; Mable Crawford, traffic re. feet Demands Against ning thence run 0 Harley
K. C Crawford school and $20 F. Si 2.2 Articl Caim o Sli Ea S Davis S.le Company
Archer 125
a boy. Archer Margaret A. Rosen- Dennis. Waldo, no life saving dev Ice Ordinance ltthTerrace minutes 30 East 13 C M. Boland321S T. J. .................
while $20 or five days (suspended In .an R-1C zone.X Yo and each of y are hereby n feet, thence run North 19 4 Sowthview Dene Beauty Shop ....... .
,ADMITTED burg, Hawthorne. b.tl. H. Evans. Hawthorne, A request by Keith Haythorne to construct and required present any I minutes 26 seconds Wet 100 .. Montgomery, ..."ve George Desha ............... 4.40
fishing without A lices. $20 or 10 days; two apartment hs wit front claims and demands which you, or either thence run North 0 degrees C min- SRD No. 310 Dixie Qu .............. 140.5*
I'r 'Robert E. Wilson Jean M. .. from feet. have against the 30 seconds feet.
Lyndol C. E va" Hawhm fishing yard variances 2 o you may estate ute Wet 132 Service Station .. 3&60
DISMISSED a license, $20 Doro Section Article Ordinance' 100 Austin Lllelo| Kimball, deceased thence run South $ 4 minutes Louise Boland Duke Lumber Supply

Doherty, Mary Anne Hagler, Iva D. Holmes James Coleman wi... Grifit Oil day. fishing i on tots 1. 9 of Hay Height kite o sai Cont. to the Con 58 seconds East 100 feet the 3211 Southvlew Company ................... 704.53
Barbara: Elaine Ward, Mary without $20 Cit. days;,G. W.! Ax a recorded In t Judge of Aau. Cont. Florida. pint of beginning. All bin and ly-Montgomery "ven uracelan By Byers ........ 460

Daniel Gellner, Patricia Griffith, 01 CIt? Pa.. fishing ,with a I 90(8 Block of Northwest 10th Street) his office of saidCounty in Lot 9 of Section Tonshl SRD No. 318 Dual Shoe Shop ........... .6
Lee Campbell, Margaret Louise license, $ zone at Gainesville, Florida, within 10 Sh. Range 2 East Alachua Gulf Service .. .. .
Cauthen, Don W. Hodgins, Ruth 10ay I. A request by GrlmmeH Hughes for a six calendar months fro the time o- .. F. B. Denfon W. H. Edwards. Jr. ......... "6
Mallie Arndt and Estreated the bonds ef: Jams Hem special exception to construct group hous the fr publication notice. E.c ALS A strip of land 35 feet Nor 3303 Montview DriviChattanooga Electro Care Products of
Nipper, daughter don Etherldge 1221 NW St. al i. 'Si 27, Article IV Ordinance demand shall b In by 100 feet East and Tennessee MM Fla ............... 134.59
Eunice Crews, Margaret lowing unauthorized person to drive, $ ; t side of Swet Fifth and shall state the of residenceand lying Immediately South of t abe SRD NO. 310 Elouises Skylight Restaurant ... 2 .6
! ;: s post office address of the claimant described P. B. ... .. .. .
Anthony Montana, Juno Beach, Avenue Ue .0 Blo af R-2 propry. sublect a permanent Emory .. ..
Service McVoy and daughter, Gertrude $35; Fre N. Bunnell Jr..Surf Cit.spig.. zone. In shall be sworn to by the claimant eseet fo rdrightfay Shellle Ethel Sandwich S ........ 1.60
Hefferman and $35; Robert S. Elizabeth 5. A request 'by James Glover to construct agent, his attorney and any such acrs t Collector McKlnvTlx Ethel Beauty ....... 460Famsworth
son, Nancy claim or demand not so filed shall to the highest bidder Brothers Store ....
N. C, reckless driving a single family dwelling on a sub b .n for cash Alachua .174J9
Koepke and son, Carey I. Dunn $35; Cit. Cots. Daytona Beach, standard lot (4 feet by 17 feet). void. at public before the west door Cont Cors J. W. 8. Jane Farnsworth ....... 28.60
reckless driving, ; Harrison L Goings ion 10.3, IV. Ordinance 10 with NORMA MAL TBV KIMBALLAs of th Clerk's office Alachua County Fishweir Camp ................. 1.6
Ella Barlar, Arthur Jackson, Mllford, speeding Fred a frt yard 'variance from to executrix of the Last Win Coros Gainesville, As to any interest In t Florida Chemical Industries ....

Ronald Norris Keith, Mi., speeding, $'Ja m e s 23V fet Section 2.2. Article VI. Ordinance .n Testament of te 5h of May,. 1964 Flri. ....o. parcel included Florida TV Repair ..... ....5.5.6
News Eloise Rogers, Hunter Lawson, Harrodsburg Ky., at 829 Northeast .18th Terrace Llttlejohn Kimball, cause Is now pending In the Circuit section 262.1 ALACHUA P. F. Fluhr Jr. ...... .... .
I : Priscilla Long, Mildred Youn- driving, $35; Albert Mitchell r.les In an R-lc zone. deceased Court of Florida Eiht Judicial ROAD" t Fordyce & Associates ...... 26
! dress passing stopped school Id. ', A request Central First pbicatio April 2. 1964. Circuit and for A I a DESCRIPTIONSSRD Fowler Texaco Service .....
strom, Ruby Thomas, Sue Long, $35, lst McCullum, speeding, tit Church b th Nor t Bap 1 (3293} % 11, Florida, C.ner Docket I Cont. No. 310 DRAINAGE EASEMENT Clinic ........... ..6
Shelb 1.That part of: .. .. .
$35; Ardell a semi-public use (a Sunday '4-C. Frank Marine . 288.57
:'TwD=so I dl ers from Gaines- Byron Settle, Philip Smith, drunkenness $35; Mcis. lCrosse. Si'3.2 Article XIII, CALL FOR BIDS DATED this 23rd day of April, A.D. Gainesville Bowling Ceter. Inc. 3.5
keN, Lakeland, ,' existing building the northwestcomer NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 1964 A parcel of land In Section 35, Township Gainesville e n
viBe; PFC Darren M. De Ment, Cheryl Bochette, Donald Coker, Tlmko, speeding Pa. $35 drunkenness; Joseph, In -Northwest o Avenue and Sealed proposals for the construction. J. B. CARMICHAEL 1 South Range 2 East described pony .Eqlp.........Com.... 5.5'

20awT: John McLeod. $35; E. Phiadelpia. speedIng Street in R-2 Including the furnishing of all necessary Clerk of the Circuit ofAlachue as flo Begin point 1706.76 Gainesville PlumbIng
Pvt. Joseph IL Holder, $35; George Hawm For. a E. .z.Holtoway for a materials mahiner. labor and euip Cor feet the Southwest corner of Co 'Heati. ........... 4060C'viiie
ILajia other members of the reckless $50.Role Mlany. special b to construct group mont, of listed BY Cont. said Section 35 and run East 2112 fet; Col Storage Co... 500.55
April 24 drii.. housing, excepi 27, Article IV Ordinance be financed pursuant to a loan contract Clerk the .Worth 2053.24 feet to a stake I a Mack .........._.
tftrlnfantry Division Isue fr"the arrest Seio ,between Clay Electric Cooperative Court Dep West 2112 a Restaurant ... .. $.6.
recently BIRTHSMr. ... on east of Northwest ', gras p the fe Gatehs .
of ,
Willie.Canty valid driv 10 t sid 14th 'In the United States of Amer (3294)' 4:27 !! .est boundary_of _Sec .. ...... .
Eleric 4.6
particijjated fa; Exercise Spring and Mrs. Joseph Webb, ers Ocala license, ; Thomas Joseph I nue Sih Stre ls Ave "Administrator of thl RuralElectrification iron 431 manes aovm 'sato secTion Gator ...........3.5
speeding; W. Frank Mann Jack I Administration and des IN THE CIRCUIT COURT line 2055.24 feet the point of beginning Inc
r THaw OF FLORIDA Recapping
; six- Ernest for
-a field train- 8. request a special t
day 16.5
4001 NW 6th St., a girl; Mr. svUe. no valid driver's lie,Wil exception b locate Te' service ignated Fla. 14 will b reeive by EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND I Gator Service Copny. .... 165
IngTexercise.The lam Her Walker Jr. ; the owner or before FOR within 25 feet of a ditch Gay ......
and Mrs. Maurice Strickland cal., (I. beauty parlo In a BP zoned o 10:0 o'clokA "LCHU' COUNTY. IN CHAN- I..i survey Grocery Bar-B-Q .. 46
Hora Wriht. vili driv area. Section (h) the Gains E.S. May 28, 16 Is CERYIN ln desrib as follows: Commence at Geneva Beut Salon ..... ... 66
2138 NE 8th St., a girl; Mr. and lces.otin villa Code of 21 o 2902 at Keystone Height. Florida RE: JOHNSON SECURITY CO East boundary of Section Luella Gib Grill & Dance
; exercise[stressed day and charges against Michael west 13th Street.Ordinanes. North at whic time and proposals INC.' .34, Township 1 Sh Range 2 East Fl........ ..... ... 1240
night maneuvers with opposing Mrs. Douglas Bonneville 1621 W. 247A Flavt no, valid I ,. A request Myrl Hans for a wi b publicly opened and NOTICE OF SUIT located 1064.22 fet of Southeast Gibrt Shoe Factory ... 32.40
NE 18th driver's license; Carl Thames. ,cial b group sp read. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF corner of Section 34 said point Gordon .. ........... 2 .6
Place Mi
units from the division clashing a girl. Perry, n safety chains on towing vehicle : excl IV Ordinance 1WO. NAME OF KIND OF BUILDING: FLORIDA being located curve, concave to the Cordon 44 Service ........? .
ADMITTEDDorothy ; Mary L Arnold 51 NW SeventhTerr Sei 2" side of Southwest 1
in mock tfles1oi 48 hour pe ., two worthless caraes o nue th n Ave. Electric Cortve. Inc. Fla. 14. Idence Is unknown. If living and ; thence from a tangent bearing of Grey Beauty Salo ........ 1.6

riods. Strickland, John M. Dismissed charges agaist Rovel 10. A I R-zo.. Sr.. to If ded the unknown heirs North 34 deg. 32* 3*" West run Northwesterly Gunner .............. 3.5
'r McCleod Annetta Sue Rose Johnson LaCrosse no reuet. b M Botb a front Orange Par Florida. granfes. or other 502.6 feet along said H a, H Shoe Shine Shop ........ .6
I ,cense; Leonard Oberman, Ocala, no veld yard variance from bldi to 3 feet a The spificaton. together ants said H. F. c.i. through a central angle of cr'4 Hal Grocery .............. 3.6
De.Ment, son of Peter F. De Ellen Anne Bonneville, Issac driver's license; George .Gary Kllck- stret side yard variance fr 1 feet with al neessar frs an documents All persons claiming a creditorsof to the point of beginning o 0 de.sid 3 sure .Dele Hardee .......
er, reckless driving (charge withdrawn Johnson .. Hare Amoco ..... 3260
) feet and .n' Interior var bider b Security Inc. line; thence North 57 deg 13"
Ment, .212'SE First St., is, ama Vernes, Reatha Mae Wood, Jon K. Miller UF Medical Cete,1lte from 5 feet to 0 feet from Moore sure YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that thence North 49 5. 13" J. W. .Milre Harris ... ... 2460
hinegunn r. in Company B Thomas Harvy. Godwin Hermen larceny,.(payment of $20 lane XII, Ordinance '1090, Sio 0-0 2.2 GainesvilleFlorida, and fr Clay C. R. CRNATION. I surviving 15 Eat fet feet; thence North 3 4 01' L C. Haris .. ............100.59
Tommie Warmack. no Ires listed Fourth Street MS Electric Cooperative, Inc., Key spouse-and of Llda W. East 150 feet; thence 1 Hartman Trane Service 4.6
2d Battalion of the division's L.. Richardson, all of Gainesville -disorderly conduct; Wmams. 1.Norwes.rest by Robert I. Saunders a ,z.. sto Heights. Florida upon Johns Camatl.sle has fie his Pet 13". East 3 fet; thence North 0 S de. Hawthorne Mfg. .Ag. .
North worthless Dollars ( which Swords Service Station .... 1860
Or.n : S 9-bedroom apartment Fie S1.0) tio Alachua 35' 33" feet to the end said
c Cort
32da.Infantry in Korea. He en- ; Mary Margaret Carlisle, court a.restitution reire. house onto' 2.to. lot. Seio be each bona Cont. Florida seeking the .pplnt. ditch survey line. o Hi Nelgnbor Laundercenter ::::: 160.58:
Disposition :' Fide bldder.within ten (10) after the a Trustee for the HI .... 160M
Article IV Ordinance
tered Neighbr Llunrcenter
the in C.re day
Army February Newberry; Margie Belinda 'Btackwelder, 1310 gen Six' disregarding lG variance from 100. wi 10 bid opening. Additional sts of conveying to him as surviving spouse Containing 0.15 acre more High ....... 12.40
1963 .completed basic Parker McIntosh a stop sign; frt Ylr from and may pans and sole heir at law of Llda o less High Springs Furniture
: training ; Herbert R. Spin n rear yard variance spiicatios W. OWNED BY wife,
listed possession of ; fet to 14.42 feet. Section 1.2, Article 2. upon Ten Dollars ($10.00) Js C M. Blan.n Company .... ............ 160.51
; at Fort:'Gordon, Ga., and arrived -Reinwald, Melrose, Myrle Peterson I are Pearson Hawthorne withholding: Ordinance 1090. and a variance to waive which p..ment win not be subject to Camltlo dceas. fe" siple titl Louise Bo.ndl Deto Hills Grill ............. ... 1.

I 1 last supPr. all'Of the five effstreet refund. The plans and specificationsmay Florida more particularly Cont TAKE NOTICE that a The Hobby Shp Inc ...... 74'Ho..cus
overseas July. Somset rir prkin
trial dates for the bo examined at follows Dearti o .. ...
I' flll w paces. Ik. Article the office of the : Taking has been filed 6 Serice 24.6
DISMISSED plead/ not guil: Lana Bran. H.w. nan Si, Lot I, Block 2 L. T. Roux owner. Begin 165 fe' N of the s styled cause by the Petitioner.be Cpny.... 11.6.
4 Holder whose mother M I possession recorded Plat Book The owner reserves the to Corner of 1. Lot 15 of t Hootens Atlantic
s. De. Subdivision as right acquiring authority these l.c. t.
: .. .
rSe ... ....
Robert S. Wilkerson, Tom P. Hlw. possession of min page .155-on the north side of Norh waive minor Irregulriie or errors In Addition Gainesville, florida, then ings of the o of the pre Hoovers .. :
'B. and A
Virginia Wilson wife takin .b of ....
LinstoNebr. dlSr first Avenue 'lust west 13th the proposal appears to the owner run N 82tt feet for a point described land, purpose set Hs .
tre I
wes o o bin ...... .
Joyce live at 1007 NW 40th :Corbin, Addie Mae Richburg, :I Y conduct Mer Ia R-3 that such Irregularities or errors ning. Then run E 13 feet to s.ke In the Petition fr this cause f Ho.re Barber Shop 6.6
and, removing property under. 3Sf5\ zo. were made through then run N 82V4 a stake, I vi A R. ................ ..6
Lela Mae Hamilton J. 4:2 Iaderee. Anysuch t ten right of way for portion .
B. Murphy Rod .
is rifleman in o Beauty Shop ... ..
I run W 132 feet to Ine
Aye: a Company Irregularities a then
or 93 In / and
sak ..
= err s waive A/acu. Fli. N Drive Inn ........ 1260
Winnie Neal and Lisa must be corrected the 82V4 feet to a stake ... .
son on point the John Murphree.one
A, 3d Battalion of the division's -: UNDER FICTITIOUS prsal prio t o J. Cosmopolitan ... 1260P.
I Carol Blackburn Lillian Sallett Paid Advertising -NOTCI NAME LAW & It acceptance b the owner. beginning. The same a lot o of the Judges of the Circuit Crt 8> Gri. ....... ."
:32d Infantry in Korea. He 'NOTICE IS HEREBY 'GIVEN that owner the right to re' land 82V4 feet by 132 feet lying 'n In the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Jacs Joann ........... .6
I Clari e Brown, Henry McMillon the desiring engage inbusiness led 'any or, all proposals.CLAY bordering en the E side o will en the 17th day of April A.D. 1964 Jeanettes Stylst Shop .......i 6.5
completed basic at Fort erigne t Beu .6
N.E. Boulevard ELECTRIC .COOPERATIVE Ninth Street In City o G.lnesvle. at 11:30 o'clock A. In the AlachuaCounty Jenkins Station ....... .
Jackson, S. C., and arrived overseas -I Gertrude Combs and daughter Gainesville, 2 Florida INe Florida. Gainesville, Fl Jernlgan Motion Picture Serv 1240
I. under the .cul A AND E. T. Martin Executive andCommence ride consider said Declaration of Jim U Service ....... 3260
Jettie Parker
i Jast January Holder, son'! Dampier, Peggy ,MOWER ne 1ntend-to register Manager 396 feet W of the SE cor. Ing appoint aprllsrs. and make such Joes Bar-B-Cue ........,, 8.60
;and daughter, Marie E. Barber, the said COP"NY. Cleric of Date April 1.1964 net of lot number 15 Brown's Addition Order as th des proper. All Marie Johnson .. ............ 460
of Rufus J.'Holder, Route 2, attended I CircuIt: .Court. County, :(3) :27; 3:4 1 to Gainesville, Florida/ then run pries to suit parties Inter. Jones Soda Shop ............. 460CUM.
Gainesville High I Olivia London, Hermine Good, o;d IN THE COURT OF THE N 16 feet W for th pin of blMln. may appear and be heard at the Judklns Jr. Relt Co. 12.60
run ,
I COUNT time and place C. L ...
(s) SAM tet Kaple Garage "
Alexander Nisbet Masle L. JUDGE ALACHUA dsllte .
School. (s) JOE ANDERSONH. IDA IN PROBATE. COUNT fOR. 132 feet;- S 16 feet &place o bIn You and yo. are lreb Kathryn Ceramic Studio ....... ..6

Sheffield, Fannie W. Ward. .' G. BATES o BATES .JONES IN RE: Estate and ning. Dlne to appear b fln A A. W. Keihl, Sr. ............ .10.60A.
W. University Elizabeth o Petition W. Kelhl Sr. ... ....... 2040
.'..I..eeae,, 1. O. B 39a "veu Deceased.To Wlte.. Weintraub Also The S'A o Block (or Lot Num this CIUs th' the entitled Court flie o or Kelly Auto Sric ....... .. 1.6

Ce CI'. Giinesvle. Florida All Creditors and Persons Having br,1 of Bron's Addition to GliS 12th day of May A.D. U6 to Knotts Bar ., ............ 3.6
Marine Private First Class 'C' 5: 4. 11, IS Claims Cot show what right. Interest Launder-lt ............ .
Demands Said til. lis
or Against Estate
(3) % cept the
floi parcel you or any of In and to Laundromat ................. 300.57
Major C Seay of Mr. and viz: the SE corner of t Lillles .....
son land and show Shop .. ,
jTi1C You and each of lbveescib caus Be.u
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIONIN you are hereb I Block 15. and run W to a pointof 1.6
6 fe should not be Arthur Lonesome .
Mrs J. W. of 2138 NW 74th TMfAYXSd and required to present beginning then sme fo .. .6
I" e and demands which netter 6 fet; the uses set forth In Longs Cafeteria, Inc ....... .
-. ..r.&hr. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad I you or the run N 82V* feet; then prps E. W. ft ... .
is Cop. Petition filed Lovell 2
Ter. the
servingwith Second ) tt.a-.i R.ud If- you may have against the es- then S 82V lerel Midre .6
ny posted notice on April 24 Elizabeth Winters Weintraub, fet; run feet to the pointof WITNESS Han and the Seal J. W. ...............
Marine Division's Eighth 'Ia ..' It would file an'application with theFlorida o d blMln which was heretofore said Court this day of Apri o M M Center ..... ... 6.6
late of said to t o 2 AD. 5.5'
NOW 3 COLOR HITS! Public Utilities Commission requesting ce.s. Judge of CCnt. coveye b quit cl.1 deed to I I 164 Mac Drive Inn ....... ...... .
Expeditionary Unit Headquarters 214 NW 13th FR 66472AIM luhrlt to abandon and remove at his office "the court County house the Foreman .! J. B. CarmIchael Macs House .. .._..... ... 12859
OPEN 6:45. SHOW 7:20 the team track at Rastus. Florda. legal said In JOHNSON
.and Service Company ill Ocala County at Gainesville, Florida lans bin. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Mania Gade Nursr ... '.6
presently SECURITY ,
In less than ten (IB) days CO. .. .
SEE 2 LATE AS 9:20 i Flk. n within six calendar months the dislve i IN AND FOR COUNTY, .. 2 .6
corporation. .LCHU'
undergoing extensive thirty (30) days. after fro FLORIDABY Manes Bargain House ........
"LIMPET" SHOWN FIRST time first .
that date said notice o th publication this This proceeding Is brought In the Max Place ............ 1.6
o notice. : Emily Waterhouse .
training. exercises the Carib- FORTHEKIDDiLSI 0fEN'2:00 This .uhrlt Is sought because ap In Eac, and claim o demand state the shall be Circuit Court Eighth Judicial CircuIt' DEPUTY CLERK McCtalns Place ...'.......... 10.6
placeof In 3.6
for Alachua
that County Florida
First Area Showing's Jjff plicant's ros reveal t I' (Court Seal) H. L & Tommy McCullars .. .
bean.' Is a loss and longer post office dres Chancery and Is entitled IN ..
2:30.5:30 oprti of the an Melody Mart, Inc ....... 524.55Melody
DON KNOTTSINCREDIBLE public convenience and s.1 b sor JOHNSON SECURITY CO. INC. You ..
; Radio Service .
se. by the claimant his BRUCE J. ..
8:30 a"or are required to file,your written defenseor DANIEL 1.6
: Meltons ..
the combined Automotive Serv. Inc.
During opera. L'kENNEDV. ey any or demand not answer to said Petition filed hereto Holland 2..5
LAST TIMES .1. .n IUc clai Merle Cash Scale Service .....
tional and "good will" cruise he Superintendent s -s-IRVING shall on or before the 20th day of May. I"TlllhlS. Florida Midget Market .......... 10.6

will have to visit MR. LIMPET YAmMIlN ATLANTIC COAST LINE As executor WEINTRAUB of the Last Will defense and to serve a cop o such Inwer, (3217) 4: IX 20, Mobley Farm Repair ....... ..6
an opportunity flORID RAILROAD COMPANY. and upon ONel 2NOTICE AlvIn ...........

San Juan, Puerto Rico and 2nd FUN HIT AT 9:20 BERGMAN (3289) 4:27. 22. 2 Tetamet Winters of Weintraub Carlisle yule, Florida& Avers, P. O. .ox."Hoes Gains DELINQUENT Of INTANGIBLE UNPAID Mos Tractor Mole Company" ................. ".6.6

Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. TROY DONAHUE : CURT NOTICE UNDER. FICTITIOUS NAME First deceased 27, herein o or before said a PERSONAL PROPERT TAXES W. B. Monroe ....... 4" 5
I1E' STATUTE blcatio"pi 19U reir by t laws of Florida. you As provided Acts Sandwich 1,6
JURGENS I 20723. Shop .. 1
PALM SPRINGS : (3291) .
: : 11 1 Mole
His unit will ,return to its Nol'1 hereby given that the ur % do Decree Pro Cofes of 141, notice Is Caper that Intangible Stoke Shop .. .... ...: 24 /5
ROBERT to engage In un IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE will be entered aaInt you for re Personal Taxes Assessed College ....... ir 4
homebase of Camp Lej e un e, WEEKEND i DONAT der the fictitious name of EL REY o EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Ref demanded to Peti This n for the year Propr are now delinquent J. Neal Shoe Service .......... 1460E.

N. CL this! month. U.S. Highway 441 south o the Ci o FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA. tice shall be published oe week I and beginning with Api 1st J. .Ella Nelson ...... / -0

3rd BONUS HIT Gainesville Aaa Ct. IN CHANCERY. I four consecutive weeks the Gainesville su tae a, drawing the Neb Dairy ..... .........,53454
to the SOUTHERN HOLDING Dally Sun, a newspaper published per month plus theproportionate 2 ..... .. 43'It
te rite t nae wit CORPORA rt. ct per Dair No ...
I JEFF CHANDLER of t C1 Court o TION, a Georgia Corporation, In Gainesville Alachua County Florida, ct of publishing this New ........ ...... ,.05
I MERRILL'SMARAUDERS County. Plaintiff, and l.vl a general. circulation bi notice. Unless amounts act oppositeeach Norge Village .......... .
COLO* t1Y -RAUL U REYES vs- Cot..Flor. name below are paid before the Fishing Tackle ft .
Lewis Nub oM
fireman Witness Stati'
canton Sole Owner II EDGAR MORING and his wife, cleric of the said 1st day of May tax executions will b Service Station .. .

USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John 96U08 (!JJ4 ) 4:13 2 27, 1:4 'DORIS M. MORING also known Circuit and Cr o Alachua of the said County Court Florida at Issued thereon and to be delivered t Olof Hair Stls ......... '31.1
as DORIS MARIE MORING the Sheriff for levy upon any The Blue

W..Carlton, and Joseph ,W..Glovergunner's STARTS FRIDAY I NOTICE OP INTENTION TO Defendants. Gainesville Alachua, ..C. Florida rell personal or mixed popr t Station ............Sri. 20.40
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE o this 17 da of April I" taxpayers for unpaid tae. Palmers Soda Shop ......... 12.60
mate third class, ELVIS PRESLEY Pursuant to Section 1.0. Florida NOTICE OF SALE J. B., C.rldal. ties and additional ct Th n Pat Texaco Service ....... ... a.o

USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. MasSey KISSIN' COUSINSI UBURBIADlRIVC unrign.Statutes notice Wilson Is hereby McKinney that doing the a NOTICE Final Is hereb given Foreclosure pursuant t BY:Deputy Clerk ers delinquent t amount of taxes Txly o Paul Auto Sel.g. .. .........128J9Perrys

Glover, both of Hawthorne, ue the fir name of Gainesville the 23rd day of 1964 and (Co S.I) cost advertising and the first month'apenalty Ptggie Par Snks26.......
fM TMt ATCif S
are serving aboard the attack .: _fiIt WOITh 00 V Gainesville Fla.. Gainesville, Ala Cult Court of the Judicial Circuit TO BID Taxpayer Amount Due Professional Construction ..
chua Florida, Intends to register In and for Eiht Fieri- Notice Is Peter ............. 50.64 I,R Electric Service Co. .. 1.6.
Co. hereby given that the Board Brigs 11
aircraft carrier USS ShangriLa name under the provisions da, wherein Count. of County Commissioners Alachua Mir Br .......... 11.42 'R Grocery Stor .......... 20.40
TON ITE!: aforesaid Statute. o ........... 7.43 Red .. ..
operating out of o t CRPRTION. a Georgia Corpora County hereby for and .... Paint Shp .. ...
MayportShangriLa START Dated Giinvle. Florida this Iaintlf/ and EDGAR MOR- requests flla. the following Virginia L Chalfant .......... 7.17 'Red Top eer G.rde ........ :1

is currently deployed At :15 3 day o Apr. D.1U ING wie DORIS M. MOR. men, to be purchased by said eip T Clayton Company as Agt .. '1.7 Rod Res .......... 1U.5 2'.6

.in the Mediterranean on 'TWO IN A O.. McKinney for MORING ING, also k a DORIS I will MARIE sell and o behalf of Alachua County Bord Florida J. trco. Sp...Inc.........A..... '..10 ITh. D. Al .In.................. 11.
: Deeas. :
I I fifti Wilson McKinney t highest for t Two T. B. Finch .................. 5.45 I L A. Robinson, Jr. J2j
(2) latest model
only dIesel
I a seven-month cruise with the SLEEPING BAG"ld (3222) 4: 13, JO. the North door of the Alachua County powered low profile Florida Chemical IrnL, Inc. ..... 14.62 I er .... .........rho.
In Gainesville, Alachua uli trao w. Service Inc. ..... C, S. Ruby Rose, Sr. .. L
Sixth Fleet. I$ Crs the following G.t ai .6 .
.. Co. fl., at 12:00 noon o the I) Diesel engine developing a minimum GrItting ... C S. Ruby Rose, Sr. ......
.. .. 116
1964, John aV Suzanne : K. Rose Service Garage
The crew: recently had an opportunity Pursuant to Section uo. Florida'Statutes 5t da 0 as t fl d o 39 drawbar HP as determinedby M Madeline N.Gr H.I ......... 1o1.7" Ross Repair Shop ......:::::: ::

to. visit the birthplace "7 DARING GIRLS" notice Is that the s Flll ppr.f st. I sid to Nebraska have a Tractor minimum Te Engine M E, trl ..... .. 2. onl Rowe .... ........... .:
M. L. Jones and K, ......
dipa : .
ursi M 2X of O. E. WHET Crt In a A 9. C Town Terrazo Inc %
of Christopher Columbus when Haven Ann SniymerYacorff. := business under the STONE'S ADDITION to High ment replaceable of 144 cubic I Home Buil Dl .... 1. Sarah Place, .. .. ..C... ...... 1
ArM cylinder
of J L L. Striping Co. Box 11015. Florida 2,Township'Spns. li Sil b In ..... 'Schenck Service Station ft Res 2.6
; the'.ship: called at Genoa, Italy University Station Gainesville A I achue Range I S. .. equipped fuel with filters a .Evelyn R L ................ 7.14 taurat .. .......... .......
I : bounty Florida Intends t register said Book "...* at Page r I cla oil fitters a Beth L. ........... ..,* Schenck ... .12.5
for seven days. 41 o t Pi on exhaust L ..... M.Bei 'U
fit name provisions Records of Alachua sa Marie 11-33 A. ..........
U 2) Minimum
o of five
t The."Shangri-La Is scheduledto this the C April, and flr speeds Long Cafeteria In& Agt.. .... 17I Shell .L' Se........... 16.40
one ( Srl.
Dated at G 9 day 19rTED. 2 o } reverse sp t.nla,Mel Mart In.Agt ;........ 14.41 .. ...... 24.60
:return to duty with the Atlantic of sl Anna .. Sr. Coprti ...
April A. D. J"FI..tls CARMICHAEL brakes, steering a Mil .. 15. Se .. .. .... 1240
Di power a D. W. Elsie .......... .
j M Clerk of the Circuit Court ofAlaehoa foam rubber 4.0 Taylor Sim. .. ... .... 1240Skyview
i .:Fleet in late spring of (3m:1 2 27; County, Florida. Bjbe s.t Gloria Richards ., .........., 11 Recreation Center .....
'I (COURT wit b Robinson ............. D. Service Station 12
: thisyear., htorw_ NOTICE OP INTENTION TO BY SEAl / HALES, Alut.bl heavy duty swept back M.r. C M S. Jr. ............. 9JO A sit ......... 1040
Retarat '
I I I II sa see Theft REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Deputy Clerk ft .xle Via Slaughter ... -..... 1.1 C sit Salon ....
,- *Pan&er "at to S 10. Florida BLOWERS ft DANIEL starting system(12) w dre el L: Construction Co- ... % S S"ut Beu ..... 1.6
J .. t Statutes notice 1 that theundersigned Attorneys at Law wl d bt W. Summertto Custodian (P. End Sunoco Cpn..... 3.
Wee! lre. Fackender, Four South Magnolia Street, tery a low c gat. L' Summerlln) ............. 7. Southland Service Center ....... 1240
i J Airman First Class Joshua doing business under the firm name of I Ocala, Florida, 4)lights mounted r bie warning S E. Thompson ........ .. T .B Speed Shop ......... 12

J Jenkins son'of Mrs. Lura Jenkins Ds Dairy Twist Drivein 2117 N Ato for PI.lif. 7) Hour 0 r.r f S; E. Thompson Brooks Inc .Agt... .......... 10.6 S C* Sarah Spe ......
a- .: : G.lvll FI. Aa(287) 4:2 m. fuel oil lltgae Th In < 2. Bar ... ........ 1040tailings
.. .
County ga ga p Beverly ..
I of"Williston, hasgraduated I 4 hi IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF gage H. 55 Tr Stop t
the provisions FLORIDA 1 Garden Restaurant .... .
name 12 ... 274.5
1 Cr
fIii 0 EIGHTH JUDICIAL IN AND I) Independent power takeoff ....... .
Air' CIRCIT. 5 Betty W. .
United Standard
i from the States t afi Statute./ Florida, this FOR ALACHUA CHAN W. G. Ul..................... t7.1 Steve Service OH e..I/ltl............. 12.60
I Force Noncommissioned Officer \ -r 4tn day of Gils/l. CERY ,) Fuel tank shall be of adequate J.V.WebO .....-..... 2.l J. L. Stewart "Contractor 2
it 6 State capacity to operate machine for fun Shelito .lbn. .... .
School at Myrtle Douglas E. Facfcender o Fl hours without M'Ki .. ... '.6
Preparatory (3223) 4:4.1X20 I II ni ri Tax tone Friendly Service ...........
2INVITATON vs I Ha duty t., Mactwa County .......... 1.6
HM .
Sugar Grocery
Beach AFB S. C. ; .
J e I 1944 Ford 2 door Serial 11) to. (R3) nylon Industrial
TO BID O sea 2 4:% Sunset Strip Supper Club .... 1240n
-- Jenkins Air Force Notice b L25S1* One 1947 Ford stake fires DW 14-24 rims; (3 _
that the Board
Airman an t 0 ......
uo* tor
.f he ol. NOTICE Of> DELINQUENT ivy Dcevry .
weapons mechanic, is assigned I t N P S o County CI calls of Aa DeSoto Body t S ID FS No 1451412; O 1948 N 7.tire- 1 f (11) p nylon front TANG'.L PERSONAL TAXESAs PROPERTY Ted Pool Room ........ ., 1.6

C. Texl Bar2
unit R C.l bids for t following servicesto 54 1.101 (3) potot "Ic ca one ... ..
{ TartlealAlx Command with control provided by Chapter Acts
Ten Pkk-Up Serial '
o a 1 be Board for No l 2 ..
purchased tal
d a S. E. Thompson Inc. .. ..&312.37bn
at Myrtle Beach. He was trained -i l TTHE PINK PER, en behalf o .si c. a F3-R1AT No.24484 BAR; T4520 One ;" 5 Ford 1952 Chevro. a si d t of 141. notice I hereby Taxes ThatTangible as- Thonrten Motors ....... 1."
framed Sal O t Pe rr
Town & Garden
.Ml W .t I cylinder Motor standard equipment as sensed for now delinquent cr Ct .2
In'management, leadership, l. TO Sa N o Tropical .
I hour with J. Paul Getty- _CU C 1) BuIlding N 1 on Prelect 26507- K 370285. Sr" No ItE4 O listed maes current brochure a beginning w April cent itf such Tubby 66 Sl Station ..... 26 68.
axes now per
security and human relations. Pti "i. s b n lite e p cost ofpublishing Twtggs Pla ........ .
LAST 3 2 3 aad 4 Prelect :Serial No 1953 14) One trao be equipped w month plus t pl. Union Carbide Corporation ... SM.U
DAYS AH16i .
of Williston Vocational BuQ1 N 2 O the
graduate! the world's richest man.... ) 'll Sedan. F8XH11814; One a Model heavy duty A each below United Farm Agency In ..... .
High School, the airmanentered'the V 2321_ Nos. 5. 4. '7, .9. and 18on Chevrolet Sedan, Serial No. B53A04412X hydraulic cycle mower manufactured with f amounts set before opposite the 1st name war. United TV Service a. S ...... ..6.
are paid
Protect 24510-2601. I 1941 License No. 11-2874 O f ce b a b 0 My UnIversIty 66 Service 2444
service fa July: 1960. The locations of the above buildings ItS Ford Pfek-Up Truck Motor No A Clt'T r win and be Issued seizure t dr I John Van Hook .. .. :::::;;::: 3660S.
I LORI DA c i requirements F18VSA1CT47 One 1954 Ford hydraulic p f upon 0 E. Vbuant .
can N
TONIGHT 9-10 P.M. b* mi Engineer.f d ID No. M4ST117413; O be front.Ite substitution wl sonal Property o UxPiyelot Waffle.MDre. .......... 2.6.
Anderson unpaid
id shell fa a sealedenvelope .5 Chevrolet Pick-UP Tr ta p .a.c Walden Service
: to* License Equipment to be pWe monotone T n d A Sta. U6
wr a N 3AI2S I t Dupont Enamel taxpayers I WII Me ......
.must for el I"Bid O I No 1G- w shall be N t mount of taxes including cost of W.1 .. .......... 46
-X teak tree grow t
WUFT-TV CHANNELSo 1 1 j advertising and the Welch Shop .............
NEXT .Bul- S-N 25470. bo the 16
In writing and FORFEITURE 3 tr. t I mlp Service ....
than ,a century before it b b. d I follows) Wese A1 3
"MUSCLE ered hand man to, Docket 26 Page I a Amount . .....
o t T
can be harvested. b Alachua, Docket 2 Page 339 Bidder shall state w'r periodand A.Lo.A-SPrkle ...... D, BernIce / ....K8-59
BEACH PART'INVITATION County.. C t 0 to Docket 2"a 335 warranty ca Addle .... .. ............, 1 Ja Williams .... .... 460
FI c shall equals or -
Docket 2 337 I b Pla. ............... H-*> .Iris wa Jr. ....... 4.60D.
O b :3 above specifications
LUNCH 6Sc' 1 1ne PXU May S. 1944. o Docket 2 Page 334 1 exceeds t ,A Gr Getoes- J. ... ... ........ 440
Full Pound : : . UB TO aiD C/b- Docket 1 Page 337 I shall attach ".. A 8..C.. ........... 1140American J. M Wo ...... i.r4UO
T hr 0 Co specifications
: current
r DINNER .. . IScKpALFORD'S Notice to hereby given that the Board 0Commissioners I Docket Page 339 Peed S Si Pa .....JTt4
Cowsty Alacnua Cam. bids t waive rel .. a. Docket 2 Page 334 Bidder shall list the price allowed of each Service .. ..Nlt. ....... Woody .. ...._.* '40.60wSmn
0 t fad and the price 17
KC Sirloin ; ;iJ ly. Florida. hereby and n G Docket 2 Page 334Docket machine t ,Service Station ........ Service Station .. ....'. *10.59Zekes
'tl DIvi CI trade-in. date shall .
bids for the following materials Board Cl 2 Page 2 T di A 12.60 Grocery ..........if".2240
1. TOWER HOUSE purotased by said Board for a O behalf Alachua C.C FI Docket 2 Page 3 sta ta the b.I w. I A N. C... S' Shell!* K.

$195 I 0? Alachua County. Ftorlf S.1 Docket 2 Page 3 I t a.r guarantee that aO I 0. 0. Louise Aimls .. ... Tax _

Steak 'y<: :i : 210 L UNIVERSITY .Of On(1). wire only consisting" of: c I IM THE OUT OP .THE COUNTYALACHUA Docket FORFEITURE Page SALE has 1,and 'sl sl Florida will' be aib freIght p Automotive Bank taavty Electric BOX -Servka..*..-..... 2.6 CO Aiachu) 40?. 0
COUNTY property
U) 3M each. fs ols da2v..IDL FLI T abova U M.


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I; \ I I h r'r'/ \ //f /- IM A LWSY kLgTATOR.?


: What's your problem For a general ''I Il4i I 1'z '

NoteAbigail reply, write to Abby Box 3365.
t tY1s
Immigrants I
:- + Beverly Hills Calif., 9021%. and j
I I y l
j4; include a sitf-addressed stamped envelope. .. <
I + Abby answers all mail. It {! 4IJ1J } ,

.J' Van Buren _

I' DEAR- ABBY: My daughter is writing this letter for me nieces, who are 19 years old. FOLKS". THEY fit) IDEAAMVHOW. DO'iOU. DO..n I

' ; because I cannot read or write English. My dream of becoming He just can't leave them alone for five minutes. He has'to be FIRST? HAIMT QOT S MUCH NC1f BESSIEeCPSHIRETAKE WE/SNEXT/Al'
I an American citizen will soon come true, although I speak grabbing one of them by her legs, pulling her out of her chair --J roR.YOUR LAWFUL
and write only Spanish. I just learned that it is possible for onto the floor, and trying to pin her arms down. When we Nar WEDDED:: HUSBAND?
foreign-born people to take American citizenship tests in their leave there he always has the buttons torn off his shirt or his I '
native language, and I hope you will tell others who cannot pockets torn. I know it's all in fun but I think he ought to

read, write or speak English that this is so. know better. Am I being overly critical? I am 24, my husbandis L-i. ?
25, and I am not jealous. .
DEAR AMERICAN: Thank you for jour letter It is with WRESTLER'S WIFE ,
much pleasure that I share the following Information with all
Interested readers: "According to immigration law, persons DEAR WIFE: It's time YOU went to the mat with your i iI

born before December 24th, 1902, and have resided in the husband and pinned HIS ears back. Tell him to keep his

I United States at least 20' years, can take their citizenship hands off the girls, and then have a long talk with the girls ....

tests in their native tongue." Immigrants who came to America about how young ladies should conduct. themselves.

after the turn of the century, and who never learned *
:English, should know that this opportunity is available tothem. DEAR ABBY: I am very fond of my brother's wife and we
get along well, but whenever she gets anything new she rushes (SNIP SNIF) I'LL L'ARN THAT WHAT'S YORE UH-ENNY11ME JUGHAIC

o o over, expecting me to collapse with excitement. I always -

DEAR ABBY: To the unhappy young bride who is living "rave" over everything new she gets and she eats up the SMARTALECKYWHA ; !

with her in-laws, I say, "Leave now, and don't wait. If your praise. But she never compliments me on a thing. I can't 5 JUGHA1D? PADDLIN' Y GOOD AN1 PRAPPER J
husband tries to talk you into staying, go without him. If he \ figure it out. She will stand, all dolled'up, waiting for my I << T t 1
loves you, he will follow. The longer you wait the harder itwill approval, and completely ignor MY new outfit. Even a new IT4E
be to get away. There will be one baby after another." car she ignores. She has nothing to be jealous of. Our husbandsare

'Abby, my husband told me when we were first married that equal partners. My husband says I should give her the

we would live with his parents for three years. It turned out same treatment, but I am not that way. Should I take my r.r C a

to be ten times three, plus four. Yes, after 34 years, I am still husband's advice, or continue to be-

living with my in-laws, and it hasn't been easy. Sign THE DOPE
I DEAR DOPE: If your compliments are sincere, don't with- z 0 L
ABBY Sunday IMMIGRANTS! hold them. Perhaps her silence is easier to endure than her

DEAR ABBY: Every time we go to my brother's home my insincere compliments would be. There is only one reason -

! husband embarrasses me to death. He wrestles with my twin praise sticks in one's throat-jealousy.

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AT 35,000 FEET The airlines You peer out the window and other passengers stare you explaining why the motors will v I .

have a new public rela all you see is a mass of clouds. down. sound different. Then he tellsus

tions gimmick. Just as you get "Of course you can't see it sogood'at'the All is well until 15 minutes he's going up 5,000 feet to
bedded down In your seat for a moment," he says, later when the voice Is back avoid a rainstorm, and 25 minutes r

cross country flight and startto "but it's a wonderful town." again. "We will soon pass over later he informs they have v ...

snooze, a voice comes over the Grand hurricane warnings over Flori- G,
Canyon, which will
You doze off again to be suddenly -
the loudspeaker, "This is your appear off our right wing. The' da but, since we're not going I
awakened friendly
captain speaking. We are flyingat voice. "We have by just passed into weather should be clear." I' there, we have nothing to wor- Psslms/xe./ ., eJeremiahxlviii,4o- FINALLY P fms mils! ,! If $H'MEANS THEN/WHATEVER
an altitude ,of 35,000 feet and ry about. 'PhilJJtw/triwnph fly cxlm,9... *Deliver me PHILISTINES ARE THE HER MIND MIST HAVE
on our left is the city of Palm Arizona," the pilot says. Several passengers take out' i LARsE, RZADBACK. thou because of eagle and spread from mite/ enemies,and REDS AND MOAS K BEEN NASTY frt
Springs." You start applauding until the their cameras and one of them'I' For 45 minutes we hear 7 SCRIPT TNT or AIM.TeAN- tTI6 L15 1ng s over Meat' frcm Item me That* persecute THE POOR{ NATION_THEN NEXT THE M MYlos IN G A8 m du ao T soMt rTl

asks if we wouldn't mind nothing and we start to worry. YEARS NOTES ON CALL K*HELP I*

cARO BuT JoB moving so he could get a pic We call over the stewardessand 7H& FI.YLEAFJ 9. ,f s 1L' u IUL RFhtEJA6ERAs NEy

I ( I AGAL ERR OVA ture. We move over to the left ask her, "Is there anything
nonCT n1ACIMDU80UT side of the plane. I wrong with the pilot?" A LAST s c'>'
I < ttFouacr. ,.
ACROSS 020nE "Before arriving over the Before she can go front to u tv rzEDS -
23Funaloa'E up,
T E M A S USE s Grand "
i 1.Burro 24.Seine Canyon, the voice saysagain4 check, he's back again. I YEER 7b I I \s"//
R 1 P I C T U R E would look SEND HER 1 .
4.Artifldil 25.Pigpen suggest you "We've
language 26.Small M C D I A T [: t3 A out the left side of the plane at Lima Ohio just" he passed over tri $: aisle ToSTEVE
1.Amer. dance TAUT T 1 T Cot, the announces
glorious mountain a
suffragist 27.Land A E .i range. umphantly.We .
Fabricator measure The passengers with their
14.Day'* 29.Sheltered g o cameras rush back to the left breathe a sigh of relief. i enI I I ..
E t; T t R M
march 31.Captl- 'side windows and we're asked We guess it's a good idea to
15.Small bath Tatlng 'to move again. keep everyone informed on how

r 16.house Clusters of 33.encumber DlJ- SOLUTION OF SATURDAY'S PUZZLE I "Now coming up ahead is the the pilots are flying the plane,I> wWV z >aAvEYV"cREMT
.. Grand Cayon. but we can't help wishing for YbU MY
wool fiber 34.Church 42.Zenith Mp. ..-.
1 IT.Eng.tavern. sitting 43.Termite Bowstring hemp i The camera toting passengers the good old days when they aHN.. IN C'HCl2CFl e REASONS e Vl i ,T,b Til.
: 35.Meadow DOWN 5.Public cIE- reverse themselves and were busy up front with the TNtS a OTh'E
18.Fabulous bulla 1.Egypt. dal abbr. they're back on the right side. stewardesses and left the pas- < MONIhG: i REA50tJ
bird 36.Rotary of the I 2 ,
ifglon 6.Eventuate Just as everyone Is in position sengers alone.
I 19.Afore cutter dead 7.Baby lion
the friendly voice
petulant 38.Range 2. says, caa
Glossy 8.Bib. w f id
21.Swarthy 39.Dissonant fabric mountain "We may be hitting a little tur China Offers s
22.Among 41.Fr tiTer 3.Breaks 9.Direction bulence. I would suggest every-
I 10.Pursuer one fasten their seat belts."
z. I-' t'//: 14 S G r r'l'1' : e 9 19 12.Not local The passengers reverse them- Japan Rice 13K

1'.ChuX selves again and return to their ;
/J IL /Jif
17.Darling seats. TOKYO (AP-Japanese trade
20.Slippery in have I= I
representatives Peking
1 li r.; if Disappears "Would you mind taking a picture 1
that Communist China I
h reported
24.Fall month: for me? one of the passen- ,
16 : 17 : -z3-- abbr. gers asks. has offered to sell 100,000 tons -
of rice to ..
} 25.Serious Japan. -
13 t(} ZJ We hold his camera againstthe
26.In xhatu window ..- I H'AWnOGETOOTOF Y HIT Y'6 YK ULP VOB KMOW K CMt YOtf 1Bf, !
,. tJ war and press the but Japanese government sources THAT KGHT U5A HERE,MR.FARKibGTDN.'X YOU WOULD THATS WHY KW I HAVE WO t
m 27.Young fish ton."Did reported, however, there Is little S you PIPUTNLLVOUJCQUIETLY WONT TELL ANYONE cJit'r LEAVE HERE: ALTERNATIYEI'TAIJOM3
;S = 1e. = : ifIf toParlm 28.Perform you get it?" possibility of Japan importing r FnHER-Z Div: a
.. 0..r. surgery "How the Q
hell do I know? rice from Communist China IN THE FOYEK f
29.S rshdS0.lfolds y
t, X "l.'Z h : onproperty we say honestly. since Japan has decided to im- .-.. JUP&S: PAJUEK

33 ifJf if'i"s Word reaches 'the pilot that port 130,000 tons of rice from ARE AI.SHOCKS SONA / I

:rh '1.Dormouse we will soon be passing over Nationalist China, Spain and the .t 6Y .i a I
56 37 : "l./7h Jd : : 32.Flora aoifauna Oklahoma City and he Just United States this year. r-.c' U'5 VVOWS I r It i

can't keep it to himself. 'wytii.. 1 1i n
39 4 0 34.Spile ((1
t 37.Deface When the pilot isn't informingus l. ti

41 t'l" 42 h 14' 38.Taste about geography, he's tell- Earthquakes and tremors can, I t I a !
Vh 40.Absolute/! ing us what the weather is like occur almost anywhere on

-25inlfu AP"..,.,..,"s ---L--.1.1 not -:.: in Chicago. He also fills us in earth according to the I,

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,- -.. '". ". '...... .. 6 SPECIAL NOTICES IS-Help Mali or Female 34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses for Sale M."lIItllthtUIIIIIUIlflU1DllildiItIi'JIIIItI1lllllIlM'rttl!: llllltl."...."'... ...H-U !

35 Houses for Sate ,_

Printed Patterr Exp. secretaries salary open
"GET JUSTICE WITH Cashler-host attractive WATERFRONT Lots on Urge SHADED By Pines. 3 Bedroom.

NOW JUSTISS"As White housekeeper $25 wt. lake. Terms. Call 475-5811. Masonry house parquet floors. OWNER must sacrifice 3 bedroom WANT-AD RATES
Bookkeeper, salary open Florida room and screened 2 bath large Fla. room .
Public Defender for the Ith Exp. Waitress salary & comm. LAKEPIace for sale call FR 2- porch. 2-car carport. Utility and living room built In kitchen .
Judicial Circuit Court. The people EXPo mechanics 4414 after 5 p.m. room..Large lot. $15,500. Includes carport 1705 sq. ft. living PH. 372-8441
want Justice. R. G. JUSTISS Store trainee, M schL grad. range refrigerator and air con area convenient to schools.
Gainesville\ lawyer. Is best Off. trainee M schL era*. BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee ditioner. 1114 N. W. 13th Avenue.FR 1321 N.W. 21st Ave. Phone FR 2-
qualified. JUSTISS will GIVE Tree surgeon foreman, $2 hr. River at Rock Bluff. Can 3744140. 2-2743. 2633. for .
Ills tetant end energy to defend Auto .salesmen Exp.
IS ; the poor with ne legal counseL Short order grin man S14J75 vp ON YOUR LOT. Open ANGLEWOOD by owner 3 BR. 2

JUSTISS NEEDS votes and Insurance trainee. $100 wfc. LAKE HOMES House Sundays 1 to 4 pjn. Designed bath Price $17400. lIDO down. Classified OnlyDEADLINES :
money to be elected. The people Rout salesman Levy Co. On Lake Swan.Enoy) the long t engineered by U. S. Call 372-2727. '
NEED Justlss. WILL YOU tell CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100
boatIng I Iii
summer fishing. DISCOVER and buy now this
your friends. and send small 120 SE tat Ave. and skiing on this lovely *4- ft. 3 BR, 2.bath air cond.. new home under construction. I

sum with nome and address to Phone 374-8234 lake. House Is completely furnished brick veneer 2 car garage. 1801 Covered court entrance. 3 B R.

THE R. C. Justus., 11 W. Univ. Aye TEACHERS and air conditioned. 100 NW Inc. Call 36th Dr. Alachua Homes. 2 bath paneled faml'y! rrru fireplace Tues. thru Frt. papers-5 pjn. Day before publication
Thomas FR
And GET Justice with Justiss. 44490. !II
TIM recent Britannlca-Comp ten feet lake frontage. Extra good .. air conditioned. All of the For ads to 90 in Sun. paper-12:00 ajn. Sat.
Paid Adv. merger has created 3 new managerial value et asking price. quality and personal work of I For ads to go in Mon. paper-I BJIU Sat.

IN GAINESVILLE it's positions In Florida with SALEor trade my equity for a Lloyd Myrlck home. Again offered
fJq GDI'S PHARMACY F. E. Compton Co. These positions Here's a perfect home for you smaller house. 1 acre 1$ blocks In Wlmberly Estates off (Minimum ad 4 lines)
[ 114 Central Plaza start at $10.000. Full training pro overlooking beautiful Lake Lock. from Court House. Large 2 story NW 39th Ave. Phone 372-5M9.
gram win be given this summer to toosa. 5 rooms extra large g .
(next to WlmDbcIeJfor house. 4 room apartment down 4 Bedroom 3 full baths In LIbty FAMILY RATES
those who qualify. For a personal living room. glassed. In porch.
prescriptions 4. cosmetics stairs. 3
TIME room apartment up
Heights. This home has over 2.-
interview. write full Information Corner lot size 175 by 360 feet. I
(4 7 I.O.L. DRUGSTORE on background and to Shade trees flowers shrubbery stairs. Private entrance Phone 300 sq. ft. of living space, air Insertion ..........:................................ :tin*
HORSE SHOW Starke Fla. (Warm Bums) General experience Sales garden plot garage end.other FR U64WESTWOOD conditioned. dishwasher' and > 3 Insertions .............................................. line
w Fairgrounds Sit. May 2. 1:00 Manager F. E. Compton Co* 1000 features too numerous to men- LITTLEWOOD many other extras. If you need ; 4 Insertions ..................................... 17c line
P., Games and Pleasure Class. North Dearborn Street, Chicago 10, tion. Priced to sell with some Walking distance to schools. 3BR. plenty of living area check this G 11 Insertions --. tic line
Last day of STRAWBERRY Illinois. terms. 2 baths home In Skyline one. Will consider trade. For Information Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat earned
t FESTIVAL. Heights. Study hardwood floors call THE JAMES CO. ru x number of

> HELP turn your spar time into I Call us now for appointment built-in range A oven. Cent OF GAINESVILLE. INC. Builders Irti
money. No soliciting or deliver. heat. Shaded beck Call of Kingsbury Homes. Phone
S tV-y Sift. ChIli Care I
!S. Ing. Adjust your own working 4404 N. W. 13th St. Phone 374-4927 372-2527 nights 472-7401.
hrs. For appointment call. 37U1U.WHY S Rvt letter
words per lint
372-7049 For sale' lot on Lake Ann East of PAY RENT? 3 Bedrooms. m bath built In ktt .
I TINY TOT Hawthorne. Restricted area. New homes $9,500. 3 bedroom. tile chen on a well shaded lot. Min- ;
bath $45 per month. Located on imum down payment. FHA, low
: CANVASSERS Call 374-2421 for Information. $.anwas7tlnes
S. E. 45lh Terrace. Also monthly payments. This home
GET EXPERIENCED In the ; ordinary type
meeting COWPEN LAKE nlcery furnished trade-Ins. Call FR 2-2372. has strip hardwood floors. For
us and see for yourself. public and sales field' essential. 2 b-r. A/C home. Exceptional Information call THE JAMESCO. .
24 SE Sth St. FR 4-7806. No Con-artist or high pressure frontage. SMOO. Terms. 3 bedroom CCB house. Central OF GAINESVILLE.- INC. 1\ L.) Pf. Sameas3flnes.
canvassers need apply. Good heat and air conditioning. Will Builders of Kingsbury Homes. ordinary type
PLANNED program awaits your clean records and bondable. LAKE SUSAN-Jike new masonry sell or trade for 55 house trailer Phone 372-2527 Nights 3727401. 5
pre-achool youngster at JACK Drawing accounts and liberal 2 bedroom. FR 2-7552. g 1 O I***
i JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. commissions. Call U A Construction home; elegantly ; a BY OWNER 4 bedroom. 2 bath I O Pt.ordInary' type
THAT dream come true at 510.500.00.ASKI NW SECTION tor sate or remand 3 large house double I
programs educational Co. FR 4-0213 for IP- garage.
film-strips. About these and lake lots. 4 bedroom. 2 bath. CCB Fenced yard. Close to Unlverslty. --
7:45-5:15. Moru-FrU polntment.14Sales
ARCH CAMPBELL, REALTOR home. City water lights and
1331 Call FR 4-7084.
.. S.W. 13th St. FR 3900. Phone 374-5707 ANYTIME. sewers. Shown by appointment.Phone I
Same as S lines
Help Wanted FR 23824.COMING., 24 Pt
Child Care In my home. Fenced COMFORTABLESUBURBAN ordinary type
yard. Reasonable
rates. Geed
35 Houses for Sole
references. Phone 372-3713. LIVING

KIDDIE KORTChild 4123 N. W. 20th Ter. 3 BR. 2 bath. 3 BEDROOMS. 2 bath. living room. The Gainesville Sun win n be responsible for more than
Edwards Inc. Gainesville's Fla. Inside utll. Elec. family room kitchen with built Incorrect nor be liable o
rm. rm. In ,
irtion. any error
care center FR 2-4M7 fo -
:::1I largest builder has opening for Ins. Central air conditioning and us tisemant extent
built In O. and R. Air cond. SSO VILLAGE ireafT WM the cost of the space occu
P RELIABLE sitter wishes to care new salesman. Excellent earning Mo. $2100 equity. Will accept heating fenced back yard. Located pled mS. the J Ite the vrtisemnt. No adlustment will
for Infants or small children in opportunity for above average on quiet dead end street be that
best offer. 3744725. do
her home. Reasonable, Call FR man. Mr. Dorman. sales manag outside city limits at 3945 N. W. theE a :rtl nt materIally effect the value of
CARl 4-3897. er. HUGH EDWARDS INC. 4 BR 2 bath with cent. heat GREEN 34th Street. Take advantage of s : _
372-1551. air cond. 4123 NW 15th St. FR this excellent buy since owner

I 9166 ''tr WILL care for children In my 4-7129. Also beautiful lot in VILLAGE Is leaving town. $17,000.. Phone I Gainesville Sun
home EXECUTIVE salesman to Te the privilege of
5Vt days a week. nice play represent Gwynn Oaks. 372-3712. resers rlsl or r.
yard loads of toys and plenty of large national organization. Jtl any I : whIch It deems and
SIZES 12-22L __!loving care. FR 2-4587. Age 25-50. Send resume to FOR SALE by owner 3 BR 2 :3 BK. one bath CCB home In N. 5 the fnf otany advertIsement that *
Thomas White. 3480 Beach Blvd. bath home. with carpeted living GREEN i E. Central heat air conditioner | dre to cfor of paper. fro
itiW WOULD like to keep 2 or 3 small Jacksonville, Fla. rm.. air cond. & central storage room screened patio pli te
children in private home. Ph. heat fenced in yard open landscaped FR 4-5890.
..,,13. AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN (2). house Sunday. 1029 NW 34th Dr. VILLAGEGREEN iSlllIllSeltTIIlaalesrt
Real opportunity for experlen. Swimming Pool
Ph. 3724282.
Tiny gathers at the band neck. ced aggressive men. Automobile
line. raglan sleeves slim lines- Employment furnished excellent work plan. FHA House for sale NE section Nice fashion NE section home.near school All old 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses For Sele
THIS Is the dress you've been Apply In person to Ben M e e- at appraisal value of $10,000. family large
I : looking for to take you everywherewith dows Shaw & Keeter Ford, 238 $300 down payment loW monthly rooms. ,4 BR 2 baths kitchen.pantrl.s. .
W. Univ. 3 BR. 1 bath carport dining rrru, living rm.. Month home,
ease.Printed Ave. payments. VILLAGE $40 n CB largelot. 3 BR CCB on paved street.
iz: Pattern 9164: Half Sizes 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED JOB large storage. Call after study. sleeping porches. screen.ad Low payment, 300 S.E. Built-in h nice neighbor
opportunities for ladles andgentlemen porches 3 fireplaces, attic
12, 14*, 16, 18V4, 20, 22V*. who 4.00 P.M. FR 6-4774. 20th St. FR 2-4492. hood. $150 down. 1621 SE 25tH
are Interested 11 fenced and landscaped yard. $22 -
Size 16Va takes 2H yards 45-Inch SALE. TRADE. RENT. Furn. Un- GREEN Ave. Phone FR 2-1901.
making high commission dollars 500. Mortgage 112000. Phone
abrle. BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS In the direct selling field. I will furn.. 3 BR. Fla. Rm. Breakfast I 372-3738.
'i j CHECK FIFTY CENTS In coins for this Earn up to $5 per hour demon t Interview Tuesday and Wednesday Rm. garage fine location. 725 M
: pI"ern-4ldd 15 cents for each strafing famous Studio Girl at the Holiday Inn. Contact N.E. 7th Terr. 372-1223 Baaum. VILLAGE PARRISHPRESENTS
for first-class mailing
pattern Cosmetics. Full FRED
and special handling. Send to Phone 374-4334 after or 4.Part Time. Charles Director.B. DuBose State Agency COMFORTABLE LIVING 3 bed-

Marian Martin Gainesville Sun rooms and 2 baths central heat GREEN

Pattern Dept.. 232 West 18th St.. "SARAH COVENTRY" screened porch and family GAINESVILLEHIGH
New York 11. N. Y. Print plainy 18 Schools tr InstructionsMEN room. Ideal neighborhood near ARNOLDREALTOR
NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE. new management. Open- schools and shopping 411 N.W VILLAGE.
THESE SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Ings for fashion directors. Part 34th Drive $15,500. HIGHSplit
time or full time. For appointment AND WOMEN ANTEDCIVIL Ralph Realtor FLORIDA PARK AREA. A pleas

'. YOUR FREE PATTERN IS call 372-7049. TO TRAIN FOR FOSSEY GREEN level 3 B.R2 bth built-in ant masonry 3 br home

-- READY-choose It from 250 design WANTED salad maker apply Ho SERVICE 11 W. University Ave. Ph 374-1359 kith. Insulated g financ on a nice lot 110 located
ideas In new SPRING-SUMMER tel Thomas mornings or eve- "Selling Florida Since 19 04' I. 111.5 C.I Moeller. within walking distance to J. J.
Pattern Catalog lust outl Dress. nlngs. No phone calls. EXAMSWe VILLAGE Finley Elementary S and
s coats morel Send prepare Men and Women. OWNER transferred. 3 BR house. WantedLarge PICTURESQUEAppr. Gainesville Higt Owner
-SAS5IFIED 50 cents now. COOK.EXPERIENCE Ages l-55. No experience neces- VA financed 2 yrs. old. $800 leaving
helpful but not sary. Grammar school education equity. Take up payments of $t2 GREEN family to enloy a home. 4 Acres high wooded land.

... necessary. Will train. Age 20 to usually sufficient. Permanent per mo. Will take $500 cash S Large kitchen living room with overlooking winding scenic road, MASON MANOR Very Ittre
48. Pleasant working conditions. lobs. No layoffs. Short hours. note for $300. Ph. 3723263. stone fireplace :3 bedrooms. frame home N. W. location. 3 ml tive 4 bedroom 2 bath h

Kitchen closes 9 p.m. Apply I to High pay. Advancement.' Send MORE FOR THE MONEY this 3 VILLAGE den 2 baths with 3rd available. fro downtown Gainesville. $17-. on a (area :lot t 1
':31 A.M. only. Carmanellas name home address phone Ig. BR 2 bath panelled LR. On two lots worth $5,000. Lovely Cli Mary Moeller. e backyard Ideal for chil I

ADS 704 .W. Univ. Ave. number end time home. Write fireplace attached garage HW I trees and landscaping. dre W.lkln distance to West-
Marcel Co. Box 388-A, ell Gainesville / GREEN wood High. Central heat
floors. Well. fenced CHARMA
: NEED white female technician / tun. Lg. corner : Mrs. CleanLives BEAUTY & and air conditioning.
able to do some bookkeeping.Na lot. Near Stephen Fester. $14
night or Sunday work MEN & women U to U to train for 500. $450 d.p. FR 24831. functional quality home on Ig.
re VILLAGE here better then new :3 lot. new. spacious of brick and GWYNN OAK. Lovely 4
-"," .. quired. Opportunity to take night CIVIL SERVICE N.E. 3 BR.. 2 baths. LR. DR. Fern bedrooms 2 baths centra I block suitable space for swimming 2 bath home on a tr
and Sunday calls for extra Examinations.; For Information rm kitchen. utiL rm carport, heat bel u 11 I fully landscaped. pool dead end It., ed tot. Wall t wil wo
money. If desired. Send all details send name address & Phone No. central alr-cond. & heat fir* GREEN Fenced lot In Skyline Heights. residential ares prIC.Fi. livlngroom crpt
FOR to Fort Myers x-Ray Laboratory Key Training Service.. 112. W. place bookcases patio (enclosed and the price Is right at $ V Mary SD era built-in kitchen f I M
In Fort Myers. Fla. Adams St.. Jacksonville. ), fence, lawn pump trees. 500. room, large screened patio .
f' TYPIST position open. must N flowers etc. Antenna, near VILLAGE lightful for entertaining.
fast. accurate It a good speller. 4 SECRETARIAL courses. Night swim pool. FR 2-3073. Hate Your Landlord? I
Good working conditions liberal I Appr. 300 x 30T comprising 2-' HOLLY FOREST. This attractive
Classes now forming. 211 W Univ. 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home separate GREEN Buy this neat 2 bedroom modern 3 2 bath home, wall t
; IS fringe benefits. Contact Per. Ave. Phone 31 -3507. dining room. Take advantage br 1 beth homes at 72$ & 804 N. broom *
home In Northwest location for
sonnel Office. Alachua Gener- I W. 14th Ave.. Drive past Call carpeting living roomand
of owner's having to .
BIG $1,000 down and $45.00 old brick
al HospItaL per family
: Real Estate Exam move & have specious rooms LLAGE month. No FHA qualifying or Mary Moeler.BUDGE. room and lovely, fr.pllce kitchen,
IN DEBT? COURSE It wardrobes In new home area red tape. Ideal for student cou large swimming fenced
A little more money makes a lotot among young executives. 11'.. ple. back yard central heat and air
First lesson free.HOWELL'S
difference. 000. FR 25489.AVAILABLE .
Easy dignified. GREEN conditioning.
pert or full time work. Pro BUSINESS COLLEGE located en Ig tot.N.W. .
COLLEGE. 21$ W. Univ. Ave MAY 1, ( room 2 Cool ComfortOver
near bus, school lust right
vides good extra Income. Call
UNDER $10,000.
bath furnished home at 109 NE New :3
SAVINGSON Avon Manager Mrs. Burns FR FR. 4-3507 3723727. VILLAGE for retirement home, priced at homes built brO
WORTHWHILE 3rd St. Will sell on liberal 1.900 sq. ft. of alrconditlon- under F.H.
20421. SALES POSITION Agricultural terms. will trade for duplex Spay ed luxury. Panelled family room $5454.. Cal Mary Mollr. flcattons and quell,

WHITE healthy woman. Live In. Chemical Prefer College Graduate cash difference or will rent with brick fireplace. Separate fled buyers with F.H. tlnanc
care for Invalid. Give Insulin. Minimum two years Agricultural to reliable tenant. Ph. or writeH. GREEN dining room. huge two car ga MARYMOELLER Ing. No closing costs n city
References. Phone 442-1271 Ala College. Age to 35. Must G. Bellinger Box 277 Starke, rage. Refrigerator stove dish taxes. Phone for further details.
chua. be willing to relocate. Car plus 944-28(1. washer and washer included.
salary plus Incentives. Mall VILLAGE Northwest location $25,400 with I WESTSIDE. New residential sub.
EXPERIENCED resume to P. O. Box :3323 Stat. AIR CONDITIONEDIF REALTOR I division opening locatedon
STENOGRAPHERSSperry F. Jacksonville Fla. you like space for entertaining, Newberry s". Just
has desirable positions I- this Is the house for you. Lg. GREEN ARNOLD 1019 W. Univ. 3167 down S years on .U.O.
available for experienced stenographers 26 Farm Equipment living area opening onto redwood Member multiple
with developed secretarial enclosed patio. Near Lit-
skills. Starting salary determined I' tlewood and Westwood schools. REALTY COMPANY
by prior experience BOLEN Ride .. A-Matlc tractor 9 BR, 2 baths central heat VILLAGE Multiple Listing Member M.M.PARRISH
FINE with Increase based on regular. with disc and plow. Good condI- dishwasher disposal" built -' In 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 FORDYCEREALTOR .

ly scheduled work performance tion. Price $175. FR 2-4477. stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal GREEN Associates: Pete Sleg
reviews. Promotional opportunities -I' price. $22.000 only. $1508 Jane CakJwell F. W. Hodge

J day work week. Excellent 28 Livestock & Supplies down.. 922 NW 36th Terr. FR 44945. Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman
READINGIN working conditions and ben- Charlie Mayo Jim Green
efits. Submit resume In confidence I FOR only $450 down $91.27 per YOUNG AND ASSOCIATES, INC.
or telephone 372-0411 Ext. WANT TO KNOW HOW to properly month payments you can qualify Enchantingbrick MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING
CARS! 225, for appointment. finish your hogs for market? for 4 BR, 2 bath home 1804 RedfranksRealestate H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham
SPERRY Then come In and let us explain NW 38th Terr. Will paint Inside AMERICA Clroly Gardenhlre Mary Parrlsh
ELECTRONIC TUBE how you can do this |Job with .. outside completely. For appt. home. 4 large bedrooms 3 1 First St. Tel. 3725373LOOKSEE
DIVISION CPA Cooperative Mills 40 per to see call 372-0481. bathS a spacious I living room
SPERRY RAND CORP. cent Pork Maker. Our special HOMESPRESENTS fireplace. Large Florida
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA during the month of April. FMX RENTERS? room and a kitchen for II to !
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Gainesville or Alachua. Phone crib !. Centrally heated aircoiti.
EMPLOYMENT FR 2-1095 or 441-2105. Register for free month's rent MAKE AN OFFER Contact FORDYCE

'. ... APPLICATIONS being acceptedfor FOR SALE. brown and white no obligation drawing month- NEW BRICK On equity end pick up 4V* pet. INC, 3-12Westood BLACK, ACRE- Spacious 3 bedroom -

employment. Gainesville Shetland Pony with saddle and ly. mortgage of appro $10,000 b' masonry home located

--', Nursing, Center, apply In bridle. Phone FR 2-0745. HUGH EDWARDS. INC MODELSOPEN payable $79 mo Incl. t & L 3 bed- tots 0 leg.. c lot with

person. North Central Fla. largest build 10 a.m. Til Dark rooms Nie' bath good N. E. lo Is within Include family felture
cation. FHA r fr.
appraised $11500: sde' w
BE A FASHION er by far. lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath place, fireplace .
,. NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. FEATURES : home. Living room, separa t e central heating and air conditioning
THE SHOW DIRECTOR Fireplaces dining room and kitchen plus patio wall to wall
NO delivering or collecting car BANSENJI puppy. male, wormed 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath large comer Screened porches Three large bedrooms gracious and a large fenced yard. Air buil In oven and clrpet
and shots. love children. Oeod lot. close' to Howard Bishop andMetcalfe living room with fireplace and
necessary. For appointment call Custom kitchen conditioned. $14,500. with lowdown dishwasher huge recreationroom
: cabinets
YOU'llBE : hunting dog nine wks. old. Call .
built In
elementary. Member.shIp bookshelves.
Separate and double
Connie Robbins after ':30 p.m. Oversized bathrooms payment and monthly pay carport. THIS
FR 217U.CHIHUAHUA swim club. Reasonable OQUty. \. Plus many ether custom dining room* Florid ro 0 m. ments. Contact 'FORDYCE & IS A LOT OF PROPERTY FOR

12 Mole Help Wanted puppies ready to Take over payments. Cad features Pretty tree shaded lot. Reasonable ASSOCIATES INC.. 37.12 $28,5001 CALL US NOWI
372-4450. at .
priced $18,500.
go. Come see. R. E. Gregory,
Hawthorne. Phone 481-2312. BY THE OWNER In Idylewllde 2 VA & .FHA Lakesideretreat $50 DOWN Large 3 bedroom
WANTED MODERN COLONIAL frame home near Smith
SPRINGTIME Is puppy time. Eng BR, CCB house. tile bath family Kir
SUN COLORED only. Turpentine dip. lish Shepherd puppies I American ,room. Call 3724001 after Large hllMop lot In desired North- furnished cottege. 30 min SchooL Some re needed.!

pers. chlppers and pull.rs. Good Shepherd puppies. Call FR _5:30 PM.HAZEL. TERMSWalking west. White pillared veranda. 3. utes from Giinsvllle. 10 white ONLY $5,000.00.WESTWOOD .
large bedrooms 2 baths sand beach, forchIldren.
wages. Pay off each week. Con- 2-0033. separate Ihill
tack Mr. Kenneth Strickland. HEIGHTS distance to elementary dining room large living. Oly 11. $2. 9 bedroom t
Telephone 47440S3 after 4 AKC registered Dachshund Pups. ft Jr. High Schools Shopping A room-Florlda room. CENTRAL pay bath masonry h with flm
p.m. All shots. 4 weeks. Black or red See our 4-bedroom and -bed- HEAT & AIR.cONDITIONING for 5 c. an Fishing Is good ily room cefrll built-in

WANTED life guard thru Labor male a female. Ph. KIngsley room, 2-bath CCB homes withbuiltin Churches.YOUNG year 'round comfort. Tree shad- too). Contact FORDYCE !. ASSOCIATES oven and range. ONLY $17,500.If
Day who Is free to live on premises Lake 533-2493. electric stove and even. ad patio. Double carport. Built-in INC, ,
SHOPPINGIN and can do other work I. Central heat city utilities. kitchen Includes dishwasher. Only 3'12 you are looking for a fine .INCOME
WANT when not on duty. FR 4-3012. 14 MONTH old AKC registered female Wired for television and tele $23,000. PROPERTY call us te
German Shepherd. $75. phone. Large yards completely AMERICA Redwood see this 3 bedroom home wIth
UNIVERSITY of Fla. Student to Call 3721235.PUREBRED grassed. Hazel Heights Is In an 2 bedroom apt. Both
lf<9 ft. 4 "le
work time. Room rent I- SOUTHWEST bedr.Ipiit
spare I "
the city limit Equipped with sq furnished and only
BEAGLE puppies level S
te constitute part of compensation. lines, close to bus Modem 3 bedroom 2 bath bunt- cp.t.1 Is
sewer stop. HOMESNW : for $70 04
FR 4-3012. AKC reg. Also Labrador pupa In kitchen with breakfast chen s e p a rat. dining room. Ap. r.nte -
James Kennel. Rt. 1, Box 78, low down payment. conventional Central heat. Florida room. Drapes and car. per
RETIRED couple interested In Keystone Heights 444-495S. loans. Located on Northwest 34th & 7th Avenue _$19,000.GRACIOUS peting Situated on a
.4 helping run a store in Cedar 39th Ave.. West of 13th Il.Contact FOR REDUCED Beautiful lot .
Key serving fishermen and tour. 1 FEMALE toy Silver poodles. St. Shown by appointment Phone 3727070LEAVING LIVINGon beaif S ASSOCIATES INC. Black Acres near University
ADS Uts. Must have references. AKC registered IS weeks old. Phone FR 2-3824. large landscaped corner Iote 3 I 374-1234. Golf Course now only $3. 00.

WrIte Box 1119. or call 2441. Cedar Call Leeler FR 4-7544 or see FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. TOWN must sell 3 BR, large bedrooms 2 ,,
Key.DUCT at Mclntosh. home located In Westmoreland 1 bath CCB home Fla. Rm.. trance foyer, formal step up JOHN

GIVE kittens. Call FR. Estates. On city sewers paved fenced yard walking distance llvingroom dlningroom with FORDYCEASSOCIATES
WORK SPECIALISTS away fireplace.
and large
public parochial $schools family room.
St 2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family
Experience In new and existing 68041. Rm. & living Rm., dining area. swim club membership. $2.200 ALSO with fireplace recreation MERRILL
homes salary per experience.FR I' Central heat, bunt-in kitchen including Invested. Will take $500 equity room etc. etc. Shown by appt. INC.
4-4404. AKC registered miniature Dachshund FR 22044.MODERN only. Call 44817. ,
4 weeks old male black GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards REALTORMULTIPLE

'\ NEED IMMEDIATELYMECHANICS. with brown markings $75. 1029 walk te schools: close to ENTERTAINMENT1i Claude M. '" Real Eestete ExchangorsMultiple
RecrFranks., Realtor LISTING
ry 1 (2). experienced. N.E. 31 st Ave. 372-2144. U of F & medical center FHA a pleasure. You will nothing Lasslter Listing Realtors
Myrtle Associate Broker PHONE 372-1494
,.reetll Grace
CENTRAL plenty of work flood salary I aLACK LAB. retriever pups. Real $22,700 Down payment $1,700. has been spared 3- Win. E. "Biir' Harris Associate Dudley S foyc. Associate :

., .. group Insurance paM vacatt n. quality healthy & ready t. go. Immediate occupancy. Drive by 4 bedroom, X bath custom built 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone: 374-6817 Harvey Benton* Associate ASSIATES '
1027 NW 40th home situated
Drive. Call Butter on an acre lot
Phone Mr. Elrod. Service Manager AKC reg. FR 2-5743 after 4., All or Res 374-2927. 924 W. Univ. 374-1234 W. BUCKHANNAM
.' FR 2-S433. day week-end. Brothers 372-954J dally, 374-904 wtm privacy. Call for appointment H
night. to see this home located
NEED energetic men Interested in 2! AKC registered male Chihua at 342 N.W. 21st Place.
Insurance field. Established debIts hues II weeks old reasonable IN THE
FLORIDA'SLARGEST festest growing Co. In U.S. Call 4SV2247 Hawthorne Fta. FUNIN BUDGET HOME near Newnens
Excellent opportunity for rapid I- Lake. 2 bedroom. 1 baTh Price

: CLASSIFIEDDial ary.advancement.If Interested.Good contact starting R.sal H.Gunter. 33 LOTS FOR SALE THE SUN $7.500 wtth terms.INVeSTMeNT. .

day 372-3494 or nights
I. Alechue County to "
374-3705 for eP'Olfttmeftt. BY OWNER OPEN HOUSE 2-6 growing. Invest In the future,

AUTOMOBILE Mechanic. Must be BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 'I S now. Cad us for Information on
able to furnish references. All Block of N. W. 22nd Street. 110 NE23rd Blvd. and Business locations Building lots

new facilities. A good opportunity x 155. Phone 374-510. and acreage. I
for the man who has the 15th Street
I ability to better himself. Apply: BEAUTIFUL large lots. tally1
B a. G Motor Co., Inc. 115 SoE. Improved hi Ridgewood. NW 372-1551 ALACHUtAL TV
2nd Street.OPENING 31st Street. 'lost south of NW S UN
14th Avenue. J. W. Klrfcpatrkk
: MARKET''PLACE. for aggressive. ambitious Agency. 31 N. Main or call FR California ranch modern offers Member Multiple Listing NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
431 NE. 1st St. 374-2441
376-4672 young man. 21 or over. 2-4404. toads of living at very reasonable Are T. Smith Realtor
who monthly payments. Indoor
desires opportunity t* earn lot site of 1944Parade MabH Gore. Associate
\ 11$ x 140 near
six to ten thousand yearly. College NW 34th and outdoor trying and dining
of Homes on BOATS &
; education not area wtth fenced In petto. 3- SAVE work and expenses in MOTOR
necessary Street. Restricted to 1200 Sq.Ft. BOATS & OUTDOOR RECREATION
_ _ _
but hard work and commonsense home. Outside city limits.REA bedrooms with feet upon cubic this Ideal NW location fenced MOOR
a must. Training en salary and natural feet of closet IDICt. 2 Luxurious ft landscaped yard draperies
electricity gs WHO LIKE THE 74th
; unto qualified for sales. Interested 2- papered baths fuon luminous ww carpets 3 BR, IV) bath WOULD 24" GRILLSHOODSPIT
: In hardware and housekeeping available. Price tMVtt. Ph. ceilings, glass shower en- home. Big kitchen with pantry HUNTER Fiberglass : IT PI fishing. bts. AND MOTOR
1912 Owner. o
I Announcements supplies helpful. Also closures. WOW what a t separate dining rm. HW Boat Introduced by THE TACKLE $1099
I have opening for retired or semi- kitchen. Easy to clean custom foors. By -er. $15.900. 719 PHILT BOX GOOD YEAR SERVICE SORES
retired man or woman. Full or 34 Waterfront Property formica cabinets. BuIlt In GE NW 19th Lane. Ph. FR 2-37S4. I R M' OR CENTRAL The H.a Of with East Galnesvnte n N Main nU
part time commission sales. and Double -C
on range oven hoed. BEST BUY bi buying qualities and 2-1791.
I. Will full SO pet of profit. sink. Central with
3 LOST & FOUND pay heat available home planning for the dollar.
FOR Reply to Box 407-A Gainesville WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. or without air conditioning. NW section beyond city liMits. FRANK PHILPOS! SAVE $355 on U ft. Lone

Sun. Broker specallzVv Hi. Spacious corner lot. Many ex Young executive preferred are. SPORT Fiberglass l run-a-bout with L of Classification* to choc-
LOST: Strayed or maybe stolen by LAKE PROPERTIESACRE. tras. Home If Fiberglass ricane and 1944 40 :
DISHWASHER WANTED. apply .. 3 bedroom 2 be"pact e vs Hr tile f
mistake. 1 year old male. black. ACE. 3 mUesNo. of Mal. *
in person Wonderhouse Restaurant throughout. Entrance bell separate Fishing Johnson m
a ei
brown and white Basset hound. M S.W. 1st St. Behind GR 5-291. SS4 per me. VA or FHA Includes dining room dishwash $1795BAIRD'S

Lives en Newberry Rd. and Sears. LAKE FRONTAGE everymlng. SSOO down FHA er. Worth your time te see hi -Quality Sells Itself {CENTER Sl Swlmmlng-Oivlng.
a.mstimee answers to the 21 Acres on Sand bottom lake. Includes closing. $100 down VA Wbnberty Estate off NW 3tth MIN
NEW name of J. Plerpont Beaureregard. TV Repairman. Phone week days North of GrandHv Asking" 15. 0o. includes dOSln;. Ave. Phone 372-5489. 20 N.W. 1 Avc. _401_S._ FR_ 24531_ Fishing Equipment.
Is Ignorant as a hog. eats 9-S for appointment. 372-7324.
; One half cash. S. E. Sape Real FR 2-S011 It H FISHING DE
like a horse and Is as worth items.
.. Phone 472-2000 or 472-2224. 12 fL plywood Safety '
Wanted man manage package tor. Edwards Inc.
I less as mammary glands on a store. Must be bondeble. Good Hugh ROOF LEAKING Mon. Thru FrL M l Sat M trailer 1944 SV I
-- male goat but b the children'spet reliable person. Apply P. 0. Boa LOT en Cooper Lake. PriCe $993. ""Norm Central Florida's Largest SUN PEAKING tor $478.I J Getting Equipment.
: and we will pay a reward 124. Gainesville. Terms. $20 down, $11 monthly. Developer by far. There Is'M substitute for M. .A at d
tor his return. Can Lowry Furniture Phone FR 4-OSO. o Tennis Equipment.
AND C*. FR 2-4244 or FR 4- SALESCLERK tor package store. FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW sec quality service. Call BAIRD'S MARINE CE
5516. Apply in person only between 7 ON SILVER LAKE tion. 3 bedroom 2 tile baths, GAINESVILLE ROOFING 401 S Main Baseball Equipment.

AJM. t 11 PJM. at Party Pact.age 4 BR study. Irving room. all wfthwalltowall buitNn appliance double carport 272-W4 FREE ESTIMATES '

4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Store. 4005 NW 13th st. carpeting d I King paved street connected te AU. WORK GUARANTEEDU Ads Where t Fish.
.. room 9 tiled bath home. Large sewer. Smelt down payment. YEAR BONDED SHINGLES Sun Want SWIMMING POOLS

13 Male Female porch wtm breczewey. vnu y Days phone .372-3S24. After 4 2233 S. E. Hawthorne Rd.
Help .
LEARN TO DRIVE Special attention room and t car garage. This P.M. 374-C74. P many many mere.

USED to nervous or elderly home Is located en a private FOR SALE BY OWNER. specious I BE CAREFREE _ _ _
Easy Way Driving SchooL FR EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES lake 2 miles north e* Interiecven
3 BR 2 be"F'". Rnw close
2-7002 Lie. by State of Fla. en Hwy. 315. Price S30JOO. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY I Get '
STENOGRAPHERS .. schooL Uttlewood Estates. I Reult Enjoy a dean and healthy ADVERTISE THtfEAYICK
l&AOe down with terms. Phone I
SECY'S full & part-time S24JO. Reasonable down .!- Master Pool Service
permanent home en 372-573 For tee quality workmanship a.
: CLERK-TYPISTS beautiful Lake Serena In the 44G40 3-3171
CARS TRY DIADAX TABLETS (formerly -. REG. NURSES LPtTS Melrose Immaculate three FHS terms 3 BR. 2 bath alr-cand. cad Fi 2-J

Dex-A-Olet New name.same YOUNG, MEN. degrees Bus.Atfnx bedt'ClOl"we bath residence and\ central heat wall t* wad carpet. 372-6142
formula enly 9$ cents. Ca- Law. Engineering. ether excellent buiidingsi drapes auto washer bu IIn GAINESVILLE
<: 4-" novas' Drug Store. 37 N. Main 25-35 Salaries open ever three masonry hundred feet eflake oven range. Call 372-5J14. UPHOLSTERY MERCHANT: To place your ad in the

St. frontage means plenty of : FOR sale or trade. By Owner
Personnel Center room for several families. .The : 3 BR. 1 path home hi Orlan isae N.W. ism St.
I ATTENTION Free EIiniatoa.-P1I. e. aid Fun in Sun section PHONE 372-8441
.: : Hide's Shoe Repair .. Hat SheD 102 NW 2iid Avenue price Is most reasonable at S2&50 do. Fenced back yard. Convenient -
';"'- 409 W. Unnf- Will close May 1mte ell 3724371 fer appointment *. Can KVkpatrtck Agency, fit l te Martin Plant. Call GA eaUvory. th -

Sept., Hdt-iif: aB repair wort. tog A-M M P.M.' Moo thru Fit 14404 U N. Mate U. ,W8J1 Orlando.


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.35 Houses for Solo 45 Furnished Apts. 46 Unfurnished Apts. '! 47 Houses for Rent Fvrsu ,41. Houses! for Rent tjafurn.. F S

th. 2BR- frame. LARGE 3 room apartment. Private NEW 1 BR duplex apt. kitchen ONE 10-room. 2 bath ti use. 2 :3 BEDROOM. 1, bath. ,Immediate
$42.58 per screened ,porches 2 KUEHN JR.
Nice yard dead-end street. 2222 entrance and bath. Phone. FR 4- equipped. MO per month on a car ga occupancy. Near Univ. and Fin- Set real dream living bt Shadow ,.
SE 10th Ave. FR W692. 4442. S SI years lease. Ph. 374-4372 days rage.NE 2nd Ig.St.parking For lot.Information Located calf K55 ley school., Call FR 2-4SS4, or Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. Home*. LoU. Income. 8ns-

THE TIME IS NOW. BY OWNER. attractive 4 BR 2 LARGE upper Apt.'Close .. center -I 374-7327 evenings. J. T. Howie .373-10**. FR 21525. D. Oliver. BUt.Pit. laces and Lake Property.
,: Farms and Acreage.E. .
.. battlovely yard planted In AVAIL April 25. near city park FR 2-i644
pines .. azaleas. Air cond.. cent. of town.$100 Reasonable U J.goodcondition. Mo- 47 Houses for Rent Funu shopping schools. 3 BR study. West en NW 3ttk Ave. past C. CURLY KUEHJT. Jr.
: per mo. 48 Housesfor Rent Unfurn.
heat dbl. UNI. rm. aV swim club ratto 2505 N.W. 4th St. FR 2- LV. Rm.- DN. Rm,' Kit. equip. the Glen Springs Intersee <38 N. MAIN ST.
Walking distance breakfast nook. FR 4-2693. tie* See sIgn ** left. FR 6-1032 Broker' FR M544
membership. 4957. FOR RENT. 3 BR... 2 story frame 5

Do You Have A Room Apartment I to Metcalfe 'aV Howard Ph. FR Bishop.4-234. furnished apt.,. water fur house. Kitchen furnished some -FOR RENT. unfurnished BRhouse. '
2832 NE Uth Ter. 1 BR. other furniture See at 120 .$60 per mo. unfurnished rriMacom
I If no answer.. FR 25547. nished. 4123 NW 12th Tedr.. $40 N. W. fth St. Call FR 4-2W3.. 2 BR duplex apt. $60 per mo..
per mo. Call 37626&1or 3742930ask Call FR 6-7466.
Or House to Rent? McKINNEYGREEN for' Mr. Barnes 2 BR hov.se. Fla. Rm., dining & Available within two weeks three Homes
living Rrrw carport utIlity Km
FURNISHED Apartment for rent' 14 miles south on 441. Call 444-- or four bedrooms two baths.I Inc.

with living Rm bedroom. tile 3411. ,$125.00 per month unfurnished SUBDIVISIONFOR
bath alrcond2 bedroom. near schools lease required call : For Sale*' very attractive 3bedroonv -
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS DEATON Apt. FR J-9549. 3 BR. living rm., dining rm.. $100 Klrkpatrlck Agency FR 2-8404.. : 1-bath home. 4617E.
per mo. 106 NW 10th St. Prefer 31 N. Main St. University Ave I walking
REALTORS bedroom furnished apt. male students. 'McKlnney Green. .
TWO distance to Lake Forest
YOU MORE than the ad that will rent I near Univ. .. Alachua General Inc. FR 2-3417. 3 month.BR home. Must for lease'rent.for$100"6 mo per*. : Schools. Price' S12JOO. $500 '

I NorthwestFour HospItaL Ph. FR 4-7755.' Gainesville 2 BR 732 NW 23rd Blvd. $95 per 1117 NE 31st Ave. Phone :372- down and $79.50 per month. SALE
or write R. T. Stroud. P. O. mo. Call McKinney Green. Inc. '3263.: Call GOfald:0r V. Q. McCoyJr.
it! B. R.,. 3 beth HOME two Box 365 St. Augustine. FR 23617. Day FR 6-7WO. nights FR
bedrooms with private bath-2 UNFURNISHED. 3 BR. house. Stove : 6-5015. Office corner N. Main
MOBILE home. clean 2 bedroom. NICELY furnished 2 bedroom :
a, refrigerator.3414! E. Univ. .
enclosed garage-Large corner and 23rd Blvd.NEW
I car tot near University. Call fully furnished. Paved streets. house. Utilities furnished. N.W. Ave. Phone FR .6-570 after ,':30

Here's what your-Vacancy COSTS YOU I FR. 23611.SouthWest-. 2nd swimming Place..pool.FR. 2-4093.No pets.15 S.W. location. Phone FR 2-3019. P.M. for app?. FR 6-0848

BEDROOM t bath. Near UnIversity -
2 .FOR RENT 5 room house in Santa -
and 'J...J.. Finley School.
Fe. Fla.
Calh442-123'or. 462- '
: EVERY DAY until it is rented : EAST SIDE Phone ,FR 2-1117 Sundays. Weekdays '1170. Earl HilL i.OMES.WALTER. .
Three B. R. 2 bath home Large 442-im 1121 N. w. *m
.. landscaped lot with under. GARDENAPARTMENTS Ave. FORDYCE RENTALS ->
ground sprinkler system. See at Call our agency to find the
(IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER _DAY IS: 515 S. E. 11th Place and call us ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom house you.wish.: Many .listed.Also ..,..... .. .. n. .. '''.."wr:'" .. ,: .
FRo 2- large Florida room. month or ,
for appointment to see. apartments furnished.
'" 3417. $57 per month up- year Mathewson Manor.. .C a U STUBBS
$40 per: mo. .. . $1.33 per day Gainesville's Finest 475-29S1. FORDYCE'ASSOCIATES. Norwood

S AVAIL. May lit. 3 BR. 1 bath INC. INC. SAVE''
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day Easy Wayto Furnished or unfurnished S living rm., dining rnw & kitchen. *26 W.. Univ. 376-1236 Hope"H"
own a 3 B. R. 1 bath home In Lovely T and 2 bedroom apart Carport screened porch air conditioner
N. W. area. Only $40000 down ment. 309 NE tth St. Phone 5 376- central heat swimming 3 BR. family room,'.equipped .kitchen ;

: $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day payment and'SM.00 a month. 608. S pool privileges for sm. fee. Good large lot. Avail now. 1321, NW. 16th AVE. _ _ _ Inc.
For details and Inspection call neighborhood In NE section.S12J $135 per mo. 5010*Newberry Rd. awmsomuflEffls5sI11sfflseusven We Trade Homes \
1st floor. private
2! large rooms
$60 per mo . $2.00 per day FR. 23417. bath. adults. 70S E. Univ. Ave.$4S FR 64201.per mo. Call 3727111- or Ph. 3725951. PHONE376S394'We 1115 NW 40th Drive or Property
2 BR Kit. equipped. 1206 N.E.th .
ASSOCIATES efficiency. private bath & en I BR.. house suitable for coupleor Ave. $85 a mo. Call Mckinney 3. Br. 2 Bath II l -
$65 per mo . $2.16 per day J. Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. trance. Also furnished room one person only. $50'a'month Green.. Inc.FR 23617. Trade' Houses"FINER
J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire with light, hot 3.cold water. In on Hawthorne Rd. FR 2-472. We must sacrifice this The following are ready for ,
_Multiple Listing_ best part of City. $35. 321 N.E. ONE, 3 bedroom house unfurnished -Our. inventory is too occupancy.
r$70 per mo . $2.33 per dayS 3rd St.Efficiency. ] OUTSIDE newly painted 2 BR. $58 per month. water in 'much-We will '
38 Real Estate Wanted CCB. a-c home.' $95 per month. cluded. Call 485-2362, Brooker, take 3707 N.W. 21st PI.
apt.. water furniShed 376-27M. Fla. $850 for our
$75 per mo .'. $2.50 per day $35 per mo. 3505 N.W. '17th St. Phone .HOMES equity. 4-BR. 2 bath $700 down.
Call McKinney Green Inc. FR 2- FOR RENT ,furnished newly decorated 2 BR house. Ig. living rm.,dining You assume $17,000 $107 mo.I216N.E..
WANT TO BUY 3617. 5I 4 room house with. large Rnx .. separate kitchen. 614 Approximate mortgage.
$2.66 day
$80 mo . per CAPITAL UILDERS
screened porch.' 10 acres of land NW 22nd Ave. Call 376-150.
: home, with Hurry to take 17th A.
2 or :3 bedroom I and 2 bedroom furnished apartments with lake Low rent for offered thru advantage .
*. room and.2 baths. Kitchen air conditioned. responsible of 3: BR. 1 tam $350 sat
family some RENTALS this. dn.
AvaIL 25 to
family. May
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day Central ,
must be equipped. Summer rates near university per mOo
Sept. 25. Kuleza St. Rt. 21, 3 Can us for. Apfs, houses. furn. aV INCNOTHING
heat preferred. Must be priced and Medical Center. 916 S. W. miles So Melrose. unfurnished. 1115 NE 5th St. -
right with reasonable down pay 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3442 or FR S 1442 NE 16th PI.
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day
,ment. Write to Box 345-A 6-2664. ONE 3 BR. house, furnished $64, DOWN VA a Br. 2 Both :) BR. m bath $400 down.t8 .
Gainesville Sun. per mo.Water Included. Call 485-, REALTOR Our Loss Your Gain ..
bed- $100 Closing per me.
$95 per mo. . .. $3.16 per day Very clean. nicely furnished 1 2362 Brooker Fla. Only
YOUNG EXECUTIVE would, like room apartment. Tile bath. $65. : 101* W. Univ. FR 6-4471. MINIMUM DOWN FHA -Our inventory must .

to assume mortgage on 3 bedroom 733 S.E 5th Ave. FR 6-0644 or AVAILABLE for the summer. 1 FOR RENT,or sale 3 BR. 2 bath be lowered We will 3330 fir 3320

$100 per mo . $3.33'per day 2 bath. in 'N. W. ...ectlon.Prefer' FR 29569. Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. small bedroom house completely S, ,central heat.. built-in stove., Call N.W.6th St. & take $850 for our equiNW 30th Avt.
Llttlewood" area. Monthly furnished. also water furnished -
AIR-CONDITIONED apartment 1 '485-311 after :3pm., 3 BR. 1 bath $550 dn. S7 4t -
payments to $150 per mo. S extra clean $50. mo & 37th Place ty. assume $1 3.600
Write box 405-A Gainesville Sun bedroom and patio with cook- ,Couple only ,no pets.. Call FR 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. lApprox.) mortgage per mo.
out. Near Medical Center and NEW ONE & TWO
Stove It refrigerator $115 permo.
stating address. phone and 6-4320.
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR price Univ. Call FR 2.34Uor 6-4360. Phone FR 6-2472,. Weseman FLOOR PLANS Hurry! We must sell 4527 & 4617 SE lt PI.

1 BR, 1226' NW *th St.. $65 per Realty. .now! 4518 & 4608 SI 2..4 pt.llum.wllillllfllmIlllWlllmIlUUIll1. .

39 Oat '.Town. Property moo Call ,McKInney-Green ,Inc. NICE!- 3 BR. 1 'bath 530 N. E. *th 3. BR. &' 2"BATHS : 3 BR. I bath. $508 dn. $61

I SUN RENTAL WANT ADS FR 23617. St. $100 a mo, available May per mo.
8th. Call McKinney, Green, Inc. FOR RENT
NEWLY decorated 1 BR apt. Ladies SALESMAN ,ON PREMISES
3 ACRES OF land 2 bedroom or couples preferred. Across SEPARATE GARAGE2Bedroom FR 23617. -5- 303 SE 38th St.

house. .other buildings. 3 miles from Adm. bldg.-303 SW 13th St., ,home for lease. Located OR CALLTh2-25tIFOR 124 St 7th St. 304 & 314 SE 39th St.
north of Starke on Rt. 301. Ph. -
In nice quiet neighbor- WALTER STODDARD.
9U593L_____ EFFICIENCY apt.. private entrants 30RiBath 3B1bath$5fon.$41
n' .. bath. Lights !. not water hood. Kitchen equipped with WATCH FOR, IMMETT HOLLOWAY. 1 Year' Lease, $100 per Me. Pr mo.
HOUSE FOR sale In Keystone furnished. Summer student, Frlgldalre refrigerator stove IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT 'CHRISTINE STONE -
: 35 Houses for Sate 35 Houses,for Solo Heights Fla. :3 BR- 2 baths. 1 preferred.. Ph.. FR 6-5824. and flat top hot water heater. 5enOfl& .
acre lot will sacrifice. Appraise Tiled kitchen, tiled baths and The following are Ondefft-
IF YOU ARE LOOKING for the at lit.ooo,. will sell for i4wo.. TWO APTS. One 1 BR apt. One 2 i shower Floor furnacewith Cooperative apartments tobe DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES INC. struction and wilt be ready
12.5 N.W. 13th St.
Call 374-1148 Gainesville, after 5 BR air conditioned apt. WalkIng thermostat. Window air condl-' .built bt-Gainesville. .For NorwoodHope
NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. Jbath. privacy of a country home yet JACK DE' YOT-REALTOR for occupancy soon.
Central heat, central air desire convenience to the city ".m. dist.to town. Call FR 23314.S ,tioned. Beautiful screened In Information call FR 6221or

cood. Northwest. $19,000. Call park shopping center and MODERN. furnished apt. porch.' Nice floors. Home'completely I 'write: 3224 NW 29th Avt.

"374-2927. SChools. ,this broom brick home 40 Business Properties alr-cond. $70 per mo plus utili, equipped with, Venetian P. O. Box 13956 MORE GOOD'BUYS' ) BR. 2 bath $750 dn. $102
MODERN SUBURBAN HOME located at 300 N. E. 13th Ave. ties. Phone 372-640. blinds. This home Is Ideal jor- Gainesville Fla.University ; ( per me"H"
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on a IVi acre wooded lot may small families,or retired couple. *
J BR 2 bath. kitchen with FOR SALE BY OWNER $75 MO. .23.ACRES
be Interested neighhors '- Pork
(lust what More good
"built Ins dining rm. sunken you are seeking.At rental lease to, Inc. 3236 NW 29th
113.000. I will take'cash or a Hwy. .land on US :301 No. So. Month to'month or: and tenants thanamount highway 441 frontage rall- Ave.
living rnw fireplace screened second for of Starke. 341 ft. cor. next .. suit tenant, bedroom furnished tall after '6, ,road. Ideal Industrial 3 BR. 2 bath $700 dn. Jtl
mortgage .$2,000 equi : or rent owner alt .
and Central '
Torch study shop. ty. If Interested, call 37-23M after south of Stuckey's.534 ft across Apt. available at 1204 NW 23rd FR 6-5464. We. Trade Homes per mOo
heat cork floors. Located 4 road. Ben Suslow. P. O. Box Blvd. Ph.' FR 6-2472 Wese-
5 or on Saturday or Sunday. I
"miles from city limits on wooded 1003. Starke man Realty -1113 N. Main St.2IR LOVELY OLDER HOME or Property 3301 & 3311 '
2 acre lot In restricted Chan- NE section. for sale by owner 2 quiet location 3 Br. Extra
41lly Acres. $18.500. offered by BR paneled Fla. rm.. Ig lot. 2 42 Farms & Acreage furnished apt. living ,rm. Large Lot. Lovely Garden I5wweowcaww NW 30th Ave. ,
awne,. See by appt. FR 4-5424. air conditioners FHA. 1515 NE dining rm-, kitchen private ArNe 4 bath. $658 dn, Sf'
th Terr. Call for appt. 372-442. bath. Adults anly. Married BUTLER BROS. S $12,200 ALL OUR HOMES ARE ',10.2;
BtACK ACRES. for sale by own. FARMS RANCHESACREAGE couple or 2 or 3 sober male OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY -
*,. 4-bedrooms. 3 bath house 111 N.W. 11th Road 4 8.R. or RURAL PROPERTIES students. No pets. $100 per SEEING ANYTIME IF
'eI'I large landscaped corner lot. optional 3 BR with paneled den. month. Apr. ,20 through August. OWLY$500DownNo YOU WILL JUST CALL. 3236 & 3224
Cwlmmlng pool enclosed patio L shaped living room dinIng ROBERTS'C.. SMITH REALTOR Can be seen at 414 NE 2nd. St. OFFER, Closing Costs.' New 1123 S.E. 4th STREET NW 30th Ave
fcath house. Living room with room. family room. 2 full U.S. Hwy. 441 Mlcanopy. Fla. Ph. FR 67212.DUPLEX. .3 Br. Homes Just Outsl-fs 3 BR 2 bath. $600 dn. $S6per
fireplace. Largo Florida room. tiled baths. kitchen with built-in Ph. 444-3120 I City Limits. .
.separate dining room. Central dishwasher stove and oven. 1 BR. near Univ. 321 _. I.
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NW 14th St. Avail May 1 or --- "' jllllll&lllJllljllllllliN ..N '
Jieat and air conditioning. Pav
; carport utility room storagearea. SPRING VALUES IN-
ft street. on bus line near Paved patio. central heat FORDYCE ACREAGE sooner. $83 Call 376-510 -

schools. Shown ,by appointment and air conditioning. Walk I n g 3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent.
only. FR Mlttt. distance te Finley and CHS. For 348 acres at $145.00. Over 140 acres
1-1 BR apt. 2-2 BR apts. 503
Inspection call FR 2-1053. of permanent pasture fenced and NE LUXURY NEW HOMESDon't
SPLIT LEVEL water available truly beautiful 4th Ave.

WIth strip oak floors In living HOME TRADEOPPORTUNITY land. Small parcel available under 2 Furnished.apts. $" .. 60. Phone
.area t.rrauo floors In sleep. $4,00008. Approximately, 20 372-1823 or 3723774.
Jng area built In kitchen 3 bedrooms acres. buy until see these NEW homes
2 bathS. corner lot. ONE 4 ROOMS. steam heated duplex you
Exceptional Icreao. perfect for '
bF A KIND. No other house In WILL trade several homes In Palm cutting Into small tracts only nicely located Call, FR.6-5821 or in Fernwood Manor 39th St. &: 13th PI.: : WIN THIS HOME :
"Gainesville has combined this $39500 Over see at 622 NE 1st St.
View Estates for homes In the an acre. 100 acres 3 Bedroom and 2 Bath Homes
Ityle and construction. Address
: 10-11.000 price range. Visit Sales available. Call or consult NICE downstairs apt., close In. -
3105 NW 14th Terr SHOWN BY Office Corner NW 39th Terrace FORDYCEASSOCIATES Utilities & antenna turn. Idea
APPOINTMENT ONLY. Ph. FR and 14th Ave. or call FR 2-t545. for working person. $31 SE 2nd NO DOWN PAYMENT

4-U72. Butler Bros. Builders. INC. PL Ph. FR 22582. i
Warner, W. Weseman -Realtor ,
1113 N. Main St. 21 W. Univ. 374-123 NICE large quiet. cool first floor DOWN FHA- I
PERFECT FOR FAMILY furnished apartment. Good residential $400 ,
140 acre farm with all equipment.
:. WITH AN IN-LAW section.. Convenient to
Half mile road
SMILEYou'll paved frontage. _
stores and bus lines. Within
-55- I
walking, distance of square. No From .$74.38 Month ;
smile with delight whan NEARLY new :3 bedroom. bath Good farms and acreage listingS .
children. or pets. $65 monthly
home has one bedroom separate
you s e this sparkling NEW 3
BR 2 bath CB home on NW from the others. Perfect Call Ben Griffin. Associate Phone FR 4-5444 -
Mth Ave. Half acre lot sprigged for In-IIW.or teenager. Beautiful NICE efficiency. 2 Beds. Screened
and landscaped. Sidewalks to natural finish cabinets In kit' GLADYS SMITH, Realtor front porch.'Open back. ElectrIcally PAINTTHE. DOWN PAYMENT:

schools. Already connected to chen. Excellent FHA terms. 1221 W. University! 3725393_ run. $65 month. US, N.W.
City sewer I utilities.. Cent. 815.000 with only $400 down In- 31st Ave. FR 2-0779..
heat eludes closing. 2103 N. E., 15th $92.51PER
and A.c. Family room. GE AND SAVE CASH
Terr. 373-1551 ACRE LARGE front agt. near bus line ,
kitchen. $2X500 with terms to located only 1 mile (closest point) a< stores. Private entrance $IS

suit buyer. HUGH EDWARDS. INC from city limits of Gainesville per mo. Phone 3745805.MRCONDITIONED .

2 miles highway frontage, at Intersection trailer with

EXCEPTIONAL EXCLUSIVE NEIGHBORHOOD of NE 39th Avenue cabana. 2 BR. On bus line to

You get more for Inthis NW SECTION and Orange Heights. Roads. 1200 town and campus. $60. FR 2-214. All City 'Services,
your money LR. 3 BR. 2 baths. double carport. acres must be sold ina block.
attractive 4 BR 2V* bath Fla. Rnv. a large screened Will consider forming a group LARGE 2 bedroom furnished apt
CB home In Exc. NW location. porch fireplace covered entry H Interest Justifies. Ph. F R a2472. Conveniently located 2 blocks Sales' Office .
Half acre lot shaded and fenced. garden central neat air cond.. ., from downtown Suitable for 2 ;:' .
Built-in kitchen mars a beauty. complete built-in kitchen. Nearly to 4 students sao month. Cal .t.r. 1 ;:" / t'1' iti.. : ::'.

Cedar lined closets. No city new. Owner leaving town. 10S ACRES FR 63070.GARAGE NW39th Terr. & NW 16 Are. >. -
If I
faxes. Sacrifice price of SlfJSO. Price $32,000. Call FR 3-0154 to located V mL from Santa Fo '; . Immediate Apt. 1 BR. LR., Kit..
occupancy. get directions.
2.7 tobacco allotment.
acr. apx.
VsIn good truck farmland real nice. water.turn. $60 a mo. Phone FR 2-9545 or Nights.and .
FOR SALE in Cltra. Fla. Two 2 very 22 N.W15th' Ave Call McKinney -
: ONE LOOK Cash balance In woods. 0 I d
BR homes. nice and ctevn. Green Inc. FR 2-3617.
price WOO for each. Wired and house. sheds. Price $14,758 with FR 6-9048
Wilt be for to Holidays
: you see
terms. Ph. FR 4-2472. : WANTED roommate male first
sheet rocked. Call Mrs. James L.
the value In this Ocala block
Bowdoin In Newberry. 4727253.FOR Warner W. Weseman-Realtor class. alr I
home at 3521 NW 7th Place. 1113 N. MAIN ST.' and share utilities. Call FR 2-
Mice shaded lot. Dream kitchen. SALE 4 BR house living 2436. '
Screened porch .. much more room. dining room. kitchenette 43 Colored I AND'THE TAPPAN
tor S1MOO. Good terms.UNIVERSITY. deep well two large lots In LaCrosse ONE BEDROOM. living Rm. Dinette APPLIANCES IN IT
phone' 44MJ5T. I & kit.. bath, ISO per month
Call FR 6-4400 or FR "3611. The Correct
j. w. Xt3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. It COLONIAL, MANOR Apt. Sublease Come out and ;see this luxurious new home. The
SE Tth Ave. Some no down pay' at $100 I mo. for 2 Address For
REALTY KIRKPATRICKCOUNTRY ment. Some small down pay- months. .Apt. can be had for '
: ment. Monthly payment $S7 to longer period at $105 a mo. If first prize is $25,000 which will
$45. Also homes built on your desired. Apt. 28. 376-8072. Tappan deposit
im N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 home near Gainesville: Young .
Wr M. Munroe. Realtor Immaculate condition. pleasant lot for no down payment. UPPER Duplex. 3 Rooms a. bath -
As o. S. E. McLaughlln Frank surroundings. Yours with orange *Call' 'TOMMY Phone RIOGELLuild F it 2-1125 central location' no children ,or a '. > in a bank for you to apply towards purchase of
Roby. Roy McCann T. C Doug. trees bt rear yard with Vfc acre pets. Apply 234 S. W. .2nd PL Executives, h

!as. Jr. for $14,000 or' tVi acres for 44 Cottages for Rent MODERN EFFICIENCIES AIr S .

: GLADYS SMITH STlooa Srz.300.Ina. or 12V flOUtS* acres nas. mree.for conditioned FR 6-5576. Phone A. E. Harp. \ 5' Pine' Forest: '- this home. Hundreds_ of other valuable prizes,: : _,

TflREE Bedrooms. two bantam bedrooms and one bath. 203 N.W..tth'Terrao one bedroom : .too. And All '
nothing to have
convenient do
furnished buy. is :
Idytwdd at 304 S.W. Ittn 'tt Owners will'_carry, moflPACtOUt4 furnished cottage. Couple only NICELY downtownarea.. $75Also garage you to enter -

117,400. CaM 372-531. $ oage. lovely residence $51 a month. Phone FR 4-41SI apt. air conditioned. tt. Adults I a Brick &Block '

available for Juno occupancy. FOR RENT week or month. ;3 only. no pets. Inquire Lillian's your name ,in the Tappan Sweepstakes when yoir ..:
FOUR bedrooms two baths In Beautiful hardwood floors pine room cottage en Lake Lilly, Music Store.FURNISHED. Construction .
P.K. Yonge area 1244 SoW.tttI Metros Sleeps t adults. Plenty .I
panelling three I.rge' bedrooms -
Roed. S2&000. CaN 373-531 two tiled: baths spacious .of shad en dock week.whit Utilities sand home. Located 1 bedroom: In South mobil.City .. G.E. Kitchens visit our model home. ;
beach. $40 S
per .
Priced :
entertaining area. Limits of Alachua. Phone FR
THREE bedrooms two baths closet at $24JOO and already connected Included. Phone CR 5-2431. .115.. k Air Conditioning'optional
7 S.W. Wit .
to city sewers. .
2 BR trailer with iargecabesse.

Street.. $J7.WO. Call 372433. AIR CONDITIONED weather that Is for almost the here.summer No FR pets.2-5433.3037 SW Archer Rd. CLEAN and shopping and neat one near bedroom campus) prefer 1! ( ) TAPPAN. BUILT-IN APPLIANCES as featured: HE.::

FOUR bedrooms two baths sit4ffi married tenants. CaB any
1SOO square feet of well arranged Sidewalks -
Avenue at 1301 NW. 37th decorated living WELL FURNISHED HOUSE time. ._ =r
Terrace $21.000. Can 37W3tJ. arts; two car enclosed gar.age FOR Terrazzo Floors -SUNSET.
convenient SALE. See ad under Mobile 11.W. University Ave. Ph. 376-13 _
and such
BLACK Acres 14 S.W. >>net Street. a Homes. Class 77. On-Kay Trailer "Selling Florida Since 106
location for less than $2X000. --- All City
extra large three bedroom. two 00. Court. FR 4-3322._ 1 BR turn. apt.. Ig. LR kit., prtvent. -1
bath homo. $31,500. Can 372533. 2 BEDROOM. modern cottage. ; & bath Vfc block from campus I ConveniencesWooded Enter -the Tappan Sweepstakes at our model homeTHE

J. W. KIRKPATRICK Lake Swan Melrose Boat ramp' : avail now. couple preferred
SEVEN bedrooms and six baths Realtor Sleeps 7. June 1st thrv 21st. '$49 FR "' or FR 6112 after Lots .
1ft Wast Hkls.. SilOOO. Call Member Multiple Listing per week Phone FR 4-304. 6. 1-- MILLBRAE located on NE 31st Avenue in

572-533. 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-404 SPACIOUS. newly decorated down Extra Big Closets .- .. -- ..- -
ASSOCIATES: 45 Furnished Apt stairs front all utilities.
212S N.W.
FINLEY Area. Mathlasen Irene BumeU
Ploys pest controlled. call FR 6-7M7.312 Screened Porches, .
jiigh1and.Court -
Four bedrooms two
Place. USN. Ret.
A. W. Reece Capt. 2 aRe furnished apartment. No< NE'1st Ave. M&S
Call 372433.A
baths $37,000. 311 S. E. Silt St. S$8 month.
2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR. 2 Wed Phone FRI 4 lfl1. ..-. ."." .
Forest. 3K5 S.W 46 Unfurnished "' '
BUY ta Holly Aprs. t swim club community
2 d Avenue. Three bedrooms, bam wan-to-well carpeting. central : 4V 2 BR, 1 tOt from campus.air S j
two baths. $1JOO. Call .372-S3n. beating bunt In kite h e a cond. optional $74- $181,per PINE FORESTBy
Includes dishwasher. Located on
mo. Can McKlnney Green Inc. 2 BEDROOM large living room
Avenue Extension. Three large wooded lot wIth circle 372-3417. 5 kitchen equipped. Couple pre S .. .. .
drive. Orig. cost $2fliOOO. balance (
ferred. No children: or pets
acres and three bedroom. two S17JB. Equity $400. payments 3 ROOM furnished ,apt. nice & Phone FR 2-4857. Qualify Minded .
bath homo with separate guest Ind. taxes and Ins. $143 per clean. For married couples on- Phone 3723471KffiKPATRICK :: -
b usI. $30.000. Can 372-533. mo. Phone 3724172. ly. Adults. no pets. Rent reasonabte. > TWO bedroom duplex kitchen HUGH EDWARDS
GLADYS SMITH CaB 374-714. equipped. $IS per month. S ,
LAW Professor moving! spacious See at 4166 NW 6th St. -
Realtor Mult-pie 3.bedroom study. IVi baths attic HOME TO YOURSELVESAIR Inc. &
Associates: Ben Grlffrt. fan built In drawers. vanity COOLED modern 4T trailer 2 Bedroom untuntisned apartiwnt. PIERSONr
Anna Hlnson. 'Florence Burns and storage. lit month. Negotiate 2 BR. Ig. refrigerator plus a sir IBIS S.W. 5th'Ave$75 Me.
NE 16th Ave. & 15th St.
Caroline Noyes. equity. FR 4-2775. 102 cabana. No pets. Swhnmlng FR 6-2641 orFR 6-23 Mr. I -
122 W. University Avenue 372-533 N. E. 14th Ave. pool. Inquire 15 SW 2nd PL Haynes.

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r'S 77 Mobile Homes for Sale Automobiles.' for Salt
'1 Wonted to Buy Misc. For Sal.
I II If r 85 Automobiles for Sal 87 Automobiles Wontcr

CLASSIFICATION INDEX TRAILER foEsale In Glymvood 1955 RAMBLER MechanIcally o. Wanted 115thru1)54, Fords
WE BUY end sell an kinds of fur. SINGER FEATHERWEIGHT
trailer pane lot 1'. 1 BR. with
143 VOLKSWAGEN bus. Low mile k.,. Good tires. $225. Also and Chevrolet 914 S.E. 4th
nfture stoves refrigeretors S7 petmorons.. Balance $ x 15 Cabana price ..2OC1. Can I
I clothes radios, TV. etc. Cell 115 W. Univ. Ave. PR 4-1075 FR a-4427. age. Top notch condition. An accessories. camping tnller. Phone FR e -St. Al Herndon Service Station.
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE FR 2-3TJ7. $2100. Call FR .1591 7701.

.. 1 fa .JI... taa LOW square-eitaped walnut te.We 40MODELS between 7 and S. 62 BUICK LeSabre 2 DR. HT FOR THE CORRECT
*. I Card .f TkaakoS ei Waal** so Buy Goods $10. table lamp almost brandnew. BRING
<64< Household out the
... ss. gold scatter rug SX
Lest A rew4 Maefcaery A 1' 'Superior Auto
4 PerseMliaet Berrleeo CS BmlUtor Materials I I Call. FR 15411.TWIN work.Fast '
5 Travel ....na.u.. 14 limsb.I4 Ge.4aee MAYTAG. WHIRLPOOL S KEL. ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE tree pickup
BpeeUI NeiieeeY a.' A.U.... VINATORS. New automatic size maple bed, mattressand FROM LOWEST PRICES BODY "
Mlse. .washers from $138.99.New springs also vanity tableand SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. WORKS.
riortataB Far
I Phone FR 24202. FR 4-f707.
chair. _
aa', Bitters, CWM Care 07 TraJteff Feata Refrigerators from S15S.1S. TRAILER MARTHwy.
PI.... '1'. Go .ATe .a. U Articles Waatefc New Freezers from S139.9S. 151 Volkswagen !
ntap Bee 0> FB| 00 Weeds I New Icemeker refrlg. from $Z7 .M. Metaliiing 17. Phone 33-1058 1tS4 Ford Wagon
9 e Beat Martae Z.tJoUTOMOTIVI WE SERVICE WHAT WE SILL Call FR 67952. OPEN WEEKDAYS Farmalt Cub __._

-> '11 Camp .B st* Flak THE 7 LI VARIETY!. 1st Avenue STORE SCHWINN 3 speed 2." boys bike UNTIL 9 p.m. FLORIDA 502 $. Main MOTOR St.
.34 A plaae istis-Zeatsi. W Office X.tp'st FR 4-3484. I S20. Clemsen push mower Sifl. SUNDAYS I TO 6
MeaOo Homes far Bate 73 Hastes) Merckaadlse I Tore I." reel self propelledmower EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA .62 -
,s '!Track fer Sal* T-A-G APPLIANCES I 52$. Cell FR 4-530. 2-tone blue with
T* Tracks WantedSO Tested and Guaranteed I TRAILERS FOR RENT power Including
' Traetera Trek laatala REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 42 RefrIgerators from S39 up VARIOUS household Items. Stove OR SALE brakes &
Trailer Keaie* 9 Ranges from $39 up bed sm. elec. appliances chair TRAVEL Trailer' and mobile homo It neater $ \
UMetorerelee A'......,. SS Lets far Bale U Washers from Sit upS tricycle., baby ted, stroller, ..netottItn. sat va on nice location with cabana Ing almost new
$4 AatoBieeae X.,an' M WaUrft Property Dryers from $If up 3724305.KENMORE -room patio. patio porch wad tires : :
N AfttemebOes far Bale M Be..es For Bale 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up deluxe cat stove roof. $400 to S1J90. or rent at This Is a one
I .. Bway Can M ClU.... Far Bale 2 Dishwashers' from $49 vp good cond. SM attic fan with US to $40. Including lot rentaL. has 27.000 .
rj Beat Estate ExehaBte 10 TV- Sets from $35 up louver 34." like new Hi. Complete Oh-Kay Trailer Court. FR 4- scratch on It "
'EDUCATIONALISSekMla SS Zeal Lusts Weate4SS JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. TV antenna IItt. Call FR new. JZtjO.
Oil ef '1'..* Frepert7 419 NW Sth Ave.Ph. :372-003 I 2-50W. 3322.SPECIAL K $441. ext. 26 or
Isstru,Us. 4. B....... THIS WE 5:30 p.m.
I* Mislc. DtaeJnc. USED APPLIANCES REMINGTON standard manual
20 wide Mobile Home and 1 acre
50 ffaateO-tastnedoB 41 BesUeBttal laceme4t RANGES FROM $39.91 typewriter with pica type. Cupboard lot. $1,000. 1 mite S of Palnes '-OLDS !
, Farms Aereaf e Refrigerators from $4f.9S. desk pad. excellent Prairie. For appointments ca 11 air. 4 speed
EMPLOYMENT 41 Colored Praperty Rentals TV from $3995. cond. S45. FR 2-720 after 5 p.m. FR bo charged
4J-1 Catered Property Sales WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL week days.REFRIGERATOR.. 43052.NOW cond. John
3 Werk Wasted Female RENTALS 7 S.E. 1st Avenue Westlnghouse. 144 MOBILE HOMES EXTRA clean 1954
14 K+lei Help Wasted FR &-344I If SO. good condition' 85. Call FR 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor O-mafle, 4 Dr.,
15 Heip-ouie *r FemaleIS 4*-Cettaies Yes 8..t I .7U2 After 4 p.m. Plans. Terms tailored to meet n s. FR H383.
Male Eel> WaaU4Dramatlo 43 FanUli Apt*. 9 PIECE Dining room Suite, odd THE best costs less. Dry clothesfor your budget. Drive o little and SURPLUS cars I
Rm. fur.
pieces of BR. & living I save o lot at Saab. G. T. 850.
'Apta. less with Phllgas from Full !
W. F. Shepherd.
niture. Mrs.
U Female Haty Wasted 47 noises far Rest Fmrm gas. Inc. Phone 374-5302. CONNOLLYMobile complete. 1 new
3042 N. W. 14th Terrace.
4S Rules f.r Rest Vat_ Home Sales, Inc. Phone 475-5811. .-
r FARMS & LIVESTOCK 41 Kaemk far Kant 34" TAPPAN gas range. Like new. G. E. REFRIGERATOR excellent 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 It57 Volkswagen
S* Fares E,."me.t (. Betel Beams broiler has never been used. Cad cond. a moo old 4Vt yrs. guaran. Phone 422-4144 hauled Good ,
tee remaining. best offer. Also
51 Feed FrUUirtSLHesleek II Xt... BcaUlaT FR 2-3504. Ig. with griddle. FR 2- Closed SundaysITS 2MI or 374-S415._ __ 'n
f .."u.. llA Waat.d .. Rest range
M Laaaaaapltr Tsp'IeU U Bear'cr. ......... Mlse .For Sale. 73'J- FOOLISHto

I .. Vets BapiJlee S3 Office Desk BpaaeM KEEP carpet cleaning problems pay more. RECKLESS to I -
11 Lesteck WamtaiIINANCIAL BumcM Reatale TRAILER x I utility. With ny- malt-use Blue Lustre wall to pay less. GET THE REAL :
Ion tires excellent condition.: wall. Rent electric shampooerSI. FACTS. Payments as low..
SERVICE Light weight. Has hauled I ton McDantell Furniture Co. $S7J9 per month with $300 down. "
3 200) miles at high speed. Call Gainesville Shopping Center. t
..U-Bag'I' OppertealUeoCTKeaer 2S Special Services > LAKE GENEVA -
o- &.' IAaa -- SS flame ImpreTameat 372-4491 after 5:30 pjn. GE filter flow automatic washer Mobile Homes Sales

-.M Merit-are S4 Esdie A TT Service 2 Seml-formals, size 5. Worn looks and runs like new. Also roll Rt. 100 SE Keystone HIs Fit \
-It Hester WMtet 29 Apsliaaee Firaltne once. Reasonable. Call FR 4- around 2 speed fan good condUtlon.
I S184 after 5. Ph. FR 2-K34. 1940 AMERICAN, 10 X 44', 1 BR.
___ front kitchen. lot 29, Hickory
SINGER AUTO ZIG ZAG BEAUTIFUL colorful I mounted HIlL Call 372-3155.
sailfish. e'2". By Al Pfleguer
4$" Houses for Rent Unfurn.S 49 Rooms for Rent Drop-In, cams buttonholes for decorative monograms designs Miami, Fla. Only $145. The Tac- WE BUY
Ida Box. 100 Hawthorne Rd.
sews on buttons etc. $7.00 per
mo. Balance $68. 815 W. Univ. USED MOBILE HOMES .
AIR CONDITIONED clean quiet.room NEW 1964
S -BEDROOMunfurnished Muse Top dollar paid phone 376-0571.
Ave. Phone 3711071.GOING I
In home. kitchen
located 9U N. w. 3ist Ave. ito new Automatic Zlg Zags. drop In
P I ",... Call FR 2-S17I after 3:30 privileges. Phone. Lines. 372-8944 outof the building busi cams for fancy stitches button 10 x 27 All elwmlnum factory
If .II-cI.t Sun. or FR 66064.FURNISHED ness. Will sell all kinds and I holes. a p p llques. monograms made cabana. Must be moved
room with private sizes of doors for Vfe price. Also etc. $50 up. Easy terms. Sewing by this week. Will accept first
Various Service Co. 115 W. Univ. reasonable offer. Call FR 2-C189. 63'
ACREAGE entrance and private bath central door locks and Mnges. Machine :
Iff ACRES fenced. with good 3 heat, telephone end garage.Call electrical lights and fixtures _Ave. Ph. 376-1075. I COMPLETELY turn. :34 x r Tra.vellte .
bedroom CB home land allfenced FR 4-5112. also Jalousies and awnings windows trailer with 20 x r |alou- steering
and cross fenced, good and various types of mould- WESTINGHOUSEVacuum sled cabana. Mrs. Charles W.Adams. .
i NICE comfortable quiet room In Ing. Out side white house paint heater,
road. 3224 NW 13th St. FR
.jtture .on good private .home. Available now. girl's bicycle. $5. FR 4-0848 between Cost I1U5 new. Now 14445.is
MARY MOELLER See at 202 NW 12th Terr. FR 10 ..M. and 4 P.M. $3f.5. Like new
REALTOR 4-J3S4 or e-2100. GUARANTEEDKIRBY x SO Cone nice and take up

301, W. Univ. FR M471 ROOM FOR RENT thru summer BRAND NEW I SALES & SERVICE payments Call FR 2-4054. .
712 N. Main FR 4-7110 or 4-1117.
convenient t. campus use of 63 air
swimming pool. Reasonable rent. 19U UNIVERSAL ZIG ZA6. STRAWBERRIES 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 1

= 49 Rooms For Rent Ph. FR 4-1714. makes button holes appliques U cents per quart you pick them.
fancy stitches sews on buttons.
Farms, Brooks Fla.
.. H A LARGE, new. furnished room etc. Only $II or S4.SO per moo Hayes FOR SALE 195) Port pickup truck
'irtaWw '' with private bath entranc"l: 811 W. Univ. Ave. 374-1075. Free FREEZER AND REFRIGERATORFOR with. Service Body and aideeempaflmenta.$330
ROOMS to "'1ft. Wsekrynrvlce.
1I also private drive delivery within 35 miles. SALB WILL TRADE FOR |>
linens and refrigerator die-age business lady. Call 61
ONE NEEDING REPAIR. Clayton Steam Jenny Mod.1LHRM
I ftfrnlshed. 372-11U or 372-1911.. 372-6941. I US .30 cal. Ml carbine new condItion FREEZER REFRIGERATORS .............. ... $250
414 NE 2nd Ave. MALE students single or doub. with 30'rds.. of hunting GASSED IN HOME $9. FREEZ. R & W Service & Hdw. Co. mafic

F SIWOLCor double 'room M large ble private entrance. 1404 ammo. $75. Call FR 24248. ERS REFRIGERATORS NEED. Robert Rowland Owner -

Li Cool rooming house. 2blocks N. W. 5th Av.. FR "'. 20 Cy. Ft. Deluxe chest type freex INS REPAIR. FR '.1:13: <<1. "3t GMC Yi ton pickup. Long .
Off campus. Kitchen living Rm. er. Excellent working condition. wheel base. Good motor. Good and -
r STmata service.CalPFR 2-2724. 51-A Wonted To Rent Reasonable. Phone FR 2-0341 or 70 Boats-Marino Ltufi rubber. Excellent farm truck. fin

3744847.ALL $500. Paul H. Sutton. 2023 N.W. :
NICE ''re' room; -private ertfrancs ;
CHANNEL T. V. antenna 33rd Ave. 3727769. I
/ crose-m. Pit 374244or. WANTED unfurnished house outside Double stack complete. Nothing U' REGAL LANiER Cabin Cruiser
U31.LI9e .of city limits. Call between else to buy $15. Brents. and trailer. Phone 2-568T. FOR SALE 14 Ford lton pickup equipp d.
':00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. FR truck has removable sideboards
room wttti private bath & 2177.WANTED. 513 N.W. Sth Avenue. 21ft. Inboard boat. Marine engine. pew transmission & good
and' entrance and refrigerator. SEEING IS BELIEVINGFOR Completely refinIshed fiberglass motor. Sea owner at 2306 'NE
mar Howard 'JeAnson'f R.$t urs nl e.cl.an efficiency rebuilt washing machines bottom. Like new Will trade ear 14th St., between 9 p.m. and 4 -
t.'Week'Ol"'n'lonttl."Flt .2- 7.ROOMS' apartment. Must be willing to dishwashers refrigerators. air or smaller boat. Can be seen at p.m. Price $175.
accept small dog. Write lox 404- appliance Ralyn's Service Station In Cedar .
conditioners and for
tor-rent. private ""rlllct. A. Gainesville Sun. Key. Phone 2441., Priced for 1161 CHEVY half ton pick-up I
repairs call Dan at FR 4-0247. 60 :
meld service $32.50 singles S45 quick sale at 1'.If. truck. Perfect condition tires ;
for doubles.Mates only. US N.W. A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP good. Phone FR 2-2940 after 4:00 ; :
10th St. FR 2-9222. 52 Boarders Wanted First In appliance; repairs. 15 Crosby Fiberglass' boat with pm.
51 Hp Evtnrude motor. trailer
_r.nee. In room quiet modern home. Chairs low as $. No money all In excellent condition. Good 80 Tractors fi Truck Rentals
and board for girls. Private at $1100. be seen at
Kitchen privileges. Ideal for U of down low as S5 per
t-etudent. FR-2-TtH. : bath. use of washing ma Free estimates pickup and delivery Gator Marine.. RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn
chine. 425 N.E. lit Street. Phone ..rvlce..11 work 35 the from United RentAlls. 58
guaran- 14 MOHAWK. With top two USA. -
A 'NICELY furnished room. con- FR e4083.ROOMS teed. Phone 374-7784. HP Evlnrudes Electric starter. 425 NW Sth Ave. FR 4-2835. ..
venlent to town S Univ. Phone
> for rent with meals. 1714 N.E. -
FR e-1911. t SW 10th St. NOW you can enjoy cooking with Seminole trailer. $75. FARM TRACTOR All is Chalmers .*'
Working men or students. 1 4th Terr.
gas. Gas range. used. Installed 1-row, with some equipment.
Roam Men, double or single. block from campus. Corner FREE with our LP gas. $45 good working condition. Can steering
Sap rete from main house. rooms. Phone FR 1-ItM. complete. Propane LP Gas.SW 72 Offic. Equipment be seen at NW Ith Ave. and
2434V) N.W. 2nd Aven", Phone Archer Road. Phone FR.. First St. Across street from
FR 4-m4. Shown by appoint- 54 Business .Rentals 5110. GAINESVILLE'S largest volume of White Electric.

ment._ SIMMONS Mattress box springsand flee supply dealer,_ Chesnufs AH
102 MW 13th St. Men W. men. GARAGE space tor rent 413 S.W. frame.. $45. Nylon 44 automatic Office Equipment Co. Invites you 83 Motorcycles & Scooters HI ;:: -
rooms and apts. near campus. 2nd St. Call John Merrill Real- 22 rifle with "'X scope to come In and shop. or call for
day week month. FR 4-2907 or tor. FR 2-1494. $50. White 25 gallon gas hot water free delivery. Chesnufs. Office 1942 CUSHMAN Eagle good con- A'
FRIOS2.._ AIR CONDITIONED heater $35. Phone FR 2-4037. Equipment Co. 104 W. Univ. dltlon. 1 new tire cost $400

NICE Quiet bedroom for rent. NEARLY new modern office or ELECTRIC apt. size GE stove. In Ave. In Downtown Gainesville.For new. S225 now. Discount for
Businessman or nice sober stu location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. good condition. $50. For further sale 2 used Sunstrands $45 Cash. FR 6USI.A'TOMOBIU: .
dent. S3S per moo 414 NE 2nd Ph. FR 4-2472 Weseman Realty. Information call 372-7395. and $75 also 1 full keyboard O -
St. FR 4-7212. 1113 N. Main St. Burroughs $55.' Adding machines. 84 REPAIRS
NICK downstairs rooms close SMALL Warehouse for rent. Call .. Myers. 2speed Intake electric. Call: S74-1t. -
In. privet entrance off-street Dan Byrd. 372-2111. er exhaust. $40. 3 years old. FR SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP '
pamng. $31 SE 2nd PL Ph. FR 21840. 73 Musical MerchandiseSPINET Your car's pep It power show :
OFFICE SPACE for rent. 626 N.M.1n :
2-2M2. up with a tune-up at BROWN'S .
I St. Phone 374-1480 It no REFRIGERATOR. 12 cu. Ft. Cold.spot. ..
I ROOMS available with private orNmI9r".t. answer 372-1823. Thermo-automatlc frost Piano used. Mahogany .
bath In Merest off finish with matching bench $35.Gridley recapping fc wheel alignment.
free. A-1 condition. Make offer.
30 x 40 CCB warehouse with restroom -
Music Co. FR 2-5353. 109 N. FR 113i0.AIRCONDIT1ONING. .
to the center of
campus housing .
drive-In door. parking. excellent FR I
University." FR 4-3012. c location an W. Univ. LIKE NEW deluxe model gas CORONET COM constellation finest Tune up ( )

4 BLOCKS from University. Ave. In rear. $75 per ,month. range with griddle plus otherextras. in Conn line a true concert Special, $2.50 for performancetest.
Large alr-condltloned apartment Ph. 376-1204 or 3744489. Call 374-5005. Instrument S3CO new. $150 or All makes and models.
far 2; also smaller room for 1. highest offer. See at Rebel Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air 514
Cell FR 2-0609. IDS N. W. 7th MODERN Building.- 5.000 Sq. Ft. YOU MAY BE NEGLECTINGyour Stamp and Coin Shop. Conditioning Servicing C. n t I r.
T.... office space. Just completed. hearing Our Free Examination 904 N. Main St., Phone FR 2- I .
MARY MOELLER will give you an accurate I ORGAN SALEOf 2541.
LARGE cool. divided -room 12 x Realtor. 1019 W. Univ. Ave. FR report.Gainesville Christmas Left overs. All au
22. private entrance & shower. 4-4471. Hearing Aid Co. I new organs. Savings up to 30 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE I ra
Quiet residential area. Ideal I per cent. Earl's Piano Co. )
N. Main St. FR 4-0095.
Utilities BUILDINGS to Rent or Lease.Call 4M
tor couple or 2 students. 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372.2222Automotive
& linens Included. Phone 2-3191 4755811.N.W. USED Chain Saws $50 up. New I CADILLAC Loaded with SEDAN everything.1957 $550.DeVille.1804 ..
or 2.,01.PRIVATE 4 hp saws $59.95. We repair
13th St. Building to be con all chain saws S lawn mowers. N.W. 38th Terrace. Phone 372-0481.

Nicely bath. furnished.entrence NewntrlgeratOt' end structed. Space available I 0 rphysicIan. Chain saw rentals. McCulloch. CHEVY 1959 4 Dr. standard transmission -
.. U14 N. E. 7th St. dentist lawyer, pharmacy Wisconsin and Brlggs Stratton 4 cyL radio, w-w 2
beauty shop and barber dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR 77 Mobile Homes for Sato tone blue. Best offer. Call FR
shop. If Interested Call 374-1831.
LARGE. clean room. close In. 7337.
maid service. Reasonable.Phone 43411.CLOSE
DailY OUT SALEOn 55 x 10 mobile home. excellent CORVAIR Monza. '43 equipped -
FR .,423. &22 N. E. 2nd 56 Business Opportunities
TV antenna air conditioner
St. Wallpaper. 98c o Roll buy. with radio, heater white sIdewall
covered patio. See or calL
_t tires. 1.000 actual miles.
PRIVATE ROOM with bath. 1 Blk. 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY on W. HARPER PAINT CO. Lot 1. 2720 SW Archer Rd. FR Assume payments. small equi.
from campus $31 a month. 1104 Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity 10 g.W. 7th St. 372-4344 4-2MS. ty. Will consider older car for -
S.W. 3rd Ave. FR 2-CW. for the right man to,get In REMINGTON 12 ga. pump 30 equity. Call owner at 3724441
the bowling alley business with ext. 33 8-S weekdays.
and Inch barrel. full choke cleaning
NICE quiet room. telephone
a small amount of capital.
kit.. shells, and case. Like new
carport or kitchen privileges. $iS FR 4-2441 or FR 4-2930. Ask for DODGE LANCER 1961 mod-770 4 m
weekly. FR ",,,,.__ Mr. HI"" ". condition. $75. 3724748. Dr. ssticknew tires. 39,000 mL

GIRL with 2 yr. old. wants roonmate MOBILE HOME COLEMAN AIR Trailer Sales $85. Mr. Baldwin. 374-4404.
for SIR.l bath house. 61 Wanted to Buy CONDITIONING SYSTEMS. FORD station wagon 1957 WWS. .
Call 374-9702. after S p.m. and Phone 'Dan" F R 4-0347 HomsofPacemaker auto trans., Thunderbird en- > ,,",
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP Excellent condition. Ph. < lit
week ends. WANTED: water cooler. must be Mobile Homes gine.
ROOM FOR RENT WORKING priced reasonable and In good PRACTICE PIANO. good condI- Shasta and Alrstream IF
MAN OR COUPLE. Call FR e3079. working condition.: Call 3724441.I tion $100. Call 448-1417 after 7:30 Travel Trailers. 3724869.LINCOLN
ext. 20 ..5 weekdays. pjn. Ocala's First Mobile Homo .
1953 with power steering brakes -
i Dealer Since 148
123 Sliver Springs Blvd. seats windows automatic .
Phone 2-135S transmission, radio heater, original -
Ocala Fla. paint It Interior. In ex- "
SERVICESHome ceiient condition (looks like a
FOR SALE Newberry Trailer
Call 3724441
56). Price open. 64
Park one ",1'nort"' on 41. 4acrts. '
$500' down monthlypay* ext. 21, before S P.M. weekdaysor
III after
at 239-B find
ments $70. See Ora K. Ball. see 64
5:30 P.M.PONTIAC -
TWO bedroom house traIler SMO.one .
bedroom house trailer S7SO. CHIEFTAN. Itsa 4 dr.. ,
And Business Can be rented. Phone 374-1234 good. S49S. cash. Phone FR 4- 64 I

Monday to Friday f to S. 7503. I

GREAT LAKES. 15S, 424$. .1 ,. RAMBLER. Classic. 1963. White. 2- 63
PAINTING conditioned mobile home good door pe.wer steering. rod to,
BulldozingSMALL I cond. Cad te see 372-5227 after heater. Excellent cond. Can be 63 .. -
5:30 pjn. refinanced. FR 2-5m. i ..
WANTED painting. Free es- '
bulldozer loader dump timates. No lob too smelL Work Only 3 left at CLOSEOUT PRICES VW, 1957 fair condition. sun roof. 62
trucks. fill dirt lime .rock. TopsoiL guaranteed.. Phone FR 2-530. SAVE to $1400 radio and heater $450. call
Phone 3717SU. BANK FINANCING 444-3414: mornings or after 7:00

Plumbing NEW. ir wide mobile homes pjn.VW 62 VW, !
BULLDOZERS & Dragline Back Town Si Country Trailer Sales '63 Micro-Bus deluxe model
hoe. wheel tractors. motor :340 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 2-220. radio. heater curtains low mile- 62
grader. Free estimates. W. G. SEWER INSTALLEDNEW ace very d..... Spilt front
i (Buck) Johnson. FR 1-4219. used fixtures complete FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES seat. Price $2.195. Melton Motors -

I plumbing service -B1G" JIM 703 N. Main St., FR 4-7571. 61 -
I HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumb-
Concrete 4t2fl NW 13th St. 441 South 1940 4-door, V'". savoy Plymouth. A
log FR Gainesville 372-5113 heater stick shin. $900. See at 60 PL ..
Hours I to a. Sunday II tt I 1104 N.E. 9th Ave. or call FR 2- j
CONCRETE finishing.\ Walks RemodelingNEED Service Is a must with us. 1444.Havcntt 60

drives. ,patios slabs and shuttle
board etc expertly done Esti-
A NEW Florida room. car. -
mates. Cell 37T-34M. anytime. 60
port. patio. screened-ln porch I
etc.? Call now and get It done You Heard ?
Cosmetics forttte summer months. Call 59
37240 after s P.M. for fret ..
estimates. i .
59 .
POSITIONS open for ladles In BUILDING; remodeling painting.
Gainesville A surrounding areas. block and cement work. Good
For details call or write to Mrs. worK Good prices. Phono 441- 1964 RAMBLERThe 59
Johnnie Turner NafL DII?. Director 1172.
f f* Vtvana Ward Cosmetics -
APpliance Repair & phone 374-14M or 62' N. 59
Main St.VIRE Upholstery
Air ConditioningA.1 i
I Lowest-Priced American-Built car.


HANDYMAN SHOP' Experienced.reasonable prices.FR .....Call.. Salty. Delivered at Ridgway Motor Co. for .
First fa air conditioning: and Ap- FIREEXTINGUISHER
ptlence repairs. FR ...0267."praisa' CO.
Sales and Service Sewing-Alterations only: -
I Service All types of Fire ExtinguishersPick

up and delivery service SEAMSTRESS I do sewing of on t

FRED B, ARNOLD C. R. Thomas Ph.,374-tW kinds 4 Dressmaking. Mrs. W. .
REALTOR Gainesville.- C. Asbell. S4M N.W. 17th Ter

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SEJIVJCK Mortgage Broker on women's $1763PLUS
AVE. PH. 372-3S22
W W.- UNIV. clothing alto buttonholes
belts. It dressmaking. Call
FHA and conventional at lowest
372-UtU .,
Auto Equipment current rates. Terms to 25 I
years. WIll, gladly discuss at isaobtigatiots. TAX. TAG &TITLE I
: HYDftAUUC JACKS' rebuilt Call tomorrow. Sewing Machine Repair
J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor I ( )
xcfwsed Repair. kits forWalkerJacks.
Factory *"*** L 3IN.MalnSt. Ph. FR M44 Top Trade-in Allowance I :
I Ifydrautle
I .d WaiVe- IRAKE FRED B. ARNOLD VICE co. SIS W. universityAve.
I SeVTCESUPPLY 1314 S. REALTOR 37e-US. We repair aO Easiest Possible Terms.
I Main FR 21497Aiith.G1au FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS I Makes. Work fully* guaranteed. 57 FORD,

1\\ : nit w. UNIV. AVE. PH. Pi-asa: Tires Alignment 55 CHEV.

I MORTGAGE MONEYS Brake Service Your New Rambler is 57 FORD
per cent Interest. Terms to ...
Gu.Ss bust 15 years.BUY .
.Immediate You
pickup A delivery. Add can famous nationally known Mohawk Waiting at: I
free SU NW St. Ph. FR J-1511
13 Ij
t' beauty & value to your car. Can Byrd tires . Save UO to j
MAULD1N-S AUTO CLASS CO. 50% on new tires. See our new

323 N.W: am st. FR --2SSI. GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA wrap around retread that gives
and conventional loans. Low more mileage traction. .Lat

1 Auto Painting W.rates.Univ.Terms Ave. te 972-531.25 veers. 1221 tner WINDOW TIre Co. CLEANING 63 N. Meln St. Ridgway Motors

AUTO pointing S7J5 tune vp FORDYCE and AssocIates Inc.

t-ZS: plus,ptus parts partl1 brakes auto waxIng refined Conventional I7e-l' %)o.and Grace F.H.A.Fordyce.loans.Ceil WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned 1132 S. Mo in St. FR 2-8433

I 111.9; AS ''WOrk guarantud. Realtor. Forrfyca % Associates. and waxed houses washed IIyrs.

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I < This beautiful l table and lamp FRUIT CAKE. .
BLADES 49 combination is made of, solid CHOICE OF HOT ROLLS O Keyless, Self-Lock- .\
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$1.00 SIZE a table, lamp and elf' ,
all in one price. Use it e Tight Fitting I
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SAL HEPATICA, 5?' I ::Our Carrying 90 Day z eaturniture + .err,,, I

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13th Pharmacy LOXL 1001 wonderful Buys ll' '' i
214 W.University Ave. FR 6-5329 4
19 S E 1st Ave. .. FREE PARKING IN REAR4ri'tda
N.W. 13th St. & 16th Ave. FR 6-2668 .1

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Super-D Discount Store JUST ,ARRIVED k ,

OUR PRICE 35 f or $9 CALtiFO.tNEA;
SPRAYDeodorant EachSXUVE Bright on White in* won- '
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in an unusual motif i and
2 ASSORTED. GROUPS HAIR 3'8 C stripe I sleeveless design. Bateau completely neckline .
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VALUES TO 22.95cooiftoi Hair: Spray List *!00 59 CURLERS Pka. per.Lime ,1 In and colors Pink/Yellow.of Lilac/ '

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818 UniYersity.Ave. BONETAO, button down and notch
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