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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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three, times.Gainesville. ,w -

Police Chief W. D. W: 3 _
Joiner'said that shortly after
Pastor Castor examines the nesting place of the University Lutheran Church's the shooting, Robert Joiner, 22,

ex-tenants. ,of Chipley, appeared at Alachua :' xr
General Hospital with a serious -ii
JIM McGUIRK and other flammables between the reflector <
,By S bullet wound in his chest. : '.;.. ,
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Pastor Castor reported the nest a total "We are holding this man for '
It all started when the Gainesville Fire investigation of this murder and ax
loss. But Robitscheck
Mrs. Claudia church
Department raced to the rescue of.a burning custodian, reported she. 'found several more hold-up," Chief'Joiner said. .. :'

bird's nest., nests when checking similiar fixtures to Bread, .cakes and other merchandise i
prevent more fires.. scattered over the
The nest was inside\ a light fixture under One nest contained three chicks. So Mrs. floor of the grocery indicated a Joe Silverman (right) exchanged pleasantries with State Atty. Gen. James W.

an eave ,of the ,University Lutheran Church Robitscheck carried it to a new site, a few struggle between Culpepper and Kynes and :Mrs. Kynes yesterday at Holiday Inn reception. (Sun Photo by Eddie
1826 W. Univ: Ave.Pastor D. 'Frederick Casfeet away from the church building 'and his assailant had taken place, Davis)

tor found smoke coming out of the light fixprotected by bailing wire and a tin roof the police chief, said. .
.\ from the elements and a' "large skill- Two revolvers were found ,at t
ture Monday, called \the firemen and then very *; Sentence
doused the fire with 'an extinguisher. ful :white cat that comes around." the scene. One was a .22 calibre .
Mrs. Robitscheck reported the transfer was pistol the other a .38 special
Later examination showed the. fire was an apparent success. What, appeared to be owned by Culpepper. Both had Delayed In
caused by sparrows who had packed a nest the mother bird" was visiting the new nesting been fired. Kynes Is Doubtful 1

of Spanish Moss, needles cleansing tissue, site yesterday. Joiner, theorized that one or

.more persons had attempted an _k Store Theft .
armed robbery. "It ended in
About TrimesterBy
murder," the Chief said. Sentencing has been delayed

Scranton Police had the Chipley youth's 10 days for two men who were

and Lodge hospital, room 'under guard at CLIP CORMIER which stated the stepped-up convicted in Circuit Court yes-
Alachua General this morning, Sun City Editor year-round system had reduced terday of cracking the safe inWilson's
but a. condition report was not Department Store
available.The State Atty. Gen. James W. education" to a "harried rat Jan. 20.The .

storekeeper was found by Kynes took the opposite view race. postponement was granted -
ShowingStrength R. L. Melvin, 1818 NE 17th Way. of Gov. Farris Bryant concern- Gov. Bryant's answer in a to allow attorneys time to
: Melvin called police at 5:50 a.m. ing the trimester system in state press conference yesterday was appeal for a new trial. I
Officer W. J. Crews arrived at university operations in a talk that the trimester should not be Bond was set at $10,000 for ,
MassachusettsPHILADELPHIA the scene by 5:53.Canada here last night. abandoned. each man.
Pennsylvania
Kynes, on the campaign trail "Life is full of pressures and The two, Wayne Brooks, 33, I I
(AP-Gov. BOSTON (AP) Massachu- elected three times to the U.S. Boots ,- for election to the job he'was competition is the essence of and Robert W. Chapman, 27, i
William W. Scranton easily setts Republicans left no doubt Senate, headed the U.S. delega- appointed to by Bryant, spokeat free enterprise," he ,said. were arrested when police '
swept Pennsylvania's Republican about it in Tuesday's presidential tion to the United Nations dur- Russian V *| a reception at the HolidayInn. Kynes said he had always found them hiding in the attic
of
presidential preference primary primaries: -Henry 'Cabot ing the Eisenhower administration been interested in the needs of a drug store next to Wilson's
Tuesday, establishing a Lodge is the man they want for and now is ambassador to NewsmanOTTAWA He called for a reexamination the state's universities and his after the department store's
state record for write-ins and the Republican nomination for South. Viet Nam-an appoint- of the trimester."I support of higher education did safe was found cracked.

rolling up more than 60 per president. ment given him by the late (AP) The Cana- am convinced that we not "spring up overnight." and Police said they found $1,193

.cent, of,the total GOP vote for. They gave Lodge a thumping President John F., Kennedy dian government,has ordered a should re-examine the trimester "My record on helping higher that checks and loose change
presidentBut write-in vote in the preference Kennedy went to the Senate in Soviet newsman out of the country system. There is no magic in education in Florida is volumi- in the was missing from the safe
it seemed open to inter- column and the 10 delegates-at- 1952 by defeating Lodge. charging he tried to buy this present system for year- nous and spans a long period," The attic safe with the men.
large who favor his nomination.. secret data Canadian round operation and I heartily cracking was discovered
pretation whether this showing Lodge's home-state victory on a industrial Kynes declared. "Higher educa- by
a
patrolman
would be regarded by the 46- Returns for district delegateswere without an organized effort duplicated process. concur with"those who supporta tion has no better friend in state a system of mirrors through
year-old, first-term governor as slow to be counted, but that which a small Foreign Secretary Paul Mar- new look. government than myself, and I ,the box that made
a popular clamor from his home Lodge may win most of the 24. group of his supporters promoted tin told the House of Commonsthat At the same time Bryant was take a back seat to no one on street.money visible from the
state to become a presidential One Goldwater delegate is Roger in last month's New police arrested Vasily'Tar- defending the trimester in Talla- this." Police
candidate as state leaders A. Moore of Boston, elected Hampshire primary, where he asov,"correspondent for the Soviet hassee. The issue came up late The attorney general added after investigation surrounded the area
hope. without opposition in the 9th topped the popularity poll and government paper Izvestia, last week when Florida StateUniversity's that he also had been a longtime safe was still hot showed the
Senate from
when he tried to bribe Faculty being
Henry Cabot Lodge, US. ambassador Congressional District. won the state's 14 convention a gov- released booster of junior collegesin cut open with
{ ernment employe Monday night. Committee a study an acetylene
4 South Viet Nam, uncommitted but Florida.
1 to' Moore ran delegates.On torch, and a roof hatch had
was an impressive second with he has been an advocate of the Democratic side, Kynes attended the Universityof been broken.

more than 20 per cent. Arizona Sen. Barry Goldwater's. President Johnson's write -in Election Suit AppealIs Florida, where he was a star Attorney Sigsbee Scruggs represented
None of the leading presidential nomination for .the .presidency. was about 3-1 over that given to football player and a student Chapman in the trial ,
possibilities campaigned in One of the elected delegates- Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy. leader on campus. He has serv- yesterday. Brooks was defended
the state and no names were on at-large is Lodge's son, George. Refused Special Priorityasked ed as national president of the by Public Defender R. A.- s
preferential
the ballot. Lodge-who isn't actively run- The 'Republican University's Alumni Association. (Buzzy) Green. Both
With 7,281 of 9,261 precincts ning, and who has declined even tabulation of 1,034 of 1,764 pre- Special priority has been refused the court to give the case Kynes and his wife were argued that evidence attorneys
counted, Scranton had 188,831; to talk about It-also won a sur- cincts, gave: Goldwater 3,933; the Andrews election suit spscial consideration because of guests of Ladies Night at the the two men was circumstantiaL against: ,
Lodge 64,828; Sen. Barry Gold- prising write-in preference vote. Lodge 28,213; Richard M. Nix- appeal by the First District the possible effects of the suit of Gainesville Rotary Club followIng They moved at one point fora
water 27,242; former Vice Pres- on the Democratic ballots. His on 2,310; Gov. Nelson Rockefeller Court of Appeals in Tallahassee. the May 5 primary.The the talk. Afterward the at- directed verdict of not
ident Richard M. Nixon 30,045; Democratic write-ins came to 937; Sen. Margaret Chase Registration Supervisor Mrs. torney general flew to Washington It was denied. guilty. 1
Gov. George ,Romney of Michigan about 10 per'cent of those the Smith of Maine 210. Alma Bethea appealed Circuit court said the ,appeal where he will testify today Assistant State Attom i
178; Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller -- -Democrats gave to President The' Democratic preferential Judge George Patten's refusalto would be placed on the regular before the House Judiciary Com- Mack Futch e y 1
of New York 5,831;Sen. Johnson. poll gave: Johnson 21,876; Atty. dismiss the suit to the super docket and it is not expectedthat mittee on a proposed amend- A six-man prosecuted. 1
Margaret Chase Smith 550 'and Lodge, a descendant of old Gen. Kennedy 6,320; Lodge ior court last week. the case will be heard before pair. jury convicted the
Harold E. Stassen 147. Massachusetts families, wasJudge 1,538. Her attorney, Richard Wilson, next Tuesday's election. (See KYNES on Page 2)) was Judge Presiding George over L.the Patten.trial

Scranton had said he does not

want tion, but the would presidential accept nomina-a "sin- High Winds
Bar
cere and honest draft"-some- Contender Slaps GroupBy
thing he said he feels is not Sweep FloridaBy
likely at national conventionsin

this day and.'age. JEAN CARVERSun date Bob Jordan attacked news help him get reelected but be THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Scranton for President from did follow High winds and heavy rains
# accounts in the Sun previous not through.
Staff Writer
group in the state-headed by Issues Come to Head rallies. He claimed his comments Crevasse outlined his nine struck Florida Tuesday.A .
Craig Truax, state GOP chairman ISLAND GROVE County have not been property years in office. tornado-like storm dippedout
,and Congressman Richard judge candidate John Connell reported and said he is having He said he was especially of a squall line at Zellwood
Schweiker-had hoped for, and last night accused directors of ,. ,As Election Day .NearsJoe advertising problems with the proud of the reserve program 15 miles northwest of Orlando,
organized for such a tremen- the Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar .f newspaper. noting that young businessmen and destroyed a packing shed I
Association of using "under in the county have volunteeredfor while workers were on their

,(See PA.on Page 2) handed" 'tactics.He .. Jenkins Jr., Jim Quincy political rally, McDonald ignored "Now" they're told the messing crowd of up less my training in first aid, traf- lunch hour. No one was injured. j
waved in ads, be fic control skin diving, cave The fierce wind scattered
a news clipping Jim Clayton. Allen Crouch ConnelTs claims."I that The por-
I T. .. the air that reported, a statement -. BID Avera, Jane Harris. and than 100. "I predict Sheriff Joe rescues and the mounted posse tions of the new, 200-foot square
don't have to' send down Sun will endorse
issued by the directors Jack Bates. shed over a wide area.
WHERE" the six-county ,association, .sailing the street to get someone to Crevasse before Sunday. This He explained that in dealing Orange County Deputy Sher-
don't want their tell me the answer," the judge' will be one point in my favor to
for legal training for the "They just 'with law officials from all over iff Loren Morris said two men
little playhouses messed up" said, citing his legal back be the next sheriff. sheriff is almost
FIND rr county judge and accused the the state the told him the twister dropped in
TO attorneys of "trying to b u In- Connell charged. ground. "I" have given you, the, The former juvenile counselor the "little governor of the coun a field, smashed the shed and
fuzzle you." answers. "bad need"' in theshernTs ty" and must represent the almost .
.. Connell also accused McDonald cited a rose Immediately.In
Comics 4.1.7 '
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'. Classified* v.. .'. 28-31 Listing the' seven directors, of taking $25,060 fee for He also pointed out that the department for a merit county with dignity. 24 hour period two:to
Entertainment -,'. ,, ..-28 .r the former parole officer" I n d ,his'sreck.ai,attorney in one es- great majority of his court rulings system-type program to establish Rep. Ralph Turlington accused three inch rains were general.
Obituaries . .. 2 Sunlaad counselor said at least tate several years ago duringthe have been upheld by super job security. his opponent attorney over northern sections of the
. 4 three pf the attorneys represent time'he was also serving as ior courts. Dick Wilson, of attempting to state. Between one half and one
.; Opinion Page > law firms that get,the; bulk of There is only one issue," He said that Crevasse promised falsify the veteran legislator'srecord inch fell in the southern
Sport .-... 17,:18 :: county. judge. to his por
: v the estate work from: County i -iInhis. McDonald said.:". "Who is the such a program r "often out of context"See tion. The heaviest 24-hour total
'..;.... nroment 'L';:,/. )* candidate" ago when Jordan
.1. Judge:!!. H. McDonald. '. : 'reply before a smallaudienceat qualified : '-staff eight years: 3.46 inches at Ocala.i .
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(AP) -'Faced tis a e.araa accused Wilson of using j liman Batten on te Melrose .. .j
(APh-James) Tax Court decision, appeared to with the first strong threat of a ZONES 1 'hit and run" tactics and said carpenter's _insistence that Ala- ment to the U." si'. Constitution-- -

R. Hoffa, beset from within and lend weight to a major point in cloture move, to choke off the BCD: Scattered showersthis }, he was calling the attorney a'fraidy chua General Hospital have a which would allow Bibleread? 1

without his huge Teamsters Union a high-level Teamsters' ruckus marathon civil rights debate, afternoon becoming partly 71.IUCII cat" for not meeting emergency physician in the lag hi.school rooms.: ,

empire, faced another wor- that cut off Hoffa's legal expense Southern senators today hastily cloudy tonight and Thursday.A ,4 t his challenge to debate the re- hospital at all"times. I

ry today-a court precedent in- I' money as he entered his called a new secret strategy little cooler tonight, low 55 1= \ apportionment stand taken by Johnson explained that the He will also present -Ihe Judiciary i

dicating he might have to pay second 'major federal criminal session. to 60. High Thursday around E II\ t Turlington.He Committe@.witiI,. a resolution f
problem has been under
federal income taxes on his trial In less than 60 days. Sen. Richard B. Russell, D- '80. South and southwest 10 to f-nee, u study passed by'the Florida

I huge union-paid legal fees.The Ga., told a reporter of the meet- 20 mile wind this afternoon be- .. sIr\' 'y.asW said Wilson has not offer- for more than two years by the Education Association last week :
The Teamsters' general coun- hospital staff and trustees. He
precedent a 1963 U.S. ing after announcing earlier coming variable 5 to 12 ( ed any qualifications or a plat 'favoring classroom Bible read- if I,
sel, Edward Bennett Williams, I form to the voters and has at- noted that the only hospital .
there would be further and I
no ses- miles hour tonight \ .
per ing.
.. put the union's top brass in a tacked him on four primary is- jurisdiction the county commis-
sions of his forces this week. '.
,/ More out'Pa. sweat by advising they might be He changed his mind after Thursday.A ,', .; H.II.I I IO sues-annexation, reapportion- sion has is to provide funds, for .

forced to reimburse any funds Republican Leader Everett M.I. : Partly and Thursday.cloudy this A little afternoon cooler tonight tonight pent, the school superintendent the county hospital. Benefit Plan/ 11
for their
president's legal
paid Dirksen R-ffl. served notice low M to 64. High Thursday Issue and vocational education. School .
superintendent candidate
expenses, and that Hoffa might 78 to 84. Turlington said he proudof 3
that the pressure for action on E H: Partly cloudy chance of a _y laR was I W. S. (Tiny) Talbot at- GrovtltNoted j
have to pay personal income shower or two through Thursday. Low his annexation vote; noted
,the bill from many senators was tonight 65. to 70, high Thursday mid tacked opponent Harry Evans'
taxes on any such payments.The I 80s. South and southwest 10 to 20 mile that reapportionment was dictated t
amount of Hoffa's legal becoming intense. winds becoming variable mostly southerly GAINESVILLE WEATHER claims of his teaching and ad- CHICAGO (AP) Assets of
From Page 1 Dirksen said he and Democratic 5 to 15 mile winds tonight end by the U. S. Supreme ministrative experience, noting employee welfare and pens ion l
Dills owed or already paid is a : Thursday.F -Municipal Airport readingsor Court; said that he supported
I Leader Mike Mansfield, G I J: Scattered showers through that Evans has not been in a benefit plans in 1963 totaled
closely guarded Teamsters' se- I Thursday. Low tonight 65 to 72, high : 24 hours to 8 a.mtoday: openly the right of the votersto
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dous outpouring of write-ins cert but reliable estimates D-Mont., had agreed they would Thursday mid 80s. South and southwest High 66 at 5 p.m., low 58 at select the method of selectingthe classroom "as a teacher or prin some $66 billion, one of the larg- :
8 to
10 to 20 mile winds becoming
file cloture next Mon- cipal" since 1941. est concentrations of investment
that Scranton would change his range into the hundreds of thou- a petition U miles an hour .tonight and Thurs- 2 a.m. Rainfall 2.72 inches. school superintendent and
stand and actively. go after the day to cut off debate on a pend- day. "He is behind the times 1 holdings in the United States..
sands of dollars. K: Partly cloudy with a chance of a claimed that Wilson has en- ,

nomination. They said they In addition to expenses of his ing amendment compromise,unless jury the South-trial' Low shower tonight or two about today 75 and high Thursday.Thursdaymid TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREHigh Low Precis. dorsed the same views on vocational Talbot charged. By 1970, at the present rate

thought they got the outpouring. current Chicago fraud conspiracy 10s. Southerly 10 to 20 mile winds. Jacksonville 70 60 187 U4 education that are In- Evans noted that while he of growth, assets. such plans
Miami U n
to Tues-
agreed a vote by
t The previous write-in recordwas trial, Hoffa also faces heavy erners ALMANAC Tampa 84 67 cluded in a bill Turlington help. was working for the county will be around $100 billion, according -
Sunset today ................ 7:05 P-m. Atlanta 72 54 .17 school
183,073 for the late John F. lawyers' bills In appealing his day.Dirksen Sunrise tomorrow .......... 548 am. New Orleans 81 64 ed sponsor in the legislature. sysem a few years ago to the reported basedon
Kennedy for president In 1960. March 4 jury-tampering conviction made it clear he was' The Moon rises ............ ':53 pm. Boston 54 41. helping prepare a school sur- a U. S. Labor Department
confident the votes would be tonight and Is at Apogee and over 57 .s .
Rain fen In much of the state hi Chattanooga, Tenn.V1lliams' 252.000 miles from the Earth. Washington 68 52 ai Wilson repeated his previous vey, one of the recommendations study.
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there to invoke cloture although Last Quarter May 4 Chicago 65 51 A attacks on Turlington's positionson was that an auto mechanic
J Tuesday, which possibly'held \ legal advice against Venus the first "star* visible after Kansas City 64 G .03 -
this never before has sunset. Is now 53 million miles from Denver 66 39 annexation, reapportionmentand shop be added to the GaInes- More than 22 million personsare
continued union of the
down the voting. payment the Earth and Its distance from us Is Ft. Worth 77 52'
was viewed as another I been done on a civil rights bill. decreasing. Los Angles 5' s.c .05 the superintendent of public ville High School program.He covered by welfare and
Scranton had asked that none expenses It takes two-thirds of those MARINE FORECAST Seattle 61 .s instruction issues, adding the said the recommendationhas pension benefit plans, not
blow the winds 5 to
body to beleagueredHoffa's EAST GULF: Variable
of the GOP candidates cam- voting to make this move suc- 15 knots tonight and Thursday. CEDAR KEY TIDES vocational school issue. not been carried out by counting,family beneficiaries
\ in the state, saying he efforts to hold control of would the Widely scattered showers this afternoon Thursday High It 4:05 a.rn. and
paign cessful. This mean becoming partly cloudy tonight 2:50 pm. Low a' 9:06 am. .and 10OP Talbot, the GHS principal.
his million member unionwhile
lead unpledged 1.7 "This kind of political treachery Death benefits are a featureof
wanted to an support of 67 senators if an 100 and Thursday. p.rn. Evans pledged preservation of
trying to fight off per should never again be four-fifths of the plans and
delegation to the convention as : hand.,
were on and
sistent government efforts to Five-Day Forecast doorof spiritual cultural heritages. retirement of disability is covered .
a "favorite son" leader-not a When Dirksen and Mansfield I I permitted to darken 'the

candidate. All observed this, but put him in Jail introduced their jury trial Alachua County," Wilson in nearly threefourths.Paid .
i If Williams' opinion were sub- Temperatures through Mon- from mid eighties during the said. Royal Baby ,
Goldwater supporters ran amendment last week-a -
some !sequently borne out by the proposal day will slightly below day to sixties at night. Showers Advertising
backed they feel went a long average THE ASSOCIATED
against organization way Wilson called for immediate By PRESS
of
southern first
courts it could mean a stagger portion part perind -
candidates for.54 delegate spots !ing drain on the personal! toward meeting Dixie demands normal north portion to near and most of area by week. establishment of a vocation II IVER, England (AP-Britain)

and in at least one instance pocketbooks of Hoffa and the I-they voiced confidence of a normal south portion. Little end. Precipitation averaging I school, critizingly a statement has its third royal baby of the

were successful. Ten at large other 14 members of the Team-I. vote either Monday or today. I cooler most beginningof one half to one inch but locally!by Turlington endorsing a junior year. The 30-year-old Duchessof

delegates, chosen earlier by the sters' executive board. Russell in telling of today'snew period. Normal daily range is heavier totals south portion. college,in the county.In Kent gave birth to a ,daughter -

state committee, are unpledged. strategy meeting, said he Tuesday night.
The tax court
precedent on
the commissionrace
remained strongly opposed to county
cloggedby
Delegate results were ballot the income tax aspect ironical vote this week. Commissioner Edgar
office any
lengthy state
a ly Involved a minor Teamsters' (!PmtuartegPHILIP
tabulations and Johnson responded to Commissioner -,
and the write-in RALPH TURLINGTON
official California who finally :
late In being de- Sid Martin's opponent, says
extremely .
were Flees
had to pay taxes In similar cir During


termined.Schweiker hailed the Scranton cumstances.A further potential legal pit: Theft Trial COHEN i Masonic Lodge; 197 of\ Archer I Red Prisons He wants a junior college :

demonstrating "to and worked as a molder at
write-in as
fall yawned before the Team- CHIEFLAND Philip Cohen, :
the nation the fantastic vote- TAMPA (APRichard Bev- Mattox Foundry here. in Alachua County .
sters after the government said 73, local store owner, died Sun- i I ._._h h______ .
getting,ability of Bill Scranton. Tuesday it might step in under erly Sanchez, 22, was expectedto after brief illness. Survivors include his widow I DisturbingLONDON :
night
day a ,
Schweiker noted that the late be back in U.S. District Court Elberta G.FUneral. --
John F. Kennedy in 1960 estab--federal labor law and of demanda union today for his trial on'bank rob- He was a native of Russia and (AP-Doctors say RICHARD: J. WILSON says: :.
public accounting had to Chiefland from services were at J 3 "
lished a write-in record for the bery charges. come 17 months in Communist prisons i -- .
state with 183,073 votes and funds spent to defend Hoffa. Sanchez was missing Tuesdaybut Cross City in 1948. p.m. today in Archer Methodist have put Maynard Greville

"Mr. Kennedy had been an an- "We are giving the matter ac-" the trial continued without Survivors include a nephewand Church with Rev. H. L. Boyd: Wynne in "an excitable and disturbed 'He wants b vdcationaUtraining. I:
tive and serious consideration
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nounced and campaigning candidate said for him. The judge told the jury it niece Sol and Alice Cohen, and Dr. Delton Scudder offici- mental state which gives i {
a spokesman Secretary Archer school instead'77ancf5Kfill worE
Burial followed in
ating. "
seVeral months.? rise to some anxiety.
for 'of Labor W. Wfflard Wirtz.But could weigh his absence as an both of Miami. .

"Gov. Scranton not only" has I the law empowering: Wirtzto inference that Sanchez" "had a The remains will rest at Cemetery. A hospital spokesman said *.- .L -to.secure/such.aschoQLfQJL/ -'.

not been a candidate, said make such an investigation consciousness of guilt. Knauff Chapel in Chiefland until Pallbearers were Bill Batey, the statement issued by Dr..Pet-

Schweiker "but in fact re !apparently would not authorizehim Sanchez escaped while being tomorrow morning at which Cecil Copeland, Kenneth Mc- er Dally, a psychiatrist and Dr. Alachua County citizens. :.

peatedly has tried to discourage to halt the flow of funds returned to jail after the trial Call, Clarence Howell Howard Edward Bott, Wynne's family ---: ,.. -...
will be to Savan- -
sent -
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voters from writing in his from the Teamsters' opened Monday. He was found they Skinner and Henry Zielinski. ._-- .. .____-4..
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to physician
treasury not mean the.45- __ .
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name." Hoffa's lawyers.The Tuesday night in a swamp and Honorary bearers were W. L. year-old British businessman'slife .. .-.' -My"-"H'-".--.- ..

The co-director of the Gold- law-the Landrum-Griffin Hillsborough County deputy ment. Hair, Newsome Dixoq, Cecil was in danger, .. .. '.-4* : .-sa4-M.---- _.. .-.:. _- ::
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committee -
water-for-president McCall I. W. Skinner M. Vene- : -
Labor-Management ReportingAct ALLAN BARNETT Wynne convicted last year of -. -11 "'- .,., --EiE -._ --
Richard Kliendienst, said before -leaves it to individual un- lockoup. able. Knauff Funeral Home was being a courier of spy informstion .
the primary that the campaign ion for Sanchez and Servando Fer- ARCHER Allan Mason in charge. .
1 members. to sue recov- was released by the Rus-
foe Scranton was so,well-organ ery" 'of anY 'funds allegedly nandez, 25, are on trial charged, Barnett; 70, a resident here _.11Weather- sians last Wednesday in ex-

1 ized that he would need 800,000 spent improperly by union of- with the $64,000 robbery of the since 1949, died in a Williston change for Soviet master spy PICHARDak'

write-ins "or face, charges of ficials. Exchange National Bank of Hospital Monday afternoon Gordon Lonsdale. Wynne was :

being rejected tin his home. A threat to do just that was Temple Terrace last Jan. 23. after an extended illness. rushed to the ,hospital Sunday''' -

state." made by a group of rank-and- They were arrested 10 minutes He was a native of Floville, unconscious. .t -

Truax said this:was'ridiculous file Teamsters in Philadelphia, I after the holdup and the moneywas Ga., a member of Archer Still Rough

tremendous. triggering the scrap that sent recovered. Methodist Church, a member of PRESS I Mass Grave J JIwL .

the, union's top echelon into a By THE ASSOCIATED .
Electronic '-
In the primary' contests, In- legal tailspin.But i More thunderstorms rumbled WARSAW AP-A _:: ,
( ) Polish "
cumbent Hugh Scott Republican a spokesman for the Melon Sorter r In across areas in the Southeastand says a mass grave contain-paper ..

easily won nomination fora Philadelphia rebels said plansto People from the Great Lakes to the ing an estimated 10,000 Nazi

l second term in the U.S. Senate seek a court injunction are NAPLES, Fla. (AP) -, The Atlantic Coast today after an- victims has been unearthed in w1isoSTATE'
token uncertain now that top Team- other outbreak of violent weather -
over opposition.His farmhand who cracked up: The NewsTOKYO a former sports stadium in ,.
opponent In the fall, will sters officials say the union's "making decisions" in sorting in parts of the South and Warsaw.

be either Justice Michael A. purse strings are closed to Hof vegetables wouldn't have to Midwest. '

Musmanno of the State Supreme I fa for trial expenses pending a II worry if he worked for Naples (AP-Emperor Hi- Tornadoes swept across at I I .-
further legal review. rohito, in the 38th of his communitiesin Official Dies
Court or Genevieve Blatt, the watermelon grower Carl Glid- year least eight small REPRESENTATIVE
state secretary of internal af- den. reign, celebrated his 63rd birth- northern and central Ala-

day today, apparently In good at least FREETOWN, Sierra Leon I .
fairs. They were locked in a Probe Fire ermelon grower Carl Glidden. bama Tuesday, injuring
neck-and-neck race, with a possibility The Collier County farmer and health and high spirits.W :two persons and causing heavy (AP) Sir Milton Margai, 67, I L I PULL LEVER 16-A
t also struck who has been prime minister of
Twisters
the absentee ballots packer is completing Florida'sfirst damage.
Fatal to Five BOSTON (AP) Gen. Sierra Leone since it attained
would decide the question.In electronic watermelon Atty. sections in Florida, Indiana and
One the, Edward W. Brooke of Massa- Illinois. self-government in 1960, died ,f P a special Congress race, shipping plant thing
MOBILE Ala. (AP) Federal chusetts, holder of the highest thunderstorms Tuesday night.
$100,000 "brain" is to The most severe
William J. Green, 25, a Villa- and supposed ___ ___ ____
officials office of in u
University Law School company began in- do is shunt melons accordingto elective any Negro during the early morning -
nova senior
vestigation today into the causeof the country, says he may run Carolinas in
weight toward box cars or were In the ,
elected! to the Philadelphia
l was : a flash fire in the hold of the for governor. of Florida and
trucks to insure each carrier the southern tip NOW!
seat held by his late father AIR CONDITION
r aircraft vessel Brooke told Tues-
I ferry Croatan. will haul uniform melons to newsmen the Florida Panhandle. The
William J. Green, Jr., the long- Five men died in the blaze. market."It day he'll make his decision by storms in the Midwest taperedoff

time leader of Philadelphia Eight fire companies the middle of next month.
poured the wet belt moved east-
operates on a
memory as
Democrats who died in Decem tons of Gainesville's Largest Window Air Conditioner Dealer
water Tuesday Into the selector principle" said Glid- ward to the Atlantic Coast and
ber. Green defeated Republican 496-foot vessel which is In SAN ANTONIO Tex. (AP- .
dry- den, "You set knobs and as the skies were mostly clear from
Edward Rovner. Both were dock here for routine Ex-astronaut John H. Glenn Jr.
repairs. melons travel along a conveyor the Rockies to the Mississippi
nominated by their parties to Three of the victims released from an Air Force
were the desired weights are sidetracked was Valley. _____________
meet again In November for the PreSeasonSale
cleaning out the chain lock onto different conveyorsfor hospital Tuesday just one day
full term. Green's win made the where the anchor chains are loading." after he had re-entered it for WATER and ICE TEA

state congressional lineup 13 stowed. Two pipefitters were at There is plenty of work tobusy tests.Doctors I GLASSESFor
Democrats and 14 Republicans.In work two decks below. The blaze satisfaction
Glidden's brain. expressed
I electronic
Delaware whereI Motels & Restaurants j i BEAT THE HEAT WITH RED HOT PRICES '
County, was confined to the forepeak a:He has 600 acres of watermelons with Glenn's rate of recov-! LARGEST FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONER DEALER IN FLORIDAand

civil rights demonstrations over: chain locker area.In the vessel's I maturing east of Naples. ery from an inner ear Injury.I SPENCECHEMICAL I ONLY Authorized Fedders Air Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville.We .
the month have SUPPLY CO.
past resulted in bow. The hospital said Glenn returned -

hundreds of arrests and dozensof .I. The vessel apparently sus-I China Post to his home in Houston.I FR 2-2186 _I Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditioners ,: '.-.'

injuries Gov. George C. Wal- tained minor damage. It Is operated -: a first class unit with good prices. -

lace of Alabama a Democrat, by the Military Sea TOKYO (AP) Communist -
received 822 write-in votes on Transport Service to take military China announced today that its COOLERATORS Good Unit .and Good Prices. ..;"

the Republican presidential bal-I! supplies and aircraft to former ambassador to Moscow, I .. We only sell units that we know are the best to buy. -

lot although Scranton easily overseas bases. Few of its crew Wang Ping-nan has been Good Through Saturday, May 2 I WE SERVICE ALL UNITS WE SELL .

carried the county. with more' of 74 civilians was aboard. and named a vice minister of foreign .

than 12,000.Statewide. I none was injured. affairs.GORDON'S Our Price

on the Democratic 24 oz. All units are Flush NEMA .Cool. MNsterepeliyered
BTU Sq. ,a..OYM'rico
ballot, Wallace had 1,759 to Mounted. Rails. Amps Volts ft. ph. Is,. .f Unit

64.575 for President Johnson JEWELERS MICRIN Thermostat 4,500 8 115 250 1.5 109.88
Controlled
with 5,472 precincts counted. SSC 5.000 8 115 290 1.7 128.97

Robert Kennedy the attorney INTRODUCES 12.3= Speed Fan, 6,200 7/ 115 375 t.1I 152.50 I

I general had 4,923.Gainesville.. List $1.29 Slide-out ChassisAll 10,000 11 230 610 2.75 181.97

With' This Coupon Certified NEMA 14,000 12 230 875 4.6 199.97
j OlinKimbrell
I Sun Mr. CM-1 Rated. 15.000 11.6' 230 920 4 215.00

I ISlturd.1v. } Price Price Include: 16,500 13.6 230 1,000 4.5 225.00 '
Published Our
v nlrtfl s except
I Delivery, 1-Year 17,500 12 .130 1040.5 235.00
and Sunday: morn
Ings by the Gainesville Publishing Service Labor and on 5 Parts Years fir 19:000: 13.6 230 1:160: 5.3 263.97

Company at 101 SE I' r VO Warranty on Sealed 20,000 14.3 .230 1.190": .6.4---. ....2.66.75
2nd Place. Gainesville. florida. Mr. Kimbrell will head $1 Rcfrigeratie Systems. 25.000 16 230 ISOO, 8 304.50GAINESVILLE'S
second class .
and entered as our Repair - .
matter at the) Post Office at I Department and is With This # -
Gainesville. Fla'da.CIRCULATION! I, well qualified to
pertly Repair" List $2.35 Coupon LOWEST PRICES --- LOW.JNSTALLAT10N COST
RATES BY Jewelry and your '. ..
Watches
CARRIER OR MAIL ii i
with one year

1 Week As Guarantee on all wa3ct.y I SUPER D DISCOUNTCENTER Double Hung or Joloutfft Window 57.50 Cotement Window" or thniWalj$22J50: '!
S M... $5.85
service. i 10% DOWN PAYMENT-24 MONTHS TO-PAY-LOW FINANCE CHARGESWa
All mall subscriptions must DIAMOND MERCHANTS OF AMERICA
be paid in advance. 9 W. UNIVERSITY DOWNTOWN _

Member of Audit Bureau of DIAMOND MERCHANTS OFAMERfCA i Sell ..* InstallCentral

Grcutation.Al GAINESVILLE'S ONLY TRUE DISCOUNT / 1 C B- "B'O' h.an n oiJV

material contained herein b GORDON'SQUALITY. I HEALTH & BEAUTY AID STORE, Air Conditioning R R .
production In whole or b part b .
a tf Nutfse. tocMtef aa *KWrk. 1
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Mathews ida Family Dickinson" and r-1
John POLITICAL PROFILES North Florida. "That makes And then Mathews began discussing
character whom he:
principal about 9,000 miles of road he has .issues, outlining his
has labeled "Super Bud." promised to four lane," Mathews campaign platform point by I

He noted that the strip for the said. "And he also promises point to his coffee-sipping audi
Slow Starter to cut spending." ence.
Moves Into GearBy
Campaign High day showed Dickinson and his
daughter standing before the
S i state capitoL Mathews said: I
CHARLES STAFFORD spinning your wheels if you'renot boils down to this: He quotes And Mathews,who claims that He moved on to a women's I 1 4

John E. (Jack) Mathews' in low gear," Mathews said. something the other candidate he always wakes up happy and coffee at the plush Palma Ceia i "His daughter says, "Are 'you
to work here
"There going, daddy? I
campaign for. governor is head was no use discussing has said. He comments on it, has never in his life had a head-'golf and country club. In his
issues ideas
ing for election day like a car or at could that time.The usually with caustic humor. And ache, is always in high humor.opening remarks he delivered' "Now if she has a doubt about

moving from a dead stop on. a six average months person before election.care"less then he explains his own stand.A Mathews has shifted gears in his drawl that is sprinkledwith whether he is going to work,I
cold: morning to cruising speed Mathews' comparison is not once more, believing, like Gov. crumbs from the Florida' what should the voters think?" FOR ;
'on the open road. After the qualifying deadline gentle with his opponent.It Sholtz, that elections are won in He chided Scott Kelly for a I COUNTYCOMMISSIONER .
His is a campaign with a in February, the campaign shift the last three weeks. cracker-Mathews discussed'a promise to four-lane U.S. 17 in ;\a w,,.
broad sense of humor, but a hu ed into second."I boils up out of his competitive ---
mor that often cloaks the hard wasn't well known around spirit, the legacy of a fiery, "You can't keep a person VOTE FOR DISTRICT AT LARGE ;
jab of a highly competitive man the'state," said Mathews. "The red-headed John E.Mathews Sr. fired up about a baseball pennant Interested in schools
at one of his five opponents.In principal pitch was trying to get who was a justice of the Florida race a football season, or W. S. "Tiny"K and better roods in
Supreme Court. anything for a long time," he Alachua County
a hotel room in Tampa on a people interested in Jack Ma-
recent morning, Mathews recalled thews, who he was and what, While other candidates say said., "I've been soft selling: TALBOTSUPERINTENDENT If elected, I promise
the campaign of Dave his qualifications were." they don't campaign this way, ideas. But the little guy wants I to serve Alachua County with an honest,
to know, what is he going to do
Sholtz for governor and how it Then it shifted into high. but only on their own qualifications efficient and businesslike
if he is elected ? '
let its mark on him. "Once people started taking a :. -a statement that isn't al governor administration.
"I was about 12 at the time," little notice," he said, "we be- ways borne out in the heat of "Now I'm stressing the is OF UBLICINSTRUCTION
said the state senator from gan thinking about comparisonswith campaigning-Mathews said he sues."
.Jacksonville. "Two months before the front runners, Haydon believes comparison to be right I '
election, they said it was Burns and Fred Dickinson." and proper. Mathews had begun the morn- Alachua County
all over. They said Sholtz didn't The chance for comparisoncame "Isn't that what the people are Ing with a breakfast for 51 key ':: EXPERIENCED '- CAPABLE
have a chance. first when all three ap doing?" he asked. "It is what campaign workers in the Tampaarea.
"But he won that race." peared at the same Kiwanis they should do." He explained to them how Vote for Tiny Talbot on his merits, not the demerits '
That race provided the plan meeting in MIami Mathews said The humor,he said, "is a partof he was shifting gears now in the of his opponent. He is a full time,, life time educator.
for the Mathews campaign. he began hitting hard at.what life." He added, "I've usedit final weeks of the campaign to PULL LEVER 24-A (Pd. Ady.)
From last October till the end he calls "Dickinson's phony in my law practice, and rye discussion of issues.
January, it was in,,low gear. promises" and Burns' "lack of used it in the Legislature.'Lotsof
Mathews said the work was understanding of state govern times you can illustrate a
strictly organizational."At ment"A point better with humor than ; 7r I If
that point, you're just John Mathews'. comparison anything else."



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I. ,JOHN L HAMtlSOK.rmktUbcri resident Tie Frcsl4eat u.- Sff0 lurK ftfmt1l of the most constructive ployers of 25 persons or less, ment of the House bill Intact I

| ED PAT JOHNSON.COWLES.Tic FreiUtmlM4 SOUTHBy By ARTHUR KROCKWASEITNGTON analyses of the bilLttade thus exempts what he estimated to that this position if main-

ExceaUT Eiltori W. G. BOn) far delivneu bya be 75 tained "will likely result in
I Florida's Beautiful was muuoay per cent or 80 per cent
EBERSOLE. Tie fre.Ueml ..t AvertiilBf *- As the killing the legislation."
University City' ra DtrtfUri BOB TAKTAG- RALPH McGILL Senate proceeds with the in- Northern supporter 'of its of the employers in this coun- Without rules which indis- j
E LION>w Tie rr*.Ueat *** Ctreml1. of invoking
professed principle and
I FilUier PrtM WtantofOl p1I'l1Iher tensive of the try "possibly as much as putably long delay Senate
I U. 1Iaa-.u. U. AUMU. (Ga.) Cea.Ut.ua analysis equal 25
federal compulsions per cent" of the total work voting on legislation a major-
rights bill that was rushed
THE SUN'S POLICY against racial discrimination. force. ity desires, and compels it to
t through the House, the bene- resort to cloture to end de-
1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. Rocky'sService fits to the public interest of Senator Aiken, Republicanof THE SENATOR did not givean termined filibuster. the
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In but in editorials .
only this examination
f \,! becomingmore Vermont, centered on only estimate of the number of American people would not be
I sides of
r 3. Publish all important controversial issues.
and more apparent. one of the two sections which those owners of certain pub- aware of still another grave

.-. ..:: : The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 Although it has been sever- legally exempt the disregardof lic accommodation facilities issue raised by the House
: Want Ads-376-4672 al days since Senator: Hum- this principle by very large who can legally discriminate bill. That is (A) Whether the
rJ phrey, the Democratic floor percentages of the American under the terms of the House hard won Anglo -Saxon priv-

leader of the legislation, pronounced people. He put the label of equal rights bill. But, in percectages ilege of trial by jury shouldbe
that the Southern or- "hypocrisy" on the clause in of citizens and in- denied to citizens found in
I i Vigor for the Public atorial blockade had reachedthe the "Equal employment Op- cidentally voters -, this second criminal contempt by the
i ij To GOPWASHINGTON status of "filibuster"a portunity" section that, in legalizing group also far outnumbers very judges who have made
j word with a bad name- one discrimination by em- those who fall within the the finding in enforcing com-
Three Clarence Gideon Alachua of its six counties
I years ago as one ,
compulsions of the legislation.This plusions of are v o 1 utionary
I was charged with burglary in Dade has a public defender drawing $8- is the section which change in the American social

County. As a destitute citizen, Gideon 000 a year. He is R. A. (Buzzy) Governor BELOW OLYMPUS ,Interlandi. sanctions racial selection of structure. And (B) Whether -
Nelson Rockefeller may be de- By patrons by the proprietors of the privilege of trial by
defend him. ,
had no lawyer to Green Jr., a fresh and untried.young
scribed as discouraged but determined. boarding houses who live on jury in the circumstances is to
, His own bungled defense led him man in a new,and untried job. the
He has nothing to premises and have 1 e ss be withheld when the judge
straight to Raiford State Prison- than five rooms to let. If the limits the sentence to that imposed -
lose. do
But he believes, as
the sentence, five years. Buzzy Green, from Starke, is the ( I accommodations for patronsdo on petty offenders.
many other persons, that the
not exceed four rooms, the
son of long-time politico and still-
Republican Party and the j owner is absolved from com- THAT ISSUE would net
Gideon appealed the conviction powerful ex-Congressman Lex
country have a very great pliance. This quant a t i v e fcive been projected into the
i right on up to the U.S. Supreme Green. Buzzy Green is a tender 27 deal to lose if the GOP ma- standard of "discrimination" public consciousness if the

Court. His constitutional rights years and a shiny recent graduate chinery falls into the handsof moreover in a measure Senate rules had permiUsd! .:
were violated, declared' Gideon, be- of the University of Florida law & & which makes no definition of the measure to have H9 .
cause the state did not provide a defense school. the extremists. \\I) 1'f the term, and leaves that to rammed through that body a
lawyer. These extremists, such as the Ad Hoc d e t e r m i nationof it was through the House. The
a vast new federal bureau bipartisan Senate leadership
Public Defender Green is part ofa the Birch Society and others cracy, is embodied in w h at would not have been com-

Oddly enough, he was joined by new frontier in Florida. And ten related to it, represent only a Aiken himself gave the name pelled to offer to modify the

the Attorney Generals of twenty-two months in office is hardly enough small percentage of the na of the "Mrs. Murphy" clause. absolute denial of trial by

1 states. They, too, thought a man ac- time to compile an impressive tion's population. They are, And forethought this, as of Humphrey his own Minne-with jury criminal to any contempt person adjudgedin of courton

cused of a felony was entitled to record. But we have observed him as the governor several sota constituency reminded a charge of violating a law

: legal representation. attacking the flood of "Gideon cases"in times has said, solidly behind "\ 'I Aiken, is also for the benefitof which makes no clear definition -

a manful way. Senator Barry Goldwater. The "Mrs. Olson." of illegal bias. And there .
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Gideon won. Today he is free. senator has not in any sense would have been much less ,
I repudiated them.If Goldwater IF IT HAD not been for the impact in the following coun- i
Buzzy Green is seeking reelectionto ;D.if Senate rules, the paradoxes of sel to the President by Aiken
wins the California t'
The legal principle was establish a full four-year term. He faces primarythe politically prudent discrimi- a Supporter of the professed c

ed. Accused destitute felons are entitled the voters May 5 in the first pri party machinery of that nation that have been woven principle of the measure:

to lawyers. Who is to provide mary. It must be a formidable obstacle state will not at all be in the into the text of the House "The time has come for \}
hands of the Arizona Redeemer bill would not stand clearly him (Johnson) to confer with i
them? to one so freshly embarkedon exposed to the verdict of pub- the of both
but in possession of the extreme : leadership partiesand ,
a career. But, to Public Defender -. lic opinion. Aiken would make such corrections in ,

The 1963 Florida Legislature answered Buzzy'Green, the Gainesville Sun ex- right wing. Certainlythe not have had until now, weeks the bill as will eliminate dis-

by creating 15 new state tends ,this hand of encouragement.We nation's philosophy is not after Senate discussion began, crimination and wipe out the

I posts. The official title is roman- that of persons who denounce when asked if she would vote for the candidate, to warn P r e s i dent Johnson political implications and
President Eisenhower ana and those others who are pub- tinges of which it
Secretary if nominated, subject was 'undecided' 1" hypocrisy
Defender. have
tically impressive-Public faith in his experience, of State Dulles licly committed to the enact- now contains."
however limited, and his youthful

The Eighth Judicial Circuit, with vigor. (among or others Communist) as Communists stooges.- MOROCCO'S ABANDONED AIRBASES


These see In Sena-
: persons
11 l Crevasse: Well Done tor Goldwater more of an opportunity

I to gain control of Price Peace Runs
The current political campaign, same, along with his added promiseof tie in California thanto of High

I J J replete with the usual charges and strict enforcement of state liquor nominate him for the pres

counter-charges, has not shaken our laws, a factor newly important to a idency.

\ confidence in Alachua County county which recently "went wet." This, the governor believes, Ntm dark Wiws nuclear bombers, General. Ingly wasteful way of J doing in. strategic techniques coIn-

Sheriff Joe Crevasse.He would be the beginning of ser- By C. L. SULZBERGER Norstad invited the late Sul- business. Money was disbursed cided with these changes in

Sheriff Crevasse also seeks an ious trouble for the two-party, CASABLANCA, Morocco tan to visit them. He politely with carefree abandon and political rea 11 ly. NATO'
t declined; despite their enor- shoddy planning permitted the strength had :-
has been our chief law enforce. end of County Jail confinement of system. Countries where there In terms of cost efficiencythe burgeoned; possibilities
are a multiplicity of par- great network of abandoned mous size, Morocco didn'teven collapse of a major runway opened for other ,
., I ment officer for the past nine years. the mentally ill and juveniles, and ties have always had trou- airbases in Morocco would officially acknowledgetheir while pressure diplomacy fostered bases in Spain; new weapons C!

Not only has he upgraded the sher. he wants better counseling to the un-' ble from extremist left or seem an incredible boondoggle. existence. political illfeeling.In systems ,appeared in sub

,I iff's office with trained personnel, fortunates who end up in jail. right-wing groups. To date The installations at Nou- 1950 Morocco was a stance or on drawing boards. .. ,
i the American two Sidi Slimane Boul- AMERICAN BOMBER basesin French and its History courteously rendered
I but he has kept the crime rate in party sys- asseur protectorate t
check. We are impressed with SheriffCrevasse's tem has been the nation's sta- haut and Ben Guerir were Morocco developed suddenly sovereign was never consulted the Moroccan bases unnecessary \ I
t'' bilizer, guaranteeing a courseof operational for little more out of the Korean War. in negotiations by eit her just as their tenure be-
.
: dignity as an officer, his progress and moderation. than a decade and cost a half Washington feared the Far Washington or Paris. As a re- came embarrassing. In 1959
';' Especially commendable is Sher- record as a law enforcer, his qualities billion dollars to construct Eastern battle might lead to sult, when Morocco gained full President Eisenhower prom-

f( iff Crevasse's record in dealing with as a youth leader, his activitiesas The California primary They have now been handed world conflict and, in those Independence in 1956 the ised King Mohammed V the
youth-a record which includes a citizen. could produce a result that over to a Moroccan govern- early days of NATO, the U.S. USA had no written under- U.S. would quit them by this
\, \ would make the GOP a par- ment which has about as had extremely limited possi- standing with the new govern- year.
I Ii sponsorship of a junior deputy
program of such clamorous dissen
ty
much use for them as for a bilities of delivering atomic ment acknowledging the The
and the presidency of the The Gainesville Sun commends sion as to make the Democrats to in the American long airplanes are now
il fleet of icebreakers. weapons' targets presence. idle. A waste of almost
Gainesville Boys' Club. Sheriff Crevasse to the of seem as quiet as a still And in space
voters From their conception in USSR. Morocco was un- as elsewhere Africa 50,000 with
II acres sown crack.
Alachua County. His diligence of Quaker meeting. He has done 1950 to their death last De- der French suzerainty so an emotional clamor began ing concrete beside hangarsand
E the party a service by making cember, the story of the baseIs accord was negotiated be- for the removal of foreign
t' We trust Sheriff Crevasse will the past also portends diligence of a fight of it. The results repair shops tenanted by
a mixture of crisis con- tween the Truman adminis- bases. The U.S. was in an bats and
provide four more of the the future. been pigeons. The $15
years have
damaging to both
struction and crash diplomacy. tration and the government; of awkward position because of million that was fed each year
him and the senator. Ambas- It produced charges of in- France, signed in December, its lack of tenancy rights. into the Moroccan
sador Lodge, of Viet Nam, 1950.: Building contracts were Legally speaking the U.s. economy
efficiency, wastage, congress- through salaries and disbursements .
I POTOMAC FEVER has benefited Vice President most of all. For- ional inquiries and misun- let on a cost plusfixedfeebasis. had paid the French $500 mil- has dried up. Vestigal
mer Nixon has
derstandings between the lion for properties which U.s. facilities at Kenitra,
By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau gained candidate.stature as a compromise USA, France and Morocco. In terms of cost efficiency they had no valid right to sell. where Americans linger on to

,:1 When the bases teemed withVoice cost.plus Is a distress- FORTUNATELY, changes instruct Moroccans or handle

., Defense Boss McNamara says aiding South Viet Nam doesn't necessarilymean Governor Rockefeller is dis communications with the U.s.

we'll attack in the north. Same administration strategy at home: Keep appointed, but he has nothingto L Mediterranean Fleet, are under
the south happy, but don't get the Yankees mad at you. lose. He is one of a re- Morocco's flag.

-- markable family of brothers, There is talk of
turning the
Republicans chide LBJ for swimming in the raw in the White House pool. all with ambitions to be of of the PeopleOn principal field at Nouasseurinto

H They're afraid he may win next fall by a bare majority. public service. Governor Rockefeller an international airportbut

-- has been an excellent this seems absurd. Exist
Postscript on John Glenn's withdrawal as a Senate candidate: Robert Taft, governor of New York. Pol- ing facilities
Jr., has one priceless political asset that his famous father lacked luck. itics did not come easy. He ==== The Sim's Opinion Page== any forseeable are commercial adequatefor

-- meets people well. People traffic Morocco
can
Red China calls Khrushchev "the greatest capitulationist" In his tor y. like him. But he has never Opinions end comments of Sun readers are welcome In tie Voice of the People column. Letters the famous bases expectToday appear
That's dirty world politics for you. Even a good family man isn't safe from fitted well into the machinations must be signed end beer the writers address. Names will I.. withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot only a massive monu-
the scandal-mongers. of politics.He exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used.The ment to the cold
-- Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writers meaning or war of the
Americans will travel to Europe in record numbers this summer. They want fights on. He will con- intent. fifties a latter day set of
pyramid and
grand
to take a last look at the place before DeGaulle takes it with him. tinue to campaign and expose Team Voices torial blunderbuss will be kinds.In useless.
himself to the public and to
found aimed generally in the recent
-- years, news reports
President Johnson's habit of turning out lights is proving popular. People press interviews. Senator Gold- Thanks for Help right direction in support from our Southern viewing NEVERTHELESS this barren when
figure this the first administration that knows what's watt. water has quit under fire. The gf Senator Holland. states show: cannot prospect,, ,
senator will not, he has decided Sun Knowing of Last blast cited one forget how recently ,
-- EDITOR : Monday's 1. Police dogs sicked on Ne- it served a vital No
Federal employment notes: The young girl job applicant was surprised when submit himself to pub no better way to express our honors from the Chamber of rights. one can say what might use.have

the lie detector operator asked her If she was a security risk. She didn't even lic appearances and to ques- gratitude we, the members of Commerce, NAM and the 2. The use by state police happened in the nervous worldof
'I know they; were hiring security risks this year.YOUR tioning.where He has turned the to television the Gainesville High S c hoot KKK then low and behold on of cattle prods on Negroes Korea and fledgling NATO
'
-- can help and makeupman swimming team, would like to Tuesday comes support from seeking basic human rights. had there been no strategic
not admitted. questionersare take this means of thankingMr. the Gainesville Sun! Welcome 3. A Sunday School filled bases in Morocco. The price

Bob Loehr manager of to the club, fellows. with little children, boys and paid for protection was huge

Mr. Nixon has been silent the Howard Johnson Motel for. As a liberal endorsement, girls, blown to bits. and the s p e e d dictated by
LAWSIAKERS except to urge that the South the use of the motel pool, at it is an honest effort and not 4. Murder of a Negro boy imagined urgency encouraged '.

Vietnamese army, which is no expense, for our swimming. unappreciated as a move in peacefully riding his bicycle. lamentable waste. But arma ..
Ore of the finest services a person can do himself and country politically divided and whose practice for the past ten the right direction. Like the Nazi butchers, the ments of any sort are rarely-

is to write his congressman or senators on matters of im- loyalty is uncertain, be "un- weeks. without his help, we With an endorsement 1 i k e sadists and murderers above economically productive.
portance. leashed" to invade the north. would not have had a team. this, Senator Holland need not either go free or live the lie Their purpose is to deter or

I iff' ', .' It Is difficult to have any pa- Truly his sense of civic duty fear the opposition press. of Riley for a short period in protect and the cost of deterrence ,

Congressmen and senators do not know your feelings on tience whatever with this and willingness to help us OBSERVER jafl. and protection comes; t I

'I r certain legislation unless you keep them advised' by writing view. should not go unrecognized. Like 'In Nazi Germany, the appallingly high. What was ) .

'. them. They appreciate your interest In the job they are doing Governor Scranton, himself Thank you. Bob Loehr. Racial 'Pitch'Means root of the problem Her In politicians largely untilled desert In 195$
GJLS. when the airfields
SWIMMERS
were blueprinted
in Washington. a silent man, broke his either in office or
-
silence long enough to op- 50 strongAfter Danger seeking office. These men is returning to desert

This country is YOU. S. Keep it that way. It Is YOUR dutyto pose the Nixon program of All Sun EDITOR, SUN: Some of the play on the emotions of those"permitted" in 1964 a desert now clad In-
to vote. concrete. The tangible result
"unleashing" a nonexistent ,
write YOUR
congressman and senators. stories coming out of the Ger-
fighting force. Governor Scranton The sadist and the murder ol all.the effort Is.terrifyingly
Backs Holland man Nazi trials show: '
THEIR ADDRESSES properly said it would L Intimidation of victims er, often of low LO, realizes negative.But .
'. iL mean a U. S. invasion.But by that the ruling clique of judges peace, which the Moroc
"!; EDITOR Sun: Some sort of sinking on them ferocious
Sen. Spessard L. Holland Room 421, Senate Office Building, :. ,, police and politicians will allow himto can installations helped preserve
.. when an is said and award should be in order for dogs..
Washington, D. C. "' go scott free.. is not a tangible com
-
done, it is Nelson Rockefeller the double barreled editOrialbIast 2. Use of Inhuman and cruel

Seo. George A. Smatbers, Room 4313, New Senate Office .,. who has been in there for, about, and arouad physical measures-the electric A of way restricted out of the vicious circle instead measured.the One cost must of the reckon

Building,,Washington, D. C. '. slugging to save the party Senator Holland April 20 and shock treatment. freedom, mur- war
that
from extremists sad to pro- 21st. I believe when all of 3. Smashing of living chi der trial, and feedom of the never came. This Is tht-
I Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews, ROOT *S O, w iat rtl 'fir \& the two-party system. La- the shot smoke and barrel dren's skulls on walls before murderer is to automaticallyvote true significance of the U.&

..... Ing Washington, D. C. ter on the nation will get splinters have settled down, parcel's eyes. against ,the .,politician..i bases here which ,produced 1
for "
.found to being appreciative. what of the twin ed.iI 4. Legalized murder nothing anyone-except.
all
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" :. CONSCIENCEOF COLORED NEWS tor; Virginia Hayes, chairman;

James Hill co-chairman.


: fUt5uille Suu I B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor BUSINESS There will MEETING be a business meet.

I CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS School, 9:45: ajn.; morning worship ing at the Mt Herman Baptist

Friendship Baptist Sunday 11 a.m.; B. T. U., 5:30 Church Thursday at 8 p.m. Rev.A. .
THE : L. Jordan, pastor; Mrs.
School, 9:30 a.m.; morning wor- p.m.; and evening worship

JOHN R. HAKBISOX. ?Preside ..* ship, 11 a.m.; and evening worship Communion, 6:30 p.m. Rev. L.! Elizabeth Kimbrough, reporter.

: mblUien PAT COWLES. Tic PrellI I SOUTHBy 7 p.m. Rev. D. E. White, A. Tillman, pastor; Mrs. J.
ie*t| CO JOHXSOX. Tie PresUc I pastor. Gainey, reporter. I CONTEST PLANNEDThe
:-Florida's Beautiful ma Exeeitii EdlUrj W. G.. lBffl) Pilgrim Rest Church of Christin Woman's Society of Chris
EBEKSOLE. Tic rreiMeat ATCrtUfaif *-
the Mt. Pleasant
School 10 tian Service of
Unity -Sunday NOTICE
Director BOB TA5TAOLIONE. -
: 'University City' Tic rre"14et| and CtreiU- Pulitzer RALPH Prix Winning McGILL PnblUher ajn.; and afternoon worship, There will be both chitterlingsand t-i Methodist Church is sponsoring

tloa. Mmtjti, I Of Die AtUnU. (Ga.) Coaat1t.u.a 3:30 p.m. Elder Rufus Armstrong chicken dinners sold in the a "Miss; Mt Pleasant Contest"

,L 1 t--- I THE SUN'S POLICY pastor; Mrs. Mary Hall, iningroom of the Mt. Moriah ELECTED FIRST which will terminate today,

I .....,. reporter. Baptist Church Saturday. Rev. VICE CHAIRMANThe April 29, at 8 p Jn. at the church.
i 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns.! : Rocky'sService Church of God by Faith No. 1 L. A. Tillman, pastor; Mrs. J. The six young ladies featuredare

l.i 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials .. -Sunday School, 10 ajn.; Bible Gainey, reporter. Rev. W. A. Miles, (above) : Linday Jackson, Lakay
.
I' 3. Publish all sides of, important controversial issues.' Study 12 noon; W. W. C., 5:45 I pastor of the First Baptist Paige Cassandra Spann, Faye
Church vice
elected first
was
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-S44'1 t\ p.m.; and evening worship, 7:15 chairman of the State Mission Sampson, Sabrina Woodard and

.r'I Wont Ads-376-4672 p.m. Elder J. C. McKnight, pastor R. L. Hutchinson .
reporter.Mt.
I ; Convention that was held at
Herman BaptistSun- MRS. ROSA CHILDS Ft. Lauderdale. Mrs. Bessie :M. -

i j 1 : for the Public day Communion School,,9:30 morning a.m.; Baptism worship,, Final rites WILLIAMS for Mrs. Rosa Johnson, reporter. PERSONALSThe Rev. M. M. Smith left recently -

Vigor To GOPWASHINGTON 11 ajn.; B. T. U., 5:30 p.m.; Childs Williams of Jasper, who MEETING SET for Birmingham, Ala.,
visit. Mrs. F. D. Shannon
,
died on a
April 25 following a linger.
Clarence Gideon Alachua as one of its six counties, and evening worship, 7 p.m. There will be a special meet-
j Three years ago Both Ushers' Board No. 1 and ing illness, will be held Thursday reporter.
r of the NAACP at the Mt.
1 was charged with burglary in Dade has a public defender drawing 8- Governor Choir No. 1 will serve. Visitorsare at 11 ajn. in Jasper. Inter ing Carmel Baptist Church with Miss Mary H. Thomas and
I Miss Mattie Mae James both of
As destitute citizen, Gideon 000 He is R. A. (Buzzy) welcome. Rev. Richard ment will follow in the Jones- ,
County. a a year. Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor, todayat
j Nelson Jlockef eller may be described vile at 3 in Daytona Beach, were sightseeing
had lawyer to defend him. Green Jr. fresh and untried Harrison, assistant pastor; Mrs. Cemetery p.m.
I no a young as discouraged but de- Jonesville. The body will lie 8 p.m. on the ground floor. in the University City yes
fc His own bungled defense led him man in a new and untried job t' Elizabeth Kimbrough, reporter. Support the foundation of terday.Mr. .
ermined. He has nothing to Church of God in Christ in state at the Jonesville Methodist -
I i straight to Raiford State Prison- Church before interment.Mrs. your freedom by being present. and Mrs. George H. Walker -
lose. But he believes, as do 10
Church School a.m.; morning -
five Green from Starke is the Williams is survived and son, Jim, all of New
1 the sentence, years. Buzzy by
r nany other persons, that the worship, 12 noon; Young AILING AT HOME York, N. Y., arrived here yes-
of long-time politico and still- .I her husband, Collie Williams,
son Willing Workers' Meeting .
}Republican Party and the People's The following persons are ailing -'erday on a two week visit
: Gideon appealed the conviction powerful ex-Congressman, Lex (ountry have a very great 7 p.m.; and evening wor- one sister, Mrs. Louise brothers Marshallof ) at their homes: Mrs. Ora with Mrs. Walker's relatives

: right on up to the U.S. Supreme Green, Buzzy Green is a tender 27 (lea to lose if the GOP ma- ship, 8 pjn. Bishop H. Williams,II Willie Gainesville Childs, and two Louis Childsof Lee Moore, Alexander Moore,. and friends.Mr. .

( t : Court. His constitutional rights years and a shiny recent graduate (hinery falls into the hands pastor.Mt. Jonesville.: Mrs. Idella Stinson, Mrs. Anna and Mrs. Albert Jonesof
were violated, declared Gideon, be- of the University of Florida law Pleasant Methodist -, Watts and Mrs. Risa Faircloth.Mrs. Tampa, whose visit here for
." did'not c jf the extremists. Choir No. 1 will have its rehearsal Roundtree Funeral Home of F. D. Shannon, reporter.. the past two weeks has been
cause the state provide a defense school. Jasper is in charge. Hughes &
J.
These extremists, such as tomorrow, 7:30 p.m. pleasant, left yesterday for their
lawyer. C. Rawls, president; Richard Chestnut Funeral Home will assist FAMILY WEEK home.
and others
Public Defender Green is part of 'the Birch Society Parker, organist Those who did in local arrangements. Family Week will be observ.. Mrs. Annie Fagan returned to

., Oddly enough, he was joined by a new frontier in Florida. And ten 3 related to it, represent only a not report in the rally are askedto ed at the Mt. Carmel Baptist I Gainesville yesterday from Dayton -

t the Attorney Generals of twenty-two months in office is hardly enough 'small percentage of the na please do so not later than MRS. MAMIE MANUELMrs. Church from May 4 to May 10, Ohio, where she was called

i states. They, too, thought a man ac- time to compile an impressive j tion's population. They are, the second Sunday in May. Mamie Manuel of New- from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. The sched. because of the illness of her sister -

cused of a felony was entitled to record. But we have observed him ;as the governor 'several There will be Love Feast observed berry died Monday evening, ule of subjects that will be discussed condition, Mrs. Amy was L.reported Young,as whose Ins

j limes has said, solidly behind Friday, 7:30 p.m. Rev. April 27, at her home followinga is as follows: Monday,
; legal representation. attacking the flood of "Gideon cases"in |.Senator Barry Goldwater. The W. M. Ferguson, pastor.Mt. brief illness. "The Church and Family," proving.

l :. .J i a manful way. 'senator has not In Carmel Baptist Youth :Mrs. Manuel lived in New- speaker, I. H. Caffey, assistant Mrs. Margaret F. Lovejoy and
sense
any James of Beach
son, Daytona ,
Gideon won. Today he is free. ( Forum today, 7:30 ,pjn., and berry for a great number of principal at Lincoln High

Buzzy Green is seeking re-election |]repudiated them. If Goldwaterwins also both Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 years. She was "a member of school; Tuesday, "The Family's were brief flown visit here and yesterday outing with on a

f The legal principle was established. to a full four-year term. He faces the California primarythe will have their rehearsal, 8 .the St. Paul Baptist Church, Physical Health," speaker, Miss friends.Mr. .
j party machinery of that p.m.; and there will be Teach I under the pastorage of Rev. G. Maxey, nurse Wednesday,
Accused destitute felons are en- the voters May 5 in the first pri- ; and Mrs. Other W Nealy,
'state will not at all be in the ers' Meeting tomorrow, 7 p.m., ,G. McArthor. "Are Parents Always Right?"
Who is to provide It must be formidable obstacle and teacher
titled to lawyers. mary. a ] principal respec-
hands of the Arizona Redeemer and also Business .Meeting, i 8 Funeral arrangements will be Panel, Samuel Taylor, Mrs. D.
.: them? to one so freshly embarkedon Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; announced & Chet Lavon tively of Lincoln High School,
but In possession of the extreme p.m. by Hughes Duval-Williams, Wright, attended the final rites for Mrs.Nealy's .
WI a career. But, to Public Defender Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, report-
Sandra
nut Funeral Home.CORRECTION Mrs. Wilma Hamilton,
father Rev. A. B.
right wing. Certainly I Coop.
The 1963 Florida Legislature an- Buzzy Green, the Gainesville Sun extends .. Williams and James Hayes Jr., Sr. in
the nation's philosophy is not er.LaCrosse : er, Virginia yesterday.
swered by creating 15 new state this hand of encouragement.We St. Paul Baptist Both Lincoln Junior High and I -
that of persons who denounce Sunday School, 10:30 ajn.; Bartley Temple Junior Choirs'
1 posts. The official title is romantically MEETING SCHEDULEDThe
President Eisenhower and Secretary morning services, 11 a.m. The The Baptist Brotherhood regu- will furnish music for the occa-
Home Mission of the Mt.
impressive-Public Defender. have faith in his experience,
of State Dulles sermon will be delivered by the lar monthly worship service sion. Thursday, "Marriage and Moriah Baptist Church will

'. however limited, and his. youthful (among others) as Communists pastor. The young people. will will be held at the Friendship I.Divorce," speaker, Rev. W. M. meet at the home of Mrs. Vir-

\ The Eighth Judicial Circuit, withI vigor. or Communist stooges. conduct the afternoon, 3 p.m.; Baptist Church with Rev. D. E. Ferguson, pastor of Mt. Pleas- sie Dixon, of 1313 NE 8th Ave.,

;; These in Sena- and evening worship, 7:30 p.m. White, pastor, Thursday, April ant Methodist Church; and Fri Wednesday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Ver-
see
l ; persons Rev. A. Odom, pastor; Mrs. M. 30, at 8 p.m. instead of todayas day, "The Family Social Life," sie Dixon, president; Rev. L. A.
: Crevasse: Well Done tor Goldwater more of an opportunity L. announced. William Carter .
Bryant, reporter.Mt. was previously speaker, Dr. Tillman, pastor; Mrs. J. Gain.
.. to gain control of Moriah BaptistSunday Visitors are welcome. teacher at the University of ey, reporter.
1 The current political campaign, same, along with his added promiseof me party in California thanto -_ .

replete with the usual charges and strict enforcement of state liquor nominate him for the pres. EXAMINING THE HO USE RIGHTS BILL

counter-charges, has not shaken our laws, a factor newly important to a idency. .

confidence in Alachua County county which recently "went wet." This, the governor believes,

Sheriff Joe Crevasse. would be the beginning of serious The Senate's Microscope

Sheriff Crevasse also seeks an trouble for the two-party I
Countries where there
He has been our chief law enforce end of County Jail confinement of system. .
are a multiplicity of par
ment officer for the past nine years. the mentally ill and juveniles, and ties have always had trouble 2fr ro flinft Cftmra! Senator Aiken, Republicanof equal rights bill. But, in, per- of the "Mrs. Murphy"* clause.

t Not only has he upgraded the sher he wants better counseling to the unfortunates from extremist left or, By ARTHUR KROCK Vermont, centered on only centages of citizens and incIdentally And this, as Humphrey with

iff's office with trained personnel, who end up in jail. right-wing groups. To date WASHINGTON As the one of the two sections which voters, -, this second forethought of his own Minnesota
the crime rate in the American two party system group also far outnumbers constituency reminded
he has
:: but kept Senate proceeds with the in- legally exempt the disregardof
has been the nation's stabilizer those who fall within the Aiken, is also for the benefitof
check. We are impressed with Sheriff tensive analysis of the equal this principle by very large "
guaranteeing a courseof compulsions of the legislation.This "Mrs. Olson.
of the
Crevasse's dignity as an officer, his rights bill that was rushed percentages American
progress and moderation.The through the House, the bene- people. He put the label of .is the section which IF IT HAD not been for the
commendable is Sher- record law enforcer his
as a qualities
Especially -
I bt California primary fits to the public interest of "hypocrisy" on the clause in sanctions. racial selection of Senate rules, the paradoxes of

iff Crevasse's record in dealing with as a youth leader, his activitiesas could produce a result that this examination are becomingmore the "Equal employment Op.portunity" patrons by the proprietors of politically prudent discrimination .

youth-a record which includes acitizen. would make the GOP a par- and more apparent. section that in legalizing that have been woven

sponsorship of a junior deputy pro ty of such clamorous dissension Although it has been several discrimination by employers boarding houses who live on into the text of the Housebill

) and the presidency of the The Gainesville Sun commends as to make the Demo days since Senator Hum- of 25 persons or less, the premises and have less would not stand clearly
gram crats quiet phrey, the Democratic floor exempts what he estimated to than ,five rooms to let. If the exposed to the verdict of public -
Gainesville Boys' Club. Sheriff Crevasse to the voters of seem as as a
Quaker meeting. He has done leader of the legislation, pronounced be 75 per cent or 80 per centof accommodations for patronsdo opinion. Aiken wouldnot
i Alachua County. His diligence of the employers in this country have had until now, weeks
\ the party a service by mak- that the Southern or- not exceed four rooms, the
I We trust Sheriff Crevasse will the past also portends diligence of ing a fight of it The results atorial blockade had reached and "possibly as much as owner is absolved from com after Senate discussion began,
\ of the the future. the status of "filibuster" 25 per cent" of the total work to warn President I Johnson
.. provide four more years have been damaging to both pliance. This quant a 11 v e
him and the senator. Ambassador .- word with a bad name one force. .standard of "discrimination" and those others who are pub-

Lodge, of Viet Nam, of the most constructive THE SENATOR did not givean moreover in a measure licly committed to the enact-

POTOMAC FEVER has benefited most of alL For- analyses of the bill made thus estimate of the number of which makes no definition of ment of the House bill intact

f mer Vice President Nixon has far was delivered Monday bya those owners of certain public the term, and leaves that to that this position if maintained -
gained stature as a compromise -' Northern supporter of its the Ad Hoc d e f e rm i nationof "will likely result in
I By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau candidate. professed principle of invok- accommodation facilities a vast new federal bureau- killing the legislation."

ing federal compulsions who can legally discriminateunder cracy, is embodied in w h at Without rules which indis-
Defense Boss McNamara says aiding South Viet Nam doesn't necessarily Governor Rockefeller is disappointed -. against racial discrimination. the terms of the House Aiken himself the
gave name putably long delay Senate
.'mean we'll attack in the north. Same administration strategy at home: Keep but he has nothingto

the south happy, but don't get the Yankees mad at you. lose. He is one of a remarkable ., voting desires on legislation and a major-
ity compels it to
-

Republicans chide LBJ for swimming in the raw in the White House pool.They're all with ambitions family of to brothers be of, Voice of the resort to cloture filibuster to end determined -

afraid he may win next fall by a bare majority. public service. Governor Rockefeller PeopleOn American people would not, the be

-- has been an excellent aware of still another
Postscript on John Glenn's withdrawal as a Senate candidate: Robert Taft, governor of New York. Politics issue raised by the House grave
:Jr., has one priceless political asset that his famous father lacked-luck. did not come He
easy. The Sun's Opinion bUl. That is (A) Whether the
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meets well.
people People hard won Anglo Saxon privilege -
Red China calls Khrushchev "the greatest capitulationist" in his tor .
y.That's like him. But he has never
: Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Utters of trial by jury shouldbe
dirty world politics for Even a good family isn't safe from
you. man fitted well into the machinations must bo signed and bear the writer's address. Names will bo withheld if requested. A letter should denied to citizens found in
:the seandal-mongers. of politics. not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used.The criminal contempt by the
-- Sun reserves the right to reject ear letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or who
Judges have made
Americans will travel to Europe in record numbers this summer. They wantto He fights on. He will con intent. the very finding in
enforcing com-
take a last look at the place before DeGaulle takes it with him. tinue to campaign and expose Team Voices tonal blunderbuss will be kinds.In pluslons of a revolutionary I
himself to the public and to
-- found aimed generally in the recent years, news reports change in the American social -
President Johnson's habit of turning out lights is proving popular. People press interviews. Senator Gold- Thanks for Help right direction in supportof from our Southern structure. And (B) Whether -
'figure this the first administration that knows what's watt. water has quit under fire. The Senator Holland. states show: the privilege of trial by
senator will not he has decided
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Federal employment notes: The young girl job applicant was surprised when submit himself to pub- no better way to express our honors from the Chamber of rights. be withheld when the judge

the lie detector operator asked her if she was a security risk. She didn't even lic appearances and to ques- gratitude we, the members of Commence: NAM and the 2. The use by state police limits the sentence to that imposed
tioning. He has turned to television
know they were hiring security risks this year. where the the Gainesville High School KKK then low and behold on of cattle prods on Negroes on petty offenders. .

-- can help and questionersare makeupman swimming team, would like to Tuesday comes support from seeking basic human rights. THAT ISSUE would not /

not admitted.Mr. take this means of thankingMr. the Gainesville Sun! Welcometo 3. A Sunday School filled have been projected into the t

Bob Loehr manager of the club, fellows.As with little children, boys and public consciousness if the '
Nixon has been silent the Howard Johnson Motel for. a liberal endorsement, girls, blown to bits. Senate roles had permitted !

:. YOUR LAWMAKERS except to urge that the South the use of the motel pool, at it is an honest effort and not 4. Murder of a Negro boj r the measure to have been

Vietnamese army. which is, no expense, for our swimming unappreciated as a move in peacefully riding his bicycle. rammed through that body as
I One of the finest services a person can do himself and coun- politically divided and whose. practice for the past ten the right direction. Like the Nazi butchers the it was through the House. The

fry Is to write his congressman or senators on matters of im.portance. loyalty is uncertain, be "un weeks. Without his help, we With an endorsement like sadists and murderers above bipartisan Senate leadership
leashed" to invade the north.It would not have had a team. this, Senator Holland need not either would not have been com
go free or live the life
.' to offer the
to
: is difficult to have pelled modify
any pa- Truly his sense of civic duty fear the opposition of
press. Riley for a short period In
and senators do not know tience whatever with this absolute denial of trial by
Congressmen feelings
t '._, your on ) view. and willingness to help us OBSERVER jail.Like jury to any person adjudged
: certain legislation unless yon keep them advised by writing should not go unrecognized.Thank 'Pitch'1leans in Nazi Germany the in criminal contempt of courton

: : them. They appreciate your interest In the job they are doing Governor Scranton, hImself you, Bob Loehr. Racial root of the problem lies in politicians a charge of violating a law

," in Washington. a silent man, broke his G.H.S. SWIMMERS either in office or which makes no clear definition
1
,;; silence long enough to oppose ,qAa 50 strong DangerEDITOR seeking office. These men I of illegal bias. And there .

t / This country is YOURS. Keep it that way. It Is YOUR duty the Nixon program ofUnleashing" SUN: Some of the play on the emotions of those"permitted" would have been much less
After All Sun
: i-- to write YOUR congressman and senators. .-; a nonexistent stories coming out of the German to vote. impact in the following counsel I
.. fighting force. Governor Scranton Backs Holland Nazi trials show: The sadist and the murderer to the President by Aiken

C THEIR ADDRESSES properly said it wouldmean 1. Intimidation of victims by of ten*of low I.Q., realizes a supporter of the professed f
a U. 'S. invasion. that the ruling cliqueof judges principle of the measure ,
i Sen. Spessard L. Holland, Room 421, Senate Office Building; EDITOR Sun: Some sort of sicking on them ferocious police and politicians will allow him "The time has come for ;
But, when all is said and award should be in order for dogs.
: Washington, D. C. to scott free.A him (Johnson) to confer with
: go
done it is Nelson Rockefeller the double barreled editorial 2. Use of inhuman and cruel the of
out of the vicious circle leadership both parties
Sen. George A. Smathcrs, Room 4312, New Senate Office who has been in there blast for, about, and around physical measures-the electric of way restricted freedom -. and make such corrections in .
; Banding, Washington, D. C. slugging to save the party Senator Holland April 20 and shock treatment. murder the bill as will eliminate discrimination .
trial and feedom of -
the
from extremists and to protect 21st I believe when ,all of 3. Smashing of living children's ,
and
D. R. (Billy) Matthews Room murderer is to wipe out the
Rep. 1320 automatically
Longworth Building the two-party system. Later the shot, smoke and barrel skulls on walls before
political implications and
D. C. vote the
Washington, against politician
,
: "'i" \' t'f' on the nation*'will get splinters have settled down parent's eyes. tinges of hypocrisy which ttv
around to being appreciative. what remains of the twin edi- 4. Legalized murder oall .(See VOICE on Page 5)) now contains*


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Wednesday, April 29, 1964 Gainesville Sun S
I Florida Girls ArrestedFor I
!

I Demonstration Voice of the People TAX MEANS MONEY MORE BETTER PROGRESS SPENT I I'


NEW YORK (AP) Four bail for a hearing May 6 in II II ELECT 'C' ;

Florida girls were under arrest Queens Criminal Court (Continued from Page 4)) nance as it is few Dashwood Hicks ;
I today in a crackdown on civil Court. presently paragraphs. Specificallythe privacy of the home; that.assumes -
who makes his pitch largelyon written.I ordinance states that
rights demonstrations at the so clearly that the elect- A BUSINESSMAN
World's The girls marched in a circlein the basis of race. where it and any other ordinance I
Fair. am just as dedicated, on ed or hired official knows
the rain for about
30 minutes A man who stoops so low as or code now in effect in COUNTY "
They were arrested Tuesday the other hand in favor of the better what is good for fie COMMISSIONER
before the fair's detectives
took i
to base his campaign on the the city are in conflict with i i
by Pinkerton detectives after I being ALACHUA COUNTY
them into custody. A spokesmanfor principle of adequate decent people than those people do i
warned three times they the fair said it agreed to continued subjugation and misery housing for the residents of the more stringent of the two who elected or hired the offi- DISTRICT 3 AT LARGE ..... !
be in
must the Florida permit I of a minority will proba- shall : effect. .
picketing cials.
stop this city. Why would I not
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peaceful demonstrations on bly be low enough to enrich- |Ii -Vote For Sound, Progressive Government-
'pavilion. be in favor of decent houses The Southern B i (
opening day but reserved the u i lding pd. ad*.
himself and his children at w. T. CALDWELL!
Fair officials said the
girls,
right to ban any picketing on when my profession is that of Code has been adopted as the .
of the
two whites and two. Negroes, what it considers private prop- the expense electorate. teaching future home buildershow building code of the City of I.
Watch the election
were from the Miami and Tallahassee cam-
erty. to build well and economically Gainesville and there is noth-
chapters of the Congressof paign made by individuals ? In so many words, ing, I repeat nothing,_ in the
Racial Equality. They were charged with disorderly seeking office and ask your-
my business is building. proposed ordinance that is
not
Police identified them as conduct trespassing and self, is this another Hitler dis- substandard to the Southern MEET JACK
Carol Lustgarten 19, and Sher- violating the World's Fair rules guised in silvery voice and de- Before I state my objectionsto Building Code.
ry Noyes, 21, whites and Doris against picketing.A fair official meanor willing the misery of this proposed Housing Or-
Rutledge, 20, all of Miami, and said the rule was backed by untold numbers of human be- dinance may ,I remind some Fourth, the City of Gaines-
Betty Collins 19, Tallahassee.All state law. ings to.gain his own ends, including of my colleagues at the uni- ville presently is in possessionof
gave their New York ad- The New York branch of the the enrichment of his versity of one of the cardinalsins laws that make it possibleto
dress as the Lower Eastside American Civil Liberties Union family? accepted by members of condemn property when it
Mission of Trinity Episcopalian!said it would provide a lawyer CHRISTIAN the learned profession of is necessary to do so by MATHEWS
Church.They were held in $500 I to represent the girls.7utnsuranceProbIemsT. teaching. It is that an author- due process of law. This is a
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Points ity any particular law patterned after laws else-
Against learning does not transgress where that already have been
anothers' field of learning. declared constitutional. I ques-

CALL 372-1433 Housing Rule For this reason it would not tion the proposed the constitutionality ordinance but of He has NO FREE Fireworks

Haythorne Insurance Agency EDITOR, Sun: I am ada- occur to me to attempt to then I am now out of my, fieldof No
speak with authority in the 9 Quartets
opposed to the
WE INSURE EVERYBODY mantly cur- authority.
field of art literature
or
history or -
rently proposed housing ordi- Fifth, the No
I or political science city building Inspector Bubblegum -
r nn. now has the authority
or theology.
No Blitzers
to inspect any questionable $
May I suggest that, sincewe dwelling for good and suffi-
No False
Your Vote have one of the finest faculties cient cause and at any reason- Impossible
in the United States in able time. This does not violate Promises
the Department of Building the citizens privacy.
Construction, in Civil Engi- Sixth, some of the construc-
Pr :: I neering, and in Architecture, tion standards suggested by ONLY PROVEN
for it would have been logical to this proposed ordinance are LEADERSHIPHERE
I have called upon people with so sub standard they might
such a background to assistin well be used to describe the
the preparation of an ordi- construction of a lowgradecow AT AN INFORMAL BREAKFAST
; R. D. 'Bob' JORDANALACHUA nance that is so closely related barn.
to their talents. Seventh: why not admit
that the one thing missing be- '
Now, in sharp, short sen- fore we can embark upon fed- THURS.7:30AM
tences may I suggest my ob- eral subsidies for slum clear- e
COUNTYSHERIFF jections to this proposed ordi- ance and urban renewal is a
nance? housing ordinance that will

1 First, I resent the idea that facilitate clearing out large
the city manager of this city areas of sub standard hous- at the HOLIDAY INN
be empowered to enter my ing quickly. Need I continue?

home for any purpose upon 24 have Proponents of this ordinance MATHEWS has been editorially endorsed by the St. Petersburg Times, the
hour written notice and with- proudly pointed to the
out due process of law. number of cities that have Tampa Tribune, the Tampa Times, the Miami Herald, the Clearwater San
IS A VOTE adopted such an ordinance. I
Second, I suggest that it don't know whether or not the and
would be by chance only thata ordinance to which they referis
city manager; here or any- the same as the one proposed others.WIN
where else would be qualified for Gainesville, and I WITH MATHEWS!
eTo guarantee a full-time SHERIFF to pass judgment on would be interested in the
matters pertaining to con- statistic relating to how many
struction. This office is held cities throughout the United MEET JACK'S WIFE GWEN. AT COFFEE 9:30 A.M. TO 10:45 A.M. THURSDAY
by one qualified in the field of States have refused to 3715 S.W. 6th Place
enactan
To guarantee the enforcement of city administration, not in the ordinance 'hat smacks so (Pd. Adv.)
I field of building inspection. loudly of the invasion of the
the laws Third, the proposed ordi- (
nance voids all of its provisions -
., I concerning standards of
construction within the first
To guarantee courteous treatment


to the citizens of Alachua County Admits>I Plot QUALIFICATIONS = COUNTY JUDGE

I To Kill Wife THE" ,

.To guarantee the appointment of a 1 ROCKLEDGE (AP-Vaughn) .
\ The purpose of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar Association is tot
Dobalian, 40, pleaded guilty ,' .
yes-
County Safety Officer i ; ,..;,.> '., seek to improve the administration of justice. Our canons of profes-
to of to
terday a charge plotting
sional ethics require us to concern ourselves with the qualifications of
to kill his wife.
candidates for judicial offices.

ELECTS -, His wife, Shirley, asked the t--".,,'. .
court to be lenient. Dobalianwas
fined $250, given a six- :: Pursuant to this public responsibility and in response to numerous
month suspended sentence and' ',: inquiries to members.of the legal profession the members of the Board
S BOB JORDANYOUR placed on probation for two '. ._:, of Directors of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar Association submit the
years. following information regarding the nature and extent of the duties of

the County Judge of Alachua County.
They now live with their four
children at Satellite Beach. _
n
SHERIFF A.. t
Dobalian, a former. Cape Ken- .'
PULL LEVER 20-A on VOTING DAY, MAY 5 nedy Engineer, was arrested The .6
County Judge;: ,
Dec. 28 and charged with offer- "

(Pd. Adr. ing an undercover agent $1,000 I .. ,. The County Judge is responsible for determining whether grounds
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_to kill his wife. I c.",4::: ':', .... exist for the arrest of a citizen or for the issuance of a warrant for the

----o- .'". entry and search of private property and homes.
of'
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jr The County Judge:

The County Judge must determine whether legal grounds existto

CAFETERIAS commit persons to private or public hospitals because of in-

? ( NOWIJ 1 competency.The .

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The. ._County Judge: : .

r County Judge has exclusive jurisdiction of the administration
'Xf; l of estates of decedents. The administration of guardianship estates
fiA-:; >;::>" .) f; _':: of incompetents and of minors is also under the sole direction of the
County Judge. These matters require consideration of legal principals
FULL COURSE ..- and involve many thousands of dollars.


HOURS: Z LUNCHEONS ?


11:30 LUNCH A.M..to '. The CountYJud9e., :
S 2:05 P.MDINNER

( JUST 67f' The County Judge, may decide controversies between landlordsand
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to tenants regarding possession of rented property'and. collectionof
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FACILITIES FR 6.4491Mr. AT ALL PARK LANECAFETERIAS .. ': ." f _' : "

.Meson The.x County Judge. .< -, : .

% a SECOND CUP OF COFFEE 'A"YOUR .ji\l : '< .- : :J5 ::' The"County Judge must determine the legal rights of parents
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J 1 M with regard to and control of juveniles.
custody
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These duties of the of .
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..'. upon our experience as practicing attorneys, we believe that
LOOK WHAT 67 BUYS TOMORROW AT PARK LANE -.f. .,'* the public will best be served by a County Judge trained and experienced -

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GRILLED : I
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SALISBURY STEAK C \if-.'' >'.,

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EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT BAR ASSOCIATION

Au Jus Gravy Whipped Potatoes -

String Bear Salad j Joe C. Jenkins, Jr., Chairman ,
Hot Roll& Butter ":, ': ;\ !- -'. t ... ,-

Hot Coffee or I Iced Tea COMPLETE I i :'". ",' j -: .J" ';' f ,'};) .,'.
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Help CommunityUniversity 4IJII.IP1 FULLY. COOKED -",I ,' -} C



University of Florida fraternity He told members about the! n .
men were invited to join the IFC's purpose and organization! Shank
North Florida blood bank by as well as some of the contributions -
V Lions Club District Governor fraternity men make to!,;I \
., Walter Lee Jr. at the Gaines- the community. He pointed out! Portion JJ
ville Lions Club weekly meet that fraternities provide living)!I
ing Tuesday. accommodations for more than'i !
Leedirected_ the invitation toI 1,000 men and serve over 7,400 I
j speake -Barre Benidict, president -meals a week, taking this responsibility i LB.
of the Inter-fraternity away from the uni
I) Countil (IFC)) who was the'I versity.
main speaker at the lunch. I Benidict said the fraternities
12 to 1416. 1vp
f Lee also asked Benidict to ask help the community through Super Right Fully Cooked-12 to 16 lb. avg. Grade-A-Frozen Plump Grade-A Frozen Young -

all fraternity men to sign such activities as the IFC blood 39c Turkeys . . lb. 39c
. I Hams 47c Baking Hens . lb.
$ pledges donating their eyes aft bank and the various charitiesthat Half .or Whole lb.
er death to the blind. fraternity men dollect mon 'paltnailr- tlstars :taaxl. .lllule. All Meat Cap'n John's Frozen
Super Right Center Cut Super Right
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I Benedict was introduced by ey for and support. / ;:. ....
Bill Cross, advisor to fraternities "Most people think of fraternities :: : .1.:' : ':f'X" ':': : Ham Steak .,. lb. 79c Franks . . lb Pkg 47c Perch Fillets ib. P9' 39c
at the university. Benedict, only in terms of Saturday ; .
an engineering major from night parties," Benedict s a Id. 1J1I rN. 'J ; .R' \. Mortons Frozen All Varieties Super Right Sliced Canadian Frozen Headless .

Deland, was recently elected to "They don't always seethe Oth- f : : ...... : ":" Dinners 39 Bacon . 6 49c ShrimpriItER . . : .79c.
the office. er activities." I". ::f"..)..:_ ;:'.....:::.:::"<.{:>.:: ':"':cr:'::;::" ""<'\: ::>;:::>:..,. '.:.. 11 oz. Pkgs. each C 0 z Pkg. .

Top Students in FloridaTo 1 .Em.. I I "SU ER-RIGHT" QUALITY HEAVY WESTERN BEEF


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University of Florida and,insight into the types of problems \ .I
Research Office being investigated, the
; the U. S. Army
are bringing 207 of the state's' kind of life that the research I, IS ; TOP ROUND SIRLOIN CUBED CLUB _
I ,bright high school students to worker leads, and the professional ; ...
t the campus Sunday for three requirements to prepare'
days of special science training. for such a life.
E The students were invited, From this area the group 87c 87c 81c
along with 94 teachers for the selected includes 12 students
I :First Florida Junior Symposium from Gainesville and three LB. LB. .
t in Science, Engineering and the each from Keystone Heightsand
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'Humanities.i The Symposium is Melrose.
Sliced
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and Humanities Pro- City Solves Macaroni 2 1 i-ib. Pkgs. 37c Juice . 2 qt. battles 49c Cheese 12-*. Pkg. 49c
under at 19 univer-
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The students will be guests of Bear Problem I I SOUP 3 lOSri oz. carts.I 29C Juice . 2 6-oz. cans 49c Meat. 10 31/4 0%. cans 99c
the three
during
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days of lectures by some of its CORVALLIS Ore. (AP-The I EIGHTO'CLOCK I i I Excel Vacum Packed Ann Page Krunchy or Smooth Peanut Libby Corned .
Reading scientists, engineers, city solved'the problem of how 59c Beef . 2 12.0. 99c
Wand educators. Laboratory sessions to stop complaints that three I I Mixed Nuts i***. can 69c Butter . 24 0%. jar\ cons.
will augment the program. bears in the city park were being -

The goal of the U. S. Army treated inhumanely.The I I A&P FROZEN PEAS & CARROTS OR SPECIAL! ____.___ ___

:them Research, a broad Office spectrum is to of show career The bears bears had were lived shot.in a con Lb. 43( ? = 1 1I 1I
possibilities in the various crete-lined pit 20 feet deep and, I : CUT CORN 2 Pkg. Ir I ;; PLAID t!!
.sciences. It hopes to give them 35 feet wide for six years, since
they were cubs. Some local! S1MPSWHITE
RepublicansTo citizens complained that it was I COFFEE I HOUSE. NONFAT INSTANT SPECIAL! ;1ft With this coupon and purchase of 1
cruel to make the bears live I i House &Garden Bug Killer !

Face VotersAn there.City Manager John Porter i I I I I D R Y MILK 8 Quart Size 59,1:: riot-Shot 14 JAX.-.oz...'.5-2-44 Bomb....". $1.39 Ii IiI 1I I i iI

inadvertent error in Mon- said if the bears were turned !i Coupon good through Saturday May 2 j '"

\, day's Sun identified Tuesday's loose they could not survive in I ( I \ ... J :l._..= =:JII:.;;;: i.iii.l"=..I JI
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primary. experience there. So he ordered'I I I I ,,1t ., ... .. .._.:Rt ..,
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...... Ib. 89c CLUB ( 2 LOAF : .-. [. ."_ Noodles .... 3-oz. Can 17cLa Chop Suey.. 1 1-lb. Can 37c STAMPS /i
ROUND ........ Ib. 79c STEAKS ........ Ib. 79c Choy Fleishmann's Corn Oil With tttis coupon and purchased a
T-BONE ........ Ib. 89c CUBE "', Noodles 5/2-or.! Con 29c Margarine 1-lb. Pkg. 39c white Black or Brown GriH"i
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STEAKS ... -IL 89c. / La ChoBean Maxwell House I
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Base Jelly Jane Parker Delicious al+e Only Phi f Stamps
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Prigs In this Advertisement are good through Saturday. My ..
Dell's Grade A FRYERS .... whole .... lb. 29c Apple-Raspberry 00 4 FOOD DIXIE CUPS 601 S.W. 2nd Ave. .

FREEZER MEATS, CUT, WRAPPED $1 Close Mon. Thru Wed. 1 p.m. r }
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111 I Tax Opposition Is Voiced by Governor Hopefuls I



Florida: :GovernorCampaign' I be settled in the May 26 second! Rep. Fred Karl of, Volusia of rain that 'grounded.his plane, 'with Central Florida rain, cam- He said that tourism should be
\ :By -ASSOCIATED PRESSWiUi I l primary. i iMayor I County continued to attack both took another swing at the prom-I paigned despite it through a big promoted by some agency inde-
II time last running out for Popular Theme Robert King High of:Gov. Farris Bryant and candidate -ises of candidates generally. section of the state Tuesday, pendent of both the development
impressing :the Florida voters:; Miami missed one day of campaigning -' Dickinson simultaneously.He "The candidate who goes into ending up at Webster. 'commission, which handles it

candidates for:.governor hit hard In Drive for when he went to Wash- said that Dickinson was Bry- !office on a promise of some certain I He said that the word "tour now, and of the hotel commis-
today at t he theme that they t Support ington Tuesday to testify about ant's "annotated knight" and I road improvement is han ist" is about worn out and suggested -sion, which would handle it under -
i) would be a-inn friend of the the duPont business' interests in that both were "toll twins", dicapping the entire: state road- that travelers be called ; widely discussed reorgan
1 beleaguered: taxpayer if given Florida. His headquarters in Miami where roads were concerned. building plan," he said.. ,"The,Uoutfstateisitors" instead. 'ization.ANNOUNCING .
the office. He said that natural increaseof he would end it since any said that sources in this Karl drew an apology from same is true of the candidatewho
ij "I would veto any ,major tax tax revenue would more than change must come through group of Florida ,businesseswere Dickinson at, Clearwater where promises some,.specific in-
bills in the"l965 legislature," for- make up twice over the $35 million amending the State Constitution. contributing to the ,campaigns they met Tuesday. Dickinsonhad stitution for some specific area.
mer Sen. Pred O. Dickinson of revenue loss that would result The theme of economy in government of some candidates for said earlier that Karl voted A candidate must be free and I '
I West Palm Beach said. II i was a popular one as governor. for the car tag increase but ad- fettered to build roads and in- E J II'i 's s 0s
"I would repeal the automo-t Republican candidate Charles the candidates headed into the "Theee huge contributions can mitted publicly that he had been stitutions where there is need." e s
bile tag increase, and it is hog- Holley of St. Petersburg repeated stretch drive for votes. The first only mean continued impositionof wrong. Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville -
wash that this cannot be done his stand that the homestead primary voting to reduce ranks the State's major tax burdenon Sen. John Mathews Jr. of ; who also had trouble I
without adding'more taxes" exemption from taxes should be of contenders to no more than the individual rather than Jacksonville, who had to call off I
said'Sen.., Scott Kelly of Lakeland -!,"modified" and eventually end-I!two per party comes next week. businsss and industry," High the. Pensacola part of his cam-1 1. I
... i I ed. But he didn't indicate how Where runoffs develop they will said. paign schedule Tuesday because



!\ Kynes OpposedI I Sikes Lauds Royal Wedding I: A PARTY! .


LB J ForLeadership

To Prayer BanWASHINGTON Minus RoyaltyROME .
1 > L' .
ALICkI.Friday, May .
W rl tIM: 7:00: A.M. to 1 11:00 1 P.M. .
AP-The) U. non sectarian prayer and Bible WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- CAP)Princess Irene an interview last week that
S. Supreme Court's interpretation 'reading in the public schools. ,dent Johnson's background as a of the Netherlands and Prince mother and daughter were still
of the First Amendment to : Last year, the Supreme Court member of the House and Senate Carlos of Bourbon-Arma, a pretender -'devoted and that Juliana did not:
the Constitution protects only 'ruled that such religious observances l has contributed to closer cooperation to the Spanish' throne, 'II oppose their marriage. In- WHY:
the rights and freedoms of atheists : violated the constitutional: with Congress, says were married today in a wed- formed circles in the Hague GIANDOPEMNG

Florida Atty. Gen. James i:separation of church and state.I I Rep. Bob Sikes, D-Fla. ding short on royalty and longon I said Irene's wedding gown wasa
"/ Kynes said today.In controversy. gift,from her mother.A .
i
Kynes said( the Supreme Court i Party Package Store
dean of Florida's ,
testimony prepared for de-!series of decision on religion I I Sikes, congressional Neither the bride's parents, spokesman for the Bourbon-! ,
livery to a House judiciary committee -'embarked it on "a journey into delegation, spoke at Queen Juliana and Prince Bern- Parma family said Irene and
Kynes supported a proposed a sea of conflicts without a, the Florida Chamber of Commerce's -: hard, nor the rest of Europe's Carlos would fly to Madrid after .: Gainesville's newest,biggest and
revision of the. First compass." I annual Washington dinner -' reigning monarchs attended the the wedding and later go to: WHAT' : best center for all kinds of .-:t t:

Amendment that would permitS 'To avoid this, it is my sincere Tuesday night ceremony in Rome's Basilica of the Holy Land for a honeymoon.! packaged liquors, wines, cordials, '
"President Johnson is wise In St. Mary Major. Irene's three I '
S I belief that a constitutional beers-you name it, we have it! ,. ,
the ways of government and sisters also were absent. ,
amendment is urgently needed wise in the of Congress," .75 Women (if not, we'll get It)
I The I II .which will protect and preserve ways The ceremony was performed 1
Sikes said.
Paolo Cardinal Giobbe for
:.the rights of all persons to wor-. by Not Exactly .. -
ship in their own way at school 'There is in part a new flavorhi 23 years papal nuncio in the i

:'in the public buildings and in the.i government. "I think there Netherlands.The ,
CapitolWASHINGTON j armed services or anywhere: is a better balance in govern- romance of the blonde,1 In StitchesBALTIMORE '. '
I ,else at any time and place,";I ment in that the chief executivehas 25-year-old princess and the: Super Market Self-Service
(AP) You'dthink '
j Kynes told the committee."I a more intimate knowledge thin, balding 34-year-old prince: i "
(AP-In the !!of the place which business and had been buffeted for months by: after 500,000 stitches,! a or
: reasonable solution
see no I industry in the Ameri- controversy stemming from things would be all sewed up.I: '
news from Washington: .. to redefinethe occupy re- Drive-Ire Window
.except clearly
But after
DRUG: Mistakes by the Food can economy. ligion and his position as claim-: some hemmingand ,
and Drug Administration and First Amendment and clarify ant to the throne from the Carl- ( hawing) by New York's;; always at Super Market Prices .
degree
"This has generated a new
i
withholding of information by its meaning. .by an additional ist branch of Spanish mon! World's Fair officials, there's a Ii
of confidence which offersa
I
amendment to the constitu- '
archists. possibility the Maryland Pavil-
manufacturer have been .
look toward the fu-
blamed. harmful tion such as'you are now con- reassuring Irene's conversion to the ion might not include a copy of r i
for keeping
ture, and it would be difficult i
drug ..on the market for five sidering. indeed not to envision a strong prince's Roman Catholic faith the 42-by-30-foot star-spangled I: SPECIAL OPENING DAY PRICES _
years: Kynes said the Supreme Court through the months caused a sensation in the banner which flew over Ft. Mc-I 39th Are.
economy
Food and Drug Commissioner previously recognized that re- ahead." Netherlands, whose royal family, Henry 150 years ago and in-; Friday & ,
George P. Larrick said Tues- ligion was closely identified with is traditionally Protestant.The spired Francis Scott Key to 2 DAYS '
day hat physicians attributed the history and government of Guests at the dinner, held in princess also renounced. write the words which becameour Saturday Only

a. half dozen fatal hepatitis j the United States and that the Mayflower Hotel, included her right of succession to the' national anthem.If ; -'
cases to the drug Flexin -'Americans were a religious"diplomats from most of the Latin Dutch Throne-she was next inline not, 75 Baltimore women I .,..
which",was finally suspended by I people whose institutions presupposed -I American nations. behind Princess Beatrix can rightfully say, "oh darn.", 'actually we're already open .: Suburb!*.
the FDA on Oct. 13, 1961. a ,supreme being. and publicly espoused her fu- They worked seven weeks to''I so come in for a preview.. m-
But Larrick told a House Government "The court has confused the', Why No Seeds ture husband's campaign for the make the flag especially for the i .

Operations subcommittee establishment,clause of the First vacant Spanish throne. :
'on.di safety- that sister Amendment to the extent that it I There was widespread beliefin fair.The Pavilion .
In ? Maryland opened
Pineapple Ii .
drug Paraflex- made by the' the Netherlands that the Package Store ,
i!now considers it unconstitutional -! last week without the flag: It Party
same:,company*.is: still on_ ,the Bourbon-Parma family was try-
fpr a state to make appropriate HONOLULU (AP) Pine- was too big ,for the building. '
market. ing to use the marriage to bol- ,
The.company, McNeil Laboratories provision for recognition!apples don't have seeds, and ster its claim 'in Spain. The "It should go in the United ''..,: .. '
.of Fort Washington, Pa. in ,the public schools of the the food market shopper prob- Dutch' government vetoed a big States Pavilion, and the last I 4005 N.W. 13th ST. '. 23rd Blvd. ,
j has 'been directed to make ad- very_things' which the" court its ably doesn't care one way or wedding in Holland. heard about it that is where it .
self has recognized, said the the other anyway. --U.S. 441, NORTH
The Bourbon-Parmas, who is going, said Garret O. Bill-
Paraflexnd !attorney general. But this fact has irked ,horti- live in France, chose Rome for mire, acting executive directorof II I _. :i ? '.
promptly to FDA," Larrick testified Last week,State School Supt. 'culturists in Hawaii -' one of the wedding as neutral terri the Maryland Pavilion.But I Special Orders : Invited 376-2800
Thomas D. Bailey sent statement '
a
the greatest pineapple growing tory. The Dutch governmentput a spokesman for the,U.S. .
to committee in
whichhe
He said that when, McNeil areas-for years, so the Univer- pressure on Queen Juliana Pavilion said: "I don't know
Jlexin in 1955 a also supported the proposed of Hawaii and the and her j.
submitted as sity Pineap- family not to attend to where we would put it.
drug ft)' relieve muscle spasm,I amendment to permit Bible ple Research Institute of Honolulu keep them out of Spanish poli- __ __ __nu ___
it did not relay to the FDA information reading and prayer in the have teamed up to find out tics. Irene became a virtual
; that one test patientwho schools. why the succullent, yellow pine exile from her homeland.
'used the,drug had died of apple is barren. Irene and Carlos insisted In

I hepatitis. Safety CouncilUnity i
OIL Rear Adm. Onnie P. These ALLSTATE Agents Can Help I
; SEE IT NOW !
Lattu has been appointed direc Slapped YOU Save Money On Insurance! .
tor of the 'office of oil and gas j
in the Interior Department and q TALLAHASSEE AP) Flor- r For ji i
i will assume his duties shortly. ida safety councils in major cit- 'r A Top Quality Brand OlDSMOBilE Vista-Cruiscr I
Latfu, 58, a native of Finland, ies will form a federation I -aa-. ProtectionAt I now

Is currently assistant chief for Thursday' at Orlando in an ef- tf<< I u* '
transportation and facilities of fort to more closely coordinate : +x Low Cost
the Navy's Bureau of Supply I their work. CaUf
and Accounts. He succeeds Jerome i Leaders of safety councils FR 2-8461

J. O'Brien who resigned from a dozen cities are to gather:, Charles Whitney Join B.nyo Kiss Htndtrwn
effective Jan. 1, to return to and adopt a constitution for a "Your In Good Hands With ALLSTATE"
private industry.YUGOSLAVIA. statewide federation. I FOUNDED BY SEARS HOME OFFICE SKOKIE. ILL.
: The >
Agricu1-r
.. asCi'
ture' Department plans prod d
vide Yugoslavia with more \ x.Y. -
I $M million in farm products under -1 i,
the Food for Peace pro-! =3 ;IIBURNS Is BEST For Florida -

gram. .
The announcement Tuesdaysaid j
Yugoslavia will pay $18-
i 200,000 in Yugoslav currency ii HIGHWAYS I
and the remainder in dollars i : :
over a period ranging from 3 y

to 18 years.INCOME. ',< '.;, ..... .
: The average American i

received a $77 increase in ay," THE LIFE BLOOD 'OF, ,
:
personal income last year J ?

The Commerce Department I f'l. .' .
'reported Tuesday that total personal ;t 1 FLORIDA'S INDUSTRIAL ,, < "
billionor ;
income rose $21 -; ha

5 per cent. ; \'

Pl'c hlnaHllry offa S' r GROWTH i

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Proves I

Slow Process Haydon Burns stands for the immediate full development and

CHICAGO AP) The pains- expansion of Florida's Interstate Defense Highway Program which
taking search for 12 of
peers costs Florida only ten cents on the dollar. This program will terminate xa
James R. Hoffa resumed todayin
a UJS. District Court where in 1972.

the Teamsters Union presidentand All new from the top down!
1 'r- Ii
seven codefendents are on' A vigorous program of State primary road construction must tie_ > R"
trial for fraud and conspiracy.
Defense attorneys and gov- with this Interstate System to develop a' state-wfde network that : 1I' Sized newt Shaped new! More room for the whole crew!
I
ernment prosecutors in the first will relieve congestion and permit free traffic movement through ::-:: ,' Meet Vista-Cruiser brand new family-of-wagons for wagon
two days, ot the trial have ali; 7 -- Vista-Roof whole of
:ities large and small. families. Unique gives you a new point

agreed to.seat tentatively only -, Forward-facing !third seat, standard view!Yon sit up,sngon forward,even in 3-eeat models.There's
fourprospect! a jurors. Ninetysix ; two Vista-Cruiser models, lets you
others'in 4he fiat panel of : '.' Haydon Bums recognizes that rights-of-way are a part of primary ; enter through door rather than tailgate. more room for cargo, too (over 100 cubic feet). Add a spiritednew

100 vemremen were excused for; highway construction and should_ be the responsibility of the Jetfire Rocket V-8 with up to 290 h.p.,plus a full 10-foot(

uI various<:ets"to"-preJudIc: reasons ranging. from I State rather than the City or County. p > y wheelbase to wed you to the road. That's just a sample of

Even the four now in the jury,; uc; 9, : the wagon full surprises awaiting you in the four exciting

box could still be excused by I Help elect Haydon Burns so he can provide the leadership all Vista-Cruiser models!See them at your Olds Dealer's..nose/

peremptory challenges 'from'bofh Florida needs.
sides. In two days of some-:

tildes heated wrangling the de-; GO Oms.I'IIIIE DI /

fete has used up six of its 18 I FOR Unique Vista-Roof: lets you sit up In 1ClII1S

challenges and the governmenthas :I VOTE FOR FLORIDA'S j style...increases headroom,cargo space! 'It
of its six. ,
used
one !
Judge Richard B. Austin said I BURNS NEXT :: ..........". nation tor mv secrtan OVBWOIM sum two. IrUDfJtlmlUII ii m. Ctrt.mtnll two..mulM k.mnll rmsrll"k-...- ;

another panel of 100 venlremen! HAYDON GOVERNOR

would be called up today. A I ('1.Aav,1V B & G MOTOR CO., INC. J
thud panel was waiting In the 1 Gainesville FloridaI I
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r CI\ 'Mystery Bug' Is Knocking Out Thousands in Gainesville chlorine trations probably in its normal does not concen-kill one we just could don't be water know-you borne,can't but
"
viruses. he added. isolate it, you can't see it, you
"It's not impossible that this just can't tell," said Kelly.

I By BECKY QUINN "an unknown virus,'" within gastroenteritis are stomach slight increase starting up "We just don't know where it working closely with the health I .

f .mysterious, bug believed to the last six or seven weeks. cramps, diarrhea, nausea, vom- again," said Byrne Monday. comes from it's definitely a department."We .
be responsible for the recent Yet, according to Dr.EdwardG. iting, headache and occasional viral infection of sorts, but we RE-ELECT SIDNEYMARTIN
selge of stomach cramps and diarrhea Byrne, Alachua County fever. "But it's a milder form this just can't say how people getit submit all kinds of samples -
time, limited to stomach i
mostly
w apparently can't be Isolated medical officer, occurence of ," he said. for testing and we're trying
f Severity of the symptoms va- cramps and diarrhea, not as se-
tube culture gastroenteritis has been limitedto to stay on top of this thing,
to test or
a
I! Alachua County, and particularly ries and can last anywhere from vere. City officials say that the city but we just can't find out whether -
dish.But Gainesville. two to ten days.Treatment ."How many of the current water department is taking ev- or not it can be waterborne."It's .
it's Isolated to Gainesville.
most cases are new and how many ery precaution prescribed by that
prescribed by understanding
Local medical authorities estimate my :
counties and other
Neighboring the health
was liquid diet and pain kill- are relapses you can't say, he department and reg-
that some 20,000 Gainesville parts of the state report fewif added. uarly submits samples of water Paid Advertising
residents were hit by gas- any cases, he says. ers or stomach relaxants. Authorities have not been ableto for testing by chemical engi- County Commissioner ;tt t

troenteritis, a gastrointestionalupset "They probably will get some They say there is no specific determine exactly what the neers.J. Progress With Economy ;
attributed toTht
commonly I of it though," said Byrne, "it's 'cure." cause of gastroenteritis is or R. assistant i Chairman of Board, [
bound to spread out." Kelly city .,. 1959 & 1963 4
how it is transmitted. The 1 '
"You just have to ride it gen- manager who supervises city IS
IdealReunenu6erance!
"It's like the Asian flu," he Graduate, University of i
eral belief doctors is that utilities
out, said one. among said that his office is
said. "It started in the Orient "some kind of virus" is the Florida :
I 1f For... and spread all over the world."I'' School authorities and health culprit. SS Four Yean Navy,
officials that gastroenteritis 'a World Wa/I!
"We're the origin for report Scientists that there are! EARL C. MAY ., .
say
ShutInsCREVASSE Member and Officer, Stat
reached
and we're epidemic
. ticular thing probably propor-
probably three ways viruses cane I .
exporting it now," he add- tions during the last two weeksof and Association of County
FLORIST > transmitted. They are by Commissioners
a
I 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd. ed.Local doctors the March.Dr. way of respiratory transmission, : JACK C. MAY .' Member Board of Stewards
say symptoms Samuel directorof from hand-to-mouth and by wa-
Phone FR 6.2514 reported accompanying Wright, Representing r + x Methodist Church of
j the University of Florida Infirmary x sn Y Hawthorne
ter."We
reported that more have no concrete evidence ; 9. The Equitable Life Married,Three Children
; W. H. TOWNSEND & SONS than 2,800 cases were treatedby indicating that this virusis ;a ; Assurance Society SI Member Masons,Moose,

I WHOLESALE & RETAIL the infirmary during. the connected with our water Phone FR 2-3576 I Elks,VFW American Legion
month of March. supply' Dr. Byrne told the Sun. -A M pd. adv.

y PORTIONED MEATS "It's dropped off considerablysince
then," he said. "The peakof 1
I 2316 N.W. 6th Street_ Gainesville, Fla. it came around March 17."

Clinic workers and nurses in
U.S.D.A. GRADED-GOOD AND CHOICE Gainesville public schools said'' MAY

,!+ Beef STEAKS that during the onslaught chil-
,I dren were being sent home at
I a rate of five to 15 a day.
SIRLOIN 83c STEAK. 6Sc Schools reported that attendance -
PRICES GOOD AT BOTH STORES
figures dropped sharply.

ROUND. 75c Cubed I "It really kept us busy for a THRU SAT., MAY 2nd g
I while," said Mrs. Peggy Blitch,
t T-BONE. 89c STEAK. .75c first grade teacher at J. J. Fin-
ley Elementary. "For a coupleof
I Boned & Rolled Ground. GILT EDGE STAMPS HAVE TURNED TO GOLD!
weeks there we were sending
SUNNYLAND PICNIC
ROAST 59c BEEF 31bs.1.00 10 a day home." Your Gilt Edge Stamps are still good-Turn them

Rolled Rump Rib "There seems to be some in for more valuable Gold Bond Stamps. Shoulder..LB.r


ROAST . 79c STEW. .. 2'9c : 50 FREE GOLD BOND STAMPS
I Lay-In Brings
Chuck All Meat COPELAND
FROSTY MORN SUNNYLAND OR
With this coupon and $8 worth ef groceriesCoupon

ROAST..45c STEW . 69c Violence J( : Good at 'Meade & Williams y '. HAMS2 or Whole 45

J Chuck Roast Chuck NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Thru Sot., May 2nd r"

1 I SHOULDER 43c STEAK..49c Civil rights leaders promisedmore _
demonstrations at a quick- S FRESH PORK BOSTONBUTT
ened tempo today in the wake -
PORKCenter of violence that flared when I. :
I tied traffic of I . . : ::. LB. 39'
lay-ins up on one
: Cut Frosty Morn Tennessee's busiest thorough- OUR ARIES ARE F/ll W/Il17Hf .

Pork Chops 69c HAMS 45c fares.
\ Ten demonstrators, including LYKE'S PALM RIVER SLICED
) Fla. Grade A" three white college students, IE.a liB oof ,

End Cut FRYERS..29cPork were- jailed Monday after the j BACONSHURFINE .. . ... LB. 49HENDERSON'S

I clash between demonstratorsand .. . .
Morn > -- -
\ Chops 45c Frosty club-swinging police offi- .
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: BACON. 39c. cers. All were released on bond. WHOLEFRYERS .
.'. DELL'S GRADE "A" >
Assistant Police Chief Braxton
1 Spore Duke said the. violence started

: ,PICNICS 29c RIBS,3 Ibs. $1 when a leader of the group,Les- Sugar.. . 5 LBS. 49* .. .. '..: ... LB. 29'With
ter McKennie, 23, struck him in
.
FREEZER MEATS CUT the stomach. Purchase of $5.00 Food Order : :
? McKennie was set upon by SWIFT'S PREM or ARMOUR STAR >- -
WRAPPED & FROZEN several policemen. He was taken

U.S. CHOiCE. . !Ib. 48c to a hospital and treated for q4s HENS h. LB. 39
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scalp cuts and a sprained arm,
'I' U.S. GOOD. Ib. 46c, then charged with assault and
45
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battery 'and disorderly conduct ... .-
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ARMOUR STAR, IZroz Pkg.FRANKS -
U.S. STANDARD lb. 44c and released under $500 bond. -

PRICES GOOD THRU THURSDAY McKennie denied striking ; V
SHURFINE -1
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Duke. ;-. 3 for

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q RICELAND LARGE GRAIN PAT GROUND BEEF ... .3 LBS. x,39

RICE . . 3 !bs- 390


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HORMEL- 15-ox.cans 2 for 45
GREEN PEAS PKG.10OZ.. rt

CHILI with beans 2/650 _

SPINACHBopped PKG.. 2 for 39
COFFEE POTATO io.oz.:

CHIPS BROCCOLI- chopped PKG. 2 for 450
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$I.U.WITH49c GOLD TWIN 50 WITH STAMPS FREE PAC 59 Garden Mix Vegetables 'P Wiz' 2 for 450,


WINTER BEEF, CHICKEN, for
Season-long weed control from one Atrazine spray GARDEN MEAT PIES TURKEY 5 890



:'Am/li stow tier lclae Is an 999f one-e.- And,Atrazfnr stays to p**off later
pray weed control "plan" for com that germinating weeds, right lip to harvest
ends competition from most annual Simazine for I late-germinating wet broadleaf weeds and grasses for the enSimazine SOW herbicide has character
tire season,It works efficiently and profistia that make it especially effective in $eta w es MEADE
itably, reducing or even eliminating the controlling certain weeds in com. Being AfreshPOTATOES
for and
need cultivation. promoting less soluble than Atrazine,it remains near
higher yields.Yields the soft surface for longer periods. This
boosted by earn/control makes ft useful on sandy soils and where IRISH
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If It Was a Mad, Mad (?) Brawl at Daytona Beach .1 I



By HUGH A. MULLIGAN The indigent sleep on the Even so, the arrest figures Despite his penurious ways derdale and Daytona to spend the college crowd, and the l,
V DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) beaches south of town or in the were worth writing home to sleeping a dozen in a room and I their retirement years in the youngsters sometimes rise to
I't -At the Eelghf, of the college Cops, Act Like Kids, piney woods, exist on a diet of mother about-if for no other dining at au-you-can-eat-for-a.1 off.beach motels and frequentlyfind unbelievable heights of gal.
week madness down here, when ._ beer and pretzels and dependon reason than to raise bond mon- dollar average col-I themselves thrown in with lantry. j

naked'coeds. were. being tossed Kids Act Like the girls to pay their ey. In Fort Lauderdale, where egian spends $100 during his the college set. Undoubtedly there's more
Copslandings way into dances and cook theman three years ago police used fire week's stay. This means a sev-
higherthan motel roofs on : Far from complaining, the smoke than fire during college
blankets and their boy friends occasional hot meaL hoses to cool off beer-berserk xal-million-dollar boost in the oldsters seem to find renewed week in Florida. Still, the fire I
College week, which really rioters, 84 collegians were arrested -local economy at a time when and then.
were soaring even higher on youth in watching the antics of breaks out every now !
bourbon cokes and pasion to lend encouragementto Whether the guys twisting in lasts four or five weeks depending for offenses ranging from the season has just begun to J

punches, the local police took to the chase. the funny hats were off duty on how the schools schedule public drinking to public prom- flag.At I '
patrolling the beach in funny "Cops go to hell," they cops employed by the various their vacations, annually draws iscuity. the moment, however, the STABLE & DIGNIFIED +
hats, lettered sweat shirts and chanted, as the pursuers closedin. motels or cops in neighboring -, upwards of 100,000 students The more venturesome managed Daytona Beach motel owners
madras shorts. Just when it seemed they beach towns is something of from the snow-covered cam- to thwart the public drinking seem divided on the merits of
had him cornered, he swung out a mystery, complicated by the puses of Eastern and Mid- inviting the kids back for an- Assessor's
r' Tax
The Florida fuzz further triedto ordinance by turning suntan Keep
your
over the balcony, Douglas Fair- fact that several collegianswere western colleges to the sun other
I get with the scene, or keepa lotion bottles into flasks, inject- romp. a r office operating in a stable
banks style, and lit out across caught impersonating copsin drenched beaches and suds- "This is a family resort," insisted -
little ahead of it, by making ing oranges with vodka via a and dignified manner.
thereof. beach togs.Although flecked beer parlors of Florida's needle and in H. M. Weisser, owner of
i their rounds with a beer can in hypodermic one
Police played their search- only four were reg- coastal resorts. In a spring mi- fire : the Desert Inn Motel and headof f KEEP J. PIERCESMITH
one hand and a guitar in the case, filling a extinguisher
other. The more dedicated even lights up and down the landings, istered, 11 buddies from four gration as strange and predict- with bourbon.But the Halifax Area Council, a
the way the searchlights scan different schools shared the able as the swallows coming local business group.
coaxed their sacroiliacs into
the cell blocks in a Sing Sing room, not counting the two back to Capistrano, 70,000 kids this year Daytona Beach, "We want the kids to come
the contortions of the the
frog, Carolina State who where the kids can both drive
break, and the cheering grew North men descended on Daytona Beach here and enjoy what the other
bird the and the other
dog ,! even more frantic. While the merely stowed their toiletries this year at the height of college -and drink on the beach, ran up tourists come for: the sun and (Pd. Adv.)
apopletic dances that the collegians search went on in the north there and dropped by for an occasional week and another 15,000 the more impressive arrest record the beach and the water. But if I''
do to a raucous rock an'I wing of the motel, another cher- shave and shower. went to Fort Lauderdale.Both so much so that Western they think this is a wideopentown
roll beat ry bomb suddenly exploded in These vagabonds, it was under- cities, the main rivals Union put on two extra opera- where anything goes, we'd I*
They say you can always tella the parking lot at the south end. stood, had romantic entangle for the annual spring pilgrim- tors to handle pleas for bail as soon they stayed home.
Harvard man, but you can't Back in his second-floor room, ments that kept them from taking -ages, bugeted about $15,000 to money and the local jail on a I But Baron Asher of the Safari I MY DADDY IS ADACROMATIC
tell him much. The same apparently -Dave Ferguson from Hamilton up permanent residence.The divert the visitors from ram- single night bulged with 200 unexpected Motel, which caters to the college -
goes double for a cop Tech, Hamilton, Ont., broke deep freeze in the efficiency -pant vandalism with jazz con- guests put there for of- crowd and openly solicits! MANAND
wearing a Harvard sweat shirt. the ninth case of beer he unit was well stocked certs, twist contests, hootenan- fenses ranging from vagrancyno their trade with afternoon rock
."We knew they were cops open and his buddies had consumedthat with choice steaks, contributedby nies, volleyball tournaments and ( known motel) to inciting to 'n' roll parties and musical DOES MA LOVE THAT 1 1I
right off," observed Cornell day, gazed at the ceiling visiting coeds, and an electric other pallatives. The figure does riot (rolling an officer into the combos like the Princeton Foot-
man Steve Adams. "You could where a pair of pink panties beer sign blazed with a Waterfall not include bolstering the local surf after he declined being notes and the Yale SOBSSonsof
tell by their pot bellies and the shaded the light, and gave his motif in the window. police forces with off-duty officers -tossed on a blanket). Orpheus and Bacchuspointsout
arrest books in their back pock II considered opinion of the Day- "The guy at the beer drop and reinforcements from At the height of it all, the that less than 3 out of 100
ets." tona police. gave us the sign for buying 50 other towns.In Daytona blotter boasted 1,557 kids get into trouble.
:Adams made this observation I "They're a bunch of finks," cases," explained Bill Moore- addition, the kids were en- arrests, of which 518 were for "Hell, I'm a Shriner," he
while his friend, Chuck Blank he allowed, sipping his beer. house of Wayne, Pa., who unfortunately tertained or at least curiously drinking in the streets, 266 for countered. "At our conventionswe
from the University of Illinois, "Yesterday they ran us off the had no part in the attracted by traveling church actually being drunk, 214 for have a lot more than that
was diving into the pool from beach for group singing. They transaction. He had had his wallet -groups like the All-American disorderly conduct, 115 for un- getting out of line. There'll always tli
the roof of the four-story Riviera called it unlawful assembly. Aft- stolen while hitchhiking down Caravan, which toured the lawful assembly, 109 for vagrancy be a certain number go-
Motel and while another friend, er the Sunday riot they got so from the University of Virginiaand beach at Daytona on a flatbed 20 for petty larceny (swiping ing off the deep end, who'll
I who shall be nameless, was jumpy they arrested one kid for like so many of the college truck and attempted to soft sell street signs and lifeguard drink too much and throw cher-I
tossing.a cherry bomb from the I II' waving a dead fish at a girl I week crowd, had been living off Christianity to the revelers. stands) 11 for indecent behavior ry bombs and sleep around.
third-floor balcony. The bomb know those guys tossing the the land ever since. get add two tropical blast and 8 for various sex offenses.I They do that back home. In the
I exploded at the feet of a security cherry bombs. They got it timedso Army you always had that two
\ guard who was standing in one will go off every per cent being hauled in by the
the parking lot trying to 'keep I I seven minutes. It's beautifully County Jail Is First Stop provost marshal. Most of these"
the girls:'out of the boys' rooms programmed, like an IBM com- kids are decent and clean.
and vice versa. puter. The cops will never set That they are, and, taken as
_What happened after that was them." a group, extraordinarily polite I
right out of an old James Cag- Police in a half dozen Florida For the Mental PatientThis and well behaved. Fights among &
ney prison break movie. The cities had their own opinions of them are extremely rare, despite :
shell-shocked guard clatteredup the college crowd and their a shortage of girls that ,
the iron.stairs after the culprit hands full trying to keep themin ( week, Alachaa County Caswell "ranks" all patientsas warm water."Sometimes sometimes runs as critical as a ;
Another officer and the line. Daytona police admitted pays particular attention to I to where to place them since we also use this 6 to 1 ratio. Their good manners
i night manager, approachingfrom using plainclothesmen in sports mental health problems. The the jail,has no facilities solelyfor to: make sure an inmate takes a generally show to best advantage -
opposite directions, tried shirts and slacks to patrol the following article is the first in mental patients. bath," said Caswell. in their treatment of senior f
but denied going so far a three-part series examining of for citizens who flock to Fort Lau-
toe: cut him off at the ice ma beach Average length stay a
chine. Scores of kids poured as putting them in collegiate aspects of these problems.) "When they come to us, said mental patient is three days to:
out ( their rooms on to the garb with beer cans and guitars. Caswell, "I size them up. Ifthey're three weeks. Usually a doctor:1
1 By KAREN HACK just a little confused and
examines the patient within two COURAGE ,
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able to get along, I put themin ,
or theee days after his admit I
: ONE/\UNITED SUNSHINE STATEDICKINSON Laughter and singing filled the cell block with the prisoners. tance. During the waiting
i the women's cell block of the The other prisoners help pee. J
> riod that follows, a doctor .
i c) SPEAKS TO Alachua County Jail as the inmates them to get along." not on the premises. ,

relaxed, watching the For those showing tendenciesof medical supplies and assistanceare {
bright afternoon sun dart back violence, Caswell assigns avilable from the County I r Whafs Dacramitie?

: "YOU THE PEOPLE"Tomorrow and forth among the clouds. them to one of two small hospital Health Dept. : Ifs a superb blend of Dacron and cotton yarns or I
cells, separated from the During their stay, mental patients *' all Dacron made into wonderful fabrics that go Into
One of the
women suddenly large cell blocks; that is if the housed in the cell block Premies' dress and sport shirts, knit shirts, suits, I
; burst into tears. hospital cells aren't occupied by usually fit into the daily prison sport coats and slacks, underwear and neckties. ,
.t f Night I Sara, a slender Negro servinga someone physically ill. routine. Because county jail And what does Dacromatic DO for ? (
sentence for writing worthless "If things don't work out fora I you
.. WFGA-TV Ch. 12 terms are generally short-term,
: : checks, led the sobbing womanto patient in one unit, we Just with a constant flow of new prisoners Y ,M Every garment Is easy care wash-and-wear, saves (
: 9:30 P.M.r her bed.Returning. move him somewhere else," explained there is not the intricate, you time' and work, stays fresh and crisp alf day, j
a sheds wrinkles and dirt, .
Sara whisp ere d, : Caswell. specialized activity of a state wears longer.If
I : e rPR1D "You'll all have to be quiet. Jes- For patients who are dangerous haven't tried
prison. Instead, the county rou- JCynes' record as a citizen you Dacromatic yet you're missing i{
iUD sie isn't well. even to themselves. Cas tine is more to relieve boredomand the boat. Check into them now. You'll LOVE ',ml!
and
Jessie had been placed hi the well : public official
reserves a solitary
A. jail suicide give some change of scen- reveals that he always DACROMATIC at Fremacs, where we cater to I
following
: county a "creech. The creech is a four- to the
prisoners.
DiCKinSOn s ery meets the challenge of your good appearance.
and
attempt I
< was waiting assign-: walled enclosure with stainless Mental patients don't have the with
ment to one of Florida's four steel sides. moment fidelity
Surrounding have visitors .
rules. They can ,
prison and of the '"'
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CANDIDATE for GOVERNOR state mental hospitals. For Jessie -the creech on the outside are as often as they like dur est character.courage" high vyvw: r?.yw: "r.,4.: I

I and other mental patients, steel cylinders. If a patient ing any "reasonable" hours.

...,a........ .:C'4. Pol. A4.) Alachua County Jail is an important bangs himself against the sides Mental patients eat, sleep and ORLANDO SENTINELPaid
stopoff.If of the creech, the steel cylinders pass the day with the prison-
i as in Jessie's casea absorb the shocks.
iI I private hospital is too expensivefor Last occupant of the creechwas ers."And it's unforunate, because

the patient or if an accused a young girl entering narcotic they're not prisoners," j jailer
YOU HAVEN'TREACHED ; has a history of mental illness, treatment. Following her Caswell said with a sigh. 112 W. University Gainesville
they are placed in the county; frenzied outbursts, she was (Next: The Psychiatrist) 20 Broadway Ocala
jail[ to wait for an opening atone placed In the.creech. To soothe

YQURki of the state hospitals. her violent reactions to wearingoff Dress Maker Political Advertisement, paid for by I ..
Mental patients come to the the drugs, Caswell had a Kynes Fund Ronnie Spencer. Chairman
( b jail| in various stages and degrees -hose attached over the top o f sues Barry ; ----
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TodayIn GAINESVILLE FAVORITE NOON MEAL


The Kennedy-Johnson Image HistoryBy tamatttlla's SPOT IS ".



, Johnson. He mingles. President Dwight D. Eisenhower THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
that in
By JAMES MARLO,W There was too much monotone;forcing abrupt sentence stops
Associated Press News 'Analyst not enough range, not enough every few words. It certainly And deliberately spends his.1 who had plenty to con' Today is Wednesday, April 29, -- --- ------ -- -- -

WASHINGTON (AP) President -inflection. And his gesturing shuts the door on the kind of time trying to. cern him abroad, at home was the 120th day of 1964. There "MORE PROGRESS FOR r t
Johnson has now talked contrasts Kennedy liked so, Read almost anything he much less an inspiration than a .
while emphatic was unimaginative of are 246 days left in the year.Today's YOUR TAX DOLLAR"ELECT
The true
enough to provide a reasonable : the right hand endlessly much. says. It's close up in the com- manager. same was highlight in history: i
President S. Truman
comparison with President John poking the air. j Much more than Kennedy, mon language, like this phrase who Harry On this date in 1862, United
and not a Johnson tries for inflection. But Tuesday night: "This is one was even more intensely '
F. Kennedy, only as States Marines marched into the
talker. Johnson's whole performanceis the result is seldom good. As he country, one society, and one deluged with foreign troubles. customhouse at New Orleans Dasliwood HicksA '
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different He is but }t .,
anything along in aprepared speechhe people. Roosevelt certainly provided
distinguishedfrom goes ,
.Kennedy was and took the city. The
the literary man as he would will drop his voice, almost With all this said the most important -inspiration at home, at least in over I BUSINESS MAN
the begin- had
ning of his pres- probably be the first to admit to a whisper, in such an obvious point -the common his early years and before the fallen gateway and to the the Mississippi city abandoned COUNTY COMMISSIONER t'
since he seems to pride himselfon ,effort toward solemnity that the bond between the two men-remains war consumed all America's "
idency-in fact, Analysis: by Confederate forces after the ALACHUA COUNTY
his earthiness. both of Presidents Herbert
result is disturbing.But : the attempt by energy.
from his inaugural What The Hoover and Calvin successful running of the batteries DISTRICT 3 AT LARGE a i
Coolidge
Johnson is far more downto them to provide inspirational
addres With talk he's not
,a prepared below. -Vote For Sound, Progressive Governmentfd.-
News the could hardly be said to have
earth than Kennedy ever leadership in insisting upon
byideallsm in Kennedy's classHe is far On this date A has humor, most of American life. done so. President Woodrow :
He
sslnleans was. some promise
about the po better off the cuff. In the first
in the form of and It is that this Wilson did.President.
bilities of American place, he has made a fetish of ,'ly homely I extraordinary I In 1894, Jacob Coxey led his
life. The short sentences, letting each in even corny anecdotes, although should occur in two presidentsin William K. Taft army of unemployed to Wash-
of Kennedy's wit. I succession. It hasn't happened didn't. President Theodore
same is true of Johnson.But turn'stand as a paragraph. It ,none I ington.In .
Yet, there was always a slight before in this century. Roosevelt did to extent
there is an acute difference makes for speaking but some I 1942, Hitler and Mussolinimet
in the expression of that has its drawbacks.It easy barrier between Kennedy and Perhaps because foreign an- when he wasn't thinking of at Salzburg.In A Financing Plan for
idealism. .his audience, perhaps an Intel- guish and anxieties have diminished expanding American power I 1944, 1,000 American bombers v:4.

Kennedy had a better aesthetic prevents a rounded flow 'lectual and aristocratic aloof I a bit, the two men could abroad. Behind him stretches along attacked Berlin.In : :
and development of ideas by ness. There is not a shred of think more about home. period of no inspiration. I I
sense, as his use of language 1945, troops of the U.S.

showed. It appealed not only to 7th Army entered Munich.In .

intellectuals and young peoplebut 1946, 28 Japanese leaders : JQt
to literate people of all School Board Candidates Quizzed were indicted in Tokyo as war t _

ages, for the phrases were criminals.Ten tw -: I!
memorable, sometimes elegant.In years ago-India and Red
return he got a sort of national China agreed on a course of

gratitude-judging 'from On Building Program Redistricting peaceful coexistence and a

the increasingly warm response guarantee of nonaggression _-.:: :
when he was alive and since against Tibet. _

then the pilgrimages to his The Gainesville League of fields as electronic equipment Five years ago 28 were rt _

grave-for an eloquence unmatched -Women Voters, a non partisan operation and maintenance, la- killed in the crash of a Spanish _

in the presidency since organization, submitted questions t u s t :'. ,y \ boratory technician, engineering airliner near Cuenca, Spain.

Franklin D. Roosevelt.He I prepared by its Voters : ..: technician, engine mechanicscan One year ago-Haiti agreedto 0
expressed what many felt I Service Committee to all can- be obtained. recall its police from the

but could not say and in words ,didates who face opposition in h Dominican Embassy In Port-au-
: Naturally'an exhaustive
better than perhaps most could the coming county election. study Prince and free 22 refugees
should be made first to determine
have commanded. His speeches OFFICE: Alachua County the best methods of seized there in a fight to crush
School Board District 3. Termof implementing
showed a lot of homework, Tit vocational and-or technical opposition .to Haiti President

office is four ,
sometimes too much. years compensation training to serve studentsand Duvalier.
is
$1,200 a
For sometimes they were too year. _
the needs.
?
THE CANDIDATES: county r tr
literary, too worked over, too :d Proper vocational training requires "
selfconscious, as if in trying to I Lassiter Mason, of Gaines > highly trained personnel,
ville who did not to the
make his sentences bleed he reply costly equipment and is gener- '
had drained the red corpusclesout questions; Jasper N. Joiner, of Y i oa A1',5: ally expensive. It should not -

of them, leaving more shine Gainesville. ta: Ma be designed basically for the : i ,

than substance.He mentally slow although it should ,
QUESTION:
worked one literary habitto serve a wide range of inter
Do believe that an accelerated -
death: the use of contrasts. you will be ests, abilities and age groups, NEW ASSOCIATES
building program
including adults.I .
Used carefully and sparinglythe necessary to accommodate the .
effect can be brilliant, as it increase in school A. think a junior college

was in, "Ask not what your population anticipated? If so, how would JOINER MASON should be sought only after adequate HOME FURNISHINGS
and excellent vocationaland
do for but what
country can you advise securing funds to
you creased industrialization, build- many inequities in zoning for technical training is available
you can do for your country. construct and maintain these ing of the VA Hospital and in- several schools. This has resulted I on junior and senior high
It is not an easy technique to schools? creasing size of the Universityof in needless transportat school levels.QUESTION. xI FINANCING PLAN

use since it gets monotonous ANSWER: Florida will place tremendous -'of children and many hardships -i
whop overdone and sounds like Joiner: demands for school facilities I '
for parents, students and : permits Americans to buy
young
wheels spinning.In Certainly projected increasesin that be met withan school I'
only
can personnelI What do consider to be 1
general what he.said was local population, anticipatedinflux accelerated building pro propose a detailed study of the most pressing you problems tobe all the things they need for better
much better than how he said it. of families due to in- Some schools Ihing-and save.
gram. county are school districts with the idea of solved by the School Boardin

currently overcrowded and thusa developing an equitable, stabilized the next few years and what No longer is it necessary to buy furnishings for a

Ladies need for an accelerated build- and long range districting solutions do you suggest for UTILITIES COMMISSION home at different stores and pay a high finance
Lady Bird Likes ing program is already evident. plans which will allow students these problems? charge for each purchase. Under the Associatesnew

I The Board of Public Instruction 10 attend schools as near their Joiner: JL. Law Gradual and Former Home Furnishings financing Plan, you can

must assume leadership in I own neighborhoods as practicaland The three previous questions special Assistant to borrow the total amount ahead of time avoid
Who Are Doing ThingsBy informing the public of needs which will prevent unnec- have covered some of the major U. S. Attorney multiple interest payments select your own

for additional school facilities essary shifting of students from problems to be solved by payments.
FRANCES LEWINE include many persons suggested! and the approximate cost of along one school to another. the school board in the next 24 Years of Law and And the Associates, one of America's largest

by letter writers. I range building program few: years, L e., those of ade- Progressive Public Service financing institutions, offers other "Look-Ahead
WASHINGTON (AP) Mrs. White House social secretary that will meet these needs. QUESTION: quate school financing, acceler- Borrowing" plans for any responsible person .

Lyndon B. Johnson likes to meet Bess Abell has a file of 150 sug- Board members should cooper Of the frequently s u g g e st- ated building program, district JL Cited for Fair and any personal,business or professional need.Thereare
women who are doing things.That's gested names. Mrs. Johnson ate closely with other county and ed types of schoolsvocationalhigh ing and vocational and-or technical Impartial Regulation over 600 Associates offices coasttocoast.One .
what her "womendoer"luncheons balance that is near you. We invite you to write, phone or
likes to keep a so state agencies in developing an school comprehensive high training.In UL Now Chairmanof
Serving as
all about.
are in- not all are from the same walkof adequate tax base for supporting school, technical high school, addition, however, the Florida Public Utilities visit today.
Tuesday, 17 women were life .or geographical area. a realistic school budget. and community junior college- dropout problem requires con-
these luncheons Commission
vited to,the fourth of The cross-section of women- Borrowing against future allo- which do you believe will best tinuous study to find methods of 4118D- A ASSOCIATES

which now are becomingthe doers Tuesday Included singer cations in any form includ ing meet the needs of the peopleof combatting it. Increased numbers -
subject of White House fan Marian Anderson, ballerina Ma- bond issues, should be considered Alachua County? of highly trained counselors : J.A}\ FINANCE, INC. I
interest.At .
mail and growing ria Tallchief, Kentucky Com only if other means of Joiner: available to guide studentsand Experienced1 ondroy

first, the guest lists were missioner of Commerce Kather- providing funds for the school I favor vocational and tech parents and alternate educational leadership for Florida 1321 N. Main Street GAINESVILLE....3722551V

compiled from people Mrs. ine. Peden and authoress Katharine -system fail.QUESTION. nical training in the county programs would possi-
Johnson knew or had heard Anne Porter. school system to provide a need- bly decrease the number of

about. Now, they have grown to The spotlight speaker was : ed educational challenge for a dropouts. "

Kate Tuchman, principal of Are you satisfied with the dis- large percentage of county students A well selected core of library .. H
P.S.184 in a crowded Harlem tricting of Alachua County who for various reasons books and teaching aids shouldbe I :

SEWERSINSTALLED district of New York City, who Schools? If not, what changesdo cannot anticinate a college car- budgeted _for each: new
discussed the educational problems you consider to be neces- school, so that annually allocated 5
she encounters daily. sary? eer.Every high school should of- library funds could be used :! # *
Joiner: fer some vocational subjects more effectively in completing :

I am not completely familiar such as bookkeeping, typing, library holdings necessary for *
FREE ESTIMATES Sellers OutOf with district lines for a 11 shorthand, certain shop pro- proper accreditation.Lines .
schools within the county, andI grams, vocational agricultureand of communications be- &

HospitalHOLLYWOOD have been informed that limited others required in local tween board members and all : . .::.
APBritish changes in certain district I communities. The county probably segments of the county school
( lines are being proposed to the cannot support financiallyor board must be opened so that '
SERVICE Peter Sellers will leave
actor
l current school board at timeof by enrollment more than one policy decisions can be basedon A ; .
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after three
the hospital today this writing. Personal observations outstanding technical high maximum information possi--
and one-half weeks confinement
QATORPLUMBING in the past indicate school where training in such ble. .
following a severe heart attack. -,
Sellers, 38, probably will : 7
spend three to four weeks con
valescing in his rented hillside I

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1 The Low Price of Gasoline l'I STABLE DIGNIFIEDKeep -

SELF SERVICE! *SHOE I MORE I

Petroleum prices have remained fee and flour prices, while the service station manager. Also,
stable over the past retail cost of gasoline has remained Maples added, new service stations your Tax Assessor's
SO years, stated Eugene Maples steady since 1925. often improve traffic con- iii office operating in a stable Shoe Sale
Day
e executive- secretary for the The increase in consumer ditions with better viewing and and dignified manner. May
Florida Petroleum Marketers prices is due to additional taxes lighting at corners. KEEP J. FIERCESMITH
AsSo iaU yesterday.. Maples Maples explained. Taxes "Dollar for dollar, the petroleum .
J spoke at. the Kiwanis Club have caused the price of gasoline industry gives the consumer
luncheon. to increase 55 per cent the best buy and the best !.i MISSES' AND TEENS'
Maples cited examples of since 1925.Maples service. But we need to let the I
fluctuations in milk, sugar, cof- stressed the importance public know" this through a better 1 Pd..Ad .) CANVASCASUALS
1 of a good public image for image, Maples concluded.
the petroleum industry. 'S
., Good Thing 44The petroleum industry san VOTE and ELECT
t important economic asset to
\) He Disobeyed communities. The gasoline tax The Sizes 8'/ to 12.
for 1963 amounted to over $1 12/2! to 3
MIAMI (AP) Only last million. But the industry has 57
Monday, Ronnie Michles,' a 7- failed to show the consumerits QUALIFIEDw m H Assorted Colors $1
year-old second grader, was good points," Maples added. ..... byFanou > '
OR cv$3 -
told: These good points, according I U.S. : : .
"If anyone drowns In the canal to Maples, are its stable retail II c.ay.. Vfr.
scream as loud as you can. cost, its good service, and the' MAN VALUES TO 2.95 'AllLADIES'
( Throw the rubber tube and the fact that it allows an individual w i
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in.?.. independent businessman as sNOW EARL K tA i'tr
:. I FAIRCLOTHCANDIDATE .
Ronnie and Terry Conklin, 6,
were In the canal Tuesday in a'' OPEN FLATSITALIAN AND
I 'Biz foot plastic boat when they:I 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. FOR ,
saw Debbie Tetreaut 2%, strug-' T
ALL YOUR FAVORITE
, General SANDALS
gling In the water. BRANDS Attorney
"Her head was going np and
J down in the water,"Ronnie said. '. Liquors Age 43 Born in Chiefland Levy County Public School Graduate _
"She was going out to the middle O Wines Beer University of Florida Graduate B.A. &LLB Degrees President of U.of F.
xf) the canal, so I jumped in O Student Body and Member of Blue Key Society. $24p
bands.and pulled" her to'shore with my- PAUL'SPackage FAIRNESS a DIGNITY a EFFICIENCYVote

Ronnie's fist words to his Store for Earl" Faircloth. The Qualified Candidate Sixes 4 to 10
mother were: "I hope you won't .(Pd. A y.r) ,COMPARE AT 4.1S
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.. Golf f fffl1LY Y YRuth I Discussion panel discussion on the On topic Morals vis and Rev. SetA Thaxton Spring- .
IJjOfflEflnnDw
\ Bergen-Roberts "Sex Morals and oday's field.
.
Youth," is scheduled for tonight All interested adults are Invited
at the First Methodist to attend the program at
Weimer Women's Editor Church. Panelists will be Dr. 7:30 p.m. in the Bethany Roomof

TourneyThursday Vows ExchangedLAKE I Taylor H. Kirby, Dr. Josh Da the church. -
I .:.

Coffee Honors Mrs. Kynes. ,
CITY Solemnized of the bride, was matron of

Saturday morning the weddingof honor. Bridesmaids were M Iss South Side of The,Square '. '
Miss Lucile Ann Rob e r t s Shirley Schortinghouse, Miss
and Michael Christopher Bergen Cindy Pooser, Miss Hope Hand .
Women's Golf Associations { took place at the Epiphany and Miss Hamarie Bergen, sister -

from Valdosta, Tallahassee;, Pa-, y Catholic Church of Lake C i!y. of the bridegroom.The .
latka, Ocala, Keystone Heights, Father_ James Edwards per a 11 e ndants wore sheath MAYSALE
Port Paradise at CrystalRiver formed the double ring ceremo- dresses of sea mist sata peau
Ponce de Leon at w t x' ny before an altar adorned and matching headpieces. They
St. Augustine, Ponte Ce d r a, rie with tall standards of white carried bouquets of daisies and -

Starke and Cleveland R:e 1 ghts gladioli and chrysanthemums.The pompons. .. ':'.-
Country Club at Lakeland have e bride is the daughter of Miss Vicki Willhoit, niece of -
been invited to a tournament at ; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Robarts of the bride, was flower girL She
the Gainesville Golf and Coun- Lake City, and the bridegroomis wore a yellow organza dress
try Club. Play will begin at 9 the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar and earned a lace basket. _
4 i thur C. Bergen of Miami Beach. Robert Rife of Miami Beach
,
a.m.There will be a coffee hour before ) Michael Cohen was organist, was best man. Ushers were
play starts and a luncheonat ; and Mrs. Ronald Baughn of Per- Patrick Bergen, brother of the '
noon. Prizes will be awardedat ry was soloist. bridegroom, Robert D'Amanda,
a cocktail party after the Given in marriage by her Gene Robarts, brother of the REDUCED PRICES ON
tournament has been com father, the bride wore a gownof bride. Scott Robarts, nephew of
pleted. : m silk organza and Chant i II Y the bride, was ring bearer.A .
Committees named by Ruth .A fiNS + /. lace. The skirt, featuring lace reception, given by the .
Aller, president, for this Second qi .K appliques, terminated in a circular bride's parents, followed the Dresses : : '___' ,
A n n ua 1 Gainesville Wom chapel train. Her veil of] ceremony at the Lake City
en's Golf Association Invitational ; illusion fell from a crown of Woman's Club. '
Tournament aret 4 _i 'I seed pearls. She carried a cascade After a wedding trip to south Skirts 4.':;,;: / .
Mary Stringfellow, Gwen I>.u- A ; R 6+ bouquet of white orchids Florida, the newlyweds will reside + .
laney, Evelyn Pudcett, Rachel and ivy. : at 2125 NW 7th Street, Slims -<- ,
Emmel, tournament committee; Mrs. Jack Willhoit Jr., sister Gainesville.of I
Nora Mae Scruggs, Kathryn }

Stephens, Barbara; Stephens, Mrs. Leland Hiatt, Mrs. James W. Kynes of Tallahassee and Ocala, the former Shorts ';- -.:
Libba Merrill and Jerry Jen- Miss Marjorie Hiatt of Gainesville, Mrs. Edwin W. Peck and Mrs Ned Navy ty\othersClub\ -
kins, calorie committee! ; Sunny Cannon. .
Harper, Helen Graham, Joanne Blouses '
Woodward and Brenda Thomas, Honoring Mrs. James W. Magnolia blossoms were. usedin lly: Mrs. William Shands, Mrs.
registration; Giftssie Rudder- Kynes of Ocala and Tallahassee the entrance hall where Earl Scarbourgh and Mrs. MarkW. Installation
man, Mary Parfrish and Fran- wife of the State Attorney guests were greeted by Mrs. EmmeL FridayInstallation Swim SuitsMillinery
ces Head, pr=ize committee; General who is a candidate for Finley Cannon, Mrs. Leo.Thomas Yellow stock and daisies were

Frances Mason;, Edith Eli ett, election to that office, a coffee Sr., and Mrs. Dave Fuller. used in the dining room where ceremony for new directo: for four and three
given yesterday at Receiving with the honoreewas I coffee served, while -
Martha Outen,.Carmen Powers, was morning was pink Navy Mothers Club will take terms .
Margaret Storm, Katy O'Neal, the home of Mrs. Edwin Peck. Mrs. Ben Dickens,' also of stock and pink tulips were arranged place Friday at 7:30 in year respectively.State
Mrs. Lamar Hatcher and Mrs. Tallahassee. in the p.m.
living
Grace Franklin, Jayne Hope room. Officers Honored '
and Flossie Cox, hostess com- 'James E. Cannon were co-hos- Introducing guests to the visitors Those assisting in hospitalitieswere the Naval Reserve' Training 'V'_ ) ..: Handbags
esses. were Mrs. Clifford Beas- Mrs. John C. Jennings, Center. The club met recently for a : _

Mrs. James E. Clayton, Mrs. An invitation to all Navy, covered-dish supper in the homeof -.
Larry Mims, Mrs. William M. Mrs. Miller. Jewelry"-
mittee.Brides' Marine, or Coast Guard moth-
Mrs. Madden Heads Fox, Mrs. L. R. Jordan and
ers living in the Gainesville area Mrs. Loretta Schultz, Clearwater -
Mrs. Osee Fagan. is extended to attend the install- state
commander, and Mrs.
Also Mrs. H. H. Parrish Mrs.
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ation service and to join the or- Nellie Ham of St. Petersburg
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GF&N AssociationMrs.
Coleman Brown, Mrs. Robert B.
BookFRIDAY I Sherrard, Mrs. Fred Guy, Mrs. ganization.Mrs. state organizer, were honor Lingerie: :

I Grace Madden was ation recently during its meeting Oro Winn, and Mrs. Leland Hi- Eunice Miller, will be guests. Mrs. Ham organized the
named president of the Gaines- .att. I installed as commander. Mrs. local group in May, 1954.
May 1 at the Alachua General Hos- '139
Showercomplimenting Mrs. ville Food and Nutrition Associ- pital cafeteria. I. Mrs. Kynes shared honors with I.Miller, who served as presidentin The two were presented with Briefs Reg. 200 &:2.50 & 1- .
Robert Adams Monroe III, Kynes during a reception givenin 1956, is a charter member of gifts in appreciation of their
the former! Miss Janice Yvonne I Other officers elected to serve the later afternoon at the the club and a Gold Star Moth- work in the Navy Mothers Clubsof 9939- '

Cannon, 7:30 p.m., Mrs.. CalendarOf with Mrs. Madden are: Mrs. Holiay Inn. America. Baby DOllSReg.5.95-,0.95 3 to

Bill Waial, 944 NW 33rd Avenue Ann P. Emerson vice er.Other
[ presi- I Tea Honors new officers are: Mrs. During the meeting, Mrs.

Bridesmaids. luncheon for I dent; Mrs. Helen Unser, secretary David Kite first vicecommander Schultz made a brief talk and Petti Pants 1 Reg.4.00 '
and Mrs. Marjorie Mac- Mrs. Leila Quattlebaum, sec- commended the Gainesville Club
Miss ;
Miss Sharon Elizabeth Fagan, HarrisMiss --
EventsTODAY Kenzie. and vice-commander. Ann for its outstanding work at the 2**
Petti
bride elect of John Douglas Lake City Veterans Hospital. SlipS Reg. 4.00
Paulling, adjutant Mrs. Gladys
Carolyn Harris, fiancee' ;
Rogers, 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Clay Guests for the evening were I Four' or five club mothers make .
White finance officer Mrs. Er-
of Robert Edwin Gainous ; -
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ton E., Hawk and her daughter was .
Mr. Andrew John Tem- April 29 1'9WFirst > home economics teachers and honored at a tea Saturday aft ma Waters, chaplain; Mrs. Julia -two trips each month to the hospital V2 Slips Reg. 4.00. 269

ples, Gainesville Golf and Methodist Church, ,career guidance counselors in ernoon by the b rid egro.om- Gilbert, Judge Advocate; for all-day volunteer work
Country Club. Panel Discussion, "Sex Morals the city schools. elect's mother, Mrs. Edwin Mrs. Lois Tyre and Mrs. T. R. National Convention of Navy
Rehearsal dinner honoring and Today's Youth," 7:30 Gainous, who entertained at Merritt, matrons at arms; Mrs. Mothers will be held at the Baker -
Miss Sharon Elizabeth Fagan pjn., Bethany Room. Howard Wallace, junior student her home. Mrs. T. F. Mims, Eula Tidwell, color bearer, and Hotel in Dallas August 814.
and their son, John Douglas University City BridgeClub at Gainesville High School,I grandmother of the bride Mrs. Stella Campbell, banner .

Rogers, Mr. and)Jrs...Robert, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, was guest speaker.Howard, who I groom-elect was cohostesses.Miss bearer. .
attended the first Florida Youth
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107 West 13th Terrace. Dee Ann Kuzma and
following 5pjn.
Wesley Rogers, Nutrition Conference in Tallahassee Miss Jean Gainous kept the Mrs. Alice Grussemeyer, Mrs.'
rehearsal, University THURSDAY, April 30 and was one of 10 Florida guest book.Receiving. Merritt and Mrs. Blanche Mc
In n. students the Cain will the auditing
attending National guests were Mrs. serve on .
Allemanders Square Dance
SATURDAY, May 2 k Club, 8 Howard Bish- Youthpower Conference in William R. O'Dell, Mrs. Leon committee, and Mrs. R. W. '. .. .
Wedding of Miss Sharon Junior p.m. School. Chicago, discussed his experiences Henderson and Mrs. John Kuz Whiting and Mrs. Marie Snell. ,. -- -- ---
High
Elizabeth Fagan, daughter of op at the two meetings.A grove, will serve on the board
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Mr., and Mrs. David Coffee honoring Mrs. John E. ma.Arrangements I "
Shytle of and .
palms
and John "Jack" Mathews Jr. and :Mrs. I film strip, "Take a Good ..-.... ..-. .
Fagan, Douglas yellow chrysanthemums decorated .
Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. E.Jacksonville J. Mathews 9:30 Sr., to both 10:45 of Look, concerning open in career the dietetics opportunities the mantel, and small 'l ..,:. :-: :..--:-: ...:.,--'..:-, :-
Robert Wesley Rogers, 3 p.m. field also was shown. bowls of pansies were the decorations a-
Mrs. James E. Clayton,
a.m.,
University Avenue Church of used throughout the
3715 SW Sixth Place. During the social hour
dj-rist Reception following at re- room.
the Gainesville Woman's University of Florida Golf freshments were served by Mrs. The serving table was cover- "
Club. Association, 7:30 p.m., Faculty Margaret Doyle and Mrs. Inez ed with imported cut work linen showing .
Club. ,_ Johnson, hostesses for the even- cloth, and centered with chry-
Gainesville Coin Club, 7:30 ing. santhemums and greenery. ) ,
Coffee FetesBrideElect pjn., Chamber of Comm ere e -><,
Building. 'E of h.
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Mrs. Pierre Bejano and FRIDAY, May 1- MAY SALE .

daughter, Miss Vandielou Cooper Gainesville ridge Club, 9 i ) fashions

entertained at a coffee,given a.m., Holiday Inn.
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Saturday morning at their SATURDAY, May 2 'SPECIALS ,
home. honoring Miss Glenda F
Moon, bride-elect of Barton Gainesville Junior Woman's ( / presented by the University
This is a great opportunity to stock for TkE PRIMROSE BJISlfET 1.95i
up summer
Thrasher Jr. Forty guests called Club, Presentation .Ball', : /r Inn to introduce toGainesville
during the coffee hours. 9.pan., Moose Hall. we've a great variety of styles and colors. You its beautifulnew
of small kitchen i
Corsages
Student Recital sponsored can be so smart.and so sportive too. Carriage Room.
utensils were presented to t h e by the Gainesville Mu-
honoree, her mother, Mrs. Rich- sic Teachers Association, ; Fashions will be shown

ard I. Jones, and the bride- 7:30 p.m., choral auditorium during luncheon hoursThursday
groom-elect's mother, Mrs. UF Music Building. Public in- t
Barton Thrasher.Mrs. vited.
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E. H. Seeley introduced University Newcomers FamIly DACRON-COTTON ,

guests to the line. Coffee was Picnic, 3:30 pjn., Lake Wau : ;\ 12:30 to 1:30 ,- ..... .'-'-,
served by Mrs. Judy Wrinkle. burg. SLACKS I : 17
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$7.98VALUES collection of Lenox Gifts. Mother- Twig L&L :" T
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16 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, April 29, 1964' .
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Visit. Review Compare Elect I j'Raff'
BUSINESSMAN ATTORNEY FARMER
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G'villeGovernor JIM WERSHOWCOUfSJTY I .


COAA MISSION El* .... . _
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candidate Jack Ma- I ,..,. .":, ,'i" ;::}':31a __ .
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thews will meet here tomorrow pd. adr. iI i iI :--; > {.. >- 'I \11&.; ;t"'J.::11:: .'
morning with area supporters I I lik :. '
at breakfast and a handshakingtour 1t I iI ,- Rexall if"I' i [D.

around I town. I a! .Ji$., I'1', '
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wife will be introduced at a'coffee ',.J.;(..>.f,*''r..t .,... .,'...> : >- ,j: ;" ... I '. ...-.* ':::;;4 :: "

sponsored by Mrs. James :" .- i SDA)','''>.JtPII-:3ttk':-+ ... :.. .; ,.: '; ,; 1028 N. Main St. Gainesville Shopping ,Center
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The Duval senator will meetat : w $ i. : w .. It'Ii' I I ii' \

backers 7:30 for at the breakfast Holiday with.Inn.'The his .:<. ,'. .. !: :, lM.n r/J1 i.Y-..' : tY '12 W. University-13th.Pharmacy, 1522 NW 13th St.

coffee is scheduled from 9:30 I' ,
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Mathews and his party will ._ ,Take at our up the low.36 discount month to prices.pay :, :RRrc.49t ASPIRIN I THIS SUNDAY'S ; IEXAl1 SHAVE CREAMSg
leave for Jacksonville from the Furnltura Manufacturers Sample AEROSOL I
House. South Main St. at South
Gainesville Airport at 11 a.m. Utfl St. Ko finer ,
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Northeast Florida Egg Market ", ., .t; : .: ....... 89c MOTH CRYSTALS, m.l 2 F. 90c VEr.
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large 35-39, mostly 37-33; medi- ,:;, .. ;' .'.._ __... : -== 21",16' 59c EXTENSION CORDS 2 For 60c

um 30-37, mostly 32; small 27.32, ,., .
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Hens Poultry, none.at farms: Fryers 12%, Ij j 2.98 MUlil PANOVITE-YITAMINS ( *f49c PEROXIDE/10 vol.. Medicinal, Pint 2 For SOC /BRITE SET HAiR ,

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -If
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Sports fans who like to make "tracks" should be in their jockey Willie Shoemaker's mind

glory this weekend. about his decision to switch f

,from Northern Dancer to Hill i II

The third annual state junior college meet, with the Univer- is Rise in the Kentucky Derby, it's

sity of Floria as host, is set Friay afternoon at the Gator oval. l gone.

On Saturday, both the group Class A and B events are sched- a Hill Rise, with The Shoe I

uled. aboard for only the second time,

i won his eighth straight race
a'tt Tuesday by overpowering six

lea i.y others in the $16,050 Derby Trial

Y :-the last prep for the Run for

i" Is. t ? i the Roses. Wednesday, April 29, 1964

x # e "He's 50 per cent better horse

than when he was at Keene-

land," Shoemaker said. "I believe -

this race is just what he'.
Olympics Champion
needed to get him ready for


The junior college meet is a fast-growing affair, accordingto The Alachua elementary school boy team won the Junior Olympics recent. Saturday.Despite"the powerful performance New Movie

Percy Beard, Gator coach. ly and were presented a trophy for the achievement. From left are Gene Lid. by the El Peco Ranch colt

I don, local Elks Club member; David Taylor and Allen Hitchcock, accepting in the one-mile Trial at least

Teams expected to take part include Dade Junior College trophy, from Alachua school; and Bill Irby Alachua principal. 13 horses and ,
possibly as
Pensacola, Manatee from Bradenton,'St. Petersburg, Brevard 1 many On
Co., Central Florida of Ocala, St. Leo, St. Johns of Palatka as 16, will go to the post Satur Olympics

and probably North Florida of Madison, Lake City, VolusiaCo. 'Porch' day. If 13 start, the Derby will

., Golf Cost of Pensacola. Finley's Finally offer a purse of $144,50(), with
$93,925 going to the winner.To '

Some of the state's finer high school stars of a year or two Be TelevisedThe Dangerous'By .

ago will be in action in the junior college event. 1%mile classic ,will be
Gets Taste of Home Run
Starting time for the junior college meet is 1:30 p.m. Friday televised by CBS from 4:15 p.m. JIM BECKER tator spends too much money to

while the high school events '(finals) will begin at 2 p.m. I Ito; 4:45 p.m., EST. Post time for NEW YORK (AP-This sort sit half a mile from the finish

Saturday. By MIKE RATHET and drove Frank Lary from the by Carl Yastrzemski and Stu the Derby is 4:30 p.m. of thing could put the Olympics line at the track events, every
1 Hill Rise showed all the
Associated Press Sports Writer mound. art's double. Then,' after Balti- out of business. I mean this boxer in the arena across town

Caught on the Run Finley 1, The American I Diego Segui, who walked four more scored two runs, in the strength in the Trial that he dis- new movie about the 1960 Olympics scores a one-round knockout.The .

League 0 I batters in the first two innings, 10th, reliever Stu :Miller suddenly played earlier in ruling! the in Rome. day he hocks his credit

Florida's showing in track against Auburn last weekend settled down and stopped the lost his control. West, and his performance cards for a seat at the swim.
The score won't show in to
should not be taken too seriously It must be remembered the day's baseball standings, but I Tigers on five hits for his first A walk to Chuck Schilling, Ed quickly made Shoemaker forget It could shake up Broadwayand ming pool is the one when three

UF runners had limited practice for two weeks previously due made I victory. Bressoud's single and a walk to I the colt's unimpressive' victory the ballet, too. Not to men- world records are broken on the
the entry's probably been ,
in the Forerunner at Keenelandtwo tion the movies.
to and far from condition. I : track.
exams were tip-top in the ledgers of Charles O. Fin.I Robin Roberts had a four-hit Frank Mahone filled the bases. weeks

Anyone really looking for a glamour vacation spot might! like ley, the daring Kansas City owner I shutout going for the Orioles I, Stuart proceeded to hit the first "I guess I'll ago.have to run him It's called "The Grand Olympics He gets back to an inflation-
until the Red Sox tied it in the slam of the 'in the and it has hit this
just
grand
season
to try this. It's located near Montego Bay, Jamaica. The main who's' been struck out more I back in the Derby," quipped priced hotel room too late for

residence consists of four bedrooms, four baths, enormous often than ,Dave Nicholson. ninth on a run-producing single majors. trainer Bill Finnegan. The smil- country from Italy. Don't ask dinner on both days. The next

living room, dining room, terraces; a guest house of living Finley went one up on the ing Finnegan could do little where nobody it has been since to know.1960 be-It morning his wife gets sick.That's .

room, two bedrooms, two baths, terraces, private garden; American League following the more than grumble after Hill cause seems the of
could be that all the color film story an Olympicspectator's
and staff house of six rooms, two baths. Also, tennis court, A's 5-1 victory over Detroit dt los Rise won the Forerunner.
Jn ; in have life.
) 1 r e : : labs over there Italy
swim
marine with
pool, landing dance floor. Everything furnished Tuesday night. .v "There was just nothing in been jammed with work for

including five servants: china, linens, art and antique Ed Charles provided the edge there to push him," Finnegansaid. Cleopatra the last four years. Now comes this marveloix

collection. when he christened Finley'smuch Night Game BALTIMORE BOSTON "He just loafed after he movie, in unbelievable color,
the is here
DETROIT KANSAS CITY abrhbi abrhbi Anyway, picture ,
derided "Half Pennant abrhbi abrhbi Brandt cf 6 1 2 0 Schilling 2b 4110 got the lead. If he keeps that and for two hours it catches the
Interested? The and it is .
cost is only $625 per week, $2,200 per month I Bruton If 412 Mathews cf 3110 Apariclo ss 5020 Bressoud ss 4120 very dangerous.If sight and sound of the Olympicsas
on a lease basis May 1- Nov. 30. Or about $400,000 if wantto Porch, lofting a fly in the first Lumpe 2b 4000 Charles 3b 4233 Siebern 1b 4001 Ytrze'skl If 51111 up we may never know how you've ever been to an
you Cash Ib 4011 Causey ss 3000 Powell If 4010 Malzone 3b 4100 no spectator since the daysof
that zeroed in the good he is.?
buy it Now come back down to earth. inning on new Kaline rf 3000 Gentile 1b 3111 Snyder If 111 Stuart 1b 5135 Olympics, or know anyone who Nero 'has
ly erected bleacher section at Demeter ,cf 3 0 0 0 Lau c 4000 I Orslno C 4 2 2 C Conigliaro cf 4 0 3 0 Fine Time has know that ever seen. It also
M'Auliffe ** 4 0 1 0 Colavito rf 4 0 1 0 Robinson 3b 4 01 0 Clinton rf 4000 ,you spectators adds up to a show that tops a
Kansas City's Municipal Wert 3b 4000 Reynolds K 3000 Bowens rf 4010 Tillman c 3000 Hill Rise was clocked for the I get; gouged, cheated, robbed,I
Freehan C 3 01 0 Green 2b 3010 cJohnson 0000 Lamabe p 2000 Broadway musical.
Stadium. Lary p 1000 Segul p 4111 Adair 20 5032 aJones 1110 mile in the fine time of 1:351-5 shoved around, insulted, abused

Lucky Bettor First HomerIt aBrown Rakow p 0000 1000 Miller Roberts p p 4000 1000 Radatz bWilllams p 0000 1 0001 on an off track that was listedas annoyed, and-if they happen tobe 10 Bucks?

was the first homer hit into Egan p 0000 Hall p 0000 Wilson p 0000 good. This was the colt's first, in Austria-possibly arrested.But .

the sector in'five games, and 1 bHorton Totals 32151 1000 Totals 31505 Totals 42 413 3 Heffner Totals p 37 0000 611 6 race on anything but a fast' they never see anything.Too After they've seen this thing,
out for Rakow In 6th b- a Singled for Lamabe in tth b- who's get fem to 10
duly noted with the blare a-Popped ; ; Much gonna pay
was Grounded out for Egan In tth. Grounded Into double play for Radatz in track and he handled the footing
Breaks RecordWESTBURY !of horns and an array of flash- Detroit ...... ........ 000 010 000.-1 10th; Intentionally walked for Bowensin with. ease. On the day that a poor spec- bucks to watch the preliminarygames
and Kansas City .............. 101 030 OOx-5 11th. in nine-man volleyball,
Ing green gold lights. Baltimore ....._... 100 000 001 02-4 The other 12 horses considered
Finley originally erected a E-Freehan. Wert. PO-A-Detroit Boston ...... ....... 000 OM 002 04-iE definite starters include and get gouged by a taxi driveron
24-10'1
; Kansas City 27-9. LOB-Detroit t
N.Y. (AP-One seated for payment and It was porch that brought the right-I City 7. -Tillman, YastrzemskL, PO-A-Baltimore Roman Brother, ,the little Florida GHS Runners the way home?
28-Charles, Bruton, Gentile. HR- 31-17 Boston 33-17 (1 out in 11th Instead they can follow the
lucky bettor, tentatively identified not tonight." field foul line to within 296 feet Charles. SB-Bruton, Freehan, Mathews. when winning runs scored). DP-Robin bred colt who finished second ,
Mathews. son Adair and Siebern 2; Bressoud and In AA Track camera as it follows the slap-
as a woman, won $132,232.80 .- It was near midnight when of home plate -,the same distance IP H R ER II SO Stuart; Aparicio, Adair and Siebern. LOB to Hill Rise in the Trial, of the bare
...... Baltimore slap-slap feet of the
Lary L, 0-2 41-3 7 5 4 2 1 9 Boston 4.
for,$2 at Roosevelt Raceway I Historic[ Value, driven by as at Yankee Stadium- Rakow ......... 2-31 0000 28-Stuart. Conigliaro. HR-Stuart, SB and Mr. Moonlight, who fInished Gainesville High School will Ethiopian who won the Mara-
George Sholty won the ninth and said the A's would be able Egan .. ....3 0 0 0 2 2 -Aparicio 2. Robinson.. SF_Siebern. fourth but placed
Tuesday night =- more money Segul, W, 1.2..... f 5 1 1 4 2 IP H R ER BB SO was compete in the group Class AA thon in a flood-lit run down the
and last race at $2 for $2 and to capitalize on it and succeed U-Flaherty, Carrlgan Haller, Hurley. xRoberts .......9 2 2 1 3 third through a disqualification:
than the $100,000 President the Yankees had with T-2:36. A-3.142. Miller L. M ..... 11-31 3 3 3 0 track meet Friday afternoon at ancient Appian Way, switch almost -
Johnson makes in completed the record payoff on just as Hall ............ 0 1 1 1 0 0 Others considered definite instantly to the duel in the
a year. the 751.2 combination. Rifle their short right-field line. Lamabe ........9 10 2 2 1 Northern Orlando Evans High School.
Radatz .........1 0 0 0 0 1 starters are Quadrangle, The GHS will be fav 100 meters, catch the disputed
The huge payoff came on the Ball, who finished second, also The American League said Wilson ..t...... 1-3 3 62 1 1 0 Dancer, Ishkoodah, Mr. runners
finish
at the
PKYP1ays Heffner, W, 1-1.. 3-30 0 .0 0 2 ored to Marcus Jones in swimming pool,
twin double, in which a bettor would have brought the same Finley should tear it down, citing x-Faced 1 man hi 10th. Brick, Dandy K., Royal Shuck, qualify ogle those lasses in

must couple four winners, and payoff to holders of the 7-5-1-4 the "Pennant Porch" as a I Soar Balk-Roberts.Salerno. T-3:10.. Valentine A-1,085., McKInley, Prince Davelle, Wi Rad, Extra both the high and low hurdles, the gymnastics-and yum-yum even catch

set a world record for that formof combo.An violation of baseball rules. So In Group CLEVELAND MINNESOTA Swell and The Scoundrel. Merrill Moore in the mile run, the judges in a mistake.

wagering.The accident helped set up the Finley proceeded to remodel his I Howser ss abrbbS 2010 Rollins 3b abrbb 5222 Hill Rise is expected to go to Boyd Welsch and Byron Huls- This is a movie that will get
Davalillo cf 5 1 0 Oliva rf 4220 in the vault and
bleacher section into half lander pole
TD record payoff. Chester Direct a I Wagner If 5213 Allison Ib 4132 the post for the classic Saturdayas sports fans out of the clean air
previous high payoffwas porch, which brought the right- Romano c 4333 Hall cf 5133 the 6-5 favorite. Second possibly a relay team or two.
at the head'of and back into
the
the 84692.20 won at Gulf- on top TourneyP. Smith rf 5122 Killebrew If 5 0 0 0 smokey, stuffy
stretch, momentarily went off field line in from 338 feet to the Francona Ib>> 4 0 1 0 Battey c 4011 1 choice will be the Canadian Versatile Kirk Sutton also is expected theaters again.
stream Park in Florida, just a Alvls 3b 5000 Versalles ss 5030
week Mrs. Helen Mc- stride. He swerved, causing legal 325 limit Then he waited I Held 2b 4110 Allen 2b 4100 hopeful, Northern Dancer whose to qualify for individual It's hard to find fault with It.They've .

Grady,ago a housewife, by of West Hollywood both Fedor Herbert and Deni- for the A's to start hitting home K. Yonge's baseball team. McMahon Donovan p p 0000 2000 Roland Perry p p 3110 0000 probable odds are 31. events. even left Cassius Clay

son to fall and throw their drive will go after group tourney Seyfried p 0000 bMlncher 1000 out.
Fla. ers.Elsewhere aBrown
Dick Stuart'sgrandslam laurels this week when it 1000 Dailey p 0000
ers, Bud Gilmour and John playsat Abernathy p 0 0 0 0 dGreer 0100
homer ,in the 11th Crystal River tomorrow afternoon cChance 1000 Major
Nick Grande, vice presidentat Chapman, to the track. 0000
Roosevelt, a harness racing Historic Value seemingly out inning gave Boston a 6-4 victoryover gainst the home nine. Totals 3* 9 Totals 40 t IS Ia STANDINGS Major
-Struck out for Seyfreid In 7th; -Hit
track, made the tentative identification of contention, was steered wide Baltimore, Jimmie Hall] Game time is 2 p.m. Into double play for Perry In 7th; c- League

of the winner as a out of trouble and paced on to singled with the bases loaded in In 4 tomorrow Grounded Walked for out Dailey for Abernathy In 10th. in Ith; d-
a fray
woman. victory. the 10th as Minnesota outlasted pjn. Cleveland .............eoo 20t 401 0-4 NATIONAL LEAGUEW. AMERICAN LEAGUE I League
Not Tonight"I Cleveland 9-8 and the Los Ang- Dunnellon will take on Jen- Minnesota ...........300 OZ2 001 1_-IE I L Pet. C.B. W. L Pet. G.B.
Chapman suffered a broken Philadelphia I 2 .800 Cleveland 5 3 .625 -
ticket'seh. eles Washington nings. -Romano. PO-A-Cleveland 28-, (one San Francisco 7 3.700 1 Minnesota 7 S J9 -I
talked to the Angels edged
out ,
right shoulder and Gilmour a when winning run scored) Min 7 5 J83 2 Chicago I 4 .554 % LeadersNational
ers," Grande said. "They are twisted shoulder. Oddly, they 2-1 behind the relief pitching of Winners of the games, tomorrow cons nesota; >Davalillo>-15. :DP-Held, Abernathy, Howser and and An/is.Fran- Milwaukee'Pittsburgh 7 5.583 2 Detroit 6 5 .545 \'Ii

positive the winner was a woman both won previous races in the Don Lee and Dean Chance. I I will play at 3:30 p.m. Friday LOB-Cleveland 2B-Romano, 6. Minnesota 12. I St.Cincinnati Louis 6 7583 6.500 3 2V* New Baltimore York 5 445001 5 .500 1

on the third floor of the The Chicago New York for the group crown and I Smith, Rollins Wagner Allison., Romano Versalles.2, HR-HalL ,Houston t .0.421 4 Washington 4 7 Ml 1% LeagueBATI'lNG
5 J37 S Boston S 4 .4SS 1V4
Los Angeles
grandstand. We won't know for TD.Gilmour won the sixth race Yankees' game was rained out.; the right to advance to the regional IP H R ER II SO New York 2 f .112 6th Los Angeles S 7 .417 2 (25 at bats-Mays) ,

certain until the ticket is pre- with Sonnie Jim Abbe at $52.60to Doubled, Singled meet the following week. ,Donovan ..........,-3. 5 5 1 1 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Kansas YESTERDAY'S City RESULTS 3 4 J75 2 San Francisco, .474; Allen, Phil
McMahon .......1 1-3 2 2 2 2 2
," start the TD. Tony Abbatiello Charles not only christenedFinley's Seyfreld .._..... 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 St. Louis I, New York 0 Boston 6. Baltimore 4. 11 innings adelphia, .442.
Starting Lineup Abernathy ....1 1 0 0 2 0 Milwaukee 9, Pittsburgh 5 Minnesota 9, Cleveland, 10 Innings
took the seventh with Shady porch but also doubled Bell, L, 0-1 ..?.....21-33 2 2 3 2 Philadelphia 4, Cincinnati S Kansas City 5, Detroit 1 RUNS Mays, San Francisco,
Joe Pelt home in the third and Roland ... .....6 2-3 6 5 5 4 6 Los Angeles X Houston 1 Los Angeles 2. Washington 1 17 Allen Philadelphia 11.
Maid at $22.90, then Chapmanwon a run Coch Wilbur Hoskins probably -Perry .. -..... 1-3 1 1 1 0 1 San Francisco at Chicago rain Chicago rain' ; ,
the eighth with Meadow singled across a run in the fifthas will use a lineup of Rusty Dailey, W 1.1 ....3 2 2 2 1 1 TODAY'S GAMES TODAY GAMES RUNS BATTED IN Mays,
HBP-By Dailey (Howser). WP-McMahon -'Los Angeles at Houston, N Chicago at New York
Hart at $11.70. the A's struck for three runs Marcus, catching; Tom Hansen BelL PB-Battey. U-Napp. Rice New York at St. Louis, N gBalttmore at Boston San Francisco, 18; Howard. Los
New CoachJoe .Pittsburgh at Milwaukee, N Cleveland at Minnesota
Stewart, Stevens. T-3:16. A-4,30.
first base: Ricky Waglow.. second Night Game I San Francisco at ChicagoPhiladelphia Washington at Los Angeles N Angeles; Allen, Philadelphia,
base; George Solley, shortstop I WASHINGTON abrhbi LOS ANGELES abrhbi TOMORROW'S at Cincinnati GAMESLos N Detroit TOMORROWS at Kansas City,GAMES N and Clemente, Pittsburgh, 11.

Pelt has taken over FORD PITCHING ; Danny Dennison, third Zimmer 3b 4 0 0 0 Pearson d 5120 Angeles at Houston N Detroit at Kansas City HITS-Clemente, Pittsburgh,
Philadelphia at Cincinnati. N
coaching duties of the Boy s' base; and Cy Lott, John Wieg- Valentine Blasame 2b H 4 4 01 0 0 0 0 Moran Fregosi 3b ss 5020 3110 Pittsburgh at MilwaukeeSan Cleveland Chicago at at New Minnesota York 21; Allen, Philadelphia, 19.

Club baseball team in the Central man and Robert Stearns in Skowron dKennedy Ib 4020 0000 Koppe Adcock K Ib 1010 301 Francisco at Chicago Only games scheduled. DOUBLESStargell, Pittsburgh

Florida League. He replaces the outfield. King rf 4010 Rodgers c 4011 6; Maye, Milwaukee,
Bob who has moved to AND COACHING Lock cf 3110 Thomas rf 3021 Southern
Sapp 2bs 4000Brtnkman Intercollegiate and Clemente 5.
Tommy Stalnaker, Wave cen- Brumley c 4 0 1 1 Knoop Pittsburgh,
Cocoa. Last Gainesville' ss 3 0 0 0 Piersad If 4010
year ter fielder, has been lost for the Osteen p 1000 Latman p 2000 TRIPES-Santo, Chicago, 3;
won the state championship.Pelt I Hannan p 0000D. Lee P 2010 SEC Start Fox and Grote Houston Tra-
I remainder of the season. The aRetzer 1010 Chance p 0000 Tourneys TodayATHENS ;
NEW YORK (AP) Whitey, one and having no decision in bBouldtn 0000
plant superintendent for fleet flychaser and standout hitter I cewski, Los Angeles, and Allen,
American Oil, has been activein the coach, said to Whitey, the the other. broke an ankle sliding into Cheney ePhillips p 0000 1000 Ga. -The 27th team title. Bobby Greenwood, of: Philadelphia 2. ,

recent months as a volunteer I pitcher: What has been the result? Has third base in the game against I Duckworth Totals p 33171 0110 Totals M 212 2, annual Southern Intercollegiategolf I North Texas State, is not backto 1 HOME RUNS Mays, San

worker at the Boys' Club. He I 1 "How do you feel, Whitey?" it been awkward? Does he? Is feel he] Santa Fe last week. I for a-Retzer Singled In for 5th Hannan Grounded in 5th out b-Ran for'i tournament starts here witha defend his SIC individualcrown. Francisco, 7; Howard, Los An-

lives at 2016 NE 15th Terrace "Fine," replied Whitey, the inclined any greater to yank responsiblity himself more Hoskins plans to start Rob Cheney In 7th; d-Ran for Skowron In,, record field of 185 entered. geles, 6.STOLEN.
I
with his wife Connie and three Hansen on the mound tomorrow 1 has two I BASES-Wffls Los
pitcher. "I'm strong. I can goa Washington ooa 01* MO-tLa Georgia returnees ,
children. few more innings." quickly now that his?the decision is against Crystal River. *._Angelas. ..::::::::::: Ill 101 sox I Georgia golf coach Howell T. back from its 1963 SEC team I Angeles, 6; W. Davis, Los An-
almost soley Brinkman. PO-A-Washington 24-3, Hollis, tournament director
The Boys' Club team will I "Okay," said Whitey, the "I haven't let it bug me yet, Los Angeles. 27-14. DP-Rodgers andKnoop. since 1946, says 32 schools have championship quartet: Captain geles, 3.
LOB Los Angeles
host Pinellas Park at 10:30 coach. "We'll see." but it may before the season.is Lex WoodWins : ,. -Washington 6. representatives in the tournament Jimmy Allen, senior of Athens,' American League
2B-Brumley, Skowron. SF-Adcock.IP and Jack Oliver, junior of Val-
ajn. Saturday in its next When Whitey Ford, the New over, the blond Long Islander H R ERBBSO and that 29 schools have
York Yankees' ace left-handed said today as the Yankees xOsteen U M 3 7 2 2 0Hannan 2 dosta. Last year Oliver won the' BATTING (25 at bats) Romano
game. 0 1/ 1 full teams entered.- Last
pitcher, starts mumbling to himself awaited their Stadium meetingwith AgainMIAMI Cheney 2 1 hill 1 there year SEC individual title after a play- Cleveland, .419; Fregosi,
record
was a of 162
out the mound White Sox. Duckworth 2 entry off with teammate Ga- A04.RUNSFregosl .
on it's not the Chicago Latman 4 1 1 1 2 Jimmy Los Angeles,
FSL Games necessary to summon the men "I have always been honest I' D. Let W, 14 ice 3 0 2 individuals and 26 teams, both brielsen, and Allen was third. Los Angeles,
The Miami Hurricanes -Chance t a a 0 1 1 being this
Rained OutBy in the white coats. with the managers Casey made their season's rec- >-.Faced 1 man in 4th. surpassed "-year. Outstanding teams entered 13; Oliva, Minnesota, 11.

It's a soliloquy not a dialogue Stengel, then Ralph Houk and ord 14-1 by beating Florida State Umont WP Duckworth Drvmmond,2.Di PB Mure-Brumley.Paparella.T U-. The annual Southeastern Con- include North Texas State, Wake RUNS BATTED INStuart,

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS when the Yankees' pitching now Yogi Berra. When I started 7-2, but Lex Wood continued his 1 -2:43. A.2.211Women ference tournament held sim- Forest, Florida State, Memphis Boston, 12; Wagner and Romano

For the first time since the coach starts checking up on the getting tired or losing my stuff, mastery over Miami's best ten- ultaneously.Due State, Georgia, Florida, Ala- Cleveland, 10.

season began nine days ago. all team's No. 1 pitcher, winner of I told them. So they trusted me. nis players. Wood who beat Rod Cagers to the enormous entry bama Tennessee and LSU. HITS Oliva, Minnesota, 20;

Florida State League games 200 regular season games and More or less, rye been my own Mandelstam twice in two days list, the first threesome to tee Favorites for the individual Fregosi, Los Angeles, 19.

rained out Tuesday nightIt 10 in the World Series since he boss out there as far as deciding defeated John Hammill for one Defeat BrazilLIMA off Thursday must begin at 6 honors include three boys who DOUBLES Bressoud, Boston -
I
were
pulled, on the striped New York when I should leave the moundor
of FSU's victories. ajn. The field is reduced to tied for nmnerup last year all ; Hansen, Chicago, and Rol
u.s.women's .
was the second consecutive uniform in 1950. continue. Peru (AP-The the low 40 (and ties) after the scoring one over par 289s: Ken lies Minnesota, 4.
night the St. PetersburgDaytonaBeach In one of the game's peculiar "Only difference now is that basketball team, led of 36 of Wake Forest Hinton i
i\ completion holes Friday.Two Fottea Buddy TRIPLES Wash
and Orlando Srasota arrangements, they're one and it's official But I still wouldn't by Rita Horky of Nashville
rounds are played Satur- McEwen of Memphis State and ington 4 Oliva, Minnesota 3.
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MIAMI Fred. W
postponed because the same man. Ford signed ,a hesitate a minute to pull mysell Hooperand came from behind to defeat I
games of rain.were $60,000 contract last Novemberas out or even to bench myself if Jockey Braulio Baeza have Brazil 51-43 Tuesday night in day.Team Jay Sigel of Wake Forest; also HOME RUNS Skowron i

I both pitcher and pitching I went into a slump." ended their dispute. Baeza said the WorM TournamentThe champions are determ- Jack Oliver of Georgia, 291; Washington, 4; Wagner and Romano -
tonIght ined at the end of 36 holes. The Jerry Potter of Miami, 292; Cleveland; Allen, Minnesota
The teams will try again coach. Ford said Berra, the new Yan- be bought his contract from victory was the American -, ,
with Lakeland still a t kee manager and a longtime Hooper for $100,000 and will rideas girls' second in three games individual champion is determ- Jimmy Allen of Georgia 293; and Zimmer, Washington,

_\ Miami and Tampa still at Fort Oral Role battery mate, gave him a lot oJ a free agent Hooper brought of the seven-nation champion- ined by 72 holes of medal play. Laurie Hammer of Florida, 294; 3.STOLEN t

-4 Lauderdale. Daytona Beach goes: So tar the '35-year-old Whitey freedom in pitching matters and Haeza to this country from Pan- ship round robin. Bulgaria routed Powerful North Texas State, Ken Lindsey of Memphis State, BASES- Apariclo.

to Sarasota and Orlando to St has started three games in the normally would let him call his ama and had 'him under con- Peru 79-44 in another SIC team champion seven 294; and John Lamey of Ala- Baltimore, 7; Wagner Cleveland f

,Petersburg. dual role winning one, losing own shots. tract to ride Hooper horses only.! round game. thi.rd-j times since 1951, will defend its bama, 296. 1 i

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By HAL BOCK I 3-I loss to Los Angeles Tuesday! and Johnson anxiously taggedup. 95. San Francisco and Chicagowere J

Captures A .. Associated Press Sports Writer night. He was trailing 1-0 and It looked like the hard-luck rained out. :

1 I. Ken Johnson, who lost a no-I thinking how nice it would be hurler was finally going to geta Moeller, who went seven in-

hitter 1-0() in his last start, now' if the Houston Colts would scorea run and, in addition he was nings, turned in the third

Attention has crossed home plate but he run for him. It had been 13 going to score it himself. straight strong performance for

f ,. I 'kI still hasn't scored. innings and one no-hitter down the Dodgers pitching staff which

.. \ I There was Johnson perchedon the drain since he'd seen some Nodding Head now has allowed just one run I
But suddenly the Los Angeles in the last 27 innings. Bob '
third base in the third in- batting support.
: Sfrro Unrk intra Dodgers were all around umpire (
Miller blanked the Colts in the
ning of what was to become a Al Spangler lifted a fly ball
By ARTHUR DALEY i VInnie Smith and he was nod- last two frames.It .

LOUISVILLE, Ky. Three days of rain watered the mint National Bosses ding his head. The seldom-seen was the fifth victory in 14 /'
<< League : appeal play had worked. John- starts for the defending world .
bourbon citadel. However
in this :
but not the mint juleps
I son, in his anxiety to get a run, champions who still trail the
the shining bright today on each Old Kentucky
sun was
had left third base too soon and
five in the NL
Home in a gloriously soft and gentle spring day. The ancient was doubled up. Phillies by games

battlements of Churchill Downs almost seemed to sparkle L 1 Night Game Night Game race. t
L,. 1t NEW YORK ST. LOUIS PITTSBURGH MILWAUKEE So, the Colt pitcher still trailed Philadelphia got a 4-for-5 performance -
t In its glow and that, admittedly, takes considerable doing. ab r h M ab r h b> abrbbi *brkbt 1-0.() Dodger starter Joe Moeller
because the track look- Elloitt cf 4000 Flood cf 4110 SchofIeld u 5. 2 Maye If 4211 by rookie sensation
The weather change was important Hunt 2b 4010 Groat M :3100 iroon cf 9110 Mathews 3b 3022 protected the slim margin builton I
Reds.
I ed like melted peanut butter this morning, but then it started 1 K Harkness Ib 3 0 0 0 Warwick rf 4000 Clemente rf 5 1 31 Aaron rf 3111 Richie Allen to beat the
Thomas If 4000 Boyer 3b 4232 lenden'n Ib 51 1 1 Torre 1b 5111 Maury Wills' first-inning sin- Allen clubbed a homer triple
to dry out and was moderately presentable by late afternoon Altman rf 301 James If 321 0 R. Bailey 3b 4 01 1 E. Bailey C 2 21 1 gle and Willie Davis' into ,
of the Trial the last of the preliminaries i Gonder c 3000 White Ib 4121 Mazer'skl! 2b 4 0 0 0 AtOll cf 5230 triple and two singles as Art Mahaffey
for the running Derby CSmith 3b 1000 Gagliano 2b 41 1 2 tergell If 4111 Bolllna 2b 3000 the seventh when the Colts finally -
'to the 90th Kentucky Derby on Saturday. The hard- teph'son 3b 1 0 0 0 Uecker c 4011 Pagliaroni e 111 OMenke u 4123 won his first game. ;
Samuel ss 3010 Broglio p 4011 Friend p 2000 Lemaster p 0 0 0 0 scored. I
t boots focused most attention in the Trial on Hill Rise, the Jackson p 0000 bAlley 1000 Nlekro p 0000 Grote's
Bearnarth p 1 0 0 0Kran'pool Sisk! p 0000 Gabr'hon 1000 Jerry triple and a
Derby favorite. 1000 Bork p 0000 aGabr'tson 1000 squeeze bunt broke the runless
Considering the fact that the big California colt had never Hook p 0000 Lynch 1000 Smith p 1000 :: 'L:
Bauta p 0000 Face p 0000 cCllne 0000 spell which had stretched 17 in- J
the describes as an "off"track Tlefenauer 1 0 0 0
before performed on what gentry Hinsley p 0000 p
bTaylor 1010 Talus 375114 Totals J t>lit nings for Johnson. But the shockof nj nr'*! C-flK inTVS' t
the railbirds and the experts appraised him in a fash- Locke p 0000 a-Struck out for Nlekro In 2nd; b- a run on the Scoreboard must 1 {
old Grantland Rice axiom. It matterednot Totals J* 0 5 0 Totals 34 110 7 Struck out for Friend In 6th; c-Sacrl-
ion paraphrasing an a-Grounded out for Bearnarth In Sth; (iced for Smith in 4th; d-Grounded out have proved too much.
if be won or lost but how he played the game. b-Singled for Hinsley In 8th. for Bork in 8th. Dick f
uncertain than usual and the R nw 9. New York ................. 000 000 0001St. 'insburgh ............... 310 001 ooo-4 Tracewski led off the
This is an even more Derby Levis .................. 030 040 OlXE Milwaukee ............ 040 012 ll>>-9 Dodger eighth with a triple and t
race hasn't even had anything resembling a complete certainty -C. Smith 2, Hunt James. PO-A EMazerosklMye.. PO-A-Pittsburgh after injured Tommy Davis
since Citation won from his fantastically fast stablemate, New York 24-11. St. Louis 2712. DP- 24-1, Milwaukee 2710. LO a-Pittsburgh I
.. batted for Moeller and flied
Groat Gagliano and White; Gagliano and Milwaukee 11.2BClemente out,
Coaltown, in 1948. Eddie Arcaro rode Citation and even he DERBY RACERS SHAPING UP Groat; Gonder and Samuel; Boyer. Gag. AIou Maye. HR-Star. Wills delivered the aheadrun
recordin liano and White. LOB-New York 4, St. Bell, Torre. S-Cllne. SFMenke.IP go .
stirred by doubt when Coaltown streaked to a .
was Louis 4.2BBrogilo. H R ER al SO with double.
Blue Grass at Keene- . Bill Goeller, Boys' Club shop director, left, I Samuel. White, Gagliano. Friend ...... 5 5.4 4 4 5Sisk a Wally Moon'ssingle
the
B-.James. HR-Boyer. SB-Flood. Groat. L.0.1....... 11-4.4 .. 3 3 1 made it :3/1 and knockedout
land. He wondered if he supervises work of Derby entrants Kenny .Hardee Boyer. Bork .......... 23 0 0 0 0 0
IP H R ER aa SO Face ..........; 1 2 1 1 1 2 Johnson, who now knows
should switch and voiced and Greg Wilkerson, foreground. Jackson L, 1-3 ... 12.3 3 3 2 0 2 Lemaster ....... 1-4 4 3 3 0 0 what it's like to get a run and ,
... .........
earnartlt ... 2131 0 0 0 1Hook Nlekro 12-32 1 1 1 1
his fears to Ben Jones, the ............ 2-3" 4 4 2 0 Smith. W 1-0 .... 4 2 1 1 1 4 lose. \
trainer of both horses.He auta ........... 1.3 0 O.0 0 1 Tlefenauer ....3 2 0 0 0 2
\ Hinsley.........2 0 0 0 0 4 HBP-By Tlefenauer (Pagliaroni WP Other GamesIn
n Wiener Roast Locke ........... 1 2 1 1 0 1 -Niekro. U-Secory, Burkhart. Sudo" other National tw
ff s Broglio W. 2.1.-.. 9 5 0 0 2 3 Pryor. T250. A3.71ZoDzvyer League
Was U-Vargo. Forman JackowskI, Craw- games Tuesday night St. Louis
Right"Eddie e u ford. T-2:15. A--3A71.
Night .Game blanked New York 8-0, Philadel-
Wins
," said Plain. Ben, Set LOS ANGELES.ab r h bi OUSTON ab r h M phia topped Cincinnati 4-2 and i a
"if I thought Coaltown Saturday Wills ss 4221 Kasko ss 4011 Milwaukee outlasted Pittsburgh I
Moon If 4011 Fox 2b 4020W. Best Ball
could win, you'd be on him.They Davis cf 4 0 21 Spangler cf 4 01 0
Howard rf 3 0 0 0 Bond rf 4000 I
ain't nobody gonna beat Fairly, -Ib 3000 Aspro'nte 3b 3010
Citation." He was right. x' A wiener roast honoring an who expect to put their car in Roseboro c 4010 Wynn If 3000 Team Event ATTENTION FREEZER OWNERS!
the Werhas 3b 4000 Staub Ib 4010 I
.. Gainesville Jaycee-Tropical Pon- race. Trace-ski 2b 41 3 0 Grote c 3110

But the great Arcaro once < tiac Derby contestants and their Wilkerson said there is still : Moeller aT. Davis1 p 2000 0 0 0 Johnson bRunnels p 1000 2000 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Su BILL'S MEAT ROOM
made the wrong guess in 1942 -' Miller 'p 0000 Hoemer p 0000 I
parents will be held at 6 p. m. 1000 Dwyer won in best ball team
time for boys interested in cWhlte CALL 372-3514
for Green- par.
when he
was riding 33303 Totals 33 1 71
Saturday at the Boys' Club on Totals play in a tourney at Palatka
..
of ticipating in the to -Filed out for Moeller In Sth b-
tree the bluegrass empire race sign
up
the Waldo Road, Derby chairman truck out for Grote In 7th; c-Struck last week as members of the
Jock Whitney and his sister, : W. W. Wilkerson said to- at the Boys' Club. Boys between out for Hoerner In tth. Keystone Club
DALEY ........._... Country worn- BUY
Mrs. Charles Shipman Payson. the ages of 11 to 15 yearsof Los Angeles 100 000 020-3
day. An estimated 80 to 100 per. Houston ................ 000 coo 100-1E en's group participated.Eva ?
Eddie had the choice of Shut Out'or Devil Diver..He'picked. sons, including the 40 boys who age are eligible. Each boy -Wills. Po-A-Los Angeles 27-7 Houston a

the Diver, actually the better horse. But the first Saturday have entered the race thus far, must build his own "soapbox" 2711., DP-Fox. Kasko and Staub; Hall was low gross victor I WHILE GOOD I lHOALOF

I in May the better horse was Shut Out, the Derby winner.There's are expected to attend. racer. The Boys' Club is open 'Los W. Davis Angeles Roseboro 5, Houston and Werhas.t. LOB- and; Vesta Aiken low net winner -I AND CHOICE BEEF

I bound to be an awful lot of self-recrimination this from 3-5:30 pjn. and 7-9:30 p.m. 28-Wills.2. SB-38 Wills.-W. S Davis-Kasko.IP Grote. Tracewski in the 18-hole group. Fay'Mangle 'i Rou"D PRICES ARE AT ,

year when the Derby winner is led into the floral horseshoefor Wilkerson said the weiner every Tuesday, Wednesday and H R ER II SO won in best ball team
W, 11... 7 6 1 1 0 8 %EGG
the presentation ceremonies. The jockeys have been play- roast is an annual pre Derby Thursday so that Derby entrants Miller Moeller ..........2 1 0 0 1 3 play> in the 9-hole event. Irma ..40ROUND THEIR LOV/EST

ing musical chairs with the various contenders because they Day event held to provide con- can use the shop to workon Johnson Hoerner, I..2.2..713........ 12-31 1 3 0 3 0 1 1 4 1 Rushton won low gross laurels

have been jumping on and off horses with the agility but not testants with an opportunity to their racers. A supervisor is HBP-By Moeller (Aspromonte John- and Janice Batts tools low net. GovernmentGraded

the elan of Errol Flynn in a swashbuckling movie. get to know each other better.It on hand at all times in the son Smith.). U-Pelakoudas.T-2:27. A11191.Gorman Williams Marty Martin eagled No. 7 Z S IL AK

I also serves to provide par shop. Night Game last week as she took two RUMP
It's reached the point that can't tell a jockey withouta 1 PHILADELPHIA CINCINNATI ROAST
you ents the opportunity to ask abrhbl abrhb :strokes on the par four hole.
II scorecard. Willie Shoemaker jumped off The Scoundrel to questions and gain a better un- Boys who sign up for the Taylor 2b 5010 Rose 2b 4110 s"LOIH "
Gainesville will be Callison rf 5111 Rub: 3b 5010 I The Keystone women will n CHOICE, GOOD
I ride Northern Dancer and leaped off him to take Hill Rise. derstanding of the program and race eligible Allen 3b 5142 Keougn cf 4000 STEAK '"
( Bill Hartack has been on Quadrangle but will ride Northern its goals. for the Jacksonville Soap Box Sievers Ib 5110 Robinson rf 31 21 1 compete in a one-day invita- Standard Available
I Amaro Ib 0000 Coleman Ib 402'
\ ; Dancer. Bob Ussery has been on Northern Dancer and Rom- Derby on July 11. The local race Gonzalez cf 3 0 0 0 Edwards c 4000 tional at Gainesville tomorrow. 3
I'' Important is scheduled for Cater If 3020 Cardenas ss 3000 Wo
I r Maimel July 18. Trlandos c 3011 Harper If 3000 We'll cut and wrap lust
Ycaza looped the loop with Northern Dancer, Quadrangle, "It is important that all con- Wine ss 4000 O'Toole p 2000! Jeanne Leland 1 the way you want it .
4 1 1 0 aJohnson 1000 "
Mahaffey p T eONE
Roman Brother and Mr. Brick before lighting on The Scoun- testants attend this event, Wilkerson Totals 0000 : STEAK In fact, you may come in j j'nl
said. "After the wiener 574 SeriesLeads 37 4 11 4 Totals 33 2 < 2 and watch! W. will also
drel. a-Struck out for O'Toole In eth. 4 u
roast the bottom boards and Philadelphia .............. 000 111 TO-4' Leads on 545 S cut beef,and if inspected.wrap your Freeze own
Caught in SqueezeCaught brake system on each racer will Cincinnati ............... 002 000 000E CLVI STEAK at no extra charge.

be inspected by Jaycees and LoopHarvey 275-Ruiz Cincinnati, Robinson.271. DP PO-A--Wine.Philadelphia Taylor Jeanne Leland led the Florida _ _ _

in the squeeze was Braulio Beaza, a contract riderto the Highlands Presb y t e rian and Sievers.e.2B LOB-Philadelphia f, Cincinnati National Bank League at Palm r.r

Fred Hooper. Elliott Burch, the trainer of Quadrangle, was Church :Tens' Class. This inspection Thomas of Pepper -Mahaffey, Rose Robinson Cole- Lanes yesterday with a 545 ser W. c 41

angling for Beaza, winner a -year ago on* Ch te ugay.'< is a :must' for all boys Printing Co. led the Industrial I son.man SF 38-Allen. HR-Allen. SB-RObln-j: ies. She had games of 197-164- 6 Ia S HINDQUARTERS
League at Palm Lanes last Trlandos.IP H R ER la SO I II r Round (Rump Roast Steak
But Hooper refused to give the able Panamanian his
release xMahaffey W 1J 6 2 2 5 2 184.Liz RIB ROAST s V Ground Beef. Heel of Round,
I and Baeza finally bought his freedom today for an estimated night. He posted a 574 serieson I Short ........ 2 0 0 0 0 5 Elleman rolled 539 witha Soup Bones)
of O'Toole,L.M .... 9 11 4 4 2 > a Oil a. Sirloin (Sirloin Steak, Sirloin Tip)
100000. But he still lacks a Derby mount and the best ones City LeagueRained games 192-190-J92. x-Faced 1 man In 8th.U _i! 212 high game. Norma Wese- .atl STEAK Short Loin (Club Steak T.I."e
,
Weyer Conlan Verizon Harvey. T Steak)
already are gone. Rollie Brunelle of Piggie Park 2:28. A-5,117. manhada482.,
1 Willie The Shoe also was caught in a vaguely similar bind
OutCity Restaurant had a 567 as did Silver Dollars had 1795 9 FOREQUARTERS:
In 1959. He despeartely wanted to ride Sword Dancer but Chuck Morris of Gaines v III e'' Tournament a series Rib
and Withdrawls hit 642
had committed himself to Fred Turner as the rider for Tomy Shopping Center. Brunelle had a 1 GROUND Chuck Plate (Plate Stew, Ground t
Lee. The Shoe tried to wriggle clear but Turner held him to League Softball games a high game. Creasy Green made lilt Ground Beef) 'l
231
best.
single game Chuck (Chuck Roast stew,
Tomorrow
the 799'split and Verna Sisk .
his promise. So Wee Willie were postponed last night at ROAST Beef
I won the Derby on Tomy Lee by B&G Motors CHUCK )
topped team of
whisker from Sword City Park due to wet grounds converted the 4510. STOW b rtoket (Ground Beef
a Dancer.
Racing luck did it as the
fort with a 947 9989552900. Pert Shank (Soup Bones)
The Gainesville Women's Gall
horses in the homestretch Business League contests are Paid Advertising GROUHD'IIIf>>
bumped and the collision knocked "
Park had
.Piggie a 1049
single Association will host a one-day soul=
Tomy Lee onto the proper stride. on tap tonight. On Field No. 1,

"My horse was tiring," reported the Shoe, "and the last Sunland Training Center meets game Don Wilson high. Splits 6-7-10 were made by tourney tomorrow at the Gall] 10 FINANCING i ii i
Howard's TV at 6:30 Medical ; Randy and Country Club. 1e
bump forced him to change leads. That's how he came on Brooks AVAILABLE
5-7 Brunelle
to win." _' Students face Smith Sinclair at ; 2-6-7; and< Teams from Keystone

'- 8 and Fulps Radiator goes Herman Schroeder, 5-7 Heights, Starke, Palatka, Ocala; 1001 N.W. 4th Street Phone 372-3514

Played Game Well against Gainesville Gas Co. at the With second one week half remaining in I Lake City and Tallahassee ___ t.
McKinney have been invited.
9:30.On Green Insurance has a hai There will be in
When the Derby Trail was completed it most competition
was ,obvious
Field No. 2 Publix takeson point lead I
over Gainesville
both 18 and 9-hole divisions.
that Hill Rise had played the well. He also had
game won it
Road Prison at 6:30 CWA Shopping Center.
in most impressive fashion. !Despite the fact that he had onlya Pepper Printing I Pairings for championship TOWN TIRE CO.
single outing in the last eight weeks, this strapping son of plays Post Office.at 8 and Hay is a point back: and Piggie play and flights have been arranged '
A-Tampa tangles with Park Restaurant is
Utility lei .points through established
4 !Hillary and .Red Curtain came charging down the stretch Department at 9:30. behind. I handicaps.MOTT'S. I I t 605 N.W. 8th Avenue Phone FR 6-9090 I
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So Willie the Shoe was congratulating himself by nightfall

that his last jump in this equine pastime of musical chairs

was the correct one. It's a cinch that the favorite's role

for Hill Rise had been solidified. Wee Willie still doesn't Dayton

have a lock on the Kentucky Derby but he may very well ThorobredsWtrUt I l lI

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I Sees. .. $-Trillion GNP by 75!I Bids 011 Area ;


!
2frui Unrk etmrs employed by economists to surge of young people into the 235 million in 1975, of which !

By M. S. HANDLER gauge the economic growth of labor market may well mean half will be under 26 years of I Projects !

NEW YORK The United a country. that the unemployment rate age; !
States is on the threshold of The Twentieth Century Fund's might remain more than four; 4)) Markets will constantly expand TALLAHASSEE The State I

the highest levels of economic report, written by Arnold B. per cent in 1975. as new households are Road Department yes-

activity ever 'attained, according Barach, senior editor of "Changing The report contends, however -formed, with marriages running -terday opened bids on more
Times the that the level of about 2 million than $21 million in road andy
to a Twentieth Century Kiplinger Mag- high economic per yearin
Fund Report that will be pub- azine, was an outgrowth of the activity and the ample 1975, and births likely to total bridge projects, including the

lished next Monday (May 4)) Fund's major study, "Ameri resources of the U. S., if proper more than 5 million, leadingto resurfacing of badly battered
by The MacMillan Company.The ca's Needs and Resources" byJ. ly directed, could cope "successfully a still bigger "baby boom; State Road 235 from Newberryto

report, entitled "U.S.A. Frederick Dewhurst and Associates with unemployment, poverty 5) Industrial production in Alachua.

d: and its Economic Future," projects which was published in and other unfulfilled so- 1975 will probably be more The resurfacing job was bid

a Gross National Product; 1955. cial needs. than twice as high as in 1960, in by Marion Construction Co. t
I approaching one trillion dollars I The report, despite its projec- The report's projections, Indicating as technological progress and at $101,021.
by 1975 if the present rates of tions of economic growth, as- things to come, include rising productivity will enable
growth are maintained. The sumes that the major social : the average workers in 1975 to According to Alachua Engi-

GNP in 1963 was about $580 bil evils, including a high rate of 1)) Average family income produce 53 per cent more neer Roy Miller, the road has
unemployment and poverty will be $9,525 (in dollars of 19601 goods and services than in 1962. taken a beating from trucks

lion.The Gross National Product, will persist unresolved by 1975. value) in 1975; : The report asserted that the hauling linierock from mines in

or GNP, is the sum total of The technological revolution 2)) The .Average work week:I potential inherent in the U. S. the Newberry area to the Inter-

all goods and services produced -caused by automation, the superfluity -probably will be reduced to 37 made the projected growth in state Highway 75 project. -

in a given year and is only of unskilled and semi- hours; I the coming years a strong pos- 1 I
,one of the many measurements skilled workers, and the g rea t 3)) The population may reach sibility. He said the county at one, [
time was going to ask the SRD' '
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:reached when the SRD agreedto Wiffistoii FFA Figures

2t BUSINESS MARKET 1 I. pay half the resurfacingcosts

REPORT from primary funds. The Danny Stevens, Willisfon FFA Chapter president and Star Chapter Farmer,
other half is to come from the presents sweater to Linda Ritch
a chapter sweetheart, at last night's Fa-
: REVIEW V county's secondary funds, Miller ther-Son banquet. Looking on are John Folks (left), director of rural relations .

said. for Florida Power Corp., the banquet speaker; and Gene Bell, who was
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Other projects for which the chapter's Greenhand. (Sun photo by Buzz Mixson)

TODA Y'S now JONES I SRD received bids yesterday

rev. Close Components 1st Hr, included:
I F Readers' Scolds Williston

Request 11:'816.70 I Indusl I up 0.80 Keystone Heights Pavingof I ,

197.12 I Rails I off 0.4514Q.31 streets, W & M ConstructionCo.

$91,959. #
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tions. art furnished by Pier,.. Wul- .11'! 4,820,000 I Volume I 2.450,000 Chapter
bern. Murphcy Investment ServicsPere. I Salem northwesterly eight
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NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE Smith Kin .- -__ 1.20a 61% Capital Life & Gr. 10.33 Late Morning Construction Co., $757,369.

Sou Cal Ed 1.05 31 Divers Growth 9.77

Abbott Lab ._- 2.40 37?. St. Oil Cal 2.00 66 Dividend Shares 3.72 N. Y. Listing .
St. Oil Ind 2.oob 72% WritersHold RecordSpeaker
Allied CemAmerada -.-_, 1.80 54% 20.25
Pt .. 2.00 82 Sterl Drug _'_ .65 28V4 Dreyfus -
Texas Util Fidelity Capit. 11.23 AllisChal 18 IntHarv 70%
Am Elec Pow 1.16b UK 1.20 57% ------
Amer Enka ._- 1.40a 59% Textron ._- 1.40 41% Fidelity Fund 17.71 Alcoa '71 IntNick 78% SocialThe

Amer Home _- 1.44a 66% Tidewater -__-,-- .-__ 33% Fidelity Trend _ 18.68 AmAir 43 IntPap 33 '
Amer M Fdy .90 20 Trans W A 38% Fund'tal Invest 10.85 AmBrk 53 Jones&L 74/8 G a i n e sville Writer's 1 Class of 39, Last
AmBdPar 36% KaisAl 39 4
Armco Stl ._ 3.00 74* Union Pac 1.60a 41% League held its Spring Social
i Und Air L _. 1.50b 57% Income of Boston ___ 8.40 AmCan 43* Ken'cott 81 i
Atch Bauch Topka Lomb. _-. 1.20a 1.20 28V&37 ,:Upjohn 1.00 51 Incorporated Inc. __ 9.79 AmCyan 63 Lig&My 797kArnMot last night at the Hotel Thomas, Brought Honors to Local .ChapterBy
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K-2 .__ _._. and presented congratulatory
,War Lamb_- .70 29% Keystone 5.64 16 Loch'd 33 8''
Baxter Lab .36 23%
------- Worthintn Keystone S-3 ___ 16.63 AT&T 141% Lorillard 4n21 gifts to Marie Bell McCoy, author BUZZ MIXSONSun '
Beckman Ins 54% ,- 1.50 39% i School, (class of 39) and a for- to receive these degrees and
Xerox Keystone S-4 4.73!' AmTob 3-t% Mag'vox 38 I Area EditorWIU.ISTON' I
Beech U S _. 1.10 462 96 of "Journey Out of Dark !mer outstanding FFAer, him- hold a state office.
Zenith Life Investors _..__ 21.12 Ampx 'Cp 15% MplsHon 124 '
Bristol My _. .80 66% I 1.20a 77% ness," and Stack Sutton, authorof A speaker at a II self.Folks Folks asked the 200 banquet
Life Stock Fund _._
8.13 Anaconda 43% MM&M 63%
Brown Shoe -. 3.40 "Circle R Range," in recog-[Future Farmers of American I who is director of rural -guests: "Why has there been no
Mass. Inv. Stock 16.31Mass. Armour 49% Mohasco 13%
Brunswich ._ .._-_- 10 OVER THE COUNTER nition of their recently published banquet here last night departed relations for Florida Power state officer from the Williston
Inv. Growth Babcock Mons'to
8.71 57'i4 14%
I from the usual -Corp., was introduced Leon -
CambellS 2.40 37 platitudinous by
Alico Land -_. ...... 7% Pioneer Fund _ 9.61 BethStl 35% Mont\\'d 333/3 books. I Sims chapter or an American Farmer
Pdt _._ l.OOa 18% approach of speakers at assistant agriculture
Carter degree winner from Willistonfor
Amer Fidel Life -_ -...-,....._ 22 Puritan Fund 9.60 Boeing 44 NatDair 13
Case J I -_- 14 Also present was Dr. R. I. such affairs. He, in elf e c t, teacher trainer at the University the past 25 years?"
Amer Heritage .. 19% Putnam Growth __ 9.50 Borden 'l2 4 NatDist 2n
of Florida. Sims cited Folks'
Cessna Air -_._ 1.00 27V4 Johnson scolded the Williston FFA Chap
recent winner of "You
Amer Nat. Inc. 22% TV & Elec. _.._ 8.11 Brunswk 10% N.AmAv 49 a can't blame your teacher
Ches Ohio __ 4.00 72 state award for ter membership and the people ,outstanding FFA accomplishments -
his education I
Amer Pion'r Life ___ 52 (vo-ag teacher Ferris Rogers
6% Value Line Inc. 5.55 CaterTr 60 Penney
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C S Gas _ 333s I of the Williston communityfor including the attainingof "
as editorials in the Gainesville Sun. : ), Folks told the
Anheuser Bush _-.___ 51 Wellington Fund___.._ 15.00N Celanese 6n2 PRR 3O% ( made the State and American FFA mem-
CBS 1.80b46 not having out-
i any
bers.
Comb Eng 1.20 2n4''Anodyne __. _-. 4% Y S E Most Active Stocks Chrysler 46 PepCola 52 The next meeting will be held standing contributions to FFA Farmer's degrees and the hold- the "I don't hear a lot about"
--- Williston
I Cone Mills > .80 17% Citizens Bank .. 35 Comp. Vol. Close Changes CocaCola 127 PhillPet 51 May 19, at 7:45 p.m. at the work in the past 25 years. ing of a state FFA office. Folks FFA Chapter.
Conn. Lt. & Pow ...-..- ....._ 29 471,200 Tex Gulf Sul 52% up 5% CornEd 49% RCA 33 Chamber of Commerce buildingand continued. "and I ask
Conti Aid __ .40 25 The speaker was John Folks, Sims said that Folks was the again -'Why?'"
; Conti Ins .._._-_. 2.20 57V4 Cowles Mag & Pp 14% 80,000 RCA 33% up % ConEdis 85 RepStl 44 : _will be a writing workshop a graduate of Williston High first and last Williston FFAer
Contrl Dat 89% Dun & Bradst -.- ., ? 64% 71,900 Sperry Rd 16 up % ContCan 47 4 Revlon 35% session. All interested persons The speaker a g r a duate of
I Corn Pdts _-_ 1.50 63% First West. Fine. 15%j 69,500 Jon Logan 17% off % DowChe 7B ReyTob 48 are welcome. the UF with a bachelor's andmaster'8"degrees

Delta Air _._ 1.60 85% Florida Gas .......-.,.:.----- 11 .I j 54,900 Curtis Pub 12% up % duPont 259 StRegP ..33% in agriculture
Det Steel ..._ __ .60 14% Florida Nat'l Bank 35 '; 53,100 Natomas 9up ?. EAL 36 Seaboard 41'i I GaInes are MakingOf said that the community should
ODD-LOT '
Emerson El 1.00 44 Fla. Tel ... _. r_.. 26 j i 46,500 Chrysler 45% up % E.Kod 128* Sinclair 45% TRANSACTIONS get behind the chapter and

/1 r Fair Camra .SOg 27V4 forrest Labs _.. .,., 22%j I 33,600 Warner Lamb 29% off % Firestone 38V 4 Socony 76'2 Purchases ,_'-- 3911231 push it. "Leadership is the best

Jim Walter _. 1.00 33% You ders Life __- 9% 38,400 Pan Amer 73% up 1% FlaPw 47 SouthnC 57% Sort Eales ,.__._. 7,226, thing you can give these boys,"
f Finanl Fed 59U Franklin Life 56% 36,400 Cont Airline 25% up 1% FlaP&L 72% Sperry R 16 Other Sales _ _, 7,2261 His FortuneBy he said.

1 Fst Chartr _._ 1.97f 3W'4 Great Amer. _- 15% 35,200 Gen Motors 83 up 1 Ford 557/g StBrand '14FnnstDa % Other Sales .-_ _,_. 365,996 Folks said that in Pinellas

Fla E Cst ________ ". 11 4I Grolier -r- 45 32,600 Pac Pet 12% off % 10!. StO NJ 86* Total Sales _373,222 County. here he lives there
Food Fair .9022% Gulf Life 56% 31,500 Getty Oil 26 up 1% FreptSuI 35 Studebak 8 JACK LEFLER. Reichman has lots of competition -!are 76,000 school students. He

I- FMC Corp .-_- 1.00 56% Herff Jones 14% 29,200 Ford Motors 56 up % FruehTr 3O% Texaco 77 PREVIOUS DAY'S AP Business News Writer I I but claims to dominate 80 said University of Florida records -

Gen Tele .88 33% Home Insurance . 64% 23,300 Westing Elec 32% unch GenDyn 26 Thiokol 15 STOCK MARKET AP-In 1961 per cent of the field. I II would not show many stu.
NEW YORK
I Ga Pacifi .._ ____ -. l.OOb 65% Jax Minit Mkts. 5% Amer Stk"Exch. Active Stocks! GenEl 83% UnitAirc 44 ( ,j Reichman was born in 1907 in!dents from Pinellas County
Getty Oil ._-_- .10g. 26 Kennasaw Life _ 13% Volume Close Changes GenFds 86% UnFrt 21 Advances _'_ 704 Henry Reichman had an idea Germany of a well-to-do family i participating in major vars 11 y

Grace Co ._ l.OOb 57% Life of Fla _. 5% 79,000 Syntex 69% up 5%' GenMills 36% US Steel 56% Declines 398 and was $20,000 in debt. II I and came to the United Statesin ,sports; very few of them in

Heine Curt -____. .80 23% Lowes Company ____>_ 18% 64,200 Goldfield Cp 1% up % GenMtrs 831 Univl\fat 12 Unchanged ... .., .-----r 258 Today he is a multimillion 1929. He worked as a promoter campus politics and not manyof
I IBM .._..._.___ 5.00 583 zf Milgo Electron. __ 13% 32,500 Tel-A-Sign 3% up % Greyhnd 57% WestgEl 33; Total Issues 1,360'aire. I in the supermarket field! them on the rolls of Phi
Int Min C -- -_. 1.80a71V4 Mort. Guaranty Ins. 30% 32,200 Seaboard World 7% up % Gulf Oil SH W'mnDix 22!'. New 1963-64 Highs 37 Reichman made his quick for-,with varied success until he Beta Kappa, the national schol.

I Int Tele --_-- 1.00 56V4f Pacific SW Air _ 44Vi 23,700 Cinarama 10% up % Woodwth 83% New 1963-64 Lows 29 tune because people like to play i turned to games in 1961. I 1 astic honor society.On .

;' Kellogg .._-_. .80a 41% Schlitz Brewing _--- -.. 41 games. I, He says he believed that the I the other hand, he said. a
'Lehman Cp _- 1.34e 30 Secur. We & Tr. _... 521,2 ., ..'. -' I He has devised games which,only kind of game that had a:small town like Trenton has
Litton In .__ 1.98f 67% Southern Nitro. _._ I'm YOUR MONEY'S WORTH .:\{. are played by supermarket cus chance against stamps had to produced two presidents of Florida
Lone S CM: --- 1.00 22% Travelers Ins. 51% .'tomers for cash prizes. involve cash. Blue Key. He also cited the

,!,;' Marsh Fid --_. 1.60 38% His first game was Spell Spell C-A-S-H was tested In example of Commissoner of Ag-
M 1.00 18 riculture Doyle Conner, who.
Martin AMERICAN STOCK .
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'-':" C-A-S-H and it went over witha September and October in Day-
Hill .603 36', ; I $ though he came from a small
I McG EXCHANGEAerojetGen :
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Swindles
Consumer \ bang. ton, says.
1, Mead Corp 1.70 48%i ,., county, achieved the nation a 1
Merck 2.00a 112% .. ---- 33% 1. ..,p ::'$.4i Reichman estimates that he The deal stipulated the store FFA presidency.Folks .
-- ---- '
Analex __ 29 I \_ has sold a billion game cardsto would have to supply a written
Corp +
:
t Natl Airl .80 47% "" also brought up the
-- Aqua Chern. _ 17 i ? supermarkets in the last report by a. certified public ac-I
N Y Centl S.Og 34% FAIR TRAPS By Sylvia Porter : I matter of reapportionment. a
I the '
I. three
.' Nia M Pow 2.00 51% Aurora Plastics. 34 years. countant detailing success current problem in Florida
t Norfolk W 6.00 127. Barns Engineer. __ 21% Despite unprecedented pre in advance just what your York's hotels have agreed to The games, like trading and increases of customer count I'I politics and said that one way
NoIndPS.1.48 56% Butler Shoe 8 stamps, are intended to be and sales. of -
cautions being taken by the tour covers and doesn't cover. provide detailed information counteracting reapportionment
52% :Chromaloy __ 14 trade stimulators in the highly "In that way, any chain I
No Nat Gas 1.80 World's Fair authorities and : Misuse of "Unisphere" symbol -on accommodations upon re would be for the county
Olin Math ,-- -.. 1.20 44% :Cinerama 10 despite unparalled security' to promote phony "causes".I quest. For your own protection competitive supermarket busi- went to would! have somethingin Ii to produce trained leaders.

Owens II G 2.50 97% Computer Sci ..- 22JZ measures to be enforced by an!I The danger is you'll be lured i iI i though strictly observe hotel :ness. their hands: that would be respected -t "I offer this challenge to you
Pac G & E __ 1.00 32% I Cutler Labs A 18 .army of Pinkerton guards,I I into buying unlicensed productsor check-in rules. I' "We have created the only'' by everybody," he said. businessmen and fathers."

Pac Lting ....._._ 2.40 59% I Data Control _._ 39!when you go to the* Fair, ).ouj!" contributing to non-existent The indications are swindlerswill 'new trend in the supermarket II Reichman's first real break Folks said. "Get behind these
Pac T & T 1.20 30% t Fulton Inds. _.__ 9% !business since in- when Jewel Tea of Chi
------ stamps were came FFA members and help them.
must be alert to a variety of charities because they bear the be held to a minimum at
/ Pan Amer A _._ 1.20 73%.II Gen Develop ... 4% I troduced," said Reichman in an cago decided they would use his:The product of Willis-
the greatest
and peddlers of phonyI Unisphere symbol and the I ithis Fair. Main reason:
jgjpsters II III
ParkeDav 1.00 29 "lackey Airlines _ 6% to fight A&P's linkage
interview."In game ,ton High School and the com-
of IWorld's ,
merchandise. the symbol Fair
I 1 use copyrighted security program
Pennzoil .__._ 2.00 76%'Mead Johnson 203.I I "
two and one-half with Plaid Stamps.
we is
the swindlers National years rnunity youth.
Almost
surely authorized Pinkerton's
not have been handled I
Perkin El _- 40% I Pac NW Tel _..---...._... 22% \ may :I by have developed a business in "This was the day I knew I Other highlights of the ban-
i
and scattered but is the
will be few the World's Fair authorities. Detective ,
by Agency
Pfizer ._. -.-- --- -80a 48HPhelps :Philips Elec. ....._._ 42 II which i supermarkets have spent' would make a minimum of a jquet in the school lunchroom in-
some will slip in. As a spokes.:from concessionaires. biggest i protective project ever;
Dg _.._._ 3.00 703.I "
Redwing Carriers23.
I 10 million million in the next six months, ichided the presentation of num-
$}
Polaroid .............._.. .20 156% ;RIC Group ......___ 8% man for the National Better,' This would include many undertaken by any private agen-j alone." on my games Reichman recalls. erous awards.
Pub Sv E G _._..2.60 77s* Sperry R. \\15. __._ 7% Business Bureau puts it, i|I varieties of souvenirs, color cy.Among I' -- .. ---

Pure Oil __ 1.60It .Syntex .. .. ...-...... 69% "Whenever you have a big:slides, even sweaters, jewelry. the services be-
Rayonier _._._ 1.00 36%fTampa Elec. -...25 fair attracting millions of outo.towners -t perfume. The rule here is not1!ing provided:

Rexall ..........._ .SOb 45%1 Tech "feasur. _ 18% the racketeers invariably to pay cash for any order to, Three thousand Pinkerton UF Ag Provost Sees Industry
Reyn Met .50 40%ITWA Wts. 22 turn out to greet:be shipped. Pay by check or guards to staff the Fair's police -

Rich .Men ._-__-_------ 1.00 47% Valspar them." ihave the order shipped C.O.D., fire and medical departments -
-R C Cola _, 1.20 69% As just one example out of and get a receipt for your pur- to handle admission

Roy Dutch .- -_, _1.73g 44 MUTUAL FUNDS the recent past, the Seattle j chase with' the name and ad-''tickets, bus and car parking! Growth With Food DemandTAMPA !

Searle GD ....-_ .90 58% BBB received more than 800|!dress of the seller.i I'protect exhibitors' property and ,

Singer _'M'_'_ 2.00 88% Affiliated Fund __.._. 8.74I complaints during the 1962 1 i Fraudulent merchandise. control crowds;

Seattle World's Fair about I Inevitably phony items will' Identification of the Fair's (A?) The provost,tors of the Federal Land Bank I However, tiwce are problems I f
merchandise undelivered by'''be peddled on street corners,iSO.OOO workers each of whom for agriculture at'the University -Association that consumers wiH be said.

I STOCK FLASHES concessionaires goods visitors .,at the fringes of the Fair. AtypIcal !will carry a specially-coded of Florida said Tuesday I spend only 17 to 18 per cent of I "For example, there k an excellent I

]MARKET had ordered, had paid! gimmick would be be:pass by which to identify him- American consumers will be i their income for food as com' opportunity to expand ,

I for and had requested delivered '!'an offer of a "$50" watch for.self. : t spending less of their income I pared with 22 per cent in 1960.::livestock production, but Florida
!
NEW YORK (AP) The [Lines was up >4 at.-V. and]t to.their homes. The stuff'$3>. Common sense Is your Automatic fire and police for food in 1975, but population;But total expenditures will have; now produces less than 30
stock market was mixed in 1. Ford was off >. at 55*.. ,never came. 'guide here; street corner ped- alarm systems linked to a central -increases will create a large increase -,increased 60 per cent, he saidi cent ef fee feed needed," 11 11per I

moderately active trading at On 1,900 share openers I I Based on previous Fair experiences -..Idlers are among the least reliable -, Pinkerton communicationspanel in total food expendi "Agriculture is a growing and,Dr. York said. .:
the opening today. I I;Electrical & Musical Industrieslost here are traps to sources of quality pro- plus police walkie-talkies I tures. i[dynamic industry" York said.]I Barring increased feed pro. I
1'( I '
Changes of most key stocks I 'a at 7% and American Tobacco watch for when you visit New:ducts. ,.throughout the Fair grounds;]I Dr. E. T. York Jr. told direc-,["It is not a vanishing industry,i duction is large scab land spec-
were narrow. : declined 18 at 3-H York's extravaganza and I Pkkpockrts I 1 Special "mixie lights" to lolcate -! |as an Atlanta newspaper said in lulation. he said. The owners

Opening blocks included: Reynolds Tobacco lost *. at here's bow to ;side-step them. These crooks thrive wherever emergencies instantly fori': Williston Due series last year, and this is:want to keep their investments
Chrysler, up sa at 45% on 3,500'I 43V. on 1,200 shares. Incomplete "package tours"[crowds gather. Again, commonsense ;the central communications1' I ta an impression we must over.:''liquid. and hesitate to make

shares; Westinghouse Electric : Allied Chemical gained *. at[offered by local travel agen i warns you not to carry dispatcher.In| j! Annual Play By come." improvements needed to develop -

op H at 33?< on 3,000; and 54i on 1,100 shares. cies. j large amounts of cash or other' In sum, as millions ,of us, farm income has increased -' the land as pasture or to offer -
American Telephone, off H at American Motors was un-, The tour may be advertised I valuables to the Fair. i.I surge to this Fair from every I Senior Class Florida's 150 cent during the' the long-term leases needed

J4U* on 1800. j changed. Santa Fe and Sears, [as "complete e\"eQ1hingl I Overpriced hotel accommodations -part of the globe, we should be per and.' by farmers to put the land i into i
he said
,
: I. dis-''i and 'the crowd in I! WILLISTON The senior;last 15 years
best
Anaconda eased U to 43ft on Roebuck added fractions. Beth-;included, but you may eierbookings. protected i agricultural production.
1,800 shares. J I.leham, and Montgomery Ward cover it's far. far from that I This is a perennial problem,'I history. But use your head: !!class of Williston High School.!should double doen't by 1975.necessarily 1' "We must show landowners ..,

Opening on 1,000- share transactions -]I dropped fractions. I,Your best bet is to deal with';|although a special World's Fair:inevitably, ,the gypsters will be,'will present its annual play,i "This farmer prosperity that a long-term lease might reduce .6.
New York Central lost! Yesterday t h e Associated'a member of the respected:Housing Bureau has been setup :there too with their consumer"The Girl in the Rain," Friday :'guarantee the cost of land specula

\4 at 34V ; Jonathan Logan recovered -:Press average of 60 stocks rose I American Society of Travel, to put visitors in touch with,traps.[ If you're on guard, you I'I at 8 p.m. in the school auditori- but it does" said present York.a great op--Won," Dr. York said. 1

\ U at 18; Eastern Air]1.9 to 303.8. [Agents. In any case, find out, reliable hotels and most of New,[can side-step them. i um. Iportuniry.


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PAR KAY UBBY FRUIT SANITARY NAPKINS REGULAR SANITARY NAPKINS SUPER ECONOMY

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FLEISCHMANN'S OfL LIBBY BARTLETT RED BIRD IMITATION VIENNA PEPSOOENT WHITE

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Perch Steaks 991. EXTRA _
FRUIT PIES
IDAHO VALLEY POTATOESFrench :: STAMPS WHEN YOU \

Fries Pkg: 391. REDEEM THE ,;
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BRYON'S SANDWICHES (FROM TENNSESSEE)

BarB-Que : 99 WI DURING- ''E'S-w _.._._

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'(Editor's note: This Is another Florida Cabinet Is that of the pertaining to public education, The Board of Education, Bud ers for State Institutions, Boardof : Bailey served as principal of In 1943, he was elected superintendent i State SchrclXHSceTSran-. \ ,
story from the Associated Press state superintendent of public in- including the buildings and get Commission, Board of Conservation Trustees of the Teacher Re- other schools in South Carolina of education to s c-: ization of state superintendents'
capital bureau in Tallahassee on struction-or public schools. The grounds. He must provide lead- Board of Commission- tirement Fund, Executive Boardof 'before moving to Florida in 1939. ceed Colin English who stepped from throughout the. :b2tlon"I'addition
the primary campaigns the offices office was created in 1868. ership in the improvement of education the Department of Public In,Florida, he served as principal down after 10 to run/for/ he i*-:tf life"memberof '
and the men seeking them. During the past 95 years, and recommend to the Smokey Says .::.- Safety, Textbook Purchasing of the Thomas Industrial Institute governor. English years lost. r the National Education. Association. ;
Today's installment discussesthe Florida has had 15 superintendents Cabinet and the Legislature policies ard, Board for Vocational Ed- DeFuniak.Springs and / .- -- -
superintendent of education' running its public elementary and laws for improving ed- ucation, Labor Business Agents as supervising principal of A few years after his ifitial Bailey Is 6$' years oTd;m- -

of Florida. and high schools and junior'ucation.As .Licensing Board, Purchasing I schools in DeFuniak Springs, ction, Bailey was named/pres. rind and the father of two_ d Dgh-. s

DOUGLAS STARR I colleges. part of this major duty the I Commission, Personnel Board, Ocala and Tampa. ident of the Council of I Chief ters.SOUTH .-- .. I
By
I Although the superintendenthas superintendent issues and revokes I Civil Defense Council Revenue'. I'
TALLAHASSEE (AP) -The numerous duties, his main teacher licenses and helps Commission and the Outdoor .
second youngest seat on the job is to supervise all matters the 67 counties in securing fed- t Recreation Commission. _;. SIDE OF THE sQU"ii:: -__. : j

eral funds for the operation of 1 S NN: Florida's current superintendent ,. .. _.. 1

their schools and their various No. oas of education is Thomas : :' /. ::.::... .:_ -:.',:.::i :: :_: A.- : ..

State Treasurer elated programs-such as trans- Bailey a school. teacher who ,'. .,... ..... --, .. ... .... -.-.:... -. .. ,
[ portation, school lunches and so made good. He hit the top in his I
profession )in less than 30 years.I '
on.In addition, the superintendent Bailey began his teaching career /-i: } ;:: ; : : :

Pays Bills But is a member of 14 boards in 1919 as principal of a i -i. '" .'''''''--- ...."'....-.:....-. '
and commissions and is called rural two-room school his native I'. ...I' .. ... .. "t...,.,- : _. .
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South Carolina. he
weekly to make decisionsas Although .
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a member of each. These 14 Smoke* **ttMt tkfc-+*sH was. principal, he taught all .,.-..'\z. ..J.....'j.. ;"iI i-.. ., ,-...-: .,:: .-.-
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By DOUGLAS STARR elder statesman of the Cabinet 4'i
l' because of his long tenure in office I MAYDAYS May Sale ; \
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TALLAHASSEE ( ) -
-23'years longer than any S E : ,
three Thurs.Friday
state treasurer wears other in .
man the office. I .
major hats because he has three H
major titles among his many d s- Larson won the office in the --'-- :
ties. 1940 elections and took the oatho SEM ,
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"In the Sunshine State, the won; office every in four-year January 1941.election He THURSDAY, : 5 h I''

treasurer and also state is insurance state fire marshal com- since. SALE FRIDAY and 0 e
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He came to Florida in 1923,
missioner.The ,two days after receiving his! SATURDAYONE
treasurer's office is an old business administration degree I II IIf

constitutional office, dating backto from Allegheny (Pa.) College to i GROUP LADIES NAME BRAND clearance'
1845 when Florida became the help develop Keystone Keightsin

27th state. In the past 119 years, Clay County.He DRESS SHOES
Florida has had 16 treasurers.The served three years as mayor .
of Keystone Heights, three .
primary duty of the treas- years as principal of the high REGULAR $12.95 to $16.99 -- .

urer is to pay the state's bills, school, and two years as Clay .
that is, to stand behind all of the County commissioner. ,; -, .

warrants-checks-issued by the I I In 1929 and 1931, he served as r ,, ,
state. In addition, the treasurerIs Clay County representative in 'f" .. __ I
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charged with depositing state the Legislature. He was electedto $
funds !in accepted banks and the Senate from the 29th DiStrict .\
keeping all of the state's securi of Baker and Clay countiesand & ] .
served in the 1933 Legisla -r -

ties.As state fire marshal, the ture. ]
treasurer investigates fires, enforces He resigned following that ses- .
safety regulations, and sion to accept an appointmentfrom $ 86 NURSES WHITE OXFORDS 9
the sale and President Franklin D.
controls storage Discontinued styles assorted
use of explosives and gasoline.As Roosevelt as Florida collector of styles from our regular stock . . . new,$4 9.9 to $6,99 I
internal revenue, a post he held : 1
state insurance commissioner until 1940 when he ran for and ,
the treasurer supervisesthe won the office of treasurer. LADIES SANDALS AND CANVAS SHOES .t. .

licensing of insurance com- During his 23 years in office, :
panies and their agents and ad- Larson was elected president of BROKEN SIZES Including thongs, slip-ens, Buskens . . . ); + $2,00 : ;
justers. He also enforces the three national associations covering : 1

motor vehicle financial responsibility the functions of his office: BOYS AND GIRLS SHOES ,
law which requires motorists The national associations of securities : I
to be financially responsible administrators, insurance The famous Robin Hoods In case they cause dam- commissioners and state from $4.99 to $7.99 . now? 77 TO $ .9.9 .
age, injury or death.In auditors, comptrollers and treas-

addition to these major du- urers. z -.., ;. .
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ties, the treasurer a
22 boards and commissions daughters.and the father of three.. J rck\ tID

which require his constant at- i
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'The Budget Commission board''
of Conservation board of com-

missioners for State Institutions, (r
Board of Education, Board of ..7LcVALU ,
Trustees of the Teacher Retirement f 8Q
Fund, Executive Board of kRIoNoGRAPHs fr
the Department of Public Safety
Trustees of the Internal Im- ,
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provement Fund, Board of Ad- e. x ",
Direct Tax Commission tt
ministration, "# t c az 1
Board of Drainage 0

Commissioners Housing Board, FIRST !' o
Pension Board, Textbook Purchasing
Board Board for Sup
ervision of Form of Bond For' e

Surety Companies. Board for !
Fixing Values of Investment Se- Such a bright match
curities of Trust Companies, < I

Railroad Assessment Board Securities i always says Knits I with such a .
Commission, PurchasIng -
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Commission Personnel 1 F always say

Board, Civil Defense Council : Health-tex' always says .
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Revenue Commission and -
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Outdoor Recreation Commission.
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?Florida's current treasurer is 9 Sleeveless polo shirt and -- Healthtex'Combed
J. Edwin Larson, considered theShe's Jr31.g ; short sets cartwheel right cotton cardigans e....ace

through Spring. 2-plY for baby are doufcV knit the Dashing zippered shorts_
combed cotton knit shirts special Health-tex way and have neat covered tab

On have very .flattering neck. sweetened with embroidery fronts. The happy blending

lines. Shorts have flat fronts Designed with V-necks for of .65% Dacron polyester -

i I The Insider .epeJtOccotutt and elastic backs for neat boys,classic cardigan styles and'35% cotton means you .

: ness.All the spring patterns In white for girls.Washable. just wash. ;then wear them., -

WASHINGTON(c) New York Time- JeanIe and solids that are nice. Sizes:9, 12, 18,24 montps. Solid colors for solid little

Zuckert, daughter of the Sec Perfectly washable. citizens.
retary of the Air Force, is .. o Sizes: 3, 4, 5, 6, ,6X.$2.98 $t.98 Sizes: 4, 5, 6,7,8. $J 98
Queen of the Azalea Festival !- tA
this year in Norfolk Va.
Generally, the daugher of a'' to l TOM SAWYER
political figure is chosen for etw

the event. Last year Peggy s a > KNIT SHIRTS- ."
Goldwater, daugher of the Arizona 'f SALE
senator, wore the Azalea I, -.T .
crown. In 1962 it was Lynda 4'A. '
Bird Johnson. ; itJFANTSSHOES
One evening last week,. the PHONOLO GALAXY "CONSOLETTE" ; ..
unlisted telephone in the Zuck- Multi-Channelstereo phonograph with conso- -
legs fnish.d In brushed chrome...makes this '
ert residence rang and 9?' Nt a portable and a console too Triple source 95 :, .-' ,
Zuckert answered. A girl- n >.' :k.r: *: ish voice asked for Jeanie. DIAMOND needle. Case in black with silver i yO A .
B. 1 ,
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Angered that his daughterhad EASY BUDGET TERMS 4 a Soft sole and semi- :
given any of her friends
the family's unlisted number B. PHONOLA S..YBOLT hard hi-tops. oxfords
Zuckert told the caller to ring Portable. modern 6-
r tilt-down phonograph sandals strops in famous
Jeanie on the publicly listed speaker stereo system Automatic record 954SpMd
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changer and shut-off a Stereo cartridge wtth S
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phone. turnover.DIAMOND needle Includes. 45 RPMadapter 'S 4Ss \ ti A / name brands. Sizes
Jeanie Plays all size records Case beauti
was protesting that as': *S fully covered in metaUic gray with silver trim. 0 to 5 for and
she had not given out the fam- NO MONET DOWN .. boys
ily's unlisted number when .r girls.
the "public" phone
rang.
= C. PHONOLA
The caller was Lynda Bird ASTRONAUT Stock up Boys .
stereo M-fl portable with automatic Sal of F "Johnson. She had read of ? record changer and shut-off......aI4. speakersystem. 95 I
*Jeanie's selection as Azalea ::: .. ....Stereo cartridge. has turnover sapphire 69 SUMMER WALK S
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: Y n dj rtaya sue recortfs. Hand crafted SHORTS 99t fa 19
.Queen and thought some of 4.k';;;'tom s A tarrying case. with removable second speaker.EASY Regular cad tKm .,, 1:149: and 1J9 .
.her 1962 experiences would MONTHLY TE14Ni'C

.be helpful to the 1964 queen. Sin t* 18 .... $2.596. SIZES to'C _
After an amiable chat, Lynda t; 2- pn.. $5 ... 6- TO.. ,;, -- -). ?; _,,- .- .
said: _. ..' ,;-*._.:1t :*' ,'.. ..",...

T "I hope your father Isn't NO MONEY SALE GIRLS DRESSES -
DOWN
:mad at me. I didn't mean to
-do anything wrong, but I had ,
just asked the White House Months To Every size from the smallest right through .to the Teen sizes. Slimmer
styles from our regular stock of
switchboard for home PayUniversity Tiny Towns Cinderella. Young land and

:.number, and that was your the one Ave. young prices you'll juniors.like.Come early because these -are' exceptional- vajue. ? and at
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Learns Behavior Maze presumably because exit'some of the same kind of
Alligator By Using more the explorer sort.they are information about his behavior Busy Maids ,.:
may be obtained as may be ob-
TALLAHASSEE After two experiments is the first by a I Working under the direction of the morning subsequently holes, in the door to an; adjac After an alligator got in the tained for some animals in the There HENDERSON was no ,doubt Ky. that(AP)Hen--
:years running mazes in a Flor psychologist, so.far as is known' Dr. Barron B. Scarborough as- I found they would always get ent room. habit of going either left or Skinner'box, Davidson said. derson's Meter Maids were
ida$tate JJniversity laboratoryseven here: although previous work, sociate professor Of psychology, right at the end of the maze the
So far he
from the heat of the hasn't completelyanalyzed keeping a sharp for traffic
alligators now have has been done with animals, Davidson set his alligators to away After a maximum of 10 to 40 passageway he habitually chose eye .-
been-turned loose to face the lower than the rat which usually running a maze with its four lamp.[ So heat lamps becamethe trials Davidson found that the then was blocked off by a transparent amount of information the considerable violations.
more complicated maze.of path- is used. These animals I foot wide course divided at the aversive stimulus to get alligators consistently began to plexiglass "cul" so that his from They ran out of parking tick
observations.
peep-hole He
ways in the marsh grass of have included e a r t hworms,i exit end into two separate ex. them off down the maze. I leave the maze by the same he'could get to the water and expects to do so in the months
their native Florida habitat. cockroaches, fish and several its.. fish reward only by using the ets.Police
The heat lamp brought the exit-either. the left or the right other ahead as he prepares a doctoral Chief Aubrey Williamssaid
In..the Florida State psychology others.. The famous psychologist To start the animals down the already high room temperature one. In this respect they dif- passageway. I dissertation. He also expects police had to resort to some
'laboratory, the choices fac Yerkes, ran frogs and maze and keep them going of 90 to 94 degrees F. up fered from rats, which in a similar By measuring the alligator's i to conduct some similar experiments -i old ones that were on hand un-
ingthe alligators were simple crabs in a runway having the:Davidson hit upon the idea of to 105 degrees along the floor situation have been found success in learning to use a new j with rats as a check. 'i+til a new shipment arrived. :
left same floor plan as Davidson's. of the maze. At the end of the
ones: turning or right at using heat as a stimulus. He
the end of an eight foot long Psychologists are conducting ran'onto this idea almost by maze the alligators would geta I
runway. several experiments here witha accident. cooling splash into a tank
;Out of his experiments with variety of animals, most of "I had been told alligatorslike and two two-inch shiners to eat, THE, VARIETY STORE'SyK I i
the alligators, however, doctoral them reptiles, and sowhen to sun a great deal and whether they chose left or
student Robert S. Davidson Davidson's all gators were presumably liked heat,"he said. right.
Jr. hopes he has developeda brought here from the Wakulla "To make them comfortable I The "alligators fairly quiclzly "'
new methodology in maze River two years ago their hung a heat lamp about seven would go down the maze and zs 1 !
technique; adding some of the housemates in a converted resi- feet from the floor where we they did so Davidson watched t "7
methodology of the "s k j nner dence, the Sikes House,.were an kept,the. alligators and left it their reflection in an overhesc s I.,:,
I I box," another psychological device -assortment of snakes, turtles burning overnight" mirror In order not to disturb ':" r .

to the two-choice runway. and even a few central American "To my surprise they had all them.by his presence, however ,: h..,, ">. .
His use of alligators for maze iguanas. moved away from the lamp in he watched through peep.. : ;Y' '"
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MEN'S 'here is your. ..:: '
Featuring Super Values :.
FAMOUS MAKE onceayearchance qrrrSHEETSTOWELSDOMESTICS.

(EXCLUSIVELYYOURS ATWILSON'S for I.

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savingson =:

SUMMER OUR OWN BRAND "NOBLE. CRAFT?' .

WEIGHT ; *,<\r',
TEN.O.SIXt. WHITE MUSLIN SHEETS

3 BUTTON i I LOTION
TWIN SIZE((72Ix108"fitted) flat ;
BLENDS I or REG. 2.09, SALE 1.79
I'1JrJ2"" FULL SIZE ((81"xl08") fitted
SUITS by'- -n- xJ or flat REG.229, SALE 1.99

PLEATEDTROUSERS PILLOW CASES REG.55c MAY WHITE SALE ea. 49c !s

SOLID COLORS OR vnseen Has -z "NOBLE CRAFT" WHITE PERCALE SHEETS
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NOVELTY WEAVES Tea-O-Sx gets to Ac root the problem.hdpf heal as itdeacses TWIN SIZE ((72"x108") fitted flat
your*b Ibe first thing in Ifae morning last firing or REG. 2.69 SALE 1.99
Reg. 42.50 at right.Youc fact newer had k so dean.On cafeMa? (81"xl08"
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MAL'32.90 ":',:;j Cosmetics Shop, Street Floor We Made a Most Fortunate Special PurchaseS

SUIT ,: BLOOMCRAFT
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SINGLE TO SOFA PILLOWS
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w 1 SALE 21.88 ARE NOW
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Samsonrte Travel Bag Features SALE 24.88 '
*Hini anywhere. 44" MEN'S TRAVEL CASE,
*Wide zip-open doors. Reg. 39.50 ............ SALE 29.88 OUT THECOUNTRY
20 DOZEN **Salts fley-dulyzjpper. 54" LADIES BAG, Reg. 47.50 ,
i--- SALE 34.88 .
SPECIALLY
PURCHASED *Luxury-lined. AT 2.99-5.99
MEN'S *Extra packing space bottom. Floor
COMBED
COTTON
ShopStreet
*Separate zippered compartment Luggage MAY DAYS
SPORT SHIRTS

SOLIDS, CHECKS AND PLAIDS. FAMOUS MAKE SALE PRICED AT
IVYS, TRADITIONAL AND SHIRT-JAC STYLES. BOYS SIZE 6-20 b
y
SPECIAL 3/7.00 SHORT SLEEVED Infant's Sunsuits JUST 1.99 1 & 2.99

COMPARE WITH OTHER SHIRTS OF IN SEERSUCKER. GINGHAMS
THESE FABRICS AT COTTON J W4A'J FABRICS INCLUDE VELVETS, FAILLES,
SPORT
HIGHER
PRICES!
& BROADCLOTHS. BOY OR LINENS, TAPESTRY, COTTONS, ACETATESSHIRTS
GIRL STYLES. M-XL (6 mos. & COMBINATIONS.
200 PAIRS MEN'S
to 2 yrj.) BUTTONED OR PLAIN EMBROIDERED OR
Dacron/Wool 's: SOLID or PATTERNED. jfJjjJfl STITCHED. EVEN CREWEL-WORK & TRAPUNTO.
or Rayon & Nylon REG. 1.99 THE BEST SELECTION WE'VE HAD!
REG. 1.99, MAY Floor
DRESS SLACKS SPECIAL 1.59 2 for 3.00 Home Furnishings-
;
'1I1; SALE 1.59; 23.00Boys7
PLAIN OR PLEATED FRONT 4 INFANT'S WHITE PASTEL su. .
SIZES 28 TO 42 FITTED CRIB SHEETS <4

.100 PAIRS REG. 1.00 .
REG. ,
8.95-9.95 ;p." ;
JJ BOYS, 6-16 SALE 77cINFANTS ..

MAY DAYS SALE WALKSHORTS

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7.99 : HAND MADE
SOLID OR PATTERNED
DIApERSHIRT '=
Normal! Alterations Free' : REG.2.993.99MAYSALE 500 YDS.1SPECIAL
g SETSSLEEVELESS '' .
1 1.99 :
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:JUST Floor SHIRT C Ps ) -
ShopSteet & PANTIE: SETS IN
WHITE & PASTELS. 8
,
100 PAIRS PURCHASE
DAINTY EMBROIDERY & APPLIQUES. BOY'OR
TODDLER & LITTLE GIRL! STYLES TO 12 MONTHS.
f, MEN'S BOYS 24 & 3-6x ut4r 1 ) REG. 29UP SALE OF
PLAIDTODDLER'S SHORT'N SET ) SALE 1.59,2for3.00 ARNELCOTTONS
-
DENIM & 4a.
SEERSUCKER SET with INFANTS' AND. TODDLERS' "
COTTON extra pair of pants, SUMMER PJ's ..................... SOLID OR "*
F
3 Styles, Sizes 2-4. PRINT 1 PC. (9-12Mos.) &2 PC. (1-4( Yrs.) CHECKS PLAIDS,
SWIM SPECIAL ,..... 1.99 SET SALE 1.59; 2 for 3.00 SOLIDS & FLORALS
LITTLE
'i BOYS'DENIM FOR SLACKS, JACKETS,
TRUNKS SHIRT'N FAMOUS MAKE' SHORTS, CULOTTES AND
SHORTS SETS,2 Stylesincluding SKIRTS
SPECIAL popularJoeShirts. + INFANT SEAT.
3-6x. %fi COMPARE THESE FABRICS
SPECIAL Light Plastic Frame,.
1.99 SET
Q 259 with arntl/cottons
; Cushion Pad./ Whiter" at 1591.99_
LITTLE BOYS SHORT SLEEVED PRINTED 1 ..
2 prs.: 5.00Mtn's I PJ's Reg.ZOO-Z25, .. SALE 1,59, 2/3.00 J REG. 6.99 79c yard
SALE 3.99.
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j LEFT: TODDLERS, LITTLE GIRLS & GIRLS
PIQUE, DENIM GINGHAM JUST UNPACKED
+ SHIFTS
,o. SOLIDS, CHECKS & NOVELTY PRINTS $j 150 DRESSES
A 1 to 3, 3 to 6x, 7 to 14 '

'J& MAY SALE SPECIAL 1.99 I

I4 T ((f\\ t': JAMAICA SHORTS FOR T Misses,Women's Juniors'

3 \UtLt'GIRLS OF ALL AGES, I s*) SPECIALLY PURCHASED
TO 14 & 8-14
jwP ,1 irryi j: DACRONCOTTONJAMAICAS FOR THIS
.:orsE,
MAY DAYS SALE!
3-14 GIRLS, Reg. 1.99 ( I
SALE 1.59, 2/3.00 r ; \
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. 73 ;j YOUNG JR., 8-14, '

L MAe SALE. 2.50 1.99ODDLERS' \\\ ORIG. 8.99-10.99 SALE 7.99


LITTLE t.ONE GROUP,
STRAWS )
A GIRL'S & .
.. "/jT ORIG.12.93MAY Itt98 T( LITTLE GIRL'S. GIRL'S GIRLS F JJ F ORIG. 149917.99 SALE 12.99

Cr YOUNG JR'S.
SALE FAKESL.0p8
SUMMER PAJAMAS BOTH GROUPS INCLUDE THE

Batiste' broadcloth &
LATEST SUMMER FASHIONS IN
Come right downto Wilson's and pick yourself seersucker. Long or SWIM SUITS
shorty styles. ,(Famous makers disc. SHEATH, FULL SKIRT & PLEATED
a lovely linen-weave straw to keep you cool,
GIRLS pp14' Reg. \ styles) Solids & Prints. STYLES. SLEEVELESS OR WITH
hats' .
crisp and fashionable. These are truly .
3-6x, Orig. 3.98-6.98,
SALE 1.59-1.99 j
to flatter you on every occasion SLEEVES. SOLIDS OR PRINTS.
y'all come now! YOUNG JR'S. 8-14. SALE 2.99 FABRICS INCLUDE"WHIPPED CREAM"DACRONCOTTONS
Reg. 3.00-4.00 N 2-14, Orig. 4987.98,
Millinery I SIIO -2nd Place SALE 2/5.00 j: SALE 3.99MOTHER'S COTTONS & VOILES.

Little Girls, Girls & Young Jrs. Shop.slreet Floor 2nd Floor
.;. Dress Shop
DAY IS :t,":: .

MAY BUDGET DRESSES MAY DAY SALE OF

10th SHEATH OR FULL SKIRTS,

SLEEVELESS OR WITH SLEEVES SPORTSWEAR
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Forget MAY DAYS J tOJ (Disc. Styles) 1 & 2 PC. i"

-_ Her! / SWIM SUITS st i
SALE 4.99
lY
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}, ."' '' PLAIN UAi t (j Specially Purchased forM g ;

: ,, \ OR 72 FAMOUS : \\ This Sale
.11rt s
4 H ,.
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:i 'ir- MAKE COTTON 1 Orig. 13.95-19.95

SEAMLESS I 4I MAY SALE 9.99 '
NYLONS UNIFORMS c

40 LADIES TEE SHIRTS. 1iJ
BUY 3OCI9.. 8.98-12'98 ff REG. 3.96-5.98, .......... SALE 1.99

GET 1 FREE MAY DAYS II 171' 100 LADIES SHORTS, J Jr

1 1.99 box REG. 4.98-8.98 ...... SALE 2.99

,, SHAgs 48 SALE 5.99 108 LADIES SLACKS & ,
/-11.
2 )7f .
: .sue PEDAL PUSHERS,
Hosiery ShopBudget Dresses REG. 3.98-9.98 ......... SALE 3.99 j -
Street Floor Floor
GRAND Uniforms-21"1
&
V S'5 JVw""ius>S Floor
FOR MOM Iii Sportswear Shop2nd

ON HER BRAS & GIRDLES

DAY MAY, 10th! I F lliI111\lli\ III I BY A FAMOUS MAKER HOLLYWOOD WHOSE- S /4 MAY SALE DAYS .Fri:Sct.

;., LABEL YOU'LL RECOGNIZE
y IMMEDIATELY (THO' WE ( Ladies Fashion Shoes Drasticaly. ReducedYOUTH
FORMSHADOWPANEL L1 CANT MENTION IT HERE!)

SALE PRICED '
NGMAY
DAYS SELL !
REG. 7.99 TO 9.99... 5.90

( W( LEFT: PEPPERMINT STRIPED REG. 10.99 TO 12.99 .. 8.90
,
'LjuI LI1\\ GIRDLES, reg. 4.95
U L (U) SALE 2.99 S ,.. $ REG. 13.99 TO 16.99 .. 10.90

f1w Lycra and nylon knit > REG. 16.99 TO 21.99. 14.90 1 .
NYLON TR'ICOT WITH LAVISH ted in vertical stripe pot.
si tern same as brief style
LACE & EMBROIDERY TRIM 1Z Legs are self edged. S
Four detachable garters. ,A.t" AIr'from regular stock.
3 STYLES TO SELECT FROM! _
(Leg length same as -
{. (I', : All .
and Summer
L-88)), Spring styles.Ion.
Ny-
ORIG. 3.99 pantie. Spandex.style <".. ....


SALE 2.99 STRAPLESS BRAS.'- of '' \: ".: \

(BY THIS SAME TOP HOLLYWOOD .
'
r FOUNDATIONS MAKER. EACH PIECE "
3 DAYS ONLY ;
: ',WITH ITS ORIGINAL LABEL & TICKET. SUMMER CASUAL SPECIAL'OUR
OWN "NAN NOBLE" i x' REG. 5.95
'.' 3.00 FOR 3 DAYS
.
NYLON TRICOT SALE 3.99
REG. 4.99 TO'6.99 VALUES i

.::_:- BRIEF PANTIES Nylon Alencon lace underwired. Unusually low '.. White or Natural '' .t ,. t i
plunge front. Featherweight synthetic foam pads. : t
', ELASTIC LEG STYLE V'd back of exclusive knit holds the garment firmly t d: J !
i in place with complete comfort. Lightly boned at ;. ; ;' ; ,/: i
REG._ 79c 3 DAYS ONLY sides,dainty lace edging. 100% nylon.Foundations. .J"j; ) } t
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: LADIES SPORTSWEARMay \ High POLITICAL PROFILES -f"- .. :--' --:

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: ; Festival Sale! ,I = .t SAl!

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::1 SAVE UP TO : Running With 'Noble'Money' Only . -. '-
Summer -

: L .13 I i By CHARLES STAFFORD ,,3 million dollars, if necessary, to attend every commission playing the High campaignsong HATS 1/2 PRICE :- :
to win the race. meeting. I've never missed one "Hey Look Me Over," the -
; Robert King High is runningfor .; : :
I vet. candidate began a tour of Tampa's Whites Included .
much noble -
; governor on a- shoestring. "There isn't that .
I In front of hotel,
L : He calls it "noble money." He.money around," High said. "} the, Mayor] cigar factories. t tHigh
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and Mrs. the small
SHIFTS I mUllion : High- red 1 Spring & Summer "Vi-.
says it is the only kind he candidate cannot accept a -, '
head and the tiny blonde = moved quickly among
wants. dollars without making DRESSES & SUITS OFFPRICEr
:H SKIRTS commitments which are detri-:climbed into a car driven by the machines and down the tables .' --
This attempt of the Miami
Robert Florio, the insurance .
Tampa Americans .
Cuban
of where
the
interests -
mental
! major to travel economy classto to the and motel executive who One Lot Peter Pan l' ..-
fK\i SLIM the governor's' mansion in state. 'heads his Tampa Bay cam- patiently rolled tobacco into per- 2- -..

! Ifl PANTS Tallahassee is one notable facetof "I am going to do as muchas I I paign. i fectly shaped cigars. SILFSKIN i BRAS

I $ his campaign. I can with noble money, and High, a careless packer, had: "Es un placer conocerlo," he
There are others: then I will do no more." [shaved with Clampitt's razor. I would tell a worker. "Yo neces-
BAGS High pounds the state's side- High said he had never spent His socks-he had failed to ito su apojo." (It is a pleasureto -LAN1 UR'\ \ ;
walks looking for votes, and than in his four )'
more $5,200 I pack extra ones -had been meet )'ou. I need your help.
/ .2 Piece avoids the by-ways and cow bids for the mayor's job. At the rinsed out the night before by I smiled "Si." W. University Ave. Use Central Charge
"Si they i
paths.
1 mid point of the governor'sjrace Mrs. High. '
Coordinates This concentration on the urban he said, he had collected I He lacked a collar pin. ;I. This obvious was. -High-ground.- --- ---.-
votes is dictated by his in- to $70,000.
only $50,000
sistence on reapportionment to Florio stopped in front of a
: \ LightWeight give the cities more legislative.! "That's only as much as Hay- men's shop and sent an aideafter THURS. -, -
don Burns spent in his last
; 1 his identification the man. He's always
representation by -
for of .Jack FRI. AND '
as the four-time mayor of campaign mayor 'losing them."
'1r Suits Miami. :sonville;' he said. I The. candidate arrived at his SAT. :t"t
-- "I think it's time that a ceil- destination '
: High's campaign entourage is a 'women's. coffee.,
ban-American areas. For' here, ing be put on campaign expen- neatly groomed. LARGE SELECTION MANY STYLES
Blouses
iii. his command of Spanish gives ditures," High said. He said he Holding a microphone in his
,- ,him a leg up on other candi)I doesn't know what the ceiling hand, High spoke to a hundred -
', 3 Piece dates. 1 1i ':should be, "but I do know thata women across a motel swimming S399! S499
million dollars is not reason- pool. SKIRTS
is1
i High's campaign entourage:
II f- Coordinates "
.. ., 'modest, normally including only able or'proper. t .The setting was beautiful, butit
.1 him and.his publicity man, Fred! High, like all the candidates, worried him. $ ,
I .
_
':, I' Reduced for this. ; ? :. ,Clamputt. I II I had been putting in a 14 to 16 My hands mean a lot to me $599. R.
..; special event. .. I They travel in a private plane,)hour day campaigning, but he in trying to put over a point," Values $5.95 to $10.98 -
Selected Groups loaned by a group of Miami)showed I no signs of wear. Part he said. Holding a microphone .
men who are buying it, Clam-I of each day must be devoted to impedes me." He said he likes ".
Sale Starts Thursday 9, a.m. ;pitt says. At the'controls. one!his duties as mayor. .He said he to be near his audience.But USE CENTRAL CHARGELEBBYE'S
Open Friday'til 9 of a group of commercial pilots keeps in touch with his Miami after his talk-delivered
p.m who have volunteered their days I"office."It's. in a persuasive voice that, in
,J :. Free Parking At Rear'of'StoreSamas' off to the High campaign. .,,a problem,** he said, its union of his native Tennessee -
: Over an eggs and sausage I!'but I absolutely made the determination and his adopted Florida,
breakfast at the beginning of a I before I announcedthat has lost any trace of regional
:campaign day in Tampa, High I would make every effort dialect-a matron told High:
I came here ,as a guest today.I .
:explained his campaign: :j Free Parking In First Federal Lot
"Observers and political writ was for Burns, but now I'm, '
to vote for NEXT TO FLORIDA THEATRE
: ers often assess a candidate's Fertilizer going you.
I!strength on the amount of money Followed by a sound truck

1f 41dtt t 'i You he are has. This equating is a mistake.political' Makers In swswsv' .'+rs ,g aw".y3c w ww .xcm ,

strength with the amount of
I money he is able to collect by
225 West University Are. FR 6-3502 I making commitments." High'GearWASHINGTON ;
j He said some of his opponentshave ,
boasted they would spend (AP) The .WOOLWORTH'
Agriculture Department reportsthe i
fertilizer industry is expanding .
its capacity to produce anhydrous -
LITTLE :LEAGUES! ammonia to meet in-
creasing demands of farmers. A 7 I
Come in and see our Little League Display big expansion in use of fertilizer ,
,Quality Merchandise at SPECIAL PRICESNo has contributed greatly to MAY I
record crop production in re- II
( Imports!) ,cent years. II I

FREE! Little I A said Ij I
League Rule Books report the estimated 4

GLOVES by MacGregor and Nokona, ;:monia capacity plants of 75 and anhydrous new construction am-- j

MITTS Basemans and Catchers : are expected to increasethe BLOCK BUSTERS
BATS BALLS capacity to 86 million tons 1 1i
the end of this i
by
CAPS SHIRTS SOCKS -' year. ?,

Little League Shoes by MacGregorThe I 1 The department said enough 4f !. .
Ideal Trainer For I
Batting Practice ,I
THE I'
PLACE HITTER
',tal capacity to over 10 million


JIMMIE HUGHES SPORTING GOODS I tons.A.rush by farmers to obtain LIkiI > (,

:fertilizers is about to get underway TASTY 29c
the department said, add- h by 1
Northcentral Florida's Sporting Goods Headquarters I;ing that presumably the big in- ORANGE SLICES kt 1f f
1113 University Are. FRanklin 2-8212 ,.crease in fertilizer production
Offsrreet Park In Rear Of Store this year will be sufficient to ( f., SAVE C ,..,...-
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meet farmers' demands this 10c Ib.
I \ t69c

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\ 33c MESH tMI.TOE

v *- Striped cotton knit with {
} crew neck, short sleeves.
Red, blue, green, brown. Sizes 412. ti QUALITY. j
THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY

One Group Spring and Summer
,
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DRESSES..1/3 OFF TAILORED t

r r FASHION EARRINGS ,t

ONE GROUP NTLUN iI it I

I MATERNITIES 1/3 iI
OFF ) I
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::: ,; ROBES AND SHIFTS + 3+ sp : pr.sx .I
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r Reg. $5.95 .................... NOW $4.95 fs t '' Attractive mettlhcs with," the
important"brushed look many
0 Reg. $7.95 -................... NOW $6.95 :: ,. E with simulated pearls. Gold; (

Reg. $8.95 ...-............... NOW $7.95 tone, silver tone. \\i&Tf J V 44"

: Reg. 10.95 .................... NOW $9.95 ...... PR.f
/ Reg. $12.95 .................. NOW $11.95 "- : .

Lustre Cream REGULARLY 49 f

USe YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE Hair
: 99 Spray t
FREE PARKING IN-, ." : C Lovely.nylons. at,. practically a giveaway price!
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.. FIRST FEDERAL J 's., ."4 FOR AN APPETIZING SAVE Jt EL g Seamless sheer demi-toe mesh always a fashbah

FREE! _.?.. MEAL OR SNACK 33c \orite.New flattering colon,sizes 8a? to 1L |5 4::I
PARKING LOT ,
SILVER DOLLAR i :," smart;scoop op a wardrobe Even at their regulw-
VISIT A WOOLWORTH'S Plus Tax '**
One Silver Dollar will be given \\ price,they're a terrific buy! '
to ail of our customers who ; -
!
buy $20 merchandise or more. 1\ r LUNCH DEPARTMENT Special formula res new ..-
REGISTER FOR FREE 1 \ z shine and control, safe .
DOOR PRIZE I / 1 Phone FR 6-6348 for dry or bleached hair :..
No Purchase Necessary. / ( 105 W. Unir. Ave I
You do not have to be present
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BUY NOW FOR MOTHERS DAY FOR THE FIRST TIME
BIG VA LUE. The magic of music. The magic of an
Organ AND the magic of PORTABILITY. '

MAY DAY SALE ONLY -
All Transistor PORTABLE]
K -- 28 QT I2"xl2"xl6 Lowrey
1st Quality
.
rr7 : NYLON HOSE AND ONLY
PORTABLE ICE CHEST Glorious Hi-Fi 12" custom
designed speakers&30 watt
PICNICGRILLENJOY I
DELICIOUS OUTDOOR COOKING I I I high output amplifier 2Pair $5 9 5
MADE EASIER with this lightweight fam- 3 2 00 keyboards 13 note pedal-
ily-size Portable Grill Lightweight I Box board-swell pedal many
other quality features.
Yet Sturdy 1 7 7 Bench Extra
.
10x24 1
FOAM STYRENE SINGLE PAIR 69c
Chromium Grill 2 98 : with Metal Handle. Mesh or Plain Knit SEE IT TRY IT .
Easy to carry. : with or without seams NOW AT


I I I LGUIf Hardware 'I NEISNERS, Inc. I I I I BAKERS ]I I i'I GRIDLEY MUSIC I I


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SPECIAL BUYS j.T. OPEN


3 DAYS ONLY _____ __ TIL 9 p. m.

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GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
G 5 C I
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: May Days Savings For Baby HERE'S A BARGAIN THAT WILL
.1
I FAMOUS NAME \. REALLY KEEP YOUR HAIR IN PLACEr
/ !r
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SETS _ I BEAUTIFUL HAIR
IMP 1
Boys Girls Sizes S-M-L-XL : BRECK

Reg.. 3.99 _ __ _
HAIR-SET MIST
I You Deserve the Best .. Now S fir H Is International
2 6 7 .In Bartering-That'sMORRISON'S: Do All Your Laundry At Once REG. 2.00 VALUE I i
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Day or Night-At Low Cost. S&H I
[Easy-Care Dacron & Cotton Topper with 11-oz. 47 C Limit 2
ALL SIZE WASHERS GREEN STAMP :
: e PleaseMAY
.
Matching Waterproof Lined Panties I *
Barber Shop 8 Ib.-16 .-25 Ib.-45 lb. Center
t Assorted pastels colors- fancy trimming. Redemption DAYS SPECIAL!
Open 8 A.M.-5.-30 P.M. I
? POWELL'S The Only Stamp Plan

: BELK-LINDSEY I CLOSED WED AT NOON COIN-OPERATED by Good GUARANTEED Housekeeping W. T GRANT

"We take personal interest in LAUNDRY OPEN 9-5 Mon. Thru
your well groomed look" Sat.!




: Your Gracious Host Presents .
BY POPULAR REQUEST

DAYS MAY SPECIAL'SGOOD WE'RE REPEATING OUR

e,. THURS.- FR1.-SAT. FABULOUS OFFER
I.',
Deliciaus. CAR fj-raj LUBE ql
I Baked Chickenwith 53"
Yellow Rice WASH 1S'{ JOB Candy & Fruit Dish
50 FT. /"TUFT, PLIABLE Baked
\ UNBREAKABLE. CRYSTAL PLASTIC
PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE Meat Loaf 48t 3.50 Looks Like Hand Cut Glass
with Onion Gravy
Value 1 5 0 With Covers
Brass Couplings for Durability' Large Wedge COCONUT I 12t Both ForThurs.Fri.Sat. .

VALUE Cream Pie ., Apr. 30, May 1 & 2 I 99C Customer Limit 1 To PleaseGORDON'S

$1.49 99c PARK LANE I L ED CELLON'S I

LIGGETT DRUG 1 F CAFETERIA ]I II 66" SERIVCE i JEWELERS J






MAY DAYS SAVINGS ON
MAY DAYS SPECIAL DRESS
MENS BOYS -
SLACKS
LADIESBLOUSES _t
Reg. 7.99 Pr. and CHILDRENS


= Reg 1.99 ea. R-C COLA > 2 Pre $1100 SOCKS


1 5 9 Dacron Polyester & Rayon- Absorbent Cotton Reinforced for Wear
i 24 BOTTLE CASE 16 0% Bottles: ) Tropical weight Wash & WHITE and SOLID COLORS
Wear. G.E. Silicone finish.
Roll-Up Sleeves Sleeveless Ivy, no pleat or single pleat '
c.. models with belt I .
9 cops. 4 97c
9
Size 30-38 Deposit Popular colors. Sizes 29.42.PRINTSCHECKS'SOLIDS PAIR/
FREE Cuff AlterationsWOODROW'S

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t t i l That "Well Dressed" feeling that adds Z
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t I ? & can be yours now at cool savings . .,e. ; ,

E New Season Styles Fine Tailoring,

,( A v t +,i A ; F'G: ti } Pppular shades and patterns in wide range y

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MANY STYLES -- EASY CARE FABRICS .
EXCITING PRINTS SOFT PASTELS

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HAND PICKED, IN SIZES FOR EVERYONE! HANDKERCHIEFS

We pkked the cream of the crop!You'll find slim sheaths,full skirts,Jacket dresses, 10 69* Compare at 9 ... t
shirt dresses, dressy dresses. Prints, pastels, deeptones in cottons, Dacron' forpclester t '
crepes: Dacron polyesterand-cottoa blends, Arnel triacetate-and. -. '= d f t .
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I ,white shorts;chambray shirt,seer vent, in Galey & Lord Dacron poly- i
l sucker shorts; striped chambray! shirt, ester-and-cotton or new "flax lock" ;I
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4 I On Boy's Dick Lagasse was recently on graduation from flying train-,during recruit training. He will
r promoted to the rank of Lieut- ing at Lareod AFB, TeL now be assigned to Camp Le-: VtKN
enant Commander, U. S. Navy. Lieutenant Mitchell flew the june, N.C. for combat infantry' SAVE 55CON NEWEST EASY-CARE
& Girl'sApparel LCDR Lagasse is the ,son of newest jet trainers and received training.
Doctor and Mrs. Felix S. Lagesse -special academic and military .
of Route 1. Gainesville. training during the course. He I
After graduation from the University is being reassigned to Columbus SSMt-
of Florida in 1954, La- AFB, Miss., to fly KC-135 Strato-
$1 gasse accepted a Navy commis- tanker aircraft. :
:I A sion and has been on active The lieutenant was named
rGIRLS duty since that time. Designated distinguished military graduateand P LoY, e s1
COTTONSLACKS a Naval Aviator in 1957, he was commissioned throughthe 0I I 1tp art aril S ovsn9 Grmits-oirn
$100 served two tours of duty with Reserve Officers Training I .yeq 1o t torn i1y p4 t s130 KHNIEIGH*PREMIUM QUALITY
Anti-Submarine Warfare Patrol Corps program at the UF where aced ,
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Squadrons based at Jackson- he received his degree in archi- dal SHORT-SLEEVE STYLES

Sizes 3 to 7 ville tecture. He is.a member of Tau Crown Kiser FOR STUDENTS AND MEN
i Lieutenant Commander La- Kappa Epsilon.
70 Girls' Dressy 1 gasse is married to the former Second Lieutenant Phillip W.'
Jane A. Lovitt of Burrton, Kan- Kiser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
: t DRESSES ; sas. The Lagasse's and their Nathaniel D. Jones, data systems E. Kiser of 1045 NE 13th, t s aSSi a'r' .fir'r Stile 2.44

f four children are residing in technician third class, US- PL, Gainesville, Fla., is being '
ft Norfork, Va. while he is attached N, son of Mr. and Mrs. David N.I reassigned to March AFB,I| : REGULARLY 2.99A
35 Girl's Bathing Suits to the Staff of Commander Jones of 745 North Waldo Rd., Calif., following his graduation!' >
( Sizes Fleet Air Wings, U.S. Atlantic graduated last month from the from the Air Force Institute of i) Cotton Broadcloth Shirt-Jac
1 L OFF Fleet. Naval Tactical Data Systems Technology's course in applied .
Adjustable side-tabs trim
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3to14 2"TSHIRTS ,School Naval Schools Command, engineering at Wright-Patterson; f '
Ns z 'Mare Island, Vallejo, Calif. AFB, Ohio. j! 'f 4 t c E Hi-boy Automatic collar washable,chest pocket,keeps fit
s He studied the theory of
oper- The nine-week course, design-, '
Cirl's l :II Popular vertical stripes S-M-L
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equipment and computer pro- applied mechanical, electricaland .
i I gramming. industrial engineering, is s { Pullover style,3 button-front
offered to officers entering as-I }. 11 w I Italian-style collarWashhangwear
Girl's Marine Private First Class signments in the civil engineering Z
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SHORTS $100 Howard Crown, son of Mrs. Earl: field. I
R. Jernigan of 310 NW 15th Ave., The lieutenant, a graduate of; x AW Straight Iop SlInglou._ 1,9'l
3-7 Lagassee Mitchell
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was meritoriously promoted recently -Gainesville High School, received -: si
t i Second Lieutenant Samuel P. on graduation from reemit his bachelor of landscape I! .H14rmPl

fljl r I Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. training at the Marine architecture degree from the j ><0 IlL.. .
BOY'S Samuel P. Mitchell Sr. of 3860 Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island UF and was commissioned 1 so 0DZ.,.
SW Archer Road, has been S.C. through the Reserve Officer l RO tuTs.. ?
4t t' ilV BERMUDAS S awarded the silver wings of a! He was promoted*because of Training Corps program there I c DENIM SURFERS S-T-R-E-T-C-H
INCLUDING WHITE United States Air Force pilot up-,his outstanding performance in 1963. I
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8 to 16 Slims and Regulars j

t', Reg. 2 $450 $239 14 Men Jailed in Britain's Great Train! per Cotton,button-r>wylon.side or fly rout zip Sale 2.9 Y M

$2.98 Pr.BOY'S I Navy,sand or whiteMisses'StolS

I ; i COTTON SHORT SLEEVED Robbery, But $6 Million in Loot MissingBy I Fashion Sunglasses,narrow panorama REGULARLY_____1.00 3.99 ';: C

I I I SPORT SHIRTStl JOHN GALE The raid last August on the. The rest bad among them run -- A

3 night mail train hurtling up 40 convictions for such
R ego $198 LONDON (AP-A tip from through sleepy Buckinghamshire -; crimes as 'burglary, assault, o GIRLS1 WASH-EASY.COnON .
tl $2.98 herdsmen John Maris gave en route from Scotland to fraud, shopbreaking, assaulting ,
JAMAICA SHORT SETS ti
Scotland Yard its first big
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in the train rob-
break great
tragedy. Engine driver Jack I convicted train robbers Sanforized tailored t I
J bery. Mills, 57, was badly beaten took their secrets to prison with shirts,shorts;7-14 Sale 1.67V I
after Maris led
But months Side or back zippers !
around the head. He is unlikely -
,I t Boys' Size 8 to 16 police to the gang's lonely hide- to work again. I them search and for the police remnants press of their the Side tabs;pockets REGULARLY 1.99 I
farm
J BERMUDA SETS $498 he out is on still a Buckinghamshire waiting to collect his, Said Trial Judge Edmund gang and the hidden loot. Girls Wraparound Sunglasses 39

I With Matching BeltsBoy's share of the reward. Davies. as he handed down sentences -I Senior detectives continue to''
t April 16: "let us clear LITTLE GIRLS 3x6X
This will be paid in full only assert that more arrests are imminent
It, romantic notions of
after the loot is recovered and away any but are not so optimistic
t COTTOK SUN DRESSES
t All Wool dare devilry. I :
publicly about getting the ,
the case is closed. money
: r. SPORT COATS $1 0 On present indications, Maris 'This is nothing more than a back privately, they swap! Little or no ironing-Spaghetti

rI I Broken Sizes Vol. to'$23 and others who have helped sordid crime of violence. Leniency numerous theories about the Tie or Button Shoulder Style SALE 84 ,
would be a positively evil whereabouts of the loot. I
along the way are in for a long t
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The train robbers escapedwith Thirty-year terms followed for Maris before there is a further! 11 -k4 CrC1l&oOlClI
$7,280,000. Apart from seven of 12 accused men. Five II break in the case. I PDlHlElGHs PREP
unloaded the others drew terms of to 25 Maris detected
$840,000 either by up suspicious activity -! + SANFORIZED COTTON HEAVY-WEIGHT
I ;ang or recovered by the police years, while two more men', at Leatherslade Farm, the'i WALK SHORTS OR K TWILL SLACKS..
'the loot is still missing. were jailed for shorter periods gang's remote hideout isolated!,
Fourteen men have been at a later trial on receiving one-half mile up a dirt track\ DECK PANTS FOR BOYS J Sale 2.54-
charges., IS road 20 miles
j jailed for terms totaling more from the robbery t
.than 300 years The thieves have The main trial exposed_the scene. The farmhouse windows i I TIx Sale 1.74 s REGULAUY2.99M&fiislS .
been stripped of much of their i gang not as talented amateursthe had been blacked out. i II &
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i -tots teet'S I glamor and the English courts sort of people Britons often Maris told the police of his, 100% long wearing cotton 'II! I .
\AW have shown' their determinationto appreciatebut as hardened suspicions and they swooped.! Woven plaid shorts solid I Slim trim Western
stamp out'big-tune crime by crooks. Only two of the 12-attorney The gang had fled but the farm-: deck pants with split cuff f styling Cotton.Sanfor .
10 East University Phone FR 2-4061 the sternest measures at their John 'Vl eater and his house was covered with finger 1 Newest styling 6 to 18 ized to keep perfect fit.
disposal. managing clerk, Brian Field- and palm prints that led to sev-i t say s*to-Wraparound- Onl, 91 v' Adjustable 11_d't..._ for
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II Old Was 'Haphazard' 'Charge-It'.No-money- down..30- days' or-- months. .to pay. -

:t When the first meeting of the.in conjunction with a workshopon 'W' -T.' R : T-.... .'- ... : fi' ',

it state advisory committee for education in dentistry at the GAINESVILLE' SH- G CENTER O"P.E.N93'O"a.m. -'T"-p-.-m..
THURSDA Y-fRI DAY-SATURDAY dental the iversity of Florida is being held 0'PPI"N' -
planning a college at ,
and tomorrow.
i Included is a select group of Dresses. Sportswear, and Lingerie. Sizes for ;University of Florida was calledto ,
order at the University i
'Misses 8 to 20, Juniors 5 to 15, Women's lOVi to 22r/ :
Health Center recently, it pioneere'd -

an epoch of a'very dif- .

DRESSES ,ferent order from Florida's'.
+ SPORTSWEAR 'early dental history. SPEND and SAVE :

: Before 1840, according to "75, ,
i ONE GROUP Years of Dentistry" written byHeen :
: S. Haines and Dr. Rob- your money where it does
Styles for casual l. street and Vz price '::ert Thoburn and published by

cocktail wear. the University of Florida Press,,
4 dentistry in the South and par-
ticularly in Florida was as unscientific YOU THE MOST GOOD!

iI $Sold.98gtoat$26.93 $1600May :I as it was haphazard. ,

Sale . LINGERIE i Each dentist made his own,I
drugs, dental materials, and instruments -I
and obtained Ii i I
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S By Son Souci tailored and lace trim ,placement teeth from battle- You wouldn't save your money under the flooring -
fields, morgues and animals.! E would )
ONE GROUP I 1 you get a friendly, dependable bank
and
Antiseptics anesthetics
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Pajamas, Baby Dolls, Night were 1
Sold reg. at 33-1 unknown. Dentistry was looked: 11 to make your money grow. Be equally careful about
$29.98 to$49.98 3 OFF Gowns and Hospital Gowns sets and :upon as a trade, and those treat-' Oj how you spend it. 'especially WHERE you spend
Sale . t
May ,ing or extracting infected teeth
separates. .were trained through II 'V it! Money spent out of town is gone forever. BUT

', as in any other apprenticeships trade-;: part of every dollar you spend at home STAYS at
''requiring specific skill r home, where it can help to build a better communityfor

S 33 3 % offSPRING After studying for several; you and your family help to maintain and

years with a preceptor, the improve essential civic facilities. You do yourselfthe
SUITSBy ;young dentist, often with less most good when you
'than a grade-school education,
was ready to practice. Even : : =
then: the barber, the midwife,' -
HOSIERY the conjurer, and most especially SHOP AND SAVE AT HOME
Dalton, Corlye Cadilac, Friedmont. the blacksmith skilled in the (,

and Continental in wool fabric and art of wielding a pair of "pull- '1 t.

double knit. Regular $49.98 to $75.98 By McCallum: in seams and seamless I ,ed ikins," were as the as likely dentist to be call- your banking at your friendly home town bank Ii:..e.i ,
Sold regularly at $1.35 and $1.65. upon to treat'
unbearable toothache.

No gentlemanly dentist would!I
33 off Sale 89 dare recognize a lady in
lie people would FRIENDLY
say be PUb-I
put in false teeth for her. Ic> r I ct &
dentist had an engagement to, SERVICE

OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL 9 insert several teeth for a young! _ ,
,lady, he would sneak around her i
house just at daylight, go in a!{ NATIONAL BANK At GAINESVILLE .
:rear door to a back chamber .
C where he would work an day, FREE S,4
vt' :and then make his departure i.:
::under cover of darkness. i MEMBER FEDERAL INSURANCE CORPORATION
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er MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE WITH NATION WIDE-FACILtTIES PARKING {i :
The first meeting of the state:
advisory MEMBER FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP : ;
committee for ..
plan-j!
North Side on Square S ;;ning a dental college at the Ui:'j -, '..- -......'. 4.-
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j iversity of Florida is being held! /

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South would have no cause',to Cash ? I store and laid down her pur-i'her. "Would you mind taking it
i grieve if the contract failed: In Carson Vs.Commercials Carry
-te N'w York Ttaw East West would chases and the money. up front?"
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: I III t case LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) A "My goodness," the wo man "I
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; -> be able to make two
Brii1g surely hearts.On tiny, elderly woman walked to Tm having trouble with this protested. "I'm afraid it's much
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ALAN TRUSCOTT i the cneckout stand at a drug- cash register," the clerk told too heavy for me."
., NORTH (D) the face of it, South
tors at the World Teamolympiad .4Q106 should make three diamonds .
which starts here onIMay ,4 without exerting himself. The /
1, will have ideal facilities + AQ172 defense cannot ruff a spade, so NtUJ bark ( imrn 11:58:50 Promotion of
for watching the.play. The most .* AK82 the only losers are two spades, JACK GOULD 1 N.B.C
Important_and interesting match WEST EAST one heart and one diamond. It '
4n each Cession will be' display- 4K973' 4 A52 is difficult to see how the con- NEW YORK-The viewer of 11:59:00 commercial for ; MAY SALE DAYS
New Dawn
1 :ed on Bridge-0-Rama to an audience VAQ105 VKJ72 tract failed. the Johnny Carson program has .
A of up to 1,000. The complete K6 +-JI09 West led a spade, won by East become indebted to the editorsof 11:59:% commercial for Beginning Thursday Morning 9 O'Clock ,
1 deal is displayed on an'45 4 3 41096SOUTH who returned a heart. West Television Magazine for the Get Set
i electric board, and the light behind won, cashed the spade king and definite account of what really I All Items Taken from Regular Stock
f : each, card is extinguished .J84 led a third spade. South had unblocked -goes on during the notoriously, 12:00:00: commercial. for
" 3vhen that card is, played In .9863 dummy's spade queen commercial half hour breaksin Care Bleach ONE GROUPDRESSES
his way spectators can'see + 543 under the king. He only neededto the comedian's show. With 12:01-00()( station identifica SPECIALLY PRICED ; .
exactly which;cards.remain ,in 4 Q J .7 finesse the diamond queen stop watch and still camera I tion
.each hand at each stage of Neither side was vulner and draw another round of they made a second by-second Including Silks and Cottons. Street and Afternoon Wear
the play. able..Tr- bidding: :trumps. record of events on the NJ3.C. 12:01:01Carson finally re- Junior Sizes 7 to 15, Regular Sizes 8 to 20
: It is forl. nati.for The spectators NORTH 'EAST SOUTH WEST i. But this deal was played screen. I turns.
: that an'expert panel led by 2 N.T. Pass Pass;.shortly after the one shown in I N.B.C. no doubt could and
jUchard L. Frey, director of Pass 3 4 this column yesterday, in which Here was a typical sequenceon would argue that a fair balance One Group Cotton One Group Cotton
ideas of the Roman system have _West. led the three of spades.I 1 the Belgian declarer had made the night of March 5 : I II I would include the portions of en- SKIRTS '/s OFF BLOUSES !/2 PRICE.
been adopted by players in oth- I a fire safety play. South wanted 11:51:10Commercial for. tertainment coming before: and
*fcr parts of the world, and their erlands. North's opening of two I,to show that he too knew all Lowry organ after the cited sequence. But
opening two diamond bid, no trump showed 12-16 pointsin !about safety plays. He led the this approach ignores what is ONE GROUPSummer
showing a powerful.thr -suited high cards, at least five diamonds -;diamond ace, which would have 11:52:25Carson entertains perhaps the most irritating 10 Hats. now 1/2 Pricejmnklin's
i public relations for the Amen-I and at least four clubs. saved a trick- but not the con- 11:55:00 Title-card of Tonight minutes in TV, the interlude be-
:2an Contract Bridge The bid is given this meaning tract if East had started show tween substantive portions of &
i "will be on hand to explain the' because there is no other way of with a single diamond kin i g. the Carson show. own
| bidding, because some of the bidding the minor suit hand Then South re-entered his hand 11:55:02: Commercial for m ore bop-
l>ids will seem highly mysteri- under the Roman system. A with the club queen and led a Isodettes In the half-hour break there
i !ous. Two of the pairs in the normal two no trump openingbid second trump. were seven commercial totaling
I highly favored Italian team will would be opened with a forc- West played his diamond king,' 11:55:32 Commercial for 5 minutes and 15 seconds while ALL SALES FINAL
Nurser .
i_ 'be using the Roman system, ing bid of one club. and South was about to claim Playtex redundant title cards and pro- 401 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE Free Parking Rear of Shop
I I material
il ,which is as artifical ai it is ac The precise nature of the op- the remaining tricks when West 11:56:02 Commercial for motion consumed an-
\ .curate. ening bid permited South to fix led the 13th spade. This promoted Esquire Shoe Polish other 20 seconds. Carson, t he \
r Another Roman opening bid the final contract of three dia- a trick for East's remaining star, finished second to the clut
r Was used in the deal shown today monds, which is entirely reason- trump and defeated the 11:57:04 Carson entertains ter. He was alloted 4 minutes (Advertisement)
i played in a recent match able. Although some luck is contract. The safety play had 11:58:48 Title card of Tonight and 19 seconds. More newspapers are sold every day than the total number of passenger cars
,i .:etween Belgium and the Neth- needed to make them, North- boomeranged. show Profits, anyone? registered in the United States.
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k. K Gainesville Sun Wednesday, April 29,1964 .

t Farmers Are Use of Credit
Expanding II IIBy
: GRIDLEY'SMAY .
I. A Legacy of Hatred'By OVID A. MARTIN .banks, a part of the farm credit $46( million. A unit at Garden\ DAY 'MUSIC

Associated Press Farm Writer\ system. City, Kans., was second with V SALE

WASHINGTON (AP-The na The local credit associations nearly $34 million in loans and I
i
HARVEY ARONSON one at Mandan, N.D., was third
tion's farmers are making good loaned $3.6 billion to 359,000
,.. People who doubt the possibility of race violence in the t progress in establishing and,I.farmers in 1963. This compares with loans of $1 million.

North are living in a dream world. The potential for explosion expanding their own credit[with loans totaling $1.2 billionto I Farmer members of four associations

is rooted in the attitudes of the present and the pressures agencies to meet their short- 266,000 farmers 10 years! Plainview; Man-

of the past. It is a matter of relatively recent history that term credit needs such as earlier. The associations now!!dan; Bradcnton and Orlando,

some of this country's worst race riots have occurred in the money for financing crops, pur- have 536.000 members compared -;Fla., have invested more than
with in I
North. .chase of livestock, machineryand I 477,000 1952. $2 million in capital stock in BALDWIN ORGAN

other equipment. Last year, an association at their res e ctive associations.
is riot that scarred p
Possibly the most frightful case history a
Plainview, Tex., led all the associations The associations are governedby WAS $1,195.00
Detroit 21 years ago. Civic-minded citizens of the city would rh1 Functioning under direction of
in the amount of boards of directors composedof Sole $995.00HAMMOND
rather not talk about it, but one man-in-the-street who had I!the federal Farm Credit Admin loans advanced to members, farmer members.

no such compunctions offered a succinct description. "Sure I istration, producers have been ORGAN
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remember it,"he said. "It was a goddam war." operating for many years what GAINESVILLE'S MOST COMPLETE 32 Pedal 2-64
are called production credit as- Note Manuals
The riot started Sunday, June 20, 1943, shortly before darkas I I I
yanked out of street cars by white mobs and beaten. In all, sociations. At the present time OFFICE MACHINE, OFFICE EQUIPMENT, i with Tone Cabinet
9,000 to 10,000 picnickers were leaving the recreation area 38 persons were killed and 537 were injured.In there are 484 of these associa- WAS $1,250.00
of Belle Isle. Exactly what set it off is not clear-the park tions located in various parts of AND OFFICE SUPPLY STORE i i
was crowded. Whites said Negroes started a fracas, and vice- July, 1951, violence came to the Chicago suburb of the country.A Sale $975.00WURLITZER
Cicero, IlL, an all-white community of 70,000 persons. It occurred -
versa. But by 10:30 pjn., about 2,000 persons had gathered after a Negro leased an apartment. National Guards- farmer member with a Exclusive dealers for such fine products as; I ORGAN
at the end of the bridge from the island to the city, and by men armed with bayonets helped quell a mob of 4,000 that '.good credit rating can go to his Acme Visible Records-Inventory & Telephone i Mahogany Finish
11:20 p.m., 5,000 were in the area and fighting had spread. wrecked the 20-flat apartment building. "Savagery and .1'association and obtain s h 0 rt- Flexoline Systems I IOlivetti.UnderwaodStanoord Matching Bench

.. "Nobody'll ever know how many niggers they threw off that looting, fed by an abject breakdown in local and county law term loans to carry on his op- & Electric Type- WAS 625.00
bridge," said the white man who was willing to talk about it. enforcement ruled in Cicero ." said an editorial erations. In case it needs to, ;
supreme I Machines and Calculators ( :
the association obtains funds writers, Adding Only Sale $525.00CONN
It is a matter of record that by midnight Tuesday, June in the Chicago Sun-Times. Then-Gov. Adlai Stevenson blamedthe dis- Trained Service) :
21, 1943, in Detroit, 35 persons had been killed and 433 had riot on". the grim reality underlying the tension for lending purposes by Factory ORGAN
received hospital treatment The governor of Michigan declared and violence that accompanies the efforts of minority group counting notes and mortgages Shaw-WaJker-Office Furniture Desks & Chairs Model
with the
borrowers Deluxe
martial law in the city, then-President Franklin Delano members to break through the iron curtain which confinesso the given federal by intermediate credit. Royal metal Corp.-Steel Chairs, partitions and
WAS $1,595.00Sale
Roosevelt issued a proclamation telling mobs to disperse, many of our fellow citizens." I Furniture

:,and federal troops remained Detroit through the Fourth of Violence caused by housing integration occurred in the Boling Chair Co.-Wood and Upholstered chairsB. $1495.00WURLIjZER

-. July boliday. Riot damage was estimated at $500,000. Dur Trumbull Park section of Chicago in August, 1953, and lasted New MarketsFor L. Marble Furniture Co.-Wood Chairs and Desks
ing the violence, the streets of the downtown Negro section for months, with 1,200 policemen patrolling the area at the Stow & Davis-Foremost in wood furniture
were strewn with charred autos, shops were looted, gangsof height of the trouble. In July 1957, white and Negro gangs Poultry
Co.-Wood desk and tables
Alma Desk
whites and Negroes roamed the city looking for trouble,
prowled the South Side and 37 persons were hurt in a meleein
and an unidentified body floated in the Detroit River. Myrtle Desk Co.-Wood desk and tables
the Calumet Park section. Found
Being Ditto Inc.--Duplicators, Fluid, spirit and offset
Further west in Chicago there is of
a bloody history
Then there is New York-a sophisticated city that prides I
race rioting that goes back to July 27, 1919, when four Negroes all WASHINGTON .(AP) -The Geha Mimeographing Machines Pasta Ink
itself as a great melting pot in which people of minority
crossed an invisible line into a white bathing area in groups learn to live together. On March 19, 1935, a false rumor Foreign Agricultural S e r vice''I Copycat-Reproduction equipmentDe
Lake Michigan. There was stone-throwing, the shooting of a that for U. S. Jur Ansco Stenorette machine
.that a Negro boy had been killed by police set off a reports prospects -- dictating ELEC-
Negro.by a Negro policeman and mass rioting. The state two-day riot in Harlem. Damage ran into millions of dollars exports of poultry meat appear I Supreme' Steel-Roll out shelves TRONIC PIANO
militia was called and stayed Chicago until Aug. 8. There to be developing in new markets'in I
along 125th Street, four persons were killed, 1,000 were Chair Co.-Wood chairs
were stabbings and shootings and Negro passengers were injured and 120 were arrested. On Aug. 1, 1943-the sum- the Far East, Africa and Lat- I Taylor WAS $225.00

r---------------------. mer of the Detroit riot-a white policeman shot a Negro in America. : Sale $125.00PIANOLA
soldier A false that the soldier had died triggered
report in markets in I
Any expansion .
S looting and fighting. The damage estimate was $5,000,000.Five these areas would help offset s PLAYER
S persons were slain, 565 were hurt, and more than 500 the loss of markets in West Germany I' Piano With Bench

I May Sale I were arrested. and the Netherlands, tow: -L1IiJ--; CompltttOffict WAS SI.020.00
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members of the European Com- OutjiUtrt
The history trouble runs into the present. Last year, I Sale $895.00IVERS
mon Market which used to take
more than 800 persons were arrested in civil rights demon 601 W. University! Av.., Gainesville, Florid I '-
strations in New York, at least 50 whites were arrested in large supplies, but have cut I & POND
disturbance in the section of back new import barriers de- ,
\ \ a housing integration Englewood
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Chicago, white mobs beat two Negroes outside a Cleveland signed to encourage expanded

SAVE $22.55 school, and nine persons, including six policemen, were injured production in Western Europe. --, Piano With Bench
in a demonstration in Philadelphia.In WAS $955.00

\ STERLING SILVER SALAD 1 most cases, the North's race riots occurred in the sum Sale $834.50
ENSEMBLE: BY mer. And a summer of discontent is almost on us.
TOWLE BALDWIN-

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,\ \ '915 N. MAIN ST. WAS $87. 0

"\\ y\ Refugees Or Go to Jail In Food Fair Shopping Center Sale $845.00HOBART

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.\ ,}-::=".''- :-irL _-. -- \ refugees has become a legal not use sailboats with sails 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. . OPEN SUNDAYS, 12 $920.00 ,

I 1 1. .:_ I obligation in Communist East larger than 24 square feet and noon 'til 7 p.m. Use "Central Charge" and WAS

\ .. I 1 Germany.' motorboats with motors of more Our Lay-Away. Sale $845.00
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t_r -=.-... 1 A new law, the text of which
than 3.5 Boats
\ horsepower.
may LOWREY
!b $1' -. \ has become available in West
I "J :" :r1J.: t \ Berlin, says citizens living in not leave the territorial watersof ts t ------I SPINET PIANO
1 : ;: '_;. 1 areas bordering on West Ger- East.Germany and can FinishMatching
""i'1F4 ==-=;; :i .,..,; cruise only from dawn to dusk. Walnut
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many persons Bench
ll c\ .' .V b ) are illegally in border areas or Hundreds of refugees have escaped I I
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to Sweden and Denmarkin
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who violate border regulations.
\ \ Failure to betray potential small boats. 10 OFF : JiajeJ598.00BALDWIN

7 PIECES! lARGE BOWL PAIR OF SERVERS, \\ refugees would be punishable by The law also says that all 70 I i (HOWARD

\ 4 INDIVIDUAL SALAD BOWLS, $f) \95 S jail terms of up to two years if ships operating within the territorial e I MATCHING BENCH
other laws do not prescribemore ; waters can be stoppedand '
\ REGULAR $52.50 VALUE NOW tL+J \ severe punishment, or a searched and "persons who % ON ANY PURCHASE OF WAS $795.00

S A wonderful gift opportunity for yourself or to Sr've.11W \ fine of up to 2,000 east marks- have committed a crime while $266 I Sale $656.00CLARINET
1 Bowl has Towle sterling silver base, perfect for serving \ $500 at the legal exchange rate. crossing through the territorial OR MORE
salads, fruits, desserts. This and the 4 smaller bowls are
\ mad of heat-resistant,break-resistant Melamine. S The law also orders a curfew waters can. be arrested." Helping I This Coupon Good Thurs., Fri. and Sat.- I "USED"WAS
\ CHOICE OF STERLING SERVER HANDLES \ from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. for resi- a refugee to escape is a 'V APRIL 30-MAY 1 AND 2 $75.00
\ \ dents' of the border areasA crime in East Germany.
left to right-Old Master, French Provincial font $55.00CLARINET
Sale
S Debussy, Sculptured Rose, Vespers \ border area is 1,500 feet Ships can be pursued to the ----1
deep from the actual border
5 high the law 'USED"Entire
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\ J'Jt J'/, \\ restricted residing there to persons and to those actually who L & L WAS $129.00

\ yYd \ have special passes issued by 1 Sale $79.00

\ \ the police. CELLO-"Used"
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\ \ Youth Musical I WAS $79.50

\ Sale $54.50GIBSON
\ ENTIRE STOCK
1 \ ane4J \ LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -

\ S t1fED E \ Ninety Kentucky teenagers in 16 ONLY a: "Hummingbird"
ti ua* c/4 1 this area dedicate as much timeto Stock GUITAR
playing classical music as HART, SCHAFFNER
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\ many of their peers do listeningto Damaged
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1 0 5 Youth Symphony is now SLACKS WAS $265.00

\ \ in its 16th year. Sale $195.00M

\S 1 The group made an appear- I PLAIN AND PLEATED SUITS CONN TRUMPETDACRONWOOL _

S 103 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE \ ance in Carnegie Hall in 1958 REGULAR $12.95 USED- Plays Good

S and played for President and $90.00 r ) I WAS $59.95
L MEMBER NATIONAL BRIDAL SERVICE 1 Mrs. Kennedy at the White 6799

House in 1963. 99 2 for VALUES ............ Sale $39.95CABLE

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i 7 -HOUR Thursday April 30, 1964 Olrq ,per MEN'S SUITS SGfTARd.Light I; .

: SALE 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. t 7 SALE :: I 35.00 Weight 9,4: $ $129.50GIBSON SI 5Q.5

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I ;: -N: ..Y. Hotels Jack Rates '. Of Parents Quints Computer Scores Hit As Cupid ., I



: STOSRS, Conn. CAPOs- Student Union ballroom and name ." Carlson mused aft- cessful despite requests from
5rm $nr& Elmra leases or those who are protested The association has been working -
wald, the romantic computer, were quickly tagged and arranged -erward. "She's older than I am most males for partners better
By JOSEPH LELYVELD by rent control. A spokes- with the city's conventionand Doing FineNEW number. but what!"
man for the city's rent and rehabilitation visitors bureau and the did O.K. on his first venture as by so looking then they rated them

NEW YORKHotels here administration ex- fair's housing bureau to control YORK (AP-The) a matchmaker at the Universityof "Hey, look at 427 over there! There were 'some who were selves. He was helped considerably
par hard to match in terms of the
are taking advantage of the plained that the controls apply the rates for transients but ents of the Fischer quintupletssay Connecticut. What a doll!" was a typical by the ladies, 85 per cent
demand for''roomS brought on only to hotel tenants who have not permanent guests, Inch have made ad- comment. qualifications they had listed for of whom described themselvesas
they a happy difficulties-
He beset by their
was prospective partners. They
by the World's Fair
to boost
: lived continuously In the above in
said.
the ,rates for,their same justment to their new life and such as the girls who said theydidn't Jack Carlson, a senior major- drew zeroes for one of their average apPear-
permanent place since Dec. 2
1949. The hotels involved ance.
are
gen- are now free of fears that over- want "sexually aggressive" ing in English, was paired with three partners and had to to
guests go
For: the rest, he said "Thereis cut two below the
,
I erally a or whelmed them when the babies '
partners and boys who did 333 a brunette graduate a "problem desk" staffed by The gallant electronic host of
:TbC Increases range ,from 10 no jurisdiction legal recourse there'sno "de luxe" category. were born. not want girls who were likelyto student also studying English humans ,to fill out their cards, the evening acknowledged that
anywhere under "Without
to 50 per cent. In some instances the ttLeslie mentioning any Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. "get serious." literature and 167 and 13, which were IBM cards punchedby 'he was not infallible. He signed
sun. Inch said .
names, "they're note
It Is
reported that hotels have two
: blonde sophomores."If Oswald. card "Good luck-
dance
each
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offered,-to pay the expenses of, J, Inch of the Hotel ictiy the best hotels in the Fischer of Aberdeen, S. Dak., But, with the help of a I could remember 333's I. Oswald generally Oswald."
was sue-
those who decide to Association of New York City world. tell about their experiencessince few humans, everything went

and thus, :clear, the move way for-! said his organization had re- The same thing happened that fateful day last Sept. smoothly at the dance last .1. .JI
the much more lucrative tourist ceived many complaints on the when the 1939 fair opened, he 14 in the current issue of the weekend despite a surplus of a
trade. increases. continued. ,"Two weeks after it Saturday Evening Post. score of males.It .
"Sure we think it's unfortunate the hotels 58th
opened, were cryingto
The only hotel residents escaping ," he said. "But there'snothing get their people back," he "The tremendous pressure of was all part of an experi- ,
:the rises are_ those withy we can do about it." said. public curiosity and publicity ment by the psychology department
threatened to wreck our simple Questionnaires with 60 '
way of life," Mrs. Fischer said. questions were offered to the iIE1ll :
I
"But now the curiosity has student body. They were filled 4 Anniversa.rySALE

Classifies U.S. ScientistsAs largely died down. out by some 550 students. ,

"Around Aberdeen we can: Oswald-an IBM 7040 computer rat
come and go as we please with- -then essayed to provide ,
out crowds of people push-, each student with three suitable zi !
Non-Creative Dullards ing around us, without flash-' partners for the dance.
I bulbs popping in our faces. The:
Fischer children aren't stopped' Came the big night the chosen

$ WILLIAM K. STUCKEY tivity In science and what does arid formulas based on obsolete and questioned on the street i student congregated in the
Tulane University Educational not. He would know of recent 1 information. And student
"Best of all and I have
Reports major scientific advances Andy
not scholars of the humanities s
A California psychologist has only in this country but also in i might find that more compre- proved to ourselves that we can Mountains
classified the majority of Am- other nations of the world. And,hensive exposure to concepts of handle our new responsibili

erican scientists as workaday he would have the ability of I.chemistry, physics, and mathe- ties." Growing? LOrSrllRTS
dullards with all the imagination r
communicating his judgments matics their
may ease some- I The family, which already Included
and creativity of kiddiecar through the public press times superstitious fears of com- I five children before the HONOLULU (AP) Some of

mechanics.In as well as through specialized puters, of techniques for accurately !five other little ones came along Hawaii's mountains are grow-
an article In the Journalof scientific journals. I measuring the human per has moved from its farmhouseto ing higher as the years pass; 2
Higher Education, Dr. J. A. Scientists with sonality, of scientific .
investigation
opinions simi a more modern dwelling in others have shrunk.
Gengerelli of the University of lar to those of Dr. Bach feel into the very nature of the city. t $500
California at Los Angeles ac- that universities can create a time, space and life.Crosspollenization. That's how things appear to ? = > FOR
cussed U. S. scientists of beIng climate more favorable for the could be Next fall the Fischers plan to be, according to figures recently -

more concerned with admin- development of such philosopher encouraged by: ((1)) Ensuringthat move into a specially designednew issued by the U. S. Geological L-s 2.57 each
istrative '
o
and financial details -crMcs and produce a public financial support be avail- home. Survey but they .r e allyaren't.
in research projects than.. more disposed to listening to able to train as teachersof It's just that a new and Every man bows the com-
with expanding human knowl- many The father, 39, is back at his fort and good bob of 100%
them. of
the humanities as well as more accurate way measuring
edge. Creative questioning and I A key to this Is a process of science teachers. ((2) Adoptingon job old $73aweek'shipping with a food-distributing clerk elevation is,being used.A s;i.; i Nylon Ban-Len knit "Pal-

philosophical Inquiry are Ig. cross-pollenization between the a wide scale national pro- ham" brand mad to our
warehouse.He .
nored to an alarming degree foot mountain the
5,240 on
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sciences and the hum aL yams to improve and intensity exacting specifications! Full
he wrote. ,The atmosphere of doubt and the teaching of science and said the company offeredto island of Kaual, for instance, is da t Ate kJ fashion collar short sleeves,
And Dr. is the ,
Gengerelli not discovery which be him for now officially 70 feet higher
can found mathematics on all educational train a higher-pay .
only accuser of science In this ''in the than in 1910. But Haleakala on *' three button placket. As.
philosophy classroom, levels. ((3)) Demanding that ing position in sales and public
country today. Other sources of for example, would be welcomein new vitality and meaning be relations, but it would have in the island of Maul -measuredat sorted colors. S, M, L, XL

criticism Include the scholars' some science classrooms injected Into the teaching of volved considerable travelingand 10,025 feet in 1924 is two.
of the humanities and
!J even .where education centers around the humanities as well. he turned it down. feet shorter.
businessmen with a very practical -.:_-- .. ..
interest In science, suchas .
Thomas J. Watson, chair-
man of the board of Interna-

tional Business Machines Corp. I
These critics have expressedfear II II I 'J..
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that,in many universities, ITEWALLS1OR
science is receiving favored

treatment In both prestige and I :
money'at the expense of history,
literature, philosophy and the

other civilizing disciplines. Suchan

overemphasis might even- %; ; ArS\
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condition of man or, .his socIe-. I Y I A {

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They need ,to be ,examinedfor ANY SIZE A.- .
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those who are respected by
both scientists,.and:the public rS

-the .philosophers, ,the guides, (
the knowing critics of science; t
But do;such persons exist In
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this,, country today? Can .any SIZES 7 TO H
,on .spea ,.authoritatively on the I $
orientation, .the quality and the $4949
direction. of American science 2Pc. Short Sets
for 'th&::1>enefit of 'taxpayers as
well as for his colleagues In
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science?
The-answer Is no,'hi the view 2 $300
of one: scientist: concerned ,with BUY ON BUDGET TERMSTAKE MONTHS TO PAY! for.

the broader: aspects of science, F ;;
Dr. L.. Matthew N. Bach, professor I 'I 't $1.57 each
of physiology at Tulane I r
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University : Little! girls are fetching in
There, has been no .truly! respected ,1 a these solid color, wash 'n
or knowledgeable r t wear cotton shorts and

sopher.:critic of U. S. science Misses' 10 fo |8-Women's H'/2' fo 241s sleeveless printed crop tops
since the death of Harvard Uni! with fringe trim! In rai/v
versity's: Alfred North White- 1 0 0 aA bow of colors.Machine .

head, a mathematician ,turned SLEEVELESS SHIRTWAISTS

philosopher, he believes Science Our Retread*,,

In the United States, consequently Identified and shop by mark Medallion are Beautiful cotton prints I

Is.a. giant without a $ $ S b : f6 D GUARANTEEDAgunrf and solid pastel colored
head which, because of its inability t. fefad fa wocfaM broadcloth in a flattering a !
to 'communicate, faces hip uxi zorteriBfa dvmr tt* sleeveless style I 'you'lllove 99 'I f I
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misunderstanding and potential 2.Arlinrt nor *.a feaxarde t ;4
except icpunbU punctare*' With neat club /
opposition he encountered m ..
public says. cwryday J {
Using Dr. Bach's definition, Mncer car we for 12 month*. collar, full unpressed w:;
t Replussmeots prenled tnd ,
ea skirt self belt
the: philosopher-critic needed In I l I 11 / wr Andcarrot bued en Ffewtaoe pnee pleated !
U. S. science today would be I at lime cf djartmeat. and button front !

someone like this: you'll want several for a j
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He would be enough of a summer of comfort and !

humanist to assess the impactof "good looks." t ti I IJ
scientific advance on the I If i

U. S. culture and mentality, and ,J e f
wf
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enough of a scientist to be able s ,
to appraise the quality and r% ; ,, t!
value of specific examples ,of I It = (r.. 4. i

research. He would have deep 5 ; Washable! i

and definite views on the nature -, !
of what constitutes crea- Will not shrink!
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ASHLAND Ky. (AP) Richard 304 W. University Aye.Phone TILL Colorful JAMAICA SETS G. C. Murphy

Sutton of Ironton, Ohio, recently Except FrL

was jailed at Ashland until FR 6-7561 9 P.M. (fA) Cotton fabric prints; solid colon Co.CENTRAL .

he paid 137.50 in fines for 31' Sots. 6 P.M and l combinations.! 10 to 18.B SHOPPING
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sending, the man to jail, the .. i solid colors; sid. zippers; I pockti ia
Judge,said the case Involve" J shorts.' Misses'' Sixes 10 to II. "Plenty of Free Parking'

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I I Schweitzer Doctors Africans His Own Way ;'., I IBy aY \I f.


: ANDREW BOROWIEC misses me nrojsct with a wave. that the black man from the their'beds. The"beds are one of ,There are no showers in the I I

LAMBARENE.,,Gabon 1 AP)- "There is no penn In writing bush continues to come for help I Dr. Schweitzer's concessions. to hospital the sick are washedby
In his jungle hospital on thetranksorthe'Ogooue' ,all this," he says with an Ironic to him and his doctors, some European comfort. .their families Jn the Ogooue.
I smile. "They are trying to atl?,of whom come from the world's The patients are issued staple There is no latrine "because .. ir
River; Dr..I the people up against me." I nest hospitals. food rations to be cooked by they are not used to it."
1tlbert hwelt1.'t"Jef1es.i ..Af.dta .
""Tfaey".are the few: educated i Some SICK are carried by relatives -their relatives. i No nurses are on duty in the IAtCtlwtttt
'Cm1CQw .f.ct.tIi: e:::whit. Africans who head the conti- over 200 miles of forest To SchwIetzer- his staff wards but 15 work in the hospital
zifanT1dtA nf !'()gre.s.L:' _-: ii nt's.sometimes reckless hi the doctors
move paths. Once hospital they the problem is simple-you ca.n-I Families alert the C 1tp ., i
:;'I-hare-fired-bay'for54yeara =- toward...Europeantype.c1vi1iza- get a ticket with a number. Its not give an African two pills in case of emergency.And :
.a=fit a best l orI tionelr_ : critics European explained"African names are and tell him to take them on thousands of Africans LlJl Preuure I
I lifricacssa thp yrarold; and African alike-accuse them too complicated who knows two different occasions. He has'leave Schweitzer's hospital ,laminated
of frequently overlooking the how to spell them anyway?" ____ ____ __ ; ;
.er ut.betreace:: : to be given one pill at a tune cured and grateful. They returnto Ploslic t
of
most.
Prize-- :- "and.parts Western .Families stay with the sick,I and supervised when swal- mud shacks in the bean of 4 Tops t
:JIi TtJTJ1aS freated m rII perficial civilization. progress.: ,the glitter,of su- sleeping on the floor next to lowing it. the rain forest. .s Resists lunss, t tt i

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: 'Here-hey find conditions to :: people behind him ':I :j,
TgEicITthey-are accustomed Dr Schweitzer has heard aD r .
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t ORIGINAL [ pointed shaft Charcoal rake with notched For the lovers of Early American | constructed for years of
ends for scraping grill rods. Tongs with 00 .if serrice,. finished warm tone
serrated ends for sure holding. \\f Maple Bedroom Group
\ Beef tw\9-J? $1 maple finish.
Output Matching (holds 3 dogs) $149 1 Hl-mSSUU PLAsnc TOPS
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3 SALT & PEPPERS Set : .. Easy TermPayments cictcock

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I Is,_no slowing down_ in:,thevol- Ametfcas Greatest "tSi Not Day 30-60-90 Accounts
.J ume of domestic beef .produc- i Drug Store Event 1 CHAR-LITE BAR-B-Q /f< Exactly As Shown t Cerssiderede
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month with-an upturn. .in,cattle 10 DWS GOLF BALLS Large SINGLE DRESSER 64*$'
prices. ; $298 Enough $149 DOUBLE DRESSER $7975 FUR""ITURE

|*| was Beef 20 output per cent during above the that week of Hundreds of items at tt' May Sale Price .DOZ To For Cook CO.CHESNUT CHEST.......-...... $49 9S 102 S.W. FIRST AVE.

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i WASHINGTON (AP) They the ,ground for keeps without bit, but they have something no ing line of that new song with a been wounded. That Is a casualty Since the Korean war of 1950- National Clothing ;
'i'' are shoving back their goggles losing his flight pay-$240 extra one can take away: memories.By cynical flourish: rate of 15 per cent-high in 53, the Air Force has been train-
for the last time. They are each month for a major. the time World War n "Off we go into the wild blue any man's war, especially when ing about 1,400 pilots a year.
climbing out of the cockpits in And, said Lt Col J.W.Lynchof ended, there were 159,677 of yonder-Crash." you consider that a majoritynever 'This year it will be 1,500 and\ I
ever-increasing numbers. the Air Force personnel section them wearing the silver wingsof And later, when the lights actually saw combat. next year 1,700. By 1966 the Air I StoreSUITS
*A whole new generation, Including about 95 per cent of those a pilot. Now the whole Air were low and so was the booze, Wen, out Force hopes to be training 2,000a :
they're fading
their own children, now who qualify for these benefits Force has only 49,945. About they sang romantically, dream- but before have now year at eight bases, chiefly in
know these once gay and irrepressible choose to quit flying. 19,000 of those learned their ily, "Bless 'em all, the long and last they go they of one the South and Southwest.By .
duty-the training '
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youths only from tele- The pilots in the Air Force trade between 1942 and 1945. the short and the tall and cruits.It 1968 most of the older pIlots \ ',
vision's late shows. are growing old: the averageage Maybe you remember them: held their girls a little tighter. who learned to fly during .
They are the pilots of World, for those still flying in blue They were brash and very was two years ago that the World War H,win be out of the H I I
War ILTwentytwo suits is 43. The Air Force would They didn't walk. They swag- young. Each was going to be a Air Force announced it was be- cockpits-or flying the low and (
years have passed like to whittle this average age I'gered.If there was a chandelier, hero as soon as he got overseas, ginning a new pilot training pro- slow jobs. \
since their war began. At age back to 35. that's where they hung their and many were. I gram. It takes two years to
I 45 and with 22 years as a pilot, They may be getting old and hats before propping an elbow I Before it was over 17,021 had crank up such a program so it So long,_pop. It was fun whileit I,
the bard singing the been killed in action, 6,442 had is,only beginning now. lasted.
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1 ; Johnson Works Harder Than Kennedy Did' I back enjoying When and an the forth.individual tremendous" enjoys play I Chicken Fry Scheduled ;

what he is said
doing, Hodges ,
I The Gainesville Fire adults and 65 cents
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By EILEEN SHANAHAN j la news conference when ques through the evening" whereas pIe very close to him and they "And then he probably spent "I think it has an effect on the (
t t. WASHINGTON Secretary tioned about the differences be- Kennedy "stopped at dinner says he feels wonderfully welL" half the night with his staff physical side." ment win hold its DePart-I for children. Earl Robertson is '
1 of Commerce Luther H. Hodges I tween the Kennedy and Johnson time. en fry next Tuesday at in charge of the event. I II
i thinks that President Johnson administrations. Hodges, who at 66 is 10 years working further on the Appala-, TV Leader Field from 5 to 9 p.m. Tickets
works harder than President Hodges said he had been wor-,older than the President, said chian program after he got for the event are available from
Kennedy did. Eodges is not, Johnson "is closer to the individual ried about Johnson's health "fora he did not see how Johnson got guessed.back to Washington, Hodges BOWLING GREEN, Ohio any fire station or fireman. !I !
worried however, about the problems that affect' while" but that he was not through 18and 19-hour days, (APThe start of telecast- Proceeds from the chicken
President's health. I every department," Hodges worried any more. such as the one he put in last The reason Johnson can ing operations from a classroom
said. He added that he thought i The President "looks wonder- Friday, speechmaking across stand the stresses of his sched building here has given fry will go into the benevolent I i ii
I I "The"pace is faster, m u c h the reason was that Johnson I fully well," Hodge said, "and I six states, mostly in the pover ule so well, Hodges said, is Ohio the lead in number of edu- association fund. iI
faster Hodges said Tuesday at "seems to work at it right on!checked with one or two peo- ty-stricken Appalachian area. probably that "he is enjoying it, cational television stations. Tickets are priced at $1.25/ Paid Advertising I

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wednesday. April 29, nVill Sun 27Let

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What's your problem? For a sen- i i ir. 1aj

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Beverly Hills C.f.! 90212, and i{

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v T'S TH' LATE AH i>af T AN WART(T KILT AUtN lANDED INAORCNIDTN'
DEAR ABBY: Four of us mothers in the neighborhood havea him feel guilty, he keeps right on punishing her." t.AT'E.,., TTa'PLANECRA5H, 5EEPY RANCH.! BIN A-YJORKIN' PA ITHATRIN'TO
DAISY MAE. a QN wERE AS Ar f F00L KIN I SAVE"NUfFTO wARIJ'T
car pool We alternate driving our children to school in *
the One mother made all the children late five DEAR ABBY To JEST IN PLAINLY BUY A POSTCARD TO MUCH,
morning. make
: along story short I flipped for a TIME SEzT WRITE ANf TELL'YO AH NUN?.
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times last month. The late mother always has an excuse rt
and in order WAS .
guy to make him like me more, I tried to make ALIVEfw
(small baby at home she overslept, she forgot to set her 'd-S:
alarm clock), but no excuse is acceptable at school and it him jealous. But that was a mistake. He got sore and startedto !* Ch' ter :,;' ,
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goes' against the children's records. Should we drop this mother date my best friend. I pretended I didn't care and got HIS
from our I hate to hard feelings but I 'r ;' I
car pool cause best friend interested in me. So now the four of us date all r l
would just as soon drive the kiddies myself to be sure mine 2eH N
the time (my date is a ). And -a1 : ,
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got there on time. How should this be handled? creep it's killing me to see the

ON TIME MOTHER man dot I love with his arm around my best friend. What to ait a '

DEAR ON TIME: Since the school term is almost over,

don't tell her you ,want to drop her from the car pool. Tell DEAR SUFFERING ,, J ",
SUFFERING
her you have the time, and do not mind driving the youngsters better' : Having outsmarted yourself you had I
pull out of this foolishfoursome
and look around for
in her place. And next year, when you organize a car
new friends and a fresh outlook on life.
pool, include Mrs. Always-Late OUT!
17 JEST
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CONFIDENTIAL TO N. J. R.: Cheer The I: HEAR TaiTHAR'S BROKE UP \ OF TH' FELLERS I L{
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up. man
DEAR ABBY: About three years ago someone asked you ever heard of who got his work done ..... A BIG CARD GAME RUFE '- l CHEATINI
why a man who has a lady for a wife will pick up some son Crusoe. by Friday was Robin- C"4; GOIN'ON OVER HERE,

tramp and treat her like a lady, but then he will turn around ..H. lOWEEZY

and treat his wife like a tramp. You gave a terrific answer, CONFIDENTIAL TO W.B.
It is
: amazing how'much
but I can't more
remember how worded it. Will
you you please 00rl
receptive a child will be to
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give it again? "LET'S. LOOK IT UP, than
to, "GO LOOK IT UP!" Try it! '
ANNAPOLIS

DEAR ANNAPOLIS: "A man picks up a 'tramp' because .

he wants a female companion who is ,no better than he is. CONFIDENTIAL TO "B" IN
In her company he doesn't feel inferior. He SACRAMENTO: Watch out!
rewards her
The who ducks the
person blood
test is
usually the who
by treating her like a 'lady.' He treats his wife, who IS a needs it most. one $

lady, like a 'tramp' because he feels that by degrading her ) I e .
he will bring her down to his level.! This makes him feel CONFIDENTIAL _
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short
a
guilty. So, in order to get even with his wife for making Lent F
let him
borrow money-to be repaid at Easter." 1 1V rHOT VAPORS FREEZE ON REST OF THE MOONKAS IN OUR VALLEY'
THE MILE-HILL VALLEY HIGH TEMPERATURE WE HAVE LOW +4O' J
I OUR VALLEY IS THE ONLV WALLS AT NIGHT AND THE I OP: +200 AND LOW HIGH +98
t Stone," first in a series! O News SPOT ON THE MOON WITH ICE AJR-CONDmONSTWE TEMPERATURE -200I *.

of reruns. Genial Eddie], CD Waldo Norris VEGETATION AND HOT ATMOSPHERE PLOWING VALLEY DURING OUR DAY.STUPIDEVERY I

Sanderson is in a rut |I 10:25 O CD News SPRINGS. '
f He's 40, has had no vacaItion 10:30 O CD Word For Word \r ra y

in 20 'ears-and is j* O I Love Lucy U : a & is -. i
still tied to his mother's;i 11:00 O CD Concentration < 1V ,4 9.1fR
apron strings.O j I O Price Is Right r Lt (

Danny Ka'e-'Varfety 11:30 Q CD Missing Links I..y M u, >r ti t

11:00 Q O News, Weather, O Pete and Gladys I i
O (Color) News, O Eighth Grade Science EcU w 0 U ota Ou g tI

Sports, Weather 13:00 O Love of Life 5c I

11:25 O Movie O CD First Impression ..... a c

I "Guilty of Treason. The i O High School Chemistry Q r {

WEDNESDAY EVENING stage is due largely toi i true story of the trial 12:25 O News J
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5:00 O Gallant Men Drama the prestige of one man: and imprisonment of' 12:30 O CD Truth
Q Best Of Groucho Charles de Gaulle. I' Cardinal Mindszently or ONEOFTHEMI5STUPIDF LIKE YOU,YOUNG VJ I EXPECT MOST 5IT DOWN HERE AT THE TABLE!YOU'RE Ti
by .Consequences /MAN'HOW WOULD { ANYONE WOULD LIKE GOING TO HAVE DINNER WITH ME' I'M/ / 1
5:25'0 Moments in Sports Frictions in the Western the Communists of Hun- O Search for Tomorrow THEY CLAIM I NEVER < YOU LIKE TO MAKE ) TO MArfE A MILLION LETTING YOU IN ON THE PROPOSITION .
5:30 Q Newscope Alliance are also laid at gary, and of the American 12:45 O Guiding z 4 INVITED THEM TO DINNERWELL. / MILLION --<. DOLLAR MR.5TANDCiTj "...BUT YOU WU5T TELL t --
5:55 O Local News, Weather Light 1 "I .IM CUTTING THEM DOLLARS!' NO ONE/ DO I HAVE 1I
the
French President'sdoorstep. foreign
correspondent -
O;Visiting Spanish OUT OF THE DEALT YOUR WORD*
And Sports To probe the who gave the story Neighbors { I
':00 O News Sports, Weather roots of De Gaulle's to the world. Charles 12:55 Q CD News

O Sunshine Almanac philosophy, producer Wil- Bickford, Bonita Granville 1:00 Q News 2z''c y, I ,I1rw

C:15 O Local News liam McClure spent 18 Paul Kelly. CD Local News, 0N r ; 4.a; .\ t
6:30 Q O News Huntley, months researching and 11:30 Q CD Johnny Carson O Midday j/ A 1 (

BrinkleyO filming two hour-long reports (Color) 1:05 CD !Match Game l

News Walter the first of whichwe THURSDAY 1:15 O Focus : : rIrS T.J {
CronkiteO see tonight. 6:00 O Sunrise Semester ,
O Elementary Spanish ,
The Picture IYj I
Big 6:10 CD Continental Classroom
O What's New 1:30 O Science
7:00 O Biography American Government CD Ernie Ford

1939. Invasion of Poland. 8:00 O Marketing on the 6:15 Q Sunshine Almanac O As The World Turns : f
Adolph Hitler-Invasion of Move 6:30 O World Civilization 2:00 !
Q CD Let'slake!
A Deal tl I DID rr ii TM JUST TRYING TO
Poland. EM NOT IX3INGTHIS Jl";
"How Effective are Mail O Pastors Study O Password BECAUSE r1v1 MAD f BECAUSE? o/E) zK BREAK\OU Of= THE l lt'
O Deputy Order and Telephone i' 6:33 Sunshine Almanac 2:25 OCD News AT V3U DEAR $ 1'tiU HABIT OF EATING

O Wanted Dead or Alive" ,. ,Selling." ? ...., 6:40 CD Living Words *' 2:30,D,House,.Pmty: .2 .. y } 09 Z a B MEALSLET'S TW Bsl ,
O Sing Hi-Sing Lo 8:30 Donna Reed Show 6:45 D Hi,. Neighbor((Color) O CD Doctors

7:15 O The Friendly Giant 6:50 O Farm and Home. 3:00 O CD Loretta Young 01 9 9
7:30 O O The Virginian O Jazz Casual 7:00 Q D Today O To Tell The Truth
(Color) "Dark Destiny." "Bola Sete." Influence of O News, Weather 3:25 O News C saurrr'

After the Virginian aids Brazilian Jazz on American 7:05 O Ranger Hal 3:30 Q CD You Don't Say H 11
in the capture of a bane Jazz. 7:50 O News I
I O Edge Of Night A t .
of cattle rustlers, he is 9:00 O Espionage ':00 O Captain Kangaroo 4:00 O Match Game ii I ( / .e r

given, temporary cus-:y O Beverly Hillbillies 8:40 O Americanism Communism O Secret Storm 'III

tody of the gang leader's,! CD Democratic Commit, CD Popeye's Pals o r
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tomboy daughter.. I tee. 1 "9:00 Q Divorce Court 1:23 O News a p Y c

o CBS Reports ,I '::0 O Dick Van Dyke 9:30 O People Are Funny 4:30 O Burns and Allen I ( i "; 11.-

-"De Gaulle: Roots of O At Issue I Ii CD Jack La Lanne O Huckleberry Hound

Power." France's growing 'i 10:00: O O Eleventh Hour I II 9:55 CD Sen. George Smathcrs CD >MOVIP THE TRUTH K, AFTER SIT DOWN HERE IN THE SQUARE, \

stature on the world I I 'The Secret in the, 10:00 O Say When "The SEIIN6 WHAMS AVAILABLE, f LOVEK-AND liL TELL YOU A 1IUION REA50N5
Sky's'The Limit. THE WAN>-AD SAID:
R'S A GRITN DARLING,I DON'T THINK
WHY I COULD LIVE IN A PJANO CRATE WITH
ATTRACTIVE GARDEN APARTMENT
REASONABLE RENT, DANE! KOOMDEEDEE LITTLE BASEMEHT! ANO THERE CHEAP K ANYTHING ENOUGH/! .;;z YOU AND CONSIDER IT A CASTLE! ., K. I

SMILE! With Art Buckwald' a $135 MONTH K DOUBLE
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ASHI\GTOi-Not only has;'World's Fair, but the now, on a major highway; is our friend said. "I just need{ r t

the stall-in caper of militant sions' have spread to an immediate suspect. some gas." I(
I of the country. repercus-1 I I WART TH=TbP MAN I' W rtrNVITb THE ? R CCVEfc I'Jjf2\ OH. Dr!
civil rights demonstrators caus Two days after the World'sFair I "What did you do, drive, A CONFAB A t U.J \5 HT THE H US. SOTCASEAIEfOE OFTH5B64WOW-S.V1 i rY I
publicity on stall ins a ..AND TIAT MLRSZJT WITH THE T ,I STEY' PACKAGE W D0 A JOINT bX Z 1 1E i WEtL 60 1KB TliE Y .
ed at the New York who out of I
ill-feeling Anyone runs down from
gas friend of out of I Brooklyn to start IS GENERAL \ IPRI.WE I T C CuE WITH hS PECOE JJN3t; AND BHNd I x ,
ours ran
gas on ;trouble down here?" Z FNILERtES CA'IYON MIN15TERM,51I EA' I
a highway outside of Washingtonand I .
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here. I A ER
this is what happened. He
t I OfT RIP A flagged down another car. When! "Oh, so you're a local a gi'our' >t : -sw L ; : RETRlaYER (

( ( I ALAMODE ITEnADO fit I stopped, he said to the driver: J tator.." z: p4i I. i iI

TOPICAL BARD I "I'm sorry to bother >oul i I, "I'm not an agitator," '< ;, z w t it iI
H E A T M O B :friend
SS 24.Goddess: but I just ran out of gas. ;i said. lu
-Handles Lat. E RA T O BOY "Oh, you're one of those I!I i From the crowd he could I,: 1 { I
Correlative AMA E R I N E >a E I r.
clumsJy guys, the driver said menacingly. hear people saying to one another
S.Conkal of neither G A L A C R E D E.W
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"What happened?
mats ofthread 28. Dogmatist 0 w L C H E I. A
32.Work unit EFT h A R IS "No, you don't understand. "Some Commie says he rout any 4F ,
8.Warn 35. Brown |My wife forgot to fill the of .
up gas gas. '
S E G O H A L I B U T t
II.Project opal tank yesterday." "Throw him in the enc:4
I B E X E: X E C U T E jug.
12.Sandy 37. Fume "She's too huh **
one, I "What happened?
14. 39. Posed BODY U E D T A M 1
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15.Amer.Highway 40. Pikehke :ought to punch you right in I "That guy waving his arms tco w c.cA coo 6 ASNoo gOPASIIOO sf p5r+%/ ITS ST7AN6S, KV
songbird fish SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLI :the nos>e." i i says he's going to turn on all \'.a cKrJ00 YhACADCO e t Ii- > N.USIOJTASTes
gpPA Saoo.
16.Ac an* Nickname 48. H br. 6.Made "Please. I don't want to get,::the tap water in Washington to E I'I f fit,, CAN sePA2A.5-
wood chest 43.Sue of die measure speeches into a fight," our friend said. protest civil rights." '.kf c OC' .rtcr r PEOPLE INTO
17.Wafer TaJMahal DOWN Corral "All you guys are for non- "What happened?" a ii NoSrl. Si 18.Chinese 44.Amber fish 1. robber Astronaut
violence" the driver
word snarled. "Fellow threw himself in
wax 45.Make a. 2.Worships
Seesawed mistake 3. Enervate 9. Doge's Several cars stopped to see front of a car because they !
22.Beam 46. Compass 4. Unhappy medal what was going on. ,I won't hire Negro bus drivers."

23.Ancient point 5.Purvey 10. Disorder 'I 'This guy says he's run out:I Finally a policeman came .. .
slaves 47.-Baba food diil- of the driver said. "' {
13. Siesta gas, along and our friend explained -
17.Broom "Let's lynch him," another. that he was out of gas. 4lVDO
.l; 20.Big casino driver said. 'I Tbey got an injunction

II ; U.' a ., 21.Account Our friend started to get against guys like you," the cop I1nr2-e t
/4IT. entrr nervous as the crowd enlargedand II said.
Afflict .
/ tS 25.27.Barter cars started to honk their! "Look just call a tow car =

:horns. I and take the car away," our I
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hb i 29. fitter ; "If someone would just.friend said. I i ii' V
.h W lEN PW voo Y r vwM7 S'JSPECT OVER-P *XR FUND t KNBV THEN TWATWH
If zo ZI / !! 30. Genus of ,help me push it over on the I I J I "You're not going to get off f 'A WITH VCSI.- A50KA 1 ( S:SECT ThAT I YOJ K 2 : I WAS I N YOU HP THE GOVERNOR THERE HAP TO B6 A
A sealsJl.JIcbr. that the TAKE U5AHOWE ONLY THAT COME TO SEE ME AM ASK THAT KEAfiON-.BttT I PWNT!
'grass, I'd be most grateful, : easy, cop said. Okay ARE 6CXM3 g1t67 t MJ. CetTWN
Z ;; Zf 15 % 'f3:': ,our friend said. the I II 'I said to the crowd, "breakit '- POAN R.1 TO AND POLICEHEAPOUAKTEKS'I MADEk tT WAS NOT .JI* 15.OP. MV INVESTIGATION, -A KNOW IAIfL TONH{'
W WAS'
;J household t C>F THE CASEaHJ>wWHA7 FT
Wf t Z1 t3 1'4 JI god "Sure," said someone in:, up. Everybody gets a fair
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:%?:,( ::H. I 3".Obliterate crowd, "and then you'll i'trial- ven a stall-in." : j

n 73 f 'f y '! iJ. 33. Plural of tthe it out on the highway!I They towed our friend's car -< s

1'1 3.1 4' Rex again." I I I car away and finally let him
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3'. Painting of -.
iii "I wax'our, 'friend promised go. When he got home he
41 4& 4J 36.every Daughter day (Lie I "I'll go buy some gas.:':,I I I could hardly speak to his wife. J

144 // 4S of Anu i "You should have thought!j I "Where have you been?"

38.Jap. carp I II of that before, you started the''she wanted to know.

I"' J. If' 42.EXtinctZ'o stall-in." i:!i "You forgot to fill the tank IIra1ra

I ; -- // bird "Has anyone got a cattlprod jesterday. ," be said bitterly," 7 1 ,
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I y Closed Railroad Crossing Runs Into RoadblockBy i






HAROLD RUMMEL vertisement, county officials ad- -A decision to seek relief right of way for Improving the i paving providing the needed 80 having made to attract tourists

Sun Staff WriterA mitted.In from the State Road Department Martin Road, County Road NW 'feet of right-of-way is donated from 1-75 Into that town's restaurants {

short road started a long Citizens Want It Open the face of misadver- for damage done to a 36 between Newberry and High !by property owners in the area. I and motels. The '

argument yesterday.It ; tisement and argument, the graded road that runs between Springs. I -Okayed resurfacing State amount of aid will be decided !

kept county commissionersbusy commission delayed a decisionfor .Micanopy and a point near the -Decided to seek rightof.wayfor I Road 236 between High Springs later. j

for almost an hour when Commission Can Actin three weeks. intersection of the Flemington NW 30th Terrace south of ;and Interstate 75. -Heard that a hearing hereby '

the issue of closing it came There was a volume of other Road and Interstate 75, by water the Glen Springs Road after a I In other business, the com the governor's committee on j

up. Then it finally was left road business before the com 'and a barrow pit created by 1-75 request was made by home ;missionApproved: outdoor recreation has been .

mission yesterday. But none of owners to have the county maintain I a plat of "Brin- 'postponed from
May 6 to May j
unresolved.At work.Approval
I the said the road misadvertised.
area soon, closing was
it was in the category of contro- of putting two the road. son's Addition" on U.S. 441 atPayne's 20. Recreation projects In this *
issue was a strip of the was planned as a primary access The road was called the Old the Archer roads
versy as that of in Orange Heights on the -Gave approval to puttingtwo Prairie. part of the state will be dis- i

Old Archer Road between south side SW to his property.He Rocky Point Road instead of the Road.It I list of county roads to be paved. miles of County Road NW 24 -Agreed to help High Springs cussed at the session. They'll ,

34th Avenue on the also pointed up that the Old Archer Road in a legal ad- included: -ordered a survey to obtain I on the county priority list for I with a $5,000 bill for signs it's include proposals to flood
of the Seaboard Airline Railroad I

tracks, running across the Payne's Prairie.

tracks and connecting with the -Approved spending $800 for

new Archer Road. With Your Men in the ServicesColonel painting and minor carpentry <

Although it already is closed I SEE by work at the health department .l j t
headquarters. |
in fact, it still remains legally

John S. Neel, judge March 30 after 24 of -RefuSed a request by Tax J
open. years active -Springs, graduated from High 1963 and completed basic train-

Yesterday's argument came advocate general at Fort Stew- duty. Springs High, in 1927 and earn- ing at Fort Gordon, Ga. Assessor J. Pierce Smith for relief -

at a public hearing designed to .theSEJNNW art, retired from the Army on Cu!. Neel, a native of High ed a degree in law from the He attended the UF and is of two property owners who

meet the legal requirements for I University of Florida. Prior to a member of Delta Chi fraternity forgot to file for homestead exemption -
in 1961 and 1962 andweren't
closing the stretch of road. joining the Army, Colone 1 Nee ,

Commissioner Sidney Martin I SchoolsTo practiced law in High Springsand able to pay the result-
ant tax. Tax certificates -
said efforts to keep it open had ACCIDENT ROUNDUP Ninth St, In the 600 blockof Assign Gainesville.A James E. Snow, 17, son of property on the
properties were
failed because of an earlier Roland Claude Johns Jr., 1111 SW Second Ave. at 4:33 p.m. member of the Florida Bar Mrs. Doris 0. Stanley of 4010 E. sold.

agreement between the State NW 55th Ter., and Kenna Jo yesterday. Association and the AmericanBar Univ. Ave., has complete

Road Department and the rail Associaton Neel took partin basic training at the Naval '
Murray 3712 NW 20th PL at W ,
closed the Harry Tolbert Black 503 NE County PupilsBy *
road. The
agreement ,
Univ. Ave. and 34th St. at 8:01 the War Crimes investiga- Training Center, Great 1,

old crossing and opened the new yesterday. Fourth Ave., and Alfred Clark tions after the Second W orId Lakes, Dl.

one at SW 34th Street and the p.m. Von Nyvenhein, 1303 NE 20th War. Prior to coming to Fort The nine week training in-

new Archer Road. James Edward Thigpen, 416 Ave., at NW Third Ave. and CUF CORMIER "The Pupil Assignment Law Stewart cludes naval orientation County. 1
he to
was assigned historyand
NW 12th Rd., and Gainesville Sixth St. at 3:45 Sun Education Writer provides for numerous criteria .
Martin said the railroad has : p.m. yesterday.
the Board of Review at the Pen organization seamansh I
Parents of Alachua in p,
Police Officer Charles Earl
the
County individual of
assignment
,
Calvin
Cole Crouch
declined to allow opening of the NewCastle ordnance and
old crossing.And Kolodzey, 2935 NE 13th St., at Ind., Rebecca Mangham school children were notified by pupils, such as attendance area, tagon. He arrived at Fort Stew drill first aid gunnery and military Gives AwayBuilding
art in 1957. survival.
the county has no legal 700 NW 13th St. at 7:40 p.m. Orr 4022 NW 36th St., at 2900 Supt. E. D. Manning Jr. todayof transportation facilities, uniform !- Some of the Colonel's awards During the training recruits
which schools their childrenwill
recourse to have it opened, yesterday. NW 13th St. at 12:53: p.m. yes- testing, available faci- and decorations include the receive tests and interviews
Mattie Yvonne Wood Soper attend next also lities
terday. year. They scholastic aptitude and
County Attorney Wayne Carlisle 1022 NE Eighth Ave., and Willie !- were told they will have 4 daysto other factors. American Defense Medal, the which determine their future
told the commissioners and the James B. Gay 2058 SW 44th
Army Occuation Medal (Germany -assignments in the Navy. Upon
Lee King, 648 NE 15th St., file a preference for a differ- I The County Commission gave
audience.But Ave., and Sandra Lee Shealy, "Should the school administration and Japan) the Korean completing the
at NE Eighth Ave. and 10th ent assignment.The program theyare away the school administration ,
the audience wasn't that Raiford, atSouth Main and 14th recommend assignmentof Service Medal the United Na- assigned to service schoolsfor
Ter. at 5:14: yesterday. notification in the ,
p.m. was building yesterday to save mon- t
easily convinced.A Peter Smith, Pinehurst Park, Ave. at 12:48 p.m. yesterday. form of a letter the children your child to a school' other tions Service Medal, the World. technical training or to ships *

woman resident argued that and Marjorie McBride Brown William 0. Hinson, Rt. 2, Den- took home with their than the one you have requested War II Victory Medal, the and stations for on-the-job training -, ey.
along report School officials have decided 1
more work on the problem by 3101 NW Second Ave. at SW nis R. Long Hilltop Trailer Ct., cards. The you will be notified by letter Bronze Star Medal, the National in a Navy rating specialty.
parents were
could and Jean H. Chance the building is In need of some |
the commissioners Melrose
open 25th St. and the Rd. prior to the opening of school.In Defense Service Medal, and
doors that would open her road. at 4:31 yesterday.Newberry at 2300 E. Univ. Ave. at 12:21: notified they are being for givenan ad- that event you have the rightto The Army Commendation Med Army Specialist Five James additions and repairs. Since j M
p.m. opportunity to apply
commissioners Invited her Harry M. Philpott 312 NW p.m. yesterday. request, in writing, further a!. H. Harrell, son of Mr. and Mrs.. the County Commission built it {
mission children
their
of to
to help get permission from the 23rd St., Clarence Darrell Jordan George M. Orme, 105 SE 50th schools other than the one as- considerations by the Board of Colonel Neel and his wife, J. H. Harrell, 931 NW 30th Ave., in the late 1950s and holds the
and
railroad.T. Five Fraternity Row, and St., Margaret W. MuehIner, signed and "to have that choice Public Instruction. Forms for Adlaide, and their son, John was recently awarded the Good deed, the school people came to

W. Grady, who said he Linda ,Ann Jones Smysor, 114 1003 NW 10th Ave., at the rear fairly considered by the Boardof this procedure will be available Jr., 10, plan to make their home Conduct Medal while serving commissioners for help.

plans_ to develop a subdivision of the telephone company at Public Instruction." at any and all school centersor here at 813 NW 22nd Street. I with the 3d Infantry Division in But alas, help wasn't forth-

12:13 pm.: yesterday.Tsao 'I' at the office of the superin Germany. coming at least not in the
.- "If wish to exercise this
s. Chiu 312 NE Second you I
"
tendent. form originally contemplated.But .
Harrell
Specialist awarded
was -
& C'- Ave., and Reginald W. Chess right, you must go to the schoolof
: @d k Navy Chief Engineman JohnJ. the medal for exemplary no one's com p 1 aining f
kt* 710 NW 12th St., at NW Fifth preference and complete a With two new elementary
'I
Bass Jr. has been retired to conduct, efficiency and fidelityas P Commissioner Sidney Martinsaid I
,. i
.' ... q. ,Ave. and Sixth St. at 10:44 a.m. Parent School Preference Card schools scheduled ot open in

... .,jiu.. L .., e yesterday.Sam during the school week of May September, it is expected that the Fleet Reserve after 20 a soldier in active service. yesterday school officialswere

STARTS TONITE! .' of active service.An Harrell, a clerk In Company agreeable to having the
,
S. . .. A. Banks, 817 NW 37th 4 through May 8, 1964, Man- several hundred pupils will be years
S official retirement A, 1st Battalion of the division's64th building deeded to them and do-
DAYS IN MAY"Burt Navy
7 I
letter states.It within Gainesville
214 NW 13th FR $-6472Also Dr., and Arthur McCray, 1017 ning's reassigned

Lo.nco.ster Kirk Douglas lit OelllCiaintsuiUc SE Ninth Ave., at SW 13th Ave. continues: schools. ceremony was conducted" at the Armor, entered the Army ing the needed work them
U. S. Naval Reserve Training in June 1957. selves.
and 22nd St. at 9:19 a.m.
yes-
"ROCKABYEBABY" Center by his commanding officer !- He attended Bradford Coun-

terday. Citrus Came to Florida ty High School in Starke.
Sm1MV" Edwin W. Peck, 500 NW 23rd Cmdr. R. R. Rodgers. Color HydrantsSOUTH

Jerry Lewis Marilyn Maxwell Rd., Dr. Randall B. Tinker, 1705 Bass was presented with a
: M.nCJIANDlS: letter of commendation for outstanding Marine Private First Class
EARLY SEE CARTOONS NW 10th Ter. and Pauline
COME C
Via Far Eastern RouteBy MIAMI, Fla. (AP-
leadership and perfor- Stanley E. Strobles, son of En-
=;:rn=J1 =11r=rn=J Shaw, 3407 NW 19th St., at 600 nis Strobles of is Firemen are painting thecity's
mance of duty. Micanopy,
NW 16th Ave. at 8:25 a.m.
yes fire hydrants or-
terday. JACK HORAN yellow fruit has never existed participating in a combined green,

Agricultural Extension Service In the wild but grew spontan-' armed forces training opera ange and red.
It isn't that the city decidedthe
r-Jt7; Citrus fruits are so commonIn eously with other citrus fruits PFC Charles J. Cunningham, tion called "Quick Kick V" at
drab. But
7H2e fireplugs were too
::Aiii1.INi: TODAY TODAY Hospital Florida that many of us prob- under cultivation. Thus, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Camp Lejeune, N. C., with Bat
the out-
H. .'.. R.. RI N fR .IIQ inspectors are checking
ably believe they are native to grapefruit was born in the West Cunningham, 1404 NW 61st Ter., talion Landing Team 1-6 of the
of the Green
NOW,3COLORHITS! 1 :00, 3:00 5:10 7:20. 9:25Caty the state. Indies a couple of centuriesago. participated recently with other Second Marine Division at means put capacity more than 1,000 plugs.gallonsper

OPEN 6:45. SHOW 7:20 W AutomationOf Not so, says Dr. H. S. Wolfe, 'members of the 4th Armored Division's Camp Lejeune. ; minute 500 to -
SEE 2 LATE AS 9:20"LlMPET" Dr. Wolfe that the The exercise will bring unitsof ; orange, ,-
Audrey professor of horticulture with says com 14th Artillery in its annual -
000) and red under 500.
SHOWN FIRST ,, ; ,
.
FOR THE KIDDIES Grant the University of Florida College mon key or .Mexican, lime was 'training test (ATT) at the the Navy, Marine Corps, Ar-!
!
Hepburn Future of native to India and was planted Seventh Center my and Air Force together for .
S First Area Showing'sDON I Agriculture. Most of our Army Training IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
In the fertile West Indies along a sea assault landing at Camp EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
KNOTTSINCREDIBLE popular fruits such as oranges ';' Grafenwohr, Germany.The AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN

1 By WILLIAM C. HARRISONAP tangerines and limes with oranges and lemons before ATT, is a complete assessment Lejeune. A tactic known as CHANCERY.

MR. LIMPET2nd Science Writer have Oriental backgrounds.For 1500. Another variety, the Per- of a unit's combat "vertical envelopment" whichis CATHARINE Plaintiff H. SAVAGE

MELNO PARK, Calif (AP) instance, oranges were sian or Tahiti lime, was bred readiness and provides the most the lifting of combat ready P..TRIC vs. SAVAGE -

FUN HIT AT 9:20 -Automation of almost every- native to China and first migrated in California as a hybrid of com exacting and rea 1 i s tic battle troops over and behind enemy Defendant.

TROY DONAHUE thing except nurses will mark to India, Italy and Spain mon limes from the South Pa- conditions possible in peace- lines will also be used in the : PATRIC NOTICE SAVAGE TO APPEARTO

PALM SPRINGS the hospital of the future, saysa before coming to the West Indies cific island of Tahiti. time. operation.IN Pleya 243 Jacqueline Del Rey, CalifornIa

WEEKEND3rd health economist. And cheer- with Columbus in 1493. From The small kumquats are Chinese The 20 year-old soldier, a i THE COURT OF THE COUNTY YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that

ful nurses, relieved of drudgery there they eventually moved fruits which established mail clerk in Headquarters I JUDGE., IN PROBATE.IN ALACHUA. COUNTY FLORIDA a against Complaint you. for and Divorce you are has required been filed to

BONUS HIT by electronic slaves, will have northward to the Sunshine long residences in Japan. While Battery, 2d Battalion of the 14th RE: Estate of serve a copy of your answer or pleadIng -
JEFF CHANDLER GUY PATTON, Deceased.TO to the Complaint upon the Plaintiffs
MERRILL'SMARAUDERS more time for patients. State. they first came to Florida via Artillery near Furth, Gerany, All CREDITORS AND PERSONS attorneys Reynolds Goldln &
.
Each The England; more important kum- entered the in HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Jones, P. O. Box 463 Gainesville Florida
patient will have a Dancy tangerine is an old Army_ JanuaryIN AGAINST SAID ESTATE: and file the original answer or

I small but private room. His bed, Chinese species long cultivatedNOTICE quat introductions came from You and each of you are hereby notified pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Alachua
which may not resemble a bed In the gardens of Japan as well. Japan so that the varieties bear THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN and and demands required which to present you or any either claims of Florida on or before the 21st day County.ofMay.
STARTS FRIDAY AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA
Japanese you. may have against the estate of '". If you fail to do so. |udg-
at all will On the other hand names.
ELVIS PRESLEY supply an Individual the sweel'onkan GUY PAYTON deceased late of said ment by default will be taken against
climate the way an incubator tangerine originated in IN RE JENNIE Estate of M. GRISMORE County to the County Judge of Alachua you for the relief demanded in the Bill
ILcHNICOLO1I'
KISSIN' COUSINS NOTICE FOR County Florida at his office in the of Complaint.
PUBLICATION
J .- 1 does for a premature baby. India and then was given to the IN NEWSPAPER NOTICE Deceased' TO CREDITORSAll court house of said County at Gainesville DONE and ORDERED at Gainesville,

Electronic devices will monitor Chinese to enjoy. From Chinait Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company creditors of the Estate of JENNIEM. Florida within six calendar Alachua County Florida this 13th day
posted notice months from the time of the first pubicatwn of April 1964.J. -
on April 24. 1964 that GRISMORE Deceased are hereby
I his condition when needed. traveled to America. It would file an application with the notified and required to file any claim or of this notice. Each claim or B. CARMICHAEL Clerk

One Full Pound LUNCH . 65c up I The sleeping pill'will be replaced However, according to Dr. questing Florida Public authority Utilities to abandon Commission and remove re demands said Estate which In the they Office may of have the against County State demand the shall place be of In residence writing and end shall post Circuit County FloridaBy Court of Alachua

DINNER . 85cupALFORD'S the 154-foot office address of the claimant and shall CHERRIEE HALE
team
track at
Florida in the
by a weak electric Wolfe the grapefruit has Rastus. Judge of Alachua County.
cur- an unusual Florida, In not less than ten (10) days Courthouse at Gainesville Florida within be sworn to by the claimant his agent Deputy Clerk
KC Sirloin rent flowing through his headat history, quite different or more than thirty (30) days after six (6) calendar months from the date his demand attorney and any such claim or (Court Seal)
not
so filed shall
I be void. REYNOLDS
that date of said notice. of the first publication of this notice. GOLDIN & JONESBy
I bedtime. from its citrus cousins. The This GROVER PAYTON SELIG I. GOLDIN
authority Is
TOWER HOUSE sought because ap- Each claim or demand must be In writIng As
administrator :
Steak $195 There'll be a dressings tllcant's records reveal that the track and must state the place of residence GUY PAYTON. of the Estate of Attorney for Plaintiff
spray-on I. deceased
Post Office Box 461
'WJ operating at a loss and no longer and post office address of the
: 210 E. UNIVERSITY First publication April 22 l'M. I Gainesville.
serves
I disposable garments and necessity.any public convenience and claimant end must be sworn to by the 3280) 4:22. 25; S::'. 13 (3259) 4:15.Florida 22, 29 5 <
; :
single-dose Street claimant, his agent, or his attorney, I -
packaged DropsMIAMI J. L. ,
medica- KENNEDY
Superintendent or it will become void according to CALL FOR BIDS CALL FOR BIOS
tions. ATLANTIC COAST law. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
LINE
LAST TIMES TODAY The automated hospital of the Fla. (AP) Apart- (3219)RAILROAD 4:27. 21.COMPANY 29 oS-Fred Fred Grismore Grlsmore. as Administrator -I Sealed GAINESVILLE bids will be FLORIDA received by The Sealed OAINESVILLK bids will be, FLORIDA received by The

LEIiIJ: : "THE PINK PANTHER" future will house almost all ment house residents on North- of the Estate of Jennie ,Board of Public Instruction of Alachua Board of Public Instruction of Alachua
patients IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S M. Grlsmore. Deceased. County Florida at the office of the Superintendent County, Florida, at the dud of the
COURT IN
under a doctor's care, east 54th Ave. walked out to the AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA. (3291)) 4:29; 5:1.: I. 15I of Public Instruction In the Superintendent of Public Instruction In
further street one morning to find IN PROB"'TE. School Administration Building Gainesville the School Administration Building
reducing home visits. car IN RE; N COURT Of THE Florida up to 3:00 o'clock P.M., Gainesville Florida. up to 3:00 o'clock
The Swingin' & Surfing The patients may be groupedin doors lower than the curb. ESTATE OF MARJORIE MONROE EIGHTH THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT OF THE E.S.T.. Thursday May 14. 1764 at P.M., E.S.T. Thursday. May 14, U44
which time and at which time and ell
OOOM.Oecelsed.. place all bids receivedwill place bids received -
the hospital by type of illness During the night the street STATE ALACHUA OF COUNTY.FLORIDA IN IN CHANCERY.AND FOR be publicly opened and reed aloud will be publicly opened end read

rather had dropped about one foot NOTICE OF FILING PETITION MODERN HOMES FINANCE for furnishing all materials end labor aloud for furnishing all materials and
than FOR
STARTS TOMORROW degree to re FINAL DISCHARGE OF and constructing the following school labor and constructing the follow n g
EXECUTOR COMPANY Florida corporation.Plaintiff
blamed e building prolectt in school building prefect In Alachua
ceive specialized nursing care. City workmen a water Notice is hereby given that I have COVERED WALKWAY Alachua County. County;
filed
AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL Start 0 This broad main leak.IN my final returns as Executor of vs- FOR LIBRARY FOR
a picture with variations the Last Will .
and
Testament of MAR. JOHN DAVIS ROBINSON end BEA.TRICE J. J. FINLEY ELEMENTARY HOWARD W. BISHOP JUNIOR HIGH
is sketched by Dr. MarkS. JORIE MONROE ODOM Deceased; ROBINSON his wife. SCHOOLGAINESVILLE. SCHOOLG..INESVILLE
) NeW
mm. that
I
maaNa JOHH THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IIIvo flied my petition for dis Defendants. FLORIDA FLORIDA
Blumberg, senior health eco (IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, tribution and for final discharge and NOTICE OF SUIT AND Any bid received after the specified
AY1PN FUWIOOtJOIPRay'I.PATHtcoLoR-PALUZZI ASHl YMjISCIE nomist of the Stanford Research FLORIDA.N that Honorable on May 14. 1964. I will apply to the The State of FloridaTO TEAM EQUIPMENT ROOM time and date will not be considered.Such .
RE! : Estate of .H. H. McDonald. County : John Davis Robinson and FOR bid must be accompanied by a
Institute. The physicianeconomist JOHN AARON OLIVER. Judge of Alachua County. Florida. for Beatrice Robinson his wife SANTA FE HIGH SCHOOL. certified check, cashier's check or bid
Deceased. approval of said final returns and Route 4Gainesville GYMNASIUM bond In the amount of five per cent of
began research Into hospital NOTICE TO CREDITORS. for an order of distribution and for final Florida ALACHUA COUNTY..'FLORIDA the base bid as guarantee that the bid-
operation about five All creditors of the Estate of JOHN dUcharge as Executor of the Last Will You are hereby notified that a suit Any bid received after the specified! der, it awarded the contract will.
] years AARON OLIVER Deceased are hereby end Testament of Marjorie' Monroe Odonv has been filed against you In the above time and date will not be considered. within ten consecutive calendar days
AClII notified and required to file any Deceased. April tth. 1'64- cause; and that you are hereby required Bidders may submit proposals on after written notice being given of such
claims which -S- E. COVINGTON JOHNSTON to file answer with the Clerk either award Into written
ago.Many or demands they may your one of the two prelects or on enter a contract
of the devices that will hive against said estate in the Officeof E. Covlngton Johnston, of the Circuit Court and to serve a copy both of the two prelects separately. with The Beard of Public Instruction of
automate the the County Judge of Alachua Coun as Executor of the Last Will thereof upon the Plaintiff or PII..... Each bid must be accompanied by a Alachua County, Florida. In accordance
hospital and hold
; ty Florida. In the Courthouse at Gamev eM Testament of Merlor1e MonO tiffs attorney whose name and address certified check cashier's" check or bid with the accepted bid, and give a con-
down manpower requirementsare ville. Florida, within six U) calendar! roeOdori, Dec.ISed. Is: Mercury N. Kavouklis P.O. bond In the amount of five per cent of: tract surety bond satisfactory to said
I : months from the date of the first put E. A. CLAYTON Box 462 Femandlna Beach, Florida. the base bid as guarantee that the bid Board fa* an amount equal to one hundred -
presently available. Othersare !Icatton of this notice. Each claim or E.E. A. Clayton as Attorney for not later than the 12m day of May der. If awarded the contract will with per cent of the contract price.
on the i demand must be bi writing and must Covlnston. Johnston" Executor A.D im. in ten consecutive calendar days after No bidder may withdraw Ms bid for
drawing board. tate the piece of residence and post 3257) :u. 22, 2*; $:6 If you fall to do so decree pro cors- written notice being given of such a period of thirty days after the date
.
.- .* Already, in postoperative recovery office address of the claimant and must "NOTICE INVITATION fesso win be entered against you for the ward, enter Into a written contract set for the opening thereof.
o be sworn to by the claimant his agent To construct FOR BIOS: relief demanded to the Complaint.The wittr The Board of Public Instruction of AH work shell be done In accordance
,. rooms, a monitor can or his attorney or It will become building Including complete electrical wrtTVonl nature of the suit being for foreclosure lachua County. Florida. In accordancewith with plans specifications and con-
void according to law. crete platform. Buildings of Mortgage encumbering the the accepted bid and give a con- tract documents relative thereto as prepared -
\ automatically trigger an electric This 7th day of April A.D. 144.e mately 59 feet x M feet will to be approxi following' described property, situate toAlachua tract surety bend satisfactory to said by Moore and May Architects
device to stimulate a faltering LOIS 0. GOOLSBY foot canopy en each side of size with 10 County Florida, to-wtti Board in an amount equal to one hundred Gainesville. Florida. Plans spectficeions -
: Leis 0. Gooelsbv as Administratrix the site of building at Commence at the Southwest corner per cent of the contact price. and contract d may be
new State
\ heart, for example. of the Estate of JOHN Trenton, Florida. Farmers' Market. of the North Quarter (NVi) of Section No bidder may withdraw his bid for examined at the oi Superin
Building Is
to nave 2. ten I period of thirty days after the tendonS of Public Gainev
"The bed AARON OLIVER. Deceased. CI (10) Township Ten (10) South date Instructi
\ I says Dr. Bhun-(3225) .:.. 15 22 2>. t'8.'LmeUI lights and roof four and t. foot gabled ends I Range Eighteen! (II) East inside the set for the opening thereof. vile. Flida. or at o the
.., berg "will be broken down into .Bidders to supply at time of ridge bid vents. Arrandonda Grant and run East All work shall be done in accordance Gainesville, Florida.
One set of and
with contract
plans specifications I
and
contract I pll
for a distance of six hundred thirty d
typical
its functions, and some won'tlook LEGAL NOTICI ion by building with i39) feet to the point o* Beginning: documents relative thereto as prepared i ments and InbtddifIO
DON RICKlES NOTICE TO ALL CREDITORS registered engineer for Florida. by Moore and May Architects, secured by general contractors
not re.resOonsibi. > thence East for I d'stanca of Gainev
i C like a bed at all. 'Uilding' must meet Southern Building run ille. Florida. from the office of the by o.
for debts Plans specifications
any unless In and
: i two hundred ten (210) feet; thence ere. C
A COde tor coastal j
\. JODY McCREA Dr. Blumberg envisions thepetient's curred by myself. Charles L. Mantel' I Each bid must region.be run Norm for a distance of two hundred contract documents may be examined positing therewith 11'.0 dt
I, 3M4I 4:24. 26 27 21 2* 30; 3:1 accompanied by a thence West at the office of the Superintendent of from general will r.
body encased in boxlike 'cashier's check or bid bond to the amount ten (2101 feet run I PublIC instruction Gainesville. Floria funded upon submission of a bone
:.: \> a of 10 percent of the base bid. payable to for. distance of two hundred ten or at the office of the architect Inainesvtlle bid and return of said plans and contract
tent of light, opaque material OF SALE Doyle Conner Commissioner 'Agricul (210) feet; thence run South for a Florida. documents bi good
IcoYjoHNsoN I Notice 5 hereby given' tMt ture as guaranty that the distance of two hundred ten (210) within Ci
Pursuant bidder Hawarded Plans and contract documents and ten day date set t
The patient would needno to Final Degree of Foreclosure and Sale the contract will wtthto tn feet; to She POINT OF BEGINNING.Said forms for bidding may be secured opening of bids. a general contrl
: -r ; LEthiMjH8CKTL sheet and blankets be- entered In the cause pending lit the days after written notice being given ef parcel of toad to Identified IS from the office of the architect. Con- toes desire more than one set I
'4 upper Circuit Court ... and for Alachua County such award enter tote a written coostrvction being the same and Identical parcel tractors may obtain one set of documents plans and specifications t
cause circulating air would Florida, use docket No. iun the vndersloned agreement with the Depart ef land conveyed to John Davis RobInson on each project without deposit. obtained b paying the duplication
Clerk wW sell the property **- merit of Agriculture to accordance with and Beatrice Robinson, his wife. Contractors desiring more than one set wIll not be refundable.Subcontractors .
maintain desired temperatureand Mated In said County described as< the accepted bid and execute and furnish Mortgagor herein, from Mixelle Henry and subcontractors, material suppliersand and material suppliers
Lot ICt HIGHLAND COURT Unit N.. a Contractor's performance bond by Warranty Deed dated tne tfti ether who may be Interested but may purchase drawings e
( humidity.Dr. 4. according to plat wtm a surety satisfactory to the Department day ef January 1H3 and recorded to who dO'not submit bids en the work elti f the
; Blumberg says electricity In Plat Book C, peg* v. PvbhcRaS ef Agriculture to the amount ef 100 the Public Records of Alachua Coun ords ef Alachua County, Florida together percent of the contract price guaranteeing ty. Florida to Deed Book 214 pages by paying the cost of duplication rate of 75 cents p I for drawingsand
has been used in the United wttlt the following Items ef prop the performance cf said contract. 144-7 and to further Identified as being plus handling charges which costs BJO per f specification*,
States erty wMcA ere located In Met perm' ,Plan may be secured from Jim Yetvtng- the same and Identical parcel ef win not be returnable. plus handling charges.
to induce anesthetic' anentty "knsUllee h a pert e 5 the Improvement ton. County Agent CUchrist County land en which Modern Homes Construction Bidders qualifications must be satisfactory Bidders' qualifications must be satisfactory -
.. sleep. I II' on said tend: Trenton. Florida, on or after May 1. Company Is erecting! or has to The Board of Public Instruction to The Board of Public Instruction -
at public sale to the Mghest bidder for '44. or from W. 0. Whim. Chief Florida erected a shell-type frame dwelling e* Alachua County Morlda. The of Alachua County Florida. The
"At bedtime the nurse would cash between the noun of 11 o'clock I State Farmers' Markets. P.O. Boattt. house for and at the behest ef Mort- Board of Public Instruction of Alachua Board of Public Ins of Alachua ,
in the forenoon and I o'clock hi the aftemoon Winter Haven Florida am. Paso litre..... i CountY. Florida reserves the right to County, Florida ree t right t.wlio .
just place electrodes on the insomniac l en the 7"i day ef May, A.D. Malt bids to reach office ef Jim Yefvlnc- Witness my hand and the seel ef said: waive Informalities any bid and te Womu ll l any and t
patient's bead and Itu. at the froM door of th* AlacNM tan en or before 2:. P.AU Friday May Court at Alachua COunty. Gainesville.torida. accept any bid which they consider to ap M! they consider -
-SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION_ County CourthauM. in Calnesvflle. Florida. 13, 1M4. We reserve the right to acceptor this 3rd day of AprH A. P. be hi the best public Interest and to public Interest and
m ls
wham good night he ex-I retect any part of any fed er aft bids reject any and all bids. reec| all bids. &
'THE BEATLES (COURT SEAL) to the best Merest ef State Farmers' -*. J. B. CARMICHAEL j THE BOARD OF PUBLIC 1"BOARD OF PUBLIC
plains. A harmless amount of J. $. CARMICHAEL Clerk Ciccvit Court INSTRUCTION Of ALACHUA INSTRUCTION Of ALACHUA
COME TO current shorts ] Clerk ef the Cirevtt Court Markets Program. BY EMILY WATERHOUSeCourt COUNTY. FLORIDABY COUNTY FLORIDABY
TOWN" out the
brain'swakefufeess BY: EMILY WATERH0UW DOYLE CONNER, ( Seal) : E. D. Manning Jr. : E. D. Manning, Jr..
control center. Deputy Clerk COMMISSIONER OF AGRICUlTURE Deputy Clerk Secretary I

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Wednesday, April 29, 1964 Gainesville Sun 29
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11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 30 PETS & SUPPLIES 35 Houses for Sal
I 35 Houses for Salt


THERE $23 WEEKLY for wearing love- i CHIHUAHUA puppies, ready to COMFORTABLE LIVING 3 bed

WANTED ly dresses received as extra re go. Come see. R. E. Gregory, rooms and 2 baths central heat OWNER must sacrifice 3 bedroom WANT-AD RATES
?t wards. Just show Fashion Hawthorne. Phone 481-2312. screened porch and family 2 bam large Fla. room EoI.I.
Frocks to friends. No investment room. ideal neighborhood near and living room. built > In kitchen S

canvassing or experience PRINGTIME lioN Shepherd is puppy time.& American Eng- schools and shopping 411 N.W. carport. 1705 sq. ft. living PH. 3728441for
'Is puppies
necessary. Fashion Frocks Dept. Shepherd puppies. Call FR 34th Drive. $15,500. area, convenient to schools.
P.707f. Cincinnati. 0. 45202. 2-0033. Ralph FOSSEY Realtor 1321 243X N.W. 21st Ave. Phone FR 2-

NICE CHRISTIAN to live in .
lady
for companion to elderly lady. AKC registered miniature Dachs 11 W. University Ave. Ph 374-135 ANGLE WOOD by owner. 3 BR 2

very little work. If interested with hued brown 4 weeks markings old male$75. black 102* "Selling Florida Since 1906" bath Price $17,800. $800 down. I Classified OnlyDEADLINES ItI

WORTHWHILE call FR 4-5347 or 472-214. N.E. 31st Ave. 372-i66. MORE FOR THE MONEY this 3 Can 372-2727. S

1 EXPERIENCEDSTENOGRAPHERS Ig. BR 2 bath. panelled LR. DISCOVER and buy now this
BLACK LAB. retriever Real
pups. fireplace attached garage HW new home under construction.
Sperry has desirable positions quality healthy" 8. ready to go. floors. WelL Lg. fenced comer Covered court entrance. 3 BR ..
AKC FR 2-5763 after 4. All
available for experienced stenographers day week-end.reg. lot. Near Stephen Foster. $14 2 bath paneled family rrn., fireplace H Tues. thru Fri. papers-5 p.m. Day before publication "
with developed secretarial 500. $450 d.p. FR 2-8851. air conditioned. All of the
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g For ads to go in Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat.
HAVE YOU skins. Starting salary determined 2 AKC registered male Chihuahuas quality and personal work of
( : 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home separate = For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 pjn. Sat. u
: by prior experience It weeks old. reasonable. dining room. Take advantage a Uoyd Myrick home. Again offered
with increase based on regular Can 481-2247 Hawthorne Fla. of owner's having to In Wimberly Estates off H (Minimum ad 4 lines)
ly scheduled work performance move !. have spacious rooms NW 39th Ave. Phone 372-5439. S
FREE Male kitten. mother
reviews. Promotional opportun- t> wardrobes in new home area 4 Bedroom. 3 full baths in | FAMILY RATES
Libby
READINGIN DIes 5 day work week. Excel Persian.! Call FR 6-8114. among young executives. $19. Heights. This home has over 2.-
lent working conditions and ben
efits. Submit resume In confidence HAPPY HEALTHY. American 000. FR 2369.AVAILABLE :300 sq. ft. of living space air 1 Insertion ............................................... 34c lines ..
ANY OF THESE or telephone 372-0411 Ext. Shepherd puppies male and female MAY 1. 8 room 2 conditioned dishwasher and 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line
S 7 weeks, registered. Call bath furnished home at 109 NE many other extras. If you need = 4 Insertions 17c line .
225 for appointment.SPERRY FR 63470.BEAUTIFUL. 3rd St. Will sell on liberal plenty of living area check this = 12 Insertions :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. tIc line '

ELECTRONIC TUBE Sealpolnt Siamese kittens terms. will trade for duplex 8. one. Will consider trade. For Information g Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rate earned -

t DIVISION for sale. After s p.m.. Call pay cash difference or will rent OF call THE JAMES CO. *| x number of insertions. ,
to GAINESVILLE INC. Builders
SPERRY RAND CORP. reliable tenant. Ph. or writeH. -
FR 2-6073.
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA G. Bollinger Box 277 Starke of Kingsbury Homes. Phone isg

11 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 944-2881. _372-2527 nights 472-740. .
THINGS TO SELL? EMPLOYMENT 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY AIR CONDITIONED 3 Bedrooms m bath built In kitchen P S Five letter words per HneH -

THE IF you like space for entertaining on o well shaded lot. Minimum S

WORLD'S LARGEST COSMET. this Is. the house for you. Lg. down payment. FHA low .
OWNER Same as 2 lines
living area opening onto red- monthly payments. This home
S IC COMPANY Has opening for BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. COO wood enclosed patio. Near Lit- has strip hardwood floors. For g 8 Pt. ordinary type
neat mature women. Average $2 Block of N. W. 22nd Street. HO"X
tlewood and Westwood Information call THE JAMESCO.
.JJ per you.hour Call with Mrs.Avon.Cures We FR train 2- 155. Phone 376-5109. 3 BR, 2 baths central schools.heat OF GAINESVILLE. IN C = 12 ri PtSame. : es 3 lines
= ordinary type
J SUN 0421. BEAUTIFUL large lots fully dishwasher disposal built In Builders of Kingsbury Homes. =

S They'll Bring You Extra Cash Improved In Ridgewood. NW stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal _Phone 372-2527 Nights 3727401. H Same as 4 lines
WANTED LADIES Dry Cleaner 31st Street |lust south of NW price. $22,000 only. $1500 BY OWNER 4 bedroom. 2 bam 1 I O rt.ordinary' .
checker. See Mr. Welch. Stocks 16th Avenue. J. W. Klrkpatrlck down. *22 NW 36th Terr. FR 4- large house double 1 O type
J Cleaner 441 S. E. 2nd St. No Agency 31 N. Main or call FR 445. Fenced Close garage.
yard. to Uni-
phone calls. n
2$40&S FOR only $450 down $91.27 per versity. Call FR 4-7084.

. I S WANT SALES PEOPLE 118 x 140 lot near site of 164 month payments you can qua- i 24 DlSam: -s s lines :

.iI Immediate opening for full Parade of Homes on NW 34th lify for 4 BR 2 bath home 1804 COMFORTABLESUBURBAN 1 F L.. ordinary type .
time experienced sales Street. Restricted to 1200 Sq. NW 38th Terr. Will paint Inside
people.
4 Permanent position, with all Ft. home. Outside city limits. & outside completely. For eppt. LIVING 5.
Rugs REA electricity and natural gas to see call 372-0481.
5 employs benefits. Apply Wil Price 2. 3 BEDROOMS 2 bath living room. H The Gainesville Sun will not be
S available. 12.250. Ph. responsible for more than
1 son's BY THE one
Department Store. OWNER in
Idylewilde 2
J. Guns ADS 112 Owner. BR CCB house tile bath family room kitchen with built 3 incorrect insertion, nor will It be liable for any error In aver* -
fam
Ins. Central air
conditioning
j tisement
GENERAL OFFICEMust ily room. Call 372-8001 after g to a greater extent than the cost of the space occu
fenced back
be able to type and operate 34 Waterfront Property 5:30 P.M. heating quiet dead end yard. Located = pied by the item In the advertisement. No adjustment wills u

I : : Tools I knowledge adding of bookkeeping machine. Some help. outside on city limits at 3945 N.street W. g advertisement.be made on errors. that do not materially effect the value of

36th Street. Take of
advantage
ful. Apply Wilson's DepartmentStore. WINFRED H. CRAWFORD SMILEYou'll 5 is
5' this excellent buy since ownerIs =:

Boats Reg. Broker. soecallzing In smile with delight when leaving town. $17.000. Phone i The Gainesville Sun reserves the
privilege of revising
or re-
LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE. .
J CLASSIFIEDDial I you see this sparkling NEW 3 372-3712. lectlng any advertisement which it deems obfectional and ..
toderj
12 Male AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose,
Help Wanted BR. 2 bath change the
Tents GR S-2981. CB home on NW 3 BR., one bath. CCB home in N. classification of any advertisement from that or.
16th Ave. Half acre lot sprigged E. Central heat, air conditioner 5 toa conform to the policy of the paper. .
LAKE FRONTAGE and landscaped. Sidewalks to storage room, screened patio ; 5
II Books WANTEDCOLORED 28 Acres on Sand bottom lake schools. Already connected to landscaped FR 6-5890.
North of Grandin Asking $5,000. City sewer & utilities. Cent. !
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376.4672 only. Turpentine dippers I One half cash. S. E. Sapp Real heat and A-C. Family room. GE Swimming Pool IUWilWlJilllllllliWIII 811111I loswLLUg
chippers and pullers. Good
II tor. Phone 472-2000 or 472-2220. kitchen. $23,500 with terms to Nice NE
Plants section near school old
: wages. Pay off each week. Con- suit buyer. 35 Houses for Sol 35 Houses For Sole?
: tack Mr. Kenneth Strickland. LOT on Cooper Lake. Price $"50 fashion family home. All large

Telephone 476-8083 after 6 p.m. Terms. $20 down $10 monthly. rooms 4 BR, 2 baths, kitchen. .
H Pianos Phone FR 4-0848. EXCEPTIONALYou pantries dining rm.. living rm.,,
.. J BR CCB house .
.5. Announcements WANTED life guard thru Labor study, sleeping porches screened i M on paved street. .
t Day who Is free to live on premises ON SILVER LAKE get more for your money In porches 3 fireplaces attic Built-in oven nice neighbor/

S Stoves and can do other work 4 BR study. living room all with this attractive 4 BR 2V* bath fenced and landscaped yard. $22.- hood. $150 down. 1621 SE 25th
when not on duty. FR 4-3012. wall-to-wall carpeting d I nlng CB home In Exc. NW location. 500. Mortgage 12000. Phone Ave. Phone FR 2-1901. t

UNIVERSITY Of Fla. Student to room. 3 tiled bath home. Large Half acre lot shaded and fenced. NEARGAINESVilLE

Radios 3 LOST & FOUND work spare time. Room rent porch with breezeway utility Built-in.kitchen that's a beauty.
to constitute part of compensa room and 2 car garage. This Cedar lined closets. No city 3723738.FRED PARRISHPRESENTS .
taxes. Sacrifice price of :
home is located on a private $19.750.
I tion. FR 6-3012.
I Skates LOST ONE TAN Chihuahua. 7 lake 2 miles north of Interlachen ,- Immediate occup.ncy.ONE HIGH I
yrs.' old. answers to the name of RETIRED couple Interested in 315. Price 30000.
on Hwy.
Susie. at Louie's Lunch Satur. helping run a store In Cedar Split level 3 B.R., 2 bath built-in
$5,000 down with terms. Phone LOOKWill ::
Trunks day P.M. Call FR 6-3507. Key serving fishermen and tour FR 40848.HANDSOME. ARNOLDREALTOR kitchen. insulated good financing
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FOUND: Mans wrist watch.i In ists. Must have references. be sufficient for you to seethe $11,500. Call Mary Moeller.
Gainesville Write Box 1119, or call 2441 Cedar permanent home on value in this Ocala block "
Sun Lot. FLORIDA
Parking beautiful Lake Serena In the PARK AREA. A pleas-
.5 Key.AUTOMOBILE. home at 3.525 NW 7th Place. PICTURESQUEAppr.
Call FR
6-5341. ant
Jewelry Vending Dept. Melrose area. Immaculate three Nice shaded lot. Dream kitchen. masonry 3 bedroom homeon
_te>> identify. Mechanic. Must be bedroom, two bath residence and Screened porch fc much 4 Acres high wooded land, a nice lot 110 x 154 located
able to furnish references. All more within walking distance to J. .
other excellent masonry buildIngs for SIMM. Good terms. overlooking winding scenic road J
,'- Bicycles 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE new facilities. A good opportunity ; over three hundred feet of frame home N. W. location. 3 ml Finley Elementary School and
for the man who has the lake frontage means plenty of WantedLarge from downtown Gainesville. 17. Gainesville High School. Owner
; ability to better himself. Apply: room for several families. The UNIVERSITYREALTY 900. Call Mary Moeller. leaving tow -
: TV Sets S LEARN TO DRIVEl Special at' B &. G Motor Co.. Inc. 115 S.E. price Is most reasonable at $25- family to enjoy a home. 5
tentlon to nervous or elderly. 2nd StrHt.DISHWASHER. 500. Call Kirkpatrick Agency FR Large kitchen living room with I MASON MANOR Very
Easy way Driving School. FR 2-1404 31 N. Main St. stone fireplace 3 bedrooms BEAUTY & CHARMA five 4 bedroom 2 bath Ittrlc

ClothingCameras 2-7002. Lie. by State of Fla. WANTED apply den 2 baths with 3rd available.On functional quality home on Ig. cated on a large lot with I .
In person Wonderhouse Restaurant LAKE Place for sale, call FR 2- two lots worth $5,000. Lovely fenced backyard ideal for chil
I' 1115 N. Main lot new. spacious. of brick and -
14 S.W. 1st St. Be h In d St. Ph. 372-4351
4416 after 5 p.m. trees and
6 SPECIAL NOTICESTRY Sears. W. M. Munroe. Realtor landscaping. block suitable space for swim dre Walking distance to West- -
S .5 : S BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee Asso. S. C. McLaughlin Frank ming pool. dead end St., privacy. wood Jr. High. Central heat
Wanted man to manage package River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- Roby Roy McCann T. C. Douglas Mrs. CleanLives Fine residential area $23,900. and air conditioning. I
DIADAX TABLETS store. Must be bondable. Good
(former. 6160. Call Mary Moelier.INVESTMENT.
5 Antiques ly ,Dex-A-Diet). New name, reliable person. Apply P. O. Box Jr.GLADYS here better than new 3 GWYNN OAK. Lovely bedroom,
same formula only 98 cents. Ca- 124. Gainesville. SMITH bedrooms 2 baths. centre I 2 bath home on a beautiful
nova's Drug Store, 37 N. MainSt. LAKE HOMESOn heat b. aut I fully landscaped. lot. Wall to wall WO.ed
Furniture BARBER needed. Urgent. Good Lake Swan. Enjoy the long Fenced lot In Skyline Heights livingroom with fireplace. Modern
THREE 300 300' comprising 2-3
Bedrooms two baths In Appr. x
opportunity for right man. Call
bo.t.Ing -
summer months fishing and the price Is right at $21- buHMn kitchen,
Idylwlld at 3806 S.W. 18th St. biI bath homes at 72S & 804 N. family
ATTENTIONINick's FR 2-4469, or check 110 S. Main. and skiing on this lovely 500. room large
17400. Call 372-5393. W. 16th Ave., Drive past & Call screened patio delightfuL -
Livestock Shoe Repair & Hat Shop City. lake. House Is completely furnished for entertaining.HOLLY .
609 w. Univ. will close May 15th end air conditioned. 100 Mary Moeller.BUDGET.
Man to clean and polish used
Hate Your Landlord
.:: -: _to Sept. pick-up all repair work. cars. Must be dependable and feet lake frontage. Extra good FOUR bedrooms two .baths In ? I FOREST. This attractive .

,( S Diamonds "GET JUSTICE WITH willing to work. Apply to B&G value at asking price. Road.P.K. Yonge 20000.area.Call 1244 372-5393.S.W. *th Buy this neat 2 bedroom modern 3 bedro 2 bath home wall to .

Motors Used Car Department. home In Northwest location for w'l carpeting In room .
-I JUSTISS"As 2001 N. W. 13th St. Here's e perfect home for you $1,000 down and $65.00 per I Small CB home located on Ig lot. old brick lvi, family
Fish Poles THREE bedrooms two baths closeto N.W. near bus school lust right
Lock-
: Public Defender for the
for retirement home priced at
Judicial Circuit Court. The loose. S rooms extra large University. 7 S.W. 26th red tape. Ideal for student cou- large swimming pool fenced.
people 13-Help Male or Female in porch. Street. $17.900. Call 372-5393. $5,358. Cal Mary Moeller. back ,
want lustice. R. G. JUSTISS. living room, glassed Ple. yard central heat airconditioning. I
S
Used Cars Gainesville. lawyer Is best Corner lot size 175 by 360 feet. .
Shade trees flowers shrubbery FOUR bedrooms two baths off I
qualified. JUSTISS will GIVE I
EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES and other Uth Avenue at 1501 37th Cool ComfortOver MARYMOELLER UNDER I I
his talents and energy to defend garden plot, garage N.W. 110.0. New 'bro
H} Auto TiresAquariums the poor with no legal counsel. STENOGRAPHERS features too numerous to men Terrace, 21000. Call 372-5373. MOO sq. ft. of aircondition- homes bl lp' !.
j JUSTISS NEEDS votes and SECY'S full & part-time tion. Priced to sell, with some ed luxury. Panelled family room fications .v.i.ble to qu.11

-! money to be elected. The people BOOKKEEPERSACCOUNTANTS terms. BLACK Acres, 14 S.W. 32nd Street. with brick fireplace. Separate fied buyers F.H. .
S; NEED Justus. WILL YOU tell extra large three bedroom. two dining room. huge two car ga In- No closing no city -
your friends. and send small CLERK-TYPISTS Call us now for appointment bath home. $31,500. Call 3725393. rage. Refrigerator stove, dishwasher taxes. Phone for further details. .
S with REG. NURSES LPN'S ANGLE REAL ESTATE and washer included.
sum nome and address to
Row Boats R. G. Justlss. 11 W. Univ. Ave YOUNG MEN degrees Bus. 4404 N. W. 13th St. Phone 376-4927 SEVEN bedrooms and six bathsIn Northwest location $25,400 with REALTOR WESTSIDE. New residential subdivision -

: And GET Justice with Justiss. Adm.. Law Engineering. COWPEN LAKE-nicely furnished West Hills. $45.000. Call opening soon locatedon
Paid Adv. 25-35 Salaries open A/C home. Exceptional 372-5393. Newberry Road. Just 15.0 .
k Golf Clubs Personnel Center 2 frontage.b.r. $8,800. Terms. terms.ARNOLO 101* W. Univ. 376-4471 down 5 years o b.l.ne. .
IN GAINESVILLE. It's FINLEY Area. 2125 N.W. 3rd Member multiple listingFOkDYCE

"' ...... S S GDI'S PHARMACY 102, NW 2nd Avenue I tike Place. Four bedrooms. two "
S TypewritersMotorcycles 114 Central Plaza Call S 372-4377 for appointment LAKE SUSAN-- new furnished masonry a baths. $37,000. Call 372-5393. REALTY"COM "NY MeMePARRISH ;
S (next to Winn-Dixie) 10-12 A.M. 2-4 P.M. Mon thru FrL hornet elegantly ; Multiple Listing Member
true at $10,500.00.
For prescriptions cosmetics dream come 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522
,. A BUY In Holly Forest. 3905 S.W.
\ I DL. DRUGSTORE Exp. secretaries salary open ASKI About' these and lake lots. 2nd Avenue. Three bedrooms Associates: Pete Sieg :
Cashler-host.IJ. attractive ARCH CAMPBELL, REALTORS Jane
Caldwell F. W Hodge
two baths. $19,500. Call 372-5393.
S 8 Baby Sitters Child Care White housekeeper $25 wk. Phone 376-5707 ANYTIME. Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman REALTOREnchanting
r Used TrucksRefrigerators Bookkeeper salary
open Charlie Mayo>> Jim Green
Exp. Waitress, salary l> comm. 35 Houses for Sale I6TH Avenue Extension. Three AND ASSOCIATES, INC. .
Exp. mechanics acres and three bedroom two MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING .
TINY TOT Store trainee hi schl. grad. bath home with separate guest Redfra nksRealestate H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham
house. $30,000. Call 372-5393. Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parnsh
t Off. trainee hi schl. grad. PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2IIIth
PLAY SCHOOLVisit = Tree surgeon foreman $2 hr NO- DOWN, Central heat central air GLADYS SMITH brick home. '4 large bedrooms 3 19 N.E. First St. Tel. 3725373LOOKSEE

Baby Buggies us and see for yourself. Auto salesman Exp. cond. Northwest. $19,000. Call Realtor Multiple Listing baths a spacIous living room
: Short order grill man Associates: Ben Griffin with fireplace. Large Florida
24 SE Ith St. FR 4-7104. 376-2927
Insurance trainee $100 wk. Anna Hlnson Florence Burns. room and I kitchen for all to !
Electric Motors PLANNED program awaits your Route salesman Levy Co. MODERN SUBURBAN HOME Caroline Noyes.122S enloy. Centrally heated and air i
pre-scnool youngster at JACK CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. 3 BR, 2 bath kitchen with W. University Avenue 372-5393 MAKE AN conditioned. Contact FORDYCE
& JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. 120 SE 1st Ave. built ins dining rm. sunken OFFEROn 8, ASSOCIATES, INC.. 37"1236Westwood. BLACK ACRE- Spacious 3 bed
Farm MachineryStore Music programs, educational Phone 376-8234 living rm., fireplace. screened HAZEL HEIGHTS equity end pick up 4 pet. I room. masonry home located -
film-strips. 7:45-5:11 Mon..FrL; porch study and shop. Central mortgage of approx. $10,000 on a large corner lot with
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-3900. heat. cork floors. Located 6 See our 4-bedroom and 3-bed- payable $7* mo Incl. t & 1. 3 bed- lots of trees. Special
14-Sales Help Wanted miles from city limits on wooded room. 2-bath CCB homes with rooms. Hie bath, good N. E. lo school Is within walking distanceof Include family room feature fireplace -

Equipment Child Care In my home. Fenced 2 acre lot in restricted Chantllly built-in electric stove and oven. cation. FHA appraised $13,500 this lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath fireplace In living room, .
yard Reasonable rates. Good Acres. $18.500 offered by Central heat. city vtlllties. central
and air conditioning

home. Living room. separa t e he.tng
Infant's Clothing references. Phone 372-3713. REAL ESTATE SALESMANHugh owner. See by app?. FR 6-5424. Wired for television and tele- J. J. FINLEY AREA dining room and kitchen plus patio ,' te w.1 carpets,

SPLIT LEVEL phone. Large yards completely Three large bedrooms gracious and a large fenced yard. Air built In oven and ran. electric .
KIDDIE KORTChild Edwards. Inc. Gainesville's with strip oak floors In living grassed. Hazel Heights is in living room with fireplace end conditioned. $14.500, with low dishwasher

Sewing Machines care center FR 2-4667 largest builder has opening for area terrazzo floors in sleeping the ei'Tin limits.I Equipped with built In bookshelves. Separate down payment and monthly pay I ro and double carport. THIS
new salesman. Excellent earning built In kitchen 3 bed- close to bus stop dining roo rn. Florida ro e m. ments. Contact FO DYCE & LOT OF PROPERTY FOR
RELIABLE sitter wishes to care opportunity for above average area lot. ONE low down payment conventional Pretty tree shaded lot. Reasonable ASSOCIATES INC.. 376-1236. CALL US NOWI
2 baths corner I 12.SI
for Infants or small children in man. Mr. Dorman. sales manag rooms, loans. Located on Northwest priced at $18400.
Office EquipmentS her home. Reasonable Call FR er. HUGH EDWARDS INC. OF Gainesville A KIND.has No combined other house this in 39th Ave.. West of 13th $500 DOWN Large 3 bedroom -
4-3897. 372-1551. St. Shown by appointment, Lakesideretreat
MODERN COLONIALLarge frame home near Smith
and construction. Address:
style Kirb
FR 2-3836.
Movie Equipment WILL care for children in my EXECUTIVE salesman to represent 2105 NW 16th Terr. SHOWN BY phone hill-top lot In desired North-i furnished cottage. 30 minutes School. Some needed. .
home 5V* days e week nice play large national organiza APPOINTMENT ONLY. Ph. FR FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. west. White pillared veranda. 3 from Gainesville. 100' white ONLY $5,060.00.WESTWOOD .

yard loads of toys and plenty of tion. Age 2550. Send resume to 4-2472. home located In Westmoreland large bedrooms, 2 baths, separate sand beach shallow water for
Nursery Furniture loving care. FR 2-4587. I Thomas White. 3480 Beach Blvd. Werner W. WesemanRealtor Estates. On city sewers. pavedSt dining room. large living. children. Only 11000. $2- J bedr 2
Jacksonville. Fla. 1113 N. Main St. 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. family room-Florida room. CENTRAL 504 down and low monthly pay bath masonry home
WOULD like to keep 2 or 3 small Rm. t living Rm. dining area HEAT It AIR-CONDITIONING for ments. (The Fishing is good ily room, central heat built m
Building Materials children in private home. Ph. AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN (2). IF YOU ARE LOOKING for the Central heat built-in kitchen In- year 'round comfort. Tree shaded too). Contact FOROYCE & ASSOCIATES oven and range. ONLY Ils
6-9983. Real opportunity for experienced privacy of a country home, yet .
GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards INC. 3761236.
cluding patio. Double carport. Built-in i
Automobile
aggressive to the city
men. desire convenience
CHILD care by day or week. preferably furnished excellent work plan. center and walk to schools close to kitchen Includes dishwasher. Only I you ere looking for e fine IN.
shopping
park COME PROPERTY call us to
Outboard Motors 2 or 3 children. by week U of F medical center FHA $23,000.
Home with Ig. Apply In person to Ben M e a- schools this 6-room brick home Redwood see this 3 bedroom home withan .
next
for 2 years. d ws. Shaw 8 Keeter Ford. 238 located at 300 N. E. 13th Ave. 122.700. Down payment $1,700. .
> 2 bedroom apt. Both
beck Call 372-4950. 3026 ft. In this 4 bedroom, "ach .
yard. Immediate occupancy. Drive by 2,96 sq.
W. Univ. Ave. lot SOUTHWEST
m wooded may
a acre '
on com furnished and only
Equipment"Vacuum N.W. 13th St. 40th Drive. Call Butler split. level home. Spacious kitchen
1027 NW
Sports be lust what you are seeking.At Modern 3 bedroom 2 bath built. $13,300. Apt Is rented for $70.00 -
,
a e e r a te dining room.Florida
EXCELLENT CHILD CARE in 16 Work Wanted Female 13000. I will take cash or a Brothers 372-9545 daily, 3769048night. in kitchen with breakfast area. p Drapes and carpetlng per month.
room.
Cleaners my home. Reasonable rates. second mortgage for $2,000 equi Central heat. 519,000.GRACIOUS Included. Situated on e

Comolete lunch. Fenced back STRAWBERRIES you pick them ty. If intertsted. call 376-2356 after FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW section beautiful lot. Contact FOR' REDUCED Beautiful lot In

yard. Have reference. Call FR 25 cents quart. Bring your con J or on Saturday or Sunday. 3 bedroom 2 tile baths, LIVINGon DYCE I. ASSOCIATES INC.. Black A c r es near Unlversit y

Fishing Equipment 2-8954. tainer. J. R. Wainwright Farm, 118 N.W. 11th Road 4 B.R. or built-in appliances double carport large landscaped corner lot. 3 3761234. Golf Course now only 12.
-2_ miles E. of Stark. Read 14. optional 3 BR. with paneled den, paved street connected to large bedrooms 2 bams entrance I
Employment L shaped living room din- sewer. Small down payment. foyer, formal step uP'' JOHN

Washing Machines 17 Work Wanted Male tog room. family room. 2 full Days phone 372.312'After 4 I livingroom dining room with FORDYCEASSOCIATES
tiled baths kitchen with built-in P.M. 376-4774. fireplace, large family room. MERRILL
dishwasher. stove and oven. ALSO with fireplace recreation
FRA terms BR.I bath air-cond.
Heating Equipment 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED YOUNG man wants part time carport utility room and storagearea. central heat wall to wall carpet, room, etc.. etc. Shown by appt. INC.Real .
work on Saturday end Sunday
Paved patio. central heat drapes. auto washer builtin only. Call 6-0817. REALTORMULTIPLE
21 years old. Very dependable.Call conditioning. Walk I n testate Exchangers
and air g
Call 372-5516.
Musical Instruments BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn FR 27749.COMPLETE distance te Finley and CHS. For oven range. Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor Multiple Listing Realtors LISTING

up to $5 per hour demonstrating REMODELING lob. Inspection call FR M053. RENT OR BUY. This house has Myrtle Lasstter. AssociateWm. Grace t. Fordyce, Broker PHONE 372-1494
famous Studio Girl carpentry and block laying. character end comfort. Is spacious E. "BillHarris.. Associate Dudley Goulden, Associate ASSOCIATES:
Camping Equipment Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. Call 462.fue. Alachua. Fla. and charmIng In select 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone: 376-0817 Harvey Benton. Associate MARCCLLA PAROI
Phone 374-4334 after 4. PERFECT FOR FAMILY neighborhood near Univ. 6 bedrooms or Res-376-227. *26 W. UniV. 376-1234 W. H BUCKHANNAN
-- WITH AN IN-LAW 4 baths 3500 sq. ft. living
Plumbing EquipmentChildren's 5ARAH COVENTRY"UNDER 18 Schools fir Instructions space. Cant. heat f. air con -

new management. OpenIngs NEARLY new 3 bedroom. 2 bath ditioned. Rent 250. Sale PriceId. IN THE :
for fashion directors. Part OR MAKE AN OFFER.
bedroom
WEN AND WOMEN WANTEDTO home has one separate FVN I
Playthings time or fuU time. For appointment TRAIN FOR from the others. Perfectfor KITTIE FEIBER
cell 372-7049. In-law or teenager. Beautiful WILBUR BISHOP Realtor
CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS natural finish cabinets in kit- 4-5011
Electrical AppliancesDogs COOKEXPERIENCE chen. Excellent FHA terms. Nights & Weekends 4-7108
helpful but wet $15,000 with only UCO down Includes
necessary. Will tr.1IAge 20 to We prepare Men and Women. closing. 2103 N. E. 15th FOR SALE air-conditioned gas
Cats Parakeets 4. Pleasant working conditions. Ages 18-55. N. experience neces Terr. 372-1551 heat completely furnished 2
Kitchen closes p-m. Apply 8 to sary. Grammar school education bedroom house on Cowpen lake.

*:38 A.M. only. Carmanellas usually sufficient. Permanentlobs. HUGH EDWARDS. INC. 22 miles East of Gainesville.
706 W. Univ. Ave. No layoffs. Short hours. Price $8,100 SUM down bai-
High pay. Advancement. Send EXCLUSIVE NEIGHBORHOOD ance monthly. Apply box 408A
NEED white. female technician name home address phone NW SECTION Gainesville Still.MAKE SUN
aWe te do some bookkeeping. number and time home. Write LR 3 lit 2 baths double carport
Ne night or Sunday work re Marcel Co. Box 388-A c/e Gainesville Fla. Rnw a Urge screened I OFFER! NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
to take night I leaving Florida and must
quired. Opportunity Sun. fireplace covered entry WE are
will sell it f sle. and Sunday calls for extra porch central heat, air cond. sell our beautiful 4 BR home
Nothing MEN women 18 to 55 te tram for garden
money. If desired. Send all details complete buIW-hi kitchen. Near. built less than 2 yrs. ego If

te Fort Myers X-Ray Laboratory CIVIL SERVICE I* new. Owner leaving town. you are looking for e luxury BOATS

In Fort Myers. Fla. Examinations. For Informationsend Price 32000. Call FR 2-0954 te home. loaded with features and MOTOR_ BOATS & MOTOR OUTDOOR RECREATION
name address & Phone No. directions. not In I development come see
acceptedfor get
APPLICATIONS being
Gainesville Key Training Service. 112 W. Wife one. Term te twit buyer. WHO WOULD LIKE THE 24" GRILLS
employment.
7W
Adams St.. Jacksonville. FOR SALE 4 BR house living Turn left off Newberry Rd. ente boats.
in HUNTER Fiberglass HOOD-SPIT MOTORBoat
Nursing Center apply 12 PJ.ing
room, dining room, kitchenette, 57th St. 52 NW 58th St Introduced by FRANK AN

person. 4 SPEEDWRITING SECRETARIAL SHORTHAND Night deep well two Urge lots hi La- iAI4D 4 Bedroom homes. On THE TACKLE BOX GOOD YEA.I" STORES
courses. 442-135. PHILPT VJ"
than the Crosse. phone *'
BE A FASHION classes MM forming. 218 W UniV. Acre tots. Go out NW 14fi Avenue I M S OR CENTRALCHARGE The Heart o E.s GalnesvIHe n N. Mate 3.:

SHOW DIRECTORNO Ave. Phone 376-3507. FOR SALE by owner modern 3 te 43rd St. Intersection, turn Check wi Crti
collecting carnecessary. bedroom house In Carol Estates. right v* approximately 1 mIle, FR .
delivering or Estate Exam Furnished or unfurnished. Assume 5190 en ..... FRANK
call Real see
For appointment PHILPOTS SAVE $355 on 15 ft. Lone Star
refinance. Best Ust OasaMkatiens
teen Choose
Connie cobbins, FR 4-1968 after COURSE offer. GI Call 376-1414.or T. O. ZETROUER.4-3848 BUILDERFR I SPORT CINER Fiberglass I run-a-bout with Hurricane from o f

6:30 PJH. ATTEND First lesson free. Home of Huer trailer and 1964 45 hp.
HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 1000 SQ. FU 4 or S bedroom home. IDYLWILD. center leaving town I Fishing Boats. rls elect starting Johnson motor
ASSISTANT
I NEED AN nation- COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave 3 months old. Fenced yard. a<. anxious to Mil af ..... 3 BR 2 I 8175BAIRD'S

GAINESVILLtWANT )Ul\ Distributing ally known director manufacturing for 8. FP 6-3507. 377-3777.: I I N.W. location. 2 blks. from bath, Fla. Rm.. extra nice $1500 -Q.,1 Sells Itlf MARINE CENTER Sl. .
schools. FR WIn 4012 SW 19th St. Call
sales corp. Will train right women down. 601 S. Main FR 2-8531 .
for position of rei OftSlbUlty. 28 Livestock & Supplies I 3BR. 2 bams. tg. LR. watte-in FR 2-9024. : FR 20 NW. 14th FR Ave FISHING FI -
or
Earning while teamJnfl around closets dishwasher Sm. down J 1 U 12 ft DEA Safety Hem*.
Promotion to supervisory I payment. VA mig. Swim pool r- ROOF LEAKING? i p s
monthly.
$408 .
Mon. Thru 5-4 SaC frailer,
WANT TO KNOW HOW te properly pjn.
J
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capacity can be made privileges;; 376-1583 after S. : Fr Golfing Eojufpmeftt
finish your hogs for market? SUN PEAKING? Mto. A for s .c
In 2 to 3 months. Car necessary. OWNER transferred. 3 BR tout*. .
let
Then come In and us explain There Is no substitute for Tennis Equipment
For apt. call Mrs. a*""A-M.** Ray Set how you can do tn s lob with VA financed. 2 yrs. oM. $500 quality service. Cad BAIRD'S CENTER

ADS -JohnnieTurner.P.M. Mon. Wed.. M a, Fr no CPA Cooperative Mitt 48 percent .1 I 1 cash. Take up payments of $82 I GAINESVILLE ROOFING I 401 S MINE FR 2S1 B.sbl EwMpmenL
Pork Maker. Our special per me. Ph. 372-3243. i I FREE ESTIMATESALL
time. 376-1480. 372-0294
S S other ovrtng the month of AprL FMXGainesvlsls 4123 N. W. 20th Ter. 3 B*. 2 bath.FU. WORK GUARANTEED Where Fith.
HELP: turn your spare time bomoney. er Alachua. Phone rm. Inside vttL rm. Clec. U YEAR BONDED SHINGLES Suit Wont Ads SWIMMING POOLS
V Mllching or CSelJvero FR 2-iors 461-21 os..
We er built in 0. and R. Air coat tttMo. %233 S. E. HIWthorM Rd.EU .
log. Adhwt your own wgrklng FOR SALE brown and white mOl equity. Will accept Plus many many mere.ADVZHTUE .

lira. For appointment calU Shetland Pony wtth saddle andbf1dIe. best offer. 3744725. -- ---- BE CAREFREE I'

3727049PART Phone FR 1-0745.

: time sales gIrls 3* furs 45,2beThwfthcent.air cond. 4123 NW 15th hoet&$l. FR RN ITU REUPHOLSTERY Get Results Enjoy o dean and healthy p IN T

week. Apply lUll M. MaUi St._ 29 Uadscapinf-Tep-Sen 4-782 Also beavttM lot In Master Pool Service InC.I "
CALL Gwymt Oaks. I Supplies & Monthly ca DIRECTORYAIR
II- COLEUS, exoiic colors char- service. laV
: workmanship
FHA House for sale NE section For loP quality I 2-3171
DUE TO EXPANSION MeO 4 trews*. red velvet pinks 18 cents yellows .t appraisal valve of S18JXM.S3O I call/ P I 2-5 4-8044 _ _ _
ruffled browns.
married men wise High! Schoo. Pi. J-Ottt after 4 P.M. down payment low monthly 372.6142GAINESVILLI
Ed. between ages 23V & Good each. payments. 3 BR. 1 bath car-
'- "'. starting salary pluS peW vacation port. large storage. Can after MERCHANT: To place your ad in the
376.4672 free hosoltalizatioii and 30 PETS & SUPPLIESAKC 4:00 PM. FR 44714.TRADE. UPHOLSTERY

.! jroup Md I Southern lIfe Insurance.LIfe Insurance Western registered DK'hund Pwp*. SALE RENT. Furn. Un- I. Free 1508 EUimai N.W.**-tft nek St.o. anddeIEysfY. Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441

Co. Phone 376-5811. All shots. 4 weeks. Black or red turn. S BR. FU. Rm. Breakfast -
male Si female. Ph. Klngsley Rm. garage, fine location. 725
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35 Houses for Sale 45 Furnished Apts. 46 Unfurnished Aprs. 47 Houses for Rent Fur. I i 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. <, I
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i I EYES RIGHT! E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
SAVE work and expenses In I 2 BR 1 bik from campus. 2 Bedroom unfurnished apart. I 2 ROOM house 1217 S. W. 3rd HOUSE TRAILER. 45 x 10, US
this ideal NW location, fenced air condo optional $76 $101 per ment. 1018 S.W. SOft Ave, $7$ Mo. i I Ave. Furnished. Maid service. per mo. Call FR 6-0097 after 5 I JR.
THE TIME IS NOW I & landscaped yard, draperies mo. Call McKinney Green, Inc. FR 6-2641 or FR 6-2930 Mr. I I FR 2-1118 after 5pm. p.m. See real dream living in Shadow ,
ww carpets. 3 BR. V/a bath 372-3617. Haynes. i iI I ____ I Lawn Estates. Models Open. Homes. Lots. Income Business o. f

home. Big kitchen with pantry I 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath furnished 2 BR partially furnished house I F. D. Oliver. Bldr. aad Lake Property.
& separate< dining rm. H V 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & TWO bedroom duplex. kit-i i house near campus Available and 3 B R unfurnished house for I PIt.FR2-516a Farms and Acreage
foors. By owner. 115.900. 71) clean. For married couples on chen equipped $85 per month. '1! early May. $154 month. Call FR ren;. S79 & sao per mo Ph. 376- I West tn NW 39th Ave. past E. C. "CUKLV KUEHN. Jr. f
NW 19th Lane. Ph. FR 2-3784. ly. Adults. no pets. Rent reasonable. See at 4166 NW 6th St. i 6-7672 from 4 to 6 p.m. 55a from I A.M. to 7 P oM. I the Glen Springs intersection (33 N. MAIN ST.
Call_376-7844 see sign .n left. FR C-:032 Broker FR M544 .
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: Do You Have A Room, Apartment I BEST BUY in buying qualities and I -- 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. _
:
> ; home planning for the dollar. I LARGE upper Apt. Close to center -
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i NW section beyond city limits. of town. Reasonable, good McCOY'S -- -- -- --.

I Or House to Rent? | Young executive preferred area. condition 5100 per mo. L. J. Mo- FOR RENT, 3 BR., 2 story trame FOR RENT unfurnished 2 BR or __ _ ."
: I 3 bedroom 2 bath. spaci! o u S I ratto. 2505 NW. 6th St. FR 2- house. Kitcnen furnished some house $60 per mo. unfurnished Macoma Homes,
throughout. Entrance hall. separate < 495?. other furniture. See at 120 2 BR duplex apt $60 per moI .
dining room, dishwasn- N. W. ,tti St. Call FR
I 6-2893. !I Cell FR 6-7466. Inc.For .
furnished fur-
er. Worth your time to see< in 1BR. apt. water
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS Wunberly Estates off NW 39th rushed. 4123 NW 12th Tedr.. $60 3 BR, living rm.. dining rm.. $100 Available within two weeks. threeor Sale very attractive 3- SUBDIVISIONFOR
vacancy I Ave. Phone 3725689. per mo. Call 376-2641 ar 376-2930 per mo. 106 NW 10th St. Prefer four bedrooms. two baths. bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617E.
ask for Mr. Haynes. male students. McKinney Green I' $12500 per month unfurnished University Ave; walking
I BY OWNER. attractive 4 BR. 2 Inc. FR 23617. near schools/ lease Call
required. distance to Lake Forest
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit bath. lovely yard planted in FURNISHED Apartment for rent .
Kirkpatrick .
FR .8404.I
Agency '
tile 2 BR. 732 NW 23rd Schools. Price S12JOO. $500
I pines & azaleas. Air cond. cent with living Rm. bedroom Blvd. $95 per
heat. tibl. Util.! rm. & swim club bath, air-cond. I. 2 bedroom mo. Call McKinney Green. Inc. I 31 N._Main St. down and $79.50 per month. F SALE
t membership. Walking distance Apt. FR 2-9569. I FR 23617._ 3 BR home for rent. $100 per Cal Gerald or V Q., McCoyJr
---- I Day FR 6-7290. nights FR
month Must lease for 6
to Metcalfe & Howard Bishop. TWO bedroom furnished apt. 2 BEDROOMIbahNejj mos
I 6-5C15. Office N. Main
corner
2832 NE 11th Ter. Ph. FR 4-2349. 1117 NE 31st Ave. Phone 372
I near Univ. & Alachua General versify and J. J. Finley School. 3263. and 23rd BlvdNEW .
If no answer. FR 25567. Hospital.: Ph. FR 67955. Gaines- Phone FR 2-1517 Sundays Week -
I Here's -
what your Vacancy COSTS YOU MCKINNEY"GREEN ville or write R. T. Stroud. P. O. days. 4621119, 1121 N. W. 6th UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. Stove FR 6-0848
:
Box 365. St. Augustine. Ave. & refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ

EVERY DAY until it is rented : MOBILE home, clean 2 bedroom* ON LAKE GENEVA bedroom, Ave.P JJ.. Phone for appt.FORDYCE FR. 65709 after 5:30
large Florida HOMES
I fully furnished. Paved streets. room. month or :
DEATON swimming pool. No pets. 15 S.W. year Mathewson Manor. C III RENTALSCall
.75-2981. ,
2nd Place. FR 2-4093. -
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IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: REALTORS ONE 10-room, 2 bath house. 2 house our you agency wish. to Many find listed.the --

I EAST SIDE screened porches, 2 car garage Also apartments furnished. WALTER """hI> I ll! ': ;"..".. .. aSAVE' '.... '

$40 per mo . $1.33 day Ig. parking lot. Located 805 FORDYCEASSOCIATES
per Northwest GARDENAPARTMENTS NE 2nd St. For information callJ. STUBBS, Iffll
T. How%!. 3721098. ; Norwood
$50 per mo . $1.66 per day I Four B. R. 3 bath HOME two INC. INC.
bedrooms with private bath-2 AVAIL. May 1st. 3 BR. 1 barn. ..'26__W. Univ. 376-1236 ,I
enclosed $57 per month up living rim dining rm., & kitchen. ,
car garage-Large cor. 3 BR, family room, equipped kitchen Hope.
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day ner lot near University. Call Gainesville's Finest Carport screened porch. air conditioner I large lot. Avail. now. i

i FR. 23617.Southwest. central heat. swimming .I $135 per ma. 5010 Newberry Rd. J I 1321 N.W. 16th AVE. "H" I nc.I .
Furnished or unfurnished pool privileges for sm. fee. Good 'I IIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'.IIIIIII!
: $60 mo . $2.00 day Ph. 3725951. J
per per Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart. neighborhood in NE section. PHONE
376-5394
men?. 3D* NE fth St. Phone 376 $125 per mo. Call 372-7111 or 2 BR Kit. equipped, 1206 N.E. gIll 5 NW 40th Drive

:: $65 per mo . $2.16 per day :I Three B. R. 2 bath home-large 9608! FR 66201.AVAILABLE. i 9th Ave.Green$85, Inc.a mo FR Call 23617.McKmney -I 1 3 Br. 2 Bath W erode Homes

landscaped lot with under. Very clean. nicely furnished 1 bedroom for the summer. 1
.1 ground sprinkler system. See at apartment. Tile bath. $65. small bedroom house 2 BR house Ig. living rim dining "We Trade Houses"FINER g We must. sacrifice. this or Property
$70 per mo . $2.33 per day ;1 611 S.W. 41st St.. and call us 733 S E. 5th Ave. FR 6-0644 or Iy furnished also Rm., it separate kitchen. 614 : = -Our inventory is too
for appointment to see. FR. 2- FR 29569 Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. nished extra clean. $ comPlete-1 NW 22nd Ave. Call 376-1950 j i much--We will take llIUII IIIlllllllllJlIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIII/IIIIIItIIIIII! /
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$75 mo . $2.50 day 341 Couple only no pets.
per per 2 large rooms 1st floor, private 6-4320. RENTALSCall I if $850 for our equity.

'An bath, adults 708 E. Univ. Ave. us for Apt's, houses. furn. & HOMESby ;I g You assume $17.000 The following are ready for
$80 $2.66 day Easy Wayto 2 BR, nice lot. fenced. $90 per occupancy.
per mo . per I unfurnished. Approximate
1 and 2 bedroom furnished apartments I .
g mortgage.I
mo. 1 BR,
near $75
own a 3 B. R. 1 bath home In campus. per I MOELLER CAPITAL BUILDERS
MARY I
N. W. area Only $40000 downpayment some air conditioned. mo. Frank Roby at FR 6-2937 offered thru I! |f Hurry to take advantage 3707 N.W. 21st PI.
$85 mo . $2.83 day Summer rates. near Universityand or 2.4351. REALTOR
.
per per and S88 00 a month. Medical Center. 916 S. W. --- DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES 1 of this. 4-BR 2 bam $?eo down.
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I i For details and inspection call 1019 W. Univ FR &-4471.I $107 mo.
ills Ave. Pnone FR 6 3442 or FR INC.NOTHING .
$90 . $3.00 day : FR. 2307. I 2b th. | 1115 NE 5th St.
per mo per 6-2664. : FOR RENT or sale 3 BR.

i ASSOCIATESJ. BEAUTIFUL NEW 1 bedroom NICE 1 i central heat built.in stove. Call DOWN VA 1 3 Br 2 Bath 1442 NE 16th PI.

$95 $3.16 day Fred Butterworth < N. W. 3rd Ave. $90 month 485-3811 after 3 p.m. Our Loss Your 3 BR 8'. bath. $400 down.
per mo. . per Guy Jayne I 1716 a Only $100 Closing g Gain
Col. W. Davis H. Wiltshire CH 5 : Terr.I I per mo.
J. J. Couple preferred. after SEPARATE GARAGE2Bedroom 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th -Our inventory must
=
Multiple Listing t p.m.. 3726243. Stove & refrigerator $115 per MINIMUM DOWN FHA
$100 per mo . $3.33 per day home for lease. Located mo Phone FR 6-2472 Weseman ,I = be lowered We will 3330 & 3320
LARGE bedroom Apt. in nice quiet neighbor-
one upstairs
38 Real Estate Wanted electricity and water I} hood. Kitchen equipped with Realty.3BR.lbath.530N.E.9tP1.____._ i N.W. 6th St. & H take $850 for our EQuiNW 30th Ave.

.. t furnished. $55 per month. Located j Frigidaire refrigerator stove I j & 37th Place g ty. You assume $13.600 3 BR. 1 bath. $550 dn. $79.59

N. E. section. Call FR j and flat ,top hot water heater.' St. $100 a mo, available May g CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR WANT TO BUY 26556. Tiled kitchen. tiled baths and Bth, Call McKinney Green, Inc NEWONE&1WO I Hurry! We must sells

2 or 3 bedroom horn with; 2 BR, 10 x 45 Mobile home for shower. Floor furnace with FR 2-3617. FLOOR PLANS g now' 4617 SE 1st PI.

family room and 2 baths. Kitchen -1 rent. Phone 47559AIRCONDITIONED. I thermostat Window air condi 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath. immediate 4518 & 4608 SE2nd PI.

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS must be equipped. Central apartment tioned. Nice Beautiful floors. screened in occupancy. Near Univ. and Fin- 36R.2BATHSSALESMAN Hflflfl1flNtflmlDffllffIWiImflIRUflftffffi! // / : 3 BR 1 bath $560 dn. $tS
porch. Home =
heat preferred Must be priced I'' com Icy school. Call FR 2-6554. or per me
bedroom and patio with cookout
pletely equipped with Venetian' FOR RENT
right with reasonable down pay. FR 21525. ON PREMISESOR
ment. Write to Box 365.A Near Medical Center and blinds. This home is Ideal for ______ i =
303 SE 38th St.
I Gainesville Sun. Univ. Call FR 23488 or 6-4360. i iI small families or retired couple. I._ CALL FR 2-2511 FOR i 124 SE 7th St.

t BR. 1226'2 NW 8th St.. $65 per More interested in good neighbors WALTER STODDARD. == 3 BR 1 Bath 304 & 314 SE 39th St.
YOUNG to EXECUTIVE would like mo. Call McKinney-Green, Inc. I I and tenants than amountor WATCH FOR EMMETT HOLLOWAY, : t Year Lease, $100 per Mo. 3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn. lit
assume mortgage on 3 bed
FR 23617.EFFICIENCY. rent. Call owner after 6, per mo.
35 Houses for Sale I.II 35 House for SoU room, 2 bath. In N. W section. FR 6-5464. IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT CHRISTINE STONEDAN
I Prefer Littlewood area. Monthly apt.. private entrance I tUIflhlIWIlIIHIIIIlIRIflflhiHffLIIiIllfllffiffffIiIt'4oryood/ IIIUllll lIiIIHllffilBIIIUl8l111111JlHlHIJIIIIIIIIIIII / /
payments to SI 50 4 bath. Lights & hot Water
per mo. BYRD ASSOCIATES INC.
LOT. Open
:17i ON YOUR Cooperativeapartments'o
up FOR SALE in Citra. fla. Two 2 I
Write box furnished. Summer student
405-A
House Sundays. I to 4 p.m. Designed BR homes. nice and clean. Cash Gainesville Sun be built In Gainesville. For 82$ NW. 13th St.
& engineered by U. S. I' price $2500 for each. Wired and stating. address phone and preferred Ph. FR 6-5824. LITTLEWOOD AREA. 4 BR 3 information call FR 62921or t i JACK DE YOT-REALTOR The following are under construction

Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100 I. sheet rocked. Call Mrs. James L.. pric TWO APTS One 1 BR apt. One 2 : bath. 2050 sq. ft. living area write: and will be ready
sq. ft. 3 BR. 2 bath. air cond., j Bowdoin in Newberry,472-2258. BR air conditioned apt. Walk. central heat built-in kit. 1 blk P. O. Box 13956 for occupancy soon."H" .
brick veneer, 2 car garage 1801 I 39 Out of Town Property ing dist. to town. Can FR 2-5314.STTMO. from Westwood Jr. High. 2 MORE GOOD BUYS. I Hope
: ;i- BEDROOMS, baTh. in Gainesville Flo.
2 built
NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes. - blks. from Littlewood elem
Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 4"wESTWOOD :I 1 kitchen rugs'and drapes. patio i i : school. Ideal for Ig. family. or Park 20-23 ACRES 3236 NW 29th Ave.
Month 1o month rental or lease to J University
90. Call FR 8821. 3 ACRES OF land. 2 bedroom amity and elderly persons.PrIced I Inc.
highway 441 3 e R, 2 bath. $700 dn. $91
bedroom I
suit tenant-1 furnishedApt. frontage. railroad
house. other buildings. 3 miles I for immed. sale. $24,500
LITTLEWOOD i available at 1204 NW 23rd i Apts. ideal industrial site per mo.
J. W. nOrlh of Starke on Rt. 301. Ph. 3449 N.W. 13th Ave. 3722893. = We Trade Homesor
Walking distance to schools. 3 9645934 Blvd. Ph. FR 6-2472 Wese- | I
BR 2 baths tome in Skyline j jHeights. KIRKPATRICKCOUNTRY t man_Realty -1113 N. Main St. LOVELY OLDER HOME Property 3301 & 3311

Study hardwood floors HOUSE FOR sale in Keystone rm. A I'' quiet location. 3 Br., Extra I 5 NW 30th Ave.
built-in range & oven. Cent Heights. Fla. 3 BR., 2 baths 1 2 BR furnished apt living I .
heat Shaded back yard. Call horn near Gainesville; acre lot will sacrifice Appraiseat dining rm.. kitchen private Large Lot. Lovely Garden : :uJJIUJIIIUlIJJIJ/IIUIIIIIUIIUlWIIIDUllWllllIIIN' / 4 BR. 2 bath $654 dn $9!

376-0862. J immaculate condition, pleasant SieOCO, will sell for $14.0. bath. Adults anly. Married BUTLER BROS. Area. $12,200ONLY = ALL OUR HOMES ARES per mo.
Call 376-1161. couple or 2 or 3 sober male
Gainesville
after
WHY PAY RENT? surroundings. Yours with orange 5 students. No OPEN FOR Y -
p m. pets. $ WYT gEE 3236 & 3224
New homes. ".500. 3 bedroom tile trees in rear yard with ',2 acre month. Apr. 20 through IOUg-r.1 = JOY SEEING IF
bath $65 per month. Located on for J16.000, or 2Va acres for Can be seen at 414 NE 2nd St. $500 g YOU WILL JUST CALL. NW 30th Ave.
S. E. 45th Terrace. AlSO some $18.000. or IT. acres for 40 Business: PropertiesFOR Ph.FR 4-7212. OFFERSPRING Down-No Closing Costs. New S= 1123 S.E. 4th STREET 3 BR. 2 bath $460 dn. W
122,500 The noose has three I ;! 3 Br. Homes Just Outsi *. FR
trade-ins. Call fR 22372 --- ---- = 4-5301 or FR 4-7919 per mo.
bedrooms and one bath. 3 NICELY furnished apts for rent. City Limits. I Ii
NW SECTION for sale or f3 Owners will carry mort i SALE BY OWNER 1-1 BR apt. 2-2 BR apts. 503 I a1IIJIIIIIJ1lllUlllJ1IIII1IIIIIIIIlIJmJ/ !
and 4 bedroom 2 bath CCB Hwy. land on US 301 No. & So. NE 4th Ave. VALUES IN - --- - -- -- _
hom.. City water. lights and gage.SPACIOUS of Starke 343 ft. tor. next & I "" I
sewer Shown by appointment. and lovely residence couth of Stuckey's. 536 ft. across { 4 ROOMS steam "iiateCI duplex.
available for June occupancy. nicely located Call FR 65821 orj !
Phone FR 2-3826. f road. Ben Suslow P. O. Box
Beautiful hardwood floors. pine 1003 Starke I see at 622 NE 1st St LUXURY NEW HOMESDon't .-

LAW Professor moving spacious panelling three large bed- d .Y Si Trspr-: .. .
3 bedroom. study IV baths,, at- roorns. two tued baths. spacious NICE wv \ -' I
tic fan. built in drawers vanity entertaining area. Priced 42 Farms & Acreage Utilities & antenna furn. Ideal'

and storage. sao month. Negotiate at $24,500 and already connected -'j for working person. 531 SE 2nd buy until you see these NEW homes ;
1062N. 160 acre farm with' ail PI. Ph. FR 22582.
equity. FR 4-2775 equipment.
to city sewers. Half mile paved road in Fernwood Manor 39th St. & 13th PI. Pw.
E. 14th Ave. AIR CONDITIONED for the summer frontage. NICE large, quiet. cool first floor WIN THIS HOME

-WEST VILLA ESTATES weather that Is almost here. I Good farms and acreage; listings. furnished apartment. Good residential 3 Bedroom and 1 and 2 Bath Homes
2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR 2 tiled 1100 square feet of well arranged ; section. Convenient to
bath wall-to-wall carpeting, central freshly decorated living 1 Call Ben Griffin Associate stores and bus lines. With I n
heating. built in kite hen area to car enclosed garage -I walking! distance of square. No NO DOWN PAYMENT VA i iI
Includes dishwasher. Located on and such a convenient I GLADYS SMITH Realtor children or pets. $65 monthly. I
large wooded lot with circle location for less than $22,030. Phone FR 6-5846.
1228 W. University 3725393 FHA J
$400 DOWN
20000. balance 00.
drive Orig. cost NICE efficiency. 2 Beds. Screened
17380. Equity $600. payments FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE front porch. Open back. Electrl-
incl. taxes and ins. $143 per J. W. kiRKPATRICKRealtor RURAL PROPERTIES .
$65
calty run. month. 863 NW. - .
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From $74.38 Month :; ,- -- -- -- -
mo. Phone 372-9172. 31st Ave. FR 20779. I .
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Member Multiple Listing ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTOR '
II l N. Main Phone FR 2804 U.S. Hwy. 441 Micanopy Fla. LARGE front apt. nearbuslin I --tt "x (!' ',
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"COiMINGfVILLAGE ASSOCIATES: Ph. 4663120: & stores. Private entrance $851 tj

Floya Mathlasen Irene Bunnell per mo. Phone 3765805. :Y.- _

A. W. Reece Capt." USN. Ret.. FORDYCE ACREAGE LARGE 2 bedroom furnished -apt. j PAINT THE DOWN PAYMENT : .

LEAVING TOWN must sell 3 BR, Conveniently located 2 blocks I

I bath CCB home. Fla. Rm. 360 acres at $165.00. Over 160 acres from downtown. Suitable for 2 j I AND SAVE CASH
fenced yard. walking di ance of permanent pasture. fenced and to 4 students $40 month. Call J
GREEN public and parochial schools water available truly beautiful FR 6-3070. I,

swim club membership $2200 land. Small parcel available under GARAGE Apt. 1 BR.. LR., Kit. !
invested. Will take $500 equity J400000. Approximately 20 real nice. Water furn. $60 a mo. I
VILLAGE FR- 22064. acres. I 229 NW 15th Ave Call McKfrt-

$60 Month, new CB home. largelot. I Exceptional acreage perfect for ney Green. Inc. FR 23617. All City Services
Low down 300 S.E. cutting Into small tracts only
payment.
GREEN UPPER Duplex, 1 Rooms & bath ,
(39500 an acre. Over 100
20th St. FR 24492YOUNG. acres i -
: available. Call or consult central 1 location, no children, or' Sales Office
pets. Apply 234 S. W. 2nd PI. r .
FORDYCEASSOCIATES ;
VILLAGE -- -.ete
MODERN EFFICIENCIES Air NW39th Terr. & NW 16 Ave.
INC. conditioned Phone A. E. Harp I : ,
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GREEN AMERICAHOMES 92< W. Univ. 376-1236 FR 653)6.NICELY I

99sePER !' furnished convenient Phone FR 29545'or Nights andHolidays

ACRE downtown area. $75. Also garage I
LLAGE located only 1 mile (closest point) apt. air conditioned. $90 Adults FR 6-9048
from city limits of Gainesville only no pets. Inquire Lillian's I

PRESENTS 2 miles highway frontage at intersection Music Store.FURNISHED -

GREEN NEW BRICK of NE 39tn Avenue I bedroom mobile ... '' I
and Orange Heights Roads. 1200 _
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home. Located in South City

VILLAGE MODELSOPEN Will acres consider must be forming sold in a a block.groupif 1 i 'Limits-1181.I' of Alachua. Phone FR AND THE TAPPAN APPLIANCES IN IT

interest justifies. Ph. FR '- The Correct
10 am. Til Dark 2472. I BR furn. apt.. Ig. LR, kit., priv. t

: GREEN FEATURES ent. & bath Vi block from cam- Come out and
: I' i see this luxurious new home. The
105 ACRES pus, avail now e t ti Address For
Fcul1r:
Fireplaces located ii mi. from Sante Fe red. FR 6-7441 or after
VILLAGE Screened porches 2.7 acre tobacco allotment apx. i 6. I I'PRIVATE first
prize is $25,000 which
Custom kitchen cabinetsOv.rsiz.ca Va In very good truck farmland Young Tappan will depositin
newly painted close
bathroomsPlus .
balance in Woods. old
GREEN In. :3 rooms and bath. Hot and t
many other custom
features house terms sheds.Ph FR Price 6-2472$16,754 with cold water furnished Off street I Executives a bank for you to apply towards purchase of

Warner W. Weseman-Realtor parking. No pets. 15 SW. 2nd
VILLAGE VA & FHA Place.
1113 N. MAIN ST.ACREAGE this home. Hundreds of other valuable .
CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto prizes,
GREEN TERMSWalking shopping. 6c$ N.E. 6th St. I j\\ -Pine Forest
161 ACRES fenced. with good 3 Phone FR 2-1391. $65 per month
bedroom CB home. land atlfenced \ \ too. And nothing to buy. All you have to do is enter
distance to elementary and CLEAN and neat near campus /1i'
cross fenced
VILLAGE it Jr. High Schools. Shopping & pasture on good road good and shopping, one bedroom; prefer f Brick & BlockConstruction

Churches.YOUNG MARY MOELLER j' time.married tenants. Call I your name in the Tappan Sweepstakes when you ...:

: GREEN REALTOR Ralph FOSSEY anY-I' p

1019 W. Univ FR 4-4471 11 W. University Ave. Ph. G.E. Kitchens I visit our model home.
"Selling Florida Since .

VILLAGEGREEN AMERICA 43 Col&teJ Property j' 2 Bedroom trailer for rent. Sheffield i I Air Conditioning !


HOMESNW nGViEli FCR SALE 1 61573EFFICIENCY.Trailer Park. Phone FR'I r- (optional ) I TAPPAN BUILT-IN APPLIANCES as featured on THE _

2 t :3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. S. .
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$75
112 SE Ttn St. Sidewalks
SE 7th Ave. Some no down '
pay I
34th & 7th Avenue per mo. Call McKinney Green.
VILLAGE. Phone 3727070MODERN ment.. Monthly Some small payment down J57 MYtnn to- |i Inc. FR 2-3617. Terrazzo Floors TODAY SHOW-LIFE-LOOK-SUNSET. i

SiS. Also homes built on your NEW FURNISHED 3-ROOM
GREEN ENTERTAINMENT is lot for no dawn payment. I DUPLEX APARTMENT 1r- All City i

a pleasure. YOJ will agree notn-- ButlOf Call TOMMY Phone RIDGELL FR I Nicest in town. Good location.on ConveniencesWooded Enter the Tappan Sweepstakes model home THE ;
Ing has been spared in this 3- 2-aI7f ,, bus line. Couples only. No at our ,

LLAGE 4 bedroom. 2 bath custom built pets. :
torn situated on an acre lot 44 Cottages for Rent Soot Month ; Lots MILLBRAE located NE
116 NE am Ave. on 31st Avenue inCourt
with privacy. Call for appoint- I Apply 1 ,
GREEN merit to see tnis home *0. 2 6R. lecher wilts Urge cC* rw*. j I Extra Biq Closets
.2 BR trailer 1 1I a 45", swimming
x
cased at 3420 N W. 21st Place. No pets. 3037 SW Archer Rd.
i pool. Call 372-1367 evenings. Screened Porches
FR 2-5633. I .

VILLAGE BUDGET HOME near Newnans i WELL FURNISHED HOUSE I 2 BR, well. turn. Itt floor duplex. Highland Manor _
VA FHA
Lake. 2 bedroom. 1 bath Price TRAILERS FOR RENT OR |i Quiet near campus. Air cond. or
$7,500 witn terms SALE. See ad under MobileHomes I Accept 3 mature. Quiet. responsible -
GREEN !! the swim
I I 3764494. club community
Class 77. Oh-Kay Trader [ persons. 1 r
INVESTMENT. Alachua Is -
County Court. FR 6-3322. PINE FORPSTBy
: growing invest In the future. I i :
VILLAGE now. Call vs for information on' 2 BEDROOM. modern cottage. 46 Unfurnished" Aprs.

Business locations. Building lots Lake Swan Melrose Boat ramp. .
and Icrage.ALACHUA. Sleeps 7. June 1st thru 21st. $40 Quality Minded I
GREEN Off week P"FR 6-3044: NEW 1 BR duplex apt. kitchen :
equipped. $60 per month en ayear's !& HUGH EDWARDS Inc. : Phone 3723471KIRICPATRICK _
REALTY i. ,
I lease. Ph. 376-8372 days.
45 Furnished I
Apts. ,
VILLAGE Associates 376-7327 evenings. i 372-1551

Member Multiple' Listing .I 2 BEDROOM. large mrmg room i & PIERSON
US N.E. tat St. 17-2441 2 BR. furnished !
apartment. No kitchen equipped. Couple pre
GREEN Art T. Smith. Realtor pets. :311 S. E. ins St. SM month. j ferred. Ho children or pets NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. 1 __
Mabel Core. Associate Ption FR 661. Phone FR 2-4157. I
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Wednesday April 29. 1964 Gainesville Sun 31 I

I 66 Mise .For Sale. 70 Boats-Marine Equip. 85 Automobiles for Salt 85 Automobiles for Sale .

CLASSIFICATION INDEX ONE 14' NErtSOME fishing boat I,I 87 Automobiles Wantcr FOR THE CORRECT i iI

=51 FREEZER AND REFRIGERATORFOR with 1957 Johnson elec. starting: DeSoto. 1957 4 Dr. $500. Good con- BRING out the best in your car. Wanted, 1950 thru 1954 Fords I
SALE. WILL TRADE FOR motor and heavy duty trailer dition. Call FR 2-4568. Superior Auto painting & and Chevrolet 916 $.E. 4th TIME I
ANNOUNCEMENTS ee ONE NEEDING REPAIR with 2 new tires $500. Call FR .work. Fast body _St. Al Herndon Service Station.I I
t la Memorum MERCHANDISE i FREEZERS & REFRIGERATORS 2-4568. DODGE LANCER 1961 mod-770 4 free pickup. dependable service; FR 2-1411
es GASSED IN HOME $9. BUY Dr. s-stick, new tires delivery. WRIGHT'S I I II
t.Card ., ThABks '* Lust F.... t: Machinery Teels6J 1- NEEDING REPAIR. FR 2-1330. Completely refinished fiberglass 376-4404. FR 4-9707. Courtesy OfUniversityCbevrolet
4 rerienalUed Service BolUinr Materials bottom. Like new. Will trade car FORD. 1954 4-door Ford+Matlc. .
e TrmTel InfcrmaliM f4 HeMebeld Ge.da T-A-G APPLIANCES or smaller boat. Can be seen at Body and motor In excellent 1955 RAMBLER Mechanically okay. I
== < Special Ke41eet 65 AnUqieaM Ralyn's Service Station In Cedar dition. New 30 month battery.LINCOLN con. Good tires. .$225. Also N. Main St. at 16th Ave. I
Tested Guaranteed
7 and Key. Phone 2441. camping trailer. Phone FR 6- POOLE-GABLE
Ftorista Misc. Yip Sale 42 Refrigerators from $39 tip Priced for: $275. Phone FR 4-4383.
7705.
1 5 & quick sale at $1,195.
ky Sitter Child n
Can Trading Feita
f ri ... T* G* Aid 68 Articles Wanted -=I 17* Washers Ranges from from $19$39 up up 16 MOHAWK, with top two 35 62 BUICK LeSabre 2 DR. HT. 119 SE First Ave. !

Thajs T. Be. a F *l on Weeds S Dryers from $49 up HP Evlnrudes, Electric starter. 1953 with power steering brakes, P-S. P-B, factory air-cond. all 372-4343 j I II
70 Beats Marine Equip. B 2 Food-Freezers from $99 upi Seminole trailer. $795. 1714 N.E. seats & windows automatic new tires low mileage, best buy I II
I AUTOMOTIVE 71 Camp .Hunt. FiibM 2 Dishwashers from $49 up 6th Terr. transmission, radio heater, original In town, can be,seen at O'Neal I
?. Alr.lu>. Sifes-BeaUU Office E,mtpmei>* E J1l: TV Sets APPLt $35 up paint & Interior. In excellent trailer park lot D. 17 or Cell 70ENMILLER t
17 M.bB B.mt. rr Sale 'tJ Maaleal Merchandise VOYLES CO 72 Office Equipment condition (looks like a after Monday morning FR 2- GAINESVILLE 'I
7S Track for Sate B 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 '56). Price open. Call 372-8441 5892. iI
7* Tracks Wanted GAINESVILLE'S ext. 21. before 5 P.M. weekdaysor AUTO
SO TracUra A Trek BeataU REAL ESTATE FOR SALE GOING out of the building busi largest volume office see at 239-B Flavet III after 1944 RENAULT. 2.000 miles. $1195. SALESI I
| supply dealer,
ness. Will sell all kinds and ChesnuT I I
I e Trailer BenttlsU Office Equipment 5:30 P.M.PLYMOUTH. 1961 Corvalr cdupe auto trans. $995 1007 N. Main St.
I sizes of doors for Vi price. Also Co. Invites you 1960 Vouxhall. $350 -
MUrejelet 53 Lets for to Phone FR 2-6313
8etert Sal. 08 door locks and hinges. Various come In and shop or call for 1960 Fiat 400 $295
1954 4 door. In
good
84 54 I
AiUmebn Waterfront free
Bepalrs delivery.
Propertj Chesnut's BROWN
electrical lights and fixtures. Office
Northcentrol
condition. two new tires. Phone 1963 Corvair Monza 4 In floor Florida's
25 Aitomcblles fur SatoM 33 Busses rue Sale iS Equipment Co. lUftooonzu
also jalousies and awnings windows 106 W. Unlv FR 68881.PONTIAC R & H. steal at $1495.
E:: Swap Can Collates For Sale = Ave. In Downtown Gainesville LargestIndependent 1030 E. Univ. -
and various types of moult
!:=! 1963 Comet custom, 4-D H & H,
S7
Beat Estate ExebangedEDUCATVJHAL 1 Ing. Out side white house paint CHIEFTAN. 1958 4 dr.. $1495. Dealer FR 2-3582
38 Beat Estate Wanted = girl's bicycle. $5. FR 6-OWt between : 73 Musical Merchandise good. $695 cash. Phone FR 6-, Phone 372-3407 or FR 2-0245.
IS Sh* U 4 laatrmetfoaU 39 Oat of Town Property 10 AM. and P.M. 7503. I- .
Musk Da etnf. 40 Baslness Properties 1 1962 BEIGE CORVAIR. Can be
41 Bcsldentlal taeeme 1 ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna SPINET Piano, Used Mahogany VW 1957 fair condition.
roof.
H WAJa-JutncUM finish with sun seen between 3 and 11 p-m. at
43 Farms uea. i Double stack complete. NothIng matching bench $395. radio and heater $450. call Cotton's Mlnit Mart 317 SW 4th
Grldley Music
f else to buy. $15. Brants. Co. FR 25353. RAMBLERTRADEINS
EMPLOYMENT 43 Colored Property Rentals i 466-3416 mornings or after 7:00 Ave. I
17 W.rk Wasted Mat 43-1 Colored Property' Sales | 513 N.W. *th Avenue. ORGAN SALE p.m.

1< Werk Wanted female B DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY Of Christmas Left overs. All VW '63 Micro-Bus, deluxe model. ,
It Sales fletpW&nfsd RENTALS I:is Chairs low as $8. No money new organs. Savings up to 30 radio heater curtains low mile-
13 '. 08: down, low as $f per month. per cent. Earl's Piano Co. Cleanest Cars ,
Belp-31al.
IS Male Help Wasted r Female 43 44 Cottaces FaroiaJied Fer Bent i= Free estimates service. ,Alt pickup work and delivery 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 seat.age Price very $2,195.clean.Melton Split Motors.front i iI

Dramatic 4< Cnftraikhed Apia.Apts. =| teed. Phone 374-7784. guaran- USED Upright Piano $89.' Used 703 N. Main St.. FR 6-7571. In TheCounty
'g 11 Femal Help Wanted Grand Piano $295. New studio I
== 47 Hoases for Bent Farn. i i NOW you can enloy cooking with Piano $395. Used Player Piano VOLKSWAGEN 1960, clean. good
= 48 Houses for Bent Color*. i Gas used, installed $495. Your credit Is mechanical cond.. extras. Call
FARMS & LIVESTOCK gas. range good with
49 &.em. for Bent i5v FREE with LP $65 us. Gainesville FR 6-5345 or FR 2-5520
our gas. Music
Center.
:* Ftrm alpmeal
Hotel Booms I complete. Propane LP Gas.SW J025 W. Univ. Ave. 3725421.USED I II I AND
27 Feed Fertiliser
SI Miie. 1957 Volkswagen,
Bentals 1 Archer Road. Phone FR 6- recently over
I :a Livestock SepptleiI S1A Wanted T. Bent I 5110. drum set for sale Ludwig. hauled. Good condition. Call 372- 59 FORD I Test The Best
landscaping T... Ball 5? Boarders Wanted = _If Interested call FR 2-0056 2881 or 376-8615. Custom, V- standard trans
: 30 Pets Supplies 53 Office E ELECTRIC apt. size GE stove. in mission. 41,000 actual miles. I I
SI LlTesUck WaatedFINANCIAL 54 Easiness D..2a.:: g good condition. $50. For further 76 Airplane SalesRentalsWANT '63 OLDS JETFIRE. R&H. factoryair 1-owner like new condition. I 64
E information call 372-7395. 4 speed transmIssion Tur. $845 Rambler 660 Station Wagon, Automatic, SAVE! I

:1i5 SERVICE s LIKE NEW deluxe model gas TO BE A PILOT??? cond.bo charged John Pierson engine. FR etc.6-3790.New Radio, Air Conditioned, Reclining Seats. Executive's -
'I M Bnaueis OppertanlUee K Special Services range with griddle plus other OR renew your old certificate? Car. Attractive
CHEVROLET excellent
47 MM.. U Lea S3 Home Improfements extras. Call 376-5005. Join our Piper J-3 flying club. 62 T-BIRD 59 condition

M M.ntages 14 BadJo XT Serrlee YOU MAY BE NEGLECTINGyour 85 H.P. with starter and gener. 2-tone blue with clue Interior, full Both(2) Impala cars In 4-door excellent hardtop condi t . . . . . . 52995 AT
s M.ney Wanted :$ Appliance Fnraltare I hearing Our Free Examination ator. No hand cranking. Recorded power including windows seat, tion. One has brand set -
,, will give you an accurate scheduling for each pilot. brakes & steering large radio new 63 Ford Fairlane 500 4-dr., automatic trans-
.__ of No. 1 Sllvertone tires.
IIJ/ -- -- Very
........- report.Gainesville small fee to 'loin. For complete & neater, factory air condition.Iisg.
1II111111l1UIIIIJfIIIIIIi. Hearing Aid Co. details call FR 2-6351 almost new set of white $1095t $1195 mission, radio and heater . . $1995
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. CASSEL-IN-THE-AIR. INC wall tires back seat speaker.
51-A Wonted To
Rent 624 N. Main St. FR 6-0095. BARKLEYMOTORS
62 Rambler
This Is Ambassador bucket
FOR SALE a one owner car and seats auto-
USED Chain Saws $50 up. New 1959 Cessna has 27.000 actual miles. Not a 56 CHEVROLET
LOVELY 172 $6750. scratch it and It's Belalre 4-door, automatic, V->, matic transmission, air conditioned solex
4 bedroom. 2 bath WANTED unfurnished house out 4 tip saws $89.95. We repairall 1959 Cessna 172' $6400. on lust like

home. Near University and Fin- side of city limits. Call between chain saws & lawn mowers. 1952 Piper, PA-22 Trlpacer $3600 new. $2,958. Phone owner, 3728441. radio, heater, power steering. glass, nice . . . . $2195 I
ext. 26 376-2118 after brakes. white wall tires.
lei School. Stove refrigerator 1:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. FR Chain saw rentals. McCulloch. 1959 Piper PA-22 Trlpacer $4990 or power
large yard. Now available. Call 6-2877. Wisconsin and Briggs Stratton 1962 Piper PA-28 Cherokee $9900 5:30 p.m.SURPLUS 2-tone paint. Clean. 62 Ford Galaxy automatic transmission, radio
FR -0192.. dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR
1961 Piper PA-22 from Owner. New $645
-2 BEDROOM house for rent. WANTED apartment.nice.Must dean be willing efficiency to.ccept -6-3411. For details on the Colt.above $2990 call Saab. G.,cars T. 850. 1 fire engine. & heater clean . . . . $1695

Rang. and small dog. Writ Box 4C* CLOSE OUT SALEOn CASSEL-IN-THE-AIR, INC. FR complete. 1 new King Mldgett.
heating stgye.ma. S65 2-6351. Phone 475-5811. 53 CHEVROLET2door 62 Rambler 400, 6 cyl, automatic transmis-
'17 $. E. 4th Ave. Call FR A, Gainesville Sun. Wallpaper. 98c a Roll ___ hardtop. 2-tone paint.
2-8610. HARPER PAINT CO. p Poweryllde brand new set of sion, radio, ai rcond., bucket seats .$1895
53 Office-Desk Space 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366 Automotive Ford White wall tires. Sharp little
49 Rooms For Rent car. 62 Rambler 4-door, automatic transmission.
MOBILE HOME COLEMAN AIR I
CONDITIONING SYSTEMS. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale Falcon $395 radio, heater, clean . . . $1495 63 RAMBLERClassic
OFF I ICES FOR RENT Phone "Dan" FR 6-0267 A-I I .
SINGLE or double room In large New. modern, air conditioned office HANDYMAN SHOP AUTHORIZED I Fairlane 61 Rambler American, 4-door, radio, heater tutomatlc'S50 station wagon
cool rooming house. 2 blocks space. Individual rooms. Coleman Service Center SPECIAL transmission air

oft campus. Kitchen living Rm. Large or small separate units. WYATTTrailer 0 T-Bird I THIS WEEK ONLY clean . . . . . . $995 conditioned radio heater. Real
a maid service. Call FR 2-2726.. Furnished or unfurnished. Phone ELEC. range $69; refrigerator $45; ? sharp. See and Savel
and Secretarial I auto. washer $45. No reasonable 61 4-door air condition.auto-
service optional. 0 Ford Rambler 6-cyl
ATTRACTIVE 56 OLDSMOBILE ,
room with private : Off street offer refused. Phone FR 24604.LARGE $2095
parking. $S5
entrance in quiet modem home. I per month. Call Les Jackson to8.200 console Scott Hi-Fi Phono Sales Trucks Holiday 4-door hardtop. Automatic motic trans., radio, a real buy . $1195
Kitchen t radio. heater. i
privileges. Ideal for U of FR power
F student. FR 2-7883. 6-6461 anytime. Ernest Tew graph. AM-FM. Gerrard chan- Home of steering and brakes. black and 60 -2-door of WW
Realty. I ger. Best offer. Phone FR 6-2691. Pacemaker Mobile Homes white. black and white in Falcon new set tires $795
The Unexpected from
Shasta and Airstream
A NICELY furnished room convenient 1956 WHIRLPOOL AUTOMATIC terior. 63 FORDCustom
Travel FordMustang '60 Chevrolet 9 station auto-
Trailers passenger
wagon
to town & Univ. Phone 54 Business Rentals WASHER. Mechanically excel-
FR 6-5981. t SW 10th St. lent. Phone FR 64887. Ocala's Dealer First- since Mobile 1948 Home $445 matic transmission, power steering and with 300' 4-cylInder 2-dr sedan engine Equipped .

Room. Men double or single. GARAGE space tor rent. 613 S.W. I 5 good used 750 x 14 Firestone. 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. I brakes . . . .'. . . $1295 standard transmission. and
Separate from main house. 2nd St. Call John Merrill, Real-. 4-ply' tires. $5 each. or all 5 for Phone 629-1358 RcsulersonMotors heater. Sharp polar white fin
2636V N.W. 2nd Avenue. Phone tor. FR 21494. I I $20. Phone FR 6-0848. Ocala. Fla. ish. Reduced to:

FR ment.4-7986. Shown by appoint I AIR' ON : nNEff1ce I i SINGER FEATHERWEIGHT TWO one bedroom bedroom house house ,trailer trailer, S900$750. On DisplaySHAW ONE WEEK SPECIALS $1795
NEARLY new $7 per month. Balance $68. .
102 NW 13th St. Men Women location at 3733. West Univ. Ave.or I I 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-1075 Can Monday be to rented.Friday Phone 9 to 5.376-8234 59 Mercury . . . . $845

a day rooms week and month.apts. near FR 6-2937 campus or Ph.1113 FR N. Main 4-2472,St.Weseman Realty KENMORE good condo deluxe$30. attic gas fan stove with Only 3 left SAVE at CLOSE-oUT to $1,500 PRICES ciKEETER 1611 HAWTHORNE I 59 Buick Sta. Wagon . . .,, $895 62

FR 6-1082. SMALL Warehouse for rent. Call louvers 36." like new $45. Com BANK FINANCING ROAD 56 CadilLac . . . . $225 OLDSMOBILE
Dan plete TV antenna $10. Call FR ,
,.NICE Quiet bedroom for rent. Byrd 372-2511. NEW. ,10 ,wide mobile homes 372-5285 F-85 Attractive custom trim.

Businessman or nice sober stu 30 x 40 CCB warehouse with rest- 2-5089. Town 8. Country Trailer Sales Home of A-I Used Cras 60 Chevrolet Sta. Wagon $895 A good buy at only:
dent. $35 per mo. 414 NE 2nd 3860 S.W. Archer Rd. 230 W
room drive-In door parking. excellent REMINGTON standard manual FR 2-2290. University j CARSTRUCKSJEEPSHaven't $1795
St. FR 6-7212.
typewriter with Cover I
location. 523 W. Univ. pica type. FR,2.0503
NICE downstairs rooms closeIn. Ave. In rear. $75 per month. & desk pad excellent cond. $65. FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES J I
private entrance oHtreetparking. __! 376-1206 or 376-8489. FR 2-7920 after 5 p.m. week i
59 Ford 9 Station Wagon. air condition -
531 SE 2nd PI. days. passenger
Ph. FR
N.W. 13th St. Building to be con 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South I
2-2582. structed. Space available for THE best costs less. Dry clothes Gainesville 372-5113 automatic transmission, radio 62 RAMBLER

ROOMS available with private or physician, dentist lawyer pharmacy for less with Philgas from Full- Service Hours 8 Is to 8. Sunday, 11 to 7 You Heard ? heater . . . . . . : $895 4- semi-private bath In nearest off beauty shop and barber gas. Inc. Phone 376-5302. a must with us.

campus University.housing FR 6-3012.to the center of shop. If interested Call 374-1831. GE filter flow automatic washer. 1962 PACEMAKER. 10 x 45'. In 59 Plymouth 9 passenger Sta. Wagon, auto- ditioning.transmission Finished and In air sha/con>
looks and runs like new. Also roll excellent condition. S3895. Can polar white.
BLOCKS- from University. .56 Business Opportunities around 2 speed fan. good condi- be financed locally. Please call matic transmission radio, heater, power

Large air-conditioned apartmentfor tion. Ph. FR 2-2436. FR 2-1637 between 3 and 8 p.m. steering, power brakes . . . $795 $1595
2; also smaller room for 1. BEAUTIFUL, colorful mounted TRAILER for sale in Glynwood 1964 RAMBLER
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Call FR 2-0807. 105 N. W. 7th 12 LANE BOWLING ALLE'r on W. sailfish. 6' ". By Al Pfleguer trailer park, lot 19. 1 BR. with I
Ter. Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity x 15 PAYMENT !
Miami Fla. Only $165. The Tackle Cabana. price $1,200. Call NO DOWN
NICELY furnished room In prlv. the for bowling the right alley man business to get with in Box. 1490 Hawthorne Rd. FR 6-4627. I I 59 RENAULT
ate home. Maid service. Park- ,
Ing space. Reasonable rates. a FR small 4-2441 amount or FR of 4-2930.capital.Ask Call for STRAWBERRIES 40MODELS The Lowest-Priced American-Built car. 2Vi months before YOUR first payment is due (July Dauphlne. Brand new tires. A
_210 E. Univ. Phone FR 6-7423. 25 cents per quart you pick them. I puff
reconditioned. Some
Mr. Haynes. Hayes Farms Brooker Fla. 2, 1964) These cars are completely
-PRIVATE bath. entrance and Delivered at Ridgwoy Motor Co. for have new paint jobs. Some have brand new tires. Everyone $695
parking. Nicely' furnished. New 61 Wanted CLEAN your rugs & upholsterywith ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE ,
to Buy of them is to
refrigerator. 1516 N. E. 7th St. amazing lustre Foem. Use FROM LOWEST PRICES ready 90.
our applicator free. Call Home SMALL DOWN
PAYMENT.
LARGE clean room close in. Beautiful Furniture 1703 N. only : 57 Ford. 4dr. $34 Mon. 53 Chev. 2-dr. $12 Mon.
Daily maid serVice. Reasonable. WANTED: water cooler, must be Main St.SINGER TRAILER MART
Phone FR 4-1423. 622 N. E. 2nd priced reasonable and In good '' 57 .Ply. 2dr. $31 Mon. 58 Rambler $32 Mon. 56 FORD
St. working condition. Call 372-8441. electric console. needs Hwy. 17. Phone 228-1050: 4- ,.
ext. 20. 1-5 weekdays.WE minor repair $30. Call FR 6- OPEN WEEKDAYS 57 Stud. Wag. $24 Mon. 58 Chev. 4-dr. $15 Mon. <1 Fairlane 500. Automatic
PRIVATE ROOM will bath. 1 .Bile. transmission power steering
from campus $35 a- month. 1104 BUY and sell all kinds of furniture 4393. UNTIL 9 p.m. I 57 Ford Wag. $24 Mon. 55 Metro $24 Mon. brakes radio and heater. Brand
S.W. 3rd Ave. FR 2-098. stoves. refrigerators.. BLUE Lustre not only rids cer- SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 1 $1763PLUS new tires.
NICE quiet room telephone and clothes. radios TV. etc. Call pets of soil but leaves pile soft EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA 1 55 Chev. 2-dr. $31 Mon.
FR 2-3937. and lofty. Rent electric sham- $695
carport or kitchen privileges. .$10 : TRAILERS FOR RENT |
McDanieil FurnitureCo.
$I.
pooer
FR SMALL size Lots of Other Models for Less Money!
weekly._ 61961.2Airconditloned camper bottle gas Gainesville Shopping Center. OR SALE !
_
rooms for rent stove. Call 442-9660 Alachua., TRAVEL Trailer and mobile home TAX TAG & TITLE I
Fla. STRAWBERRIES .25 cents a set up on nice location with I
utilities & linens furnished. Kitchenette cabana
private entrance. $12.50 quart.FrL You 468-1770.pick 3 them miles northof Mon. room patio. patio porch RIDGWAY Co. 63 CHEVROLET2dr
Wed
weekly. Men only. Ph. 372-1565. 64 Household Goods roof. $600 to $1500. or rent at Top Trade-in Allowance
Waldo on 301. Mrs. E. E. $40 to $60. including lot rental. I MotOR Impala Sports coupe. Equ
: AIR CONDITIONED clean quiet. Wasdin. Oh-Kay Trailer Court. FR 6- ipped with power steering, radio
room In new home kitchen REPOSSESSED Easiest Possible Terms.I I I and heater. There are 3
Singer portable
MAYTAG. WHIRLPOOL & KEL.
privileges. Phone Linens. 372- VINATORS. New automatic Zig Zag and attachments. RB 3322.SPECIAL 1132 South Main 2-8433 to choose from. Come early
8944 or FR 4-6064. washers from $138.99. sews forward and reverse. ap- THIS WEEK L and get your choice.
20 wide Mobile Home and 1
plique. monogram. fancy stitches acre
URNISHED room with private New Refrigerators from 15888. $2695
and etc. $6 per mo. Bal $36. lot. $10,000 1 mile S of Paynes
entrance and private bath cen- New Freezers from $139.95.
tral heat telephone and garage. New Icemaker refrig. from $279.95. 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-1075. FR Prairie. For appointments ca i 11 Your New Rambler is I I

Call FR 6-5112. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL CHANTILLY LACE) PERSIM- 63052.NOW

NICEcom'orlabie, quiet room In THE VARIETY STORE MON floor length formal. In; SHOWING for You flicessCarof !
private home. Available now. 7 S.E. 1st Avenue very good condition. Originalcost 1964 MOBILE HOMES Waiting at : I 58 FIAT
See at 202 NW 12th Terr. FR FR 4-3484. $40. will sell for $18. See 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor
Plans. Terms tailored to meet Spyder Rvadster. A real nice
6-5361 or-6-2100. at 3416 NW 3rd St. anytime.
I
USED
APPLIANCES
your budget. Drive a little and car.
ROOM FOR RENT thru summer. RANGES FROM 139.9S. CAMPING TRAILER "Reliart Sin a lot at
convenient to campus. use of Refrigerators from $ 9.9S. 20 Demo. excellent cond.. new CONNOLLYMobile Ridgway Motors $795
swimming pooL Reasonable rent. : TV from $39.95. warranty. 2 dW beds, large. See Home Sales Inc.
Ph. FR 4-8714. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL at Murray's Marine. $200 off 2 Miles North on U. S. 441
I
THE VARIETY STORE list Phone
MALE students. single or coufable 7 S.E. 1st Avenue 622-8146
private entrance. 1406N. FR 4-3484. LONG formal. size 11, worn once. Closed SundaysIT'S 1132 S. Main St. FR. 2-8433 i 62 CORVETTE4speed
W. 5th Ave. FR 6-8961. Phone FR 6-6808 after 6 P.M.
APARTMENT SIZE gas range FOOLISHto transmission. 1-top.
A LARGE new. furnished room good condition. Call FR 2-7481. Sharp white with black Interior
bath & entrance 70 Boats-Marine 4)1119. pay more. RECKLESS to
with private I .
-- This Is the
cleanest In
--- the
also private drive, prefer mid- 1 LARGE space heater; 1 sidearm pay less. GET THE REAL I Year"Sale II town
dle-age business lady. Call I water heater. See at 604 I 16 REGAL LANiER Cabin Cruiser FACTS. Payments as low as

372-6948. N.E. 7th Ave. and trailer. Phone 2-5689. $57.29 per month with $300 down. f $3095
LAKE GENEVA I .
Mobile Homes Sales
Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia. "Like New --- -

SERVICESHome 1960 AMERICAN 10' X 46', 1 BR.; -
front kitchen lot 29, Hickory : 63 FIAT

Hill. Call 372-3155. 1100 4-dr sedan. Equipped with
radio and heater.
WE BUY Used Specials" I

USED MOBILE HOMESTop $1395

And Business oollar paid phone 376-0571. j

78 TRUCKS FOR SALE

,I BulldozingSMALL PAINTING 1959 GMC Vi ton pickup. Long -- 62 CHEVROLET4dr

wheel base. Good motor. Good Sedan. Automatic transmission
WANTED painting. Free es- rubber. Excellent farm truck. Porara, V-8 4dr. hard- 64 I air conditioned radio
bulldozer loader dump I timates. No lob too small. Work $500. Paul H. Sutton. 2023 N.W. 63 DODGE ; I I Comet I heater and power steering. For
trucks. fill dirt time rock. TopsoiL guaranteed. Phone FR 2-5630. 33rd Ave. 372-7769. top. Automatic power this tile only:

Phone 372-7844. steering and brakes. Radio I $2295
80 Tractors & Truck Rentals $2288 '
Plumbing
BULLDOZERS & Dragline, Back heater whitewalls. Very clean. ,
hoe. wheel tractors. motor RENT a truck one-way anywhere !
grader. Free estimates. W. G. SEWER INSTALLEDNEW in the USA. from United Rent-
(Buck Johnson FR 604219. & used fixtures. complete Ails. 625 NW 8tft Ave. FR 6-2835. "CUSTOM II IILIMITED" 62 MERCURYLoaded

plumbing service -BIG" JIM ,FARM TRACTOR, Allis Chalmers Dart Tudor. with -
Concrete HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumbing 63 DODGE $1288 equipment Including
FR 2-1589. 1-row good, working with some condition.equipment.Can Heater factory air conditioning. A
sharp 4-dr sedan.
be seen at NW 8m Ave. and ,
CONCRETE finishing. Walks, RemodelingNEED First St. Across street from $2295
drives. patios. slabs and shuffleboard White Electric.
etc. expertly done. Esti-! I' v'* Sedan. Air condi- : 1
A NEW Florida room. carport
m!m Call 377-3384, anytime 83 Motorcycles & Scooters 61 DODGE
patio" screened-In POrch. honed
etc? Call now and get It done I
I auto$1288
1953 Allstate Cruisaire 62 CHEVROLET2dr
FIRE
EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA
scooler.1 I
for the summer months. Call matic power steering
Good condition $95. Also j
372-8049 after 5 P.M. for free Super Sports.. Automatic
English bike $20. Call FR 2-9211 ', !;1'A
estimates. _, : transmission. power steering,
I
FIREEXTINGUISHER Rm 6J(. .. ,
., power brakes, radio and healer
CO, Upholstery 1963 Allstate Cruisaire for sale. nevi1le 4-dr. hard- I I Iff a nice onti
Sales and Servke I Y* price, or trade for used auto PONTIAC ; ---- ..
Ad types of Fire Extinguishers 59 $2395
mobile. Phone 372-9980 after 6PM. ;
top, i
Pick up and delivery servke UPHOLSTER your furniture at I
Appliance Repair & C. R. Thomas Ph. 374-8989 ,I Experienced.reasonable prices.FR 6-9888 Call Sally. equipped. Clean one .owner $ 1 "00 -E"

Air Conditioning Gainesville Ra. ,! 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS

Mortgage Broker !| Sewing-Alterations SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP 61 E. FORDGood

A-I HANDYMAN SHOP ,, Your car's pep & power show : Transportation
SEAMSTRESS I or ail
First in air conditioning and Appliance FHA oo sewing up with a tune-up at BROWN'S two Our with Whitewalls Deluxe wheel
and conventional at lowest kinds & Dressmaking. Mrs. W. ; newest-complete : $595"IN
withers repairs., refrigerators We sell guaranteed current Will rates. Terms to 25 C. Asbelk 3434 N.W. 17th Terrace SERVICE recapping CENTER.& wheel Guaranteed alignment. 60 FALCON tende. Palice $638 I covers Polar White exterior with bright metal trim- ,
etc years. gladly discuss at no 3726655.ALTERATIONS:
FR 6200.Appraiscol. obligation. Call tomorrow.J. 109 N. Main. FR 44EO.AIROND1tIONING. *Red crush-vinyl interior trim Heater *Red carpets i

,W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor on women's Tune up The same engineering know-how that won Comet the :
Service 31 N. Main St. Ph.F R 2-8494 clothing also buttonholes. Special, $2JO for performancetest. Workfs Durability Championship at Daytona-where I
belts. 8 dressmaking. Call THE AUTO GAME .
FRED 8. ARNOLD 37J-8891. AU. makes and models. four specialty equipped Comets ran 100.000 miles eachat
Hawes Powers Motor Co. Air sto-
FRED B. ARNOLD FHA AND REALTOR CONVENTIONALLOANS Conditioning Servicing Center. 58 PLYMOUTHpassenge speeds topping 105 mph! Top trades at the "Homeof lARKLEY'S THE NAME
REALTOR Machine VeSt
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL Sewing Repairs 204 N. Main St.. Phone FR 2- Champions".

:SERVICE 121' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-352J 2561. automatic power
721, W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER $688
MORTGAGE MONEY VICE CO. 815 W. UniversityAve. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE steering . . . . Yours for OPEN SUNDAY
5V* per cent interest. Terms to 376-1075. We repair all !
Auto Equipment 25 years. Makes Work fully guerenteed. CADILLAC SEDAN 1957 DeVille.! !

I BUY BUILD REFINANCECall Loaded with everything. $550. 1106 1 ((2-6))
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt 1 Tires Alignment N.W 38th Terrace. Phone 373.0481. i
125 NW Economy
13 St. Ph. FR 1-2511
exchanged Repair kits for Dan Brake Service CORVAIR Monza '61 equipped 60 FIAT $488
Walker Jacks. Byrd i . .
Factory a uthortz- with radio heater. white sidewall Special .
ed Walker Hydraulic Jack GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA _- tires. 8X100 actual miles. i
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE and 'conventional loans. Low VACATION SPECIAL Assume payments. small equi I $21811 BARKLEYMOTORS
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. rates. Terms to 25 years. 1221 ON famous nationally known Mohawk ty. Will consider elder car lorequltv.
Main FR 2-1497 W. Unrv. Ave. 372-5391 tires . Save UP to Call owner at 3728441.ext. .

Auto Glass FORDYCE and Associates. Inc. 50 wrap on around new tires.retread See that our new ives 33. 8-5 weekdays. f ONE-YEAR G.W. WARRANTY f I
Conventional and F.H.A. I o alas. CHEVY 195 4 Dr. standard transmission
Lah-
traction.
Call 376-1236. moPe mileage COME IN AND BE A WINNER .
Grace Fordyce. law Tire Co. 6M N. Main St. 6 cyL radio, w-w. 2 i
Realtor Fordyc 8. Associates. ; ton blue. Best offer. Can FR

AUTO ness. GLASS Immediate Is our Installation only busi; fUM.Inc.. 924 West University. Ave- WINDOW CLEANING 6-7337.. f I Poole-Gable Used OF $500 OVER ALLOWANCE ON A i

tree pickup & delivery. Add Cars
beautyvalue to your car. WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned I '64 MERCURY & COMET during this sale
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. and waxed houses washed. 18
LONESTAR BIG FISHER-
323 N.W."6th'st: FR Sun Want free esfimafelphone .
6-1558.
Ads yrs. experience.
MAN with 10 H.P. Johnson !
( Trucks)
Dodge-Dart-Dodge 2201 N. Main St.
-- .. I FR 25.ss.Yard motor. Excellent condition. I
I CRANE Lincoln Mercury
Leaving town. Cash talks. Ask

,.ADVERTISE. IX THE Work for. Mr. Turner. Cedar Key 514 N. Main St. FR 2-4951 FR 2-4373
Get Results Trailer Park.,Can 290U I
SERVICE DIRECTORY I CHARLES WORSHAM speo'u-- 506 E. UNIVERSITY AVf. FR 2-4251 j

ing in lawn mowing, edging & ,
pruning. FR 6-1966 anyt ne. ,,


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Leaders Pledge Leave Sooner J ", -

G Drive SlowerLive

Crusade for Racial EqualityWASHINGTON LongerA Now You Never e rFROST !


(AP) Leaders which there shall be no dis unless from them we speak and I "SAFETY CIRCLE"
of the Protestant, Roman crimination." La the world we act to persuade INSPECTION STATIONHAYTHORNE
Catholic and Jewish faiths On Capitol Hill, Protestant I
our people to commit themselves
pledged to a moral crusade for leaders scheduled the first in a to the ii AGENCY
new patterns of
racial equality carry their
series of worship services un- CLEAR
message today to President derscoring their concern about be justice established.and freedom" that must I:1 I. 107 N. MAIN FR 2-1433
Johnson and to Capitol Hill. civil rights. -

They proclaimed it Tuesday The services will be held
night .before more than 6,000 daily at the Lutheran Church of Vote For HARRY EVANS!
people at Georgetown University -
the Reformation while the Senate
declaring that enactmentof is considering Johnson's
a strong civil rights bill is broad civil rights bill. 81l1slIl1
the business of America's
churches. "We feel that this is an issue MY Refrigerator-Freezer
where moral and spiritual fac-
"We are embarked on a
cru-
tors should dominate the political -
sade that will not be ended un- process;' Rabbi Uri Mil Never FROSTS! (L 7 CLEAR!
til every American Is givenequal ler of Baltimore, president of
right, equal opportunities the Synagogue Council of Amer-
mid full recognition of his hUe ica, told the convocation.
I Iox
\.11. dignity," said the Most PROMISE I
Only a handful of the congressmen -
V ".cev..fPatrick Catholic A. O'Boyle, Roman the churchmen hope
archbishop of
to convince were at the gather ,
Washington.
/ I ing. Among them were the floor
Five church leaders iay'tfli
dedicated
..
-|managers of the Johnson bill, _
themselves to the crusade at I Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, D-
the National Interreligious Convocation Minn., and Sen. Thomas Kuchel 4.
on Civil Rights. TO YOU r
R-Calif.
Today, 150 churchmen of all Dr. Eugene Carson Blake of !14 a i r rl.
faiths carry it to the White 1
House for an appointment with Philadelphia, chairman of the 6C G"4 1 'III Ilttt 1
Commission on Religion and
-
.
President Johnson. The President
Race of the National Council of ili
sent to the convocation a
Churches, warned that church
of for SOUND BUSINESS PRACTICES
message praise "thosewho !
unity "will reveal the weakness I IIm
are workin,for a country in and irrelevance of our pulpitsIS I t I PLEDGE to the taxpayers and businessmen of this county a pro-
gram built on sound business practices with courteous treatmentat

Johnson'sDog BETTER TEACHER' all times. SALARIES .

Minimum I PLEDGE to our fine teachers to exert every effort to bring about I
Act salary increases. I shall work to remove salary restrictions basedon
!
examinations for all of our experienced teachers. fS1
9 Wage"IMPORTANT
EQUAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES .
)Defended TO I PLEDGE to the boys and girls of this county a comprehensiveschool .
program designed to give equal opportunity to both college ,
FLORIDA
,/ NEW YORK (AP-A few defenders '? and non-college students.
have joined the dog 1 REDUCTION OF SCHOOLS FEES M4ri MISCkttet
j' fight over President Johnson'sV' I PLEDGE a reduction of school fees and an elimination of un- ti I' ./WKit tr Cop elaw.L .
handling of his beagles. The necessary assessments. -" /72-O./V* cr. I
President still is in the dog
ACTIVE PARENT-TEACHER ORGANIZATIONS
house with many persons for Not manual defrost not
lifting the dogs by their ears. III iiihis I PLEDGE to parents a voice in school matters. I shall encourage ; cycle
and support active Parent-Teacher organizations. in all of our defrost; not automatic defrost; not a I
As the President's ears were schools. .
boxed by dog lovers, who setup IMPROVE NON-INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL CONDITIONS mixed model with automatic; defrost refrigeratorand
a chorus of yelps about
handling of the beagles,Him and s I' I PLEDGE to improve salaries and working conditions for all of our frosty freezer, but-

Her, on Monday, a dog expert I WI non-instructional personnel such as maintenance workers, bus I
overseas came to his defense. l drivers, mechanics and lunchroom employees. COMPLETELY Frost Clear ALWAYS:
I CURTAILMENT OF FUND DRIVES
Bernard Workman of London/I q I PLEDGE a drastic curtailment of school candy safes and other
chairman of the canine defense
league, said today, "I don't believe I'' money raising inconveniences. Amazingly $ S
I
that a beagle comes toy NOT MEDIOCRITY -- THE BEST No.
any harm by picking it up LOW Money
the ears. Their ears are particularly Down
strong." HEAR AND SEE Vote For The BEST Qualified Candidate --
With
PRICED! TradeWhat
Workman added: "Most people BRAILEYODHAM
know how to handle their:
own dogs best."

The President took note of the HARRY EVANSFor
uproar Tuesday. He said he had Candidate for U.S. SenateChannel
picked up the dogs by the ears 4 "Frost Gear' Means to You!
so an Associated Press photographer
could take a picture.
Then he smiled and added that Tonight Superintendent of Public Instruction- JI' Ho > .-flavor h
.o od--enrl seated fcy rapid
an AP reporter "wrote a story 8:30.9:00 p.m. freezing

about my being Inhumane." The Pol.Ad Pd. By Brailey Odium (Pd. Adr. faeiogts ca.' frttzt fo shelves or V Foods It rtfr/gtrafor stcf/ot stay
story included some adverse oat'fo fit other fresh longer, Itep bttitrlMffffmagMr1
comment by dog lovers.
The AP photographer said he Il let cabs slay cleat,fosse, separate V doors Mal ctll to-
had made no request for sucha STATEMENT OF CONDITION ...Co ryf'f apart! easy fa tp all den ,

Press picture.secretary George Ree- APRIL 15, 1964 r
j j81I1Sl11
dy, asked whether there was

complaints any White House by dog reaction lovers,to said the: THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK jt t

"I haven't heard from them as jt jJ f
yet. I've heard nothing about it
t
other than a few stories I've AT GAINESVILLE FROST CLEAR

read in the papers." ". I
Critics of Johnson included : -'' r' GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
veterinarians, the Society for J
the Prevention of Cruelty to An-
RESOURCESS
imals, and officials of the American .

Kennel Coub and the National e Loans and Discounts ..................................................................;.. 6,438,537.50

A defender Beagle Club.of the President Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures ............................................. 482,088.51 IAmuinglfl

was Melvin Schlesinger, presi- Prepaid Expenses ........................................................................... 9,343.86 Deluxe 2-Door I

dent of a Kansas City kennel Other Resources ........................................................................ 37.70
club, who said all the barkingwas Accrued Interest & Income Receivable .................. 61,227.07

just." "Republican propaganda U.S. Government Securities ..............................;..... 3,835,357.58 i i

Florida County & Municipal Bonds ........................ 1 1,266,480.97
Female First Other State & Municipal Bonds .............................. 174,704.01 I I r l is

Federal Reserve Bank Stock .................................... 33,000.00
first HONOLULU time in (the AP)history- For the of' Cash on Hand & Due From Banks .......................... 3,031,170.79 8.401.940.42

Wheeler Air Force Base near
Honolulu, a woman is supervising 15331947.99
the pantry. i
Wheeler's new food service officer LIABILITIES
Is First Lt. Rilly (cq) A. t ls 11

Griffee, who has'a home economics Capital Stock .......................................................... 400,000.00

degree from. Western Mich- Surplus .................................................................... 700,000.00

igan University.Paid Undivided Profits .................................................. 79563.75 I

Advertising Reserve for Contingencies ...................................... 141862.10 1,321,425.85 tI

.I Reserve for Taxes, Interest, etc.................................................... 99,527.53

Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned ...................................... 159,519.79

Dividends Declared, Not Yet Payable ...........................,.............. 1,280.00
Deposits ........................................................................................ S 13,750,194.82


JOIN 15,331,947.99 $


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GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
MEMBER FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP. OF BANKS

OFFICERS MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM I I A Ous 1

S DIRECTORS
JUSTUS L WILLIAMS. President
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JOSEPH H. RIGGS. Vice President JEAN P. AHRANO
EARL HARDEE.Vice President ROBERT M.AVENT ..
Sent IMT contiy and JMT aet bty ERWIN A.'CLAYTONBARNEY
MRS. RUTH R. BRUMBY Assistant Vice President S '
WOODROW W. PARKER Assistant Vice President R. COLSON
YOUUIIUL6U1RD JOSEPH H. RIGGS
MRS. ERNESTINE JENNINGS,Assistant Vice President JUSTUS
L WILLIAMS
MRS. MARGARET A. GIBSON,
.f' E. E. DUNNAVANT. Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier W.GEORGE CARLOS W.ZETROUER WRIGHT N. MAIN & 12th AVE. ;1
ROBERT CORY,Assistant Cashier

,F Co. B, tat B.. 117th Armor Three and One-Half Per Cent ((3'/i) Interest Paid on Savings Accounts I Open Til 9 p.m. Phone 376-1296

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