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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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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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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY : 88th Year' No. 256.GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1964
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f Five school board candidatessaid

last night they will plan

for the orderly and peaceful integration -

of Alachua C oun ty

Schools if elected, but a sixth
a said this was a legal matter for

the courts to decide, not t he
a school board.
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:, .i Willard Williams, incumbent
school board member seeking
"' reelection, said school Integra-

tion was too involved to be an-

swered by a simple "Yes" or
"
"No.

The question regarding can-

didates' views on integrationwas

c : one of five submitted by

I the Classroom Teachers Associations -

It Was A Politic kin' Double Feature Here at Stephen for Foster discussion School.by the

"A "Yes" or "No" answer to
Governor hopefuls beseiged Gainesville last night Tuesday's election.'Sen. Scott Kelly, left, makes a point Mathews, right, pokes some fun 8't opponent Fred this question is a dangerousapproach
and this morning in last-minute campaigning before at last night's Citizens Field rally while Sen. Jack Dickinson's cartoon ads at a breakfast here this morn ," Williams said.
\ ing. (Sun photos by Eddie Davis.)
I "Side affects could trigger irresponsible -
I acts and violence.! "

c Police Seek Williams said it is nut the pre-
He Finds
SwingHis Way rogative of a school board mem-
Sparks Flying ber to try to integrate schools,
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Two Others but that it is a matter for law

j Mathews Tells HereBy enforcement agencies.
Group "The State of Florida's pu-
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1 In SAE Suit In Slaying, \ .: .. pil provide assignment for school law integration does not"

By JIM MCGUIRK JEAN CARVER paigning during the last three He said one candidate, terms he said. ,
Sun Staff WriterA weeks. him ."silk
a stocking porkchop-
Sun, Staff WriterA But Williams
,t husky-voiced John Mathews The Duval senator said de-, per" and another campaigning added, if it ever
measures" an d mer Planning Director Don continued this down
hunt came
"Desperate police told a.breakfast audience of approximately spite the labels placed on him fa.north Florida refers to Mathews to a choice of integrating -
\ \ "flyspecking" labels were Morgan, Planning ,Director David morning for two men possibly 250 here this morn- by other candidates, "they U'will as a "big.city man." schools or closing
placed on the city's position in Godschalk, University of implicated in the apparent hold- ing he has found a statewide boil down to 'Governor them, he will never vote to close
the SAE zoning suit in a hearing Florida President J. Wayne, up murder of a Gainesville "swing to Mathews" in his cam Mathews' when this is over." "Now Bud Dickinson has a the schools.
{ yesterday before Circuit Reitz and the three city com- .storekeeper.R. new label," Mathews said. "He Other candidates took slightly -

Judge George Patten. missioners who voted for the zonIng T. (Uncle Jack) 'I Culpep- calls me the Duval decoy.' I varying stands. They Bald

l' Attorney Winston Arnow, rep- change to substantiate the per,,69, was found shot to death Greek. BreakCeaseFire don't think he knows the effec- they favored a school board-ap

resenting American Oil Co., said, city's position that location, of yesterday morning in his store, Cypriots tiveness" of decoys properlyused. pointed bi-racial committee to
.
the new City Commission xcs-f a ,filling station at the corner ,Culpepper's .Market, 1720 N. study the problem.Dr. .

jority that stopped the service! would jeopardize public,,welfare Waldo Rd.Shortly Mathews slammed Dickson'scomic Harry Evans, candidate
station development shortly aft-' and safety. afterward, 22 year- On CastleNICOSIA .strip ads, noting that the for the school superintendent

er the March, 1963, election He said the affidavits cite the old Robert Joiner of Chipley, intellience of Florida voters has opposing William S. (Tiny)

"threw all roadblocks possible." ,proximity of 'gasollne'storage .turned up at Alachua General been insulted. Talbot, said in the meantime ev-
\ the .tanks at a service station as!\ a Hospital with a bullet in his Cyprus (AP)-''heGreek weapons from a party of Greek ery effort should! be made to
The suit was filed against had "However I
r cypriots ,broke their Cypriots who apparently am happy to
to the' nearby University chest. upgrade the
,} city by Wilbur Bishop as agent danger intersecting' state roads that Gainesville Police Chief W. cease-fire in the Kyrenia moun- fired on the Swedish troops in think he (Dickinson) thinks in Negro schools.quality of teaching
for himself and three other tain range today with a mortar the mixed Greek-Turkish villageof enough of me to put me in the i
overloaded and D. Joiner, said "We ,know he "A sixth ,
.already grade in
property owners and AmericanOil are attack on Turkish Cypriots defending Timi, near the western portof funny papers," Mathews said. pupil a Ne-
taken there in car, but
conflicts at the,cor- was, a school should _
gro be
for pedestrian "I the candidate he as well
and asks : a summary haven't determined who the besieged castle of Paphos. am only .
yet
we has this honor to." educated as any other sixth
judgment. ner.He driving.", St. Hilarion. A U.N. spokesman said the paid signal
the oil was grader in the school "
said that
accused Commissioners companyand system,
Arnow Seven mortar shells firedat attacked when
"We think two other persons were Swedes were they Referring to Dickinson as Evans said. I
Byron Winn, Alan Suther- Bishop's suit insisting that were in the car." Theseare the castle in,15 minutes, but attempted to halt a gun battle "Super Bud," in a discussion Talbot
land and Ed Turlington of "de- the city be stopped from pre- the men the police are now there was no immediate reportof between Greek and Turkish with a Sun reporter followingthe ville principal at Gaines-
l liberate and flagrant" disregard venting the construction was not seeking damage. The cease-fire end Cypriots. The Swedes fired 45 ,Holiday Inn breakfast sponsored High, said GHS was pre-

i l .of Bishop's financial obligations applicable in the light of the Police have:not definitely established ed 13 hours .after it was announced rounds before halting the fight, ,by his county campaign pared to accept a Negro girl
I t for the lankmark corner and city's action in the public interest a connection betweenthe the spokesman said.Thant committee, Mathews criticizedthe last summer, and the fact that

his reliance on rezoning pledgedby two shootings, but have a A spokesman for, the Greek comic strip approach. she withdrew her applicationwas
the commission to allow ,the. Arnow and Bishop's attorney, constant'guard.. in Joiner's hos- Cypriot government expressed not the fault of anyone
Billy Watson, argued that 'their V Urges "This frightens me to think there.
filling station'construction. pital room as doctors prepareto surprise at ,the U.N. report of
clients were damaged by thecity's bullet the fire. that fa the future every candi- There were several Negro
City Attorney Osee Fagan operate to remove the mortar He said as far
challenged the validity 1 of action in rezoning the Joiner was listed in "fair as he knew, the cease-fire still Cyprus Flan date will have to have a comic teachers in the audience. They

Bishop's building permit appli- property and retracting the to poor" condition this morning, was supposed to be in effect. book and eight or nine profes- had been invited by the cr A.

cation filed just a few days be- building,permit an apparent improvement over The U.N. command reportedthat New tfnrk wimtJJ sional public fa his relations" men to Each candidate spoke for 10

,fore the city election last March Judge Patten said be would the- previous day. a Canadian patrol of the UNITED NATIONS A new, whisper ears. minutes on five prepared ques-
after Turlington and Sutherland take the additional pleadingsand No charge has been placed U.N. peace force came under plan for Cyprus was proposed He said the public relations tions. The questions concerned
campaigned against'the filling ,affidaits'un de r advise- against the youth, who is ire at the Turkish village of Ag- peace to the Security Council approach of several of the gov- candidates' views on teacher

station. ment and made, no rulings aft- formally listed as "held for,investigation hirda,in,the southern foothills of yesterday by the Secretary General ernor candidates is "like selling participation and decisionmaking -
Fagan filed affidavits from er yesterday's. two hour hear- of robbery and mur- the Kyrenia range. Presumablythe U Thant soap..they can take anyone and in areas of curriculum selection -
City Manager Bill Green, for- ing. der." fire came from Greek Cypriot called for create an image." school schedules, and
Thant "urgently"
I Culpepper apparently fought a positions along the crest of a other working conditions.One .
officer" to will be sad for Florida
"It
V "top-level political a day
gun battle with his assail- the range near St. Hilarion. question dealt with over-
series of for if it takes comic book to
:; Johnson Delivers 'Sermon9B ants. Found on the floor along Both the U.N. command and negotiate a steps a crowded classrooms and asked
ending bloodshed and hostilityand interest the voters, Mathews
.. with the storekeeper's body anda the Turkish Cypriots had looked the Turkish said. candidates what they intendedto
reintegrating
litter of small cakes and with skepticism on the cease- do about this.
,1 Leaders of 3 Faiths and Greek Cypriot communities.This .
To bread loaves were two pistols., fire, which was announced after Introduced by Osee 'Fagan, Bob Hargrave, president of
One, a .38 special owned by the, U.N. command and ,Secre- he said, would'not con- the county's "lost" representative the Alachua County CIA, moderated
But the burden of his 15 minute had been fired U flict with the'work of the United ,
Sfrui flork Wimtl1 .Culpepper, tary-General Thantput strong through reapportionment the panel discussions.
FRANKLIN talk, ,some of the twice. The other was a s i x- pressure -on the Greek Cypriots Nations mediator, Sakari, Tuo- Mathews apologized for his Evans came out slightly
BEN A.
By churchmen Called it a "sermon"and shot ..22 revolver. It had been to end their five-day-old opera- mioja of Finland, who is seeking tiredness, noting he circled the bruised toward the end of the

{ I WASHINGTON -. President at least one :punctuated it emptied. tion against Turkish Cypriots a long-term political sol Gainesville Airport for more evening when he became the
Johnson today told ''Protestant, at the end with a soft "amen" Chief Joiner said three small controlling the main highway tion.The than an hour-and-one-half after target for a series of questions
Catholic, and Jewish religious was on the future role of religion caliber bullets taken from from Nicosia to the Port of Ky- report did not directly accuse midnight last night and finally directed at him from the floor.
4 leaders that the churches and after the civil rights bill Culpepper's body would be sent renia, on the north coast. the Cypriot government of drove here from' Jacksonville One teacher wanted to knowif
of America have "a is crime lab in Wash- Thant also unveiled U.N. efforts but about 4:30
synagogues passed in "remodeling soci- to the F.B.I. a new hampering a.m. it is true that E. D. Manning -
rare historical opportunity al institutions" and "illuminating ington, D. C. for ballistic tests peace plan to the Security Coun- criticism was strongly implied. He criticized fellow candi- Jr., incumbent school superintendent -
f This is to review their purpose the dark places of the hu- ''to determine if they. had come cil. Thant's report to,the 11-member dates who have taken absolute and Don Allen,

by reawakening the con- man heart. from the .22. UJf. soldiers disarmed a council said the current at- positions on increased taxes, director of instruction qn Mann--
"Laws and government he Police theorized yesterday group of. tack the St Hilarion castle,
science" of the white majorityto Cypriot battlers on noting that the state's needs in ing's staff, are supporting him
"the hope for happiness of aid, "are, at best coarse in- that Culpepper died in a_ rob- Wednesday night for the .first .held by Turkish Cypriotes, "is a governor's term may call for (Evans).
millions of Negro Americans," struments they can deaf bery attempt. time since the peace force be- especially serious since it clear- more funds than current taxes "I don't know who all
he said. only,with the broadest and most If true, the old storekeeperdidn't came operational March 27. ly was a planned and organized provide. but I welcome my

Johnson summoned to ,the (See RIGHTS'on Page :) lose his gun battle. A Swedish contingent seized military effort" Referring to Gov. Farris Bryant's them supporters" he are answered.,
East Room of the White House
no new taxes stand in Another teacher wanted to
177 church officials and laymen 1960, the senator said it was know how Evans managed to

of the three faiths who had Inter-par- British Cuba Trade Aired frustrating to try to provide leg- find out that his opponent had ,-

ticipated in Convocation last night's on Civil islation for educational needs once failed the graduate record '
religious know
particularly "when you_
examination at the Universityof
Rights at Georgetown ,University it's going to be vetoed"He II
Florida, since this is not a
here. WASHINGTON' (AP) Top secretary: and the President discussed are known to be displeased by Hemisphere through propaganda said the state is making public record. Jj

The President's purpose was U5. officials are understood to ,matters of mutual inter- ;:Britain's Cuban trade policy and subversion.The rapid strides in gaining on California : Evans answered that Talbot
clearly to thank the 6,300 have British and other states noted for
urged anew in'priv te counterargument
who fill- estButler which they regard as, a breakIng -
churchmen and women talks here this week that Britain has been fa,Washington 'to the U.S. boycott policy is that their educational programs and (See SCHOOL on Page
ed two halls on the Georgetown of the ,barrier. of economic are "far ahead of us in meeting -
revise its policy of trade with for a conference of the Cen- the boycott is not really effect 2)i I
and overflowed into the _
Campus lastnight's Cuba and, support the U.S. effort tral Treaty Organization which isolation from non-Communist tive, that the United States problems head on. --
at
outside .
parking"witness lot to racial justice to deny vitally 'needed in- ended Wednesday. He Is goingon trade which the United States trades with various Communistcetmtries "Unless we solve our educational edu- .' : :

The rally was bailed by dustrial and transportation, to Japan and the Philippinesfor has been working to build Including the Soviet cation problems scale quality- the I WHERETO ,"
on a large
civil rights backers I In the Sen- equipment to the Castro- government talks seeking some way'to. around Cuba. Union, and that Britain tradi- talk of new industry will be

ate as a decisive gesture of support avoid ,a serious crisis between tJefiaBy trades with all countries idle chatter Mathews said IT
FIND
British-backed Butler, is believed to have of consider- ";
Secretary of State Dean Rusk Indonesia and regardless political : Mathews wife. Gwen, and ,
The President told the gather- has,held a series of discussionson Malaysia over: territorial claims been told, as U.S. officials have at. his, mother, were ,honored at a I,!
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Comics'Of. . 27.Classified
Ing that "This biD Is going to world problems with British pressed by Indonesia. ,recently.said publicly, that the Britain made a.deal with the reception after the breakfast at .. ,. .2 -31 '
pass If it takes us all summer, Foreign Secretary R. A. Butler. Butler is understood to ,be denial of important industrial Castro! government last January the home of. Mrs. James Clay Entertainment 28 '-" }

and this bill Is goig to be signed President Johnson had a conference pleased by''the support ,Britain and. transportation supplies to to sell Cuba 460 buses and spare ton. e Obituaries . 2 t
and enacted into law be- with Butler Wednesday has received from the United Castro is the, only effective ., parts at a total cost fa excess Representatives from Ocala, Opinion Page . 6 -

cause justice and morality de- Officials have confirmed that States fa its efforts to preserve weapon presently available to of#2 mffifeB. France followed Wffliston, Columbia County Sports . 17-20 = J
,maud it" And he credited the Cuban Issues were raised In theRusk'.BuUer the. territorial integrity of .Ma the,United States for countering wife ;a deal to sell trucks to Starke, Union County, Levy and Women's .. 9
chgrcbes and synagogues with talks. The White laysia. Castro's attempts to 'spread .i nice: The United States protected Gflchrist counties also attendedthe .

,gel _to..rnake tills possible. Hou5e"oD11 said that'the foreign Top ftS.: officials'by'contrast communism: in the WesternS t against both sales. breakfast this morning. 1 I'J

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2 Sun Thursday, April 30, 1964Food I r

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t 1: \ State Powerful



I l Industry "t ...... B'I. 'D \.'\ ( : This AgencyNote is the 12th In asi.eelal

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b. \:"-,' series by the Associ-

r obvious \9\ .. \ ated Press Capital Bureau in

........ Tallahassee on the various
Cheats ? 1
schools \ the offices
primary campaigns, -
I p '. i .i. \ .... and the men seekingthem.
I ft :. .
T By SAM DAWSONAP give 1= \ )
By DOUGLAS STARR
Business News Analyst 1 there E.-. Associated Press Writer
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NEW YORK (AP-The food \ ".:..... TALLAHASSEE AP The
1Tr "It ..... ( ) -
Industry may be called on the 4 God," I \ most powerful single state agency -
carpet again to tell why the ij I I in
en the i Florida is the Public Utilities
prices in the stores seem so j loved H\\ Ii Commission, a threemember

high when compared to the 1 group that regulates the
:
prices on the farm. phets .1- rates and duties of all public
: CouIIAaa
President Johnson has asked utilities from railroads to wa
La6
,ter.
Congress to make such a study. "r1
The commission
serves as a
And most housewives will watch ,
,,
75. court to conduct hearings, take
with interest. ; GAINESVILLE WEATHER
ent testimony, levy fines and hand
-Municipal Airport readings down decisions on questions in-
"So
note
They government figures
tc or 24 hours to 8 ajn. today:
showing it takes $10.60 now to Help K volving utilities.
i .iigh 85 at 3 p.m., low 66 at
buy food they could get for $10 must Inspectors of the commission
-,'.' 3:30 a.m. No rainfallTEMPERATURES
have
In 1957-59, or for $10.50 just a the power of deputy sher-

year ago. At tHe same time :) t; :.'l: t'HA ,- ences, I ELSEWHERE iffs.The
frrl......... "ft 11 ...ft..11? l" tt1A. _. spire High as Low 61 PreciPeJacksonville commission acts as an
'I U iAA ", ;!''' f Miami $4 71 3.41 agent of the legislature in fix.
men, complain declining Shock Mathews He's our Tampa SI 73
Doctors ;
.
AlantaNew ing rates.
75 46
prices at the source of supply. GoodbyeTo Orleans
"For 71 43
.
t When the commission
Boston 46 39 was established
The President wants to knowif I Talking Too Much, They SayFor at 4 Washington New York U 54 42 43 1.00.2' in 1889, it was chargedwith

"the benefits of advanced nation Chicago 54 4i .10 regulating only railroadsand

technology are being fairly distributed a politician, it was a shocking prescription Gooney He Denver Kansas City 63 t. 42 41 was called the Railroad

among farmers, processors "Don't talk." Los Ft. Worth Angeles 61 72 50 54 .02 Commission.Over .

distributors, retailers ,And that was exactly the recommendation given Hazard? ligious Seattle 55 35 the years, more and
and consumers." governor hopeful John E. Mathews here this morn- main CEDAR KEY TIDES more duties were added until,
15 Tomorrow High at 4:49 ajn. and
PEARL HARBOR (AP-Mid. ist 3:20 pjn. Low at ':34 am. and 10:52 in 1947, the Legislature decidedit
The food industry has beenon ing.Hoarse breakfast address this
but audible after a ed in p.m. would be more appropriate to
the carpet before. It admits morning, the Jacksonville state senator was whiskedto way Island's gooney birds have call the commission the Railroad .

: the wide spread between the the hospital for a quick examination.m taken to jay-walking since the and Public Utilities Com

price of wheat and a loaf of "They gave me a lecture about not talking so Seabees bounced them out of The Pat mission.

bread, a steer and a steak. much," Mathews whispered. Doctors gave him a their nests. "Yes, Then, last year, the legisla.

stern look for saying that much. ture changed the name again.
/ But this time, as in the past, :Mathews said he averaged 20 speeches a day i The comical gooneys on the this This time, deciding that the

stress industry the spokesmen rising costs are all likely along to earlier this week during his stumping through north mid-Pacific atoll-whose ranks family I Rift railroad is a public utility, the

,f from the Florida. were thinned by a recent exter- now, Legislature changed the name to
: the way to the store workers worriedly hustled him away Public
Campaign mination are man ; Utilities Commission.
farm or ranch. from the hospital, reminding him that all he was program-now |will Commissioners, who
to ) The competing with the Johnson sta earn $14,?
out scouts oversee
They will point to higher to do at a reception for Mrs. Mathews at Mrs. James sending |to tion. TV Cable still could :000 a year, serve staggered
\ transportation charges from the Clayton's home here was to smile and shake hands. paving operations aimed to keep hour con- I terms to provide continuity.This .

farm to the food processing "But. ," he whispered. And they shook their them off Navy runways. were the tinue its fight beyond the FCC year, the only office up

\ plants, and from the mills and heads and .drove away with the candidate.TalbotCharg.es. The scouts, crossing in frontof be> I in the courts. for election is that of Edwin Lee

) packing houses to the super ahead of' In 1' TV Cable picks up network Mason, 49, who has been chair-
or marching slowly
man of the commission for the
markets and corner groceries.The of the a
from three stations in
I industry also will say it UF heavy Seabee equipment, are': programs past three years.

I more for rent and labor keeping Navy men hopping., > FCC San Antonio and one in Waco Mason was appointed to the

pays all along the.route. And it could Sailors are detailed to walk:, with an antenna near Austin. commission in 1959 and won a

L add that the customer-or competition ahead of graders, tractors and l Sen. Then it relays them by cable four-year term in 1960. A nativeof

-keeps demanding Released Info heavy shovels. Their job is tc' and in into the homes of subscribers, Virginia, Mason moved to Miami .
andI 'I who when he was a child and
a monthly fee.
't more expensive processing pay ]
._
pick up the waddling gooneys I lived in Florida
and or ---- the II ever since. He
precooKing
l' packaging and carry them out of harm's I This operation 5s !known as, earned a law degree from Stet.
Office and the Grad firm
freezing. William S. (Tiny) Talbot, can- Registrar's I I
I I community antenna television.I son University in 1940.
didate for superintendent of uate School are the only three
The food industry is sure to way.For lences It is aimed at providing more. Before receiving his appoint-
Schools this places where this information is -in
Alachua ,
County '
( its margin of years, a colony of about H. variety-and in tele-
emphasize that some cases ment to the commission, Mason
morning called on the University -filed. I am not ashamed of my
\ profits on sales is less than for of Florida to investigate the academic record, but I resent 250,000 gooneys-the Blackfootor vision for the first time-in remote served as a special assistant to

most other industries and leaves records room at the College of any politician having access to Layson albatross-have held rights areas having few or no I the U.S. District Attorney, as

I { little room for price slashing. Education, charging that information my personal property." squatter's rights on Midway. television stations. Dade County Justice of the

Figures on the relation of profits from his personal records Talbot's letter says his oppo- Their habit of building nests under can was Peace, and as Dade County

l' to sales in 1963 as compiled there has been shown to nent has stated that he (Talbot) beside Navy runways and of and taL'C commissioner. He is married

by the First National City Bank his opponent,Dr. Harry Evans. failed the GRE test and "will cruising gracefully in take-offl and the father of four children.

of New York show that fort Evans has stated during his not be' admitted to graduate and landing patterns caused l1 tuat: t His opponent in the Democratic -

2,280 manufacturing companies campaign talks that,Talbot fail- school." thousands of dollars damage to primary is Phillip S. Brewerof
t j 5.7 cent. planes when they collided with R. T. CULPEPPERFuneral Miami, a 42-year-old public
,1 the average was per ed the Graduate Record Examination "When questioned by the CTA the -
But 28 meat packing firms averaged at the University.In (Classroom Teachers Association the large birds. The Navy also .I services for R. T. utilities consultant.

'' only 0.7 per cent, 18 baking -- -a letter to Dean Joseph B. ) as to where he obtainedthe became concerned about the Up .,.,_.. (Uncle Jack) Culpepper, 69,

'I\ companies 3 per cent, 11 White of the College of Education -. information he answered danger to airmen. ( who was slain in an attempted Alacliua Gen.

dairy products firms 2.7 per Talbot said: I -to robbery yesterday will be ,
t that 'I got It from Mr. Talbot, Earlier this year, after yearsof eral at
cent, and 92 other food products "I respectfully request an in.' the letter said. study by scientists and biolo- by : ques 3:30 p.m. Saturday.It HospitalApril

: processors 4.2 per cent. vestigation of your records room "This is untrue. I have not gists, the Navy initiated a two- of in will be In Jones-JohnsonK .%
l in regard to my personal folder discussed my academic record to the the '
pronged get
bank's breakdown on pro- program 29
The
1 Funeral Home with Rev. Her
.1 in 1963 shows 59 being turned over to my oppo- with Mr. Evans. Your prompt gooneys out of their hair. In after BIRTHSMr.
fit margins Evans 'E.D.D. attention Joint But man Duke, pastor of the Urn
t nent, Harry to this matter will be and Mrs.
averaging James L.
Buck-
I' food chain companies and killed barger Memorial Advent Christian
I "The College of Education, appreciated." I They gassed 20,000 on to -
1.2 per cent net income on sales birds in nests beside the run eral Church, 0'1 fJ cia ti n g. halter, 2330 SE 46th Terr., a

volume. ways, then began hardtoppingthe first : Masonic rites by Gainesville boy; Mr. and Mrs. Neal A.
Lantz P. 0. Box 952
High
area so other gooneys could The FCC Lodge 41 will follow at graveside
8 Million Sales in 64 I Springs, a girl; Mr. and Mrs.
V More AboutSchool : not take their place. made in Evergreen Cemetery. I Arthur Wallace Rountree, 2221
Masons will meet at 2:30 in he
The project won the blessingof cies In { NW 55th Terr., a boy; Mr. and
Car Makers' DreamBy Audubon Society officials. lodge. I Mrs. William H. Gillis, P. O.

Mr. Culpepper owned ,and 'Box 640, Williston, twin girls;
The plan has well although -
gone Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Rollins,
_
\ From Page 1 JACK LEFLERAP ance in the model year to date, the curious gooneys that c: ,'operated Culpepper's Gorcery Rt. 2 Box 369 a girL
Business News Writer and assuming that general busi- insist on walking in front of: in the 1700 block of Waldo Road. ADMITTED

-11 himself had disclosed that fact NEW YORK (AP-The auto- ness continues to be favorable, equipment have slowed the job He was shot to death in the Daisy Mae Rollins, Clifton
I"" mobile industry is dreaming of there is reason to : store.
him "a long time ago whenwe every expect. slightly. Carr Hill James RfrharHsnn.
to -
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an eight-million car in industry sales of -- -
year some eight Mrs. Marie
were close friends. however He had lived here for 45 May, Donna Gail
Navy hopeful
men are
_ Talbot made no comment.In 1964. million eluding 1964 imports passenger, and about cars, in.1.4 ,'that they've at last founda A years, coming from Doerun, Ga. Lee, Mrs. Lottie K. Duncan,

answer to another question Thinking in Detroit is that million way of keeping their runways He was a member of the Methodist Carol Joan Buckhalter, Katie
trucks
Russell
said. ,
Evans denied having said this dream might turn to and aircraft approaches clear. this Church and Gainesville Louise[ Cheek, William David

p that Talbot did not have the reality. Through last week the do- When the Seabees finish the Lodge 41 F & AM. Blank, Ronald Alden Bennett,

educational requirements to bea mestic Industry had turned out paving-and if the run Barbara Vivian Anderson, all
This optimism is based on gooneys Survivors include his widow of Gainesville Tatti
$2.4 ; Wendy ,
school superintendent in Flor 2,790,856 cars this year, a gainof true to form-birds returning to
the booming sales pace that is Mrs. Ruby L. two Johnson Alberico Sim Ion
a 8.8 per cent over the 2,565 their original nesting ground ; daughters, ; e,
running ahead of last year,, bank Iden Johnson Carmella Sim lone
ida."What I said was that Mr. 072 assembled in the like period -will be unable to build nests. I Mrs. Washington, Sale ; ,
I Talbot was not fully qualified when 7.7 million cars were sold a year ago.Expectations These normally consist of loose City, Ga., and Mrs. Betty Jean Johnson; Alvin Calvin Butler,
: in the United States.
Martha Ann
Rush
Kendall, Gainesville two Micanopy; ,
; sons,
," he said. were that April sand and ironwood needles, no
In answer to a question con- Unless there should be a long production would be the great longer available on the hard. J. C., Seattle, Wash., and Ven- Lochloosa; Robert M. Joiner,

cerning the appointive superin- strike this summer, it is virtually -est in history for the month. topped surface. cent, Pelham, Ga.; two bro- Chipley Williston.; Nancy Pearle Gillis,

tendent system, Williams, Jasper assured that the industrywill Output was estimated at 785-, as thers, Allen, of Doerun, and
Joiner and Lassiter Mason ring up its third successive 000 units, up 13 per cent from Thus, the Navy is crossing its posit BernIe of Vernon, Fla.; two DISCHARGEDMrs.

ill said they favored such a seven-million-plus year in 1964. the 691,079 cars built in April has collective fingers that it finally i sisters, Mrs. Annie May Washington -
I conquered the lovable Dorothy Knight, Mrs.
\ superintendents. That has never been done be 1963. Doerun, and Mr*.
of selecting
system gooneys, some of which Mary W. Rambo, Joyce Ann
fore. In the past, sales have Nine of Ford's 16 assembly are He I Gladys Mathews, Montgomery,
.
household pets among the 3,000 Homer, Daniel Harrison, EricA.
fluctuated from one to an plants were on overtime. I
"I believe the only true way other. year This heavy production servicemen and their familieson : Ala.A. Quick, George Perry, Mrs.
:to stabilize a school system is pace lonely Midway.But of I IMrs. Stella Hall, James Bran-
.
both EDWIN PHILLIPSA.
One of the most optimistic may be at least partly due to
through a superintendent appointed I year, !non, Tom Cassels, Mrs. Myrle
by the school board, but statements to come out of Detroit -I apprehension that a crippling knowing the gooney as in Edwin Philips, a 1912:Peterson, James N. Hague,

is long as people voted it down is from George Russell, strike could develop when labor the Navy knows the gooney, able : graduate of the University of Mrs. Shirley Gerr, Edward L.

.e'U live with this decision," executive vice president .of contracts expire this summer those responsible for the current to-' Florida Law School and former Williams, Mrs. Marian Carryl,
General Motors Corp. but none of the motor companieshas project aren't yet counting now resident of
Joiner said.Williams Gainesville, died baby girl Sanders, Robert Buck-
"Based on the sales'perform- said so. their-er-chickens. I
said he believed go a : April 28 in Sonoma, Calif. and.

tooner or later another referen- ac:

lum on this matter will have I
$132,232.80 Cuba To To U.S.
Flights
D be put before the voters of to Try Stop

Uachua County.All net
the candidates agreed of HAVANA (AP-Prime Minister will defend our sovereignty I

hat teachers should participaten Raceway Winner Hasn't Fidel Castro said Wednes- whatever it may cost"and where
it happen.
the decision-making in admin- day night Cuba will try to pre ever may I

Btrative areas that affect their can vent U.S. reconnaissance flights
vork. WESTBURY N.Y. (AP-It's produced two $100 bills and tor was nervous as a cat." five of over this island "to the limits,, Gainesville Sun

Jack Zimmerman, Williams' only money, but everyone is bought 18 tickets, for $10 each, Hawkins said the bettor appeared horse of what our can do." Published evenings except '
ipponent, said more guidance wondering why the gentlemanwho receiving $20 change."I to be a novice at twin them to weapons Saturday, and Sunday mornings
added won $132,232.80 In the I 10 But in remarks to bv the Gainesville! Pub-
ersonnel should be to' diplomats *
>>> I' double betting, a system in I in fishing; Company at 101 SE
chool staffs to free classroom Roosevelt Raceway twin-double recall distinctly that the which bettors who pick the win. same and newsmen attending a Japanese 2nd Place. Gainesville, Florida,
I
to Wednesday night hasn't dropped chap, who was about 35 and I and entered as second class
eachers from having give ners of the sixth and seventh the that diplomatic reception, he
around to collect the cash. spoke and was dressed like a I I matter at the Post Office at
ests. I races and can turn in their win-
Joiner's The purchaser of the ticket of member of Princeton's class of did not specify if that means Gainesville FlOrida.clacuLATtoH .
Lassiter Mason, opcnent ning tickets and choose the
the richest twin-double ticket In 1955, combined the No. 5 horsein probable 21 Cuba will use Soviet rockets to RATES BY
said he knew from ex-1 winners in the eighth and tonic
I history was first thought to be a the seventh race with every try to bring down U.s. U2 I CARRIER OR MAILI
erience that teachers need to ninth races.
woman. Wednesday the buyerwas horse in the sixth race at race, for planes. Week .45
freed of a lot of UI1Ieces.1
\ e identified as a nervous, $10 each," Hawkins said. "Thenhe "I saw him in the mezzanine tire p 3 Met. S5.S5
work like selling tickets has an-
ary I well-dressed man. asked me to repeat It and after the seventh race," Haw:- The .. The United States All man subscriptions
:9 football games butt A check of the mntuel machines when that was finished he tins said, "and the man seemed ticket nounced it will continue: such be paid In advance. must ; -

Ire bey school also should system keep in in the nd. en-i iI at the track on Long Is-, bought extra $10 tickets on the distraught I asked him if there 1965..- lights despite Cuban protestsand Member of Audit Bureau of ;i

t "Ask' land disclosed that the pasteboard 1-2 combinations. was anything I could do to help the .Soviet support of the pro Circulation!
I Said candidate Mason: was sold by George Hawkins "That made 18 tickets at $10. him and he asked several ques If tests. All matertel I
the Alachua contained
ot what County who works on the third While I was punching out the tions. Then I helped him after hell product** to whole W In f n\a part\ 5
bard of Public Instruction can I floor mezzanine of the grand- tickets, the machine broke down he told me what he wanted to Castro said Cuba "win not V* property of the Galnuvltle.

I 0 for you, but what you cano stand. He recalled selling the and we had to have it re-' do in the last two races." also surrender an inch in the strictly PubHsWoa fortitttn company without(c)th 1t64.* written R.

for it." I ticket because the purchase.paired. During the wait the bet- Hawkins said the ''man took state J lem of flights." He said,prob-l permbsiM et the 1IUbI1IMr.GanHe

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By BECKY QUINN

Help for mentally retarded i :

children in the Alachua Countyarea ..:
is the object of a federal
matching grant of$33,000 awarded -
this week to help finance a
joint program proposed by the '
Area Vocational RehabilitationOffice SideaIk' SakX50,000

k School and Board.the Alachua County

Under the program educa-
tional staff services will be planned .
; for some 180 intellectually-
handicapped youngsters.The .

announcement came from
Winston Bridges Rehabilitation "
Office district director, and WORTH OF OVERSTOCK MUST
Alachua County School Pupil -
,
Supervisor, Mrs. Ruth Sawyer. i1'Ii .
annual The approval grant follows of the two$33,000 years BE SOLD IMMEDIATELY REGARDLESS OF d $"0": n 1 ZTE+ L IJfj


of preparatory' reviews of coup I COST OR LOSS THURS. FRI. and .. rjL lL. I
: ty' and' bordering county needs SAT.r. # .1ff: I r
: for mentally and physically.hanI '
I dicapped children. SOME FLOOR SAMPLES, SOME ONE-OF-A-KIND, ;_ j-I ; I.I..u. '
I The area to benefit from this STRATORS, SOME REPOSSESSIONS, MANY NEW IN J.t : m '- Y II ; I QUALITY; .=

t grant will be an approximate AND ALL CARRY ORIGINAL FULL FACTORY WARRANTEE! o DISCOUNt
; fiftymileradius with Gainesville -
; : as the focal point of opera-
108'T-
; tion and resources.
I\ MU DON'T
NEED WAIT
The area Rehabilitation Of'f -
'floe and Alachua County School t S11S\
CASH-CHARGEIT Bring YOUr [ HUNDREDS
I system were commended for SIU HEVER HAtCM HUNDREDS &
'f the rapid development of an YOU'LL Trailers
1
advanced .. A/30/ H 0 MONEy Trucks, BRAND
program. .:." Ihuts., DOWN! THESE PRICES AKYWHERE etc OF TOP NAME
; The:matching,grant providesfor 10 d.m. and

be a new placed specialized in the counselorto school gptURDAY" MM 2 I TAKE YEARS TO PAY! .ANYnMK' I Come get them! APPLIANCES AT LOW,

offices., It will also provide 1t\RU I LOW TRICES
!\ funds for upgrading homemak .
lag craft horticulture and machine -
work labs for the voca-
I .. tional training programs of -
handicapped youht within the NORGE.KELVINATOR.WHIRLPOOL '
f high schools. Counselor sere .
_
i ice for job placements and on- rE R ERS O.
the-job training will also be. -
i I provided. I 'liES1Rn

\ t According to Bridges and Mrs. '* ctoa,
i i Sawyer, assistance of a much to the needed development ::0FULLY AUTOMATIC IT i REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER RC&


'J area educable"sheltered but severely workshop"retarded for ,'i I'', AH WASHER I Ii ii; I COMBINATION I PORTABiTTELEVlSIONPRICES

PorcelainInside .
children will be drawn from this LI U SLASHED .
I > matching grant in the following I''
year. & Our PRICES SLASHEDPorcela PRICES SLASHED Personal. TV ..... 69

I' Mrs. Sawyer and Bridges said .
"
i that an extensive study of bordering :.." .nil" Emerson 16" TV $89
? "
I. county needs in regardto : $
.
dren teen-aged has been conducted exceptional for chil-the $ ....... ....I. Iii:' I Olympia 19"7'V... $99
I > "'= .
past two years.It no r'f: I>Q j: itIWiIJ: ; G. E. 19" TV ..... $119 '
is their plan that all counseling It?
and vocational I&i !-I h; i $129
diagnostic -Ii Motorola 19" TV .. ii i
training services will be extended ; ..
to the total bordering !, : :' i! ---
county radius which has been lI (1111 IIII r .: ; _1 i
cooperating with them in ,the ti 1 IIJIIIIIJ' '('! I llll(! .

: study preliminary to the grant. ,' ,, I 'llllilliilllll rnmmllJ ..y---l1l !E!
: Currently this would include .. ..:.. ; Kclvlna.tor Auto. $148 .:' I I G. E. No DefrostRcfrigFrcezcr $16& ,m 1 i ol ,

Columbia and Putnam Gilchrist counties.Levy Marion '" .. MulticycleKelvinator ..... ....... ..... -- -,[b.:::: I . .. I I '' !J E1AE\\SO 1.1 I' 'I

-6--iS F I RCA WhirlpoolRefrig. I.C1 '4\10\\ ...

Device ,_ 2specdWash $169 1j S,', .j I.U I No Defrost, Zero '$198'4'- ..IftRO\\\O "

Army ;;;;;-- W and.. Spin r; ._J: f.;,,., Freezer ............. \ S _19
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I I RCA Whirlpool Auto
out 178
228
& .
Refrig Freezer
Inside -
12lb. !
By BlastingBy i' capacity F:1-:' 14' Capacity ..... CONSOLE TELEVISION '

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...
CHARLES BLACK II' III Wringer Washers :: 14
I The Columbus Enquirer --' JIII!! -' ;) R"n:: ::: Cu. Ft. ''139Silvanio
r COLUMBUS Ga. (AP) -The "- =s $49 & UP k. : : "Ii Jt : UprightFreezer 23" Console TV ..
U.S. Army has come up with a '- 'f I.11'.W'k! F rl' .:: .: .
.successful device destined to 71 Elec. Dryers : "::: 198 23" Table 169
gladden the heart of every in- ,1.- .
fantryman-an, instant foxhole.To II'i I m $49 & UP ::. I [ 20 Admiral 23Console $189

dig a proper foxhole in the ..... .
past, a soldier needed a pick 111111 k1: All Porcelain' I 1 II i i.M i Cu. Ft.Freezer.
shovel stamina and sometimes II 1111' Inside ; !ffiJL j I "" :. III! $
Ii I YOU DON'T ; I .199NO
.t a prayer.that some And GIs there and were Marines reports Queen .n! .c "lfi .tl 259 Motorola 23" TV ..
!
in a hurry dug sufficient holes Automatic n
wit\, their bare hands.A I LNEEDOASH It" -" '- '.'';::1il' )!III 11 MONEY DOWN

team from the U.S. Combat 2 Speed III rm' 4&-: Cu. Ft.
Development Command's infantry r" ., lHi ,
'unll.o
Parts .
t't.! '
UprightFreezer
2 Year
agency put the new development Cycle 5 ''fJ\W .
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t on display Wednesday at $178 Warranty Ohaiie-if! I -- '-_-_- ..
,Ft Benning. $168 _
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The result make it L h""
may pos-
_
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sible for'a soldier to pick up a : ._: :: rMOTOROLA- 1 1I
one-pound.foxhole digger from ,
the supply sergeant and take a \ I!
rest while the things digs a hole

'for. What's him. more, says the Army EMERSON' KELVINATOR::I FEDDERSAND RCA VICTOR i :

the hole can be dug in the hardest FAMOM' .'. .. DA70R1TT1i 1'I'
rockiest ground. OTHER AIR CONDITIONER: :1. I: L -
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The foxhole digger comes in .. ...-. ...:.. _' .
for I '" w ';-- '
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two parts-the first part ; '- ::' "- ; !! .iill! j; = Will
blasting a small hole two inchesin : -=-=_==-=-==- -. P 1: "4. I _: ;==:.!;":S:.i:.=.;;:= I', STEREOS .,:_
diameter and several inches ;,. !===== = : III ;! : PRICES SLASHED
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deep. This is known as a pilot .. -- -. : .r. ,
hole. I ==--- = ;p b.. = .;=.: .:I..
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The second of the deviceIs ::::::: !I! : $
placed in the part pilot hole, a pri- .- ========_1 .'",,- ; ; :> :. 3==--: -' Coffee Table Stereo 891 ..
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mer is set and the soldier gets ---- -1 _
: \: Console Walnut $OO
out of the way for about 30 seconds
while a cratering explosiondigs Cob* .*.... ....... ,

The the instant foxhole.foxhole was devel-- 4000 BTU 6000 BTU 9000 BTU 10,000 BTU 14,000 BTU $i 29' -
Stereo ..
oped at the Engineer Researchand AIR CONDITIONER AIR CONDITIONER FM/AM -
AIR
Development Laboratory, CONDITIONER AIR CONDITIONER CONDITIONER .
Ft. Belvoir, Va. Stereo-TV Comb. J L 9
The demonstration showed the :
device works best in hard $94 928948 958 984
rocky, clay-type soil or frozen NO MONEY DOWN
ground. This is because dirt .
blasted from soft; loam-type soil
tends to cave in along the sides .
'
and the soldier has to pitch it ----
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3-J
f out with a shoveL OPEN 9 AM-9 PM, SUN. NOON-S PM ; r QUALITY DISCOUNTS
Although the device still is in GAINESVILLE-ACRES FREE PARKING Ii I.10 III MOMENTS I ttt I OPEN I Q CJ Th. only true measure I That give you instant ,
.
the experimental stage, it is exPected of value guaranteedALWAYS. cash savings guaranteed
!t'- to be tested in the field \...... U.S. 441 N. at 23rd Bird.- Phone 376-8297 III', _CHARGE ACCOUNT s EVERY DAY..J i
by troops beginning in October. .
The instant foxhole varies
about two feet in diameter.
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, Gainesville Sun Thursday April 30, 1964 ..._ _
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F J.;; Alaska Quake Disrupted Nation's Radar Warning STABLE & DIGNIFIEDKeep


Tax Assessor's
1"1',' your
J JOHN RODERICK to construct "back-up" missiles but there is no office in stable
By radar warning system against' Gerhart said generators at no plans I : operating a
Jt surprise attack. the warning installation at installations in the warning net. tion a massive program indica.l. Paid Advertising and dignified manner.
TOKYO
AP-Gen. John K.
( a
Gerhart's disclosure to news- Clear, Alaska, broke down but der to produce
I Gerhart, commander in chief of I I To duplicate the massive, exPensive way KEEP J. p'IERCESMITH
I men contradicted a Defense Department -power was swiftly restored. installations at Clear said he hoped there would be aI I '
the North American Defense announcement shortly "We cranked up and made
.
would serve no useful purpose,i,decision on manufacture of UJS.
Command, said today a power after the quake that the warn-the necessary repairs, he said.
failure during the Alaska earth- ing system across North America The general, who is completing he said. antimissile missiles by the first
quake last month knocked a had continued to function I a tour of U.S. bases in Asia I Gerhart said the Soviets appear -I of next year and that this gar
seven-minute hole in America's normally." and the Pacific, said there were [ to have some antimissile would be filled by 1970 or 1971. .. (P4. Adr.)
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t :: 0i.iji1ttsuil1 fIOHY inn THE Who. 9ll Get : ,the'. Wreckage .


E
L HARRISON. PreiUeat and Ntw lark mhntJl '' is nothing in the New Hampshire returns or the election polls

I t \ rklibcri PAT COWLES. Vie. President SOUTHBy By JAMES RESTON to indicate that this is so. ,
i' ED JOHNSON Vie PreildemtMd
.Florida's Beautiful ExccvtlT EdiUrt W. G. WASHINGTON Nobody who knows the importance of Nevertheless, the direction and control of the party, rather
....... EBEBSOLE. Vie President tad A6'University two strong political parties in the United States can be .any, than the future of Goldwater, is what is now beginning to be

I'. City. ''', UONE.TertUln Vie DirecUri PraUeal BOB Mi TAKTAC-Cfeal* RALPH McGILL thing but depressed by the savage battle now going on' for decided. Te is ahead in delegates, well ahead, even if he is

.r tI.. Haaa, I Palliae tt.'AUa.Fetes...Winning(Gao) C.PablUkerI .itltuU. control of the Republican Party. behind in the polls. He will have the enthusiasm of the dele-
gates and almost certainly ot the galleries in the San Fran-
THE SUN'S POLICY This is not the kind of contest that invigorates and strengthens cisco convention, and if he wins the California primary election

\ \. JohnsonAnd a party. It is too personal and ideological for that: It he will not be easy to stop.
: : 1. Report the
news fully and impartially In the news columns.! time
is not clarifying but confusing the central issues of our
2. Express the opinions of the editorials
Sun
in but
.. only
1:, and the in the conflict IT IS ALL a little
t: 3. Publish aH sides of important controversial issues. 'y: party is being driven reminiscent of the famous story about
't another
prominent
conservative
Republican, Joseph Pub of
: f;The Suns- telephones All Departments-372-8441 ;,:-i The ,The ,conflict, of course, is not new, "Republicans wrote Pennsylvania.
Abraham Lincoln ,to H. L. Pierce in. 1859, "are for both the
V Want Ads-376-4672 .!,l.:. "If you go on like this," of
f\ man and the dollar, but in case of conflict, the man before the one his more liberal Repubicans
---- dollar." The GOP however, is still debating the issue and it said "you'll wreck the party."
f PeopleWASHINGTON is in trouble. -- "Maybe so," replied Joe, "but we'll own the wreckage."

R. We Support Pierce Smith
1 -It is quite FOR FEELING is running so high for Senator Goldwaterand ON THE
possible that President Lyn- against him, that if he wins the presidential nomination, = RIGHT =
\ When J. Pierce Smith took over But even more important, a stable don Johnson is closer to the the moderates and progressives in the party are going to be

I I1 the office of Alachua County Tax Tax Assessor is absolutely vital to American people than are the disheartened or worse, and if he is finally rejected after lead- I

Assessor six months ago, the circum- the Alachua County public school pundits and voices of press ing on the first ballot or so, his ardent supporters will be fur- Too Many

stances were not pleasant. He was and radio. There are those in ious and may even stay home in November.The .
system. With the constitutional tax
appointed to the office by Governor the capital city used to the -
Democratic Party seems to be able to survive its de-
limit of 20 mills already levied in clean, intellectual that
prose
Farris Bryant, who had just suspended fectors. It has strength all, over the nation, and its 'dissident Like Victories
was a part of. the late John
the previous office holder. the county, and no other local revenue Kennedy who profess to finda factions lie primarily in the South, where it can lose a large _

sources available, the tax roll high corn content in com- number of votes and still win.

Now, in the upcoming May primary is a life-or-death matter for many mentaries of LBJ.'This makes The Republican Party, in contrast, must muster all its By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.

Mr. Smith is seeking electionto school functions.The them wince. strength everywhere to overcome its historic weakness in the
South and its organizational weakness in the large cities. As soon as President John- a flat endorsement of their
a four year term in his own right. But Mr.:Johnson is not sup-
\ county last year experiencedthe posed to be another Kennedy.He Even when it is united, it needs a popular national figure like son finishes congratulatinghimself rights by the President of the
is Lyndon Johnson Eisenhower to win, but now it has neither a popular national on his success in United States Both to
onetime Mr. Ken-
turmoil which results from
The intervening six months have erratic ,
school teacher, whose figure nor.unity.In averting a rail strike, which nedy and Mr. Johnson .
shown Mr. Smith not to be a flam- tax assessment policies. The kept
mother had a total'of $25 this situation, the outlook for the Republican Party is one hopes will be sometimesoon procrastinating and
boyant character blazing a spectacular turmoil serves as an excellent yard- when her husband died. He is implyingthat
who'
grim and probably the most relevant question is not and in case before
political path. He is-instead 'stick in, measuring' the six-month worked his way through the going to win in November but who is going 'to dominate the any justice lay somewhere be-

-quiet, conscientious, steady and, record of :Mr. Smith. small, obscure, sun baked machinery of Republican Party after November.IF next November, the nation tween the unions' and the rail ;
.'' Southwest State Teachers should get down to trying to roads' demands; both declined -

most happily, reliable. College. His accent is different IT WERE not for this question, much could be' said for to understand just what it is to remarkthe: essential disparity -
The Gainesville Sun finds him
He is a direct' man. He that happened. ,
nominating Goldwater. He owns the heart if not the mind of in the disputants'strength
These healthy attributes when qualified-as a college graduate knows how to concisely congressional investigation
are war speak the Republican Party workers. Most of the men and women Perhaps a : The unions can act
one is tax assessor. Upon his careful veteran, former Circuit Court deputy clearly, and persuasively.His who have worked hardest for the GOP genuinely favor the is hi order-to set collecting because they I

I and studied performance of duty, clerk, and former real estate dealer. phrases are not honedon Senator from Arizona and have very little affection for Rocke- the matter straight. One can are not regulated by anti-mon- ,

the Board of County Commissioners The Sun feels the election of J. a whetstone of classical feller, Lodge, Nixon or Scranton. maintain a high regard for oply laws the railroads can I
Greek
,\ Latin and a familiarity Mr. Johnson's powers of ca- not.
depend annually for that delicate Pierce Smith to Tax Assessor will with the poets. But he They feel they have held the party together during this diffi- jolery, without attributing to

1 task of adopting the budget and fixing best serve the interests of Alachua communicates as did John' cult generation when they have been out of power for 24 out of him the magical powers to al- What would you have done,

J the tax millage. County. Kennedy. The 'President may the past 32 years, and many of them genuinely believe that ter the deadlocked resolution under the circumstances? Capitulate '

be at his very best in small they have lost mainly because they did not nominate' an at- -of opposing forces which had on principle, and

groups, rather than in ad- tractive conservative like Barry. hardened over the precedingfive scramble for the best deal '
If Let's Keep 'EraAlachua dressing vast audiences. But you can.
I, .... he is by no means at a loss This is, in the opinion of many observers here, a preposterous years.It .
: with either. illusion which weakens the party and will continue to do is difficult to get con-
County population increased velopment of roads, and tend to other so until it is tested and soundly defeated, as I believe it would crete informationneither LYNDON JOHNSON in this i

t 20 per cent in three years. minutiae of government. THERE WAS objection, one be in a race between Goldwater and Johnson. the unions nor the railroadsseem case proved a great negotiator j
talk about exactly in the sense that
to want to
Retail sales increased 13 per cent in may recall, to Mr. Truman'sflat Presi- Neville Chamberlain
Missouri and the subject, and the qualified
-Three of the seats are for twang more
t a single year. Unemployment is down open especially, to his taste in sport YET IF GOLDWATER hurts the party in a spectacular defeat dent's mediators accepted appointment as such when he averted a

to 1.3 cent. the May 5 primary. All three incum- shirts. The louder they were, the chances are that his young militants would still con- on the express provision clash between Czechoslovakiaand

per bent Commissioners are seeking re the better. In fact, once Mr. trol the machinery. It would be Goldwater who would pick the that they would not be Germany by persuading

election. Do they deserve endorse- Truman learned that the loud national chairman, influence the election of the key state asked to divulge the natureof Czechoslovakia to give up a
\ These are mere ciphers. But they ment? patterns annoyed the-more es- chairman and be the leading spokesman of the GOP for the their negotiations and part of Czechoslovakia. But 1

I are graphic expressions of economic thetic, the more he sought for next four years.Eisenhower there are references to promises Mr. Chamberlain's triumph i

\ health, human well-being, and explosive We believe they do. garish, clashing colors. Odious did not control the GOP after he retired be- i by LBJ to secure tax and was temporary, as history \
comparisons were made be- and other benefits for rail- now recognizes, inasmuch as
bause he was not very interested in politics. Nixon did not control
i' potential. They are Alachua tween his and that of there is
style the
general
i it either because, while he almost won in 1960, he did not way management.IT agreement on .
Each of the three incumbents fill- ebullient and dramatic the
1964 version. FRD. proposition that
County, have the affection or the zeal of the party workers. appease-
ed the office with dignity. Each When Mr. Truman called SEEMS fair to say that ment of injustice at the ex-

'Can it that ? appears free of self-serving taint. feuding groups together to Barry Goldwater stands apart from his opponents In this the railroads gave in on an pense of justice is not very
: we keep way. Each of Ala- knock h e ads, it was said by respect. He is a likeable man, and he has the lift of inspiring important matter of princi- often a prudent way to ad-

t expresses awareness some that he "demanded" the loyalty and affection. The young militants around him are ple (their right to change the vance the general welfare.
-Perhaps. Perhaps, if each lets the chua County's growth potential.And office. A critic said exactly quite unlike the supporters of any other GOP candidate. work rules) for the very simple -
this of LBJ when he got the The victory of Mr. John-
\ rim of the wheel bite into the reason that they had lost
Alachua County's problems.We railway unions and operators THEY HAVE something of the ideological fervor of the to son is another defeat for the
faith in their se-
r t shoulder's flesh in syncopated re- together in a last ditch effortto young lieutenants of the European parties of the extreme And power they had system of free enterprise,

t to the call of able leadership. avoid a strike and to, save right and left. And they are not only devoted to Goldwaterand cure justice. whose rule is based on the sovereignty
sponse are not trite to reason to despair: Two
enough repeat the of negotiation.What every of
processes his conservative economic philosophy and militant for- the consumer.
I I the old bromide about not changing ve also have beforeus eign policy but passionately interested in the arts of political presidential commissioners, The railroads will not proceed
the leadership is the three hearings before the fed-
Picking
pur-
horses in the middle of the stream. propaganda and organization. under
is an explanation of unnecessary economic
why eral courts, one of them the ,.
pose of the primary on May 5. It is But feel there is burdens, and the result
we to will
observe difference
compelled
the quite a be-
Maybe this is what the Republican Party wants. Maybe the Supreme Court, a congressional i
time of endorsement and rejection, tween the two be, for the consumer decreased
the
three incumbent commissioners parties -
are mood of the country is in tune with Goldwater's conservative law providing for two
of encouragement and disparagement part and parcel of the formula which Democratic and the Republican. philosophy and wants to go to the right when the rest of the years'.compulsory arbitrationand service at an increased

of hope and despair. And has come up with the right answers tie that. There binds is Governor, admittedly Rocke-, no world seeks to be more moderate and progressive; but there still they could not get price. ..

while the game demands that some for Alachua
County. feller and Senator Goldwater. PRESIDENT. JOHNSON'S
must lose Alachua County is bless-
,
Harold Stassen and Richard
AFTER ALL IS 'IN' personal sweep has a way of
Bd with strong men offering them- The Gainesville Sun sees great M. Nixon have little in com- LBJ ,. ;f: ,, encouraging{ the notion that
selves for service. mon, The Arizona Redeemerhas t "true
merit in the work of County Com- solutions are being reached. -

t missioners Claude Brandon, Edgar with no Henry philosophy Cabot Lodge.to share It is a wonderful thing, t
Views
From the
VisitorsBy
t One of the least spectacular of- Johnson and Sid Martin. Our adviseto is it not, to be able to take a .

,t fices on the ballot is the county com- voters of Alachua County is sim- THERE IS, however, a very plane about for to Appalachia poke I
14 hours
1 fly back
tie
between
; missioner. He is one of five, and his ple: John strong F. Kennedy and the Lyn late RICHARD WILSON from the political professionals once appeared might be a to Washington and announcea i

job is to establish county expendi- don B. Johnson as there was Chief, Cowles Washington who mingle here at public fairly solid Goldwater dele- billion dollar program of re-

tures, set the tax rate, plot the de- Keep. 'em. between Harry S. Truman and Bureau and semi public, gath- gation, the Arizona senator lief!

l Franklin D. Roosevelt. Thereis WASHINGTON The an- erings. This impression is that still emerged from a state President Kennedy, who is f

I THE PRESS AND PRIMARY a thread of political princi- nual spring visitation of editors Republicans like Richard M. convention with more than thought of as a man with daring ,j
THE :; ple, or philosophy, that reaches publishers, D. A. RJS., Nixon, Henry Cabot Lodge,
half political visions had I
the
state's 24 no
all the from Jefferson votes in-
way up business men, school kids and William Scranton are get such "
f verve: His crucial primary ,
to Johnson. The Presi- tact.
and tourists provides Wash- ting a lot of publicity while

l Endorsements for Governor dent expressed is carrying and delineated out.principles by ington with some kind of con- Sen. Barry Goldwateris In California Indiana as ator Humphrey campaign against was fought,Sen '

Mr. Kennedy. They are prin- census on the state of the nation quietly gathering delegateswho well as in the South and else- in West Virginia but hedidn't t
as it is and will be. are committed to him in where
ciples that have'evolved with Goldwater would ap- announce any billion
TALLAHASSEE (APFlo Commercial and Miami Her- Fort Myers Beach for the the nation itself. It is these The spring rites may not varying degree for the presi- pear to be holding a very dollar solutions. In point of .!

rida's governor candidates, ald.The Republican nomination. principles that continue .to be an altogether reliable dential nomination. The wordis hard core of support which no fact, like the phony railroad I
with less than a week to go Most papers did not enteran hold the of being spread by professionals other
minor-
Miami Herald, in addi- party many guide to the nation's mood, candidate can claim, settlement, there are no billion I
in this first primary c a m- tion to endorsing Dickinsonand opinion on the Republican ities and differences together. but they do at least provide: disattached from one and which thus far has been dollar solutions to Appalachia's I
paign, are loudly touting their campaign. The Fort Lauderdale A from or another that Gold-
camp
Mathews, also gave its man Hyannis Port a forum where, in one formor immune to dispersal, discus- problems -there Is
I editorial endorse I
newspaper News, however, said and Harvard believe water is closer and
in getting
approval to Rep. Fred Karlof may another, the nation's great sion of this appearance of un- only the solution of adjusting i
ments as evidence of their Rep. Charles Holley of Pinel-] them well
Volusia County. as as a man from closer to the magical figureof shakeable strength dominatesthe to an
mingle with the commoners. unpleasant reality, ;
l popularity and qualifications las County was the best of Southwest Teachers I
Collegeand 655
:( for the office. The newspaper said this the three seeking the nom- Johnson City. Out of this mingling the observer -, delegates necessaryto spring ga -fest in Wash- which is the need for massive l :
give him the i I
president a
ington. Once again, and for resettlement.
I These endorsements are step was taken because "anyof ination. Holley's home town emerges with some And this !
: II highly prized plums and the the three would acquit newspaper, the St. Peters So along, we find Mr.well.Johnson The civil going impressions.The nomination. the first time since Presi- is something that can be financed 1
;1 himself and Florida in the very dent Kennedy's assassination, only by a) :
candidates seek them avidly. burg Times said none of the government -
will hurt
rights fight him is
some SOME
leading impression LEADING Democratic
Just who is leading in this mighty seat of chief magis three Republican.candidates Goldwater takes on the appearance which will,do so pursuant -
but how could it be other- his acts to all levelsof
appeals political operators share
of front Runner. to
battle for endorsements is trate. was qualified. The third a political pressure, or
candidate wise. Those who the bill
fight
society, although his vivid this view and that it
about as questionable and un- Karl also had the endorse- is Ken Folks of Orlando aren't going anywhere. The say b) industry, which will do so
personality characteristicswill sounds to them almost too
certain as who is leading ment of his home county a member of the Or nation must treat all its citizens ANOTHER IMPRESSION is pursuant to the pressures of
\ still take some getting good to be true. For Mr. John-
currently;in the battle for newspapers the Daytona ange County School Board. alike. It hasn't done so. that whether President John- the consumer market.
votes. This would depend on Beach News-Journal and the About a dozen daily news Either American' is used to. Hardly anyone fails son would.like nothing better son likes it or not-and there

how one counts the numberof Deland Sun-News, which papers indicated they would commonly and equally citrenship held to mention that he hopes than to tangle in the presidential are plenty of indications that BUT AS GOVERNMENT ;
newspapers in a city not make Lyndon Johnson will take campaign with his old he does not like
championed Karl's cause in any endorsement in or it isn't.A it-Robert F. gets increasingly in the way
1 where two papers are jointly February.Sen. the first primary. For some, care of his health, he is over- Senate antagonist, believingthat Kennedy may box in the Pres- of the consumer's assertion of

I owned and the relative size Scott Kelly of Lake- like the Florida Times Union PRESIDENT can't get doing, and is driving other Goldwater would split ident on the vice presidential his sovereignty, governm e n t t i

of the endorsing papers. land also won the endorse- and Jacksonville Journal really hurt standing for that people.too hard. There's the Republican Party irre- nomination. Wise obser- gets in the way of industry's J

Numerically former state ment of his home-area news-. this follows long established principle. Some say they find cluck-clucking about his fast parably. Mr. Johnson's next vation on politics often formulation of natural remedies

Sen. Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson papers. The Lakeland Ledger, policy against endorsing 'candidates it hard to "identify with driving and beer sipping, choice is said to be RichardM. comes from people in the opposite for economic fllnetses.

and State Sen. John Ma- Lake Wales Highlander and for office. him." This has been trae of jokes about the one TV channel Nixon.It camp and one of the

thews appear to be out in Winter Haven News Chief all Other dailies not endorsing all presidents .' there always in Austin, Tex., much is that sagest of these says that Mr. President Johnson's attitude
front of the endorsement came out for him so,did the candidates include the Fort were those who didn't head-shaking over hisear-i. quite surprising Johnson is already trapped.Our is that of a man who, no
parade in daily newspapers.' Fort Lauderdale News. Pierce News Tribune, Ocala warm to them. It is difficultto thy manners, and yackety- professionals in both parties matter the rhetoric he con-
I Mathews received the en Star- Banner, Orlando Sen ti- follow a man like John F. yack pro and con-about turn- should judge Goldwater to be spring visitors have tinues to use, has lost faith
dorsement of the Tampa Miami Mayor Robert King nel-Star, Panama City News- Kennedy.But ing off the lights. at a higher level of strength just about as much to go on in the consumer to regulate
Times, the Tampa Tribune, High won the backing of the than the observer ;
the
Herald St Petersburg Independent if we look back in history average as the regular denizens of nation's economy. The
and the -
Miami
News Key i
St Petersburg Times, Clear- West Citizen. Tallahassee Democrat we find it was a country BUT WHEN LYNDON, as that is to say newspaper reporters the capital, but at least they same consumer who rides the I

water Sun, Sarasota Herald Sanford Herald and St lawyer and soldier, An- everyone compulsively* calls editors, and various lend diversity to the otherwise trains, and used to pull coal --
4 Tribune, Miami Beach Mayor Haydon Burns of Augustine Record. drew Jackson, who reformed him, appears in person he other self-appointed experts in stagnant discussions out of the bowels of Appalachia
who-like Dick-
the Miami Herald. Jacksonville
Sun and The Pompano Beach Sun- the field. riding on
the who Recently,
bank which
brought have been
Texas wows 'em, whether at the going on to make them
Dickinson had ,the approvalof inson was making his second run. The
4 Sentinel Gainesville Sun, into the Union who broke the the so called Goldwater here. On two points
White House the visitors President
rose garden has
the Bradenton Herald, Hol bid for the govern 0 is Jackson County Floridian at of or of his shown him-
theory interposition and slump representatives and the
lywood Sun Tattler, Melbourne chair, was endorsed by the Marianna Collier County the established in a squalid poverty pocket, to denizens seem to self to be a successful tem-
: various sought
essential opponents A
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Times, Palm Beach Pensacola NewsJournal.The News at Naples, Sarasota that the eloquent philosopher principles whether speaking to editors, make the ordinarily Republican agree would Goldwater nomination porizer, raising only the ques-

Post-Times, Delray Beach Fort Myers News- Journal and Cocoa Tribune i- Jefferson,. had writ businessmen or' school kids. state of Iowa an exam- in the cause an explosion tion whether an indefinite ser-

News-Journal, Palatka News, Press did not endorse a Dem- have not yet made an ten into the Declaration of Another impression emerges ple in point .of Goldwater's ty; Goldwater Republican Par- ies of temporizations of this

Fort Walton Beach Play- ocratic candidate, but gave endorsement, but some may Independence. from the spring concensus, 'decline. While it Is true that don Johnson or not, Lyn. order can lead anywhere ex-

ground News, Leesburg nod to H. B. (Bob) Foster of do so in the next few days Performance counts most. not from the commoners but inroads' ,were made on what made.. probably has it cept to a politically managed

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ji the guest speaker. I a consultant in the division of

CONSCIENCEOF 1 COLORED NEWSB. Each member is asked to give instruction, State Department of

his or her cooperation. Rev. Education.The .

James Cato, pastor Mrs. Eva committee
to
; sought eval-
( Sun .. F. Childs, Colored News Editor Presley, reporter. I uate Gibbs Junior College according -

CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSGreater Rev. L. A. Tillman, pastor; Mrs. NEWS I to SACS standards in

THE Ft Clark Baptist Ovella Perry, president; Mrs.P. ALACHUA the following areas: aims and

Sunday School 10 a.m.; morning L. Scott, reporter.TO The Parent-Teacher Association -objectives, organizations, curriculum -
worship 11 a.m.; and afternoon of A. L. Mebane High e n t ran ce requirements

JOHN r bU>heri L HARBISON.PAT COWLES.Preildeml Vie PresW M SOUTHBy worship, Communion, 3 HOLD MONTHLY School will hold its final meeting faculty, instruction, financial

dent ED JOHNSON. Vice Preildent p.m. You ar always welcome.Rev. MEETINGThe for the school term Monday, support, library labora-

Florida's Beautiful and ExeeatiT Editor W. C. (BiD) W. A. Miles, pastor; Mrs. Juvenile Lodge No. 113 May 4, at 8 p.m. at the school.I tories, physical plant general
EBEKSOLE. Vice President aD' Ad- Chatman During the meeting, there will, tone, and stability of instruction -
TAKTA& Mayola reporter. will hold its regular monthly
BOB
'University City' vertlsinc DireeUnt RALPH McGILL be an election of officers. student personnel
> gradua.
LIONE. Vie Prewaenl and C'reuUUOB Pniti Prize Johnson Chapel Baptist meeting Saturday at 4 p.m. at
WinnIng p.bluhcrOf _
Mn&tt. I Ute AUaa'.. (Ga.) CMUtaUM Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; morn- the home of Miss Rosa M. I tion, and records.

ing worship 11 a.m.; afternoon Brown, of 915 SE 7th Street. SPECIAL NOTICEAll The Committee will file a
TIlE SUN'S POUCY members of Queen Esther written report with the Atlan.
worship Communion 3 p.m.; I Applications for the trip to
JohnsonAnd Court Heroines of Jerico No. 217 ta office of the Assiciation. Results
1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. B.T.U., 6 p.m.; and night services -I Tampa May 24, Sunday, are tobe
asked to meet at the of the visit will help to determine
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in--but only in-editorials V 7:30 p.m. Johnson Chapel > submitted during the meet- are regular -
1 3. Publish all sides _of important controversial issues. Baptist Church will conduct a ing. There will be an election of meeting place at Alachua Tuesday whether Gibbs Junior

V ThePeople joint service'at the Spring Hill officers. , The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 Mrs. Jessie Jones, delegate, full membership on the _
-t Baptist Church Friday, 8 p.m. The dues are to be paid in
V Want Ads-376-4672 in behalf of both choirs No. 2 full. Miss Ann L. Simmons, president will give a report from the I basis of the Association's high
Grand Lodge at the meeting.The standards. Formal announcement
and the Ushers' Board. Rev. W. ; Master Donald Ross secretary -
1.. .- J. Mrs. Harriet dues are to be paid in of the Association's deci-
;1- Taylor, pastor; of finance; Mrs. P. L.
sion will be made at its fall
ull. Mrs. M.A.
f. Jones Emily Hymes
reporter. Scott, reporter.
We Support Pierce Smith WASHINGTONIt is quite Newberry Mt. Zora BaptistThe M. meeting in Dallas, Texas.In .
the visit.
commenting on
1. regular schedule of services -PLANS GUEST TEA
possible that President
it 1.r. When J. Pierce Smith took over But even more important, a stable V don Johnson is closer to Lyn-the will be held Sunday. Rev. There will be given a Guest NOTICES Dr. John W. Rembert, Gibbs'
.President said "I
Both Ushers Boards 1 and 2 was pleased
Vt the office of Alachua County Tax Tax Assessor is absolutely vital to American people than are the leRoy Thompson pastor; Robert Tea at the home of Mrs. Bessie I with the'calibre of the
will have at the visiting
a joint meeting
Assessor six months the circumstances jid voices of Williams, reporter.Mt. M. Johnson in the interest of
ago, pundits
f the Alachua County public school press Pleasant Methodist home of Mrs. Stacy Crawford, I committee. It represented several -
the First Baptist Church on
and radio. There those in
were not pleasant. He was are of 600 SW 5th St. Satruday at different college areas,
With the constitutional tax Choir No. 1 will have its ,
I system. the used to rehearsal -Sunday at 3 p.m
capital city the
appointed to the office by Governor 7:30 p.m. Rev. L A. Tillman, I thus enhancing a more objec-
; 7:30 J. C.
today The is invited. Mrs.
p.m. public
limit of 20 mills already levied in clean intellectual prose that tive evaluation."
Farris Bryant, who had just sus- was a part of the late John lawls, president; Richard Parker Bessie M. Johnson reporter.The pastor; Mrs. J. Gainey, repor-
the county and no other local revenue I "While we are certainly in no
office holder. organist. Love Feast will
the previous services ereBoth
pended : Kennedy who profess to finda monthly worship .position to predict how the
sources available, the tax roll high corn content in commentaries be> observed on Friday 7:30 p.m.May list Church today, April 30, at chitterlings and chicken
Association will act
on our request -
dinners will be sold in the din-I
is life-or-death matter for of LBJ. This makes Fellowship Day, sponsoredby 8 p.m.
F
Now, in the upcoming May pri- a many ingroom of the Mt. Moriah Bap- for membership we are
the United Church Women of The is invited.
public
mary, :Mr. Smith is seeking electionto school functions.The them wince. Gainesville, will be observedat tist Church Saturday. I understandably hoping that the

a four year term in his own right. But Mr. Johnson is not sup- 10. a.m. Friday at the Holy REV. E. ROLLINS Committee has found that we
posed to be another Kennedy.He PLANS MEETINGThe have met or surpassed all re
county last year experienced Trinity Episcopal Church. The I SPEAKS MAY 3

The intervening six months have the turmoil which results from erratic is Lyndon Johnson one- program entitled "One Family I The Rev. E. Rollins of Jacksonville "We Do Our Part Club"of quirements. We shall aid use thecommittee's
to
time school teacher whose report us in
Under God" Bell's the Shady Grove Primitive
focusing on well known
in Gainesville
shown :Mr. Smith not to be a flam- tax assessment policies. The mother had a total of $25 the continuous growth of the
V f Nursery and the problem of will be the principal Baptist Church will hold its
boyant character blazing' a" spectacular turmoil serves as an excellent yard- when her husband died. He school dropouts. The public is speaker during the morning meeting at the home of Mrs. College."

political path. He is-instead stick in measuring the six-month worked his way through the invited. Rev. W. M. Ferguson, worship at 11 a.m. at the *Mt. Ethel Blake May 3 at 3 p.m.

-quiet, conscientious, steady and, record of Mr. Smith. small Southwest obscure State, sun Teachers- baked p sr._ .. Olive Primitive Baptist Church SCOUTS ON TWO DAY
reliable. Mt. Carmel Baptist There AILING AT HOME MISSION
most happily
His accent is differ-
( The Gainesville Sun finds him College. will be a Teachers' Meeting to- BROTHERHOOD The following persons are ail
ent. He is direct He
TALLAHASSEE
a man. Eleven
day, 7 p.m., and also a Busi- SERVICES SET ing in their homes: Mrs. Estella of
These are healthy attributes when qualified-as a college graduate, war knows how to speak concisely Knowles and the 20 major league baseb all
I ness Meeting, 8 p.m.; and both for the Baptist Brotherhood will Mrs. Rosa Fair-
one is tax assessor. Upon his careful veteran, former Circuit Court deputy clearly, and persuasively.His Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will have be held at the Friendship Bap- cloth. I teams sent scouts on a two-day

I and studied performance of duty, clerk, and former real estate dealer. phrases are not honedon their joint rehearsal tomorrow, Sunday. Their friends are urged to mission to watch the three-team
I whetstone of classical
a round robin baseball
1 the Board of County Commissioners The Sun feels the election of J. Greek, Latin and a familiarity 8 I p.m. Rev. T. A. Wright, pas- visit them. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, here at Florida A&M University tourney

depend annually for that delicate Pierce Smith to Tax Assessor will with the poets. But he tor; Mrs. Esther W. Hamm re SLATES BUSINESS MEETING reporter. during the Spring Sports Carnival -

task of adopting the budget and fixing best serve the Interests of Alachua communicates as did John porter.St. There will be a business meet! GIBBS JC recently.The .
Luke VISITED BY
Missionary
Baptist ing at the Mt. Herman Baptist
\ The President
County. Kennedy. may Rattlers won the tournament .
the tax millage. SACS
COMMITTEE
School the
'I' -Sunday with super- Church today at 8 p.m.
be at his very best in small with a 3-1 record. South.
; groups, rather than in ad- intendent and teachers in The members are urged to be ST. PETERSBURG Gibbs em University of Baton Rouge.

I Let's Keep 'Em dressing vast audiences. But charge 10 a.m. present. Junior College completed another La., was second with a recordof
Hopewell Baptist Sunday
he is by no means at a loss step in its request to gain full two wins and one loss. Still- _
School 10 a.m. The Sunl and LACROSSE NEWS
increased of roads and tend other with either. .. membership in the Southernonce man College of TuscaloosaAla.
velopment to
Alachua County population Training Center employes' Chorus - -- I
The St. Paul Church
Baptist Association of Colleges and ., was third.
20 per cent in three years. minutiae of government. THERE WAS objection, one will render a program in will conduct a joint service at Schools (SACS). FAMU defeated Stillman i I I

Retail sales increased 13 per cent in may recall to Mr. Truman'sflat behalf of the Home Mission ,the Spring Hill Baptist Church The seven year old institutionwas twice 6-5 and 5-4. The Rattlers ,t

Three of the seats are open for Missouri twang and, more Sunday, May 3, at 5 p.m. Rev. I with Rev. T. D. Davis, pastor on visited April 12-14 by a Spe- and Jaguar Cats split with the
a single year. Unemployment is downto especially to his taste in W. J. Taylor, pastor; Mrs. Agnes -
\ the May 5 primary. All three incumbent sport Gordon May 5. cial Study Committee of the As- Floridians winning the first i
I 1.3 per cent. Commissioners shirts. The louder they were, reporter. The St. Paul Baptist Church sociation one of several sue !h game, 6-1. and dropping the
are seeking re the better. In fact once Mr. will render service at the Hope- committees which aids in deter second contest to the Louisian-

V election. Do they deserve endorse- Truman learned that the loud NAACP SPECIAL MEETINGThe .well Baptist on May 1. Choir mining the eligibility of schoolsfor Inns 6-2. The Cats battered out

I: These are mere ciphers.' But they ment? patterns annoyed the more es Youth Council of the ,No. 2 will conduct the song serv membership in the eleven a 7-3 victory over the winless _____

are graphic expressions of economic thetic the more he sought for NAACP will have a special ice. Rev. A. Odom pastor; Mrs state regional accrediting agen- Tigers.
garish clashing colors. Odious meeting the Mt. Carmel Bap-!
M. L.
health human well-being, and explosive We believe they do. Bryant, reporter.
tist Church with Rev. T. A. cy.On
comparisons were made be- hand to review operationsand Scouts and teams represented

potential. They are Alachua tween his style and that of the Wright, pastor, today at 8 p.m. ROCHELLE NEWS pro c e d ures of the junior during the tournament were

County 1964 version. Each of the three incumbents fill- ebullient and dramatic FRD. During the meeting Miss Ed- Women's Day will be observed -college were: Dr. Wayland P. Nick Shinkoff, San Francisco

ed the office with dignity. Each When Mr. Truman called na Branch of Tampa will be at the Third Bethel Baptist Moody, President of San Antonio Giants; Bill Manugh, Los Angeles

\ appears free of self-serving taint. feuding groups together to the principal speaker.The Church with Rev. James Cato, College, San Antonio, Texas; Angels; Jack San ford

Can we keep it that way? Each expresses awareness of Ala- knock h e ads. it was said by members and also inter :pastor, Sunday. The schedule of and chairman of the Special Kansas City Chiefs; Lloyd _

some that he "demanded" the ested friends are urged to sup !services is as follows: Sunday Study Committee; Dr. E. A. Brown, Washington Sena tors.

Perhaps. Perhaps, if each lets the chua County's growth potential.And office. A critic said exactlythis port the foundation for freedomby School with Mrs. Earnestine Knight President of Northeast Paul Campbell, Cincinnati

of LBJ when he got the being present. Reds Julian New York
Walker and ; Morgan
rim of the wheel bite into the superintendent, Mississippi Junior College I ,
Alachua County's problems.We railway unions and operators teachers: Mrs. Ida Jackson and Booneville, Miss.; Dr. Howard Mets; Mercy Harris, Detroit
shoulder's flesh in syncopated response together in a last ditch effortto BOARD MEETING Miss Bernice Hall in charge. Jordan, Jr., President of Savan- Tigers; Ed Scott Boston Red

:r to the call of able leadership. are not trite enough to repeat avoid a strike and to save There will be a board meetingof During the morning worship at nah State College, Savannah, Sox; Spud Chandler, Cleveland ___
the processes of negotiation.What the Help and Aid Conventionheld 11 a.m., Mrs. Susie Mae White Ga.; and Dr. Wimberly E. Indians; Danny Menedez, Baltimore __

is the the old bromide about not changing Ie also have beforeus at the ML. Moriah Baptist will be the guest speaker; dur- Brown, Dean of Students, Co]- Orioles; and Paul Flone-
the leadership
V Picking pur- horses in the middle of the stream. is an explanation of why Church with Rev. L. A. Tillman, ing the afternoon worship at 3 umbus Georgia. me, Houston Colts. _

pose of the primary on :May 5. It is But we feel compelled to observe the there is quite a difference be- pastor, on May 2 at 1 p.m. p.m., Mrs. Willa Gaines will be Also present were: Dr. JamesL.

time of endorsement and rejection, three incumbent commissioners are tween the two parties the All officers and also board the guest speaker; and duringthe Wattenbarger, state director PERSONAL

of encouragement and disparagement part and parcel of the formula which Democratic and the. Republican. meeting are urged to be present. evening worship at 6 p.m. of Florida's community j junior

And There is, admittedly, no Rev. T. D. Davis moderator; Mrs. Oria Dunlay, will also be colleges and Dr. W. F Combs Mrs. D o r thy Young was _
of and despair. ; ,
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tic uicit uuiua viuvciiiui ivutivc- JlUYVu ycalciuay: lu nucuiie: vja f
I while the game demands that some for Alachua County. feller and Senator Goldwater. on a two-week vacation with her '

i t: must lose, Alachua County is blessd Harold Stassen and RichardM. AFTER ALL LBJ IS 'IN' aunt, Mrs. Jane Williams, and

; with strong men offering themselves The Gainesville Sun sees great Nixon have little in com- other relatives. V

I for service. merit in the work of County Commissioners mon. The Arizona Redeemerhas Mrs. K. D. Childs was a bus
no philosophy to share iness visitor at Jacksonville re-

Claude Brandon, Edgar with Henry Cabot Lodge. Views From the Visitors ce's) .
One of the least spectacular offices Johnson and Sid Martin, Our adviseto ,

t on the ballot is the county com voters of Alachua County' is sim- THERE IS, however a very

\ missioner. He is one of five, and his pIe: strong tie between the late By RICHARD WILSON from the political professionals appeared might be a
John F. and
job is to establish county expenditures don B. Johnson Kennedy as there Lyn-was Chief, Cowles Washington who mingle here at pub- fairly solid Goldwater dele- ;7 I3jtttfltjtBOOKER

I set the tax rate, plot the de- Keep 'em. between Harry S. Truman and Bureau lic and semi public gath- gation the Arizona senator 'I

V V Franklin D. Roosevelt. Thereis WASHINGTON The This T. MOSES
an- erings. impression is that still emerged from a state
a thread of political principle nual spring visitation of editors Republicans like Richard M. Funeral services for BookerT.
THE PRESS AND THE PRIMARY convention with more than .
: or philosophy, that reaches publishers, D. A. R.S., Nixon, Henry Cabot Lodge, Moses, of Copeland Settlement
all the way up from Jefferson half the state's 24 votes in will be held at the Duncan .
business men, school kids and William Scranton are get-
to Johnson. The Presi- tact. Brothers Chapel Friday at
and tourists provides Wash- ting a lot of publicity while
dent is carrying out 12 noon with Rev. H. Kinsey
principles
Endorsements for GovernorCommercial expressed and delineated by ington with some kind of con- Sen. Barry Goldwateris In California Indiana as officiating.The .

Mr. Kennedy. They are principles census on the state of the nation quietly gathering delegateswho well as in the South and else- body will be transferredto
it is and will be. are committed to him in
as where Goldwater would
that have evolved with appear his native home, Concord,
- TALLAHASSEE (APFlo- and Miami Her- Fort Myers Beach for the the nation itself. It is these The spring rites may not varying degree for the presi- to be holding a very Ga., for funeral services Sun.

rida's governor candidates, ald. Republican nomination. principles that continue to be an altogether reliable dential nomination. The wordis hard core of support which no day. He had resided in Gainesville

with less than a week to go The Miami Herald, in addi- Most papers did not enteran hold the party of many minorities guide to the nation's mood, being spread by professionals other candidate can claim, for eleven years.
in this first primary c a m-
tion to endorsing Dickinsonand opinion on the Republican! and differences together. but do at least providea disattached from one and which thus far has been His immediate survivors in-

paign, are loudly editorial touting endorse-their Mathews also gave its campaign. The Fort Lauder- .A man from Hyannis Port forum they where, in one formor camp or another that Gold- immune to dispersal, discussion elude his wife, Mrs. Sally]] Moses

newspaper approval to Rep. Fred Karlof dale News, however said and Harvard may believe in water is getting closer and of this appearance of un- ; children, Mrs. Marie Well-
nation's
ments as evidence of their Volusia County.The Rep. Charles Holley of Pinel- them as well as a man from another, the great. closer to the magical figureof shakeable strength dominatesthe maker, Concord, Ga.; Mrs. Ro-
popularity and qualificationsfor las County was the best of mingle with the commoners.Out
Southwest Teachers Collegeand 655 delegates berta Trice, Homestead and
in Wash- ;
necessaryto spring gab-fest
the office. newspaper said this of this mingling the observer --
the three
seeking the nom- Johnson
City.Sowefind give him the presidential ington. Once again and for Mrs. Dozie Mae Williams and
These endorsements are step was taken because "anyof with some
ination.
Holley's home town emerges
Mr. Johnson nomination. Jessie Lee Wallace, both of
the going the first time since Presi-
three
and the would
highly prized plums acquit .
the St. Petersburg impressions.The
newspaper -
Jacksonville and
well. The
along civil sister Mrs.
candidates seek them avidly. himself and Florida in the very dent Kennedy's assassination, ; a
; Times said none of the
rights fight will hurt him some leading impression is SOME LEADING Democratic Ophelia Jackson, Zeb&i, Ga.
Just who is leading in this mighty seat of chief magis three Republican candidateswas Goldwater takes on the appearance -
but how could it be other- all levelsof Duncan Brothers are in
battle for endorsements is trate. his acts appeals to political operators share of a front Runner.
The third
qualified. can- wise. Those who the bill charge of local
fight his vivid this view and arrangements.
although that it
about as questionable and uncertain society, say
Karl also had the endorse- didate is Ken Folks of Orlando aren't going anywhere. The
who is leading personality characteristicswill sounds to them almost too is
as ANOTHER IMPRESSION
ment of his home a member of the Orange
county nation must treat all its citizens JAMES WEST, SR.
currently in the battle for County School Board. still take some getting good to be true. For Mr. John- that whether President John-
newspapers the Daytona alike. It hasn't done so. Funeral services for James
votes. This would depend on used to. Hardly anyone failsto son would like nothing better likes it not-and there
Beach About dozen son or
News-Journal and the a daily news- Either American citzenship is West Sr., will be held at the Old
how one counts the numberof Deland Sun-News, which i papers indicated they would commonly and equally heldor mention that he hopes than to tangle in the presidential are plenty of indications that Shiloh Baptist Church at Ala-

newspapers in a city championed Karl's cause in not make any endorsement in it isn'tA Lyndon Johnson will take campaign with his old he does not like it-Robert F. chua Sunday at 2 with
where two papers are jointly care of his health, he is overdoing Senate antagonist believingthat p.m.
February.Sen. the first primary. For some, Kennedy may box in the Pres- Rev. G. W. Haile officiating. In-
owned and the relative size Scott Kelly of Lake- like the Florida Times Un- PRESIDENT can't get and is driving other Goldwater would split ident on the vice presidential terment will follow in the New-

of the endorsing papers. land also won the endorsement ion and Jacksonville Journal. really hurt standing for that people too h a r d. There's the Republican Party irre- nomination. Wise obser- nanville Cemetery.His .
Numerically, former state this follows long established cluck-clucking about his fast parably. Mr. Johnson's next
of his home-area news- principle. Some say they findit vation on politics often immediate survivors Include .
Sen. Fred 0. (Bud) Dickinson papers.The Lakeland Ledger, policy against endorsing can- hard to "identify with driving and beer sipping choice is said to be RichardM. comes from people in the opposite his wife, Mrs. Bertha

and State Sen. John Mathews Lake Wales Highlander and didates for office. him: This has been true of jokes about the one TV channel Nixon.It camp, and one of the West; and children, Miss Effie

i front of appear the to endorsement be out in Winter Haven News Chief all Other dailies not endorsing all presidents there always in Austin, Tex, much is quite surprising that safest of these says that Mr. and Barbara West, both city;

I parade in daily newspapers. 'came out for him so did the candidates include the Fort were those who didn't head-shaking over his ear- professionals in both parties Johnson is already trapped.Our and LeRoy, James, Jr., and
S Fort Lauderdale News. Pierce News Tribune, Ocala warm to them. It is difficultto thy manners and yackety- Miss Beatrice West, Alachua.
Mathews received the endorsement should Goldwater to be
: Miami Mayor Robert Star Banner, Orlando Senti- follow a man like John F. yack pro and con about turn judge spring visitors have Duncan Brothers, morticians,
of the Tampa King of
High nel-Star, Panama City News- Kennedy.But ing off the lights.. at a higher level strength just about as much to go on in
Times. Tribune won the backing of the are charge.
the Tampa than the observer
average ,
St. Petersburg Times, Clear- Miami News and the K ey Herald St. Petersburg Independent if we look back in history as the regular denizens of

water Sun, Sarasota Herald West Citizen. Tallahassee Demo- we find it was a coun- BUT WHEN LYNDON, as that is to say newspaper reporters the capital, but at least they MRS. MATTIE GREEN
crat, Sanford Herald and St. try lawyer and soldier An- compulsively calls editors, and various lend diversity to the other-
Tribune, Miami Beach Mayor Haydon Burns of everyone Funeral service for Mrs. Mat-
i Sun and the Miami Herald. Jacksonville who-like Dick- Augustine Record. drew Jackson, who reformedthe him, appears in person he other self-appointed experts in wise stagnant discussions tie Green of 816 N. Oak St.,

Dickinson had the approvalof inson was making his second The Pompano Beach Sun- bank, who brought Texas wows 'em, whether at the the field. Recently, riding on which have been going on Starke, who died in Jacksonville

the Bradenton Herald Hollywood bid for the govern 0 r' s Sentinel Jackson, Gainesville Sun, into the Union, who broke the White House rose garden or the so called Goldw ate r here. On two points the visitors Sunday will be at 2 p.m.
Sun Tattler Melbourne chair County Floridian at theory of interposition and established in slump, representatives of his and the denizens
was endorsed by the Marianna, Collier County a squalid poverty > pocket, seem to tomorrow in the Chestaut-Haile
Times, Palm Beach Pensacola News-JournaL the essential prin- whether speaking to editors, various opponents sought to agree: A Goldwater nomina- Funeral Home.

Post-Times ,Delray Beach The Fort Myers News- News Journal at Naples and ,Cocoa Sarasota Tribune ciples that the eloquent philosopher businessmen or school kids. make the ordinarily Republican tion would cause an explosIon -, She leaves to mourn her !$.
Jefferson, had writ- state of Iowa an example -
News-Journal Palatka News, PiVs did not endorse a Democratic have not in the Republican Par- mise, one son, Frank Green,
Foil yet made an ten into (he Declaration of Another impression emerges in point of Goidvatedecline. /, ty; Goldwater
Walton Bach Playt'und or not, Lyn- StarkeBurial
candidate, but gavenod endorsement, but some may Independence. from the spring concensus While it is true that don Johnson
News, Leesburg to H. B. (Bob) Foster of do so in the next few days. Performance counts most not from the commoners but inroads were made on what made. probably has it ... will be in Odd Fellows
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.u.t Opinions h and comments of Sun readers ara weleom* la the Voice of the Peoplo column.. Utters were committed to boys.schools' What of GHS'sSuspensions county. This occurred in spiteof
algn.eI and
becrr.th.'writer"a address. Names will b withheld if requested. A letter should
other authoritiesand
If not exceed 500 by the able teachers in that !
words and must be written
Sun on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The GREEN
t. intent reserves the right to reject any letter" or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or some simply gave up. ? school and the counseling serv- JR. !

, There is also the mat- ice. It constitutes a tragedyif

Tells of Judge's: Speaks Praise wife in an old frame house ter of fees., Here one facetof EDITOR Sun: American even all were temporary

at the edge of Micanopy. the problem stems from public schools originated because PUBLIC

I Courtesy For Evans Harry Evans is simply the the fact that, according to the other type did suspensions. DEFENDER 1 1

kind of person that you wantto state law, schools .are paid on not reach, enroll and serve Two assumptions can be Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Gilchrist,
EDITOR, Sun: In the April EDITOR, Sun; There are like and be like. He affects the basis of current daily made as to why the large Union
Counties
Levy,
r', 21 issue of the "Sun" I was all the children of all the people ((8th Judicial Circuit) t tI tWill tI
that Articu- attendance.- 'a rapidly ex-
about way.
some important things you numbers of suspensions:
surprised to read that JudgeI such : The poor and moderately -
panding community
the two candidates late yet not loquacious, kind as
H. H. McDonald was accused runningfor yet not easy, moral yet not ours, this poses very re al wealthy might find it quite ((1)) The enrollment, becauseof
_the office of Superintendent -
"JL" by his opponent of being of Public Instruction puritanical, alert yet not difficulties. Moreover, fees impossible to pay the feesor some selective forces, includes TY
discourteous before an election suspicious Evans transfershis exist at all levels of our "ratebills." No other agen- an unusual number of
that not obvious
but rude afterward. are readily self others as school system.: At GHS, this cy can and does reach and
respect serious behavior
problemcases
fish fries debates
at or
for lab fees of children
easily as he does so money goes it serve so many our
Nothing could be less true many
LWV question and answersessions ;
entitles one to admission to and youth.It .
from
according experiencewith things, operating a drag-
my yet they should be
and band
school
plays con- (2) The school does not
line to
Judge McDonald. My known. teaching. is the only agency on
certs as well as to receivethe
only contact with him (I do which we can depend to help use present known means: to
not know him personally) was Because I know Harry Over the several years thatI newspaper. Indeed, virtually develop a common basis of rehabilitate the problemcases. .
have known the Evans all schools in the state
.hack ,In 1960. I was, getting Evans personally and well citizenship education and our .
has shared'our have kind of fee.
some
family Harry
-readr.totake: : :: : my first trip I.make the following observations interest, in the education' of The large figure that Mr. basic ideas of morals. Other I doubt the validity of the _
outside"the U. S. Ticketswere observations that are do of these
; agencies some first
assumption. In case, I a ;
.our children. He was concerned Evans has dredged up is any
bought, plans made and ,strongly related to the kind for with old- once again completely out of services but not for all chil- the responsibility for these :
.at the last:minute Sun- he is. This Is not. intended example, our dren. is
-on a of man est with context and totally mislead- It quite importantthat matters is the administra-
*day-some: technicality regarding to be.a. _comparison boy's preoccupation a public school not only tor's. _

my: passport turned between the candidates, Mr.' science, suggesting that recreation ing.At the time, there was a enroll the children and in-

.up.that could only be settled Talbot and Dr. Evans, thoughit and avocation were real danger of an acute struct them but. hold them Many schools, when faced

_through the County Judge's .may, in effect, be. I am as. important. in developing very shortage of 'county tax funds until the task is accomplish with such problems, apply the

:office.. simply saying ,what I know the total personas academic ed. team technique. Parent, child,
for the schools. Various solutions
teachers and
interest. )
He, urged us to principal com-
.
about the and why I
Since we were leaving on man persuade him to remain active were put forth. Mr. Obviously many factors pose a team that studies the

Monday, there was nothingto feel he can be the most use- ,in Scouting, to run for Talbot and other mature and cause various degrees of hold- case, confer about it and

do but to call Judge McDonald ful in overseeing county .edu- school office .and contributesome responsible individuals sug- ing power of different schools. work out a program of readjustment -
t cation at all levels, academically gested that:some kind of fee
which I did with of himself, to the socie- One condition that affects with follow up.
much.trepidation.. He had just vocationally and physi ty government to, which he might be-necessary in order to this is the type of treatment This way of operation has secured -

returned from church, and cally. belonged. One of the reasons -: maintain an adequate school given misbehavior in schools. splendid results in
.without hesitation, assured me kind of system-but only as a last The easiest way for a schoolto many schools. It works in
,Evans is the Evans is running him
Harry
be,would meet me in ten min- resort. Mr.. Talbot is as opposed rid itself of such cases is schools here. Has it been applied Continue to Serve the Gainesville Area
utes at his office and take'care' person people, and especially self is because- he believes ,to special school feesas to suspend or expel the m. at GHS and failed? from office located in Alachua County Courthouse
young people, like immedi- that a man, or a child, if hasa parent.
of the formal! any The earlier schools used much
necessary ately; nor are they soon disenchanted special talent, should .lend Another misleading state- It is to be regrettedthat THE ONLY CANDIDATE WITH
ity.: Election time was nowhere physical punishment with
., near, and I was a com- by him as they that talent to the bettermentof ment dispensed by Mr. Evansis none too great success. any school cannot hold DEFENDER EXPERIENCE
he was often are with adult leaders the society in which he his' announcement against and serve its children and .
plete stranger, yet
as courteous as he could who .appear to be something lives and from which he receives -* requiring teachers to take This problem of holding youth. The writer believes Qualified -Worthy- Energetic-

have been. they are not. This reaction is many benefits. ,special examinations for sal- power'and "push-out" of children that the public is entitled to Industrious Honest
possibly
not due to permissiveness of ary increases, and licenses, who'misbehave has both- some explanation, and justifi- Your VOTE and SUPPORT Will Be Appreciated( !I

,
I to repay his courtesy by of his wife Marie, or "Grandma lot of time with the Evans'- will do something about it. recent years. Certain problems the large number of pupil PULL LEVER 13-A

I writing this letter.GERTRUDE. and Grandpa" Evans, going there on weekends to ,Once again, the fact is that are left unsolved. If suspensions during 196263.
i his ride their two horses. I have the ,tests referred to (the Na- (Pd. Adv.)
H. BLOCK who live with Harry and a boy misbehaves and is expelled A. R. MEAD
.never been apprehensive of tional' Teachers Examination him .
miIIZIindustry. what becomes of ? ---- -
ADVERT!iEMENT I their wellfare m the care of or the, Graduate Record Ex- He will grow into manhoodand

the Evans', never worried' amination) are required by be a citizen, but what

Evans Qualifications that the example set wouldbe state law. Moreover, it is dif- agency has helped him? The

wrong the advice un- ficult to understand how the school has failed. The parents -

sound, the treatment unfair. elimination of these 'nation of such children have

Harry Evans' wife, a school ally-administered and educa many agonizing hours about

Office teacher of unusual ability tionally-approved tests'would their "pushed-out" children.
For County
essanr j
and diversity, is no less an raise standards.And Isiscosss
secured from
I
Recently,
example of what a young so it goes. The list of
the offices of the
County Sup-
person's advisor; example .or Mr. Evans' misstatements and
erintendent of Schools
companion ought to be. distortions is seemingly end- some
Evaluated less. The plain fact of the data on this problem in this
In addition to academic
offered county. It was shown that in Sneaker Jamboree
matter is that he has
that set him
qualifications_ most schools the suspensions
but
28 i J apart and above'any other absolutely nothing a ser- in mbers. I
Gainesville. April were negligible n u f
R ies of unfounded attacks on
which wished to remain candidate for the office of They were holding the pupils.
A
source Mr. Talbot. It is equally The most selection
undisclosed, made a Superintendent,. Evans has plain to those 'who know the In two schools other- complete I

I, candid evaluation today of x"kv the subjective attitudes.Chris- wise.
facts that Mr. Talbot is an
the qualifications of a candidate tian morality, and outg o i n g, excellent administrator who GHS with a membershipof ;, of, qualify canvas footwear
the office of honest and friendly manner I
for has earned and deserves the 8 per cent of the total county -
Superintendent of Public ln- unusual in candidates running support of all AIachua County enrollment during 1962-63, \L ; ?3 at the best prices ,
Istruction{ for Alachua for office in the countyor voters. had 83 suspensions of 70 per l t, s' I

county. The candidate{ is t at any other level of gov ,ARTHUR W. THOMPSON cent of all suspensions in the \% in town!

Dr. Harry Evans, Micanopy ernment.

educator"1 believe and businessman.it to be the Ss 4g %,# KIT,Sincerely BERGH J. M. 1

right and duty of free people I If

the unidentified '
G Z
Setting vans
spokesman said, "to speakout FieldsOpen

when important issuesare Facts StraightEDITOR tY : 1 ,r'p
at stake. Since so many

school people feel that Sun: In the cam- Sun. 9 Noon-7 a.m.-9 p.m. / ,
p.m. w -
Evans is the candidate of After preparing a paign for superintendent of QUAIIt GAINESVILLEDISCOU111

their choice, yet fee that it detailed and comphrehen- education it would appear Acres Free Parking ... .. .+
j is inadvisable for them to 'sive report and presenting it that Mr. Evans Is happily con- U.S. 441 N. at 23rd Blvd.Ph. Fashions
,, make known their stand because Ito the school board as a tent Jo print statements, re- 376-8292 LADIES & CHILDREN'STENNIS Teenage

of possibly endangering guide in future planning he gardless of their validity. He OXFORDS Peanuts, petti-points.
their positions. I speakin submitted his resignation in is apparently Just as willingto -- All In duck witn
behalf in the interest PLXASK: HOTEl PrieM on diamond* haw .... h cushion ,
their ; order to market on industrial repeat them or reprint M and moro .. tho rut six month*. Wo'hav* MotInoroaood Premium rubber nner- 187
of good schools I can, formula which he developed them, even after the relev- I! .our prteoa a* yot, a* wo haw vrehaood teles.With,Chmo, soles. Sizes: 4 to
a largo oolloctoo of diamgnd.rim Cur*** and
do no less. for use in the turpentine ant facts have been made I Africa ta _ticlo tioii .. this orioo ___ TheM .A Bit Sizes 4JO.Child's .
.. .. .
declared W oavinoo wo hapoilr p. ON sc.. *or ouo V.
which 10.Children's
The source industry. clear. IIImerso available in : I'1 Novelties ,
itself adequately Evans business enter- Excellent proof of his erroneous !> )> I 67
Wht. N Red lt.
,
qualified to make a judge- prises have been signally statements appearedin !< DIAMOND .". ets diamond ao'ital < Denim. Bl 8&I2.Misses' N n 'V The Cricket, madras! & morel!
i ment of Evans record addedhe successful and include cattle the Gainesville Sun on .I LO SOLITAIRE mwnt.d_ M 14 K white s 4ftOO m e.? Infants sizes -

wished to clarify some raising and homebuilding. Tuesday April 21. There for MII ow-m.w list. CYoiloble InWt. ., 4to8 . 167.
!
of the misinformation thatis all to see, in.the Letters to the DIAMOND montb'hi 14 fcrid K whit l Mt* 5995: .,Navy Red,It. 1 11 .__.. .._:1' Child's 8Hfo 12

being cast about. "The "Evans was preventedfrom Editor column, was a clear .. BRIDAL SET :..**"" .*-$ .*. Denim BlL I2&X 177Misses'
I2J4
to 1
that Harry schoolwork the last :
records show returning to factual statement by o\oa'" cli--.r
Evans has many years of ," the source declared, PTA officers of Gainesville W DIAMOND' ai..nt.d sa 14 K "I"wftto 07501 en

nearly continuous school "because of a serious accident High School indicating that SOLITAIRE s.11..oia-ex4Tto r..t. .i; )>-

service beginning in 1925. which confined him parental apathy and a parental 5U HIGH STYLE M n. eli.4 Mitair. < j

\ He served as teacher of the to a hospital for several vote terminated the ex- SOLITAIREx t... ';.t. 138? m

grade principal of elementary months." istence of that organization, ) I

junior high and sen-. Following his recoveryhe not Mr. Talbot. Yet, in the ; 1 CT. DIAMOND 1_Mt full mounte4 ct. in "d...1tr ti.1.'197OO .

for high schools. His record resumed plans for a life same issue, that man whose t BRIDAL SET .247.50 hite .114 Ii..).rlll'_ ... .

further shows that every dedicated to the educationof interest in education is so .

change of position ,was a our youth." he went on. great that be has had no W Men's & Ladies' MEN'S 17JWATCH en

,promotion ,carrying added "I am therefore supportingDr. connection with the field fora WATCHES

,responsibility and that he Evans for school super- number of years, was reit- > N.'s dense. ....... > k joy
t ,received: three of the promotions intendent on the basis of erating the same misstate- < ........ Kar*.t.r WaKhaa*wateh**.Water* <
.. -' .
'
1 in the same school sound educational reasons ment.It y Walser a a d Marvwtor* ,watch......... :: ,"' rhand :::. m o p rMEN'S
system," he said. and factual information. should be noted here that .... wateh.a. .. band matehin white or OXBION rob> MEN BOY'SLaceToToe
The spokesman added He disclosed the following Mr. Talbot Is an honorary, inn OOM KGP. *

l that Evans has never been summary of reasons for life-time member,of the PTA : 14.95 699 UP TO 170 o Terns GORE CASUALS BaskethalSneMers

discharged failed to be public consideration in the and was given this award for ; UST 45.00 LIST 1 j .
9 C/l
i reemployed.Evans Superintendent con t e s t. services rendered. It shouldbe Put proof eyelets. Built-up cmluoosmonobs Non-martin?, loft-clla1 Ml' puB

was in the Navy 1"Evans." he said "is 1) noted, too that Mr. Evans : FANTASTIC DISCO WATCHES 5 ,Suction so..... Completely washable hard proof eyelets! .folded vamp desiq+.

during WW 11, rising froman Fully qualified for the officeof was given the proper Information ...'. wa .r rof waUh and ladw Youth sizes WOJ4 counter and G.nts'shes 6.IOKBoys'
apprentice seaman to superintendent; 2)) is aman earlier ,in a letter to the I drM watch' *. ...... with matehm 1277 m sizes 2K-6 347 rn urn rubber pre217 youths' shes 11.% 117
NIIS'-
the rank of Lt. Commander. of sound, maturejudgements'and Sun by Mrs. Gilliland. Yet s I hMM "-..kraolMs.. White S+or v ral yottow ttyla*..t ld* Men's size 6.I2 Sizes 6H to Boys sizes 2h-

Upon separation from the I can face he blithelY continued. I ROP. .

;, service he resumed his education -. the many serious and critical There have been other In- LADIES' 17-J Special Purchase o
Masters problems which lie consistencies. Mr. Evans in 1 1tpi
earning a '
+
,. I 's 7 r"
ahead with 3)) large numberof DRESS WATCHES ::: Wti'-: :
degree in School Administration intelligence; talks about a ,..... wateh. or. CO .
L4w a Wattham.Htlkrw .oil"r
rNlaw
and Supervision. He. is an experienced and successful "suspensions" at Gainesville and x1.ia eI,... A"I* dial fold. ewer Rep .Iwmj..ondand. ; ;
Doctoral businessman 4)) has High School, without at w a t.h.a... Unkroakaktamam aahrtahatI.* mataorin ""
received his Degree ; ...- *. meakhime *. Many .tylo .. <
in Education from the Uni-I sound educational philosophy all making clear that these '. xaaMJM .,...... ua teSM7S c"-e.... 'reM-wlliie *then
list.
versity of Florida. His dissertation and sincerely believes were not expulsions but temporary w wait 1) rnA

was on Industrial that every child should be and legitimate penal- ,> DOLLAR 1 700 29.93T0 1A73 :

Arts. permitted to reach his max- ties for misconduct. Moreover : < A JEWEL If % 35.75 LIST .

The source goes on to say imum potential; 5)) is an since many were repeaters in l ..r.r!.dran .
the
I that Harry Evans was em- experienced successful his figure was additionally l l r
;fir r r.w 5r
ployed by the Alachua school administrator; 6)) is misleading. He is also guilty PEARL Ma w1w wartNECKLACE CO +i .1 .

County School Board from concerned about maintaining of playing the numbers SETSComoaro ww. ..... 1497 I' I

1957-1960 as Director of moral and spiritual val- game when be talks about S 1 45,15. *S wli.t..t to < ._* 1s' ."

Vocational Education. ues in the _school; 7)) he the large number of "d r 0 p- W 6-TRANSISTOR m t.-r'.. "
this time he will provide educational Surely ,anyone who "
"During outs. > p ? MEN'Sf
went on. "many new voca- leadership for our teachersand has_even casually glanced at ARVIN RADIO : '
tional programs were developed principals; 8)) he will the. newspapers during theJast MEN'S MEN'SBAL DEC COURT

work to eliminate waste of knows that this is irf .
and other
improved. As director programs Dr. money time and personnel a nationwide year problem.But I ;cae.c.,1ete fcottorb w'U..ItotMt. [; N SNEAKERS DECK OXFORDS LACETOTOEthleticorchsup

Evans organized and conducted in our school system; 9) he In any event the magic- .. I ,p1.... Extre spoclol d .rr 98 At Non-jlip sole, JiOT Reinforced at.all it
a county-wide survey is a Christian a gentlemenand of 69 thathehasasSfS Son
I pam points. 421
< smooth-fix buHiHipionerU 1
also
port 2m.
of Talbot
to determine the 'voca- a man unquestioned to Mr. 6Kta 11
tional needs of the county integrity; 10)) lastly, he will absurd and misleading. 'In w TRANSISTOR RADIO m sag.6)fto13 self. 6% to 13 "W

{Alachua) ". he said. "He lend dignity and prestige to fact, U left GHS because > CoBpfet with leather corryiog bat. m CO' *
worked closely with the the important office ,of were married, 7 becauseit f ,tales aod ..".... for privet COM HstMioa. 5O OPEN 9 AM.9 P.M.SUN.. NOON-7 1 QUALITY i DISCOUNTSALWAYS.UJ4'
they At lowest ...... ... .... .. ........
Florida Department of Edu- Superintendent of public I Instruction necessary for them to price era CHmlr 11. O 9 : GAINESVILLE Acres Fit Parkin .M.I "it -- ,
was ... .. .
of IB- (A U. S. 441 N..t 23rd I''... ,II. 3T6- I ATr**.
cation. University of Florida the, source con. go to work, 2 because CVMY

end with local business and cluded. ness, 1 was transferred, some SAVE. SAVE. SAVE. .




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GolnctYUU Sun ihunuoy. Mpni au, Ry0'f _.
wheels" moving west over New vole, m., and the lItt!.
i 8,000 Unidentified Objects'robed Jersey, an object that exploded I Air Force sleuths decided ttat
into a ball of fire
\ near St. Galen I one woman who- turned in a I
I' Switzerland, a recurring I UFO report actually had seen
'
S:' :, series of flashes near Warren-
her
spots before
eyes.
;t ..,. I None Are FearedWASHINGTON f---'" ... :


i (AP) The fore analysis techniques were described as an ear of corn and! NOTICE
.
,, ,
,
';! Air Force has investigated more sharpened.Last a banana (which performed a I i
r x ., yy FSM than 8,000 reported unidentified year there were 382 UFO series of maneuvers near Van.1!iI WE
n flying objects in 16 years 'and reports and only 15 are still list- dalia, Ohio" last Sept. 15. I I WILL BE CLOSED
f., ed as unidentified.. Others involved "an unusual
: : haS yet to 'discover any evi i i FOR INVENTORY
These included "two observation of four pink
... sx dence that UFO's represent a objects
"' .. threat" to U.S. security.It 1- t I FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MAYlTr2
:I :
I'I''I ., ; also said today that probesof I Your Cooperation will be Appreciated
;
t\"'1 u .. s such sightings back to 1947 STABLE & DIGNIFIEDKeep
\ have failed to turn up any evi-
;:.. .ay. dence that UFOs are "alien in I
R L-
.., ', e Tex Assessor's : COM.B
3 R ; terplanetary space vehicles' un- your i
";; ,' der some form of intelligent co office operating in a stable
'i h '
trol." and dignified manner. -

i This report was furnished to KEEP J. PIERCESMITH
/ :: The Associated Press as the Air a COMPLETE LINE*&BUILDING MATERIAL

; _..u 'M ,' 'r +w. ;M q. px. > ,.' <1f .l; 'y.'g, r ,. Force looked into a 'new epi N.W.Btic..AVE.tc 4tl GAIN5VILLE te.376.7546
I + .r 7 R ; """"'- ..:.: : ':"d ..ciit r f::J .4t. ,' demic of strange sightings in
the skies over New Mexico. I.
Golden (Pd. Adv. Dine With Your Gracious Host
Bedding Anniversary
I One of the Air Force's leading I I TOMORROW'S COMPLETE LUNCHEON
civilian consultants on UFO's
= Gifts, flowers, cards and cake greeted Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Thompson on has to Socorro, N.M, to ELECTlcsper I I it FRIED OCEAN
:their Golden Wedding anniversary today, but not in Milford, Mich where gone .
the latest
investigate reports 'f'
they to be. Mrs. fractured her in auto crash : PERCH
expected
Thompson arm an on JoinerTO
He is Dr J. Allen Hynek, director .
the way back to their Michigan home and has been in the University of Florida of the Dearborn Observatoryat Tangy Tartar C
Hospital since April 10. Here, her husband presented her with a cake made Northwestern University.The i lii Sauce 67
i I especially for the occasion by the Hospital's dietary department. Mrs. J. Hillis Shoestring

'. Miller, hospital patient service representative, and Jean Lore, nursing supervisor latest report on "Project .f-Ie Creamy French Fries ColeSlaw
; on her floor, display some of the bouquets of golden roses and mums Bluebook," the congressionallyordered I School Board .
I which she received. Air Force study of unidentified Hot Roll

Jt flying objects, extends ALACHUA COUNTY DISTRICT III o Cr Hot Butter Coffee COMPLETE .

through 1963. "YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED or Iced Tea '
I AAUN Slates Poponoe Talk GHS Annual Your Second Cup of Coffee or Iced Tea
It shows that over that 16-year INTELLIGENT HONEST INTERESTED b Always FREE.

Dr. Hugh Popenoe of the University while in Africa. span, 7.7 per cent of the 8,128 ----I \

,Agriculture of Florida will be the College principal of Also on the program will bea Spring String reported. cases remain unidentified. SAVE on OFFICE MACHINES _

III report and comment by Ray I
'speaker at a meeting of the The Air 'Force is not conced 10 USED
Jones U. Thant's recent ad S150.to$575
\ on Concert Set
I
.American Association for the I dress to the Algerian Nation a 1 ing that there is anything sinister CASH REGISTERS iCAFETERIAiLunch i
t\ ;United Nations tomorrow. ,
Assembly on."Africa. and the about these unexplained 4 ELECTRIC SPIRIT 11 30 a.m. to 2:05 p.mDinner I
evening
The Gainesville School
at 730. .High
World sightings. It just says, in effect, ; 4:30 p.m. to 8:05 p.m.
Dr. Popenoe, who has recently Community. Orchestra: wi 11 present its annual they can't be corrolated with DUPLICATORS 5O1.* +? f"O $225 III 1212 North Moin Street
returned from an international The meeting, which is open to Formal Spring Concert any known objects or phenomena. LIKE NEW !
conference in Nairobi, the public, will be held in the Friday.at 8 p.m. in the Gaines- At No Place In North Central GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER ;
l :Kenya, will discuss certain current Community Room of the Guaranty ville High School Auditorium. Florida Can Bargains Like This Be Found Air Conditioned O Open Daily Cr Sunday
t., problems in Africa today Federa Savings and Loan The concert will be conductedby It was stressed that a "great I e Free Parking
I JI and will show films he too k Street.I Mrs. Dorothy Reaves, orchestra majority of the unidentifiedcases KISER'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. Banquet Facilities- PHONE 376-4491
I director at Gainesville occurred during the first 604 N. MAIN ST. FR 2-9607
I I High School. five years of the project," be -

i COOPERATIONHARRY I The first part of the program
f will be played by a chamber
i t EVANS Will Coo P cr- I orchestra and will include ,,

!f ate With ALL Parents For Bet .''if'{ 4 Symphony II by William Boyce, You e A e s ,
"Vesta la Giubba" by Leon
ter Schools : '
t E cavallo Antonini, "Deep River ,
i Vote For ," arranged by Morton Gould,, (W
ii and Bach's Concerto in D minor Sears Builds
i 1 Ways
; HARRY EV ANSi. for' Two Violins featuring
I Anne Bridges and Rheau .Sue

Superintendent of Schools .Stakely, violinists. J rnilCGrnI1rn @ ]J I1il rW I
(Pd. Adv. After intermission the'full or
f': ____ ____- "Frederick "'l 1 N, 1 i
chestra will play ,
:I the Great, Overture" by Graun- Into
Can Paint
Every of :
EIGHT O'CLOCKCOFFEE Barnes, the Allegro Moderato \

.' from Symphony No. 8 by Schu- .
.. *, ****- /f jpsas* ".,-'>'"' ?* > .Ii>
_
bert, "March Caprice" by Delius :ice I w
: and "Selections from the ,

Opera Carmen" by Bizet-Kret- 2 3
r schmer.At .
the close of the concert

I senior orchestra members Mar- Master I 'ized Paints Master-Mixed Paints Master Mixed Paints 'Master-Idiz ell Faints b fa stet M'ized Faints ,
garet Ann Below, Anne Bridges, are the result of are perfected through are constantly proved are produced from the are manufactured region
; Robert Cunningham, Mary Ann scientific research continuing highest stand, and tested in the choicest raw materials ally to meet specific local
MB. c Donaldson, Penny Hendry, Har and development aid quality control field and laboratory on the noarlet climatic conditions
67 Johnson, Sharon -
ry Home, Sherry
BAG K ui t e rt, Mike Samball,

Charlene Smith, Rheua Sue .,,.
j
Stakely, and Paul Waters will
be honored at a reception in a. ,
.
$ 99 the school cafeteria. Mothers of i .
t 3 LB. I junior orchestra members Mrs.will 4 F. i R I
serve at the, reception.
BAG Reid Poole and Mrs. D a vi d

t Wilmot will pour. ...plFl '"M S 9.
No admission is charged for :' .. t ss-****
a 2 ,-;;are Only Phi'fStamps.Get the concert and the public is in : >. o .r ...".............

.'. 1. Fine Gifts Faster vited. .=1f;. .:: l "" j ..., 7.29 Master-Mixed One-Coat i,

I iME GREAT ATUNDC PACIFIC TEA'CC
+COWANY.
INC c y .,
Y .r SIIO\vllite
1 Sellers Still In :.':... f :;.,
;
1.. 3 i 1 HOLLYWOOD (AP)-British i ; :e: r -!ie PailltfIDI '

., Sellers, who suffer. .
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"- ".. l" Thursday, April 30, 1964 Gal nesrilla Sun 9


Brides'Book UJ ,0 IflfO flS o5 C'J' I( j Prospectiye'FirstLady i :. .l C\\I Girl Scouts Attend I


I Margie Kelly Has A PromiseEDITOR'S Senior ConferenceSenior


NOTE: This is Senate pages. Mrs. Kelly ren- and ninth grade Ca. tion during the conference. Miss
appearances
[ dette Girl
FRIDAY, May 1 THE f fffl1L.9 one in a series of articles Mrs. Kelly said son Mike, whois ders another service to the sen- ville traveled Scouts from Gaines- Janis Lydick and Miss Vasso
Shower on the wives of the six very interested in mechanical -ator. last to Jacksonville Kokinos of Troop 452 led discus- ,
weekend
complimenting Mrs! to attend
Inter-
Democratic an sion
I candidates for drawing, got quite upset recently "He likes to get my opin- Council Senior groups.
I Robert Adams Monroe III, governor, one of whom is when brother Pat told iOIi Conference spon "Vasso," whose full first
Ruth Weimer . Women's Editor on things, she says. "He sored by the I
Gateway
the former Miss Janice Yvonne likely to be Florida's next him: says a woman's view is often Scout Council Girl name is Vassiliki, had a person !
J Cannon, 7:30 p.m., Mr3.V first lady.) '"Your're going to be a' cabinet better than a man's." Also attending al story in international scout. :
were C
By CHARLES STAFFORDMrs. maker. I'm going to be And her husband Gateway o u n cil Scouts ing to share with fellow Seniors t
; Bill Ward, ,944 NW 33rd Ave- pres discussingwhat and Scouts from 'I
GJWC Slate Annual J Scott Kelly has a cam- ident" he described as a reluct- coast, Appalachee Citrus, Sun- at the conference. She has '.
;, nue.Bridesmaids paign promise: If her husbandis "I had to stop by Sheri's ance to.attack other candidates, Northwest Florida Bend and been a Girl Scout in Gaines- l
I I, luncheon for elected governor, the First I school recently and went in her said: Councils. ville for 3 years and is now a

i! Miss Sharon Elizabeth Fagan, Lady of Florida will never'room," says Mrs.- Kelly "There "My wife would not take an Speakers at the conferencewere junior at P. K. Yonge School. I

fi bride elect of John Presentation Ball make a speech. were so many Kelly signs interest in a campaign if there : Mrs. Donald Morrison Jr. Before coming to the U.S.,
/J Douglas "When I stand ," Mar- around, I-told her teacher of Gainesville, Gateway presi-
up says "My were any mud slinging. She always ]- she was a Girl Guide In Greece
I I Rogers, 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Clayton gie Kelly, "my voice sits goodness, this looks like Kelly has said that if,you can't dent; Captain Ralph Pickles, for 2 years. She lives with two
I E. Hawk and her daughter The Gainesville Junior Wom- Mrs._Thomas P. Hicks, Mrs. down." headquarters'." convince the people on the bas- Gateway e x e cut ive director; of her sisters who attend the I

; 't' Mrs. Andrew John Tem en's Club will 'honor 35 new Fred B. Arnold, Mrs. Rob ert "I guess I'm like Mrs. Sma- The only problem with is of- what- .you stand for, that'sit. Rev. John Hibbard, Beach University of Florida.
members at its annual Presen- thers. I once heard the senator campaigning, she says, is ." Christian Church, Jacksonville; Senior Scouts attending the
1 \l' pIes, Gainesville Golf and tation Ball at the Moose Lodge Cummings, Mrs. George E. say that 'Thank you'was a long that it takes her husband ana ur. Frances Kinne, Deanof i conference with Janis-and Vas

1. f Country Club.Rehearsal Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fletcher, Mrs. Fred C. Sivis Jr., speech for his wife and a very I away from home and the i. College of Music and Fine so were Jean Johnson, C a rolyn

I dinner honoring Members and their husbandswill Mrs. Marion F. Weaver, Mrs. long speech was 'Thank you children too often. Couple Arts, Jacksonville University. Beckwith, Martha Jane Hadley,

s i '! Miss Sharon Elizabeth Fagan dance to the music of Red- James F. Bishop, Mrs. R. L. very much'." I, If it's possible, he tries to ExchangeWedding Scouts participated in discussion Joey Wimmert and Alma Jean
and their son, John Douglas dy Woodcock and his orches- Saunders, Mrs. William T. Man- Anyway, she says, she hasn't get home every night," ,she groups, workshops, sing- Pickett from Troop 452.

.I I Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Robert tra.The ley, Mrs. R. Welty Shrum Jr., time for speeches."I says. They're a close family, VowsMrs. ing, and arts and crafts. Cadette Scouts attendingwere
have a fulltime job, she an athletic The theme of the
t Wesley Rogers, following 5pjn. new members and all I Mrs. William A. Finley Jr., says family -a Conferencewas : Abby Ash, Pat Jones and
\>> 1 rehearsal_ University transfer members will be for- Mrs. ;Earl.E. Russell Jr., Mrs. keeping my husband: on the, .touch football, family. Hollis ,V. Knight an- "Golden Chain of Friend Peggy Morrison from Troop 422,
Inn. mally introduced during the in- Andrew Arras Jr., Mrs. C. Al- go and with a home"and fam- And 'that's another of her- tal- nounces the marriage of her ship Scouting." Donna Thomas, Troop 446; Cyn-
irmissicn. len Ross, Mrs.. William D. Wil- ily to take care of. ents. daughter; Miss Judith Claire Senior Troop 452 and Cadette thia Bledsoe and Marianna

SATURDAY, May 2 .In charge of arrangements son, Mrs. Perry Moore and Mrs. But even speechless, this tall, "We don't have a team unless. Lesawyer, _,to David Franklin Troop 422 from Gainesville were Newsome, Troop 414; and
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r for the ball are: Charles McCallum. I brown eyed, almost. black- I play, too, she says., Ginn(son of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. .in charge of the First Aid sta- Claudia Musgrave, Troop 456.
Wedding of Miss Sharon haired woman is a poised as-
Ginn Jr. ,of Gainesville.The .
)i Elizabeth Fagan daughter of set to the Kelly campaign.. She In addition to her campaign I
Mr. and Mrs. David Shytle plays an important role, appearing ceremony was performedby
I t I 'T 1 Fagan, and John Douglas Children's Home at women's gatherings ,the Rev. Charles G_ Cul- SPECIAL
Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. -separate appearances from Shower FetesBrideelect broth> in the Folkston Methodist SALE ON

i Robert Wesley Rogers, 3 p.m. her husband-and joining him Church, Folkston, Ga., Saturday BEAUTIFULTARNISH
\\ University Avenue Church of for integrated meetings. April 25, at 5 p.m. in the
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of the bride's mother
j Christ. Reception following at Society Office presence ,
the G a i n e sville Woman'sClub. She enjoys entertaining and Miss 'Mary Atkinson, bride- and brother,.Edward Lesawyer, PROOF

f 'meeting people, and she says elect of James Entrekin, was and Mrs. Gladys Weldon. __ BUENILUM
Tomorrow the Ch i 1 dren's The Gainesville-Ocala division she has a tried and true solution honored at a shower given re- The newlyweds will make

I Home Society of Florida will will consist of Alachua, Mar-' when conversation fails her in cently by Mrs. B. J. Stephens, heir home in Gainesville.Reservations.

{ Calling All Home MakersBy open a new division office to ion, Levy, Gilchrist, Hernando, the endless meetings with Miss Josie Lewis and Miss
r Bob Oakley serve the Gainesville Ocala Citrus and Dixie Counties. A strangers. Lois Gray, at the Stephens
I GVE! SOMETHING area at 1920 Silver Springs board of directors consisting of -'I ask a question, and let home.

( FOR THE HOME Blvd. in Ocala. This office will 16 persons representing those them talk for awhile," she says. A .T
pink
parasol Due
I The Kellys met when, they centerpiece, : Monday
serve seven counties. seven counties will be appoint
pink'candles and white
; were both attending high schoolin wedding .
I What do Formerly, the 37 county mid- ed. Quincy."It i bells were the 'decorationsused. Reservations for the Wednesday -
most husbands
0 give their wives state area served from' the Dr. Bzoch met recently with was on a double date," I noon luncheon meeting of 14" ROUND SERVING

.y on their birth- Jacksonville office, directed by chapter members and Mrs. An- she says. "He was with a good The guest list included Miss the Democratic Women's Club TRAY with Mahogany

i ,. < days and i anni-? I II Mrs. E. J. AnapoL With the apol to discuss plans for ,the friend of mine whom he had Corine Arnold, Mrs. Carson are due by Monday, Mrs. LyleN. Formica insert Buenilumtrim.
I, \ 'y J. < .: t versa haven't r made e s a area sub-divided and unit offices participation of the Alachua been dating. Sauls, Mrs. Albon Blankenship, McAlister, president, an- Regularly $7.50 -

*' .-' survey on the opened, the services of County group with the new di- "We went together for about Mrs. Pat Munden,, Miss Julee nounced. Members should call Sole $4.95
subject but LII the agency will give better service -vision office. five years and fought a lot',' Boals, Mrs. Virginia Alison, Mrs. McAlister, Mrs. John Ma-

.' would that in guess most to persons desiring to adopta she says. "I guess he finally de- Mrs. Daisy Hartman, Mrs. Jan hon or Mrs. Steven,Conroy. ..- f
Bob Oakley cases it would child or place a child for Officers elected for the com cided the only way to stop the Weiland, Mrs. George B e c k, Senator Beth ,Johnson of Orlando -

,. '. be perfume jewelry or lingerie adoption," Dr. Kenneth R. ing year are Mrs. Earl Sawyer, fighting was to marry me." Mrs. Sidney Lancaster and Mrs is to be guest speaker for ,

j ( flowers for or candy the birthday for the anniversary. and- Bzoch, president of the Alach- president; Mrs. Leonidas Rob- J. B. McPherson. I the luncheon at the Holiday Inn.SOFr l

1. i i" ua County chapter of the society erts, vice president and Mrs. The Kellys have three children BEVERAGE SERVER, cap
( And the wives usually give I announced. George Freeman, treasurer. Pat 15, Mike 11, and .h 6 cups. Beautifully styledto
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:I their husbands another necktie I Sheri, 10. grace any-table. Regu
or bottle of shaving lotino.
t J Now there is nothing wrong I The children are no strangers SALE : larly $8.50 Sale $5.95

I >.1 with these gifts. The important Dutch Princess Weds to politics, and they love it, 5
thing is to be remembered.But she says.
I the most appreciated Each legislative session, the f
gifts are not always gift-
their
from
wrapped.Can family moves
you possibly imagineany Lakeland home to Tallahassee -
gift which would be more Spanish Pretender where Kelly serves in the t
appreciated than a lounge chair Senate and the boys work as
t I
or rocker Or a comfortable
mattress Or a new bedroomor __ __ l
dining room suite? rwjurk firms thence oy Pope Paul VI in the
t t It's a welt known fact that ,By ROBERT C.DOTY: ,Vatican. Calendar I
j> the wife usually selects the fur,' *, The bride is the 24 year-old :
niture and the husband pays ROME Princess Irene of .
J I '" -
) the bill and therefore most daughter of Queen i Juliana of '
the Netherlands and Prince -
husbands a chair would or a hesitate sofa for to select his- Carlos Hugo of Bourgon Par-I the Netherlands and her consort Of Events FLUFFY EASY TO WASHClose _: CHAFING DISH for t to

t. wife but there is a very simple ma ware married here today in Prince Bemhard. The Tufted or ,Hobnail Rayon Viscose; Fringed. hostess who delights -
solution to this problem. We a controversial union of Protestant princess was converted recently TODAY 30 -? in serving up C ta
April
,
suggest that M' Jones come to the Roman Catholic faith. CHENILLE'BEDSPREADS,
and Roman Catholic Royal Sunday night sup-
and Allemanders Square Dance
into our shop purchase a I
Neither
of
Gift Certificate to give his wife families. the bride's parentsnor Club 8 p.m., Howard Bish- pers with an air.
so that she may select some- i Catholic marriage rites and a any other member of the Junior High School. a -Full or Twin Size- Graceful traditional
thing that she really wnats and Netherlands House of Orange- op design.i Regularly
Mass said in the Pontifical
1 likes. were of Florida Golf
University
1 I "Give Something For TheHome" Basilica of St. Mary Major by Nassau, ,staunchly protest ant $20.00Sole
i since the Reformation, attendedthe Association, 7:30 p.m., Faculty $14.95
is more than just another -
Paolo Card i n a 1
slogan. It is the sensible 84-year-old Club. 2.77ADD
. solution to your gift problem. Giobbe before a wedding partyof ceremony.The bridegroom is the Gainesville Coin Club, 7:30 SEPCIAL B-L GIFT DEPT.
Give something that will be Spanish, Italian and French 34yearold p.m.) Chamber of Comm ere e
scion of the Bourbon Carlist
used enjoyed and appreciatedevery
nobility but with representativesof Building.
line that has
day. claimed
the Span- To Your Bedrooms With These
reigning houses conspicuously Beauty Fringed,
ish throne since 1833. FRIDAY, May L I
1 ht Home Beautiful Furniture Co. absent. Gainesville B ridge Club, 9 Preshrunk, Spreads .' Assorted Soft Pastel 1_ Shades.
; 1703 N. Main St. The couple was received 'aft Wears Paris Gown a.m., Holiday Inn. I'

er the ceremony in private au- American Association fo .
J Today, as the Princess, wearing r
white United Nations, 7:30 Com- ::
her brocade Balmain pjn.
wedding gown and a diamond munity Room Guaranty Federal
NEISNER'SHOURS
t tiara, gift of Prince Xavier, Savings and Loan Association, :: : THE STORE WITH MORE

I drew up to the Basilica in a Dr. Hugh Popenoe, guest speak- : GAIN S/ILLE SHOPPING CENTER
i14f limousine, enthusiastic crowds 9-9 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET

broke through police lines and er.SATURDAY, May 2
.. forced her to remain in the car GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
Gainesville Junior Woman'sClub
.i for several minutes. B-L CHARGE or CENTRAL CHARGE
) Presentation Ball, 1130 North Main Street
With no member of her family -
9 p.m., Moose Hall.
present to give her away, the
( s Princess went up the aisle of the ,
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r Q Chapel on the arm of her hus- Must quality children's Shoes COSt SO much? No QualiCraft Juniors are the fine quality chadren's shoes .

': band-to-be. : that give you the des'and construction:features and top-grade materials necessary to provide support, protection and correct. j

taining They earth knelt from on cushions their countries con-- 'ii/!; growth proportions for flexible young ,feet-your children't feet. Choose smart styles for dress-up, school and playtime, in'U't ,'

and embroidered with three size ranges for Infants, Boys and Girls, and Young Misses. And our trained salesmen expertly fit each pair to meet the 1

ai their During national parts standards.of the nuptial. .,<111I -_. exact needs of the individual child: Ou aliCraft,Juniors are the shoes to start with and stay with. .2 .9 9 to*4 9 9 .
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i rites and mass both received : :
communion. The Cardinal gave .; > J'

e a short sermon on marriage, ,\. -j .
i l beginning in Spanish, changing M IQ A''. ; ;. i :

to French -the bridegroom is f.1 .
-c a a French citizen and con- ; VoJJJ. QualiCraft
xr r /JmmDrJro
chiding in Dutch. .
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Audience With Pope

( 5' 'kt They drove from the Casilica i.i [ l
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to the Vatican for their U-minute :

T rt tt audience with the Pope, later .'{ ...
they returned to their hotelin ,' i )

r4 Central Rome for a wedding 5 ; ,: are designed. for. .
reception and buffet for about \ .
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spokesman for the Bourbon- growing .'
Parma family said the couple (
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probably would remain in Rome '
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leaving for a honeymoon in the

Holy Land.

t They are expected to estab- \ raPA
lish permanent residence in \ i v5 { ..
Qua/ Craft takes the straightest line to Madrid. r

b fashion ,with a streamlined new sweptbackheelpump : Leg /

( uppered in unlined white crushed leather Howard Bishop \V % V "

q that, puts a wonderful flexibility in each step. .

!I THE SHOES WITH THE $20.00 LOOK $7. Q Q' 'Fun Night' Set <

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1 Howard Bishop PTA will bold ,w .. >'>
its annual Sufi Night" supper \.l \ '
and program tomorrow night at Y k F
ok the school L

This annual fund raising proJ- ..... -4
ect will.begin with a covered- t7t

GAINESVILLE! SHOPPING CENTER-Open 'Til 9 p.m. dish supper at 6:15 pm A Variety ..' :: :. I.,,,.... .,b',. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER-Open TU 9 p.m. ,

Show following will feature .. : _
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10 Gainesville Sun Thursday, April 30, 1964



Kennedy\ Is Poll Choice of Voters I Married Women... --Have .i .




1 NrwTnrk wtmtJf Kennedy's family-- as running-. candidate for Vice President?" brothers. Robert Kennedy led as choice and other well-known prospects Been Denied Equal RightsBy

t\ I By EARL MAZO mate for Johnson. Fifty-four per 'cent quickly Those choosing Edward Ken for vice president, and at the such as Sen. Hubert H. HumI I
: That was deduced from re- named Kennedy more than one nedy either did not know or same time he was the only potential -phrey (D.-Minn.). ,
i NEW YORK Attorney Gen- plies to an"open end" questionin per cent picked Sen. EdwardM. care that be is ineligible for the nominee who might. cost Ralph Turlington
tf-al Robert F. Kennedy is currently which cross-sectional sampling Kennedy and three percent nomination because of age. The Johnson votes. Though leading, Kennedy'sfirstplace
the favorite of Democra- of the Bay State's Democrats said "either Kennedy.". minimum constitutional age fora The sampling in Texas was percentage was not
t fc voters for the vice preslden- was given an opportunity In addition, three per cent Vice President is 35; the typical. It indicated that a John high in southern states. I
fel nomination, according to to volunteer a favorite. earned Sargeant Shriver, Dir- senator is 32. son-Kennedy ticket would run The poll in Texas, for Instance On 14 May 1963 in the regular Legislative SessJon
) l onnerous confidential political The question: "Who would ector of the Peace Corps and A paradox was turned up by three per cent lower at this reported that over 60 Representative Turlington voted against and helped to
x>lls taken during the past five like of the in southern states. time than cent of the proposeda defeat H. B.
you to see as Democratic brother-in-law Kennedy polls three a ticket of .Johnson .per voters No. 917 which bill designed
peeks in more than a dozen _n__ n .__ __ __ __. ._ n 11 was to per-
variety of names, includingGov. mit all!! married
women to
states, coasttocoast.In I George C. Wallace, of Ala., I husband's recover for the loss of their
the conducted who is conducting a services to them (such as helping with the
polls, privitely segrega-;
PlanIT'S children
I J ( in behalf of candidatesbr Rocky Approves tionist, anti-Johnson. drive in I and working around the house) when their

various offices in their re- the north and south. husbands are accSdentially injured by the wrong of
ipective states first- another.
1 Kennedy's The confidential political
lace ratings range from 54 BECKLEY, W.Va. (AP) elder said it was important er winding up a three-day tour compared with positions in the I polls, generally, show only Hum-
I &er cent in Massachussetts, his Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller endorsed that the states "play.full role of the West Coast Wednesdaywith GOP's 1960 platform. phrey and Ambassador Adlai Turlington knew then that the law already permitted
tame ,base, to 17 per cent in the federal government so last night. Rockefeller cited Goldwater E. Stevenson to be vying ser- the husband to recover for the loss of"his wifes servicesIn
the Johnson administra-
Texas, the home of President as to prevent the program from Earlier in the day, he deliv- votes against civil rights legisla iously with Kennedy, at pres- similar circumstances.
r Johnson. tion's war on poverty in the Ap- becoming a football of selfperered another sharp attack on tion, the limited nucleartestban ent, in the thoughts of rankandfile -:
A recent professionally con- palachian area today, but com- petuating Washington bureauc- Sen. Barry Goldwater, his only treaty, federal aid to higher Democrats.In I x
i lusted poll in Massachusetts plained it was long overdue."It racies." opponent in the California pri- education and medical care ELECTRICHARD
a few places one or the
round 61 per cent would like a seems that the interest of. The governor commented. a mary. I for the needy aged. other is rated slightly ahead of
member of the late PresidentPaid the Democrats in the future of speech for a luncheon rally. In a television interview I In today's speech Rockefeller the attorney general.
West Virginia reaches its peak He shifted his campaign Wednesday the governor said dealt exclusively with economic -
Advertising when a national election is closeat the Republican presidential Goldwater "certainly isn't a Re- problems of West Virginiaand
"I band," the New York governor nomination to West Virginia aft-publican" when his votes are the rest of the Appalachianarea.
asserted. **TNo wonder
.
I While supporting the basic Rockefeller said a Democratic Louis Seafare shrimp i non J.
A goals of the antipoverty plan 'U.S. Truly at War campaign promise of 1960 was / 1111
11 / to deal with
h West Virginia's
new pending in Congress, Rock-
problems as "a first order of i
Blasts LB J 11 &i
TIME FOR A CHANGE- Goldwater business. / YILSONSTATE
"What happened?" the gover-
VOTE and SUPPORT LOS ANGELES (APSen.. leading to the cutting off of nor, asked. "Virtually nothing.
Barry Goldwater, in a' hurried Communist supplies, and the Despite these campaign promises -
R. D. "Bob"JORDAN campaign stopover before flyingto destruction of rice and opium no effective over-all program llil 14
Washington, D.C., says he crops in North Viet Nam. to spur economic growth in the REPRESENTATIVEPULL
r I feels the United States is trulyat As for the President's war on region was initiated."
war-both in South Viet Nam poverty, Goldwater called it _a "But now," he continued, "in LEVER 16APd.
A F and against poverty. And, he "Santa Claus of the government the election year of 1964, the F ,
k.
i For SHERIFFALACHUA adds, he doesn't like the Johnson handout" Democratic administration has .qtr I Adv
administration's handling of Goldwater, seeking the Republican .finally come up with a plan."
COUNTY presidential 11II.: .
either battle. nomina-I -- -- "
"-' said tion wound his
The Arizona Republican I up 1
Experienced Capable Wednesday the United States Southern California campaign
Great Leadership Ability faces "slow defeat" in Southeast -I in Los Angeles County with a
PULL LEVER 20-A on Voting Day. May 5 I Asia unless a more aggressive -Republican rally in San Fernando GROWING !
(Pd. Adv.) strategy is employed, Valley Wednesday night. ,

l Goldwater .said his tougher 1 -
strategy in Viet'Nam would nqt WITH FLORIDA PEST CONTROL .
involve bombing Vietnamese, or
-
Vietnamese cities.
..J.JI I "It could mean messing up

UNANSWEREDQUESTIONS some roads, hitting some_ depots -
E and stopping some shipping -
," Goldwater added. "This
means threatening or actually
interdicting the supply routes
i'i '1 from Red China, Laos, and

i Cambodia.Goldwater said North Viet FERTILIZE PLANTS & LAWNS NOW

; I Nam rice crops could be des-
troyed, as -well as the opium for maximum summer beauty /

crop "upon which North Viet
Nant bases a good part, of its
My opponent has been SILENT on the key issues that have emerged in this foreign exchange." ORTHO-GRO p ii
He did not whether he
p1 campaign. I raise these questions again and ask that they be answered in recommended say the use of U.S. rs

a straightforward manner. You need these answers so that you can make forces in tiiis action.

$4 an intelligent choice,when selecting your. chief school officer on May 5th. '
,' \ ,\ GOP Plans: EXCELLENT
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tl is my fervent hope that my opponent will not wait until the last minute Youth VigorIn 1 : ,
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and try to "muddy the water" with confusing and meaningless statements. OUR

Ample opportunity for fair rebuttal is the only policy that is truly in the best IriscoWASHINGTON Large AREA

interests of school (AP) -.: Re- 12-6-6
our system.EDUCATIONAL
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S PHILOSOPHYWhat sion audiences who watch their lawns, trees, and. This WOeRekend
national presidential nominating plants I 18inchLIGUSTRUM
convention in San Francisco. 39c
should be the educational philosophy of your superintendent toward. meetingthe While they are thus: peppingup WE WILL SPREAD
needs of our boys and girls? It is apparent that there is a need for a board programof the party image, leaders 4 98 FERTILIZER FOR
education. Every student should have the opportunity .in school to develop his own hope to avoid intraparty,controversy 1st Gol. 18-inch 39c
talents into skills in order to earn a livelihood and become a respected member of his $
by selecting a slate of VIBURNUM
community. The superintendent should have a GENUINE concern about DROPOUTS and ) 9 per lOOJbs.
spotlight performers satisfac- get 2nd gal. for Ic .
the solution to this problem with proper guidance.
to all factions. 18-inch
tory 2 gal. only 4.99
Sen. Thurston B. Morton of 19C
Kentucky, former GOP national PODOCARPUS
FREE
FOR THE OFFICE .
QUALIFICATIONS chairman under former Presi- .
I dent Dwight D. Eisenhower, has 9c
What is the meaning of "fully qualified for superintendent?" The teaching professionitself been selected as permanent : GERANIUMS i : Garden Books
has said that should chairman to wield the during
an adequate program of preparation for the superintendency gavel '- : : '
encompass a minimum of two_ years of graduate study. The candidate should possess 'the convention. ivy and hy-breds
high intelligence the ability to work with people, mature judgement, school adminis- Morton, 56, tall, handsome anda : fREE
I trative experience, and business competence.ADMINISTRTION polished performer on the onnao-6R
platform, is the oldest of the -
I three star performers. i Delivery
f AND FINANCE The others expected to be ; ,
I lected by the Republican sej'l j'l) : .. p.-- FREE
tional
The question raised concerning school fees and other money raising inconveniencesbrings Arrangements :
nito clearer focus the need for" having an experienced and successful business at its meeting here Committee'I''I Expert Advice
include
Mark
Gov.
man as school superintendent. The logical and intelligent way to finance a quality school I' ;
program is bsed on an equitabf! : tax structure not on haphazard policy of unreliable of Oregon as I
j. school fees. man and State Chairman Robert : ,
i A. Forsythe'of Minnesota as I
convention keynoter. Hatfield is I II BEST'
E EFFECTIVE I!LEADERSHIP 1 I 41 and Forsythe 42. I : i PET SHOPSPECIALS
) The choice of Morton as permanent -.i
I chairman broke a dead TRADE-IN !
"There appears'to be direct relationship between the quality of the school superintendent lock in which congressional
t I and the quality of the school program." Who has the responsibility for the develop- j members, generally were back- ALLOWANCE
1' I ment of high quality program at a school? Your school superintendent is the most :ing House Minority Leader PUPPIES:
important officer in the school the office of school ,
system. The person filling superintendent
Charles A. Halleck of Indiana
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should have, the qualifications, the experience the manner, necessary .to for the job while GOP FOR YOUR
lend dignity and prestige to this office. his Is so essential 1 today, and particularly more gover- American Shepherds $4000OLD
Hatfield.
nors were plugging I .
so here In Alachua County as we continue to grow influenced by our great, University of I
Morton Eisenhower
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an moderate
Florida. from a border state has Min. Dachshund $
65
the backing of conservatives MOWER . .
booming Sen. Barry Goldwater, Both With PapersTROPICAL
Compare The CandidatesHARRY R-Ariz., for the party's presiden i! 'g y "
r tial nomination. I ON ANEW : Y FISH:


EVANS Measures :Lake Forest VTORO :. y y -V y Sword Tail, or Block Red . .pr. $] "

Up In Every Respect! I Carnival Set I / Block ii-llj-' on.
I Marbled mOIIieS . each OUC
c ELECT: I The Lake, Forest Elementary, -
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;School will hold its annual! Aquarium 19c

::5 spring to 9 pm.carnival. tomorrow from; ECT. Flying SQUIRRELS each $395

!. HARRYEVANS j i A 50 cent sapper will be I
served in the school cafetori-'

;um. Events will include a coun- ,' t:" ',: I f. -
I try store, various games of
t i chance and a cake..walk. :;; .

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The Boys' Club will be closed
I Friday night due to the neighboring -! 20 NW 16th Ave. ) eV CHttttCAt.: COMPANY
Your Superintendent of Schools I Kirby-Smith CarnIval.: Phone
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I iI 2 School Candidates QualifiedBy ,I' $ ELECT



CLIP CORMIERSun criteria for superintendentstoo Both of the Alachua County) versity of Florida where both doubt about Talbot because be : ;
Education Writer : they must have at leasta candidates for superintendentin Talbot and Evans graduated. is a principal and the qualifi-

Apparently Alachua County master's degree from an approved Tuesday's primary election "According to their transcripts cations for superintendent are 1..
voters will. elect a school institution with not William S. '(Tiny) Talbot both candidates havethe the same as for principals."

superintendent whose qualifications less than 18 hours of courses and Harry Evans say they necessary degrees to be Frick said it would not be 4'i.1I :
satisfy accreditation in school administration. are fully qualified.But school superintendents, but necessary to send the college :1 BOB ;.1
t standards regardless of which If a county elects a superin- getting someone else to the SA's ace reditation committee transcripts to Tallahassee :
lever they pull Tuesday, but tendent who does not measureup say so is another matter. An would have to decide for examination. S C
r school administrators are being to the minimum qualifications attempt to get an unequivocal if the courses they took are "Try Vince McGuire at the h 3
mighty cautious about ad- its schools can lose their I "Yes" or "No" answ-e r acceptable," said Dean Joseph College of Education in
mitting.it. accreditation, says the South- meets with little success. B. White of the Collegeof Gainesville. He's on our accreditation JORDAN
Any qualified elector can ern Association. County School Supt. E. D. Education.He committee and
J hold the office of school superintendent Early last month' Dr. Her- Manning Jr. said Board of suggested Frick, in Tallahassee he can tell you," Frick said.
in Florida if he man Frick, Florida chairmanof Public Instruction ,files indi- answer the question. McGuire was out of town.
l' can manage to get himself the SA's accreditation com- cated both men were "almost" "My guess is that both these The party that answereed his

elected. mittee, issued a memoran- certainly" qualified according = men are qualified, but I can't office phone suggested we Your Sheriff
But the Southern Association dum to chairmen of all school to SA standards, but, still, say for sure," Frick said. "it call back in a day or two. .
1 of Colleges and Schools, boards in the state remindingthem he was unable to render a pos- depends on whether or not So the inquiry comes to a

"' which sets accreditation of the SA's position. itive answer. their graduate degrees were full bureaucratic circle. Any-
\ standards for member concerning unqualified super- He suggested trying the College in school administra t i o n. day, both candidates are BOB JORDAN t :
J Schools, has Set a minimum intendents. of Education at the Uni- There shouldn't, be much qualified--apparenUy. .
t I r. j-

I"1" CliurclimenSupporting \" ;;:'.;. :.. .. .j.jBoy State Group Is Named JORDAN IS EXPERIENCED, IN .


}, : THE FIELD' OF LAW ENFORCEMENT-


\} To Handle Education Money has conducted_ investigations worked traffic, served civil papers and

Prayer Ban e/ performed other duties responsibilities:! of the Sheriff's Department.
j 4
.1' Sfow ftnrk GJfatra TALLAHASSEE (AP) Floe for consideration, Bryant said' A. Simpson, Miami.
Ida's share of millions of dollars ,
.1? By C. P. TRUSSELL Y 41 y Under the federal program, The governor said the committee .
> in federal grants to higher education -the federal government provides would consult with Dr. J.
:' WASHINGTONChurchmen y. will be in the hands of a 40 per cent of the -construction Broward Culpepper, executive JORDAN IS EXPERIENCED IN ;
,* representing more than 30 Christian special.13-member: advisory money for junior colleges and director of the Board of Con-

\i denominations supported committee appointed Wednesday. technical, schools and 33 per trol; James L. Wattenbarger, COURT .
.. j yesterday the Supreme Court's by Gov.. Farris BryantThe cent for public and private uni- director, division of com- ,
rulings against prayers and grants were designed to versities and colleges. munity junior colleges, State Department .
served Site the Chief
) years as
Bible-reading in public schools, PROCEDUREr'l
of Education and Wil- r'l
and help pay for construction of Under the first allocation, a ;
the
urged House Judiciary classrooms, laboratories and libraries liam F. Mclaughlin of the University '
f Committee to reject all proposed ceiling of $1.3 million was set :
of Miami.
t constitutional amend- needed in the onslaught for junior colleges and technical
., ments of booming school enrollments. schools and ceiling of $4.8 mil ?
designed to override the
decisions.It Florida's share during 1964-65 lion was set for universities and JORDAN IS WELL TRAINED TO ;
; Scout was $5.6 million. colleges.The .. "
was the first hearing of State School Supt. Thomas other appointees and the WORK WITH OUR YOUTH :
witnesses drawn from outside Gets Bailey was named chairman of: they represent: "
Eagle groups
t congress, and for four days the the advisory committee and liaison Board of Control-Chairman No wonder I .,'
t Committee had heard House between the committeeand Louis Seafare shrimp _, _
Paul Miller, 15 year- Baya Harrison, St. Petersburg; t -
\ members. All but one supported the State Board of Educa- tastes
G. W. Schmidt Jacksonville so good-thijy i
J f one or more of ,the pending merit badges in his four yearsas tion of which he is a member. Chester Whittle,, Orlando; and; cook it just,like \:/ Vote For Bob Jordan !F

147 resolutions seeking an a Boy Scout. Miller has The Board of Education would James L. King, Miami .Beach. they do their chicken''*' '
i amendment Clergymen appearing make the final plan for submission I t
and'afternoon also received an award as Junior colleges-Fred Kent, Call them: FR 2-6311' And Get An Experienced Man For :"
I at the U. S. of
t morning to Department Jacksonville; Whit Palmer' Jr.,
sessions were unanimously honor Health, Education and Welfare 309 North West 13th SL
op- camper. Ocala; Van Priest, Madison and YOUR SHERIFF
| posed to any change inihe con- J. Carlisle Rogers of Leesburg. !

| stitution because of the rulings. Refugee Infant Survives Private institutions-William PULL LEVER 20A ON VOTING DAY, MAY 5

Rev. Dr. Edwin H. Tuller itaclnnes, Tampa; Joseph (Paid Adv.)
spoke for the National Council Boyd, Melbourne; Don Shoe-
of Churches of Christ in the Birth in 18-foot BoatMIAMI maker, Miami and Dr. George
United States, and also as Chiefexecutive

; Officer of the American BEACH (AP) Barbara ___
Baptist Convention. Dr. Benita 'Mejias first few I Key.The baby was born at 10:30 a trw t

Tuller said he was largely giving hours of life were probably as a.m. while Marta held her moth-
voice to conclusions reached wild as any she'll ever know. er's hand and Dolores Espin Ramos

: by the council's general She was born Wednesday to 18, helped Mejias with the : rt
\ board and views expressed in delivery. The mother lay on a
the wife of a farmer fleeing
I I long study and debate by its mattress made of the refugees' i
Communist Cuba in an 18-foot wttfi : +
} members. wooden boat shirts. OJ\\4 t

; "The leadership of the major Before the day was over, she The Cubans attracted the at-,'
-otestant churches," be said, had been lifted in a sling from tention of HMS Tartar, a 360.()
i I; i re not convinced, by and the little boat to the lofty deckof foot English ship assigned to pa-

., .J je, ,that God desires an at- a British frigate off Marathon trol duty between the Bahamasand "
.nuated and conventional worship lowered in duffel the Florida Coast. .
Key and later a .. ,
I. administered in pub l1'cIf bag, to a Coast Guard vessel Edging alongside the huge /- '.t l'
: school classrooms by the state. off Miami. I gray hull, Andres related his I II .4.j .;'

1 They are not requesting or Today she and her mother, problem. Immediately a stretcher -,
I.
If It it behalf of the I was lowered and up to theTartar's .it *
demanding on Luisa 30, were reported doing & I
and churchmen whom deck went Luisa. Right
t churches well in Jackson Memorial Hos- I
I they have been called to: pital. behind her went the new baby,
and the other refugees, and the; : FI I Ii
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lead, he continued "and most Her father, Andres, 33 who ship beaded for Miami.A t I
!f ) of them are opposed to jeopardizing delivered his own daughter, had Coast Guard vessel met the
I our long-cherished freedom hoped> she would be born an 'Il
\ God conscience frigate near Miami and took the l
to worship as America. But by a few hours,
refugees aboard. Later, the
dictates by tampering with she was a Cuban. ,
t the First Amendment." his wife and another mother and daughter ,were It -l
. Mejias, h
taken to the hospital
t 'Churles H. Tuttle, general daughter, Marta, 12, set out with r it&tw1411uH :
counsel of the ,council, .analyzed ,five other Cubans from Matanzas Whoa JUSTISS : III
the principal resolution before Tuesday night The next What's
the committee from a con- morning, Luisa knew she was I
PUBLIC DEFENDER? L I1 if
.
stitutional standpoint It is going to have her second child fi ;.j
Who CARES? ,
'I t sponsored by Rep. Frank J. before the refugees ever reached Set orange blue and gold handbill WAi1 Ji T
Becker, R-N. Y. safety. Land was more than 13 I around town *Pd.Sun AOv.classified sec f. /:
miles to the west, at Marathon
Rev. Dr. Eugene Carson

Blake, as Clerk, of the United
,
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FOR
: Presbyterian Church in theU. VOTE

I S. A., noted that his church W. S. "Tiny" = (
had been against 'governm'entinvolvement 47'a.
in religion for 180( Two rich amethysts and 9 diamonds ) .t _,.., .
C years,and voiced its position oil Nt TALBOTSUPERINTENDENT in swirled 14K gold! s tting., '

prayers and Bible-reading in $59.95
the schools much more recently b. Unde!! star sapphire sit with 8 :,. u ,....... N r.k.
diamonds in luxurious: 14K gold.
and before the Supreme -
i $125 -
I Court rule. OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION

\ "I 'take alarm' at this 'exper-
r iment on our liberties'," he SILVERPLATED
} said, "and urge the, committee a Alachua County t
EXPERIENCED CAPABLE -PiECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE 1
to change in the protections t w
oppose offered any by the first Any school fee is non-collectable u if the parents object to paying. Includes footed 10-cup coffee pot and &cup teapot,, both Complete $3 995 r "
amendment The bill of rights There is no law giving the right to collect fees-remember par- with Insulated handles, creamer, covered! sugar, elegant Set only "
ents must want to pay. footed tray/ i r rf rt
should remain unamended for PULL LEVER 24-A (Pd. Adv.)
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the rights are inalienable.

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rI I ii 14 Gainesville Sun Thursday, April 30 1964"

,, iJe tame- .. n_.. *. eqk. '.. ,K.. But not everyone-., 'aa'believes.""' ', "-and As don lang as" I too bad,8YP.1illis. doesaV
' > Y. trusts rhimr ) care
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; He finds,his victim, but if. he
'I County Feels Syphilis i Wrath: can't find the people with whom Outfoxed;

the victim has had sexual con- nority, he Flees

tact, his task is frustrated.11..... Another

r.- Other will be left to roam,.infected reporting by AP) A guard
{1 1 1I (} and ignorant of; their cure their a warning shot Wednes
'"-. about it, $ success."H's prisoner Joseph Van Dor-
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plight. >
And Alachua knows '
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County .
the barbed-wire
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By HAROLD RUM&IEL t here are top
j I its wrath. M Some refuse.to name contacts Sobera said fence that surrounds the
Sun Staff Writer
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There's probably no one quite because they don't trust the in- House of Correction.
1( I "It's too bad syphilis doesn'tij so close to the problem hereas vestigator. "I've got to make Faithful shooting," the 19-year-
about Sobera. As a health depart- Sobera doctors '
hurt People worry K them trust me, says. shouted "I'm com-
1 things that hurt," said health I ment investigator, syphilis is But others don't have motivesas Sobera's job ." '
1 his beat iw honorable as mere mistrust But there's I
investigator Larry
department guard stopped.
I II "Some people just don't care to be done
Sobera. It's his job to douse the wildfire I Dorsen came down-on
themselves.
A AWd about anyone but obstacles to of the fence.
,I There's not much pain with spread of the dread "social -
t disease" in Alachua and sur-
/ \ syphilis. It feeds slowly and
I j t painlessly on human tissue. It rounding?counties. He's supposed -
to find and direct the cure
;I attacks your brain or it could .
I settle in your spine. Either way,:of each victim. His records
show, that more and more arebeing
1 it's bound to wreak destruction. -
found. .,.' I Ioa
It might cause crippling. ANNOUNCING A PARTY
I Sometimes. it causes insanity. In 1958 Alachua County was

1 Sometimes .it kills. virtually void of syphilis. Then .t

the rise.began.. r, N
I Last year there were 51 cases NJS .
KNOWS THE LAW reported in this county. So far

this year, a 29 per cent increaseover

1963 has been reported by ; v ,
the health department.
) Alachua County' is above average -

tr for the state. And the 0 X..
state is above average for the

nation. Sobera said that only I j WHEN
three states -New York, Calif-

r + t ornia and Florida arc considered :FRIDAY, MAY 1, 7 A.M. to 11 P.M.
4. .
1kr epidemic,areas : s
A "Ifs too bad syphilis doesn't Disease Detective ..4 WHY: OFFICIAL 3

hurt," Sobera remarked with .
regret.If It's Larry Sobera's job to track down and cure syphilis victims in the area. h GRAND OPENING
i weary there was pain, he believes, For each one found there are extensive interviews to find others who may \
lookingfor have caught the parasitic disease from the person who's been found. (Sun
would
the victims come Store
'"In the months he has him. But it doesn't hurt. It I I Photo by Eddie Davis) Party Package i 1

.., held office,Mr.Kynes has just breeds a sore, Sobera ex- rash- serious or not so serious. friend may have warned him of Although he works out of the WHAT: IiS "

performed well. He is intelligent plained. Other sores.e may develop and the symptoms, or the health de- Alachua County Health Depart -
r personable and "People don't worry enough your hair might start fallingout. ariment's venereal disease education ment and maintains his office Northcentral Florida's, newest, biggest and most

knows the law." about sores, and ;when they'regone campaign may have there he actually is an employeof complete line of packaged goods, liquors, wines, {
they usually are forgotten. alerted him.Education. the U. S. Public Health Serv-
,ST. PETERSBURG TIMES "Syphilis .1O es'heal nicely ,The secondary symptoms ice. cordials, beer, mixes you name it, we have it!

said Sobera. may never develop. If they do is one of Sobera's I If not, we'll get it.SUPERMARKET.
duties. He went to work here Jan. 1.
James
KffP W. during prime
'I That first sore develops develop, they'll go away. He suceeded another
fulltime
k a.period of 10 to. 90 days ,.Secured by ignorance and the .Tests show that Joe has syph syphilis investigator who had SELFSERVICEOR
:\ after contact Is made wlth the ilis. The indicate he's
.. % vanished outward symptoms, symptoms been reassigned. Alachua County -
disease. It doesn't hurtany the ;victim may relax and for had it for some months. : has had a full time man = DRIVE-IN WINDOW

!more, than any other sore. And< get his afflictions of the"past. Joe's problem is rather simple assigned to venereal disease for ALWAYS AT SUPER MARKET PRICES

ATTORNEY GENERAL, if-you leave it alone, it will go But his problems have just now*., A heavy dose of penicillin about_ _two years. .

oU PWifxaf ,. away. of : will fix him. And if he's : fills '
tw kf lk. IC,.4oWi'Mm.. W Later on there may be other started. The disappearance (earned task often is a discouragng .
Campaign Fred his lesson, he wOD'tcatch :
I
I. __ $,....r, Cfcwman.- -symptoms. There might be :.1erald entreated the beginning syphilis of symptoms the end syphilis again. twists..one, and it can. take sordid. -OPENING: SPECIALSGOOD

:or the unfortunate victim. The Joe's safe, but Sobera's job is
"MORE PROGRESS FOR f symptoms vanish when the mi- just starting. He's got to prompt He deals with all kinds of peo FRIDAY and SATURDAY

YOUR TAX DOLLAR" :roscopic parasites find a home Joe's memory into recalling eVery pIe-low class and high class,
ELECT a n a human body. person he's had sexual con- educated and uneducated, young MAY 1 and
They concentrate themselve: act with since he contracted and old, cooperative and unco- 2. j
"
Dashwood Hicks n a single organ and start de he- disease. operative.The ti23rd Bfyd.

.troying it. Now :there'll.be.:onlj;\ "We average about :nine ron youngest.victim he's ever ,
nternal destruction. racts per victim," Sobera told seen was 'eight years old. The
A BUSINESSMAN All this will happen if syphili The Sun. oldest was 68. Some of his victims Party Package Store H

COUNTY COMMISSIONER undetected. Sobera's jol The feverish task of finding I are long -, term victims
ALACHUA COUNTY joes to detect it. > md testing the nine gets under- whose minds already are dam 4005 N.W. 13th STREETU. r
s aged. Others have the S. 441 NORTH
DISTRICT 3 AT LARGE A typical victim Sober vay. If the average holds true, early
symptoms and won't suffer PHONE 376-2800
-Vote For Sound, Progressive Government- alls him Joe walks into th hree of the nine contacts will permanent damage because any of 39th Ave.Special .
Pd. Adv. lealth Department office. / lave syphilis. And,they'll have early detection. Orders Invited
nade contacts, and one-third uY
of
t Cooperation is a key point to
heir contacts will
1 is. have syphl his program. I

r Everything is done in the
"Speed Is one of the 'most strictest >
RALPH TURLINGTON confidence, he said. a
important thingssavs- Sob-- L .

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l Sobera is both pessimistic and .'i ::::,:< 1 t H.It': :;.,:. .

BEST QUALIFIED optimistic about the present situation ...; IfJl/T f/t;: : ;::;,.. ; ?t :, J
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I here. ? ; .. ; $ :. :" :"<'
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I are Pessimistically being found.Optimistically. more cases. H r:: :.f. ; : ;,

i I Sobera said 0 0t
i j Proven Service the ratio between early and I'
late cases being found is get- ) 'i'
ting better. LORHL
1 Record He hopes that the higher percentage '
>: of early cases indicatesthat I
sw t -
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& Alachua County people are ]
I : becoming,more aware of syphilis I l

tl Proven and are recognizing it beforeit y
progresses into damaging ; ; i

stages. r,..,., ,:<..' y <.. t i
s QualificationsProven But<.his optimism doesn't run p..: .;'..
too deep. ; >'

"There probably are 75 people ...'. .., J1 J1p
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walking around out there with

Legislative it- right, now," he said with a ;: $.f-3"+ -w Illustrated in the new
sweeping swing of his arm. .' .;: ,/ ..' Rectanoular Tub U the A
:d y Model 23CK37. Cabinet i.
The 75 are those Sobera real ; '
jUb: :.. of mahogany
genuine
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ExperienceRalph Iy bu'to worry about they'rethe veneers and select hardwood
ones who don't know they l solids or genuine walnut ,
RALPH TURLINGTON With this new tube:5; \
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have syphilis and are spreadingit J veneers and select

Turlington Will Continue to Support: unknowingly.undetected, the The more longer they theygo Motorola changes the shape f hardwood solids. J


d Quality Schools>> & Universities Economy .in Government c. spread"Iff jt.too bad, syphilis doesn't of color television for good! L MOTGROLAJMotorola's

State Institutions Constitutional Revision : ', hurt" he repeats. Sob era
doesn't think would
Sunland Training Centers Alcoholic Beverage Investigation people be new color tube is rectangular, There are many deluxe features include i.
so complacent if it did.
not round! ing a Motorola-designed color signal indicator -
Quality Mental Health Program The Interest of Agriculture The c o m p latency can work This means you get a more natural that lights to tell you when a color -
C two ways. looking picture-the same shape as your program is being transmitted,once the set 3 ,
1 Fair Tax Structure v. .Highway Safety Among victims ,- many .of modern black-and-white set. Corners of is fine-tuned. Ic
.' them illiterate it leads to the the picture aren't "cut-off." And every color set carries Motorola's t i ?
spread of the disease. The picture's bigger than ordinaryfull year guarantee on all tubes and parts,
t I Wl Voted by legislative colleague ta secret ballet And round color tube sets-23 inches overall with free exchange or repair of any com
Legislative Honors as a member ef the mat effective three meMegatwa. among health officials it can defective I I
tube 274 normal
ding
(ALLEN MORRIS AWARD) Voted meas.; sq.in.picture viewponent proven in use.
by capital legislative correspondents of the lead to lax enforcement and relaxing ing area Vet the tube is approximately 5 Arranged through selling dealer. Labor I
Florida Press as OM of the tea most valuable of investigation tech- inches shorter than ordinary round tubes. extra. ,
UP: Veted member by of legislative sacead celletguet mat effective ta secret legiSiltive belief members of the House ef Representatives.1MJ niques.' So cabinets can be slim, trim and at* See Motorola Color Television with the'w l I
4Negalo I tractive. new 23-inch rectangular tube,today.
: V.ted by legislative celleegues ta secret.beSet It's complacency by health I
a member et me mest effective three mudelegation. officials that put Alachua !
tS7i Veted by ceeffel legislative (ALLEN MORRIS AWARD) Voted
correspondent i
the Fleri member ii the House of KepmentetiveCVete4 the Flerida Press as e.e ef the tea mat today. .......... -........... !
valuable members ef the House ef Representatives. they are .... ..... i
(Received the tersest number ef votes Sobera outlined the history of ......r: ......... !
1W. : I member by Ufitletive e* tile SWeM Cetleeiues mat ie effective& Ntlet three ef any Representative) VD. I Wake up or go to fikep. to FM !
KIM legislative delegaflgt. i f
valid by the Editors ef he doRy eewiMPOT ft, During post World War II MOTOROLA FM/AM CLOCK RADIO !
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Florida a* roe Reanetsip. iw' the SC Petersburg days, syphilis seemed to be definitely 1 .
Voted by capita .
,. Ftcntfe Press es legislativethe eoe o< fee Reto,, mistpr fs valve-ef Member Times e( the award House ter ef the Representatives. mesf valvabie.forservice a defected 'disease, A Chassis for this Rectangular Color TV Tr aw.i1"..A.Neee ::to -. --- : j
able members ef fee House ef was. designed by Motorola and Jft,
s aI atria. ef Flerida. massive drive to find'-its victims uses 16 ION" .rile retie "enm a/ :
I Motorola'patents for good performance. % er wttb enu*>etam.N '
followed by treatment with VleiM cteck MthM '- \W
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Every chassis is thand-wired : "Ii
precision '
penicillin, apparently had al-II crafted with modern hand and dip soldering A...._.--w i": _' --_, __ 1
RALPH TURLINGTON'S RECORD IS ONE most eradicated it for circuit connections of high relia .....1Ct
So the U. S. Public Health bility. lets are aLebwrl ........etettneeet I writ Me eotofe
OF PROVEN EFFECTIVE UNSELFISH I Service began reassigning its I:
VD investigators to other_ areas I! EASY TERM BANK FINANCING AVAILABLE PEHFRI AY'S TIL 9 .P.TECH : .

SERVICE TO CITIZENS OF ALACHUA such as tuberculosis. : >_: :
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COUNTY AND Syphilis immediately began a i .'
FLORIDAMy
comeback.,Until 1961, the comeback Headquat1is'or

opponent has published false statements and innuendos inferring was both rapid 'and :! The Greatest 'Color' Y
steady. Then the U., S. T TV
the public officials and citizens controlled and surgeon V
are manipulated by
general, alarmed over the increase
Ralph Turlington.. His I Values
ridiculous and vicious advertisements are cen- named a task force to And Tha _
trally based on outright )
falsehoods! He refuses to be cross-examined
because he knows. has no proof or truth. restart the syphilis_fight Finest Color TV Service .
The task force outlined a b
tle plan and now is a work t.1

S-- S -.' .. .....,-.*... ,(pd. advj -. I beat' venereal disease.Sobera 122 N.W. 16th Ave. Phone 372-0433 I I'iF
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; ) Physical Ills May Be Emotional '! VOTE and TheQUALIFIED ELECT .




This week, Aladraa Conn- ''I drawals. Then the school psy- There is no consolidation or coordination
i ty pays 1 particular attention chiatrist would observe them of staff. Especiallywith

t; to mental health problems. Your Mental Health closely," explained Davis.A 20-30 per cent of the prisoners ;

ti The following article is the '. ) current problem in need ill, Florida needs a ;'psychiatric ;
"' .
i second In a three-part series ; o' of immediate attention, says division under one man. a '
examining aspects of these -, Part 2 Davis is the organization of It could then operate from that : MAN
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problems.) Florida's mental hospitals and level to serve both the hospitals ,
prisons. and prisons," said Davis.' f r .

Ii By KAREN HACK '' reconstructive psychotherapy or "From the very 1 "They are all fragmented (Next: Unlocked Doors}' I EARL FAIRCLOTHCANDIDATE : .
birth if ,
I psychoanalysis attempts to at .- a person
"I don't engage in any hocus uncover concealed wounds and prived either emotionally

i, pocus. Everything you say is hidden distortions; 'that is, ,the materially, he is liable to with'I Roads & Public Improvements FORAttorney
confidential Ninety-five per buried. subconscious serious psychic disorder.. If

cent of my patients are notcrazy. The man who must beep his traceptives were more Without Private Favoritism General
." car horn every time he sees a used, babies would have a ,_
With these words Dr. Josh woman dressed in green may ter chance of entering the
i Davis, one of Gainesville's two agree that it is ridiculous to do with genuine desire on the Businessman, Farmer Attorney Age 43 Bom in Chiefland Levy County Public School Graduate _

I, psychiatrists, begins the first so. But the panic he.feels when of the parents," said Dr. I University Florida Graduate- B.A. Cr LLB Degrees President of U. of F.
visit of a new patient he is prevented from doing it Student Body and Member of Blue Key Society.
Another aid to better
About half of Dr. Davis's doesn't lessen by knowing this. ] JIM FAIRNESS DIGNITY e EFFICIENCY

; patients seek help on their own Day after day, then as the I out"health in would the community be a. I Vote for Earl Faircloth The Qualified CandidatePd.

accordfeeling their mental patient acts in neurotic ways, m ( Adv.)
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f and emotional frame work the analyst helps him examinehis 'Teachers would Be II ::1

inadequate to cope with their feelings. Slowly the patient the hyperactive and the -
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\ problems. The other half are' becomes aware of what is ap-;:

referral patients. Most referrals I propriate inappropriate, rational -' '
initially went to their family and irrational. Gradually ,
doctor"with complaints ranging he begins to think in: a more tir STARTING .AT ONCE!
i from digress and falling hair mature and' healthier fashion. r
to prolonged hiccoughing. Sometimes it is not psychotherapy

That many physical symp or psychoanalysis that
toms are psychosomatic In nature will correct the patient's mental r .

having an, emotional. disorder says Dr. Davis. If the
basis is really not so origin is physical -.as a.brain
strange, says* Dr. Davis. He tumor then physical therapy, i ,

explained that every organ in medicine, drugs and even sur .
the human_ body is,, connected gery may be employed. .

) with the brain by nerve chan Dr. Davis utilizes group therapy .'..'..
n Is:, When the nervous sys for some of his patients. A
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tem 3s upset by some crisis or group of half dozen patients f. y s:' .:eeL tis.

conflict, one may fed the I effects meet simultaneously, and discuss .
in various organs of the together their problems.I r.. .
body. Its advantage is chiefly L1 .the 1', f! I
"All I II i .:. .:.. r
a psychiatrist can really similarity to the social interaction
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serve as a medium .' .' '.
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has to help. Sometimes says Dr. Davis is treatment
patients would like me to sprinkle of the patient's relatives

a magic powder and erase through family therapy. In I' .,
F 30 to 40 years of living" he some cases'"he may see the e
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fj added. II parents of a patient as many I

In treating the mental patient, times as possible.Not .
psychiatrists like Dr. Davis rely only should those close I
especially on psychotherapyand to the patient fully understandthe

psychoanalysis. disorder, but often the ultimate
In psychotherapy, the patents cure of the illness depends

pe aks about his feelings freely on the change of attitudes .
and honestly to the therapist 'or conditions of the home I
The combination of free communication environment. .. ; -

and suggestions by Dr. Davis, along with Dr. \ .

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.. Florida and Auburn tanglein loss of right-handed hitting Shannon, 'first base; M o n t- ter against the Gators in their

: VintageUFYear their annual two-game series .center, fielder, (.370; .average) gomery, second base; Ran- earlier two-game series at'

__ at Perry Field tomorrow Allen Trammel and. veteran dy Morcroft, shortstop; Don Auburn as the two teams- ;

-c and Saturday and, as usual, right-handed pitcher Jim Big- Pendley, third base; and Jim split. Florida must win both '

S" l' ; I ; + everything will be riding on garL Both lost the battle of Duncan, Ron Creese and Bill games as does Auburn. If the

: -- the outcome of the two books in recent examinations. Blomgren, outfielders. two teams split their series

I games. V Leading Auburn hitter is Auburn likely will start here, Kentucky can sneak in

The visiting Tigers, defend- Otis Bibb shortstop. He is Harry Doles,, catcher;' Ron. and take it all by winning

!iS ; ing Eastern Division and clouting at a .359 clip in SEC nie Baynes, first base; Jim- three games froin Vanderbilt

If. they gave "Oscars" for watching movies as well 'asmaking Southeastern Con fer e n c e play._ my Martin, second base; this' weekend.

them and acting in them, the University of Florida champions, currently lead the Infielder Jimmy Barf i e Id Bibb, shortstop; Barfield, third Tomorrow's game starts at

coaching staff would have to rank as a strong contender for Eastern race with a 10-4 rec- is batting 327. Tom Shannon base; and Dink Haire, Jim 3 pjn. and Saturday's at 2

honors this spring. ord ,to' 94'for the Gators and Gator first.baseman, and Bachus and Tandy Geralds, p.m. Overflow crowds of 2-

fkI 8-4 for dangerous Kentucky. Earl: Montgomery, second outfielders. 500 to 3,000 are expected for

Anyone looking for a Gator grid coach these ,days has only Coach Paul Nix will have baseman, both have .327 Crysel hurled a three hit- the two contests.
to follow the whir of a projector to the nearest darkened marks.
his two ace hurlers ready to I .
and there will be.
room' they f use against Florida. He like In the pitching department, x 1f *
The film that UF coaches Pepper Rodgers, Billy Kinard, ;
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ly will start hard-throwinr Crysel is No. 2 in the loop '

Fred Pancoast and publicity director Norm Carlson were Duke Shackleford tomorrow with a SO record, an earned : What They're !
watching back and Doing
yesterday brought fond memories painful
and 27
and follow with southpaw Jim- run'average of 1.35
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thoughts.It -
my Crysel Saturday. strike-outs and 10 walks in UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA -
1M4 TWENTY GAME BASEBALL STATISTICS f I
Coach Dave' Fuller is expected 40 innings. Overall Record: 13 7 i I
UF hurler is Dan Griffin SECRecard.4
lead with his Top
to : ace, Hams AI It H .IA 211311 Hit Itll $I
who is 2-0, has a 1.33 Tom S11lnnon. Ib .................................. fl1321.292311133 I!
Danny Eggart, tomorrow and JlmDuncan.If ......................_............... 731320.274015C7 i,
follow with Charlie Anderson ERA. Auburn also has Earl Montgomery 2b .............................. 77 14 21 .273 1 1 1 14 3 I
'with a'' DI" Porter, c.................................... 67 11 11 .26' 2 1 1S 2
\ on Saturday.Lose George Nichols 2-0, JIvnEIIlott.cf ..............................._... 3t 21025600022 I
; 2.78 ERA while Anderson, Adrian Bill Blomgren. rf .................................. 76 l' 1t .250 3 I 1 21 0
'' Players Ron Crease. 3b ,
GATOR SOPHOMORE ADRIAN--- ZABALA Florida has been hard hit Zabala and Eggart are Randy Morcroft. ss::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 3 1; 13 12 :m : : 0 1 ,: :
Lass Thai 31 AI Bats
1.04 2.50 and 4.31 in ERA in
Slated To Do A Lot of Pitching for the vital ,series with the llama AB R H .BA 2Ia 31t Hit RBISB
SEC action with records of Danny Egglrt. p ................................... 13 5 5 .38S 0015 S
Allen Trammel!. cf ........_.... ................... 27 5 10 .370 I I 1 1 2
I ,. I 1-0, l-O1 and 3-2 respectively.For DomtPendley.35 ................................... 2235.56401041
Jim Boyesen. d. ..................................... 1725.21420000
was a training film featuring the magic of quarterback the season, ,Anderson Da" Griffin. p ........................................ 712.22600020
has fanned 36 batters in 37 Jim Biggar p ........................................ 12 2 3 .250 1 0 0 1 0Chance
Larry Libertore in the Gators' brilliant 1960 season when Anderson. p ._............................... 0 1 .111 0 0 It' :
Florida could do no innings to lead Florida in Richard Phillnes, P .................................. 1 0 a .000 a a a
wrong. ; K' Thursdy that Adrian Z.bala. p ...................................... 12 0 0.000 0 . 'I
That was; the year when Gator linemen blocked, crisply, RJf April 30 category. Pitching
StartersThe Mama G W.L .IP .. H ER II SO. ERA
defensive ends and halfbacks fell for every dip of the shoulderby Charles Anderson ............................... 7 1-2 37 27 4 t 36 0.57 '
little Larry and the pitchouts worked to perfection. Gators' likely will go Dan GrIffin .................................... 3 2.0 11 113 I 3 o 11 1.33 I
with Dave Porter. catcher.: ,.. !,.......................................... !.! .! 1I .! ..! H! I

A Marvel of Slickness Jim' 'Bisgart' ,....::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 7 22 32 33 I 13 17 174: i

Richard Phallnes ................................ 30-0 0 1/3 4 2 4 3 2." ;
FOR ANGELS' BOB LEE 3 nny Eggart ...... ...... .... .. .. la 5-3 44 V3 41 If U 21 3.65
As the. camera droned on, automatically stopping and restarting Jim Elliott ".. .....::... .:.. ,:..:.::.: J 0-fl 42/3 7 4 4 J I.W j jI

to repeat certain portions of the play, one could only -.- I I

marvel at the slickness of the hand-offs and the 1960 Libertore I IA'

ability to jet rid of the ball after being hit and going down. It Was' Hard RoadBy .1i i

On one particular play shown, the linebacker and end con Long !

.verged on Libertore, the halfback rushed up to help out. ,

:j j Libertore tackled, shoved the ball out with his right hand I

i ,while_-falling over backwards. It seemed to be directed to no MURRAY CHASS starts and 21 innings with Los go at New York while' wet move a .man past first base.

one. Associated Press Sports Writer Angeles he has compiled a 1.29 grounds knocked: out Clevelandat After he walked Hunt, though, I

Out: of: tht: camera's angle .came' halfback Don Deal to earned
Bob Lee, who took an automobile run average. Minnesota.Lee V Washington scored on singles by

snare the ball in full, flight and race' upfield for a 25-yard ride to notoriety last season Lee's performance Wednesday making his second start, Don Lock and Ken Retzer off

gain to let up a touchdown. It took ,the safety man to force is flying high these days night highlighted an American gave up only a single to Dick reliever Bob Duliba. J I

Deal out of bounds. with the Los Angeles Angels. League, schedule riddled by Phillips with pne out in the fifth Joe Koppe tripled home two & --- L '- -V / (
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Lee, a rookie right-handed rain..Detroit nipped Kansas City inning. He was removed from runs for the Angels in a three- --- -

:The Pros No Better pitcher who jumped to the An- 5-4 in 10 innings, and Baltimore the game when he tired in the run second inning. Tom Satriano T f
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gels from Class D competition, downed' Boston 4in other eighth after walking Hunt. While I I and Bob Rodgers knocked in (

There was a quick-opening handoff to the short man in this I won his first major league game games. Rain washed out Chica-the was in, the Senators didn't runs in the third. ,
Instance, Bob Hoover. The pros couldn't work the play with a-
hurling
Wednesday night
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any more deftness. It was a now-you-see-it, nowyoudon'ttype
hitter for innings Los
seven as
of thing. Hoover shot through, cut back and ran for 30 Angeles ; tt t

yards.It whipped Washington California Making Move

wasn't all peaches and cream, though. There were per 51.Only last Saturday night Lee I
which Libertore small
executed patterns on
fectly pass
held Cleveland to four hits in 10
hands unable to grip the ball properly to be a good passer,

overshot or underthrew his receivers by wide margins.It innings in a game the Indians To ClassicBy
eventually won 2-1 in 11.Lee's Monopolize -I
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was warming to see the film again. In 1960 the Gators automobile \ -

had the "Mouse that roared." This observer still gets a tingle trip came _

when he harkens back to the Georgia Tech game of that had during for the Batavia tremendous- of the year New he ,KELSO STURGEON located near Madera, Calif. Two!I red 1%-mile Derby. Two other N"IIBIG

and recalls the touchdown pitchout play to halfback colts were considered possibilities. -
year Pope's Decidedly won
fork years ago
LOUISVILLE
Pennsylvania League. Ky. (AP-Cal-
Infante and the ensuing two-point conversion pass to *
Lindy
Then the property of the Pittsburgh ifornia, which in years'past has the Derby. Last year Candy
MacBeth.
fullback Jon
Those maneuvers heralded a new day ,in Gator football. Pirates, Lee was calledon seen many of its fine thoroughbreds Spots, 'from the I California 'stable Those slated for sure Northern to oppose -:'
Hill Rise
to pitch in an 'exhibition dust mudatthe are.
And even if there have been some dark Saturday afternoons eating -or of Rex Ellsworth, 'was the Brick
game; at Cleveland against the finish of the Derby Dancer, Quadrangle, Mr. ,
in 1961, 1962 and 1963, one can't nelp but believe' ,the spiritof Indians. Kentucky big favorite but finished third. the Scoundrel, Roman Brother,

Oct. 1, 1960, is bound to come back, strong again, in the is making a big move to '
He drove to the game struck Dandy K., Mr. Moonlight, Wil
Saturdays of tomorrow.at Florida Field.' monopolize the classic. for 3- Hill Rise, who won Tuesday'sDerby
many out 16 and rapped two doublesin yearolds.This Trial ina breeze, was 'Rad, Ishkoodah, Prince Davelle, MAN AT BAT, IN INFIELD

a 7-1 victory,. then drove backto year's shortpricedfavor. expected to top a list of 13 def Royal Shuck and'Extra Swell. Florida's Earl Montgomery

Batavia.He Ito,, Hill Rise, is from GeorgeA. inite starters named today to The owners of Clem Pac and
Nicklaus Palmer proceeded to finish the He's A Gem also were expected
PopeJr.'s. El Peco Ranch, run, in Saturday's $125,000-add-
season with 'a 20-2( record and a to put up the $250 it took to pass Two Ole MissPlayers

1.70. earned run average, the through the entry box today

best marks in the league. and then decide later' whether

Lead Strong Field Actually the rise from Bataviato WILLIE NEXT to start. I

the Angels was not as mete ShineBIRMINGHAM
The race will be televised
oric as it might seem. The 26-

,, LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP-Jack to 19, with as many different! year-old Iowa native spent so from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. EST, -

Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer winners. much time prepping for the majors .400 BATTER? over CBS. Post time for the Ala. (AP) burn, .327; and Jimmy Barfield,

led off as the big name golfers Such a series, according to he should have considered Derby is 4:30. Statistics don't always tell the'Auburn, .327.

; In the $65,000 Tournament of PGA historian Doc Giffin, is un- pushing for an old-age, pension Hill Rise with eight straight tale, 'but they indicated Wednes- In \

Champions today. But in the matchedin professional golf plan for the minor leagues.Lee I CHICAGO (AP) Can Willie .488 and they can't seem to get wins, will be out to add more day 'that Mississippi's Western pitching, Prine has struck
out 22 and
I risky business of this 'game, records. pitched in the minors for Mays become the National him out. prestige to West Coast racing Division Southeastern Confer- surrendered only nine

nothing is certain and no one is Twenty-nine players were set eight years, starting in 1956. His League's first .400 hitter in 34 But his own San Francisco and is expected to go off a ence baseball champions were I bases on balls in 33 1-3 innings

to tee off the record in that time wasn't even Giant Al Dark said while taking the SEC lead. He
cinch. today over 7,073- ? manager, much stronger favorite than
years helped along their 104( route by
I yard par 36-36-72 Desert Inn ;ood. Before Batavia,. he won 38 today odds are insurmountablefor Candy Spots. is followed by Jimmy Crysel of

Power bitting Nicklaus won Country Club course. Weather games; and lost 55. With the season only 11 games Mays to become the loop's Going Up Fast two key players: Auburn, 5-0, with 135. Next are:

: here a year ago and Palmer in forecasts called for sunny skies. But now, suddenly, after two old, Wondrous Willie is battingBoxes first .400 batter since Bill Ter- Swaps, Decidedly and Mor- -Glen Lusk, wh leads the Tim Thompson, Alabama (4-0))

1962. And three weeks ago Pal- Among the other notable .401 in 1930. I 2.21; Steve Calloway, Kentucky
contenders ry's. vich are the only California-! league in hitting with a thumping V
of lengthy I
mer broke out a were U.. S. Open,champion -! ,lt ',. -- The reason? 'breds in 90 years to win the historic .426 average.. (3-0) 1.98Don Griffin, Florida
Mastersfor
slump to winthe famed Julius Boros British Open : en n : (2-0) 1.33; Bill Ferrell, Tennessee -
gu race. But there is
an; unprecedented fourth champion Bob Charles from .. ,- "Willie is just .too" brilliant an indication that this every is 'Richard Prine, pitcher who ((2-0)) 2.96; Larry Higgin-

time. New Zealand and Gary Player all-around player, said Dark. average leads SEC hurlers with an botham, Mississippi (2-0) 4.02;
going fast
of South Africa. "When you play 162 games like up earned -run average of 1.08, to Nichols
co-favorites., George Auburn ((2-0) i
I The pair are BALTIMORE BOSTON Night Came The weather remained a big
Another abrhbl abrkbl DETROIT KANSAS CITY Mays doeS-fielding like he does compile a 5-1 record. J
solid challenger 2.78 Charles Anderson Florida
But in the 16 major tourna- was : ; ,
5radtcf SO2lSchiIIIng2b 5010 running like he does, and hustling factor in the first jewel of the
ments played this year, there Bill Casper Jr. He was a threat Aparlcio ss 5000 Bressoud ss 4010 ab r It bi abrkbi Three Ole Miss batters keptLosk (1-0)) 1.04; and Adrian Zabala,
Siebern Ib 4010 Ytrze'sM If 4110 like he does-it is humanly Triple Crown. Rain fell much of
Wert 3b 5. 0 Mathews
cf 3000Lumpe
winners. last year until forced out after company in the top 10 in Florida 2.50.Lincolli
.
have hem 16 different Po ell If 3OtOMaIzonelb 4010 2b S 1 2. aJinenez 1000 but did not have (1-0))
him hit .400. Wednesday
for to
the final three tour-, nine holes in the final round by Snyder H 0000 Stuart Ib 3021 Denver c-rf 522lT'rtabullcf 1000 impossible ser the hitting department, according -
Counting Orsino c 4010 Conlgllaro cf 4 0 0 0 Kaline rf S 1 2 1 Cavsey s 4010 "A .400 hitter has to concentrate ious affect on the track. The
of 1963 the string stretches a hand injury. He was also Robinson 3b 4 3 3 1 Tillman c 4021 BFUOnCf 0000 Charles 3b 3122 to statistics released by SEC:
neys Bowens rf 2100 Clinton rf 4120 Horton H on hitting. Willie concentrates long-range forecasts calls for a
3100 Colavito rf 4000 I
second to .Palmer Bernie Moore.I
here in 1962. Adair 2b 4011 Morehead p 20.0 Cash Ib 3012 Edwards c 4000Freehan Commissioner High
Estrada p 2000 Radatz p 0000 c 4031 Gentile Ib 3120 everything.. little more moisture before Derby 1
Stock p 0000bM.ntLlla. 1000aJohnson M'Aullffe 4 0 0 0 dWilliams 0000 Day. Mickey Andrews of Alabamawas

Pattern Still laddix Totals p 3S4t4 1000 1000,, Totals 3S2112 Aoulrre Sherry p 3000 1000, Green Bryan Reynolds Jb H 3111 4110 1000 hit"Furtheromre.250, he'd still, if be Willie the great-only I Racing fans began pouringinto second with .422, followed Has Several :

Called out en strikes for Stock in O-DonTiue p 2 0 0 0Sturdlv.nt Louisville today and officials -by Donnie Kessinger, Mississippi -
for est ball around.
into double
play
7th b-Grounded a player
; V 1 0 1 0
NATIONAL LEAGUE Radatz In tth.altimort V. bL.au p 1000 at Churchill Downs predict .419; Tommy Keyes Mississippi -

W.' L. Pci. G.B.. Man To Beat ...._.......... Ill 000 21 -4 Wyatt p 0000 Won't Discuss I a record crowd for the Der- .395; Butch East, Mississippi -' Qualifiers !
Philadelphia 1 2 .100 asst;!l, ......._.......... o.o ". 001-2 Talals 31 S10 S Total 37 4 0 3 Mays, who will be 33 on May
San Francisco I' 3 .72, W.41S Grounded, Into double played for by if the weather is good. Re State, .385; Fred Roberts,
IV 27-11, Boston Mathews in 6, refused to discuss the possibility -
Milwaukee 1 5 *I E-None. PO-A-Baltimore Tth; b-Flied out for Sturdivant -
St. Louis ; : J71 t.,1 PINEHURST, N.C. (AP-The 2715. OP-Robinson, Adair and Siebem in Ith c-Struck out for Reynolds of joining the legendary gardless of the weather at Mississippi, .364; Harrey Morel OCALA Lincoln High .'

Cincinnati Pittsburgh 4 J30 JOO 3Houston I North and South Amateur Golf 2.28 LOB-Robinson-Baltimore 2. 'Tillman 7. Boston Yastrzemskf.PraM 0. I1hd-RantorGenflle_. In 10th. circle of .400 hitters. least the traditional 100,000 are LSU, .364; Jack Ervin, Mississippi -School qualified many runners,

: : .400 4V4 I Tournament's quarter final.I ). 38-Clinton. HR-Robinson. SF- Detroit .. _.._. ..,,_ 001183..* I-I, expected to witness the rac State, .359; Otis Bibb, Au- field event men and relay teams
Los Angeles .400 4Vt Stuart. Kansas City ._.. .J..... ooo III 300 0-4 "I'm not saying anything, but
CtliU90 .-. 4 _1.364 4',) round comes up today and defending IP H R ERBSOEstrad. by fme performances yesterday
.161 3YETERDAYSREUTS ,.. 2 1 3Stock.W.20 not anyuung[ Mays commented -
U 2
2 S I
new York - McAullffe. PO-A Detroit JO-12 Kansas in the district
track test Webb
champion Billy Joe Pat- ..::: S at 1
1
215Haddix City 3017. DP-Wert. Lumpe. Cash. after his triple and two sin-
San Francbce.4 0 UQC.0Mlhvaukee ton has yet to play the 16th hole. ._.3 2' 0 ff 2 McAkiiffe. Sherry; CTDonoghue Causey. Major League Leaders Stadium. ,
2 in -
3 3 gles
I. Pittsburgh 0 xMoret.ad.L024 Gentile. LOB-Detroit *. -Kansas City *. five trips helped squelchthe
Los rV Houston 2 The 42-year-old Morganton Radatz 3 3 1 1 1. .4 .
Angeles 28-Gentile. Demeter. HR Katme Chicago Cubs 4-0 Wednes Eugene Milton of Howard
St. Louis 4. New York.3.JJ Innings -Faced 2 men In 7th. Demeter. .
Nd II. .t CIAe4 Il.'", .... N.C., lumber dealer hasn't extended WP-Estrada I, AAcKlntey. Sear. Sa- Charles IP "It ER liB so _'_ the Terriers' Ralph
TODAY'S GAMES V "Patton's lerno. Valentine. T- :3S. A im.. .., .... day."Let ;
Platoon the : Aguirre .4 J 4 4 2 2
San FrancIsco t$. ttord, ) at Chicago. I SITY.W.2-0..4 1" 0 4 3 other people talk," said ington inthe 100-yard top,1,1,1ped

I UsJ2 !es"'lRlchert .!>, at Hous1ol'lFarrelt modest -gallery that has been WASHINGTON Night Game LOS ANGELES, O'Donoghue _,_...2. 5 2-3300 1-3 a .4 4 3 00 1Sturdivant Mays. "Me, I just play baseball however, turning in a "

( Ht. flight Cincinnati f9rced to eat an early breakfastto akrhbi abrftbiZbnmer Wy.ttL.01 ..... 2 I I 1 5 1 and take my hits when I can get 99. Milton has done :9.4
PhItadaIplIa(5enett' 1-U at follow its hero in the 3b 4000 Pearson cf 3010 WP-5IIerry. Corrigan.. Haller Hur.
daily and .
4110 year Brockington:
(Nuxhail 1-n.nigM BIas'ama2b4 0 0 0 Moran 3D ?. them. "
T-2.JS A .4.41 ,
Pittsburgh' tVeate V,. at Milwaukee! leadoff ,match over the 7,000- Valentine If 4 0 0 0 Thomas rf '4000 ley Flaherty. track was heavy from
\ (Fischer Ml -- King rf 1000 RodgerS c 4111 Mays never got oil to a betterstar. Tai Tuesday'sdownpour.
Only flames scheduled yard No. ,2 course of the Pine- Hunt cf 0100 Satriano Ib 3131 .
TOMORROWS..GAMES. Phillips Ib 3010 Klrkpatr'k If 4 1 20 even when he won the _
Chicago at Houston.-N hurst Country Club. Lock c-rf 30 I Koppe ss 2122 Cricket league title with .345 in 1954 or Wayne Patrick of Lincoln won
New York at Cincinnati. N Bromley c 3000Knoo2D 3011
Billy Joe has been
his
Philadelphia"t' I1wIUkH. N getting Brlnkman ss2000RLeep. 3000 hit .347 in 1958 when he yieldedthe theshot put with a 46 feet 8V
Pittsburgh .t SL:LbUlS. N followers back' to the clubhouse bRetzer 10 I Oullba p 0040cKermedy toss
San Francisco at Los Angeles, NAMERICAN ss.0 0 0 0 Chance pl' crown to Richie Ashburn on Johnny Bernard took I.I.Inch
On
I LEAGUE in:time for late breakfast or an Bovkfui 1000 Goes the last day of 'the season. Etf Breuevd Robert* CJemeJrte 'os. a.m.a. the pole vault, the Lincoln sprint
,W,. L. Pet. C.B. Koplttz 0000aHmton
Cleveland '.- 53323- early lunch., 1000RWzik Dark elaborated) on the Prob- NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE medley relay team of Biock-
Minnesota _::_ 73.513- In winning four,matches the p 0000dSkowron The third in series of cricket ington, James
Detroit 7js553 1000 a lems Mays faces which the GIant BATTING 25 .t bets Romano, C..,.- Washing ton
Chicago -ZHHT: J 4 ...ss4Baltimorl Vt last: three by 4 and 3 scores, he Stenhouse p 0 0 0 0 matches between University of old time BATTING 25 at bats Philadelphia- Mays,San.442.Pta land. Mli. FregosL Los Angetes..404. Charles Lyons and Andrew Wil
pilot claims the cbce. .4SI; Alien
4 S .S4S W Totals 201 3 1 Total 315115 RUNS Fregosi Los Angeles, 13; OO-
New York 44.500 1 has traveled only 58.holes. I Grounded ovt for Koplltz In ,th; Florida teams representing the hitting stars did not encounter. RUNS Mays. San.Francisco II; Allen. ... Minnesota 11. liams won in 2:06.2 Brocking-
Los Angeles I J.A62 1 y 4 ,Frank Stafaci b Singled for Brinkman In Sth c-Ran hiL II.' IN _
whose 1938-39 Commonwealth and India 'Will Ptliiadel RUNS BATTED stuart BoI ton tied for second in the broad
Washington 4 1.42t 2 tor Retzer In ttn; d-Fhed out for Rldz "The gloves may be bigger 13; Wagner and Romano. Cleveland, id
Boston 5 73112 victories were the last back-to-' in am. _ be at 2 RUNS BATTED IN Mays. San Fran jump the 880
played! pjn. Saturdayat and the bats but HITS Minnesota. 20; Bressoud. relay team of
Kansas City 3 4 .411 2 lighter today cisco. 20; Howard Los Angeles. 12. OUva
;; ._.. ........ = .
back successes until Patton wa-iIIttH -: 000 OCO 1 Field. Oemente Pittsburgh and Boston.. and Fro osL Los Angele I*. Howard
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Fleming HITS Bailey
Roger Henderson
Baltimore Las ABfeies ............... 033 OOP ot-S unquestionably the pitchers are 21. DOUBLES RobUuon. Baltimore 5; -
4. Boston 2 Mays. San Francisco.
Detrstt S, Kansas City 4. 10 Innings turned the feat in 1962-63, went E-R. fee. -A-W.shlnQ1oA-2 Los better and the all-around competition ., Pittsburgh 4. Brandt Baltimore; Bressoud osojanaanOdcago. ; Ronald Thomas and Pat
Los Angetea S. Washington I against Joe 27-11. DP-Knoop. Koope and Tne Commonwealth team DOUBLESStarpalt. and Rentes. Minnesota.TRIPLES rick
Billy today with a Angeles .. was third Kenneth Gallo
Chicago at New York, rain Satriano; Koppe Knoop and SatriaoBrlnkman > notched an 89-49 win in two in- stiffer said Dark. Mare Milwaukee.. and ClemenJe, Pltt
Cleveland at Minnesota, rataTODAY'S record of 70 holes played. I Blasingame and PMfllps. LOBWu11nqtOa "The hitter faces a bvf9t\. So HMoiw Washington 4; Ofl- way was third in the 440, Howard "
GAMES 2, Los Angeles 7. nings last Sunday to take the 1 today TRIPLES '- Sanlo. ChJcaoo. 3* Fo* va.Minnesota.1 ].1
The Miami, Fla., veteran celebrated Los Awgeies HOME RUNS -' ...-. Washington, Brown second in the
Chicago (Peters 1-1) at New York 354IrkVPat11ck. 38 Koppe. SBBouldin. 'rival staff of, many as eight and Crete Houston; TrecewskL 880
lead in the series. The firstgame 33 Romano. Cleveland,
(DownhtS4) V S and Allen. Philadelphia.2- 4; Wagner and Allen
Detroit (Loilcti 2-0) at Kansas City (Pena his48th birthday Morw Rodgers. R It.. so ended in a'draw.L. good pitchers. It used to be a, HOME RUNS.- Mays..San ,Francisco ., Minnesota and ZJmmer. Washington Hunter Brown second in the
1-2) Wednesday with a 21-hole morning U>2 ..21-34 4 4 IKeplitr 1 II III club had three four starters I 7; Howard Los Angeles .. XSTOLEN mile and David Woodward third :
BASES Aparlcio.
Cleveland (Kralkk 2-1) at Minnesota ,.... 22.31 1 1 3 1 or STOLEN BASES wills. Los Angeles. Baft
(Pascual 1 1-1) third-round victory over Alfred Ridzik- : 2 Collins led Commonwealth and the relief pitchers were li W. Davis Los Angeles. X more 7; Wagner. Cleveland. X in the mile.Howard .
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Only games TOMORROWS scheduled.$ GAMES Sams, a Macon, Ga., south- Stenhouse sR.Lae.-W.S1.,7.v.... 1 1 1 .1 I 1 a 2 S 1 1DuUba I with 27 runs and J. King scored I.after-thoughts coming in whena VB.PITCHING 1JOO; Farrelt.- Martehal.Houston San Fischer Francisco Milwaukee mabe PITCHING Boston;-Bvzhardt Stock Baltimore Chicago; Kre-la. of Ocala, Central Academy

Minnesota at Kansas City. N then'went the .. S I Sunning and Kfippsteta Phfta.ts.Frtc01tsbutgh. lick Cleveland Lodcft and Sherry,, Detroit cf Palatka and
to 18th 2-32 5 S St.
paw, to : ; 19 and a Stratton 13. A. Augustine
Siraj
Los Angeles at chicago N 0\aftCe ...rri 1-3 I : 02 ) game was blown. and Gibson.St. ; kilt and Pleis Minnesota, and ,
Cleveland at Baltimore N oust Walker Cup player Bob K-Faced 1 man hi tth. tallied 17 for India and V. "Now you face a bear-down, Danl s. Washington Pena 21.COQ.K. D & B took part in the
Washington at New York N Di ,. Krisb-j STRIKEOUTS Marchal. San FranCisco STRIKEOUTS uu CIty.
Only games scheduled Gardner of Essex Fells, N.J. Orummond.. T-2tt. A- ."Mura" .par.Umont. can 10. good pitcher every inning." and Gibson St. Louis, 24. 21| KrtUck Cleveland if. I meet along with



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18 Gainesville Sun Thursday, April 30,' 1964


! Tony Curves Willie Raps I STARKE, LAKE CITY I



Two in Class
w ... Only A MeetOnly i

By rot BECKER ord on the year at 1-L The loss I flirted with another one againstthe night. Another rookie, Nick Wffl-

I Associated Press Sports Writer was to Houston's Ken Johnson,I Dodgers-and it looked fora hite, pitched'the victory, a five- ; : t.4p two Class A schools will Macclenny, Yulee and St. Augustine and Saturday, May 8-9, this t
}
who later went on to pitch his I while as if he might duplicate hitter. He :7as the latest Dodgerto St. Joseph's.The .
meet at
Tony Ooninger said he had no-hitter-and lose. I Johnson's losing effort. Al- step in and take up the slack compete in.the. group year. The Class B meet is set i

t'een throwing curve balls all though he had not allowed a hit, left by injuries to Sandy Koufax the University of Florida track off at state the UF meet will be run on May 8, and Class AA and A ,
track
night to Willie Stargell so Wil- "I'd rather pitch a one-hitter Nottebart trailed 1-0 with, two and Johnny Padres. Saturday. on Friday on May 9. I

lie probably wouldn't be looking .and win," said Cloninger.In out in the seventh. The Dodgers, who lifted their David Hurse Starke coach i

I for another one. other National League action Then rookie John Werhas season mark to 6-9, now have a 1

Stargell said doninger had the Los Angeles Dodgerswon broke It up with a single. Wer allowed only three runs in their and meet director, said Lake ; i'

Seen throwing him curve balls their fourth,straight game, has batted in three runs on the' last four games.SAN u City and Starke will be the only Corn rowers .

all night-so he was looking for 7-2 over Houston the San Francisco : Class'A schools competing. .; ;.

another one. Giants dumped the Chico- i Perry and Live Oak, also In

Willie was right. Tony curved go Cubs 4-0 and the St. Louis .; stlfi the district, are not entering.The Ce? :
Higher
him, Willie rapped a single to Cardinals edged the New York a' A meet win be run along VIItfrl :
Mets 4-3 in 11 The Phil-
right with two out In the seventh innings. .2 with Class B with A events pre-
inning and ruined Cloninger'sbid adelphia at Cincinnati game LOS HOUSTON FRANCISCO CHICAGO, WES STOCK
ANGELES
for a no-l tter. was rained out. II W abrhbt J.Alou rf abrhbi 5130 Stewart 2b ibrhbJ 300 Relieves Again ceding the B schools. with Du Pont45NITRQGEHIEJICHR I
3120 Brock rf 5030
Wills 4100 Kask ss 4010 Kuenn Ib
But Cloninger, a 23-year-old Victim of Cloninger's onehitter Moon ss If 5 2 2 0 Fox 2b 4010W. Mays d 5132 Williams If 4000McCovey r" --- Starts At 1:30 1J
right-bander who got a $100,000 was Bob Veale, who threwa Davis cf 5 1 21 Wynn If 4010 If S0 0 1 Santo 3b 3020 Ea
Howard rf 3101 Aspro'nte 3b 4 0 0 0 Hart 3b 2111 Banks Ib 4010 will under
bonus from the Milwaukee six-hitter for the Pirates. Fairly lb 2100 White rf 3110 Dav'port 2ta 3 0 0 0 Raiser s* 40 1 0 Competition get
Roseboro c 4000 Beauctfp cf 4000 Pagan ss 4000 Bertell C 3010 at 1:30 Saturday at Nu GREENe :1
Braves and was expected Jo Felipe AIoo'singled the only Werhas 3b 4023 Staub Ib 3000 Crandall c 2000 bRanew 1010 way p.m. :
start paying dividends this Milwaukee in the Tracfski 2b 31 1 1 Bateman c 31 1 2 Marlchal l p 3 0 0 0 Burton cf 3000 the Gator track.
run across
year Wlimttt P 3 0 0 0 Nottebart p 2" 0 0 Shaw p 0010 Ellsworth p 2000 1E ....
went on to pitch a onehitterand third. Owens p 0000 Schurr p 0000 i
aUllls 1 010 aLandrum 1000 Class B entries will include
a 1-0 victory over the Pitts- Flirted Again Hoerner Raymond p p 0000 0000 Gregory Elston p p 0000 000 {! Santa Fe, Bell, Bronson, Chief- r44b 1 ] ,

burgh Pirates. Don Nottebazi of Houston, Totals 1377 < Totals M 2 S 2 Totals 31 4 f 4 Totals 34111 land, Crystal River, Williston,
That evened Cloninger's rec who had a no-hitter last year Grounded out for Owens In 7th. a-Struck cut for In Schurr 9th. In 7th b- 4' KVV-0 ) Dunnellon, Inverness, Melrose

.............. 001 000 231-7 Singled for Bertell tt.
LM Angeles 45% NITROGEN
North Marion Lake Weir andP.
Houston ................. too coo 200-2 San Francos 200 001 100-4 ,
Chicago 000 000 000-0 NuSr iso-U a bllhlJlClftCll'ltrltllIU'eI' ofupptemnW
K. Yonge.In
,R<.. 4?> E-Beauchamp. PO-A-Los Angeles 27-4. nBregtn.This mum thtr b test
Houston 27-8. LOB-Los Angeles 4, Houston E-Banks. PO-A-San Francisco. 27-11 te"*! f D ***store art tfnti.IIIIIrWtmoWId
iIi: ; scems 5. Chicago Banks; Stewart 2717. DP-Rodgers.Rodgers and Banks Stewart: Davenport and Class A, first three finishers 1IIxIr.LEACH.RESISTANT.
S8-Wynn.
HR-Bateman.
S-WlUhite.3B-Moon. Kuenn Pagan and Kuenn. LOB- in each event qualify. In

tpptedrinK! Willhite.W. 1-1 SFHowrd.H... 5 R 2 ?2 ?2Nottebart SO 4 San 2b-Koenn Francisco J."/Alou.Chicago 3b-Mays.11. HR-. the Class B meet, first three
; L. Oil ...43323237Ofens Hart. SB-Hart. SOPvHPOR'nn SO L_.. f finishers also will qualify. Tfc e titretm-HuGrmr*Is thud to the.4yerticLs \
.......... 1-3 0 0 1 BOB VEALE UwmfcaRy.misting tacHnc braes }
...... 3 1 0 xMarlchal W3-O.B 0034 Thus
.0 2 3 mc.altrogebavaiabsbteedplustl
to' ,+sw1$ yesi'l/db4x% ;y xHoemer Raymond .... .. 2 3 1 1 1 2 Shaw. .i-2..414. 1 7 0 4 0 4 0 4 1 5 0Ellsworth'L Big Homer Other area schools will compete 1tle1 need k roost

x Woerner faced Williams.3 men Smith In,8th.Pelakou- Schurr ......... 2-3 1 0 0 0 e in meets at different loca
u-Gorman. I Elston ......... 12-31 0 0 2 !2
nTIn e das. T-2:25. A10,550.pmsauRGH Gregory ........ 1-3 0 0 0 0 0I tions. Cross City is entered EASYTOAPPLYWuGrewr
MILWAUKEE I xfaJ 2 men. In 9th. FSU along with Branford, Jasper, CORMS ki*fr e-8o lnt shot farm a
ab r h bl ab r n bi T-2:45. A2,747.UDonatelli Signs *"*nay U ea1ly spread thromh tf types ofeqv'pIIWIt. as
OLD Schofield ss 3 0 0 0 Alou cf 2011 Landes, Steiner, Barllck. Jennings Lee, Madison, Mayo I ...R can be broadcast prior to pbfltr -
ffiCXOKT Virdon cf 400 Mathews 3b 3000 Monticello and Rickards and .. tpfttd lit ckttrasMf ttox, "
1 Clemente rf 3 0 0 0 Aaron rf 4020 NEW YORKLOUIS. Bob Stevens 1
Stargell If 3010 Torre c 4000 abrhbi abrhbi Florida High of Tallahassee.The .
Clend'non Ib 3 0 0 0 Oliver Ib 3000R. ,
10Nwr Bailey 3b 3 0 0 OGabr'lson Ib 0 0 0 0Mazer's Elliot cf 3110 Flood cf S 0 21 meet is scheduled at Bran- .
HICKOR *! 2b 3 0 0 0 Maye If 4000 ea r'rpher 1000 Groat ss 5120 Three Others ford.
Pagliaronl c 3 0 0 0 Bolling 2b 3020 Bearnarth p 0 0 0 0 Lewis rf 3000
Veale 2000 Menke ss 2110 Hunt 2b 2100 bWerwick rt IJ 0 0
Lunch p 1000 Cloninger p 2000 Harkness Ib 41 1 3 White Ib 4131 Other Teams The Kilgore Seed CompanyDivision
Totals 27141 fD.Smith Ib 1 00. Boyer 3b 5121
Totals 21 0 1 0 TALLAHASSEE
for Veal. In tth. B. Taylor c 5 01 0 McCarver c.4 0 0 0 Florida of Aserow Seed Company
America Most Bourbon a-Popped up
Magnificent Thomas If 5000 Clemens If 4000 State University has Keystone Heights will com-
............. 000 000 000-0 If 0000 signed
., Milwaukee Pittsburgh ............. 001 000 OOx-1 Altman Kanehl 3b rf 4010 4000 Gagliano Shannon 2b 2020C. four outstanding high school pete with Baldwin, Bunnell, Cal- Alacliua, 441 South Phono 46-U4I ;

i4i E-None.275.PO-A DP-Mazeroskl-Pittsburgh 24-14.Schofieldand MIlwaukee Fisher. Smith p ss 300 4 0 0 0 OGlbson aJavler P 2b 2000 1100 basketball players to grantin- lahan, Crescent City, Hilliard 1 i iII

: Clendenon. LOB-Pittsburgh 2, Milwaukee Jackson p 0000 Sadecki p 0000 aid scholarships, Coach Bud
0 0 0 0
Wakefield p 0 0 0 0 R. Taylor p
L2BAaron,Menke. S-Cloninger.IP dHickman; cf 1 0 0 0 cJames 1000 Kennedy announced today. r
H R ER BB SO Shantz p 0000 j

H Vale lonlnger L,,1-2 W..M..... ,S 4 1 0 1 0 1 5 1 5 I Totals J7343 sUong Totals 37 0001 4114aRan The four, first to be signedby JllIlElOI

IQ ruu Cll'1IWGNI IQW IBIfD.M n&.ad JBCSCBT cnuiu co.nt4 204.U-Burkart A-4,337., Sudol, Pryor, secory. T- ed out for for Lewis Gagliano In 7th In;7th c-b-Ground-Struck out the SemInoles for the coming ,
L for R. Taylor In tthi d-Filed out for year, are: Rick Childress,

Wakefield Elliot in 10th In;10th Struck; Grounded out for HarknessIn out for 6-4 forward from Birmingham, ii1r jft kk IS PART OF THE SCENE WITH j
nth; 9-Walked for Shantz In 11th. Ala. Don 6-7
Biggs
............ ; center
York 300 coo 000 003St.
New. Lfuls :...............100 Ml 100 01-4 from Macon, Ga.; Bob Stevens PEOPLE WHO HAVE A TASTE 1

: : TOOIGood'To: !Recapl Gagliano. PO-A-New York 31-14 6-5 forward from Palatka; FOR GOOD LIVING IN ,
Louis(one out 3311.when DP-B.winning Taylor run scored and )Hunt. St.; and Butch Stilson, 6-0 guard

White and Groat. LOB-Nw York: 5, St. from Smethport, Pa.
TooiGood'TotPasstUpINot Louis 10. FLORIDA
; 2B-Attman. Groat. HR-H.rltnesi. I Childress prepped at Ensley
White. SB-Boyer. S--Glbson. Si'io High School in
IP H R Birmingham and
Fisher .......... <2-3 9332 was named to a high school
Jackson ........ 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 .
Wakefield .......2 a a 0 0 2 All-American team selected by .
Bearnarth, U 0-3 11-3 2 1 1 4 0 .,..
xGlbson .........7 33345 Coach & Athlete, a magazine. :" '
Sadecki ......... 2-300000 Biggs is a 1963 of L1Q11Il
R. Taylor .... 11-31 0 0 0 1 graduate 'I

H I PF //\FI\ ) Shantz x--Pitched Forman W 1.2.to JackowskU..one.. 2 batter a Crawford In 0 8th.U 0 .,0 Var-2 Lanier tended The High Citadel of Macon.for one He sem at. /7 ,. -

':t
go. T-3:12. A3,844.U. ester.

Stevens was an all state .. J

S. choic ethis season at Palatka

CagersThreatened High School, while Stilson

was a Pennsylvania all state

L it ? choice game.and averaged 27 pointsa ii war rancn jrtusr wmm mm vow iii MITUI If laMmi.KUKnuKCt: ..QIIYQI JAl.I1. I


MOSCOW (AP) Is U.S. I

Olympic basketball supremacy Dixie Vim's-TIRE CITY I i
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< tWe MH MAS IAN WRITTEN ABOUT BIRMINGHAM, Ala -. The- )Leaders in the 17 SEC events Ruto Seruice enter
IMPORTANCE
OF
I : On TwoHitterHoward's R? HEAP -nu..T FEEJ.THAT KUPlN&THIS 16 THE THSAW University of 'Florida's sprint 'through April 25:

Most CRI11CAL. FtlN1"OJ:111 6Ol.FM three-some of George Leach, 100-Leach (Florida), :9.6 On Step Shoppy For AT Tour Cot Nnds
-rHE HEAD SNWLD t>E RECARDrD AS ; At DncouiiilvwOPEN IricatlE1VIU
John and Pete
1".11: ilI6C UM OF TAE 6WNft: ,OR 7N1: Anderson Rowe 220 Leach (Florida), :21.2;
TV scored a 6-0 win Medical Students crushed I !/UBAROVND WElCN'M OfJY NfNSs put the Gators back on top of 440 Pete Rowe (Florida), I I WNIU
I over.Sunland SWAYING OR MOVING OP IWp HEAP the SEC track ratings. you
Training Center :47.5 880 Leland
on Smith Sinclair ; Albright r
14-0 and Fulps wiLL CAUSE AN INCON5ISn/ NCY IN tNt a1 SNOT.
a two-hitter last night in Business Radiator won from GainesvilleGas SWING.A CONSCIOUS EFFORt( MUST 65 Against Auburn last Saturdaythe (LSU), 1:52.7; Mile Run Cop- ancu't
League play at Park. IMP TO PREVENT THE BEAD/ FROM pley Vickers ,
City Co., 6-2. -- CQM1N&UP UNTIL! trio finished 1-2-3 in the 220- (Tennessee ),.
WBA
AFTER IMPAC'(
In: other Division II games, WN TAEwYYw'ILLPilrLltL'PNAT. yard dash, .in times of :21.2, 4:18.3; Two-Mile Run Vickers

In Division encounters, Public URAU.Y. A PREMAtURE UPT1N&OP 1W2 :21.2, and :21.4, to record the (Tennessee), 9:09.4; High 9 A.M.-9

nipped Road Prison, 3-2; HEAP: &.16 TO THE CORRECT&RFATEST A TENPENCV CAUSE OF TO/T&P 7fFFYN fastest three times in that event Hurdles Billy Hardin (LSU),' P.M., SUN. NOON-7 P.M.

Starke TopsOrange Post Office slaughtered CWA, 1lJ.E BALI,FEEL THAT THg HEAP/5 I FIXED this year. This sweep added 12 .:13.9; 330 Hurdles Pat Pom-
1&-4; and Utility Departmentwon AND NPEPZNPENTOF TW 5O SHOUIDB5 points to their team totals bas phrey (Tennessee), :38.4; Pole GAINESVILLE-ACRES OF FREE PARKINGU.S. '

from Hav-A-Tampa, 71. = AND SOW li1'rrf AS>YOU BoDYSwING WlN'"AROUND 9HE U tr.rowr Al'wAr ed on 5-4-3-2-1 points for first Vault Tom Christopher (Au

Park Williams and Blanton com through fifth places in the 17 burn), 14-2; High Jump Earl 441 N. at 23rd Bird. Ph. 3768292TUBELESS

bined for the two-hitter for track events to give Florida Roberts (Tech), 6-5%; Broad

Howard's. D. Lee and D. Av- ..ePry- 51 7-10 points. Jump Tom :Mitchell (Auburn

In TourneySTARKE ery led the victors' 16-hit attack Last week's leader, Tennessee 24-iy4; Triple Jump Mitchell

with three safeties each. gained one-half a point but (Auburn), 46-4%; Shot Put -

The Bradford Co. Four-Hitter = had to settle for second place Justin Canale (State), 57-2%;
Tornadoes made three-r ti > = behind Discus -Ron Hereon d e z :j
a u n Onstad tossed the foUr hit Florida. LSU,_second a.
first inning hold up for' a 3-2 shutout for Med Students. 0'- __- ; week ago, is now third with (LSU), 169-11; Javelin Pete I
46% Skafte (Florida), 216-1%; 440Yad
group tourney win over Or- Leary, ,Hayes, Columbaro, Bry VN17t.TN points.
Relay Florida
:41.5
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E 8CJPY. Complete SEC scoring in or-
ange Park yesterday.The ant and Puppelo had two hits pvusHEAD 7h' der Florida and One-MILE Relay LSU, i
apiece. = UP : 1. (51 7-10)), 2. Ten- I
Tornadoes advanced to i HA Y nessee (49%); 3. LSU ((46%); 3:11.5.

a semI-fu>al game at 3:30: pjn. Four runs in the fourth won 4. Auburn (35); 5. Alabama (18 the Meets SEC scheduled this week in NYLONS
for 7-10) 6. Miss. State are LSU at Southern
Fulps. Dickins and Wester ; ((14 7-10));
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today against St. Augustine. The had two hits to lead the attack. 4 7. Georgia Tech ((12)); 8. Ken USTFF at Baton Rouge La.;

contest will be played at Aza Tightest game of the night tucky ((11%); 9. Georgia ((7 7-10)) Alabama at Tennessee; 'Floridain

lea Bowl, in Palatka. was Publiz' victory over Road Itsa 10. Vanderbilt (4 1-5); 11. Tu- the Florida AAU at Talla

The Prison. The winners got all lane ((3%); 12. Mississippi ((0)). hassee, Vanderbilt at Eastern
.other at
game, 7:30'to .-- Kentucky Tulane at Southern
nrlu.se w .a ; I
Leach Anderson and
three runs in the first an Rowe
on
will match _
night, Palatka a .4- USTFF, and Auburn at Georgia
account for half the /
3 victor over previously- 'unbeaten error; hit, fielders choice and a over points Tech. I
Fernandina Beach triple by Hall. accumulated by. Florida. In I
the 15 individual events Rowe Paid Advertising
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Green Post Office scored hi every
Cove
against Springs 9- I
7 winner over Jacksonville Bol- inning but one in its handy Gold Coast Restaurant accounts for 11% points; Leach, "I
10 points and Anderson eight
les. triumph while a four run I
.. fourth 'frame made the differ- points, for a total of 29% points.All s

Starke got four-hit pitching ence for Utility ,Department. i Sets Neiv League Mark three figure in Florida's 440 i I

from Emmett Akridge who fan Games Tonight Relay team which also leads ,

ned five and walked three. Los- City, League games are on the the weekly statistics. I
Gold Coast Restaurant set a paced Night Owl League at
Ing hurler Weaver of ,the Red tap tonight along with a pair of I
Raiders also permitted only contests in the_ Business loop.At new league record for the year Palm Lanes with a 621 on 171- 1 1u

four hits, fanning'five and walk 7 pjn.'bn Field No.1, and perhaps an all-time city 216234. Whitey Seifert# of Manor -

ing. thfee.-But.Starke got three Guy Cleveland.Construction Co. high last night with a sparkling .I1Wt/a.g/ ''ffe l a "bl !
Motel had a 582 and Chuck .
of }ts..:.hits in. the first inning. takes on Gainesville' Wings 3221 series and an 1103 single -. -' ".,_

while at 9, unbeaten Budweiser in the University Morris, Park Lane Cafeteria, : : ,'. .' : :' ." ., "
high
Paatka, defending Class A game ; '
state- is the :favorite meets Schlitz. On Field No.2, Women's League at Palm rolled 581. Evans' 234 was top .' "N-i 1(161'1' -' :
champion, City : ,
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group Lanes last night. game. ; .. -
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Mangham. lt D 3 1 2 Falcon u 311 Division II .
'
Moseley Reams IS r 300 3 01 Cole.Reddish If cf 300 210 season were a 3158 series by [1019-3131 in a fine performance. -
Howard's TV 030 200 1-6 16 iv $ tY1n .tjafl
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arthlow, Ib J 0 0 McLeod. 3b 311 and ILS.
Federal 1098 single -
First a Alachua General
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Noon c 200 Elder c 301 Sunland TC 000 000 0-0 2 Hospital '. ., .
leaver p 301 Hamilton 2b 301rVhltner Williams Blanton and Avery game by Budweiser.Gold toppled 976-050-1oo7-3033. \ '> *V rMTlAMfnlMM .
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rf 300 Akridge p 300 \ rfc. 37C2442L frl.'fjWi.jI.iJurtl J x6.40x15
Eckert, cf 300 Waters, rf 100 Kent, Roberts and Collins. for The 1088 topped all games. Ml 1W. IJtVSt, ,
Webb. 3& 110 Crosby. 1b 200 Coast ripped games I
-Lancaster 1 0 0 b-Williams 100 Smith Sinclair 000 oo4
1b 000 !of 1057-1103-1061 in fashioning its
Totals ...... 34 I 4 Totals ....... 21 14 Med Students 432 Sx-1413 I
A-Filed out for Webb In 7th B Evans and Trippense; Onstad brilliant score. Gwen Dulaneyled
Struck out for Crosby In
Orange Park ......:.... 101000 0 2Itarke and McCauley. she
.................. 3 OOOOOx--3 G'ville Gas 000 200 0-2 5 621 series on 183-224-214 as
added to her long list of 600 sets .
Fulps 000 420 x-6 10 71 ,
J. Durden, Scott and Davis; in her career. I

Fifth< 1: PlaceMoney Shake, Blackwelder and Wester. Also helping Gold Coast

were strong sets by Non i e

otuhtcerttive Division I Crom, 554; and Barbara Winters t,
Road Prison 001 010 0-240 555. 630x15
An Publix 300 000 x-3 5 3 7.50x14
Other Scores 6.00 x 13
Goodies, and Edwards; Dykes
and 6.50X13 1
NEW YORK (AP-The have- Curry. Other fine scores included a
100 410 1-7 11 4
nots of baseball have a newI' Utility Dept. 569 by Alice Resch, Brown'sTexaco
HavA Tamps 001 000 0-1 20 '
goal-fifth-place money. Service; 55 by Liz
I Box and. Melton; Shore and Elleman, First Federal; and 1
Ii first-division clubs always
The
i Floyd. Coca-Cola.
528 by Bette Sprow
have shared in the World Post Office 304 15619 13 5
I' Barbara Holmes and Mae Hill All prfcM pto* 04MeI tax
Series loot. When the major CWA 301 000 4 54 t
made the 5-7 splits.
leagues expanded to 10 clubs, Hall and Hartwell; Dale, Jeff-

they_ didn't change the'' groundruies. coat and Harris. John Evans of Manor Motel c MO CAttAlii UCHANGl

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, Fresh'LWater Fishing Sfiows Slight Gain il ilt IIM




4 M t "I love any discourse of tended period all Maine wat- except in the Third Conservation WHERE IS FLORIDA? GOOD READING \

'"I _rivers and fish and fishing." .rs should ,be clear of ice District where the sea- Arkansas again ranks sixthin Fish and Fishing, a Better

1, (Compleat Angler, Izaak Walton by mid-May. ." son will open November 21. t he sale of non-resident Homes & Gardens book by ..

) .Well, so much for Maine's a The opening date-applying fishing licenses. A total of Maynard Reese. 1963, 8 x- / 0a

GENERAL fishing (ice) problems, let's S to deer, turkey, quail, squir- 150,657 were sold in the state llVi, 216 pages. $7.95. Mere-

shows look at Florida fishing.AREA rel and bear, was set at a for- last year. dith Press, Des Moines, Io- S
Fresh water fishing
mal meeting of the Game and wa.
., a slight gain; whereas. saltwater FISHIN Fresh Water Fish C o mmis- Recent figures from the

,1 fishing shows a slight sion at Tallahassee April 24, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Serv- This is a very readable collection -

J decline. Fresh water fish- according to A. D. Aldrich, ice show that only Wisconsin, of information to inter-
ing of all kinds showed gains CROSS CREEK Y 2 o i .a T.StOkCS ''x A3 director. Minnesota, Michigan, Ore- est anyone who likes to fish I s

on yesterday. This followedthe Cross Creek Fish Camp 121..,Af c o K a gon and Tennessee, in that and particularly those who en- t
windy, rainy, and most- Speck fishing good; bass Hunting will be allowed ev- order, sold more non-resident joy fishing as a family sport.
ly fishless, first days of the' fishing good; and bream (including ery day in the First, Third, fishing permits in 1963. Beautifully illustrated with I1,1IS
shellcrackers and Fourth Conservation Districts
week. Salt water fishing slow- ) fishinggood. color and black
ed down somewhat. King Specks' are still biting. -'" and in the Second Dis- Tennessee, the only south- and and white photos -
sketches
mackerel fishing, which is Bass up to 9t pounds have taken in open water. Ray cellent. Best baits are red trict except in Dixie, G i l- ern state to top Arkansas, with color

of short duration corresponding come in during the past week. Hendricks and Leonard Mas- and black plastic w 0 r m s. christ and Levy Counties. In sold 171,020. This includes a paintings of freshly caught

with the King "runs", The 9% pounder was taken in ters took 9 bass. Hendrickstook Best place has been on Horse- the Fifth Conservation District special trout stamp, which specimens done onthespot. Nehi Flavors 6/29c

showed a sharp decline. the middle of Orange Lake. a 10-pound bass, which shoe. Bass up to 12% poundswere every day hunting will Arkansas does not have. Or- cowers R. C. COLA DIET RITE COLA

Speckled trout, Spanish mack- The Rebel is doing good on was 29 inches long (world caught during the last be allowed in that portion of egon jumped approximately Reg. 6 for 55eDUKE'S
bass. Nell relates that she the district located south of American fresh water fish,
erel and fishing con- record bass was 32 inches), on week.WATER'S 165,000 licenses from 1962
grouper found several shell- Dalton. POND State Road 50, and west of of telling how to identify them, Rei. 39c
tinues good to excellent. a Baby to 1963, a result perhaps
cracker beds in Orange Lake Bream are being taken on (Newberry area) the St. Johns River. beginning a salt water lic- where and how to catch Mayonnaise 29c

While we bask in the sun last week. outside edge of trees. Also Speck and bream fishing is Where staggered-day hunt- ense or some other form cf them (including a section on BEER

(and rain) pursuing Florida CRYSTAL RIVER some bream are being takenin good. They are being takenon ing is in force, hunting will special permitCONTEST methods, baits, lures and Old Milwaukee 6/89c
fish .Mainelanders are chipping fallen tree tops. Freshwater earthworms. equipment) and how to clean
) Knox's Bait House be allowed every day duringthe Plus Tax and Dtp.
away the ice to get at shrimp and worms are DERBY, AND and cook them.
first nine and the
I. Bass and bream fishing days,
their finny both good bream bait. TOURNAMENT The fun and 'I
quarry.
t best early in the mornings.J. period between November 25 excitement of No De oitCanadian

Lest one forgets that the M. FIELD'S REPORT NEWNANS Fish LAKElIcGihny's ; GlILFMINfXIC 4 and November 29 and be- Jack Kelly, taxidermist on fishing have not been over Ace 689cReg.

Florida fisherman is spoiled Last wee k's winners inFields' good Camp to ex- tween December 23 and Jan- 411 at Orange Lake, is sponsor looked. Reese makes sugges- 6 for 1.35
(fish-wise and weather-wise) Speck fishing uary 3. Mondays, Tuesday, ing a bass fishing contest tions for seven different typesof I
cellent; bass fishing good to CEDAR KEY and will be closed at vacation fislrI I
it is revealing to look at the Fridays His contest Tuesday, trips with 5 Web Reg. 4.99
;, weather conditions of a state excellent (excellent yester- King fishing has slacked all other times. Shooting hours 5th and opens through ing, of course, the main ob- Lawn Chairs .... 3.99
) and bream fishing May runs
day
; off; Spanish mackerel fish for resident species
Maine. game jective.
) bit to our north,
and monthly
a 31st.
good. continues July Weekly Res. 7.99Chaise
,I7 ing good.CRYSTAL will remain at from one-half
l In a fishing and hunting F k Specks were taken in limit RIVER hour before sunrise to one- prizes will be offeredfor TAKE A BOY FISHING! Lounge e. 6.99

:\ newsletter from the up 1 n et numbers yesterday in the Knox's Bait House half hour after sunset of each the, largest bass. Weekly -
the channel and off the east will be Zebco spin- 4
Tree State" word comes Speckled trout and grouper open day.Hunters. prizes
exh t shore. Bass fishing picked up fishing excellent; King fishing will be providedwith ning reels; monthly prizes,

that by next fishing contest wereJ. considerably yesterday. Bass poor; and Spanish mack two turkey hunting sea- Pfleuger Supreme reels. BOATS MOTORSLOW

the lower one-fourth of the A. Devane in the bass divi- seemed to be hitting all kindsof erel fishing fair. A few tar sons during the 1964-65 sea- Bass must be weighed in atKelly's
be ice-free. :' artificials: plastic worms, are showing on the The first Taxidermy Shop. LOW
state will sion (5 pounds, 9 ounces), R. pon up son. season opens PRICESEASIEST
t And "Unless unseasonab L. Linkfield in the speckled t01>water Paw Paws, and Hawaiian bombing range.RANDOM with the general hunting sea- Schlitz
Fishing
weather occurs for an ex- perch division ((1 pound), and WIgglers. Some breamare CASTS AND. son and allows the hunter to The $500,000 I TERMSF2OAQ
in to-
I being taken along the Derby opens our area
SHOTS harvest three turkeys of either -
H. A. Greene in the bream division
northwest shore-just north of morrow. Cash rewards rang-
Regulations. For The second
Banting
sex. season CAGE
I (1 pound) the camp. ing from 25 to 10,000 dollarsare
64-65 March
13 to
: If you've never seen an SANTA FE LUtEShJpman's opens Marti
HURRY offered for tagged fish. WXWtirK
; 18-pound bass, now is the time Fish Florida 1964-65 general 28 in that portion of t h eState A HEREJIMMY -
to do it. Fields has Petty's Camp hunting season for resident located south of State Anyone catching a tagged
18-pounder on display. It is Speck fishing fair; bass game birds and animals will Road 50, and March 27 to April fish should bring it to their local
This Won't Last Long fishing good; and bream (in- November 11 north of State Road 50. Schlitz distributor. Our
open Saturday, 14, MOORE'SSUNSPORTS
; also giving free gifts to everyone cluding shellcrackers) fish- ......, distributor is Anderson Dis-
t. who registers in its
1958 fishing contest. ing good. tributing Co. on South Main.Knox's .
17FT. THUNDERBIRD Speck fishing over the
Bait House (Crystal
LAKE WAUBERGUF's
beds is slowing down; whereas
WARRIOR Camp Wauberg fishing in deep water is River) is sponsoring a tarpon

Bass fishing good; and picking up.Bream tournament. The tournament

$ 50 HP Used Motor bream fishing fair. Speck (including she 1 J. opened April 15th and closes STARKE, FLA.

fishing is an unknown quantity crackers) fishing is improving July 15th. Prizes include a i

Trailer ; no one is fishingfor ; they are now bedding. y.. Mercury outboard motor a
A-l them. Bass fishing was Harnell rod, a
Dock fishing for bream is custom-made
good up until Saturday.Best also good. 9-foot Zebco spinning rod with SPRING ,SPECIALSORIGINAL

I New Top Side Curtains baits continued to be THE TACKLE BOX REPORT .9 reel, L & S Mirrolures and

and Back Curtains. plastic worms, Hawaiian Wig- Bass photographed duringthe LIST BOATS SPRING SPECIAL ;

'y Clean As A Pin glers, and spoons. Sunday's past week were 3 bass i others.NOTICE OF PUBLIC $90.00 12" 1963 MILLER ALUMINUM . . $69
To Go winds spoiled the fishing as (largest 7 pounds) by Char e Y u M1N, HEARINGThe $139.50 9' 1963 WELL CRAFT . . . . $75
And Ready did Monday's and T u e s- les Lovely (caught in New- I Florida Outdoor Recre- $209.00 17' 6" FOLBOT . . . .. .. $125
THIS WEEK ONLY day's rain. Wednesday very Lake live shiners $195.00 15 K & P RUNABOUT . . . .. $175
ti CompleteRig- few boats went out. Bream nans on on ational Planning Committee $189.00 17' 6" JACKSON CANOE . . . . $179 '
4-25); 8-pound, 3 ouncer will hold a public hearing at
fishing slacked off -might be MOTORS
Eddie
by Young (Newnans
off the beds. Lake, blue 4-28)) and the Chamber of Commerce 59.95 7/8 H.P. ELECT. TROLLING MOTOR . $54
worm,
$ LOCKLOOSA LAKE ; Building, Gainesville, Florida, $'9.00 3 H.P. 1964 E5KA . . . .... .. $79
5 bass (largest 8% by Perry I Wedneday, May 20, 1964 at $239.00 71/2 H.P. 1963 ELGIN . . . $169
,5qt Locbloosa Springs Fish Camp Kirkland (Newnans Lake, > fry i the of $351.50 10 H.P. 1962 IVINRUOE . . . $209
Speck fishing good to excellent blue worm, 4-29). 4; 1. .4 9:30 a.m., for purpose $255.50 S 1/2 H.P. 1963 EVINRUDE . . . $225
; bass fishing fair to WATERMELON POND ; _ receiving views and recom- $525.00 18 H.P. 1962 ELEC. EVINRUDE . . .. $325
good; and bream fishing goodto (Newberry area) mendations concerning outdoor $475.00 28 H.P. 1963 EVINRUDE . . .. $395

excellent. Specks are beings Bass fishing good to exSOLUNAR : recreation needs In TRAILERS

'fi t i; .. ..... .. ....... Planning Region m. Planning $215.00 15' UNIVERSAL TRAILER . . . . $75
GATOR ::::;;::;::;...:"" el' :----s.;;::;. ;.,:;:: 1b L HI includes Madison, $114.95 12 1964 MURRAY TRAILER . . .. . $109
W:: : : : 4 Y Region $179.95 16 1963 MURRAY TILT .. . .. .. .. $149
';';';':':';'.' Taylor, Hamilton, Suwannee, $179.95 16 1964 MURRAY TILT . . . $169 .
51) ntorf4ot to.kua "\ .Ke Lafayette, Dixie, Levy, G il. Frank CenterNorth
: and Ala- Philpotr's Sport
MARINESALES : .. t : Christ, Columbia,

.
: chua Counties.All of Btlk-Lindsty'i 20 N.W. 14th Are.
Tables ""
SolunarCROSS I W"I' """" in-
} interested parties -
SERVICE : .4w't "WHERE QUALITY SELLS ITSELF"
\1 dividual or group, public or .
FR 2-5011 or FR 6393Open
Are.
I 22,} E. University are Invited and

:: FR 2-3333 ...... \......................-..:...............,.-..'!..'.:..._.......... .v....'d..v. .._...".'., a urged private to-attend and express 5 to 6 p.m. Mon. thru FrI., f

; TABLES themselves on this Important 9 ...... f. 6 p.m. Saturday

,, By JOHN ALDEN KNIGHT matter. For further de- HOME OF HUNTER FIBERGLASS FISHING
BOATS, McCULLOCH OUTBOARD MOTORS
The schedule of Solunar Periods ai Florida's outdoor -
printed below has been taken from J Oho tails concerning AND MURRAY TRAILERS
CREEK CAMP Alden Knight's SOLUNAR TABLES. Plar recreation program or
C your days so that you will be fishing Ir Lot of Bass
good in hearing, ad-
territory or hunting
good cove the proposed --- ----- --- --- -- ---- ----
Block Bass Speckled Perch Brem I during the best these sport times.that each If you day wish has to to offer find. Charles Sheppard (L) and Lloyd Weatherington dress inquiries to: Ney C.

; 60,000 Acres of Florida's Best Fishing Water The type.Major These Periods begin are at the shown times In shown boldface ; display a fine string of striped bass they caught in Landrum, Director; Florida FOR BOATERS

I hours and last for an.hour and a ha'f or twc,1 the Oklawaha River. They were taken on jigs and Outdoor Recreational Plan- fj.
thereafter. The Minor Periods
Gas and Oil Modern Trailer Park shown shorter In duration.regular type._ art of somewfie f the largest weighed 14 pounds. ning Committee; Tallahassee .

1 i Restaurant 0 Free Picnic Area Use Eastern A.M.Standard time. .. .. I Florida. .

t O Motors .. Camping Facilities Day -Minor Malor Minor- -Malor !
Friday ':50 SIS .:10 ) M '
:
Guides Launching Ramp Saturday 1:45 3:30 10:05 3:55 BowlingINDUSTRIAL SAVE NOW!
Sunday 10:40 4:25 11:00:50
Tackle Good Cabins Monday 11:30 5:15 11:50 5:<9 b 4..sn
Tuesday 6:" 12:15 6:2S 12-ft. BOAT (new) 2o
Bait Good Boots Wednesday 12:35 4:45 1:00 7ie W L
Thursday 1:20 7:30 1:45 7i55 with live well
Ice \Friday 2:05 IllS 2:30 ':40SaturdlY' McKInney-Green Ins 3' 25 .
2:50 >M 3:15 ':25 CalnesvIH Shopping Ctr.38th 2S1I.I Boat TRAILER (used) 178 o o 0 8 o 'if
Call 481.2437 Write Box 311, Hawthorne, Fla. Sunday 9:35 ':51 4:05 11:15 Pepper Printing Co. 38 26 10 HP (used) ,
Mercury
e Pig;" Park Restaurant 3TO 26 V1
f Enjoy Our Famous Food, Fresh From The Lake Servlcemaster 35W 28'h ........
SPORTSMAHSPlSEST. )
Slrdsey Feed Mills 34 30 COMPLETE ((1 only
State Road 325 at Cross Creek Gainesville Sun 33 35V4 31 31M 15-ft. Fiberglass RUNABOUT FISHING BOAT -
V Allstat Insurance
Mac & Nell McCoy- Operators Y B S. G Motors 29 35 and GATOR TRAILER Both, 15967COMBINATION
'I j& ra Pours Florida Auto Pest Salvage Control 2 20* 40** Only ....... .. .. ... .. .... .... .. PERFORMANCE"CowJe'

...__...... .a Wonderhouse Rest. 20 44
1 FISH PARASITES g RESULTSB ,
THIS WEEK'SSUPERSPECIAL & G 3. McKlnney-Green 1i Plggl Charlie Murray's
Park 3. Blrdsey 1: Servieemaster 3.
Wonderhouse li Pepper X Paul's Auto 1:I THE 1964 j
rl Allstate 4, Florida Pest 0; Galnesvllli .
Shopping Center 2, Gainesville. Sun 2
? ry 5
W L

45 .: SEPI-HORSE
r Withdraw! J3' *5M #1 -
FACTORY SECOND C'J 1 Deposits *
I t Bad Pennies 1St MVi ;;
495 Silver Forgers Dollars *70 4Cashiers 62 SJVi 516 W. University Ave. FR 6-5701 r't '
20-Foot 62 66
: Lucky Pennies 62 66 I

.. =' .J. Dividends Returns 61 561,1a 71 67 K
J' ) )
J RitZ-Crdft ORIGINAL NEW .. ,:-.; Bowling BUll 53 5J 15Debits 74 THIS WEEK ONLY ( $ ,.

J ? Millionaires 11

1- Boat PRICE $1495 1 RESULTS I ZEBCO "33" i

I I" Bowling Bins .. Millionaire 0; SlI"
PARASITE-INFECTED.PrSH Debits 9: Lucky i
FRANK'S MARINEMERCURY ARC PLANTED WHERE OTHER 3.Dollars Returns 4. U Deposits 3. Fogers 1i I'' Regular $19.50 REEL >dj 9I ,
With
Bad Pennies 3. Cashiers 11
FISH ARE HEALTHY THE FAHA8TTES drawls. 2. Dividends S. I Bert's aa "aJUroouT sottcarf that Elves wa' B3 PERTOR1WICE ."! :
WILL INFEST THEM ALSO, 1/2 PRICE and tcoeofflvi o d" aitin nnnboutj, lu perfect for bota crahaz!
OUTBOARD SALES Cr SERVICE TO THE DETRIMENT OP EVERRSH. / FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUtLEI* and sUfl{! With tin *2S* CcnwrUble, TOO can fent a eoooplitji.ww
1031 S. MAIN ST. FR 6-7629 .THUS,PLANTING FISH IK w t+oati>t outfit at a.rcty.art f ttl Stop fa for a ceawatruioa. I
PUBLIC WATERS 13 AM EXPERTS Team Four Beauty Sakxi 77Vt 1541 50V S2M PAY ONLY $9.75 Or Jf Inconvenient to Come .
OOB. DOrtT MONKE" WITH rr! Mary Knotf Lees Bar 75\1. STO i To Our Store l __" I
= SOME PEOPLE MAY Bill Lyon's Sunoco Gas 59 .
BE SHOCKEDTO
-
Lire of Georgia Ins. 57 >

Catch The Largest Bass OR FIND ABDOMEN RWATTES OP ANY IN' WSH.FLESH ITS Combs Pepifl Dist.Lumber a Rl Co. Ce.eock 4.lranf. 514'5 55\\SOWBill ??inn*W ',, r ORDER BY MAIL !: e / FULL GEAR SHIFT I

IJ. VERY COMMON M SOME AREAS. RESULTS -- JJe. QUIET OPERATION
1 ALL SUCH RSH ARE SAFE TO Lyon's Sunoco 3. .ryLees5e 'r ELECTRIC .' ,[
.
WIN .EAT+ WHEN FROPERLX COOKEDK ty 1) Team Four X Kno Lumber Co. 1; 4 want to take atfyantif of your Special Vi STARTING BIG 35.7 CU. "HEART1 !
In Dist. Co. J.Comb LM oft Georgia Ins PRICE OFFER en Zcbce "31. Reel .
Rest.
SchencT. ___ $9.75 plus 30c tax and $1 Mailtos-Total $11.05 cauory kit wU :.wrtCM CORROSION PROTECTION -
A ZEBCO 33" REEL J . CHECK... MONEY ORDER (N. C.O.D.. ts electrteitartinjl
(Each Week) TAX MONEY BETTER SPENT please>)> t.* EASY...STARTING. ___

NAME . . . . ---
A PHLEUGER SUPREMEEach MEANS- MORE PROGRESS . . Use Your Central Charge At

( Month) ELECT MAIL ADDRESS . . . . .

Contest STARTS Tuts., JutS ENDS. July JI, 1964 Dashwood HicksA I I s, CITY & STATE . . . .'. Y'1 I 9v

$2500JACK :' !n--- L -
ANY SIZE BASS MOUNTED BUSINESSMAN tj .
FOR THE BEST BARGAINS IN FISHING TACKLE -

COUNTY COMMISSIONER "Check With Charlie" .

KELLY! TaxidermistORANGE ALACHUA COUNTY .

LAKE, FLA. DISTRICT 3 AT LARGE THE TACKLE BOXIn Your Authorized JOHNSON SEA-HORSE Dealer
-Vote For Sound Government-
17 Miles South of Gainesville U. S. Hwy. 441 Progressive Pd.Ad,. The Heart of East GoUtesrUle Phone FR 2.1791 601 S. MAIN ST. AMPLE FREE PARKINGr



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.. .. ... .,.j.;., ,. / ','J."d f unions." In a restaurant a few doors away a sleepy-faced man aggressive suspicious with whites, but rarely servile.
r. ,
,' ,,...<. ;. 5i "" to" "" ..;) shook he held coffee I3
hand
i&fi'T& whose as said that
of
resentful
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chance to door
: fntygypACpq .q,W R1F' ; Jt time they get a on the colored man, enchanted with local Negro officials. "Negro politicians
they close it. That's why I think this civil rights stuff is good." are usually mortgaged to the power structure," said a Cleve-
(While- the nation watches the racial struggle in land NAACP leader. "Our Negro aldermen belong to the EMERGENCYCLOSE
the South, increasing Negro militance and angry 'We Don't Control AnythingAnger Cook County machine" said a Negro newspaper editor in I T
white reaction to it raise the prospect of a summer., Chicago. "They only vote for civil rights when they are pushed. -
.of violence in the North. A Newsday reporter has unhappiness, a chip-on-the-shoulder attitudetheseare ." OUT SALEON
just completed an extensive tour of northern cities. the recurrent themes of the civil rights sound-track as
This is one of four articles based on that trip.) it plays across the North. In Chester, Pa., a Negro youth" Leadership Is OrganizedThe SELECTED ODD LOTS. MUST MAKE ROOM ..
complains about school books and police. "Our vote is large
'i By HARVEY ARONSON here," he says, "but we don't control anything." In Detroit, civil rights struggle itself is being led by organized DIXIE MILLS

There Is a street in Harlem where people shuffle rather William Patrick Jr., a Negro who is a former city council- groups, primarily CORE and the NAACP, and united com-
than walk. Behind a fence .the space between. the high rundown man and now occupies a spacious office as assistant general mittees that have sprung up in a number of places. Gener- I SUPER
for the Bell Telephone Co., speaks of "our DISCOUNT
.I tenements is strewn with old plumbing fixtures, beer attorney proudly I
cans, broken bottles, car fenders and a skinned dead cat town." But he complained that there are only 190 Negro = (Continued On Page 22)) 1 19 S.W. 1st Ave. On the Corner (Formerly Bargain; Mart)

il "I think about the black children who live here,",said a Negro lawyers among Michigan's 9,000 attorneys. "A Negro doesn't I[ Men's
I civil rights worker "and it makes me boll. Man if I want to go into law. Listen, I know. You're graduating and I ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A Dress Slacks
was white I couldn't they have these interviews. You sit there and hell, you're nevI I I
,sleep nights.
fi 1
Selected lot wash & ,
wear namebrands
r Similar expressions of anger are echoing across the urban er even interviewed.
FLORIDA Swimming Poolby and others formerly up to $200
r north from 16th Street Chicago. to 125th Street Manhattan, In a Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) office in Cleve- $12.95 your choice . . .
where the Negro wants out of physical, economic and mental land, an unemployed high-school graduate said that "psycho-
I ghettos that he blames, on .a white power structure. To logically, I guess I've been a member of CORE all my life. Rivers Construction Co.A MEN'S 6' BOYS 89 GIRLS
a large degree this anger is being ignored as the current I'm 27. I've been a Negro for 27 years." Elsewhere in the .
civil rights filibuster and the memories of Birmingham Ala., room 'white and Negro volunteers organized a rent strike POOL JACKETS DRESSES
and Oxford Miss., keep the country's attention focused on for the Hough slum area, where residents who include 4- QUALITY Backed by a
the South. And this is a dangerous oversight because almost 700 families on the public rolls-complain of rats, roaches and FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY w. have only ,20 Some slightly soiled 1.
half of this country's 20,000,000 Negroes live In the North broken-down plumbing. The office bulletin board has a display to clear at ... .. S200 sties mostly They erfect.must b III 97sf
.. '
where their militance is stirring an angry white response. In of bate letters. One of them read, "we are getting tiredof r 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40 ,_ cleared out at
' the way the northern Negro lives and wants to live, in what you nigger- throwing your weight around. ." Priced at$3,000 to $3,500
he says and does, there are the ingredients for explosion.In NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH INFANTS LADIES
the South the Negro knows specifically what he is fight The sights and sounds and smells of the cities tell part'of NIGHT GOWNS
ing-southern bias Is defined, by law. But in the .North, the the story -the sizzle*and aroma of an 89-cent, chicken din HOSE
Negro frequently does not know where he stands. What hedoesknow ner in a Hough area restaurant; the initial animosity toward EACH POOL. YOU CET KIMONOS ... ,
Is that for the most part, he'Is crowded into black a white stranger in a Negro bar in Cleveland; the Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board DIAPER COATS
ghettos in the big cities -, ghettos that touch off sparks when jarring rock 'n roll music piped out of stores onto s 1 u m Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder. Vacuum Cleaner 2 All sizes and 3 prs.
theyjrub against white neighborhoods and.traditionally white streets in Chicago and New York; the NAACP pickets who Leaf Net 19 colon a fabulous $100
prerogatives. In Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Washing- showed up like clockwork every Friday night in front of the 'CALL FOP 'FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION LIMIT buy .t 39c ,
Philadefphia: and New York, the Negro feels squeezed First Federal Savings and Loan Association in downtown Detroit F R EC A pair of hand-mad shell earrings with each .
f in and he wants to lash out Sometimes he expresses his to protest alleged job discrimination. RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO. $2.00 purchase.
f Pr. disco tent within the civil rights movement, and there are In every big northern city, there are Negro ghettos the
1909 EAST 5th STREET Everything Must Be Cleared by June 1st For New Operation. -
of them slums. In of
majority some these, such as Chicago'sSouth
boycotts and demonstrations. Other times he strikes out blindly WATCH FOR. TOTAL ANNOUNCEMENT.
afd'here- (s bloodshed seemingly ,without reason. Side, a traveler can walk for blocks without seeing a DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA, Open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday Sat.. and Men.
'Zou'wanta.. iot.around here?" said a defiant Harlem Ne- white face. In. most of these places, there is a physicalsense 622.7048 FLA. Prices Good These Three Days.

groom .t.:just.. 'let, a. white cop shoot. .a. Negro.- ,.Listen, I tellyourtnat of compression. Negroes are becoming more conscious .
JIm1Scountry aoesn't solve its domestic race proo-
lemr this whole civilization, isn't going to survive."
TEe man's anger Increased 'as he kept talking. "My God!" U.S. C of C: .
j he said, as though daring a white Interviewer to disagree .;' ;., '" ..: : h :' ; '
"how long are we supposed to wait? I'll tell you so m ething. Deal with Reds : :- f ;!-: 'L : :
\ I like the word 'blackV I'm"proud I'm black. My grandmother '
i :was a French-Canadian: with blonde hair and blue eyes WASHINGTON (AP) The 1 .

ancfj hated her. She's dead, and I hope she'? in hell." U.S. Chamber of Commerce has Which motor oil' Q. Which motor oil ,:
Currently black nationalist spokesman Malcolm X is attempting put itself on record as favoring Q. ,;
to harness this sort of anger in a new militant movement
:' T.J dvccates' meeting violence with violence. The Increased trade In non-strategic '
I mawick Muslim, ,who is urging Negroes to form rifle clubs goods with the Soviet Union and is "right" for gives your engine anew '

for >self dtfense, said in announcing his new group that other European Communist na-
". the tine has for the..American J": -
;t come Negro to fight back tions. high 'in
seasons protectionthrouglianew
in self-defense'whenever and wherever he is being unjustlyand all -
unlawfully attacked." The resolution was approved
'The danger of racial violence in the North will increase as Wednesday by about 90 per cent : j
the days lengthen into summer and the big cities become of the businessmen at the annual -
pressure cookers steaming with the heat of the streets, of meeting here.
III' intensified agitation, and of debate and possible frustrationon Speakers favoring a freer high in enginecleanliness
the civil rights legislation now in Congress. trade policy said if U.S. businessmen !. _
"Sure I'm concerned about the civil rights bill" said a were prevented from .
young Negro carrying a worn suitcase in Washington. "If they selling to the European Commu- Q.Which motortoily ?
don't pass a strong one, there's going to be a lot of disappointment nist countries, the business

And it's equally important that President John would gQ by default to other exceeds qualityrequirements .-' _. .
son's war on poverty pans out You can have all the integra- Western nations with fewer re .
tion you want, but you've got to have money, too." strictions.'Electrical. 'r '
In a downtown Detroit neighborhood where ramshackle
rooming houses advertise "ADC (Aid to Dependent Children)
and Welfare Okay," a bleary-eyed man expounded on poverty is the -
QaWbich
as he fumbled with the fender of a rusted, inoperative old to meet all :
car. "I'm fixing this up so I can go back to Missouri," he
said. "Hell, this ain't no place. There ain't no jobs and the world's' finest
cops pick up Negroes for nothing. You want to write about SERVICE & REPAIRSFOR manufacturers'oil
colored you just walk around here you'll have plenty to ALL ELECTRICAL NEEDS car
about""I Residential Commercail .
write
Industrial motor oil"? _
don't like the school situation" said a Negro barber CALL change intervalrecommendations ;:- -
who makes a good living off residents of Chicago's West Side C. P. Dressier .
slum." It's bad because where there is
segregation, you don'tget / i: .
the same quality teachers and facilities. If a child Electrical Contractor ? \ -
doesn't get the education, he doesn't get the jobs. ManageiNegro Phone FR 6-6193 ,:.
910 N.W. 4th St. f

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o Pleads Q.Which oil is formulated .
I.', SAVE WATCH FOR OUR

Innocent On Q.Which oil beat to stand up

( Rape ChargeTrial
WEEKLYPECIALS '

will be set In Circuit I i 4majorcompettOrS undermostseveredriving .
Court for a 22-year-old Gainesville -: .

eight Negro year-old'girl.accused of rapingan I in a tough engine- conditions? :

George Jones Jr., 22, pleaded
innocent to charges in arraign. cleanliness test? _:
i ment proceedings before Circuit -
Judge John A. H. Mur- )
I PRICES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY ,," .
phree yesterday.The It It.
court accepted the guilty Discount This
R.tall Prk WMk 0:
plea of"Willie James Coffee, 49, .
High"Springs, to second degree Lady Amwtca by Elgin r -

murder charges and sentencedhim Vi DIAMOND Carat RING.. 389.50 225.00 169.95 Which motor oil
Q. :
to life in the state prison Lady America by Elgin
at RalfonL V'4 Carat Engagement .
Coffee:was originally charged Ring & Dia. Wedding 152.50 95.00 59.95 Q.Which oil protects "
with first degree murder but Band DIAMOND RING .. surpasses every 4
State-Attorney T. E. (Ted) Dun

can plea.accepted the'second degree,I SHAKESPEARE Ho. 11696'6"SPINWonderod 14.95 8.97 6.97 all cars in all auto maker's engine : ": :

Coffee by J.I i Shakespeare PushButtonREEL
was represented
Cross and Jones'' & ROD ... .. 20.1 O 15.00 } .
Redf
Emory ( Combination No. 107 33.50 driving conditions? ?
by William Andrews Jr.Both I Arvin 5-Tub. No. 12R23 test requirements ;
attorneys!! were court appointed. 12R29
TABLE RADIO ... 17.95 13.35 9.95. -
Dormeyer No. HM-7 -
SonicBoomTests j PORTABLE MIXER. 15.95. 8.99 7.50 \ --
Cause "Polaroid WY,,. 4&" -
COLOR FILM .. ,.. 4.99 4.26 3.69 i, -
Hankicraft Automatic -
Cracks.," Splits (Iec. B.rtl. .

(APSome OKLAHOMA- -- ,damage-'CITY in Okla.test I'I 42-Pe.ORIZER WARMER InstaValiioNursmatie &',YAP.. ...... 2.95 2.17 1.69 I I Answer: New Gulf pride SingleNew t 1

homes has been found since the ;
NURSER SET ,. 6.98 5.49 3.95 t; -
Federal Avia OJl'Agency beganits i .
ARVIN 9 TRANSISTOR -
sonic-boom here,t
program 99.95 73.47 64.97 I -
Citizens Band TUMceircr
but a.spokesman said it is not: (only 1 pr. Left- ) Pr. Pr. Pr. Gulfpridee Single.G answers every requirement :
believed that the trouble was I NOW OPEN EVERY WEEK-DAY NIGHT have. It's the oil that beat four
<< : GUI > ;, your engine could possibly :
caused faster-than-sound air
bY' TILL 9:00 TILL 5:00
SATURDAYS !
planes. USE YOUR-CENTRAL CHARGE OR : major competitive oils in a tough test of engine cleanlinessvital :
-
Ina report to the FAA I EASY BUDGET ,TERMS : to your engine's performance. It's the oil that can :

I Wednesday
>,F y extended crack In wood trim IMPERIAL DIVISION SINGL G>. high in engine cleanliness. It's the oil that cools, seals, .
and some Four clean in all :
missing grout protects, lubricates and keeps your engine

houses'l'he: report are used said as the tests.' damage The Furniture Manufacturers fcX3S aa"- kinds of driving. Change to new Gulfpride Single-G-at

t wad minor and was not believed' the Sign of the Gulf Orange Disc. Gulf Oil CorporationMOrSSW'
due to sonic booms.
FAA has been conducting the I
AMPLE HOUSE
sonic-boom program since Feb.I
3 to test reaction of people andI
property to the noise and vibration I
created by the aircraft j South Mom Street t S.W 13th Stte t 1



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Watson NamedTALLAHASSEE I f''i 0<(. < :.,......'..""'i" :.' ,,,<"j .<;,.'"<" '.," h'f;,."..:,,,; .,o .1'' ;
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APWil I "i-1t.WqJ ONE JNITED SUNSHINE CTATEDICKINSON
i.
-tb liam A. Watson ,of Tampa was iiegrQmdi : Knife Couple;
Pieree/Wulbern Gov. Farris Bryant's latest appointee ; """ '>';'---"" : c,
today to the state boardof > ANSWERS

engineering examiners, suc- ; : Woman DiesNEW 'You The PeopleTONIGHT J'

Murphey corp. ceeding Russell H.Degrove who ": "F :
died. .; ; YORK (AP)-A woman

presentsREPORTS Bryant announced the appoint- the "North was knifed to death and her [ sU0DIOKIOSOR .,
,.. ,: .. ,
FINANCIAL ment Wednesday. "+','." ', :t_., ..,.. husband critically
by .. 'i_;i: ..:: '':i: .,:;::,:i, : .,. :. .i : of eight teen-agers who in- i .
Market iJ; v. :, one,
.
DR. M. S. HEIDINGSFIELD Egg ......go; .i<::<.,, .":<.x.:.f',:..>,.. :< ".. vaded the couple's second-hand : '

Dr. M. S. Heidingsfietd. an experienced JACKSONVILLE (AP) -,The (Continued From Page 21) clothing store in Harlem __ CANDIDATE for OOVEHNOIt I I
business I
.
and naturally known research specialist holds an endowed C9"mentator! chair Northeast Florida Egg Market ally, these organizations are led by young Negroes. In I
in the College of Business Administration at the University of prices to retailers: Cleveland, for instance, the city has been stirred up by a 24- Wednesday.The CH. 12 .9:30-10:00 p.m. c
Florida Extra large 38-42, mostly 41; year-old girl named Ruth Turner, executive secretary of eight, described as. Ne- --- ci

WRU F 8500N large 36-39 mostly 38; medium CORE. A newspaperman described her as "some kind of left- groes ranging in age from about i i
YOUR DIAL ,30-34, mostly 32; small 27-29, ist" while a school teacher said that his Negro studentS 14 to 19, disappeared into the
w 'mostly 28.Poultry. rank her with Booker T. Washington and Ralph Buflche,
6:05 P.M. EACH .' late afternoon crowd on busy
found both
-. FRIDAY at farms: fryers 12% Miss Turner descriptions funny. iI
hens none. But she and other civil rights leaders in other northern cit- West 125th Street just off Fifth
... ies are dead serious about what they call "the movement"In Avenue.
i Cleveland, for instance, where token integration has already I
:, r f 45, of Woodside,
Magit Sugar
triggered mob violence, Miss Turner says, "We have I
just scratched the surface; we haven't even had a construc- Queeps, was killed by a single
Your Vote and Active tion site picketed yet." thrust in. the heart with a dou- I

: More important, the Negro man-in-the-street, who may ble-edged dirk. the accepted retail price of the items which
Support for RE-ELECTION x? x,49 not even be part of the organized movement, is in flux on his purchase. _./ / : V.V-f; Ir ; '" you; I
husband Frank, 50,
own. He stands on the corners, he looks in whiteownedshop Her ,
: windows, he watches the school yards full of children wrested the knife from the kill- I I

L't with dark skins, he mutters about the difficulty of making a er, but not before he had been cf of ony retail stpi t (proVided theitemof feredis'not ; {
the problems of at decent
living getting good housing a
stabbed six times. soiled, shopworn, lolM I jyM4 (uJi
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price. He concedes that things are improving, but he doesn't
Claude M. Red.Franks antee to meet b ) ife'charidije '
( or t CQr
) anyradyertlseii |me
feel that they are improving fast enough. In some places, he Police said stabbings were 'jfajf Is identical fo merchandise Srhlcli
wants to strike out and anything could set him off.. apparently "senseless." If rob- -- ---- ---
R ; A Negro boy in Chicago put it in this way. "I tell myselfthis bery was the youths' motive,
':
.... As story that this country is like a house and the white they failed. There was no cash
man came to it and threw out the Indian who lived inside. register in the store and Sugar's I Thet Fiirnitur MlTOAMPLE
County Assessor of Taxes Then he hired us as servants. But now, we want to live in the wallet was not taken.
g house the same as' him." I
TOMORROW: THE GRIEVANCES Sugar was taken to Harlem
Alachua County Hospital in critical condition,I HOUS
))
tt .. but was reported to have improved -!
.
fi Johnson after blood transfusions.I
Humphrey Says
The Sugars, who came here,
i :.: IS A VOTE FOR as refugees from the 1956 Hun-!
: Will Accept Rights Changes garian revolt, had operated the
second-hand clothing store since

I A 49-year-old WASHINGTON'I(AP) Presi- "If we'have to file, we'll file: 1960.
E family man, a veteran, taxpayer; 29 years, 5 months "
t dent Johnson will accept some it on Monday, the Minnesotansaid.

and 13 days of courteous, dependable, efficient and 'friendly changes in the civil rights bill "We have the votes for do -
as long as the Senate produces ture. I doubt if we'll have to 1.1 ttle .F .IKS: 'Gy (qrt ZYitf1tiiJbiJij' :
service to Alachua County; one who vigorously defends the integrity enforceable legislation, Sen. Hubert -me."
H. Humphrey said today. _.AM' RI6HT NOW X
I of his office and believes that the assessor's office is a Humphrey, assistant Senate i Cloture is the Senate's procedure Z LOOK FOUND WHAT I.AMD KNOW DO WHAT YOU YEAH, X'M ROMrtlW TO THE. r
for choking off a filibus- Nb A IT MEANSMARYIi: STORE FOR THE BEST 0 '
completely public office to be operated by the assessor. Democratic for leader the measure who is,floor said ter. To invoke it requires two- t i RCP SHOL? QUNNIIi'AROUND HORSE IS 6ROCEWESWTWNATFRESH r IteARt r
manager thirds of the senators on hand, > FooTta: '
F''I Johnson prefers the House- or 67 if all 100 are present
passed bill as. it stands. But, I
FAITHFUL SERVICE he added, the President is not I Sen. Richard B., Russell, D-.
against amendments,that do not Ga., chief strategist for Southern ,a, .l d
I weaken it.Humphrey. I opponents of the bill, reported -
HONEST ADMINISTRATION> told this to a reporter after a caucus Wednesdaythat I
I as the Senate headed they declined to agree on a ..
into its 44th day of debate. The time for voting on'the jury trial

; civil rights leaders apparently amendment. LEAN FROSTY MORN END CUTPORK
COMPLETE ADHERENCE to a policy of
are determined to move to shut Sponsored by Democratic
.
\ off debate next week on a pend- Leader Mike Mansfield of Mon GROUNDBEEF SMOKEDPICNICS

ing compromise jury trial tana and Republican Leader Ev-
r SOUND CONSERVATIVE EQUALIZED amendment unless Southern opponents CHOPSi
erett M. Dirksen of Illinois as a
agree to a fixed time substitute for a proposal by Sen. i
for voting on it. Herman E. Talmadge, D-Ga., it '

:. PROPERTY VALUES. optimistic Humphrey than, apparently some other more sup- criminal would provide contempt jury citations trials in that all 3lbs. $100' lb.27c lb. 39

porters of the bill, doubts it will involved sentences: of more than
be nectysary to file a cloture 30 days and fines above $300. I ,
(Paid Advertisement) petition to break down South- II I.

.-'f _ ern resistance. .. Russell. told_reporters and! I IL II
\ then informed Dirksen that the I
I
'I FOUR ROSES DISTILLERS CO..N.Y.C.. BLENDED WHISKEY.86 PROOF 60% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS Southerners did not rule out a. i iFla. i

.:>){ e :: : \ t::; :i "k" ::>f:i) I vote are not next going week to,make but. said any com-"we EGGS Gr. "A" Medium RD j
; 1r ; I 'If
t: :;, ,:)j x Jj) : 1f mitments sisted on now.some" Dirksen word from had the in-. 3 LB. JAR (1''I


.. Dixie Immediately forces Wednesday.afierward, Dirk, I 3 dos, flc ti tiUmit

< sen and Mansfield conferred Fresh Boston Butt
,. ';: i" ;' < 1''. )) v and Dirksen announced, "It" PORK
." would appear that our only out, ,'I
.. "'. Y + <, ss' is a cloture petition." -iit? ROAST ( : One with
S.OO Order fl flM
$
H p
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\\\t\ a Mon)
':" : :: Costs 6
Living
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j

J .< \\\\ V.N j Rise Except

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I j. '" :. .J.JI For Food
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I .. j f...:' .' <.,.j RATHS BLACK HAWKBEEFCHUCK
WASHINGTON AP
( ) -Living

:.;, : ;. ," "\ %\t { ri costs inched up one-tenth of 1,
4 $ per cent in March as prices I r

\ \\- > t rose for virtually all consumer C
,; items except food, the govern- 7 Q
ment reported today.,
:Lower food prices were off-
set by higher costs of housing,
medical care, transportationand I LB.
other basic items, bringing
the consumer' price index to I ROAST J

i
1107.7.
,.. means that it now costs!
$10.77 to buy goods that cost $10 YOUR CHOICE
in the 1957-69 base period.A BEEF LEAN BRISKET

I Labor Department spokesman -, LIVER $iOO STEW

!I I"y .. ir. .. said costs could be expected -! SAUSAGE PORK 3 Ibs.

: _}.,. to go up again for April, but EAT BETTERBOLOGNA
he added "there is not the 5 Ibs.HONEYSUCKLE. 99
( f... irT ': slightest indication of any seri

t ; ... ous inflation." YOUR CHOICE
,,, i i'f)4 H.L.H.- 303 Can ROSE
The
Commissioner
hVlIIJ'J/r1 spokesman Deputy -
: .'; .. ,:si : /
COLLARD
1t i Robert J. Myers of SYRUPMUSTARD
.
j! the Bureau of Labor Statistics, C

",.<'!' said relatively stable prices during i TURNIP 3 CANS 29 Igal.. 49c
; a general business upturn I II GREENSWhole
: provided "a very reassuring White HEINZPOTATOES
ii i i ii i I I performance." BABY FOOD

',' ,J I Can
2%
/AM CAMP'S Large
-. ,, ," ',.., Ruby I..awyers'Beein PORK & BEANS 4 cans 99c --.!jars 59c_ ._
!. '
: Apneals OUR VALUE CREAM STYLE
Loll HAWAIIAN 46-oz. Cai
4t FRESH DANDY--13-OZ.
; I 303 CanCORN
t .. .' .:'" .? T t DocumentsDALLAS BREAD PUNCH

\. .,\ ,....... < ,.
3 1.00
Tex. (AP) The! 2 Ivs. 27 c cans
"" Jack Ruby case enters a new 7 ens. 1.00.
t i. water nothing i phase today as lawyers begin j' LARGE STALKCELERY RED WHITE -_"

I' S mix- ice : formal preparation of appeals' Plastic Bottle S.S. LONG GRAIN
documents for the Texas Court!, BLEACHGallon RICE3lbs.39c
L & k can drown I of Criminal Appeals. -, 2 for 25c .-
1
Attorney Joe TonahiH said he, 39c -- \
hopess to have the matter before GREENCABBAGE .
hf the flavor.
> A\ rl> the state's only appellate crim- NOBODY UNDERSELLS MEATARAMAOUR "
inal court within six months.
ADVERTISED PRICES ARE ALWAYS IN EFFECT
X this lsnt a claim. Us a fact. &+ Judge Joe B. Brown denied al Ib. 5c FROM ONE THURSDAY TO THE NEXT I '
We wake Four Roses a special \ defense motion for a new trial) GOLDEtf RIPE
that kee Wednesday exactly a month
inore expensive way pits $ 1
I t d 3 chararter alive in your.drinks.;'*:| and a half after Ruby 53, received BANANAS2lbs.29c l
', a death verdict from a
tt t .. C 'V lH|Prove H in the next one you mix.-, '!Dallas jury. sroftf HOURS "- %
,
-x" is all -' Weekday: <
yours.
The pleasure The 'former night club operator
FRESH :30 A.J* wi 9P M Y '
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murder tg
r- : was convicted of
.. SwKJajrs. -\
n CARROTSbag *V9A.M.
: with malice for the Nov. 24 killing -{ MI PM.
I of Lee Harvey Oswald, alleged -!
lOc .
assassin of President JohnF. II Next "-0. firS
station-Opew Sunday 9 ..
a.m I p.tsl.
Kennedy. j ,

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Thursday, April 30, 1964 Gainesville Sun > 23DON'T


I SEE : :' ': ;,7' Candidates Trade Jabs

by FIGHT IT!


As Primary Draws NearBy

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/ the SUN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ought to run for the Legislatureso
.
Ii: '. Increasingly sharp jabs Governor's they could help me with my

Ii ALACHUA GENERAL son, Mary Lee Campbell and HoIzendor, Mrs. Thelma Fry II, among the candidates for governor program In 1965." '

J April 27 son, Mrs. Barbara Ward and Mrs. Mildred Mixson, Johnnie marked the, campaigning Race
BIRTHS son, Mrs. Yvonne Carlisle and Young, Mrs. Ellen Bonnevilleand today as the time left to win {Yas
Mr. and Mrs. Carol Lanoux, sons, baby girl Brinson, James daughter, Mrs. Dorothy I first primary votes dwindled to CAN YOU
.3001 SE Hawthorne Rd., a boy; Nelson, Lillie Pearl Wilson, Mrs. Strickland and daughter, Mrs.i four days. Miami, meanwhile, continued to I
'1.11".'and Mrs. William K. Saunders Caroline Palmer, John Wesley' Mae Dell Green, Mrs. Addie Half'the six Democrats en- seek support on his promise to i
3002 NE 14th Dr.t a girl; Kidwell, George Jahnigen, J. Bell McMillan, Luther Griffity, gaged in a verbal exchange advocate a $1.25 per hour min STOP
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Russell B. Murphy, William Barry, William Robert M. Counce, Mrs. Caro- Wednesday night as the other imum wage for workers. He I
Elwood Rt. 1 Box 30 G. Treaster, Joseph D.Harrell lyn Bryson, Mrs. Earlene White-
a boy; three continued to support and said there were many parts of :>> : ? ra
Mr. and Mrs.Joe D. Laird, Box Mary,Anne Hagler, Lee sides, Louis Burkham, LoraineR. virtually ignored the competition. the state where workers receive A r
I 112, Cross City AFB, Cross City, N.Myers. Smith, Lynn A. Pigue, MarkD. low wages because they are not
:-a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Theo M. April 28 Pigue, Jeffrey E. Williams, engaged in interstate commerce
:"Selph, Rt 1 Box 374, Hawthorne, BIR11ISMr Thomas K. Tandy, HL Former Sen. Fred O. Dickinson and not covered by the federal M R
"a boy; Mr., and Mrs. Ralph Olson and Mrs. Joseph D. Stew- ACCIDENT ROUND-UP of West Palm Beach, Sen. minimum wage.
Youngstrom,. 3001 SE Haw- art, 1410 NW 55th St., city'a girl; Involved in accidents reportedto John Mathews of Jacksonvilleand I w
thorne Rd., a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and'Mrs. Wallace J. Havi- the Gainesville Police De- Rep. Fred Karl of. Volusia Family income is less than $50 LET FLORIDA
Horace Suggs, Newberry girl. land, 244C Flavet III, city, a partment and county sheriff's County exchanged verbal punches. a week in one third of the state's TORO.
girl office in the last 24 hours were: Mostly it was Dickinson fir counties, he said I PEST CONTROL
ADMITTED ADMITTED Ernestine Majors Hennings, ing back at the other two. Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville GARDEN CENTER
I Mary Ruth Saunders, Pamela Patricia Ann Haviland, War- 498 SW 28th SL, and Mollie H. advocated using retired'''
<< Jean Quick, Eric Arnold Quick, ren Nelson Rolfe, Dorothy Ma- Darrah, Waldo, at 4:51 lie said that Mathews might
p.m. persons> in the state's drive for Give You A
Samuel Jordan, Barbara Ann face trouble because of his'"voting ATl MJ>.H.
rie Rountree, Zella Mae Phil-
yesterday in the first block of new industry. On the lower East
Colson, Henry Alexander Chis- for the auto tag increaseand Generous AllowanceFor
lips, Robert Gilbert Crosby, N. Main St Coast, he said that retired
: holm Ann Homer, Bessie the retention of retail milk persons -
: Joyce Martin Delores
John William ,
Elsa
Lisle Benson, Ri. 1, would be available to help your total That Old MowerOn
) Acosta, Brenda Sue Lanoux, Mae ,Hawley, Charles Howard whose price fixing.
parked auto hit
was by
r'' Amanda persuade> firms to move to Florida stopping distance is A New TORO That
A.-
Ora
Madge-
Wynn, Gilford Louise Scott
Evelyn an unknown driver at 4:45 _
p.m. And Dickinson accused Karl whether the firms were in
-line Chaancy, all of Gainesville; Agnes Louise Lowry, Mark yesterday in the parking lot at Will Give You Many
of misrepresenting his views on Chicago, Detroit or New York.
Melba Jao ieline Tillis, Chief- Bowden Lewis, Annis Fay Stew- 47
S. Main St. and Second Ave. FEET
Interstate 95 More Years Of
highway construc Burns also said that he
land.Ethel Emma Smith, Mica- art, Robert Cecil Buckland, Julian Arndorfer, 1008 NE as gov- 0
Roena Osteen tion. He said Karl had suggested ernor would seek review of the
nopy Charncie Thomas King Tandy, III, Hen- Service-
.. 21st Ave., and Bill Jones, Diamond
Archer; Tom Cassels, Lochlobsa ietta Holmes, all of Gainesville Cab Co. driver at SW he didn't want to extend the trimester system of operationof If you begin braking In
road when actually he did. % of one second. Slower Prices Shirt At
.-i Mary Pirson McKenzie, state universities. reaction ,
; Patricia Dean Wynn, Archer; Second Ave. and Sixth St. at time increases stopping
Yankee Town; Mary Hester William A. Fitts, Sanford; 4:45 p.m. yesterday. Karl, in an answering tele- Scott Kelly said that some of distance. 8995
Zetrouer, Williston; _C h a des Blanche Desha, Waldo, Jeffrey Morton Goldstein, 1902 SW gram, told Dickinson that he his opponents were "running on u PWLuLatPth
I(,I, Harry.Berry, Dunnellon;. Patri- Eugene Williams, Worthington; 14th Ter., whose parked auto was glad the West Palm Beach a me, too" platform. Some of
-E Uu1Sei..aird, Cross City Lynn Allison Pigue, Cross City; was struck by an unknown driver candidate wanted to be on record -their 'campaign planks lifted DRIVE
;:=AEBames._ Brannon, Chief Mark Dallas'Pigue, Cross City; in the University Inn parking in support of its early com I from his program include oppo-
iandrZack Bridges, 'Windsor; Trow Howell, .LaCrosse; Betty lot at 3:15 p.m. yesterday. pletion. sition to the sales tax on groceries Cmt
i, Mrs. Silistine Suggs, Newberry; Ann Lantz, High Springs.DISCHARGED Daniel Lafayette Johnson Jr., and medicine, repeal of auomobile SAFELY
Mary Grace Dunn, Jackson keechobee, and Clarence E. Mathews said that Dickinson's tag increase and opposition .tJ t CHEMICAL COMPANY'S
ville; Louise. Rush Selph, Hawthorne Breed, Akron, Ohio, at the intersection "comic strip advertising makes to civil rights legislation, This information presented as r
., ."- Johnnie James, James Michael of State Road 24 and Florida the laughing stock of the Kelly said. a public service by the Gainesville GARDEN CENTER PET SHOP
Zr.:... -DISCHARGED Weaver, Mrs. Betty Sim- County Rd. NE 32B at 10 a.m. nation." He said he was In Daytona Beach, he. said Sun. 20 N.W. 16th Aye. Phone 376.2661
::1trs. ,. Smith and mons, June 0. Trent Mrs. Lena I yesterday. alarmed "to see how a serious that if the other candidates "are

-- --- Joseph Parag, Miami, at 1:30 matter like the selection, of a going to be my followers they'I I

w a.m. today eight miles north of governor for a great state is
1 WfPROfiF STRAIGHT WHSKY*ANCIENT AGE_OlST.I .co;FRAitxForn Iic Hawthorne on S.R. 200. treated at the mental level of
FIRE CALLS children."
.; X+s.alK.. ':q % I At 2:40 p.m. yesterday, auto Mayor Robert King High of,
'engine afire at SW 13th St. in
I the 3200 block.History .
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Silver Bullion = 'i -Th
Aa kr90vaYO.r.3S: a.v.. :tog ) 1 ODCE'S> stEAR 5OOOO-1mE WAI- 4.
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-- ye-.0s.! Y S a .';,w. +ie ax" M.. ( .?4. Profs j KAK7T' PKOTiCTS TOO: Qiyslw Corporation coofMmfly -. '.. '
warrants afl of fin foltowioc vital pens ef its 1964 cars
UF Truck Hijacked for 5 throe or 50.000 Bites,wbiclwvtr cones Cot.dorinc DONTMUMBLENEWi; '.
Represent which any sack parts that prow g3 and worimaIIsbJp WIll tw replaced or repaired at a Chrysler SPEAK UP
r'. Five professors in the University CHICAGO AP) Three rob- Motors Corporation AaUaortztd Duren place of basJausWltIIoIIt e
$ of Florida's Departmentof cbarte for nods parts W labon amino' block bad
bers truck loaded
hijacked a and totems parts Intake manifold, water Damp,transmission casa and .
w A r T.F r 7 .x Social Sciences will repre- with nearly three tons of silver latemal parts (exceptlng'mammal tkItcb). torque converter dri.s shaft.
sent 'the University at the Mis- bullion valued at $75,000 to llliversal Joints, rear aria IDeS differential and war wheel bearings.MAROIXAMCEi 1
REQUIRED De foUowtof aHitaaaac services art re- Y
1\\ sisippi Valley Historical Associ- $100,000 Wednesday.The Mired tinder the warranty change engwa oil vary 3 months or 4,000 ; ;
dies whlclltYll combs am replace oil tutu every second oil '
!
a ation in Cleveland, April 29-May
truck driver, Salvatore clang; clean cartlaretar filter every ti mouths and replace It S eq
2. Lavalle, 50, who was held captive every 2 years:.and every 6 moths finrnisa evidence of this ,.. : I
quired service to a Chrysier Motors Corporation Authorized Dealerand N "
The association is
a national
&yft by the robbers for' nearlytwo request Ua to certify receipt of sack evidence and roar .t-
., organization of professional hours, was within a few ea "smA up.Simple tracfe tor oca Important preUctrao. ..J ..:: .. '\
:P'
; tOrians. Dr. David Chalmers
of blocks from his destination
the University will participatein when he was met by the hijackers -
a roundtable discussion on I on the South Side. So '4
The Progressive Mind" during The '75 bars of silver were to } t
the four day annual meeting. have been delivered to a plant ", j!

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: HERE'S AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR YOU! "

, Read, every word.. of it! If you need new furnishings' for your home, Friday &
Saturday are the days to buy them. Come early! OX'S i is staging a 2-DA CLEARANCE -
SPECTACULAR, beginning at 9:00: Friday Morning.
Frankly, April business was anything but brisk. Anticipating more purchasing,
OX'S built up its stocks. A number 01 our factories inadvertently added 10 our
problem by shipping truckloads of merchandise early for us to properly ware-
house these goods Resulf-probably! the LARGEST OVERSTOCK CONDITION IN
:. many, many a spring season. This OVER ONE HUNDRED THIRTY THOUSAND DOL-
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LAR STOCK MUST BE REDUCED-and QUICKLY! Sample pieces, odd Bois, demonstrators -
one-of.a-kind, groups, broken lois, carpet remnants, discontinued pat-
: terns, and styles-plus current new goods thai we just plain "have too much ol"!
A tremendous variety PRICE SLASHED TO GO, GO, GO I IN!!

. Although we've room on this page 10 mention only a handful of the spectacular
buys, you'll find many more throughout (OX' 3 FLOOR BUILDING-the LARGEST
SELECTION OF HOME FURNISHINGS IN NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA. You'll find everyihing ':
for your home tarnishing needs from a footstool 10 some satisfying }
100" long sofas. Many of these will be MARKED QOWN.S0 DRASTICALLY we 1
dare not use comparative prices. Indeed, some are hard believe. though truth-
full t.
WANT SOME F'RINSTANCE EXAMPLES OF HOW MUCH YOU'LL SAVES Well, get out i
a pencil and check the foil oWing. 1)) 5 pc. glass lop wrought iron dinette 42"
:;- round, 49.95-2)) Hide-A-Way Sleeper in nylon. upholstery 119.95-3)) Genuine walnut ,
=_ 3 pc. bedroom,suite 99.95-4)) Berkline rocker recliner 9.95-S) Modern f am''
t sofa and matching chair 99.95-6)) Bassett 40"x60" extension table and 6
119.95-7)) Solid Cherry cabinet with drawer 29.95-8)) Italian Povincial sofa and
matching chair 149.95-9)) Temple Stuart 45" Maple bullet and hutch x29.9510)11"x45" ) .
scatter rugs 49c-11)) Colonial wing sofa and matching chair I 69.95-11)) ,
I T tuft back traditional sofa by Pullman 189.95-13)) Early American 6 pc. bedroom f
199.95-14)! ) Foam Bahama 'lounge with 2 bolsters 49.95-15)) Walnut I finished bar f I
47" wide 39.95-16)) Loose pillow-back sofa and matching chair in nylon upholstery I I
139.95-17)) Mahogany kneehole desk 49.95-18)) 'E.: B. Malone Twin size i 1'
mattresses climatized 29.95-19)) solid Maple sofa by Fox with reversible foam : !
cushion .Colonial) Upholstered wing chair 29.95. ', --_::-: :
CONVENIENT TERMS? Of course! With COX's 90 DAY PLAN you pay no carrying chargesi-or! take up to 36 '
Mo. to pay. LOOK FOR COX's Red'n White REDUCED TAGS throughout all 3 floors. No phone or mail orders, '
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:. HERE'S AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR YOU!
I. ". Read every word of it! If you need new furnishings for your home, Friday! &
Saturday are the days to buy them. Come early! (OX'S. is staging a 2-DAY CLEARANCE -
: SPECTACULAR, beginning al! 9:00: Friday Morning.
Frankly, April business was anything ,but brisk. Anticipating more purchasing, :
COX'S built up its stocks. A number 01 our factories inadvertently i added to our
problem by shipping truckloads of merchandise ,too early: for us 10 properly ware-
house these goods. Result-probably! the LARGEST OVERSTOCK CONDITION IN
many, many a spring season. This OVER ONE HUNDRED THIRTY THOUSAND DOL-
LAR STOCK MUST BE REDUCED-and QUICKLY! Sample pieces, add lots, demon-
strators;, one-of-a-kind, groups, broken lois, carpel remnants, discontinued pat-
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: terns, and styles-plus' current I new goods that we just plain "have too much of"!
A tremendous variety PRICE SLASHED TO GO, GO, GO !!

Although we've room on this page 10 mention only a handful of the spectacularbuys
you'll find many more throughout (OX'S 3 FLOOR BUILDING-the LARGEST
SELECTION OF HOME FURNISHINGS IN NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA1 You'll find ev- :
erything for your home furnishing needs from a footstool 10 some satisfying 't
100" long sofas. Many of these will be MARKED DOWN S-O DRASTICALLY we (
dare not I .use comparative prices. Indeed, some are hard believe. though truth- '
ful! i.
WANT SOME PRINSTANCE EXAMPLES OF HOW MUCH YOU'LL SAVE! Well, get out ;
a pencil and check the loll oWing. 1)) 5 pc. glass lop wrought iron dinette 42"
:T- round, 49.95-2)) Hide-A-Way Sleeper i" nylon. upholstery 119.95-3)) Genuine wal- f
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sofa and matching chair 99.95-6)) Bassell 40"x60" extension table and 6 chairs ,
119.95-7)) Solid Cherry cabinet with drawer 29.95-8)) Italian Povincia'i sofa and
matching chair 149.95-9)) Temple Stuart 4.5" Maple buffet and hutch 129.9510)11"x45" )
I scatter rugs 49c-11)) Colonial! wing sofa and matching chair169.9S-12)) ;
tuft back traditional sofa byPuliman: 189.95-13)) Early American 6 pc. bedroom !
199.95-14)) Foam Bahama lounge with 2 bolsters 49.95-15)) Walnut finished bar j I II
I 47" wide 39.95-16)) Loose pillow-back sofa and matching char, in nylon uphol- ; I
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By SAM McGARVEY a roar as they cut in their after- state commissioner of agricul Request 812.81 r Indusl I off 0.63

". -Sun Staff Writer burners, and then rose in a ture. 196.18 I Rails I off 0.92

STARKE An estimated 2,500 full-of-fish specta- steep climb. I Conner told the audience it J !_139.56 I Util I off 0.09
,tors the crowd of I was always a pleasure to return market quotations, 'I
got following
thrill of a lifetime yesterday when two The huge spectators (The 284.67 I Stocks I off 0.49
National Guard jets roared at low level over the Brad- were the guests of the Starke I home and then said, "So of are the requested Sun financial specifically page.The by 'quotaSTOCK. LISTINGS 4
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ford Fair Grounds at about Rotary Club's annual Rural- as I'm concerned, there are lions are furnished by Pierce. Nulbern. IIII 6,200,000 I Volume I 12,540,000Late
Th _____. 550 miles per hour. which includeda two big fairs in progress now- Murphey Investment Servicehera.1 I
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e excitIng event, one of program, I '

the first of the 14th annual General Charles F. Riggle. The I free fish-fry. the and one our's up here in New in'York Bradford City NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE CJuomaloy: _-..-......-. 151Cinerama 'l'i1go Electron 13% Morning

Bradford County Fair and Na- planes made' three In opening ceremonies con- County." 1- 9% Mort. Guaranty Ins. _......._ 29%

tional Strawberry Festival "passes"jover I Pacific SW Air ............ 46V4
ducted A. J. Thomas Jr.
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which opened yesterday, was the grounds, and on the], He extolled the roll of agr'culture Lab .....,,.'.. 2.40 37 Computer 22% Schlitz Brewing -.....-... 51% Listing
Cutler Labs A ....... _
introduced by assistant Adjutantaid last one, shattered the air with I Brad- in today's economy and Allied Cem ._ 1.80 5414Amerada 185 Secur. Life & Tr. ...-.- 52
then said, "Today, we have only Pt -- 2.00 81% Data Control 3814 Southern Nitro. 17% AllisChal 18Vi IntNick 78%
about 350 acres of strawberries Fulton lnds. ..-............:._ 9% Alcoa 76% IntPap 33%
Am Elc Pow 1.16b 41% Travelers Ins. ...._.. ---- 51%
here, as compared with 800- Amer Enka 1.40a 60% Gen Develop w 4% AmAir 46% Jones&L 72%

G. M. Reports Highest ,000 before the war, but we are Amer Home' 1.44a 66V4,Mackey Airlines 6% MUTUAL FUNDS AmBrk 52% KaisAl 39=%

Mead Johnson ,._...... .,.
producing more from those Amer M Fdy .90 21 20 AmBdPar 36% Ken'cott 82%
Affiliated Fund ._. ....._.. 8.691
Pac NW Tel .. ...., AmCan
acres. and making more Armco Stl 3.00 74% 23 43% Lig&My 79%

money." Atch Topka __ 1.20a 28% Philips Elec. ........... -_. 43% I Capital Life & Gr. 10.32 j AmCyan 63% Loch'd 333

Profits Ever Achieved > Conner congratulated those Bauch Lomb ._ 1.20 36% Redwing Carriers .......:, 12% Divers Growth 9.661! AmMot 16 Lorillard 46?'*

responsible for the fine straw- Baxter Lab .36 23% Ric Group 9 Dividend ,Shares _" 3.711 AT&T 140% Mag'vox 37Vi

-- berry.publicity program in New Beckman In 52% Sperry R. Wts. ......_.,...,, 7VSmtex Dreyfus 20.00 AmTob 32% MM&M 62

.- N r mJork u-lmra figure was the best for any in consumer income and, employ York City and- said Bradford Beech LfS ,.. .-_ 1.10 47% 65% Fidelity Capit .......... 11.23 Ampx Cp 15% Mohasco 13

By RICHARD RUTTER the company's history. The dol- ment, and vigorous economic activity -berries are making a hit at theWorld's Bristol My[ -._.. ,.80 65V4 Tampa Elc. .. .,... _._, 204 Fidelity Fund ........,...._ 17.61 Anaconda 43% Mons'to 74Ti
lar volume has been exceeded Fair. Brown Shoe 3.40 Tech Measur. ...,._,_...,, 18% Armour 49% MontWd 38%
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NEW YORK General Motors in general. TIVA Wts. .,._...,.. ., 20% Fidelity ACL 70tt NatDair 72%
Brunswich 10% -
Corporation only once before, by the $4.81 Other guests on the speaker's Fund'tal Invest ..........10.81
world's
gest manufacturing, big billion in the final quarter of In the first quarter General platform were: Charles Sawyer Cambell S ._ 2.40 36% Valspar- 8 Income of Boston ______ 8.40 Babcock 57% NatDist 27%

enterprise, 1963. Motors' plants produced 1,774- president ,of the Starke ,Rotary Carter Pdt l.OOa 19 Incorporated Inc. .. -,-.. 9.78 B&O 44 N.AmAv 47U
yesterday reported the largest Case J'I' ... ... 14 OVER mE COUNTER BethStl 35% Penney 52
Beside shattering all Club; Calvin Winters, executive Keystone K-2 ..._.. ._.. 5.60
733 and trucks record -
profits profits
ever achieved by an Am- I' cars a Cessna Air 1.00 26% Boeing 42V& PER 29%
maflR General secretary of the State Fair Com- Alice Land S-3 16.50
erican company. I' Motors in for a three-month period. Out Ches Ohio 4.00 71% 1% Keystone Borden 73% PepCola 51V4
:the mission; C. A. Roberts state Amer S-4 .._.._ 4.69
'| first quarter also set com- put in the 1963 quarter totaled Coas S Gas 32% Fidel Life -. 22 Keystone Brunswk 10% PhiLMor 81%
During the first quarter of :pany records in employment and representative from Union County Amer Heritage ... .,..,, 19% Life Investors ............. 21.10
1,511,855 unI t Within the CaterTr 59V4! PhillPet 50%
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C B _S .. ..... 1.80b 45
this year the automotive giant !payrolls. United States, G. A. factories ; Louie Wainwright, direCtorof Comb Eng -._._ 1.20 27% Amer Nat. Ins ..-._....-.. 22Amer Life Stock Fund .. ........ 8.11 Celanese 67 RCA 32%

rolled up earnings of $536 mil- i In announcing the latest re assembled 1,363,049 cars and Florida Division of Corrections Cone, Mills .80 18 P on'r Life ............. 6%' Moss Inv. Stock ______.16.29 Chrysler 44% RepStl 438'4
lion, equal to $1.87 a co moron ,sults Frederic ; Ed Fraser, secretary of Anheiuser' Bush __ ,...,.. 51% Mass. Inv. Growth 8.68
G. ComEd
Donner Revlon 34tt
trucks _during the latest period, Contl Airl ............ .40 23% 49%
share. That the State Senate James A. Griffin Pioneer Fund .. ..,,_..._. 9.58
was a of ; -
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i and John F., Gor- topping the previous firstquarter ContI Ins ._.._... 2.20 56% ContCan 47V4 ReyTob 46%
per cent over the profit of $414 don, president, said they were record of the National Guard; and Contrl Dat __ 87% Citizens Bank __ 35 Puritan Fund ..... ., -..._ 9.52 DowChe 70 StfcegP 32%
million production of 1,214- Miss Linda Huggins North Growth ... .,.. .. 9.45
Putnam
or $1.45 a share, regis- i"attained from the same combination 803 set in 1963.Worldwide Corn Pdts -. 1.50 63% Conn. Ll & Pow 39% duPont 256 Sears 106
tered in the like period of 1963. of factors that contribute Florida strawberry queen. Delta Air _._ 1.60 83% Cowles Mag & Pb. 13% TV & Elec. 8.04 EAL 34 Sinclair 45%

In the January-March periodof to the establishment of G. M. employment On being introduced, and Det Steel .60 14% Dun & Bradst. 66 Value Line Inc. 5.52 E.Kodak 128% Socony 76%

1964 G. M. 's dollar sales increased new sales and earnings recordsin in the first quarter of 1964 aver- thanked by Thomas for her helpas Emerson El 1.00 44% Firs West. Fine. 16% Wellingtonfund M.-. 14.98 Firestone 37% SouthnC 56%

15 per cent to $4.78 bil 1963. These were said to bea aged 683,680 and payrolls strawberry queen, Miss Hug Fair Camra .50g 26% Florida Gas ..... 11% FlaP&L ?% SperryR 15

lion. The figure was $4.14 bil- continued high demand for amounted to $1.17 billion. Both gins said, "I'm going to leave Jim Walter_____ 1.00 33% Fla. Nat'l Bank -611hF1a. ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS Ford 55% StBrand 74V4

lIon a year ago. The earnings G. M. products, high. levels figures were new highs for any town soon and I want you all Finanl Fed 56% Tel 267Forrest' Purchases ._.. 455,122 FrmstDa lOTi StO NJ 86%
of first quarter and compared with to know- how grateful I am to Fst Chartr 1.97f 39V4 Labs .., ...,,,,, 23* Short Sales 12,167 Frept Sul 35 Studebak 8%

average employment of 637,623 each one of you" for ,all you've Fla E Cst _._ 11% Founders Life ....... .. 9% Other Sales -..-..-... 423,390 FruehTr 30% Swift 46%

Bryant Admits Trimester and payrolls of $1.04 billion last done for me. Food ,Fair ... .... .90 22% Franklin Life 561h Total Sales .. ._._._ .. 435,557 GenDyn 25% Texaco 78%
Later, she said she- was leavng FMC Corp'- 1.00 56% Great Amer.,......_...-. 15'% GenE 82% Thiokol 14%
PREVIOUS DAY'SSTOCK
I year. to enroll asa student in Gen Tele .,.......r.. .88 33% Grolier 44'% GenFds 85% U Carb 124

Needs Improvements Employment In the U. S. in Dell School of Medical Tech- Ga Pacific l.OOb 65% Gulf Life .-..... 56% MARKET GenMills 37% UnitAirc 43%

the 1964 period was 358,340. nology, Ashville, N. C. Getty Oil ,...... .. .10g 25% Herff Jones T- 131h Advances _____________ 370 GenMtrs 83% UnFruit 20%

HOLLYWOOD (APGov.) These employes had average Following a brief ribbon Grace Co _._ l.OOb 53V4 Home Insurance ..-....... 65% Declines _. 728 Goodrich 54% US Steel 55

Farris Bryant said today he 'expanding 1 the state's educational I weekly earnings of $146.95 in cutting ceremony, the fair'was Heine Curt ............... .80 23% Jax Minit Mts. ,........_..-... 614 Total Issues 1,356 Goodyr 41% UnivMat 12%

"sympathizes" with candidates program. the latest period, compared with officially opened, and the IBM 5.00 575%' Kennawaw Life .. .....-,13, % Unchanged ....._... ........,..t 258 Greyhnd 56% WestEl 32%

for I "If there are solutions to $139.73 in the like 1963 quarter. throngs toured and inspectedthe Int Min C ....w..... 1.80a 71% Life of Fla _?.._.,_......,..... 5V New 1963-64 Highs __ 45 GulfOil 54% WinnDix 32%
campaigning tax reductionbut
said many of the world's j problems They worked an average of 42.3 hundreds of commercial, Int Tele .... ....... 1.00 56% Lowes Company 18' New 1963-64 Lows 44 IntHarv 70% Woolwth 83
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church
-they lie hours week with Kellogg .80a 41%
a compared
last enue Florida increases provided by the;in education," Bryant told the 41.7 hours in the like period of hibits. One innovation this year Lehman C- 1.34e 29% STOCK N Y S E Most Active Stocks
Legislature were for was sale of artificial straw-
Florida Litton In 1.98f 67%
Engineering Society atthe last FLASHESNEW
year. j i Comp. Vol. Close Changes
Diplomat Hotel. jI berry lapel'ornaments, and Lone S Cm 1.00 22% MARKET
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"If the United States is to survive The report to stockholders many of the visitors wore the Marsh Fid ____. 1,60 38 906,700 Tex Gulf Sul 56% up 4%

Child Care we must devise methods stressed the company's $2 billion -decoration in keeping with the Martin M _- ..w 1.00 18%i YORK (AP-The stock .4, rails off .8 and utilities I off 121,400 Curtis Pub 13% up 1%
theme of the festival.
for increasing the educational capital spending programfor McG Hill ...._. ... .60a 36% market "correction" continued
.1. 115,800 Am Mch Fdy 21 up %
Winners in
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1964 and 1965. This will be livestock judg Mead Corp 1.70 49Merck
opportunities for all in .
qualified mildly today active'trading.While
ConferenceTomorrov students. the largest sum ever spent for ing were: Tom Edwards, who ,.... ....._. 2.00a 113% list continued The Dow Jones industrial av- 113,900 Sperry Rd 15% off %
bowed_the grand champion Angus Natl Airl the gen- at off .63' 112,000 Studebaker 8% up %
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"Florida cannot wait for others plant and equipment in a two- 46V4, erally lower, some stocks ad- erage noon was at -
bull, and Lucian Conner, N Y Cent 812.18. Gulf Oil 55 1
33%
to pioneer educational methods -year period, In addition, G.M. who .50g vanced against 'the genera 84,300 up
won reserve honors in that
r ," he said in championing will continue' to spend about event Maurice Edwards grand Nia M Pow 2.00 51% trend. An attempt at a rally got Among the coppers, Kenne- 82,400 Chrysler 44% of 1
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the controversial i$600 million a year for special Norfolk W 6.00 127% under way in mid-morning but it cott advanced more than a 74,100RCA 32% off %
trimester
heifer and
champion Angus No Ind P S ...._.. 1.48 56%
Representatives of county and courses of study at state uni- tools; to bring out new models. Walter Prevatt, reserve champion No Nat Gas _? 1.80 52 faded. point. 51,100 U S Steel 55 off 2

state organizations are scheduled versities. Holland Odliam in that class; B. E. Reddish, Olin Math 1.20 44% :Texas Gulf Sulphur, after Bethlehem Steel was a fractional 47,800 Gen Motors 83% up %
to meet in Gainesville tomorrow "The trimester needs who both and dropping a couple of points in loser. U. S. Eteel eased.
program won grand reserve Owens H G 2.50 97 44,000 Xerox 94% off 1%
morning to discuss but have honors in the early trading wiped out the Losses of about a point were
improvement we a responsibility Lock Horns championships Pac G & E _._ 1.00 32
Natomas 9% off %
problems inherent with day shown by Zenith, Polaroid and 42,000
to give our educa- Charolaise event. Pac Lting 2.40 59% loss and moved to a net gain of
care of young children. tors our full support as they attempt On Rights Bill County Agent George Hugginssaid Pac T & T 1.20 30% about a point. Curtis Publishing Air Reduction. 41,200 Rey Tobacco 46% off 2%
Callahan 8% %
Sponsored by the county of- to increase the educational the staging of the live- Pan Amer A 1.20 70% rode along with it, advancing Rails and airlines were narrowly 40,000 Mng up
fice of the State Departmentof THE ASSOCIATED PRESS stock show under the direction more than appoint. mixed. Jersey Standardwas 33,500 Am Motors 16 unch
opportunities in Florida. By was ,Parke Dav 1.00 28%
Pac Pet 12Vi off %
Public Welfare, the conference Spessard L. Holland and Brail- of'his assistant, Bobby Lee Pennzofl ._......... 2.00 74% General'Motors added a full a fractional loser in a 38,500 Pan Amer 70% off 3

will host some 50 dele- ey Odham, who seeks Holland's Taylor, and that Taylor did an ,Perkin El ...._...... 39% point. slightly lower oil group. Lossesin 38,500
gates from local civic clubs, De Gaulle TIUllorNonCancerous Democratic Senate seat, locked outstanding job. 'Pfizer .: .80a 48, The auto group was mixed, the cigarette stocks were Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks

groups, and industries who will horns again today on the meritsof Last night, a stage band con- Phelps Dg ....... 3.00 69% however, and the trend was fractional. Volume Close Change

share information on the child the civil rights bill. cert was presented by Bradford 'Polaroid _._........ .20 152% lower for: steels, oils, rails, Prices were general! loweron
care problem with State agen- chemicals, tobaccos and drugs. the American Stock Ex-1:202,900 Peruvian Oils 1% up %
Odham told party workers he High students under the direc- Pub. Sv E G 2.60 77%

cy delegates. PARIS (AP) President is for a speedy end to the filibuster ion of Eldon W. Mathews. Following -Pure Oil .-.._.._. 1.60 43% Coppers were mostly higher. change. 122,000 Nuclear Cp Am 2% up Vi
"Gainesville has a higher per- The Associated Press aver Corporate bonds were mixed. 100,800 Syntex Corp 65% off 4%
Charles de Gaulle's operation against the bill. He said the concert, a strawberry Rayonier 1.00 36%
centage of working mothers than two weeks ago was for the removal -the filibuster was "a waste of auction and recipe con- RexaU ....w...,.:...... JOb 44V4 age of 60 stocks at,noon was off U.S. govern. lent bonds moved 39,800 Tel-A-Sign 3% up %
most areas of the state, and we of a tumor from the time and is tearing this country test was held. Reyn Metl .50 39% .5 at,301.8' 'with t industrials off slightly higher. 28,000 Magellan Pete 1% up %

feel that our solutions might prostate gland, his physicians a part.." Today is Colored School Chil Rich Men 1.00 47%

benefit other counties or organi- disclosed today, saying the tu- Odham said "Sen. Hlland is dren's Day at the fair from noon R C Cola 1.20 68% .'

zations" faced with similar prob- mor was not cancerous. doing a real disservice to this until 6 p.mOther events scheduled Roy Dutch 1.73g '44% -YOUR MONEY'S WORTH -. ., .
lems, Miss Estelle Long, dis- The medical bulletin, describing country and Florida by preach- include a fashion show, a Searle Gd .90 58% ;

trict director ol the welfare the 73-year-old president's ing' the gospel of second class band concert, chorus and talent Singer .....-,-...,??-. 2.00 88
department, said this morning. contest other exhibitions Smith Kin 1.20a 61%
condition as excellent, was issued citizenship for Negroes on this plus ,
Slated to run from 10:00: ajn as he left Cochin Hospitalfor civil rights issue." all by students of RJE High Sou Cal Ed 1.05 31 Consumer Swindles
to o'clock the local wel-
3:00 at
:
School. St Oil Cal 2.00 65%
Elysee Palace. Holland said it is-essential to
fare office, the meeting was Pete Novak St. Oil Ind ,.,, 2.oob 73%
The bulletin said: "General defeat the bill "to avoid grantingthe Last night, one
with
planned hv Miss Lon; the de Gaulle was operated on 13 power for such totalitarian. of the fair officials, announcedthat Sterl Drug _._ .65 27% r
of Marshall Dutton and Dr. days for tumor i by special request, another Texas Util 1.20 57% '
f ago a prostatic practices as 'thought control. EARN AT HOME Sylvia Porter :
Edward Byrne.Conference discuss which histological examination Holland cited a portion of the' day has been added to the fair Textron 1.40 41% By : i J

delegates will and that it will be Tidewater ,,.,... 33%
showed to be benign. There schedule : *
bill as giving the attorney There is Big
and survey statewide facilities gen-: Trans W A 37 I One of the most insidious and bring in orders. In a typical, cal ad says:
were no complications. Genera! eral carte blanche to "read our open Sunday afternoon from l bullfrogs. Startin
,
in raising
for children under six, Union Pac 1.60a 41% fastest-growing gyp ache m e s case, a home worker spent $1 Money
de Gaulle is 1:30 to 6:30.Farmers.
without
and note how Alachua county recovering minds, decide what we may be Und Air L 1.50b 55%; flourishing in the nation todayis for instruction, $5 for 250 postcards your backyard. We furnishbreeders
incident and without and
any about to do, and take preventive and instructions
compares. ._. .. the "work-at-home" racket $10 for postage. Total i
change in the convalescent Upjohn ._._. 1.00 51% "
"The State Welfare agency period action. Honor War Lamb .70 29% Inquiries and complaints are profit on two orders: $2. Loss: buy what you raise.

will hold similar meetings in already foreseen and is leav- The senator said the attorney Worthintn ..., 1.50 39% pouring into Better Business $14. i Catch: Breeders are excessively -

other counties during May, but in state the/' hospital in excellent general practically s pea k i n j g Truman On Xerox ..._..--...., 94% Bureaus across the U.s. at a Scheme: Assemble at home priced, potential profitsare

Gainesville happens to be the could not do all this himself. Zenith _ 1.20a 75%! record clip, dwarfing the totals anything from bow ties to gar grossly exaggerated and
first," Miss Long noted. last year An estimate is artificial flowers animals bought back must be
80th ters, fish lures to
Birthday AMERICAN STOCK that this racket alone will bilkus and "in a healthy and marketable
enormous piece-
Folk Festival reap
Tomorrow
Record Set EXCHANGEAerojetGen out of more than $500 millionin work condition." Of course, they nev-
profits.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (AP)
1964. er are so judged by a gypster.
-In his 1949 inaugural address, 33% Catch: Promoter offers no the fine print
"Reputable try and frequently
newspapers
By IIarchGas To Spotlight State's Cities Harry S. Truman proposed four Analex Corp ...y 29% to screen misleading advertis- employment Instead, he's sell I you never read stipulates the

major courses of action for his Aqua Chem.-. 16% ing out of their columns, but ing instructions and, in all prob- animals must be skinned and

WHITE SPRINGS Scoresof Craftsmen will weave, quilt, administration.The Aurora Plastics .._._..._. 345' these work-at-home schemes do ability, exhorbitantlY priced I butchered before they will be

TaxTALLAHASSEE Florida cities, towns and tat, cook, whittle sew and make last of these, known as Barnes Engineer .,..,.w:.. 21%I slip too frequently into the un- equipment and pre-cut mate- bought.So .

(AP) Gas- communities will be representedat oddments of many kinds. Point IV started an increasingly Butler Shoe 8% policed classified columns of rials. He has no intention of buy- the frauds go appealingto

oline taxes $13.3 million the 12th annual FloridaFolk .I I successful program of agri- some pulp magazines and news- ing the goods you make unlessthey're the poor and lonely, feeding
topped The programs will be held at cultural, technical and industrial papers. The tragedy is that they "up to standards" and, on the fact that there are legiti-
during March the highest Festival which starts tomorrow
British Buses
10 ajn., 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. on al to underdeveloped na- are aimed at those most gullibleand of course, they never are. Often, mate deals for making money 1
monthly collection in the historyof and continues through Friday and Saturday, concluding tions. least able to afford ,any financial 'victims spend hundreds of dollars -I I at home. Here are the most obvious ,
the tax and than 7
more
Sunday at the Stephen Foster Due in Cuba loss or disaoDointment! on heavy equipment at earmarks of the fraudu- I
per cent above the same month with a Sunday performanceat Friday. Truman will be bon- inflated prices in the
Memorial on the Suwannee Riv- lonely widows,, shut-ii.3, re- I grossly lent scheme t
last J.troopDirector...... er. 3 p. m. Much of the latter I ored by the Farmers of America MIAMI (AP) The first of tired people and housewives belief that the promoter will "Misuse by advertisers of i
J. Ed Straughn of the will be made of for his contributions to agri- furnish enough work to cover I
up 'religious 450 British-built buses will reach desperately trying to supple- help wanted tfobimns to offer :
Florida Revenue Commissionsaid There will also be outstanding culture. I the equipment costs. Such work offer of home
Wednesday the collection music, including spirituals Cuba in June, Havana Radio ment the family's,income. or imply the em- |
performers from Georgia North chants and choral singing. The tribute beginning with a The schemes range from never materializes and you'releft ployment when in fact the ad- t
brought to $117.8 million the total said
today. with heartache and a debt
mushroom-growing to bootie- a vertiser is selling something, |
Carolina Pennsylvania, Missouri luncheon coincides with
for the 10 months of the cur- noon ,
Produced the Fos-
by Stephen I to a finance "
payable company.
Here is a sampling of not hiring. |
80th The buses plus of knitting.
rent fiscal He said that and Montana accordingto the former president's quantities
year. ter Memorial Commission as- Scheme: Clip at
forms makingthe newspapers -A of huge profitsor
the most promise
was well above the $111.5 million Boltin birthday next Wednesday.A sPare parts-were ordered to common
Thelma A. program sisted by the Florida Federation rounds today along with I home, earn $75 a week selling big part-time earnings.A .

collected during the first 10 director at the State of Florida of Music dubs and the message from President shore up Cuba's rickety public the "catch" in each, case and local press mentions to individuals profusion of vague "testi

months of the last fiscal year. music shrine. I Stephen Foster Folklore Guild, Johnson will be read by Orville transportation system. They rep- rules for spotting_outright gyps. and companies at $1 to $5 monials" to the deal

He predicted the tax would top the gala springtime even t L.. Freeman, the' secretary of resent an $11.5 million deal between Scheme: Address postcards at apiece. I -A requirement! that you buy
$140 million the 12 said that seven
during Boltin :
Miss draws thousands of Flor-
many the Catch "Instructions" cost instructions and
Fidel Castro government home. Promoter furnishes "ev- : up expensive
June months 30,from 1964.Straughun July 1, 1963 to programs are scheduled. Among idians and South Georgians, plus I Reds Prepare and Leyland Motors Corp.of erything." Earn $50 a week. to $15 (often shoddy, badly I I equipment even before the-

attributed the in- those on the various programsare an increasing number of tour England.Six Catch: promoter is set!i n g"fnstructions" mimeographed, unprofessional), promoter gives you details of t
ists. Between 1,500 and 2,000 per-: subscribe to the the deal ,
Fete and must
Indians not offering
Seminole whip
.! May Day you I
crease to a record winter tour-
sons on the stage as participants. Leyland employes went to I
appear
also
You Ask this
youself
key question
the fact yourself.
I
ist movement, good motoring crackers, harmonica and fiddle I Cuba to set employment despite newspapers
MOSCOW AP-Red streamers up shop. the must find own markets before you invest time or
weather, increases in populationand experts, spiritual and folk ( that he lures you through your more I'
motor vehicle registration There is no charge for.attend-! decorated Moscow today in Havana Radio quoted one of help-wanted columns. If you'rea for your clips. I ey: Does the promoter want

more highway hauling because': singers, straw beaters, a water trig the programs, other than preparation for May Day, the them, Alfred McNamara, as, "double victim," you'll pay Scheme: Raise animals -,: you to work for him or does He I

of the railroad strike, and no witcher a musical,saw player, the usual gate fee for entrance big Communist celebration that saying the transaction staved for postcards as well as instructions. bull frogs, foxes, minks, mus- want to sell you something!

widespread freeze damage to rope jumpers, folk and square into the 243-acre Stephen Foster' stems from a strike in Chicago. off unemployment for hundreds You make money only if krats, etc. at home and sell Your honest answer will be your l

citrus and agricultural products. dancers and many others. Memorial Soviet tanks and rockets will of British workmen. j the cards you send actually them for fabulous profits. Typi1 best protection f.

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I ther plant. Like humans, i Jax Committee For Integration ...
I Effective you've got to coddle the new
( ((6ttinesuilleMun{ Hedge-Watering plant. This means checking to JACKSONVILLE (AP) The motel and restaurant-0. 1 ors flt! '7

Ii' < see that the newly dependent biracial committee created during I cooperation to It f e economIc -

plant is furnished with plentyof the violence of last month or other problems tilt

: FARM Takes: Generous GardenerBy food and water. recommended Wednesday the!may ars,."

> Rutledge Pearson state and
-. When the new plant Is doing integration of all public accommodations ,
well, give it a new home. As in Duval County. local president of the National
HERVEY SHARPS used in replacing stunted or lags[ from climbing roses, are you know, it is hard to keep Association for the Advance-
: & GARDEN Agricultural Extension Service dead plants. ideal. Place the stickers every two housewives or two plants The chairman was directed to ment of Colored People, attended

Watering a hedge is like If rain is inadequate to few inches where the prowling happy in the same home. send city'and county govern-i the meeting and said that he
spanking a child you've got "make the moisture 'meet" every animal is likely to invade the mental units copies of rec and 15 other Negroes who re-
Now is the time to get readyto
to do a good job to be effective. week or 10 days, then soak plant bed, then at intervals of softwood c u t- ommendation.The signed April 17 have rejoinedthe
the roots with water from the a foot or so on the rest of propagate committee offered hotel, committee.
Teasing a dry, drooping hedge hose. Soak the soil to a depthof the bed. .,Short lengths of barb- tings. You will have best luck I
600 Due for UF'sBeef with a dust settling I dole 'of 5 to B inches. ed wire are a substitute for with cutting between now and!'
water is not preventing trou- the first of June.
Fido' TracksIt thorny clippings. '
ble but is merely postponing it. is exasperating to find thata I Usually the errant dog smells You should have a cuttingbox : ; -
which be contain-
It is agreed that miserly ap- night prowling pooch has .danger and won't endanger his can box-fixed any to _I'
Short CourseBeef plication will keep the water gamboled up and down the full feet or your prized plants; er-preferably a Scale the

bill low and the hedge leavesas length of a newly planted flower therefore, you can't be accusedof box give to good fill drainage.needs, but be ; '
green and as crisp as the' bed. Since it appears that being cruel to dumb ani your
that it is not too Six
imports, the feedlot performance I will be among the speakersin dollar bills you save. But stingy I the exhilarating feel of soft mals. inches sure is deep.deep. FOR
plenty
of bulls versus steers, this group along with Cush- watering during droughts earth attracts the mutts, you Azaleas When the cutting COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
and the financial aspects of man R a d e b augh, immediate brings roots within the top inch! have to defend newly dug flower Rooted azalea limbs are like medium planning remember to
livestock production will be past president of the American of the soil. 1 beds with something not so most young brides-they do to, in the get bottomof some
three of the main topics of the National Cattlemen's Association best when separated from their gravel use DISTRICT AT LARGE
Later, plants may succumb I
the box. The
cutting gravel
13th annual Beef .Cattle Short Orlando. indirectly, perhaps, because of soft.After transplanting those mother's apron strings. There- will insure adequate drainage.II O Interested in schools
Course at the of 35 will be fore azaleas. II I and better roods in a -
University More than subjects shallow roots. dime-a-piece plants, try protect. inspect your Many media can be used,
Florida,May 7-9. covered during the short course So, often you'll pay triple the ing them with lengths of If you discover a rooted such as sand, 50-50 mixture of I Alachua County
More than 600 cattlemen from which will open with''registration cost of water you should have thorny rose clippings. Prun-limb, cut it loose from the mo- 'sand and peat, vermiculite or I If elected, I promise
every section of Florida are at 8:30: a.m. on May 7. In similar materials. to
serve Alachua County with honest
expected to attend the short addition to the all-day meet Before putting the media in efficient and businesslike an ,

course which is normally one.ings, sessions will be held at LivestockMkt. the box be sure that it is ster- administration.
of the largest held on campus.!night. ile. Sterilize the medium in the

The Florida Agricultural Experiment Out-of-state speakers will in- Down EarthIn oven ,by heating at about 250
to
Station clude R. S. Universityof
Agricultural Temple, degrees for one-half hour to
Extension Service and the College Tennessee, Knoxville; LouisM. hour.

of Agriculture sponsor the, Smith, director, Livestock i one and
Newly purchased peat
Levy County
event and Livestock Products( Division vermciulite should be sterile

Dr. T. J. Cunha, head of the Foreign Agricultural and this heating is un-
Animal Science Departmentand Service, USDA; Harry Gayden, Alight cattle sale and a very necessary. But before process it is reused e .
director of the short executive secretary, American light hog sale, due to bad Bj LEONARD COBB however, it ;should be e
course, said that this year's I Brahman Breeders Association weather, were reported this Agricultural Extension Service sterilized.
meet "will emphasize the busi- Houston, Texas; E. H.
-
week at the Gainesville Live- .
ness aspects of ranching." :Cobb, University of Hawaii An- The nog cholera eradicationprogram business leaders from throughout -
Among the topics in this area ;imal Science Department head; stock Market is well under way in' the state will join members -

will be: Should I incorporate my and'Alfredo Sacasa, Nicaragua, A total of 589 head of cattle Florida. During the past year,''I of the University's agri- r

ranch business?; methods of Central America. I was sold Monday, with al 74 cases have been investigated cultural research extension and TOMORROW

transferring ranch property to I Animal Science Department the stocker: cattle weak to $1 low- in 32 counties in Florida Involving teaching programs for the first
heirs; planning the beef opera- faculty presiding over 8,166 swine. Thirty-seven of of nine conferences to plot the
will include Dr. er. The Federal-State Market
short
tion for maximum income tax course
these ,cases were confirmed by course of Florida's agricultureover
Cunha Dr. Marvin Koger,' an- News Service all
benefits; anti recommended financial ; reported
diagonistic laboratory as cho! the next 10 years.A .
records for a cattleman imal geneticist; Dr. A. C. War- slaughter cattle selling steady, era. A total of 342,894'swine J .
to keep. nick, animal psysiologist; Dr. compared with last week. were vaccinated against hog series of meetings has See and HearFlorida's
Another subject high on the R. L. Reddish, associate Extension -, been scheduled to lay the
Interest list will be beef import- meats specialist; and Cattle prices Monday: cholera, as compared with 222- groundwork for this program.A .
ing and exporting.. Commissioner Dr. James F. Hentges, assoc- 331 in 1962. prominent state or- national t Leading Candidatefor
Steers and heifers Choice,
of Agriculture Doyle Conner iate animal nutritionist Iron shots have caused some leader will serve as dinner )F 9 i.
212521.50; good, $19.2520.25; ; condemnation of hams in hogs !speaker at each of the meetings. $ ,., :.. Governor
standard. $17.75-19 $15-
; utility.
I due to late injections, usually on !
17.75; stockers, 132050. a few ,doing hogs on feed. The commodity meetings will 'x.
Gilchrist j Cows These poor shots given at 2 to 4 be held in McCarty Hall auditorium -
CountyAgents Utility, $14.75 15.-
;; with the first, on May .
and at two weeks 4
again I
25; cutters, 127514.75; stockers days 13-14, devoted to citrus, subtropical 2:30 P.M.
10751675. of age should be adequate to .
: fruits decidous fruits
CornerBy ; ; carry pigs to market. ,
Calves Choice, none; good, small fruits and nuts.
185022.25; standard, $18-20; SOYBEAN price support has
Dairying will be taken at
JIM YELVINGTON utility, $16-18; stockers, 1423. been set at $2.25 per bushel up CHANNEL 4Ip"
meetings on May 1415.
This is a crop we in Levy County -
Extension Service
Agricultural Bulls-Utility, $17.50-18; cutters should look into. New varie- The Operation: DARE; .maat.ings ............-
;114-17, stockers,_ !1 .1R._.
--b I 75. T-- -- ties have been adapted t hatshow on all phases of Florida's WJXT-TV

The directors of the Gilchrist! included in the Agricultural Act a lot, of promise. One of agriculture have been scheduled

County Cattlemen's Associationwill of 1964 contains several provis Because of rainy weather, these is Hardee, a new variety through June 23.
meet tomorrow at 8 p.m. ions that Gilchrist County farm- only 131 head of hogs were sold released by the Agricultural Florida citizens interested in f

in the county agent's office in ers may want to consider. The'Tuesday, compared to 358 last Experiment Station We are try- the future of agriculture are invited HAYDON BURNSPd.
Trenton. Members other than program provides that partici- week. Butcher grades were Ing this variety in Levy Coun- to attend these meetings.LEGAL ,
directors are also encouragedto pating farmers can qualify for around 25 cents lower. Good. ty this year.OPERATION. NOTICE
attend if possible. price support loans, marketing feeder pigs were strong, sellingfor NOTICE TO ALL CREDITORS not re-
certificates with a cash value up to 1925. DARE; the responsible for any debts unless Incurred .
.
Adv.RACKINGACHING
Business to be discussed in. and payments for diverting University of Florida's new program (3284) lr., r2f'2I: Charles 29 30; 5'i' Manlon j
cludes State Cattlemen's Association cropland to an approved con Hog prices Tuesday: to develop agricultural resources -

programs plus any ideas servation use. No. 1's and 205 effectively, will be
((180-200 240)),
members of the county',association officially launched on May 13, I
$14.25 No. 2's, $13.75 No.
wish to advance for the action A wheat farmer who wants to ; ; Dr. E. T. York Jr., Universityof SAVE VOUR, BACK!
of the county association. take part in the new program 3's, $13; No. 4's, ,$12.50; No. for I
must declare his intention and 5's, $12; No. 1 ro's, $11.50; Hy Florida provost agricul

DAMAGED LOQUAT TREES sign an agreement at the County ro's, $11.40; No. ,,,1 h'ys,. $13; ture, announced.
feeders, up to 1925.; Prominent agricultural and I II
Most of the loquat or Japanese ASC Office. The sign --uo ne- I
plum teees in Gilchrist rind extends through May 15.:

County have shown a dying A producer who signs up and 11I 1
back of of the this
some twigs carries the
,out program provis- "
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die completely. This dying support loans on all wheat pro- NOTICETO w
back is probably due to one or duced. He also can receive mar-
more of the following factors LAWN-BOr
keting certificates based on the
late freeze, fireblight disease or normal
production of acres of PILLSBURY'S GRAND NATIONAL
zinc deficiency. Also, borers wheat for harvest. Two kinds of
may be a contributing factor in certificates will be used. One BAKE-OFF CONTEST ENTRANTS

some cases. 'will have a value of 70 centsa

Peeling of bark, especially at bushel and the ther a value of

the bottom of the tree trunk, indicates 25 cents a bushel.

freeze damage. Fir e-I A farmer qualifies for price Pillsbury-General Electric withA WAY

blight causes dying u back ofbranches."Shot ,support loans and marketing

holes" in the certificates by producing within .. .
tree trunk indicate borers. Bor- his farm wheat allotment, producing Essay Contest w FINGERTIP EASE
ers usually are secondary to a within wheat allotmenton
weakening of the tree by adverse other farms in which he has
climatical factors, disease -,
interest and within
an producing
or mechanical in j jury ; > f .r ; ."-'-. "
allotments for other ); "f' OJ' : {
which weaken the tree. acreage his farm. He also SUBJECT: Why I would like to own a {;
I crops on must :: / :
My suggestions for treatment I divert an acreage equal to 11.11 :; ;:;M:1 o FINGER-TIP! ; STARTING. :.1 ?; :

of Loquat trees in our county' percent of his wheat allotmentto General Electric Americana Range with So" easy,you'hardly believe It A light JjJt(:*.: ,, 3

are: conservation use as well as I 'a'quick flip of the'starterjn.ob: with i your k' 1'1:1,
"
1. Prune all dead maintain the farm's normal a Self Cleaning Oven. ..
out wood
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; fingers! ,and. LAWN. -BqXrygl1e! starts -' v. '1"/'"
and burn conservation use base. He will ?
pile 2. Any cuts the same.size of a quarter receive payments for diverting '. !tnstantJ/. } ;.,World's t cosies* staitilip. 'power. $' mt:.. 1; .'}

or larger should be treated this acreage.In 1. Only contestants In the Pillsbury Bake-Off ; t i '. : .
with an asphalt base pruningseal. Contest who customers of Florida Power Cor -,. N .d.. ::_:;."s lr <:: s.H : : ..w.KryyL
addition to the minimum
) of the poration are eligible.
diversion of 11.11 percent
3. If borers are present, spray farm's wheat allotment, the "l @ FINGER-TIP
HANDLING
2. 14 1q.
trunks thorougly with a BHC- producer can divert up to 20 The essay shall be between 200 and 250

cooper spray- BHC to kill bore per cent more wheat acreageor words, typewritten or legibly written. r .; Lightest weight, perfectly balanced, easiest to handle.

ers, and copper to protect ( 15 acres, whichever is larger I Ikj Magnesium alloy housing is ultra light, strong, vibration-
3.
against disease. The be accompanied by a duplicate %
) to conservation use. If the essay-MUST free. Hi-Lo safety handle adjusts to operator's comfort.
4. Spread a pound of zinc sulfate allotment is 13.5 acres or less, copy of your official filled-In Pillsbury Entry
to each large tree (less to 1k \
Form. 8
smaller ones). This be!the entire allotment can be diverted FINGER-TIP BAG ATTACHMENTBig

mixed with fertilizer or may dissolve! this. A and farmer other complyingwith program 4. All I essays become the property of Florida \ tt U\ \ -W1 Big grass/leaf catcher bag snaps on and off-no tools.

ed in water. Three to four provisions will receive diver- Power Corporation. Empties from back opening. Mower converts In secondsfor
pounds of a 6-6-5 or 8-8-8 fertilizer conventional
sion payments. onto-lawn clippings discharge.
are recommended for a 5. Decision of the fudges Is final.' .
very large tree. I Gilchrist County farmers can j 6
FINGER-TIP ADJUSTMENT
HEIGHT
For further information receive more informati o-n 6. Employees of Florida Power Corporation and fe .S

please call your county agent. about the wheat program at the 3eneral Electric Company and their immediate I S \ S Adjustable for 6 cutting"levels-1 to 3 Inches-no tools..

WHEAT PROGRAMThe County ASC or Extension Of- families may not enter this contest. ,I \ : Two cutting speeds for normal or high heavy grass.
voluntary wheat program fices.I l
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7. All entries must be postmarked no later than .
EASY TERMS e
midnight May 31, 1964. They are to be sent to ?

14 i ANNUAL n Home Service Department 3 b{ USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE
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Florida Power Corporation j of Outboard Marine
--- A Product Corp.
Bradford County Fairj P. O. Box 14042 j
Makers of JOHNSON EVINRUDE
St. Petersburg, Florida 33733 jI j
k I OUTBOARD MOTORS
'and 1st NATIONAL 8. The author of the best essay In the opinion of !

': AE2> ,- > : JSStrawberry the fudges will receive a General Electric Amen- I _, v .....N.-f' ./ :' _

FestivaP cana range-model #J786Y. : VA'CUUM SW EPS GRASS'CtiPPING5.LEAVES.. i 1 I1E.JRlsltna: .al '
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29th thru May 2 FLORIDAPOWER j I.

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ARE IIIAIyITHEP qe5I'AJt15T C MSIN5 Mt( ifo AFKAJD.THDUSH.OF (OlHATaJlLHAff ( [ ...5UN5 {iNE.
''.' 1 R1rl HAIR..I'M 5G\KiNG IT DOWN NiH()EN r GET OOT IN THE_

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t' ,. Beverly Hills Calif.. 90212. and J Fl1 &? h

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DEAR ABBY: I am 20 years old and have three kids. My in-law has asked me to call her "Mother." I don't want hard MUCH KOMLAW \ THET'TWO MILLYUN WHY" CAI N'TNAVE USrl
oldest will be three in February. My husband and I are sep feelings, but.I'm not the insincere type. Should I force myself ON WHUT'5 YORE DEATH?THASS, K" KT"5 BOTH!!

arated and we are getting a divorce. I met this other man, to call her "Mother"? NEW f aM 5 MINE!! !
Abby. Helives across the street from me and we have been TROUBLED f r r 4

seeing each other.I He is a good,man, and I love him. My e .... lz 1a tL A" '.l lI ;
Can A
DEAR TROUBLED her "Mom. Meanwhile
: scan't ,l
problem is that he loves me and my two children, but he
hoping you become mother soon. Then jon can get around I 14 I
stand my oldest son. He says if I give this boy to his
her "Grandma.through. ." ,
calling
your problem by
father, he will marry me as soon as my divorce comes
I just can't see myself giving away any of my *
children. I asked my mother and she I agreed with him.DEAR ABBY: A few months ago a very dear friend of Q tr z ..

Now I am turning to you. mine passed away. Shortly afterwards her daughter brought
YOUNG MOTHER me a large box of her mother's clothes as we were about the :: g: "/ i CBtt.

DEAR YOUNG: A "good" man would not ask a mother same size. Abby, my friend had lots of lovely clothes and ;; __ 440

to give away :one her children. Nor would a "good" man I could surely use them as we have a large family and my
find a three-year-old too much to "stand." Don't rush into a husband hasn't worked steady for a long time due to illness.
second marriage with this man, or any other'or you will find But I keep thinking, what if I should meet the poor husband NOMA'AM! L GOODY!!VE CAN ANT l II.
yourself 21 years old with TWO failures. or one of the children on the street, and they saw me wear- JUGHA1D THOUGHT\ ALL SHE WANTS 1 DO SOME CHORES
ing their dear mothers' clothes. Would it not give them a w YE WUZ 601WOVERTO )TO DO IS SET It'' FER ME GIT SOME SCISSORS

DEAR ABBY: I recently married a young man who has heartache? I wouldn't; hurt them if I had to go around t:..... SAMANTHY'S HOUSE ,/ AN'CUT OUT r AN' PAPER PER ME!!

two married brothers. Their wives call their mother-in-law in rags. Do you think I really ought to wear these things? -N THEM PAPER DADBURN DOLLS s

"Mother." I saw my mother-in-law only twice before I mar- FRIEND Q.U1 (

ried her son, and she is still a comparative stranger to me, DEAR FRIEND: The daughter, I am sure expressed v -.
so I find it impossible to call her "Mother." I simply avoid the feelings of the entire family when she brought the clothes I 171 'Qc- '

calling her anything. My own mother is still living and I to you. Wear them with the assurance that you are doing the 1 1rg .

can't bring myself to call anyone else."Mother." My motherright thing. t > .
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Oh Go to .wc 1{ ,
Sleep : f fi ,
BUT I DO LONE .. w' AIL THE NK PHRASES IK LIFE ARE i
.YOU,DEEDtE. THREADBARE, AND TRITE, DANE-! LIKE
I5KT FT CRAZY,DARLING, V CRAry. TOO.U WISH SOMEBODY [WELCOME HOME!* AND 'WOL DONE!"...
1 WHEN MTRE IN LOVE-HOW CORNY\ fl !" I
HOWL CAN PUT ( HAD INVENTED A WAY, AND 1 LOVE YOU c ,,
-- = SONS C/RK3-AND GREETING CARD so MUCH INTO \ SAY IT THATWASN'T I KIT WHEN THE R GNT PERSON
VtR5ES-AND EVEN THE DIALOGUE -j. wt YOU* ,. I
E"t \ 50-50 SAW THEM R THE RIGHT TIME
i 2WASHINGTON Vnrk'lhtuJ! relapse when the sleeper plays!it as a necessary impediment tions of mortality crowd in. IN AN ML SEEM WHEN R'S A LINE VWARMEIKVER! SUDDENLY THWRE AS BRIGHT AND \
The American -possum with himself, and ((3)) I to dynamic living. People who Taking out the garbage and ,{ MESH AND TRUE IN A PLAY-.AND NEW AS TOA+ f5 SUNRISE! t ,tt
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is circulating !the period of reawakeningwhen ,are cot. so luckily constituted lighting the stove, however SOMEHOW! FREEZE UP WHEN
alarm-clock industry
I the sleeper wakes him I should take care. will not do the trick. I SAY R TOJU'l I
treatise on
long
sleep in honor a of the return of self up all over again The These people upon responding Most men who wake up think 3a' t\\

daylight saving time. It contains second period is the trapandone to the first sound of the ing, "I must rise and take out I
ridiculous advice on how to avoid by getting up at alarm, invariably wind up be- the garbage," will immediatelygo
the first sound of the alarm." fore the medicine-chest mirror back to sleep
to take the agony out of gettingup. thinking,
Many people, of course, can swollen-eyed and creaky, seeing "garbage, schmarbage. Whatis
For example: "The average get up at the first sound of the I themselves and their lives needed is a truly importantreason I -u

sleeper goes through three I alarm without bad results, but with brutal clarity. In bad cases, for getting up, and here

steps in waking up: (1) the these are not the kind of people they go back to bed and never is the rub. EE- K<5 E EBcACUAMCEOUS-I' I.IKE 10 t1r ..vnH WHY,LAREE? BL ZDC -,
period of awakening when the who really joy sleep. They leave it again. The time to decide on an im- <.y w If THE RAGS G1J5NTSTI t SN7ANITWNi IIAPPGN Mft FEVER

alarm rings, ((2)) the I period of snatch it on the run, regarding There was a typical case portant reason for getting up THE VEJUST f DN BF5IN5-W11 I some years ago in Newark,I is just before retiring at night you Thai.AnE r R 5CUND UKE MMTA : ::) CON- ?, !
N. J. A normal undynamic; "I need an important reason zg 1' CANT 6O Tb TNe llARI RIDES MAN SL'tATE t 1

young man named Arthur, who for getting up tomorrow morn- PARTY z

dreamed of someday becoming ing," a man may tell his wife. 2; i f a d1IL1 1t
president of his company (this In most families there will < s
PA iS COP ROD was before young men lowered probably be a blank exchange f

IDEA AREnOSER their goals to vice presidencies), of stares. The wife will want to V
O A D T A n A G E R got up at the first sound of the say "The important reason ua d r -
27.Kinylish ARK 8 E T P E L A alarm one wintry morning and for .
ACROSS getting up is to get out and ',
1.Sad 07 28.ArL cr TEETERED RAY sprang to his bathroom mirror. make the mortgage money..."
5.Textile 30.ifamid E 5 n E 5 D E A 'There with his normal wak- A smart wife will not 13CD H
crew pine 31.Mia n o R B I G O T illusions still dormant he say
ing this. She knows it will, startthat
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8.October E R G M E n I L 1 T E himself
brew 34.Harmoulzed- suddenly _glimpsed as old roundelay which be-
R E E K S A T G A R I
11.Break was sallow unprepossessing, gins, "Is that all i have to live
A n o M : n A G R A
t
e
12.Clover S3.Garland watery-eyed, slow-witted about for?" It will occur to the hus-1 YEAH, BUT rr AMP I HAP V THATS OYA : f SOME TRACTOR
ILJudeandty 40.Scruff S E R t O L A S L i P business. In a fearful flash of band that perhaps there is no ...- Di ;YOt7 FWD WASMTEASVTO6ETWHATM3U TO BUV TWOTK2EST060 WgERE'D txs I A PLACE
15.Kind of 41.Man'sname ESE A L 1 SEA H that }
truth, he saw quite clearly important reason why he should I A NEW AYL.E A. FlNPTHSMTFT
caa16.Ennnl< 42.Leak SOLUTION OF YISTIRDAY'S PUZZLE the presidency to which he as- get up tomorrow. He may FOZ MY JEEP WANT WAY CUT wit %

18.Common: 43.Diamond 2. 1allan S.Nitrogen pired would go to the boss'siephew brood. They may open a bottle I M.y BETtET HEKSATTORNEY. i
Hair. State abbr. resort compound and that he would be retired -of gin. 1< c.
'19.2,000 Ibs.20.Wyabbx.. 44.Tiny 6.Counter at the age of 70 with a ,= )
Tribe !.At a In any case, there has been f c
45. link platform rocker. I
22.Egotism DOWN distance 7.Everything Arthur went back to bed and raised a question between them'a f

26.Em l.Bedoula Expand 8.The Koran took up reading the classics. that should remain unasked. In! 0 c
9.Situated extreme the husband
cases may
Relatives took him in, and he
it f+ c 1 if/ a y ra lt?Gr.long E became something of an au- refuse ever to get up again until I\
/ 13.Scottish renaissance his wife gives him an important '
thority on Italian VI I
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for it And if
17.Female poetry and a drag on the econo reason 1 0 0
she tells him the =
tratb-about
I. / IS rabbit my. Had he not insisted on hop 1I !
21.High ping out of bed at the first the mortgage money-they may I -- I
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If 17 'I : :% railways he both end at the marriage coun-
sound of the alarm might
rJ 22.Bovine selor's. SOME MEN.EYB4 d lCALLY rWHTTE/ WANTS?THE 6OVE MOR6WP ..AND THE
; a Z. 2J 23.Industrious have enjoyed the life of a normal THE 6 WERiIOR M61 ME PRA5tRa.'TING V MITE/ HONEST MEH..PO 5TRAA GETWNGS -AND I TOLD HIM YD HAND IT OVER *VDUNeSTEJC| '
self-sustaining taxpayer and The alarm-clock people should ', .' PIP HE KNOW THAT USA PIDWT FOR POLITKALEsAlN ON A SLYER FLATTER IF HE DROPPED WAS MCNTAL-1 ;
lifelike
2* 23 Zf- 29 l' 24. retired with forego the advice and concen' WASMT GUILTY AT'THS TIME THEY KY A ALAN! THE HSOSECUnCN OP USA BRAPEN Iw IUVOO '
jI 25.Chin ill be today a plat- SENT HOC TO THE HOSPITAL TMING.M AND KCOMMiNOeP THAr 644E BSENTTO KNOW;
if 26.Verbal form rocker. Irate on producing the Irresistible ii ii'a0 A WBJTAL WSTinmON.! .
17 / re ,
Y' nouns The alarm clock industry also alarm clock. It should flood

30 "" I 29.Towabas has this advice for difficult the room with sunshine collec .
0 VA
,, wakers: "Give yourself an important ed from a childhood morning in
h'/ U 33 31 u 34 37ferlm 33.. head Bow the job to do soon after! Jr e and give off the scent of ..at

J5 7! 7) . C4 35.NOItn lighting the stove, etc.), this a no-nonsense feminine
41 z 36.Heroic makes sure you get up." voice it should evoke a zest to
37.Department The point here obviously, is grab life by a leg and pisb-tush

43 ,4$ 38. :hero abbr that waking with a sense of all those gloomy suspicionsthat >t -
Spa loversto a foot put out of bed is
mission will help sleep
.H min! Ar. -1-39 39.Today
get past that awful moment merely a foot set on a treadmilL -

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l'NOTICE







Gainesville Sun Thursday. April 30. 1964'


\IN JUDGE THE f&Uc tu"oJ iv.COUNTY FLOR TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN OF SALE

Pip-Squeak Planets to-Pelt (e) New York Than I 'IDA IN PROBATE. You are hereby notified that the follow
I jIN RE: ESTATE OF ing motor vehicle: 19S* Desoto S-W 5-
I \1 BridgeThe By '.'LAVENIA -LANG BELL ". LS313070 will be sold at public sale at WANTE
Deceased.To 10:00 AJM. o'clock on the 6th day of
ALAN TRUSCOTT I All Creditors and Persons Having May. 1964 at 1321 North Main Street,
Earth in .
Distant Future? Claims or Demands Against Said Estate Gainesville Florida.
: The proceeds of the sale will be appliedto
hand shown in the diagram NORTH You and each of you are hereby lICIt;. the payment of the cost ef retaking.
fled and required to present storing and sale of said motor vehicle and
any claims
WASHINGTON (AP) The earth. was a good test of skill 4 104 and demands which you or 'either of, the cost of publication of notice of sale

earth might be hit by an aster- Anders said ,his calculations in both bidding and play. A A7532 you LAVENIA, may have LONG against BELL,the deceased estate late of I and then due to under the the satisfaction contract of with the John balance .;-tr

, oid a kind of pip-squeak suggest that fragments from small slam'contract in notrumpor 4 AQ43 ef said County, to the County Judge of I L.' White and Shirley Ann White, 2024 f
Alaehua County, Florida, at his office N.W. 3Ht PL Gainesville. Fla. covering -
planet-at, some time in the far the collisions strayed out of the a red suit is a fine propos- tf-AK in the court house of said County at I the financing of said motor vehicle. Any t. ,::
WEST D) EAST Gainesville Florida, within eight cal- surplus will be paid to you. and you will 'I'
future of (
a University Chicago with the
asteroidal belt but
regular ition for North-South, onlyif endar months from the time cf the first remain liable for any balance remainIng -

scientist said Wednesday. He help of perturbations from the South is the declarer. If AA8752 4QJ93 publication of this notice. Each claimor unpaid under said contract.
demand shall be in writing and Dated this 17th day of April. 1964. HAVE YOU
j made no attempt to assess ,the planet Mars and then went North plays the hand a spade V J1086 shall state the place of residence and ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT
.
4 post office address of the claimant, and CORPORATIONBY
result.' earthward as meteorites.It lead may result in immediate 4J962 shall be sworn to by the claimant agent : H. L. JAMERSON
\
Dr. Edward Anders suggested was when he was describing defeat. *.J 10 8 2 497654 attorney aid any such claim or (3303)430 Gainesville Florida
demand no so filed shall be void.
\ the possibility, almost off this that he pointedout SOUTH -sJULIA LEATRICE

handedly, while talking about that concept eight presumably unbroken I I After North opens the bidding 4 KG MCKINNEY Executrix HARPERAs of the Last Will .....:::::::;:::..... ANY OF THESE

is not KQ94 and Testament ef
something elese.In asteroids actually cross with one heart it easy LAVENIA LANG BELL, ..

a report .prepared for the the earth's orbit. to avoid a contract of six 4 K10875 deceased I Kad TriM '
BARTON & BURWELL
101st annual meeting of the Na He remarked: "Most of them hearts. By cue-bidding both Q3 Attorneys for Executrix --.. ... a1

tional Academy of Sciences, appear to be stray members of minor suits North is able to East-West were vulnerable.The 212 Gainesville.Southeast Florida First Street .

Anders said new calculations the asteroid belt that are likelyto suggest concern amout spade bidding: First ,publication April 14 1964 TH I NGS TO SELL?

suggest that the meteorites that collide with the earth at, control, and South should real West North East South (3264\ 4.16 23 30; 5:7 214 NW 13th- .IM- etrmlm FR 66472Alu

strikethe earth are remnantsof some future time." I ize the importance of havingthe Pass 1. Pass 3. NOTICE OF SALE

a few asteroids which collided lead up to his hand. Pass 41 Pass 4. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
You are hereby notified that the follow- wiri LAST '
with other asteroids up to In six no-trump it appearsthat Pass 54' Pass 5. ing motor vehicle: 1960 Rambler 4dr if.
IRS May I South has 12 immediate Pass 5 Y Pass 5 N.T. S ooC355387 will be sold at public sale at TIMES f
millions of ago. One They Bring You Extra .
years pre- ( 10:00 A. M. o'clock on the 6th day of i I Cash,,, ,

vious theory has been that the Tax Hoffa I(I tricks, but be must take precau- Pass 6 N.T. Pass Pass May.Gainesville 1764. Florida.at 1321 North Main Street,I 1:00,3OOSa0,7:20,9:25 ...P.' :

collisions of many asteroidswere tions to deal with possible The proceeds of the sale will be applied Car ,. : 't-
PassWest Audrey
ta the payment of the cost of retaking. *
involved. Legal Fees bad breaks in the red suits.In led the jack of clubs. storing and sale of said motor vehicle .

Asteroids minor I o contest of course and the cost of publication of notice of Grant *:
or planets, [ a par sale and then to the satisfaction of the Hepburn
believed to number in the Sfrro ftnrk Timr& cannot be so the bad breaks are certain rather balance due under the contract with Al- ; '
are the play easy, gyfftr., y wm I bert D. King. Box 666. High Springs > .
WASHINGTON The Internal than possible. "<( '
thousands. Most of them are in I Florida covering the financing of said motor ,
Revenue Service is expectedto After winning. the club lead vehicle. Any surplus will be paid to 1 Guns.
belt between the orbits of
a I Students you. and you will remain liable for any '
Mars and Jupiter, although! demand that Jame sR. Hoffa] UF in dummy, South should see balance remaining unpaid under said contract Charade 11.! '",: : .'"
'
some are in orbits closer to the: pay income taxes on legal, fees that he can guard against four Dated this 17th day of April 1964 ;-' .,,' .SMNLBrDCfffH..a... < Tools ,, .

I I paid for him by the International Win Local hearts in the East hand but not ASSOCIATES CORPORATIONBY DISCOUNT L:' .,X -; '. Boots ,.

NOTICE OP INTENTION TO REGISTER Brotherhood of Teamsters in in the West hand. Diamonds, : H. S. JAMERSON. I gararstl Went.JfOWJCCtooW. ,,-

FICTITIOUS NAME ,.......,Gainesville Florida .,.. .
Pursuant to Section 86S.09. Florida Statutes his trials since 1959, it was however present a more com- ...., ......
notice Is hereby,given that the undersigned learned authoritatively.The I lents
Robert W. R.Iney. F. L. Burgers Bridge MeetSix plex problem. The seven spotis
& Jean Bracher doing business under tax agency was under- vital card and South Books
the firm name of Bur-Ney CattleCo a can '
/
owe NmD SUNSHINE STATE
stood to have the question actively -
not Inc. Route 1. Box 114-D Gainesville either 4-0 divi-
Alaehua County Florloa, Intends to under investigation.It UF students were local guard against 'DICKINSON Plants
register said fictitious name under the sion but not both. SPEAKS TO :
winners in the 1964 Collegiate :, .
p Dateduat the aforesaid Statute. already has billed Hoffa, \
South should therefore post-
Gainesville Florida. this 28 Tournament.
Bridge They are Pianos
day of April' A. D* 1964 the president of the Teamsters'Union .
the decision in
ROBERT. L. BURGESS W. RAINEYF. !' and his wife, Josephine, J. Scott ,Shaw, Bob Southwell, until pone he has information diamonds : lyp. s
Stoves
Richard Houk more J
John Kaylow ,
JEAN BRACHER for $20,295 in additional income "YOU' THE PEOPLED { .

-(3301) 4:30j3:7.NOTICE 14 OF 21 SALETo taxes for 1959. The government,John Powell and Robert Gar- ace.and start This reveals by playing the the heart heart situation Radios f'

Whom It May Concern: said that union-paid insurance, rett.Over
1,600, students partici- and East's hearts can
You are hereby notified that I will offer legal fees, hotel expenses and TONIGHT Skates
for salt and sell at public salt to the transportation for Hoffa fell in pated hi the tournament spon be collected by leading twice

highest and best bidder for cash the following income sored by the Association of College -from the North hand. West, Trunks
described livestock: the category of personal WFGA-TV Ch. 12
one grey boar approximately 33 pounds; Unions and directed by who did not bid, surely cannot
and that he should have
one grey sow approximately 125 pounds; paid
one grey sow, approximately 150 pounds; taxes on them. Edward J. Ritter, Student Un- have two voids, so South must 9:30 P.M. Jewelry
one grey gilt, approximately 40 pounds; ion Director of Univer-
Bradley ,
West four ,
one grey gilt, approximately 25 pounds guard against holding "
one red gilt approximately 25 poundsat NOTICE CALL TO FOR CONTRACTORS BIDS sity (Peoria, Illinois). diamonds. His first diamond Bicycles
11:00 a.m., on the 7th day of May 1*
at Alaehua County Jail. 913 S. E. 5th GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA Boards were divided into two play must be the king and
Sealed bids will be received by the PRE TV Sets
Street. Gainesville. Florida, to satisfy a .
Board of Public Instruction of Ala sections, North South and : BUD.
claim for fees expenses for feeding and West's J-9 can then be pickedup
cart, and cost hereof. hue County, Florida at the office of East-West with winners
on
i the Board 1S17 East University Avenue by finessing.
I J. M. Crevasse Jr.. Sheriff ClothingCameras
,r Alaehua Gainesville Florida, up to 3:00 each board. DICKinSOn
:i Gainesville, Florida P.M., E.S.T.. Thursday, May 14, 1964 Twelve tricks are made witha
f'1 (3304) 4:30 at which time and place all. bids received Oregon State University and
will be publicly opened and read little care in the use of en- s
the of Texas claim
LEGAL NOTICE aloud for furnishing all materials and University tries. South eventually makeshis CANDIDATE OOVgRNO
labor and constructing the following the nation's top players with P "ffi (|
f, The University of Florida will receive pro leds: fifth diamond and a club Antiques
,, bids for tht general class of commodities I 1964 Unit. Westwood Junior High School the Texas team scoring 100 (Pd. Pol. Ad.
I as Indicated below. Interested bidders i 164 Unit. Shell Elementary School entry remains in the dummyas "-"- --- Furniture ;
may obtain' forms specifications and 1964 Unit Douglas Elementary School points.
other Information by contacting the Pur. 1964 Unit Hawthorne High School Second place, North South an entry to the fifth heart. I. I
chasing Division. ROOM 106. Tigert Han. Gainesville. Florida for the Board of ..
Fterl- tie between Illinois State ------ --- LIVeSTOCK
of Florida. Gainesville
University Public Instruction of Alaehua County, was a ..

day.4- -Meat and Staples bids open every :Any Florida.bid received after the specified University and Indiana Univer- Diamonds

Tuesday 10:00 time and date will not be considered. sity. Brown University and Bry-
I 64Hospital Supplies bids open Each bid must be accompanied by I
Monday 3:00 every. certified check cashier's check or bid ant College shared second place Fish Poles
4-55 Pip Connections 10:30 .bond In the amount of five per cent ,
East-West honors.
164.44M. of the base bid as guarantee that the SALE !
Steel Buildings 2:00 May 14 1964 bidder. If awarded the contract will, Regional winners were University REMOVAL t Used Cars
t f 44-J7 Closed circuit TV Camera 2:30 May within ten consecutive calendar days
*I 14. 1964 with the Board of Public Instruction of of North Carolina and University 0
44-51 Library Furniture 10:30 May 2*. Alaehua County, Florida. In accordancewith I'' of Tennessee. Auto TiresAquariums
164t the accepted bid and give I contract ,
44-5 Professional Filming Equipment surety bond satisfactory to said' Contestants in this duplicate
L 11:00 May It, 1964 Board In an amount equal to one hundred
44-60 Analog Computer 11:00 May 21, 164 per cent of the contract price. bridge game play prepared RECORDS RACS]. CAES 'HJEpVE -
i T. N. Wells No bidder may withdraw his bid for
a..
l Director of Purchasing period of thirty days after the date set.hands for which par scores
f (3300k 4:30; 5:1 for the opening thereof.All I have been established. More { ARE NOT CODING QimOF : USit SS? ., Row Boats
THE'CIRCUIT work shall be done In accordancewith
IN DA EIGHTH JUDICIAL COURT. CIRCUIT OF FLORI-IN' plans and specifications and contract than 145 colleges, universitiesand Golf Clubs

AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN documents relative thereto as prepared junior colleges entered the .
CHANCERY.! by Architect David Reaves. 307N
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND I .E. First Street. Gainesville, Florida. tournament. .,'
ASSOCIATION OF GAINES Plans specifications and contract doc-, ENTIRE STOCK \WTHIN; TypewritersMotorcycles
?tl't uments will be available and may be
Plaintiff. examined at the office of the SuperMenae -
of Public Instruction InGainesville. 'UD1lV1
oYs- I Florida, or at the office of ,,
JOHN C. OWENS. AND BETTY
Architect David l Reaves.Two I
",. OWENS. his wife and BENJAMIN Used TrucksRefrigerators
sets of such plans and contract
p
R. THORPE and KATHLEEN
documents and forms for bidding may IN THEATRE S
t M.
THORPE his wife.
be secured by general contractors !
Defendants. only from the office of the architect 3400 N..f6.,. *.W if.29 f*E 5Otf, j
I ,
\ MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE by depositing therewith 3000. The de- ; i' C_. _
posit from general contractors will be J !"
AMENDED NOTICE TO DEFENDIN refunded upon submission of a bona- NOW 6 3 COLOR HITS! S : Baby Buggies ,
FlORIDA THE NAME OF THE STATE OF fide bid and return of said plans and I OPEN 6:45 SHOW 7:20 I .

contract documents In good condition SEE 2 LATE AS 9:20"LIMPET" _
TO: BENJAMIN R. THORPE Electric Motors o
within ten days after the date set for }
805 Lane
Brooks SHOWN FIRST
the opening of bids. If the general contractors e
.it Little Rock. Arkanasas desire more than two sets of FOR THE KIDDIES
4 and such plans and specifications, these Farm Machinery \
KATHLEEN M. THORPE First Area Showing'sDON
i be the cost of I ,,
may obtained by paying S 0
t tsos Little Brocks Rock.Lane Arkansas duplication able. which will- not be refund-I I KNOTTSINCREDIBLE NptHing resci : dy everything tfsi 'jci Store Equipment

,r YOU, BENJAMIN I R. THORPE and Subcontractors and material suppliers i ..*;..':.:%> ?V.. ; 7 ". ;'' -' ,' ... "*,'- ,"".-. '... '.' {_ .-.' -*f X.j -* > ,
KATHLEEN M. THORPE, his Wife, are drawings and ;: :]
hereby notified that a Complaint to lons may from purchase the architect by SpeclflCa-1 MR. LIMPET2nd advantage df tBese bprgam Infant's Clothing : ;00
foreclose a certain Mortgage en the cost of duplication at the rate of $1.00
following described property to-wit: sheet for drawings and $3.00 per I '
Lot Two (2) of Block "B", of ROSE set per for specifications plus handling! FUN HIT AT_9:20 Sewing Machines
ADDITION to GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA charges. TROY DONAHUE : ; _
i as per Plat recorded In Plat Bidders qualifications must be satisfactory (
1 Book "D," Page 63, of the Public to the Board of Public Instruc-;I PALM SPRINGS Office Equipment ) o
Records of Alaehua County Florida. lon of Alaehua County. Florida The t ,)
Board of Public Instruction of Alachua : WEEKEND3rd
ALSO. alt fixtures. Including but not County. Florida reserves the right to Movie Equipment );, .f
limited to the following; Oil Space waive Informalities any bid and to ,
Heater. Kitchen Exhaust Fan, and accept any bid chln they consider to ben I BONUS HIT
Venetian Blinds throughout the house the best public Interest and to ,elect .' JEFF CHANDLER a _a a a Nursery Furniture
whlclIh.11 be deemed to be fixtures' any or alt bids. _
and a part of the realty and are a' The Board of Public Instruction of. Ala MERRILL'SMARAUDERS _
portion of the security for the Indebtedness ehua County, FloridaBY Building MaterialsOutboard
herein mentioned. : E. D. MANNING. JR.* Prices; Are tosted tnsiti&i he SfrdfeRECORD
I has been filed against you and you are Secretary
I required to serve I of Your Answer Motors
copy (32S4) 4:23., 30; $:7
\ or your Pleading to the Complaint STARTS FRIDAY
on the Plaintiffs attorney. JOE C. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
I JENKINS JR.. 224 Southwest 2nd JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA -I i ELVIS PRESLEY Sports Equipment .
Avenue. Gainesville. Florida and file I KISSIN' COUSINS
the original Answer or Pleading In the IN PROBATE.IN .
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court RE ESTATE OF .-I:: I -I Vacuum Cleaners -, -
=:
en or before the 20th day of May A.D. JONNAH FRAZIER. .

1964.If you fail to do so. lodgment by de- All Deceased.To Creditors. and Persons Having 1 P* jn j a '.L Fishing Equipment
fault wilt be taken against you for Claims or Demands Against, Sals Estate ;
the relief demanded In the Complaint. "
This Notice shall be published once You: and eKlt'of you art hereby notified UBURBIA .1 !_l3a Washing Machines
each week for four (4) consecutive and required to present any I I t
weeks In The Galnesv'lle Daily Sun. Claims or Demands Against Said Es- ., I
DONE AND ORDERED at Gainesville rnrs .q. v '
-
er C'f' you. may have against the estate I Heating Equipment
Florida this ITtt day of April of JONNAH FRAZIER deceased.
STARTS TONITE!
.
A 1964.
D.
late of said County. to the C o u n ty
Cherrlt Hales. Judge of Alaehua County. Florida. at ; Musical Instruments
Clerk r : SHOP
Deputy his office In the court house ef said 7 DAYS I IN MAY"Burt
J. B. CARMICHAEUClerk
County at Gainesville Florida within
of the Circuit, Court eight calendar months from the time of I i Lancaster Kirk Douglas Camping EquipmentvI.rTli&1
Alaehua County Florida
the first publication of this notice. Each
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL claim or demand shall be In writing j I "ROCKABYEBABY" -, .
JOE C. JENKINS. JR.
and shall state the place of residenceand Plumbing EquipmentChildren's
224 Attorney Southwest for Plaintiff 2nd Avenue post office address of the claimant 1 Next : : ; Th a -' *
Gainesville. Florida and shall be sworn to by the claimant 1 1

(33U 4:23. 30> 5:1.14 agent attorney and any such claim Jerry Lewis Marilyn Maxwell Playthings -
or demand not so filed shall be void.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLOR TOMMIE HURST.As COME EARLY. SEE CARTOONS I
i IDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN executor of the Last Will and Electrical Appliances j jpJlE
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN Testament of .. ,.., ". '
CHANCERY. Jonah Frailer, deceased
MATAILEEN LARKIN RAMSDELL BARTON & BURWELL Dogs Cots Parakeets u-" /, '
RIDGE. Attorneys for Executor 'j
Plaintiff 212 S. E. 1st Street S 'I YOU
oY" Gainesville. Florida A B f;? :

DAVID Defendant WILLIAM RIDGE. (3265)' 4:16. 23. 30; 5:7 :iic FIN S 5 : :

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN 5ea .,
Chancery DIVORCE No. AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA ; Can your funny.bone. .

DAVID NOTICE WILLIAM TO DEFENDTo RIDGE whose take the same kids..same beach...same blankets Nothing ivill sell it faster. >
IN
RE: Estat ofCRISPIN '"
residence. New and Orleans address Louisiana.You Is 8323 .Chef Monteur. Deceased SERVIN, ', z The fun begins where "BeachParty" left off.only .

art hereby notified that I Complaint r NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll +i "S. '
.
tor divorce has been filed creditors in the estate of CRISPIN this time the party has MUSCLE!
.
against you by MATAILEEN LARK SERVIN, deceased.'art hereby notified .
IN RAMSDELL RIDGE and you are and required to file any claims or demands .
recuired to serve a copy of your Answer -I' which they may have against said .
or pleading to the Complaint on estate In the office of the County Judge than the
Plaintiff Attorney A. Z. Adkbu. Jr." of Alaehua County. Florida. In the Court-
111 Southwest Third Street. Gainesville. ,,house at Gainesville Florida, within six 1 r
Florida and file the original Answer calendar months from the date of the -
or pleading In the office of the first publication of this notice. Each claim
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before I or demand must be In writing and must
tilt Itth day of May *". If you fail to state the place or residence and post-
do so. Judgment by default will be tak office address of the claimant and must : '
en against you for the relief demanded be sworn to by the claimant his agent, or ;
In the Complaint. his attorney or tt will become void acCording :..- l J GMNESVILLESUN1 : I
( DONE AND ORDERED In Gainesville to law.J _-" :
Alachoa County Florida this 13th MartinJ.
Sidney r" ,.
day of April, 164. SIDNEY MARTIN .. S. t___ B, -.1-- -: r.c. ,- 1, "i;
J. B. CARMICHAEL Administrator ef the Estate of .
Clerk of the Circuit Court CRISPIN SERVIN. deceased AteE.. ,.INTE o: .. .I
Alaehua County. Florida (3305) 4:30> 5:7. 14 21I TIO --.u......;; v" "' ....; ,

CIRCUIT By COURT Emily WaterhouM SEAL I I LEGAL NOTICE A rmmLUCIaNa' +1 -, "
1
will receivebids
The University of Florida ,
.
Clerk
A. L ADKINS.Deputy JR. as for Indicated the general below.class Interested of commodities bid- AvalON RlNlOOl1O-PALUZZl "t WANT ADS: iOHN i-
Attorney for Plaintiff
S
ders obtain' forms specifications
111 Southwest Third $treetGalNlvllleo may ;
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information by contacting ASHlEY "
and other --[ f
Florida the Purchasing Division Room lob, Tt- CX>>I RJQW. 1
(3263) 416. 23 30 I:' girt Hall University 01 Florida Gaines JODY U..I'ftra. '. ; t
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NOTICE OP INTENTION TO ville. Florida. I cuEl2x"fd' : ::'" :- .r
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REGISTERED FICTITIOUS NAME CN r.Qf .
Pursuant to Section S65.0. Florida 44-Meet and Staple bids open every IISOIf.YORE } < '
00>> AAiSi1Rrwj] -
Statute, notice Is hereby given that ut.U:110S: If bids open every .
P j
the undersigned Douglas J. Scott and M:1tU1nV"TT-1I411Of
Mondy 3:00 CALL ,
Alone S. Markham doing business under 64-50 1030 May .i. ,,
the firm name of Pinewood School 21. 19M Laboratory Equipment + ., -- .,... '" .

of Gainesville Florida. 1704 NE tm (!*4-Jl Closed Circuit TV Equipment 11:00May .--, > '
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St. Galnelle. Alaehua County. Flo* 7, H4 -.- -- ,- !
Ma intends to register said fictitiousnamt ((64-52( Land Clearing -, Lake Alfred \1:30M.y
under the provisions of the
aforesaid
1. 164

Dated Statute.at Gainesville. Florida this 64-53 64-54 Linens central 10:30 Air May Conditioning-14. 164 Belle PLUS: liThe Beatles Come to Town "3764672U -:!: ,

14 day of April A. D., 19"I I Glade Florida 2.00 May 7. 1t64
ALENE S. :' I T. N.WELLS. d4 ;.r x __
DOUGLAS SCOTT Director of Purchasing
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_ finted Pattern 1 1i 1riT' 11 a FEMALE HELP WANTEDNEED IS Work Wanted Ftmal 35 Houses for SaU 35 Heute fe S.f I 35 Heuses For Sale 35 Houses for Sal.



whit, female technicianable STRAWBERRIES.. you pick them MODERN SUBURBAN HOME FOR Sat or trade. New 4 BR. N.W. Si 3 Br.I baths, large I
to do some bookkeeping. 25 cents quart. Bring your con 3 BR. 2 bath kitchen with In WerelandEstates. ln-utility. Paved street WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD WANT-AD RATES
'No night or Sunday work required. tainer. J. R. Walnwright Farm built Ins. dining rm sunken On carp ec.11 condition, Walk distance to II 3 ft--t '
ci ,
Opportunity to take night 2 mile E. of Stark. Road 16. living rm. fireplace screened St 2 Ig Rr ,. family re T.rae. le.p bt home I -

_and Sunday calls for extra porch study and shop. Central Rm. ft living .. dining area.Central _Reasonable 355 HeIghts t han for .4. PH. 372.8441-
money. If desired. Send all de- heat. cork floors. Located 4 heat. built-in ,kitchen In buUt-ln ra. oen.
17 Work Wanted Male
tails to OWNER must sacrifice 3 bedroom heat. back Call
Fort 0
Myers X-Ray Laboratory miles from city limits on wooded cluing GE dishwasher. S courtyards yar *
_: _in Fort Myers. Fla. 2 acre lot in restricted Chan- walk to schools close to 1 bath large F. room SU fe
and built kitchen
living
filly Acres. $11400 offered U of F ft r I PAY
YOUNG man want part tImework byowner. medical FHA WHY .ENT
ct living
BE A FASHION sq.
on Saturday and Sunday. See by appt. FR 4-5424. 1 Down $1,700. area convenient to New t 1. til* "- Classified, OnlyDEADLINES
SHOW DIRECTORNO 21 old. dependable.Call by sa "Located o
years Very SPLIT LEVEL op. D' 1321 N.W. 21st Ave. Phone "
1027 NW J s. E. 4Sth Also some
delivering or FR 2714'1.COMPLETE TI.c
collecting
4"
car Cn
with strip oak floors in living 26 .
necessary. Connie Robbins FR REMODELING lob. area terrazzo floors in sleepIng lrthe 3S S6-t taJ C.I 2.2 I
4-168 after 4 30 p.m. carpentry and block laying. area. built In kitchen 3 bedrooms niht. $40 Month new CB home. Urge NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 5

I NEED AN ASSISTANT Call 442-44a. Alachua. Fla. 2 baths corner lot. ONE FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW section 20th lot. Low d pt 3$E and 4 bedroom S beth eel thr fxpers-5 em Day before
St. e Fr bHcat
Distributing director for nation- OF A KIND. No other house in 3 bedroom, 2 tile baths 2 home. City water, light end I i go bi Sun. paper-12-e mjn $
ally known manufacturing & 18 Schools fir Instructions Gainesville has combined this built-in .pIM" double car. 'FOR SALE In Citra. Fla. Two 2 srs.S by appointment.. I For ads to go Mon. paper-t pjn. Sat.t
sales corp. Will tram right woman style and construction. Address: port connected to BR hs. nice and clean. Cash P 23 08 i
for position of responsibility. 2105 NW 16th Terr. SHOWN BY sewer. Small d payment. : price S for eac Wired and LAW spacious i (Minimum ad 4 lines)
APPOINTMENT ONLY. Ph. FR L. Prof.1 movi
Days phone After 4 sheet James
Earning baths attic
while 3
learning around rt
WANTEDTO
MEN AND WOMEN
.
42472.Warner. br st.
P.M.
$400 monthly. Promotion to supervisory TRAIN FOR W. WesemanRealtor 376. Bow I Nber. 4J2 I dr.wes vanity FAMILY RATES
capacity can be made ON YOUR LOT.- Open and storage. Nogottt -
up I mt
in 2 to 3 months. Car necessary. CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS 1113 N. Main St. FA terms heat,BR.2 bath alr-cond. S4.ns Hose Sundays 1 to 6 Designed equity. fi .ms 1062N. = "Insertion ........................................... n
For apt. call Mrs. Bennie Ray IF YOU ARE LOOKING for the wall to wall carpet ft engineered by) S. E. 14th Ave. 1 3 Insertions ........................................... :S

"Johnnie Turner. JO AJA. to We prepare Men and Women. privacy of a country home yet draps lu.. "Ue. builtin "Cr Hoes Disi 2100 WEST VILLA ESTATES 4 Insertions .;.......... ...... ................. line
5 P.M. Mon Wed. & Frl. no Ages 18-55. No experience necessary. desire convenience to the city ove rng. 316 c. 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR. 2 =i 12 Insertions '........................ ........ 14 line
other time. 374-1480. Grammar school education park shopping center and MAKE OFFER! bric"en.r. 2 car .. bath ..alltaI c.rtlg tied cn- I Totl charge computed by multiplying total lines J r. elm
usually sufficient. Permanent schools. this 6-room brick home Alaehua Homes It ; number Insertion*.
HELP turn your spare time into WE are leaving Florida must N 3th tral hatig. e n o
money. No soliciting or deliver fobs. No layoffs. Short hours. located at 300 N. E. 13th Ave. sell our 4 a In Frank Thorn FR distlwase. Located on 5 I!
ing. Ad lust your own working High pay. Advancement. Send on a lift acre wooded lot may built less beautIf yrs. h. large with circle 08 -
hrs. For appointment call. name. home address phone be lust what you are seeking.At you are looking for a at 6'J. drive. Orig. cost balance
3727049PART number and time home. Write; 13000. I will take cash or a home, loaded with features u: W. Equity 1.0 H f Fie letter words per fine
Marcel Co. Box 38.-., c/o Gainesville second mortgage for $2.000 equi not In a development I S17. and S S143 per 08

time sales girls 30 hours Sun. ty. If Interested. call 376-2356 after this one. te co KIRKPATRICKCOUNTRY Phone 3729172.COMING'

week. Apply liei ,N. Main St. MEN ft women IS to 55 to train for 5 or on Saturday or Sunday. Turn left Te Newberry be. 8 Pt. Same os I I.

BE A FASHION SHOW CIVIL SERVICE 118 N.W. 11th Road 4 B.R. or 57th St. 5 NW sam St. homo near GaineivilleiImmaculate ordinary

DIRECTORNO Examinations. For Informationsend optional 3 BR. with paneled den. 3 AND 4 homes. condition, pleasant 12 Pt. Same I 3 line
delivering or collecting car name address ft Phone No. L shaped living room dining Acre lots. Ber'NW 14th O surroundings. Yours with orange ( : orn.ry type
Service. 112 W. 2 full o In rear yard with Vi acre
necessary. Call Connie Robbin Key Training room. family room. nue to 43rd St. turn tree
FR 4-168 after ':30 pm. Adams St.. Jacksonville. tiled baths. kitchen with built-in, right go iesi mile Sit.11.0. .or l2Vi 2V4 acres acres- for for VILLAGE 18 rt.ordinary- Same 4 fnl
dishwasher. stove and oven sign on left. I
HOUSEKEEPER. white age >>55 SPEEDWRITING SHORTHAND carport. utility room .and storage s D.. ZETROUER. BUILDERFR $22400. The hous has threebedroom :
3 days wk. Call FR 1-S4B4 after 4 SECRETARIAL courses. Night area. Paved patio central heat I To one bet GREEN
4 p.m.. except Mon. .. Tues. classes now forming. 218 W Univ. and air conditioning Walk I II g 6-3 Owners will c.r ,
call all day. Ave. Phone 374-3507. distance to Finley and GHS. For IDYL WIL owner leaving town, gage.SPAC10US ; 24 DiSam.. .s I II
sell at 3 BR. 2 and lovely residence VILLAGE F La ordinary .
NICE for CHRISTIAN lady to live In Real I Estate Exam inspection call FR 21053. bath Fla. Rnx. lo nice, $1500 available for Juno occupancy. t"

very companion little work.to elderly If Interested lady<< COURSE PERFECT FOR FAMILY down.FR 4012 SW ,,1 St. Calk Beautiful h.r for pine GREEN 08
ATTEND First lesson frpe.HOWELL'S 2-6- panelling ted-
call FR
4-5347 or 4722194. .
BUSINESS COLLEGE WITH ,AN IN-LAW rooms two tiled baths The Gainesville Sun .1 not be responsible for more then
3 B R frame s.c.is o
EXPERIENCEDSTENOGRAPHERS h. 1 mi. South entertaining area. 08 incorrect Inri nor It be liable for any bi -
ri COLLEGE. 218 W. Unlv. Ave of Waldo on Phone VILLAGE ero
9482 FR. 4-3507 372-3727. NEARLY new 3 bedroom. 2 bath otter 4 u. $24,500 and already connected tlsement extent than the cost of space oceu-
Sperry has desirable positions home has one bedroom separate 410 to city 5 pled by the hen hi the edertlsent. No adjustment will
Teen 1G-16 available for experienced stenographers from the others. Perfectfor BARGAIN Only S D No AIR CONDITIONED ser the sum e be made o errors that do materIally> effect the value
with developed secretarial 28 Livestock 6 Supplies in-law or teenager. Beautiful Qualify Ing I 3 Can- me weather that Is .lmOt here. GREEN the adl o
skills. Starting salary' determined natural finish cabinets in kit- tral heat and central air square feet of
: by prior experience chen., Excellent FHA terms. built In Coi- Ir.n 5
11 tiIn kitchen. freshly decorated
: wITh Increase based on regular. WANT finish TO KNOW hogs HOW for to market properly 15.000 with only $400 down Includes O trees and roses In 1C. e two ear enclosed gar. VILLAGE 08 The Gainesville Sun reserves' the 'privilege of revising or re-
your are
ly scheduled work performance Then come In and let us explain Closing. 2103 N. E. 15th some painting. $101.33 age and such a convenient 5 iectlng any advertisement Whlc It deems obJia and to
reviews. Promotional I opportunities Terr. 372-1551 mo. with homestead exemption. for less than I change the d.sHatl o,lY that
how can do this lob with GREEN
you Ioc.tl
S day work week. Excel 104 NW S000. d.re4 cfor policy .
38th
Int 11rM.1ff6-r... lent working conditions and ben- cent CPA Pork Cooperative Maker.Mills Our 40 special per HUGH EDWARDS. INC. days. .0 nights.Dr. Phone 2S 0 E 08 l o t. pr.il

efits. Submit resume In confidence during the month of April. FMX BY OWNER. S.W. Area. 3 Bedroom J. W. KIRKPATRICK VILLAGE
or telephone 3720411. Ext. EXCLUSIVE NEIGHBORHOODNW .
Realtor -------
Gainesville Alachua. Phone --------
or 2 bath
225 for' appointment. FR 2105 or 441-2105. SECTION h. centrl heat. Member Mulipl. Listing -
Sew I shirt ihlft for casual dates SPERRY LR. 3 BR. 2 baths. double carport hard gar.ge N. Main FR GREEN 35 Houses for Sale 35
.r cokes with the entire crowd ELECTRONIC TUBE FOR SALE. brown and whit Fla. Rrn.. a large screened IO. 127. $800 down. per S ASSOCIATES: Houses fo Selo
Sew it In I |tIny in cheerful checks DIVISION Shetland Pony. with saddle and porch. fireplace. covered entry 126 S.W. 40th St. or call Floye Mathlasen Irene Bunnell

rainbow bright solids In no-Iron SPERRY RAND CORP. bridle. Phone FR 2-0745 garden. central heat air cond., FR 2.2. A W. Reece, Capt., USN. Ret.. I VILLAGE Bivens A_ 3 br home 3 BEOloM. 2 bath, In
cottons or blends. -GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA complete built-in kitchen. Near. FOR SALE BY OWNER 4CR, 2 bic. heat And buil. patio,
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 29 LandscapingTop.Soil ly new. Owner leaving town. bath Ig. Fla. rm., Ig. vtlllry ..ntl. bick fireplace builtin Call FR rgs .
Printed Pattern mi: Teen Sizes EMPLOYMENT Price $32,000. Call FR 2-054 to area, separate living rim. dinIng ,M GREEN kitche. .I.r lot 2 ft.x-
10. 12. 14. 14. Size 12 takes 2% get directions. rm kltc.n. well to ,wall ISO ft. dep .I. 372- 38 Real Estate Wanted
Yards OS-lnc fabric. WORLD'S LARGEST COSMET.IC COLEUS exotic colors. chartreuse carpeting tlig glass 050 for .
le.LOOKSEE
COMPANY Has opening for red velvet. pinks, yellows FOR SALE by owner modern 3 sliding door n x 2* VILLAGE
Thirty-five cents In coins for this neat mature $2 ruffled browns. 18 cents bedroom house In Carol Estates. ledi 1 1325 NEAR .
women. Average pati. WANT
TO
Jed BUY
pattern add 15 cents for each I per hour with Avon. We train eseh Ph. 2-0821 after 4 P.M. Furnished or unfurnished. Assume 12h Terr. 1".5

pattern for first-class mailing ..ndlpecl.1 you. Call Mrs. Burns. FR 2- GI loan or refinance. Best DISCOVER and GAINESVILLE GREEN 2 or 3 br home with
this
offer. Call 376-8414. buy now
handling. Send to Marian family
0421. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES baths.
new home under BLACK ACRES Spacious 3 bed ro Kic
Martin. Ga'nesvllle Sun. Pattern cotll HIGH en
Dept. 232 West 18th St.. New WANTED LADIES Dry Cleaner 3,000 SQ. Ft. 4 or s bedroom home. Covre court entranc VILLAGE room, 2 bath masonry home located heat .Qlpp.
York 11. N. V. Print plainly checker. See Mr. Welch Stocks i 3 months old. Fenced yard a-c paneled ., fireplace Split level S B.R.. 2 bath, built-in on a large come lot with right prefrr. priced
AKC registered Dachshund Pups. air conditioned. All of financing lots of trees. futures .lh resabl. down
NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE. Cleaner. 441 S. E. 2nd St. No I NW. location. 2 blks. from the kitchen. Insulated go ment. py
Alt 4 weeks. Black or red.
phone calls. shots. schools. FR 2-041. quality and personal work of Call Moeller. GREEN Include family room with fireplace t Box ,
SIZE STYLE NUMBER. $11.s GainesvIlle
and male & female. Ph. Kingsley Sun.
a Lloyd Myrick h. Again offered fireplace In living room, _
SALES PEOPLE Lake 533-241 3 BR 2 baths. Ig. LR walk-In In Est.te central heating and air conditioning -

READY YOUR -FREE choose PATTERN it from 250 design IS Immediate opening to.full I FREE kittens I weeks old. Call closets dishwasher, Sm. down NW 39th Ave. Phone 372.S.o PICTURESQUE VILLAGE wall to w.1 carpets, .39 Out of Town Property
tIme experienced sales N.E. payment. VA mtg., Swim pool In oven and range, elec
Ideas in SPRING- people. FR 6-4339. or see at 2831 4 Bedroom, 3 full baths In Appr. 4 Acres high wooded land bil
Pattern new lust Permanent position. with all I 10th St.GERMAN. privileges, 374-1583 after S. This home has Llbby. overlooking winding scenic road. tri dishwasher huge recreation 3 ACRES OF land, z bedroom
SUMMER Catalog
employe benefits. Apply Wil Heights over 2. home N. W. 3 ml and double carport. THISIS house, other 3 miles
OWNER transferred. 3 BR house ft. of fram I.tl GREEN buildls.
Dresses Coats.morel sq. living litcoito.
out! sportswear SHEPHARD PUPS space
3 north of
son's A LOT OF FOR .
Department Store. $17. *" Wu
VA financed 2 old. $500 fr PROPERT 5t.rk o
dt '
Send 50 cents now. AKC reg. All shots. READY TO yrs. cshweher. and $28,5001 CALL ,
GENERAL OFFICEMust GO. Shown weekdays after 7 cash. Take up payments of $82 .xr.s. I you need t C.I Moeller. u5J

be able to type and operate pm. all day Sat. and Sun. See per mo. Ph. 3723263. plenty of check this VILLAGE $500 DOWN Large 3 HOUSE FOR sale! In Keystone'Heights
Ter. one. Will consider trade. For Information bro Fla. 3 BR.. 2 baths. Iacre
adding machine. Some Don Carney at 3501 NW 18th FHA House for sale NE sectionat frame home near
BEUT CHAR .
knowledge of bookkeeping help CHIHUAHUA puppies ready<< to appraisal value of $10.000. OF GAINESVILLE.call THE JAMES c GREEN School. Some rep.lr needed. ll.ooo L .11 sacrifice.sell Appraiseat
INC.
ful. .Apply Wilson's DepartmentStore go. Come ,tee. R. E. Gregory. $300 down payment low monthly ers of Kingsbury Homes. Phone lot. new spaious. of bric and ONLY $.5.000.0WESTOD Call GalnesvHIe for IIU'o

Hawthorne Phone 481-2312. payments. 3 BR 1 bath, car. nights 472-7401. space _pm_. 376-116
bock si _
port. large storage. Call after _372. pool, dead end St., VILLAGE 3 br. 2
12 Mai Help Wanted SPRINGTIME Is puppy time. English 6:00 P.M. FR 4-4774. 3 Bedrooms, 1 bath, built In kitchen Fine residential area batl home .Itl f.m 40 Business
ft American ;
S,0
Shepherd puppies Properties
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en a well shaded MInImum Call room central -
Mary
SALE. TRADE. RENT. Fum. Un- lt. Moller.INVESTMENT
Shepherd puppies. Call FR down payment. low GREEN oven and range. ONLY
2-0033. turn.. 3 BR. Fla. Rm. BreakfastRm. FHA $1.
WANTEDCOLORED monthly paymts. FOR SALE BY OWNER
fine location. 725 h
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CLASSIFIEDDial ONLY. TURPENTINE AKC registered miniature Dachshund N.E. garage.7th Terr. 372-8223. Baaum. has strip hardw.floors. If you are looking for a fine INCOME Hw. I'n o US 301 No ft
call to S.
DIPPERS. CHIPPERS 4 weeks old. male black Information JAMES Appr. 300 x 300" comprising VILLAGE PROPERTY us ft. Cot. next ,
PAY OFF EACH WEEK. CON with brown markings $75. 102 I COMFORTABLE LIVING 3 bedrooms CO. OF GAINESVILLE, INC br 1 bath homes at 72$ ft 804 2. see this 3 bedroom home with south 3 534 ft. across
AND PULLERS GOOD WAGES. N.E. 31st Ave. 372-2144. and 2 baths central heat. Builders of Kingsbury Hoes. W. Uth Ave.. Drive past S. Call en Itach 2 bedroom .p. Beth ro.e o SfkeyL. P. Box
I
furnished only C
screened porch and family Ph. 3-2. Nights ,Mary GREEN co en Siirtte
TACT _
MR. KENNETH STRICK BLACK LAB. retriever pups. Real room. Ideal neighborhood near Moler.BUDGE 113 Apt. I rented $7000 .
LAND. TELEPHONE 376-8083 Quality. healthy & ready to BY OWNER. 4 bedroom, 2
AFTER 6 P.M. AKC reg. FR 25743 after .. 00'1 34th schools Drive and, $15,500.shopping. 611 N.W. large house double .bat. VILLAGE pr mtREDUCD 42 Farms r Acreage
.:..__ Fenced Close Uni
ya4 Beautiful lot In
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WANTED life ,guard thru Labor g.y Ralph Realtor versity. Cal ..7o located on Ig lot. Black Acres near University 160 acre farm with au" equipment. ,
Day who is free to live on 2 AKC registered male Chihuahuas FOSSEY
premises N.W. near bus school, 'lust right Half mile paved road frontage.
Colt Course
now only
and can do other work 18 weeks old. reasonable.Call II W. University Ave. Ph 374-135 COMFORTABLUSUBURBAN for retirement priced at GREEN Wo

when not on duty. FR 6-3012. "'.2267 Hawthorne Fla.. Selling Florida Since 106" SM58. Cat Mir h. JOHN Good far and acreage listings. J
I
,376-4672 UNIVERSITY of Fla. Student to HAPPY. HEALTHY. American MORE FOR THE MONEY this 3 LIVING r VILLAGE
Call
work spare time. Room rent Shephard puppies male and fe Ig. BR 2 bath. panelled LR. 3 BEDROOMS. 2 bath Wing room Ben Griffin, Associate If
te constitute part of compensation. male. 7 weeks registered. Call fireplace attached garage HW family room, kitchen with built MARYMOELLER MERRILL
FR 4-3012. FR 43470.BEAUTIFUL. floors. Well. Lg. fenced corner ins. Central air conditioning GREEN GLADYS SIT Realtor

RETIRED couple Interested In Seal point Siamese: kit lot. Near Stephen Foster. $14. heating fenced back yard. L 1228 W. 372533 .
I helping run a store in Cedar tens for sale. After S p.m.. Call 500. $450 d.p. FR 28851. cated on quiet dead end REALTORMULTIPLE FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE

I Key serving fishermen and tour FR 2-4073 AVAILABLE MAY 1. 8 room. 2 outside city limits at 345 N. W. YOUNG PHONE RURAL PROPERTIES
ists. Must have references. bath furnished home at 109 NE 3ith Street Take advantage of 3144ASSOIATES
.. Write Box 111*, or call 2441 Cedar 33 LOTS FOR SAL 3rd St. Will sell on liberalterms this excellent buy since owner ROBERTS C SMITH. REALTOR

Kel.AUTOMOBILE. will trade, for duplex ft Is leaving tow 17000. Phone ,REALTOR I AMERICA W. H. BUCKHANNANSAVE U.S. Hw. 441. Mlcanopy, Fla.
4444120
Mechanic. Must be pay cash difference. or will rent 372.3712 _
able to furnish references. All BY OWNER to reliable tenant. Ph. or writeH. 3 BR./ one,bath CCB home In N. 101* W. Univ. 3744471 work end expenses In
new facilities. A good opportunity BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 G. Bellinger Box 277 Starke. E. Ctrl heat air conditioner Meb multiple listing HOMESPRESENTS this Ideal N lati feed FORDYCE ACREAGE
AnnouncementsI for the man who has the Block of N. W. 22nd Street. 110. 964-2881. room, screened pe. .. I.nds.p dra"rle.
ability to better himself. Apply: x 155' Phone 374-510. AIR CONDITIONED tic,' landscaped FR '4-580. ww BR. n. I 340 acres at IU5.00. Over 140 acres

B S. G Motor Co. Inc. IIS S.E. BEAUTIFUL large lots. fully IF you like space.roro entertaining Swimming PoolNice FORDYCEREALTOR NEW BRICK ho. separate Big kitchen dining with rm.pantry HW of "r.nf pastur. fenced and
2nd StrHt.DISHWASHER. .
Improved. In Ridgewood. NW this Is the you. Lg. foors. By owner. SlS.fOO. 71' .le truly beautiful
south of NW living area opening ,onto redwood NE section near school, old Small parcel available
LOST & FOUND WANTED. apply 31st Street lust NW Itth Lane. Ph. FR under -
In person Wonderhouse Restaurant 16th Avenue. J. W. Kirkpatrick ,enclosed patio. Near Lit- fashion family home. All lag MODEL 2.3 U.O.O 20acres.
14 S.W. 1st St. BehInd Agency, 31 N. Main ,or call FR tlewood and Westwood schools. rooms -4 BR 2 baths ,OPEN- Dark BEST BUY In bln qualities and Apoxb.tel
LOST: ONE TAN Chihuahua. 7 Sears. 2-8404. 3 BR, 2 baths central heat pantries dining rm., living rra home the dollar. Exceptional acreage for

yrs. old. answers to the name of site of 1964 dishwasher. disposal built In lty. slepin porches screen FEATURES: NW section beyond city limits. cui Into small tracts prt only
Susie. at Louie's Lunch Saturday Wanted man to manage package lie x 140 lot near NW 34th stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal flrepl.ce. a"lc Enchantingbrick Young executive prf.rred area. S5.00 en .cre. acres
P.M. Call FR 4-3507. store. Must be bondable. Good Parade of Homes on prtre. $22.000 only $1500 fenced and yard. S fireplaces 3 bedroom* 2 o u a .. Call or consult
reliable person. Apply P. O. Box Street. Restricted to 1200 limits.Sq. down. *22 NW 34th Terr.. FR 4- 500. Mortgage 1120 '4 large bedrooms. 3 Screened porches throh. Entrance hall sep "
Ft. home. Outside city foe Custom FORDYCE
kitchen
PERSONALIZED SERVICE 124. Gainesville. 4945. s p eel ous room cbin room, dishwasher. -
4 and natural gas
REA electricity ling
: Oversized ,
Worth time In
BARBER needed. Urgent. Good available. Price 2250. Ph. 2- FOR only $450 down $*U7 per with fireplace. Florida Plus many other custom your off t s ASSOCIATES, INC.
opportunity for right man. Cal 112 Owner. month payments, you can qualify 1 3723738.FRED room and a kitchen for all to features .Wlmberly. Es.t" 3tthAve. '2 W. Uliv.
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention FR 2-446. or check 110 S. Main. for 4 BR, 2 bath home. 1806 enjoy. Centrally heated and air Ph. 3725.IY 376-12
to nervous or elderly. City. NW 38th Terr. Will paint Inside conditi Contact FORDYCE VA & FHA attractive 4 2jath $90SePER .
34 Waterfront Property
OWNER li
Easy Way Driving School. FR I ft outside..completely.' For appt. > INC, 37612Westod yard In ACRE 1
2-7002. Lte. by Stat of Fla.SrtCIAL clean and polish used located
Man to TO see can ;sJZ1MIII.- ARNOLD ft azaleas. Air cond. cent. only 1 mile (closest point) 1
cars. Must be dependable and WINFRED H. CRAWFORD TERMS heat dW. UtlL rm 1 swim dubmebrship from city limit of GtlnesvWe, 1
6 NOTICESTRY willing to work. Apply to BIGMotora Reg. Broker. specalizing In BY THE OWNER In Idylewilde 2 Walking distance 2 miles highway frontage, at Intersection

.Used. _..Car Department. LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE BR. CCB house tile bath family school Is within Walking distance to ft Bishop. of NE 3t1 Avenue
2001 N. W. 13m St. AGE. 3 miles No. of Metros 5:30 room. Celt 372-8001 after REALTORWanted of,this lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath & Jr. High Schools, Shopping elementary ft 2$32NE Uth Ter.H.r Fi 4-234. and Orange Heights Roads. 1200

DIADAX TABLETS (former. ASSISTANT manager. Restaurantand GR 5-281. home. Living room separa t e If no answer, FR 2.57.McKINNE acres must be sold In a block. ,,
I ly Dex-ADIet New name. Motel experience not required. -I LAKE FRONTAGE P.M.SMILE dining room and kitchen plus p Will consider foin a group
lime formula only fl cents. Ca- College Graduate Interested 28 Acres on Sand bottom lake. tio and a large fen yard. Churches.YOUNG I Interest Ph FR .
nova's Drug Store. 31 N. Main In living in North Fla. Call North of Grandin. Asking 5000. conditioned. 114 ..Ith lowdown W

St. 752301. For appointment or On half cash. S. E. Sapp Real You'll smile with delight when payment .n month' pay
Large family to enoy| home. 1M
a ACRES
472-2220. you see this sparkling NEW 3 ments. Contact AMERICA
write Holiday Inn. Lake City. tor. Phone 4722000 or .
ATTENTIONI BR 2 bath CB home on NW Large kitchen. living room with ASSOCIATES INC located li ml. fr Sant F. _
7"2 DEATON
P. O. Box 788. .
Fla.
Nick's Shoe Repair ft Hat Shop. LOT on Cooper Lake. Price $95. 16th Ave. Half acre lot sprigged stone freplace. 3 bro 2.7 acre allotment apx
*o* W. Univ. Will close May 15th ROUTE man for established city Terms. $20 down $10 monthly. and landscaped. Sidewalks to den, 2 3rd a.i.ble. Lakesideretreat HOMESNW V* Iry ,o truck farm
to Sept. Pick-up all repair work. rout. Experience desirable but Phone FR0048.. schools. Already connected to On two lots worth 1.000. Lvel., REALTORS lan. bla. weeds o I d

"GET JUSTICE WITH not necessary. Transportation ON SILVER LAKE- City sewer & utilities. Cent. trees and I.n.pln. furnished cottage. 30 minutes 34th & 7th Avenue ,. s.. Price 16.75 withterms.
Hendrlx Furniture Co. FR
furnished. heat and A-C. Family room. GE from Gainesville. white PI. .247
JUSTISS"As 4 BR. study. living room. all with .10 Northwest Werner )
kitchen. 123.500 terms to Mrs. CleanLives sand beach, forchIldren. 3727070MODERN Wasem..Rllo
MEN LOOKING ,FOR FUTURE d I nta .IU Ih.lo
wall-to-wall carpeting. 1113 N. .
Public Defender for the tth In the Insurance business. Must suit buyer. 11.0 $250Q .- Four B. R. 3 bath HOME two
Circuit Court. The I room. 3 tiled bath home. Large here better than new S down low pay. ENTERTAINMENT bedrooms with private beth2car
Judicial people be between the ages of 25 to SO In Is ACREAGE
want lustke. R. G. JUSTISS Guaranteed starting' porch with breezeway. utility EXCEPTIONALYou bedr T--bt- fa I ments. ( Fishing Is good a pleasure.I You will agree nothing enclosed garage-Large corner
Gainesville lawyer. Is best to qualify. FR room and 2 car garage. This I u t too). Contact FORDYCE ASSOCIATES has been spared In this 3- lot near Call 1M ACRES fe. with good 3
27167. .
FR or Unety.
qualified. JUSTISS will GIVE salary. Call home Is located on a private get more for your money In Fenced lot In S.lne Heights ,INC* 4 2 custom bedroom h. le.N .
2-2153 for Interview. lake 2 miles north of Interlachen and the price at $21- 376-12 bro. bf bit FR 2.317. and .
his talents and energy to defend Price 30000. this attractive 4 BR. 2'* bath I rgh an acre fee go
the poor with no legal counsel. on Hwy. 315. CB home hi Exc NW loti 500. Redwood will plv.c. Call for SouthwestThree on good road.MARY
13 Male Female with terms. Phone .pln.
JUSTISS NEEDS votes and -Help or $5.000 down Half acre lot shaded and this MOELLERREALTOR
fened.
money to be elected. The people FR 40848.HANDSOME. Built-in- kitc StaYs a beauty. Hate Your Landlord? 2,969 so. ft. tn this 4 bedroom cated at 3428 N.W. hme Place. B. R 2 bath homo-Large

NEED Justus.- WILL YOU tell permanent home on Cedar closets. No city split level horn*. Spacious kitchen lot with underground 101' W. Unlv. FR
your friends. and send small EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES beautiful Lake Serena in the taxes. Sacrifice price S1V50. Buy this neat 2 bedroom me separate dining r BUDGET HOME. near Newnans sprinkler ste see at 6-47
sum with nome and address to STENOGRAPHERS Melrose area. Immaculate three Immediate occupancy. o home In No..est Florida room. Drapes and Lk. 2 bro 1 bath. Price 411 S.W. list St. cal VS 10 ACRES WOODLAND 20 m
R. G. Justus. 11 W. Univ. Ave SECY'S full & part-time bedroom. two bath residence and $1,000 d $4500 per petlng Included. Situated on a wl ter for appointment t see. 2 N. of GalnesvHIe o state
And GET Justice with Justiss. BOOKKEEPERSACCOUNTANTS other excellent masonry build- month. No FHA qualifyingor beautiful (lot. Contact FOR 341*. 12. Ruth C.s WorthIngton,
ONE LOOKWill
Paid Adv. Ings; over three hundred feet of red tape. Ideal for student cou- DYCE ASSOCIATES INC, INVESTMENT, Atachua County Is .
CLERKTYPISTSREG. lake frontage means plenty of be sufficient for to see growing invest In the
An
37.12 M Wayto .
IN GAINESVILLE Its NURSES LPN'SYOUNG room for several families. The value in this y block now. CaR vs for o Easy 41 Colored

GDI'S PHARMACY MEN. degrees Bus. price Is most reasonable at $25- home at 3525 NW 7 Place. pleCol Comfort Busis loati Building e a 3 B. R. 1 bi horn In P"'lr
lit Central) Plaza Adm.. Law Engineering. FR Only down
500. Call Kirkpatrick Agency. Nice shaded lot. klcl FORDYCE In ea.ALCHUA area. S.O HOMES FOR SALE .
(next to Wlnn-DUIe 25-35 % Salaries open 28404. 31 N. Main St. Screened l ,* sa. ft. of .IrOltlo payment and S month. 2 & 3 SE 14th 5?. .
For prescriptions ft cosmetics p mu ed luxury. Panelled For detail call Btdro .
for $ SE Tth
no down
DL. DRUGSTOREFOR Personnel Center LAKE Place for sale call FR 2- '.10. terUNIVERSIT with brick fireplace. Separate I ASSOCIATES INC. T FR. 23417. e AY. small down py

SALE:' Membership Carol 102 NW 2nd Avenue 4414 after S p.m. dining room, huge two car ga- : : Monthly payment
Estates Swim Club. $50 less than Call 372-4377 for appointment BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee rage. ,Refrigerator. stove dishwasher I Real Eestate Exchangers Member Multiple Listing ASSCIATE : home built sr

regular membership cot. Owner 10-12 AJM. 2-4 P.M. Men. thru FrI. River at Rock Bluff. Call 374 and ..sh Included. I Multlpl Ustl Realtors 435 N.E. 1st St. Nf4 J I 3. Fred J'y eu.ror l rto down peyment.
leaving town Call$ 372-4450. 6160. Northwest lo.t S with Grac S. Bret Arie T. Smith R..1 Col. J. W. Davis Wllre Cell TOMMY RIDSELL
Exp. secretaries salary open Dudley Gle Mabel Gore, Multiple, Listing Builder Phone FR
Cashier-host, attractive I Associate 2-12
I Baby Sitters Child Care White houseueper. I25..1t. LAKE HOMESOn 1115 N. Main St. .372-4351 ARNOLD Har. Bento. 376-12
2
Bookkeeper salary open Lake Swan. Enjoy the long W. M. Munroe. P I IN THE I
I comm.Exp. boating
Exp. Waltressal.ry summer months fishing
S. E. McLsugfvlbv Frank
TOT mechanics this lovely Aso COMPANY
TINY and skiing on REAlT PARRISHPRESENTS
i Roby. Roy McCann. T. Doug
hi schl. C .
Store trainee, grad.OH. lake. House Is completely furnished las Member .
PLAY SCHOOLVisit trainee. hi sent grad. and air conditioned. 100 Jr.GLADYS 121* W. Univ. Ave. 33
Tree surgeon foreman., $2 hr. feet lake frontage. Extra ,good Associates: :
w* and .sos for yourself Auto salesman. Exp. value et asking price.. SIT Ja CaWweJI F. W. Hoe
*24 SE Ith St. FR ...n t. Short order grill man Sheppard Bob

PLANNED program awaits your Insurance trainee. $100 wk. Her*'* a perfect home for you I I TREE Bedrs. S.W.two baths i.i St. Charlie Mayo Klan
at JACK Rout salesman. Levy Co. overlooking beautiful Lake Lock- Idyld 1t A
pre-school youngster AGY. Call 372 533. FLORIDA PARK AREA. pleasant
EMPLOY.
.. JILL NURSERY SCHOOL CCNNSLL loose. S rooms extra large 'A RedfranksRealestate masonry 3 bedroom home
Music programs. educational 120 SE 374-WS4 1st Ave. living room. glassed In Porch. I FOUR bedrooms, two tn en I nice lot 111 x 154 located
film-strips. 7.45-5.15 Mon.-FrL Phone Corner lot size 175 by 360 feet. Yonge area 1244 bt*th within walking distance t J. JFmley .
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 4000- Shade trees. flowers shrubbery P.1. Elementary and '
S S UN
14-Sales Help Wanted garden plot garage and other 1. C.I 3STHREE High $ Owner
Fenced Gal I
Care Iii home. to men.tiolt.
Child my features too numerous bedrooms, two dose NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
yard. Reasonable rates. Goo'IS Priced to sell with some to University. 7' bat. Uth t
3723711KIDDIEKORT .
references. Phone REAL ESTATE SALESMAN terms. Street Call MASON MANOR Ve Itac
S7" 3-5 MAKE AN OFFEROn live 4 bedroom 2 b

Hugh Edwardv Inc. Gainesville Call us now for appointment FOUR twe bath equity and pick 4% cated on e I with BOATS r MOTOR
Child care center FR 2-4647 largest builder. has opening for ANGLE REAL ESTATE 14th br 1501 NW. o mga o* e"u SI p. f backyard Ideal f Chil OATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION .
salesmen. earning 4404 N. W. 13th St. Phone 374627COWPEN Av ,
new Excellent mo 3 Walking distance
WILL care for children In my opportunity for above average LAKE-oicely furnished Terrace 121.1 C.I 3S3BLACK 'bath t 1. E.b wood dr Jr. High. Cra Pt West WHO WOULD LIKE THE 74th 24" GRILLS

home 51* days a week nice play man. Mr. Dorman. sales manag Exceptional i cation. FHA appraised $13JOo and air 'HUNTER Fiberglass I Ftshipg 12 Plywood fishing boat*. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR J
yard. loads of toys and plentylovmo of er. HUGH EDWARDS, INC 2 b-r A/C home. A 14 S.W. 32nd Street. I Boat Introduced by FRANK $4*JO $10,** I
care. FR 2-4517. 3721551. frontage. $8400. Terms. extra bedroom two j I PHILPOTT? THE TACKLE BOX
GWYNN OAK. 4 GOOD I
J. J. F1NLEY AREA bedr.b SERVICE STORES
bath home. $31.500. Cad 372-S3T3, L yeA
WOULD small ,- 2 home wootf-i EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL The Heart O E.s Galte 725
3
like to keep 2 or LAKE SUSAN-like new masonry Three large bedrooms o.I CHARGE Check H Mi 33
Ph. grK ed Walt wall carpet tn ) w 01
In private home. a with
children home elegantly furnished; SEVEN bedrooms and six bathsIn living room FR
4-,t83. I DUE TO EXPANSION need true at $10400.00.ASKI I built bi Separate Irvingroom fraC. 1't 211.
dream come West HUls. b
1*
with Schoo C FRANK PHILPOTTS
CHILD care by day or week preferably married Ed between men ages 23 High'- Gooc About these and REALTOR lake lots. 3S $ t timing ,r. m Fla Rrason-reeve.Pretty room,bi-i screened patio delightful SPORT CENTER SAVE $3i5 on 1 ft. L Star L of Casimcatfons choose
2 or 3 children by week i ARCH CAMPBELL. t s l Fiberglass w tr .
plus paid vacation for
tot next 2 years. Home with Ig. starting. free salary hospitalization Ant Phone 374-57W ANYTIME. FINLEY Area. 2125 NW. 3 abe p I 11U elilHOY Home of HUNTER FlrU! rieane t.ne and 4 1p fromSWIng

back Yard. Call 372-450 3024 group life Insurance. Westerr2nd FOR SALE air-conditioned.! gas Place. Four bF t MODERN COLONIAL FORES. This attractive F\i Boats. elect Johnsoit. $171BAIRD'S
*.
NW. ISMl St. Southern Life Insurance I heat completely' furnished 2 bat $37,000., Cll Large hill-top lot In North jat h wall t -Quality- Selfe lUelf ? MARINE CENTER S.JI.
lake. d
EXCELLENT CHILD CARE to Co. Phone 374-5811. bedroom house on Coupon carpeting
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my home. Reasonable rates.' 22 miles East of Gainesville. A BUY In Holly Fo)s.W., w Wit. 2 "er.na 3 old brick fireplace family i NW. Ave. 401 S. Main FR Fishing
Complete lunch. Fenced back ., Price SSJMO. $2400 down balance 2nd Ave. I.r b bat ttving-s. room and level/ buttt-ln kitchen 2 .1. FISHING DEAL Ellp.Fi
yard. Have reference. CU FR monthly. Apply box IOtA two bams. $ ... CaR 3S room-Florida 'room. CENTRAL! Urge swlmm'ia pool fe HOl Fi u 12 ft. plywood *kMf, berrentlnetrailer Safety 't .

,-..S4. ROOF LEAKING Gainesville. Sun. UTH Exl Three HET" AIR-CONDITIONING for back conditioning.yard a.ta heat .I t t Mon. Thru FrL M p Sat. "*4 J1,* h-P- J I
Ave Golfing Equipment
SUN PEAKING ON THE GULF a te two y.t 'r. cf Tree s Motor. A for $470 Iter C

Employment Is substitute for Shores bt home W separate guest UNDER $10.00 New 3 bedroom entitle.BAIRDSMARINECENTER Temle Equipment.
There no Cedar
Key 3723393.GLADYS kitchen btctaoes dishwasher. homes built speci'
service. Can S. Ca O F.
t quality SMITH I try OOP and u quali, S. FR 2-U31 Equipment.
GAINESVILLE ROOFING & Other Properties fl I. FJtA. ".1 1a'b

11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 372-024 FREE ESTIMATESALL David Andrews Associates Realtor :- Mlipl. Listing Griffin SOUTHWESTModern ing. N. closing wIlls cost and = FUt *
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WORK GUARANTEED Anna le Burns, 3 br 2 bath bait taxes. Phone for further Sun Want SWIMMING POOLS
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS 15 YEAR BONDED SHINGLES I Cedar Key. 3841ATCRESCENT Hi Fle In w ba area. Ad

2233 S. E. Hawthorne Rd. BEACH C. Avenue Central SI WESTSIOE. New residential *ubOvWow Plua many many more.ADvnrros .
Earn up to U per hour demon- University ,
12 m located
atrctlng famous Studio Girl ----.-.----. 400 trom Ocean. 100 Ft. on opening won BE CAREFREE _
Cosmetics. Full or Pert Tim ".1.., running 750 to River. HAZEL HEIGHTS GCIOS LIVING on Ncwberry Read. Just 1 -
Phone 374-034 after .. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY Priced to sen. William E. Van on earner lot 3 down,' S years t Get Results Enjoy titan and healthy TEX 'I
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Noardt.: Next to Crescent Beach See our be-oom and 3fcedroom large bedrooms. 2 baths, Pool Z
"SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER Bridge Phone 824-3030 Code 305. 2-batn ce I w trance foyer formal step .upnvingroom $ "ae S cleaning

new management. OpenIngs bl electric s e .d1 'with M.M.PARRISH r" crxncz DiatcToaT

for fashion directors. Part For top quality workmanship 35 Houses for Sale Ce for bt c 1f fae. ,I. room. 1 FR U M ,
time or fun time. For appointment call I W .fr A w fr recreation
call 372-7C4*. 372-6142 SO DOWN PAYMENt 3 fe>K.. 2 p Urge Hazel yards a S by appt. -

bath. Central heat central air gr limits. Equipped with only. Call "17, To ad in the I
COOK.eXPERIENCE GAINESVILLE cond. Northwest. ",.ooe. Call c dose to bus stop. MIL MERCHANT: place your ,
helpful but net UPHOLSTERY 376-2927. i s n payment eonven- Claude M. Red' Franks, Realtor AND ASSOCIATES, 'He ,
necessary. Will train. Ago M to 1508 N.W. Urn St l c. Located on North. Myrtle Lasstter Associate MEMBER MULTIPLE PHONE
1 FORSAO.E 4 BR house LyIng section -
i4.PieWd.. working condtttons.Kitcren to. Fn'- Estlmttts-PXK v.. sad room dining room. kttcf,entttt, t 3rti Ave-, West of urn Wm E. "Ii Harris. At H W.y HIS Helen Graham Fun in Sun a721
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Apply L Phone
.f:31 AJVU cats only.p.m.Carmanetla I eeltvery. I deep well, two largo .lots In LaCrosse St. S b ppolntmwd.phone N I 1s ReV.z.: J617 I 11t G""em Par

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and 2 bedroom furnished apartments I bedroom ATTRACTIVE room with private MAYTAG. WHIRLPOOL & KEL. IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
1 FURNISHED 1 mobile GARAGE space tor rent. 413 S.W.
some air conditioned. home. Located in South City Sfjjrance, In quiet modern home. 2nd St. Call John Merrill. Real VINATORS. New automatic I I JR.
Summer rates near Universityand of Alachua. P"FR Kitchen privileges. Ideal for U of to,. FR 2-1494. washers from $131.99.New Homes. Lot .
Limits Income. Business -
THE TIME IS NOW Medical Center. *16 S. W. 6-1180. F studenL FR 27883.A Refrigerators from Sl51.88.New Cooperative apartments to and Lake Property. ,
FR AIR CONDITIONED Freezers from $139.'S.New be built In Gainesville. For
ills Ave. Phone FR 6-3442 or NICELY furnished Farms sod Acreage.
room convenient
1 45', swimming information call FR
6-2664. 2 BR trailer x to town NEARLY new modern office or Icemaker refrig. from $279.93.WE 62921or "
& CURLY
Univ. Phone E.
Jr.
KUEHN.
pool. Call 372-1367 evenings. FR 6-5981. location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. SERVICE WHAT WE SELL write:
I SW 10th
St. 63* N. MAIN ST.
BEAUTIFUL NEW 1 bedroom Ph. FR 4-2472 THE VARIETY STORE P. O. Box 13956
floor Weseman Realty. I
2 BR well turn. 1st duplex. FR -2032 Broker FS 6-4544
air conditioned. 171* N.W. 3rd Room.
Men, S.E. 1st AvenueFR
7
Air cond. double or single. 1113 N. Main St. I
Quiet near campus. Gainesville. Flo.
Ave. $90 a month couple pre Separate 6-3484.:. V
from
Do You Have A Room main house.
quiet,
mature
ApartmentOr Accept 3 responsible
ferred. Call after 5 pjru. 372-6243. persons. 3764494. 2634* N.W. 2nd Avenue. Phone SMALl. Warehouse for rent. Call University Pork I'
LARGE one bedroom Apt. upstairs FR 6-7986. Shown by appoint- Dan Byrd 372-2511. 66 Misc .For Sale.
House to Rent? electricity and water 1 BR furnished garage apt. Couples mcni. Apts. ''I t
only. No children or pets. 30 x 40 CCB warehouse with restroom -
furnished. Stt per month. Located FR 2-C204 102 NW 13th St. Men Women, drive-in door parking. excellent GOING out of the building busi NEW HOMES
N. E. section.: Call FR rooms and apts. near campus. location. 523 W. Univ. ness. Will sell all kinds and .
24556. FOR: RENT 1 bedroom furnished I day, week, month. FR 6-2537 or Ave. In rear. $75 per m 0 n t h. sizes of doors for Vt price. Also
REMEMBER-A 2 BR, 10 x 45 Mobile home for apartment. Clean and cooL $60 FR 6-1082. _Ph. 376-1206 or 376-848. door locks and hinges. Various
rental vacancy COSTS rent. Phone 47559.AIRCONDITIONED. month. Water furnished. Call NICE Quiet bedroom for electrical lights and fixtures. McCOY'SMacoma WALTER
Ronnie Hayward, FR 2-4761 or Businessman or nice sober rent. N.W. 13th St. Building to be con also (alousies and awnings .win: ;
stu
apartment 1 FR 6-6134. structed. Space available for dows and various types of mould- Homes STUBBS
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit bedroom and patio with cook- dent. $35 per moo 414 NE 2nd ,
ONE bedroom furnished Apt. completely St. FR 6-7212. physician, dentist. lawyer, phar- Ing. Out side white house paint
out. Near Medical Center and private close in town of macy, beauty shop and barber girl's bicycle. $5. FR 6-084* be- Inc. INC. ),
Univ. Call FR 2-3488 or 6-4360. NICE downstairs
Waldo. Couple only. Call 468- rooms. close shop. If interested Call 3761831. tween 10 A.M. and 6 P.M.
in. private For Sale attractive 3-
1 BR 1226V* NW 8th St.. $65 per 1595 Waldo. entrance, off-street very ,
Call McKlnney-Creen Inc. Parking. 531 SE 2nd PL Ph. FR ELECTRIC apt. size GE stove in bedroom 1-bath home. 4617
mo.FR 2.3611.EFFICIENCY. 1 Bedroom duplex, lignts and 2.2582. 56 Business Opportunities good condition. $50. For further E. University Ave.; walking 1321 N.W. 16th AVE.
water furnished. Couples only. information call 372-7395. distance to Lake Forest
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU apt.. private en- No children or pets. Call FR ROOMS available with private or Schools. Price $11500. $500 PHONE 376-5394
semi-private
trance & bath. Lights t. hot water 6-5824. bath In nearest off down and $79.50 month. ,
furnished. Summer student campus housing to the center of 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY on W. LITTLEWOOO AREA. 4 BR 3 per
FR 6-5824. REDWOOD apartments, 4401 SW University. FR 63012. Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity bath. 2050 ft. living area Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr.
Ph. sq.
EVERY DAY until it is rented preferred. FR 6-7290.
: 13th St. New 1 bedroom Apt. now NICELY for the right man to get in central heat. built-in kit. 1 blk Day nights FR "We Trade Houses" .
One 2 furnished room In prlv. 6-5015. Office corner N. Main
TWO' APTS. One 1 BR apt. available for Information call the bowling alley business with
BR air conditioned apt. WalkIng I FR 60427. ate home. Maid service. ParkIng a small amount of capital. Call from Westwood Jr. High 2blks. and 23rd Blvd.
.
Uttlewood elem
from
dist. to town. Call FR 2-5514. space. Reasonable rates. FR 4-2641 or FR 6-2930. Ask for n-
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: ,,2 BR furnished Apt. married couples _210 E. Univ. Phone FR 67423. Mr. Haynes. school. Ideal for Ig. family or -
$75 MO. I only. $115 per mOo 1412 N.W. family and elderly persons. = llwNeswIm4auaiesftffii8iinaaiLi
Month to month rental or lease to 8th St. Call FR 2-420 after 5 PRIVATE bath, entrance. and Priced for immed. sale. $24.500
$40 per mo. .. . $1.33 per day suit tenant-1 bedroom furnishedApt. p.m. parking. Nicely furnished. New 3449 N.W. 13th Ave. 372-2893.
available at 1204 NW 23rd refrigerator. isis N. E. 7th St. 61 Wanted to Buy [S va NorwoodHope

$50 Blvd. Ph. FR 6-2472 Wese- LARGE, clean! room, close In. I !
$1.66 day
per mo. . per .man Realty1113 N. Main St. 46 Unfurnished Apt Dairy maid service. Reasonable.
WANTED water cooler must be
2 BR furnished apt., living "". Phone FR e-1423. 622 N. E. 2nd : EYES RIGHT!
priced reasonable and In good
$55 per mo . $1.83 per day kitchen private St.
dining rm. I
NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen working condition. Call 3724441.ext. "H" Inc.
bath. Adults anly. Married : equipped. $60 per month on a PRIVATE ROOM with bath 1 Blk. 20. t-5 weekdays.WE See real dream living In Shadow III/DiIWIWIIUUlIlI'lIlIllIlIlllmlR1IIIIIIIIIIII/ !
$60 per mo . $2.00 per day couple or 2 or. 3 sober male years lease. Ph. 3764372 days. from campus $35 a month. 1104 Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. 5
BUY and sell all kinds
students.month. Apr.No 20 pets.through$109 August.per I 376-7327: evenings.BEDROOM : S.W. 3rd Ave. FR 2-0989. niture, stoves refrigerators of fur- D. Oliver BId,. 1115 NW 40th Drive We Trade Homesor

$65 per mo . $2.16 per day Can be seen at 414 NE 2nd St. 2 large living room. NICE quiet room, teleon.i!: clothes radios. TV. etc. Call West en Ph.NW FR 39th 1-0846 Ave. past E 3 Br.2Bath Property
Ph. FR 6-7212. : kitchen equipped. Couple pre carport or kitchen privileges. $10 FR 2-3937. We
the Clan Springs Intersection. must sacrifice this
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day 3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent. ferred. No children or pets weekly. FR 6-1961. SMALL camper size bottle gas Sea sign en left. 6Our inventory is too I198llflllTl7InrnmwusiinrumiiillThe .
Phone FR 2-4357.
1-I BR'apt.. 2-2 BR apts. 503 2 Air conditioned rooms for rent stove. Call 462-9660 Alachua
NE-.4th Ave. 2 Bedroom unfurnished apart- utilities .. linens furnished. Kitchenette Fla. much-We will toke

$75 per mo . $2.50 per day NICE downstairs apt., close In. ment. lOll S.W..lth Ave.. $75 Mo. private entrance. $12.50 _I $850 for our equity. following ere ready for
Utilities & antenna turn. Ideal FR 6-2641 or FR 6-2730 Mr. I weekly. Men only. Ph. 372-1565. FINER HOMESby You assume $17.000 occupancy.

$80'per mo . $2.66 per day for working person. 531 SE 2nd Haynes. i FURNISHED room with private 64 Household Cooda CAPITAL BUILDERS I Approximate mortgage. 3707 N.W. 21st W.
PI. Ph. FR 2-2582. TWO bedroom duplex I kit' i entrance and private bath, central offered thru Hurry to take advantage
heat, telephone 4-BR. 2 bath $700 down.
and
$85 ,per mo . .' $2.83 per day NICE large, quiet, cool, first floor ,_ chen See at equipped.4166 NW$85 6th per St. month. Call FR 65112. garage. APARTMENT SIZE gas range DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES.INC. of this. $107 moo
furnished apartment. Good resIdential good condition. Call FR 2-7481.

$90 per mo . .. $3.00 per day stores and section.bus Convenient lines. With I to n 47 Houses for Rent Furn. NICE private, comfortable home. ,Available quiet room now.In 1 LARGE space heater; 1 side I I 1115 NE 5th St. 1442 NE 16th PI.

walking distance of square. No See at 202 NW 12th Terr. FR arm water heater. See at 604 NOTHING DOWN VA 38r.2BathOur 3 BR m bath, $400 down.

$3.16 children, or pets. $65 monthly. ___6-5361 or 6-2100. N.E. 7th Ave. Loss Your Gain (91 per mo.
$95 day
per mo. . per FOR RENT. 3 BR.. 2 story trame I Only $100 Closing
Phone FR 6-5846.
house. Kitchen furnished, some MALE students, single or doub- FREEZER AND REFRIGERATORFOR MINIMUM DOWN FHA -Our inventory must 3330 & 3320
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day LARGE front apt. near bus I line other furniture. See at 120 ble} Private entrance. 1406 SALE WILL TRADE FOR be lowered We will
& stores. Private entrance $85 N. W. ttn St. Call FR 6-2893. N. W. 5th Ave. FR ...,61. ONE NEEDING REPAIR. take for NW 30th Ave.
per mo. Phone 376-5805. FREEZERS REFRIGERATORS N.W. 6th St. & i $850 our equi- 3 BR. 1 bath $ 50 dn 179-"
3 BR living rm., dining rm.. $100 A LARGE, new furnished room GASSED IN HOME $9. BUY & 37th Place ty. You assume $13,600 per me
LARGE 2 bedroom furnished apt. with private bath & entrance,
per mo. 106 NW 10th St. Prefer FREEZERS REFRIGERATORS ( )
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR Conveniently located 2 blocks male students. McKinney Green, also private drive, prefer mid NEEDING REPAIR. FR 2-1330. NEW ONE & TWO is Approx. mortgage 4617 SE lit PI.
from downtown. Suitable for 2 Inc. FR 2-3617. dle-age business lady. Call I I PLANS g Hurry! We must sell
FLOOR
to 4 students $80 month. Call 372-6948. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested now! 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd P1.
.ID .L"lft7ft-.- 2 BR, 732 NW 23rd Blvd. $95 per and Guaranteed 3 BR. 1 bath, $500 dn. $61
RENTAL WANT ADS mo. Call McKinney Green. Inc. 42 Refrigerators from S39 up 3 BR. & 2 BATHS DDIIUIUIn1Inmnllm1lll1lllllI oer mo.
SUN 51-A
UPPER Duplex, 3 Rooms & bath FR 23617. Wonted To Rent ,
Ranges from S39
central location. no children or up
pets. Apply 234 S. W. 2nd PL ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom 17 Washers from $19 upI SALESMAN ON PREMISESOR FOR RENT 205 SE 38th St.

large Florida room, month or WANTED unfurnished house out. Dryers from $49 up CALL FR 2.2511 FOR Bath. $300 dn, $66 per mo.
MODERN EFFICIENCIES Air year. Mathewson Manor. Call side of city limits.Call between 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up m -124SE7hSt.
conditioned Phone A. E. Harp 4752981. 1:00 AJA. and 4:00 P.M. FR 2 Dishwashers from $49 up WALTER STODDARD. = 3BR.1 Bath 303 SE 38th St.
FR 6-5576. # 6-2877. 10 TV Sets from $35 up EMMETT HOLLOW, 1 Year Lease, $100 per Mo.
ONE 1 -rOOll". 2 bath house. 2 JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 304 & 314 SE 39th St.
44 Cottages for Rent 45 Furnished Apti. NICELY furnished convenient screened, porches, 2 car garage 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 CHRISTINE STONEDAN 1IIIIIIIIIWIII/IIII1111J111mlJlIIIIIIIIIIIIJlllllIIIIIIInI/ 3 BR, 1 bath $500 dn. SUper
downtown area. $75. Also garage Ig. parking lot. Located 805 53 Office-Desk Space mOo
apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults NE 2nd St. For information callJ. USED APPLIANCES BYRD ASSOCIATES INC.
I with cabana.
trailer large
2 No BR pets. 3037" SW Archer Rd. 1 BR. furnished apt.. water fur only, no pets. Inquire Lillian's T. Howie 3721090. RANGES FROM $39.95. (25 N.W. 13th St. I.El Norwood WJW.W03Iifflu1ll1llt89tVlJJIlL..Ill1ira
FR 25633. nished. 4123 NW 12th Tedr.. $60 Music Store. 2 BR, nice lot fenced $90 per OFFICES FOR RENT Refrigerators from $95. JACK DE YOT-REALTOR

-:=--U, _....._ .....HUA.... ., per mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930 1 BR furru apt., Ig. LR kit.. prlv. mo. 1 BR, near campus $75 per New modern air conditioned office WE TV SERVICE WHAT from WE 3995.SELL The following are under construction -
;I ccinvuv muucnLaks .v.
Melrose Boat ask for Mr. Haynes. ent. & bath, V block from campus mo. Frank Roby at FR 62937or space. Individual rooms. STORE ; and will be ready
Swan ramp. THE VARIETY
2-4351. Large or small separate units. MORE GOOD BUYS .Hope for occupancy soon.
Sleeps 7. June 1st thru 21st. $40 FURNISHED Apartment for rent avail. now, couple prefer 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR .
_per _week. Phone FR 6-3044. with living Rm., bedroom tile red. FR 6-74(1 or FR 6-6112 after HOUSE TRAILER. 45 X 10, $85 Furnished or unfurnished. Phone 6-3484.
.
bath alr-cond. 1. 2 bedroom 6. per mo. Call FR 6-0097 after SREAL and Secretarial service optional. 20-23 ACRES "H" Inc.
Apt. FR 2-9569. close p.m.- Off street parking. $55 to $200 NUBIAN desk and coffee table of highway 441 frontage, rail 3236 NW 29th Ave.
45 Furnished Apts. PRIVATE newly painted per month. Call Les Jackson I. black oak $15 and $30. Under road. Ideal Industrial site. 3 B R, 2 bath $700 dn. PIper
and I
Hot
3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & in, 3 rooms and bath. NICE 2 bedroom furnished FR 6-6461 anytime. Ernest Tew wood portable typewriter $20. I We Trade Homes mo.
2 8 R. furnished aparlmenl. No clean. For married( couples on cold water furnished. Off street house, tile bath & hardwood Realty. Call FR 1-0126.
pets. 311 S.E. Ith St. Phone FR I ly. Adults no pets. Rent rea parking. No pets. 15 S.W. 2nd I floors, separate living and din-I .. LOVELY OLDER HOME g or Property & 3311
."61. sonable. Call 376-7144. Place. Ing Rm. No sm. children or I quiet location 3 Br., Extra 3301

2 BEDROOM furnished duplex. MCBILE home, clean 2 bedroom CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto pets $115 per mo. Ph. FR 6-2823. Area.Large Lot ,Lovely Garden I iimnniiiffiiimiminiiiimfliimmiminmnnmALL NW 30th Ave.

1917 NW 36th Ave. $S2 per month. fully furnished. Paved streets shopping 609 N.E. 6th St. FOR RENT until Sept. 1st. fur BUTLER BROS. $12,200ONLY OUR HOMES ARE 4 BR. 2 bath. $650 dn "l
Call FR 2-4224. swimming pool. No pets. 1] S.W. Phone FR 21391. $65 per month. I nished 2 BR. separate dining 37 OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY per mOo

1 & 2 BR 1 blk from campus 2nd Place. FR 2-4093. CLEAN and neat near campus room, nice location. $75 per mo. $500 s SEEING ANYTIME IF AYe.
NW 30th
$101 and shopping, one bedroom prefer Call FR 28345. D YOU WILL JUST CALL. 3224
air cond. optional $76 per
Inc. EAST SIDE married tenants. Call any- OFFERSPRING Down-No Closing Costs. New g 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR 3 BR, 2 bath $600 dn. tM
Call Green. '
mOo McKlnney 2 ROOM house, 1217 S. W. 3rd 3 Br. Homes Just Outsi*
time. 6-S3CIorFR6.7939 per mo.
372-3617. GARDENAPARTMENTS RalpH FOSSEY Realtor Ave. Furnished. Maid service.FR City LImUs. g

I LARGE upper Apt. Close to cen- II W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 2-1810 after 5 p.m. _lffinh1l____=____.ll1m1TIm1nnIu1fflInmEfflmln2llItjnhlliIi'WIN ____.___.______.__mTU! "'_"IR12wllBB8m8Bmwmn5B_'__'____ ____ .. ___
ter of town. Reasonable good "Selling Florida Since 1906" 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath furnished VALUES IN
condition. $100 per mo. U J. Mo- house, near campus. Available
ratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. FR 2- $57 per month up>> 2 Bedroom trailer for rent Shef- early May. $150 month. Call FR
4957.TWO Gainesville's Finest field Trailer -Park. Phone. FR 6-7672 from 4 to 6 p.m.
bedroom furnished apt. 6-1573. LUXURY NEW HOMESI

near Univ. &.- Alachua General Furnished or unfurnished EFFICIENCY: : 112 SE ins St., $75 48 Houses for Rent I--*. -' *-.
Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart- Unfurn.
Green,
Call McKlnney
HospItaL Ph. FR 6-79SS Gainesville per mo.
or write R. T. Stroud. P. O. ment. 309 NE 91h St. P"376- Inc. FR 2-3617. buy until you see these NEW homes

Box 365 St. Augustine. 9630. NEW FURNISHED 3-ROOM FOR RENT unfurnished 2 BR jn Fernwood Manor. 39th St. & 13th PI. THIS HOMEr {
furnished bed
1
Very clean nicely DUPLEX APARTMENT house $60 per mo. unfurnished .
Sun Want Ads room apartment. Tile bath. $65. Nicest in town. Good location 2' BR duplex apt, $60 per mo. 3 Bedroom and 1 and 2 Bath Homes
733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 6-0644 or line. Call FR 6-7466.
on bus Couples only. No
FR 2-9569. Mr. Mrs. Thomas.
or pets. Available within two weeks three NO DOWN PAYMENT VA
Get Results 1 large rooms 1st floor, private $60 Month I or four bedrooms two baths,
bath adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave. Apply (16 NE 8th Ave.__ $125.00 per month unfurnished,
near schools lease required. Call .$400 DOWN FHA .
Kirkpatrick Agency, FR 2-8404 <
31 N. Main St.

SERVICESHome 3 BR home for rent. $100 per From $74.38 Month I
month. Must lease for 6 mos.
1117 NE 31st Ave. Phone 372-
3263. '

FORDYCE RENTALS p T THE DOWN PAYMENT
Call our agency to find the
And Business house you wish. Many listed. #
Also apartments furnished. AND SAVE CASH _

r FORDYCEASSOCIATES -

BulldozingSMALl. PAINTING INC. _
.!26 W. Univ. 376-1236

WANTED painting. Free es- 3 BR. family room, All Services
equipped kitchen
City
bulldozer, loader dump timates. No lob too smalL Work ,
trucks fill dirt. lime rock. TopsoiL guaranteed. Phnne' FR 3-5630. large lot. Avail now
Phone 372-...... $135 per mo. 5010 Newberry Rd. {
Ph. 372-5951. Sales Office
:
BULLDOZERS &. Dragline. Back PlumbingSEWER 2 BR Kit. equipped 1206 N.E. *' ___-.-,_ ,
hoe, wheel tractors. motor fth Ave. $85 I mo. Call McKInney NW39th Terr. & NW 16 Ave. v .; '..J'IJ'!!! >! )I-.y"owe'
:: = <
grader. Free estimates. W. G. INSTALLEDNEW Green. Inc. FR 2-3617. 4.,. -. 4. ..,,-,. w .st.m.w.a..w ,. .' "'.*..).
(Buck) Johnson. FR 6-6219.
v I & used fixtures. complete 2 BR house. Ig. living rm.. dining Phone FR 2-9545 and
MIcbine plumbing service "BIG" JIM Rm., & separate kitchen 614 or Nights
V I Service Concrete HUGULEY, Gainesville Plumb- _NW 22nd Ave. Call 376-1950.

Ing FR 2-1S89. RENTALS Holidays FR 6-9048

RemodelingNEED Call ui for Aprs, houses turn. &
.
CONCRETE finishing. Walks.drives unfurnished.
patios slabs and shuffleboard -
etc, expertly done. Esti MARY MOELLER : :
mates. Call 377-384. anytime. A NEW Florida room carport REALTOR AND THE TAPPAN APPLIANCES IN IT
,
patio, screened-In porch
etc.? Call 1019 W. Univ. FR 64471. The
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS now and get It done Correct-
for the summer months. Call 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr '
372-8049 after 5 P.M. for free Stove I. refrigerator, $115 per Come out and see this luxurious new home. The
estimates. mo. Phone FR 6-2472, Weseman Address For
FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER
Realty.

Sales and Service CO. Upholstery 3 BR. 1 bath 530 N. E.9th Young first prize is $25,000 which Tappan will depositin

All heel. of Fire Extinguishers St. $100 a mo., available May :
Pick up>> and delivery -;-service UPHOLSTER your furniture al 8th, Call McKlnney Green Inc. bank for
Appliance Repair & C -Thomas Ph. 376-1989 reasonable prices. Call Sally I FR 2-3617. ExecutivesPine a you to apply towards purchase of

Gainesville\ Fla. Experienced. FR 6-9888. 3 BEDROOM. I bath, immediate
Air Conditioning occupancy. Near Univ. and Fin- this home. Hundreds of other valuable prizes
Mortgage BrokerFHA SewingAlterationsALTERATIONS ley schooL- Call FR 2-6554 or ,
FR 2-1525. Forest

A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP too. And nothing to buy. All have do is .
01w 0 men's 2 BR screened porch electric you to enter
First In air conditioning and Appliance and conventional at lowest clothing, also buttonholes kitchen, blk. to Univ. campus. VI1
repairs. We sell guaranteed Terms to 25 belts. & Brick & BlockConstruction
current rates. dressmeklng. Call $90 per mo. Call F. E. Davies.
washers, refrigerators etc. years. Will gladly discuss at no 372-6891. Travelodge MoteL your name in the Tappan Sweepstakes when you
FR -2067.. obligation. Call tomorrow.J. I,
W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor 3 BEDROOM unfurnished house
ADVERTISE IN THE $40 per mo. 1805 NE 16th Way. Kitchens visit model home.
Appraisal Service 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-1494 SERVICE DIRECTORY Call FR 6-2218. ,6 G.E. our

FRED B. ARNOLD FRED REALTOR B.ARNOLD 2 Bk partially furnished house k Air Conditioning

REALTOR FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS Sewing Machine Repairs and 3 BR unfurnished house for ( ) TAPPAN BUILT-IN APPLIANCES featured THE
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL rent. $70 & $80 per mo. Ph. 376- I / optional as on
SERVICE 121t W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 2.3Sfl 5568 from S A.M. to ? P.M.
in* w. UNIV. AVE. PH. m-3.:22!: CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER LOVELY 4 bedroom 2batls, .v Sidewalks

per MORTGAGE cent Interest.MONEYS Terms to Ave.VICE 376-1075.CO. (15 We W. repair University aMakes. home. Near University and Fin. .- .. Terrazzo Floors TODAY SHOW-LIFE-LOOK-SUNSET. :
School. Stove. refrigerator,
Auto Equipment 25 years. Work fully guarantPf'd. ley
BUY large yard. Now available. can All
BUILD REFINANCECall l City
FR 6-0192.

HYDRAULIC exchanged JACKS Repair rebuilt kits for It $25 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 9-2511 Tires Alignment 2 BEDROOM house for ren Conveniences Enter the Tappan Sweepstakes at our model home, THE
Dan Byrd Broke Service Range and heating stove. $65
Walker Jacks.
Factory authorUed mo. 117 S. E. 4th. Ave. Call FR .. Wooded Lots
Walker hydraulic JackService GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA 2-861B. MILLBRAE, located on NE 31st Ayenue in
Agent. HULL'S BRAKE and conventional loans. Low VACATION SPECIALON
SERVICE .. SUPPLY 1314 S. rates. Terms t. JJ years. 1221 famous nationally known Mohawk NEWLY REMODELED and dec S Extra Ba? Closets ,
Main FR 7-1497 _W. Untv. Ave. 372-5393. tires -. Save up to orated 3 Br. house $60 per mo.
Screened
incl 50 on new tires. See our new Call FR 2-3602 day or FR 2-S686 Porches \
FORDYCE and Associates : Highland Court
Auto Glass wrap around retread that gives nights. Manor
Conventional and F.H-A. leans. more mileage & traction. Lat VA or FHA
Call 376-1236. Grace Ferdyce. mer TIre Co. 623 N. Main St. 2 BEDROOM frame house near ...z= ==:..
Realtor. Fordyce & Associates. i iInc.o schools. stores and church. 411 8 9 ? the swim club: community
AUTO GLASS Is our only bus 926 West University Ave N.W. 7th St. Call FR 62547.
ness. Immediate Installation; nue. WINDOW CLEANING! PINE FOREST T.
free pickup t delivery. Add 3 Bit study Lr. RonDo. RnwKit.

beauty 4 value to your car. I WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned equip breakfast nook. near ,
center. Call
MAULDIN-S AUTO GLASS CO. and waxed, houses washed 1 11 city park, shopping By Quality Minded

-_323 N.W. 6th St. FR235L__ Sun Want Ads I yrs.Phone experience.FR -595S..Free estimates. FR 6-2691 HUGH EDWARDS Inc. Phone 3723471KIRKPATmCK

For Rent _
49 R4>o u

ADVERTISE IN THE Yard Work 372-1551 -

Get Results SINGLE or double room Sa large & PIERSONOH
SESVICE ,
DIRECTORY: CHARLES WOR&HAM speeiz- cool rooming house 2 blocks .
NE 16th Ave. & 15th St.
big In lawn mowing. edging &. off campus. tQt )en. living Rm.
pruning. FR 6-1M6 anytime. Mid aervla. Call FR 2-2726. .

.
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MR.ATOMS WOUID HOW CAMWEEVERTHWK
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84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR 85 Automobiles for Sale 37 Automobiles Wanter .1
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FOR THE CORRECT 1I 1 1II
INDEX CONDITIONING Tune up i A/anted fib I II
'63 OLDS JETFIRE. R&H, thru 1954. Fords
Special S2JO for performancetest. air,, 4 speed transmission factory Turbo and Chevrolets. W S.E. 4th TIME I
AU makes and models. St. Al Herndon S rv' REPUTATION
e Station.
ANNOUNCEMENTS I Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air charged engine etc. Now I'
FR 2-1411
1 U MtBorllMef MERCHANDISE Conditioning Servicing' Center. cond.: John Pierson FR 63790. i

I Cud Tkanka 11 WmU... Bu.a 204 N. Main st.. Phone FR 2- SURPLUS cars from_ Owner. New DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS Courtesy Of
2561. Saab. G. T Sift. 1 fire engine. I
r .S 4 1Ae'l'enesaIIHC A ewe ferrtee* n Hae BaildiBf* U7 Materials* Teeie complete.Phone 475-5811.1new King .Midgett. I University Chevrolet : IT'S THAT PRICELESS INTANGIBLE

i Trmtel Imtomtttea .4 BM>ck Co4i 85 AUTOMOBILES'for SALE N. Main St. at 6th Are.VOLKSWAGEN. THAT KEEPS
OUR CUSTOMERS
< Special NMIeu' C5 AaUfmetM BRING out the best In your car. POOLE-GABLE '
7 FkwUU KUe. r.r Sale CADILLAC SEDAN 1957 DeVUIe. Superior Auto painting & body i atf.
Baby sitters. CUM Can n Tradl-g P.lta Loaded with everything. S550. ISM I work. Fast dependable service; 119 SE First Are. I COMING BACK.
e Places Te G* Ant 68 Articlea WaateiO N.W. 38th Terrace. Phone 372-0481. free pickup. delivery WRIGHT'S. 372-4343
BODY WORKS 2031 NW ,M| St.
Things Te SeeAUTOMOTIVE P.l 00 Weed '
equipped
CORVAIR Moral 63
70 B at- Marine Eemip. with radio heater white sidewall FR 4-f7Q7. -- .--- 63 CADILLACSedan
71 Camp.Hunt- tlskIS tires. 8,000 actual miles. 1955 RAMBLER Mechanically okay. j d
It Alrplaa. Bak.-EestsL Office Ealp.ort Assume payments, small equi Good tires. SJ25. Also GAINESVILLEAUTO De Ville.: Factory air Au
77 M.kOe Homes far Sate 7S Mulcal MeJ'Cl&dJae ty. Win consider older car for camping trailer. Phone FR *. 4 window
I 18 Track far SaU7S equity. Call owner at. 372->4l. 7705. SALES tronic eye. hardtop $499
Trucks tv..... ext. 33. 1-5 weekdays. 1944 RENAULT, 2,000 miles. SI 175. I sedan. White with deluxe De
50 Tract n *Trek BcnUUJ REAL ESTATE FOR SALE CHEVY "59 4 Dr. standard trans 1)61 Corvalr coupe. auto trans. SWJ 1007 N. Main St. MILLERiQ) I Ville Interior. Low mileage. One
Trailer RcaUls mission. 4 cyL radio WoW 2 1960 Vouxhalt. $350 Phone FR 2.6313 owner.
U Matereyctea ScaaUnM SS Lots fer Sale tone blue. Best offer. Can FR KM Flat 600. S2 5 Noithcentrol BROWN
Ast mobf. ae&InII 54 WaUrfreal Property 47337.OeSoto. 1963 Corvalr Monza. 4 In floor.R .I Florida 62 CADILLAC
AmUasokDc |*r Sato 55 Bamsea Per Vale 1957. 4 Dr. S500. Good con H, steal at 1145. LargestIndependent 1030 E. Univ. -
M Swap CanEDUCATIONAL 94 C.Uaes Far Sale .. Dealer -
E dition. Call FR 2-4564. 1963 comet custom 4-D. H H. FR 2-3582
87 Real
Estate ExckureJ S1495.
88 Beat Estate Wanted i .DODGE LANCER. 1961 mod-770 4 Phone 372-3407 or FR 2- US. I Sedan. Factory air, fully equipped.
89 Oat .( T.wm Property g Dr. s-stlck new tires. 39,000 mL I I I $3 495
U Schoala InttraeUoi ,
1942 BEIGE CORVAIR. Can be
4* Baslaeti Frp niea se9 5. Mr. Baldwin, 3764404. I nice.
U Masla. D..eJa. 41 KesUcBtlal laeame seen between 3 and 11 pm. at' Very
M Waited-InttrmeUaa 4$ Farms FORD. "54. 4-door. ,Ford-o-MatK. Cotton's Minlt Mart. 317 SW 4th RAMBLERTest i \
Acreage
Body and motor In excellent con "
EMPLOYMENT <3 Colored Property .Rentals dition.' New 30 month better)?. Ave. rY 61 CADILLACSedan
11 Wart Wasted Mala 43-1 Catered p,....." salts II $275. Phone FR 4-4383. [

II Hark Wasted Feual RENTALS Ford Conyprtible. 1960 Crestllner.S395 : De Ville. Factory air 6 win-
1* SaJaa Help Wasted i equity for S200. Balance Cleanest Cars I dow hardtop sedan. Beautiful light $

U U Help-Mate Help Mil*Waata.r Female 44 41 Cettacea FaraUket Per Beat S1095 376-4TS4.financed. Call R. L Black TRADE .INS i green interior. Sold & serviced by 2995
Apia. I I In TheCounty
DramaUa 41 Cnhralihed Apia. PLYMOUTH 1954 4 door. In good B & G. 35,000 miles.. Will pass
U Faaiala Help Waited 47 Reuses far Bent > Fara. = condition. two new tires. Phone I the most critical examination.
41 Reuses ter Beat Cnf,.. FR 4-8887.
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4* ...... far Beat ; ANDSAVE 60 CADILLACSedan
VW, 1957 fair condition sun roof. ,
...,
H rtrm E, "> 50 Betel Reams I :
radio and heater S450. call I
n Tttt remitter 81 Mite. BchUU81A 59 FORD The Best i
466-3414 after 7:00
mornings or De Ville. Factory air i full
28 Livestock SippHeat Waited Te Beat Custom V-t, standard trans
Lu'...,.., Tap ..0 SS Baarders Waited p.m.VW mission. 41,000 actual miles. I power autronic eye. distinctive S2595
M Pets Supplies 83 Office Desk '63 Micro-Bus. deluxe model condition.
Spate 1-owner like new
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51 LlTcsUek Waata4FINANCIAL 84 Business BeataJe I radio," neater, curtains low mileage $845 Rambler 660 Station Wagon Automatic ebony. Interior immaculate. 33-

seat.. Price very $2,195.clean.Melton Split Motors.front Radio Air Conditioned Reclining Seats. Ex 000 actual miles.

SERVICE 703 N. Main St.. FR 4-7571. ecutive's Car. Attractive
excellent
-- CHEVROLET condition
M Butaeta OppartaaUle 23 Special SerrleeaSS 59 60 CADILLACSedan
:rt 11 M.a.T t. Lana : Berne Imprevemeala VOLKSWAGEN 1960. clean, good (2) Impala, 4-door hardtops. .. . . $2995 AT .
'u 1l.ngageIt 14 Ba.lo TT Service mechanlca* cond., extras. Call Both cars In excellent condi .
Mosey wasted 2S Appllaaca Fmrattmre FR 4-5345 or FR 2-5520 tion. One has brand new set 63 Ford Fairlane 500,4-dr.f automatic transmission air conditioner beautiful $
of No. 1 Silvertone tires.
957 Volkswagen recently over. 495
..- 'hauled. Good condition. Call 372- $1095. $1195 radio and heater . . $1995 blue.
2888 or 376-8415. BARKLEYMOTORS
'66 Misc. For Sal 72 Office EquipmentAINESVILLE'S MID WEEK SPECIALS I 62 Rambler Ambassador, bucket seats, auto-

1955 Ford V-I ............ S295 56 4-door CHEVROLEBeialre. automatic.1, matic transmission air conditioned solex
largest volume office 60 CADILLACHardtop
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1960 Falcon: Wagon ....... S625
DOWLING' UPHOLSTE'RYIi supply dealer. Chesnufs 1957 Ford Wagon .......... S295 radio heater power steering. glass, nice . . . . . $2195
Ii low .s ... No money Office Equipment Co. Invites you 1955 Chevy. 4-door ..,.... S34S power brakes. white wall tires.
.. down, low as $5 per month. to come In and shop.. or call for 1951 Plymouth, 4-door. V-t $295 2-tone paint. Clean. 62 Ford Galaxy automatic transmission radio S
Free estimates pickup and delivery free delivery. Chesnufs Office $495 $645 1995
service. All work guaran Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. 1957 1956 Mercury Buick fishing 4-dr. car Hardtop.... 1195 & heater clean .-. Of' Of. $1695 sedan. White power.
teed. Phone 37477M.NOW Ave. In Downtown Gainesville.
H & H MOTORS
1636 S.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2-3749. 53 CHEVROLET2door 62 Rambler 400 6 cyl automatic transmission
you can enjoy cooking with 73 Musical Merchandise hardtop. 2-tone paint radio ai rcond. bucket seats .$1895
gas. Gas range used installed Powergllde, brand new set of I 63 OLDS 98
FREE with our LP gas. MS
white 'wall tires. little
Ford Sharp
complete. Propane LP Gas SPINET Piano used. Mahogany 62 Rambler 4-door automatic transmission, I

5110.sw Archer Road. Phone fR. finish Grldley with Music matching Co. FR bench 2-5353.$395. .Falcon car. $395 radio, heater clean . . . $1495 63 RAMBLER | Sedan. Factory air, fully equipped $

ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna ORGAN SALEOf Classic: 'SJ e Fairlane 61 Rambler American 4-door radio heater
I ,
Double stack complete. Nothing Christmas Left overs. All SPECIAL transmission air | White a real beauty.
else to buy. SIS. Brants. new organs. Savings up to 30 e T-Bird clean . . . . . . $995 conditioned radio heater. Real
THIS WEEK ONLY sharp. See and Savel
513 N.W. tth Avenue. per cent. Earl's Piano Co. ,
YOUMAY BE NEGLECTINGyour 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 Ford I 56 OLDSMOBILE 61 Rambler, 6-cy!, 4-door oincondition.auto- $2095 62 OLDS 88

hearing will give Our Free an Examination accurate USED Upright Piano $89. Used Holiday 4-door hardtop Automatic matic trans., radio a real buy . $1195
you Grand Piano $25. New studio TrucksThe radio. heater, power "
\ report.Gainesville Piano $395. Used Player Piano steering and brakes black and 60 Falcon ,2-door-new set of WW tires $795 Hardtop sedan factory air, power
Hearing Aid Co. $495. Your credit ls good withus. Unexpected 'from white. Mack and white In steering Gr brakes, electric seat. S2495
62. N. Main St. FR 4-OW5. 1025. Gainesville W. Univ. Ave.Music 3725421.Center. FordMustang terior. 60 Chevrolet 9 passenger station wagon automatic 63 FORDCustom Two tone blue with blue vinyl
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USED Chain Saws WO up. New $445 300' 2-dr sedan. Equip. upholstery.
4 hp saws SI*. S. We repairall USED drum set f r sale Ludwig. transmission power steering and ped with 6-cylinder engine

chain sews ft lawn mowers. If Interested call FR 2-0054 brakes . . . . ..... . $1295 standard transmission and I
Chain saw rentals. McCulloch. Upright Piano. In good condition. ,RaulersonMotors heater. Sharp polar white fin .
Wisconsin and Brlggs Stratton $60. VTJ4 N.E. 12th St. ish. Reduced to:

dealer 63411.CLOSE Florida Saw Co. FR 76 Airplane SalesRentalsWANT 'Oft DisplaySHAW ONE WEEK SPECIALS $1795 r ;: ; IE I I

OUT SALEOn 59 Mercury . ..*. . . $845 I 1
Wallpaper. tic a Roll TO BE A PILOT???
HARPER PAINT CO. OR renew your old certificate? &. 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD 59 Buick Sta. Wagon .. . ... $.895
H S.W. 7th St. 37436 Join our Piper J-3 flying club. 'I 62 OLDSMOBILEkttractlvt 1 Year GW
85 H.P. with starter and generator. 56 Cadillac ? .*. . 1 . : $225 ..Attractive Warranty
MOBILE HOME COLEMAN AIR No hand cranking. Recorded KEETER 372.6285 custom trim.A
CONDITIONING SYSTEMS. scheduling for each pilot. Home of A-l Used Cras 60 Chevrolet Sta. Wagon . $895 good buy at only:
Phone "Dan" FR 4-0247 A-l. Very small fee to loin. For complete 230 W. UniversityFR CARSTRUCKSJEEPSHaven't $1795 60 OLDSSuper
HANDYMAN SHOP AUTHORIZED details call FR 24351CASSELINTHEAIR 2-0503 I
Coleman Service Center INC. I

ELEC auto. range washer S4f 45.refrigerator No reasonable HSi fOR 1959 SALE Cessna 172 $4750. T 59 Ford 9 passenger Station Wagon, air con- 88 sedan, solid dependable. $ 14.5

offer refused. Phone FR 26604.tAiGE 1759 Cessna 172. $4400. dition, automatic transmission radio, 62 RAMBLER

graph.console AM-FM.Scott Gerrard HI-FI Phone chan 1952 19" Piper.Piper PA-22 PA-22 Tripacer.Tripacer $4990$3400 You Heard? heater .. . . . . . . $895 4-dr sedan. Equipped and with standard Power steering.
transmission air con
ger. Best offer. Phone FR "2691.1t56 1961 1962 Piper Piper'''''-21....22 Cherokee Colt. $9900$2990 59 Plymouth 9 passenger Sta. Wagon auto- ditioning. Finished In shaji I 59 OLDSSuper

WHIRLPOOL AUTOMATIC For details on the above call polar white.
matic radio heater
WASHER. Mechanically excel CASSEL-IN-THE-AIR INC. FR transmission power I

lent. Phone FR 4-W87. 2-4351. 1964 RAMBLER steering power brakes . . . $795 I $1595 e 88 hardtop Sedan. Factory $
J good used 750 :x 14 Firestone. air power steering electric win- 1195

JM.4-piy Phone tires. S5 FR each a-0648.or all 4 for Automotive NO DOWN PAYMENT! I dows & seat. One owner. Sold

SINGER FEATHERWEIGHT 77 Mobile Homes for Sale_ I I 59 RENAULTDauPhine. & serviced by B &_G_ _ _ I

S7 per month. Balance S48.IIS The Lowest-Priced American-Built car. 2'/2 months before YOUR first payment is due (July Brand new tires. A 60 BUICK
W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-1075 puff!
WYATTTrailer 2. 1964)>> These cars are completely reconditioned. Some ,
KENMORE deluxe gas stove, Delivered at Ridgwoy Motor Co. for have new paint jobs. Some have brand new tires. Everyone $695 r
good cond. $30. attic fan with Invicta hardtop sedan. Dark blue. S
louvers 34." like new $45. Complete SalesHome of them is ready to 90. 119
TV antenna 118. Call FR
2-soef. only: 57 Ford 4-dr. $34 Mon. 53 Ch... 2-dr. $12 Mon. Exceptionally clean.

GE filter flow automatic washer I .kendMo Homes 57 Ply. 2-dr. $31 Mon. 58 Rambler $32 Mon. I I 56 FORD
looks and runs like new. Also roll Shasta Alrstream 4-dr Fairlane
around 2 speed fan good condI- Travel Trailers 57 Stud. Wag. $24 Mon. 58 Chev. 4-dr. $15 Mon. I transmission power 500. Automatic steering 63 CHEVROLET I
tion. Ph. FR 2-2434. Ocala's First Mobile Home .
Dealer Since 194 57 Ford Wag. $24 Mon. 55 Metro $24 Mon. brakes. radio and heater. Brand !
BEAUTIFUL colorful mounted 1)23 Sliver Springs Blvd. $176300I new tires. Impala sedan. 13,000 miles. In
.a llfish. 6'2". By AI PHeguer. Phone 429-1351 55 Chev. 2-dr. $31 Mon. $2195 1
Economical 6
Miami. Fla. Only S145. Th. Tackle Ocala. Fla. I $695 factory warranty. I

Box. 1490 Hawthorn Rd. II TWO bedroom house trailer STOO, Lets of Other Models for Less Money! with auto trans. A real beauty. I

STRAWBERRIES one bedroom house trailer. S750. PLUS TAX TAG & TITLE I
25 cents per quart.you pick them. Can be rented. Phone 374-W34
Hayes Farms. Brooker. Fla. Monday to Friday 9 to 5.onay Trade-in Allowance RIDGWAY Motor Co. 63 CHEVROLET2dr 60 CORVAIRSedan I

SINGER electric console. needs a ten at CLOSE-OUT PRICES Top Impala Sports coupe. Equ
minor repair $30. Call FR 4- SAVE to S1.500 ipped with power steering. radio radio heater standard
4891 BANK FINANCING Easiest Possible Terms. and heater. There are 3 $6 95
NEW. 10' wide mobile homes 1132 South Main FR 2-8433 to choose from. Come early
REPOSSESSEDSewing Town 1> Country Trailer Sales and get your choice. shift folding rear seat.
Machine. Like new. 3840 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 22290. .
1964 modeL Sold for 1139. 2 moL -- $2695
ago. Will take 7 payments of FEDERAL HOMES Your New Rambler is I 59 IMPALAHardtop
...15 or ISO cash. Call FR 2-20SI. QUALITY

SIMMONS Mattress It box spring. 4120 NW 13th St. 441 South
and chest of drawers. 140. Call Gainesville 372-5113 Waiting for You at: I flicessCar I I 58 FIATS sedan, V-8, auto. trans.,
374-4582. Hours a to I. Sunday 11 to 7 1 S995
G. E. REFRIGERATOR excellent Service Is a must with us. II er Roadster. A real nice power steering.
cond. 6 old 4A In c.r.
mo. yrs. guarantee 1962 PACEMAKER 19 x 45' I
remaining best offer. Also excellent condition. S3895. Can $795 -
Ig. range with griddle. FR 27393. be financed locally. Please call Ridgway Motors '
KELVINATOR washer less than FR 2-1637 between 3 and I p.m. of 63 FALCON

one year old. Good condition. RAILER for sale In Glynwood i
SM. Call FR 2-3284. trailer park lot 19. 1 BR. with Ii Station Low
wagon.
2 J. C Higgins European bicycles. f :x 15 Cabana, price SUM. .Call 1132, S. Main St. FR 28433"Like 62 CORVETTE4Speed mileage, clean. \ 795
1 man's 4> 1 woman's. In good FR t-4427. transmlslon.to .
condition. Including carrying Sharp white with black Inter Stick shift.
baskets. $25 ea. or best offer. 40MODELS v a the Year"Sale I ior. This Is the cleanest In
Call FR 2-1744. town '
:
BLUE Lustre not only rids carpets 61 FORD
of soil but leaves pile son ON DISPLAY" TO CHOOSE $3095 ,
and lofty. Rent electric shanv FROM LOWEST PRICES.
pooer SI. McDanlell Furniture SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. Galaxie. hardtop sedan. Factory $
Co. Gainesville Shopping Center. TRAILER MARTHwy. New 295

STRAWBERRIES .u cents a 17. Phone 32S-1050 63 FIAT air, power steering.
quart. You pick them Mon.Wed.
FrL 448-1770 3 miles northof OPEN WEEKDAYS I 1100* 4-dr sedan. Equipped with -
Waldo on 301. Mrs. E. E. UNTIL 9 p.m. radio and heater.
61
DODGEPioneer
Wasdin. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 Used Specials'alO $1395

REPOSSESSED Singer portable EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA
Zlg Zag and attachments. RB station
wagon power $
sews forward and reverse applique SPECIAL THIS WEEK 395
fancy stitches 20 wide Mobile Home and 1 acre I
and etc. $4rppssr me. Bal $34. lot. $0.000. 1 mile S of Paynes 62 CHEVROLET steering. Solid. Extra nice,
815 W. Univ. 'w. FR 4-1075. Prairie. For appointments. ca I 11 1 1I

(CHANTILLY LACE) PERSIM- FR 63052.NOW I Polara' V-8 4dr. hard- i 4-dr Sedan., air conditioned Automatic transmission radio
59
length formaL In 64 CHRYSLERNew
MON floor SHOWING DODGE : Comet iI heater and power steering. For
very good condition. Original 1964 MOBILE HOMES 00 top. Automatic power I this sale only:
cost $... will sell for Sit. See 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor
at 3416 NW 3rd St. anytime. Plans. Terms tailored to meet steering and brakes. Radio, I $2295 Yorker hardtop coupe. Factory : S
ywr budget. Drive" a little and $2288
CAMPING TRAILER "Rellart save a lot at heater, whitewalls. Very clean. I 1195
excellent cond., new
JO Demo. CONNOLLYMobile air. loaded with extras. White.
warranty. 2 dbl beds. large. See
Marino. $200 oft Home Sales. Inc.
at Murray
2 Miles North on U. S. 441 62 MERCURY

LONG list formal size 11. worn once. Closed Phone $622-1164 undl"IT'S 63 DODGE Dart ?". $1288 Loaded with equipment includIng 58 IMPERIALSouthampton
Phone FR 44808 after 4 P-M. Heater 01LIMITED" I factory air conditioning. A
sharp Mr sedan.
Used Baby bed. like new. Call FOOLISHto hardtop sedan Air

FR 6.2027 pay pay lest more.GET RECKLESS THE REAL to $2295 cond. 895

SNOOKER TABLE: 5 x 10. inquire FACTS. Payments as low as jr V-8 Sedan. Air condi-
at Happy Hour Pool Room. 111 SJ7.29. per month with S300 down. 01' ,DODGE
S. Main St. FR 44312. LAKE GENEVA hoed, auto- t lOOQ I

FOR SALE OR TRADES Combination Mobile Homes Sales matic, power steering . uu I 62 CHEVROLET 58 LINCOLN
Pulpwood saw and lawn RL ICO SE Keystone HIs Fia. 2-dr Super Sports. Automatictransmleslon
n
mower. Double oven range. dish 196 AMERICAN. 10' :X 44'. 1 BR.1 .... power steering, Capri hardtop In
washer. Wastlnghousa dryer. front >kitchen lot 2/. Hickory power brakes radio and heat coupe.
Will trade for good utility trailer HIIL Call 372.3113.WE Bonneville 4-dr. hard- .. xze. >>"M I er. It's a nice gnat lent condition. A tre excel-$745
..
or boat. TeL S73-WS4. __,. __ n
The best costs less. Heat three BUY 59 PONTIAC top, I $2395

heater the heats. Can FtMHes.your electric Your USED MOBILE HOMES equipped. Clean one owner $1088 I --

Phllgas Distributor Phone 574- Too dollar paid phone 374-0571. 62 PONTIAC

S392. W6 GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS 61 E. FORDGood
MILL ENDS HENDERSON'S Butts Mobile Homes. Inc Boonevitle. hardtop sedan
.STORE. U. S. Hwy.I 4VM NW 13 St 37M161 Transportation factory
MILL
Crystal River Fla' Only 1tlr. Our newest-complete with: Whitewalls Deluxe wheel air full power solid vinyl uphol- S2495
Literally. 15 tnhv TONS from Gainesville TOWELS 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE I-60 FALCON ;oendeNio: : $6389passenger coven Polar White exterior with bright metal 1 trim $595 ttery.

and MILES OFF FABRICS. M5 CMC v.. ion pickup. Long Red crush-vinyl interior trim Heater .Red carpets
Selection. Quality. Price. Ir. wheel base. Good motor. Good The same engineering know.how that won Comet theworrcrs
regular bedspreads beautiful and rvbber.. Excellent farm truck. Durability Championship at Daytona--where LOOK AT THESE LOWER PRICE
third off. Lewely carpet ends S50S. Pawl H. Svtton. 2023 M.W.
one "IN THE AUTO GAME. .
four specially equipped Comets miles eachat
three fourth* off. First quality 33rd Ave. 372-776 sta- ran 100.000
Cabin Crafts carpets and rugs 58 PLYMOUTH speeds'topping& 105 mph! Top trades at the "Home BARKirrS THE NAME HIGH VALUE CARS .
and PepporeM sheets. Throw rugs SO Tractors & Truck Rentals tion wagon, Y-S, of Champions".
SUI up Tel. 7fs-339t. I i I

70 Boats-Marine f4ul. I RENT In!!*the. 423 a USA.truck NW Stn from one-way Ave.United FR anywhere-2S3S.RetA steering automatic.,.power. . . . $688 Yours for II OPEN SUNDAY 56 Cadillac $100 55 Olds . $150

I 55 Cadillac $200 56 Olds . $295

If REGAL trailer.LANwER Phone Cabin 2-5481.Cruiserand FARM .TRACTOR with some Allls equipment Chalmers1row. ((2-6) 58 Olds . $395 55 Chevy . $150

ONE 14 NEWSOME fishing boa be good seen working at NW condition.Isle Ave. Can and Economy : 57 Olds sedan $395 54 Chevy . $50

with motor.1957 and Johnson heavy alec duty starting trailer White First *St.Electric.Across street from 60 FIAT Special . . $488ONEYEAR

with 2 new tire $500. Call FR $2181

21-rL 2-454L.Inboard boat. Marine engine. SS Motorcycle & Scooters .' BARKLEYMOTORS !1 B&G I

Completely refinlshed fiberglass fH AHitale CruiMtre scooter. WARRANTY
bottom. Like new. Will trade car Good condition ST5. Also 3 speed G.W. "

or smaller Service boat.Station Can be In seen Cedar aRalyo's English Rm 634-bike CO. Call FR 2-tJH COME IN AND BE A WINNER

quick Key. Phone sale *t 2441.SUM. Priced- for 19" AUstate Crvlsalre for sale. Poole-Gable Used OF $500 OVER ALLOWANCE ON A
M price. or trade for used MOTOR CO.
Phone 372-mo otter 4 Cars I
P.V. '64 MERCURY COMET during this sale

14* LONESTAR BIG FrSHER- .
MAN with 10 rLP. Jahnson 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS ( Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) 2201 N. Main St.
motor. Excellent condition. I'' CRANE CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE DEALER
Leaving town. Cash talks. Ask SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP i iI Lincoln Mercury
,
for Mr. Turner. Cedar Key Your car's pep 1 power show 514 N. Main St. FR 2-4951 FR 2-4373 J NEW CARS: 115 SE 2nd St. . FR 6-7515
Trailer 2901.i up with e tune-up at BROWN'S
Park. Call
I SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed 506 L UNIVERSITY AVE. FR 2-4251 I USED CARS: 2001 NW 13th St, FR 67515"CLASSIFICATION

.... recapping ft wheel alignment.t I]
$ot N. Mate. FR M319. ., II
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. His Go Team'Reflects His Vigor went piled on!I


ended like!
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is five candidates are at each administration by a business- that "in the good old FOR YOURMOTHER1S
the fourth in a series of articles other all the time," he said. .man." candidate,set up the bar .1 '
"I don't know how the he passed out his cards. the field.:'
on the methods and people He rolled northward on U.s.u. .
make their minds. The "HeYYou"she said,"h the state, DAY
flavor. of the campaigns of :can up speaking at shopping centers "
other candidates aren't talking :A sound truck would pullin you stand on legalizing : day. 1
the sir Democratic'candidates about what they stand for. set up a microphone in frontof ing? I don't mean race
for governor of Florida.) I gambling GIFTS| Mother's Day is May 10th
"I couldn't win that By CHARLES STAFFORD have no confidence in that kind would begin his talk, promising "I'm against it, Mam,
of campaign." :to "four-lane U.S. 41, the main Kelly. I 10.
There is an athletic vigor Kelly said his home is the hub!street of the west coast." I "Well, you don't get i I
about Scott Kelly's campaignfor of his campaign."I With feet spread a hand' vote" said the barmaid.A I
governor, a flavor of the i stay at hcme as'much as jammed into a coat pocket his grin skidded over the I "RetirementInsurance"
locker room at halMime the I can, even though I don't get voice booming, he resembled a face. "Mam," he said, "Ad'.r I
as much sleep that way. I see coach delivering the half-time find a candidate who says !I -
15th round of a championshipfight the, children so little as it is." pep talk. in favor of it, let me ,
the last lap of a breathless He said 'his "camPaign is The speech done, he shook And thgn he headed I SLEEPWEAR
bid for a four-minute mile.I geared to provide him six hoursof hands. Any hand, every hand. kitchen JOking for another I hl stl by
sleep nightly, but "to me If there wasn't one available, he to shake. I '2r
"Join the Go Team" obviously
three four hours of :
or sleep at went looking for one. At Sarasota, the Kelly
is more than a campaign slo home is worth twice that muchon In-a bar in North Port Char cheerleaders of the ,Kelly _. i c.SckxatJ
gan. It is an expression of Kel- the road. lotte, he paused for a glass of paign joined the -w, *
ly's restless energy testimonyto Kelly landed at Fort Myers water and ignored the commentof Clad in their two piece
his love of sports. greeted his local supporters, :barmaid and dresses and I
the tough talking orange Ms *iI:1: Pink, blue & maize.
and, in.a convertible. _riding into
His.is a campaign that runs No. 6804 LONG GOWN
against the clock never beatingit I town, discussed with three of! RE-ELECT r: 1 Sizes 32/40. $5.00
but'always putting up a stout them what he should speak'o ton This 42-46. $6.00
effort at, local appearances. It was x.. *Dacron/Cotton/N Y Ion
like a coach going over stra-I SIDNEYK Gown with dainty lace
And so it .was on a recent tegy with his staff. : fi & embroidery
day. At a meeting of the Lee Coun- M
ty Commission, before .w
a portrait -
It, began in a flurry for the I. of Robert E. Lee Kelly I MARTINCOUNTY > t
Lakeland state s e n a tor. He discussed roads and taxes and
showed up late at his hometown reorganization of the highway
airport in a battered old car, department. COMMISSIONER
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chauffeured by a farmer. His Minutes later, he opened anew DISTRICT NO. 5 al
own car had run out of gas, and ,Fort Myers headquarters I
Your. VOTE & SUPPORT Will
he flagged down the first one to
on a favorite theme: as the Be Appreciated
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come along.Thirtyfive "only" practicing' private busi-
PROGRESS WITH
hundred feet above nessman in the race for gover-( ECONOMYPd.
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the gridiron flat land of south-,nor he abusing f PolyesterFlawlessly
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west Florida, Kelly read news- M
paper "accounts of the other can- '
didates' doings and sayings."I 4"-
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see Mathews has said .
again that I would repeal the in-
tangibles tax," he told publicist F'RI.G1DA1RE
Elmer Rounds.'"I've never said
that.. I think I ought to hit
back."

"I don't know, Scott," said i 1 1i x
Rounds. "I don't think he's hurt 1I i I I 6tW 4
ing you." t I
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As he weighed a decision, Kel-
ly explained his theory of the
campaign."I APPLIANCE SALE w
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don't mind fighting, he
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said. "I've boxed a lot, played This 3 Piece
football. But when it comes to '
politics I just don't like to take: Nylon Tricot i (
off on the other candidates. Now
and then, though, you have to. Robe andPAJAMA .

"The only thing we have to 3 DAYS THURS.-FRI.-SAT 3 DAYS SETLingerie
determine is when they slam
us: whether we'll hit back. We ONLY: ONLY
tailored .
can counterpunch, and if you'vedone '
any boxing? you know flowering
that's the most dangerous kind with woven -
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embroideredribbon
of fighter.
"In this campaign the other We're going 'all out to bust coir quota! And ,you're /going to SAVE, Pink blue.trim. t 'c


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