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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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g Teeth ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY 88th Year; No. 259 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 4, 1964 I

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.. WASHINGTON (AP) The belief is current here Cane Pole Catch

I i that the Soviet Union .may have pulled its ground-to-air Bill
rockets from Cuba, depriving Fidel Castro of the mean Rights Voting
1 to blast American planes from the skies over his island.

\i :If true,__there is less 'likelihood that the fiery disput
over surveillance .flights will
ii erupt in clash of arms. A Soviet termediate range ballistic mir

rocket withdrawal would siles and began reducing their
t ga 'a long way toward explain armed forces. This Week
ing the Red prime minister's Two weeks Tago, authorities Begins
May Day assertion that Cuba is here reported about 3,000 Rus-

rf alone in her dispute with the sians remained on the island,

United States. but that they would soon be
Castro has conceded that his withdrawn in
leaving Cuban
armed forces cannot shoot down hands 24 antiaircraft missile .* Jury Trial

E the high-flying American planes bases equipped with Soviet

without the Soviet rockets. Thus, rockets. Now the word is that
when he said on May Day that the missiles have been removed Court Rules Section

"we will prevent these flightsto along with some troops, but thata High
the limits of what our weapons large proportion of the military '
can do," he may haveina force remains. a V First

veiled way-been revealing a Last week Washington reminded On Mixed Jury p

new weapons limitation. Cuba that reconnais- Unrk mimts

The Soviet rockets are a rem- sance flights would be con WASHINGTON The Senate
WASHINGTON (AP) The of the juries. The trial court
nant of the 1962 arms and man- tinued. Castro, in turn, said the .c expects to take a first halting
-
Supreme Cout overturned today rejected the request and was up-
power buildup which reached Cuban step this week toward
people no longer would passageof
conviction of John Coleman held the Alabama
by
a Supreme
crisis proportions when detected tolerate them and Soviet Pre- l f the civil rights bill.
:. a Negro sentenced to electrocu- Court. The latter court said
rrh1w
by U.S. intelligence. Soon mier Khrushchev charged the If all goes as planned, voting
tion in Alabama in the killingof there was not sufficient proof of
after a showdown that October, flights threatened "the abyss of J/ will begin Wednesday on
r ter John D. Johnson. a white systematic exclusion of Negroes
the Russians pulled out their in- another war." pi I'T mechanic. from the juries. amendments to assure jury

.4 Justice Tom C. Clark delivered The legal defense fund of the trial in criminal contempt cases
the unanimous decision. National Association for the arising under the act. These

w Coleman contended ThomasF. Advancement of Colored People first votes on the substance of
r g :' vice f. :r ; Seale, a white attorney appointed appealed to the highest tri- the legislation would be in the

MUST CASTROGO by the Greene County, bunal on behalf of Coleman, ninth week of Senate debate.

-U .. Ala., trial court to defend him, contending he was denied "bas- The purpose of the jury trial
did not attempt to assert the ic procedural fairness" and amendments, from the viewpoint
right to grand and trial juries his rights had been unconstitu- of civil rights supporters,
IT ALONE? chosen "without systematic ex- tionally abridged. is to make the bill a little more

clusion of Negroes." Agreeing with NAACP counsel palatable to a broader rangeof

Ricky Fountain exhibits the nine-pound bass he After Coleman was convicted, Clark's opinion said Cole- senators and thus increaseits
Jfrtn fork dima caught yesterday in Newnan's Lake. Ricky used a cane a Negro attorney asked for a man is "entitled to have his day chances .if passage.

By TAD SZULC pole with both an artificial bug and a pork rind for new trial on the ground of racial in court on his allegations of The amendment that seems
WASHINGTON Recent international and bait. discrimination in selection (See COURT on Page 2)) likely to win was proposed by
domestic develop- Democrat and Republican
ments in Cuba appear to have raised severe problems for Premier leaders. It would require;; jury

fidel"Castro.This trial if, in any criminal con-
impression is growing among officials and other analystsof Floods Ravage N. Florida tempt trial, a judge alone madea
Cuban affairs in Washington who have studied Castro's most finding of guilty and imposeda

recent speeches and various political and economic developments fine greater than $300 or jail

affecting Cuba. sentence of more than 30 days.
The consensus of them is that the By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSA "There was a great white flash
among many premier seemsto Although a vote on any sub-
be showing greater concern over the future of the revolutionthan flood sent water surgingover Black Creek and then the lemon'tree vanished. ject is a significant step in the
It sounded like bunch of
a
at time since he took
any power five years ago. the roofs of homes at Mid- gruelling struggle over this bill,
tanks
Castro has given these observers the impression that he expects coming. the leaders continue to be con
Cuba to be attacked in some way soon, presumably by the United dleburg Sunday and a freak Pours Over Bankssaid Weather Bureau officials said cerned about a more distant
States, and that if this happens he will not be protected by the I r windstorm smashed into a Miami the winds apparently came froma question whether and when

Soviet Union. residential area. thunderstorm over the area at they can close debate and bring

In speeches on April 19 and May 1, it is noted, he made no' the time. One weather bureau the measure to a final vote.
reference to the Soviet Union normally an important theme in Swollen by nearly six inches of the windows "exploded" roof was peeled off and dumped official said the winds could The mood of the Senate seemsto

his pronouncements and the emphasis on both occasions was on rain Saturday, Black creek from the wind's force and gusts into a neighbor's yard across have been caused by a tornado be growing more irritated at
Cuba's to defend of its banks and tore sheets and covers off the the street. which remained above the
having herself rather than counting on a Soviet poured out the length of the talk. And thereis
beds. The tar and Mrs. William saidBarry v .
pebble Dunlap
nuclear retaliation paper ground.
against the United States. flooded or submerged 35 homes more feeling that the bill's

In his May Day speech Premier Khrushchev warned,the United. and 10 house trailers in a sub- supporters will be able to produce
States that its Cuban,policies could "drag the world'into the abyssof the necessary twothirdsvote
division.A
another world war.u-Yet'Castro, analysts noted, though he spoke Landslide; in'Texas. for closure 67 votes if
many hours after the Soviet leader, did not transmit to Cubans 75-mile-an-hour blow at Mi- all 100, senators'are there.

this apparent ,sign of, Soviet support. ami, lasting only two to three One of the southern opposition,
The tentative evalution here of Castro's attitude is based on the Russel Long of Louisiana, said
belief that difficulties have emerged between Havana and Moscow minutes homes and, 'damaged seriously injured a dozen a But Lodge Write-In High Sunday there was a "real prospect" -

over the withdrawal of Soviet troops and, possibly of' advanced woman northwest of the city. of closure being imposedand
military equipment. the bill passing. He spokeon

The withdrawals come at a time when Castro seems to be con Lt. Alios Spath of the Dade 5f em dark Olim*B listed on the ballot, was 99,142. Republican chairman and a vig- the TV program, "Face the
vinced that the Johnson administration is Dreoarinp g tn strife eat County Sheriff's Departmentand By JACK LAGGUTH The write-in votes for Lodge orous backer of Goldwater, said Nation."
him in some manner. his wife were sleeping whena DALLAS Texas Republicans were 11,222. the vote showed that the sena- Thomas H. Kuchel of California
There is uncertainty over the wind-blown trash can shattered were assessing Sundaythe The results for the other can- tor was "far and away the the Republican whip and
extent to which the Russiansare tro Is visibly disturbed over their bedroom window. A phantom candidacy of Hen- didates were: Gov. Rockefeller favorite of grassroots Republicans co-leader of the civil rights

prepared to allow Cubans to what he may fear to be a Soviet sliver of glass penetrated Mrs. ry Cabot Lodge, whose supporters 5,845; Harold Stassen, 5,161; in Texas as well as the forces, said: "More and moreI
operate and control the 24 mis- disengagement in Cuba, at least Spath's chest, puncturing a lung. struck again in Friday's primary Richard Nixon, 5,020; Sen. Mar- party leaders. think patience is wearing rather -
sile installations that are the in military terms, because of She was reported in fair condi- election. garet Chase Smith, 4,782; Gov. Most observers here were not thin."
backbone of Cuba's air defenses. the improving relationship be- tion after surgery. Although his name was not on William Scranton of Pennsylvania aware of any organized cam- The Democratic floor mana-
There are indications that this tween Moscow and Washington. the ballot, Ambassador Lodge 516; and Gov. George paign en behalf of Lodge. ger for the civil rights debate,

uncertainty is shared by Castro.In .In his April 19 speech, Castro Black.Creek, normally 30 feet placed second in the presidential Romney of Michigan, 150. Some members of the Gold- Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota -
his April 19 speech, the made it clear that the wide and four feet deep, was 300 preference contest. The votes for Nixon, Scranton water. camp, however noted that said that a move for closure
premier spoke of "our" groundto d'et t'in' Brazil that ousted coup the feet wide and 20 feet deep before The partisans, of Sen. Barry and Romney were write-ins. radio appeals for Lodge had would be made before the
the flood crested. It overflowed Goldwater Both Sen. Ralph Yarboroughand been broadcast in San end of this month.
air missile crews being alert- government of President Joao the winner of t he Antonio He predicted
ed. But last Friday, he said Goulart, who was friendly to the Lazy Acres subdivision preference poll, were deter- Gov. John Connally easily and Houston. 0 the rs said that
made up largely of week- mined that renomination in the Democratic who had
been
that Cuban crews were still in Cuba Lodge's surprisingshow won Republicans
was a major blow. He
end homes'of Jacksonville resi- success.Wreck
training and that soon they dwelt on it at length, of strength should not be primary. The governor leaning last year toward Gov.
accusing dents. took about of the ,Rockefeller had distributed IffilsSunland
might take over the operationof the U.S. of having engineeredthe allowed to distract attention 70. per cent lit-
from their candidate's votes in his race. erature favoring Lodge beforeFriday's
these weapons systems. coup as a part of its anti. Twelve families, with plentyof runaway
Peter O'Donnell Jr. the stateDeadline vote.
Responsible officials here Cuban campaign, and then of warning, were evacuated be- victory. ,
were unable to confirm Sunday using It to force a settlementon fore the water rose to dangerous With more than 95 per cent of
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published reports that the Soviets Washington's terms of the levels.'Ray'' Chance, civil defense the vote counted, the total for 5

had actually taken out the Panama dispute. director, estimated damage at the Arizona senator, who was p.m. Today Employe .

ground-to-air missile installa- $150,000.
Cuba with Both these situations, Castro For Absentee BallotsMore
tions conventional, leaving anti-aircraft artil-only indicated, were a prelude to The heavy downpour at Mid- Jimmy L. Perry, 42, a Sun- ..
new action against Cuba. dleburg was part of a storm that land Training Center employe,
lery and air defenses built spread heavy rain over the WHERETO than 500 voters who predicted this morning that between was killed early Sunday morn-
around squadrons of Mig jet Last Friday, Castro rather
re- 15,000 and 18,000 ing in an automobile wreck.
southeastern states and dipped won't be able to go to the polls persons
fighters. vealingly commented that people into northeast Florida. Two men FINDS IT tomorrow had until 5 towill vote between' 7 ajn. and 7p.m. Gainesville Police reported
Such a possibility however, were' talking again of possible drowned Saturday in a flood at day to give their absentee p.m.bal at the 32 precincts. Perry, of Apt. 2, Bldg. 148, Sun-

was not administration being entirely ruled is out new action by""counter Maxville, 15 miles northwest of Comics . . 20 lots to Registration Supervisor Since both tomorrow's election land Training Center, appar- .
The con- revolutionary worms. He men Classified and the May 26 runoff are ently lost control of his car on a
Middleburg.The 21-23 Mrs. Alma Bethea.
vinced that despite Khrush tioned no names, but it is a mat- the
primaries, write-ins are not al a curve on premises of Sun-
Entertainment .19 Mrs Bethea said her
today
chev's protests against the over- ter of public record that Manuel storm at Miami struck bal.lowed, Mrs. Bethea explained. land.
Obituaries . 2 office issued 561 absentee .
flights, neither the Soviet Union Ray, who was Castro's ministerof without warning. Harry Hirsch State election laws only permit The auto skidded 98 feet into
Opinion Page . 4 lots
nor the Castro regime have any public works in 1959, has said there was a sudden roar write-in votes in the general a small mound of dirt and flipped
Sports . IMSWomen's
Intention of attacking U.S. air- committed himself to land in "and I could see things start to There are 26,267 registered election. police said. Perry was re-
. 5
craft. Cuba with commando forces be- fly." i. voters in Alachua County. The general election will be ported dead on arrival at Ala-

But, many analysts said, Cas- fore May' 20. In one of his bedrooms, Hirsch The registration supervisor Nov. 3. chua General Hospital.




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CLARK MOLLENHOFF bination of threats and prom. band of adoring followers who ing over his head for jury federal court for federal income -
Cowles Washington Bureau were present at his earlier tri- tampering even before he starts tax evasion, frauds, and being
CHICAGO, DL, The bounce :Teamster Boss Loses ises.Hoffa als in Washington, New York trial on the 23-count man and a fugitive from justice by skipping
and confidence are gone and it is many things, but and Nashville.In wire fraud and conspiracy indictment bond. _
above all else he is realist
is a bitter James'' R. Hoffa who a those trials Jimmy Hoffa involving the Team- Federal marshals accompany

grimly sits through the jury Jaunty Air at Trial about and power.grimness His present and undoubtedly bitterness was ,the center 'of a gayety before sters pension funds. Dranow from a jail cell in
second crimi-
selection for Ws Chicago to the federal
court and at the intermis- courtShouse
a reflection of his own realization is all
this in federal The evidence of defeat "
nal trial year and take the handcuffs
exuded confidencein
that he is in such deep sions. Hoffa
about Hoffa in the second-
court. drog him fast a sure indication order suspension of payment ofHoffa's trouble that he can be over those trials in 1957 and 1958, large off just before allowing him to :
Teams t e floor courtroom One of his codefendants
The 51-year-old r that flrty consider hlm'neaf" go into the court and take his
out of touch of
and
legal expenses whelmed by it. there was a strong
'
is on trial with seven the finish'aa labor in Benjamin Dranow, at the end '
president a 'pow r. remainedeven place of the long :
the Teamsters treasury. Hoffa is tied' down in what that confidence that
j the former department
other defendants on a 23-count Teamster lawyer Edward Minneapolis table reserved for the eight defendants -
Federal Judge Richard B. Austin through much of his Nashville
Indictment charging fraud in Bennett Williams, who has been New York Teamster boss store executive who and their lawyers. ..
has told the prospective jurors'will trial ln'1962.Althoughi .
of $20,000,000 In operated on a lavish scale .
the handling on the ors Union There have been .
few
payroll John O'Rourke vice president a whispered '
a ..
Teamsters Union pension funds. 'sincef 1987.When he be a three month trial and Hoffa was moody for years because of his re- between
The legend of the invincible defended Hoffa successfully of the International,Team he is.,no longer free, to jump and worried appearing, in the lationship with Hoffa and his access exchanges Hof-
on
a bribery fa and Dranow when the
jimmy Hoffa was destroyed in charge, has 'now given the sters, and John B. Jteckhus, of about the country putting out. last stages of the jury tamper- to loans from the Team- prospective .
jurors are out of the
March when a federal court Teamsters a legal opinion Philadelphia, another international fires and whipping the Teamster ing trial in Chattanooga earlier sters pension funds.
court but for the
most Hof- .
In Chattanooga Tenn., convicted the vice president, followedup leadership into line. this year, he also had his brief part
questioning of
jury HoUa!and three companions tinuing"' to use union legality funds con-to ,with requests that no more Also, he is no, longer free to period of confidence when, he Dranow a grey haired and fa appears to shun this old bus- .
is iness associate who has
.of attempted jury fixing in pay for lawyers to defend Hoffa legal fees be paid for Hoffa dip deeply into the Teamsters swaggered in the courthouse dispirited federal prisoner, become
"- pending a meeting of the Teamsters ,. charged with being a key figurein such a symbol of persistent defeat -
,
an earlier-trial at Nasvhille, in criminal cases:. treasury to pay for, the .lawyersand corridor and gave the appear
'JWm. Teamster Treasurer John executive board. others to pay. for his defense ance of, a man who felt hecouldn't the fraudulent loan schemes

Since then, there have beenmtBysiffatfiowt English who for seven years Things like this didn't happen! against criminal charges. lose., involving teamsters pension Across the prosecutors table,
AH:amt He&& is the ,iHoffa found out he funds.*The once dapper and big Hoffa is faced with Chief ProsecutOr -
.signs that Hof- allowed Hoffa to use his name when Hoffa was able to move ;camp .runiny..; ., .
fa's old fries, associates and and his support, has suddenly around freely putting out thefiresoTdisceatefit bad smell of dcfctttign, He is no could lose/and be has an eight- spending Ben Dranow has been Abe'Poretz and assistant }
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E From Page 1 Mn4aN10 EDITOR'S NOTE -Far from When the car slid to the curb!'we'll be more inclined to listen :ire here. How many ;.6! .ole *

ZONES 1e N the borders of his Deep South II Dothard jumped out, openedWallace's to your theories. Until,then, admit 1 were here this month :- I

:prosecutor Charlie Smith, a veteran prosecutor jailed Collins C Partly cloudy to occa '4. \ state, Alabama's Gov. GeorgeC. door, and stood with that forced integrationoesn't "We couldn't get'em'back-!
cool and confident team that and Sally Hucks, and his sionally cloudy and rather Wallace has stirred a response -his back to 0 the c4wd while work-at least the ]hovered a voice from 'the' balcony : I

-"needs no introduction to Hoffa. dislike has manifested itself in cod through Tuesday. Low rr t e among voters in Wisconsin -Jemison stepped around in frontof Northern Negroes don't seem to 4 .
Poretz at 51 has had more derogatory remarks hurled at tonight 57 to 62. Northerly and Illinois that has startled the car. The jeering seemed think so."

than 25 years of experience in the prosecutor. winds 10 to 20 miles per hour. E some political observers. Hereis deafening. But from across the At Earlham College In Rich- "But you came back, didn't

prosecuting racket cases. He Poretz pays little attention to a closeup of Wallace up north street there were other shouts: mond 'Ind. Wallace sat with:you," said Wallace quietly.!
'was'an assistant to Thomas Hoffa, and goes about the busi- B Partly cloudy and rather cool aver "' by a reporter who accompanied "Yea Wallace! We're with ,
,E.; Dewey in the late 1930's ness of jury selction with a through Tuesday. Low tonight In the him his for the knees crossed, hands in lap, Surely another reason for Wal.ace's !-
on campaign
50s. winds miles
Northerly 10 to IS per t you!
..when Dewey was making his cool contempt for Hoffa's bait- hour. I May 5 Indiana primary. pocket handkerchief just right J[ appeal to so many is that
Considerable cloudiness and cool Sandwiched between the two
-name, as deputy commissioner through Tuesday. Low tonight In the chatting informally with a groupof J he doesn't come off as expected.
of investigations for the State ing.At the outset of the trial, it low per 60 hour.$. Northerly Small craft winds warnings 15 to 20 are miles displayed. By JULES LOH troopers Wallace moved hurriedly students. Inevitably the discussion I This is the man many in the

of New York. appears that the complexity of into the hotel where an got around to education :North regard as the yery em-
cloudy so INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP) .
., He has spent most of his fed- the 28 count indictment Is the warm through Tuesday. Low tonight in attendant steered him-to a din- and someone asked about the bodiment of all that is cruel and
eral trial factor that is Hoffa's the 60s. Northerly winds 10 to II miles The placards jutting above the ing room set up as an auditor! chances of a Negro getting
major least
; career as a lawyer on on per hour.G air O tylia crowd in front of the hotel ignorant-at that is the
I' I rackets cases, and for the last side. This factor has already Considerable cloudiness and cool > good education in Alabama.We image Wallace believes he has
through Tuesday. Low tonight in the waved in and um.There
threatening arcs,
: seven years has spent a great caused unusual delay in the jury 60s. Northerly winds 15 to 22 miles per CEDAR KEY TIDES was to be a news conference have more Negro schoolteachers projected, blaming what he calls
hour. Small craft warnings are dis- even with the car windows
deal of time on cases involving selection process. played from Cape Kennedy northward. Tuesday High at *-44 a.m. and 7:53 public invited. in Alabama than there "the left-wing press' 'for popu-
n H I J-Mostly fair through Tuesday. Low at 2:13 a m. and 2.5t pain rolled the hoots and jeers
; the Teamsters Union and some Judge A u s t in has explainedthat Low tonight In In the 60s. Northerly p.m. up On a speaker's platform Wallace are In New York, Illinois, Indi- larizing it. When he turns out
;i of-Hoffa's closest associates. the trial will last at least winds 10 to 20 miles per hour. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE were audible half a block away is in his element. He can ana and Michigan combined," to be articulate, genial and very
Low PrecTp. C. Wallace leaned for-
High George
i Poretz prosecuted one of the three months, and that becauseof Jacksonville n :l assess an audience quickly, and he said, "and we have 15 Negro clever indeed, the discovery often
Dranow in ALMANAC Miami 91 ward, clutched the back rest has knack of .I
cases in Minneapo 11 s jury tampering problems an uncanny put- "
1 ."! that resulted in a conviction. the past the jury will be lockedup Sunset today............... 7:01 pm. Tampa Atlanta : 66 53 and peered across the front seat ting an unfriendly group somewhat college presidents. is disarming to would-be
Sunrise tomorrow............ 5:" am. New Orleans U 65 "Of course," said a.girl from hecklers.It .
": Earlier, he prosecuted and won for the duration of the trial Moonrise tomorrow .......... 1:52 a.m. New York 65 s through the windshield. His right on the defensive.On .
I "I conviction of Frank Collins, for- with.only limited contact with Last PROMINENT Quarter today TARS ....... 5:20 p.m. Washington 66 11 4S 63 hand reached over and pressedthe this occasion, for example, Ohio, "but that's because" your is true that George Wallace,

: merly secretary treasurer of family and friends. The specific Spice Regulus., due In south the west................ 11D1 12:11 p.m.I.rn. Chicago Kansas Denver City 64 82 67 27 door lock button but it was I'' he said: "As you know, I'm opposed schools"Precisely.are."segregated.replied Wallace. relaxing in his! room or in his
Hoffa's Detroit local, on a per- limit of all jurors will be VISIBLE PLANETS Ft. Worth 17 65 already- down. He had locked it I to the civil rights bill now car after a speech, slips into a

| jury charge, and Sally Hucks, one visit with the family e a ch Venus Saturn, sets rises ..............................10:15 2:4 a.m.p.m. Los Seattle Angeles 56 63 50 66 when the three-car motorcade I Pending in the Senate and today :"But in Alabama a Negro at rather rough-cut Southern ver
a Washington hotel telephone .week, in the company of a U.S. slowed at the edge of town and I'd like to tell you why. But east[ can aspire to be a schoolteacher nacular much as a foot weary

switchboard operator, on marshal, and one telephone call ForecastTemperatures entered the Terre Haute traffic.I first, how many of you are in I even a college presi- salesmn slips into a comfortable -
charges of perjury and obstruction I each day which will be monitored Five-Day This precautionary ritual, performed -: favor of the bill?" I dent, and earn as much or more pair of slippers. But Wallace

of justice. by a marshal. perfunctorily, also includes A forest of hands shot up. than a white school teacher. seldom relaxes.
: Poretz successfully prosecuted The prospect of a trial that over southern Normal lows vary from 58 at donning a pair of dark "I see. And how many of youI I That's more than I can say for .

Ed Weinheimer on perjury would last over Memorial Day, sections of the state are expected Tallahassee to 73 at Key West. glasses kept handy in his coat have read the bill?" A pause :most Northern states." He's a nervous man tobeginwith.

| charge in connection with an through June, probably throughthe to be near normal during the Little day to day change is fore pocket. while necks craned and Wallace Such reasoning rarely converts Confined in an automobile

alleged labor pay-off by a Phil- Fourth of July, and conceiv- five-day period ending Saturday. cast. Little or no rainfall is expected I surveyed.. any students, but few can I he fidgets with a fingernail clipper .

adelphia firm that involved ably to August has resulted in !I However, readings over northern through Wednesday. After six weeks or campaigning : "About four or five," he said think: of a ready answer either. litters the floor with cigar

dealings with Hoffa and with unusual problems in selecting a I sections will be two to four Scattered showers were predicted in Wisconsin and Indiana, with a grin. "You think I'm a At times they vent their frustra- wrappers, reads the paper in

: Robert G. (Barney) Baker, the jury of 12 people and four alter- degrees below normal early in with rainfall expected to be the governor of Alabama can racist because I oppose this bill. tions by plain rudeness. At Indi- periodic snatches, discusses his

colorful 300 pound former organizer nates. the period and returning to normal variable, as much as one to two recognize from a distance the I What am I to think of you, who ana University there was a last public appearance and his
: In the first week of the trial, highs range'from 83 tn MMore inches locally in showers. tenor of his reception committees support it without knowing .
for the Central Confer- ----- -- ---, ------ ---- I chorus of forced coughing in the next one.
the court has examined nearly as he calls them. So can I what's in it?"
ence of Teamsters. Poretz also ; audience, foot shuffling, a number
: directed a grand jury investigation 300 people and only five had About the two plainclothesmen who I On other occasions he dis- of shouted taunts, and thena I In a manner of speaking his

that led to the indictment, been selected as available. At ride in the front seat of the rent- :arms the crowd with a wry walkout of about 500 of the erratic mannerisms are a reflection -
and eventually to conviction of this rate it will take three weeksto ed sedan. brand of humor.At 2,500 in the hall. of his Indiana cam-
Barney Baker. select the jury, and it will be Court Indiana University In paign.He .
Inevitably there are pickets. When the walkout was over
for the court to exam- Bloomington he began his
Hoffa has had an intense dislike necessary
On this occasion, at Terre Wallace said into the microphone
has no state political or
: for Poretz ever since the ine at least 1,000 names. speech by saying, "I've traveled
be
Haute, there appeared to : and his small staff!
Many men and women who around your state and I've seen ganization
Bill would be regarded as highly From Page 1 about 85. Sometimes the demon- nothing but high type, intellIgent "I always thought a hallmarkof tries to get him before the public

Rights qualified and u n b i a sed have strators merely stand there, people." For some reason, the liberal mind was its by scheduling news confer
been passed by because fami- systematic exclusion of Negroes Supreme Court, In upholdingfrom perhaps singing, their signs mo- perhaps> his ingenious delivery, eagerness to hear all view ences in various cities and hop-

.Move ly problems, a job, or long the grand and" trial juries Coleman's conviction, said rob- tionless. Not this time. the line produces a predictable points." ing for invitations from civic
Eyed pending plans of importance sitting in his case. bery apparently was the motive "Oh my Lord," Wallace saidas ripple of laughter, especially in He handles hecklers with rela- groups and colleges. It isn't al-

cannot be delayed for more The judgment of the Alabama of' the shooting. Johnson's bill- the car wheeled around the a collegiate audience. Wallace tive ease. In a week of cam- ways easy and his schedule

: By CORE than three months. Supreme Court that upheld Colefold was missing. corner and the surging, shouting jerks his head in the direction of: paigning he never lost his com- seems to change from day to

) : Service on a jury that is sub man's conviction was ordered Several days before the shoot- crowd 'came into view. "Are we the tittering and feigns sur- posure. At Bloomington he spoketo
ject to such tight security regulations reversed, and the case was sent to hurt here?" prise. "Oh?" he "Is therea two day."You "
get
.' : PHILADELPHIA AP) The ng, Coleman had escaped from going says. gatherings, one in the know, he commented
Congress of Racial Equality, at would be more confin- back to that court for further Jail[ In. Eutaw. "No sir," said the driver, Sgt. difference of opinion?" morning and one in the evening. at one point in a discussion of

.a meeting of its National Action ing than a 90-day< jail term, and proceedings not inconsistent Lloyd Jemison of the Alabama Or he will begin with this re- He opened the second speechby the election outcome, "this state
would also involve grave re with today's opinion. State Police. "Just let Dothardget mark: "I don't want of the Ku
Council here, said it would stage saying, to re- was the birthplace
sponsibilities. A number of per- Johnson was shot the night of Trull in Action "I come from a state where
nonviolent demonstrations in out first and open your peat myself if the same people Klux Klan.
to for sons who first indicated: that Aug. 30, 1961, outside his homeat door." the people are just as refined,
\Washington urge support
the civil rights bill and would they might 'serve on the Hoffa Eutaw, Ala. The Alabama BUFFALO, N.Y. (APDon] Jemison's voice was calm but just as cultured (laughter be- ELECTJasper

:send its own delegates to both jury have changed their minds Trull, one of the great passer;: he appeared tense. A fortnight gins) just as polite (laughter I

the Republican and Democratic after being cooped up under the Not a D rop.a in the college ranks with Bay., earlier, at Kenosha, Wis., he had becomes derisive) as the peopleof Joiner
"
watchful eye of the U.S. mar- Indiana. Laughter ceases.
!national conventions. hit the head with a
been on r
lor 9
University the last twc I
night. The substance of Wallace's q bd"s
shals only over one .
national di- Of Benefit
James Farmer, stick and Wallace had been TO
years, will quarterback thE I, is the wherever
message same
told news ,
rector of CORE, a struck by a cardboard sign
civil LAS VEGAS AP West team in the fourth annua:I he delivers it, and when a ques-
conference Sunday the South Hit ( ) Nobody That time Jemison elbowed the IiL School Board
rights organization would at- quite.remembers.why Las Vegas All ,- America football gamE: attacker to the ground. tion-and-answer period followshe
into
the audience
:tempt to oust .delegates from .I' T joined it. The city paid its $100 here Saturday night, June 27. Cpl. E. C. Dothard let pass thgovernor's asking maneuvers the questions he wants ALACHUA COUNTY DISTRICT III
Louisiana, Mississippi'' and Ala- dues for three years. But this about .
By SoggyWeather question getting
Trull has been drafted thE I. asked. "YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED
!bama at the Democratic National year the fee went up to $250. by hurt. He had answered it on
Atlantic V. L. Fletcher As an instance, he will say, INTELLIGENT HONEST INTERESTEDPd.
Convention in City City Manager Houston Oilers of the Americar I occasion "If gel
another you bill is solution to
"This our
Aug. 24 and replace them with pondered and declared: no ( AdvJ)
Football League. hurt," he had said, "everybody's nation's problems. What we
"There has been
'its own delegates. no tangiblebenefit ---- -
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:--Farmer said CORE planned to ATLANTA, Ga. (APSouthmers ) to the city from past The All America game 3 1. going to get back hurt.in the need "is a nonhypocritical ap-
Wallace pushed roach. Sure enough, someone
hold rallies at the conventionsof drenched with torrential membership in the association. co sponsored by The Buffalc I r
4 ahead
straight will ask what he means by a
seat
with pick- So the city commission of eyes
both mass ,
parties,
1 rains which caused flash floods Evening News and the Amer. he said witha Thisis
these nonhypocritical approach.
"Folks like ,
etiSjTto: dramatize Its demands. welcomed a, this desert resort voted to drop
*:DIe: Republican convention is j and crop damage, membership in the National Riv can Football Coaches Association. sardonic smile, "call me a Wallace's cue to sally into a
from
promised respite soggy .
discussion of what he calls the
Francisco and Harbors hate monger.
berg held hi San weather as a storm spawned in I ers Congress. growing white resentment to b-Qk

Julr13.Farmer. the Gulf of Mexico moved. out civil rights demonstrations In
of the civil
rights- demands said one at the Demo- into the Atlantic. Where the Are'? Northern cities. lie down in the FOR I
erne convention would be fair Continuous'rains and thunder- Boys "When people COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
it's de-
and!lull employment with a minImum storms for almost a week streets of Alabama ;_. i
$2 wage and a massive caused small streams to rise scribed as folks fighting for
works and training program for over north Florida, southwest their rights," he says. "When DISTRICT AT LARGE
Churchill DownsLOUISVILLE stall their Interested in schools
the jobless. Georgia and southern Alabama. Try they threatened to MgM
cars on the streets of New Yorkit and better roods in _
-At-the Republican convention, The heaviest rains came duringthe
CORE would call for weekend. Nearly six inches suddenly becomes disorderly Alachua County
3wu3aid, look- question In Louisville. The collegians -. conduct said if do in 0 If elected, I promise
AP
abCJepudiation .of the "tradi- fell during' period in Ky. ( ) vacation or Easter, they're They you
alliance with 'Dixiecrats' some areas. Move over, Mets. There's a new ing for somewhere to go. have an answer to partof my city what you did in the to serve Alachua County with an honest,
l
.. "' .breed in Old Derbytown, too. "So they come to the Derby. the problem. South it will hurt your cause. efficient and business-like
+
eivil
T rights. Thunderstorms were accom Miami Like the New Yorkers who "It's not real wild, you havea Many visit fraternity brothersor : That's what I mean by hypoc administration.
panied by high winds lathe .flock to Shea Stadium to root, good time and it's inex- sorority sisters at the Univer. risy."

jEomnuinist area which caused some I often in vain, for Casey Sten- pensive." sity of Louisville. His appeal to voters-265,000

property damage and, two persons gel's baseball Mets, ,collegiansin She said she was Lizann Mal- "Derby weekend Is a big. of them in Wisconsin; how ARTHUR

Unity Urged were cut by flying blown glass the Midwest are turning out leson of Ridgewood, N.J., a thing," explained Stephen Ish many in Indiana's Democratic

.. .. when a garbage can was in sizeable force to an offseason business administration studentat mael of Arlington, Va. Stepheis I presidential primary Tuesday
t..T/KYO (AP)-The situation I through a window. playground the infield at Marquette University in Mil- social chairman of Delta Upsilon -. few pundits will even guess- --1r.JrkL1

3> world communism is grave, There were 21 traffic fatalitiesin Churchill Downs on Kentucky waukee. She made the 500-mile fraternity which took i m I certainly is due in some meas- 1

the- North Vietnamese govern- Georgia during the weekend, Derby Day. trip with two other coeds. about 25 weekend guests. ure to the challenge he offers HONESTY IN GOYERHMENT'
Tnent said in calling on the Comwus1 and 16 in Alabama. Normally, Sort of a poor man's Fort How does the word of this "Everybody goes downtown his Northern audiences: l

parties of the Soviet there are about half that num- Lauderdale, you might say. new vacation spot get around? Derby eve. The newcomers want f "Show us a good model and

JJSIon and China to patch up I ber. Most of the accidents hap- A young woman wearing a "By word of mouth," she re- to get up at the crack of dawn,, I

ithtir split. pened on rain-slick highways. tired but slightly awed express plied. 'You know, somebodyhas or by 8 o'clock, and get to the!'I It
S.TJie North Vietnamese Reds Crop damage was extensive in sion and a sleeveless dress that a cousin at Ohio State or track. NO MATTER WHERE

-sa ested Sunday that Peking south Georgia, where spring exposed large blotches of sun- someplace, and he writes about "Its good for a weekend. A lo l
SrxUthe; Kremlin resume the2tajEs plantingalready was delayed by burn had an explanation for it. his trip to Louisville." of them have never seen a horse

they broke off in Moscow late freezing weather. "Some of the kids can't afford Without reservations, Derby race and then they see the Derby : YOU LIVE IN A.LACHUA co.
5as t::July and pledge to strive About 100 families were re-I to go to Florida., After spring weekend lodging is out of the for their first one.' :1 I
::for the unity of the Socialist moved from flooded houses at "

Igamp and the internationalT Augusta, Ga., where nearly five I
T movement" inches of rain fell in a 12hourperiod. :r. :t i YOU CAN VOTE FOR 3X,6 --
,: 9
';1 .
:.Three or four centuries ago Two men drowned at Max-

:Watusis wandered southward hiJFrjca l ville, Fla., near Jacksonville, 1

Egypt., probably from Ethopia. while house.trying to evacuate a flooded BE SURE z SID MARTIN! ,


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COURT HOUSE H. H. (Harry) McDONALD l.

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EACH VOTER SHOULD BE PROUD

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The right to Vote is_ a Privlledge enjoyed by the citizens of these United

States of America one denied Millions upon Millions of other Peoples.To .
my Mind our Civilization. Culture and form of Democratic Govern

ment will not be endangered by any force of destruction as long as our .I


.!. =MON. 7 P.M. Citizens DEMOCRATIC exercise conscientiously LEVER their H.civic H.duty( HARRY and privilege) McDONALD of the ballot. FOR YOU!



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WASHINGTON (AP) Seven five don't. Rep. Don- Africa (APAt last it has

primary elections Tuesday ald C. Bruce is quitting to seek been explained there is a
touch off one of the most active Wallace's Indiana Bid II the Republican Senate nomina- real scientific reason why your

... pre-convention weeks of the political tion at the state convention next roungster likes to study while

..... season. Takes the I i month.In his transistor radio is going. full-
"" Voters in Indiana, Ohio Okla. Spotlightlaw. other key elections Tuesday blast.
." ,tioma, Alabama, Florida, New I Ohio's
(.. Rep. Robert Taft According to Prof. G. ItBoz-
Mexico and the District of Co- Jr. :
son of the late Sen. RobertA.
.. 1' vr jlumbia and state conventions in On the Republican side Sen.I Taft seeks the Republican zoli, Johannesburg noise expert
Most of the attention will be and dean of the local unh'er.sity's
Goldwater
Delaware Michigan Alaska Barry of Arizona is, Senate nomination and former
... Nevada and Wyoming will: on Indiana, where Gov. GeorgeC. the ,odds-on favorite to top a I football coach Bud Wilkinson faculty of engineering,

... r ; -Express a preference for a Wallace of Alabama makes field of four which includes makes his political debut in the reason is simple. "A radio
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.. presidential nominee. another bid for Northern votesin Harold E. Stassen of Philadelphia -: Oklahoma's, Senate Republicannomination drowns casual noises between

rt r ; -Choose 139 Republican and his campaign. against the and two lesser-known can' race. periods of sience. It is these

,1 202 Democratic delegates to Johnson administration's civil didates. The winner gets Indi The 139 GOP convention delegates -casual noises from outside, such

.....". d their party nominating conven- rights bill.. He is opposed in the ana's -first-ballot votes at the to be chosen this week will as a passing car, which really

'J dg' 'tion : Democratic presidential preference Republican National Convention. push the number selected to 652 interrupt.. ._,-their
Nominate candidates for two primary by; Indiana Gov. Delegates to both conventions -almost half of the 1,308 au'

governors' mansions, four Senate Matthew E. Welsh, a standinfor i will be chosen next month. thorized. It will take 655 to nom studies"n
seats and 63 House seats. i President Johnson and three inate a candidate. :
Also at stake in Indiana
J f -Decide other issues ranging other candidates., The ,winner are Goldwater, leading with 209 of
from unpledged presidential can lay claim to 51 .first-baUotl nominations for 11 House seats. the 513 chosen according to an cI

electors to a right-to-work labor,:1 I votes.Candidates.- i Five incumbents have primaryBy Associated Press survey, could: a
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:. 4-? : .: pick up more support at the -

t: ... : i]<. : f tf iw1 ,, GetHolland I I I and Delaware at Republican convention gatherings Tuesday in';'

I' t{; ;i'jf; a :.. I Michigan and Wyoming Fridayand The'Advanta'ges

,,,," "'' Odham In Saturday. :
: 3k:f' iJA' Delegates to both conventionsalso ;

k? In Final LICKS will be chosen in the Ohio I Ii +

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.v YY A THE ASSOCIATED of i will be selected in the Alabamaprimary By William C "Bill" Smith
By PRESS Karl said he thought some j] THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

One of Florida's more hotly. his opponents might try to turn Sen. Spessard Holland, cam-!Alaska, Nevada and at and conventions in, Maybe *e don't think ibouf
br. contested Democratic cam the campaign into a "personality primary vowing to stage an all- : Wyoming. it that way but starching A
1 Goldwater
paigns for governor ends today., clash" in the final hours, and has returned to his Bartow 'endorsement won a thumping shirt is, really only a way of
in sizing. And we all know the
,. Tuesday the voters will say he added that if this happened home for a relatively light: '
;; Tuesday's Democratic turnout of Texas advantages of starching; a shirt:
as which of the six candidates he would not become involved. Republicans i
they primary vowing to stage an all.,for a preferential neater, smoother, clean longer
best like. The decision of the voters ; poll Saturday.I easier to launder.
... out fight to abolish the -Civi:''-
.,', .. His total about ''
was three times'
.... Karl said would be based
-t on
Commission. There other forms cf
Rights Ire
:1 -. I .: t.k: i :In a Sunday television appear-. that of the rest of the field,
four issues-need for reapportionment sizing each suited to itsown
Election ReminderGainesville ance at Miami, Gov. Farris Bryant constitutional revision, Holland said the presidentially which included most of these particular purpose. Water_
claimed that he had mentioed for the proofing" raincoat ,
not itself nomination. a or topcoat
the best possible educational appointed body "regards
Henry Cabot{ for instance to repel'
He said whose
League of Women Voters members Mrs. William Shenkel and supported anyone. a system, and abolishing of milk as above the law, the courts Lodge moisture and retard staininfl'Then

Mrs. Charles Whitney, from left, display some of the league's election post governor to influence shouldn't the"use his position ": price controls. and Congress. He said it was a name distant was second.not on the ballot was again, cottons can be
people. '
ers the group put on display for tomorrow's election.MONEY'S Karl'said he would carry Hills- "arrogant prejudicial, unfair The sized in such a way that they'
Miami's Mayor Robert popularity poll, not bind-
King borough Pinellas Volusia and and unconstitutional." do not show it. but stay soft,
High, who has made the race Flagler counties and run "a ing on the 56 Texas GOP delegates resist wrinkling and delay soiU
on a shoestring said "special interests" Challenger Brailey Odham, to be chosen next month! ing and staining.In .
cllse secon to High in vote-
", meanwhile said Holland's ideas
was held in :
YOUR WORTH had poured huge sums conjunction with
rich Dade County. the same way other items,
into the were "a hundred years old on primaries for state and national
campaign chests of -: sportswear house' hold item,
Kelly predicted that he would
some candidates in the final l civil rights decent wages and offices in both parties. etc. can be sized with any
win because of his service I
week."I public salaries for the working people. -I Gov. John M. Connally and one of a variety of substfn-
record and his "forthright! each determined
ces one by
Consumer SwindlesHEALTH -? don't believe," High said, stand on major issues. : Sen. Ralph W. Yarborough won' our skilled craftsmen for max.
I "the people are going to electa I Mathews eased up Sunday but Holland said the Civil Rights :Democratic nominations in their I imum suitability in use.
II man they know is owned by' Commission named"five Florida bids for new terms. George
I planned to wind up his campaign : ,i If you want to look better,
I the phospate timber, railroad or with from counties as practicing systematic Bush and Jack Cox led in the; feel better, stay drier, and have
today a flying trip
QU.A.CISFake By Sylvia Porter ,.. ;|': bond people in spite of the hun 1 discrimination against Negro I GOP Senate primary and will your things last longerhavethem
Jacksonville to Miami and back. i
... sized
or waterproofed
dreds of thousands of dollars voters. He said the commis- J fight it out in a runoff election; ]or
i the the
purpose you want at
,, medicines, useless diet'Ladimer, the NBBB's expert on I buy one of these pills or products spent for advertising." I sion's charge-against Flagler, June 6. time of cleaning. You'll be delighted -
supplements, potency "restor I health frauds emphasizes,, or treatments, check first Jacksonville Mayor Haydon, In TheCapitol i iI Gadsden, Lafayette, Liberty In other weekend activity,I .
ers," baldness "cures" and even I"There is no known drug or de, with your family doctor. Query Burns said he was so sure he! :and Union counties-was "sim- I Goldwater picked up eight more! CALL OR BRING THEM TO'
and all-purpose "electronic diag-': vice which, by itself, constitutes; your local health department would be in the runoff that hej I I w I ply not true." delegates in Georgia, Missouri 1!

nostic devices" are now raking]a cure for arthritis or rheuma the Better Business Bureau oth-.was telling his workers to start; ; "Florida has no restrictive ;and Tennessee. Maine Republicans -; S&S CLEANERS 7 ,

in a record $1 billion a lear i tism." 'I jer similar objective sources. I wooing the supporters of defeated -i; registration laws, no literacy pledged their 14 first-ballot'''I{ Delivery .' Cosh and Carry
votes
'
to Sen.
from an American public more!I "Fountains of Youth." Year Most of all, use your hard common candidates. Others were justas test, no poll tax.and no legisla- Margaret Chase 503 SW 3rd St. Ph. 372-41I4*
gullible than ever before. j j"Medical I after year women fall for a vast I sense. optimistic.Fred By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I tion of any sort which restricts ::Smith a favorite daughter. |I. ,

quackery," says National I range of useless wrinkle-remov I O. Dickinson said he qualified Negro citizens in their
skin .I would lead the field in the first WASHINGTON (AP) In the ELECTJasper .
Better Business presi!I ers, youthifiers, bust-build right to vote," he said. '
dent Kenneth B. Wilson, "is ers, etc. Men are trapped by GM Is DuePicketing 1 1I primary voting. Sen. Scott Kellysaid news from Washington: In Miami, Odham referred to .

probably the most widespread i.just as useless sex rejuvenators. I he would be No. 1. High RISE: Government sources civil rights saying "There is no! -' Joiner
exploitation in our country to- potency pills. The quack said there was "no doubt" that I report that federal tax revenue
day." ery in this field defies credulity. I he would be in the runoff. Rep.I rose $1.5 billion to $24 billion place in America where any I
TO
during the first three months of citizen should be treated as a i
So vicious are the health Weight-reducing rackets. This Fred Karl predicted he would !
swindlers and so exaggerated field is a constant money-earner r DETROIT (AP-Civil rights I win. Sen. John Mathews said he 1964 even though the tax: cut second class citizenNegro citizens -
for demonstrators what confident. took effect March 1. in the south are entitled to: School Board
protesting
are many of their claims that a I the gypsters. The nonsense was '. '
Senafe subcommitte has been 'comes in the form of obviously one leader termed a lily white The $24-billion increase surpassed -the same treatment as every
ineffectual and personnel policy by General Motors 'other citizen. ALACHUA COUNTY DISTRICT III
holding lengthly hearings to I j even harmful predictions by govern- i
probe into the extent of the rack-j pills, special diets, health foods, Corp., planned to picket,J Cuba Claims ment economists, partly be- I "Your Support Will Be Appreciated"

ets, find out ways to protect vibrating machines and the like. GM national headquarters ini I cause the new lower tax rates 15,000 Have INTELLIGENT HONEST INTERESTED
elderly people particularly Baldness cures. Despite the midtown Detroit from noon to went into effect a month after
for the elderly are prime targets medical evidence that at least 6 p.m. today. !t Russian the Feb. 1 date on which the ------ ---- ---

and,.for the first'time in history 85 per cent of all cases of bald- General Motors has denied it' forecasts were based. Fled Cuba
have enormous spending powerto ness cannot be cured by any discriminates and has cited em- STAMP: The Post Office De-

tempt:the gypsters. treatment known today, the ployment of nonwhites in prac- SupportMIAMI partment plans to begin national MIAMI (AP) some 14,000
:arthritis "cures" tically every echelon of the sale of the John
Phony alone quacks flourish. For instance: F. Kennedy I Cubans have fled Fidel Castro's
1>ilked "'Us out of an estimated the Oregon farmer who offeredfor world's largest corporation. (AP) Russia has memorial stamp on May 29- I Communist l regime in small

250 million in 1963. Phony vi- $18 a potion consisting of a Arthur Johnson, spokesman promised continued support to the 47th anniversary of the late 1 boats and 1,000 others who took 1
for the Detroit of the I Cuba "even at the moment of MOVES
chapter
Ijamins, dietary and nutritional perfumed emulsion of oil and president's' birth. ,this risky route died in
:
gimmicks cost us another $500 water to cure baldness dandruff National Association for the Advancement ;an armed fight," Havana Radio MET NAM: The State DeI I the: attempt escape the Cuban Human

Wllion. A :victim will not only falling hair. of Colored People, I reported today.In partment's top expert on the :Rights Commission reports.

I,aste his money. He also may The list of fake cures is al said the demonstration would be a broadcast monitored Far East says he thinks U.S.- Miguel A. Olba Benito, secretary -
His "part of a national effort to get 1 here, the station said the vow
Jisk lile-'by postponing prop- most as long as the list of our advised South Vietnamese j of the commission, told the
I hid GM: tb change its employment was made Sunday by Russian forces have halted
Sn; medical treatment for ailments ranges from minor '* a downward (Cuban Lions Club in Exile Sunday .
i Iment. .Here's a sampling of troubles to our most serious and practices. Ambassador Alexander Alexseyeve trend in their war against Communist that 10,000 refugees have
Herbert Hill, national labor I at the opening of a new
fantastic
c quackery: tragic diseases. Increasingly Viet Cong guerrillas."I reached freedom since 1962.
Electronic gadgets costingto active as authorities are in secretary of the NAACP contends I plant in Santa Clara. would say that we certain. Olba Benito charged that Cas-

$1.000 or more, and prom. tracking down the crooks, they that "General Motors is The broadcast also quoted Er- ly have arrested the downward t tro's refusal to permit Cubansto IF YOU sCOMPARiPKttl

ttgrto diagnose and heal every- still can't keep up with them, lily white" from supervisory I nesto (Che) Guevara, Cuban trend that has been in effect, t leave their country constitutes -
Ing' from impotence to night for we virtually invite them to personnel up. GM says this isn't I minister of industries, as saying going back some time-and that of human rights
indness. The Food &, Drug defraud us. so; that it employs Negroes in i l "Cuba has no doubt about it had leveled out," William P. violations one by many the Communist

)iministration denounces such Only a qualified physician can supervisory engineering and I the support of the Soviet Union. Bundy said Sunday on ABC's government.He .
vices as among "the biggest diagnose real medical troublesand other positions. "Cuba will defend its territory radio-television program "15- of. Cuba
displayed a
most, dangerous health swin- provide legitimate medical 1 until the last" drop of blood if sues and Answers.". pinpointing 100 prisons map and concentration -

es:" !I treatment. Here are questions Local Student necessary, Guevara said. STROLL: President Johnson and charged

One electronic device, recent-,;i to ask yourself to spot the most "Cuba will not fail. Cuba will took newsmen on a 45-minut that: Cuba holds camps more than 100- YOU

sefcedby the F.D.A., pur-:;:flagrant of the phony offers: !i R' In laic Court J know how to defend" her revolutionary stroll around White House, 0 00 political prisoners. In four

orted.to diagnose any illness Ii I Is it a "secret" remedy? If r jI ideology. grounds Saturday, answering of these places, he said, prisoners
irough mere sample of blood Iso, it's almost surely a fake. I "Counsel for the plaintiff" in Guevara also spoke at the dedication questions, greeting tourists and have contracted tuberculosisand

ent via mail. FDA detectives 1 I How did you hear about it? a practice court trial of out- ] of the Russian built playing with his two beagles. lack, medical care.

ent in a sample from a ('OrpseIe i ilf it's advertised in a pulp mag!standing Yale Law School students I plant which Havana Radio said The President made five lapsC He accused the regime also of

machine flunked this "acid azine: or by a layman, beware.! Saturday included John 'will supply spare parts for sugar around the driveways on the 1 lS Hit'er-1ike' torture in the
est" miserably ||jlf the seller had an answer t to,K. Aurell of Gainesille.I I mills and produce and repair south grounds. At one point) he -

Arthritis and Rheumatismures. >:any of our ills, he wouldn't have I The third year law student ar- :steam boilers, wheels and other clapped his hands and the two prisons.

The F.D.A. a short while 1 to spend money to advertise. gued for the plaintiff in a practice -.items. beagles-Him and Her-dutiful- The Furniture Manufacturers

go seized a big-selling concoc-We's be beating at his door by case arising out a supposed ly appeared.He Plan PR StudySAN

i Ion of alfalfa and herbs adver-,the millions. auto accident. I Cross Border lifted Her up by the head
Ised as an arthritis cure. Anther Does the purveyor claim he's : Judging the performance of and body. Referring to the re- JUAN, P.R. (AP)Teo-i

"cure" consisted simply "battling the medical prates.sion" ;-',the students was Melvin Belli,r FULDA Germany (AP) cent furor when he picked up doro.:Moscoso, former U.S. administrator AMPLE HOUS
of: ; a $10 "wonder glove" lined! which is prejudiced: I California lawyer and self-stjledj';Three' 20-year-old East Germans 4 Him and Her by the ears so of the Alliance for
with "uranium ore." Some medIcines his ? would stand and Progress>> has been named to ai
(against great discovery j"King" of this area of law. Belli crossed the border into i they yelp
now on the market do pro- This is one of the clearest signsof was chief defense counsel for!.West Germany Sunday night,, Johnson said that "when they 1i 13-member federal commission) South Main Sf Jllfc $K

vide temporary relief from arthritis a medical confidence game.j Jack Ruby,. who was sentenced I''West German customs offieireported alstyelp i! it's not a sign of'pain,it's which will study ,Puerto .Rico's)!

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'I <&-ahttsuillt Sun ... The U.S.-French Feud--2 T tSOUTH I I


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:.. JOHN K. HAKKUOX. ire iMt.t. IB* 'r Wf m lark tII1tnPD De Gaulle met twice in the need to revise NATO along BY THIS TIME De Gaulle I
Publishers FAT COWLES. Tk Fre W4ent By JAMES RESTON autumn of'1959 and twice in national rather than interna- had begun taking units of the
.' | ED JOHNSON. TU Preside WASHINGTON The slow the spring of 1960 without resolving tional lines. French armed forces out of
# ExceiUT Etitori W. G. (wm On the last of his ad NATO and of 1961
Florida's BeautifulUniversity and J disintegration'0 f the alliance this fundamental dif day by August
fir;r EBERSOLE. Tic PrtcUemt ssiacbehvee*Bi AeVverililnc the United States and ference. In June of 1960 De ministration President Eisen- when De Gaulle again ra i sed
e Dlreetori BOB n '
'' City UONE. Tl.. rrwUiMl .act aiaFrance continues. Last week Gaulle raised the question hower wrote to President De the question of combined P.ika.r By RALPH Frfe .McGlLL..
WU te PrtlUter
u.. Y"'s. President De Gaulle took his again. Eisenhower this time Gaulle expressing regret that planning in a letter to Kennedy .I I I Of ... AtUaU. (Ga.) C.e.titetiaa
naval officers out of the North proposed that the three countries they were not able to agreeon who did not reply. < .
: a THE SUN'S POLICY Atlantic Treaty Command, "consult" on all stra- De Gaulle's strategic concept There is, in short, a funda-

l i 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news column. and Washington ignored it. tegic cooperation and suggested mental difference, which still Avoiding'Parly's
i I 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials "It's too bad," Pres ide n t that the three beads of President Kennedy had no exists, about nothing less than
i 3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. Johnson said privately, "but government meet to work outa better luck with De G a u 1 le the creation of a three pow-

I I'm not going to fuss at him. joint world strategic plan than President Eisenbo we r. er permanent political com-
; The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 and the entire mission staff
.. I can't do anything about it." a reorganization of the He raised question and military
Want Ads-376-4672 What can be done, however, NATO allIance.PRESIDENT. when he went to Paris on authorized to "prepare decisions" I
make clear what ..'-_ ..,. June 2, 1961, and proposedthat on all world strategic ,
is to me (inference -
between Paris and Eisenhower "wherever possible" the questions without the participation Trap

I ; Vote With CareIt Washington actually is. It is agreed in principle to such a three countries should prepare of the other Western Al

not, as many people still be- meeting but was by this time "common positions" on such lies.Unless 4
lieve, the failure of the U.S. slightly irritated and set out in problems as Berlin and Laos. this were done, De It
won't do for the GainesvilleSun Holland for his adequate record and to "consult" with France on detail a defense of his policyof President De Gaulle agreed to Gaulle said at the very be- President Johnson's pres-.

to advise everyone to get out his influential position, beneficial to world problems, but the de- working with all the allies this and the foreign ministersof ginning of the correspondencein sure for the civil rights bill

and vote tomorrow. Florida's economy. mand by De Gaulle rejected rather than setting up a three- the three countries were his memorandum of Sep- will not hurt him politically.The .
by the, U. S. that the, power board of directors. He asked to work out the details, tember, 1958, that he would die had been cast. beforehe I
U. S. France and Britain sent this to De Gaulle but De but when the French were limit his cooperation in took I
office. Minds alreadywere
We're against voting. STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL world Gaulle never answered the let- later requested to name a mil- NATO, and this at least he has
on strategic prob-
Incumbent James Kynes for his agree lems, each having a veto over ter and instead spoke out' on itary representative for this done consistently from 1958 made up on this issue.

We're against voting unless governmental experience. in the State the use of nuclear 'weapons Sept. 5, 1960, regarding the purpose, they did not respond. until this week. Mr. Johnson knows this.

unless the voter is informed on the Capitol. except in the case of a direct He and a considerable num-

issues. attack on its own territory.IN '''EXTREMISTS!' ber of Southerners in the Con-

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMIS- gress are well aware of
HIS PRIVATE memor-
firecracker SIONER Incumbent Edwin L. something else.PASSAGE .
This little philosophical andum to Pre s i dent Eisen-

went off in our ear last March, (Ed) Mason for his five years of hower of Sept. 17, 1958, De

when we called for a grand jury judicious service to both consumersand Gaulle said that there must bea ( LLJ\LJLIJ\\ \ of the civil
rights bill will be sort of
a
probe of the Gainesville city elect utility companies. U.S. French British organization
to take JOINT decisions emancipation enactment for
tion. We objected to hastilyrecruited -
affecting Western strategy \I II IaC Southern and
congressmen
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poorly-motivated voters. Someof STATE REPRESENTATIVEIncumbent In the world
anywhere ,
the South. Some of them have
our readers declared us out-of-our- Ralph Turlington, for his and specifically decisions on
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mind and plumb undemocratic. And courage and ability to resolve knotty any use of nuclear weapons.In HERE told him as much. They

they spoke out in tones most stri- issues for the long range good. short, a French and British c :yk would like to have the issueof
rights legislation removed
veto on the use of American
dent. nuclear 1 power unless from their elections. Some of

PUBLIC DEFENDER Incumbent there were an attack on the them yearn to be free to pre-

But we're sticking to our guns. R. A. (Buzzy) Green Jr. for U. S. sent their real selves in the

Vote' Tuesday if you know what youthful vigor in filling a post newly President De Gaulle later public eye, and not always
have to deny themselves the)
made this point publicly by
it's all about. created by the Legislature.
.saying, "If, unhappily, nuclear opportunity to apply their intelligence -
bombs should be set off ----- and political skills
aL atm.
We tried to tell you what it's all SHERIFF Incumbent Joe Cre- anywhere in the world'* this without always looking over

about. Our reporters didn't miss a vasse for his excellent record as a should be done "only in : -' ::': ...... ...., their shoulders at the issue of.
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editorials with France _ _ _ _ civil rights.
single political rally. Our law enforcement officer and his agreement

have attempted to single out the demonstrated civic interest, especially and with her cooperation." Not long ago, after his
This was rejected by Presi-
strongest and best candidates. We in relation to youth. speech on the need for a review -
dent Eisenhower the
on
of
> > foreign policy and
entire series of informa- 3
printed an
ground that while France resented the elimination of and
myths
tional articles submitted by the COUNTY JUDGE Challenger being left out of world v: .: .... .. fears, Senator William Ful-

Gainesville League of Women Voters. John Connell, because of fear the incumbent strategic decisions, De bright was asked why he, a

judge's tactics have inspired Gaulle's proposals would : : 1iVoice civilized and able man, had
leave Germany, Italy and the
voted as he had civil
1 on
May we pause for praise? The in legal circles. other allies out of them. rights legislation.The .

Gainesville League of Women Voters However, President Eisenhower N

performed a real service by posing TAX ASSESSOR Incumbent J. arranged for a series of senator answered can-

pertinent questions to all the local Pierce Smith for his stability and meetings between Undersecretary didly, "So that I could remainin

candidates. We think the League's demonstrated reliability in chartinga of State Robert Murphyand the Senate." f

and in uncloaking the British and French of the We can be glad he remain-
perception tenacity sensible taxing program. ambassadors on the problem. PeopleOn ed. I

the issues were magnificent.The These began in December of

SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT 1958 and were discussed be- There are perhaps three

Gainesville Sun has not endorsed W.. S. (Tiny) Talbot for his practical tween De Gaulle and Secre- The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions Southern senators who are table
tary of State Dulles later that == and possessed of abilities
a candidate for governor. The experience, his interest_ in teachers,
month.IN that would have enabled themto
field is large nine, including the and his probability balancing job and comments of Sun readers arc welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters become leaders
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot of national
Republicans. We have a preference, training with -classical learning. FEBRUARY of 1959 exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The opinion and thought. Two
but it is not strong enough to wish these talks continued on Far Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning arIntent. had all the necessary qualifications -

off on the electorate. We feel basic COUNTY COMMISSIONIncumbents Eastern policy, with the addition for the presidency. "

state issues are not yet exposed. We Claude Brandon Edgar Johnson of U. S.,French and Brit If Both Sides continue to be treated as an time to change the pattern of Yet each was obliged (to
,
ish mi itary officers. The enemy. The influx of carpet. an entire group of people, and remain in the Senate) to .pander .
have only one wish-that the voters and Sid Martin for their abilityto following month, President De Look for Best baggers and scalawags, plus when people deliberately come to prejudices and positions
pierce the facade of "progress" of- work together and their. experience Gaulle again wrote to PresI- the infamies heaped upon this into a city with the purposeof which events steadily w e remaking .

fered by Haydon Burns of Jacksonville in county matters. dent Eisenhower about the EDITOR, Sun: What followsis section through the period of creating tension and conflict less and less tenable. i
and see there a rather obvious Berlin crisis and pressed once a letter I have mailed to Reconstruction, was indeeda by breaking local laws That this was an embittering .
philosophy of raw racism. SCHOOL BOARD Incumbent more for three power coop- Mrs. Malcom Peabody, mother black and tragic page In and fomenting a situation that experience is sure. That"it had]j,
eration "at the world level." of Massachusetts Gov. our nation's history. could very easily cause riots psychological effect*is like'
Willard Williams and newcomer Jas- Eisenhower agreed but insisted Endicott Peabody, which I and bloodshed, it makes it in- ly- ,,
Alachua County has some candi- per Joiner for their civic backgrounds that the cooperation should thought you might be inter- Much bitterness and hatred creasingly hard for the voiceof
dates who are unopposed for local and demonstrated interestin also include all the NATO al- ested in publishing in our developed between the two reason to be heard above THERE WAS in It some]

office. We presume the lack of opposition schools.In lies.Another Voice of the People. sections.and dreary During all the those Southern long the tumult.I thing of the story ofthe your
years
is a form of public endorse- series of meetingswas Dear Mrs. Peabody: I am white man struggled for sur do not doubt your motive, medical student, Fran!
held in April of 1959 enstein, who created a roo .
taking the privilege of writingto vival. No financial but I do question the wisdomyou
ment. Without listing the candidatesby these hands, the GainesvilleSun the representatives of help was ster that destroyed .
among
you because, I, as a Southern extended for education displayed; just as you turf.
name, we wish them Godspeed on feels the welfare of our 50,000 the three powers, this time on woman trying as best I for the ex-slaves who or care would question mine if I Southern leaders in the Co .
were
their upcoming terms.: souls will best Err African 0 11 c Once more gress, trapped in the chair
prosper. we p y. can to live a Christian life, free, but had no to earn should come to Boston and en-
way
could but speak we must. To re- Ambassador Herve Alphandof and you as a Northern woman their living except to eke an ter into the problems you are of the old one-party syste
As for the posts with opposition, main silent would be to kill the pub- France urged contingency trying as best you can to existance by working for his facing there, and deliberately bound by the actions of
strategic planning by all three states in restricting the hi .
live Christian should be break local ,
laws. We
we have made choices in a series of lic dialogue when it should be clam- as a ex-masters who in turn your
nations, but the U. S. agreed chise by various stratege
able to establish a c o mmon must act with wisdom, kind- .
had little food
previous editorials. Briefly, we will oring the loudest. We have spokenas only to consultation and an ex ground concerning the prob- shelter very and clothes except to share., ness and love. We desire to all dishonest, and therefo

summarize: truly as human frailty permits.We change of "strategic views" lems that are facing the en- see every human being enjoy committed to all that w'|
rather than to a set of "mili tire nation in the area of race Educational facilities were the full measure of freedom, worst in the system of stgif

DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE, U. S. trust informed voters will do tary plans" binding on all relations. almost non-existent for either opportunity and advancementswhich gation, have for generatiopr
three governments. race. I was privileged to at- can be given.I been at the mercy of the
I am sure, inasmuch as you
SENATE Incumbent SpessardBy the same tomorrow. Presidents Eisenhower and tend a one-room county school ster thereby created. T
reared in the intellectual
were
believe that the demon-
four months out of each destroyed their chance |
center of our nation, you are year.A strations that will accomplishmost m5
FEARS WILL LOOM 'TIL AFTER ELECTION aware of the historical back- mile from our school, on for any disadvantagedgroup come truly themselves. _
of the importation of land given by my father,
ground however, are those that Tom Watson, perhaps
I slavery into our country and in a building built by him, exhibit trustworthiness, self 1 most dynamic of the Populist ,

Liberals Have Doubts About Johnsonreer how their merchant your forebears ships to used im- school the colored four children months in attended each respect the property, discipline rights, regard and wel for leaders his late, was years so he'saId destroyed., also In I

port them, and how my fare- year just as we did.
fare of others, appreciationand with candor, that he would
RICHARD WILSON he (Johnson) has, after sociates Jack Valenti, Walter But it is precisely this inter. bears bought them for use on Time passed, and changes respect for laws and in- have been able to become as
Chief, all, played a cold, fast, and Jenkins, Bill Moyers, play of privilege which lib the plantations in the South. have come, and I as an indi- stitutions which make possible great a national figure as
Cowles Washington Bureau sometimes a mean game during George Reedy, Cliff Carter, erals in oher sections of the Thus each section shares vidual trying to live as a orderly progress for all Daniel Webster had there not .
WASHINGTON Amidstthe which he has turned up Horace Busby are all con- country fear most. They have equally in the responsibilityfor Christian have said many groups, and an affinity for the hung over him "the dark nem-
general euphoria about! on many sides of both fences. sidered by Texas liberals to found evidences of it in the that awful error. times and on every possible Christian virtues of "love, joy, esis of race." ;
President Johnson, it shouldbe His idealism has come to be conservatives. Texas liberals Billie Sol Estes case, the In 1820 Congress made it occasion that opportunities for peace, patience, kindnes, goodness J
borne in mind that responsible seem like an eddy here and still look upon Mr. John- Bobby Baker case, and the illegal to import more slaves education, employment and ef- faithfulness, and self So it is no mere figure of
liberal elements in this there from the rushing currentof son in the context of his financial TFX controversy, in all of into this country. Thus ended fective citizenship are neces- control". speech to say that passage of a 1

country have their fingers his life. supporters in the which the Johnson name fig the situation for the North. sary for our Negroes. Each I urge that as best we can the civil rights legislationwill
crossed. This lingering doubt "We must take a chance ranching, oil, construction, ured either publicly or sur However, the South was not person achieves first class we forget sectionalism, and be an emancipation proc-
goes a long way to explain with any president, and thereis banking and insurance busi reptitiously.At so fortunate, because they citizenship through individual work as a unit for the good of lamation for the South and its
why the President is making much guess work in it, but nesses. They find him to be this stage the liberalplaint had built an economy around efforts; it cannot be legislated. remembering always that represntatives. The bill is in
such an effort to win a broad if I had a free choice I would liberal on matters affecting seems forlorn. It cannot the manpower of these unfor- This applies to all races "There is so much good in itself not a pancea. its

spectrum of support from all not choose Mr. Johnson. I public power, public works, have much practical application tunate people; people who of people. What we are re- the worst of us and so much mere passage will solve little.
groups. If be can do this it fear he is an administrator of welfare spending and farm because so many of had no other way to earn quired to do is to make it bad in the best of us that it It will for a while be strongly
will not matter so much if The Establishment, and will issues, and conservative on the labor, racial and intellectual their living. Thus a struggle possible for all people to be hardly behooves any of us to resisted. But it will pro
Democratic liberals distrust continue to be; that he will union labor, civil liberties, groups are built-in partsof began that has not yet been able to make of themselvesthe talk about the rest of us." vide a legal base from whirlto
will add
It
him. not militantly wage the war taxation, civil rights, and regulation the Democratic Party apparatus resolved. very best person they can Dryden operate. to tie
Some of them do distrust on poverty and the quest for of the oil and gas in- and there is, of When the gunfire ceased, without regard to the colorof If look for the goodin body of law already existing.It .
him now. They have remained peace be preaches, that he is dustry. :course no possibility that the the economy and the homes of the skin. After all, in the you'll I'll look for the good in will do what the Congress
largely silent because what not a leader who can give the Those who are not familiar presidential nomination would the South lay in ashes. No final analysis what must be us and who knows, we suggested in passing the 14th i
he says and does Is not yet people. vision. with all the conventions of,the :be denied to Mr. Johnson. Marshall Plan was given to considered is the type person', you, reach level of real Amendment augment and I
a
might t
broaden the intent and
concerted liberal "Some of in rebuild. On'the other hand, purpose '
susceptible to a us Texas simply liberal litany might consider not the skin color. and respect
attack. The impressionruns do not trust him. We desperately such a judgment as the foregoing BUT THESE groups can with the assassination of understanding other. of the amendment. It:J
the real John- President Lincoln the national There are many people In each for the will remove much of the !issue -:;'
deep that want to be able ,to, and to be unconvincing. If make themselves felt on the
son has not yet emerged and if history has closed aroundus this is an the liberals have choice of a vice presidential government proceeded with the South who advocate this ANNIE M. ADAMS to the courts and the test I/
will not until after his elect all and he must be president against Johnson, it might be nominee who will be chosen the policy that the South must policy. However, it takes (MRS. B. D.) of law.

so be It, we shall hope concluded that they have very with a more than ordinary I
tion.A for his greatness; we shall little to complain about. awareness that he may succeed POTOMAC FEVBy ER THE SOUTHERN emancbj'
LIBERAL spokesman in watch, until we are convinced, to the presidency. pation feature of the bill's passage />

Texas, Ronnie Dugger, 33- before we shall cheer." BUT IT IS evident that. the Then, when all this has been Jack Wilson, Cowles WashingtonSen. Bureau will, of course extend w
year old editor of the hard-to- ACCORDING to Dugger, lib- distrust of Johnson runs gone through and if Mr. John- the. ...industrial and economili ;.1
buy Texas Observer reflectsthe erals of Texas do not find deeper and has an emotional son is still president, the lib- Richard B. Russell says the President has not!tiing to worry about from r"nt of the 4
liberal distrust in an article President Johnson's record on basis. It rests upon distrust of erals will find ont whether or the present crop of GOP candidates. Russell's been away from Georgia too era states. Corporations ud: jl.
In ,the Progressive, the civil liberties reassuring. He the kind of political power not they have got the presi- long-he's beginning to talk just like the Republi ins. inCiu..u.es wilt be ab$. tp
Wisconsin publication foundedby !is accused of undercutting the complex which Johnson con- dent they want. U their worst come to the region free f-th." !
Robert M. La Follette, Sr. liberals, the labor union, the siders normal, the interplayof fears are,confirmed, they will They're not using lie detectors at the Pentagon ai ny more. Too dangerous. fear of reprisals, of'cllirderi, ,I
Dugger sums up a long ar- intellectuals and spokesmen privileged interests so com have.. trouble, Kith.Mr. Johnson } Like, you set: a rat trap in the henhouse, how
ticle: "During his long ca- for minorities. His closest as- mon in Texas. in the future. -- hens is a sleepwalker. an employment.... policy. :
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4 Gainesville Sun 'Monday, May 4, 1964Oi.aimsuille ,
_. God tn ftiriet tr\A!>..r .PR.. .. C9)1 tbrou hout ,
the Church; 01 W "'UU dUU t; g
NEWS lasts to Sunday. the city from any point. CONSCIEtyE !
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Today at 8 p.m. Sister Ella The Voters League is urging j

t Louise Anderson, acting pastorof every registered voter to ex OF

inn I B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor I: the Church of God in Christ, ercise his or her right to parti-

Gainesville, will conduct the cipate in this democratic process

PERSONALS'Miss the Ebenezer Baptist Churchat services L. V. Davis, vicepresident. -
e Starke Rev E. D. Robison! THEi74SOUTH
Smith and Miss
Mary H. pastor; Mrs. J. M. Sturkes, LACROSSE NEWS I'

": JOHN E. HARRISON. .trablUhen aid Carrie Simpson, both of Ft Lauderdale president. ; Mrs. H. G. Shuman, Joint Service r

=_ PAT COWLES.! tie.FreHdeatMd rreti- were visiting here yes- pianist; Mrs. P. L. Scott, re- _The St. Paul Baptist Church CLEANUP DRIVE
Tie
dents ED JOHNSON. terday. porter. will conduct a. joint service at
The
EstcmUvt Editors W. G. (BUIEBESSOLE. ) clean-up campaign cameto
Mrs. Dora Hines returned to
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Florida's Beautiful Tie Prcfldent and Advertising the Spring Hill Baptist Church Gainesville yesterday with
Gainesville from By RALPH MeG
yesterday
J BOB TAKTAGUONE. PRESENTS PLAY
DlrecUn
= 'University City .,. .Weal Md CTeula- Augusta, Ga., where she was all project captains working Pall:err Prize Winning P her
_# VU Pre The Senior Class of Lincoln FAMILY WEEK BEGINS dilligently to make this the best I I Of the AtUnU, (GO C.e ties
.
U.. stai.pr.r called because of business.Mr. .
High School presents its Senior The observance of Family effort in the contest.
-- POLICY and Mrs. Roberts Jones Class[ play, entitled "Mystery. Week begins today at 8
p.m.
THE SUN'S
.- and son, James, all of New York and Murder" Tues- Nurse Flossie Maxie's Health
.r Mayhem on at the Mt. Carmel Baptist AvoidliTrap
=- 1. Report the news fully and impartially I In the news columns. City, were flown here yesterdayon day, May 5, at 8 pm., in the Church and lasts to May 10 from Committee sponsored a program <
__ 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only m-editorials a two-week vacation with auditorium of the school. This 8 pjn. to 9 p.m. at the Duval ElementarySchool.
all sides of controversial issues. Mrs. Jones' relatives.Mrs. The Annual Clean Up
= 3. Publish important
play is a mystery comedy. Today at 8 p.m. subject, "The :
William left Annual Parade has been for 'P
=:.. The Sun's telephones: All Department -372-8441 Jerry Atlanta Ga. becauseof yesterday The admission prices: stu- ,Church and Family" speakerI. 13 with Lincoln arty
for Wednesday, May -
dents, 35 cents; adults, 50 cents. H. Caffey assistant principalat
= Want Ads-376-4672 the illness of her sister, Mrs. Lincoln High School High School Band partici-

-- Jessie Evans, whose conditionwas REHEARSAL SET pating. All community Clubs

reported as somewhat im VOTERS are urged to enter a float or a
The Choral Group of LodgeNo. LEAGUE
With Care proved. She will be away for 113 will meet Tuesday at Voters in Precinct 13 will cast unit to carry out the Clean-Up
= Vote .. ., _
theme. All Schools will
several days. .r City
and
their
d j p.m. ai tne nome of Mr. May 5 first primary bal-
-- Miss Sarah H. Jenkins, of ]Mrs. Charlie Ross, of 704 SW lots at the Administration Build- take part in this parade. President J o hnso pressure

r' It won't do for the Gainesville Holland for his adequate record and Jacksonville, spent the past I)5th Terrace, for both its rehearsal ing of the Board of Public In- Homeowners are urged to for the civil rijs bill

=- Sun to advise everyone to get dut his influential position, beneficial to weekend here with relatives :. and business meeting. struction instead of Wards' participate in the fire inspection will not hurt him pdically.

Florida's economy. and friends. Place as in the past.A project this Many prizes
=.. and vote tomorrow. Willa Gaines teacherin year. The die had been ca before
Mrs. a J HIGH SPRINGS record voter turnout is ex- and certificates will be passed
School he took office. Mind lready
STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL the Jones Elementary Anniversary Begins pected in Precincts 16, 7 and 28. out when the contest terminates.L. .
--t- We're against voting. attended the Florida S tat eTeachers' The annual Women's Day program Free transportation will be furn V. Davis executive chairman. were made up on thj issue.

-- Incumbent James Kynes for his Association that was I begins today at 8 p.m. at ished from the Recreation Cen- Mr. Johnson knows Is.
=- Were against voting unless governmental experience in the State' held at Miami.
Mrs. Annie Mae Jackson, of He and a consider number
= unless the voter is informed o'n the Capitol. '
Ocala, passed through Gaines- '''EXTREMISTS!' of Southerners infie Con
= issues. route to Jack-
ville yesterday en gress are well avjre of
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSIONER sonville.

This little philosophical firecracker Incumbent Edwin L. Willie Simmons, of Jackson- something else.PASSAGE .

went off in our ear last March, (Ed) Mason for his five years of ville, passed through here yes- \\ \ \ I IERE of civil

when we called for a grand jury judicious service to both consumersand terday en route to St. Peters- rights bill will be. ort of

probe of the Gainesville city elec- utility companies. burg.Mrs. emancipation enact nt for
Mary H. Johnson flew
tion. We objected to hastilyrecruited and
Southern
N.J. congressm
yesterday to East Orange, VOT
poorly-motivated voters. Someof STATE REPRESENTATIVEIncumbent on a two-week visit with her I the South. Some oft have
( I
our readers declared us out-of-our- Ralph Turlington, for his sister, Mrs. Dome Ford, and told him as much. The y

mind and plumb undemocratic. And courage and ability to resolve knotty other relatives. 'I would like to have e issue

.... they spoke out in tones most stri- issues for the long range good. of rights legislation moved
from their elections ome of
dent. MEETING SET them yearn to be fr to pre-
.r PUBLIC DEFENDER Incum-
sent their real selin the
But we're sticking to our guns. bent R. A. (Buzzy) Green Jr. for The' Floral Court Lodge No. rC? public eye, and n always

Vote Tuesday if you know what youthful vigor in filling a post newly 113 will hold its meeting todayat have to deny them yes the
8 at the home of W. G.
-:. it's all about. created by the Legislature. Nelson p.m., of 415 N.W. 12th Street. ; - opportunity to appl heir in-
:wYtrr}' t telligence and polit I skills
the there will
.o. During meeting,
We tried to tell you what it's all SHERIFF Incumbent Joe Crevasse be a report from the Grand \ I "'<< ::w .:,. .. ......,. .." without always 100 g over
: t : t : ::t tMt::::::k::::;;:::::;;':::;:<: ;"" ".w :heir shoulders at th issue of

about. Our reporters didn't miss a for his excellent record as a Lodge. civil rights.
"" single political rally. Our editorials law enforcement officer and his The dues are to be paid and
the election of officers. Not Ion g ago, er his
have attempted to single out the demonstrated civic interest, especially -
speech on the need r a re-
strongest and best candidates. We in relation to youth. view of foreign ry and

printed an entire series of informa- BUSINESS MEETINGThe -.-. the elimination of the and
tional articles submitted by the COUNTY JUDGE ChallengerJohn = fears, Senator 'Wil in Ful-

the incumbent choral group of Lodge No. "I --.1i bright was asked he, a
Gainesville League of Women Voters. Connell, because of fear 5 : ::}
113 will meet Tuesday, May I i }S.v_ civilized and able an, had
judge's tactics have inspired at S p.m. for both rehearsal anda voted as he had civil

May we pause for praise? The in legal circles. business meeting at the homeof rights legislation.

Gainesville.League of Women Voters Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ross, I
of 704 S.W. 5th Terrace. The senator ans red candidly -
performed a real service by posing TAX ASSESSOR Incumbent J. !
uSo that I cot remain
pertinent questions to all the local Pierce Smith for his stability and in the Senate."

candidates. We think the League's demonstrated reliability in chartinga CLUB MEETINGThe '
Voice of the We can be glad remain-
perception and tenacity in uncloak- sensible taxing program. Frances Robinson Club of Peoplen ed.

ing the issues were magnificent.The Church will
Mt. Carmel Baptist
There are perha s threeS
SUPERINTENDENT
SCHOOL meet with Mrs. Esther W.
o u the rn senato! who are
Gainesville Sun has not endorsed W.. S. (Tiny) Talbot for his practical Hamm, of 233 N.W. 7th Place, = The Sun's Opinion Page= able and possessed
a candidate for governor. The experience, his interest in teachers, today at 8 p.m. thatwould have ena ed themto
the Opinion end comment of Sun readers ere welcome in the Voice of the People column., Letters
is nine of
field large including and his probability balancing job become leaders if national -
must be signed and bear the writer's address.' Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should
Republicans. We have a preference, training with classical learning. net exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The opinion and thoifcht. Two
but11 it is not*st.fung.enoUgh' to wish .99 ALACHUA NEWS Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or had all the necessay qualifi-
intent cat i ion for the '
s presidency. -
off on the electorate. We feel basic COUNTY COMMISSIONIncumbents Final Meeting PlannedThe
final Parent-Teacher Association If Both Sides continue to be treated as an time to change the pattern of Yet, each was 0 lilted (to
not exposed. We Claude Brandon Edgar John- '
state issues are yet ,
of A. L. Mebane High enemy. The influx of carpet- an entire group of people, and remain in the Senat to pan-
have only one wish-that the voters son and Sid Martin for their abilityto when der to prejudices an positions
School will be held today at 8 Look for Best baggers and scalawags, plus people deliberately come
pierce the facade of "progress" of- work together and their experi- p.m. at the school. the'infamies heaped upon this into a city with the purposeof which events steadi w e remaking

fered by Haydon Burns of Jackson- ence in county matters. During the meeting, there will EDITOR, Sun: What followsis section through the period of creating tension and c o n- less and les tenable.

ville and see there a rather obvious be the election of officers. a letter I have mailed to Reconstruction, was indeeda flict by breaking local laws That this was an e bittering
black and tragic in and fomenting a situation that experience is sure. T t it had
Mrs. Malcom Peabody mother page
racism. BOARD Incumbent
of SCHOOL
philosophy raw -
of Massachusetts Gov. our nation's history. could very easily cause riots psychological effects is like-
Willard Williams and newcomer Jas- NOTICE Endicott which I and bloodshed, it makes it in- ly. '
Peabody,
Alachua County has some candi- per Joiner for their civic back- The All Star Group of the thought you might be inter- Much bitterness and hatred creasingly hard for the voiceof

: dates who are unopposed for local grounds and demonstrated interestin Undenominational Choirs' Union ested in publishing, in our developed between the two reason to be heard above THERE WAS in it some-
sections. During all those long thing of the of the
: office. We presume the lack of op- schools. is asked to meet at the homeof Voice of the People. and dreary years the Southern the tumut.I medical student story Frank-young
,
: position is a form of public endorse- Mrs, Hattie Shuman at Ar- Dear Mrs. Peabody: I am white man struggled for sur- do not doubt your motive: enstein, who created
a mon-
candidate's redonda, on Wednesday, May taking the privilege of writingto vival. No financial help was but I do question the wisdom
: ment.. Without listing the In these hands, the GainesvilleSun ster that' destroyed him.
13, at 8 p.m. for rehearsal. El- you because, I, as a Southern extended for education or care you displayed; just as you
: by name, we wish them Godspeed on feels the welfare of our 50,000 Mrs.H. Southern leaders in the Con-
more Dextor, president; woman trying as best I for the ex-slaves who were would question mine if I
: their upcoming terms. souls' ,will best prosper. Err, we G. Shuman, pianist; Mrs. can to live a Christian life, free, but had no way to earn should come to Boston and en- gress the, trapped old in the chainsof

could but speak we must. To remain P.L. Scott, reporter. and you as a Northern wom- their living except to eke an ter into the problems you are bound by the one-party actions of system their,

: As for the posts with opposition, silent would be to kill the pub- an, trying as best you can to existance by working for his facing there, and deliberatelybreak states in restricting the fran-

: ,we have made choices in a series of lic dialogue when it should be clam- live as a Christian, should be ex-masters who in, turn your local laws. We chise by various strategems,
NOTICEAll able to establish a c o mmon little food must act with wisdom, kind-
had
previous editorials. Briefly, we will oring the loudest. We have spokenas ground concerning the prob- shelter very and clothes except to share., ness and love. We desire to all dishonest, and therefore

: summarize: truly as human frailty permits.We members of the District lems that are facing the en- see every human being enjoy committed to all that was
Choir of the Mt. Sinia Baptist tire nation in the area of race Educational facilities were the full measure of freedom, worst in the system of segr
Association are asked to meet relations.I almost non-existent for either opportunity and advancementswhich gation, have for generationbeen
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE, U. S. trust informed voters will do
: Thursday, May 7, at 8 p.m. at am sure inasmuch as you race. I was privileged to at- can be given.I at the mercy.of the monster
: SENATE Incumbent Spessard the same tomorrow. tend a one-room county school thereby created. Thi i
were reared in the intellectual
believe that the demon-
destroyed their chance to be
four months out of each year.A .
center of nation are
,
our you strations that will
FEARS WILL LOOM TIL AFTER ELECTION aware of the historical back- mile from our school, on for any disadvantagedgroup accomplishmost come truly themselves.

ground of the importation of land given by my father,
I however, are those that Tom Watson, perhaps the
and in built by him,
building
slavery into our country a exhibit trustworthiness, self most dynamic of the Populist] '

Liberals Have Doubts About Johnsonreer how your forebears used im- school the colored four children months in attended each respect, discipline, regard for leaders, was so destroyed. In '
to
their merchant ships
the property rights and wel- his late years he said, also
,. port them, and how my forebears year just as we did. fare of others, appreciation with candor, that he would

E By RICHARD WILSON he (Johnson) has, after sociates Jack Valenti, Wal- But it is precisely this interplay bought them for use on Time passed, and changes and respect for laws and in- have been able to become as .

: Chief, all, played a cold, fast, and ter Jenkins, Bill Moyers, of privilege which lib- the plantations in the South. have come, and I as an indi- stitutions which make possible great a national figure as
: Cowles Washington Bureau sometimes a mean game dur- George Reedy, Cliff Carter, erals in oher sections of the Thus each section shares vidual trying to live as a orderly progress for all Daniel Webster had there not

WASHINGTON Amidst ing which he has turned up Horace Busby are all con- country fear most. They have equally in the responsibilityfor Christian have said many groups, and an affinity for the hung over him "the dark nem-

: the general euphoria abaft on many sides of both fences. sidered by Texas liberals to found evidences of it in the that awful error. times and on every possible Christian virtues of "love, joy, esis of race."

President Johnson, it should His idealism has come to be conservatives. Texas lib- Billie Sol Estes case, the In 1820 Congress made it occasion that opportunities for peace, patience, kindnes goodness ..
i : be borne in mind that responsible seem like an eddy here and erals still look upon Mr. Johnson Bobby Baker case, and the illegal to import more slaves education, employment and effective ,' faithfulness, and self So it is no mere figure of

liberal elements in this there from the rushing current in the context of his financial fi- TFX controversy, in all of into this country. Thus ended citizenship are neces- control". speech to say that passage of

: country have their fingers of his life. supporters in the which the Johnson name figured the situation for the North. sary for our Negroes. Each I urge that as best we can will the be civil rights legislation 1

crossed. This lingering doubt "We must take a chance ranching oil, construction, either publicly or sur- However, the South was not person achieves first class we forget sectionalism, and an emancipation proc-
lamation for the
South
: goes a long way to explain with any president, and thereis banking and insurance busi- reptitiously. so fortunate, because they citizenship through individual work as a unit for the good pf and its
: why the President is making much guess work in it, but nesses. They find him to be At this stage the liberal had built an economy around efforts; it cannot be legislated. remembering always that represntatives. bill is in

such an effort to win a broad if I had a free choice I would liberal on matters affecting plaint seems forlorn. It can- the manpower of these unfor- This applies to all races "There is so much good in itself not a pancea. Its

: spectrum of support from all not choose Mr. Johnson. I public power public works not have much practical ap- tunate people; people who of people. What we are re- the worst of us and so much mere passage will solve little.It .

groups. If he can do this it fear he is an administrator of welfare spending and farm plication because so many of had no other way to earn quired to do is to make it bad in the best of us that it will for a while be strongly -

: will not matter so much if The Establishment, and will issues, and conservative on the labor, racial and intellectual their living. Thus a struggle possible for all people to be hardly behooves any of us to resisted. But it will provide

Democratic liberals distrust continue to be; that he will union labor, civil liberties, groups are built-in partsof began that has not yet been able to make of themselvesthe talk about the rest of us." a legal base from whirlto

: him. not militantly wage the war taxation, civil rights, and reg- the Democratic Party ap- resolved. very best person they can DrydenIf operate. It will add to tM

Some of them do distrust on poverty and the quest for ulation of the oil and gas industry paratus, and there is, of When the gunfire ceased, without regard to the colorof you'll look for the good body of law .already existing.It .

: him now. They have remained peace he preaches, that he is course, no possibility that the the economy and the homes of the skin. After all, in the in us, I'll look for the good in will do what the Congress
: largely silent because what not a leader who can give the Those who are not familiar presidential nomination wouldbe the South lay in ashes. No final analysis what must be suggested in passing the 14th
and who knows
we
you ,
does is not yet vision. the conventions of the denied Mr. Marshall Plan was given to Amendment augment and
he says and people with all to Johnson. considered is the type person, might reach a level of real
: susceptible to a concerted liberal "Some of us in Texas simplydo liberal litany might consider rebuild. On the other hand, not the skin color. understanding and respect broaden the. intent and pur-
l attack. The impression not trust him. We desper- such a judgment as the fore- BUT THESE groups can with the assassination of pose of the amendment.; It
each for the other
runs deep that the rca'! Johnson ately want to be able to, andif going to be unconvincing. If make themselves felt on the President Lincoln the national There are many people in will remove much of the issue -
e has not yet emerged and history has closed aroundus this is all the liberals have choice} of a vice presidential government proceeded with the South who advocate this, ANNIE M. ADAMS .to the courts and the test
his elec- be the policy that the South must policy. However, it takes (MRS. B. D.) :,of law.
will not until after all and he must be presi- against Johnson, it might nominee who will be chosen

tion. dent, so be it, we shall hope concluded that they have very with a more. than ordinary . -\' .
for his greatness; we shall little to complain about awareness that he may succeed POTOMAC FEVER THE SOUTHERN emancijpation
in watch until the feature of the bill'ssage pa
I A LIBERAL spokesman we are convinced, to presidency.Then .
f Texas, Ronnie Dugger, 33- before we shall cheer." BUT IT.IS: evident that the when an this has been By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau wilL.of course, extend
year old editor of the hard-to- ACCORDING to Dugger, lib- distrust of Johnson runs gone through and if Mr. Johnson -- the. industrial. .,:md.nom.
I e buy Texas Observer, reflects erals of Texas do not find deeper and has an emotional .is still president, the liberals Sen. Richard B. Russell says the President has nothing to worry about from development of the Southea

the liberal distrust in an arti- President Johnson's record on basis. It rests upon distrust of will find ont whether or the present crop of GOP candidates. Russell's been away from Georgia' too em ;states. Corporations aj

cle in the Progressive, the civil liberties reassuring. He the kind of political power not they have got the presi- long-he's beginning to talk just like the Republicans. : industries will .be able

Wisconsin publication founded is accused of undercutting the complex which Johnson con- dent they want. If their worst come to Jbe region;free of

I by Robert M. La Follette; Sr. liberals, the labor union, the siders normal, the interplayof fears are confirmed,,they, will They're not using lie detectors at the Pentagon any more. Too dangerous. fear of reprisals,, of disord ,
:. Dugger sums up a long ar- intellectuals and spokesmenfor privileged interests so common have trouble with Mr. John- Like you set a rat trap in the henhouse, how- do you know\ none of the or' of inability freely totablish'an

idle: "Duping his long ca- minorities. His closest as in Texas. son in the future. hens Is-a sleepwalker? \ .. employment. po ii

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I . .Danceit'"Honors New Members UJomEn! Muir-Wells Vows Exchanged IKEYSTONE



TWrty-five' new membersof .. HEIGHTS Mr.
.
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r '
V;?'M. '' '
"the Gainesville Junior i > !1. ,:. :.if't- and Mrs. Carl L. Wells of Miami
Woman's Club were honored ,. '.{ .v.. r,;A "r1L';;' .. : 2:. ':d.1" ,"" ., :d1 5> announce the marriage of their I F -

Saturday*night during the annual .',,---..\ '.-t.;.:'T, y,' ;/"- f"'!' it'.J' "'v' :- ... aD HUD THE daughter, Miss Sarah Lou

Presentation Ball at the ,'. ,. .-.o'dJ.. <.;r'1... ".....;).....1-..'-...,* I.<'.".',. jo Wells, to Lewis Spence Muir ,.
.. :I *
Moose Xpdge.Entrance .< 1 Saturday morning in the Com- :

to the ball was munity Church of Keystone'

rAF l a6. Heights.
made
through a white <
wrought.liron: trellis banked 'i' rs f i The bride was attended by her

with-palms. Large tissue ros- ffilLY sister, Mrs. M. E. Beaird of

es adorned the walls and the I Brandon, Fla., while H. L. Morgan -

tables were covered with Jr. of Lake Geneva servedas

white',tablecloths,and decorated #' Ruth Weimer best man for the bridegroom.

with red candles and ivy. Women's Editor Immediately after the cere-
-/';,. ;;f left
; mony, the couple on an
Each new member intro- .,
t'J '-
overland trip to he Pacific
duced .by( Mrs. William T. .
,
: 'K. '" coast, where they will fly to
,. CalendarOf aR
Zeanah, president, was presented w- Hawaii.
1 ant American
| Beautyrose The bride, formerly of Mi-
by Mrs. E. AIray How- k :4"r : .>h'Y', :' ,,', of Florida
ard ent-elect. J'' .., > ami, is a graduate
presi ":'iii ..,::' '':j EventsTODAY State University and the Uni-
J "
Following the presentation f : { versity of Miami School of Med-
"
new members and their > ; a j ; A< "I"J icine. She served as intern at

husbands 4anced the honor ., ., ,
+,11:1": : 4 Duval Medical Center in Jack-
May
,
s
.f9A :::=
dance to music' provided by J y n ; i I Women of the Moose, 8 I II sonville and as medical residentat

Roddy WO< cock's orchestra. p.m., Moose Lodge. the University of for i da

New members are Mrs. 0. I Gainesville Bridge Club, Teaching Hospital in Gaines- a

F. Agee, ;Irs. T. E. Ash- J'srs 7:30 pjn., Recreation C e n- ville. She will continue her med-

worth, M$. John D. Bald- ical practice in June.
ter.Bachelor
win, Mrsj George Best, dinner honoring The bridegroom, formerly of 'C \ f

Mrs. Janes Bledsoe, Mrs. s Barton E. Thrasher Jr., whose I Wilmington, Dela., is a graduateof g -

ClaudeI zby, Mrs. C. D. p marriage to Miss Glenda Moonis the Newark College of Engi-
'
Christian] Mrs. Michael Coul- to be an event of Friday, neering, and took his master's

:. iasis, Mrj. Phillip D. Diuguid, r Winston E. Arnow, 6:30: p.m., degree at Brooklyn Polytechnic e.

Mrs. Ch rIes E. Engel, Mrs. Gainesville Golf and CountryClub. Institute. He is associatedwith

Phillip Emmer, Mrs. Albert the E. I. DuPont DeNe-

J W. Ford, Mrs. John D. L mours & Co. Inc.
Feehan/Mrs. William Gager, TUESDAY, May 5 The newlyweds will be at r.

Mrs. Vpyne Harrelson. Executive Board, Gaines- home in Keystone Heights after Mrs. Lewis Spence Muir

l) Mrs. ohn R. Harrison, Mrs. ville Woman's Club, Noon June 8. II

John H Henry, Mrs. CharlesB. 4 Luncheon, followed by after-

Kejnan, Mrs. Stanley B. 'V noon session, Mrs. Winston A.

Liven$od, Mrs. Bob Lovvorn, Little, Mrs. Arthur Campbell, VFW Slate Installation .

Mrs. T. Harold Martin, Mrs.T. Mrs. George Butler, Mrs. J.

S.'Melvin Jr., Mrs. PaulD. Ed Price and Mrs. M i t chell vice
phinee, junior president;
Officers for the Veterans of vice commander.
Baumstein hostesses Club- I
MJore, Mrs. J. S. Quincy, Sullivan
house. ,Foreign Wars Post 2811 and its Others to be installed are ZebT. Mrs. Paul secretary,
I Mrs./ Charles Richardson- Alachua Diabetes auxiliary will be installed at a Brashaw, chaplain, G. B. Mrs. C. L. Ball, treasurer; Mrs.A. .
Mrs Roger Seckinger, Mrs. County Lay AlbertJ. J. Allums, chaplain; Mrs.C. .
be heldon Newton, quartermaster
Rob t C. Sealman, Mrs. Society, 7:30: p.m., Frank M. joint open ceremony to Seek- A. Cunningham, conductress,
I Hud C. Simmons Jr. Mrs. Two of the 35 new members of the Junior Woman's Club introduced Satur- Hall Auditorium. Saturday, at 8 p.m., at the Allums, trustee, Almyr
and H. G. Bates, and Mrs. Ralph Whiting, guard.
Data B. Sincere, Mrs. Vince day night during the annual Presentation Ball were Mrs. Philip Diuguid and Forestry Wives Club, Tup- Post Home. inger, surgeon, Trustees are Mrs. A. Seckin-

G. Stenger, Mrs.. James Mrs. Michael Coullias, pictured above left to right with their husbands. perware Par t y, 8 p.m., Fla- Cecil D. Cox will be installedas judge advocate.H. ger, Mrs. Cecil D. Cox and Mrs.
vett III Recreation Hall. post commander, Clifford A. J. Dauphinee, Sixth District -
T or, Mrs. D. W. Tredinick Archie Crawford.Mrs. .
Cunningham, senior vice-com- Commander, will be the
Gainesville Woman's Club
,
Mrs.Jif Mrs.Richard Richard Wood J.and Walsh Mrs., PROSPECTIVE 'FIRST LADIES'Faye Sketch Group, 9:30: a.m., Mrs. mander, William Taylor, junior I installing officer, and Lloyd G. Sullivan will serve as
officer and Mrs. Cun-
Woodard officer of the day. installing
.Jinn L. Richard C. Burnard, 1601 NW ,
Yaggy.
The auxiliary officers are ningham will be installing con-
/ ansfer members introI 35th Way. OES ChapterWill new
/uced included Mrs. J. J.- Medical Dames, 7 p.m., Mrs. Herman C. Coates, presi- ductress.A .
Karl To A PromiseEDITOR'S and dance will fol-
Keep dent Mrs. Ethel Voss, senior supper
Anderson, Mrs. R. L. Barnes, NW Mrs.4th George Lane.Merrysteppers. Singleton, 2802 i Honor vice;president; Mrs. H. J. Dau- low the installation ceremonies.
Mrs. T. S. Canfield II, Mrs. ,
Robert Davis, Mrs. L. H. ( NOTE: This is I cratic candidates for governor make speeches, "just hellos and 8 p.m., City Grand MatronMrs. .

' Mickler, Mrs. J. F. Mulling the sixth in a series of articles I one of whom is likely to goodbyes." Recreation Center. the EMONEY place to call for

and- Mrs. F. W. Williams. on the wives of the_ _six Demobe _Florida's______ _next___ first____ ladv.), __ Kanapaha Home Demon- Adele Robertson of Mi-
The thug that amuses her stration Club, 9:30: a.m., Mrs. ami, newely-e 1 e c te d Worthy I

i By CHARLES STAFFORDAP most about campaigning is W. H. Bryan, 110 NW 4th Ave- Grand Matron of the Grand t

Ii: NachtriebSmileyMr. I Special Writer the reaction of women to her Chapter of Florida, OES, will

husband's good looks. nue.Tuesday Evening Supper make her official visit to

" and Mrs. Harvey L. Nach- Faye Karl is more housewife "This is a riot," she says. Club, 6 p.m., 1402 West Uni- Gainesville Chapter Thursday
than mother
L politician, more
trieb announce the engagement than speaker.But "One woman came up to me versity Avenue.WEDNESDAY. evening, 8 p.m. at the Masonic itI
and said, 'Oh, your husband iso Tempe. win
l II and approaching marriage of she has one campaign May 6
i I good looking. You are so Among several events in her
their daughter, Miss Carole Di- promise she vows to fulfill if lucky.' Of course, I always answer Gainesville Bridge Club, honor will be a banquet priorto Here's a golden opportunity to jet cash double
Fred Karl is elected
7:30
Inn.
ane Nachtrieb, to John Edward governor." 'You are so right. I am p.m., Holiday the meeting in the HolidayInn fast during Beneficial' Golden Anniversary
"The first thing I would do, Gainesville Fine Arts Asso-
Smiley, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. lucky. at 6 p.m.Reservations. Celebration. Call up or come in for the cash you
I
of
says this young woman bountiful ciaton, Banquet, 7 p.m., Holiday ii'
M. Smiley of Live Oak. > good cheer "is change the I "I love them" when they get Inn. should be made vv want now to clean up leftover bills or

Miss N ac h trieb was gradu- x name back from Executive Res- enthusiastic. Democratic Women's Club, with Mrs. R. L. Shipp or Mrs.P. <- for any good reason. We .like to say, "Yes!"

ated from P. K. Yonge Labora- idence to Governor's Mansion.: its But drawbacks.campaigning does have Luncheon, Noon, Holiday Inn S. Guerry by Wednesday

tory School. She is presently at- b "I was sound asleep the other Green Room, Senator Beth morning. BENEFICIALFINANCE

tending the Alachua County She said it had always been Johnson of Orlando, guest
night when the phone be-
Guild'Ladies
the Governor's Mansion until rang Lutheran
speaker.
Nursing School SYSTEMLoans
L side my bed, and this man said,
the election of Gov. Farris Bry University of Florida Hospital
'Tell Fred to
something
Mr. Smiley was graduatedfrom say Auxiliary, annual luncheon Guild of the First
ant.She about the senior citizens.: I up to $600 on Furniture. Car or Note
.
P. K. Yonge Laboratory learned of the change: meeting, 11:45 a.m., Holiday Lutheran Church will hold its
School and is employed by the when she accompanied her husband wanted to hang"up, but you Inn, Mrs. Anne J. Vestal, quarterly meeting of the com- Beneficial Finance Co. of Gainesville

State Road Departmnet.The a state representativefrom have to be nice, she says. guest speaker. bined circles Tuesday at 8 301 N.MAIN ST. (Opp.Masonic Home) GAINESVILLEPhone
She also finds her husband'space p.m. .
: 376-2676 Ask for the YES MANagerOPEN
Volusia County, to Tallahassee Chapter I, PEO, 10 a.m., at the Parish Hall. Hostesseswill
wedding will be the eventof a drawback. EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT-PHONE FOR HOURS
for a legislative session."It Mrs. William L. 1208
Lowry, be
May 16 at 7:30 p.m., at the little bit of shockto "I can't keep up with him," members of.Miriam Cir- ei9 I ,.SEN EFICIAL FINANCE CO.
was a a NW 16th Avenue. cle.
Lutheran Church. Miss Carole Diane NachtriebBrides says Mrs. Karl. "Anyone that
I 1Gethsemane me when we began getting can deserves a medal. I've OES Auxiliary, 3 p.m., Mrs.J. -,
invitations to the executive resi- A. Gibbs, 1122 SW 2nd Ave-
never been able to wake
: dence," says Mrs. Karl. up I r '1
I BookWEDNESDAY early in the morning. That's
I A member of an old Tampa the hard part." nue.Eight O'Clock Group, Uni "

family, whose Uncle Joe versity Women's Club Newcomers Your Vote
She the children I
says Cynthia -
May 6 Thrasher wedding party following Brooker rode the Pony Express 8 p.m., Clubhouse, ;
12, Rick 9, Mary 8, and
Miscellaneous shower hon- rehearsal at the First from Tampa to Fort Jim 5 Newberry Road, Mrs. Charles
are campaigning hard.
oring Miss Carolyn Ridgell, Baptist Church, Mr. and Mrs.A. Myers, Mrs. Karl believes in "They take cards to school McCallum, guest speaker. E f
bride-elect of Charlton B. Dan home and motherhood."I Engineering Wives 10 a.m.,
T. Fletcher, 11 SW 42nd and pass pins around," she t "' for .
iel, 8 p.m., Mrs. Lowell Mock Street. think the governor's man- East Blue Room, Student '
sion should be run by the first says. "They put bumper stripson Service Center Brunch f
J and Mr Grant Edson at the their notebooks." i
latter's home, 2212 NW 15th SATURDAY, May 9 lady of the state just as she Bridge and Canasta. i

Avenue. Wedding of Miss G I e nda runs her own home, "she says, Cosmos Club, Game Party,

I FRIDAY May 8 Jane Moon, daughter of Mr. "except that the duties would be The Karl marriage took 2:30: p.m., Mrs. W. M. Rogers, R. D. 8ob' JORDAN

A Bridesmaids luncheon hon and Mrs. Richard I. Jones, ten fold." place 15 years ago after Fred 828 NW 21st Avenue.

oring Miss Glenda Moon, and Barton Eugene ThrasherJr. and Faye met on the Stetson
THURSDAY, 7
May
J bride elect of Barton E. ., son of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Mrs. Karl, a slender size 10 University campus. Gainesville Junior Woman's ...
with brown and brown hair
Thrasher Jr. 12:30: Mrs. Thrasher 4 p.m., First Bap- eyes ALACHUA COUNTYSHERIFF
p.m. that gives off red highlights, She says one of his fraternity Club, Installation Luncheonand r-
Wayne Sandefur, 1418 NW 16th tist Church. Reception follow- campaigns with her husband brothers tipped her off that he Meeting, 10:30: a.m., Uni-

Terrace. ing with bride's parents hostsat only about two days out of ev- wanted to ask her for a date versity Inn.Chapter .

Rehearsal dinner for Moon- the Church. ery seven. but hadn't found the opportunity. CQ, PEO, 8 p.m., \ -

"We agreed before the cam- So when a sorority function Mrs. M. H. Johnson, 1617
came along she asked him. NW 12th Road.Gainesville.
paign began that it was very
I. Cooking Is FunORANGE important to win," says Karl, "Her explanation is better Chapter 44,

"but not so important that we than mine," says Karl. "I just OES, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple. !

make neurotics out of the chil- say "She asked me for the firsdate' Coffee honoring old and new IS A VOTE .
BREAD PUDDING Bake In a slow ((325 degrees) ." executive board of the New-
dren by leaving them with a i -
oven 1H hours or until firm. maid and letting them see us They were married while he comers of the U n i v ersity

1 tablespoon cornstarch in center. Cover with meringue.. only when we were tired. Win, was still in law school and livedin Women's Club, 10 a.m., Mrs.J. I II I

2-3 cup sugar Return pudding in water bathto I lose or draw, they've got to a one room $30-a-month Wayne Reitz, Presid e n t's

2}i teaspoon salt yolks a slow ((300 degrees) oven. grow up." apartment."She Residence. To guarantee a full-time SHERIFF

large egg Bake 20 minutes or until meringue Despite this agreement, Karl spends as much for American Association of Un-

Itt cups milk butter or is lightly browned. Serve says, his wife plays "a rather cookies for the children now as iversity Women, Morning in-

2 tablespoons I warm. Makes 6 servings. significant part in the cam we used to eat on for a week," terest Group, Mrs. Robert W. To the enforcement of
margarine guarantee
said Karl. Jones, 1215 NW 23rd Boule- I
1 teaspoon grated orange rind Meringue Beat 2 1 large paign.
I
whites : "She reminds me of people to They were dining together at vard.
vanilla I egg until they hold soft t
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teaspoon the moment he said it, and his University Mothers' Club, the laws
call, he "She browbeats
1 cup diced membrane free peaks. Gradually beat in 4 tablespoons says.
comment triggered a thought. Covered-dish Luncheon, 11
I
sections sugar and tt teaspoon me when I don't get enough
orange I vanilla. sleep. She doesn't sit in any "This is so nice," she told ajn., meet at the University I

1% cups bread cubes policy meetings. She isn't that him. "You know, this is the Women's Club for transportation To guarantee courteous treatment
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Meringue deeply involved. first time we have had a quiet to the summer home of

I "We consult with each other," dinner together in three Mrs. Bruce Thomason, Lake
: In a saucepan, stir togetherthe I Marinate chunks of cooked he said, "but father is the headof months." Winott. ; to the citizens of Alachua County ;
cornstarch and salt; lobster in =-
sugar I French dressing and the family and she doesn'tchallenge -
blend in egg yolks and V. cup alternate on skewers with
me for that role. She 1 I'M TICKLED

of milk.the Stir milk and; mix cook in over remaining very! cherry gant hors tomatoes d' oeuvre.for an Shrimpand ele- Wherever is a tremendous she help she to makesa me. To guarantee the appointment of a :

goes
PINK!
until mixture is
low heat fresh
pineapple are an world of friend
slightly thickened and coats a excellent combination that County Safety Officer #

metal spoon-about 10 min-: may be used the same way. Mrs. Karl says she doesn't Color Me Pink!
utes. Stir in butter, orange rind
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and vanilla. Arrange oranges ELECTDASHWOOD You'll be Tickled with ,
and bread cubes in a round 1- '

quart casserole (about 7 by 2% BEDDING or CARPETING

Inches). Pour sauce over oran-' HICKSt. ELECTBOB

ges and bread cubes. Place cas-' From: JORDANYOUR

jerole in a pan of hot water., COUNTY =
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FLOOR TILE for proven business expe ience A. D.Chambl SHERIFFPULL

42 COLORS IN STOCK your government needs Pr:\en : Jr.
109/10* PER business sense not legal advice LEVER 20-A bn VOTING DAY, MAY 5
TILE BEDDING & CARPET CENTER
that is
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BUSINESS" aEPOR.T. "'= ;II Commissioner of Agriculture! based on the findings of Ute!Committee has encountered in Extension Service which b

,I... : 'Trn'A.i.t r.- I Doyle Conner will address mem- committee. t performing its duties in con- sponsoring the short course. "

:: lt;)) ,i---, .bers of the Florida Federationof Commissioner of Agriculture I nection with state laws govern-I Dr. E. T. .York Jr., UF provost -
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_R _1 Fairs and Livestock Shows tonight
.., rW' Conner is to speak tonight on fpc agriculture' was scheduled
T fairs.
." at the fair group's annual!! ing
some of'the problems the Fair to address the short course
banquet at the Inn
4 Holiday :
The Fair Short Couse activities -participants at a noon luncheon
STOCK Late Morning here. | .1 '!today. .. .1. ..,
: I Profitsr FLASHESNEW County Medics i this morning included a
The banquet, which will start;,
MARKET session in the UF Student Serv t| C. A. Winter; :executive,sec-
If.i N. Y. Listing a 6:30 p.m., is being held in.: '
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retary of the State4Fair' Com
to'' conjunction with the 13th annual;; Due at Meet ice Center presided over by'Louie .
Sears Roebuck 'mitteef was'to speaFtHs"after 1{
YORK (AP) The:r rose 18
I Fair Short Course I II W. of Marianna
J Seay
AllisChal 18U 56k Management ,
stock market moved :109* &OOO shares. American: Greyhnd noon on "Keeping our Carnivals
irregularlyin on
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; Figures 1 !which opened at the .. .
i I Alcoa 7-m GulfOil 5538 yesterday HOLLYWOOD Five physicians president of the Florida Federation -" Clean" '
moderately active trading at I Tobacco advanced \\ to 34%. !
AmAir 46tt IntHarv 712 i University of Florida. will !i J
the opening today. i on 1,000 shares. j officially represent II of Fairs and Livestock
IntNick I The fair short will .
Am Brk 528 79ft course conjtinue
Changes of most leading issues -'!.! I I I Yesterday's activities included the Alachua County Medical Society .Shows. The fair group was welcomed :
1.! Control Data added is at 94Tgi I II AmBdPar 365s IntPap 32ft tomorrow, with anelcc-
I Still were small. j I a meeting of the Federation'slI at the 90th annual meeting by Dr. M. O. Watkins,I
: Up I on 1,400 shares. II' } AmCan 43:** Jones&L 73'/4 Hon of federation oflicers-schcd-
I Opening blocks included: : i board of directors and a of the Florida Medical Association -'! director, Florida Agricultural I ued
Westinghouse Electric off J a i. American, Telephone was off i! AmCyan 64 Ken'cott 84?= ,together and buffet supper. get-I as a wind-up/vent.COUfsJTV .
X = AmMot 158 Lig&My 80ft held here 710.1They --
being
May
,8 at 140:8 on 1,000 shares. J
at 33 3.500 shares General ;
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By SAM DAWSON on ; !
;: AT & T 14012 Loch'd 333s
The directors, at their meeting Drs. John W. An-
AP Business News : Electric, off >i at 83 on 3,000; : New York Central rose *,i to1 are ,
-e Analyst AmTob 342 Lorillard 4638 ,
j and Ford, unchanged at 56s on 33'i on 1,600 shares. { ;, yesterday, voted to ask the drews, William F. Enneking,
NEW YORK (AP-Early re- Radio Corp. opened 3,500( Ampx Cp 158 Mag'vox 38 :State Agricultural Fair and''
; 2,500. II j on MM&M Taylor H. Kirby Jr., Walter E.
Anacond 45 62sk
Livestock ,
? ports on first-quarter profits I U. S. Steel lost V4 at 55 3s on shares, up *,4 at 33% on 3,500 ; Committee to hold Murphree and Edward R. Woodward ..
; Armour 505s Mohasco 133s hearings to'allow fairs which r
point to figures still rising after:3,000 shares. shares. all of Gainesville.
*> a year that saw many records:I Standard Oil (New Jersey) I Texas Gulf Sulphur opened'on Babcock 57*<4 Mons'to MontWd 747s !have had permits withheld answer -,;

y set. dipped: to 87;i on 1,900 shares. 'I 11,000 shares, up 1*8 at 54H. | B&O 43hs 3878 accusations against them., Elected by their local group,
I ft:: I Beth Stl 36U NatDair 765 Permits for several fairs, in- as members of the state
, 'I l Helene Curtis came back *i I On Friday the Associa ted assoc-
And even more heartening to i I Boeing 44ft NatDist 27ft cluding the Greater Jackson- ciat on.s House of the
at 21'2 on 1,200 shares. Du Pont Press average of 60 stocks rose* Delegates, i
corporate executives is that the: edged J i at 258. j 1.4 to 303.1. Borden 74ft N.AmAv 48'/4 ville Fair and the State Fair five doctors will help decide -

: decline in profit margins has:[ up Brunswk 10ft Penney 52 at Tampa, have been withheld 'along with delegates from the:

r *. been reversed. But this gain'r '! CaterTr 59ft PRR 30ft pending inspections of the fairs other 40 county medical socie

r r: barely brings the ,ratio of profits -) State 4-H Club] Council Celanese 68 PepCola 50 by the Fair Committee. ,ties the FMA's policies.
I : to sales, and of profits to as-i Com Ed19% PhillPet 50% I i .>ak
I :ijsets, back to the level of 1959, Con Edis 86 RCA 33%I The action on the permits was '

; :* and is minor when compared) For Girls FormedEddie Cont Can 4778 RepStIIt>8;'taken generally, because of al-: Pair Beheaded .

.* with the late 40s or early 50s, Boys, Dow Che 70>,2 Revlon 36 '!leged gambling on the midway.i' .

I w J when good sales years really duPont 259 ReyTob 47%i Without the permits, the fairs!!| LONDON (AP-Two) British; k., ,
: meant rewarding earnings. !I Taylor of Green Cove i Pierce and Danny Harrington, EAL Soft StRegP 32U i would not be exempted from:soldiers killed in a skirmish :

I I : Springs has been elected president -(:lUmatilla. I II E. Kodak 128 Sears 109%t j taxes. (i i i with Yemeni tribesmen were

The earnings now being re- of the newly organized The State 4-H Council reorganization Firestone 38 Sinclair 46'g j 1 The Federation directors ask ;later beheaded, and their heads!1 1I ,
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ported in increasing numbers;! which t took j Fla P&L 717k Socony 761. ed that the hearings be heldas I jwere I displayed on Poles in the
'(State 4-H Club Council place as some]
: have added interest this year. I' Ford 56% SouthnC 56'a soon as possible and that I i desert i town of Taiz, the Defense
4-H t
200 and
" ifs the first 4-H organization boys girls were 1
: They bear directly on labor's(:')composed.( of both boys and I II I(icompeting for state titles in con- Frmst Da 107/s SperryR 1618 permits be issued immediately|(I Ministry says.
chances of boosting the size ofj Frept. Sul 34 StO NJ 87ft: 1
|girls. i tests.[ !
wage-scale advances in upcoming -' Trueh Tr 30ft Studebak 8ft

negotiations. The amount of''' The council was reorganized Other new executive officers Gen Dyn 26ft Swift 46ft

I, I. profits-and more importantly(and officers elected at a meet- are Mary Heddon, Fort Meade, Gen El 83 Thiokol 14'8 Army SnafuNothing /

the yield on investment-affects I II j jn ling Saturday in conjunction with I vice president; George Taylor, i. Gen Fds 85ft UnitAirc 45?

the ardor with which enterprises the first annual state 4-H Events''Vernon, in 'Washington County : Gen Mills 38V4 UnFruit 21 Ask, .

I will expand and take up thej{(Day at the University of Flor-(secretary; Don Wetherington, of I GenMills 38! US Steel 55ft ..

U slack in employment. And also iI !iida. :!:Jasper, treasurer; Sandra Copeland -, GenMtrs 88% UnivMat 12ft New Don't forget

I -. the soaring earnings offer a clue 1' in'at i it of Arcadia, reporter; Amy Goodrich 5-11'8 WestgEl SS's Ito

: : to the strength of the pressures First place winners :Gillman, Crestview, chaplain: I GoodyrIP8 WinnDix 32VzIraqEgypt itolw4 .,.

I :' that may be building up for'lious Sanders events of Cross included City Johnny who took''Jeannice Hair, Inverness, parl- By WILLIAM M. BLAIR I ting radar operator assigned ac\\ ... -r 1J t- to get youmoney

-- another marked rise in prices, ',amentarian; and Carol Stewart : WASHINGTON The comptroller -;a clerk: and a cook as an in'
top honors in the tractor
oper-
'1 1 such as accompanied the profitable -,lators contest. Pensacola, historian. I general has found out fantryman. 5. 0

i : years right after the war.i I what every U. S. soldier already'' The G.A.O. put its finger oni
The first annual 4-H ,
Events
I" i iI A Levy County team compos-, i Union SoughtDAMASCUS knew the often'doesn't !the primary deficiencies in in :
i 1: Most industrial groups made:!i Day was conducted by the Ag-j : right man by \
I, ed I of Faye and Portia Sachet get the right job in the the Army's personnel system."
j = marked gains in 1963 over 1962. !Ticultural Extension Service 4-H Syria (AP) -
Donald
and Tommy and An- Army. i They are: installation com- \
the 20th
f I II Department.A .
I H Net income of 2,280 manufacturing -drews all of Chiefland, placed I Creation of an IraqiEgyptianunion manders are able to utilize per- 4

I r = companies tabulated by,second in the poultry judging' of is the goal of a provisional Joseph Campbell, the comptroller -!sonnel in any duties they may
species frog in tropical
i iI competition. The Dade County general, told Congress)!deem appropriate, and :
Bank
National assign-
the First City America has done with the Socialist constitution an- f am profits
away that about
35,000 en-
I team first. recently ments to installations
was are made
2T jumped 10 per cent in 1963 ( I
jI and hatches nounced the
tadpole as fully de- by Iraqi govern-
i i ; listed personnel were "misas- on the basis of data that
do
above the take in 1962, that is,1! I not I
\ Barbara Casseaux of Talla'veloped baby frogs. Females lay'a 1 from the 1st
Z to $16.3 billion from $14.8 bil- ment. signed throughout the Army,;,accurately reflect! the true needs'
;hassee placed first in the gids'lpublic i mere 40 eggs though other) I with the result that $48.7 million I:of those installations.
:- lion. f speaking contest. { Such a union would be "a first !' ,
tropical frogs may produce 25-, : in training costs is being wast-

H: But the margin of profits on; Ronny Wilson of Immokalee'000. Elimination of the tiny::step toward Pan-Arab unity,",ed." The Air Force is doing a1; Roy K. Davenport of the deputy undersecretary for-I
Army
sales was 5.7 per cent, up only ,was judged the top speaker inj;aquatic tadpoles, whose morality -i 1 the government of President I much better job, he said. personnel management, said in i I

slightly from the 5.5 per cent!,the boys' division. Alternates in' rate is high. ensures that a.Abdel Salem Aref said in its an-I',I He cited some cases: I a letter to Campbell that the' Pardon us for tooting our

:.:a.of 1962. Still, it was back to the|'the statewide speaking contest'''higher portion of the frogs reach I!']nouncement Sunday over Bagh-i -a serviceman, who enlisted misassignment rate for the 35-, ,
t :; 1959 level after a discouraging were Diana Young of Fort maturity. ''i I dad radio.Bradford's .1 000 individuals own horn but we thlnKtWsuJs
in 1950, was trained as a I was only 4.05 per
The will have
dip. margin
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and received cent based on the a harmonious idea. Visit -
i i medical specialist average enlisted us now
: to grow much faster in 1964 to I
'a rating of "excellent." He was strength of about 864,000in
IT get:: back to the level of 1955,I Berry Queen the active or use the-malls.
cook-mess Army.
put to work as a ,
j I' when it was above 6 per cent.
steward in a non commission-1' The G.A.O. said it found the
U The peak 'Postwar year of 1950 .
ed officers' club while the Army j Air Force
: when the profit margin was ,.'t' "'':'''( ': ii: ; misassignment rate First
'. nearer 8 per cent, now seems r i : : trained additional medical specialists was 'only about 1 per cent." I federalsavings
t at a cost of over $1,000; Davenport added that the Ar-
almost out of reach. j
per student. |:i my's objective is to train a !I & loan association. .
.
: Profits figured as a return on PII! -A not her serviceman was ]peacetime corps of enlisted' personnel -f of Galaesvill ,

the net worth of the corpora' trained as an automotive repairman -::,;:: that is highly diversified! i -1 "
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tions rose to 11.5 per cent in A but worked at this job,:;so that their e x per iences can!' ME IEflEDflAjfAYtBOj
;; y_ qN; about five months before he :1 be _& lOAN INSUIANCf, COII9IATION.
1963, from 10.9 per cent in 1962. for used in times of national!
This also was back to the 19591 r was made a mail clerk. The
A
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level after the intervening dip! 1 } ; IIIS Army continues to train automotive -; The G. A. 0. recommended..' W. UNMISITY AVLAI acre!

during the 1960 recession. But '. < mechanics at an estimated I nevertheless that the secretaryof aua:.Ii .w. Intt L.tJ'.iQ UH) AY,
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the prospects of this return on ? cost of $1,400 each. j<( the Army revise current prac- evi 4. .. .. U 4.6.7551' .

assets climbing back to the 1935: I t J <, v f. -One serviceman served ov-M tices. I .." .. -..

level of 15 per cent seem dimto erseas as an aircraft maintenance -!

; many corporate finance offi-' mechanic, was reassigned: .

cers. And the 1948 mark of 191 to Ft. Leavenworth, Kans., as a: .

I per cent looks far away indeed. ; : 1q clerk typist, and the Army: NEED YOUR HELP .

Profit reports this year are complained of a shortage of air, .. ..oj, ..
being complicated by greatly I j jI i craft maintenance personnel
.increased depreciation allow I ,, and is training additional mechanics -' "
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ances by many companies, and( at a cost of about $2-i.

: these are carried on the books 000 each. '{: '

: _as costs before profits.Toastiuasters. : -Another serviceman with a; "

I Il' '0\: 'Z\r college degree in building con-,' MEMBER : ,.. .:.:

struction and three years with: .
the Army engineers as a civilian -,, : :
I I \ with duties of draftsmen and;, < : ALACHUA

To) Observe I j I IL "5'I(, Piah construction inspector was as- E

signed clerk duties in the Army.. COUNTY
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Special Week d Other examples found by the
1a a ww '
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( k Lu G.A.O. included a trained automotive SCHOOL BOARD

Members of Gainesv i 1]le's : maintenance man as-

Toastmasters Club will hold a Jane Adams (center), 16, of Starke( is Bradford County's( first National I signed as a clerk; a clerk assigned t.

I special meeting at their regular Strawberry Festival I queen.t She received her title in competition with 18 ether as a radar repairman; a DISTRICT 3 AT LARGE

meeting time tonight to mark,I contestants and reigned over the Bradford County Fair and Strawberry Festi- I''clerk typist assigned as a truck

*Toastmasters Week" here. valhich concluded yesterday. At left is June Martin of Ocala, second runner- i driver; a military policeman as-,

The meeting, open to inter-. up in the queen contest, and the other beauty is Marian Green of Starke, first I signed as a physical activities. The Most Important Problem In *. '

ested men, is to begin at 7 p.m. runner-up. :specialist; a tracking and plot-!
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at the Park Lane Cafeteria. The:
I Government Is Sound Education for
club is an organized group of I

men, over 21, "who seek to increase -' Arms Buildup?

their self-confidence ONE/'\UNITED SUNSHINE STATE Our Children?
of their LONDON (AP-The) Guard-
through improvement
speaking ability." ian reported today that German > :

I The Gainesville club is seeking -;scientists who have worked for <::) BUD DICKINSON Born in Alachua County.Life .

to expand membership to the United Arab Republic believe -

include 40 members, the maxi- both it and Israel are producing

mum allowed under Toastmaster -r' and stockpiling atomic Long Resident of Florida ( Excepting Military Service) '

International rules. missiles. FOR FREE TRANSPORTATIONTO II

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RE-ELECT Gainesville High i School-University of Florida- ;
POLLS CALL: 3721189or

Graduated West Point 1933."f ;\t :

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ALACHUA COUNTY COMMISSION .*..* .. ,
Veteran World War II (JBataan and Corregidor) :
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AIXhM C.unty N'hve-G.nevill. Rtsidtnt
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FAMILY:
WIFE: Frmr MADGE FHINNEY .!WJI.jten
y. .a DAUGHTERS:Janet (age 11) A Caret (ages) Graduate Work in Education-Public School Administration-: .
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Capable & Dedicate te C*.4 Geverftment FRED BUD


EXPERIENCED IN THE GETTING RECORD THINGS DONE!' Experience as School Board member in Florida; Executive : f. tj j

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New Alachua General Hospital Long-range, roads const plan DIOKIRSOD n
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Subdivision regulations Sidewalks to public schools J

Planning & Zoning Program New County Courthouse
Recreation Development Full-time Civil Defense Prog. .
Wafer Resources Planning Full-time Veterans Service Off. CANDIDATE for GOVERNOR 5t. Has Experience as Teacher in County School System. -
More efficient county govt. 5?
Regional Library & BookmobileLongrange Stable leadership & Cooperation -
I mosquito cont. plan in government at all levels -1.--...J
Campaign Headquarters Sound Business Technique Applied to School Administration for :
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Stable & Conservative Tax Base TK. Payees Prairie Project The Best Interest of Taxpayers, Parents and Children.
Zoning Roads -, Recreation Fish & Wildlife Management 2-1189 _
County Agricultural Center Natural.Resources ConservationNew .. .-
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Fred Dickinson POLITICAL PROFILES May 1 1964



I, TO: MR. W. S. "TINY" TALBOTAs
Madison Avenue Touch Plus Evangelistic: Fervor

'-' former students of the schools of Alachua
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By CHARLES SAFFORD car tag tax back, will you?" Bound for Brooksville, Dickinson Smathers and Dickinson-and II "three-to-one more people will beef once a day, tries to get at County, we, the under signed should like for

I Tfoe.campaign of Fred (Bud)I The caravan moved on, toward described a campaign three: believe 70 per cent of them are read a political message in a least six hours sleep a night, you to know that you have our whole-hearted

Dickinson for governor is a. the civic center at Palat- years In the planning."I now for Dickinson," he said. comic strip than in a political and spends at least two hours and vote in the coming election.
I' monument to the organization ka's Ravine Gardens and break- think the only way to wir I He picked Escambia County advertisement"Unity in the sun each Sunday.At support

,m. a fast with a group of the Dickinson -is organization, because organization .. as an example. He said the is his guiding principle, Brooksville Airport, Dick-

I' It is organized, big and flashy.It flock. backs up the candidate Dickinson team there includes Dickinson said. inson's "rolling campaign head- We ore looking forward to your continued lead
combines'the lastest Madison "Cut me off when it's time," when he is not in town," Dickinson Junie Wells who campaigned for "While so many are trying to quarters" was waiting. This is !

I Avenue theories with a political the candidate told his aides. "I said. "I'm almost a fanat,. Doyle Carlton Jr. four years divide us on reapportionment, a specially outfitted bus. It has I ership in our schools as our next Superintendentof

philosophy that has-by Dickln- would rather leave them with ic on organization, and we've: ago }.. M. Turner who workedfor north Florida vs. south Florida, loud-speaking system, tables for I Public Instruction.We .

I son's own estimate-been fermenting -questions unanswered than wear got it and the best. Sen. George Smathers, John and the racial question," he newsmen and workers, a cur-

: since he was only 9. them out. When we've sold the Dickinson strategists have divided .. Pace who has been in the Sen. said, "Dickinson is talking unity -tained-off room at the rear' and
thank for the leadership guidanceyou
And it; has an evangelistic product, we quit." the state into 11 districts. Spessard Holland and Gov. Farris one united Sunshine State." where the candidate can hold I you

fervor. The speech was typical Dick Each has a leader. There is alsc I Bryant camps, Raymond Dy-' He said he doesn't like to, conferences, a telephone. have provided us during our school years.

.On t'relent dismal.morning-; inson, delivered in an oratorical a campaign manager in each oJ f t son who labored for the late criticize the other candidates."I Pillows on the divan like I We sincerely hope that you will spend the next

extra'Bhir( in-hand, his wife at style he was practicing in Guadalcanal -the 67 counties, and a coordina.. Gov. Dan McCarty, and James have no fights with any oi seats in the conference section and providing for our
his;idetfie former state senator foxholes while a Marine tor. Each county has a lady'schairman i Larkin who was Dickinson's them," he said. "The only thingI have "Bud 'n Boots" crochetedon eighteen years directing

fro>r West Palm Beach 20 years ago. He employed oftena a young people'i campaign manager four years do is take care of Bud Dick them. greatest wealth, our children.

boarded a, DC3 at Orlando and' favorite speaking device. Aft chairman, a senior citizeruchairman ; back. inson when they jump on me When the bus stops, Dickinson

took off for Palatka. And before' er proclaiming a point, he would a rally chairman: "Behind this kind of organi- first." alights and begins shaking
he arrived, as though in bene-: add: and other specialists.A zation," he said, "we have tried The rigors of campaigning are. hands. The driver hooks up the With greatest admiration and respect.

diction, the sun was beaming "And if you agree with me, captain has been named foi. to design methods of getting no problem, Dickinson said. microphone. Dickinson speaks.
down. I let me hear from you at this each of Florida's 3,021 precincts,. to the people." He said he doesn't smoke or The gear is quickly stowed, and

r A motor caravan waited. It time." There are 151 headquarters i Other candidates have poked drink "so these things don't sap, the bus rolls on.

took Dickinson first to the Hud And the rafters rang with ap scattered over the state. fun at the "Florida Family my energy." He exercises each And the echo of Dickinson's Anne S. Ross Barbara Anderson

I son Pulpand Paper Corp. where plause. Dickinson sought experiencein Dickinson," a comic strip ap- morning-pushups, knee bends invariable closing remains: Mike & Suzanne Coullias Sherry Crawford

he greeted workers at the main The caravan paused for a recruiting his team. pearing in 30 daily newspapers, and breathing exercises. He "The man who is too big to Billy & Mary Knight Melba Moody

i gate. He would grab their speech from a bench in front of "I went to leaders of othe he said. But he added that the drinks a quart of orange juicea come here and ask you for your Jane Morris Darlene Yost

I hands, shake them, and tell the Hastings City Hall, then returned -campaigns men who workecfor I strip is used because his public day. help is too little to be your Charles & Mary

them: "Boys, help me roll this to the DC3. Bryant, McCarty, Carlton, relations advisers told him He eats one pound of rare governor." James & Margaret Newsome Eleanor Samuels

If f Jean Martin Bill & Celia Cobb

Clay & Sara Jane Davis Nebby Anderson

; Legislature Has Fred & Lorraine Sivia Nebron & Hazel Self

Fred Karl POLITICAL PROFILES Orion Davis, Jr. Jean Rica

Asa & Nancy Cox Pat Gager

Taken New Look Gink Howard Rodger & Jo Ann SeckingerJean

I! Young Bright and Amateurish I Cellon Darrow & Peggy Mixon

Birkett & Elaine Jordan Charla Criswell
Editors note: This is another combined with_ __ another un__n__ was..__ Ed___
I story from The Associated Press Fraser of Macclenny from the Shorty Stokesbury Margaret Youngblood
By CHARLES not a typical politician," "Every campaign I have vote in the small counties he
won
Tallahassee
capital bureau in 29th District of Baker and Clay Buddy Thomas Shirley Jones
I If Fred Karl do. "The is a type direct of campaign.appeal to began from a low position and said. "But the teachers are especially -on the primary campaigns, the counties. Under the reapportionment Jean McCoy Jack F. Thomas
governor's reached a crescendo influential in those offices and the men seeking Baker
plan
point just was put in
: see next My organization just before election, said Karl. counties. I think my vote in the them. Today's installment discusses the 16th District and Clay into Cotton & Connie Fletcher Gene Browning

I partly because of the word, and provides I I"I'm a great one for timing. I small counties will be surprising. the Florida Legislature.By the 15th. Buzzy McCoy Lex Strickland
to get to the people. ."
'I despite a really believe in the soft sell DOUGLAS STARR Ferrel Asbell Gene Ritch
acknowledged that his Fraser
last
r tion that is young, and just getting acquainted before TALLAHASSEE (AP) Every resigned year and' Hadsock
began Karl is a moderate on racial elected Joe & Dot Royce G. Wallace
i slowly. was secretary of the Sen-
amateurish,. I begin to move." two years in Florida half of I'
issues. He said he has the sup- ate. Richard Fletcher Bobby L. Crews
the seats in the State Senate and
erratic. of .
He said he will spend much of port many Negroes, "not the all of the seats in the House of Charles &: Mary Helen John S. Smith
In 1966, the term of Sen. S. D.I
militant leaders but the solid
Youth ,
And he knows It.I his ,
in
campaign money the final for McCallum
sensible leaders." representatives are up re- Clarke of Monticello from the David E. Vaughn
A victory of two weeks in an effort to -
persuade election.
I A short time earlier, Karl had 22nd District of Jefferson County Hope Woodbury Robert E. Allen Jr.
sentative from I If Fall an electorate who Karl This year, 22 Senate seats and expires. This district was
be believes taped a 30-minute television program repa- Lee Holder P M. Davis, Jr.
also is still
would
f largely unde- 112 House seats are on the bal portioned out of existence by iy
effort by the cided about whom to vote for. in which he answered lots. The Senate seats are those putting Jefferson County into the Carolyn Cellon Randall E. Hudson
united public Karl said his questions of a panel of five supporters from odd-numbered districts
Niagara campaigns appeal the 10th District.In Mike Green Lamar G. Taylor
And he knows I to those interested in good : A former chairman of -from one to 43. This is doneto the reapportioned House 13
the State Industrial Morgan Cobb Donald G. Powell
\ But Karl has government women, school Commission, permit continuity in the Senate
counties will lose
I i ability of his FALLS, Ont. (AP) !teachers, college professors, intellectuals -'a legislator, the mayor of a over the four-year terms. each. These one 13 representative countiesare Charles Hazen Robert L Jones

the school boy was pulled people interested in south Florida city, the presidentof House seats are for two-year Alachua, Bay, Gad s d .e n, Doyle Webb J. D. Hudson Jr.

victory. the Niagara River gorge I.the arts. the Florida Classroom Teachers terms. Jackson, Lake, Leon, Manatee, Herbert & Cotella Bevis Henry Schwall
after he Association, a hometown This is the first general election
There isn't rescue Marion, Monroe, Okaloosa, St.
"These people usually take a banker and colum- Mary Wells Leon Yielding
I' newspaper under the January 1963 leg
few blaring footing and fell and Johns, Sarasota and Seminole.In .
"
big part in my campaigns, he islative reapportionment plan Wayne & Emily Smith James & Marjorie Niblaclt
motorcades halfway down a sheer nist.Many the all
of the I said. of the elements of his which went into effect immedi- new Legislature, Barbara Hardy Sid Stokesbury
campaign. 200-foot-deep counties will have at least
"I don't have one
I a discipled organization included.
campaign were ately
There is a upon passage. Betty Bryan DeSha
representative. The 11 heavily George
organization."I'm like say, Haydon There was a jab at Bryant. The constitutional amendment
j .
ment, a rushing Lawrence 15 of Ni Burns, who has paid populated counties will have Barbara Mallard Betty Jean Neller
many em- Speaking of roads, Karl said: counterpart to this law will be

tions, a his Falls, Ont., was walking ployes. Most of my workers are "Someone told me the other day voted on during the Nov. 3 gen- multiple 11 representatives.These and their Ann Lichtenwalter Billy &.Emma Lou Weldon

among top of the gorge Sun- friends." that you could take almost any eral election. The outcome of the representation Sandi Goins ."f j Bill Jamerson
I this Karl moves Dade County 14 Du-
are: ,
"he just disappeared" Confusion and lack of disci-. road in Florida and end up in election will have no effect upon ;
mor and calm 'd companion, Ken Good., pline are "just inherent in our Ocala (Bryant's home town.)I.i the legislative apportionment of val 7; Hillsborough and Pinellas Paul McArthur
And when he 6 each Broward 5 Orange and
also of Niagara Falls. I type of organization," he said. Ocala is almost completely back :43 Senate seats and 112 House ; ;
(Pd Adv.)
tination, this Palm Beach 4 each; Polk and
from' Grinning broadly, he added, stopped." I seats under the January plan.'
man in hornrims trees kept the youth Escambia 3 each; and Volusia
"But it does make for some There was the emphasis on ed It will be taken into consideration -
ical message in another 100 feet into the i and Brevard 2 each.
voice reared treacherous whirlpool dark moments for me. Some- ucation. After mentioning the' however, by the federal
a times I wonder how we are value of a top-flight educational courts that review the plan.
school teacher
ever going to win with this set system in building an informed When the Legislature was re--
Michigan so extended a fire truck up." citizenry and providing a lure apportioned last year, 13 House

hint} ,of regional over the edge of the He said some of the confusionis to industry, Karl said: "Educa seats were taken from 13 middle Florida

The message and used the last rung as his own fault because he hasa tion comes closer than anythingelse -sized counties and given, along

Includes' a for a rope to lower tendency to step in when to offering a panacea to all with 12 new seats, to the more e
-lion, and'almost ; one at a time, into something goes wrong and take of Florida's problems." populous counties.In .
I jab at the the combinationof
over of the changing NewspapersCommend
management cam Later at the meeting with the
I Gov. Farris counties that form the var-
was lowered on the paign. executive committee of the Flor- .3
In Miami one ious Senate districts, the Legis-
about
Questioned his frequent ida State Teachers Associations
Lawrence was strapped
a day in which lature increased the number of
with the duty of basket and hauled out references to Bryant, Karl said: Gilbert L. Porter in- senators and districts, and abol-
schedule were at the top. The five "I'm not crusading against the troduced him to other associa- ished two existing seats.

even of his were pulled out the Bryant administration, but I am tion leaders in a motel room One senator whose district was
candidate way, one at a time. trying to do two things. I am prepared with "Karl for Gov
trying to show the voters thereis ernor" signs. f
in a car underwent KynesEXPERIENCED
paign with emergen-His room for improvement AndI Next day at the airport, three He Identified ,
meeting surgery. con am trying to show the connec members of the Karlettes-a
teachers' listed satisfactory.
Negro was as tions between Bryant and Bud group of young women from Gunman

Dickinson." Daytona Beach who wear red, ,

'I Spelling out his formula for white and blue dresses and appear LAWYER
ui Today In HistoryToday victory, Karl said: often with the candidate- But WeptNEW

"First of all, I am runningreal were receiving conflicting direc- EXPERIENCED IN STATE GOVERNMENT
is Monday May 4, the Rome. in I YORK (AP) Valen-
strong my own county. tions about where they should Sand o
125th day of 1964. There are 241 In 1945, Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower Secondly I have strong support how. tine Lopez wept as he told police THE TAMPA' TIMES*
he would ban no difficulty FT. LAUDERDALE NEWS I : I
days left in the year. announced the Nazis among the teachers in every And in that moment, Mrs. Hilda -
Today's highlight in history: had been defeated and had no county. And I have strong organizations Wheeler of Daytona Beach- identifying a man who in- "The Attorney General answers only to the "James Kynes has received a good start In

On this date in 1904, the choice left but to surrender. in the major coun- quite unknowingly put a .refreshing vaded his Bronx barbershop people who elect him to office and we sin- a difficult duty.We believe he possesses the

French owned Panama Canal Ten years ago-The U.N. Security ties and some organization in finger on the Karl cam- Saturday and took $30 at gun cerely believe that James Kynes is the kind potential to make an outstanding Attorney
Co. formally transferred its Council overrode Arab op all counties." paign. Said she: I point. of man who will respect the public trust General;one who will materially assist Florida "

property to the United States. position and voted to permit "People usually just write me "One must be flexible, fluid I Lopez identified the gunmanas given him by the people In this state." toward a better and brighter future.

On this date full debate on Israel JordanIn off and believe I won't get much and adjust." Jose Lopez, 30, his son.
1628 Peter Minuit arrived border troubles.In WEST PALM BEACH POST-TIMES, OCTAlA StA&B AN NER1
what is now New York City. Five ago-Sir WinstonIn
1814, Napoleon reached Winston years Churchill arrived in .' _, > "it is easy to predict victory for Kynes. It is "Kynes has demonstrated his cdmlnfstrathre
"F
hard to imagine a man better qualified for ability...is well grounded In the law and
Elba the island of his first Washington for a three-day visit
ile. with President Eisenhower. ONE/\UNITED SUNSHINE STATE the job of Attorney General-by education, Is respected end esteemed by those who
I by experience in Florida governmental affairs know him as a personal the highest moral
In 1886 seven were killed inChicago's One year ago-Algerian Pre- "
/1S by temperament. We suggest that by character and Integrity.
Haymarket Square mier Ahmed Ben Bella announced
BUD DICKINSON any yardstick of merit, .he deserves your
: riot Algeria hoped to join PENSACOLANEW&JOURNAL

In 1938, Hitler and Mussolini Egypt, Syria and Iraq in the V support. "Kynes always had a way of getting the
:exchanged a pledge of "eternal proposed new United Arab Refrlendship" than the
MIAMI HERALD fob done lust a Itttlt bit better
at a meeting in public. :
Will Work For FairReapportionment "Kynes is a top caliber tn rddua'!.We rate next fellow."

: RE-ELECT Kynes qualified." ORLANDO SENTINEL

and Equitable "KyneV outstanding sense of fair ploy Is
Edgar Leo Johnson I ST PETERSBURG TIMES: one of the most Important attributes his new,

Y "In the months he has held office, Mr. office calls for."

ALACHUA COUNTY COMMISSION Taxation Kynes has performed well. He is intelligent,
DISTRICT 3 personable knows the law." ViPf WEST CITIZEN
Alachua Cvmy l* Mv*-GalMSVttlt Resident James W.
g of FAMILY: : "This newspaper warmly supports
WIFE: Farmer MADGE PHINNEY of Will.slon Kynes for election to the office of Attorney
DAUGHTERS MET"ODIST-LAWY: Janet ()9'BUSINESSMAN-II) &Carol (age I) General which he now holds, and which he
V V' -
"Every now and then a man shows "
DEMOCRAT young seems likely to fill with distinction.
<** early in his career the qualities which make
Executive Secreta" FU. Waterways Asm.
Capable & Dedicated to Good Government I for outstanding public service, and proves
FRED BUD A that he merits continued confidence in 0 II
EXPERIENCED IN GETTING THINGS DONE! 7
higher positions. Such a man Is James W.
THE RECORDNew
Alaehu General Hospital Long-range roads const plan a- Kynes, Florida's Attorney General.

Subdivision regulations Sidewalks to public schools i DiCKinson
t Planning & Zoning ProgramRecreation New County Courthouse FORT MYERS NEWSPRESSKynes
Full-time Civil Defense Prog.
Development Full-time Veterans Service Off. is devoted to the merit system to
Water Resources Planning More efficient county govt. I CANDIDATE for GOVERNOR protect career employees and he stands on
Regional Library & Bookmobile Stable leadership Cr Coopera- I his own two feet. Kynes deserves to be con
Long.range mosquito cont. plan tion in government at all levels "
tinued in office.
FOR THE FUTURE Campaign Headquarters .
Stable & Conservative Tax Base The Paynes Prairie Project : x' i
534 N MAIN ST. PANAMA CITY HERALDi
Zoning Reads Recreation Fish &Wildlife Management r

County Agricultural Center Natural Resources Conservation FR 2.1189 "Kynes Is well qualified for his position as PaM politic! adve'tioraoat ftU for ky MM KyM i
New Continued
Industry Development Progress
i
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G&nesvileSun! Monday May 4, 1964 -
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Methodists Science Symposium I FulBrigEt .' .
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I View I !-i -rA

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p-- --- .. '', Cyprus

:/ [Civil Obedience .' F'!>_aPE9 t.a;r :\

'; Peace Role

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PITTSBURGHContro) I over the weekend by: the Rev. t; S WASHINGTON (AP) President

I versy over the race question; Harold A. Bosley, pastor of Johnson is sending chairman -

continued on.' and off the floor] Christ Church, Methodist, New J. W. Fulbright of the Senate

I today at the 1964 General Con-I York. Foreign Relations Committe _
ference I to Greece and to I
of the Methodist Church.' Part of the report said: Turkey
I i! demonstrate this government's I II
;In the forefront was a report I "Christians have long recognized -
with the situa-
concern Cyprus
I x:bJch endorses 'civil disobedience -,i that after exhausting ev- I tion.

within "most carefully circumstanced ,ely[ reasonable legal means for i

limits." be report,!redress of grievances, the individual Fulbright long had planned a

I "Christian Social Concerns" is is faced with the moral! trip to Europe, but Athens and

I scheduled for debate tonight. and legal dilemma of whether Ankara were not added to his

'(!or not his peculiar circum- itinerary until he called Sunday -

Integrationist forces moved stances require obedience to Th S at the White House for a

to the floor a plan which calls]I God rather than men." S discussion with Johnson.

for Integration within the church:I The report contended that individuals -I I 1

on a voluntary and gradual basis. ( must make such Afterward the White House I _

Integrationists want the plan i ment in certain instances jUdg-1 jE announced that the Presidenthad ir :

strengthened. current struggle for racial jus, tijS asked Fulbright to "ex I :i'

The' "Christian Social Con: tice. : press to the Greek and.Turkish

cerns" report was presented I It continued: I S governments the continuing in-

r "In rare instances where le-. w terest and concern of both the 1
'Ii 4r President and Congress with the .
gal recourse is unavailable for
Rains Hike redress of grievances from law I S disturbing situation on Cyprus. ;

*.. which are clearly unjust or im-. ; SS The announcement said that _
moral the individual is justified S'" > the Arkansas Democrat will not
i Weekend -J !?iR' ; Fi
in obeying God's authority I The first annual Junior-Science and Humanities Symposium opened at theUniversity carry any suggestion regardingthe
'. rather than man's. Even then, with 200 of the ultimate settlement of the
of Florida last! night Mate's high school studentsand
Jloarl Toll 1 1I !meticulous care must be taken instructors in attendance. The three-day meet is sponsored by the U.S. Cyprus question because this I

to prevent proliferation of civil Army Research Office to give students a close look at modern science before ,"must await the proposals of Ii NEW ASSOCIATES

I 1& THE ASSOCIATED PRESS':obedience beyond most carefully career decisions are made. Di-cui'g program schedule above (from left) are the U.N. mediator." i

I Bain slick highways and flood- circumstanced limits." Dr. Harry Sisler, head of the UF Dept. of Chemistry, who delivered the openingtalk Rather the White House said i

I e3 creeks added to a weekend j During debate Saturday the ; Lee Chotas, P. Ii:. Yonge junior; Don Altieri, P.K.: Yonge Science instructor Fulbright "will convey the sense FAMILY GROWTH

death toll which claimed at,Rev. G. Ross Freeman of Atlanta and Mac Davis of Newberry- High-- School.ISEEby of urgency felt in the United ,

least nine Jives in Florida. Ga., moved for removalof d States regarding the need for
i the paragraph referring to; !the restoration of order on the FINANCING PLAN :
:Two men drowned 25 miles 'Ii .
southeast of Jacksonville while,I obedience to God's authority} \island, and will report to the
,rather than man's. I President his impressions as to .:1\
alfempting to evacuate flooded
a -:
home. Dead were Joe Thompson !I "It would be tragic for the;, Turkish governments." provides money for3 offfeormost _

I Sr., 63 and a 23-year-old I news to go from this place that; i I I The Cyprus problem Is in the important expenditures of young .
the Methodist Church endorses! ,hands of the United Nations.
neighbor, John McCull.A 1! American families
civil disobedience and therefore i iI
!
19-year-old Homestead Air: I S

t Force Base man, Leslie E. Mc-[ anarchy," the Rev. Mr. .the SUN I ; Automated i Medical home furnishings home improvements -

Clure, was killed while lying on'i Freeman said. now you can meet aD your. family needs

I a south Dade County 'roadway j I Debate on the report followed _j Gas Station 'I -all at once-with the Associates Family
-
Police said him, all-night vigil by Methodistsfrom Growth Financing Plan. WeH combine aQ
a
car ran over an ALACHUA GE."ERALApril Bessie Acosta Silistine Suggs NW 41st Ave., 350. | yoor
while he slept. I many parts of the countrywho S. T. Czapiga install awning en business I CALVERT CITY, Ky. (AP-) costs into one convenient monthly jmjni iifr r '.
'
30, 1964BIRTHS and daughter, Brenda Lonoux 2117 NW 6th St., S3CO.
A tire blew out on a motorcycle -] came to Pittsburgh to protest and Patricia Ann Haviland George Loomis, install foundation for I One of the few fully automatedgas eliminate multiple interest charges.

near Oldsmar, flipping two I[t what they said was a weak ,and son daughter, James Richardson garage.James 1003 E. NE Irvin 15th Sr.Place. addition$200.to dwellIng I, stations in the world operates ,1 The Associates let you grow andtxnSijcrar

passengers. John Britt of Clearwater .[effort by the conference to end Mr. and Mrs. Richard Till- Margie Parker Henritta $1,500., 720 SE 9th St.. addition to dwelling ;, seven days a week in this f future now; you pay comidrtabbc, whfc jooe

was killed and Asa Eapy,(segregation in the church. man, Hawthorne, Fla., a girl. !Holmes, Patricia Miller, Wendy F. H.. Slade repair dwelling 1201 NE I I5tl'l industrial center.It income grows.
St. $210. .
There 600 Associates oftiawcoasf.tD.
are over :
also of Clearwater seriously i I
was -, After the vigil, in two down- ADMITTED: Tatti.i C. W. Wright. addition to dwelling. 915 furnishes propane gas at
injured. i Itown churches and a kneelinat Sharon Witt !i NE 12th Ave, $210. ,wholesale coast.OneisnearycI.&opiD4axEi1xIy.A .
Annette George I Carl Brice remodel business 4562 NW prices to many of the
G. Frank Morris, 83, of Sarasota -': the city's modernistic Civic!I Thomas Heals Kerry Barge]!i I ACCIDENT ROUNDUP 13th Charles St. remodel M.. Sanders business, addition$748. to dwell- I I chemical plants. I

I was killed in a car acci-,Arena. where the conference is,Kincaid, Patricia L. Marshall, !| Involved in accidents reported ing. 2910 NE 13th Drive, addition to Each tractor-trailer driver,

dent on State Road 45, just south 'in session. some delegateSj(Robert Warren Leach Kenneth to the Gainesville Police De. dwelling Walter Stubbs$1,400.: residence 3737 N.V 20th I I carries a small, perforated card ASSOCIAIbSFINANCE .

I' of Sarasota. Myrtle Murray 39,i,vowed to try and force a new Oliver Hilliard. Timothy Allen partment and Alachua County i I II Place Butler J10.0CO.Brothers residence, 3826 NW':which is used to trigger the \ INC.

of Pompano died in an accident I vote on a plan to merge the,Pope, Kent David Taylor, Lester''I'Sheriff's I office over the weekend 13th Place ss.ooo.County pump and to make the charges

two miles north of Margate. j I II church's Negro jurisdiction with 'William Hicks Judith S.Ia.:: were: I E. O. Clemens dwelling, 1410 SE 28th on the bill.
Four-year-old Monroe Buie of: :son, Deborah D. Brown all ofGainesville : Iva Jean Cason Rt. 3 andA. St.. $4,000.C. .
I ; its white conferences. I' ; C. Lowery dwelling 326 SE 72nd In 15 minutes the driver can 1321 N. Main Street, GAINESVILLE.. 372-2551
II Tampa was struck and killed by The demonstrators had been I ; Myrtle M. Clifton, Rufus Wayne Haire at 1059'St., $7,600. 1 have his tank loaded '

i a car at an intersection near his I protesting the plan, saying it I Cross City: Ricky Buster Hunt ;'E. Univ. Ave. at 6:55: p.m. Sat. Place F. D.S24 Oliver.000. dwelling 3540 NW 33rd of with 9,000gallons
A. W. Fletcher, I propane.
home. Alachua; Adis Louise Johnson!iurday. dwelling. In section
I failed to provide speedy action. eight, township 10, range If, 22500.
Cody Johnson 51, of Tampa Branford; Hazel Juanita Till-!1 I Elizabeth C. Evans, 304 SW R. S. Thompson build utility room. In

was killed by a car on U.S. 41' ]man. Hawthorne; Cheryl Lynn: 12th St., and Simon Peter Paige section Ralph 32.Hayes township build nine.a duplex range 21.in$400.Gary''

I, north of Ruskin. Jimmy L. Ter-; Seek Facts Barber, High Springs. :117 SW First Ave., at SW Third Grant. $9,000. 4
O. E. Ssylor add bedroom and bath
rr 42, of Gainesville died in a! DISMISSED: I[Ave. and Third St. at 6:22: p.m.,to dwelling 4622 SW 47th Way S2.SOO. RALPH TURLINGTON:
I Tommy Ridgell dwelling 3237 NW
28th
:
o e-car accident near his home. Mary Grace Dunn Louise,'Saturday. Ave., $20,000.
,
a i III Escalator :Selph and son, Barbara Ann j;! Laurie Philpot Gainesville, $14COO.H Inc dwelling 3311 NW 28th Place .i

j I KentuckvColonel Colson, Patricia' Laird and;:j,:Charles W. Fristoe Sr., 3848 SW H Inc., dwelling. 3301 NW 28th Place

\ <* daughter. Mary Ruth Sanders,1 Fourth Place, and Joseph E. $14,500. !

: Okay I TragedyBALTIMORE Ethel Smith, C. Howard Gil Henry, 102 NW 15th St., at W. Kindergarten

f' ford, Roy Cellon, John L. Saunders -,1 Univ. Ave. and 30th St. at 3:55 BEST QUALIFIED
Olivia London John W. Jam Solved
,
:LOUISVILLE (AP if it ,, CAPEight') p.m. Saturday.
hadn't been for his Kentucky girls and three boys, most of Martin Agnes Lowry, baby' Henry B. Standridge Rt. 2,

Colonel commission, Edmond R. "them recuperating from sur- boy Gusman Barbara Carter'I about three and one.half miles RAVENNA, Ohio CAP) This .

Schlesinger might still be ,ery, remained hospitalized to and daughter, Mildred Young- west of Gainesville on S.R. 24 at Portage County seat of 11,000:

stranded inCanada.SchlesInger day while the mayor awaited a strom and daughter, Mary Lou 6 p.m. Saturday. I took out some cheap and effective -: S Proven Service -;:.

a native of Austria report on Saturday's traffic jamon Rain, William Fills Mat tie Jimmy McConico, Titusville, i insurance against overcrowded j. ,, S

was vacationing near Can an escalator at Memorial Fender, Pamela Quick Patri- and Quin Ervin, Alachua, one- schools three years -4'L -.
Record
ada when he decided to cross Stadium. cia Wynn Virginia Silver Her- tenth mile West of Alachua on ago. Instead of tearing down I _? .;
Ethel B. Dan- .
the border. On the return trip Thirty five other childrenwere man Richardson S.R. 25 at 6:10: p.m. yesterday. old Walnut School, it kept the -- .,----- --
iels Ronald A. Bennett
the border guard requested hurt and one killed in the, KerryB. NEW SUITS BEGUN vacant six-room building. as a : .
Kincaid, Ricky B. Hunt
Schlesinger's citizenship accident before an American I SINCE APRIL 17 j :
papers. spare.
I j j
I Thomas H. Godwin Patricia Proven
B. Modern Homes Finance Co. v. Eugeneand
He had forgotten them but !League baseball game between)Gulman Charncie R. Osteen. Bertha Homes mortgage foreclosure.In Next fall the old building will

I pulled out his driver's license, I the Baltimore Orioles i and :May: 1 Appointment Re. Johnson of Trustee Security Co. Inc.. for make education history in Ohio -

I insurance papers and various Cleveland Indians. The Williamson Savings Bank v. La- by becoming an all-kindergar-, -
BIRTHSMr. mar A. and Arlene H. Whiting, mort. Qualifications ..-
membership cards. | At least seven of the children and Mrs. Wm. A. Barker gage forecosure.Metropolitan! garten ever crowding problem : :
Life Insurance Co. v. Lennon -
'None satisfied the guard until 'were expected to remain in hos- High Springs. a girl; Mr. and L. Gore, Ronald E. and Jean E. ten schoolhouse. Nearly 300 i
Schlesinger displayed his identi- pitals for at least a week. All Haynes, mortgage foreclosure. youngsters will be enrolled for 5- S
,Mrs. Kent Doke Alachua a boy. Emily L. Parker v. J. B. Parker. i
fication as a Kentucky colonel. 11 were reported in satisfactory ADMITTED I Alachua Co. v. Davis Curtis, condem- half-day classes, and a kinder; Proven Legislative

TOb," the guard sighed, "Nowtit's condition. i Andrew J. Reynalds, Fred notion.Melvin Trager v. Robert M. Jolly Individually garten over-crowding problemat ;

okay. You may proceed." The crowd at Sunday's game Rogers, Lucille Tyson, Mary rent.: and J-b-a Jolly's Toyland, five other elementary schools i _

between the same two teams Arthur G. Brown v. P. G. Mandet In- will be solved until build-,
Louise Weat Velma Fern Decker dividually and dbMelody Radio TV new Experience ..
I Pie 'Typical'I was asked to stand for "A moment -I Yurlee Montgomery, Clara,Sales blue and Dewitt Service.Law Damages.v. Keystone Eggs. ings are available in the follow: ..
of saddened reverence"for S
Monia Wales, Rebecca Sue j Inc., Damages. ing year. RALPH TURLINGTON S :
: ulericailI. Annette Costantini, the 14- 1 S Charles Beseler Co.. Inc. v. Hooper.AAozMt -
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I Gray, all of Gainesville; Bar- Corp.- debt I
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ear-old girl found dead near;bara Mack Alachua first; Savings and Loan Alin. of Jersey He *
Doke ; Stumped :
City, N.J.. v. Elijah McKmgfit foreClosure Ralph Turlington Will Continue to Support:
YORK (AP) Sen. the top of the moving stairway. James Walter Williams, Cross I I

t Kenneth B. Keating, R-N.Y.: I She was among nearly 29.000'' City; Dorothy L. Boughman VcNeil.Modern reformation Homes Construction of ded. M. B. ;I';, The DruggistLOUISVILLE I; O Quality Schools fir Universities Economy in Government
gyes this description of the members of the school safety Cedar Key: Leatha Louise S C. L. Brice v. Ooyie R. Morgan and '
He: his wife and Atlas Sub AP
en Morgan ( ) Warren
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typical American ,patrols from throughout Maryland -;Blackshier, Cedar Key; Florence sidiarles of Fla. Inc.. mcrev oed. State Institutions Constitutional Revision .
Smith
left the doctor's
DIVORCES STARTED [ office
:.typical American is one who were free guests oft$ B. Taft Williston.
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Annie Kate Williarrs v. Flim WilliaMs.
Sunland
without Training Centers Alcoholic Investigation
who comes home from an Italia the Orioles.A DISMISSED I Wilma. Jean Sleptoe v. Manning L. Slptee. looking at the prescription Beverage

i n movie in his German car, secured metal barrier at Patricia Marshall, Martha I Jane Davis Riley v. Donald C lal r he'd been given. ; Quality Mental Health Program The Interest of Agriculture

has Brazilian coffee out of an'the top of the escalator chan Ann Rush, Marie May, FayeM. Riley.Joyce Van Winkle v. William Ernest An hour later he handed the

}English mug sits down in his neled riders off the moving Bruns, baby girl Mkon, Dorothy -' Van Susan Winkle Parks Jr. Jordan v. John Newton prescription to pharmacist J. D.. .. Fair Tax Structure Highway Safety

Danish chair and picks up a stairs into a 28-inch wide exit. Cooper, Rita Susan Elwood Jordan. Koontz who glanced at the paper -

Japanese ball point pen to write Witnesses said the children and son, Melba Tillis and son, man.Delbert H. Eastman v. Jams M. East and smiled. I WINNER OF MANY LEGISLATIVE HONORS

tc(his congressman to support were going up, three and four Ira Bell Fisher, Alline Hunter, Franklin Gwen Roberts Kifgore. KHgoro v. Charles 'The prescription. recommend Voted by legislative colleagues f f Voted by legislative colleague member
'Buy American' legislation." abreast Robert G. Crosby Aullie Blitch, John J. Brasmgton Sr. V. Ethel M. ed that Smith "Take one trip i 195'3 of second most effective .mtm"f19*O* Ialien. of most effective three maa,till"....
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Brasmgton. to Florida. Vacation ": (ALLEN MORRIS AWARD) Voted by
at leisure.
Benito Joyce Pawlinger Zwnmrm ; capital teglstetttv eorrespofideats ei.
I v. Ronald Zimmerman. Smith carried out his doctor's: Florida Press as one ten meet velvabto.
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Cheryl Terry Wood v. George Larry members of Moose of Representative
Wood. orders the next day. m f\ Veterf by capital legislative eerrespoftdI -
: ONE/\UNITED SUNSHINE STATE Fred Bryant v. Baby Helen Bryant. I II II I W 5 7 tots .* til* Florida Legislative Press a,
I Donna Dolores Cannon v. Richard Willis on. of ten most valuable members oJ Voted by legislative colleagves member
Cannon. I the House of Representatives., 1963 of most effective three man daletl'.....
Alphonso James v. Princess Lee James. (ALLEN MORRIS AWARD). Voted by
> Imogene T. Bennett v. Curtis G. Benbett. I"
< capital legislative press correspondents
JOINtHE S
.... of ten ml
I ) BUD DICKINSON H. Hen- of Florid Pr** s
M.
Agnes Henderson v. John
Voted ey Legislative colleagues member valuable members of the Hcvsc of Rep:
derson. I 1959 of second most effective three man resentatives. (Received largest number
O. C. Perry v. Wilma Perry.
Iva Cell Hotnres v. Richard T. Holmes. I l.gisiat.vs delogat4n. of vote of any ReprU4ntativSl.Voted .
Will Provide HOME TEAMrc
Florida Alexander Bradey: v. Alterta

.. BUILDING PERMITS by capital legislative correspondents Voted by Editors of the daily itewspeper*
April 24 May 1 BradJeY.1 of Florida Press as en. of ten .f Florida as Runner-up for St. Petersburg .
: WITH BETTER City most valua l. members .f House ofRepresentatives. Times award for most valuabLe
EDUCATION .
A. P. Salt, addition to dlf< Member of House of Representative* for
ME 18th Place $250. | service ef Florida.
Carrie Blunt Holmes remodel dwell-!
: tAfl. 1534 NE 3rd Ave.. SUO. i
FOR THE SPACE Joseph W. Hannon. addition to dwelling
: 1330 SE 3rd Ave.. SUO. I :
J. A. Humphries install air-condition-1 RALPH TURLINGTON'S RECORD IS ONE
Ing. 3459 NW 12th Ave.. $855. j
Joseph W. Henncn addition to dwelling *
AGE 1334 SE 3rd Ave. $250. OF PROVEN EFFECTIVE UNSELFISH
i Ri'ey! Butch Install ar-condition1ng ,
: SJ 410 NW 19th St.. 11,451. ,
Mrs. D. A. Davies. Install air-conditiorv SERVICE TO CITIZENS OF ALACHUA
: ing. 221* NW 4th Place. S1.408.
Percy Beard. Install air-conditionwg.
822 NW 22nd St. $1.142. COUNTY AND FLORIDAMy
: J. M Hammett Install air-conditioning
1009 NW 40tn Drive. S946.
Dr. J. D. Ainstie. Install air-conditlon- Bern your CMRtiy sad year cseamunit3- has false and innuendos inferringthe
BUD opponent published statements
S :t tng. 1409 NW 34th Way. 2150.
Littlewood Elementary School. Install public officials and citizens are controlled and manipulated by
: air W.
I D1CK1flOflS i tng James 3334 G.NW Richardson:34th St.. $1.331., build an accessory trally based on outright falsehoods! He refuses to be cross-examined

i'' Lucille building Hunt 220 Estate.NW fth repair Place.dwelling.$1,000.1! I because he knows he has no proof or truth.

fOIl NW 2nd St.. $300. i
Central Liquors remodel business. 103i
C.. B. 1st Bn. 187th Armor j 4
: 55 1st St. S CCO. ] t.R5t adYt
CANDIDATE for GOVERNORS C.. M. end H. Liquors Inc.. re-remodel f IS i
i : ___ business. 114 S. Mm St. s50. '. i FR 6-6601 S
-x R. *'.. Bsrrv.tditMW ta dwelling. 320' - .-
S S NW 25th St.. 1600. .
Campaign Headquarter S. Uillicm V wh.ll, dwelling 2021 N.V
: 534 N. 23'd Ter, J3SJX3.:
MAIN
ST. S P. M. Boothby raze business. to2- 1

: ri2.1l .5 N'*Joseph 4th Sf W.. MOO Hannon_ repair dwelling, Frc d GOVERNOR

: Pd. ;. ; ; 1314 SE 3rd Ave.. $200. FOR
-..-.--.... ----- SE3rdAve.$200.DoisaI4 Joseph Hannci. repair dwelling 1318 I kIRit ;

R. Cr$'. remodel dwelling, 1101 '
NE J3-h Ave.. $100. 1
Butord Allen. addition to dwelling 1100


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1 (Note: This Is another. deals with Florida's representatives rcsentatives in Congress in addition This district comprises Bay, E Nassau, Putnam- St. Johns and Now What Could Surprise Her More

;I story from the Associated I in Congress.) to its two senators. cambia,. Gulf, Holmes, Oka. Union counties. .
Press capital> bureau hi Tallahassee .By DOUGLAS STARR The 1960 census showed Flor,loosa Santa Rosa Walton and Ninth District-Democrat Don
I on ,the'various primary TALLAHASSEE (AP) -FlorIda Ida's population stood at more Washington counties. Fuqua of Altha, unopposed. This
campaigns; the' offices and the o one of the fastest growing
than 4.9 million people, nearly Second District Democra t district comprises Calhoun,
men,seeking them. This. story states in the nation, has 12
rep- : Gadsden
Franklin Hamilton
double the population in the 1950 Charles E. Bennett of Jacksonville ,
I ... census. As a result, Florida's opposed by William T. Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette '
: --r went from eight to 12. Stockton Jr. of Jacksonville, a Leon, Liberty, Madison, Suwannee -

ETTERSA1ARIES Under national law, each state Republican. This district comprises -: ties., Taylor and Wakulla coun- i Q
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,HARRY EVANS Will Work sends two senators to Washington Duval County only. 10th 'District-Democrat Sam

For Better Salaries For All for six-year terms. These 'Third District Democrat Gibbons of Tampa, opposed by
I School Personnel. senators are elected from Claude Pepper of Coral Gables, Robert L. McDonald of Tampa, Q. k
9< Vote For I throughout the state on staggered opposed by Woody Hampton of a' Democrat. This district com-
terms to assure continuity North Miami, a Democrat, and
I in the Paul J. O'Neill of Re- prises Hillsborough County only
Congress. Miami
a
: HARRY EVANS 11th
". This district District-Republican Ed- ..
UJS. representatives are distributed publican. comprises ward Gurney of Winter Park, M _Hi '
s Superintendent of Schools among the states on the Dade County only. opposed by Democrats JamesE.
Pd. Ad/. basis of population. They serve Fourth District Democrat King of Cocoa and Thomas
two-year terms, being elected ;Dante Fascell of Miami opposed S. Kenney of Cocoa Beach. This k
I A.. from congressional districts that by Republicans Jay Mellon district comprises Brevard, Indian i )
: include from one to 13 counties of Miami and Walter J River, Orange, and St. .
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each. Rucki of Coconut Grove. This Lucie counties.

This year, the senate seat held district comprises Dade and 12th District-Republican: William x. .
fIIIIEYJust by Spessard Holland of Bartow Monroe counties. Cramer of St.Petersburg, 4st '

a Democrat, is up for election. Fifth District-Democrat Syd opposed by F.. Marion Hariel-
Holland, a veteran of 18 yearsin Herlong Jr. of Leesburg, unop- son of St. Petersburg, a.Demo-
tell us how much the Senate is seeking his posed. This district comprises crat. This district comprises Pi- toj:1\
you heed to pay old roe M nidtr You Mnrt fourth term. Citrus, Hernando, Lake Marion, nellas County only. 4
r ,bills, for home 1mRKln hymen!! Rec.id PaYlIMntsI _
I provements car r't$185.00!' 11.00 He has two opponents, one a Osceola, Pasco, Seminole,'Sum- ij '4kA __
S428.oo
I pairs for all I your $25.00 Democrat and the other a Re- ter and Volusia counties. 3 ____
I seasonal expenses. 26900 6.00 537.00 31.00 mzal'HR
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publican.The
338.00 Sixth District-Democrat Paul zwt
Phone for prompt, 20.00 600.00 34.39 / '
courteous service. riJlDtAta incIudl iatuest gad princiyaL Democrat is Brailey Od- Rogers of West Palm Beach, op- .A:: ':.\ ; 3 a
(1 ham of Orlando, a hard-running posed by John D. Steele of Hal- ARE 200,000 OVE.R- (
LOANS UP TO $600 UJEI6HT' C00ME.U I 1(0 7146eootrrR.1
t candidate who made the second landale, a Republican. This district _
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,! primary in the 1952 governor'srace comprises Broward, Collier RoutvD, FJ 6 RES. I ;
Il mJfiNANCE but lost to Dan McCarty.The Glades, Hendry, Lee, Mar-
Republican is Claude R. tin and Palm Beach counties. $ ..pi
r Kirk Jr. of Jacksonville who has Seventh District Democrat
SERVICE, INC. no opponent in the Republican ,James Haley of Sarasota, unop-
y of Gainesville primary.> posed. This district comprises
I 204 S. E. Florida's other U.S. senator, I Charlotte, Des o t o, Hardee, "
First
Street..............FR 64661It's
George Smathers of Miami, has Highlands, Manatee, Okeecho- -
five years left In his term. bee> Polk and Sarasota counties. L1 -

Here is the list of congres- Eighth District-Democrat D -- ----

I l HIGH Time! sional districts, the representatives :R. (Billy) Matthews of Gainesville -

seeking re election, and unopposed. This district .than a Personal, Colorful
J their opponents: comprises Alachua, Baker
First District-Democrat Bob Bradford, Clay Columbia,
I For Sikes of Crestview, unopposed.STABIE&. Dixie, Flagler, Gilchrist, Levy, NEXT SUNDAYIS EXTENSION PHONEPamper

MOTHER'S DAYThe
Good :Mom with the year-round time and step-saver-an extension phone.
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DIGNIFIEDYour best gift you can give Choice of colors and styles, to suit the spot she'd like it most-bedroom,
your mother is: Drive Safely
: GovernmentVOTE with a SAFE CAR. Come in kitchen, Florida room, patio. To order, call your Telephone Company Busi .-.:

I Keep Tax Assessors' today for i Safety Check. ness Office or ask any telephone serviceman. nL ..
officE! operating in a stable
I and *dignified manner. SAVE HEREon Southern( m Bell .
Rebuilt Generators,
Keep J. PIERCE Starters Fuel Pumps. -0-.4 tt,FJiM ...,
Water Pumps Clutch Discs, '
p ajdi and Pressure PlatesPWMuI Exercise ..

i I ark FOR SMITHPd. right as a your citizen... \\t be sure to register and vote this year .,,'

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I I ROBERT KINGHIGH -

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e Surf ( Your Stopping Power .ft
ELECTDASHWOOD JTHONf 372-1497 Newspaper advertising brings the merchants' "showcase" into your home.
i 1314 S- Main St. Gainesville. Fla.

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COUNTY COMMISSIOI ,SAD ..
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for Governor Your Commission 3Of SCHOOSUPERINTENMHT/; DONT WORRY FOLKS ,

I MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT! .> Make Your Government ( 1 ] KNOW t.IHAT'SANNEXATION

PROGRESSIVE Instead I A Habit
Pd. Adv Alachua County Citizens Committee Campaign Fund '
(Pd. Adv.) BEST FOR YOU
for Robert King High Oscar Servin Treas. _'
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1\\1'S"C\\ 1io1t111ot 61'1 a Ate Second only to the Governor on major Boards and Commissions.
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; 1" Op4a pent \Sutto'u ynnte The Attorney General!sits on 24 State Boards and Commissions renders legal advice ELECT .

ta\t\ Q\\\S\ ands'rtant Yet't\Ul\e. to more than 120 agencies Beards and Commissions,each el which: influences the

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199a\\\\t\l Ina\5 a\ lye h o ass qe ad(a; stains1 a S d 4>as lP1t&:;i:a,\U"w.' Elect EARL FAIRCLOTH as ATTORNEY GENERAL ; .;! ; I RICHARD J. ,


:.tt :::'ewe a::;"S\a\lI .. .!It" ...A man of sound experience, integrity, ability,
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needs I NOT Illaan.
.. Ift \;;ddoe-Ne..ce taE\, a practicing lawyer, a practicing po ;: :
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I Honor Society,and Had ef Fame.
A fifth generation Ftoridiaa.
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Given the Allen Morris Award as the .
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, Future Farmers of America. outstanding first term member of the ,
Florida House of Representatives.
I e Graduate of the University of ftoadjudU.
r t 'to f.Law$chW. .Practicing for 14 years. STATE REPRESENTATIVE
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All of State's Bills Plus ,-
! Comptroller PaysEditors HAYDONBURNS ---


( Note: This Is another cusses the comptroller of Florida ployes and to pay an of the program. I for State Institu- ;
.) state's bills is the comptroller.But This, too, is an I !, Executive Board of the
story by The Associated Press issuing checks to pay sal- Florida, having been ] of Public Safety,
captial bureau in Tallahassee on By DOUGLAS STARR aries and bills is not all the the Constitution of the Internal im- -
the comptroller must do. became a state in ] Fund, Board of Ad- .
primary the of-
campaigns
TALLAHASSEE (AP) In Under the Constitution, he is the past 119 years, I Direct Tax Com-
fices and the men seeking Florida, the man who issues the required to supervise banks, had 24 comptrollers.Over I Board of Drainage ... ..'
them Today's installment dis paychecks for the state's em- building and loan companies, the decades t Housing Board, .. : : ;
T credit unions and small loan more duties have ] Board, Pension .Board, FOR -- ...:..-,
companies, he'is in charge of the comptroller's Purchasing Board, .e-
RURAL & URBAN HARMONY! ---
the state and county retirement day, he is a : of canvassers, Board of .
systems; he makes a record of I boards and : of Form of Bond of
REVIEW COMPARE ELECT all money taken in and paid ning the : Companies, Board for
out; and he certifies the amountof are: Values of Investment Se-' GOVERNOR
BUSINESSMAN, FARMER, ATTORNEY money due each county under The budget com I of Trust Comp antes, i.jf i.-
i the state's minimum foundation Board of : Assessment Board, Se-
Commission, Purchasing _
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... JIM WERSHOW Churchgoers in Clash Commission, Personnel and Board OUt-, ;': '.. ", ( :

Recreation .
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COUNTY
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(Pd. Adv.) With Communists in Florida's Ray Green current, a pharmacist comptroller for > i.{,,;cf i: : : ; '-

VIENNA, Austria (AP-The sky Cathedral in years public in Clearwater office 23 before years 1 1:;: ___ ..', .

ELECTDASHWOOD j Soviet bloc's second riot in thee blocked by youths I G:., .. .. ..
eist Police In 1935, Green elected rn <; '
slogans. was h. b .S ,
HICKS I ri days broke out in Sofia as Com- I \ c .. .
I cathedral doors to of Clearwater and ser
munist youths blocked the pathof .&\;: 1
dents, and the until 1938 when he received ? a 4
COUNTY COMMISSIONER ,,8fIl i Bulgarian Orthodox church- Patriarch Cyril, as clerk of Pinel-- ---
The County Pays For Good Legal i goers en route to Easter Mass. er of the County Court. He held that Itt: :
Youth
Advice we need proven business group demonstrations Church, was to until 1949, leaving to ac
during Prague's May Day cele- +t ';:"''''
sense. the Resurrection appointment as assistant g$
PUT DASHWOOD ON THE TEAM bration Friday turned into bat- of the Orthodox comptroller. :: i'f \ :
FOR PROGRESSIVE GOVERNMENT. tles with Czechoslovak police After Comptroller C. M. Gay
and resulted in 31 announced ar- tion.An in 1955, Gov. LeRoy
Pd. Adv.DBRAKESI. rests. appointed Green to re __
patriarch was ill him. the elec- + a
Green
won M'P
The official Czech news agen- Nikolai, rector of 1 -
in 1956 and 1960.
cy, CTK, confirmed the disturb- of Theology had .
During the 1959 Legislature, +a
ances in Prague but Bulgarian .
triarch's place.In
lawmakers voted Green the
I government agencies remained Prague, CTK effective administrator of
silent about the clashes in Sofia. persons under state agency.He .
Reports from Sofia said hun- charged with is 64 years old, married
dreds of churchgoers had been peace. The news the father of two children. t
involved in clashes with both police reports received also is a grandfather.
m and Communist youths. oslovakia that .\ .
Entrances to Aleksander Nev- 1 .
r .t dents had led the Gainesville Sun
the police. h .
Reports received Published evenings except Ij _
About TillIeBLACKFOOT. Saturday and Sunday morn- :' t
said 3,000 students ings by the Gainesville Pub-
pated in the rioting lishing Company at 101 SE
Idaho (AP- Place. Gainesville. Florida
Park where they
Murray Sorenson has been entered as second class
for traditional May at the Post Office at
named chairman of the Black-
reading.The Florida.CIRCULATION .
foot Chamber of Commerce
1 Christmas decorating commit- reports, RATES BY .
ma tic CARRIER OR MAIL
sources
tee.His lence had bordered 1 Week .45 BURNS MEANS BUSINESS
first duty is to take down'volt. They said the 3 MAS. $5.85
Special . strings of Christmas lights still shouted All man
BRAKESwRELINED 95 decorating some city streets ;after police had paid in advance.subscriptions must :I T FREE RIDES TO POLLSBURNS
from last
14 winter. disperse. Member of Audit Bureau of i
: URGES YOU TO VOTE

LOOK NO LONGER material contained herein Is i CALL 376.8990 or 376-7839
In whole In Is
or part
Ford, Chev., Plym., Rambler property of the Gainesville
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Sidney Martin Company (c) 1964. Re-
forbidden without the written (Pd.A&IY.)
of the publisher. II
inc Has the type of tt. i ""
Insurance you need-

GAS WELL Paul Revere k PAYCHECK DIDN'T STRETCH? NEED MORE

Non Cancellable Hospital '
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URLLIV. JR. w I CAN WE INCREASE OUR PAYCHECKS? YES-!


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CHANCE FOR IMPROVEMENT
Public Defender
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II We're smart enough to know Alachua County has not received !its share of new industry --

I moving into our state. One big reason for this is that our educators have not
ALACHUA, BAKER, BRADFORD, GILCHRIST, LEVY offered us the training which industry demands.We .
and UNION COUNTIES ((8th Judicial Circuit)
THE ONLY CANDIDATE WITH DEFENDER EXPERIENCE: know getting industry into our county will create many more paying jobs for us.

.. FOR EIGHT YEARS NOW, HARRY EVANS HAS SPOKEN OUT STRONGLY FOR
Dear Friends: ACROSS-THE-BOARD VOCATIONAL EDUCATION.

I have g.ven full time, six days
FAMILY BACKGROUND: this high and important work. I have per We've known that such a plan would attract industry but our educators have ignoredi

every session of the Court in each county

Bom In Gainesville lifelong resident of of my services have been needed. Tho Where are our opportunities to become machinists, technicians, draftsmen or .:
Alachua and Bradford Counties; son
former Congressman Lex Green and the endar in each county insofar as my mechanics?
former Lucile Harris of Gainesville; mar- concerned is current. In /
handling
ried to the former Saundra Jones daughter Where are the tool and die industries laboratories machine shops 'and.
felony I .
of Tyler Jones of Starke; father of cases have gained unusual
Kathy. and Melanie. 2. in Court and jury trials. I have manufacturing plants with high paying jobs for us? : ,

rights and interests of each indigent We know the answer! They're waiting for Alachua County to show that we have a :

GRADUATED FROM to the very best of my ability. As to my training program and trained workers ready to fill the bill. :
competence, experience and record -
Bradford County High School; received I There is one man who is ready, willing and able to lead a fight to get this industry and:-- :
the
to officers of the Court of
Bach- the entire
degrees of Bachelor of Arts and
better that with it!
the :
paying jobs
elor of Laws from University of Flori- I stand upon my record of service. I go
da. Member of Florida Bar. '"
this important office and shall continue HARRY EVANS IS GOING TO WIN FOR US A COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM THAT :

it my full time and all I have. THERE PRODUCES THESE TECHNICAL SKILLS. He'knows, as we do, that our school system must :
MEMBER OF: SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE. Please give technical training to our children and to those of us who wish to further our own tech ,' ;

Baptist Church; Masonic Lodge. Loyal me a full term by voting for me on May nical education. t
Order of Moose; Rotary Club; Jaycees; I will continue to serve the Gainesville
Chamber of Commerce; Kappa Sigma from HARRY EVANS is working hard to technical high sChool for :
Frat.; Delta Theta Phi Law Frat.; U of office located in Alachua County get us a our
F. Alumni Assoc.; Fla. Bar Assoc.; 8th house. county. :
Jud. Or. Bar Assoc.; American Bar Assoc -
Legal.; Fla.Aid Public and Defender Defender Assoc.Assoc.; N.; Nat.Fla. Sincerely, your HARRY EVANS wants business to grow in our county. :

Chapt. of the Fla. Council on Crime & (0
Delinquency. !-4 HARRY EVANS wants us to have these opportunities. .

HARRY EVANS cares about the size of our paycheck. .

EXPERIENCE: HARRY EVANS wants us to have regular 1I

Your present Public Defender main- Paychecks.i.
tains offices in the Courthouse in Gaines- VOTE GREENON
ville and In Starke for best service to TO ACCOMPLISH THIS 'WE L LS :=
entire circuit. He has as your Public ...
Defender efefctivelv handled over 170
criminal cases since the office was creat
ed. July 1963. His record is open to
you. Has gained most valuable experience MAY 5TH :
all necessary in this important office. He HARRY EVANS -
the knows office the and duties has and been responsibilities commended by of Qualified Industrious- Worthy -Honest Energetic -
the Governor for his service. THERE IS -
NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE. Your VOTE and SUPPORT Will Be

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;i ': Action On Basic Issues! 11 i Public Defender 'Firsf I .. I jn j I


: :: Responsible:.Only To, YOU (Note: This is another story does the state have the duty to up the public defender system, -.
I from The Associated Press hire attorneys to protect the interests the governor made the'initial .
: 1NQUIRECOMPAREELECTJIM ; capital bureau In Tallahasseeon of people too poor to hire appointments. Now, the public ,< -
the primary campaigns, their own. defender must be elected -,{ ; -
i1 the offices and the men seek- This theory came from the U. throughout his circuit, the sameas > "..
I I 'I ing them. Today's installment S. Supreme Court in March 1963 the prosecuting state attor- .
WERSHOWCOUN discusses public defenders of after Clareijce Earl Gideon ar- ney. :: ;
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T Y COIVYfVAlSSIOIMER Florida.) gued that he was denied his con- In Florida, the counties are g\ L ;.,.;>
By DOUGLAS STARR stitutional right of equal protec- arranged into 16 judicial cir- ,' .
TALLAHASSEE (AP) For tion of the laws because he could cuits, each having judges, pros-
the first time in Florida history, not hire an attorney and the ecuting attorneys, public defenders -
-- -= -- the state will elect public defenders state could. and various court officials.In y

in every judicial circuitto The U. S. Supreme Court ac- November, the state will : / '
; FULLY ,QUALIFIED provide legal assistance for tion opened the way for thous-' vote on a constitutional amend-
defendants too poor to hire their ands of prisoners in state pris- ment revising the circuits and in i: VOTE FORSPESSARD
z, xy own attorneys. ons and county jails to seek new creasing the number to 20 be- ,
I Serve HARRY You EVANS is FULLY Qualified to Under the law set up in the trials. Some won freedom because -I cause of the state's booming in- L.
; as Superintendent.
f 1963 the witnesses and evi- ,
Legislature, every prosecuting crease in population.If +
Vote For attorney will have a pub. dence against them had disap- this is ratified, the governorwill
lie defender,as his counterpart.The peared. Many went right back appoint more judges, more y rd a HOLLANDPROTECT .
theory is that if the state to jail to finish out their original prosecuting attorneys and more
HARRY EVANS has the right to hire attorneysto sentences. public defenders.
9 protect its interests, so also After the 1963 Legislature set tomorrow: The legislature. I FLORIDA'S POWERFUL
Superintendent of Schools

Pd.Adv. 1 POSITION OF SENIORITY

I Agriculture Leadership

Senator Holland has served as Each of the committees has
ELECTDASHWOOD t .,,,,<;,..: :;:..., (Editor's note: This is an- of the Internal ImprovementFund history. In 1959, he was chair- your United States Senator vast importance to the growth .
other story by The Associ- Board of Drainage Com- man of the powerful rules com- since 1946. The Influence and of Florida in areas such as ,.

HICKS i" ated Press capital bureau in missioners, Housing Board, Par- mittee. the power of an i Individual harbors flood control, high- .
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Tallahassee on the primary don Board, Textbook Commission Conner is married and the Senator are determined by .
COUNTY COMMISSIONER \ campaigns, the offices and Purchasing Commission, father of three children.Iynes the seniority he has attained.ways, space facilities, cattle, .
"As a Former University of Florii. the men seeking them. To- Milk Commission purchasingBoard During the years, he has atcitrus, agriculture, paper, for-
_. ,' tained ranked twelfth ests, and defense bases. flor-
da Athlete-I I know what teamwork N day's installment is on the Civil Defense Council, Reveals seniority
is-ELECT me a member of commissioner of agricultureof among 67 Democratic members ida needs his powerful Influence -
Revenue Commission, and the
the most important team in Your : '4 Florida.) of the Senate. This seniority on these committees .
County Government." Outdoor Recreation Council. Defense of places Kim on threecommittees
By DOUGLAS STARR his committee assignments are
.4 vital I fo the prosperity
Pd. Adv. Florida's current commissioner -
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The of agriculture is Doyle Con- Simpson RulingWEST of Florida: a valuable asset to every Flor
ida Citizen. .
office of commissioner of agri-
ner, seventh man to hold the
culture is the newest constitutional PALM BEACH (AP- 'Member of the powerYour vote In the Dem
r office in Florida, having post in 76 years. Conner also is Atty. Gen. James W. Kynes an- ful Senate AppFOpriaocratic coming
will him
hold primary keep
the to
youngest man ever
been established in 1888. Cabinet rank. He was 32 when nounced Saturday that his office tions Committee. in this strong position to serve

WEAK MUFFLER! I Ib jI The commissioner is charged elected in 1961. At 34, he still is would defend federal judge Bryan Florida in a way that will
with giving leadership to the the youngest man on the Cabi- Simpson's ruling at Jacksonville Member of the Agricultural -
I benefit well the
state's services to agriculture, net; but, this time, by only four refusing to take jurisdiction and Forestry Com' us all as as
administering the laws enacted months, just ahead of Atty. Gen. of race demonstration mittee. best Interests of our great
: ; r for the health and welfare of James Kynes. cases from St. Augustine.The country. Vote for and return
{ consumers of farm products, in 'Member of the Aeronau Senior Senator
Conner's experience is largelyin our Spessard
t., specting products used on the i hearing on the proceeding -
(. 'I I. "arm, collecting and distributing farming and government. He aimed at compelling the tical and Space Coml. Holland, to the United States
.; .? nformation about agriculture, grew up on his father's farm federal district judge to hear the mittee. Senate, Tuesday, May 5th.
and was active in the Future cases-will be held this Wednesday -
and, in general, running the Detriment
of Agriculture.The Farmers of America organization in New Orleans. ('oUtkar AIHf'fl.nJlnaf PIIU for IT Herbert X. Wolf, Trttmrer) :
he served as Florida's FFA
I The cases involved Mrs. Malcolm -
commissioner of agriculure president in 1947 and as the national Peabody, mother of the S 1
% sits on the State Cabinet FFA president in 1948. of
governor Massachusetts, and
1 and is a member of 15 boards I others.
He won a seat in the Houseof
ind commissions. These are:
Representatives from Brad I Kynes said that Judge Simpson 1
The Bulget Commission Board ford County in 1950, while a in deciding that the cases
:of Conservation, Board of Com- sophomore at the University of I should remain with local authorities .
MUFFlERS-- missioners for State Institutions, Florida. He served five terms noted that Florida's laws -
I Executive Board of the Depart- and, in 1957, was the youngest had been deliberately violatedby -
ment of Public Safety, Trustees speaker of the House in Florida Mrs. Peabtdy and many others 3 -
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that you may already know the 'gentle, it is recommended for
gentle and effective relief of new mothers, young children, improve the administration of Justice. Our canons of professional ethics require :
DULCOLAX suppositories. elderly people.
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Thousands of hospitals regularly DULCOLAX "gentles' the colon us concern
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1 ij N. W 13 t. S COOOYEAR DCAU-R rh FR 2 I4 1 I actually can leave it clean pharmacist for gentle relief from
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r regarding the nature and extent of the duties of the County Judge of :

Haydon Burns Pledges Dedicated Leadership For All; ;i iy Alachua County. .:..

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:Asks Florida Citizens To Make Him First on May 5. for the arrest of a citizen or for the issuance of a warrant for the entry and rr'

search of private property and homes. f

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-M The County Judge must determine whether legal grounds exist to commit :

r persons to private or public hospitals because of incompetency. ;

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I QRNsrs I The County Judge has exclusive jurisdiction of the administration of estates -:
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By'MURRAY CHASS Kansas City's Municipal Sta six, home runs while Gentile is cision. Boston whipped Detroit Dave Nicholson's *ree-run

;:' Associated Press Sports Writer dium. tied for second with five. The 11-7 in the only single game. homer gave the White Sox their

By HAL BOCK Fischer, sprung from the bullpen .- 4g I I What bath Charles Finley .Twelve homers were hit Sun closer fences have resulted in Despite the home run attack, fifth straight triumph in the first

Associated Press ,Sports Writer. turned in his third straight wrought? day as the Athletics swept a eight homers-six by the A's. it took four walks in the ninth game, but sterling relief pitch

Shove ,over Warren Spahn. route-going performance, retir- I: Whe the incendiary owner.of double-header from Minnesota Finley may not win the war inning to win the nightcap for ing by D Cc hep
ing the last 16 batters he faced. the Athletics. The Twins' Bill Angels the
You may not be the Milwaukee:: the Kansas City Athletics declared 7-4 and 8-7. That output increased or the pennant, but he may beat ht
The Pleis issued all of the
Braves only pitcher after all. 24-year-old right-hander war: on the American to 24 the number oi. the stadium into submission. passes, send
L also produced the only run of WAA. the last to George Alusik which Rookie left-hander Tommy
he couldn't have
Perched In third place in the: League, even homers hit in the four-game series -
F National League the game in the second inning. HANK FISCHERS -1 envisioned the devastating effect between the teams. Elsewhere in the American forced in Nelson Mathews with John stopped Baltimore with a
standings
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The shutout lowered Fischer's stops Phillies I the winning run.Grand .
Manager Bobby Bragan's club, his strategy would have oo The Twins connected for seven -League, there were three doubleheader three-hitter in the second game

r today can look back on three ERA to a flashy 1.93, best on .,- .. Sunday and 15 altogether' splits. New York I Slammer of their doubleheader.

complete game pitching vic. the Braves' staff. "His best : while Kansas City pounded out blanked Washington '4-0, then' Carl Yastrzemskl joined the Washington barely fought off

tories in the last four starts. pitch was control," said catcherEd / ) : :' five in the doubleheader and lost 6-5; Baltimore stopped long ball parade with a grand a ninth-inning rally in whic the

Bailey. "He: was hitting his imtmittJIW: f nine in the series. Cleveland 5-2, then was shut out slam homer that climaxed a Yankees scored es.

Sunday's 1-0 tw -liit masterpiece *, spots and he made my job : mt Twice As Many 3-0 and Chicago nipped Los An- run rally in the fifth inning and cutting the Senators' margin

by Hank Fischer against, easy." ., Home runs are being hit at geles 3-2, then dropped a 6-2 de- powered Boston past Detroit. from 62.intrmedte.

the Phillies followed Bob Sadow. Elsewhere in the National ,. .- -
than
: Municipal Stadium at more
ski's five-hitter against Phila, League, Pittsburgh came from J :_ ; >> .t '''>- : : i I
hit last IN
; twice the rate they were AAU TRACKAnderson
delphia and Tony Cloninger'a: behind to whip St. Louis 12-8; ,: \ .

one-hitter against the Pirates. San Francisco topped Los An- ..S' P.Y. J; .R: TS'r' ;;.!i/ season.Of course, Finley's tactics

geles 6-3; Houston beat Chicago homerun
have helped. He acquired
The loss in the four
only game
5-3 and Cincinnati swept a doubleheader Rowe

stretch was charged to a 43- +. '' .. .Y. ......_.. .._.. _. ., .. ..u. u., '.''.._w _. sluggers Rocky Colavito
from the New York ,
the win-
and Jim Gentile during
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year-old southpaw on the staff Monday May 4 1954 13 '
Mets 6-5 and 63. ter and more recently constructed -

of youngsters. Fellow named Fischer surrendered singles to .. ... ,. _
his Pennant Porch and short- tk.A1

Spahn Tony Gonzales in the second and ened the fencesgenerally. Brown Gain Wins

John Herrnstein in the fourth Colavito'leads the league with F ,

before shutting the door. He

'Class C5Keglers struck out four and walked two. Top HurlingNo I| TALLAHASSEE John Anderson hurdles and Dieter

It ,was the first major league m tiuan lie BoxesFirst .; Pete Rowe and Jim feshme was

4 shutout for the $50,000 bonus For .. .. ." |Brown were Florida standouts fourth in the .

Cop baby who signed off the Seton Help ,Saturday night in the Florida Jerry McDaniel of the Tallahassee .
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State TitleEAU Willie Stargell was the big Atlanta ClubBY LOS ANGELES CHICAGOab WASHINGTON abrhbi NEW YORK abrhbi t| Anderson won the 100-yard ners, won the 440- in ::48.2 to :48.3

gun for the Pirates driving in r h bi abrhbi CoWer 2b 3000 Kubek ss 4110 ,[dash in record time of :9.6 seconds for Rowe, took the 220yard
Pearson cf 4000 H'shb'ger cf 3 0 1 0 Zimmer 3b 4010 Rlch'dson 2b 4 0 0 0
five runs with a home run and THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Koppe ss 4030 Buford 3b 3000 Hinton If 2000 Lopez If 4000 [ to top teammate George dash in :21.7 and ran legs on the
GALLIE (AP) A, Moran 3t 4010 Robinson rt 2120 Skowron Ib 4010 Blanchard rf 3 1 00
a single. Crackers Leach. Rowe the 330 440 and mile
The Atlanta
got Adcock Ib 4000 Hansen ss 2000 Hunt cf 4000 Tresh cf 2100 [ won yard winning relay.
Class C team the Shifts from
Marichal Wins Rodgers c 3100 Cun'ham 1b 3100 Lock rf 3000 Pepitone Ib 3111 intermediate hurdles in :37.6 teams.
Patrick Air Force Base their best pitching performanceof Thomas 4130 Nicholson If 4113 Leppert c 4000 Howard c 3022 PETE ROWE
pulledan Juan Marichal had a shaky Knoop 2b 4021 Wels 2b 4010 Brinkman ss 3 0 1 0 Boyer 3b 3011 I for a new meet and track The TAC team won the high
upset ,Sunday night and start before settling down and the year Sunday but still lost d Simpson 0000 Carreon c 2 0 0 0Klrkpat'k Stenhouse p 0 0 0 0 Downing p 3000 S a sets hurdles record
their InternationalLeague If 3 0 0 Fisher p 1000 Bouldin p 1000 mark. Brown took the 880yardrun jump, triple jump, shot put and
took the team championship in turning in his 10th. straight victory eighth bFregosi 1 0 0 Landis cf 4000 aValentln 1000 in 1:54.0.Tallahassee. mile in addition to the four
2010 Martin 2000
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the Florida Women's Bowling for the Giants. game Spring p 0000 Pizarro p 1000 Totals 29 0 3. Totals 25454 Athletic Club won first places McDaniel had a

Tournament.The Willie M ys, socked a single Young Chuck Niesen dueled Latman aSmith p 0000 1000 a-Hit Into force for Bouldin In 7th. the event with 77 points to 36 hand in.FU's.

Washington ...............000 000 000-1
Shifts knocked down 3- and his 10th homer raising his five Toranto pitchers for 10 innings cTorres 35 1000Totals 2 It 1 Totals 27 3 S 3 New York .................. 381 000 OOx-4 for Miami, 33 for Florida, 20 for 440 relay team was

league-leading batting averageto in the second game of a Grounded out for Spring In 7th; b- E-None. PO-A-Washington 24-10. New Georgia, 11 for Atlanta Striders cloe i:41.3 for a new rec
079 points to take the title. Al .459. Willie Davis had two- Struck out for Kirkpatrick in 9th; c- York 27-4. DP Kubek Richardson. 1 ""'Z f :
a doubheader, giving up five hits Struck out for Latman in 9th; dRanfor Pepitone. LOB-Washington 7, New P and 10 for the Gator freshmen. .
Hodges Motors of Cocoa, ClassB homer for the Dodgers. Knoop In 9th. II York 6. c
run while the Crackers got four off -- Leach finished fourth in the
winner, was second with 3- Jim two-run homer in Los Angeles .............. 010 000 001-2 IP H ERBBSO f./.r1
Wynn's Leaf Huriers. But To- Stenhouse U 0-1 2-3 1 3 3 4 0 220 yard dash Rowe was second
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from Orlando, in Class A, was victory the first for Hal (Skin- E-Adcock Knoop. Downing. W 1-0 ..9 3 0 0 5 13! David
the
10th inning to beat the Crackers 24-12 Chicago 2711. DP-Wels. Cunningham WP Bouldin. U-Valentlne. McKinley. tM ;=; _____ 440-yard run, Wilson
third with 3,022. ny) Brown after two losses. Jim 2-1 after taking the opener 7-4. ; 7 Weis, Chicago Cunningham.7. LOB-Los Angeles Soar. Salerno. T-2:24. ; ____ UF frosh, was fourth in the AMERICAN LEAGUE

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Beauchamp also homered for 2B-Koppe, Thomas Knoop. HR-Nich i W L Fe? O.B.
Game mile Scott Hager another
Second Cleveland
The singles championship was olson. I ; t 4 .647
for the Colts. 'Jacksonville and Buffalo split. IP H R ERBBSO WASHINGTON NEW YORK freshmanthird in the high bur- 'Chicago 7 S .583 1

taken by Class C bowler, Carol from behindIn I Jacksonville won the 2- McBride L. 1-4 .. 4 2-3 3 3 2 6 J abrhbi abrhbiBrinkman Detroit I 7. 11
The Reds came opener 5 1 1 0 Kubek 5012 Minnesota 9 .
ss fourth
ss dIes Charles Goodyear '
Spring .......... 11-3 1 0 0 0 0 ; ,
Hansen of Vero Beach with 708. Blas'ame 2b 5 1 1 1 Rich'dson 2b 4 1 0 0 Baltimore 7 7 .500 2
and Buffalo took the ........ rI'
both ends of their double victory -1 nightcap Latman 2 1 0 0 1 1 in the two mile freshman New York
Valentine rf SOlOLopez If 4118 ; 6 6 .300 2
Tournament officials said this Pizarro ......... 4 6 1 1 1 1 '
over the Mets. ,6-4. Fisher W, 14 .... 4,.3. 1 1 0 3 Hinton If 3l200ianchardrt3OlO Harry Winkler second in the'Washington I 10 .444 3
Phillips Ib 4110 Tresh cf 2011 Los Angeles 7 .438 3
week her first full season Mossl .. ......... 2300002U
was
Brumley e 4120 Linz cf 1001 0 Boston I 8 .429 3
Stevens. Napp Rice Stewart. T- shot put, third in the ja veIl n
E of bowling.The Hunt cf 3111 Pepitone Ib 2 1 0 0 Kansas City 6 8 .429 3YESERDAY'
2:25. A-18OOO.
Kennedy 3b 4021 Howard c 4000 throw and fourth in the discus RESULTS
all-events title was won Second Game Narum p 1000 Boyer 3b 4110 ,j Vt .4. New I
LOS ANGELES CHICAGOab King 1012 Terry p 2 0 1 0 ; throw..Len Shira, third in the Chicago 3-2. Los Angeles 24Baltimore
Lou Graham of Mitt Bridges 1000 Hamilton 0 0 0 6-0, Cleveland 2-3
by Mary r h bi ab r h bi p p 0 If- pole vault; the 440-yard relay
Stenhouse 0 0 0 0 bGonzalez 0000 Kansas City Minnesota 4-7
.... p 7-
ami! who rolled 1,740 in the Class Koppe ss 1 0 H'shb'ger cf 4000 /r
Moran 3b ..5120 Buford 3b 4110 Mikkelsen p 0 0 0 0 team was second and the mile Boston II. Detrit 7TODAY'S

I?; The doubles championshipwas Dees Ib ....4100 Robinson rf 31 1 0 cMantle 1011 BROWN relay team also finished second GAMES
First Game dMoore 0100 Washington Cheney 0-1 at Es
left in doubt with a tie in PITTSBURGH abrhbi ST. LOUIS abrhbi NEW YORK CINCINNATI Thomas Satriano c rf ..41.5 0 OMcCraw 1 Hansen IS Ib 4011Kirkpar'k 4000 [ Totals 366125 Totals 32574 I'O: 880 race Bill Roberts was fourth in the trada 0-0, night.Cleveland Ballmor.
A Narum In Donovan at
ab r h bi ab r h b -Singled for 6th; b-Walked I 14 Boston Spans
the Class.A and B categories. A Schofield ss 2OlOFIood cf 5213 Kra'pool Ib 5220 Rose 2b 4000 If...3 1 2 Nicholson If 4011 for Hamilton in 7th; c-SIngled for Mik- wick 0-1, night.Minnesota .
2b .4 ,3 Weis 4020
Knoop 2b
Alley ss 4221 Groat ss 4022 Eliot cf 3OlORuiz3b 5020 kelsen in 9th; d-Ran for Mantle in 9th. Roland 0-1 at Chicago Ack-
rolloff scheduled for next Vlrdon cf 4210 Warwick rf 3001 Simpson cf .4000 Martin e 4010
was Clemente rf 432lbLewIs rf 1000 bHickman cf 2 0 0 0 Pinson cf 4111 Newman p .2012 Buzhardt p 0000 Washington ............... 000 003 Oil-4 ley 0-0 or Horlen 0-1. nigh. .
week between Bea McRae and I Stargell lb-IfS 2.3 5 Boyer 3b 5120 Hunt Altman 2b rf 4112 51 1 OdJohnson Cole'an Ib lb'1 3000 01 0 Chance p ...2000 Stephens 1000 New York .................. 200 009 003-i Auburn Los Pena Angeles 2-2, night.B Lee Kansas City
Lynch If 2100 James if '4 1 3 0rdewn Kreutzer p 0000 E Richardson Has EdgeIn Only scheduled.
Marge Wagner of Tampa, who Gonderc 5110 Queen rf 4010 Baumann 1000 Brumley Pepitone. games
: Ib 2011 White Ib 3100 Thomas If 4011 Edwards c 4120 p Po-A-WaShngton %27.14 New York 2710. TOMORROW'S GAMES
scored 1,303 in the Class A di- Frees 3b SOOOJavlerJb 5120 Kanehl 3b 4021 Harper If 3220 bWard 1000 >P-Howard, Boyer; Brinkman, Phillips; Cleveland at Boston
fBalley 3b 0 1 0 McCarver C 5 121 C. Smith 4020 Cardenas ss 3 1 1 0 Wilhelm p 0000 Pepitone Kubek Peplton LOB-Wash Los Angeles at Kansas City, N
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vision and the doubles team of Mazer'kl 2b 4123 Broglio p 1101 Fisher p 3000 Purkey p 1000 Totals .37 <10 < Totals 34272 ington 9, New York ,. Washington at Baltimore, N
Pagilaronl CS 0 3 1 Burdette p 0000 Wakefield p 0 0 0 0 aSklnner 1000 a-Struck out for Buzhardt In 3rd; b- 2B-Terry, Hunt. Brinkman Kubek. S- Detroit at New York N
Garris and Griffis from Palm 1010 Flied out for Baumann In 7th.
Wale p 1000 aLong Lock. p 0000 McCool p 0000 Narum. SF-Tresh. SEC BattleThe Only games scheduledNATONAL

Beach County. Schwall p 2010 Sadeckl p 0000 0000 Bauta p 0000 cKeough 1113 Los Angeles ................ *30 030 000-4 IP H R ERBBSO LEAGUE
dMota 1000 Taylor p 1000 Bearnarth p 0 0 0 0 Worth-ton p 0 SOs Chicago .........._...... 000 200 000-2E Naurm (W, 2-0) .. 5 4 2 1 1 2 W L PC?. G.'.
The championships were decided Face p 1000 eClemens eH. Smith 1012 Bridges ----------3 2-3 3 3 3 4 1 Phlla'phla 10 4 .714
Fanok p 0000 fNuxhall 0000 -Dees, Newman. PO-A-Los Angeles Stenhouse ....... 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 San Fran. 10 4 .714
by five weekends of gGagliano 1000 Henry p 0000 27-13 Chicago 2710. DP-Newman, Koppe Terry (L, 0-1) .....t S 3 3 3 4 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Milwaukee 10 6 .425 1
Titus 42111(12 Totals 391131A Totals 311114 Totals 35 411 4 and Dees. LOB Los Angeles 7, Chicago Hamilton ..........1 0000 1 By East winner faces some Pittsburgh 9 7 .. 2
bowling, with the highest score -Singled for Burdette In 5th b- A-Grounded out for Purkey in 5th; 6- 'Mikkelsen .........2 4332 2 The Southeastern Conference rough competition in Ole Miss ClnciMat 9 1.2 2
out of the five counting. Walked for Warwick in 5th; cDoubledfor b-Grounded out for Elliot in 6th; c- SB-Buford, Robinson. Weis. pb-Howard. U-McKInley Soar Salerno Lis 2V
Lynch In 6th; d-Hit Into force out for Homered for McCool In 7th; d-Singled I IP H R ERBBSO Valentine. T-2:54. A-20,487. baseball season swings into its which sports an 11-0 record in 6 8 .429
Schwall In 7th; e-Filed out for Taylor In for Coleman In 8th; e-Singled for Worthington ,Newman 3 1-3. 2 2 1 3, Houston I 11 .421 4V4
7th f-Ran for Freese In 9th g-Fouled in 8th; f-Ran for H. Smith In 8th.I,Chance W. 2-0 ..52-3 3 0 0 0 3 First Game last week today with Western the SEC and an 18-2 over-all Los Angeles 7 12 .3AI 5tt
Store out for Fanok In 9th I Buzhardt. L, 2-1 .. 3 A 3 3 0 0 MINNESOTA KANSAS CITY New York 3 13 .181
Variety Pittsburgh ............. 300 Ml 11-11 New York ................. Oil *20 100 4 xKreutzer .1 33322 abrhbi abrhbi Division winner Mississippi mark. SATURDAY'S RESULTSSan
St. Louis ......._....... .151.1.1001E Cincinnati ......_....... 100 000 32x-4,Baumann .......3 3 0 0 1 3 Rollins 3b 4111 Causey ss 2 0 0 0 waiting to see who will win the Francisco 5 Los Angeles 4. 12 Inn
6-4 Victor Wilhelm .2 0 0 0 I 1 Oliva rf 5010 D.Green 2b 3 0 0 0 The Rebels rained Ings N
Freese Warwick Javier Fanok. E C. Smith. Coleman. Cardenas XPO x-Faced 3 men in 5th. Allison Ib 4010 dJimenez 101 2 jumbled Eastern race. although I YESTERDAY'S RESULT
PO-A-Pittsburgh 27-10. St. Louis 2710. A-New York 2.... Cincinnati 27-8. U-Napp, Rice Stewart Stevens. T- Hall cf 4121 Williams 2b 0 0 0 0 out Saturday, shut out Alabama Cincinnati 6-6, New York
DP-Schofleld, Mazeroskl and Stargell. DP-Kanehl and Kranepool; Fisher and 2:40. A-II.S11. Klllebrew If 2000 Charles 3b 4 1 1 0 Milwaukee 1, Philadelphia 0
In Loop Fray LOB-Pittsburgh 7. St. Louis 11. ,Kranepool. LOB-New York 10. CIncinnati Battey c 3111 Gentle Ib 3219 Auburn clings to a slim half- W() Friday. They close their sea San Francis 6, Los Angeles 3
28-Clerrente 2. Clendenon. Mazeroskl. 8. First Game aMincher 0000 Colavito rf 4113 Chicago 3
SB-Flood. HR-Stargell. Alley. SB-Boy- 2B-Kranepool. Hunt. Ruiz. HR-Pinson, CLEVELAND BALTIMORE bPower 1000 Edwards c 4000 game lead over Florida and son Friday and Saturday by Pittsburgh 12. St. Louis I

Gainesville Variety Store er. Mota. -Gro.t. SF-Mazeroskl. Keough. SB-Thomas, Kanehl. S-Hunt. abrhbi abrhbi Zlm'rman cOO 0 0 Reynolds If 4 1 1 0 Kentucky in the East. The Tigers playing host to MississippiState. TODAY'S GAMES
IP H R ERBISO Locke. SF-Thomas. Howser ss 4000 Brandt cf 4110 Versalles ss 3000 Mathews cf 4131 Houston Johnson 2.2 at San Francisco
scored a 4-2 win over Chiefland Veal. 11-3446 2 1 IP H R ER 8B SO Davalillo cf 5000 Apancio ss 3111 Allen 2b 4000 Segul p 1 0 0 0 are 11-5,. while the Gators Dell 0-0 or Balm 01. 0
at Harris Field in a Schwall W, 2-1 42-3721 3 5 Fisher 1-36 3 3 2 5 Wagner If 3 0 0 Robinson 3b 4010 Kaat p 3111 Bowsfield p 0 0 0 0 Philadelphia Bennett 2-1 or Culp 1-2 at St.
yesterday :. Face 3 2 0 0 0' oBroglio Wakefield 1-32 1 1 0 0 Smith rf 3110 Siebern Ib 2110 Fischer p 0000 cAluslk 0100 and Wildcats are 105.Kentucky's Louis Gibson 2-0, night.
Central Florida League baseball 4 1-3 I I I 3 SBurdeft. Locke 1-30 0 0 0 1 Azcue c 4020 Powell If 3000 fU Green 1000 Wyatt p 1000 State dropped Tulane into the New York Cisco 0 at Milwaukee La
2-3200 0 0Sadeckl. Bauta U 0-2 2-34 2 2 1 0 Held 2t 2112 aSnyder It 0000! Siebler p 0000 chances hinge on West cellar master 1.1. night.
game.In .- I.. 0-2 2-3322 0 0 Bearnarth 1-30 0 0 1 0 AlviS 3b 4020 Bowens rf 4122 Totals 34474 Totals 3177 Auburn and Florida running into by beating the Pittsburgh Gibb 0 at Cincinnati Nux-
Taylor ,1-3 2 1 1 0 1 Purkey 5 6 4 2 0 4 Francona Ib 3 0 1 0 Adair 2b 3000 Announced for Battey In 7th; b- Greenies 2-0 Saturday and 4-1 hall 1-2 .
other contests, Newberry Fanok 2 1 1 0 0 2 McCool 2 4 1 1 0 C Grant p 3010 Orsino c 3000 Lined out for Mincher In 7th; cWalkedfor trouble in their 'J last two SEC Chicago Ellsworth '.2 at Los Angeles
nipped Williston, 7-6, at Willis- HBP-By Veal. (FloodV WP-Burdette. Worth-ton W, ,-I 1 1 0 0 0 CI McMahon p 000 0 McNally? p 3110 Bowsfield In 7th; d-Singled for D. Friday. The Maroons took over I Koufax 12. night.
Fanok. U-Vargo. Forman. Jackowskl, Henry 1 0 0 0 0 1 Bell p 0000 Miller p 0000 Green In 7th; e-Ran for Jimenez in 7th; games. The Wildcats finished TOMORROW'S GAMES
ton and Cedar Key topped Yan- Crawford. T-3M6. A-11.051.PHILADELPHIA U-Weyer, Conlan. Harvey. Venzon. T bLuplow 1000 f-Struck out for Fischer in 8th. second in the glest, while Alabama I New York at Milwaukee

keetown. MILWAUKEE ,-2- Totals 34212 Totals 29573 Minnesota ................ Ill 100 204-4 their season Saturday by dividing dropped to third and Louisiana -i Houston at San Francisco, N
abrhbi abrhbi a-Ran for Powell In Sth; bGroundedout Kansas City ................00t..1I.22x-7 a doubleheader with'Vander- i Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, NPhIladelphia
Stepbenson Gator foot Second Game for Bell In tth.CI.v..1INI ._ State moved to fourth. I at St. Louis N
Kay
Taylor 2b 3 0 0 0 Maya If 4000 NEW YORK CINCINNATI E-Allen.- PO-A-Minnesota 24-7, Kan- bilt losing the first 3-2 up Only games scheduled
........ game
000 004 *20 2
ball quarterback, hurled for Allen 3b 4 0 0 Mathews 3b 3000 abrhbi abrhbi us City 275. DP-Allen and Allison.
Calllson rf 4000Aaronrf 3010 Harkness Ib 4 0 0 0 Ruiz 3b 5100 Baltimore 001 '2X.5EorsJno. tob-Minnesota I. Kansas City 5. and winning the second 2-1.
Gainesville and struck out 11 Covlngfn If 4 0 0 Atou cf 3010 Kran'pool rf 3 0 0 0 Harper If 2100 Wagner Francona Azcue. 2B Allison Mathews. HR_- Hall
1 batters in fine performance.He Gonzalez cf 3010 Bailey e 3000 Hunt 2b 4010 Pinson cf 4222 -Baltimore 27-*. Cleveland 24-12. DP Battey. Mathews. Gentile Kaat Rollins. Auburn entertains Georgia SEC Tennis Meet
a H.rrnsrnlb3OlaTorr Ib 3110 I Altman If 40 0 0 Coleman Ib 3010 -Held, Howser and Francona; Howser Colavito. SB-Versalles, Oliva. S-Segul.IP Tech next and
also led the locals in hitting Daliypl c 2 0 0 0 Boiling 2b 3000 Taylor c 2 1 2 dJohnson Ib 1 0 1 1 and Held; AdaIr and Siebern. LOB H R ERBBSO Friday Saturday
Wiriest 3000Menkess 2000 bD.Smjth 0000 Queen rf 4000 Cleveland ,. Baltimore 4. Kaat L. 2-1 ...... ,2.3 5 5 5 2 0 while Florida journeys to Georgia I
with a triple and single. Mahaffey p 2 0 0 0 Fischer p 3011 Hickman 3b 1 0 0 Cardenas ss 3 1 2 1 2B Azcue, McNally. HR Bowens, Fischer ......... 1-31 000 0
aSlevers 1000 Elliot d 4000 H.Smith c 4111 Held. Aparicio.. Siebler ..........1 2 2 2 1 1 the same days. With the
Norm Koff was Newberry'swhining Short p 0000 C.Smlth 3b 2111 Klaus 2b 3000 IP H R ERBBSO Seoul ...*......... 42-37 4 4 5Bowsfield ,,
hurler and help his own Totals 29 I' Totals 27141 aGonder c 100 OTsitouris p 3021 McNally. W, 2-0 0.71-3. 2 2 4 4 ....... 1-3 I 0 0 0 home field advantage and a half Slated This Week
a-Popped out for Mahaffey In 8th. Moran ss 2011 Miller ...__.....12-3 0 0 0 0 2 Wyatt. W, 1-1 .....2 0 0 0 0 1 SEC
cause with four times at bat. Philadelphia ...............M* oo* oo -4 cThomas 1000 Grant L. 1-2 1-3 5 3 3 2 4 HBP By Kaat (D. Green). WP- game lead, defending
Fant was the loser for Milwaukee ............._. .!. tot OOx-1 Samuel ss 0000 McMahon 1 2-3 2 2 0 0 0 Kaat. &J-Carrlgan. Hailer Hurley Fla champion Auburn appears to
Maxcy Hook p 2000 Bell 1 0 0 0 1 1 herty. T-3:11.
Williston. Clint McKoy had three E-.--None. f 0-A-- >hll 4elphii 2+10. Mil p 0000 WP-McManon. Paparella, Umont, Second Game have the inside track toward I UNIVERSITY MI
waukee 27.'. DP-Taylor and Hermsteln. Locke p 0000 Drummond Dimuro. T-2:22. MINNESOTA KANSAS CITY s s., singles and three doubles divisions -
hits for Newberry. Buddy LOB-Philadelphia 4. Milwaukee 4. cChrfpher 1110 Second Game abrhbi abrhbi winning its second straight Eastern Southeastern Conference'ten and in two singles and
2B Torte Ateu. CLEVELAND BALTIMORE Goryl 2b SOl Causey ss 4000
Bearnarth pO 0 0 0
Weaver and Wesley Smith each IP H R Eat II SO a"r h bi *b r ft bi Rollins 3D 2310 D.Green 2b 5011 title. The conference season the 26th aal one doubles brackets for I
hits for Williston. Mahaffey L. .1.1 ..7 4 1 1 2 5 TetilS 31 3 6 2 Totals 32 4 t 4a Howser ss 5120 Brandt cf 4000 Oliva rf 4l42charI.s3b 4021 ends Saturday. fresh
had two Short ...... .....1 0. 0 0 1 will featured at the University men in
-Struck out for C. Smith In 7th; bRan Davalillo cf 4 0 0 1 Aparicio ss 4000 Allison Ib 5001 Gentile Ib 1 I 0 0 b separate competton
Paul McArthur struck out 15 Fischer, W. 3-0 ...., 2 0 0 2 4 for Taylor hi 7th; c-Popped out for Wagner If 3000 Robinson 3b 3000 Killebrew If 5 0 0 OAlusik Ib 3101 Florida and Auburn split their Mississippi Thursday As chairman of
U-Barllck. Donitein Landes Steiner. Moran In 7th; -Singled for Coleman in Whitfleld Ib 3021 Siebern Ib 3000 Hall cf 4122 Colavito rf 3221 -
in Cedar Key's victory. Joe T204. A14.733.CHICAGO 7th; Doubled for locke In 8th. aRamos 00 0 Bowens rf 3000 Versa lies ss 5 1 2 0 Edwards c 3111 final two-game series, Auburn through Saturday. nament committeee, Ole Miss

Daniels led the bat attack with abrkbl HOUSTON abrbbt New Yent .._........... 000 m i-3 Kindall Francona Ib rf 0000 Powell If 2000 McCabe c 3011 1000 Reynolds c If 1000L.Green 4113 winning 10-3 Friday and Florida coach Johnny Cain directorof

four hits and Don Miller hadtwo Stewart 2b 4010 LIllls 2b 4120 Cincinnati ................ 000 021 iOx-4 Azcue c 40ie 2000Adair Brown 2b c 3010 3010 Zim'rman cO 0 0 0 Mathews cf 3 2 1 0 shutting out the ,Tigers 4-0 Sat Ratings into this year's meet the tournament. He i
Brock rf 5120 Kasko ss 4110 E-Klaus. PO-A-New York 2+10. Cincinnati Held 2b 4000 Roberts p 2010 Stigman p 200 OO'Don'hu p 2 1 21 find defending and perennial announced
safeties as did Glen Rich- Williams If 4122 White rf 4011 27-13. DP-Hunt. Moran and Alvis 3D 4121 bGaines 1000 Perry p 0 0 0 Alter p 1000 urday. that the meeting of coachesto
Sano3b 4020 Wynn cf 3222 Harkness; Klaus. Cardenas and Coleman John p 4110 Arrigo p lOOOWyattp 0001 champion Tulane a narrow fav-
I bourg. Banks Ib lOlSAsprontelb3O2O 2; Cardenas. Klaus and Johnson. LOB- Totals 33 3 I' Totals 21530 bMlncher 1111 eWilliam 0 0 0 establish seedings and the
All six teams in the leaguenow Rodgers ss 4 e ll Beauch'p If 3111 New York 3, Cincinnati 7. a-Ran for Whitefield In eighth; b- Dailey p 000 SOUTHEASTERN BASEBALL CONFERENCE orite over Mississippi State wit draw in each division will beheld
Bertell c 4010 Spangler If 1000 2 b 8 c. smith.,Christopher Pinson. Struck! out for Roberts in ninth._ dPower 1 005 I
have 1.1 records. Next Cowan cf. 3000 Staub Ib 3000 Cardenas 2. Tsitouris. 3B Hunt. SB- Cleveland ... Pleis p 0000 EASTERN DIVISION Georgia given a chance to at 3 Wednesday in
101002100-3 Totals 39 712 71 TtalS ContorMK AH Games pjn. ,
34 III I
aRanew 1000 Bateman C 3000 .
week's will find Yankee- Ruiz Harper, H. Smith.IP Baltimore! too DOt OQ-* W L Pet. W L Pet. the seldombroken
games Norman p 3110 Brown p 2000 H R ERBBSO a-Grounded out for McCabe In Ith; b- Grenies' the room of the athletic -
town at Gainesville, Williston at Schurr p 0 0 0 0oBurton Hook. L, 0-1 ...... 52-3 3 3 2 5 E-Adalr, Bowens. PO-A-Baltimore 27- Homered for Arrigo In .th; cPoppedout Auburn II 5 .MS 14 5 .762 domination. coneenc
10 5.667 14 t .634 Other
1005Totals 1 3 3 2 CI &. Cleveland 27-14. DP Atvis and Whit- for Edwards In tin; Grounded out Florida building. committee
Cedar Key and Chiefland at 37 311 3 Totals 31554 Lock Hlnsley..1........... 1.31 0 S Ii field; Howser Held and Whittteld. LOB- for Dailey In 9th Sacrificed for Wyatt Kentucky 10 5 .647 14 16 13 7 JU.,*. Florda's Bill Tym returns to members are coaches
I t .429
Cowan In 9th b- Cleveland t. I in 9th.Mimsssafa. Tennessee
Grounded out for Baltimore
; Bearnarth ......1 1 0 I 1 1Tsltourts. 2. in the
Newberry. Grounded out for Schurr In 9th.Chkag w. 1-1 ..9 43223 vJ.'fH:';:ser. HR-AMs. -Davalillo,I .........211 Ml 11*-) Georgia Tech 4 3 7 7 JOO J64 717.361 5 9 .471 defe singles crown Bill Potter of Florida and W. T.
.... .. WP Hook. PB-Taylor. U-Conlan, Harvey Kansas ... ......... 11. Georgia division along with the
........ .JO *i( *o*-i cay 40 pt-4 Vanderbilt 3 18 J31 4 12 J50W Dub) Robinson of LSU with
I Hwait.a ............._. 1M *M IOx-.5 Venzon Weyer. T-2:31. A-10484.Safvrday IP H It ER I. SO strt DivHio doubles Jaime ( ,
Minor Leagues Roberts.Ll-1..5 B 3 2 3 3 E-VersalleS. Allison Rollins. POWU- No. 1
cpio of Auburn alternate -
Beauchamp. Rodgers Santo. PO-A Night Game John, W 1-0 9 3. 0 1 6 Minnesota 24-5 (Two out when winning W L Pet. W I. Pet. Luther Young a
-Chicago 244 Houston 27-14. DP-Santo. SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES U Umont. Drummend DIMuro and run scored), Kansas City 27-13. DP Mississippi 11 I 1-000 1* 2 .900 Musalem and Grge O'Cnell member.In .
15 11 .sn
PLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW Stewart and Banks; Rodgers and Banks. abrhbi abrhbi Paparella. T-1:34. A-11383. Versalles Goryl and Allison; Causey'O. Mississippi Stat. J'.s.u of Alabama.
LOB- Chicago S. Houston 4. 5021 DETROIT BOSTON Green and AlusOc. LOB Minnesota 11, Alabama 6 S .m 10 11 -47 addition to top-ranked
L PC? 0.1. J. Alou rf 4 1 2 Wills SS
2B Santo. 3B Brock. HR Beau- all r.. III brhbi Kansas City 4. Louisiana State 3'.333' 11 .0. Play will conducted six T
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-
Davis Cf 6 0 1 0
Hitler 2b 4 0 2 1 W. I based
144 4 9. 12 12 .580 b entrants in No.
11 2 TuLane ,
Beach 28 Versalles. Hall Mathews.
Dayton Wert 3b 38-
champ. Wynn. SB-Williams, Santo. S- Mays cf 6 0 1 0 T. Davis If 4010 5010 Schilling 2b 6231 -
Fort Lauderdal 10. .714 ** D. Green. Versalles. HR Oliva,
1 Brock. Lumps 2b Sl3OBressoudss32lo Colavito
Ib 1 0 1 0fO'Dell season-long competition are
IblllOFairly
on
St. Petersburg .**' 2 McCovey Reynolds Hall, Mincher. ,
IP H R ERBBSO Demeter 5 1 1 0 Y'trxe'skl tt 4136 S-Williams.
Llkellnd t 4 JOO 4U Norman t_ 0-3 .. S 1.3 7 5 5 2 2 0000 gParker 0000 Kaline rf 4211 Malzone 3b 4021 IP H R ER.. SO New Cedar Football Primrose of
Tampa 4 7.462 5 Schurr ....__...22-3 2 0 1 0 Kuenn Ib 0000 Howard rf 5222 Cash Ib 5023 Stuart lb 4000 Stlgman .........31-35 5 5 14 Key Gra Miip
Miami 5 1.3a5' Brown.W.l-2.. 9 11 3 3 0 1 Snider If .5222 M'MIn Ib-H 4120 Horton If 4001 Clinton rf 2100 Perry ........... 2-33 2 2 SO I Walter John
Sarasot 2 10 .167 IV* Gorman. Smith. Williams Pelekoudas. Hart 3b SIlloMoonhI 1000 Freehan 3lSOConigiiarocfS22l Arrigo ...........3 1. 0 o 1 I of
:Orlando 2 10 .147 IV* T-2:01. A-4.378. D'venport 0 0 0 9 Camilll c 4000 M'Aulitfeuil20Tlllman c 523 Dailey _..........1 1. I c Georgia 'ech Harry
YESTERDAY'S RESULTSSt. SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES Pagan ss 0 1 eRoseboro c 1000 Regan p 1000 Lamabe p 2000 Pleis L. 2-1 ....... N' 1 1 40: Field Nears CompletionKey Georgia, Bleckinger of
Petersburg 7. Lakeland 5 abrhbt ab r k biJAtou Crandall c 3 0 0 0 cGUliam 3b 1 0 0 Rakow p 0000 Heffner p 0000 O'Donoghue ..... 4 7. 1 2 1
Orlando ,. Fort Lauderdal 1 rf 4lllWlllsss 4110 aM. Alou l000Trace'skllb 4121 aBrown 111 3 bJones 1112 Alter ............31-3. 3 3 1 1Wyatf. Tulane, Musalem of Bama, and
Dayton Bead 4. Miami 0 Kuenn Ib 2101 GlllUm 3b 3020 Shaw p lOOOMoellerp 3000 Navarro p 1 OSORadatjp 2000 W 2-1 .....12-31 0 I 23 Ernest Cox of LSU.
Saraosta 4, Tampa 1TODAY'S Mays cf 4222W.Davlsd 4112 Hendley p 3000Miller 1010 Loltoh p 0000 HOP By Alter (Rollins). PB-Edwards CEDAR KEY Work on.the has been forced either to
GAMES Hart 3& IS21T.DavIsIf 400McCovcy bHaller c lOll cPhllllps 100 U-Haller, Hurley Flaherty, Car-, fieldIsnearingcomplttion.and afternoon or play Mississippi State's doubles finalists
Lakeland at Sarasota If 3 0 0 Howard rt Ill Totals 45 S 10 S.TtaU 434124 Egan p 0000 rlgan. T-3:1L A1U17.Unsponsored. new high school football play games
Tampa at St. Petersburg M.AJou If 0000 Fairly Ib 3110 Grounded out for Crandall In 9tti; Trials 31 713 7 TItus 41111311 the away from home to fulfill itsRiverland of a ye ago, Primroseand
Fort L.uderdal* at Orlando bav.n'rt2b4111Ros.boroe 411 b Walker Intentionally for Hendley In .Homered for Rakow m 4th; b "
Miami at Dayton Beach Pagan ss dl2OTracVsklSb 3005 9th; c-Ran for Werhas In SIts; d- Doubled for Heffner In 5th; c-Struck Sharks will play on one of the Conference football Bracamonte, r
Crandall C 3110 Wlllhlt p 0000Marichal Struck out for McMullen In 10th *- out for Loltch In 8th. turn to challenge for the 1964
in the
,HTERHAT.OHALwLEAGUESyracus. p 3 11 0 Ortega p 2000 Hit Into fore out for Camilll In lOtn; Detroit ................. 20* S2I *0*- 7BostM best lighted.grounds area ret
LI SG.a. aMoon 1000Perran'skI f-Ran for McCovcy In 12th t-Ran .................. 221 lit *ex-11E ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.. in 1964. Et Usher tandem title.
7 sd
0 0 0 0
Toronto Vt p for Fairly hi 12m. ... (AP) After Australian BruCE! lights rating charts compiled by
I 3.721 Totals $1454Tstala 32 3 6 3 -Tlllman Wert. PO-A-Detroit 2. Rtn Brummit Cedar Key provided 1
Rochester SM Francisco ....... *2* *o* Ml Ml-.d I .
t-2, Richmond 1-1. (2nd game Grounded out for Ortega to 7th. Boston %1" DP-Bressoud. Schilling and coach
!uttalo 7 5 J83 2 Los Angeles .......... *M >0* 11* 00*-4E Stuart. LOB-Detroit 7. Boston 12. Devlin won the St Petersburg: coach said today that the new and trucks to haul the fffl. Levy I Magill, Gr's
SM Francisco ............ 32* SOS .11-4 ,
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-olumbus 5 5 .500 3 .. Fra,1c15C036- 2B Malzone 2. Tillman McAuliffe Open for his first American vie. Co. school superintendent Oliver and Sports Director
Jacksonville Los Angeles .......... .. IOII06-J -Werhas. PO-A-San gridiron location, combined with
5 'AS 3 Schilling 2. Wert. Demeter Cash Jones.
Jtchmond 2 I.26 E-None. f'OoA-SM Francisco 27-13.I 19 and, Los McCovey Angeles; 36-14.Miller DP-Pagan.Tracewskl Hlllei and lum e. 38 Cash. Kaline. HR-Conigliaro tory in three years he said "II:I the baseball area culmina t e s Mikell and the school board co- rank Georgia Tech, Flo

Atlanta RESULTS 0 3 .000YESTERDAYS J ski Los and Angeles Fairly.2714.LOB-San DP-Wlllhlt Francisco e. Tracew-2.I Fairly; Pagan Killer and Kuenn. .LOB- Brown. YastrzemskL WP SB-H Lumpe.R ERBBSO be back; you .can bet on it." five years of work by interested in the project and the rda, Alabama and LSU a other I

Syracuse .-.. Columbus 0-4 Los' Angeles 4.2B I -San Francisco 9. Los Angeles 9.2B Regan ,._._u_.. 11-3 5 1 2 opted council fort strong team contenders. Magill
Rochester $-2. Richmond 1.1. (2nd game -Fairly. HR-W. Davis. Mays. SFMcCovey. -Tracewski. 38-H1rt. Wills Pa? Rakow .._...... 12.3 3 1 1 0 1NavarroL,0l..123 Asked if the 26-year-old master persons in the area. town paid
J Kuenn.Marichal ., an. HR- Howard 2. Snider. SB Mays, 5 I 3 3 from Canberra ha I sod .1111011 57lsdown lights. Saturday that
re'on.o"fl. : i J. AJou. S-Miller. SF-Pagan. plumber He said the ; t
Atlanta 4-1. (2nd game 10lacksonvUJe IP "It ERIBSO Fairly. Lolich ..........21-32 S I 32 rep
W, 4-0.9' I 3 3 2 5' IP H R EB BB SOHendley Egan ........... 1 O' 0 S 1 a sponsor or represented ai:I and growing,light are up H. Day and Henry Brow at least seven ,
S-4. Buffalo 1-4. xWUihlt 0.. 1-2 .. 1 S 5 % 1 5 .......... a 4 4 2 1SIiaw.W3I..4 ., xLamab ...... 4 5 6 6 1 5 behind the best balanced ever !
-TODAY'S GAMES Ortega 4 2.0 0 1 0PerranosU j. I 2 tMoeiier Heffner ........ 1 3 1 1 1 IRadatzW.20..4 I American golf dub maker b! and in 1964 the sharks will: havei have been guiding forces w b
tOI"umbut at Syracuse Z 2 I 1 S IiFac.d ......... IM 7 4 4 1 1 1" S 14 schedule for the first the drive to secure the new athletic foe the team Cham*
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Iba Says U. S. Cagers Face .

YORK (APSites for Next year the women will play
71pA.zJAyl. Spring Grid he next three USGA Women's their tournament at the Lakewood -

lave been determined. This Country Club, Denver
M&IIIn Tough Road in 64 OlympicsBy -ear's event will be held at the Colo. In 1966 the amateur will

Drills TodaySpring Prairie Dunes Country Club, be held at the Sewickley Heights

lutchinson, Kan., Aug. 17-22. Golf Club, Sewickley, Pa.IPIBIil .
A. JERRY SCARBROUGH "Of course, I'm not in Russia.I 'pro or quit playing. We can't always football drills get un- .....

5NJl16UOt r1xf>.MAnoaMULrt STILLWATER, _Okla. (AP) don't know all the facts, but I come up with enough top derway today for Gainesville I Illil. I I 'i I I I'I' I? lpun 1 nl !
'GFAdGHo1 do know it takes time for a basketball players in a single to beat
10 lIT A HJ H, "' Until the curent touring I UJ5. year High School with the initial
60nm Mti: team to get organized. teams other countries have as-
practice set from 3-5:30 today
K1u.RWmMnyI basketball team went behind the p.m.
s swwelt+e "The Russians still have their sembled over the "
\Wt itr years. at the school.
Iron[ Curtain, Russia had never
WHEN IT ANDS, uua IN A 1960 Olympic team. We don't. I
WITHOUT&A05PM. Aa4AluwrrrANartsatrr AHDt3ENFVa beaten an American squad with "We have no carryover players II I Need Shooters Coach Jim Niblack said the INITARKE I
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ovrN WITh'1E B'IL ai Nm u lOVPcSn any regularity.But ; from year to year. Most turn I' The largest obstacle, Iba says, 'Canes will work those hours I
>iTlltul9f> r tLOPYOF this group'containing five could be a lack of good outside Monday through Thursday and L
:wE U'Ft FOOr. RA11wg 1wTNBCWErceiS
CEwtNtnOcnF' Olympic team members, has I I shooting. will scrimmage from 7:309:30 _

S Ll9AwmaAWtP LAND!! TTWtOHtfWHATVCO'SHE ENV.wic won only two of eight games "We're as big and strong as Friday'night at H arr i s Field. I

.. AAa 5ortwtw ? against Russian and Polish anybody when we have our en- Next week there will be three 1 iMKd..k.
&,lPlt"IMRCUGIfm M16WTCAU.Ar SPORTSMAWS'DIGESI rs4 i i
a 'FAr teams. tire team together. We have days of drills with the scrim- w.
b c 6 Ja1 MAalreye
M'HOt tn+ot; ,.. Henry Iba, coach. .of the U.S. good corner and inside shootingand mage on Thursday, May 14. The vo:

PlCi!. Olympians, Isn't on the tour, but .y a&& good rebounding. But I'm following week the 'Canes will r3 t I r l I IG

.AYrae, he's keeping out a watchful eye ,............- rp worried about our outside shoot- work four days with the annual j
while attending to his duties as MIX CROW CALLS ing. Purple and White contest to be

oi Oklahoma State University bas- FOR EXCITEMENT played at Citizens Field on Fri DRIVE-IN SHOPPINGOPEN

ce Not tram a AreA ketball coach and athletic direc- "Jeff Mullins of Duke is our day, May 22, at 8 p.m. 7 to 11 EVERYDAY!
bcNIFWG ARttott tsvilSl best outside shooter. He made
>,IGANAt3tiDPf
oti'a+a tVlti.AtivtssaItts But he and the rest of any practice session at GHS or
The 59-year-old Iba is dubious 'I-V HELP! HELP! HELP our
turraib oIAtACL05ER1D11G Harris Field. The only chargewill
aw.. about the tour, but more be- THIs CAt.l.1S OF A CROW WHO guards, are good, solid playersmore
be for the and White
SEp0.'D11tii I Ml Aflotrr trAU.AarRY'iD Z tNcI1E$ cause of the public's overconfi- HAS MET WITH FOUL PLAY. than great outside shoot- clash. Purple PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR

WI THE GAME tt dence than the team's defeats. 1iW, -. ,i J i .q ers. GAINESVILLE STORES
fCiC t tEuw EAQI tit "Yes, I'm disturbed, very dis- Iba thinks deadly outside GHS, which went 8-0-2 last 1234 NW 16th At. 1023 SE 4th Are.

:MEN0 turbed," he says, "but It's not aEE,see HERE shooting will be a necessity be- year and lost, to eventual state 3725 W. Univ. Av 3809 E. Unix. Av .
., r 5 tswrw so much the losses. The American CALL USED 'TO BRING BACK cause Olympic rules place the champion Coral Gables In the 2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW 16th Blvd.
e. IERR
71 IAt people think we're going to CROW'S FLEEING_ COMPANIONS.14P advantage with a zone defense.On regional playoff, lost 24 seniors. 4105 NW 13th St.

go to Tokyo and win the Olym the bright side, Iba says, Niblack has made many person-
2 *fcS cr? f pics in a breeze. I won't say we "We have one good advantage.We nel switches for this spring. All Brand*-'King SinFilterResular.Cigarettes .

can't win It,but we have a tough CAW! CAW caws I have three weeks to get Among them are moving AI! ctn. $269 I

.." job ahead. CROW'S CALL TO DISTANT ready. That's longer than we'veever Giffen from end to halfback, Al

Nr Iba thinks the touring team FRIENDS TO RALLY AROUND IN had before. Simmons from halfback to end,

Nr Nicklaus Victor "is a good bunch of boys, WHEN FIGHTING A DREADED ENEMY. "And we will be ready. I'm Bobby Roundtree from fullbackto Grade "A" LARGE Fresh Florida-in carton
TWO HUNTERS WORK not saying we'll win, but we'llsure
coached by good coaches. end, Alex Druash from half-
TOGETHER,ONE CAN START ON "
I 'I'm convinced they would THE FIRST CALLTHEN HIS BUDDY try hard. back to fullback, Charles Smith EGGS..doz.39cKing

have all right if they had been : JOINS IN WITH THE SECOND from fullback to halfback, Kim-

"in Champs' Event given sufficient time to prepare. OR CAN THIRD CONTINUE CALL.HIS FIRST CALL CALLER, OR Daytona mie Hilton from guard to cen- SizePEPSICOLA

... Most of them had never played JOIN PARTNER. SIMULTANEOUSMIXING ter, Skippy Perkins from guardto 6 Bot. Carton
together. They didn't have time OP CALLS CREATES A tackle and Steve Tenny from
-LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP-Golf Nicklaus' victory Sunday was to get organized. .RACKET FEW CROWS CAN RESIST.. Hikes ItsFSL end to defensive safetyman. or Reg. Size C
star Jack Nicklaus is no sheik no walk in as it was a year ago. COCA COLA
Niblack said two platoon
but he must love the desert. "The way I finished, some LeadBy
i* football is a goal of the 'Canes
else should have the
one won
Nicklaus, heading today with this spring with attempts to be BAVARIAN SELECTBEER
Northern
tournament, said Jack. He referred Dancer THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
his fellow pros to the $75,000 to his last round 73 for a The Daytona Beach Islanderswere made to weld both an offensiveand 6 >h <*n 79cGENESSEE
Colonial Invitational at Fort defensive units. If this does
72-hole of 279 which
score was one and one-half games
Worth, has extracted $38,000 in work GHS will continueits
out
not
six more shots than he requiredin ahead in the Florida State ,
one year from Las Vegas tour- the 1963 event. Pinilico BoundWillie League today after beating the old pattern of playing its or CARLING

naments. I II I Miami Marlins 6-0. best boys both ways. BEER 2 9 tS. 79C
Nicklaus closed out the affairin
He scored his second straight dramatic fashion The league leaders combineda GHS opens its 1964 seas on

Tictory Sunday in the $65,000 however. By KELSO STURGEON I Shoemaker, who rode 12-hi attack with seven Miami against powerful JacksonvilleLee
Tournament of Champions. It Needing only a par 4 on the Associated Press Sports Writer Hill Rise offered I errors to stretch their mar- in the Gator Bowl on Sept. BLUE RIBBONBEER
18th[ green to win, he sank a no excuse for
umph tfas worth brought 12000.$13,000 His, and 1963 last tri- 42-foot putt for a birdie and a LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP-Ken- his horse, who was trying to !gin derdale.over second-place Fort Lau 18. 6 pk. 99c

winning margin of two strokes. winner Northern catch the winner in the
final
fall his first place in the Sahara tucky Derby
I Ron Mandres hit a three-run Fine
Invitational earned $13,000. Tied for second were Al Gei- Dancer is heading for Baltimoreand sixteenth of a mile. Early in double during a seven-run out ExampleCOLUMBUS
berger, who could well have April, Shomaker decided not to 23Qt. Bottle
the May 16 running of the burst in the sixth inning that
won the tourney, and Doug Ohio APEv-
ride Northern
Preakness, second leg on racing's Dancer in the gave Orlando a 9-1 victory over SeaBoFOREMOST WINE 79c
;Lorenzen Sanders. Each got $6,000. ery weekday since last June 20-
Triple Crown, but trainer Derby, saying he thought Hill Fort Lauderdale. Ron Schermanheld year-old Joyce Young has been

U.S. Open Champion Julius Horatio Luro has a ho-hum at- Rise was a much better horse. the Yankees to four hits, going to the East Side YMCA.

Victor InYankee Boros, Chi Chi Rodriguez, Tom- titude about it all. "Shoemaker rode a perfectrace striking out nine and retiringthe She lifts weights there, under FAVORITE Ya Col. Ctn.

my Jacobs, Don Fairfield and "It doesn't mean much to win too," Luro said., "But last 12 batters to face him. the guidance of Coach Jack To- ICE CREAM 49c
Paul Harney tied at 282, and the Crown the St. two
300'INDIANAPOLIS Triple anymore, somebody has to run second." Petersburg stayed just ler. A nurse at children's hos-
Arnold Palmer, with pairs of off the beating
Argentine said today. "When games pace by
pital, Miss Young (whose meas-
(AP) The 72s and 70s, finished with 284. these three were the only races, Lakeland 7-5 in a game that
urements are 38-23-36) uses her FOREMOST FAVORITE Vi Gal. Ctn.
Sbrth and South are even in the Nioklaus started out three it was different, but now there U. S. Women lasted 3 hours and 10 minutes
Yankee, 300 series. strokes in front of the field. At are dozens of big races for 3- and saw,nine wild pitches, five talent basketball in badminton, volleyball, ICE MILK. 39c
one point he was five shots and calisthenics to
year-olds. Cagers Win by the Saints': hurlers.
Fred Lorenzen, star of the ahead. help other women stay fit.
Sarasota joined Orlando, its
The fact, remains, however,
Southern NASCAR circuit took 'LAS'"VEGAS, Nev. '(AP)' -, that the sweep of the Derby, LIMA, Peru (AP-The" U.S. celler mate, in finally winningits
the second annual stock
car Money winners in the $65,000, Preakness and Belmont stakes team, led by Betty Searles and second game of the season
Mature over Indianapolis Raceway Tournament of Champions included hasn't been accomplished} since I Cindy Wigington, was assured over Tampa, 41.

Si a record Park's 79.127 Road course miles an Sunday hour.A. : Citation in 1948 and is generally I of at least a fourth place finishin Sarasota collected 12 hits but ONE IMPORTANT REASON
the main
considered the in the women's world basketball enemy errors were
Jack Nicklaus, $12,000 biggest prize
J. Foyt, defending champion -
Northern U.S. Auto 68-73-65-73-279 thoroughbred racing. tournament Sunday night, by factor. Only one hit, mixed witha
the
on Club winner of the Yankee Al Geiberger, $6,000 Northern Dancer, of course, rallying for a 50-46 victory over walk and two Tampa throw-
WHY
was Yugoslavia.The ing errors, produced two decis- ARTHUR THOMPSON IS VITALLY INTERESTED IN
300 inaugural last year and in 70-75-67-69-281 off his narrow triumph over the
ive in the fifth.
runs
Contention Sunday until his radi- Doug Sanders, $6,000 favored Hill Rise in Saturday's90th Americans, who have lost THE FUTURE OF ALACHUA COUNTY

ator burst. 71-73-71-66-281 running of the Derby, two games in the final round

Actually, Lorenzen lives In Don Fairfield, $3,020 America's most prestigious robin tourney, trailed most of ArizonaCocaptains

Elmhurst, 111., and Foyt In - : only eligible. The the way against Yugoslavia, including

Houston.. Texas. Chi Chi Rodriguez, $3,020 2shortstriding little colt is the I a 22.16 deficit at inter
69707073282Julius : first Canadian-bred ever to win mission.
:Parnelll Jones, the fastest
qualifier, led for 97 laps around Boros, $3,020 the Derby. TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) Defensive -

fie twisting 2J%mile course but 72-76-66-68-282 Luro, incidentally, gives full I back Larry Fairholm of
was whipped by transmissionand Tommy Jacobs, $3,020 credit to jockey Bill Hartack's Shortstop Dick Groat of the !Montreal and center and line-
clutch trouble and took sec. 70756869282Paul : ability to get the most out of St Louis Cardinals hit .394,backer John Briscoe of Indianola

ond money. The Torrance, Harney, $3,020 The Dancer's talents as the difference -against the New York Mets last Pa., will co-captain Arizona's

Calif., driver, Indianapolis 500: 72-71-70-69-282: in the neck victory, season. :football team next fall. 1

Dinner last year, operates for: Arnold Palmer, $1,850 completed in Derby and track i I eta a
,USAC. 72-72-70-70-284 I record time.
.. Art Wall Jr., $1,650 "The horse is 75 per cent and CLARK'S. : ,
-'Lorenzen, who set a record for 72-73-70-70-285. the jockey 25 per cent," Lure :may 46

stock car drivers by winning Gary Player, $1,650 said. "If they both give their ,I

$110,000 last year, called Sun- 71-71-70-73-285; best, you win most of the time. i!
(Jay's race the hardest he ever
won and he had taken five I
straight big ones. II I
1 ELECTDASHWOOD I'I 4RkF5'
;:Lorenzen drove a 64 Ford and 1

Jones a 64 Mercury. All of the 'I
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first five had Fords or Merar 4. BABS ARTHUR CATS BILL


rys.Third COUNTY COMMISSION f car *

in a Mercury was Darel "I ASK YOUR SUPPORT ".., r ilea err;earw ,
Dieringer, Charlotte, N.C.E .
.,. FOR A MAN DEDICATED -1L Gonfaf ns
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SportsI TO GOVERNMENT"PROGRESSIVE N ew R Y u@b car r s r 10 OTHER REASONS.


Briefs Pd. Adv. TIJFSYN'FULL
WHY ARTHUR THOMPSON IS THE BEST QUALIFIED

BURNEYVILLE, Okla.Pete CANDIDATE TO PROMOTE THE GROWTH
Brown came in with a 70 final
AND PROGRESS OF ALACHUA
round and a 72-hole total of 280 COUNTY:

for the title in the $20,000 Waco ? 1-Native of Alachuo County
Turner Open Tournament. Need appliance money
.E 2-Owns and Operates Thompson's Hardware, High Springs

::: ALEXANDRIA, La.-Mickey SET 3-Deacon, High Springs Church of Christ
Wright broke a four-way title Get an HFC
with a 67 final round and won 4-World War II Veteran Member American Legion Post 97

pie Clifford Ann Creel Invitational Big Purchase LoanFor Third Term
5-Serving City Commissioner of High Springs :
Golf Tourney with a 214 .
2btal for 54 holes.IPINEHURST better any off important buying with purchase cash.,You you're an t SPECIALALL 6-First Mayor Commissioner of High Springs

shop anywhere for the bat 7-Member H. S. Chamber of Commerce, Elks Lodge 990
N.C. Dale take of cash
advantage
bargains
Bforey beat Billy Joe Patton 3and v 8-Served as Scout Master Troop 69, Explorer Advisor Post 69
javings. Get that ash from HFC
2 In the finals of the North -repay conveniently.HFC 9-President Alachua County Riding Horse Association
and South Amateur Golf Tourney 4 $3875"
the needs of more
; breaking Patton's 19-match erves money 10--Interested in ,Schools and Better Roads for Alachua County
'than 2 mHlWm people a rear
winning string.
We'd Eke to nave fewBorrow -
'1. PULL LEVER 26A AND ELECT
Burle- .UGIU Uac*tebfr K*pta tax and 4 old tine
J BELOIT WIs. Dyrol
"Zon, Oregon, won the Beloit College ARTHUR W.
mile in4015. Hot a weachl lICIt a reined bat a This A&Weathw NT lire Is tar faMW.
Relays run ;: up to $600 never- *.n-u M Goodyear tq price, but tops In performance,
-M Take up to 24 months to repay with tough 3-T Nylon tire cord. thanks to Its super-miieafa Tuftyn.

;Earlier Games
Ask about Credit LUt Inturane on loan at group rates
No Money Down Easy Terms
:,NEW YORK (AP) Sunday THOMPSONIt

Baseball games in New York are HOUSEHOLD e6@
Starting earlier this year than ; '

.J& Jhe past following a billsigned COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT
by Gov, Rockefeller. The 107 W. University Ave., 2nd Floor VLMIllYC J
Tire i ServiceS.
Xiets start' their I AT LARGE
Sunday games PHONE FRanklin 61524IMR .
'Jf='l:05:. p.m.,'and the Yankees : ....., An UK. *? ,.JlII SJO-Wfay fJ8 to 7 FJL S. Main St. at 4th Aye. FR 6-6563 i (M. ..y.) #
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r Cage .
I the same baseball team in the i j! Sound's Wonderful!
, same season is a record 485. It Ask for FREE BookletOn Earl C Mayj:

Ashivorth Gives elf, Birthday Gift was set in 1930 by New YorkGiant GAINESVJLLE Better Hearing Representing' .
first baseman Bill Terry} The Equitable Lift ; _
NEW YORK (AP-Tiiis Is,((254) and third baseman Fred: HEARING- AID! CO. Assurance Society ..
QJJAXTICO, Va. (AP-Either) day he ran the dash ir of those Lindstrom : 622 N. Main FR 2-6715 FR 2-3576 .:
, 100-jard better shape than I've ever!developments Saturday, big Bob,one ohio so rare days (231)
.
,
Gerry Ashworth's ____ .-L
birthday 9.4 seconds when -- -- -- -- -
tying the meet record een. j Hayes once again equalled his>i the New,York Knicks are 1. -- I
care Qusntico,a day too early, or the over a track that was just Joe Lynch of Georgetownwas (pending world record time in;first. i I I

too'Jate.The Relays ended a "day,beginning to dry out after foul named the top performer the 100, Randy Matson of Texas, First, that is, at getting their'
days of rainy weatehr And, he I in the Quantico Relays after he A&M broke his own national,pick of the cream of the crop oCil i TRIMESTERSYSTEM .
former Dartmouth star(Isaid, "I got off to a bad start- ran 4:09.6 to win the invitationalmile freshman shot put mark and!the nation's college senior basketball -,
.was, |. 22 last Friday. The, .* next j a very,bad start." on the heels of a 4:09.8: !two more 16-foot pole vaults players in the National,
',, For Ashworth, a native of I anchor leg Friday that won the l were recorded. Basketball Association's 'annual!

: ,Ha'erhilJ'Iass.., who now livesin distance medley relay. Hayes, the 190-pound flash draft meeting. |
.. PROPANE California, it was the latest But it was a Villanova day as from Florida AIM, whippedover Under the NBA rules the draft':'
step in a go-viest program in an the Wildcats atoned for a miserable the asphalt track at Ten- is conducted in the reverse order -'
IWfS effort to get to Tokyo for the Friday performance in,nessee State in 9.1, matching of the finals standings,
1964 Olympic Games. 'which they unexpectedly lost!(the pending world record time which means the first shall be "
Ashworth won the ICA4A 100J !l last. And by the last being firs
three relays. i for the 100 he has run four
HOTTER THANNATUJlAL yard dash last later the Knicks get first choice.
year came before. Not
times
..: GAS: Noel Carroll anchored the ,II
down with muscle pull and.Wildcats Following in order will be Detroit Working.j
Matson
the
to a 7:36.4 victory in Texas AggieS'j"young
Cook & Heat Water missed nearly all the 1963 out- Stan Baltimore, Philadelphia,
the two-mile relay, and I giant, broke his own national -;
door season. St. Louis, Los Angeles, San
'Low Cost Kozlowski held off Norm Tateof freshman record with a-(/:
Francisco, Cincinnati with the
Off
FR Pays North Carolina College in th880yard e shot put of 64 feet. 10H
'_ 6-5110 The move to California has inches-I''champion Boston Celtics last. ; HAYDON BURNS -
relay in 1:25.7.The 94 inches better than _
paid off, he says-"I'm in much ll} Wildcats' Rolando Cruz man record he established just The Knicks, desperetely need-''

-' The 'I'set a meet record of 15-111,2 in the week before The toss, in a ing a bigman, are expected togo
Home Of Gourmets the pole vault, and Vic Zwolakj triangular meet in Houston, is for either Jim (Bad News)': HAYDON BURNS CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR SAID IN A RECENT;: ,
Try Our Noon Lunchestomattclla's appeared to have'erased a,exactly one foot under Dallas Barnes, Texas Western; Lu-: SPEECH AT GAINESVillE. FLORIDA "WE HAD BETTER TAKE A"'
,
: (mark with an 8:528 in the ,Long's listed world record. cious Jackson, Pan American LONG HARD SECOND LOOK AT THE TRIMESTER PLAN BEING USED
T ( College Willis IN OUR STATE UNIVERSITIES."
.000-meter steeplechase until I Top Vault ; or Reed Gram. I

'706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE the course was found to be 191: Bob Neutzhng of Ohio State'tiling, as their first choice. All A FEW DAYS LATER A SURVEY CONDUCTED BY FLORIDA STATE
are in the 6-8 to 6-10 with
,
.I feet short. became the first Big Ten competitor -\Reed the tallest. range ; UNIVERSITY IN SEEKING A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE TRIMESTER
.. \i Record Falls to clear 16 feet in the i SYSTEM AND THE SEMESTER SYSTEM SHOWED THE FOLLOWING
Vocational Program Ira Davis, the Philadelphia pole vault, going onequarterinch i RESULTS: C1. .
Pioneer club's two-time Olympic over that height in a meet The best one season runs-bat-

****r< HARRY EVANS WILL PROVIDEA i veteran, did 51-103i in.theitriple with Michigan State at East: ted-in total achieved by t wo 1. Trimester operation fails to provide for assimilation: reflection, _
GOOD VOCATIONAL jump, breaking the meet Lansing.And players on the same team is digestion, maturation-in short, the education provided has no depth.
PROGRAM :record and Russ Rogers of the in Norfolk Va., John 347. The mark was set in 1931 .
FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. :Grand Street Boys tied the 120 Pennel of Miami went 16 feetinch. by Yankee first baseman Lou 2. A trimester course cannot be the equivalent of a semester course.
Vote For high hurdles standard of 13.8. Vt the 33rd time he has Gehrig ((184)) and right fielder i decrease in the student's course load and/or a decrease in the
In other major track and field I gone over 16 feet. Babe Ruth.!.:).. amount of material in a given course is imoerative.

3.: The increased, pressure under trimester operation has resultedin
.r f, f HARRY EVANS i DAVIS CUP ROUNDUP il i lower quantity and/or lower quality of student output. .

Superintendent of SchoolsPd. 4. Under the trimester system there is less time for faculty research

( Adv.) and creative work.
.r Britain Faces Ireland I
NextBy
5. There is increased exhaustion and fatigue under the trimester

RE-ELECT operation, accompanied by ax prevailing attitude among faculty and
students that education and teaching have been reduced to a HAR-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS} Italy, Germany and France,!the leading role, took the last RIED. FRANTIC RAT RACE.
Edgar Leo Johnson Great Britain, 1963 European:other European Zone favorites,t two singles matches to eliminate
:Zone Davis Cup tennis winner scored impressive victories 6. Trimester operation forces students to neglect reading and think-
I Brazil 41.
1 ALACHUA COUNTY COMMISSION 'and 1964 favorite, meets hapless while Spain and Holland turnedin Russia got past ing.HAYDON.
DISTRICT 1 'Ireland in the second round this a couple of surprises. ':Morocco the same way and by:
AUchu County Native GOVERNOR WILL URGE A NEW STUDY TO
-Gainesville Resident BURNS. AS
the
WIFE: Former MADGE PHINNEY ef Williston :week. The series will be plajedat I Italy dropped a singles matchto same margin. Holland,:
FAMILY: Eastbourne, England Thurs- Egypt at Bari after clinching j I which hadn't reached the ABANDON TRIMESTER PLAN IN FAVOR OF A MORE WORKABLE PRO-
DAUGHTERS Janet (Ag.IO) ft Carol (age I) sec
GRAM TO START IN 1965.BURNS.
"r:5,' METHODIST WY E -BUSINESSMANDEMOCRAT ,day, Friday and Saturday. (the decision and won 4-1. Ger-'ond round in years, turned back
: 3 : Britain completed its first j many swept five matches from,Hungary 32.
a y Executive Secretary Pla Waterways Assn. round chores Saturday, beating Belgium, using second string ;
Capable Dedicated
te Good Government
,Austria 5-0. Ireland had to go,players in the last two singles. Other weekend matches saw VOTE FOR FLORIDA'SNEXT .
EXPERIENCED IN GETTING THINGS DONE! all the way and get some help France made it 5-0 over Bulgaria Norway defeat Portugal 4-1 and
THE RECORDNew from the weather Sunday to defeat -" :|Rhodesia :
Alachua General! Hospital; Long-range roads const plan Switzerland 3-2. Wind and, Argentina and Denmark also' Earlier defeat Israel 41. HAYDON GOVERNOR
Subdivision regulations Sidewalk to public schools rain which interrupted play a I came through the first round, Yugoslavia and Swe-:
Planning Gr Zoning Program New County Courthouse; :couple of times at Dublin didn'tbother without losing a match, against I den had scored first round vie-. Full-time Civil
Recreation Defense Prog
Water Resources Development Planning Full-time Veterans Service Off.Regional : Ireland's Peter Jackson 'Turkey and Finland, respec- j tones and South Africa and I'
Library & Bookmobile More efficient county govt. :and Derek Arthurs as much as I tively. I Czechoslovakia had reached the
Stable leadership & Coopera- it did their opponents. Spain, with Manuel Santana in :second round by defaults. L
Long-range mosquito cont. plan ton in government at all levels ________ ,_ 0;
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Stable & Conservative Tax Base The Paynes Prairie Project
Zoning Roads Recreation Fish & Wildlife Management JIM WERSHOWCOUMTY "
County Aoncultural Center Natural Resources Conservation "
New Industry Development:: Continued Progress

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I before Afachua I exposed County his Affairs formation and use of the CAA as a vehicle for his personal controlof

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Efficient Editorial issues.is listed "The Sun's Policy" which states: publish all sides of important controversial -



JOE CREVASSE DATE 10 March 1964 r '3.-ittf" ,SUN PUBLISHER SPEAKS AT

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no constitution has been able to provide. When the newspapers and government crawl in bed
Law Enforcement ': together THE PEOPLE HAVE BEEN ADULTERATED." he said.


I .j', DATE: 28 April 1964 I VII. PROOF OF THE TRUTHThe I

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CONCLUSION :
: tls You Have Had Such Service for The Past 108 Months
i I The Gainesville Sun's handling of the State Representative race has resulted in the newspaperand

: SHERIFF JOE PROVIDED IT : '\. government ADULTERATING THE PEOPLE OF ALACHUA COUNTY.

Jo" .. Representative Turlington has set himself up as "MR. BIG" by using such devkes as.Annexation -
Formation and use of CAA Control of City Government by CAA Reapportionment -
and greater control attempt to Strip Right to Vote on School Superintendent Expanding
I City Commission Hold the use of unaccounted "Slush Funds" ,- and other slick

I : Keep your Sheriff L and shrewd maneuvers.

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Coleman GetsAdvancement : i )' ,. Mathews is .'- :;! I


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By SheriffThe 4 :4 M Er d. .

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Alachua County Sheriff's I best forAlachua :.
office has announced the promotion & .
of Walter J. Coleman to .
Sergeant in Criminal Investiga -:
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Coleman has received many County" -
commendations from his super -
,iors, prosecutors and judges for :
outstanding Investigative work, t -
the Sheriff's office reported.He .
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Investigator in the state of Florida '. '- .
according to his boss,
Sheriff Joe Crevasse..
He attended Florida Memorial MATHEWS' RECORD OFACCOMPLISHMENT
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served as a Technical Ser wishes to express his APPRECIATION to the citizens of
in the Amry during World
geant for'the and considerate
courteous reception
County
Alachua
for rail.
War II and worked a .
road before he joined the they have given to his candidacy.
Sheriff's office in 1949. .

He and his wife, Laura, re
aide at 1112 SE Seventh Ave. He is especially GRATEFUL to his many loyal workers for .
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their tireless efforts in his behalf.
4 Fail in Church I
HIGHER EDUCATIONSenator

IntegrationMEMPHIS He urges every voter to exercise his right and privilege as
jI Mathews wrote the constitutional amendment for University con-
MEMPHIS (AP-A Presby an American citizen to go to the polls tomorrow and cast '
struction and steered it to passage through the Legislature. This amend ,

terian white minister and Negro joined students a groupof in his ballot for the candidate of his choice. ment passed overwhelmingly by the people-Alachua County voted 7 to

an unsuccessful attempt to integrate 1. This one amendment will mean approximately $15,000,000.00 in new
Second Presbyterian buildings at the University of Florida.
Church Sunday. IF YOU WISHTransportation Senator Mathews has served and still serves as Chairman of the Legislative ; ""
Dr. Carl Prichett of Bethesda, Council Committee on HIGHER EDUCATION and knows more about
Md., and a small group of college To The Polls 1
students left quietly after the problems and their solution than any other candidate.

reading a statement and being
turned back by ushers. PLEASE CALL TEACHERS SALARIESMATHEWS

Prichett led the unsuccessful
opposition at the recent General 376-6559 LED THE FIGHT FOR THE SCHOOL PACKAGE BILL RAIS-
376-9012 t\
Assembly of the Presbyterian or ING TEACHERS PAY AND GIVING COUNTIES CREDIT ON THEIR AUTOMOBILE
Church in the U.S. (southern
MONEY PURPOSES.
TAG FOR SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION
) against selection of Second Pd. Adv.
Presbyterian as the site of next .
year's General Assembly. j SUNLAND TRAINING.CENTER.

Senator Mathews sponsored and steered to passage in the Legislature bills '

'. strengthening the programs at Sunland Training Center.

NON-POLITICAL ADMINISTRATION '

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4 Mathews inaugurated and led to passage the plan, hailed by educators-, ,

H UL for a Board of Regents for more effective, more uniform and strictly \
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Sel1otor leadersh OUr State ;

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He fsnl missing much that goes on in the world.He's getting because we'E."J ack" : c ontr Hues to
study
Mathews
the news,and the inside dope behind the news. He's deliberately need hoc IS Oly .
OUr
submerging himself in his paper in a mood of taking all it has to give. 1963 TOTAL AD DOLLARS help il1 Alachua k Mathe Ws. Jack Cdrdi d ate {Or G .

If an ad about cars or liquors or maybe suburban real estate $ .pg Coun h'. Mot hew s'overnor

gets his attention,he's ready to soak up all the facts you can give hirr use ;l.tu Win With .
The newspaper is the place where tell $.78 _. Sincerely I
you can your whole story, "" "
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to receptive prospects. So whatever you want to sell them, OSEE R. ..-- ,' !" ",
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tell. them about it in the newspaper. Newstv.. Mags. Radio ;;; S tate Re FAGAN .
papers Present < ,
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MORE MONEY IS. INVESTED IN NEWSPAPERS THAN IN'ALL OTHER MAJOR MEDIA"COMBINED!

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NOTICE lu CREDITORS'
FLORIDA STATUTES i Humble StartNEW I

f IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY,
JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA I

: IN RE PROBATE.IN : ESTATE. OF YORK (AP) Columbia ELECTDASHWOOD \ :

Austin Deceased.LlttKlohn Kimlnlt. i..f.I Universitys' School of En- :

To _All Creditors and Persons Having HICKS .
Claims or Demands Against Said Estate CLEAt4IJPf'AJrftJP gineering and Applied Science, a' .

: which will celebrate its 100th
You and each of you are hereby no
lifted and required to I COUNTY
present
any
claims and demands which you or ei fl)(.-UP anniversary Nov. 15, 1964, start- .
ther of you may have against the es I COMMISSIONER I I 9
tate of Austin Llttlejohn Kimball deceased \ \ |f [RAKTfVT -uvI ed life in the cellar rooms of a
late of said County. to the County -
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Judge of Alachua County Florid, former deaf and dumb asylum Alachua County is one of the foster .,. ,.
at his office In the court house of said I I.
County at Gainesville. Florida within on Columbia's old 49th Street': growing counties in the Stte of -

six calendar months from the time of Florida. This growth needs leader-
the first It its second
I publication of this notice. Each campus. spent academic
elalm or demand shall be in writing ship in its planning.
'and ,shall state the place of residence year in a former broom I Pd. Adv.
and post office address of the claimant
I 'Ind ,shall be sworn to by the claimant ICJ -- factory. I
',Us agent his attorney and any avch
'l latm or demand not so filed shall be
t. old*
NORMA MALTBY KIMBALL I Did You Know That. ?
As executrix of the Last Will .:
and Testament of o o
Austin Little|ohn Kimball, ..
deceased .
Irst publication April 27 19AX. Ralph Turlington
093\ 4 27; 5: 1. 11. 11

*, the Court of the County Judge, A' chug
xjoty, EJQdda....IA-Probate. L .
n re: Estate-ef ._ ; '
IDA MAE WILLIAMS :
DKeawes. ,
o ,All Creators and Persons Having voted YES
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:lawns or entMcll. Against Said Es-
ate: -i 0lXi
You and each of you are hereby not.
e<* and required to present any claims

dose r.nd-; may demands have which against you.the est or ie either of IDA of ? LET TRASH BLOW Off THE A COVER OVER LOOSE TRASH -
For
MAE WILLIAMS deceased le of said The Increased Auto Tag Tax
"ounty. to the County Judge of Alachu ,
,:ounty. Florida at his office In the BACK OF OP5N TRUCKS.. BEING HAULED To THE DVMP- SItE
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ourt house of said County" at Alachua DURING THE LAST SESSION OF THE LEGISLATUREC.S.B.
!--lorlda within six calendar inonths from
'e-tlm. of the first publication of this 1395, 17 JUNE, 1963, JOURNAL OF
'Dt je.: Each claim or I demand shall be !
n writing, and shall state the place of HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESAUTO
esidence and post office address of the

j .claimant:claimant and agent.shall attoaney.fce. sworn and to any by such the I Princess Irene Misses Rally t I II Mullion. The colt earned $345- highest E uro p can 3 year-old TAX COSTS SHOULD BE REDUCEDIF

laim or demand not so filed shall be r 000 in 1963, making him the money winner.

'Old. Leona Har4'Admlnlstr.rhr I| I MONTEJURRA, Spain (AP- alissimo Francisco Franco, reportedly -I I AM ELECTED, I WILL FIGHT TO


I cf, IDA MAE I WILLIAMS of the Estate, deceased The Spanish Carlists, who have passed the word that I Who's JUSTISS? REPEAL THIS ADDITIONAL TAX BURDEN

sought the throne in
',9ARTON & Spanish
BURWEIT.tternevs the Carlists' leader Prince Just What's a
j \ for Adminitratrlx vain since 1833, held their an-

I 12 ainesville Southeast, Florid First Street nual rally Sunday without their Carlos of Bourbon-Parma, and PUBLIC DEFENDER? ; RICHARD J. WILSON

3314) 3:1.11.18.25/ new leading lady.Spain's his bride, Princess Irene of the Who CARES?
I Plain See orange blue and gold handbill\
NOTICE UNDER ICTITIOUS NAME CANDIDATE FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
I STATUTE Netherlands should stay around town & Sun classified sea a.
_away
chief of state Gener-
I Notice t Is hereby liven that the under Pd. Adv.
.igned! desiring to engage In business tinler from the annual pilgrimageto I .
the fictitious reme of EL REY on NOTICE TO APPEAR. -
I 'I.S. Highway 441 South of the City of TO: ETHEL M. BRASINGTONCO Montejurra, a mountaintopshrine PrettyPlain
ainesville AlachuJ County Florida In- Mr. Gary Hughes
I ends to register tit said name with the Cope.Rural South Route Carolina 2 in northeast Spain. I Beware of Unproven Imitations !
, clerk: of the Circus: Court of Alachua:
.ounty. Florida. I IsRAUL You are hereby notified that suit for as can be prettyas
divorce has been filed against by The in
you newlyweds stayed
U RIVES be
I JOHN J. BRASINGTON SR.. in the Circuit can the versatile Re-Elect and
Sole Owner j
Court of Alachua County in Chan- Madrid and sent Car wonderful KeepCLAUDE
KU) 4:13. 20, 27/ 5:4 messages. white i
cery and you are required to serve a
OTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER copy of your answer or pleading to said los predicted the cause would upper leather skimmer
FICTITIOUS NAME Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney. S.
Pursuant to Section S&iW. Florida Staites L. SCRUGGS. P. O. Box 197 Gainesville eventually succeed, and Irene II pump that pays nice
Florida. and file the original in the office
notice Is hereby given that the compliments to bit '
nderslgned. 1A. L. Jones and K. M. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Gainesville said she would attend the rally I every .
crown, doing business under the firm Florida on or before the 1st day of your summertime i
same of J .. L Stripinf Co.. Box 12015 of June 1964: otherwise. the allegations next wardrobe.
year.
Jnlversity Station Gainesville. A I achua of said Complaint will be taken as confessed -'
(county Florida Intends to register said by you.
IctltioUs name under tie provisions of Dated this 28th day of April. A. D., An estimated 100,000 Carlists
he aforesaid Statute. 944.
Dated at Calnesville.; I\on da, this > day J. B. Carmichael made the pilgrimage to the
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
BRANDON
D.
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M. U JONES Alachua County. Florida mountain.
By Cherriee Hales
3245) 4:13. 20. 27; S:4r
Deputy Clerk
INVITATION BID 3310) 5:I, 15. 22, 29"The
'Jotlct Is kereby gen that the Board of Irish DerbyDUBLIN v
e 'ounty Commission- of Alachua County Division of Plant Industry. State
Florid hereby gals for and requests Department of Agriculture will receive
bids for the follov4nj materials to be sealed bids at Room 508 Seagle Bulldma. .
Irish
I purchased by said Board for and on behalf Gainesville Florida no later than 11.00 (AP) The '

,,. One of(1)Alachua only Florida weight: carload, A.M.application Monday.of granular May 11. Insecticide 1944. for the by Derby, set for the Curragh, He Has Done A Good Job For You 1/

af fence wire of: single engine aircraft. Applications to County Kildare for June 27, will
(a) 200 each spools of galva-I start about May 21st at approximately .
nized barbed CJIV'] per spool not 12 localities In 3 counties of west Florida carry at least $180,000 in purse -J -
less than 82 point 14 gauge covering approximately 18,90acres ,,
I barbs spaced five Inches i (plus or minus 50 per cent) Interested ,money. $29g
12ft gauge stre contractors may request a copy of the I Last year's race was won by LOOK AROUND AND SEE THE IMPROVEMENTS
(b) 100 each "t rod rolls. design No detailed contract from the Gainesville FOR
1047 47" high ICfcars. ," stay spacing office." Ragusa who: was bred in Irelandby HE HAS HELPED TO BRING YOU
10 gauge top and pttom wire. 12V gauge (3313) 5:'.
line wits, weight roll not 11LEGAL American sportsman Harry
and stay per CONTINUEDPROGRESS
less than 119 Ibs. 1 NOTICE USE CENTRAL CHARGE More and Better Roads New Parks, Playgrounds, & Boat
Specifications shel be In accord with the The University of Florida will receive F. Guggenheim. R a gu sa was
U. S. Department Commerce. National bids for the general class of commodities Ramps
sold for $12,000 at the Dublin New Courthouse
Bureau of StandfJs, Simplified Practice as Indicated below. Interested bidders
Recommendation!9.47. may obtain forms specificationsand ADVERTISEMENT BOB'SSHOE Effective and Sensible Zoning andPlanning
Bids on dourest wire only. Specifica- other Information by contacting the New Hospital I Facilities WITH ECONOMY
tions to accomp;* each bid. Purchasing Division Room 104, Tioert! ," '-" "" ,
The bids shall(be f.o.b. Gainesville, Hall. University of Florida Gainesville
Florida. I Florida. Improved Mosquito Control School Sidewalk PULL LEVER
The bids shall I In a sealed envelope STORE Program
within an envefe and the envelope 44-P-37 U of F Press PubLcation: No. 268
Full
Time Civil Defense Director
nearly marked I Bid on Fence Wire." 10:30 May 18, 1944 Added Library Services 25 A rfy4
All bids must Mi In writing and deliveredby T. N. Wells 21 W. University Ave.
hand or mef to the Board of County Director of Purchasing i iI
Commissioners I Alachua County at the (3312) 5:4. 11 I OPEN FRI. 'T IL 9 (Pd. Adv.)
courthouse on f before 2:30 P.M., May CALL FOR BIDS I I

12. 164. I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS __ __ u __ _ -- _
The Board of aunty Commissioners reserves !- Sealed proposals for the construction.:
the ri* to reject any and all
Including the furnishing of all necessary 1
'Ids and to w e Informalities.G. materials machinery labor and equipment -
M. AVIS. of the listed
building below' tow
CHAT AN BOARD OP financed pursuant to a loan contract ,vow '
COUtff COMMISSIONERSALA between Clay Electric Cooperative, COMING YOUR WAY!
A COUNTY FLORIDA Inc, and the United States of Amer.
(32M 4 27; .. ca, by the Administrator of the Rural

IN THE CltfUIT COURT OF FLORIDA Electrification Administration and desIgnated -
EIGHTH J ICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND Fla. 14. will be received by '
h- owner on or before 10:00 o'clock
FOR ALAOUA COUNTY. IN CHAN-
: R AM, ES.T., May 28, 1964 at Its of-
RE ice located at Keystone Heights Florida --
IN : HNSON SECURITY CO. To
at which time and place the proposals
INC. NOTICE OF SUIT will be publicly opened and IJ

IN THEFLORIDA AE OF THE STATE OF read.NAME OF KIND OF BUILDING: f \- i$ t?...i

Y0. H. f Walls. whose place of rest- Electric Meadowbrook: Cooperative.Branch Inc:.Office Fla. -for 14.Clay THRILL TO THE EXCIT rf'
Idene Is unknown if living and
LOCATION
If d41. the unknown heirs. de- Orange Park: Florida. } ING ADVENTURES OP
vise grantees, or ether claimants >,
The plans and specifications, together -
der the said H. F. Walls.
with all necessary forms and documents 'a THE LEGENDARY FIG
All persons claiming as creditors
for bidders,
be
may secured
Inc. .
of hnson Security Co.
from Moore -
and May. Architects at
YOU RE HEREBY NOTIFIED that URE WHO HAS CAP.J -
Gainesville, Florida and from Clay JOHN CONNELLCOUNTY : .
:. R. CARNATION. as surviving
Electric: Cooperative, Inc., at K
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spouse sole heir at law of Lida W. / / WORLD'SIMAGINATION
stone Heights. Florida WED THE
has his upon paymentof g
Johnso Carnation filed Peti-
l
Fifteen Dollars ($15 00) which
lion i the Circuit Court of Alachua payment will be refunded ,.
the to each: bona JUDGE '
Florida seeking appomt-
CQunt fide bidder within ten (10) days after the 4
Trustee for the of
merit e purpose bid opening. Additional sets of plans '1u1,, 'l'
tony ng to him as surviving spouse
Je heir at law of LIda W. Johnson and specifications may be obtained "
CarJion and deceased fee simple title upon payment of Ten Dollars $1000) On May 5th you will give Read

tll, *rtain lands in Alachua County.F which payment will not be subject to verdict in the County
ha. more particularly described as refund. The plans and specificationsmay your
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be examined at the office of th.own.r. Judges election. Please e K.TS.
"' examine
pen 1(5 feet N of the SW .
toner of Block 1. Lot 15. of Brown's The owner reserves the right to the facts carefully.)
Addition to Gainesville. Florida then waive minor Irregularities or errors In t.
run N 12V* feet for a point of begin the proposal. If It appears to the owner -
ning. Then run E 132 feet to a stake: that such irregularities or errors THE FACTS : ,
then run N 12V feet to a stake then were made through inadvertence. Any
run W 132 feet to a stake; then run S suCh Irregularities or errors so waived
nvt feet to a stake; at -the point of must be corrected on the proposal priorto The only thing the opposition -
beginning. The same being a lot of Its acceptance by the owner.
I, land S2ft feet by 132 feet lying and The owner reserves the right to reject has offered is that
botdering on the E side of North any or all. proposals ., .
Ninth Street. In City. of Gainesville. CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE. me is an attorney. The facts ;:-w:-:- .

Fieri Ja. INC that 19 of Counties Ulant ."
By: E. T. Martin Executive are our ] b j

r andCommence 396 feet W of the SE corset Manager I in Florida have non-attor-I ..
of lot number 15 Brown's Add- Dated: April 16. 1964 helot
.I n.n.--....uIU.__ Florida_. then run- (3292) 4:27: S:.. 11 Ineys for County Judge and Slln dcY J

P N46Seel for the point of beomninqf IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY some of them probate more : -
f feet N MS feet E i
THen run W 132 ; JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FLOR- POGO ;
132 feet; S 145 feet to place of beginning IDA. IN PROBATE.IN estates than this court. He; .
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RE: Estate of has been unable l -1
and to point to
Elizabeth Winters Weintraub .
Also. The Brown's S'A of Block Addition(or Lot to )Gaines-Number Deceased a single one of these mend B C a J.t: )I'
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ville. Alachua County. Florida, except Claims or Demands Against Said Estate and say he hasn't done a' '-- .
described parcel
the following
i viz Commence at the SE corner of You: and each of you are hereby good job. The Attorney's I
Block 13. and run W 66 feet to a point I
i notified and to
required present
any handle the estates and the :
ef beginning then run W 44 feet;
claims( and dem *'s which you. or el-
then run N 2'/4 feet; then run E 66 Court's is FLINTSTONES
her of you. may have against the es- responsibility to ,
feet; then run S 12V feet to the point
late of Elizabeth Winters Weintraub
deceased -
ef, which was heretofore that follow the '
I beginning late of said County to the see they pro-
claim deed to
conveyed by quit County Judqe of Alachua County. v -
per procedure.: There are de-
I James Foreman. Florida, at his office In the court houseof
the legal to said lands being in JOHN- said County at Gainesville. Florida finite steps (spelled out by -

!:i SON corporation.This SECURITY CO.Is. INCa brought dissolved In the within of six the calendar first publication months from of this theme law) that have to be fol- U G) WINKY RYATT }i;:

proceeding notice. Each claim or demand shall ben .
lowed and I
Circuit Judicial Circuit.In am certainly'capob'e
: Court. Eighth
writing and shall state the place ,
I I and for Alachua County. Florida. In of 1 residence and post office addressof of familiarizing -
entitled IN RE:
Chancery and Is
the claimant and shall be to
sworn
JOHNSON SECURITY CO. INC. You by the claimant his agent his attorney myself with them. Between "
are retired to file your written defense and such claim demand not sA STEVE
any or ROPER
or answer to said Petition filed herein so filed shall be void May 5th and January 1 1st I l': _
en or before the 20th day of May. 1944. -S-IRVING WEINTRAUBAs will audit the .., :
courses at ---
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and to serve a copy of such answer or executor of the Last Will
defense upon Gray. Chandler O'Neal. and Testament of University of Florida Law ,.
Box 44. Gainesville -
Carlisle & Avera. P. O.
Florida. Petitioner's Attorneys deceased Elizabeth Winters Weintraub. school and will visit other

herein on or before said date as First publication April 27. 1964. familiarize O
County Judges to -
I required by the laws of Florida. If you (3291) 4:27; J: 4. 11, 1..
...1to/ do so a Deere Pro Confesso myself with procedure.The i
will bf entered against you for the relief NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
I demanded In the Petition. This notice I NAME LAW duties: of ALL Constitutional .
snail be published once a week for NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
j four consecutive weeks In the Gainesville the undersigned desiring to engage in offices are spel- : starting May 10 in the

I I' hi Gainesville.Daily Sun.Alachua a newspaper County.published Florida business Gainesville at 2022 Alachua N.E. County.23rd Boulevard.Florid,1 led out by low. This one ; :

end having a general circulation: In under the name ef A & J SAW AND is no exce tion. The important -
Alaehua County. Florida. MOWER COMPANY. Intend register --4H- .
Witness my hand as clerk ef the saM he said name with the ':k of the t'ling: is the manner in -t ri+s \_ "' +"_:>1 '.\ i r.; ,....... ..
I Circuit Court of Alachua County. Florida Circuit Court of Alachua County. FlorS 'which "handle these ,. ,
and the seal of the said Court at Ida. you
Gainesville Alachua County. Florida ( ) SAM JACKSONS duties" within. the frame- \
an this 17 day of April, A.D.1964. ( ) JOE ANDERSON
J. B. Carmichael Clerk H. G. BATES Of BATES t JONES work of the law. "
BY: Cherrlee Hales 11 W. University Avenue
Deputy Clerk P. O. Box 39iainesville I am qualified by educa- .

(Court Seal) Florida tion and experience to hon- :
J271) 4 20. 27; 5:4 11 (3290) 4: 27; S: 4. 11, II ;. r1'
die the responsibilities of i '- -

'this office. My education in ; JR

KEEP STABILITY!Criminology my experience
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I
'as a Probation and Parole <&at1tt5uitle S.UU

;i:Supervisor a Counselor at .\ ;

M. : IN THE OFFICE OF :Sunland Training Center, a

Psychiatric Social worker at ,

I TAX ASSESSOR Florida State Hospital, anda

Keep J. PIERCE business owner are com-

patible with the duties of

t I the court.

On May 5th retire the

SMITHPd. incumbent & elect John

Adv.) Connell County Judge. "You

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THIS is.Our .. .. [I Top Fashion Model Works Hard, Eats Little Gets Rich I

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By NANCY EATON Wilhelmina discusses her life pIe like working with me. 1: crank callers pleas for assist- and restaurants. So she com- azine. She's not worried because I

.' NEW YORK (AP-The stu- in a taxi to her next appoint- come in on time and don't give ance are constant headaches. promises her resentment at being she thinks she'll be married by

Town : dio springs to life and WilheImi- ment. "I enjoy every minute. them any problems." Then there are the New York used with the need to be then. Now she says "the pro-
It's a tremendously excitingway and editors playboys, who she "take
na enters, stunning in a three Photographers says, seen.Wilhelmina posals are there but the feeling
piece red suit to live. Also of course it'sa agree. They say she interprets you out because they want to plans to model isn't. But I must marry or my
great income. But you must fashion, that she never shows be seen with a beautiful worn- three or four more years. Aft- life won't be fulfilled. Woman is
By JEAN CARVER JjlIi The art director poses her, a never lose the realization that temperament.By an." But as a model it's important -: er that she might take a job born to raise a family and makea
I stylist smoothes a fold in the it's not always this way. You now it's the middle of the to be seen at night clubs I with an agency or fashion mag-; man'happy.H .
BOSTONBusybodies that Her well publicized arrest!girl's suit the camera flashes.A must save ahead.' afternoon. Wilhelmina, whose f I. .
Ii I i we are, reporters on vacations came during the last series of change of pose, another pat Wilhelmina knows she is at day started at 10, has three
are suckers for an interesting racial outbursts in St. Augustineafter to the costume and the camera the top. She got there, she says, more bookings and no time for

",, interview. Negroes were turned away flashes again. through hard work, natural ability lunch. But it's an easy day.H
Somehow, talking to fun people from white church services."It and luck. "Modeling can't Some start at seven and last
isn't work, These men work fast. They be learned in school. You
anyway. really past midnight. She never has
is hard to pin down why I I
have to. This is Wilhelmina
Since the initial stories about one
have to be born with a feeling lunch because she'd rather eat
went the retired Episcopa.1bishop's ,of New York's most
72 year-old Mrs. Malcolm popular For it." She doesn't have to bother her daily ration of one bowl of
Peabody's protest visit to St. wife explained. "I models, and she earns $60 an with fashion shows, but she soup, in the evening. The diet t
Augustine and her subsequent suppose but when it sounds awfully asks for pious, hour. At that rate, she can make does all kinds of photographicwork I doesn't bother her, she says. THANISFROM.
anyone helpI
arrest before slew $80,000 a year. Wilhelmina was if weren't I'd
just Easter a -cosmetics and clothes, "Even I modeling
to if I it.
try see can give .
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of "how come" on magazine covers "
and
"why" advertising and editorialShe never let myself go.
questions came to mind. She went to St. Augustine at year, is booked weeks in advance works hard to maintain Most evenings are spent on

So when a friend from the the request of church leaders."It .I and never knows whatshe'll her position although "I don't I paper work in her East Side

Boston Globe made the mistakeof seemed natural to see if be doing on an assign- h a veto fight anymore." apartment, with its beige living
'asking "want to meet her?" they could use me." ment until she gets there. She'llwork Thoughtfully chewing a pink room separated from the foyer

last week's little vacation tripto The arrest was unanticipated.I a 12-hour day on nothingbut fingernail, she explains herself: by a smoked-glass mirror, and

Boston, we were off for Cam- "Actually, I felt I wasn't the a bowl of soup. "A client deserves a good job pink and white bedroom, bath

bridge. type to be a very good picketer" In the dressing room, Wilhel for $60 an hour. Some models and kitchen. Fan mail has to be
The tall, white haired woman she explains. "I felt I was mina relaxes with a cigaretteand forget this, and also forget they answered and accounts done.
who smiles quietly and refers too old." cold coffee. She changes to can be easily replaced. I enjoy Wilhelmina's position presents -

I I to herself as "the gover- She realizes the "exploita- street clothes, pins a hair piece, working- and work hard, so pea problems. Income taxes,
old could double tion" of her relation to Massa-
nor's mother brushes her false eyelashes, TODAY FLORIDA!
for Eleanor Roosevelt. chusetts Governor Endicott.Pea-
I He his to adds layers to. her lipstick and .. .... ..........:
I Like the former First Lady, body. gave blessings is ready to leave. Pleased by
: she is tall and slightly stooped. the trip and later told reporters I the booking, she's particularly FRANKIE AVALON -ANNETTE FUNICELLO

I She has a serene smile that reflects -he was proud of his mother's,happy that the clothes fit. STARRING IN

t from her blue gray eves convictions being strong enoughto : SAPAIW-
i out toward her slightly wrinkled voluntarily go to jail in up- They rarely do. Wilhelmina, 5 : "> HM _
I cheeks. holding them. feet 9 and 129 pounds, wears : AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL ui>.IN COLOR *
I "This publicity was not a bit size 12. The yellow blouse at the I
pleasant to the church," Mrs. next booking is an eight. Withno PLUS! "THE BEATLES TOCTOWN | .:

1 People Peabody added. "I was always time to send out for the cor-

concerned about refugees rect size, Wilhelmina and the JAMES BOND IS BACK

In the News when we lived in Syracuse. The stylist tear open the back, rip SEE 007 THURSDAY!
most satisfying thing I ever did out underarm seams, pin in a

I LONDON AP-Queen) Eliza- was helping them." lining.

; beth II has been warned by her While her husband was a bishop .

I doctors to avoid a heavy work in New York, she helped re- Learn to Shoe ;SEE TODAY AIJVESVIUEPMVIIM
I' schedule, and will cut down settle refugees before and dur- TUESDAY TMMTKI,

public appearances during thesummer ing World War II. Many times RENO (AP) -Apparentlythere i 7100,,-,,WM XoW.IU.70.W,-5ot1- ,
court said today families lived with the Pea-
sources 1 3 5 7 9
aren't enough village p.m. Now e 3 Big Color Hits
bodys for months until they
t blacksmiths to around these 6:45 Show 7:20
The 38 birth to go all about brides Open [ RANtSCLAUDE
\ queen, gave were relocated. During the Hun- days. See 2 Late As 9:45Hit
her fourth child Prince Edward garian revolution, four membersof who discover No. 1 At 7:20
six weeks ago. a Hungarian family lived The University of Nevada and their hidden I talents! PAUL NEWMAN
the extension THE PRIZE
with them for several months. agriculture serv-
NEW DELHI (AP) Prime ice announced they are sponsor- PHLIEVWE IMMMTI
Reflecting on her St. Augus- First Run Hit At 9:45
Minister Nehru left New Delhi tine arrest, which may call for ing a short course in horse shoe- Tit ....: e: ELVIS PRESLEY
(,: today on his first trip out of the her return for trial Tuesday, she ing at several Nevada cities COUSINS
capital since he suffered a and towns. The course includes
I I notes: 4I.'t
slight stroke last Jan. 7. instruction in use of the forge fljngaJIKISSIN') Feature
I "There have been a lot of CURTIS
Nehru flew to Bhaisalotan, and how to handle kicking
M. RED FRANKS
very wonderful letters from That Lady?
where he will lay the foundation horses.
people who feel encouraged B ed story of the (Pd. Adv.)
II stone of an irrigation project on And students were asked to STARTS FRIDAY
both Negro and white .It's
the border of India and Nepal. bring their own horses, if pos- M rruea Queen Bee GLENN FORD
I I where live and what fItCTWE.8Llu.&r
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/ NEW YORK (AP-Sir Hugh BRAKE SERVICE INSTRUCTIONAT
strongly that this (racial friction -: II
\ Foot, former British colonial
) is not North South ..... 65e up
or we LUNCH THE GM TRAINING CENTER.
governor of Jamaica and Cyprus UBURBIAORIVr One Full Pound .
just have better laws here than DINNER ... 85c upALFORD'S
I says the possibility of St. Still there IN THtATRf .. '
Augustine I
war between whites and the +-+ u -N MIt1S f.gt 1 f M KC Sirloin ;S rIt yr- '
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world's colored peoples is "a are segregated TONITE! Showtime 7:30 '.i TOWER HOUSE I M N
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the North Steak $1 9S
greater danger than anything ? 18C LEe FP
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"Economic opportunities for "IRMA LA
between East and West. DOUCE"I ,
Sir Hugh, a member of the the Negro are improving but, I 4'z .Nefill
five-man panel which advises still are not good. We just haveto Jack Lemmon Shirley McClain

U.N. Secretary-General U Thant keep talking." "SOME LIKE IT HOT" / AUTO FINANCE ,' .1 /7A & / #.: : : iY...
I on conditions in South Africa, Are civil rights demonstrations DIVISION OF
appeared on WOR-TV in New losing their value? MARILYN MONROE GENERAL FINANCE CORP.
TONY CURTIS 'c: Can Refinance
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"I am no prophet. Negro i
Car and/or .
Your Present !
York.Duck leaders feel this is the only _
way
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TravelsRENO to call attention to these ills. I ... ,., Ir
Rates
.. '. On Our Special Low ."':
don't really know what else c.IoMI t.+.j.4. and Cut Your Paymentsby
AP) This little could be done. The cure lies inpeople's Cases.
K rid d : Yz in Most
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duck really got around. hearts, not in laws." to $5,000

The Nevada Fish and Game And then, with a twinkle in .... ... .., .. Just$650 Call up Us At 376.2511 ..{.,. rf
Commission said a pintain duck her : .. ..
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banded at Overton, in Southern "I understand there is only. 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 THE *'J C'1s te e" At 718 N. Main St.
Nevada, in 1956, was shot recently -one motel in St. Augustine thatis Also in Ocala( .
in the Soviet Union, integrated, the Holiday Inn. If l .
across the Bering Strait from I have to go back there for the!I

Alaska. trial, I'll be at the Holiday Inn.":i, ELECTRICHARD, 2Y


Vocational ProgramHARRY

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A GOOD VOCATIONAL PRO-

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IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE ff. '
VOTE and SUPPORT

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County MARRIED-Two children, home CHAIRMAN March of Dimes.

owner, resident since 1946. "INSIDE" STORY
EXPERIENCED CAPABLE CHAIRMAN ABCD Commit-

Great Leadership Ability I GRADUATE University of tee that successfully -fought to
I Florida B.S. and LL.B. retain at that time the elective STOPSThis
PULL LEVER 20A school superintendent. FOR SAFER
On Voting Day May 5
MEMBER The Florida Bar
; (,.I. Adv.) and Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar MEMBER Alachua Citizens is a cutaway model of a power brake unit-one of

-I Association. for Florida's Future Committeethat hundreds of specialized teaching instruments at the

i helped win an outstanding General Motors Training Centers. Guardian Maintenance
RE-ELECT CHAIRMAN Alachua County victory for higher education.
Chapter of the National Founda servicemen can actually see the inner brake

o Edgar Leo JohnsonALACHUA tion. MEMBER Episcopal Church mechanisms while they work. Complete, up-to-date instruction

PTA Civic Leader.I all of service is in
COUNTY COMMISSION on phases continually

AJ chw*County DISTRICT Nativ*-Gtirovill 3 Rhict..ti I I process for GM dealer servicemen at the 30 GM Train

:i r WIFE: FrmrMADOE FAMILY FHINNEYf: WUIisten 1 I 10 POINT WILSON PLATFORM ing Centers across the country. Your dealer makes sure
DAUGHTERS: Jaiwt rape II)*Carol tags I)
I METHODIST-LAWYER-USINESSMAN- I his service is complete in other ways, too. Genuine GM
DEMOCRAT 1. Vocational School for Alachua 7. Excellent Mental Health
County. Program. parts, specialized tools and the finest facilities stand ,
Executive Secretary Ma. Waterways Assn.
C.alll. 4 Dedicated t. Ooo OtYtrwnent ; ready to keep your GM car or truck running the way it

EXPERIENCED IN GETTING THINGS DONE 2. Quality Schools and University. 8. Support Improvement at was built to run. i
THE RECORDNew Gainesville Sunland Training

AUchua: Central Hospital Long-rangs roads const plan 3. Re-evaluation of Trimester Center.
Subdivision regulations Sidewalks to public schools System. :
Planning& Zoning Program New County Courthouse 9. Promotion of New Business ccL: rzao ..
Full-time Civil Defense Prog.
Water Resources Planning Full-time Veterans Service Off. 4. Economy in Government ld Interests in Alachua County.

Recreation o DevelopmentRegional More efficient county govt. the. line on taxes.
) Library & BookmobileLongrange Stable leadership & Coopera- 0 10. Active Support of Farming and
mosquito onto plan tion in government at all levels Interests
Small Community -
5. Repeal Automobile License
FOR THE FUTURE Tag Increase. they will not be neglected in
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Stable 6 ; ;. future. % .I ulDloesORK )
Conservative Tax Base Th. Payees Pra Prtject the
I r'' Zoning Roads Recreation Fish & Wildlife Management f< County Agricultural Center Natural Resources Conservation 6. Sales Tax not to extend to'
I New Industry Development Continued Progress groceries and medicines.
(Pd. Adv.V
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#3 What's your probltm? For a gen "t r'L / hG1c. GOOD..ttM&TS! THAT? .

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wish interests, such as music gardening books and church work GtT TO TIDE O
DEAR ABBY: Mother's Day will soon be here and I FO'MEHAMPAT./
:jou would say something in your column to remind "\oung but.oh, for a companion to grow old with! 7 :- t30TTOM O PANSY!

marrieds" to remember their mothers-in-law, too. Even if Yes, I realize he's sick. But how do you get a man in his YOKUM !

it's only a card or a note. There were so many years when I 60's to a doctor? aYE 9}

..should have remembered my mother-in-law, but I was too WISHFUL THINKING
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DEAR WISHFUL You can't call the in the white coats tpf
.: This year I will send her a spray of flowers-to the ceme- : men
tery-bitterly regretting that I failed to send her flowers and ask them to come and throw a net over him. But you can :

while she was living. I should have appreciated her more, call your family doctor and tell him what you have told me.
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written her more about her grandchildren, whom she loved so Together you can work out a scheme to get jour husbandto
much, and most of all I should have let her know how muchI
submit to a PHYSICAL examination. The mental examination
had grown to love her. I hope others will not make the
same mistake I made because next year may be too late. can be subtly worked in without arousing suspicion. ...

AbJ:>y. please sign my real initials so my father-in-law will There IS help for jour husband's illness (and it IS an illness)

'knOhJW I feel. -and it's more common than you think.
J. 0. (Oceanside, Calif.) # OEST X GOT TO GfT HOMEAN' RUN GIT HIM-I'LL I'LL BE 6ACK

DEAR ABBY Just read about "Papa Joe," who was bornin THAWS A LOT MORE\ SOT HERE, FIX SUPPER PER THROW SOME VITTLES IN A FLASH,
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GOSSIP LOWEEZY- / ELVINEY1! MY MAN WALDO ON TH'TABLE AN'WEUNS LOWEEZY
DEAR ABBY: I was interested in your reply to"DIRTY the old country and didn't know his birthdate so he pickedone '. BUT I GOT TO CAM FINISH '
r
I OLD MAN'S WIFE." You said, "He's sick. Get him to" a himself. My husband was in the same boat and pickeda ;,, RUN NOW ) OUR CHIT CHAT
I doctor." I've known for years that my husband is "sick. It day in November for his "birthday." When he took out ....'.

\ is so humiliating to sit in a restaurant with him while he citizenship papers, he wrote to his sister in the old country
flirts with the waitresses, or any woman sitting nearbywhose rnrt r 1 I I If
and asked her to send him his birth certificate. She sent not
eye he happens to catch. And when he stares at only his birth certificate but also the certificate of his bap- >< U

::the young girls! from their feet up, and then down again, tism. That's when we found out he was really born in March,

'1 want to run! and according to the "birthday" he had been celebrating, he

I meet my friends away from my home because they won't was baptized before he was born!

come by if they know he's there. I have many worthwhile GOOD JOKE Z i


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There was summer, eight young bluebloodswere damage in Southampton, which painting which was hanging over < f tI

.. a time when debutante parties just found guilty of wreck I proves that the Long Island set){Ithe, ,mantel. The painting was'
used to be covered by society ing a cottage in Tow son, Maryland .'''still gvies the better parties. irreparabl damaged, but

editors, but now they have to i I; a suburb of Baltimore.j If the trend continues, this is thanks to Jeannie's quick thinking .

.w be covered by police reporters. The party after the Maryland how a debutante party story she wasn't.
the famous Wana- Hunt Ball caused $1.800 in damage will read on the 'WEt ,WL.Chh'Y0lJI'D
Following society pages: "As the went on, it became STv AND AII NE! TCCU fc GET INTO BLIH'Mc
party
maker party,on Long Island last as compared to the $6,000, "'Miss Marv Jane :Merryv\ea, INTO TriE JJN'5L: AN? CRCK CL::z FUY SUITS AS'? \ 'CFS; ycu'p MAKE LOVE
--- more exciting. A touch -rx; 802t i :L,ATAN O55 E INCITE A LITTLE I T'ME-I\STEAD OF NIP-
w ther made her debut at the Pip-:football game was started in NCw'-t= f t; Pailr.. tJoTIN.3 AM053 cult PING. AICi1r LlKi IT Wt1ZFCwae
ing Hot Country Club last night: 1 CFTnS :Asa AliNIE,1'.7+EIJ RsD NEIGHsCg5 1 ALi.'AW.CWS EYE:
,
PAGODA ORATE the dining room and in placeof 'SJITCA5E AS. :
:: I with 1,200 guests in attendance. of a
FCRC M cACS zON'H1c5 '
B'IBJ1Jr AVOWED RISER I a football the players used = ti 'IWASi Bi-
e I Following a supper dance given fC THf fJlt'D.y :
C I rtEMA IMr. Hogglesworth's Wedgwood i
I by her parents, the party moved L. AfF.JC'ANNATo
ACROSS
ETA ant plates. Every time someone : \vj.na.VrrED iytt ,t + l' ,
r over to the rented home y
of
t. e1a 26.}.IelT"-
PRIMA toN I missed a pass the spectators !:-; IT TOSTA .
process andrew Mr. Chauncey gglesworth, JCI T
-i.Soft food :28. \saist'tgtta'ble SERA I AVEti 2EAVESTA where the young socialites en-I cheered. The game lasted until] NY: 7 4'k'I (Z
I :.\ 29.Behold OBESE) t there were no plates left. ; ,
joyed themselves until dawn. .
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I 11.F.ct 31.\tphritt GET SCRUB I "While many couples were .t _
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"Among the Miss .
guests were
H.Answer the S2.TradIng NIP TIc PAL.TIMtS ; enjoying themselves on the VI --- --.-! '
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exchange Hilary Weepingwillow, wearing _--::.:=- I-''!:
t purpose GHURRYENAT j _
floor -
of
15.WorthInl 3\: .Damage I a Christian Dior gown, and her ground a group merry -- --- ._'..> 'Jt4.
leaving 34.Weston HEROIN escort, Robert Goosepimple HI. makers went upstairs and start- .:E _- __ 4.
I I 16.Company: India AGLET TRIALS Mr. Goosepimple, a fourletter ed throwing furniture out the
a.bbr. 35.COD n'U' FSATURD'A PUZZLE window. Shouts of glee couldbe
SOLUTION Y'S man at Harvard, gave a
17.1004.tapJ. 36. Caste heard from the floorsas
upper t3EBTLESr
1&.SftOOp 3T.Nitl demonstration of his prowess by 1I 1 P1
the furniture crashed
to the -t
DOWN 60iNG TO +
3.
{g.SIde arm symbol Type swinging from a chandelier 14 '
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SO.Fr.lsland 38.Scotch for .l.Mite measure .times* across the room before it ground. I-_ I TELL OFD ll ==
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9.Hup "Then someone rememberedthat ; s
21.Legume' John 2. Culture broke.
22.fides 39. Fr. 3.,'. $tige- 10-Theater I it was time for breakfast, !
I 23.Roman physids! 4.ssser.king lights "George 'Laddie' Goldstuff, s6 a fire was built in the library l .., -
hosts.
Gin 12. fr I
numeral 40. Jr, scion to a pillow-making; and several of the Party-
r Butdeaavena lire ness house i goers r f
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2,. Grcus 1 .
H. English 6.Scabies 13. Refine fortune, and his lovely partner fried ham and eggs over it, t

25.J ape tenet 7.Fk'lng '18.Fit of Hilda Mayberry, climbed the which the famished guests ate f
I aborigine 45. Emmet mammal peevishness drapes to get a better view of with delight. !

19. Cotton. ;the party. They were joined by i "When no napkins could be 4 r

I t ] .. S Il 9 If. seeder21.3Vagci i Edward Trojan and 'S i ssv" found, Nancy Lou Fingerer cut .

13 :!2. Accomplished .Carpenter of Brjn Mawr. Punchwas I I up curtains from the windows.
11
/t I I served up to the two cou-,Despite her wealthy background

14 IS : It 24.Cube root ples from a rare Baccarat vase f Nancy is a wonderful
'of one that had been in the Hoggles- homemaker."As .

w 18 19U 25.River worth family for over a hundred dawn came up,'.the bandplaed = at A MAPMAM MUST&EPftVING
island27.Amer. years.: 'Auld and s t THAT CARr /
Zit 21 Zt Lang Syne'
: author "A great deal of laughter en- the couples started departing. V ,I R1KtNG a .=.k. F '
'. It' 2+ 25 28.Coal sued when Mr. Goldstuff threw "Everyone agreed it was probably -
r 30.East the vase out of the window aft- the best debutante party .
) %1 2a tt 3. 31.Sno,,'ord! er drinking the punch. What!|I of the season and one that
12.
IJI Jt 35sr 33.Stampede Black: made the incident most amusing -i they would all remember for

.J5. hake I was that the window was it years to come.
: 'J4 S" 36.Project closed. { "As Mr. Goldstuff Sr. said 3

38. Possessive "Dancing on the fireplace Ito' the District Attorney the
f. J* '! pronoun mantel were Rodney Rugglesand ;next morning These kids de-

41 41 39. Billiard Jeannie Wimple, of the;'sen'e a little clean fun before
I stick breadcrumb While i and Fd rather 'Y-
, 41.Cr.letter Wimples. 'they grow up,

i ;f 44 I III 45 42._Come to balance, know where' they are thai

.. .. -.4 pus have them roaming the
I II: \ ing by grabbing a Cezanne streets. *

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Monday, May 4, 1964 Gainesville Sun 21

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11 FEMALE HELP WANTED !\ hmrtHlflmIWJlimnitmimimnWANTED

18 Schools & InstitutionsMEN

WANTED experienced Legal Sec.-
retary to begin work on or be-
1 S .... -. k 584 fore June 1. Salary commens & women II to 55 to train for WANT-AD RATESPH.
ate with experience and abilI- CIVIL SERVICE -.
ty. Fringe benefits. Blue Cross Examinations. For information
& Blue Shield. For Interview c0n- send name address & Phone No. 372-8441
tact E. A. Clayton or James E. Key Training Service. 112 W.

.. I .Clayton. Ph. 372-9591. _Adamt St, Jaeksewlile for
: CLAIMS secretary wanted. age -

11 to 35. Neat good typist, able 22 Special Service
< to meet the public S day week. Classified OnlyDEADLINES

'a .. : Call 372-0597 S to 5 p.m.
r MUSIC LESSONS piano and a-
::: : _...... > .
Will take and
;: J. .t STENOGRAPHERSHigh gan. beginning
advance students. Enjoy| workIng -
'
with
THERE School Graduate abllltV
... ." .: to type well and take dictation. with talented! young beginners.
: Excellent salary. 5 day week. Teaching studio located! convenIentlY -. I Tues. thro FrL papers 5 p.m. Day before publicationFor Ij!
Excellent benefits. Dally Inter- on Univ. Ave. Call Nancy ads to go In Sun. paper-12 ajn. Sat. G
HAVE YOU views C to 4 p.m. .McArthur FR 25132 after 4p.m. so For ads to go In Men. paper-I p.m. Sat.

Iii
SPERRYELECTRONIC (Minimum ad 4 fines)
TUBE 28 Livestock & Supplies
1 DIVISIONSPERRY I FAMILY RATES I
IS RAND WANT TO KNOW HOW to property -

finish your hogs for market? 1 Insertion S4c fine

ANY OF THESE ; CORP.GAINESVILLE..FLORIDA Then come in and let us explain E 3 Insertions ... J5c line
how you can do this lob with 6 Insertions 17c line _
4 -. .. .1 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY CPA Cooperative Mills 40 percent 12 Insertions ... lie line
.. .. EMPLOYMENT Pork Maker. Our special 5 Total charge computed! by multiplying total lines x rate earned -
the month of April. FMX
AVON CALLING during
I
I;; x number of Insertions.
Women who want to be successfuland Gainesville or Alachua. Phone
in theirs _FR 7105 or 461-7105
earn good money
WORTHWHILE are time. Money back guara I
:- THINGS I TO SELL? tea makes Avon Cosmetics very 29 Landscaping-Tcp-Soil S Five letter words per line

much in demand and easy to
-.- sell. For interview call Mrs. COLEUS, exotic colors char
.-. _. -. -. Bums FR 20421.) teuse red velvet pinks yellows Same as 2 lInes
-- -
ruffled browns. 19 cents 8 Pt.
ordinary type
.
FULL time maid with good
-- reommendations
.- -.:...,.... $25 per week 9 _each. Ph. 2-0821 after 4 P.M.
AM. to 5 P.M.. Call 6-61S5 after I 12 Pt.Same .* 3 Ones
""-" _. 6 P.M. 30 PETS & SUPPLIESFREE .type
-
They'll Bring You Extra Cash kittens 8 weeks old. Call 4 lines
I J.; 12 Male Help Wonted FR 6-4339, or see at 2831 N.E. 1 I 8 Pt.ordinary type

10th St.SPRINGTIME.
WANTED life guard thru Labor
is time. Eng-
Day who is free to live on premIses puppy
.. !' ..... and can do other work lish Shepherd puppies & American 24 Pt Same as S lines
"" .. .,,-r when not on duty. FR 6-3012. 2-0033.Shepherd puppies. Call FR '. ordinary type
-
-
READINGIN ARCHITECT or senior draftsman,
AKC registered miniature Dachshund -
Rugs permanent position salary open.

.. Box 790. Lake City. Fla. with brown 6 weeks markings old. male.$75. black 1029 i The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one

i Incorrect Insertion nor will It be liable for any errs In dver.re -
.: .. : Guns SWkQKnit WANTED route man for establfsi- N.E. 31st Ave. 372-2166.
: 6q ed dry cleaning route. O. F. tlsement to a greater extent than the cost of the space 0ccu-
Stock. 6 S. Main St. 2 MONTHS old puppies. cross by the Item In the advertlse-nent. No adjustment will
=:;: _
;
.
breed of Manchester and Chihua- be made
.. Tools I on errors that do not materially| effect the value of
-- ; ) SHEET metal man who knows hua. Call FR 2-1756. the advertisement.
.... a
'- i roof & gutter work. Apply 7:00 -
: r'. .' FOR SALE LARGE stock of purebred -
AJvL 2314 NE 19th Dr.
.
stole. Looks
I "fur"
own
your from 3
Boats
:7i : Beagle pups pick
: .. .-..... j"n : like mink when knitted of mink. ROOFERS. experienced with bull Labrador puppies. We board 5ii The Gainesville Sun reserves the Privilege of revising or re-
color mohair and brushed or up apply 7:00 AJUU 2314 NE dogs. Jame's Kennel, Rt. 1. g !ecting any advertisement which !It deems oblectlonal and to

Tents : : "se pastel color. 19th Drive.UNIVERSITY. Box 78, Keystone Heights Ph.. chante the classification of any advertisement from that ore
-; Such easy knitting knit and 473-4958. dared tit conform to the policy of the paper.
..:.. purl bands alternated such a of Fla. Student to .
._,".. .. work spare time. Room r. n t DACHSHUND for sale. For more 1
-- '* Books "j.' glamorous stole Pattern 584. directions __ _
: to constitute part of com nsa- information call FR 6-0639 before um ..
.
I_ II" for stole. tion. FR 6-3012. 5pm.'SIAMESE &iUIIIIUIlUllIlllIIIIIU IIIIIIII nww=l=:=ll !1IIImIIJIIIIIIJnllunllUII: IIIIJIJIIllUIUilIIluml,11J1III1jJ,
THE In coins for this
< Thirty-five cents -
:'T Plants : ; ,. .. pattern add 15 cents for each BARBER needed. Urgent. Good KITTENS pure bred 35 Houses For Sole 35 Houses for Salt
..t-- pattern for Ist-class mailing end opportunity for right man. Call healthy and cute. 8 wks. old.
special handling. Send to Laura FR 2-4469, or check 110 S. Main. Belvedere Azalea Nursery. Earl-

Pianos : Wheeler Gainesville Sun Needle City. ton Fla. 448-1241 NW. SECTION FOR only 8450 down. 891.27 per

craft Dept, P. O. Box Ul, Old MEN LOOKING FOR FUTURE Black Labrador puppies. best of 3 Br. masonry house parquet month payments you can qualify
10 Chelsea Station. New York 11, In the Insurance business. Must blood lines. Fine to hunt or at floors Fla. room and screened for 4 BR, 2 bath home 1804
; : : : Stoves N. V. Print plainly PATTERN be between the ages of 25 to 50 home. AKC reg 372-5763 after porch. 2-car carport large utll NW 38th Terr. Will paint Inside
SUN NUMBER NAME, ADDRESS and to quality. Guaranteed starting 6. and all day Sat & Sun. ity room and work shop. Lovely & outside completely. For appt.
_
.. -. ZONE. salary. Call FR 27167, or FR yard with pines azaleas dog to see call 372-04JI.
; : Radios BARGAIN Big new 19(4 2-2153 for Interview. MINIATURE Poodle stud service. wood. Back fence. $15.500 includes -
Needlecraft Catalog over 200 31 chi mplons In blood line. range. refrig., and AC BY OWNER. S.W. Area. 3 Bedroom -
-j : designs only 25 cents A must if ROUTE man needed at once. Car Phone FR 2-1857. Call FR 27763.LOOKING; 2 bath home. central heat,
Skates you knit crochet.' quilt, sew. em ada Dry Bottling Co. FR 6-5825. hardwood floors. 2-car garage.

;;. broider. Send 25 cents. 33 LOTS FOR SALE Lot 105 x 127. $300 down. 897 per
SPECIAL VALUEI U COMPLETE 13-Help Male.or FemaleExp. month. 124 S.W. 40th St. or call
Trunks QUILT PATTERNS In deluxe LOTS SEE this 3 bedroom 2 bath FlorIda FR 12727.DISCOVER .
J new Quilt Book. For beginners room central heat home on
WANT LOTS 1 81. from campus near .and buy now this
lot schools.
experts. Send SOc now! secretaries, salary open large corner near
Jewelry Cashler-host, attractive Univ. P. O. Large lots overlooking 906 N.E. 20th Ave. new home under construction.
;: Lake Magnificent Covered
White housekeeper $25 wk. Wauberg. court entrance. 3 BR,
Bookkeeper, salary open view. BUDGET HOME 3 bedroom 2 bath paneled family rm.* fireplace
: Bicycles 6 SPECIAL NOTICES Exp. waitress, salary & comm. MARY MOELLER large screen porch fireplace air conditioned. All of the
Exp. mechanics 1019 West Univ. FR 6-4471 $350 down, payments like rent. quality and personal work of
.t. Store trainee hi schl. grad. 1033 N.W. 22nd Ave. e Lloyd Myrlck home. Again offered .
j : TV Sets ATTENTION Off. trainee hi schl. grad. BY OWNER In Wlmberiy Estates off
I ; Nick's Shoe Repair & Hat Shop Tree surgeon foreman, $2 hr. BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 blockof SMALL FAMILY, nearly new 2 2 NW 39th Ave. Phone 372-5689.
ADS 609 W. Univ. Will close May 15th N.W. 22nd Street. 110 x55', ,
Auto salesman Exp. bedroom home In nice area
4 Bedroom 3 full baths in
i to Sept. Pick-up all repair work. Also lot In Gwynn Oaks 200'x180' Libby
| Clothing Short order grill man Reasonable terms. Call for complete Heights. This home has over 2.-
with view and privilegesof
"GET JUSTICE WITH Insurance trainee SI00 wk. Information. 300 sq. ft. of living space. air
Route salesman. Levy Co. Clear lake. 376-5109.
JUSTISS"As conditioned dishwasher and
; Cameras CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY.
other extras. If need
many you
Public Defender for the 8th 126 SE 1st Ave. 34 Waterfront Property ALACHUA plenty of living area check this
Circuit Court. The -
Judicial people
Phone 3768234PLACEMENT -
one. Will consider trade. For information
Antiques Gainesville want ustlce, lawyer R. ,G. JUSTISS.Is best SERVICE WINFRED H. CRAWFORD REALTYAssociates call THE JAMES CO.

qualified. JUSTISS will GIVE Office. Professional Reg. Broker, specallzlng In OF GAINESVILLE. INC Builders
Furniture his talents and energy to defend Technical LAKE PROPERTIESACRE- cf Kingsbury Homes. Phone

1 the poor with no legal counsel. College GraduatesFor AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose, Aria Smith. Realtor __3722527 nights 4727401.

: JUSTISS NEEDS votes and appt. call 372-6377 GR 5-2981. M3bel Gore Associate 3 Bedrooms IV bath built In kitchen .
: Livestock money to be elected. The people 10-12.00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. LAKE Place for sale call FR 2- 635 N.E. 1st St. 3762441MOTHER'S on a well shaded! lot. Min
: NEED Justiss. WILL YOU tell Monday through Friday 4416 after 5 pm. imum down payment. FHA. low
your friends. and send small PERSONNEL CENTER monthly payments. This home
102 NW 2nd Avenue BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee JOY
_
4 Diamonds sum with nome and address to has strip hardwood floors. For
Bluff. Call 376-
Rock
-- River at
R. G. Justiss. 11 W. Univ. Ave? POSITIONS available with the Information call THE JAMESCO.
And GET Justice with Justiss. Medical Colge ef Georgia Eugene 6160. Mothers Day will be complete OF GAINESVILLE! INC.
I Fish Poles Paid Adv. Talmadge Memorial Hospital COWPEN LAKE-nicely furnished I if you move her into this BRAND Builders of Kingsbury Homes.
IN GAINESVILLE. it's for registered Physical 2 b.r. A/C home. Exceptional NEW 3 BR 2 bath home at Phone 372.2527. Nights 372.7401.

GDI'S PHARMACY Therapists or recent eligible frontage. ".800. Terms. 3669 NW. 16th Ave. Half acre 3 BR., one bath CCB home In N.
Used Cars Forty hour week lot. Air conditioned. Elec. Kit.
1H Central Plaza graduates. E. Central heat air conditioner
.L (next to Winn-Dlxle) liberal vacation and sick policy. LAKE SUSAN-like new masonry Family room. Spacious through storage room. screened patio .
1 For prescriptions & cosmetics holidays hospitalizatIon and lift home; elegantly furnished; a out. 23500. Terms will please landscaped FR 6-5890.
.1 Auto Tires I.D.L. DRUGSTOREFOR Insurance and retirement pro. dream come true at S10.5oo.00. you.
You worries are over. Just NW SECTION for sale er rent 3
gram. Beginning salary for recent ASKI I About these and lake lots. Mother's
SALE: Membership Carol graduates 14600 per an ARCH CAMPBELL, REALTOR let the children play In this and 4 bedroom 2 bath CCB
Aquariums Estates Swim Club. $50 less than num. all others based on educa. Phone 376-5707 ANYTIME. fenced half acre yard. Spacious home. City water, light end
regular membership cost. Owner and certification. 4 BR. 2'' baths. Elec. Kit. sewers. Shown by appointment.Phone .
tion experience FOR SALE air-conditioned gas at 4147 N.W. FR 23826.
leaving town. Call 3726450. Many extras. See
Jr..
Lackman
Write: R. A. furnished 2 for
RowBoats heat completely will sacrifice
St. Owner
36th
DUE to divorce I have a like new Director of Personnel Medical bedroom house on Cowpen lake 3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On
1964 model Zig Zag, Automatic College of Georgia, Augusta quick sale. Acre lots. Go out NW 16th Avenue
Gainesville.
22 miles East of 3.So conveniently located at 607 turn
Intersection.
to 43rd St.
Golf Clubs sewing machine that does ev Georgia. Price $8800 $2,500 down balance NW 19th Ave. 3 BR 2 baths. right approximately 1 mile,
erything. We would like someone monthly. Apply box 408A Designed for real family enloy- go

to mo.take Small up payments balance. Ph.of $600per 372- 14-Salel Help Wanted Gainesville Sun. ment. Large LR with fireplace. see T. sign D. ZETROUER on left. BUILDERFR
Can Kit. Cent.
TypewritersMotorcycles Family room. Elec. 6-384
ON THE GULF
_2051. heat a real buy at $17,500. Extra -
SALESMANHugh Cedar Key Shores lot available' if desired. AIR CONDITIONEDIF
8 Baby Sitters, Child Cart REAL ESTATE 4-Owner says SELL NOW. Just out. you like space for entertaining,
& Other Properties side City. Shaded half acre lot. this Is the house for you. Lg.
Gainesville'slargest
Inc.,
Edwards well. Sprinkler system. 3 living area opening onto red-
Used Trucks'Refrigerators TINY TOT builder has opening earning for David Andrews BR.Deep 2 baths. Cent. heat. Family wood enclosed patio. Near Lit-
Excellent
salesman.
new Carport & utility. Let'stalk tlewood and Westwood schools.
PLAY SCHOOL' opportunity for above average CedaiKey, 3841 room.over price & terms. 3 BR 2 baths, central heat
man. Mr. Dorman sales manag FOR- SALE lot on Lake Ann East I dishwasher disposal built In
Visit us and see for yourself. er. HUGH EDWARDS INC. of Hawthorne. Restricted area. UNIVERSITYREALTY stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal
24 SE tth St. FR t-7806. 372-1551. Call 374-2438 for Information. price. 822.000 only, 81500

:- Baby Buggies Buy PLANNED pre-school program youngster awaits at JACK your PART$2.10 TIME per hour sales If route.qualified.Archer Average Hawthorne Openings DESIRABLE feet on lake lake with property shell house.160 down.. 922 NW 34th Terr. FR 64945. -

& JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. In Alachua WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD
McCall 750 Mickler
i: Electric Motors Music programs educational & Lake Butler. Phone 372- Contact Rd. Jacksonville Mrs. Fla. 32211. 1115 N.Main St. Ph 372-4351 Walking distance to schools. I

fll -strtps. 7:45-5:15 Mon..FrL} 7117. W. M. Munroe Realtor BR. 2 baths home In Skyline
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900.: LOT en Cooper Lake Price S995. Assoc. S. E. McLaughlin Frank Ro- Heights. Study hardwood floors.
Farm Machinery COUNTY AGENTSFOR Terms. $20 down $10 monthly. by Roy McCann T. C. DouglasJr. built-in. range t oven. Cent.
Child Care In my home. Fenced! Phone FR: 6-0848 heat. Shaded back yard. Call
yard. Reasonable rates. Good ALACHUA COUNTY 376-0862.
Store Equipment references. Phone 372-3713. needed to follow up tremendous 35 Houses for Sale BY THE OWNER In Idylewllde 2
bath family leaving town
BR CCB house tile IDYLWILD owner
Hire! KIDDIE KORTChild number of inquiries room. Call 3728001 after anxious to sell at loss 3 BR 2

'" Infant's ClothingSewing for the famous international SALE modem 3 5:30 PM.FLORIDA bath. Fla. Rm., extra nice $1500
; :' : : care center FR 2-6667 hospital plan FOR bedroom house by owner In Carol Estates. t BR with down. 4012 SW 19th St. Calk' .
PARK 3
:.. WOULD like to keep 2 or 3 small offered by InternationalLife Furnished or unfurnished. As- Den which- may be usedas FR 2-9026.
; F- Machines children in private home. Ph.. paneled
Insurance Co. These sume 61 loan or refinance. Best 4th BR, Living room; DinIng FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW section -
69983. offer. Call 376-8414. Florida room 2 full 3 bedroom, 2 tile baths
leads devel- room;
; CHILD care by day or week. prefer are bonafide with bullt- built-in appliances double .carport
Kitchen
Office FHA House for sale NE section tiled Baths
: Equipment ably 2 or 3 children. by week I oped through national ad- at appraisal value of $10,000. Ins; Carport; Utility Room and paved! street connected ta
; for next 2 years. Home with Ig. !vertising. We offer no Incentive $300 down payment, low monthly Storage Area Paved Patio sewer. Small down payment.
: bade yard. Call 372-6950, 3026 prizes or gifts to payments. 3 BR, 1 bath, carport Hardwood floors; Central heat Days phone 372-3824. Arttr, 4
!Movie Equipment: Sell! !I. N.W. 13th St. 1 ,answering our ad. large storage. Call after and air-conditioning Walking distance P.M. 3764774.FOR .
people
RELIABLE sitter wishes to care 6:00 P.M. FR 6-4774. of Finley and Gainesville SALE BY OWNER, spacious
: Nursery Furniture for Infants or small children In ['t Our plans offer latest features MORE- FOR THE MONEY this 3 High Schools. Owned free and a BR 2 bam Fla. Rm.. close ta

her home. Reasonable. Call FR f available such as Ig. BR, 2 bath, panelled LR clear arrange your own financ school. Utttewood Estates.!
6-3897. guaranteed renewables for fireplace attached HW ing. 1918 N. W. 11th Road. FR 824,500. Reasonable down pay
Building Materials garage 21053. ment. 920 NW mil Ttr. Phone
life available to all age floors. Well. Lg. fenced comer
Employment benefits payable lot. Near Stephen Foster. $14.- NODOWN PAYMENT 3 BR., 2 372-5738.
'" groups, 500. $450 d.p. FR 2-8851. bath. Central heat central air FOR Sale' or trade. New 4 BR.
: '' Outboard MotorsEquipment anywhere home office or cond. Northwest. 819,000. Call home located In Westmoreland
<; .;: AVAILABLE MAY 1, S room 2
"' We also offer
hospital. etc. Estates. On city sewers paved
:' :-Sports 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED all forms of life, salary. & 3rd bath St.furnished Will home sell on at 109 liberal NE 3762927.MAKE OFFER! St 2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family

: : or & must Rm. & living Rm.. dining area.
qroup insurance. We pay terms. will trade for duplex WE are leaving Florida and Central heat, built.In kitchen Including
cash difference or will rent 4 BR home
-" BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS pay sell our beautiful
Vacuum: Cleaners h i q h est commissionswith to relieble tenant. Ph. or write built less than 2 yrs. ago. If GE dishwasher. 2 court
Earn to SS hour demon
up per walk to schools close to
advance cont/act yards,
Girl an H. G. Bollmger Box 277. Starke you are looking for a luxury
famous Studio
strating Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. 10% first year renewals 964 2881. home loaded with features and U of F & medical center FHA
Down payment 81,700.
Fishing Equipment Phone 376-4336 after 6 (paid monthly) This is CAROL ESTATES 3 BR 1 bath not In a develoPment.Terms to suit come buyer.see 822,700 Immediate occupancy. Drive by
this
one.
the best deal for making utility room. on large lot across off Newberry Rd. onto 1027 NW 40th Drive. Cell Butler'
"SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER Turn left
Machines in the industry. No from Metcalfe Eiem. School and NW 58th St. Brothers. 3729545 daily 376904night.
57th St. 529
Washing new management. Openings money close to shopping center. VA. .
RentCLASSIFIED for fashion directors. Part previous experience neces- mortgage. $500 equity. $33 BARGAIN Only 8300 Down No
time or full time. For appoint I ary as we give you complete monthly. Available Immediately.! Qualifying 3 BR 2 Bath, Central BY OWNER, attractive 4 BR, 2
Heating Equipment tnent call 372-7049. 1236 NE 19tn piac*. Phone 376- heat and central air conditioning bath, lovely yard planted In
Aptitude
.I.! training. 6638. built In kitchen. Lot 100 pines fc azaleas.' Air cond., cent.
COOKEXPERIENCE F r test (not I. Q.): will be x 100. trees and roses to yard. teat, dbL UtU. rm. aV swim cluh
Musical Instruments helpful but net r Given. Phone Marvin BY OWNER 9 BR. 1 bam car.port Needs some painting. 1101.33 membership. Walking distance
: necessary. WIll train. Age M to fenced back yard. Assume with homestead exemption. to Metcalfe 1. Howard Bishop.
Jacksonville 398
; mo.
49. Pleasant working conditions. r KIn, FHA loan. Equity best offer 2832 NE lltfl Ter. Ph. fl 2349..
Dr. Phone J-f$4J
NW XX&
1904
I Camping Equipment Kitchen closes 9 p.m. Apply a to r 9819 for evaluation Inter 174.5 NE 21st Place. Ph FR t2S41. days, 44041 nights. If na answer, FR 1467.
.
':31 AM. only. CarmaneJlas view.'
706 W. Univ. Ave. .

Plumbing Equipment WHITE LADY for 24 hour period 17 Work Wanted Male IN THE

.' weekly to care lor elderly lady,
S Children's Playthings rot bedfast, give references. Ft/JV
Apply Box 409-A Gainesville Sun. YOUNG man wants part timework
on Saturday and Sunday.
Electrical AppliancesDogs '. .. HELP turn your spare time Into 21 years old. Very dependable.Call .
( money. No soliciting or deliver FR 27147.COMPLETE .
ing. Ad lust your own workinghrs.
For appointment calL REMODELING leb.
Cats Parakeets 3727049PART carpentry and block laying.
Call 462-9660. Alachua. Fla.

time sales girls 30 hours CARPENTER WORK wanted. Also
week. Apply 1108 N. Main St. capable of supervising any typeof

BE A FASHION construction. Call Newberry SUN

4722496.
SHOW DIRECTORNO NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA

delivering or collecting. car 18 Schools & Instructions
.Nothing ivill sell it faster necessary. Connie Robblns= FR
Dial 6-1968 after 6:30 p m.I .
.
:
e BOATS & MOTORS
NEED AN ASSISTANT MEN AND WOMEN DCIVIL _ _ BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATIONWHO
TO TRAIN FOR
Distributing director for nationally
known manufacturing & SERVICEEXAMS WOULD LIKE THE 76th 24" GRILLS
sales corp. Will train right woman HUNTER Fiberglass Flshlpg 12 Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTORBoat

.... .. for position of responsibility. Introduced by FRANK 849 JO 110."
around We prepare Men and Women. GOOD YEAR SERVICE! STORES
376-4672
Earning while learning PHILPOTTTEASY
1 <_ than the 1 ; $400 monthly. Promotion to supervisory Ages 18-55. No experience school education neces TERMS OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX 725 N. Main 372.3537

S capacity can be madeIn sary. Grammar CHARGE _
\ 2 to 3 months. Car necessary.For usually No sufficient.layoffs. Short Permanentlobs. hours. "The Heart Of East Gainesville""
apt. call Mrs. Bennie Ray Send FRANK PHILPOTTS Check with Charlie
High pay. Advancement. Classifications to choose
Johnnie" Turner. 10 AJA. to FR 21791. List of
home address phone CENTER
SPORT
name
S P.M. Men Wed. & FrL no number and time home. Write Home of HUNTER Fiberglass _ from
time. 376-1480.
other Marcel Co. Box 388-A. c/o Ganes! Fishing Boats.Where .

LPN 2 or 3 Shifts Per Week. ville Sun.Real ALACHUA COUNTY Skiing Swimming-Diving.
SUN Gainesville Nursing Center Exam Quality Sells Itself* ONLY DEALER
GAINESVILLE Estate JOHNSON Fishing Equipment.
; 20 14th Ave. MOTORS
COURSE i'f.O SEA HORSE
Announcements FORMERLY Kathryn's Ceramic ATTEND First lesson free. FR FR 6-693 SALES AND SERVICE Safety Hems.
Studio now under new manage- COLLEGE
HOWELL'S BUSINESS Thru FrL 54 Sat. 94 Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper
COLLEGE, 211 W. Univ. Ave Mon. p.m. Boats. Ski sup lies. Sailing rigs.BAIRD'S Golfing Equipment.
S ment.Opening F R. 6-3507. 372-3727. MARINE
May 5 Tennis Equipment.
i'- >: 3 LOST & FOUND MEN WOMEN AGE 18-55 601 S. MAIN ST.
.
{ VCALL asJERRIE'S WANTED IMMEDIATELY Baseball Equipment.
di.wTANr ; CERAMICS FOR -
ADS LOST UGHT blue and white par.akeet. TO TRAIN
: Reward. Call FR 25633. Instruct ons Greenware CIVIL SERVICE SWIMMING POOLS Where to Fish.
: Finished Pieces by Request offering Sun Want Ads
LOST 2 female AKC reg. German 903 NW 6th St. Open 9 to 5 good pay. security. For Information
Shepherds. generous reward. Monday thru Friday. local Interview write CAREFREE Plus many many more.
Phone FR 6-3630 or 6-0817. BE
Box 411-M
; S American! Service coO
."'" ,
St SERVICE -- Gainesville Sun. Enjoy a clean and healthy pool.
t .,-. \ 4.. Sr 4 PERSONALIZED FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY Get Results Master Pool Service Inc. ADVERTISE Of THE
SERVICE TESTS! Supplies I Monthly cleaning
:' U.S. CIVIL
.
: LEARN TO DRIVE Special attention wyke. SERVICE DIRECTORY
:: .... .. to nervous or eiderty. Men-women, 1S-52. Start high as FR 2-5363 6X060 2-3171
.. Easy way Driving SchooL FR For top quality workmanship! (102.01 a week. Preparatory
r ; ;' .: -70M. Lie by Set.o Fla. can training until appointed. Thousands


: Js t SPECIAL! NOTICES GAINESVILLE 372-6142 usually of unnecessary.lobs on lobs open.salaries Experience F R E re Einformation MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the

I ; UPHOLSTERY Write TODAY
: quirements.
jj376-4672 : TRY DIADAX TABLETS (former ISO N.W. Ittft St. giving name address: and phone. Fun in the Sun section PHONE 3728441I
ly Oex-A-Olt New name.
+ : ,.:. Free Estimates! -rick HP end Lincoln Service. Box 410M c/o
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'MZ .A5 ... same formula only N cents. Ca- Sun.
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35 Houses for Salt 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole 44 Cottages for Rent 45 Furnished Apts.
I I !
McCOY'SMacoma
iiidn.. $65 mo. 10400. 3 BR. I NEW HOMES
$14.775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open I 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath. central heat. CCB patio, range, no closing.FR 1 & 2 BR trailer for rent, couldbe 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & Homes
House Sundays 1 to 6 p.m. Designed $11,500 total cost. Call FR 2-6936 2-3945 or FR 2-1785. moved on your lot. Phone dean. For married couples on ,
& engineered by U. S. 374164. ly. Adults no pets Rent rea
THE: TIME IS NOW Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100 NEW BRICK NE. 4 BR. 2 bath, Ig. kitchen i sonable. Call 3767844. WALTER Inc.For .

sq. ft. 3 BR 2 bath, air cond.. built-in stove, screened por c h, 2 BR trailer with large cabana.No Sale, very attractive 3-
dbl. utility cent. heat air con pets. 3037 SW Archer Rd. .
brick veneer 2 car garage. 1801 STUBBS
MODELSOPEN EAST SIDE bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617E.
NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes, ditioner. Near elem. & |Ir. high FR 2-5633. University Ave.} walking

Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- 10 a.m. Til Dark schools. swim club I member-. GARDENAPARTMENTS INC. distance to Lake Forest
372-1854.
Ship.
Do You Have A Room 6690- FEATURES : 45 Furnished Apts. Schools. Price 12500. $500
Apartment HOUSE WITH PERSONALITY for down and $79.50 per month.

sale by owner. Lg, 3 BR 2 bath Screened Fireplaces porches FREDARNOLD 2 BR trailer 8 x 45, swimmingpool. $57 per month up 1321 N.W. 16th AVE. Jr.Call Day Gerald FR or 67290.V. Q.nights McCoy FR
Fla. Rm., Rm
home, has living ,
Or House Rent? .
to kitchen cabinets Call 372-1367 evenings.
: Inside patio garden, extra Ig. Custom Gainesville's Finest 6-5013.Otflcecorner N. MaInFINER
Oversized bathroomsPlus PHONE 376-5394 and 23rd Blvd.
built-in kit., extra
porch many many other custom t BR furnished garage apt. Couples Furnished or unfurnished
features plus Ig. lot. Desirableterms. features only. No children or pets. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart
Durant Estate. 561 N.W.
FR 20204FOR ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376-

REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS 58th 20954.St. No sign up. Call FR VA & FHA REALTORBest RENT 1 bedroom furnished 9608. "We Trade Houses"EXCLUSIVE HOMES

apartment. Clean and cooL $60 Very clean nicely furnished 1 bedroom

YOU MORE than the ad that will rent McKINNEY TERMSWalking month. Water furnished. Call apartment. Tile bath. $65. by
CAPITAL bUILDERSoffered
Ronnie Hayward, FR 2-4761 or 733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 6-0644 or

GREEN distance to elementary & Buy FR 66134.: FR 2-9569. Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. thru
(t Schools. & DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES
Shopping
DEATONREALTORS Jr. High 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home at ONE bedroom furnished Apt. com BEAUTIFUL NEW 1 bedroom, INC.NOTHING .
Churches. Inc economy price of $15,100.'SCar.. pletely private, close In town of air conditioned. 1716 N.W. 3rd NW AREA
Hugh Edwards rier" central healng air conditioner Waldo. Couple only. Call 468- Ave. $90 a month, couple pre
N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. unit hardwood floors I 1591 Waldo. ferred. Call after 5 p-m. 372-6243. From your first look at this DOWN VA
Here's what COSTS YOU
your Vacancy ;372-1551 fenced yard. Attractive loca- beautiful Ocala block split level Only $100 Closing
JUST IDEALYou tion near schools and University. 1 Bedroom duplex. lights and 1 BR 1226V4 NW 8th St., $65 per home on its full acre hillsidelot
must see this attractive home water furnished. Couples only. mo. Call McKInney-Green Inc. you can be certain that MINIMUM( DOWN FHA
Redfranks
EVERY DAY until it is rented : that Is Ideally located In the North No children or pets. Call FR FR 23417.EFFICIENCY. here Is class all the way.

east that we have lust listed before Homes 6-5824. 3000 sq. ft. of living area plus N.W. 6th St.
you buy. 3 Bedroom Living & 'Real estate Large apt., private entrance screened & roofed terrace and & 37th Place
and Florida home beautiful land- REDWOOD apartments 4401 SW & bath. Lights & hot water double carport. 3-4 bedrooms.
Dining room room QUALITY on
RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS
IF : : Built-in Range and oven Cedar scaped lot on N. W. 3rd Place. 13th St. New 1 bedroom Apt. now furnished. Summer student 3 baths :34x13 family room NEW ONE & TWO

lined closets Attic fan Refrigerator CHARACTER -Not lust another Spacious bedrooms large living available FR 60437.COMFORTABLE.for Information call preferred. Ph. FR 6-5824. kitchen fully equipped with FLOOR PLANS

$40 per mo . $1.33 per day I and washing machine house Large sunken livIng room with fireplace dining room TWO APTS. One 1 BR apt. One 2 Chambers built-lns separate
I Fenced rear yard Garage Space room with fireplace overlooking attractive terrace. and private trail- BR air conditioned apt. Walk. dining room and living room 3 BR. & 2 BATHS
galore 1460 sq. ft. Can be FHA large dining area, modern $30,000. er. Responsible students or work- Ing dlst. to town. Call FR 2-5514. which are adjacent to terrace
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day financed. Call FR 2-3617. built In kitchen with Ing adults. No pets or children. provide an area large enoughfor
stainless steel sink 3 Phone FR 2-9838. $75 MO. the most aspiring hostess. SALESMAN ON PREMISESOR
Cool ComfortOVER Month to month rental lease to
: $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day QUALITYTop large bedrooms 2 baths. TRAILER AND CABANA 2 bed suit tenant-1 bedroom or furnishedApt. With 600 sq. ft. recreationroom CALL FR 2-2511 FOR
Central heat & AIRCON- 1900 sq. ft. of alrconditlon- for rainy days and teenage
room $55 per mo. 1724 SE 47th available at 1204 NW 23rd
N. W. location. 4 B. R., 3 bath DITIONING for summer ed luxury. Panelled family fun there Is room for all. WALTER STODDARD
Ter. Couples or couple with sm. Blvd. Ph. FR 6-2472
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day home located on 140 x 550 lot. The months ahead. All this and room with brick fireplace. Separate child. Call FR 2-1576. man Realty1113 N. -Main Wese-St. Many many other features In- EMMETT HOLLOWAY,
I living room dining room, & Florida more situated on % acre dining room, huge two car cluding central heating and air

$65 mo. ; . $2.16 day I room are extraordinary. Air wooded lot In one of garage. Refrigerator stove, dishwasher DOWNTOWN 3 room furnished 2 BR furnished apt. living rm. conditioning. And best of all CHRISTINE STONE
per per conditioned for year around com Gainesville's finest West- Included. Northwest lo Apt. 308V4 N.W. 2nd St. $55 mo. dining rm.. kitchen private only $35,000 with flexible term
I fort.' Cannot be duplicated at the side residential areas. Only cation. 25.400 with terms. Includes water. Private bath & bath. Adults anly. Married I NW 21st Place at 34th St. DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES, INC.

$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day asking price. For complete information 24.500 terms to suit- entrance. Call FR 2-8254. couple or 2 or 3 sober male Phone 372-3265 for appointment. 825 N.W. 13th St.

I call 3723617. FHA or conventional fi Away From City DUPLEX 2 BR furnished apt. Gas students. No pets. $100 per I JACK DE YOT-REALTO
nancing. Call 6-0817 month. Apr. 20 through August.
$75 per mo. :. . $2.50 per day I CLOSE TOSCHOOLS 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home, 4 water for cooking turn. Private& heating.front & back Cold Can be seen at 414 NE 2nd St. fttBftfllflhiftB89flhtlfBliltl0lttltllfllflWUfllfl33ltIla : thiffiflllll1tlIm1ffltItltllIIIrnflffilslt1lBBflNorwood! !
In of 100 130' lot Ph. FR 6-7212.
SPLIT LEVEL Enloy living years age on x
entrance. Phone FR 24400. 1806
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day this 3 bedroom. 2 bath outside city limits near lake. NE 18th Place. 3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent.
lIving Reasonably priced at 12250.
CCB home. Large 1-1 BR 2-2 BR .1
apt. 503
A comfortable 3 B. R. 2 bath home room, nice kitchen plus Owner will pay costs to refI- ONE BEDROOM furnished. Including NE 4th Ave. apts. SAVE!
$85 per mo . $2.83 per day with central heat. Monthly charges patio. $14.500 with only $450 curtains and blinds. All .
$98.00 which Includes taxes and down. Call 376-0817. utilities furnished except elec NICE large, quiet cool, first floor Hope"H"
interest. Call FR 23617.ASSOCIATES nance.ARNOLD tricity. Nice location. $60 month. furnished apartment. Good resIdential 1
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day I CHEAPER THAN RENT We FR 2-3974, 424 N.E. 6th St. section. Convenient to Inc.

have several CB homes. 2 stores and bus lines. Within ____..
I FURNISHED Apt. for rent $55
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day J. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth or 3 bedrooms that can be Member mo. Water and lights turn. Call per walking distance of square. No
Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire bought with a minimum Multiple Listing children or pets. $65 monthly. 1115 NW 40th Ddve3Br.2Bath We Trade Homesor
1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 FR 2-1823, or FR 2-3794.
Multiple Listing down payment with month.ly Phone FR 6-5846.
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day payments LESS THAN Associates: Peter Step 2 BR. furnished apartment. No LARGE front apt. near bus lineS Property
J.W.KIRKPATRICK Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge 311 S.E. 8th St. Phone
FR
376-0817. pets.
RENT. Call Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman stores. Private entrance $85 : We must sacrifice this

CHOICE BUILDING SITES -reasonably Charlie Mayo Jimmy- Greene 6-8961. per mo. Phone 376-5805. 5Our inventory is too I1II1IlIlInnlllJlllmIIIIIIII1fIIIIIIIIIThe!! !! !! !! !

I & 2 BR, 1 bin, from campus much-We will toke
priced, good selection MODERN EFFICIENCIES Air
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR
37 Real Estate Exchanged air cond. optional $76 $101 per
HANDSOME traditional residence; available. Call 376-0817 for de mo. Call McKlnney Green. Inc. conditioned Phone A. E. Harp $850 for our equity. following are ready for
FR 6-5576.
tails.
I. one of the most beautiful In I 3723617. You assume $17,000 occupancy.

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS Gainesville. Space design custom Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor SELL Alachua or trade County.for 3 farm Bedroom land spacious In- NICE efficiency 2 beds, screened FOR RENT In comfortably furnished Approximate mortgage. 3707 N.W. 21st PI.
special quality apt. Melrose. rent $35
details and per
AssociateWm. front Hurry to take
Myrtle Lassiter house. Quiet neighborhood. porch open back electrically B advantageof 4-BR, 2 barn $700
discriminating down.
for the mOo plus light bill. Use of
throughout E. "Bill" Harris Associate Close to University. FR 2-0992. run, $65 mo. 865 NW 31st this. $107 mo.
buyer.SLIGHTLY 7 N.E. 1st Street Phone 376-0817 Ave. FR 2- 779. FrigIdaire washing machine. Apply -
suburban. Several most Res 372-7943. 376-2927. WANTED: Approximately 40 Ray Bint Cities Service.
attractive three bedroom, two MEMBER- MULTIPLE LISTING acres, clear or wooded with or 2 BR house trailer. 55x10', Call II 1115 NE 5th St 1442 NE 16th PI.
1 and 2 bedroom furnished apartments
--- ------- with large without 374-3459 for Information. 3
bath houses each buildings preferably on some air conditioned. 38r.2BathOur BR 1.% bath, $400 down.
family room well kept lot and paved road 15 to 35 miles Northor 2 BR furnished apt. married couple Summer rates near Universityand Loss Your Gain (98 per mOo H
35 Houses for Sal. 35 Houses for Sal. paved street. Prices range from FORDYCEREALTOR West of Gainesville.TO only $115 per mo. 1412 NW Medical Center. 916 S. W. 5Our
$15.000. to 20000. TRADE for our $6.000 equityIn 8th St. Call FR 2-6209 after 5 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3442 or FR inventory must 3330 & 3320
3 BR frame douse. 1 mile South SUMMER places: On Cowpen 3 bedroom concrete block p.m. 626604NICELY. be lowered We will
of Waldo on Rt. 24. $6000. Phone ARMY Officer transferred must lake furnished, two bedrooms. $.- home lakefront fenced sprinkler take $850 for NW 30th Ave.
our equi
468-1064 after 6 P.M. sell 3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. room. 800.00; on Lake Rosa comfort- system double carport. garage EFFICIENCY apartment private furnished convenient 3 BR, 1 bath, $550 dn $7949
In N. W. Near School. 15500. able three bedroom, deluxe awnings. 20x40' concrete bath and entrance. Very clean. downtown area. $75. Also garage ty. You assume $13,600 per mOo H
3.000 SQ. Ft 4 or 5 bedroom home. Negotiate equity. FR 2-5043. kitchen extra deep lot, 18. patio, large screened porch, fruit Adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave. apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults = (Approx.) mortgage -

3.months old. Fenced yard. a-c. 000: Lake Serena exceptional and shade trees walking distance 50 x 10 2 bedroom mobile homeon only. no pets. Inquire Lillian's 1 Hurry! We must sell 4617 SE 1st PI. H
N.W. location. 2 blks. from WHY PAY RENT? residence and other buildIngs Country Estate to school, church shopping shady lot air conditioned, Music Store.PRIVATE 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd P1. M
New homes 9500. 3 bedroom, tile feet lake frontage g now!
schools. FR 2-4841. 335 center. VA. per month mortgage -
bath $65 month. Located 5 Bedrooms and 5 acres. This use of swimming pool. $75 per newly painted, closeIn 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn. $68
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on
per IN HOLLYWOOD B
$25,300.EXCELLENT
reward BiliHiiiiitttitiiiiniiniiiBiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiB!
home has everyting you need In mo. Call 376-4961. 3 rooms and bath. Hot and II oer mo.
3 BR 2 baths. Ig. LR. walk-in S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some selection of lovely County Florida. Owner,
closets dishwasher, Sm. down trade-ins. Call FR 2-2372. lots: Over an acre In restricted space. Just outside of city lim Paul Muller 4201 SW 31st Drive 1 Bedroom, living room, kitchen. cold water furnished. Off street | FOR RENT
payment, VA mg.. Swim pool area good for split level house its. Only 25000. Terms to be ar Hollywood. Phone 983-4607. Giveor Modern. $75 per month. 212 SE parking. No pets. 15 S.W. 2nd 205 SE 38th St.

privileges.; 376-1583 after 5. LAW Professor moving spacious. $7.500. In Westwood Little- ranged. Call today. Fordyce & Associates take cash difference. 7th St. Call Mc-Kinney Green, Place. I I Bath $300 dn., $6* per me.
3 bedroom study IVj baths attic wood area. all improvements Inc. 376-1236. Inc. FR 2-3617. CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto 124SE7thSt.I .
3 BEDROOM CBS home in New.
tan built in drawers vanity 4500. Small acreage. closein shopping, 609 N.E. 6th St. 3 BR. 1 Bath 303 SE 38th
38 Real Estate Wanted St.
2 Bedrooms,
berry on nicely landscaped acre living room, screen.ed
and storage. $80 month. Negotiate 1 Year Lease $100 Mo.
S9.900: many'ethers In all Vine CoveredCottage Phone FR 21391. $65 per month. | per
lot. Reasonable down payment. equity. FR 6-2775 1062N. porch partially furnished. $55 304 & 314 SE 39th St.

Terms to suit. $ O.OOO S. E. E. 14th Ave. areas.J.. W.. KIRKPATRICKRealtor can be yours. $300 down WANT TO BUY per month. 110 SW 4th Ave. CLEAN and neat near campus I DIIIIIIIIIJlmnllmlllllnnlJJliJlJlUlIIWIIIIlIWIIIIIIi 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn. 154
Sapp Realtor. Newberry Fla. Call Mc-Kinney Green. Inc., FR
and approximately $50 per month. and shopping, one bedroom; prefer per mOo HBEI32ffiftTIETftThfflhItiiiflmlInunlti8tff
WEST VILLA ESTATES ; floor plan. 2 or 3 bedroom home with 2-3617. married tenants. Call
J BEDROOMS. 2 bath built In Fenced yard. delightful any.
kitchen rugs and drapes, patio. 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR 2 tiled :31 N.Member Main Multiple Phone Listing FR 2-8404 Total price $8,500. Must be seen to family room and 2 baths. Kitchen 1 bedroom. kitchen. $45 per time. i Norwood !!!! H
bath wall-to-wall carpeting central & must be equipped. Central Ralph FOSSEY Realtor
Call FR 6-8821. ASSOCIATES be appreciated. Call Fordyce month. 419 NW 2nd Avenue.
heating, built in kitchen : heat preferred. Must be priced Ave. Ph. 376-1359 The following U
Mathiasen Irene BunnellA. Associates, 376-1236. Call Mc-Kinney Green, Inc. FR 11 W. University are under construction -
3 BR. Fla. Rm.. Carol Estates Includes dishwasher. Located on Floye right with reasonable down pay 2-3617. "Selling Florida Since 1906" and will be ready H
near Metcalfe & Howard Bishop. large wooded lot with circle W. Reece Capt.. USN, Ret. ment. Write to Box 365-A i Hope for occupancy soon.
Pay equity & assume VA loan Roman Inspiredterrace 2 Bedroom trailer for rent. Sheffield .
drive. Orig. cost $20,000 balance Gainesville Sun. MALE companion wanted to
with S77." mo. payments Phone $17.380Equity $600. paymentsIncl. LAKE FRONT Trailer Park. Phone FR
accents this lovely homa.Over share FR 2-
apartment. 61572.NEW "H" Inc.
376-0539. taxes and Ins. $143 per 2.600 sq. ft. provides a gra. 39 Out of Town Property 3748 is 3236 NW 29th Ave. H

SACRIFICE $2400 equity for $700 mo. Phone 3729172HAZEL EstateFor cious 4 bedroom home with spaceto eveningsTWO FURNISHED 3-ROOM We Trade Homesor 3 BR, 2 bath, $700 dn. $91 N
cash. Total cost only $11,427. HEIGHTS grow in. Air conditioned and bedroom furnished apt. DUPLEX APARTMENT per mo. H
Modern 3 BR. \Vi bath home. centrally heated. Low down pay HOUSE FOR sale In Keystone near Univ. & Alachua General Nicest In town. Good location. PropertyALL
Near schools. Refrig.. elec. SH our 4-bedroom and 3-bed- ment. Call Fordyce & Associates Heights Fla. 3 BR.. 2 baths 1 Hospital. Ph. FR 6-7955 Gainesville on bus line. Couples only. No 3301 & 3311 H
range air cond.. and drapes. room. 2-bath CCB homes with the discriminating home buyer Inc. 376-1236. acre lot will sacrifice. Appraiseat or write R. T. Stroud, P. O. pets. 1I:1IIIIIIIIIIIWI/JIIJIUIIII1IIII!: / II
that wants the advantages of $60 Month NW 30th Ave. H
No qualifying. 1432 NE 14th Ter. built-in electric stove and oven. 18000. will sell for 14990. Box 365 St. Augustine.
Phone 3764068.UNIVERSITY Central heat. city utilities. the country and the conveniencesof Call 376-1168 Gainesville, after 5 Apply 816 NE 8th Ave. OUR HOMES ARE 4 BR, 2 bath $650 dn t" H
of the city this is the heane for Exclusivelyfor SPACIOUS 2 BR furnished house
HEIGHTS Near Wired for television and tele Custom designed: ana builtfor p.m. close In and accessible to all AIR-CONDITIONED. 1 bedroom, g OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- per mo. U
Alachua General Hosp. 8> the phone. Large yards completely the large wooded lot over the young executive. Architecturally STARKE: 11 room. 3 bath homeon parts of city. a721185403 SE twin beds Danish modern fur JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF H
Univ. 3 BR. LR. OR. & Fla. grassed. Hazel Heights Is in looking the water you will love 1 designed 3 bedroom 2 large lot In choice neighbor 2nd St. niture. Located corner of 20th YOU WILL JUST CALL. 3224 NW 30th Ave.
Rm. Separate garage apt. in the city limits. Equipped with the foyer the spacious living bath home. Air conditioned wall hood. Close to bank church. St. and 4th Ave. N.W. $90 month. U 1123 S.E. 4th STREET 3 BR, 2 bath, $600 dn. $U H
rear. Apt. him. House partially sewer lines close to bus stop room with fireplace kit to wall carpeting. a beautiful kit. post office school & market. 1 BR. furnished apt.. water fur. Call FR 21714. FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 per mOo
low down payment, conventional roomy chen and family room. A truly deluxe nished. 4123 NW 12th Tedr.. $60 -
turn. $20,000. Apply Box 412-A Ideal for home & office, apts, I
refrigerator
chen Including range,
loans. Located on North. home. Call Fordyce & Associates per mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930 !llllllllllllll1IIHIIIIIIIIUID
c-e Gainesville Sun. home, etc.
dish washer and deep nursing beauty shop ._
west 39th Ave.. West of 13th F ..---- -----
Inc. ask for Mr. Haynes.
BET BUY In buying qualities and St. Shown by appointment freezer, separate dining room, 4 22.000 or trade for Gainesville E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN 10 -- .
home planning for the dollar. phone FR 23326COMING. lovely bedrooms, 2W baths anda 3761236.DUPLEX property. Write Box 277, Starke, FURNISHED Apartment for rent
NW section beyond city limits. 12x45 front screened porch. Fla. with living\ Rm., bedroom tile JR. I
The 2098 sq. ft. of living area bath alr-cond. 1, 2 bedroomApt.
Young executive preferred area. with this
9 bedroom 2 bath. sped o u s Is centrally heated and air conditioned wonderful High Income bargain.return Good Mortgage 40 Business PropertiesFOR FR 2-9569. Homes Lots Income. Bus- I
bus and Lake Property.
by 3 A-C units. An add- SEEGainesville's
throughout. Entrance hall
lepoarate
low taxes. Call today. For-
ed feature Is the University Farms and Acreage. I
dining room. dishwasher.
Worth your time to see In VILLAGE tested 19 man bomb shelter. Located dyce i Associates. Inc. 376-1236. SALE BY OWNER EYES RIGHT! E. C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr. I

Wlmberly Estates off NW 39th lust outside the city limits Hwy. land on US 301 No. & So. 638 N. MAIN ST. I
Ave. Phone 3725689. this Is an exceptional buy. of Starke, 343 ft. cor. next & See real dream living In Shadow FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544

GREEN CALL US NOW FOR FULL DETAILS FORDYCEAssociates south of Stuckey's. 536 ft. across. Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. .

N.W.carport Section and 3 utility.Br.. 2 Paved baths street large I I I 1003 road. Starke.Ben Suslow P. O. Box D. Oliver. Bldr. most exciting new homes,
Ph. FR 2-0866

curbing.rear Terrace.excellent well landscaped.condition. VILLAGE If COME you are PROPERTY looking for call a fine us IN.to Inc. LOT 1 block from University. 73 West on NW 39th Ave. past WATCH FOR now on c"flay 1 at Highland Court

Real Estate Exchangers 120'. the Glen Springs intersection -
Reasonable 372-5756 x S89SO. Phone FR 25984.
see this 3 bedroom home with Multiple Listing Realtors SM sloe on. .left.. IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
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OWNER must sacrifice 3 bedroom GREEN an attached 2 bedroom apt. Both Grace S. Fordyce. Broker I I
2 bath large Fla. room completely furnished and only Goulden Associate 42 Farms fir Acreage
13300. Apt. Is rented for $70.00 Dudley Cooperative apartments to
and living room built In kit Associate
chen. carport. 17C5 sq. ft. living VILLAGE per month.REDUCED 926 Harvey W. Univ.Ben ton. 376-1236 160 acre farm with all equipment. LITTLEWOOD AREA 4 BR, :3 i Information be built In Gainesville.call FR 62921or For Manor.ELEVEN

area. convenient to schools. Half mile paved road frontage.Good bath, 2050 sq. ft. living area, write
1321 N.W. 21st Ave. Phone FR 2- Beautiful lot In central heat, built-in kit. 1 Uk. :
2633. GREEN Black Acres near University ParrishPresents farms and acreage listings. from Westwood Jr. High, .2 P. O. Box 13956
Golf Course now only 3200. i
Uttlewood elem. Gainesville Fla.
FOR SALE ,In Cltra Fla. Two 2 Call Ben Griffin, Associate blks. from ,
BR homes. nice and clean. Cash school. Ideal for Ig. family! or University Park
price $2500 for each. Wired and VILLAGE JOHN MERRILL: GLADYS SMITH Realtor family and elderly persons.
Priced for Immed. sale. 24500.
sheet rocked. Call Mrs. James L.
Bowdoln In Newberry. 472-2258. GREEN REALTOR 1228 W. University 372-5393 3449 N.W. 13th Ave. 372-2893. Apts. completely new models ranging from

LOVELY HOME WITH INCOME MULTIPLE LISTING IMMEDIATE occupancy can be FARMS RURAL RANCHES PROPERTIES ACREAGE $14,500 to $18,200, all with VA and
Spacious 10 room home. LR. PHONE 3721494ASSOCIATES had on this pleasant 3 bed-

with fireplace. Ig. panelled Fla.R VILLAGE i : room masonry home on nice ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTORU.S. FHA approved plans.
formal Rm. baths. I
dining 3
MARCELLA PARDIW.
; within The
Florida Park lot walking Hwy. 441 Micanopy Fla. Correct-
wall to wall
up to 6 BR. new 1 H. BUCKHANNAN'CONVENTIONAL_ distance of Gainesville High and Ph. 466-3120
carpeting 81 central heat. In-
GREEN
J. J. Finley Elementary Schools.
come from 2 units In garage Address For !

makes your payments. Possible i M ANGLEWOOD. Almost new 4 bed- FORDYCEACREAGE :
additional Income trom house. I VILLAGE room attractive home. with central HOMES
Priced to sell. 1015 S.W. 5th Ave. heating and fully aircondi. Young
Call FR 6-4031.
tioned. This was one of the new

$60 Month new CB home. large GREEN homes In the 1962 Parade of Small Ranch
lot. Low down payment. 300 S.E. New listing Lg. corner lot. S.W. Homes Show.Let us tell you ExecutivesPine
20th St. FR 24692.GLADYS 3 BR.. 2 bath. CB. dbl. garage. more about this one. 100 plus Acres 9 miles from City.
VILLAGE Fla. room central heat 2,000 $275 an acre. Modern House with three and four bedrooms, several

SMITH sq. ft living area. 2200000. Immediate PALM VIEW Estates. An attractive fenced and cross-fenced water, \
GREEN .occupancy. Call Mary 4 bedroom masonry home. utilities building planted pine f; Forest with spacious family rooms Reserve
THREE Bedrooms. two baths In Moeller. Built-in kitchen cnlts -living 'and < windbreaks. Truly buy. ,
IdylwfM at 3806 S.W. 11th St. I dining room drapes TV antenna ; now.Nothing
,. \ .
$17,400. Call 374393. VILLAGE central air conditioning and TWO 18 acre parcels one at Brick & BlockConstruction yours
SPACE & BEAUTYA & heating. Reasonable. financing. $225 and _one at $330 an acre. r' i '

FOUR bedrooms. two baths In lovely 3 Br. 2 bath home N.E. Down V.A. ($100 ciosingre)
P.K. Yonge area. 1246 S.W. rm GREEN near schools Ig. screened porch MASON-MANOR., Neat 4 bedroom SO ACRES for Sits en acre. High ,
Road. $20.000. Call 372-5393. low down paymf. 109.00 mo. 2 bath home. Central heating end rolling and e perfect sight G.E. Kitchens
Inc. Escrow, Call Mary Moeller. end air conditioning. lovely for the dream home. Only I I ,
THREE bedrooms two baths doseto VILLAGE fenced rear yard makes Ideal miles from Medical School. Air Conditioning
University. 7 S.W. 26th play area for children. Convenient J HIGHLANDCOURT

Street. $17,900. Call 372-5393. SUBURBANCB to schools. FORDYCEASSOCIATES (optional )

GREEN 3 Br.. 3 acres of land, good
FOUR bedrooms two baths off Call RANCH ETTE homesltes. too. Approximately INC
financing, 12600. Mary Sidewalks
16th Avenue at 1501 N.W. 37th Moeller. 10 acres each. Located 92& W. Univ. 376-1236 '-t i1J MANORModel
Terrace. $21,000. Call 372-5393. VILLAGE on Newberry Road. Just I
Floors
I Terrazzo
I 5500 down, 5 years on balance. 2.4 ACRES-$1600 .

BLACK Acres. 14 S.W. 32nd Street. I INVESTMENTIncome LOS TRANCOS WOODS __
GREEN UNDER 10000. New 3 bedroom Public utilities, paved road front All City
extra large three bedroom. two prop near U.F. campusfor home located NE 31st Ave.
bath home. $31.500. Call 372-5393. homes built under FHA specifi-- age, school bus service. Drive on
sale lease. land suitablefor
or cations and available to qualified West on Newberry Rd., turn ConveniencesWooded
small shops. Owner will buildto with FHA SR watch Drive north Main at NE
SEVEN bedrooms and six baths VILLAGE suit tenant. Investigate. Call buyers financing. right on 241. for signon I Lots on turn right
No closing costs and no city right. Terms if desired. .
In West Hills. 65000. Call
372-5393. Mary Moeller. taxes. Ralph FOSSEY Realtor 23rd Blvd., continue to NE 12th St. and
GREEN 11 W. University Ave. Ph 376-1359 Extra Big Closets

FINLEY Area. 2125 N.W. 3rd WESTSIDE new residential subdi- "Selling Florida Since 1906" I turn left. Follow directional signs.Mi'Z.
MARY vision opening seon. Acre lots. .- Screened Porches
Place. Four bedrooms. two ACREAGE .
VILLAGE streets now being paved. May
baths. 37000. Call 3725393.A we tell you more about this restricted 20 acres paved rd. W of Gainesville VA or FHA rV
planed.
residential area outside
BUY In Holly Forest. 3905 S.W. GREEN MOELLER city MARY MOELLER
2nd Avenue. Three bedrooms.
twe baths. $19.500. Call 372-5393. 1019 West Univ.. FR -4471 PINE FOREST
limits.M.M. .

16TH Avenue Extension. Three VILLAGE REALTOR 43 Colored Property

acres and three bedroom two : Minded I

bath home with separate guest GREEN 1019 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-4471 HOMES FOR SALE By Quality
house. $30.000. Call 372-5393. ParrishAND 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & HUGH EDWARDS Inc.
STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom ,
GLADYS SMITH SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay.
CCB home. Partly furnished. In- ment. Some small down pay- Safes office located at NE 23rd
Realtor Multiple Listing VILLAGE
Associates Ben Griffin cluding appl. and washing mach. ASSOCIATES. INC ment. Monthly payment $57 to 372.1551
: 10 minutes from Univ.. few MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. US. Also homes built
on
Aiwa Hinson. Florence Burns blocks to grade school. Ig. lot. Wayne Hill Helen Graham lot for no down payment. your Blvd. and 11th Terr. Phone 372-347
Caroline Noyes.1225.W. GREEN $9.500. 4117 N.W. 11th St. FR 2- Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish I.; Call TOMMY RIDGELL NE 16th Ave. & 15th St.
University Avenue 372-5393 _4635. After 5:30 19 N.E. First St. Tel. 372-5375 Builder Phone FR 2-4125

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,I! I CLASSIFICATION INDEX I, I IRANGUISiD 1 r 1 -?.- _.I.u.I.I.e."_...__.._._ .__. __.Ia._ I ? Automobiles Wanftf I :

RENTALSWe APPLIANCES 139.9.1 1954 WHIRLPOOL AUTOMATIC WE GIVE S A H' GREEN STAMPS Wanted, 1950 thru 154.' Fords VOLKSWAGEN
03 have some choice houses and FROM WASHER. Mechanically excel- Buns Mobil Homes. Inc '62 T-BIRD and Chevrolets. 916 S.E. 4th !

ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE apfs furnished and unfurnished. TV Refrigerators! from from $49.95.$39.95. 1 lent. Phone FR 4-8887. 4920 NW 13 St :3764361 2-ton blue with blue Inferior, full St. Al Herndon Service Station. .

1 1* MtmorlAMCut MARY MOELLER WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 40 power Including windows, seat .
I *f TkABkaX 11 Wanted t. BIT 1019 West Univ. FR V4471 THE. VARIETY STORE 70 Boats-Marine EQuip. brakes & steering. large radio -

Lt r* n4 a Machinery Tb I 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR MODELSON & heater, factory. air conditionIng DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS. .
'4 PtnoBtHitd ServUea a BoUdinr Materials 6-3484. almost new set of whitewall
49 Rooms For Rent 16'
I Travel Information Household Goods REGAL LANiER Cabin Cruiserand DISPLAY TO CHOOSE tires. back seat speaker.

.e.SpeeUl ?Ketlee 6J ABtlfBCS MAYTAG WHIRLPOOL & KEL __ trailer. Phone 25689. FROM LOWEST PRICES, This Is a one owner car and MILLER- !
'1 FlorUti .It Mlie. For Sal 5; with VINXTORS. New automatic ONE 1.&' NEWSOME fishing boat SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. has 27,000 actual miles. Not a POOLE-GABLE

I Baby sitters. CMM Car C7 TradIng Pacts ATTRACTIVE. In room modern privateentrance home. .washers from $138.99. with 1957 Johnson elec. starting TRAILER MARTHwy. scratch on It and Irs just like BROWN .
quiet New Refrigerators from $15811. motor new. $2,950. Phqne owner, 372- 119 SE First Art. 1lQ
0 lMes T* G. UC O Articles Wanted Kitchen Ideal for U of and heavy duty trailer -
Taints T* as.AUTOMOTIVE. $9 F..l Oil Weeds F student.privileges.FR 2-7883. New Freezers from $13995. with 2 new tires $500. Call FR 17. Phone 328-1050 S441 ext. 24 or 374-2111 after 372-4343 1030 E. Unir. ssaaa
70 Beats Marine Eqolp. New kemaker refrlg. from $279.95. 2-4548. OPEN WEEKDAYS 5:30 pm.BRING FR 2-3582 _

71 Camp Hunt_ risk I NICE Quiet bedroom for rent. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 21-ft. inboard UNTIL 9 po
boat. Marine p.m. out the best In --- ---- -
THE VARIETY STORE engine. your car.
It Alrplaa 8U.s-BeaUli 72: Office Equipment Businessman or nice sober stu- 7 S.E. 1st Avenue Completely refinIshed fiberglass SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 Superior Auto painting & body .
77 MebD B.... fer Sal : 73 Mule Merchandise dent. $35 per mo. 414 NE 2nd FR 6-3484. bottom. Like new. Will trade car EAST PALATKA. FLORIDANOW work. Fast dependable service .
.15 Tracks for 81 St. FR .7212.A or smaller boat. Can be seen at free pickup, delivery. WRIGHT'S

r 79 Tracks Wanted E NICELY furnished room, convenient FREEZER AND REFRIGERATORFOR Ralyn's Service Station in Cedar SHOWING BODY WORKS, 2031 NW 6th St
,M Tr&cUri *Track Rentals : REAL ESTATE FOR SALE to town & Univ. Phone SALE WILL TRADE FOR Key. Phone 2441. Priced for 1964 MOBILE HOMES FR707.. 64 RAMBLERS
F q Trailer Bern tall I FR 4-5981. I SW 10th St. ONE NEEDING REPAIR. quick sale at 1195. 2 and 3 bedrooms. all Floor
'. ,8S Mtrcycles Setters S3 Lets for Sal FREEZERS & REFRIGERATORSGASSED 3 HP Plans. Terms tailored to meet I'M RENAULT 2,000 miles, $1195. .
. 84 A.:...blle RepafrsU M Waterfront Property =en PRIVATE ROOM with bath 1 BIk. IN HOME $9. BUY model EVINRUDE light wt., late your budget. Drive a little! and 1961 Corvair coupe auto trans. $995

Aat.tn.bDcS fer Sato SS B..... For Bale from campus $35 a month. 1104 FREEZERS & REFRIGERATORS motor. $75 Perfect or trade condition.for larger save a lot at 1960 Vouxhaft, $350 ARE :
Call ROLLINGLOWEST
: M Swap Can.EDUCATIONAL M Cettattt For Sal S.W. 3rd Ave. FR 2-0989. NEEDING REPAIR. FR 2-1330. 374-6946 or see at 816 NE 10th I CONNOLLYMobile 1962 Ford Galaxie ...._..... 1495
17 Real Estate Exchanced 2 Air conditioned rooms for rent Place. Home Sales Inc. 1963 Corvair Monza. 4 In floor

,. 38 Real Estate Wanted utilities & linens furnished. Kitchenette 66 Misc. For Sal. 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 R & H, steal at $1495. PRICED :

...11 ch4U.-4k UstraeUe 3* Oat *f Tawn Property I private entrance. S12JO 72 Office Equipment Phone 622-81M 1963 Comet, custom. 4-D, H t H,
U Maile. DaxclBfi 40 Biilnen Pnpertie weekly. Men only. Ph. 372-1545. Closed Sundays $1195.Phone .

,.u W Mte4-iMtraette* .. 41 4t Farms ResIdential* Ineera NICE room. private entrance and SINGER FEATHERWEIGHT GAINESVILLE'S largest volume of TAKE UP PAYMENTS 10 X 50 372-3407 or FR J-024J. AMERICAN BUILT CAR :
Aereac Exra nice Elcona. tst.lt
43 Colored bath screened porch on side. $7 per month. Balance $48. fice supply dealer, Chesnut's I, per JEEP 4 wheel drive 1954 many
Property Rentals month. Lot 49. Hickory Hill Mobile :
: EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colered Property sales Ei SAO month. Also one for $30. 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-1015 Office Equipment Co. Invites you Home Park. FR. 2-4054. new parts. $525 or trade for motorcycle TOP TRADE-IN BEST TERMSRidgway
: 17 W.rk _Wasted Mai 865 N. W. 31st Ave. FR 2-0779. to come In and shop or call for or car. FR 6-9716. .

18 Wrk Wanted Femal AIR-CONDITIONED clean. quiet KENMORE deluxe gas stove. free delivery. Chesnufs Office SPECIAL THIS WEEK
14 Sales. Inlp Wanted RENTALS room In new home kit. privi good condo $30 attic fan with Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. 20 wide Mobile Home and 1 acre 1953 DODGE 4 Dr., fair condition
15 Help-Hal* 5 r FemaU Call 372- louvers 36.like new 45. Complete __Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. $104 cash. Call FR 2-4S41 110
41 Cottages For Kent lege. Ideal for study. TV antenna $10. Call FR lot. $10,000 1 mile S of Paynes N.W. 37th Dr. Motors ;
U Mal
Help Wanted 45 Famished Apt. 5 *944 or FR 6-4044. 2-5089. Prairie. For appointments ca 11
Dramatic 73
Musical FR 6-3052.
11 rental 46 Unfurnished Apt. NICE downstairs rooms close Merchandise 1961 FORD ranch wagon 4 dr..
Help Wanted 42 Homes for Rent Fan. in, private entrance off-street BEAUTIFUL, colorful mounted Auto. trans., orig. owner also
48 Houses for Rent Cnfnra. = parking. 531 SE 2nd PI. Ph. FR sailfish. 4'2". By Al Pfleguer. ORGAN SALE IT'S FOOLISH j 1955 DeSoto. at., ps., ph0 dr.,
:FARMS & LIVESTOCK 49 R *m. for Rent 22582. Miami. Fla. Only $145. The Tackle Of Christmas Left All to pay more. RECKLESS topay cream puff. See at Smith's Sin 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 :
28 Fcrm Box 1490 overs. I clair 1605 NW
EanipmeotS7 80 Betel Booms Hawthorne Rd. new 13th St. or phone
less. GET THE REAL
ROOMS available with private or organs. Savings up to 30
376-8084.
Feed rertillier2S
11 HI...
Rentals Iii per cent. Earl's FACTS. Payments low asS57.2t
off Piano
semi-private bath In nearest Co. --- :
Livestock STRAWBERRIES
-, : 8oppM SU Wanted T* Rent housing to the center of _702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 per month with $300 down. -
IS Landscaping.p 811 S3 Boarders Wanted e campus 25 cents per quart you pick them. LAKE GENEVA FOR THE
FR 63012.NICELY CORRECT
'.SO Pets Sipplles U Office Desk Space University. Hayes Farms Brooker Fla. USED Upright Piano $89. Used
U Uvesteek WantedINANCIAL U In priv- Grand Piano $295. New studio Mobile Homes Sales
Business RenUla 03 furnished room TIME
Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Flit.
Piano' $395. RAMBLERTRADEINS
ate home. Maid service. Parking SINGER electric console. needsminor Used Player Piano
." SERVICE space. Reasonable>> n tea. repair $30. CIII FR e- $495. Your credit ls good with
us. 10 Traders fr Truck Rentals FR
Gainesville
M Basinets OppertulUes 23 Special Services 210 E. UnlV. Phone FR 4-7423. 4893. 1025 .W. MUSK Center 2.1411 I .
Unhr.
a 1 aa.... (. IAaa> ZS Berne Improvements ROOM with b,tt, fc kitchen prlvl- SIMMONS Mattress & box spring Ave. '172-5421.
ii U Mortgages 2* Radio a TV Herri* leges. Working 'lady or graduatestudent. and chest of ,drawers $40. Call UPRISHT Pleno for sal.jjii RENT a truck; one-way anywhereIn Courtesy Of I
a. ac..', Wanted 23 Appliance a Fmraltix J74-44J2 after I P.M. 976-4582. Good condition. Phen FR a-2487 the USA. from United Ren University Chevrolet
fter .. Alls. 425 NW tth Ave. PR 4-M15.
r. 102 NW Jth St. Men -wemen, BL.UELustrs not, only rids car. N. Main St. at 16th Ave.I .
------- ... and near campus. pets ef son but leaves pile soft '
apts.
rooms 76 Airplane' 83 Motorcycle fr Scooters
day, week month. FR 6-2937 or and lofty. Rent electric sham- Sales-Rentals : : Are Clean and Better

45 Furnished Apt 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. FR 4>19I2. pooer $1. McDaniell FurnitureCe. 1952 ALLiTATfe Cruisalre S100, .
Gainesville &hepptnqCanter._ FOR SALE Ford
ROOM and board fer girls.' Use m. Cisani 172. U150. IMS Allstate Crutsalr S125. Both Used Cars
I ROOM furnished Apt., private of washing machine. Call FR 6- STRAWBERRIES cents e 1959 Cessna 172. painted. Call FR 23223.
bath let floor hot & cold water Available within two weeks. threeor quart. You pick them Mon. 1952 $4400. Falcon
6083. Piper
furnished. Call FR 2-5435. four bedrooms two baths. Wed. Fri. 448-1770. 3 miles north 1959 PA-22 Trlpacer, $3400 I 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS .
$12100 per month unfurnished. LARGE clean room close In. Da- of Waldo on 301. Mrs. E. E. 1962 Pifer PA-22 Trlpacer $4990 I Fairlane 64 Rambler 660 Station Wagon, Automatic,
I BR, screened PA-28
porch
carport
near schools lease Reasonable. Piper Cherokee $9900
required. Call service. Wasdin.
maid
shady yard air conditioner if Kirkpatrick Agency, FR 2-8404 ly Phone FR 6-1423 622 NE 2nd St. 1961 Piper PA-22 Colt $2990 I AIR CONDITIONING Tune up T-Bird Radio, Air Conditioned, Reclining Seats. Ex ..
wanted, .IIO. pets. Phone FR 2. _31 i N. Main St. REPOSSESSED Singer portable For details on the above call Special $250 for performancetest. ecutive's Car. ..
087. 410VS MW lath St. SINGLE room for rent near UnI- Zig Zag and attachments. RB. CASSEL-IN-THE-AIR INC. FR All makes and models.
FORDYCE RENTALS versity. Males only. Call FR 6- sews forward and reverse, applique 24331. Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air I Ford :
63 Ford Fcirlane
Call fancy stitch Servicing Center. 500. 4-dr. automatic transmission -
46 Unfurnished Apts. our agency to find the 7170. monogram WANT TO BE A Conditioning I ,

Also house apartments you wish. Many listed. NICE large room. private en- 815 es and W. etc.Univ.$4 Ave.per mo.FR Bat 6-1075.$34. OR renew your PILOT old certificate? ? 204 2541.N. Main St. Phone FR Trucks radio ond heater . . $1995 :

NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen furnished. trance close-in. Ph. 376-0266 or Join our Piper J3 flying club. 2-1

equipped. $40 per month on a FORDYCEASSOCtATES 372-8855. Used Baby bed. like new. Call 15 H.P. with starter and gener., The Unexoected from 62 Rambler Ambassador, bucket seats, auto- :
years leas Ph. 37 r8372 ator. No hand 85 AUTOMOBILES for FordMusfang
days section of FR cranking. Record :
In quiet 6-2027
NICE room matic
transmission air conditioned
3J4-7327 INC. ed solex
evenings. town, close to bus line. Suitable scheduling for each pilot. : :

2 BEDROOM. large living room. 92& W. Univ. 374-1234 for student or settled per Repossessed Very small fee to loIn. For complete CADILL/'J SEDAN 157 DeVille. glass nice . . . . . $2195 ;
kitchen equipped. Couple pre 2 BR Kit. equipped 1206 N.E. son. Rates reasonable. Ph. 372- SINGER SLANT NEEDLE details call FR 2-6351 Loaded with everything. $550. 1804

ferred. No ctIlldren or pets tIPS Ave. $85 a mo. Call McKinney 4894. Model 301,. like new with allattachments. CASSEL-IN-THE-AIR INe.Automotive N.W. 38th Terrace. Phone 372-0481. 62 Ford Galaxy, automatic transmission radio :
Take over payments -
Phone FR 24a57.TWObedroom Green Ino. FR 2-3617. LARGE clean cool room accessto S7.50 monthly $65 full CORVAIR Monza '63, equipped & heater, clean . . . . $1695 :
Linens with radio heater white sidewall
duplex kitchen 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. shower 4 refrigerator. price. Sold for over $200 new.
equipped. $85 per month. Stove & refrigerator $115 per & maid service weekly. FR 21185 Call FR 22051. tires. 8,000 actual miles. On Display 62 Rambler 4-door automatic transmission :
See at 4144 NW 4th St. mo. Phone FR 4-2472 Weseman or 21981. 416 NE 2nd Ave.I Assume payments, small equI- ,

Realty. THE BEST COSTS LESS. unrivaled IV.- Will consider older car for radio heater clean . . . $1495 .
UNFURNISHED duplex. 3 bedrooms service your Philgas Distributor 77 Mobil Homes for Sale equity. Call owner at 372-1441 SHAWKEETER&
living room kitchen, 3 BR. 1 bath {30 N. E.tth 51.A Wanted To Rent Fuilgas. Inc. 374-5392. ext. 33 8-5 weekdays. :
bath. 4Vfc miles from downtown. St. $100 a mo., available May 61 Falcon Station Wagon, Automatic :
." 8th, Call NEWLY reconditioned Electrplux DeSoto, 1957 4 Dr. $500. Good con
location for children. $75
McKinney Green, Inc.
."I 1 FR 2-3419 until 5. FR 23617. YOUNG faculty couple with no vacuum cleaner with attachments WYATTTrailer dition. Call FR 2-<&568. transmission. Radio .heater, a nice clean :

.".r 5. Saturday and 2 BR partially furnished house children house wish reasonably to rent nice close furnished to 6 P.M.CAMPING,.$17.50. Call FR 6-6185 after Ford Convertible for 1960$200.Crestliner Balance, 230 W. University automobile . . . . $1095 :
$395 equity
: and 3 BR unfurnished house for University. September .. June. TRAILER "Reflart S1M5 financed. Call R. L. Black FR 2-0503 61 Folcon 2 door heater. 1 $945-
.. rent. $78 Sales owner
TWo '*. ailable Immedlately & $80 per mo. Ph. 3745548 FR J-5857 evenings. 20' Demo. excellent cond., pew 376-4184. :
-evel of duplex from I A.M. to 7 P.M.

; stove; -.n<. ref rig.. situated 2 BEDROOM house for rent. 53 Office-Desk Space warranty.at Murray's 2 dbl Marine.beds. large.$200 See off Horn of LINCOLN 1953 full power, auto. 61 Rambler American, 4-door, radio heater. :
about 3' elks off 1105 Pacemaker Mobile Homes trans. Excellent condition. $250
NW 4th Aye. sao per.campus.mo. Phone Range and heating stove. $45 list Shasta and Alrstream or best offer. Call 372-8441 ext. clean . . . . . . $995 -
mo. 917 S. E. 4th Ave. Call
FR 4-5871. 2-8418. FR OFFICES FOR RENT FOR SALE OR TRADE- CombInation Travel Trailers 21 or see at 239-B Flavet III. LOOK
New. modem air conditioned of. Pulpwood saw and lawn Ocala's First Mobile Home 61 Rambler, 6-cy14-door. air condition.auto-
1 BR, duple kltch equip. Newly PLYMOUTH 1954 4-door. In good
, redecorated. $50 month. Couples NEWLY REMODELED and decorated flee space. Individual rooms. mower. Double oven range. dishwasher 1923 Dealer Sliver- Springs sine 194 condition. two new tires. Phone matlc trans., radio, o real buy . $1195 -
3 Blvd.
Br. house $40 separate units. Westinghouse dryer.
small
per mo. Large or
StFR 2-0374. SEE
21 NE 13th FR 48887.RAMBLER
only. Call FR 2-3602 day or FR 2-8484 Furnished or unfurnished. Phone Will trade for good utility trailer Phone 629.1351 THESE 60 Buick Electra 4 door automatic transmission
2 bedroom unfurnished apt.. kitchen nights. and Secretarial service optional. or boat. Tel. 372-2954. Ocala Fla. Classic 1963. White _

equipped 1018 N.W. 4th 3 BR separate living rm. & dining Off street parking. $55 to $200 11' upright food freezer, $99 cash TWO bedroom house trailer, JWO 2-door, power steering. radio '59 radio heater, power steering, .., .
Can be CHEVROLETImpala
Av Call FR 24318. Jackson heater. Excellent condo
Les
per month. Call one bedroom house trailer $750.
rom. carport. Located or assume payments. Like
UNFURNISHED 2 Bedroom du schools. $35 per mOo 1110 near NW FR 6-6441 anytime. Ernest Tew Phone 3764448.USED newcondition. fan be rented. Phone 374-8234 refinanced. FR 2-5992. power brakes, in excellent condition .

plex. 2207 IE 45th Ter. $50 per 40th Ave. Call 374-5920. Realty. Underwood portable typewriter ._Monday to Friday to 5. VOLKSWAGEN 1960, clean, good tiful red 4-door and white hardtop finish.beau Red !. . '.. A. . . . . $1595 .
month. Fit 2-2372. mechanical cond., extras Call
FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom. Rentals 6 outside doors locks Interior. Brand new set of rub-
54 Business
FR 2-5520
FR 6-5345 or
2 bath central heat, built-in and hinges. Various types of FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES ber. V... automatic radio. Chwokt 9 passenger station wagon automatic -

47 Houses for Rent Furn. stove. Call 485-3811 after 3 p.m. tor rent 613 S.W. moulding << electrical fixtures & VW 1500.. The all new loOk In heater, like! new condition.| Was transmission. steering and
GARAGE space heater. Also plumbing supplies I 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South Volkswagen Why buy the old $1195 power
716 $. E. 4th Ave. 2nd St. Call John Merrill Real-
Nice 3
bedroom Propane Bottle Phone Gainesville 372-5113 Beetle when can have VW brakes . . . $1295
2 BR, 732 NW 23rd Blvd. S9S per home CCB. Hardwood floors. tor. FR 2-1494. Energy. Hours you . . .
.
I t I
FR 60848.STRAWBERRIES. Sunday 11 to 7 quality plus room and HP.
mo. Call McKinneY' Green Inc. Walk In pantry attic fan, Venetian AIR CONDITIONED Service Is a must with us.. Call FR 25444 after 3 p.m. $1095
.
Ft 23617. blinds. Separate dining NEARLY new modern office or you pick them.
ON E 3"BR."house, furnished $60 room. Tile bath and utility room. location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. 12Vi cts a pint In your contain mi excellent PACEMAKER 10 x 4SYf n weekdays. '59 CHEVROLET ONE WEEK SPECIALS .
per mo. Water Included. Call Available now. FR 2-1<<5. Ph. FR 6-2472, Weseman Realty er. Starling Bros. Farm Graham condition. S3895. Can 1940 VW26F. sedan, good condi.
Fla. St. Road 18 6 milesE. be financed locally. Pleas call Call WlillstM 521.
tion. $ 50.
44-2362 Brooker. Fla. 3 BR., study Lr. Rm., Dn. Rm., 1113 N. Main St. of Brooker. Brooker 485- FR 2.1637 between 3 and a p.m. HO*. impala, 4-door hardtop black 59 Rambler, clean ........ $795 .

2 8_ house & 1 BR house. 1 Kit. equip. breakfast nook. near 30 x 40 CCB warehouse with restroom 2702 or 465-2548. 26 x r one BR. and whit. Slack and red I In .
mil! past Stengel Field on 'Hwy cIty prkthMPlnf eentert Call drive-in eirking. .... completely furnIshed "6301.05 JETI'IRER&H, factory tcrlor. V-8, automatic\ nil.
II8Or 61 Rambler $1050
air conditioned .. .. . .
24. Far Information call 374-1447. FR' "- '9J. cellent location. 523 W. Univ. O! filter flow ..vtom."e'WISh", trailer air, 4 speed transmission Tur. I htiter, white wells. A nice -
r looks and runs like new. Also roll with partly furn. 20 x 11V4 Ca bo charged engine, ,t,. New car wi 11091.t .
ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom 2 BR, 1 sin, unfvrnlthed\ tOUI. Ave. In rear. $75 374-8489.per month. around 2 speed fan good condi bana. Excellent condo FR 2-ma cond. Mr. Oren F It 2-U1I. I 60 Chevrolet Sta. Wagon . . $895 :
large Florida room. month or at 838 SW 9th St. sao per m.. Ph. 376-1206 or tion. Ph. FR 2-24)4. between g t> 7W ..m. or 6 4, i
year. Mathewson Manor. C a II Call University Realty, 372-4351. II ,..... JEEP STATION WAGON. motor j $995
475-2911, 56 Business Opportunities FMIOIDAIRE stove & Ice box. lust overhauled. good shape. $2501
4 Rm. frame house. 2 screened Each $55. 6 chairs $1.50 ea.. 1960 AMERICAN, 10' x 46', 1 BR.j cash. Call anytime 485-2831. 59 Mercury 4 door Automatic transmission -
ONE 10-roam 2 bath house. 2 porches gas stove Venetian lounge bed S15 mall box $1.50. front kitchen lot 29, Hickory 59 FORD
screened porches 2 car garage blinds Ig. yard. $55 mo. Inquireat U Univ.LANE Ave.BOWLING for lease.ALLEY Opportunity on W.- weed cutter $1.00. 4807 E. Univ. HilL Call 372-31J5. radio heater A $aver . $895
lot. Located 805NK 947 NW 21st Ave. FR 4-47W. Custom .
Ig. parking Ave. Phone 374-5644. GAINESVILLEAUTO 300. 4-door V-8 standard
to get in
for the right man
1 2nd St. For Information call LARGE 6 room house 2 bedrooms the bowling alley business witha FENCE WANTEDChain WE BUY transmission. 1-owner. 59 Ford 9 passenger Station Wagon. air condition -
J. T. Howl. 372-1098. Like
can furnish stove & refriger. small amount of capital. Call SALES new condition. 41,000 ac
USED MOBILE HOMES automatic transmission. radio :
2 BR nlc* lot. fenced. $90 per ator. 414 NW 22nd Ave. Call I FR 6-2441 or FR 62930. Ask for length preferred. Redwood Top dollar tual miles.'Was ".cs. ,
acceptable. I will It. FR paid phone 376-0571. 1007 N. Main St.
moo 1 BR near campus. S7S per Ocala 4291744.UNFURNISHED. Mr. Haynes. 6-7110 or -1117. move heater . . . . . . $895
mo Frank R,by at FR 62937or Only 3 left at CLOS -()UT PRICES Phone FR 2.6313 $795
2-4JJ1. 2 bedroom house 61 Wanted to Buy FOR SALE TV Antenna $25. Phone SAVE to $1,500 Northcentrol Florida's
$70 month. Unfurnished 2 bed-
FR BANK !
6-5444. FINANCING PAYMENT
1 BR, living rm.. dining rm.. $100 room house. $60 month. Furnished NEW. 10" wide mobile homes Largest SEVERAL GOOD CLEAN OLDER NO DOWN
per mo. 106 NW 10th St. Prefer duplex apt.. $90 month. FR WANTED: water cooler must be Hoover Town .. MODELS IN STOCK. ALL
mat students. McKinney, Green, 4-7444. priced reasonable and In good Portable 3860 S.W. Archer Country Rd.Trailer FR Sales 22290. Independent Dealer' CARS THOROUGHLY RECON 2 months before YOUR first payment is due (July

Inc. FR 1-3417. working condition. Call '372-8441 -New $69.95. DEMONSTRATOR. DITIONED. Oil changes lubricated 2. 1964)) These cm are completely reconditioned. Some -
2 BEDROOM unfurnished house ext. 20. S-5 weekdays. $49.95. Guaranteed. and new filter cart-
REAL NICE 2 broom furnished for rent. $40 per month. Call ridges. have new paint Jobs. Some have brand new tires. Everyone
house, till bath 8. hardwood FR 2-4934. SMALL camper size bottle gas KIRBY SALES & SERVICE vi them
of ((8 to
GW ready
floors separate $living and din. stove. Call 4429440 Alachua 712 N. Main 671101117.. Todays Special go.
Ing Rm. No I",. children orpets 3 houses ,for rent. Available now. Fla. Open This Sunday
STRAWBERRIES. you pick them 56 Ford 2-Jr $29 Mon. 53 Chev. 2- $11] per m*.' Ph. FR 4-2823. 3 bedroom. 1 bath completely ATCRANE'S
for used furniture refrigerators 25 cents quart. Bring
CASH your your con 2 to 6
redecorated month 714 N.W.
$100 p.m.
HOUSE TRAILER, 45 X 10', 2 br. 22nd Ave. Available 5th air stoves TVs clothing tainer. J. R. Walnwright Farm, 57 Ply. 2-dr. $31 Mon. 58 Rambler $32 MOB. :
US per mo. Swimming pool. Call May etc. FR 2-3937. William's 2 miles E. of Stark Road 16.
4-0097 Sundays week days after conditioned 3 bedrooms. l'/i Service Center Hawthorne. -APT. size USED CARS 57 Stud. Wa,. $24 Mon. 58 Ch.". 4-dr. $15 Mon.
bath large screened porch, gas stove $29; Magic RaulcrsonMotors
S pm. $125 month. 601 N.W. 36th Terr. Chef gas range $19.95 refrigerator 57 Ford Wa,. $24 Mon. 55 Metro $24 Mon. .
2 BEDROOM-house. 226 N.W. 19th available June 7th 3 bedroom. 64 Household Goods $45; bookcase he a d- 516 S. MAIN ST. .

Lane,'$70 per month. Phone FR IVi bath fenced back yard $125 board bed. complete $29 T.V. 1963 V.W.-with sun roof beautiful red- 55 Chev. 2-dr. $31 Mon.
2-8490. month 314 N.W. 36th Terr. Call T-A-G APPLIANCESTested with stand $29 power mowers

3 BEDROOM living rnv, dining FR 2-1474 Sunday or after 6 p.m. and Guaranteed $1495 each; 1 coffee and 2 end- extra clean. This car has radio, heater and Lots of Other Models for Less Money! -
Weekdays for appt. to see. 42 Refrigerators from $39 tip tables new $14.95 chest. $6; playpen
rip. kit. 3 porches $75 per mo. Ranges from $39 up $6; boy's and girl's 20" is an eye catcher. 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD
McIntosh, 1 block off "1, II FOR RENT unfurnished house. 2 17 Washers from $19 bikes $12.50 each overstuffed
miles south of Gainesville. W. BR. Fla. Rm. 2 bath, hardwood 8 Dryers from $49 up up chairs new uPholstery. $19.95 For the price-call FR 6-2425 its easy RIDGWAY Motor Co.

W. Waters Ph. 591-2921.. floors very nice. $85 per mo.. 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up baby bed $$1195 6W' Black and 372-5285

BEDROOM duplex at '2016 S.E. 37,-."" '.. 2 Dishwashers from S49 up Decker skill saw $19.95; book. to trade at
Home
2M! Place. Corner 2ist'St. House 3 Bedrooms. 1 bath, screened 10 TV Sets from$35 up case $6. W* buy & sell. Free of A-1 Used CarlCARS..TRUCKS.JUPS

open. Call FR *423fl. porch electric range. $100 JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. delivery. Call Fit e-OISO, Paul GW CRANE'S GW
a ROOM. 2 tath. very clean & month. Call Mc-Klnney Green 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 I"*'.. 1415 E. Univ. Ave. 1132 South Main FR 2-8433

nicely, furnished home at 10*, NE Inc. FR 23417.ADVERTISE. .NUBIAN desk and coffee table of ELECTRIC: typewriter good condition -
3rd it. $150 pr month. Ph. :374eoo2 black oak $15 and $30. UnderWood $95. Call after i P.M. -
or contract H. G. Bollinger IN THE! 1 I portable typewriter S20. 3724738 I I I I

I DIRECTORY Call FR 30124.SERVICES .
Starke. _ _ SERVICE m__ 3 THERMOSTAT window f.nswlt" The best ofprogress BARKLEY MOTORS
frames 2 speed Intake and S
r exhaust $20 each. 1, :3-speed floor
f fan $10; 1. 10" oscillating fan $4. ?'
Call FR 6-4348.

THAYER baby bed with new mattress and a proud tradition
$30; like new Portacrlbwith
mattress $18. Call :376-4728.
1825 N.W. 7th St.

TWO girl's English bicycles, with
Home And BusinessPAINTING 3 speed transmission baskets

lights and all the extras. Both
bikes nearly new and In perfect
condition. Phone FR 2-2735.
Bulldozing
SMALL, modern easy chair $18.
Modem walnut coffee table $12.
.. Radio phonograph. 3 -speed $20.
I SMAll. bulldozer loader. dump WANTED: Painting. Free es- Large toy box. with chalk board
II trucks. fill dirt lime rock. Top timates. No job too small. $5. Electric Iron $4. Turquoise

Ir I soil. Phone 372-7844. Work guaranteed. Phone ceramic table lamp 33" height. Discounted to 5500

BULLDOZERS & Dragline, Back; FR 2-5630. 3-way switch $8. FR 2-0729) aft- up
r hoe. wheel tractors motor er 1:30.BOLEN -

racier. Free estimates. W. G. ride-A-Matic tractor with
(Buck) Johnson, FR219.. Plumbing disc and plow good condition 5-64 Fords 62 FordGalaxt

$175. Call FR 2-6477.
I 500", 4 door sedan 2 door hardtop Guests "MO" 4 door sdn. Automatic tranv
Concrete FOLDING CAMP trailer
NEW
I SEWER ( & 4 door hardtop power steering power brakes. mission radio heater a cream puff, i-owner.
INSTALLEDNEW MOON) $95. Model R, John
I Automatic transmission, radio heater, 4-9000
& used fixtures. complete Deere tractor $700. Both In good miles. Priced to say you money. $1 8 95
plumbing service BIQ" JIM condition. Shell Station. Interla-
CONCRETE
I finishing. Walks. HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumb- chen, Fla. Ph. 684-7711 after j
drives, patios slabs and shuffleboard 'ng, FR MM9. p.m. 8-63 Fords 62 Corvair
etc., expertly done. Estl-
matfs Call 377-38M xnvtim' *. CLOSE OUT SALEOn
RemodelingNEED 4 door hardtop door sedan & one convertlbt Monza Spyder, +speed transmission bucket
II FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA Wallpaper. 98c a Roll All but two have air conditioning, price from .Mats turbo-charged engine. A nil hot box.
HARPER PAINT CO.
Reduced to only
A NEW Florida room carport 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366 2395 to 2495 $

FIREEXTINGUISHER patio. screened-ln porch, COLEMAN MOBILE HOME AIR 1895
etc.? Call now and get It don CONDITIONING
CO. SYSTEMS
for the summer months. Call
Sales and Service Phone "Dan- FR 60067.
AH types of Fire Extinguishers 37J4W estimates.after 5 P.M. for fret A-I HANDYMAN SHOP 6-63 Chevrolets 55 Ford

Pick up and delivery service AUTHORIZEDColeman 2 door hardtops, 4 door hardtops 4 door seConvertible.. good top, finished In bright red. -
C R. Thomas Ph. 376-WW Upholstery Service Center dans, some with air conditioning. alt with A real fine older car In good condition. Save

Appliance Repair & Gainesville, Fla. ELEC. range $49 refrigerator $45; power steering. radio heater, automatic transyou a lot of money on this avis at only

Air Conditioning 5 good used 750 x 14 Firestone .

Mortgage BrokerFHA UPHOLSTER prices.your furniture Call Sally.treasonable $20.4-ply Phone tires. $5 FR each 64848.or all S for Whichever car you drive with the mb$249Somto 2695 $495 :

EI'Derlenred. FR 9881..

II t A-l HANDYMAN SHOP and conventional at lowettcurrent NOW. you can enjoy cooking willsgas. !, exclusive three-pointed star on the: 59 Chevrolet
Installed
Gas wed.
Appliance range.
First In air conditioning and
rates. Terms to 23 Sewing-Alterations
repairs. We sell guaranteed FREE with our LP gas. $45 i 3-63 Fiat Bel-Air 4-dr. h.rdtopCompare this price any
years. Will gladly discuss at no .
washers refrigerators! etc. obligation. Call tomorrow. complete. Propane LP Gas,. : radiator you will experience the where In northcentral Florida and you'll come

FR 62067. J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor ALTERATIONS on W e men'S SW Archer Road. Phone FR. 1100* 4 door sedans priced from .to Berkley Motors.

31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-044 clothing also buttonholes. 5110. same thrills as the Mercedes-
AIR CONDITION repair any many
belts & dressmaking. Call ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna 1295 $895
make or modeL Special price
FRED B. ARNOLD STMIfl. Double stack complete. Nothing 0
I window wnlts charged with gas REALTOR else to buy SIS. Brants. Benz enthusiasts all over the world: .
I, 815. Frt estimates. Also clean FHA AND CONVENTIONAL FordStation
Sewing Mechlfit Rtpcirt 513 N.W. 8th Avenue.
utility rooms oarages. *. stor- LOANS 62 Olds w.JZ
,I _*7*rooms._ Phon 376-4949. 121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 971452) USED Chain Sw $SO up. New pride In superb workmanship down to engine standard transmission
CALL-SEWING MACHINE j'EJE 4 hp saws $89.95. We repair **
4 door hardtop. Fully equipped Including a good dependable carl Excellent economy
Approliol Senrict MORTGAGE MONKY5Vt Av VICI. CO..,ali.' W. University all *U chain saws a> lawn mowers. the smallest detail remarkable durability air conditioning. A lIke new one owner cream and comfort for the family on that summerpuff.
per cent Interest. Terms. to we repair Chain saw rentals. MeCuliech.Wisconsin .
Priced at only vacation
trip.
4 2 S "I''''' Makes. Wore fully OUMaMeed. Mid irlfio Stratton

FRED B. ARNOLD BUY BUILD REFINANCECall Healer. Florida Saw Co. FR and the reassuring feeling of 52695ft $695

REALTOR Tires Alignment 6-341 1.DOWLING'S.
HEAL>STATE APPRAISAL 125 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 -
UPHOLSTERY safety In situation.CRANE
SERVICE Dan Byrd Brake Service any .
1m W.: uVllV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Chairs low as $8. No money
Sunbeam
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GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA down low as $5 per month.
and conventional loans. Low VACATION SPECIAL Free estimates pickup and delivery

Auto Equipment rates. Terms to 25 vears. 1228 ON famous-nationally known Mo service. All work guaran. 15 !Unique Sports Car features BerkleyMotors
W. Univ. Ave. 372-539X hawk tires . Save up to teed. Phone 3767786.STRAWBERRIES.
50'11o on new tires. See Racing style engine
our new
HYDRAULIC FORDYCE and Associates Inc. ;
JACKS rebuilt t
exchanged kits for Conventional and F.H.A. leans.Cat wrap around retread that gives 40 Miles per gallon of gasoline
Repair more mileage & traction. Lati- 25 cts. per quart pick your on. r.4ERCEOESBENZ. _
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Walker Hydraulic Jack Realtor. Fordyce & Associates. on Brooker Road. Phone 485-
IService -Agent. HULL'S BRAKE Inc.. 924 .West University Ave 2635. -
1 SERVICE L SUPPLY 1314 S. nue. WINDOW CLEANI.GWINDOWS -

Main FR 2-97 I i S149S

cleaned floors cleaned : "''n the Auto Game
Auto Gloss and waxed houses washed, 10 i
Sun Want Ads yrs. experience. Free estimates. 11' LONESTAR BIG FISHERMAN I Borkle 's the Name"

Phone FR '-59!!. with 10 H.P. Johnson "
motor. Excellent condition. LINCOLNMERCURY P.O.E.
AUTO CLASS'. Is our only bust Leaving town. Cash talks. Ask OPINE SUNDAY 1-6
MS*. Yard Work
Immediate
Installation for Mr. Turner Cedar Key

I tree beauty pickup a< value.. delivery.to your Add car. Get Results CHARLES VYORSHAM special Trailer Park. Call 290U 505 S. UNIVERSITY AVE. FR 2-4251 2201 K. Main St. FR 2-4373

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I Safer in Battle Zone Than Downtown Saigon I explosive,Communist charge saboteurs to the..meduI side of -- ,- .--r- RE-ELECT ,,

I the ship Saturday as it was
; ; hollered 'Watch it' and .In all, eight Americans were I Saigon has had hundreds of holidays.Viet moored alongside the dock in Edgar Leo Johnson
( ) to run.' There was a tre- wounded in the terrorist attack. terrorist attacks in the past 10 Cong: propaganda was the Saigon river and blew a holein A ALACHUA COUNTY COMMISSION.. _
bang. I kept running. expected to exploit the disablingof the.side. The ship settled to DISTRICT 1 :-
The four still hospitalized suffered The Communists are expected -
years. Alechea Cwinty Native-6*iMSV*! RMUaUFAMILY
the U.S. aircraft the river bottom Re- .
[ realize I'd been hit until wounds such attacks ferry ship muddy *
multiple shrapnel to step -S
up Card as a David and Goliath pairs are under and plansare 5 WIFE: PermerMADGE PHINNEYtf WUIIStMDAUGHTERS
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down and there was way
but were .reported in good con-I.during May, which contains sev- :Janet(age II)A Car*I Cato e)
all victory against the United being made to raise her. ,
ov.er'me. dition. eral Communist and Vietnamese ''.SY+ METHODIST-LAWYER DEMOCRAT- USINESSMAH-"
exploded* two feet away ,''I Extcwtivt Secretary' W.. Wet..eys Ass. .
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me. I guess it's a miracle VOTE FOR RE-ELECT ,"'u"' I
[ : .still alive," said Spec, ; .4 y
Arnett, 19, of Louisville, W. "Tiny" EXPERIENCED. IN GETTING THINGS DONE ,,
SIDNEYMARTIN New Alachua G ne Hospital THE RECORD Long-range roads'eonst.planSubdivision i
L Sgt. Ireneo Mayo of the tiiiiiIiiiTALBOTSUPERINTENDENT regulations Sidewalks to public chool. ,
l es said he had jut Planning & Zoning Program New;County CourthopseFull
the street and had 4me Civil Defense Prog.
t I Recreation: Development, Full-time Veterans-Service Off.
to light a cigarette Water Resources Planning More efficient.eoue tYStvrt. t
"Boom, the first thing I sa OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION Regional Library & Bookmobile Stable/ .leadership-&,Coopers
I was,on.the ground. ? COUNTY COMMISSIONER t.. Long-range mosquito,cont. plan tionJn! :! government'atatt'levelr:
four-men.are,attached to FOR THE FUTURE t
Alachua County DISTRICT NO. 5
: company at Soc- .x; Stable Conservative Tax Base The"Paynes Prairie Project
in the Communist-infest .... ; EXPERIENCED CAPABLE Progress With Economy Zoning Roads Recreation Fish & Wildlife ManagementNatural
Thinking people know where the agitators are work- Will continue to serve all the people of Alachua County Agricultural- Center. Resources Conservation- I'
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"first weekend They; leave were on in ing. 'I I am working at GHS all day, daily, educating County. Continued Progress t
ildren--nor: politicking on the job. (pd.'Adv. Vote for SIDNEY MARTIN Pd.'Adv. PULL LEVER 29A (P T. Adr.I t tr

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