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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
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Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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How Do All Oppose Crrocery' Medicine

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TheyStand TALLAHASSEE (AP) Flor- to try to repeal The three were on groceries and medicine. Other candidates ,said they the state cannot
, ... .0., Ida's nine candidates for Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia County conscientiously
.:: :tea ; :" : gover- High proposed a severancetax wanted a general study of the meet the demands of our citizens
nor leaned toward revenue Sen. of Lakeland ; the removal
1 "- Scott'Kelly on timber state's-tax structure before con- with existing tax sources
"- $ promising to repeal some taxes and Mayor Robert King High of and minerals from their.natural sidering new taxes, I would not hesitate to recommend '
and not to levy others-as the Miami. None of the other can- state. He proposed that one- All candidates favored economy an increase in taxesorthe
age-old political means of luring didates mentioned it. third of the
revenue, remain in in government as a meansof imposition of new taxe i'l
votes. AU came out strongly, though the county collected and ear- securing more cash to run the Burns stressed that he wanteda
(Editor's Note: The six Democratic and three Republican But in Florida, the questionof against extending the 3 per cent marked for industrial develop- state. full scale study of the state's'

4 j candidates for governor of Florida responded taxes has not fired up the political sales tax to groceries and medi- ment, recreation or public Here are the candidates posi tax structure before levyingany ,
to an Associated Press request for their positionson stumpers to the fever of cines, saying they would opposeit health. The other two thirds tions on the question of revenue: new taxes.
several major issues facing the next administration. other years. vigorously. would to the
go state general DEMOCRATS Former
: Sen Fred 0. (Bud)
Each issue and the candidates' views will be dis-
The main tax issue so far has Republican Rep. Charles Hoi- fund.H. Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack- Dickinson of West Palm Beach:
cussed discusses in separate dispatches. Today's installment -, been. the recently increased ley of Pinellas County said he B. (Bob) Foster of Fort sonville: "In the event the present "I am opposed to any new taxes

revenue. automobile license tag fee which would veto any new taxes; ,and Myers Beach, a Republican, studies for economy and realignment and intend to yield grudgingly
three candidates have promised Kelly said he would veto a tax date favoring a severance tax. of revenue show that (See PLATFORM on Page 3))

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{. By JEAN CARVER ., plaint is "completely without Shows His it

t ''i Son Staff Writer equity."
'\ Rail Tall DeadlineMust
The Gainesville Can vas s
.., Board this morning repeated The city attorney argued thatif .
its request that Dr. Ed win the defeated candidate's re-
Andrews' election contest suit quest that he, not Byron Winn,
be declared Two Faces
be dismissed by Circuit Judge winner the result
George Patten. would mean "gross voiding of
City Attorney Osee Fagan qualified legal voters who are Have

filed the answer which was re completely innocent of any Countdown
t 2fow $ork' Sinus
quested Tuesday by Judge Pat wrongdoing.

ten early this morning. He said even if it were pos- By THEODORE SHABAD Answer
He said the Andrews com- sible to exclude alleged illegal MOSCOW Two quite different Khrushchevs castigated the
votes claimed in the Andrews I Chinese Communist leaders Wednesday at a Soviet Polish a r

I suit, the election results wouldbe I friendship meeting in the Kremlin. By Monday

unchanged, noting it is impossible One was the dignified premier of the Soviet Union, who
L Tax Form to distinguish votes peered studiously through rimless glasses as he read from a WASHINGTON (AP) B'ar-

i.1'i', within or among precincts when prepared text, occasionally stumbling over words and turning gainingtalks aimed at avertinga
voting machines are used. page after page with a mien of satisfied accomplishmentThe nationwide railroad strike p'f
,r( Cartoon Fagan said the canvass board other was a spellbinder of rapidly changing emotionsand were spurred on today by Pres k
> has no knowledge of irregular moods who, tearing off his glasses, departed from the ident Johnson's implied shorter
: "ot ? voting or faulty registrations text to harangue 6,000 people gathered in the Palace of Con: deadline for a voluntary settle

(/ l.l Funny charged by Andrews in several gresses. ment.
precincts in the city election The second Khrushchev was by far the more interesting "and "We should know definitely,
'' WASHINGTON (AP-No one and was not in error in declar- the more effective. not later than next Monday,
:. I has ever been known to break ing Winn the winner by 46 votes. With biting sarcasm he charged that the Chinese expected the whether the parties to this dispute .
out laughing while preparing his He added that the grand juryis supposedly over-fed Soviet people to halt their economic devel- will settle it by .the proc- ,." ,,'*.,' .'
.I income tax, but the Internal currently studying the stateattorney's opment and convert all Soviet industry to making trouser belts ess of bargaining and by 'responsible > j r .
Revenue Service likes to "so them."
pretend investigation of reported we can tighten reason,"Johnson said
things aren't all that dreary. election irregularities on Then, as playful irony gave way to cold anger he continued: Wednesday."The .,
March 17. "This is supposed to be an inspiration for our people to go
So this that but country expects that an-
year, handy TIk.hb.I
The answer further stated: forward? Forward to where? To the grave?" :
terribly dull pamphlet, ."Your swer to be yes," Johnson said Y ,
"The only matters complained Chuckling to himself the Soviet,leader said: n
Federal Income Tax," was after conferring privately with jf.#.Jj
about are those whichare "What do you think the Chinese workers and peasants would
spruced up with sketches. mere technical matters in prefer if we talked to them face to, face and offered them a federal ,mediators and negotiators 1

F .-.You could almost sense a note .connection with the keeping and' choice between war or ,rice!" .... ,for j five.'Uri: !tooiii.andnearly' '
.I of all the "I think they would take the rice," he.added quietly. 200 railroads. r
4 accomplishment MortimerM. way (See ELECTION on Page Z) Khrushchev. stuttered with excitement when he said accord- Johnson did not say what he
to Commissioner
up. ing to the Chinese revolutionary doctrine the Soviet Union might do if the talks fail, but he ,ALike $
Caplin. Red would have to declare war on France to help the French work- would have no power to halt a
But an illustration accompanying Troops ing class take power. scheduled strike April 25 unlesshe

an explanation of "oil, gas "Who asked us to mix in their affairs?" he said. "What do asked ,Congress for special ,t. ,:

and mineral depletion" struck a MassingIn we know about them?" legislation.The .
sour note.Depicted. Then with bitter finality he added, "This is the wrong way five-year dispute over
is a ranch-style and we reject it." wages, job classifications and
house oil derricks off in the Viet Nam In triumphant tones the premier reverted to one of his favor working conditions had exhausted
distance curved swimming ite themes of how the once-backward Russian people were now all provisions of federal law :
pools and girls in bathing suits KIEN LONG South Viet Nam conquering space. "And you cannot go much farther than that" when Johnson won a 15-day e 'T: IT'L
+ front and center. (APCommunist units were he added. strike postponement last Fridayand
Minor S. Jameson Jr., execu reported massing in the Mekong His remarks were filled with pungent, colorful phrases set up the emergency bar-
i tive vice president of the Independent River delta countryside todayfor mostly at the expense of Mao Tse-Tung, the Chinese leader.At gaining talks.

Petroleum Associationof another assault on the dis one point in his prepared speech Khrushchev quoted at "There is no settlement yet," missilemen putting the final touches on a space

America, wrote Caplin the trict capital of Kien Long. length from a statement supposedly made by Mao at the World Johnson said Wednesday on the bound rocket, construction workers are bolting in place
implication is clear "that the af- Two airborne government Communist Conference of 1957 about Chinese plans for steel ex- sixth day of the talks, "and a'' giant new cement storage bin at the Denny ConcreteCo.
The called for China to match British
pansion. plans
fluent life with private swim companies took up positions output there can be no settlement until on Southwest 3rd Street. The big container will be
within 15
ming pools is made possible, within the perimeter of the town years. all issues are disposed of." capable of holding 6,000 bags of cement. The new addi-
As Khrushchev read the statement in a 'sarcastic tone
Communists mauled His reference to a definite decision and will mix 175
apparently exclusively, by the which the tion to the plant costs $330,000 yardsof
punctuated it with remarks like "just look how they are
Reinforcements by Monday was the first concrete hour. Cleveland Construction Co. is
depletion provisions in the tax last Sunday. per Guy
and "this
going to expand, is someone talking who never .
into the civil guard out- official indication that he will the work.Predict. "
laws. poured doing _.
made steel and thinks all you have to do is stand in front of a fur-
withstoodthe not let the entire 15-day post-
"Propaganda, said Jameson. post that successfully nace and steel will come pouring out."
"We see no justification for you assault. Ridiculing Chinese efforts to ,build up the steel industry by ponement elapse without con- .
t to relate swimming pools and Townspeople demanded to be means of small backyard ovens, the Soviet. leader interjected sidering other steps. 6 Months i
bikinis to oil and gas wells." taken to safer areas. Scores of laughingly: "So far. there's been no threatof

Oil country newspapers joinedthe peasants were pouring in from "We heard that the widow of Sun Yat Sen also built an iron legislation," said George
protest. So did Sen. John the countryside of the Ca Mau and steel plant under her window, or rather a little furnace, be- Reedy White House press sec

Tower, R.Tex.Caplin peninsula the southern tip of cause it was regarded in poor taste not to take part in the retary.See Of Racial CrisesATLANTA ; :
insisted he is innocent Viet Nam. steel drive. That is metallurgy for you." ( RAILS on. Page 2)) : .

The picture was intended only The only American in Kien Madame Soong Ching-Ling, the widow of Dr. Sun, who was u.; '
"to add interest and readability Long, an adviser with the air the founder of the Chinese Republic in 1911, is a high officialin Man Crushed (AP) -The Southern tial campaign and many state :
: to the text" he wrote Jameson, borne troops said intelligencesources the Peking regime. Regional Council says the races." --
not as "propaganda against the reported the Viet Cong Recalling Soviet opposition to Chinese attempts to set up a In SubwayNEW next six months will be backed The council said that whether '
: oil and gas depletion provi wanted to overrun the town commune system for agriculture, Khrushchev said one of his with crisis and decision on the Jacksonville is a special case
i sions." again because they failed to de aides on a visit to China during that period bad found no chickens YORK (AP) A man racial scene. rests ultimately with the South.

But the nation's No. 1 tax collector molish the civil guard post Sun- and no eggs because commune members had allegedly eaten was dragged the length of a sub-,, indication points to The report detailed the riotingin
isn't in the kind of job them all in community mess halls. way station platform and was "Every and Jacksonville, the vandalism,
of extent
that collects friends. So Caplin day.After the attack, the government "When Mao told me of his commune plans during my own vis- crushed to death against a tunnel protest activity without precedent an not the use of fire bombs and other

also thought it best to advise rushed in reinforcements.The it to Peking in 1958," Khrushchev said "I told him it was his wall Wednesday.The intensity in the South but in the weapons and the Negro woman
t Jameson that "the illustration Viet Cong battled them for business but we were not going to follow him." victim, Melvin Walker, North only well," the biracial who was shot to death from a
? which you find objectionable three days instead of melting Alluding to the Soviet Union's own experimentation with 43, and his wife were boardingan said as Wednesday.In passing car. I
will not be used in the future." away into the countryside, their communes shortly after the revolution, Khrushchev added: Independent line train at the group "The provocation seemed to
t usual practice. "We ate all our chickens once before." 81st St station. Mrs. Walker got a 14-page report dealing center around impatience with I
in, but the door closed on her primarily with the March out- the lack of desegregation prog !
said nearly
tT Rescuers American sources husband's hand.:! break of Jacksonvillethe ress, resentment of a gradually t
300 government soldiers were As the train started, Mrs. council said: getting tougher handling of demonstrations I
t killed or wounded the heaviest SHE'LL END SOLO Walker and other passengers "In both summer and early in municipal court
t Near Miner toll of a single engagement in screamed. But before someone fall, some of the most recalci- and an immediate flareup of resentment __
the war. They said civilian casualties school districts of the the
pulled an emergency cord, trant Deep over mayor'sspeech"
6 BURKE. Idaho (AP-Rescu-: might exceed 200. At least HOP SINGING SOLOS Walker was banged against a South will be under court orderto the council said.
I ers worked through the night 60 Viet Cong bodies were station pillar and railing. The desegregate. And in the back- Apparently this was a reference -

attempting to reach a 47-year- found, and American advisers OAKLAND Calif. (APJerrie day Mrs. Mock stepped out of train stopped about 100 feet inside ground of all this, there will be to a speech by Mayor Hay'
old miner trapped at the 7,000- believed many casualties were Mock prepared today to fill her red-and-white Cessna 180 the tunneL the excitement of the presiden- (See RACIAL on Page 2)) .. .

foot level in the Star mine, carried off. the cockpit of her singleengineplane into the arms of her husband,
Idaho's biggest and deepestzinc In Kien Long the Communists with operatic song along Russel 39, a copy supervisor in
mine. One man died in the killed and mutilated the district the last 2,800 miles of her attempt an advertising agency.
chief his wife and child and to be the first woman to II
accident killed or wounded a number of fly solo around the world. "She'd rather have a double Movies Taken Inside Heart .
Crews were within 12 feet of other government officials and shot of Scotch right now," confided -
Barney McCoy near dawn. He "It was about time a woman her husband as be hand-

and Reed Peck 41, Wallace, sympathizers. did it,II she said. ed. her two orchids instead. CHICAGO (AP) A surgeon showed scenes heart pumps blood out into the body. And he has _; !
Idaho, were working in the deep About six hours later, Mrs. from movies taken inside the living .
Mrs. Mock, 38, mother of thrilling movies of the inside of the right upper chamber ...
est part of the mine when they Mock sat on a bed in an Oak- :\
with internal periscope today.
three, needs only to the heart a new and left lower I
1,200 of the dog heart the right cham
"rockburst"which jland hotel sipped her ;
were trapped by a WHERE miles from Oakland to El room The periscope is thrust down a blood vessel
or so
sent rocks and timbers Paso, Tex., and then the final Scotch and told of her loneliness into dog's hearts. There, ,it lights ''up the in- bers, and the valve between the upper and low' : :: I

into the shaft 1,650 miles to her hometown of in flight"I terior of the heart and walls, to take movies. A chambers on the right side. -. i
The body of Peck was recov- TO FIND IT Columbus, Ohio, the starting couldn't even get any good heart specialist then can look through the tubeto Thousands of children are born with heart ;. Ii
ered Wednesday night about point March 19. She has flown music on the plane's radio," see what is going on and decide whether surgery defects. The heart periscope inspection could
five hours after the accidentHe Comics . . : 20 more than 20,000 miles east to she said. "So I sang opera. is needed to make heart repairs.' show surgeons what bad to be done before they i
had been crushed to death Classified . 21-23 west over both major oceans I'm not a very good singer." An improved, flexible, instrument now is being operate. T f: !
by the debris which came downon S Entertainment 8 and three continents, singing On her current flight the 5; built said: Walter J. Gamble of Children's Hos- Dr. Gamble said he bad once bad a peek atthe
him.A Opinion Poge . 4 arias ,to relieve the loneliness. foot 107aviatrix becamethe pital in Boston. aorta. In adults, inspection of that great artery .-,-; I I
mine official said rescuers Sport . 1316Women' After the 2,400-mile flight first woman ever to fly solo Dr.. Gamble has taken' slow-motion movies of might show whether it was affected by the "nisV'that ,-. I
0 . 10, It across the Atlantic Ocean to underlies heart attacks. I
'valve which openS and closes the
aortic as
{ had no indication whether McCoy from Honolulu to Oakland in 17 ..... -
was alive. T hours and 20 minutes Wednes L (See FLIER OB Page Z) : i

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I 2 Gainesville Sun Thursday, April l 16, .1964 t
he'll be back for more cam, primary winner.In work out of Indlanapvus. leas

More About More AboutRails Weather Roundup Wallace paign appearances but he set t the Republican primary, 'only major opponent, Harold E.
I no dates. Sen. Barry M. Goldwater of Stassen, will appear on the But-

:1 u f. ., Draws Fire Indiana ,convention delegate s. Arizona will make only one appearance ler campus Friday
Flier '- are bound to cast their first. next Monday piped Write-in votes are not permitted -

eew 9alu..r ballot vote for the presidential;( into a statewide television net in Indiana.

! From Page 1' .A..e B I In Indiana "

From Page 1 ESTABLISH!!} 1904Ucidcocki
"The principal question" Vs0\\ INDIANAPOLIS Ind. (AP-

Africa and the only woman ever Johnson said "is whether these ZONES v The tempo and the temperature!

to pilot a single engine plane bargainers can, in 15 days get B C. fair through Friday. V\\ \> of the Indiana Democratic presidential -\

l thou the Pacific. over four years of the idea of Low tonight 50 to 55, high i\ V primary rose sharply

"This is something men do all somebody else settling their disagreements Friday 80. Easterly 5 to 12 4 1 \ today after a one-day visit to I
the time," said Mrs. Mock for them. I hope mile winds. t Indianapolis by Gov. George C.
evaluating her flight "It was' they can. I think they can." A: Clear to partly cloudy and mild +s Wallace of Alabama.
through Friday. Low tonight 50 to. 1-
about time a woman did it" I He asked for another "defin M. High Friday 71 to M. t Wallace drew a blistering de- _
D: Fair through Friday. Low tonight N. J OUTDOOR FURNITURE
Her husband told of the crowd itive" talks this '
report on the by In 50s. high Friday 10. East to e nunciation from Gov. MatthewE.
expected to greet Mrs. Mock: weekend. northeast 5 to 15 mile winds.E jI..
Welsh Indiana 1
of whom he
F: Fair through Friday. Low tonight Take Advantage of Our law, law Prlcesl.
when she returns to Columbus The five train operating'- In SOS high Friday 2. East to will oppose in the May 5 pri
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northeast 5 to U mil winds.G
either Saturday.I
Friday' or ions about em- '
represent 200,000
: Fair through Friday. Low. tonight .l mary.
"The homecoming will be ployes. They are protesting pro- M to 65. high Friday 12. East + The Alabama said
to northeast 10 to 20 mile winds.H 3
when I decide, interruptedMrs. proposed railroad work-rules I: Fair through Friday. Low to- he is not running as a segregationist -
Mock indicating she's in night 60 to 65. high Friday as to to.
changes which they contend He described himself
East to northeast 5 to 15 mile winds. men t2'J as
no particular rush. would amount to substantial pay : Clear to partly cloudy today and a state and local rights candi I
Friday. Low tonight 45 to 72 high 90JJtilf!
"I'm just a housewife she
cuts for many workers and eliminate Friday' M to IS. East to northeast date.
said. "I get tired of washing many jobs.Charge 10 to 20 jnll* winds.K GAINESVILLE WEATHER The Indiana primary is the
: Partly cloudy through Friday. '-Municipal Airport readings
dishes and ironing clothes.
Low h Friday SO second of three scheduled by
"Maybe I'll want to get out Pair'In to Jon East fOnortheast 10 to 20 for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: Wallace for active I
mile winds. High 82 at 5 p.m., low 49 at campaigning.Last
of the house again and take an- ALMANAC week in Wisconsin he
other flight But this time with 6 ajn. No rain
Sunset today f.57 p.m. polled 260,000 votes .about 35
my husband in a bigger plane. BurglaryOfVFWHere Sunrise tomorrow t:01 a.m. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE per cent of the total cast in a tAAA I

"And about this trip I'm goIng Moonset Quarter tonight.. 11:50 April p.m.It Jacksonville ........... S2 H 52 L Prep.First the Democratic presidential pri l1h
h to write a book-"How to PROMINENT STARS Miami .................. SI 70 ..17
10.00 Tampa .... ., S3 63 mary. His third campaignwill
)j| Fly Around the World and See Vega,rises sets .; : pjn.Sinus p.m. Atlanta ':...?...::::::::: 70' 47' be in'Maryland.Wallace iVew.
A routine drivers license VISIBLE PLANETS New Orleans ........... 71 51
Nothing said Mrs. Mock. Venus high In west at senset. Boston ................. 54 39 .35 came to Indiana 3 PIFCE ,, r"MUMINLIM
"She just may do that" said check by Florida Highway Patrolmen Saturn rises .. 3:56'.m. New York .............. SS 39 .32 Wednesday one day after hav-
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CEDAR KEY TIDES Washington : 70 39 and STEEL'W.GLIDER
her husband. in Tallahassee may Friday High at 5:46 am. and 4:19 Chicago ................ 53 53 big placed fourth among nine .
have solved a burglary committed p.m. Low at 10:19 '.m. Kansas City ...;........ 12 62 sETI >
MARINE FORECAST Denver ................ 74 39 write-in candidates in Illinois. c
More AboutElection here Saturday. EAST GULF: East to northeast Ft. Worth ............ 12 54 He polled more than 4,500 voteson lugged stMl with aluminum from. .
winds S to 15 knots and generally fair ,Los Angeles .........; 95 54 .smooth" BolJ cn
Walter L. 36, and Gild cidion.
: Ketterman through Friday. Seattle ................ 49 37 both Democratic and Republican nail pattern. Handsome whit-
Warren, J. Pittman, 32, both of ballots there. This Croup Includes:

Jacksonville, were stopped by More Welsh, who entered the presidential .SI" 3 Passenger Glider
patrolmen. When they couldn't primary only to claim Sturdy Matching Chair
From Page 1 produce a drivers license they AboutRacial Hoosier delegates' votes for Each Beautiful Matching Rocker 3 Pieces
hauled off to jail deputieshere President Johnson said piece ha t 2 coats
were quickly of baked enamel finish $3.00 DOWN $130 A WEEK
: maintaining of records, and say. he, was "not interested" in an

1. these defendents allege thai At the jail in Tallahassee, From Page 1 invitation from Wallace to de- COLORS: Green, led or Yellow,Mnynd t w

when an, otherwise qualified their ,car's contents were check bate.

elector performs all the acts don Burns candidate for The The usually mild-mannered
a governor council report said parenthetically -
required of him to perfect his ed.Alleged loot was found in the of Florida, in which he that "Burns might bright Welsh. said in a statement! We Finance

I registration that such voter .trunk. told Negroes they had no legal to the extent that Negro "This is the man whose beliefs ; i All OurAccount
should not be disenfranchisedof I It reportedly was taken from right to demonstrate and said no leaders may have wanted to were responsible for the deathsof ,1Y *
his constitutional right to the Veterans of Foreign Wars more demonstrations would be show the state that they were innocent children in the ''. t i Easy TermPayments

vote because of an omission by clubhouse on the Waldo Road tolerated. During the speech he not happy with what his 15yearold bombing" of a Sunday School. ,, o 30-60-90 i

some registration or election by burglars Saturday night swore in almost 500 firemen as administration had produced class. :' Day Accounts / l
official unless it can also be i Ketterman and Pittman have special officers. for them." Outside a chemistry 'lecture Considered t

shown that such failure could been charged with breakingand The council is an organizationof hall where Wallace answered '.'cf Cash LOWEST ;
have by design or otherwise entering the club. Burns claimed later that the white and Negro Southeners. Butler University students' 4t # PRICES :
affected the outcome of this stepped up Negro activity was It was formed In 1944 with the questions, another group of students arriI POSSIBLE
election." Summit Snub inspired by his political enemies. avowed purpose of advancing picketed with signs like I tI
The the "no racism in "
city attorney repeated Indiana.
equal opportunity for all, the
argument he made at Tuesday's JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP- Too Helpful South's people.Water "I'm not a racist," Wallace
hearing before Judge Pat ten Sixty.two nations will be invitedto told the applauding students in 1 J

that Andrews fails to meet the the second Asian-African CALHOUN, Ga. (APWhen BarrierTo side. "A racist is one who hates v tOdd

f election contest laws requiringthat summit conference to be heldin the wife of Sheriff Hughdon Davis another person in his heart be- x
he show that he would have Africa next March. opened the jail's bullpen to FloridaIs cause of his color. I would not
been elected if the alleged irregularities But Malaysia will not be be a segregationist president. I folding oi
admit a drunk Tuesday night, a tack chain.
had not occurred. among them unless the dispute prisoner ran out. SpannedVIRGINIA would be a state and local rights 2M/607T $3.98 etc FURNITURE
Patten assured the four settled. And "
Judge with Indonesia is a president. GIANT SIZEOUTDOOR 1

attorneys in the case Tuesdayhe proposed invitation to the Soviet A second followed saying, "I'll BEACH, Va. (AP) I The student audience, askedto UMBKEUA 102 S.W. FIRST AYE. J
intended to expedite handlingthe Union was left unsettled be- get him for you." He didn't, but -The last major water barrierof choose between the policiesof Attractive floral lining. Fringe .
matter'because of the importance cause of objections raised by he caught up with him. the north-south Ocean Hiway: the governors in a mock primary emel.r aluminum/ lilt pole. 7J cli-( $2995 Phone 376.3403 Gainesville

to local government Red China at a preliminary; from New York to Jacksonville, voted for Wallace over 36" ROUND
affairs and the upcoming May meeting which ended Wednes- Both were captured in a field Fla., has been spanned with the: Welsh, 155.Wallace() UMBRELlA TABLE 376.3405 i

5 election. day. near here Wednesday. opening f. the 17.6-mile Chesapeake I flew back: to Alabama Umbrella 8 d-on white enamel $1388- Home Owned and Operated By !
hole in
cay bridge-tannel.Traffic Wednesday night after saying center tl

began moving across hell consider it a victory "if I KENNETH GIBBS tr

the bridge shortly before sunset get any votes at all." He said .. t
1 Wednesday. Not long after thai. -
ANSWERSYOUTHE ferries made their final run;

across the bay.
A $200-million revenue toll I t

bond issue financed the
project S("
VOTERS SHOULD HAVE! -12 miles of concrete trestle 30 I .

feet above Chesapeake Bay,

where it meets the Atlantic .

AN OPEN LETTER TO Ocean two steel bridges, two _____ Itt' s :
mile-long tunnels that dip be-
MR. W. S. TALBOT neath major ship channels four

artificial islands that anchor the f

tunnels, and 1H miles of earth If

P-. .. .. K. -:'. April 16. 1964 fill causeway.

Thieves Fail t- 4 ;

To Clean-U
Superintendent Qf p 1 % Y

Dear Mr. Talbot. : Qf Alac hue County At Cleaners f

fill the office
Con Yu:! Qf this I
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Schools?? A FF investigating
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I. office satisfQctorily T BUSINESS by burglars who broke into M ..
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inferior ? to FtO.B
ne stnCationateachers LM 1
qualification%i on your Police said the intruders

rural QreQS gained entrance to the building
p TREATMENT to the mode stQte- by unlocking a window with a ;

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5. on eduCQtional program schOOl ve n YOU have the last eighteen months 4 o'clock. Mrs. Marte Hill, a %, ?y ; t

KEEP them in students during member of the library staff v'S S !
will ten the following stories:
? .>z "How She Made the Baby Ele- -rv- s r x i
"r phant Happy" "Whittington and

His Cat" and "The Story of .' ,. i1. S.

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For The of the Gainesville High School,

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More About "If additional revenue is justified !tate. recommend new tax should preclude any additional necessary to be Increasin ,
I would favor closing'some sources that will put Florida taxes. taxes." .-.. .
(. .. of the loopholes that exist in our back on the'pay-as-you-go status H. B. (Bob) Foster of Fort Rep. Charles Holley of Pinel- J
.. Platform It present tax structure." He did ...I prefer to further indebtedness. Myers Beach: "The present las County: "I will veto any -
not elaborate.Sen. ., I _can only promise that sources of taxes, so far as I am new taxes. Instead, I proposewe r {ARE YOUR*. J 1
i John Mathews of Jacksonville this would be a fair tax under concerned,have been about ex cut out improper and luxury. i -
From Page 1 :" "I can only hope that which there would be no sacred hausted. I am in favor of some type spending. I would repeal
1\ increased revenue from,,presenttax cows." economy that would make it un the intangibles tax." w
Mayor Robert King High of mobile tax increase voted by the sources will meet our de- REPUBLICANS:
Miami: "I will oppose any fur 1963 Legislature." mands for the immediate future. ,Ken Folks of Orlando: "Re- ..'LV
II ther consumer taxes until those Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia If not, I will not hesi distribution of the tax revenues I .Decorator: StyledDRAPERY : 1
(unidentified) special interest County: "I do not feel that new

groups which have never paid taxes will be necessary; but if \ ,. .
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their fair share of the state taxi the services the state must provide ONE AUNITED SUNSHINE STATEDICKINSON: ,

{; burden are made to pay. I will our people, such as in- ry SPEAKS TO l FABRICSAMPLE "A
fight for the repeal of the auto- creased education facilities, require ., :.: .:
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I Oi. tfntsuill Sun / T1 s Odd Mood Over the SenateS

THE 'j <) 3frm lurk dimra tration has been so concerned tore and responsible leader- istration expected, and a

; By JAMES RESTON about plans by the Brooklyn ship to keep the militant mi- great deal of it has come from

JOHN L I JUtISON.' Fmldeit eat chapter of CORE to tie up all norities from dominating the the opposition to the bill.

.*.U .ra FAT COWLES. Vie Prtil- SOUTHBy WASHINGTON An old traffic leading to the World's news. Many churches, however,
dean ED JOHNSON. Vic President mood of foreboding is devel- Fair just as it is concerned President Johnson remains are just beginning their drives

., "Florida's Beautiful {::. And Ese..U. EdriPreetdeet C.....(Bin) oping in the civil rights de- about talk of creating a water confident that the bill will for the legislation, and there
ATertUtaf *
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? a:'+a; EBEXSOLE.Director BOB TARTAGLIONZ. bate in the Senate. The lead- shortage in New York simplyby pass without crippling amend- will be many more of them
University City' TJ.. rrc.UBt ..4 CtremlaUOB riuucr mi muter ers on both sides segrega- opening the taps. ments. Humphrey who has to by the end of the month. But ;

H&a&u. I Of tt. AUMU. IC*.) c.eeutidla tionists as well as integrationists The lines in the Senate debate get the votes, is not so sure, so far there is little evidence I

,, share a common fear: are just beginning to be and the news of the last few that the broad masses of the

THE SUN'S POLICY He Makes This is that they will not be drawn tight. There is now days about the strength of the people are deeply engaged in

: 1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. able to control events duringthe more support for the adminis- anti-civil rights movement in the struggle.It .

: 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only In-editorials long summer debate and tration's bill and simulta- the North has not added much is the minority groups on I

3. Publish all 'sides of important controversial issues. that some ghastly accident neously, more opposition to it 'to his confidence. both sides who have domi-

: 'No Wild'Charges will inflame the races and than ever before. The balance Much will depend on the nated the issue, and this is
: The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441
command this
once more
lies with a few waverers who reaction of the country when why the leaders are con- .

:' Want Ads-376-4672 doom-filled story.Paradoxically could go either way and are the filibuster really gets going cerned. They have yet to hear a

the principal now the. object of increasing and '''focuses attention on the much from the moderates in

i v antagonists in the debate do pressure from both sides.In issue. The mall has not been the country, and they fear the r

II w Problem not fear one another so muchas this situation, nothing is nearly so heavy as the admin- worst from the .
A Teen-Age they fear their most
own I
t Horace Greeley, an edi- more calculated to lose the
tor of the Civil War period, militant supporters. It is not votes required by the admin-
I Statistics recently released dra- To a large extent, teen-agers go is recalled chiefly for having Sen. Richard B. Russell of istration than carefully plan- ON THE RIGHT =

.matically illustrate the reason for unemployed because of lack of basic said, "Go West, young man, Georgia who fears the driftof ned traffic jams. At least that

-the growing urgency of effective education or employable skills. Sev- go West," and for his continuous some Negro leaders from is Humphrey's judgment of
demonstration into
t : programs for keeping youngsters in eral programs now in progress are efforts to create and civil disobedience, but Sen. the matter. The Senate conceivably MacArthur'schar'
could be shamed or
;w high school, bringing back to school intended to help make up for this Lincoln Abraham had Lincoln's no animusfor pol- Hubert Humphrey of Minne frightened into passing the

.. those who drop out and providing lack: training courses: under the him, but in August of 1364, sota.Russell bill, but it will never be chivvied f

more facilities for those who wantto federal Manpower Development and worn out by Greeley's de- is afraid of violenceby into it by petty annoy-

continue their education beyond Training Act, an enlarged federally- mands, he told the cabinet: the white militants and naces. Plan

y school. aided vocational in high "Greenley is an old shoe Humphrey is afraid of civil In the present parliamentary -
program \
|< ; what- disobedience by his most ardent situation, the Upper
schools the teachers good for nothing now, By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
ever he had been..when a Negro supporters, and House is more likely to be
: The statistics show that the labor reach-one" campaign to bring drop- shoe get old the stitches pull for the same reason. They humiliated into voting for the The revelations of Messrs. we all know now: 30 to 50

.: market is going to be inundated with outs back to school. There also are out...." both fear the reaction of the bill by white violence against Jim Lucas of Scripps Howard atomic explosions girding the
majority of the people against legal demonstration and Bob Considine of the southern Manchurian industrial
untrained: teen-agers in a very few proposals for area vocational schools, AFTER A CENTURY the peaceful
whoever starts the fighting. and this of is what Hearst Press are breathtaking
course, military area; followed bya
: years unless something can be done two-year community colleges and name appears again in a story
Humphrey is probably more concerns the Southern sena- from every point of pincer invasion from the
:: to boost the percentage of those who more vocationally oriented high from Brooklyn. The great-
concerned about this than political, strategical, east and west by 400,000 Chi
.1 complete high school and who re- school curricula. grandson of the Civil War edi- Russell. He is trying to pilot tors.The longer the bill goes on, philosophical, dramatic.No nese Nationalist troops, led

ceive training beyond high school. tor made for the news John as Birch a spokes-S0- the civil rights bill throughthe the greater the danger of one, that I know of, had by two marine divisions; a

\ i Each of these efforts offers some man In Dr. Horace Senate. He needs at least violence. Thousands of white ventured before to say exact- cobalt belt just south of the
ciety. a speech 64 votes to bring the talkingto students will be going into the ly what it was that MacAr- Yula River to isolate the Chinese
The first of this flood will
of the
wave hope mitigating problem of Greeley:
an end probably sometimenear South to help with Negrovoter thur proposed to do end the Army: and the whole
: hit in June, 1965, when boys and jobless, skill-less teen-agers. But no 1. Said we are losing the the close of June. He registration as soon as classes Korean War. We now know leading to a permanently de-
Cold War "because lead-
: girls born in 1947, the first year of our now has only 60 votes and end in June. from Mr. Considine what it gutted Red China.
single program will be adequate by either lack the guts to use
the postwar baby boom, are gradu- ers their trai- isn't very sure of all of them, About then, too, the round- was that MacArthur proposedto Would Russia have Inter.

ated from high school. Enrollment itself. And all of them together will tors."power or are plain and he is convinced that while the-clock sessions are likelyto General Eisenhower im- ferred? "Russia?" the .General -

: figures in the lower grades indicate not prevent unemployed youth from 2. Suggested that Presidents orderly Negro demonstrationsmay begin, and thousands of mediately after he was elected harrumped. makes,

n that nearly every graduation class becoming what Labor Secretary Eisenhower and Kennedy had help him, dramatic civil partisans will be flocking hereto President. It was not only me laugh when I recall the
disobedience creating civic petition their senators. Thisis
Willard Wirtz calls "one of the most planted a "tree of treason" in a program to end the Korean fears of the Truman Ache-
decade will be than
r in the next larger: disorder could very well make a short-tempered city any- son Marshall
Panama. War with decisive military
: the one that preceded it. explosive social problems in the nation's his task impossible. way in the gin and humidity a eral
staff that:.Hussia
3. Accused of in Korea but group'
Secretary victory a great
history"-unless the problemis This is why the adminis- season, and it will take ma-
= State Dean Rusk and colum- deal more, awesome in con- commit, its:armtes"lo a:

f : Even now, jobs are scarce for given top priority in the planningof nist Walter Lippmann of ception. It was a program to war in China's- behalf at the:

7 Y teen-agers. In one recent month, 18 local school boards, state boardsof "cackling senilely over each BELOW OLYMPUS By !Interlandi! abort the rise of Red Chin- end of an endless oriet r a c k

=: per cent of all f een-agers who wanted education, legislatures and Con- surrender." ese power "perhaps. for all (Trans SiSerian Railway)
4. Condemned the' "half- .L:.: r :.. .i.a\ railroad
time"; a kind of MorgenthauPlan to a peninsular bat-
to work were reported unable to gress. No one is going to stop those -
baked and semi-cannibal" nations for Asian Communism. tleground that led only to the

:..find employment. postwar babies from growing up. of the underdevelopedarea 1/ ri1; Within 24 hours after the re- sea. Russia could-not have

j t : of the world. CAMPAIGN HEAVEN lease of the interviewsthey fought us."

5. Said schools now teach"sex" out MAX HU UAuns HAS SENT A had been given ten years ago, MacArthur predicted to

and prepare childrenfor WM WAN TO but MacArthur had apparently Eisenhower that unless his

I. integration" "instead of J IESnKD SAy USJ stipulated that they could plan was adopted, a) the Korean

i Voice of the People Armageddon.At this point, the reportersaid 10 mE VOfEHiM'I not be published during his War would develop into

.: Dr. Greeley referred to CQ J t lifetime the opposition wentto an unsteady truce, and a divided -
work: Douglas "Strange- Korea b
; ) that the Red
the Birch Society as an edu-
L ( I YQT love" MacArthur, they are Chinese
: cational and t IN1 would eventually
i -.On The Sun's organization
Opinion Page= saying. The eponym is the grow into military greatness
said, "We make no wild and ;
unsubstantiated 1I crazy warmonger, the villainof c) that Southeast Asia would
::. Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters no charges. t'S\ -S O the current movie who de- inevitably be lost
I )nust be signed and bear the writers addrcii. Names will bt withheld if requested. A letter should Of those who attack the Birch CSkY to us; d)
jiot exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The Society, he said, most are sires an atomic holocaust as that Japan would in the future
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or "actually Communists and the eeuMaY hotly as Samson desired Deli- necessarily be satellized by

,i! intent. rest Communist dupes. (The ( 4flrtr lah.The Red China; and that 3)) the

psi ::To Clarify GHS sented by the faculty to acquaint Taxes 'Confuse' founder of the Birch Society, 1 ) .7 press and the journalsand "new isolationists," namely,

parents with the school it may be remembered, de- t' $$1llJI the history books will not those who h a v e run foreign

', PTA SituationEDITOR and its problems brought only Merchants? clared President Eisenhowera flitlNt %6itr -. let MacA r t h u r fade away Policy and failed to under-

token attendance largely of Communist.. 31 rirrr now, one can rest assured. stand the importance of Asia
Sun: As a member They will tell us and our in the world
EDITOR AS FOR POLITICS, Dr. struggle, would
already active in : Among
j of the Board of the persons he favored grandchild r en's grandchildren inevitably lose the final
Greeley suggested -
Gainesville opportunity
support of the school and its many merchants that President Truman
Gainesville High School PTA there seems to be widespread Senator Goldwater over 'all j? 1J 1 1r"A to keep Asia free, and
saved the world from ashy
during several in program. I can attest to the misunderstanding about others who would be presi-' an an ally of the West.
years cer-
I end, by refusing the Generalthe
and discouragement
deep disappointment dent.It There is
Which W. S. Talbot served as tain features concerning the 1/ authority to implement his no room to argue
of Mr. Talbot in 3 is good that this latest the particularities of
cent Florida sales tax. MacAr-
and in the interest per little hurt bold
principal, fantasy never anyone design.
for the extreme thur's
this Since unusually program. What
matter. an t ands
1 of fair .play I would like When something is pur. right explains that the society least of all a voter." The General's plan involved, out is its boldness its
of the offi-
large proportion chased in a store with the latter -
to. add my comments toward makes "no wild charges. We sweep: Its instant claim
active members of and
I cers and wrapping mailing the
clarification of his relationship the PTA were fathers, it article to a recipient in an- to are accept still the reluctant founder's, however charges -, FROM KOREA TO VIE r NAM strategic to greatness as p o 1 itical and
with the PTA. other thought. MacArthurwas
seems quite unlikely that Mr. state, the purchaserdoes against former President

:.There is probably no organization Talbot would have referredto not have to pay the Eisenhower, Secretary. of and speaking in the accents,

( difficult in to which create it and is main more the organization as "med- 3 per cent this sales question tax.with After sev-arguing -; State equal prominence Dulles and and others serviceto of But What If We Win? chill with in the the thirties.He insight., of Chur-

dling mothers"Mr. eral store owners, I was told put it to Eisenhower In
tain an active interest than unequivocably that this their country.One By RICHARD WILSON aki. We would not drop the No one in 1950 knew whatto melodramatic

the Senior High School Par Talbot attended all not apply in Florida and thatI did of the greatest puzzlesis Chief, Cowles Washington bomb again. We remain the do with a victory over Chi ploded into terms that ex-
ent-Teacher Association. Stu- of the associationand the seeming irrational fear Bureau earth that has blasphemy: "You
meetings would have to pay the only nation on na. The burdens cf victory have the greatest
dent pressure on parents to its Board and encouraged 3 percent sales tax. This took that possesses the ultrarightwing WASHINGTON In the ever used atomic weapons in seemed greater than just tor good" he said opportunity

a attend no longer operates.' cooperation by the faculty.He place six years ago, and in' in this country. In some light of subsequent events, warfare and it is not likely stopping the war. It was a the historical to him at
encountered it conference
Active PTAers are weary disgust I the persons appears General MacArthur's purported that we ever again will be the very unpopular war, UT r uman's "since ,
the school and gave up argument the birth of
l the represented to be the product of Jesus
the in which
from "
years and, when at all strategy for winning the first to use them.It War, and the public Christ." And
elementary PTA has absorbed the PTA regularly at meet- possible some sort of neuroses. he spoke to Eis-
bizarre better under-
trading at these Korean War has a ap- be wanted it stopped. This was enhower with a
their energy and are content ings of the Alachua County stores. THERE IS NO valid reasonto pearance. A five-mile wide stood that the question of us- President Eisenhower's primary sense of over-
to become "dues-paying fear the Communists will strip of radioactive cobalt atomic and radioactive aim and he certainty: "There is
Council of PTA's and at state Imagine my surprise last ing weapons as wellas still time to turn the
members. take over America. The Fed- would stretch across the neckof cobalt was not a public Truman, ignored MacAr- tide.
a conventions. This writer was week when I purchased a That tide can be turned
eral Bureau of Korea and would haveto issue in 1950. When thur's only
advice.SO .
Investigationhas we
..This is not a local phenomenon. present when his PTA friends gift to be wrapped and mail- by you, the most beloved and
done, and is doing, an live with this monstrosityfor there was talk about the priv-
him with Hon- NOW NEARLY 15
Several large commu presented an ed by the store and was told years respected man
on earth to-
pities in Florida have few, orary State Life Membershipin that I would not have to pay excellent job of surveillance, another half century. ileged sanctuary and bomb- have passed and Russia and day." "I could not have
and capture of sub- Fifty atomic bombs would ing the Chinese supply ar- been
and in some casesno active the Florida Congress of sales, tax since it exposure China are at each other's "
any seeing
was versive agents.It have been exploded in a two- eas beyond the Yalu this was more clearly, Mac-
throats. It is
high school PTA's. This is Parents and Teachers in ap- being mailed out of the state! reported that Arthur said to
since is recommended that we weeks period, polluting the atmosphere thought to involve conven- they break Considine, "if
admittedly unfortunate preciation of his service to I returned may diplomatic re-
t one of the I had been
be informed and of for and tional methods of wart staring Into a
between aware years a r e. lations. crystal
a. channel for cooperation boys and girls. This Is no stores where I had been mis- ball."
Communist tactics the American Not word out of
the home and the empty honor and I feel sure propa- weighing on one came The whole world has changed.
i informed. The Business Manager and to infil- conscience for generations.This the MacArthur hearings in I do not think it
ganda attempts is fair to
school in the interest of boys Mr. Talbot is proud to hold It may well be, in view
was most ambivalentand trate legitimate organizationsand was surely not what the Senate, where MacArthur ask others to
accept General
and girls is probably more this certificate as his friends of the development theU.
finally referred me to the This is done most of those who wanted victory testified by MacArthur's
the causes. being at length to imply vision as clairvoyant
important during high were sincere in presenting it. S. and Russia of long- -
i than at Florida Revenue Commission. very well, indeed. One of the in Korea had in mind in otherwise. MacArthur want- I do believe it Is fairto
school period any nuclear missiles that
The decision to disband the There I was told that in spiteof surprises has been that the 1950. It should be recalled ed to attack 'China and use range ask others to meditate, be-
other time. China is even less
Gainesville High School PTA repeated notices on this massive and often spontane- that neither President Truman Chinese Nationalist troops in a military fore dismissing
4 Gainesville High School was made by its leaders and subject from their office ously organized civil rights nor President Eisenhower a pincer movement. He said for challenge the than 15 years of ago, it, on a number of denouncing realities
technology modem
suffered from this inertia on by patrons of the school who many Gainesville stores still demonstrations have contained favored such a strategy. so publicly. One of these
war Is farther be- is that by almost
the part of most of its patrons. felt that the results achievedwere persisted in charging the 3 as few leftist or Commu- However, John Foster Dulles BUT THE EXTENT of the even

Mr. Talbot and his faculty not commensurate with per cent sales tax.I nist personalities as they said in private sessions with holocaust he wished to create yond Chinese capabilities. Arthur everyone's opinion Mac-
were untiring in efforts tot the effort required. This writer find it hard to be sympa- have. J. Edgar Hoover, the news men that he had told escaped any public under- Policies of drift and tempor- tary intelligence was greatest mili-

build and maintain an active felt then and feels now thatit thetic with many of our local esteemed head of the FBI, India's Prime Minister Nehru standing until publication of ization are not always wrong of his genera-

PTA. Every project undertaken was an unfortunate de- merchants when their pricesare has said that it is wrong to that the U.S. would be forced the 10-year-old Interviews with in the nuclear world so longas tion, and that therefore he was

received his full sup- cision. But the responsibilitycannot too high and their business say the Negro drive for rightsis to use atomic weapons unless Robert Considine and JimG. we maintain the absolute presumably proposing some-
port. Facilities of the school honestly be placed practices not in the a Communist movement. there was a cease-fire, Lucas. deterrent strength. thing was militarily and

were always available. upon Mr. Talbot best interest of the customer. That the commies always that Nehru relayed this to the This helps to reinforce the Certainly it now seems that geopolitically Another is that feasible.

:Excellent programs pre- MRS. ARTHUR G. IVEY DOROTHY F. WOODWARD seek to attach themselves to Chinese and the cease fire old wisdom that conduct ofa the decisions of 1950 and devotion to duty Is MacArthur's

mass movements is, and has discussions were arranged. war is entirely too impor- thereafter were the right evidenced
been, a part of Mr. Hoover's tant to entrust to generals, ones and have their application by refusal to divulge his

i warning. MACARTHUR scounted however great and brilliantIt today. Essentially the plan other than to the Com-
I | ,,q -- That any organizationshould the possibility that an all-out is argued that if China same question as in 1950 has mander in-Chief. Another is

:;" By Fletcher Knebel Cowles Washington Bureau regard our leaders as attack would bring the Russians had been crushed then the been raised in Viet Nam. that the course of action

.. lacking guts or being traitors in. The Russians were history of the world would The Johnson answer is the America chose to pursue in

is, I Pennsylvania's Gov. Scranton says he's not a candidate, perhaps. Scranton ; that suggestions shouldbe then in only the first stagesof have been changed. Even as- same as the Truman, Eisenhower stead has not settled the problems -

seems to combine old and new world qualities-a cross between Hamlet and made that Mr. Eisenhower their atomic development suming that we had gone it and Kennedy answers: of Asia, but rather interminably -

Adlai,Stevenson. and Mr. Dulles were Communist but General Marshall and his alone, and Russia had not We win not become involvedin postponed and ex-

tools and that President associates testified before Congress made it World War III, how an all-out war in Asia but acerbated them, as we postponed -

It's income tax time again. Usually the government just takes your shirt. Eisenhower and Kennedy that an atomic attackon can anyone confidently say will rely upon the slow tran- and exacerbated the

Hut.. this year, thanks to the tax cut, you can keep the buttons. planted a tree of treason in the United States was pos- today that the military defeatof spiration of events in an area problem of Hitler Germany.

Panama or anywhere else, sible and some Russian bombers China would have improved which has long since passed I believe that the future win

:LBJ keeps Gen. LeMay as Air Force chief of staff until February. Not are examples not merely of would get through.We the world outlook? Wouldwe from the paternalistic control designate the decision of Mr.

only is LeMay doing a terrific job, but LBJ is taking no chances of him doingit unreasonable fears, but of were, it was thought, have occupied China? of the Western powers. Eisenhower to reject the
counsel -
for the Republican candidate at election time. something else much the brink of Word.War No even
more on. one, not MacArthur, The problem is now the of his leading general, as
M serious a lack of faith in m. advocated It. Would we have same as before. U we the
The most ambitious fellow at the White ,House is the Harvard man who is his country's political leadership But the decision was the destroyed Chinese communism crushing military decision wona lathe gravest strategical error

going to take a little summer-school brush-up work at Southwest Texas State and its system of gov- same as it has been ever ? Who knows the answerto how could we ever postwar history of
consoli- Americas
conflict with
".4 Comnunism. -
Teachers College. '
ernment. since Hiroshima and Nagas- that date our victory? .


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i i : :, 0i-ctfut5uille. Suu I Odd Mood Over the Senate J

TF THE &rm f ark Gbttt tration has been so concerned tare and responsible leader- istration expected, and a

S Agrmai By JAMES RESTON about plans by the Brooklyn ship to keep the militant mi- great deal of it has come from
JOHN B. HAUUSOX. PreiUeit and chapter of CORE to tie up all norities from dominating the the opposition to the bilL
nes raklisberi PAT COWLES. Tie FreiW SOUTHBy WASHINGTON An old traffic leading to the World's news. Many churches, however,
twe .. dents ED JOHNSON Vie PresidentFlorida's mood of foreboding is devel- Fair
just as it is concerned President Johnson remains are just beginning their drives
inv '.. md Ex c.tlT EdlUri W. G. CBUUEBEKSOLE. oping in the civil rights debate i
Beautiful Vie President and A4rertisia about talk of creating a water confident that the bill will for the legislation, and there
in the Senate. The lead-
kill DtrecUn BOB TABTAG- RALPH McGILL shortage in New York simply pass,without crippling amend will be many more of them
Riv 'University City' LIONE. Tie President and CtreaU- Pallteer Prb Riming Fmbliifcer I 'ers on both sides segrega- by opening the taps. ments. Humphrey who has to by the end of the month. Butso

1 Hi U.a Xa.a&cer. I Of U* Atlanta (G*.) Cwtft.tte. tionists as well as integrationists The lines in the Senate de- get the votes, is not so sure, far there is little evidence E

tha1 :::- THE SUN'S POLICY share a common fear: bate are just beginning to be and the news of the last few that the broad masses of. the
This is thar they will not be
J'' He Makes drawn tight. There is now days about the strength of the people are deeply engaged in
able control
1WiI :;, 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. to events during more support for the adminis- anti-civil rights movement in the struggle.It .

.... f,.J 2.' Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-:editorials the long summer debate and tration's bill and simulta- the North has not added muchto is the minority groups on
: 3. Publish -all sides of important controversial issues. ... that some ghastly accident neously, more opposition to it his confidence. both sides who have dominated

:- The'Sun's telephones: All Departments-3i2-844f ,+rv" 'No Wild'I will once Inflame command the races this and than ever before. The balance Much will depend on the the issue, and this is
lies with a few waverers who reaction of the country when why the leaders are con-
=.= Want Ads-376-4672 doom-filled story.Paradoxically could go either way and are the filibuster really gets going cerned. They have yet to hear

---. .- the principal now the object of increasing and focuses attention on the much from the moderates. in
Charges antagonists in the debate do pressure from both sides. issue. The mail has not been the country, and they fear the

r:;' A Problem not fear one another so muchas In this situation, nothing is nearly so heavy as the admin- worst from the .
Teen-Age fear their most
w Horace Greeley, an editor they own more calculated to lose the
of the Civil War period, militant supporters.. It is not votes required by the admin- i.
= Statistics recently released dramatically To a large extent, teen-agers go is recalled chiefly for having Sen. Richard B. Russell ofGeorgia istration than carefully plan- ON THE RIGHT = i.f

: illustrate the reason for unemployed because of lack of basic said, '"Go West, young man, who fears the drift ned traffic jams. At least that P,

r- the growing urgency of effective education or' employable skills. Several go West," and for his continuous of some Negro leaders from is Humphrey's judgment of ,u F
a efforts to create and peaceful demonstration into the matter. The Senate conceivably
: inhigh -in
programs for keeping youngsters programs now progress are civil disobedience, but Sen. MacArthur'sW
could be shamed
school, bringing back to school intended to help make up for this Lincoln Abraham had Lincoln's no animus pot Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota frightened into passing the or .

"' those who drop out and providing lack: training courses under the for him, but in August of 1864, bill, but it will never be chiv- f I

more facilities for those who want federal :Manpower Development and worn out by Greeley's de- Russell is afraid of violenceby vied into it by petty annoy- '

to .continue their education beyond Training Act, an enlarged federally- mands, he told the cabinet: the white militants and naces. ar' PlanBy

P f high school. aided vocational program in high "Greenley is an'old shoe Humphrey is afraid of civil In the present parliamentary -

r schools, the teachers' "eachoneThe good for nothing now, what- disobedience by his most ar- situation, the Upper WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
ever he had been..when a .dent Negro supporters, and House is more. likely to be
statistics show that the labor reach-one" campaign to bring drop- shoe get old the stitches pull for the same reason. They humiliated into voting for the The revelations of Messrs. we all know now: 30 to 50

-market is going to be inundated with outs back to school. There also are out...." both fear the reaction of the bill by white violence against Jim Lucas of Scripps Howard atomic explosions girding the

untrained teen-agers in, a very few proposals for area vocational schools, AFTER A CENTURY the majority of the people against peaceful legal demonstration, and Bob Considine of the southern Manchurian industrial -
be done whoever starts the fighting. and this of course, is what Hearst Press are breathtaking military area; followed bya
years unless'something can two-year community colleges and name appears again in a story
Humphrey is probably more concerns the Southern sena from every point of pincer invasion from the
to boost the percentage of those who more vocationally oriented high from Brooklyn. The great-
concerned about this than view, political, strategical, east and west by 400,000 ChI-
complete high school and who reschool curricula. grandson of the Civil War edi- Russell. He is trying to pilot tors.The longer the bill goes on, philosophical, dramatic.No nese Nationalist troops, led

1 ceive training beyond high school. tor made for the news John as Birch a spokesman S0-- the civil rights bill throughthe the greater the danger of one, that I know of, had by two marine divisions; a s

Each of these efforts offers some In Dr. Horace Senate. He needs at least violence. Thousands of white ventured before to say exact- cobalt belt just south of the
ciety. a speech 64 votes to bring the talkingto students will be going into the Yula River to isolate the Chi-
The first wave of this flood will hope of mitigating the problem of Greeley: ly what it was that MacAr-
an end probably sometimenear South to help with Negro voter thur proposed to do end the nese Army: and the whole
1965 when boys and 1. Said we are losing the
hit in June, jobless, skill-less teen-agers. But no the close of June. He registration as soon as classes Korean War. We now know leading to a permanently de-
Cold War "because lead-
girls born in 1947, the first year of our now has only 60 votes and end in June. gutted Red China.
from Mr. Considine what it
single program will be adequate by ers either lack the guts to use
:: the postwar baby boom, are gradu- isn't very sure of all of them, About then, too, the round- was that MacArthur proposedto Would Russia have inter-
their trai-
'- ated from high school. Enrollment itself. And all of them together will tors."power or are plain and he is convinced that while the-clock sessions are likelyto General Eisenhower im- ferred? "Russia?" the Gen-

figures in the lower grades indicate not prevent unemployed youth from 2. Suggested that Presidents orderly Negro demonstrationsmay begin, and thousands of mediately after he was elected eral harrumped. "It makes

.- that nearly every graduation class becoming what Labor Secretary Eisenhower and Kennedy had help him, dramatic civil partisans will be flocking hereto President. It was not onlya me laugh when I recall the
disobedience creating civic petition their senators. Thisis
1 the most planted "tree of treason" in to end the Korean fears of the Truman Ache-
-: in the next decade will be larger than Willard Wirtz calls "one of a disorder could very well make a short-tempered city any- program son Marshall .

the one that preceded it. explosive social problems in the nation's Panama. his task impossible.This way in the gin and humidity War with a decisive military eral! staff Bradley-gen
3. Accused of that Russia
in group
Secretary Korea but
victory a
I : history"-unless the problem is why the adminisCOLORED- season, and it will take ma-
State Dean Rusk and colum I deal more, awesome in con- would commit its armies to a
Even now, jobs are ,scarce for is given top priority in the planning nist Walter Lippmann of ception. It was a program to war in China's behalf at the
: teen-agers. In one recent month, 18 of local ,school boards, state boards "cackling senilely over each abort the rise of Red Chin- end of an endless onet rack

I per cent of all teen-agers who wantof education, legislatures and Coned surrender." NEWSB. ese power "perhaps for all (Trans Siberian Railway)

:. to work were reported unable to gress. No one is going to stop those 4. Condemned the "half- time"; a kind of MorgenthauPlan railroad to a peninsular bat
baked and semi-cannibal" nations for Asian Communism. tleground that led only to the
IT find employment. postwar babies from growing up. of the underdevelopedarea F. Childs, Colored News Editor ,
Within 24 hours after the release could not have
t M.r of the world. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. BROOKER NEWS of the interviewsthey fought us."

5. Said schools now teach"sex" Pleasant Methodist NOTE OF THANKS had been given ten years ago, MacArthur predicted to

1I and prepare childrenfor The senior choir will have its We the family of Mrs. Allie but MacArthur had apparently Eisenhower that unless his

I integration" "instead of rehearsal today, 7:30 p.m. J..C. Thomas, wish to thank our stipulated that they could plan was adopted, a) the Korean

I Voice of the People Armageddon. Rawls,. president; Richard friends for their acts of kind- not be published during his War would develop into
At this the
point, reportersaid Parker,' organist.Mt. ness shown during our bereave- lifetime the opposition wentto an unsteady truce, and a divided 14
Dr. Greeley referred to Herman Baptist Rev. ment. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie work: Douglas "Strangelove" Korea; b) that the Red

the Birch Society as an edu- W. A. Miles, pastor, along'with Gilmore and Sgt. Charles Jen- MacArthur, they are C h i n e se would eventua 11

:: =On The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions = cational organization and the congregation of the First kins. saying. The eponym is the grow into military greatness-y
said, "We make no wild andno Baptist Church will conduct
the villainof c) that
crazy warmonger Southeast Asia would
._ and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice. of the People column. Letters unsubstantiated charges. joint service on the fourth Sim- SPECIAL NOTICEAll the current movie who de- i
must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should Of those who attack the Birch members of Ushers' inevitably be lost to us; d)
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. The Society, he said, most are day.Greater Ft. The Board asked meet sires an atomic holocaust as that Japan would in the future
No.1 to
L Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or Communists and the Baptist are hotly as Samson desired Deli- necessarily be satellized
Intent. pastor, Rev. W. A. Miles, and at the Mt. Carmel Baptist Red
rest Communist dupes." (The China; and that 3)) Che
also church anniversaries are Church with the pastor, Rev. lah.The
sented by the faculty to acquaint founder of the Birch press and the journalsand "new isolationists "
To Clarify GHS Taxes 'Confuse' Society, being observed jointly which T. A. Wright, on Sunday at namely,
parents with the school it may be remembered, ,de- began Tuesday. The scheduleof 3 p.m. Levi Mathis, president; the history books will not those who h a v e run foreign i
PTA SituationEDITOR clared President Eisenhowera let MacA r t h u r fade away policy and failed to understand
and its problems brought only Merchants? services is as follows: Todayat Mrs. Esther Hamm, reporter.
Communist.) now, one. can rest assured. the importance of Asia
token attendance largely of 8 p.m., the services will be
Sun: As a member EDITOR Sun AS FOR POLITICS, Dr. conducted jointly by Rev. SPECIAL NOTICE They will tell us and our in the world struggle, would
i already active in : Among
II III IId IIi IIj of the Board of 'the persons grandchild r en's grandchildren inevitably lose'the final
many Gainesville merchants Greeley suggested he favored James and his congregation of The banquet which was set oppor
of the school and its
support that President Truman
Gainesville High School PTA there seems to be widespread Senator Goldwater over all the Wesley Chapel Methodist for today, April 16, at the St.' tunity to keep Asia free, and
i program. I can attest to the Church from Arredonda and Paul saved the world from an ashy an ally of the West.
during several years in misunderstanding about certain others who would be presi ; C. M. E. Church with
which W. S. Talbot served as deep disappointment and dis- features concerning the dent.It tomorrow at 8 p.m., the serv- Rev. B; F. Weary, pastor, has end, by refusing the Generalthe There is no room to argue

couragement of Mr. Talbot in 3 per cent Florida sales tax. is good that this latest ices will also be conducted been postponed until later. authority to implement his the particularities of MacAr-
the interestof
principal, and in this matter. Since an unusually When spokesman for the extreme jointly by Rev. G. G. McAr- Dinners will be sold Saturday bold design. thur's program. What stands
fair play, I would like large proportion of the officers in something a store with the purchased latter -- right explains that the society thur, pastor, and his congrega- at the church's parsonage. The General's plan involved, out is its boldness, its histori-

to add my comments toward makes "no wild charges." We tion.East The price of the dinners is $1. cal sweep: Its instant claim
and active members of wrapping and mailing the
clarification of his relationship are still reluctant, however, Side Church of God in (Alachua.) to greatness as pol itical and
with the PTA. the PTA were fathers, it article to a recipient in another to accept the founder's charges Christ Church School, 10 JOINT SERVICEThe Miss Mary H. Thomas and strategic thought. MacArthurwas

seems quite unlikely that Mr. state, the purchaserdoes against former President ajn.; morning worship, 11:30 Mt. Olive Primitive Bap--Miss Katie Sims, both of Miami, speaking in the
not have accents
There is probably no organization Talbot would have referredto to pay the Eisenhower, Secretary of ajn.; and evening worship, 1 tist Church will worship jointlyat arrived here yesterday as guestsof and with the insight, of Chur,

= in which it is more the organization as "med 3 per cent sales tax. After ar- State Dulles, and others of pm. Elder J. C. Carter, pastor. the Macedonia Primitive Baptist Miss Sims' relatives for a chill in the thirties.He
difficult to create and maintain guing this question with several equal prominence and serviceto Pilgrim Rest Church of Unity Church, Forest and Run fortnight.Mrs. .
an active interest than dling mothers. store owners, I was told their country. Church School, 10 am.; and Street with Rev. R. J. Gainous, Mary H. Jones and son, put it to Eisenhower In

: the Senior High School Parent Mr. Talbot attended a 11 unequivocably that this did One of the greatest puzzlesis afternoon worship, 3:30 pm. pastor, Sunday at 3 p.m. at Joe, of Jacksonville, were melodramatic terms that exploded -
I 7 Teacher Association. Student meetings of the associationand not apply in Florida and thatI the seeming irrational fear Elder Rufus Armstrong, pastor; Jacksonville. visiting here yesterday.Miss Into blasphemy: "You
have the
would have
pressure on parents to to pay the that possesses the ultra-right Mrs. Mary Hall, reporter. Mary Booner and Miss opportunity
attend no longer operates. its Board and encouraged 3 percent sales tax. This took wing in this country. In some Church of God in ChristChurch CLUB SLATES MEETINGThe I Af/Je Mae Jackson, both of tor good, he said to him at

Active PTAers are weary cooperation by the faculty..He place six years ago, and in persons encountered, it appears School, 10 ajn.; morn Poverty Fund Club will Deland were guests here the the historical conference,

from the years in which the represented the school and disgust I gave up the ar- to be the product of ing worship, 12 noon; Young hold its meeting at the Mt. Olive past weekend.Mrs. "since"the birth of Jesus

elementary PTA has absorbed the PTA regularly at meet- gument and, when at all pos- some sort of neuroses. People's Willing Workers' Meet- Primitive Baptist Church with Sarah Hall returned to Christ. And he spoke' to Eisenhower -

their energy and are con- ings of the Alachua County sible, trading at these THERE IS NO valid reasonto ing, 7 p.m.; and evening wor- Rev. H. Kinsey, pastor and Gainesville yesterday from with a sense of over
tent to become "dues-paying Council of PTA's and at state fear the Communists will ship, 8 pm. Bishop H. Williams president on Monday at 8 p.m. Detroit, Mich., where she was powering still time certainty: "There f is
members." Imagine my surprise last take over America. The Fed pastor. The book is now opened for called because of business. to turn the tide.
conventions. This writer was week when I purchased a William That tide can be turned only
new members. Andrews, of St. Pet-
eral Bureau of
This is not a local phenomenon. present when his PTA friends gift to be wrapped and mail- Investigationhas ersburg, passed through Gaines by you, the most beloved and

Several large communities presented him with an Hon- ed by the store and was told done, and of is doing, an BAND SUPERIOR NOTICEThe ville yesterday en route to Jack- respected man on earth to

in Florida have few, orary State Life Membership that I would not have to pay excellent and job capture surveillance of sub-, District No. 2 of the Florida Stewardess Board of Mt. sonville. day." "I could .not have been

and in some casesnoactive In the Florida Congress of any sales tax since it was versive exposure agents.It Association of Band Directorswas Pleasant Methodist Church will seeing more clearly," AI a c-

b high school PTA's. This is Parents and Teachers in ap- being mailed out of the state! is recommended that we held in Palatka, April It meet at the home of Mr. and JOINT SERVICEThe Arthur said to Considine, "ifI

admittedly unfortunate sincea be- preciation of his service to I returned to one of the 'be informed and aware of The following groups and par- Mrs. Thomas Hurst, on N.W. West Coast Ministers and had been staring into a crystal -

channel for cooperation boys and girls. This is no stores where I had been mis- Communist tactics, propa- ticipants were rated as follows: 7th Ave., on Sunday at 4 p.m. Deacons Union Choir, along ball."
and the
the home honor and I feel
tween empty sure
school in the interest of boys Mr. Talbot is proud to hold informed. The Business. Man- ganda and attempts to infiltrate The Majorettes' Ensemble, Rev. W. M. Ferguson, pastor; with the St. Paul Baptist I do not think it is fair to
ager was most ambivalent legitimate organizationsand rated superior in a twirling Mrs. Roberta McHenry, presi- Church, from Newberry; and ask others to accept General
and girls Is probably more; this certificate his friends
l} during the l high sincere in it. and finally referred me to the causes. This is being done routine; Betty Barton, Baton dent. the Ebenezer Baptist Church MacArthur's vision as clair-
important were presenting
I ,school than at Florida Revenue Commission. very well, indeed. One of the Twirling Superior; Johnny from Trenton will render a voyant. I do believe it Is fairto
.other time.period any The decision to disband the There I was told that in spiteof surprises has been that the Dennard, Trombonist Superior TO PRESENT PROGRAMThe joint service at the Greater Ft. ask others to meditate, before

.* Gainesville High School PTA repeated notices on this massive and often spontane- ; Larry Simmons, Drummer City-wide Gospel Chorus Clark Baptist Church, Fridayat dismissing or denouncing

Gainesville High School was, made by its leaders and subject from their office ously organized civil rights Superior; David Hall, Drum- will render a program at the 8 p.m.During. it, on a number of realities.

suffered from this inertia on by patrons of the school who many Gainesville stores still demonstrations have contained mer Superior; and Clarinet Spring Hill Baptist Church Sunday the services, Rev. G. One of these Is that by almost

-. ,the part of most of its patrons. felt-that the results achievedwere persisted in charging the 3 as few leftist or Commu- quarter Samuel Taylor. Ray April 19, at 3 p.m., spon-' G. McArthur will be the principal everyone's opinion, Mac-

-Mr. Talbot and his faculty not commensurate with per cent sales tax. nist personalities as they Glasper, Wilbur Jackson and sored by the Willing Workers'. speaker. Arthur was the greatest mili-

R '':were untiring in efforts to the effort required. This writer I find it hard to be sympa- have. J. Edgar Hoover, the David Jones, Superior. Club. Mrs. Carrie Jones, president tary intelligence of his

build and maintain an active felt then and feels now thatit thetic with many of our local esteemed head of the FBI, The Concert Band- rated superior ; Mrs. Eillie M. McHomes, CONTEST SET and that therefore generation he -
3TA. Every project undertaken was an unfortunate de merchants when their pricesare has said that it is wrong to in concert and sight reporter; Rev. T. D. Davis, pas- The State King and Queen was

:, received his full support cision. But the responsibilitycannot too high and their business !- say the Negro drive for rightsis reading. The Marching Band tor. Contest of the Uniform Com- presumably thing that proposing some-

Facilities of the school honestly be placed practices not in the a Communist movement. also rated superior in march-I panies of the Grand Union Pall- geopolitically was feasible.militarily and

,were always available. upon Mr. Talbot. best interest of the customer. That the commies always ing.The PERSONALSMrs. bearers will come to a close Another is that MacArtfaur's
4 Excellent programs pre- MRS. ARTHUR G. IVEY DOROTHY F. WOODWARD seek to attach themselves to Lincoln High Band will Emma Smith, Miss Mae Sunday at 2:30 pjn. at- the devotion to duty is evidencedby

4 -3 mass movements is, and has participate in the Northern Edith Smith George Pinkney, Temple at Tampa. his refusal to his
r been, a part of Mr. Hoover's State Festival on Friday, April Jr., Shirley and Mary Alice During the contest, the uniform !- divulge
plan than
3 POTOMAC FEVER warning. 17,, at the Douglas Anderson Smith, Lona R. Blackshear and companies will make their to the Commander -
That any organization 1 High School in Jacksonville. Emma L. Moore all of Brooker, reports. is

1k :: < By Fletcher Knebel. Cowles Washington Bureau should regard our leaders as spent last Sunday at Umatilla, America that the chose course to of action
x. lacking guts or being traitors visiting Mrs. Smith's sister. PLANS MEETING pursue instead i
< Pennsylvania's Gov. Scranton says, he's not a candidate, perhaps. Scranton ; that suggestions shouldbe NOTICE They report a pleasant visit. The West Coast Union Choir has not settled the problems \

:;seems to combine old and new world qualities cross between Hamlet and made that Mr. Eisenhowerand There will be gi en an en-: Willie and Jessie Gainey andS. will meet Tuesday April 21, at of Asia, but rather interminably ;

=Adlai Stevenson. Mr. Dulles were Communist tertainment at the home of Martin made a brief stop at 8 J p.m at the home of Mrs. H. postponed and.exacerbated i

tools, and that President Deacon and Mrs. S. C. Price Brooker, en route from Georgiato G. Shuman ,at Arredonda. them, as we postponed
< It's income tax time again. Usually the government just takes your shirt. Eisenhower and Kennedy on Sunday from 4:30 pjn. to I Umatella recently. Mrs. Nellie There will be a business meeting and exacerbated the { I

=:nut this year, thanks to the tax cut, you can keep the buttons. planted a tree of treason in 5:30 p.m. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, Moore reporter, (Brooker). and also rehearsal duringthe problem of Hitler Germany. i I

Panama or anywhere else, reporter. Mrs. Mattie Hagain and meeting. I believe that the future will !

*' LBJ keeps Gen. LeMay as Air Force chief of staff until February. Not are examples not merely of PROGRAM SCHEDULEDThe her daughter, Mrs. Shirley Ann designate the decwioir of:Mr.

pnly is LeMay doing a terrific job, but LBJ is taking no chances. of him doingit unreasonable fears, but of.. Freindship Choirs Union Norwood have returned to Ala.. MEETING- PLANNEDThe Eisenhower to reject the coun-

for the Republican candidate at election time. something else much more will present its program at the chua where they visited Miami choral group of LodgeNo. sel of his leading general as

W 't: serious a lack of faith in Shady Grove Primitive Baptist and Key West. 113 will meet Friday at the gravest strategical error-
: The most ambitious fellow at the White House is the Harvard man who is this country's political lead- Church entitled "C_oirs in While away they attended a 5:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. in the postwar history: of

going to take a little summer-school" brush-up work at Southwest Texas State ership and its system of gov- Parade" at 3 p.m. Sunday.Mrs. 45th wedding reception. Their Gussie Ross, of 704< S.W. 5th Ter- America's conflict with ComI -

"Teachers College. ernment. F. D. Shannon, reporter. visit was a pleasant one. Mrs. race. mt ni

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. Freeman Raps Fish Kill Muddle I Ie been pesticides.recommended Such a in step a presi-had tugging between and government hauling that departments goeson ment about whether to reach their a use conclusion shouldbe Church Women

," restricted or banned. Slate
dential science Meeting
advisory c o m-
Ntm fork Limts> I was unaware that the Public deaths until just before a pub Interior Department, the Pub- mittee report last May. The Freeman the
WASHINGTON-Secretary of Health Service last winter was I lic announcement was issued by lic Health Service and the Food agreement was not finally sign- challenged of recommendation of- Possibly the most talked The Holy Trinity Church will
Agriculture Orville L. Free investigating the possibility that the Department of Health, Education :: and Drug Administration. ed by all the departments un- the Interior Stewart Secretary Udall' last about shoe for wear with sun- be host to the United ChurchWomen
man reported to Congress Wednesday and Welfare on March Testifying be':c a Senate til last week. time styles will be this seasons of Gainesville tomorrowat
the fish
were being by agricultural week for a ban on persistent
that the coordination between 1!. government operations subcommittee soft colorful sandal that fea- 10 a.m.
government agencies in: pesticides.He Freeman suggested that the. Freeman said his department When asked by Sen. Abraham -pesticides that do'not remain on tures an instep strap laced Mrs Emanuel Gitlin, president
the fields to which I
investigating the massive .'fishl also said his departmentdid lack of coordination sprang in, had taken the initia- A. Ribicoff of Connecticut, they are ap through a T-strap that starts will preside at the regular
kills" in the lower Mississippi I not find out that the Public part from jurisdictional jealousies tive last June to set up foriuu. the subcommittee chairman, plied. 1 from a cut at the top of the meeting, and Mrs. Walter Her i
River had been "very poor.." Health Service had concluded) in a field where responsibility 1e. procedures among the different why it took "so long to formalize Freeman said too little was|vamp. The closed ,in heel is cut bert and Mrs. D E. White will !i iE
He disclosed, for example, that the pesticide "endrih" was is now divided between th :/departments and agencies for'! such a simple document;"I known about the persistence ofj I low; the toe is most often conduct the meeting on leader- E I l
that the Agriculture Department the probable cause of the fish]!Agriculture Department, the! the exchange of information on'''Freeman said it had become in- the pesticides and their move!slightly pointed. 'ship.WANT .
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Dorothy G. Moore, 1705 NE 6th1' .;. -.1 I

[::1( I Picked for PM Iappa Phi Terrace; Marilyn R Noland,
1003 NW 22nd Street William
, :More than 100 University of!vet n; William Earl Beaty, J. Platt HI, 3215 NW 17th NEED A NEW TV
IJ(, Florida seniors were selected 4322 NW 13th Street; Helen Louisa Street; Karen Ramos, 3706 NW i I 1
for membership in the Phi Kappa Bohannon, 1103 SW 6th Ave 22nd Place; Verna Reddick,4311 > .= IN THE OFFICE OF i 1I I
:\I, Phi! national scholastic hon nue; Virginia Culpepper, 3G9 SW Archer Road; Charles A. >fi; iI
rt : or society. NW 12 Street; James L. Dow Rich, 1009 NW 21st Terrace; 'YR TAX ASSESSOR I
' Phi Kappa Phi, which recognizes in, 1850,SW 36th Street; Maxine Sharon Sites, 1819 SW 35th Avenue f
f f 1 excellence in all fields of G. Gluckman, 1120 SW 1st ; Daniel Edward Souder, > -, .r j
, study, restricts membership to Avenue; William Clay Grobe, 1104 NW 3rd Avenue; Mary
the top 10 per cent of each grad 1239 NW 12th Avenue; Frances Tucker, 1853 NW 11 t
"\,, I uating class.Initiates Also Mabel Lou Home, 906 Road; Carol Jean Weber, 506
i'' ,,0 from Gainesville are: NW 20th Terrace; Charles T. NW 30th Street; Vicki Lee Wen- "a WE STILL HAVE A LIMITED NUMBER
1) Catherine E. Aponte, 357 A Fla. Kimbrel, 711 NW 19th Avenue; grow, 1613 NW 3rd Place. GOOD/YEAR

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Rights Bill ,Senate return with a two-column picture -- I
Group Studying of Bocca standing with U.s.

I Rep. D. R. (Billy) matthews.natural ZALE5HEADLINEWATCH I
I Being 'Hurt'Violence G'ville Man's Youth PlanA VALUES 'I i

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Senate sub-committee on juvenile delinquency."I II
juvenile delinquency is consid- strongly with i
agree you
(AP-Repub-) t 1
-I lican ering a Gainesville man's proposal that his proposals to make certain !!
I I,( charged and with Democratic shepherding senators the to use public school build- school buildings and 1 1111 FABULOUS ELGINS I
for leisure-time recreational
I' civil rights bill through the Sen ings grounds available for leisure
ate have warned that illegal facilities. time use by young people warrant -
\\ demonstrations and disturbances Raymond Bocca of Gainesville serious consideration,"
n\ that lead to violence and of Pollone, Italy Dodd wrote back to Smathers.Sen. 1' 1
) "are hurting our efforts." espouses the plan. Smathers forwarded a
The statement was Issued He'urged a national recre copy of the letter to Boca who a .
j Wednesday night by Sens. Hu- ation program. now is in Italy. .
.. .
bert H. Humphrey, D-Minn., Bocca, who was active in the His return to the Italian Alps I 4
If and Thomas H. Kuchel, R formation of Gainesville's Boys' town of Pollone several weeks
I Calif., after proposals by splinter Club and who now is trying to ago brought a vocal welcome.
,t civil rights groups for dis- start a Boys' Club movementin "II Biellese," a local news-
rupting traffic to the New York Italy, visited Washington recently paper, published a story of his
World's Fair and other disor- to lobby for his youth
,, ders. recreation program.He LJ
The two senators declared: visited Washington on his,I Gas Genie
"Illegal disturbances, demon- ;return trip to Pollone after a says:
,f strations which lead to violence :sojourn with his family here.
. or injury, strike grievous blows He talked to senators and
'it 3 at the cause of decent civil] I representatives.Sen. GET ALL 4.r
rights legislation." George Smathers for-
j "Unruly demonstrations and 1 1I' warded Bocca's plan to Sen. v
protests that bring hardship, 'Thomas Dodd, chairman of the THEFACTS WANSION BAND I IExrAnslon
and unnecessary inconvenience :sub-committee to investigate EXTRA 1sAn0 n 95 QTR" i
J to others-even by those who
) have long suffered indignities-
l' are not helping the cause of Report Tells YOUR CHOICE $1 WEEKLY
'I civil rights," the statement said. ABOUT LI7r plus tax NO MONEY DOWN
As the Senate debate UF's Chunk
I) stretched into its 32nd session r
today, Sen. Norris Cotton, R -
tI N.H., joined senators who are Ford GrantsA
urging amendment of the
House-passed bilL booklet describing Ford gas
i':, Cotton said in a statement he J Foundation grants in Florida I M'r
would vote for cloture-to cut I Ii publish recently shows the I4: sk i -
i off debate on the measure so 1 1I University of Florida shared in I
c I that it can be voted on-"but ;l.3 million of the total $11.91
I not until real consideration is ]million alloted to the state by AIR CONDITIONINGFOR /
c; given to corrective amend- I the foundation since 1950. !! P
ments. The biggest chunk of Ford I SUMMER COMFORTNow
/, money during the period cover
by the report went to Stetson you can Air Condition your home and have 1 ,
i" University. The DeLand institu- the. luxury of a gas fired air conditioning unit withno r
tion received $1,500,000 as a engine no compressor, only whisper-quiet cool '
matching grant used by the uni ing with longer lasting trouble free comfort. 4 'ijt ; .5
versity in expanding and improving : .
its academic program. ;T;. > ;

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wh n cast end crystal arc intactVALUE
Florida's grants was one for I

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Is education program. Your money back if you find a better watch value' : .'
Other sizable amounts going anywhere...within 60 days. ..'
237 W. Univ. Ave.
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were $201,000 for a 12 E. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
master's program to recruit and _
train college teachers; and $115-

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grants the booklet lists 20 Flor-
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bI .8_ Gainesville Sun Thursday, April 16, 1964 I c, =_ __

I I ; Bryant Draws More Criticism in Campaign: I IBf 1 the The women average reading:general a given news issue page ADVERTISEMENT of-with a: newspaper.advertising: : is read by .th>ee quarter of I

: :THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I highway system "a classic ol f fltag'fees. He said the state also 1 lion, reapportion Legislature r to Sarasota.

I, : Tiree Democratic and two: the Bryant administration's mis- could save countless dollars by and reorganize state govern-I Republican contender, Rep. C1h )
of ment" He proposed one senatorfor Charles Holley of Pinellas County :. .1
; Republican candidates for the management. You can't get los t; following Miami's example I ., ;
i'1 Florida gubernatorial nomination ...because all highways lead to I putting its insurance on a competitive each 100,000 people and a' told the Sanford Women's '.' &.
: speaking in Miami Wednesday Ocala." bid basis and placing' representative for each 25,000. Republican Club that Democrat: ,:':! J

; found fault with Gov. Far- Ocala Is the governor's home. state monies in banks payingtop I Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland, ic administrations have run the : "t" ,.
ris Bryant's administration. town. interest rather than in banks; former Sen. Fred 0. Dickinson I!state "to near bankruptcy during -: \ "

; Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia Democratic Miami Mayor Robert _I of political frineds. and Mayor Haydon Burns of a period of prosperity and I ,

: County and Sen. John Mathewsof King High,urged urban voters Karl said race relations was I.Jacksonville also campaigned.Kelly I now the voters are being promised What a Jacksonville awaken to what he I ,
democrats, criticized to j Miami voters, "
promised the "
I I "the most critical issue" confronting more of same. '.
1 : Bryant for what they I.i:termed the short change the y. Florida and added that' that as governor he would start )) <
I : called his costly $35 million refinancing i p are getting from state government the first day of the I wonderfultime. II"
the state needs a governor who a push on .....e. ... : "' ,
of the Florida Turn-:: under a rural dominatedLegislature. 1965 legislative session to'lower .. "' ,., .
"communicationsa ,
jnke.! can establish the cost of auto tags. ,. ............., r ri :. .: .T.'
i 'The crowd chuckled when Re-I Riga proposed a severance taj:: social climate" between I ..:, .: ..-:/ ; : :
talked about his .
Dickinson IiTiA
and at.uq. frltd C! I
white Negro spokesmen. :,
publican Bob Foster of Fort My- on minerals and phosphate to replace y thews took issue with crime control plans in south i ;:".'. : 1
Beach termed Florida's{ the 1963 increase in aut I I >
( ers !! Florida. : I. ihFvs+ pI'
High's contention that the severance '. }
'. :for a:
t ; I I tax could replace removal -I Burns detailed his qualifications .-. .. ....' t
and 214 NW
of the auto tag increase to be in barn- 13th 6-6472
: 1 NEW 1964 GMC :asked, "how are you going to: storming along governor the lower west!J Also in OcaUAMZMllll '- ., t.
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!replace $50 million or more with coast of Florida from Bradenton,!' movethis [ .. '. ..,. ...... d
PICKUP TRUCKS !$10 or $12 million that a severance I : .,.. _
tax might bring in?" I II I I : '< .
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I I Republican Ken Folks of Orlando -:: Being ; "- .,.....-.IH.10.nttsorr .
j $1768 the pnly other candidate Isolated i LAST 2 TIMES .
:to appear at the Miami Chamber -I ii NOW I COLOR FUN HITSI !Y" .' ." ,.' ,-
said i* OPEN '45, SHOW 1:IS 1
: of Commerce rally NEWTON Ga. (AP) The' SEE BOTH LATE AS t:M ; r p *;;.
'.. LOW DOWN PAYMENT !that as a member of the Orlando FIRST RUN 7:II ft It:41 i .' x ,
rising Flint River is ;
he had "3-r BUDDY EBSEN r rt .. I school board a
Low Monthly Payments ;program-rewrite the constitu-.I floodwaters into swamplands'! MAIL ORDER t-.OO BRIDEAT ., ...., ''I' ..."" ". w. .\1, .. ','; ;, .' J

: eaipOltf1ocf I,surrounding and threatens the to town close of the Newton last:'I THE DORIS THRILL DAY -JAMES OF IT GARNER ALL l.{. '"'..."...,<. <' ....' .... .. ".:a: :,..'r";'. ;"..: -; ,':' .' ",,,','.: .\, ,,., ....,,;..:;. .i ''' ;:', ,
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t Sheriff L. W. Johnson said all ,
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I County community are X>
Paid Advertising ed. The river, however, is expected :: [ in a world where people that is not ashamed of its tl
-- to recede rapidly after it! rush too fast drive themselves heart..whose people are

reaches its crest at about 31 feet '' ONSJANTINEmCR too hard, and say not sick of soul.' I

: Little r Folics .-'--.-by CeDrgeLin mayer vr. I-7 feet over flood stage-today,!; the of
and the isolation would be brief. story a man

t ONg 'rn> BE OK.IF SHE KEEPSTRYW /ONETWVXrX DO XIK !' The floods were caused by' In a world where people>N who foughtforwhathe believed .
t 'THIAfs Z Doter TEACMFRPIDNTT TOFIWD K NOURKHIN'. seven days of heavy rains in I want to reach for love but in..sometimes with
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::1 1 College Girls on Hunt for HusbandsBy I m W.VOTE S. "Tiny"FOR

to the sex-and-love syndrome on campus, whose doubts about
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& ':ff' J... '4 <> .1'f;<" ,'; + ",,,. ':' '. their place on the college scene causes emotional unrest, and _
E\ EVER SINCE RUSSIA put up the first "Sputnik," we have ./'.;'.'.+.::7"'. .i KiV.f; ;>. fif' *oho seize the first opportunity for an early marriage. If they

been engaged in a frantic race to increase our scientific ;FSt4 ,:}. online; Lampus ave to get pregnant to open that door of opportunity, then OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION
i brainpower. We are coaxing more and more intellectual eligi- (!<< .?' ; '.:..,..,. .regnant they get Thereupon they drop their college careersith
I bles to go through college and graduate school and then utilize "*5<'< ;'i??JvJM&SSfe: ;;: :; >W. w'/ <:. II. the relief of a child who no. longer has to gulp castor oil.
their education to advance America's position in the world. ; x : .< .Statistically, the record shows. that about 60 percent of girls <. Alachua County
who start college do not stay around to finish. CAPABLEOne
. Because female brainpower has often been allowed to gath-
trend raises serious questions which can't be fielded with The figures on female dropouts impelled Dr. Thomas C. Men-
er rust in the past, great stress has been made on inducingmore and Leadership
1 girls to continue their education past high school. pat answers. denhall, president of Smith College, to say that "the fact thatso Promise Businesslike- Positive With Aggressive A Smile

I The females have responded by trooping off to college in unprecedented many young women mistreat their obligations by confusing LEVEL 24ABoys'
I THE BALD TRUTH is that a great many of the girls ar- going to college with finding a husband can produce an atmos- PULL
numbers. Where students formerly constituted -
I' girl from the University of Maineto -------------- --- -
strung out ; -------
riving on campuses phere on the college campus which seriously befogs its immediate ---
about 20 percent of the undergraduate campus population to the siren call of
Southern California are not responding educational purpose as well as obscures the ultimate
now the ratio is up to 37 percent-there are rough
intellectualism and have no overweening desire for a career.
goal of women's education. The prevailing mania for the
i ly 1,500,000 of them out of a national undergraduate total of These girls are going to college because that's where more early marriage thus produces a false sense of values." 1 EXCLUSIVELY
slightly in excess of 4,000,000. and more of the boys are these days. Non-college boys don't In addition to girls who drop out after catching their man,
I. More and more scholarships are being grabbed off by have much status any more and so the best place to catcha there are others who stick around to graduation but who WiLeIlv SURFERS
girls. One-third of Federal scholarships awarded to these proficient suitable mate is on the greensward of Old Siwash. have no intention of doing anything with their degree other

,f in mathematics and science is going to female stu- Often this mission is not only supported by the girls' par- than frame it in.their married.. .home.
I dents. ents, but stage-managed by them. A girl at the University of Une study, conducted by the and
Most educators view this as a happy trend. Exponentsof Wisconsin told us that her parents were disgusted with her Survey Research Center of the need degrees to get jobs and
"equal rights for women" enthuse over the movement because she was entering her junior year and hadn't baggeda University of Michigan, broughtout pursue their professions.HE .
and want it extended. But from a social point of view, theMEN'S husband yet. "I don't think they'll want to pay for my senior the fact that only 13 per- 8 18 TRUNKS
unless I can produce a good prospect soon" she sighed. cent of the nation's high-school! INSISTS he would not to
t Another girl at Carnegie Tech told us she had transferred girls want to go to college pri- keep "p r 0 per 1 y motivated'
there from a Florida college because she hadn't met the marily for intellectual training.I women out of the co-ed schools. MCRGOR1L
"right" fellow down in Florida and her parents thought she'd The director of the study said I He would matriculate those
have better hunting at Carnegie.IT that "many girls just assumea : girls who have passed "ex-
IS GIRLS LIKE THESE who are most easily tempted in- pretense of intellectual interest haustive tests" to see if they
I to enter colleges and univer- had a goal of entering a use-
,, (Advertisement sities" and questioned whether ful profession, and also had the
'V AVERAGE AMERICAN INCOME I they should be there in a timeof attributes to succeed in the i r
short supply. chosen fields. 4.50
1 I' The average income of American
SHOP, families rose to $7,140 in Prof. Philip W. Burton of Sv- 'To properly equip women 1L
Street Floor 1 |1962 from $5,920 in 1961. In 1947 racuse University does more to be good wives, mothers, citizens -
i Paid Advertising it was $4,130. than question. He says bluntly and temporary jobholders -
..'i .. that we should drastically cut we don't have to enter themin
<:; the number of admissions of "
) four-year colleges, Burton i .
t .z' women to co-educational col- maintains. "Instead, they -
ti IIIl arsll 1 KEEP STABILITYIN leges, because these institu- can limit their education to two- Longer surfing length with surf-
i tions can't accommodate the year terms at a good liberal- ing lace front,built-in supporter
in Igiaau THE OFFICE OF flood of both male and female arts junior college or commu- 2-ply lastex fits right,never feels ..
applicants pouring into admis- nity college. tight.- :
xnA R TAX ASSESSOR sions offices these days..
Professor Burton admits that "Women who will seethe over 4.50 ::

x KEEP J. PIERCESMITH_ women are more conscientious my remarks should ask them-
selves: 'Would you rather own 1
I students than men but says ...
i a college degree yourself or
that because so many of them
rt ,
a have husband ?
L your own one
go to college with only marriageon
their minds, they should haveto Then there is the viewpoint, .".
,,.S.1 tuft C pd.Ad.. defer to male enrollees who expressed by Dr Jacob Freid, -M
chairman of the faculty of the y y

a prominent sociologist and AUSSIE LASTEX SURFER. -
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Professor Burton is overem- the bottom. Comfortable 2-ply _
phasizing the vocational pur- Uster.1Boys' -
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"HE IS NOT ALONE in that, '1 l
+ for many college officials are
guilty of the same thing," Dr. ,
Freid points out "They talk
ITAG so much about what students 'I
et : will get out of college today ...
in terms of dollars and cents 4.50
that they tend to forget tha
) ? \ the prime purpose of higher ec .
\ cation is to develop the whole
\\ \ person to improve his intellec t .

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"Most of our colleges don'communicate
meaningful valuesto .
\ students any more or challenge -
\pi r. them to do worthwhile
things for their fellow man. .
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Brides' (m f n( AnD m familyRuth f : b W o .. "* 1 :
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I I Book i l- Weimer . .. Women Editor II 9 : : '

. I TODAY, April 16 D I' IS :

Dinner honoring Miss Luci- ListedPlans < ',: ., :' ; '; '
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I enne Pirenian and her fiance, Spinks-Borck Nuptials .--: 2'f f;
Robert William Decker, 6:30 : -
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" ,-. ,, "LUCKY 7" .
: Mr. and Mrs. J. Milton .
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pin for the wedding of Miss James O'Neal of. Tifton Ga.,I Guests included the honoree, .
Brownlee and Mrs. George E. Mildred Kathleen Spinks, will be groomsmen.' her mother, Mrs. David, 0. :.J :,: : ,:'. ",
Evans, at the Brownlee home, ,
Glen Springs Road. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Borck will en- Spinks, Mrs. Alex Smith, Mrs. l. ;: :'.: .
Owens Spinks and Jim tertain tomorrow night with a :
Dinner honoring Miss A nne Springer Borck, son of Mr. and dinner honoring: Miss, Spinks Marvin Brooker, Mrs. Luther ,, .' ". ,
Purvis, bride-to-be of Billie Mrs. Theodore Borck of Dade and their son at Holiday,Inn Hammond. Mrs. Fred Smith _,.' ." ,-.. DAY .
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Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville Mrs. Donald Rothwell Mrs.Tyre :::,:;;''''.
rehearsaLSaturday "
t. City[ are announced today. following.the. i-*.' 'I<' :
6:30 Mr. andMrs. Yuan, Mrs. H. W. Winsor, -
p.m. The nuptials will be solemnized at 12:30 p.m., Mr. : .:/ :
Mrs. JWpb'Leighty, Mrs. Dominic 1 '
Davis 715 .
Latham :
in the and Mrs. M.F,Holohan of Jack- ,
at 4:30 p.m. Saturday 'Bocco, Mrs. V, W. .Carlisle f i Ml' -:. "
23rd. Church sonville and Mr and Mrs. J. W. ; : I "
FRIDAY 17 Holy Trinity Episcopal O, ,, Mrs., Nathan Gammon, :. :!: :
; April with the Rev Earle Page, rector O'Neal Jr. of Tipton, Ga., : ;. '
Mrs. J. R. Henderson, 'Mrs.
Rehearsal ,dinner honoring
luncheon at the Holiday (
The musical will'give a
,officiating. program
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James Nesmith Mrs. : :
Miss Clara Frances Tuttle and will be given by Dr. David Inn for, ,the out of town .
her fiance, William Bancroft Thornton, 'Mrs. Thomas Ma- J < 4t. _
Stryker, organist.A guests here for the,wedding fes- Lcr4 '
i! Weaver of Coral Gables, 7:30 will follow at the tivities. thews, Mrs. Gaylord Volk, Mrs.: .
Holiday reception W. G. Blue, Mrs. R. E. Cald-, .F"
I p.m., Mrs. Bert C. Riley, Alpha Chi Omega sorority Shower Fetes Bride-elect '
Inn. well and Mrs.John Fiskell, Miss i
820 West Panhellenic Among the pre-nuptial
house, par-
and Smith.
Judy Raymond Sally
Rehearsal dinner honoring
Drive. ties honoring Miss Spinks, a ,. .. .
Miss Lucienne Fireman, a nd Bridal attendants will be Miss kitchen shower was given recently "

his son, Robert William Decker Judy Raymond of Hollywood by Mrs. William Pritchettwho Calling All Home MakersBy :..", .
7:30 p.m., Elroy Lyman maid of honor, and Miss entertained at her home.A ; i. .
Bob OakleyHOW
Decker of Miami Shores, Hotel Louise Stucky of Clearwater, yellow and white, color ,M '

Thomas. bridesmaid, and Alison Spinks, note was featured in the party TO USE COLORi -'t. -.
Miscellaneous shower feting sister of the bride, junior brides-i appointments and ,serving ta- IN DECORATING i e ." i itl
Miss Virginia Davis, maid. ble, where Mrs. Fred Smith I a
elect of John Matthew Fed- r-: 1 ..
the silver service.
Michael Hakala of Richmond, presided at .J -
Ison, 3 pjn., Mrs. Harold D. Va., will serve as best man and A number of kitchen necessities The proper .
of color has
John Feaster, o
Wallace Mrs.
brother of were combined to,'create a
Joe Borck, Dade City, Mrs. Ray Shirley and MrsL. the bridegroom; John Forres- bride-doll, which was presentedto .,_ ,in decorating -
R. Arrington at the Wallace tal, Byron Petrakis, Richard the bride-to-be during the. : :":[ today
home, 1812 SW 36th Place. that it is necessary special summer sale u
and shower.
Rehearsal dinner honoring Benzinger, Arthur Cooper ; to j know
some of the
Miss Kathy Spinks and her M:basic color rulesin .

fiance, Jim Springer Borck, by order to intelligently for babies and toddlers 1r
the bridegroom's parents, Mr. TattleWeaverWedding [ set- :
Bob Oakley ect furniture,
and Mrs. T. J. Borck of Dade floor coverings or draperies. .
City, Holiday Inn. Reg. 2.98 to 4.9.8 INFANTS TOPPER SETS A99 1 1 1-

SATURDAY, April 18 to There consider.are I.fin The basic relationshipof factors Girls and Boys Cool _Cottons . . 199- .., .
Wedding of Miss Clara colors to each other 2. The
Frances Tuttle, daughter of PlansPlans effect of colon on rooms and, Reg. 2983.98 BABETTE DRESSES. Cool! -| 99 n69 ,;.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Tut- people; 3. What.colon may--: Cottons. Many Styles. 12 to 24 mos.- I mJL ..,.
and may not= be used together ...
tle, and William Bancroft 4. What combinations: Reg. 4985.98 TODDLER DRESSES. :
announced today The wedding, will take place I
Weaver of Coral Gables, son are appropriate for each room;_ Sizes 1.2 arid 3. NOW . .. 2"369Reg.
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wil- for the wedding of Miss Clara Saturday at 10 ajn. at Holy, 5. How to go about creating a u -
liam B. Weaver, 10 a.m., Holy Frances Tuttle, daughter of Trinity Episcopal Church with i color scheme.A .. :; ,
Trinity Episcopal Church, followed Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Tuttle, Rev. Earle C. Page' officiating. good way, to start Is to 1.29-1,98 INFANTS SUN SUITS. 8Sc .
by reception in the Par- and William Bancroft Weaver, I talk. over your color ideas withus. And Toddlers.This,is wonderful value for only Regularly 11.98 to 29.98 _,,,_ '
ish House. son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Dr. David Stryker: will be or-: We'll be glad to show you
samples and color
go over I
Bridesmaids luncheon honoring William B. Weaver of Coral ganist and the acolyte will be charts with you to help you Specially priced at

Miss Virginia Kay Da- Gables. James Joiner. select proper colors you will I .Infants Soft-Sole and Semi-Hard; Shoes ,_ .
vis bride -to-be of John Mat- like and will enjoy living with.
thew Fedison, 12:30: pjn.Mrs. Weaver Both Miss are currently Tuttle and graduate Mr. Miss Helene ,Kouba,, Civero, Here thoughts, by on the basic way color are usage some: !I Here is a wonderful value in Infants Strap Shoes, 777 1777 .",.

Allen DeLaney, Gainesville at Ill., will attend, the bride 'as I Oxfords, Sandals and Hi-Tops. Brands you know -
Golf and Country Club. students in library science maid of honor Use' reds for warmth pinks good styles regularly priced to 3.98. 49 -199 ::
University and and Miss Pat- for ,
Bridesmaids luncheon com- Florida State blues gaiety for tranquility yellows for light for Sizes Oto5 . .. . .,. . ) -I
expect to receive theIr degreesin ricia McKenzie, of St. Peters- greens I
Miss Lucienne Pi coolness lavender for femininity
plimenting August. The bride-to-be will burg and Miss Marsha Capo of -
renian, bride-to-be of Robert and black, white, gray ,
arrive'tomorrow from Tallahassee. Gainesville will be.bridesmaids.Le and beige for neutral effects. :
William Decker, 12:30 p.m., I LADIES'SPRING Reg. 2.98 to 22.98
Mrs. Roger Bledsoe and her I Roy Hennings of Tallahassee We invite you to come In Girls, Teens Summer Dresses

daughter Miss.. Patricia Bled- will serve as best .man ideas for a cup with of Our and decoratorsore discuss : From our regular stock of Tiny-Town, Youngland,
and 177 1177
soe uoiiaay inn. will be Mr. Ray
at your service.
I Bonnie Blair and Junior-Hi Fashions. Come to
Wedding of Miss Lucienne Jones and Mr. Fleming Montgomery -: MILLINERY
Pirenlan, daughter of Mr. and Bridge both of ,Gainesville. We also Invite your group i 'cause these ,are top values and nicely. A69 >v99

Mrs. Zareh M. Pirenian, and 'I to Gardens"view the film"Better entitled Homes"Color end priced from .'.'. . .. . . / to/

Robert William Decker, son of A reception, at the Parish. Ideas". Just call me at 376-
Elroy Lyman Decker of'Miami Club House will follow the ceremony. 4438 for an appointment.
Home Beautiful Furniture Co.. (Advertisement)
I Shores, 7:30 p.m., First I Friends of the couple are Invited 1703 W., Main St. The U. S. government first'minted five pieces in 1749. Today Americans spend the equivalent of 68,000-

Presbyterian following Alpha Reception Delta- to attend. i 000 five cent pieces a day for their newspapers.COMPLETE .
Pi sorority house. NotesBy
Luncheon for' out of town

Y guests here for the Spinks-Borck

wedding, 12:30 p.m., Mr. and JOHN E. CRAPS btilird GARDEN CENTER
Mrs. M. F. Holohan of Jackson- .
ville and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mrs. H. L. Gray, Mrs. L. H.
- s00as.
O'Neal of Tifton, Ga., aunt and Robbins, Mrs. L. E. Grinter, ,
uncle of the bride, Holiday Inn. and Mrs. W. Macdonald won BOXWOOD
No Pain No Strain I
Wedding of Miss Lula Bertha the women's team championship KILL \ I
Crosby, daughter of Mr. and for 1964 of the Gainesville VIRBURKUM 39C B

Mrs. Jesse Newell Crosby of Bridge Club on Monday eveningby TORO.lIGUSTRUM 8 I
Orlando, and Roger Gene Keys, winning 17 boards of a pos- with each

son of Mr. and Mrs. Ulric Car- sible 24. Mrs. B. M. Tench, .8 THOSE :

ven Keyes of Arcadia, 3 p.m., Miss Bernice Brenke, Mrs. Jes- .
University Methodist Church. sie Fisher, and Mrs. D. W. Why Rake? I
Wedding of Miss Mildred Kath--Bowman tied with Mrs. E. R. \ ...J1:

leen Spinks, daughter of Dr. Woodward Mrs. B. R. Trahn, MOW IT DAHLIAS69C APHID !

and Mrs. Daniel Owens Spinks,: Mrs. L. A.,, Garrard, and Mrs.K. IMPATIENS .
and Jim Springer Borck, son of, H. Kent for second and third BALSAM I
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Joseph places with, 14 boards each, CLEANwith ZINNIAS : CELOSIA DOZ. fl (and Beetles and Ants I
Borck of Dade City, 4:30 p.m., while Mrs. F. J. Hoffer, Mrs.H. MARIGOLDS PETUNIAS I
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. R. Warfel, Mrs. R. M. Wai- C (30 varieties I I

Reception following at the Alpha beck, and Mrs. W. E. Clardy aTORO O 'TOMATO PLANTS-4varieties I' and 250 other Insects )
Chi Omega sorority house, 820 took fourth with 13*. PEPPER PLANTS-4 varieties ;
West Panhellenic Drive. I
Wedding of Miss Mary Carolyn In_the men's team championship '
Kocher, daughter of Mr. and Mr.'Robbins, Ian T. Gil- 10 PATIO PLEASURE : use ISOTOX :
Mrs. William Bryan Kocher of son, Van A. May and the writer .
led the with 17% boards 0.C
Clearwater, and George Lewis way 19" Whirlwind I I
out of 27. D. W.' Bowman, J. --2i""tf- ISO.......OJ.... GARDEN SPRAY
Warren, son of Mr. ,and Mrs. \ \ New Shipment Just InComplete I I
H. Vidal, J. B. Carmichael, and : t
James McBride Warren, 2 p.m., >.' Supply .. .- -- -
R. N. Livingston took second \ ... I '- ,
First Methodist Church. Recep- honors with 13.County. $8995 IJ "POP CORN" Block
tion following at the Chi Omega Stepping Stones

sorority House, 807 West Pan ClubDinnerDance P =, 0 w KAli :
bellenic Drive.Luncheon LANDSCAPE.
honoring Miss Anne Sizes ACCENTS I CONTROL B

Purvis, fiancee of Billie Nugent 25% DOWN BALANCE 60 DAYS PLANTERS, I B

Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville, Best Deals On Trade-Ins BIRDBATHS "t" .
12:30 p.m., Mrs. Darrel J, Saturday from 7 p.m. to RIDING MODELS AVAILABLE ALSO FEEDERs. I Black w B
Mase and Miss Marcia Mase,1 I a.m., the Gainesville Golf and I SpotMildew B
Gainesville Golf Country County planned a -
Club. ner-dance with Roddy Wood- I L Other New Rotary Mowers 47.00 up ,8I on Roses E

Dinner honoring Miss Anne: cock's orchestra playing. HATE WEEDS LOVE CRASS. ? B
Purvis and her fiance, Billie: Members may bring city Prepared for Fla. Soils! USE DUAL ACTION 8 I
Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of Jack. guests to the affair, which has I Gro-Tone Pellets With Just One Spray

sonville, 7 p.m., Senator and I been listed as a "Bankrupt I for lovelier 8B ORTHO Rose Fungicide, contains 75% PHALTAN B
a lawn! Sco. ,
Mrs. L. K. Edwards and Mr. Dance the best you can afford I Feed lawn ._ BONUS 8B
and Mrs. M. M. Parrish, at the: after taxes." your the GRO-TONE PELLETS -- i new wettableGarden powder formulation Especially recommended -
Edwards' home in Irvine. Reservations are requested. ..I food that lasts months super longer plant .I I WEEDS AS' IT FEEDS ,8 for the control of black spot, powdery mildew

is cleaner. and can be spread

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Vows Exchanged A.A.U.W. Luncheon I) Calendar Of EventsTODAY I Wives Soil Conservation Club, 8 p.m., Mrs.Service Dal- Department Gainesville Woman's Sketch Club Group, Art,

son Esrey, 3SOO SW 15th
Breakfast and Sketch Class, 9:30 !
: ,April 18 OES, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple. Street.
To Be Saturday a.m., Mrs. Nathan Smith, 631 i I
Gainesville Library Advisory FRIDAY, April 17Gainesville
After Five O'clock Group of NW 34th Drive. !
Board 8 Gaines- ,
: University Women's Club, 8 p.m. Bridge Club, (
Saturday luncheon speaker which stresses young people." :p.m., Mrs.J. Wayne Reitz;host. ville Public Library. 9 ajn., Holiday Inn. Junior Assembly din n e r- I

for the Gainesville branch of She recently served as consultant I ess. President's Residence. Chapter CQ, PEO, 8 p.m., Oldtimers Group, University dance "Paris in the Spring,""* I j

the American Association of to the 'State Board of League of Women Voters Mrs. A. N. Payne, 17 NW 7th Women's Club 3 p.m., 7 to 10:30 p.m., Gainesville,, I
University Women will be Mrs. Health on a project designed to Unit Meeting, 8 p.m., Mrs. Terrace. Clubhouse, West Newberry Woman's Club, West University I

! Carol Taylor, who will discussthe determine the needs of old John E. Signer 214 SW 40th AUemanders, 8 p.m., How- Road, Mrs. B. W. Ames, Mrs.L. Avenue. Open House for parents -' !

subject, "Old" Age A Social people in Florida Nursing Street. ard Bishop Junior Iii gh LeRoy Schoch, and Mrs. 5 to 6 p.m., with Mrs. :,7 I
Y Predicament. Homes. Gainesville Chapter 44, SchooL W. R. Carroll, hostesses. George Jones as hostess. ,
k = r 9 The speaker who grew up in -
The luncheon set for at .
noon .
where her father was
the Park Lane cafeteria is
__ an agriculturalist, has studied
under the direction of the Community
In Japan, Canada, England, :
Affairs Department, France, and the United States.
headed Mrs. Fred H. Heath.
During World War n, she worked -
H Y a eL? Mrs. Taylor research asso In England and also in Ger- J.M.FieidsQUAUT1
date in the College of Nursingand many with the UNRRA. She is

associate professor of the the wife of Griffin Taylor, .
department of anthropology of Gainesville novelist.
the College of Arts and Sciencesof The Taylors have two daugh-

: the 'University of Florida, ters, Mary and Anne, who are OPEN 9 A.M. 9 P.M. SUNDAY NOON 7 P.M. ,:
rrI will examine the social situ- students at P. K. Yonge Laboratory OISCOUNt

Efsy ation of "old people in a society SchooL GAINESVILLE-Acres of Free Parking :;

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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Ulmer
M ((1 Pendants DIAMOND.:
TRENTON Mr. and Mrs. and carried a nosegay of yel- .
Kenneth L. Ulmer who were low carnations. t I SOLITAIRES

+ married March 8, at the Mion 999
Kennle served the
Church of Christ of Trenton, t\ ,1 I4 CARAT
bridegroom as best man. 4i : 4844 ....
are now at home In Arlington, Ushers were Marvin Sache, ti Mounted !. oM whit ooU. Com.Mr :c tE'I. ;valwt .
Va.. to SMAS. -
uncle of the bride, Elie Beas- :" :

The bride, formerly, Miss ley and Bill HuIsezer. 'I.. 1 x, l 1 CARAT u 49 0 "
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Bonnie Jean Sache is the

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bar bride's Following parents the were ceremony hosts the at .w \ :. ,M f : 5 CARAT r *+- .......... ;:r.o.;: ......... Q708 -

ney Sache of Trenton. The a reception given at their u 1 CARAT 4fwo
bridegroom, son of Mr. and home. 4 fHdrs D9. t '*"* .......... Yob...........91888 akI _
Mrs. Adolph Ulmer of Archer,
is stationed at Arlington with Cutting and serving the wed 4 Necklaces Earrings saw Vi a.d nor eR tit...... today ncI awry fty. 10-4ay
the U. S. Army. ding cake were Miss Kathryn moa.r-back ,..roat..., pia. fro* Botarixo4 appraisal.Ladies1 .

Burnette, Miss Linda Gail 84* to 4" l .
Given in marriage by her Williams and Miss Betty Jo QualiCraft rfIlHi/r.lo.oot

father the bride wore a satin fea Standridge. Miss Polly Fay M FREE EARRINGS; DIAMOND RINGS

and Chantilly lace gownt Nicklison, cousin of the bride,
allY aN a.t watohtn/ 1
turing' a chapel train. Her kept the bride's book. A HEIDHE.SB 'J/I: Wrin.e FREE1 Mt of dlamondi.Bridal cttntorrtn "
fingertip-length veil of illusion TranlstorboiJTAPE mouittad In $183
fen from of white 1a beautiful 14K wfclter
a crown '
-, designed for l' y M0w ooM*
satin. She wore a strand of Fine Arts RECORDER ( ms.00 vain*.
pearls, a gift from the bridegroom A; tt Wt t of dla-(
growing feet 'Ia 11 Cam P..te with 00 .
and carried a prayer Group Coffee ..,,_phon.. batter-1291 J Inendrld.l rhif..MtooekUil / 91
book covered with stephanotis, Youngsters lore t .ee...w...$ dinner rl....A wide
QualiCraft Juniors became they are such A white atyln In
and.centered with a white or 1 14 K or r.'Iew
Gainesville Woman's Club :un to wear and because of their good looki. Parents love ..$14.VaJuo. ..II....

chid.Miss Fine Arts Group will meet for QualiCraft Juniors became of their fine fit and i l14..ra''tI
quality; Bridal Mt, orlnoaa.rin .
Joyce Ulmer sister of coffee and sketching tomorrow .
long wearing materials and because their 'or pondanta. 4700
the bridegroom was maid of from 9:30 ajn. until noon with prices keep your Mounted in 3111wAIN
honor and Miss Grace Fair- Mrs. 'Nathan L.' Smith, 631. NW budget in mind. That's why QualiCraft Juniors are the .. 3 Comoar.or yellow to'120.00.fold ,

cloth was bridesmaid. The 34th Drive, as hostess. shoes to start with and stay with. 2.BB to'4.99 tit a .,

maid of honor wore a yellow .r39 st dlKonts amjvktrv ea fantOd Wafttam, G,...,
peau do sole dress with I A fifty-cent fee for the morn- Men s 1.88 to 191 x H..ntn. Bgli, Disc. icwu, HolbrM cad m oay *h.r
matching accessories. She ing will be contributed by each p..p i.t. tMortmont. All atylM faaioi .... too ....... to Nt1eR.and .
person attending. totMr Valuo to 110.e
carried of
a nosegay green .
carnation The bridesmaidwore Proceeds will go Into a fundto Ladles'.99c to 148 Ladies' and Men's
a peau de sole purchase easels for the Woman's IllrtUt.. watlota, clutch baoa
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L'a J .,

" ",' Chancesr (4 m y a, T Tie For Honors.. .

fYg ; ; R t cis x20kAJ
|! P. K. Yonge and Santa Fe

waged a terrific battle for Key-

Boosted [stone Conference track honors
[yesterday at the University of

Florida asphalt oval and when r
Ian was over the two rivals fin-,

T4d :ished in a tie.

Florida's chances of figuring in the Southeastern Confer- 4
|i Both schools totaled 73tt

ence track championship this year have been boosted- by Y 'u 1 4n 'qEBELS1 SIIr gs ([points and the two windup

. fine performances in early meets. events of the day-the broad

t Latest statistics reveal that Gator runners lead in three [:jump and pole vault-produced
;plenty of excitement.

, events and figure among the top five finishers In nine others. | Going into the broad jump, Thursday, April 16, 1964 13

Still, powerful LSU, Mississippi State and Tennessee, SEC ;;the Blue Wave led 66-65. Sandy

'; indoor champion, will be rated over the UF when the annual f Leatherwood of the Rebels took

J meet is held in May. !i fifth place in the broad jump for

[the point that tie at 66-66. I
; UF sprinter George Leach leads hi the 100-yard dash witha Three Contestants for the Wave, Warren Bud: *

Pete Rowe's :474 is best time turned in so 1 I was 'second and Richard demons
:9.t clocking With the pole vault still going High Hurdles' 1, Leatherwood (SF|
best in Ion third for Santa Fe Barry 2. Johnston (PKY); 3. Hodge (GCIJ 4.
far in the 440-yard dash and Peter Skafte's %16-1% is both PKY and the Rebs had I Hinton (PKYV 5. Stacey (PKYL:15.3
Baumstein fourth for PKY and,
the javelin. from left, Coach Harry Hutson,-Kenny Ray Thomas, Sandy Leatherwood and three contestants each in the 100 yard dash 1, Cook (FBl
t Ceccil Sun Eddie Harold Trujillo of PKY and I 2, Cook (SF); 3. Arnold (FB); I; Coolsby -
Quates. ( photo by Davis
i ). event. Covey Johnston won it : (GC); 5, Williams (GC). :111.4
'. Richard Johnson, Santa Fe, tied Mile ,
c I run I/ Moody (GC); 2 I
for fifth. Buntjiemyer (SFi 3, Wells (PKY)|
4. Mundin (PKY)I S, Lowe (GC).

That gave both teams TA 4:54.7 880 yard relay 1, Santa Fa

'J : Mays Rips Up Candlestick points. and the final deadlock.A 2 Cook, Macctennyi, Thomas 3.'Quates P. K. Yooge Leatherwood*4, Orange
: tC-'H : Park 5. Green Cove
oe Hali.J flip of the coin, however, anda 1:34.4 ; Springs.
correct'call by Reb coach 440-yard dash 1. Goolsby (GC)|
J, Rhoden (M), :3, Luca (PKY 4,
: 'ti \ Harry Hutson gave the trophyto Petty (SF); 5. Sapp (FB). :51.6 (R,1Qoord

___. By MIKE RATHET Santa Fe.Trailing Low) hurdles 1, Stalnaker (PKYl
Associated Press Sports WriterThey're 2, Roberts (Ml 3. Johnston (PKY)i+4,
the top two teams, Crews (M); 5, Carlisle (GC). :20.7
I tearing down the Polo (record)
were Green Cove Springs with 88 -yard run 1. Eggert (P1Yt
Grounds and Willie is
Mays 2, Hines (PKY); 3. Denman (GO 4.
Other leaders are John Cox, Kentucky, :21.5 ,in the 200, ripping up Candlestick Park. 51 points, Macclenny, 40; Fen, Taylor (M); 5. Thrift (M). 2:09.3
Leland Albright LSU 1:52.7 in the 880 Coppley Vickers, Ten- nandina Beach 19 and Sprint medley relay 1, Green
; Mays, 3,000 miles and seven ; Orange Cove Springs (Henderson WMNams
nessee, 4:18.3 in the mile; Vickers, 909.4 in the two-mile; years removed from New York's Park, 13. Goolsby. Hodges 2, Santa Fen. 3,
Macd envy; 4. P* K. Yonge 5 Per-
Billy Hardin, LSU, :13.9 in the high hurdles; Lewis Gainey, Polo Grounds, hammered his Two records fell yesterday.Jay nandina Beach. 2:07.4 .

Georgia, :39.3 in the 330-yard intermediate hurdles; Tom third home run in two games Goolsby of Green Cove Paulson Shot put(SF-); X 1, Cox Newberry(FB); (PKY 4., Chic-,

Christopher, Auburn, 14-2 in the pole vault; Don Posey, Mis- Wednesday night, triggering a Springs ran the 440 in :51.6 to Nora 220-yard(GC);dash 5.-1 Presnell, Koru (SF(PKY). 47); feet 2.

sissippi State, 64 in the high jump; Tom Mitchell, Auburn, 10-run third-inning uprising ,that better the mark of ;52.4 set by Thomas (SF); 3. Henderson (GC); 4,

24-H' in the broad jump; Mitchell in the triple jump with carried the Giants to a 10-8 vic- McLeod of Starke in 1961.PKY's Asbel (GCMorris lump!>> I, Buck(M:23.0High (SFI 2.
45-4%, Justin Canale, Mississippi State, 57-2/ in the shot put; 3 F Clemons (SF); 3 Leatherwood (SF);
Milwaukee.It Stalnaker did
tory over Tommy 4. HOdge (GC); 5. Myatt (OP). feet
Ron Hernandez, LSU, 169-11 in the discus throw; was the biggest inning for the low hurdles in :20.7 to better \4 Mile Inch relay 1. P. K. Yonge (Ray

i the Giants since the team pulledout the record of :20.8 set by H. Trulillo. Stalnaker, Hines); 2. Mac-
Frosh Benny 3. Santa F., 4, Oranga
Top of New York and moved Starke's Hal Seymour in 1962. Park; S, Green Cove Springs. 3)37.3.
West after the 1957 season. Discus throw 1, Presnell SF); Z,
4* Top Performer Fitzpatrick (PKY) 3. Cover FB
has ; ( ): 4.
a Freshmen are doing well, also. Florida's Scott Hager Mays, the only member of the Goolsby of the day's Cox (FB); 5, Tanner (M). 124 feet
was one
done the intermediate hurdles in :38.9, better than any varsity Broad lump 1. Goolsby (GO 2.
Giants who played with the club Myatt OP 3. Rhoden M .
top performers. He won ,the ( ); ( ); 4 Hodge
performer; and LSU's Delmon McNabb has thrown the javelin I while the 'Polo Grounds rvrM (GC); 5, Leatherwood (SF). 20 feet
was broad in addition to the 11 Inches _
I 252 feet 4 inches, far better than the current SEC record of called home, now does most of jump Pole vault 1. Johnston (PKY2,
I 229-9%. Vickers' two-mile time has surpassed the current SEC r.ra' 440 and ran with the Blue Dev- Buck (SF); 3. demons SF( ); 4-Baunv
his hitting at Candlestick. Park.In ., stein lPKY.(: H. (tie) H. TnHHIo
4 mark by almost nine seconds and Mitchell's triple jump is the first two games of theNL ils.' winning sprint medley relay PKY) and Johnson (SF). 11 feet.Yogi .-. -.

; better than the current mark of 45-9%. Y team.
: q 'iw e Johnston of PKY finished se-
'i Scolds :::: ::
Among UF freshmen, Jimmy Jordan is listed in the 100 witha ] Boxes x > cond in the high hurdles, third in ,
:9.9, Dieter Gebhard, former Gainesville High runner, has akp t the low hurdles and won the pole
done a 1:56.7 in the half-mile; David Wilson has a 4:22.1 in the t s. Mk,. s., ;, vault. NEW YORK (AP) "I lea's

mile; Hager has turned in 13-11% in the pole vault; Harry On Page 17 Santa Fe's Leatherwood won ed a lot under Casey Steng l/-
i.l>. t.'A says new Yankee Manager Yogi;
Winkler has thrown the discus 1387. q
yPaww.aatr the high hurdles, was on the
I ,1 0 Berra, "but he never said 'anything

All of this would seem to indicate that the Gators, for yearsan season he has collected three winning Rebel 880-relay team about public speeching -.
SEC track solidly the back. 'a't: f and fifth in the broad jump. I mean speeches.
power, are on way hits and three homers. He hit a
r\ pair against theBraves, Tuesday Starke, no longer a Keystone Yogi's flub brought down the:
Caught on the Run Conference member, had won I house at the annual New York
then followed :with a three- POLE VAULT VICTORY HELPED PKY TIE six straight Keystone track: Baseball Writers'
gathering. He
run shot Wednesday.The Covey Johnston 11 feet for win
goes goes
Gator basketball coach Norman Sloan's 1964 summer cage St Louis Cardinals also (Photo by Chic Hinton crowns prior to this season. played for Stengel in 12 of hjs
school will expand by 75 boys to a total of 200. Spaciousnew with' ) The summaries: 17 years with the Yankees.
came up a big inning, rap-
dormitories at the Howey-in-the Hills Academy near Lees-
for five
ping Don Drysdale. runs
burg makes this possible. The school will cater to junior high, BILL
in the eighth inning en route to SKOWRON
youths and freshman and sophomores in high schools. Nol: a 6-2 victory over Los Angeles-
who and seniors in school will be ;
boys are juniors high ac- their first triumph over the
cepted. Information can be secured by writing to Sloan at the world champion Dodgers in

University of Florida athletic department. I their last five regularseasongames. COMES HOMEBy I

Charlie Bradshaw, Kentucky football coach, has createda '
hornets' nest in the Blue Grass State. At a recent press In other action, Bill Virdon

meeting he asked Kentucky sports scribes not to write anything drew a bases-loaded walk in the MURRAY CRASS I erupting In the World Series and

detrimental to the UK athletic program, especially 12th inning that forced in the Associated Press Sports Writer J helping the Dodgers to a four-

football. The reaction from fans, as well as writers, has winning run in Pittsburgh's 5-4 Bill Skowron is home. I game sweep of his former '+N'>' hr

him." But Kentucky should be a fine football team decision over the Chicago Cubs, That sweet sight for Skowronis :teammates.LOS '"

been eye-opening. One fan bluntly said, "Let's get rid of and Jim Bunning won his first the American League, wherehe ANGELES abrhbi WASHINGTON abrhbl

with halfback Roger Bird one of the nation's best. game as a National Leaguer by starred with the New York Pearson cf 4010 Blas'ame 2b41 1 2
pitching Philadelphia to a 4-1 Yankees for nine years before Moran Fregosl 3b 4120 Brlnk'an ss 4000
Florida's swimming team feted at steak dinner last 'week victory over the New York being shipped to the: National Thomas ss rf 5000 4122 Skowron Hinton If Ib 4012 4121 :>

end with Larry Levin, Alan Lederman and Winky Wilkerson Mets. Houston and Cincinnatiwere League.The Adcock Rodgers Ib c 3000 4100 King Lock cf rf 3100 2110

doing the honors. not scheduled.The 33-year-old first baseman, Kirkpat'ck If 41 1 0 Retzer c 3100 .
Knoop 2b 4011 Kennedy 3b 3 0 0 0
Giants started rolling in now with Washington, officially Latman p 1000 Daniels P 2111 .
Jack Green's Vandy football team has four Sunshine State D. Lee p 0000 Ridzik p 1000 :: .. t. ,
players working this spring. They include Bill Thompson, the third inning after winning marked his return Wednesday aDees 0000 Bridges p 0000 t:. i yv

listed at 6-3 256 pounds (former Gainesville High star) at pitcher Jack Sanford 'drew a .night with a home run that ignited cKoppe bTorres 0000 1011
two-out walk off Bob Sadowski. Osinski 0000 t .
a six-run outburst in the p :y
tackle; halfback Bennett Baldwin, Lakeland; halfback Mike dSatrlana 1010 t.. w'
Before It was over the Giants second inning, the Senators' big Totals U424 Totals JO I 1 1
McCann Fort Lauderdale and fullback Howard Enlow Lake-
; had lashed six hits 2-Struck out for D. Lee In 5th; b- :.' ,,'p.'
land. includingthe gest inning in two seasons. .Singled for R. Lee In.6th; c-Ran for r;:,.. .,. :
homer by Mays and a three- The splurge carried the defending :Torres'In 61t1 d-Singled for Osinskl In : v, : p

For the first time in UF athletic history, two non-faculty run double by Sanford his sec- cellar champions to a till, "r r / II /

members have been added to the athletic board. They are Cliff ond time around. 5-4 triumph over the Los Angeles I Lea Washington Angeles .. Otl 200 toO 002 000-4 0xE -< :

Beasley of Gainesville and Fred Montsdeoca of Ocala, Beasleyis Despite the cushion, Sanford Angels in the only American { ". .
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executive secretary of the Florida Board of Certified Pub- needed relief help, from Bob League game. 24-10: -. Washington 27-10. LOB-Cos os Angeles ,..:'. '.f?F*> y.irFl' ,' wf S :-

lic Accountants. Montsdeoca, a former UF star kicker, is Shaw a former Brave. Ed Bail- I Skowron's home run, his first :r,3B Washington-Hinton. HR 4. -Fregosl. Skowron. :
connected with Dixie Lime Co. in Ocala. ey, acquired by Milwaukee in hit as a Senator, was his first in .IP. H R ER aa SO
Latin L, 031 ... 11-33 6 6 1 <
the trade for Shaw, hit a solo I the league since Sept. 25, 1962. .D. Lee 22-3 1 0 1 2

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Schedules for The Cardinals' winning rally him to the Los Angeles Dodgers. r. T:"
Majors also was started by the win- Skowron might not have felt bators .l1 ace

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Weekend television of major league baseball games starts stroked a single. After Gibson League, but his .203 average can you taste your whiskey?

Saturday on both the NBC and CBS networks. moved over to second, Drysdale didn't exactly make him feel as Four Teams

intentionally walked Bill White if he belonged.He .
Dizzy Dean PeeWee Reese will handle the commentary
for CBS while Joe but got crossed up on his strate- wound up the regular sea-
Garagiola and Bob Wolff will do it for NBC.. In Net Test
NBC will do games from four American League cities gy by hitting Charley James son with a mere four home runs

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nrr Branford Wins Suwannee;

CHIEFLAND-Favored Branford berry failed to score. Mayo and Marion were the day's only dou- hurdles, third In the discus ;:

R 4 '$ c racked up 49 points to Greenville did not participate.. ble winners. Thomas took the throw, third in the shot put and I

capture the annual Suwannee Jimmy Thomas of Lake But- high hurdles in 15.9 and the ran on the Bucs' winning mile f I
220-yard dash in :23.8. Davis 1
A Conference track meet yester ler and Bill Davis of North .
s team.
relay -
day with Jasper runnerup at 44 won the shot put with 45-7% and I

points. the discus with a throw of 122 Until the final two relays and

Tish Preuss feet Davis set records in both the broad jump it was a five. I
Trailing the top two teams his wins.
team race. Branford, Jasper,
were North Marion 40 Lake
; The winning Bucs Lake Butler North Marion I
.Butler 36% Chiefland Wins
MM. ; 29V4; Again; one first place, the mile relay and Chiefland all were in the -
Cross City, 25; Williston, 19; i
rR but used team balance to pile up thick of the race. i
; Jennings, 8; Trenton, 4. New-
high finishes for the points that Other individual standouts included
: a. ., BigBy produced the victory. Branfordalso i
Lord of Cross City who
won the title last year.
n1 uS 1 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS was fifth in the 100 fifth in the t

The summaries: PORT ST. LUCIE Tish David Allen of Branford rack- 220, second in the broad jump, I

I Preuss of Pompano Beach ed up 16 points to take individual first in the low hurdles and ran

.High hurdles 1. J. Thomas LBi whipped Aggie Goss of laurels. He was third in the on the Bears' print medley \
2. Rogers (NM); 3, D. Allen (B)] Pompano
4 4 Grtffls (L8); 5. Swilley (Ch). :15f Beach 6 and 4 to advance to the, high hurdles, second in the low relay team. I
2x .. 100-yard dash 1. Smith (J); J, (tl -- _
', r, Key (Ch\ and Brannon (LB)> 4. 4.1 semifinals of the Florida Wom-
x lln (NM); 3. Lord (XC). :10.6MOyard en's
'x 9 t dash 1. Mar a We (J); Golf Association tourna i ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A I
, Rees (Wj 3. Corbin (XC); 4, Fissell ment. I
220-yard dash 1. J. Thomas (LB);
Lake Butler ace scored double with 220 triumph 2. Key ChI 3. Sandlln (NM); 4, Pruitt I MIAMI-A 50-year-old Miami FLORIDA Swimming Pool[ I
(NM); 5. Lord (XC:23.S.a
(Sun photos by Tommy Lewis). Low hurdles 1. Lord (XC); 2 D. man, Vincent Palmisano, bet $2
Allen (B); 3. C. Thomas (LB); 4. Rogers -
(NM); 5. Corbin (Ch). 22.7 on four numbers he found on the
'_ Discus throw 1. Davis (NM; 2. F. floor of by Rivers Construction
a and Co.
I Indoor Swim ( Allen (B3., D. Allen (B); 4, Corbin collected
(XC); S. Famed (Ch). 122 feet $63,721 in the twin double,at
Shot put l. Davis (NM); 2. F. AllenB
( ); 3. D. Allen (B); 4. Farnell (Ch); Gulfstream park. He took his A QUALITY POOL Backed by a
s 5, Harris (B). 45 feet TVi Inches (record)
Sprint medley relay 1. Jasper winnings home in cash. FULL 5 YEAR 'WARRANTY
Meet Starts (Smith Peterson Jones. Marable 2, -
North Marion; 3. Cross City 4, Branford -
; 5, Lake Butler. 213.0 MIAMIJockey Eddie Tru
Mile run 1. Rees (W); 2. Asbel! 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40 ,
i PITTSBURGH AP) -Divers Olympic team tryouts In! New (Ch); 3, Barn (B); 4. Burnett (J); 5, man was hospitalized after his Priced
Morgan (Jn). 5:00.5 mount, Fog Bank dead at $3,000 to $3.500
f and discacen swimmers pooled York in late summer. 880-yard( relay -' 1, Jasper (Smith in NO MONEY DOWN-5 !
Chiefland's James Asbell is runnerup. Jones. Hembree. Peterson); 2. Chief the stretch of the second raceat YR. FINANCING
their talents at the
I today openIng Back to defend its team title land; 3. Lake Butter 4. North Marion; Gulfstream Busy Wac under
5. Branford. 1.400 ,
of the Olympic-flavored Senior is the powerful Santa Clara Mile relay 1. Branford (Hagln Fis William Morrisey, also went.I WITH EACH POOL YOU CET
l National AAU women's in- Calif. Swim Club which Frank Palka Ozie Toole sell. D. Allen Kelly); 2. Jasper 3. ,
in- down and Filter System Skimmer
door and Williston; 4. Jennings S. Lake Butler; Ramblin Wreck Pool Brush Diving Board
swimming diving
cludes six individual championson 3.530 threw jockey Walter Blum Pool ;
, championships at the University High lump 1. Clyatt (LB); 2. BrownIng Light Test Kit Step Vacuum Cleaner
its 15-member squad. Santa (TM 3. Dodd (XC); 4, Davis (J); Neither Blum nor Morrisey was t
of Pittsburgh. Clara also won both team relays Pace Night Old With 571sFrank 5, Head (W). 5 feet f Inches harks Leaf Net
Broad lump 1. Pruitt (NM); 2. Lord I
The diving event was the one- l in 1963.Heading (XC); 3,mith Thomas feet Sl4) 4, CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION
tBb 5. (J) II
' meter, with Patsy Willard of the the Santa Clara teamis Palka, WilliamsThomas [Minor, Morley's, 27.10; Myrtice WINTER PARK-Denise Wall RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO. I

Dick Smith Gym of Phoenix, 16-year-old Donna Devarona ; and Ozie Toole, AFROTC, shad ay, Rutherfords, 5-10; Magi 'Stetson's female tennis player,

\i Ariz., defending champion a member of the 1960 Olympic, 57Js last night to lead the Roberts, Ginny's Hairstylist, Rebels Host won her team's only singles 1909 EAST 5th STREET 1'

among those entered. Finals will team and the world Night Owl League at Palm match as Rollins won 72. Play DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA,
record hold- 3-6; and Gerry Guenther Coca-
be held tonightAlso er in the 400-meter individual Lanes. Palka rolled 189-193-189 Starke NineALACHUAHIGH ing the No. 3 spot, she whipped 1 622- M8 FLA. I
Cola 57.Baseball
and Toole had 169180222. Mer- Tom Doolittle 3-6, 7-5, 62.
medley. She will be I
. on tonight's card is the defending ril Parker Williams-Thomas '
t 1,650-yard freestyle which Is be- her national titles in the 200-
had 560. Joe Edwards
a Vislay
yard and 400-yard individual I CLIP AND SAVE
ing held as part of the indoor rolled 226
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.' this year. The winner will be determined Another high game. I DrillsNine action tomorrow in a game
top hopeful for the SPECILL I $995
, by comparative times Olympics, Sharon Finneran, will Pittsburgh Plate Glass came with Starke at 4 p.m. SMELL .
of heats. be up with 98MMO-1003-3024 with I members of last year'sstate

,, About 250 of the nation's top this swimming meet. Miss for Finneran, Santa Clarain the the 1040 high game. Bob Brown, champions in the Central The Rebels lost a previous d (OFFER GOOD ONLY WITH THIS AD)

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{ field ever entered-will compete was a member,of the Los made the 4-10 split. League were on hand for the and will be out to balance thee

t in the four-day meet. Angeles Athletic Club team last 553 Series first practice session of th scoresheet for the season. FEATURING: //Bumper to

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I girls have an added incentive Liz Elleman of First Federal prepared: to defend its champ Emmett Akridge or Mike Shell Lubrication Bumper

t this year-the Olympics.The year.Bill toppled 553 on games of 202-193- ionship. Waters will pitch for S tar k e Oil' Filter

first six finishers in each Harris 158 to lead the University City with Greg Blount the likely inspection"e
t evnet will qualify for hte U.S.IN Women's League. Val Redem- Ronnie Ray led the list of hurler for Santa Fe. Radiator Anti-Rust Added

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE sky, Gold Coast Restaurant, returnees which included Bill Brake Adjustment

FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL IN AND FOR CIRCUIT ALACHUA OF Top'Seeded had 526; Gwen Dulaney, Gold McLeod, Chris Guilarte, Jimmy -

I t COUNTY ROSALIE MEHAFFEY.FLORIDA. IN, CHANCERY Coast, had 517; Joyce Ward, Manning, John McGilvray, Outfield-third baseman Jim. BILL Y/S SHELL SERVICE 5UEI

i .Plaintiff Brown's Texaco Service, 516; Phil Haveard, Chuck Sap, Hickman
of the
Mets batted
i "HENRY" J. WALKER and wife. In Net MeetBill Mary Culbreath, Coca-Cola, 515; Steve Tinney, and Steve John ly .229 last season but he hit on-17 ( BILLY GOUGE, Manager)

EMMA J. WALKER and G. W. BASS Bette Sprow, Coca-Cola 513; Phone 372-7660 318 NW 13th -
f and wife. CORA U BASS. son. home runs as a sophomore.
I 'o rn E"O Harris of West Palm Pat Dees Gold Coast, 507; ----- -

t IN THE NAME OF THE DEFEND STATE OF Beach Forest Hill and Wendy Betty Forest, 506 with a 214! -

TO FLORIDA: Henry: J. Walker and wife Overton of Daytona Beach high game; and Elma New-' ) . ..
I Emma J. Walker Seabreeze drew man, First Federal, 500. ,
No. 1 .' '
seedings ,
2401 Maplewood Avenue .- -, '' '. WHO ; : '-.d.t -' .
1 YOU Toledo ARE 6. Ohio HEREBY NOTIFIED that for boys and girls divisions in Rutherfords had 998-1004-941- ) W--1'! .! "U \ tlIii. l"\;\\ '.t! \..',"'-" !'

a suit -tn equity has been brought the state high school tennis 2943 while Old Milwaukee rolled 0' "- : : 0 ,';: :
10.lftat.\'eU and -6 w..nMCI: wife : .
CORA L. BASs... In the Circuit Court. meet which got under way today a 1022 high game. : (HE HECK "... > V
Eight!) Judicial Circuit. In and for I at the University of Flori ,
Alachua County Florida. and you are r
hereby summoned ordered and requlr.ed j da courts. Splits were made by Marge .. '_
"' -
to file your written Answer or defenses -.a :
to the Complaint flied herein The \ '. ARE
against you In the above entitled cause. tourney will continue
In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit j through Sam Huff
Saturday with all
Court In and for Alachua County. finals \
Florida, at Ms Office In the CourtHouse j being played that day. i\:

fore the In 30th of Florida April. MM on,or and be- Behind Harris in boys rank- May Quit ; : 0 ,
to serve a copy of such Answer or defenses J '
upon BATES JONES. Plaintiffs ings are Armistead Neely, Tampa -

Is Miller attorneys Building.'herein P.,_ whose a Box address 394. ); Plant; Gordon Gilbart, St. Grid GameNEW :. : THE DODGE BOYS ?

Gainesville, Florida on or before said ]Petersburg; and Richard
date as required by the laws of Florida ,
and the ItM Florida Rules' of Civ ]Monan, Coral Gables.
II procedure.If YORK (AP-Sam Huffis

Pro Confesso you fall will to be do entered so. a against Decree Trailing Miss Overton are : debating whether to play foot- (YOU ASK)

you for .the relief demanded bi the Jane Hancock, Fort Lauder- 'ball with the Washington Redskins
Complaint.You HANDSOME
are further notified that the nature dale Stranahan; Barbara Cook : or make the textile busi- WE ARE s

a Mortgage of said executed suit Is for by a you foreclosure and, recorded of (Coral Gables; and Doreen Kou- :ness a full-time career. ( HONESTY STING:

page 505-507 In Official, of the Records Public Records Book of 3. I tras, Miami Norland. The 29-year-old linebacker, THE DODGE BAYS TRUE BLUE

Alachua County. Florida upon the following Gainesville High School's traded to the Redskins by the .
described property situate lying I ) ;=:z:
and being In Alachua County Florida 1 boys: and girls teams are competing :New York Giants last week, has .

to-wltt Lot Eight (I) of Bishop's Replat of |I In the meet this year. :had one meeting with Bill Mc- KIND !
the Block Original One (I)Survey of Range of Gainesville Seven (7) as of I boys honors last year, Is a favorite Peak, the general manager- WERE BRAVE ? 2i

per plat thereof recorded In Plat Book this time. Seabreeze, -de-(coach of Washington.
"A", page 127 of the public records of .
Aleehua County. Florida. I rated strongest in that competition "We had a long talk about r' ye s ,

ALSO uL: at N. .....__... __u _,: I again. _', 'football matters but money was :Nk'r7
.ild"'t.o Eii'hf ii'i"iisho'; Replat not discussed," said Huff. "He L J
of Block One (1) Range Seven (7) of 1 1LJ
the Original Survey of Gainesville as Dog Track told me why he wanted me. I ,
the point of beginning from said
point of beginning run North Nine told him my problems. I'll probably
(f) feet to a point thence run East U
get with
Season together him
Forty three (43) feet to a point Opens
thence run South Nine (9) feet to a again next week.1*
point at the Northeast comer of said Wflllh11llILi! V
Lot Eight (S). thence run West For. JACKSONVILLE The Huff said he must make "the
ty-mree (a) feet to the.point. of. be- "
The name spring dog racing season opens !biggest decision of my life. '.

suit has\ been of the Instituted Court In Is which Circuit this Saturday night at the Orange The former West Virginia University

Court. .Eight Judicial Circuit. Aiachva Park Kennel Club on,U.S. Highway star works for a textile r.'...
County. Florida and the "
ed title of this case Is Rosalie MeHaf. 17 south of Jacksonville'sNaval j firm on a part-time basis duringthe

fey. Plaintiff, -vsHenry J. Walker and Air Station.It I football season and
wife." Emme J. Walker and G. W regular
Bass ants. and wife" Cora L. Bass Defend- will run nightly, except 1 ly during the off season. -u

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Sunday, through June 6. "I received several letters

this ed once Order(1)and a week Notice for shall four be(4)publish-consecutive Highlighting the initial card :and phone calls since the deal,"

weeks In THE GAINESVILLE will be the traditional
DAILY SUN a newspaper published Inaugural :said Huff. "People come up to

In Gainesville. Florida, and having Ior.1 Handicap, the 10th race, ]me on the street and tell meow
circulation In Alachua County. in which eight of the Grade -
Florida. 1 sorry they are to see me
WITNESS my hand 'as Clerk of the "A" performers will battle for
said Circuit Court of Alachua County. I g o. It makes you feel good. I .
Florida and the seal of the said Court the rewarding purse.
I have toward
no anomosity the
at Gainesville. Alachua County. Fierioa Frank Jones racing JUST THE SELLIN'EST DEALIN'EST
on the 23rd day of March. A. D. secretary I Giants. That is the type of business ,
has also arranged threemarathons. ,
It"J.. B. CARMICHAELClerk 1 football is. It hurts when it
comes. You
,,Alachua County. Florida The famed Hare and Hound never really expectit

H. G. BY BATES.Deputy: EMILY Clerk WATERHOUSE Club will again be in operation I to happen to you." L (THAT'S wxoa!)

of Bates & Jones for its members and their :IN THe CIRCUIT COURT r>F FLOR:
Attorneys at Law friends. IDA. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
II w. University Avenue AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN

Gainesville.P a Box 396 Florida Track officials are looking fora :CHANCERY.MATAILEEN. LARKIN RAMSDELL THE THE THE THE I

(314): 3:261 4: J. .. U record-breaking meeting.I I RIDGE.

To All Creditors and Persons Having To All Creditors and Persons Having To DAVID WILLIAM RIDGE Whose I
Claims or Demands Against Said Es- Claims or Demands Against Said Es ;residence and address ls 1323 Chef Mon TO OUT-DEAL
tate: tate: tear New Orleans Louisiana. I
You and each of you are hereby not You and each of you are hereby sat You are hereby notified that a Complaint TRELOWPRICE3 IN TOWNthey're ANYBODY
ified and required to present any fled and required to present any claims I for divorce has been filed
claims and demands which YOU. or either and demands which you or either of i aoalnst you by MATAILEEN LARKIN (like crazy) (guess who) ( all heart) (this drives competition nuts)
of you may have against the es. YOU. may have against the estate of I RAMSDELL RIDGE and you arerequired
tat of.; RICHARD LEE EDWARDS, deceased LAVENIA LONG BELL deceased late I to serve ceoy of your Answer
late of said County to the of said County. to the County Judge of or pleading te the ComDlalnt CII'I'
County.Judge of Alachua County. Florida Alachua County FloridA. at his office 11 Plaintiff, Attorrev. A. 2. AdUn. Jr.
j i iseejfour
at Jiis office In the court house of bi the court house of said County at 111 Southwest Third Street Gatnesvflle. 9 jg j 99g
said County at Gainesville. Florida, with,, Gainesville Florida within eight calendar Florida. ei d file the nrigtnat( Answer
In six calendar months from the time months from the time of the first or pleading In the office of the
of the first publication of this notice publication of this .. Each claim I :Clerk of the Circuit Court-on or before
Each eJelm ar demand shall be In or demand shall beno In writing, and t the lint day of May 1W. If you fan to
writings and shall state the place of shall state the place of residence and do so. lodgment by default wilt be taken local DODGE BOY!> POOLE-GABLE MOTORS INC.
residence and post office address Say anitn office address of the and against you for- the relief demanded
the claimant end shall be sworn to be sworn to by the aunt( agent In' the Cemftlalnt ,
the claimant his agent or- attorney, attorney and any such claim DONE AND ORDERED In Gainesville
and any such claim or demand not so demand no so filed shall be void.e or Alachua County. Florida this 13th HCS GOT THE CAR YOU WANT! THE PRICE. YOU WA.'ffiTHE KIND OF DEAL YOU WANT!
filed shall be void. Each claim to be JULIA LEATRICE .day of April. "64. 119 S.E. 1 at Avenue .. ,
presented bi duplicate and J. B. CARMICHAEL
ac:cetlhD+th McKINNEY HARPERAs '
led by filing fee of SIX Executrix ef the Last Will Clerk of the Circuit Court __. : GAINESVILLE FLORIDA _... .:- .
XILLIAN GARRITY and Testament of Alachua County Florida -- ,_,_ -
-EDWARDS deceased By Emily WatertwuM *
First avWkatlon March 14. 16Lknggr.nd BARTONeeL BURWEU. Deputy pat f'--
CarmlhaeU Attorneys for Executrix A. 2. ADKINS JR. ONE :
OF :
Attorneys for the Administrator 212 Southeast First Street Attorney for Plaintiff L" ( THE DODGE BOYS) .:
3 S. er: First Avenue Ynont PR5242 Gainesville. Florida lit Southwest Third Street .
Gainesville. Florida. First publication April 14 MM IN>svU'". Florida ,. ; ...., :; -
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Thursday, April 16, 1964 Gainesville Sun ..' !.

I ROUGHNESS: Jack Nicklaus- on GOLF, -.- '-:

( S 'r11NG UP8ACKSWING Hawks, Warriors Primed :_ ,

I EXPECTED I SAN FRANCISCO (AP-Gun- night for a Western Hockey As- lenses, the visitors will have but the winner goes into the final

OU'Ll FIND A ti's ning for the Western playoff sociation playoff game againstLos two or even three barrassing playoff where the purses

BOSTON (AP) -"Sorry you.from the long lay-off as they INCUNIN&. ,OR 54r"NN GUGH-f S championship of the National Angeles.As Wilt will be $25,000 and $17,000. The

1 broke.your leg, baby." await the 'outcome, were commenting oftwg. ; "J..f1"PROMO KNee A1'' I 'fADDRE55 Basketball Association and the the Hawks and Warriorsgo At stake in the cash department loser tonight goes home. .

That macabre bit of humor on the HawksWarriorsseries FREEIR eA6/eR/ BODY E7 A basket of cash going with it, the into their deciding game be- tonight is a purse of Through six playoff games,

from Tom Sanders of the Boston after a long workout -TURN. SL Louis Hawks battle the San fore an anticipated crowd of I$12,500 for the winning team Chamberlain leads the scoring

Celtics may sum up the Wednesday."That AND WeIGH1'REMAINS GH/J ON/ ==1"G'fiE eA5U..Y. Francisco Warriors tonight at 10,000, Wilt Chamberlain must I against $10,000 for the loser. with 215 points and has grabbed

I roughness expected in tonight's figures to be a tough M6IP6 01U& RIGHT the Cow Palace in the deciderof I be the big man no matter how That difference isn't so great 143 rebounds.
final Western Division seventh fOG-C -fO LOCK TWg RIGHT their seven-game series. you look at his 7-foot-l-inch .
National game, said Sanders. KNEE AND PREVENT .
I Basketball Association cham- "You know, go up for a lay-up lA-reR L. HIP MO't'ION J t Waiting in the wings to see height

pionship game between St. Louis .and three guys tackle you and of= Ii1WAY. 1 who'll break the 3-3 tie are the i For if the Hawks can check, WE CAN'T'AFFORD
Boston Celtics the defendingNBA .his shooting, they'll
probablywin i
and the Warriors at San Fran- say, 'Sorry, baby, this is the last
cisco. champs who won the East- since the other Warriors!' TV COMMERCIALS
of the
game season. Sorry you ipltt era playoffs from the Cincinnati haven't been consistent with
The Celtics broke your leg, baby.' (AREN'T YOU GLAD)
I growing edgy
Royals a week ago. outside shooting. In setting de- We don't have that kind of money but what we do haveis
I The playoff championship series The Celtics reportedly are in- fast, prompt courteous service we can't afford poor
opens at Boston Garden censed over the long wail service either. See us for a loan from-
The nine-horse field for the
Saturday night, regardless of "Nonsense," says General
the Western Division outcome. Manager Bob Feerick of the 1963 Kentucky Derby, won by 1

That means that Boston, 'Varriors. "The rest gives them Chateaugay, was the smallest I 525 to 5600 '

which won its eighth straight t the advantage over either of us since 1957. That year Iron Liege I [I 1

Eastern Division playoff crown who must play tonight and then beat Gallant Man in a ninehorsefield.

be in Boston to the finalson .
by ousting Cincinnati last Thursday open And It's ConfidentialMarion i
night, will have been idle Saturday night. And the Celt- I I I -

for nine days when the "money ics know it." i

series" opens here. you NEED GIMPLY Was Tuesday !I r 1 Finance (0.
"It'll be like -TOfUKH YOUR I
getting in shapeall Eopyro &e RIGHT P Originally the final Western i

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,16 Gainesville Sun Thursday, April 16, 1964 I
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Fresh Water Fishing Good--Speck Make Comer back : I

.- .- 4 Game and Fresh Water Fish the U.S., which promote about serves to be kicketh by the
discourse of Dennison 10%; Speck division was pounds. t
j love -
any -
Commission in Panama City, 400 fly and bait casting tour-
the bream are
Bruce Crow- Johnny says foot.British
and fish and fishing. : no entry,
rivers' and probably bedding now L Lake City, Ocala, Lakeland, naments each year. Many in- Columbia Wildlife
Izaak der1 pound, no entry;
(Compleat ,
Beach and Talla- dustrial organizations have
West Palm Review.
Bream division: Bruce Le- best bet is the northwest side. '
Walton ORANGE LAKE 71 > hassee. Applications and inter- mpany and league
S : GENERAL land 12 ounces; Bruce Le- } ( fees filed with matches. Set the hook hard, keep a I
camping are
:;Fresh water fishing of all land14 ounces; and n') entry. Paradise Cove Fishing' Camp -I l \ 1: tight line, and REMEMBER
: 'p" the office of the Youth Con-
kinds showed gains during the Sid Menge and Jeff Howard Speck fishing good; bass w ineia Uninitiated anglers may at TAKE A BOY FISHING!
past week. Speck fishing has took 9 bass (up to 7% pounds) fishing good to excellent; tp servation Camp, 2520 first consider "Skish" a form
made a comeback during the in Santa Fe Lake Sunday. Sid bream (including shellcrack- Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala, of dry-land fishing, explains
past week. .Bass fishing has took his fish on a No. Itt Hawaiian er) fishing good. Best bet for ; ;kuM Stokc5'b Florida. Clare Bryan, chairman of the -- ---

improved somewhat over that ; whereas Jeff took his specks is drifting in open According to Denver Ste. National Skish Board who authored -

of a week ago. Bream fishing on a No. 2 Hawaiin Wiggler.: water. Best bait for bass is i :> t Claire, camp director, the the "Skish" section of

continues to improve.The LAKEWAUBERG light-colored top water plugs. I weekly schedule for the 1964 The New Fisherman's Encyclopedia

'63-64 hunting season UF's Camp Wauberg SANTA FE LAKE kuJ.. ...,...""" ",.. ...... ?- '- --1.--.l 'V..1 m ".n," Youth nservation Camp (Stackpole Books),
has ended. With the close of Bass fishing good to excel- Shipman's Fish Camp will include an improved pro- "but this idea vanishes when
the Spring Turkey Season last lent; bream fishing fair to Speck bass and bream (including 5 ouncer (N e wnans Lake, its annual Spring outing, gram on fish and fishing, the competitive aspect of the
Sunday the '63season is good. Speck fishing is an unknown shellcracker) fishing 4-15)); and Roy McMichen's 9 Skills Day. The place is the archery, firearms safety game becomes apparent."

oyer. Nimrods must wait until quantity; no one has is good. Dock fishing is pounder (caught 4-13)). Police Pistol Range at Boul- and hunting, a study pro- You'll learn more, too.

the fall before resuming this been fishing for them. Bass real good for bream (including Robert and Joe Hill ware Springs. There will be gram on conservation and A Fisherman's Last Reward

pursuit of Florida's wild fishing during the past week Shellcrackers). brought in a fine string of free instruction by "experts"on wildlife, as well as camping The fish were really hitting,
g me. was the best in the lake for ST. JOHN'S RIVER 9 bass caught Saturday morninginNewnansLakeon rifle and pistol shooting; boating and other out- and the old man caught his
: AREA FISHING '64. Six limits of bass were (Lake George top archery; and spin, bait, and door sports and recreation. share. He caught all he wanted TO A GOOD TIME IN A

: FRESHVATER taken; the largest bass went and Lake Dexter) water Paw Paws; the largest fly casting. Instruction is slat- Camping fees are $30.00 and then sat down to rest. OSTONWHALER"

._. CHRISTMAS LAKE 7% pounds. Best baits are Speck, bass, and bream went 5%. (They were fishingout ed to begin at 10:00 A. M. for the one week session and There on the pier, with a

: (Newberry area) Snagless Sally with pork rind fishing good. Nice strings of of McGilvray's Fish Following the instruction $60.00 for the two week ses warm sun and a fresh breeze,
-Speck and bass fishing and Johnson Spoons with pork all three kinds are coming in Camp.) period will be competition for sions. he went to sleep. And died.

good. Best bass plug has been rind. Bream fishing has been .and the size is good too. James West's 10% pounder cash prizes in all categories. Instructors Needed Afterward, the pier operator The Fast going's lively.always yet secure good In in Whaler.rough

the Johnny Rattler. good in the bonnets.LOCHLOOSA. Two 10 pound bass were emerges as the contest leader Competition begins at 1:00 Word comes from DenverSte observed "Not a single per- "water tak. it"this in boat rapids has open proven seas it can-
CROSS CREEK LAKE brought in during the past for the month of April. P.M. The day will be toppedoff Claire (2520 East Silver son on the pier seemed upset even tidal waterfalls and provenits
--Cross Creek Fishing Camp Carl's Fishing Camp wee WATERMELON POND with a chicken barbeque Springs Blvd., Ocala) that in- about the old man's death. ing amazing or just ability racing for And ski.

Speck fishing good; shell- Speck, bass, and shellcracker THE TACKLE BOX REPORT Bass fishing good. Best dinner at 5:00 P.M.COMMISSION structors are needed for the They all felt that he died hap- there's enough for the whole

cracker fishing good to excellent fishing good. Best bet for Bass photographed duringthe baits the red worm and black NEWS Youth Conservation Camp (as py. He had caught his share." The Boston Whaler Is made entirely
Good catches of specks is open water. Best past week were Bill eels.GULF Boys and girls from all sections mentioned above). Instructorsare Possibly that's why doctors of layer fiberglas of foam and between plastic two fiberglas foam.' A

specks are being taken trolling bet for bass is the pass; the Wright's 8-pound, 5- OF MEXICO of Florida will attend needed in three areas: often recommend fishing as a sheHs and flotation provides unequalled(no afterthought strength ,
in deep water in Orange Dalton Special has been a ouncer (also had a 7-pound, CEDAR KEY the 13th annual camping session fishing, riflery, and water cure for many modern-day chambers.) There's no other out. .
board like it for safe, all f
Lake. very good plug. Shellcrackers 12 ouncer)' (on an underwater Joyner's Motel at the Youth Conservation front leadership. The jobs are ailments. If the excitement of watersport boating. all-family

Bass fishing has been slow; are being taken off the bank. .Devils Horse, in New- Speckled trout, drum, Camp in the Ocala National of 10 weeks duration (June 7 catching one's share provesto W .l.ERJ J

however a 9V4! pounder was NEWNAN'S LAKE nans Lake on 4-8)); Buddy sheepshead, and mullet fish Forest, beginning June thru August 17)) with 1 weekof be too much for an over-
taken in Orange Lake Sunday. McGilvray's Fish Camp Smith's 6-pound, 6 ouncer ing good. 14, according to A. D. Al- in-service! training and 9 worked heart-well, that's a
Shellcrackers are being taken Speck and bass fishing goodto (top water Paw Paw, New- CRYSTAL RIVER drich, director, Game and weeks of work. The pay is pretty nice way to go. GATORMARINE

in numbers on worms fishing excellent; bream fishing nans, 4-9)); Bill Ryan's 8V& Knox's Bait House Fresh Water Fish Commis good: $50 per week for both (from Wildlife In North Carolina

the beds in Big Lochloosa fair.Limits pounder (Shimmy Wiggler, King fishing excellent; sion.Applications fishing and riflery and $65 for ).
Lake., of specks are being Newnans Lake); Orville Pric- grouper fishing excelle n t; are now being waterfront leadership. Plus, I Disagree. Don't You?
J.M.FIELDS'REPORT taken. best bet is driftingin kett's 9* pounder (Rebel, King fish up to 22 pounds accepted for the following room and board is free. Qualifications Fishing is a stick and a
Weekly prize winners over the channeL Goodly numbers Newnans Lake, 4-11); James have come in during the past camping sessions: One week for positions are 21 piece of string with a fish at
the past three weeks in Fields' of. bass are being taken West's 10% pounder (Creek week. Kings are being taken session for boys aged .10 years of age or older and one end and a fool at the
Fishing Contest are Bass .best bet is north end and Chub lure, Star Lake, 4-14)); trolling ysing yellow feathers through 13, June 14-20; two teaching competence in the other. Sales Service

Division: G. M. Stokes 10%, east side. Largest bass coming Weston McDonald's -pound, with mullet strips. week session for boys aged areas of instruction. Qualified -samuel Johnson,.
G. M. Stokes -1%, and James in during the past week Groupers up to 25 pounds 10 through 14, June 21-July persons should contact Den AMENHe 221 E. University Avt.

I have been common. Yellow 4; two week session for boys ver Ste. Claire as soon as that thinketh by the inch

-- Starke Seeks feathers and mullet stripsis aged 12 through 16; July 5- possible. but talketh by the yard de- FR 2-3333
r=. : also the best bait for 18; two week session for boys How to Waterproof Matches I,.

groupers. Best area for aged 13 through 16, July 19- A handy hint for campers !.I ,

.i.. Track Win Kings.and groupers is 11.7 August 1; one week sessionfor heading for wet country is ; CROSS CREEK CAMP

:j miles from Crystal River girls aged 10 through 12, given by W. K. Merrill, authorof

PALATKA The Florida light on a 260 degree true August 2-8; one week sessionfor All About Camping, (Stack- Black Bass Speckled Perch Brem

Star Conference track meet course.NEITHER girls aged 13 through 16, pole Books). To waterproof 60,000 Acres of Florida's Best Fishing Water
will be held at Palatka High HERE. August 9-15. Girls may attend matches, dip the heads into

4i School tomorrow with Starkea NOR THERE for both weeks. melted wax or fingernail pol Gas and OilRestaurant O Modern Trailer Park

heavy favorite to win. ACSA Skills'Day SaturdayA Applications and information ish. Dampness won't get to O Free Picnic Area ...
4 reminder, this SaturdayThe regarding the Youth them, and the coating scrapesoff ;
The host Braves are defending Alachua County Sports- Conservation Camp may be as you strike the matches. e Motors O Camping Facilities
'A champions due to the fact men's Association will hold obtained from offices of. the GAC Scores Guides Launching Ramp

the Tornadoes did not compete Three Gainesville Archery Tackle 0 Good Cabins

last year. A mixup in :; Club members placed at the Bait O Good Boots

____ dates had Starke competing in State Archery Target Championship O Ice
'l a meet at Jacksonville Ribaultthe Tournament. Bonnie
same day the Florida Star \ Raedisch took third place in Call 481-2437 Write Box 311, Hawthorne, Fla,.

I' ,' Conference event was taking r.1 1 Women's Class "B". Paul Enjoy Our Famous Food, Fresh From The Lake
.. 4, .* L 3 took third in
__ %.s. '-' place. Herndon place State Road 325 at Cross Creek
__ '' -_______ J Men's Class "B". And Robert Mac & Nell
-l 4,' _ St. Augustine, Live Oak, Lake Waites took 2nd place in Men's McCoy Operators

J, .. City, Palatka and Starke will 1 Class "C". The tournament

Th be the competing teams. I r. was held April 4 and 5 at -

Field events will start at .I I Boynton Beach. L5 Uo Booting
1 Schlitz Fishing Derby
-, -- 3:30 p.m. and the runningevents 11-Ff. Fishing Beat .
| The Schlitz Fishing Derby New. With live $8995r.
at 4 p.m. |! is set to open May 1 in our well .... ..... 4, HPMOTOR .
Grouper King I is in 10-FC Aluminum _
region. The Derby now 999s
Cir-Top BeAt ...... -
CrowHunting I its fourth year: it is open tot
C. A. Black of Gainesville (L) displays a 16-pound, IJ-Ff. Aluminum $17995
u .,; : the general public throughout Canoe .................. New.)
while for
4-ounce grouper he caught trolling King the state, with awards of RlG-lncluoes
14-ft. Run- '
fish out of Crystal River. Meanwhile, Ed Addis (R) (t w : $10,000, $1,000, $100, $50 and about Gator Trailer and S $9950
mi Merc. Mark .Ml Mo-$2 9 99 .
hauled in the year's first King. Addis, last year'sKnox' I: to of both fresh
1 $25, captors ler. COMPLETE .... .
_ _ _
Bait House tarpon champion, shows his 16- ht t % 1&: and salt water fish species. I .r 1hurlie
pound King. Challenge :* 1 / Tagged fish which are !

.. .. ........ lw ti caught are used in research ( I
ll@ M:;;@t tili i! l ::: :: :::::::t: 1'yDii Murray's j Y-\: !j; Berated by farmers, maligned -: .ii by the Board of ConservationI

:% \ ClC"o \\ 'n........ .... \\:of'V :. ::;;:'::::;% by bird-watchers, disparage i: L and the Florida Game and
.*;:::;;: .,. \ ..<< 01' ,:to.Uftt.... ::::::;;; ::::'" ......:;.;: ed by ornithologists and despised 1 1 Fresh Water Fish Commis-

Ji":;Wt.. ...:... 4' ...f......f@........t..!.. I by every fellow member of I sion. Valuable habits information, pattern on of
Solunar TablesBy ..::.:.:.:.:.:.::;:.:.:.;..*;...:.;..:::;.:.:-::.:.;.:i the bird kingdom, Corvus bra- life history,
r\ chyrhynchos-the common crow I growth in weight and length,

: 'u' -might be described as a creature I etc. are gained from these 516. W. University AveTi FR
: .1 I fish. --- -- T" 651Jt?,
; recaptured -
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JOHN ALDEN KNIGHT Minor Periods. shown In regular type I He might be, that is, exceptfor ., C : !2 When fishermen tell about FAMILY
The schedule of Solunar! Periods, IS are of somewhat shorter duration. a| the newest sport for anglers,
the respect heaped upon
printed below. has been taken from Use Eastern Standard time. "
John Alden Knighrs SOLUNAR TABLES. him-almost in ,equal measure I| it sounds suspiciously like a
Plan days so that will be A.M. P.M. BOAT SHOW
your you of the
fishing In good territory or hunting Day Mlit. MaL Min. MalIn with chilled shot-by the nation's ti! sneeze. The name game
during these times. If Friday ...... ':40 3:30 10:20 4:0.! 2: "Skish."
good cover is
you wish to find the best sport that Saturday... 10:40 4M 11:20 SID!: sporting fraternity. ,0, ________________
each day has to offer. Sunday ...... 11:40 5:30 ':I!I: Praised to the skies on the 5 Popular as a recreation especially PRIZE WINNERSWe I
The Malor Periods are shown In Monday..... 12:20 ':25 12:35 7:0)) in congested areas,
boldface type. These begin *1 the Tuesday..... 1:15 7:15 1:25 7:5 lone hand and shot out of them Little
times. shown and last for an hour and Wednesday '.. 2:05 3:" 2:10 ill!: on the other by the American Big String, BoyThat's "Skish" is a game based on
a half or two hours thereafter.' The Thursday .... 2:50 <:4$ 2:" ':21 artificial flies and are proud to f
sportsman, the raucous rapscallion casting announce the winners of 20 local prizes
whose reputation is as a lot of fish for little, three-year-old Ken- plugs at targets about the size given away ot our Boot Show recently. In addition to win- i

: COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR black as his plumage pro- neth Lee to hold. Kenneth didn't catch the string, of a bicycle tire. fling these prizes the winners will still hove a chance to f.
: TMM fee Each Day, Telia When Fuh Bite ." vides year-round wingshooting but he plans to equal it in the near future. You can There are already over 100 win the ever-popular 9'/ Johnson Fjnermor Outboard '.
sport of a quality rarely experienced find him trying most any time. organized "Skish" clubs in Motor. i
: FOR THE WEEK, APRIL 19 THRU APRIL 261SUN with non-game species. .

MON TUE WED THU FlU SAT SUN One of the cagiest of birds, THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL THERMOS CAMP STOVE Mr. Horry L Zinke", 1201
the crow has learned to exist Females N.W. 31th St.

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 side by side with his mortal ZEBCO REEL ZEBCO "3J" REEL Mrs. S. M. Dub, J,., 1610 s.r.
)4 )Ie Ie )= )Ie )Ie 2e: and feral enemies, not barely FAMOUSFOR 25th St. City
7:05 7:57 8:46 9:32 10:17 11:00 11:42 12:04 Get Mates ZEBCO "66" REEL
_PM PM PM PM PM PM PM AM surviving, mind you, but virtu Mr. Rolph Dewnfn,,
ally living on the fat of Rt. 4, Box 355C, City.
AS time Is eton hi Central Standard time. Add on* hour he the 12 PRICE PT. THERMOS BOTTLE Mr.
foiling Hill
the land while successfully Rt 3, Box
Eastern time zone; subtract on* hour for Body Mountain time; two 178
hus: for Pacific time. In localities using dtyifeht saving time add aH efforts to disposess HardWay City
om hour to time found above. Copyright 1964 I PINT THERMOS BOTTLE Mr. T. A. W.Ike., 1313

'. Blacker the Fish Better the Day for Flaking him.Blessed with a high degreeof : The recent dilemma of a certain No. 202 No. 404Regular N.W. 45 Ave. City '.{
intelligence, both native and: group of "bachvjpr gals" 297 Regular $397FOR BOAT UMBRELLA Mr. Sammy McUiigM.n, 3537 N.
W. 16th Ave.
I City r
acquired, Corvus seems almost in the "show me" state turned $5.95 $7.95
BOAT UMBRELLA Mr. V. B. Bostwick *
1708 N.E.
Baivling Standings to revel in the daily contest -, up a happy solution guaranteed I 15th TerraceS
aimed at his extermina. to warm the hearts of females
TRIPLE TUMBLERS RESULTS tion.What 4517 S.E. 1st Place
W L Withdrawals X Bad Pennies 1, Deposits has taken man many several according "Check With Charlie"
Bank of Newberry 71V* 4m 3. Millionaires 1; Lucky Pennies of and years Fisherman DELIARS Won By Following
: study experimentation :
3. Forgers 1j Debits X Dividends 1; SIlver years to the Missouri Game
Ace Electric 75 45 Depart-
Dollars 3, Cashiers I, Bowllnj I to learn about ballis 'j THE TACKLE BOXIn Mr. G. L Peppel, 1917 N.E. 6th Terrace City
Walsh's Barbershop 41 St ment, a group of lien turkeys in' Mn.
Bills 2. Returns 2. Peggy L. Rain 1423 N.W. 7th St.
Chandlers the know City
MV4 'm INDUSTRIAL tics, crow seems to '!
S. E. Sapp Real Estate it 62 W L Santa Rosa-Caprock area of the Mr. Elmer G. Powell 3101 N.W. 4th Terrace Cry
5&SCI.aners S3o4Cotton's '" McKtmey-Green Insurance 3S II instinctively. His estimate, almost -state had been existing without! The Heart of East Gainesville Phone FR 2-1791 Mr. J. P. Thompson, Jr., 3305 Hawthorne RJ. City
Butlers. Radiator Mln-A-Mart servo 42 SJV 7 Mtt$ GVllie Blrdsey$ Shopping Feed Mills Center 33V 32* 22 24I to micrometer exactitude, any known males. I M,. ThaJ Wilee, Jr. Rt. 1, Box 74, Micanopy, Fto.Mr. .
RESULTS Pepper Printing Co. 31 25 of the effective range of the Clifford. R. Gann 1179 S.E. 21 Ave. Cry
Cotton Mln-A-M 4.. Butlers 0; Ace G-vWe Sun 31 25 full gamut of shotguns is proof Though the Game Departmentdid i Mrs. Martha S. 409
Electric 3. S a. S Cleaners It Bank of Plggt Park Restaurant 30V ISM r not indicate it had been! SPECIAL This Week Only! Brasington S.W. 21st. Ave
Newberry X Chandler li Walsh's Bartershop Servkemaster 30 2* positive. City
3. S. E. Saop 1. Allstate Insurance 27 29 he besieged with complaints, it was M,. .. L. Gams 416 N.C. 2nJ Ava City
Though occasionally errs
W L BIG Motors 22 :34 in judging the reach of a center moved to resolve the inequity!I Mr. Stanley Sweet Orange Lake, Fla.
Mary Lee's Beauty Salon 73Vt 4&Vi Paul's Auto Salvage 1* 37 by the very same method em-'J Mr. Glenn M. Stokes 713 N.W. 10th Avt. tty! .
Team Four n4SYJ Wondertwna Restaurant If 37 fire rifle, probably mistaking
KnotTS Bar 70V 4fV RESULTS 'ployed so successfully by fe-i Mr. Nelson E. Link 272-19 Schucht Village
Btfl Lyons Sunoco Gas M 54 Plggta Park 2V*, Grille Shop. Cent. it for a scattergun his overall' Mr. Dwain Gull 3629 N.W. 11th Ave.
males of all down 50 City
L"of Georgia Insurance 55 45Schenck's IV*, Fla. Pest X Servkemaster 1, Me: average at ballistics calculation, types throughtheages OR
Restaurant 41 v* T\Vi Klnney-Green X Q-vllle Sun li Allsteti. !
Pepin Dist. Co. 48V 71Y4 4. Paufs Auto tj Blrdsey 3, BIG 1,i is awesomely high. MORE
Cocnb Lumber Co. 4V 71Y4 I Pepper X Wonderhouse: 1.TWILIGHT. His powers of communication, Five turkey gobblers were!

-Life- of Georgia RESULTS Ins. 4. Knotts Bar 0,I W LMcCoy's too, are of high order, perhaps: promptly trapped transported I j In trade for any 3 H.P. to Use Your Central Charge At
45 47
BM Lyon's Sunoco Gas 3, Schendrt Santa Rosa and I
to released
Rest. li Team Four. Combs Lwmbei Miller's M 52 more limited than those ascribed 10 H.P. Motor in running
Cot It Pepm DiaL Co. X Mary Less Manaro's Unkfleld's 54 58 54 54 to the dolphin, but ample! the formerly Tom-less range. I

Beauty- Salon,LA.U NATIONAL BANK Martin's Forehand's 52 47 45 60 enough to establish danger, distress According to the Game Department 9.8 condition, on purchase of
.W L.Withdrawals RESULTS fighting and chow calls: turkeys are trapped i' 1964 9.8
71 42 Manaro's 4. Milter's 6; McCoy's 4 o Mercury
between members of his clan., and transplanted from time to HP
Deposits 76 V* 43M Forehand's 0; UnfcfleWs .. Martin's 1: L-J
Forgers 43<<* 51V4 time to supplements flocks in!I Motor.

SUver Bad Pennies DoUars el tiVt 5f 54V I Best single game completion a Penn State football players different areas, but this particular ] BCI I RD'SA&tt

Cashiers Returns .- M M 60 M record in Big Ten football las t voted Ohio State's Matt Snell trapping of gobblers was: MARINE :
Lucky Pennies sa *ZDividends fall was turned in by Did and Tom Bugel on their 1963 all- the first of its kind aimed sped-:; I031'S
51 51V 49 4SMDetotvs I Bader of Indiana. He coniplet. opponent team. Penn State won fically at providing males for a II FR 6-7629 I 601 S. MAIN ST. AMPLE FREE PARKING.w.

Bowling Bills$ -v%44 4) 71 74IQnorio cd 20 of 28 passes against Iowa. the game last fall 107. flock of hens. I _



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Thursday, April 15,. 1964 Gainesville Sun '

Tighter Court Curbs Worry Newsmen 1 '

WASHINGTON (AP-The na Journal, prepared the report for accused persons to a fair trial.I "If developing smaller television
tion's editors were told today today's opening session of The lawyers said they were convinced cameras is beyond our control Zeee .
there is "cause for great con- ASNE's three-day annual con- that "any reliance on
we can certainly try by
cern" in the rising clamor in vention. voluntary restraints by the television -
f Hiff f f ffi f i f mttS f ff f ff f fl fSU ff ffffff ft fM
legal circles for tighter curbs on industry are largely!our own example to teach the'
news reporting of the courts. The nearly 500 editors regis- doomed to failure." I electronic newsmen larger manners 1028 N. Main St., Gainesville Shopping Center
tered for the meeting were invited and understanding
a deeper
The Committee on Freedom of as guests at PresidentJohnson's The emphasis on television"is of the basic truth that free McCollum, 1124 W. University-Gresham, 12 W. Univ. Ave.
not to suggest that the ,
Information of the American
late afternoon news dom of information is not
Society of Newspaper Editors conference in the large State pers"of America are blameless 'unlimited license to trample an on i 13th Pharmacy, 1522, 13th St.-McCollum, 1324 E. Univ. Ave.
warned that the proposed re Department auditorium.The the editors' report went I individual rights."

strictions, "although aimed primarily freedom of information on.It NOW 1/2 PRICE!
at television," could said: 89c VALUE!
report attributed the restrictive Good CLEAN Cobs
damage all news coverage. I "Indeed, the necessity to re-
proposals by legal groups part- examine GAINESVILLEDIAMOND TUSSY G "RIVER QUEEN"DEODORANTS
The committee headed by ly to the "tragic and turbulent our own shortcomingsand
Creed C, Black, executive edi- events at Dallas"-the assas- rid our own house of irresponsibility I Mixed Nuts
tor of the Wilmington Del.) sination of President John F. becomes all the : n
Morning News and Evening Kennedy the televised murderof more urgent if we are to head CABAcrtn > CREAM --
Lee Harvey Oswald and the off measures whichalthoughaimed Roll-On C 14OZ.
hectic trial that convicted Jack primarily at television- from Grey&yniv s STJCK 50 d C
Holland Eyes Ruby as Oswald's murderer. i could affect us all and invite Station VACUUM 67
greater abuses in the administration -
"Of more lasting concern to
011372-3376 $1.00 PACK
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us is a broader-and relatively
Keys Project I
supposedly are designed to cor DAY or NIGHT
new-element in this perennial I
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. controversy which deserves no rect. t j REG. $1.07 REG. 39c
Spessard Holland, says he will less attention from us than it is.1
introduce a bill in Congress to getting from the bench and DeWITT'SKIDNEY -', MOTHNuggerts
authorize a Florida Keys water bar," Creed's committee said. j
definite MVSriJr&nG .;-r .s
project as soon as a
"That is the extent to which
plan is worked out.
television is matters
complicating. PILLS
The bill would authorize federal for all media.: '!
participation in the con- The committee noted that the +
struction of a project after unitsof New York County Lawyers' As'! ',) 40's66C ILB.29c
local government and federal sociation has declared that the : -
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Holland met recently with of- Vick's No. 44
ficials on the Interior Depart:
Commission, who have been j _
working with representatives of i FROM FORDat MIXTURE
Florida,, agencies. BUSHEL-SIZE WICKER

Among points to be agreed on,I Residential Commercial LAUNDRY BASKET $ oo
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desalting-power plant and joint! CALL SHAW & KEETER ..
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Gainesville Sun Thursday, April 16, 1964FARM !
Cures UF Nuclear'Sciencerllead 1 1
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&mmsuUkl1ajgimt{ Gilclirist County 1

:= Turf Domestic ProblemsBy Agent's CornerBy Gets AwardCHICAGO j

: : HERVEY SHARPE or two of grass. I and demand more fertilizer JIM YELVINGTON -Dr. George K.
= & GARDEN Agricultural Extension Service The "whirly-bird" type fertilizer than richer loamy earth. Agricultural Extension Service Davis animal nutritionist with 1
distributor is fine for the For faster greening .
Lawns at this time of the power University of. Florida'sAgricultural
unselfish gardener. Using. plant food that is high in or- Experiment Stations
year are like some ladies' hairdos pellet-type plant food, this ganic nitrogen. For slow, long- Directors of The Trenton Area ation "DARE" involves a com- and director of nuclear sciences j
they have a machine can toss the shot-like lasting plant food use a fertilizer Melon Growers Cooperative prehensive analysis of our was announced winner of
look. material .20 feet or more. Out. that contains some nitrogen Marketing Association will meet state's agriculture its prob- the 1964 Borden Award at a
iii Bradford CountyAgent's I But remember, it is safer, to in the middle of the lawn most from an organic source. The Tuesday, April 21, at 8 p. m. lems and its potential for future banquet here last night.
grumble about scarggly lawns gardeners are happy to see the total "grow power" of a fertilizer in the county agent's office in growth. Dr. York states The award, which is made
than the wife's hair. So, don't pellets fly far and wide, but as is listed on the bag as the Trenton to make plans for the that "This analysis will serveas each year by the American In-

Corner [. carry this simile too far or you they near their property line amount of N-P-K. So, read the coming marketing season. a basis for formulating a stitute of Nutrition, consists of
will have a tough problem in there is a tendency to slow downto label before you buy. Members and prospective program to develop Florida'sfull $1,000 and a gold medal.
the house rather than a turf keep from slinging plant food Today there Is a fertilizer for members of this association agricultural potential." During the presentation Dr.

=-" By G. T. HUGGINS problem around the house. into the neighbor's yard.So almost every purpose. Some who have unreported acreage Since agri-business is Flori- Davis was recognized for his
Agricultural Extension Service Keeping a lawn well- keep a brisk pace when mixtures claim to include dog should contact their director and da's biggest business opera- outstanding research with trace
groomed, Is based on the economic you are approaching your cat and insect repellents. The give him this information along tion "DARE" could well influ- elements in the field of nutri
YOU ARE CHEATING .your culture, but if more merchants I principle of labor and neighbor's property line or he kind you use is the kind that, with other suggestions. Directors ence our state's economic pro- tion. Dr. Ray L. Shirley animal
self out of production when had been at the merchants meeting -' capital. You will most likely will think that you are slowing you can afford. What gardenerscan are: Lee Roberts (president gress during the next decade. nutritionist with the UofF
your land needs lime and you I Tuesday morning, I would measure the labor by the num- down because of old age, or afford Is not always the ), G. C. (Carl) Roberts, 4-H Club News who introduced Davis at the I
don't apply it. I know that crops not have gotten that impression.Let ber of blistered palms neededto because you are selfish. common practice because: Edsel Mikell, J. P. Sandlin, Last District VI award's banquet, said "The
are planted and pastures are me hasten to say that we clear the winter debris, and The analysis of fertilizer to there Is a temptation to apply lank Akins, Eudell Watson and 4-H Events in Ocala end- trace element work carried on I
growing; but we urge soil test have the same results in our the neighbor's March blown apply is always a problem. The fancy fertilizers if it is a credit. Dan Faircloth.The ed with Gilchrist Day 4-Hers' by Dr. Davis and his associateshas
ing any day, week or monthin Farm Bureau and our Cattle- clutter from the yard. kind often depends on*soil type. purchase as opposed to plain association needs County been a large factor in the
more emerging as Softball champions
the year. man's meetings. You got the I By removing the top coveringof Sandy soils are hungry soils, N-P-K if it is a cash deal members and more farmers of the district. rapid development of Florida's
same faithful few that do the trash, you'll get'rid of insect- livestock industry."
need the
Even if you use the correct association. Those Our team defeated Alachua
work and the others ride I hiding and diseaseharboringplaces. II II Dr. Davis joined the staff of
amount of the right fertilizer just watermelon growers in the Git., County 10 to 2 after Alachua
the A second raking is oftena the Experiment Stations in 1942.
your land will not produce the train. Well I guess that'shuman ctrist Levy area who have not t. had defeated Sumter County 16
been that lood idea as it removes the In 1943 he directed the first
nature. has Alachua made
when yet marketing commit to The
most profitable returns CountyAgent's 2. strong right arm fast
way a long time even though it winter-killed sprigs of grass ments should seriously consider. work using radioactive isotopes -
lime is badly needed. A soil curve pitching of Mitchell Phil- 1
and the lawn from look- in
keeps large animals. This
is in these
more days membership in this
test tell why a necessary cooperative. man backed by catcher Joe
may you crop up
I that all work ing as if it had been using "that early work was the forerunnerof
Is it shouldto we more closely Gilliam the G 11-
not responding as kid stuff." m CornerBy spearheaded the extensive
greasy nuclear
together. I can't even get everybody Versus Night Irrigation Guns program
a good fertilization program. christ County team's march to
The next step is to feed the involving four collegesnow t
to do their equal share of versus Low-Pressure
Sprinklers. .
There Is the RIGHT and the Unless victory.In .
chores around the house. I ought ever-hungry grass. you WILBURN C. FARRELL operating at the University
WRONG way to take a sample. are an expert, don't. try broad-. Agricultural Extension Service the public speaking con- of Florida.
not to do as much yard mowing, OPERATION DARE
The test is not accurate if the casting the plant food by hand. L.. 4 I test, Gllchrist County's Donald
but seems like that is the easiest I Operation "DARE" -t h e: Polk second the
sample is not representative. Most likely you'll end up with among Bacteria
borrow way to get it done. I put my due to Just received interest- University of Florida's new program six contestants representing the
Visit our office, a zebra-striped grass your a very support 4-S Clubs patterned aft
foot down on washing dishes to develop agricultural]I counties of Ala- Classified
sample-taking tool get some skip-and-miss system of appli- Gilchrist Levy
though. ing letter from Joe Thigpen, er 4-H Clubs in the Unite I
and ask cation. resources effectively-will be chug Marion, Sumter and Cit-
sample bags maybe a '
BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR a graduate of Santa Fe High States. 4-S teaches Br azl Lan I officially launched DELAWARE Ohio AP
on 13 ( )
few questions about taking a Even if you are forced to join May rus. Lowell Parrish of Alachua -
good sample. DON'T GUESS. kicks off on the 29th of this the economic craze of deficit financing School, who is now serving as youth the value of good health, Prominent agricultural and I County was first-place winner Samples of moldlike strepto-

SOILTEST.THE month. Bigger and Better is the it is best to rent a a member of the Peace Corpsin service and better agriculture tc>> business leaders from throughout -. in the boys' public speaking mycete bacteria used in anti-

slogan. We have had mighty fertilizer distributor from the Brazil. Joe said it is now au improve living standards. Jo.. the state will join members: event. biotics, are being received at
RETAIL MERCHANTS good fairs and the reason this man who will sell you the fertilizer -I of the University's Agricultural l Van Hagan, Gilchrist Coun- Ohio Wesleyan University,
tumn and in that of said the diet of the rural-
windy part peopl!
ASSOCIATION all 10 membersare one ought to be better is because on credit. Research, Extension and teach. ty's representative in the tractor freeze-dried and distributed to
planning another big strawberry MORE people are work- The distributor which puts out the world as he and Aletta his (approximately 60 per cent ,oi t ing programs for the first ol f: operators contest, placed laboratories in 18 nations.

auction for Saturday; ing on it. 20 or so tiny bands of fertilizeris female counterpart from New the population) is beans anc I nine conferences to be held oc I second among the fjye con The project, centered here

April 25. When I said "all 10 AU means of communicationand just fine for the powdery type Jersey, begin working with the rice every meal but the Peac< the Gainesville campus. The! testants. Hale Stancil of Mary under a $50,500 National Science

members," I wish I could haves advertising are being used. fertilizer. However, you'd best, rural families in Capizal, a Corps volunteers'' food is verj r nine gatherings, slated for Ma ion County was the winner ofto Foundation grant is aimed at
1d all merchants are mem- Radio newspaper and peopleare make a few test pushes of the I .. and June, will be dedicated I the event. having independent scientific
will be looking
bers. I think building a com- doing a good job. Anythingyou machine across the lawn to get I I Catarina.Joe nourishing. We plotting a progressive course District winners will repre- teams-using the same meth-
munity and a county is the have that you are proud of, the feel of the operation before forward to hearing from Jo for "Sunshine State" agriculture sent our six-county district in ods-reclassify the approximately

business. of everybody. ought to be in the fair. Let us you get down to serious busi failed to tell me Aktta's and Aletta again in the neai r during the next ten years. the State 4-H Events May 1 and 600 species of bacteria -

Well, I kinda got off of agri know what you have. ness. Remember if you zig last because of future. According to Dr. E. T. York: 2 at the University of Florida many of which basically are
name, probably
where you should have zagged, Jr., for 1-
provost agriculture op. in Gainesville. the same.
your mistakes will show up as another comment in his letter; Spring Clean-Up

yellow and green grass. he said she was 23, very attralive oGov.. Farris Bryant has proclaimed
Earth To prevent this, take a sober but, unfortunately, she April 19-25 as Sprin JOHNSON & FARIS "Lawn & Garden Headquarters
to breath before each for back
making was already spoken Clean-Up Week in Florida. Th
swarth across the lawn. home. Sounds like he is givingup
purpose Is to urge Floridians t()
Also, adjust the machine to on a home economics majortoo .
r csay
In clean danger areas and elm ;
Levy County apply only half as much fertilizer quickly.Joe mate up hazards that are hannfu: : BLOOM.A-RAMA '
: as recommended by your
county agricultural agent and I said life in Brazil is not to life health and property. This

== Bj LEONARD OOBB make two application -much different from that he is the time of year most of u: Nee lant now for a Garden of ColoSALA&IOMS
Agricultural Extension service going east and west,I knew in the States but on a like to be active, so put this ex
and another going north and much smaller scale. They are cess energy to good use. Do L
-"A new grass type forage is Don't forget the Cattlemen's south. acquainting themselves with the good clean-up job, next wee k Fancy Leaf- Rainbow Colors

I l in. the spotlight with cattlemen Short Course, May 7, 8 and 9, Smart gardeners save a few various rural communit i e s and then spend a little more Ii'' CALADIUMS
today. This is the Sorghum-Su- where many questions like the pounds of fertilizer for later use where they will be training time each week to keep yow 35
dangrass hybrid crosses. one above will be answered. just In case they skip a blade adult leaders to organize and place spic'and span. In 4" PotsBeautiful ea. ,

:Many claims are being made -
about the ability of these new, Red Pink WhiteGERANIUMS %

forage grasses to produce out IMARIGOLW
silage 69
standing yields for grazing, -

or hay. In 4" Pots
,For the benefit of our cattle- \' 1 r .

men I am reporting what re- BEGONIAPLANTS
search information is available J 15r.
from the Florida Agriculture en.
Experiment Station. This is a 260,000 of '

summary sorghum compared of Sudan-type with forage millet acres peanuts ASTERS! COLEUSLarge ,

(1963 tests): beautifully colored plants 1 Oteo.
(The variety is listed first will& home.add beauty to your garden LPETB u=
then the yield in green weight

plant tons per height.acre), followed by the will be weed-free in 1964. OTHER ANNUALS

:CaM m Hie t, 25.6 tons, 114
Inches; Starr millet 24.8 tons,
80. inches; P.A.G. 35, 17.9 tons, choose and plant now
97 inches; Haygrazer, 17.4 tons "
97' inches; Crazier, 16.1 ,tons 89 ASTERS MARIGOLDS

inches; HyDan 37, 14.8 tons, 93 :, PETUNIAS ZINNIAS
inches; Sudax SX-11, 14.6 tons, Will ? ;:. RED SALVIA PORTULACA 79c
92 inches; Sweet Sioux 14.5 yours SUMMER POINSETTIAS
tons, 109 inches; P. A. G. 34, (Amaranthus)
14,1 tons 110 inches; Lindsey S YIA Many Many Others DOZEN
77F 113,13 tons, 94 inches; Sor

ghum Alum, 12.8 tons 97 '': -----
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inches NK Trudan I, 9.4 tons .L. :, : : ',
;! :.;;, J '
87 inches. '"
:For forage production none of .. .. ,..1..>. .; AzaleasCamelliaszSCa ffi

them compare favorably with .\l". .;.l_ ".JJ1"t.'l & SHEEP &
Gahi or Starr Millet. This ; .K,f.' ,
was true of all tests in Florida.It NOW PlANT FOOD
is doubtful that the new for- ; : COW'Special
age grasses will serve as a good : -Y': d F 'r ," Formula"MARICO"
hay crop due to large stems and ; : ) : ;
difficulty hi proper curing. Cer : : MANURE
tainly, it'would be necessary to "f i :
run the f o rag e through a hay SPECIALLY PREPARED
roller in the : ,. FOR 50 Ib.I
or hay- a... .f . GAINESVILLE AND THE bag
making It has more NOR T HCENTRAL
process. .' FLORIDA J1'
promise as a silage crop than a ; /1. i> ( AREA. ;_4 (
As for a hay rj .[ -
crop '
Coastal there Bermuda.nothing that will beat ',,> :.,. ,:j;",Thisyear260OOOacre.s of_ peanuts will be treated with' .- WE RENTSPREADERS .=r .... J 2 0 0

There is also the problem .,: Falone-Dinitro combination. ) .

with sorghum sudan grass of ) ,;_ Falone-Dinitro eliminates crabgrass, pursley, cit ;
prussic acid poisoning if not
grazed or cut properly. Thiscan I \ ron, pigweed I ,ragweed,and lambs quarter. It reduces USE
be prevented by allowingthe .
plants to get above two feet cultivation time, speeds up harvesting, helps increase 0

before grazing or cutting.At yields.Falone-Dinitro is recommended by the Florida 8-8-8 t
present we in the county
oragent's office are going to stick ""- and Georgia Extension Service. PELLETSFor
.: with millet for grazing or for-
age production. 'F Falone-Dinitro costs less pound for pound and Your Lawn
Hornfly ControlDr. is easy to measure and spray. Applied at cracking

Leland, veterinarian at -:;. time, Falone-Djnitro is effective for as long as eight *l i & J <&P<%
the University of Florida check- O19 DIAL -
ed on a commercial mineral weeks and often longer. %

ingredient.containing RONAL No research as the active hasT 3 See your farm supply dealer today. For fre.- YOUR DIRECT LINE

been conducted in Florida, butt booklet write: Naugatuck Chemical, Ruby Avenue, ___ FOR GARDEN NEEDS
its at Experiment Stations in .
Georgia found the material to Gastonia, North Carolina.
be effective on cattle grubs and

-,., was hornflies.not recommended.Continuous feeding A 75- S @Falone-Dinifro Combination :- :; r Eaar JOHNSON & FARiS

day feeding period was suggested. .
No claims are made by any
commercial feed company regarding I MEMBER 224 N.W. 8th AY.. Phone 372-0476

the control of internal FREE CUSTOMER PARKING ON OUR LOT
parasites using this material.
The cost of the material quite '- .- I USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE
high, making control expensive. .- -'. 5 5 I 'A.. ...'.:

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Prev. Close Components 1st Hr
I tectors and magnetic tools
Readers' Request 825.43 I Indust. I off 0..1)3
in Central Park seeking
196.47 I Rails I off 0.02
used in the slaying of a _
139.42 I Util J off 0.15 _
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(Th following market quotations II 287.26 I Stocks I off 0.17 ,
clear -
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art furnished by Pierce Wul- ,
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here.) les Gallagher Jr. was

NEW YORK Martin M -_ 6.00 18% Incorporated Inc. ______ 9.84 Morning 3 clump of bushes in the

STOCK EXCHANGE McG Hill .60a 38 Keystone K-2 _ 5.65 N. Y. ListingAllis shortly after dawn
Mead Carp 1.70 48 Keystone 5-3 16.89 He had been shot once,

Abbott Lab 2.40 114 Merck _. __ .2.ooa 116 Keystone S-4 .-. 4.84 Chal 18 Int Pap 33% the heart.

Allied Cem 1.80 56% Nat! Airl .80 49 Life Investors ...,-..-.-...-.-._ 20.64 Alcoa 80/. Jones&L 76% .' .
f Amerada -2.OO 79% NYCentl -_.. .SOg 36% Life Stock Fund _8.01 Am Air 50% Kais Al 41% Wednesday night a ,
Am Elc pow 1.16b 41% Nia M' Pow %.00 51 Mass. Inv. Stock 16.28 AmBdPar 35% Ken'cott 82 contingent of the Army's ;

Aer Enka 1.40a 63% Norfolk W -___- 6.00 128'% Mass. Inv. Growth 8.72 AmCan 43 Lig & My 85V4 Ordnance Detachment .'t ,
Amer Home 1.44a 66V4 NoIndPS.1.49 57 Pioneer Fund 9.71 Am Cyan 61 Lorillard 50% Bellmore, N.Y., began .
Amer M Fdy._ .90 19 Am Mot 16% the area of the slaying -
No Nat Gas _' 1.80 54% Puritan Fund 9.74 Mag'vox 40%
ArincoSU3.00 75V4 Olin Math -_ 1.20 461,2 Puritan Fund 9.74 AT&T 139% MplsHon 126 mine detectors.At .

Atch topka 1.20a 28% Owens n G %.50 971,2 Putnam Growth -___ ? ..? ,.._9.64 Am Tob 36% MM&M 67V4 the same time,
Bauch Lomb 1.20 35 PacG&E1.00 31% TV & Elec. _ 8.21 Ampx Cp 17V4 Mons'to 74% dragged[ the nearby 72nd

:. Baxter Lab .36 24% Pac Lting -. %.40 59 Value Line Inc. _ 5.70 Anaconda 44 Mont Wd 37% lake with magnetic Pretty
'Beckman In -- 57% PacT&T.1.20 30'% Wellingtonfund _- 15.02 Armour 51 Nat Dair 75 of the v
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Beech U S 1.10 47V4 Pan Amer A 1.20 74% Beth Stl 36% Nat Dist 27% Mrs. Anna Felos (left) and

Bristol My .80 67 Parke Day 1.00 30% N Y S E Most Active Stocks Boeing 45% N. Am Av 52% There were no signs Department foreman D. Har-

Brown Shoe 3.40 93 PeMZoil _ 2.00 76* Borden 74i Penney 51. struggle at the spot where Starke. The Association of which
Brunswich 11 Perkin El 42% Comp. Vol. Close Changes Brunswk 11 Pa RR 32 lagher's body was found, I SO cabbage palms plus plantings

Cambell S 2.40 36%! Pfizer ... .80a 47tA Cater Tr 60% PepCol 52%' evidence of robbery. and will later plant roses. The

Carter Pdt l.OOa 20V4. Phelps Dg 3.00 721/s 175 800 Maytag 38% up Vt Celanese 67Vz Phil Mor 83% had left his wallet at of S. A. Salem, SRD assistant

Case J I 12% Polaroid .. .20 lG1 123 700 RCA 34% off % Chrysler 48 Phill Pet 5M he often did. He still supplied from the state prison
Cessna Air 1.00 28% Pub Sv E G 2.60 75Ya I 116 000 Pan Am 74% off 2% Com Ed 49% RCA 34% wrist watch, and in his

Ches Ohio .- 4.00 71% Pure Oil ._ _. 1.60 44th 95 400 Xerox 93V4 up 2% Con Edis 86% Rep Stl 44% pockets were some small

Coas S Gas 34% Rayonier -.---. 1.00 381/4 I 94 000 Transitron 7% off % Dow Che 72 Revlon 37% and his car keys. The

CBS _- 1.80b 45 Rexall --- .SOb 44% 68 900 Chrysler 47% offs DuPont 261% Rey Tob 50% car was found in a Central
Comb Eng 1.20 2*!% Reyn Met .50 42% 67 200 Rey Tob 51% up % EAL 40% StReg P 34% lot at 79th Street near Effects
Cone Mills _- .80 17% Rich Merr -_ 1.00 46% 64 800 Getty Oil 25% off 2% E.Kodak 127% Sears 108% shot. His !
was body was
Contl Airl .40 .25% RCCola --... 1.20 70 64 000 Brunswick 11% up % Firestone 41 Sinclair 45
Contl Ins -.- _.. 2.20 57V4 Roy Dutch 1.73g 42% 59 000 Am Tob 37% up % Fla P&L 72% Socony 71 by a stroller.

Contrl Dat -.- -- 91 Searle Gd .- __ --- .90 59 59 000 Ford Motor 57 up % Ford 57K Southn C 55% Police Inspector
Corn Pdts .- -. 1.50 65V's Singer .- 2.00 9t' 54 700 Sperry Rd 17% off % Frmst Da 10% Sperry R 16% Renaghan said Gallagher

Delta Air ?. 1.60 91% Smith Kin -.1.20a 65% 49 200 Tidewater 32% off 2% Frept Sul 37% St Brand 77% turned three weeks ago

Det Steel -. .60 15 Sou Cal Ed __ 1.05 3114 1 46 000 Control Data 91 up 3 Frueh Tr 30% StO NJ 85% lecture tour in Russia, and by the snake uses a side-to-side motion
Emerson El 1.00 41% St. Oil Cal %.00 63 43 800 Tex Gulf Supl 29% off % Gen Dyn 29% Studebak 8% viously had given of this of the head to catch the

Faamra.---.. .50g 28% St Oil Ind .__ .- _- 2.00b 67% Gen El 86 .Swift 46 several other foreign might be I prey and a gnawing action to
Jim Walter 1.00 34% Sterl Drug .65 29% Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks Gen Fds 90 Texaco 76% second- break the skin and inject the
Finanl Fed 61Fst Texas Uti 1.20 57lh Gen Mills 38% Thiokol 16% Gallagher did research first one venom.

Chartr 1.97f 42V4lOVa Textron .-- -_ ---._ 640' 42% Volume Close Changes Gen Mtrs 81% U. Corbid 127% at Brookhaven National I Dr. Gennaro pointed out that,

Fla E Cst Tidewater _- --- 32% Goodrich 57% Unit Alrc 47% tory, an atomic energy if the coral snake is able to
Food Fair .. -.- .90 22V4 Trans W A ---- 41 114 000 Seabd World 7% off % Goodyr 43V4 Un Fruit 22 on Long Island. Officials of the
MC Corp -_- -. _..-- 1.00 '56 Union Pac .- l.60a 41 63 900 Great Basins 3% up % Greyhnd 57% US Steel 57% said his work was in an are ap break the skin, the deadly ef-

Gen Tele _- -- ----- .88 35V4 Und Air L -- --- 1.SOb 591/i 51 200 D Kaltman 2up % Gulf Oil 55V4 Univ Mat 13% in which this country whether fectiveness of the venom more
Ga Pacific l.OOb 66% Upjohn ..- 1.00 52%I 47500Kin-ArkOil 9Vi up % Int Harv 70% Westg El 34% information with Soviet of a 'than makes up for the Inefficiency -

Getty Oil J- -_ .10g 25% War Lamb .70 2834Worthinta 43 000 Syntex Corp 76% off 2% Int Nick 76V. Woolwth 87 of of the biting mechanism.
Grace Co. __ l.OOb 56% ._ 1.50 390/ "Death from the bite of a

Heine Curt .80 23%. Xerox 93V. rattlesnake or any other
S IBM.5.00564 Zenith 1.20a 80% strike is of the pit viper family isoften
( ) New York TimesHigh
c due to destruction
ThtMInC.1.80a 70% it can- expreme -
Int Tele 1.00 59% Purchases _-_- _-- 421,557 Low Close NetChg. ForAT&T ; human of tissue," Dr. Gennaro
KelloggLehman y- .80a 43 Short Sales 2,971 25 Roils . 135.30 133.71 134.18 off .54 Split !said. "On the other hand, the

Cp ____ 1.34e 29% Other Sales _- 418,644 50 Stocks 482.93 477.50 479.70 off .88 a wide 'coral snake victim Is more likely -

Litton In.. ---- 1.98f 71% Total Sales __421,615 25 Industrials 830.57 321.30 825.23 off 1.22 I erection to die from a general para-

Lone S Cnv. _-. 1.00 23% Advances ------. 514 forceful lysis, apparently due to the I
Marsh Fid ,I, 6.60 41 Declines .. 563 head." effect of the venom on the I
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Unchanged FLASHESNEW 22 the 2.35 million I
Total Issues 1,355 which I
of American Telephone & I
New 1963-64 Highs 81 cause
Steel graph Co. will get a
New 1963-64 Lows 25 NEW YORK (APAirlines The Msociated Press averageof : share of common stock for and the

and cigarette issues took lossesin 60 stocks at noon was up .3:lone now owned. to
i AMERICAN STOCK a mixed stock market. early ;at 305.5 with industrials up .7., Dr. Gen Rally Meal
To Slow EXCHANGEAerojet.Gen this afternoon. Trading was fairly -1 rails up .1 and utilities up .2., The 2-for-l stock split, ,
active. The Dow Jones industrial av. for AT&T and probably r.'M:4 Florida

-.---. 38% Gains and losses of fractionsto erage at noon was up .22 al; richest in business has a At BradfordHAMPTON
Analex Corp 32 825.65. involved biting
: about a point peppered the gross values ,
? Aqua Chem. _. WVs list of key stocks. proved Wednesday at the The A spaghetti
The I
picture was spotty
Early Aurora Plastics .....3a among
-- The outstanding feature was other metal producers. Phelps! ; pany's 79th annual are supper will be served here Friday -
Barnes Engineer vote for the mouth. night preceding official
a 5-point spurt by Texas Gulf Dodge fell more than a point. split was an

By SAM DAWSONAP Butler ShoeCehromaloy .- 137/ I Sulphur which was bought very Ancaonda and Kennecott los!t whelming-about 99.4 per this Bradford with the County political rally,
proceeds going to the
Business News Analyst j heavily on the company's an- fractions. American Smelting -- .,1
I Cinerama 10% The action climaxed a Hampton Elementary PTA.
NEW YORK (AP-Busy) steel I Computer Sci .-- 23% nouncement that it had made a was up slightly. hour session attended by i The political rally is the second -
17V major discovery of zinc, copper Reynolds Tobacco a big gainer !
mills have played a big part in !Cutler Labs A ,-- members of the nation's of a series of four, sponsored -
Data Control 40% and silver In the Timmins, Ont., in'recent weeks lost more! stockholder family in by the Bradford County
boosting today's economy Fulton -- 9% at 305.5 with industrials up ..7, than a point.American mory in the Bronx. Democratic Executive Commit-
record levels. But
some are
now warning that the industry I Gen Develop 4% and silver in the Timmins, Ont., Telephone was ur] I tee. The following Friday night,
Airlines 7V area. a fraction. Just before the April 24 will
Mackey one be held in
might be in for an early :Mead Johnson 21% Airlines were still soft. The Prices were mixed on the! rectors declared the Ii I Lawtey, and a wind-up countywide -

summer. Pac NW Tel -.23%, cigarette stocks continued prof- American Stock Exchange. quarterly dividend. It is II rally is slated for Starkeon

Output normally dips from Philips Elec. .. 45lh oils, rails, building materials, Corporate bonds were mixed., ble July 1 to April 30.
June to September for a num- Redwing Carriers 11%, utilities, motors and drugs tend- U.S. government bonds were record May 28, effective Tren- Mrs. D. E. Hill said supper

ber of reasons, such as vacations -Ric Group --1%. ed to keep the list on balance. mostly unchanged. the impending split. Nflioul Fran-, will be served here Friday in

that close more customers Sperry R. Wts. --- 1'% ; Wan. the school cafeteria from 5-7:30

plants each year. But this time 'Syntex ___- --- 76% Alachua; p.m., when the speaking is
Elec. 24% I scheduled to begin. She said
there added that Tampa --
are some ones --- YOUR MONEY'S WORTH Mel-!
might advance the timetable. Tech Measur. -- 18% 1 a I, prices for the supper are 1 for
Twa Wts. 23% adults and 50 cents for children,

There are rumors that the Valspar ---9% with desserts extra.Political .
i auto makers are planning an
Difference in Upsurge and Boom Evelyn
earlier changeover to new OVER THE COUNTER
Mrs. Rally
models. That wouldu mean closing 9
Land 7%I son, Mrs.
Alico ------
down auto plants for a while -
and changing the schedule for Amer Fidel Life 2134 19% By Sylvia Porter Mrs. Gra-Ber- Due Tonight In
Amer Heritage --
delivery of steel. Demand for
244Amer Billy
Amer Nat. Ins. -
steel would then slacken a bit Pion'r Life 6% We are In a powerful business production goes up sharply '- tax cuts of 1964-65 the WorthingtonWORTHINGTON
earlier than usual since less
Anheuser Bush .t8 I upsurge, moving in the di- more than 4% per cent. stick here well may be
would be needed for this year'smodels. An official
Anodyne 4 I rection of all-out boom. "It is a year when consumer We, as consumers, are : :
Citizens Bank 35Conn. money incomes after taxes go ing "very large : Hinz- political rally sponsored by

Still more uncertain a prospect Lt & Pow _- 145i 1 I We are not in an across-the- up more than 6 per cent. durable goods. It could be ]l city, a the Union County Democratic
is how upcoming labor Cowles Mag & Pb. U1%I board yet, but we could be fulfilling *'It is a year when unemployment buy a record 8 million : Committee will be held tonight

negotiations with the autoworkers -Dun & BradsL _-_--- 64%I the "requirements" for drops below 4% per cent 1964; our purchases of ; in Worthington at the Woman's
union might affect dealers' Firs West. Fine. 16%lone as 1564 roars on toward of the labor force. appliances are running FileppI, Club Building. A benefit

buying of this year's models. Florida Gas 1134 I "In boom years there are cent above a year ago. Mrs. supper
1965.We will be served
to the
61 very large purchases of con- Businessmen also are [ Carl prior
There is some talk of a possible Fla. Nat'l have an extraordinary
253;I sumer durable goods and of ing "very. large [ Dorsey, speaking, which is scheduled to
buildup in stocks as a Fla. Tel good chance of turning this 38-
hedge against the chance of a Forrest Labs 213 1 I month-old expansion into an capital goods capital goods. The I Ann begin at 7:30 p.m.
Life 991 I With this definition as his basis March estimate of a 10 t C. Wall.
Founders of all-time proportionsI
strike. upturn Primary interest in the
for increase county
Franklin Ufe 57%I in terms both identifying boom years in business : Joseph.
An auto strike in itself would .Great Amer. .- 1691Grolier I of duration and magnitude. Greenwald finds that only two on plants and equipment I Betty campaign is centered on the
affect the steel industry quickly 45 'post-World War II years have already is out-dated. I Gaines, race in which Sheriff John H.

and drastically, since Detroit I Gulf Life 56 :i At this halfway mark in the satisfied all the requirements. 1964 this vital spending Jr.; Whitehead is opposed by Lowell

is a major customer. Merit Jones- ---- 141%! decade we finally may be into 1953 and 1955. The Koreanwar be running at an annual Catherine Shadd.
3 Home Insurance- ----_ 63%r the long-anticipated Sizzling, year of 1951 also would: of over $46 billion $% Selena
1I Two other
Steel salesmen also are Increasingly Mlnit Mkts. _ 5 i Soaring Sixties. have met the requirements but l or more above the I Hun. rallies will be
Jax .
: the first at the old schoolhouse
up against new Life 13% What's the difference between I there was no snurt in nurchascs: nroiections.But Lee Roj
thinking by customers on in- Kennasaw LlfeofFla-- -5%;i a powerful business upsurge of consumer durable goods, for unemployment I Elizabeth and the in Raiford on April 23, I
second in Lake Side
ventories. Most users now are Lowes Company ___- 19%! and an all-out boom? the simple reason that there; sticky statistic. True, ; Juanita Park one.
:playing, cautious and keeping Milgo Electron. -- 141 This is a fun question in the weren't enough of the durable' ness among married ; Diane on April

-stocks to a minimum. They; Mort. Guaranty Ins 32 sphere of economics and I've goods available. I down to 2.9 per cent and : Barbara Plan Barbecue
know that steel shortages are Pacific SW Air 48 been having a fun time trying Now let's go to 196445. male adults generally it's Mateo; I

most unlikely. They can wait to Schlitz Brewing 51 I to tweak experts I respect into That we're in a broad up- to 3.9 per cent. But the Suwa At AlachuaALACHUA ;

see bow their own prospectslook Secur. Ute & Ti'-. 531f.I defining the difference in termsof I swing is unmistakable, but it rate which measures !
in the fall without puttingin Southern Nitro. 171t statistics as well as "atmo4 -: doesn't meet all Greenwald's joblessness among A barbecue
orders in late spring or early, Travelers Ins. -- 493' sphere" and "feeL" Most have requirements for a boom. and the older unskilled Dot chicken supper will be servedin
summer. I ----- tweaked me right back with The physical volume of goods still at 5.4 per cent, and it Burt City Park here Friday from

MUTUAL FUNDS generalities, but from Douglas and services and of industria been below 5 per cent Van 5:30 to 7 p.m. prior to a political
Thus it Is assumed that most INvES1r CO. McGraw-Hill Publications I've production is going up sharply months. Helen rally.
orders the mills are now getting -! just received a hard definition (physical volume means real So, according to Joseph Bill Irby, chairman of the

and that are keeping them Affiliated Fund _ 1.1 9 to pass on to you.Greenwald's volume thus eliminates the impact -bard definition, this is : Mrs. benefit supper said It is being a, highly, prosperous Capital.Life & Gr. 10.2 2 definition will of price increases on the out boom. But the Patsy sponsored by Ute Alachua Lions

pace 4 are*f2f use DJ, the cus- Divers Growth 9.9 ij 3 appear in a "Dictionary of total). Many informed projections -surging, creating Johnson Alachua t Home Demonstration
tomers in the spring months. Dividend Shares _. 3.1 1,Modern Economic T e r m s' put the rise in real Gross jobs. Major drives are '! Mrs. Club local American Legion

And inventory thinking also is Dreyfus _-.-_-------- 20.7 7which{ he edited and which will National Product in 1964 at 5 i way to raise the i Rich- Post and the AUchua Woman's
based on knowledge that if steel Fidelity Capitt. 11.5 Sbe; published by McGraw-Hill per cent. levels of teenagers and Jesse Club. ;.
somehow should get hard to Fidelity Fund _._h, 17.1 16: later this year. Here it is. Consumer money incomes the unskilled. thus fit Black, Na- He said the_ preeeed wiD be

come by quickly] various sub- Fidelity Trend _- 19.1 "A boom year is a year when after taxes are climbing with-, employment in this era. Durant,,, used to build two JP aIt.<:ov.
ered basketball courts in city
atitutes are available for a Fund'tal Invest IOJ.61 the physical volume of goods. out interruption. As paychecks i We're already way Par.

large number of tnd uses. Income of Boston 8.1 and, services and of Industrial]. are hiked on top of the great; the direction is still park.

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DUE TO 1055 OFy .. ;
Wit*!'* your prohkm? For a i..- "V -;

? > enl I reply, writ to Alby, Box 3365. ;:J. } t !

Become a Man Beverly Hills. Cahf., 90212. and ,

include stamped ..- < f -. '. '1 'i Ii t It It I

: ..lope. Abby jitswcrt all mail. rl---- 1 i
Abigail Van Bur en _- t{ i ir .t

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DEAR ABBY: I am a 21-year-old boy who is about to be again a "Miss. P. S. Many women choose to omit either ,.9r EEMPOSSIBLE, EEMPOSS1BLE.FOR.ME 10 GKCV& i

drafted. I am not 'a coward, but would just rather not go the Miss or Mrs. from THEIR correspondence thus THE TO FEENISM EET UP ALL n&AT MONE'i EES 55 "" I
for two reasons. One is that I am used to my privacy and adding to the general confusion. VJORLDS' ? ECU TIME;; ONLY OME.-' ", vflDO/-WAV TO '
don't like to have a lot of people around me. The otheris GREATEST C\....
I know that I won't be able to adjust to Army life. DEAR ABBY: How do you feel about a "Come and see us ORCHID p94! j

The only way out, as I see it, is to get married, but Ican't sometime type of invitation? a r.SOMEWHERE.: SCULPTOR. : q .F ; Yt
seem to find a girl Can you help me? My husband seems to think it is perfectly all right. He is .:.t INEAAZU-

.- LOOKING forever dragging me places where we are not expected', just Z rz N
because the people have !said "Come and see us sometime." er- V
" DEAR LOOKING: Look, buddy, if every American male = / ,
Nine out of ten times it is apparent we have inconveniencedthem
ducked military service for the reasons you give, our coun- < J
even though they act polite, and glad to see us. My r v
try would be a sitting duck for its enemies. Your survival
husband thinks that likes unexpected be-
would be than And everyone company
a bigger problem your "privacy.
jouradjustment" cause it wouldn't bother him one bit if folks dropped by our ma.
would be to bondage rather than to a brief -r: I
house when the mess and I had nothing to 44
place was a serve.
hitch for Uncle Sam. Sign up and grow up. It'll do yon good!
But it would bother me plenty. I can't drive this point hometo ,
.,. e
'* DEAR ABBY: Would you please put a word in your column him:Can you? UNNERVE,I SICH CREAKY
explaining to people that widowed and divorced women are f o
DEAR UNNERVED: A "come and see us sometime" type ONE OF THESE 2
still addressed as "Mrs."? So many of my Christmas cards of invitation should not be taken seriously. When folks really I,,,, ; ? DAYS IU6O- RIGHTTHRUTH' t
were addressed "Miss", or worse yet no title whatsoever. This t FLOOR"J
want jour eompan, they call and invite )oU for a specific ? :. .
makes husbandless feel like "- 3
a woman "nothing. ...
time. i..... ,
"A MRS. e "=
DEAR MRS: I have written this many times in my column, CONFIDENTIAL TO ELES'ORE AT S.C.: I don't agree that CIJ C wa

and I will write it again. Once a woman has been married, "a little gossip is nothing A hole is also "nothing" -but you h
unless she arranges to resume her maiden name she is never can break your neck in it. :

Unknown Man" brings CD Romper Room y

Clint "Cheyenne" Walker I '::30 O People Are Fanny Ano<*"-
back to dramatic TV af- CD Jack LaLanneter Zr..rJ li'lb
a two-year absence.;10:00 O Say When
David Wolfe has been livO News-Mike Wallace
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and susuicion among the ill:M O CD Concentration I CFFJCE WITH JOKE?

1 villagers when he rejects I O Price Is Right MORNING FOR A | PACK MICE ON

their friendly efforts to!11:30 O CD Missing Links ar 5PIN. HIS HEAD. l
get acquainted. O Pete And Gladys u'a
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6:00 O Sunshine Almanac 3:30 Q O Dr. Kildare and plans a party. To re- O Midday

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Q to 1:15 O Focus Interview
new enemy elderly I OR. Vd lYS TEt .HR/N 1GHT/HL PICK YOU GIVE YOU I
CO O News-Walter Cronkite janitor Joe Hogan; he's ghost-filled mansion. Vincent 1:30 O ScienceO YOi3i t7FFICF. tin YOU UP Ai MElISS5 THE NAME AND it
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O What's New Sherwood goes back to O Pastor's Study To Tell The Truth
O Berlin Documentary drinking-and fast-when 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac 35 O News-Edwards

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... s I i ,W Bt: ttMMTED., 4 :: OKAY?
'*- Sf "rui '-fork tt'iuttl1( mal general of the Army, told watching the watched are en- :you> remember, sir, just whichaf f

WASHINGTON The government a he congressional subcommittee I titled to know who is watchingBig c these opinions were yours and i

is spending more than $4 which is looking into the whole Brother. General Butcherscan 1 which ones belonged to yoU .

million a year on liedetectortests. 1 thing. J set an example for his superiors j ghostwriters?" l

Last year it tested more Naturally, it is unpleasant to by being the first to sub- For Gov. William Scranton ofPennsylvania I
mit to a lie detector test be- ] : "Don't really
than dwell this of
23,000 persons. on picture our government -
I hind an evil mirror. want to be president eh
old totalitarian governor -
While strapped to the machine using I h I Ir
many of these peopleI!I police techniques. If it will not The first question for him I !I: ?

were also being peeped at byU\live them up, however, it should should be, "General, do you For Robert F. Kennedy: "Now ,. I -"' '- ., ... .
sundry Staatspolizei concealed)
behind "see through" mirrors(< discrimination on the gov-side?" If the machine showsh various newspaper stories and:1 1tiilY Aa-lJO- 00Dt COMn TSRk .. ON THE WAY TO--TOE U.S.-CCt->:::Wt,M'NME -
and hidden microphones. ig,rnment's kingpins as well as i that the general believes He is i magazine pieces, Mr. Kennedy,,: r4.CID 4T Hal ITS-AM- MX Of FwE APTERPKEAKFASf TZ5CP DE5W Off-A PACKAT* ATA irOP; ',HI':"
Big Brother he would then be I I the idea of out of REDwtINATo' -
Brother is watching," Maj. Gen.Ralph 1 ts helots. t J I dropping public -! iE SLEEP t4ELL, Yci,pUCKYf UTSS SOMEJi SEOR! We U. Kr:.P YOU, cojmeKCXT; .t>oox ,... *a r .. TATE
J. Butchers, provost mar- Far is fair. If Big Brother bI ;>told that Lyndon Johnson isl 1 life and going off someplaceto \Z t MRS TOODOWRRiC! ?HI K3? AS CCU CA.VYONJT5 IS CH '-$ WAY FOA*.S... .
..-- -- ----.watching him through a trick. j t work with children interestsyou ,,10'I I T w'E SHOI.CF>zF5 a a --- 1 \ REQCESTED:

PETAL THU5I mirror. He would then be asked,i 13 more than vice presidencyof 'I 8A6?

SALIVA HALL "General, have you ever, at anytime i the United States?" "Mr,

r SATA I C ERUAEP for even a fleeting second|!Kennedy, have you ever, at any i, i= c 4' ,
ACROSS Xri.1Ln3 I TAKE: SLY I thought of Lyndon Johnson aSl1 t time, for even a fleeting second, < .: )? k -Yt

I *lnd L O n G n E R T H U S 'Old Cornpone'?" ,1 tHere thought of London Johnson as W lam. ;
27.Asterisk FRAIL D I Eton few ''Old Cornpone'?" A
-. are a typical questions 1 Fi. Y_
-.- 23.Plectd 6 1 G E L B o w for typical statesmen aft er$ For Richard M. Nixon: "Sir,t- ti F ly a4t

7.Mad* armor FIREDOG LOS E they have been strapped to thej;)please tell us as candidly as'possible rl t'r s; r a

Sow SO.Bag ARE SoIRIEMIsPj polygraph and advised that the without the usual circumlocutions H .
11. 32.Hav.TtaSS3. LOFT 9AYontT overhead mirror conceals ,I ftt15i
a network jour opinion of General
wood .Black en
SntE EVEnER television Eisenhower's __
$.Glacial cuckoo camera: f presidency? ---- --
snofidd 34.Puts oa EYRE RESET For Secretary of Defense Mc- ''Of checkers?" I --

)4.Navy scoot 36.An?thing SOLUTION OP YttTUDAYS FUZZLI Namara: "Why do you always For President Johnson: "Mr / T!A l/STE,&.K6Z.\f S Kc \ '3O, S Jucr PA ZTIC1PATW6STA
: boa LlgLflown I come back from Viet Nam looking 1:>President tell us please, who is > I HAP TO TKE AV WIPE ){ 25t ? ED 1i=.Z W A SPC TF J
15.Pace 39.March date TO THE DOOOa V V = 7 13AahAW Ycsy )
16.Before long 41.Cuddles :l.1\rough.' liar. so happy? "Is that ]Big Brother?'' "How do you _/ ., ;
-J7.Beginner 43.flaw goose out ingoffice "Are you sure, Mr. SO"I know that Mr. President?" "Mr. .
3.Vibrsnnn 8.Train
19.Oaeof 44.Dun Icst Highest that Henry Cabot Lodge resident, why does Big Brother -j
DTld'zulen 45.Bristle point moantaia J promised you second place on: insist on keeping the White 8sfi 'Thr5
: 46.Salt of 4.Son drlaak 10.Leave 1 the Republican ticket?" ''I louse lights turned off?" "Your 1= j,3 J
20. Ton sail I oldcaddDOWN 5.N CTOU
12.More George Reedy, presidentialpress great: compassion for voters of 1I h
X1,Mang er laughter I
vdrd to the
J secretary "Now is well I
stripe of
very ,
1.Recover o.Ova urn ate
35.5007 18.Word of
cLoSce I best of your knowledge, George: Ctrs. :o u r s e,. sir, but we wonder i i(1fr( _

L l. IJ 4 St. 1 d "j.I Qo.verrata ;\ Johnson has never driven \1 whether your great humaniy V -4r iIrk
amorq over 70 miles an hour* !It notwithstanding, sir you f. kr t

32.1d For Sen. Strom Thurmond occasionally feel ill- disposed to, ; x 10
23.Lice comer t c of South Carolina: "You have ,."" Ac
-- - people who have at some timer ,
(i1 : : 1$ it the Met. often said tht the Negro Is more.c another just for a fleeting -

/i 17 b /y 24.L ong aup i happily situated In the South!moment[ thought of you asif
25.Wiai>. than in New York. Now sena:y ou will excuse the phrase sir'
'// r// 29 l' 212T arouni tor: if you were a Negro -,;_.. 'Old Cornpone.:?"' U5A..USA UASEM IvppJ'r OEb150 LL'N5 ExAcr Y tivt:Yt.1Fa f POE5 YOLK MOTHER Ka KO ONE KMCM6 thHEitg) IAM'
: SING I>E 6 N VCti, AfcP Oit
27.Splottha Senator, please! I remind you The statesmen &aCOGMLLE .Olin ALMOST FIVE YEARS; ,
n 11. l$ fortunately, FAJUWJ67D HgRE,UM I WAWTEP r TAU
29.Prayer that: the mirror is watching your ire not likely to sit still before a: C&E U4, MY PEAfw K 1 Mtii YUrFARICN6rO11.

ft u Zt book reaction: ; if you were a Negro, fJ tinny mirror for this sort of in-
3L Maw's senator, would you rather live
errogation. They know. that
..n' "i"l..l; I // ''' nidosamtE3. p zs /
In South Carolina
or New York
Vh r// // .Ecmaai33T3 l p)erson strapped to a machine in .
JI 36 tytactyb. City? root J of a peek a-boo mirror is 1
.(3adea For Gov. Rockefeller "Would wind to end up humiliate ."me t'r '

3* 49 I'"I 41 Lamb you state your candid opinion, Why does Big Brother insistn I cue Sir, of Ambassador Henryjo r'a
/ humiliating people who don'ttave ;
4' 47 38.K. ..
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a coantirm Lodge >!h the political weight to kick 1

45 "' r//: 4* 40.Hagewave For Sen. Barry Goldwaterntl]he polygraph, smash the "see- gar tt i
'// "Senator you have had manyjtl I I
12.Naudtal hrough" mirror and cackle like I
a.a2J as1a U$e.alNlIIf" 4tluta differing opinions about Social'i a. hen for the hidden micro-j 1 1

... Security attributed to you. Can p bone: ? I h + 1 4

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35 Houses for Sale 35 House for Sole


Exp. secretaries salary-open PERFECT FOR FAMILY
NOW'L: White house< Bookkeeper salary open brick patio etc. $14400. h.
cr1'37 It central
NEARLY new 3 bedroom, 2 bath r .
: Exp. Waitress, salary l comm.Exp. -
PH. 372-8441 heat
several homes In Palm yard open
mechanics WILL trade home "a bedr separate I
.. hi schL View Estates for homes bi the1011MO FOR SALE U. of Fla. Flavet 4 o Perfectfor hs Sunday. 102 N 34th Dr.
Store trainee
gradOff. ohers.
price range. Visit Sales. unit buildings. Must be moved In-taw 312-
trainee. III schl. grad. o Beaut' P
for Office Corner NW 39th Terraceand property. Phone FR natural
H IS -i Tree surgeon. foreman $2 hf. :r442.UnlY. fl cabts I ki
FR 2-9545.
14th Ave. or call Excellent
IS Auto salesman Exp. c. FH t IF you plan to
Brue.Buflders. .
Butler with
: only buRG.n
:1: y Classified OnlyDEADLINES Short order grill man 4 Bedroom 2 bath. with central cludes closing. S. 15th like a custom wol
Insurance trainee $100 wk. WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD heating and air conditioning at Terr. E perienced builders that have
0 Route salesman. Levy Co. Walking distance to schools. t 4123 N.W. 15th St. Call FR 4-7829. 3725 the time to discuss with
CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. BR. 2 baths home In Skyline you. call plan
120 SE 1st Ave. Heights. Study hardwood floors. N.E. 3 BR.. 2 baths. LR. DR. Fam.rm HUG EDWARDS. INC Paremore.312.2. .s G.
Phone 3744234 built-in range even. Cent. kitchen utll. rm carport .alb
i Tues. thru FrL papers-S p.m. Day before publication heat. Shaded back yard. Call central alr-cond. & heat fireplace WHY PAY RENTt our 19 plans to c f
THE New $9.500. tile Complete financing be
: WORTHWHILE g For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 ajn. Sat. 3744842. bookcases patio (enclosed I br. plained to right in .X
per on you your own
For ads to go In M< .
S. E. 45th appointment can.
I 3'BEDROOM 2 bath home separate flowers. etc. Antenna near Terra.s some home

(Minimum ad 4 lines -" dining room. Take advantage swim pool. Take $1500 for equity. tra 2-2 THE JAE CO.
i of owner's having tomove FR 2-3093. 4173 NW 20th Terr. 3 BR. 2 bath O Inc.
REAl. ESTATE SALESMANHugh S have spacious' room Fla. inside / Builder of Klngsberry Hornet
FAMILY RATES .. wardrobes bi new home area NW SECTION for sale. or rent 3 -r & R. air r e/e P 37z nit** 314.
and 4 bedroom. 2 bath. CCB .
TIME Edwards Inc. G.1nuvIlle'slII"est among young executives. $19- .
34c line per mo- $2100 equity. Will accept -
Insertion builder has for 000. FR 2-5489. home. City water lights and
Insertions ........... 22c line I new salesman. Excellent opening earning sewers. Shown by appointment. best offer. Phone 3767 FHA House for sale NE section
17c line opportunity for above average 3 LG. BR 2 bath. panelled LR. Phone FR 2-3824. 3 AND 4 Bedroom at appraisal value of 1100
11 .... line fireplace attached garage HW h On $300 down payment low
Mr. Dorman sales
.14C man. manager. HIBISCUS Park. 3 bedroom lots. Go out Ave
lot. Ae ly payments. 3 BR 1
charge computed by multiplying total lines x HUGH EDWARDS. INC. floors. On Ig. fenced corner bat
Foster. S14JOQ house. Convenient to Universityand to 43rd St. Intersection, turn port large storage. after
number of insertions.I 372-1551.
x Finley School. Quiet right. go approximately 1 mile.
$450 do'. FR 24851. neigh- 6:00 P.M. FR
TO PART Time sales route. average borhood. FR 24992. see sign on left. 64
F I $2.10 per hr. If qualified. OpeningsIn FOR Sale. or trade. New 4 BR.
central heat with fire REDFRNKSRELESATE
I Five letter words per line Hawthorne Alachua,3127117.REGISTERED Newberry. Archer and place.Bath. NW 47th Terrace. Price home located In WestmorelandEstates. 6

$15.900. On city sewers. pavedSt NEW HOUSE. 3 bedrooms 2
READINGIN I REAL ESTATE CHEAPER THAN RENT S.- BR 2 Ig. bath Rms. tg. family baths central heat. CCB. I

Same as 2 lines I Salesman Interested In Acreage -11tt1. SE 44th Terr. It..500. Rm. & living Rm.. dining area. BulN kitchen. save 114 LIKE NEW 3 bedroom J bath
GET i 8 Pt. ordinary type and Farm Land. Call FR 4-4471 Payments $45 per mo. Central heat built-in kitchen Including appointment. P home wIth central heat
for Interview. 2-BR 1-bath SE 44th Terr. MJOO. GE dishwasher 2 courtyards _FR 4-4774 or FR 2.3 AIR CONDITIONING.. 'N

I 12- Ptrl-. Sameulllnes Mary Moeller Realtor $45 per mo. walk to Schools. close to LAW professor spacious Ing living room with brlcjc Oan
ordinary type 10)9 w. Univ. Ave And also some trade-in Houses. U of F .. medical center FHA moving attic FIREPLACE. Functional kitchen
I Call FR 4-7444. S22JOO. Down payment $1,700. bedr
with of Including
q Q Same as 4 lines PROTECTED ules and service Immediate occupancy. Drive by 1 In drawers vanity and pt built-i Near
2V* baths. '25x25 family storage. $80 month. Negotiateequity. b
3 BR.
rt.ordinary type route for married man with cart 1027
u | 40th Drive. Cad Butler .
O phone. Average while training room. tg. living rm. enclosed FR 4-2775 1062 N.W. 14th LtN Wet Ss.
THAT dally. 374-9048
$85 plus expense If qualify.. Age garage central heat & air cond. night. Ave. 0817. LISTD 11 O C'I .
23 to 4$. Call 372-7117. Lot beautifully landscaped. 3448
NW 12th Ave. Call FR 2-4511 for McKINNEY
24 Pt Same al 5 lines $400 DOWN t $.54 mo. Inc.
.. ordinary type 16 Work Wanted Femal. | appointment.AIR FUN IN GREEN taxes & Ins. 3 bedr p 2 baths
CONDITIONEDIF In excellent condiion on well

you like st-ace for entertaining landscaped app?. only.
BETTER this Is the house for you. Lg. THE SUN,! C.I 3744817
THE 1 The Gainesville Sun win not be responsible for more than one living area opening onto redwood DEATONREALTORS
B Incorrect insertion. nor will It be liable: for any error In advertisement yrs. experience. desires permanent enclosed patio. Near Llttlewood OPEN HOUSE 2-6 LSTINGS NEEDED
to I greater extent than the cost of the space! position. FR 66736.Job : : and Westwood schools. efficient service call

pled by the I'em In the advertisement. No adlustment occu-I as practical nurse or com 3 BR. 2 baths. central heat NE 23rd Blvd. and Madison Park
= be made on errors that do not materially effect the panion. Have own car. Phone dishwasher disposal built In REDFRANK REALESTATEClaude
= the advertisement. FR 4-1569. stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal CHOICE Is the key word-Yes you
M. "Red" Franks Realtor
15th Street would like to this attractIve
I price. $22,000 only. $1500 s
CARl HIGH SCHOOL girl seeking part- down. 922 NW 34th Terr. FR 4- and delightful R. 2 bath Myrl. Lnsler. Associate.
| time or -full position until mid- 372-1551 home. Beautiful Inside planter- Hlrrl. .s.t.
Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or re- g 4945.FOR 7 N.E. 1st St.
i SUNWANT 1! letting any advertisement which It deems eblectlonal and August, Typing. some filing and Central lleat Parquet floors Nltes Call f 3617
shorthand. Will work from 10 A visit home will be con 372-74
j change classification of any advertisement from that only $450 down. 91.27 per C.llfornr.nch modern offers
S dered to conform to ,the policy of the paper. *.m. to late afternoon. Call FR month payments. you can qualify loads of living at very reasonable vlncingPriced under $18,000 No DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR., J
or-I 2-5497 after 12 noon. for 4 BR. 2 bath home 1804 monthly payments. Indoor Can be FHA financed Callus bath. Central heat central air

NW 38th Terr. Will paint Inside and outdoor living end dining for an appointmentFR.. 2- cond. Northwest. Slt.000. Call

.. & outside completely. For app. area with fenced In patio. 3- 3417. .
.. ....... .
I to see call 3720411.NORTHWEST bedrooms with cubic
IS Schools & Instructions feet upon
... """ Northwest NEW 3 CCB $8.5.
feet br
of closet/ space. 2 Luxurious
8 Baby Sitters. Child Cart 12 Mole Help Wonted papered baths flion luminous $450 d $ mont Phone
If you have a large family Day 4-431U
MEN AND WOMEN WANTEDTO AND close to Llttlewood and ceilings. glass shower en want of this e '
Westwood schools. 3 Bedroomsand closures. WOW what plenty ro tke
CHILD Infant privatehome home will IL BR.
or caret
2 Baths. Central Heat, kitchen.
Easy to clean custom
; Littlewood area. $35 mo. perlenced. Cocktail lounge. package l CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS large family and 2 baths Dining room Large
formica cabinets. Built In GE
or can pick up and deliver. store. P e rsonallty ambition fenced back panelled Florida Room Fire T"r and Four Bedroom two bathhomes
Phone 61961. mlxologlst.Writ.. El Ray 107 yard. range oven and hood. Double In Fla. Rm. & Living on N.W. 14th Ave. With alt
We prepare Men and Women. beautifully landscaped $13.- sink. Central heat available with pace
floors which the features of modern
North Main.
WILL take care of Children In my 24461. Gainesville. FR Ages 18-55. No experience neces 500 Call anytime. or without air conditioning. have lust Ha.c refiish If you homes. Her t.Y' cent.

CHECK home from 12 noon until 10 p.m. sary. Grammar school education RALPH REALTOR Spacious corner lot. Many ex want to live In cic neighborhood heat and .IIItll. dblecrp.
night. At reasonable rates. FR WANTED route man for established usually sufficient. Permanent FOSSEY tras. and be few ele
ADS 40407.WOULD. route. Ages 21-35 must be 'lobs. No layoffs. Short hours. "Selling Florida Since 1904" blk the University and sprigged kic
n-iarried. Apply In person tAmerican High pay. Advancement. Send 11 W. University Ave. Ph. :374-1359 $84 per mo. VA or FHA Includes File o school This I the On city sewer IISCIp
like to care for children In Bakeries. 1847 S. Main name. home address phone Member Multiple ListingNO everything. $500 down FHA today 2.317. On below todays market to sell quick
my home days. Monday thru from 4 4 p.m. number and time home. Write Includes closing. $100 down VA will consider a Exe. terms.
CLASSIFIEDDial Friday. Phone FR 24559.Employment. Marcel Co. Box 381-., c/o Gainesville DREAM We can't sleepat Includes closing. e fer.
night for thinking of this
THESE ONE part time night clerk Apply Sun. place. Gold fish. Camellias EXCITINGDescribes

,In person to Hotel Thomas. 415 MEN 4. women 18 to 55 to train' for Azaleas. B a n a n. shrubs In Hugh Edwards Inc. Acreage
NE 2nd Street. No telephone CIVIL SERVICE front yard. Beautiful oaks orange this attractive Ocala bl
calls please. I' trees. carport. two car "North Central Florida's Largest 1484 ACRES In the WINDSORarea. home with 3 BR. 2 baths .
Examinations. For Informationsend garage stables large living Developer by far." Wooded $4.000.00Term NW Ifth Ave. Cent. heat fireplace
MEN to train as route salesmen. name. address B> Phone No. with If desired. Call FR. Fla. room fenced
room fireplace. ""- 2.317.ASSOCI..TES
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Guaranteed salary. All company Key Training Service. 112 W. walk In pantry. Nearly 2.000 SQ. and much more for only ;
CLASSIFIEDADS 376-4672 benefits. Liberal vacation polo Adams St.. Jacksonville. ft. of living space. 14 mInutest ANGLEWOOD by owner 3 BR, 2 J. Fred Gu H. J. Wiltshire SEE TODAY.WE5OOD. IIJ

BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn icy. After assignment to route. r o m Gainesville Florida. bath. Price $17,800. $800 down. J. W. Davis

up to $5 per hour demonstrating salary ranges from $300 to $500 Real Estate Exam Price-LowIT'S Call 372-2727. Jayne Buer

famous Studio/ Girl per month depending upon ambition COURSE Multiple LIstin'REDUCED
and desire to work. Those VACANT Phone FR 2-2511 This .
Full or Part lime. ATTEND First lesson tree. bl
; Phone 376-4334 after 6. with no desire for a permanent HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE to see this 3 twdroom 2 bath J. W. home is located near schools
position or no ambition to make COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave home on large corner lot In 3525 NW 7 Place Pretty built-in
Announcements EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHERS. money. need not apply. Apply In FR. 4-3507. 372-3727. beautiful residential area close KIRKPATRICKAPPEALING LARGE 3 UNIT APARTMENT dec. kith with breakfast booth.
Openings available at person. Borden's Dairy 2420 NE to schools and shopping. This BUILDING now available at e re Cent floors S porch.
Sperry. Typing and dictation 19th Dr.B"'RBER. WRITE. Tractor-Trailer Drlv r home has large Florida room. duced price of Completelyfurnished rel buy at 11',100.UNIVERSIT.

3 LOST & FOUND skills necessary. Starting salary' WANTED, Morrison Barber TraIning. 3018. St. Nicholas Ave. extra large kitchen with built- three bedroom two this I 110,0 ME PROPERTY .
based on experience. Submit resume Shop. 118 N.W. 10th Ave. Jacksonville. Fie. 32207. In range and even 2 car carport bath house In the Northwest Is located 'lust block
In confidence. or telephone Gainesville Shopping Center. and many other desirable with personality touches from the Duck Pond In
FOR FOUND 372-0411 Ext. 225. for Gainesville. Fla. 374-9354. features. Priced at $22,000 with throughout. Large family ville. $170 per month income.Gains A
Yearling. Identify. Pay appointment. EQUAL OPPOR- 30 PETS & SUPPLIES good financing available. room fireplace walled patio REAL 8UYI
damages t costs. Write Box TUNITY EMPLOYER. MEAT CUTTER wanted. Sober reliable rock garden tall out
_32-A CoO Gainesville Sun. dependable. Willing to shelter and nice landscap T
EARN to 150 a week. Full or DAN BYRDASSOCIATES BLACK ACRES Spacious 3 bed
up work. Apply/ In person. East Side GERMAN Shepherd pups. AKC. ing. Priced less than $ 1115 N. St. ph.
2 bath located
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE part-time. No soliciting or collectIng Market. 1424 Hawthorne Road. Excellent-pedigreed price re 000.00.ANGLEWOOD. room masonry 1. W. M.
on a large comer Munr Broer
car neccessary. Call FR 41944. duced. 3501 NW ISth Ter. We have two Assoe .
of trees. Special features Include Fran
LEARN TO DRIVE modern homes available at $17,- Roby. Roy
Special altentton with
room fIreplace.fireplace
BIG:" SPRINGTIME Is puppy time. English Inc. 500.00. These homes have three family
to nervous or LUZIERS COSMETICS .
elderly. Shepherd puppies .. American In living room central
Easy Way Driving SchooL FR APPROVED by American Medical SALESMEN Shepherd puppies. Call FR Jack DiVot BrokerAssociates bedrooms two baths Florida beating and air conditioning wall 427 N.E. 10th PL 2 BR. CCI.
7-7007. room. central heat built In
tic by State of Fla. Association. Personalized : to wall built-in oven and ,
2-0033. large near Shopping
service. No guess. grab. go me Franchised areas In Alachua. Christine Stone. E. E. Holloway kitchen. Occupancy the range, carpts. dishwasher huge ,.. g..g.Nice neighborhood,
6 SPECIAL NOTICES thod. Full or part time work. Levy. Marlon Clay S. Columbia COLLIE puppy. 4-months old. $50. Walter E. stoddard end of June. Financing can recreation r utility end laundry Cent financing avail. 11.
Call Lois Williams. FR 2-4045. counties. sell famous brand Phone FR 41380. Clayton Guynn be arranged for an acceptable room ubi. carport. 5. '
foods. home- owner. bondable 825 N. W. 13th Street FR 2-2511 purchaser. THIS IS A LOT OF PROPERTY
SAVINGSON BALL ROOM DANCING WAITRESS wanted. evening shift new car to those who qualify. FREE male PUPPY. half collie Member Multiple ListingRENTERS REDUCED $1,40000 to 890000. FOR CALL US NOWI BY OWNER 3 BR. I CCB
Classes now forming. Limited en at Howard Johnson's Restaurant. Earn $5,750 to 8.125 per ye a r. half pointer, 2 mos. old. 422 NE This modern. Ocala block. two 1851 with feed back bat.

rollment. 1st hour free. Thur. Apply In person only.. At 2830 Call FR 2-0587 for appt. Better 1st St. after 5 p.m. ? bedroom house can be yours $500 DOWN Roomy 3 bedroom any time. S at 1745

day April 23rd. American Legion N.W. 13th St. Housekeeping Food Service. 4 AKC registered Chihuahuas. 2 for not more than $75.00 per frame home In older residential N.E. 21st Place.
Hall. For further Information OFFICE GIRL -Must be able to mates and 2 females. reasonable.Call Register for free month's rent. month. Located on a shadedlot area. Needs some repairs.
call FR -"81. FRAN'S DANCE type 50 wpm. fairly good with WANTED Filling station attendantfor 481-2247. Hawthorne, Fla. no obligation drawing month- In the Northwest and lot. A STEAL AT 715
INSTRUCTIONS. 3857 W. Univ. figures able to work with peopleby night work. 7 P.M. to 7 A.M. available for Immediate oc so GLD'( SMITH
Ave. telephone and do some phone Apply BilMJps Serv. Ste. 1005 AKC registered Dachshund Pups. cupancy. Make a reasonable

sales. This |ob requires good W. Univ. Ave.TRACTORTRAILER. All shots. 4 weeks. Black or red. HUGH EDWARDS. INC. offer on the down payirent John P. K. Yonge area. 4 2baths.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: conscientious hard worker. Offers drivers urgently male .. female. Ph. Kingsley North Central Fla. largest builder and monthly payments Merril Living room br
W. frepiece.
Davis will
not be Lake 533-2493. If accepted you can
paid vacation plus other needed. See ad under by far. Florida Separate
responsible for any debts con Mr. Ave. & 15th St. move In tomorrow.J. room. This Is
tracted In my name after this good: fringe benefits. Phone schools. Classification IS. I NE 16th r. a fam
Ricketson FR 2-e44l Gainesville MULTIPLE LISTING with convenience to
date self. except those made by my. Sun for appointment. 33 LOTS FOR SALE AVAIL. June lit 3 BR. 2 bath. W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor Phone 372-1494 all schools
Fla. rm.. screened porch, 15.
FINE ATTENTION WANTED part time or tub time 13-Help Malt or FemaleStenographer. 500. Walking distance Little- Member Multiple Listing ASSOCIATESMARCELLA PARDI Quality home on Newberry Road.Large .

NIcks Shoe Repair & Hat Shop. cashier. Apply at University Inn BY OWNER wood. Ph. FR 2-5043. 31 N. Main Phone FR 24404ASSOCIATES W..BUCKH..NN..NYOUNG lot with many trees and

609 W. Univ. will close May 15th Restaurant or call Mr. Goldstein ; BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 00 3 BEDROOM corner : shrubs. 3 bedrooms 2 tile baths
2 Bunnell
21-35 5 Mathlasen Irene
to Sept. Pick-up all I yrs. exper. Block of N. W. 22nd Street. 110 and Floye double Florida Living
__. repair work. salary $275350.Secretary lot close to A. W. Reece Capt. USN Ret. ro 1'-
waitresses age II to 3040. experienced $300. x isr. Phone 37-51Ot. Metcalfe elementary. Member I carpted and III a flrepll..
"GET JUSTICE WITH 35. Apply In person. Aunt Je- ship swim club. Reasonable equI-
Secretary 25-45. $275. BEAUTIFUL large lots fully
CARS! JUSTISS"As mimes Kitchen. 1414 N.W. 13th Secy-Bookkeeper. 225300. Improved In Rldgewood. NW ty. Take over payments. Call AMERICA Near 3 the University., 2 bath home Good with buy Flor In a

Public Defender for the 8th EXPERIENCED secretary de Bookkeeper. $300. 31st Street lust south of NW 372-4450. MARYMOELLER broom Newly painted end dec

Judicial Circuit Court. The people sired. Write your qualifications.Must Bookkeeper $400-500. depending on 14th Avenue. J. W. Klrkpatrlck $40 Month new CB home. Urge I. ro Priced at Sl7fOO.
want (ustke.. R. G. JUSTISS. be able to use electric experience.. Agency 31 N. Main or call FR lot. Low down payment, 300 S.E. HOMESPRESENTS orate

Gainesville. lawyer Is best typewriter and dictating equip.. Accountant $450500.Secy 2-1404. 20th St. FR 2-4492. 372-531 to see any of theN'hes
qualified. JUSTISS will GIVE ment. State salary/ will pay for part-time Stenog.. part- BR 2 bath dishwasher or ask for our list of choice
OWNER. 3 .
his talents and to defend Write time. KIRKWOODOUT BY
and ability.
In all price ranges.
swimming pool privi
the poor with no legal counsel. Box 400-A. Gainesville Sun. Personnel Center OF STATE OWNER must leges. Small down payment VA NEW BRICK bs
Q and DOUBLE ENTRY SYSTEM book sell Immediately acre comer mortgage. Phone 374-1583 after Colonial Charm GLADYS SMITHRealtor
money to be elected. The people 102 NW 2nd Ave. Call 372-4377
NEED Justus. WILL YOU tell keeper 1:30 to 4:30. Salary dependIng for appt. lot (240 x 210) In highly restricted 5:30. MODEL
KIrkwood Estates. Call Exclusive listing. lovely new home .
Phone OPEN
on 10.12 AM.:2-4 P.M. Mon. thru Fr. Florida
your friends. end send smalls MUST SELL 3 BR.
31 -2S4I days. or 3725012 after FR 20313.Onehalf located on large beautifully wooded 'sslltt Mllpl. Lstl
m with nome and address to WANTED BooKKEEPER- Room, living room fenced back lot. secluded In fine residential FEATURES :
R. C. Justiss. 11 W. Univ. Ave? acre landscaped lot with yard. My equity $2500 -will take area. 3 br. 2 bath. hw floors Florence Burns C.roil Noyes.
And GET Justice with Justiss. OFFICE MANAGER septic system deep well. new a loss of $1000 $84 per mo. double garage custom built. Shown Fireplaces 1228 W. University

Paid Adv. Capable and: qualified to earn $401 I pump. 1 n>L to City limits and payments or less. FR 4-5023. by appointment call Mary Moeller. Screened p 312.59.FORDYCE'
12 Mat. Help Wanted or more or do not apply. 40 how, Vi mL to University. Cash price 1112 NE 19tn PU Custom cabinets

YOU'LLSHOPPING 8 Baly Sitters Child Car week. Write Box 401-A Gainesville $2 9928.. 00. Abstract furnished. 374- EXCEPTIONAL BUY! Plus Oversized many bathrooms other custom

Sun. Florida room. Near SchoolsLovely features
ONE of the largest Insurance companies 3-bedroom -baths
In tie country has a 'position central heat. Garage. 105x132'
TINY TOT 34 Waterfront Property 3 BR. 2 fully tiled baths
open for man between age FURNITURE lot loaded with trees and shrub & FHA FEATURESAGELESS
21 to 38. Unlimited future. Start bery. Located 1 block from J. large lot. large closets. screened

PLAY SCHOOL'Visit at $80 per week. After first 2 WINFRED H. CRAWFORD Finley School. 3 blocks from University porch carport. $15.250.00: payments
Call 3721171 UPHOLSTERY FHA. Include prln. t Int. $109.00 TERMS
us and see for yourseff. weeks S100 and better. Broker. specallzlng In of Florida. $17.750
BE 24 SE Cth St. FR 4-7806. for appt. For top quality workmanshipcall LAKE PRO..ERTIESACRE. $700 down. Total monthly payments mOo
of $117. Drive by 1531 NW Walking elementary
PLANNED program awaits your MAN wanted for local milk AGE. 3 miles No. of Metres call FR 2-9545 daily It Jr. Shopping i
4th Ave., or Income HtaSI:
21 to
pre-scnool youngster at JACK route preferred age 372-6142 GR 52911.BEAUTIFUL. I
or nights FR 4-9048. Butler SIMPLICIT
school ed.
35. High preferred.
S. JILL NURSERY SCHOOLMusIc Triplex. near schools. 3 Apts. corner
good health. Apply 204 SW GAINESVILLE lot on the Suwannee Bros. Churches.YOUNG and elegance
programs educationalfilmstrips. River at Rock Bluff. Call 374- lot good Income. good rentals. $12 most attractive 3 bedroom 2 bath
7:45-5:15.. Mon.-FrL SALE BY OWNER. 3 300.00 with loW monthly payments -
6160. home. Large living/ separate
1501 N.W. 1TO St. University and J. J. r
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-3900. baths. near close In dining
Free Estimates PICK end 1611 N.W. 6th Ave. AMERICA room kc
vt LAKE HOME not e "cottage. Finley. family-Florida All .
RELIABLE sitter wishes to carefor r
Mlvery. This new beautifully
Infants or small children In BY OWNER. new house. 3 bedroom. Investment ditioned and heated. You
her home. Reasonable. call FR WANTED (5) furnished 2 b. r. masonry 1 bath. Utility room and carport. can save rent money and end up
4-377. home Is strictly QUALITYI 2100 N.W. 55th Street. $500 down. Business property. downtown has HOMESNW with a wonderful home and neighborhood
Clear bottom lake abounds with Call FR 24992. Income. large lot. Duplex. $12 to live In. Excellent
BEAUTY OPERATORSFor fish. Tills..Is a 'dream come 500.00 34th & 7th Avenue financing U1.
IN true' at $10,500.00. Requires $2. BY THE OWNER In Idylewllde 2 .. ASSOCIATES.
PLANT SALE NATIONAL 000. cash down. Let us show BR. CCB house. tile bath family 372-7070 INC 311ZSUBURBAN

I new Beauty Salon on Gold you-ANYTIME. ARCH CAMPBELL room. Call 3724001 after
Alt banded plants. top quality Coast West University Ave. CONCERNHas REALTOR. Phone 374- 5:30PM..

petunias salvla asters coleuS. Opportunity for one to qualify openings for college students 5707 ANYTIME $14,275 ON YOUR LOT. Open House. FREDARNOLD This lovely three bedroom Home
etc. Sale price 50c per for manager. Must be high during summer vacation. LAKE FRONTAGE Sunday. Apr. 19. 1 to 4 P.M. with beautiful kitchen large Florida .

NORTH Also potted prams and shrub stylist in all phases. must have Public relations' work. $100 a 28 Acres on Sand bottom lake. Cherokee model. designed & en- MOELLERREALTOR rII.r fo. and
of red.
bery. Amaryllis deep
North of Grandln. Asking $5400. the
ability to work with young clien- week salary If qualified plus gineered by U. S. Steel Corp. led b
pink 1. white. Wholesale prices. teu age limit, 40. If you have One half cash. S. E, $app. Real Homes Division. 2100 sq. ft. 3 whole family. Situated at.
American strain 3 for $1.00 and these qualifications., Write box we are awarding Several $1000 tor. Phone 472-2000 or 472-2228. B R. 2 bath air cond. brick tractlvety landscaped lot to i
These prices good as scholarships: and ether awards.For choice residential
up. are area northwest
long as plants last. 399-A Gainesville Sun. giving app?. call Mr. R. B. Davis. LAKE Place for sale. call FR 24414 34th veneer.Dr.2 Alachua car garage.Homes Inc. section. Consult FORDYCE A
name home address and phone 354-3743 Jacksonville Fla. or after S p.m. REALTORNorthwest INC. 374-1234. $

Closed Sunday number. All replies confldentlaL irop In Suite 543 Fla. NatT. FOR SALE lot on Lake Ann East Phone 44490.COMING "Member of Multiple Listing SIATE

CENTRAL DORSET'S GREEN HOUSE All applicants will be contacted Bank Bid;* Jacksonville, between of Hawthorne Restricted area. 1919 W. University Ave FR 4-4471 DELIGHTFULdescribes

In the near future. _hours 9 A.M. and noon. _CaD 374-2428 for Information. !
High Springs. Fit.
this three fam
with a New
RIVER Three bedrooms 2 baths England. Living room O 0\
I Dixie County. near US If. 100 VI LLAGE ty new with central pa spacious kitchen .

IN THE yards off paved road. Vary high conditioning and bun. In kitchen. pla dinette, formal a room sep
FLORIDA'SLARGEST bluff. Asking $4500. Terms. S. E, Has fenced family for, and Florida

I $app, Realtor. 47X2000 472-2220. GREEN room and drapery rods. $20, 00 ertaini'this one, FOR.
wIth FHA financing avaIlable.Westmorland DYCE & 3741234. -


VI bedroom home on northwest hits
-- NEARMELROSE Street within welklng distance of REFRESHING I
A charming 3 bedroom. 2 home
Gainesville High School. Lot llOx bIIt
GREEN 154. Owner leaving city. with fa room In "I deal yes this 4 brdroom two beth
300 feet frontage on Lake Rosa able only 117.Out oft Is most refreshing wIth 0c

nearly four acres. MASON MANOR. Neat 4 bedroom. 2 o desires and I swll pool surrounded by
LLAGE bath home. Central heating and I : financingPres and lot. Locale I
4 BR 2 baths large screened conditioning.. Lovety fenced emit $107 per a truly delightful nelgtiborh a a .
SUNBOATS porch on 2 sides of house. rear yard makes Ideal play area I month including taxes and lessur.ances. Cel FORDYCE 4. ASSOCIATES

MARKETPLACE FLORIDA modern oil furnace concrete GREEN for schools.children. Convenient to H 374-1234.

I car garage with equlppped utility CONTEMPORARY 3 bedroom. 2
room aV servant's room and bath home wttti carpeted living New home with 3 bedro f- quiet taste U yours to IMs

: & MOTORSWHO BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION bath. GREEN room central heating' and air con flening.baths, central heat a.lcl tee bro twe bath h e m.
ditioning. Fenced In yard with builklc scis w.n woods 1S
large kennel with 2 houses 1 patio I
dog swimming pool and shuffle board a ed throughout family room
WOULD LIKE THI 74th 24" GRILLS concrete floor workshop. court. I area. You must this home buftt-Jn kitchen, delightful Kvlng
HUNTER Fiberglass Flshlog 12' Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR VILLAGE appreciate the quality. Convenient room with dr.p and wall to wall

Boat Introduced by FRANK 110." Live oaks. magnolias mimosas LITTLEWOOD area. Modem 3 bedroom financing t qualified buyer. carpeting met

PHILPOTTT $49.50 GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES azaleas camellias gardenias 2 bath masonry home to tiptop call FORDYCB ASIATS
EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL 723 N. Main 372-3537 oranges etc. Sprinkler system. GREEN condition. Priced under S1V Swimming Pool INC. "1-12 _
CHARGE THE TACKLE BOX 000. Immediate possession,. toe.
For sale by owner or your brok Enoy| the luxury of e beulf Esther
FOR FRANK PHILPOTTS The Heart Of East Gainesville" ere Open Saturday and Sunday VILLAGE NEAR BOULEVARD. 4 bedroom 2 WlUUms Pool y own FORDYCE
Check with Charlie. List of CUssmcrttons to choose 10-5. Phone Melrose Granite 52941. bath In excellent location convenient backyard. Top ft off tasty ;
SPORT CENTER FR *1791. from ". or for other appointment to d 0 w n town shopping. barbecue cooked o attractive out
Home of Hunter Fiberglass I phone Gainesville FR 2-4C51. GREEN Reasonably p r I c ed. Immediate door fireplace. Plenty of paved ASSOCIATES INC;
Fishing Boats. terrace for entertaining ,
12 Ft. Telestar Sailing sloop with possesslon I.
Houses for Sal groups. this In eii REAL ESTATE EXCHANGORS .
Dacron SaiLOpen Skiing SwtmmingDMno.Fishing 35 A t
NEW Where Quality Sells Itself Model ..,............. S2M INDIVIDUAL STYLINGWe UNDER $11000. New 3 bedro e nt spacious b "t b Multiple Listing Realtors
20 NW. 14th Ave. Decked model ............ $21 Equipment FLEXIBLE t home financing In Durant available Estates are BUILT prewd to trWevel present homo this CUSTOM with homes built and avaIlable under FHA to qualifiedbuyers speciftcations Ing room overlooking p f.Wail Grace Harvey S.Benton.Fordyce. Assoclefef24 Broker

FR won or FR 448f3Man. BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER Safety Items. en luxury In walking! distance of newetem -' rare eN,,,.. Over 3000 sq. ft. living with FHA financing. No to wall carpeting ? tremendous W. Univ. .. V4-1V6

401 S. Main FR 24531 school. This nearly new area.3 or 4 bedrooms.3 bathe. closing costs and no city taxes. closet space ;' fine
Thru FrL 5-4 p.m. SIlL M huge recreation room. well planned Phone for further details. landscaping. Paved SUtet. Price
Golfing EquipmentTennis Isis4 BR's. screened
Pram wttti home
10 Ft. Martin Sailing dining reduced to

: 14 Trailer for Sailboats. Dacron Sail ..... ... ... S159. Equipment. porch complete GE central kitchen air screen family pwih room overlooking cree room.?. RANCHETTE nemesttes. too. Appraxlmatety S

AND Model PT-H4. $12*. BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER paneled Fla. Rnx. and Central neat and air conditiontog. ,. acres each. Looted FantasticContemprar Open
heat carpeting drapes.
I BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER 601 S. Main FR 24531 BascbaB Equipment. and 831,500. FR 4-3549. Drive by SOl N.W. 21st PL on N e w b arty Road. Just
Ml S. Main FR 2-8531 and phone us for an apoMment to (500 down 5 years on balance.
Where to Fish 3 BR CCB house en paved street. see the many ether extras.
SWIMMING POOLSBE Built-in oven nice tighter. WESTSIDE new residential swtxflvteton HouseApril
hood. $309 down. 1421 SE 2Sth OFFICE AND HOME 1 opening soon. Acre tots startling contemporary you '

Ads Plus many many more. Ave. Phone FR LISTED. Large frame home : streets now being paved. May we see this superior home o
USED ?; Sun Want JUST tM more about tnte restricted t45 acres In Northwest
be can- yen NI
CAREFREE S bedroom > bam can ; 19.
I HAZEL HEIGHTS verted to office and home. In desirable area outside city limits. Tremendous glass 4 16 -

: Enjoy) a dean and healthy pool. ADVERTISE IN THE Set our 4-be Results 3-batt CCB homo with and tonne
Get. Master Pool Service Inc. room M appointment Price
.. complete M.M. s
Supplies 1 Monthly deanim!I buttt-ta electric sieve and .en ALACHUA INC '
SERVICE DIBECTOBTMR. heat. city utUnies.Wired HOMES
CARki service. Central Alachua ARNOLDREALTY 3 BR 2 bath central
: FR W3630068 2-3171_ for television and tele air conditioning a. n
phone. Large yards completely 1.t
Hazel Heights Is in PARRISHAND Completely b el
CO..N terlor G.E. end

-'0 _-_4- MERCHANT: To place ad in tlu he sewer city line limits.*, dose Equipped to bus stop wWh Realty ASSOCIATES. INC 1219 W. ,. Li 372-3522 dishwasher range Prices start at

'" your low down payment. conventional Associate MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. Associates: Pete Se>g U.m O your lot Cal
.. . .. MemberIWttple listing
Located Northwest
loans. on
F. W. Hedge
\ r Kin Helen Graham Jane CaMwefl
372-844 AveWest of 13th Art T. Smith Broker Wayne 376-6590
tJie Sun section PHONE 39m Jim Sneppard kUUunan
Fun ill Mary
St. shown by appointment Mabel U Gets Associate C Gn Td. PI Charlie Mayo B
.. phone fit 3-3824. 435 N. E. 1st SX Phone 374-I44 I NE Fi S


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49 Business Properties: 44 Cottages for Rent 47 Houses for Rent Tun. 49 Rooms for Rent 61 Wanted to Buy 64 Household Goods HOMESBuilt

r I to your plans and speci I
$ -CLASSIFICATIOINDEX I'I'f. 12 ACRE SHOPPING CENTERI GUEST HOUSE with spacious terrace FURNISHED houses $100 t $110 ,ATTRACTIVE room. with private fications. Built anywhere In
Corner of course .1400 ft. of overlooking natural stream per month. NW 39th Ave. Phone entrance in quiet modem home. WANTED: water cooler. must be NATIONALFURNITURE Alachua County.TOMMY .
of pavement traffic count and on private grounds. Larce 11 v ing FR 2-fS54- Kitchen privileges Ideal for U of priced reasonable and In good
population check indicate Immediate balcony. bed F student. FR -7813. working condition. Call 372-441. WAREHOUSE RIDGEll
MERCHANDISE NEED for this facility. room with fireplace. 2 BEDROOM CCB furnished exL. 20. $-S weekdays. 3622 Beach Blvd. FL 92541
ANNOUNCEMENTS 10.1 Investor's dream at SV- room. bath and kitchenette. CompletelY house. Wall to wall carpet no :3 BLOCKS from campus low summer Open DAILY 9- .Sat. f-o. Sun. 12-6 BUILDERS
I f. An ,
MemerUM furnished. Close to University 2903 N. W. 6th St. Call FR rates. Cheaper by the tri WE BUY .and sell all kinds of fur- I Jacksonville Fla
I U 'Terms tool pets
Tkaais .1 Wanted ,. BuY 00000 whole price and Medical Center. Call FR I nlture; stoves. refrigerators Call FR 2.4125
I Car of CAMPBELL REALTOR. 67749.BR mester. For appointment to see T-A-G APPLIANCESTested
3- lost r...* $Machinery ToelsM ARCH ANYT1MEI 65113.2BEDROOM call, 372041.N. Clothes. radios. TV. etc. Call I
Material Phone 37 -5707 Blvd. and Guaranteed
Services Bnlldlnr with unfurnished 2 732 NW 23rd $9S per FR 2-3W7.
t 4 Personalise 1& HeoseheU Goods trailer mo. .Call McKinney Green. Inc. W. SECTION furnished room 42 Refrigerators from $3* up.
Strive! Ufemailo C3 A.U.sesM 42 Farms & Acreage 2 room cabana. No pets. FR 23617. with air condItioning. use of FENCE WANTED 9 Ranges from S3* up '
"t S Special Notices Mlse. For Sate S4S moQth. Available April 15m.' carport and phone $11 weekly. 17 Washers from SIt up
7 Florista Posts FR 25433. Call 372-4805. Chain link preferred. Redwood I Dryers from $49 up I
Care C7 Trading 48 Houses for Rent UnfurL WATCH FOR
S Baby Sitter. CMM Articles Wanted FORDYCEACREAGE acceptable. I will move If. Phone 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up
Places To Go An* ONE or two girls to share house. FR 67110 after 4 FR 4-1117. 2 Dishwashers from $A9 up IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT i
r j nIB,. T. See .a Fm l 00. W..ds.ze 45 Furnished Aprs. FOR REN unfurnished 2 BR kitchen privileges homelike at 10 TV Sets from $35 up
Marine E
Boat .
house. $40 per mo. unfurnished mosphere. Call FR 2-1054 after 5p.m. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. I'
Cooperative apartments to
71 Ca.Bunt.Ptu 2 BR duplex apt $40 per mo. .
41* NW 8th Ave.PI3725303
AUTOMOTIVEAlrpUae 64 Household Goods be built in Gainesville. For
7! Office E,*lpmart Call FR e7446.FORDYCE.
.s SaJcs-BemUta 33 Mnslcal Merchandise 1 BEDROOM. large living room.. )-FT. wide trailer. 2 BR. Vi per MAYTAG. WHIRLPOOL & KEL- information call FR 62921or
71 MobCo Hornet for Sale Tft and S acre parcels availableat kitchen couple preferred. No RENTALS month. Call FR a-755. VINATORS. New automatic write: I
I 78 Trmwkf tor SaleM this time. Perfect home sites children or pets. Available May REPOSSESSEDCOMPLETE washers from $138.". P. O. Box 13956

Track* Waited FOR SALE northwest location. 1st. FR 2-4857. SEVERAL attractive homes 5 New Refrigerators from $15888.
REAL ESTATE Gainesville Flo.
51-A Wanted To RentPHYSICIAN'S
II TrMten *Track Be.tals PRIVATE newly painted close available and also apartments. : New Freezers from $1395.
taJ* Over SCO acres available! $220.00 Call or Contact For. ROOMS Park
*4 Trailer Re S3 Lots for Sate in. 3 rooms and bath. Hot and New kemaker refrlg. from 2795. University
U Motorcycles Scooters an acre. Fenced and cross fence furnished. Off street dyce Associates Inc. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL
Si Waterfront preertJI ed. A perfect ranch. cold water 924 Un" family of 3 desires 3 FURNITURE Si ,APPLIANCES
W. Ave
AatemefcUe, Repairs parking. No pets. 15 S. W. 2nd 376-1234 THE VARIETY STORE Apts.
33 Dowses For Sale bedroom 2 bath unfurnished Take Over PaymentsSAILOR
AitOBsebUeS for Sate 7 $.E. 1st AvenueFR
I Z IS Cottares For Sate 160 acres for 165.00 an acre. Between Place. UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. Stove home. Phone FR 23021.
M Swap Can 87 Real E.UU EsehmniodSS Newberry and Archer Road. I and 2 bedroom furnished apartments & refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. being transferred out of 4-3484. -- -- -
WANTED furnished house country taking his family with
Seal Estato Wanted some air conditioned. Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 after 5:30. or appart. CHEST $7. youth bed $10. card
EDUCATIONAL S> Out of Town Property Other listings available $95.00 an Summer rates near Universityand P.M. for appt. ment. 2 bedroom, 1 bam. Price him wants someone to take over I table $1, dresser$4 platform
11 Schools InstreetioB 40 Bnslness Properties acre and Medical Center. .914 S. W. $75 to $85. Call W.- T. Grant Co. payments on his furniture I rocker $J, wardrobe $10. play McCOY'SMacoma

19 Mu.e. 41 ResIdentIal Income up.FORDYCE 7th Ave. Phone FR 4-3442 or FR 4 21st RM.Ave.frame. house at 1120 SE 374-4273. : appliances.of sofa FURNITURE& chair In, high consists i' pen $7, baby bed $12. buffet $12.
shady yard. $42.50 per Homes
Wanted-iBstroctle* Farms a 4-2444. Used furniture bought & sold.
4! Acreage month. Call 372-4134. WANTED unfurnished house outsIde grade nylon converts to bed ,
43 Colored Property Rentals ASSOCIATES. INC. 4 BR apt. walking distanceto of city limits. Call between 2 end tables with matching Brants. 513 N.W. 8th Ave. Closed
EMPLOYMENT 41-1 Colored Property Sales I IIS W. Univ. 37 -123& Univ.. hospital and shopping. 3 BR. 1 bath.. 411 NW. 34th Terrace S:00 AJIA. and 4 00 PJA. FR cocktail 2 lovely lamps, reclining Mondays. Inc.For .

17 Work Wanted Male 114 NW 7th Terr. or call 3743825. $110 per mo. Call MCKInney 4-7877 chair 108 sq. ft. of carpet. Sale. very attractive 3-
160 ACRES fenced with good 3 Green Inc. FR 2-3417.
I Work Wanted Female RENTALS 65 Antiques
U 21" CONSOLE TV bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617E.
bedroom CB home land all fenced -
li Sties Help Wanted 3 BEDROOM 1 bath. ."achedgarage. 54 Business Rentals University Ave.; walking
Female Bent and cross fenced, good pasture A NICELY furnished room. con- BEDRM. consists of full size dres-
Mate or 41 For
U Help- Air
conditioner. $100 ANTIQUE ORGAN China distance to Lake ForestSchools.
on goad road. venlent to town & Univ.. Phone ser chest It 4-4 bookcase bed.Boys" $49
U Mate Help Wanted 42 Fnnlined Apts. month. 720 NW. 20th $500
MARY MOELLER FR 4-5911. t SW 10th St. Ave. FR I room consists of set maple cabinet $17. Victorian mirror $10 Price $12,500.
Dromatie 44 DnfnrnUhed Apts. == 1485.. AvaiL May 1. AIR CONDITIONED bunk beds with match I 513 N.W. 8th Ave. down and $79.50 per month.
U Female lisip Wanted 47 Hones for Bent Fern. REALTOR House Trailer 45x8, 2 BR. Swim- NEARLY new modern office or chest. 7 PC. dinette with for. ANTIQUE roll top desk for sale. Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr.
45 Bonses for Bent Vata,.. 101* W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-4471 ming pool. Archer Road Village AVAILABLE- April 25 to Aug 25 location at 3733 West Untv Ave. mice top.. Family size refrigerator Good working condition. Needsrefinlshlng. I Day FR 6-7290. nights FR

FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4' Boomk for Bent 1 160 acre farm with all equipment.Half 3421 SW Archer Rd, Lot C4 near cItypark 3-4 BR... LR, DR.shoppIng.schools. Kit.. Ph. FR 0-2472 Weseman Realty I stove also Included. $125. Phone FR 48844. 4-5015. Office corner N. Main
10 Betel Boom* Ron Clampitt. 1113 N. Main St. "I and 23rd Blvd.
< Ftrm E, lpment '
: $1 MI... Rentals mile paved road frontage. equipped $100 mo. FR 6-2693. ORIG. PRICE $1176
27 Feed Fertiliser2S furnished -
LARGE I bedroom GARAGE space for rent 413 S.W.
Livestock di SoppHest MA Wanted T. Bent Good farms and 6th Avenue. ONE. 3 BR. house furnished $40 BAL DUE $297WKLYPAYMTS
acreage listings. apartment. 417 N. E. 2nd St. Call John Merrill Real-
Landseaplnr Te. "UM SS Boarders Wanted J $45 month. Phone FR.-3985.. per mo., water Included. Available tor. FR 2144. EYES RIGHT!
Pets Supplies 13 Office Deck Spaee I Call Ben Griffin Associate nights and Sunday FR 4-7142. May 1st. 3 BR. unfurnished $2.50No weNEW
U Livestock WantedFINANCIAL fit Boitneis BenUls house VO mo. Hot water OFFICE SPACE for rent. 626 N. money down no payment See real dream living In Shadow HOMES
GLADYS SMITH Realtor 2 BR. 10 x 50' Mobile home heater and water Intruded. Main St. Phone 374-1480 If no tll May. Ask for Sears FurnitureIn Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. .
SERVICE = private fence. 100 x TV lot Available now. Call 485-2342 answer 372-1121. storage at D. Oliver. Bldr.
122S W. University 37253(1
2020 NW 31st. PU Brooker, Fla
Services SMALL Warehouse for rent. Call FR 2-0844
S3 Special Ph.
Bnsmess .
M(7 Mono U Lean SS B.... Improvements FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE No children. $75 mo.AIR FOR RENT a room house. unfurnished Dan Byrd. 3722511. RANGES USED APPLIANCES FROM S3*. S. West en NW 39th Ave. past WALTER

M Mortf fM .. 2* Radio TV Service I RURAL PROPERTIES COND. 8x30 Trailer with ca. 104 S.W. 10th St. Call FR Refrigerators from tttvs. the Glen Springs Intersection. STUBBS

Money Wanted IS Appliance rnralWO ROBERTS C SMITH. REALTOR bana. 2 bedroom. on bus line.. to 6-3830.___ 56 Business OpportunitiesMAKING TV from 139.9S. See sigN .. left. ,

I ----------..--...--- --. _ _ __ U.S. Hwy. ...-Micanopy, Fla town and campus. S60. FR. 2 2>'" 3 BR. Ig. family rm., equippedkit WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELl. I INC.
"- 1flm1urnummnmillunIuLI.m..Lm..J MONEY
Ir.- Ph. 444-3120 / separate dining rnv many THE VARIETY STORE
EAST SIDE built-ins. Large beautiful lot. FROM WATER 7 $.E. 1st Avenue '
35 Houses for Sale BEAUTIFUL building site for the Available now thru August. $135 THE Ice business Is a big bust- FR 4-3484.
35 Houses for Sale family that wants to be outsidethe GARDENAPARTMENTS per mOo 5010 Newberry Road. FR ness..Be the one to own the Par- E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN 1321 NW 16th AVE. I
city limits. A acres 2-5951.. T-lce, Ice vending franchise In
large pines good iLsv your area. High gross profits JR.
N.E. section stove FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 location. Call J. W. Klrkpatrlck 2 BR unfurnished house S.acres with 'nominal supervision. For PHONE 376-5394
3 P.R CCB in oak trees lowdown bathg.. Fla. rrn.g.. utility Agency. FR 2-8404 31 N. Main. $57 per month up of ground near Nursing Home full details call orwrlte: Ml 7- Sun Want Ads Homei. Lots. Income. Bus-
and refrlg. many area, separate living rnv, dining iness and Lake Property I
Gainesville's Finest west of SW 34th Ave. $40 per 4363.-
low monthly
payment 24002.n .- rm.. kitchen, wall to wall car LOS TRANCOS WOODS mo. 4141 NW 12th Terr. Call 376- William' A. Massey & Associates Farms and Acreage. "We Trade Houses"
Call FR 2.4 ACRE wooded tracts west of Get Results
payments. pet ing In living rnv. glass slIdIng Jr.
Furnished or unfurnished 2641 or 374-2930 ask for Mr. 191 W. Fairbanks Avenue E. C. CURLYKUEHN..
1 door leading to 14' x 2patio Gainesville S345 downtotal Lovely 1 and 2 bed/oom apart- Haynes. Winter Park Florida (38 N. MAIN ST.
fenced-In back yard. 132J price SI 120. Drive west on New men?. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 374- FR -2032 Broker FR 654 -
: 1J STORY NE 12th Terr. Slf, OO. berry Road. turn right on SR 9608. For rent. $85 month. 2 bedroom
No.' 241 and watch for sign on house S.E. 72nd St. 2 blocks W.
the right or call anytime, forma WANTED 3 roommates for furnished of Newnan's Lake. Reliable I

38 Real Eafat Wanted to be mailed.. A bedroom.. 2 bath modern party only. Available May 1st.
Lawn Estates
r RED BRICK house S30-S35 mo. Call FR 2-0958. Phone FR 6-2547 after 7 p.m. Shadow WHAT'SBACK
19 ACRES. Southwest and close'to homes that look

town $225 an acre. 1 BR. LR, Kit.. all utilities furnished :3 BR house for ,rent. Inquire at custom-built. U TOil are tiredof
oak floors- WANT TO BUY Ralph Realtor except gas for cooking. 1340 SE 24th Ave. or phone FR homes with that subdivision -
Fireplace- kitchen with built FOSSEY $45 mo 911 NE 3rd Ave. (Rear). 6-5034 House located. at 111 SE look. lee
very large screened 2 'or 3 bedroom home with 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 374-135 FR 2-0989. 4th St F. D. Oliver. Bldr.
In rear
applIances. family room and 2 baths. Kitchen "Selling Florida Since 1904" ,
porch can be converted into must be Central I & 2 BR. 1 blk from campus, rh. FB I- 86t
equipped. 49 Rooms For Rent
Fla. room-rear patio for prlv. 10 ACRE tract. high and dry all air condo optional $74 $101 per West on NW JSth ATe. past I
Must be
acy :3 very large bedrooms. 2 preferred. priced wooded,' 10. miles West of town. mo. Call McKInney Green. Inc. tko Glen Springs! InterseotUn. -- of the
baths Floored upstairs and right with reasonable down payment $30 per acre with easy terms. 3723417. ROOMS fw men.. Weekly maid See alp .n left.
ready to convert into 4th and write to Box :363-A, Call R. F. Glacier anytime. service. linens and refrigerator

5th bedroom or play room- as Gainesville Sun.LISTINGS. ERNEST TEW REALTY 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & furnished 3721185 or 372-1981 f ,
needed. LIKE NEW Inside clean. For married couples on 416 NE 2nd Ave. GROWING
3910 NW 13th St. FR 6-4441
LIKE OLD yard and landscaping WANTEDFordyce ly. Adults no pets. Rent rea
Frankly we wonder If FHA FOR SALE 63 Acres Woodland sonable. Call 37 -7U4.. DESIRABLE single room. adjacent STUDENT RENTALS

did not make a mistake when & Associates Inc. have 21 miles N. of Gainesville Union Efficiency act. water furnished to bath,. use of refrigerator Your Key to Good Living I SUMMER RATES
and phone,
gentleman only. 1414 DEMAND
they valued this property at only Co. Mrs. Elsie Douglas, Worth' I ,
$17,500. with lust $1.000. down You need listings for of new homes and Interesting and lots Ingten Fla. Call$35 per McKinney mo. 3505 Green N.W.Inc.17th FR St.2- N.W. 12th Rd. FR 42895.FOR A HUGH EDWARDS HOMES 1 blk. from Norman Hall i

Including closing costs., In the Gainesville area. Ex. NO RESTRICTIONS 3617. businessman. Large bedroom. available
One turn. apt. now -
NE 10th garage
Ave.may for Drive an past I Idea of the value. ceilent clients are waiting to Small acreage 3Vi miles North of 3 bedrooms bath and vs. Priced private bath Facilities for light others Apr. 21st. for
be Informed of your listing. town all wooded. $oWO to $500 meals. 306 N.E. 7th Avenue.FR I
then call FR 6-2472 for an ao- $75 per month. Students welcome 21708. Colonials from $93 per month
polntment to sea Inside (It looks FORDYCE per acre with terms. Call anytime Water furnished. Call FR One furn bachelors apt In ex-
even better ASSOCIATES INC. 3744441 22907. SINGLE or double room In large elusive home. Living room
Warner W. Weseman-Reattor *2a W. Univ. Ave 37 -123& ERNEST TEW REALTY No cool rooming house. 2 blocksoff O 1 Vi bath homes from $77 per mo. bedroom. bath & private entrlnce. BUTLERBROS.
1113 N. Main St. 2910 NW 13th St. 2 BR. furnished apartment. campus. Kitchen living Rm. .
WANTED to buy houses to be pets. 311 S. E. 8th St. $80 month. & maid service. Call FR 22724. fronts from
Florida modern brick $95
Phone FR o- 941. .
I moved. or to wreck them. Phone 43 Colored
Property ROOMS for co-eds Health Center Furn. rooms for women students.
> BEDROOM. 2 bath central heat 454-1450 High Springs. 2 & 3 BR air conditioned opts, 3 technicians. trImester per month. -
and air conditioning Paved street per .
blks, from. campus. low sum- Call FR 6.4031 after
or $30 per month on W.Univ.
FR 2 Ula. 'I .
$100 down. Phone -
39 Out of Town Property 2 SE&7th 3 Bedrooms Ave Some SE no 14th down 372-0481 ra>r- rates.. For appt. to set ph. Ph. 3744787. 0 Screened porch homes' from "$85 5 p.m. and weekends

WESTMORLAND 3 BR. 2 bath. ment. Some small down pay I lBR furnished apt. living room per month : HOMES?
Ig. kitchen built-In range & ment. Monthly payment $57 to dinette and bath. $75 $80 $85 NICE .
oven. sep. dining room. Ig. livIng 7 ROOM house with bath on lot I l J45. Also homes built on your per month. Phone 374-0787.
room. parquet floors central 0x220. On Main Street In lot for no down payment. ,.' Calif moderns, from $84:per, mo.. lnfflnmllilfflfflimm1ulr..unurrnImmmnhInflNorwood "
I BR. furnished apt.. water fur I Location
heat double carportg. Hampton. Fla. Price $4200. H. Call TOMMY RIDGELL ;
SEPARATE GARAGE .a ..._ ,:; F' ., .
corner lot. 807 NW 40th Dr. F. Jones. 'Builder Phone FR 2-4125 nished. 4141 NW 12th Ter. $40 ,
per mo. Call 376-2641 or 374-2930 2-Bedroom home for lease. Located i

ask. for Mr. Haynes. In nice quiet neighbor. : NO A6EY DOWN VA I and
hood. Kitchen equipped with .
3 room apartment for rent. Middle FrIgidaire refrigerator stove Pay Only $100 Closing I I I"H"
:: age couple or couple with one and flat top hot water heater. ..Hope
I SERVICESHome child. Call FR 2-1383. QualityWhen
Tiled kitchen. tiled baths and I FHA: LOWEST DOWNPAYMENT Inc.
NE location. 1 BR, $40 per mo., 2 shower. Floor furnace with
BR, $75 per mo. Call Joe Mason thermostat. Window air condI- .
374-2472 days. 376-1963 evenings. tioned. Beautiful screened In IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY We Trade Homes I It Comes To
porch. Nice floors. Home completely
MOBILE HOMES. nice and clean. equipped with Venetian. or Property I LOCATION
I And Business paved streets swimming pool blinds. This home Is Ideal for I IEImllllllllImmIIllUU"'IIIIIUIIIl

couples only. Phone 3722290.. small families or retired couple.. Edwards Inc.

NEW 1 SR duplex apt., kitchen More Interested In good neighbors Hugh nlllllHi I QUALITY
$40 month and tenants than amount
equipped. per on a
Bulldozing PlumbingSEWER year's lease. Ph. 374-8372 days, or rent. Call owner at 372-6541. N.E. 16th Ave. &' 15th St. 3721551Hlgniand. The following are ready for We Have Only
I 37 -7327 evenings. I After a call FK .'"4. occupancy. I

SMALL bulldozer. loader. dump INSTALLED $45 efficiency, private bath 8. en- 1115 N.W.4Oth Dr. THE'CREAM
trucks fill dirt lima rock. Top I I I NEW S. used fixtures, complete trance. Also furnished room 3 BR, 2 bath $350 dn. $130
soil. Phone 3727844. |I I plumbing 1 service "BIG" JIMHUGULEY with light hot & cold water. In per mo.
Gainesville PlumbIng best part of city. $35. 321 N.E.

BULLDOZERS a. Dragline Backhoe FR 21589.Remodeling. 3rd St.CLEAN 1115 N.LSth St. I

wheel tractors motor and neat near campus Court 't A grader. Free estimates. W. G. and shopping one bedroomi prefer per mo. I
A Buck) Johnson. FR 6-621t. married tenants. Call any
r i $ervkS time.
1216 N.E. 17th Ave. I
NEED A NEW Florida ,
room carport
Ralph FOSSEY Realtor the swim community
patio screened-In porch.etc. 3 BR 1 bath, $350 dn. sat I
CarpentryWORK 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 374-1359
.? Call now and get It done "Selling Florida Since 1904 per mOo i. I
for the summer months. Call I
wanted desires 372-I04 after 5 P.M. for free I 2 ROOMS and bath, 1st floor ex 1442 NE 16th PI. I
: Carpenter
work. Repairs remodel Ing. estimates. cellent location $60 a mo. Including 1 BR, IV* bath $400 down.

Ph. 24102.Cosmetics. BUILDING most utilities. Adults V t per mo.
remodeling painting
only. Call FR 4-8043.
block and cement work. Good PALM VIEW
1701 H.W. 38th Dr
work. Good prices. Phone 44S- Very clean. nicely furnished 1. bedroom
1872. apartment. Tile bath. $45. 3 BR 2 bath $350 dn. $87 ESTATESNW

733 SE. 5th Ave. FR 4-0444. per mo. 39th Terr. &

An HOUR OF BEAUTY will makea Upholstery AIR-CONDITIONED apartment 1 4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI. NW 16th Ave.
bedroom and patio with cook.
Air ConditioningART "new you" at MERLE NOR. out. Near Medical Center and 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI. I $16,000 to $20,950
MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. UPHOLSTER your furniture at Univ. Call FR 2-3488 or 4-4340. 3 BR 1 bath $500 dn $48
Learn professional make-up reasonable prices. Call Sally. par me.
secrets by trained beauty ex. Experienced. FR 4-9888. 2 BR. welt turn. 1st floor duplex.
conditioning perts. 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR Quiet. near campus. Air cond
303 SE 38th St. ,
(Hot Air-Hot water heating, end
2-3124. Accept 3 mature quiet men
t refrigeration. Ph. 372-14U. 15 SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS students. 374-4494. 304 & 314 SE 39th St. FERNWOOD

Years Experience. POSITIONS' open for ladles in 3 BR. 1 bam $500. dn.. $44,
Gainesville & surrounding areas. MORE space and privacy away per mo. MANOR
For details call or write to Mrs. I do sewing of all from campus clean 2 BR. cca
Appliance Repair & Johnnie Turner. NafL Dlst. DIrector kinds & Dressmaking. Mrs. W. duplex .fenced yard $80 a mo.: 1WillWilWll1IIiIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIPudllulll1llUlllllJ NW 39th St. &

Air Conditioning fiVlvane Woodard Cosmetics C. Asbell. 3434- N.W. 17th Ter-. 37-7813. g 13th PI. :I

phone 37 -1480 or 424 N. race. 3720455.ALTERATIONS. The following are under construction
Main St.FIRE $12,250 to $16,000WESTMORLAND
on women's and will be ready i
HANDYMAN SHOP clothing, also buttonhole 47 House for Rent Furn. I for occupancy soon.
belts. Si dressmaking. CallSewing .4'b v '1 wr
In and Appliance ,
First air conditioning EXTINGUISHERS
repairs. FR 4-C247. 372-891. 1 BR. nouse suitable for couple or 3224 NW 29th Ave.
one person only. $50 a month. 1 BR, 2 bath $750 dn. $102

BENNY ,GRAYFOR FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER CO. Machine Repairs on 2-4742.Hawthorne Rd. I Call FR per me ESTATES

Efficient Quality Sales and Service ,
2 BR. CCB furnished N. E. sec.tlcn. 3236 NW 29th Ave.
AH types of Fire Extinguishers No. 2
Service & Reasonable Rates CALI -SEWING MACHINE SER Call FR 27154.J 3 BR. 2 bath, $700 dn. I" Addition
Pick up and delivery service
CALL 376-4879 VICE CO. 815 W. University The MonticeHoNow
me. NW 39th Dr. &
THE C. R. Thomas Ph. 374-tW Ave. -107S. We repair all BR completely. furnished. house. per

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE Gainesville. Fla. Makes. Worn fully guaranteed. _S45:per month.' 507 SE Ith St. 3301 & 1311 NW 8th Ave.

MEDICAL CENTER 1 BR. CB A-C home.' Largo lot. NW 3Cth Ave. $20,000 to $30,000All
: Tires Alignment Can be seen Sat. Sun. 210
For Your Inspection
EMERGENCY refrigeration and aIr Mortgage Broker Broke Service -_NW 33rd Avenue FR 'e-2795. Open 4 per BR mo.2 bath," $450 dn *fl

conditioning In your homo Free FURN. Room for rent. Prefer

estimates. 24 hour service. Ph. FHA and conventional at lowest orad. student (woman" ) or workIng Don't fail to see this popular model this 3236 & 3224
''' '330. current rates. Terms to 25 VACATION SPECIAL lady. Reasonable rent. FR All City Services

years. Win gladty discuss at no ON famous nationally known Mohawk 6-4077.. week. Over 1 1600 square feet of enclosed NW 30th Ave.
Appraisal Service obligation. Call tumctiow. tires . Save up to 3 BR, 2 bath $400 dn. $80 '
J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor 50% on new tires. See our new COEDS 3 BR house completely fur. with four bedrooms two baths and a per mo.
31 N. Main' St. Ph. FR 1444 wrap around retread that gives nlshed. kitchen equip. $100. mo. : I
B. ARNOLD CalF 374-3305 after 5 Monthly Payment
REALTOR FRED B. ARNOLD more mileage & traction. LatlI paneled Florida room gives your family plenty 3330 & 3320
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL REALTOR __met Tire Co 423 N Main St. 3 BR. living rm., dining rm.. $100 NW 30th Ave. From $74.38
SERVICE FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS per mo 104 NW loft St. Prefer of room to grow! Spacious living room and 3 BR I bath $550 dn $7tJO
PM 372352 WINDOW CLEANING! malt students. McKlnney Green. j I
1210 W.
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 572-3522 Inc. FR 2-3617. separate dining room too. Inspect this big > i. } per mo. I

Auto Equipment WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned AVAIL. May 1st. 3 BR 1 bath
MORTGAGE MONEY one with colonial styling now. Min. Down FHA
SV cent Interest. Terms ton and waxed. houses washed. 10 living rm.. dining rnv, a> kitchen.
per. yrs. experience Free .stbnates. Carport screened porch air conditioner FOR RENT I Nothing Down VA
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & years.BUY Phone FR 25952.Yard central neat, swimming N.E. and 15th St."
Monticello Located
exchanged; Repair kits for pool privileges for sm. fee. Good I =; I
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized Can neighborhood In NE section. $150 l24SE7thSt.38R.lBath.
125 NW 13 St. PIFR 22511 Work I
Hydraulic Jack
Walker Dan per mo. Call 372-7111. or FR 6-
Service Agent. HULL BRAKE Byrd 6201: 1 Year Lease. $100 per Mo.
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA FOR the best take a rest. Osteens ;

Main fR MT and conventional loans. Low Lawn Mowing Service. Free est- ROOF LEAKING? Sales Office Located Ii NW 39th Terr. & I
rates. Terms to 25 years. 122S mat*. Call F It 41417.ADVERTISE SUN PEAKING I
Auto Glass W. Univ. Ave. 372533. There-' svbctMvt for At NE 23rd Blvd. MALL OUR HOMES ARES NW 16th Ave.

FORDYCE and Associates. Inc IN THE quality no service. Call and 11th Terrace OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY f Tel. FR 2.9545 or
AUTO GLASS Is our aMy bus- with low rates and long term Sun Want Ads ESTIMATESALL Phone 372-3471 YOU WILL JUST CALL. 5 I Nights and Holidays i
372-02H FREE
ness.. Immediate Installation loans our specialty. Quick cour 1123 S.E. 4th STREET FR 6.9048
tree pickup delivery. Add teous. confidential service. Cal : WORK GUARANTEED I BUILDERS and DEVELOPERS FR 4-5361 or FR 4-7W 1
beauty & value to your car. 374-1230 or come by m West 15 YEAR BONDED SHINGLES
Get Results II
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. University Avenue. Grace For 2233 S. E. .Hawthorne R'I
323 NW. 4th St. FR -255I. dyce. Realtor. .

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.66 MlscFor$ !...-- .. 66 Mllc.For Sale. f 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 25 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobiles for Sal 85 Automobile for Sale 85 .Aistomobfles- for .Sale- 9zw-- I

I Ford
f WOW you tut enjoy) cooking w'thgas. SINGER reconditioned. new console Trailer and 100' x ISC' lot with RAMBLER Classic. 1943. White S- VW '63 Micro-Bus, deluxe model. .1943 Monza Coupe. stick shift, 2853 .Chevrolet, '51
-Gas range,' used Installed fully, guaranteed. Full price septic tank and welL Will sell dr.. power steering. R&H. Can be radio. heater, curtains low mile- bucket seats $1695. Phone 372- floor shift. radio & heAter 283 engine. VOIKSMGEN Falcon : I
FREE with- our LP gas. $65complete. only 132. &' Buy on easy terms. together or separate.' Phone FR refinanced or take up payments. .age. very clean. Split front 0245 or 3723407. '53 Plymouth motor In 1395. a i
Propane LP Gas' Call 3722051. 2-1075 after S p.m. Excellent cond. FR 2-5992. seat. Price $2.195. Melton Motors good
Archer Road ?hone PR '- 703 N. Main St., FR 6-7571. 1956'2 DR. Ford V-a. A-T. R&H 2, shape. 7$125. Call for appr., between o Fair Jane i I
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FOR SALE bedroom suite dbl. HOUSE trailer 10 x 50', all equip- TRIUMPH TR3.Mint condition. tone paint excellent condition, 37M257.
dresser. bookcase bed & chest men:. H. Bauer, route 301 Red hard top. Michelin tires. 1961 Corvalr Coupe. stick shift $495. Call FR 2-2809. 1955 CHEvY Belair v-. engine. TBirdFord C !
USEDChain; Saws $SO up. New 1 yr. old like new. $125. 1 usedT.V. Hampton. Fla. 130 MPH 38 miles to gallon, $995. Phone 372-0245 A-T. R & H. mechanically : !
4 tip-saws $89.95. We repair good condition needs tubes 1951 Michigan Arrow 35 x r, S344 electric overdrive. $1395. Fed or 372-3407 i FOR SALE 1961 Volkswagen. Portion GOOd tires S400. Call 376-2990 sound after : .
III dial. saws &' $awn mowers. only $5. Ph. '37t-274 or call at eral Quality Homes 4828 NW of equity and take up pay. S p.m.PLYMOUTH. I I
down. up monthly pay 1957 BUICK. new paint Job. $353. ments. Phone FR 61144.I960 .
I ChaIn" rentals. 13th St. 372-5204 Gainesville. MILLERI.V Trucks.
saw McCulloch 3831 .SE 15h SI ments. Total price $1378. Call Phone 372-5928 or 372-3407. U : ) !
I Wisconsin 'and Brlggs Stratton : Arch r 5-2llO or FR M2S4. BRING out the best In your car. 4-door, v-, savoy Plymouth ( CHEVY 54 $9S
.dealer..3411 JtorhJa Saw, -- Co., FR SEWING MACHINE: Singer Automatic i Superior Auto painting & body 1962 4 dr. Galaxie 500. Ford. $1695. heater stick shin. $900. See at FORD 52 : BROWN The Unexpected from : :
Zig Zag. drop-in cams 1106 N.E. 9tt Ave. orcall FR 2-
button holes monograms sews I 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE work. Fast dependable service Phone 372-0245 or 372-3407. 1644. FORD FORD so l1SO 1030 E. Uar. .-urua PertMustang '& i
J. CLOSE OUT SALE I paymentsat I free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'SBODY pick up truck: 1265 FR2-3582
on buttons. Take up WORKS, 2031 NW 6th St. CASH for your old car. H & H Motors Al Herndon ,], S.E. !
1960 Ford Suntlner convertible, dOts St. i
On Wallpaper. We I Ron $? !! each call 372-2051. FORD lvs7 Vi Ton pickup.V4.near .
FR 6-9707. 1636 SE 3rd Ave.
new top 8. new paint fob. $995.
HARPER PAINT CO. new tires. Solid grey finish. Wl ELECTRA 225 convertible. _ _
busI- --
GOING out of the building 4 Phone 372-5928 or 3723407. :
10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366 and S33. per cent Financing. Shaw CLEAN Oldsmobile station wagon. $108 CASH for 1953 Ford sedan. Excellent shape. PS. PB, PW so !
Will sell all kinds
size ness. of doors for Vi price. Also & Keeter, 23a W. Univ. FR 2- 1958. Excellent condition. Reason- 143COMET, 4 dr. Custom, $1593. New motor & 4 new tires. Phone radIo. he.ter White wills. Load- ,. ;
'I ELECTROLUXSOLO door locks and hinges. Various 0501 ably priced. FR 2-4449. Phone 372-5928 or 37234C7. FR 21021. edl Call UIO FR and 2-Uq take over payments. GAINESVILLE Oa Display Friday !
and fixtures tonlghtJ April 171SHAW
t 184. Now $49. Like electrical lights 80
new. Tractors fir Truck Rentals
Guaranteed. also lalousies and awnings windows If a FALCON station wegonj AUTO SALES
and various types of mould- R & ". JI'27SSe after 5:00 : :
CO. Ing. FR 4-084S between 10 AJA. RENT a truck one-way anywhere 3911 S.E. 15th St. 1007 N. Main 6-
FR 142U. St.
712 N. Main FR -7110 or 6-1117. and 6 P.M.merely. In the USA., from United Rent- Phone FR : I
Ails. 625 NW Ith Ave. FR 6-2835. 2.6313
model Frfgldaire. Clean. excel DONT brighten your car.petsBlue 87 Automobiles Wonter Northcentrol Florida's KEETER "
.. __
Lustre them eliminate /
lent condition. $150. Call FR
, rapid resolllng. Rent electric
__6-0844 after 5:30. 230 W. University
shampooer $1. McOanlell Wanted. 19SO thru 1954. Fords Independent Dealer r I
UTIUTYTRAILER. Wide wheels Furniture Co. Gainesville Shop- SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP and Chevrolets. '16 SE4th .- FR_2-0503
straight axle.. good condition. ping Center. Your ear's pep aV power show St. Al Herndon Service Station. U------ ; I
__$78_ Call FR -C866 after 5:30. up with a tune-up at BROWN'S

REMINGTON 12 ga. pump. 30 GOOD FR 4-CM.used refrigerator, $60. call SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed =-.-------.-.--.-- --_ _-_.-_-- -_ ; I
Inch. barrel full choke cleaning recapping & wheel alignment. -

_kit condition.shells 175.and 377-1248 case. Like new HOOVER _80, N. Main. FR 6-4310. DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS I NEW 1964 GMC

Upright new $49.95 used $39.95. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE
f US JO cal. Ml carbine new con- AND :
dlt Ion with 30 rds. of huntingammo. Llk fleW. POOLE-GABLE
I ,. DeVtlle.
S7 Call FR 2-8248.
everything. $550. 1804
THE best costs less. Broil with 712 N. Main. FR 4-7110 or 4-1117. N.W. 38th Terrace. Phone 372-0481. MOBILE HOME SALES INC. 119 SE First Avt. ASPICKUP TRUCKS
your broiler door closed no 372-4343
smoke or fumes In your kitchen. BRAND NEW CHEVROLET 1960 Impala. 2dr.. I
Call Fullgas your Phllgas dis hardtop, power steering, radio. ;_ -
tributor. 4-5392. ,," UNIVERSAL ZIG ZAG heater, power glyde transmis LOW
makes button holes appliques _slon. $1050. Phone FR 6-6950. CELEBRATES THE FOR THE CORRECT $175 Down
FOR SALE West. washer deluxe
fancy stitches. sews en buttons.etc. CHEVY 56. 2 Dr., V-a. A-T, WoW AS
air cond. window fans TIME
couch range various ether turn. Come Only $88 or $6.50 3761075Free per mo11.1 _heater, J20X Call 375-7915. :
W. Univ. Ave.
see and make offer 1311 NE delivery' within 35 miles. 63 CHEVY Impala convertible, in ((3WND FR 21411Courtesy
20th PI. 372-2341. ,, good condition assume pay- 5633 Per Month including tax titla
ments of $71 per mo. Call FR
MILL ENOS HENDERSON'S 70 Boats-Marine 441(9.if ( Of
-2877 between AM. & 4 P.M.
MILL STORE, U. $. Hwy. It. life Insurance, financing charges. '
Crystal River, Fla. Only 1 \ REGAL LANXER Cabin Cruiseiad CHEVY 54. 2 Dr. hard-top, RiH University Chevrolet I
fir. 15 mlru from Gainesville. '. trailer. Phone 2-548. \S-S. 348 engine, $49:. Call FR OUR FERN PARK SALES LOT N. Main St. at 16th Ave. NO GIMMICKS Can be bought at these .
Literally' TONS OF TOWELS _* 803, 803 N.W. 36tl1 Ave.
and MILES OF FABRICS. 1. CORRECT Craft Inboard. 135 terms! 2-doxen in stock to choose from. -.
Selection Quality Price. Irregular HP Grey Marine' engine, boat CHEVROLET, 1955 4drcylin WITH
bedspreads beautifuland and trailer. $1,000 cash. Phone der radio. heater, powergllde THESE TERRIFIC BUYS Tropical Pontiac
one third off. Lovely carpet PR 20243.12FT. transmission, tutone green and LOOKINGFOR
ends. Three fourths off. First v-bottom plywood boat. white finish. Reduced to S333.
Cabin Crafts 4 per cent FinancIng Shaw & CUSTOM EXPANDABLE
quality carpets and Bottom fibcrglassed. Trailer. GMC Truck Center
rugs. and Pepperell sheets. and Ski Equipment Keeter 238 W. University Ave.
25 H. P. Motor
339 Throw,. rugs $1.98 up. Tel. 795. $250.00 376-5901 after ':00 FR 20503.CORVAIR 2 or 3 Bedroom Mobile Home1iWN VALUE? 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 23582Haven't

P.M./ or anytime weekends.20'CABIN Monza. 'A3, equipped ..
TYPEWRITER S10 adding machine cruiser with trailer. with radio, heater, white side SEE THESE
tit, weter skis $8 window 40 HP Mercury. Sleeps 3. Many wail tires. 1,000 actual miles.
fan It. boat ladder $2. lawn extras. Phone FR 23357. Assume payments small equi
mower $2 T.V. set tlf, books ty. Will consider older car for 59 CHEVROLET
3 cents ea., records 1 cent ea. 14 FT. Penn-Yan' boat I. Gator equity. Call owner at 372-8441, Impala 4-door hardtop black
radio U. Gainesville's busiest trailer In excellent condition. A ext. 33 8-5 weekdays. with red Interior. V4 automatic You Heard ?
little .to,.. Brants. 513 N.W. tth bargain. After 5:00 P.M 103 SW power steering
Ave. 2nd Place. DODGE ROYAL. 1955. '- oor, V-8. power
brakes radio
automatic. Radio and heater. S and heater
MAALOX ............... 17 cents LONE STAR fiberglass 14' new tires. Excellent condition. white walls.
Lady Brooke Shoe color v.l.2t. BRAND NEW 25 HP electric $350. Phone FR 68080. Custom Decorated

W Central ODI'S Plaza PHARMACY(next to Wlnn start.trailer.generator.Excellent Gator buy Champtilt $ '*. FORD. XL 1963, 10.000 miles, A.T.. Completely Furnished $4995 $1045 1964 RAMBLER
R H, P.S., bucket seats. small
Dixie) For prescriptions & cos Fit 2-3241. -
metlcs. I. D. L Drugstore.ALL equity, assume balance. Phone Delivered and Set-Up 57 CHEVROLET
Office Equipment Belalr 4-door V-I automatic
FORD 1956. must see to appreciate radio and heater. !-
Double else stack to buy complete.115. Brants.NothIng volume office fore 1307 E. Univ. Ave. be- 57'xlO' 2 or 3 Bedroom tone paint white walls. Power The Lowest-Priced American-Built car.
(13 N.W. 8th Avenue. GAINESVILLE'S largest $:00 p.m. steering power brakes.
DINETTE chairs bedroom furniture supply Equipment dealer Co. Invites you FORD V-I ,automatic 1959. 4-door transmission.Fairlane 500.Radio $745 Delivered at Ridgwoy Motor Co. for
Ultramatle Caloric gas to come In and shop or call for
heater. Good condition. 1773 .
Stove, almost new. Very reason- free delivery. Chesnufs Office Phone FR 62969. E 1 -
_able3760410.T.V.'S Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ.Ave. 57 DESOTA i only:
In Downtown Gainesville. Ford 1954 stick shift. Excellent J-door hardtop. Automatic,
USED S29.9S up. portable, table condition. $395. H & H Motors. iF-I radio, heater, .power steerIng -
0. consoles, guaranteed. Anten 73 Musical Merchandise 1434 S. E. 3rd Avenue. power brakes. 2-tone
na's optional. College Radio. FR LANCER 41, mod-770 4 Dr. s-stlck : paint. 4 brand new white
0-7731. new tires, 39.000 mL BaL $960. walls.
LOW square-shaped Walnut table ORGAN SALEOf _Mr. Balwin 3764404. $176300
110; table lamp new. Ml gold Christmas Left overs. All MERCEDES .180 Sedan $1095 $795
scatter rug $3; Call 374-4444 new organs. Savings up to 30 HILLMAN 59. Sedan. $395 both
per cent. Earl's Piano Co. with all extras, and In excellent Completely Furnished
rebuilt washing machines 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222_ condition. Call FR 4-OM3. Belalr 4-door,. V-8 auto- PLUS TAX. TAG TITLE

dishwashers, refrigerators and SPINET Piano used. bench Mahogany$395. MORRIS MINOR, 1960, 4-dr Delivered and Set-Up $3 8 9 5 tiatlc. Radio, heater. 2-tone
finish with matching
appliance repairs cart Dan at FR
heater red leatherette Interior. paint. White walls.
40267Al Grldlev Music Co. FR 25353Automotive __ Solid white finish, local one own DOWN PAYMENT Top Trade-in Allowance I
er. $343 t per cent Financing.Shaw $695
First in appliance repairs. & Keeter 238 W. University 3 LOCATIONS -
Ave., FR 2-0503. Easiest Possible Terms. I
ALMOST new large electric range, FERN PARK OCALA
ISO. -Crosley electric refrigerator ,
MG-TD Roadster,
1953. 2
( $45. or. $80 for both. Almost tires, new. 0.5. 17 .2 a Mllea North .* 441 2MileeCset441: .
Homes for Sale needs engine repairs.Sound 56 FORD
77 Mobile PHONE
new record player $.40or exchange PHONE
body, must sell. $400. Call eit.aiee Ph... 77.5331f
for tape recorder. Will 376-8160 anytime. W-ton pick up. V'", radio, Your New Rambler is
pay -tome difference for right TWO bedroom nouse trailer $900 teeter, 4 new tires.
reeocder.' Call FR 4-4135. one bedroom house trailer $750. OLDS 1960. 2-door. factory stick.
Can be rented. Phone 374-8234 Good cond. $875. 1954 OLDS. $345
BICYCLE good condition. Monday to Friday to S. Good running cond. $200. Ronnie Waiting for You at:
Phone FR 22573. 325 N. Young 372-5097. -
W..7th Terr. -- -- -- --- -
10x50 Mobile home and 50x100 Roulerson
DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY lot $..195. 1 mile S. of Palnes
Chain, low as $8. No money Prairie. All Slate Mobile Homes. Ridgway Motors
down, low as .$3 per: month. FR 4-3052. Motors -
Free estimates pickup and delivery -
service. All work guaranteed 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD
OJJMIM i U H 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433
heater 30 gal. 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South 3725285Home
excellent condition. Save money. Gainesville 372-5113 of A-l Used Cars
See It. Make reasonable offer. Call
3764790.GOODhearingIs Hours I to I. Sunday 11 to 7 CARSTRUCK.JEEPSRAMBLER
Service Is a must with us.
on* ef-y ur-most ,
valuable assets. Don't neglect I It. NOW SHOWING
AID'"CO. today. 620 N. Main St. 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor
FR Plans. Terms tailored to meet Barkley MotorsTOPCONDITIONED
4OWS.ART your budget. Drive a little and TRADEINSARE
BOOKS save a lot at
FAMOUS ArHst course set of 4. CONNOLLYMobile CLEANER
Call"'FR 2- 528 after 4 p.m. Home Sales. Inc.
2 Miles North on U. S. 441 BETTER CARS
INTERNATIONAL Harvester refrigerator -
Phone 422-8144 B & G MOTOR CO.
$40. GE range $40. Closed Sundays I I S

BcAUTIiUL Both.Inston In 51-2551 good emerald condition.after cut 4:30.Call solitaire Eye 40MODELS American 62 RAMBLER Station Wagon. radio

diamond ring. Appraisal value heater, standard trans I

2-1570 S700,' will after sell 4 pjn.STRAWBERRIES for.less. Call FR OM DISPLAY TO CHOOSE 64 OLDS 98 62 OLDS 98 60 CADILLAC 59 CHRYSLER mission. $1395 --'Ve'JfTV' --= _-? sr-.v--

for sale. 25 cts. SMALL FROM LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT.PRICES Town sedan. Air.c Hardto/iseda/ !'. Air-cond. Sedan or Sedan Oe Vine New Yorker. Hardtop

quart you pick them. Just off Electric windows 6- seat.Tan with beige Interior. models. Choice of three. coupe. Alr-cond.. full 62 RAMBLERAmbassador

Lawtey and State Farm road. TRAILER MART low mileage. White. 330 owner. S Id 6- serv- Air-cond. fully equipped power, autronic eye. 400. wide bucket AND SAVE-SAVe-SAVE!

PORT. Elec. air compressor-paint Hwy. 17. Phone 328-1050 Horse power. Impeccable Icer B Ci G. 6- reacts' to give.years of $1195 seats. Automatic transmission,
pray gun $35. Port. Elec. cement OPEN WEEKDAYS caftsmanshlp. 7$27'9.5 satisfactory service. radio. heater, AIR CONDITIONED -
mixer $20. Nice 7* work. UNTIL 9 p.m. Luxury. power steering power
bench with drawers $10. Sm. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 5.0 GMAC Financing. _ $2595 steering power brakes like ..

dash.boat steering$18. Baby wheel bed 8.t>mattress magoh. EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA $AVE 62 PONTIAC VOLKSWAGEN new.. 64 T-BIRD, Landau, fully equipped

SM. Elect, ref. $15. Other Items. Bonneville hardtop sedan. 60 CADILLAC Radio. $2295- including- air conditioning $4995 ..,
3130 NW 10th St. 374-143 after 5P.M. $ -
WYATT- Air-cond. Full 895 "
pOwer. Sed Wh't SPECIAL 62 FORD 64 -
CHEVROLET Super Sports 4-speed
63 OLDS 98 Green with solid ,
MOBILE HOME CENTRAL AIR leatherLOW PRICE. -- _ Gataxle 500'r,
t hardtoo. trans. 2,500 actual miles. Bucket
CONDITIONING SYSTEMS BY Trailer SalesHome Sedan. Aid-cond. Luxury ette sea s. 58 OLDS 88 Radio heater, i lutomltlctrlnsmlsslon.

Phone COLEMAN.Dan FR '4-0247. &quality.Sold&servic2695 $1995 seats, radio, heater. Save1..5,3095!

of __ __ Sedan Aircond.. -
A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP edbyB&G.5.5% $1695 -
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First In Appliance/ Repairs Pacemaker Shasta and Mobile Airstream GNIAC FinAncing. 60 OLDS 98 $695 59 RENAULT DaTiphine. Extra, extra

LADIES luggage. 3 piece set 't3. Travel Trailers' 61 CADILLAC 61 RAMBLER clean. . :
. . . $695
Piano bench. $10. Rattan living Ocata's First Mobile Home $AVE Sedan De Ville Air- Hardtop I n.
room suite 4 pieces. $100. Ph. Dealer Since 1a cond. 58 IMPERIAL American station wagon. Co-
372-2430 after 4 p.m. 1923 Sliver SprIngs Blvd. _ _ condo Full power. White ulpped with automatic transmission -. 63 CHEVROLET, Sport Coupe extra
white.A '
with black 6- white finished In
Phone 2f-13SI in9695
BEAUTIFUL. colorful mounted Ocala. Fla. 63 OLDS 88 terior. Southampton hardtop very pretty car. Economytool clean. Low mileage . .-. . $U95
sailfish. ,'r. By Al Pfleguer. _ _ sedon. Alr-cond. Good,
MiamI., Box.Fla.1490 Only Hawthorne 116,. The Rd.Tackle IT'S FOOLISHto Sedan. Ald-cond., cruise; $2995 60 OLDS 88 solid buy. $995 63 CORVETTE, Sting Ray, hardtop and

33 cal. standard supermattc. pay pay less.more.GET RECKLESS THE REAL to I brakes control, &power windows.steering. _ _ Convertible. $895 soft tops .._. .... ., . . .$3995
Citation PistoL Bull barrel. Extra
FACTS. Payments as low as 61 CADILLAC
magazine like new. $30. FR with S300 down. $15'95 59 FORD S6 FORD Fairlane
S-3231 after S p.m. \S3M per month $2995 Convertible. Alr-cond. S8 LINCOLN 4dr. sedan. Extra

LEAVING TOWN must sell my Mobile LAKE Homes GENEVA Sales Electric windows 6- seat. Capui h.d. topcoupe. Ex. top.Skyllner Fully Retractable equipped Including hard clean . . . . $595
144 Automatic Zlg Zag Sewing RI. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia. Black' luther Interior. 60 BUICK automatic transmission

Machine. Makes In fancy$12 stitches cash. usa FLEETWOOD. 10x45. 2 bedroom 63 CADILLAC One owner. Imlda. Hardtoo sedan... eeUent. radio heater, power steer. I 55 FORD, Convertible, auto. trans.,

with pick Phone: vp drop 372-2031.payments cams.of $7.42 '1. Paradise, awning Trailer and Court.fence $2500.00 FR 2- -t Sedan DII Ville. Alr$2995 $1395 $795 discount ing. Come, before buy this we at recondition a big radio, ,heater Good top i. . $595
3270. condo Autronlc eye, fully _ _ It. USTJNHEALEY '
62 Mark 1 II$ 3000'
JR CONDITIONER. LIKE NEW equipped. White with 57 CADILLAC $475 ,
BTU certified by Admiralto Only a left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES 61 OLDS 98 60 CHEVROLET !
23.001 cool 1708 sq. ft. Mounts In SAVE to tlJOO dark blue Intetlor. Low r-cond. I roadster . ., . . . .$2095
window\ flush with wall. Call BANK FINANCINGNEW miluge. Hardtop coupe. Air-cond. Bel Air hardtop sedan. ,

374-5244 Other hours between 374-859* A.M.or..37431.S P.M. Town, .10'. Country wide mobile Trailer homes Sales $49'95 Beautiful Inte r ler.white ExceptiONl1y with blue V8.brakes.Pwoer steering 6$895 61 RAMBLERAmerican 3 63 FORD Galaxie! 500 hardtop. ,Low

3J40 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 2-22tCI. 4-dr Sedan I mileage. CreamPuff . . $2495

Sun Want Ads U* Troplcraft.! 25 h-p. elec. start _ nice ca$ $1295 57 OLDS
trailer. Excellent for I $895
motor. and
wind- 2195 I 63 PONTIAC, 2dr. hardtop, loaded
Gulf ft lake fishing. Top. 63 BUICK Alr-cond.
Get Results shield/ and fold out seats. $500. -.-- 60 CORVAfR i 60 FALCON2dr including factory air . . .$2995
See after 4 p.m. 4UI NW 36th St. Eectra 225 hardtop $395
61 OLDS SUPER 8 I Sedan. Clean and ready to '
sedan. Air-cond. Fully Sedan radio heater stick
62 CHEVROLET 4dr. sedan.
!:f equipped. White. Super 88. Hardtop sedan. shift. I gol SAVE. Impala

Power steering. 56 CADILLAC I $795 Air conditioned too! . . .$2295

YOUR CHOICE! $3595 $1895 _ _ Coupe De Ville. }Jr- 60 CHEV 60 CHEVROLET, Impala 4dr. sedan. ..

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59 -passenger station wagon automatic Cleanest one in this area . .$1695
.63 FALCON 61 CORVAR! Local$445 I transmission radio heater.
s. Afr-cond. This to a very clean carl
StatIon wagon. Compact Sedan. Radio and t'1cater, Iy owned car. Sold 6I _ _ $1395 63 FIAT, 1100-D 4-dr. sedan Radio.
4-dr. $1395
61 MnEOR. Wagon . $595 I Radio economy, heater& handling standard auto trans. White. serviced outstandinq by car.B 6G.. An 55 OLDS 98 :\ heater . . . . .$1295

6J STUDEBAKER. hlft. Can. $1 0'95 Hardtop sedan. AJr-cond. 59FORD9passenger '
".eI,.. $1995 60 COMET 4-dr. $1045 $1995 station wagon equipped 58 FiAT, Spyder . . . $795
1795 295 with automatic transmission
62 STUDEBAKER. 59 DODGE. 4-dr.. $745 61 FORD --_ radio heater power 61 FALCON (2 to choose from) 2dr.

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_4.dr. . $1195 Galaxie hardtop sedan. 59 OLDS 55 CADILLAC ditioning.steering. Plus Enjoy) Factory the summer air con In ond4-dr.Shcrp1! . . .$1295
59 ,
62 CADILLAC Air-cond.: Power steer- Super 88 hardtop sedln. comforts

61 VW. 2-dr. $1395 Wigon. air. $695 Sedan De Ville. Air-cond. ing. AI-cond. Electric winSedas. $995
dows. Beautiful white : :
62 UNCOLN. 59 PLYM.. Wagsia $395 $3795 $1295 blue. Immaculate 6200- 59 FORDGalaxie I I Test the Sunbeam "Imp" ..

4.clr. . $3995 terior. -
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59 FORD. 4.clr. $695 -- 55 OLDS I 500 4-dr hardtop. AutoI I Imafic
61 FALCON. 2-dr. $1395 62 CADILLAC 61 DODGE 1195 radio heater new tires.A I 16 Unique Sports Car features :
Hardtop secan. cream puff. PRICED TO I
59 FORD. 4-dr. $395 Station wagon. Pioneer I
61 COMET. 4..1r. $1495 Fleetwood sedan. AIr- model VB RadIo heater $345 SEW 0 Racing style engine

59 CAD.. 4-dr. $%250 cond. Low mileage. Top auto t"rons:, powr steer 59 BUICK $995No

51 COMET. 4dr. $1495 Cadillac sedan model. ing. A ood. foli
59 CHEV.. Wagon $99S. Very luxurious. 55 OLDS

51 RAMBLER. 53995 $1395 ir-c$1195 Sedan. I Down Payment I 5,000 mile service Interval

Wagon . $795 57 ENG. FORD
Coii,. . .. $345 -- $150
-- $395
57 FORD. wagon
.61, COMET. '4-e1r.-.$1195. -5TMGAroedster $745 62 CADILLAC Station wagon. Roomy. 59 CHEVROLET 57 PLYMOUTH $395 5.

(I 61 FALCON, 4-dr. ,$195 Sedan. Alr-ccnd. Power Economical G. l dio. Impala. Hardtop sedan. 54 BUICK 57 CHEVY. wage $595 I

56. fORD. Wagoa $195 wind.3ws & seat. heater, auto trans. V8. Sedan. 59 RAMBLER waf. $595 I

51 FALCON, 4-dr. $995 $3595 $1095 $995$150 57 PLYMOUTH $495 : :
51 HILLMAH, 54 CHEVROLET $150 ; P.O.E.

6l COMIT .4.elr. l1tS- Weo. :. $11' I

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Crane Wcoln-: Mercury RATED Cadillac Oldsmobile Dealer G. W.Warranty. CO. the Auto Game Barkfeys the Name"

I : Used Cars NEW CARS: 115 SE 2nd Sr . FR 67515J 1132 S. Main St. 2201 N. Main FR 2-4373

r r'f"f"5f6 S.- Main St. '"' FR 2-4251 USED CARS: 2001 NW 13th St. . FR 6-7515 I FR 2-8433 I

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Pawley blamed the-"Kennedy;'AUchua County, Florida. Intends toi c>r cfe' ...rt iv t so Wet shall 'be voW. 34: years aid. -
'register said fictitious name under the TOMMIE HURST. t ..
Electrical Kerns
'l Small fuv
'Inaction'MIAMI administration for failure of the provisions of the aforesaid Statute. M the Last Will tat adapters. bushings. Condulets.

Cuban Exiles Hit V. S. Bay of Pigs'invasion just three I I day Dated of Gainesville.A.D., 1964.Florida this 1st Jonah Testament Frazier of deceased Plumbing meters. curb- Few cocks.Items. L .. water

years ago. It [could have been Owners: BARTON & BURWELi.Attomevj Hardware One Item chair glides.
Nathan Pozln. Jean Pozin Sol for Executor Paint /Mostly color toners and flat
won, he said.. Pozin. Mildred Pozin 212 S. E. 1st Street varnish.
(AP) Republican polaris-type missiles pointed at ,within three miles" of eastern he was starting ,the Alliance for (3212) 1:2.9. 14 23. Gainesville Florida Refrigeration -Bonnets. elbows air"

leaders conducting a Latin the United States. 1 J. S. shores.He Progress Pawley said.I LEGAL NOTICEThe IN THE, COURT OF THE COUNTY ((3265) 4U.. 23. 3D; 5:7 Automotive fitters. Odd sized small and
missile has that elimination of University of Florida will receive JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIN LEGAL NOTICE large vehicle tires and tubes oil
said the a com-
American policy hearing heardan Panel members in a nation- say bids for the general class of commodities IDA. The University of Florida will receive seals; wheel kits etc
of miles which is munist regimes must be a as Indicated below. Interested bid- PROBATE.IN bids for Surplus Property on a Lot Basis
exile charge Fidel Castro has wide series of "Party to People"meetings range 1,200 pre- Items
ders obtain forms specifications RE: ESTATE OF i In a where Is. as b, basis. This Group 2 Used :
voiced demands I ess than the U. S. polaris missile lude to the Alliance for Prog- and other Information by contacting the JONNAH FRAZIER, sale has been approved In accordance Sheet isher, metal equipment machine, L shrink e., plan-e r.
States Rights Wednesday one-the-site and which can be launched tm- ress." Hall Purchasing University Division.of Room Florida 1M Gainesville Tigert- To All Deceased.Creditors and Persons Having I with Bids to Section be opened 273.07. 2:00 Florida P.M.Statutes., April heavy duty lacks, cafeteria tables
missile inspection in Cuba lerwater. Florida. Claims or Demands Against Sals Estate :30 164. Interested bidders may obtain and wooden display cases.
NOTICE OF INTENTION 44 Meat and. Staples bids open every : I bid forms Bid M-S-3) and other Information Group 3 Air Force Bush Jackets
Candidate In called for a Cuban government Penabaz displayed a map TO. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Tuesday 10:0044Hospital You and each of you are hereby noI I by contacting the Purchasing 440 (New Air Force Cotton Bush
Pursuant to Section 845 09, Florida Supplies bids tified and required to present any 1 Division Room 104 Tiger Hall Jackets sizes between 34./ .
in exile; and"blasted the administration f showing; the alleged site of the Statutes notice Is hereby given that Monday 3:00a open every 'Calms or Demands Against Said EsI I University of Florida, Gainesville Flor- 2480>> (Used Air Force Cotton Bush 1
Morals Case for not the Fi- miles the undersIgned University Inn, doing T. N. WELLS er of you. may have against the estate ida. Ext W Jackets sizes between 34.44.
toppling lolem' less than 100
II business under the firm name of Discount .T.. N. Wells of JONNAH FRAZIER. deceased. I Group 1 New Condition", Never Used. (3263) 1:14.23
del Castro regime. from Florida. Liquors of Gainesville 101 S.W. Director of Purchasing late of said County. to the C o u n ty i
NASHVILLE, Tenn. AP- 13th Street Gainesville Alachua County (3230) 4:9. 14NOTICE Judge of Alachua County Florida at
Fernando Penabaz, exiled Ha- Sen. Thruston Morton of Kentucky Florida. Intends to register said fic- his office in the court house of said
The National States Rightsparty's titious name under the provisions of OF INTENTIONTO County at Gainesville, Florida within
nominee vana lawyer, asked the GOP t tgroup' .and. Earl E. T. Smith, for- the aforesaid Statute REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME eight calendar months from the time of
presidential gathering'material for a ner ambassador to Cuba, urged Dated at Gainesville; Florida, this 1st. Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida the first publication of this notice. Each 0 f
John Kasper, has been charged day of April. A. D. 144. Statutes-' notice U hereby given that claim or demand shall be In writing
national platform: a Cuban government in exile. Owners: the undersigned. University Inn doing and shall state the place of residenceand
with contributing to the delin- Nathan Pozin Jean Pozin. Sol business 'under the firm name of Discount post office address of the claim I
of a 13-year-old Negro "What is the government doing William Pawley former ambassador Pozin Mildred Pozin Package Liquors of Gainesville ant and shall be sworn to by the claim
quency Peru (3211) 4:2. 9. 16... 23 1901 S. W. 13th Street. Gainesville. ant agent attorney. and any such claim
about the existence of the I to Brazil ,

girl.Kasper deadly Golem II atomic missilein aid; he recommended to the late I .
was charged Tuesdayon
Cuban waters"around El Fra- ]President John F. Kennedy, before
a warrant signed by thegirl's
ile, north of Havana Province?" j: Russians had bases In Cuba
Penabaz said he was told t io: overthrow Castro by U. S.
Charles W. Deweese, an em- nivdenioirni
about the missiles by diplomaticand J military force.Kennedy .
ploye at a garage here owned ,
and. said no he didn't
underground sources by ,
by Kasper, was charged
fellow refugees. He did not say ,want bloodshed, but that instead 4
attempt to have carnal know- I
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had nuclear warheads.:
they i a
ledge of the girl. i iJ iO
Penabaz said 'Golem II is de-
Police officers said the

charges grew out of an incident signed to be launched from the 1 ..'
ocean floor. It. can be launched
Saturday night at the garage.i
Kasper and Deweese denied' by a submarine or by the Cuba- % .
based Russian trawler fleets'which
the charges.
I sail with great impunity Paid Advertising new

Pursuant REGISTERED to Section FICTITIOUS. 845.09 NAME Florida i I L J
Statutues, notice Is hereby given that
the undersigned, Douglas J. Scott and t'A4tJ
Alene S. Markham doing business un-
der the firm name of Pinewood School 4 DAYS ONLY .
of Gainesville. Florida 1704 NE 9th .
St. Gainesville. Alachua County. FlorIda .
Intends to register said fictitious
name under the provisions of the aforesaid '
Statute. SPRING I. 4c

Dated at Gainesville. Florida, this
14 day of April, A. D., 1944. .Spandex t
(3244) 4:14, 23, 30 5:? CLEARANCE'SALE! t

The University LEGAL of Florida NOTICE will receive Can't ride up N 3 sue.

bids for the general class of commodities .
as Indicated below. Interested bid- I NOW
ders may obtain farms specificationsand 50 COACHES MUST GO down
other Information by contactingthe or pull : ; .'
Purchasing Division. Room 106. TI- I New 1964 Mobile Homes II
pert Hall University of Florida. Gainesville I
Florida. 52' x 10' 3 Bedroom t because
special I
"4-Meat and Staples bids. open every .
Tuesday 10:00 Completely Furnished
44-Hospital Supplies bids\ open every .
Monday 3:00 "action insert' i' n. t .ayt.
4--45 Electron 'Microscope 10:30 May $349500
4. 1944 r
44-44 Lamps and 'Wiring Devices :
10:30 April 30. 1944 moves as ,. 'f ,
4-47 Modulator-Demodulator Units .
10:30 May 5. 1944
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4-4l Ortyt Greenhouses 11:00 May 5. '
1944 Wide Selection of 2 Bedrooms you move !, I :, '
44-4? Add 12 x 14 ft. room to U of F 7\ ,/ '.
building. 1944 at Sanford. Florida 2:00 Maya Stop In and See Walt Johnson --<<"

Director T. N. of Wells Purchasing ALSO ,. SALE !

(3261) 4:14 23OFFICE "Action-Insert" in the back
Used Spartan Mobile Home -. ,. .

EXPENSESDo 36', x 8'2 Bedroom' $159500 r ; stretches legs stay In so place waistband,and SUMMER STRAWSREG. I

you really want to save en ConditionedNAME
them Have you made on effortto j Firming front and back panels
do so this year? We have I 4.88
grade 20 No. letter site Mimeo Long Legs for lengthy control 79910.99

Duplicator, paper at $1.80per
ream. We also have EX YOUR TERMS : Made with super-strong, I CALCULATED TO KEEP YOU LOOKING
PERT REPAIR SERVICE at lightweight "Lycra" Spandex
on of
Office Machines your Federal Qualify Homes Inc. Available in: Regular Length JUST THE KIND OF ICING YOUR WARM

Have you checked with girdle or pantie; Long Legs; WEATHER FASHIONS SHOULDN'T BE WITHOUT.

Long Legs.Also,
Lately to see Just how much 4820 N.W. 13th St. Gainesville
Power N. : High-Top girdle or pantie.
you can SAVE t Etutie: Nylon,Ac.tato'Lycra Spande, :
604 Phone North FR 2.9607 Main St. HURRY HURRY HURRY 6. Satin Etutic:Ae. ...CottoflJ" ycrt" Sptixfex. NytoFoundations White. S, M, L, XL' THE MANY SHAPES AND SHADES OF SUMMER 64

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