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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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SuitableWASHINGTON Gainesville High School dent was a member of the Bar-
I r student, Robert Kidwell III, GHS Student's nacle Busters, a local skin-div

(AP) President was reported missing and presumed ing club. His parents live at

Johnson ordered a sweep- drowned yesterday while 120 NE 8th St.
Body SoughtJennings The Sheriff's office said the
ing study Saturday of military skin-diving in Gikhrist County.
i\ awe manpower policies to determine accident apparently occurred in

whether the draft can be eliminated Recovery ,operations coninued the early afternoon, but rescue
i in the 1970s. late into the night but failed to Spring, located off oprations were hampered by
... State Road 236A. the seclusion of the spring, some
,Johnson made the announce- find the body of the youth, who
ment at his second conference The Alachua County Sheriff'soffice six miles from the nearest tele-
apparently died at secludedThreat reported the missing stu- phone.
in three days, this one a35minute

not announced in advance.
The President said Secretaryof of Railroad Strike

Johnson if if if if Defense Robert S. McNa- :

mara will undertake the one-

) year study to "consider alternatives ,' ,

Cause of NW' Side system to the,present including draft the selection possi- Dimming, President Says

I bility of meeting our requirements -
on an entirely voluntarybasis WASHINGTON (AP) President about details of talks between very proud of the conduct of
Fire Still Mystery .' in the next decade.". Johnson said Saturday re- representatives of nearly 200 both sides. I think we have hada
Not? Asked if this foreshadows a cent negotiations between railroad rail lines and five unions who very productive few days."

cutback in military strength, management and operating are sitting in with federal medi- He declined to give any indication
By JIM McGUIRK Company distributor for the the chief executive said: "I unions have ,been very productive ators. of what steps he will takeif

WASHINGTON (AP) Re- Sun Staff Writer Gainesville area. wouldn't want to anticipate the and he believes this collective The President emphasizedthat ,! the negotiations fail to averta
publicans have launched a con- No one knew but everyone No damage estimates were results of that study. Of course, bargaining will end a nationwide he has set no deadline for strike which he said Friday
certed campaign to convince seemed to have a theory available from the Fire Department it is the hope of everyone that strike threat the negotiators to announce set. would be disastrous for the na;
voters President Johnson is a yesterday on the origin of the yesterday, but one report tensions in the world can ease, Speaking at a news conferenceon tlement or a hopeless deadlock.But tion's economy.A .
record-breaking spender despitehis Friday afternoon fire that gutted figured they would run well that we can bring about disarmament the eighth day of intensive he said the intensive bar- 15-day truce, negotiated bX

call for frugality in government two northwest Gainesville busi over $75,000. that'we can take partof White House sessions, Johnson gaining sessions will continueand Johnson a week ago Thursday
nesses. Boothby carries $16,400 insurance the resources that are now said he is "encouraged and he is looking forward to a night only 90 minutes before a

The current Senate Republican The destroyed firms were the on his building and the fur. going into military productionand hopeful" that an agreement will progress report early next scheduled walkout, expires at
Policy Committee memo, Arkell Publishing Co., a print niture of a second story apartment protection", and "spend settle the lingering dispute be- week, hopefully on Monday. midnight next Friday. Immediately
designed to keep GOP membersup ing firm, and Baker BrothersInc. above one of the buildings.He them on a better society and a fore,a possible new strike dead Johnson said the negotiatorsare after that, the carriers
to date on campaign issues ., a wholesale dealer in heat said estimates on replacement greater society." line at 12:01 a.m. next Satur- meeting late at night" and will be legally free to post new

contends that four out of five ing and refrigerating equipment ,of the building alone were Draft calls this year have run day.Johnson "negotiating in the traditionalfree job eliminating work rules
appropriations bills passed by They shared a building located running as high as $40,000. Baker between 16,000 and 12,000 staved off questions enterprise manner. We areTurlington (See RAIL on Page t)

the House "call for more spend, at 902-908 NW 4th St., and Brothers is fully covered by monthly.
ing,by the Johnson administra owned by P. M. Boothby ST.. of insurance; Arkell reportednone. Politics again figured prominently UF Gives
tion" than under President John 427 NW.10th Ave. in Johnson's giveandtake Asks :
F Kennedy. The: fire' swept through the Boothby ,discounted his own with newsmen. In response ," .
*'* .businesses throwing a, heavy:. ." -first, impression which placed to' ,The fifth bill, the memo said-:' '-' one [ j seemed\: t-.i-
carried a $9.7 million reductionin blanket:smoke; across Northwest the origin of the'fire'the Ar to concede' that SeD. Barry egrees--T<

funds for Congress and leg Eighth Avenue as firemen kell half of the building. After Goldwater of Arizona Is the Rival to Debate
islative agencies such as the struggled for 45 minutes to, get lookicg over the building Satur- front-runner fort!the Republican '
Government'Printing Office and it under control. The 'businesses ,day morning, he said he was presidential nomination. 3,100 TodayAnnual

the General Accounting Office. are adjacent to the Shell Oil. (See FIRE on Page 2)) Johnson related that he talked commencement ex- By JEAN CARVER judge promised to retire and not
The Senate tied in civil Friday to a man "very knowl-
up a ercises at the University of Florida Sun Staff Writer seek rt:election."I "
filibuster has acted edgable in public affairs" who '
rights ,
Goldwater take place this afternoon ALACHUA -Rep. Ralph Tur- don't call 3,000 or 4,000
on any of the regular depart. Sex Deviate Data thought might go
mental money bills. into the GOP nominating convention when some 3,100 degrees are lington Friday night challenged votes a s y m p athy vote," McDonald

Johnson's action in cutting the in July with some 632 formally conferred at Florida opponent Dick Wilson to debate answered. "I don't be-

new budget below last year's total votes and that more than 500 Field. the reapportionment issue with lieve the people of my c o u nty

his calls for reduction in the Due New Study votes 'looked like a pretty solid The program, which honors him.He have been hoodwinked. These,
people keep with the
federal payroll and his turningoff figure. all students completing work called for the debate aft- up times.
of White House lights appear ., Referring to Goldwater, John for degrees since last May er Wnson told 'a political rally and their public officials.*

to have gone a long way toward TALLAHASSEE (AP) The tions that many of Florida's citizens son said, "I think he will be up begins at 3 p,m. Dr. J. George crowd of 350 that Turlingt 0 n Sheriff's candidate Bob Jordan
the favor there pretty high." Harrar, noted 'educator and questioned the amount of
blunting Republicans' Legislative Investigations Com- now believed "that in exposing introduced the reapportinme
ite big-spending issue in,the political mittee will turn over to the new the rapid spread and insidious Declining to announce his own president of the Rockefeller legislation In 1963 that reducedthe bolita traffic in the county.He .

campaign. Teacher' Professiona1Practices aspects of homosexuality candidacy for election the. Foundation, is the commencement c 0 u n t y's representatives added that the county is
Reports brought back to information raising the President said, "I try to keep, speaker. "not "
Commission its committee is neither cry from two to one. as clean as you think.
j Washington by members of Con- a question of homosexuality ing wolf nor palming off a pipe as far away from partisanshipand The formal academic pro- Wilson accused Turlington of Jordan also said affidavits for

gress from their home states in over 123 teachers, Staff Director dream." to campaigning, as I can. I try cessional begins at 2:30 'p.m. subverting the interest of the illegal liquor arrests on f 11 e at
the Middle West indicate that John Evans:said Saturday. Members of the committee, he restrained.keep my" political speeches Dr. Harrar and Florida's people of Alachua County In the courthouse would show more
i Johnson is showing considerable said, are "looking squarely at former Secretary of State R.
He said Rep. R. 0. Mitchellof The chief executive said he supporting reapportionment. He arrests by the State Beverage
strength in ordinarily Republican Leon County, committee ,a serious problem which affects wants to "be president of an the A. Gray receive honorary de also repeated his charges t h a tTlulington's Department than by the sheriff's
areas largely because of his level of the
every our society and gress from University of
chairman, directed that the information people and do what I think is annexation vote violated office.
we1l iX1blicized efforts.In demands
economy mature and Florida during the
an effort to counter this, be made available as action if we are to effectivelycope intelligent best for all the people; not just Three graduating seniors program.will his reponsibility to represent Although he made no dire c t

the. ,policy committee, memo 'soon as the commission is,organ with it" best for Democrats, but best for .,be named the outstanding members the people's will. reference to the tax assessor'srace

quoted;Sen :J* Glenn Beall R- ized and ready to make compete Ed Henderson, executive sec- all Americans." of their class in scholarship Turlington explained that re- County Commissioner Edgar
Md.,candidate for re-election, ent investigations.The retary of the Florida Education He said it is "very damagingto and leadership. They will apportionment by the 1963 leg Johnson noted:
as mtending that during ,the Committee emphasizedthe Association asked the commit. the American nation to have receive citations from the Alumni islature was the result of an order "I would hope to have the tax
first three,months Johnson held need for "careful investigation tee for its information Friday opposition for opposition's sake Association. by the U. S. SupremeCourt. roll on time so the equalization .

office 'The government' spent and complete, documentation concerning the 123 persons. Un- and to have blind opposition. Congressman Sydney Herlongof board can review it carefully
than in other of and all accusations He said "it grieves me" to see misin- so the tax bills can go out on
more money any any der the law, the FEA may help Leesburg, 'attorney J. Rex' "Either be (Wilson) is
three-month period in U.S. J his made in this area" because of investigate teachers for license party-line opposition to mess' Farrior of Tampa, and banker formed or he is deliberately time.'"
tory. damage to reputations that,could ing if asked to by ''the State ures "calculated to benefit allAmericans" Thomas F. Fleming Jr. of Boca misleading the people on the In the fifth district coo n t y
I 'BeaU, said ,the total was'$24.3 result from a whisper of suspi- State Board of Education.In but he did not go Raton, will receive Significant issue of reapportionment Tur- commission race, Leiman Bat-

billion,topping Kennedy's highest cion.Evans other phases of a prepared into specifics. Alumni Awards from the Uni- lington said. ten again called on state rep.
.amount' said there were indica- statement Evans said: The chief executive said he versity for service to their professions He also referred to Wilson's resentative candidates to sta t e
would have
State Atty. Richard Gersteinin "about the something to of say thecandidates" ,and their communities. continued a p p e a 1 to voters to their positions on the GreenBelt
Dade County has "given impetus responsibility different degreeswill "pass the torch to one who will agricultural land assessment
Soars 3,000 Feet when addresses Fifty-seven
to concerted law law.
y en- the
represent people.
the annual luncheon of The Associated be awarded to some 1,276
I'B forcement effort to control Illegal of Commissioner Sid Martin,
Press in New York on candidates completing their "I do not believe the people
lin From Balloonback homosexual activities in Monday. studies during the 1964 winter this county want to pass the seeking his third term, explained -

..;. .. ..;. Dade County which because of Johnson said his speech will trimester. These include 57 doctorates torch to an attorney for the that "unlike candidates w ho
: its size is a major playground ." can make campaign
-:MILL VALLEY. Calif. (AP), of Robert Dew lt, for deviates. encompass "a very general among 245 graduate de- whisky and liquor indust r y many
Similar '
-A 12-year-old boy, dangling two-miles from the launching. have been made arrangements with statement of our foreign policy grees. Turlington said, referring toWilson's promises the man in office

from a rope was carried to a Danny was taken to Marin , es and enforcement ," notably with respect to The following number of un- representing the (See RALLY on Page 2))
height of 3,000 feet by a balloon, General Hospital where: his left officials in other : American Soviet relations dergraduate degrees will be Gainesville Motel Ass'o. in the
Saturday before the pilot realized hand, badly discolored from loss ties." 'coun, Cuba, Communist China VietNam conferred by ,Colleges: Collegeof wet .' dry ,election last Septem
and Latin ,America, Related Services 32 3 Houses for Rent!
the youngster's plight. of circulation was treated. That inciting the cases pf the Health ; ber.He
.The pilot William Berry, 36. Johnson'opened his news con College of Nursing, 22; Physical said he felt the torch would
Berry wearing a ,helmet and 123:teachers the committee was
of Concord Calif., then put the ,ear pads to drown out the_,noise ,not "suggesting that homosexuality ference by saying he has seen Education and Health, 20; Ar- "be kept burning with alcohol"if 2 CLASSIFIED ADS
hot-air balloon Into a rapid descent what he termed a "very inac- chitecture and Fine Arts, 58; Wilson were elected.
of the hot-air fans, said be didn'thear is an affliction peculiar to FORO WEEK
landed the curate" published] that 110 In the judge's race
and boy safely. shouting from the ground. that profession, for it is not" report Business Administration, ; county
The lad, Danny Nowell/ of But at 3,000 feet when he pulled his Monday speech will an- Pharmacy,. 13; Education,, 197; Judge H. H. McDonald refuted EQUALSNO
Tennessee Valley, had vohm- his ear pads off, he said, be nounce plans for a cutback of Engineering 134; School of Forestry opponent John Connell' cl aim
Jeered with others to hang onto heard a voice, Danny's. Freak Mishap 45 per cent in the production of 7; Journalism and Came that McDonald's reelections in VACANCY

r restrainIng ropes until the pilot (See JOHNSON on Page.2) (See, UF on Page 2)) the last eight years were
was ,ready for his ascentBerry "Sir",. would you please help Kills', Woman "sympathy votes" because the Mrs. Briggs hod numerous cork
the signal. All me? on this end one other od for
"I was so stunned I almost ,SchoolEoardCandidates houses for rent. In less than a
cast the lines away except MIAMI BEACH (AP)-A Miami Supt.
t fell overboard,,** recalled. week she rented 3 houses"Ihod
young NoweB. He had wrappedhis Berry woman Was tilled Instantly cons thot I wes
around his left wrist I yelled, "Hold on!'," 'SatUrday when a surfboard so many
rope WHERETO able! to screen them to my sat-
As the lad was Jerked into the He told Danny, "Look at me- 'stickinglOut the window, of her 'to Air Views fafoction" she reportedFUftNISMED :

air 75 bo Tor- trlcken spectators don't look down-keep looking car struck :a bridge railing, FIND IT
screamed. Some women knelt in at me.It swung:around and hit her bead. Candidates for the Coral y School Beard and the of. ...
> tl
prayer.Berry "-Yes sr-oy! 'Danny an Mrs.,Georgia'Gibson, 47, was lice of School Supcrifltcadcto nt will have. opportunity Mr ....... NW M.tttk AM.FK .....
Area . . . IB ....
sitting In the balloon swered as the balloon started taking her 15-year-old son, Bill, express their views on school needs ia northeastat
basket could not see Nowell down.. and three of'his friends to the Gainesville Tuesday night Howard Bishop Junior Classified tiC 11 C
Comics . . 4C
,below him. Back the ground Danny beach for when
dangling directly on surfing the bizarre High SchooL Economical Sun W nt-Ads

At a height of 3,000 feet Berry 'said "wasn't too scared." He accident occurred. Her The panel discnssfea by \the candidates, slated for 8iam ..' Movie Markets, ...... .. .. .. .. .. .... 5C 06 work, hard at such !low costs.,

sensed "that something was added. "My arms began to hurt neck was broken. p.m. in the school cafetoi- is 'sponsored by the Obituaries . . 2A Place your family on
,amiss,, some on the way: up, but it's When Mrs.'Gibson. was killed, Howard Bishop PTA. John Poole 1 president of the PTA Opinion Page .'.'. 4A the 6 to 12 day low rote plan
the and it once okay now." He came through the she veered! will '
j1q<<; saw bQy car was driving moderate the talks.
Call .
. 01OS' us today 3728441.
,,the,laBS thatferad bet without a scratch or even a'rope :150 feet off the bridge and came Candidates will have an GJ&Hes "enHlt )o speak on other .' Women's Sports. .'?. .s IB- 7B .
air Into1 the'50-foot-high balloon.,'. .burn.just-a deep rope ixnpres- to rest in front,of;the 'Bi1-VU- ,' but the derelepaeattectiea &f schoek ki tfet a rU\eut Proof'ift Raaut

---:Berry deed gestly in the sfea oa his fingers, iagt town haE ef town wffl fet of a.. law.&. :.oJ =- .. I

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Gainesville Sun Sunday, April .19, 1964 tuart1; ;

Weather Roundup Fire Guts

High Claims Big Money9Is ;i. -'',i,' IntegratedHigh eb

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Supporting Dickinson 'l B -:--\D SchoolNOTASULGA i I Truck Goes MRS. ESTHER HALL

e:' ....-- I HAMPTON Funeral serv-
B C DFair continued C Ala. (AP- I ices will be held at 2 p.m. to-

ci By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS! paign_was on the upswing and Karl, speaking later at Fort rivals mild Sunday. High Sunday 80 ---;. Fire destroyed the recently desegregated Off Road morrow for Mrs. Esther Wen-
attacked three of his ,
11 Miami's Mayor Robert King should peak on the May 5 election -Myers, the of milk to 85. Southeasterly winds 8 to Macon County High del Hall, 65, of Hampton, who
1 Hi-jh charged today that "big day. on question and investigators died
15 miles hour. School early Saturday Saturday morning followingan
money interest" supported Gov. He urged yoters to "use your price: controls. He said that three per ..J., aUolaMe ........ said there were in- Man Dies extended illness..
Farris Bryant's campaign four minds and not just your hearts apparently are In favor of fixing .. = \\ Eastern
ZONES 1 dications that it.may have been I Star services will beheld
Ty years ago and "many of the as you make selections. I still the retail prices of milk. I A Partly cloudy and warm E \ started by an arsonist STARKE A truck driver's todayat 8 p.m. at, the Jones
the These he said, were Ma- through Sunday night with widely 6. _" i
li back- records ,
t same interests" now are urge you to compare : scattered mostly afternoon thundershower \ .- attempt to give an automobile Memorial Chapel In Starke.
1,11, Ing Fred 0. Dickinson of all of us." thews, Dickinson and Burns. ;.. Highest Sunday 76 to S3. ... \ ,- The blaze which sent flames .room to pass ended with one Mrs. Hall was born InLincoln,
winds I
Southeast and south to 1*
(ft During the 1960 campaign, In firing at Dickinson, a for These three men, all, seeking mile" per hour through Sunday night. I I shooting high into the air-visible man dead and two injured Friday Neb and was reslde'nt of
1 from West Florida's highest elective office E F M I Fair continued mild for miles around-left the
; High said, Dickinson claimed iner state senator Sunday. High Sunday U to M. East. \ [ afternoon, the Florida High- Starke for the past 15 .years.
that Bryant sold his soul to the Palm ,Beach Mathews said: and all three. saying they ,wantto to hour coutheact diminishing winds at!. II miles. per ':- student body of only six Ne- way Patrol reported. She was a member of the Pres-

special interests," High told the |, "I have just been able to figure govern all the people, G J Partly cloudy continued groes temporarily without a byterian Church and a'past
Mr. Dickinson can have demonstrated unwillingness mild Sunday. High Sunday C2. East- Investigating officers identified -
Florida Petroleum Marketing out bow erly winds 10 to 20 miles per hour.K school to attend. There was no Worthy Matron of Chapter*-120
million he is to be fair to the housewifeand cloudy continued the dead man as Roosevelt -
Association, "but if his crown save that $43 prom Partly mild immediate estimate of the dam-j Waldo Easterp Star.
prince,. Bud Dickinson, said he ising the voters he will save. He school children who must windS Sunday.15 High to 25 Sunday miles per 12. hour Easterly prob- age. Edwards, 59, of Morriston. Services will be held-at. the

did. I won't argue the point"I will just not build one of the buy milk." ably diminishing a little on Sunday. S and said Nathaniel Williams,.
Small craft warnings displayed lower Jones Memorial in
# believe he is close enough universities he now is promising. -I Keys from Sombrero light westward. It was up to country school]'27, Morriston, and William E. Chapel
Starke with the Rev. H. Wai-
GAINESVILLE WEATHER authorities to determine whether Connery, 26, Deland, suffered'
to Bryant to what was -
j I promised and to whom. I "His promis now total near More About- t ALMANACSunset Municipal Airport readings to transfer the Negroes to an- minor injuries. ton Gray, pastor oCthe Starke
JI "Many of the big money in- ly half billion dollars, so shaving Sunrise today tomorrow-- :::::::.-, 6S 5:St ajn.MotHtset p.m.. Sunday: High 84 at 3 pjn., other desegregated school at First Prebyterian Church, offi
$43 million tomorrow ....... 2::34 ajn. low 53 at 6 ajn. No rain. nearby Shorter and they were Connery was driving and Ed- ciating.
terests who supported Bryant '' this by a mere FireFrom Full Moon ................ April 26 wards and Williams were Burial will follow in the lam-
not available for commentNo passengers
supporting Dickinson, 'should be quite easy. The planet Venus to now moving between
are now said that Aldebaran and Capella. and Is TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE on the truck when the fly plot in Santa Fe Cemetery.
'and the and concessions Karl, in Clearwater, Aldebaran. The dim star .
same promises nearer High Low white have attended
I Preclp. pupils
accident occurred State Road Survivors include: Leonard A.
I if "all the campaign promises above Venus Is Etnatn. Venus will Jacksonville M 55 on
have been made in even
exchange .
I fee much nearer Elnath next Sunday. the high school since the Negroes -
Miami Jack Hall
73 Hampton
for Dickinson's million made by all the candidateswere Page 1 Tampa M MM 18 about a mile east of Hampton ; one
dollar chest. ,kept,-if every other problem MARINE FORECAST Atlanta 53 were enrolled Feb. 19 un- according to Patrol Troop. daughter, Mrs. Thelma Pearl
war New Orleans 10 4 der federal court order.
solved EAST GULF East and southeast a L. M. Fowler.A Davis, San Mateo.Xalif.l lour
"If it was true in 1960 ,for a imaginable were "pretty much certain In my own winds 12 to II knots Monday. Fair. Boston 12 44 er
New York U 51
;} candidate to sell his soul to 'Florida should still exert every mind that the fire began in the CEDAR KEY TIDES Washington I* 55 Tom Han, deputy state fire car following the truck blew stepsons: Eugene HaUJBouston,
stated by effort and every ounce of con- Baker.:Brothers shop. ChicagoKansas 43 40 .14 marshal quoted a housewifewho Texas; Erne t HallHillsborough -
raise big money as i City 53 14-.21 its horn for room to pass, so Walter
Mr. Dickinson, I ask to whom structive energy toward solvingthe "Undoubtedly, that fire must Sunday High it fU am. and Denver 70' 21 lives near the school as Calif.j 'Castler Yu--
':40 ,.m Low at 1:27 am. and 1 p.m. Ft. Worth 71 61 Connery attempted to edge ba Calif. ::
,City, George Castle
.. has he sold his soul in 1964." most pressing needs of our have started on that side," he Monday High at 10:31 ajn. and Los Angeles 42 54 M saying she awakened during the his eight foot ,wide tractor-I ;
needs cf, the people." 1.44 p.m. Low at 3'a.m. and 3:31 p.m. Seattle 57 34 Redding, Calif.; :onesjster Mrs.
j High also blasted at state Sen. times-the added. night and noticed that.the schoolwas trailer truck toward the side of I :
_I{ Scott Kelly. He said that new roads were Strongly agreeing with Boothby on fire. the 18 -foot wide road. I Ola Schultz, Lincoln! Neb.rea; 19

?, "Back in May of 1960," he said important, forests were important was Rod Arkell Sr., co- grandchildren and one'g. t-

; "Kelly promised legislation that and. so were tourism and owner of the printing shop. 49 Persons Die She told officers, Hall continued The right wheels of the truck & -

j would restrict campaign 'spending agricultural research. But more Neighbors said they smelled that she- saw onty a dropped off the side of the DeWitt C. Jones Euri.eral
candidate than is one child small blaze at first but by the road the. vehicleto Home of $Starke !:charge.MARJORIE'McCLURG.
1 1 to $250,000 per important any what they thought was refrigerator I causing .
"Kelly was stirred into this action -in one correctional institution, or gas," he said in support of time she returned after telephoning skid, jackknife and iinal- --- -

I when the 1960 candidates the security and happiness of his the 0 r y. He added that explosions In Airline Crash the fire department the ly crash. Fowler said. He

ti spent close to $2 million," he one retired person, he said. in the early stages of entire building was in flames. reported Edwards died at the LAKELAND :.}
said. "But this is 1964, and, as "The leadership of this state the fire also supported his view. She said it was a matter of Fowler -
I McClurg, about 53,
of April 13, Kelly had received must face up to the responsibilities "There was nothing that could BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) -' Co.-Aramco-which has head- moments. former Gainesville resident and a

r $331,175 in contributions. He will of the times," he said. "Liv explode stored in my. shop," he Divers reached the wreckage ofa quarters and a complex for its The fire marshal said he scene.Rites daughter of a former Gainesville
stand- -
i' receive $450,000 for the first pri ing conditions and living said.Baker jetliner in the Persian Gulf employes at Dhahran. thought it unlikely that the fire TodayFor mayor, died here Satur.

,f mary. ards must be improved.Educa- Brothers spokesma Saturday and reported they Reports from Dhahran said could have spread as fast as the

,t "It's funny what four years" tional facilities must be expanded. institutions Ben Leroy refused to commenton have given up all hope of findIng only one body had been recov woman said unless it bad been I Starke day.Death came at her home of r t
do to a point of view. Modern correctional survivors the 49 ered
can adequate the cause any among and rescue operations were deliberately started, possiblywith an apparent heart attack.
I said was quoted mental health clinics -j "At this time I don't know. 23 Americans
High Bryant must persons-including continuing. the help of an inflammable She lived in Gainesville until
: in 1956 as saying that "for every old age" assistance :I I've heard two or three rumors --aboard, an airline spokesmansaid. Rescue operations were being Fire VictimSTARKE her marriage about 30 years

; dollar the big contributors gave be provided. ; nothing has been sub- impeded by rough weather, fluid.UF ago. Her father was the lateJ.

I they expected two dollars in return Dickinson, in West Palm stantiated. Up to this afternoonthe The French-built Caravelle of which began easing slightly after Funeral serviceswill R. Fowler of Gainesville. Survivors
'I ." Beach, again expressed his opposition Fire Department officials Middle East Airlines-Air Liban dark, the spokesman said. Journalism include
her husband
'But he said Bryant made no to the public accommo- have not reported any findings. plunged into the gulf while trying The weather had cleared Pair Place In be held today for Leon Mil C. McClurg.I. E.
mention of this in the 1960 campaign dations section of the civil rights, to land in a swirling sand- enough Saturday morning to. ton Griffis Sr., a Starke citizen

-\ when he reported in excess blll.before the U.S. Senate. More About storm Friday night at Dhahran, permit a search by helicopter Hearst Contest who died when his home burned C. TOWNSENDHIGH
of $700,000 in contributions. He called the legislation "the' Saudi Arabia. It was just three and small surface craft A U.S. Friday morning.

j I Mayor: Haydon Burns of Jack- civil loss bill" and praised Flor ,minutes from landing time at :Navy spokesman reported the Two University of Florida Griffis's wife, Maxine Morris SPRINGS -Fun era!

sonville told an audience of ida's two senators for their op- Rail the end. of a two-hour nonstop plane was sighted in shallow journalism students have been Gnus, received severe burns in services were held here yester-

about 800 listeners at a fish fry position. flight from Beirut :water between the British-pro- named among the top 10 en- the same fire and is hospitalizedin day for Isaac Cleveland Town-

in Jacksonville that State' Sen. "We are talking so much Visibility at the time11:30 tected island of Bahrain in the trants in a national collegiatenews the Bradford County Hospital. send, 64 year-old ralload en-

John Mathews is showing "emo.j about civil rights, and should be p.m. -fluctuated between 300 Persian Gulf and Dhahran. The writing contest gineer who died suddenly of a

tional desperation" in the .closing talking more about civil responsibilities -, From Page 1 feet and 1,500 feet. The pilot exact location was given as 10 Gnus, a 52 year-old veteranof heart attack Thursday in the

I j weeks of the campaign.. ," Dickinson said. was reported making a normal miles south-southeast of Dhah- The contest was for investi- World War II, was born in ,Atlantic Coast Line yard.

the alert He said that Mathews can which the unions are pledged to landing approach when the gative and interpretive report- Starke.
Police had been ran.The He born in BeU and
on of lost contact with the tow- said there Services will be held at the was a resident
[never explain to the mothers meet with an immediate strike. plane Navy were no ing.
racial demonstra-
for possible Florida his key vote to retain All delaying procedures provided er in Dhahran. signs of survivors, although the Boatdrain Baptist Church near of High Springs for 44

tions against Burns, but none milk price controls at the retail in the law have been exhausted Most of the Americans aboard fuselage of the plane was intact, The William Randolph Hearst Starke at 2 p.m. with the Rev.B. years. He was a member of the

developed. level while in the 1963 Legislature. long since and, in the were employed or connected with one broken wing jutting up Foundation sponsors it W. Sweat officiating. Inter- Church of Christ. Burial was in
I Mathews took another poke at ." absence of further agreed post, with the Arabian American Oil from the water. Frederick Lane a senior, won ment will follow in the family Midway Cemetery.
the of Dickinson for- fifth nlace fora nublishedin
proposals -- --
Survivors include his wife Elsie -
candidate for -- -' -- plot in Kingsley Lake Cemetery.
A Republican ponement, congressional action
from West
state senator the Florida Alligator
mer Charles Holley of would be the aboutthe Survivors include his mother, ; theee daughters, Mrs. Mar-
governor, Rep. apparently only ,
Palm Beach. Rep. Fred Karl of More About, of barbituates
Volusia consideration Pinellas County, said in his cam- way to avert or cut short in al. '. use on cam Margaret Lee Griffis, St. Augus- guerite Beach, Lake City; Mrs.

of human County needs urged in the state.-paigning that under Democrat most complete paralysis of the pus.Tenth tine; a daughter, Mrs. Sandra Cleveen Barnhard, Atlanta; and

rl Kelly again promised to seek administrations a' $600 ',million nation's rail system. place went to senior Parsley, St.: Augustine; three Miss Eugenia Townsend, H i gh

repeal of the $35millionayearincrease deficit has built up in the state: The operating unions repre- Rally Virginia Gardner for a seriesof sons, Leon, Robert and Donald, Springs; one son, J. C. of At-
I sent about an of Starke three brothers lanta and two brothers, Aaronof
in auto tag taxes. pension systems.In 200,000 employes but stories published by the ; ;
\ "I have been labeled a conservative a talk at a political rally in another 500,000 would be idler' Gainesville Sun on the foster Andrew and Oscar of Tampaand Ellaville and Jack Davis of

"C candidate," he said. Tallahassee, Holley said that by a strike of the men who rut From Page; 1 home situation in Alachua Marion, in Arizona; four Chiefland.

a "If this means applying business the pension systems' deficit is the trains. | '-' I County. Lane won $200. Miss sisters, Mrs. Mae Forsythe and

',: principles to state government |just one of 'the many shameful knows what can and can't be school transportation fleet and Gardner wen $100. Mrs. Dora Taylor, both of Jack
the voters of Florida done." said there is need for I sonville, and Mrs. Cora Craw- Gun Wound
I I am proud to wear the practices More AboutJohnson a major a The contest was one of seven
J badge. ," Kelly said. have a right to know about"He He said his only promise is integrity curriculum guide for teachers.I sponsored each year by the,, ford and Mrs. Pearl Webb, both

.'I 'will strive for efficiencyand said that as governor he and dignity in office. Evans repeated his questionsto Hearst Foundation for collegiate of Tampa. Fatal Man

economy in the government, would give the voters the facts School superintendent candidate Talbot about the absence ofa journalists. Dewitt C. Jones funeral to

I and not try to figure out who I so the legislature. will,be forced W. S. (Tiny) Talbot PTA at Gainesville High home of Starke charge.

we can tax next.:* : ''':T- tdface,.its responsibilites and said he was not running,on the School. ROCHELLE Joe S. Sher-

Mathews told a Winter Haven I tfo-_the job that is ejected of demerits of his opponent, Harry Fears Federal ouse, 66, of Rochelle, died yes

group of voters that his earnBailey -. it." From Page 1 Evans, but cited his own workin After all county candidates With Pair Hurt terday of an apparent self-in

the county school system as spoke, most of whom repeated Sympathy flirted shotgun'w und, the

fissionable materials for nuclear -compared with Evans'. their speeches at previous rallies Union, Not FEC In CollisionA Alachua County Sheriffs Department -

Gives weapons. He called for updating the Court of Record Judge reported. *

Reading ata rapid clip, Johnson Ira Carter spoke for governor I MOBILE, Ala. (AP) Chairman Sherouse's wife and'son told
began the conference witha candidate Fred 0. (Bud) Dick- Edward'Ball of the Florida. Micanopy mother and police they returned home from

Views series of statements and announcements More About inson. East Coast Railway says he' daughter received minor In- grocery shopping, missed the
on ReligionTALLAHASSEE juries in an auto collision victim and finally found him
one of them reciting fears the government may interfere which involved
an estimated dead some-30 yards behind their
[ encouraging economic: Home 'on the side of union em- 1,800 damages late
I Nursing Friday. house.
(AP) Public schools should teach understanding statistics. UP. ployes in the strike againstthe The Alachua County Sheriffsoffice Jones-Johnson Funeral-Homeis

of religion, not belief in any one sect, State Groun Slates railroad.
President reported Increases reported Mrs. Mary in charge.
School Supt. Thomas D. Bailey said. Ball, of Jacksonville, said in
during March in farm Dykes Sanders and her daughter -
At the request of the House Judiciary Committee, Bailey prices, housing starts new auto I From Page 1 UF WorkshopThe an interview Friday the line has Jessie Lou, were injured "
sent a two page statement of his position ,on religion in replaced its 2,100 idle employes, when their car collided in frontof Prof of'YeiiTALLAHASSEE
sales and industrial
productionand i
the public schools to Washington.The munications, 46; College of Agriculture Florida Nursing Home with 850 "who are doing a muchmore the Micanopy office
a dropIn wholesale prices Association post with i
committee in conjunction with AP Car-
was hearing testimony on proposed amend- efficient ( ) -
I 32 Arts and Sciences job.
; an auto driven
ments to the U. S. Constitution. Bailey was unable to attend [livery good news. I 316; and Law, 44. the Florida Institute for Contin- He added that "if the govern-, Pike Sr. also by of Robert. Graham lisle Floyd, 37-year-old piano
in person. uing University Studies, has Micanopy.Mrs. and music composition teachef
also reported a yeartoyear ment intervenes and forces us: .
Bailey said there was general agreement among educators Students who earned their scheduled the Sixth Annual Sanders and her daughter -was named distinguished professor
drop of 900 in federal em-; to rehire the strikers, It will.
that it was the responsibility of the schools to develop moral degrees at the close of the Florida Nursing Home Short were treated and released of the year Saturday at Flor-
ployment, saying, "It is significant mean this country is under to-
in children for their and fan trimesters of Course, 20 24 at the from Alachua General Hospital
principles sound growth and develop- that it dropped at all be- spring April talitariaism. It will be a seri ida State University for his opera -
I The Sheriff's -
ment. 1963 are included in the total University of Florida. reported the Susannah.
cause it has been in blow to free enterprise
"There is abundant evidence that our founding fathers be- generally 3,100 who will be recognized. Coordination and planningfor ous our cars collided when Pike backedout Susannah, which won international -

lieved that'these moral principles and the liberties which creasing. ; Sunday. the Short Course has been system. of the post ofice parking lot acclaim, received the New ,

grow out of these' principles have their origin in God," And he said government the responsibility of the Educa- Ball was in Mobile en routeto into the path of the Sanders York Music Critics Circle awardas J
weekend at
he wrote. spending during ,the first three Elliot RooseveltTo tional Committee of the Florida a turkey-hunting auto on State Road 25. the best new opera of 1956 1

If the schools were silent abuot religion the effect would be months of his administration Nursing Home Association, former U.S. Rep, Frank Boy.kin's Damage was estimated at,and later was performed 1

to 'make them an anti-religious factor in the community averaged $1 million a day l lesr headed by Mrs. Marguerite lodge in Washington County 11,000 to the Sanders auto and I throughout the nation and at the i

be added. than during the last three Appear Claggett, of Vero Beach, as 1$800 to the Pike car. Brussels WorPs Fair. 1

A, primary purpose of education in the United States is to months of the administration of Committee Chairman and of Dr.

perpetuate and improve the American way of life, he said. President John F. Kennedy. Here TuesdayElliott Robert L. Fairing, Division of Film on News
"If this is to be done, education must help develop in our General Extension. Students 'Borrow' Truck

children the fundamentals necessary for their sodial political Other opening announcements Roosevelt, cam Part of a continuing seriesof To Spotlight

economic and spiritual wellbeing.Accident included these: paigning for Florida Democratic educational programs, the

-Eugene Patterson, editor of committeeman, will a p p ear short course will focus atten- Recent Crises I Joyride Ends in Arrest i iI
.. here Tuesday. tion on "The Key to Effiective
the Atlanta Constitution, win be NEW YORK AP) A docu-I
The second of Franklin Nursing Home Administration." Their ride. The therefore I
.. nominated to fill the son apparent early morning men were.:
RoundupField's only remaining Roosevelt will speak at the The course is designed: to increase mentary film, Joyride in a "borrowed" truck I charged with the misdemeano r I

vacancy on the Civil courthouse square at 7 pjn I the knowledge and skills News," produced as a tribute: has left two University of Florida instead of the more serious of.

Involved in accidents reported Parking Lot at 5:05 Rights Commission. He will re- Roosevelt has been living in needed in the successful operation to press photographers who students facing misdemeanor !fense of auto theftGainesville
p.m. nlace M. Robert call of
dean the duty
to Gainesville police and the Friday. Storey, of Miami for the last year and a, of a nursing home. serve beyond charges in the county judge's -
the law school the :
at Southern Saturday by
sheriff's office during the last Alice J Alban 2048% NW 3rd half, where be is a business, was accepted court Sun I
Methodist University also Har- Makes Museum of Modern Art as part
Barry :
24 hours: Ave. and Robert V. management consultant.
Carpenterat oH I Joseph Bernard Parker and I
Russell handlers paratroor of its film library. Published I :
Cook Jr. 1318 SE 7th W. evenings except
Floyd University 23rd veteran of World War n. will Forced Landing The movie uses hundreds of Edward Donald Mackey, both Saturday, and Sunday mom-
St., Mrs. Francis D. Barnes 2:15 p.m. Friday. TV 21 by the Gainesville
succeed the late Gen. Melvin Antenna Associated Press still picturesto year-old sophomores from ings Publishing
Bowman, 918 NW 31 Arc., atMcGflvray's William Bill Bryant, 1000 SE Maas as chairman of the Presi; FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (AP) ten a story of recent dramatic -Miami, were charged late Friday 2nd Place Company 101 SE
: Florida
Fish Camp three 23rd St. and Farley Porter Butler 1
dent's Committee Employment Mishap Fatal -It was Maj. Gen. Barry Gold- news events, including the with using the vehicle without I and entered as second class '
miles east of Gainesville at 9:25 Jr., 803 NW 36th Ave., at water who the owner's The I matter at the Post 1
of the Physically Handicapped.One was forced to land at racial crisis, Viet Nam and the permission. Office at-
a jn yesterday SW 13th St and 8th Ave. at SARASOTA (AP) A young Pope Air Force Base Saturday assassination of President JohnF. 'offense is punishable by either Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATIOH 1

Willie Paul Miller, of West 2:06 p.m. Friday. of the first questions put man and his wife were electrocuted -because of engine trouble. Kennedy.It a fine of up to $100 or impris- RATES BY -:

Palm Beach at Alachua on Fire Calls to Johnson dealt with the White Saturday when a tdevi-| The Arizona senator who is was produced by Willard onment up to six months. CARRIER OR MAIL

U.s=4U at 11:50 ajn. Friday. At 10:02 Friday, a grass House negotiations aimed at skin antenna they were taking seeking the Republican presidential -Van Dyke, a leading maker of The students were arrested 1 Week .45

Jimmy Walker Micanopy at fire in the 1700.block of NE 8th averting a national rail strike down fell across a power. line nomination, also_ is a','documentary films for 25 years. about 3:30 ajn. Friday in a 3 Mo,. $5.15 -;

122 :,NW 6th PL, at 2:59 am Ave. threatened. for next ,week. carrying 13,000 volts. major general in the Air ,Force Newspaper headlines are substituted track which minutes before had 1 All null subscriptions

yesterday At 3:06, p-m. yesterday a Police were called when! chD- Reserve.He for a narrator's voice, been reported taken from the be paid in advance.: must
Alvin Abram Hardman. 519 trash chute at Reid .Hal, University The President said indications dren playing in the neighborhood was' en route from Washington :but an unusual musical score is residence of its operator, H. G.

SE 7th St., at State Road 331 of Florida.At ., coming from persons familiar saw the bodies of James Beals. to Montgomery Ala., on featured. Mehaffey Jr., of 1624 NW 4th Member of Audit Bureau of
south of SE 4th Ave. at 3:08 4:37 yesterday, a grass, with progress of the talks have 26-year-old auto mechanic Circulation.AH .
and a routine training flight when he The film will be shown pub- Ave. Mackey and Parker live at
a.m. yesterday. fire at 1700 NE 8th Ave. almost all "been encouragingand his wife, Mildred lying on the experienced trouble with the :licly for the first time Mondayit 1524 NW 4th Ave. material contained herein b

Forest A. Cbeves, 3411 NW At 7:39. yesterday, oil heater hopeful" He said "We roof of their home They were fuel flneofhis jet fighter, the aaaoal meeting here of Gainesville police said the students i It production.. property b i whole.f tile or In G UmvWe part Is
37th St. and Robert Louis Bone- overheated '3436 NW 17th have had a productive few Publishing Company (c) 1M4. R-
very taking the antenna down tomore The,trouble was repaired and .members of'The Associated had no intent to steal the strictly tortkJden without tt* wrttttaoormiastaa '1

slo, 2017 NE 27th. Ave.- ", at-J. M. Terr. .r :; .days."., ...-...... ---;' ,. ,, U to:a new home. '!. heflew' on to Montgomery. | :Press. .', tack, but only to take a joy- I' of the puttaher..2A .., ,:,

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1 .- Assassination Plans h .V..... ., L J "! T .i 't-. ...

TAMPA (AP-Students) in a on a charge of,threatening the -....
Jefferson High School English
president's life.

tfass subject turned, "What in I themes plan to on do the in "That Is'what I would like to
the Summer of 1964." One sent do," the youngster replied OPEN SU'NDAY'12 NOON TO 7 P.M. .
the.teacher scurring to the deanof when asked if he still wished I to
boys Jose,Garcia. He called kill President Johnson.
.police. The theme also outlined plansto
purge the nation of Commu-
The 10th line of the disturbing nists, Jews and Negroes. Delvi .......
theme read
: was asked if it accurately por-
R "I'll take a trip to Washington I trayed his plans. He said, "Yes.
D.C, and kill the President." "
1 sir. I
Friday, Carl Delvic i
.was He added that he planned to
field under $5,000 bond .
by US.r
spend the summer raising mon- ONLY
'Commissioner Paul Game Jr., ey to hire an assassin but if he SUNDAY
r couldn't he
get money
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High would carry out the threat him- ,
self. He told Game he would .
+ ..,JOT.WEST AP) The Key try to get paSt the President's
West-Citizen endorsed Miami's guards and use poison.
"Mayor,:Robert King High for His mother said it would be
governor Friday and predicted better that he remain in custody; "'It
-"a: urge.Qf,popular votes" for when she was asked if she
him that will "surprise the so- would accept responsibility for .
called-top-runners." her son should he be released. -

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: Sun OF Y I Getting Votes Sans Politics \ I

rl ..'10.s 23V m Vnt ZtwsByJAMES pared to continue In it nouncement hurt him political- swimming pool, on televlsiea
- 7. JOHN E. RABKISON.TAT COWIES.PrtsUeat Tle Frilemt urbtUluri SOUTH RESTONWASHINGTON The advantages of a presi- ly.With (tape and live), over coffee )

| ED 10BIIION. VU PrwUcat The best dent seeking election are im- this conference, the and other beverages, on t h e

Florida'! Beautiful "n4Ext_ ..UT* CdlUri W. G. (am.. -olitfej for a president in the pressive. He can command a Johnson experiment with ground and in the air. Next to -
.r; F1E soLE. ".e rrtiM nt "4 Arcrtlstaf early stages of an election national television office almost the news,industry is now com- the Royal Shakespeare Com '
University City' ; DtreeUn BOB TABTAGUOXC. -, By RALPH McGILL 'campaign and at wilL He is .surrounded plete. He,has seen the reporters pany which is playing here at "' t
Tic PwUtsi M* C1rcala: are no politics,
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U.. ieua=er.U I 0' ire Atluta* (0..) , .ue.! ,President Johnson has clearly by the trappings and in- and editors singly and in the National Theater, it is,the I*
mastered the art of the so- fluence of his office. He is the groups, on and off the record best repertory performance in "
.:.- 'f- THE SUN'S POLICY called non pollticalappeaLHe center of the largest collection at the ranch and in hisI town.

-" .. the columns. Adams spent two minutes of his of private information in the
:: t.'t 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In neViS
." fi.: 2. Express tM opinions of the Sun I In-but only kv-editorias! ., .,., ,., .'., news conference Thursday explaining nation and he can use it at ON THE RIGHT =
:: '."" 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. f t that he thought he will.When -
:: (; ;: should avoid politics until the he moves out of the t ,
The Sun's All l 372-8441 And TheAdmiral 0-
: telephones Departments-* .. nominating conventions, and White House he is surroundedby
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... all over national televisiPROSPERITY experts, and assured an atten- ., .
tentive'audience.. When he

.. We Back Turlington ", IS a good evades tough questions he
.. ., campaign theme? ,He made cannot be pursued, even Back
the country sound rich beyond by the most deteremined reporter Fights
When the path ahead is blocked Example three. Admiral H. G. Rickover
:n the dreams of avarice. Isn't for there is alwaysthe
with a briar patch, the weary traveler Florida has upcoming tax prob- writing at sea during the everybody against unemployment danger, especially on tel By WILLIAM. BUCKLEY JR.come .

': can plod his way around. Or he lems. Between= now and 1967, the recent test trials of the USS and inflation! ? He de- evision, of seeming to be disrespectful -

:. can gingerly scamper 'dire ctly current tax structure will become in- John Adams, the nation's 20th nounced them as the enemiesof to the highest official rejoice at the evidence a vested interest -

: through. Or he can wait until the adequate. Will the Legislature turn Polaris-type submarine, (the mankind and rattled off fig- In the land. that finally the American got up on militaryhas its hind whose defend purpose America is not against'so muchto attack

.: thorns are withered by the frost. to the taxation of food and drugs? total now is 40 nuclearpowered ures prove they were_ in HIS ,OPPONENTS for the legs to fight back against by the Soviet -Unionas

The alternative, is the taxing of thus- Polaris and attack submarines Work for the working man,, presidency, in contrast, us- some of its zanier critics. I a means by which to mulct

: But Alachua County Representative far sacrosanct industries-minerals ), was moved, as always profits for the investor, stable ually have to buy their way on have never quite understoodthe the American public in orderto

:' Ralph Turlington pulls briars up and timber. Both loom large in Flor- ,- by history and philos- prices for the consumer, help to the television screen, spenda necessity for the military'sconscientious subsidize the military's
stat- Prussian
,: by-the roots. ida, both maintain powerful lobbies, ophy. for the aged and the needy, good deal of time' in air- ing its own case.objection dizement.lust for self-aggran. _,
ports waiting tardy com-
equality at long long last for
I'' both feed money into political cam "This ,ship is named," he the Negro, higher wages for mercial planes, and are often For years now fashionable The professor's
: Is
We refer to Turlington's direct ap- paigns, both are feared, both pay wrote, "for, two great Americans the embattled bureaucrat questioned by accusatively leftists In America have hada simple that one shudders so at

:. proach to sticky problems. His appearance nothing of state governmental costs. : John Adams, our second this was his highly political belligerent reporters as if ball at the expense of the its striking anyone as plau-

i :: is unpretentious, his voice president, and his son, nonpolitical catalogue of they had just robbed the U.S. military, the burden of their ible: although he claim that

l :; is soft, his demeanor mild. But as Ralph Turlington has grasped the John Quincy, our sixth presi promises and hopes. Treasury. criticism being that we have no less than 40 members of
President Johnson is clear- nurtured In this a
Presidentdidn't country
:: Alachua County Representative for nettle and publicly seeks a broadertax Probably the Congress have been ..dumb-
dent. It is fitting that so pow- think he was playing ly determined to exploit these group of professional blood-: founded its
:: 14 he is not known to bridle at base designed to embrace such by cogency. It
years erful a guardian, of our free politics Thursday, He doesn't advantages. Even hostile editors lusters whose highest ambi- runs something like this: at
:: public questions. industries. dom be named for these have to think about it: He are always pleased to be tion is constantly to increasethe Hiroshima we succeeded in
.. does it at invited to the White House, economic burden of the
American founders of that n u r ally, as a killing one hundred thousand
::. Example one. None of these acts are politically freedom. John bird flies or a fish swims. and they have been going in national defense, and who will people with a 20 kiloton bomb.
very During Knowing the American Soci- and out of there lately as if never be completely happy Wherefore
.. it follows that
In all sincewe
expedient., Ralph Turlingtoncould
Adams' administration our ety of Newspaper Editors was they were prime ministers. until they succeed in trigger- have
now at
:: our disposal
Two years ago the Gainesville have kept a diplomatic silence Navy was born. And it was in town, he invited the whole Also, he is learning that a Ing an International atomic 27,000 megatons of nuclear

i ;: area was ripped asunder by the issue and swept to'uncontroversial victory. John Quincy, aware of the gang to a press conference. president can use t h e s'e con- holocaust. plosives, and face only two ex

:: of annexation. Gainesvillians But such is not the nature of the potential of sea power, who in Knowing, too, that some of ferences to answer: "more thousand potentially unfriendly -
them had been he questions than he is a s k_e d. THE PRINCIPAL
:: voted three-to-one to annex adjacent man.Turlington's. 1823 as secretary of state was saying prose- targets (the major cities behind
i could never play the questionand For example, one of Presi- cutors, have been Individual the Iron and Bamboo
:. areas. Suburbanites voted threetoone principal architect of the answer game as well as dent J 0 nson's major prob- college professors. The safest tains), we have in fact at cur.
: against annexation. At issue record is not negative.His Monroe Doctrine which has President Kennedy, he stagedthe lems is to reach out to many rule-of-thumb in respect of disposal anywhere from 125 our to

: was whether Gainesville would grow support of the University is obvious provided this hemisphere witha show in Kennedy's State young people of this country, college professors in politicsis 1,250 times as much firepoweras

healthily as a single united city, or and needs no stress here. But measure of security from Department Auditorium, and who are s t ill grieving for simply to ignore them we need, depending on how

: whether suburban public services 'few ,know that he was sponsor in threats of foreign nations. even started off with a coupleof President Kennedy, and to usually they will go away. But many of our bombs get
I'' typical Kennedy jokes. many educated people who the current anti militarist
Iwould be financed web 1961 of the state-wide textbook law
by a costly feel that President Johnsonis frenzy is not dissipating In the
: of special tax districts. which mechanically streamlined the 'EDUCATION John THIS WAS something new. not so concerned as his seminars of professional dis CONCLUSION? The a

i. adoption of books for Florida's public Adams' view, made 'a greater Lyndon Johnson off screenis predecessor about educa- content. It creeps forward, is full of them: we should professor ;

i :: Ralph Turlington grasped the schools. difference between man a story teller and an accomplished tion.Accordingly bidding solemnly for the cut our defense budget either

Ik nettle and his efforts annexed,000 and man than nature has mimic with a remarkably he arrived at sympathetic attention of the by 22 billion dollars, eliminat- ,

citizens to Gainesville. J ,Of immediate interest in made between man and brute. expressive face and his press conference with an Congress of the United States. ing all reserach and development .
; new more hands but off announcement that he had The straw that to
screen or on, established appears
,,' The virtues and powers to ; or, better still,
Ralph Turlington's acknowledged ex he has never been known be- a program of have broken the camel's backis we should rise to
Example two. .pertise in state retirement systems, which men may be trained, fore to laugh at himself. "Presidential Scholars." This one Professor Seymour Mel- satisfy ourselves maturityand with a

which, he has shaped as chairman of by early education and con- Not at least until Thursday.Last title, he explained, would be man of, Columbia University, Finite Deterrent, and cut the
stant discipline, are truly sub week he was in a splut- given to outstanding students an Inconspicuously endowed
The State of Florida last year was the House committee. Casting aside budget by 47 billion dollars,
lime and astonishing.... It tering rage about stories that from secondary schools, pri- industrial economist who has and think how
confronted with court decisions the archaic notion that state workers should be there- he vate and and he made celebre of the many schools
your care, was driving too fast, but public, an- a cause and hospitals could have
: which demanded more legislative should be doled out "pensions" if fore, and mine,' he wrote to this week he opened his press nounced a selection com- so-called overkill question.His etc., etc. ,

representation for urban areas. Gov. they lived long enough, Turlington's his wife, Abigail, 'to elevate _conference by assuring the mittee composed of distinguished thesis, which he has been In two revealing articles
': Farris Bryant offered the politically efforts led to modern state retire- the minds of our children and 'editors that he had not driven educators from all circulating in books, maga- one by the Rand Corporation's,
exalt their courage; to accel- over from the White House. faiths and sections of the na zines, and lectures throughoutthe Amrom Katz
easy way, with House membership ment and survivor benefits which published in the
erate and animate their Later when he was asked tion. country, is that the armed Air Force
: hiked from 95 to 144. Alachua Magazine; the
guarantees security to the familiesof and
industry activity to
; ex- whether the presidency was forces of this country have at other by Dr. Green
Murray of
:: County would have kept its two '7,000 state workers in Alachua cite In ambition to harder than he had anticipated IT WOULD, of course, be their disposal a quantity of the Research and Analysis

: representatives, although they sat in County alone. excel in every capacity, faculty he remarked that he churlish to suggest that he had lethal goods so far in excessof Division of the Air Force, the

,:: a watered-down_ House. The alternative and virtue. If we suffer hadn't had much time to anticipate anything in mind except the anything that would con- Air Force has counterattack
their minds to grovel and it, and in what was elevation of the mind and the ceivably be needed to intimidate ed. Between the
:: was for medium-sized counties, Ralph Turlington's political life is two they tear
creep in infancy, they will clearly the understatement of dramatization of excellen, our enemies as to make into shreds the
-'" like Alachua, to relinquish one of not spectacular. But he has demon- grovel all their lives.: pretensions of
the day added that he en- and yet again it would be difficult the conclusion inescapablethat the egregiously ignorant

their two House members. strated fortitude. He can lead in the "John Quincy Adams joyed the job and was pre- to say that this an- the defense system has be- fessor, and do so by an analysis pro-

face of public furor. He has the fore- taught:, 'Always vote for a which is vital for those

Turlington believed a 144member sight to surmount the immediate principle, though you vote DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS who believe in the necessity

House would be unwieldy. In heated and blind passions and keep alone, and you may cherishthe for an effective deterrents sys-

addition, unless Alachua made some his eyes fixed on beneficial long sweet reflection that your tem to master.

concessions in the House, it stood to range goals. vote is never lost.. Abuse of the Filibusterer do The with critical the professor's sophistry deductions has to

lose its full-time Senator in later re- JOHN ADAMS, "Old Sinkor on the basis of what it

apportionment efforts. This is why the Gainesville Sun Swim," was one of the takes to kell people. The professor
endorses Ralph Turlington for great ones. Catherine Drinker By WALTER LIPPMANN Wallace but even Sen. Rich to secure the peace of the marches hesto presto
reelection -
Ralph Turlington grasped the to his eighth term in the Bowen, in her magnificent There is indeed reason' to ard Russell is advocating, to nation. If it hasn't that power down the Hiroshima figuresto
I nettle biography, "John Adams and worry about what may be developing close the door against laws it isn't a government. the deduction of our 'present
successfully sponsored a com- Florida House of Representatives.The the American Revolution," In the relations be- designed to redress the grievances The filibuster is properly a overkill capacity.. To

promise 112-member house, and Ala- noted that when Adams was tween whites and Negroes. ?. Is this the wise course device for delaying and pre- throw the analysis immedi

chua County lost a representative. man can grasp a nettle. but ,40 :years old he already There are strong indications -leaving aside the questionof :venting a passionate majorityfrom ately Into perspective, the Air
had accomplished enough to that there is an undercurrentof whether it is the course of overriding a defenseless Force spokesmen remind us

--- merit, immortality. white resentment about the justice and compassion? To minority. It cannot be justi- that fifty pounds of explosiveswere
As access of Negroes to housingand close the door, saying that the fied morally as a device for dropped on Germany
he had
1 vision a young man a jobs in the North. This Negro protest is the work of preventing a majority from during World War II for every
: Voice of the monwealth of of a nations British stretch-Com- feeling came to the surface in agitators and Communists, is attempting to redress grieve German that was eventually
People ,
ances which have been out- killed. It takes less than
Ing across two oceans. He believed the vote for Gov. George Wal- to say that there can be no an
that freedom as lace in the Wisconsin pri- legal redress, that the two lawed under the Constitutionfor ounce of explosive to kill a
guar- races must rub against each nearly 100 years. Such a man, so that any fixed cor-
,_ _===On The Sun's Opinion Page === be anteed cherished by British at law all costs.must There are parallel indica- other without any legal cri- filibuster is not obedience to relation between available

When, later, he found this concept tions of desperation and extremism terion of right and wrong, of the Constitution and the laws.It firepower and dead enemy,
Opinions and commtnts of Sun readers art w.komt in the Voic. of,th. PtopU column. Letter had been eroded Bri- among the Negroes; what is permissible and whatis is nullification.What is arbitrary. There was available
inuit b. signed I end be., the writers .ddre. N.IMI by the country must haveis to the United 'during
will be States
withheld .
'. if A letter should tain and as in the proposal to stall the not. To advocate closingthe
.c.ed 500 words and herself that union
< must b. written on only one iJ.. of the p.per. Peltry cannot Th. a beginning in the lawful World War I timesas
SMj reserves Ike right to reject ?, letter or t. .".,... it, without choosing the writ.,.. mSnin, with her must be broken, he traffic at the World's Fair and door is to be for anarchy. redress of the ancient many
., or wrote, "I go mourning my to increase the New York Surely it Is the paramountduty griev many bullets as there were.Germans
heart all the day long." He water shortage by turning on of civilized Americans to ances of Negroes. The essential ; but we did not
I the faucets to waste water. make order prevail in the racial thing Is to make a serious therefore deduce that becauseof
never hated Britain. He
Tells of CheckOnPTADenlise er in building better under- in mind, he feels it is his dutyto forgot what she had contrib-never There are manifestations of conflict by establishingthe beginning even If the legisla- the overkill factor we would

standing between the schools give Alachua County a uted to man's liberty. He hada irreconcilability: by the supremacy of law. It is tion is not perfect, even if close down our ammunition

and the community. Appar- chance to vote for a man with reverence for order and whites of a refusal to redressthe true that harmony cannot be as is certain it will need a factories.

ently Mr. Talbot tries to wear more than ,the minimum law. grievances of Negroes ,by established by laws alone. But lot of perfecting as it is tried

EDITOR, Sun: Several per. the badge of loyalty with one qualifications.In legislation and by the Negroesof it is irrelevant. Peace can be out in practice.A THE PROBLEM has to do
sons have accused Dr. Harry group while he boasts of quite When he was 80 years old a desperation that Is politically made to prevail by faith in with the deliverabflity of
a debate last fall, accord- he wrote: "What do we mean suicidal. the guarantees of the Constitution FILIBUSTER which de- available firepower, and the
Evans candidate for
County different behavior to another ing to the Gainesville by the revolution? The war and of the laws made lays legislation for months to continuing ingenuity with
Superintendent of Pub 11 c group.I October with Britain? That was no THE WHITES who voted for under the Constitution.IF come or even stops it entirelywill which humankind develops
Instruction, of unfair tactics 29, 1963, "Talbot said part of the revolution; it was Governor Wallace were opposed not only promote disor- means of defending itself, and
I" in charging that his opponentwas have not accepted this he wanted to know why, if the only the effect and consequence to legal remedies for THE PRESERVATIONof ders, will not only subvert the necessity therefor for

responsible for the abolition statement on vague rumor School Board was so inter of it. The revolutionwas the grievances of the Negroes.The order through the due processes faith In the supremacy of law, flexible strategies, and for
of the GHS Parent but I have verified it with ested in upgrading school ad- in the minds and heartsof Brooklyn Negroes who of law is the course we but will most surely lead alternative kinds of deter-

persons who were there. Someof ministration, the board didn't people, and this was effected are organizing the traffic: jam must take, then we have to eventually to the destructionof rents. The reasoning Is there,
Teacher Association. In the from 1760 to 1775, In the the filibuster altogether.That available to those who in-
u them are from Alachua require Rank are willing to affront the consider the filibuster in the are
a I certificatefor
interest of truth, I have checked course of 15 years, before a whole population because Senate. This is an effort to would be a pity. Our terested, In the Air Force documents
up on Dr. Evans statement County and are fearful of a superintendent." Dr. drop of blood was shed at they have lost all faith that prevent the federal govern- American liberties would lose and there are more
I have found evidence being quoted; others are from Evans has a Rank 1 certifi- Lexington." anything will be done for. ment from reducing the racial one of their greatest safeguards than enough statistics there to

that Mr. Talbot has claimed outside the county and, while cate, the highest issued by them by reason and goodwill. conflict by the legal redress of if a temporary 51 per disarm unbiased defenders of
credit for the death of the they have no vested Interestin the State of Florida. It has ADAMS KNEW that a revolution It is clear that the internal certain of more conspicuous cent majority could prevail Professor Melman.

PTA at GHS. this campaign, do not wish been traditional in Alachua sometimes ends in des- peace of the nation is threat- grievances of the Negro. Immediately and at any time. Granted the essential rea-
potism. Months before the Can such filibuster be But If the filibuster is abused, soning was always available
ened and that the fearful a
of to be involved with possibility
At conference thepolitics for
a county County the Superintendentof Declaration of
Independence of race riots ,cannotbe justified? No more it seemsto as it will be if Congress is to resourceful analysts. Butit
superintendents held at the of another county. I have also Public Instruction to be he sat down and wrote out a
ignored. What then, In all me, than would be a filibuster denied the right to legislate on is heartening that the military -
University Inn Talbot in the told summerof talked with Dr.Evans and can among the very best qualified plan for the coJoaies, Instruct seriousness is the right in time of war. For the dvil rights, there win build presumably with the

audience 1963, Mr.of professional lead-an assert that he is not engaging and best educated of any ing them in writing their sepa- course? legal government must al- up an irresistible demand for sanction of the Administrationof

ers of schools throughout the Ida campaign of rumor. He of the personnel of the system. rate being It was foundedon theirexpentoce Is it, as not ,only Governor ways have the sovereign pow- the abolition of all filibusters. Lyndon Johnson, has
State that in order to make is seeking to bring out issues Twenty-four members of_ the such documents that finally decided to stop takingit

certain, changes in the nro- which are important in mak- the County Rank instructional J certifIcate.staff bold Mr. abled, the colonies la 1739 en-to POTOMAC FEVERBy on the Melman chin. Granted could nave Professor
gram of the high school, he the schools federal
ing of Alachua adopt the constitution
Talbot has a certificate which been polished off by an analytics
first bad to "abolish the under which live Fletcher Knebel Cowles Washington Bureau
the best we today.It ,
County a where. Dr. IS mM
PI'A.II inferior Jo the Rank, I. beebee shot. The
Evans is a sincere and honorable At time when Is no wonder the admiral, Commenting on Barry Goldwater's 65 per cent of the vote in Illinois, liberal. tary is prepared to dispose eI
A number of county super man whose life mirrors needs a our country at sea in the submarine ..commentators seem to be saying that he went down to abject victory. some of its extremist local
s intendents who were there expressed his religious convictions. He a continually improvIng "John Adams," turned to critics, and to judge from the

i; great surprise at such feels that our county needs a not be school lowering system, standards we should thin 1ng of education, of law, Defense Boss McNamara feuds' with Air Force Gen. LeMay over the state. first volley, Is capable of analytical -
I I a claim on the part of a man qualified man to make our our of country and about the philosophy of preparedness. LeMay is doubtful of our relative strength, but McNamara believes and statistical over4A -

who is supposed to be a,lead schools the best, aad,with that ROBERT E. POTTER of free men. there's ample power to win the election. '- -'*' '*. x.G.- "",,-- -
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Funeral service for Mrs. Victoria
I! ., Thomas of Starke will be

held today at 3 p.m. from the
Greater Bethel Church
L HARRISON President tat Baptist
Paklltkcri PAT COWLES. Viet rre.Jieati SOUTHBy in Starke with Rev. A. Vinson
ED JOHNSON. Tic Fretldeatan i Ci r officiating. Burial will follow in
Florida's Beautiful i ExecBtit EdiUn W. C. ql' EBERSOLE. Tic President and A4TertUUf direction of Chestnut & Haile
DtieeUri BOB TART Go R a a
RALPH McGILL g. x rs
University City' UONE. TU rrc Ueat wl C@.aL FiDtetr rrh mulBf FmblUhcr Funeral Home of Starke.
tie* H&a&lu. I Of ttt Atuiu. (Ga. c.&u.&J a1 x
: Friends of Roosevelt Edwardsof

: r : 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. AdamsAnd Morriston will regret to learnof
i'f.'J;: 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only In-editorials his death which occurred in
: 3. Publish all sides of controversial issues. automobile accident at
: important
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:: The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 TheAdmiral REVIEW OF GIBBS J.C. Hampton rangements Friday.are being Local handledby ar-

':: : Want Ads-376-4672 COLORED NEWSB. Chestnut & Haile Funeral
.. Members of the Southern As-
..... sociation of Colleges and Home of Starke.THURMON .

F. Childs, Colored News Editor Schools' Special Study Committee -
We Back Turlington which reviewed the operation COLLINS
.: PERSONALS TO SPONSOR CONTEST of Gibbs Junior College, Friends of Thurmon Collinsof

:. When the path ahead is blocked Example three. Admiral H. G. Rickover, Miss Annie Mae Douglas of The Women's Society of Chris- St Petersburg, April 12-14, Lawtey will regret to learn

: with a briar patch, the weary traveler Florida has upcoming tax prob- writing at sea during the Tampa, is visiting here today tian Service of Mt Pleasant are shown with Dr. John W. !of his death, which occurred at
Or he lems. Between with relatives and friends. Methodist Church is sponsoring Rembert, President of Gibbs; his residence in Lawtey early
around. and
: can plod his way now 1967, the recent test trials of the USS Local
Miss Mae Jones and Miss a "Miss Mt. Pleasant Contest" and Dr. W. E. Combs, a consultant Friday morning. arrange-
can gingerly scamper dire ctly current tax structure will become in- John Adams, the nation's 20th Clara Bryant, both of Tampa, which will terminate on April in instruction for Flo- ments are incomplete, and are

i : through. Or he can wait until the adequate. Will the Legislature turn Polaris-type submarine, (the were visiting here yesterdaywith rida's State Department of Ed- being handled by Chestnut &

i : thorns are withered by the frost. to the taxation of food and drugs? total now is 40 nuclearpowered friends. 29.The six young ladies featuredin ucation. From left, the members Haile Funeral Home of Starke.

The alternative is the taxing of thus- Polaris and attack sub- Mrs. James Williams return- the contest are: Linda Jack- are: Dr. Wayland P. Moody,
ed to Gainesville yesterday son, Lakey Paige, Cassandra President of San Antonio Col- i MRS. ORA LEE FRAZIER
But Alachua County Representative far sacrosanct industries-minerals marines), was moved, as al- Mrs. Ora Lee. Frazier of 928
from Washington, D.C., follow- Spann, Feye Sampson, Sabrina lege, San Antonio, Texas, chair- !
Ralph Turlington,pulls briars up and timber. Both loom large in Flor- ways, by history and philos- ing a two-week visit with her Woodard and Mae Edith Wil- man of the Gibbs Special Study 'SE 13th Ave., died in the Alachua -

by the roots. ida, both maintain powerful lobbies, ophy. daughter, Mrs. Jessie Hunter, liams. Mrs. Earine Rintz, Committee; Dr. Howard Jordan, General Hospital Wednesday -

both feed money into political campaigns "This Is and other relatives. chairman; Miss Minnie Lee President of Savannah State after an illness.
ship named, he morticians i
We refer to Turlington's direct approach both are feared, both pay wrote "for two Mrs. Sarah Hawkins left Nelson, co-chairman; Rev. W. College, Savannah, Ga.; Dr. Duncan funeral: arrangements ,
great Ameri- will announce
i yesterday for Tampa becauseof M. Ferguson, minister. E. A. Knight, President of .
to sticky problems. His appearance nothing of state governmental costs. later.
John Adams
cans: our second business. She will be away Northeast Mississippi Junior

is unpretentious, his voiceis president, and his son, for several days. ARCHER NEWS College, Booneville, Miss.; and
soft, his demeanor mild. But as Ralph Turlington has grasped the John Quincy, our sixth president Mr. and Mrs. George Wallace, SINGERS TO APPEARIN Dr. Wimberly E. Brown, Deanof MRS. LUVENIA ALDRIDGE

Alachua County Representative 'for nettle and publicly seeks a broadertax of Miami, were guests of Mrs.Wallace's PROGRAMThe Students, Columbus College, Funeral services for Mrs.
It is fitting that so pow- Luvenia Aldridge, of 501 SE 14th
14 he is not known to bridle at base embrace relatives here yester- Columbus, Ga. A decision on
designed such
i years erful a guardian of our free- Holy Angels, gospel sing- Gibbs' request for full accredi- St., will be held at the Free

public questions. industries. dom be named for these day.Robert James, of Daytona ers from Dunnellon, will appearin tation and full membership in Cannan Methodist Church in

American founders of that Beach, passed through Gaines- a musical program at the the 11-state regional accrediting!' Waldo, today at 3 p.m. with
Example None of these ville route to St. St. Paul Baptist Church todayat Rev. Stitts officiating. Interment
one. acts are politically very freedom. During JohnAdams' yesterday en 3 agency will be formally announced will follow there.
expedient. In all, Ralph Turlington Augustine. p.m.There during the Association's -
administration survivors Include
our is no admission price, Her immediate
Two years ago the Gainesvillearea could have kept a diplomatic silence Navy was born. And it was but a free-will offering will be fall meeting.NEWBERRY her children, Robert Al

was ripped asunder by the issue and swept to uncontroversial victory. John Quincy, aware of the PROGRAM TO BE accepted. dridge, city; Mrs. Cora Watson

of annexation. Gainesvillians But such is not the nature of the potential of sea power, who in PRESENTEDThe I YOUTH DAY NEWS SET and Eddie Aldridge, both Earl-
Ms. Hattie Jones Palm-
t voted three-to-one to annex adjacentareas. man. 1823 as secretary of state was City-wide Gospel Chorus
+ Suburbanites voted threetoone will give a musical program at There will be given an enter- Youth Day services will be etto; and Mrs. Evelena Wilson,
principal architect of the Church conducted at the Mt Zora Baptist Starke.
against annexation. At issue Turlington's record the Spring Hill Baptist tainment in the home of Deacon
is not negative.His Duncan Brothers morticians,
Monroe Doctrine which has under the direction of Mrs. Do- Church today with Rev. Le- ,
was whether Gainesville would grow support of the University is obvious provided this hemisphere witha retha Miller, today at 3 p.m. 4:30 and C.5:30 Price from Roy Thompson, pastor. are in charge.

healthily as a single united city, or and needs no stress here. But measure of security from The .public is invited. MRS. CARRIE- SMITH

= whether suburban public services few know that he was sponsor in threats of foreign nations. NOTICEAll TO PRESENT PROGRAMThe Funeral services for Mrs.

would be financed by a costly web 1961 of the state-wide textbook law, Choirs' Union CLUB SLATES MEETINGThe Carrie Smith, a pioneer citizenof

' : of special tax districts. which mechanically streamlined the 'EDUCATION,' in John members of Ushers' BoardNo. Friendship Poverty Fund Club will Brooker, will be held at the
will en-
{ adoption of books for Florida's pub- Adams' view, made 'a greater the. pastor 1 are,asked Rev. Wright with, titled present"Choirs in program Parade" at meet Monday at the regular Greater Bell Methodist Churchat

j Ralph Turlington grasped the lic schools.Of difference between man at the Mt. Carmel Baptist the Emanuel Missionary Bap- meeting place at 8 p.m. Brooker, today at 11 ajn.

nettle and his efforts annexed 20,000new and man than nature has Church today at 3 p.m. tist Church today at 3 p.m. Rev.T. The book is now open for new with Rev. Anderson officiating.
members. Interment will follow in the
made between man and brute. E. Davis, pastor. F. G. Wing-
citizens to Gainesville. more immediate interest in Rhuda Branch Cemetery.Her .
ate, president; Mrs. F. D. Shan-
The virtues and
powers to MEETING PLANNEDThe immediate survivors in-
Turlington's RECITALThe
acknowledged expertise STUDENT PIANO non, secretary; Mrs. Wm. Prid-
which men may be trained, clude her children, Mrs.
Example two in state retirement systems, piano pupils of J. C. gen, program chairman; Mrs.G. West Coast Union Choir
Wilson and Willie
which he has shaped as chairman of by early education and con- Rawls will be presented in recital L. Sonner, reporter. meets Tuesday, April 21, at 8 Frances Walker, both of Brooker; and
The State of Florida last year was the House committee. Casting aside stant discipline, are truly sub- next Sunday at 5 p.m. at p.m. at the home of Mrs. H. G. Walker sisters
city ,
lime and LeRoy ;
astonishing.... It MEETINGThe
confronted with court decisions the archaic notion that state workers should be John Chapel Baptist Church. Shuman at Arredondo for re- Mrs. Jadie Simmons, Miami;
your care, hear Stewardess' Board of the hearsal and also business
which demanded more legislative should be doled out "pensions" if fore, and mine,' he wrote to The public is invited to I meet- and Mrs. Mary Hobbs, Mari-
and them Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church ing.
the students see per.
representation for urban areas. Gov. they lived long enough, Turlington'sefforts his wife, Abigail, 'to elevatethe form. There will be no admission -will meet at the home of Mr. anna; and brothers Willie, Amy Simmons Simmons

Farris Bryant offered the politically led to modern state retire- minds of our children and charges. and Mrs. Thomas Hurst on NW WINS S.E.A.C. TRACK city; ,
Palmetto and Lee Simmons
exalt their ; ,
to accel-
easy way, with House membershiphiked ment and survivor benefits which erate and courage animate; their 7th Ave., today at 4 p.m. CHAMPIONSHIPEdwards Jacksonville.

from 95 to 144. Alachua guarantees security to the familiesof industry and activity; to ex- NOTE OF THANKS Waters College won Duncan Brothers, morticians, I

County would have kept its tworepresentatives 7,000 state workers in Alachua cite in ambition to Deacon and Mrs. Richard MEETING West SCHEDULEDThe Coast Union Choir over Conference opponents in are in charge.

although they sat ina County alone. excel in every capacity, facul- Carter wish to thank their many the Fifteenth Annual Southeastern -i --
21 at
will meet Tuesday, April ,
Athletic Conference Track LITTLE HERBERT WILLIAMS
watered-down House. The alterna- ty and virtue. If we suffer friends for their acts of kindness
8 at the home of Mrs. H. G. Meet held in Jacksonville
their minds to grovel and shown during the death of Mrs. re- Final rites for Little Herbert
tive was for medium-sized counties, Ralph Turlington's political life is creep in infancy, they will Carter's mother. The Carter Shuman at Arredondo. cently. Williams of Melrose, who died
: like Alachua, to relinquish one of not spectacular. But he has demon- grovel all their lives.' family. During the meeting, there will Coach Clifford "Jack" Paul's Tuesday at Alachua General

: their two House members. strated fortitude. He can lead in the be rehearsal and also a busI- Tigers dominated as they took Hospital following a brief Illness 0/
.' "John Quincy Adams ANNOUNCEMENTSShady ness meeting. 12 of the first places on the were conducted yester-
... face of furor. CHURCH
public He has the fore-
taught: 'Always vote for a 17-event card. day at 1 p.m. from the grave- I I
:.. Turlington believed a 144member sight to surmount the immediate principle, 'though ygu vote Grove Primitive Baptist ANNIVERSARIES CLOSING The Tigers were paced by 4 side of the Pine Grove Ceme-

House would be unwieldy. In heated and blind passions and keep alone, and you may cherishthe Sunday School with Su- Both the pastor and church I goal medal winner Freddie tery.; Interment followed in the t

addition, unless Alachua made some his eyes fixed on beneficial long sweet reflection that your perintendent Lewis C. Williamsand anniversaries of the Greater Jones, who won the 220 low Pine Grove Cemetery.

concessions in the House, it stood to range goals. vote is never lost. teachers in charge, 10 ajn.; Fort Clark Baptist Church,, hurdles, 24.8: Pole vault, 12 ft: Herbert was survived by his n
lose its full-time and the devotional services will which began Tuesday, will come and anchored the speedy 440 father and mother, Mr. and 4
Senator in later
reapportionment JOHN ADAMS, "Old Sinkor be conducted, 11 a.m. The sermon -to a close Monday. relay, 42.0: and mile relay, 3:25 Mrs. McKinley Williams, bothof i
f efforts. This is why the Gainesville! Sun Swim," was one of the will be preached by Rev.J. There will be a program at; teams. I Melrose; two sisters, Maxine -

endorses Ralph Turlington for reelection great ones. Catherine Drinker S. Shannon. Song service by 3 p.m. today. Gene Burroughs, the Tiger and Agnes; a grandfather,
I Ralph Turlington grasped the to his eighth term in the Bowen, in her magnificent the choir and the Cup Rally, Each members is asked to I sprinter, won the 100-yard dash Mr. Williams Jacobs, and other
nettle, successfully biography, "John Adams and sponsored by the "We Do Our pay$2.REV. and the 220 yard dash. Bur-i relatives and friends. These
sponsored Florida
House I
a com- of
Representatives.The the American Revolution will end. Mrs. F. JERALD J. WILLIAMSThe .
Part Club, roughs' time was 9.5 in the 100 services were under the direction !
promise 112-member house, and Ala- noted that when Adams was D. Shannon, reporter. Rev. Jerald J. Williams,. and 21.8 on a curved 220. of the Hughes & Chestnut
? chua County lost a representative. man can grasp a nettle. but 40 years old he already Hopewell Baptist Follow- a member of Mt. Pleasant The final results of the team Funeral Home. J

had accomplished enough to ing Sunday School, 10 a.m., theWomen's Methodist Church, will speakat standings were as follows: -

merit immortality.As Home Mission will the Old Jerusalem Church Edward Waters College, 85; Sa- MRS. ELREATH GIPSON

meet. today at 8 p.m. vannah State College, 29; Al- Final rites
a young man he had Mrs. Elreath
i Voice vision of a British Com-a I The public is invit d. bany State College, 24; Claflin Gipson of Micanopy, who died

of the People monwealth of nations, stretch- ANNUAL. MEETINGThe College, 20; Morris College, 14; Monday at her home following

ing across two oceans. He be-. annual meeting of the CONTEST SET Paine College, 13, and Florida a lingering illness, will be con-
lieved that freedom as guar- Woman's Society of Christian The State King and Queen:Memorial College, 2. ducted today at 2:30 p.m. from

Oii The I anteed by British law, must Service of the Methodist Churchis I Contest of the Uniform Com- the Ward Chapel A.M.E. Church
===== panies of the Grand Union Pallbearers
==== be cherished at all costs. scheduled to meet at the Ebe- close with the Rev. Adkins officiating
will to
When, later, he found this concept nezer Methodist Church with I' come a Interment will follow in the
and comment of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Utters today ol 2:30 pjn. at the Tem- Some 900 delegates to the
had been in
eroded .
\ MUst be signed end bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if by Bri- Rev. Eddie Rivers, pastor, Cemetery.Mrs.
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the poper. Poetry requested.cannot A letter be used.should The tain herself, and that union Jacksonville, from 4 p.m. April ple at Tampa. Quadrennial General Con e r- Gipson is survived by
Sun reserves the right to reject any Utter or to shorten It, without changing the writer's meaning or with her must be broken, he 23 to 12 noon April 25. Mrs S. During the contest all uniform -' ence of the Methodist Churchare three nieces, Mrs. Ella'. Mae
Intent. wrote, "I go mourning in my D. Bankston, president; Rev.J. companies will make their scheduled to meet in the [Greene, Mrs. Eddie Mae Blackman -

heart all the day long." He F. B. Williams, district superintendent reports. Civic Auditorium in Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Jacquelyn Brew-

Tells of ChecknPTADemise er in building better under in mind, he feels it is his dutyto never hated Britain. He never NEWS Pa., April 26. ton; and three nephews, Andrew
forgot what she had contrib- The officers and delegatesare ARCHER The critical issue will be the Jackson, Carl C. Terrell
standing between the schools
give Alachua County a uted to man's liberty. He hada to be in attendance from DISTRICT CONFERENCE elimination of the church's Central and Dewey Brewton.
and the community. Appar- chance to vote for a man with CLOSINGThe Jurisdiction which ends
reverence for order and 4 p.m. April 23-12 noon April These services are under the
ently Mr. Talbot tries to wear more than the minimum law. 25. District Conference of the Negro segregation in the direction of the Hughes & Chestnut
EDITOR, Sun: Several per- the badge of loyalty with one qualifications.In Gainesville District Missionary Church. Funeral Home.
sons have accused Dr. Harry group while be boasts of quite When he was 80 years old NEWBERRY NEWS Meeting began April 15 at the I Delegates from the Florida -
Evans, candidate for County different behavior to another a debate last fall, accord- he wrote: "What do we mean PTA MEETINGThe Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church and'"Conference will be in at- AIRS. WINNIE McCRAY
to by the revolution? The war will come to a close today. tendance.
ing the
Superintendent of Pub 11 Sun, Final rites for Mrs. Winnie
c with Britain
group.I ? That
was no PTA of Newberry The following ministers appeared -
Instruction, of unfair tactics October 29, 1963, "Talbot said of the revolution McCray of Arredondo, who
part ; was mentary School will hold its in the program duringthe I PLANS PROGRAM
e in charging that his opponentwas have not accepted this he wanted to know why, if the only the effect and conse- regular meeting Tuesday April meeting: Rev. Williams,!! The City-wide Gospel Chorus I died Monday at her home following -

responsible for the abolition statement on vague rumor, School Board was so inter- quence of it The revolutionwas 21, at 8 p.m. Rev. P. L. Johnson, Rev. C. C.I i!will render a program at the I a lingering illness, will

of the GHS Parent but I have verified it with ested in upgrading school ad- in the minds and heartsof The group will be host to county 'Robinson, Rev. W. B. Nelson,'Spring Hill Baptist Church today tbe conducted today at 2:30 p.m.

Teacher Association. In the persons who were there. Someof ministration, the board didn't people, and this was effected psychologist, Dr. Wharton. Rev. W. S. White, Rev. J. Hay- at 3 pjn., sponsored by the Church the with Wesley the Chapel Rev. M. E.
i from 1760 to 1775, in the G. F.I wood and Rev. C. Simmons. Robert
them Wingate, Jr., reporter; Willing Workers' Club.
from Alachua Rank
are require a I certificatefor
interest of truth I officiating. Intermentwill
have checked
course of 15 before
years, a H. Hathcock, principal I Clifton Simmons, reporter. The public is invited.
up on Dr. Evans' statement County and are fearful of a superintendent. Dr. drop of blood was shed at ,--- follow------ -In the Patterson

I have found evidence being quoted; others are from Evans has a Rank I certificate Lexington." Cemetery.Mrs. .

that Mr. Talbot has claimed outside the county and, while the highest issued by POTOMAC FEVER McCray is survived by

credit for the death of the they have no vested interestin the State of Florida. It has ADAMS KNEW that a revolution eight children, Dan McCray,
,i PTA at GHS. this sometimes ends in des By Fletcher Knebel Cowles Washington Bureau Mrs. Rachel Cromwell, Mrs.
campaign, do not wishto been traditional in Alachua
potism. Months before the Molly Henry McCray,
At a conference of county be involved with the politicsof County for the Superintendentof Declaration of Independencehe Commenting Barry Goldwater's 65 per cent of the vote in Illinois, liberal Mrs. Eslie Dexter, Mrs. Flora

superintendents held at the another county. I have also Public Instruction to be sat down and wrote out a .commentators seem to be saying that he went down to abject victory. Mae Greggs, Willie McCray and

University Inn in the summerof talked with Dr. Evans and can among the very best qualified plan for the colonies, instructIng -- Charlie McCray; and by 31
1963, Mr. Talbot told an assert that he Is not engagingin and best educated of them in writing their sepa. Defense Boss McNamara feuds with Air Force Gen. LeMay over the state grandchildren, 39 great grandchildren

audience of professional lead- a campaign of rumor. He of the personnel of the system.any rate constitutions. It was their of preparedness. LeMay Is doubtful of our relative strength, out McNamara believes and other relativesand
ers of schools throughout the experjin being foundedon there's ample power to win the election.If friends.
State that in order to make is seeking to bring out issues Twenty-four members of the
certain changes in the pr0gram which are important in mak- the County Rank instructional I staff hold such the documents colonies in that 1789 enabled to you're cursing the April 15 tax deadline, just be thankful that the govern- direction service of the Hughes are under& Chestnut the
of the school he certificate. Mr. ment taxes income-instead of outgo.
high ing the schools of Alachua Talbot has a certificate whichis adopt the federal constitution your your Funeral Home. ;
first had to "abolish the --
County the best under which we live I
PTA." anywhere. Dr. inferior to the Rank L today.It
Evans Is a sincere and honorable is wonder the admiral Whether or not President Johnson drives too fast is in dispute, but we can TO CONDUCT A
A number of At a time when our country be thankful of At the rate he JOINT SERVICEThe
one have
county superintendents man, whose life mirrorshis at sea in the submarine moves, we never to worry about
who were there ex religious convictions. He needs a continually improving "John Adams turned LBJ getting a ticket for parking.Singing Mt Olive Primitive Bap-
pressed great surprise at sucha feels that our needs school system, we should tist Church will worship jointly
claim on the part of a man qualified man to make a not be lowering our standards. thinking of education, of law, sorority girls pass a lighted candle to learn the secret of one who is at the Macedonia Baptist
our of country and about the phi- engaged to be married. None of the other '
who is be girls knows the secret until the en- Church Forest and
supposed to a lead- schools the best, and with that ROBERT E. POTTER losophy of free: men. gaged girl blows out the candle. today at on 3 pjn. at Jacksonville Run St.,,

t ,

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"! Sunday, April 19, 1964 Gainesville Sun 5A

How About Aid to Local Governments? =r Are Officer you? for I If a So County, Safety


TALLAHASSEE (AP) The ing the functions. I will supportthe with the counties in their effortto las County: "The basic revenue 1

i'' next governor of Florida apparently (Editor's Note: The six Democratic and three Republican county commissioners in try to get more local funds problem of local government is ; : I BOB JORDANPull
will be friend of I
a strong candidates for of Florida responded -
governor their efforts to secure a sourceof other than the ad valorem the homestead exemption; and,
country governments, even to to an Associated Press request for their positionson '
the of financial aid revenue to meet this need." (property) taxes, and will work I believe in dealing .with the; )
point according
several major issues facing the next administration. .- 1
Lever 20 A
Sen. with them toward this end. sickness instead of the
to their to Scott Kelly of Lakeland: symP-1,
responses anAssociated Each issue and the candidates' views will be discussed
Press poll of their in separate dispatches. Today's installment "Some formula which will allow -Republicans: tom. I favor a modification of, On Voting Day (May 5))
stands on major issues. I discuss attitude toward local government.) the counties to share in the Ken Folks of Orlando: "Someone the homestead exemption" law (Pd. Adv.)
Eight of the nine candidates I revenue from cigarettes sold in might as well have the other -on a statewide basis. I
promised aid to county govern' unincorporated areas should be : two cents per pack the ciga-I I .
ments. The lone exception, Re- fort to get a share of new taxes. adopt new policies of consideration -developed to provide county rette,vendor keeps. He raised ;
=.:TUbJJQPnA B. "(Bob) Foster olSsLlVT1 They missed out in the closing for their residents and to governments with additional;the price five cents on the three-: }.
:: Beach, declined days when the Legislature'votedto make every effort to discharge funds to carry on their ever increasing ,cent tax increase." REELECT!
comment on the issue. share the additional 3-cent- their responsibilities in the most financial burdens." I H. B. (Bob) Foster of Fort'I
! TheDemocratic candidates' per-pack tar on cigarettes be- efficient, economic manner con- ;
Sen. John Mathews of Jack- Myers Beach: No comment. I Z'A }
, .. ,promises included state help'tth'the tween the cities' and the state. ceivable. In my candid opinion, sonville: "I am sympathetic Rep. Charles Holley of Pinel- 1
cost of,right-of-way for Here are the comments of the taxpayer isn't too far from SUPPORT!
1 : highwaySjLjevenue from cigar- each contender for governor on the breaking point.:" ,
:: 'ette taxes,.a cut of a severance his stand on local govermet: Mayor Robert King High of
Hx -on. timber and minerals Democrats: Miami: "Assessing r a i I road A".
:::-(TevIed), and general prom- Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack- property the same as nonrail- BE SURE! j
: .iSes. to help them with money sonville: "The best assistance to road property at the county ( : r
problems. local government would be the level rather than at the state o
During; the 1963 Legislature, inclusion of costs of rightsofway level will bring additional rev- ::9 13AT 7 .
.the counties: made, a .strong ef as part of the total cost of enue to county governments. .is2 In Selecting Your COUNTY
-- highway construe t i o n. This Levy a severance tax an timber
n would relieve not only the counties and materials with one-third of : : y .. T ;y aRw JUDGE To Thoroughly Study
t but the cities of a substantial the tax collected in each coun- P h w aRV .N a. .Ak .k. .ZZ :k
.. JnThe burden.Admittedly,it might ty to remain in the county for His Record And Accomplishments
an industrial development fundor
reduce the number of miles of
, roads constructed by the State a public health or recreation
Capitol where most needed and would fund. The other two-thirds wouldbe ACCOMPLISHMENTS
allow .some relief to counties channeled into the state edu- .
and cities both in their general cational system." .'..:."p .! JCLoEJu .oi

WASHINGTON (AP-In the funds and in their road funds.It Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia i/ ds;
.news from.Washington: would probably expedite the County: "I favor more home
h CANAL.ROUTE: The United construction of city streets, rule for counties. I believe the .......Graduate of University of Florida Law School, Class of 1925,

States is pressing and broaden- county roads"and primary high- Legislature should delegate to ; and Active member of University of Florida Alumni Associa-
tog: its search for a new At- way feeders. the counties some of the legisl-
lantic-Pacific canal route in Former Sen. Fred 0. (Bud) lative functions that should tion.
Latin America. Dickinson of West' Palm Beach: properly be carried out on the
State Department t press officer "My attitude toward county county leveL At the same time
Richard L Phillips said taxes: must await the presentations the counties are entitled to some \ .......Member of the Florida Bar and Past-President of the Eighth
Friday that the United States made by counties beforeit financial assistance so they can 1Hurry
hopes to arrange with NIcaragua can be intelligently defined. carry out their present duties Judicial Circuit Bar Association.
and Costa Rica to survey -But I would urge counties to and have the means of perform- get your
--- -- -
a potential sea-level. route .......Member of the Florida Association of County c.,.. Judges. having

along the their same borders.At time, an American 25% OFF ON money in by served as Secretary-Treasurer, Vice President and now the

survey team arrived in .'.,j
,Colombia to map, with the aid SERTA MATTRESSESFROM a immediate past President of sale! organization.
the Atrato-Tru- the 20th. Earn
oI(; helicopters, -.: -
anda route a few miles east of PRICES SHOWN IN ADV.
Panama. ON PAGE 4-B THIS 'PAPER .......Active National Council of Juvenile Court Judges and of

The said stepped, is -not up an search effort, officials to FURNITURE MFR'S SAMPLE HOUSENEW profits from the 1st. the Florida Counicl now serving on committees of the Na-

bring pressure, on Panama. WILUSTON RD. AT OCALA HIGHWAY tional Council. j-** .'. '
;Rather, they said, the U.S.- A little delay may leave you
Panama dispute over the Panama

1 Canal dramatically pointedup Business CardsYour waiting at the dock for ........Honorary member Delta Theta Phi Law Frat rnity.
the need for. prompt action.
i The present canal most u.s. your dividends. Visit us now, or
:officials feel, will be hopelessly own personal card 1' 1 .......Active 'in all organizations close to his profession as lawyer
outmoded by 1980 and already is esiged.with! skill andimagination. $450 :.t\" save by mail if it's easier.
too.small for some ships. \ and Judge.
I ;

t PAYROLLS-' Department UP: The reported Commerce I .:;, For 1,000 Cards : -, j. That I Solicit
' Friday that higher Industrial f t IMK :, : First Bderal It Is Upon This Record And These Accomplishments

payrolls accounted for 60 per I (Two wk. del.) .Your Continued Support and'Vote.
cent of last months increase in ** savings &loan association
"II .1 ; ,
personal income. Letterheads Custom Business Forms r. of Gainesville ".Jr//v/ .T T- Respectively
President Johnson had an- ri lid "u t. I r ? s
Envelopes Art
nounced earlier that personal Dept.
income reached a seasonally f} -- H.
I!I "When You Want Quality Call HOME LOAN SANK IYSTE144ot
adjusted j annual rate of $480.51 i 249 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. AT 3RD
billion In March-a gain of $1.5 CENTRAL FLORIDA PRINTING N.W.13TH ST.AND 6TH AYE. County JudgePd.
billion over February. .l MVA 'armw
fR6.13l1 .
WARREN COMMISSION: 1823 Hawthorne Rd. Phone 376-4321 ( Adv.

Gov. and, Mrs._John Connally of
Texas testify Tuesday before the
presidential commission investi-
gating the assassination of JohnF. FOR LIMITED'TIME

..Kennedy.The :
and his wife
governor b A x a"L
were.riding in the car with the
.late president and Mrs. Kennedy x. ONLY
', when .Kennedy was shot L Lit
and, killed Nov. 22 in Dallas.
Connally was. wounded.
i The' commission, headed by
-.tIt ...
--Chief Justice Earl Warren, also rrrrrrrrtrre.rrrrrtlrr. \ INCHES LONGER THAN A STANDARD BEAUTYRESTry
:announced Friday that two phy-
sicians who treated Kennedy at I I I
parkland Memorial Hospital,
Drs. Charles Gregory and Robert it
( -Shaw, are to appear Tues- i.

i ..< Gaulle- I SAVE

..Just Fine .t ,.

PARIS, _.(AP). President
Charles de..Gaulle took -a few Y _
,steps in-his hospital room Saturday -
and ate a normal lunch on
the first day after his secrecy- e f
shrouded prostate operation Frday. !- i BEAUTYRES1
...A. medical bulletin called y w
his condition "very satis
Associates reported the presi-
1 .
.dent would stay in the hospital
about,10 days,.then spend about LONG BOY

.another probably week his country convalescing estate, 1 .. : : '

at Colombey-les-Deux-Eglises in I .. .._-r .-- 1 '"
eastern France. 1 :
Information from the sick I 1
De Gaulle's direct Regularly priced fixed
r roomon orderSwas limited to a few : SETS 179.00 now only $;59.00. t OPPORTUNITY Replace your old mattress with I .
basic and reassuring facts. The _

de bulletin Gaulle issued passed said a only good: "Gen.night, I I Now same price as standard a Beautyrest Long Boy. Get out of.this. world
.. 5 inches longer.
tt took nourishment and took r Beautyrest.

several some steps in his room. His" : I comfort! Get room fur your feet. SAVE $20 ORDINARY An.usnUve200&o300.incSHUPI'V -
condition is very satisfactory. shop now and really 1 together prints PUSH one down .and the etner
I nearby rlnel MI down too.They cant support
I .. "'. )ii save..,Sale ends May 31, 1964. 1 If you're one of those many thousands of people grown longer than your present bed, bodlt101lo1wl..llw.1IAmmock''kIn4ofI1cIPoI :

Stassen. Hdqts. \ N \ F' 1 now's your chance to take your toes to bed too. That extra 5 inches of Beautyrest
I :,,\_ +, ; I comfort ends barefeet hangover, lets a lanky body unwind and really stretch-out for
INDIANAPOLIS (APHaroM i I a good night's rest. There's a welcome $20 saving that goes with this extra length plus \
E. Stassen opened headquarters .
Saturday for the Indiana rr r r r r r'I- r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r Beautyrest independent coil construction,proven durability (lasts 3 times longer than

." -Republican presidential pri- ordinarymattresses) and a 15-year guarantee (stated right on the mattress label). c r t

mary campaign, which he has Now the time to buy a Beautyrest Long Boy Set, now's the time to save! BEAUTY*EST has ever 800 individual springs..
called the only Midwest test of NorthcentralFlorida's together each is in separate clot: *
pockets.EacA spring works incependentty to push
his program against that of cp under the back.,.give tan buoyant support
Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona. Three \0 &0 all petta4 an.I .
"furniture city"Large
The former Minnesota governor NO CARRYING CHARGE ON BEAUTYREST
f opposing Goldwater in the Largest Display 1001 wonderful buys S
Indiana primary May 5, de- OUR 90-DAY PLAN OR TAKE by SIMMONS ..
scribed his own position as a ofFurniture Display .
"middle-of-the road building O'th 19 S.E. 1st AVENUE UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY .

for peace" program patterned Floors .
on the Eisenhower administra .



6A Gainesville Sun Sunday, April 19, 1964

.- in the NewsNEW capagal appointed a committee'to 'Sydney Chaplin, Anne Francis
I People \ investigate the accusation, and Jack Carter helping her
School Supt. Rivals Review made by.Ferdinand E. Marcos, slice the cake.I .
YfyJq d, b .. kS YORK (AP-Richard have had his'own. grocery store president of both the Philippine
Ae M. Nixon in a jocular mood,at today." Senate and of Macapagal's Liberal

11 l Foe School Student Fees R a and meeting Sinners of Club the ,circus offered Saints to party.

loan President Johnson "the MANILA (AP-Macario Per-

i make-up man who made me up,alta,. Philippine defense secretary NEW YORK (AP-Edie Adams -
the Gainesville League of !guidance and counseling staff of I money enough to make the for my debates." is going on leave at his comedienne singer'and
Women Voters, a non partisan I the county must be increased. schools free. 1... The 1960 Republican presidential own request while authorities widow of comedian Ernie Ko- ,.a

organization, submitted questions QUESTION: It has been suggested -I! With the above in mind, I am candidate, who ,appeared in investigate an allegation that vacs, celebrated her 35th birth-
prepared by its Voters i that inequities exist! for each school center being televised debates during that he has been protecting smug day in a Manhattan restaurant,,
Service Committee to all Ala- among the various schools resulting -' allowed to charge fees as needed campaign with his Democratic glers. President Diosdado Ma- .with friends and entertainers
__ ______ ____
candidates who II : to conduct the program the u
chin County from the differences in opponent, the late John F. Ken 1
face-opposition in the May 5 primary .families' ability to make peri-! parents, students and staff de s'i nedy, was the butt of ribbing at I Lunch Where Your Friends lunch- $_
election.) odic financial contributions and sire. In our county, fees must the club affair, but took the, WHERE?
thereby supplement the cost of be approved by the Superintendent jibes good-naturedly.
THE OFFICE: operation of the school. Do you and School Board. I am Humorist Walter Kiernan sat.
'School sup e rintendent for a believe anything can be or for their stand in allowing fees irized Nixon's career thusly: Carmatitlla's70S !

four-year term at an annual should be done to elimina te to be collected. "His father was a grocer and WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE !!

salajy of 12000. inequities? QUESTION: TalbotE"ans had this man' (Nixon, the son)
THE CANDIDATES: Evans: I firmly believe that What do you consider to be stayed out of politics, he might;
Harry L. Evans, 57, of Mic- I the excessive fees which stu- the most pressing problems to -

anopy, and W. S. Talbot, 45, dents are forced to pay, especially be solved by the school super- _
of'Gainesville. at the high school level, intendent's office during the Home Says .
QUESTION: should be abolished. These fees next few years, and what solutions r ...
Of''the four frequently sugges- are not necessary for a good educational do you suggest for these Labor 'Soft'ABERDEEN : Haogb2IT
ted types of schoolVocationalHgih program. It places problems? I II I

School, ComprehensiveHigh an undue hardsip on many par Evans: The most pressing Scotland (AP-
School, Technical High ents, it becomes a constant problems to be faced by y our Prime Minister Sir Alec Doug-
School, and Community Junior inconvenience, and it often operates -school superintendent in the immediate las-Home says his Conserva- MORTGAGE MONEYNeed
College which do you feel in a way, that many stu- future are: tives are made of sterner stuff
will best meet the needs of the dents are not only embarrassedbut (1) Adequate school support than the opposition Laboritesand
people of Alachua County? are denied certain educational provided by a realistic and are more equal to the job
Evans: In 1957 58, as Director opportunities.When equitable property assessment. of persuading the Communiststo
of Vocational Education for \\ local tax assessmentswere ((2) Providing the needed keep.the peace.At help in making your "dream home..
'{ the Alachua County schools, I facing a drastic reduction, classrooms and other facilities a party meeting Friday come true? I If you'll supply the dream .
conducted! asurveyto deter- cutting off needed school mon- required for a rapidly grow!n g night, Douglas Home accusedthe we'll supply the cash for your mortgage loan.
mine the v 0 eat local needs of ey, the School Board assessed a school population. Labor party of wavering be- The Gainesville Mutual offers the lowest
this'county, and, to make recommendations fee for general instructional materials ((3)) Maintaining a harmonious fore the Soviet nuclear chal- financing costs, too, with lower interest rates
to the County but when the Board saw working relations with all seg- lenge. The Conservatives, he up to 25 years.
School Board to meet these that the serious reduction would ments of our population. f,. said, had stood firm against the ..

needs. Assisting with the ,survey -not occur, the board had the ((4). Providing the needed Soviet
Ii was the State Department I school principals return the feesto leadership in developing, a cur- NO DISCOUNTS or SERVICE FEES
) of Education, the University of the parents. riculum designed to keep pace I pressure.LVffi
Florida, the Gainesville Chamber The fees'the parents are paying with the demands made by our I High School contributes $35,000
of Commerce, and repre- society. to the public.
I are being set by each
sentatives from industry, bus school; the amount varies considerably Talbot: The'most pressing The same examples are In our Iv11I
ness and trades, from all sections -I county regarding non instruc-
from school to school. problem: Staff the schools with
of Alachua County. i The fees range from two dollarsin adequate teachers and instructional tional staff, such as secretaries, Gainesville Mutual'BUILDING
The s u r v y report recom- some elementary schools to personnel. custodians and many others.I I

mended that the vocational many times that figure for some : A group of dedicated teachersin recommend staffing the Acrts Frwn Greyhu 4"
'J courses in our high schoolsbe finance pupils in Gainesville High the county annually donate schools with the personnel need S.W.. tut 4th St Avenue ti n ,
expanded as rapidly as School. Eliminate waste and their services to the citizens by ed as the first budget priority.The .
student interest would 372-3376 AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
and Call
eliminate fees. teaching over loaded classes.At Superintendent and Board

permit.that Gainesville If further High recommended School- Talbot: It is the duty of the Gainesville High Schoolthis would then give priority num DAY or NIGHT 217 N.E. lit STREET Phone FR 6-6771 or FR 6-2415
work citizens of Alachua County to year we have every teacher bers to the other items of
and Lincoln High all plus that we earned last school business as they deem
the development of amore furnish free education to stu-
dents. year. The antiquated school important.Over .
comprehensive program.The laws are one in arrears, the state of Florida It
The two big sources of tax
lack,of interest and lack t a
and as a result, this has been acceptable to charge
monies are the minimum foun- year
the part \
cooperation on resulted in lit- dation program from state at Gainesville High School we fees as the S u p e r intendentand Does YOUR Home Need. : (
some principals .
are earning 81 teachers but have Board for consum-
tie being made In developing -funds: and the ad valorum tax approve
progress this type of program, from county funds. The Superin- 74 em ploy l e d. Computing a able supplies. If tax monies are
and raises the question as tendent and Board make the teacher's annual salary at $5- insufficient, do so in Mac h u a '. .
whether now a separate Vocational budget based on amount of tax 000, the staff of Gainesville County. .
monies received. A FINANCIAL It
l and Technical school designed r
to serve both high schools Average daily 'attendance of OFFICE EXPENSESDo
I and pest high school youth each school determines the i ". ". Ru"t
might be more desirable.I amount of money that a school I you really want to save on them? Have you made
am in full accord with those J receives. The superintendent and I an effort to do so this,year? We have 1st grade 20 lb. It c.
who feel that a Junior Collegeis board allocate this money, by letter size Mimeo & Duplicator paper at $1.80 per i.
needed in Alachua County. budget, and supervise its spend- ream. We also have EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE at Shot bbhY '

pledge my support to the typeof ing.The reasonable rates on all of your office machines. .'
organization that will provideat Minimum F o u ndation Have You Checked With
the earliest possible time, a Program is just that, MINIMUM fl ",
Riser's Office
program designed to meet the The University of Florida EquipmentLately .' ",'
need of the school drop out, Sunland Training Center, To See Just How Much You Con SAVE / ':
I I the high school boy or girl not and other large state owned 604 North Main St. Phone FR 2-9607
planning to enter college, the properties are non taxable;I ELEVEN USED CASH REGISTERS FO R SALE, TOO IN THE ARM? rj ,
post- high school youth as wellas therefore our county tax money EXPERT REPAIR SERVICEHERE'S ,
the college bound. Such a 'does not supplement the s t ate I I .

program as this may require I

two separate; type organizations. ,rte
r. Talbot: The school most need-
ed in this county is a Vocational -
Technical High School. This WHY The symptoms are clear: standing in line at the bathroom lw _,
school will be for grades 10 r
door, doubling up in bedrooms, no place for t
i through Adult Education. a -
member of the Education Com- overnight guests blown fuses from overloaded circuits t
;' mittee of the Chamber of Commerce .
r Evans Is all these and tell what the' ;
r I voted to recommendthis ? : Harry many more you : .

school to the chamber body .
diagnosis is without question. Your home needs a ,
for action. '''' '
This school will offer technical The Best Qualified financial shot in the arm! What to do? %? 'J..
education In areas,
many You and your builder know better than we how.', ,- ." .. t '-'
with the students trained or
i semi trained for a vocation. : your home can be expanded. However we do know c-tJ:
There will be many students at- i:1 Candidate F
tending this school who will .go : how to make it possible for you to pay for those 1 r" "1 ...!.';. .; :, ,

l on to higher education. ? Harry Evans has spent over twenty yearsin needed home improvements without sacrificing stir -:: .:: : .
Courses in vocational subjects education. He has four college degrees in 1 ,
I ft. --
such as air conditioning, refrigeration .c education, valuable business experience, and your hard-won savings or scuttling the family L :: _.:

and heating, auto has been active In civic and church affairs. In budget. Call us we'll be happy to help "r: ,. ..
you ,, N' 0#
mechanics brick and block :
lay '
naval service during World War II. he rose v. .
business machine mechanics home back health ., .. .
'I ing, commercial cooking and from a seaman apprentice to a Lt. Commander nurse your to again. : ; ... ,_ :..
'. in the Supply Corps. y
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baking, cosmetology, printing, Study fend compare these qualifications: "'!"" '
i radio and TV mechanics are ...''"'.' .
some of the examples of needs

in our community.. .. '. _..
Teacher Business Experience: 4 t ;.:- -- -
Courses in technical subjects Over 20 experience FarmingBeef SEE US FIRST FOR A '; I, r -.. :. .. '
1 such as architectural, technology years .. .a .
Cattle ii. ,I .. J f .. ...
data processing technology, ; ...
I Manufacturer ,J" 6 I .1 _. ; .
I electronics technology, and me- Principal: Retail Sales .. f' ,.- -
chanical design technology are Elementary School '
needed In this county.If Junior High Schools Home Builder .... ':'.. : ". ", ';'-
the above school to be a Senior! High Schools Deep Interest In Civic Affairs: !.! fI' !,: I,- -Z 'r.. :.
success, every junior high University Professor: Past President Florida Reserve HOMEIMPROVEMENT, .. <.... "' .
school in our county must havea (Extension) ,_ :- Officers Association : : .
comprehensive shop and exploratory -I Director of VocationalEducation Past President Micanopy Civic

program, and the Club
r I I Alachuo County Schools
r University of Florida Alumni

Group Names I College Degrees American AssociationFour Legion LOAN

Mrs. StewartAs all in Education Veteran of Foreign Wars
I B.A in Elementary Education Florida Cattlemen's Association
President B.A. in Secondary Education Lifetime Member National
M.A. in School Administratior
I Education Association
Mrs: Elizabeth (Betty) Stew-: and Supervision American Vocational Association You Can Arrange Loan by Phone

art, a teacher in special classesat D.Ed. in Education Florida Education Association
Sidney Lanier Elementary Dissertation on Vocational Mason-York Rite-Scottish Call FR 6-5351 If You're Unable to Come:In
School was elected president of Education Rite (32-degree) Shrine
the Alachua County AssociationFor .
Religious : t
Retarded Children recently.I Military ServiceU. -
Methodist .
The of the association S. Navy 1941-47 ,
purpose -I Part Time Supply Pastor .
is to provide non-profit 1 Lt. Commander Supply Corps Pastor Windsor. Methodist Church .
laymen organization, which (Paymaster)
will work with projects, research :
medical facilities and; Protect your child's education future! Place the person best qualifiedat FJrst
educational classes:' I. the head of your school system. u&l.
The .Alachua Association is J .Mf sT ,. .

particularly a interested sheltered in workshop encouraging -'I Vote For The Best Qualified CandidateVote LBA9 OF GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA -i. .. ':;'

more classes, day care I .iJJiA: : I" ,,. -;
centers and job opportunities '
< C-1
lathe' _Alachua County area. For ESTABLISHED. 1888,. :, :
,Serving: with Mrs. Stewart u,vi
we Mrs. W. C. Price, recording 't:" '
feld, treasurer. HARRY EVANSfor
The Association meets the,i ", .
i second Tuesday of each month' I : ...1fdi 1.
at the County School Board
Administration Building at 8 Superintendent of Public Instruction 'c: '
pjrn. Parents and interested per' (PL Air.;) I : .
sons are invited to join. I i, :T' J< '. -, .-.'" ,.$ ,;.. 1 <>."\\.1.1' ,.., .

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Author I Stopped-Up Paper Rolls Help Thwart PickPocketsBy Flees Reds .

DARDEN CHAMBLISS same-size packages raised prob- cardboard on which small items challenges package designersface.
AP Business News Writer lems. They found that .some are mounted -harder to pocket East BERLIN German(AP-A youth 19-year-old fled unharmed i FLORIDA Swimming Pool
Barksdale recounted these in- They must also in
keep mind "
I 70 Dies NEW YORK (AP-Why have shoppers would switch productsand : into West Berlin amida
stances in discussing the 33rd the particular wants of ;
.they started sealing off the endsof for instance, take home a warehousemen hail of bullets on the outskirtsof Rivers Construction :
National Packaging Conferenceand and the fact that retailers the city Friday. by Co.
wax paper $1.75 lobster in a macaroni-and-
National Packaging Exposition are very jealous of their West Berlin workers aided
Hecht Why do they deliberately use cheese carton with a 38centtag. being held by the Am- shelf space. The retailers won't the dash to freedom by racinga A QUALITY POOL Backed by a

.' different size packages for prod- erican Management Association stock a package that takes up heavy truck between the FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY "
': ucts that aren't different sizes? starting April 20. Barksdale is too much room and they insiston shooting East German border ...
Barksdale said. that efforts to
NEW YOpk (AP) Author an association officer and will loading shelves the handiest guards and the fleeing Johannes
2 SIZES 16x32 and
I The answer, ,says Julian thwart dishoesty also account chair several of the conference way for their purposes. Krause. 20x40
BenJHechya one-man fiction I Priced at $3,000 to $3,500
Barksdale, vice president of the for some of the hard-to-open jar sessions. I
factory,..dted ix*. his Manhattan Whitman's Chocolates division I NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCING ..
tops-lid switching is common I Barksdale said that thwarting
of Pet Milk and I E Are for the enforcement
apartmenf. 'Saturday, an open Co. an expert -and for the bulky sheets of thieves is only one of many you
bookan: his reading glassesat on packaging, is shoplifters. of the!lows?. WITH EACH POOL YOU CrT
his'iJde:. \ Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board .
-, I' Supermarket managers have & Then Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
found ,that thieves will 25% OFF
+ The-70-year-oJd writer of.novels small some tubes of ON VOTE and SUPPORT Leaf Net '
lip objects -
plays and motion picture
toothpaste or shampoo, for instanceInto'the CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION .
scripts was found by his wife of hollow rolls of I SERTA MATTRESSESFROM BOB JORDAN "
39 years..She'1fled'io revive him wrapping paper and thereby: PRICES SHOWN IN ADV. !
with mou't&Cwnouth: l reSUScitation -get them past the check-out ON PAGE 4-B THIS PAPER Pull Lever 20 A 1909 EAST 5th STREET
:a"poBce' emergency girl DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA, .....
anj I FURNITURE MFR'S SAMPLE HOUSE On Voting Day (May 5) .
crew administered oxygen.Hecht's"phyician := Also, says Barksdale, an attempt -! (Pd. 1dvl I 622-7048 FLA.
to standardize a line of NEW WILLISTON RD. AT OCALA HIGHWAY I
: : .! Dr. MortonS. -
Bryerr;:: said he apparently
suffered a .heart attack. L i :i R3
.B !.r
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1 said the-wrtter.appeared- be ______
in good n in a recent '
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With otrty 1 gh school education HIui1
theNew York-born .1:
; Hecht went _t Jcago and land-
ed a newspaper job on the Chi
cago Journal 1910.
That wasjhe beginning of a
writing career-that was to bring
!him fame-and fortune. Q U A L1TY

Teas'fcest.known, perhaps, k AlM I a -J DISCO UN1
a 0
for the play-4The:: Front Page,
; written collaboration with
, Charles MacArthur in 1928. The BR .'
r newspapermen they portrayed c
becamestereotypes for char.acterizins .
: the profession. I >: NSENTODAY

"I'm a professional writer, as p.m.
,,' ::'b ...
I another man might be a professional ;,0 f '
carpenter," Hecht once

rewriting three"Writing that's hard."easy.I It's write the a SHOP EARLY AND SAVE! QUANTITIES LIMITED! !

By the time he was 65, Hecht .
t had turned out 65 movie scripts, .
25 books, 20 plays, 250 short
t stories and at least 300 magazine = MEN'S BOY'S GIRLS WOMEN'S =

articles."I .
have done the best I can," : GOLF STYLE Sizes 6 to 16 3 PIECE STRETCH DENIM :

he said. "I think it's better to

keep gem.every writing I word had, trying than a to labor make who over it did a KNIT SHIRTS WEAR PLAY SETS JAMAICAS i

that He wouldn't write anything
unless he was convinced it was .
his greatest effort As a result, .

his and style withered.became" cramped,rusty .: 2 FOR 3.00 97 1.97 2.QO :.

I Hecht and MacArthur worked : COMPARE AT 2.49 YOUR CHOICE COMP. VALUE 2.99 COMP. VALUE 3.99 .
together on many plays and
movies, and were friends and 3 Button placket style Cotton walk shorts : ,i Set includes 2 pair shorts Side zipper, horizontal,stretch :
neighbors until MacArthur's .'
r death four years ago on April 21. .-_. Washable cotton' t." Sport and knit shirts' and a matching top. Navy, wheat, blue and green B.

Hecht and his second wife, the Sizes S:M-U Swim Trunks Sunshine colors. Sizes 3-14., Sizes 8 to 18. .

former Rose Caylor, a newspaper .
woman, and MacArthur and "
4 .
, his wife, actress Helen Hayes,
' had homes at Nyack, on the : MEN'S SPECIAL PURCHASE! TODDLER MISSES' :
west side of the Hudson River

tan.some There 25 miles Hecht above indulged Hanhat In : DRESS or CASUAL CHILDREN'S 2 PIECE TAILORED : -

one of his favorite hobbies, sailIng .

, An.. old friend recalled that SLACKS SOCKS PAJAMAS SHIRTS E":

Hecht met his second wife when :
I both'were employed on the Chi : .. '. : .

and cago she Daily in Chicago.News-he in Berlin : 2 FOR 7.00 6 PR.1.00 72ft 1.17 :

I Their only cluld, Jenny, a .
young actress who lives in COMP. VALUE 4.99 each COMPARE AT 39c each A 1.19 VALUE COMPARE AT 1.99 .

E Greenwich in theatrical Village,productions has appeared Fortrel Avril. dacron and rayon Sizes 6 to 11 to fit all 2-pc. Nursery print pajamas Wash 'N Wear solid cotton .. .

( with Helen Hayes. : I Ivy styling, finished bottoms Guaranteed washable Sanforized broadcloth Broadcloth. Sizes 32 to 38 = "?'

Hecht's first wife was Marie Sizes 29 to 42GUARANTEED Sold in packages of 6 only Sizes 1 to 3 Assorted collars and pockets .
Armstrong, whom he married B
in 1915. The marriage ended in H
;:: i
divorce. They had one daughter, B
Hecht, the son of immigrantsfrom "
child prodigy on the violin and
gave a concert in Chicago at the : 45 PIECEMELMAC WASTEBASKETS HOUSEHOLD 1
age of 10. .
f .
I l Mrs. Hecht said she entered
the apartment dressing room E SET GADGETS BOARDS
about 7:30 a.m. and found her
husband in a kneeling position .
with his head pressed into a pil 0

ow.nearby.The book and glasses were i 14.44 97 w',' 66 2.97 I

Hecht spent a lifetime sticking
pins In the hypocritical balloons COMP. VALUE 19.98 A 1.98 VALUE 410#:' VALUES TO 1.29 A 5.00 VALUE =

I of his time. Hal Boyle, AssocI- : Wont chip or crack Unbreakable plastic Dust mop Lap tray Fully adjustable .
ated Press columnist who inter. -
viewed Hecht five years ago, on : .."* ,Guaranteed for 2 years Turq., pink yellow Cutting board Fruit knives Non slip rubber feet =

the eve of his 65th birthday Safe in dishwasher Smart .
wrote: styling e Plastic broom and many more Self levelingSPORTSMAN .
"Ben looks like an aging kew
i pie doll or a raffish Buddha. = = :
His blue twinkle with unholy -
joy as he puffs on a long
cigar and verbally skewers one --
r of mankind's eternal follies. He POLE REDWOODPATIO ROTARYMOWER ZEBCO 404 =
still has the air of a small boy "

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Mutt B. 3 multi color shades Folding ,chaise, matching :chair, 3-hp, 4 cycle engine Reel has 100 yds. of 15-Jb test line. .

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.SA Galnesvill -SunSundc.Yi April ::19, 1964

I Floats, Queen, Politics in Dixie 'County KEEP STABiliTYIN


By BUZZ MIXSON Pleasant Congressional Duty .. "[' TAX ASSESSOR
.CROSS CITY- Joy Chavous, (

,,a pretty 17 year-old senior at Rights 'StallIn'Ultimatum IM t ,. KEEP J. PIERCESMITH
Dixie County High School, was .1
crowned the 1964 Dixie County
., fft
Forestry queen yesterday in the C rJS9. I .. d.
highlighting event of the eighth .T$ GivenBy

annual Dixie County Forestry r (Pi. Aiy.)
Festival staged 'here. + i

,Around 4,000 persons were on i-S- 1: ; THE ASSOCIATED !
r4 a i:; PRESSA ing Committee said at least 19-
the of the
band for crowning
000 of the 47,376 pupils enrolled
new queen by Congressman D. civil rights group has an-
turned out for a series of 30
fi R. (Billy) Matthews, and for nounced that a plan to tie up "freedom schools. Pickets, led
the the opening of the New YorkWorld's
preceding parade.
by Dick Gregory, Chicago Ne-
The new q u een is the daughter Fair Wednesday withan gro comedian, demonstrated in TjM0jj
of Mr. and Mrs Richard automobile "stall-in" ,will be
front of the school board office.
Chavous. She was sponsored carried out unless Negro de-

the Florida Forest Service, and mands are met In, Cleveland, Harold B. Wil-
the crown she received was re- liams, coordinator of the Unit
Marshall C. England chair-
linquished by last year's queen, man of the Manhattan, ed Freedom Movement, said a
Glenna Lamb. x ri chapterof team of doctors would sign excuses
the Congress of Racial for
Etta Driggers, 17, was the if necessary for pupils .MONEY .
Equality, said the demonstration
first in the who take in
runner up queen part a school boy
contest which was held Friday would emphasize Negro de- cott scheduled
night before an audience of L mands for better housing, ,. Monday. I No Unnecessary Middleman ,

about 1,000 persons jammed in- i schools, job opportunities and Civil Rights leaders in San o Low' Overhead a Modest Profits _.. ,
to the Dixie County High School ; an investigation of what he Francisco planned a demonstration o Use Your Central Charge Plan-or Cash & Carry

gym. She is a senior at Dixie FiC.'tjJ, ;y c"b'c4 v_ called police brutality. in the city's auto sales dis- S First Quality Merchandise and Courteous Service

High, the daughter of Mr. and In Washington, a group of Ne- trict. But they announced an ONE COAT ONE COAT

Mrs. Joe B. George,and was gro leaders issued a statement agreement had been reached ALYKD FLAT ACRYLIC IATEC VHWSITO PFUT. ..

sponsored by the Chief, land lf denouncing the "stall-in" as an with one dealer whose show- YAYTn' .. .itSl Y1AMim
Timber Co"Second f act that could harm thousandsand room was'crowded with demon- BVKTAMCT
runner up in the would not serve the broad strators last week. The dealer ONt COAT lOTtRt sRtF FRww.w
queen contest was Stacey Jones; interests of Negroes.The said he would open his show- elosT 7YRFAttt .ALL IllUACIICIn.....woos<
who is 16 and the daughter of fair room and shops to train Negroes pea't -""' '
block the
to 1
Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Jones. Her Congressman D. R. (Billy) :Matthews crowns the 1964 Dixie County in sales and mechanics. flNlS1l MIMVTDDVLULI
sponsor was Buckeye Cellulose Forestry Queen, Joy Chavous, as the retiring queen, Glenna Lamb, watches. opening was called irresponsi-I ,,Joa,,".IIIIAM..wIOrnT
ble ,
Jackie use OM
Corp. The coronation was a highlight of the eighth annual Dixie County Forestry by I .!: woo.wat T..... .v t baseball star and a leader in eoAr \Me w.uCAIlMm
i The festival began yesterday Festival in Cross City. (Sun photo by Buzz Mixson) the civil rights movement Robinson I .oou, WA,,.

morning with a 39-unit parade tracting background for the pa- for school children were an- queen; and Nancy Everett, sent a telegram from Detroit ElectricalOUTLETS I $L98 EVERY FREE $898 Y FREE
which glittered and gleamed in 2nd GAL. tad GAL
rade units. nounced by Sam Register. In Trenton homecoming queen. to floor managers of the
the bright Dixie County sun- The crowning took fifth and sixth grade competition Secretary of State Tom Adams civil rights bill in Congress,!
it wended down U.S. queen ADDED
shine 3.41 first place was won by represented the State Cabinetat stating that such action might
: follow ing
19 the _school place at a program -
Highway athletic high the parade. 0. K. (Kimmy) Toni Woodford. Martin Hendrixwas the Festival. spark a white counter revolu-; o Residential Commercial 4''T ;

And the parade float that Jones was master of ceremon- second and Larry Keene, About 3,000 pounds of barbe tion. o Industrial _
ies.,A welcome extended by third. and In New York's Harlem district CALL
glittered and gleamed the pret: was cued beef pork was servedto
tiest, in the eyes of :judges, Cecil, James, president of the Seventh and eighth grade festival goers during a noon about 75 residents en- C. P. Dressier 501 N.W. 8th Ave., Gainesville, Phone 376-7588
was the entry of the St. Regis festival sponsor, the Dixie winners in the poster contest:luncheon break. The beef was gaged in a pitched battle with Electrical Contractor
Chamber of Commerce. Joe Gee, first .Ricky I at the police after officers tried to ar-
Paper Corp., which won fir s t County were: : bought recent Suwannee (Advertisement)
place in float competition. *' James said that the festival is Landrum, second; and Jimmy River Beef Cattle.Show and do- rest two teenagers who were Phone FR 6-6193 Among male readers, advertising in newspapershas
The entry of the Buckeye Cel- held each year as a tribute to Jackson, third. nated by Dixie County mer- accused of overturning a fruitpeddler's 910 N.W. 4th St. even greater readership than the sports page..

lulose Co. won second place in Dixie County's forest industry. Darren NeSmith was the win- chants and other individuals. cart. Four patrolmen -'-
and social worker In-
float competition. Third place "The growth of the forest in- ner of an essay conzest for jun- Afternoon events included entertainment a were
went to Hudson Pulp and Pa- dustry here has been marked by jured, none seriously.A
j iors and seniors of Dixie Coun- by Jimmy Strick- school boycott protesting al- SHOPSHOPSHOP
; per Corp. an equal amount of appreciationby ty High. Elizabeth Wheeler was land and his band, a tour of in Ind. ,
I leged segregation Gary, ,
the for the indus- >
Intermingled with the throngs people
second in this contest. forestry exhibits and various a
that watched the parade was al- try," James said. brought differing reports on -
most an equal number, of political Jones noted that the Forestry All winners in the poster and field events and guessing pupils. School Supt Lee
candidates and their cam- festival has grown'from an attendance essay contests received cash contests. R. Gilbert said about 16,000 boy- IN GAINESVILLE

paign workers; and the radiant of about 200 the first prizes.. Concluding events last night cotted classrooms and the one-
red and blue campaign posters year to between 3,000 and 4,000 Special guests introduced included were a coronation ball and a day demonstration. Spokesmenfor 4 Drop off your dry cleaning on
this at this Susan Lewis of Williston, queen's ball for teen-agers. the Civil Rights Coordinat-
that are so popular year year. ,1 AS}. .' t your way to work at any

: I i.'KwyR t t dA of our plants, and pick jt up

Watermelon 25% OFF ON on your way home.


This Weekcasters ON PAGE 4-B THIS PAPER All Dry Cleaning Done on Premises
Merrily Along
FURNITURE MFR'S SAMPLE HOUSE i 3 DAY SPECIAL: Mon., April 20, Tues., April 21, Wed., April 22
By AUGUST STAUB Harry Williams, Dutch play which depends so heavily I Ii

Shaefferj; John Kay and Elsie on.machinery 1 ?
The "Solid Gold Cadillac" the

current, production of the Portz. As Edward L. McKeever, Unfortunately, all pacing dif TROUSERS SKIRTS {plain}
Msrkham's recitation of
4 Gainsveille Little Theater, is as Jess ficulties were not caused by the

wacky and gay as spring time "Spartacus to the Gladiators"was episodic nature of the play i d, SUIT COATS SWEATERS

1 itself. Written by Howard Teich- clearly the comic highpoint script. Several times the co-di-I REALTOR ,, ,
I '
mann and George S. Kaufman, of the evening.It rectors failed to "move th e

the comedy tells the tale of was however Anne Haneyas scenes to and through their SLIM JIMS, SHORTS
what happens to the cynical and Amelia Shotgraven, secre- necessary i *,".

greedy members of the boardof tary to Laura Partridge, who I all, the shortcomings are of.MARJORIE .-

a multimillion dollar corporation turned in the kind' of polished not major. The "Solid Gold. i 5 for 1.95
Cadillac" is full
a production
old I
when a little lady be- performance seen so seldom on
good fun presented with bounce
gins to take an'interest in their the nonprofessional stage. I S. ADAMSWITH
good nature by a merry'
affairs.In The L i ttle Theatre's current cast. You should really treat!
an effort to prevent her production does have one ser- yourself to this show. You'll I
from asking embarrassing ques- ious drawback. In truth, the like it, and you :can do,a. good I THE INVITATION TO COME IN AND VISIT.
tions at the stockholders an- fault lies more with the play deed while you have a good'I'
nual meeting, script than with the production.As time. The proceeds from the, BLANKETS

the board hires written, the "Solid Gold show are being donated to The I .3,;, : -
Gold Cadillac" was clearly designed American Cancer Society. The' ". ,
Partridge as A Sun for the highly mechan- "Solid Gold Cadillac" plays' ARNOLD REALTY CO.

L the administrator ized Broadway theater. To stageit Monday through .Saturday of 69 II
of the with the proper smoothness this week. Curtain time is 8:30 = u (DOUBLE OR SINGLE) _
nonRenew., r
existent department demands all the equipment of p.m. For reservations call I 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522

of stockholder an expensive theatre black- Gainesville Little Theater, 376- i
rela out curtains, wagons, revolves, 4949. r dry cleaned, moth proofed,

tions. Through a mixture of and an army of stage hands. j

innocence and craftiness, Mrs. Lacking these things, the local i packaged in plastic bags ;
:_ ,
Partridge finally manages to production bumped along,
gain control of the entire cor- destroying in the scene changethe
poration. In the process of interest built up in the' COLOR TV IS GREAT

moving their heroine from rags .scene. One wonders why the I Please help us to serve you better by always having your delivery receipt with _
to riches. Teichmann and Kauf- Little Theatre would select a
to satirize almost DON'T FORGET We a PRE-SPOT MOTHPROOF every garment that
I every aspect of big business "
we dry clean. .. _IT
11 and big government Sometimesthe SEWERS -.- -- -
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as Laura
Partridge the latter day Cin- AT %/itG nvuic Odorless dry cleaning fl'
derella, displayed both talent FREE ESTIMATES FRESH AS A FLOWERIN

and skill,in sustaining a long, FINANCING W3B9! JUST ONE HOUR CLEANERS ..
demanding and not always AVAILABLE r
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the members of the board were GATORPLUMBING i PLANT NO. 1 3-hour shirt l u"d.ri"I..4 one
appropriately mean and calcu- i hour dry cleaning. PLANT NO. 3
I lating. Marian Appdl was Jove- TV HEADQUARTERS offering a convenient curb ser-
vice. Dry Cleaning and Skirt 130 N.W. 10th AVE. 3 hour shirt laundering and one
ly and luscious
as the model 122 N.W. 16th Ave. Phone FR 2-0433 Service. hour dry cleaning.
Gene Cox as Mark Jenkins and ,
Joy Priem as Miss Logan bandied 901 WALDO RO. ( 319 N.W. 13th ST. 316 N. Main Street

their roles with dispatch, Phone 372-4657 Open Friday Til 9 p.m. Easy Term Bank Financing Available

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Late Starter Are Their Oats
s Feeling
>h : : \1 DO yOU HAVE

By ALLEN ltlO'RRISTALLAHASSEE Palm Beach, who became can-I I lies never agreed. He felt thatif seeing large, numbers of new at the Capitol never quiveredwith ed only at the polls and if the:" A' UCB BOOKr

We writeof didates for the 1960 guberna- you couldn't touch'all the reg- faces. ,If a candidate didn't be- the same sort of excite-I result brought High into the sec .

a gubernatorial campaign as torial campaign and never stop- ular campaign bases then tele- lieve ,in himself, he would't be ment after Miami's Mayor Rob-' ond'primary, the politicoes and '

a "race," which suggests' con- ped running. vision was second best. running. Tht's why he will giveno ert King High declared himselfa the people would take another LIKE : -

testants ,running'from a common The campaign then plus the The point here is that Burns thought' to the political fact, candidate. But there never look at him then -..

starting gate. four years since have given II and Dickinson have had yearsof that In these pleasant spring!! was any discounting, either, of :Mayor High is not alone In .;.

But that, of ''course, just isn't Burns and Dickinson an unde- opportunity for exposing their evenings people often show up the very special potential that,possessing pockets of strength THIS j-

so.So niable opportunity just as simi- personality to people who well to eat a candidate's food, laughat II High possessed. I that can be satisfactorily plumbed :.I, .' .

t when politicoes' 'around the lar circumstances helped Farris may never see' another can- his 'jokes, applaud his oratorical -I The difference well may have only by counting the votes. ;. ....
state that State Senator and didate in the flesh. That's the shafts and then vote j -
report Bryant, Dan McCarty been the fact that High's candi- Fred Karl, for example, should ?
John :yr 3ibews Fuller Warren who also made whole for the hundredsof against him. [" ,
; reason dacy seemed to depend upon have first claim on the votes ofFlorida's ': -
Jr., of! one false start and then kepton neighborhood handshakingswhere But the do the answers to two big questions 43,000 teachers plus
politicoes sense a
Jacksonville, is'Cracker running. If a candidate real- a candidate can only Mathews Mat- : (1) How strongly would their families and friends. Karl ,
spurting in the ly has something to sell, thereis show himself. (He runs the risk surge right now., 'Miami support its first major
hews calls it ,timing. Likely it has Governor Collins' personal .. .. ,
home stretch to no substitute for personal of course, of some voters not candidate for Governor in 20
blessing (although the oM Collins
the back the
the first primary Politics contact. liking what they see.) i means firing and How : ,
years, (2) solidly
and all the organization largely went to
there is' There is a disposition to rank Every candidate for the Democratic -i choking up, predictable would
Negro rally behind
-' I ailments of a as- Mathews). What this means will
no real way of -.. television high as a campaign nomination for Governor him elsewhere. I \ -.
sembled engine have be known on the evening of the
knowing where vehicle, and it is, but only as a is gaining now for the sim- campaign ; '
been cleared and the These answers could be learn-!:first primary and not before. i:
just ve-
IS places in :therffeW( of six substitute for making the pitch ple reason that most of the men i -- -------- \ .
b Democrats. .- for-votes in person. Florida has and women who will be voting. hicle, is finally running smooth- \\\i'\\\\ ,

:Mathews, a late e n.Cr a nt, is gained so much in populationthat on May 5 are just beginning to! ly. 25% OFF \ :

gaining ground.Tluit that.may, no candidate can reach all give attention to this campaign. It's the same sort of pulsationthat ON .

0E noCmearCMJs within the voters in person but the prudent This welling interest causes could be detected some ".1
overtaking; distance of, say, the one will try to see as manyas more and more people to turn weeks ago as State Senator SERTA MATTRESSESFROM t _
two candidates who broke from possible. out for the fish fries the coffees Scott Kelly of Lakeland beganto

tEe starting gate more than four One of former Governor Le- the barbecues and all the move, and when State Representative PRICES SHOWN IN ADV. Qy ,- 3.1

yiars-ago: -- Roy Collins' top aides was wed- other crowd magnets tradition- Fred B. Karl of ON PAGE 4-B THIS PAPER r vna

Fbose-aspirants Mayor ded to the notion that Collins ally employed by candidates. : Daytona Beach launched his FURNITURE MFR'S. SAMPLE HOUSENEW

Haydon Burns ,of Jacksonville blended so perfectly with television In turn these crowds mean I quest for votes by flailing pork- WILLISTON RD. AT OCALA HIGHWAY ..'
Dd..forme State t: Senator ,Fred that he could win with- that, every candidate gains a chopism. ) t.

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t1 1 wr
35ulStrike... ,

World's Fair? GREENE r
Holding Up w
ia I a' d p.4
Belgium. .0 ,eN ,
: By TOM OCHILTREE NtUJ Unrk iJimtl1 pay for their members. They,,time thereafter have recently I 11

BRUSSEt ;:Belglum'AP( ) I pleaded with exhibitors last October -been working 12 hour shifts,I WITH OUR FIRM IN

Bjlgium's 12JXXjbysicians) and NEW YORK Round the i to start sooner and finish I seven days a week, earning' ORDER THAT WE MAY r a' L
clock construction for which earlier World's Fair overtime.
dentists ended their strike i a official $514
workers are earning up to $700 recalled. BETTER SERVE YOU.REGISTERED. .
socialized medi- i .
against a new' $700 a .week carpenter
a week, has added millions of The unions, the official added A.
cal law Saturday with'aSsur- nailing 2 by 4's onto the Tudor:
dollars to the cost of building a ,
wanted of their membersto
ances from their leaders that World's Fair more facade of the London Lion REAL + ,.
pavilions. share -
the jobs. Instead of 10 eF
the government of Premier Some exhibitors believe the Pub called down form ladder:
men working 12 hours a day
Theo Lefevre-had backed down. construction crisis was deliber- they preferred to have 20 men "They don't tell you about all I a

While' the government remained ately created by the unions. working six hours. They also; the time we're out of work. A' ESTATE SALESMAN Q

silent on this point the They accused construction feared that workers outside the guy who makes $100 a week 4

strike le ders'said they had workers of idling instead of World's Fair would want to quit every week and has two weeks REALTY a

won a ,promise that the controversial rushing to complete construction their jobs and cash in on theovertime vacation makes more than we AR I OLD 0

law would be sharply fpr the fair's opening next pay in Flushing Mea do." COMPANY o .....

modified by Lefevre's Socialist- Wednesday. Major construction Earning hundreds of dollars! : .
in several areas is still under dow.Hardest 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522
Social Christian government.The hit by the large over- in double time for exceeding a '

strike began 18 days ago. way. time paychecks are the late- $5.35 an hour plasterers ($5.16), ..

As soon as its end was an- "These invented the starting pavilions, includ- bricklayers whose base pay is .

nounced, Lefevre demobilizedthe stall in,"guys said one project sup- ing Sermons from Science and $5.35 an hour plasterers ($5.15;, -/1' ':-'., :,,- ., ....' ., ,.
3,600 reserve army physicians erintendent."It's the pavilion of 2,000 Tribes. plumbers ($4.85)) and sheet met- t :' L ,,' -

,his government had drafted The esti- al workers ($5.40). Laborersearn ,
Hong Kong pavilion ., .. .
the most dishonest -
to assure medical way $4.03 an hour for 40 hours.
last Sunday mated today that 15 cent of
care and they promptly shed engineer to work"at s the a i d Indian a construction pavilion.He its total construction per costs were Most in demand are the electricians -, St. PetersburgTunes If Not, \t\ MIGHT

their uniforms to return to -their paid in overtime, but declinedto who earn $4.96 an hour
added that the could
regular patients.For pavilion disclose the total cost of the for 25 hours. A restriction Uniting take us four minutes to get the
not afford to overtime. Consequently I
the first time this month the pay had building. The U. S. has paid: them to a 35-hour work Endorses
pavilion first
doctors called at the home of difficulty recruiting workers. $100,000 in overtime wages for week at the fair has been lifted one personalized from ,

the sick and saw other cases in construction of the $10.6 million in the interest of expediting construction then on, one is always on file -
their offices.It "From the time one guy lays federal pavilion. Ii by the Internation a 1

was expected to take daysor down a board and another picks Carpenters who earn $183.75for Brotherhood of Electrical Workers MATHEWS

even weeks to get the nation's -it up, everything bogs down," a 35 hour week and double i iI Local 3. AND THEY'RE FREE! -
said an angry exhibitor.But .
entire medical machinery I union leaders insisted that, t .
back to normal but everyone- they did not want the overtime $ : .1 Are you for a well-trained "
members of the general ; I .
and ; T
efficient Sheriff'sdepartment ., : :

public-was process.Hundreds. trying to speed the FourLaningDrive I ? I Sfe: P i t$ iS'fi@ ; rgls ..

of physicians ,and So ]tar it Dual protection for accuracy on ,
If 1'&PeLr!t piper ttrj-.ndjl.lrllt6tfMN

neighboring dentists, who countries fled protesting into the Begun i VOTE and SUPPORT 'I -fad Pojnitr fkllultr 15121959UtarU accounts signature well as,: f ..

l P.9. 2-B .... W1111 Safe* April 1}, If"
the pew medical law, began re- k account
PANACEA (APThe Panacea JORDANPull ",
turning.The Chamber of Commerce

strike involved 10,000 launched a drive Saturday to get Lever 20 A _
Mathews For Governor ; ; .J.' 'F'
physicians and 2,000 dentists. U.S. 98 four-laned from the Ala-: .
On Voting Day (May 5)) '. (', "f' '":
l bama line west of Pensacola to' Salary WJOOO. .
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Straw Perry. I' jrfaiary John T.Zlahtict :.:: .. Automatic IBM accounting: : fog
Democratic : .; .- ;3 ,.... .. .
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The group agreed to seek help U.Htydon Bum:. Tied s = tI '
(AP-Thirty- I O.Dickinson, Robert Kb* Hi&h. :. ,!:: speed in handling and additional 1
of other chambers of commercein Fred Karl tad Seat KcUy.EepuWeoM 4
fiv' members of the Florida cities along the northern Gulf VOTE FOR primary:Ken Foils His accomplishments Include posting accuracy. _
Women's, Press Club took a coast where the highway runs II to. H.'B. TOIler end Charter R. correcting the long standing
straw vote l Saturday on the governor's Some sections of the' coast- : W. S. "TINY" JtoUey. abuses of state printing by initiatIng -
Eleven each voted .Senator'John Z. Itathen' Florida's modern law in that
race. hugging highway are fourlanednow field
Same wiQ be list DemccratJc ; steering through the Senate ..
among .
foci Fred Karl and John Math- but the chamber of com- candidate for lownor m Jaws to bring the wayward Turnpike f .
efl's;:four for Fred 0. Dickinson, merce said U.S. 98 would be r--'Tii: TALBOTSuperintendent alpbabetkaBy-raanjed aI1ot1torthe Authority under control;instituting .
MayS primary protections against bond Service charges If reflected ,
and ;thee each for Robert King more attractive as a scenic scheme abases, add passing a any. ,
High Haydon Burns and Scott! drive if it were four-laned con- But *o the eacenttal qaeatfea measure to remevt! slat _er- on current. basis. ,. w
d Of of qiaHflffttionf to ba l'1 rieIa'. titles Irom politics.HAXBZTTS a _
KeUyl tinuously. chief cxeeatt for the rat tn
n______ yean and possibly theIt.. B.UmY sera
1 awards for effectiveness
Public Instruction as a
sit-Jobs UaUtewi stands it
maker ot laws, Tie
the bead el UK flat
Alachua CountyEXPERIENCED The ""l'imes.atrmd1 endorses 'most Times valuable 6L and member'63 citations ot the as Leg a ,:., ...

Hathewi for these reasons: islature. His honors have been Cancelled .
-" = checks and original
voted both by Florida
newspaper ,
.- Mathews: will be effective '
... a more editors and by legislators. with T
Promise Positive and Aggressive Leadership other candidates.governor thin toy ol the whom he served. deposit slips both. returned,In
For his
r .. outstanding work in
.. --------'- Businesslike With A .Smile V Mathews has the best record the IO session Mathews has been your monthly statement for easier -
.t accoml'DaIImcJda valuable to called"the floor leader tae good _..
Florida. government." reconcilement. ', ::
.. ., lilt is the kind ef feadenKfe r
I will work for Mathews Is the mod bnieaeahlo hinds' seeds ia the stnntf .
ADEQUATE teachers and iton-instrvctioital personnel., cudidtie co Ftarfda'S office.On. ..
problem ud wan io solve tbem. the c1fea11uae of race: n*
Guidance and Counselling Kindergarten through Adult Education. *Mathews has conducted: the latione; ,Mathews believes the governor's
i office should be a positive
forthright eamptigi.lUthmb
Continuation of
academic and updating libraries.
program force. Wethink
Mathews could
Comprehensive industrial arts crafts, and shop programs in.1I I "doer.* "not a a f Iltletl" create for Florida anew climate AH types of checking accounts: ......
Junior High Schools. "promlser. of hannonloGs racial progress. .
Mjthews talents are m secret No citizen can say he does not business regular and special.:
Vocational. Education to meet the needs of our county. r to FtondiaM.The son of a former ]mow where Mathews stands or
chief justice ef the Florida &>' what he can accomplish. His public -
Co-ordination of the curriculum .
Kindergarten through Adult
clear. that
prune Court. Mathew grew tIP record is too Upon
.. Education. close to politics. He has served record Mathews bases his candidacy
"' SOUND business administration of the Seven Million Plus School I three Legislatures as a representative offering himself forthrighUy to I'pPay'
Budget to get most for dollars Spent. from Dun County, one as 1'1arid&'O&erl, and without excessive
senator. He has a truly remarkable press ageotry.
Continuation of updating the transportation fleet and reworkingbus I record apaautimc and gutftag We believe.Florida voters wd ALL Bills by Check .-
I routes.Maintenance ; throogi the legislative ZmLf'ajorLtllreiorm& recognize the quaBry of the man ,
> hIt knowledge: of government and
of all schools by trained maintenance personneland Us genius for gig firings done ,
adequate custodial; service and elect John Jfatbewi our mad 'end- '

Building program es the state surveys point out plus sensible pemar. -

SAVE SOME approach to location and needs. Use Your'f" .,.-'


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EXPERIENCE Coach. Principal of Elementary Junior High and I'' "-,. ,,) -
You'll Enjoy the 3 ._... ,High School 18_ years: I{ 'J 't. .

money you save j' ) MEMBER First Baptist Church Elks Masons Lions Club CARD ,-, I :
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Florida Educational Assn. National Educational Assn. -
for tomorrow even j4 i '' County State and National Principals Assn. __ best qualified for Governor ;s 4 yri

moreGUARANTY nurgt sett SERVICE Director of Recreation. City of GainesvillePresident .
Lions Club President Alachua County Teacher Credit
Union Board of Directors Florida High School Activities I "* M.. .. -
AMU. Board of Directors Florida Education Aasn. Dept.

FEDERAL SAVINGS .f Secondary Principals.. ALWAYS WELCOME :.:.

You Are Invited To See and Hear
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10A Gainesville S'un' Sunday, April 19, 1964 .
/ .

Beckwth Poet-Thief Back Where,: f OPEN 'TIL

Free After He Started State PrisonNEW 9:00:
HAVEN, Conn. (AP- just as unfair have you been;I EVERY MONDAY
2nd Mistrial Nighthawk, a burglar with a''to leave not a shilling for me.?' THURSDAY

literary bent, is back where his None of Siebold's robberies -. & FRIDAY
GREENWOOD Miss. (AP- netted much more than $30, police '
Byron De La Beckwith, accused poetic fancy first took wing- said. The 12th job his last, { OTHER
slayer of Negro integration Connecticut State Prison. involved $4. DAYS

leader his home Medgar town Evers of Greenwoodfor was backIn Frederick Siebold, 27, a slim Asked why he left his notes, SUPER VALUES ON + 9:30 TIL
the first time in 10 months six-footer who walked into a police he rplied: "Vainglorious." -

today. stakeout Feb. 20, was sen- SHEETS : 5:30
tenced Friday to a 5- to 19-year '
Beckwith, 43, was freed on .
Hawaii's Mount Waialeale getsan :; \: ,
$10,000 bond Friday two hours term in State Prison. He had .' : c
of 471 inches }
annual average : : : '
after an all-white ''jury dead- been convicted on 12 counts of of rain. At Calama, Chile, .-. TOWELS : ,' .: -
locked in his second murder
burglary.For no rainfall has ever re-
trial at Jackson. .
police, the capture ended corded. ,
Circuit Judge Leon Hendrick DOMESTICSSTARTING /
ordered a mistrial when the weeks of frustration as Nighthawk -
jury said it couldn't agree on as he signed the mocking KILL
a verdict after 10 hours. verses he left behind, pulled : TOMORROW-9:30 a.m. ,

Hendrick had declared a mis I one burglary after another in .
trial in Beckwith's first trial downtown! New Haven. Roaches .
last Feb. 7. Jurors deliberated .. .. .
WaterbugsFleas "
: After Siebold had been ; ." > -
11 hours then before telling the """
judge they were deadlocked.The !caught, he told a reporter he f .' : .
developed.his literary style during
state charged that Beck- :Ticks
with, who is white, was the an earlier stretch in State Ants
sniper who ambushed Evers as Prisop. In four years, Siebold,I CANNON SCALLOPED WHITE PERCALE SHEETS
the Negro leader stepped from said, he had worked up from I BedbugsMoths MUSLIN
his car at his home in Jackson I II
to editor of the '
last June 12. Evers was state I sportswriter I 72"xI08", FITTED OR FLAT, REG. 3.69, WHITE SALE 2.99 ,
field secretary of the National prison paper.: i I. Flies 81"xl08", FITTED_ OR FLAT, REG. 4.09, WHITE SALE 3.29 PILLOW '
Association for the Advance-i HIs' poetic output this winter Spiders PILLOW CASES, REG. 1.19' MAY WHITE SALE 99c each E-: '
ment of Colored People. consisted of doggerel such as COVERS

Dist. Atty. William Waller, t this, left in an office he ran- SilverfishMosquitoes CANNON "MAJESTIC ROSE" PERCALE SHEETS ; REG. 59c
who prosecuted both trials, saidit sacked a few nights before his
was not definite the state I' p R ElII> May White :
would bring Beckwith to trial a arrest: sraareu snr Ir. Bugs Kills Resistant 72"xl08", REGULARLY 3.99, MAY WHITE SALE 2.99

third time. "Sorry to leave such a mess; r' Contains FITTED TWIN, REG. 3.59, MAY WHITE SALE 2.99 :' t Sale *'. ',
Thieves :>:.' 1 "- At Easy Your to User" FITTED FULL, REG.4.59, MAY WHITE SALE 3.99 2 for 1.00

; ..........'. NeighborhoodStore PILLOW CASES, REG. 1.39, MAY WHITE SALE 1.19 _

Plaguing I I I I III..........,.. I I

World's Fail- '. ..rii.i1'W." ANNUAL MAY
,.' 20 N.W. 16th Are.
NEW YORK -Many, World's 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 FR 6-2661 PERCALE SHEETS
Fair pavilions have increased AIM i> Ocala INTENSE NEW SOLID
their security forces to guard r ..
against widespread( pilferage.The COLORED' PERCALE 72<'xl08", REG. 3.09,

Japanese pavilion has reported Q 1 IL WHITE SALE 2.19 -
the theft of $3,000 worthof y

transistor radios, tape recording SHEETS L....... 81"xl08"REG. 3.39, ,,'..
machines Millinery J'i iWHITE SALE 2.4990"xl08"f _
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in small,
They were packed
72"xl08" FITTED & FLAT
lightweight. cartons and. piled
up haphazardly in unguard Shop2nd REG. 3.59, SALE 2.99 REG. 3.69, :

areas, according'to the Pinkerton 2nd WHITE SALE 2.99 .
police force. 81"x108",' FITTED & FLAT, :
122"xl08", REG. 7.19,
The pavilion has been guarded REG. 4.59, SALE 3.99 .
by only three Pinkert o n s, i ,j WHITE SALE 5.99
each working an eight -. hour PILLOW CASES REG. 1.19 f
jhift. But now three exhibitorswill 39"x80", REG. 3.39, .
keep a dusk todawnig- ,< MAY WHITE SALE 99 ea. -- WHITE'SALE 2.49
Q until opening,day.
: REG. 3.69
Indonesia.recently imported Empire Bronze. Orange Ice, .
Indonesian detectives to supplement Palace Blue, Fem Green WHITE SALE 2.99
its Contingent of Pinker- Raspberry Ice.
tons after the pavilion was broken ._,.,. o 78"x75", REG. 7.19,
into! last month. One thou- WHITE SALE 5.99
sand dollars ,worth of power Ti .I
tools was stolen. aP r _'S : CANNON."' PILLOW CASES, Reg. 79c

The Mary and pavilion has may' MAY WHITE SALE 69c ea.
lost heaters fans, and the mo-

The tor of Louisiana an air conditioning pavilion reported unit- 11 FINAL CANNON CANNON "COLORED PERCALE"

the loss pf lumber and wire
mesh. The Ford pavilion lost a CLEARANCESPRING TOWELS .72"xl08", FITTED & FLAT,
public address system,and accessories REG. 3.39, SALE 2.79
on' many of the auto- -
moiles_ used in its exhibits. HATS -. >. ;s"*4j" "CAPE HATTERAS" & 81"xl08", FITTED & FLAT, _

(AOvertlsemenqAVERAGE REG. 3.79, SALE 3.19
The average income of Amer-
lean families rose to $7,140 in NOW $1-$2-$4 Bath SPECIAL 2100. :. ,
1962 from $6,920 in.1961. In 1947
it was $4,130. ONE GROUP BETTER HATS NOW 1/2 OR LESS! '
I ; Hand SPECIAL 3/1.00 s OUR OWN -',

W. Cloth, SPECIAL 4/1.00 IINoble raft'


LADIES I Bath Size, 22"x44" SPECIAL 1.00 OR FOAM RUBBERs _

.. --> Guest Size, 16"x26" SPECIAL 69c BED PILLOWS'"

-.- SHOE CLEARANCE Wash Cloth 12"xl2" SPECIAL 35c" REG..99 _. ..

',' ___ ....q .c".t., \r.r'. :! CELESTIAL BLUE AND EMPIRE BRONZE.. >

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..r _..s"Were 7.99 to 9.99 .. SNOW 5.90 FULL REG. 5.99 SALE 4.99
,7II ... ....- L ,. I FITTED STYLE TWIN, REG. 4.99, SALE 3.99; ,
: ANCHOR BAND STYLE TWIN, REG. 3.99, SALE 2.99, FULL, REG. 4.99, SALE 3.99 = _1.
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Celtics vmss' I Favorites Win ;

Defeat I F Y. .. 4-

k w Ai e
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In Net Tourney

mWlh. ,. rail" %ard r4'i'

[ 'Friscoi

I j i The favorites did,as expected captured No. 1 girls singles Miss Overton had an easy

//I o 4 in'the state. high school and team titles went to Coral
BOSTON (AP-John Havli- third quarter, San Franciscchad A j time of it in the finals as she
Yq tennis meet and the top four Gables in boys and Seabreezein Ann of Del-
cek fired 18 points in a second cut the lead from 20 points topped Speicher

period blitz and Bill Russell out-: down to 13. championships went right girls. All had been favor- ray Beach Seacrest, 6-0, 6-0.

where they were supposed to The Cavalier beat out
feased Wilt 'Chamberlain as But Lovellette bit his first: ed.Harris boys
No, 1 ranked nationally Miami Beach defending
Boston defeated San Francisco four field goal tries from far go.Bill ,
108-96 Harris of West Palm in junior division, won the champion, for the team crown.
Saturday night outside and Willie Naulls
I came Beach Forest Hill won No, 1 boys title by defeating Anni- Seabreeze repeated .as girls

The Celtics, seeking a sixth. off the bench for a couple of hot boys singles, Wendy Overton, stead Neely of Tampa ,Plant, tennis king. Hollywood Me-
spells Boston out of
straight National Basketball As-! keep I I Daytona Beach Seabreeze, 6.1, 3-6, 61. Arthur was second.

sociation playoff title, showedno
rustiness from 'a long layoff Boston got the lead to stay 1 *

while taking the opener of the just before the opening period I Tennis / Nicklaus Fires

best-of-seven final series. The ended on a Havlicek jump shot. t

next game will be in Boston I That only whetted the appetiteof \ Results

Monday night, the big sophomore, who had | FINALS

I vowed he would do more scoring -I i Beys Singles Second 66 Ties
I f: No. 2 Division Larry Buhrman
Havlicek hit a recordtyingeight I in this final series than the ,Coral Gables, defeated Mike Ruben- ,
;.stein Seabreeze 6-1, 6-4. '
field goals in the critical sub-par 13-point average he THEY'RE BEST IN STATE HIBH SCHOOL TENNIS No. 3 Division John Hamilton,

second quarter when the Celtics managed in the Cincinnati ., Bill Harris, Forest Hill, left; and Wendy Overton, Seabreeze, won No. 1 singles Coral Miami Beach Gables,,4-2 defeated, 6-1. Lew Weisser,
outscored the Warriors 3215. No. 4 Division Kim ,
series. Langstroth For Houston
crowns. (Sun photos by EDDIE DAVIS) Coral Gables, defeated Alex Cinaylo. TopBuster
Unleashing their fast break Frank Ramsey''' came in to ,McArthur. 4-2.6.1. I

against the slower Warriors, the tighten the defense and got the Gables No. ,S Division defeated -Barry Steve Welder Menke,Miami Coral

Celtics jumped from a twopointto first four points of the second AT GEORGIA TECH Beach 6-0, 6-2., Doublet By MAX B. SKELTON Cupit and Ramon ;;. ,. J

a 20-point lead, 55-35, in a period. Then Havlicek scored No. 1 Division Richard Monan- Second 66 --: I'
Hamilton Coral Gables defeated Wels- HOUSTON (AP) Jack
five-minute burstHavlicek's Boston's next 14 points includ- ser-jay. Schlosser Miami Beach 7-5. Nicklaus fashioned his second !i

j 28 points and 28 ing a string of eight straight 3-4.No..3*2 Division Buhrman-Menke Nicklaus, the pre-tournament 66 with a 34-32 that included six

more by Sam Jones led the defending Later, Havlicek got four in a Gators Split TwoSpecial Coral Lamy Gables Lebos,,Norland defeated, 6.1.6-L Robert, Crowell- favorite strokes after who the trailed first by round nine birdies and only one bogie. Soa- f

champions, while Wilt nine-point Boston run. Divlslon Girts_Singles D...... chak built his 34-34 with six

Chamberlain had 22 points for Meanwhile, Russell held ... land n- defeated- : Clenln 1.rmiiui, Fort Lauderdale.' fired a second straight 66 Sat- birdies and three bogies."I .

the Warriors, 10 of them before Chamberlain scoreless from the To The Son Eggert pitched a seven-hitter, 10. Then Biggart fanned Tech 63.4-2.No. 3 Division Hagan Norland, defeated urday to tie big Mike Souchakfor didn't drive or putt as wen
54-hole lead in
intermission. floor in the second he smashed a grand-slam home catcher Dick Emerson for what Blemel Fletcher. 6-1. 6-2. the the $50- the second round irons
period as ATLANTA Florida lost a No. 4 Division Motlse' McArthur, 000 Houston Golf Classic.As as by my
deflected of ,Wilt's run in the second inning and hada i defeated Barres Seabreeze 6-2 6-2. lot better Nicklaus
unusual baseball third were a
Cut Lead one attemptsand most game appeared to be the out. No. 5 Division Simon, MeArthur ,
forced him to take too many here yesterday afternoon and heck of a lot of fun at the But Porter dropped the third defeated, Gardner, Fort Lauderdale the second round leaders said.
of the Jack- *"4 62.
When Clyde Lovellette replaced -steps on three others. Russell lost[ its Southeastern Conference expense bumbling I faltered[ Nicklaus posted a 76- Souchak, seeking his first
ets who contributed six strike and threw wildly to first No. Doreen I
1 Division
Russell after the latter also blocked three Warrior shotsin Eastern division leadership to errorsto Shuert, Norland -defeated Overton Koutras-- 66-66-208 and Souchak, the 1959 tournament victory since the j
late in th Auburn in the the 17-hit Florida attack. :in an attempt to nail' the Barres. Seabreeze, M, 6-0.
drew his fourth foul that span. process. No. 2 Division Johnson-Fuller Classic champion, collected 1961 Greensboro Open, said he 1

Naulls got 12 of his IS pointsin After shelling the Georgia Two Tech Homers hustling Emerson, who scored McArthur breeze, 6-2,, defeated 61. Bragg4arper, 'Sea rounds of 71, 69, and 68 to move is playing better now than he J

the third period and Sam Tech Yellow Jackets unmercifully But Saturday's second gameat from second moments later on Semifinals into 'Sunday's ,final round five has at any time in the past two

Rose Bowl Field featured two a single by ''Pete CaldweH.Scores Boys Singles_ under for the 7,233-yard, years.
Jones added six. : on Friday, 17-3, the Gators No. I Division par
Alachua Tech home runs and some cost- Monan ** **
The Celtics forced San Fran- fell: victim to Tech's. cur v e- offiffiit -, 6-2- NMlyANo. par 35-36-71 Sharpstown Country "I'd say my game has improved -

cisco into that Robinson in the ly errors by catcher Dave Por- 2 Division Club course. in the last six weeks," ,
so many errors balling Jimmy Rubbensteln d. Maggiore, 6-4 6-1
ter and outfielder Jim Duncan. ;
Wins Junior Russell did not play the last 16 Saturday game, 4-2. a game The ,Jackets hopped on Florida Caldwell came all the way Buhrman d. Boling No. ) 6-0.Division%. Nicklaus had begun the third he said. "The improvementstarted

minutes of the game at Boston lost by miscues., home on the same play error Hamilton d. Lebos, 614, Weisser when I decided to rest
and loser Jim strokes
starter two
Big- d. Fuller, 4.6, 4.1, 62. round at even par, and
OlympicsI I Garden. Meanwhile, Auburn claimed gart for three runs in the first trying to nab him at second. No. 4 Division behind Souchak and three behind every Monday Tuesday
Cmayo d.
Vollweller 6-4. 6-3; Langs- not pick up a club.?
I The Warriors finally pulled the top spot in the'Eastern sector inning, and with Robinson find That made it two unearned runs troth d. Schroerer 6.1. 61. the first place traffic jamof Nicklaus and Souchak
No. 5 were
Division ,
Alachua elementary school Chamberlain from the floor with of the SEC with a 5-4 win ing the comers with regularity, off Biggart and 3-0, Tech. Menke d. Lucas *-'. ** Welder d. Don January, Billy Maxwell, one stroke on Al Geiberger :,
the team trophy the Boston assured. it Lefko, 7-S, 3-6. 61. up ,
boys for
won yes- victory at Georgia. The Tigers are now was enough victory. Girls SinglesNo.
26-year-old California who tiedSharpstown's
terday at Harris Field for the Russell, despite playing con- 8-2 in conference play as compared With one out in the 'first A triple by William Blomgren, 1 Division ,
Speicher d. record witha
Johnson course
points it piled up in the first siderably' less time, outrebounded -, to 7-2 for'the Gators. Tech's Jimmy Adams, woo had who drove in four Gator runs Overton d. Koutras. 44. 6-0.9-r U.S-t 7-j. Miss Wright third round 65 to go with ear- l
No. :2 DvisleaShuert
annual Junior Olympics for fifth Chamberlain 25-23 including! Friday Florida could do no two hits off Eggart Friday, on Friday, and a single by d. Bluer 6-0 6-0; Clenln d lier rounds of 74 and 70. '

and sixth graders. The programwas 21-15 in the first half. wrong. Ace righthander Danny slammed a homer to make it Allen Trammel scored one runoff Bryant, 61, 6"*No.. :3 Division Takes n.Round Butch Baird, Galveston, Tex.,
sponsored by the Gainesville Robinson in the fourth anda
Blemel d. Blrrow 1'4. ** 6-31 Hagan
d. Harper, 6-3, 4t.' ;- fired 9 third straight 70 for 1
Elks and the Recre- 400-foot home
Lodge booming run No. 4 Division Lead fourth place at 210.
ation DepartmentA '4"+ < by Trammel in the sixth Moose d. Adams, ** 6-3; Barres d.
I Friberg 6.2.7-5. The foursome that shared the
similar! meet will be held accounted for the other. No. S Division

I next Saturday for fifth and sixth- 4 f Simon d. Boyle. 4-6, 6-3, 6-0; Gard- SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP- 36-hole lead at 139 meanwhile ,[
Hall Trammel's blow ner d. Crowley. 6-4, 6-4. had trouble with the f
equalled windsweptcourse
grade girls. .s Bays Doubles Mickey Wright of Dallas, who
homer of his No. I Division under
with a 330-foot own a blazing Texassun.
There were five different ti Schlosser-Welsser d. PUsbury-R u b- has never played well over
in the bottom of ,the sixth, closing bensteln. "1. 7-5; Monan-Hamilton d. the Club Maxwell had a 72 to drop |
events 50-yard dash softball Spartanburg Country
the scoring. Trammel led Gllbart-Harwood, 6-3. 63. to a four-way tie for fifth at 211, ,
throw, sack race, running broad R No. 2 Division course, shot a three-under-par I
4j the seven-hit Gator attack with Crowell-Graber d. Corneltus-Schro-I while Sota, the young Spanish
jump and 200-yard relay. der. 6-4, 6-4; Buhrman-Menke d. Steele. 69 Saturday to take a second .
for four. 'Duncan added star and each
three VOllwelJler, 6-4. 6-3- Cupit had 73s. '
Gainesville elementary schools Y Girts Doubles round one-stroke lead in the 12th '
two singles. January jumped to 75 for a 214.
No. 1 Division
led in fifth grade competition annual Betsy Rawls Peach Blos-
Completed Saturday morning.No. HOUSTON (AP>-fifty-four hole leaders
but county schools dominatedthe >.t+ Adams had two more hits for 2 Division som Women's Open.Golf 'Tournament In the $50,000 Houston Golf Clank:
+ Johnson-Fuller d. Hagan-Pitcock M. Jack Nicklaus ..,........... 764646-20
1 sixth grade test Tech, while Robinson, in winning 6-4; Bragg-Harper d. Lee
1I I Teams from Alachua, High x r} his first game in four decisions 62. A"Butch e'' Bard ::::::::::::::70-79-70-2H. 74-70-4S-20 tRod

Finley Foster Little- became the first Jacket Miss Wright five strokes off Dunsetts ............,. 71.73-67-211
Springs, ,
Tallahassee the Bert Weaver ............... 70' -7I-2n
wood, Metcalfe, Kirby Smith, hurler to turn in a complete pace entering Saturday's 18 Lionel Hebert 49.72-70-271
,,. holes the 54-hole y Maxwell .60.71.73-411
Hawthorne, Lake Forest and game. Dasliman Wins over $7,500 Don Fairfield ............... 74-72-66-212
Lanier participated. Some 150 $.'. i tournament, shot an eagle on Jimmy Demaret ........... 70.7270212Juan
F action Porter OCALA Rodriguez ...........7270.70212
youths competed.The ; In Friday's William MacDonald the first hole, sinking a 25-foot Buster Cupit ............... 71-6.-73-212
n with a double and three singles, of Tallahassee Lincoln High Ramon Sota ..............64-71-7J-212
She the second
Alachua team will receIve putt bogied and Bobby Nichols .............. 70-7S-6S-213
at school Tom Shannon, with a triple, School won the feature 100-yard ninth and was even 35 at Doug Ford ................. 67S4 -21J I'
a trophy a as double and single and Randy dash Friday at Howard par Rommy Aaron ,...........,. 71-71-71-213
sernbly Tuesday. High'sinvitational the turn. Her two-day total was Sob McCallister ............ 72-72-70-214
Horcroft, with three singles, I track meet in the Kel Naglt .................73-70.71-214
Tile results: Rex Baxter Jr ............. 9-73-72-214
L joined Eggart as the Florida fine time of :9.5 seconds. 144.On Bob Charles ................ 71.71.72-214
Results Don January ................ 73-46-75-214
Fifth Grade stars. the back nine she had
S0 dash 1. David Deas. Fin-- lilting MacDonald was trailed Chuck Rotar '".?........... 74-47-21S
ley-yard 2. Jim Flint.- Metcatte 3. Wayne across the finish line three birdies, including a two- Billy Martindalt ............ 7S-71-M-J1S
Lake Forest .. Larry Awbrey. FLORIDA GEORGIA TECH by Ralph Tommy Bolt .............. 72.744*-21$
Johnson.Foster 5. Joey Smith. Alachua. Time a'r II' abrh Brockington of Gainesville Lin- footer on 11 which could have Brace Crampton ............ 7J.71-71-21'
Creese.3b 100 Harris, rf 401 'Jerry Steelsmtth ..........',. 72-73-21S
696 seconds.sack 1. Danny Kclley YOUNGSTERS TRY HARD IN JUNIOR OLYMPICS Duncan, If 402 Adams cf 412 coln who did :9.6 and third was been another eagle. She two- Bob Rusburg ............... 67-73-75-215
25-yard race 50-yard dash trials produce excitement Shannon. 1b '3 O 0 300 'Johnny Pott ,............... 74-734V-316
Llttlewood 2. Jacky Steele. High Eugene Milton of Howard in the 15th hole from six
3. Steve Mclntosh, finley 4, Blomgren rf :311 Emerson.c :310 putted on Phil Rodgers ............... 73-73-79-216
Chuck Springs!Butler. Llttlewood; 5. Jack MeGulre Trammel cf 41 :3 CakJwell.& 411Mntgmry. :9.7. feet 'Gay Brewer Jr ............. 72-71-73-216
...... ,.......
1 AAetcalfe. Time a seconds. .2b 400 Hall, 2b :311 Dave Ragan eo 70.12-74-216
Running broad lump 1, Mike Porter,c 200 Scharf, If 401
Home High Springs; 2, Tom Peptn Real Good Deal VictorIn. Morcroft** :300 Beaver, ss 401
l Llttlewoodi and Randy Rtehter Lake Blggartp 000 Robinson,p 4 0 1.pendley.3b UPSETS RAFAEL OSUNA
Forest (tlei 4. Chris Nesmtth. Foster! -- 401
S. Ricky Weathers. Lanier. Distance Zabala. p 200
12 feet 2 Inches. Elliott 100 I
Softball throw 1, Ray Gallop. Anderson. p 000
Alachua 2. John Van Winkle Little- California c-Bovesen 100 Pilic in River Oaks Finals"I
wood 3. Mike Hottlngton Alachua 4. Rich DerbyALBANY Tclal 3227: Tetatt 334 *.
DaVId Pearson Llttlewoodi 50 Den a-Struck out for K ert In the 3rd;
Large Lake Forest. Distance 163 b-Struck out for Cresse In the 3rd;
ftf*. -Pobeed out for Anderson In the tth.
200-yard relay 1. Foster (Charles -Innings HOUSTON (AP) Surprising The crowd the antics
tired the
Score enjoyed first and
by : I was
Boles Ronnie Scott. Danny Arnold. Calif. (AP) Real tinued Johnston, who owns a will make the trip for the May I FLORIDA ............ 000 101 000-2 sec-
Awbrey)! 2. Lake Forest 3. I GEORGIE TECH .... 300 001 OOx 4 Nicola Pilic battled his way into of the tall left-handed Pilic who I:ond sets, Pilic said. He said
Alma S, LItttewood. Time Good Deal, ,ridden by the 57- ranch at Ontario, Calif. 2 Kentucky Derby. Nearco Blue
4. Finley i
Errors Porter 2, Duncan Beaver, the finals of the
30th annual at times he showered
lost his temper and at at the break be-
2U seconds.Slxtn he left the track .
Grade Results :year-old Johnny Longden, won Earns $37,400 was limping as Trammel; PO- -Fiorida 24-13; Ga.
Alachua 2, Marty the and could be out-of the :Tech 27-12; LOB Florida t, Georgia River Oaks Tennis Tournament times clowned. tween the third and fourth sets
1. Dav!9 Taylor $59,900 California Derby at Real Good Deal earned $37,400 Run for Tech HR. Adams.
I 38 Bkxngren -
Archer 3. Rodney HoJton ; Saturday but the second semifinal Once when be and felt "refreshed "
Russell. doubled-faulted and keen.
Adams. ,
the Roses. Trammel. Hall SB. Trammel.
High Springs! *. Mike Price, Stephen Golden Gate Fields Saturday, and boosted his over all earn- ; -
Foster, & Paul Karablnis Mctcalfe. IPHRER00SO)' match between topseededRoy Pilic threw his raquet to the He called Osuna
off the of Wil Mexico'ssecondranked
.Vi seconds. standing challenge ings to $102,212 Longden declared "This horse Robinson W (1-3) 9 7 2 2 4 5Blggal't ,
25-yard- sack race 1, Richard GenT tad with Willie Shoemaker on The owner of Wit Rad said he ," L (1-2) ,2 3: J 1 0 4 Emerson and Boro Jovano- ground. Another time he kicked amateur, "the
tales. High Springs 2, Ronnie Polk. was a great runner, as the vet- Zabala 41-35 1 4 2 5 vic was called because of dark the ban in
Alachtfa; 3. Richard Bryan. Alachuai board. No. Anderson :32-30 0 0 1 5 disgust fastest man in amateur tennis
4, Steve M0 .. Me! S. Mike Pon- eran won race 5810. WP Anderson PB Porter; U- ness. Pile, the top-ranked amateurin today especially at the "
TIC net.
210. Littiehwo 7* seconds. Or et Argent finished third in Smith Norris, and Hewitt T-2:20It,-
Running tread lump Alan 1, Keith. UF Frosh The longshot Poona,Khan set .300. Emerson of Australia and Jo- Yugoslavia, had trouble withOsuna's Pilic was making his first
Uttlewoodi I. Hitchcock.Alachuai the IVa mile test for 3yearoldsas
Combs. and Buckley Shaw. Alachua the early pace with Real Good FLORIDA GEORGIA TECH vanovic, another Yugoslavian, passing shot and lobs River Oaks appearance. Osuna ,
Blue finished
the favored Nearco
(tie); 4. Wayoa Casey. Metcaltei S. Deal second. Turning into the abrh abrk played for three hours with'during the early part of the was eliminated in the semifinals
Hank WNV er. LittlewOod. Distance: fifth six lengths behind Creese. 322 4 0 Harris cf-rf 311
1 Inch. Win Two back stretch, Longden sent his Duncan. If 522 Adams,N<1 412 Emerson ahead 10-8, 6-8, 6-2, 7-9 match. for the second straight
MSoftbaU throw \. Wilbur Plmes the victor. colt into the lead I Shannon, Ib 5:1: :3 Jackson,Ib 411 year.
Alachuai 2. Donald High bay to'Stay. Blomgren.rf :311 Caldwell 401 and 3.2'In the fifth set
Springs X Robbie Parka Xtttlewoodi Longden the world's winningest 511' Emerson c :303dElllott
4. Robert Williams. High Springs; 5. Shoemaker had.won at Keene- 5 01 Beaver ss 400 Play will be resumed, Sunday
Mike Wilson.. Metcalfe. Distance 166 jockey, sent the son of The I Vs. FSU land in Kentucky Friday with Mntgivy.2D S 1 1 cSefby. 200 with the winner meeting Pilic Major
net 10 Inches.200yard Porter c 424 Cook 2b 100
Pie in the back
the fore STANDINGS
relay 1. AfchuHitchcock. (Shaw.AllenDavid King Hill Rise, the colt he'll ride fa Morcroft ss 61 3: LaCapra.rf 200 for the championship. I
Buddy iHawthorne. 3. High stretch and held on to win by I TALLAHASSEE Florida's the After Eggart, It 4 2 2 a T. Hall.2b :300 League
Taylor)! 2. Kentucky Derby. fly- Kafer p 000R. The three- our encounter was
i Sprigs_ "-6 ;seconds.4. Flnl.y* 50 Metcalta. Time three fourths of a length after freshman baseball team won ing to California,for this specific .Smith, p 10.0b the longest of the week-long
going off the third betting choiceof of three here this T. Smtttl ISO
i games riding assignment, the Shoe had Zbnmer p "100 tournamentHost AMERICAN LEAGUE I IWa NATIONAL LEAGUE
the crowd of 20,428 in the field past weekend against FloridaState's Wil Rad Entrekfn",p 000 *,,Last Pet. ...... W.. Urt Prt. .......
the Into
driving turn
on .... _, ,,
I t Scharf 100 Jattimore .4 0 LIDO Philadelphia 3 1 .750-
Runs to Laver : '
Hayes of 11 sophomores. yearlings.The the stretch, but Real Good Deal Totals 411717 Totals 3437 \Minnesota ...... 3 1 js 1 Pittsburgh ..... :3 1 .750 .
Boston ...........2 1 jUJ IV .....
A-Popped out for Cook In 5th; B Emerson has been finalistin 1 .750-
Although Real Good Deal re- Baby Gators trimmed stood off the challenge as the struck out for R. Smith to Sits; i C- a Detroit .........2 1 Ml IV San Francbc .. :3 2 .400 Vt

Another 9.1 mains eligible for the Kentucky FSU, 12-6, Friday, lost the opener California Derby became a two- struck hit : out for LaCapra In 7th to D two of three previous appearances :Los Cleveland Angeles ..........1.2 2 1 .soo.500 2 2 ChicagoHouston St. Louis ,.....eo. 3 2 3 ?.500? 1 v&

Derby, his owner, Ellwood B. yesterday, 10-3, and then horse race. E-Struck sacrifice out fly for for- Entrekbi Trammel hi tth.9ffV here. He played for the Chicago Washington .......... 2 1 3 3 JSO,400 3 2% Milwaukee ..:::....::3 2 .WO 1 -I
.2 3 ,400 m
ORANGEBURG, S.C. (AP-. Johnston of Pasadena Calif., came back with a 8-3 win in Or et four' Score by bwtags: championship in 1961 and 1962 Kansas City .,.. 0 2 .000 3 Los Angela ...,1 4 JOO 2V4
Argent was lengths ..,....... New ..... 0 3 MA 3V4 .....
said he did not plan to send the I Il FLORIDA 2S4 030 003-17 only to lose to fellow York n New York 0 4 .000 3
A&i : the final battle. countryman -
Robert Hayes of Florida behind Wil Rad'at the finish. TECH ...H__h OCt 000 039-3: YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
winner to Churchill,Downs. Rod Laver each time. Kansas City at Cleveland, postponed, rate YESTERDAWS RESULTS
his world record of 3.1 l I II Errors Cook 2. CaJdwefl, Jackson. I
equalled. Danny Orr picked up the win Real Good Deal paid $10.20, Detroit 3. Lea Angeles 2.

seconds in the 100 yard das] I "My horse hasn't grown into Friday with a stout pitching $4.20 and $3.60. Beaver."* Trammel EntreUn Porter.Creese.. Emerson: 28 -, Shannon SB-: He lost to Hamilton Richardson Chicago Minnesota t.0 Boston. Washington 3. L Chicago Pittsburgh 7, t.Philadelphia New York 0 S

Saturday in the annual Soutl:i himself," said .Johnston after performance, and. Joe Bekeris Wil Rad returned $4 and $3.40 Shannon; HR =; Eggart; SAC,- Eggart of Dallas in last year's Baltimore 2. New York 1TODAY'S St Louis 3. San Francisco t
Duncan SF Blomgren 2 Elliott GAMES
Houston 4. Milwaukee 2 f
',Carolina Invitational track anc l Real Good Deal ran the lUth and Ed Gross led the hitters while Or et Argent paid $6.20 to CB-Creese. Montgomery; LOB -Florida quarter-finals. New York (Delay 04) at Baltimore (Pap.Chicago Cincinnati 3. U* Angeles .. twffighf.
for Negro colleges. mile in one minute '49 seconds .. Georgia Tech .} DP Cook to The colorful Pile, after being 04) TODAY'S GAMES i
field with two apiece. show. ,
Beaver to Jackson; Eggart to Creese to (Buzhardt H) at Boston (Con- '
Hayes set the record in Jun fiat, well off the track.and world Gary Young was the bat hero Following In order were Shannon: PO-A Georgia Tech 2711 outplayed in the middle set by Angeles Cincinnati (Nuxhall 04) at San Francisco JI
(Latman 0-1 and telimky
Florida 27-1U I ( W\ i
last year during AAU champion. record of 1:46 4-5 set here by in the last two games with five School Light, Nearco Blue, 'II H RERBB SO Osuna, became more aggressivein 04) at Cleveland. (Grant 04 and Ramos St. Louis GGllb 1-0) at Houston (Nosh,
Noor in Eggart w ,. 5 7 3 3 2 6 04) (2) I barf 04). night
ships at St Louis. hits in seven trips to the plate. Count Charles, Game Ruler, My Kafer LO-2 1-I 5661 the final two sets. Minnesota (Pascual 04 and Roland H) Pittsburgh (vale 0-0) at New York

The Florida athlete also woi 1 "I don't want to push Real Ned' Woolfolk, a lefthander, Captain,_ Stargazer Goyamo R. Smith 4101 331: Osuna held his service at Detroit (Wickersham 04 and Re'I Jackson 0-1)
nmmer :31 2123 gan W) ,Milwaukee (Spate "1) at Los Angeles
the % -yard dash in 21.5. secT Good Deal although he's the was the winner in the final]: Pride and the early pace setter Entrekbi 1 1 1 0 1 t through 14 games only to lose Kansas City (Monteagudo 04 Met Pena. (Drysdalt 0-1)

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SEC Ball :

Howard Ruins No-Hitter, i

Gets Brand Los Angeles (AP) Huge second on a wild pitch and advanced I three before Howard's ground

: r? .. 4 Frank[ Howard beat out an infield to third on a ground out :single.
Jam, hit with two, out in the struck out
Maloney promptly Cincinnati got all its runs In
ninth inning Saturday night
Willie and Tommy Davis to end ,
ruining a two-man no-hit effort the threat and was in commandthe the fourth on Deron Johnson's

by Jim Maloney and John Tsi- rest of the way. three-run homer into the lower-

StereotypeThe tY7Yd' 1 touris in Cincinnati's 3-0 victory Tsitouris, who came to the'left field stands. The blast, off

v over Los Angeles.The Reds in 1961 In the deal that Dodger ace Sandy Koufax, was
ire G lumbering Howard's sent Joe Nuxhall to Kansas.Johnson's second in as many I

scratch single was the only hitoff City, struck out two and walked days.
Southeastern Conference has had to undergo its share of dRtR the two Red right-handers

name-calling from more than one disgruntled observer y'.x > x Maloney pitched six Innings cf

over the years. Now comes the latest broadside fired at the .; no-hit ball before giving way Safl 3.-

SEC. due to a side injury. Tsitouris Yx04 R
Johnny Rauch famed Georgia passer of some years ago came on starting the seventh,
and a well-known local visitor, especially at grid clinic time eF and didn't allow a hit until How
in August,' told Bin Robinson, Atlanta Journal sports scribe, ard's grounder.

that the pros hate to scout the SEC. 5 The 6-foot-7 Howard smas1eda
Rauch, who is an assistant coach and scout for the Oakland ground ball back of second

Raiders of the American Football League, put it this way. and the Reds' Leo Cardenas

"It seems to be nothing but defense," -he said. "Every made a diving stop of the balls!

but> was unable to recover In

I ;. a time to htrow out the big run-
nor and preserve the rare ef-

DON CARNEY'DEMONSTRATES ,HOW TO HOLD THE LEASH fort.The only similar situation, In '' ,r

Male German Shepherd, Storm, obediently obliges which more than one man is

credited with a no-hitter, occurred 4r

Little Cherished May 26, 1956, when Cin .q.. jfrA'c'
Puppies cinnati's John Klippstem Her- a 3 t r

shell Freeman and Joe Black

team uses the same defensive alignments, Identical offensive combined, against Milwaukee.

patterns. Now the teams In this league spend 75 per cent of But Klippstein pitched the first

their practice time in group drills, learning angle of pursuit, Training NecessaryBy seven innings, Freeman the

reaction, lateral movement, and so on." eighth and Black the rest of the

Rauch said the pros regard the SEC style of play as nothingbut HARRY M. HATCHER obey not for the sake of forcingour leash made of flat pliable material way, losing the no-nuter on I spring's
a "dull stereotype." Training Director will power on him but to such as leather. Jack Dittmer's double In the

German Shepherd Dog Club teach him self-discipline. Like How to Hold the Leash I 10th. The Braves won the gameon
Talent the SEC Has Of Alachua County children, a dog develops per- The dog always works on the I three hits in the 11th, 21. incur. x

(First of a S-week series) sonality.To owner's left side. With the 'dog I Maloney, a tall, strong ,23--
Rauch said it this way. "Every pro scout I've seen tells me on the t r a in er's left side the year-old who had a 23-7 record
Every year on special occasions those of us who like dogs, ,
if Southeastern Conference team you'veseen
that worsted's
you've seen one ,
leash last started bit shakily -
season a
them all." such as Christmas, birth-I it t is sometimes difficult to un- be taken In the ; ,
and the simple desire' right hand with the loop around then quickly settled down.
Still,not all Is lost. The Oakland,coach had this comment on days just derstand that there are people the He left with a side injury after Nts
of E a boy wanting a dog palm.It
the brighter side. puppies who do not like them. If we
find their into thousands is then grasped a little finishing the sixth inning. TheReds'
way think about this fact for
of talent a mom
"I'll tell you one thing, though. There's still a lot
of homes. more than halfway down with dressing room later announced
ent, we realize that we do not '
In this league"And .
that explains why the pro football, scouts, in droves, Maybe, the little fellow was like all dogs either. But it is not the left hand and transferred, at he had a slight muscle t: .

will sit through dozens of dull, stereotyped SEC games each picked up off the street, with no always the dog's fault Owners this point, to the right band. The tear.He 55% DACRON'y
right hand is held In front of the walked three and struck 11
fall, trudge from one campus to another each spring and keep place to go. Whatever occasioned frequently allow their pets to behave x
his arrival .the although wonders if trainer, waist high and close to out six. One man reached firston
,voluminous notes on potential pro talent puppy, so badly, one 45% FINE WOOL
cherished property at the they know what really good the body. an error.
Rauch has always rated with this comer as a squareshooter.
And what be has to say generally can be put.down as the moment, will soon lose his gla-I manners a dog can have or From now on both hands are The Dodgers' Maury Wills led j
gospel. At the same time, it is a known fact these days that mor unless one learns how to I how enjoyable) a wellmannered used; the right hand (the guid off the first with a walk, took "When you consider its

the departure of Georgia Tech from'the SEC has more or less train and care for him. dog can be. lug hand) holds the leash. The CINCINNATI Twilight LOS Came ANGELES weather resistance, its all- a

made the remainder of the conference fair game for the When we buy a new car weon't Training the owner to train left hand is comfortably placed Rose 2b abrhbl 3000WHltas at r h M temperature comfort and lux- _' ; ;
Atlanta writers. One member of the UP coaching staff feels expect it to run smoothlyor his dog Is the answer to on the leash a short distance 3b 4110 Gllllam 2b 3000Ruiz 4000 urious appearance: our dacron- #' ,
to do its job unless we attendto manyof above the dog's collar and is the Pinson cf 3 01 0 W.Davis d 4000 unbeatable.
that Tech's leaving the SEC is something that has to be our dog problems. Robinson rf 31 0 0 Davis tf 4000 worsted suits are
justified" to Tech fans almost every day. all the little details that keep means by which the dog'is con- Johnson Ib 4113 Fairly, Ib 2000 New'models, new colors. ;
Each week for the 0 to f H. JO&ieH 01 0 Pa.a ftJ'MOH
While almost anyone will admit that the emphasis definitely it in good running order. It Isthe next eight trolled.Th Cardenas ss 3 0 0 0 Roseboro c 300 '
same with the new puppy.! weeks we will explain the Beginners left hand lets the leash out Edwards c 3000 Werfui 3b 2 010 From $55 to $85 -
Is on defense In the SEC, scores of games have taken an upward Ma only p 2000 Ioufax p 2000
trend in recent years. It is hard to recall any W final His[ good points will be broughout [ Course on Training you when necessary and takes it in Tsltourts p 1000 aMoon PefanocM 0 0000 0 0 0
verdicts, on the spur .of the moment, as an example. Most only if we take the time to to train your dog., when there is too much slack. Totals 30 3 4 I Trials p 21 01 1aWalkers

games seem to be two touchdowns to one or three touchdownsto bring them out. But if we do, EQUIPMENT FOR TRAININGThe The left band is also used for Cincinnati' .for......Koufax.........In. tot tth.300 000-3
two which Is not so dull. the puppy will grow more endearing only essential items usedto making corrections and for pat- Las E -Angeles Cardenas......PO-A.....-..Cincinnati 000 000 000 27-10-0 SiIwJmzanJ. i

Rauch had some other comments! that should be of interestto and give pleasure instead train a dog in the Beginners ting the dog encouragingly.Even Los Angeles 275. DP-Johnson. Cardenasand
Gator followers. of causing regret. I Course are the training collar though this may at first Angeles Tsltourls.7. LOB-Cincinnati 3, Los

The number of dogs is steadily -. (chain slip collar) and a six-foot seem awkward, the trainer will HR-Johnson- SB-Ruiz,H Harper.IP R ERIBSOMaloney .
Mira to Be, BetterHe increasing. A recent report have mere control over the dog W, M ...1 ( 3 225 West University Ave.
Tsitouris: ._......3 1 : : 3 :
indicates a canine population of if he will get in the habit o f Koufax U M ..... S 3 S S J 4
the leash Perranoskl ..... 1 1 I 0 I 1 Free Forking On 1st Federal Lot
20,000,000 in the United States. McDonald holding this Later
said that Larry Rakestraw should develop ,into the regular way. WP-Maloney. U-Conlan, Venzon, Harvey
quarterback of the Chicago Bears within two or three The need for educating this vast after the dog has had some Weyer. T-2:10. -35.054. -- ----- i

years, that Francis Tarkenton, another Bulldog, may be army to take its place in our Resigns. As training, the leash may be car- .1
traded by the Minnesota Vikings and that Joe Namath of domestic life is.becoming more ried completely in the left handif I

Alabama, a .personality ((7))., is one of the most talented ., and. ore.urgent.It is equally the trainer wishes, as this
Ocala CoachOCALA
passers around. imPortant to train the owners of will sometime make the dog

Rauch said,that Miami's George Mira, once he learns to put this Canine Army. more alert during'his heeling
some body weight behind his tosses instead of using just his When a dog is taken into the -carey McDonald exercises.:
arm, will be a great pro quarterback." Technically, accord- home, he must be taught to respect -resigned Saturday as head basketball Remember you must train at -l LAWENFORCEMENT

s ing to Rauch, Mira right now is not a great passer. All of the rights and -feelings of coach at Ocala High least 30 minutes per day.Coulter .
which should make the teams the Matador played against those with whom' he associates.At School. He will be replaced by

for three years feel relieved.. He could have been better the same time we should remind -John Rogers who will move up
ourselves that we must be from junior varsity coach. ,

I l eta Future f or a ers considerate of the dog. Train- McDonald, executive secre-
; ing is one way of caring for his tary of the Florida Athletic Davis Win AND I

College basketball 'players;S-4'or 6-5. agile, strong and fast, welfare.. Dogs enjoy the experi- Coaches Association, will con-

apparently will have2lydfib4s. -- tovjnake, good as a professional pence of training and reacts tinue to teach at Ocala and will ,At Ocala h
in the future. .y-"' *,r ... spontaneously to intelligent in- retain his post with the FACA. CRIME DETECTION '

One way of cours ".-Js the exoected and accented ODDOrtunity .. structions. A dog is taught to The veteran Wildcat mentor OCALA Henry Coulter of .

to play pro basketball.The :n whose first Ocala team went to Cedar Key won' the high jump
other way, may come as a surprise. Professional football Friday night with an effort of
*\J the Class AA finals before losing HAS BECOMEA
Is looking more .and more to college basketball players Two Homers 5 feet 6 Inches and Bill Davis
to Tampa Plant in 1958, coached
l at a source of talent for defensive backfield posts. of North Marion was first In the
Callahan before here.
at coming
Kentucky's Ted Deeken is one of the college cagers, on the shot put to be the only area
pro football list right now. ,Deeken did not fare so well last Sink Braves McDonald, a 17-year coaching trackmen to emerge victorious PROFESSION
season against Florida in the 'Cats 77-72 win over the Gators veteran (10 years at Callahan In the Star-Banner meet.
due to Brooks Henderson's guarding. *t p :j* 7 at Ocala), said he wantedto Davis led with a toss of 45 JOE CREVASSEEXPERIENCED
Gil Brandt scout for the Dallas Cowboys of The National HoustonHOUSTON devote more time to his feet 11 Inches. He also was thirdin

,Football League, has been tailing Deeken. FACA post the discus throw with an
Brandt laid, "We're tocklnr;for 'basketball playerswhomight (AP) Jim Wynn effort of 119 feet

like to play football They just might make, great defensive and Bob Aspromonte hit two- Applications Courtney Pruitt of North Mar- '
halfbacks or flanker backs." run homers and Ken Johnsonwon ion was fifth in the 100-yarc

The Cowboys' scout said Cornell Green came to the Cow his second game as Houston Go to Area dash, Billy Rees, Williston, was
boys as a star from Utah ,defeated Milwaukee 4-2 Sat-
eager State. He had played only a second and James Asbell, ChIef-

year of high school football, none in college. Last year he inter- urday. Baseball applications will go land, fourth in the mile; John The more experienced your sheriff is, the better you are pro-
cepted seven in 14 Wynn's homer, his second of
passes games. Green is 6-4, 200 pounds. all for Youth Bowden, North Marion, finished
to area schools
the season, followed by Rusty fifth In the low hurdles; Charles tected. Each legal ; each witness subpoena each court order
The Questionnaires Staub's single in the sixth inning Baseball this season, Carol La- Beauchamp, Chiefland, was paper ;

and broke a 2-2 "Every year we (the Cowboys) send questionnaires to aU Asprpmonte's first of the year said yesterday. Marion's: sprint medley relay
the basketball coaches in the country asking if they know a came in the fourth with' two out There will be play in :Midget, team was fourth, Ted Key,
big, strong agile player who might like to try football. and Pete Runnels, who had Junior and Major Leagues. The Chiefland, was second in the) : THIS REQUIRES EXPERIENCE

"Basketball players usually have the speed and quickness walked, on first.Milwaukee age limits are 9 13 for Midget 220; and Ronnie Shellor, Willis- \
seeded for defensive backs or receiving backs. They're talL took a 2-0 lead in action, 14-15 for Juniors and 15- ton, was fifth.Chiefland's I
We need guys 1-! DF taller to defend against such receivers its' half of the fourth on Frank 17 for Major League members. mile re'ay team

as Boyd Woeler, &-4; ReD Kramer, 6-4; and Mike Ditka, 6-3. Boiling's two-run homer, his Practices will start tomorrowfor was fourth and Williston finished -
"We're not the only club trying this," Brandt.informed. "The third four-bagger in two days. boys interested. They should fifth in that event; Bill Camp-

Cleveland Browns are giving Lavern Tart of Bradley a trial. Johnson allowed eight hits report to playground leaders at bell, Bronson, was second in the
Deeken" was recommended by Babe McCarthy of Mississippi and walked four In winning his Metcalfe, Finley, Littlewoood, shot put and Egbert Farnell, NINE YEARS EXPERIENCECitizens
State. The Browns also tried John Havlicek of Ohio State seventh straight game over a Sidney Lanier and Kirby Smith Chiefland, was third; Pruitt was
as an end but he didn't work out for which the Boston Celtics two-year stretch. I schools. fourth In the broad jump.
are probably quite happy. Only one man reached third I .1 of Alachua County have alreacfy paid for nine years of
after Boiling's homer
against I
the 30-year-old right-hander., WANTED! such experience for Joe Crevasse.
PKY's Perfect Season After giving up four hits in the i

fourth hits 'the, Johnson rest of the scattered four I MEN.WOMEN DO NOT THROW THIS AWAY
way. j
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horn ages 18 to 52. Prepare some uses only one out of
start for the Braves. ROW for U.S. Civil Service five ...... .
ORANGE PARK P. K. :eight hits en route to the win. MILWAUKEE HOUSTON job openings in this area 4.r- Lincoln Service has helped'
Yonga'a, bid for a perfect baseball The s&rftbi akrfcfei ins the next 12 months. thousands prepare for these
victory deadlocked Orange Aloud JI" 0 KaskO SS ISIS Government positions pay as tests every year since 1948. RETAIN EXPERIENCE
season collapsed Friday aft. Park with PKY for the South- Mart If S 11 0 Fox *> 3110 high as $446.00 a month to It is ..o of the Urges. and
Aaron rf 3010 Runnels
ernoon before the one l hit I era Division! championship in- Mathews 3b 30. 0 tiSpangter Ib If 3110 1111 start. oldest privately owned schools
pitching of Orange Park's Mike I Tare Ib-C 4110 Bond H 30006lley They provMe much greater of its kind and is not connected *
I the Keystone Conference. The,, c 3010 cBeauchantp 0000 ,security than private employ with the Government.For :
Weaver. Orange Park won, 6-0. two teams aClino 0000 Weekly rf 0010! FREE InlomatioM Government WITH
will meet in a play- Han 9 0 011 StMib rfln.4020Nlerfca most and excellent opportunity on -
It left PKY with a 10-1 record. off game at 7:30 Tuesdayat p 0000 Aspronte 34 4212 I for advancement. Many jobs including list 1. ....
p.m. Belling 2b 4112 Wynn d 4132AAenke positions require little or n.specialised of positions and salaries, fill
The home nine showed the victory Harris Field to determine the SS 3 3020 0 1 0 Johnson Bateman p c 3000 2000Oonlnocr education or ex- out coupon and mail at once
was no fluke as it battered division crown. bOllvcr lb 1000Totals perience.But TODAY. You will also get
94211' Totals 30414 to set one of these jobs foil details on how con
PKY ace Robert Steams forP. Orange Park scored in the ..Ran for Bauer in mtl to-Grounded you
must test. The yourself for these
out for Cioninger in mil Walked' for you post a prepare
K. YONOI OSUN6C PARK second as Jack Bartnlow tripled Bond In Itnj d-Kan" tor Runnels' In nth competition is keen and in tests.
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Solley ss S. 'MosltycStoarns 310 -Boning md Torroi Menke I ,. Dept.
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Yanks Again Fall .:

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Cards Power Win

In' :Extra Innings SAN FRANCISCO (AP) ging, Mays has only one other the sixth inning over the leftfield I r h xi

hit so far this season. fence.
:hnny Lewis, Ken Boyer and

-urt Flood slammed home runs Flood wasted no time putting The :Cardinals won the series

-the Cardinals' first of the yearas St Louis ahead 3-2 when he 2-1 as each team's record

St. Louis outpowered San belted Bolin's second pitch of moved to 3-2.
By GORDON BEARD tive triumphs at the start of a After Russ Snyder struck out, Francisco 3-2 Saturday.
Associated Press Sports Writer season. For the Yanks, it was Robinson drove a line drive to x A p?y I i PHOTO

their third straight extra-inning Willie Mays belted his fifth! I, .
left center field. "
BALTIMORE AP) Brooks loss. homer in the five-game-old season -l 1 I FANS : : -
Robinson doubled borne the winning .
run Saturday as the undefeated -- I Seibern Walks The Orioles stranded 16 bast for the Giants. But Flood I ,:-, it's SEERSUCKER ..,...

Rookie relief pitcher Pete runners against Mikkelsen and negated Mays' blow with his
Baltimore Orioles
Mikkelsen walked Norm Set starter Al Downing including 'htF > game-winning four-bagger in the
edged the winless New York SEASON .
and the Baltimore first base- eight in their last four times at sixth. THIS
Yankees 2-1 in 12 innings. P.A .
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man moved to second when bat before the winning rally. ..
bander Ernie '
The victory was the fourth in Yankee catcher Elston Howard Right Broglio tl
Both teams scored limited the Giants to five hits in I'
a row for the Orioles-all fielded John Orsino's bunt and single runs ,rw r WEEK

by one or two runs-establishing made a tardy throw on an attempted In the fourth inning. A single' evening his record at M., Bob : l!. j U I
Maris and double Bolin,. victim of the three homers
by Roger a -
2 club record for consecu force play. ,Ji;'
by Tom Tresh, the only New lost his first decision. He ?u -: ONLY! .

1 York extra base hit of the I yielded only one other hit'in his .-".s- <
Twins Take Win season, accounted for the Yan six innings. y ;l a" .
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kee run off Baltimore starter In Trouble '..; 7" -

Robin Roberts. TYPE 47
Broglio was in trouble the r .i' f .

Baltimore scored on a walk KEN BOYER first three innings-much of it 3000 SPEEDPOLAROID

On Oliva HomerWASHINGTON and singles by Siebern and Or- Raps Homer from his own generosity as he I j t i iJ

walked four and threw a wild

sino.The Peters pitch. Two errors also threat-
Gary Reg. 2.39
(AP) Tony eighth inning Friday'night.. winning pitcher was Wes ened his effort. i

Oliva's first major league home I The Twins bad a 6-2 lead aft Stock who; Baltimore's retired the third Yanks pitcher in- But the Giants stranded five! .'> a; 1.99

run, a blast over the right field I er five innings, but Brinkman order in the 12th. It was the Batting Hero runners in the span and caPita1-1 Limit 3 R.n.

fence on the first pitch of the and Hinton hit back to back ninth consecutive for ized only in the first
victory the I S3ALSO
10th Inning, led the Minnesota homers to lead off the Senators' reliever, who had a 7-0 recordNEW In beat out an'infield roller, moved I # ;

Twins to an 8-6 victory over the sixth in which they scored three Victory to second on the wild pitch and '

Washington Senators Saturday.The runs altogether. YORK a'r.. III.BALTIMORE all r 11111 i scored on_Willie McCovey's sin-

Twins overcame some Llnz u S 0 1 0 Brandt cf 4510 BOSTON (AP-The Chicago gle to right.Thereafter.
MINNESOTA. WASHINGTON RictJ'jon 2J>' S 0 1 0 Aptrlclo u 3110 i
distance clouting Chuck Peters
long by ahrftM abrhM Marls rf 5120 Powell If 4000, southpaw Gary drove in
Hinton and Ed Brinkman. Hin- Rollins 3b 5110 Cottier 2b 5000 Mantle cf 4000 Siebern Ib .4110. four runs as the White Sox Broglio was bothered i
Power Ib 1100 Brinkman u5231 Tresh If 5021 Orslno c 4011 127
ton hit his first home run two Ollva rf f J 21 Hinton H 4233 Pepitone Ib 5000 Bowens rf 4030 I rolled to a 10-5 victory over Boston only by Mays' homer as he
Allison cf 3220 Skowron Ib 5121 Howard c 4010 bSnyder rf 2000 beat the Giants for the first
triples to deepest center and a KHIeorew If 3000 Hunt cf 2 000 Boyer 3b 3000 Robinson 3b 0021'Downing Saturday. KodacolorFilm
_410-foot to center. Nossek cf 0000 Lock rf 3010 p 4000 Adair 2b 5000, time since June 1961.
fly deep Battey c 2012 Retier c ZOOS j jI Mik'lsen pO 0 0 Roberts p 3000 Peters helped his club to' a I
McCabe 0001 bZhnmer 1 0 0.0 TetaU 601 71 aJohnson 1010 Rookie Lewis slammed his 1
Brinkman had a single, dou- I dHall 1000 Brumley c 1000 Hall p 0000 6-0 lead in the first inning with first major league home in :'. t4fj 11 4 :
ZIm'rm'rn e 1 01 1 Kennedy 3b 4000! cKirUand 0000 run I 1.25
ble and homer into the his Reg.
a mez- the first of two doubles but
Versalles IS 5. 0 0 Stenhouse p 1110 Stock p 0000Totals the third, and Boyer put the I
zanine In left. Allen 2b 4232 Narum p 0000 I 44252 the 1963 American League Rookie 99c
Stlgman p 3000 aValenttoe l' 0 0 j A-Singled for Roberts In tth* b- Cards ahead 2-1 in the fifth.
Perry p 00 0 Duckworth p 101'Grounded Into force for Bowens In 10th; of the Year needed relief help his chance :i{
tie the
The Twins added another run Arrigo p 0000 cLeppert 1000 Walked for Hall In 11th. Mays got to Unit 2 JUIU
Green 1000 Rldilk 1 010 OOfcli Before the White Sox nailed. score in the fifth when Cardinal .1 p
two- p New York toO IM 000
in the 10th .
on a walk Plels p 0000 Baltimore .......... 001 |M lOt 001-2 down their first victory in four catcher Tim McCarver ,ttd./.:
loser Totals JI 110 7 Totals M I U $ dropped :
base throwing error by I A-Grounded out for Narum In 5th; b-Hit i E::Bowens, Boyer. POVWNew: York 34- games. this season. Mays' foul the T ':" .
Steve Ridzik and Gerry Zimmerman's -Into double play. for Retzer In 4th; C.j". Baltimore 36-21 OP-Adair, Aperkto 'pop among way fi1.'i .
Struck out for Duckworth In 7th; dFouledout j and S1 *ern (3) LOB-New York t, Baltimore Peters, who will be 27 Tuesday -Lug gloves of two youngsters in :. \ '.( :'.' 0 2
single. for McCabe In 14.2B .
0thFlied out for
drove in three runs with his -
Arrlgo In f th.Mlnnesata -'iresh, Brandt, Robinson. SB-Aparklo the first row of seats. .
BernIe Ailed blasted home I. (2). double in the first. His second : -...: .': '

f runs in the second and fourth to2 211 M3 1M 000 010 0-4 2-1WasMngtM Downing Orslno.IP........l47 H.1 ERBBSO I double knocked in one of three. Willie belted Broglio's next 'r\ >n
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I Allen (2), Brinkman Hinton Ollva. t- gave up -
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I Arrlgo ...........3 2 1 1 1 2 YORK (AP) Sandy flashes of the form which carried McCarver e 3 8 01 Mays ef 4121White 1
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run home run by Norm Cashin Bulil 1I riiree-Hitter Boston rookie Dalton Jones hit Totals A-Grounded 31 out 313 for Totals Bolin In 7th.32252 B-Flled 1 II I i couple. Regular, long and short. _

the fifth inning gave the Detroit his first big league homer. out for Hart In 5th. c-Walked for Pagan .
In 9th. d-SIngled for Herbel In tth. e-Ran ROLLS ,
I Tigers a 3-2. victory overI Chicago sent 10 men to the for Snider In tth. I I (? k U7. 620, 120 126 616 '

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game was delayed an hour and I gave up a 10-foot single in the hurling the Chicago Cubs to a three singles, two walks and an White.OP-Pagan LOB-St.and Cepeda Louis 2;,Groat San ,Francisco Javier and I. .

19 minutes because or rain. The first inning and did not yield anMets three-hit 7-0 victory over the error by rookie second baseman HR-Lewis, Boyer,IP Mays H, Flood.R ER II SO Free Parking on the Huge First Federal Lot

game was played under cloudy: previously unbeaten Philadelphia Dalton Jones in the barrage. Broglio W H .....9 5 2 2 S 4 KODACOLORTXCITING.,
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Lolich in the fourth inning on a YORK AP-Bob) Bail- to short center in the eighth. dM'Nerty c 1 0 0 0 bMantilla Earley p 0000 1 0 10 your dream trip come true. .

walk and singles by Joe Adcock ey hammered New York Metpitching Buhl struck out seven and Heffner eNlxon 0000fSehUltng 1110 .. .

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Bobby Knoop hit his second Pittsburgh handed the Mets In the fourth he hit Tony Gon Totals A-Grounded.371011 out ?for Tetal Wood In 42 3rd S;U b-4 ;

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out for Martin In 7Wu' Grounded out
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Associated Press Sports Writer plete game since last Aug. 16.I Jose Pagan started the sixth Dick Ellsworth. The Cubs fireda

) Joey ,Jay won. Roger Craig Craig, who lost 18 straightand for the Giants with a walk, then five-homer salvo Billy Williams j*-. MURRAY ClASS and catcher Earl Battey's error

' didn't. wound up with- a 5-22 record -; pinch hitter Cap Peterson collected hitting a pair and Ron Associated Press Sports Writer,1'on the play brought Washingtonfrom
, Jay and Craig, two of base for the New York Mets last the first hit off Craig, a Santo, Lou Brock and Billy : I behind.

ball's biggest losers last season year, pitched five innings of no- single to right. Matty Alou sacrificed Cowan one each. Johnny Klipp- Jack Lamabe, thrown into the Romano's two-run homer in

I with 40 losses attributed to their I hit ball for St. Louis, but wasn't the runners along before stein won it in relieLBishop 4 4 t trade that sent Dick Stuart to the fifth and his run-scoring

strong right arms, made their involved in the decision by the Chuck Killer lined a single that Boston, has thrown the Red Soxa 11 single in the seventh nullifiedthe

first starts of, the National time the Cardinals were fin- brought in the first run. 14StrokesBack problem by pitching the best i Athletics' late rally. Wayne

League season Friday night and ished losing to San Francisco, Then Craig made a big mistake game of his major league ca.i Causey doubled home two un-

: neither came away a loser. 5-4 in 10 innings. and Willie Mays hit a _big reer. I earned runs in the seventh while

Jay, 7-18 with Cincinnati last S Weirdie homer, his fourth of the season ; Rocky Colavito's double and
Lam abe
The 27-year-old
3j season, ,was ,tagged for two I Craig was in a weirdie. 400) feet over the right centerfield Jim Gentile's single gave Kansas

homers but allowed only six hits I Through five innings, he was fence. GHS FifthWINTER pitched the first complete gameof City another run in the
his three major
in all as the Reds handed the I untouchable, and when he left Everything was being hit over year
I Friday whippingthe
league career
world champion Los Angeles after seven innings he bad allowed -the fence at Chicago, where HAVEN Starke'sHarold '5 SSS. S Chicago White Sox, 4-1 on a eighth.U.S.

Dodgers their third consecutive! ,only three hits. Yet, be Philadelphia outlasted the Cubs Bishop posted a final five-hitter.

I 10-8 in an eight-homer battle. round of 78 for a tourney score CageTeam

S Elsewhere, Frank Boiling's two of 159 and finished 14 strokes Following the game, the Red

homers led Milwaukee to a 5-2 behind state champion John Sox found themselves searchingfor

]NL Box Scores victory over Houston and Willie Elliott Jr. of Fort Lauderdale. a relief pitcher to go with Tops

;.Friday Stargell rapped four hits as Elliott posted an even-par 72 Dick Radatz. The right-handed

Pittsburgh -spoiled the New as he led his team to the boys Lamabe had the job last season Pole Five
Cams Game
Night Night
CINCINNATI, LOS ANGELES 1 MILWAUKEE HOUSTON York Mets' home opener in new crown. Fort Lauderdale had 612 after coming to Boston from
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abrkM. aarfcbi abrhbi abrhbi Shea Stadium, 43.Johnson strokes to 622 for Winter Haven. Pittsburgh.
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Robinson Pinion cf rf .5111 4 1 I' Travis W.Davis If d 4111 401. Aaron Mathews rf 3b 400000nd 401lRunnels If Ib ,4100 4021 Jay got just about all the support girls champion with a*750 he demonstrates his high jump form. He'll compete now the victory over Chicago -touring American AAU basketball

Johnson Ib. 13 3 t Fairly 1b. 4221 Torn Ib 3020 Staub rf 4000 he needed i Chiefland has him into the team reversed Friday's defeat
Harper '4111 Howard rf 3010' aCllne lSOAs'montelb 4010 from first baseman total. West Palm Beach Forest nhte Relays tomorrow, although he catapulted

Cardenas u 4 1 32 Roseboro C 2 051Edw.rdsc GabrlsonlbloloWynn d 4011 Deron Johnson, who horn- Hill was nmnerup with 789. won't get to show his high jump talent. The Relays No. 2 starting assignment be- at the hands of a Polish
3S21Werhab 2000Jay
p 3SSSRIctertp 1000 Boiling Bailey c 2b 43330rown5p 4020 Bateman c 2000 3000 ered, doubled, singled, scored Rhonda Glenn of Forest Hill will consist of running events and the shot put and hind.Bill Monbouquette. amateur team by defeating the

aMoon Moeller p 1000 1000 I. Menke Fischer ss p 2000 3100 G lust I p 1000 three runs and drove in two. won the girls title a second discuss only.Standout. "Lamabe didn't surprise me," Poles 64-58 Saturday night.

Ortega p 0000 Totals 33303 Tetato, M 2 72 Vada Pinso also homered for with Boston Johnny Pesky
totals 379117 1 Tafal. 30 3 < 3 _a-.Ran for Torre In 7th. straight year a 75 Friday Manager The United States team led
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which 155 and gota
gave one- Field game.
In,Itfto Milwaukee ............... Ml ei( MO-4 Expected 38-21 at the half.
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Heustea 001000001-2E three hits and batted in stroke over Roberta Albers of strong arm
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Angeles- E-Johnson.27.12.,PO-A-Ctnclnnatl DP Harper 2713.Cardenasand Los I 27-5 sited. Houston LOB 2711.Milwaukee DP-4.Torre Houston unas-a.2B my Davis homered for the ,Gainesville High School'sgirls At Chiefland TomorrowCHIEFLAND stronger as the game went team, which includes some

Rose Johnson unassisted Cardenas. '' Fischer- 2.Bailey. HR .- Bolting. 2.. .S- Dodgers. The loser was Pete finished fifth in team play. along. I thought his last four in- of the U. S. Olympic team players

Angeles and Johnson.2.28Johnson.. LOB -- Cincinnati Los FIsthorW,147 IPH It 2 ERBBSO 1 1 3 Richert. I Kit Green shot a 96 Friday, The first scratches. nings were real good." 82-73 Friday, in the openerof

Cardenas. Edwards. HIt- Brown U 0-1 ......42-37 5 S 1-1 The Phillies pulled ahead to Candy Lohr 97 Lamabe, who pitched in more
Fairly T. Davis. Plnson Johnson. SF- 'lustl ............21-31 0 0 0 2 I ; Beverly annual Chi fland Relays tomorrow Ribbons will go to first five : a l-game tour of Russia and
Reseboro. SLWRkhip.M ? ? ? ? U-Virgo, Forman. JackowskL C,.. stay in the fifth when starting George, .102; and Jan Jacunski, is expected to attract a places, trophies to each winneron innings last year than Radatz, Poland.

Jay W/ 1-0 ........, S 3 3 I IRichert ford. T-2:01. A.S26.PHILADELPHIA ( pitcher Art Mahaffey hit ahreerun 107. standout field of runners as team and to the got the chance to start because
1.. 0.1 .....314 5 A 4 3 1 a relay Gene It The U. S. team flies to Mos /'
homer and Richie Al. Conley is ailing. was
Moeller ..........4 2-a 7 3 3 1 2 CHICAGO The GHS girls totaled 827 for most of the top area track team champion. All events will OIlIly
.. Ortega .......... 1 0 6 0 0 I atrhbi > abrhbi len and Roy Sievers connected the two days competition. the third time Lamabe ever, cow Sunday. S :
5110 Stewart 2b 4110
Hap By Moeller (Ruiz) WP teams participated. be finals.
Richert. U-Weyer, Conlan, Venzon Har Calllson rf 5211 Brock rf 5222 had started a game, the other
vey. T-221. A-2*, 0 Allen 3b 5232 Williams M 4332 Joe Rainwater of Perry and Jim Barnes of Texas Western
McCall Chiefland two coming in 1963.
I Slevers Ib 3111 Santo 3b 1112 Doyle track
81 Might Cam FRANCISCO Amaro aCovlngton Ib lOliBurke 100 IcBurton 3b 2000 1000 KNOCK ON WOOD coach and meet director, said John Mangle of Lake City are While the Red Sox won their College was the top scorer for II,
IT. LOUIS SAN the Americans who substituted
(1 abrhbi abrkM Gonzalez cf 3 1 00 Banks Ib 4011 entries are expected from Perry expected to be contend for individual -, second game in two tries, Washington ,
Javier 2b a 0 1 1 AJLAlou rf 2 0 0 0 Cater tf 5021 Rodgers ss 4010 laurels. freely. He had 14 points. I
pIer Groat. 4010 cJXou rf 2005 Triandos c 5131 Cowan cf 5111 Lake City, Branford, P. K. handed Minnesota its

i; White James Ib If 51 4010Myscf 2. HUler 2b 4113 4112 bBrlggs DaIrymp4sc0000ftjndnj 0000 Bertell ,c 3010 1000 55 Ycnge, Santa Fe, Cross City, Events on the program include S first loss after two victories, 4-3. Charlie Bowerman of the Bar-

Shannon If 0 0 8 0 M'CVy Ib 4000 Wine ss 5110 Ellsworth 2000Mahaffey StephensGets Lake Butler Bronson the 100 yard dash, the John Romano powered Cleveland -tlesville, Okla., Oilers was another
3b 2010 Snider If 3000 p 1 1 1 3 Hobble p 0000 Jasper, '
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Warwick rf 2. 1 1 Mailer c 3000 Kllppsteln p 3 0 0 0 dRanew 1000Baldscnun Macclenny and Chiefland.The 880-yard() relay, mile relay, 440-. to a 6-4 triumph over Kan-
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Baltimore the ,
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Flood cf 4 lOHart3b 401McCarver eGregory p 1 00 0 First ,
( C S 1 3 0 Pagan ss 2100 0000 rotals 421114 Elston Trials p 3*0000 111 I meet will start at 3:30 sprint medley relay, twomilerelay : New York Yankees 4-3 in 11 innings the traveling American group,
.3112 O'Dell
Craig b-Clemens p 1000 Pierce p p 1000 Grounded out for Slevers In etlu bRan p.m. with coaches to get together -' distance medley: relay, and the Los Angeles Angels said he had accepted the invitation -
600 Series
Taylor Shantx p p OOSOShawp OlIOaP.terscn 1000M. 1110 ailing for to Triandos touch first In tth for; c-CaIIedovt Santo In 5th for : at 2:45 p.m.on theirNight shot put and discus throw. I whipped Detroit 8-3. of the Czechoslovak Basketball 1

I Alu 2000 ICrandall 0000Tafais d-Grounded out for Hobble In 4th) e- Lamabe helped his own cause Association to play two
Grounded out for Schurr In 8th
41 SilO Totals 31 S 43 ) f-
I It a-Singled for Pierce In "h> b-Ground- Grounded out -for Bench In "\. with a double and a single in games In Prague on the way
t ed out for CraIg In Oth e-Filed out for Friday AL Box Scores ..
M. Alou If Otht d-Hit Into force play Philadelphia I4J 000Cbica BY JACK HARRIS .A three times at bat. His double back from Russia.
1 !j for Warwick In tth .Walked for for Haller Shaw I e 201 on ooiE =: touched off a two-run burst in The team also will play in
In 10th Intentionally passed
-Rodgers 2, Kllppsteln. PO-A Phildelphla Game CHICAGO BOSTON
the third inning. He scored as
.l'i In 10th. J7Chicago 2710. LOB -Phila.delpflla KANSAS CITY CLEVELAND ..- '" .. abrhbi abrhbi France. I
huihaS St. levis ..,............. 030: 000 10004Sa I. Chicago t. Foy Stephens, another first 600 set shooter rolled brhbi abrhbi Buford 3b 3000 Jones 25 411 1 rookie Dalton Jones rtipled on Il l
Francisco .......... SOS 004 SOS 1-J 2B-.Wlllams.! Calllson. 38 Taylor. Mathews cf 4 1 1 0 Howser ss 4120 Robinson rf 5 0 0 0 Bressoud ss 4 0 1 1
HR Santos. Mahaffey. Allen, Sievers. 604 in the city tournament a couple of weeks ago Causey IS 3022 Davalillo cf 5 1 2 1 Hersh'ger cf 4 0 1 0 Yastfskl If 3 0 0 CI a drive that handcuffed right Has
Podrigfc E-Javier. McCovey. HUler. PO-A-St. Brock, Williams 2. Cowan. SF Banks. to help P. A. Lee the Charles 3b 5000 Wagner If 4121 Nicholson It 3120 Malzone 4b 3111 fielder Floyd Robinson. Stafford
Louis 2t-14 (two out when winning run IP H R ER BB SO man that got Foy started in Colavlto'If 3110 3b 4120 Hansen ss 4000 Stuart Ib 3000 S
scored). San Francisco 2712. DP-Javier xMahaffey ...... .4-- 5 S 44! bowling, and himself J place in the doubles event. Gentile Ib 4011 Whltfleld Ib 3100 Cun'ham Ib 4 0 1 0 Clinton rf 3010 Home Runs
and White; Pierce. Pagan and.McCovey; Kllppsteln W. 2......14' J 2' 0 2 Edwards c 3110 Klndall Ib 0000 Wels 2b 2010 Conigl'ro cf 3 1 1 1
mill Snider and McCovey.'LOI-lt.. Louis IX Baldschua ....... 2-300011., >- *oy started his bowling In the Clmoli rf 4100 Francona rf 2 0 1 1 McN'tney c 3 0 0 1 Nixon c 3000 Veteran Frank Malzone and Ailing Arm
! Foo San Francisco 4. Hobble .......... 11-3 44 '3 1* Green 2b 4000 Romano c 4123 Horten p 1000 Lamabe p 3120 Bos-
28-Craig! McCarver. HR-Mays. S-M. Schurr .......... 2 1 0 I 1 2 Commercial League three years first 600 set and we hope not Segul p 2010 Held 20 4010 aMaxwell1 0 0 0 rookie Tony Conigliaro got
gar; AIu. James. PegM. Elston ...........1 1' 0 B 0 ago with the then famed Duke her last. aReynolds 1000 Krallck p 2000 Kreutzer p 0000 ton off to a 2-0 lead with home BALTIMORE (AP-The New
IP H It lit II SO X-Faced 3 men In 5th. Bowsfield p 0000 Bell p 11010 bMcCraw 1 0 0 0
ci Cal ...7 J 4 A 2 l'' U-Sodol. Pryor Secory Burknart. T3:10. Lumber team. It was at this bJlmlnez 1000 Wilhelm p 0000 runs in the second. York Yankees announced Saturday -
Shantz U 0-1 .....31-3 1 1 1 2 I A-1U4S. Totals 34 4 7 3 Totals 334134 cMinoso 1000
gairrigh Taylor 103. I 1 time Duke Lumber won the Season Halts a-Popped out for Segul In 7th; b- Totals 32 1 31 Totals 20474 Minnesota appeared all set to that pitcher Bill Stafford
CTDell 31-3 4 3 3 1 1Plerc PITTSBURGH IEW, YORK Commercial League and the Grounded out for Bowsfield In 9th. a-Rolled out for Horlen In 4th; b- grab its third victory before the would be sent back to New York
32-3 2 I 0 1 1 abrhbi abrhbiSchofleld Fouled out for Kreutzer _
; in 6th
chai Sh.wW.1-0 U Stelner, .Barllck 4 Donatelil 4 1 0 Landes.3 2 'cf5 u J' 0 Oarkness Ib 5010Wrdon city tournament in the team BOWLERS NOTES: The long Cleveland Kansas City........................ 300 100 020 COO lOx-4 210-4 Grounded out for Wilhelm In 9th.; c Senators erupted for two runs in for examination and treatmentof
0 1 Oltman rf 4000
com T2J2.1f.52 Clement rf 5 2 3 Ount 3b 4110 event. S bowling season is coming to a I E Kralick, Ah/Is. PO-A -Kansas City Chicago ............,.... 01* 000 MO the ninth. Don Zimmer's double an ailing right shoulder.
bide Stargell If S X 4 Zonder c 4121Clend'on screeching halt 24-a, Cleveland 27DP Howser Held Boston ................. t22 000 toX-4- ------ S
Ib 5031homas I If 4110 Stephens assistant and Whitfield; Causey, Green and Gen- : 'i
righ Bailey 3b 5 0 20 ickman cf 0000! a professor He; Alvis Held, Whitfield. LOB Kansas
Muer'skl 2b 5 0 2 llllott cf 3010' in physical education at ,Mary Lou Flowers of Cotton's City 0, Clevelad 9. E-Jones, Nixon, Malzone. PO-A -CM- .
Starke Wins Pagllaronlc2lO0.muel ss 3012 MinA 2B Davalillo, Francona, Alvis 2, cago 24-?, Boston 27-12. DP-cimtonand "
McFarlan.c301 OKranepool 1000 the University of Florida, likesto Mart will receive an Held Causey Colavlto. 3B Mathews.
Friend p 300 Otoran ss 0000 award from HR- Romano.; SB Davalillo Wagner. Nixon; Cunningham. Hansen and Horlen
"4>rrlght 2b 3000 bowl from the standpoint of the WIBC for her Howser. Hansen and Cunningham. LOB-Chlcag Corn Growers. I ICel

'I Steph'son 1000 group competition. "It is the triplicate games of 136. Congratulations IP H R ERBBSOSegul 10, Boston 1.2BLarnabe. S
ConferenceTrack Isher p 3000 U 0-1 .......4 5 5 3 4
auta p.O" people that you bowl with that Mary Lou. Bowsfleld _......2 4 1 1 0 1 3B-Jones. HR-Mazone!
Taylor 1 0 00 Krallck W, 1-0 ."... 4 2-3 5 3 0 A 7 Confgllaro.: SB-CHnton. S Wels.
r..... 43 ell ratals 35 3 7 1Grounded makes the difference tat es HughCrosby, assistant man Bell .............21-3 2 1 1 1 3 IP H R Eit 18 SO Highe1 Yieltl )
Struck- out for Samuel In Sth b- Foy. "Iteis lots of fun and gets ager at Palm Lanes, says Palm HOP By Segul (Kralick). By Bows- HorlenLO.1.3 5 A 2
Meet out for Burrlght In tth c-Struck field Francona). WP Bowsfield. U- : .
out for Bauta hi Oth. real staisf action'In this so c i a 1unction. Lanes is working on its summer Soar. Salerno, Valentine, McKinley. T- Kreutzer ....... 2 0 0 0 "

Bii Pittsburgh .......;.....i..010 010 101-4 ." bowling and for all In- 2:58. A9,407.NEW Wilhelm ....... :3 2 0 0 I 3 I :,
New Yarw .;.......... Jil JOt 000-3 program YORK BALTIMORE ...
Gardner Lamabe W, 1-0 9
PALATKABob brbti abrhbiLlnr 5 1 0 4 5
,1DJ A 172 average bowler Fey terested bowlers to contact him.
shot MazeroskL PO-A-Pittsburgh 27-12 'ss 410 03randt cf 5030 HBP-By Lamabe tMcNertney U-Flaherty with Du Pont45HUROEEHIDICHRESSTANT
:1 grabbed first' places in the New York 2712. DP Harkness Bur. feels like' it is a game of luck I He is working On a scratch Rlch'dson 4100 Aparlcio sA' 1 1 Carrlgan, Halter, Hurley. T-2:20.
teanfour right and Harkness. LOB Pittsburgh IX Marls rf 5000 A20213.
discus here Friday Powell If 5010
put and New'ork, more than anything else. Just men 'and womens league at thepresent. Mantled 5131 Sicbern Ib 5110
and paced Starke to victory in 2B Hunt Samuel StargelL HR-Star. roll the, ball down the Tresh It 4012 Orslno c '4030 I
straIght _
DelL s-Frletd. Howard e 4030 aSaverlne 0000Pepltone LOS ANGELES DETROIT
and the Florida Star Conference IP M R ER BB SO alley. He says, ''The'sloppy hits Frank Palka is presently the Ib 5000 Ktrkland rf 5 1 0 0 abrhbi. abrh NOGHEENeW05
foil Friend .W, 14.9 7 3 3 1 5 Boyer 3b 3 0 00 Robinson 3b 3 0 0 0 Pearson 5222 Brut on If 3000
track meet Fisher ..:.......42-311 3 3 1 4alut. fall better than the 1-3 ,pocket hottest bowler in town. Bouton p 4000 Adair 2b 4011 Moran 3b 4110 cWood 1000
I 1 .. 1.. 0-1 .......21-3 S 1 1 1 1 MlWlsonp 00008arberp 2110 Fregosl ss 422OEganp 0000 % r.u.
} The Tornadoes wound up with HPB by Friend (Hlckman. U-Gor-, hits. He claims he proved this Sam Russ, secretary of the Haddix p 1000 Thomas Sllltumpesb 4010

w: man. Williams. Smith- ',. Polekoudas. T- in the 246 game he rolled, which Commercial.Lea gu e and Bob S Miller p 1000 Adcock Ib 5022 Cash Ib 4110 \
84 points, followed by Paiatka 2i2. A-40J12. bSnyder 1011 Rodgers SO32Kallnef 4010 !
leg? was his highest game and great-Stuebe, secretary of the Night Yotalss$ J J3 Totals 40 C 12 3aRan 11 :r.kuH 4 0 0 0 Demeter cf 2 1
60H and :J
62%; St. Augustine,. ; 000 OM'aullffe ss 0 0
: est thrill. Owl League, are doing a fine for rslno In 11th/ b Singled -
slaPl Knoop 2b
Live Oak 4111 wert 3to 3110
Lake 33. was for Miller in llth.
Starve Nine job in ban: Chance p 2100 Lary p 1000
scheduled to participate but did organizing bowling New York .............. 000 002 010 00-3 Navarro p 0000Sherryp 0000 45% NITROGEN
Other Awards quets in their respective leagues. Baltimore ............. 001 110 000 01-4 Spring p 0 0 0 0 Brown 1000 NuGren""Is a highly eeneantnted source ef8UPPIementaI
not show up. E-Howard, Robinson. Llnz. PO-A d Foil.. 1000 Gladding p 0009 ntrogcn.This meant there Is.ksa I
IF Rebel Lanes looking for a New York 31-16. Baltimore 33-11. One Fowler p 0 a 0 bHorton. If 1011 t tonnage to haul store and*pr* 4.sairtnc tune
Lake City's Mangle was the Trims RebsInBaseball Mrs. Mary Kelley a bowler for lessee. The lanesrare closed out when winning run scored. DP-Richardson *nd labor. I
Llnz and Pepltone. LOB-New Totals 371120 Totals, IJ
R individual point champion, not three years, was unknown until down indefinitely. York 7. Baltimore 10. *- op * counting relays, with 14., Larry she rolled the second highest' 2B-Brandt. Orsino. $Aparlcio. SF- In Sth.b-Singled for Gladding in 7th/ w.lbLEACH.RESISTANT I
Aparicio. Adair Tresh.IP Popped out for Bruton In 7th,
I,1catio 1 Davis of Palatka was next at :series of 627 in the. city for the 570 Series H R ERBBSO Struck out for Spring In IttI.i flenltrcgmbsNuGr.sifNfedNthS5oO?
BoutonLO.1..lD 11 4 3 3 3 e>r cls chwnicaBjr realigns;
13, and Gardner third with 10. ladies., Her games were 234- Mikkelsen ..... 1-31 0000 i I Ttus men ntnogot Is txafebJe=
Barber ......... 52-33 2 2 4 7 Las ,IUIt"q ............ m 000 210-1 tfay need S most
Mangle picked up firsts in the ALACHUA HIGH SPRINGS 202-191. HIGH SCORES: That tough Haddix ---------.21-33 1 1 0 3 'Oetrod_ .................... SIP MI 180j

\V1 100 and 440 yard dashes and a -Starke blasted out 12 hits here But, actually she has won several mechanic from Palm Lanes, El- Miller W. 2-0, _.... :3 0 0 0 0 4
U-Smith Cinnamon. Hooochlck and E-None.
second.In the broad jump. Friday and "trimmed Santa Fe, awards and championships mer Broadwell of Wise's Drug Runge. T-3:07. A-.3S.H1. lrolt 21-4. DP PO-A-Los- Moran Angeles Met 27-12 Adcock, ).,- EASYTOAPPLYMuQreen"

Frid Davis captured firsts in the 15-1, in -a, baseball,,contest En' her few years on the lanes. Store, led men bowlers his Night Game Angeles Knoop, Fregosl 7, Detroit and 5.25Fregosl. Mcock. LOB Los Udi mmt b eomes*..%ta>P I>w4 ff a thrDugh>tI o IIInc.shot 3 types forma ofqulpmint.

nellc She has held week with MINNESOTA IASHINGTONabrhbi 38 ...*CM b*broadcast prior lo.eIJ [i**
120 yard high and the 180 yard the office of president a 670 series with abrhblROIIInSSb Freehan. HRPear.son. .
Wayne Mcdoud was the batting Knoop. SB Fregosl. S-Moran.
Ja: low hurdles and third in the secretary and team cap games of 190, 223-257. Close 4021 Cottier 2t> :3000 i I* H R ERB.$0

hits, broad Jump. leader for the Tornadoeswith tain while bowling in the Ches. behind "was another toughy, Ollva Power rf Ib. 4O2lBrInk'anss 4lSObBlas'ms2b0000 3011 xNavarro ChalICOW.14..55.3........ 1-3 S 1 2204 1 1 .

thel! four hits, Including a booming ter's Garage Coffee League on Frank Palka, Bank of Hawthorne Allison cf llllHlntonlf 4010 I Spring ............i I 0000
Killebrew H 3. 0 0 Skowron Ib 4111 ..
120 hIgh hurdles Davis (P). Hoodp triple in four at-bats. Mark Fowler| ........2 o-ooo
E ( ), Eatman (SA). tie Goode (SA), Thursday morning.Mary was on with a 655 set. Battey 4SlIKlngrt 4000 i Lary.L0-1.3 6 S S 1 1
Sproull (P\.14.7. Hamilton also banged a triple VeflMLe5u450ILoccf. 3110 Sherry ..........j- 0 0022 The Kilgore Seed CompanyDivision
Terrtribi two consecutive
summer league Allen 26 3lllRetzerc 3000 I Gladding ........
dash Mangle (LC); Pass (S); .2 A 2 2 1 2
100 -
Grant (SA)) LIsle (pIt C.po-SA Ili. and single in four trips to the championship teams. Anotherfeat Bob Wendzel had a fine 618; Stange SHall p 3000 cValentlnt 1010 Egan ..........._2 2' 1 0 1 of Asgrow Seed Company II
Mile run T. Lawson (Si Durham Virgil Hall of Wonder House 1O05Kennedy52l10 X-Faced 3 men In 7th.
cf -I (ft), Thomas (sh) Brown (SA\ Maul. plate. which Mrs. proudof Bailey PO" 0 0 dPhillips 1100 HBP By Navarro (Wert Freehan). !
din (SA). 4540. Starke picked'up 12 runs in is Restaurant had a 617 set; Darwin Cheney 2000 U-Napp Rice Stewart, Stevens. T-2:35. ALithHJ, 441 South Phone 46%-U4I
that four weeks to Kline
prior .
SM relay' St. Augustine; Starke p 0000 A-WJl.a
It'aN Lake City. 1:1O.'. the first inning to jump off to a her 627 series she rolled her Simpson, Pepper Printing, a Totals eZlmmer 1010 I -Popped Into double play for Sherry
33373 Totals ,
440 dash Mangle (ItCh Vams (S); 614 Thomas had 31473
Noegel (S); Burney (P); Williamson formidable lead. The winners fist 500 set. ; Harvey a 609, a-Plied out for Stange bt Ins b-,
NlM IP). s.t.L S added three insurance runs in JimWells, Mitchell's Shoes, hada Walked for Cottier In Sits; Singled for
110 low hurdles Davis (PM Shore 'Mary Kelley' hails from Retur in fttu d-Hit Into tore play for I
Leroutz SAlt Eatman (SA; Goode (SA); See- the fourth. Jacksonville and her husband a 606; Joel McCoy of McCoy'sBuilding Kennedy hi fUll e-Doubled far Kline N SOFTBALL EQUIPMENT
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10 run H. Lawson (S); Brown (S); Santa Fe scored its four runs teacher at Gainesville High Supplies a 603. Oz- .a iIIgt.. .-.K' Ill 111-4' t .. -:
tTb Wallace (SA); Hoffman (P); Brock ie Toole of AFROTC rolled & Mlaamata ....,.....-.11 tot .1t-J S ALL EQUIPMENT AMERICAN MADE
up (ps. 2:11.2. in the second inning,while gel School, is a retired Navy man. "'1

City Sprint t Palatk medley.2UJ.S20 relay. -- Starke Lakt ting its only two hits.: Her family is her main Inter. 571.Jeann Leland I 14 E(-!f25tjhen Hlnton. Battey."toning POA-Mlnnesota run scored 26-). S ., ""

recawtu dash Usia (Pit Freman (LCI est with a son in the Army and ; paced the fair. Washington J7-4. LOB Minnesota 4. :--i SPECIAL PRICES
W. Reese (SAIl .. Rams (SAJi Crtwi STARKC SANTA "FE sex with a 566 series with games! Washington 4.2B .
(S). ZJJ. S ab r h v ah r h a son who bowls 'with the junior -OUva, Zbnmer. HR-AllUon. Stow -
MD relay Stats; Paiatka SIAugustine. Falcon M 232 Clarke 2b 3 of 173 ,-235158LIz EUeman of ron AJIen. S8HinIarrCbeney., Brink. S
bowlers on Saturday mornIng MITTS by MacGregor and Nokono
1:91.7. S Col* N 431 Rhrtero C 30 First Federal man. -
Scott Shot put Gardner (*)t Reader (P); Reddish Cf 311 Johnson p.3b 201 Mary bowls for health and was next with a IP M K 'ERBBSO
Jack l_ Rene (ft), Phmips (SI I Livingston McCloud 3b 424 Markham ss 11 553; Lee Green, Ace Electric Stang ..._.... 7 4 2 2 2 4 S. SHOES MacGregor and Riddell
TtfTtYouni (P). Sl-a. Elder c 311 English If 11 1 social purposes Bridge is an- Dailey a.. 0-1 ..... 12-33 2 1 1 5 by
Discus Gardner ISIs Phillips (S); Hamilton 2b 412 Cote d 20 rolled a 540 set; Betty Olson aCheney ....... 7 5 4. 3 1 3
McSM L ***** (,), Dowllna (Si R.... Waters rf 311 Holloway 20 other social function she enjoys KJJne W.-1-o-m 2 .t 05 .;0 1 1x 1 SOCKS CAPS SHIRTS BALLS AND BATS
HuntS (P). 144. a 536; Mae Hill hit a 533 ;, In *
Pattftvtai, Pel 'vault WestoM (SA)* C.....* Edwards VW -.SS0HOdO'M Emenonrf5210 2ft 11Bemert series. WP 5-.. Slang*.:'U-OlMuro." PaparelU,
Bro* ((SA).);104.Edwards "|S))1 Phipps ($); ZaraP Sanderson &Ynfoft.-' IIFrtck ., S Mary who owx&'a 146 average Umont DrummonoVT-2ltAre >A-U.606. PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR CATCHERS & UMPIRES '

Dona High lump W. Reese (SA; Ptilpw Ib '' 41 0 v has tropbieifer high series .
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Tot (S) Bawghman (P)| Loach (SA) Zan Akrldge p : for" COMPLETE LINE OF ACCESSORIES
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DUff: Mangle (LC ump); David- (Pit Freeman Brown ItCh(SAj; SANTA ,FE -..?.;.....%.. 04000-4 Palm"Lases. ,Tbk:was ,Mary's : from the Alachua! County

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Sunday, April 19, 1964 GaiamilU Sun OS _


Ruin Seruice Center

Ladies Oe Sfe,StopfMg; for AH Yew
Club Championship: at Stake 'AI Qr ..4tw IUVKIWMU Nrl..4

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A 'The ladies club championship able opponent. since the invitations, went out securing a golf course with than 100 ladies are expected earn SMOf.YOU

at Gainesville Golf and Other.first round championship the last week in March. government help. ,to participate.S utte a
Country Club is at stakethIs flight matches will pit 'The tourney will be 72 holes t *

week- and there's no one de Libba Merrill vs. Nora Mae of medal play at the Port St., WIVES OF the faculty and Dunlop has come up with anew

fending the title. Scruggs, Rachel Emmel vs. Lucie Country Club. staff of the University of Florida eye-catching award for
Billie Miles won the championship Elanor Davis and Jo Butler Some of the top entrants in- Win begin golf lessons tomorrow golfers shooting holes in-one SUN-NOON TO 7 P.M.
last but is not Martha Brown. elude defending Ed
; year vs. \ champ at the Universitycourse with Dunlop balls.
competing this time I Kirkland of Orlando Terry 4 f
leaving Ray under the director of The complete scorecard Is
the door open for a new win- ODELL BENNIES is the 3 r ''I of Jacksonville, Jim Lee Conrad Rehling.The charge is reproduced iq silver and

ner.Several new 18 hole club champion! i Jr. of Tallahassee and Ward' $2 per lesson and clubs are mounted on a wooden plaque.
outstanding players at Keystone Heights Country Rodgers of dearwater. furnished: Anyone interestedin The hall a J sols mounted
Fern Garber '
,. headed by medalist Eve- Club. She trimmed Billie i Carol Madsen. above the scorecard. TUBELESSNYLONS

lyn Puckett, will be trying to Davis, 3 and 1, last week in tripped Elva Steadham in the A NEW golf course is on thehorizon' Wayne starting Antenen should' 376-2107 call Mrs. .It'll fit nicely in the family

take over the vacated throne. 'the championship flight finals. first flight, ard Kitty Martin 'at Wflliston. register. -, to trophy room.

Mrs. Puckett fired roundsof 'Louise Logsdon scored a Sand defeated LU Lee'in the championship A town group, mapping s .* aIN
82-81 for a SG-bole total of 4 win 'over: ,Sue;Dwyerin ,consolation.' plans for the layout, is cur. CASE YOU WONDERED -
163 last week to cop medal the first flight, and Pansy S rently: seeking financial assist GAINESVILLE Golf and The course record at

honors. The tournament proper Hawes downed Eileen',Lee,',2-- ,BILL CAREY tournament ance from the Farmer's Country Club will host the Gainesville CC Li 69 for both

starts Tuesday and runs up, for the championship"consolation director'or, the State Amateur Home Administration.'* second ,annual club ladiesinvitational amateur and professional. Local

through Thursday, and it's all crown in the, 18-bole championship,reports:entries -; Ralph H. Cox of Lake City, on April 30. Clubs golfer Ed Stephens is low

match play. group. are moving at a rapid area, spervisor for the FHA, Invited are Valdosta, Tallahassee amateur, while Willie Turner

Mrs. Puckett leads the way In the nine bole division, ,pace for 'the May 7-10 event. met with some SO Williston Crystal .River, SL of Palatka has the pro mark. .

Tuesday in a match with Car.. Lucille Starnes took the top Carey says he has been receiving citizens .last week, telling Augustine Ponte V e d r a. Dr. Clayton Hawk has fired a

men Powers, a most formid spot with a 1-up decision over about-10 entries a day them the necessary steps in Starke and Lakeland. More 70 on the par 72 layout.
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'Mdb'MY? Off Tomorrow NightCity

Business League softb a 1J Packing Co. meeting Post Office League openers Tuesdaywill

:r games are set tomorrow night at 6:30 pjn., Communication send Budweiser against
at City Park as the 1964 season Workers facing Hav-A- Schlitz at 7 p.m. and Gainesville PRICE !
I gets into full swing-this week. Wings will play Guy Cleveland
The Church League opened Tampa at 8 pjn. and Utility Construction Co. at 9 p.m.

1.rv y A./r >61v Friday night and the City Department going against Games will be on No. 1 field.'

League will see action Tuesday Gainesville' Livestock at 9:30 In, Friday's Church League

night. p.n., all games on ,No. 1 field. games, North Central Baptistwon ..

yz. r :, Six games are on tap 'tomorrow On No. 2 field, the action will a 74))forfeit from First Baptist -

I for Business League teams. match General Electric and Highlands Presbyterian .
3ia < ,I There are 16 competing teams topped Kanapaha Presbyterian,
and they have been split into Smith Sinclair at 6:30 p.m., 9-7; Latter Day Saints nipped ..

S., r l Lt aJ"% .#..r', ""-,rlv., two' eight-team loops, Division Medical Students and Gainesville Grace Presbyterian, 9-7; Latter

flJ..1k-J : I and Division,II. Gas Co. at 8 pm. and Day Saints nipped Grace Presbyterian .. .

'k""ui....4': ,',fi",.ti; 'it',. The Church League has 12 Fulps Radiator and Penn Chemat 10-9; First Methodist
Stt ''. ,., .';' ,h,> .x".a '. entries with six teams in divi 9:30' edged Wesley Methodist, $-5;
,'=:<,.' ""''" -s;>.".....j,7.. a pm:
: sion. There are four City League and Parkview Baptist b eat

Contestants teams.. I Three Days First Baptist, 92. The game
Keystone Heights
The Business League also,wil} between Southside Baptist and r
Games in the Business loop
play on Wednesday, Thursdayand Calvary Baptist was
Pictured above are golfers who competed in the women's club champion. tomorrow will find Sunnyland Saturday during the season. until next Thursday. postponed :

ship last week at Keystone Heights Country Club. Seated in the cart are 71'

(L-R) Odell Hennies, championship flight winner; and Pansy Hawes, championship CHURCH DIYttJttI LEAGUIe IIiHlghlsnds Kanapaha 301 300-7
consolation victor. In the back (L-R) are Fern Garber, Louise Logsdon, Lincoln TopsRichardson Presbyterl" W 0 1000 Highlands 342 OOz-9 ,

Lil Lee, Carol Madsen, Elva Steadham, Eileen,Lee, Kitty Martin and Sue Dwy Latter Day "In' 1 0 1.000 Jones and Keynon; McCloud I
North Ctntral .."Ist 1 0 1.000 and Monroe.
First Baptist 0 1 .000
Kan.Paft. P'tsbvtll'lalt' 0 1 000 Grace 000 431 09 ..
Grace Prssbyterian 0 1 .000
er.CBS' THIS WEEK'S LDS 410 021 2-10
Pocketbook Swells LAKE CITY Thomas Edwards Prld aHIDULE I Morgan, Whitehouse and Las- 6.00x13
':30, North Central Baptist vs. Highlands ',
Presbyterian I. Kanapaha wick Groover 6.50x13 ..
rapped four hits in four Grace .. vs.I ; Whitman and .
ShLM> v. Fin elpttat. No.'
at bats here Friday to lead '| i Corbett, Groover. Y
Lincoln to a 9-1 baseball victory (Dlvislelll, ) .W L Pct. First Meth. 201 300 0-6 .

With $1.8 Million MoveNEW over Lake City's Richardson First Parkview!Methodist'Baptist 1 i e 0 reoo 1.000 Wesley Meth. 1 0 0 003 1. 5
High. Seuthslda Baptist 0 0 .000 Green and Bevis; Yates and

Joseph Baskin went the routeon Wesley Calvary Methodist Baptist e o 0 1 .000.000 Sanchez. AU pikes plea 0 HeN,.ere ::
YORK AP-The) Columbia -the $926,000 paid for the 1963 Limited to CBS'TV the mound, giving up but First Presbyterian THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE 0 .000 First Presby 0 01 001 0-2

Broadcasting System game and is a record for a one- "Negotiations for the two-year three hits and striking out 12. 4:30, Southilda Thursday Baptist vs. ,Calvary Parkview 000 630 x-9 NO UCArrAllE Ut MANGE ...
has made the latest move in the day sports event for home tele- agreement were limited to CBS- Baskm also picked up two hits Baptist. Friday Fletcher and Vidal; Huteheson, NEEDED! -
pocketbook battle for television vision. This, of course, excludesthe and scored one run. ':30. Calvary First Methodist Campbell and Ward, AbernatbyANNOUNCING .
TV because each of the ,other Pressbyterlan
rights to football 1.8 closed circuit telecasts ; I First vs. South- I A A A.
pro I The win evened Lincoln's record side Baptist ':30 Waslcy Methodistvs. '
two networks have
major contracts Parkview Baptist No. i fleld.i .
million move for the National! of heavyweight championshipfights. at 33.
with the American Football i CITY LEAGUE
Football League's championship This Week's schedule
i League to televise regular .'brh ...r II I Tuesday !
game. The two-year pact was announced 7. Budwalsir. Schllttt f, Gatnesvllle H
season during the periodof Bradley K 4 21 Griffin c* 40. :
C Edwards cf 4 21 Wtiten 3*>> 30 wings VI. Guy Cleveland Construction
CBS pledged that amount jointly by NFL Com
per this contract, and one of T.EdWards 16424 Ford C 100 Co. MM-.r ...wd_ .w rota, ,r.... .
game Friday for the telecasting missioner Pete Rozdle and William Brooks M 400 Robertson 1b 210 BUSINESS LEAGUE .
networks is committed
these to I now BRAND NEW! FACTORY FRESH! _
Robinson Jb 4. 1 Smith 3ft 301 This weeks ScnedvlaTememw
rights to the NFL's next two MacPhail, vice presidentin
carry the AFL playoff game in Holmes rf 400 Williams rf 300 -
championship playoff games charge sports. 1964. ':30. Sunnytand vs. Pest Office; t 't
BMkln p 412 Hayes cf 30 6 CWA vs. Hav-A-Tampe fM. utility iini of
completing the near-incredible the first time CBS has had Faulkntr C 41 *Tombl.n/ p 1 01 Dept. vs. Gainesville. Livestock, No. 1 FREE Services : == i
bidding for pro football TV rights to the NFL title game.In "Therefore it is considered in LINCOLN TcUls 301 399 231 0-J field.JO' OC vs. Smith Sinclair S. Msd
rights for the next few years. a prepared statement, the best interests of the National LAKE CITY .......... 000 001 1-1 cat Students vs. Gainesville Gas Ce.j' outboard
One Low Price For These Sizes
fJO. Fulps' Radiator vs. Penn Chem .. .
The figure is roughly twiceI' Rozelle said: I Football League to keep its No. 2 field. .

I championship game free of any Billiards Wednesday ', 7.1015 '
':30. Publlx vs. Read Prison; t,' CWAvs. 1171' 1371
a.OO 1O 7.60.11
motors L
possible conflict of interest, Post Office ':30. Hav-A-Tampa vs.
Stetson Trips Tampa Utflty Dept.. No. 2 field.
; especially in the area of pro- 4:30. Svniantf Training Canter '...
I' motion." Star to GiveExhibitions Howerfs TV; .. Medical Students vs. r !IF YOUR CAR IS LISTED HERE
Smith Sinclair :30.. Pulps. VI. Gainesville YOU PAY THIS ONE LOW PRICE
Gas. No. | "_Id. 14great
Tisli Preuss Golf QueenBy The deal completes the line-up Thursday MAEt TIAR MOOIL ,POICI IB
1. Road !Prison vs. Sunnyland; f. _. ie.Nk
for telecasting of football for Gainesville Livestock vs. Publlx No. kk.-.1502.43 V.4SpB.l $'.71

THE ASSOCIATED PRESSDELANDStetson's sonville University. The victorywas the next couple of years. Mostof A billiards and pool exhibition 2 field. Saturday O.Mk.__tl41.63 162.43 Y v.i4.yi:/Skl.k __ '::..71c..t1f6O61 nC..r..t19
e3 .MM' M.d.b .
the fifth of the season' the arrangements have been 7. Penn Chem vs. Sunland f, Howard's All M0d.11.;........ '.71
will be
baseball and clinic presented vs. GEv Nee J field., 62 D..k _,.._..:..,._. '.
against no defeats for pitcher negotiated in the past few In Gainesville Tuesday through ...rpm.ieo42, t I..r_, ......-.... '.ii -
team scored four runs in the 0.d.._IHO M.t.d.r '.71 ,
Mickey[ Clark of Rollins.LAKELANDThe months. Saturday with Eddie Beauchene, miocH's a1N.,1,50 .. ,... --. '.71
_ _
I fourth. inning against Tampa The line-up: known as Detroit "Whitey" in UF SportsCalendar -::::.-:;. AN M.d.I. 1.71 1.21f.N. :
& 'S..k ____ .103043 .M.d.ia_ 1.71M.r..ry..1I.43 .
and added another in. the fifth Miami Hurricane ::,.. ; l 4
CBS NFL championshipgames the sport, as the teacher. ... ... 1.71
for an 8-6 victory. forB4McCilInk _1.-1. M..w..y '.71 s
baseball team squeezedby in 1964 and 1965, $1.8 mil Beauchene, former world'ssnooker =.$.__.1043 !.s- S'i,.'__' ._ .. _._ u: '
Florida Southern 2.1 on the lion champion and runnerup CtrJor. ..... ..,1H0-62 S..r..1... P.ry '.71
WINTER PARK-Rollins College strength of a run in the top of per game. ,inthe9-ball tourney at Johnson Wednesday '.HI N dN alOAd'/ le.w.r-'I....f_,lHOo62 M..s All MeNI M..aeIe, _,,._". 'V1..71V. '

I played errorless ball and the ninth inning. Pinch runner CBS-NFL regular season City Illinois, the last two years, Baseball at Kentucky l*/6i f producers ,ffclCB'twnni. ; ..aeep.$.....wiles .'swpt n.lI4erWr. ..

clapped a 4-1 defeat on Jack-! Billy Williams scored the winning games In 1964 and 1965, $28.2 will give an exhibition at 8 p.m. twt- f
tally on a squeeze bunt by million for the package. Tuesday and at 3 p.m. Saturdayin Thursday lade .tgfaa.! k BOWlUrisclai
UlVindnL doorto Baseball- at Kentucky ( 14 MVvtbtird 6
: the store location next .
ABC-AFL regular season motors ff
Williston V. games for 1964, $2.35 million for I the Happy Hour poolroom' on Friday wart/ ;,pity. MdcoaptWan. .
PORT ST. LUCIE TIsh the package. S. Main St. Baseball at Tennessee I .fnm tta camrot%|p far M-
Raps 21 Hits Preuss of Pompano Beach tookan I There will be clinics and In. Tennis Florida intercollegiate fig II U. abek. n4 pon1uI7S tip Jar FULL 10-POINT 88

early lead and played steady NBC-AFL regular season structions daily from 2-5 p.m. at Cape Coral cruIIIq. TIll MeCBBoek ClItecSIII fer 29
golf to win the Florida Women's games for five-years, starting in I and 8-11 pjn. Tuesday through I RIM ea tiM Job M the wrter.An4 hi fe.. BRAKE -
In 18-4 Win Golf Association tournament 4and 1965, $36 million for the pack I Saturday. Saturday taw M0C0llacb'. m'* and 14 lip

2. Miss Preuss in winningher age.- I Beauchene has been featured Baseballat Tennessee for foMnt lid at 3 aM SO I? for OVERHAUL 1. Srotti rt 1)00, 4 wheels

WILLISTONWilliston Vocational first tournament of the year NBC-regular season college: in a CBS sports spectacular and Tennis -Florida intercollegiate Mr Bid tf vitar di! fun.tad Esftfei I W9 futErna 2. Precision grind linings
slammed 21 hits here off the fitful '' at Cot Bttj saaoerj 3. > b nd 4 wheel .__
fought challengesof games for 1964 and 1965, $13 via articles in Sports Illustratedand Cape story! cylinders '
Friday and romped past Dunnellon Paulette Lee of Coral Gables million for the package.Brunelle Newsweek magazine. Track at Auburn + 4. New H.D. ails Udwded
18-4, in a baseball game. and was never behind.Indians r Y ''v 6. tepack frcnt wheel boating] --
four 4 .
James Young rapped

hits, including a triple to pace A's Tops 25% OFF ON .j L a 7 S.. *deck of.ry grew check vital Moll port ....
t'M .c
the hot hitting Williston nine. I UttUWttTp OalyL-hll m MKfM H M "' ,. Check _oiler cytfaa'er
Nathaniel I With 564 Mae a C II.... 'iI
Edward Jackson. Rained Out Loop 10. load loil car ..
Terrell and Ervin Dawson con- BL4wne. aeael

tributed three hits apiece. One CLEVELAND Rain Rollie Bnmelle of Rebels led m N .'prlair. -
safeties the General Electric League at ; -
of Jackson's was a washed out the game betweenthe
grand slam homer. Kansas City Athletics and Palm Lanes with a 564 series.: 4-B PAPER !toEXCLUSIVE PRINCETON

He had games of 20HSO-200.< I FURNITURE MFR'S SAMPLE HOUSE f t rrII i
Cleveland Indians In the top of i"- ff7i SHOCK ABSORBERS -
Nathaniel Hunter also chippedin the fourth inning Saturday with Joe Ponzio, Hurricanes bad NEW WllUSTON RD. AT OCALA HIGHWAY %w aa nt.I 6 ::: I Is. 1 I: ...

with two doubles. the Indians leading 10. 550, Shirley Hutchins, Yankees, i0 ... =--= 788

Leroy Donaldson went the: 514; Bob Macdonald, Yankees, fP IfMJ .
route the mound and picked I Cleveland scored in the sec f 2 /
514; Bill Cole Alley Cats, 505; '" 'V-It. ; for ...
the victory. ond Inning on a walk to Max ..
up Walt 502
Fileppl, ; HUSKY, 6 H.P. RIDING MOWER '.

The win pushed Williston'srecord i Alvis and singles by Al Smith and Sam Hicks, Hurricanes, SOL y : 'Saves wear end tear on car. :...-.'

to 7-0 for the season. and Woodie Held. John Keefe ha da 234 single MCCULLOGHOUTBOARD 4 Instotlatlon crvcilable. :

WILUSTON V. DUNNELLPNa John O'Donoghue a 24-year- game high while Injun-ears 1 1IIDfor'64 I .
rh a rl MOTORS
Scott p S 31 Reddick c 41 I 1 old southpaw, was on the,rolled 957-1008-932-2947. Alley 1az1.\\ I -,- -- ,- rI >>:
J ckoa% efTerrell 333 RoWmon d 49 41 t: mound for the Athletics and Cats had a 1034 high game. We I 1 :
3t> 5 J 3 T.tor ss ,
Voun sa 534 Edwards l 41 e t tMcleftdeIt Dick Donovan, veteran right-':Splits were made by BruneHe, 7 : '- .!/;
,6 5 01 3ft 41 : .
under started for the Indians. 8-10 and Tom Costa, 5-10.
Hunter It S 12 Tow end rf 4 I J ;
*.fterson Jb 4 1 J Booker W 3 J I Pima
Repair let at. *
Bvi, rf 3 i 8 Jone* p 301 FIELDSGAINESVILLE
Brown rt 111 J. M.

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Physical ExaminationALJI"TC WHERE QUALITY SELLS, ITSELF"i Acres, of Free Parking '
Fft Mill or Iln

O'Malley president of FLORIDA SAW CO. ,.. f to 4 ..... MIL: tan Pit.
the Los Angeles Dodgers wresting as!, \ Electric fir Battery 0 1 a.... to f 0a.. Saw+day0 U.S.. 441 North of 23rd Blvd. :.
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comfortably Saturda yl| TT Service ; llIaous BOATS Phone 376.8292 .
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O6 6oiMfv1fle San Sunday, APP ,i 19,1964

: i Holds Dead


Yr I Sea OrdealMIAMI

(AP-A Cuban refugee -
-- --
who survived more than twa

weeks of drifting without food in

Business Glows With Mineral Labor Pact +4 ;I the Caribbean says he buried 16

of those who died at sea. But he

couldn't part with his wife.

Signed For xa "I embraced her and decided -

I would die with her," Vi-

Find Auto Sales GNP RiseBy PartCAPE cente Mayans, 28, was quoted
Space Saturday by his sister, Francisco -

Mayans.The .
ROGER LANE Steel production, climbing lively easy and cheap recoveryby KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) I sister who lives here visited

.'J AP Business News Writer steadily since the first of the the open. pit method of min -.A new three year labor stabilization him in Kingston, Jamaica,

year, leveled off on a very high ing. where be is in hos
agreement includinga 1.r recovering a
1 NEW YORK (AP) A rich
annual rate of .
plane, an output The auto picture, long lus- no strike clause, has been

copper discovery, glowing business 128 million tons, and retail sales trous, was brightened by a signed to cover Cape Kennedy, pital.Mayans was rescued March

profit reports and new dipped 1 per cent in March to weekly production high for 1964, the Merritt Island Moonportand 20 after the craft beached at

feats by the hustling auto indus- $21.1 billion.' Neither was regarded -and all-time' record sales in the Patrick Air Force Base. British-owned Grand Gayman

:.,; try sparked the fast-stepping as a very disturbing de- first 10 days of April. Island. He was unconscious and
.velopmentThe dealer sales The National Aeronautics and<
The early April
economy .during till clutched the body of his wife in
the week. minerals discovery in Ontario mark was 4 per cent ahead of Space Administration, announced I a tight embrace, his sister re

Climbs in Weekthe Canada, near Timmins, ,a year ago and eclipsed the Friday the agreementwas ported.

Gross National I about 350 miles northwest of Toronto 'comparable 1955 peak performance. signed Thursday in Wash- __ s. The party, including, five chil-
ington D. C. by
Product in finally was confirmed by representativesof dren and six women drifted 18
flow of the AFL CIO and the Patrick _
non- ,Texas Gulf Sulphur Co. after A rapidly swelling days in the open boat without

farm jobs Businessand persisting and rising reports. earnings reports on the Janu- Air Force Base Contractors a food and water after Cuban militiamen *

construction Texas Gulf, holding about 70 ary-March quarter was clogged Association.The killed the captain, only
cent of mineral rights in with statements of profit gains. -
spending per agreement is retroactive person aboard who could navi-

in recent periods reinforced Kidd Township, where 'the discovery Aluminum Co. of America said to April 1, when a previous two- 'Cadets 4to Officers gate, Miss Mayans said. One by

was made, said prelim- profits were up 15 per cent. In-
general optimism. year pact expired. ., one, the occupants died, she
inary data Indicated copper, ternational Business Machines Cape Kennedy and Merritt Is- Thirty-three University of Florida graduating senior ROTC: cadets heard an

t President Johnson announcedthat zinc and silver ore reserves of showed a 50 per cent gain, Mon- land were plagued by walkouts address yesterday at the University of Florida by Lt. General David A said.The sister said Mayans told

the gross product, which more than 25 million tons. santo Chemical a rise of over and work stoppages early Burchinal, driector of the headquarters of the Joint Chiefs Of Staff, at the Pen- her he hoped to be in Miami

measures the over-all output of Some of the rich ore lay only 85 per cent, General Telephone this month. Some credited expi- tagon in Washington, D. C. The occasion celebrated the commissioning of the within a month. She said his

goods and services/ rose to an 20 or 25 feet below ground, it & Telegraph a jump of about 15 ration of the old agreement for students as officers in the United States Navy, Army, Marine Corps and Air two small sons)Vicente and

annual rate of $ 08.5. billion in was reported, promising rela- per cent Force symbolized by the service the
I as caps lining top of the photo. (Sun photo Jorge, live in New York withan
the first quarter, up $8.5 billion much of the unrest by Tommy Lewis.) aunt

from the preceding quarter. The new document differs

NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES APRIL( 18 from the old in' two major j
The accompanying job gains, areas: It streamlines the meth-
High Low Close Net Chg. Predicts
he said, showed "real progressin Barry i
od of labor
down 25 Rails 135.70 134.07 134.81 Off .13 settling disputesand

cutting" unemployment 25 Industrials 834.11 824.89 829.99 Up 3.95 provides a system of ad- Guaranteed
rate of 5.4
now at a per
ministering the .
cent 50 Stocks 484.90 479.48 482.40 Up 1.91 agreement.The

(e) New York Times Win
revised document provides Early-Vote

The Commerce Departmentsaid that all disputes not set-

later that an S3.1-bfflion tled local labor-con- Chinch
by a joint Bug
jump in consumer spending in STOCK FLASHES tractor committee will be sub- By STERLING F. GREEN Goldwater : said his 435 r

January-March powered the MARKETHugh mitted to a three man com- claimed delegates "should be at
GNP rise.Tempering. mittee for final and binding de least four times the 'number w .
Barry Goldwater: predicted Sat- r
encouraging developments NEW YORK (AP-The stock characterized by profit takingin termination. The latter group urday he will win the Republican pledged" to any other candi
business will be made up of the two negotiating date. Control
to were market last week climbed to recent gainers and buying of presidential nomination on the
chairmeni the
the possibility of a railroad new records in the popular averages -neglected issues. joint' first or second ballot if he captures The tally of delegates chosenso

strike and a presidential admonition amid increasing signs of On the American Stock Exchange -committee plus a neutral selected California's primary and far shows 136 pledged, in-

against t increasing prices. speculative activity.One meanwhile, the per- by them. picks up the delegates he ex- structed, or favorable to Gold- By Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co.

"American business does not centage gain of one lowpricedstock The agreement continues the pects from the June state con- water on the first ballot. It requires -
stock Texas Gulf Sulphur The increasing seriousness of Chinch Gaines-
Texas Gulf's ventions. 655 for nomination. Bug damage to
put even strike clause and
need higher price levels to as- dominated no prevail- ville lawns and the extensive costs of resodding has prompted
sure continued growth and profits trading a good rise to shame. This was Tel-a- ing wage scale provisions of the Goldwater told the American Then Goldwater Fla. Pest Control & Chemical Co. to offer homeowners In this

,Johnson said and cited deal of the time. It ran up a sign, which in one week madea earlier pactThrice Society of Newspaper Editors, gently needled area -a MONTHLY inspection and .SPRAY program designed

weekly volume of more than a rise of nearly 200 per cent as "It seems that I can count, on the editors, many of whom to prevent serious damage from Chinch Bugs to St. Augustine

what he described as steady million shares and scored a net it advanced 2% points to a closing -' more than 435 delegates" in the have discounted his chances on lawns. Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co. will give you a

costs, strong markets and recent -gain of im at 40%. price of 3%. Found Republican National Conven- the basis of the New Hampshireand written agreement to perform: the following services.

federal tax cut benefits. tion in July; This is "the most Illinois primaries."I'm Make inspections and applications of chinch bug spray at
Texas Gulf's discovery of a On the big board, gainers out- 1
Corporate profits, climbing rich lode of copper, silver and numbered losers by 690 to 655 Insane, JailedIn conservative count, he said. how beginning to know exact- o least once monthly. (More often if necessary.)

steadily since a bottoming out zinc, near Timmins, Ontario, of the 1,524 issues traded. "At any rate, I feel that.the ly Harry Truman felt as
he read the Add fungicidal materials with of
polls and the along regular applications
in the early 1961, hit an annual prompted a turbulent rush on The Dow Jones industrial average LBJ Threat published reports of my being papersin 2

pace of $28.7 billion in October- the Toronto Stock Exchange to this week rose 5.58 to out of the race are a bit 'pre 1948, he said. e chinch bug spray. .

December of 1963, up nearly 50 stocks with 827.33. mature," the Arizonan said in From there he sailed into an I
buy nearby proper Add suitable soluble fertilizer '
I HOUSTON, TeL (APP- assault on the Johnson admin- a along with regular apptlo -
cent in three his speech for ASNE's annual 3
The Associated Press
per years. ties. On the New York Ex- aver Arthur George Post, 25, who istration. cation of chinch bug spray

change, the discovery brought age of 60 stocks rose 2.8 to has been found insane three meeting.
The President coupled his appraisal on At home, he said, the adminIstration -I
of progress in the econ- gains to Barber Oil, which owns 306.7, for its third straight occasions, was in jail Saturday "is writing a recordin ALL AT A NOMINAL FEE
: omy with word that he was 300,000 shares of Texas Gulf, weekly advance. charged with threatening the pure, unadulterated red ink." This program should keep St. Augustine fawns fro from
and to Curtis Publishing, which I Volume for the week was 27- life of President Johnson.He Cape Blast Chinch Bugs and the resultant damage, and cost most homeowners -
bearing down heavily to dispel: "The
shares with more they talk thrift, less than hare ; poorly
owns land in the vicinity, but 063,960 compared menejr they previously spent an *
to its continuation the was arrested in the county the "
a menace more they spend, Goldwater planned control program.
wholesale rush the week before.
there was no as 27,468,360
threat of a nationwide railroad jail Thursday where he was said. "When the bills
in Toronto.In Bond prices maintained a Victim DiesSAN all MANY GAINESVILLE LAWNS HAVE ALREADY BEEN ,
strike. last week. awaiting trial on six counts of come in, I am sure that we will FOUND INFESTED WITH CHINCH BUGS.
fact most of the week the steady tone
arson. U.s. Commissioner Wil- have DON'T TAKE CHANCES. CALL NOW FOR
a dangerous
general tenor on the big board For the week industrials were ANTONIO, Tex. (AP-A very new
liam Costa set bond at $100,000 deficit."
was one of caution, even as the down about % index point with National Aeronautics and Space FREE ESTIMATES!

Animals living at the bottomof averages marched to new all other sections unchanged. Friday. Administration engineer died His central theme was the
Lane Bertram Secret Service
the Grand Canyon include highs day after day. The list Volume totaled $46,741,000 com-II agent in charge, in Houston Saturday of burns suffered in a charge that the administrationwas

.... bull snakes, beavers, bobcats, was going through more of pared with $48,525,000 the.previous testified at the bond hearing, missile explosion, at Cape Ken "following a course. of 0 PetC&uDt&&CHf
-I planned weakness in hope that
deer and ring tailed cats. its "self-corrective" procedure week._ nedy. ,
that four persons said they bad the Soviets can be sweettalkedinto

heard Post. make the threats. John W. Fassett, 30, was the abandoning their goal of M/CALCO.

I SalesProperty Post was sent to the Rusk, second man to die of injuries in- destroying our society." 20 NW. 16 AVE FR.6-2661
County Property flicted by the which
Tex., State Hospital for treat- "I feel that the best way to

... .. .... ment last September after his occurred Tuesday as 'a rocket avoid war is to remain strong," 376-2661
third sanity hearing. In Feb was being fitted with a payload.
sales of more than $500 re- Edwards Inc. to John F. Parker part of lot three, block D, Highland Fassett Goldwater said. :.0
corded last week In the office of Circuit I and Velma Brewer Parker lot 11. Heights $14,000. ruary, he was released when a from Merritt Island,, .-
Court Clerk J. B. Carmichael, with Arthur R. Owen and Alba lean Owento Fla., was brought to the burns
prices figured from state. tax stamps Carol Estates South $14444. Vilous C. Hicks and Althea Hicks, psychiatrist pronounced him
affixed to the deeds: Donald E. Bussen and B. Jeanette lot five. Block three Glenwood 9000. cured. ward of Brooke Army Hospital I
Fletcher Builders Inc. to Frank W. Bussen to Edward J. Magee and Beverly i Ralph H. Blodgett and Margaret A.
Kelly Jr. and Ada T. Kelly lot 34 O. Mage, lot .1. Carol EstatesEast Blodgett to L R. Arrlngton and Frances: here Wednesday. Second and AIR CONDITION NOW!
block H, Fletcher Heights, $24.300. i $1166.William I C. Amngton lot eight, Florida Park,' third degree burns covered
George L. Whltcomb and Bell A. W. Hood and Virginia B. 23000. Someone's
Whitcomb to J. D. Merritt and RubyD. Hood to Charles E. Whitney and Marilyn E. H. Green and Alberta Green to more than 80 per cent of his
Merritt lot three Virginia A. John S. Whitney two parcels of landin Star Homes Inc., the east one-half of
son Estate $700. section 25. township nine, range If. lots five six and seven lot B, Bass Moocher body. Gainesville's Largest Window Air Conditioner Dealer
Donald W. Rounds and Mary Roundsto 4000. Subdivision Addition to Newberry S1.coo.Fred Three other
Olof Olofsson and Patrkla I. Olofsson Young America Homes of Gainesville O. .Bryant to Walter L Cain men injured in
lot 12. Carol Estates East. $14,000. Inc. to Edsel Byard Kensler and and Catherine 0.. Cain property In lot the explosion remained in seri-
Hugh Edwards Inc. to Sidney V.I Judith S. Kensler, lot 82, Woodland four Thomas Napier Grant $17433. i FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP-Tiie
Hulslander and Fanny L Hulslander: Terrace $11023. I Robert E. Hughes I and Joyce M.I ous condition. I
lot 31. Carol Estates South. 11500. Fletcher Builders Inc. to Ralph H. Hughes to Arthur Ray Owen and Alba- tribulations. that can pop up in
Stanley C. Schank and Sandra R.I Blodgett. lot It, Block G, Fletcher I lean Owen lot 13 of lot nine In section the life of a legislative lobbyistwere Pre-Season SaleBEAT
Schank to the James Company of Heights. $25,000. 15 township 10. range 20 12200.
Gainesville, lot nine. Skyline Heights. Pine Shades Inc. to William F. Baker I Lincoln Estates Inc. to John Arthur reflected in an expense About 27% .
$&.000. ,Jr. and Judy Baker lot II. Highland Woods and Barbara Jean Woods lot '3- .
John H. Roebuck and Virginia C, Court Manor $15,7000. i Lincoln Estates $10.400. report.A .
Roebuck to Roy Richard Lamb property -I Gum Shades Inc. to Roland E. Brunelte Lincoln Estates Inc. to Gus Williams northern of the 385 firms had
In lot four. Riceland and Marlon Brunelle. lot tS. Htah- and Carrie Mae Williams lot 31, Lincoln Kentucky man, THE HEAT WITH RED HOT PRICES
$11,000. Subdlvlslon.jJolin land Court Manor. Unit No. three 1:0-] Estates $1700. who represented a labor organization some sort of Glass Insurance -
H. Roebuck and Virginia C.' 70S.Pin Alabama Boyd and Nora M. Scruggsand LARGEST FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONER DEALER IN FLORIDAand
Roebuck to A. M. Robinson and Dorothy Shade Inc. to R. Daley Goff J.Iand S. L. Scruggs to L I- Hudgins told the attorney gener- Of those not Authorized Fedders Air Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville.
Martha Ann Goff lot 60. Highland and Mattie lots ONLY
B. Robinson. property In lot four. Hudgins. 1 and 24 al's office his carrying it 1-2 should
.Rlceland Subdivision. $1400. I Court Manor. Unit No. three S1UXXX. II O. A. Porters Subdivision $75,000. expenses included ,
harvey Rhode and Virginia Branch, Pine Shades Inc. to Welts & Kirk- Atlantic Coast Line Railroad to Deker seven fifths of whisky, $32.90) have been; and of those We Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditioners-
Rhodes to John H. Roebuck and Virginia conned and Kirkconnell, lot 71.I II1UOO" Properties Inc. In lot 15, Peelers addition. ; '
C. Roebuck lot seven lot 17. Mil Highland Court 'M- Unit No. three. 30000. one eight-pack of beer, $1.50; carrying it, 35 appearedto a first class unit with good prices.
ler's Addition $1.900. E. H. Tusslnger and Patricia H. Tuv
A. M. Robinson and Dorothy B. Rob- Donald R. Crist and Eugenia Crist singer to Roscoe L Drake and Betty drinks at a bar, $19.50, and one have no use for it.
inson to George Harvey Rhodes and to Wallace S. Bray Jr. and Mary Louise S. Drake lot 12, Robinson Heights. topcoat, lost or stolen $49.39. How about your Plate COOLERATORS Good Unit and Good Prices.
Virginia B. Rhodes, lot 29, unit one. Bray two parcels of land In section :35 $700. ,
Robinson Heights. $15450. township nine, rang 10. $31.334. E. H. Tussinger and Patricia H. Tin- Glass? Call us for o free, We only sell units that we know ore the best to buy.
A. M. Robinson and Dorothy B. Robinson HugH Edwards Inc. to Harry O. Mar. singer to Rosoe L. Drake and Betty No
to Charles R. Bennett and NormaJ. senglll and Joycemarle Massengilt, lot S. Drake lot 10. Robinson Heights Obligation Survey. < WE. SERVICE ALL UNITS WE SELL
Bennett lot 33. Unit one. Robinson 10. Carol Estates South. 17400. $1X100.
Heights. $11900. S. N. Nalbach and Frances W. Nil- Byron M. Reber Jr. 'to Richard Shelly Andorra is a country covering I Keith
A. L Adkins Jr. and Dorothy W. bach to J. H. Tullls. lot 33 Lake View and Gloria B. Skelly. lot 14 of section 191 Haythorne .
Adkins to Nancy J. Henry one-fourth Estates. $1.200.ClIfford 28. township nine range 1*. $900. square miles in the '
Interest In eight acres of land In section J. Johnson to James Robert N. R. Kite and Gladys W. Kite j tq eastern Pyrenees between Insurance 0 All units arc Flush HEM Cools Moisten Deflrered
20. township nine range 20. $23.800. Jones and Elsie P. Jones property in James L Sanders and Ruby D. San- N. Main FR 2-1433 Mounted. BTU $4. trice
Walter Stubbs Inc. to Walter T. Martnettl section 27. township 10. range 22. $600. ders. lots four fire, six, seven and Spain and France. J 1-7 Rating Amps Volts Ft. ph. Isl. of Unit
and Amelita B. Marlnetti. lot 13. Paul H. Glssendaner and Katherine eight. Block A, Luclle Court. $18,000. o Thermostat
Westvllle. 17000. Glssendaner to Wade L Reynolds Jr. Bernard J. Smith and Doris S. Smith -. 4,500 8 115 250 1,5 109..88
Leon C. Feagie and Irene Feagle to and Patricia Reynolds, lot 3V Wood- to HershH D. Alexander and Wara U Controlled
A. T. Mercer and Mildred J. Mercer. land Terrace. JKSOO. Alexander property In section 21. township '5,000 8 115 290 1.7 118.97
property In section 10. township nine C. L Brice and Hazel Brice to Paul eight rang 22. SX5M. 1.2-3 Speed Fang
range 17. $600.1. Cameron end Carolyn Cameron, part of Cart S. Smith and Florence K. Smithto Slide-out ChasiisAll 6,200 7Yz 115 375 1.3 152.50
H. Steadham and Eula Anne lot 15. Unit one Arredondo Estates.II IISf Mark A. Schucker and Mary K. 10,000 12 230 610 2.75 181.97
Steadham to George Herbert Meyer., .000. Scnucker, lot 11 arid part of lot 12.
lot 113. West Park addition two $9.500.I SorllU Satlett and Jack Sallett to 7000. LEARN. Certified HEMA 14,000 12 230 875 4.6 199.97
Robert A. Johnson and Bobbie L Clarence W. Beesky lots en*. two end Horace ..J.. Arrlngton and Nordke M. EARN CN-1 Rated. 11.6.aO 920 4
.. Johnson to James E. Moore and Betty three. Block F. T. F. Thomas Sub Amngton to Philip Barton and Faye 15.000 215.00
Jo Moore. lot one. Cole-Wood. $9400. division.' $1300. 1 T. Barton, property on SW 3rd Avenue, Prices include 16,500 13.6 230 1,000 4.5 225.00
Ralph J. Hayes and Mary H. Hayesto Coy J. Whltworth and Hilda A. Whit- 18.500.
Gary Hills Inc. property In tot 10. worth to Denis F. Garrett and MaryE. :Hugh: Edwards FBeppi.3F .Delivery, -Year 17500 12 230 1,040 5 235.00
Gary Grant. $40.000. Garrett, lot 45 Cross Creek Gen and Patricia A. C. Carol Secretarial Courses Service on Parts fir 19:000: 13.6 230 J:1f: O 5.3 263.97
George H. Putnam and Bertha Mae dens $650.William. Estates South$10.100.Hugh Labor and 5 Years
Putnam to Jack Hefner and Bobble L Otis McOulston and Commercial Edwards inc. to Eric S. Martin 20,000 14.3 230 1,190 6.4 266.75
Hefner. property In section 26. town- Bank of Peoria to Frederick H. and Sandra D. Martin lot 55, Carol Warranty on Sealed
snip nine, range 19. $4. 00. Slad!.. and Maud W. Stade lot four and Estates South $14,000.' Refrigeration Systems. 25,000 16 230 1,500 8 304.50.GAJNESVllLE'S
Outlaw. Tucker oral Associates Inc.. Speedwriting Shorthand
to Auto-Transcript: Institute Cot: 11.
Block two. Rkhland Heights\ JM.OOO. GOING TO VISIT THE '
J. W. Thomas and Lorraine Thomas LOWEST PRICES ----- LOW INSTALLATION COST
to Owens Illinois Glass Company. 15 NEW YORK WORto'S t IR"FAIR" i.CLASSES. =
acres In section 34 township 11, range
22 $2400. fAJlir for rear Stay el'11,...
James L. Sanders and Ruby D. Sanders NOW
to Elva B. Steadham. lot 127. WHY FU1NJSHBBlAKDrOW FORlIING.Howell's Double Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50 Casement Window or thru Wall $22.50
Hugh Edwards Industrial Center $30t- SUITESXHIIYC 1 ii

frvy John M. Steadham and Eire B. AlI-CONO.Am. 10% DOWN YMENT-24 MONTHS TO PAY-LOW FINANCE CHARGES
StHdlto James L Sanders and s AUrVUTK> TO 1.UIJ S MINUTES TO UMTS 5Q. Business College ;
Ruby D. Sanders two parcels of land
In .section. 32, township nine rang 20. 3 to 4% Room Suites (Sleeps up to 8) e
I2f.100.Ralplt .. ... ...,.... 218 W. Itt Wa Sell and Install
W. Crumpton and Franci (MM bilk 2. *Tm.n) University Avenue 376-3507 ( B Bohannon Jr
Michele Manlerl Crumpton to W. N. MUSI LIVING IMS ft tHHCMS e UK PAUQNOFUUY CentralAir
Robinson and Marguerite H. Robinson QUIPPED KITCHENS SWIMMING FOOL 8 1 ,
lot 13. Green Cove Subtdlvton. $13.004Howard Conditioning
H. Prttchett Jr. and Virginia Ideal For FconJEti or Groups 7 r- t 1 .
B. Prltchett to Undsey L Beckum and Ud HMtfc*. todwdtefl ell
John T. Beckum. part of lots seven and Seed fat'IU caeerijrtive Brodrare.Rotes work.
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tight camp etra Replat of tot IX 1ft the ttlT MITES IK,IM f ttft FaA.L L 1.'. I. Can w- tar free .** ** U. 7t. St. & Sta Are "... Flt 2.9SSI
south half ef section 32. township (Una,
rang 20. $7.200. .
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annual luncheon May 18. From left to right -are, Mrs. Richard Schoessow, club house reservation chairman, Mrs. Bruce Thorn.ason '

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1' Here Is The Florida ----
I Weaver-TuttLe Vows Held Storyall -:: M. "

r White gladioli) and chrysan- of the valley and stephanotis Parish House ReceptionThe of its infinite varietyin

themums decorated the altarof centered with a white or- bride's parents enter- -- one big beautiful
tained with a reception at the
the Holy Trinity Episcopal chid.Attendants
Were Blue Parish House following the printed volume
Church for the wedding of Miss Helene Kouba of Cicero ceremony. Palms, gladioli and

Miss Clara Frances Tuttle and EL, was maid of honor chrysanthemums were usedin ..
William Bancroft Weaver of and bridesmaids were Miss decoration. The

I! Coral Gables solemnized. Sat- Patricia McKenzie of St. Pe- Music was provided by a
4 urday morning. tersburg, and Miss Marsh a string trio, composed of Mr. of ProjectThat
The bride is the daugher of Capo of Gainesville.The and Mrs. Gerald Forbes and Put
Dr. and Mrs. Frank W. Tut attendants wore gownsof Mrs. Floyd Henderson. Ail Florida
tle and the bridegroom is the Copenhagen blue peau de :Miss Mary Watson and Mrs. FLORIDA Between
4 :f+ son of the late Mr. and Mrs. sole and matching headpieces. John Fain introduced gueststo
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3 William B. Weaver, of Coral They carried nosegays of the receiving line and Mrs.L. Book Covers

I Gables. white chrysanthemums and R. Arrington and Mrs. W.
x' By Dr. Erwin Raisz and Dr. John R. Dunkle
Rev. Earle C. Page, rector, pink rosebuds. R. Carroll stood at the end of

->' officiated at the double ring LeRoy Hennings of Tallahassee the line. The product of years of collaboration omong FLORIDA'S HISTORY
ceremony with James Joiner was best man with A white linen cloth covered scholars and experts, this big fully factual, GEOGRAPHY GEOLOGY
serving as acolyte, gave the Ray Jones and Fleming the bride's table, whichwas beautifully illustrated and printed reference WEATHER O SOILS

Stryker, organist, gave the Montgomery of Gainesvilleas decorated with smilax volume is at once a concise encyclopedia and VEGETATION CROPSa
q w> nuptial music. ushers. and greenery. pictorial presentation of Florida's past and WILDLIFE O PEOPLE

Given in marriage by her The bride's mother chose a Mrs. J. D. Ingle and Mrs. L. present the first work of its kind to be CULTURE EDUCATION
father, the bride wore a fu1- two piece aqua dress with S. Echols cut and served the prepared for any state in the nation Unique BUSINESS STANDARDSand
r n 'f +'aFM' length gown of white silk or- matching hat and accessoriesfor wedding cake. Those pour- authoritative the ATLAS OF FLORIDA OF LIVING e FUN
ganza. Her veil of silk illusion her daughter's wedding.A ing were Mrs. Bert Riley and presents a goldmine of accurate and uptoHEALTH OSPORTSRECREATION
5 : fell from a pearl tiara and rosebud corsage comple- Mrs. Margaret Duer. date information at a glance. s GOVERNMENT
I I : of liUes,1.European mented her ensemble.
yr. she carried a bouquet Assisting with the hospitalities o AND ALL
I Superbly executed color maps sketches, OTHER ASPECTS
were Airs. Charles Geltz,
Mrs. Marvin Kokomoor, Mrs. drawings, and charts on page after page It' Big 11x14 inches
Gardens'To with explanatory text cover in detail
L. R. Arlington. Only ZSO
Miss Jane Arrington and

Be Program Topic. Miss Karen book. Angel kept thebridets Get Your Copy AtMi -

Nancy Arrington and
Dr. A.P. Black will presenta win present a slate of candIdates Mary Kokomoor distributedthe OOK

program entitled, "Gardensof for the 1964 65 club rice bags.

Europe," when the Gaines- year. For a wedding trip to the :: TORE

ville Rose Society meets Election of officers will be East Coast, the bride wore a
Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the held on May 19. two-piece suit and black pat-
Guaranty Federal Savingsand ent leather accessories.
Loan Association Com The adoption of a constitution Upon their return from their
Mrs. Mark W. Emmel munity Room. for the Society and its honeymoon, the newlywedswill

I Dr. Sam E. McF a d den, association with the American make their home in Tal- COR. S.E. 1st ST. end 2nd Are. FR 6-6171

FFWC PresidentNew Ralph G. Leighty and Commander Rose Society also will be dis- lahassee. Open 8 A.M., to 9:30 P.M-Including Sunday
cussed. Hostesses for the rehearsal
N. L. Smith, serving
I Serving on the hospitality din n e r on Friday eveningwas
as the nominating committee, ADVERTISEMENT
committee will be Mrs. D. D. her godmother, Mrs.
president of the Florida .Members of. the Gaines- McGuire and Mrs. L. G. Bert C. Riley, who entertained The average general news page with advertising is read by three quarters of
Federation of Women's ville Woman's Club and_ the Cosmos Club Gramling. at the Holiday Inn. the women reading a given issue of a newspaper.

Club is Mrs. Mark W. Emmel,. Junior Woman's Club presented .
Sewing Day
who was elected Thursday arm, bouquets of yellow -

during the 69th state convention and red roses to the new Cosmos Club win meet on

in Jacksonville. More state executive during the Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the
ceremonies. Mrs. Emmel home of Mrs. Elizabeth
than 1,200 state club women SdaEV
wore a jade green satin gown, George, 728 NW 16th Avenue, STRETCH TAK
attended the five-day parley. which had been made as a for all-day sewing.A Z

,Mrs. Charles B. Outen was gift by Tailor Ko of Hong covered-dish luncheon, % .r
Kong and sent air mail to her slated for noon, will be followed :
named to the State
serve on for this occasion. by a business meeting. Pl
Executive Board as corres- ., : yC

ponding secretary. CARS IN I : l ..

,Mrs. Emmel, who has just 7
completed a two-year termas EUROPEAAT r

FFWC first vice-president, k i \ -:;; r. .

has been active in state club THE r P 'JormTIlDRESS SHAPER BRAS GIVE YOU
work for the past decade. She
has been treasurer as well OFFICIALMANUFACTURER'S t. t STRETCH PLUS! Stretch straps? Sure. Right here.. But remember-. i ir

as chairman of numerous 1JU'ra not just buying c strop. You want the lest bra attached to it! Formfit

committees. PRICES JII i adds shape iKf. fit$&-Prettiness to stretch._ Get the one bra that gives you
:Few clubwomen can equal i TAX-FREE '
all/ or ..
her travel "mileage" in the t
Your A.S.TJL travel agent : ,
interest of federation work. *
1) handles all makes-he is unbiased ': MORE SHAPE In the'shape-malting cup that molds you.Celts you,shapes you to i
all four of *
She has attended 2) handles EVERY detail incL home-shipment
the international conventions isi > 3} sells at the lowest,tax-free,official factory prices naturafly lovely Bne.'

as well as countless county 5)4) provides sells only WORLD cars built WIDE for service registration and in the USA : MORE rrrnHG STRETCH around the cups.arldet the aims.M.the_lowscooped back.

and state conventions. I ;L fc. warranty conditions.according to the manufacturer's ,. a BETTER STRETCH In the adjustable straps that stay flatj\i ".. --' : ftfep.
I J.L general & \
J-Mrs. Emmel had the dis-
NOBODY CAN SERVE YOU BETTER. IN THIS AREA Of TRAVEL. e MORE BEAUTT1 pretty"Ely of the valley:'embroidery on nylon marquisette cups:
if notion of being installed by "
from Cone i.or ";"**for 4.t.a.a wltrbteTi 11.11 I.It '
former state president :
Gainesville. WORLD TRAVEL 4tID '." J ; 0594'In 32A to_3SC. Nyioo c_and__spun_dacron. .S9

!For the formal ceremonies SERVICE
Thursday evening, Mrs. J. H. fmtdiriS'Siyte, Use Contra Ours
808 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. f E 401 W. Avenue Dial FR 2-4606
Calmer, president from 191931 PHONE FR 6-4641 9AYIL Ay. .. University Or Lay-Away
gave the same service FREE PARKING AT REAR OF STORE
used when she was installed.
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118; I Spring Brides -Take Social Spotlight This Wee !!: : -: I

Ii, The First Presbyterian .f
i f Church of Gainesville was the F by an arrangement of white
-c: dasies with
I the silver punch
setting last night for a candlelight ,
ceremony performed by r bowl and silver coffee service ,
Dr. U. S. Gordon, pastor. z at either end. :.:.
I when Miss Lucienne Pirenian, Ir M1 Az. : Mrs. R. G. Leighty, Mrs.-
** daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lM. F. Holahan and Mrs. H.:

i L Zareh M. Pirenian, became ___ 0 a a\ i R. Spinks cut and served the
!= the bride of Robert William : wedding cake. Mrs. WilliamI

1_+ Decker, son of Mr. Elroy Ly- t \ : Pritchett Mrs. Dorothy Gago:
man Decker of Miami Shores a ; and Mrs. Jean Zorn poured-
t and the late Mrs. Decker. ,y j coffee and Miss Mary Me- _

i Areca palms and southern iI$i 1. b Affister, Miss Polly Fred-"
Smilax provided a back- ) rick Mrs. Arthur Fabrick and:

; ground for arrangements of ri t \ YSS Mrs. J. L Newton, poured ,

white gladioli, chrysanthemums 4 Lt! 4 -: punch. -
+I'! pompons, and baby's pAay"r x 'S : % 1 Mrs. Sally Smith and Miss
breath. Brass tree candelabra Edna Borck, sister of the;

held tall white tapers at each t bride-groom, 'kept the bride's
side of the altar and white __ book.

candles and greenery were Z. The bride chose a peacock

placed in each window. g, blue silk sheath! dress with ,
I Wedding music was pro jacket and matching accessories -
t vided 'by'Mrs.. E. Ruffin
| a flowered hat, and a corsage -
I Jones, organist, and George for her going away out.Jfit.
,, Mason was soloist. .
_. Given .in.marriage by her i. Y After ,
father, the bride was attended a a honeymoon in South
by Mrs. Robert Arnold Florida, the newlyweds will
return to make their homehi
of Jacksonville
I Clayes as '
i matron of honor, Miss Patricia \\ ... ..fq Gainesville, where Mr.
Bledsoe of Gainesville, Miss n Borck will continue his graduate -

Bette Easter of New York studies at the University

-City, and Miss Martha Hods- :of Florida.
don of Coral Gables as brides- Mrs Jim Springer- Borck Out of town guests includedJ.

maids. after- W. O'Neal, grandfather of
Solemnized Saturday sage. The bridegroom's mother -
Elroy Lyman Decker Jr., t aV Mrs. George Lewis Warren noon, the wedding of Miss chose a royal blue dress, the bride; Mr. and Mrs. J.
l Chapel Hill, N.C., brother of Mildred Kathleen Spinks, matching accessories and a W. O'Neal and Peggy and
the bridegroom was best man. f Solemnized Saturday after- Swope Bunch Jr., both of daughter'of Dr. and Mrs. Dan-, white h a t She also ,wore a Robert O'Neal, all from Tif-
I Ushers were John Milton noon was the wedding of Mr. Jacksonville, and Harold Ru- iel Owen ,Spinks, and Jim white carnation corsage. ton, Ga.; Mrs. Jim Springer,
Brownlee Jr., David V. Cragg, and Mrs. George Lewis War- dolph Gertner Jr. of Gaines- Springer Borck son of Mr. Reception at Sorority HouseA grandmother of the bridegroom

Rochester, N.Y., Robert H.
= Dunn, Tampa, and Thomas ,4 '. .i df First Methodist Church. Mary Eleanor and Borck of Dade City, took bride's parents took place at Johnson, from Sarasota; Mr.
; James, step-brother of the ? Rev. Paul Hartsfield, pastorof Susan Elizabeth Warren, place at the Holy Trinity the Alpha Chi Omega Sorority and Mrs. M. F. Holahan of
bridegroom, Miami Shores. (. f the Melrose Park Metho- nieces of the bridegroomwere Episcopal Church. House. Miss Joy Graham Jacksonville, and M I c h ael
Carries Heirloom ...(. ,1 ; a dist Church of Fort Lauder- flower girls. They wore Holahan of Sarasota; Mrs.
The Rev. Earle C. Page, played the piano during the
f HandkerchiefThe dale and Rev. Sam Banks white organza dresses with Jean Zorn, Lakeland; Mr. and
officiated for the double reception.
bride wore an original chaplain, of the J. Hi His blue accessories.The rector, Mrs. J. I. Newton Orlando;
gown from the House of .. Miller Health Center, per- ring ceremony. The altar Introducing guests to the Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Pool,
mother chose
a adorned with arrange-
Bianchi of ivory peau de soie .. : formed the double ring cere- was receiving line were Mrs. J. Bradenton; Mr. and Mrs.
: mauve pink sheath and thebridegroom's of white lilies and
ments W. O'Neal Jr. and Mrs. A. G.
trimmed with re-embroidered ". mony. Owen Gall, Zephyrhills; Mr.
mother chose .
Alencon lace and seed pearls. a palms.Dr. Smith. and Mrs. Edwn Madill, D a de
t. .. Formerly Miss Mary Carolyn
v : dusty turquoise brocade dress.
i A bustle effect at the back 4.4 Kocher, the bride is the Both had cymbidium orchid' David Stryker provided The cake table was decorated City; Mr. and Mrs. R. A Ray
ended in a full chapel train. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- e' organ music. with two silver candela- mond, Hollywood; Mr. and
Her veil of illusion was at- liam Bryan Kocher of corsages. Given in marriage by her bra holding white iris and Mrs. B. H. McLeod, Lakeland,

tached to an inverted cap .: .:>; l+ Clearwater. The ridegroom Reception at Chi 0 HouseA father, the bride wore an aft- stephanotis. The wedding cake Miss Marilyn MacQueen, Miss

crown of seed pearls. : '" : 1.: is the son of Mr. and Mrs. reception was given by ernoon length gown of white was decorated with pixie fig- Ann Ringgold, Charles Sane,
She carried a cascade of an- Mrs. Robert William Decker James' McBride Warren of the bride's parents at the Chi bridal taffeta,,w th'.deep'ppli- urines holding daisy sprays. of Ocala, and Mr. and Mrs. H.

tique ivory roses and stepha- cloths and decorated by gar- Michael Swain, Mrs. David Jacksonville.Mrs. Omega H 0 u s e. Baskets of ques of Alecon lace on the The punch table was centered R. Spinks of Atlanta.

notis. Arranged within the lands of smilax tied with tiny Cragg, Miss Marcia Mare, E. Ruffin Jones Jr. white gladioli, c h rysanthe- skirt. A fingertip veil fell froma I -_--_ --_ ----"----______-
1 bouquet was an heirloom lace nosegays of ivory sweetheartroses Mrs. Rosemary Welch, and was organist and Radford mums, and white daisies, taffeta pill box topped with \
handkerchief which had been were used in decorations.The flowerets. She car \rA '
and baby's breath. Mrs. Kenneth Brownfield kept Smith of St. Petersburg was pearled GIFT TO YOU
carried brides in her moth- t
by Mrs. George E. Evans the bride's book. soloist. bride's table was adorn- ried a prayer book covered S
t er's family for their; nuptials.The with ed with a wedding candle, with yellow throated iris and 0
greeted guests at the door and Assisting hospitalitieswere Given in marriage by her 0
attendants' gowns were Mrs. J. Milton Brownlee introduced Mrs. H. G. Hamilton, father, the bride wore a gownof which was lighted by the bride stephanotis.Sister. 0
street-length silk and their peach head- guests to the receiv- Mrs. John E. Maxfield, Mrs sheer sata peau with Alen- and bridegroom. s Is Bridesmaid D i
+ organza, crushed ing line. Don Allen, Mrs. Russell Simmons -' con lace appliques accented The punch table was deco- Miss Judy ( Raymond was
pieces bows with were circular matching veils. Mrs. Francis C. Myers was Mrs. Michael Fratella, with seed pearl beading and rated wi t has liver candela- maid of honor and Miss Lou-

carried colonial They of in charge of hospitalities in Mrs. Horace W. Leland, cous- fashioned with detachabletrain. brum entwined' with white ise, Stucky was bridesmaid, from l utkcli)8] ulli.andGORHAM
Talisman roses and nosegays lilies of the reception rooms. Inviting in of the bride, Mrs. RobertC. A tiara of seed pearls daisies. and Miss Alison Spinks, sisterof ti ) S

the valley outlined in white guests to the. refreshment Kemerait, Mrs. Larkin Car- and aurora borealis crystals Miss Betty Around cut the the bride, was junior I t
lace. tables were Mrs, Roger W. ter, Mrs.: W. R. Hutcherson, held her figertip length veil wedding cake and Miss Dorothy bridesmaid. Their dresses

The mother of the bride Bledsoe, Mrs. T. Holland Fay, Mrs. Fred Borland, Miss Car- of silk illusion. She carried a W e ide m e yer poured were of yellow organza over I :
chose a Renaissance green Mrs. Van Durell, and Mrs.R. ol Meyer, Miss Sharon Sites, cascade bouquet of cymbi- punch. taffeta with matching acces- I
peau de soie gown featuringa K. Quekemeyer.Those Miss Gayle Cross and Miss dium orchids. Mrs. Joann McKay, Mrs. J. sories. The maid of honor 1 f.
Tina Bledsoe.
bodice embroidered with presiding at the silver Miss Ann LaBarre, Alex- J. Kosky Jr., and Mrs. Clark carried a yellow and white "$ :
Green net rice bags tied
andria La. maid of Crum cousin of the bride, as- daisy bouquet and lemon ft".rP'Jf.\
bugle beads and iridescent service were Mrs. J. Wayne with white ribbons were was :! :. x
sequins. Her corsage was of Reitz, Mrs. J. Emory Cross, ed to the guests by Miss Betty pass- and bridesmaids were sis ed with the hospitalities.Miss leaves. The bridesmaids car-
pink sweetheart roses. Mrs. Mrs. H. N. Sayer, Mrs. Virginia Jean Cross and Miss Cynthia Miss Nancy Lucas of Tampaand Adele Mosk kept the ried white daisies and lemon
Decker selected an aquama- Skinner, Mrs. ThomasM. Miss Constance Carrollof bride's book. leaves.
rine lace and chiffon dress Simpson, and Mrs. Konrad Bledsoe.Nassau HoneymoonThe St. Petersburg.All The bride wore a yellow Michael H a k a 1 a of Rich-

and wore a corsage of yellow Nystol, aunt of the bride. bridal couple left on a of the attendants wore silkdress and mohair jacketfor mond, Va., served as be s t : iTx Wk

sweetheart roses.Reception Cutting cake were Mrs. honeymoon to Nassau in the Copenhagen blue gowns with her going away outfit. Her man. Ushers were Joe Borck,
at ADP Byrd C. Fryer, Mrs. DarrelJ. Bahamas.. Mrs. Decker chosea mock boleros edged in lace. jewelry was a tiny gold bell brother of'the bridegroom,
House Mase Mrs. Harvey Hord, suit of navy and cream raw Tiny veils covered blue silk with a diamond pendant, a John Forrestall James O'-
1 The reception given by the Mrs. Herbert A. Meyer, and silk with navy accessories anda roses &s headdresses and all gift from her father. Neal III, cousin of the bride,
bride's parents, was held at Mrs. Robert Spencer Mullin. corsage of ivory roses. carried baskets of white dai- Following a wedding trip to Arthur Cooper, Byron Petra-
the Alpha Delta Pi Sorority Pouring punch were Mrs. Upon their return, the cou- sies. South Florida, the newlyweds kis and Richard Benzinger.The Regularly
House. Palms, floor standardsof Allen Y. DeLaney, Mrs. Mont- ple will live in Gainesville for Father Best Man will make their home in bride's mother chose a sold for LII

white flowers and candelabra gomery D. Anderson, Mrs. one year while Mr. Decker James McBride Warren Gainesville, where Mr. War- pale blue sheath dress trim- 72.5OIncluding

were used in decoration.The Frank W. Kokomoor, and Mrs. continues work toward a degree served his son as best man. ren is a student in the Collegeof med with linen lace trimming, .
serving tables were cov- Richard E. Jones III. in advanced accountingat Ushers were John Fitzgerald Medicine at the Universityof pink accessories, and a deep J1 t Federal Tax

ered with white organdy Mrs. Palmer Proctor, Mrs. the University of Lovejoy Jr. and Franklin Florida. pink and scarlet carnation cor- 5S

I UF Students Wed in St. Petersburgbrated S\ 1 b S\

:ST. PETERSBURG Solemnized Leo F. Flood, were married Saturday at O'Quin Lakeland. SS 8 S GORHAM STERLING CANDELABRA .

I at High Mass cele- Mr. .and.. Mrs.Michael Jay Fu.. noon at St. John's Catholic Little Miss Cecily Bradfordof !S EJ< 1 1 Yours Free when you buy S Sa .
Church, St Petersburg. St Louis, Mo., was the 1 Service for 8
"> > .. The bride, formerly Miss flower girl. She wore a pink S ,
"',t 'I: Jacqueline O'Quin, is the frock with a white organdy \ in any regular design in

3' : ,'", daughter of Mrs. Mark O'Quinof overskirt and pink headband. \ \ GORHAM STERLING
,\:,.:.,. Lakeland and the late Mr. Timothy Amann of North \ : f
< O'Quin. The bridegroom is the Fort Myers was ring bearer. 1 t (minimum 32 pieces)
', :iv : \ Vi
r i\\; carat diamond
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. ring $150 S SS.
The bride's mother chose achampagnecolored
/ \ ; Yes this beautiful pair of Gorham's most popular
;.. .. Furen of St. Petersburg dress and \ Sterling Candelabra is yours at no extra cost. In
;" '::. Beach. matching accessories for the \ \ eluded in tM offer is Gorham's newest sterlIng 5
*tr.:. y '.. -. White gladioli, chrysanthemums wedding. The bridegroom'smother \ q, \ pattern. regal, sumptuous La Scala, the ultimate S
;' and Cathe- blue lace 11. '. in pierced baroque design and craftsmanship.
.. pompons wore a jacket \ ( .\,. \
dral stands decorated the al dress and matching ac S. *% Payments At Low At OOe Per Week
tar.The cessories. Both wore white V carat diamond ring $250 Per Pl4t-Setting.

r Y St. John's Junior High orchid corsages.A \ No down paent110 interest charges.

School Girl's Choir sang for reception followed the \ .' '>. If,- ',, .. I
the double the \ !' c -
ring ceremony ceremony at Bath Club of ; i

"$ ,. Given in marriage by James Redington Beach. Floral arrangements \ s -"'cI'... \
Welch of Lakeland, a family of gladioli, Fiji \ \ I rrn
friend, the bride wore a gownof chrysanthemums and stock \ carat diamond ring $450
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silk organza and Chantilly decorated the reception room. 1 ,
lace. The skirt featured rose The bride chose a multicolored S i
petaled appliques and endingin silk print sheath dress \ j "'li"

a train. Her floor-length illusion with yellow coat and hat and S 1 '-.:;.. \. i ,
veil fell from a pearl white accessories,>for her \ a ? rN

tiara. She carried a prayer traveling costume. \ 1 foil Carat diamond ring $750- __ \ a N
book and white orchid. The newlyweds will honey- \ I '
). Miss Donna Ademy of St. moon in Daytona Be cft. \ \ Z Q: 2 N 1 N
\ sw \ Petersburg was maid of hon- The bride S \
was graduatedfrom Let Us Show You The World- Wnen you select one of the 3 Gorhain Modern i
or. Bridesmaids were Miss Lakeland High School \ Living Group patterns, your gift is a pair of 6%*
a AW hY Karen Alfonso of Tampa, Miss and the University of Florida. Famous A tarred Diamonds ;: 5 \55 candelabra regularly sold for $46.95.F.T.I
Celeste Tessier and Miss Sharon She is a member of Delta
None More Brilliant None More S
Anita Harris both of St. Gamma sorority member of \ AH prices are for 4 pc PIa.cwettinpand. include

,, '"""''.' .'-, Petersburg, and Miss Cynthia Standards Board and society S Beautiful And A Style and. A_ 4 4S \ Federal Tax. 4 '
;: Lane Morris Floria City. editor of the "Alligator". She \ S 1t
Mrs. Robert Amann of North is employed by Gray Chandler S _Price For Every Budget. y \

Fort Myers and Mrs. Walter O'Neal Carlisle and Av- \ \
Templin of Lakeland sister of \H
the bride, were bridesmatrons. era.The bridegroom was grad- \ a d 4 \

: w aA All attendants wore pale uated from Bishop Barry High \ fi=ED Jft s '
: r blue brocade dresses and School of St. Petersburg \ \ )

matching accessories. All car- where he was valedictorian, S s \

;p.. ried bouquets of small white and the University of Florida.He \ \ /
a $.. orchids. is a member of Sigma Nu \ \
James Eckert of Pass-a- s y yS AS
and *
Fraternity Phi Eta Sigma
4 Grill Beach was best man. Beta' Alpha Psi, Beta \ 9 1 yS t ,. :
=a Ushers were Edward Guinta, Gamma Sigma, Phi Kappa \

; Tampa Donald E. Paul St Phi, legal. fraternity. He is \ S S
s Petersburg David McFadyen presently a student at the University \ S 103 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE ,

Pompano Beach, Hagood of Florida Law School S, 103 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE \
Clarke, Miami;. Robert Gallagher After April 25, the newly- MEMBER NATIONAL BRIDAL SERVICE

Miami, James Reilly, weds will be at home at 1822 S L MEMBER* NATIONAL_ BRIDAL. SERVICE 5 "': ::..' .. ,,,:; ,,, ,. ., 7- ..z :,,
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Mrs. Michael Jay Furen College Park, Maryland, John NE 7th Terrace. -J- < I

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Founders', Banquet Scouts Take Cruise .- Coffee Honors Glenda MoonMiss

.:U P..IrSUNiDE La Glenda Moon, bride- Pierre A. Bejano Introduced baby's breath, arranged in a Miss Janice Saxon registered

L! Set by BS Phi ii elect of Barton Thrasher, was guests to the receiving line, silver ing table.bowl, adorned the serve guests.

which included Mrs. J. L. Car-
I honored at a coffee given by Pouring were Mrs. Ora Assisting with the hospitalities
Final plans for Beta Sigma making and remodeling hats g Mrs. J. F. Wyche, Mrs. W. L. ter, Mrs J. M. Gable, Mrs. R. Mrs. J. B. Cannichael, were Mrs. E. E. Do&aa-
I"I" Phi Founders', Day Banquetwere given by Mrs. Lois O'Malley Lowry, Mrs. Vera Jenkins and M. Palmer, the honcree, her Mrs.Wynn Travis Loften, Mrs. Clif- vant, Mrs. J. Frank Johnston,
; made by members of and Mrs. Anne Nadeau, who Mrs. R. H. Howard, who en- mother,Mrs.Richard I.Jones, ford Boyd, Mrs. Ha Pridgenand Mrs. H. B. Helms and Mrs. A.
I XI Phi Chapter .recently at studied hat design with Mrs. tertained recently at the How T. Fletcher. The bride elect
E. Thrasher, McKenzie.
and Mrs. B. Mrs. Don
: the home of Mrs. Reid Betsy Small "Miss Ting of ard home. was presented with a gift of
mother of the bridegroom-
Poole. Gainesville." Miss Carolyn Brannon and silver by the hostesses.
:1 Mrs. Walter Wynn and Mrs. elect.
This annual affair Is sched- Mrs. Nadeau demonstrated ''I ,
uled for Saturday at the remodeling fall hats by us- A white iris corsage was -
!1 Holiday Inn. Dinner win be ing steam and various trims. The leather hat is Importantthis presented to the bridetobe
spring. You will see it in by the hostesses, and pink
{ served at 7 p.m. and dancing Mrs. O'Malley showed var-
I'' will be from 9 p.m. to 1 ious ways to make summer x pillboxes and domes, in turbans chrysanthemum corsages
I. a.m. with music by the Jack hats with flowers, emphasizing and sailors. It will turn up in were given to Mrs. Jones and
: Krenyck Band of Ocala. the fact that flowers can ."' ... smooth or grained leathers, in Mrs. Thrasher.
: Mrs. Mary Alice Baer of be re-used after steaming. --- : artfully draped and wrapped
y kidskin Arrangements of white roses
turbans in shiny or
Alpha Lambda is general Refreshments were served
chairman. Mrs. Poole assisted 'Il! soft suede. It will flash in black and stock decorated the liVe
ing room, and pink roses andThe
Highlighting the' chapter her mother, Mrs. Sadie Wilson vr'_ > patent leather. .1

meeting was a program on ; :0S'

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Mariner Ship 452 of Gainesville were passengers aboard theS. OFFICE

S. Bahama Star 'on a cruise to Nassau, for a recent TYPEWRITERat
weekend trip. Pictured from left to right are Mariner Scouts the price of manual GROUP SPRING AND SUMMER
j Miss Connie Pattishall, Miss. Judy Rountree, Miss Carolyn
Beckwith and Miss Jean Johnson. 250' DRESSES and SUITSSILKS

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at the University of r and Mrs. Jack Beville. I..- .. __n __ ___ .
r4 Florida, will discuss landscape ,

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.ih, I 3 .i Home DemonstrationClub
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SYMPHONY Home DemonstrationClubs
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French lace and 9:30: a.m. at the Waldo Baptist without !
snowflower embroidery Church. cost

Satin de Lyswaltz shift
petal, blue Mrs. 0. A. Register and _
Mrs. E. B. McChesney will .
In small, medium.
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Satin de Lys is give the devotional, and Mrs. 2rf-22i-.x
Barbizon's woven blend of W. S. Brown and Mrs. L. extr
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111u Sunday.April 19, 1964 Gainesville iSunf' 5Bf

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fl/l,It I f ENGAGEMENTS HarLow-Van Dame NuptialsTHOMASVILLE .

It I Ga. cake with silver eafid tefcra
Miss Kelsey Luelle Van at either side.

.Dame daughter of Mr. and
r yk Mrs. Ronard Beach Van Dameof The punch and coffee
i tables were covered with a
Thomasville became the
; 3
r :fr bride of Justin Edwards Har- ; white cloth over pink and
low III son of Mrs. Justin decorated with pink and white

I Edwards Harlow Jr. of 1 roses.
I q Gainesville and the late Dr. a :Mrs. E. L. Krause of Tallahassee

Harlow, Saturday afternoonat cut the wedth>
1 ,QI s St. Thomas Episcopal cake. Mrs. Keith Higgim aC

,I Church of ThomasvUle. Thomasville and Miss Grace

Wallace Montgomery, Ala.,
Ji Rev. H. Alfred
Rogers, rector poured.
: s N By of Saint John's Episcopal
Assisting with the hospitalities -
Church, Moultrie, Ga., per
were Mrs. R. B. Weed-
I cash Gii < .a formed the double ring cere- all, Miss Jane Maddox Mbs .
KY Mn. r mony. The altar was adorned 1 Patsy Anderson, of Thomas-
..,: Y with urns of mixed white
<; ville. and Miss Betty Pattenof

ii ...... . spring flowers. Adel, Ga.
fab':. ,.. '''' ..
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ist and Miss Erin Colemanof Thomasville kept the bride's
Miss Linda Sue Thomas Miss Sandra Emoline Bonds Miss Dee Ann Mims Miss Jan Wynn King Atlanta, aunt of the bride, beak. .

was organist. 1r.L The bride chose a spring

.11 ThomasStarlingSTARKE I King-Haile Given in marriage by her green suit with white accessories -

father, the bride wore a floor- and a white orchid

1'' Mr. and Mrs.Woodrow the Extension Service of the BRADENTON-The betrothal The bride-to-be, a graduateof length white Chantilly lace corsage for her going away

I I L. Thomas of Starke University of Florida.Mr. of Miss Jan Wynn King Manatee High School, wasa gown fashioned with chapel outfit.
{ announce the engagement of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. member of Mam'selles. She train. Her shoulder length The newlyweds will make
I I their daughter, Miss Linda Starling Bradford was graduatedfrom School George L. King Jr. of Brad- attended Florida Sou t them veil of tulle was attached to their home in Palm Beach
Sue Thomas, to Franklin L. and is employed by Town Finance enton, and James Graham College, Lakeland, Fla., for a white pillbox embroideredin t after a wedding trip in South
Starling, son'of'Mr. and Mrs. Company of Starke. Haile Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. two years and will completework seed pearls and sequins.. Florida.
Joe S. Starling of Starke. James Graham Haile 0 f on her degree at Massey She carried a prayer book, Wedding Guests
Miss Thomas was graduated Plans have been made Tor Gainesville, is announced today College of Atlanta this June. a gift of the bridegroom, cov- Out of town guests included -

from Santa Fe High School a July! 3 wedding at Pine by the bride-elect's par- The bridegroom-elect was ered with a spray of flowers Mrs. Ronny Kirkland, sister
ents. from Gainesville centered by a white orchid. of the bridegroom; JohnS.
and is presently employed by Level Baptist Church. J graduated
Mrs. Dan Akins of Thomas- Rae, grandfather of the
July 18 has been chosen as High School, where he was a
i\ the wedding date. member of the band. He attended ville, sister of the bride, was Bridegroom; also his aunt,
.1\ Mims-Pappas The nuptials will take placein Florida Southern matron of honor, and Miss Miss Dorothy Rae, all of

i t the Trinity Metho d i s t College. He is now employedby Marlon Woodall of Thomas- Gainesville and his cousins,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. othy's Private School in Balti- Church of Bradenton. the City of Gainesville. ville, was maid of honor. Mrs. Justin Edwards Harlow III Edward Rowell of Philadelphia -
Mims announce the engage- more. They wore pink silk organza and Mr. and Mrs. Well
ment and approach ing dresses with matching accessories The bride's mother chose a Reception At Garden CenterA Woodfield of Deerfield Beach.

marriage of their daughter, Mr. Pappas was graduatedfrom BondsWheelerHAWTHORNE and carried cascade yellow silk sheath dress, witha reception followed the Others attending from Florida -

-J, Miss Dee Ann Mims, to Dean Yale University, wherehe bouquets of red roses. lace overblouse and match- ceremony at the Thomasville were: Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
I Pappas, son of Mr. and Mrs. received a BS in physics.He Mrs. for June 5 at 8 p.m., in the Lea Gramling of Gaines accessories. The bridegroom's Garden Center. Arrangementsof Moore Jr. of Keystone Huts
$4 Mitchell J. Pappas of Briarwood is presently purusing a Clara B. Bonds of Hawthorne First Baptist Church of Haw- ville served as best man. mother chose mixed spring flowers decorated and the following Gaines
a pastel -
1 N. Y. announces the engagementand thorne. A reception will be Ushers were J. Graham the entry. ville guests:
doctorate in physics at Johns blue silk brocade dress-
Miss Mims, a graduate of approaching marriage of held at the church followingthe Haile Jr., Herbert Gilliland, Lea Gramling, Herbert Gil-
He with blouseon and The bride's table
Hopkins University. is a s top was cover-
li P. K. Yonge Laboratory daughter, Miss Sandra Emo- wedding ceremony. and A. Frank Green Jr., all liland, Frank Green, Graham :
member of Phi Beta Kappa.A matching accessories. Both ed with a white organdy cloth
School attended the Univer- line Bonds, to Gene Everett Relatives and friends of the of Gainesville, and Philip Haile, Dr. and Mrs. L. G. .
in the Greek orchid and centered the
wedding wore purple corsages. by wedding
sity of Florida and was grad- Orthodox Church of Balti- Wheeler, son of Mr. and Mrs.B. couple are invited to attend. Wertz of Thomasville. Gramling, Dr. and Mrs. C.
i uated from Sarah Lawrence K. Wheeler of Hawthorne. H. Gilliland, Miss Marian,
1 College in 1961. She received more, Md., is being plannedfor Miss Bonds, daughter of the Miss Patty, Miss Cindy

: a BA degree, master's degreein June 6. late Norman K. Bonds, will I II Brides'TODAY BookMONDAY II Ruth Neal to Give and Norman Gilliland, Dr. and

English and a master's A post-nuptial reception will graduate from Hawthorne Mrs. Arthur W. Combs, Dr.

degree in teaching from Johns be given in Gainesville for the High School in June. and Mrs. M. J. Larsen, Miss

Hopkins University. She is couple by the bride-elect's Mr. Wheeler was graduatedfrom April 19 April 20 Janeen Larsen, Mr. and Mrs.

presently teaching English at parents. The party is plannedfor Hawthorne High School, Brunch honoring Miss Anne Rehearsal dinner honoringMiss Folksong Program John D. Genet, Mrs. J. Graham -.

Goucher College and St. Tim June 13. served four years with the Purvis, fiancee of Billie Nu. Virginia Kay Davis and Haile, Miss Beverley

U. S. Navy, and attended the gent Nimnicht Jr.-of Jackson- their son, John Matthew Fedi- Haile, Evans Haile, Mrs.

University of Florida. He is ville, 11 am. Mr. and Mrs. son, 6 p.m., Holiday Inn, Mr. The Pilharmonic Society gree from New York Univer- Robert Karp, Bob Karp, Mr.
. KeyesCrosbyMiss employed by Carlos Hope Dick Williams and their and Mrs. John Fedison of will hold its final meetingthis sity. She has toured the and Mrs. W. N. Robinson,

Electrical Company. daughter, Mrs. ;Marcus Milam Hackensack, N. J. season in the home of United States as a professional Steve Robinson, Mrs. Marjorie '

The nuptials have been set III, Holiday Inn. TUESDAY, April 21 Dr. and Mrs. Louis J. Stern, singer under the manage- Lines, Miss Carolyn
Lulu Bertha Crosbyand married Saturday afternoonat Wedding of Miss Virginia 4341 Newberry Road, at 8 ment of the National Music Walters, Mrs. J. B. Cawley,

Roger Gene Keyes were the University Methodist Kay Davis, daughter of Dr. p.m., on Wednesday.Miss League and the Roxanna and Robert Kolare. .

I Church with Rev. Don Crews and Mrs. G e o r ge K. Davis, Wells Bureau. I
I I performing the double ring Calendar Of EventsSUNDAY and John Mat thew Fedison, Ruth Neal will pres- Mrs. Stern and Mrs. L. J. New LocationANNOUNCEMENT
ent a program of traditional
ceremony.The Hackensack, N. J., 8:30 pjn. Tatom are to be the hostessesfor

i Mr. bride and the Jesse daughterof Newell April 19 Women's Club, Noon, Park First Reception Presbyterian following in c h Fellow-u rch. folksongs.Miss Neal received her BS the evening.Refreshments.will be served DERDA MUSIC CO.

Crosby of Orlando, and for University of Florida Com- Lane Cafeteria. ship Hall.FRIDAY degree from the Julliard and a movie on Hawaii also MUSICIANS SALES
merly of Gainesville. The School of Music, New York will be shown. I & SERVICE
mencement Ceremonies 3 April
First Lutheran Church master's de-
bridegroom is the son of Mr. City, and her
p.m., Florida Field. Bridesmaids luncheon com-
I t, : and Mrs. Ulric Carven Ke\es, Ladies Guild, Rachel Circle, plimenting Miss Anne Pruvis,
of Arcadia. Tea honoring Mrs. J. H. 7:30: p.m., Mrs. Richard Ecker bride elect of Billie Nugent

Given in marriage by her Palmer in celebration of her 314 NW 36th Terrace. Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville, DCTCBEBanquet 1

father, the bride wore a white eightieth birthday, 4 to 5 p.m., Gainesville Food and Nutri- Mrs. Marcus Conant and her EXCLUSIVE DEALERS FOR
satin gown with embroideredsilk Miss Louise Kincaid, Mrs. J. tion Association 8 daughter, Miss Ann Conant.
i h organza appliques, which G. Feiber, Mrs. J. C. McCrawof p.m. Rehearsal dinner honoring CONN KING leBLANC
Alachua General ita I
I A.b\y qpr she designed and made her Guntersville, Ala., and Mrs. Cafeteria Hosp Miss Anne Purvis and their You just set ARMSTRONG ARTLEY

N, self. She wore a shoulder- Thomas Fuller of Washington, son, Billie Nugent NimnichtJr. ONE dial with LUDWIGSLINGERLANDROGERS

oar length veil of bridal illusion, D. C., nieces of the honoreeas Lioness Club, 7:30 p.m., ., Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Nim- and GRETSCH DRUMSAll
which fell from a white satin hostesses, Gaines viII e Mrs. L. B. Hull, 1015 NW 13th nicht Sr. of Jacksonville, following the newarAtcET

I crown, and carried a bouquetof Woman's> Club.Breakfast Avenue, co-hostess, Mrs. Les 6 p.m. r e h e a rsal, Is Given"Silver Types of Accessories
white roses and i ivy. Cake. Gainesville Golf and Country bs- Complete Bond
Miss Crosby, sisterof of Gainesville
Jenny Club. Instrument Repair Shop
the bride, was maid of Chapter, National Secretaries Beta Lambda Chapter of SATURDAY, April 21 -
I rya honor. She wore a mint green Association, 9 a.m., preced- Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Card Wedding of Miss Elizabeth Anniversary" was 'C. DENT REMOVAL
I'k ing church attendanceat Party, 8 p.m., Mrs. Robert the theme for the annual Em- c BUFFING
dress and carried a
organza Anne Purvis, daughter of Mr. LACQUERING
::: r bouquet of yellow roses. the East Avenue Church of Sullivan, Mrs. Jon Yaggy, and Mrs. Roy Lee Purvis, and ployer Employee banquet .. a S PLATING
Christ. Mrs. M. E. Harrison and Mrs. Wednesday evening in the ,
S brother of the
Phil Kejes, Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr., H. J. BOX 1 COMPLETE REBUILDING
t rsi Earl Crawford, 4000 SW 15th Gainesville High School cafeteria ;
bridegroom, served as best MONDAY, April 20 son of Mr. and Mrs. B. N. PLUMBING COMPANY b INSTRUMENTS
man. Joseph Adams was ush- Street. Nimnicht of Jacksonville, 4:30: j 410 N.W. 19th Lane Gainesville Florida
Gainesville Garden Club I FR 6-2238 622 N. Main St Ph. 327.6715f
p.m., First Presbyterian
The banquet was given joint-
er.The bride's mother wore a Board of Directors, 9:30: a.m., WEDNESDAY, April 22 Church. Reception following at ly by the Cooperative Busi- ------ --
< her Community Room, Guaranty
blue dress for daughter's
Fellowship Hall.
i t Book Reviewers' Luncheonof ness Education and the Diver-
wedding, and a white orchid Federal Savings and Loan Wedding of Miss Elizabeth
Gainesville Woman's Club, sified Cooperative Training
corsage. The bridegroom's Building. 12:30: p.m., Clubhouse, Dr. Anne Purvis, daughter of classes in appreciation to the C'NR
mother chose a limecoloreddress University Bridge Club, 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee Pur-
Lester L. Hale, guest reviewer. employers for the supervisionand
and wore a lavander p.m., Faculty Club. West vis, and Billie Nugent Nim- training given the students -. '_4< /
orchid.To Newberry mincht Jr., son of Mr. and
travel, the bride chose a Bridge Club Gainesville Bridge Club, Mrs. B. N. Nimnicht of Jack- this year. ,

pink linen ensemble. 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center. 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn sonville, 4:30: p.m., First Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bish- \ \
their Gainesville High School Future University Bridge Club, Church. '
Following honeymoonin Presbyterian Reception op, Mr. and Mrs. William S. rjl'j
South Florida the newly- Secretaries Association, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW following at Fellowship "Tiny" Talbot Mr. and Mrs. (' 1
weds will make their home in Banquet, Holiday Inn. 15th Terrace. Hudson Mrs. Garna _
Hall.Wedding Joseph ,
Orlando, where the bride is a Helen Thomas Circle, Wes of Miss
Williams Mr. and Mrs. Wade
.. Chapter AP, PEO, 10:30:
Gene Kf.ves member of the faculty at Oak ley Community Methodist West, daughter of Mr. and and of
Mrs. Roger a.m., Mrs: Sam Evans and Ring representatives
Church, 8 p.m., Mrs. A. M.
School and the
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employed by and Nath
bridegroom Virginia Chapman Circle of Evans home, :2022!() NW 14th Culpepper Doughtie, were among the 140 guests.
rt o last reminder the Martin Co. Avenue. son of Mr and Mrs. Jerry I
the Wesley Community Metho-
W. Doughty of Atlantic Entertainment portion of
RepublicanLuncheon dist Church, 8 p.m., Mrs. T. Bosses Night Banquet Beach, 6:30 p.m., Holy Trini- the prcgram was provided by
Mother'sDay C. Skinner 4210 62nd Ave-
R Gainesville Chapter National ty Episcopal Church. Reception Mr. Talbot, who sang and
Set nue. Secretaries Association, 6:30 following at the Hotel accompanied himself on the
TUESDAY, April 21 p.m., Primrose Inn. Thomas. guitar and ukelele. \
Is The Alachua County Repub- Delta Kappa Gamma, 7:30 ;

lican Women's Club will meet p.m., Mrs. Joseph Leps 2210 Philharmonic Society,
I on Tuesday noon in the Park NW First Avenue. 8 p.m., Dr. and Mrs. Louis, I'I GAINESVILLE HEARING AID CO. i;
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6B Gainesville Sun Sunday April 19. 1964llfh .

<, Foundation, who Is to be the Popenoe, Gainesville and An-

Dinner Honors Board UF commencement speakerthis tiqua, and Francisco De Sola,

1 Birthday Dinner afternoon. He will receivean San Salvador.Dr. .

and Mrs. Harra, who
i Complimenting members ofe entertain with a dinner this the board has met outside of honorary degree during arrived yesterday, are house-
Board of Trustees of Es- evening at 7 o'clock at thePresident's New York City. program. guests of Dr. and Mrs Reitz.

"( .ela Agricola Panamericana Residence.The Other trustees are: GeorgeP. Other wives accompan)in g
Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Dr.d Assisting in the arrange- Gardner Jr., Franklin their husbands to Gainesvilleare
d42x'agv 4y l.y &- yob _Mrs. J.. Wayne Reitz will school trustees are ments for the meeting is Dr. Moore, John Weeks, all of Mrs. Moe and Mrs. Moore.
::1:1If s their annual Albert Muller, director of the J. R. 1 cheon for
holding spring Boston; Kimberly, Nee- Tomorrow, a u n
I "club which elected officers meeting at the University of school, and a former mem- nab, Wis.; Stacey May, Henry the board and former studentsof
i: v1IA ; Florida this week the ber of the UF faculty. Charles Honduran school
? ,very week. She remembersan at in- Allen Moe, Stillman, the now
introduction as "a memberof vitation of President Reitz, Board members here include all of New York; Jorge Me- attending the university will

;{, a b Iti' 4gb everything but the Ku Klux who is a member of the Dr. J. George Harrar, jia, Bogota, Colombia; G a 10 be given at the Student Serv-

Klan." board. This is the first time president of the Rockefelle r Plaza, Quito Ecuador; Wilson ice Center.
J -*
I.1I, g< g ? Accomplishments Many 11 r. .

j jI I yx Her list of activities include II

founder and first president -
I q/ co I
I ( Z f of the Business and Professional -

y Women's Club; pres-

ident of the Philharmonic Society

sponsor of the J u n ior
Welfare League, chairman 521 N.W. 31th STREET

Block Plan for World WarII I Mon., Tues., Wed. noon
and a member of the
STORE HOURS: Mon. thru Thurs. 8 'til 8; Fri. 8 a.m. 'til 9
Gainesville Inter racial Com
1 p.m.; Sat. 8 a.m. 'til 7 p.m.

During World War I, she I
vtas chairman of the American '

Red Cross extension com- I SMOKED III!

and home service
mittee (4.6( Lbs. Avg.) I!
In celebration of her eightieth birthdday April 15, members of the St. Pat chairman for both World Wars
'II rick's Women's Club sponsored a testimonial dinner honoring Mrs. J. H. Palmer for the Red Cross. .

at the University Inn. Seated at the speakers' table with Mrs. Palmer were She has served as presidentof # SMALL I I

left to right, Dr. U. S. Gordon,, Mr. Palmer, and The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Patrick the Florida Federation of I

E. Nolan of Jacksonville, speaker for the dinner. Father Thomas Gross, standing Women's Clubs, editor of the -- ..l I i

served as master of ceremonies. FFWC official publication,
member of the State Welfare !
Honoring Mrs. J. H. Palmer Rev. Joseph P. Hurley, Arch- Mrs. J. C. McCrawof Gunt- Board as well as a memberof PICNICS,

who celebrated her eightieth bishop of St. Augustine. ersville, Ala., Mrs. Thomas the District Board.In .

birthday Wednesday, Music for the dinner was Fuller of Washington, D. C., her church, she has been I II
members of the St. Patrick's. given by Mrs. Anna Lupkie- her four grand nephews, John president of St. Patrick's Al- I,I'

Women's Club were hostessesfor wicz, soloist, and Mrs. Elwood McCraw of Orlando, Thomas, tar Society, president of the "

a testimonial dinner at the Keister, pianist. James and John Feiber of St. Augustine Diocesan t

University Inn. Gifts PresentedA Gainesville; Council of Catholic Women, ,

S Included among those attending silver charm bracelet and Also Mrs. E. M. F e i b er, and secretary and president of I

I were members of the medallions were presented to Mrs. J. H. Coyle, Mrs. Cy- the National Council of Catholic

honoree's family, membersof the honor guest in behalf of ril Sedding, Mrs. E. H. Oli- Women.

the parish t and -close the club by Mrs. F. W. Doug- ver, all of Jacksonville, a nd Mrs. Palmer, who says she
friends. las and Dr. U. S. Gordon, a Miss Idella Murphy of Talla- is "retired," has compiled a LB 11'1

long time friend presentedher hassee. family history, "The LaFontisee -
I a
The Rt. Rev. Patrick
i Msgr. an orchid corsage. Mrs. Palmer, the fo r mer Letters." She is now taking I ,
I E. Nolan of Jacksonville
I{ was Spring flowers were usedas Miss Caroline LaFontisee, a correspondence couse in ',I
E guest speaker. decorations with four daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis writing to assist her in writing q l

Father Thomas Gross mas- birthday cakes centering the LaFontisee, is known the history of St. Patrick's (LIMIT: One with your $3, or More, Food Order Please) Iii,lI I:
ter of ceremonies for the din- smaller dinner tables. throughout the state as "Aunt Church. ..I

ner, read a cablegram sent Mrs. Palmer cut and serv- Carrie." Her social, civic, and Today, her four nieces have

t to Mrs. Palmer from Rome by ed a large birthday cake at church activities include a planned a tea in her honor at "PILLSBURY" "INDEPENDENCE"REFRIGERATED

t His Eminence Amleto Giovanni the close of the dinner. long list of honors includinga the Gainesville Woman's Club,

n Cardinal Cocognani, Among those attending the papal decoration, Pro Ec- which she served as presidentwhen

i Secretary of State of the Vat affair were Father Neal Sager clasia, in 1946.A it was incorporated as I

ican. of Ormond Beach; Father friend lovingly quipped: the Twentieth Century Club. SAFETY

p i This cablegram, a Papal Jean Marie Pageau of "Aunt Carrie's been in everything More than 450 invitations

Blessing conveying greetingsof Gainesville j ; the honoree'sfour but the circus." She have been extended by the

Pope Paul VI, was obtainedby nieces, Miss Louise has always loved club work hostesses for friends to call

His Grace, The Most Kincaid, Mrs. J. B. Feiber, and as a youngster organized from 4 to 5 p.m. BISCUITS'MATCHES,


I :: II Garden Club Notes III IIIr ::1

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By GWEN BENZ Boulevard, South to the Duck Pond. Time of the tour will be C PKG. OF C

: The Presidents' Conference, District 5, will be April 24 at 2 p.m.-5 p.m. 8-0%. Lit

: Wiersdale. Each circle president and program chairman is The Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc., will .hold 10
c -
: expected to attend together with any other members who desire their annual convention May 11, 12, and 13, 1964, at Holly- can

: to go. wood Beach. Each circle of the Gainesville Garden Club,

: On May 9, the Region 12 Daylily Show will take placeat Inc., will have one voting delegate and an alternate. ; BOXES

the Gainesville High School Teaching Auditorium. Show Every garden club member is reminded that dues, pay- !!
: time will be from 2 to 5:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to at able at the April meeting, will become delinquent at the VW

: tend. May meeting.

: (Limit: 2 With Your $3. or More (Limit: 2 With Your $3. or More'
Sunday, May 10, brings us another Garden Tour
featuring EXECUTIVE BOARD: Garden Club Executive Board
Food Order Please)
Food Order Please)
1 : the "Spring Gardens" of Mrs. Sadi S. Koru, 1130 SW 9th members will convene for the April meeting tomorrowat

*L I Road, Mrs. Fred Borland, 2356 West University Avenue, and 9:30 a.m. in the Community Room of the Guaranty Fed- --

; : the Flowering Parkway NE Main and NE 10th Ave. East to eral Savings and Loan Building.nue. .
fresh and tender

{ : Circles will meet Thursday as ing are Mrs. Wilcox, Mrs. Mrs. D. A. Davis will PALM _J.IUI.. CHINESE FOOD :.
: follows: Gene Ritch and Mrs. Bill be co-hostess. A workshop -
I nn Palm Circle will
meet at
: Grizzell. "Experience is a Good Teach- "LA CHOY"
AMARYLLIS home of Mrs. R. H.
er" will be conducted by 5-cx. POLE
it : Mrs. John W. Sites will host CHRYSANTHEMUMApril Mrs. Lamar Hatcher. 4058 NW 12th Ave. at 9:30 a.m. SoySauce Btl.I 19c
After the business meeting,
: the Amaryllis Circle meetingat meeting of the Chrys- GLADIOLUSMrs. members will tour the Mun- "LA CHOY" CHOW MEIN
3 p.m. in her Idlewyld anthemum Circle will be at
son Daylily Gardens. Co-hos N. 303
k : home, 1819 SW 35th Avenue. V. H. Alday will hostess Noodles 17c
9:30: a.m. at the home of Mrs. tess for the meeting will be ,n
Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Earl Ralph Cellon. Co-hostesses are the Gladiolus Circle at
Mrs. Ronald Dalton.
: H. Killgore and Mrs. W. W. Mrs. John Neidert and Mrs. her home, 1125 SW 4th Ave- "LA CHOY"Bean BEANS

1 I : Walkup. Roy D. Cellon. nue, on Thursday at 10 a.m. GERANIUMGeranium Sprouts Nco3n03 15C
"Orchids and How to Grow Mrs. S. A. Webb will co-hos- Circle will meetat

: Them" will be the topic of a DAISY tess with Mrs. Alday.Dr. the home of Mrs. W. N. "LA CHOY" CHOP SUEY

: discussion led by Dr. ThomasJ. Daisy members will meetat Ann Bromley from Sun- Robinson, 2036 NW 9th Ave. l -
the home of Mrs. Irwin land will be the Vegetablesn03 31 <=
Sheehan. He is associate guest speaker. at 8 p.m. A program on "Flo-
t : horticulturist in the Depart- Robbins, 933 NW 36th Terrace. Her topic will be "Garden rida's Wealth in Wildness"will "LA CHOY" r
ment of Ornamental Horticulture Mrs. H. E. Bedell will be Therapy at Sunland." be given.

in the University of Florida co-hostess. HIBISCUS GLORIOSADr. Bamboo shoots 5-oz.Can 39c "
Following the business
Agricultural Experiment meeting, the "Daisy Circle Hibiscus Circle will enter- John. H. Davis, professor "LA CHOY" CHOP SUEY Ib.
Station. Dr. Sheehan's
major Flower Show" will be tain their husbands as guestsat of botany at the University No. 303
area of research interest Is sented. Arrangements pre-o f a supper at the home of of Florida'will speak on Meatless' . Can 35c"LA

4 p. concerned with orchids. He Mrs. Sam P. Goethe, at 7 p.m. the topic, "What Plants Giveto
"Fact and Fiction"will r
I has participated in World Orchid Co-hostesses will be Mrs. D. Man." Mrs. Davis will be
be in six classifications -
Congresses in Hawaii presented L. Emerson, Jr., Mrs. C. C. hostess at 9:45 No. 303
by the members. For a.m. meetingat Chicken . tLS C <
and London. Greene Jr., Mrs. W. H. Buck- thfiir home, 1729 NW 8th Can J
reservations contact
hannan and Mrs. Willard E. Avenue. The co-hostesses will
I AZALEA Mrs. John F. Andrews, Mrs.J. .
Stone. be Mrs. L. W. Mims and Mrs.
R. Inhs or Mrs. Harry
The April meeting of the Carter C. Osterbind.
I Prystowsky by April 20. Ar- JASMINE 50 EXTRA 50 EXTRA 50 EXTRA
Azalea Circle will be held at GOLD GOLD
must be Jasmine Circle will meet ROSE With This Coupon & 1
rangements placedby
1 3 at the home of Mrs. The Purchase of |With This Coupon & With This Coupon a
p.m. 1 p.m. April 22. Dues are Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Rose Circle will meet Thurs- The Purchase of The Purchase of
payable at this meeting for home of Mrs. William Evans, day at 3 p.m. rather than fora "FRISH"GROUND ORANGEDELIGHT I
Place. Mrs. C. S. Brooking
I membership. 2601 NW 16th Avenue. Mrs. coffee as scheduled in the i STAMPS ECLAIRS
and Miss Farra will
Kathryn Ralph Cellon Jr. will serveas yearbook Hostess is to be CHUCK 6-os. Cans I-os. pkg.
r be co-hostess. DOGWOODMrs. co-hostess. Mrs. Raymond Crist, 2238 NW I Ib. 79c 2 for 39c 49c

Frank Johnston, 326 First Avenue, with Mrs. Fal I '
BEGONIA Coupon Good at THRIFTWAY" Only, Coupon Good at THUIFTWAY Only
SW Third Avenue, will be LOTUS Johnson and Mrs. Donald I Coupon Thrv Good THRIFTWAY", APRIL 22 Only Thru WED.. APRIL 22 Thru WED, APRIL 32
Begonia Circle will meet at hostess to the Dogwood Cir- Mrs. R. K. Buckley will talk Morrison Sr. as assisting hos- !

: 9:30: ajn. at the home of Mrs. cle at 3 p.m. with Mrs. Travis on "Growing Roses' at the tesses. The program topic is 1 i

Hugh C. Simmons, Kincaid Loften assistant hostess. Mrs. Lotus Circle meeting to be "The Lore of Living Plants." HAGRA"Offering
held at the home of Mrs. H. :F Join the Bft'DD
Road. Assisting Mrs. Sim- Joseph T. Hudson will speakon Equipment !
J. Babers, Sr., 206 SE 1st Ave. |4 LAUNDRY
mons will be Mrs. W. T. Man- the topic, "A Line Ar- BY POPULAR to
A social half hour at 3 j
ley and Mrs. Ira Whitehurst. rangement. p.m. i
; : The program entitled will precede the meeting with i! REQUEST. STARCH SChOOl Churches GROUP PROJECT PLANClubs
DAYLILY Mrs. A. C. O'Neill and Mrs.
Helping Conserve our Na- FOR A LIMITED TIME. and Civic Organizations How Does Group Project Work?
.. Daylily Circle will meet at Floresa Stoutamire servingas
tural Resources will be 9:30 ajn. at the home of Mrs. hostesses with Mrs. Babers. WE ARE CONTINUING 12-OZ. PKG.What is the Group Project Plan? A point value is put on the equipment your
given by members of the Cir- Earl Powers Country Club THE PRE-SEASON A plan that enables you to earn equipment for group wants.
: cle. A short business meeting Estates. Mrs. Keith Austin MAGNOLIA SPECIAL OFFER your organization Gold Bond Stamps. How Do We Get a Project Started?

: will then follow. will Magnolia Circle will have 23,1 Wbo CaD Participate It's easy to start! Fill in all formation on tfse
be co-hostess. A
programon its annual picnic at the home I COLD WAVEI Any non-profit organization, such as Churchcoupon below. Mail it to address shown. Acf
"Poisonous Plants" will schools, etc.
: if ,
CAMELLIA immediately you mail this before the
of Mrs. J. C. Dickinson Jr.
be given by Mrs. Marvin i I What Can We Set With Group Project? deadline date of May 30 you will receive oMything
Camellia Circle will meet 1804 SW 35th Place (Bivens need bonus 500 starter points toward
Kokomoor. ; you from silverware to a school your project.
of Mrs. J. Arm) at 11:30. Cohostessesare i $150 bus.
home T.
at -
NW 32nd St. Murphreeand I
; Lsndrum, 421 "OCEAN SPRAY"
with Mrs. James Parker and Founders will meet at the Mrs. W. M. Pepper Jr. If

T. Williams home of Mrs. G. J.Schoessow, MY NAME. ..
Mrs. D. as as- MIMOSA
/ hostesses. The meeting 300 NW 34th Terrace at 2 p.m. HAIR CUT CranberryJUICE 500
sisting Mimosa Circle will meet at SHAMPOO hmRCCs
Assisting with Mrs. Schoes-
i will be an "X-change the home of Mrs. L X. Cheves, &, SET .
sow'will be Mrs. E. W. Garris ,
f' among X-perts," with each 3 SW 25th Street, at 7:30 p.m. art -3XUE.OROttlZATKHL _. _..:,__
}r member bringing some plant and Mrs. Louis J. Tatom. Af- Co-hostess will be Mrs. Ralph I I IEVES by Appointment COCKTAIL I
ter refreshments there
f : material to exchange. will bea Porter. )
discussion by the member
1 : CARNATION on horticulture. Final plans for the visit to I PHONE 3721575ASK JAR 49 PLEASE SEND US POINTS Mail to: Gold Bond's

i Mrs. Bright Taylor's Daylily ABOUT OUR SPECIAL QT. NEEDED FOR THIS ITEM, Group Project Hdqtrs.
Carnation Circle will 'meet GARDENIA Gardens in Ocala will be i PRICE ON HAIR CUTS
i Request worth 500 points if postmarked on or before Sot., May 30
this month at the home of Gardenia Circle will met. made. HOUSE of BEAUTY MIX WITH OTHER Limit one coupon for each new group, project. 3860 Kingswood Drive
; Mrs. Charles Wilcox, 2630 NW Thursday, April 23, at 9:30, Members are reminded that FRUIT JUICES!
11th Ave. The meeting is at at the home of Mrs. CharlesA. dues are to be paid at this 2300 N.W. 6th St. _at 23rd OCALA. FLA.

i : 8 p.m. Hostesses for the even- Black, 1852 NW 10th Ave- meeting. Blvd.


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I; Stewart-Smock Wedding HeldCORDOVA AOPi I Pre-Nuptial j Parties Fete Courtney West

S.C.Miss .
I Leila Jenel Smoak became Honors
the bride of John L. Stewart :
i i
Saturday in a double-ring 1H :
ceremony performed in the Sd
Ebenezer Baptist Church of SeniorsAlpha +

I l Cordova S. C. Rev. John _
Workman Touchberry, bro-
ther-in-law of the bride, officiated ;a'S $ Omicron Pi Alumnae
assisted by Rev. Eddie Club entertained witha

;I C. Hough. breakfast recently to hon-
i iL or graduating seniors of the
The bride is the daughter of
active chapter at the Univer-
Mr. and Mrs. v
Roger George F.x .
sity of Florida. The party
Smoak of Cordova and the
___ took place at the, University
bridegroom is the son of Mr. \J
I and Mrs. William Issac Stewart Inn.
: Diplomas, mortar boards,
of Roseburg, Oregon. / and the seal
I sorority were frA;
Wedding music was provided N: f ; r m used as a centerpiece.The .
by Mrs. Carl Culler, : y new officers for the Alumni .
organist, and Miss Jeanette yqrA + Club are Miss S h i rley

.Garrick, soloist. LY 2v Kuehn president; Mrs. Mar-
I Given in marriage by her jorie MacKenzie vicepresident Mh7 S '
father, the bride wore a floor- ; Miss Rat Carroll, sec-
1 length gown of silk organza retary, and M:E. C. Deck, : : t :

fashioned with a chapel- ? 4 Syr treasurer. Those serving as --'A _:. ,....; .-. ;z _t: ..
length train. Her veil of illusion committee chairmen will be Pictured during a pre-nuptial luncheon honoring Miss Court- Miss Ann Lazonby. The party was given at the Gainesville
tl I was attached to a Mrs. R. L. Bowman, Mrs. J. ney West bride elect of Nath Culpepper Doughtie, stand- Golf and Country Club recently by Miss Jones and Mrs. J. I
crown of looped pearls and E. Blackburn, Mrs. J. Clux- Lance not shown in the
ing second from the left, were her mother, Mrs. Stanley L. Lazonby, picture.
I she carried a bouquet of an ton, Mrs. Richard Bowles, West, at far left, Miss Shirley Lazonby, Miss Elise Jones and
1I orchid, surrounded yb white Mrs. Tris McCall, Mrs. J. Pink roses and garden flow- liam George McCrea, Mr. and
carnations and rose buds. x Lee and Miss Priscilla West. To compliment Miss Court- chrysanthemums adorned the ers formed the deocration for Mrs. Walter Godwin, Mr. and

J Miss Linda Livingston of ney West, whose marriage to luncheon table where places the serving tables and Japanese Mrs. David Ward.
orchid "white The bride's book was kept Nath Culpepper Doughtie will were marked for the follow lanterns were used to Miss Ann Winsor, Miss Pris-
.. and Miss Jean Hodge of by Mrs. Glenn Rast and Mrs. light the garden. cilla West, Miss Jeanne
North Chrleston and Miss i r i Gynn Lee Rast. be an event of Saturday, sev- ing guests: Among the guests were the Grand, :Miss Carol Cox,

Loxye Thopson of Orange. ; ; :g: The bride chose a light eral bridal courtesies were The honoree, her mother, honored couple, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ann Parrish, Fleming
burg, cousins; of the bride, blue and white cotton knit
; extended last week. Mrs. Gary Martin, Mrs. Stanley L. West parents of Montgomery, David Beard,
h L were bridesmaids. MRS. JOHN L. STEWART outfit with black accessories, James McClamroch, Mrs. A. the bridetobe; Dr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lang, Vince Martin,
Mrs. J. Malcolm
All attendants blue orchid for Alday
wore and an corsage,
Charles Rosenfelt and John
E. Mrs. John A. Mur- David Stryker, Mr. and Mrs.
I peau.:de: sole sheaths with er Smoak Jr., brother of the A reception was given by her traveling outfit. her daughter, Mrs. Willi a m Harp,
Mrs. Wilse B. Webb Tom Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Duss.
I overskirts, matching head bride, Michael Dempsy and the bride's parents at the The newlyweds will honey- George McCrea, entertainedwith phree, I
Mrs. Lewis Blalock Mrs.
pieces and carried a basket- Melvyn Nachman were ush church social hall. moon in Oregon and return to a luncheon at the Holi- ,
Il shaped bouquets of mixed Miss Pernetta Smoak aunt make their home in Atlanta, day Inn Wednesday afternoon. Charles Harding Mrs. Robert Immediate
fioW ers.Little Miss Michelle of the bride introduced is West Mrs. William Doniganand '
spring rs. Reynolds where the bridegroom em- "" "" '"
I Honory bridesmaids were served as flower girl guests to the receiving line, ployed by Citizens and Southern The two hostesses presentedMiss Mis Priscilla West.
L Miss Faye Gramling, cousin and Mark English, the ring Mrs. Walter Going of Colum National Bank. The bride- West with a gift of chinain Garden Party Given
;' of the bride, Miss Nancy Wet- bearer. bia was in charge of the reception groom was graduated from her chosen pattern and a
stone and Miss Colver Ann The bride's mother chose a and Mrs. E. C. Hodge, the University of Florida in corsage of white carnations.The Ealrier in the week, Mrs. HOME BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE CO.ennetfi .
Holman, and Miss Barbara blue lace dress over taffeta Mrs. Page Thompson, Mrs. the spring. The bride was bride elect's mother, Frazee Lockwood Belnap en-
Emde. with matching accessories.She Gilbert Smoak and Mrs. Cop- formerly employed by South Mrs. Stanley L. West, was given tertained with a garden partyat .
Laurence Stanley of Pensa- wore a white orchid cor ley Smoak assisted in the ern Bell Telephone Companyof a pink carnation corsage. her home honoring Miss
cola Fla. was best man. Rog. sage. courtesies. Gainesville. I Pink and white daisies and West and Mr. Doughtie.


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her plane's,weight-class, 2,204
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World-Flying: Wife Gets Welcome Home to 3,858 pounds. Ti1
The 5-foot, 105-pound pilot be-
i COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) It crushed toward a flag-draped nard Sensenbrenner made the friend of the Mocks.A gan the final stretch of her trip
.may have been just Saturday platform as state and city offi- proclamation formally designating representative from the from Tucson, Ariz., Friday
.everywhere else but in Columbus cials offered congratulations. A Jerrie Mock Day. Federal Aviation Agency an-!morning. She flew southward to e ., r-: .
I; it was Jerrie :Mock Day. I telegram from President Johnson Also on hand were Gov. nounced that a medal for exceptional -El Paso Tex., to pick up extra .'t.. :'....fJ'f' -
Mrs. Mock became Friday was read over the loud-;James A. Rhodes and Air Force service to aviationwill I mileage needed for the sanction- -.:
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,, night the first woman to fly solo speaker system. Mayor May: !Gen. Richard Lassiter, an old be presented to Mrs. Mock ing of around-the-world flight by -
when she goes to Washington.Her the Federacion
around the world. She landed Aeronautique
her single-engine Cessna at Port 1 Thinks Kids Aren't So Bad, official aviation recordsare I Internationale. She stopped at
i Columbus at 9:36: p.m., 29 days the women's speed record i Bowling Green, Ky., for fuel ;
after takeoff. She descended I SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (AP) would ,cost to put it back" in, I for around-the-world flight and:I and a candy bar before the final .F
All is not bad with today's will be glad to pay for it. HERE'S THE
i ,into a throng of well-wishers. the first globe-circling flight of''hop home.
youngsters, regardless of what I The note was signed "Ann"and :
her daughter Valerie,
; Holding
some oldsters !I listed her home address.
say. ,
and flanked husband, Russell I
4 by
I and sons Roger, 17, and Take, for instance, an experience -, When Williams talked to the NEED A BUILDING?
,r Gary, 16, Mrs. Mock found her-. by Ray Williams, plant girl's parents, he learned she '
I of a local laundry, to II had told her what she i :
manager parents
it self short of words to express WE WILL BUILD TO SUIT TENANT
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' Fox Named Wills Million

t! SEE by Officer AtSanland For Tree CareANN

ARBOR, Mich (AP) -

The City Council was stunned

: this week when told a spin-

tKe : Richard S. Fox Jr. has been ster left Ann Arbor about $1

i appointed assistant superintendent million to keep its trees in good

: at Sunland Training Center. shape.

The position is a new one, said
Mayor Cecil Creal said Eli*
COURT Of RECORD flye days. resisting arrest. $25 or five and Michael Jay Sunland Superintendent R. C.
Civil Dispesifioits I days. and having an opened beer on ville. abeth Russell Dean had stipulated

I Judge Ira Carter,April 17 I the street. $10 or five days Ira Jesse Patricia ANt Young. Philips who announced Fox's that the was to fox
1 The FR Corp. v. Hooper-Mozert Corp, Newman. 20, 134 NW 10th SU blocking and Luis Anthony money go
9321.97 V U interest and $4 costs. traffic. $5 or two days; Charles W. K. ville : appointment.Fox "perpetual care and maintenance -
f Theta Oil Fraternity v. Frank Col ley. 20 Route Box 125.
four. noisey Sheila Marie Tucker has been Director of Cottage
bert Hollywood. S2S6J3 plus $4 costs. mufflers. 85 or two days; and Arlene and David Baldwin replacement and planting
f. Theta Chi Fraternity v. Douglas Joy Brody. 21. SaSs Rawlings Hall failIng ville. Life at Sunland since 1959. of trees
F oote. Pensacola, S22.90 plus $4 cost to report an accident $25 or 10. Ulrike Ida Breitkopf. He holds the bachelor's on city-owned prop'erty.
Theta Chi Fraternity v. charI8chroede : "
and Chester William .
20 SE tth St., $3U1 plus $4 ays.Estreated the bonds of Bohdan R.! Winter Park. biology and a master's degree -
costs. echay. 38. lOll NW 25th Ter- William I Cora Marie Walter Ann Arbor, 37 miles west ol
t Theta Chi Fraternity v. William Lewis Burchfield 34 3701 NW 13th SU and William Bekker in rehabilitation counseling
Cabbie, Winterhaven. JI748 plus $4 Raymond Michael Balmy 41. 207 Boule-. Sarasota. Detroit, has 67,000 residents and
I from the of
costs.Robert yard, Dennis Ernest Currlngton. 52. 218 University Florida.
Vivian Louise Lawton.
L, Young d-b-a Daniels Service NW 35th SU and James Franklin lid and Paul Jones Griffin, He is presently working on is the site of the University ol
Station v. W. W. Hendrlcks Jr., Ingswortn 49, Starke. all driving while'
Mildred Kathleen Michigan.
Jacksonville Beach. 120.90 plus U costs.L I his doctor's
intoxicated 8150 and drivers license Yule and Jim degree in personnel
. R. Hodge d-b-a Nubbys Newberry. taken for three months;
.,.. Mrs. Mary Dell Crocker McDavid.c Donald Allen Bachman. 22. 914 SW I Gainesville.Eileen Muriel -I services.
-. Roy MeOavId Sr. 1334 E. University 7n Av... toiling to yield the right of ville and Robert A native of Kentucky, Fox Is Silverman's
Ave.. S44, Pius S4 costs.
ways S30; Inez Henderson. 24 824 NW I 22 Gainesville. -
George R. Grady d-b-a Grady Finance 3rd Ave- Robert Campbell Slaughter I Mimia Miles 48. a member of Sigma Phi Epsi.I Ladies' Sportswear
Company. High Springs. vs. Mel- 20 Trenton Vada Marie Beutka. 21.
IJott Obnotha 64, Newberry.Jain
lonease HawthorN. $U1.s1. and ion fraternity Phi Kappa Del
Taylor Alachua and Janes Dezso Aczel 39. Ann Browning. ,
J $ court costs. Colonial Manor Apartments all careless
Beach. and James Albert honorary education fraternity
Dr. John L. Mullen MOS NW IJtnSt. driving. $50; Hugo Hanna Colson. 57. Wauchula.
., vs. E. D. Farr Uesburg $205 and Route two. box 75. and Leroy Wiliiams.. Nancy Mae Bogart. 22. and the American Association -
I $4 costs. 59. 200 block of NW Tth Avenue both Terry Alan Moe 24.
Marion Finance Company Inc. vs., runk. $40; Ottis Herring 52. 425 E. Shirley Anne on Mental Deficiency.He .
. James Sinclair and Rachel Sinclair. University Ave. drunk and disorderly
Springs and John has served subcommittees
tot SE $tn Ave.. $547.65. 1154." Interest conduct. $30; Thomas Worm. 17. 10NE Jr., 26. High Springs.Kathleen on -
I and $20 costs. 1st AIt... careless driving. $30; Veilos Grable of the Southern Regional I
William Morris d-H F. and M. Serv Fannie Wilson Glover 64. 923 NW 5th David
ville and Otis
ice NW 8th Ave., vs. James Education Board in the
Center. 525 ve- and Frances Jeannette Brown. 21. Gainesville. area of
Moore, 1421 SE 23rd Place, $2447 andS 910 SW oth Aveboth failing to yield Divorces attendent res e arch training
costs. the right of way. $25* Lulda Sue Brockman v.
I Lester Jackson Route two. Box: 212. Thomas Eugene O'Dell Jr. 20 4017 man. projects.He .
vs. Lee Thompson Malabar $7 .50 and NW lithe St.. following too closely $25; Catherine H. Savage
$4 costs. William McHenry.: 30 1212 NE 3rd Ave. is a member of the Methodist -
1 Family Finance Service Inc.. Jacksonville Gregory Clark Speer 1*. 41* Trussler: age.Matalleen larkin
vs. Fred Bryant and Helen Hall, Walter Stein.. 19. 422 Trussler David William Ridge.
Bryant Hawthorne $417.60 and $h' 18.
Hall. and Richard Dale Sanders Joyce M. Fraser v.
costs. 404 Trussler Hall all disorderly con Jr.
Family Finance Service Inc. of uct. $25; Bessie 14. Grodon I
Gainesville, 204 SE 1st St. vs. Robert Donald! Theodore Ryce 20. 1125 SW
J King. 509 SW Ttti Ave.. S166.0 and $9 2nd Ave. Michael Norman Hunter 21. don.Betty Jean Perry v.
costs. 1499 SW 18th Place Johnnie Lee Simmons ISMinimum
Family Finance Service Inc. ot 21. 1027 NE 1st St. Robert Lee Perry. Divorce Dee... WageIMPORTANT
Gainesville vs. Willie Brown and Mattie :aifi 24. 1708 NE 17th Way. Henry Esther G. Cason
Brown. 1004 NE 22nd Ter.. (567.41 $71.30 Franklin Hollingsworth. 17, 2880 SE 15thve Dowtess v.
Troy v. Mary
I Interest and nl costs. William Fletcher Peacock. 47 111 TO
Betty M. v.
University Chevrolet vs. N. McAIIIvter. Route one. Box 117A. Michael David Bremer.
Brooker S74.85 and $4 costs. Oliver, 17, 3550 NW 34th Place Galen Charlotte Lucille FLORIDA?
' University Chevrolet vs. Johnny Red Lodge Peppel 53. 1917 NE 6th Ter- O. Underwood.
I dish. TO NE 24tt St.. $14873 and $4 Grady Vester Ford Jr. Route two. Box Other Suits : ,
costs. !9J. and Lavon Gaylord. 42 LaKe General Electric
Carlos M. Hope Electric Co. Inc. v. :Ity. all speeding $25. Hooper Mozert Corp.. I
Joe Moss d-b-a Dixie Mills Stores Vernon Schloss Jr.. 4U Keystone Graflex Inc. v. Hooper
$77.98 plus $4 costs.Carics eights Blrgitta S. Nechay. 26. 1010 oltectionEastman-
M. Hope Electric Co. Inc. v. NW 25th Ter. Gloris Mae Garvin. 37. Kodak Co.,
I Robie Young d-b-a Young Plumbing 419 NW 4th Ave. Joann Jones 44. 828 Mozert Corp.. collection.
I ceala. NW 8th Ave. and Robert Lee Edwards
Mot M. Monroe Jr. \
Carlos M. Hope Electric Co. Inc. v. 32 614 NW 2nd st. all drunk, $25 d-b-a Monroe Bros. v.
Wood Roofing and Sheet Metal Inc. John Vincent Courtney. 20. 425 SEth
suit on a promissory note.
$134.41 and $4 costs. Ave. Leonard Colson. 33. 711 SW Jim Hope Electrical IIIII
W. C. Wood d-b-a Mahaffey's Groceryv. 3rd Stand Roy Russell Watson II. 21, Brown and Y.
Walter J. Rollins 321 SW 3m Ave.. 13 Fraternity Row. all reckless drive promissory note.Mary I
$3771 and $4 costs. Ing. $25; Edith Harvey Pisano. 48. Rcute M. N. Hampton and '
four. Box 279A1. Improper passing.
I COURT OF RECORD $25 Douglas Allen Kenny. 22, 11 Fra- lones-Johnson Funeral
Edward Collins,
I Criminal Dispositions emily Row. Minna Allen Boyle 20.1226Vi \
out of auto accident.Seanle .
Judge Ira Carter April II NW 8th St.. Charles Randei Brauch : \
1 -Fined Donald Eugene Gilland. Hawthorne Daniel. 20 1320 NW 34th Road. Samuel -damages.Gus v.
falling to have his vehicle J. Flint Jr. 37. Fort Lauderdale A. Seldel v.
under control traffic school and $20 Jr. 21. 3848 SW \
Wesley Fristoe
Charles; I on and wife mortgage
court costs Carlln Leverna Goff. 1534 4tl St. running red light, $20; John- Southern Holding .
NW Sim St.. reckless driving traffic 17. 4023 SW 19th St. Loran Herman Latson mortgage I
school and $20 costs George Kenneth Hill. 56. 113 NE 18th St. and John S. A. Webb and It"Q
I Holloway. Ocala. Derry Brown Johnson oward Henderson 25. 2330 E. Univer-; Eugene Thomas and
3515 NW Tth Place. Samuel Lee slty Ave all careless driving. $25; Thomas mortgage 15 a/c7cim
I Jones. 521 NW 4th St. and Kate Marie Plarlous Pemonla Hall. 24. U21 SE Modern Home Finance
Robinson. 2424 SE IJth st. all driving hit St.. running a red light $20 Johnnie Holmes and Bertha :
without licenses: $20 court costs Lee Watts. 25. 1228 SE 4th puce: foreclosure.
Freddie Miller Jr.. 113 NW 18th Ave., Leroy Jordan. 23. 830 NW 3rd SU Rich- The easy grace of the middy silhouette

driving on the wrong side of the road arcl W. Mitch U 54. 615 NW SIlt Ave. Other Dee.... tucked top is enhancedby
probation traffic school and $20 court Coe Maynard 20. 1122 E. -
and Jean Mary Logan Irving v.
costs reckless panhellenic Drive all driving without Stuart and City of Knit of 100% Banlon nylon.
BEttY Myers McCulIy Waldo licenses. $20; Kenneth Herbert Ris- misted. '
d r I v I ng $20 costs and traffic Inger. 54 3008 SE 18th Ave running a Softly pleated with contrast

school! Albert Donal vehicle Roberts.under Brooker.eon- red 11gM. $15' 288-17 HEAR AND SEE trim. Solid truaks. Pink!dark
failing to have his Paul Maynard Hendrlck 23. BUILDING
trot $50 or 30 days Alice Adams$20 WiU :orry Village and Norma Framm Sym. April lt-17 rink, blue/dark blue, ye/
Pinehurst Park speeding. or st. both speeding. $15;
son. 30. 3420 NW 4th 8-16. $2LVILExclusively
five days Sam A. Clegg. Newberry, Christopher Earle Skeen. 23 1322 NW City BRAILEYODHAM seen.
using a boat without a life saving de 3rd Ave. Walter Eugene Barbour 25. Charles H. Denny. 60S Ourssdnant
vice. $20 or live days 2290 NE 8th Ave- and Thomas Lawrence 200.( remodel dwelling.
Charles A. Conover Route four. Box Miller 22. 3134: NW 21st st. turning left E. Flnley Cannon Jr..
385. using a boat without a life savIng gainst the arrow $10 Joseph willard Ave., $1,000, remodel
device. $20 or five days HerbertJ. Ahrens Ml, 24, 1103 NW 11th Ave. Thomas Hotel Inc. 615
!. Gaskins. Route four. Box 294. using obert Foster Meade. 20. 15 NW 26th 13.000 remodel business. I
a boat without a life saving device $20 St.. Charles Nelson McAlister. 23 2128 Eddie Pens 2001 SE I
or five days Kirk Hartley. WUliston. NE 3rd Ave. and Harry Edward WUd model dwelling. Candidate for U.S. Senate
using a boat without a life saving r23. 811 NW 40th AveIllegal mutf4. Hawes Powers 306 :!
Robert John p
device. $20 or five days. Lawrence Marshall
$10; Donald 500. raze dwelling. I
MacBeth. Altamonte. Springs speed- Jr. 17. 116 NW 20th Drive E u I a Whymon MyrlcK, 224A Channel 2 ,
Ing. $20 or five days James R. NickeiU6M CUMlngh.m Jenkins. 32. 653 NE 15th 600. addition to Free Parikng On
NE lot Ave. disorderly conduct. Ter- Thomas Edward Webb, 21, Walo C. F. Padgett. 4314 NW e
$35 or 15 days Roy S. Palmer. New- Robert Arnold Freyer. 22. 1106 repair dwelling.E. 5:306:00 p.m.Tonight 1st Federal Lot
berry, using a boat without a life saving NW 1st Place end William Russell L Perry 1325 NE y
I device. $20 or five days W.check R. urphy 20. 390 Thomas Hall ell making Install heating and air
Alvarez Jr.. Orlando worthless prohibited' O-turns $10; Denny Concrete
restitution and $20 or 30 days Laura T. Robert Edward Lee, 41. Jacksonflle.oward SU $Z30 construct Pol. Ad Pd. By 225 W. Unir. Ave.Silverman's .
to signal"
) Klr y. Dundee failure Bill Hamilton Jr. 18. 204 Brailey OdHam
124 SW th .
15 days Gibbs Marshall. John Fenton Barlow Jr20. County -
Road. druunk $20 or five days WU- I.. St-,.u..u.... M.II. Antonio VincenteTthenco ,
i 11-IIOU.1 .1 i. ntl'"_. ustna' vehicle without I rt: 21;"17-NW 17th St.. John Pentecostal Holiness e ,
I she months
the owners consent, proba"tlon Gaddy 19. Grove Park James ,4th Av*, church. $SOOQ.OIurdl .
4 Gabe
; Richard Lee Owens Plant City. Flanagan. 25. RoWe three. of God by '
I David
I worthless check restitution and $23 I Bolt 120. Victor LevI Phillips SO. 420 N i St. church. $ .000. i
costs. Claud Days. 27. 101* Mose Williams 2284
the bonds of Margaret E. I IDuntllmer. Main St. Percy
Estreated James Thomas Godwin I residence 1000. : e :
22nd .
Brooksvllle. running 1126 a SE I NE,.7. 1791 NE 23rd Boulevard. and Por- A. W. Fletcher 4321
sign $20; Robert Lee Byrd. Scott 52. Route four I residence, 24000.
fishing without a license $25 I let Conlus James Co..
2nd Ave. a red light. $10 each Brlce Pulpwood :
drlv. 185. running
Ga. Box I
L. D. Edmans. Thomasvllle Cleo SUggs. 31. Route two. :70th T err.. residence $ I
while license revoked. $200; Rich- George Albert Griffith. 19. Route Brk. Pulpwood Co.. I
I ird P. Graham. Ocala. driving[ without :Box 213. Ray 2308. and Katie Mae Willlama. Terr., residence. $6,500.
M. Height. LuC two Box
a license. $35 Douglas Alachoa. all Improper pass- Macoma Homes. Inc.. Ladies
Jessie Sap p I 39.
I $35
Robert Foster Meade. 20. 15 PI., residence. $20,000.
HugheTwilllston. fishing without M- 1 Ing. tins
Kenneth Whatley. Macoma Homes Inc.
a.Box wth
Doris Jerreil. Roue I HW Sportswear
cense $35 ICthSU lottls Adams Jr. PI. residence. $20,000.
; 70. fishing without a license. $25 78 2120 NW SE 33rd st. Van Quincy McCoy Ernest Cook. 4400 SW

Clarence D. Maxwell. Lowell. speeding 34. 1680 III 20. 1512 NW 7th Place Elmo ming pool, $1.500.lIiami. a r'.k
I $3.5 20. Archer. John Clarence
Mellody. Jacksonville Rowe Jr.. ;
Lawrence end Ralph John c
E the right of way. USI Smith. 29. Jacksonville.
to yield speed .
I Douglas S. Moore. CUtCh0QU. N.Y.. pacetti Jr.. 2Q High Sprints. \

Improper passing. 135 Azalea Merle Ing. $10; 22. '35 South
L 4151 Ave.. dlrlvlng Douglas Albin Z1egler.
H. Schw.1' 12. NW truck loading zone, i3/
violating drivers parking In a
while antoslcated. Edward Huohafc10th 2Q, 111 SW
lIcense retrlctons. US $Hi an intersection. -
Avebacking Jnte
Ore Lee St.Wlrt Dayton Ohao. Donald Devore J5 Hume
Indian $10
T. W.ters.
Ing. USI John Thomas.' 21. 3530
Beach. driving without a license. $35. Hall. Frank Joseph 54. MIAMI AP f
t tag. $353 W. D. Westmore-SW J4th Ave. Cllfto Grant Taylor nan. ( ) !

Improper land. Thonotesassa. speeding 301.U5, drivIng Henry -- Q NW NW 4th SU th Place.John Clarence Hortense Pra.ter Herald has
Route one. Box 26. 1210 ,
WIlson. Av.. and
tag 38. 1U7 NE 16th
license. S35. and no Farrls torney general's
without e BeCkUm 50. 22 W. UnIversity -
car. $33.Ordeed. Lindsey Levere signs, Earl Faircloth of
on e caplas Issued for the at.I Av... aU ruMIng atop
) Holl1day, 16 NW 7thAve. $10, cumbent James
I rest of Johnny Lee Watf 25. 1m SE 4th
ContInued. .worthleU charges check.agat Herman Place. driving wittl only Moore one 22.headlight.225 SW was named to the : '
of a Lamar
AlI ,UI. possession $10. Johnnie WIllie when C
l. drivers license Joel Bruse 2nd Ave.. cutting a corner. $\0; Farris Bryant
fraudulent SW
drtv I n Parramore 34. 10.
Krieger. 9 Fraternity Row. Everette $101 Kenneth vin was appointed to
Mitchell; lanes Illegally.
revoked Arthur St.. Changing
while IICfJ\51 $647.Murphires .
personal McKeMa. 23. Court. I
,. .17 SE tilt GNge Place.H. detroyinIJ PefttL Merritt Is- francls Han. and Mary Katherine Supreme !
) property PanhelleMlC Drive.
land. removing 602 property SW 5th under St.. reckless lien both Crow.blocking 21. 113-driveways.E. $7.50, Robert The Herald in its {
J. S. 3haflflO' 41U: NW 5thSt.
Bernard EdwlrdNadea" Rowell Jr.. 21.
display of fire annll Roderlc u-tum. SSI tions said "in our
of prohibited
4546 NW 13th St. violation .. making a 5th '
19, 917 SW
E.rllne Watson RlctI4ntson. Anne Lynne Orum. Kynes rated a
right 0' ways of Miller. Jr.. 21. IsO
Route two.restrictions'Box 301 Beauford N. Av.Fletcher Hall Jimmy Malloy Rogers. the same gauge, 1

Barry.driven :Ml license SE 48th SU two counts ol 22.Lewis.m 25.NW 1701 14th 1 NW Ave.38th. Malcom Drive Daniel Gwaln rates a 'preferred-! :

worthlesS- checkLDismissed ch.rges against Lisa L.14M Futch Laird. 2S,Pitch 2S23 Jr.NE. 51.Uth Johnson.osc.r Drive.. ON PAGE 4-B THIS PAPER
Place. driving Hamilton

without Cluxton.. a d riving license SW Itth without Walter a M. license Ennis.Meirosi. James lit Ave.EcIWOftd. Frank ttasse"Alex ipperer 25. 1433 17.SE 25% OFF FURNITURE MFR'S SAMPLE HOUSENEW

ellnrI I st.. Eve t y n Haworth ON
Jacksonville. 13th
Samuel D. Lipman ; 4434 NW Paul SIdney EI.lIett. WIWSTON RD. AT OCALA HIGHWAY :
W. and
i uta license I James Hood, S6. Inglis.
wit"I 0 '
Pi Ing MlcanoPY driving without a Icenees 21. 106C1 SW 11th $t.. aU parking -- --- -- -
'( Moyles.Steven C. Barnctollar. Meredith. in truck loading zones. SS. of Annese& MATTRESSESFROM I 1'
sentences 'SERTA
license DanIel -
withoUt a
I H. H.t driving withoUt a 23. 277.2 corry

he boat F.saving Jones.without devices using a Bruce life a boat saving Payne device using Bowdoin light $7.50 or i PRICES SHOWN IN ADV. YES ONLY GOD

: a and M. D. Stevens. using a boat with- 117 NW 20th Ter. careless 1.1DIsmissed ON PAGE 4-B THIS PAPER

I out awe saying device. or- 10 days. cnarges agalmf, ......-.

CITY COURT William- Moytes. 20. MicanopY driving FURNITURE MFR'S SAMPLE HOUSE

Jodge W. W. Hampton April iiaPined wtttlOUt S l c n**. and Lawrence WH-. CAN MAKE A TREE!
Melford Hardy Wicker 4$. J31 tarn Mutln'20. BOX 1391$. parting .

SE nrcI St. driving" while license, re- of C ICOOW parking mne. I
10 day and $25 or W addition-
OkeCI. Sammie Alexander. 21. WUIis- COURTHOUSE RECORDS but Florida Pest
cSlYU .
elWs drivers II. April ,
ton. wing' someone driving wIthoUt a license. Marriage Uctess $ cation, STILL .
cense. 15 days. GalneSVme. ; J r.-
10 doves bell Hope, VIrginia Lee OtIs. n. .
$2S or It.Gainesville. .
Stoutamlr ".. "
477aU SE Tm Place. driving wine In- and Robert Grable Control'sReputation -
60 din and drivers
loxlcated $150 or Gainesyule.
months Anne
license revoked for three Elizabeth\ \ Jr..
Frankie Bumpier 27. 1602 $E 12 and Billie Nugent- Nlmn\cht Ji": r .
conduct 30 days* txBradley. JackSOftvllle
disorderly 22. '
Piece Jade' : '
dlv Reynolds. V* !." ,1' }
50. 1004 SE 11th SU Madeline Irene
eac conduct. US or 12 days; EdgerCarroll sonvllle. afI4 Stanley paul Hess. 21. I FEW OF .., -
Df'derIY ;:
Tacker. 2$. 350S ., August ; : .I ,TREE ) ;'
ttWlth "Phv1l1S 23. Gainesvilla. ASSURES ( GUARANTEES
Ham BuccI. ,'. Ave.. Dorothy Dampier < ,
end James William Moyles. Mteanopy and Lou! Rover Jones. *, Gaines-1
ell speeding $20 or 10 days Kenneth and THESE 9ERVIOE
warren 18. 409* Hume Hj11- and( VMe."r ANt Kane. V. Gainesville. QUALITY
joe lnev
John Michael Stratton. 1$. HumHalU George John Unzmayer IIU 37. I -
reckless driving.. S20 or 10 1IIe.
both i 20. ****'. LOVELY !
days Lawrence William Martin. 20 Box BettY VIrgInIa TREE SURGERYUniformed
*. Arch-
13988. pottIng : motor scooter outside I and Thomas Patterson Blade. S
$3 or one day Rich-
lit. .
ant PetS Harvey. 45. Route two Box er.JKCluel1fIe 0"Qu122.. Ga1ltMYU1e.Paid SMART ASSEMBLAGE
400H4. drunk. $25 or 10 days; Paul HOMESCheck Trained Technicians
Grimmer Habel. 1$. 1933 NW 4th Ave.. i ,

making a prohibited U-tum $S or three ihis ready-assembled costume by

jays Lewis Thomas 40 WO NE JSth Ter. : these manyoutstanding 0 PRUNING & DEMOSSING

driving without a license. $30 22.or,1530 15 Town Set In black and white
days Michael Joseph
NW SSth Ter. careless driving. $15 or : S SPRAYING 6' FERTILIZING
three days Mitchell: Ladislous Twadowlcz. rayon/coiion/silk. It's entirely one piece
28. 1122 NE 20th Ave. speeding Factory-built 3 bedroom masonry
810 or two days Thomas Hath home. REMOVALS & TRANSPLANTING
way OeJIand 1$. 11 Fraternity Row. Advertising I kitchen cabinet with a three-piece effect
drunk and disorderly conduct. $15 or Jalousie windows & Paved street curb

I tile sills.Builtup. and gutter. BRACING & CABLING
roof outtidt City water and lights. (the effect on you Is delightful .

Are you for a Sheriff who I' storage. Termiteproofedasphalt ,
will get the job done? I Large 10,5 CO sq. ft. lot tile floors. Sizes 5-13 $22.98EXCLUSIVELY


ThenVOTE and SUPPORT Estimate": "No Obligation"

$60.02 month fj

I .4 BOB JORDAN MM -- 6' ASSOCIATES;, INC. Phone 376-2661 IS_ :

H. Wayne HIH-Broker _

Pull Lever 20A Carofyn Cardenhlre-AHOC.
24 NW 16th Ave.
Helen S. CrahamAssoc.Mary : 225 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.

On Voting Day (May 5)) B. Parrish-Assoc. I
Free BankLofI
4QCALcGMMW Parking on Huge 1st Fed.
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: 1CB Gainesville Sun Sunday, Aprilyf 164
i G. LutheranSets Week's Revival ServiceAt Never Before in This Hobby .

Oimsui11e inn '-" 3e'
Calvary Close Today

GroundBreaking ., .

RELIGIONSouthside Revival Services will come to sure, will not be confined mere- 7 ,

a close tonight at Calvary Bap- ly to this week's activities." i1 v _
tist Church. During the past 1 This morning, the choir will -

week the church has been led present Warren M. AngeU's arrangement
The Blessing of a churchsiteand by Rev. Carey E. Cox in special of B. B. McKinney's 1

a Ground Breaking Service services. hymn, "By the Way of the ,

will be con ducted t h is Cross." Randall Dampier, Min- a
Baptist Rev. William T. Crosby, a
morning by Gethsemane Luth- pas- ister of Music at Calvary, will 3ax
tor, said, "Our church will be
direct.A .
eran Church on their lots at
much stronger at the close of .
23rd Boulevard and 12th Ter- this revival than before. Rev. fully equipped nursery is
Youth Week Set
race.; Cox has brought messages of: available for the convenience of -.- .L/ .

strength and rev i val, I amWYATT those with children up to three t N/
''The congregation will form a old.
years _
processional at 10:45 a.m. at Southside Baptist Church, 516 Sunday. The youth of the church

the Metcalfe School Cafetoriumand SW Second Ter., is sponsoring will be in charge of all services.

proceed to the new church Youth Week, beginning today 9 Oswald'sWidow
site where the meditation will A youth revival team from the ). *
and con tin uing through nextWins ;
be given by the Rev. Carl A. Baptist Student Union of Stet- Ii4 a 1S' \ :.

Driscoll of Tampa, assistant to son University in Deland will g R In

the president of the F lor Ida Santa Fe be here for special services Friday .'

Synod. Saturday and Sunday of
Legal FightDALLAS
The pastor, Rev. Norman E. Training UnionCOlllpetition Youth Week. This team, a '

Kieffer, will turn over three speaker, a pianist and a song 3 Tex. (AP-Marina "S S : ___

spadefuls of earth, followed by leader, will hold services Fri' Oswald, with an estimated $60- 1

Pastor Driscoll; the building day and Sunday night at 7:30 I 000 in donations from the public
committee members, including and Sunday morning at 11. ,$
Miss Sandra Jones of North tied up in a manager-agent
Henry Hinkley, Edgar Gregory, There will be a special programof a.w d '
Central Baptist Church has won squabble, has filed a petition {v..
James Stanley, Albert Flag I visitation on Saturday morning -
asking an accounting of the
and Paul Thompson; the Church the Training Union Intermediate with a picnic Saturday aft-
Council, David Musgrave, I Sword Drill Contest of th e ernoon. There will be semi- money. Carl Peterson shows his coin collection to Gainesville Coin Club members:

James Poff, Robert Sommer B. Santa Fe Baptist Association.: nars, singing, preaching and fellowship Mrs. Oswald, widow of Lee John Weaver, Buddy Cox and Sharon Howell. Collections from several areas of

E. Dasher, T. C. Siebert Jr. and By winning this contest Miss! with the young peopleof Harvey Oswald, who was accused the state will be on display at the Utility Operations Center this afternoon at

Jacob Hipp; the Sunday school Jones has won the right to participate the church joining the Stet of assassinating President the Gainesville Coin Show and Auction.They're .

officials; Raymond Rummel, in the district elimination son team. John F. Kennedy, also asked
Mrs. J. E. Hipp, Mrs. N. E. to be held in Lake City on that two contracts she signed in -

Kieffer and Mrs. T. C. SiebertJr. May 1.The Southside Tonight the will take young charge people of all of early .December be declared Showing Their Money

.; the Lutheran ChurchWomen winner of the district will activities. They will teach all Rev. Wyatt void. _
Mrs. Robert Sommer, compete in the state finals at
classes in Training Union, and Objects of the petition filed
Mrs. John Schmertmann, Mrs. DeLand Summer Assembly in .The 'Collector's Item' Kind
conduct the
evening service. A
Friday are a 10-year personal
Thomas Maternick Mrs. David June. The winner of this con- To Fill
choir will Pulpit
youth provide special manager contract signed with
test receives an all
Wilson and Mrs. Harvey Nach- expense '
trieb; and the Luther League. paid trip to Ridgecrest Summer music. James H. Martin of Dallas anda Looking for a Key Lincoln, un board room of the Chamber of'comparing and showing off old

Dennis Sommer, Randall Flage, Assembly to participate in the On. Wednesday, Prayer AtlstMeth. lawyer-agent contract with circulated pieces, fractional currency Commerce. New members are I coins.
Christine Hunt and Charles convention wide finals. Meeting will be cqnducted by John M. Thorne of Grand Prai- .,or Indian heads? I invited to join and age is no As they say in the business, I

Musgrave. Ricky Craft and Mi- Miss Donna Whitney, also of I the young people,.and next Sunday The First'Methodist Church of rie, Tex. You can find them and qualification. Young and old I"This is one hobby that is worth!

chael Gregory will be the acoly North Central was first alter young church workers will Gainesville will have ministers The contracts were signed many alike enjoy the fascination of a mint, Mark.
guest others at the Coin Show and
nate. teach all School classes.
tes. Dec. 5 and Dec. 6 when Mrs.
filling the pulpit both today Auction at the Utility Opera-
Oswald was living in the Martin
and next Sunday while the tions Center this afternoon and
household. Under the terms
I Would Tear Down pastor, Rev. Thomas G. Mit- Martin receives 15 per cent ol, tonight from 1 to 8 p.m. Today In History I

Empty chell, ,is on two weeks duty in all the money Mrs. Oswald You may also be able to sell,

West at the makes from movies, books, articles -swap or buy small date
Key, as Chaplain pen- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I-by a naval gun crew attack
United States Naval Station. and public appearances. nies; two cent pieces, silver dollars -
Churches to Build Missions Thome receives 10 per cent. foreign and Confederate; Today Is Sunday, April 19, ing a German submarine near
Rev. Milton Wyatt executive the coast of Ireland.In .
Dist. Judge Owen Giles on pieces. As a special attractiona the 110th day of 1964. There are
secretary of the Board of Education -
of the F lor i da Conference Friday ordered Thorne, Martin' collection of ancient Chinese 256 days left in the year.Today's 1933, the United States
Uy RICHARD KASISCIIKE I churches in village communities Dr. Coggan also urged his of the Methodist Church, and Thorne's law partner Paul coins will also be on display. abandoned the gold standard.In .
half of which had moved Church to do more for the wel- highlight in history:
,, W. Leech to April 20 to
will speak at the 11 a.m. serve appear Numismatists coin collectors
,LEEDS, England (AP-Dr. or 1942 the Southwest
fare of ,
into the cities. students
foreign who
Donald of away ice today'using as his topic "We show why an accounting should if prefer, from several On this date in 1892, Charles
archbishop you
; should be spenton come here to study at univer command established
"The money not be made. was formally -
York, wants the Church of England sities. the People. Rev. Carl Hanks, areas of Florida will be on Duryea successfully operatedthe

to tear down some of its! the evangelizing,of on England the -, 'minister of the newly organized Giles was sitting for ,Judge hand for the event which is first practical gasoline automobile under Gen. Douglas Mac-
or, more
church buildings and use the overseas who are cryingout "Many of them come from I Methodist Church in northeast Dee Brown Walker in whose sponsored by the GainesvilleCoin in Springfield, Mass. Al- Arthur.
money for missionary and wel- Christian backgrounds and it is Gainesville, will ,speak on "My 162nd District Court the latter Club in observance of Na-
for the gospel."I though the auto was not invented Ten years ago ...U.N. dele-
fare work at home and abroad. that some villages up to us to see that they do not Library Shelves at today's 8:45 will be heard. tioal Coin Week.Amateurs -
I have noted back disillusioned and a.m. service.Dr. by any one person, Duryea gate Henry Cabot Lodge prom
Dr. said this could be paga-
Coggan have a parish priest and Mrs. Oswald also asked thata
done in many places, especially two or three churches, and a nized by what they see in our D. L. Scudder, head of trust fund and investment can avail them- considered the pioneer American ised that the United States
in of the cities and universities," he said. selves of free appraisal service experimenter. would resist all maneuvers by
some country villages congregation only large enoughto the Department of Religion at agreement involving $25,000 for'old coins and
where the churches are half' fill one of them. This repre- "We should also. guard these the University of Florida, will signed by Theme and Martin be currency. On this date Red China to get into the U.N.
There will be
empty because thebulk of the sents a shameful waste of man- students and our own children speak 'at. both the 8:45 a.m. dissolved, and,that personal be- a grand drawingfor
congregation,has moved' to the power and buildings. from evil. Men and women of and 11 a.m. services next Sun- longings including clothes, pic- a $5 gold piece and hourly' In 1775, the .battles of Lexington Five years ago ... Yugoslav

cities. "They should join together, good will should protest to local I day. Rev. W. H. Lewis, Ministerof tures, a manuscript and lettersbe drawings for silver dollars. : and Concord were fought, President Tito denounced the

"It is wholly wrong," Dr. pull down the buildings and bookshops against the sale of Visitation at First Methodist returned to her. Gainesville's Coin Club tracesits the: first of the American revo- Moscow campaign to get Yugoslavia

Coggan told a church congress move to the suburbs sending salacious literature. If the protests Church, will conduct the even- ancestry to 1956 when 13 lution.In back into the Soviet blot

here, "to spend money heatingand the money saved to Africa In- are ignored, these people ing worship services on both Brazil to CutCuba charter members met in the 1782, Holland*recognized "at any price."
maintaining up to five ,dia and the Philippines." should ban the shops. Sundays. Recreation Center. Just two the independence of the American -
One ... President
year ago
TiesRIO years later they 'were awardeda colonies.In .
John F. Kennedy said the steel
the National Coin
plaque by
1917, the first gun was companies had acted with some
Week Committee for
Church placing
Directory DE JANEIRO, BrazilAPBrazil's'new fired by the United States restraint in announcing selective
third in national coin
a display
( governmentis I against Germany in World War price increases.
expected to break off diplomatic contest. ,

GAINESVILLE CHURCHES Thurs. at 7 p.m., and Fri. at NW 5th A'..., services at 8:30 3146 NW 13th St., service at 11 relations with Cuba but I Club members admit they'renot ,I Are for a Sheriff who
Advent Churches 5 p.m. and 11 a.m.Gethsemane. continue its commercial and I you
Advent Christian Church, 617 r t>t Patrick's Church, 704 NE Lutheran a.m.Highlands Presbyterian Church -diplomatic ties with the Soviet as good at saving plaques j really can work with our

NE 1st St., services at 11 ajn.,1st St., masses at 6, 7:30, 9, Church, 1905 NE 12th St, service 1001 NE '16th Ave., servicesat Union and other Communist as they are holding- to mon > Youth?

and 7:30 p.m.Umbarger 10:30 ajn. and 12 noon. at 11 a.m.University 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.KanapahaPresbyterl. countries. ey. The plaque is missing. It
Memorial AdventChristian Lutheran was, entrusted to. one of the w Then -
Church Informed sources the,
regime -
ChristianFirst say .l.lz
19th St. at 45th Ave., Christian Church, SW 1826 W. Univ.. Ave., service at an Church, Archer Road past will let relations with Havana members for safekeeping, but ; E VOTE and SUPPORT
services at 11 a.m. and 7:30p.m. ; 11 ajn. Medical Center, service at 11 no one remembers who that
into a freeze before an-
2nd Ave. at 8th St., service at go
Club Pat
was. president
a.m. nouncing the break. Cuban person BOB JORDAN
Alliance Churches 11 a.m. Methodist Heckard would like to know if y

First Alliance, 11 a.m., wor Christian Scientist Centenary Methodist, 1400 Quakers Ambassador Raul'Roa Kouri anyone has any clues on the .N 2.
ship at Bishop Jr. High 1901 Christian Science Church 420 SE Hawthorne Road, servicesat Religious Society of Friends, left Brazil with his family and missing award. Pull Lever 20 A
Wesley Community Metho- 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 1921 NW 2nd Ave., service at personal belongings on April 2,
NE 9th St., 7:30 p.m. service at First Methodist, 419 NE 1st 11 a day after the,ouster of Presi- The club meets on the last On Voting Day (May 5))
637 SE 1st Ave. Church of Christ St. a.m.UnitarianUniversalist dent Joao Goulart. Thursday of each month in the (Pd. Adv.)
Baptist Church of Christ, 205 NW services at 8:45 and 11 !

First Baptist 425 W. Univ., 14th St., services at 11 a.m. and a.m. Fellowship at 5:30, ser Unitarian Universalist Fellowship -
ice at 7 1204 NW 10th Ave.
p.m. no. ,
Ave. services at 11 a.m. an I
dNortheast Church of Christ Faith Methodist Church, Howard Sunday school and services -,
_ Calvary p.m. Baptist Church, SE: 418 E. Univ, Ave., Bible study Bishop Jr. High Cafetor both at 11 ajn.AREA .

15th St., 'services at 11 a.mat 10 a.m., services at 11 a.m. ium, 1901 NE 9th St., serviceat CHURCHES
and 6 11 a.m.Trinity 75
and 7:30 p.m. p.m.Thirtyninth Methodist Church Assembly of God OVER SERVICES
Carol Estates Baptist Avenue Churchof First Assembly of God, Wal '
3536 NW 8th
Ave. services
_ Christ 1811 NW 39th Ave.,
Church, 1428 NE 20th Place,I do Road 'services at 11 a.m.
dist 826 NW 23rd
services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 I services at 9 a.m. and 6:Is:>> Blvd., services -and 7:30
at 11 ajn. and 7:30: p.m. p.m.

p.m.Old Fashioned Missionary p.University m. Avenue Church of Wesley Foundation and Uni-- Baptist be performed by a funeral director

Baptist Mission, at corner of, Christ 639 E. Univ. Ave., services versity Methodist Church, 1320 Archer Baptist Church, Archer may

NW 6th St and 34th Place, ser at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. W.and Univ.11 a.m.Ave., services at 8:45 services at 11 a. m. and 8 '- ., --

vices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Church Of Uoa pjn.

Eastside Baptist Church, 1501 l Church of God, Hawthorne Mormon Eliam Baptist Church, Mel-

E. Univ. Ave., services at 11 Road and Third Ave., servicesat Church of Jesus Christ of Latter rose, worship services at 11

a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Day Saints, 1220 SW 5th ajn and 7:30 pan. .
; ;
Faith Independent Baptist EpiscopalEpiscopal Ave., Sunday school, 1C am. First Baptist Church of Mic- .
services' at 11 and In addition to the funeral home, casket and professional -
Church, NW 31st Ave. at 7th I Center Chapel of Sacrament meeting, 6:30 pjn. anopy ajn. _
and I the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ. 7:30pjn.. '- -
Ter., services at 11 a.m. care,your funeral director arranges such necessary,
7:30 Ave., Holy Communion at 8 Williston Baptist Church ser .
p.m.Forest Park Baptist, 1624 I a.m., morning prayer at 11 First Church of the Nazarene -vices at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. t'' services as transportation, pallbearers, music flowers, '

a.m. First Sunday, Holy Com- 302 SE 1st Ave., servicesat MethodistAlac'n1a .
NW 5th Ave., services at 11:
a.m. and 7:45 p.m. munion at 11 a.m. 10:45 ajn. and .:30 pmTrinity Methodist, SE 1st 1> legal permits, government? matters many other

Ga'nesville Primitive Baptist Holy Trinity, 116 NE 1st St, Church of the Nazarene St., service at 11 a.m. details involved in ,a funeral. Thus, he relieves you of

Church, SW 34th St at Archer Holy Communion at 8 a.m. 926 NW 31st Ave., servicesat Melrose Methodist, services at .
11 a.m. and 7:30 every possible responsibility with one exception the
Road, service at 11 ajn. morning prayer at 9:30 and 11. p.m. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
North Central Baptist t: First Sunday Holy Communion University Ave. Church of the Orange Creek Methodist, US- -p" responsibility of selecting him.

Church 404 NW 14th Ave., services at 8, 9:30 and 11. Nazarene 3545 W. Univ.: Ave., 301 north of Hawthorne serviceat \ l, .

at 8:30 and 11 a.m., and I St Michael's, 2180 Milhopper services at 10:45 ajn. and 7:30 S:30 a.m.Newbeny.

7:30 p.m. Road Holy Communion at 8:3040th ,pjn. Methodist, servicesat L'Lc':/ "

Oak Hill Baptist, 800 NW I a.m.; family service at 9:30; NondenominationalWest 9:55 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. Our membership in the National Selected Morticians
Ave., services at 11 ajn. and I morning prayer at 11 ajn. on Side Christiai Church, Wffiiston Methodist Church -21 f ,? t- Y ,
7:30 pjn.Oak 1st and 3rd Sundays, Holy Com-eeting at Gainesville Little services at 11 ajn. and 8 pjn.STABILITY /,cn( international association,. of-funeral directors, assures -
Park Baptist Church,, munion on 2nd and 4th Sundays. Theatre, 4039 NW 16th Ave., :;.. -' '- :; '
service at 11 you prompt service end confjdentfil( counsel.' '
4610 Archer Rd., services at: Holiness a.m. :: j .

9:45 and It a.m. and 7:30 pjn. Eliam Pentecostal, SW Archer PresbyterianFirst I 11 )- "f

Parkview Baptist, 3403 NW13th Rd., services at 11 ajn. Presbyterian Church r -. L.-!. I e.

St., services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.University I 106 SW 3rd St, services at 11 1 ,l.y". -:,", .
and 7:45 pjn. Pentecostal Holiness a.m. and 8 p.m. I "
Pine Grove Baptist Church,, Church Odd Fellows tem! Grace Presbyterian Church, Paid Advertising n:
4200 NW 39th Ave., services at: pIe at 740 SE 2nd Ave., sere' i"S ({;lfiJ ll L S
11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn. ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 1 --..._..

Ridgeview Baptist Church Inter-denominational I SEEP crrUWJ.1"i
NW 19th St, services at 11 Gainesville Drive-In Church (
amand8p.m. Hawthorne Road, service at1 I ,

Westside Baptist Church 8:30 a.m. IN THE OFFICE OF _. FUNERAL HOME =
4039 Newberry Road, servicesat The Salvation Army, 232 SW' ,",
11 ajn. and 7:30 pan. 2nd Ave., services at 11 ajn TAX ASSESSORKEEP .- HAROLD
Catholic I and 7:30 P.m.Jehou's. A. JOHNSON .
St. 1733 J. PIERCESMITH i. '-
Augustine Chapel Witnesses "
-' ... iRegistered Funeral ,
W. Univ. Ave., Sunday masses, Kingdom HaH of Jehovah's \,. ,, ''" ,-' ", -,\ Director .
at 9:30 and 11 ajn. and 12 Witnesses, 1124 NE 3rd Ave"1! ".. '-.., I

noon, daily mass Mon. through service at 0:30 p.m.
Fit at 6:30 and 11:15a.m.. Sat I LutheranFirst 311 SOUTH MAIN STREET 'Rnrd f. t S61f.

at 9 ajn. Confession Tues. and Lutheran Church, 1801'i bra Aa..1 .. 'V ".. .... .. .

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Have You Reviewed Your Life Insurance Program Recently?

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: .' ; .: 35 Members In Our Local Association
t In cooperation with the State Association of Life Underwriters, the North :en rarFlorid Association -

s : .. of Life Underwriters, your local association: celebrating Life Insurance Education

Liberty National Life Week April 20th through April 26th. 1 .: '" Metropolitan Life

The Gainesville association follows the National,Association of Life Underwriter's guiding principles
Insurance Co. ,
!' : and code of ethics that are designed to guarantee. you, the client: Insurance Co.

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L G. Lee Div Mgr.

'!, 23 Members In Our Local Association A continuing program of education for the life underwriters, ,, aimed i at assisting him to ai3 J Elmer, Boerner, Consultant ,
YOU in the solution of YOUR family's Protection.throu9-h the,use of life insurance..


: A legislative program which exerts a powerful,and, worthwhile influence on national! state and
; Life &
Casualty Gulf Life Insurance Co.
t local legislation affecting'the'lHe insurance industry and YOU; the policy-holding public.

H. M. Harrell Mgr.
: Insurance Co. Fair for the of ,YOU ,
: competition privilege serving assured by qualification licensed 19 Members In Our Local Association

laws, statutes forbidding rebating, twisting and Association
Lee ,Frierson Mgr.
member's pledge rigidly adhere to the observance of,the highest standards of business -
C. J. Sheppard Sales Mgr.

G. S. Chajtain Sales Mgr. and professional conduct. ,

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Prudential Insurance Co. FLORIDA LIFE UNDERWRITERS ASSN. Mutual of New YorkI

Albritton.T. E., Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co. Lentr,F. K., Equitable Life Assurance Society : Raul L Reyes Life Underwriter
Of AmericaGus Allums A. J., Independent Life & Acc. Inc. Co. Lewis J. H., Life Jns. Co. of Georgia
Hartley R. L., Equitable Life Assurance Society Lett, J. R.. Gulf Life Ins. Co.
Madison D. G., Gulf Life (Ins. Co.
Ins. Co.
Bays, P. E., Gulf Life
Mathison. R. P., Peninsular Life Ins. Co.
McGriff Agent Ordinary Agency Beard Mrs. Carleta, Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co. Marlow
R. J., Independent Life,& Acc. Ins. Co.
Beckwith Roy Independent Life & Acc. Ins. Co. May D. S., Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co.
Bethel. E. A. Jr., Protective Life Ins. Co. May'W. T., Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co. United Insurance Co.
Bevis Hilory T., Liberty National Life Ins. Co. Mayhew, Neil Peninsular Life Ins.,Co. ,' .
\ Birkett. F. C., Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co. Mercer L B., Gulf Life Ins. Co. .
I Boerner, Elmer, Metropolitan Life Jns. Co. ., McElroy; :L. A., Liberty National Life Ins. Co. ?
Equitable Life Boulware B. F., Liberty National Life Ins. Co. .., McDonald. H. ;A., Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co. '' Of( America
Bramlett, Harley Prudential Ins. Co. McGriff,Gus, Prudential Jns. Co.
Brault L .R.., Gulf Life Ins.: Co. McLeod. H. A., Independent Life & Acc. Ins. Co. .
' Assurance SocietyR. Brinson J. W., Gulf Life Ins. Co. If McRae J. E., Life Ins. Co. of Georgia S D. M. Butler
Bryant, Lillian Independent Life & Ace. Co. Mikell, R. D., Life Ins. Co. of Georgia
Buickel G. E., Liberty National,Life Ins. Co. Mikell. V. E., Gulf Life Ins. Co.
Lee Montague Burns James F., College Life Ins. Co. Montague J. B., Equitable Life Assurance Soc.
I Butler D. M., United Ins. Co. of America Montague R. L.. Equitable Life Assurance Soc.
Jim Montague, C.LU. ,i Cain, Fitz Independent Ufa& Ace. Ins..Co. Newton, A. T., Liberty National Life Ins. Co. "
Cannon, C. G., Life Ins. Co. of Georgia Ogletree W. S., Liberty National Life Ins. Co.
Cannon R. L., Life Ins. Co. of Georgia .,'fCh4stain. Parrish, Mrs. F. M., Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co. New York Life
G. S., Life & Casualty Ins. Co. Pearce..A. V.. Peninsular Life Ins. Co. ,
t Chewing Independent Life & Ace. Ins., Co. Peck P. W.. Mutual of New York '
Clark, P. W., Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co. Pendle, W. A.,_Aetna Life Ins. Co.
New York Life Collins, Fleet M., Life Ins. Co. of Georgia Queen W. F., Metropolitan Life Jns. Co. Insurance Co.
Cooper, J. L, Northwestern Mutual Life Ins.' Co.: : Raulerson C. C., Liberty National Life (ns. Co.'
Cowart H. F., Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co. Reyes, R. L., Mutual Life ,Ins. Co. of N. Y.
; Insurance Co. Cribb A. L., Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co. Rhodes G. H., Peninsular Life Ins. Co. Joe L. SommesePeninsular
: Currie, T. S., Gulf Life Ins. Co. Richardson O. E., Peninsular Life Ins. Co.
Darlington, J. B., Gulf Life Ins .Co. Rivers, W.,,F.. Life Ins.Co. of Georgia
Chester R. Yates C.LU. Davis Bert, Gulf Life Ins. Co. Roberts, David; Liberty National Life Ins. Co. ,
.. DeWitt W. D., Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co. Roberts, D. P., Gulf Life Ins. Co. "
Duke ,B. J., interstate Life and Ace. Ins. Co. Roberts Ted, Liberty National Life Ins. Co.
Dulaney, Ralph Prudential Ins.Co. of America Ryan Mrs. Alpha Liberty National Life Ins. Co. .
I Edwards Elva Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co. Sanders Ken Peninsular Life Ins. Co. Life ;
'. Edwards, W. L, Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. Scarbrough E. M., Union Life Ins. Co. ,
:Life: f Insurance English. W. A., Independent Life & Acc. Ins. Co. Schofield Marion Life Ins. Co. of Georgia
Company Flakes W. E., Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co. Schofield Mervin Life Ins. Co. of Georgia '
Floyd, Chas.. Peninsular Life Ins. Co. ,I' Schofield,W. C., Life Ins. of Co.,Georgia ,: ; Insurance Co. :
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Fooshee, John Liberty National Life Ins. Co. \
Scott. V. L., Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co.
Of Georgia Fults J. D., Mercantile Security Ins. Co. Shadbum, J. R.. Life Jns. Co. of Georgia i
; Gamble R. A.. Independent Life & Acc. Ins. Co. Silcox,,V. D.. Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co. .- R. P. Mathison District Mgr.
Geiger Mrs. E. G., Independent Life & Aee. Jns. Co. Sirmons V. L, Liberty National Life Ins. Co.
9 Members In Our Local Association
I D. T. Sills, Manager Gilles W. H. Gulf Life Ins. Co. Smith, A. Q.. Gulf Life Ins. Co.
Ginn A. T., Independent Life & Acc. Ins. Co. Smith E. c., Liberty National Life Ins. Co. ,
\ 20 Members In.Our Local Association Glover, D. E., Independent Life Cr Ace. Ins. Co.; ,Smith H. E., Gulf Life Ins. Co.
Goltaer, R. H., Metropolitan Life Ins.Co. Smith, R. G., Gulf Life Ins. Co. "
i ; Greene, J. N., Life Ins. Co. of Georgia ; ,\ ,Smith,W. L, Gulf Life Ins. Co.
t Hogan J. M., Interstate Life Ins. Co. Sommese, J. L., New York Life Ins. Co. '
: :: Hand, W. H., Gulf Life Ins. Co. Stacey J. E., Prudential Life Ins. Co. College Life -
Harrell, H. M.. Gulf Life Ins. Co. Stanley, C. A.. Liberty National Life Ins. Co.
I : Aetna Life Harrington Miss G., Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co. Star/ W. F., Life Ins. Co. of Georgia.
Harrison. R. K., Peninsular Life Jns. Co. Stills D. T., Life Ins. Cc. of Georgia '
i Hanks. M. L, Liberty National'Life Ins. Co. Stoneman W. H., Interstate Life & Acc. Ins. Co. Insurance Co.
: Insurance Company Heath. Rufus Jr., Peninsular Life Ins. Co. Stotesbury, W. B.,Aetna Life Insurance Co.
; Hall John, Jefferson Standard Life Ins. Co. Strickland. C.J., Independent Life &Ace. Ins. Co.
Helxel, G. E., Franklin Life Ins. Co. Strickland W. L, Gulf Life Ins. Co. S "Serving College Men Exclusively"
Hendry R. S., Liberty National Life Ins. Co. Sullivan J,M., National
W. B. Shorty) Stotesbury, Jr. James F. Burns fir Associates
Hennessey. R. P.. Life Ins. Co. of GeorgiaHill Terry. W. J., Gulf Life Ins. Co. .
W. A. (Bill) Pendle D. E. Independent Lift & Ace. Ins. Co. Thomas, W.D.. Liberty National Life Ins. Co.
Hiltx J. R. B., Gulf Life Ins. Co. Titus B. C., Gulf Life |ns. Co.
Holliday Sam Uberty National Life Ins. Co. Valente, G. G., New York Life Ins. Co.
Hopkins C. F.. Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co. VonNyvenheim A. C., Gulf Life Ins. Co.
Hunsucker.T. W.. Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co. Waldorff M. M., Interstate Life & Acc. Ins. Co. Interstate Life
Jrby, L M., Gulf Life Ins. Co. Wade W. N., Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co. &
Franklin Life Jackson, Geo.. Life Ins. Co. of Georgia Ward C. S., Independent Life & Ace. Ins. Co.
Jackson J. W., Gulf Life Ins. Co. Waters, J. H., Liberty National Life Ins. Co.
Johnson J. E., Independent Life & Ace .Ins..Co. Weeks C. M., Life Ins. Co. of Georgia Accident
Insurance Co. Johnson, R. A., Interstate Life Ins. Co. White, R. L. Life Jns. Co. of Georgia Insurance Co.
: Johnson, Sandy, Southern Farm Bureau Cas. Ins.,Co. Whitehead J. H., Life & Casualty Ins. Co.
I Jones, F. D., Interstate Ins. Co Wiggins, D. V., College Life Ins. Co.
; Gerald E. Helsel Jones J. E., Liberty National Ins. Co. Willfard. J. I.. Independent Life &Ace. Ins. Co. M. M. Waldorff, Dist. Mgr.
Juwiak, W. J., Prudential Ins. Co. Watkins. J. W., Prudential.Life Ins. Co. 8 Members In Our Local Association
Dist. Mgr. Kilgore, Roger Metropolitan Ufa Ins. Co. { Yaggy, Jon L, National Life of Vermont-
LeBrec, J. A., College Life Ins. Co. '' Yates, C. R., New York Life Ins. Co.
I! ; Lee, L G., Liberty National Life Ins. Co. Zipperer, C. E., Liberty National Life Ins. Co.
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1st Vice Pres.-JAMES STACEY ; ASSOCIATION '. "' Sec.-Treas.-M. M. WALDROFF
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SHORT SLEEVED 44 GIRLS AND YOUNG NOW $4-$5-$6 3.99-14.99,
SPORT SHIRTS I Were 3.99-7.99 .......... NOW 150 MISSES', WOMEN'Sand
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20 LITTLE GIRLS HATS, 14.99-22.99
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When US' 301 was built, about 38 years ago, it was routed in back of the
: By-Pass Down-Town business district above, and made a 90-degree turn at the intersection shownat

_ right. That street will: soon be used as the, southbound lane of SR-24, the
4 bound lane of SR-24 will in front of the business district
will north run above, and
I { By SAM McGARVEY trict of Waldo once again
Sun Staff Writer I face on a main highway after a Waldo will face again main highway. .(Sun photos by Sam McGarvey).

it' lapse of 38 years.
WALDO It took 38 years,

but this town, which was shaker I Questions on the effects of the

't up when US Highway 301 was change, Mrs. C. C. Sparkm a n

; built along the back doors of its of Sparkman's Store said. izzidIiuxz
; business district, will soon front Santa Fe River/Suwannee River
J "It will make no difference.
along a main highway. ,
considered the
Before 1926, the main highway .
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street in front of store to be '
our .-
ran along Sparkman Street, the '
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one ,1 <
main street of town, which like Sunday, April; 19, 196C Gainesville Sun' 1CNewbei'ry
all.early railroad communities,, But Waldo City Councilman J. .

faced along the tracks. Pat Ogles by, of Donaldson

Then, for: reasons known only & Oglesby Supermarket, took a .'

; to the State Road Departmentand different view. He said, "I be-
( .best forgotten), US 301 was lieve it will help business. I Ex- Gilchrist4Her'Le'aves.UFTodayasTopEngineer
routed south along Kennarc think Waldo will make some

I the back doors of real progress now." Melon Fete .
the business section to a bottleneck t
,- sharp left turn andI Council chairman 0. L.

thence over the railroad tracks Crawford, too, is optimistic June 1920NEWBERRY : .

.Now. the, situation will be corrected about Waldo's future. .

I .in' the $1,200,604, US 30] Dates for the
"We've been down so long
Watermelon Festival
four-laning project stated 'several 1964 Newberry -
here he said "that the only
r weeks ago by the contras- have been set by a com

tor, W&M Construction Co. ofV way we can go is up. At one mittee of the lacal American By BUZZ MIXSON 4-H fat steer project- and ...--

Williston. time there were big hotels here, Legion Post. Sun Area Edidr a trip to the. National received ; ::;'; ;:i. .' .''' .;, '. .:
I' and the town boasted of an opera The committee, headed up by .Ji.'>.: " for the straightening 4-H "
construction house, a bank, a newspaperand Johnny Mack Brown, voted to A former outstanding Gil Congress in Chicago. > ( .I q
of US 301 ,:
#' of $320,193 railroad a number of other businesses. have the festival on June 19 and christ County 4-h Club memberand ....:Was president of the Gil.'j 1: : 4

11. I. plus a.:two. feeder! SR 24 overpass roads. ..Then the railroad moved its' 20, with more activities slated young farmer is graduatingwith christ County 4-H Council. x: .
A sauthbound'Iane"will-utiliz shops to Wildwood and we've for the first day. honors today from the -Was president of the Wilcox :?: : ; < 4: \
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never recovered from that blow. Dan ,Allen was named'general :- University of Florida. 4-H Club. j
Keraiard,.Street for one way "But now, with the four-lan manager of the festival.He He is J. W. (Billy) Miller Jr., .
traffic-to the curve just beyond ing of 301, and the re-location of said that he was trying to 23, of Trenton, who compiled a -Won county awards in field i /

:' the First' Baptist Church. the business district on a main arrange for kiddie rides as 3.4 honor point average in the crops, leadership and public .

From the point where it ends, highway, plus a number of mu- an added atraction to the festi- UF's upper division and was speaking. 4r
a::jiew'.no r tbbound lane, also nicipal improvements, I think val and that the remainder sixth in a class of 76 studentsin ,Showed the grand championsteer f5 fS

:one-way will ,be built to run we're ready to start moving." the events would be about the his major field. at the Suwannee River

i along Sparkman Street and feed The 301 contractor has 320 same as in previous yearsA The bachelor's degree Milleris Youth Fair in 1959.

'.' into the new US 301 a short distance -working 'days to complete the dance in honor of: the to receive is not in agriculture Most of Miller's college expenses -

: away. four laning and overpass proj- reigning watermelon queen is : as one would expect, but were paid with moneyhe

j : Thus, the main business dis- ects. So, for some time to come scheduled for the night of June in _electrical engineering.Later earned from his 4-H projects,

I\ the town will be torn up. 19, A festival highlight will be thing month, Miller will including his biggest money- S
the contest to select a newT'wat- be leaving for Washington, D. maker, watermelons.In .
4 Voter Lists But when all the jobs under ermelon queen. This will be on C., where he has a researchjob addition to excelling in 4-H

way now, including a new wat- the night of June 20. Tentatively in the Harry Diamond Lab work, Miller was the top student ems..

I I er system.are completed, a new scheduled is a baby pa- oratory of the Army Materiel -valedictorian in the 1959
Up in Union, town; will result. rade which was a popular hit I Command. He accepted this graduating class at Trenton -, ..

ast year. job after rejecting numerous High School.He : .
: '
1 As Crawford said last week, Other events will include a ,other offers which he started said he always liked math &

F BradfordIncreased "You won't know the new Wal- free melon cutting, a barbecue receiving last November. and physics and that is why he o:

1 do." supper, a big melon contest and I He owes all this, Miller will chose to go into engineering. "I
Increased enrollment for the and auction and a stage show. I tell you, to his 4-H Club work wanted to get into a field whereI

primary elections in both Brad- CubansEscapeIn Brown said that a complete and Jo the encouragement he could,apply math and physics
ford County and; Union Countyare program of events will be an- 'received from his 4-H leader, ."

:reported by the supervisorsof nounced later.High County Agent Leonard Cobb, Miller said his high school
registration. Freighter and his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. math teacher, Mrs. Johnnie
Bradford's Jeneva Flynn reports Springs W. Miller Sr. Johnson, gave him a lot of en- From 4-H to EngineeringBilly
5,486 registered or an 1 in- MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Three Cobb has since moved over couragement and help along

crease of 917 since last year. Of Cuban refugees said today they Open HouseHIGH to; Levy County as county agent, these lines. Miller, former outstanding Gilchrist County 4-H Club member, who receives -
\ the total, 5,441 are listed as escaped from their Communist and he has been replaced by During college, Miller con his BEE at the UF today, receives the congratulations of two of his:

j Democrats and of that number country by stowing away on a SPRINGS National Jim Yelvington, who, Miller' tinued to work on his father' former mentors, Gilchrist County Agent Jim Yelvington (left) and Levy Coun

,. 4,676 are white voters and 765 Greek freighter."We Library Week was celebratedhere said, also has offered him encouragement 200-acre farm near Trenton. ty Agent Leonard Cobb.
are Negro. A total of 45 are registered hope to return soon as last week at the High while attending While in college, he made the
as Republicans. part of an invasion force to liberate with an Open college.But dean's list every semester and .
Springs Library
I Union County's Beatrice Cour- the captive island, said in addition to the wordsof I was on the president's list twice.I

son lists a total of 2,353 registered Enrique Botano Fernandez,. 28, House.Hostesses for the occasion encouragement, Miller said He is a member of Sigma Tau GREAT DAY
I I to vote there', with 2,225 a chemical plant worker. committee of he received training and experience -and Tau Beta Phi honorary en- :
i white and 128 Negro voters. The three, all from Havana, were the library in 4-H Club work which gineering fraternities.
i The number of Negroes registered said they were put off the the Woman's Club, with Mrs. stood him in good stead in college Miller's specialty will be bio-
this year in Union shows "North Queen" when it reached. Elaine Puckett as chairman. Librarian and will do the same in medical engineering. He said 9 In The

J a sharp increase, as last year Chimbote, Peru. They remainedin Mrs. Gertrude Edwards later We"Farming, he hopes to do graduate workat Morning
there were only about 12 in the Peru 68 days, and arrived in also helped, with the arrange- and 4-H work is a the University of Maryland."I'm .

entire country. Miami Friday by plane. ments. good .background! for college," looking forward to a good ... By SAM McGARVEY

; Miller said. "It seems to help job 20 years from now," he said. Sun Staff Writer -.
mature you. It gives you confi- "By that time, at the rate they .j; .J "
Santa Fe Senior FFAers dence. ,It teaches you responsi- are turning out engineers, there I l l' II

", bility and how to work with and will be one for every job in By SAM McGARVEY administration, but what a fuss 'now, but it wasn't long ago thata

get along with other people." the country." Sun Staff Writer ensued when it proposed to number oi people there had a

Miller said that he would ad- County Agent Cobb, Miller's By way of introduction, the chase out the cows and horses! fuss over a resident who was

Sweep Subdistrict Contests vise all boys and girls, if they former mentor, said, "Billy was writer covers area news for the operating a cemetery marker
can, to take part in 4-H workas the most serious minded and,
around in ok matter of fact
Sun, piddling an Keystone JHeights has.a mystery<< -N.a ,
foundation for their worked
level headed I
a good boy ever the
V-W "Puddle Jumper, with furore. got so hot at one
ALACHUA -. HIGH SPRINGS holz Junior High and Dorothy High School was second, and later college work. with. I knew that with his attitude that is engaging some 'it
like elephant's that looked like the
his an
ears flapping
The-Santa Fe Senior Chapter, Dugger of Hawthorne High. Charles Dais of Santa Fe was He said 4-H work also taught toward work he would be members of the city government .
; and his eyes revolving search. Some time cemetery.Business: 'was a
Future Farmers of America, The subdistrict is composed of third. him another valuable lesson successful at anything he under- beacon fashion.To -in'a I boom.
won five. of seven events, including eight FFA chapters in Alachua First place in the quartet con "How to manage the little bit took." in airport ago an ordinance was passed .
: the sweetheart competition -I County. About 75-80 FFAers test was won by a GHS foursome of money I had." To which the modest Miller complete the self-portrait, which would allow the sale of *

in subdistrict contests at and their advisors took part in of Runnels, Tom Park.. Miller, during his four years replied, "There. are a lot of he's like the famous three monkeys "- beer on Sundays, but Jru: some I' ,Add to; *an this, the fact thatPMtoam.'Clay

f Santa.Te..High School Friday. the contests. er, Earl Standridge and Austin. of 4-H Cub membership: people smarter than me. I just in that he "sees no evil, manner the ordinance has disappeared -, ; Bradford, Union
TheTsweetheart contest was Other events won by the San- Kelley. -Was a state winner in the worked harder and longer." "hears no evil" and "speakj and a lot of eyebrowshave and Alachua County political

wonfOrtne' Santa Fe FFAers ta Fe Senior Chapter were Santa Fe Sr. Chapter was no evil" He claims no specia been raised, not to mention rallies. are keeping things stir-
in and Newberry virtues, though, for, in fact, hi a few pointed questions. red up, and you can see the
pretty seniorat harmonica playing, Johnny second quartet...
by I Bradford need glasses, his hearing countryside around here Is -
HospitalC anything
Santa Fe and the current Bembry; string band, Ricky third. : and whole *
is imperfect, a but
Newberry Watermelon Queen.'Ibe.J1ew' Surrency, Lendell Prevatt, Ed-i In parliamentary procedure,, mouthful of store teeth make Melrose is quieting down, now]I I
n : sub d i strict FFA ward Willis George Teel an d Newberry placed second and! that the school issue has been' *
ADMISSIONS a 11 i e E. Gainey, both of speech a matter ,of mush]
sweetheart::gave a_reading and Bobby Wilds; parliamentary Santa Fe Jr., third. settled, but an effort is under I'I No matter how many controversies
Merle Pack- Starke Jessie Edward Manning sounds.
April ;
performed:a jazz dance numberto procedure, Bud Riviere, G r i er George Green of Newberrywas way now to incorporate the are started out in the
ham, Robert Leon Thomas, Maxville. *
win her title over three other -Wells, Bill Shaw, Johnny second in public.speaking, town and before long no doubt I area now, there'll be means of
Geraldine Theresa Green, Vesta April 16 Janet Nichols Car- of explanationhe's ,
Haw Again, by way
Kenneth and and Kenneth Bristow of "
Emerson, Young
contestants.Glenda another debate will be steam!putting out the "fires, for prac-
.ter .
t Katherine[ Myrick, all of Starke; a transplanted Yankee<
David Fugate public speaking thorne placed third. Raiford.BIRTHS
Green representing ; ing there. tically every town now is
Doris Ann Widener, Campville ( New Jersey) who lives
the z ewberry chapter wasrunnerMip Grier Wells. Winners in the subdistrict contests from High Springs, too, is quiet,putting in a water system
t '_in-the sweetheart Pace Get z'en of Newberrywon win.compete in ..the.district Mary EsteUe Malloy, Waldo. April 9-Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,with his wife, Alice, on a 50-acn
; 10Wanda Faye McDaniel -Tomlinson, Raiford, a daughter, US-301 in north Bradford
j contest. Other contestants were the tractor driving contest; contests on May 1 in Jack- April farm[ on.
of Gainesvi lIe sonville. Robert Earl Terrell, Arlene Rhonda Darlene; Mr. and Mrs. County. Other dull details:
Barbara Kay .Kidwell of Buch- Mike Runnels Suwannee River Fair Ass'n
f I Ann Rowell, all of Starke; Beatrice -I Edward Nathan Green, Starke, will be mercifully delayed aj
Lilian Pendleton, Payne a son, William Edward II. your patience permits.

I Gap, Ky.; Angela Hope Star April 10 Mr. and Mrs. William Elects Beach as President

ling, Lawtey. Albert McDaniel, Starke, He will sound off in this col.

April 11- Gloria Marie Star twin sons, Terry Joseph and umn, free of, the restrictions oi; FANNIN SPRINGS Forrest I ert Lindsey, C. R. Colson and
ling, Susan Joan Silcox, Farris Gary Edward. the news stories, in a manner Jack Rowell from Gilchrist
-3 Rosier, Danielia Gloria Martin, April 12 Mr. and Mrs. Donald calculated to delight his immediate Beach of Trenton was elected 'I County; Willie G. Jones, War-

all of Starke; Gerta Faye Gibson Martin, Starke, a daughter; family and the few per. president of the Suwannee River ren Barber, Dell Carry and Tom

Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Albert sons who owe him money. Fair and Livestock Associa .Peter Chaires III, Dixie Com

April 12 Carolyn Potts, Lake Faircloth, Starke, a son, Albert tion at the annual meeting of'ty; John Yea r t y and Elliot
Butler Glenda Ann Faircloth, ,Glenn. that here.
; Ever heard of the people who Whitehurst, Levy County.
ti Esther K. Starling, Mearlie DISCHARGED Beach suceeds L. W. Drum-
; live in small townsbecause
choose to
The Suwaaaee River Youth
.. I Davis Osteen, all of Starke. April 9 Patsy Patricia Grif mond of Chiefland, who has
of the peace and quiet Fair will be held Oct. 2, with
Arti- on
I fis, Melissa Anhette Green. I
Patricia Duke, Haw for the
April 13- served as president past
found there? Actually,,
I usually entry day, Oct. 1. Dates set for
thorne Norman Jean Allen, mishael Weeks, Mildred V. 12
t' lot of the towns in years.
right now a the Suwannee River Beef Cattle
Cleone-Reagen, both of Starke; Hitchcock. Charles Hardee of Chieflandwas
this area are in an uproar, and. Show and Sale were Feb. 18 and
Nealie Lorraine Rich Keystone April 10 Minnie Rea Rhoden, named vice president, a nd
Williams Felton John R. Nash Jr., Elizabeth M. for a variety of reasons. Agent Leonard 19 of next year.
Iay I heights; Mary Levy County
: i" .I Lawtey. Pownall, Evelyn Newsoma W Cobb was elected to another A financial report showed tfee

If'. 3 ..' f' April t-Douglas Lucian Con .Hams and son John Blaine. Lake Butler, for instance, b i. term as secretary. ,Association had a balance of
ner Janice Mary Law son, April 11- Berthna M. Estes, seething over a proposed lay A board of directors also was $507.15.on hand.
-- Sweethearts All George J. Mahalko, DorothyLee I Graham Crews, Mary E. Mal- which would chase all the live named at the meeting Wednes-

Griffis, all of Starke; John loy, Jonathan D. Johnson, Moil stock out of town. The peoplE day at Chris Anderson's restaurant of
.. of tfce Statue
there accepted higher city taxes and dates for future shows The pedestal
Santa Fe High School second from left is the new Alachua Eugene Griffis, Raiford; Mar- Hinson. oeIM.
Kay Wright of stricter enforcement of tat. by the Association Liberty contains after
E. sponsored
12 James ,
Sub-district FFA sweetheart. She won her title Friday in competition with, from garet Louise Crawford, Hampton -. April laws bond issue foi r set.Directors. :put there by workmen wb 1'
Ann Rowell Farris Rosier fie a big were
Kidwell Buchholz Jr. High School Dugger, Hawthorne Mary Lee Crawford, Law Arlene In
left; Barbara Kay ; Dorothy Stella M. Tomlinson and water and sewer improvementand s include Beach, I they constructed the base
( High and Glenda Green, runner-up from Newberry High. (Sun photo. .
; tey.April S. Todd Rhonda Darlene. other changes made by tin Drummond and Hardee; Rob 1886. .
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Our Town By WILLIAM RUFF tem) history and descriptionof Sun's Prizeword
J.I II ( Dr. Ruff is Professor of the 23 ancient walled' cities; Puzzle Corner

Humanities at the Universityof "Retiring to the Caribbean" t _
'4 II i Florida.) ([Edson) a guide to the is- I __ -
By JEAN CARVER I lands for the tourist and ,set- Last Week's

--I Spring is the' time to travel, tler; '"Robert Frost in Russia" GAINESVILLE. SUN PRIZEWORO CONTEST RULES
There is a hauntingly brut all The affection for "Dixie" and 1. .Th4ttor the. correct solution to *"'Is'' Svnday PRIfEWORD PUZZLE
I and if are thinking of travel ([Reeveaccount of Frost'sjourney will be
but candid you $225. II no correct solution U received In this Sunday puzzle then $25
phrase in rattitytattat the red and gray rebel flag el, you ought to be planningyour to Russia in the Prize2cordExplanations in prize money will be added to next week's award making next week's prize $2SaT

. "Dixie? about looking i makes some outsiders wary. Re- .trip with the help of summer of 1962, written by his 2. If the winning entrant has been I home-delivered subscriber to The Sun
away. cently a U. S. Navy admiral tor the preceding 30 days, *n extra bonus of $100 will be added. If ,more ,Men
books. For example, if you actually -guide and interpreter; 'S h i n- one correct puzzle 'Is received from home-delivered subscribers, the bonus wttl
Lately there has been a spoke to a luncheon audience at mean togotoEurope ega's Village" (Sellassie) fictionalized be divided among them.
growing one of the civic clubs. In the 3.oIho,Sun,"WUI' pay at least *" each week for the correctly solved PRIZE.
rather diminishing tendency: this year, there are two kindsof memoir of an Ethio- u If more than one correct solution to a week's puzzle Is ncejyed. -
in some areas of the South to' course of his speech on the books which will be most pian village; "Ozona Country"i CLUES ACROSS: .red solution.. the prize. money will be divided equally among those submitting the cor-

instill a patriotism to "Dixie" strategic importance of Key helpful-one is the annual edi- ([Bosworth) story of a Texasoil ..
4. MAIN not rain. "In the Solve the clue a* would
] you any crossword
West as a naval base, he suddenly puzzle. Determine from each
;. and the Confederate flag that I tion of a travel guide, and the town; "Great AdventuresWith clue the word which you think best fits the clue definition. Clip out the punt
heard himself talking MAIN men can hardly be ex- or use a good., exact-size hand-drawn
tends to make the "Star second is the guide which will National Geographic" facsimile. Mechanical or otherwise wholesale -
Span- about the "-ted to enjoy work," whether reproductions will not be acceptable. This contest, Is based on skHL The
Union naval
great be useful for to of decision of the fudges shall be final
gled Banner" about as meaningful years come. outstanding explorations L':2 and all contestants taking part must
victories; in the Civil War. u happens to be "in the rain" agree to accept this decision IS I condition of entry. All entries become the
f as a think young Pepsi dit- Undoubtedly the most helpful National Georgraphic Societyover or not. property of the Gainesville Publishing( Company and none can !e returned.
t' ty. Glancing down at the Re bel and popular guide for Americans the past 75 years; "Afri- i So Anyone
except emploves of the Gainesville
Publishing Company and their
flag which flanked the Stars going abroad is Fielding's can Creeks I Have Been Up":i i families, may enter this contest.

'And the trend is uncomfortably and Stripes on the spec k e r's "Travel Guide to Europe." Tem- (Spencer) life in West Africa 6. ,DIPLOMAS not diplomat. 6. After you have fined In the puale' paste n on the back of a four-cent

., evident at some civic club podium, his ears still ringing ple Fielding knows what sort experienced by an American DIPLOMAS is more reasonable.: P.pOS'card.O. Box Mall VSn.niFljw. ; pOStofficA tit Prlzeword Pete. GalnesvlMe' Sun,
luncheons around town. from the lusty rebel yells of of hotels Americans like, what family. A "foreign" diplomat would ,DePArtment 57. Office 101 Florida SE 2nd or P"ceA"bring It to entries.the' Gainesville to be> eltalDle Sun for ClrcuI.tlon the-
Speakers' podiums are flank- his luncheon hosts singing "Dix- restaurants are likely to inter- BUSINESS AND SCIENCE I hardly be here if he didn't GOOD OLE PETE day must, be We received at the ,Gainesville Sun office not later than Wednes.

ed by the American and confed- ie" just before the meal, he has- est them, and what cities might "Abundance for WhatRies- speak at least fair English. THE SUN'S PUZZLEDPUZZLE I ,Entrte InctaLi ta vELrWP22lLfor be accepted.entries lost or delayed 'I" file maRs.I .

erate flags equally displayed tened to amend, "And I say be a bore. He is complete manessa'ys on the uses and Irti7JS2.e811! be no correspondence or telephone calls regarding the contest.
I side by side. this with all trepidation o u t of aware of the fact that a good abuses of abundance; "Science: 8. SHOWS not shoes. SHOWSis EDITOR may submit.not more than FIVE entries in each week's contest.

If you will observe the man- due respect for your loyalty to hotel in 1960 might have gone the "Glorious Enterainment" the most natural answer. It Circulation t. A copy of the GainesYllle Sun may be examined free of charge at the
ner in which flags are flown the alma mater." downhill since whereas a shab- (Barzun) essays on the need is a question of "certain shoesbeing" Fla.. during Department regular office of the hours.Galnesvn' Sun at IM SE 2nd Place' GllnesvUle.

you will notice that the State of I Early in this country's forma- by hotel of that year might i for man to reconcile the use of unsuitable for "danc-I No Winner t. Winners hif any, and! eared solutions tit this' Sunday's PRIZEWORD
Florida',flag is subordinate. tive years, Thomas Jefferson have new decorations and a scientific knowledge with human .ing. rather than of "dancing PUZZLE Sunday's Calnetv'irsu/ and a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLE published In next

There, is an audible differ- referred to the strength of unity -bright young manager. values; "Challenge to Afflu being inappropriate in certain

ence in the way these groups in his first inaugural addressin Fielding keeps up with all ence" (Myrdal) problems of shoes." Shops is remote. Prize ; Now ttron 10. The or erp other errors Sun reserves which mal'the r1Iht appear to correct 1D a 117 typographical
sing "Dixie" and "America," 1801: these changes, hence his needto the relative stagnation of American h ccanection with thla coateeL gay published

for example.; "If there be any among us put out a new edition each economy discussed by I 9. DRIVER not drives. '"His Worth
l It was somewhat startling who would wish to dissolve this year. He is not interested in he Swedish economist; "Rich DRIVER," yes; but "his" driving -' $325 Puzzle No. 14

not long ago to observe one avid union or to change its republican -people who want to travel on Man, Poor Man" (Miller)-the ; rather than "his drives," JII

"Dixie" warbler at a civic club I form, let them stand undis- five dollars a day; he likes the distribution of income in Am- which are merely the results of I The major league baseball Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard

energetically accompanying the turbed as monuments of the big familiar places (so long as erica revealed by U. S. cen- "his" driving. season opened this week. It's always

lusty shouts of his comrades by safety with which error of opin- they do not overcharge). His sus figures; "Beyond Tim e" a thrill as the ball sails I s

playing on his glass and plate ion may be tolerated where rea- advice on ships and planes is (Siffre) 63 days spent alone 11. SILK not milk. "Some- over the fence for a home run ASH

with his knife and spoon. son is left free to combat it." reliable, and his wife's descriptions by a scientist in an icy cavernin thing to be said" is an but, it's not nearly the, thrill of AT I ON LV

P And he! was. well past the Now, 1963 years later, it is of shopping in Europe is the French Alps. understatement as regardsmilk solving our Prizeword Puzzle.A _

kindergarten rhythm band age. often difficult to reflect on the enough to entice any stay-at- FICTION for which "there's" everything person sending us the correct N At1
s I Perhaps this is supra sensi- disunity of the Union with the home to leave by the next boat. "False Colours" (Heyer) a "to be said," -as it must solution to today's puzzle
widom and maturity of a Jeffer- Of course there are other an- Regency romance revolving be for ASES 9RA T S
tive.After "pure" health purposes. receive $225. And, that's not
watching the glittering nual guides of this Fodor around the mistaken identity of '
something to be said all. If that winner is eligible for GRl D S
prancing : majorettes from the son.Particularly while southern issues separate guides each twins; "The Deputy" (Hoch- for" !
clothing, for instance, of the bonus by being a regular
University Florida attempt to senators read 200 page"speeches" year to the countries of Europe. iirth) a play dealing with the "pure SILK." It's highly ap-subscriber: to the Sun he or she E i oS T 1 I
whip up:some enthusiasm froma to yawning colleague -They are chattier than Field- Christian conscience and the '
pealing. will receive additional
bereaved Florida Miami ./ in what has not yet been ing's, and the editors seem to persecution of the Jews under an $100 L
for total of In cool
a $325 cash.
football crowd last November by termed a filibuster on the civil be interested in many things 'Hitler; "Once Upon a Droshky" a i8 19
leading a "Dixie" tootling band ,rights bill at the same time beside food and transportation.The (Charyn) humorous story of 14. LOT not jot. In order to "be That 'would be a, thrilling prize S END ATR

across the field, it's hard to find 'Negroes are turned away from Blue Guides issued by the involved relationships of a eager to study" a "subject" for anyone to receive. 1ii

> much sense in the song at all. I church in St. Augustine. Muirhead are for readers who retired actor from the Yiddish one must "care a LOT about"it. VARYING DIFFICULTYYou E R

The President had been mur- Sometimes yau want to look want facts facts, about the theatre with a poet, musician, The clue is pointless for jot. 0 D A Sa4
dered. Yet the Dixie singers away. sights they are going to see. .and his own family; "The Sped Even if one has a mild inter can .claim this prize as

I were gaily asking everyone to I These guidebooks are like the Arrow" (Watkinson) suspense est in a "subject" (as oppposed, well as anyone. All you need do 0 T

look a w a y. Close your eyes 1 familiar Baedeker guides (which story of the kidnapping of a to "}1ot caring a jot" onn is is send us an entry that matches -
S j
maybe But ,look away, no. 1i i Nurses Shocked are being reissued with motor- small boy in Australia; "The "hardly eager to study" it. our predetermined solution. w.S .

But then there are other people ists in mind.) Night in Lisbon" (Remarque) Some of the clues are easy and

j who have been asking "why By BedMakingLONDON All the books I have mentioned Jove story in war-torn Europe; 21. REPORT not retort. "One's some are more difficult. Non 1964 BELL-McCLURE SYNDICATE

t I 'Dixie'?" AP British are for physical travelers. "Old Hickory" (Gerson) biographical peace of mind" is a fun:'-'nen- of them is impossible.The If you are not now a home-delivered sub
( )
I Here is one for all sorts of novel of Andrew Jackson tal condition due to all being answer I L I scriber and would like to have The Sun
C l IM THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL ALA.CIR nurses complained today that travelers: London Perceived by ; "Hand of Mary Constable" .well; this could well be "dis: to each of the started home-delivered, please check box. Extra Bonus for
CUIT COURT. IN making hospital beds is a shocking subscribers. See Rule No. 2Na.
CHUA COUNTY. STATE OF FLORICASENNaHANCERY. V. S. Pritchett. It is much too (Gallico) tale of suspense and turbed" by "a startling REPORT" clues is set

job. large to carry outside one'shome superpatural resolved by an in- i or public revelation. A! right now ....

Nearly every time they toucha and nobody would use vestigator of physical research i retort (defined as: "a eiuick. Your task is t
), f fi DEBORAH IN RE: Adoption SUE ALLEN.oft minor and sheet or pillow, they get a it to select a restaurant in London -"Checkpoint" (Thayer) novel sharp or witty reply") could match our so Street Number

PAMELA NOTICE KAY TO STEVENSON FILE WRITTEN minor. mild jolt from static electricity, I but for pleasurable read- based on the problems of West take a person aback tem"orar- I u tio n. It's '

DEFENSE nurse E.!!. Banfield said in a ing it is tops. Evelyn Hofer, German Allies and the dilem- ily, but there is no particularreason merely a case City
TO:STEVENSON GEORGE VERNON care of S n I v Ie y letter in, the Nursing Mirror."A who made the blackandwhiteand mas confronting diplomats in why it should affectone's of picking the State Phone

t4 You Groves art hereby Inc. Winter notified Haven that a suit Florida for bed from which we don't color illustrations, has a Berlin. overall "peace of mind." best' answer to Prizeword Pets

adoption your minor child. PAMELA actually get a shock is becom- good eye for old brick, flowers Resofi is not good. each of the Mail to Prizeword Contest .
Kay STEVENSON has been filed In the
above captioned court and you are required ing very rare,"'she wrote. I 'pubs with etched glass and Ex-TV Show clues. The Gainesville Sun P'

any. to to said file action your written or or before defenses,May if The Nursing Association, the the like, and Mr. Pritchett 24. APE not ace. "Seemingly You can use tany,method you Box: 57, Gainesville Fla. : ': : .

4, 19M and serve a copy upon JOSEPHE. nurse's labor union, said the one of England's admired ProdlucersGet risky," favors APE, since an wish to arrive at your solution,
JOHNSTON. JR. Attorney at Law.
29 South Brooksville Avenue. Brooks- trouble probably was due to short story writers tells us just ace takes genuinb calculated but here is a suggestion. Consider I CLUES ACROSS: ;
vllle, Florida. Failure to do so willt underwear by the enough about London's past and risks. the clues at time.List .
cause a Decree Pro Confesso to be entered nylon worn Veto .. one a 4.. Wanting more -, a boy might merely ,ask,mother for It.
,i against you. nurses. Midwife Hilda Griffiths, present to make us see it as I each word from the word .

Gainesville Dated this'Florida.J. 7th day. of April, 19"at quoted by the Nursing Mirror, one of the world's great cities. I WASHINGTON (AP) Two 25. MAN not. men. A" single list that could possibly fit that 6. When a politician asks for foreign aid, it's presumably be-
B. CARMICHAEL I More and travel booksare men involved in investigations .
I Clerk Circuit Court blamed plastic covers in which more "plumber" suits MAN better. clue. Then try! each word with cause of considerations.
By Emily Waterhouse hospital beds are wrapped when being published every year; of rigged television quiz shows For men, something like the clue statement. Carefully
Deputy Clerk there is even a club which sends have been denied a license renewal a consider each clue with each 8. These, in remote areas, can be difficult of access.
Court Seal
( ) not in use. plumbing contractor would
(324l)4:12..I. 261 5:3: out monthly guides. Why not, for a Holywood, Fla.,
i -- have been more to the point. possible answer. 9. It's not unreasonable to associate evangelists with religious
when there are so many inter- radio station they own.
26. MOPE
I not move. "Badly ones.
Are you for a full time ests to be satisfied. There is The Federal Communications in need" favors MOPE since

:even a book called How to Travel Commission Friday denied the "you might move" simply be- SEEK 'BEST SOLUTION' 11. To be so helpless that he, has. to be -, can hurt a man's

f Sheriff for Alachua County? I With Children (equipped, I application of Melody Music'Inc. cause "you" felt like "a Eliminate words until only pride.
with ). equally owned by Jack Barry
presume, sleeping pills "
change. one answer remains for each
c I Go abroad with the help of the and Daniel Enright, for renewalof 1 :13. Writer of verse.
: ThenVOTE clue. That should leave
SUPPORT books mentioned above then the license for WGMA. They you
16. two different
CLUES DOWN: with the best possible solution. vases close to each other, and you may
have the station since '
write guide. operated
your own It's worked for some of our find that they clash.
Other recommended book April 3,1957.Barry .
BOB JORDANPull "England: An UncommonGuide and Enright developedand 1. LIGHTING not fighting. fans, it might work for you.Be 17. When you -, a crouching attitude may be appropriate.

," by Lawrence and Syl- produced the TV programs LIGHTING makes a sound an- sure. you study the, clue
Lever 20 A via Martin; "The Compani 'Twenty one" and, "Tic-Tac, swer. But not actually "dra exactly as it is stated here. If .19. To await judgment.

On Voting Day ( May 5)) 'I Guide to the South of France," Dough," Broadcast over the Na- matic fighting throughout" the you change it, you change the 20. A that one person finds quite exciting may leave an-
meaning. Ypu can't get the cor- .
tional Broadcasting Co. with En- "movie is too ,
(Pd. Advl) by Archibald Lyall; "T urn surely. Sighting 'other cold.
( Right at the Fountain," by right as executive producer and vague. rect solution then.
-- George W. Oakes; "Paris: An Barry as master of ceremonies.The Get' your entries in. Remember :21. It's not unusual for an Interested person to have a preference

i Uncommon Guide," by Law- commission's 5-1 vote, 2. LOGS not dogs or hogs. our Tuesday PM postmark for one particular kind of -.

rence and Sylvia Martin; "How taken on April 15, but an- There is the "girth" of a per- deadline. Check the clues We'llwe'll and '.24.,Fish eggs,
read the rules
To Travel With Children," by nounced only Friday, reversedan son's waist, or that of LOGS carefully.

Leila Hadley; "Spain," by examiner's recommendation. which relates to their thickness. be ,waiting for your entries :25. At work, certain typists away almost unceasingly.. .

} Nikos Kazantzakis; "The Great I. Commissioner Robert E. Lee Dogs 'or hogs may be ,very fat, and looking ,for a winner. Best CLUES DOWN .

North Road, A Journey in His- dissented, and Commissioner. but are never referred to as wishes .to alLSolution :

tory," by Frank. Morley; "A Kenneth A. Cox took no part in "being of considerable girth" 1. They can certainly play havoc with men.

Your Small Boat to Bavaria," by Roger the vote.
:; guide Pilkington.S The FCC said the character 3. BAND not hand. The clue 2. Can be associated with tonnage of a certain kind.
e qualifications of a corporation r .
implies that these are "skilled"to 3. Be In need of. '
for November
must be determinedfrom
Among the new titles avail- some degree. BAND is more d
able at the library tomorroware the activities of its princi- apt, but "not every BAND, is 5. ,It should be easy enough for an actor to get some for a
the following pals, "and WGMA has failed to play.
: highly skilled, certainly
TneNewYorkTimesElection TRAVEL demonstrate that its principals "Not hand is" at all
"Hill Towns of Italy" (Notes- possess the requisition character "skilled.every" 7. In this sort of mood, a man Is apt. to say, things he doesn't

[RJ I Handbook qualifications to warrant a really mean.
of its for '
grant renewal -
i of station license." 5. INVESTORS not' inventors. 10. Either end of any axis. : -

1964 The decision gives Melody The clue word, successful 12. Makes up one's mind. .
more point for .
Music until June 20 to operate
?,eW', 192'page manual concisely and authoritatively WGMA in order to wind up its ,' since one can hardlybe 14. It may be essential that a vessel sail'on It.

"1r1tteli by.apolitical team of New York Times writers... I affairs. The owners ask for i it an inventor without success- G
1 may 15. Behind which there may well lie selfish feelings. .' ,
I fully
''tells, who's who in state politics..what's what in national Paid Advertising t reconsideration of the decision.j inventing something.

party conventions,..outlines positions of leading con 18. In a day or two, It may well be forgotten.. ;

tenders' In both major parties on war and peace, civil 16. STORE not stole or stone. baseball .
21. They're used in .
One particular STORE for the

rights taxes, other election issues. ; 'Q f :)AY TOO MUtH. general due phrase, "bent on 22. Frozen water.

"The New York Times Election Handbook"-in conven shoplifting." Why stole o{ stone, Last Weeks .

ient pocket-size paperback edition-is designed to help ,. ,,. : ''\'\ : i specifically, for this ratfifer pos- 23. Foot of a-cat or dog, perhaps. .

keep you on top of 1964 election developments with its :: il"YOU BuN" itive clue? They both shouldbe Puzzle political tables national election maps ., better qualified. FREE WORD LISTTHIS
handy convention scoring charts. Use this coupon today

to get your copy. 17. PRIM not grim. It is pos- LIST CONTAINS, AMONG OTHERS. THE
sible to look PRIM while smiling CORRECT ,WORDS FOR. THE PRIZE CROSSWORD
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I Box 57 Gainesville, Florida I T L 0anna BEAR lED RAVAGES TEARS
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the clue words "becauseof FEARS PAW SET VASES
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4C Gainesville Sun Sunday?April 19, 1964Lesson I

7r OMT 3KTCF PERSON AREttU&JH0 iwatgcn7t ?
>' 1 '?Wr au y'PUZZLE yR1 WOULD ENTER HER O&JNNO arntTA !


What's your problem For a general -

,. Learned! reply, writ to Aboy. Box 3365. '

Beverly Hill, Calif. 90212. and

L- include a self-addressed stamped en-
.n ..roao _,-
velope. Abby answers all mail.
Abigail Van Buren 8- II-tr s.ee1D

DEAR ABBY Over the five I have done so I tell that Is the other end but he TIME TO BUILDAGODDE5SOF I WILL COVER THE DRi1G WEEL SE FLOWN TO NEW ARK,V n
past years phone can someone on HER KEEP HER 511FF AJol USED ATTJ-tE WEt:$ NG.AF7ERTf4AT.OFCt7URSE."- N
many favors for my neighbor I can't count them. I have kept never says anything. He just ties up my line. Should I report -LOVE.'*' WITH AND C3t.IlEi; FOR ,SHE !
her children weekends while she went on trips with her hus this to the police, or to the telephone company? ORCHIDS vtl.ST ENOUGH WEB-RE.llVEAND n

, band. I've been a free taxi service for her because she had NOT LOOKING FOR TROUBLE 1a THENp

no car. I've given her at least a dozen home permanents, andI DEAR NOT LOOKING: The next time he calls, send some- f'r

have never asked her for one favor until yesterday. She one quickly to the neighbors and have them report it to both ,1
sews well I asked her if she would help me make some
so the telephone company and the police. If this can be done z
kitchen curtains. I thought she would be glad at the chanceto
while he is still on your line, the call can be traced.
repay'me for some of my favors. She said she would, for *
300 TRADING STAMPS went right out and bought some
DEAR ABBY: What makes a pastor think he can stand in
curtains. What do think of that?
you FLABBERGASTEDDEAR the pulpit and insult a member of his parish week after week, F

and get away with it?, I have sat there, fighting back the
FLABERGASTED: I think it was appropriately"curtains" hr
tears while he has aimed his remarks directly to me and to 1 Qm.4Is .
for your friendship. Next time you do a friend a
me alone. He has done mention
favor, don't assume it puts her in your debt, and you won't everything except my --- ---- --- -
be flabbergasted. name. I am getting tired of this. What do you suggest?

I DEAR ABBY: For the past two weeks a man has been calling DEAR INSULTED: There is an old saying, "If the shoe fits SHERIFF iA'T"' HOW'IE WUZ.E4 a IN A HOKN'HOLIINTHREE E VE LAID MUST UP WIFA BE

my home. As soon as he hears my voice, he starts witha -wear it."- Too many shoes fit. Perhaps you should do a lit == WHAT ARE VE D iN' SNUFFY ,:: SOLID BROKE "=

string of filthy questions. I hang up on him. Now when my tle "soul-searching." IN THIS NECK OF DAYS LAIGTHEV

9:00 O Burke's Law. O Bachelor Father

cT Mystery CD Romper Room 00
O D Bonanza O People Are Funny r 4 l
a (Comedy) "The Companeros. CD Jack La Lanne /

e ." Will Cartwright's 9:55 CD Sen. Spessard Holland: u
old friend Mateo wants 10:00 O Say When IliSr r
him to return to Mexicoto O News lAss

support President Juarez CD Waldo Norris

fl} who is in danger of, 10:25 Q CD News Zr.1)

being overthrown. Will: 10:30 O CD Word For Word

Guy Williams. Ben: Lome O I Love Lucy

Greene. 11:00 O CD ConcentrationO THERE SEEMS HAVE NEWS HAT 00 TKEY MEAt1NEW5r.SKS
10:00. Q D Da Pont Show Price Is Right LrrrtE ROOM FOR US AT THE TRACY.Q

SUNDAY MORNING "Parachute Battalion." (Color) Art Carney in "A O Physical Education YES, FOR'DOUBT: OeSERVATCRV.t11.'tR(10ttER1 e

7:00 CD Living Words 4:30 O,To Be Announced Day like Today. 11:30 Q CD Missing Links t 5FE f cAU.

7:05 O Religion Is Relevant 5:00 O Topic page A19. Cl Pete And Gladys ? DIET

7:30 CD Gospel Caravan CE> Ozzie And HarrietO O Candid Camera O Elementary Science 15M1 *. 0
8:30 Gospel Songs Sports Spectacular 10:30 O What's My Line 12:00 O CD First Impressioncolor n'T .

8:35 O Sen. G. Smathers : Atlanta 500 11:00 O News ( ) .1..J rV
8:40 O Lippy The Lion 5:30 O Jacksonville Forum. O News O Love Of Life
9:00 O You Are There O CD GE College Bowl CD News O High School Chemistry

a Showcase -Ken Knight 6:00 O Twentieth Century 11:15. O Movie 12:25 O News. ttt I Ia7SMm
9:30 O Children's Hour Meet the Press Pandora and the Flying 12:30 O CD Truth or Jll o sPAe w eRU

O Gospel Songs I Jordan's King Hussein Dutchman.Passport. I I ConsequencesO o -
lo Profit l Starch For Tomorrow
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o Lamp, Unto My Feet D air. Edm < ) < -
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10:30 O TM /* The Life j 7:00,0 Bill Dana j ) Two spinster ladles) 2DD D News PdoN50 Tl1eREV 1'tll Tn c wTTff HiM uQuGN Ttl LERIIE TTE klLS1GALEsifC'HW5LHESWELLWJif
Q Faith For Today 3 Patty Date look after lonely old men( D hl2ddap fat MYi'1144T 6EM7NEEDF'YWR RFRRIDN< SG1V fll3 AEfOREHE55J5 ElfREH15ES7CAt1FTODRA10RGAN
in their home O Local News MTRIR TONIAil: WAY ovrW FIuTBFRl 705EE8OFFICEISN'i
11:00 O Image U.S.A. O Lassie Brooklyn by TuEIO115E. 'iHEH4tlCRU.t+ta'Jl NE. DOCTOR)
Bugs Bunny 1:ZG O CD Disney's World feeding them a compound 1D5 Match Game

O Church Service "Toot, Whistle, Plunk : of arsenic and strychnine. 1:15 Q Focus-Interview

11:30 O Flight and Boom" (a rerun) is I Cary Grant, Priscilla O Leer Y Escribir f!

CD Beany And Cecil a blend of five Disney Lane, Raymond Massey, 1:30 O Science i } It:
O As The World Turns et
cartoons Josephine HulL
12:00 O RevivalO dealing with -_
CD Ernie Ford ,
music. The title cartoon,
Film Feature n
AND 2:00 O CD Let's Make A Deal
O Saga of Western Man winner of a 1953 Oscar O Password
12:30 O Obal Roberts and a 1954 Cannes Film i 6:00 O SUmnastics
2:25 O CD News
O Movie Festival award traces O Sunrise Semester 2:30 O CD Doctors t
the history of musical in-
"Stowaway"D 1:10
I Continental Classroom O House Party
struments.. Professor Owl
Movie-* Jangle Moon 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac. 3:00 O CD Loretta YoungO
makes of the other
Men. 6:30 Q World Civilization To Tell The Truth
1:00 O ChristophersO cartoons. to conduct cour- O Pastor's Study 3:25 O News HJL GUESSWHATBUneJUI'f LETS HURRY
1:30 Men into Space ses in spelling, harmonyand 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac 3:30 O CD You Don't Say THEYHRE Hfl/ING SO WE CFb71ND5 CAN T3EAT711E =1c-

2:00 Q Baseball Angels vs: boogie woogie.O 6:40 ID Living Words;: (color) O Edge' Of Night I fM EXHAUSTED- 1,6f AOANTSALEASCOT ATTL>D&JRYS ,6 : .

Indians My Favorite Martian 6:50 O Farm And Home 4:00 O Match Game r rMNOTMCMNG

CD Film Feature 8:00 Lucille Ball Comedy 6:45 O Hi, Neighbor .(color) O Secret Storm FROM CHAIR

Science Hour O News, Weather CD Popeye's Pals s+ c l "f
2:15 O Baseball Phillies (Special) Lucy and Bob 7:00 Q O Today 4:25 Q News 1

VI, Cubs. Hope in situation comedy. 7:05 O Ranger Hal 4:30 O Burns and Allen H

2:30 O Great Music-Concert "The Ed Sullivan Show"is 7:50 O News o Yogi Bear I FCD H ..

CD Hootenanny pre-empted 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo Movie ""* i )

3:30 CD Movie 8:30 Q CD Grind) 9:00 O Divorce Court "Virgil in the Night" >: ut a


THE OBSERVER. By Russell Baker ,

The Fog Thickens M 11AYBL 1011 SIIOI3D -tAH 1bt1mi. TlME.rrS
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aril tfarkWASHINGTON 'tntris His fox index is a methematical number of words per sentence. tally fogbound, although his 0

Here is a measure of the "readability" of Compute the average numberof sentence is impeccably short i

letter from Robert Gunning, the a piece of. writing. Any writing words per sentence. Computethe and monosyllabic. I Ii
father of the fog index. He is with,an index higher than 12 is percentage of words in the Gunning stumbles again when i II l

in a mild dungeon. considered too flossy for wide writing sample which have he asserts that any book that I II .

Referring to a treatise on the public understanding. Govern three or more syllables. Add scores above 12 on the fog index I
fog index which appeared recently ment agencies, which are scor- the two figures. Multiply by a "has little chance, of becoming >::;

in this space, he writes: ing 23 to 30 on the Gunning factor of .4 (four-tenths). widely sold and read.* He cites

"Your discussion of this tool scale, are presumably makingno Obviously the way to lower "Gone With the Wind" (fog index -

for clear writing has so obscured sense at all. a high fog index is to write 8)); "Ben Hur" (8)), and EXACT WHY, PARTYEXACT! ne> 'BUT KEMMOM UNTIL NOW THAT YOU HAVE COMB 4
it that I hardley recog- What aroused Gunning:was a shorter sentences with short "Ivanhoe" ((10) as evidence that LOo4ONvJ Loo-LoN M15SA YEE/SPEAK LEADEI? : [ -IS EEMM0NFROMTHK WAS CUR STAR* LEARNEDPUPIL BACK TO SPY FtZTHEZ 0N 14PEOPi.E .
nize my own invention. You mistake in the directions printed words. These make for "read "best sellers of all time" must I' IS WERE ONE OP SO GOOD EK5LISH'PAZ.TY VERY VUJ.AOE. AND HE CCNVEETj WAS- THAT WERE YOU PUT BASS IN; COMMANDO THE CtEAe-Na/WE: AiZ '

have been, I fear, soaking too here to help everybody find ability," and through Robert score low. -NOW OUR: CONVERTS YOV ARE -MAKE- ORDERS LEADER,I OUR FRIEND! SPIES FORIMPERUIU5TI SHALL TREAT YOJ AS Wfi PIP
long in the fog of Washingtonprose. his own fox index. The correct, Gunning Associates, based in II MY JAILER. VCUR H'SBAN/ YOU SHALL
As who has triedto 'zz .
anyone ever J DJ:: SLOWWIYLYI.i
." method, he explains, is as fol Blacklick Ohio, Gunning is read the last two F

Gunning demands justice.I lows: compute. the average: trying to spread the "read-abil- knows "Ben Hur" and potboilers".lvanhoe" IhH i III ( .
ity" gospel among business and
WAx ass eA 's'I are remarkable not for -<
( I ICE STEALTH government their low fog indices, but for IFI
+ He Is on solid ground as longas their High Yawn
GEMS EEL TIC Quotients.
he confines himself to wringing I t 1 1i
Since the advent of the 1
A T T C M P T M C sleepingpill ,
ACROSS 27.Sheltered I r
the gobbledygook out of official -
Saunter o D R l P S O R ll their sales have been con- > {
1.rail Carolina 28.29.,Genus of F R A I IE R It A L' A prose. Surely the Pentagon's fined almost entirely to luckless I

5.Lori tides marine fishes F O R K R E E i T E R fog index of 30 (incom- school children fallen into the 33.Pepper PEEK A V A 3 prehensible to human intelligence care of sadistic schoolmarms.It en i / '
) can be lowered without
11.Caidea shrub o w R E v L E G S should go without saying,
34. hurting national defense.
phlox ROB P IG ETO n of course, that making the best-
13.Dingle 35reacockbutterflies Gunning wanders into the
Balned end T R O P I C A L la W E seller list is a poor measure of iite ONLY TWNSS
14. swamp, however, when he shifts 4 old Iu vee >FOJ BtfTTHATSf TWAMT70
$6 STYE ERE a n a writer's effectiveness. John ARE WHAT
moved Sra ect- EVSaCNS
his calipers from bureaucratsand HAS A NE6ATIyE SAYS Te Lan Jf SWITCH-TO AM
16.Arab name scentedIT.Jap.paD Locke, whose work laid the PERSCt4,4iriyN IS ASA1NSTBOT / S1 tiNFM.TERdJ
dover (Solution To Friday' Puzzle) technicians to novelists, orators philosophical foundation for the m BXAN?
uncut 38.Berths pedagogues and poets, American Revolution and ,.... a
18.And not 39.Full ofchinks DOWN 6.heroine Scott and his punishment is swift and Marx, whose "Capital" did the < x
1.Soft drtnlcs "Most. modern
19. vision sure. poets are =
7.Second for Russia
21.Minute 40.Arch1tee2..Papal'Yell 8. up fog creek without a com same may very well
tural 3. Pastry score as high as the Pentagon on r -
22.Mass cape curve Keepsake 9.Cossackcavalry pass, he writes. "Many' Eng-
o the fog index. Nevertheless f
23.FErantery:4I.Face 4.Grog lish teachers are more inter- ,
colloq. waiu1Dg :s.Fart of the their impact probably exceeded
squadron ested in precious details of
:%4.Tilt 42.Finest: nose 12.Theater Margaret Mitchell's, even 2c A
than in communication. "
lights though "Gone With the Wind" tJ _
: 2 J 4 j : : : j. 15.Pro touched off the Civil War craze ; _
Then a few paragraphs later,
in American publishing.It q :
to II /t 17.Power he writes: "Fog is signals the Y .
2C.-Reseryot: reader receives but which don't, is unfair to belabor Gun-
ii-. 'l if 1 f' ning too heavily for his lapses.If .
J' 21.Larch contribute to the message. It I' r
1/ if./ IA 23.Largcmass is fairly obvious that in this he can make the governmentand
16 BPSrWW: It1I1I l< BSftDOM'T.JfcS iu.z? HW,
'll; of ice the corporations start ( K e mg W THE I WAS
sentence Gunning is not only I SAW WR CAR PULL UP TO THE WCFA TNpgIVEWAYAND
lit / Zl 24.Muvclis speaking in plain English he
19 r/ up fog creek without a compass, : HOWE I SAW IOU eoN o N TH Er UP THB &M! "tQJ EWTERE7 THEHOC:5E..IJ' '
water but also in need of an English will make a noble contributionto STAMPING THESE WITH THE 6UMM FLOOR MD : LEAST fEW MINUTES f ,
zt if 25.Seaweed ,. aEOga; Z CAME DOWN i'JAD
26.Lou ofspeech. teacher who can show. him the WAS ON THE FLOCK...P A9 FOLND W FmiU! -, 'I as 1
if 25, l' Z( ',,, ',,, way back to Communication and the other "readabil- ---

27.Top of a with a few precious details of ity" boys should realize, however f \ 1
ZO' ry 30 31 3Z door j Vt
grammar. that English is a treach- < ir cF
33 Jf 29Taflotl iron A touch of modern poetry i erous creature. Start gloatingthat =..c f I,

m SO.Loyal might have saved him He you have it tamed and be- 'i'ir'
3 37 J 0 3I.Mtaentdeosits might have paraphrased Sand- fore you know it, it has you :

'J 40 burg: "The fog comes on little trapped in a corner of the cage t=
r 32.PbuasSaon 'which' clauses. .. ." Or, T. S and you are a laughingstock. i Q AI
If', 'r'// 41 4: S4.SpfU.. Eliot, "r11e evil fog that rubs A pair of calipers is a flimsy :;:J..
I'Vh; 37.Sprit* its back against the writer vain weapon for keeping it under I
Poi the?3 dn. N Newafeepea_ q-IOad..A-. = ." Instead, there he is, to- control. Ir I !< ;


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Sunday, April 19,1964 Gainesville Sun 5C -
1 .' Ancient Palestine's port of I '
I Ascalon. shipped onions to markets I'I
I of the Mediterranean and CHORDS W n-:.
I gave us the word "scallion." !
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BOYS 12-16
I One oak tree-may produce a And Discords ;
million The Gainesville Sun is TODAY!
( acorns in its lifetime.

I cations for bike routes.

Child Care Center By William Carter is the very showed voices of promise and I ,. DAVID NIVEN ;.
DAY WEEK MO. Last organist there, and Miss were enthusiastically receivedby Call 372-8441 .
5240 N.W. 8th An. ed to Rehbein is the Choir the audience. ,I Lewis'I CAPUCINEROBERT
For Information* Call 2-6667 1 1I She has infused her <
Riki Danburg was the big- WALKER "of
high sense of artistry into ..
voiced M. C. and was one of .:
I "TIOO..3:00 the choir singing, so even the best G.H.S. has ever :l r
; I I9:00 delicately, pres;' J.JTtIE; IN
a 5.00-7OC>>- I responses were ented. Patricia Anne Rehbein,;!
i as well as religious. The
G.H.S. senior, appeared in Vocal l -
( :. n ,. soloist was Wanda Hertel! solo, piano solo, Student con-: US 4 Miles NWtfc U k i "THEPINK
sang the beautiful 'C 0 me ;y =
ductor, and several times
Him" from the Messiah .
i J for andeverjthing
accompanist singers
ias'I THE
much feeling and ski 11.
)} she did was very
!# ; .A Yf from the choir, com I
well done. With Tom Tryon and
of Mary Jane, and Dan .
t I and Ken and Janet It was an especially fine pro-
sang a hymn under Miss gram in all respects and the di- SEIGE of the
: direction that was a rector, Mrs. Catherine Mur-l With Ronald
I of real beauty. The solo] phree is to be sincerely congrat-1' I
.s Otis Dan Bowles was especiallYI ulated. 1 i
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"E NOW! morning I listened to
; grade children in Met.
DRIvt4N nurum OPEN Elementary School sing a!

r J4OOH-fr.-.J..1O.'U.* EXCLUSIVE FIRST AT*wf 9:40 RUN SEE ,:: about were a delightful in"Jolly their Little' singing.their":! @Ekitp [3Illa( W@@ Q @0W@gg

: Chipley has charge of the "

t :_ J1 bold blusht : other there but teachers in her ran absence the I iiiiiim 1 r i : ,,It lJ1 flit lillf!eft it tillitlitllltitltililtitilllltIlitiliitlltlitlllitllitlitl! IIIJ1I1.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJlIIIII. -

"' ; i with complete success.' -... i
ou 5 rra e. I on, the mixed chorus i
I LADY FAIR Sweet milk or Buttermilk
: Howard Bishop Junior i &.. rPl. !
: came visiting and sang for ,
A Seen a hIS> PwA"ctan." .., : [ I Metcalfe sixth grade a fine Fa
under the direction of '
a"t : Bishop music director, Mrs.
I a : : Hall. They sang six -t ,1: BISCUITS
f all difficult. The two .
(; .ems difficult ones, A Capital"! ,, .
J and Battle "< ",,1::go4J<'"r'i"i / ...
Hymn were '"
r I Rob ftson f F n : 1 '"( '.N,
the most skillfully hand"j' t"l t/ .., ._ Merchants
but they were all very well
T : \"z7
the ..
: evening vari i > 'y. "y Swift's or Amer.
choruses of G.H.S. : ;; CAN
: gave w I CORNED
Rock-lPaula fifth annual Variety Chor- : -f; .
I / to a full auditorium. There M F' BEfch
Hudson Prentiss 1 GAINESVJLLE'e. ten choruses sung, with -I' .,( 16.59c
1 1 '!!!8Roeiin Walter Murphree, the 1 : ;
: Sf School Music director WITH'2.50 NAPOLETANAPIZZAS
.t;( + ( three. Russell Dan- OR MORE '
_, of the University of Flor- FOOD
) directing of his
o : one own
,compositions, sung by Prices !gooff thru Noon Wed. ORDER LARGE SIZE
Quantity rights reserved
and Dr. Elwood Kei- a
a .
I I i from the University of FIorI 49lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'III
OiDyfJCfiJR1LASE.. I conducting the final com-
choruses. Miss Stevens,
handled another one,
..- _._"_.."'... three student conductors, '; f I :;p El l
--. : Lee, Donald Johnson, .. .
. Y ENJOY Ott icittEln su : the .rest. r.- --- .
> ,F }/wEEKENDS AT THMI SfEClAl : the singers respond--- .
more spontaneous free-' -- Erozen'FffcidsFFDfa I
z' /,1.; at aU J: to Mrs. Murphree's clean I---- E ;
but the choruses were -
t :- --- ___ ,.

I .Yleeken'd.!Sp piano by Gail solos Van were Poper-well' == CREAM ._-, -

r :;?- J at Beautiful Patricia Anne Rehbein, and BEEF:
I J Rice.There were elev- 1 :
solos. Melissa Rehling,
... "
fi .FLORIDA 1 1r
... artist, representing J. J. = -
Elemental School! -
-:-- =5 REGULAR 2J291> VALUE .i ar
with sweet tones "Such a
Championship 18 HOLE/PAR Feller" and Julie Larson,' ---
Howard Bishop j I rr --
I Freshwater, Bay and Gulf High, sang "II Bacio" --
t.' SWIMMING. SKIN DIVING. WATER she had to return for a I r --
Each of the other solos --
TM new end fc utjl rJi i t : S r -
I lien Motel Country ulcru u tM *; skillfully handled, with --
\feet piridiif ,
interpretive by
guest powers = "' .
1 k>nerl You become I pampered PKG 1
f f of tiN Hotil with! full Club priviieltt. $ M Anne Boyles, Patricia _
'1 with Uiloy tnttrtuwiwnt dtlMM food end*t rodents: 'I prra:* .i.' : Rehbein, Peggy Thompson, \\ r.
Divot 6u and Uunt Swimmiii| pool = .
and Stu** Bitht. Informality and S Shea, Lynn Sandefur, Su-l -
I trl. comforteadlQmt theIilataabt.eTsholes, with Martin, Wayne Lee, and = SAVE IK
T,IHn UMcinue Gt-Mgr'f -> All Hertel.

t I 1gi174 1! ; '" tend appeared the in Girls several Chorus de, c= BOSTON BONNIE = LUX SOAP 12 :88(

i I / HOTEl AND five sung ensembles numbers; Western, there FISH STIX IN

CRYSTAL. RIYER. flA. ON U.s. It ten "cowboys", Dou- -
i I Ii Trio, Madrigal Singers,Triple -
i .
Y Trio, and SSA Ensemble.All PKGS KRAFT,
were well rehearsed and

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engines, slightly higher. ICED CINNAMON o REG.35C VALUE ;=_ FRESH GREEN '-

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FOR, SALE! . .... .
7th St. at 8th Ave. Ph. FR 2-9561<< I : .- -- ... :' .
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I --j 14-Silts Help Wanted
Printed Pattern



NOW. Edwards. Inc. Gainesville's
ggyiS largest builder, has opening for
; .1. new salesman. Excellent earning PH. 3728441for
>I ,. I
opportunity for above averageman.
Mr. Dorman sales manager. -

:(!i :' :c ., ;'.. .-; .' 3721551.. HUGH EDWARDS. INC.

IS ,

y BUSINESS.. .Build your big
.t>f paying house-to-house route bus-

iness. .steady income for life I
.with over 250 finest quality

CLASSIFIED( COSMETICS AND HOME Tues. thru FrL pap r -5 p.m. Day before publication
I, THE NEEDS. Beautiful packages. For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat.
fast sellers. Guaranteed. Start
YOU -w
others selling advance to Distributor o For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sat.

S. M/...- M Write your plans, ex- @
(Minimum ad 4 lines)
perience. Old 97 Company, Dept.N.
Tampa Fla. 33605.SALESMAN.

if ,i TIME ANY OF THESE Be an a an reputable established Independent, nationwide local sales territory agent, automotive for 1n 52 I i Insertions Insertion Insertions '::...::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 2Sc Sic 17C One Hne line

hardware company. No 12 Insertions ........ .. ............".."........'..''. 14c line
Dial investment. High commissions. I Total charge computed"b multiplying total lines X rat earned

'r Y.MQ Prefer experienced salesman, x number of Insertions.
.... vS ..., married. 25-45. with own car.
:.1 I
TO.- For personal Interview write:
w Box 403-M. In care of Gainesville -

THINGS TO SELL? ,, ''- Sun. S Five letter words per Rne

i ('; 16 Work Wanted FemaleJob I Same as 2 lines

\\ GET 8 Pt. ordinary type

as practical nurse or com- 12 Pt Same as 3 Hnei
panion. Have own car. Phone ordinary type

They'll Bring You Extra Cash 376-4672 ., HIGH FR 61569.SCHOOL girl seeking part- 4 fines

time or full position until mid- = 18 Pt.ordinary type

THAT August Typing, some filing and
shorthand. Will work from 10
: a.m. to late afternoon. Call FR I Pt.
25497 after 12 noon. 24 Same as 5 Hnes
ordinary type

18 Schools & Instructions a

'BETTER: Rugs 1 m The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one

I MEN AND WOMEN WANTEDTO g incorrect Insertion, nor will it be liable: (or any error In advertisement -
Guns ; TRAIN FOR = to a greater extent than the cost of the space oceu-

CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS 3 Pied by the Item l.j the advertisement. No adjustment will
; Tools. Ii be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of
r:9: the advertisement.
We prepare Men and Women.
CAR! .1. 'r ". 9210 Ages 18-55. No experience neces- B
.' ." Boats :.. \-< sary. Grammar school educatipn 2 i The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or re- ii

Announcements SIZES 10-19 usually sufficient. Permanentlobs. 5 I letting any advertisement which It deems *i ctional and to -

Tents No layoffs. Short hours. change the classification of any advertisement from that ordered s
Int w51.9wr':4 High pay. Advancement. Send to conform to the policy of the paper.
'$f' J> ; + name, home address phone I
.t ; -; t.} 3 LOST & FOUND number and time home. Write Ei

Books Marcel Co. Box 388-A, c/o Gainesville _.___..,,","n"H_ .IE...
1IIII 'iIllII'\I"II'"m"ulllu"" "
Sun. -

<,',. Plants I FOUND Yearling. Identify. Pay Spare, elegant princess-shaped MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for 34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses for Sale)
& costs.
damages Write Box away from the waist into a lighthearted CIVIL SERVICE
( 392-A Gainesville
c-o Sun. side > pleat flare. Most
Examinations. For informationsend
Pianos LOST Silver paper money clip. flattering. for ALL figures-easy- name address & Phone No. 2tt AcresSUWANNEE MUST SELL 3 BR, Florida
.- ., Initials G.H.O. Keepsake. Reward sew. too.Printed Key Training Service. 112 W. RIVER Ram living room fenced backyard :

,. FR 2.5964. Pattern 9210: Adams St., Jacksonville. Dixie County, near US 19. 100 My equity 52380will takea
dj; Stoves yards off paved road. Very high loss of $1000 $84 per r-,)".
u.., Misses' Sizes 10, 12 14, 16, 18.
; 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Size 16 requires 34 yards 35 Real Estate Exam bluff. Asking $4500Terms.. S. E. payments or less. FR 6-502J.
; ;
1112 NE 19th PI.
Sapp Realtor. 172.2.00, 4722220.
Inch fabric.
:. ti LEARN TO DRIVEl Space; our free.
( tention to nervous or elderly. FIFTY CENTS In coins for this ATTEND HOWELL'S First BUSINESS lesson COLLEGE 114.275 ON YOUR LOT. Open House,
: ; Easy Way Driving School. FR for Sole Sunday, Apr. 19, 1 to 6 PJVU
:; Skates pattern-add 15 cents for each COLLEGE, 218 W. Univ. Ave 35 Houses
.." _2-7002. Lie. by State of Fla. pattern for first-class mailing and Cherokee model designed engineered
FR. 6-3507. 3723727.
-. special handling. Send to Marian by U. S. Steel Corp.,
Trunks 6 SPECIAL NOTICESTO Martin, Gainesville Sun, Pattern WRITE. Tractor-Trailer Driver 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home, separate Homes Division. 2100 sq. ft 3
THESE Dept., 232 West 18th St.. Ne'rb Training. 3018 St. Nicholas Ave. dining room. Take advantage B R. 2 bath air" cond., brick
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Jacksonville. Fla. 32207. of owner's having to veneer 2 car garage. 1801 NW36th
move & have spacious rooms Dr. Alachua Homes, ln_
I, Herbert W. Davis will not be NAME ADDRESS With ZONE SPEED WRITING
Jewelry & wardrobes in new home area Phone 66690.
responsible for any debts con- SIZE end STYLE NUMBER.
executives. $19-
SHORTHAND among young .
tracted In
my name after this
\ date except those made by my- YOUR FREE PATTERN IS TYPING 000. FR 25689. 3 BR CCB house on paved street.
Bicycles self. READY choose it from 250 design Built-in oven, nice neighbo'

BOOKKEEPINGClasses 3 LG. BR. 2 bath, panelled LR,
hood. $360 down. 1621 SE 2ii1/
CLASSIFIEDADS ATTENTIONI I pattern new Catalog, lust out now forming. Howell's fireplace, attached garage. HW Ave. Phone FR 21901.
TV Sets Nick's Shoe Repair & Hat Shop, Dresses, sportswear, coats, Business College, 218 W. Univ. floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot.

609 W. Univ. Will close May 15th morel! Send 50 cents now. Ave. NW near Stephen Foster. 114,500, N.E. 3 BR, 2 baths, LR, DR, Fern,
to Sept. Pick-up all/ repair work. $450 d.p. FR 28851. rm, kitchen, util. rm. carport

ClothingCameras TRY DIADAX TABLETS (formerly U. S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! HOUSES FOR SALE: 3-BR 2- central air-cond. & heat, fireplace -
Oex-A-Diet New 12 Male Wanted bookcases, patio (enclosed
name Help Bath, central heat with fire
lawn trees,
) fence pump
same formula, only 91 cents. Canova's
47th Terrace. Price
: Men-women, 1852. Start high as place. NW" flowers etc. Antenna, near
Drug Store 37 N. Main
$102.00 a week. Preparatory train- $15,900.
swim pool. Take S1SM for equity.
St. ONE of the largest Insurance companies Ing until appointed. Thousandsof CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3. BR FR 23093.HAZEL.
; Antiques In the country has a position |lobs open. Experience us- 1-bath, SE 44th Terr. $9,500.
open for man between age ually unnecessary. FREE Information Payments $65 per mo.
t : Classes now forming. Limited en- 21 to 38. Unlimited future. Startat on lobs, salaries, require- 2-BR 1-bath, SE 46tt Terr. $4,500. HEIGHTS"Se
FOR .i, Furniture rollment. 1st hour free. Thurs $80 per week. After first 2 ments. Write TODAY giving $45 per mo.
," day April 23rd. American Legion weeks $100 and better. Call 372- name address and phone. LI I n- And also some trade-In Houses. our 4-bedroom and 3-be4-
Hall. For further Information! 8171 for appt. coin Service, Box 397-M In care Call FR 6-74M. room 2-bath CCB homes with
: : Livestock call FR 68981. FRAN'S DANCE buttt-in electric stove and oven.
.. : INSTRUCTIONS. 3857 W. Univ. MAN wanted for local milk of Gainesville Sun. 3 BR. 2V* baths, 25x25 family Central heat city utilities\
Ave. route preferred ages 21 to room. Ig. living rm. enclosed Wired for television end tele-
: Diamonds 35. High school ed. preferred, garage. central heat & air cond. phone. Large yards completely
"GET JUSTICE WITH good health. Apply 204 SW 28 Livestock & Supplies Lot beautifully landscaped. 3468 grassed. Hazel Heights Is In
BIG '. 5th St.SHEETMETAL. 24518 for limits. with
JUSTISS"As NW 12th Ave. Call FR the city Equipped
Fish Poles appointment.AIR sewer lines close to bus stow
Public Defender for the 8th man, experiencedin FRESH Jersey Milk cow and calf low down payment, conventional -
Judicial Circuit Court. The people roof and gutter work. Call $150. Call 4621754. CONDITIONEDIF loans. Located on Northwest .

Used Cars want lustlce. R. G. JUSTISS, FR 6.5315.ESTABLISHED. you like space for entertaining, 39th Ave., West of 1U1
Gainesville, lawyer. Is best BABY calves milk & beef type
this Is the house for you. Lg. St. Shown by appointment,
Insurance debit In had mother's milk from 3 to 10
qualified. JUSTISS will GIVE
onto red- FR 23826.
living area opening phone
SAVING? his talents and energy to defend Gainesville, food opportunity for days, weaned milk and beef wood enclosed patio. Near Llt-
Auto TiresAquariums the poor with no legal counsel. honest and sincere man. Phone type yearlings. M. F. Parrlsti tlewood and Weitwood schools. FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR
JUSTISS NEEDS votes and FR 2-0932 for Interview. Anthony. Fla. 629.231530 3 BR, 2 baths. central heat, home located In Westmoreland

j money to be elected. The people WANTED route man for estab- dishwasher, disposal built In Estates. On city sewers pavedSt
: NEED Justiss. WILL YOU tell lished route. Ages 21.35, must be PETS & SUPPLIES stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal 2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. farn:,y

., your friends, and send small married. Apply in person at price. $22,000 only, $1500 Rm. & living Rm., dining area
t. Row Boats sum with nome and address to American Bakeries, 1847 S. Main down. 922 NW 36th Terr. FR 6- Central heat built-in kitchen Including
ON R. G. Justiss. 11 W. Univ. Ave? from 4. 6 p.m. GERMAN Shepherd PUPS. AKC. 4945. GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards
And GET Justice with JustiSs. r walk to schools, close to
Excellent-pedigreed, price re-
ONE part time night clerk Apply FOR only $450 down, $i.27 per
Golf Clubs Paid Adv. duced. 3501 NW 18th Ter. U of F & medical center FHA
'if month
t ; In person to Hotel Thomas. 615 payments you can qua
$22,700. Down payment i1,7CO,
lify for 4 BR 2 bath home, 1806
2nd Street.
Na telephonecalls time.
is English
8 Bay Child Care Immediate Drive by
Sitters. occupancy.
please.TRACTORTRAILER. American NW 38th Terr. Will paint inside
y Shepherd puppies 8. 1027 NW 48th Drive. Call Butler
: & outside completely. For eppt.
Typewriters : Call FR
drivers urgently Shepherd puppies. to see call 3720481.NORTHWEST. Brothers, 3729545 daily 3769C48night.
I d FINE ; TINY TOT needed. See ad under 2-0033. .

_' MotorcyclesUsed schools Classification 18. 4 AKC registered Chihuahuas, 2 -
: .. PLAY SCHOOL males and 2 females, reasonable.Call .
GAINESVILLE ALACHUA HIGH AND close to Littlewood and
4812267. Hawthorne Fla. FUN
TrucksRefrigerators Visit us and see for yourself. SPRINGS, steady employment Westwood schools. 3 Bedrooms
24 SE 8th St. FR 6-7806. fringe benefits, age 21 to 50. AKC registered Dachshund Pups. and 2 Baths, Central Heat,
Apply Jackson's Mlnit Mart., All shots. 6 weeks. Black or red large family room and screened
CARS! PLANNED program awaits your 1234 N. W. 16th Ave.. Gainesville male 8> female. Ph. Kingsley porch fenced back yard, THE SUN !
0 pre-school youngster at JACK Fla. Lake 5332493.MINIATURE beautifully landscaped $15.-
& JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. 500 Call anytime. OPEN HOUSE 2-6
Music programs, educational Schnauzer pups. RALPH REALTOR
Baby Buggies film-strips. 7:45-5:15, Mon.-Frl. ADVERTISING ACK registered excellent pedi- FOSSEY NE23r'd Blvd. and
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 63900. gree. Only 2 left, must sell
REPRESENTATIVEA leaving town. $85. (Normally "Selling Florida Since 1906"
Electric Motors RELIABLE sitter wishes to care $100 to $150) All papers included. 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-135) 15th Street
for Infants or small children in wonderful opportunity for Call 3727601. Member Multiple ListingNO
her home. Reasonable call FR the right man. Must be between 372.1551
t \ Farm 63897. 20 & 40 years of age FOR SALE 6 puppies cross be- DREAM We can't sleep
r MachineryStore CHILD be able to sell, type at least 40 tween Chihuahua & Manchester at night for thinking of this I California ranch modern offe'-'
Infant ,
or care private place. Gold fish Camellias
wpm, have good transportation. all males, also pet cage,
home Littlewood loads of living at rea'-i
; area. $35 mo. Azaleas, Banana shrubs in very
This local |lob offers tremendous like new. Ph. FR 21756.
Equipment or can pick up and deliver. front yard. Beautiful oaks orange able monthly payments. Indscr
Phone 61961. advancement possibilities for future 14 MONTH old AKC registered female trees carport, two car and outdoor living and d.n,(-i
good salary plus German Shepherd S75.' garage, stables large I I v I n g area with fenced In patio t-
Infant's Clothing Child Care In my home. Fenced commission and e x p enses Call 3721235. room with fireplace, dining rm. bedrooms with feet upon c,'_ =
yard. Reasonable rates. Good paid vacation and
many many
walk In pantry. Nearly 2,000 sq. feet of closet space 2 Lux
references. Phone 3723713. fringe benefits. Must be willIng
ft. of living 14 minutes bam filon/ tu"
YOU'LLBE space. lows papered
to work hard hours.
Sewing Machines WILL give love and care to infants Experience preferred but not 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY from Gainesville Florida. novs ceilings, glass shower r'>

In my home. Phone FR necessary If quail fied in all Prlce-Low closures. WOW what a
23118. kitchen. Easy to clean eui?,m
other aspects. Send compl e t s
Office Equipment OWNER IT'S VACANT Phone FR 22511to formica ca irlets. Built In CC: 1::
resume of qualifications to Box
see this 3 bedroom 2 bath '
and hood. Doss )
389-A, Gainesville Sun. BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 range oven
Employment Block of N. w. 22nd Street. 110'X home on large corner lot In sink. Central heat available >
Movie beautiful residential area closeto
Equipment DEPARTMENTMANAGER 155'. Phone 376-5109. schools and shopping. This or without air condition r-
lot. Many ex
Spacious corner
BEAUTIFUL large lots fully I home has large Florida room

Nursery Furniture 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Improved. in Ridgewood. NW extra large kitchen with built- tras.
31st Street, |lust south of NW in range and oven 2 car car-
For men and boys wear. At least 16th Avenue. J. W. KIrkpatrick port and many other desirable 184 per mo. VA or FHA <>
Material BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS 3 years experience required. Ap. Agency 31 N. Main or call FR features. Priced at $22,000 with chides everything. "*"> down Fi'A
Building Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating ply J. M. Fields 1409 N.W. 23rd good financing available. Includes ctostag. $160 down VA
SHOPPINGIN Blvd. Includes closing.
t famous Studio GIrl
Outboard Motors Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. KIRKWOODOUT DAN BYRDASSOCIATES
Phone 376-4336 after 6. EXPERIENCED meat cutter Edwards Inc
OF STATE OWNER must Hugh ,
EARN up to $50 a week. Full or wonted, apply at Food Fair sell Immediately-1 acre corner "North Central Florida's Cars'-

Sports Equipment part-time. No soliciting or collecting 1349 NW 23rd Blvd. lot (240 x 210) In highly restricted Developer by far. _
car neccessary. Call FR 6- Klrkwood Estates. Call Inc.

s Vacuum Cleaners 1961. FR 2-0375. Jack DeYot Broker
fI 13-Help Male or Female PLANT' SALEAll
Experienced waitresses age 18 to FOR SALE lot 100x100, Mock Associates:
35. (Apply In person. Aunt Je building 22x17", good well & Christine Stone, E. E. Hollouay
Fishing Equipment mima's Kitchen 1614 N.W. 13tti EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES pump Inside building. Price Walter E. Stoddard, banded plants top uary!
salvla! asters coleir,
3eT STENOGRAPHERSSECY'S $700 cash or terms. For full Clayton Guynn petunias
EXPERIENCED secretary full .. part-time Information write Peter Tanas 825 N. W. 13th Street FR 2.2511 etc Sale price 50c per dozen.

NORTH Washing Machines Must sired. be Write able your to qualifications.use electric! BOOKKEEPERSACCOUNTANTS J&J Fla. Mobile Park Bradenton, Member Multiple ListingRENTERS Also. potted Amaryllis prams of and deep shrubbery red.-

typewriter and dictating equipment ? & whMe. Wholesale pricesAmerican ,
state salary, will pay for strain 3 for $1.00 aM
Heating Equipment REG. NURSES & LPN'SYOUNG
experience and ability. Write Register for free month's rent
prices are good
Box 400-A. Gainesville Sun. MAN, degrees BUS. 34 Waterfront Property month- UP.
Adm.. Law, Engineering. no obligation drawing long as plants last.
Musical Instruments DOUBLE ENTRY SYSTEM bookkeeper 25-35 Salaries open ly.

CENTRAL ':30 to 4:30. Salary depending PERSONNEL WINFRED H. CRAWFORD HUGH EDWARDS INC. Closed Sundays
on qualifications. Phone i, In largest builder DORSEY'S GREEN HOUSE
Reg. Broker, SpeCll Zing North Central Fla.
374-254 ,
nays or 3725012 after
Camping Equipment .
AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose NE 16th Ave. & 15th St.
COMPANION housekeeper to 102 NW 2nd Avenue GR 52981.
Plumbing EquipmentChildrens in and take care of semi-Inva Call: 372-6377 for appointment' AVAIL. June 1st. 3 BR 2 bath,
lid. Call 376-3681 or 376-4600. 10-12 A.M. 2-4 P.M. Mon. thru FrL LAKE FRONTAGE Fla. rm.. screened porch $15-
fLORIDA'SLARGEST 21 Acres on Sand bottom lake 500. Walking distance Little-
Playthings NEED MONEY-Eam $2 per hour, WANTED BOOKKEEPER- North of Grandin, Asking $5.000. wood. Ph. FR 25043.
representing CORT COSMETICS One half cash. S. E. Sapp Real- .
opening for ladies In Gainesvilleand OFFICE MANAGER tor. Phone 4722000 or 4722220. 3 BEDROOM 2 bath Urge corner .N .y3 7
Electrical AppliancesDogs Alachua County. For interview Capable and qualified to earn $400 lot close to Howard Bishop and
call FR 24416
LAKE Place for sale Member-
write Cart 608 SW 27th St., or more or do not apply. 40 hour Metcalfe elementary.
Gainesville. Fla., or call 376- week. Write Box 401.... Gainesville after S p.m. ship swim club. Reasonable equity
Cats Parakeets 1131. Sun.Stenographer. LAKE front 2 bedroom home. Has Take ever payments. Call
f Year round living. 3724450.
$23 WEEKLY for wearing lovely 21-35, 2.5 yrs. exper. Heights 473-
Phone Keystone large
dresses received as extra S60 Month, new CB home

431X lot. Low down payment, 300 S.E.
Just show Fashion I Secretary, 3 -40. experienced $300.
Frocks to friends. No Investment Secretary 25-45, $275. HANDSOME permanent home on 20th St. FR 24692.

canvassing or experience Secy-Bookkeeper $225-300. beautiful Lake Serena in the EXCEPTIONAL BUY!
necessary. Fashion Frocks. Dept. Bookkeeper $300. Melrose; area. Immaculate three Florida room
P-6663 Cincinnati 0. 45202. Bookkeeper $400-500, depending on bedroom, two bath residence and bedroom lOixlJT
will sell it faster experience. other excellent masonrybuild- central heat. Garage.
and shrub
Nothing MATURE WOMEN who must earn Accountant, $450-500. ings; over three hundred feet of lot loaded with trees
block from J.
their own livelihood. Pleasant Secy, part-time, Stenog., par t- lake frontage means plenty of bery. Located 1
profitable work. 4 hours daily several families. The Fin'ey School. 3 blocks from Uni-
> fur
required In your neighborhood. tlme.Personnel price room Is most reasonable at SZ5.SCi .- ve_-' .y of Florida. $17.750 FHA. WOMENof
Call Avon Mrs. Center Total monthly pay-
: Manager Burns r-. !| KIrkpatrick Agency FP284Ci $: down.
'I\ FR 2-CC1. of $117. Drive by 1531 NW
: \_ 102 NW 2nd Ave. Call 3724377 :i N. Main St. r. ants dally
Ave.. or call FR -
.'i"- : ;o-to '-g DEPARTMENT for spot. BEAUTIFUL lot the Suwannee 4". nights FR 6-9048. Butler All Ages!
10-12 AML 2-4 P.M. Mon. thru Fr. on or I
: { than the River at Rode Bluff. Call 3766160. Bros.
MANAGERFor WANTED middle age couple for You can train
< .. and BY THE OWNER In IdytewUde, 2
; multiple unit moteL Clerical
APPROX. 100 acres located 19 mi. CCB house. tile bam family
Infant and girls wear. At least general operating dUties. Attractive BR now as a
FOR 3 years experience required. Apply salary. Write Box 4C2-A North of Gainesville on state room. Call 372-WCl after
J. M. Fields. 1409 N.W. 23rd Gainesville Sun. road 121. Approx Vi mile of highway 5:30 P.M. Girl Friday
Blvd. frontage, 44 mile of river
BARTENDER wanted. male or fe frontage on Santa Fe river. Ideal
male. Apply In person to Hotel for development or Investment. I FURNITURE START TODAY
IF YOU have used AVON COSMETICS ThomaS. 615 NE 2nd St. between S1SO per acre. Write John Dykes Train a* an Executive Secre
GAINESVILLE SUN you know you can sell hours of 8 am. and 1 p.m. or Rt. 2, CHra Fla.. owner or call UPHOLSTERY tary. Enter such fascinating
NEW earthed 6 pjn. to 10 pjn. at 629-1<<13. Ocala.LAKEFRONT. proiteMiOM M fasten, put
For top quality workmanship ItoMng radio television, po&Mc
Call Mrs. Exp. secretaries salary open
ritory near you. Bum HOME Oil
FR 2-0421. Cashier-host attractive relations, legal etc. Earn as
White housekeeper $25 wk. 372.6142 much as
STENOGRAPHERSSperry Exp. Waitress, salary It comm. $135Per
has desirable positions UPHOLSTERY
AND available for experienced stenographers Store Exp. trainee N sent. grad 300 feet frontage on Lake Rosa ISM ...W. lift St.
with developed secretarIAl Off. trainee. M sctO. erad. nearly four acres. Free Estimate*-ncK II' sad WeekJobs

WANT ADS'.T; skills. Starting salary de- Tree surgeon. foreman $2 hr. M! <> termined by prior experience.. Auto salesman Exp. 4 BR 2 baths large screened are waiting far those who
with Increase based on regularly Short order grID man porch on 2 siMs of house, qualify. Keep your present lob>>

scheduled work performance Insurance trainee S100 wk. modem kitchen, all furnace, concrete wile lean**. .' ,., .
,2c < ,V;: reviews. Promotional opportunities Route salesman. Levy Co. block. NATIONAL STENOTYPE SHORTHAND
: *'*- \ working conditions and ben 120 SE 1st Ave. 3 car garage with equlppped utility BOOKKEEPING.FILING .
: :. ,: efits. Submit resume in confidence Phon 3764234 room It s rvanrs room and CONCERN ail secretarial duties

or telephone 372-0411. Ext. TEACHERS wanting new fan positions bath. Has openings for college students Free Use of Equipment in your

CALL 225. for appointment.SPERRY write us for information. Large dog kennel with 2 houses & during summer vacation Home Budget Terms'

ELECTRONIC TUBE No charge unless placed. Southern concrete floor workshop. Public relations work. $100 a .Far Full lafermatttR. Write-..
CARS DIVISION Teachers Agency Columbia. week salary If qualified plus -------------- -- -

SPERRY RAND CORP. S. C. 29202.NEEDED .___________ Live oaks magnolias mvnosas. *e are awarding Several 11000 KEY TRAINING SERVICE
( GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA AT ONCE. .FuU er azaleas camellias gardenias' scholarship and other awards. Nift Bank
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY part time man or woman to ser. oranges. etc. Sprinkler system. For ap '. call Mr R. B_ Davis. Suite 425 Bantett
ckM vXe, Florid
Bld J<
EMPLOYMENT vice Watkins customers in section JS437U. Jacksonville. Fla or
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376-4672 of Gainesville. Good income For sale bynet' or your brok- Trop In Suite S43 Fla. Nan NAME .. ...
WANTED girl in meat dept. No investment. Set your own er. Open Saturday and Sunday Bank Bldg., Jacksonville, between ADDRESS .. STAT- .. .
52941 .
Write C. R. Ruble. Dept. 105. Phone Melrose Granite f CITY
Apply at Food Foir, 1349 hours. hour AJN and noon.
appointmentphone tOE PHONE--------
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35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sol 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale "=OlnnlD'llIlIlllImllll lIImmlllDIIIII1IIIIIUmmnmmmr.llllllllll1llllllllllllmmmnrr: llllllr.lJ!! 42
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r NW SECTION for sale or rent 3and HOME TRADEOPPORTUNITY 4123 NW 20th Terr. 3 BR. 2 bath 3 BR CCB In N.E. section stove I 627 N.E. 10th PL 2 BR. CCB. SACRIFICE owner moved to I CLASSIFICATION INDEX EI I ACREAGE

4 bedroom 2 bath. CCB Fla. rm. inside utility rm.. elec. end refrig-. many oak trees. lowdown large garage, near Shopping LA. 52.500 down. Bal. 4<* pet. 3 308 acres. 200 under cultivation

home. City water lights and built-In 0 & R, air cond.. $30 payment low monthly Center. Nice neighborhood, $11.- BR, 2 bath. Ig. living room. separate fenced and cross fenced. 90 acres
K Phone sewers. Shown by appointment. per mo.. $2100 equity. Will accept payments. Call FR 26002.GLADY 500. FHA financing aaiL FR 6- dining room. Ig. kitchen I ti ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE I pasture. 80 com planted, 3 acres
2-3826. WILL trade several homes In Palm best offer. Phone 376-6725. SMITHP. lots of cabinets patio. uti tit y I lEI fa Memeria 30 tobacco allotment. bal. In pert.

BY OWNER. new house 3 bedroom View Estates for homes in the NEW HOUSE 3 bedrooms 2 room, plenty closets.. Hardwood 1 E 21 Card ., TbDta C1 Wanted 'e Bee 52 pasture. water. N.W. of Gainesville
I 1 bath. Utility room and carport. 10-11000 price range. Visit Sales baths central heat. C.C.B. FOR SALE BY OWNER spacious floo' Lame |-- 2 S Lest Pe.a6 62 HarlLlllery T..b 5: equipment. tractor. good
t- 2100 N.W. 53th Street. $500 down. Office Corner NW 39th Terrace K. Yonge area. 4 bedrooms. 2 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. Rm. closeto In nice quiet neighborhood. Close 4 U financing. good road. Call
Built-in kitchen. Save $1400. 52 Penlaalind Bulidiag
Call FR 24992.WESTWOOO and 16th Ave. or call FR 1-95-45. Call for appointment. Pn. I baths. Uving room with fireplace. school. Uttlewood Estates. to schoot and y..-.. ,. .. .. 52 Travel IdormaUoa Serv1ee (6 Ifeusebold Alatnlals GeedaC 30 MARY MOELLER REALTOR
Butler Bros. Builders. Florida room. Separate din ing $2 .soo. Reasonable down pay $125. See F. F. Christie 1110 N.E.
a LITTLEWOOD FR 6-4774 or FR 23326. I I room. Nice kitchen. This is a family ment. 920 NW 37th 'er. Phone 5th Place FR 66048.COMING. == Special l\\ eUen A.tI.nI 1019 W. University FR 6-4471

/ Walking distance to schools. 3 BY OWNER 4 BR.. 2 bath home LAW professor moving spacious home with convenience to 3725738. I 52 'Z FlorIsts 'S Uile. Sac Sale = 105 ACRES. On the
BR, 2 baths :one in Skyline in N.E. With den. screened bedroom study. )Vs baths. attic all schools. : 52 S Baby SlIkn. 1116 Care n Trsdisg Paste 52 well stocked lake property is

Heights. Study hardwood floors. porch brick patio etc S16.800. tan built in drawers. vanity and BY OWNER 4 bedroom 2 bath. I 52 6 Plaers T. c. LaC a ArtJc1ea Wanted 30Yblags hunting in the winter plus time.ducK Located

; built-in range 4. oven. Cent. Call 3nPERFECT- storage. $30 month. Negotiate Quality home on Newberry Road. large house double garage. I S T. See a Fa", 00 II Weeds approx. 4 miles East of
't heat. Shaded back yard. Call Large lot with many trees and S II !kats Harba. ..
\ 376-0867. equity. FR 6-2785. 1062 N.E. 14th Fenced yard. Close to Uni- E. .. Hawthorne south side of Fla.
I FOR FAMILY shrubs. 3 bedrooms. 2 tile baths versity. Call FR 6-7084. AUTOMOTIVE 'Z1 Camp Bent Ft Rd. 20. Small well-built houseon

ANGLE WOOD by owner. 3 BR 2 double Florida room. Living room VILLAGE 52 :1 Airplane Salu-Reatal. 'It Office Et1llpme" I property. electricity lights aV
WITH AN IN-LAW is carpted and has a fireplace. :
bath Price $17,800. $800 down. Ave.McKinney MODERN SUBURBAN HOME n IebVa limes fee Sale U Huleal Mercicodlas water. Priced reasonably easy
Call 3722727. 3 BR, 2 bath. kitchen with built- OZI terms. F.
I 30 Tracks for Sale D. WHIiams 4812449 -
I'' in
Near the Good
NEARLY University. buy a
new 3 bedroom. 2 bath
Ins. dining rm., sunken living GREEN 52 OZ, Trucks Wa.ted is Hawthorne. Fla.
BY OWNER 2 BR. home. 3 bedroom 2 bath home with FlorIda -
Ig corner nome has one bedroom separate rm, fireplace, screened porch 18 Traetln II: Truck Eeatab REAL ESTATE FOR SALE % Real Estate Broker.
lot nice neighborhood. EquIty from the others. Perfectfor room. Newly painted and dec study and shop. Central heat
$4700. monthly payments $3!, in-law or teenager. Beautiful orated. Priced at $17,900. Located 52 III TraDer Resists 52
Green cork floors. 6 miles from VILLAGE S3 Late for
___or_ FHA. 3304 NW 3rd St. natural finish cabinets In kit city limits on wooded 2 acre lot 52 U I.tercycles II Stealers S" Sa1. S 43 Colored Property
.. chen. Excellent FHA terms. Call 3725393 to see any of these in restricted 81 A.&elDolll1. Bepalrs Prlpert
SHADED BY PINES 115,000 win only $600 down includes homes or ask for our list of choice Chantilly Acres. 52 as A.tolD.bDn tee Sale S3 Bouea Per Sal. 52 HOMES FOR SALE

3 BR, masonry house parquet closing. 2103 N. E. 15th DeatonREALTORS buys In all price ranges. $ appt.offered FR owner. See GREEN E II Swap Can SI Cettagee See Sale 5 2 8. 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. &
.w floors. Fla. room and screened Terr. 372155)HUGH ST Real Estate Exchanged SE 7th
Ave. Some no down pay
porch 2-car carport and utility GLADYS SMITHRealtor FLEXIBLE financing availableon VILLAGE EDUCATI'JNAL sa Real Estate Wasted 30 ment. Some small down pay.
room large lot. $15,500 includes
r EDWARDS. INC. home in Durant s' oat ef Tewa P..pert 52 men:. Monthly
I range. refrig. and A. C. 1114N. luxury Es- 52 11 Schools InstruetI.a i: payment $57 to
W. 13th Ave. FR tates in walking distance of new 52 It luJe. DareiDf. :: Business Properties $65. Also homes built on your
10p r 22763. WHY PAY RENT? I Inspect BothThe Associates: Multiple ListingBen elem. school. This nearly new GREEN :0 Wuted-l stnctJOJI ResideaUaj Laceme I lot for no down payment.
SALE TRADE. RENT. Furn. Up New homes $9,500. 3 bedroom, tile Griffin Dan Sheldon home has 4 BR's screened = 43 FarlD. A Acreage Call TOMMY RIDGELL
turn. 3 BR. Fla. Rm. BreakfastRm. bath 145 per month. Located on first. a 3 B.R. 2 bath home Florence Bums Carolin Noyes porch complete GE kitchen 43 Colored Property Rentals 52 Builder Phone FR 5-417J

garage. fine location. 725 S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some near schools monthly payment 1228 W. University 3725393 paneled Fla. Rm.. central air VILLAGE E EMPLOYMENT CJ.1 Colored Property Sales I
N. E. 7th Terr. 372-8223 'Mr. trade-ins. Call FR 22372. including taxes and interest : and heat carpeting and drapes. == 11 W.rk Waated Hal. 5 44 Cottages for Rent
Bourn. S98.OO. The second a :3 B.R. 1 $31.500. FR 6-3569. 52 II Work Wanted Female RENTALS
bath house $409 down and monthly SEE NOW 52 U Sales Help WaDed
: GREEN 30 SMALL furnished trailer for rent
3 BEDROOMS. Low monthly pay. YOUNGAMERICA payments of 3800. Call FR JS Help--fale .r Female U Cotulu Fee tea' suitable for working

ments.376-0203.Low down payment. Call- 23617. 607 NW I 19th Ave.This 1 H STORY VILLAGE 52 52 IS Hall Dramatte Help Wanted U 46 hnablled Esfurs-isked Apt.Apts.. 52 52 Moore's Univ. Ave.Trailer Ph. 376-8164.Court. 2330 E.

IDYLWILD 3 BR. 2 bath. double I Income Property attractive 3 BR, 2 bath Oc- U Female Help Wanted g Houses for Beat.Fal'1l. 52
carport. hardwood floors fenced la block home will appeal to the RED co 48 H01lses for Beat tJ'1ifam. 2 BEDROOM trailer with unfurnished
back yard. Call FR 2-3001.. If you are looking for a propertywith family wanting something dif. BRICKFireplacestrip GREEN = FARMS (7 LIVESTOCK 41 Rooms fee Rest- 52SS 2 room cabana. No pets.
HOMESPRESENTS a good income let show $68 month. Available April 15th.
us ferent. Built in elec kit. Fireplace F&rr. E.lpmea& ao Hotel Reams
GREAT opportunity for young you this nice 2 story duplex in LR. Nice family room. FR 25633.
23 Feed FerUllzer 11
52 Mise. BeDtal.E .
couple with a little capital. Lot oak floors-
fully furnished $175.00 per Cent. heat. fenced yard. Priced -
& Flavet type house for sale in month income. Good conditionand very large kitchen with built VILLAGE :1 Livestock It SappUu 51.\ Wanted Te Rent a 45
Good terms. Furnished
at 17500. Aprs.
good location for rental close to NEW BRICK location. Paved street The only In appliances, rear screened 52 29 Landscaping Top Sail 53 Boarders Wanted
3669 NW 16th Ave.You porch be 52 30 Pets II: SupplIes 13 Office _
campus. Live in one side rent price is reasonable. You should can converted into Desk Space
other. $1500 will handle. Phone MODELSOPEN Fla. room rear patio for privacy GREEN E Sl Livestock Wanted 34 Bgstsai Rentals 52 newly painted. close
investigate before Call
buy. In.
376-1462. you will simply love this Brand 3 very large bedrooms. 2 30 3 rooms and bath. Hot and
-_ 10 a.m. Til I Dark FR 23617. New 3 BR. 2 bath on a half baths. Floored upstairs and FINANCIAL s cold water furnished. Off street
FOR SALE U. of Fla. Flavet 4 acre lot. Yard sprigged and ready to convert into 4th and SERVICE parking. No pets. 15 S. W. 2nd

unit buildings. Ideal for lake FEATURES : S. W. Area landscaped. Cent. heat & air. 5th bedroom or play room as M 52 II 11 Mosey BusIness to OpportlULlUn Leu 22 23 11am.Special Services 52 Place.
place or inexpensive rentals. conditioned. HW floors family needed. LIKE Imprcxemata
NEW Inside 1 and 2 bedroom furnished apart
Must be moved from Univ. prop- Fireplaces This beautiful 3 B.R. 2 bath modern room double carport. Elec. Kit LIKE OLD yard and landscap 52 5& Llerigagee 24 Badle TV ServIce 52 ments. some air conditioned.
/A. erty. Phone FR 6-1462. Custom kitchen porches cabinets Home -Central He a tzLrge chen. Going for only $23.500. ing. Frankly we wonder if FHA U Money Wasted 23 AppUUte "Farnlhtre Summer rates. near Universityand

4 BR.. 2 bath in Highland Court Oversized bathrooms living room Fireplace in Good financing. did not make a mistake when IDYLWILD Medical Center. 916 S. W.
Plus Fla. room Lot 182x157Call they valued this property at only Umnllllmmnnmtlll1lllJlmrnnrm1lnrmnmnllllr.ll1lllllmrllllll! llllllllml1llll 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3442 or FR
Manor conditioner. double many other custom 316 NE 44th StreetOnly -
FR 2.3617.Acreage. $17,500. with lust $1.000. down Beautiful brick and C.B. home Ig 6-2664.
r Rm., club features
utility schools swim In walking membership distance $300 down and $66 per month including closing costs. You lot wooded. fine residential area. 39 Out of Town Property 42 Farms Acreage

$98 mo. 2832 NE 11th Ter. VA & FHATERMS will buy this very neat 3 !R. 1 may drive past 636 NE 10th 3 BR 2 bath hw floors double 4 BR apt. Walking distanceto
bath home on paved street. HW Ave. for an idea of the value. garage custom built. by appoint Univ., hospital and shopping.
Call FR2349.. 150 acres in N.W. area -5 miles floors. Fenced yard. A real buyat then call FR 6-2472 for an appointment ment. Call 'Mary Moeller Exclusive 3 ACRES OF land. 2 bedroom BEAUTIFUL building site for the 116 NW 7th Terr. or call 376-

a WEST VILLA ESTATES from University -Rolling and 10000. to see inside (it looks house. other buildings. 3 miles family that wants fo be outside 3825.

2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR. 2 tiled partially wooded Road frontage even better). north of Starke on Rt. 301. Ph. the city limits. Almost 5 acres. 2 BR. 10 x SP Mobile home.

bam, wall-to-wall carpeting central Walking distance to elementary on two sides Realistically Warner W. Weseman-Realtor SPACIOUSLovely 9645934. I large pines. good soil. Convenient private fence. ISO x 70 lot
heating built in kite hen 8. Jr. High Schools Shopping & priced with excellent terms. UNIVERSITY 1113 N. Main St. location. Call J. W. Kirkpatrick 2020 NW 31st. PI. FR 6-1180.

Includes dishwasher. Located on I Call FR 23617. BLACK ACRESFor 3 Br. 2 bath N.E. near 40 Business Properties __Agency._ FR 2-8404 31 N. Main. No children. $75 mo.
large wooded lot with circle Parochial and Metcalf School.
drive Orig. cost $20.000. balance Churches.YOUNG ASSOCIATESJ. REALTY sale by owner 4 BR. 3 bath la screen porch low down paymt 10 ACRE tract high and dry. all EAST SIDE
t' $17.380 Equity $600 payments Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. house on large landscaped corn $109.00 mo Includes Escrow. Exclusive INCOME SPECIAL: 10 apt. units; wooded 10 miles West of town.
4 incl. taxes and Ins. $14 I per J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372.4351 er lot swimming pool enclosed call Mary MoeilerHIGHLANDS beautiful condition and location.A Call R.per F.acre with easy terms. GARDENAPARTMENTS
mo. Phone 3729172. AMERICA Multiple Listing W. M. Munroe Realtor patio. bath house. living room good living above payments Glaeser anytime.
Associates: with fireplace large Fla. Rm. after reasonable down payt.ASKI ERNEST TEW REALTY

$4250 per month 2 BR frame. S. E. Mclaughlin Frank Roby separate dining room. central ARCH CAMPBELL, _2910 NW 13th St. FR 6-6-J61

: SE Nice 10th yard.Ave.dead-end FR 2-4692.street. 2222 HOMESNW PARRISHPRESENTS Roy McCann T. C. Douglas. Jr. heat 8> air conditioning paved Like new 3 br 2 baths C.B. Cent REALTOR.. Phone 374-5707 ANYTIME FOR SALE 63 Acres Woodland $57 per month up

street on bus line. Shown by heat. Cent A-C built In range & 21 miles N. of Gainesville Union Gainesville's Finest
r $100 DOWN 34th &: 7th Avenue appt. only. Call FR 6-8802 after oven. Ig patio with concrete ornamental Co. Mrs. Elsie Douglas Worthington
3 bedroom-stove & Ref. ADDRESS FRED 12 fence. SI4,800. Call Mary 42 Farms & Acreage Fla. Furnished or unfurnished
1311 NE 14th Terr. -we own Phone 3727070FOR Moeller. ExclusiveRANCHETIES Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart

and will finance. Vacant immediate noon.MERRILL 160 acre farm with all equipment. NO RESTRICTIONSSmall ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 3769668. -

; occupancy. Ph. FR 6- SALE by owner. 3 BR. 2 Half mile paved road frontage. acreage y/t miles North of .
2472 Warner W. Vteseman bath home. with carpeted living CHARMING TEMPORARY ARNOLDSpacious town. all wooded. $400 to $500 1&.2 BR. 1 bile from campus
1113 N. Main St. rm. air cond. & central Four bedroom 2 bath home on TV'i Acre lots. restricted. Call I I Good farms and acreage listings. per acre with terms. Call any air condo optional $74 $101 per
WESTWOOD Attractive 3 bed
large lot in Gwynn Oaks. Large MARY time
FORMAL living room separate heat fenced > in yard. open mo. Call McKinney Green. Inc.
house living room with wall to wall room 2 bath masonry home on Call Ben Griffin Associate ERNEST TEW REALTY
dining rm.. built-in kitchen Sunday. 1029 NW 36th Dr. 372-3617.
t with pantry. carpeted Fla. rm. Ph. 3728282. carpet and old brick fireplace 2 Story large corner lot. Family room. 2910 N.W. 13th St.
central built In and
and hall 3 BR. 2 full tiled baths separate dining room. familyroom heat oven GLADYS SMITH Realtor 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice fc
$17,000 $600 down and $107 per and carport. OWNER 350 ACRES grazing land for rent
FHA House for sale NE sectionat -large screened patio range Suitable land for deluxe T r a Her clean. For married couples only
located in quiet neighborhood in month including taxes and insurance ANXIOUSI MAKE US AN OF. 1228 W. University 3725393 for balance of 1964 $2.50
which is nice for family living Court fine location per Adults no pets Rent
SW section. Call 3722371. appraisal value of $10.000. to FHA 2- near Gainesville rea
qualified Buyer. acre. Call
FERI 4621754.
$300 down payment low monthly and entertainment. Built-in kit Call MARY MOELLER FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE sonable. Call 376-7844.
3 bedroom 2 bath home
4 Bedroom. 3 full baths in Libby chen. Call for an appointment to RURAL PROPERTIES
payments. 3 BR 1 bath
with study. large living room Efficiency apt., water furnished
BLACK ACRES Lovely 3 bed-
Heights. This home has over 2.- large storage. Call after see this lovely home. FORDYCEACREAGE
with fireplace. modern kitchen, block MARYMOELLER $35 per mo 3505 N.W. 17th St.
room 2 bath concrete
300 sq. ft. of living space air 6 00 P.M. FR 6-4774. ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTOR
central heat. Call McKinney Green Inc. FR 2-
conditioned. dishwasher. and home with oak floors. spacious
t FOR A GROWING FAMILY U.S. Hwy. 441 Micanopy. Fla. 3617.
many other extras. If you need NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 Ideal 4 bedroom, 2 bath home kitchen with plenty of room for Ph. 466-3120
plenty of living area check this bath. Central heat. central air located in Mason Manor on HandsomeLocation breakfast set. 12x28 screened 2 BR. furnished apartment. No
one. Will consider trade. For Information condo Northwest. $19,000. Call quiet street and walking distanceto breezeway. carport and utility LOS TRANCOS WOODS 360 acres at $165.00. Over 160 acresof pets. 311 S. E. 8th St. $90 month.
call THE JAMES CO. 376-2927. Elementary and Junior High & condition Is At. 3 room. ONLY 18000. U ACRE wooded tracts west of permanent pasture. fenced and Phone FR 6-8961.
v OF GAINESVILLE. INC. Build- School. Large living room. lovely bedroom 2 bath home situatedon Gainesville. $365 downtotal water available. truly beautiful
ers of Kingsbury Homes. Phone NEW 3 bedroom, CCB. $8,995. kitchen over'cok'ng a large paved street. Large lot affords BLACK ACRES Spacious 3 bedroom REALTOR price $1820 Drive west on New- land. Small parcel available under I BR. furnished apt. waler furnished -
3722527, nights 4727401. $450 down. $65 month. Phone fenced .n b"I for privacyrear lawn fenced I 2 bath masonry home located berry Road turn right on SR 600000. Approximately 20 4141 NW 12th Ter. $60
Day 495-2441 Night FR 6-4311. play area and for children & iwts. For summer I on a large corner lot with No. 241 and watch for sign on acres. per mo. Call 6-2641 or 3762930ask
1 Bedrooms IVi bath built In kitchen features 1019 W. University the right or call anytime for for Mr. Haynes.NE .
ahead cool FR
heat .d ... .....d it ion- days screened lots of trees. Special 4-4471 Exceptional acreage perfect for
on a well shaded lot. Minimum BY OWNER 3 BRI bath CCB <* Member of map to be mailed.
S porch. Full price 19000. include family room with fireplace multiple listing cutting into small tracts. only
with fenced back Ing. Shown by appointmentonly. location. 1 BR. $60 per mo, 2
low yard.
down payment. FHA fireplace in living room. $395.00 an acre. Over 100 acres BR. $75 Call Joe Mason,
I 376-2961 time. See at 1745 80 ACRES. Southwest and close to t' per mo
This home
t monthly payments. central heating and air conditioning Swimming Pool available. Call or consult 376-2472 376-1963
I days.
has strip hardwood floors. For N.E. 2Ist Place.COMFORTABLE Best Buy wall built- town, $225 an acre. evenings.
wall to carpets. Nice NE
READY FOR A HOT SUMMER section near school. old
1' Information call THE JAMES bath home at in and range electric dishwasher Ralph Realtor FORDYCEASSOCIATES FURNISHED Apartment for rent
LIVING 3 bedrooms You can be in this lovely 3 3 bedroom 2 econo- oven fashion family home. All large
1- CO. OF GAINESVILLE INC. and 2 baths, central heat bedroom. 2 bath home locatedin my price of $15.100 "Carrier"central huge recreation ro 0 m rooms 4 BR 2 baths kitchen FOSSEY INC. with living Rm. bedroom tile
I Builders of Kingsbury Homes. screened porch and family heating. air conditioner and double carport. ,THIS IS A pantries 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 bath alr-cond. 1, 2 bedroom
lovely Holly Forest. Living dining rm. living rm.,
"Selling Florida Since 1906" 924 W. Univ. 376-1236 Apt. FR
3727401. 2-9569.
Phone 3722527 Nights ideal unit. hardwood fenced LOT OF PROPERTY FOR $28-
room. neighborhood. floors
S ._ near room with wall to wail carpet study sleeping porches. screened -
I FOR SALE CCB house. 3 bedroom schools and shopping, 611 N.W. and old brick fireplace. Family yard. Attractive location near 500 CALlUS NOWI porches 3 fireplaces

bath kitchen living Rm., dining 34th Drive. 15500. room and lovely built-In kitchen. schools and University. fenced and landscaped yard.
V. Rm. For price call owner 372- Ralph Realtor Central heat and air condition I JOHN MERRILL 500. Mortgage 12000.

'. 5573. FOSSEY ing. Large wooded lot and fence Lake GenevaNew REALTOR 3723738. .
11 W. ed in back yard. with love I y MULTIPLE LISTING t SERVICESHome
University Ave. Ph 376-1359 ,
t FOR SALE 3 Br.. 2 bath built-in FOR
"Selling Florida! Since 1906"FINLEY swimming pool and shuffleboard 3 bedroom 1 bath home with I Phone 372-1494 SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. 2
kitchen. F. Rm. central air 8,
3 court attached garage. Good water' ASSOCIATESMARCELLA bath Ig. Fla. rm. Ig. utility
I heat. fenced back yard. Take advantage AREA 4 BR 2 bath. front lot on beautiful breezy PARDIW. area separate living rm. dining

of owner having to CCB home. Ig. wooded lot spacious NEAR THE UNIVERSITY. Three point. This Is a year-round homein H. BUCKHANNANJ. rm., kitchen wall to wall car
move. Nice wooded lot $17,000. Fla. rm. fireplace. disposal. bedroom. 2 bath brick home. perfect condition with built. peting in living rm.. glass slid-

3945 NW 36th St. FR 23712. FM-TV rotator phone 376- Large living room with fireplace. in kitchen equipment Full price W. ing door leading to 16' x 24' And Business

1404 SE 13th St. 3 BR. CCB. Range 0436 separate dining room plus a 14000. patio NE 12th fenced-in Terr. back yard. 1325
( patio. $65 per mo. $350 down. A two bedroom frame house in separate study away from family .

$10.400 balance. Ph. 3723945 or beautiful country surroundings. activity. Large wooded lot. Immediate Lake Santa Fe SAVE work and expenses in

3721785. 10 miles west of G'vllle lust off possession. home near Gainesville this Ideal NW location fenced BulldozingSMALL
ra Road. Will Ultimate In Gracious living on the & landscaped I PlumbingSEWER
.EAVING town. must sell 3 BR. Newberry discuss reasonable Immaculate condition. pleasant yard draperies,
t 1 bath CB home. Fla. Rm.. offer. Call 372-4615. OPENING SOON University most desirable lake in the area. surroundings. Yours with orange ww carpets 3 BR. IVi bath I
Acres All lots to be one acre- Estate proportioned grounds extend home. Big kitchen with pantry I '
fenced yard walking distance 3 BEDROOM 2 bath Florida rm. trees In rear yard with V acre bulldozer, loader dump INSTALLED
public and parochial schools. large utility room. 2-car car and have beautiful trees. Call I I from paved street to lake for $16,000 or V/i acres for & separate d:ning; rm. HW trucks. fill dirt lime rock. Top ,i NEW & used fixtures complete
front. Situated in Melrose this :
I Swim club membership $2,200 port. Lot 100 x 175. N. W. loca for full Information. large fine 2 story home offers i $18000. or MVt acres for NW 19th lane.owner.Ph. $15900.FR 719 soil. Phone 3727846. I J plumbing service "BIG" JIM
Invested will take $500 for tion. Near Elementary School. 22500. The house has three 33784 I I HUGULEY. Gainesville Plvmb-
equity. FR 22064NE Phone FR 6-3669. space Interested.ARNOLD aplenty.. $45,000 if you are bedrooms and one bath. BULLDOZERS & Dragline, Backhoe i|, Ing FR ?-1S89.

M.M. Owners will mort wheel tractors
carry motor
section. for sale by owner 2 BY OWNER 3 BR. 2 bath, dishwasher RedfrcinksReolestate grader. Free estimates. W. G.
BR. panelled Fla. Rm.. Ig lot swimming pool priv. gage.SPACIOUS and lovely residence (Buck) Johnson. FR6219.. RemodelingNEED
2 air conditioners. FHA. 1515 NE ileges.Small down payment, VA
6th Terr. Call for appt. 3728629. mortgage. Phone 376-1583. PARRISHAND available for June occupancy. Heavy duty equipment digging
Beautiful hardwood floors, pine clearing. dragline. bulldozer. Old A NEW Florida room. car.
NEW LISTING WHY PAY RENT? REALTY COMPANY panelling. three large bedrooms reliable fir I m. Phone Melrose port. patio. screened-ln porch
.FINLCY SCHOOL Vi block from. YOU can have a complete finished ASSOCIATES INC. Multiple Listing Member two tiled baths, spacious I 475-4403 etc.? Call now and get It dons

3 BR 2 bath. central heating block home on your lot with Member Multiple Listing 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 entertaining area. Pricedat for the summer month Call
atd air conditioning. fireplacekit. no down payment by Statewide H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham Associates: Pete Sing $24500 and already con- $500 DOWN-YES. only $500 down 3728649 after 5 PAL for free
equipped 2200 sq. ft. living builders. For Information call Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish Jan Caldwell F. W. Hodge nected to city sewers. with conventional financing Central CarpentryWORK estimates.

I area. 723 NW 19th St. FR 2-8071. 376-7788. 19 NE First St. Tel. 3725375. Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman AIR CONDITIONED for the sum heat & AIR CONDITION.ING. .
._ Charlie Mayo Jim Greene mer weather that Is almost here. 3 large bedrooms. 2 baths wanted: Carpenter desires BUILDING. remodeling patntmo;
1800 square feet of well arranged -' extra large living room & din I work. Repairs remodel I n g. block and cement work Good

IN THE freshly decorated living I ing area built-In kitchen, large Ph. W102 work.1172- Good prices. Phone 4ot>

i FUN FORDYCEREALTOR area; two car enclosed! gar Fla. room. foyer. oak strip
age and such a convenient floors. double garage. C h 0 Ice ConcreteCONCRETE

location for less than 22000. westslde location. HURRY. Call Upholstery
00. 3764817 for appt. to see. ImmedIate
occupancy. Air ConditioningART
finishing. Walks, UPHOLSTER
your furniture at
J. W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor NEAR UofF 3 bedroom 1 bath drives patios slabs and shuffleboard reasonable prices. CH Sally

( CB on shady lot in excellent resIdential BALLAir etc.. expertly done. Estimates Experienced. FR 6-9881.
Member Multiple Listing conditioning Call 3723884 anytime
New Listing 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-M04 area. $11,000; $350 down (Hot Air-Hot water) heating and

4 bedroom. ASSOCIATES: appx. $72 per. mo. incL T & I. refrigeration. Ph. 372-1685. U SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS
2!& bath recently completed Call 376-0817. Cosmetics
Colonial Inspired. Exclusively Floy Mathiasen Irene BunnellA. Years Experience.

designed for the Young W. Reece. Capt.. USN Ret..
SUNBOATS RED BRICK We have severalof POSITIONS open for l ladies an I do sewing of all
Executive. 1 bedroom and bath
separate from main living area LOW DOWN PAYMENTMAKE these charming red brick I Appliance Repair & Gainesville & surrounding areas. kinds & Dressmaking. Mrs. W.

NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA whlcn may be used for study or OFFER on 3 bedroom, 1 homes in different price ranges Air Conditioning For details call o' write. to Mrs C. Asbeil 3436 N.W. 17th Terrace
with terms to suit.
den. with prefmished die r r y bath home convenient location. All have. Johnnie Turner, Na. .. Dist. Di- 3720655.ALTERATIONS.
paneled walls. Ideal location and quiet neighborhood, fireplace in oakstrip floors, fireplace separate rector ftf- Vlvane Woodard Cosmetics -I
living room. Large screen porch. dining rooms. CALL US fll- phone 376-1488 or 624 N. on women'sclothing
& MOTORS must be seen to appreciate all alto
further details on these better A-l HANDYMAN
FHA Appraisal. $10,750.
BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATIONWHO the extras. Only 2230000. Consult belts. &
_ built homes. First in air conditioning and Appliance dressmaking. Call
Fordyce & Associates, InCw 372-8891.


HUNTER Fiberglass Fishing I ir Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR PRICED. comfortable located 3 bedroom 2 bath AIR- BENNY GRAYFOR Sewing Machine
I Boat Introduced by FRANK $49.50 Cypressgardens 3 bedroom. 2 bath. Florida CONDITIONED home in N. W. FIRE RepclrsCALLSEWING

I PHILPOTT THE TACKLE BOX GOOD YEAR"O'e"VICE STORES room, screened porch cen- section. Taste fully decorated Efficient Quality EXTINGUISHER CO.
EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL "'The Heart Of East Gainesville- 725 N. Main 3723537 type of view. Year round tral heat. Owner Is m Ying. See living room with fireplace. Separate Service J. Reasonable Rates Sales and Service MACHINE SER
CHARGE Check with CharlieFR home. beautiful spacious this before you buy. Dining room. Excelle n t CALL 3764879THE All types of Fire Extinguishers VICE CO. 815 W. University
2-1791. grounds. Lake Santa Fe frontage financing Only 21000. Call Pick up and delivery service Ave. 376-1075. We repair all

FRANK PHILPOTT'S boathouse dock workshop CHOICEONE 376-0817. C. R. Thomas Ph. 3764989 _Multx Went fuMv giaraMe.-.f.
SAVE $355 on 15 ft. Lone Star air conditioning. washer, dryer APPLIANCE Gainesville" Fla.
List of Classifications to choose ACRE building lots. lust outside
SPORT CENTER Fiberglass rvn-.bout with Hurricane words cannot describe the extras MEDICAL CENTER Tires
Home of Hunter Fiberglass trailer and 1964 40 h.p. from and beauty. Due to Illness City Limits. Beautifully REDFRANKS. REALESTATE Alignment
Fishing Boats."Where elect. starting Johnson motor owner must sacrifice. now wooded. Terms.ALACHUA. Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor SPRING CLEANING clean garages Mortgage BrokerFHA Brake Service

$179] $26.00800. Consult Fordyce aV Myrtle Lassiter AssociateW. utility and storage rooms.
Quality Sells Itself MARINE% CENTER--- Skiing Swimming.Diving. Associates, Inc., 376-1236. REALTYAssociates E. 'BiII- Harris Associate Carry off accumulated "Junk"
I BAIRD'S 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 3764817 Also repair appliance 376-4949 and conventional at lowest VACATION SPECIAL
NW. 14th Ave. 601 S. Main FR 2-1531. Fishing Equipment.FR Nit,.. OH 37-2977 current rates. Terms to 25years. -
20 ON
famous nationally known Mohawk
Will discuss
gladly at
J 2-5011 or FR 64893.Man. FISHING DEAL Duplex Member Multiple Listing Service tires . Save feron
Appraisal Call tomorrow.J. vp
12 ft. plywood skiff barrentine Safety Items. Money In the bank will be yours Arie T. Smith Associate 38 Real Estate Wanted W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor 54% new tire*. See our new
Thru Frl 54 pm. SaL '4Sim trailer, 1964 SV* pip Johnson with this wonderful bargain. In- Mabel L. Gore 376-2448 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 24494 wrap around retread mat give
N.E. 1st
:-; Motor. All for $470. Better check Golfing Equipment. come nets approximately $5000 635 WANT TO BUY FRED B. ARNOLD more mIleage aV traction. Lftmr -

_- .- on this. a .month. Good Mortgage. low REALTOR FRED B. ARNOLD Tire Ce. *M N. MMSf.:
._. BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER Tennis Equipment. taxes. Call today. Fordyce & Associates 2 or 3 bedroom home with REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL REALTORFHA ,

Inc. 376-1236. family room and 2 baths. Kitchen SERVICE AND CONVENTIONALLOANS WINDOW CLEANIt-G!
601 S. Main 2-8531
Baseball Equipment. Open must be equipped. Central 121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH 3723522

heat preferred. Must be priced 121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723522
Want Ads Where to Fish. Bedroomsgalore right with reasonable down pay. Auto Equipment WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned
washed 10
In this home FIVE and even House ment. Write to Box 365-A.
5V4 per cent interest. Terms to yrs. experience.. Free estimate
: : : Plus many many more. ta spread a Florida out room in. Under Is available$28,000 Sun. HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt fc 25 years. Phone FR 2..".,

BE CAREFREE _ _ sa call today for more Info WOULD like to assume mortgageon exchanged Repair kits for BUY BUILD REFINANCE
3 or 4 BR house In Finleyares. Walker Jack*. Factory authorized Call
.- ,Get Results Enjoy a dean and healthy pool. ADVERTISE IN THESERVICE sociates.matlon. Consult Inc. 376-1236.Fordcye & As ; April to 19< ,P.M.1964I Univ. Write P. 0. Box 13872 Walker Hydraulic Jack 825 NW 13 Dan St. Ph. FR 22511 ADVERTISE Ef THE
Stat. Byrd
Master Pool Service Inc. Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE
Supplies 8. Monthly cleaning 1801 NW 36th Drive SERVICE .. SUPPLY 1314 S. DRECTOEYSun
GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA
Main FR J1497
service FORDYCEASSOCIATES ROOF LEAKING? and conventional loans. Low
FR 2-5343 6-0060 2-3171 ALACHUA HOMES. INC:
rates. Terms to 25
-_ ) BR 2 bath. 2100 sq. n.. central SUN PEAKING? Auto GlassAUTO I years.
_____ I- W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393.
air conditioning & heating. There is no substitute for
INC.Real Completely Insulated, brick exterior. quality service. Call 1 FORDYCE and Associates Inc, Want Ads

MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the Estate Exchangers G.E. range, oven. and I GAINESVILLE ROOFING GLASS t* our enty bustness. with Conventional low rates and and F.HX.long loans term
oTshwasher. Prices start at
Multiple Listing Realtors 372-0296 FREE ESTIMATESALL Immediate installation;

Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 Grace Dudley S.Goutden Fordyce.Associate Broker $15.990 on your lot. Can WORK GUARANTEED I free pickup & delivery. Add loans, our confidential specialty.service.Quick, courteous Cad- Get Results

t U YEAR BONDED SHINGLES beauty .. value to your car. 376-1236 or come by 926 West
Harvey Benton, Associate 376-6690 2233 S. E. Hawthorne Rd. MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. University Avenue. Grace For-
; 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 I 323 N.W. eft St. FR -255S.. dvce. RealtorIT6AYS.nWNKSMC3RE .


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48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.

45 Furnished Apts. 45 Furnished Apts. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. Shadow Lawn Estates I I E. C. "CURLY" ;
; I I Cuatom- llnt homes that look
3 BEDROOM 1 bath. attached custom buit. If yon are tired
2 Furnished apts. S Si & 460. Pnone
TWO> bedroom furnished apt. I 312-1823 or 3753794 SURPRISE HURRY garage. Air conditioner. $100 of homes with that gab-d)9i- :I KUEHN, JR.
near Univ.& Alachua General Above average desirable HOUSESfor month. 720 N.W. 20th Ave. FR non look ce* Homes. LoU. Income. Business -F. D. OLIVER
Hospital. Ph. FR 4-7955. Gainesville 46 Unfurnished Apts. rent or lease. Varied sizes- 21485. Avail. May 1. F. D. Oliv r. Bid,. and Lake Property.
or write R. T. Stroud. P. O. furnished and unfurnished. Some I Fh. FK S864 I Firms and Acreage
AVAILABLE April 25 to Aug 25.
Box 365. St. Augustine. air conditioning. FR 4-5814. West .. NW 39th E. "CURLY""
2 I BEDROOM large Jiving room. near city park. shopping. I Ae. pest KUEHN. Jr.
kitchen equipped. Couple pre- I FURNISHED house for rent near schools. 3-4 BR. LR. DR. Kit. the Gte. Spring! Interseetwa. I3a N. MAD ST. !
2 large Ut floor private
rooms ferred. No Have been renting to four See sin .* left. FR2032 Broker FR65M '
children or pets Univ. equipped $100 mo. FR -2493.
Univ. Ave.
bath adults. 706 E.
Phone FR 24857. boys. Phone FR 4-7955 Ganes-- 1 I INVITES YOU P
MOBILE HOMES. nice and clean I stifle or write R. T. Stroud P. O. FOR RENT C room house unfurnished -
paved streets, swimming pool. TWO bedroom duplex kitchen Box 365. St. Augustine. 104 S.W. 10th St. Call fR I .

couples only. Phone 372.229 1 See at equipped.4166 NW 58 6th$ per St. month. I 3 BR, living rm., dining; rm.. $100 t-3830. FRESH AS SPRING EYES RIGHT! I
I 4 Br. 2 bat:,.
per mo. 106 NW 10th St. Prefer equippedkit Separate living-
3 BR. Ig. family rm.
NEW 1 BR duplex apt. kitchen :
dining room. Oversized
47 Houses for male students. McKinney Green separate dining rrru. swimming See real dream
equipped. $40 per month 01 a Rent Furn. I ; many I pool with bath living in Shadow I
Inc. FR 23617. house.
years lease. Ph. 3764372 days. I built-ins. Large beautiful lot I Family room with fireplace. Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. .
376-7327 1 BR. 2 BEDROOM CCB furnished Available now thru August. $135 D. Oliver. Bldr..
evenings. house suitable for couple or Acre lot. Under const. 3 Br
one person only, !C0 a month house Wall to wall carpet no per mo. 5010 Newberry Road. FR 2 bath. Ph; FR 2-0864
v3Jh light hot & cold water inbest _2-4762. 4-7749 For rent, $85 month. 2 bedroom I lot. Go out NW 16th Ave. to the Glen Springs intersection.
part Of city. $35. 321 N.E. 1 BEDROOM house furnished. 25R. 732 NW 23rd Blvd. J95 per house S.E. 72nd St. 2 blocks W. I 43rd St. intersection turn right. See sign en left.
3rd St.CLEAN Fenced yard. Screened porch. mo. Call McKinney Green. Inc. of Newnan's Lake. Reliable : Go approx. 1 mile see sign on t
: Carport. N. W. Section. No FR 23617 party only. Available May 1st. 1 len.I .
and neat near campus Phone FR 6-7567 after 7 p.m. I -=
drinking T. O
and shopping one bedroom pre.tec no pets. $47.58 per 2 BEDROOM. 1 bath. Near Uni- i 1ETROUER
married tenants. Call any month. Phone FR 2.2438. versify and J. J. Finley School. UNFURNISHED 3 BR house. Stove I BUILDERFR NEW HOMES
time.Ralph. I 12 BR. CCB furnished N. E. sec Phone FR 2.1517 Sundays. Weekdays & refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. j I 6,3811WATCH .
( FOSSEY Realtor lion. Call FR 2.7154. 462-1119 1121 .N. W. 6th Ave. Phone FR -570 after 5:30 !
11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 I Ave. P oM. for appt. 1Ii1u4JjTO
Selling Florida Since 1904" 2 BR, CB A-C home. Large lot. j
Can be seen Sat & Sun. 210 !E WALTER
2 ROOMS and bath. 1st floor, excellent NW 33rd Avenue FR 6-2795. ; 48 Houses for Rent Unfarn. FOR .
location $40 a mo. including FURN. Room for rent. Prefer I i NICE IMPORTANT STUBBS,

most utilities. Adults grad. student (woman) or work. FOR RENT unfurnished' 2 BR ANNOUNCEMENTCooperative INC. OPEN HOUSE
only. Call FR 4-8063. ing lady. Reasonable rent. FR house $40 per mo. unfurnished : SEPARATE GARAGE apartments to
bedroom 4-4077. 2 BR duplex apt SiO per mo. be built in Gainesville. For
Very clean nicely: furnished 1 f ;' Bedroom home for lease. Located
bath. I Call FR 4-7444 information call FR -2921or
apartment. Tile $45.
in nice quiet neighbor-
_733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 60644AIRCONDITIONED May 1st. 3 BR, 1 bath. We have many attractive rentals I hood. Kitchen equipped with write: 1321 N.W. lath AVE. 4 BEDROOMAND
rm. dining rm. & kitchen.
} P.
-Call Box
us Frigidaire refrigerator stove 13956
apartment 1bedroom Carport screened porch air conditioner I
and patio with cook- central heat swimmingpool I MARY MOELLER, REALTOR and flat top hot water heater. Gainesville, Fla. PHONE 376-5394
out. Near Medical Center and privileges tor sm. fee. Good I 11019 W. Univ FR 6-4471 Tiled kitchen, tiled baths and i PLENTY OF FAMILY LIVING
ifniv. Call FR 2.3488 or 4-4360. neighborhood in NE section. $150 shower. Floor furnace with University Park
per mo. Call 3727111 or FR 4- Available within two weeks. threeor thermostat. Window air condi- "We Trade Houses"W4tL' WE'LL BE LOOKING FOR YOU
2 as, well furn. 1st floor duplex. 6201. four bedrooms two baths tioned. Beautiful screened: in i Apts. I
Quiet near campus. Air cond. $12500 per month unfurnished porch. Nice floors. Home completely __
Accept 3 mature, quiet men NICE 2 BR house large screened near schools, lease required. Call equipped with Venetian
students. 374-4494. Near porch. Antenna furnished. KirkpatricK Agency, FR 2-8404 blinds. This home Is Ideal for I Drive West on NW 39th Ave. past the Glenn Springs intersection.See .
bus line & stores. Adults 31 N. Main St.
MORE space and privacy awayfrom small families or retired couple.
.campus clean 2 BR. CCB preferred. 376-5803. 108 N.W. 35th Street. 3 BR.. 2 More interested In good neighbors Sign on Left.
dooe... fenced yard $80 a mo. I FOR RENT 3 BR.. 2 story frame bath 2-car carport, avail. now. and tenants than amountor
376-788X house. Kitchen furnished, some Near Schools key at 305 N.W. rent. Call owner after 4. Telephone : FR 2-0866
MODERN I other furniture. See at 120 35th St. FR 29684 after 4:30 or j FR 4-5464.
EFFICIENCIES A Ir I N. W. fib St. Call FR -2393.. Sundays. S-Bedroems
conditioned Phone A. E. Harp I -
33 2
i SHELL Per Mo 12 Years
3 BEDROOM air-conditioned Apt.
blocks from campus. Low summer
rates available March 1.

_3720481. i OPEN HOUSEL'

fOR RENT or sale 1 x 49 2 BR r ... ,
mobile home. Lot 29, Ideal Trailer
Park. Phone owner. 372-4985.

NICELY furnished convenient i i I ,
downtown area. $75. Also garage '
act. air conditioned.: $90 Adults Inside 100% I < -, .
onlY. no pets. Inquire Lillian's Finishing Extra. Financing I
_Music Store. Choose from M options Na Money Down'
r 21 Models to choose
1 BR. furnished Apt. Lg. living installed or furnished.
Rm.. kitchen. private entrance ko115 .. .
& bath. Half block from cam- FREE!' 32-paga Cdolog explains aS. ..
pus. Available April 20th. Couple .
preferred. Ph. FR 6-7441 or i
FR 6-6112 after 4pm.EXCELLENT !
Jim Walter
2 BR. air cond. 3
bids from campus. Couples.
children under 3 All elec.
$110 Ph. 376-U96. OCALA FLORIDA 1813 Jacksonville Road '- .-
P. O, Box 954 Phone: 622-8118
CCB duplex. 1 bedroom. spacious
cabinets and closets. Quiet .
-- ----
location. Call FR 2.9764.

GRAD. or upper ell.,. engr. stu- I -
dent wanted to share 2 BR a-e :
duplex at 125 NE ith Ave. I
$50 mo Marvin Moss 6-2365 or I
Univ. 2986.
FIVE room furnished apt. clean I i SHOWING AGAIN TODAY
& comfortable water furn. $75
per mo. Adults only. no pets.
Can be seen at 225 SW 2nd St.. I
Phone 374-4037. : 4 all new furnished homes at Highland Court .

WELL furnished 3 room apt., prl- L '
vat. bath 1st floor. Phone 372- -

5435. .. I Manor, today from 1 to 6 p.m. Free Pepsi's. .. ,

$75 MO. .
Month to month rental or lease to d

suit. tenant-1 available bedroom at 1204 NW furnishedApt. 23rd ? Your Key fo Good Living For all details see back page of this section!

Blvd. Ph. FR 6-2472 Wese- I I
man Realty1113 N. Main St. li A HUGH EDWARDS HOME
I .
FOR RENTfur nished trailer. ff

thorne Large lot.Rd Private about 3 well.miles.Haw-$45. SUNDAY, APRIL 19-2 to 5 P.M. J"O Colonials from $93 per month 'I... '. .

Phone FR 41498.a .

ROOMS and bath apartment. i J it 0 1 Vz bath homes from $77 per mo. rs
Nicely located. Call. FR 4-5821. 711 NW 20th Ave.

Come by 622 N. E. 1st Street.BR"I 1 0 Florida modern brick fronts from $95
FURNISHED apt. Larg1
Can be seen from 1:30 p.m. to I .; per month
4. No pets or children. $60. 376- ATTRACTIVE STORY HOME ON LARGE WOODED SITE. .
1321. I' 0 Screened porch homes from $85

jf dining BR furnished rm.. kitchen.apt., living private rm. 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, DEN, MODERN KITCHEN WITH I per month

bath. Adults anly. Married ;
couple or 2 or 3 sober male ,'I O Calif moderns from $84 mo.
students. No pets. $100 per G.E. CENTRAL HEAT, LARGE LIVING I
month. Apr. 20 through August. '
_Can Ph. FR be seen-7212.DUPLEX. at. 414 NE 2nd St. 'I, ROOM WITH FIREPLACE. $600 DOWN PAYMENT TO I :..

1 BR. near Univ. 328 -
NW 14th St. Avail May 1 or i FHA !! -- Pay Only $100 Closing -' ,-
sooner. $83. Call 3765190.F ., .
1-1 BR apt. 2-2 BR apts. 503 : INSURANCE. 'I
NICE downstairs apt. close-in : PRICE $17,000REALTY I! i--- Sales Office Located
private entrance util. furn. Nice
downstairs corner rm. $31 SE : At NE 23rd Blvd.

2nd PL FR 22582. I I! Hugh Edwards Inc. and 11th Terrace

McCOY'SMacoma 1\\ N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. 372-1551 1 BUILDERS and DEVELOPERS Phone 372-3471

Homes, A R N 0 LD COMPANY I .

Inc.For I .e vyrP: j I 4 w

Sale very attractive 3- i

bedroom. 1 bath home. 4617 1 1219 V/ Univ. Ave. wM
Ph. 372-3522
E. University Ave.j walking : I ,
distance to Lake Forest d a ;
Schools. Price $17,500 $500 !
down and S79. O month. C
per ------- -
Call Gerald or V Q. McCoyJr.
Day FR 67290. nights FR .
4-501S. Office corner N. Main i R dyk + A r
6 ct
73rd Blvd. a
and $ Fy

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I Norwood a I II y 'r t > rr'

Hope II i JOIN THE 1

"H" Inc. i ..

I Ii We Trade Homes i 1 r 41't
I or Property HOMEOWNERS IN A FRIENDLY 131 t t a 1 t 3 1

i i
Th, following are ready for =
occupancy. =I
i 1115 N.W. 40th Dr. II I.FERNWOOD f
3 BR. 2 bath. $350 dn. $130 i:
3 per mo. | if e

i 1115 N.E. 5th St. I
4t Y' "R,6 4r 1
3 BR. 2 bath. $350 dn. $113 i
5 per mo. iI MANOR kr

r 1216 N.E.17th Ave. IH I t

5 BR. 1 bath $350 dn. $M .- i
H per mo. EI :' 1! r, :
j j Choice Surburban Living I -- .a"YsI
1442 NE 16th PI. I,
3 BR r,> bath $400 down. E
(9| per mOo I Prime NW Locationi ?}s

11702 N.W. 38th Dr. I i a y } ,
I v Close Schools {
t to
z 3 8 R. 3 bath $350 dn. $87 | a. _
per mo. 5 i I
I i All Services I
4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI. I City a.s .
4518 & 4608 SE 2nd M. I 1
3 BR. 1 bath $500 on. "' |i ri f ''r.k

oer mo. |I '

g 303 SE 38th St. !;

e 304 & 314 SE 39th St. i :
BR, 1 bath $500 dn. $64 II ;
13 E I "mo. iTfw !E"V ,

rotiowmg are under construction i II$ t
1 and will be ready f 55 Palm View Estates .--
for occupancy soon. I .

3224 29th Ave. : 3 2
1 BR. 2 bath $750 dn. $101 |
per mo |! !
F $16,000 to $20,900L

3236 NW 29th An.S !II I
BR 2 bam $700 dn. $91 \ as L\\ Monthly Payments

per mo. |i I FHA low as ?OUU Dn. From . . $1 01

4 NW 3301 30th& 3311 Ave. |I II Model Home Close-out!

4 BR 2 bath $450 dn. $91 |I .
per mOo \I' Fernwood Manor -

3236 & 3224 !i
j 3-Bedrooms 1 & 2-Bath Homes r home at real You act quickly
NW 30th Ave. 1 Here's a chance to own a professionally landscaped a savings' must
3 BR 2 bath, $4Cfl dn. t6 j

per mo. j F NO DOWN VA Monthly PaymentS These homes are selling at a record pace. See why Pine Foreest is Gainesville's fastest growing com

3330 & 3320 j S $74i'
NW 30th A"e. : FHA i:. as $400 Dn. . . .
i munity. '
3 BR 1 bath Jiifl dn Vt.50 i i
per mo. !

1 if / start of just $100 down

124 FOR Sf RENT 7th St. i' BUTLER BROS, Builders VM 5 (no closing) 'P ite otCdt

9 BR 1 Bath ClI / start at just $450 down

1 Year Lease. $100 per Ata. j ji i "Professional/ Homes for Professional People"Sales rnA 5 (Imo closing) SOp1'l10 M

I II"''''.
;; Office: N.W. 39th Terrace and 16th Ave. Homes priced from13f650$18300 /y/OiTTV
OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY i Phone: FR 2.9545 or Nights and Holidays FR 6-9048
$ =
SEEING ANYTIME IF : > ; sw By Quality-Minded Hugh Edwards Inc.
1123 $.E. STREET "'"wTtasut 372-1551
& Streets
FR 44301 I er FR 4-791 N.E. 16th Are 15th '


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48 House for Rent Unfurn. 51-A Wanted T. Rent 59 Monty Wanted 64 Household Goods 66- Misc. -For Sale 66 MIse .For S.le. -- -

I 66 MIse.For Sale.
> BR house for rent. Inqulr. at WANTED BEAUTIFUL, colorful mounted U I
unfurnished house out-
1340 SE 24th Ave. or phone FR Side of city limits. Call between MONEY NEEDEDON saifflsh. T". By A Pfleguer. freezer
,0-5C36. House located at 1111 SE 1-00 *M. and 4:00 P.M. FR 1st MORTGAGE 42 Refrigerators and Guaranteed from $39 Miami, Fla. Only $145. The Tackle Ing SIM. Call 376-0020. MUST Goods. SELL misc. household f,* Berkley MotorsTOPCONDITIONED
4th St. 4-2877. up Box U99 Hawthorne Rd. Moving out of state. Come
I to 10 per cent Common Interest f Ranges from $39 up 2 BR suites 1 living rm.suite rummase all day
FOR RENT 5 room house in San-' PHYSICIANS family of 3 desires 3 not exceed appraisal of 10 17 Washers from $19 up SINGER AUTO ZIG ZAG with end table & coffee table after 4 PM. weekdays.Sunday 418 NW or I
Fe. Fla. Call 442-1923 or 4421170. bedroom 2 bath unfurnished per cent. For details call S Dryers from $49 up Drop-in cams for decorative designs dinette set refrlg. I desk. 9th Ave.
Earl HilL home. Phone FR 23021. 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up ,, buttonholes monograms, All in modern. Call FR 6-2155. I
121 N. W. 25th Street dose to 376-0213 2 Dishwashers from tag up sews on buttons etc J7.00 per MOVING must sacrifice Ca- NEW Gibson electric guitar and e
10 TV Sets amplifier, $195. t t I
Univ. 3 bedroom. 1 bath from $35 up mo. Balance S6S. ItS W. Univ. loric call after 6 p.m. I
52 Boarders stove dresser
Wanted JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Ave. Phone 376-107 vanity ::172-1570.
range and refrigerator. $110 chairs Hollywood beds Good
419 NW Sth AVC.PIU 372-5303 I
Mo. or can furnish air con den 61 Wanted to Buy NEW 1964 condition. FR 6-0419. DONT merely brighten your carpets -
' at higher rate. FR 6- ROOM and board for girls. Private GE electric stove $25 Crosley Refrigerator Automatic Zg Zags drop In 2 TON Fedder's window type air ..BIue Lustre ttlem..ellmlnat.
.bath use of washing machine WANTED: water cooler must be $75. bookcase bed cams for fancy stitches, button conditioner guaranteed perfect rapid resoillng. Rent electrIC
a BR. HOUSE with 8Vi acres. 425 N.E. lit Street. Phone priced reasonable and hi good $15. matching dresser $20. holes a p p liques monograms, First $700 gets It. Phone shampooer $1. McDanlell
located In Orange Heights. If FR 44083 working condition. Call 1 3724441 I metal bookcases $3 ea. kitchen etc. S50 up. Easy terms. Sewing 376-1206 or 3764439. Furniture Co. Gainesville Shop'
Interested call 468-171. Waldo. ext. 20 8-5 weekdays.WE table & chairs $5. kitchen cabi- Machine Service Co. ItS W. Univ. ping Center.
Fla. I 54 Business Rentals nets $3. coffee table and end tables Ave. Ph. 3761075.SPORTERIZED GOING out of the building busi-
BUY and sell all kinds of furniture $30. Call FR 6-5381. ness. Will sell all kinds and AND
9 BR unfurn. house, avail about stoves refrigerators 30-06 and Savage sizes of doors for Vt price. Also HOOVERUpright SAVE-SAVE-SAVE!
-April 11* no pet.. Nice fenced GARAGE space for rent 61) S.W. clothes radios, TV. etc. Call Hornet rifles both excellent target door locks and hinges. Various new $49.95. used $37.95.
back yard. $75 per month. Phone 2nd St. Call John Merrill Real- FR 23937. 65 Antiques sights ammo available; electrical lights and fixtures, Uk.
376-7768. tor. FR 2-1494. once fired 38 Spec and 222 cases also lalousles and awnings windows new.GUARANTEED
FENCE WANTED for reloaders. 38 Spec and 45 and various types of mould-
3BR, 1 bath cent heat bullt- AIR CONDITIONED ANTIQUE ORGAN $49 China ammo regular and match; camp ing. FR 6-048 between 10 AJM. 712 KIRBY N. Main.SALES FR 4-7110& SERVICE T-BIRD, Landau fully equipped
.In stove. Avail.May 1st. J120 NEARLY new Chain link preferred. Redwood stove cabin tent or 4-1117.
modern office or cabinet $17 Victorian mirror $10 with fly; 3'4 and 6 PM. including air conditioning $4995
4 per mo. on yearly lease.. :3904SW location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. acceptable. I will move U. Phone 513 N.W. 8th Ave. HP Rotary Mower like new BRAND NEW
37th St. FR -4711. Ph. FR 4-2472 Weseman Realty FR 47110 after 4 FR 4-1117. unused 6x30 Pecar Binocular. GOOD used refrigerator S60. cad -
6 ROOMS. S12S per month near 1113 N. Main St. ANTIQUE roll top desk for sale. Dayton VtHP Elec Motor W to FR 6-4284. 1944 UNIVERSAL ZIG ZAG. 64 CHEVROLET Super Sports. 4-speed
Univ. Stove ft refrigerator turn. SMALL Warehouse for rent. Call 64 Household Goods Good working condition. Needs 2" Pipe Threading Kit, V." and CLEAN your rugs & upholsterywith makes button holes appliques, trans. 2,500 actual miles. Bucket
Gladys Smith Realtor 1228 W. Dan Byrd. 3722511. refinishing. $125. Phone FR 6- W Magnetic Tape Leroy Lettering amazing Lustre Foam. Use fancy stitches sews on buttons
Univ. 3725393. 8864. Set. Micrometers assorted our applicator free. Call Home etc. Only sea or $&50 per mo. seats radio heater. Save! ------$3095
OFFICE SPACE for rent. 426 N. MAYTAG. WHIRLPOOL S. KEL- tools all bargains 372- Beautiful Furniture, 1703 N. 815 W. Untv. Ave. 376-1075. Free
49 Rooms For Rent Main St. Phone 374-1480 If no VINATORS. New automatic 8027. Main St. delivery within( 35 miles.MERCURY 59
--- answer 372-1823. .washers from $138.99. 66 Misc. For Sale -- RENAULT Dauphine. Extra extra

30 x 40 CCB warehouse with rest- New New Freezers Refrigerators from from $15888.$139.95.New clean. . . . . . $695
ROOMS Weekly maid
for men. room drive-In door parking excellent I
service linens and refrigerator location. 523 W. Univ. Icemaker refrlg. from $279.95. I KEROSENE H.W. heater 30 gaL I
furnished. 372-1185 or 372-1981. Ave. In rear. $75 per m 0 n t h. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL excellent condition. Save money. 63 CHEVROLET Sport Coupe extra
4U NE 2nd Ave. _Ph. 374-1204 THE VARIETY STORE It. Make reasonable offer. Call
or 374449. See clean.
7 SE. 1st AvenueFR 3765190.STRAWBERRIES Low mileage . . $2695
DESIRABLE single room ad id- 6344.USED .
cent to battuse of refrigeratorand 56 Business OpportunitiesBUS. for sale. 25 cts.
phone gentleman only. 1414 APPLIANCES quart, you pick them. Just off 63 CORVETTE Sting Ray, hardtop and

N.W. 12th Rd. FR 6-2M4. OPFT. for part-time or Refrigerators RANGES FROM from 4995.$3995. Lawtey and State Farm road. soft tops . . . . .$3995
FOR businessman. Large bedroom semi-ret person. A few hours TV om MOBILE HOME CENTRAL AIR fast deal
meals.private bath 306 N.E.Facilities 7th for Avenue.light aspirin a week and collecting and servicing WE SERVICE WHATf STORE WE SELL COLEMAN.CONDITIONING SYSTEMS BY 56 FORD Fairlane 4-dr. sedan. Extra
stamp machines. THE VARIETY
1 FR 21708. Write: S. A. Shafer 3506 NW 1 S.E. 1st AvenueFR Phone Dan FR 60267. clean . . . . . $595
SINGLE or double room In large 11th Ave.. Gainesville.A 4-3484. A-l HANDYMAN SHOP in
cool rooming house. 2 blocks First In Appliance Repairs town
GOOD grocery store. Low over- CHEST $7, youth bed $10 card 55 FORD Convertible, auto. trans.,
off Kitchen living Rm.
campus. head. If you have small. table $1, dresser $6 platform RIFLE 270. mauser act Ion, ,
& maid service. Call FR 2.2726. payment and good collateral down or rocker $>. wardrobe $10, playpen chrome lined barrel, glass radio, heater. Good top . $595
Room. Men double or single. credit see me quick. rye got to $7. baby bed $12 buffet $12- belled custom stocked. 4 power
Separate from main house. sell now! Ph. FR 6-7231. After Used furniture bought & sold. scope. extras. Trade for excellent 62 AUSTJN HEALEY, Mark I II( '3000'
2636V NW. 2nd Avenue. Phone 7 p.m., and all day Sun. Call Brants. 513: N.W. 8th Ave. Closed arched top Gibson guitar.
FRe7784.. Shown by appoint FR 2-0441. Mondays. Box 1074, Yankeetown Fla. roadster . . . . $2095

102 NW 13th St. Men .W o men.

day rooms week and, month.apts. near FR 4-2J37 campus or I OPEN SUNDAY 2-6P.M.
[ ]

per FR 41082.COMPLETE week.. 454-1920.Motel service.Wayfarer$10& No Down Payment! I Man!

Star Motels. 1 mile S. of High
Springs Hwy. 41. 63 PONTIAC 2-dr. hardtop loaded

NICE Quiet bedroom for rent. 21 months before YOUR first including factory air . . $2995
Businessman or nice sober stu-
dent. $35 per mo. 414 NE 2nd 62 CHEVROLET Impala 4dr. sedan.
St. FR 4-7212.
CLEAN quiet corner room forman -i J Air conditioned too! . . $2295
In private home. Outside Payment due. (July 2 1964))
entrance. Off. street parking 60 CHEVROLET Impala 4dr. sedan.
FR 23111.
space. Summer rates.
Cleanest one in this area . .$1695
These reconditioned. Some have paint jab
SETTLED woman. Share new cars are completely new ,

home.Reasonable.Pine Forest.Apply Sun.Private or bath.after lame have brand new tires. Every one of them is ready to go! 63 FIAT 1100-D 4-dr. sedan. Radio.
S 2017 NE 15th St.
weekdays. heater . . . . .$1295
PRIVATE room with private bath _

&Interested Avail.FR May 23976.1st. If STOCK YEAR MAKE MONTHLY NO FINER CAR IN ITS 58 FIAT, Spyder . . . $795
ROOMS for rent 1 block from
campus. Close to laundry restaurants PRICE CLASS 61 FALCON ((2 to choose from) 2-dr.

". $21 per, TV 2-privileges.741. S9-A 60 FALCON, 2dr. $48.00 I and 4-dr. Sharp! . . .$1295

NICE room. private entrance & 157-A S9 RAMBLER 4-dr.
$46.50 *
bath, screened porch on side, ,
31st open Ave.porch FR on 2-0779.back. B65 N.W. 82-A 59 MERCURY $53.75 up 13101 No Better Value Test the Sunbeam "Imp"

1\f./ ATTRACTIVE entrance. In room quiet modern with private home. 138-A S9 RAMBLER, Wagon $53.75 Around! 16 Unique Sports Car features

Kitchen privileges. Ideal for U off
36-8' 59 OPEL 2-dr. $31.00
F student. FR 27883. O Racing style engine

I a BLOCKS from campus, low summer 202-A 59 BORGWARD, 2-dr. $24.00 .
1y rates. Cheaper by the tri 40 Miles per gallon of gasoline
mester. For appointment to seer G-A 58 FORD, 4-dr. $34.00

r call 372-0481. 51-A 57 IMPERIAL. Loaded nice. $46.50 EASY TERMS! 5,000 mile service interval
ONE or two girls to share house, .

kitchen privileges Call FR 2.1054 homelike after atmosphere 5 33-C 57 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. $31.00 INSTANT APPRAISALS! $

p-m. t'T A ww 1:7 1495
134.8 57 FORD. WaQon $24.00 b -H
10-FT. wide trailer. 2 BR. $75 per
month. Call FR 4-7559. 150-8 57 FORD. 4-dr. $24.00250B IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

321 N.W. lAth St. optional air- 57 STIJD BAKER Wagon !t24.00 sales are up 131*in just a year* --
conditioned, single turn. room. P.O.E.
.I share hooa0 a mo. plus OOt6EWBfld'sDurability Champion! WIDE MODEL SELECTION
U-17 55 CHEV. 2-dr. Nice.
utilities FR 44565. $31.00 .-Same prlod'6!n.6JCRANE

ROOM convenient FOR to RENT campus thru summer.use of Lots of Other Models for Less Money!
1 swimming pool. Reason able Barkley Motors"In
rent. Ph. FR 44714.
A NICELY furnished room convenient Lincoln-Mercury
to town & Univ. Phone Ridgway Motor (0. I I"It's
t FR 4-S981. ( SW 10th St.
the Auto Game Berkley's the Name"
Easy to Trade With Crane lincoln.Mercury"SOG
51-A Wanted To Rent

.j" WANTED furnished house or apper 1132 South Main St. FR 28433It E. University Ave. FR 2-4251 I 2201 N. Main FR 2-4373

:' ment. 2 bedroom 1 bath. Price _.____ __ o_ -
-' Vt to $85. Call W. T. Grant Co.
I .
374-4273. -- -- -



63 v
BUICK e . $2195
U Special deluxe 4-dr sedan Automatic transmission all vinyl

Tropical Pontiac Interior.63 Shall IUKU TOWN"Northcentral

. $3695 KEETER's

k Electra 44r sedan. Factory air conditioning. Power steering.
64 PONTIAC TRADE-INS brakes and windows and seats. 1-Owner, local trade In. Cleans

AT GIANT DISCOUNTS! 63 VW . . $2195 Florida's Largest Ford Dealer

Deluxe bus. Divided front seats. Side curtains Radio, heater

SAVE UP TO $300.00 scat belts. Low mileage. OVER 250 NEW & USED CARS TO CHOOSE FROMBRAND

63 PONTIAC-Was $2995, Now $2795 $1495
V4 Ton pickup truck. Turquoise finish. Excellent condition.

Catalina hardtop coupe, V-8. automatic transmission NEW O Self Adjusting .
i power steering and brakes. Power seats radio, heater 62 CHEVROLET $2495Impala 1964 FALCON Brakes
and factory air, conditioning! White with red interior.
low 2-dr sedan Super Sports, power steering and brakes. Air
1-Owner, ,mileage. conditioned radio,. heater extra clean. 12,000 miles. 6 6,000-miIe Oil

63 CHEV. .. Was $2295. Now $2095 62 FALCON . $1495 EE'S' Change.36OOomile

i Station wagon, deluxe'model.. White with blue interior Automatic
4-oY.. 'sedan, V-S. automatic, power steering radio transmission radio heater. Lubrication
heater. 1-owner low mileage.

62 JAGUAR $3995 -.d Oil Filter
. _
63' :CHEVY II Was $2395 Now $2195
XKE. Solid white finish. o 0 Air Cleaner

6-passenger"station: wagon, automatic radio, heater air
conditioning! Red low mileage. Extra clean. 61 OLDSMOBILE, $1495

F-M deluxe model. V-8 engine automatic radio heater $'

62 FORD .Was ,$1395' .. Now $12954dr. SPECIAL
. ,. $895 SHagva
1 sedan radio, heater. Mr sedan, standard shift, radio heater.

i 61. FORD, .., Was $1695 .. Now $1495 61 VALIANT . $995V200.

'Country sedan stotton/ wagon, automatic radio heater, 2-dr hardtop. Sharp I g
and'brakes air conditioning. -
power steering Factory 1WcM3semor

61 BUICK . $1450

4-dr hardtop. Automatic power steering brakes* radio, heater. lkrrose CllUllW8D111
Attractive royal blue finish. '

N : :. TIL .6 60 BUICK . .$1495 1Y s .

Invicta 44r sedan. Automatic factory air auditioned, radio Ii4w1 om
h Coma'"h .and meat these,courteous salesmen L. t. HTnson. heater. Clean.
BudJhomp B ford fcrunson,,X. G. Clifton F. P. Tun*

UU_ Jerry. -McAllister- 60 CHRYSLER $1495 Mrcanopy

Saratoga 4-dr hardtop. Fully equipped k lochidin air. I Archer

2'TEMPESTr'Was-$1495: : NOW $1295 60 BUICK I . $1495

age.4-dr. Extra sedan clean.automatic radio, heater 1-owner, low mile- LeSabre automatic station transmission.wagon. Power steering, brakes, radio, heater, I I, _f _

61 COMET. Was $995 .. Now $895 59 BUICK $8 95 !
: : :
,i I 4dr. Sedan. Aromatic transmission radio .. MUSTANG HARDTOP FORD causes SQO/X&%-DStBWnOP

2-dr. sedan radio heater! i +

59 MERCURY e $795 :

59 FORD... Was $895 .... Now $695 4-dr. ....... Power steering brakes radio heater automatic I
tranan on. I

4-dr. sedan, automatic transmission radio, heater factory : SEE "THE UNEXPECTED FROM FORD"
air conditioning. Sharp. MONEY DOWN SPECIALS

59 FORD 4-dr. sedan . ., $34.39 per mo.
54 MERC. .... Was $295 .... Now $145 58 BUICK 4-dr. sedan . $32.00 per mo. .

I 57 BUICK! 2-dr. hardtop $29.00 per mo.

4-dr. sedan automatic radio heater. 57 CADILLAC sharp .,.. $42.00 per mo. "Satisfied Customers-Our Most Asset"
57 clean $24.00
Several other low-pric.cI-trlnsporf.ttoJl J canto PLYMOUTH ? per mo. i

choose from. 56 BUICK. 2dr. hardtop $25.00 per mo. r

w 56 OLDS. 2-dr. hardtop $25.00 per mo. I MOTOR

59' E. FORD, a good buy! $17.00 per mo.
r 55 FORD stand shift . $15.00 per mo. COMPANYOPEN


220 N.W. 8th AVE. FR 2-2583 I I 703 N. Main St. FR 6.7571 I 238 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHONE FR 6-5371





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IOC Gainesville Sun Sunday, April 19, 1964

Automotive 77 Mobile' Homes for Sale 83 ;Motorcycles .& Scooters. 85
66 Mi.e .For Sal. 72 Office Equipment forS f. 85 Automobiles for Sale 85 AUTOMOBILES for
SAL I 85 Automobiles for Sale

77 Mobile Homes for Sale 1951 FLEETWOOD, 10x45, 2 bed- VESPA,;like'new with accessories FORD station I PLYMOUTH ii
INTERNATIONAL Harvester re- NATIONAL cash register. 4 total -room, awning and fence $250000 I Cost near S4CO: Immediate sale auto trans., wagon, 1)57 WW, I BRING out the best In your car. CHEVY 54 $95
frigeritor $a. GE range S40. purchased new 3 yrs. ago for $1... TWO bedroom roust hailer, S9u, Paradise l Trailer Court, FR 2- $185: Call 377-7878 Excellent ThUnderbird engine. Superior Auto painting & body FORD 52 jM 1961 FALCON 2 dr., standard shift
Both in good condition. Call Ev- 400. Has been under servicetract con- one bedroom house trailer $750 condition Ph. 372-6869. work. Fast dependable service; FORD 50 ,2j .radio & heater, WWS, extra
Inston 591-2351 after <:30. with manufacturer, full Can be rented. Phone 3768234Monday << 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS FORD 1956. must see to ap free pickup, delivery. WRIGHT'S FORD pick up truck $150 clean. $895. High allowance on
FOR SALE Westinghouse retrlg- time. Will sacrifice for $600. CIII to Friday t .to S. 3270.WYATT preciate\ 1307 E. Univ. Ave. before -- BODY WORKS. 2031 NW tth St. AI Herndon. 916 S.E. 4th St. $265 trade. Phone 3764009.
orator, Older model. In good condition Chambless FR 2-0441, or evenlngs SPRING AUTO 5:00 PJTU _FR -'7117. I TO settle Estate '62 Cadillac
FR 6-544. SPECIAL THIS WEEK TUNE-UP 62 CHEVY Impala convertibleTTn
and reliable. 135. Call Ford 1956 I Coupe DevlNe factory air white
( 376-47U. very 10x50 Mobile home and SO ,'." Your car's pep & power show condition.' stick shift. Excellent LEAVING must sell at once 62 Impale good condition, assume pay with black Interior, best offer.
73 Musical Merchandise lot $4,895. 1 mile S. of Pa IMS Trailer SalesHome up.with a tune-up at BROWN'S 1636 S. E.S39S.3rd Avenue.H 8. H Motors. heater cony. auto trans radio ments of $71 per mo. Call FR Call FR 6-654 or 3723126.
CUSTOMATIC Zig-Zag sewing m- Prairie. All State Mobil Homes.. SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed power steering. Call -.aft- 4-2877 between 8 A.M. t, 4 P'M'
chine in recapping a. FORD er 5 FR 2-4460. 1957 HILLMAN Minx. R&H. good
good condition. Reasonably FR 6.3052FEDERAL wheel alignmenL 1952 4-door. standard trans
prked 3001 SE Hawthorn ORGAN SALEOf of 809 N. Main. FR 4-4310. mission. Good transportation. VW '63 Micro-Bus deluxe 1963 Chevrolet, Eclair 4 dr. fac tires $250. Call FR 6-9775 after
Rd. 37 -1B06. Christmas Left overs. All Pacemaker Mobile Homes New tag. S75. Phone FR M854. radio heater, model tory air power brakes & steer 1 pm.
new organs. Savings vp to 30 QUALITY! HOMES Shasta and Airstream 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE age very clean.curtains, low mile Jjjfj Iuto. trans radio & heater.
PIANO. Upright reconditioned and Travel Trailers LANCER 41, mod-770 4 Dr. s-stk Split front will take trade
:k.l I'
per cent. CarTs Piano Co. seat. 37fr4009ei
retmisted. $125. Music rruor Ocala's First Mobile Home new tires. 37,000 mL BaL Price 2195. Melton Motors 87 Automobiles Wonfer
graduating. Phone 372-WI. 702 W. Univ. Ave 3722222 4820 NW 13th St. 4.1 South Dealer Since 1948 BUICK., 1953 SpeclaL radio. heater Mr. Balwin. 376-4404. I 703 N. Main St. FR 6-757!.
US .30 cat. M1 carbine, new SPINeT Piano. used Mahogany Gainesville.. 3725113 1923 Sliver Springs Blvd. straight shift seat belts, good MERCEDES i 1961 Corvalr-Coupe- stick 1962 CORVAIR convertible, 4-
con Hours I to Sunday II to 7 ISO Sedan, J109J shift, speed floor shift, WWS
o radio ,
finish condition. Wanted 1950
with m I bench sirs. Phone 629-1351 2037 NE "' thru 1954. Fords
"h St. Call 5. Phone
dition with 30 rds. of HILLMAN 372-0245
hunting Crtdry: Musk Ca irlJR 2-J353. Service Is a must with us. Ocala Fla. _FR 6-7489. 59 Sedan, $395. both or 372.3407. heater extra clean. $1650. Take and Chevrolet, 916 S.E. 4th
ammo $7$ Call FR 7-8268. with all ,
extras and in excellent 1957 BUICK. trade. 376-4009.
new paint lob. $350. St. AI Herndon Service Station.
FOR SALE West. washer, deluxe ONE upright pi no In oood cond- NOW SHOWING IT'S FOOLISHto BUICK Stec.I43 Deluxe. V-8. condition. Call FR 6- 863. Phone 372-5921 or 37234C7
fun price 1964 MOBILE HOMES Convt. Black,
tIM best offer.
If' red Interior
new I
range air cond. window fans. Call FR 2 and 3 bedrooms, all Floor 36 MG-TD Roadster 1953 2 new 1962 4 dr. Galaxie 500. z
various t-UM. or com by end pay more. RECKLESS to MOo tires. Auto. trans bucket I Ford $1695.
couch other turn. Come tires need
M* at 1311 SW Uth St. Plans. Terms tailored to meet seats, extras. engine repairs.) Phone 372-0245 or 3723407.I960 : .
less. GET THE REAL Orange Bowl
see and make offer. 1311 NE budget. Drive a little and pay Sound body must, sell. S400. :
20th PI. 372.2341.TYPEwRITER RED 1 white Stanelll\ accordion, save your a lot at FACTS. Payments low as show lifter clr. 2195. Call FR 27959CADILLAC 3764160 anytime. Call Ford Sun liner, convertible, I ON DISPLAY
1JO bass with tfeluc case, excellent CONNOLLYMobile $57.29 per month with $300 down. 5. new top & new paint lob. $995.
$10 adding mach.Inc condition. Also Sftvertone LAKE GENEVA OLDS I960. 2-door, factory stick. Phone 372.5921 or 3723407.: 'I .
$29 water skis $8. windowfan Home Sales, Inc. SEDAN 1957 DeVille. Good cond. W75. 1954
S9, boat I ladder S2. lawnmower chord organ 444-3475.. 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 Mobile Homes Sales Loaded with evervtnin tt50- 1106 Good running cond. OLDS. 1963 COMET 4 dr. Custom $1595.
12, T.V. set $lt, books PIANO. Uprlghfr.c o nditloned Phone 622-8166 Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. N.W' 32th TarooA. '.-.'..__ "..-" .In Young. 3725097. $200. Ronnie Phone 3725928 or 3723407.
% cents ea, records' 1 cent ea.. and reflnlshetf. $125. Music Closed Sundays 2 BR trailer. Sale. rent lease or I CHRYSLER ; 1963 Monza Coupe stick: shift, Tuesday
radio it. Gainesville's busiest ma lor 1954. Excellent PONTIAC. 63 '
graduating Plane 376- trade. Call 4621754. 2nd alr-condltloned R & bucket seats $1695. Phone 372-
little store. Braqts.. 513 N.W. Ith 0451. 40MODELS radio car. Air conditioned. I H, power steering, brakes, $2700. i. 0245 or'3723407:
Ave. FOR SALE or rent 1957 8x35' new tires. $350 cash. John Can FR 25457.
.REPOSSESSED Janssen mahogany bile home, 2 BR, full bath plus Hudson. Jr. Ph. 3721041. 1960 4-door v-4 S a v o y Plymouth, Dodge Motor Home
MAALOX ...._...... (7 cents spinet piano. Built-in music x 26 divided furnished cabana. RAMBLER Classic. 1963. White 2- heater stick shift. $900. See at ,
Lady Brooke Shoe cola '".$1.21. ligh t. Take up payments, no ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE Priced easonablly. 227 SW 1st CHEVY S-S, :348 56 2 Dr.' hard-top R&H dr.. power steering. R&H. Can be 1106 N.E. 9th Ave. or call FR 2I'
ODI'S PHARMACY down payment. Gainesville Music FROM LOWEST PRICES St. engine $495. Cad FR refinanced or take up payments. 1646. I
IK Central Plaza (next to wlnn Center 1025 W. Univ. Ave. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. 6-4803. 103 N.W. 36th Ave. Excellent cond. FR 25992.
Dixie) For prescriptions 6'cos Phone 3725421. I 1960 AMERICAN 10' X 46', 1 BR.; CORVAIR FOR SALE, 1961 VOlkswagen.---p ,: POOLE-GABLE t Motors
metics. I. D. L. Drugstore TRAILER MARTHwy. HIIL front Call kitchen 3723155.lot 29, Hickvy with radio Manza.63.heater white equipped side OWNER. Here MUST Is your SELL chance 1963 to Spitfire get- tion of. Phone equity FR and 6-1164 take up payments -
17. Phone 328-1050 wall tires. 8.000 actual miles. a real
ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna sports car at an
Double stack complete. Nothing 76 Airplane Sales-Rentals OPEN WEEKDAYS 1960 PACEMAKER 10x50 ft. 2 BR. Assume payments, small equI- price. Call FR 23032. excellent CASH for your old car. H & H Motors 119
else to buy $15. Brants. UNTIL excellent condition. $2.900. Lot ty. Will consider older car for 1636 SE 3rd Ave. I SE First Ave. 372-4343
513 NW. tth Avenue. LOOK 52990 9pm. 29, Shady Nook Court. FR equity. Call owner at 372-8441,
l 4t PIPER PA. 22101" h.p. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 64302. ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays.
SEEING IS BELIEVING Colt. Super Custom Model 2250 EAST PALATKA. FLORIDAOnly Falcon 1963 2-door standard I FOR THE CORRECT I -- -- --- - -, -
FOR rebuilt washing machines toteaircraft I time, full blind Inst. 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE Excellent condition. GAINESVILLE.
dishwashers refrigerators and panel, VhFOmni radio, auxiliary 3 left at CLOSE- UT PRICES Ass u m e TIME I
payments. Call
FR 23562
appliance repairs call Dan at FR fuel tank. This 2 place side by SAVE to $1.500 9 to 3. ] AUTO SALES I Ii I
side sports aircraft cruises BANK FINANCINGNEW For Sale 1961 Chevrolet half FORD XL 1963 10,000 miles, A.T., i
105 FR We'll
60267Al HANDYMAN SHOP m.p.1llbove the heat & traffic. 10' wide mobile homes ton Call FR 2-2940 after six. R i H, P.$., bucket seats, small 2-1411 I 1007 N. Main St. tell 1 you the ageof
First in appliance repairs. Can be financed 13 down, 24 Town & Country Trailer Sales equity, assume balance. Phone Phone FR 2.6313 I
ALMOST new large electric range, months or longer on bat. Call 3860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals 454-169U Courtesy Of t Northcentrol Florida
$50. Crosley electric refrigerator FR 2-6351 CasselsinThe -Air, Trailer and 100' x 150" lot FORD 1959 Fairlane 4 dr. 6 cyl. University ChevroletN.
$U. or $80 for both. Almost Murray.IIKL, Municipal Airport. Ken septic tank and well. 2.2290.1 I RENT a truck one-way anywhere r & h, automatic transmission, Main St. at 16th Ave. f LargestIndependent I our used VWs.But
new record player $40 or exchange together or separate. In the USA. from United Rent- good tires. $375 cash. Phone I CealerHaven't .
for tape recorder. Will STUDENTS PILOTS AND 2-1075 after 5 p.rn. Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 62835. 3726366.

pay recorder.some Call difference FR 6.613&for right AIRCRAFT NOTICE OWNERS ( you don't have to tell a soli I. )

DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY YOU Buy -we teach you to fly i I

down Chairs, low low as as IS$8. per No 150 FREE.HP.1959 4 -place Piper H. wing-130 Tripacer You Heard ? Volkswagens don't give away their age.
m .h. Cruise They look the same after Other
Free estimates pickup and delivery p aircraft. 1005 Hrs. year year.
service. All work. guaran total time 100 hrs. s.m.oh I reasons why they're such good buys: The

teed. Phone 374-7784. on Marker, omml Beacon radio re& ';. "- ""' ,.." <<. :> '' ,-. money you'll save on gas. Oil. Tires. The
LOW square-shaped Walnut table caber full blind flight. Inst. >> biggest difference between a new and a
$10 table lamp new $8; gold .panel a clean beautiful aircraft (:; ; ; 1964 RAMBLER used VW is the owner. .
: 7
scatter rug $31 Call 374-5649 can be bought on the time amMERCEDES-BENZ .r ft.' .
NOW you can enjoy[ cooking with payment plan with 1.3 down & 3 :;: I 62 VW Sedan, pearl White
gas. Gas range used Installed yrs. on bal. 499000. Call FR ,. #.,,-. with brick red leatherette .
FREE with our LP gas. $65 2-6351. Cassels-ln-The-Alr. Inc., :. "" .f' -- The Lowest-Priced -
Municipal American-Built I interior Radio, whitewalls .
complete. Propane LP Gas Airport Gainesville :- : ,:. car. -
SW Archer Road. Phone FR e- Fla., Ken Murray. runs & looks 'like

5110.USED. Delivered at Ridgway Motor Co. for new. . . $1395
Chain Saws $50 up. New 61 VW Sedan ruby red.
4 ,hp saws $8'.". We repair AM-FM Blaupunkt radio.
all chain saws & lawn mowers. Cabin only: Whitewalls excellent
Chain saw rentals. McCull Condition
Wisconsin and Briggs, . . $1195
dealer. Florida. Saw Co. OCh.CCruiser L 57 VW Sedan, New Silver
6-3411. Grey paint mechanicallysound

WII IIpa per. 9ac a Roll 23' Owens 21Ti5L $176300 I II 60 FORD Falcon, clean

HARPER PAINT CO. I . . . $695
10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4364 225-h.p. Flagship, I 62 VW Station wogon. Deluxe -

REFRIGERATOR. 12 Ft. Late V-8 Engine I model with sunroof.
model Frlgldalre. Clean, Ideal' PLUS TAX TAG &TITLE
excellent for family pleasure,
condition. $150. Call .FR deep sea fishing, skiing Clean . . $1895
6-0866 after 530. traveling, etc I Trade-in 61 VW Station wag::>n.
UTILITY TRAILER. Wide wheels Sleeps <, has balll room and Allowance three-full seats. Excellent
straight axle good condition. kitchen, convertible top over condition . $1395
178. Call FR 6-0866 after 5:30. steering condition.section of deck. Excellent Easiest Possible Terms. 62 PORSCHE White with

REMINGTON 12 ga. pump, 30 ,CInch an be seen all day today red leatherette interior.
barrel full choke cleaning ,(Sunday) at Public AM-FM
landing Blaunpunkt radio.
kit shells and case. Like new off Hawthorne
condition. $75. 3728268. nan's Lake. (Free Re demonsfra-New. DIESEL i Your New Headrest. Only 12,000
THE best costs less. Broil with lion) or Phone FR 6-5'37 Rambler is miles' . . $3695
your broiler door closed no week nights.DODGEDART.
smoke or fumes in your kitchen. NOW ON DISPLAY AT I
tributor.Call Fullgas 65392., your Philgas dis I Waiting for You at: MillerBrownMotors

HOTPOINT chest type deep freezer
In excellent condition. $100. CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY
Phone 372-0115 or see at 1110 NE DODGE TRUCKS Ridgway Motors t'
3rd St. ,
? t
IF SOMEONE In your family Is
hard of hearing encourage him 119 506 E. UNIV. AVE. FR 2-4251 I

to enloy aid the benefits of a hearing 372-4343'SE First Are 1132 S. Main St., FR 2-8433 1030 E. Univ. Ave. ,

FR 2.35.82
CO. ------ I i
L -
629 N. Main St. FR 60095. I .. II
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XACTA camera. 35 mm. German.
Telephone FR 23311. Mrs. Sgn-
ermick.: flESPOWERSMOTORflTerrific L

CAR top carrier station wagon
size canvas covered, $30. 3904
SW 37th St. Phone FR 6-6711.

FRIGIDAIRE In good condition SMITTY SAYS: .,.y w.
$50. Phone 47223ft.

FREEZER 14-foot. $70. GOOD Call 475-2920 CONDITION. New Car Sales Have Been !

70 Boats-Marine E4uf,. r.m

We're loaded with locally owned new car trade-ins AND we are still tearing
16' REGAL LANiER Cabin Cruiser
and trailer. Phone 25689. down and renovating our lot, that's why we have to move these cars. We need

12 Bottom FT. v-bottom fiberglassed.plywood Trailer.boat. the room to work! -

25 H. P. Motor, and Ski Equipment
$250.00 376-5908 after 6:00 lB & Ci
20'P.M.CABIN. or anytime cruiser weekends.with trailer. TRY US THIS WEEK! MOTOR (01

40 HP Mercury. Sleeps 3. Many

-LONE extras.STAR Phone fiberglass FR 23357. 14' If You don't !Like these low prices .

BRAND NEW 25 HP, electric 64 OLDS 98' f I 62 OLDS. 98 60 CADILLAC 59 CHRYSLER
start generator. Gator Champ |
tilt trailer. Excellent buy $695. Town sedan. Aircond.Hardto I sedan. Air-cond! Sedan
or Sedan De Ville
FR 2-3241. OFFER! Electric windows Gr seat. i I Tan One with beige inteuor models. Choice of three. coupe. Yorker.Air-cond'Hardtop full
15 Crosby Fiberglass boat with MAKE US AN L'ow mileage. White. 330 owner. Sold & serv- Air-cond. fully
50 Hp Evlnrude motor, trailer. Horse power. 'Impeccablecraftsmanship. icer by B & G. & power autronic eye.
all In excellent ready to give years of
condition. Good .
$ $1195
buy at $1100. May be seen at Luxury. 2795 satisfactory service.
Gator Marine. 5.0 GMAC Financing. _
15 fiberglass boat with 35 h.p. 64 FORD, 4dr. Galoxie 500, automatic, R&H, PS, Air Cond., New! .$3295 $AVE' 62 PONTIAC_ $2595 VOLKSWAGEN
Evlnrude. trailer top tt con __
trols. 2017 NE 17th Ter.' $650.1P 64 FORD, 4-dr. Galaxie 500, automatic, R&H, :PS, like new .... ....$2995 Bonneville hardtop sedan. 60 CADILLAC Radio.Air.cond. .
TURNER Craft with &
top 35 Full
HP.. elee. start, long shaft Ever 63 OLDS 98 Green power. Sedan. Whfte. SPECIAL $895
rude Lark tilt trailer compass, 64 CHEVROLET, 2-dr. hardtop, PS, PB, R&H, Automatic, V-8 ...... ....$3395 with solid leatherette LOW PRICE. __ .
anchor running lights. new bat Sedan. Aid-cond. Luxury seats. _

tery.6-gaL life tanks.preservers Good fire condition.ext.. 2 63 CHEVROLET, 4dr. hardtop, PS, PB, R&H, Automatic, V-8 .... ......$2695 Cr quality. Sold & servic$2695 1995 58 OLDS 88
$700. FR 6-7445. ed by B & G. Sedan Air
W SPORT RUN-ABOUT. 30 HP 63 PLYM, Fury, 4-dr. hardtop. PS, R&H, Air Cond., cream puff .. :$2895 I GMAC Financing. 61CADllLAC 60 OLDS 98'_ 695-con

big, twin large Evlnrvde round: motor.bed, Trailer box 63 BUICK, Riveria 2-dr. hardtop, PS, PB, AC, Pow. seats and wind .. ..$3995 I' $AVE Sedan De Ville., AirHardtop sed a n. Air-
springs and legs. Excellent cond. cond. Full White cond.

FR 2.2413 or 12S9 N. W. 60th St.Ir 63 SAAB, 4-speed, radio, heater, just like new, SAVE .... ........ .$1195 with black power.& white in$1695 58 IMPERIAL
PLYWOOD fishing boat fiberglass 63 OLDS 88 tenor. Southampton bar dtop

FR 6-8V77 bottom after trailer.5:00 P.M.$75. Phone 63 RAMBLER, 4-dr. American, a real good buy, come see and save. $1395 Sedan. Aid-cond.. cruise $29 95 __ solid sedan. Air-cond. Good

control, power 60 OlCS'S8 buy.
72 Office Equipment 63 VW, Kombi station wagon, 7,000 miles. Just like new .. .... ........$1545 brakes & windows --- ----- Convertible. $895

GAINESVILLE'S supply dealer largest, volume Chesnufs office 63 BUICK, Special 4-dr. wagon, radio, heater, sharp SAVE .... ........$1895 $2995 Convertible. Air-cond. $15'95 ____

Office Equipment Co. Invites you . .. Electric windows & seat 58 LINCOLN
to come In and shop or call for 62 CHEV, 4dr. sedan, automatic, R&H, real sharp. Come see. .... $1595 Black leather interior 60 BUICKpn" hardtop coupe. Ex-
free I
delivery. Chesnufs Office 63 CADILLAC One

Ave.Equipment In Downtown Co. 106 Gainesville.W. Univ. 62 VW, Sunroof, real nice. Compare this car ,and price anywhere ....$1395 Sedan De Ville. Air$2995 owner. Invicta.51395 Hardtop sedan. cellent. $795

62 VALIANT, 4dr. heater, 16,000 actual miles. Just broken in .... . $1345 cond.equipped.Autronic White eye :with '_r

LOOKINGFOR 62 IMPERIAL 4-dr. Crown hardtop, fully equipped incl. air cond. '. ..$3595 dark interior. ,Low 57 d CADILLAC.

VALUE? 61 PLYMOUTH, 4dr. wagon, ((2)) PS, PB, R&H, Auto, AC, sharp cars $1295 54995 CLOSEDcon $895

61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr. sedan, V-8, automatic, radio, heater. Clean .... $995 SUNDAY

61 SPRITE, convertible, real nice sports car. See & Save . ............ .$945 Eectra .225 hardtop Air-cond. .

Impala 59, CHEVROLET 4-door hardtop, black 60 DODGE, 4-dr. hardtop, Auto, PS, R&H, Air Cond., Sharp. ........ .$795 e I sedan.equipped.Air-cond.Whit .Fully. "GO TO CHURCH ON SUNDAY 395
with red Interior. V-4. automatic See Our Representative On __
Monday" --
power steering power
brakes, radio and heater, $3595 56 CADILLAC
white walls. SAVE $ $ SUPER SPECIALS SAVE $ $ Coupe De Ville. Air-

$1045 63.FALCON: 61 CORVAIR 59 CADILLAC cond.:: ,

59 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. hardtop Fury Auto PS R&&H perfect $845 Station Avagon. Compact Sedan. Radio; and beater, Sedan. Air-cond. local$445
57 CHEVROLET car .... & auto trans. White. ly owned car.

Belalr, 4-door, v.. automatic 59 IMPERIAL 4-dr. Crown Radio handling. serviced & G. _
hardtop fully equipped including air $1095 heater standard 1095 y.B An '
radio and heater. 2- ...... outstanding car. 55 OLDS 98Hardtop _
shift Clean.
tone paint. White walls. Pow.

sr steering power brakes. 58 BUICK, 4-dr. sedan, PS, PB, Auto radio, heater Air cond ...... . ..$595 $1795 61 FORD $1995 Air-eond.
$2'9 t

745 I 55 CHEVROLET, 2dr. automatic, heater, drives real good .. .... . 5195 -- Galaxie hardtop sedan. _59- '-' '-
-- I'' Air-cond. Power steer- OLDS

I-door 57, hardtop.DESOTA Automatic I 54 CHEVROLET, 2dr. automatic, radio, heater, n-ew tires ..'.... ............$295 Sedan 62 De CADILLAC Ville Air-cond. ing.. Air-cond.Super 88 hardtop sedan 55 CADilLAC"

radio! neater, steer- 58 $1295 Electric c. win Sedan.
Ing. power brakes. None Good transportation for you See and Save .... . ....$195 $3795 dows. Beautiful white & |
paint. 4 brand new white blue. Immaculate in- $200
walls. I + 61 DODGE tenor. __ _

$795 62 CADILLAC Station wagon. Pioneer $1195 55 OLDS

56 CHEVROLET 60 CHRYSLER .. . .... ....$1395 60 PLYMOUTH ... .... .$745 cond.Fleetwood Low mileage.sedan. Air-Top auto model.trons.V8..Radio power.heater steer- : Hardtop sedan.

Belch, 4-door. V-8. auto New Yorker 4-d. hardtop, fully equipped. 2dr. hardtop. Automatic Cadillacsedan ng. A good solid car 59 BUICK 5345
matic. Radio. he 'er. 2-tone heater real sharp. I, Very luxurious. $1395 LaSebre Hardtop coupe.
Mint. White walls. J r-cond. .
3995 _
$695 I i model'j 61 PLYMOUTH $1195 Sedan.

4 .
--- $
I Station wagon. -- -- 150
SPECIAL n 62 Economical 6. Radio: 5 9 CHEVROLET __. '

56 FORD I Hawes Powers Motor Sedan. J r-cQrJd. Power j I heater, Ufo trans. Impata. Hardtop sedan. -T 54 BUICK_,_
Co. windows
Whit pick up. VIe radio. I & seat. V8.
letter, 4 new tires. I $3595 1095 I $995 Sedan.

$345 $150

I SEE: J. L. Smith, Frank Gray, Wilbur Sligh, Mac McCullough.

RaiilersonMotors VALUE, B & G MOTOR
Plymouth-Valiant-ChrysIer-lmperial-Simca, Sales and Service : CO 1 YEAR

I "We will not be undersold or out-traded" RATED

1611 HAWTHORNEROAD Cadillac Oldsmobile Dealer G. W.

372-5235 312 N. Main St. FR 6-3400 Used Cars NEW CARS: 115 SE 2nd St. ''
Home 0'1 Used Cars . FR 6-7

-.. CARS-TRUCKS.JEEPS I I. USED CARS 2001 NW 13th St. . FR f fVarrflnfv+



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Fully equipped tomatfc steering Finished,and radio' ,isseu$3 6 95 CAR DISCOUNTED flO1

blue. See this car! this
r r' weekend only to .... $3695

rk t 63 FORD tI We're going to hove a wilder time than the Oklahoma land rush. We're stampeded U p 1
high price clear off the range a nd we're whoop it up with the most
.. .=. Fafrfane( 4 door Ford-O-Matic rootin' tootin' value round-up ever seen in these parts. T 0
t it. transmission, radio heater. A '
.. -l beautiful light blue finish. $17 9 5 : .. .. .. -
SAVE Now only ... $1795 'mari It t ,: 5f limber
L .l a

62 FORD :.Y 3y ;, Cf,;.e,,,, e, iitr,. 'a,aA. r b 4 r, ., up your
i' y. WI I lasso
Galaxie 4-dr. Equipped with
% i
+ Ford-O-Motic transmission and
radio heater. V-8 engine. af

t... A and real blue sharp finish.tutone... $1445M495 white ; \ 'S bulldog
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Galaxie! 4-dr. "500". Fully equipped including Stanley
:'Cruise-O-Matic transmission, pow- $
er:steering.,V-8 engine radio heater PLUS 1795

cool-this summer by saving money now.

58 Chevrolet 57 Plymouth 55 Ford 56 Ford 57 Ford
61 TEMPEST Station Wagon, R & H, V-8 automatic 2 dr.. HT. New paint, V4, automatic, 2 dr., sed., at. r&h. FL 4 dr., Vat., r&h. FL 4 dr.. HT., V-8 at.. ps. r&h.
Was $895 SAVE $200 htr.Was$69SS.SAVE$200 Was$495 SAVE$150 Was$595 SAVE$245 Was $695 SAVE$150

'4-dr. 'Equipped with radio and heater. A Now 595 Now 495 Now 34500 Now 35000 Now 54500
attractive white and blue tutone finish. $119 5
'We're going to reduce this car to only: '
57 i 63 Falcon Chevrolet 64 Ford 59 Chevrolet
Willys ,
I' ,5'i9 ., Fastback cpe. loaded. BA 4 dr. ed. V-21 ata r&h wsww$595 tta. "* r&h.tone.. t dr. ied., Mr., standard trans. 2 dr. ltd transSAYE rih. Was$3395 SAVE$400 Was$1195 SAVE$200
61 FORD Wa SAVE$200 Was$1795 SAVE$300 Was $195
I! ; Now 100 Now2995 Now 995
4-dr. Falrlane.! Equipped Ford-O-Matic Now 39500 Now 149500 -
< transmission, radio, heater; V-8 engine. $
;'' :Finished in attractive light blue finish. 1145 63 Chevrolet 63 Chevrolet
59 Vauxhall 59 Turner 62 Chevrolet I
I Your chance to save on a good solid car. at. r&h.
,. BIsc. Sta. Wgn. 4 dr. 4 cyU Mr BA 4 dr. Sta. Wgn. Vps.
Station Wagon. Mr. Rdster. 2 pass.. 4 spd. O.H.V. engine. 2 dr. HT. Vat. ps r&h. new tires. new tires.
Was$495 SAVE$245 Was$795 SAVE$300 Was$2295 SAVE$300 Was$2495 SAVE$350 Was$2995 SAVE$500Now

60 CHEVROLET 25000 Now 49500 Now 1995 Now2145 Now 2495FREE

"Impala 2-dr. hardtop equipped with V-8 $
,engine, automatic transmission, radio, 1295
heater. For this sale only: OPEN FREE !


2-dr V-8 engine, Bel-Air hardtop. SATURDAY & SUNDAY SUND A Y
glide transmission, radio, heater. Power$1395 4 WESTERN OUTFITS Includes Hat,
pretty white and grey finish. FREE Shirt & Tie purchased from GAINESVILLE"
STOCKMAN SUPPLY. 2 sets to be given!
PONY RIDES 1 'til 6 away 5 p.m. and 2 at 5 p.m.Sunday.
59 MERCURY4dr Register at door ,you do not have to be
present to win.
hardtop. Fully equipped with
steering, power brakes, radio, heater,

I ,matic ditioning.transmission, PLUS Factory Air auto$945 62 Chevrolet 63 Yolks 63 Ford 61 Ford. 64 Pontiac

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:"88 4-dr. Fully equipped including

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Impala 4 dr. HT V-8 at r& ps. Meteor 4 dr at ps V4 pb. r&h.
finish. Sharp. D0. 4 dr. Sed 'd', std., htr., WSW. Rch. WSIL V-8 at r&h. WSW. Mona cpe 4-speed R&H. wsw, custom trim. -
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