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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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(AP) The White House said today

federal mediators have reported to President Johnson Grand
"some definite gains'' in emergency railroad bargaining JuryChargesb.

talks aimed at averting a nationwide strike.

"However," said White House press secretary George

Reedy "there are some very
difficult issues that still re
/ main." :"
Reedy said one of the media-
tors told him that the talks have

now reached a stage "where to
Fails gain an inch is as difficult as it. Gross Vote Violations'.Facing

was to gain a foot a week ago."

t Reedy said intensive talks will

continue, with Johnson main-

In LaosSAIGON mediators.taining close liaison with the

Asked whether Johnson was

satisfied with the report, madeat Adds Substance '-
South Viet Nam
the Future
(AP)-U.S. diplomatic sources about 10 p.m., Sunday, Reedy .
said: "Obviously the only thing
said today the right-wing army that would be satisfactory is a
coup in Laos had collapsed aft- settlement."

er one day. U.S. opposition to He said Johnson commendedboth To Andrews' Suit.

the coup apparently was a ma- sides "for the gains they M nN

jor factor. have made, and urged them to
By HAROLD HUMMEL, Sun Staff Writer
"The situation is back whereit re-double their efforts" to settle
Serious, documented doubt was cast on the validity of
was 36 hours ago," said an the five year long work rules
American dispute. hundreds of Gainesville voters by a Circuit Court grand
'diplomat who had
jury this morning.The .
been in contact with the U.S. Johnson reportedly met with
federal mediators and negoti- V jury's report criticized both voting and registration
in 4
Embassy Vientiane, the Laotian
in the
ators for both sides Sunday night : : procedures county.
capital.He ,. !
for a report on the 10dayoldtalks .. A 44 after violation is detailed.The .
said reports were still report could have a profound
which he hopes will averta
sketchy, but that diplomatic dispatches nationwide strike Saturday.He effect on a lawsuit by

from Vientiane said had called for a report by Dr. Edwin Andrews, who was *

neutralist Premier Prince Sou- today, but apparently Sunday :. beaten by only 46 votes in the

vanna Phouma had been re- night's session covered. the $ recent City Commission elec-
leased from house arrest and ground. tion.Andrews Jury'sReport

leaders of the coup had apologized Reedy described the negotiators is seeking to have

for their attempt to topplethe and mediators as "a groupof the election invalidated becauseof I
alleged discrepancies in the
coalition government.The very weary men.
dispatches said the rebel They have been talking for 10 1' voting and registration prac-

leaders also apologized to Gen. days since Johnson won a volun- tices that the grand jury just

Phouml Nosavan, right wing tary strike postponement for 15 investigated. His suit is pend- InFull

leader in Laos who was not days, which expires at 12:01: 1r'F ing in Circuit Court.

linked to the coup. a.m.. Saturday."The ( 4 = The grand jury report gener- : ;1

There was no immediate information men aren't just sitting 3. ally agrees with allegations by Here is the complete text of
Andrews.The .
on the whereabouts of there glaring at each other," # Y the findings and report of the

Souv anna, but he was believedin Reedy, said. jury found: Grand Jury:

Vientiane, which was reported Asked whether Johnson might 1. "That apparent overzealousness I
in attempts to secure new
calm. ask for a further postponementof y w The Grand Jurors of the Stateof
registrations so as to afford
"The situation in Vientiane next Saturday's strike deadline Florida, inquiring in and for
Reedy said the talks were .. every qualified person in the the
appears to be gradually revert- .Wf body of the County of Alach-
city an opportunity to vote
to what not now at a point where the ua, their oaths do
ing was before, an have resulted in irregular or illegal upon report \
administration would have to to all whom these shall
American diplomat said. ask for a further extension. A brilliant sun brought out the colors in academic regalia yesterday at Florida Fieldat registrations... presents
be of
In Bangkok, however, the ;
the University of Florida's Commencement Convocation. "Many civic-minded persons
Any extension would
have to
That at the suggestion of Hon-
newspaper Thai Rath said that
participated in registra t ion
be on a voluntary basis becauseall
after the report of the coup'scollapse orable T. E. Duncan, State At-
drives which weren'
accord' -
Vientiane radio repeated eral delaying law have provisions been exhausted of fed-in V with either city or state torney undertook of said to investigate circuit, this numer-jury

Sunday's communiquesfrom election laws.
the dispute. ous reports and of
the military committee Grads Told The report states that many improper and illegal
which to Saieguaid4alues registration -
staged Sunday's predawncoup. registration officers weren't leg- and voting at the municipal

Bond Sale ally sworn, many didn't under- election held in the City of
Leonard Unger U.S. ambas- stand election laws, and that
\ Gainesville Election of March
sador to Laos had brought pres- : consequently many persons apparently 17, 1964. )
Outlook.,0J ofWii1d TodayBy
1 sure on Gen. Kouprasith Abhay were registered il- This jury has made a detailed
the anti-Communist career officer legally.
study of the election above men-

that who overthrew led the Souvanna's army group co- Is HopefulProspective CLIF CORMIER |' tions are born to the world, but the Rockefeller Foundation include Illegal registration registering procedures votes on istration tioned, and and city election and county conductin reg-

alition. Sun Education Writer Americans, having abandoned president. Sunday and registering them
general, by examining the
buyers for thecity's their cloak isolation Honorary degrees went to UF less than 30 days before an
than thous- of are
(See LAOS on Page 2) Slightly more one alumni who have distinguished results of the State Attorney'sinvestigation
$6 million bonds gave city and black-gowned University of aware as never before that election. and registrationbooks
officials "a lot of encourage- Florida graduates sat under a happenings abroad affect them themselves in different fields. Both violate Florida law. But and other records of eachof

NouViolenceUrged ment" in New York Friday, blazing sun in the stands at also. They were Jewel Rex Farrior, the report goes deeper. It goes the precincts within the Cityof
Mayor Howard said a Tampa lawyer; Thomas F. into actual voting proceduresat
Florida Field yesterday for the Gainesville and, as a remit
"The greatest single symbolof Fleming Jr., Fort Lauderdale
this morning.He the polls during the recent
rites of the makes the
At said the age-old ceremony this evolution in the American banker and U. S. Rep. Sidney city election. thereof following
city delegation known as commencement.The findings:
attitude toward the rest of Herlong.
well received and
was predictedsix According to the report, about I
to bids 1,022() represented the totalof the world is the United Nations Among the dignitaries on the
eight would
be received 250 persons voted whose names That apparent overz 1oYs-
i Tally Rally by the 11 ajn. opening 3,100 who earned degrees at organization, and the presenceof stage were Dr. Wayne McCall, don't appear on the county's ness in attempts to secure new
the University during the past its headquarters on our soil.
Wednesday."We (See GRADS on Page 2)) registration books. registrations so as to afford every -

TALLAHASSEE (AP-A Ne- expect to get favora b 1 e year. Free inquiry and education At the Girl Scout cabin, Pre- qualified person in the Cityan
gro and white audience Jamming bids, McKinney said. They heard commencement are helping to cope with the cincts 7, 12 and 16, there opportunity to vote, have re-
the 1,000-seat capacity of The mayor noted that between speaker J. George Harrar, pres- multiple threats confronting the Colin Case were 104 votes registered by sulted in irregular or illegal reg-

a Negro church shouted and 55 and 60 r e p r e sentatives of ident of the Rockefeller Foundation United .States, Harrar said. persons whose names aren't on istrations, or attempts at registration -

stamped as Dr. Martin Luther bond houses attended a lunch- contrast life in this generation Pointing to the mounting num- the books; Precincts 28 and being incorporated into

King urged nonviolence in the eon sponsored by the city Friday with that of their par- bers of students seeking college III MistrialNEW 30, 35 persons; Precincts 13 the City and County registrationbooks

right for racial desegretation. in New York for a detailed ex- ents, many of them among the education,. Harrar said the wis- and 29, 14 persons, Precincts and that although their

"Stay true to nonviolence" p 1 a n a ti on of the capital im- crowd of about 7,000 in the foot- dom of this national course was YORK-(AP-The U.S. 24 and 26, 100 persons. motives were good many civic-

t the Negro leader shouted above provements program. ball stadium. evident in advances of life in District Court trial of Roy M. Another section of the report minded persons participated in

I the roar of the crowd Sunday The program included talks by Harrar said modern civilization the United States. Cohn and Murray E. Gottesman points to incompetence of poll registration drives which were
night "Or will give the City Manager Bill Green on the workers at the polls.It not conducted in acconfcmee
you op is in with the on perjury charges has endedin
jeopardy en- "Higher education should
structure of Gainesville's with the election.tews
position a way out of grapplingwith government vironment the a mistrial because of the states that about 150 per- applicable
and the uses for the $6 produced by have the principal effect of of the City of Gainesville and
his conscience and amid death of the father of a juror. sons voted in the city election,
t the violence he will lose sight million, University of Florida people becoming seemingly less sharpening that wonderful biological but that their names weren't State of Florida, in the follow-
p Vice able to honor the values they tool the U.S. Atty. Robert M. Morgen-
President human ,
that the issue ir segregation." Harry Philpott checked on the registrationbooks. ing respects:
King in Tallahassee to open a explaining the growth of Gaines- have come to perceive."It to a keen'cutting edge," said thau said the government will A. That many of the persons

four-day workshop in nonviolent ville and a financial review by is no longer possible to move for a new trial as soon as Poll-workers in general were acting as deputy supervisors or

demonstrations, urged a three- Bob Pierce city fiscal consult- make the once-traditional 'the possible.The castigated. precinct registration officers

pronged attack upon racial bar- ant from Jacksonville. world is your oyster' speech," jury had been deliberating "There apparently was a general were not appointed according to

riers: McKinney also spoke and Util- he said. WHERETO four days when Judge Archie lack of knowledge and understanding law; they were not appointedand

"You must continue to affirm ities Director John Kelly and "Nor is it practical to counsela O. Dawson declared a mistrial of the city and state sworn by the supervisor of

the immorality of racial segre- Finance Officer Clarence O'Neill young man tc 'Go West' be- FIND ITo Sunday night after a juror, election procedures and require- registration, but rather by per-

gation; you must get rid of the were introduced. cause if he does he will only Arielle Mabrey of Manhattan, ments among the clerks and sons entirely without authorityto
McKinney said this morning encounter more people and had been informed that her father make such appointment and
notion that there are superiorand inspectors at the recent city
Comics . . 12
he said oaths for
James died Sun- administer
expected the bids would Gaston ; ex-
perhaps more
inferior races; and you smog. S Classified _ 13-15 election, and there appears to
must develop a strong program come from banking syndicatesthat We can neither say there is 0 Entertainment 6 day.Cohn be a need for the Mayor Com- ample, deputy supervisors at-
rid include local banks and unlimited room at the top and 37, a New York lawyerand tempted or purported to appefet
the nation to get missioner to select who
across 0 Obituaries . 2 persons
bond brokers. onetime aide to the late other deputies, and so
the, Horatio Alger is still persons
of the last vestige of racial seg- story O Opinion Page . 4 are informed as to said require-
regation." Instead of meeting tonight, valid today as it was earlier in o Sports . 9,10 Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy R- ments and procedures to conduct purportedly appointed in torn
the commission will ? Wis. and Gottesman, 57, also a attempted to appoint still other
the NegroSee meet at 11 this century, Harrar said. future'city elections and if
King predicted 0 Women's . 5
a.m. Wednesday for the bid op- He said life will get even more New York lawyer, had been on deputies;
( RACIAL on Page 2)) ening. hectic as more and more na- trial for a month. (See VOTING on Page 7) (See TEXT on Page 7)

I' : Skin Diver's Companions Describe Tragedy I

.... -
'''. r.. \ By JIM McGUIRK, Sun Staff Writer The trio dived in the Columbia County spring, then decided on a "We saw his light flash a few times. That's the last we saw

Bobby Kidwell, an excellent skin-diver who drowned in an underwater short visit to Jennings before returning to Gainesville.At of him," Hazen said. -

cave Saturday, was apparently trapped by carelessness, 1:05 of the brightly sunlit afternoon, the youths plunged into The youths left behind were not immediately oeficeraed.
experts said yesterday.The Jennings, with Hazen and Lovett faithfully following the more ex- "We just waited. We looked at some fossils on the floor of the

failure"jo : quiet Gainesville High School senior who loved the water, perienced KidwelL cave," they said.
v" died while tunnel under in Gil- Then they became uneasy.
exploring a deep Jennings Spring time is left in their
The divers must know how much breathing
"The water began to silt ," Lovett said. At first, the m d'in
christ County without trailing a safety line to find his way back out. compressed air tanks. Lovett remembers almost the exact timesnvolved. up
The student apparently lost his way in muddy water and suffocated he water was just a haze. .
', He was 19. "Then finally we couldn't see the back walL"
: : Use f'' Kidwell was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Kidwell Jr. "Bobby said we'd be in there just a few minutes-he just wantec'to "I looked at my watch," Lovett continued. "It was just about.

of 120 NE 8th St. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Wil- show us the cave "Lovett said. 4 or 4 minutes since he left" ,
liams-Thomas ChapeL The trio assembled near a log in the basin of the spring. Next The youths continued to wait precisely where Kidwefl ted or.

The diver disappeared while leading a tour of the underwater* hey entered a first, short tunnel in the side of the basin. It led toi ered them to remain."I .

Jtt/e LineBlamed caves for two 18-year-old companions, Had Hazen, of 4150 NW lltl small, semicircular cavern about five feet high and 20 feet wide. think if he'd been an amateur we'd have been a great deal mere

i St, and Wayne Lovett, of 502 NW 16th Ave. Then they glided deeper down a 60-foot tunnel that sloped intra orried than we were. He was an experienced diver," flaxen said.

The surviving youths, also seniors at Gainesville High School, second chamber. Kidwell stopped at the mouth of the secont Finally Lovett ran low on air. And they knew Kidwell had already

gave the following account of the incident .avern. xhausted his supply. -
They were making shallow dives at Blue Hole spring in Colum It was larger about 50 feet from the entrance to the opposite Reluctantly, they beaded back up the slope. Three times they -

3r 'I bia County where they chanced upon Kidwell who was equipped,I" wall, and ringed with the openings of still more small tunnels. turned and flashed their lights toward the cavern in the vain hope -

: with waterproof lights. It was here that Kidwell for an unknown reason, motioned his of guiding KidwelL
The sealed lights are used for cave-diving, a term used for companions to remain where they were. Each time, the beams hit a reddish-orange cloud of silt being =

t'A skin-diving in the absolute darkness of underwater caves which Then he swam off alone, his light flickering off the walls of the;. carried up the tunnel by the slow currentSee :
where surface filters the water ( on .
wind past the point light through cavern.


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t dalnetvillt bun Monday April 20, 1964


.JAMES. BRO IE Near Alachua

M MIAMI Funeral servicesfor I To Churchill

James W. Broome, 59, a ALACHUA-Six persons were! The passing car and the oncoming -

former Gainesville resident, Ntw York G'tmtSFULTON injured in a collision about four one both drove off the

who died here Saturday, will beat Mo. Former miles west of here on State shoulder of the highway to avoid

10 a.m. tomorrow in Miami, President Harry S. Truman led!Road S-241 Saturday morning. (each other. Then the oncomingcar

with Bess Funeral Home in! dignitaries Sunday in breaki! n g All'were treated at Alachua swerved back onto the high-

charge of arrangements. ground for a mid American General Hospital and releas way and struck the auto that

4 rYa> 'i 'p aT r4'z Broome had resided im Mi- x memorial to Sir. Winston Churc- ed.The was being passed, according to

ami for the past 36 years. hill.The accident happened when Highway Patrolman Robert

former chief executive, one car started to pass in the Westberry.The .
Survivors include his widow, erect and robust three weeks '
s '" r 9 ? face of another. I
t Louise, a daughter, Mary, a before his 80th birthday, turned car that allegedly started
son, Warren, and the following the accident sequence by
the first spadeful of earth for I
I 4 Safe After
brothers> and sisters: passing never was hit.
the reconstruction of historic
an -
It was driven by Larry Mertz
Harry G. Broome, Gaines London Church on the cam- Boats CollideKEY
A Smith, Alachua.He was charged
ville, John E. Broome, Pensa- pus of Westminister College. i
with Driversof
cola, Roy C. Broome, Miami, improper passing.
It was at this small Presbyterian :
Three the other
( ) two cars were Eve-
Carl F. Broome, USAF, Ger- men's school that the'
Tampans and a Californianwere I lyn Pearson, 1801 NW 38th Ter.,
many, Mrs. Bertha Nichols,
former minister of Britain
prime -
and Cora Octavia How-
safe today after their fish Pepper
Pensacola and Mrs.
del i v e r ed his prophetic, .ell Route 3 Box 188H. The latter
ing boat collided with a Danish
Weeden St Ga.
Marys, "Iron Curtain" speech March 5,I
HAZEL MORGANA tanker in the Gulf of Mexico.A was driving the car being

JOE SHEAROUSEJoe 1946. I companion was presumed passed.
memorial service for Mrs. "A shadow has fallen upon the drowned. I The injured included both
Sales Shearouse, 65, Route -
scenes lately lighted by the Allied -
,Hazel T. Morgan, 60, Educational The four men were aboard the drivers.
afternoon athis "
two, died Saturday Sir Winston said
a victory, Three Flora
Florida passengers -
Director for the
home after an unexpected then "Nobody knows what Rus- fishing boat Miss Laural, bound Pearson Live Oak and Lavon
University ,
Institute for Continuing ;
II for her
home port of Tampa
illness. sia and its Communist interna-
Studies, will be held at and Effie Head, both of 1801
when the boat collided with the
He was a farmer and a lifelong the First Methodist Church at tional organization intends to do NW 38th Ter. riding in the

Dr. J. George Harrar, president of the Rockefeller Foundation, (center) was resident of Alachua 2:30 tomorrow.The from Stetten in the Balticto tanker, Kate Maersk about 200 Pearson car were hurt.

the commencement speaker at the University of Florida yesterday. Others are bounty. He was a member ofthe p.m. Trieste in the Adriatic, an miles southwest of St. Peters- One passenger in Mrs. How-

President J. Wayne Reitz (right) and Vice President Harry M. Philpott. Windsor Methodist Church. funeral will be 2:30 p.m. Iron Curtain has descended burg Saturday.A ell's car Johnny William

-- Funeral- services- .were. -at. 2:30. tomorrow in Beckley W. Va. across the continent. fifth member of the crew, Howell, '70, was injured.Gainesville .

More About More AboutGrads p.m. today in the Windsor A native of Virginia, Mrs. Truman told a crowd of 2,000 William Lakes, 38, of Chicago, -

Methodist Church with Rev. Morgan held degrees from Con- Sunday that the address had was missing and presumed Sun I I

Harry L. Evans officiating. BurIal cord State Teachers Collegeand formed "a part of the foreign drowned.

TragedyFrom followed in Windsor Cemetery Peabody College. She serv- policy of the free world ever The Coast Guard brought the I Published evenings except I \

: under the direction of ed as a Demonstration School since." four survivors Key West Sunday Saturday, and Sunday morn- 1
Ings by the Gainesville Pub-
Page 1 From Page 1 Jones-Johnson. Supervisor, Junior High School He recalled that Sir Winst o n They were Capt. RichardA. lishing Company at 101 SE I

Pallbearers were Dixon_Till- Principal, and Supervisor of wrote it on the train en route Taylor, 44; Edward Allen, 48, 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida
man, Burt Wetherington, Frank Public Instruction in West Virginia here from and entered as second class
Chester Whittle and Lawrence Washington. and Otto Braun, 44, all of Tam-
The two surfaced about 1:25. particularly those involving the Smith, C. S. Wilkinsor, A. D. matter at the Post Office at
It was only 20 minutes since. water. King, all members of the State Arnett and L. C. Goolsby. before joining the staff of pa, and Oscar Flub, 39, of Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION .
Board of Control and UF alumni. the Division in 1950. Azusa Calif.
three had entered. widow Honor
Survivors include his Bryant RATES BY
"He was good in the water; The tanker was undamagedstood
She member of the -
three daughters
Carrie W.
Mrs. ; was a
The enlisted the aid of he ace on water skis,
youths was an
I Several of the dignitaries wore Mrs. Delphia Davis and National Education Association, TALLAHASSEE (APFlorida by until a Coast Guard 1 Week .45
skin diver at the Lovett added.
another water's -
sun glasses as they faced the Mrs. Peal Goolsby, both of the-Governor's Children's Com- State University conferred an vessel arrived to pick up the I 3 Mot. $5.15 !

proved edge inconclusive.At but further. dives Desautels, a veteran of some glare of the sun and 86 degree Gainesville, and Mrs. Maude mission, and the National Prin- honorary doctor of laws degree survivors, then proceeded on All mail subscriptions must I {1

240 cave dives, was at a loss to temperature. But the sun also Kelly, Ocean Springs, Miss.; cipals' Association. Active in upon Gov. Farris Bryant Sat. her way. be paid in advance.

1:45, still less than an hour explain Kidwell's apparent carelessness had the effect of producing a two sons, Bennie Shearouse and the Audio-Visual section of the urday. Paid Advertising Member of Audit Bureau of

since Kidwell had led the youths in not using a safety rainbow of brilliant colors from Jerry Shearouse, both of Gaines- Florida Education Association, "You are recognized for your i Circulation.All .

into the water, Lovett drove off line. the hoods and gowns of the doctorate ville; two sisters, Mrs. Clara she served as secretary for ability as a debater and you are I iI
material contained' herein h
to call the sheriff's departmentSkin and masters candidates. Link, Lake City, and Mrs. four years. known as one of the most artic production In whole or In part is 1

divers from three clubs President J. Wayne Reitz pre- Pearl Torode, Lynchburg, Va.; Mrs. Morgan is survived by ulate men in public life," Uni the Publishing property Company of ,the(c) Gainesville 164. Re-

assembled for the recovery operations sided over the ceremonies and and 11 grandchildren. versity President Gordon Black- l itrtetly forbidden without the written j
three Mrs. Leon '
daughters, oermlsslon of the publisher. ;
along with deputies introduced the commencement well told the governor.
Skin Diving HANNAH LILLYMrs. Stutzman, Buffalo, N.Y., Mrs.T"nomas .
Columbia and
from Gilchrist, speaker.
Campbell;Norfolk, Va.,
Alachua County Sheriff's de- Hannah Mary Lilly, 79,
and Mrs. Cahrles Carroll Ans-
Death 55th In
partments. an Orlando housewife who had
James A. Olson, of 1922 NW World's Fair visited with her daughter here bach, Germany; a sister Mrs.
Kenneth Van
Wynen, Ramsey,
7th Lane, and Ray Williams: Recent Years for the last two months, died
I N.J.; and a brother, John
of 122 NW 16th Ave., membersof yesterday in Alachua General I:
Athens W. Va.
Kidwell's own local skin-div-I Bobby Kidwell's death was Stall-In Hospital.Her Thompson, A Financing Plan for Every Need ; -

ing club, the Barnacle I the 55th attributed to skindiving -' daughter here is Mrs. Her late husband, Thomas .

Divers, Inc., brought the bo d y in Florida in the past four Plans GrowNEW Lois Neill. Morgan, died in 1943. ,

up at 3:20 Sunday morning. : vears., a c cor dine to statistics Mrs. Lilly's body will be sent The family has requested no Y'o'':"' "',,",

Ozzie Park, 44, Jacksonville: compiled by Dave Des a utels, to her native Iowa for funeral flowers be sent, but that donations t ...-1fo"+ ._.-.- >'...... """ :..
printer and safety officer n a safety traning officer for the local YORK (AP-Plans for services and burial. Williams- instead by made to the == ._ ::.:] I IL
Florida Skin 'civil rights demonstrations on Thomas[ is in charge.
director of the Barnacle Busters scuba Gainesville Scholarship and
'opening day of the World's Fair
Divers Assn., and Dave Desau- unit NELSON GOODWIN Loan Fund.
tels, 27, a safety and training Wednesday now reportedly in-
officer for the Barnacle Bust- Desautels, highly concernedat clude a scheme to tie up mostof Nelson Harris Goodwin, 81,: WRIGHT INFANT VkP 1

ers, agreed on .the probablecause the death rate which has ex- the city's transportation sys- 2103 NW 40th Ter., died yesterday -
of the drowning. ceeded one a month, was plan- tem-subways, commuter trains at his home. Maria Del Lourdes Wright, the :

The silt the youths saw in the ning last night a panel investigation and highway travel. He had lived here with his infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. r
of ways to cut the number The "secret" Claiborne Goodwin since Julio A. Wright, 359 E FlavetII
t water was red clay, kicked up plans, reportedby I son, .t
he of fatalities. October 1963. He nativeof died Saturday at Alachua v
by Kidwell's swim fins as newspapers today, could was a

' swam, Park said. However, Desautels stressedthe play havoc with travel in a cityof Nelson County, Va. He wasa General Hospital.She .

The diver doesn't know he is fact that the 55 deaths were eight million swelled by thou- retired auditor. He was a died the same day she ;_ : .Y

kicking up this silt until he caused by all types of skin-div- sands of fair visitors. Presbyterian. was born. '1, : i I

turns around. ing around the state. This in- President Johnson, scheduled Besides his son, survivors include -

Then he is confronted with cludes diving in springs, caves, to be an opening-day visitor, a sister, Mrs. Charlotte Besides her parents, survivors (

murky water that stops his light the ocean and even a few swim- may get caught in the transpor- Rucker, Roseland, Va. Funeral include a sister, Carmen Myra

beam like a wall, Park con- ming pool deaths, he said. tation snarl, one civil rights services will be at 2 p.m. Thurs- Wright, Gainesville. Williams-

tinued. Unless the diver droppeda leader said.Tactics dav in Wavnesboro..' Va. WilliamsThomas Thomas is in charge.

f line he he is in charge lo
s a e ty as swam
can't find his way out until the More About I include reportedly pulling being emer-considered cally. More About tr -o 5-,

I silt settles. a .
gency cords on fair-bound ROBERT KIDWELL
The silt apparently trapped
Kidwell in a funnel until his air LaosFrom I trains, jamming ticket lines- Funeral services will be held< Racial
without buying tickets-at fair I
out Park said. i. -
ran Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Williams
entraces, or picketing the ;
Desautels, an inhalation them- gatesto Thomas Chapel for Robert R. I i

apist at the University of Flor- Page 1 dissuade fair visitors from Kidwell III, 19, who drowned I .a

ida Medical Center, agreed. The entering. Saturday. From Page 1 I,

body was covered with silt, but Secretary of State Dean Rusk, Queens Disk Atty. Frank Kidwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. l t i .
completely intact, he said. Even who had been visiting South O'Connor prepared to seek a Robert R. Kidwell Jr., of 120 would not have long to wait be- t'I
the face mask and airhose temporary restraining order today fore the barriers fell.
Viet Nam, said before leavingfor NE 8th St., was born in San- /
mouthpiece were still in place. against traffic snafu at
any ford. He was a senior at Gaines-
Washington that the United "You can expect scars 4
"Bob Kidwell was an excellent,, the fairgrounds. He invited
States disapproved of the coup ville High School and a memberof jail to be called names t'I 9
skin diver but had practically'' demonstration leaders to meet
the Christian Science Church. "
and feared it might upset the to lose jobs. .even death, he
no cave diving experience with him today to discuss their Burial will be at H i 1 lcrest desegregation '
Desautels said.Desautels Geneva accord of 1962 which set said. King said the Negro's r
highway-jam threat. r
Cemetery. The Rev. K. E. Harp
and Lovett described -up a coalition government for revolution was caus- y
As the demonstrationplans
reported will officiate. counterrevolution. "That's I
Laos. ing
Kidwell as quiet, an average -
grew-from an auto stall- Survivors include his "
student who different Britain and France also came parents; what we're seeing now, he .
enjoyed -
in[ on access roads to the fair three brothers, John, Steven said. 'The old guard will never. I
types of rugged sports, out in opposition to the coup. r :
to sit-ins lie-ins and alike and and three
Craig sisters
n ; He will down fight
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other major highways, bridgesand I Barbara, Billie and Brenda. ing. I

Weather Roundup in tunnels throughout the
J city-reverberations sounded in I LYDIA FEHMERLINGCEDAR "Freedom is never given free-

ly by the oppressor; freedom
Congress. Former President
: KEY Services for
l i. \ Harry S. Truman said the stallin Mrs. Lydia Helene Fehmerling, must be"demanded by the op' NEW ASSOCIATES

....016 B would be "damn foolish." 76, will be tomorrow at 3 p.m. pressed.

(. .... e:. \ I "They'll make a damn sight Whiter Haven. Cautioning the Negro against

r W. o..was 'more enemies than friends by I She died Sunday night at the listening to pleas to wait in the

I C doing a thing like this," said home of Joe Wilder, where she desegregation fight and let time

day.A -Low Partly tonight cloudy In the through 60s. Tues High ___..\... Truman, who arrived in New, lived since 1952. Mrs. Fehmer- take its course, King said: FAMILY GROWTH ii

Tuesday 76 to 84. ........ York Sunday to make a televi- !ling came to Cedar Key from
BCD Generally fair '\ \ sion film about his administration. Winter Haven, where she had "Gradualism is little more
I lived' since 1915. than do-nothingism that ends up .
Low .
through Tuesday. tonight .t.\ I
: as stand-stillism. Time is neutral
60 to 65. High Wednesday 80 = -, Supporters and opponents of Survivors include a son,
1 \ ; it can be used either constructively -
to 85. Southeast and south E the civil rights bill in the Senateagreed Bernhard, Bridgeton, N.J.; abrother'Rudolph or destructively." FINANCING PLAN

winds 5 to 15 miles an hour. :- that the public harass Viertel, Winter.

\ ,.... ment could have. an adverse effect Haven; a grandson., Steve n Striking out at arguments that .
E F H I Generally fair tt'treuoll"r a \ on chances passing the Fehmerling, Cedar Key and legislation could not solve the

Tuesday.Wednesday Low 14 tonight to i M. M Est to and 65.Southeast High \ I i j legislation.Said three nieces and two nephews. problem King said, "It may be provides money for 3 of the most important
winds 10 to 11 miles an hour, H' i Rev. Forest McCann of the true that can't legislate integration -
M Sen. Hubert H. Hum- you
diminishing some at fcht. .
14th Street Church of Christin
I s phrey, D-Mlnn., floor ; but you can legislate expenditures of American familiesMedical.
managerfor young
G J K Generally fair through -- Gainesville will officiate atomorrow's
/' Tuesday. Low tonight 72. High Wednej- ""'MIll the House-passed bill: desegregation."It .
day 82. Easterly winds 10 to 20 miles L services at the Ot -

i an hour. .,.. "We'll be hearing from people Laughlin chapel in Winter Haven is natural to be in an inte- home furnishings home improvements now can
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: Municipal Airport readings monthly payment-eliminate
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Regulus. near the Moon. High 86 at 3 p.m., low 55 at : ,while income
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Monday, April 20, '1964 Gainesville Sun 3

i Roads Need Improvement- How? Is the Big Issue I


TALLAHASSEE (AP) Each a will not honor any private or let-I..favor revising the formula for perience; appointed by the Cab- tion of local materials properly las County: "Since I will be
of the nine candidates for gov- (Editor's Note: The six Democratic and three Re- ter agreement not to build roads distribution of road funds so it inet and with full jurisdictionover stabilized with cement or asphalt faced with many commitmentsof
ernor is stumping the state on a publican candidates for governor of Florida responded competing with or parallelingtoll is based upon the present popu- engineering, right-of-way I am afraid that the inter-: the present administration un-
platform that the state's high- to an Associated Press request for their positionson roads, causeways and bridges -lation rather than the 1930 pop- acquisition and personnel. The state system will eventually op known at this time it is impos-
way construction program needs several major issues facing the next administration. ; nor will I honor any previous ulation." State Road Board would sit as erate to the detriment of manyof sible to specify at this time

improvement; but all are divided Each issue and the candidates' views have been scheduling of construction for Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia a policy making body only, our smaller towns which are what I would do as to any specific -
on the solutions and on the discussed in separate dispatches. Today's final in- future money not yet available, County: "I shall insist that all leaving the administrative duties -completely bypassed and will roads. I would ask the Leg-
problems.In stallment discusses attitudes toward roads and high- unless such schedules are clear- roads be located based solely on to the commissioner. The result in economic injury to a islature to put the Road Board
ly in the best interests of the commissioner would be remov- lot of our citizens who are pres- membership basis
ways.) need and that all roads be economically on a rotating ;
their responses to an As- state. I shall not arbitrarily. and efficiently con- able only by the! Cabinet for ently dependent upon the tourist and I would have an in-depth
sociated Press survey, the six opposed to a bond program provided structed. No highway will ever just cause, providing continuitysince trade as a livelihood. Roads study made of the fairness of the
Democratic and three Republican In 1960, Sen. Scott Kelly ways and the State Road Depart- interest rates and fees are be constructed while I am governor -( the Cabinet members should be built. ..where need is formula for allocation of secon- I
candodates showed they Lakeland-now a candidate for ment emerged as an issue facingthe reasonable and there is sufficient for the purpose of making may succeed themselves). Ad- greater and located where the dary road funds; and determine '
were divided on how best to governor-headed a committeethat candidates if not the next desire on the part of county i popular either my administration -ditionally, the board would de- service to the public will be some procedure for reducing the
meet what they considered thestate's uncovered scandals in the administration.Here officials and the citizens within or any individual connectedwith develop a five-year plan of con-,best." high cost of right-of-way acqui
highway problems. road departmentThen the district or county. Careful my administration. As a struction based upon traffic I Rep. Charles Honey of Pinel- sition.
Four are the viewpoints of the made under ad- count consideration
candidates called for studies will be or by the
sweeping changes in the State during the following ad- candidates on the question of ministration to develop meansto mater of principle, I am oppos-i Legislature."
ed to the construction of toll the ONE
B Road Board and department. ministration of Gov. Farris Bry- what to do about highways in expedite the construction of roads in Florida. A complete Sen. John Mathews of Jackson- place to call orMONEY
Three specified wanted ant, several sections of the state Florida: interstate and to comple- ville
they system system of free roads will be : "A complete reorganization -
I highways built on the basis of -mainly the eastern and south- Democrats: ment it with a connecting, network our goaL My aim will be the of the Road Departmentmust

greatest need. Two opposed toll ern portions-complained con- Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack- of primary and secondary removal, as soon as practicaland be done. Antique, extrava-
roads. tinually over the program for sonville: "All of the agreementsand roads." possible of those tolls now gant and often overlapping prac-
Through it all came the indi- locating interstate. and primary arrangements (for highway Former Sen. Fred O. (Bud) charged on Florida's highwaysand tices must be ended. I will rec- t tth mitrnu.
I! exJed.I highways.As construction) are subject to re- Dickinson of West Palm Beach: bridges including the Sun- ommend an enlarged road board
/ a result, roads and high- view; and review them I will. I "I have a complete new program shine Parkway. There is no with staggered terms. .to help wt it
F in development on roads magic formula to provide more end the waste that comes from

and highways based upon along money for roads without addi- conflicting policies as adminis- Here's a golden opportunity to get cash double
Princeton Had Open Arms term, 25yearprogramwhich tional taxes." Nevertheless, trations change. I will strongly fast during Beneficial's Golden Anniversary
match the Karl in the oppose any more toll roads.
will policy suggested efficiency Republicans Celebration. Call up or come in for the cash you
adopted by the Federal Bureauof road department would resultin Ken Folks : c to want now to clean up left-over bills or
of Orlando
But Star Frosh Didn't ExistPRINCETON I'tem Roads which and wil its allow interstate county gov-sys- promised more miles more of new highway.and four-He inate the waste in the road: "Elim-pro- ; vv, for any good reason. We like to say "Yesri

nments to plan as wel. My laned roads along the east and gram. Stop using the road program i
plans call for consistent devel west coasts, in urban areas and for a gravy train to at- BENIIICIAL

N.J. (AP) student at East Lansing, Mich.,I The next problem was to get opment of four and six-lane, major cities, and to sped up the tract "contributions for cam- I! ,
Red-faced Princeton University High School. During the Christ-; Oznot's high school marks on facilities and elements. The' interstate system. paigns. FINANCE SYSTEM
officials have admitted a re- mas vacation Columbia Univer- his application, which must be piecemeal approach we have' Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland: H. B. (Bob) Foster of Fort
markable student who meets all sity sophomore Charles A. filled in by secondary school used in the past has multipliedthe "There is too great a gap be- Myers the Beach: "I propose that Loans up to$600 on Furniture.Car or Note

the qualifications but one he I Lieppe, 19, Freeport, N.Y., posing authorities familiar- with the cost to the taxpayer in a tween the development of our systems specifications be modified on highway Beneficial Finance Co. of Gainesville
to the end
doesn't"An exist. as Oznot, went to Princetonfor student substantial xlegree." primary system and the progress that we may have, from an en- 301N.. MAIN ST.(Opp.Masonic Home)GAINESVILLE .
ingenious, well-planned an interview. Mayor Robert King High of of the interstate system. Phone:376-2676 Ask for the YES MANager
*' East Lansing High School of- gineering viewpoint, a more ,
hoax Admissions
E. Princeton Miami: "I am in favor of com- due basically to a lack of continuity modern of OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT-PHONE FOR HOURS
Alden Dunham declared after Two students, Ar- ficials didn't see this one, butit type roadway at less J
learning that Joseph David thur F. Davidsen, 19, Freeport, was filled out somehow. pletely revamping the State from one governor's administration cost which embraces the utiliza- e 19d3.8ENEFCIALFINANCECO.WWAJ3J1liLthJ: I
the next. Myplan..will
Oznot won't show for fresh- N.Y., and Thomas R. Reed III, The letter of acceptance to. Road Department so that professional to
classes this up be- 19, Dearborn, Mich., then tookOznot's Oznot, one of 1,165 mailed to I II people are in chargeof provide this continuity. ,
man September
I Under plan, the Road
planning and determining my
college board examina- candidates for Old Nassau, wentto
cause he was just a student in- would be reorganized -
where roads will be built rather Department
vention. tions. Davidsen, a prospective the address of a social fraternity -
astrophysics major, took the at :Michigan State Uni- than the pork barrel system now with a highway commission
"We would have loved to have
employed. In short, roads shouldbe er (a professional enginer with
him," said Dunham ruefully. English and mathematics apti- versity in East Lansing.The .
i Dunham acknowledged that a tude portion in the morning, and others in the hoax were built
Reid I took the afternoon WARMING TR AYYOUR I -
letter of acceptance had gone portionof Steven E. Cook, 19, Dearborn,
Oznot who had the test in Latin and English Mich.
Wednesday to a student at Michigan ex10
been described as a classicist, composition. State, and Princeton students
a concert pianist, treasurer of Oznot-Davidsen and Reid- Frederick W. Talcott II, 19, NAME IN 22 CARAT
his J high: school_ class in East scored in the 700s out of a pos- Baldwin, N.Y., and Steven D.
Lansing, Mich., and son of the sible 800. Reich, 18,Hackensack, N.J. ,; "
wealthy private detective, Wil-I %' TAX ASSESSOR 'Ia
liam H. Oznot. t_'
Dunham and other officials II : l KEEP J. PIERCE i

I learned of the university's loss RENTATV'TECH a
from the University Press Club, t, T: SMITHPd. S
which got the word straight 1 TELEVISION C II: FR. 2-0'433 I
from the whimsical creators of I22N.W.. ICfhAve. Y O.UR N
Oznot Press Club members ( Adv.) E %

promise' d t o k cep sec. vet th e .. 2 'GOES N F
I names of Oznot's creators. i F y;
I Last week the hoaxers -
four Princeton sophomores and
two students from Columbiaand 1b
Michigan State universities DISCOUNT DRUGS x t
J owned up to their identities ,. w
after Dunham had said the 1
university planned no disciplinary -
action. # YOURS I
'j\\ The hoax was hatched last FREE
October when, as one of them I PROFESSIONAL SERVICE PHARMACY I Choose the same color as THE PURCHASE THIS
put it: "We wanted to add an your new Frigldalre Range
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They submitted a preliminary at least 2 Other Discount Prescription top Hu
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I F you for your want prescriptions to pay. more- I F you wish to pay ,less : 4. unit.Instant heat! S p eed-Heat surface

For yean the comment of '
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when I would
Mr. Dirker sug-
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It wouldn't save anything andit
doesn't gin me any extra
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Instead of his usual replyof I 4. = dient- I .Jet-fast Speed- ep out of the way. "
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4 .Gainesville bun Monday, April 20,, 1964


I kiurzuflkixit THESOUTH GOP's Stubborn Problems

HAREISOS. President' and Writ Lark mimtll Eisenhower left the parry primarily enthusiastic, and besides even keep pace with the political
=_ PablUheri PAT COWLES. Vie. PresIdenti By JAMES RESTON in the hands of the con- he is almost six years older problems of the future, both
ED JOHNSON. Tie Pre.ldea'Florida's servative forces he came into to
WASHINGTON Whatever than President Johnson.IN parties are probably going
i and Exeeotl EdiUn W. G. (Bill politics to oppose. In fact, by
= Beautiful EBERSOLE. Vie. PreiWemt sad AdvcrtUiic happens to the Republican have to work together to raise
his second term the conserva-
*t Directed BOB TAKTAGUONE. SHORT, the party is in the level of federal
'University City' By RALPH McGILL I Party in this year's .presidential tive Republicans were influencing govern-
Vies President ad Cire lion Uaa.cer. .Ol the Atlanta. (Ga.) CwutiUttoa more was
: going to have to recruit and influencing them. hope of revival lies in the congressmen, and agreeon
THE SUN'S POLICY '" bring along a whole new gen- state capitals where it still wholly different ways to
LaborMoves has solid is finance political campaignsfor
";;or-: eration of political leaders ONE RESULT is that the power. There
1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns' t- little chance that vigorous state and federal office.
The contrast today betweenits that in such
'. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in -editorials party pioneered moderate
Republicans are
controversial' issues. membership and its lead- revolutionary measures as going The present system of rely-
3. Publish all sides of important
: : to to the of
ership between its promiseand come top
the Homestead Act and the ing on rich candidates and
The Sun's telephones: All De artments-372.8441. d. its is start- Capitol Hill-with the possible
p performance, act that set up the land grant contributions from big indus-
I : Wont Ads-376-4672 r ling. It is as rich in talentedmen colleges in this country finds exception of Gerald Ford of tries seeking federal govern-
I as it is in money. In an itself run today primarily by Michigan but it still has ment contracts not only elimI-
WestIn of talent in life
plenty private
age of technology and mana- its most conservative ele nates men who have the ability -
gerial skill, it gets the supportof ments, led in the Congress by and its problem is to get its to be governors or even

II A Plea to Our Senator the decade between 1950- most of the engineers, lawyers Dirksen and Halleck, and governorships most able supporters, as G into e o rge the presidents, but is an invitation -
and administrators of represented in the presidential to corruption.This .
1960 the rates of in
change did in Michigan.
the nation but somehow it Romney
campaign by a single
1 "I believe in equality before the rine generalities as prominent, great, employment reflect not mere- does not get them into the candidate who inspired the There are, for example, few is not merely a Repub

law and equality of opportunity. ButI distinguished, significaht, influential, ly the historic continuing shift presidential battle. confidence of the whole party, more able and attractive men lican but a national problem.The .

f', I am opposed to extremism, violence humble.A of ture manpower to industry from and agricul-service With the Democrats, poli- let alone of the whole nation. in American politics today country needs a strong
two-party system in all states
i: and hate campaigns on either side. underscore also the tics is a fulltime profession, The professionals at the than former Attorney GenerafWilliam
; and all regions, and a regular
but with the it but be has
national committee and state Rogers,
building is named for him in astonishing mobility of the alternation of parties in the
is a part time hobby. There chairmen level prefer Gold- never been mentioned. Young
"More responsible leadership must labor force in responding to White House and in opposi
I Tallahassee, and -his name is uttered are not two more influentialor water, but many of them do Representative John Lindsayof
be in racial fields. We opportunities. tion. But that is not the
encouraged with in the halls of busi- promising men in the field not have the courage of their New York has possibilities, way
Florida California Nevada The Democrats
things are
must put an end to the cultivated of American foreign and de- prejudices. They never liked but he is too liberal to advance going.
and Arizona the four elected
a president
i feeling of minorities, and recognizethat ness. were fense policy today than Secretary Rockefeller, and he has made under Halleck in the only
I states showing the greatest twice between 1860 and 1912.
his House of Representatives, and
I we are all Americans. of Defense McNamaraand rejection comparativelyeasy.
increase in percentage em- The Republicans have beenin
But the facts are that history may W. McGeorge Bundy, Nixon is willing to cooperate will probably have to transfer
of the White House
the 10
I ployment years only eight
II both of whom at one time or but they are not sure his political base to Al-
I be forced to evaluate Senator Hollandas
Fine words are these from a 40 per cent and over. years out of the last 32. And
another the GOP they want him. They are bany if he is ever to come
t'' Floridian. a puppet for big business and a In the old cotton South, supported the outlook for the GOP in
( was not the Republicansbut willing to listen to Scranton into the national picture.
bigot with amazing intellectual re Georgia and Louisiana had the future will be even more
the Democrats who but he won't speak or co
increase between 10 and bleak unless they devise
an new
Are they from the U.S. Senate sources. History's evalution will brought them into the top lev- operate. Lodge is being forc- MEANWHILE, IF the political -
20 per cent. Their neighbors, ways to get their most talented -
floor, from the lips of Senator Spes- stem from the headlines in the New Alabama, South Carolina, el of the federal government. ed on them but they are not talent of the country is toBy members into the gover

sard L. Holland who is grapplingthis York Times and the St. Louis Post- Tennessee and North Carolina norships of the states.Must .

moment with the most Dispatch and the Atlanta Constitu- had a rate of increase PARADOXICALLY, Presi- BELOW OLYMPUS 'Interlandi'
very dent Eisenhower, in his eight
tion which find the Senator manningthe under 10 per cent Arkansasand .S
pressing social problem of the cen- Mississippi showed losses.In years in the White House,

tury? ramparts only in behalf of big the border states, Ken- talked more about getting

tax breaks and only against civil tucky and West Virginia had good young men from busi- 511 Look

No not from Senator Holland of rights. (He was, of course, opposedto each a decrease. Virginia was ness and the professions into sa K

the great liberal Democratic Party. the poll tax. But that was a dead in the 10 per cent and under the government than any i
The Part
president since Roosevelt, and
20 cent increase .
horse before the Senator per catergory.CONCENTRATION
Instead from his opponent for the long did less about it. He did go

I Senate seat, Claude R. Kirk, memberof flaying it.) of in- to Detroit for help, but he u- (C) New York Times

the "racially timid" Republican creases in the rate of changein went to the wrong automobile \ ( 1 WASHINGTON Sargen)

Party. This is another way of saying employment for the decadewas -company, and chose the top \. Shriver's antipoverty campaign '

I Senator Holland has contributedlittle west of the Mississippi.The man in General Motors, Char- ::: has brought some part.time consultants j
three leaders there were, lie Wilson, who was fading, to his Peace Corps Of.
I Thus is the quixotic nature of politics to the mainstream of American (Ii
California than McNamara
I as before noted, rather at fice, among them one Hyman
I in Florida.As life. Arizona and Nevada. Just be- Ford, who was coming.It Bookbinder. Bookbinder is now

low them in rate advanceswere is in the years of its director of the Eleanor Roose

usual, when civil rights is the The current debate over civil Texas, New Mexico, presidential power that a velt Memorial Foundation in
Colorado, Utah, Alaska and its structure New York
party can change
i subject of Senate debate, SenatorHolland's rights serves to demonstrate. As .
Hawaii, all with 20 per cent and personnel. The Presidenthas
name is pegged indelibly in Senator Holland is quick to and under 40 per cent" in- the of appointment: Last week, the part-time poverty
the headlines. Consistently, he op- point out, the Civil Rights Actno crease. He can bring almost anybody fighter packed his toothbrush .

poses any legislation designed to doubt has flaws. But insteadof East of the Mississippi, only from private life into publiclife. and his tuxedo to fly downto
Washington so that he could
ease the lot of the Negro. perfecting the bill. Sena- Connecticut made so good a He has the authority, as attend the Women's National
showing as this latter groupof leader of his party, to in-
Holland embarks the
tor on lamentable Press Club dinner honoring Mrs.Roosevelt's .
Western states. In Massa- fluence the selection of the
Senator Holland does not defend path of filibustering, quorum chusetts, Pennsylvania, Mis- national committeemen and f fgnet. memory.He .

discrimination with the fireworks ofa calls and other schoolboy delaying souri, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minne- even the state chairmen, and went directly to the "Po

Gene Talmadge or the vitupera- tactics. In this, he does no credit to sota, Nebraska and Oklahoma to urge capable men in the verty Office" and unpacked his

1i tiveness of a Bilco. Instead, he defends Florida. all relatively far ad- states to seek elective officein osbrBs1ufc tuxedo to let the creases hangout
vanced industrially long be- the state capitols.
racial discrimination with the "It's the Mason-Dixon Line I'm just moving it
fore the decade under study, After eight years in Wash- I
: same precise legalistic terms which Senator Holland at age 72 is in the the rate of employment ington, however, President north as far as Wisconsin!" Another poverty fighter saw

he uses in supporting tax breaks for evening of life. He has no strong change also was slowed. That the affluent symbol and askedto

oil millionaires. And with equal lega- opposition, and his re-election is a the rate similarly was lowerin know "w h 0 had the

:. listic preciseness, he fights tax sure thing. God willing, he will have some of the Southern states POTOMAC FEVERBy office nerve!"to hang this in a poverty

breaks for parents who are financing six more years on the public stage. lacking comparative indus- Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau
trial status the
went off formallybut
: children in college. major conclusion, which is International agreement: Republicans and the people of Viet Nam share a shamefaced, to the black-tie
His current path, if unaltered, will that the changes highlight the mutual hope that if Cabot Lodge comes home, they may both start win- dinner.

_. Nigh unto 40 years, the Senator bring him honors of a sort resolu- necessary mobility of the la- ning.

: has been an elected official. His influence tions of praise from the Chamber of bor force in responding to -- .

-- doubtless has reaped for Commerce, a citation from the Na- opportunities. LBJ decries extremism by street demonstrators. He prefers the extremismof

Florida many a material benefit tional Association of Manufacturers, MOBILITY WILL be in- demonstrators who'll crowd the aisles at the Atlantic City convention to

an air base here, an agricultural lab favorable mention at Ku Klux Klan creasingly required of the yell for Lyndon. RighteousNew

there, a federal research grant for rallies, and dedication of the "Hol production worker and the --

Joe and an Annapolis appointmentfor land Memorial Highway." "managers" of industry. It Economic traitor: The guy who's saving his tax cut instead of squanderinghis Smokers
Moe. was not too long ago that a money like the government was doing for him.
mojority of such workers (c) New York Times
But it will be a tragic attempt to could look forward .to grow- -- WASHINGTON Surgeon

j For these he has received due stifle an intellectually burgeoning ing up, finding a job and remaining It seems that reports of Khrushchev's death were grossly exaggerated. That General Luther L. Terry told

thanks. Examine recent newspaper America and stuff its listless car- all their lives in the was a hearse of another color. an audience the other day

endorsements for his re-election. cass into the cast iron mold of his community in which they -- about an unexpected resultof

They are swimming in such saccha- youth. were born. This possibilityis Cigaret sales are rising again. Reason: All the people who are bumming his report on smoking and
not extinct. But it
steadily health. He was stopped on the
cigarets from those who are going to quit next week.
decreases. way into the Public Health
Since the Second World Service by a colleague who
War, workmen more and Democrats worry about reaction of male voters to President Johnson's sud- said:
more have had to go where den promotion of so many women to high government jobs. Will Lyndon's
Voice of the new job opportunities were harem scare 'em? "The smoking report, I can
PeopleA opening up. Many had grown -- tell you, certainly has had an
used to this during the war effect on the national institutesof
I when defense work caused WRITER'S NOTE With this column, I'm ending 14 years of writing Potomac Fever. Its health. Why, there are dozens -
The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions hundreds of thousands of new author will be Jack Wilson whose wit has long delighted readers of Cowles newspapers, of people on the staff now
: = ==== skilled workers, carpenters, and I highly recommend his product. With best regards to all my friends around the coun- smoking pipes who never

metal fabricators welders riveters try. Sincerely, Fletcher Knebel.Tracking. smoked in their lives before!"
and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters ,
't must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot and so on, to move
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The about the country living in
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning orintent.
the myriad trailer cities that

Thanks for Help showing of safety. films for see that if force were an effective sprang For an up even over longer the nation.periodof LBJ Travelling Road Show \II

organizations.And way to end disputes, time, the engineers and
On Safety Drive now may I remind you these past several decades technicians of the nation had
that the cheapest insuranceyou would have been the happiest come to accept mobility as a By CHARLES BAILEY "Fish Room" a conference room near the President's office
EDITOR Sun: Having just can ever buy is seat belts.If period in history. But nations way of life. Real estate com- Cowles Washington Bureau -for a conference that consisted of a statement by Mr.
finished a year as presidentof ( you use them, that is.) continue to use the means that panies and church secretariesare WASHINGTON Under Lyndon B. Johnson's direction, Johnson, one question and one answer, obviously prearranged,
the Gainesville and J. M. McCLAMROCH, MJD. has failed repeatedly during well acquainted with the the presidential press conference has taken on some of on the Bobby Baker case.
Alachua County Citizens Safe- the first half of this century results of population mobility. the characteristics of a traveling roadshow.The -Jan. 25: The President again called reporters to his office
ty Council, I would like to Wishes MoreHadMarched not to go back further in chief executive and his supporting cast of reporters, for an unannounced meeting. This was also the first of eight

take this opportunity to thank history, which, Lord Acton is PERCENTAGE employmentrate photographers, television camermen, Secret Service agents, consecutive news conferences held on a Saturday.Feb. .
the Gainesville Sun for their reported to have said, teachesus increases in Western stenographers and assorted technicians have played more 1: The press was summoned to the White House

excellent cooperation and nothing. states are due, in the main, spots than a strip-teaser on the run from the morals squad. movie theatre, a long, narrow room in the East Wing. There
coverage of the activities of EDITOR, Sun: In a recent Again we were reminded of perhaps, to the new industriesand When Mr. Johnson held a new* conference in the State De- was another first here: Reporters had two hours' advance
the council. The council is letter in The Sun the writer the bantering figure of speech services growing up partment auditorium last Thursday, he had come full circle- notice.Feb.
also grateful to the County seemed disturbed by the which N. K. used, "We will around the space and defense for this was the room where the late President Kennedy 29: Mr. Johnson's first live-television conference was
Commissioners for appropriating "peace marchers," as he bury you." Later he had to industry locations. But this is invariably held his own press conferences. held in the international conference room at the State De-

4 funds to aid in Safety called them, who appearedin explain to the Dr. Strange- not the whole story. partment. Like the movie theatre session, this was a loca-
activities.We Gainesville on Easter Sun- loves and to many prosaic Samuel Lenner, of the Du- BEFORE COMING to roost, at least temporarily, in the tion where no president had previously met the press.
are appreciative of the day.It. Americans, who, upon hear- Pont Company writes in big auditorium Mr. Johnson had tried just about every other March 7: The President invaded new territory again to holda

many persons who have given should be clear that if the ing the expression, saw onlya "Automation": What a work- room in town ,big enough to hold the crowd-and some that televised conference in the White House East Room, the
generously of time and races of men had felt as do shovel that the adverb eco man knows in his head already were patently too smalL ornate ceremonial chamber of the mansion.
money for the council's work. the peace marchers, those nomically was the implied is more important than Only two locations have been used more than once. His March 21: The President slipped in a side door of Press

Mrs. George Singleton is the young boys who used to roll modifier. Every informed what he can do with first two news sessions, in December and one in January were Secretary George Reedy's office to read a statement on Pan-
newly elected president. She on skates around our square American should know that his hands though both held in his oval office; the last two before this week were ama and then answer questions from reporters who had come

is an ardent worker, and will and who are "now at Tulagi, such a burial should never forms of talent are still in held in the adjacent Cabinet.Room. there assuming they would see no one but Reedy.
be asking for the continued New Guinea, Normandy and happen; and N. K. has enough demand. Ten years ago Du- Otherwise, it's been strictly one-night stands. And in addi- March 28: Back at the ranch for Easter, the President
support of the public. The beneath the timeless sea" judgment not to seek a war Pont instrument mechanics tion to changing the site each time, the President has kept summoned newsmen from Austin, Tex., 65 miles away packed
work of the Council encom- might well today be in business which would end all wars and spent 80 per cent of their reporters guessing as to when and under what ground rules them into his ranch-house office and held a press con

passes safety for traffic, home in Gainesville. civilization in the bargain. time on physical work and he would see them. ference.
and school, bicycle safety, On the contrary, if the ANOTHER OBSERVER 20 per cent on analysis of After the two opening performances in his office, here are -April 10: A handful of startled newsmen, waiting on the
fire prevention, industrial races of men continue to feel problems. Today those fig- the bookings for the LBJ Show: south lawn to see Mrs. Johnson, were invited to ask ques-

safety, boating safety even as does the writer referred to But Has Franks ures are reversed." -Dec. 27: The President held an open-air session at his lions by the President -shouting down from the second-floor
classes in baby sitting. above, the future holds only Employment is at a record Texas Ranch, using a couple of bales of hay for a lectern. Truman" balcony of the executive maaska. They did.
The Council's office is at death and destruction for us Really Changed? high largely becuase of -Jan. 8: Despite nippy weather, the President summoned -Apri111: Back in the Cabinet Room.
926 West University Avenue, all. If only man could learn techno 1 ogy Unemployment newsmen to the White House rose garden for a briefing on -April 16: State Department Auditorium, which by this
telephone 37 .0305. Call our that violence begets violence, EDITOR, Sun: Claude M. grows also because of it the State of the 'Union message. The uniform of the day included time really looked good to the press corps. They even found

secretary, Mrs. Monnie Williams and that violence of this day (Red) Franks, former Mach- The answer to this paradox overcoats.Jan. their old nameplates still on the seats reserved for them
for information regard- marks the end. ua County Tax Assessor, is certainly will not be found in 23: Reporters were called into the White House during the Kennedy administration.

ing safety programs, or for Anyone shoul be able to (See VOICE on Page 7) dulling the edge of technology.

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4 Gainesville Sun Monday, xU, I i ut
were in Gainesville recently\Civic Auditorium I at Pittsburgh ;

CONSCIENCES : COLORED NEWS combining business and plea-! Pa., April 26.

sure. I The critical issue will be the i
elimination of the church's Cen-
OF S B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor: Rev. Mr. Gainous is a for-.tral Jurisdiction which ends
afttrziiflkixxt mer pastor of the Shady Grove
PERSONALSMiss Miss Mattie M. Smith, of I.Primitive Baptist Church here. Negro segregatin in the church.

== Mary H. Thomas and Tampa, is vacationing here for Eugene Crawford who finished There will be delegates from

Miss Carrie M. James, both of two weeks with her sister, Mrs. a nine week intern at the the Florida Conference in at

Jacksonville were guests of. Ann Miller. Wingate Junior High School at tendance.ANNUAL.

__ JOHN B. HARRISON. President Vle Pre MarabUihefi t4eat Miss Thomas relatives here flew Ft. Lauderdale, recently left I .
PAT COWLES. SOUTH ( J William Andrews yester-
Tic President yesterday.Mr. II I for the Florida A. and M. University MEETINGThe
= | ED I day to Boston, Mass., on a two-
__ Florida's Beautiful'University ) i ind EBEKSOLE.E see the TU Edltwi President W. G.and(Bill AdertUlnf )- and Mrs. Robert H. Bell.week visit with his aunt, Mrs. [ his at studies.Tallahassee to continue -]I annual meeting of the

'r Director) BOB TABTAG- By RALPH McGILL and son, Jim, all of Atlanta,!Minnie Ford. 'Woman's Society of Christian -
_= City'h ONE. Tie President sad Ctre.l petit,,, Prtie Winning PmklUiefOf arrived here yesterday as guestsof He visited his prents here Mr. I Service of the Methodist
... H. Jones and Miss
f C UUU o Miss Mary
Uoa Mu.Jer.i the Atlanta (Ga. relatives and friends for two and Mrs. Stacey Crawford, Mrs. Church is scheduled to meet at
both of Ocala
Hattie Oliver, ,
weeks. F. D. Shannon, reporter. I the Ebenezer Methodist Church
POLICY Gainesville
THE SUN'S passed through yesterday -
LaborMoves with Rev. Eddie Rivers, pastor,
Mrs. Helen Foster and daughter en route 15 Tallahassee.
1. Report the news fully and I impartially In the news columns. in Jacksonville from 4 p.m. April
of Ga. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Bon-
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only In--editorials -.. 23 to 12 noon April 25.
... [ were guests of friends in Gaines- ner and son, Willie, all of Atlanta -
_' 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Choir The officers and delegates are
Ml Herman Baptist -
e. i' ville the past weekend. Ga., arrived here on vaca-
.. The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 : !"F' tion yesterday for two weeks as No. 2 will have its rehearsal today to be in attendance from p.m.
j Want Ads3764672'k' Mrs. Mary Evans, of Ocala, guests of relatives and friends. at 8 p.m. All members are April 23 to 12 noon April 25.
passed through Gainesville ;=;
I yes asked to bring their monthlydues.
WestIn terday en route to Jacksonville. Mrs. Alfreda Adams left yes- The Youth Choir Union CLUB MEETINGThe

William Andrews, of Jacksonville terday for Macon, Ga., becauseof will meet at the Baptist Churchat Poverty Fund Club will r

passed through!: Gainesville the illness of her daughter. Hampton Wednesday 8 p.m. hold its meeting at the regular
: A Plea to. Our Senator the decade between 1950- yesterday en route to St. Mrs. Clifford Ford, whose condition : with Rev. C. J. Johnson, pas- meeting place today at 8 p.m.
1960 the rates of change in Petersburg.Mr. was reported as much
tor. Jerome Scott, union presi- The book is now open for new
"I believe equality. before the rine generalities as prominent, great, employment reflect not mere- and Mrs. Robert Jenkins improved. She will be away for dent; Mrs. Elizabeth Kim- members.

.. law and equality of opportunity. But distinguished, significant, influential, ly the historic continuing shift and daughters, Helen and Mat- several days. brough, reporter.Mt. .
of manpower from agricul- tie Mae, all of Nashville, Tenn.,
I am opposed to extremism, violence humble.A ture to industry and service whose visit here and Jackson- Miss Minnie Irvins, of Tampa, Carmel Baptist There MEETING PLANNEDThe
who has been on vacation here West Coast Choir Uni o n
= and hate campaigns on either side. jobs they underscore also the ville for the past two weeks has will be mid week Meditation
; for the past week, left yester Services tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.; meets tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the
flown to
of the been pleasant, were
ri e building is named for him in astonishing day for her home. Youth Forum Wednesday, 7:30p.m. home of Mrs. H. G. Shuman at
must labor force in responding to their home yesterday.Mrs. .
"More responsible leadership Tallahassee, and his name is uttered Ella Brown returned to Will Brown, of Miami was ., and also both choirs No.s Arredonda.

be encouraged in racial fields. We with reverence in the halls of busi- opportunities.Florida California Nevada the University City yesterday called here on Saturday because 1 and 2 will have their joint rehearsal During the meeting there will
the cultivated of business. and also Ushers' Board be rehearsal and also a busi-
..,. must put an end to four from Philadelphia, Pa., where
feeling of minorities, and recognizethat ness. and Arizona were the she was called because of busi Rev. R. J. Gainous and Rev.. will meet, 8 pjn.; there will be ness meeting.
states showing greatest Heyward, both of Jacksonville,,, Teachers' Meeting Thursday,
we are all Americans'Fine increase in percentage em- ness.
But the facts are that history may 7:30 p.m.; and both choirs No.s NEWBERRY NEWS
of the 10 -
ployment years 1 and 2 will again have their The Parent Teacher Asso
be forced to evaluate Senator Hollandas and OLYMPUS B*
cent over.
words are these from a 40 per BELOW rehearsal Friday, 8 p.m. Rev.T. ciation of Newberry School will

._ Floridian.Are a puppet for big business and a In the old Louisiana cotton South had A. Wright, pastor; Mrs. Es- hold its meeting at the school on
bigot with amazing intellectual re Georgia ther W. Hamm, reporter. Tuesday at 8 p.m.
....... an increase between 10 and
they from the U.S. Senate sources. History's evalution will 20 per cent. Their neighbors, 11KtOilS Pilgrim Rest Church of Unity The group will be host to

floor, from the lips of Senator Spes- stem from the headlines in the New Alabama, South Carolina, Church School 10 a.m.; and county psychologist, Dr. Wharton -

sard L. Holland who is grappling York Times and the St. Louis Post- Tennessee and North Carolina afternoon worship, 3:30: p.m. and also Mrs. S. M. White

Dispatch and the Atlanta Constitu- had a rate of increase \ Elder Rufus Armstrong pastor; and others.
this very moment with the most under 10 per cent. Arkansasand 1\\\\\ ( Mrs. Mary Hall, reporter.POTOMAC e
find the Senator manningthe
tion which
--- ,
pressing social problem of the century Mississippi showed losses.In .
in behalf of big
ramparts only (
? the border states, Ken-
L tax breaks and only against ,civil tucky and West Virginia had \ SPONSOR CONTESTThe : Must Look

; No, not from Senator Holland of rights. (He was, of course, opposedto each a decrease. Virginia was Women's Society of Chris-

.- the great liberal Democratic Party. the poll tax. But that was a dead in the 10 per cent and under ; : tian Service of the Mt. Pleas- The Part

Instead from his opponent for the horse long before the Senator began 20 per cent increase catergory.CONCENTRATION ( / ant Methodist Church is spon- 1 1c
soring a "Miss Mt. PIe a s ant. ( ) New York TimesWASHINGTONSargent
w Senate seat, Claude R. Kirk, member flaying it.) of in- Contest" which will terminateon
.... of
creases in the rate changein
of the "racially timid" Republican April 29. I Shriver's
'. This is another way of saying employment for the decade The six young ladies featuredin antipoverty
Party. was west of the Mississippi.The I. brought seme part-time consultants -
Senator Holland has contributed the contest are as follows:
three leaders there were, to his Peace Corps Office
Thus is the quixotic nature of poli- little to the mainstream of American as before noted, California, Linda Jackson, Lakry Paige, among them one Hyman
Cassaudra Faye Simpson
Spann Bookbinder. Bookbinder is now
life. Arizona and Nevada. Just be-
tics in Florida.
., ,. Sabrina Woodard and Mae
low them in rate advanceswere director of the Eleanor Roose-
Edith Williams, Mrs. Ear I n e
X Foundation in
velt Memorial
Texas, New Mexico, .
when civil rights is the The current debate over civil Rintz chairman Miss Minnie
As usual, Colorado, Utah, Alaska and ; New York City. I
: subject of Senate debate, Senator rights serves to demonstrate. As Hawaii, all 'with "20 per cent Y Lee Nelson co chairman; i
Senator Holland is quick to, Rev. W. M. Ferguson, pastor. Last week, the part-time poverty -
: Holland's name is pegged indelibly in and under 40 per cent" in- fighter packed his toothbrush -
: the headlines. Consistently, he opposes point out, the Civil Rights Act crease. Some 900 delegates to the and his tuxedo to fly downto
: any legislation designed to no doubt has flaws. But insteadof East of the Mississippi, only l1 k'Ogrb.its krns lutc. Quadrennial G e n e ral Confer Washington so that he could '
the bill. Sena- Connecticut made so good a attend the Women's National
ease the lot of the Negro. perfecting I'm it the Methodist Church
: -this Litter "It's the Mason-Dixon Line -- just moving ence of
showing as groupof Club dinner Mrs.
tor Holland embarks on the lamentable far Wisconsin!" are scheduled to meet in the I
Western states. In Massa- north as as Roosevelt's memory.He .
: Senator Holland does not defend path of filibustering, quorum chusetts, Pennsylvania Mis- ..

: discrimination with the fireworks of calls and other schoolboy delaying souri, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minne- FEVER went directly to the "Po-

: a Gene Talmadge or the vitupera- tactics. In this, he does no credit to sota, Nebraska and Oklahoma verty Office" and unpacked his
tuxedo to let the creases hangout
far advanced
: tiveness of a Bilco. Instead, he de- Florida. all relatively before '. By Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau,
industrially,long -
: fends racial discrimination with the the decade under study, International agreement: Republicans and the people of Viet Nam share a

: same precise legalistic terms which. Senator Holland at age 72 is in the the rate of employment mutual hope that if Cabot Lodge comes home, they may both start win the Another affluent poverty symbol fighter and askedto saw

: he uses in supporting-- breaks for evening of life. He has no strong change also was slowed. That ning. know "w h 0 had the

: oil millionaires. And with equal lega- opposition, and his re-election is a the rate similarly was lowerin -- nerve to hang this in a poverty

listic preciseness, he fights tax sure thing. God willing, he will have some of the Southern indus-states LBJ decries extremism by street demonstrators. Hep prefers the extremismof office!"

: breaks for parents who are financing six more years on the public stage. trial lacking status comparative undergirds the demonstrators who'll crowd the aisles at the Atlantic City convention to Bookbinder went off formallybut

: children in college. major conclusion, which is yell for Lyndon. shamefaced, to the black-tie

His current path, if unaltered, will that the changes highlight the -- dinner.

: Nigh unto 40 years, the Senator bring him honors of a sort resolu- necessary mobility of the labor Economic traitor: The guy who's saving his tax cut instead of squanderinghis

has been an elected official. His influence tions of praise from the Chamber of force in responding to money like the government was do ing for him. e. .

doubtless has reaped for Commerce, a citation from the Na- opportunities. --

Florida many a material benefit tional Association of :Manufacturers, MOBILITY WILL be in- It seems that reports of Khrushchev's death were grossly exaggerated. That

an air base here, an agricultural lab favorable mention at Ku Klux Klan creasingly required of the was a hearse of another color. RighteousSmokers i

there, a federal research grant for rallies, and dedication of the "Hol production worker and the -- Ne1\T '

Joe and an Annapolis appointmentfor land Memorial Highway." "managers" of industry. It Cigaret sales are rising again. Reason: All the people who are bumming
was not too long ago that a from those who 'are going to quit next week.
Moe. cigarets (c) New York Times
mojority of such workers
But it will be a tragic attempt to could look forward .to grow- -- WASHINGTON Surgeon

For these he has received due stifle an intellectually burgeoning ing 'up, finding a job and remaining Democrats worry about reaction of male voters to President Johnson's sud- General Luther L. Terry told

thanks. Examine recent newspaper America and stuff its listless car all their lives in the den promotion of so many women to high government Jobs. Will Lyndon's an audience the other day

endorsements for his re-election. cass into the cast iron mold. of his community in which they harem scare 'em 7WRITER'S about an unexpected resultof
born. This his smoking and
were possibilityis -- report on
They are swimming in such saccha- youth. not extinct. But it steadily health. He was stopped on the
I'm ending 14 writing Potomac Fe\er. Its
decreases. NOTE With this column, years way into the Public Health
Since the Second World new author will be Jack Wilson whose wit has long delighted readers of Cowles newspapers, j Service by a colleague who
With best regards to all friends around the coun-
War, workmen more and and I highly recommend his product. my said:

more have had to go where try. Sincerely, Fletcher Knebel.
-- "The smoking report, I can
Voice of the People new opening job up.opportunities Many had grown were LBJ pins a "better deal" tag on his administration. But by the number of tell you, certainly has had an

used to this during the war women he's appointing, husbands are calling it the "better half deal.' effect on the national institutesof
-- health. Why, there are dozens -
when defense work caused
The Sun's hundreds of thousands of Today's civil war lacks the romance of the old one. None: of the Yankee of people on the staff now
=====On Opinion Page skilled workers, carpenters, warriors wear beards and the remaining Dixie plantations are all devoted to smoking pipes who never
not growing cotton for federal money. smoked in their lives before!"
.: Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters metal fabricators, welders, ri- .
-must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should veters and so on, to move
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The about the country living in
:,Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or the myriad trailer cities that

intent. sprang up over the nation. I .
'-Thanks< 'for Help showing of safety films for see that if force were an effective For an even longer periodof Tracking. LBJ Travelling Road Show

organizations.And way to end disputes, time, the engineers and '
: On Safety Drive now may I remind you these past several decades technicians of the nation had --" -"
that the cheapest insuranceyou would have been the happiest come to accept mobility as a By CHARLES BAILEY "Fish Room" a conference room near the President's office

: EDITOR, Sun: Having just can ever buy is seat belts. period in history. But nations way of life. Real estate companies Cowles Washington Bureau -for a conference that consisted of a statement by Mr.

finished a year as president (If you use them that is.) continue to use the means that and church secretariesare WASHINGTON Under Lyndon B. Johnson's direction, Johnson one question and one answer, obviously prearranged,
: of the Gainesville and J. M. McCLAMROCH, M.D. has failed repeatedly during well acquainted with the the presidential press conference has- taken on some of on the Bobby Baker case.
Alachua County Citizens Safe- the first half of this century results of population mobility. the characteristics of a traveling roadshow.The -Jan. 25: The President again called reporters to his office i

: ty Council, I would like to Wishes MoreHad not to go back further in chief executive and his supporting cast of reporters, for an unannounced meeting. This was also the first of eight ,

: take this opportunity to thank history, which, Lord Acton is PERCENTAGE employmentrate photographers television camermen, Secret Service agents consecutive news conferences held on a Saturday.Feb. .
the Gainesville Sun for their Marched reported to have said, teachesus increases in Western stenographers and assorted technicians have played more 1: The press was summoned to the White House

:' excellent cooperation and nothing. states are. due, in the main, spots than a strip-teaser on the run from the morals squad. movie theatre, a long narrow room in the East Wing. There i

coverage of the activities of EDITOR Sun: In a recent Again we were reminded of perhaps, to the new industriesand When Mr. Johnson held -a news conference in the State Department was another first here: Reporters had two hours' advance,

: the council. The council is letter in The Sun the writer the bantering figure of speech services growing up auditorium last Thursday, he had come full circle- notice.Feb. f
also grateful to the County seemed disturbed by the which N. K. used, "We will around the space and defense for this was the room where the late President Kennedy 29: Mr. Johnson's first live-television conference.was

: Commissioners for appropri- "peace marchers," as he bury you." Later he had to industry locations. But this is invariably held his own press conferences. held in the international conference room at the State 'De ;

: ating funds to aid in Safety called them, who appearedin explain to the Dr. Strange- not the whole story. partment. Like the movie theatre session this was a location 'i
activities. Gainesville on Easter Sun- loves and to many prosaic Samuel Lenner, of the Du- BEFORE COMING to roost at least temporarily, in the where no president had previously met the press.

: We are appreciative of the day. Americans, who, upon hearing Pont Company writes in big auditorium Mr. Johnson had tried just about every other March 7: The President invaded new territory again to holda i

many persons who have given It should be clear that if the the expression saw onlya "Automation": What a work- room in town big enough to bold the crowd-and some that televised conference in the White House East Room. the
: ornate ceremonial chamber of the mansion.
: generously of time and races of men had felt as do shovel that the adverb economically man knows in his head already were patently too small.' t
for the council's work. the peace marchers those was the implied is more important than Only two locations have been used more than once. His March 21: The President slipped in a side door of Press
: money
modifier. informed sessions in December and in January were Secretary George Reedy's office to read a statement on Pan- i
Mrs. George Singleton is the young boys who used to roll Every what he can do'with first two news one
: newly elected president. She on skates around our square American should know that his hands though both held in his oval office; the last two before this week were ama and then answer questions from reporters who had come
such a burial should never held in the adjacent Cabinet Room. there assuming they would see no one but Reedy. -
is an ardent worker, and will and who are "now at Tulagi. forms of talent are still in
and N. K. has it's been stands. And in addition March 28: Back at the ranch for Easter the President
: be asking for the continued New Guinea, Normandy, and happen; enough demand. Ten years ago Du- Otherwise strictly one-night
support of the public. The beneath the timeless sea" judgment not to seek a war Pont instrument mechanics to changing the site each time, the President has kept summoned newsmen from Austin, Tex., 65 miles away, pack

: work of the Council encom- might well today be in busi- which would end all wars and spent 80 per cent of their reporters guessing as to when and under what ground ruleshe ed them into his ranch-house office and held a press con

safety for traffic, home ness in Gainesville.On civilization in the bargain. time on physical work and would see them. ference.
: and school bicycle safety the contrary, if the ANOTHER OBSERVER 20 per cent on analysis of. After the two opening performances in his office, here are -April 10: A handful of startled newsmen, waiting on the
those the bookings for the LBJ Show: south lawn to see Mrs. Johnson, were invited to ask questions .
: fire prevention, industrial races of men continue to feel problems. Today fig-
referred reversed." -Dec. 27: The President held an open-air session at his by the President -shouting down from the second-floor
: safety, boating safety, even as does the writer to But Has Franks ures are
: classes in baby sitting. above, the future, holds only Employment is at a record Texas Ranch, using a couple of bales of hay for a lectern "Truman" balcony of the executive mansion. They did.
: ? becuase of -Jan. 8: Despite nippy weather, the President summoned -April 11: Back in the Cabinet Room.
The Council's office is at death and destruction for us Really Changed high largely
: 926 West University Avenue, all. U only man could learn techno I ogy.. Unemploy m ent newsmen to the White House rose garden for a briefing on -April 16: State Department Auditorium, which by thU I
telephone 376-0305. Call our that violence begets violence, EDITOR, Sun Claude M. grows also because of it. the State of the Union message. The uniform of the day included time really looked good to the press corps. They even found

: secretary, Mrs. Monnie Williams and that violence of this day (Red) Franks, former Alach The answer to this paradox overcoats. their old nameplates still on the seats reserved for .them
for information regarding marks the end. ua County Tax Assessor is certainly will not be found in -Jan. 23: Reporters were called info the White House during the Kennedy administration. ,,0j -

: safety programs, 'or for Anyone shoal .be,able to (_*(See*.\\'OIEE. _Page ;)_ .",!chilling the. ,technology. .0,

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April 20, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3

w Roads Need Improvement How? Is the Big Issue I

TALLAHASSEE (AP) Each will not honor any private or let- favor revising the formula for perience; appointed by the Cab- tion of local materials properly i las County: "Since I will be

of the nine candidates for gov- (Editor's Note: The six Democratic and three Re- ter agreement not to build roads, distribution of road funds so it inet and with full' jurisdictionover stabilized with cement or as- faced with many commitmentsof

ernor is stumping the state on a publican candidates for governor of Florida,responded competing with or parallelingtoll is based upon the present popu- engineering, right-of-way phalt. I am afraid that the inter the present administration unknown
platform that the state's high- to an Associated Press request for their positions roads causeways and bridges -lation rather than the 1930 pop acquisition and personnel. The state system will eventually operate at this time, it is impos-
way construction program needs I. on several )major )issues facing the next administration. ; nor will I honor any previous ulation." State.Road Board would sit as to the detriment of many, sible to specify at this time

improvement; but all are divide Each issue and the candidates' views have been scheduling of construction for Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia a policy-making body only, 'of our smaller towns which are what I would do as to any specific -
ed on the solutions and on the discussed in separate dispatches. Today's final -installment future money not yet available, County: "I shall insist that all leaving the administrative duties -completely bypassed and will roads. I would ask the Leg-
problems.In discusses attitudes toward roads and highwa.s. unless such schedules are clear- roads be located based solely on to the commissioner. The result in economic injury to a islature to put the Road Board
.) ly in the best interests of the need and that all roads be eco commissioner would be remov- lot of our citizens who are pres- membership on a rotating basis;
their responses to an As- state. I shall not be arbitrarily nomically and efficiently con- able ,only by the Cabinet for ently dependent upon the tourist and I would have an in-depth

sociated Press survey, the six opposed to a bond program provided structed. No highway will ever just cause, providing continuitysince trade as a livelihood. Roads study made of the fairness of the
Democratic and three Republican In 1960, Sen. Scott Kelly ways and the State Road Depart- interest rates and fees are be constructed while I am governor -( the Cabinet members should be built. ..where need is formula for allocation of seCondary -
candodates showed they Lakeland-now candidate for ment emerged as an issue facingthe reasonable and there is sufficient for the purpose of making may succeed themselves). Ad- greater and located where the road funds; and determinesome
were divided on how best to governor-headed a committeethat candidates if not the next desire on the part of county popular either my administration -ditionally, the board would de- service to the public will be procedure for reducing the

meet what they considered thestate's uncovered scandals in the administration.Here officials and,the citizens within or any individual connected develop a five-year plan of con- best. I high cost of right-of-way acqui

highway problems. road departmentThen the district or county. Careful with my administration. As a I struction based upon traffic 1 1I I Rep. Charles Holley of Finel-'sition.the ..
Four candidates are the viewpoints of the ad- count'or consideration the
called for studies will be made under of principle, I am opposed by
during the following ad- candidates the of mater "
sweeping changes in the State on question ministration to develop meansto construction of toll Legislature. "
Road Board and department. ministration of Gov. Farris Bry- what to do about highways in expedite the construction of roads to in the Florida. A complete Sen. John Mathews of Jackson- ONE place to call forMONEY

Three specified they wanted ant, several sections of the state Florida: interstate system and to comple- system of free roads will be ville: "A complete reorganization -
the eastern and south-
highways built on the basis of mainly Democrats: ment it with a connecting net- our goal My aim will be the of the Road Departmentmust
greatest need. Two opposed toll ern portions-complained con-for Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack- work of primary and secondary removal, as soon as practicaland be done. Antique, extrava- :
sLT roads. tinually over program sonville: "All of the agreementsand roads. possible of those tolls now gant and often overlapping prac- t
Through it all came the indi- locating interstate and primary (for tices must be ended. I will -th. I1'-1l-t '
highways.As arrangements highway Former Sen. Fred O. (Bud) charged on Florida's highwaysand recommend e I11
cation that some problems ex- construction) are subject to review -Dickinson of West Palm Beach: bridges including the Sun- an enlarged road board -
isted. .. a result, roads and high- ; and review them I will I "I hav a complete new program shine Parkway. There is no with staggered terms. .to help YO""la. wt i1t

in development on roads magic formula to provide more end the waste that comes from

and highways based upon. a money for roads without addi- conflicting policies as adminis- Here's a golden opportunity to get cash double.
Princeton Had trations change. I
Arms term taxes." Nevertheless, will strongly
Open long 25yearprogramwhich tional fast during Beneficial' Golden Anniversary
will match the policy Karl suggested efficiency in the oppose any more toll roads.
Republicans Celebration. Call up or come in for the cash you
adopted by the Federal Bureauof road department would resultin Ken Folks of Orlando "Elim want now to clean up leftover bills or

But Star Frosh Didn't ExistPRINCETON Roads which and wil its allow interstate county gov-system promised more miles more of new highway.and four-He inate the waste in the road: pro- v v, for any good reason. We like to say "Yes!"

gram. Stop using the road
the east and program
nments to plan as wel. My laned roads along
plans call for consistent development -west coasts, in urban areas and for a gravy train to at- BENEFICIALFINANCE

N.J. (AP) student at East Lansing, Mich., The next problem was to get of four and .six-lane major cities, and to sped up the tract "contributions for cam-
N Red-faced Princeton University High School. During the Christ Oznot's high school marks on facilities and elements. The' interstate system. paigns.H. SYSTEMLoans
B. (Bob) Foster
officials have admitted a re mas vacation Columbia University -his application, which must be piecemeal approach we have Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland: Fort
Myers "I
i markable student who meets all sophomore Charles A. filled in by secondary school used in the past has multipliedthe "There is too great a gap be- the specifications: propose that up to $600 on Furniture.Car or Note

the qualifications but one he Lieppe, 19, Freeport, N.Y., posing -authorities familiar with the cost to the taxpayer in a I tween the development of our systems be modified on to highway the end Beneficial Finance Co. of Gainesville

doesn't exist. as Oznot, went to Princetonfor student substantial -degree." primary system and the progress that we may have, from an en- 301 N.MAIN ST.Opp.Masonic Home)GAINESVILLEPhone
"An ingenious, well-planned an interview. interstate system. 376-2676 Ask for the YES
Mayor Robert King High of of the : MANagerOPEN
hoax" East Lansing High School of- gineering viewpoint, a more
Admissions Director
Alden Dunham declared aft- Two Princeton students, Arthur -,ficials didn't see this one, but Miami: "I am in favor of com- due basically to a con- modern type of roadway at less
pletely revamping the State tinuity from one governor's ad- cost which embraces the fJ1963.BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO.
er learning that Joseph David F. Davidsen, 19, Freeport, it was filled out somehow. utiliza-
the next. My
I to
Oznot won't show for fresh- N.Y., and Thomas R. Reed III, The letter of acceptance to Road Department so that professional ministration
up this continuity. -:
classes this be- 19, Dearborn, Mich., then tookznot's Oznot, one of 1,165 mailed to people are in charge:I plan..will provide
man September the Road
) college board examina- candidates for Old Nassau, went of planning and determining Under my plan,
he student in-
vention.cause was just a tions. Davidsen, a prospective I to the address of a social fraternity -where roads will be built rather Department would be reorganized 1
than the pork barrel system now with a highway commissioner 'HEWWARMINGTRAY I
"We would have loved to have astrophysics major, took the at Michigan State Uni- with
English employed. In short, roads shouldbe (a professional enginer
him," said Dunham ruefully. and mathematics aptitude versity in East Lansing.The .
portion in the morning, and built where the
Dunham acknowledged that aI others in the hoax were
letter of acceptance had gone I ici| took the afternoon portionof Steven E. Cook, 19, Dearborn,
Wednesday to Oznot, who had the test in Latin and English Mich., a student at Michigan ex10

been described as a classicist, composition. State, and Princeton students KEEP f
4 'a concert pianist, treasurer of Oznot-Davidsen and Reid- Frederick W. Talcott II, 19, YOUR NAME IN 22 CARAT M

his high school class in East scored in the 700s out of a pos Baldwin N.Y., and Steven D. i
Lansing Mich., and son of the sible 800. Reich, 18, Hackensack, N.J.
wealthy private detective, William : t TAX ASSESSOR '
a yl
H. Oznot.
Dunham and other officials KEEP J. PIERCE
i learned of the university's loss RENTATVCH r

from the University Press Club, .' SMITH l
which, jot ,the word straight t"{ TELEVIS1O"C, II: fa 2-0433 a z
from-the whimsical creators of .' 1-22"N.W. ifrfcAv*. YOUR N
OznoT.Press, Club members I. (Pd. Ady.) 2 A
prom ed .to, keep secret, the N F
i names,of.Oznot's creators. F
Last week' the hoaxers a

fourPrinceton sophomores and 3 !".:J.
{wo students from Columbia ii
andMichigan; State universities DISCOUNT DRUGS

cwned up to their identities "\ '"'
after 'Dunham had said the

university planned no disciplinary -
action. YOURS

October The hoax when was, as hatched one of them last l PROFESSIONAL SERVICE PHARMACY I Choose the same color as WITH THE PURCHASE OF T HIS

put it: "We wanted to add an your new Frigidaire Range
air of levity to the normally for a smart, handsome
sober atmosphere of college ad- accessory! lOlDJlIRE'
mission. We decided that such! *
WE PREDICT Big 11 x 19 heating surface
pranks as stealing the bell clap- : -automatic control.
per from Nassau Hall had no
point to it because it is con- Durable,. cleanable RANGE'HU
doned by the university." Porcelain Enameltop

They submitted a preliminary at least 2 Other Discount Prescription !
application listing Oznot as a R RY.LIMITED

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Monday, April 10, I 104 Gainesville Sun 5
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'Spring Hat'; Luncheon Given UIOfllEII 0 f flTHE n BOD National Secretaries Week

"Spring Hats" set the theme
W, w
i for the annual Agricultural

Women's Club luncheon Thurs-
day at the Holiday Inn when 150 b ack fir: d

members tendance. and guests were in at- f ffflhLY Y ::

Receiving guests were Mrs.
W. T. and I J e' f a tr ____
Manley, president; t Ruth Weimer Women's Editor xirj _
Mrs. H. C. Giles and Mrs. R. P. x.

Hill, co-chairmen. q4t rY w a

During the luncheon, original

hats made by Mrs. F._T. Mc- v .
Luncheon !
Cormick were modeled by Mrs.J. iL&/ z4 rT Given
H. Nininger Jr., Mrs. J. F.

,Hentges Jr., and Mrs. F. W. t
Williams, club members and
also Mrs. Frank Flanigan, For BridetoBeMrs. k4

Mrs. William Gager and Mrs. 4 44. vii
Eugene Milburn. j
Spring and summer hats of V. Thomas Alison entertained honoree, the mother of the bride- !

Imported fabrics, straws and with a pre-nuptial lunch- groom-elect, Mrs. Mary Ward,
flowers were shown with music eon honoring Miss Mary Atkinson -and his sister, Mrs. Wesley H

provided by Mrs. F. E. Myers, II bride-elect of James N. Weaver; and Mrs. S. W. Lancaster :

and Mrs. Nathan Gammon. I Enntrekin, Saturday afternoon Mrs. B. J. Stephens, I 1
+ Completing the theme, the at the Holiday Inn. Mrs. A. P. Munden, Mrs. Thomas -I

small luncheon tables were decorated I Centering the luncheon table E. Floyd, Mrs. Patricia Patton EElJ I I

with hats of net and I was an arrangement of spring Mrs. Patricia Bull, Mrs.II : .

\1 fresh flowers. Place cards for flowers in shades of pink and Chloe Smith Mrs. Elise Moody, .... ..,;'''"' .
the head table were miniature pink tapers. Mrs. James A. Mathis, Mrs. T. :

L'' The honoree was presented a R.. Demoully, Miss Lois Gray, 3"t't'J; !!!
hats.Following ? ,R
luncheon, club new- I gift of crystal by the hostess. Miss Josie Lewis, and Mrs. : ...::

comers since January were introduced Guests invited included the Zana Lummus.Brides' Committee planners for the Gainesville observance of National Secretaries

and annual reports Week includes, left to right standing, Mrs. Mary Tompkins, Mrs. Grace Millican
were given by the retiring and Mrs. Doris Hosselton, and Mrs. Judy Crosby, seated.
board: Mrs. Manley, Mrs. J. R. BookTODAY
Beckenbach, Mrs. D. F. Roth- Throughout' the United States, The Gainesville Chapter of Avenue Church of Christ.On .
National Secretaries Week will the organization opened theweek's
well Mrs., C.Mrs.B. A.Hall.H. Krezdorn and Admiring one of the original hats of Mrs. F. T. McCormick, April 20 Doughtie, 5:30 to 7 p.m., Mr. be observed today through Sat- events with a breakfast Wednesday evening, "Bossof

which were modeled at the Agricultural Women's Club lunch Rehearsal dinner honoring and Mrs. Robert Bowers and urday by 550 National Secre- yesterday at Aunt Jemima's the Year" and "Secretary of
New Officers Named
Officers for 196t- 5 elected eon, are left to right seated, Mrs. H. C. Giles, luncheon Miss Virginia Kay Davis and their daughter, Miss P h o ebe taries Association chapters arranging followed by attendance at the the Year" will be named during
chairman, Mrs. J. B. Gahan clubmember and left to their son, John Matthew Fedi- Bowers, 4872 NW 20th Place. I
special events. morning service of the East .the annual "Bosses BanI
were: Mrs. Beckenbach, president Night"
right standing Mrs. J. N. Winniger Jr., one of the models, son, 6 p.m., Holiday Inn, Mr. Dinner complimenting Miss
; Mrs. C. F. Simpson, vice- and Mrs. W. T. Manley, club president. and Mrs. John Fedison of Courtney West and her fiance, I quet. This is planned for 6:30

president; Mrs. J. W. Miller Jr., I I Hackensack, N. J. Nath Culpepper Doughtie, Mr. p.m. at the Primrose Inn.
secretary-treasurer; and Mrs. B. Killinger, Mrs. Josephine B. J. Smith, Mrs. J. L. Taylor, and Mrs. William Elmore, UF Newcomers Plan
; John, W. Sites, membership McSwine, Mrs. C. K. Madsen, Mrs. B. D. Thompson, Mrs. G. TUESDAY, April 21 1800 NW 14th Ave. Friday evening, chapter mem-

chairman. Mrs. J. S. Moore, Mrs. L. E. F. Weber, Mrs. S. H. West, Mrs. Wedding of Miss Virginia THURSDAY, April 23 bers will attend the benefit per-
t The nominating committee Mull, Mrs. J. L. Nation, Mrs.D. Erdmann West Mrs. M. Wilcox, Kay Davis, daughter of Dr. Dinner honoring Miss Court Family Picnic May 2 formance of the Little Theater

Included Mrs. George Freeman, A. Roberts, Mrs. W. K. Rob- Mrs. E. T. York, and Mrs. H. and Mrs. G e o r ge K. Davis, ney West, bride to-be of Nath production, "The Solid Gold
Mrs. L. C. Kuitert and Mrs. L. ertson, Mrs. T. C. Skinner, Mrs. B. Young. and John Mat thew Fedison, Culpepper Doughtie, 7 p.m., Plans are in progress for a All Newcomers are invitedto Cadillac."
Hackensack, N. J., 8:30: family picnic to be
A. Hetrick. p.m. Mrs. James Feiber and Miss given by I attend with their families and

Invited guests included Mrs. I Vows First Presbyterian church. Louise Kincaid at the latter's the University Women's Club a special welcome is extended Mrs. Beulah Hunter, president -
I Wedding in Fellow- Newcomers
J. Wayne Reitz, Mrs. Harry,I CalendarOf Reception Hall. home, 313 SW 28th Street. Group. 1 I to faculty and staff members I of the Gainesville chapter

Philpott, Mrs. J. Hillis Miller, Are Exchanged ship Buffet supper and swim- FRIDAY, April 24 Saturday, May 2 has been set who are arriving for the new is in charge of the week's activities
Mrs. John J. Tigert, Mrs. for the picnic, which will be I with the following com
Mr. and Mrs. Kent Richardson ming party, honoring Miss Bridesmaids luncheon com- i trimester.
George Corrick, Mrs. Linton E. held at Lake Wauberg beginning I mittee members assisting with
Felix were married on EventsTODAY Courtney West, bride elect of plimenting Miss Anne Pruvis,
Grinter Mrs. W. Ellis Jones
at 3:30. Reservations should be made arrangements:
and Mrs. Rae 0. Weimer. March 14 in Gainesville. The Nath CuI pepper Doughtie, bride elect of Billie Nugent f

Committees In Charge bride, formerly Miss Linda 5:30 p.m., Mrs. Diane Smith, Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville, A catered barbeque chick by Saturday, April 25, with Mrs. Mrs. Judy Crosby, chairman;

The Decoration Committee Frances Powers, is the daughter April 20 1428 NW Seventh Road. Mrs. Marcus Conant and her en dinner will be served at 5 Charles Hortenstine, chairman, Mrs. Grace Milican, Mrs.

consisted of Mrs. F. W. Williams Gainesville of Mrs.,Charles and Frank Martin Pow-, of University Bridge Club, 7:30 WEDNESDAY, April 22 daughter, Miss Ann Conant. p.m. preceded by games and and Mrs. Henry R. Wilson, co- I I Mary Tompkins and Mrs. Doris
Rehearsal dinner
chairman, Mrs. V. W. p.m., Faculty Club, West honoring swimming. chairman. Hosselton.
ers. The bridegroom is the Informal party honoring Miss Anne Purvis and their
Carlisle, Mrs. J. T. Gerber, Mrs. Newberry Road.Gainesville .
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Miss Courtney West and her Billie NimnichtJr.
Hentges and Mrs. K. R. Lang- Felix of Crete, 111., and a Bridge Club fiance, Nath CuI P pep p er son.,, Mr. and Nugent Mrs. B. N. Nim-
don. grandson of Mr. and Mrs. 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center.
nicht Sr. of Jacksonville following -
Luncheon committee memo Frank Kromphardt of St. Petersburg Gainesville High School Future 6 rehearsal, ZigZag
bers included: Mrs. Willard Beach, and Mr. and ; Secretaries Association, Book Luncheon Gainesville Golf and Country FULL SIZE HEAD f

Ash, Mrs. E. K. Bowman, Mrs.A. Mrs. Roy Felix of Peoria. Banquet, Holiday Inn. Club.

E. Brandt Mrs. J. W. Car- The newlyweds spent their Helen Thomas Circle, Wesley ReservationsReservations # Round Bobbin
penter, Mrs. K. M. Corbett, Mrs. honeymoon at the Gulf Beaches. Community Methodist SATURDAY, .April 28

W. G. Cowperthwaite, Mrs. H. .. Church, 8 p.m., Mrs. A. M. for the Book Re- Wedding of Miss Elizabeth
A. Denmark, Mrs. A. A. Di Ed- Mrs. Flex is living with her Pettis, 327 NW 15th Terrace. viewers luncheon of the Gaines- Anne Purvis, daughter of # Dial Stitch :

wardo, Mrs. W. M. Fifield Mrs.J. parents at 1062 NE 19th Place, Virginia Chapman Circle of ville Woman's Club Wednesdayat Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee Pur- Control

G. A. Fiskell. Mrs. E. L. until her husband 3rd Class the Wesley Community Metho- 12:30 p.m. will close this eve- vis, and Billie Nugent Nim-

Greene, Mrs. J. R. Henderson, Petty Officer Kent Felix, re- dist Church, 8 p.m., Mrs. T. ning. Members should call Mrs.T. mincht Jr., son of Mr. and & Push Button % ,
Mrs. L. Kalch, Mrs. C. M. Kauf- turns from sea duty on the C. Skinner, 4210 SW 2nd Ave- V. Lipham. Dean Lester L. Mrs. B. N. Nimnicht of Jack- ; ; R. A a wr

man, Mrs. S. H. Kerr, Mrs. G. USS Franklin D. Roosevelt. nue. Hale, dean of students at the sonville, 4:30 p.m., First Reverse

TUESDAY, April 21 University of Florida will give Presbyterian Church. Reception II Make Buttonholes i(1'i

I Delta Kappa Gamma, 7:30 the book review. following at Fellowship
Club NotesBy '
Special guests for the affair !
NW p.m.First, Mrs.Avenue.Joseph Leps, 2210 will include all reviewers Hall.Wedding of Miss CourtneyWest I I Sew on Butons PRICE '

Alachua throughout the year.AAUW daughter of Mr. and "
RALPH H. BLODGETT master point night at Weed County Republican Applique
Women's Club, Noon, Park Mrs. Stanley LeRoy West, h-y
University City Bridge Club Hall. Mrs. Ron Schoenau and
and Nath Culpepper Doughtie,
held its fractional master Cliff Landers made off with Lane Cafeteria. PlansRummage # s
son of Mr. and Mrs. JerryW. MonogramFancy _, 'f
First Lutheran Church
point game at the University the master point in the EASY TERMS
Doughtie of Atlantic StitchesWE
Faculty Club on Mon- North South direction. Mr. Ladies Guild, Rachel Circle, Sale ARRANGED
Beach, 6:30: p.m., Holy Trini-
day evening. R. W. Jones and Mrs. James R. Andersonwere 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Richard Ecker Church.
ty Episcopal Reception
and the writer crossed the second, and D. R. Fraz- 314 NW 36th Terrace. Gainesville Branch of the following at the Hotel SELL WHAT WE ADVERTISE
finish line ahead of the other ier and the writer came in Gainesville Food and Nutri- American Association of Uni-
North-South pairs S. L. third. tion Association, 8 p.m., versity Women will sponsor a Thomas. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL $8 8

Williams and George Ram- Mrs. Leon Garrard and Alachua General Hospital rummage sale Saturday at the
sey were in the runner-up spot, Mrs. K. H. Kent outdistanced Cafeteria. Birdsey lot. Members are reminded White SEWING MACHINE SERVICE Co.

and Miss Carol Ruppert and all the other pairs in the Lioness Club, 7:30 p.m., to take clothing for the ONE OR
Miss Jean Yerry were third. East-West direction. Second Mrs. L. B. Hull 1015 NW 13th sale to Mrs. William GartnerJr. Light 815 W. UNIV. AVE. 3761075FREE A

First place in the East- went to Mrs. R. W. Jones and Avenue, co-hostess, Mrs. Les ., 1709 NW 23rd Street. DELIVERY WITHIN 35 MILES CAR LOAD

West direction went to a Dr. R. I. Johnson, and thirdto Cake. Other members' helping with] RIGHT

pair of veteran c a mpaign- Mrs. Ruth Thurman and Beta Lambda Chapter of the sale ,are Mrs. Harlan Ellis For You i
ers, Melvin Valk and W. A. David Barnes. Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Card Mrs. Mac Grigsby, Mrs. Fred

Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Dan The club meets todayat Party, 8 p.m., Mrs. Robert Heath, Mrs. Leon Henderson, 1;

Roberts took second place, 7:30 p. m. at the Uni- Sullivan, Mrs. Jon Yaggy, Mrs. Sadi Koru, Mrs. Henry.
and Mrs. R. W. Jones and versity Faculty Club on New- Mrs. M. E. Harrison and Mrs. Lunsford, Mrs. Stanley Mathis,I

Mrs. Genevieve Stern were berry Road, and on Wednes- Earl Crawford, 4000 SW 15th and Mrs. Doyle Webb. I
third. day at 7:30 at Weed Hall, !

-Wednesday.....' evening was 107 NW 15th Terrace. All interested WEDNESDAY, April 22
-- bridge players are Book Reviewers' Luncheonof Abby'sWedding te

invited to attend and compete Gainesville Woman's Club,

12:30 p.m., Clubhouse, Dr. S

Lester L. Hale, guest review- BookletIf
By JOHN E. CRAPS ....,
n Mrs. H. L. and er.Gainesville Only
Gray L. H.
cluf Bridge Club, you would like to havea
Robbins led the North-South $399
7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. copy of Abigail Van Bu-
contingent in the fractional '
University Bridge Club, ren's booklet, "How to
By William "Bill" C. Smith point game o( the Gaines- 7:30: p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW Have a Lovely Wedding," Supple white upper
ville Bridge Club held Wednes-
leather light, airy
15th Terrace.
which suggestions
CLEAN YOURSPORTSWEAR day evening at the H o 1 iday Chapter AP, PEO, 10:30 gives design right for
showers weddingsand
parties, The place to meet .
Inn with 126 match points. ,
most moments no .
a.m.r Mrs. Sam Evans and the reception, follow ..
i' 4' d
eleven tables in
play, Mrs. T. Lynn Smith at the these rules: Send your re- better combination
Most of us own two kindsof the average score for all Evans' home, 2022 NW 14th quest with fifty cents and talents in a shoe for friends .H .,. 'VI
pairs was 108.
Wear this slender
sportswear. Avenue. be SURE to enclose a self- you.
Mrs. E. C. Kirkland and Bosses Night Banquet, skimmer pump almost i- ..
There's the sportswear we addressed stamped enve- I .
Mrs. J. E. Moore
won second !
call by that name which is really Gainesville Chapter National lope to Abby, C-Women's, constantly
with 120% Dr. groups
place ,
casual clothes that Association
only our Secretaries 6:30 Department, the GainesvilleSun.
relaxed in. Kirkland and the writer were
we wear to be Primrose Inn.
p.m., letter will be for-
third with 118%. and Mrs. R.L. USE CENTRAL CHARGE for lunch
Philharmonic clubs
then there's the sportswear Society, warded to Abby. ; .
which under the cate- Bowman and Rufus Heath, 8 t Dr. and Mrs. Louis .
comes p.m., ___ ____
gory of actual costumes for Jr. were fourth with 116. Stern, 4341 Newberry Road. a BOB'SSHOE i
specific purposes. Like what we Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Living-
hunt in. or fish in, or golf in. I I
first East- THURSDAY, 23
ston won place April
or sky dive in, or ploy polo in. ; CarriageI
or scuba dive in. Whatever the 1 West with 128. Mrs. H. R. Gainesville Garden Club Circles STORE
sport the more specialized the Warfel and Mrs. Phillip : 1.I.
activity. the more specializedthe Trohn took second honors 9:30 a.m., Begonia, Mrs. e ; 21 W. University Ave. I
costume. I with 120%, and there was Hugh C. Simmons, Kincaid i (: Steak Room
Well casual clothes should i a tie for the next three places Road: Chrysanthemum, Mrs. I Paid Advertising 'I
be cleaned like anything else.It between Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ralph Cellon, R. F. D. 3; Day- t1
clean them sooner I PROBLEMSKEEP ,
of helps course to because they do takea Scarritt, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. lily, Mrs. Earl Powers, Coun- \ DON'T LET FINANCIAL : r / SPECIAL COMPLETE LUNCH 1.55
than bet- Bowman, and Mr. and Mrs. try Club Estates; Gardenia,
ter clothes. And $sometimes according I T. G. Callaway of Birmingham Mrs. Charles A. Black, 1852 *' FROM OUR FAMOUS ROLLING CART

to the garment per- Ala., all three pairs NW 10th Ave.; Palm Mrs.R. .
haps keeping a bit them of fresh sizing and helps less in having 112.Something%. H. Reisinger, 4058 NW TIED UP NOON 2:00 P.M.

wrinkled retards soiling. of a mathematical 12th Ave.; I

And actual sports costumes problem in probabilities 9:45 a.m., Glorisa, Mrs. I WHEN YOU CAN MAKEA Cocktails Served From NoonI
representing as they do some appeared in the results i John H. Davis, 1729 NW eighth OF
times a considerable investment when five East-West pairs Avenue.
should be cleaned after with numbers in sequence fin- FRIDAY, April 24 I

use longed and storage always as before from pro one ished in the exact positions Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. S2S fo S600 .

season to onother. corresponding to their pair 2, 8 p.m.. Odd Fellows Hall.

Whichever kind of sportswear numbers. Statistically qualified Gainesville Bridge Club.
it is. each will last better friends tell me the odds 9 ajn.. Holiday Inn. AND IT'S CONFIDENTIAL

look better, be protected ,better against this are so great that Regular Bridge Party, I
and longer if you will it to happen Gainesville Woman's Club, '
we may expect
CALL OR BRING IT TO again 533 years from now. 1:30 p.m.. Clubhouse. Marion Finance (0.Home

S & S CLEANERS The club will meet again. SATURDAY, April 25 /f/-Ib4..b\T ;
this evening at the Recreation I Beta Sigma Phi, Founders' Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks I /; :

503 Delivery SW 3rd or St.Cash Ph.and 372-4184 Carry invited.Center. Visiting pairsare Day Inn. Banquet, 7 p.m., Holiday 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR6-5333 d L ...-



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6 Gainesville Sun Monday, April 20, 1V64

Is Cleveland's showcase $U.

B 1 Jax Pianist Due to Open LI VF Summer Concert Series r.- Lady In Ohio Bird Drive million ment, which public features housing develop.low-rent

apartment units for 600 elderly
By REID POOLE I attractions with the exception of will appear in the Medical Center ,mer will be I summer opera production will WASHINGTON (AP) :Mrs. persons and a golden age recreation
Head, Department of Music 1' NI N G I the Philadelphia Orchestra, for Auditorium on Tuesday,!'ciate i be Mozart's "Marriage of Fig-(Lyndon B. Johnson flies to center.
University of Florida : which attraction all tickets are June 2 in of Chamber I[
a program -: on Tuesday, aro," which will be
JJS $2.00. presentedin Cleveland, Ohio, today on an- :Mrs. Johnson has a date to
Gerson Yessin, concert pianist POST rr Music works. I I II I versity the P. K. Yonge School Auditorium other of her trips aimed at lunch with leaders of the Young
will open the summer trimester FACULTY CONCERTS I On Tuesday, June 30, the I Thursday and Friday,i spotlighting the President's programs Women's Christian Associationand
; concert series on the Brask-Schieber Duo, Robert :July 23 and 24. Assistant Professor and women's careers. to make the opening ad-
I : University of Florida campus Edward Troupin, violinist, I Brask, piano, and Jerry Neil Richard I Sarah Traverse is the The emphasis this time is on dress to 2,000 delegates at the
Carolyn Troupin pianist
: Tuesday, May 12, in University ; Smith, clarinetist, will combine -: of the 'Musical Directors. Ronald 6. special services. Y's five-day national conven-
I auditorium. Yessin, a faculty 3L in a faculty concert in the I Bands, will Jerit is the Stage Director. I First stop for the First Lady tion.
artist at Jacksonville Uni- .rr.Ns WarnOf University auditorium. Gator Band
Jews !
I There is no admission chargefor
versity, will offer works by ? ? sN 'light One Full Pound LUNCH .... 65e up
Handel, Schubert, Brahms, and Threat To The Florida String Quartet, the any of the above listed at-I' DINNER .... 85c lip
tractions with the
Prokofieff. Yessin's concert is Edward Troupin and Ina Claire : exception of
ginning at KC Sirloin
the first presentationof Free ReligionMIAMI Forbes, violins, Robert Schie- the Lyceum Council presenta-! 1
summer following
.oFW) ber, viola, and Marie Henderson tions. The general public is cordially TOWER HOUSE
the Coun- i
University Lyceum May 27, $195 : '
BEACH (AP) The 'cello, will present a con- July 15. invited to attend any and W),.A J 210 E. UNIVERSITY
all of the j
cil.Other Lyceum presentationsinclude American Jewish Congress was cert in the air-conditioned Medi- presentations.
the appearance on May 'on record today as saying that cal Center Auditorium on '. Sm
20 of the Philadelphia Orchestra current efforts to amend the'day, July 21.SIDL'fER. Tues-I. 6 6
conducted by Eugene'Or- u.s. constitution to allow relig- The
mandy. ious practices in the public I D D o o D 6
The Philadelphia Orchestrawill schools were a "threat to religions The University of Florida a 0

be presented in Florida freedom and separation of Summer Symphony Orchestra, said the detective's said the hot-fingered said the princess
i gymnasium and will play a a quartet of talented artists !church and state." will present two concerts, the, wife..but not to thief to the cool, with plenty of Icel. who says sees everyone it!
program which includes the this summer three actors anda I A resolution to that effect first on Tuesday, June 9, under: the detective... cool princess... and other things nice
Scarlatti Tommasini Ballet folksinger who will presentthe was the baton of Edward Troupin. v
Suite "The Good Humored best of Sandburg's verse, I among those adopted before the The second concert of the sum- t
i and and :group ended its national biennial -
published unpublished, "THE
Ladies; the I
the prose, including excerpts from convention here Sunday. 'LIMPET"I
Tone Poem, "Don Juan;
t the monumental biography of In other resolutions, the con- With
Suite from "Petrouchka" by m rONITE
Igor Stravinsky, and Beethoven's Abraham Lincoln. The presen- .gress urged prompt enactment
tation will also include folk- of the federal civil rights bill
Seventh Symphony.On I 1:00, 3:00. 5:00. 7:00. 9:00
songs from Sandburg's "Ameri- and voiced strong opposition to .....
Tuesday, June 23, the Lyceum assesses ROSS HUNTBUKHBi moan SEIGE! OF
Council brings back to the can Songbag. federal aid for parochial'

campus the Kaleidoscope Players Marilyn Dubow, a concert schools. I With
Dr. Joachim Prinz of Newark,
in their production of "The violinist, now in her early 20's DORISII
N.J., was re-elected president, .
World of Carl Sandburg. who first appeared with the New N r.J9
and Shad Polier New York I
The Kaleidoscope Players are York Philharmonic when she ,
I lawyer, was re elected chair- GRRNER,.__COLOR '
was 11, will be presented as a P r
New LocationANNOUNCEMENT Lyceum Council attraction on man of the National Governing ...HIIIE rUHCIS AI!lIs"I:_wswi
July 7. Council, with Morris Michelson] 11400 H_"'-.. YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE..SO SEETHE PINK PANTHER TWICE!!!
Tuesday, I NOW! 3
of Boston as co-chairman.
DERDA MUSIC CO. I I Open : nsMiRisdlar.eM.
Miss Dubow received a spec- ------ --- ---- SEE
MUSICIANS SALES ial award at the Second Inter- JANE FIRST

& SERVICE national Tschaikowsky Competition FULLY QUALIFIED Sunday DAVID NIVEN PETER SELLERS
for her
in Moscow performance -
of the works of Rus- HARRY EVANS is FULLY Qualified to SHOWN ROBERT WAGNER CAPUCINE.
Serve You As Superintendent. --------
sian CCInPosers.? She was alsoa
winner in the Paganini Com- Man's --. '[I"jlifM PANTHER)11]
I petition in Italy. Vote For _
The final Lyceum Council presentation : : THE TECHNICOLOR CLAUDIA CARDINALE.
ARMSTRONG ARTLEY of the summer series ,4 HARRY EVANS
LUDWIGSLINGERLAND will be Joe and Penny Aronson, SAY Ar olallons
i ROGERS on Tuesday, July 14. The Aron- Enjoy The Fun Today At The
t and GRETSCH DRUMS sons "...sing a song of satire, a Superintendent of Schools "THE. ,
J All Types of Accessories comment full of wry." Pd.""Adv. MR. _

; Complete Band I Tickets for the Lyceum Council I -
l Instrument Repair Shop attractions will go on sale

DENT REMOVAL April 27, the first day of classesof
BUFFING the summer trimester. The
LACQUERING ticket booth across the street P
PLATING from the Hub will be open daily a

COMPLETE REBUILDING 1:00 to 4:30. All single admis- .
& INSTRUMENTS sion tickets.are $2.00. Universityof /
Gainesville, Florida Florida students obtain tickets '
622 N. Main St. Ph. 327.6715
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Monday_ April 20, 1964 Gainesville Sun __2

About -- II UF Seniors Honored ":.


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B. That no oath of office was rent and accurate set of books are informed as to said require- GENERAL girl; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. .a .2

administered to many of the and records as prescribed by; ments and procedures to con- April 16, 1964 Katz.1508 NW 4th Ave., a boy;I

persons purportedly 'acting a the appropriate Florida sta- duct future city elections, and if BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Morris R. Carl-

deputy supervisors or precinct tutes, and has permitted unau- a sufficient number of such per- ton, Rt. 1 Box 30-C-10, a girl; I
Mr. and Mrs. Griggs
registration officers, and of thorized persons at unauthorized -sons are not available, the May- Mr. and Mrs. John L. Pinkney,
those actually sworn by the su times and in unauthorized or-Commissioner should make Gen. Del., San Mateo; a boy; Rt. 1 Box 118 C, a boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Batey Swan 4:. .
pervisor, there are no oaths on places, and in an unau- provision for adequate trainingand Melrose ADMITTEDShirley y
file in the office of the super- thorized manner to accept and instruction of such persons Lake ; a girl; Mr. Irene Coulthurst
and Mrs. Dan Branch, 601 NW
visor of registrations office as solicit registrations; that the prior to any future city election.IT 34th |Ruby Jean Pinkney, June Caro- rh .
Dr. a boy.
required by Section 98.271, Fo- persons who so acted did so IS, THEREFORE, INCONSIDERATION lyn Katz Carmen Fernandez

rida Statutes; that the super- in good faith and with high OF THE ADMITTED Wright, Myrtis May Carl ton,

visor of registration has deliv- civic motives, but because they FOREGOING, RECOMMENDED Patricia N. Cauthen, Gayle
ered to the State Attorney, pur- were not properly instructed in BY THE GRAND JURY AS Rejoice Mer c h lee Brazil,t(Elizabeth Arnold, Patricia Ann

suant to subpoena, a series of procedures and requirementsfor FOLLOWS: Eloise Esther Rogers, Samuel Martinez; all of Gainesville;

pages of onion skin paper with registrations, the registration I Gould Sadler, Dorothy James, Tom P. Corbin, Old Town; Cla-

a typewritten oath at the top of books of the city and coun- That appointments of deputy Fred Kristian Olsen, Joseph rice F. Brown, Newberry; Fred

the pages, with many signatures ty have become tainted with supervisors and precinct registration Brette Cason, Ronnie C I a u de Irons, Jacksonville; Betty June

thereunder that such petition- improper, illegal or questionable officers be made only by Boyd, James Henry Lee, Charlotte Harris, Chiefland.

type documents do not comply the Supervisor of Registrationand Frances Cooper, Martha DISCHARGED t .a
with the abovementioned re- registrations.V that each of said persons so Etta Nance, Sonya Lee Branch,

quirement of making an oath in That the Grand Jury's investigation appointed take an individual Mrs. Rita Susan Elwood all of Janie Charles Lee H.Burke Fairbanks, Sam, Bras-Mrs.

j writing and the filing of the of the conduct of the oath in writing duly acknow- Gainesville; Betty Margaret well, Mrs. Barbara Ann Wig-

same, and constitute little more above mentioned city election ledged by said supervisor over Hayes, Hampton; Claude M a e gins and daughter, Albert G.
i than an incomplete list of the seal of her office, and that Sharpe, Old Town; Lena Lavina;
per- revealed that there apparently
Welch, Mrs. Anna Bell Russell, Outstanding Senior Awards at University of Florida Commencement exer-
sons purporting to act as deputy existed conditions during the the same be filed in an orderly Holzendorf Frank Gifford Earleton West; Dan Palm iel Lester Hicks, Mrs. Carolyn Mc- cises yesterday went to Elizabeth Ann Allen, Savannah, Ga., for women's lead-

supervisors. II conduct thereof which, in the fashion by said supervisor, as' Beach James Nichols, 0 t t erCreek Gehee and daughter, Hugh ership; David Howard Tracy, Bradenton, for scholarship; and Frederick
Section 98.271 Florida ;
opinion of the grand jury, were required by Marcia Jones, James Nichols Thoral D. Stewart Lane, Miami, men's leadership. They received the citations from the
That many of the who :; Lynn Douglas,
persons improper; specifically some of Statutes.II Jones, Mrs. Ruth Nipper, Guy University's Alumni Association.
participated in registrat ion these conditions were: Palatka; Betty Marilyn Batey, Howard.

drives in the City of Gainesvilleand A. The clerks and inspectorsat That any person duly appointed Melrose.

County of Alachua as dep- said election allowed num- by said Supervisor shall sign DISCHARGED ACCIDENT ROUNDUP More

uty supervisors or precinct reg- erous persons to vote in pre- his full name on the registration Involved in accidents reported Law OfficersIn

istration officers, as well as per- cincts where the elector's name certificate of any person regis- Raymond F. Gable, Roberta to Gainesville police and the outVoting

sons employed as deputy super- did not appear in the precinct tering in said county and shall Kristine Graham Baby Gir I sheriff's office over the week- Area AreGraduated

visors in the office of the Super- registration book, at the direction attest the signature of said elector Angrim Nancy Ann Jontra, end: .
visor of Registration, were not! in the general registrationbooks Robert S. Wilkerson, Mrs. Kath-
of the Supervisor of Reg- I James Lee, Newberry, on St. From 1
properly instructed as to legal the county precinct erine Thompson and son, Mrs. Page
istration or other persons em- reg- Rd. 235 five miles East of New- o
requirements for registration, istration book and the city Margaret Brown and son, Isa-
ployed by her in said office, pre- berry at 8:30 p.m. Saturday.
and, therefore, were uninformedas for cinct registration book, by sign- bella Williams, Mrs. Virdie< I a sufficient number of such per- It strongly suggests that the
example: i Mack McCray, 927 NE 19th Three law enforcement not available Commission ask the Coun-
to the requirements of their Simmons, J. C. James, Mrs. area sons are provisions City
ing his name as required by !
1. In 7-12-16 the :
precincts polling Terr. at NE 25th St. and 4th
officers the 31- for a d e u ate trainingand ty Commission to redraw the
duties and consequently did not Section 98.171, Florida Statutes.III Martha Wilkerson Mrs. Minnie were among I q
for said
place be-
Ave. at 6:38
p.m. yesterday. member class the ins t r u ction" should be districts.
act in accordance with the law Lou Patray, Mrs. Florine Ro graduated by
ing Girl Scout Cabin, there Edith Christel Medlock In-
in the actual registration of cer- I gero, Mrs. Rita Elwood, Mrs. I Florida Law Enforcement Aca- I made.
That the of Regis-
were 104 persons allowed to vote Supervisor gram, route 2, and Hvo Ping They presently don't comply
tain electors in the following whose did tration her duly authorized Mary F. Nihoul, Mrs. Eda Su- demy Friday in Tallahassee. Then the jury issued its list of
names not appear in or Pan, 2022 NW 7th Lane at J. with the city limits.
particulars: any of the said three precincts I deputy or precinct registration galski, Mr. Morgan Burke, Eddie M. Field's Parking Lot at 6 They are Lt. Dudley W. Gar- solutions to the current state of The jury wants the boundaries -
A. That in the precinct regis- officer shall that each elector Rhodes, Martha Clark the voting books.It .
registration books, see p.m. yesterday. rett Jr. of the sheriffs office, of the precincts redrawn to
tration books for the City of 2. In precincts 28-30, the polling ; signs his name in the gen Bond and daughter; Mr. Ma r y Williard M. Kirby 1922 E. Sgt. Roy Carroll of the Gaines- recommended that the "conform with the existing municipal

Gainesville, there appear 4,472 place for said precincts being eral registration book, the coun- Murphy, James Lee, Ronnie Univ. Ave., and Emanuel Thomas ville Police Department and names of all voters who regis-I boundaries." The re-

registrations on which the voter's the voting machine warehouse ty precinct registration book Boyd, Marcia Douglas, Joseph .1207 SE 9th St., at E. Univ. Thomas F. Deen, district supervisor -tered on Sundays or within the drawing would make it easier
signature is not attested by 35 allowedto and the city precinct registration -.Cason, Fred Olsen, Nattie Scott. 30-day pre-election period when to tell whether
persons were Ave. and 15th St., at 7:43 p.m. ) for the State Beverage a person regis-
the Supervisor of Registrationor vote whose names were not book when such person is I. April 17,1961 yesterday. the books are to be closed be tered as a county voter was

her deputy, as in accordancewith in either precinct 28 or 30 regis- registered as required by law. BIRTHS Clyde Stallsworth 229 NW 4th Department.The immediately purged from the also a resident of Gainesvilleand

the requirements of Section tration books. IV. I Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Pl., and Jessie M. Adams, 211 men were taught the latest -rolls. eligible to vote in the city.

98.171, Florida Statutes.B. 3. In precincts 13 and 29, the That the names of all per- Coulthurst, 620 NW 34th Terr., a NW 4th Pl., at 1800 NE 8th Ave., I supervisory techniques After the May primaries, the In concluding its report, the
That there are 3,794 copiesof polling place for said precincts sons who appear on said regis- at 9:03 p.m. Saturday. I from handling grievances to supervisor should notify each jury commended State Atty.

registration certificates of being the VFW Club, there were tration books to have registered: William P. Hyder, 728 NW 'creating incentives by instructors person whose registration valid- Duncan for his "diligent, efficient -

city electors on file which are 14 persons allowed to vote whose A. While said books were as the case may be, and require 22nd Ave., and Lhinie R. Co- I from the Florida Sher- ity is questionable.It and thorough" investigation -

not signed by the supervisor or names did not appear on the closed immediately prior to said that each elector sign his name burn 2411 NE 10th Terr., at 325 I lit's Bureau and the law enforcement orders State Atty. T. E. of the voting registration

her deputy, but which are only precinct registration books for city election, andB. on the voter identification slip; NE 23rd Blvd. at 5:45 p.m. Sat i division of Florida (Ted) Duncan to furnish a list irregularities hi"the county.

initialled, often illegibly, con- either of said precincts. On Sundays, be immediately that the inspector or clerk who urday. State University.The of "questionable" registrants to I Most of the grand jury's report -

trary to the requirements of 4. That in pre c i net s 24 and purged from.the election rolls I compares the voter's signaturewith Robert Junior Littles, 917 NE class included 12 Supervisor of Registration Mrs. was based on information
Section 97.071, Florida Sta- 26, there were approximately' by the Supervisor of Registration the one on file in the registration 19th Terr., and Stonewall Evans, men Alma Bethea. She must call furnished by Duncan and his
and Fresh Water
tutes.C. 100 persons whose names did and proper'notification be book sign his name on 18 SE 4th Pl., at NE 8th Ave. from the Game each of the "questionable vot-staff.It .

That there are 269 copiesof not appear on the precinct registration -' given each of said persons of the identification slip; and finally -and Blvd., at 5:25 p.m. Satur- Fish Commission, five from the ers" before her in person. was gathered before the

registration certificates of books for said precincts said action by the Supervisor.V. for the clerk or inspector day.J. beverage department, two from The report also directs M r s. jury was empanelled.The .
city electors on file which are allowed who unlocks the the state board of conservation, Bethea to comply with ev directed that
but who were I voting machine L. Davis, 1815 SW 35th Pl., jury copiesof
neither initialled or signed by' to vote after telephone calls I That such additional informa- I to sign his name on said Identification -at 2100 Block of NW 10th St., I six city policemen and six deputy -ery law in the future that she its report be forwarded to

the supervisor or anyone act- were made to the office of the tion be obtained by the Super- slip; in no case should at 1:04 pjn.. Saturday.J. sheriffs. Those taking courses -hasn't complied within the past Gov. Farris Bryant, Secy. of

ing as her deputy, contrary to Supervisor of Registration as visor properly identify illiter- only initials be used by anyoneon S. Almeida, 8 NW 36th Dr., I in the academy come from regarding registering voters, State Tom Adams Mrs. Bethea

law.D.. a result of which said persons ates and persons of foreign birth the voter identification slip and William 0. Kenyon, 407 SW throughout the state. swearing deputy supervisors and the city and county com-

That there are 81 persons were allowed to vote.B. and that said information be D. That the City of Gainesville 13th St., at 400 SW 13th St. at I and getting deputies that under- missions.

shown in the city precinct booksas The clerks and inspectors incorporated into the registration -enact an ordinance that a poll 9:13 a.m. Saturday.Fire Heads Editors stand the state's voting laws.It .

registered, but who do not did not properly mark the pre- books as required by law. list be kept at each polling Calls orders Mrs. Bethea to fur-

have a copy of registration cer-' cinct registration books to show VI. place by an election official At 9:02 a.m. yesterday, saw- WASHINGTON (APMiles nish evidence to State Atty. JOIN

tificate on file in the supervisor when electors voted, as demon- That the Supervisor of Registration whose duty it shall be to make dust pile on North Main St. H.[ Wolff, executive editor of I Duncan by Sept. 1 that she is

of registration's office, as re- strated by the following examples -. forthwith, upon the opening a legible list of the name of At 11:30: a.m. yesterday, stove the Greensboro (N.C.) News, complying with the grand jury's

quired by law. : of the registration books following -each person voting at said poll- fire at 70915 Waldo Rd. tOday was elected president of recommendations. IDE HOME TEfiM

E. That there are 22 persons 1. In precincts 7-12-16, the polling the May primaries, notify ing place. At yesterday, trash the American Society of Newspaper Another recommendation is

purportedly registered in the place of which was the Girl each of the persons whose !bin_at_NW 13th St. and 16th Ave. Editors. aimed directly at the Coun t y
books who have X
city precinct Scout Cabin, there were voter registration validity is questionable .Commission which is responsible -
not signed the oath therein as That the MayorCommissionerof
identification in the I boun-
slips placed which for drawing precinct
required by Section 98.171, Florida voting machine, which showed according to names the City of Gainesville selectas daries in the county.
the State Attorney is hereby Voice of the
Statutes.F. 11 persons had voted whose clerks and inspectors for city PeopleContinued
rected to furnish said supervisor -
That there are 7 persons names were not checked on the elections only such persons as
appearing in the city precinct books to appear before her at some are informed of and understandthe Soviet Claims
precinct registration as
registration books, whose regis- having voted. designated place, for the purpose procedures for the proper ( From Page 4)) Grateful For RecordMOSCOW

trations are dated as having 2. In precincts 13 -29, there of correcting any deficiencies conduct of elections and if a very effectively using a new Copter y
in said registration, and sufficient number of such hook to catch votes all (AP-A
been taken on Sundays, con- were 32 such identification slips persons shiny Gainesville Life 25-passen-
trary to law.G. whose names were not checkedoff upon the failure of such person are not available, the May- over Alachua County. He ger gas turbine helicopter has

That there are 17 persons as having voted. after due notification to do so, or-Commissioner, with the advice hasn't bothered to bait the EDITOR, Sun: It's with re- covered 1,530 miles in 12 hours,
in the the Supervisor of Registrationis and assistance of the hook. 3 minutes 34 seconds the Com-
appearing city precinct 3. In precincts 24-26, there City luctance, and some sadness Serve per country aid your cftmminityYOHTHl
registration books, whose regis- hereby directed to strike such Attorney, should make provision munist party newspaper Prav-
such identification
96 In
were slips. charming manner
dated within person's name from the list of that I leave Gainesville in the .
trations I for and da
are thirty 4. In precincts 5-17, there were adequate training Red has convinced many reported today.It
(30) days before the city election 7 such identification slips. I qualified electors in the city instruction of the clerks and inspectors voters that they should sup- near future. So many people claimed the flight Sunday

of 17 March 1964, during 5. In precincts 4-27 there and county. prior to each future him either both have been so wonderful to us ; of the V8, set world records for S
port on or I
the time registration books are were 3 such identificationslips. vn election; that the same recommendation of these arguments: that the list is far too longto distance and speed. The aver- GUARD

closed by statute. I I of is made to the Boardof show here. I'm just glad age speed on the closed-circuit
H. That in addition to the That the Supervisor Registration County Commissioners in 1. Red had almost earned that I had such a town to flight in the Moscow area was Co. B, lit On. 187th ArmorFR

above there are numerous in- C. That Section 11-38 of the f is hereby directed to I regard to state and county elec- his retirement when he was grow up in. 126 miles an hour. 6-640S
with the of
stances in said city precinct Gainesville City Code, which is comply tions. shamefully kicked out of of-
Section 98.021, Florida Statutes, fice for small Many of the kindnesses, I'm --
books of: substantially the same as Section making a single,
which require that when registration XI. sure were and are out of the
1. Insufficient or incomplete 101.47, Florida Statutes, was mistake. This was grossly unfair -
is conducted in the var- the Commission deep respect and memory of
Information in regard to'regIs- not generally complied with in That City by to him as he deservedhis
trant's citizenship. that in many instances the elector ious precincts, that notice of the appropriate resolution, requestthe pension. my wonderful Daddy, LaFay- f
location of said books be Commissioners ette Golden, for what he con- KrJ
posted, Board of County f
2. Insufficient or incomplete did not sign the voter identification 2. Red has learned his lesson -
and that said precinct books be of Alachua County, Florida tributed both to Gainesvilleand
information In regard to description slip and more often and will be good from
delivered to said place, all priorto to re-designate the precincts the great state of Florida.
of alleged illiterates. the clerk certifying to a comparison now on. He deserves the
the acceptance of registra- in the City of Gainesville' This makes me even more m
3. Numerous typographicaland of the elector's signature chance to it.
tions by deputy supervisors and so the same will conform to the grateful! How different the
stenographic errors which on the identification slip As I check the accounts of
officers boundaries.I world would be today if
precinct registration existing municipal every
add to the overall confused con- with his signature in the registration his speeches to date, I can child were fortunate enoughto Pays Tribute To:
and the Supervisor of Registration -
dition of said registrationbooks. book, merely initial
xn. find not indicationthat
one single -
is further directed to in- come into this world with
led the same, rather than sign- That on or before 1 September he intends to change.To such a Daddy. ? NATIONAL
struct her deputy supervisorsand
ing his name; that the same 1964, the Supervisor of Regis- ,
officers justify either_ of these e0
precinct registration e
condition exists as the clerk or tration of Alachua County, Florida Most of my life has been
the deservea
arguments people SECRETARYWEEK
That during the time to only accept registrationsat
prece- inspector whose duty it was to furnish evidence to the from spent here, and I'm certain
firm acknowledgement
ding the aforesaid municipal 'unlock the voting machine said that place and only duringthe
State Attorney of the Eighth that has a large
that he will not
election and at other times times authorized by law.
clerks inspectors in most in-
number the
Judicial Circuit of Florida, of his tactics of I finest peoplein
prior thereto, registra t ion s stances only initialled the iden- I VIII. resume
her compliance with the recom- of the past three the world! For this, I'm
were sought and accepted at tification slips. That the Supervisor of Regis- mendations contained in this will the interests yeprs.and of sure it will grow and prosper. APRIL

times, places and in a man- i. VI tration should only employ per- report and the applicable re- Alachua place County ahead of his My husband, Dick, and I j
authorized law and
not by ,
mer sons in her office who are
particularly, in that: That although there is no city instructed in the procedures quirements of Florida statutes. personal animosities.Last are sorry that our business, I. II 19-25

A. When registrations were charter requirement for such, it and requirements for proper XIII. year over 4,000 adultsin "The Town & Country Garden

accepted or solicited at places appears to the grand jury thatit registration and that the That the grand jury hereby Alachur County, by their Center, Inc.", didn't make

other than at the supervisorof would be in the best interestof supervisor shall impress upon commends the State Attorney signatures besought Mr. the grade, so that we could

registration's office, there an orderly election processif each of her said employees the and his staff for the diligent, Franks to consider the wel- stay here with you. We wishto Chesnut's Staff OffersA

generally were no notices the City Commission would necessity for accuracy in the efficient and thorough mannerin fare of the school children of take this opportunity of

posted in three places by the by> ordinance require that poll ; registration of electors and the which he conducted his Investigation our county. He ignored tbi thanking each of our customers. I InvitationTo

precinct registration officer de- lists of each person voting in maintainance of accurate records prior to the empanel- request and left the financial We hope when you can, Cordial

signating the building in which 'each precinct be kept by one of'the of said registrations. ling of this grand jury and the structure of the schools in you'll come to see us. I I

registrations were to be accepted clerks or inspectors so that complete cooperation extended jeopardy.Has I Visit Us, -
and in no instanceswere an accurate determination cane the grand jury in its delibera- Mr. Franks changed? With every good wish for
the registration > made of the persons who vote That hereafter city and coun- Gainesville and its fine people I
precinct and tions. Is he willing to forget the The One Stop Office
clerks inspec-
in elections ty election thanks again for _
books taken to the place where in each precinct city past? Will he show responsi- we say I
said requirement is foundin tors be directed: XIV. everything, goodbye, and may
said precinct registrations were ; bilities c' action from not j
to be conducted, as requiredby the laws governing state A. To require that a personbe That a copy of this Report be on? If he won't bait the hook God bless each and every one Supply Store. :

section 98.021, Florida sta- and county elections, and wouldbe registered and his name appear -furnished by the State Attorney I Ito with definite promises, then of you. I
beneficial in city elections in the precinct registration : Honorable Farris Bryant,
tutes.B. } he doesn't merit the supportof We won't be far and "OFFICE AIDS FOR EFFICIENCYAND
That on occasions, because of the illegibility of the book of that particular pre- Governor of Florida; HonorableTom away, I
many a single concerned parentin doubt will return at the
cinct that he comply with Adams of State no
of or ;
registrations were solicited signatures many persons on ECONOMY"
Alachua .
house to house and door to the voter identification slips. the alternative provisions of Sec- Honorable Alma Bethea Supervisor -I County. slightest opportunity.

door when the registrant was vn tion 97.091, Florida Statutes, before of Registration, Alachua Along with many other Ala MARTHA GOLDEN MINERD

neither ill nor infirm, there That there apparently was a he be allowed to vote.B. County, Florida; City Commission chua County citizens, I like I
being no authority in law for I general lack of knowledge and To carefully indicate by: City of Gainesville Florida Red, but it will take more CHESNUT OFFICE

such solicitations even by qualified 'understanding of the city and appropriate marking in the I ; Board of County Commissioners than upraised hands and appeals

deputy supervisors or pre- state election procedures and precinct registration book whenan of Alachua County, Flo- for 'Peace' to convinceme. Earl C. MayRepresenting

cinct registration officers.IV requirements among the clerks elector votes. II rida.Respectfully EQUIPMENT CO. INC.
and Inspectors at the recent city I C. To comply with the re- submitted this. SAM HENDRIX, The Equitable Life ,

That, In general, the super- election, and there appears to be quirements of Section 101.47, 20th day of April 1964. Principal Assurance Society 4 t. '
v'-r of registration has 'ailed a need for the Mayor Com- I.Florida Statutes or Section 11.38' (s) John G. Kitchens (Foreman Howard Bishop FR 2.3576 106 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. PHONE -

U adequately maintain a cur- missioner to select persons who of the City of Gainesville Code i ) Junior High School

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:8 Gainesville Sun Mon'day, April 20, 1964

Plan Atomic European L Diplomats IL. Give Johnson an 'A.' -- ; t!,

By ENDRE MARTON the case in Italy, but the economists are not unduly alarmed The U.S. contention that the force is a political necessity

WASHINGTON (AP) President Johnson, in confidential because, they say, Europe's economy is healthy. because it will serve as a safety valve against German nu-
I reports many European embassies sent to their capitals, got There are some eyebrows raised over U.S. enthusiasm for clear ambitions, was termed by some as naive and met by
Naval ForceWASHINGTON an "A" in domestic affairs. But grading was deferred in his the multilaterial nuclear force, a project which should reacha others with a shrug. Should the time come and nobody
new phase in June when an American destroyer is usedto
other major, foreign policy.A
demonstrate its feasibility. Despite Washington's fervor, says it will when the Germans believe they must have

number of Western diplomats, who cannot be quoted, there is almost complete lack of joy among the Europeans, including their own nuclear arms, neither their participation in a multilateral

(AP) For Certain Navy leaders would speak with surprising frankness about these reports. Conversations those who consented to participate in the demon force nor any pact forbidding them to have them
with them reveal that the have amazingly similar .
envoys will it said.
stration. serve as a was
the first time, the Navy is about like to put an all-atomic task views about the Johnson administration.The .
to form all U. S. nuclear-pow-I group through its paces in the
wered surface warships into a wide expanses of the Pacific or explanation for the flattering high mark in domestic Fidel Charges- Relaxes I Ii
single carrier task group, it the Indian Ocean. affairs is simple. Johnson, the diplomats are saying, has I Hussein Before Business
was learned today. The 14,200- ton Long Beach is achieved in a remarkably short time good working harmony HarrassmentHAVANA
No other nation, so far #s is at Portsmouth, Va., and the with Congress, something which they say was a sadly low i WEST PALM BEACH (AP-i then took a turn on the skis Hussein's official visit ends
known, is capable of sending to Bainbridge is at Charleston, level during the last period of the Kennedy administration.In (AP) AccusingU.S. King Hussein I of Jordan flies himself. I Thursday in New York with the

sea such an all-atomic naval foreign affairs, however, grading had to be postponed Marines of harassing Cuban today to Houston, Tex., for business The dedication of the Jordanian pavilion
striking force. S.C.The Navy said the 7,600 ton because of what diplomats delicately described as John- soldiers along the rim of conferences with John W. 28-year-old ruler took I at the World's Fair. How
The Navy told The Associated son's reserved attitude on most foreign policy questions the Guantanamo Bay naval time out, before his journey to
Bainbridge and the Enterprisehave base Fidel Castro said last Mecom. The Texas developerhas i ever, he plans to remain in the
' Press, in reponse to questions, teamed before, and so which interest this country's European allies. Cypress Gardens, to fly unannounced
up he would take the case before a two-year concession on
until 29
night visitingSan
that the guided missile cruiser -have the Enterprise and the The envoys of course are aware that 1964 Is an election i into Miami. He spent country
in the
the United Nations.In oil exploration king'scountry.
Long Beach and the frigate and that customarily domestic problems push foreign Francisco and Chicago.
"but year
I Long Beach, never a broadcast two hours window shopping fora .
Bainbridge will head for the'three together. policy headaches into the background. It is also true, they a long, rambling I ---..,
the third anniversaryof yacht and promptly flew out
Mediterranean late this month. I' concede, that the lull in East-West relations relieved the marking Business apparently was far, WATER and ICE TEA
d The only other U. S. nude a r the Bay of Pigs invasion, the
Mediterranean, chief executive from dramatic
Once in the under construction making decisions. from the Middle Eastern Monarch's GLASSESFor
surface warship Cuba wouldno
minister said '
i these two atomic propelled But, one French-speaking diplomat spoke of noblesse obligein prime
mind Sunday he lazed
is the frigate Truxt u n, longer tolerate violations of as The king, on a 16-day tour of Motels & Restaurants
will join the 85,000-1 this case meaning that as the Western world's leader,
warships in the Florida sun at Cypress
which is to be launched in Oct- its sovereignty. the United States, was the guestof SPENCECHEMICAL
ton carrier Enterprise, already the United States, election year or not, must continue to give Gardens. He sipped champagne,
ober. Castro warned that if the Dick Pope, owner of Cypress SUPPLY CO.
with the U. S. 6th Fleet in these guidance to the West. watched water skiers perform I
FR 2-2186
The has submitted United States is planning any Gardens.
waters. Navy There is an almost puzzling similarity among Western dip I
Together, these three vessels strong arguments for construction lomats, the French excluded, mildly criticizing the adminis aggressive move from Guantanamo ,
represent a construction cost of of more atomic warships, tration's position on Charles de Gaulle. The words they use Bay, "We remind them of NOTICETAXICAB
nearly $1 billion. but so far the high cost has range from exaggeration to defeatism. De Gaulle is not Eu- the Bay of Pigs and danger" to I
Operating in the relatively stood in the way. rope, the diplomas' reasoning goes. They feel the current humanity of such a crisis. j I
stricted Mediterranean probably The first three American nuclear Washington thinking grossly overrates the general's powerto Castro said those governing)I
the United States "are more reactionary" -i PATRONSAll
won't'permit'a full test of the warships were completedafter bring European integration to a .halt or to create some Ken
of carrier task their costs spiraled. The kind of a third force. than President
capabilities a I cars of the Gainesville Diamond -
force run entirely on atomic Enterprise cost $474 million, the Washington, it is felt, is apt to forget that De Gaulle nedy. He called"still Kennedy's assassination Cob company were OK'd
power. Long Beach nearly $330 million i brought to France, and through France to Europe, something and a murder"mysterious and as-I by the Jaycee Safety Check, ..
These features are great and the Bainbridge more than which was badly needed: stability.It serted strange that the President had April 9th and 10th
and million. is highly questionable, some of the diplomats maintain,
distances, $160
speed over great been "a victim without any' O. P. WELLS
very long endurance be- Part of these high prices were that Europe would be more advanced on the road toward political doubt of extreme rightwing PresidentGainesville
cause nuclear ships are free of attributable to the three sh ips integration if there were no De Gaulle. Integration is elements." j Jayceees
viewed as a most praiseworthy but almost Take up the 34 months to pay
an Utopianone
refueling vessels and shore being the first of their kind tinder goal -- at our low discount prices.
atomic especially under present conditions when Europe is Furniture Manufacturers Sample
bases. power. House. South Main St. at South
pressed neither politically nor economically to hurry towardit. 13th St.
Some of the Europeans, including at least one economic
High Accuses expert, also minimize Washington's concern about inflationary
tendencies on the other side of the Atlantic. They do not deny : THE OFFICE OF

the trend exists and that it could become serious, as was TAX ASSESSOR i' .; .

Bryant of Wastehave The Home Of Gourmets 1 KEEP J. PIERCESMITH

Try Our Noon Lunchestamanella's

By TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS consistently taken a walk
Florida's gubernatorial candidates -rather than a firm stand when I t l'f.f.'
resumed the campaigntrail controversial issues were under 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE (Pd. Adv.)
to their consideration." --- ---
today, eager get ---- - - --- ----- -- -
message to as many voters as State Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland -
'possible before the May 5 pri in a statement, stressedthe SHOP TONIGHT
mary. importance of education.He FREE SERVICE
On the Democratic side, Mayor :1
Robert King High of Miami said that if he is electedhe THE FAMOUS /TIL :
said Sunday the "outrageous will see to it "that the state's 9
business methods" of Gov. Far- public school system is ad- & DELIVERY! :
jis Bryant's administration cost vanced to the highest degree of P.M.
Florida taxpayers $173 million excellence to meet the challenge -
last year. of Florida's tremendously "Jr .::a.1 I
Particularly shocking, High increasing population."

Sold a Miami rally, was the ne- Former State Sen. Fred 0.
gotiated sale of $157 million of Dickinson of West Palm Beach
turnpike bonds. He said the expenses -said the Florida taxpayer "is
million.on were the forgotten man." Dickinson ONLY HOTPOINT

High contrasted that with the promised, if elected, to make a
stand in the taxpayer's behalf
sale of $166 million worth of
He said at Pensacola:
schools bonds, which he said
"If the people of Florida think

000.The were business year.Florida State bidding handled mayor Sen.taxes methods at a under John cost said$173 under that of million cabinet only was increased MathewsJr. competitive $498-such last supervision --taxes"a they over to"For quart loaf realize, are 1,000 they they of example 150 of taxed bread different really would different to,"carries"pay.many near be he taxes"continued astounded taxes capacitynow approximately hidden are and ina -, A I L OF THEIRWASHERS P 0 R C E I A I N

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Sunday but expressed jubilation -

four major over Florida his endorsement I Boys' ClubForming Band OUTSIDE AND INSIDE!

Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia I
County urged true leadership in
the field cf politics.He The Boys' Club is organizinga
told the Florida School I mummers-type string parade
Food Service convention at band. THE ENTIRE
Jacksonville that the courage of Members of the club 11 years
legislators is tested whenever, old and over are invited to attend .

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kl Yankees Finally Win One

Pepitone's Souchak TriumphsIn

First Hits 0 / f1

,. End SlumpBy Houston OpenHOUSTON


Associated Press Sports Writer golf tour has its 18th championin
,4t Rookie Manager Yogi Berra as many tournaments and

zsa finally tasted the fruits of ,victory has 1a
a new leading money win-
as the New York Yankeeswon Monday, April 20, 1954 9 ner for 1964.

their first game of the sea-

son Sunday after three straight Big Mike Souchak won $7,500 I

extra-inning defeats.A and his second Houston Classic!

y fq 'hjf f, yw taste in his mouth today Nicklaus, with $4,000 as runner-,I 1

I must be Chuck Hinton, brilliantbut AL Box ScoresFirst up, took over first place in the

erratic Washington outfielder 1964 money race from the idle

',. ,. : and the goat of a 5-1 defeat'' Cam Chicago ............... 600 040 110-4 Arnold Palmer.
} 1 .Y ,4 ... ; by Kansas City. 'I' MINNESOTA DETROIT Boston ................. 000 000 000-8E
1 Souchak's stroke decision
'I abrhbi abrhbi -Stuart. Connolly Jones. PO -Chicago one -
After catching Jim Gentile's'fly Rollins 3b 6 2 41 M'Aultffe ss 41 31 27-10. Boston 21.13.DP-Charton and
with '
with one out and the bases Oliva rf 5022 Lumps b2b 300 0 I Stuart; Buford, Wets and Cunningham; a under -
Allison cf-lf 5100 Cash 4000Mincher Charton, Bressoud and Stuart; Hansen par-broke his own victory
.g full in the fifth inning, Chuck lIT 5231 Kaline rf 400 I and Weis. LOB-Chicago U, Boston 4.
Killebrew If 5 2 3 4 Demeter cf 4000 2B-Bressoud/ Hansen.IP drought that extended back to
headed for the dugout, thinkingit Green cf 0000 Horton If 400 H R ERBB SO
Versalles ss 4120 Sullivan c -300 0 xBuzhardt W 1-0 7 5 0 0 1 E the Greensboro Open in 1961. I
was the third out. Nelson Allen 2b 3210 Wert 3b3 1 1 1 Wilhelm ....... 2 0 0 0 0 0
Mathews scored from third and ZIm'rman c 3 1 1 1 Regan p 000 0 Connolly L. 0-1 .. 5 5. 2 6 7 Nicklaus, in his third near
Pascual p 5122 aPhlllips 1 000 Heffner ........ 1 0 0 II 0 1 miss at Houston in I
Ed Charles from second as Hin- Koch p 0000 Charton ........2 4 2 2 2 1 as many
bBruton 1000 Earley......... 1 0 a 0 0 1 years, bogeyed the 17th hole of
ton trotted toward the dugout, Gladding p 000 x-Faced 2 men In 8th.
ball in hand.Manager cThomas 1111 WP-Connolly. PB-Martin. U-Haller, the final round to miss a tie, but
H Fisher p oooo Hurley, Flaherty Carrigan. T-2:57. A- I
Gil Hodges, who I Rakow p 0 0 0 9,966. his second-place earnings for his
4111 It 11 Totals 32 3 5 3
76-66-66-71-279 boosted his 1964
frowns on sleeping on the ball _Popped out for Regan In 3rd; b- NEW YORK BALTIMORE
field, replaced Hinton in leftfield Hit Into double play for Koch In 6th; abrhbl ab r h biLlnz tournament income to $31,150,! 4 !
c-Homered for Gladding In 8th. ss 1000 Brandt cf 5010 _
with Ken Hunt in the next Minnesota ............... 118 030 204-12 Gonzalez 3b 4000 Johnson ss 3110 compared to Palmer's $33- r.:" .: "
Detroit ... ............... 000 001 0203 Rich'son 2b 5021 Powell If 2000 488.25. I ,'.r ,.:
inning. I E-Pascual, Rollins. PO-A Minnesota Mans rf 5120 bGames If 1000 ">.'
Versalles and Lopez If OOOO Siebern Ib 3000 Souchak and Nicklaus I
27-10 Detroit 27-15. DP began
First Defeat I Mincher 2; Wert and Cash. LOB Minnesota Tresh If-cf 2110 Orsino c 3011 I MIKE SOUCHAK
9, Detroit 3. Pepitone lb 5122 Bowens rf 4120 the final round on the 7,233yardpar gets big victory
The Yankees handed Balti- 2B Pascual. 38 Oliva. HR-Kllle- Blanch'd c 2000 Robinson 3b 4 1 1 0 71
Wert Thomas. SB- dHoward c OOOO Adair 2b 4030 Sharpstown Country
brew 2 McAuliffe.
its first defeat in five
more McAuliffe. S-Zimmerrnan. Boyer 3b-ss 5111 Pappas- 1000 Club course with identical 208s. Mondays and Tuesdays two
H R ER BB SO Daley p 1000 McCorm'k p 0000
5-3 but the Orioles IP
re- "
; games, Pascual. W. 1-0 ...9 5 3 3 1 7 Hamilton p 1000 Stock p OOOO The deadlock was not broken months ago, he said.
tained their hold on first place, Regan, L, 1-1 ..... 3 6 3 3 1 0 aBrown 1001
the Minnesota Koch ............3 6 3 3 1 0 Estrada p OOOOcSavenne with finality until Nicklaus two- Chi Chi Rodriguez finished
Seek Golf Laurels as second-place .....2 3 2 2 2 0 1000
They'll Gladding
Twins spilt a doubleheader with Fisher .....o....... 1.3 2. 4 2 1 Haddix p OOOO putted from 18 feet for a bogey third with a 280 worth $3,300.
Rakow........ 23 1 0 0 0 1 eSnyder 1000 I four the 195 3 17th 281
on at two
Detroit. The Twins won the U Stewart, Totals 36 5 9 5 Totals 33 3 9 2 yard, par Receiving $2,600 were
Gladding. -
Here are seven of the eight players who will tee off tomorrow for honors in 12-3 and Detroit took the Stevens WP -, Napp Koch., Rice. T-2:39. Walked a-Safe for on Powell error for I In Stock Grounded In 5th. b- :hole. Texans, Rex Baster Jr. and

the 18-hole championship tourney at the Golf and Country Club. Seated, from : opener second 3-1. Second Game 1 into doubleplay for sthJa in 7th. d-. I. Souchak, 36, credited rest Butch Baird and AI Geiber-

left, are Jo Butler, Evelyn Puckett and Martha Brown. Standing, left to right, MINNESOTA DETROIT Walked for for Haddix Blanchard in 9th.In 9th; eStruckout with improving his game. 'ger, the young Californian who
The White Sox
Chicago abrhbi ah r h bi New York ..... .... ... ...
are Eleanor Davis, Nora Mae Scruggs, Rachel Emmel and Carmen Powers. Lib- Boston 6-0 A scheduled Rollins 3b 5000 Wert 3b 4000 Baltimore ... .. ....... 000 000 221 021 000-5 000-3 "I've improved each week tied the Sharpstown competitive
ba Merrill is the other player in the I Oliva rf 5110 Lumpe 2b 4 0 0 0 E-Orsmo. Richardson, Boyer PO-A- I
championship flight. (Sun photo). doubleheader between Los An- Allison d 3011 Cash Ib 4 0 1 0 New York 27-1S, Baltimore 27.,. DP-Linz since I started ignoring golf on .course record 65 on Saturday.CLARK1S. .
.Mincher lb 3000 Kaline rf 4110 and Richardson; Richardson Boyer and
geles and the Indians in Cleve- Killebrew If 3000 Horton If 3120 Pepitone; Hamilton Boyer and Pepitone.
Women land was postponed because of ,McCabe c 3000 Thomas Cf 2 1 1 2 LOB-New York 12 Baltimore 7.
1 0 1 0
Open Play TuesdayIn cGreen 1000 McAuliffe SS 2B-Johnson. Pepitone Marts Bowens
rain.Sunday's. Zim'rman cOO 0 0 Roarke c 3 0 1 0 Robinson, Tresh. SB-Tresh, Blanchard.
Versalles ss u 3 0 2 0 Wick'ham p 3 0 1 0 S Daley. SF-Orsmo. .
defeat was the I Allen 2b 3000 IP H R ERBBSO
fourth in six for the I Roland p 2000 Daley W, 1-0 ... 5 4 3 2 3 2
games OOOO ......
aHall Hamilton .4 5 0 0 0 4
Annual Club Senators but it is doubtful any bNossek OOOO Pappas L. 0-1 .... 4 3 2 2 2 2 ,
Fischer p OOOO McCormick ....
TourneyPlay 233 2 2 1 01 I
of the previous losses rankled Arrigo p oooo tock .......... l30 0 0 0
dGoryl 1000 Estrada ........2 2 1 0 2 2
He had vowed
Hodges more. Totals 32 1 4 1 Totals 212 S 2 Haddix ........ 2 1 0 0 1 2
the Senators would cut down a-Walked for Roland in 7th; bRanfor HOP-B. Pappas (Daley). WPEstrada.
will open tomorrow in Woodward, Ruth Aller vs. Sunny Weber vs. Mary Lou Swearingen Hall In 7th; Grounded out for McCabe PB-Orsmo. Honochick, Runge,
the annual women's club chain, and their mental mistakes. in 8th; d-Called out on strikes Smith and Kinnamon. T-2:42. A-26.1..
Harper Jayne Hope vs. Grace Franklin, bye; Kath- for Arrigo In "".
for in "We made too many funda- Minnesota .. ............ 001 000 ooo-i WHITEWALLS
pionship tourney players Jean Crow. erine Stephens'vs.. Eunice Detroit ..... ........... 110 010 10x-3
the 18-hole group at the Golf The Third Flight will tee off Campbell. and Jerry Jenkins, mental mistakes last year, he E-Wert, McAuliffe. PO-Minnesota Terry Nun
said in "Too 24-12, Detroit 277. DP-Allen McCabe.
spring training.
and Country Club. at 9 a.m. Matches are AgnesAuburn bye. Rollins, Roland Versalles and Rollins;
Evelyn Puckett won medalist many times we gave the oppo-, Versalles, Allen and Mincher; Lumpe Chosen For 75
I McAuliffe and Cash. LOB-Minnesota 10
honors with a 163 while Rachel sition another run. It's my job Detroit 4.26Horton.. 2 I24
3B Oliva, Horton. HR Star Game !
Emme1 and Libba Merrill tied Ole Miss to see that we don't make the Thomas. SF-Thomas.
same mistakes this IP H R ER BB so
for mrmerup with 168s., year. Roland L, 0-1 ....'6 4 2 2 2 0 Terry Nutt, Gainesville High
There tie for Hinton can comfort himself Fischer ... 1 1 1 0 0
was a four-way School center has been "
chosenfor All-Weather 42" Tires
in the that Joe Di- Arrigo .::...... i 0 0 0 0 1
the eighth spot in the championship knowledge Wick'sham W, 1-0 ? 4 1 1 6 9 the annual summer all-star' With Tufsyn Rubber
Maggio was once guilty of a Balk-Roland. U-Stevens, Napp, Rice,
flight following the 36-hole Top SEC BaseballBy Stewart. T-2:15. A14061. bask etball game here, it was
qualifying test. In a sudden similar boner. announced today. I 6.70 x 15 tube-type plus tax and

death playoff among Mary Two Hits KANSAS CITY WASHINGTON Coaches from the district selected 2 tires off your car.
Orlando Pena ab r ti bi abrhbi
permitted only
Stringfellow, Corinne Jackson, MIKE BARRON Sophomore Jimmy Robinson Mathews cf 3220 Blas'ame 2b 3 0 1 0 Nutt at a meeting h e re
two hits-triples to Don Blasin- Causey ss 1100 Brinkman ss 31 1 0
Martha Brown and Mary John- Associated Press Sports Writer limited Florida to seven hits in Charles 3b 3120 Hinton If 1 0 0 1 yesterday.He .
and Ed Brinkman in
son, Mrs. Brown won on the Auburn's defending Southeastern becoming the first Tech pitcherto the game rain-shortened first Colavito Gentile Ib rf 2001 2111 Skowron Hunt If Ib 0000 2000 will play with the North FREE MOUNTINGEASY

third extra hole with a par. Conference baseball cham- go the route this season. One gameof Edwards e 3021 King rf 2 0 0 0 team and continues the list of

Championship flight matches pions are threatening a repeat of the hits was a bases empty a scheduled doubleheader, Reynolds Green 2b If 3000 3000 Lock Brumley cf e 2 2000 0 0 0 GHS players who have been selected PAY PLANCLARKE'S

at 10:30 tomorrow Kansas City's first victory of Pena p 3000 Kennedy 3b 2000 for the all
will start a.m. : performance.The home run by Allen Trammel. the Osteen p 1000 star encouner. -

Mrs. Puckett plays Car-, Jimmy Adams and Terry Hall season. Hannan p OOOOaZirnmer Mike Clarkson played in
1000 SHELL
men Powers, Mrs. Merrill meets Tigers took over first hit homers for Teen.Today's Joe Pepitone drove in two Roebuck, pOll 0 0 last year's fray.and was one of

Nora Mae Scruggs, Mrs. Emmel. place' in the eastern division runs with his first hits of the Totals 23573 Totals In Ml 6th. 21 the stars for the North team. j

plays Eleanor Davis and Jo Saturday by beating Georgia games find Florida season as Bud Daley becamethe Kansas a-Struck City out...for.....Hannan...........101 130-5 Other GHS players who have Tire Service i
State at Auburn, Lincoln Mem- first Yankee pitcher to posta Washington ... ...............000100.-1.
5-4 while Florida fell from the
Butler takes on Mrs. Brown. j Hinton. PO-A Kansas City 183. participated in past seasons include -
Semi-finals are set Wednes- lead by losing 4-2 to Georgia orial at Tennessee, Tulane at triumph. Pepitone, who had Washington:: 18-4. LOB -Edwards.Kansas City 3B 8. : Jennings and Donnie I S. MAIN ST. AT 4th AVE. PH. FR 6-6563

day and the finals will be play- Tech. Auburn now is 8-2, while Alabama and Mississippi at failed to hit in 14 times at bat, Washington Blasingame 1.Brinkman.2B 5-Cause y. SF- Rowland and LaRue Boyd. '

Mississippi! State.SOUTHEASTERN singled home Mickey Mantle Hinton Gentile. -
Florida is 7-2.
ed on Thursday. IP H R ER BB SO
with what turned out to be the W. 1 1 0 9 1
Tee-off time for the First CONFERENCE ?%. V.423l 5 4 4 31
is 10 ajn. Matches are In the west, Mississippi con- BASEBALL winning run, and doubled in Hannan ......... 113 1 0 0 1 2'
Flight tinued unbeaten within the con- Conference EASTERN DIVISION Tom Tresh. xRoebuck ... ....0 0 '0 0 1 0!
Gussie Games All Games
Mrs. Stringfellow vs. ference by beating' Tulane for Auburn ........ 8 2.800 12 2 .857 x-Faced one man Drummond In 7th., DiMuro, Pap-
Mrs. Johnson vs.Mitt' Florida ........ 7 U VALIANTSALL
2.771 11 5 .688 ... A8500.
arella. T-1:
the fourth time 12-3. Tulane'sSEC Lose
Kentucky..... 5 3 .625 10 5 .667 Opener
Jacunski, Mrs. Jacksonvs. record is 4-4 and all four Tennessee ...... 4 3.571 11'.579 CHICAGO BOSTON
Barbara Stephens and Ann Georgia ........ 3 7.300 6 5.429 ab r h bi ab r h W
losses have been inflicted by Georgia Tech .. 1 5 .167 5'.3S7 The Boys' Club of Gainesville Wets 2b 5000 Jones 2b 4 0 0 0
Scrafford vs. Bertha May Put- Vanderbilt .... 1 7 .125 2' .182 Buford 3b 3210 Bressoud ss 4010
he Rebels, who are 8-0 in the W L Pet. W L Pet. opened its 1964 baseball season Robinson rf 3 1 2 0 Y'tne'skl If 4000
nam. SEC. Saturday against the 0 r 1 ando Nicholson If 4 1 1 1 Malione 3b 4030 IN PRICE
Tee-off time for the Second WESTERN DIVISIONW Hansen ss 4221 Stuart Ib 3000
L Pet. W L Pet. Boys' Club and lost 3-1. Dick H'sh b'g e d 4 0 1 1 Clinton3 0 00Cunham
Flight is 9:30 a.m. Matches are In other SEC games Saturday Mississippi .... 8 0 1.000 14 2 .875 Ib 4010 Conigliaro ef 2 0 0 0 BIG IN VALUE
Tulane ........ 4 4 .500 12 7 .432: Underwood had two hits and M'Nertney c 4 0 1 1 Nixon e 3 0 1 0
Louise Summer'in vs. Betsy Tennessee swept a doubleheader Alabama ...... 4 6 .400 e .471 Kim Helton had the only other Martin e 1000 Connolly: 1000Buzhardt I
Lee Dot from MISS. State .... 2. .333 12'.600 p 4000 Heffner OOOO
Combs Sylvia vs. Kentucky 3-1 and 2-1
1000OOOO Talks Your !
Louisiana St. .. 2'.250 7 10 .412 hit for the Gainesville team. Wilhelm. p 0 0 0 0 aMantilla Language
and Alabama beat MississippiState Charton p
bMelias 1000
Benefit Races 4-3. Vanderbilt beat Se- Earley p oooo

MIAMI (AP) Gulfstream wanee 8-5 in a nonconferencegame. Totals 3664 out for Heffner Totals In 30 6th 8 b-SaPopped 0

Major/ Lined out Into double play for ChartonIn
Park winds up a 40-day meeting STAN: DINGS 8th. __ ___ _

today then operates three more Auburn erased a 4-1 Georgia League.

days for scholarship and charity I lead and pushed across the win- ,

funds before ending Florida's :ning runs in the fifth inning. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cincinnati at San Francisco
racing: season Thursday.mI1B. W. L Pet. G.B.
Reliefer Jerry Lewter was the I St. Louis at Houston N
Baltimore 4 I .800 Milwaukee at Los Angeles
winner and Bulldog starter Bob.I Minnesota 4 2 .647 Vi Only games scheduled.

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'k I Mackerel Hockey GetsAttention HITS NO. 6 IN GIANTS'-- WIN -.- I NL Box ScoresST.

LOUIS HOUSTON | HBP-By Drysdaw Ways). *y Tlef*.
abrhbi. ab. r k DT nauer (W. Davis). WP-Drysd l.. Ttofa-
Running At Flood; ct 4lllKaske u 5110 nauer. DonateW. Landes Steiner, Bar-
\; At Boys' Club Mays Homer Spree Groat ss 4011 a 3100 lick. T-3l A-30,132.
,- on Muvlll SI Runnels lit Sill
\ Whit lb 4000 Bond If 4010 PITTSBURGH NEW YORK
} Hockey League matches drew .. James If 4110 Staub rf 3000 I abrfcbi abrkbt.
Cedar .
KeyCEDAR Boyer 3to 4000 AjproWt 3b 3 0 1 0 Schofield ss 3010R.Sonlth lb 5011Vlrdon

sports attention Saturday at By MURRAY CRASS Mays said after the game. "I ,'Washington and the Los Ange- Louis in the opener, lost when MeCarver Lewis rf 3110 4 1 J i Wynn Bateman ef c 2000 4010 Clerrente cf rf 4001HuntSb 4 0 1 0 Hickman d 3 5022 0 2 0

KEY Cars and the Boys' Club. Associated Press Sports Writer can't explain it. I'm not even les Cleveland doubleheader.Big Felipe Alou singled and Ed Javier 2b 3113 Nofbart p 2000 Stargell If 4000 Thomas If 4010
Gibson p 4110 Clend'on lb 4 0 1 0 Taylor c 4120
aB'champ 0000
: boat trailers jammed the: Willie Mays never sizzled so going to try. I'm just happy I'm Inning Mathews doubled him home in Bruce p Cool Bailey 3b 40ochrrpherrf2220
In Junior loop action, Hawks much even in his stickball dayson playing the I'm playing." Mays smashed his latest homer the 12th. Don bWeekly 1000 Mazer'skI2bSO2OKanehI 3b 4012
streets of Cedar Key yesterday,II way Drysdale pitched I Tttals 34 < I' lush 30 1 4aWalked 0 Pagllaroni c 3 0 0 0 Moran ss 4221
i as fishermen sought the King beat Maple Leafs, 2-1. Jeff Mo the steaming streets of New Mays, in fact, has a better in the eigth inning against the perfect ball until the sixth and' for Nottebart In Ttti; b- Veate! p 1000 Jackson p 3100
out for Bruce in tth. Butters p 0000
nackerel which have been reported -Christian made both goals for York. record than the Los Angeles Reds. His two run single in kept the Braves hitless through I St. levis ................... OJO OM 200-41 >>1nston 1000
the winners and Robbie Watts Houstos ................... -ilsk p 0000
running in fabulous numbers Right now Mays is hotter Dodgers as a team. The world the Giants' nine run sixth helped 6 1-3 innings. At that point Hank i 100000000-1 bAlley 0000

in the Gulf waters off this:. tallied for the losers. 1 than a hustler in the pool hallsof champions have hit four homers put the game beyond Cincin.I Aaron ignited a two run rally 27.E-Wynn.... Houston James.27.10. OP PO-A- Groat- St., Javier Louis Borkp Tatals 31 0000 0 'I Totals 34413k

Island .1 New York. and have scored 13 runs in nati's reach. He led off the inning with a double. and White. LOB St. Louis 3. Houston f.
Sharks Titans 8-0
city. from
won IB Kasko. James Flood.
In addition to the mackeral, and Generals beat Sharks 5-0 in The San Francisco slugger compiling their worst start since with a walk. Los Angeles, now in the cellar HR Javier. SB-Lewis. $ I >-Grounded) for Sis out* for In tth.Butters In 4lhWaked |

grouper in plentiful numbers Midget matches. Pat Gourgeois socked his sixth home run in six arriving in Los Angeles in 1958. The Dodgers who haven'twon has scored only two runs Gibson W M ......IP H R 3B-Bond.l I Pittsburgh ................ oooooooo-O
4 1 .............
games Sunday and drove in The Dodgers dropped their since Sandy Koufax beat St.j inthelast23innings.WeakHitting Nottebart U 0-1 ...7 7" !New York ... 101402 lOxiEBailey.
4 have been spotted in the dear. made seven goals for Sharks in .Bruce ...........2 1 0 0 0 i / PO-A Pittsburgh 24-11. New
in losing
three for total of 13 fifth Sunday
waters off Sea Horse Key and : the win ever Titans while Don- runs a straight game U-Jackowskl. Crawford. VirgO. For- York 2712. DP Kanehl Hunt and R.
the Giants' 136 romp over Cin 3-2 to Milwaukee in 12 in- man. T-2JI. A12j13.PHILADELPHIA Smith Schofield. Mazeroskl and Clenden-
good catches of both types ald Brooks had a pair for Gen- on; Moran Hunt and R. Smith; Baileyand
cinnati. His three hits increasedhis nings. Elsewhere in the leaguethe LA CHICAGO Ciendenon. LOB Pittsburgh New
have been
reported. erals. ..
allOw ibrhbl. York
batting to .391. New York Mets stopped
I average
Joey Williams and from Tarter 2b 5122 Stewart ft 4020
Citizens Bank beat Florida The skyrocketing start is the Pittsburgh 6-0 for their first victory Allen 3t 5233 Brock rf 4000 SB Hunt. element. Christopher. R.
\ Gainesville last Tuesday. Calllson rf 5020 Williams If 4020 Smtth SB-Christopher. S Jackson.IP .
National Bank 5-4 as Glenn Mitchell best for the 32 year-old center after four defeats, Phila Covlngton If 2000 Santo, 3b 4010

I rought and in 800 pounds Williams of and Kings his,. and Chip McChristian each fielder since he joined the delphia trounced Chicago 8-1 Off to Bad Start Slevers a
Saturday, I made two goals. Jimmy Flow- Giants in 1951, the year he also behind the hitting of rookie bAmaro lb 0000 Cowan cf 4020 utters .n.... 1131 0000
brother, Azzle, caught 55 ranging H'msteln cf 5 2 2 1 Bertell c 4020 Silk .2 4 2 2 0 0
: ers had a pair for the losers in started playing stickball with Richie Allen and St. Louis Dalrymplt c 5 1 1 0 Jackson p 0000 Bork ..'" .......1 0 0 0 0 2
in size,from 7 to 12 pounds.: Bob Wine ss 2100 cPopovlch 1010 JacksonWH002'
the Cadet encounter. In another -the kids in Harlem. whipped Houston 6-1 as
Local guide Allen Baughman Cadet match, Moose beat "I've had higher batting averages Gibson hurled a four-hitter. By CHARLES MAHER dSchaffer 1000 1000 I HOP By Slsk (Christopher U -
last week Slaughter 0 0 0 0 Smith Pelekoudls Gorman WHtiams. T-
reported seeing Citizens Bank 5-0 as Britt early in the season, but Rain knocked out the seco n d Associated Press Sports Writer eAm'fHano p 1000 2:41. A-30.1S5.
thousands of grouper off Sea TA Totals 3* 114 I Titus 34 1 11ISingled 1
all around like this I Kansas and I
Mims scored four goals. nothing game between City
for Covington In 5h; b-Ran
Horse. Guide Floyd Taylor' LOS ANGELES (AP) -You ran for Sieves In 7th -Singled V>r abrkbl abrkbl
brought in 300 pounds of almost have to back to the Jackson In 3rd Grounded Into double Rose 2b 52203.Alourf 5113
go play for Gregory bi Tth; e-Called out R.Iz3b S24OKuennIf 4100
Kings Saturday. deVarona ProvesShe's first Patterson-Liston fight to [ : on strikes for Slaughter In tth. Plnson cf 5120 Mays cf 4333

Trout (large ones) and blues Donna r Philadelphia ...............141 Ill toO-I Coleman Robinson lb 4OllMcCoveylb 4200
4000 Hart 5131
also charter I find a defending champion who Chkago ........- .......... too 100 000.1ET.lor. Skinner If 4021 Davenpt 3b 2b S 1 2 1
are running. got off to a less auspicious start Stewart. PO-A-Philadelphia I Edwards c 4000 Pagan ss 4221
boat Miss Cedar Key, with 40 PTI: J7-13; Chicago 27-13; DP WIne. Taylor Cardenas u 411 Crandall c 3110
than the Los Angeles Dodgers and Slavers 2; Rodgers Stewart and Nuxhall p 3000 Marietta p 1000
passengers aboard, brought in Best U.S. Mermaid have this season.In Banks Allen Taylor and Amaro. LOB- Werthton p 0 0 0 0 aPeterson 1000
of Philadelphia I; Chicago 11. Henry p 0000 Pierce pOOOObCepeda 0000
1,400 pounds day
grouper 2B Williams Cowan, Rodgers. Cater dKeough 0001
last week. fact, it's about time some. 2. 3B Santo. HR- Herrnsteln Banks Nichols p 0000 cODeil 0100
Allen 2. Shaw 1000
Dock fishing also is reported one suggested, a few weeks IP H R ERBBSO Tatals 31 4123 Totals 37111110Lined
Denen'tW,4.. 12 1 1 I out for Marichal In 5th. b-
PITTSBURGH (AP-If) thereare A member of the 1960 Olympic -McAlister Talmage of the Dick earlier than usual, that Dodger Jackson L, 1-1 ...3 6 5 S :3 1 2 5 Walked- for Pierce In 'th> c-Ran for

any doubts as to whether: team and America's greatest Smith Swim Gym of Phoenix, Manager Walter Alston will be Gregory Slaughter --------2........4 2' 0::1:1 0: 0 1 Cepeda th. In tth; d-Walked for Henry 1 In
good.Celtics 3 1
Donna deVarona is the queenof swimming hope in the up- Ariz., was doing all sorts of issued a job-hunting license if U Secory. Burkhart Sudol Pryor. Cincinnati .............. Ml IM 100- <
T-2:32. 1.7.296MILWAUKEE Sin Francisco ........... 001 2tt.llx-13
Eye America's female swimmers, coming Games, Miss deVarona! things and doing them extremely his club doesn't soon improveits

just check the results of the scored 26 points and also was a well in the air. position, which today hap- 1_ abrhbJ. LOS ANGELES abrkbl. PO-A E-Rose-Cincinnati 2. Pagan.24-a Skinner San Francisco Marietta 774 .

\ 1964 national AAU Women's member of both winning relay Top Diver pens to be 10th. : Alow cf 4110 Wills ss 4040 DP-Davenport and McCovey; Daven
Second Win Mathews 3b and Alou and
4 0 1 1 Gllllam 2b 4001 port. Pagan McCoveyj J.
Swimming and Diving Cham teams in this year's meet. She Mrs. Talmage won the plat Aaron rf 4110 W.Davis cf 5000 McCovey. LOB-Cincinnati 7, San Fran
i That means the Dodgers have : : Mays If 5110 T.Davls Cisco 5.
If 4010
will be 17 old in the form -the first time it : .
pionships.The years near diving fallen behind the New York :: Bailey c 3011 Howard rf 4010. .
b-Woodward 0000 Fairly lb 5000 2B-Davenport, Ruiz. Skinner. HR-Car
future. The of the has been held
In Playoff attractive star of Coach average age indoorsSundaynight Mets, which is almost as hardas WALT ALSTON Oliver lb 2000 Werhai 3b 4120 den... Mays. SB-Ro lnson.
I approximately 250 entrants was to go with her onemeterand Torre Ib-c 5011 Roseboro c 3120
George Haines powerful Santa finishing 11th in the Big Ten. S he's not worried Boiling 2b 3 0 0 dParker 0000 IP H R ERBBSONuxhalt
15%. three-meter titles. McMillan ss 1000 Camllll c 2000 L 0-1 ... 52-3 4 7 7 4 2
BOSTON CAPA) I e x Han11 Clara, Calif., Swim Cub won ...
aG' r'lson 1000 Drysdale p 2000 xWorthington 0 2 3 1 1 0
Other individual winners inSunday's "You mean nobody's written Menke 3010 Henry ......... 11-33 2 1 0 0
ss cWalls
San Francisco the and individual Asked why she entered the 1011
num Warrior 200-yard 400-yard Perkins
Gets .........
that be fired?" Spahn p 3000 PefnosM p 1000 Nichols 1 1 1 1 0 0
closing were yet I'm going to
I 11 coach, says his team will be medleys, the 200-yard 200-yard butterfly Sunday night program deLaHoz 1000 fMoon 1000 Marlchal ...... 5 9 5 2 0 3
of the Alston the Tlefenauer Pierce W. 1-0 .... 1 0 0 0 I 0
Cathy Ferguson Los inquired Sunday after p 1 0 0 0 Miller p 0000 I
much tougher tonight. The Celtics -butterfly and was runner-up by instead of the 200-backstroke, Totals 44 3 7 3 Totals 44 2 11 2'' Shaw ..... ..... 3 3 1 1 1 a
4 one-tenth of a second in the 100- an event in which she had set Angeles Athletic Club, 100-yard Dodgers extended their losing Rest After a-Safe on error for McMillan In 4thi
:I agree. backstroke and b-Ran for Bailey In 7th; c-Singled for x-Faced 3 men In tth.HBP .
Terri Sticklesof streak to five
by blowinga
But Bill yard butterfly.If the record last year, the cheer- games Drysdale In Tth; d-Ran for Roseboro In
'I Russell and his Boston Santa Clara, 250-yard free 3-2 decision to the Milwaukee Title 7th; e-Hit Into force play for Spahn In -By Shaw (RaMncn). VW Nux-
ful Californian said: .DefenseKINGSTON tth f Filed out for Perranosk In hall 2. U-Venzon. Harvey Weyer, Con-
mates remain l i I t ; 11th.
n Miss deVarona is the
I po queen style. Braves in a dozen innings. Milwaukee ............000 000 200 001-3 an. T-2:43. A30,196.Introduction .
favorite to make it two straightover then there are several princesses "I like to try new events. Be- The top five team scores were Los Angeles ........... .001000 100 000-2

1"" Wilt Chamberlain and as can be noted by the fact sides you can only enter four defending champion Santa "Sometimes," Alston said, Jamaica AP PO-A E-McMllian.-Milwaukee Gllllam 36-22.. Los Boiling Angeles Oliver.34-15.
in the bestofseven 11 hits and 11 DP-Boiling and Torre; McMillan, Boiling I
company that during the four-day meet excluding relays. "you get runs. Data April 23rd
Clara, 130%; City of Commerce, Eddie Perkins, world junior and Torre. LOB-Milwaukee 10 Los Angeles .
final series of the National Bas- last week American and championships Miss deVarona's competitorsmust Calif. 57 Dick Smith 46 Ri- This time we got 11 hits and 12. I BALLROOM
; ; welterweight 2B-Aaron. Maye. Mathews. SB-W. Da. I
ketball Association playoffs. I records were set in be very thankful for the vier Club of Indianapolis, Ind., two runs. Those things even out champ from Chicago vis. Wills. Gilliam.. SF-GUIiam. i, DANCINGFRAN'S

The Celtics beat San Francisco each of the 14 swimming events. four-event rule. and Los Angeles A.C., 32 each. over the season." can start enjoying this pahn ---------S IP 10 H R 2 ERBB 1 0 SO 0 DANCING INST.

108-96 Saturday night opening This was the first time American While Donna was churning Caribbean resort today now that .Tieffenauer W, 1-0 4 1 0 0 3 1 I
up Mrs. Talmage and Sharon The two runs to which Alston Drysdale, ... .. 7 3 2 2 1 5 AMERICAN LEGION HALL
their bid for a sixth straight marks were established in the water in the University of Finneran of Santa Clara scored he has successfully defendedhis \Perranoskl ..... 4 2 0 0 2 2 6-8981 Limited InrollmutMOIEY
referred happen to be the only Miller L. 0-2 1 2 1 1 1 1
world title and seventh in eight all of the events. Pittsburth pool, Mrs. Barbara 21 points each. two the Dodgers have scored in I crown.

years."We'n. I -- their last 26 innings. That's an Perkins had been busy pre-
be ready this time .
of about two-thirds of paring for his fight with
average Bunny
much tougher, Hannum sid. Four More Colts Get
"We were tired and not aggressive to a run per game. weight Grant, the champ.British His Empire unanimous light

in the opener. And remember The Dodgers were shut out the decision the
over Jamaican -
that was only the first; last five innings Friday night young

of a seven game series. Crack at and came within an out of suffering -in fine Saturday night was a study
Kentucky conditioning.The .
"It's been all Derbyof
our pattern sea
a no hit loss when they Just tell us how much [ j

: son. Whenever we played a bad were .beaten 3-0 by Cincinnati 27-year-old champ, suffered you need to pay old Cu"Yo II Monthl Casla You Monthly

I game we always came back Saturday night. a badly cut eye but still bills, for home improvements RSCiiVS Payments Recllvt l'.ymenU I

with a good one." By ORLO ROBERTSON the $89,250 Wood Memorialat the Stepping Stone Purse Saturday closed with a strong surge, ; car re$185.00 $11.00 $428.00 $25.00 1
"San Francisco has to be Associated Press Sports Writer and is Jim Maloney held the Dodgers pairs, for all your
I got Aqueduct scheduled to at Churchill Downs. sweeping the last four rounds. seasonal 269.00 16.00 537.00 31001
tougher in this second The May 2 running of the Ken- h e a d for Churchill hitless the first six innings Sat- expenses.
game. Downs at He held a wide Phone for 338.00 20.00 600.00
margin on the prompt, _ 34j
Northern Dancer, who with urday then had to retire be- _
: said Celtic Tommy Heinsohn. tucky Derby picked up at least Louisville by van Tuesday.Mr. cards of the two judges and courteous service. Payment include intemt *r-f principal.
"I feel the Warriors weren't on four starters from last Saturday's Brick defeated one-half Hill Rise has dominated the pre- cause of a pulled muscle in his referee Willie Pep the former

their game Saturday because. preps on the West and length by Quadrangle after a Derby calculations, will be the side. John Tsitouris took over featherweight LOANS UP TO $600
they weren't hitting from out- East Coasts. And don't sell stirring stretch duel, and little Big Horse in the Blue Grass. and didn't give up a hit until

{ side. I'm sure they'll be sharp- Calumet shorLQuadrangle Roman Brother, beaten another The Scoundrel, chief hope of I Frank Howard dribbled a cheap was Perkins' second defense I

er._ ; won the 1% miles. 1% lengths while taking third the West along with Hill Rise, ;single past the mound with two of the year and ran his I-j
-- -- -- is the best known of the Stepping out in the ninth. It
t. place, also will be given a Dodger was career record to 3191. Grant,

chance in the 90th running of Stone probables. He work the only hit the..: Dodgers got and hometown favorite with the

Women Open Bid the blue ribbon classic for 3- ed one mile in 1:33 over the Howard felt obliged to apologizefor 25,000 fans who watched the FINANCE SERVICE, INC

year-olds. They're l leaving New .Downs track last Saturday. it later. bout at the outdoor National of Gainesville

York by plane Wednesday. Stadium, lost his sixth start in 204 S. E. First Street . . . .FR 6-4661

Trainer L u cia n Laurin declared .Phils' 48 fights.
For 9-Hole TitleA Richie Allen ..... _
Traffic, fourth in the -- .p

Wood, out of the Derby today

and said he wasn't sending a ny

match today will trim the Brenda Thomas at 10:10 of his other; eligibles National
I Repeating. on SluggingBy
field down to eight players for Lou Bell faces Mercedes Moselyat

the annual club championshipevent 10:20 a.m. and Frances Head Derby-Bound
Wil Rad bowed to Real
starting tomorrow, for plays Florence Crosby at 10:30 Good
women in the 9-hole group at Deal by three quarters of a JOE MOOSHIL "He's a pleasant mixture of I RALPH TURLINGTON

4 the Golf and Country Club. a.m.The second round and con- length in the IVi miles of the Associated Press Sports Writer man and kid," continued

Frances Mason, medalist in solation matches will be on $59,900 California Derby at CHICAGO (AP) Heralded Maich. "There's enough man in

qualifying with a 106 for two Wednesday and the championship Golden Gate Fields. But his him to know what he's doing:

rounds, is to play Margaret round on Thursday. owners said he would be sent to youngsters seldom live up to and enough kid in him so that ..;:, ..oi -

Storm today. The winner will Winners ;.. last month' Bill Kentucky to clash with a field their great expectations in the he's wild-eyed about being in J JI '- -< ,,<'- ,; 20 April 1964
: that well may number 15. Real major leagues but Richie Allenof the T .
major leagues.
meet Betty Clardy at 10 a.m. Etheridge tourney were I I : '.

tomorrow in a second-round Bell, championship flight; Lu-, main Good at Deal home.Meantime, however, will re the Phildadelphia Phils is off i And how does Allen, the Wampum r Of. .
and running toward National
championship match. cile Stringfellow consolation; Pa., phnomenum react?
Other pairings tomorrow will and Margaret Storm, Beaten. the word went out League Rookie-of-the-Year hon .
to watch "I never tried to copy anyone's -
Calumet, seven times ors. Dear Ralph
send Joan Woodward against Eight. ,
older brother
style. My
of the Derby. Trai n e r
Jimmy Jones sent out Kentucky Allen, a 22-year-old third base- always told me to swing like

33,831,029 Sportsmen Jug in a six-furlong race at man whose 5-foot-ll frame I Dick Allen. All the publicity this So far this has been rather
I a quiet contest betweenyou
Laurel last packs 185 pounds with 44-inch spring didn't bother me. I just

I ished third but Saturday.observers He like fin- shoulders and a 28-inch waist- figured the sportswriters had and me for the honor of serving the people of Alachua

Purchase State LicensesWASHINGTON the way the son of Alibhai ran. I hammered two home runs anda to have something to write I County as their Representative in the State Legislature. It

The Calumet colt just missed single to lead the first-place about. When the season start- is my sincere belief that you have completely lost sightof
Phillies to an 8-1 victory over ed I just forgot all about it.
(AP) -A total departments provide license. after losing ground on the outside the. Chicago Cubs Sunday. the people. I am convinced that you are working on a
and "If I'd I'm
perhaps becauseof anything, nota
13,999,375 hunters bought state holder and sales information to I some say well planned design to create an empire for yourself.
over confidence the spring hitter but rather a late
licenses to pursue their favorite :the department as a basis for on partof Almost a unanimous choice inpreseason
sports during the year ended distributing federal aid funds jockey Eldon Nelson. He'll be polls to be the starter. It's great to get off to I
tough to beat in a good start. I'll just keep I
June 30, the Interior Depart- for fish and wildlife restoration Saturdy's 11-16 leapue's top rookie, Allen hasa Your actions clearly: show this, whereas your personal
miles and what !
of the $25,000 added swinging see hapfpens. -
.429 average with three
ment reported today. I projects. Some states require home charm and
Chesapeake at Laurel ." political shrewdness have done much to cam-
If he
runs, seven runs-batted-in and
The licenses cost the fishermen I the purchase of separate licenses I
runs as Jones hopes the famous 19 total bases. r ouflage facts.
and hunters nearly $126 stamps, permits or tags I
red and blue silks will be in
million. There was no way to for taking different kinds of Derby starting field. Calumet "He's something, he's really -' ,

tell how many individuals fish or game. has another Derby hopeful in something" said Manager Gene I Please consider this open letter as fair notice that
bought licenses in more than .
Ky. Pioneer. But the son of Mauch after the game. "He I intend to take your record to the people We
one stat every
FSL Clubs Nashau has been hardly strides at all in the
The number of licenses fish- I ment in his latest a disappoint batters' box. His hands are so will discuss your ERRORS OF COMMISSION AND OMISSION

ermen increased by 423,179 To races. fast it's There have
Open PlayBy Final Licks unbelievable. And he been many.

over those in 1962, with the cost Meantime, Derby-bound colts can hit them to any field."

of the licenses going up by TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS

$3,617,096 to a total of $57,780- The name's the same but almost already two chances in Kentucky to get in will their ha fin v e Mauch some tried great to compare hitters Allento andcouldn't Frankly, it costs a lot of money to engage in a political -

259.Licensed hunters reported by : everything else is new al preparatory licks this week. come up with an an race I have but limited funds to spend for news-

the states numbered 215,012 about the Florida State League First there is the 1% miles of swer. paper and radio space and that is why I have not run

more than in 1962 and license II which opens the 1964 baseball the stakes$25,000-added at Keeneland Blue Grass "He's all alone. He gets his any ads up until now.
costs increased $4,122,225 to a season today. hands into the ball like Ted W.t1I
then the ,
seven furlongs of
record high of $63,102,023. Hams did but that's as close as
I The has officers
The 50 state game and fish new team league managers new, new players -, Youth Wins I can come to his style. I. Beginning tomorrow, and every day thru May 4th I

I and new umpires. will bring many facts and glaring truths to the attention

Iii Bout George MacDonald of Lake- In Ski MeetPINE I YOU CAN FINISH of the people Facts concerning your record that will

SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) MOUNTAIN prove and expose design for control.
land is president and secretary- Ga., AP) HIGH SCHOOL your
-Former world
treasurer of the Class-A circuit Billy Spencer, a world champion -

weight champion Harold John- one of the oldest in the minors.It at the age of 13, paced a AT HOME

son of Philadelphia and title was organized in 1919 and U. S. Water ski team victory at in your spare Timt and Rectiy
reorganized Yours
II for Better Government
contender Hank Casey of San Pine Mountain.The Diploma. If you kavt left school -
in 1936. writ for fre booklet ttlla .
Francisco meet in 10-round yov
14 _
now year-old youth how! --n Richard. WilsonGainesville
fight tanight in Santa Monica The teams i
play 140 games from Sarasota, Fla., won the '
Civic Auditorium. each -*0 at home and 70 on the individual title in the United I : AMERICAN SCHOOL N.E. FLORIDA OFFICE Pko. ..

Johnson lost his title last June: road. The all star game is States vs. The World Tourna-I f.M 0.m BOX ywr 16661.fn High JACKSONVILLE Schogl BMkltt. 16, FLA. 725-3938 II

in Las Vegas when Willie Pas- scheduled 9 in the home .._ ... ..
July "
\ment Sunday as U. S. skiers defeated : Acklreas ..........".........."....".."................".*..... ...._.......*........
trano whacked out a 15rounddecision. park at the close of the first foreign challengers 22,. City. .- -... ........................._........... stet. .......... ......... :. ('4. Al,.)
half. 726 points to 19,632 points. -------------------------------- -----------------------.


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J Monday, April 20. 1964 Gainesville Sun 11

Buchliolz Tally Notice Is hereby given that the Boardof
k County Commissioners of Alachua
County, Florida hereby caNs for and
I Bishop Dateline TALLAHASSEE AP-) State I requests bids for the following services
to be purchased said
Insurance by Board for and
Buzzes Commissioner J. Ed- on behalf of Alachua County Florida:

GHS win Larson has reported that Moving: wood framed buildings as follows -

% BulletinBy nearly $19 billion worth of life 1) Building No. 1 on ProJect 24507-
P \ insurance was in force in Florida 2) Bunding NoS.2.Sandlon ProJect

I By at theend of 1963. 26713-2601;
3) .Building Nos. 5, 6, 7, I, ,. and 19
MARY ANN RIDGELL By For comparison, Larson said, on Project 2651 -2601.
GARY MARTIN L MARY WATSON The exact locations of the above buildIngs -
and BARTON DOUGLAS only about $18 billion worth was and the moving requirements can
I ..j in in be obtained Iron the County Engineer.
q- --/-V''Y --= -- 1940.

Som of our eighth grade students -"oyster shuckers." On April 11th 'the Future This figures 70 net words per Amid'st the tumult of term, Cooper has been the group's Larson made the comments in envelope Bids shall within be In an duplicate envelope In a and sealed the

.I under the excellent di- The icason for teachers goingto Farmers of America at Buch- minute when you deduct 5 for paper deadlines, G.H.S. students State President this past year Marking Florida Life Insurance :envelope ing Buildings"clearly. marked "Bid on Mov-

rection of Mrs. Jones the teachers have again brought new and and is to be congratulated for Week set for All bids must be in writing and delivered
presented lounges every holz] held a 1964 FFA Sweet- for each. Congratulations.When April 20-26. by hand or mail to the Board of

two performances of the time they get a chance, is that heart contest. Nine girls were deducted exciting honors to our school.At his fine directorship.This INVITATION TO BIO 'County Commissioners of Alachua
five for ,
County Florida,
we at the
the Florida State
play, "Sticks and Stones," to the Home EC girls have beau- picked for the final contestants. Science column wants to pay of Notice County b hereby given that the Board Gainesville, Florida. on or before 2:30
each error the following were Fair and Talent Search held Commissioners of Alachua P.M., May 5, 1964.
the student body. People in both tified the lounges. We are sure Barbara Kidwell was picked as special note to the 1964-65 Student -County, Florida, hereby calls for and The Board of County Commissioners reserves
on top: Nancy Stapleton with 2 3 and 4 of requests bids for the
casts were: Linda Moore, Susan -that all of the teachers appreciate -the Sweetheart of Buchholz.] She i April seven Body officers recently elected ment to be purchased by following said Board equip.for 'bids and the to right to relect any and all
71; Mary PaImour, 70; Debbie "our best" were winners: Richard and behalf waive Informalities.
on of
Alachua .
; Hazen, Billy Lineaweaver this. showed her talent by doing a : Steve Myking, president, rlda: County. Flo'I G. M. Davis. Chairman -
Taylor, 68; and Linda Lambert, Smith, David Westfall, Mike I Board of County Commissioners' -
John Willis Two (2)
Curt Greet Mary Tunstall vice-president, only latest model diesel
This week, we would like to dance to a record. Barbara was powered low Alachua County Florida
May, Marilyn Abrano, Tony Comerford profile utility tractors with 3249: 4-20.4-27 ._
Peggy Eaton, Jamie Denmark, tell you about our photographyclub. presented with a crown and one 61.The Sparky secretary. the.following. minimum equipment:
Terry Ann Johnson Mike Row- only person typing with- Bazan, Wally Rhines and Dale These students were excellent u Diesel engine developing a minImum NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
This club is rather dozen red furnished of 39 drawbar REGISTER
a new roses, by Eradham. the.Fair HP as determined FICTITIOUS NAME
out error on her best onemiir'tewriting Attending choices for their officers and by the -
land Nebraska Tractor Pursuant .
James Smith, Bruce Tin- Tests. Engine to Section 845 W. Florida
one around school. It the FFA The President
was Chapter. was Wanda Porter with as advisors were Mrs. Ruth cheer to have a minimum displace Statutes. notice is hereby given that the
ney, Ginger Williams Theresa they are given a rousing ment of 144 cubic inches. Shall undersigned
started earlier this year by Harold Burch and the Newsre- have Douglas E. Fackender.
Rafferty and 50 gross wordS.Soviet I Taylor, Mrs. Louise Ash and for the work which lies ahead replaceable cylinder liners. Shall be doing business under the firm name of
Tommy Dulaney Mr. Anderson, the biology porter, David Hunter gave I Mr. Charles Dickman. 'I equipped with a prescreener pre-I Doug's Dairy Twist Drivel 2117 NW
of them next cleaner; fuel filters
Linda Jones. year. oil filters and 6th St. Gainesville. Florida. Alachua -
teacher. The members are instructed them to her. Records for the Throughout this week money rain cap on exhaust stacks. County. Florida, Intends to register said
The typewriting classes have how to Sub Report cards are in the off- 2) Minimum of five (5) forward speeds fictitious name under the provisions of
on develop
dance the
were played by members will again be collected for the and one (U reverse speed transmis the aforesaid Statute.

just completed a six-page manuscript print, and enlarge photographsin of the chapter.Two G.H.S. Scholarship Drive. One ing. 3)sion.Disc brakes, Dated at Gainesville, Florida this
Threat Serious power steering and 4th day of April A D. 1964.
complete with foot our completely equipped of the better money-raising IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE deluxe adjustable foam rubber seat Douglas E. Fackender
notes, table of contents, and dark room. Next year, the mem- track meets have already schemes climaxing the week FOR EIGHTH ALACHUA JUDICIAL COUNTY FLORIDA 4)with Adlustable back/ rest.heavy duty swept back (3223) 4:6.13.20 27

bibliography. Mrs. Tomlinson bers will be divided into the been held and Buchholz won CANBERRA, Australia (AP) will be Dance to be front axle. CALL FOR BIDS
a LAW NO. Notice
5) Twelve (12) volt direct electric is hereby given that the Board
felt that all of the students developers and the photogra both. The third track meet was The Soviet submarine threat in held in the gymnasium following starting system with heavy duty bat- of County Commissioners. Alachua

held Thursday April 16th at the the Pacific is "real and quite STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF tery and low cvt-n generator. County Florida, hereby calls for and -
learned a lot and should be phers. All students who join the Keyette-Alpha basket- FLORIDA an Agency of the State of 6) Two double red blinker warning requests bids for the following equip.

very proud of the finished must be interested because only -! University of Florida Track serious," the U.s. PacificFleet's ball Remem Florida lights mounted on rear fenders. ment to be purchased by the Board
, game on Petitioner 7) Hour meter, ampere meter. heat for and on behalf of Alachua County
product a limited number are per-! Field. The Buchholz track team anti-submarine warfare ber, a Twirp Dance is one to V. NOTICE OF RULE NISI gage RPM gage, fuel gage oil pressure Florida:
LOUISE BOLAND et al.. gage and horn. 1 new taco 84( Fog Generator wWi
We are very glad to see all mitted. The only restriction is consists of David Wilson, David commander said today. which the girls are requestedto Defendants. _ __ u_ as _lndencndent uu--__.__. -CJA-. n.DDAJ n. .MM..._**..* 41-.wn.. Wisconsin Model Aendig Engine factory -
of the lillies Fender Phil Tom I Vice Adm. John T. Hayward[ NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN Off. equipped for LP. gasoline opera
day sweet peas that the student have at least a] Hawley, ask the boys! PROCEEDING: ') Fuel tank shall be ef adequate tion 12 volt battery, starter generator -

roses, and nasturtiums that "f!" avprapp in all nf his work- Soxman. Herby Bohannon, Tom warned that the Soviets "in the Jimmy Aronld, David Brown, capacity to operate machine for full assembly and extra spark mag
NAME AND BY THE nine hours without neto. Instrument controls
IN THE refueling. suitable
r beautify our schooL Mrs. Richardson Any eighth graders: that are interested my Davis, Rusty Dampier, A. not distant future" would be George Cooper, Ronny ,Gause, AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF 10) Heavy duty power train. for inside vehicle cab InstaHation.
regularly deploying submarines FLORIDA 11) 10-26 In. (R3). 6 ply nylon Industrial Provide with all size metering discs
keeps the school should Mr. Anderson J. Land Larue Allen Bill Luckhurstand
looking see Lackey
Tommy Henley
i TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. rear tires on DW 16-26 rims; and other standard parts and equipment
F like a florist shop and we thank soon. The ninth graders will Spear, Nester Monsolo. Henry particularly missile launchers, Randy Thomas were school and to all persons and parties claimingor 7JO 16 In. (11) 6 ply nylon front Machine to be shipped as com
tires. plete unit plus reamer to clean
right title Interest estate nozzle
r1 her very much. be leaving: and we need some- Mager, Ronnie Norris, and Bill off Australia's coast as well as representatives to the Annual mortgage any or other lien to or on 12) Three (3) point hitch catagory one and any other special tools nec-
America's.IN that certain parcel of land hereinafter i with depth control and live hydraulic essary to maintain machine In proper
We told that to the torch. State Trade Educational Club
I were Mary one 'carry Wilson. described, and the following persons system and swinging drawbar for operating condition or equal unit

I Haemmerlie and Dana Wiggles- HIGHLIGHTS: We have heard THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA meet held in St. Petersburdthis together with all unknown persons three point h'tch. with controls parts equipment and
Our typing 'champ" so far EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND claiming by. through or under known 13) All other standard equipment as tools. One fogging unit with an out-
p worth were selected as junior reports that a misguided whirlwind FOR ALACHUA COUNTY IN CHANCERY past week. Our own George I persons who are dead, or who arc not listed In manufacturer's current brochure put of approximately 40 gallons an
is Emery Swearingen, eighth known to be dead or alive: but not listed above. hour will be used as a trade-In on
varsity cheerleaders at GuS for found its way to Bishop. State of Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME 14) One tractor shall be equipped witha the new machine as is.
grade, with 106 correct words PlaintiffVS STATUTE Model GL.55 heavy duty Anderson All bids F.O.B., Gainesville Florida.
next The old old C M. Boland
year. saying, "something Notice Is hereby given that the under- 3218 Southview Avenue hydraulic cycle mower with a five- Delivery to be made within th-trtv.
The faculty enjoyed an oyster something new, something borrowed per minutes, (only nine errors), One 1944 Ford 2 door sedan. Serial signed desiring to engage In business under -Montgomery, Alabama foot cutter bar as manufactured by days of acceptance of bid.
on a one-minute timed writing. No. L2501; One 1947 Ford, Vt ton stake the fictitious name of EL REY on SRD No. 310 the A. C. Anderson Corporation. The All bids must be In writing and delivered
I dinner last week at Cresent something blue, is Body truck ID No. 1451412; One 1948 U.S. Highway 441 south of the City of hydraulic pump for the mower shall by hand or mail to the Boardof
DeSoto Sedan Four-Door Serial No. Gainesville Alachua County Florida Intends be front mounted. No substitution will County Commissioners at the Court-
I Beach. It's hard for us to get followed by Glen Brasington Louise Boland
be house at
5943963 License No. 11-10309 One 1952 to register the said name with the 3218 Southview Avenue accepted for the Anderson mower. Gainesville Alachua County
much out of the achers about who has "something blue." Hal Ford % Ton Pick-Up Truck Serial No. ,Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alachua Montgomery Alebama 15) Equipment to be painted monotonewith 2:30 Florida P.M.on. or before May S, 1964 at
Dupont Enamel No. 93-457S. such bids being sealed.
P Ford County Florida.
F3-RIAT 24684 One 1952
their trips, but we did find Pearman asked us to put in his TodayIn Serial No. BAR; T6520; One 1952 Chevrolet Sedan- s-RAUL L REYES SRD No. 310 There shall be an International Model The Right Is reserved to relect any

i out that Mr. Love driving but don't have room 6 cylinder- Town Sedan Motor No. Sole Owner F. B. Denton 300 tractor. S-N 25470 to be traded In and all BOARD bids.
name we OF COUNTY
, KAA 370285, Serial No. 8KJE4338; One 13246) 4:13, 20 27; 5:4 ,3303 Montview Drive on the above equipmentBidder COMMISSIONERS
instructor, was the king of the this week. 1953 Pontiac "Chieftan" 4-door sedan. i NOTICE Chattanooga, Tennessee and shall state warranty period ALACHUA COUNTYG.
, Serial No. ASXH16560; One 1953 Pontiac I OF INTENTION TO I SRD No. 310 warranty coverage. ,
HistoryBy Bidder M. DAVIS. JR. CHAIRMAN
Sedan, Serial No. FSXH1UU; One REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME certify his bid equals or
1953 Chevrolet Sedan, Serial No. B53A- I Pursuant to Section 845.Of, Florida Shellie McKinney exceeds the above minimum specifications (3270) 4 20. 4 26
044123, 1961 License No. 112876; One Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Tax Collector and shall attach manufactuer's
--- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1955 Ford Pick-up Truck Motor No. undersigned, Wilson McKinney doing Alachua County Courthouse current specifications supporting bid.
business under the firm of Bidder shall list the price of each
10 No. F10V5A10967, One 1956 Ford 4- name
Today is Monday, April 20, door sedan ID No. M6BT117613; One, Neon and Signs Inc., 418 S. Main i Gainesville FloridaAs In machine bid and the price allowed for
St., Gainesville, to any interest the the trade-in. The delivery date shall be I I I-
YongeChatter 1957 Chevrolet PIckUp Truck Serfal Fla., Gainesville, Ala.chua
the lllth day of 1964. There are No. 3E57A123795, K ton 1960 LicenseNO. County, Florida, Intends to register I parcel section included 26260-2401 herein ALACHUA stated In the bid as It will be considered

255 days left in the year.Today's HG-K-454 said fictitious name under the provisions COUNTY STATE ROAD JJ In Bidder the award.
Defendant of the aforesaid Statute. shall guarantee that all parts
Dated at DESCRIPTIONSSRD and services will be available within r. ,
highlight in FORFEITURE Florida this
history: Docket 26, Page 10 3 day of Apr., A D., 1964. No. 310 DRAINAGE EASEMENTThat the State of Florida, and any freight
On this date in 1903, Andrew Docket 25. Page 339 Mrs. Donna McKInneyfor part of: ,bills for parts shipped from outside the
I State of Florida will not be paid by .
Docket 25
Carnegie gave $1.5 million for Docket 25, Page Page 337 Wilson A parcel of land In Section 35 Township the Alachua County Road Department _i C-
the of Docket 25. Page 334 (3222) 4:6. 13. 20. 27 McKlnney 11 South Range 20 East. described Bids shall be In duplicate sealed Inart .
building a
Temple It. J
By Docket 25, Page 337 as follows Begin at a point 1706.76feet envelope within an envelope and
Peace at The Hague.On Docket 25 Page 339 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA North of the Southwest corner of I the exterior envelope clearly marked I.
SUSAN LANE ani Docket 25. Page 334 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND said Section 35 and run East 2112 feet; "Bid on Tractors". e
this date Docket 25, Page 334 FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN CHAN. thence North 2055.24 feet to a stake In a All bids shall be In writing and delivered -
JAYNE EVERETT CERY thence West 2112 feet to hand mall
Docket 25, Page 336 grass pond; a by or to the Boardof
I In 1775 the British Docket 25, Page 336 INJOHNSON SECURITY CO.. stake on the West boundary of said Section County Commissioners at the Alach-
openedthe Docket 25, Page 338 INC. 35; thence South on said Section ua County Courthouse In Gainesville. _
It's election! time again! This The Blue Wave track team siege of Boston.In Docket 25, Page 338 NOTICE OF SUIT line 2055.24 feet to the point of beginning Florida, on or before 2:30 PM. Tuesday i r
year there have been very short tied with Santa Fe for first 1897 the first submarine The above described property Has FLORIDA -- lying within 25 feet of a ditch survey I The Board of County Commissioners -
TO H. F. Walls, whose ata .reserves the right to reject and all
for Student offices been seized and duly forfeited to and place of resl- line described as follows: Commence any
campaigns Body place in the Keystone Confer- equipped with an internal com for the use and benefit of Alachua County Idence Is unknown if living, and point on the East boundary of Section bids and to waive Informalities. .
but the Student Council Florida, under and by virtue of If dead the unknown heirs, devisees 34, Township 11 South. Range 20 East G. M. DAVIS, CHAIRMAN .1
ence Meet last Wednesday. bustion engine was patented by Chapter 562 Florida Statues as amended grantees, or other claim located 1064.22 feet North of the South- BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- -
has expressed the hope that Simon Lake.In and Is now In the possession of the ants under the said H. F. Walls. east comer of said Section 34 said point SIONERS
will vote fora Tommy Stalnaker broke the Board of County Commissioners of this All persons claiming as creditors being located on a curve, concave to the ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA
Yongesters now County. Said property Is stored at the of Johnson Security Co., Inc. Northeasterly with a radius of 11.459.14 3272 4-20. 4-27
candidate on his own merit, conference record for the 180 1889, Adolf Hitler was Alachua County Jail located at 913 S.E. C.YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that feet; thence from a tangent bearing of ------
born. Alachua R. CARNATION as surviving North 34 deg. 32' 39" West run North-
Gainesville County
5th Street
not simply because he: has a low hurdles, and the P. K. Florida, and will be sold to the highestand spouse and sole heir at law of Lida W. westerly 502.69 feet along said curve Tues. & Wed,, April 21 & 22DON'T
At the time of In 1914, the fight between best bidder on the 4th day of May, Johnson Carnation, has filed his Petition through a central angle of 02 deg. 30 auto
good campaign. in the Circuit
mile relay team (Tommy Stal 1964 between the hours of 11 00 a.m. Court of Alachua the point of beginning of said survey
this writing, the following students striking miners and the state and 2:00 p.m. Said Sale will be held County, Florida seeking the appoint- line; thence North 57 deg 58' 13" East r7 MISS IT .
naker Bobby Heins Harold ment of a Trustee for the purpose of ,"' 13"
militia known at the Alachua County Jail.J. 156 feet; thence North 49 deg.
nad signed up to run for as the "Ludlow M. Carmichael conveying to him as surviving spouse East 94 feet; thence North 32 deg 01' -
Trujillo, and Charles Ray) also Massacre"-started near Lud Clerk Circuit Court and sole heir at law of Llda W. Johnson 13" East 150 feet; thence North 02 deg. 11
office President Bobby Hines Carnation, ,
: fee simple title
By E. Waterhouse 13" East 338 feet; thence North 57 deg. I
Danny Dennison and Barry broke a conference record. low, Colo. Deputy Clerk to Florida certain lands In Alachua County- 35' 33" East 162 feet to the end of said
particularly described
(Court seals ditch survey line.
Baumstein. Vice President, Three school records were broken In 1945, the United States 7th 3273: 4.20. 27.NOTICE. follows:
Begin 165
feet N of the SW
Steve Tuttle, Covey Johnston, by Covey Johnston in the Army captured the Nazi shrine TO CONTRACTORS Corner of Block 1, Lot 15, of Brown's OWNED Containing BY 0.15 C.acre M., more Boland or less.and Wife,

Todd Landsman and Lee Cho- pole vault, Tom Newberry in center of Neuremberg, Germ- OFFICE DEPARTMENT OF THE STATE ROAD Addition run N 82 to!* Gainesville feet for a, point Florida of, begin-then Louise Boland; F. B. Denton

tas. the shot put and Tommy Stal- Tallahassee Florida ning. Then run E 132 feet to a stake; TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration of
April 7, 1964 then run N 32V4 feet to a stake, then I
any.Ten has been filed In the above.styled
naker in the 180 low hurdle. W Taking
PROGRAMSCONSTRUCTION run 132 feet to a stake; then run S,
Petitioner. the
Secretary hopefuls are Candy years ago ... A majority AND MAINTENANCE 82V4 feet fo a stake; at the point of cause by
authority of these proceedings -
The will dual acquiring
next meet be
Preston. a of the municipalities in New Sealed bids will be received at the State beginning. The same being a lot of of the taking of the above- .-
Chotas and meet with Santa Fe this Thursday Road Department Offices, Room 228 Holland land 82V* feet by 132 feet. lying and described land for the purpose set forthin -
Johnny Wershow and Ben Cam- Jersey legalized bingo and raffles BUilding. Tallahassee Florida, from bordering on the E side of North the Petition In this cause viz.- As k11.
on the P.K. track. Qualified Contractors until 10:30 A. M., Ninth Street, in City of Gainesville. -
in right of way for a portion of State Road F
for treasurer and option elections. the 28th of April Florida. i'IJ-
pen are up IE.S-T.) en Tuesday day ,93 in Alachua County Florida, and that : .
Ce- from 1964. for the following work: andCommence the Honorable John A. H. Murphree,
and Four
Bobby Copperthwaite representatives Five A revolutionary -NOTE- 396 feet I 31
years ago ... W of the SE cor. one of the Judges of the Circuit CourtIn /
celia Nordon seek the post of P.K. Yonge journeyed to Tampa plot against the Panama Notice of additional work for this same tion ner of lot number 15 Brown's Add the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida, 1
to Gainesville,
be Issued later. Florida,
letting date may then run
Chancellor. All earlier this month to attend will be Issued later N 165 feet for the will, on the 17th day of April A.D. 1964,
Honor Court government was exposedwith Proposal Forms not point of beginning. at 11:30 o'clock A.M In the Alachua
than one hour prior to the time for opening Then run W 132 feet; N 165 feet E LOVe Jj:
registered students will cast the FASC (Florida Association the arrest of British Ballerina bids. 132 feet; S 165 feet to place of beginning County, consider Courthouse said at Declaration Gainesville of, Tak-Florida

their votes tomorrow.P. of Student Councils) conventionat Dame Margot Fonteynand PRIMARY ALACHUA FUNDS COUNTY) STATE(SECONDARY PROJECT& ing, appoint appraisers and make such
Chamberlin High School. Bill her husband Dr. Roberto JOB NO. 26500-U01 SR S.235, from SR andAlso, The S of Block (or Let Number Order as the Court deems proper. All.
to the suit and all parties Interested
has done parties
K. 15 of
Yonge Brown's
very 26 east of Newberry northeast to Ala- Addition to Gainesville
well this season in spring Feaster, Bea Nettles, Sharon Arias, accused as the ringleader -' chua. Work consists of shoulder grading; ._the Alachua following County described, Florida parcelviz except time and may place_appear designated.YOU and_ be. heard .at the 7IJqf IAUY !
Type II Asph. Cone leveling with TypeI
Preston Hines ,
Bobby repre- of the ana eacn or you. are nereuy
sports. At the time of this writing Asph. Cone. Surfacing; and Incidental : commence at the SE corner of
Block 15, and run W 66 feet to a pointof commanded to appear by filing an Answer
sented the P. K. Yonge student .
Items. 11.503 miles.A
to the Petition heretofore filed in 4t ,
our baseball record stoodat One year ago ... The premierof Proposal Guaranty of not less than beginning then run W 66 feet; --- _

10 wins, no losses. Under the I council with Mrs. H. A. Diggs, Jordan (Samir el-Rifai) re- five percent (5 pet) of the total certified Actual I then feet; run then N run 82tt S 82 feet%*;feet then to run the E pointof 66 this before cause the 12th In the day entitled of May Court A.D. 1964.on or to
Bid In the form of either
student council show what title Interest liens
They or
sponsor. beginning which was heretofore
able direction fo Coach Wilbur signed after demonstrators demanded -check cashier's check. trust company
conveyed by quit claim deed to you. or any of you have In and to the .. '
Hoskins and assistant coach led a discussion group (complete that Jordan join the treasurer's check. bank draft of any national James Foreman.the above-described land and show cause .. :1
with "hoot-- or state bank,or a Surety Bid Bond legal to said lands being In JOHN- why the same should not be taken for -
Garth Yarnell, and with the an impromptu union of Egypt, Iraq and Syria. made payable to the Governor of the Stateof SON SECURITY CO., INC, a dissolved the uses and purposes set forth In the
enany") on the topic: "How Florida must accompany each bid. A I,corporation. Petition filed herein.
fine pitching by Robert Stearns, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER check or draft In an amount less than This proceeding ts brought In the WITNESS my Hand and the Seal of I
Rob Hansen and Mac Johnson Can the Student Council En- FICTITIOUS NAME I five percent (5 pet of the actual bid will Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Circuit said Court on this 2nd day of Aprl, A.D.
Participation Throughout Pursuant to Section M5.W. Florida Sta Invalidate the bid. Should the Proposal in and for Alachua County Florida, In 1964
the team has defeated such courage tutes. notice is hereby given that the Guaranty exceed ten percent (10 pet) of Chancery, and is entitled IN RE: J. B.Carmichael 7f4
the Student Body?" undersigned M. L Jones and K. M.I,the Department's estimate It will be reduced JOHNSON SECURITY CO., INC. You CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
formidable opponents as Inverness Brown doing business under the firm automatically to ten percent (10 are required to file your written defenseor IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY.
Santa Fe and G.H.S. P.K. name of J & L Striping Co.. Box 12015. pet) of the Department's estimate. CertI- answer to said Petition filed hereinon FLORIDABY f
This Friday P.K. Yonge will University Station Gainesville A I achua fied checks shall have State of Florida's or before the 20th day of May, 1964,: : Emily Waterhouse %
will the Sub Group tournament County. Florida. Intends to register said Documentary Stamps attached. Bid Bonds and to serve a copy of such answer or DEPUTY CLERK /4 .
sponsor not be in session so that mostof fictitious name under the provisions of shall conform to SRD Form lUG (Rev. defense upon Gray Chandler, O'Neal,' (Court Seal) fw9 ,
at Harris Field next the teachers will be ableto the aforesaid Statute. November63 furnished with the Propo. Carlisle & Avera P. O. Box 44, Gainesville 1 t 5.
and Dated at Gainesville. Florida, this day sal Form. Florida. Petitioner's Attorneys BRUCE J. DANIELS
I Thursday Friday, April attend the Florida Education of April. A. D.. 1964. All work Is to be done In accordancewith herein on or before said date as Holland Building
24th and 25th. The public is M. L JONES the Plans, Specifications and Special required by the laws of Florida. If you Tallahassee Florida
Association meeting in Jack- (3245) 4:13. 20 27; 5:4 Provisions of the State Road Department. fail to do so a Decree Pro Coifesso
cordially invited to attend these Student already Plans and-or Proposal Forms may be will be entered against you for the relief (3217) 4:6, IX 20. 27
sonville. groups are IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY purchased by Qualified Contractors upon demanded in the Petition. This notice -
games. making plans for that JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORI. application to this office for 51.50 per shall be published. once a week for
DA. IN PROBATE.In set. Extra sets of Plans for Prospective four cansKUtlv". MMT-- In the G..I in- I ... ..
1/ day; the Keyettes are going to I re Estate ofFRANCES bidders and plans for non-bidders, may ville Daily Sun, a Ws,; piipubiish d ..,.. ei'a .'.
: MELISSA PICKETT be purchased for $20.60 per set. Orders In Gainesville, Alachua County. Florida "
have a house party at Flagler' GREEN also known as MRS C. for theM documents should be directedto and having a general circulation In C.k-6....., .....
PROPANE Beach. They will in O GREEN and also known as the Engineer of Contracts,with checks Alachua County Florida. ,
go par-
up FRANCES MELISSA GREEN payable to the State Road Department of Witness my hand as cleric of the said K rrid ChtA:., ,t. ,
ent-driyen cars and stay overnight Deceased Florida. (These charges Include State Circuit Court of Alachua County Florida -
NOTICE TO CREDITORS and the seal of the said Court at a
Sales and Use Tax. No refund will be
at the homes of Leslie Eg- FLORIDA STATUTESTo made.) Gainesville, Alachua County Florida '., ...,.._ "_ .

LPws gert and Candy Chotas. About Claims All or Creditors Demands and Against Persons Said Having Estate or The all bids.STATE right. Is reserved to reject any on this J.17 Carmichael of April, A.D.Clerk 1964. -':. ..:". ( Ys0r

fifty P.K. Seniors will make a : ROAD DEPARTMENT OF BY: Cherriee Hales a cc
214 NW
You Deputy Clerk 13th FR 6-6472
HOTTER THAN and each of you are hereby notified FLORIDA
trip to the Martin Marietta and required to present any claims JOHN R. PHILLIPS Chairman (Court Seal) AIM hi Ocala .'

NATURAL GAS plant (it produces rockets) in and demands which you. or either of< JAY W. BROWN. State Highway
I YOU. may have agabut the estate of Engineer
Cook & Heat Water Orlando, in conjunction with Frances Melissa Pickett Green also (32"4:13.20
known as Mrs. C. O, Green and also
Low Cost, I the current study of economics. known as Frances Melissa Green de

Mr. Huber, Mrs. Snow, and Mr.! ty ceased.Judge Ute of of Alachua Mid County the Florida Coun NOW OPEN Trusted for generationsHFC's

FR 6-5110 I Turner, jS. K. Core teachers, at his office In the court house of said I
I County at Gainesville. Florida within 10 a.m.-l p.m.
will accompany the group. six calendar months from the time of
the first publication of this notice. Each ALL YOUR FAVORITE
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Dwight Henry A.SullivanAs Green "P _! ;' Household Finance has been keep. 8X1O your baby 98"

executors of the Last Will and PAUL'SPackage ing pace with changing money

Testament Pickett Green of also Frances known Mel as lisa Mrs. -. I needs since 1878. And today HFC .'O foronly

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I I i I II GAI.RE NAYS Y I'VE BEEN \ r rotr lHlN(IT HE.P'"d! ) 1'00.. I'M NEuJ AT IT .I


What's your problem? For a gen

?I '. ; He's in a SpotAbigail eral reply, write to Abby, Box 3365 t

I : Beverly Hills. Calif.. 90212 and

i include a self-addressed stamped en- ailI 4La1 1\\\\' 4If

I ry' velope. Abby answers all mail.DEAR .

I Van Bur en c. N-b -

I: ABBY: I am a college freshman. While I was home the same chore, one was to do them all by himself one night, jW ITHE MOST IATERtT 4r r i '4

i for Easter vacation, my mother asked me to take out the and the other was to do them all by herself the next night *LIFELIKEGODDESS OF ARRIVES INN Y 2J v 6ROMhN!!

17-year-old daughter of some friends who had just moved until they learned to work in harmony. It worked. LOVE IOU .,_ i CAREFU L.! TH FEF15AS IS ONE

__. to our town. She told me the girl had a great personality MRS. E.M.D. IN CLOVIS s EVER CREATE.!. TSONE/MADE. s 1RAGILI=AS
-- and was real sharp. Not having any special girl, I thought, /: r FRAGILE STEVE
:: "Why not?" Well, I took this girl out and I practically DEAR ABBY: When our children used to quarrel while ? C ORCHIDSUNK // REEVES..
had to beat her off. She didn't want to go anywhere. doing dishes together, we allowed the one who did NOT start r 4 s Q i a
All she wanted to do was park. She told me a couple of the quarrel to walk out, leaving the one who started the = Ir .h

jokes that were dirtier than those I would tell a fellow. She quarrel to finish the job alone.
was so fast I honestly couldn't control her. I never took her FATHER OF FOUR <

4 out again. My mother asked me what was wrong with her DEAR FATHER: How did you ever manage that? The ,
j and I said, "Nothing. I have studying to do." I know whenI granddaddy of all quarrels usually results when one triesto jIIIIIIII f '
get home this summer I'll have this girl shoved at me determine WHO started the quarrel in the first place. .... EIGH Is r.

again. I can't tell my parents what kind of girl she is. *

What excuse can I use? Her folks and mine are a constant DEAR ABBY: My problem is the obvious favoritism shown
-: foursome. for our first-born by his paternal grandmother. We lived with UH-- ?HANKY FER THAT SNEAKY DON'T A5T ME.

FUTURE FARMER AT DAVIS my in-laws when he was born, and my husband's mother I SNUFFY SHORESHORE, TH'NICKEL LINK LEETLE 1 1DJIT QUESTIONS
DEAR FARMER: Tell you parents that as a future farmer went completely overboard about the child. When our second I..... CAN VE SPARE ME 'UGHIDy f VARMINT!! \ WHEN I'M
: you plan to do a lot of digging. But you just don't dig that baby came along, Grandma was so partial to the first that we A NICKEL? ? 112e HALF ASLEEP!!

girl had to be constantly on our guard, so the little one would not -
be hurt. It's not my imagination, Abby, everybody notices it, l tIT \

I DEAR ABBY: My mother doesn't think my big brother and many have commented. She'll go all out for gifts for the
I j and his girl should get married in church just because they big one, and gives the little one some cheap little trinket. I 100c
jumped the gun a little bit and she is going to have a baby. am mostly interested in having both children love their Grandma. -
I I can't see anything wrong with their getting married in a Should I mention it to her? If so, how should I phrase it? .\ F

church as long as she doesn't wear white. What do you NAMELESS, NATURALLY
I 1 think? Thank you. DEAR NAMELESS: Ask your husband to tell his mother :J lIr
"FOURTEEN" what she is doing, perhaps unwittingly. YOU keep out of 1

DEAR FOURTEEN: I can't think of a better place for themto it. Eventually the children will make their own evaluation, on ) I
be married. their own terms and in their own way. --- ---
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DEAR ABBY: Please tell the mother whose children fight DEAR ABBY: I was interested in the mother's comment SHOWED MOON IT AS i .WOULD TO ANY MAID WAS SMART STILL GETTING OUT OF
over doing the dishes until she finally chases them out of about her son naming his three boys TOM, DICK and MAID HOW TO FLY THE CHILD YOU Y/OULD HAVE YOU SHOWED HER NOW i \ CONTROL.
the kitchen and does them herself that I have solved that HARRY, I think all three names are sensible. What would SPACED COUPE? DONE THE SAME. WITH TO FLY MY AWAY-BOY. lit\ ISN'T LIKE\ou. .
problem. I had a son and daughter who were given the she think of a trio of little girls in Independence, Mo., who
._ chore of doing the supper dishes. They would alternate wash- were named WELCOME, JOY and PLENTY? (Their father e soaavr.

ing and drying. Oh, they squabbled too, so I politely told named the last one.) /. na
them that since they couldn't get along with each other on LOVING GRANDMOTHER I U
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WASHINGTON One of the port. W h ether it's a cigarette leaders in this field the other a tribe in New GuI- ( CANYON ..411Y PALOMINO,U.S.V YOU HEAR WILL PRISONER OF HER FORMER CONVERTS...
: most jobs that public report or one on pesticides, the day, Mr. Higginbottam Hand- didn't smoke )1 MISS PALOMINO SPEAKING FCZBISH SERVICE! 8E AN ANCIENT
I relations men in Washington are PR people are expected to come out, of Denials, Inc. chewed hemp roo t. ARE HOUSED IN TFIE NOW,SO I AM tlrF/J ME ALONE WITH AS A SHIELD TD COVER

.: expected to fulfill is to deny the forth to defend their industries. "Mr. Handout, you seem to of the tribe had YOUTH b00D fIOSTEi.4 N.6.IT!-... PLAHN6 70Y5 WITH!...IIER ., t THIS WOMAN.SPrN3 IMPERIALIST/ HSR REAL ON MISSION OlRNEWiCOUNTRY./
accuracy of a government re- We Interviewed one of the be very busy these days, what We therefore con I / r C. .'
S0RA neAPS with all the government reports that cigarette smoking -
) 1J'I oREt. coming out. be the cause of lung 4r I 0 4 r ,
DALE SLEETED "Oh, I am. This is my busy All indications pointed to

ACROSS L I D I E T N 0 R season. The government seemsto in the hemp 'root" f III
24. be attacking pretty conclusive." 'tli J J'I Ji
1. -. 1.Common Having SECT 1 0 N TIN Y everything. in i
adder knobs A N N BR A S S "How do you knock down a spoke to several doc- i
4.Poisesilve 25.Mastic SL ANT LEE government report detrimentalto proved medicare was
adjective 28.furtive of clients?" dangerous than
your cigar-
7.Made Z9.MoroseWALK G I R E L L Nl +
"The first thing we do is issue So we made a 'I'IIIII +
angry ness A V A S O N G I o S
i 11.English 31. Donkey j E. L ILO T B E D S a statement announcing that them. In exchange ,
\ nobleman 34. Eouak R I M O S E O G E E despite the government reportwe growing Congress-
13.Strike out comb form A P PL- B E S T feel that a judgment should against medicare, THEM VW/ DO VtXJ irl i iql ''il' II I; R KEEPS
14.Gastropod 35.Holland be'withheld until all the evidence would lay off attack- BEETLE, ASSGO.KG YbU HAMS AROUND W.n4 r ME 60INGSTEACy
mollusk commune (Solution to Sunday's Puzzle) is in. While we don't disagree smoking." STEADY A YEAH ME WREN ITO TRYING ( wrrdI
15.Pale 36.Egypt WITH BUNNY? PICK CP 6R1.51;
with the about pesticides?
we say
16.Patch maternity 44.High card 5.Sensitive
'IT.Weir goddess 45.Sainte 6.Rob that further research is neces- working on that -
19. River 37. Balkan abbr.. 7.Small fish sary to give the public all the government is trying 6 + /";
I( island 39. Formation 8.Recompensed facts." that pesticides killed
", 20.Acacia of mountains DOWN "That's pretty good, but is it fish in the lower Mis- ( I i
wood chest 41.Arrow l.Narthedum 9.Arthurianlady enough?" That's ridiculous." aVI frntf1i i
'I::, 21.Jdly Animal 42.poison Generous 2.3.Sword Escapade 10.Nicked "In some cases it is. But If I killed them?" we ask- a 1111, 0 I IN 011I I

23.Hebrew 43. Bluejay'x 4.Cadmus' 12.Ancient it isn't, we announce that we're i ir
ti proselyte home daughter 18.\'lr Ie appointing a distinguished pan- fish didn't know how 4s I
21.Style ofpainting el of experts to study the ques- They drowned. I I tJ.tkt
il 12 3 'f. S i I?j .H 8 9 If tion. While these experts will gave us a hand-
4 22.Dally be paid by us, their report will it. Our people
'f', 1/ IL ,i IJ 23.Scot.Present be impartial and will be published st U d Y which showed
IS as soon as their findingsare actually helped MEANWHILE...
25.Dried ivrrwN THEitE ARE SOtNE THING
made. killed
16 IT 18 ;7:0 I' 26.Andent "How long does the panel one of those fish died STAND AWi. 5HOIAfNT THE HOSPITAL,50NA.1F I THEORY ABOUT USA'S I SHOULP BE TOLP. USA! COME
$ /
ZI St estheticMinute I I "We encourage them to take sold me." I PH A PHONE CALL LISA PHONES YOU,SHE WWt.D'VETHE I
/ 1J Zf 27. their time. Some panels take appreciate the govern- !O ; r ct
0 A organisms : two years, but we would prefer trying to protect the I H J PGE PARKER
28.Of atomic
lS l' l7 U :i 7j/ arrangement it if they took four." just don't like them I.-e4 SUDOENUfDKIDES

t9 70 / JZ JJ 30.Fallacies "One of the biggest jobs in private indus- .< f HE AMP 50NA ,.

_ _ 31. Copycats .you've had this year concerns as a government j 5HOULPOOSEf t jt
34 JS / J' 32. Fr. the Surgeon General's reporton that a product is 1t.I.! : _J cI I
parliament cigarette smoking. we're willing to I T ..
J JI J7 p 33.Mode "Yes, that was a beaut. I had off the market But 11Ii
36. ,
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11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 30 PETS & SUPPLIES 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale "'."" .'' '

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WANTED girl in meat dept. 4 AKC registered Chihuahuas, 2 N.E. 3 BR.. 2 baths. LR DR. Fam. 3 AND 4 Bedroom homes O 427 N.E. 10th PL 2 BR. CCB. FOR SALE 3 Br.. 2 bat built-in

Apply at Food 1349 males and 2 females re sonable.CaU rm kitc utiL rm, crp. Acre lots. Go out large garage, near Shopping kitchen F. Rm. air -. WANT-AD RATES
481-2267. Hawthorne. Fla. to 43rd St. intersection, turn .
r 8. heat n Center. Nice neighbor $11-. heat. feed back yard. Take advantage e
NW 23rd Blvd. FOR SALE 6 puppies. cross be- place bc.s patio (enclosed rloh. go approximately 1 mile 500. FHA 49658. o owner having to

tween Chihuahua fc Manchester ), f I'w pump trees. s sin on left. me. Nice wooded lot 117,0 1 PH. 372-8441 -

t \\iI EXPERIENCEDSTENOGRAPHERS all males, also pet cage for ete Ate. near ZETROUER. BUILDERFR 3 N 36th St. FR 2-2
equity. BY OWNER. 4 bedroom, 2 .
like new. Ph. FR 2-1756. p. T.k$15 63 bat -
Sperry has desirable positions FR large house, double | for
available for experienced stenographers 14 MONTH old AKC registered female Fenced yard. Close t University. MERRILLWESTWOOD

with developed secretarial German Shepherd, $75. YOUNGAMERICA Call FR 6-7
FUN IN Classified .
skids. Starting salary determined Call 372-1 Z35. SACRIFICE owner moved to | Only

by prior experience. LA. StSOO down. Bat. 4V* 3 Attractive 3 bed
with scheduled Increase work based performance on regular.Iy 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY THE SUN BR. 2 bath Ig. living p. r masonry home on | DEADLINES

large corner lot. Family .
irate dining Ig.
reviews. Promotional opportunities r. kich ro
HOMESPRESENTS central heat built in
5 day work week. Excel OWNER OPEN HOUSE 2-6 lots of cabinets patio, range and OWNER H Tues. thru Fr papers-S .. Day before pbatl
lent working conditions and ben- BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 Large clts.. Hard ANXIOUSI MKE crp. AN OF- H For t go In Sun. paper-1200 a.m.. .
efits. Submit resume in confidence NE 23rd Blvd. and fl trees ads In Mon. I Sat.
of N. W. 22nd Street. 110' quiet netchbornood. FERI == F t go paper- p
or telephone 372-0411, Ext. x 155'. Phone 376-5109. NEW BRICK nic Uc
rt 4K: 225. for appointment. Street to S .n grocery. Will rent (Minimum ad 4 lines)
: SPERRY BEAUTIFUL large tots fully 15th $ .. Christie 1110 N.E. BLCK ACRES Lovely 3 bed s I

.t. ,.# 1V ELECTRONIC TUBE Improved. In Rldgewood. NW 372-1551 MODEL 5th Place FR 6. home r with 2 bath oak concrete spacious block FAMILY RATES
DIVISION 31st Street. lust south of NW floor
t' OPEN Dark MODERN SUBURBAN HOME kitchen with room for 11
16th Avenue. J. W. Kirkpatrick
GAINESVILLE RAND, FLORIDA CORP. Agency 31 N. Main or call FR California ranch modern offers FEATURES 3 BR 2 beth kitchen with bullt- breakfast set. 12x28 screened Insertion .... .............................. 34c n

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 2-8404. lois o lvi at very rea'on- : ins .. sunken living beezway. carport and utility p 3 Insertions .,......................... 22c

EMPLOYMENT payments. Inrtnor Fireplaces r frepace. screened porch r 11a m 'Inseri .......... ........ ...... 17c line
FOR SALE lot 100x100, block outdoor living and Screened porches study sp. Central heat H .. .. .........................' .. 14c lineTotal I
bunding 22x17". good well & enl with fenced In c'nln. Custom kitchen cabit cork floors. 6 miles from BLACK ACRES Spacious 3 bedroom char?. -, multiplying total lines rat earn-
k' % 12 Male Help WantedONE pump Inside building. Price bedrooms with feet cubicfeet Oversized cit limits on wooded 2 acre lot 2 bath masonry home located Pi ed x numbei of ; b ;
$700 cash or terms. For full of closet up. Luxurious Plus many other custom I restricted Chantllly Acres. on a large comer lot with
information write Peter Tanas. features offered lots of trees. Special features
filon luminous $18.500 owner.
of the largest insurance companies J&J Mobile Park, Bradenton papered ceilings bats glass shower en- by, FR ..54 b S Ilud family room with fir

h In the country has a position Fla. closures. WOW what a VA & FHATERMS fireplace In ling room I S Five letter. words per line
central and condi-
open for man between age kitchen. Easy to clean BLACK heating
.;' ,. 21 to 38. Unlimited future. Startat 34 Waterfront Property formica cabinets. Built cs For sale by ower.ACRE., 3 bath tionin. wall to wall carpets built-

$80 per week. After first 2 range oven and h Double house on large landscaped corner and range, electric dis Same a 2 lines I
weeks $100 and better. Call 372- Central heat with lot swimming pool, wIhe huge recreation ro E 8 Pt. ordinary type
1 _8171 for appt. link Walking distance to enclo dble crrt. THIS IS A E
air conditioning. elementlr bath
o & Jr. patJ hse. livi r LOT '
High FOR $28.-
i 1I MAN wanted for local milk Reg. Broker, specallzing in Spacious corner lot. Many ex Churches. Schools Shping lare Rm.. 5001 CALL PROPERT 12 Pt.18Pt.. Same as 3 l

route. preferred ages 21 to LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. tras. separate dining room central = ordinary r
35. High school ed. preferred AGE. 3 mil* No. of Melrose YOUNG heat 81 air conditioning paved JOHN MERRILL
good health. Apply. 204 SW GR 5-2981. $ per mo VA or FHA In street on bus line. Shown by REALTOR Sam as 4 If

5th St.SHEETMETAL. LAKE FRONTAGE clues everything. $500 down FHA appt. only. Call FR 6-8802 after MULTIPLE LISTING : 1 I ordinary.

man. experienced 20 Acres on Sand bottom lake closing. $100 down VA AMERICA 12 _ Phone 372-1494

In roof and gutter work. CallESTABLISHED North of Grandln Asking 5000. Includes closing. ASSOCIATES

FR 5315.. One half cash. S. E. Sapp. Real noon.FRED MARCELLA PARDIW. 24 D4Same *s S lines

t Insurance debit In tor. Phone 4722000 or 4722220. I Hugh Edwards, Inc. HOMESNW H. BUCKHANNANCOMING F L's ordinary type

Gainesville. good opportunity for LAKE Place for sale call FR 2- "North Central Florida's Largest 34th 7th Avenue
honest and sincere man. Phone 4416 after 5 pm. Developer by far." (

FR 2-0932 for Interview. HANDSOME permanent home on NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 Phone 3727070GLADY ARNOLDSpacious I The Gainesville Sun will n be responsible for more then one

WANTED route man for established beautiful Lake Serena in the and 4 2 bath. CCB Incorrect insertion n be lat. for any error In adver-
route. Ages 21-35. must be Melrose area. Immaculate three home. bro lights and SMITH 5 tlsement to a greater extent than e cost of the toace occu-

married. Apply in person at bedroom, two bath residence and sewers. Shown appointment.Phone 2 Story LLAGE pied by the Ite to the advertisement. No adjustment will
American Bakeries. 1847 S. Main other excellent masonry build FR 2-3824.b P. K. Yonge area. 4 2 be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of
from 4 6 pm. ings over three hundred feet of baths. Living room broom. $17,000. $630 down and Sill per the advertisement.

:! lake frontage means plenty of BY OWNER new house.*3 bro Florida Separate din I Ingr month Including taxes and Insurance GREEN
ONE part time night clerk families. The ro.
Apply room for several 1 Utility room and kitchen. This Is to qualified FHA Buer. 2-
4tsl / in person to Hotel Thomas. 415 price Is most reasonable at $25,. bat. S5th Street. $500 down. Nie with convenience a fam to Itor. 3 br 2 E The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising re-

NE 2nd Street. No telephone 500. Call Kirkpatrick Agency FR Call FR 2WESTOOD- *. all schools. ItUd. living room LLAGE 5 ltng any advertisement which It deems obfectional and o to
calls please.GAme'SViLLE.. 2-8404. 31 N. Main St. with fireplace modern kitchen $2 the classificatIon' of any advertisement from that ordered -

iiriir61. LITTLEWOOO Quality home on Newberry Road. I Ieat. g to conform to the of the
ALACHUA, HIGH BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee to schools. 3 plc papr.
SPRINGS. steady employment River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- In SkylineHeights. Large lot with many trees and GREEN
BR, 2 baths
fringe benefits. age :i to 50. 6160. Study hO.e shrubs. 3 brm tile bath HandsomeLocation

Apply Jackson's Mlnit Mart., had floor. double ro Living _._._ ..
APPROX. 100 located 19 mi. built-in range VILLAGE 1unll -- --- _
1234 acres oen. Is carpted and fireplace. & condition Is A-l. 3 --- -
GO I swirl of airy softness W. 16th Ave., Gainesville -
heat. Shaded back yard.
North of Gainesville on state C.I 2 bath home situated
low V-neckllne back and front Fla. broom 35 Houses for Sale 42 Farms &
above road 121. Approx V4 mile of high 362 Near the University. Good buy In a street. Large lot affords I Acreage
unpressed pleats. See how way frontage Vt mile of river 3 bedroom 2 bath home with FlorIda -rear lawn fenced GREEN
stripes reveal the beautiful fit of ADVERTISING frontage on Santa Fe river. Ideal ANGLEWOOD by owner 3 BR. 2 room. Newly painted and dec. for privc 8r pets. For LEAVING town must sell 3 BR,
bias bodice. Choose Dacron linen, for development or Investment. bath. Price $17aD $800 down. orate Priced at $17,900. mer days ahead cool sum 1 bath CB home Fla. Rm., ACREAGE

cotton. REPRESENTATIVEA $150 per acre. Write John Dykes, Call 37-22. ed porch. Full price screen VILLAGE fenced yard. walking distance 300 acres, 200 under
Printed 119,0
Paftern 9393; Misses'Sizes Rt. 2. Citra, Fla., owner or call Call 3725393 to see any of these public and parochial schools. fenced and cross cltivatio.
10. 12 14. 1$. wonderful for SALE. TRADE. RENT. Furn. Un-
16. Size 16 takes opportunity homes Swim club membership. $2,200
at 629-1403. Ocala. ask for
or our list of choice pasture, 80
3V* yds. 45-1. the right man. Must be between turn. 3 BR. Fla. Rm. BreakfastRm. buys in all Best Buy GREEN Invested will take $500 for corn planted 3 acres
FIFTY CENTS In coins for this 20 & 40 years of age. garage fine location. 725 price rlnes. equity. FR tobacco allotment bal. in pert
pattern-add 15 cents for each be able to sell. type at least 40 35 Houses for Sale N. E. 7th Terr. 3724233Mr.. 3 bedroom 2 bath home at eco 220.NEW pastre. water. N.W. of Gainev
pattern for first-class mailing and wpm, have good transportation. Baum. GLADYS SMITHRealtor my price of $15,100 VILLAGE LISTING tractor. good
air conditioner FINLEY SCHOOI Vi block from. financing good road. Call
special handling. Send to Marian This local lob offers tremendous central heating -
Martin, Gainesville Sun Pattern possibilities for future I 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home. separate IDYLWILD 3 BR. 2 bath double unit hardwood floors fenced 3 BR 2 bath. central heating MARY MOELLER, REALTOR

Dept., 232 West 18th St.. New York advancement good salary plus dining room. Take ad- carport hardwood floors feedback Associates Ben : Multiple Listing y.r. Attractive location near GREEN and air conditioning. fireplacekit. :1019. _W. University FR
11. N. Y. Print plainly NAME. commission and e x p enses. vantage of owner's having to yard. Call FR 23001. Griffin Dan Sheldon sos and University. euipp. 20 sq ft. living 67

ADDRESS with ZONE. SIZE and paid vacation and many many move & have spacious rooms GREAT for' young 1228 Florence Bums Carotin Noyes area. 7 19h FR 2-07. BEAUTIFUL building site for the
STYLE NUMBER. fringe benefits. Must be willIng & wardrobes in new home area couple opportunit capital. Lot W. University 372-5393 Lake GenevaNew VILLAGE family that wants to be outside
Pool the limits.
Swimming city Almost 5 ,
YOUR FREE PATTERN IS to work long hard hours. among young executives. $19- & Flavet house for sale in acres
t READY choose it from 250 design Experience preferred but not 000. FR 25689. good location type for rental close to 3 bro 1 bath home with Nice NE section near school old large pines good soil. Convenient

. ideas In new SPRING-SUM necessary H quail fied in all Live In one side. rent McKinneyGreen garage. Go water GREENIDYL fashion family home. All large locati Cal J. W.
MER Pattern Catalog lust out I other aspects. Send compl e t ereume HOUSES FOR SALE: 3-BR 2- other.campus.$150a will handle. Phone front lot on breezy rooms. 4 BR, 2 baths kitchen, Age. 2-40 31 N. Main
Bath. central heat fireplace
Dresses. sportswear, coats morel of qualifications to Box NW 47th Terrace.with Price- 376-1442. point. This Is a year-round homeIn pantries dining rm. living rm.. 10 ACRE tra. high and dry, all
Send SO cents now. 38*-A, Gainesville Sun. $15,900. perfect condition with built- study sleeping porches. screen woe. West of town.
CHEAPER FOR SALE U. of Fla. Flavet 4 in kitchen euipnt. Full price ed 3 fireplaces. .tc per acre with easy terms.
RENT prches.
: 2. unit Ideal for lake Call R. F. Glaeser
DEPARTMENTMANAGER 1-bath. SE 46th Terr. $9,500. bidings. $14,0.Lake M landscaped yard. 12 anytime.
Payments $65 500. Mortgage $120. ERNEST REALTY
per mo.
be from Univ. TE
2-BR 1-bath. SE 46th Terr. $4,500 erty. Phone FR prop DeatonREALTORS Santa Fe 372-37. 2918 NW 13th FR 61

For men and boy's wear. At least $45 also per me.And some trade-in Houses. 4 BR.. 2 bath in Highland 6142 Court Ultimate In Gracious living o the WILD SAVE this Ideal work NW and location expenses, in NO RESTRICTIONS
3 desirable lake In the area. feed Small acreage 3V* miles North of
years experience required. Apply Call FR 6-7464. Manor air conditioner double mot
J. M. Fields, 1409 N.W. 23rd utility Rm.. swim club membership proportioned grounds extend Beautiful brick and C.B. home Ig & landscaped yard. draperies bath town al wooded. $400 to $500
CLASSIFIEDDial Blvd. AIR CONDITIONEDIF In distance from paved street to lake lot woed. fine residential area, ww crpts. 3 BR, W per with terms. Call any
schools walking I BothThe
Inspect kitchen with pantry
you like space for entertaining front. Situated In Melrose this 3 hw floors double time 37U1
EXPERIENCED meat cutter this Is the house for you. Lg. Call ,FR$98 4-234 r.2832 NE 11th Ter. first a 3 B.R. 2 bath home large fine 2 story home offers garage custom built by appoint. & separate, dining rm. HW 719 ERNES REALTY

living area opening onto redwood near schools monthly payment space aplenty. s.c.s.o If you are ment. C.I Mary Moeller Exclusive foors. By owner. $1.900. 13th St.
wonted apply at Food Fair NW 19th Lane Ph.
enclosed patio. Near Llt- WEST VILLA ESTATES Including taxes and Interest InteresJed.* 2-37. FARMS
1349 NW 23rd Blvd. tlewood and Westwood schools. 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR. 2 tied 9800. The second a 3 B.R. 1 RANCHES ACREAGE
3 BR, 2 baths central heat. bath. wall-to-wall carpeting. bath house $400 down aid SPACIOUSLovely 38 Real Estate Wanted
dishwasher disposal. built In trl built In kitchen ly payments of ARNOLDREALTY
13-Help Male or Female stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal heatig. Located on 2-3617. $88.0 3 Br. 2 bath. N.E. near ROBERTS C SMITH. REALTOR
price. $22.000 only. $1500 large wooded lot with circle Parochial and Metcalf School. WANT TO BUY U.s Hwy. 441 Mlcanopy Fla.

down. 922 NW 34th Terr. FR 6- drive. Orlg. cost $20.000 balance COMPANY Iq screen porch. low down paymt 2 or 3 bedroom home with Pi 466-3120

EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES 4945. $17,380. Equity $ payments Income Property Lsting Member $109.00 mo Includes Escrow. Exclusive family room and 2 baths. Kitchen -

376-4672 SECY'S STENOGRAPHERS full & part-tlme FOR only $450 down. S91J7 per Ind. taxes and In $143 perm I yo are looking for a proper 1219 Associates W. Univ.: 37-3 call Mary MlerHIGHLNDS must be equipped. Central 43 Colored Proper
BOOKKEEPERSACCOUNTANTS month payments you can Qualify 37217 a good income let sh Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge heat preferred. Must be priced
for 4 BR, 2 bath home. 1806 42.50( per month, 2 BR frame. you this nice 2 story Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman right with reasonable down pay HOMES FOR
.- CLERK-TYPISTS NW 38th Terr. Will paint inside Nice yard dead-end street. 2222 fully furnished $17500 per Charlie Mayo Jim Greene ment. Write to Box 363A.Gainesville 2 8 3 Bedrooms SLE St. It
& outside completely. For appt. SE 10th Ave. FR 2" mont Income. Good condition C.B. Cent Sun. SE 7th Ave. Some
REG. NURSES & LPN'SYOUNG n no down pay
to call .
see 3720481.NORTHWEST Paved street The heat. Cent A-C built In range &
MEN degrees Bus. FORMAL living room separate price loati You should oven. Ig patio with concrete ornamental WOULD like to assume mortgage mete. Some small down pay.
Announcements Adm.. Law Engineering. dining built-in kitchen investigate before buy. FORDYCEREALTOR fence. $16,800. Call Mary on 3 or 4 BR house In Fmley Monthly payment si? to
r you
25-35 Salaries open with carpeted Fla. rm. 23617. Cal Moeller. ExclusiveRANCHEES area. Write P. O. Box 13871Unlv Also homes built on your
AND close FR lot for
to Littlewood no down
Center and and hall 3 B R. 2 full tiled beths. Stat. Gainesville payment.
Westwood schools. 3 Bedroomsand Call TOMMY RIDCELLuilder
3 LOST & FOUND 2 Baths Central He. located In quiet neighborh In Phone FR
1 412$
t. S. W. Area -
102 NW 2nd Avenue large family room and screened SW lelon. Call 312.237. 39 Out c Town Property

Call 372-4377 for appointment porch. fenced back yard, 4 Bedroom 3 full baths In Libby This beautiful 3 B.R. 2 bath Call 44 Cottages for Rent
FOUND Yearling. Identify. Pay 10-12 A.M. 2-4 P.M. Mon. thru FrL beautifully landscaped $15. Heights. This home has over 2..* Home Central He m. MARY MOELLERINVESTMENT

damages < costs. Write Box WANTED BOOKKEEPER- 500 Call anytime. 300 sq. ft. of living space air zLarge living room Fireplace In New Listing 3 ACRES OF land. 2 bedroom
J92-A c-o Gainesville Sun. RALPH REALTOR conditioned. dishwasher and Fla. room Lot 182x157 -Call house, other buildings 3 mile SMALL furnished trailer for rent
r OFFICE MANAGER FOSSEY many other extras. If you need FR 4 bedroom 2Vi bath recently com- north of Starke on Rt. 301. Ph. suitable for working couple.
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Capable and qualified to earn $400 "Selling Florida Since 1906" plenty of living area check this pleted. Colonial inspired. Exclusively Suitable land for deluxe T r a t ler 96593. Moore's Trailer Court. 2330 E.
or more or do not apply. 40 hour 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 one. Will consider trade. For Information designed for the Young Court. fine location near Gaines Unlv Ave. Ph. 37616.

LEARN TO DRIVEl Special at- week. Write Box 401-A, Gainesville Member Multiple ListingNO call THE JAMES CO. Executive. 1 bedroom and bath vie Call MARY MOELLER 40 Business Properties
tention Sun.WANTED OF GAINESVILLE. INC. Build 150 acres in NW. area -5 miles separate from main living area 45 Furnished Apts.
to nervous or elderly. DREAM We can't sleepat ers of Klngsbury Homes. from University Rolling and which may be used for study or MARYMOELLER
Easy Way Driving School. FR middle age couple for night for thinking of this 3722527 nights 472-7401. wooded Road front den wlt. preflnlshed che r r y INCOME SPECIAL: 10 apt. units;
partially -
_2-7002. Lie. by State of Fla. multiple unit motel. Clerical and place. Gold fish. Camellias two sides Realistically Ideal location and beautiful condition and location.A PRIVATE newly painted close
general' operating duties. Attractive Azaleas, Banana shrubs in 3 Bedrooms m bath, built in kit. age priced on with excellent- must be seen to appreciate all good living above paymentsafter In. 3 ros and bath. Hot and
4 6 SPECIAL NOTICESTO salary. Write Box 402-A front yard. Beautiful oaks, orange chen on a well shaded lot. MinImum Call FR 23617. terms the extras. Only $22,30000. Con reasonable down payt. cold furnished Off street
Gainesville Sun. trees carport two car down payment. FHA. low sult & Associates Inc., ASKI ARCH CAMPBELL, parking. No pets. 15 S. W. 2nd

WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: BARTENDER wanted male or fe- garage. stables. large I living monthly payments. This home ASSOCIATES 37..16 Fordc REALTOR. Phone 376-5707 ANY. Place.
I. Herbert W. Davis will not be room with fireplace dining rm. has strip hardwood floors. For TIME. 4 BR
male. Apply In person to Hotel J. Fred Guy Jayne apt. Walking distanceto
Information call
responsible for any debts contracted walk In pantry. Nearly 2,000 sq. Col. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire REALTOR Univ, ,
.Thomas 415 NE 2nd St. between of OF GAINESVILLE. INC. J. Cypressgardens NICE large private entrance hospital and shopping
ft. living 14 minutes r.
In my name after this hours of I a.m. and 1 p.m. or from Gainesville. FlorIda.PriceLow Builders of Kingsbury Homes.Phe Multiple Listing Ph. or 114 NW 7th Terr. or c.I 376-
date except those made by my 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.retarles 372-7401. type of view. Year round 1019 W. University FR 372-8855 3766 3825.
Nights 67
self. 372-257. home beautiful I spacious Member of multiple
Exp. salary open FOR SALE CCB house. 3 PARRISHPRESENTS grounds. Lake Santa Fe frontage lstng 2 BR. 10 x 50' Mobile homi
ATTENTION Cashier-host, attractive IT'S VACANT Phone FR 2-2511 bro.. boathouse dock 42 Farms & Acreage private fence. 100 x
Nick's Shoe Repair I Hat Shop. White houscKeeper. $25 wk. to see this 3 bedroom 2 bath bat. kitcn. ,living 372- air conditioning wrshp.. 20 NW 31st. PI. FR 6118

ace W. Univ. Will close May 15th Bookkeeper. salary open tome on large corner lot In 5573. c.1 owner words cannot describe the extras RedfranksRealestate 160 acre farm with all equipment. children $71 m

to Sept. Pick-up all repair work. Exp. waltres. salary & comm. beautiful residential area closeto and Due to Illness Half mile paved road frontage. 2 BR. furnished apartment.
mechanics schools and shopping. This I 2404 SE 13th St. 3 BR. CCB. Range beaut. N
I TRY DIADAX TABLETS (former. Exp owner sacrifice now 311 s. E. 8th St.
p ly Dex-A-Dlet). New n. m e. Store trainee hi sent. grad. home has large Florida room. patio. $45 per mo. $350 down 125.0000. Consult Fordyce & Good farms and acreage listings. pts. FR 4-8961. $
Off. trainee. hi schl. extra large kitchen with built. $10,400 balance.
same formula only 98 cents. Ca- grad. Ph. 3723945 or Inc..
in range and oven 2 car carport CHARMING CONTEMPORARYFour 36123 I & 2 BR, 1 blk.
nova's Drug Store, 37 N. Main Tree surgeon foreman $2 hr. 372.178 Ben Griffin, Associate fro campus
Auto salesman. Exp. and many other desirable bedroom 2 bath home o C.I air' optional $101 per
St.BALL Short order grill man features. Priced at $22,000 with NE sei for sale by owner 2BR. large lot in Gwynn Oaks. Large DuplexMoney $500 DOWN-YES, only $500 down mo.coo McKlnney 17 Green Inc.
ROOM DANCING Insurance trainee. $100 wk. I good financing available. panlled FI. Rm., Ig. lot. living with wall to wall wit conventional financing Cen GLADYS SMITH, Realtor 372-3617.
2 air conditioners 1515 NE ro In the bank will be yours 1228 W.
University 372-5393
Route salesman. Levy Co. FHA carpet old brick fireplace, heat & AIR CONDITION
Classes now forming. Limited en 6th Terr. Call for with this wonderful bargain. In- 3 ROOM furnished *. nlce--
CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. 372-62. separate dining family ING. 3 large bedrooms. 2 baths a-
i rollment. 1st hour free. Thursday DAN BYRDASSOCIATES .PL room come nets approximately $ 350 ACRES grazing land for rent clean. For 'tuples '
120 SE 1st Ave. room-large screened patio .O extra large living room & dInIng for balance of 1964 marrle
April 23rd. American Legion month. Good Mortgage per
HOME a $ ly. Adults Rent reasonable.
Phone 374-8734 which is nice for family living area built-in kitchen large
Call P
Hall. For further information! TRD tae Call today. Fordyce fc Associates .cr. 62-15 .
Built-in kit. foyer. oak Cal 376-78.
call FR -8911. FRAN'S DANCE and entertainmnt. Inc., r strip
chen. Call for to 376123 floors, garage. C h 0 ice
r INSTRUCTIONS. 3857 W. Unlv. 14-Sales Help Wanted Inc. OPPORTUNIT an appintmt FORDYCEACREAGE
Ave. see this lovely h. westside locaton HURRY. Call
Jack DeYot Broker Bedroomsgalore 3761 to see. Immed
; View Estates for homes in the
"GET JUSTICE WITH REAL ESTATE SALESMAN Associates: 10-12,000 price Visit Sales FOR A GROWING FAMILY occupancy.NEAR .
In this FIVE and
rnge. even -
Christine Stone. E. E. Holloway he.
Office Corner 39th Terrace Ideal 4 bedro 2 bath home
JUSTISS"As is available
Hugh Edwards. Inc. Gainesville's Walter E. Stoddard and 16th Ave. or call FR 25 located Manor on to spread a out In. Under $28ooo UofF 3 bedr 1 bath 360 acres at $165.00. Over 160 acres For top quality workmanship
Public Defender for the 8th Clayton Guynn CB lot
quiet street and walking on shady residential
Butler Bros. Builders.PERFEC distanc excellet of permanent pasture fenced and call
I largest builder has for Informafia'
opening call today for more -
Circuit Street FR 2-2511 so
Judicial Court. The people 825 N. W. 13th to Elementary and High area. down
want lustlce. R. G. JUSTISS.Gainesvllle new salesman.for Excellent above earning Member Multiple ListingRENTERS School. Large living room lovely Consult Fordcye & / appx. $72 per 111.0. Il.$ 8. I. wlte. Small parcel truly available under -I 372-6142
opportunity average Inc.
lawyer Is best FOR FAMILY kitchen overlooking a large slates 37612 Call 3764817. GAINESVILLE
Mr. Dorman. sales
man. manager. ? $.000.0. 2 I
qualified. JUSTISS will GIVE HUGH EDWARDS INC. IN-LAW fenced In ba'-'c yr"t '' -I for UPHOLSTERY
his talents and energy to defend play area and entertainn>*.\t.Centr.1 I RED BRICK We have severalof I Exceptional for !
372-1551. ,
the poor with no legal counsel. Register for free month's rent NEARLY new 3 bedroom 2 bath heat and .w ,0ltlo FORDYCEASSOCIATES these charming red brick I cutting into acreage small pere only I Free 1508 NW. 13th Sf.

JUSTISS NEEDS votes and SALESMAN- no obligation, drawing month- home has bedroom separate ing. Shown by hs in different price ranges $395.00 an acre. tras. acres Estlmat.srJk UP Ind.elvr.
money to be elected. The people Be en Independent sales agent In ly. o others. Perfect only. terms to suit. All have available. Call or consult .

NEED Justlss. WILL YOU tell an established local territory for HUGH EDWARDS. INC. for fro- Beautiful INC.Real oakstrip floor fireplace. separate I -
your friends. end send small natural o teaer. In kit READY FOR A HOT SUMMER? rooms CALL US f.' FORDYCEASOIATE -- -
a reputable nationwide automotive builder Estate Exchangers
North Central Fla. largest cabnets
with end to You be in this 3br further on these better
sum nome address hardware Excellent terms. can lovely
R. G. Justus. 11 W. Unlv. Aye Investment. company. No by far. ce. with only In 2 bath home located Multiple Listing Realtor built homes. INC. NATIONAL
High commissions. S.
Grace Fordyce
NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. S d
And GET Justice with Justlss. Prefer experienced salesman clue coin 15th Holly Forest. Living Dudley Goulden. Associate 924 376-12
Paid Adv. married. 25-45. with own car. AVAIL. June 1st. 3 BR. 2 bath room with wall to wall carpet Harvey BenSon LET'S INSPECT this conveniently LOS TRANCOS WOODS CONCERNHas
I. For personal Interview write: Fla. rm. screened porch, $15. and old brick fireplace. Family W. Univ. 36123 located 3 bedroom 2 bath AIR- 2.4 ACRE wooded tracts west ofGainesville. :
8 Bly: Sifters Child Cart Box 403-M. In cart of Galnesvllle 500. Walking distance' Little- HUG EDWARDS. INC. room and lovely built-in- kitchen. 2 CONDITIONED home In N. W. $345 down total I openings for college sh>
Sun. wood. Ph. FR 25043. Central heat and air conditio J. W. section. Taste fully decorated price $1820. Drive west on New- dents during summer
WHY PAY Ing. Large lot living room with Separate I Vcalio
RENT wed firepac. berry Road turn right on SR relations work.
3 BEDROOM. 2 bath, large corner New homes tile ed In back with lovely n t Pubic a
TINY TOT 1. br Dinin ro No 241 and watch for sign on salary If qualified
16 Work Wanted FemaleJob plus
lot close' to Howard Bishop and bath $65 mont on swimming and shuffleboard fiancn Only $1.0 Call the right or call anytime for we are awarding Several $1000
Metcalfe elementary. Member. : E. 45th Also some court.
PLAY SCHOOL S Terrac. 3617. map to be mailed. scholarships and
I ship swim club. Reasonable equi oth awards
trlden 2.237 home near Gainesville;
Visit ut and see for yourself. as practical nurse or companion. ty. Take over payments. Call NEAR THE Three REDFRANKS REALESTATEClaude appt. call Mr. B. Davis
4123 NW 20th Terr. 3 2 UNIVERSIT. Immaculate condition, pleasant 89 ACRES. and close
Set t .
24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7404. Have own car. PhoneFR BR bth I 3316 Jaksonville.
bedroom. 2 home.
.-,56.. 37 .r Inside r ele surroundings. Yours wit orange M. "Red" Franks Realtor ton, $225 are Suite 543 NafL
. PLANNED program awaits your $60 Month new CB home. large "- t. R, air .. sao Large living room with fireplace trees in rear yard wi \acre Myrtle Lassiter, Associate Ralph Realtor I Bank Bldg., between
pre-school youngster at JACK lot. Low down payment 300 S.E. per mow $2100 equity.Will accept separate dining room plus a for 116.0 or 2. for W. E. "Bill- Harri Associate FOSSEY hours V Javie
- I JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. 18 Schools & Instructions 20th St. FR 24492.EXCEPTIONAL. best offer. Phone 367 separate study away from f.mll $11.0 12V4 acres for 7 N. E. 1st Ph 3H17 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 j A an n
activity. Large The has three Nltes Call "Selling Florida Since 19C.
Music programs education wed lo. Im 36-27
BUY! NEW HOUSE. 3 bedrooms, 2 mediate 10. he -- -
film-strips. 7.45-5:15 Mon.-FrL MEN AND WOMEN WANTEDTO 2 Florida baths, central heat. CCB. one bat
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 43900.RELIABLE 3bedr r Owners carry
TRAIN FOR kitchen. Save $1400. 'I
Garage. 1013 Built OPENING SOONI UniversityAcres gage.SPACIOUS IN THE
sitter wishes to care CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS lot loaded wt trees and shrub for .pltmet Ph. All lots to be one ae and lovely residence
for Infants or small children In bery. 1 block FR f4 o 2- and have beautiful trees. I available'! for June FUN
her home. Reasonable call FR Finley School. 3 blOs from University LAW professor for full Information. hardwood opa.Beu
4-3897. We prepare Men and Women. of FHA. movi. spl f pin

Ages IMS. No experience neces br st. baths
CHILD or Infant caret private Grammar $700 down. Total mty payments dr.we vanity andstorage. rooms two tied bat spac
homei Littlewood' area. $35 mo. sary. educatlgn of $117. by NW Negotiateei. M.M.PARRISH Priced
usually sufficient. Permanent $ mot
6th Ave.. call FR J-9545 daily J
er can pick up and deliver. o N.E. 14th con I
lobs. No layoffs. Short hours. 2 10 124
FR Butler
Phone -''''. High pay. Advancement. Send Bros 69 city sewers.

Child Care In my home. Fenced name home address phone 3 BR CCB In N_E. si stove AIR CONDITIONED for the summer
yard Reasonable rates. Geod number and time home. Write BY THE OWNER In Id11 2 and refrlg., many ok trs. low weather that Is almost here.
references.: Phone 372-3713. Marcel Co. Box 381-.. c/o Gainesville Br CCB h tne bt fam down payment low monthly 1800 square feet of well arranged -
Sun. room. payments. Call FR AND ASSOCIATES INC. decorated living
WILL give love and care to Infants P.M. Member Multiple Listing area car enclosed garage SUN
In my home. Phone FR MEN fc women IS to 55 to train for 5:3 FOR SALE by owner. 3 BR. 2 H. Hill Helen Graham t such a convenient
13118. CIVIL SERVICE MUST SELL 3 BR Florida baf h with carted liv Way ,. Parrish .f for less than NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
living back .. Carol Mar Iutl S
Ro fee '
Examinations. For informationsend r c cetral First St.
take 1 Te 372-W5 O
name address & Phone No. y.r I heat fenced I ,.n open
l of $1000 $84 per mo.pymts Sunday Dr.P BOATS (, MOTORSWHO
Employment Key Training Service. 112 W. h J. W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor
Adams St.. Jacksonville. 19th or le FR 65 3- SEE NOW BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION

12 P House for sale NE section Member Multiple Listing
Real I Estate Exam $16. 75 ON YOUR LOT. (House. FH appraisal value of 110.0 607 NW 1 19th Ave.This 3 N. Main Phone FR 24404- WOULD LIKE THE 74th 24"
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Sunday. Apr. 19. 1 PJM. down payment low mt ASSOCIATES: HUNTER Fiberglass FishiggBoat 12 Pl fishing t HOOD-SPIT GRIL
COURSE Cherokee I engineered S 3 1 car attractive 3 BR, 2 bath Ocv Ftoye Mathlasen Irene Bun Introduced by FRANK JO $hX99 MTOR
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS ATTEND First lesson free. ml di pyt BR bat after la Mock horn wHI appeal t the W. Recce. Capt., USN. Re. PHILPTT' THE TACKLE BOX GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE Division. 2100 Co. p. I.r ltr. e. family wanting something dif; A R M S OR CENTRAL The Heart Of East
Earn up to famous$5 per Studio hour oenvtnstratlng Girt- COLLEGE. TIC W. Unlv. Ave Ho. bat air s- brick 6:1 Po 64f ferent. Built In el kit. Fireplace -DOWN PA ; CHARGE Check with C.rti GainVIe 7 N M 3-3

FR. -3S07. 377-3727.: 1801 NW DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. > hi LR Nic room. MAKE OFFER on 3 FR !
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time- Ve. 2-171.
r oar.g Inc. bat Central heat central air Cent. Priced bath home convenient
fe ya
374-4334 after 4. Ill
t Phone SPEED WRITING Phone U9 Allca Northwest. 11. Call at only $ terms. quiet neighborhood SPORT PHILPTS SAVE $355 o 1 I Lone Star List of aasettcatiBAS choose

DOUBLE ENTRY SYSTEM book SHORTHAND 376-2. 3669 NW 1 16th Ave.You livIng room, Large screen porch.FHA Fiberglass wi Hur t
3 BR CCB houa paved street. from
on Home Hunter Fiberglass
I trader and '
keeper. 1:30 to 4 30. Salary depending TYPING nice NEW 3 CCB. $8.995. Appraisal l10s 0 rl 4 "P
on qualifications. Phone Bui"e nih $450 dow b. Phone love ttu. Fishing Bt"e starting Johnson
1421 sp .. .
\ 376-2548 days or 372-5012 after 2 Day 495-2441. Night FR I a $1795
bth o
6. Classes now forming. Howdfs Ave. Phone FR 21901.HAZEL 61. acre lot. Yard end LITTLEWOODWESTWOODMODERATELY Quality Sells Itself BAIRD-S MARINE Skiing Swimming-Diving.
Business College. 218 W. Unlv s
COMFORTABLE LIVING 3 bed landscaped. & .1 CENTE
COMPANION housekeeper to live- Ave. HEIGHTS Cet. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Flor 401 Main
I rooms and 2 bts central hat floors amity tab 20 N.W. 14ttl Ave. S E"pf
In and take of semi-Inva crl H porch central
care screened and FR 2-5011 FR FISHING DEAL
faily Kit r s
lid. Call 374-3681 or 374-400. S our 4r and 3-bed r dbl. c.r Ele moving. See o Safety Items.
28 Livestock & Supplies with rows Meal near O I 12 plywood barrentio
Nb f
Earn 2t h schools and N.W. f oy S this b.OOICE Mon. Thru FrL J-4 Sat. 9-4 1964 5V
NEED MONEY- $2 per hour. I built-in oven. s Good financing. y p tr'lr. ". J
.I se Golfing Equipment
34th Drive S1 for $479.
representing Central
A Beer d
h.t ci ulm 316 NE 44th StreetOnly
opening for ladles In Galnesvlll FRESH Jersey Milk cow and calf Wired for R.lp Realtor o 19515.BAIRD'S.
J and Alachua County. For Interview SISa Call 44M7S4. phone. Large tl completelygrassed. FOSSEY S30t and S64 month ONE ACRE lots lust o Tennis Equipment.

write Con 408 SW 27th ; Hazel Heights Is In 1 W. Unr Ave. Ph 374-135 will buy d very p BR 1 sideCltv Limits. Beal MINE CEE Baseball Equipment.

Gainesville Fla. or can 374- 30 PETS & SUPPLIES 4 lii Equipped with "SII FI Since 1904 bath home on It. H wooded. TeALCHUA 6 s
I c p
bus stop.
1831. low down cl t convention OWNER tat 3 BR t.VA f Fenced y.r I r Sun Wont Ads Where t Ftah.
MATURE WOMEN who must earn lyt North eld. $100UNIVERSIT SWIMMING POOLS
GERMAN Shepherd pups AKC. *! T
ttteir own livelihood. Take of
Excellent- edlgreed, price !I West 13th ei. payments S
-"-. 4 hour daily re w 3 Av o take ssoe cash Plus many many me
duced. 35CI NW 18th Ter. Listing
required In your neighborhood. apt
$300. after M BE CAREFREEEnloy
phone FR ne f P 3 T. Realtor
CaN Avon Manager Mrs. Bums.fft SPRINGTIME Is puppy time. Eng. 2-3 I :3 P. A
2-C421. FOR Sate or trade. New 4 BR. Gore.Associate. Get Results
lish I
Shepherd Shepherd puppies puppies. Can American FR home located hi Westmoreland i 3 BR. 2 bath. CCB home cta REALTY 435 1st St. 3.2 Master a clean Pool and Sei hal p ADVERTISE L THE

DEPARTMENT 20031AKC Estates. paved ,I "ar f FI.
O c s 1115 N. Main St. t cleaning
registered Dachshund Pups. I bth fl Terms suit W. M. Munroe.
All shots. 6 weeks. Black or red. Ri .li Rnv, dining .In b. 372-379) after PJM. Associates" SUN PEAKING? FR 2-5 4-e068: 217

For Infant and girls wear. At leas male & female. Ph. Klngsley Cer.1 lat bl ki. f .p. Owners mi o.. S. E. Mi Frank Roby There Is no substitute for
3 years experience required. Ap. Lake 533.2153.MINIATVRE crtya I sate. 61 N 33m Roy MC. C Douglas. Jr. quality service. CaflGAINESVILLE
to schools
pfy Blvd.WANTED J.. M. Fields. 140 N.W. 23rd Schnauzer pup 0 w.1. medical c FH I MORE FOR THE MONEY this 3 FOR SALE BY OWNER ROOFING MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the

ACK registered excellent pedi S7 Down payment 11 Ig. BR 2 bath pl LR. 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. R a d 372- 294 FREE ESTIMATES I
part time *r full time gree. Only 1 left must sell Drive, fireplace attached HW t scheoL A WORK GUARANTEED
o. Es.te
cashier. Apply It University Inn leaving town. $45. (Normally 1027 N 4 Drive Call Butler floors. WelL Lg fenced comer S Reasonable c p BONDED SHINGLES Fun in th Sun section PHONE 3728441i

Restaurant 376-2442.or call Mr. Goldstein Call$100 to 372-7601.$150) All papers Included. nih In mS .ly, 26 500.M. $450 Near d Se N Fester. $ "I f. n, 37Th Te. 2233 S E Hawthorne Rd. -

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; "" 'nlll""m1lmtIIIl--lln! lmmIlRIIIIIlllllRlllllllllmllll-' 45 Furnished Apts. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 51-A Wonted. To Rent 65 Antiques 66 Misc .For Sale. 66 Misc .For Sale. Shadow Lawn Estates

SURPRISE HURRYI PHYSICIAN'S family of 3 desires 3 : Custom-bunt homes that look
I CLASSIFICATION INDEX IE furnished Apt. Lg. living Above average desirable HOUSES bedroom 2 bath unfurnished ANTIQUE roll top desk. for sale. RIFLE 270 mauser action, NEW 1964 custom-built. U you are tiredof
1 BR.
Good working condition. Needs chrome lined homes with that sobdivVsion
Rnx kitchen private entrance for rent or lease. Varied sizes- home. Phone FR 2-3851. barrel. glass Automatic Zig Zags. drop In
furnished and unfurnished. Some refinishing. $125. Phone FR 6- beded custom stocked 4 power cams for fancy stitches. buttonholes look. see
& bath. Half block from cam-
NNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE pus. Available April 20th. Couple air conditioning. FR 6-5816. 52 Boarders Wanted 8866. scope extras. Trade for excel- a p p liques monograms F. D. Oliver. Bldr.

1 Ia Mem rl*.. preferred. Ph. FR 6-7441 or FURNISHED house for rent near lent arched top Gibson guitar. etc. $50 up. Easy terms. Sewing Ph. FR 2-0864
II Wsnted Box 1074, Yankeetown,. Fla. Machine Service Co. 815 W. Univ. West NW "th Ave. past
_2 Card .1 Thanks Ie B. 5Lea' FR 4-4112 after 4 pjn. Univ. Have been renting to four ROOM and board for flirli. Private on
.3 .. F.... a Mcbin.ry T.... == boys. Phone FR 6-7955 Gainesville bath use of washing ma- 66 Misc. For Sale Ave. Ph. 3761075. the. Glen Springs IntcrseoUon. -

.S PersonalIzed Benteel U BlI1lcl1Dr AlaterlalSTraul FIVE& furnished water apt.furn.clean$75 or write R. T. Stroud. P. O. chine. 625 N.E. 1st Street. PhoneFR See alp in left.
Inlorm&tlon 14 Household Go.dis == Box 365. St. Augustine. 6-6083. .
mo. Adults only no pets.Can HOME CENTRAL -
oUeea ES AoU.oes per MOBILE AIR
Speelal FLortits Klse. Fer 8a1. be seen at 225 SW 2nd St., 3 BR, living rm.. dining rm.. $100 CONDITIONING SYSTEMS BY -
.2 11 Phone 374-4037. per mo. 106 NW 10th St. Prefer 54 Business Rentals COLEMAN.
Ba1l1 S1tt.r. ChIld Care TradIng .
L male students. McKInney Green. Phone Dan FR 64267. WATCH FOR
a ArUdea MO.
1 Places T. Go And WsMed $75
J Things T. 8.. .. FOci on .. Woods 5 Month to month rental or lease to Inc. FR 2-3617. GARAGE space for rent. 613 S.W. A-l HANDYMAN SHOP IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
1 ':0 Bsat Marine Equip.I 5 suit tenant 1 bedroom furnishedApt. 2 BEDROOM CCB furnished 2nd St. Call John Merrill, Real First in Appliance Repairs '

I AUTOMOTIVE 'U Calllp Hunt- phI available at 1204. NW 23rd house. Wall to wall carpet no tor. FR 2-1494. BEAUTIFUL colorful mounted ....., Cooperative apartments to

I ,I AIrp1aa. Bale..Keata" 1% Office Equ1pme'tI Blvd. Ph. FR 6-2472 Wese- pets 2903 N. W. 6th St. Call FR AIR CONDITIONED saiifish. 67'. By Al Pfleguer be built In Gainesville. For
11 H.bDo B.mea f.r Bal. MaaJcal Herdaaacl1a. man Realty1113 N. Main St. 6-7749. NEARLY new modem office or Miami, Fla. Only $165. The Tac: Information call FR 62921or

I ,I Trucks for 8a1e E FOR RENT fur nished trailer. J BR. 732 NW 23rd Blvd. $95 per location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. kle Box 1490 Hawthorne Rd. write:
I Traeb Wanted Large lot. Private well. Haw- mo. Call McKinney Green. Inc. Ph. FR 6-2472, Weseman Realty P. O. Box 13956
10 Traeters A Truck Keatala REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 5II thorne Rd about 3 miles. $45. FR 23617.ZBEDROOM.. 1113 N. Main St. SINGER AUTO ZIG ZAGDrop.ln Gainesville Fla.
FR cams for decorative designs ,
TraDer Keat&lS Phone 61498. 1 bath. Near University SMALL Warehouse for rent. Call f
SS lor Sal.II buttonholes. monograms Park
( IS M.tereelea, .. 8eten It Waiulroat 3 ROOMS and bath apartment. and J. J. Finley School. Dan Byrd. 372-2511. sews on buttons etc. $7.00 per University
1 A.tom.lIl1. Kepalrs as flooses For lat.It Nicely located. Call FR 65821. Phone FR 2-1517 Sundays. Weekdays : OFFICE SPACE for rent. 626 N. mo. Balance $68. 815 W. Univ. f
I, U A.temobUeS for S. a. Cottages For Sale 5 Come by 622 'N. E. 1st Street. 462-1119 1821 N. W. 6th Main St. Phone 376-1480 if no Ave. Phone 3761075.SPORTERIZED Aprs
I Swap n Real Eatate Exchanged FURNISHED apt. Large 1 BR. Ave. answer 372-1823. 30-06 and Savage Your Key to Good Living

EDUCATIINAL sa Beal Estajo Wanted Can be seen from 1:30 p.m. to 30 x 40 CCB warehouse with rest- Hornet rifles both excellent tar.

II Se...... .II lnatrocUoo a, Oat of Towo Property 6.8321.No pets or children. $60. 376- I' 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.FOR room drive-In door. parking excellent get Sights. ammo avail able I ; A HUGH EDWARDS HOMES
U Muo1c DueJar. 41 Bootheao Prepe"l"It location. 523 W. Univ. once fired 38 Spec and 222 cases McCOY'SMacoma
Waatecl-tDatncUoa U Kesl'eaUaI 5 2 BR furnished apt., living rm. RENT unfurnished 2 BR Ave. In rear. $75 per m 0 n t h. for reloaders. 38 Spec and 45
n Farns .II Acreage 5 dining rm. kitchen private house. $60 per mo. unfurnished Ph. 376-1206 or 376-8489. ammo regular and match; camp Homes
C3 Colored Property Rentals bath. Adults anly. Married 2 BR duplex apt $60 per mo. stove cabin tent with fly; 3% Colonials from $93 per month ,
EMPLOYMENT, n'l Colored Property Sales couple or 2 or 3 sober male Call FR 6-7466. 56 Business Opportunities HP Rotary Mower like new; Inc.For .
11 Work Wuied Mal. = students. No pets. $100 per unused 6x30 Pecar Binocular 1 bath homes from
1. Work Wanted Ym&Is = We have many attractive rentals Elec V2 $77 per mo. Sale, very attractive 3-
RENTALS month. Apr. 20 through August. A GOOD grocery store. Low over- Dayton ViHP Motor. V to
J 11 Salea Help WaMe4 51J Can be seen at 414 NE 2nd St. -Call us head. If you have small down 2" Pipe Threading Kit. W and bedroom. 1-bath home. 4417 ,
Belp-Mal. .r Femolo U CeUan For Rent Ph. FR 67212. MARY MOELLER, REALTOR payment and good collateral or Magnetic Tape. Leroy Lettering Florida modern brick fronts from $95 E. University Ave. walking

11 Halo help Wanted CS Furulohed Apt. DUPLEX. 1 BR near Univ. 328 1019 W. UniV FR 6-4471 credit see me quick. I've got to Set, Micrometers, as- distance to Lake Forest
Dramatle sorted tools ail bargains 372- per month Schools. Price WOO.. $500
I 41 Ijnlurnhbed Apia. sell fowl Ph. FR 67231. After
NW 14th St. Avail May I or Available within two weeks. threeor
11 Femoo Belp Wanted n Hoies for Reel Fan. sooner. $83. Call 3765190. four bedrooms two baths. 7 p.m.. and all day Sun. Call 8027. down and $79.50 per month.
.1 I1 usea for Keat 1J'allUJlo 125.00 month unfurnished FR 2-0641. Screened porch homes from $85 Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr.
FARMS & LIVESTOCK U Rooms for Beat 3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent. near schools per lease required. Call Day FR 6-7290. nights FR
rs Fc.r_ EllaJpllleo' 10 Bold Rooms == 1-1 BR apt. 2-2 BR apts. 503 Kirkpatrick Agency. FR 2-8404. 59 Money Wanted E. C. "CURLY" per month 4-5015. Office .corner N. Main
and 23rd Blvd.NEW
NE 4th Avs.NICE
e n Feed .II Fertilizer 11 Mise. BeatalaI 31 N. Main St.
z Lhntoet .II 8appUu IIA Wanted T. fleet downstairs apt. close-In. KUEHN JR. Calif. moderns from $84 -
MONEY 0 per mo.
108 N.W. 35th Street. 3 BR.. 2 NEEDED
%t Laadaeaplar Top Soil 52 Doar.en Wanted private entrance. uti I. furn. Nice ,
II SO Pds .II Supplies 13 OffIeo fleck Spaeeat == downstairs corner room. 531 SE bath 2-car carport avail now. ON I 1st MORTGAGE Homes. Lots. Income. Business -
Untock Wonted II Baa Ian. Rentals Near Schools key at 305 N.W. and Lake Property.
2nd PI. FR 2-2582. 8 to 10 per cent Common Interest HOMES
35th St. FR 2-9684 after 4:30 or Farms and Acreage.
H FINANCIAL SERVICE 2 Furnished apts. $55 & $60. Phone Sundays. per, cent.not exceed For details appraisal call of 70 E. C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr. NO MONEY DOWN VA
372-1823 or 372-3794. 638 N. MAIN ST.
fi Bosineis Opportunities n SpeeoJ Services NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 Pay Only $100 Closing
11 lonev t. Lou 23 Homo Imprullleats"l1on.ree equipped. $60 per month on a 376-0213 WALTER
46 Unfurnished
24 Badlo .II TV Servleo Apts. years lease. Ph. 376-8372 days ---- EHA LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT
It Money Wanted 23 AppUaace .II Furidtur 376-7327 evenings. STUBBS
2 BEDROOM, large living room. Wanted ,
= 3 BR home for rent. $100 61 to Buy
!ln.IIlJJI//II/rmmmtml"nllllll"JIIIIJIIIIJIInmrllm'mlnlllJl/ lllllllmmllJlIJlIlIlIIIlIrmtllllllnrm! kitchen equipped. Couple pre- month. Must lease for 6 mos.per EYES RIGHT! IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY INC.
ferred. No children or pets
45 Furnished Apts. 45 Furnished Apts. Phone FR 2-4857. 1117 NE 31st Ave. Phone 372- WANTED: water cooler must be See real dream living In Shadow
3263 after 4:30 P.M.
priced reasonable and In good Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. .

Efficiency apt., water furnished TWO bedroom duplex I kitchen 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath. attached working condition. Call 377-8441, D. Oliver. Bldr. Edwards Inc. 1321 N.W. 16th AVE.
equipped. $85 month.
MOBILE HOMES. nice and clean. per ext. 20 8-5 weekdays.WE Hugh
$35 per mo. 3505 N.W. 17th St. i See at 41M NW 6th St. garage. Air conditioner. $100 Ph. FR 1-CM4 ,
Call McKinney Green Inc. FR 2- paved streets swimming pool. month. 720 N.W. 20th Ave. FR BUY and sell all kinds of furniture West en NW 39th Av. past PHONE 376-5394

3617. couples only. Phone 372-2290. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 2-1685. Avail. May 1. stoves, refrigerators. the Glen Springs intersection. N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. 372-1551
'CLEAN and neat near campus clothes radios TV etc. See sign on left.
1 and 2 bedroom furnished apart FOR RENT 8 room house unfur Call I \
ments, 1011air, conditioned. and shopping one bedroom; pre- nished. Income property. 104 FR 2-3937. 'Wa. Trl'lA. H/Mieoe.. <<
2 BR. CCB furnished N. E. sec --- --- -
Summer rates. near Universityand fer married tenants. Call any S.W. 10th St. Call FR 63830.
Medical Center. 916 S. W. time. tion. Call FR 27154. 64 Household Goods

7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3442 or FR I Ralph FOSSEY Realtor AVAIL. May 1st, 3 BR. 1 bath. 3 BR. Ig. family rm.., equippedkit
6-2644. I 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 living rm., dining rm., & kitchen. ; separate dining rm., many MAYTAG, 1bf. VLnf. I -
WHIRLPOOL & KEL- ) ttcth ?
1 BR. furnished apt., water fur "Selling Florida Since 1906" Carport. screened central porch. air conditioner Available built-ins. Large now thru beautiful August. I lot.$135 VINATORS. New automatic 4DU. bUtt

nished. 4141 NW 12th Ter.. $63 I 2 ROOMS and bath 1st floor excellent heat. swimmingpool per mOo 5010 Newberry Road. FR .washers from $138.99.
privileges for fee. Good
Call 376-2641 376-2930 location sm. New Refrigerators from 15888.
per mo. or $60 a mo Including 2-5951. .
ask for Mr. Haynes. most utilities. Adults neighborhood in NE section. $150 New Freezers from $139.95. WHAT'S
only. Call FR 6-8063. per mo. Call 372-7111 or FR' 6- For rent $85 month. 2 bedroom New Icemaker refrtg. from $279.95. \
NE location. 1 BR, $60 per mo.. 2 6201. house. S.E. 72nd St. 2 blocks W. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL
BR. $75 per mo. Call Joe Mason. Very clean. nicely furnished 1 bed- NICE 2 BR house. large screen- of Newnan's Lake. Reliable THE VARIETY STORE
376-2472 days. 376-1963 evenings. room apartment. Tile bath. $65. ed porch. Antenna furnished. party only. Available May 1st. 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR BACKofthe
FURNISHED Apartment for rent 733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 64644. Near bus line & stores. Adults Phone FR 6-2567 after 7 p.m. 63484. I

with living Rm.. bedroom tile AIR-CONDITIONED apartment 1 preferred. 3765805.
bath. alr FOR RENT. 3 BR.. 2 story frame & refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. RANGES FROM $39.95. \
Apt. FR 24569.EAST out. Near Medical Center and house. Kitchen furnished. some Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 after 5:30 Refrigerators from $49.95. i i't
Univ. Call FR 2-3488 6-4360.
SIDE or other furniture. See at 1202j. I P.M. for appt. TV from 3995.
I 3 BR house for rent. Inquire at
conditioned Phone A. E. Harp THE VARIETY STORE GROWING
J or phone
FR 6-5576. 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR
1 65034. House located at 1111 SE 6-3484.
3 BEDROOM air-conditioned Apt.. NICE 4th St.
3 blocks from campus. Low summer CHEST $7. youth bed $10. card Fli DEMANDfor
$57 month FOR RENT 5 room house in San-
per up rates. available March I. table $1. dresser S6, platform
Gainesville's Finest 372-V481. SEPARATE GARAGE ta 1170.Fe Earl Fla. Call 462-1923 or 462- rocker $8 wardrobe $10 playpen
2-Bedroom home for lease. Located Hill. $7. baby bed $12 buffet $12.
Furnished or unfurnished FOR RENT or sale I x 40 2 BR In nice quiet neighbor- 121 N. W. 25th Street. close to Used furniture bought & sold.
Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart mobile home. Lot 29, Ideal Trailer hood. Kitchen equipped with Univ. 3 bedroom 1 bath, Brants. 513 N.W. 8th Ave. Closed
ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 374- Park. Phone owner. 372-4985. Frigidaire refrigerator, stove range and refrigerator. $110 Mondays.

9608. NICELY furnished convenient and flat top hot water heater. MOo or can furnish air con d. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested
TWO bedroom furnished apt. downtown area. $75. Also garage Tiled kitchen tiled baths and on lease at higher rate. FR 6- BUTLERBROS.
near Univ. & Alachua General apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults shower. Floor furnace with 8565. and Guaranteed
Hospital. Ph.. FR 6-7955. Gaines- only no pets. Inquire Lillian's thermostat. Window air condi 42 Refrigerators from $39 up 4t' '
vile or write R. T. Stroud. P. O. Music Store. tioned. Beautiful screened In 3 BR. HOUSE with 8> : .
Box 365. St. Augustine. porch. Nice floors. Home completely located in Orange Heights. I If 17 Washers from' $19 up -- "M' .
.t. "
CCB duplex. 1 bedroom spacious equipped with Venetian Interested, call 468-1971. Waldo. 8 Dryers from $49 up lja. : .
2 large rooms 1st floor. private cabinets and closets. Quiet o blinds. This home Is Ideal for Fla. 2'Food-Freezers from $99 up
bath. adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave. location. Call FR 29764. 2 Dishwashers from $49 up
small families retired couple. hatcHo ttitivi.
or 3 BR unfurn. house avail. about
10 TV Sets from $35 up
$45 efficiency. private bath & en- GRAD. or upper dlv. engr. student More Interested In good neigh' April 27 no pets. Nice fenced JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Only Q.lfUL't| anomtcnt&t HOMES?
trance. Also furnished room wanted to share 2 BR a-c bors and tenants than amount back yard. $75 per month. Phone 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. .372-5303 1=
with light hot & cold water. In duplex at 825 NE 8th Ave. or rent. Call owner after 6, 376-7768. UIOA jiuf) a kO.UI4LLL ..,towd ik14
of '
best part of city. $35. 321 N.E. $SO mo. Marvin Moss. 6-2365 or FR 6-5464. 'L'IIIIII"IIIIIII"IIIIIIIUllllllllHllllJIIII1III1IIllIW!! 1
3 BR 1 bath. cent. heat built-
3rd St. Univ. 2986. in stove. AvaiL May 1st. $120 and hflxdujood. lOoio almost 100 how

per mOo on yearly lease. 3904 G NorwoodHope hav .

SW 37th St. FR 6-6711. E! kjrt }'aatIkv.Aud \Wrtewuw
6 ROOMS. $125 per month. near : lUuouUHLKi

I SERVICESHome Gladys Univ.Univ. Stove 372-5393.Smith& Realtor refrigerator, 1228 furn.W. I to ll\/, Ut T 1j, 11>'lfAt". ft 4f4lfoq fttltj! QualityWhen

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49 Rooms For Rent I II in ttis ihfrteziu. tuith zaiu VA

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And Business I
ROOMS fu men. Weekly maid PropertyfIIIIIIIIJIIIIImmmmmmllllltlIIlmllllIIlIIIIIIIII LOCATION
I service. linens and refrigerator

furnished. 372-1185 or 372-1981 Open Daily Edwards Phone & QUALITYWe
416 NE 2nd Ave. Hugh Inc.
Bulldozing Plumbing
I FOR businessman. Large bedroom. i The following are ready for i 9 am.6 p.m. 3721551jJIigh1and
I private bath Facilities for light | occupancy. N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. Have Only

SMALL bulldozer loader. dump SEWER INSTALLEDNEW meals. 366 N.E. 7th Avenue.FR e \
2-1708. 1 -- ------- -
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. Top i & used fixtures complete 1115 N.W. 40th Dr. THE CREAM
soil. Phone 372-7846. plumbing service "BIG" JIM SINGLE or double room in large 3 BR, 2 bath, $350 dn. $130 j
I HUGULEY. Gainesville PlumbIng cool rooming house. 2 blocks I per mOo i
BULLDOZERS & Dragline, Back FR 2-1589. off campus. Kitchen living Rm. I
hoe. wheel tractors. motor & maid service. Call FR 2-2726. 1115 N.E. 5th St. I Ii Court Manor
grader. Free estimates. W. G. RemodelingNEED 3 BR 2 bath i rrr
Room, Men double or single. I $350 dn. $113
(Buck Johnson. FR 6-6219.
Separate from main house. | per mOo j 93 _..s = : ?:::=o_ the swim club community
Heavy duty equipment. digging. 93 a ,
A NEW 2636U N.W. 2nd Avenue. Phone
clearing. drag line. bulldozer. Old Florida room carport 1216 N.E. 17th Ave. I Ii
patio. screened-In porch FR 6-7986. Shown by appoint en zi.1
reliable 475-4403. fir m. Phone Melrose etc.? Call now and get It done I ment. 3 BR, 1 bath $350 dn. $89 i

for the summer months. Call 102 NW 13th St. Men Women e; per mOo j

372-8049 after S PJIA. for free rooms and apts. near campus, & I
CarpentryWORK estimates. day week month. FR 6-2937 or 1442 NE 16th PI.
FR 61082. en 3 BR. iVi bath, $400 down. E
wanted: Carpenter desires BUILDING. remodeling. painting. i (98 per mOo
work. Repairs. remodel I n g. block and cement work. Good NICE Quiet bedroom for rent.
Ph. *-<102. work. Good prices. Phone 468- Businessman or nice sober stu 1702N.W.38thDr. PALM VIEW
1872- dent. $35 414 NE 2nd
per mo.
93 3 BR 2 bath $350 dn. $37 i ESTATES
St. FR 67212.CLEAN

ConcreteCONCRETE Upholstery quiet corner room for 93permo. 93 NW 39th Terr. &

man In private home. Outside 4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI. NW
16th Ave.
Air Conditioning finishing. Wa I k s. UPHOLSTER your furniture at entrance. Off street parking = 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI. s
Summer rates. FR 2-3118.
drives. patios. slabs and shuffleboard reasonable prices. Call Sally. space. = 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn. $68 $16,000 to $20,950FERNWOOD
etc, expertly done. Esti Experienced. FR 69888.SewngAlterations. SETTLED woman. Share new per mOo I
"ART BALL" Air conditioningHot mates. Call 372-3884. anytime. II home. Pine Forest. Private bath. I j

( Air-Hot water) heating. and I Reasonable. Apply Sun. or after 303 SE 38th St.
refrigeration. Ph. 372-1685. 15 Cosmetics 5 weekdays. 2017 NE 15th St.
Years ExperIence.AppUonce 5 304 & 314 SE 39th St.
SEAMSTRESS I I PRIVATE room with private bath I 3 BR, 1 bath. $500 dn. J64
POSITIONS for ladies do sewing of all &
open In entrance. Avail. May 1st. If per mo. MANOR
Repair & Gainesville & I kinds & Dressmaking. Mrs. W.
surrounding areas. Interested call FR 23976.ROOMS .
For details call or write to Mrs. C. Asbell. 3436 N.W. 17th Ter I : NW 39th St. &
Air Conditioning Johnnie Turner NafL Dist. Di- race. 372.0635.ALTERATIONS. for rent I block from I111I11111W1111IIIIII1IIIWUIWIIIIWillllllll1lllllllliJ
I I 13th
campus. Close to laundry PI.
rector f<*- VWane Woodard Cosmetics
phone 376-1480 or 62* N. clothing also on women's buttonholes. I kitchen. TV privileges. The struction following and are will under be ready con- I $12,250 to $16,000WESTMORLAND
Main St.FIRE $71 per month. FR 2-0747. /
A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP belts. & dressmaking. Call for occupancy soon. :
First In air conditioning and Appliance 372-8891. NICE room. private entrance & i .' ,,- '
repairs. FR 60267. EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA bath screened porch on side. 3224 NW 29th Ave. 5

SPRING CLEANING clean oar- FIREEXTINGUISHER I Sewing Machine Repairs _31st open Ave.porch FR on 2-0779.back. 865 N.W. = 3 BR, 2 bath $750 dn. $102 =
= per mo
ages. utility and storage rooms. =
Carry off accumulated "Junk"' CO. ATTRACTIVE room with private = ESTATES
Also repair appliances. 376-4969. Sales and ServiceAll CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER. entrance In quiet modern home. NW 29th Ave.
types of Fire Extinguishers VICE CO. $15 W. University Kitchen Ideal
privileges. for U of Addition No. 2
Pick and delivery service Ave. I3236 2 bath. $700 dn. $98
up 3761075. We repair all F student. FR 2-7883. The Monticello
Appraisal ServiceFRED C. R. Thomas Ph. :376-1989 Makes. Work fully guaranteed. = NW 39th Dr. &
1 BLOCKS from campus. low sum-
Gainesville Fla.
B. ARNOLD I Tires Alignment mer rates. Cheaper by the tri 13301 & 3311 51 NW 8th Ave.

REALTOR APPRAISAL Mortgage BrokerFHA i Brake Service call mester.372-0481.For appointment to see m NW 30th Ave. Now Open For Your Inspection $20,000 to $30,000All
REAL ESTATE m" BR, 2 bath $650 dn, $91
SERVICE ONE or two girls to share house E per mOo
1J1' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 and conventional at lowest 1 kitchen privileges. homelike at-
current rates. Terms to 25 VACATION SPECIALON mosphere. Call FR 2-1054 after 5 13236 & 3224 Don't fail to see this popular model this
years. Will gladly discuss at no famous nationally known Mohawk p.m.
Auto Equipment obligation. Call tomorrow.J. tires . Save up to NW 30th An.s I week. Over 1600 square. feet of enclosed City Services
W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor 50% on new tires. See our new 323 N.W. 14th St. optional air- 3 BR, 2 bath. $600 dn $86
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & :31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 wrap around retread that gives conditioned. single turn. room. en per mo. with four bedrooms two baths end a
exchanged Repair kits for more mileage & traction. LaHrw share house, $40 a mo. plus 5 space ,
FRED B. ARNOLD Tire Co. 4173 N. Main St. Utilities FR 6-8565L en Monthly
authorized Payment
Walker Jacks. Factory REALTOR 3330 & 3320 I paneled Florida room gives your family plentyof
Hydraulic Jack
Service Agent. convenient to campus, use of room to grow! Spacious living room and
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. swimming pool. Reason able 3 BR. I bath $550 dn $79.50 j i .
Main FR M497 121f W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned rent. Ph. FR 6-t714.. per mo. separate dining room too. Inspect this big

MORTGAGE MONEY and waxed houses washed. 10yrs. I
Auto Glass 5Vi per cent Interest. Terms to experience. Free estimates. A venient NICELY to furnished town & Phone con 1 en0TTil0mt11imm1mmim1rnimtu1lne one with colonial styling( now. Min. Down FHA
25 Phone FR 25955.ADVZ2STISE. 93
BUY years.- BUILD REFINANCECall FR 6-5981. C SW 10th St. FOR RENT Nothing Down YA
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AUTO GLASS Is our only busi IN ROOM for men close in. singleor 1 Monticello Located at N.E. 31st Aye. and 15th St.
ness. Immediate Installation 825 NW 13 St. Pn. FR 2-2511 THE double, showers. refrigerator. 124 SE 7th St.
free pickup & delivery. Add Dan Byrd Phone FR 2-1981. 416 NE 2ndAve.
beauty & value to car.MAULDINS .
your GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA
i 1 Year Lease $100 per Mo.
AUTO GLASS CO. and conventional loans. Low SALES OFFICE
323 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-1558. 51-A Wanted To Rent
rates. Terms to 25 years. 1228
...... NW 39th Terr. &
"' 011I
W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. Sales Office Located

Sun Want Ads FORDYCE and Associates Inc. Want Ads WANTED ment. 2 furnisned 1 bath.or appart-Price ALL OUR HOMES ARE 4, At NE 23rd Blvd. NW 16th Ave.

Conventional and F.H.A. loans $75 to $85. Call W. T. Grant Co. OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY Tel. FR 2-9545 or
with low rates and long term 376-4273. I SEEING ANYTIME IF and 11th Terrace
loans our specialty. Quick. courteous I [ YOU WILL JUST CALL. Nights and Holidays
Get Results confidential service. Call Get ResultsIVW5TSUNS WANTED unfurnished house outside 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR 1 BUILDERS and DEVELOPERS Phone 372-3471 FR
376-1236 or come by 926 West of city limits. Call between 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 6.9048
University Avenue. Grace For- I I 1:00 AJA. and 4:00 P.M. FR

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s' Mlie .F.r Sit. 73 Music! JuUr.k..

I STRAWBERRIES for sale. 25 ets. RED & white Stanelll accordion' BUICK Spec. '62 Deluxe. V... TIME
quart you pick them.! Just off 128 bass with deluxe case, excellent I Convt. Black, red Interior, new Barkley Motors Falcon e e ON DISPLAY
f Lawtey and State Farm road. condition. Also Slhrertone I 36 Mo. tire. Auto. trans, bucket FR 2-1411
chord organ. 444-3473. seats, extras. Orange Bowl Fairlane
: 14 cw. ft. upright frostless treez- show car. 215. Call FR 2.7959
er In excellent condition. AskInfl PIANO. Upright r e c o ndltion- after i.CADILLAC. T-Bird Courtesy Of
$18*. Call 174-0020. ed and refinished. $125. Music r Monday Tuesday
i major graduating. Phone 374- SEDAN un DeVtlle. Ford University Chevrolet -
: 2 BR: suites I living rm. suite TOP
, with end table & coHee table. I 0451. Loaded with everything. $550. 1806 QUALITY CARSTOPCONDITIONED N. Main St. at 16th Ave.
dinette set. refrfo. & I desk. I REPOSSESSED Janssen mahogany N.W 38m Terrace. Phone J.CHF.VY Trucks
All to modern. CtH FR t-SlU. I spinet piano. Built-in music i Dodge Motor Home
54. 2 R&H !
[ light. Take up payments, no Or. hard-top.
2 TON Fedder1* window type air I town payment. Gainesville Music $oS. 34a engine S49.!. Cant FR The Unexoected from DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS
I Conditioner. guaranteed per : Center 1025 W. Univ. Ave. 4-4803 803 N.W. 36th Ave. FendMustang
I fect. First SIM gets it. Phone Phone 377-5471.
374-1204 or 374-489. CHEVROLET. '54, $50; '54 Buick, POOLE-GABLE Motors
SIM 51 Ford. hardtop only
GOING out of the building bust.ness. 76 Airplane Sales-Rentals $7I|; '55 Cadillac sedan now POOLE-GABLE
Will sell all kUtds and only 12 8. See these can and AND SAVE-SAVE-SAVE!
sizes of doors for V* price. Also LOOK $2990 many more late model clean 119 SE First Art. 119 SE Fist Ave. 372-4343
i aor locks and hinge Variouselectrical 1941 PIPER PA. 22 -.or h.p. cars at B ft G Motor Co. 2001 372-4343
lights and fixtures, Colt. Super Custom Model 2250 NW 13th St. FR 4-7515. 011 DlsplSHAW
also lalousles and awnings windows total aircraft time full blind Inst.
and various types of mould- I CORVAIR Mom 43, equipped
VhFOmnl ,
panel. radio auxiliaryfuel T-BIRD Landau
with radio. heater white side fully equipped
Ing. FR 4-0841 between, It A.M. tank. This 2 place tide I by &
and a P.M. waN tires. I/MO actual miles. air
side sports aircraft cruises 105 Assume payments, small equity. Including conditioning $4995
GOOD used refrigerator, $60. call m.p.lbove! the heat & traffic. WIll consider elder car for -- aqilimMi
FR 4-4284. Can be financed 1-3 down 24 equity. Call owner at 372-841 64 CHEVROLET. ,Super Sports 4-speed KEETER
months or longer on bal. Call .
MUST SELL misc. household FR 2-4351 Cassels-ln- TheAir.. ext. 33 -5 weekdays. trans. 2,500 actual miles. Bucket 230 W. Uninnity _
goods. Moving out of state. Come Inc., Municipal A I r p o rt. Ken Falcon 14% 2-door standard shift.
and rummage all day Sunday or Murray. Excellent condition. Ass u m e seats, radio, heater. Save! . .$3095 FR 2-0503 _
after 4 P.M. weekdays. 418 NW payments. Call FR 2-3542 9 to 5.
fth Ave. AIRCRAFT OWNERS FORD XL, 1963. 10,000 miles A.T.. 59 RENAULT, Dauphine. Extra, extra
NEW Gibson electric guitar and NOTICE R & H, P.S., bucket seats, small
amplifier, 15. Call after 8 pom.V2 YOU Buy -we teach you to fly equity, assume balance. Phone clean. . . . . ;. $695 GAINESVILLEAUTO
-1570. FREE. 1959 Piper Tripacer 4i4-16tU _
DON'T merely brighten your car- 150 HP. 4 place H. wing-130 FORD. 1959 Fairtane. 4 dr. 4 cyt. 63 CHEVROLET Sport Coupe extra SALES
petiBlue Lustre them...eliminate aircraft. 1005 Hrs. 4. rt, automatic transmission
rapid RS lllno. Rent electric total time 100 hrs. s-rruo.h. good tires. 4375 cash. Phone clean. Low mileage . . .$2695 1007 N. Main St.
shampooer $U AAcOanlell on engine, V.H.F. omml radio & 372-4344. Phone FR 2-6313

Furniture Co. Gainesville Shopping L.F. radio. Marker Beacon re- 1951 WWS 63 CORVETTE Sting Ray hardtop and Nocthcentrol Florida
Center. ceiver, full blind flight. Inst. FORD station wagon ,

.. panel a clean beautiful air. auto Excellent trans condition.Thunderbird Ph. 372-886 engine.. soft tops . . . . .$3995 Largest
HOOVERUpright craft can be bought on the time Independent Dealer
payment plan with 1-3 down & 3 LANCER 41, mod-770 4 Dr. _tick, -- --
new $69. 5. used yrs. on baL $4,99000. Call FR new tires. 39.000 mi. Bal. $940. 56 FORD, Fairlane 4-dr. sedan. Extra

Like new.GUARANTEED>> Municipal 2-6351. Cassels-ln-The-Air Airport. Gainesville Inc.. Mr. Batwin 374-44W. clean . . . . . $595
KIRBY SALES & SERVICE Fla.. Ken Murray. MG-TD Roadster 1953, 2 new LOOKINGFOR
/ 711 N. Main. FR 4-711 or 6-1117. tires. needs engine repairs.
4 Place Aeronca 15 AC. New paint Sound body must sell. $400. Call 55 FORD, Convertible auto. tr ns., I

BRAND NEW new SMOH fabric, hangered., new Interior.Mark 45 hr.11. 374-8140 anytime. radio heater. Good top . $595 VALUE?
OLDS 140. 2-door. factory stick.
$3195.00. Call FR 2-3543 after wIg711JMERCURY
1964 UNIVERSAL ZIG ZAG. 5:30 P.M. Good cond. $175. 154 OLDS. 62 AUSTJN HEALEY Mark II"'3000'
makes button holes, appliques Good running cond. $200. Ronnie SEE THESE

.fancy. stitches, sews on buttons Young 372-507. roadster .. . . . . .$2095
Only stt or W.SO per mo.
Ill W. Univ. Ave. 374-1075. Free Automotive RAMBLER Classic 143. White 2- 59 CHEVROLET
delivery within' 35 miles. dr., power steering. R&H. Can be
refinanced or take up payments. Impala 4-door hardtop black
THE best costs less. Heat water 77 Mobil. Homes for Sale Excellent cond. FR 2-592. with red Interior. V-8 auto-
for less with Phllgas from Full- OPEN SUNDAY 2-6P.M. matic, power steering power
SELL 1963
gas Inc. Phone 376-5391. TWO bedroom house trailer $900 OWNER MUST Spit- brakes, radio and heater.
fire. Here is your
PIANO. Upright reconditioned and one bedroom house trailer $720. white walls.
at excellent ,
a real sports car an
Can be rented. Phone 37M234:
refinished. S125. Music major
graduating. Phone 3720451. Monday to Friday 9 to 5. price. Call FR 23032. 63 PONTIAC, 2dr.. hardtop, loaded $1045
BRING out the best In your car.
US .30 cal. Ml carbine new condition SPECIAL THIS WEEK Superior Auto painting & body including factory: "air . . .$2995 K
with 30 rds. of hunting 10x50 Mobile home and SOxinj work. Fast dependable service 57 CHEVROLET
ammo. $75. Call FR 28268. lot. $(,895. 1 mile S. of Palnes free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S Belalr, 4-door, V-8 auto III
MAALOX ............... 17 cents Prairie. All State Mobile Homes.FR BODY WORKS 2031 NW 4th St. 62 CHEVROLET, Impala 4-dr. sedan. matic. radio and heater. 2-
Lady Brook Shoe color ....II.2LCDI'S 43052.FEDERAL .. FR 69707.LEAVING Air conditioned too! . . .$2295 tone paint. White walls. Powir NO FINER CAR IN ITS
PHARMACY must sell at once 62 Impala steering power brakes. I
IK Central Plaza (next to Wlnn HOMES auto trans. radio PRICE CLASS
QUALITY conv. 60 CHEVROLET Impala 4-dr. sedan.
Dixie) For prescriptions & cos heater power steering. Call after I $745
metics. I. D. L. Drugstore. 4820 NW 13th $f. 441 South 5 FR 24460. Cleanest one in this area : . .$1695
ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna Gainesville 372-5113 VW '63 Micro-Bus. deluxe model I. 57 DESOTA
Double stack: complete. Nothing Hours S to 8, Sunday 11 to 7
radio, curtains low mileage sedan.
heater 1100-D 4-dr. Radio
else to buy. $15. Brants.Sll Service Is a must with us. front 63 FIAT 2-door, hardtop. Automatic. *

NW. 8th Avenue. NOW SHOWING seat. Price very $2.15.clean.Melton Split Motors. heater . . . . .$1295 radio, power heater brakes.power 2-tone steering sales up 13IX!1 No Better Value

SEEING IS BELIEVING 1944 MOBILE HOMES 703 N. Main' SU FR 571. Pi Int. 4 brand new whit

FOR rebuilt washing machines and, 2 and 3 bedrooms an Floor 140 4-door V- S a y e y Plymouth 58 FIAT. Spyder . . . .$795 _'U.. -. Around!
dishwashers refrigerators Plans. Terms tailored to meet heater stick shift. $900. See at
appliance repairs call Dan at FR your budget. Drive a little and 1106 N.E. *th Ave. or call FR 2- $795
save a lot at 1446. 61 FALCON ((2 to choose from) 2-dr.

First HANDYMAN In appliance repairs.SHOP CONNOLLYMobile Home Sales Inc. FOR SALE. 1961 Volkswagen. Portion and 4-dr. Sharp! . . .$1295 56 CHEVROLET
2 Miles North on U. S. 441 of equity and take up pay-
ALMOST new large electric range. ments. Phone FR 4-1144. Belalr 4-door V-8 automatic
150. Crosley electric refrigerator Phone 422-8144 Radio heater. 2-tone EASY TERMS!
$oU. or sao for both. Almost Closed Sundays CASH for your old car. H & H Mot Test the Sunbeam "Imp"A aaint. White walls.
new record player $40 or exchange ors. 1636 SE 3rd Ave.
for tape recorder. Will 40MODELS PLYMOUTH 55 I9S $695 INSTANT APPRAISALS!
Car features
for 16 Sports
pay some difference right CHEVY 54 $100 Unique
recorder. Call FR 4-4135. FORD 52 $125 uea r a

Chairs, low as S3. No money FROM LOWEST PRICES, FORD pick up truck $265
down, low as S5 per month.! SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. AI Herndon 916 S.E. 4th St. 56 FORD sales 131% in *
I just
Free estimates, pickup and de TRAILER MARTHwy. 62 CHEVY Impala convertible. in 0 40 Miles per gallon of gasoline tt-ton pick up. V-8 radio, are op a year
livery service. All work guaran good condition assume payments *eater, 4 new tires. on the World's Durability Champion! WIDE MODEL SELECTION
teed. Phone 374-7784. 17. Phone 338-1050 of $71 per mo. Call FR 0 5,000 mile service interval '
NOW you cart enjoy| cooking with OPEN WEEKDAYS 4-2877 between A.M. & 4 P.M. $345 -S.m.period 64 rc 63CRANE

Gas range, used. Installed UNTIL 9 p.m.
FREE with our LP gas. $45 SUNDAYS 1 TO 6
complete. Propane LP Gas. EAST PALATKA. FLORIDAOnly 87 Automobiles Wonter I $1495 Raulerson :
SW Archer Road. Phone FR 6- Lincoln-Mercury
5110. 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES
SAVE to $1SOO Wanted 1950 thru 154 Fords Motors
USED Chain Saws $SO up. New BANK FINANCING and Chevrolets. 916 S.E. 4th
4 hp saws $89.95. We repairall NEW,' 1V wide 'mobile homes St. AI Herndon Service Station.VOLKSWAGEN.
chain saws & lawn mowers. P.O.E. 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD "It's Easy to Trade With Crane LincolnMercury"50G
Chain saw rentals. McCulloch Town A Country Trailer Sales
i 3860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 22290.
Wisconsin and Briggs, Stratton
dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR Trailer and 100' x 150' lot with Home 372-5285 E. University Ave. FR 2-4251
of A-1

43411.CLOSE together septic tank or separate.and well.Phone Will sell FR BarkleyMolors CARS-TRUCKSJEfPS Used Can I ., _" ._ ._ .'.N. .

OUT SALEOn M075 after S p.m. ___ ._ __ H- -- ,
9Be Roll
Wallpaper. -- -
HARPER PAINT CO. 1958 FLEETWOOO 10x45 2 bed-
room, awning and fence $2500.00
10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366 Paradise Trailer Court FR 2-
"In the Auto Game Berkley's the Name"
REMINGTON 12 ga. pump. 30

kit Inch shells barrel, and full case.choke.Like cleaning new 3270.WYATT MILLER-BROWN 2201 N.: Main FR 2.4373 HAWES POWER S MOTOR CO.

condition. $75. 372-8241. ,,'__
HOTPOINT chest type deep freez. I 1030 E. Univ. owu SMITTY SAYS
er In excellent condition. $100. FR 2.3582 :
Trailer SalesHome
Phone 372-0115 or see at 1110 NE

IP 3rd hard SOMEONE St.of hearing In your encourage family him Is pacemaker Shasta and Mobile Airstream of Homes New Car Sales Have Been Terrific!

to enloy the benefits of a hear. Travel Trailers
ing aid. Ocala's First Mobile Home I
GAINESVILLE CO.HEARINGAID Dealer Since 1948 We're loaded with locally owned new car trade-ins AND we are still tearing
1923 Silver Springs Blvd.
4H N. Main St. FR 4-0095. Phone Ocala 42-135l Fla.IT'S down and renovating our lot, that's why we have to move these cars. We need i
35 German.
XACTA camera. mm. "
Telephone FR 23311. Mrs. Son- FOOLISHto \ the room to work!
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14-foot. $70.. GOOD Call 475-W20.CONDITION. pay less.more.Payments GET RECKLESS THE as low REAL as TO A. '<:::;I. :-"*\.;:.. TRY US THIS WEEK!

$57.2 per month with S300 down.
70 Beats-Marine Equi,

Mobile LAKE Homes GENEVA Sales If You don't like these low prices .
14 REGAL LANCER Cabin Cruiser Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia.

and trailer. Phone 2-5489. 2 BR trailer. Sale rent, lease or
12 FT. v-bottom plywood boat. trade. Call 442-1754.
Bottom fiberglassed. Trailer. FOR SALE or rent 1951 8x35' mobile -
25 H. P. Motor. and Ski Equipment home 2 BR, full bath plus 1ECONOMY MAKE US AN OFFER!
$250.00 374-5908 after 4.00 t x 26 divided furnished cabana. -
P.M., or anytime weekends. Priced reasonably. 221 SW 1st

30" CABIN cruiser with trailer. St.
40 HP Mercury. Sleeps 3. Many AMERICAN IV X 46', 1 BR.}
extras. Phone FR 23357. 1960 kitchen lot. 29, Hlckwy 64 FORD, 4dr. Galoxie 500, automatic, R&H, PS, Air Cond., New! $3295 -:
15" Crosby Fiberglass boat with HilL Call 3723155.I960

50 all HP In excellent Evlnrude condition.motor trailer Good excellent PACEMAKER.condition.10x50 12,900 ft. 2 BR.Lot 64 FORD, 4-dr. Galaxie 500, automatic, R&H, PS, like new .... ..-.$299

buy at SI 100. May be seen at 29. Shady Nook Court. FR -

Gator Marine. 4-4302 64 CHEVROLET, 2-dr. hardtop, PS, PB, R&H, Automatic, V-8 ...... ....$3395
W fiberglass boat with 35 h.p.

trols.Evtnrvoe.2017 trailer NE 17th top Ter.81$450.con 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 63 CHEVROLET, 4dr. hardtop, PS, PB, R&H, Automatic, V-8 .... ......$2695

14' SPORT RUN-ABOUT 30 HP For Sale 1961 Chevrolet half- 63 PLYM Fury 4-dr. hardtop. PS R&H Air Con d. cream puff $2895
big twin Evlnrude motor. Trailer ton. Coll FR 2-29-40 after six. u.
large round bed box
springs FR 2-2413 end or legs.125 Excellent N. W. 60th cond.St. 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals DIESEL 63 BUICK, Riveria 2-dr. hardtop, PS, PB, AC, Pow. seats and wind .. $3995

12 PLYWOOD fishing beat fiberglass RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn 63 SAAB, 4-speed, radio,. heater, just like new, SAVE . .... ........ $1195
bottom. trailer. $75. Phone the USA. from United Rent-
FR 4-WJ7 after 5:00 P.M. Alls 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 4-7835. NOW ON DISPLAY AT
63 RAMBLER, 4-dr. American, a real good buy, come see and save. $1395

72 Office Equipment 83 Motorcycles & Scooters

CRANE LINCOLN-MERCURY 63 VW, Kombi station wagon, 7,000 miles. Just like new .. .... ........$1545
GAINESVILLE'S largest volume office

Office supply Equipment dealer.Co. Invites Chesnufs you VESPA Cost ,near like with Immediate. accessories sale. 63 BUICK, Special 4-dr. wagon, radio, heater, sharp SAVE .... ........$1895

tree to coma delivery.In' and"Chesnufs shop. or call Office for 1185. CaM 371-7178 506 E. UNIV. AVE. 'FR 24251No 62 CHEV, 4-dr. sedan, automatic, R&H, real sharp. Come see. .... $1595
Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. 84

Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP 62 VW, Sunroof, real nice. Compare this car and price anywhere ....$1395

ORGAN. SALEOf Your car's l show r
Christmas Len oven. An UP with a tune-up pep at power BROWN'S 62 VALIANT, _4dr. heater, 16,000 actual miles. Just broken in .... . $_1345
to 30
new organs. Savings up SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed

per 702 W.cent.Univ.Earns" Ave.Piano 3722221SPINET Co. recapping 809 N. Main.I FR wheel 4-4310.alignment. 62 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. Crown hardtop, fully equipped incl. air cond. $3595

finish! with Piano matching used bench Mahogany$395. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE Down Payment! 61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr. wagon, ((2)) PS, PB, R&H, Auto, AC, sharp cars $1295
GrWIey Music Co. FR 2-5353.

ONE upright piano bi good condition BUICK. 1953 Special radio. helter 61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr. sedan, V-8, automatic, radio, heater. Clean .... $995
price $158 or best offer. straight shift seat belts, good

Call sea at FR 1318 2-1744.SW or 14th come St. by and condition.FR 6-7at.2837 NE fits SU Call I I 21! months before YOUR first 61 SPRITE, convertible, real nice sports car. See & Save . ............ $945

60 DODGE, 4dr. hardtop, Auto, PS, R &H, Air Cond., Sharp. ........ $795

Haven't You Heard ? Payment is due. (July 2 1964)) ,


These cars are completely reconditioned. Some have new point jobs,

1964 RAMBLER some have brand new tires. Every one of them is ready to sol! 59 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. hardtop Fury, Auto, PS, R&&H, perfect car .... $845

59 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. Crown hardtop, fully equipped including air ...... .$1095

The Lowest-Priced American-Built car. STOCK NO. YEAR MAKE MONTHLY PAYMENT I 58 BUICK, 4-dr. sedan, PS, PB, Auto, radio, heeter, Air cond. ...-.. . ..$595

Delivered at Ridgway Motor Co. for I 55 CHEVROLET, 2dr. automatic, heater, drives real good .. .... . .,$195
59-A 60 FALCON 2-dr. $48.00

I 54 _CHEVROLET, 2-dr. automatic, radio, heater, new tires ...... ........... 5295
only: 157-A 59 RAMBLER, 4dr., $46.50

82-A 59 MERCURYRAMBLER $53.75 58 CHEVROLET, Good transportation for you See and Save .... . ....$195

138-A 59 Wagon $53.75

$176300PLUS 36-B 59 OPEL, 2-dr. $31.00

202-A 59 BORGWARD, 2-dr. $24.006A I 60 CHRYSLER u .... ....$1395 60 PLYMOUTH .. . .... . $745

58 FORD, 4-dr. $34.00 New Yorker 4-dr. hardtop fully equipped. 2-d. hardtop. Aut.matic radio heater, real ....r'.

TAX. TAG & TITLE 51-A 57 IMPERIAL Loaded, nice. $46.50

Top Trade-in Allowance 33-C 57 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. $31.00

Easiest Possible Terms. 134-B 150-B 57 57 FnQn FORD.4.dr.Watton $24.00'4.00 Hawes Powers Motor Co.

1rn-B 57 STII neaewe4.wnaon !eta nn i -

Your New Rambler is
U-17 55 CHF.V.. 2-dr. N'ce. $31.00

Waiting for You at: Lots of Other Models for Less Money! i I SEE: J. L. Smith. Frank Gray, Wilbur SJigh Mae McCullough. .

; Plymouth-Valiant-ChrysIer-lmperial-Simca, Sales and Service

Ridgway Motors Ridgway Motor Co. a i "We will not be undersold or outtraded"I

1132 S. Main St. FR 2.8433 1132 South Main St. FR 2-8433 312 N. Main St. FR 63400i

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