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Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Gainesville Fla
Gainesville Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 21, 1964
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Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
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v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.


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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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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.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER shchev Monday, with cooperation line with need," Johnson declared

# from Britain as the other in his AP speech, "we
r. further improvement in U.S. main nuclear power, do not require tension while maintainingall
inspection and so far as necessary power."
Soviet relations should result
A is known were decided
R- 4 ft WASHINGTON (AP) U.S. from the newly announced plansof for internal. reasons.primarily When the President's speechwas

and Soviet announcements of President Johnson and Pre- released at 2 p.m. EST the
mier Khrushchev to cut back Certainly in the case of the
parallel plans to reduce production United Soviet News agency Tass simul.
States, the President
R fT production of nuclear explosives -
V 5 of nuclear weapons mate- made clear that this taneously released a statementthat
country no
rial brought questions from Washington officials Khrushchev was halting
P longer needs to produce pluto-
some members of Congress today said today. nium and enriched uranium work on two reactors designedto

as to how Soviet good faith The hope in government nuclear weapons materialsatthe produce plutonium, that he

could be checked. quarters here is that such level of which it is capable.He would "substantially" cut back
An aerial photograph of downtown Gainesville indicates that the area's face is Comment at the Capitol tend. moves, which have been build had decided on the reduction production of uranium 235 and

changing. In the lower left corner is the new federal building. Just above that is ed to split on partisan lines. ing up now for several months, before advising Khrushchev of would allocate more nuclear
B & G Motors which is planning a move. Toward the upper left corner is the old will: his intention to make the announcement materials for peaceful uses.

University Chevrolet headquarters which is being torn down. Left of that is the remodeled Republican said it appearedan which he made U.S. officials said there was
Gainesville Sun. Along the top of the picture-just below the parking lot- informal agreement had -Create a more favorable at. Monday. no deal among Johnson, Khrushchev
is the now vacant lot where doctors offices stood in an old house not long ago. Then been reached lacking provisionsfor mosphere for disarmament ne- What the President announced and British Prime Minister

t there's the courthouse and the planned new city hall. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) inspection and verification. gotiations. in a speech to an Associated Sir Alec Douglas Home.

Many Democrats approved the -Brighten the prospects for Press luncheon in New York There is no provision for inspection

Court Tries decision President Johnson an- actual East-West agreement to was "a further substantial reduction among the three pow.

i Adopt UniversityConstruction nounced Monday in an addressto bring the nuclear arms race in our production of en- ers to see that the announced
The Associated Press in New under control. riched uranium to be carriedout plans are carried out and criticsof

To Prevent York. They stressed belief thatit -Initiate measures to discourage over a four-year period." this kind of disarmament by
was based on conclusions of surprise attack. He had announced an initial "mutual example" assert this

RulesBy American military authoritiesthat Disarmament by international cutback in his State of the Union is a weakness of the arrange I

'StallIn'NEW the United States no longer agreement, however, will require message last Jan. 8. He said ment. This comment was heard
needed to add to its stockpile of international inspection Monday that the cuts he has
frequently on Capitol Hill.
nuclear weapons material. in the Soviet Union now ordered add up to a 20
arrangements per
YORK (AP) The DONALD NORTH Bailey proposed that the Administration officials say,
World's Fair auto "stall-in" set Board of Control submit to the The President's action requires as well as in the Western cent decrease in plutonium out however, that there is no perilto I
for opening day Wednesday is TALLAHASSEE (AP) Witha Cabinet architect semi detailed no formal approval by countries, according to long. put and a 40 per cent decreasein U.S. security or the asserted
$75 million university construction Congress but undoubtedly will standing U.S. policy. So far, no the manufacture of enriched
on despite a court order forbid. architectural designs, uses American lead in nuclear weap-
program in the works, figure in floor debates later breakthrough is in sight on this uranium.
ding it civil of the buildings! budget figures on
rights organizers
the Florida Cabinet adopted and a program for each univer military policy and budgets.In critical inspection issue. "By bringing production in (See NUCLEAR on Page 2)

say.They building rules fcday aimed at sity. disclosing the cutback, The production cuts announced
plan to have 2,000 cars preventing what it called monuments Johnson said, "I am happy to by Johnson and Khru-
"run out of gas" on major ac to architects from getting Secretary of State Tom say that Chairman Khrushchev

.''< cess roads to the fairgrounds in past the design: stage.At Adams recalled a new builds n g- .has now indicated to pie that he Registrar Returns Report
i Queens, snarling traffic to call the urging of State Scho o l' at the University of Florida that Intends to make a move in this EditorialsIn I
attention to civil rights campaigns Supt. Thomas D. Bailey the was not functional, and said the same direction. .
here. The restrainingorder Cabinet Board of Education instructed Cabinet did not learn of extrasin Shortly after Johnson's an Sun WinU. Of JuryCan't Read It I

issued Monday, would architect Forrest Kel- the design until planning had nouncement the White House
make the organizers subject to ley of the university Board of proceeded beyond the turn- disclosed that since last Oct. 10 Registration Supervisor Mrs. She said she would not comment

contempt of court citations. Control to follow an eight step round point. when the nuclear test-ban treaty S. AwardNEW Alma Bethea this morning sent on the contents of the report .
procedure in approving designs.The Adams said the Board of Control became effective her copy of yesterday's grand that cited
the United approximately.
Newspaper reports of plans to of rules should jury report of improper registra-
purpose the said give architects guidance States has obtained 4,500 faulty registrations in the
also tie up fair-bound subwayand Gov. Farris Bryant, was to in designing buildings that information important YORK H. G. Davis, tions back to State Attorney T. Gainesville precincts investigated
from its underground
commuter trains were denied a member of the GainesvilleSun E. (Ted) Duncan for a
keep the Cabinet informed in were not "way out, with pillars more by the state attorney's office
testing .
by Marshall England, each stage of design and construction and fountains and the like. program.A editorial board, received a readable report.' until she has read the full re.
chairman of the Manhattan and to assure that new "You can't just turn the architects report to Johnson by Secretary $500 Sidney Hillman Foundation She said her carbon copy of port.
chapter of the Congress of Racial buildings were compatible with loose," Adams commented of Defense Robert S. Mc- prize award for editorial writ- the 18 page report was so illeg-

Equality. existing structures and without "Be sure the guidance is Namara. and Chairman GlennT. ing today at a luncheon in New ible in places it was impossibleto Copies of the grand jury's
Seaborg of the Atomic Energy
artistic frills. firm enough." York. read. presentment will be sent to Gov.
"These statements were made "We want to be Kelley said a problem in Commission disclosed that "I would have to be guessingat Farris Bryant and Secretary of
our step-
The awards recognize out
by our enemies, England said. the U.S. test had been "
harmonious," said the Governor. by-step checkoff of the construction program some of the word s, Mrs. State Tom Adams, the state attorney's
Nevertheless, police and the more extensive than the 20 underground standing published or produced Bethea explained. office reported.
transit authority were preparingfor "But the architects want program would be prevent. explosions announced works relating to the ideals expressed -

any transport jam-up that each building to be better than ing costly time delays in projects during the last eight months. by Hillman as promoting .
might develop. anyone else's. How are we goingto not approved by the Cabi. "Important information has "an America that will haveno

Newspapers have said that stop them (without rules)?" net. been obtained on new weapons sense of insecurity and

secret plans call for CORE designs and weapons effects," which will make it possible for Cuba Hurls Threat

"foot soldiers" those without they said. The highest-yield all groups, regardless of race,
carsto pull emergency cordson New Race FlareupHits nuclear device ever detonatedin creed or color to live in friend

fairbound trains, and load up the continental United States ship, to be real 1
ticket lines at fair entrances was fired underground at the neighbors; an Over Air FlightsHAVANA

without buying tickets. Nevada test site. Weapons effects America that
There were reports that traf. JacksonvilleJACKSONVILLE tests have been carried out will carry its
fie snarl-ins will be conductedin underground and others are being great missionof (AP-The Castro One American reconnaissanceplane

other cities In sympathy with planned and prepared." helping other % government Monday night rejected a high-altitude U2, was
the New York demonstration. (AP) Policemen city president of the National Members of the Senate-House countries to ; U.S. claims to the rightto shot down over Cuba during the

Chicago and Detroit were worked extended shifts Association for the Advancement Atomic Energy Committee were help them send reconnaissance planesover October 1962 missile crisis, apparently
among the larger cities where today in the wake of a wave of of Colored People, Rut. briefed on the cutback in nuclear selves." Cuba and warned that it by the same kind of

traffic jams will be developed, vandalism and racial unrest ledge Pearson. weapons material production Davis, who will defend Cuban air space. missile the Russians are expected
civil rights leaders said. that shattered a three weeks Four white members resigned in secret Monday. After has been writing Foreign Minister Raul Roa to turn over to Cuban controlsoon.

James Farmer, national director truce. from the executive committee. ward, Rep. Chet Holifield, D- a limited Davis signed a threatening note to the .

of CORE, who suspendedthe Sit-in demonstrations resumedthe Calif., who presided at the number of editorials for the Sun U.S. government after Washington
Two bus drivers and A State Department spokesman -
group's Brooklyn chapterfor a gar following day and Pearson meeting, said he considered it since September, 1962, acceptedthe warned that its planes will
in Washington said Monday
truck worker all white
bage countinue to Cuba and
proposing the stall-in, disclosed called Sunday for Negroes to a "reasonable action. Atomic award at a luncheon at New fly over
men reported to ,police they that of Soviet missiles U.s. flights over Cuba "area
Monday plans for "mas boycott Jacksonville businesses.He Energy Commission officials York's Commodore HoteL
attacked bands of teen- would substitute for the on-sight inspection
were by create "a
sive civil disobedience" at the urged them to purchase conducted the briefing. The editorials, dealing with against them
to the Soviets
agreed by

in sectionin
fair Wednesday. age Negroes a Negro only essential food and medicine Holifield said several committee Gainesville's racial tension last highly dangerous in October but
1962, which
downtown Jacksonville. In his note delivered to Swiss
He declined to say how many There incidents to put economic pressureon members had become concerned summer and the community'sefforts Ambassador Emil Stadelhofer Fidel Castro refused to permit"The
were numerous
demonstrators would take partor merchants. two years ago that the to solve the problem, included spokesman noted that the
of vandalism, mostly broken for transmission to the United
what form the protest would Some downtown restaurants Pentagon was not actually fig. those selected as best in reconnaissance flights
windows the after States Roa were
take. But he defined civil disobedience through have refused to go along with uring its true requirements for the nation by Sigma Delta Chi, started before the OS.-Soviet
and This "The U.s. would
as an "act which could noon evening. was a others in accepting Negro cus- nuclear explosives but simplywas professional journalistic society, government missile crisis, were continued to
of vandalism which bear responsibility exclusivelyfor
cause one to get arrested." He type accompanied tomers and NAACP picket and asking for all the AEC on April 6. this sit- check Soviet nuclear missilesout
racial unrest dangerous
said no violence would result. month previous and in I960. a sit-in demonstrators have made plants could produce. The Hillman award, made annually uation creating by violating national air of Cuba and will be maintained
President Johnson is ,scheduled ago them their targets. Studies for the 14
Some of were by the past years, was and ignoring internationallaw. to guard against reintroduction
to visit the fair for the of. remainingleaders a There were indications the committee at that time andMonday's based On recommendations of space." of such missiles
fleW inauguration ceremonies. helped buying boycott was not fully announcement was in judges Alan Earth chief editorial -"The of Cuba which could threaten the U.s.
the the three government
Farmer said demonstrationshave keep peace past effective. A newsman who line with the results of those in- writer for the Washingt mainland.

been planned for the fair weeks,alive.sought ways to keep the walked through downtown department quiries, be said. Post; William L. Shirer, author does claimed not by recognize the UJS. governmentfor any right

pavilions of New York city group Sixteen out of and variety stores However, Rep. Craig Hosmer, and commentator; and HowardK. such violation and rejects
York State General Motors Negroes pulled found several Negro R-Calif. Smith ABC commentator.See Bulgarian
New the 70-member committee last women as a committee member entirely its note of March 1:1, .

England, Ford, and, Schaefer the states Beer of, New Mississippi week, among them the state and (See JAX on Page 2) (See REACT on Page 2) ( AWARD on Page 2) 1964 its, in aim which to it ratifies maintain cynically these President Dies

Maryland, Louisiana, spying flights over Cuba terri
Illinois, Florida and Missouri. SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP-Pres-

The stall-in restraining order Woods for FiresBy tory'These blackmailing and Ident Dimitri Ganev of Bulgaria

issued in State Supreme CourtIn Ripe threatening statements will not died Monday night after a long

Queens forbids any attemptto frighten the Cuban people or illness, the Bulgarian news
tie up highway travel to the prevent them from defendingwith agency BTA announced today.He .
fair. HAROLD RUMMEL, Sun Staff Writer winter. Now it's gone," Branch said. And recent rainfall has been dignity and courage their was 71.
The woods around Alacbua drying -and some are below normal "
\ County are up sovereignty and their rights.
Ganev, a founder of the Bulgarian -
burning up. During March a total of 2.8 inches was tallied at the Florida Roa said the Cuban government Communist party,
WHERETO Dry weather has teamed with the ravages of fire to destroy more Forest Service headquarters, Branch told the Sun. The average for "has protested repeatedly served in various high posts un
than 130 acres in the county during the last week. March is 127 inches he added. And April is running well below against these flagrant violations der the Stalinist regime after

There have been six serious fires. normal of Cuba's sovereignty and the the postwar Communist take
FIND IT County Ranger Gene Branch issued stern words of warning most elementary principles of
He fell from in 1952
"If it's so dry that flowers need watering, the woods are over. grace
this morning to residents who be planning on burning any your international law which endanger -
may rule of and lost his post as foreign
a rough
dry enough to barn Branch said providing
.. Comics . . 16 thing anytime soon. international peace4and se- trade minister.He .
Classified . 17.19 He said the woods are ripe for a blow-up" fire that could demeasure for residents.He curity."
Entertainment ;. 15 stroy hundreds of acres of woods lands and be almost impossible warned against all unnecessary burning. Prime Minister Fidel Castro returned to politics in 1957

Obituaries ... . 2 to .control The fire danger index of 1.100 is now at 90. Branch Branch said that if the wind becomes right and a small fire had warned in a speech Sunday as a member of the party's
Opinion Page . 4 said. like any of the six that have been fought during the last week gets night that Cuba would no longer Politburo and was named president

'''Sports . ... 11.13 He explained that a rating of 50 is considered dangerous. The started in the right place, it may be uncontrollable. tolerate violations of its sovereignty a year later, succeedingthe

Women . . 8 rating is computed by weighing conditions that include rainfall. During the last week, flames destroyed 10 acres near the Airport by American planes and late Georgi Damyanov as
I The last rain fell on Alacfeaa County more than three weeks ago. 24 acres near Archer, 55 acres near Waldo, 10 acres on the implied the use of force to stop chairman of the Presidium of

"People don't seem to realize that all the rain we had was last Lake Road and 30 acres at Hague. such flights. the National Assembly.t .

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ACCIDENTS .. Weather Roundup Road Sign

I Not Much to Shout Aboutto I 'DO 'HAPPEN'COLUMBUS s' '- RemovalIs

_, By JAMES MARLOW deaL, explain why this: country I It's possible that moves like I Ohio (AP) -

Associated Press News Analyst But that probably won't stop should produce what it did not I this one by both countries may When members of the Ohio OpposedTALLAHASSEE

WASHINGTON .(AP-Almost! suspicions about the whole busies need, no matter what the Russians lead to better understanding, Newspaper Association ,,!sIted .

19 years of cold war secrecy,' although it would be hard did. but that's for extra. Lockbourne Air Force Base, (AP) Secretary -
and all that In skepticism -- 801st Air Division officials ZONESB
means of State Tom Adams
C, D -, Generally fair
about Communists, has took opportunity ,to show through Wednesday. Low tonight b.tA= looked upon removal of political

had a freezing effect on the the visitors the Strategic Air 53 to 65. High Wednes- \ signs from the state's highwayss

American mind. : Command trophy awarded day 80 to 85. Mostly south and 1.Lt et_ leading to voter apathy and
: _____ the base for 53,000 accident- throwing the to the
:The reaction to a Communist southeast 5 to 15 mile winds.A n\ F campaign
free flyhIl"hours. candidate with the most money.
move, even Partly/ cloudy antf warm thiS Adams
made the
when, it sounds'Anal"sis afternoon. tonight and Wednesday. statement
Bat. in the semi dark
Low tonight In 60s high Wednesday during a news conference
peacefuJ, 1s .at.VI13t crowded room, the man 76 to M.
: \ E. F H. I Generally fair ThragPiWedMsday. after learning that State
\ TIt most predictiews carrying the trophy shunn Low tonight In M*. HlgD R load Department Chairman
Wednesday u to wfotty tourn
able. I
led. In the silence that flowed Mit 4 to U mil* winds.O. John Phillips had ordered his
: Suspicions of i the crash when It J Partly cloudy tIVoutfWtd-
( was
: ntMiy. Ftw thowor* mo tiy III,,,, road crews to remove any signs
the Soviet Union determined both bearer and and m mlng. Low toni,,,, 70 to 71 Mating the state's 1941 law
high Wednesday 10 to U. Ettttrly
popped ul1 : trophy coffered DO permanent 1t t. M miles wtMt.1C regulating outdoor advertising.A .
immediately in ::11 Partly clowdy, ft* JtatUrtdthowtrt
damage), an officer through Wednesday Low \gae' 1942 attorney general's opinion -
after President \
Congress Monday tonight tS h'OWHnaadl., 12. East .
"There It
Johnson announced to anA sIghed 10 e Ie eriy u to M mile winds. classed political signs and
U- I hope we can win it again GAINESVILLE WEATHER posters> with commercial adver-
? luncheon in New York disclosedin and ..1W'It In 1964. ." ALMANAC -Municipal Airport readings ting.

Premier Khrushchev Sunlit? today 7.00 $.m. for 24 hours to 8 ajn. today: Adams vowed to take up the
Sunrise tomorrow I:" un.
cutting LL .
Moscow were
they Moonset tomorrow 3J4 a.m. High 85 at 3-4 p.m., low 53 at matter with the 1965 Legislature
production of material for nu : : Full Moon April it 6 No rain.TEMPERATURES.
:. wilt streaks appearing momentarily ajn. saying he planned to draft for
clear weapons. ; : Skin In the sky tonight will bo meteor CUEWHERIHiglt consideration bill
DivingRestrictions of The Lyrld snower. Appearing to relate Uw Prtel,. a clarifying
The suspicions went like this: _: from the general, direction of Jacksonville $4 59 the law regarding political signs.
the star, Vega they return every Miami 71 74
"How do we know Khrushchev ywr at this sims.MAINI Tampa 17 70 Enforcing the law against po-

will keep his word'Will he let FORECAST Atlanta New Orleans .0 63 64 57 itical signs, he said, would force

us into Russia to check to makes : EAST OULFl South and souTheast New lessen York .7 41 21 U .W.u the candidates to spend large
re? We need proof." In short, winds nUdl).18 IS knots Through Wed Washington' 51 .s ..uChlclgo sums of money-If they had It- .
PossibleTRENTON $6 49 .2J
is he up to tricks? Kansas City 7t $6 .62 on fees for signs and posters or
t* CEDAR KEY TIRES Denver U 3t .03 to limit their
campaigns to
Discuss FICUS Course Wednesday High at 11:42 UI'I. and ft. Wortra 12 U .04
?But all this overlooks the The weekend 11:30 p.m. Low at 5:15 ajn. and .:" Los An5eiu Sd $0n newspaper, radio and television
point: I n this case it doesn't drowning of a SCUBA diver in pm. Semis 41 .53 advertising.Voter .

matter whether he's playing About 65 persons registered for the sixth annual Florida Nursing Home a Gilchrist County cavern could apathy would result, he

tricks or not. Johnson said this short course yesterday at the J. HUlls Miller Health Center. Discussing the lead to legislation against diving Cases Are HeardIn said, from removing the signs I

country has more material for program above are (left) Franklin S. Cuyler, president of the Florida.Nursing in watery caverns. from the eyes of the people. 1

weapons than it needs. Home Association; Robert V. Noble, short course coordinator for the Florida "We would be denying ourselves

Institute for Continuing Studies; and Marguerltte Clagget, education chair.' County Judge Miller Lang a great deal of public consciousness 1
"Therefore, continuing' to produce Florida Association. The is 'designed to said yesterday he plans to seek
without needing it is man for the ,Nursing course promote Circuit Court that the public needsto
it -
the .
it understanding between administrators, staff, patients and community. legislation.He have" he said.
wasting money. put,
: "We must cot oper- -' plans to ask Rep. Howell I Phillips said last week he :
thjs! way
ate} a WPA nuclear project just Blind Over 5 JO' Years Rain Soaks Lancaster and Sen. Etter Usherto A 36-year-old man was sentenced plea of guilty on charges of 'would continue to remove all

to provide employment when introduce a ban against cave to serve from six monthsto transporting moonshine. Judge signs, political end otherwise,
diving in the next session of the that violated the law. He told !
our needs have been met. four years in prison yesterday Patten ordered a pre-sentence
She's Had; 'y'MIAMI of Broad AreaBy Legislature.If The Associated Press yesterday
The Soviets have the same ear Sight I for breaking mba NW !th Investigation before passing, the road department ,attorney
Avenue appliance store. sentence.
of overproduction of it can't be passed as a researched the law and decided
nuclear problem material, as do CAP) :Miss Bessie stored vision appeared, letters THE ASSOCIATED PRESS statewide law, he said he would Circuit Court Judge GeorgeL. Arraigned were James political signs came under the
weapon blinded attack oi t in from all Wet and Patten passed the sentence .O'Brien Thompson Jr. and j
the British, but Khrushchev in Sikes by an and cards poured cloudy w ather: covered like to see it cover at least Gil regulations.
his announcement tried to pitch meningitis at the age of nine! over the world. broad areas of the nation christ County. Judge Lang'said after a jury of six men found Jesse Marshall Carver, both 17; '

decision 1ane. months, has had a whole year oiIghtseeing. t Miss Mary Laidley, 78, of Cov- today after an outbreak of vio Gilchrist County has as many Willie Pope guilty.He and Hensley Bosworth HarrisJr.
his on a lofty
.* ington, Ky., sent $100 with instructions lent thunderstorms and tornadic springs with caves running off! was charged with break ., 19, all charged with breaking More About

He said the cutback was an that Miss Sikes usei winds in. central sections. them as any area in the state. log into Jim Voyles Appliance and entering.

"opportunity for improving mu- "I've seen magnificent things: It to see some of the things she 1 Company, 419 NW 8th Ave.,.last They allegedly broke into the React
tual understanding." The Brit-beautiful things:-mountains anc i wanted to see. Miss Sikes took The rain and cloudy weather Most of them are privately Sept. 6, and taking an $80 record C. and L. Feed store April 8 at

ish were to announce cutback, rivers and all the pretty flowers -. a five-week bus trip. I extended into areas of 26 states owned and unattended, he said. player and a $40,radio. Earlton and stole ax. empty safe.
she said. "I've seen sc from Texas to Minnesota and He called cave drownings Robinson Ocala All Pre-sen
today. Actually, they put the Miss Sikes has about two and L. M. an appliance pleaded guilty. From Page 1
from "
the central
brake on last year. many things and places, and sc east "senseless. repairman and a chief tence investigations were ordered -
one-half cent of normal vision -
people. per ward to southern New Englandand. witness for the state in the pros- by Patten.
Either Johnson is right or many but it is enough for her to the mid-Atlantic states. "Diving In caves and cavernsIs identified the who sharply criticized the nuclear -
It was April 21, 1963-a Sunday ecution, Pope
around Miami streets nothing than a dangerous test ban treaty' ratified
in his decision. If he is move on record
wrong him the
morning -when Miss Sikes'left 'usually without a cane. Thunderstorms' and showers activity. Divers should not man who (ZWtuaries last year, called the announcement
he be jeopardizing :
wrong, may time after
smarted. She rubbed it player for $25 a short
the country. But it must be assumed eye Robert Parris, her dancing continued during the night and go into them just for the thrill. "unilateral disarmamentin
and suddenly she could see-the early morning in sections of the ..These things are killing more the burglary. action."
teacher has her identi.
he would not have made helped :
: detective
his decision without the adviceof pattern In the kitchen linoleum, fy colors and Is teaching her to Midwest and parts of the southern >eople'in this county than, traf Roy Thames, a city hima DAVE ALEXANDERDave "It proves we do not even
and atomic the furniture, her mother's pIcture read. Plains. A thunderstorm fin and other drownings' he told how Pope had given R. Alexander, a former have to go to a negotiating tableto
his military ex on the wall. squall line moved eastward said. verbal confession to the break- High Springs resident, died this lose our shirts," he said. "We
perts.So "I see new things everyday, Interviewed him in
Her doctor says her sight has across southwest Missouri, set- In when he morning in Jacksonville afteran can do it by speeches and press
if he's right, it can make remained about the same sinceIt she said. "Things don't seem as ting off locally heavy rain and "Nobody knows the horror of Broward County jail. extended Illness. releases."
big as they did at first I'm getting held thereon
no. difference what Khrushchevdoes returned. strong winds. Funnel clouds these things like those who have Pope was being Funeral services will be at 2 Several Senate members of
about cutting back. If the "What happen was that the used to using the eye, andit were reported near Joplin and to witness them," he added. 'another breaking and enter p.m. Thursday in the Firs t the committee said they were

Russians have more material cataract (an opaque lens) be- doesn't water any more. The Nevada. Strong winds lashed Lang is charged with actingas ing charge. Methodist Church at Hi g h told at the briefing that the reduction

than they need but keep on producing came dislodged and fell inside light doesn't bother It, and Idon't Greenfield, about 35 miles north- coroner in the latest cave Also in Circuit Court yesterday -Springs with Rev. A. A. Reppen- was in line with a down-

it, then they're wasting the eye," he said. "This openedthe need my dark glasses. west of Springfield, Mo. drowning in .Gilcl rist County four charges were nolle hagen, pator, officiating. ward revision of military needs
"I've had hard life but it dead is Robert Kid- changed his
a The youth prossed, one man
Burial will be in and that they had no particularreason
money. pupil and allowed light"to The Weather Bureau reported High Springs
builds character; makes you well m, 19, of Gainesville.He i plea to guilty and three youthswere
Cemetery. to question this.
Another question was raised: enter. strong. Now I'm reaping my re tornadoes hit widely separated arraigned and pleaded
Is this a step toward disarma- "There has been no improve- ward." areas Monday in Texas, Oklahoma died Saturday when he guilty to breaking and entering.I Survivors include his widow,

ment? Johnson anticipated such! ment in the sight, but there is no Kansas, Nebraska Iowa became separated from two' Charges were nolle prossed Sue D., Jacksonville; a brother -' More About

a question before making his sign of glaucoma, (a disease and Missouri, causing property companions in a deep cave at' against Willie James Shorter, George, High Springs; and

announcement and answered it which damages the optic disk), Finds PlentyOf damage. No serious injurieswere Jennings Spring in Northwestem -, 35, after witnesses subpoenaed three sisters, Mrs. Rebecca

a question before making his which sometimes develops in reported. Gilchrist County.! It was bv the state failed to appearing King and Mrs. Ethel Ryals, Award

announcement and answered It such cases. It has made a tremendous Beer Cans Coolest weather was in parts the second such drowning in to testify. He was. charged both of High Springs, and Mrs.

as follows: difference in her attItude of New England :with 'tempera. the spring in recent months. with two counts of breakingand Ruby' Merchant, Miami. Will- From 1
FULTON Mo. CAP) Mal- Page
lams-Thomas is in charge.
: Made her happy and let tures in the upper 20s in north- entering.
"This is not disarmament her see many things she never colm Dalrymple, 21, of Brent- em Maine. They ranged to the More About Other nolle prossed chargeswere Other awards for 1963 were
This is not a declaration of wood, Mo., arrived in court 21 made to Richard Hofstadter,
saw before." 70s along ,the Gulf Coast against Willie Woody, i B'Nai Brith
But it is Monday with 10 sacks of empty for his book Intellectualism .
peace. a hopeful sign Miss Sikes' mother, Mrs. shooting into a house; and Arthur I "Anti -
and it is forward whichwe beer cans and whiskey bottles Picks in American Life "
a step Francis Sikes, died 20 'years Jax A. Carney and Louise OfficersBarry to Arnold
welcome and which we can ago. .Mrs. Sike$ was deaf., He collected the trash along a Sports Items Stone Rozin, 34, both breakinginto Hano, for an article, "The

take in hope that the world may; '"She used to tell me 'I am five-mile stretch of county roadon In Car Stolen 1 a car. Baumstein was elected Burned Out Americans" in

yet, one day, live without 'fearof your- eyes and" you are myem' orders of Magistrate HughP. From Page Nick Fields, 47, changed his vice president of the North Florida Saga magazine; and Millard

war." ," recalled-Miss Sikes, whois ., Williamson.The 'More than $400 worth of earlier plea of innocent to aMore Council of the B'Nai Brith Lampell for a script on the
disarmamen Westminster College stu sports well as white women shopping. .
In the case of "East Side West Side"
Youth program
Organization at
in her 50s but won't tell her equipment was stolen from a con
the consistent American positionhas dent had pleaded guilty earlierto a In another development, the on CBS-TV.
vention in
car parked Friday in the J. M. AboutNuclear Jacksonville recen
been that inspection wouldbe age.The careless and imprudent driving Duval County Federation for
family owned a boardinghouse Fields parking lot, police learned ly.
needed, and to:see while drinking. Williamson Constitutional Government pro- -Gainesville Sun I
why would be needectiiC'tha and a yacant lot next offered him a choice of a jai belatedly yesterday. posed a straw ballot be taken Barry was accompanied by
: door The lots now are a city Robert L. Batey, 274-7 Schucht eight other members of the I I
case but not in Johnson's cutback sentence or collecting beer end along with one of the May primaries Published evenings except
decision of parking area, _and Miss Sikes whiskey bottles along the high- Village, reported the theft about on the question of whether Gainesville Collegiate Chapter i Saturday and Sunday mornings -

the United States-. Monday.If 'and -the_ l lives on income from the -prop-- 10:30 a.m. yesterday. the people want integrated From Page 1 of B'Nai Brith at the con-I lishlng by Company the Gainesville at 101 Pub-SE

Soviet Union for- inslanceT erty. She lives alone. way.Dalrymple also was 'fined $50 Police said he reported, $300 restaurants and hotels. The vention. The group was accompanied 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida.

agreed to destroy a' 'certain ,When stories of Miss Sikes' re- and court costs. worth of golf clubs missing, a county commission took the proposal ons power because Johnson decided by their advisor, Irving and entered as second class
and tire valued at matter at the Post Office
number of missiles and nuclear "If the Good Lord sends me spare under consideration. to make the cut on the Holzman. Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATIOM at
rod'and reel and
warheads, this country' 'could Dallas Planning enough of these cases" said $53, a $25 a ground that the United States
Williamson "I'm have tackle box containing $30 worthof does not require such a high RATES BY
never be sure the Soviets were going'to Nurses
; not cheating unless they-pennil t-- Elaza for JFK the..highways cleaned ,up..I enjoy fishing'equipment.Continues? MeetingMOSCOW level of production any more '
--- ... (AP-A young East 1 Week .45
ted inspection. : CT.. my work. and he would have gone through
Without such proof, this country DALLAS, Tei,(AP-Workers) Feud (AP) The Soviet began with it even in the absence of German border guard helped'! 3 MM. $5.15
bloc's organization
would be a first-class sap to I will begin constructing the JohnF. Snubs DegreeMANILA today a responsive action by Khru two teenagenurses through II All man subset'Iptlonx must

destroy a single one of its,weapons .Kennedy Memorial Plaza late MANILA (AP-Ferdinand E. with an delegates executive on meeting hand from shchev. barbed wire border obstacles be paid in advance..

for, If that :continued, it next"year and Trill complete It (AP) President Marcos, president of the Philippine Bulgaria Czechoslovakia, East The President is reported to Monday and escaped'with themto Member of Audit Bureau of

could wind up at the mercy of early jn 1966, County Judge Lew Sukarno of Indonesia Isn't go- Senate, resigned today Poland have notified Khrushchev of his West Berlin, police said. Circulation.

the fully armed Russians:) *,_ Sterrett said Monday.The ing to get an honorary degree from the presidency of PresIdent Germany,and Hungary Romania., intention five weeks ago with- The 21-year-old guard was In AH material contained herein h
But any disarmament'agree- park-like plaza will envelop : from Manila's University of the Diosdado Macapagal's Liberal Mongolia out any quick response from uniform but left his weapons production In whole or In part Is
the of the Gcfoesvfi'cPublishing
ment Is a long way off. Johnson a one-block area less than I East after all. I party and joined the opposition The meeting of COMECON the Kremlin. He then called in behind. The nurses, 16 and 17, property Company (c) W44. Re-

ever since taking office, two blocks from where President The university president,1 1l Nacionalista party. I I the Council of Mutual Economic -Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Do- came from Thuringia about 100 Dtrmlttlon strictly forbidden Of the without pvbiliher.the written

has been communicating with: Kennedy was assassinated l Francisco Dalupan, said Monday ;Marcos said he could alno Assistance-may see an effort -brynin last Friday and advised miles southwest of Berlin. -- -

Khrushchev privately :hut ,reporters Nov.22. be has withdrawn an invitation longer stomach the abuses J In by some of the smaller nations him that the announcement

were told the two men's. The John F. Kenned Citizens I to'' Sukarno' to address commencement the government." He has been to take advantage of the would be made Monday. Over I

decisions of Monday were not a Memorial Committee of Dana I, exercises May 3, feuding with Macapagal for Moscow-Peking feud to avoid the weekend he was advised, as I SHOPPERS SPECIAL

deal.For will pay for any statute 01 and receive the degree. Sukarno -months and is considered a Soviet dictates that they mold he disclosed in his speech that

the reasons explains l marker placed in the plaza, never replied to the invita. likely aspirant for the presidency -their economies to fit the Sov Khrushchev intended to make a SAUTEED

above there didn't.have to be a i Sterrett said. tion. next year. let Union. cutback himself.

I Crevasse Hits Pornography As Big Delinquency CauseBy CHICKENLIVERS

CLIP CORMIER Crevasse exhibited a stack "Musdeboy" had a briefly clad One outfit in Miami sold over:The ones who did most of the the lewd materials off their

SuncItyEdItorObscene of sex magazines (and a paper!not-too-muscular male on the 50,000 lewd photographs through criticizing of the booklet were shelves.
literature, easily obtainable back copy of James Baldwin's cover. One was called "Ace." Committee booklet on bomo- the officials in those counties
from most newsstands novel, "Another Country") to But it is not just the eroticism the mail before the law caughtup where the problem of homosexuals -. "But it's a continuing problem I

youngsters, contributes more illustrate his talk on the growing associated with perusal of the with it"Unless is widespread,'" he said. worldwide in scope, and
to juvenile delinquency than problem of obscenity in trashy magazines that is obnox the reader is looking the only ways to keep ahead of I 2 VEGETABLES

'' liquor, Sheriff Joe Crevasse reading matter. I I ious. Crevasse said. The ads for these ads they are so insignificant ,The sheriff said Alachua it are to educate our young people H COFFEE OR TEA ...

said yesterday In a talk before He held up one magazine with' inside the magazines opens the as to escape his attention -County was receiving "good co to read good literature and: Hot Rolls Butter Honey

the Exchange Club at the Prim. a nude girl on the cover called door for accessto pornographic .** Crevasse said. operation" from newsstands to keep pressure on news- '

rose Inn. "Sexorama;" another called: pictures and books. The fly-by-night peddlers of and_ bookstores who are keep- stands. 1 2

a Some even feature nude photographs pornography close up shop soon
I that pass as "art" and after publication and change II 1

BETTER SALARIESHARRY !are therefore able to skirt postal their post office box numbersto STABLE & DIGNIFIED 925

regulations. But a touch-up job avoid being nabbed by federal

EVANS Will Work .1'with a special ink obtainable postal authorities, he'add-

for Better Salaries ''I through the. magazine ads turn Keep your TcxAssessor's_
For All
works i ed.Crevasse \ .. office operating in a stable
I of art into pornographic defended the Florida
Personnel. 2
I end
; Served 11:15 to 5 p.m. toSp.m.
# _.. pictures. I Legislative Investigating I q and. dignified manner.

VOTE FOR :' The magazines most of them Commtitee booklet on homosexuals I 4 KEEP J. PIERCESMITH PRIMROSE INN
clandestine publishing operations distributed to aid law 4
that change their titles enforcement officials but criticized -

HARRY EVANS and mastheads as fast as the by some as being in "bad I 214 W. University AY'. 6-5329

,law can pursue them, cater taste." I FREE PARKING IN REAR

Superintendent of Schools mainly to young people and sex "I didn't think the commit- .* if 4. Air.) 1.l tMwrtctfy A..,. Monday et $1.50I _
;deviates, Crevasse said. tee's book was objectionable. -

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ChorusesAtGHS' 'i'" I Still No Will to FigHt in Viet N 1ii--11 IIou

Nt1Ulnrk Htmra granted for political reasons, gerous when army elements, if)surgents than from the apathy
By PETER GROSE discipline and punishment applied I pressed too hard, are fully capable -(and ineptness of the govern-
Are RatedGainesville SAIGON, South Viet Nam -, erratically. of turning against their own!ment forces. Success feeds upon .
These criticisms find echoes t government- either in plottingof 1 itself and with each VietCong II
Pursuit of the war against the
bot h or defecting to the'' the
Communist i in high official quarters coups victory government
High School'smi1ed I Viet Cong
appears and Vietnamese. In j'Viet Cong. troops' morale drops further. .
Ito ..1 American
: and girls choruses each face the basic obstruction( '
,his two and a half months in''I "All the talk in Saigon about). U. S. policy, underlined in visits -
there judged excellent in the inertia and low motiviation oi f
Khanh gaining the support of the to Viet Nam of Defense ..
(power, Genera Nguyen popu-
state vocal contest held at Day- the South Vietnamese in
army '
'! !lation to win this war is fine,": McNamara and Secretary
tona Beach last weekend. the judgment of American military l.t l.,Chas shown he is fully aware of Secretary -
j advisers. I the problem. said one American in the field.I of State Rusk,is that ac-
Both groups rated superior i't i i Remedies, however, are found""But it would also be a good|tive leadership from the top can .I '" e
in''sight reading. i'I'' These advisers believe that no i{i to be not only elusive but danBook idea to try gaining the support;;still overcome inertia of the war: HAT
amount of aid social and
or ec-
of the This be
4 I I I army. may apolitical effort. '
In the vocal solo competition,;onomic planning can inspire an but it is still
war al Viewed from field .headquarters -:
j Fair
six GHS students rated superior -(fanny to do its job against high I war." 'i under constant threat of,
They were Carol Bojles,*I,ly purposeful insurgents unless '
To most Americans repeated;Viet Cong attack, it is taking all
Wanda Hertel, Wayne Lee, Suzanne -!there is a will to win, or at Draws 1,011
Viet Cong successes derive less too long for the new in:
Martin, Carol Shea 1 energy .. ,- ..., ,.
least will j
a to fight. from the fighting skill of the in-I the capital to filter through. (; "rt-- .- "-... 'j-
Patricia Rehbein. I I Dozens of American advisersto A total of 1,715'persons, 1,011of .I ;- ,', ::-:'!.'
them children, attended the -
Vietnamese field units were '
Miss Rehbein also I
superior -
!interviewed in recent weeks indifferent Book Fair sponsored by the,
in piano solo and student iJ
conducting. I parts of South Viet local Jaycees and the Friends: SAFETY BELTSARE \ OPEN
Nam. Theirs is the view of the[of the Library last week. % ; :
Five others it is act being The traveling exhibit of 600 : ".
were judged excellent ;war as u a lly LIFE 1 am -11
and one good in the solo I fought. (books for children and ;young ; pm
events. I They report isolated,improve-adults was held during National PRESERVERSGive
Three other groups won superior -:ment of morale where govern- Library Week, April 12-18 and
honors in trio, doube: ment reforms have been imple- stressed the theme "Good Read- Your Car A
trio and triple trio competition,I.mented-pay raises for certain ing for Youth." The exhibit is Physical Examination TheUniver5itJ Inn
while a Madrigal ensemble tooka units, new uniforms for para- a joint project of the American' WATSON & ELLETT INSURANCEINC.
rating of excellent. I military forces. But old abuses Library Association and the .
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":-' CONSCIENCEOF ':}j't


Ill It &Iwzufl1Eixn THESOUTH R* a LBJ Before the Big Guns

I 3faro $crk Utmr mass meetings with the reporters as a bold stroke of public relations ident Kennedy, was the reduc-
lt\ JOHN' S. fARRISONL Pr iM. t as.11 when he did not con- since it assured him tion of the time for questioning -
Vic. Fre.lJeitt -
i "llIhtn ED TAT JOHNSOX.COWLES.Vice President sider it advisable and insteadof an audience of editorial authorities by reading announce-

ad EunUn EdlUri W. G. (Bill) WASHINGTON President yielding to pressure for a of the American ments.
1 I\11 t, Florida's' Beautiful. ) ? EBEKSOLE. Vt? .ed ely hnson, who has been experimenting regular advance schedule of press in addition to their That consumed 11 minutesof
\I vtrtliiac DJrteUll BOIS TABTAGLIONC By RALPH McGILL with the mech- these conferences, to assist Washington reporters. the half-hour allotted.
University City .. Clreala
U t u.
i I tile )da.aaer.VI. F e I Petit tt.."AtUaU Friit,Wlnntaf iCk) c.Ui.U.Is rmMUfc'Of anisms of the White House the right of the President to What followed was a per The exhibition was completed
; news conference, demonstrated control them as he saw fit. formance in which the Pres- by expert fielding of

f, I THE SUN'S POLICY last week that he can successfully ident's wholly individual style questions he chose not to

E .operate the most IMPRESSED by this counsel was successfully combined answer responsively; by a
It 1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. delicate instrument of them which probably was also with the standard skills that presence in which ease dig-
r;, z. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials It Bad them. At his first exposureas welcome because it gave are requisite. One it to turn nity and accommodation were

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. president to questioning on him time for experiment, and criticism gently against the nicely blended; and by a syn-

( The Sun's, telephones: All Department]-372-8441 .. a mass reportorial scale he for, preparation for the com- critics. His opening gambitwas tax of clarity and simplicitythat
Want Ads-376-4672 was in easy control of what, parison with Kennedy that on his postponement of reflected the training of

t To EatWell with a slyly amused nod to was bound to come, the President the mass conference and on his long career as a parlia-
critics of his previously limit- engaged in his trial reports of his reckless drive mentary leader.
'li 1 ed format, he solemnly certified runs. He began with informal If President Johnson faced

:j We Support Holland to be "a regular, tele- assemblies of reportersaround ing.His next example of stand- tEe l occasion as an ordeal,

vised, notified-well-in-advance his desk that were ard technique, initiated by there was nothing in this per-

r A slim youth in riding boots and disregard for ,the little people who ? press conference." necessarily limited to those President Eisenhower and expanded formance that explained why
i ,. It is conceivable that his who happened to be at the into an art by Pres- he should have.
beside an aeroplaneof share the Planet Earth with him. It
standing White House since the
t goggles keen awareness that his per- sum-
( wood and fabric that was, a. becomes even more- striking when In one of his more ebullient formance on these trying occasions mons came without advance

I campaign trademark of Spessard L.. one views Holland's consistent blind moments Hungary Mr. inevitably would be notice. And because the first Need Cold ReviewOf 1
"'of Khrushchev told an audienceof compared with the brillianceof meetings occurred untradi-
Holland when he ran for Governor and non-constructive! to
opposition applauding factory work- his predecessor's impelledhim tionally on Saturdays many

I Florida in 1940. civil rights. Floridians are treatedto ers that the Chinese had said to make a deliberate members of the regular

mean things about him be- search for White House off
'I a substitute ade- corps were Russian TacticsBy I
the sight of their distinguished
11 The purpose of the romantic, cause conditions were goingso quate to the purposes. These duty.
white-haired Senator filibusteringand well in Russia that bour- This defect correctedby
sketch was to remind voters of Hol a purposes are to keep the pub- was

t1 land's valor at Meuse-Argonne and calling for quorums like_ a geois class was growing out lic informed of the President's the regulars themselves, by RICHARD WILSON AS MURPHY sees It, the I
fw when he of having enough to eat and attitude and activities in dealing the simple solution of staying t
schoolboy parliamentarian airlift which kept Berlin alive
St. Mihiel, where he flew the flimsy wear. "Is that a bad thingto with the responsibilitiesof around on Saturdays.'But the Chief,
ship in 1918 during The War To End best would be seeking to winnow the have enough" ask- his office, and to favorably method did not meet the com- Cowles Washington Bureau was should an admission have of failure had to; '
we never
I II All Wars. wheat from the chaff. ed Mr. K. impress his personality on the plaint of discrimination creat-
Berlin this but
WASHINGTON In this supply
That Mr. K's political instincts people. Mass live televised ed by the fact that only a few way,
should have insisted
I of the renewed thaw on access -
have'faded the ink from the Now for the other side of tine coin. are sound is demon- news conference abound with newspapers maintain regular era by normal methods
\ Years ,. strated the fact that he
% by pitfalls into which either or correspondents at the White with Russia the lessons
campaign sketch?..of 1940. The deeds lives and rules. Only a person both of these purposes can House. learned by former Ambassador from the beginning, using
I'' of St. Mihiel ::.have been matched In nigh 40 y Murphy are such access. At one stage a
J I with the deeds' of others at Sai- no breath of graft or corruption has ends could have survived the tious or awkward phrase. directed that advance noticebe
worth long Mongolian soldier was
pan and Iwo Jima, Normandy and wafted in the Senator's path. One of long years of attrition be- given-however brief. This reviewing.Bob the only impediment to full
tween Stalin and Trotsky andthe THE MASS VIDEO medium was expected to increase the
; Salerno. The flying machine of 1918 his 'current opponents is chipping Murphy was a career access.It .
more intolerable years'of also from incident attendance only to the num-
II I has been by jets and rock- away at Holland's private business Stalin's terror and magnifies an State Department official on
tl eclipsed purges. into an event a presidential ber that could be accommo- is well to remember how
bomb. affairs, with the affect of _a puff of These latter periods of mur- the same level as Britain'sHarold
U its and the hydrogen inaccuracy or some other dated in the White House the blockade began, and how
tj 1 wind on the Himalayas. We feel der and exile made possiblethe evidence that he has not done room where motion picturesare MacMillan in several the Russian lodgment in
Holland's basic with- down grading of Stalin his home shown. critical areas during World Cuba in this
Sandwiched between the aeroplane honesty can work. As a vehicleof began, period
i and the continuing referencesto War II and in the immediate
stand such nit-picking a thousandfold essential public informa- But the size of the group when so much reliance is be-
I I and the bomb are years which have how bad life was under the postwar period. Berlin was
tion, ,the medium is impairedby outran the calculation. There ing placed on a rapprochement -
and untouched.In
remain .
: Holland. who one of these areas and it was
f been kind to Spessard L. man was a sort of mod- the scattered questioningand were complaints of discom- with Russia. The les-
em the Terrible. there that Murphy learned
People respect him, as witness his Ivan the absence of follow- fort, and exasperated inquiries sons are known but they
first hand the Russian tech-
: rise in public life from county judge securing material benefits for THE PREMIER through which are the natural about larger quarters. of never can be learned. If the
at 70 after nique approaching objectives
\. to state senator to governor to U. S. Florida, Senator :Holland stands well almost half'a century of, Com- consequence of the numbersof That, however, did not meet stage by stage. thread of Murphy's analysisis

Senator. to the front. He is not seen often munist rule of Russia finds those seeking recognition.And the mounting pressure for right the Berlin Wall

F; emerging from the pork barrel, but himself talking about, bread it is obvious from the the restoration of the "regu The blockade of Berlin be- never would have been builtif
trivial nature of some lar televised notified-well-in- U.S. tanks had pushed
ques- gan as. a probing operationwith
with dignity he has secured Flori and urging the growing of
I Now, at the mellow age of 72 tions that they are being asked -. advance news conference" to minor traffic interferences away the barbed wire whenit

years, Holland is seeking! re-election da's just deserts. produces sweet corn, for, such food as as America well as with the sole purpose of en- which the President acceded and slowly escalated, was first laid and if the

,i to his seat in the U.S. Senate, the fodder. Bread was the subjectof abling the questioner to be last Thursday.Not stage by stage, into a full first cement block had been

I most exclusive club in the country. Finally, Holland's charmed politi- many of his Hungarian lec seen on national television. only was he well-pre- scale stricture intended to kicked aside when first put
cal life Johnson, after he became pared by his laboratory work, starve and freeze the West- down.In .
has admitted him to high tures. He downgraded the
And election time is the magic moment cap-
President, sought counsel on as the event disclosed John- out. In the Cuba
councils-twelfth in tilist system but at the same ; ern powers early the time to have
"j t for assessment and evaluation seniority among time freely admitted the sta- how at the same time to pre- son was also ready for the stages a firm Western response acted was when the first com-

of the man and his accomplishments. the 100 senators; member of the tistics of Communist food production serve the esssential purposesof potentially-tougher version he would probably have bat troops were installed and

most powerful of all committees, were not accurate news conferences, hold deliberately invited., Noting convinced the Russians that not when the missile bases

J Let's examine the dark side of the Appropriations; member of a key "They still do it better in the these distractions and dilu- that the national' convention the risk was too great. But' were erected. .Russia goes
;llI committee for Florida, Aeronauticaland United States." tions to a minimum, and of the American Society of the first probes seemed to about these matters progres-

coin. He was a troubled man, con- meanwhile train himself in Newspaper Editors would be indicate a lack of resolutionby sively, moving as far and as
; Space Sciences. cerned with basic flaws in their special techniques. He in session on the day he fixed, the Western powers. Irre- fast as the existing risks will

I Some aspects of the Senator's the C o m m unist system. He was advised to deal with them the President told his surprised solution met every successive permit.

record are sorely disappointing. He For the Gainesville Sun, it is decision has learned, or come to ad- in the style which is naturalto staff to invite all of the step until the point was reach

has, for example, a passion for lega- time. mit, that the U. S. marriageof him; that it would be botha ASNE delegates who might ed where breaking the block- PERIODS OF calm are
education and science with mistake and an unnecessary choose to attend, This was ade would have meant full- part of the stage-by-stage
listic protection of certain industriesthe agriculture has brought into personal risk to hold televisedBy prima facie a shrewd as well scale war. *' .strategy also and it is in just
I oil business We endorse L. Hollandfor
being an examplenear Spessard
being an enormously produc- such stages as this that the
at hand. As recent as last February re-election to the U.S. Senate. tive system. He admitted that THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT American guard automatically -

he cast another such vote, in We endorse him for the idealistic in Russia the educated did not drops. We may find later

behalf of an exorbitant oil depletion reason that his personal integrity is want to farm. He thought, he that in such periods the Soviet

allowance which fast is becoming a unquestioned. We endorse him for said wrly, that the M o s cow Civil espionage apparatus
agricultural institution was Rights and Wrongsdeed takes advantage of an improved -
national scandal. the pragmatic reason that his cumu- probably too close to the bal- atmosphere to improve -

lative power can benefit Florida. let school. its position.

Just two days earlier, Senator- THE WORKERS laughed, DAVID LAWRENCE ly on opening day. Hence, they are hurting our This has happened before,

Holland helped kill bills which would But our endorsement''' is nostalgic, but nodded understandingly WASHINGTON -When the what President Johnson and efforts in Congress to pass an notably in 1958 and 1959,
according to news stories the leaders of both parties in effective civil rights bill. and it has only recently been
have provided tax breaks to families with a backward look to the youth leaders of the Republican and
from Hungary. They seemed the Senate have just said be- President Johnson said to disclosed that the American
with students in college.) (One vote beside the Democratic parties in the
aeroplane. We wonder comes of major importance his in Poland
as embassy thoroughly
willing, as was Mr. Khrushchev United States Senate join together news conference on Thurs- was
was a tie, and the Senator's single what wonderful ideals must have to see the Communist to warn the organizersof timely counsel to those who day: penetrated and Russian

ballot would have carried the measure driven him to risk death over St. nations devote themselves to public demonstrations on are following the paths that "We do not, of course, con- paid party-girls were sleepingwith

). And last year the Senator Mihiel. the development of a middle the racial problem that they lead to violence. done violence or taking the the entire Marine guard

R gave a resounding "No" to- a $1.2 class prosperity a bour- must not violate the laws of The joint statement issu e d law into your own hands, or contingent. The Soviet espionage -

i billion expenditure to build geoisie.In the land, it is a significant indication Wednesday by Senator HubertH. threatening the health or safe- department can be reliedon
help college And we wonder how such ideals America, where man'stask of the great concern Humphrey, of Minnesota, ty of our people. You really to do its level best to live

: libraries and similar facilities. could revitalize a white-haired Sena- is to adapt himself to an that pervades the Congress Democratic m a j o r ity whip, do the civil rights cause no up to its reputation in the

tor whose distinguished path threatens environment affluence, ando today lest the "civil rights" and by Senator Thomas H. good when you go to this ex- James Bond spy thrillers.
These tend show { simultaneous Joy at record Kuchel, of California, Repub- tent I would This incident has been
to. ,. the _Senator's_ to,end.just short of greatness. conflict bring a national cri counsel mod- ex-
c. employment and fear of lican minority whip, reads as eration to all groups." crutiatingly embarrassing to

growing unemployment and sis.The statement was follows: Just before the President the State Department, to say
further destruction of jobs by followed joint affirma- "Civil wrongs do not bring made his comments at his nothing of the Marine corps.
technology, it is difficult to by a pointed civil rights. Civil disobediencedoes news conference, the leadersof But it is hard to convincethe
I tion of President
Voice comprehend that to most of support by not bring equal protec- six State
of the Johnson at his news confer- of the largest of the Department that its
People the world bread is important. ence on Thursday. For these tion under the laws. Disorder country organization of Ne- security procedures very

Starvation and dead bodies utterances are the first that does not bring law and order. gro petitioners for anti-. discrimination lax. Senator Dodd and his

harvested from the streets have been specifically directed laws condemnedthe Senate Internal Security Committee
O n The Sun's each morning are a part of spokesmenhere "WE ARE standing for: law plan for a traffic tieupat have been trying to do
by government
Opinion Pagwelcome the way of life in too many to the demonstrators, and order. We are working for the World's Fair and said it this for the past several

Opinions end CO"u".ab .f' Sun Seders are cities of the world.AMERICAN who now are being told that fair play. And we are workingfor was contrary to the best inter- years. But the proceduresdon't
in the Voice
roust be signed and beer the'writ ,', oclebeu. Names will b. of the Peoplo column Letters SOLDIERS In do equal protection under the ests and needs of the Negro seem to improve much
withheld if what doing
re u.s .d. 'A letter should they are may
net exceed SOO words and must b. written .11 Asia, North Africa and laws for ah American citizens. The tat ement and such
Sun reserves the right only o?e lid. of the pope Poetry cannot b. used. The the more harm than good to their people. s was heretics as Otto
Intent. to reiect 1 .w letter or ta shorten "' without changing the wittr meaning or Middle East during the Second cause. This is the purpose of the civIl read at the annual meeting of Otepka, whose crime was telling

World War were moved to rights bill. the American Society of the truth about his
How GHS Gainesville High then called an Executive. compassion and uneasiness by It was only a few weeks Adam ago "The right of petition is a Newspaper Editors, which devoted remain ostracized and superIors in-

At the first \ the poor often children when representative basic right in America, but it a part of its Thursday suspension. It
PTA Disbanded meeting and at this who sea r c hed the garbage Clayton Powell, chairman of also is basic to our system of program to a discussion of to learn was that no surprise -
High School PTA It was decided the Committee Edu- Otepkawas
unani- House on
that there
cans at U. S. posts. The well- government must '"civil rights participated in of
EDITOR Sun: We, who one of the main to disband. After all 1.I fed and clothed U. S. soldier, cation and Labor and one be respect for the law. No one by prominent Negro leaders. handled one investigations officials who
sidered bills were paid, any of the most prominent of the can condone violation of the of con
were the elected officers of was with more spending ditions
the Gainesville High School organization. 'remaining in the trey than any other man money in uniform Negro clergymen in the coun- law. The main reason we are This City Pays Poland. the embassy in
Parent-Teachers Association was to be turned over to I try, addressed a mass meet- advocating the civil rights bill
| was a revolutionary -
at the time of its disbanding, lowing this meeting Gainesville High School]l influence.So ing of demonstrators at Cam- is because too many states For Smoke Banc
a Board of which was done. bridge, Md. As transcribed by and too_ individuals are ON THE BASIS of the record
feel that the recent political today the vast differences many
advertisement in the decided to sincerely hope that : between Western plenty and the National BroadcastingCompany's defying the, law of our Constitution ( ) New York Times periods of
paper to the parents of radio service, he LONDONOne of the first thaw in relations with the
accusing Mr. Tiny Talbot of at GJLS. asking PTA.'e explains effectively the prosperity and the poverty ofto and are denying con- things an American notices in Soviet Union are followed
of events Asia Africa and Latin declared: stitutional rights to our fellow by
I being wholly responsible for leading I America -
opinion on whether ) Britain is that he can smokein new experiments in the nib-
disbanding our group shouldbe disbanding of the Gaines;o has been, and is, the citizens.
buses movie
we should "IT IS DIVINELY right for subways, bling process which Ambassador -
"Those who
School PTA. are strugglingfor
clarified. We believe we High greatest political challenge of
houses and theaters.
Gainesville High Martin Luther King to break some Murphy watched
the time. civil rights will help their grow
can give most accurate our
i (2)) we should JONES, JR., the law in Montgomery, Ala- The cigarette cancer into the Berlin blockade. Per-
cause greatly by conductingtheir
account of this because of the At Geneva, the British ten-
Gainesville High OGLETREE, bama. It is divinly right for peaceful crusade with scare has caused talk of ban- iods of thaw are also accompanied -
we held at the time tatively and cautiously
positions -
or (3)) we should ROBERT BOLLES, have forward the students in Jackson, Mis- the same good manners, fore- ning smoking in some of these by redoubled ef-
of the action. put a proposal
I ents' Group. The GUS McGRIFF to make tariff concessions sissippi, last night to break bearance and devotion so places. Recently Manchester forts of the Russian KCB
Even before we took office, poll was MERTON HARTMAN imports to the under on the law in Jackson, Mississippi abundantly displayed last Au- became the first city to ban which have been so notoriously -

there was a good bit of discussion or of disbanding DAVID B. SMITH, countries. The plan developed must be- It's divinely rigflt for gust in the civil rights marchon smoking in buses. In addition, flagrant in England!
about disbanding the ville High School EVERETT FOUTS. ratified by Commonwealth the people of Harlem break Washington. the buses will no longer *:e However tractable the Russians -

; Members. The United States the law and keep their kids "Violence is the very antithesis tobacco advertising.The seem to become they
POTOMAC FEVER had made a similar recom- out of school yesterday. It's of law and order. Illegal city now wonders what do not lose sight of long-term

mendation a year ago, but divinely right for the peopleof disturbances, demonstrations effects the action will have on objectives. They do not hesitate -

By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau suggested it apply to all Cambridge, Maryland, to which lead to violence revenues. C 0 u n cilIor Alfred to shoot down our planes
Western developed countries. break the law until they havea or to injury, strike grevious Logan, chairman of the transport while they smilingly assureus
A bank failure leaves Uncle Sam holding a $100,000 mortgage on a bawdy Failure to do something will share in making the law." blows at the cause of decent committee, forecast that that they wish new under

house-and just when we have no vice president to put in charge. be a costly error. Mr. Powell's line of argu- civil rights legislation. the ban, which will go into ef- standings. Russia is hard-

-- Mr. K., talking to the Hungarians ment has since then been re- fect in two months, will mean pressed now internally and
about bread and often other Negro "UNRULY demonstrationsand fewer passengers.If externally but to assume. as
President Johnson never misses a chance to say how well the economy is do- peated by
ing. We'll soon all be rich enough to afford the coffee to keep us awake while, sweet corn, seemingly be- leaders, and recently plans protests that bring hard- the passenger loss is heldto does Senator Fulbright, that
he tells us about it. ,_-_ lieves he knows which way were announced that a demon- ship, and unnecessary incon- one-half of 1 per cent it will there can be a new deal with
-- the political winds are blow- stration might take the formof venience to others even by mean a loss of 1310,000 a yearto Russia, based on some kindof
ing at home and abroad. stalling traffic on streets those who have long suffered the transport department.Bus a poorly defined new world
The New York Met's new stadium is not quite finished, but it's a beauty. People would like to live bet- and highways to the World's indignities are not helpingthe advertising earns about order approaches the limits

And it will be completed in plenty of time for the world series. ter. Fair in New York, particular- cause of civil rights. In- $35,000 a year. of credibility.


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4 Gainesville Sun Tuesday April 21, 1964 ,
"'""'_-_. .r- -. t.-... Jones, Jr., Church School super Her immediate survivors Include

?I't CONSCIENCEOF COLORED NEWSB. intendent. Sunday, April 26, at her husband, Jimmie

,L: 7 p.m., there will be an even- Frazier; and brothers, Silas Wil
ing of hymn singing and sacred liams and Henry Williams, both
Oi.ctfUtsuille .Suu I F. Childs, Colored News Editor. music with Choir No.1; Wed- of this city.Duncan .

PERSONALS fied of their a c c e p tance as nesday, April 29, at 7:30 p.m., Brothers, morticians,
the "Little Miss Mt. PleasantContest"
THE I Mrs. Eula Dooling of N. W. World's Fair hospitality aides. are in charge.

4th Ave., attended a family reunion Twenty students reported 1 a st presented by the Wesleyan -

a114 at Albany,. Ga., the past week that they have been ac- Service Guild; Friday, MAXIEVlLLIA.IS
JOHN L HAMISOK. Prul4fBt May 22, at 7:30 p.m. the Fourth Maxie Williams of Alachua
weekend.Mr cepted.
hIlU.Ii.n PAT COWLES. Tie Fred SOUTHBy Quarterly Conference; and June died Friday April 17, at the
.ea&l ED JOHJJSOX. Vies President and Mrs. James. Barn- Among those accepted was
, :, Florida's Beautiful cad ExeevtlT EdiUn W. G. (BOD ett and son, Joe, all of Atlanta, John Durr, student from High 2-7, the Annual Conference. Re- Veterans Administration Hospital -
I EBEKSOLE. Tie President and AdVCrtUlBf Ga.! arrived here yesterday on Springs. ceipts from Sunday, April 12; following a lingering illness.
f Directori BOB TABTAGUONE. RALPH McGILL total from class leaders Mr. Williams resident of
I University City' ad Cheats vacation with Mrs. Barnett's rel-I ;I was a
Tie President
I P.Uls.r Prix WlBBinr Publisher Church School, $8.52; the Char-!Alachua for a great number of
ties Mamaftr.THE I I. Of Ut Atlanta tGL) CBiuUtntioaIs atives for two weeks. }NEWBERRY NEWS
Miss Mary J. Carter and Miss P.T.A. Meeting Set ity Offering, $8.25; for souvenir!years.

t .._.. SUN'S POLICY Sadie Young, both of Panama The Parent Teacher Associ- program, $7.50; from choir No. Funeral arrangements will be]

1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. City, were guests here the ation of the Newberry Sch 001 1 for music $5.10; and from cap- announced by Hughes & Chestnut

i 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials # .. It Bad past weekend. will hold its meeting at the tains and organizations, Funeral Home.

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Mrs., Willie Mae Young left school today at 8 pjn. 2965.62, total $3,085.00. Rev.
York the ti f Dr. W. M. Ferguson, pastor. MRS. JANNIE NIBLACKMrs.
yesterday for New City During me e n g,
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 will be Wharton Jannie Niblack of La-
( because of business. She county psychologist, MRS. ORA LEE FRAZIER
Want Ads-376-4672 for several will be the Crosse died Monday, at her
away days. principal speaker. Funeral services for Mrs.
r To Eat Miss Josephine Miller and This promises to be a very Ora Lee Frazier, of 928 SE 31st home following a lingering ill-

Miss Sarah Jackson, both of Interesting meeting, and the Ave., will be held Wednesdayat ness. Mrs. -Niblack has livedin

Holland Ft. Lauderdale, who have been parents, patrons, teachers and 3 pm. at the Pillow Ground LaCrosse for a great numberof
I We
Support I Im visiting here for the past two friends of education are urged and Truth Church on Sugar Hill years.

1 weeks, left yesterday for their to be present. with Bishop M. M. Williams of- Funeral arrangements will be
A slim youth in riding boots and disregard for the little people who Well? home. ficiating. Interment will followin announced by Hughes & Chest-

goggles standing beside an aeroplaneof share the Planet Earth with him. It James A. Rivers, of Jackson- MEETING PLANNEDThe the Pine Grover Cemetery. nut Funeral Home.
ville, passed through Gaines- Youth Choir Union will
I wood and fabric that was a becomes even more striking when In one of his more ebullient ville yesterday en route to hold its meeting at the Baptist

campaign trademark of Spessard L. one views Holland's consistent blind mom e n ts in Hungary, Mr: Ocala. Church at Hampton on Wednes- Need Cold Review

Holland when he ran for Governor of and non-constructive opposition to Khrushchev told an audienceof Master George Wilkins, of day at 8 p.m.

Florida in 1940. applauding factory workers Jacksonville, spent the past During the meeting, there will
civil rights. Floridians are treatedto that the Chinese had said weekend here with relativesand be plans madein, the interest of

,. romantic the sight of their distinguished mean things about him be- friends'. the union. Rev. C. J. Johnson, Of Russian TacticsBy
of the conditions
The purpose cause were goingso Barber of
Miss Mary pastor; Jerome Scott, presi-
t sketch was to remind voters of Holland's white-haired Senator filibusteringand well in Russia that a bour- Jacksonville is guest of her sister dent; Mrs. Elizabeth Kim-

valor at Meuse-Argonne and calling for quorums like a geois class was growing out Mrs. Annie M. Willis, here brough, reporter. RICHARD WILSON AS MURPHY sees it, the I
having enough to eat and
he flew the flimsy schoolboy parliamentarian when he for two weeks.,
St. Mihiel, where airlift which kept Berlin alive
wear. "Is that bad
a thing I
best would be seeking to winnow the Mrs. Helen H. McDonald flew SLATES MEETING Chief,
The War To End was an admission of failure
ship in 1918 during to have enough to eat? ask- ;
wheat from the chaff. ed Mr. K. yesterday to Asbury Park, N.J., The West Coast Union Choir Cowles Washington Bureau we should never have had to I
All Wars. on vacation for two weeks. will meet today at 8 at the
That Mr. K's political in- p.m. WASHINGTON In this supply Berlin this way, but i
home of Mrs. H. G. Shumanfor
Years have faded the ink from the Now for the other side of the coin. stincts are sound is demonstrated PLANS MEETINGThe its rehearsal and also busi- era of the renewed thaw cess should by have normal insisted methods on ac- II r I
the fact that
by he !
with lessons
Russia the
sketch of 1940. The deedsof Men's Progressive and ness meeting. from the '
campaign lives and rules. Only a beginning, using j
St. Mihiel have been matched In nigh 40 years in public harness, with sup e r sensitive nerve Brotherhood Club of Mt. Car- learned by former Ambassador force if necessary to assure 'I R I
Church with Rev.T. RALLY
with the deeds of others at Sai- no breath of gl'aft or corruption has ends could have survived the Baptist Robert C. Murphy are such access. At one stage a Ii
A. Wright, pastor will meet Cup Rally, sponsored by
long of attrition be- worth reviewing.Bob long Mongolian soldier was
wafted in the Senator's One of years
and path. !
pan and Iwo Jima, Normandy tween Stalin and Trotsky and today at 8 p.m. following prayer the "We Do Our Part Club," the only impediment to full II

'. Salerno. The flying machine of 1918 his current opponents is chipping the more intolerable of meeting at the church. was successful at the Shady Murphy was a career access.It ,

has been eclipsed by jets and rock- away at Holland's private business Stalin's terror and years During the meeting, I. H. Caf- Grove Primitive Baptist Churchon State Department official on I
affairs with the affect of purges. fey, assistant principal at Lin- Sunday. is well to remember how
ets and the hydrogen bomb. a puff These latter periods of mur- the same level as Britain'sHarold
coln School will be the The attendance the blockade began and how
High was good. ,
wind on the Himalayas. We feelHolland's der and exile made possiblethe MacMillan in several
principal speaker. Mrs. EstherW. the Russian lodgment in
down of Stalin critical World
grading areas during
Sandwiched between the aeroplaneand basic honesty can with- and the Hamm, reporter. TO PRESENT PROGRAMThe Cuba began, in this period
continuing referencesto War II and in the immediate
the bomb are years which have stand such nit-picking a thousand how bad life was under the Progressive Choirs Union postwar period. Berlin was when so much reliance is be-
L. Holland. fold and remain untouched.In who SPECIAL NOTICE will present a program, entitled ing placed on a rapprochement -
.4 been kind to Spessard man was a sort of mod- one of these areas and it was
The Home Mission Society.ofthe "Choirs in Parade" at the Mace- with Russia. The les-
Ivan the
him witness his em Terrible. there that Murphy learned
People respect as First Baptist Church will donia Baptist Church with Rev.C. sons are' known but they
securing material benefits for first hand the Russian tech-
rise in public life from county judgeto THE PREMIER 70 meet at the home of Mrs. Viola J. Johnson, pastor, on Wed- never can be learned. If the
at after
state senator to governor to U. S. Florida, Senator Holland stands well almost half a century of, Com- Gooden in Lincoln Estates, today nesday at 8 p.m. Jerome Scott, nique of approaching objectives thread of Murphy's analysisis
stage by stage.
Senator. to the front. He is not seen often munist rule of Russia, finds at 7:30 p.m.Rev.. W. A. president; Mrs. Gladys John- right the Berlin Wall

emerging from the pork barrel, but himself talking about bread Miles, pastor; Mrs. Bessie M. son, reporter. The blockade of Berlin be- never would have been builtif I

Now at the mellow age of 72 with dignity he has secured Florida's and urging the growing of Johnson, reporter. gan as a probing operationwith U.S. tanks had pushed
sweet corn, such as America i ..CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. minor traffic interferences away the barbed wire whenit
just deserts. ..
years, Holland is seeking reelectionto produces, for food as well as WORLD'S FAIRHOSPITALITY Pleasant Methodist and slowly escalated, was first laid and if the

his seat in the U.S. Senate, the fodder. Bread was the subjectof AIDESAs The Board of Stewards met stage by stage, into a full first cement block had been

most exclusive club in the country. Finally, Holland's charmed political many of his Hungarian lec- the opening date ,of the Monday, 7:30 p.m. Reuben Mc- scale stricture intended to kicked aside when first put

And election time is the magic mo- life has admitted him to high tures. He downgraded the cap- New York World's Fair ap- Henry, chairman. There will be starve and freeze the West- down.In .

and evaluationof councils-twelfth in seniority among tilist system but at the same proaches, excitement among mid-week prayer services today ern powers out. In the early Cuba the time to have
ment for assessment time freely admitted the sta- some of Florida A & M. Uni- 7:30 p.m.; the Children's stages a firm Western re- acted was when the first com-
the 100 the
the man and his accomplishments.Let's senators; member of tistics of Communist food production versity students mounts. These, Choir will rehearse tomorrow, sponse would probably have bat troops were installed and

most powerful of all committees, were not accurate are students who have received 4:30: p.m.; the Youth Choir will convinced the Russians that not when the missile bases

examine the dark side of the Appropriations; member of a key "They still do it better in the word from Brass Rails, Inc.,I rehearse tomorrow, 6 p.m.; .. the risk was too great. But were erected. Russia goes

coin. committee for Florida, Aeronauticaland United States." that they have been acceptedas Choir No. 2 will rehearse on the first probes seemed ,to about these matters progres-

Space Sciences.For He was a troubled man, concerned World's Fair hospitality Aides Thursday, 7:30'p.m.: Edell Turner indicate a lack of resolutionby sively, moving as far and as
with basic flaws in beginning April 22. ,"president; Richard Parker, the Western powers. Irre- fast as the existing risks will
Some aspects of the Senator'srecord the C o m m unist system. He The FAMU Placement Bu- organist. The Board of Educa- solution met every successive permit.

are sorely disappointing. He the Gainesville Sun, it is decision has 'learned, or come to ad- reau, directed by Rev. ClintonC. tion and Church School Staff step until the point was reach-

has, for example, a passion for lega- time. mit, that the U. S. marriageof I Cunningham, announced this will meet Friday, 7:30 p.m. in ed where breaking the block- PERIODS OF calm are

listic protection of certain industries education and science with I week that 57 more from Talla- the Second Unit of church. V. L. ade would have meant full- part of the stage-by-stage
I ? agriculture has into hassee have been noti-Trapp chairman J. Franklin scale
brought campus ;
_the oil business being an example We endorse Spessard L. Hollandfor I l war. strategy also and it is in just
i being an enormously produc- such stages as this that the
i near at hand. As recent as last Feb re-election co the U.S. Senate. tive system. He admitted that American
ruary he cast another such vote, in We endorse him for the idealistic in Russia the educated did not ly drops. We may find later

behalf of an exorbitant oil depletion reason that his personal integrity is want to farm. He thought, he that in such periods the Soviet

allowance which fast is becoming a unquestioned. We endorse him for said wrly, that the M o s cow espionage apparatus
agricultural institution was Civil Rights and takes advantage of an improved -
national scandal. the pragmatic reason that his cumulative probably too close to the bal- Wrongsdeed atmosphere to improve

power can benefit Florida. let school. its position.

,I Just two days earlier, Senator THE WORKERS laughed, By DAVID LAWRENCE ly on opening day. Hence, they are hurting our This has happened before,

I Holland helped kill bills which would But our endorsement is nostalgic, but nodded understandingly, WASHINGTONWhen the what President Johnson and efforts in Congress to pass an notably m 1958 and 1959
according to news stories the leaders of both parties in effective civil and it has only been
have provided tax breaks to families with a backward look to the youth leaders of the Republican and rights bill. recently
from seemed the Senate have just said be- President Johnson disclosed that the
Hungary. They said to American
with students in college. (One vote beside the aeroplane. We wonder Democratic parties in the
t willing, as was Mr. Khrush- comes of major importance as his news conference on Thurs- embassy in Poland was thor-
was a tie, and the Senator's single what wonderful -ideals must have chev, to see the Communist United States Senate join to- timely counsel to those who day: oughly penetrated and Russian
gether to
ballot would have carried the meal driven him to risk death over St. nations devote themselves to public warn demonstrations organizersof on are following the paths that "We do not, of course, con- paid party-girls were sleepingwith

l l sure). And last year the Senator Mihiel. the development of a middle the racial problem that they lead to violence. done violence or taking the the entire Marine guard

I gave a resounding "No" to a $1.2 class prosperity a bour- must not violate the laws of The joint statement issu e d law into your own hands, or contingent. The Soviet espion-

j billion expenditure to help build college And wonder how geoisie.In the land, it is a significant in- Wednesday by Senator HubertH. threatening the health or safe- age department can be reliedon
we such ideals America, where man's dication of the great concern Humphrey, of Minnesota, ty of our people. You really to do its level best to live
libraries and similar facilities. could revitalize a white-haired Senator task is to adapt himself to an that pervades the Congress Democratic m a j'o r ity whip, do the civil rights cause no up to its reputation in the

I! whose distinguished path threatens environment of affluence, and today lest the "civil rights" and by' Senator Thomas H. good when you go to this extent James Bond spy thrillers.

i These tend to show the Senator's to end just short of greatness. of simultaneous joy at record conflict bring a national cri- Kuchel, of California, Repub- I would counsel mod- This incident has been ex-
I employment and fear of lican minority whip, reads as eration to all groups." crutiatingly embarrassing to

growing unemployment and sis.The follows: Just before the President the State Department, to say
further destruction of jobs by joint statement was "Civil wrongs do not bring made his comments at his nothing of the Marine corps.
technology, it is difficult to followed by a pointed affirma- civil rights. Civil disobediencedoes news conference, the leadersof But it is hard to convincethe
Voice of comprehend that to most of tion of support by President not bring equal six
the protec- of the largest of the State Department that its
Johnson at his confer-
People the world bread is news
important. Thursday. For these tion under the laws. Disorder country's organization of Negro security procedures are very
i Starvation and dead bodies ence on does not bring law and order. petitioners for anti- discrimination lax. Senator Dodd and his
utterances are the first that
harvested from the
streets laws condemnedthe Senate Internal
Security Com
.On The Sim's Opinion each morning are a part of have been specifically directed "WE ARE standing for law plan for a traffic tieupat mittee have been trying to do

PageOpinions = the way of life in too many by government spokesmenhere and order. We are working for the World's Fair and said it this for the past several

and comments of Sun readers ort welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters cities of the world.AMERICAN who now to the are being demonstrators told that, fair play. And we are workingfor was contrary to the best inter- years. But the proceduresdon't
inUit b. end beer the w raters SOLDIERS in equal protection under the ests and needs of the
SfsA "" Names will be withheld if .q'uested. A letter should what they are doing do Negro seem to improve much
net e>ce words end must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The Asia, North Africa and the may their laws for all American citizens. people. The statement was and such heretics as Otto
SUit harm than to
reserves right to reject' any letter or to shorten it. without changing the Middle East the more good This is the of the civ-
f intent writer's meaning or during Second cause.It purpose read at the annual meeting Otepka, whose crime was tell-
World War were moved to il rights bill. the American Society of ing the truth about his
1 HoGIIS Gainesville High School PTA. We then called an Executive compassion and uneasiness by was only a few weeks ago "The right of petition' is a Newspaper Editors, which devoted remain ostracized and superiors in

At the first meeting of the Board meeting and at this the poor often children when representative Adam basic right in America, but it a part of its Thursday suspension. It was no surprise -
PTA DisbandedEDITOR who searched the Clayton Powell, chairman of also is basic to our system of,
garbagecans program to a discussion of to learn
High School that
PTA of 1962-63, meeting it was decided unani- Edu- Otepkawas
the House Committee
at U. S. The on government that there must "
posts. well- "civil rights, participated in
Sun: We, who one of the main topics con- mously to disband. After all fed and clothed U. S. soldier, cation and Labor and one be respect for the law. No one by prominent Negro leaders. handled one of the officials who

I were the elected officers of sidered was disbanding the current bills were paid, any with more spending mon e of the most prominent of the can condone violation of the, ditions investigations of con

the Gainesville High School organization. Immediately following money remaining in the trea- than any other man in uniform y- Negro clergymen in the coun- law. The main reason we are This City Pays Poland. in the embassy in

Parent-Teachers Associationat this sury was to be turned over to was a definite revolutionary try, addressed a mass meet- advocating the civil rights bill
the time of its disbanding, Board of meeting, we held the Gainesville High School influence.So ing of demonstrators at Cam- ,is, because too many states For Smoke Bane
1 feel that the recent political a decided Directors meetingand library, which was done. today the vast difference bridge, Md. As transcribed by .and too many individuals are ON THE BASIS of the rec-
advertisement in the to send a letterto We sincerely hope that this between Western the National BroadcastingCompany's defying the law of our Con- ( ) New York Times ord, therefore, periods of
paper plenty and
!the parents of all studentsat radio service he LONDONOne of the first thaw in relations with the
accusing Mr. Tiny Talbot of,' letter explains effectively the prosperity and the poverty of stitution and are denying con-
asking for their things an American notices in Soviet Union are followed
being wholly responsible for sequence of events leading to Asia, Africa and Latin America declared: stitutional rights to our fel- by
opinion on whether not Britain is that he
or ((1) can smokein new experiments in the nib-
disbanding our group shouldbe the disbanding of the Gainesville has been, and Is, the low citizens.
we .should disband the buses, subways, movie bling which Ambassador
"IT IS DIVINELY right process -
High School PTA.
clarified. We believe who
-we greatest political challenge of are strugglingfor
Gainesville High School PTA, to break houses and some theaters. Murphy watched:
Martin Luther King grow
the most accurate our time. civil rights will help their
j (2) we should continue the R. E. JONES, JR., the law in Montgomery, Ala- The cigarette cancer into the Berlin blockade. Per
account of this because of the At Geneva, the British ten- cause greatly by conductingtheir
Gainesville High School PTA, WARREN OGLETREE, bama. It is divinly right for scare has caused talk of ban- iods of thaw are also accompanied
and crusade with
positions we held at the time tatively cautiously peaceful
or (3)) we should form a Par- MRS. ROBERT BOLLES in of these redoubled
have the students in Jackson, Mis- the ning smoking some by efforts -
ai of the action. put forward a proposalto same good manners fore-
ents' Group. The result of the MRS. GUS McGRIFF make tariff concessions sissippi, last night to break bearance and devotion so places. Recently Manchester of the Russian KCB

i I Even before we took office poll was overwhelming in fav- MRS. MERTON HARTMAN, imports to the under developed on the law in Jackson Mississippi abundantly displayed last Au- became the first city to ban which have been so notoriously
there a good bit of discussion or of disbanding the Gaines- MRS. DAVID B. SMITH for ;
was countries. The plan must be It's divinely right gust in the civil rights marchon smoking in buses. In addition, flagrant in England.
about disbanding the ville High School PTA. DR. EVERETT FOUTS. ratified by: Commonwealth the people of Harlem to break Washington. the buses will no longer take However tractable the Russians -

Members. The United States the law and keep their kids "Violence is the very antithesis tobacco advertising. seem to become they
a POTOMAC FEVER had made a similar recom- out of school yesterday. It's of law and order. Illegal The city now wonders what do not lose sight of long-term
for the peopleof effects the action will have objectives. do not hesitate
mendation aye a r ago, but divinely right disturbances, demonstrations on They -
By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau suggested it apply to all Cambridge, Maryland, to which lead to violenceor revenues. C 0 U n cillor Alfred to shoot down our planes
Western developed countries. break the law until they havea to injury, strike grevious Logan, chairman of the trans- while they smilingly assureus
A bank failure leaves Uncle Sam holding a $100,000 mortgage on a bawdy Failure to do something will share in making the law." blows at the cause of decent port committee, forecast that .that they wish new under

house-and_ just when we have no vice president to put in charge. be a costly error. Mr. Powell's line of argument civil rights legislation the ban, which will go into ef- standings. Russia is hard-

-- Mr. K., talking to the Hungarians has since then been re- fect in two months, will mean pressed now internally and

President Johnson never misses a chance to say how well the economy is do- about bread and peated often by flier Negro "UNRULY demonstrationsand fewer passengers.If externally but to assume, as

ing. We'll soon all be rich enough to afford the coffee to keep us awake while sweet corn, seemingly be- leaders and recently plans protests that bring hard- the passenger loss is heldto does Senator Fulbright, that
he tells us about it. lieves he knows which way were announced that a demon- ship, and unnecessary incon- one-half of 1 per cent it will there can be a new deal with
-- the political winds are blow stration might take the formof venience to others even by mean a loss of $310,000 a yearto Russia, based on some kind

ing at home and abroad. stalling traffic on streets those who have long suffered the transport department.Bus of a poorly defined new world

The New York Mel's new stadium is not quite finished, but it's a beauty. People would like to live bet and highways to the World's indignities are not helpingthe advertising earns about order, approaches the limits

And it completed in plenty o! time for the world series ter. -. Fair in New York, particular- cause of civil rights. In 135,000 a year. of credibility


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I Public Defender-THe Duties and Problems I

The Gainesville League of for defending Indigents, is a ANSWERS: Your Public Defender is liter-
Women, Voters a .non-partisan four-year office with an annual Green: The function of the ally the hope of the penniless
organization, submitted quest salary of $8,000. Office of Public Defender is to accused.

tions prepared by its Voters THE CANDIDATES: protect the rights of those arrested The Public Defender must bea
Service Committee to all candi- Incumbent Robert A. GreenJr. for or charged with non- capable attorney who will not ; ya
dates who
face in
the opposition ., 27, of Starke; Robert S. Jus- capital felonies who are financially be swayed by pressure or per-
coming county election. tiss 46, of Gainesville. unable to retain private sonal ambition. He must always fs+ %i E x
QUESTION* counsel. "Non-capital felonies"are keep the interests of his client a sa
OFFICE: those crimes, tried in Cir- uppermost in his mind. For the
Public defender, a new office What is your understandingof cuit Court, for which a penaltyless innocent, he must assure freedom +.a
I created by the 1963 legislature the function of this office? than death may be imposed.HERE'S ; for the guilty, he must r
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obtain the mercy of the court
1 He must guarantee that each
man's case is investigated and
,1' that the Court is given all of
the facts.
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\\i 4Lk .:.... t Justiss: The function of the
I __,_KO ".'..-... Public Defender is to provide 4* i Q
to ,- ------
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insolvent under arrestor :
persons :
1-: GREEN f ': ; : \ + h ,
X [ or charged with a noncapital :, r ': :
r felony where such person re- '
6.'" quests it or the Court so orders r ;'}" .

and the person doesn't knowingly I Y ., : ",' \'; s'"
f understapdingly and intelligently j ,
.waive the opportunity to ; .-"";' :. .wI

+ be so represented.He y ., ....
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HOW FLORIDA'SSPESSARD is charged with assistingthe ; \ '>' '
r Court in determining the ..+.; "'
,1 L. question of "insolvency" and $ ::
filing a lien on the estate of the
so represented and recover t d .,
HOLLANDSTANDS person d.. j. s4 ..+ .
I, for the benefit of the state iSs vh
the reasonable value of his serv-
'b ? ON MEDICAL CARE ices as determined by the Court {ar
.- where the said person was not
FOR OUR SENIOR CITIZENS in fact insolvent. .aJUSTISS I +

...;ator Holland strongly supports those who have the need. It is financed What do you consider to be ,. r

medical assistance to Flor and administered by our the most pressing problems fac- '.\ "
ing the Office of Public Defender ; i
states with large Federal support.
Ida senior citizens.Two .
t Our entire Florida delegation in what in solutions the next few could years you, sug-and Legislature must be shown the r' .':.." "

1; proposals have been of- Congress voted for the Kerr-Mills gest to meet them? need. r-- o spa" ,

fered Medicare and the approach. Our state legislature ANSWERS: Finally, since the Defenderlaw R ADD. D a!
Since the office is new,
: itself is there
new are
). Kerr-Mills approach. Medicare approved it for a two year.period the people must be told of its many questions of procedure
offers only limited hospitalization as did 36 of our states and terri functions and purpose. There is, which need clarification. The '..- I i) I

tories. among certain people, a distrustof Courts and the Legislature must .x.."", .., ,,,,.. I :J :
and is financed by additional So- the state-paid defense attor- be consulted to accomplish this. :-- ,.j :: : ::" ;::: ; '. .: l % I
'f( cial Security taxes administered We are committed as a state ney the Defender. This distrust Justiss: The problems as I : :: : > .... ,. sDUA;twAisurAvv !
It must be overcome by education see them will be: 't' "" "AU' OFTH: E'r; >= ;: ._.. ",''' .. ,... .
by the Federal Government. and nation to try the Kerr-Mills and the Defender's per- N ,

covers all old persons, rich and approach for two years. !If formance.To ((1) Inadequate pay and expenses -' : : ::69 .. J..Y'. ,
doctor be effective, the Off ice of the office, making the :: Q.Y1 ,:,',<:m .; i {...;::.:.::. '.' '.'
poor, but does not cover changes are necessary, we can must be adequately staffed and office unattractive to the older, \

bills. On the other hand, Kerrmake them to assure adequate financed. While the State At- more experienced attorney. (I ;:.

Mills covers both hospital and medical assistance to our older torney has the investigative fa- hope I can afford the job my ..,..... ':: ", .
cilities of all law enforcement wife is afraid .we can't, since
doctor bills and protects only citizens. agencies. at his disposal, your my office expense last year exceeded '
Defender does not. the salary of the office,
e SPESSARD L HOLLAND of the Senate tMember of Joint Com- My investigative facilities and my private practice is cer- ::5
Is a Member of the Sen. Agriculture* and Forestry mittee on reduction of presently consist of myself anda tain to suffer substantially.
ate Com Committee. nonessential Federal ex- of law students .3 i
Appropriations small group iz.i' : t
mitts penditures. who have volunteered. These (2)) There is the problem of L.- ,., :
early contact with the accused; ;: ;
Member of the AeronauMember of the Senate (reu&ti Aim\iemtt TM students do a tremendous job,' his or her rights cannot be fully : .
tool and Space Science Democratic Steering I tor >r lllrhn E. Wolf", but their efforts are limited to protected unless the defense at-
Committee. Committee. Treasurer) Alachua County which is but
torney can get on the case as
of the six counties served
one soon as the State's attorney and
RE EL E C T S PE S S A RD L by Sufficient this Office.funds must be pro- his staff. Sooner or lateryou'll

vided to permit the Office to ((3)) The problem of bail will
properly perform its duties for, have to be solved, since thereis
as the population grows, so will] a great deal of pressure on try Old GrandDadWhy
the already heavy case load. a person to plead guilty, where
1I I 1 These funds should come from he may have to stay in jail
U.S. S E A T O R the state. However, the counties longer than a prospective sen-
should be willing to contribute if tence awaiting trial, unless he not ?
the state does not, for the coun- cops a plea. sooner
ties derive the most benefit. The (4)) Additional load will be
I', put on the office when misde-
I meanors are added to the felonies -
for legal assistance. I It's a fact. We. know almost every bourbon drinker tries Old
Tomorrow 22 thru 25.
Beginning April think they will be added, sincea Grand-Dad eventually. And when he does, he wonders why he

: liberty person for a can longer be period deprived some-of ever settled for less. So don't wait. Move up to the perfect flavorof

J. M. FIELD'S PLAZA times for so-called minor Old Grand-Dad. The. sooner the better-for you.
crimes, than for a felony.
(5) The problem of financescan
: Life Size Wax bear repeating. Can you
,... : imagine defending, adequately,
a Old Grand-Dad
300 to 5,000 persons per yearon
Replica Of. the salary of this office, when
officials .
all the forces of the state -
I i are lined up on the other 86 PROOF AND 100 PROOF BOTTLED IN.BOND
side expert witnesses, doctors, .' -. ':
DaVinci's Famous photographers, FBI and Sher -
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6 Gainesville Sun Tuesday; April ''21,' 1964 ; ...

|IH'; How Sex and. Subversion, Rocked- U.S.- Embassy* :" < '. 4 I

By CLARK MOLLENHOFF !agent. His record was traced,leave for Europe where they it later to a CIA official hej!,ued to check and corroborate all of- the testimony by Golen

11 Cowles Washington Bureau [from the time he was in the ser-j have established residence. I trusted, but he had no knowledge -:the information. I iewski and he has made a per-

, WASHINGTON, D. C. The Scandal Involved vice in 1939 through assignments -\, While Irwin Scarbeck, a minor if anything had been done He has named 19 Americans I sonal call on CIA Director John

Information on sex and subver- at posts in Berlin, Moscow figure who had given only I about the matter. I who he said were working for I McCone to make certain that

sion in the United States Em Prominent Individualslowing Vladivostok, Istanbul, Ankara a few papers to the Until recent weeks, Colonel the KGB 12 in the State De- every possible step is taken to

J, I bassy in Poland was so extensive Ascuncion, Poznan and ists, went to prison Commun-I Goleniewski has been known partment, four in the CIA, and!protect Goleniewski.The .

that chief security eval- I'Warsaw. As the probe neared!years, the foreign only by his code name at state three are well known scientific! Senate Internal Security

i i: uator Otto F. Otepka could up the information and I reliability. completion there was no doubt cer who had been a Soviet and at the FBI. He was in CIA I figures. I Subcommittee staff has been

I I hardly believe it. that no major State Department The information was reliable, in the minds of the State! agent for 18 years was permitted -,custody, and until last June no Two of those named by Golen 'given a full briefing on the
f ,
officials from probe would be,necessary. j the FBI reported. Leads from! Department's top security eval-I to bow out without prosecu- one else saw him. iewski were persons who l I.Goleniewski story, and has
three high
I: But Central Intelligence Agency The CIA officials stated that;,Goleniewski were to be followed -: uators that Goleniewski had:'tion.I been mentioned in the news in!I:been assured by Representative -

j, the CIA assured Otepka and the action to remove the security I'4 up carefully '1 I correctly identified the man asia I Got Quizzing recent months. One was ap-'I) Feighan that he is,a careful
( ) risks from the embassy in War-, Soviet agent. I Ii ;
Ote\ Suspicions pointed to an ambassadorial!I and responsible
under Secretaryof In the State Department,
then i
saw should be done slowly and' In June, the CIA asked Rep-
State Loy Henderson that it pka and other security officers post by President Kennedy.1 I While Feighan says he is not
reliable inform- with a great deal of caution, for ] with 'Mala ,Hari'As In 1961, Goleniewski still in resentative Feighan to sponsor Another is being considered for challenging the motives of top
came from a I I urged caution in dealing
who in the Soviet any unusual activity might, Warsaw started getting "a legislation to make Goleniewski an ambassadorial post by John-I officials of the State Department
ant was high I the information from CIA. They
They alert the KGB to the fact that the security was gradually feed back" on information he an American citizen because of son, according to persons who i and CIA to explore the

intelligence apparatus.trip for they had a spy in their ranks. 'were able to thwart the recom- tightened at the U.S. Embassy had been giving the CIA. He the great service he had per- talked with Goleniewski.The I matter, he says he can under-
made a special conveying mendations of
This and J some foreign in Warsaw unusual let- formed. The Ohio Democratsaid
an ,
the information.It : was an a re- was certain that someone in information he has given i stand why Goleniewski has
liable undercover and it :service officers that the only delivered to the Warsaw; he would but that first ,
agent, ter was CIA or the State Department, to Representative
Feighan reluctance to rely solely
was early in 1959, and the vital to him in his I necessary action was simply to identified Irwin he wanted to at least the appears -!some
was keep position embassy that serving as an agent for the Sov- to be corroborated by the' agencies where there is
could the information to U.S. upon
CIA officials said they : and take every 'relay Scarbeck minor U. S. diplo- iet man he was sponsoring and
precau- a government, was channelingthe judgement of the late R. W.Scott some considerable Soviet pene-
give no clue as to the identityof ,tion to assure that he not be Ambassador Jacob D. Beam in matic figure, as being involvedin information back and he have a brief informal hearing.He McLeod the former head,tration.
the man for he was still operating -,identified. Warsaw. went to New York
,an illicit relationship with might soon be identified. spent of the State Department Security -'
in the KGB (Societ com- : Feighan says that Goleniewski
mittee for state _security) network I Neither Otepka nor Henderson Beam OkayThere Urszula Maria' Discher, an at- Despite CIA; efforts to keep 'only about 15 or 20 ..minut.eswith of Division, and Otepka, the!Lis "nervous and upset" over the

and had agreed to remain -knew at the time that the important tractive female Communist him in place, Goleniewski made Goleniewski a cursory and questioning former chief evaluator: At Mc-'safety of his wife and himself.

in his job as a "STIP" or I informant was a man was no doubt about the agent. It.was reported that'.I.his decision to leave the Soviet I bill to sponsored. the Leod's instructions, Otepka com- but that he finds him to be clear

stay-in-place informant. known to the CIA as Lieutenant I reliability of Beam, but the very Scarbeck was peddling some sphere. With his wife and I grant citizenship.The 'piled at list of more than 800:land careful on intelligence mat

Colonel Michael Goleniewski, a ,nature of the information involving classified documents to the with a large amount of documents legislation passed the ;persons whose clearance for security !ters. He has been irritated at

The information on condi-in high ranking KGB intelligence at least two very high per- Communists.The he went to East Berlinin House on July 19, 1963, at the matters was doubtful. Most! the efforts of some CIA officials
tions in the U. S. Embassy tune it was Goleniew
Warsaw shocking. Polish officer stationed in Poland but sons in the embassy and prob- exposure of Scarbeck, his the summer of 1961 and ski called and reported ,:of the cases involved Communist and State Department officialsto
was expressed
with authority to move freely .ably more was not somethingthat indictment and c o nviction, crossed over to West Berlin. activity or associations but, characterize Goleniewski as
acting agents for for his
girls, as : own safety and the
party .safety
about the Iron Curtin countriesin By arrangements made at the I a large number were homosexuals !
the KGB had seduced nearlyall should be sent to the em- caught .public attention. !of relatives in Poland. now unreliable" or "un
Europe. top in the FBI office' in Wash- persons who had made i "
of the members of the Marine bassy. If high embassy.officials the security division was On August 3, 1963, Represen- stable.
guard and were givena Hidden were in fact Soviet agents, then on the trail of bigger game ington, Golenuwski was im-I tative Feighan and two others-I false statements on material I This is the same man the CIA

rather free run of the bar- Identity they might channel information the top level foreign service of- mediately taken to Vienna .j-one a specialist in intelligencework matters, and some persons came to see Feighan about less

racks and embassy at night. back to the KGB that would re- ficer identified by Goleniewski. where he met with a local at- went to New York whose drinking habits or sex than| a year ago and at that
Goldeniewski was not his ac tache from the U. S. Embassyin habits made them obvious easy time Goleniewskias
The informant.Tstated that '8 tual name,, for as an experi- sult in identification and arrestof Goleniewski had never identi London. He furnished even where they spent five hours i targets for espionage agents. they reliable pictured informant who
foreign seryice officer,enced informant Goleneiwski.The fied Scarbeck, and apparentlydid with Goleniewski, listening to a
hfgh intelligent agent he fear- more information at that timeon More than 200 of these cases had provided much valuable in.
serving as embassy security officer ed that he would be exposed by security office programwas not know him by name although the KGB agents in the CIA, [his complaints about the CIA, were considered to be serious formation. Feighan indication

was in fact acting as a Soviet agents in the CIA if' simply to move with caution he had indicated that the State Department, and in and taking full notes on the in- and deserving urgent attention of sees in Golen no

foreign agent for.,the: KGB and he used his actual name. He operated -, : The members of the Marine the Communists were receivingsome the scientific community in the formation that he had given the because of the fact they held iewski but a change in
only a change
was feeding out information to [ through a "cutout" ort' guard were rotated out of information from other United States. CIA on penetration of Commu- critical intelligence posts or the

the Communists while knowingly third person he trusted rather'Warsaw to Bonn and Frank- personnel in the Warsaw em- Although he was put in the |nist agents in the U. S. govern high level jobs. some where quarters a quiet in effort is agencies being

permitting the Marine guardto |than directly through CIA. furt where they could be bassy who had been seduced. custody of the CIA, Goleniewski ment. Almost all of the names men- made to discredit the man prior
be seduced. questioned and this would While Otepka and others Goleniewski explained how
give proceeded tioned
The CIA also sought to was fearful of the CIA. He by Goleniewski are on'to his appearance before the
protect some indication of the reliability on the basis that Scar- $1.2 million in U.S. funds had
had the list
knowledge of CIA officials compiled by
the identity more and used some Senate Internal Security Com
II Wife Seduced still another code in of the reports from the in- beck was important, they also who were Soviet agents, been siphoned out of the CIA and there has been further in- mittee.

name formant., felt it could be a plant to draw and he feared for his in Vienna, and secretly passedon dication of corroboration of
!' The wife of of the highest (sending information from Gol- from the personal to the Communists. ,
one When questioned by security attention away major safety.In One heavy Soviet penetration at
eniewski to the State
foreign service officers in Department personnel in Germany, the Marine the United States, he was third of the money was given State and CIA from another V
the U. S. Embassy had made a I I the FBI and other U. S. spy.From |,the KGB Soviet
guards broke down and admitted that standpoint, the quartered in an apartment in secret police, important defector Yuri No- Electrical
trip to Moscow where the Soviets intelligence agencies. a wild sex life with the strategy didn't work. Early in New York, given a $1,000 a one-third went to the Italian senko, a high ranking Soviet

I had seduced her by employing I Several months before the I Communist party girls in War- 1961, the man identified by Gol- month, and continued to give Communist ,Party, and onethirdwas secret police official defected
a handsome and debo- State told of! eniewski recalled to Wash sent back to the United Home
Department was saw. They admitted the general was information to the CIA. H o w- last February 4 while attendingthe Heating

nair young Communist, the CIA i'the existence of this important j) lax security procedures,' the ington. He was questioned on ever, he was not satisfied with States for the use of the American Geneva disarmament con- Residential Commercial

undercover agent had reported.informant,I the FBI was given presence of the girls in the Marine informtaion obtained in more the use being made of his infor- Communist Party.He ference as an adviser to the, Industrial

She had lived with him for a{information that was passed to barracks and in the embassy -than a year of careful inquiry mation by the CIA, but there was certain that the CIA(Soviet delegation I

week. She had been photo-ithe subversive section in the! and at his earlier posts, and the lie- was no opportunity to tell had bugged his apartment, so CALLC.
implicated high for I
graphed, and the KGB had, one detector tests what :he merely noted in a foreign Seeks I P. Dressier
: Washington field office. Goleniewski's eign service official with know, gave was anyone, about it. Inquiry .
plans to try to use this material considered to be irrefutable evi. |service register the names of
code name was used His fear was increased when \
ledge of the chaotic ., Electrical Contractor
and pay-off to obtain security.He the
a money in reporting lists of immigrantsor dence that he was an undercov he met in Washington with a persons he knew to be Soviet Representative Feighanwants
information from was the man identified in the I Phone FR 6-6193
security He
I agents. also
Polish embassy officials in er agent. group of CIA officials who wereto I wrote the namesof a congressional investi-
her husband. The husband did same way by Goleneiwski, and I 910 N.W. 4th St.
( The evidence submitted some CIA officials names that will record
j Washington who were in fact was question him about spies in .gation put on
not know of it yet. this man had been a Commun he had ---- -
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to the Justice but given
part of a Communist spy appa- Department, the U. S. government. Later
The CIA undercover agent ist agent for about 18 cause of his !
years. there The knowledge that that I
\ratus. The FBI agents were was no prosecution. he told .representative Michael
\ reported that there were other Meanwhile, the State Depart. had been
astounded at the amount of precise man was allowed to resign A. Feighan, Dem.-0hio, that he [agency penetrated at STABLE & DIGNIFIED
U. S. officials of lower stature ment Security Division did some
an 1 important
quietly, obtain a and i spots.
information, and they were II passport recognized one of the CIA officials -
\ in the embassy who had been extensive investigation of the> II
for He left the
'even a little suspicious of the Europe. : as an undercover Com-
and Noted
compromised through sex background of the America I,country without his wife. His attractive -' munist. Figures'There
Goleniewski I
who delivering material. It could have beena said he was ,: Keep your Tax Assessor'soffice
money were Foreign Service officer wh<>i mistress, also a State: so frightened to man .
Soviet plant with false leads see the he operating in a stable
know have been
information but he did not I had been identified by Golen several other '
all of the details their to draw the FBI attention away Department employe, was pert pretended he was ill and left .visits to Goleniewski I F end dignified manner.
on liewski by Feighanand
as a Communist l mitted to and ,
resign quickly. He said
j names and positions. from something more impor- _._ he reported- his aides who, have contin- KEEP J. PIERCESMITH
After explaining the story of tant. CIA officials that time ---- I

major Soviet espionage in the were still seeking more corrobo- Sea

II U. S. embassy in Warsaw, the ration for the story their infor- Rising Brings Havoc U) Calif.

CIA officers assured Otepka and mant was telling ,and they

Henderson that they were fol- wanted an FBI judgment on his
By RALPH DIGHTON is breathtaking when viewed but few homes have been built (Pd. Arfv.)
EL CENTRO, Calif. (AP-) for the first time. Rimmed by largely because of the shortage on the Mexican border. -- --- -------- -- ----- --- --- - -
The actual
Damage estimated at million:s: rugged mountains, reflecting of fresh water and the distanceto amount of water
from this
I of dollars has been caused fr y7 the bright blue of the desert source is not deter- ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A
'w y7 171[ Y N R y F y I major population centers..mined but it
mysteriously rising water in th e sky, the sea seems out of placein Los Angeles is a good three! for is it compensates

land-locked Salton Sea. its vast cactus littered hours drive to the west. loss of more than the 72 evaporation inches a FLORIDA Swimming Poolby

Homes, resorts, military in valley. In the last three years another .|year.

stallations, thousands of acre:; Long famed for fishing, hunt- spectre has risen to haunl t l Probably a principal
ing and the in Rivers Construction Co.
sea recent
of farmland- even such California promoters-an increase in the although no one wants to admit
0 Y k v oddities as dry-ice careand ;:; years has spurred promoters rate of rise of the water level. it-is excess irrigation water

steam pots almost side b;y to attempt several real When the sea was formed ir I from vast Imperial Valley vege- A QUALITY POOL Backed by a

side-have been inundated b1;Y estate booms. ..1906 by Colorado River water table and cotton fields. California FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY

S 0 At tQ t4Q the slowly rising salt water None has successful.been more Subdivi-thz,'pouring through a break in the has been fighting with Arizona .Ii I
.PERM tTROUaiCALL lake. Ail-American Irrigation Cana I for years for the lion's i 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40
sions have been laid out around ,
into the bed of
long-dry an an [share of
Colorado Priced
River waters at $3,000 to $3,500
Thirty-six miles long and u expensive 'acht'clubs and thousands -
;p ) i
ciet ocean, its surface wa:;
that YR.
the Salton Se of lots sold for any California is DOWN-5
to 16 miles wide, s; city prices about 250 feet below sea level. getting more than it needs tI t
---- -- -- --
Now the surface is 2J;i I
FR 6-2661 would be ammunition for Ant WITH EACH POOL YOU GET

20 NW 16th AVENUE in the Newschief feet below sea level. In the pas t zona's legal guns. Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board
People three years it has risen two fee!t
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 400WCAICOMWWRESTAURANT Whatever the source, the Sal- Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
and the is measurecat I
rise now ton Sea is rising, slowly lappingat
I a quarter inch a week.
By TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS, of staff, arrived today for structures on its shoreline.
| COPENHAGEN (AP) The!conferences with Malaysian I
Paid Advertising i
:from? Not the heavens because
Rev. Dominique Pire, Belgian military leaders. They presumably -,i i RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO.
rainfall last measured only
WEDWKPATSOUTHERN Roman Catholic priest who won will brief him on guerrilla; year

the 1958 Nobel Peace Prize, has i fighting in Borneo, touched off i four inches. 1909 EAST 5th STREET
: : been awarded the annual Son-'by Indonesia's "crush Malay-! The New and Alamo rivers DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA,

ning prize for 'meritorious I sia" campaign. i which pour ,into it from the e 622.7048 FLA.

work for the advancement of It was believed Wheeler was'south carry ,mostly sewage I I.

FRIED CHICKEN European culture." I fully informed of the Malaysian\water from Mexicali, a city of ------ -- -- -.

Father Pire is noted for his'situation Monday night in Singapore Advertisement) I
I EtVCD WITH 2 YEGITAIUS, HOT 101U AND UTTf humanitarian work with European where he talked with commanders
and Asian refugees.The of Britain's Far East I Don'f Ne 9 lec* SlippingFALSE i LOWRY'SREMOVAL

I ALL YOU prize, worth $16,430 was forces. Britain is helping defend TEETH

I presented at Copenhagen's university Malaysia. I
Monday. Previous Winners I Do false teeth drop tUp or wobble !
BH EOTLIGGETT when you talk eat laugh or sneeze?
include Albert Schweitzerand Don't be annoyed and embrr d
h ndie ps- FASTEETH. aD SALE
Bertrand Russell. teeth
I on your plates. keeps false
DRUG STORES more firmly set.Glass confident feel-
CAIRO (AP)Quote of the )10JEn i'PI! E I: las of security and added comfort.1-.
-- -- I Irrn : Normnmy.rooey.p&St7t&.aI:
dayPresident = =1r-rn=t'' J JI
Carnal Abdel Nasser counters rreiywber WILL CONTINUE

after his daughter, Mona,
failed to meet admission re-

I quirements for Cairo Univer-! *, Representative (and Insurance ) UNTIL EVERYTHING SOLD i
lFYOURE ,sity. "I'm proud that while they( : .-.y:

i son of a fanner managed to!I Ralph Turlington is a .
'join the university, the daugbI -/ '

I PRICES I tier of the president of the republic -'|' NEW MERCHANDISE IS COMING ..

;i could not because she

:didn't obtain the necessary ON THE FLOOR EVERYDAY '
S ;marks This means equality of TOOLof

opportunity for everybody in
:our country." FROM THE WAREHOUSE.



I Gen. Earle Wheeler, U.S. Army, the big and powerful insurance companies.His .
1 1Eusieeu Check Your Furniture, Bedding and Carpet-

a 11.t I; voting record on insurance matters Needs Now.. If We Still Have It, You Win

proves that he is doing a good job of protect-

ing this special interest. Refer to HB No. 9 SAVE FROM 25 TO 75 % NOW!

The Furniture Manufacturers -1963 Legislative Session.

o Ante

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in Gainesville, the buzzing sawmill foreman. As you wander Wt Rent
WORLDS FINEST whine of the giant saw blades
past huge stacks of rough MostEverything"
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED ._ . ,\ has become a familiar soundto
III. I : follow them
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GAINESVILLE'SWurliizer r sawmill blades. The superplaced into a dry kiln, and from

.\ r )' ,; .'-' vision is left in the capable, oxthere to the storage sheds. Carlos. IH. HopeRESIDENTIAL

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Plan in today's buildings. Home you'll find such famous V tx bL 2353 N.E. 18th
PH. 372.2222 Lumber Co. is licensed by the brand names as DuPont and Terrace
Plenty: of FREE Perking _
Southern Pine Inspection Boardand Davis. Blue Grass tools of all '
uses stamp No. S.P.I.B. 992. types are displayed in the tool

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all plys and grades, sheets of purchase any tool from a screw 1

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a Gainesville Sun Tuesday April 21, 1964

I LU001f.ll f uifflfflliy I Speyer-Hart Tea Honors Calendar Of Events I

TODAY, April 21 Lester L. Hale, guest review-
Mrs. J. H. PalmerMore Delta Kappa Gamma, 7:30
p.m., Mrs. Joseph Leps, 2210 er.Gainesville Bridge Club,
: NW First Avenue. 7:30 pjn., Holiday Inn.
THE f I L ; A than 350 guests called,and Mrs. William H. Knight of First Lutheran Church University Bridge Club,

Sunday afternoon during a.tea Winter Haven, both nieces of Ladies Guild, Rachel Circle, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW
given to honor Mrs. J. H. Palmer 15th
dy ., .J7 bn the honoree, presided at the coffee 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Richard Eck- Terrace.
Ruth Weimer Women's EditorPreNuptial ti a in celebration of her eight service. er, 314 NW 36th Terrace. Chapter AP, PEO, 10:30
ieth birthday April 15. Gainesville Food and Nutrition a.m., Mrs. Sam Evans and

Hostesses for the birthdaytea Those pouring punch were Association, 8 p.m., Mrs. T. Lynn Smith at the t
Davis-Fedison ;' were Mrs. Palmer's four Mrs. John K. Feiber, Mrs. Patrick Alachua General Hospital Evans' home, 2022 NW 14th
fir SPNE' Avenue. !
nieces, Miss Louise Kincaid, Bowyer, Mrs. Albert Ad- Cafeteria.
Mrs. James Feiber, Mrs. J. S. kins, Mrs. J. C. McCraw HI of Lioness Club, 7:30 p.m., Bosses Night Banquet,
McCraw of Guntersville Ala., Mrs. L. B. Hull, 1015 NW 13th Gainesville Chapter National
and Mrs. Thomas Fuller o fall Winter Park Mrs. Clay Davis, Avenue, co-hostess, Mrs. Les Secretaries Association, 6:30
Parties Washington, D. C., who entertained great nieces of Mrs. Palmer. Cake. p.m., Primrose Inn. t,
at the Gainesville Worn. Beta Lambda Chapter of Philharmonic Society,
t 34 I an's Club. Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Card 8 p.m., Dr. and Mrs. Louis
Honoring Miss Virginia Kay tions and button chyrysanthe- / And also Miss Mary Gracy, Party, 8 p.m., Mrs. Robert Stern, 4341 Newberry Road.
Davis and their son, John Matthew mums in an antique gold lea :f E4 I The four hostesses greeted Miss Nancy Hyer of Jacksonville Sullivan, Mrs. Jon Yaggy, I University Women's Club
I Fedison, Mr. and Mrs. epergne formed the centerpiecewith guests at the door and Mr. and ; Mrs. Riley Blitch, Miss Mrs. M. E. Harrison and Mrs. Newcomers Bridge, 8 p.m.,
John Fedison of Hackensack, small nosegays with ribbon Mrs. Palmer and another niece, Katherine Setzer of Tampa. Earl Crawford, 4000 SW 15th Clubhouse, West New berry
N. J., entertained last night: !streamers running the length of i' I Mrs. S. P. Pearson of Tampa, Music was provided for Street. Road.

with the rehearsal dinner at the table. formed the receiving line. the party by Dolores Stanton, Gainesville Alumnae chapterof THURSDAY, April 23

the Holiday Inn. Guests included the honorree, Decor Pink, White organist. Sigma Kappa sorority, 8 p.m., Gainesville Garden Club Cir-
The Davis-Fedison nupti a 1 s her mother; Mrs. Davis; the ': ;, OF Chapter House, 1108 East cles:
will be solemnized this eveningat bridegroom's mother, Mrs. John The two punch tables and coffee Among the out of town guests Panhellenic Drive. 9:30 a.m., Begonia, Mrs.
8:30 o'clock In the First Presbyterian Fedison; Mrs. John .Nelson, table were adorned with silver were Dr. and Mrs. Fred Math- Howard Bishop PTA, 8 p.m., Hugh C. Simmons, Kincaid
Church. The reception Mrs. J. P. DeLaney, Mrs. John candelabra holding pink and ers of Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. J. I Cafetorium, Election of officers Road; Chrysanthemum, .Mrs.I
given in Fellowship Hall Romaine, Mrs. David Gray, c : white carnations, baby's breathand C. McCraw HI, Wmter'Park; j followed by panel discussion of Ralph Cellon, R. F. D. 3; Day.,
by the bride's parents, Dr. and Mrs. John Ward and Miss Dorothy pale pink candles. Gen. Thomas Fuller of Washing I candidates for County School lily, Mrs. Earl Powers, Coun-
Mrs. George K. Davis, will fol Jeanne Davis of Washington 4t : It : ton, D. C.; Mrs. S. R. Pearson, :Board and School Superintend try Club Estates; Gardenia,
D. C., Miss Ruthanne Davis f Mrs. W. A. Setzer of Tampa, Mrs. W. A. Setzer, Miss Katherine .ent. Mrs. Charles A. Black, 1852
I and white spring flowers and Miss Mary Ellen Davisof } Setzer and Mrs. William Set Supreme Forest Woodmen NW 10th Ave.; Palm, Mrs.

J were used to center the sup- Tavares.Shower' zer, all of Tampa; Mrs. W. H. j Circle, 7:30 pjn., Odd Fellows R. H. Reisinger, 4058 NW
per tables and all appointments Given Harris- Knight and son, William, Whiter ]Hall. 12th Ave.; Dianthus, Mrs. H. L.
I were in pink and white. Feting the bride- to-be, a mis- Haven; Mrs. E. M. Fieber, Mrs.T. WEDNESDAY, April 22 Freese, 4145 NW 10th Street
Seated with members of the cellaneous shower was given F. McGuire, Mrs. R. A. Hyer Book Reviewers' Luncheonof 9:45 ajn., Glorisa, Mrs.
bridal party were the followingout recently, by Mrs. Harold Wallace v ?a s3 err and Miss Nancy Hyer all of Gainesville Woman's Club, John H. Davis, 1729 NW eighth -
of town guests: I Mrs. ,John Feaster; ,Mrs. Gainous Jacksonville. 12:30 p.m., Clubhouse, Dr. I Avenue.
Mrs. Robert Marshall Davis, Ray Shirley and Mrs.-'L. R. Arlington.
Deborah and Ross, Manhasset{ --
, L. I., N. Yv .Mr. and Mrs; Rob- The party, given at the Wal-
ert Nelson Belleville7 .N. J.; lace.home featured a pink.and NuptialsJACKSONVILLE
Nicholas Fedison, Scotch Plains, white color note. Gifts were .
N. J.; Mr. .and, Mrs. John Ro- presentedto.Miss Davis from a
maine of Bradenton-"grandpar-- pink umbrella. k- 4
It ; Mrs. Darnell F. Harris of Jacksonville
ents of the bridegroom; and Dr. The serving table, laid with a "'w.* : 't<>k:< t !-*' announce the betrothalof I.
U. S. 'Gordon. and Rev.;' Gary pink,cloth, was adorned with t.,1.<< $ 'Z /; :.. "'\c..d::< Jt'lfn. their daughter, Miss Carolyn
Waller. > '..*k pink tapers and white flowersBrides' Erik Speyer Arnetta Harris to Robert Edwin I
Bridesmaids LuncheonMrs. arranged in a milk glass hold- Gainous of Mr. nd
son ?
MIAMI Miss Jo Beth Hart graduated Sunday afternoon
Allen ,Y. DeLaney en-
Mrs. Edwin Gainous of Gaines
tertained with the bridesmaids er.Out of town guests for the became the bride of,Erik Spey 'from the University of Florida. ville.
luncheon Saturday afternoon at party included the bridegroom's er on Monday in St. Joseph's 'I' Mrs. Speyer. is a member oi .
the Gainesville..Golf and Country :mother, Mrs.Fedison; Mrs. Catholic Church of Miami Delta, Delta Delta sorority ancMr. The wedding will be solem- The
Club complimenting the Robert Nelson of Belleville Shores. : .; Speyer is a member of PiKappa ized May 2 at 6 pjn. in the

bride to be. .N. J., and the brideelect's sister The bride is the daughter ofMr. :,Alpha fraternity.After Murray Hill Methodist Church. ,
An arrangement of pink Miss" Dorothy Jeanne Davis .: and Mrs. William Perry trip, the, The bride-elect is a grad-
sweetheart roses, rose carna of Washington.ney I Hart of Miami Shores and the couple will establish a h o me in uate of the Nathan B. Forrest
bridegroom is the son of Mr. Gainesville, where the bride- High School in Jacksonville.She i
and Mrs. Sven Speyer of Coral groom will take post graduates is employed as a dental
I BookTODAY Gables. t u die s at the University of technologist by Dr. John Mul-
The newlyweds were both Florida. len of Gainesville.The .

April 21 Paul Jones Sr. and Mrs. John bridegroom-elect attended 1t l
Paul Jones Jr.THURSDAY Not 'Square' To Eat Gainesville High School and
Wedding of Miss Virginia is employed by the Charles
Kay Davis, daughter of Dr. April 23 3 Chip Company as a salesman.To .
and Mrs. G e o r ge K. Davis, Square Meals A Day introduce the bride-to- ,
and John Mat thew Fedison, Dinner honoring Miss Court- ... .. "-- ..--
Hackensack, N. J., 8:30 p.m. West, bride to-be of Nath I There's nothing squareabout ently revealed that only oe to uainesvuie will entertain menus with AITS.Sainous a :
First Presbyterian church. Culpepper Doughtie, 7 p.m., I eating three square about one in six young people tea Saturday afternoon.
in Fellowship Mrs. James Feiber and Miss meals a day, Howard eat
Reception following I says an adequate break The party is planned from
Louise Kincaid at the latter'shome
Hall. a 16-year-old Gainesville -
I fast.Girls 2 to 5 p.m. at the Gainous .
Buffet supper and swimming -. 313 SW 26th Street. High School junior. are the poorest fed home, 1607 NW 12th Road. ,
party, honoring Miss FRIDAY April 21 I Howard, son of Dr. and members of the modern family -
; Courtney West, bride elect of Mrs. H. K. Wallace, spent figures show.
i Nath .C u I pepper: Doughtie, Bridesmaids luncheon for Miss four days in Chicago, last Girls only need from 2,400 Dianthus Circle
5:30 p.m., Mrs. Diane; Smith, Courtney West, bride elect of I week hearing leading author- to 2,600 calories a day while to I
" 1428 NW Seventh Road. Nath Culpepper Doughtie, 12:30 !.ities speak on teenage nutri- boys should consume from 3- Meets ThursdayMrs. ke&p your FURS
pjn. Mrs. Walter Godwin and tion. 100 to 3,600.Sigma.
WEDNESDAY, April 22 Miss Carol Cox, GainesvilleGolf Now, he's spreading the H. L. Freese, 4145 NW '

Informal party honoring and.Country Club. word 'on the GHS campus. Tenth Street, will be hostess to safe...
Miss Courtney West and her Bridesmaids luncheon com- Young Wallace was one of Kappa the Dianthus Circle of the ;:'

fiance, Nath CulppepperDoughtie plimenting Miss Anne Pruvis, '10 outstanding students representing Alum To Gainesville Garden Club Thurs- sound...
5:30 to 7pjn., Mr. bride elect of. Billie Nugent Florida at the ,National day at 9:30 ajn. Mrs. J. M. .
and Mrs. Robert Bowers and Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville, Youthpower Conference.He Gainesville Alumnae Chaptei Weir is to be cohostess.The and beautiful
their daughter Miss P h o ebe Mrs. Marcus Conant and her and 200 other top tee n- of Sigma Kappa sorority will program will be ,given \{ .
Bowers, 4872 NW 20th Place. ,daughter,' Miss Anne Conant, agers from around the coun- hold a business meeting tonight Mrs. C. J. Workinger who INSIST ON
Dinner complimenting Miss '12:30 p.m., Gainesville Golf try heard talks by leading at 8 in the Beta Tau Chap twill show slides on Japanese /
Courtney West and her fiance and Country Club. nutritionists, educators, and ter House, 1108 East Panhel, Flower arrangements
Nath Culpepper Doughtie, Mr. Rehearsal dinner honoring food experts. lenic Drive. .
and Mrs. William' Elmore, Miss Anne Purvis. and their Teenagers shortchange Mrs., J. F. Harris, Presi : KNOWN AS THE FINEST }
1800 NW 14th Ave. .son B i]llie Nugent Nimnlcht themselves nutritionally in'a dent announces election of'officers S
Luncheon honoring Miss Glen- Jr., Mr. and Mrs. B.-N. Nim number of ways, the -:youths for the 1964-65 year;The t+ FUR CLEANSING
da Moon, fiancee :of BartonThrasher I nicht Sr. of Jacksonville J. learned.Too many either skip nominating committee, Mrs. S
Jr., 12:15 p.m., Mrs. lowing 6 pjn. rehearsal, breakfast entirely, or eat an Glen Haas, Miss Hazel Done- -
H.. J. Stevens-and her daughter Gainesville Golf and Country inadequate breakfast. gan, and Mrs. Ned Scott, willpresent & REJUVENATION
Miss Jan Stevens, Mrs.. John Club. A Youthpower survey rec- a slate of, officers. Paid Advertising I

Why be satisfied with second beat?
I Hints HeloiseDEAR HoHandcrizJna has been America's best
a ;: ',., known name in fur for generation
: ,' ./q,. '...... ,, 3 because Hollanderfeino cart for furl never
a .r >- varies..keeps your furs soft,fresh delicate-
FOLKS: I II By HELOISE CRUSEare will find no more green or the and of course best beautiful. Now, since

So many .of you"have askedIf white again. Put on the fire black marks on the children's long remembered Holiday. boy her a than very i ordinary costs cleaning no more always 'insist .
I could get, the..orjgin J re 4 .
I __ ;, with four quarts of hot water necks on HoHanderfcfnfl -
cipe for the famous U. S. Sen- Then take one and one-half Do this once a week.GRANDMOTHER push-button Dua Cycle portableKitchenAld This
ate Restaurant bean soup, and pounds of Smoked Ham Hocks, OF "SIX ,: tag,lock the leafed to your fur. aguarantees
also the recipe for the soup boil slowly approximately three AND ONE-HALF" genuine Hoiianderizing.
served in the U. S. 'House'' 'of hours in covered pot. Braise'one ., ., .. _

: Representatives.Well i ii onion chopped in a little butter Looks like you are going to the ProfeioaaltDisljm$6er/Dfyer
i I went to the Senate, and, when light brown, put be a grandmother again eh?
t and ordered their soup for 25 in Bean Soup.. Season;with salt Congratulations!
1 cents a bowl, It was delicious. and pepper, then serve. Do not HELOISE
I then went to the House and add salt until ready to serve. ties Oeeeapedeti M. a:: BY POPULAR ,
tried their soup. Just .as delicious (Eight persons.) 1. _
but with a alight differ- HOUSE OF :

ence. REPRESENTATIVESRESTAURANT I live in a bard water area anrfo. DurabIi* paoadabinafde REQUEST. .

United States Senator DanielB. BEAN SOUP and the build-up of lime in ves- ire,.Clessictr.i6t ; S
Brewster (Md-D) was good 2 lb. No. 1 white Michigan sels used for heating water is .Oht Mr. I E Ff
enough to get both recipes for beans. terrific. Of course, vinegar will x Guid.dAetloo Power 1 George Marcos
us. Now wasn't that sweet of Cover with cold water. and soak take it out but my Scotch. soul Washing I
him? overnight used to rebel because I had to Ho hand-rinsing t
I The story goes that in 1904 Drain and re-cover with water. use it so often. elusive fan-circorated FUR CARE EXPERT '
hot air for safe. fk -Thru
Speaker of the House, JosephG. Add a smoked ham hock and Then I found that I can save % drying
Cannon of' Illinois, came into simmer slowly for about 4 the vinegar and use it over and ,, "( Automatic Rinse Agent Will Return-to Our Storeto
,I the House restaurant and ordered hours until beans are cooked over,, and over again! I' don't g: Dispenser; helps ky dishes
I. bean soup. tender. Then add salt and know how long it will last but 4. spot-tree Answer Your Questions
ss Convenient aartomaScBtttop
Bean soup had been omitted pepper to.suit taste. Just before I have been using the same pint 5i.Y rack..tilted design
r from the menu that day, because serving, bruise beans with.large for ,three months and it's still :' Automatic reel gently retracts About Your Furs ;: ; ,>
it was particularly humid spoon or ladle, enough to cloud. going strong. extra-Iong power cord
and hot in Washington. (Serves about 6 persons.) GEORGIANA 1 k> a' DuaCyde lets you RINSE WEDNESDAY APRIL 22nd
"Thunderation, I had my I And our thanks to Senator and HOLD breakfast and ,
lunch dishes
I mouth set for Bean Soup," he Daniel B. Brewster for his DEAR HELOISE: 'w a?. RJU.CYCLE+ just once you a use day 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. MR. GEORGE MAN OS
roared, "and from now on hot kindness in helping us ,housewives Have you ever tried those ... fto installation or remod-
or cold, rain, snow or shine,I cook Capitol Hill's famous plastic bags which come from cost Fur Core Expert

I want it on the menu every Bean Soup. I the cleaners for packing items ; LADIES READY-TO-WEAR DEPT.
day. HELOISE for mailing? They are the greatest
And so it has been-Bean .' They weigh so little that roots em.a OPEN

Soup on the menu every' day DEAR HELOISE: I your postage does not run up. --, .
since. I would like to tell motherswhose I Try crushing these into 'boxes 10 am
Now, we cannot find these children who wear sterling to prevent rattling. Compare aoJyou'ttbuy the best..
recipes in any cook book, so silver chains around their K. S. TIL 9 p.m.
be sure to clip them out so necks. .when the child is tak Heloise welcomes all mail, KltchenAI.'SHW_....crtS -
you will have them handy. Wedo ing a bath, if the mother will especially household hints See lieu .f .
not keep.back copies of coldrop the sterling chain into a which she can pass on to
umns. washbowl with a little hot water readers as space permits. THE STORE WITH MORE
\ Here 'tis: and some detergent and let However, because of the tre- OPEN JIM GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER .
FAMOUS SENATERESTAURANT it soak until the child gets mendous volume of mail she MON. fir VOYLES 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET
BEAN SOUP through with the bath then receives daily, Heloise is unable FRIDAYTILL Use Your
RECIPE just lift out the chain, rinse to answer all individual APPLIANCES &,TELEVISION '
I Take two pounds of small Navy under the faucet and dry. jt letters. She will answer readers Charge
Pea Beans, wash, and run will shine like new again. questions in her columnar 9 p.m. 419 N.W. 8th Ave. 372-5303 ;
through hot water until Beans By using this method "yoR whenever possible. ,. '


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Sen.Spessard L.Holland,D-Fla. A charge of irresponsibility I'' with the state's congressional annual meeting of the

; and his opponent for nominationto was hurtled at Jacksonville Mayor delegation for defeat of the bill Florida Family Camping Association E, n

ALACTIUA GENERAL ALACHUA GENERAL block of NW 16th Avenue at the office in the May 5 pri- Haydon Burns by his hometown if elected."I has been announced by

April IS, 1964BIRTHS April It, 1964BIRTHS 1:14 p.m. yesterday. mary, were in Tampa Monday, opponent the Sen. John Mathews -I would feel duty bound and George E. Hoover, state presi-
.l Richard Edgar Herbert 327 but they didn't get together.It quickening governorship conscience driven to defeat sucha dent, for April 24-26 at Tomoka

Mr. & Mrs. Barton T. Doug NW 15th Ter;, and Carole Ann wasn't the' fault of the op- campaign Monday. bill," he said. State Park in Ormand Beach.
ponent, Bralley Odham. He in- Mathews said Burns' statement Scott of Lakeland
Lyons, 26 SW 12th St., In the Kelly renewed
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Johnny las 618 NE
4th Ave.
a boy
; that trainedin
I 100 block of E. University Ave vited Holland to share a televi- lawyers were his pledge to reorganizethe The association is composedof
Alachua; a boy; Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Arthur McVoy, 3101 sion program but Holland de- deceit was "a blanket condemnation -: state road department if local
nue at 5:50 p.m. yesterday. chapters at Miami,
SW 34th Terr. Mr. &
Charles Green, 206 D Flavet III, a girl; Marshall Clyde Hughey, 2101 clined, saying: of every lawyer inthe elected. He said at Baldwin Tampa, Central Florida at Ton don't need bit feet to
Mrs. John F. Tucker 1108 SB
Mr. & Mrs. Julio whole time state, a mark of his (Burns')! and Fernandina Beach that he stamp out a rcarette!
a boy; Wright, 21 Ave., a girl; Mr. and Mrs. SE 49th Drive, and Holli "My here (la Flor- and lack of Gainesville, West Florida at
359E Flavet HI a girl; Mr. & Christian Mogelvang, city, a Claude Renfroe 220 SE 71st St, ida) is budgeted. I'm having a I' understood the business of road Marianna 'and Jacksonville.The .
the he about
Mrs. Karl Koepke, 370A FlavetIII girl; Mr. & Mrs. John McNeil, at SE 3rd Avenue and the Haw- very active visit to the area, andI dignity as a' building and would work to wipe
attribute in
a boy; Mr. & Mrs. Reubin city a boy. home Road at 2:10 p.m. yes haven't the faintest idea of necessary" a gover- out inequities among the 67 Jacksonville Chapter will

1 Crawford, 1024 NE 28 Ave., a terday. giving him a listening audience -' nor. counties.In be host to the campers. Registntion I Visits SpainMADRID
ADMITTED Burns said Jacksonville's racial addition, Kelly said he
Leonard CoL'on, 408 SW 5th .
boy; Mr. & Mrs. G e o rge Ru- starts at 2 'Friday.A :
land, 15 SE 8th St., a girl; Mr. Margaret R. McVoy, Monica Ave., and Robert Arthur Steebe, In extending the invitation,' troubles were not setting would see to it that road money full p.m. (AP) Paul H
Karlene Douglas Jean Road Odham told Holland he any precedent that the same didn't line the wrong pockets, program of film, s quare
& Mrs. Allen Greer, 1114 NE Betty 1029 NW 36th at SW :5th wantedto : Nitze, U.S. secretary of the
Tucker, Daniel Edward Gellner, Avenue and 5th Street at 12:58 ask him some questions, in- things had happened in many and would put hardnosed business dancing, swimming and recreation -
5th St.
a boy; Mr. & Mrs. navy, arrived in Madrid :Monday
Heffernan Henry Mitchell McMillan, Emma p.m. yesterday. cluding this one: cities. He predicted more such practices to work in the is planned.
James 2939 NE 11 A. Hall, Herbert Brown, Winifred W. Christian, 3117 "I want you to explain to the incidents and charged that they state government. for a two-day visit to
Terr., a boy Mr. & Mrs. Mer- The theme of this year's annual -
; Betty Simmons, Vivian Filer, NW 23rd Boulevard, and Harold Democrats, and the people of. were politically motivated. Rep. Fred Karl said he would Spain.
wyn Boynton, 106 SE 49 Drive, Former Sen. Fred 0. Dickinson not allow the to meeting is "Are You
race degenerate
Mildred Rachel McNeil, all of W. Cushman, Springfield Ohio Florida why you refused to support "
: Camping More in 6t.
a boy. Gainesville; Eloise H. Grimes, in the 1700 block of W. Univer the Democratic Party and told supporters in Pensacola into .a name-calling circus. : t NOTICE

ADMITTED Campvllle; Lillie L. GIger Wal sity Avenue at 10:35 ajn. yes President Kennedy in the 1960 that the President's civil rights He said candidates'who duckedthe 'The Florida. Family Campers
do; Flossie Mae Sallett, Ala. terday. presidential campaign.." bill would harm the entire free: Issues would be forced by Association is a state wide organization TAXI CAB

Gladys Juanita Neal, Linda chua; Ray Dewitt Cellos, Ala I Johnnie Bee Jackson, 927 SE Holland toldTampa audiences enterprise system of labor and, him to discuss them in the dosing interested in promoting

Kay Green, Nancy Carroll chua. 10th St., and Leroy Thaddeus that passage of the civil rights management i days of the campaign. camping by families, for PATRONS

I Greer, Gwendolyn Crawford, DISCHARGEDLee Shearouse, Waldo, at the Waldo bill in present-form would leadto Dickinson said if the bill Robert King High, mayor of the purpose of an exchange of I
Sandra Joy Magelnang, Carol Roy Green, Donald B. Road and NE 23rd Boulevardat worse ,conditions for all passed labor would be told how Miami, said the governorship ideas, techniques, skills, and j All cars ef the Gainesville Dia-

Ann Ruland, Nancy Melba AkIns, Mrs. Ruby Jean Pinkney 7:29 ajn. yesterday. Americans for years to _come. many persons of each race requires a man with executive methods. This affords an opportunity 1 mond Cob, company were OK'd
Koepke, Kathryn Louise Boyn and son, Mrs. Gladys Neal, DWI Charge He added: could f join its organizations,and leadership and a'man'"who will to secure information on by the Jaycee Safety Check

ton, Sophia Marie Griffith, Ger Samuel G. Sadler, Carol Moore, Theron. Aldine ,Nunez Jr., 34, "The rest of the country now the same would apply to man. bring morality to our govern- routes' and the best places to1 April 9th end 10th.O. .

trude Adda Hefferman, B lily A. Chester Thorpe, Mrs. Carolyn 4111 NW 11th St., was arrestedby learning that it too has a ter. agement hiring practices. ment.* camp.A". *ce at the an-1 P. WELLS
I Belty, Clarence Leggett, Robert Davis Mrs. Patricia Ann Mar city police in the 1000 blockof rific problem on its hands." He said the bill would destroy Addressing.-the Pensacola Ju- nuol meeting has been around PresidentGainesville

Henry Counce, Gilberta Hess, tine Mrs. Bertha Cochran. NE '8th Avenue at 3:55: a.m. He said white people are becoming the seniority system of organ nior Chamber of Commerce, 400. Jayceees
Carol Frances Moore, all of today and charged with driving aroused over demonstra ized labor and set quotas for High said some candidates are

Gainesvil'e! ; Gail Lang ford ACCIDENT ROUNDUP while Intoxicated.Fire tions in New York and other membership in unions. DickinHoodlums trying to sell the public on their VOTE FOR

Thomas, Alachua Isabell Burke Involved In accidents'report. Calls parts of the North and West legislative background while

Melton, Waldo. ed to Gainesville Police and At '5:40 ajn. today a woods which thought they had no civil they have not had the responsibility the sheriff's office during the fire In the 1000 block of NW rights problems. nor the experience of lead
DISCHARGED last 24 hours: 21st Avenue.At "These are critical days', ership. xz '' :

I Hector Armondo Sarmiento, 12:12 a.m. today, a false said Holland, who is seeking a l ALBOTSUPERINTENDENT
Deborah Muriel
Washington, Room 90, Buckman Hall, went alarm at NE 8th Avenue and fourth terra.Foreign. Threaten London Has 1 Y
t L. Collins, Betty Batey and out of control and hit a utility 17th Street. ',"
daughter, Martha Nance, Patricia Brief Blackout
pole about 2.5 miles north of _
Ann Fileppl and daughter Micanopy on U. S. 441 at 7:10 At 11:55 fire. p.m. yesterday, a Ships Liquor AgentMIAMI I OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION

Dorothy James, Sarah Hodges, ajn. yesterday. grass World News i

Betty Ann Hinzman, Barbara Josephine G. Dunlap, Denver At spilled 5:32: pjn.In the yesterday 100 block., gasoline of Stop at Cuba (AP-State Beverage By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1

Ann Griggs and son, John and James W. Pulls, Ocala, on E. Avenue after Director Richard B. Keating LONDON (AP-A) power failure Alachua County
Nash, Doris Boals, Harold Van U. S. 301 south of Hawthorneat auto accident. an MIAMI (AP) Ships of one y said today a gang of :Miami which blacked out much of .' EXPERIENCED CAPABLEOne

McLeod, James L. Fort, Fred A. 3:43 pjn. yesterday. At 4:57 p.m. yesterday a car three non-communist countries-" hoodlums has threatened to-kill, London Monday"night was Promise Positive and Aggressive Leadership

Smith, Nama Jean Cribbs, John Billy Jerold Gouge, 3340 SE with a flooded carburetor in Britain, Greece and Lebanon-_ one> of his undercover agents for, blamed on two simultaneous ac- Businesslike With A Smile

Jennings, Charlotte Cooper, Rejoice 19th Ave., and Mary Smith Mer- the 200 block of E. University called at Cuban ports during, his part in solving the theft of f cidents-a fire at a generating. PULL LEVEL 24-A
Brazil, Adrilla Nelson. ritt, 1522 NW 5th St., in the 500 Avenue.At March, an exile organization reported : $70,000 worth of Scotch whisky. plant and a relay station break
Keating said the agent, John down.
4:52: yesterday, a Monday.
I' pjn. Britain, with 17 ships, retaineda I Grafton Gray, 31, former Palm The failure put Buckingham I
grass fire in the 200 block of
NEED A BUILDING? Beach County constable and, Palace and Picadilly Circus into!
i NW 26th Avenue.At' lead it has held many months,I darkness. I
deputy sheriff and his
9:18 a.m. yesterday, a reported Revolutionary Unity
trains stranded
: Subway were
WE WILL BUILD AND RENT TO SUITABLE short in the electrical systemof Eleven Lebanese and two Greet!. I are secret now location.under guard at t and even the Windmill bur-I

TENANT IN GOOD WEST UNIVERSITYAVE. a car at 816 NW 3rd Ave. vessels visited Cuba.
The load of whisky was stolen lesque theater, which boasts it
LOCATIONFor last Wednesday while' being never closed during World War
GHS Band to Present transported to a liquor distributor JI was forced to cancel its night
Full Details Call from the vessel Manchester. show. Another casualty was the
docked at Miami. opening of the British Broad-

BLACK ACRES, INC. I Spring Concert ThursdayThe Keating said Gray won the: casting Corp.'s new channel 2,
hijackers' confidence and arranged which had to be postponed 24

; 376-4184 II The Gainesville High School "American Overture for to. buy the, whisky. He hours.

band will play its annual spring Band," Jenkins; "I Left My was ordered to.deliver $10,000 in .
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concert at 8 p.m. Thursday in Heart in San Francisco, arranged cash. "For
the school auditorium.There'n by Reed; Keating said agents could get our customers.-

LET'S be classical "Gardes Du March together only $3,000, nearly all A When they protect their
jazz, Corps ,
of it in $1 bills. They placed a I .
Haydon and march music. Hall Persichetti valuables in
ELECTBURNS popular ; "Pageant," ; large bill on the outside of each Cents ourdeposit
Bardwell M. Donaldson will "Autumn Leaves, arranged by
bundle of $1 bills and finishedthe
conduct. Reed Fillmore.; and "Crosley March, packages with $500 bank Per

A of the markers to make it to
high-point programwill Admission will be by dona- appear Your Home Can Have
be a sextet playing the "Ori contain $10,000.
Students donation
are selling
"ginal Dixieland Concerto." Dan tags. Gray then delivered the cashto "COMPLETE"Pest
Bowles is on trumpet; Howard the gang and arranged to

Wallace, clarimet; Lee Chipley, take possession of the whisky Control Service
tenor sax; Mike Samball, trombone Cleveland before> the deception was dis- boxes

For Growth For Good GovernmentFOR i ; Car Bussard, bass; and Schools covered, Keating said. It was one can does it an.
John Haemmerlie, drums. BeingBoycotted taken to Stuart and kept under borne, laspte-

GOVERNORYOUR I The program also includes guard until Monday, when it treated for insect rt J-

!"Fame and Fortune March,' was placed in a warehouse. rodents. Place The Cost Is Small Protection Great
I Talbott; "Festival," C. Wil Within two and a half hoursof .your put control
CLEVELAD, Ohio ( )-
hams; "Psyche and Eros," C. the transaction, Keating said, ia the
ACTIVE SUPPORT IS WELCOMED! Most school board members ap-
tl eomptUat
I Franck "Procession of the five at
; thugs appeared Gray't fIri
unmoved Monday'scivil
peared by ee4 1MB :
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Visit your local Bum$' headquarters for campaign literature, Nobles," Rimsky-Korsakov; rights boycott of city home in West Palm Beach. On who know their Job.jcraea. '
bumper strips and other information that not at
learning Gray was
Pediatrics :schools subversives, and were one charged responsible that' home, one of the gang told Mrs.I tIAl.! .1' t&tit..& 1 N_ fJON BANK AT GAIN 5YJ1Er- :
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MEET WITH OTHER BURNS SUPPORTERSEACH :for the demonstration."I'm Gray her husband "was bound! i -

MONDAY" FRIDAY NIGHT. 7:30 P.M. Prof to TalkDr. still at;the opinion it's a to be killed," Keating said. I i Mmb Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Member Florida

301 S. Main StreetPHONE hard core of subversives," said Keating' said the men made, Garden & Pet Center I National Group Member Federal Reserve .with Nation-Wide
Andrew Lorincz, an associate eight calls at the Gray home! Focllitiei.
376-8990 OR 376-7839 John J. Gallagher, vice president t Phone FR 6-266
professor of pediatrics during the next two days' and
of the seven-member board. I I
.. at the University, will speak The United Freedom Move fInally threatened Mrs. Gray jI
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and her children. Since then the
to Naval Reservists tonight on
ment, which sponsored the boy. '
ATTENTION FREEZER OWNERS! "Heritable Disorders of Con cott, estimated that 35,000 to 45,. famUybas been under close I ..WiIJornfCllfll
nective Tissue." 000 attended "free- guard. HIGHERSCHOOL / lT;
youngsters : YJ
MEAT ROOM He'll talk at 7:30 p.m. in the dom schools" set up to give instruction grand,Five larceny men are charges.being held in con on P'S:::' told of o eS"i1/e Telt,
BILL'S Naval Reserve Training Center, to those taking part in, t o thern T, Nl 9htlon
nection with the theft of the p
CALL lies
372-3514 h
1300 NE 8th Ave. the boycott f'Wt..a (rt es
The talk is open to the public. Antoine Perot an official oj f whisky. FEES! rp. th e

BUY the Congress of Racial Equality. : :: ?Y/.dr! o v o/ant re oc-
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had ect
said the schools a capacit y t cry
I Pay Orchids tr hot -- 0 the
of 35,000 but this figure wa
WHILE GOOD For "far exceeded." : At right i Is an excerpt from on article of deelloSldpthey a has

I HA OF AND CHOICE BEEF Less than 10 per cent, of th I that appeared in the St. Petersburg use.d the ass a o been

\ ROUND PRICES ARE AT Her. student body showed up at som Times on December 27, 1962. The cis. slop a. $30 ltrn'fJt 6(n'0unt,the

% THEIR LOWEST I public schools. I article was written by the Gainesville tJ u'd to The e:r. for dis

1 o CREVASSE FLORIST I The Cleveland school systen: reporter of the Time otter an Interview 'equi pure se MOtrld be
prtep scr
Estimates f! t
has o
150,000 .the milks
,t 2015 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. with Mr. William Talbot. This sehOO, for atUdf and
ROUND GovernmentGraded I the Negro enrollment range a.! ts
i = Phone FR 6-2514 of
star high as 75,000. raises some interesting questions that c' -

RUUP deserve an answer. .. .' '... .
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Standard Available Q ReElectED I Mr.Tolbof: -

\\1 3 : 1'. If elected Superintendent, do you plan to levy on exorbitant

WYH cut and wrap iust HURRICANE : $30.00 head fee on each student_ in Alachua

T.1oNt i the way you want it MASOI I County?
in fact you may teas in .
4 ?r cut and w and_uh*!ra W,.your will .also wa FENCE I I 1 M 2. How do you plan to use the $600,000.00 that you would

5 beef. if lniM<*... Fr..tin FLORIDA PUBLIC extract yearly from the parents by these excessive and
I cwf STUK
BeautifyYour I burdensome fees?

\ M NOW Home .JL." law Grafosi* and Fare st i! 3. How do you reconcile your proposal to drastically increase -
6 P- 6 : Spttfel toX. I student fees with the fact that you denied many
U.S. Menem
r a 0 ReuM (Rump Roast St .k. parents a voice in the conduct of school affairs by

111 ROASt S V.- Soup Ground Bones.Beef. Heel ef Round. 2.c e1 t.w endf II abolishing the PTA at Gainesville High School?
CL Slrtota (Sirloin sleek. sirloin Tip.) hWic rla
tJI stl1K Sled Lela (Club Steak Tine I
Stetk. i
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9 FOREQUARTERS: FREE Information & EstimatesSee Im.....l n
Rife Our Quality Get Our Price HARRY EVANS
7 GROUND Cfc ek Mat (J lale Stew. Ground Before You Decide Immediate Installation *Now s.mns as deeiraeele

sup duct Ground(Chuck Beef.) Roast. Stew. NO DOWN PAYMENT Up To 36 Months To PayPHONE ..Florida Public UIiIitiesc.v
4 CHUCK "OI.ST. Beef) -+ssioA.t
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STtW Fora Seat (Soup Banes) has taken stand
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IONS FINANCING Experienced and Proven 1
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Tuesday, April 21, 1964 Gainesville Sun'Ca1s

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Scholarship tr.r"!f.4i.'=A.::;':. r Worse Than YankeesBy

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To Unseld

Associated Press Sports WriterAs

Kentucky officially has made its pitch for WestIey Unseld, things stand today, the Los

6-8 center from Louisville Seneca School s. 54r Dodgers TYfGr
Negro High > Angeles are just a Avert St. 1964

y shade than the New York
Wildcat coach Adolph Rupp and athletic director Bernie '. Yankees.

Shively visited Unseld's home to make the offer of.a UK grant- 4Y4v

inaid.Over. '3 C4 t But then they've had more "- w H WMM WMMMMMMMMHBMHWK

time to work at it.
100 schools are seeking the talented'cager.. Kentucky's oJ

chances are rated slim in view of the fact an older brother, The Dodgers maintained their Kentucky Football Team

George, is a senior and a starter for Kansas. And Unseld's "(xfJ90F" edge Monday, but not without

high school coach, Bob Mulcahy, has accepted a post as assistant R some difficulty. They collectedfive

cage coach of the Jayhawks for next season. .. hits and scored a run off i

Bob Sadowski while losing to Gets One-Year ProbationSAN

Milwaukee 7-1 and running their

longest losing streak in two

years to six games. FRANCISCO (AP) erning out of season football have footballs on hand.

y Those extra conditioning ses- practice in that during late Some of the players who quit

JQe Halhe'Vstein l C The Yankees, meanwhile, sions that helped cost the Uni- winters and early springs of gave up their grants-in-aid. The

'--- -- tried to catch up but failed. versity of Kentucky nearly half 1962 and 1963, its football council said the school gave

J. They didn't score but they did of its 1962 football team
are coaches conducted physical conditioning the players form letters to signas
& t E.aU""
stroke nine hits before
.. .. TOM NEWBERRY LETS GO WITH SHOT losing to costing the 1964 squad any programs for aU stu- their "voluntary" letters of
PKY Star Took First in Chiefland RelaysSun had a better 4-0. chance They might if the other have chance to play in a bowl game. dent athletes" planning to play resignation from the grant pro

( Photo by Tommy Lewis) The National Collegiate Ath- football. gram.It .
half of the Patriots' Day double- letic Association put the schoolon Attendance was required. called this procedure "ques-

Kentucky has waited until now to approach the Negro WAVE TAKES header at Boston hadn't been one-year probation Monday. tionable" and said it "reflected

youth. Main reason seems to be that Rupp and Shively rained out. I The only sanction is against I Players Quit poorly on the general administration

wanted to work out details with Mississippi and MississippiState More Games 'post season football. Slippery Charlie Bradshaw was in his of intercollegiate ath-

to play their Southeastern Conference games at Mem- The Dodgers' edge, however, I'Rock of Pennsylvania and Prai- :first year as head coach'in 1962. letics."

phis State to avoid any unpleasantries that could develop. RELAY TITLECHIEFLAND stems from the fact they've 'rie View A&M of texas drew After eight weeks of conditioning NCAA executive director Walter -
and before
played more games. Each team the same penalties for playingin spring practicewas Byers said the Southeastern

Although Alabama and Auburn never have made a public has won one game, but the non sanctioned bowl games even a week old, numerous Conference had advised Ken-

statement on their positions in the matter, it now is obvious dodgers have squeezed in six last year. players quit. tucky the conditioning programwas
P. K. bin. Hill. Key. Beeuchamp); 2. P. K. :
that the Tide and Tigers, like the University of Florida, will Yonge Yongej 3. Perry 4, Branford; 5. Santa losses to the Yankees' four. The NCAA took Indiana Uni- More followed until the 'original legaL
the first annual Chiefland
continue to play home-and-home with other SEC opponentsno won Sprint Fe. 3:584. City versity, University of Coloradoand squad of 68 was reduced to
medley relay 1 Lake
matter the makeup of their squads. Relays yesterday as the Blue I (Van Arsdale Ahe. Freeman Man- The Dodgers, in the National New Mexico State off the less than 40 by the end of the Violated Rules
Wave scored 59 points to 55 for glen, 2. P. K. Yonge; 3. Perry; 4. Santa ,League cellar one game behind "The NCAA Council is of the
Fe; 5. Branford. 2:09.0 probati' list the latter nine 1962 season. The daily conditioning
Kentucky also reportedly had to clear traveling, sleepingand runnerup Perry. Branford was Two-mile elay 1. P. K. Yonge the New York Mets and four behind months,earlier than expected. included weight lifting, I opinion that the university did

eating accomodations for the 'Cat squad on future South- third with 42% points. The other Branford(Bryant,; Coin.3, Perry Stacy; 4. Chiefland.Sterling)9:3W; 2, i leading Philadelphia and The NCAA Council said Ken- calisthenics and running but not intend to do wrong, how-

ern trips if Unseld accepts the scholarship.The three schools that took part (Strickland Distance medley Shaw. Jackson relay -Agner 1. Perry 2, I San Francisco, have scored only tucky "violated provisions gov coaches were careful not to ever in fact, the activity via

were Lake City, 37; Santa Fe, Branford; 3. Chiefland; 4, P. K. Yonge; J4[ runs in seven games and lated NCAA rules two successive
identity of the major league baseball team that Is and Chiefland 5, Santa Fe. 9:40.0 three in the last "
31; 24%. Shot put 1. Newberry (PKY); 2. 35 innings. years, said Byers.
moving to Atlanta next year slowly is becoming more obvious. The Blue Wave won two of the F. Allen (B); 3. (tie) D. Allen (B); I They've collected, only 50 hits, i Major New Mexico State won early
and Farnell (ChI 5, Presnell (SF). 45
Atlanta scribes, have admitted it is not Kansas
sports City. relay events and also took a feet 7 Inches for a .213 batting average. .aI1lE.reinstatement from its three-
Milwaukee is in the midst of a tremendous boom caused Discus throw 1, F. Allen (B); 2.
fIrst in the
place shot put to Presnelt (SF); 3. Fissel (B); 4. D. Allen League year probation because the
by a revival of public support to keep the Braves there.It lay the foundation for its vic- (B); 5. Steele (P). 121 feet 4 inches The Yankees, in the American ;school introduced new evidence
would appear the slumping Cleveland Indians will be the League cellar one-half game behind -
tory. reportedly showing fewer stu-
club making the switch. Incidentally, permission alreadyhas the Washington Senatorsand NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
favorite Hawthorne I dents were involved in admis-
Perry a
been granted by other members of the league for the pre-meet three behind front-running W. L. Pet. G.B. W. 1_ Pet. G.B.
was handicapped when ace Philadelphia 4 1 .800 Baltimore 4 1 .800 sions irregularities than at first
move to the Georgia city. scored 12 runs Cincinnati 3 3 .500 1VS .Minnesota 4 2.667 Vt
sprinter Joe Rainwater pulleda in five games. But they've collected Pittsburgh 3 2 .600 1 Detroit 3 2 .600 1 believed.

Georgia Tech's 1964-65 basketball schedule will include such muscle in the 100-yard dash Bank Wins ( 41 hits for a .216 batting Milwaukee St. Louis 4 4 3 3 .571.571 1 1 Lost 3 2 2 2 .600.500 7 1 Colorado, banned from post

people as Ohio State, Louisville, North Carolina State, VMI, and dropped out of the race. average. Cincinnati 3 3 .500 IV; Cleveland 1 1 .500 m :season football during its two-
Houston 3 3 .500 ivi I Chicago 2 3 .400 2
Arkansas, Southern Methodist, Rice and Clemson. The Engi- He also was lost to all Perry I Chicago 2 3 .400 2 Kansas City 2 4 .333 2 year probation, was rapped in
Title The biggest hitting show of New York 14.2003''Washington 2 4 .333 2V4 1962 for
neers are having no trouble lining up an independent slate. relay teams for the remainderof Keg Los Angeles 1 6 .143 4 New York 1 4 .200 3 recruiting irregularities
the afternoon. the day was put on at Houston, YESTERDAY'S RESULTSSan YESTERDAY'S RESULTS .exposed In the Sonny Grande-
i Francisco 5. Cincinnati 2 Boston 4. New York 0. morning
There was excitement in Miami last weekend when a pairof Tom Newberry tossed the shot I Bank of Hawthorne won the where Nellie Fox drove in four Houston 7. St. Louis 1 of doubleheader postponed, cold game lius case. Grandelius, the football -
J runs with a single and triple in Milwaukee J, Los Angeles 1 Chicago at Baltimore, wet grounds coach fired.
45 feet 7 inches for Commercial was
PKY League
Dade Co. high school pole vault stars did 11-6, just six one i bowling Philadelphia at New York, rain Only games scheduled
inches shy of the national record. They can relax now. A Cali- win. The mile relay team of 'championship for 1964 when it J he Colts' 7-1 victory over St. Only game TODAY'S scheduled GAMES TODAY'S GAMES Indiana served a more seri-

fornia youth turned in a fantastic 15-7 pole vault effort last Trujillo, Hines, Ray and Stal- :took three points from runner- Louis. In the only other game Philadelphia at New York Washington Cleveland at at Kansas Minnesota City, N ous probation lasting four years
naker Budweiser last J played, Bob Skinner's error Pittsburgh at Chicago Detroit at Los Angeles N during which it could not com-
weekend to shatter the old mark of 15-even. won its event and the up night in a Cincinnati at Houston. N scheduled
two-mile relay team of Bryant, head-to-head match at Palm !gave San Francisco two eighth- Only games TOMORROW'S scheduled GAMES Only games TOMORROW'S GAMES pete in post-season football

Goin and finished Lanes. J inning runs and a 5-2 triumphover Chicago at New York Detroit at Los Angeles, N games, championship tournaments .
Stacy Sterling -
The annual Florida AAU track meet is set May 2, in Tal I Ii Cincinnati. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia Cleveland at Kansas City, N
in other in In-
I first Cincinnati at Houston, N New York at Chicago. N sports, or
lahassee. The people in charge would be wise to invite i The victory enabled Bank of Los Angeles at St. LouIs. N Boston at Baltimore. N vitational affairs.
Eugene Milton from Howard High of Ocala, Ralph Brockington The meet was the first Chief. Hawthorne to finish two poi n t s Rained Out San Francisco at Milwaukee I Only games scheduled

Gainesville Lincoln; and Bill McDonald, Tallahassee Lin- land Relays on the new clay ahead in the race. The Chicago at Baltimore and

coln, along with Robert Hayes of Florida A&M, to competein track at the high school here. Don Crist led the winners and Philadelphia at New York Mets FIRST OF A SERIES
Doyle McCall, meet director, ; also were rained out.
the 100-yard dash. This foursome has done :91 (Hayes); games
:9.4 (Milton); :9.5 (McDonald); and :9.6 (Brockington). Probably said it is planned to make the I had the league with a 627 series. He 'The other clubs were not sched- I
209225193. Gibson
the four fastest dash in Florida. event an annual affair. Billy 1 uled.
men Results: Mitchell's Shoes, rolled 226- 169- Does Pro Golf Need Czar?

215-6JO. Shuford Cagle, Box- Sadowsji had retired 21 Dodgers -

100-yard dash 1. Mangle (LC)) 2. well Electric, matched that with in a row when they finally
Cook (SF); 3, Koru (PKY); 4, Key
Driessche Wins :Chi 5, Diggs (PKY,). :10.X 19W85-227 610. Joe Vis 1 a y, scored in the ninth on a single By WILL GRIMSLEY I "To keep pace, we need to game and with unquestioned Integrity
080-yard relay 1 Lake City (Van-
todale. Freeman. Harrison. Mangle)} Boxwell had 227- 218-162-2607. I by Tommy Davis and Ron Fair- PALM BEACH GARDENS .adopt modern business meth- ."
2. Perry 3. Santa Fe; 4. P. K. Yonge. Jack Harris had 1 y's triple. Gene Oliver stroked I "
1:36.6 Mitchell's, 231- Fla. (AP) Does professionalgolf ods. Palmer, the sport's aU-time
'Mile. relay 1. P. 1C Yonge (Tru- 195178604. I three hits for the Braves Lee
(c Hilo. Mines Ray Stalnaker 2. Perry Clyde Courtney, need a czar? New HeadquartersThe leading money winner, agrees."I .
'Easiest Ever'BOSTON 3. Lake City, 4. Branford 5, Santa Fe. Duke Lumber, had a 238 high klaye] hit a homer and Frank PGA, with a membershipof would like to see a fellow like
1:41.7 : of the tournament players -
]Jollins drove in three with Many
440-yard relay 1. Perry (Strickland game. runs more than 5,000 teaching and Joe Dey (executive director of
Williams. Phllman Shaw); 2. Santa Fe; two run-scoring singles and a including: Arnold Palmer, into its the U. S. Golf Association) take
touring moves
Mitchell's tallied : pros,
Lake CIty 4 P. K. Yonge. :47J I 1112 1007- insist that it does. Warren Can-
Mile medley relay-1, Chiefland (Cor- bases-loaded walk. Nick Will- $4-million headquarters on over," Arnie "We playersare
(AP-Elfin-like Au. miles I needed one hour to 1076-3195, one of the top seriesof trell newly elected president of new says.
I kite l the loser. ,
: was this Florida gold coast within not in a position to
rele Van den Driessche heads run. the year. The 1112 was high the Professional Golfers Associ- govern

back to Belgium today after game. Bill Monbouquette, who allowed ation not. the next few weeks, plagued by ourselves."
Gator Nine argues
Van den
winning his "easiest ever" marathon Driessche, finding ] seven hits before leaving numerous problems. The PGA policies are made

and stamping himself as the Boston A.A. Marathon hills Schlitz finished third with a after eight innings because of Almost all, players and executives There is still some quibbling by an executive committee com-
"perfect for me the 26- hall point edge over Duke alike there is need I posed of officers. Problems
one of the world's top Olympic won Must Win arm trouble, and Dick Radatz agree about how to pay for the $1.5- relating -
threats. mile, 335ryard run from Hopkinton Lumber. However, a protest'has 4 combined to shut out the Yankees. for administrative revision, a million brick and glass clubhouse to the tour are handled

i to downtown Boston Monday been filed regarding a point Dick Stuart drove in two stronger, firmer band in the which sits astride two 18- by a committee of executivesand

in near-record time won by Schlitz on April 6. If guiding of the game's destinies. players. Jay Hebert cur-
But seven months ago the 30- of Game runs for the Red Sox with apair hole championship courses.
year-old Belgian was afraid his 2:19:59, showing no signs of Every the protest is allowed, Duke of singles and rookie Tony "We simply have grown too Sponsors and players are involved rently: : } is chairman of the play

running career was behind him. tiredness.It[ will finish third and Schlitz will J Conigliaro hit his second homerof fast," says Cantrell, a Texas in a bitter dispute' 'over ers'- committee which also includes -

"I had 175 shots in 28 days was his second straight vie- da's LEXINGTON baseball ,Gators Ky. -continueon Flori drop to fourth place. I the season. Rookie Bob Meyer businessman. "We rocked along who should control the muSh- Dave Marr, Johnny Pott

last September," said "Vandy," tory here and the course record their long Southeastern Conference Tony Jusick's 552 on 186-I took the loss. and looked up suddenly to find rooming television monies. and Bob Goalby.

his usually beaming face now holder (2:18:58 last year) vowedhe road trip faced with- 191-175 led the Mixed Leagueat ourselves surrounded with a The $2.5-million tour is get- "Players shouldn't be allowedto

turned serious. He pointed to his will make it three in a row the knowledge that they need to Palm Lanes. Gene Brown- multimillion-dollar enterprise ting so crowded that there are make important decisions."
next year. sword had 550 and Rich Stolar- suggestions that it must be,broken says Paul Harney. "Their role

upper left thigh. "Yes I'll come back next win contention every behind game to remain Au-in ski 542. Jackie Craig led the into two circuits, a.major should be In"an advisory capac-

"It was sciatica (inflammation year," he said in answer to a leading women with 442, Lee Green had Scores and minor league. ity strictly.
burn in the Eastern Division. Box
of the long nerve running question, "and if there's a westerly Auburn has an 8-2 mark to 7-2 432 and Shirley Glafcke 424. There is some agitation- Next: The tour-too big?

up the'back of the upper leg) wind I'll do it in record for: the UF and the two clubs Bill Bryant had a 208 high quite minor at this stage for .

and I couldn't even walk, let time." still must play each other a game for the men and Becky ST .LOUIS HOUSTON MILWAUKEE LOS ANGELES making the tour a self-support- North-South
all r A N all r 1111I abrkbi ab r Obi ing project, free from PGA controL -
run. The 128-pound Belgian said the pair of games in Gainesville on jusick a 178 for the women. Flood Cf 200 Kasko IS 4120 Aloo cf 3100 Wilts SS 4000
"I was pretty worried. I was wind has been in his face the May 12.Tomorrow. Combs Lumber had a 2172 series Groat ss 3020LIIIU ss 0000 Mathews 3b 3 01 0 Gllllam 2b 4010
Burdette pO' 0 0 Fox 2t 3124 Aaron rf 5000 T.Davis If 3110 the the
unable to run for three months. past> two years. the Gators meet and Knott's Bar a 767 high 1000 M.White 2b 0 0 o o Torre c 4110 Fairly Ib 4011 At moment biggest Guns on Line
Taylor Runnels 1b 3011 Oliver Ib 5 2 3 Howard rf 4000 involves that of
0000 question a czar
And then I forced myself to run Van den Driessche, a study Kentucky and they'll tangle game. Ethel Linkfield made the Lewis rf p 4000 Staub ib 0000 May. W 3321 Roseboro 4000
this he said holding B.Whtte Ik 4010 Weekly If 3000 Boiling 2b 4023 Werhas 3b 3010 or a strong single executive to
along like master at a trade school in with the Wildcats again Thurs 5-7-9 split. Boyer 3b 3111 Aspro'nte 3b 41 1 0 McMillan 2000 W.Davls d 3010 the whole show. PINEHURST, N.C. (APThebig
his left leg and limping' Clemens ft 2000 Wynn cf 4110 bCline 1011 WiUhtte pl' 0 0 run '
7aregem, Belgium, said he'never day. On Friday and Saturdaythe guns moved to the firing
Cagliano If 2000 Beaoch'p If 2100 Menke ss 2000 aParker 1000 "We need a man like the late
across his hotel room floor. had an easier race. UF will be in Knoxville to, McCarver c 310 0 SpangJer If 1000 Sadowski p 5. 0 0 Miller p 0000 line today for the eight-match
PKY Tests Bateman 4221 Ortega p 1110cMcMullen Kennesaw Mountain Landi in
"I went out and kept running ,'WII!'"' take on Tennessee.The Javier Sadeckl 2ft p 4000 0000 Farrell p c 4000 1000 baseball Dow Finster- second round of the Women's

fmally, limping along. Two 'Cats had been figured a Fanok p 1000 Tetals 377114 Brewer Totals p nisiMilwaukee Ill says North and South Amateur Golf
aWar wick 1000 wald. "He should be a man witha
.definite title threat this seasonin Buchek u O' 0 0Tetals a Struck out for WUIhite In 5th bungled Tournament.The .
SPORiSMAN'SDIGEST Orange Park M 1 4 1 Telate 3279C for McMillan bi 4th; c-Flied out knowledge of all phases of the
ExCardinalEddie the Eastern Division but losta -.-Filed out for Fanok In 4th; b for Ortega In tth. biggest cannon of the abbreviated -

pair of one-run encounters to !Struck out for Burden th. ............... *11 *U 111-7 first round Mondaywas
.. .... 000 000 001-1 ..............
it. Lewis SOS 000 Ml-IE
L Tennessee last weekend to all For CrownP. ?....nn.-............. w. 30110x-7 Angeles TI S. Girls set off by tiny Mrs. Macy

but fall out of the race. iI E-Flood, Wynn. PO-A-St. Louis 24-5. -27-13.Gilllam Los. Werhas Angeles 2.2713.PO-A LOB Milwaukee -Mil- Scott of nearby Troy, a 10-
Dyer HOOKING : However, both the 'Cats and I Houston 2711. DP-Fox. Kasko and Louis Runnels waukee 11. Los Angeles 5. handicapper who cut down formidable
Wc5QMS1 Kasko and Runnels. LOB-St.
K. Yonge will play Orange ; 2B-Mathews, 3-FalTly. HR- FinalsLIMA
!,. I Maye. Gain
vols figure to give the UF plentyof Houston 5. May.. Mrs. Harry NevU,
Dead 63 trouble in the series. Coach Park at 7:30 p.m. tonight at FWt Ja-Wymu 3B-Fox. HR-Boyer. S -' I IP H R ER II SO Cooperstown, N.Y., 3 and 1.
at Harris Field for the Southern IP H. ERBBSOSadeckl Sadowski W 14 5 1 1 1 6
Dave Fuller plans to use Char- L. M .... 1 2-3 5 4 AI' Wiimite L. 0-1 ... 5 3 2 2 4 3 Peru (AP-ITie Unit- Mrs. Nevil, a two-handicap
Division baseball ..._..... 11-34 4 4 4 i
lie Anderson and Adrian Zabala crown in the Fanok ..........31-34 3 3 1 3Burden. Miller Ortega .........12.3 2 0 0 0 4 ed States has gained a berth in player who hasn't played much
HOUSTON (AP-Eddie Dyer and follow Keystone Conference. .......2 2 1 1 1 1 Brewer .....1 2 1 1 1 2 the final round of the Women'sWorld golf in recent months has
muffin-faced former St. Lou-i LEAVING against Kentucky Taylor ......... 1 WP-Milieu. U-Landes, Steiner Bar- won
the Cardinals' known BOTH ENDS with Danny Eggart and Jim Orange Park handed the Blue Farrell HBP-By W. 1-0 FarrelU.... 9 Flood.* 1147 lick, DonatetIL T-2:38. A-21.13*. Basketball Tournament, the New York State title four

is manager and FREE TO WRVO6LK. Biggart against Tennessee.. Wave a 6-0 setback last Friday ,U-CrawtonJ. Vargo Forman JadcowskLT NEW YORK BOSTON but the Russian girls, favoredto times and was a national quarterfinalist
for his friendly wave "hiya, IF USING A SINGLE, LARGE afternoon, first loss of the year -2:18. A-7..41. abrkbi alt r 1111I world two
champions years
is dead at 63 aft Gonzales 3b 4 011 Schilling 2b 4 1 0 0RictCdson repeat as ,
greeting, M S11LL- FRANCISCO
for PKY after 10 straight vic CINCINNATI aI'r11i abr II 2t 4 0 3 0 Bressoud ss All 0 are upstaging the U.s. entry. Eight-over-par golf was good
lingering illness. New LeadersIn i 4eOOYfskllf 4110
er a tories. It deadlocked the two ROM 2b 4..J. Abu rt 3Rulz Marts Mantled. rt 4020 Mateone 3b 2011 The American team clinched enough to beat her.
of the 1946 world Haler 2b \ 1 1
The 3b 5 1 31
manager <04"';' clubs for the Southern Division 4 3 1 Tresh If 3010 Stuart Ib 3022 Roth of Hollywood
d seven-nation
Plnson d 4011 May a place in the Nancy ,
Cardinals died in a Pin MeetEAU Peprtone Ib 4 0 1 4 0 0 0
champion THREAD HOOK, POINT-FIRST lead. Rob>son rf S 111 McCovey 1bAI" I 5 Conl/ra cf All 1
two Coleman Ib 3' 01 Snider If 31 0 0Skkner Howard CA' 2 championships by defeating Fla., the defending championwho
Monday 4000TUImanc
hospital years, THROOaH THE HEAD Of THE Coach Wilbur Hoskins said If 2 0 01 Hart 3b 011Edw.rds Boyer ss Monto'qta P 2" 10' 5443 at Chidayo Mon- had a first-round bye, was
he Meyer p 2 0 0 0 Paraguay
three months and 18 days after WORM AND OUT, BELOW THE GALLIE (AP) Stand- cA' 1 1 Halter c 3010 0110
plans to Robert Stearns Card- IS 3110 Pagan sa 3 0 I 1Purfcey Moor* lOOObJonesReniff day. The U.s. girls beat France paired with Mrs. Petsy Kimpelof
he suffered a stroke in Dallas, SEX BANG THEN BURY BARS ings in the Florida Women's use on as 411 0 Sanford p 3100Tetate p 0000 Radatz p 0000
AS SHOWN. TWS RJO &OOO the mound against Orange Park. p 34272 TataU 00373 Totals. :35 0 t. Tetals 31 4 7 4 41-37 in their opening game of Urbana HL, in today's first
Association Tourna- to-
Jan. 2, 1963.Funeral Bowling a-Flied out for Meyer ki Tthi
FOR DRIFTING M STREAMS However, Stearns has been flL :clawNnaN ............... en en tI>>-2 Walked tor Monbouquett to Otl; C one of three preliminary tourna, match Other upper bracket
services were ALSO USD M TROLUNQ-AS ment Sunday: im Frudse .-......... 101 101 I31C-a Struck out for Reniff to tth. included
planned for noon Wednesday. rr WESIST SHAGS MCSIY. A Team--Satellite Lanes Travels If be cannot play, Rob Hansen: E-Sanford McCovey. Skinner. PO-A- I New York _..._......... ISO SOS00I ments. pairings :
Dyer, whose friendly wave SMALL HOOK iS USED WITH ALAME Team, Satellite Beach, %,% ; will be the mound pick for PKY. :CJnctnnati :McCSan Francisco lnck n nib ;BostM .................... 201 110 II>>-: But, while the Americans had, Other Pairings
Hlller and J. W. Rettew Pinehurst
WORM OR Mrs. ,
NIOHTCRAWLER. to an out in their game, the ,
and verbal greeting were his Walters and Howards Service, Other Blue Wave starters likely :San Francisco 7. E-Goftzaiet. Boyer. POHew York go
28-Mars. Cardenas. HR-McCovey. SB 24-10 Boston 27-4. DP-Schilling, Russians buried Chile 91-28 at t: vs. Mrs. Jose Nesbitt, Green
trademarks, was with the Cardinal IF WORMS ARE Tampa, 2,967; First National will include Rusty Marcus,, .-Pagan. S-J. APagan.Pwrkey soud" and Stuart; Boyer. Richardson: and Conn. Tish
wich Phyllis (
IP "R ER" SO New York t. Boston 10. Tacna. Russia, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia ;
SMALL,PUT A 6OB catcher Tom Pe ItDne. LOB
21960.Doublesunchanged. Hansen
organization 23 years, as Bank Titusville, ; 5
L, 0-1 .. 7 2i 2B-Mantle. YastrzemskL HR-Con- and Brazil Preuss, Pompano Beach, Fla.
ON HOOK. THISMATEMPT 7 2 2 5 4HBP Yugoslavia ,
and coach. base; Ricky Waglow, second SanfordW.2-0 .9 iglUn
a player, manager FISH -By Sanford Cardenas. U-Har- s-Maaoneip H. E RIB 10 each have won two straight t: vs. Mrs. Mary Welsh, Rockford,
He returned to Houston in 1951 THAT REFUSE Singles-Hazel Jones. Tampa, base; George SoDey, shortstop; vey W.,.,.. Cancan and Venzon. T-2:14. Meyer U M 4 'A 4 4 2 Mrs. Cudone West
A-I.35t. __ 2 2 I and have qualified for the ; ,
and became successful in business tn+atE 683; Betty Young, Hollywood,. Danny Dennison, third base; Monb'q'1.Remff W.14 > 7 0 1 1 4 the host nation completes Caldwell, N.J., vs. Mrs. Ann
interests which included insurance WORMS. 671; Winnie Olejniuk, Palm and Cy Lott, Tommy Stalnakerand PHILADELPHIA Jose Chico Veil Radatz 1 1 Peru, ,
Toledo Ohio.
John 135V*. Miami FU. outpointed LOB UHurley., Flaherty. Cards** Hallcr. the championship field. Stranahan, ,
oil and real estate. Beach County, 667. Wiegmaa, outfielders. Matthews, 134 PbiMd iPNa. 10. T-1:27. 1w-1J.401.

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SCUFFLE ERUPTS I [ 7iP4.4V1Ey44 1 Fastest Breaking Mets ;

-, 1 A PU17U ,

Celtics Go .2-Up a ra g'9J Already Have Won GameNEW

.. 1 = .
By ED TUNSTALL Out of these conflicting opin- The game's -the thing, but YORK (AP-Ob, those 1 day home attendance to 110,104,

BOSTON (AP) For San ions rises the fact that the Cel- ,Monday, night it almost got lost grand, glorious, nolongergruesome -,' nearly three times the number

Francisco Coach Alex Hannumit tics now lead two games to hi the shuffle, or rather the You: rumr snouts ft aQF Mets. of people who watched the Meta

looks like a seven-game se- none !in the championship Na-I scuffle. A VtSftffM'1'M tHATGCVMWUMS A U&HT = They've played five games lose their first three games at
the Polo
ries .Boston center Bill Russell tional Basketball Association i The near free-for-all erupted rum )IS MOOD FOR Fin., and already they've won one. Grounds last jear. I

wishes there were no games playoffs by virtue of Monday just after the fourth period esPEt1ALLY. OH fA':11'6WNS1 This is the fastestbreakingteam Rain forced postponement of \ \ \\_ _
BUT OM HEAVY GREENS 1WSbHAVE the scheduled with the
left And big Clyde Lovellette oi night's 124-101 romp over the i opened with the Celtics holdinga 10Hlf-rHsa&LLTu = in Met, history. game
Philadelphia Phillies .
the Celtics is just waiting for Warriors. Games No. 3 and 4 31-point advantage at 10473. HAH tOO OFTEN ID'*Tn"SJ Monday.Sunday's
'ME Ja.t.A GFNERAZ RUL& The original Mets lost their shutout was turnedin
the bell to for the second in San Francisco I Lovellette fouled Wilt Cham- t
ring are on tap on MIGHT>:HEAVY
first nine in 1962. Lastyear's by Alvin Jackson. The little
round. Wednesday and Friday nights. berlain, the two exchanged FUTtfK ON tOW National in southpaw led the Met pitchers
League entry
ham !
viewpoints and w m o 62ESNS;AWHOU6HVOU CAN New York lost its first eight. with 13 victories last year but
Chamberlain's right shot out use A .161ft 2f A HEAVY had shutout.
nary a
and Lovellette dropped to his FurrKOKA tf sfwpop No wonder the fans are flock,
FSL Kicks Off (;RtEHnrN1W6)Ot1pt..I.YJNit A2 Manager Casey Stengel shookup
knees. THAT SAME TVTSPIK9 ing to their snazzy, new 55,300i i his line-up Sunday benching
both benches rsR1EN AN. 11Me. seat stadium.
Players from 4
shortstop Amado Samuel for Al

flooded the floor, but just as Deliriously happy, 30,185 Met- Moran, inserting Rod Kanehl at
quickly appeared the boys inl) nicks screamed ,themselves' third and CASEY STENGEL
To Crowds switching Ron Hunt
p Leads Losers
Big blue and order returned to the I I 1 IN My 0\ft'N\ 5XPiRl11PCJiON, 1111 1tIUR,I hoarse at Shea Stadium Sundayas I from third to second base,

Boston Garden. WEEK THAT,SLOW I'M UtggNS PLAYING 1U&PAST NsxrwsrIcAND'-GRtfNS ONE their favorites knocked. where he played all last year.It :Dick Smith, Joe Christopher and

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the Sun Sox exploded for five Boston Coach Red Auerbachwas P62HAW MCPftJM CXISHS TVS Nnt.*USE, Pittsburgh out of first place i. was Casey's fifth different Hunt.
fuming and had to be jo uwf A USHT rurm.BUTWUNP trtooHARP with an astonishing 6-0 victory. line-up in five games, par for The boys are now batting .291
The Florida State League got runs to sew it up. Haley Young tO ACUUST tO THS BrTEKSCT
,off to a booming start Monday clubbed a home run for Sara- pulled back to the, bench by 901 ftWWWgP 1O A M0MER FUTIZ&WRKMPOtSNT GftASSfS. This figure boosted the three- the course. And it produced the I as a team, which is astoundingwhen

sota and drove in two tallies Russell. KQUKC AS MUCH AWWtWEKT.i best of IlL The team accumulated you consider they didn't
with than fans
night more 7,000 .
Chamberlain had little, to wvewt CHAN&W I'IltfR5ntS 13 hits including doubles I get above .220 last .ear.r .
cheering the home teams, or going with a single in the big eighth. say IA T TWO Y2AW,AND s StlttEST THAT XXI Rebels Meet by )
except to imply there bad been Not RANGE YOUR TOO OFTEN, ftttff ON* -
home with frustrated feel-
Biggest Turnout due provocation by,Lov ll tte. THAT IS PRACTICAL AW COWORtAgur.fKa -
snag wrru re ff voo KAV PvrnNGt&auais "
ings.The Miami had the biggest turn- Lovellette, with, a cherryredmark 'leU WILL F'1Nt 1'HA't iris MORE OFtrl"r'iW I Jasper TodaySanta '
1,260 fans at Tampa had out-1,106-but the Marlins were on his upper lip, said, '1IWims:PUn-.R. S co I NEW FOR '64

something to cheer about as the shut out by the Fort Lauderdale II "All of a sudden, boom, and I Fe and Jasper were to

Tarpons blanked Lakeland's Ti- Yankees, 7-0, as Jim Smith and was down. I don't know what meet at 4 p.m. today at Harris FIBER-GLASS ROTARY FROMJllIITIIJllIIIVIJI.

_ gers, 2-0, behind five-hit pitch- Tom Freeman combined to dole I' caused it Maybe he was sore __::......,lw,_u.r..aSponsors Field in an elimination game for

ing by Tom Frondorf and Bob out four hits. Sherman Carter. about being behind by 30 points. sub group tourney baseball
Morrow. Timely singles by Bob doubled and hit a sacrifice fly play.
; But it's no disgrace to be
Lelli and Jake Martinez produced to produce two of the Yankee The winner of the game be-
Tampa's first run in the runs. Fort Lauderdale clubbed decked" by a 7-foot-2, 290pounder. Needed tween the Rebels and Bulldogswill 10 pounds lighter than convanthna models

fifth while the other came in three Marlin for dozen play P. K. at
pitchers a closer thanRussen Yonge 7:30 20" Deluxe
"I play Wilt a lot
in the seventh on singles by Ron '
hits. Thursday night in a semi-f i n al
Robinson and Steve Longley. Daytona Beach grabbed a; big Clyde continued, contest. Trenton and Jenningswill Walking Rotary
"But I have to. I can't jump For
Sarasota, playing before 933 seven-run lead in the first two like Russell. But I've played 'Soapboxes'Gainesville meet at 4 pjn. Thursday in
home town fans, came from be- the other semifinal clash.
innings at Orlando and went
on him like that before and if he Fiber-Gtes is tough *nd durable
hind with four runs in the fourth to win, 91. Tom Harrison allowed 10 times I'll Thursday's victors will play at 'wont rust, fade, chip or peel. Lawn
but the St. Petersburg Saints the Twins only two hits. knocks me Jaycee TropicalPontiac Actually, the boys will be 7:30 Friday night for the subgroup cart b easier for everyone in the faroify. -
still play him like that. Derby chairman, W. W. SOS this model before .
tied it up in the eighth. Then Felix Millan and George Hulett building racers for two races. crown. Both the winner you
Auerbach explained he was Wilkerson today issued a plea
contributed home All Gainesville entrants will be and runnerup in the subgroup
FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE runs for the raw
dis for local businessmen to act
Wilt not as
W. U G.B. sore because was taken to Jacksonville the meet will qualify for the
01.000 visiting Islanders. The Twins by upcom-
Tampa 1 The Boston coach said sponsors for boys who want to
Ft. Lauderdale 1 0 1.000 used five pitchers, who were qualified. Jaycees to participate in the ing group tourney.
Daytona Bead 1 0 1.000 the disqualification !Is manda build "soapbox" racers for the
Jacksonville Jaycee There an admiss ion ..
Sarasota 1 0 1.000 rapped for 12 hits. The game July 18 event Soapbox
Miami Lakeland 0 0 1 1 .000.000 1 1 drew 747, bringing the opening tory when a player tosses a Derby. The winner of the Jack charge for games in the subgroup -

Orlando 0 1 .000 1 night total to 7,046. punch. "We have nearly forty boys .sonville race will get a trip to tourney.
St. Petersburg 0 1 .000 1MONDAY'S Russell said he was "real signed up," Wilkerson said, 'Akron, Ohio, to compete in the
_ Tampa 2. Lakeland 0 RESULTS The teams open in the other tired" and that he wishes the "but we still need sponsors for National -:: Here's how Mot-Mowefs new Safety-
Fort Lauderdale 7. Miami cities tonight, with Miami at Soapbox Derby race t '4E r- -.- ., Guard Blade works to push objects
Daytona Beach t. Orlando 1 Fort Lauderdale series was down to the final young men. for a $5,000 college scholarship. Tike rocks down to the around.
Sarasota 12. St Petersburg tTUESDAY'S Tampa at ,..
Gainesville business
else completely.
GAMES game or over Any area
Lakeland, Orlando at Daytona The Jacksonville race will beheld ,4yn t d ,
Tampa at Lakeland
bright Wilkerson \ -
Statistically the only may sponsor a racer, s
Miami at Fort Lauderdale Beach and Sarasota at St. Pe- July 11. One week later the
Orlando at Daytona Beach light for the Warriors wasChamberlain's : said. By sponsoring a racer, t. -
Sarasota at St. Petersburg tersburg. Gainesville boys will competehere ( ( I $7995BUDGET
32 points which ]more boys will be able to participate with the winner receivinga ..
led all scorers. Sam Jones with I in the event, he'said. -
We packed trip to Nassau in the .e
31 was tops for the Celtics. The boys need sponsors to Bahamas. 1f TERMS

15 month's mileage help! them purchase special \
mechanisms "We encourage any and all
ExhibitionStarts wheels and steering FOR SAFER, EASIER MOWING,
into 10J/2 I Gainesville businesses to -
( a clay I required by the National sponsor
Soapbox Derby rules and regu- : a boy in this year's race," Get A New MOTO-MOWER Now At

torture drive I Toddy ations. Wilkerson said. "This is a tremendous -

The "soapbox" racers are opportunity for a i JIM VOYLESAPPLIANCES
to prove A billiards and pool exhibi 1 built entirely by the'boys them Gainesville business to supporta (

tion opens at 2 p.m. today at ,selves. The Gainesville Jayceesare project of great civic service. "TRY

ALLSTATE ENGINE the storeroom next to the' holding weekly clinic meet- The boys will learn many things' TV

Happy Hour pool room on S. ings on Thursday nights at the by building a racer. With the KING 419 N.W. 8th Ave. Phone 372-5303

Main StEddie help of a sponsor many more
Boys' Club to instruct boys in EDWARD" "
Performance, Quality, Economy' Beauchene, known as the mechanics of building a boys will be able to parti- '-- -II
will America's Lamest Se///ngCfgaf
Detroit Whitey, perform. racer. cipate, he said.

13,242 MILES ill 10V2 Days! He has articles been mentioned on billiards hi and national Largest Race

pool. There will be an exhibition "This probably will be the
On 9 with stock
September 1963 a car equipped a remanu-
factured engine and 57 other Allstate Products left Chicago to match at 8 o'clock tonight and largest race ever held in r: <,.. "
start this endurance drive. Day and night for 252 hours six teamsof at 3 p.m. Saturday. Gainesville," Wilkerson said.
lelay drivers pushed this cor over the road Coast-to-Coast Teaching and instructionwill "If we can get more sponsors, ,:a: 'a
4 times for a total of 13,242 mites-and not a moment's trouble.E. .
be given from 2-5 p.m. and our race could well be the larg- r4I

8-11 pjn. today through Satur- est ever held in Florida," he :

day. continued.

Buchholz Wins City f +" 3bs.

Track Championship

Buchholz won its third city 440-yard dash 1, Norris (B); 2,
.a Deese (W); 3. Beck (PKYU 4, Greene
athletic of the
championship (HB); S, Palmer (W). :57.3
A. STEITZ year when it took the track Low hurdles 1, Davit (B), X, Ben-
der (8)); 3. Layfleld (PKY); 4, SchillingW
Allstate crown with 67 points to 52 for ( ); 5. Spear (B). :17.0
Engine Westwood.Previously 180-yard run 1. Bohannon (82., .,...
runnerup Holmes (W), X Land (8); 4, AronsonHB ;
Factory Representative ( )} 5. Love (HB); 3:U.7
Buchholz won in CO-yard dash 1, Truiiilo (PKY);
Z, Joseph (HB); 3. Soxman (B); 4.
both football and basketball in Van Belltngrwlm (HB); 5, Bennett ss .vr
NEW PRICES! the the four (PKY). :74.J
LOW competition among Mil relay 1, Westwood 2, Buch-
city junior highs. holi; 3. P. K. Yonge. 3:51.3
ISO-yard relay 1. Howard Bishop
Mr. Gene Steitr one of the drivers of the test run, will have the Trailing the top two teams in 2.Shot Westwood; 3. ",. K. Yonge. 1:47.3
put 1 Mansolo (B); 2. SIkes
test car that was driven from coast-to-coast four times plus the track were Howard Bishop, 41; (W); 3. Bohannon (B); 4. Van Belling-
Pikes Peak run with on ALLSTATE ,REMANUFACTURED EN. and P. K. Yonge, 32. helm (HB); 4, Spear_ (B). 47 feet IV*
GINE (in our store tomorrow, Wed.t April, 22. Come to see the Inches .;
Discus throw 1. Mansolo (B); 2. ,
car, and talk to Mr. Steitz. Mansolo of Buchholz won Boyd (W); 3. Bohannon (B); 4. Lands-
man (PKY)i S, Schilling (W). M feet
both the shot put and discus 11 Inches
Chevrolet & 1942.60 Cylinder, block assembly $149* throw to be the meet's only dou- High lump 1, Hanssen (HB); 2,
Sanchez (B); X Taylor (PKY); 4, Sox ids a 3 .,
ble winner. man (B); 5, Davis (B). 5 feet 4 inches
Broad lump 1, Arnold (HB); 2. 0 rKn.R
Plymouth of Dodfl 6. 195156., Complete w/fcead. 8169 Results: Gassett (W); 3. Hansen (HB); 4, Van
Bellinghelm HBU 5. Davis (B). H.-
l [t !> 100()-yard dash Gassett (W); 2. Boyd
Fad S179* (WH 3. Trulillo (PKY); 4, Joseph (HB);
V.8. 1949-53, ,6.
Complete w/CylIn4 tads .. 5. soxman (B). :11 0
Mitt run 1. Dampier (B); 2, Wilkinson !,
(PKYl 3. Hawley (B)| 4, Gavin
Ford Y-8, $199* (WI); 5. Strawhorn (HB). 5:13.4 Vefjv' T
1954-59 Cylinder block assembly . ..,.. .4
cash price with trade-in

Frank Beard

Replace Don't RepairOVER Set To PlayLAS 1 Mr. Beldon needs a new muffler

VEGAS, Nev. (AP-
PARintoTS complete All as- low as $11 a Frank Beard, stricken recentlywith I t s sri !! (Again!)
state EngineNATIONWIDE month on Sears Easy Terms 1
a form of meningitis, says I
.. he has recovered enough to golfin I ;
Our engine guarantee and FAST INSTALLATIONservice the $65,000 Tournament of j{ I Now if Mr. B was a steady user of AMOCO. Gasoline he could ,

Auto Center is good at any Sears is available by Sears expert Champions.Beard I We can give .

installation mechanics says he has been practicing i have doubled that muffler's life and saved ':

Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back for a week. His acceptance 11reasons some money at the
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l' Shop at Sears Gainesville, Flo. golfers will take part in the same time. You see AMOCO is the only gasoline for .t.tthat
for ,
and Save SEARS 14 S. Main St. four day tournament starting. your car

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BUSINESS ., MARKET REPORT I. i: I I Judge Opponents Fire



Prev. Close Components 1st Hr Melrose Political

I 824.54 I Indust. .1| up 0.45 Rally

Readers' Request II IIThe \ 197.69 | Rails | off 0.03

I 140.09 I Util I off 0.05

I 287.76 t Stocks up 0.06 .
( following market uotatioifla's II :-;- .
requested specifically by I 5,570,000 I Volume | 1,450,000 :
of the Sun financial page. The quotaSTOCK LISTINGSons = 1 Mud9
: 'So Much Charges
bern are Murphey furnished Investment by Pierce.Service ; II I PREVIOUS DAY'S. f '

j here.) I I. STOCK MARKET \

NEW YORK STOCK Aqua Chem. _ 18'!. Gulf Life -..-.. ,____ 57 I Advances! .- -. 488 McDonald Shaking MossBy
} Declines .__ ...'_. 582 ,
Aurora Plastics 35 Herff Jones ___ 14
I .1 Unchanged ___ 266
Abbott Lab 2.40 112 Barnes Engineer. 223/i I Homes Insurance 64 |I Total Issues _.-----.u., .. 1336 fi4"c'W SAM McGARVEY added, "My o p p o n ent knows
Jax Minit Mkts. __ 5
Allied Cern 180 _.. 54 Butler Shoe _- ._. 8 i'[Kennasaw Life -...,.,_.,___.. 13".1 New 1963-64 Highs 99 Sun Staff Writer perfectly well that if he goes to

Amerada pt 200 ..._ 81 Chromaloy _'_ 14!%1 tCinerama Life of Fla 5'i I New 1963-64 Lows ____ 28 Tallahassee he will go as a
MELROSE It takes
: a pretty
Am Elc Pow 1.16b = 41 4 10\ I'N Y S E Most Active Stocks rp'CONNELL representative of the liquor in
--- -- Lowes Company ...,,.T..J 19 i good breeze to stir the Spanish "
Amer Enka 1.40a _._ 6-H Computer Sci -_- .... 23 Milgo Electron. 14% 1 Vol. Co. Close Changes dustry.
in the old oaks here,
Amer Home 1.44a __ 66'' Cutler Labs A __ 19 378,500 Tex Gulf Sulp 42V4 up 2 moss
Mort. Guaranty Ins. 32% r; but County Judge H. H. McDon- Lead off speaker at the
Amer 1\1 Fdy .90 18Va Data Control .._ 42!% Pacific SW Air 49% 258,300 Curtis Publish 14 up 3 the Alachua
I ald did it last night at the polio rally sponsored by
Armco Stl 3.00 .-- -- 75% Fulton Ims. T ,, 10 Schlitz Brewing _._ SOVi 102,700 Chrysler 47% off 1% County Executive Committeeand

Atch Topka 1.20a 28Vs Gen Develop __ 4% Secur. Life & Tr. __ 53 88,200 Am T & T 144 up 1% tical rally. conducted by Harry

Bauch Lomb 1.20 35 Mackey Airlines ._ n" Southern Nitro. .-.-.?.....,..,.. 17% ,, 82,100 Sperry Rand 16% off % Stung by remarks made by Adams, was Harry Evans, can

Baxter Lab .36 24% Mead Johnson -__ 21 Travelers Ins. ,--.-._- 50% j r 72,600 Cont. Airline 28% off 1% his opponent, "Judge Harry" didate for superintendent of

Beckman In __ 55 I Pac NW Tel ..- 23Y. 69,400 RCA 34 unch thundered, "How can there instruction.

Beech LF S1.10 _.- 48 I Philips Elec. -- 45\4 MUTUAL FUNDSINVESTMENT I 57,100 Fort :Motors 57% up be so much mud thrown here public

Bristol My .80 66% ;Redwing Carriers 13% CO. 53,700AinT&Twi72 up I tonight, and there's not a sign of Evans listed his qualificationsfor

Brown Shoe 3.40 92Brunswich iRIC Group 8!. 36,300 Tenn Gas 22U up MCDONALD rain in the sky'?" the post and then labeled

_..._ 10% Sperry R. Wts. --- -- 7% Affiliated Fund ..--.- 8.78: 33,200 Am Tob. 35% off 1H his opponent, W. S. (Tiny) Talbot -

CambeU S 2.40 __ 37 Syntex _. ._----.;. 73\4 Capital Life & Gr. 10.31 i, 30,100 Dresser, Ind 31% off' 1V4 That outburst set the moss 1 as not fully qualified

Carter Pdt 1.ooa _._ 20 Tampa Elec. 25 Divers Growth 9.94 29,800 Richfield Oil 50% up 2% Campaign Outlay to waving, and he kept it mov I"Electing Talbot with his RankII

Case J I 13% Tech Measur. 184TWA Dividend Shares _ 3.73 29,600 Pan Amer 75% off 1% ing with old fashioned oratory, certificate," he charged,

Cessna Air 1.00 __--_ 287. Wts. 231.2Valspar Dreyfus ......-..-.- 20.57 i 28,800 Mont Ward 39% up in which he praised the ham: "would be like putting a captain -
Ches Ohio 4.00 72 _._._ .-. 8% Fidelity Capit. 11.511 j I A S E Most Active Stocks dinner served by the M e Irose in command of 27 admi
Fund 13K off 2%: $1.2 MillionTALLAHASSEE Home Demonstration Club, "
Coas S Gas 351/s Fidelity -- 17.881' 122,500 Syntex Tops : rals.
CBS I.S0b 46 OVER TilE COUNTER Fidelity Trend _ L_ 75,300: Tel. A. Sign 2% off % spoke glowingly of the Melrose
Talbot countered that he was
Fund'tal Invest 1088 64,000 Cdn. Javeline 12% up community, belittled his oppon
Comb 1.20 __ 27%
Cone' Mills Eng .80 .____ 18% Alico Land -- __.. 71- Income of Boston _._ 8.41 I 52,800 Kin Ark Oil 8% unch (AP) Flor-1 $10,750 for a total of $14,050. He ents's abilities, and concludedby :.'fully qualified. that teaching
l' his life's work and that he
Amer Fidel Life ida's candidates for said he $9,057. saying "My record is ar I was ,
Conti Airl .40. 25 21 Incorporated Inc. ? 9.83 43,700 Wilshire Oil 3 up governor spent
the of
Conti 'Ins 2.20 58 Amer Heritage 19% Keystone K-2 __ 5.67 received more than $1.5 mil said he spent $133,022. open book. favored building a junior

Conti Dai _._ 951/s Amer Nat. Ins. 24% i Keystone S-3 16.93 Late MorningN. lion campaign contributionsand Ken-Folks of Orlando, a Republican -. The judge's opponent, John L.!high school in southeast Ala-

Corns Pdt 1.50 ..- 65 Amer Pion'r Life ._ 6%! Keystone S-4 _-._-__--._... 4.83 spent more than $1.2 million governor candidate, listed ,Connell, brought on the storm:chua County.

Delta Air 1.0 _- -._ 93 Anheuser Bush ___ 49 Life Investors _._ 20.97Life Y. ListingAllis of it so far, reports to total spending of $2,204 and I with Teharges that McDon- Others who spoke were:

Anodyne ._. 4% Stock Fund ___ 8.08 the secretary of state's office contributions of $2,487.
--- before Jack
15 2
Det Steel .60 ald was courteous an School Board, Dist. -
Citizens Bank ____ 35 Mass. Inv. Stock 16.36 Chal 18 Kais Al 41%' showed Monday. Brailey Odham of Sanford,,
Emerson El 1.00 43 : election, but that he went back Zimmerman and incumbent Wil-
Fair Camra SOg _._ 27 Conn. Lt. & Pow. 38% Mass. Inv. Growth 8.73 Alcoa 80% Ken'cott 82% I the list in reported total contributions ol: to being rude afterward. Connell lard E. (Bill) Williams.

Jim Water 1.00 3H.Finanl Cowles Mag & Pb: _. 14 Pioneer Fund .,-..... -- ?,:... 9.69 Am Air 49% Lig & My 83 i Heading former Fred received $21,846 and spending of $18,175.. reported alleged incidents of School Board, Dist. 3 Jas-
Dun & Bradst. .._ 65 Puritan Fund .__.__ 9.74 was
Am Brk 37:% Loch'd 34% ,
Fed 59 i X (Bud) Dickinson ofVest I Here are the major contributors by rudeness on the part of McDonald per Joiner.
First West. Fine. _. IS Putnam Growth ___ .. 9.59 candidate:
> Am Mot 16
% Lorillard 47
Fst Chartr 1.97f 39'h and summed up by saying,
I Palm Beach who DICKINSON
reported re
Florida Gas __.. 11 TV & Elec. 8.23 Public defender R. G
--- At&T 143% SlrOOO Frances S. Lev Palm
Fla E Cst ___ 10 Mag'vox 39% ten "If elect him, he'll go right
last week for you
ceiving $50,079 a ,
Fla. Nat'! Bank 61 Value Line In. 5.67 Beach; Richard E. Clarke. Miami Chief) Justiss and incumbentR.
Food Fair .90 _... 22% I Am Tob 34% MplsHon 129% total of He said he Charles Green. Hialeah; Robert E: back to his old ways." (
_._ ........ $486,129.
Fla. Tel .. 26 Wellington Fund 1505 16% Clauson and James Redman. both o' A. Green Jr.
FMC Corp 1.00 571,2 Arnpx Cp MM&M 66% Plant : The audience of 100, one of
Forrest Labs 2H. ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS spent $400,768 so far. City Julian Lane and Jacksor
Gen Tele .88 _..... 35 Anaconda 42% Mohasco 13% Logan both of Tampa; Charles Cot'nelius i the smallest to date in the primary Sheriff Bob Jordan and
__ of Tequesta Robert Ernesof i -
Founders Life 9% Purchases _._- 548,502 Under state law candidatesfor
--- Armour
GA Pacifi I.DOb 67 50 Mons'to 74% Jupiter. I c a m p a i gn tour of the incumbent Joe Crevasse.
Franklin Life Short Sales .
5n ----- 4,027 and U.S. senator KELLY
Oil 25 Babcock 61 Mont Wd 39% governor I ..county heard only one other M.
.10g 51.000 Claude :
Getty Roger A. Getford Sr. Eus Tax assessor -
Great Amer. .. ._ 16 Other Sales ._ I
475,539 file with ,
--- must weekly
Grace Co 1.00b 561,2 Beth Stl 36% Nat Dair 74V4 reports tis John L. Riley and M. E. Riley botl clash of personalities.
and incumbent J.
of St. Petersburg Harold Collins Tho (Red) Franks
Grolier 45, Total Sales __ 479,566 the secretary of state on the ;
A Helene Curt .80 Y. Boeing 46 Nat Dist 28% notosassa; H. T. Bailey Sr.. Templi Pierce Smith.
_ -v-_ sources of their contributionsand Terrace and B. G. Do son. Jackson Richard J. Wilson, candidatefor
Borden 74% N. Am Av 52
IBM 5.00 __ 582 ville. County Commission Dist 1-
Int Min C 1.80a __ 71 NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES APRIL 20 I Brunswk 10% Penney 53% how the money was spent. $1,000 Virginia BURNS Hamlin Charles H state representative, attacked James S. Wershow, incumbent

Int Tele 1.00 ..._ 59% High Low Close Net Chg. Celanese 64% Pa RR 32%. Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland, Elliott and J. T. Christian. all of Miami i Rep. Ralph Turlington's record -Claude Brandon and Arthur

Kellogg .80a 42' I i 25 Rails 135.08 134.28 135.32 Up .51 Chrysler 47% P.epCol 50% reported receiving $32,015 for a I Mrs.and William Luke Sadler Wolney William all of Jacksonville H. Terr! saying, "Now he's calling Thompson.
Cocoa Col 129 Phil Mor 82 total of $363,190. He said he $750 Brady S. Johnson and Stephet F; for an investigation of liquor
Lehman CP 1.34e _- 30 U 25 Industrials 833.84 823.90 827.15 Off 2.84 Harvey both of Jacksonville; and J I. County Commission Dist 3 -
Litton In 1.98f 69 I! 50 Stocks 484.96 479.09 481.23 Off 1.171 Com Ed 49% Phill Pet 50% spent $353,289.Mayor W. Rehfield of Miami. laws. But during sessions of the Dashwood Hicks and incumbent
I (e) New York Tunes Con Edis 86% RCA 31M Haydon Burns of Jack. MATHEWS Legislature, he voted for bills
Lone S Cm 1.00 ...- 23% I 11.000 Albert S. Dubbin John GaL Edgar Johnson.
I sonville reported receiving $34,- tier, Robert AltembS. Marvin Rosmar I. favorable to the liquor industry,
r Cont Can 47% Stl 45Y.
Marsh Fid 1.60 ___ 40 Rep I and Phillip Schiff. all of Miami; Alto : County Commission, Dist 5-
Martin M 1.00 18\2!1 Dow Che 73% Revlon 38% 833 for a total of $328,908. He Horne and Yvonne Home both of Jacl. and as insurance man, he Leiman Batten and incumbent
------ sonville. :
McG Hill .60a 37: STOCK EAL 40% Rey Tob 43 t,said he spent $263,423. $750 Vernon Peaslee of Tampa. voted for lots of insurance legislation : Sidney Martin.
FLASHESNEW Sen. John Mathews of Jacksonville UOO David Rosenselt of Clearwali tr and all against the in-
E. Kodak 129 St P 33%
Mead Corp 1.70 ._ 50 Reg I I and Walter S. Rogers of Naples. The meal was served by the
MARKET reported receiving S4C- KARL terests of Alachua County.ftS
Firestone 39% Sears 109%l
Merck 2.00a, ,115 Home Demonstration Club under
$1,000 G. E. Horne. John Hughe
Natl Air .80 __ 491,2 Fla Pw 47% Sinclair 45%,, 655 for a total of $243,453._. He Mrs. John .Hughes. A. T. Hughes R. I Turlington cited his accomplishments the direction of its president,
AP The V4 at 7%. said he spent $201,320. Hughes Jr. William McCoy and Mr:
YORK ( ) Fla P&L 72% 71%,
N Y CentI .50g 36 Socony William McCoy all of Daytona Bead I; while in office, and I Mrs. W. H. Allen. Ticket taker
stock market mixed in General Electric % to Ford Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia Roberta Spellman of Miami. II
was rose 57% Soutn C 56%
IMia M Pow 2.00 Bea Schorder
i ns Virginia T. Leib of Miami. then he said he favored and I Mrs. reported
Norfolk 6.00 ____ 127 4 moderately active trading at 86% on 2,900 shares. Goodyear Frmst Da 10% Sperry R 16% County reported receiving $41- $700 Mrs. Mary Bailey Ormof investigation of liquor laws that about 100 suppers were
the opening today. added % at 42% on 1,600. Frueh Tr 31% St Brand 77% 101 for a total of $191,757. 'He Beach.
No Ind PS 1.48 ____ 56 HIGH "fair impartial. but tough.:' He sold.
No Nat Gas 1.80 __ 55;:' Changes of most key stocks Republic Steel advanced % Gen Dyn 28% St 0 NJ 86 said he spent $63,641. Everson$500 Mr.Abod and Montane Mrs., Mary Frank France Smal'$- -

Olin MatH 1.20 _46% were small. to 45 on 1,000 shares.On Gen Fds 90 Studebak 7% Mayor Robert King High of all of Miami; Amanda V. Robinson. an
blocks included Miami reported $7,323 for a to- David E. Aaron: both of Miami Beacd Road Near Winter Haven
: Gen Mills Swift 46:
Owens 11 G 2.50 98PacG&E Opening 2,000 shares, Westinghouse 39Vi Ernie Breuer of Pompano Beach; Bi
1.00 .32 American Tobacco, unchanged Electric eased % to 341,2. Gen Mtrs 82 Texaco 77% tal of 82832. He said he Quincy David, of and Hollywood Mrs. Blanche; Bert Stewart Chat <<)f I

Pac Lting 2.40 ___ 59 at 34% on 4,200 shares; Parke Davis gained }i at 30% Goodrich 57% Thiokol 15% spent $63,641.Rep. Plantation.

Pac T & T 1.20.80a ..._ 3O American Machine & Foundry, on 1,100 shares. Goodyr 42% U Carbid 127V4, Charles Holley of $1,000 Mary HOLLEY S. Deeb St. Peter I. Drops Into Sinkhole

Pan Amer A 1.20 ..._ 75 4 up % at 19 on 2,400; and American Chrysler opened on 6,000 Greyhnd 58% Unit Airc 46%, Pinellas County, a Republican, burg (in value of goods)

Parke Dav 1.00 30I Motors, off '/. at 16% on shares, up % at 48\\%. I Gulf Oil 55r.: Un Fruit 21%' reported receiving $1,830 for a $200$100 --Stuart Evelyn Smith Gasser., Tallahassee.St. Petersburi I. WINTER HAVEN (AP-The they retreated to a safe distance
-- Radio Int Harv total of $9,913. He said he spent SENATOR CANDIDATES of state when heard further crum
Pennzoil 2.00 74 2,300. Corp. opened unchanged 58% US Steel 57%' HOLLAND underpinnings a high- they

Perkin El ,. 41 American Telephone lost Hat at 34V4 on 3,700 shares. Int Pap 33 Univ Mat 13, $8,344. $1,000 Harry Touby Miami ,:. way section fell into the water bling under the roadway.
-- Koeb Stuart Burton Cohen and L. I
Pfizer 47 143% on 5,000 shares. Yesterday the AssociatedPress Jones &L 76% WestEl 34% In the race for U.S. senator, Maytag Jr.. all of Bartow; Mrs. E_ E,: table today and indications were
-- I When first noticed about 2
69 Electrical & Musical Industries average of 60 stocks fell IntNick 77% Winn Dix 31% Sen. Spessard Holland D-Fla., Bishop denton. and Miss Mary Parker of 8n I' the sinkhole was enlarging fast r
Phelps Dg 3.00 I j a on., the sinkhole blocked only
reported receiving $38,375 for a KIRK
opened on 6,000 shares, up .3 to 306.4. Woolwth 84% from below.
.._ '
Polaroid \.20 16G%
i $10,000 Contributed by self. onelane of the two-lane highway
total of $162,471. He said he
$5CO K. Y. Siddall of Fort Laudei r .
Pub SV E G 2.60 __ 76'lPure spent $88,842.Claude dale., Jim Knight newsman of Win connecting Winter Haven with

Oil 1.60 44Bayonier Roy Kirk of Jacksonville T,000- Florida ODHAM AFL-CIO Tampa. ter Haven Radio Station WSIR; 'Wahneta, a citrus growing communityj -
1.00 __._ 39 $250 William E. Allen Fred Go both lanes
: reported from the scene "it was Later, were
a Republican candidatefor ,
YOUR sen Fred Katz Joyce Woodward Bai
Rexall .SOb 4n.Revn MONEY'S WORTH senator, reported receiving'I'bara Greene and Marie Wilkins. all
Meti .50 ___ 41 Tampa. feel apparently sizeable chunksof enlarging further.

RiCh 'Ierr 1.00 46thR earth break away below the The road is #n alternate routeto

C Cola 1.20 _._ 741,2 In Race Get surface. highway linking Winter Haven

Roy Dutch 1.73g _- 42% Consumer S'lvilldleslI .. 4 to The hole-blocking all trafficon and Bartow Polk County

Searle GD .90 ..__ 62th State Road 655 south of Winter seat. It is heavily traveled by

Singer 2.00 __ 9-11,2 Haven was reported this crews working on the Wahneta

Smith Kln 1.20a _.. 64% GARDEN GYPS six feet _and citrus.
By Sylvia Porter N. Y. Fair morning as across area
Sou Cal Ed 1.05 -- 31% I I ; OpenBy 20 feet deep _with water visibleat No mines were known to have

St Oil Cal 2.00 621i It's spring, the high season(lily concocted "safe" sub you with a lawsuit if you don't the bottom. existed in the area but under-

St Oil Ind 2.00b ..._ 70Sterl I for consumer swindlers and I stances. pay up. You have no way of ROBERT HOLTON This could be partially attribu l- State Road Department crews!,ground rivers are believed ,to

Drug .65 29 .time peak sum of at least $4 knowing how much "humus"he I j ed to announced ill went to dump fill in the'gap but i flow through it.

Tex Util 1.20 ......_........ 57 :billion, and possibly much more ,I Exactly what products they'll,, actually has spread around NEW YORK (AP-A small. I plans of civ- _, __ _u ----- -

Textron 1.40 ..- :...._ 42'!'into the pockets of the g'psters.1; be'peddling is still unknown, and you're lucky if the stuff army of workmen-many of ive rights traffic groups to cause a mas:!') :

Tidewater .__ ._ :t2% I but here are guidelines from I them from weeks of jam along roadway
In return, we will be the disillusioned doesn't kill your Iaun4altogeth-: weary leading to the fair. TheBoys
_. .ro the National Better Business With
Trans W : recipients of an appalling -: 'er. stepped-up operations raced ;,
Union Pac 1.6Oa .u variety of phony medicines i Bureau to tell you what to i today to get the New York \ The 646 acre fairgrounds, i
Und Air L I.SOb _'". 59'. fraudulent home watch for: Another old-timer is the itinerant World's Fair ready for Wednes Flushing Meadow Park is lace, ,
__ 51% repair quack who introduces: '" I Isturctional
Upjohn 1.00 worthless "Organic gardening" .day's opening. with broad macadam and CI :
deals auto promo- .
War Lamb .70 _._ 29 ccssory1offers tions and nature- himself as an "arborist" or I ment, tree haded, walkwa rsi
synthetic wig unnecessary Last-minute construction and
Worthintn 1.50 .._ 40'h gyps "tree surgeon tells you he and vehicular arteries ator] i
Xerox 93% you_ name it. faddism to replace established, has examined your trees and other work went on through the which visitors will amble ar

Zenith 1.20a 79% Who are these crooks? What effective chemical fertilizers. 'shrubs and warns that he has night under floodlights. 'ride in buses to and from e::IC-
can we do to protect ourselvesand I Ultrasonic rodent control devices -1. detected serious diseases and Among those in the vanguard hibits. I

our pocketbooks as they I costing hundreds of dollars -(insects which he must clear up I of 70 million persons expected I

AMERICAN STOCK descend on us in record numbers -: which are supposed to,I quickly if your plants are to to visit the exposition during its Rising high over most fa ir Roller Skating All members teaching in basic

EXChANGEAerojetGen ? ("scare rodents away" by un,be saved. t'J two six-month runs will be I' buildings is the Unisphere are invited to take part I'drill commands. The group

Let's start with the President Johnson. 'massive stainless steel mod meets each Wednesday night
pleasant high-frequency i Club
JMin Skating -
37'I 'l ?; the Boys' pros
_- -----' :swindlers for right DOthe"re [ A third standard spring gyp! The President is to fly from ''of the world-setting the fail at 7:30: under the supervision
Analex Corp ............__-...-:._3O!i ; {,instead of poisoning them.uis the miracle-cure lorour gram each Monday and Thursday Ed McCtellan.
,fanning out through our suburbs:(Don't ask what the sound will 1 {Washington to address 16OOC j theme: "Peace Through Unde r- at 4, and Saturdays at iof Deputy
and exurbs, vacation homes do to your dog!) \5 I lawn. A typical example is one\guests invited to attend the }!standing." 10:30.: Roller skates are fur-I Baseball disks Get the
|:product recently marketed as a ceremonies in the] jump on your friends by attending
and opening day
even penthouse apartments. "Non-poisonous" insect controls nished by the Boys' Club.
Fire Erupts and will be 'preparation to revive worn-out fair's Singer Bowl. Gov. NelsonA. Robert the weekly baseball
They are peddlingnew such as special 'black'light" Bar Assn. Science Clubs Dr.
I brown lawns The stuff was a Rob- clinics at the Blys' Club. The
Rockefeller Mayor
lines of "scientific miracles" lanterns to hang in your Hoffman who bar instructedthe
potion of dye and fertdi- clinic schedules are as follows:
In SubwayNEW for our homes and gar- I garden in order to attract pesky green ert F. Wagner are to attend. At UF ElectsLamar Boys' Club Telescope Builders -
lizer which streaked and wash Officials of the multimillion I Salt and Pepper ((7 and 8)),
dens as well as the old-time insects to the light and trap Club for the past four
YORK (AP) Fire "cures" for non-existent plant I them in a poison bag without ed off with the first rain. dollar exposition said the fair I II Matthews of Brade!De years, is currently working on Monday, 4 p.m.
I Seminole aDd 10)), Thursday -
broke out on a subway shuttle releasing them for the birds to How can you protect )'ourselfl.3gainst I will be better than 90 per cent]I ton has been elected presideof nt a project that will advance theo (9
today and spread to ills.New But spokesman for the completed for the 9 a.m. open the Marshall As Club Science 4 p.m.
train early in 1964 will be a whole eat. as a garden gypstersand John Bar ;; Boys' program Gator 11-13)), Saturday, 10
a wooden platform and several range of "safe insecticides" inspired the NBBB says, vYou'd do better their phony goods* ing.Still ciation at the University i f'or1many' years, and will benefit

stores in the Grand Central Terminal -' in pan by the uproar putting one of these thingsin First, beware of itinerant ped-- to be handled are some the summer trimester. all boys interested in science ,a.m.Orchestra Roy Wolfe, Boys'
area. Dense smoke over Rachel Carson's best-sell-} an unfriendly neighbors dlers. If they had a legitimate;;cleanup chores, laying bel More information on this project Director is
Club Choir planning
I attract ;;patches of sod and minor construction I Serving with him R() will be relaesed later. i
from terminal entrances garden they many more'sen'ice
poured ; to they'd probably of
j ing anti-insecticide} book, "Si will the formation a Boys'Club
building which ert Breen Jacksonville vii(:
insects than they exterminate. on eHockey Teams are now
settle down and set business
up AU Club
lent In this serious orchestra. Boys'
I for visitors Wednesday, re John Gentry Wi!St Clubne
The oldest spring racketeer is open president; being formed In the Boys'
in one place. Stick to established musical
members who play a
and study Miss Carson raises vital
Six firemen were injured ,
the humus swindler who arrives gardless. Palm Beach secretary; Hm: Hockey Leagues. There will be
local tree and instrument of kind are invited
at least two other men became questions about whether we are in a truck at your door, offers surgeons Somp larger areas, a foreign Coleman, Jacksonville treaa IT- three leagues: Cadet (7 and 8), any

ill from smoke poisoning before. upsetting the balance of nature an impressive sounding,: landscapists. village and a few other displays, er; and Jack Nichols Tam a, Midgets (9 and 10)), and Juniors to register at the Boys'Club
blaze brought under. by using insecticides and whether Second beware of 'miracle"products able to accommodate Remember for an audition. Registration -
the was topsoil to bring your I OWB will not be ,treasurer-elect. ((11 13)). : be made time
control.In today's high-powered chemicals ,garden back to life and. says I whatever they claim I visitors for a week or I I "Every boy plays." can any
addition to knocking out kill birds and other ani- to cure, and don't make-any Investment -, I Market I during Boys' Club hours.
several bushels at $1 more.
that Eg
| before check L Junior Sheriffs Club In ad- Story Hew Story Hour will
the shuttle train'mals. you Various setbacks caused delays -
service on should do the job.
which operates half a mile between .: The pro.. ms she raises have j apiece You give him the go ahead, carefully and know exactlj in their building plans but'a"fair JACKSONVILLE APT h. (Hition and to learning law the enforceej Junior -- resume Students April from 25 the at 10 School:36 a.m ot_

Times Square and Grand'long I j been under investigation turn back: to yell chores. Thee what jou're getting into. '\ spokesman said the are Northeast Florida Egg Marl ment organization Education at the University
Club is receiving
Central Terminal the smoky''\jin Washington, and soon well the presents you with a bill foi"1 Third, if you have any doubts:ISO situated, that they will offer prices to retailers: Sheriff's other:,serve as instructors and give

blaze halted service for 45 minutes ..'get scientific answers. Mean.'i$200-$300 claiming he ha .. of bushel agent; or your local Better Business Fair officials admit they can Extra large 39-42; large 3I ;-:19; week from members of the
the ndreds
on a portion of the Lexington while though, hucksters will I sprinkled ; I medium 33-37 small 28% :12; veristy of Florida ROTC pr0- plus a movie as part of this
\be doubti restorative substances or x Bureau. not estimate how many persons 1 ; ,
Avenue and Broadway-7U:1 capitalizing on our t of in- special program"w _
Avenue lines. and fears this spring with has. on your lawn and threatenin!; Next:. "Miracle" plants, I will visit the, fair opening day. hens no sales __ gram. Members are \


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Tuesday April 21, 1964 Gainesville Sun 15

Lady Bird Shies From Air May Floating Unlock Lab Space 'Library'technical May Be Mr. Fixit .

By HOWARD BENEDICTAP know-how to repair it and disadvantages dependingon eating the proper corrective action -

Sea Secrets Aerospace Writer The answer is a few hundred type and duration of mission, and displaying it in the

Trip Takes Long Drive CAPE KENNEDY (AP) A miles away in an unmanned the engineers reported.The spacecraft.The .

JACKSONVILLE (AP) A manned space laboratory on an satellite called "TOLO" -for ground station library library not only must pro-

floating laboratory riding the extended orbital mission develops -technical: order library in orbit. would have the added input of I
duce solutions but it also must
By FRANCES LEWINE developed mechanical trouble. entourage. scant tides of the St. Johns an electronic problem.The The astronauts beam a radio trained engineers who know the
WASHINGTON (AP) Mrs. No turnpike motorist Their includedMrs. i be able to analyze and pinpoint
b ever got passengers
River while It is
prepared for crew knows what the message to TOLO: "Battery spacecraft systems intimately.
Lyndon B. Johnson took Johnson White House i the cause of trouble from avail
on a more speedy service. The car physician "
sea duty may one day unlock trouble is, but doesn't have the thingamabob tuck Jut it would require
nine-hour motorcade ride home was driven right inside a serve Dr. Janet Travell, Public scientific secrets many able data if the astronauts do
as yet undreamed -
from Cleveland in heavy rain ice garage and the First Lady Housing Administrator Marie of. TOLO's computer swiftly an -large, expensive transmission not know precisely what is

I and fog Monday night, rather didn't even get out. Three waiting McGuire, Mrs. Anthony Cele- Crime ,Didn'tPay yzes the problem and within facilities and must rely on radio wrong.

0 than try another bad weather mechanics swooped down on brezze, wife of the secretary of It officially acquired the name for Him seconds relays a solution. The communications through the "In the beginning," the paper

airplane ride. the engine, quickly found the welfare; the First Lady's press Oceanographer when, Mrs. Luther astronauts fix the thingamabob sometimes tricky earth's atmos- said, "manned space crews will

\, She thought she'd "enjoy the trouble "the fuel filter was secretary, Elizabeth Carpenter, Hodges, wife ,of the secretary KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP-. and.continue their journey. phere. consist of two or three astronauts -

adventure of driving" after an blocked" and had a new filter five reporters and a presidential of commerce, broke a bat.tIe The satellite approach would whose function
Crime certa1nIy didn't Carl TOLO was one of three meth- I primary
explosive like lightning discharge installed in five minutes flat. photographer. [ of champagne across its bow pay erase the atmospheric communications -will be the vehicle and
Angus Fry. But it did place a ods proposed here today for delivering piloting
I frightened her and pas- She thanked the head mechanicand All along the route, state police -Saturday in the traditional ship costly price on his head. i vital technical knowledge problem but would require -I various life science experiments.These .

sengers aboard a United Airlines the motorcade moved on of Ohio, Pennsylvania and launchIng ceremony. a network of several
Alive, Fry at one time was [ ,to manned space stations. [ people probably would
Monday. into the rainy night. Maryland and patrolmen of the TOLOS to insure one was with-
But this ship is different from worth $32SOO-in They were in a paper presented not be trained electronic or
I appearance [
The drive back proved to be When the First Lady made District of Columbia neatly synchronized in radio of a manned

an adventure, too, and Secret her impromptu decision to take to take turns provid- all others. It is the first built by bonds. That was in 1956, whenhe at a space congress by 'two craft at all range times The satellites mechanical engineers, chemistsor

{ Service veterans said it prob- the 348-mile drive back to Wash- ing lead and back up patrolcars. this nation with the specific purpose was tried as a habitual crinvnaL Martin Co. engineers, C., T. would need redundant technicians who would be

of investigating the Police records show 20 of Moravec and T. E. Wolk. costly familiar with all the equipmenton
oceansof I
) ably will go down in their records -ington, she tested the ingenuityof Walkie talkies connectedall
as the longest auto trip the Secret Service. I. the cars of the motorcade. the world and their bottoms.A his 39 years were spent behind The other possibilities outlinedin' systems.'for reliability. board. Therefore, they might
board would
\ ever taken by a First Lady. I It proved ready, even down I Departing at 4:29 p.m., the sister ship the Discoverer, bars. the paper are to maintain An on library have to rely on others to expedite
eliminate reliance outside
En route, the President's wife to providing pillows and blankets -: agents made it plain that all is scheduled to follow the Oceanographer Fry was out on $5,000 bond the technical library on the on repairs. Consequently,

stopped off for dinner at a How for the long journey. I II speed limits- 5 to 70 on the by a few months. when he was found shot to deathin ground or to carry it aboardthe sources but would add critical having the library on the ground

ard Johnson's restaurant, where I Four cars already had been turnpikes-would be held firmlyon built fittedat a ditch April 15. Monday, the I space station. Perfection of weight to, the station-as much would be most workable."
I They are being and
II she took a few minutes in the borrowed for Mrs. Johnson's the slick-wet roads. Gibbs Clay County Court authorized a library, it said, would enhance as 300 .,pounds for a technical
manager's office to telephone 'day-long visit to Cleveland to I The White House was dark million Shipyards a $14 $70 to give him a pauper's I chances for survival of manual on piece part level type I N

the White House to talk to her [speak at a YWCA conventionand ened, except for the President's special appropriation. burial at the county home. a. space flight. of systems, Moravec and Wolk

husband. to see a public housing development -. office, when Mrs. Johnson's motorcade It will be September before Each proposal has advantagesNOTICE reported. The solution, they

There was a private dining for the elderly. I finally pulled into the the Oceanographer is fitted with Sikes PaysHunting OF INTENTION TO said would be to micro-film the NIYI-IN THIATIEaxs
94..f&'ae 1.eJ U1O'PPSii.!!.
' room set aside, under advance Cleveland's entire available southwest gate at 1:23 ajn. its specialized gear and readyto REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME information and develop an ef- )
Fine Pursuant to Section B4S.O Flo ride NOW! 3 COLOR HITS!
i radio instructions, where steaks force of Secret Service agents- Despite the tiring journey, put to sea. Its skipper and Sf atus notice Is hereby given that the fective means of quickly loSUBURBIA 0.,.. <-45 Skew 7:H

I were ordered for all in the partyof five of them-joined two White Mrs. Johnson took time to thank home port have yet to be named Undersigned.Harold Burchett.John doing D. business Baldwin under and SEE TWO LATE AS '.40
19. House agents to do the drivingand everyone who had joined in her and its first missions is indef ( 'the firm name of Sudden Service Heating JANE FONDA ROD TAYLOR
or and costs have been paid and Alr-Condltlong Co., Inc. 907S.W. -
Later, her borrowed Cadillac protect the First Lady's: saga and to wave a good night. inite. $50 3rd St. P.O. Box 132. Galnes- Sunday In New York
by> a Florida congressman, a retired -yule, Alachua County, Florida. Intends
Hear Adm. H. Arnold Karo and several businessmen !to register said fictitious name under ofilVE ,,
general the .provisions of the ,aforesaid St.tute. tf T *I SHOWN FiRST AT 7:20:
irecfor of the U. S. Coast and who pleaded, guilty to ROCKJiUDSON
Dated at Gainesville, Florida, this LAST TIMES Man's Favorite
Can Spend Lot or Little Geodetic Survey, has a missionin hunting law violations.The i 30tn ,day of March A.D194.. : Sport

: mind, however. He revealed hunters included'u.s..! (32 O)JOHN 3:31|'D.4:7. BALDWIN 14 21 ''TH E' CARDINAL'* lID LATE HIT
it during an interview while he Rep. Robert F. Sikes, D-Fla.;' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT With TOM TRYON.C ROOT" STACK DOROTHY MALONE
was here for the launching cere IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. THE LAST VOYAGE
0 Gen. Nathan Twining,
To World's FairNEW mony. chairman' of the Joint Cbiefs of IN RE: "- ,-' -t-. t" ,. i v
Enjoy JAMES -
"In conjunction with other Staff; Edward Ball, a Jackson' NOTICED .

ships, we hope to use Oceanographer ville, Fla., financier; and R. A. FINAL OF PILING DISCHARGE PETITION OP FOR SEIGE 'OF THE SAXONSWith "THE INCREDIBLE KNOTTS

YORK (AP) Many State' building highest point of a stage show at Texas Pavilion in a wholesale start on Leanard, an Aluminum Corp. of Is ADMINISTRATORNotice hereby given that "I have I RONALD LEWIS MR. LIMPET"

people around the country are I fair, $1 adults and 25 cents chil re-enacting the best of 100 a study of the Gulf Stream," America vice president. I Ion filed of my the final Estate returns of James as Admlnlstra-, I

wondering what it will cost dren. Visit aboard reproductionof years of American musical Karo said. They pleaded guilty Mondayto Deceased; that I have filed my W.Day petition .

them to see the World's Fair' Columbus' Santa Maria, $1. comedy, $2 to $6. charges of hunting turkeyover for charg distribution, and that and on May for 15th final 164 dls-, 'I

once they are in New York. Noted French puppet show, This is one of the top goals of a baited field Sunday. They will apply to the Honorable H. H. '

The answer is a little or a $2.50 adults, $1.25 children. Admission to the fair is $2 for his agency, the admiral said, because were among a number of guestsat County McDonald: Florida, County for Judge approval of of Alachua' said You only

adults and $1 for children. the Gulf Stream is all- the hunting, lodge of former final returns and for an order of distrIbution t
t Simulated trip to moon in and for flnaf 'dIscharge as Administrator once..4.soseeThe .
lot.Most Parking a car at the significant to the climate of the of Mobile.
of the fair exhibits are travel and transportation build- groundsis Rep. Frank Boykin the Estate of With James the W.Will Annexed of I
Day. Deceased. '
$1.50 a day. United States Atlantic coast and .
free. 75 cents adults and 25 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. April, 9th. 1t" -
ing, Food all of Europe.IN IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY /SPaul A. Johnson Pink Panther-
comes at all
cents for children. FLORIDA Paul A. Johnson as Administrator -
There are some special rides of Broadway"INGTHETcfRCUIT from 30-cent hot dogs and 40- IN RE: Estate ofRAVMOND with the Will Annexed of the & & 1
"Bright Lights THE COURT OF THE COUNTY B. DENNIS. Estate of James W. Day. Deceased
shows and other features for cent hamburgers to high-priced JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY FLOR. Deceased IS/ E. A. Clayton '
OA, NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll E. A. Clayton as Attorney for Paul A.
which there will be a fee. COURT OF THE American and foreign special IN RE: Estate of Johnson. Administrator 2.
of the Estate of RAY.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN ties. WARNER HARVEY, creditors (3252) .:14. 21, 28; J:5
Charges range from 25 cents to AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA Deceased. MONO B. DENNIS deceased are hereby
to file
notified and
required any
J6. Many persons will prefer public To All Creditors and Persons Having aims( or, demands which they may
IN CHANCERY NO. Claims or Demands Against Said Estate .........
have against said estate In the officeof
Actually, a family can trulysee GUS SEIDEL, transportation from hotels or : the County Judge In Alachua County -
the fair without Plaintiff. motels. Fares from 15 You and each of you art hereby Florida, In the court house al
spending range notified and
required to present any ;
Gainesville Florida within eight calendar -
much, even for food. WILLIAM E.EDWARD HERON and HfcRON BETTY aka K. cents on the subway to $5 or Iclalms either( of and you demands may have which against you. the or months from the date of f:rst publication i k ,
of this Notice. Each claim or
Watching Sudanese nationals HERON. his wife._ $10 for helicopter; bus, sightseeing estate, of WARNER HARVEY deceased -demand must be in writing and must ..
DefendantsSUIT late of said County to the Coun-
working on native arts at Re- TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE boat, hydrofoil boat and ty Judge of Alachua County Florida,. state office the address place of the of residence claimant and and must post' ... .,.r ,,
NOTICE OF SUIT at his office In the court house of said
of Sudan building 25 railroad. be sworn to by the claimant his agent .. .."
public TO: WILLIAM EDWARD HERON aka I County at Gainesville. Florida within I It will become void .
cents. "Wonderland" water and WILLIAM E. HERON and BETTY Hotel and motel prices in the six calendar months from the time of I'I'I 'or according law.or 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472
K. HERON hIs wife the first publication of this notice. .
I Also In Ocala
>th AD. 1 44
stage show, $1 to3. Ride in an You. WILLIAM EDWARD HERON.I metropolitan area very widely.On I Each claim or demand shall be in i April FLORA R. DENNIS. -
a-ka WILLIAM E. HERON and BETTY writing, and shall state the place of
antique automobile, 50 cents for K. HERON his wife are hereby the fairgrounds, there will! :residence and post office address of Executrix mond B. of Dennis the Estate Deceased of Ray' MUflHSCHcwun! BLAKE EDWARDS JI
notified that a Complaint to.. F _eWe be various forms of I the claimant and shall be sworn to LAST..
adults and 35 for children. transnorta- 3253) 4: 14. 21 28; 5: 5
certain mortgages on me renewing etcribed .by, the claimant, his agent or attorney DAVID NtVEN,! PETER SELLERS
f Auto thrill show..$L and 41.50; ,prOperty. to wit 'r tion to save a-lot of walking on and any such claim or demand NOTICE OP SALE a TIMES ,
Lot Eleven (11) of SUNSET ACRES. not so filed shall be void. I You are hereby notified that the following WAGNER CAPUCJHEWBMKftUCK
Belgian Village, with more than a Subdivision according to the 'plat the 28 miles of walkways. MARY LOUISE MCKNIGHTAs I motor vehicle: 1940 Ford 2 Dr ROIERT -
thereof recorded In Plat Book "E" executrix of the Last Will HT SXON53X114J10 will be sold at pub 1 :00, 3:00, 5:00. 7:00. 9:00 '
100 buildings, $1.25 and 60 cents Page 5. of the Public Records of Ala Prices range from 25 cents to and Testament of lie sale at 12:00 A.M. o'clock on the. liEsBEi i ROSS HUWW-AKim mucn- ( E PINKPANmER !
27th of April 1M4, at The )
chua County. Florida WARNER. HARVEY deceased day corner
1 for children. Visit aboard sail has been filed against 'you and you $3.In First publication March 31. 1964 of Main and Colson Street Trenton, DORIS ._-------------------------
ing ship Bounty, 90 cents for are required to serve a copy of your any case, everyone should Clara Floyd Gehan Florida. The proceeds of the sale will r WBMKftUCK: COM CORDON RMJPFXi
or pleading to said Complaint n West University Avenue be applied to the payment of the cost of .
adults and 50 for children. John answer on the Plaintiffs attorney, William Tn- bring comfortable walkingsh Gainesville FloridaAttorney retaking. storing and sale of said motor DRY ......CLAUDIA CARD I ALE
Leon- vehicle and the ,cost of publication _
Ckel, Jr., of WhltfleJd Wright & for Executrix "' The'"-
Ringling North Continental:hard, 707714 Metcalf Building. Orlando. es. (3201) 3.31 4: 7. 14 21 of notice of sale and then to the satis- JAMES _. _. -.-.. -.c.
Florida. and file the original answer or action of the balance due under the BLAKE EDWARDS MAURCE 1IIO-t.N"BlAtt EDWWOS MAftflNJUROWTECHHICOLOR NR1 MNN:
Tent Circus $1 t$3.. NOTICE ;
Clerk of contract with Mr. and Mrs. Tomm *
the office of the TIcHXtRAMAs.soi.o c'o.iseUNsTCD ARTISTS
In C-
demonstration pleading 20th TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE Of SALE Lee Bass Rt. 1. Box 19, Gainesville, GRRtIER' ....
Hollywood U.S.A. Court on or before the .,, .COLOR
tw Circuit do You are hereby notified that the followIng TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Fia. covering the financing of said mo:
of movie making and day ludgement of 1964.default If you will fail be to taken so. motor vehicle: 1962 Falcon Dlx 22 You are hereby notified that the 'following tor vehicle. Any surplus will be pale &RUlE fUICIS J.......w- ...., TODAY at the FLORIDAComet..World's
S2A22S13U15 motor vehicle
In will be sold at public sale : 1961 Plymouth to you. and you will remain liable foi
movie museum, $1 for adults against you for the relief demanded at 12:00 o'clock on the 27th day of Ap. Savoy $#UU7274 will be sold at public any balance remaining unpaid vndesaid 1
the Compllint. rll. 164. at The Corner of Main and sale at 10:00 A.A A. o'clock on the 27th contract. ,
and 50 cents for children. This Notice shall be published once Colson Street Trenton. Florida., The day of April 164 at 1321 North Main Dated this Ith day of April'-164.
each week for four (4) consecutive. proceeds of the sale will be applied to Street, Gainesville. Florida. The pro ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT I
Native floor show at weeks In the Gainesville Sun a news.paper the payment of the cost of retaking ceeds of the sale will be applied to the CORPORATIONBY
Indonesia $2. Ride on of general circulation In Alachua storing and sale of said motor vehicl payment of the cost of retaking storIng : H. L. JAMERSON,
County. Florida. and the cost of publication of notic of and sale of said motor vehicle and Gainesville Florida .
helicopter to height. of 100 Done and Ordered at Gainesville..... FlorIda sale and then to the satisfaction of the the cost of publication of notice of sal! (3274) 4:21 -
this '6th day of April, balance due under the contract with and then to the satisfaction of the balance 100,000-Mile Durability ChampionAt
feet, $1. Twenty-minute cruiseon J. B. CARMICHAEL Adele and John Rknburg P. O. Box due under the contract wit :
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 664 Cedar Key Florida covering the Franklin O. Jones Rt. 1. Box U4, New-
lake in amusement area, $1 Eighth Judicial Circuit, Alachua financing of said motor vehicle. Any berry. Florida covering the financingof Daytona, a team of four specially equipped 'I In Africa Comet showed its stamina again in
for adults and 50 cents for chil- County. Florida. surplus will be paid to you. and you said motor vehicle. Any' surplus will ; ride earth" the monsoon-swept
(COURT SEAL) will remain liable for any balance remaining be paid to you. and you will rental '64 Comets each traveled day and night 100,000 nhe wildest on -
n dren. Shows on MississippiRiver BY: EMIL, WATERHOUSE. unpaid under said contract. liable for any balance remaining unpak miles at 105 miles hour- an unt st African Safari'RaU)'. 94 cars started. Only'
Deputy Clerk Dated this Ith day of April 1'44. under said contract.
showboat, $1 and 50 cents. William Trickel. Jr. ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT Dated this Ith day of April 19&L equaled feat of stamina and durability. 21 finished the run-two of them were Comets.
feet above
fairgrounds, 80 cents. HARDT Gainesville. Florida BY: H. S. JAMERSON. -I-u 5r'r'y
707-714 Metcalf Building (3271) .:21 Gainesville Florida Paid Advertising ?- ,
Observation platform atop Orlando. Florida (327O 4:21 -,'

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ii % Before You Go! .. '; I FROM OUR FAMOUS ROLLING CART- I Leads the sales success parade!

p NOON 2:00 P.M. i .Is it any surprise that Comet sales are up to miles of African mud, rocks and jungle-the$

S MOVING TIME Is when this Cocktails Served From Noon I almost double last year-sT Comet proves what first to carry event America's Want colors more to reasons the world'? Just
toughest car
can be more helpful it can do. After: 100,000 miles at Daytona.
newspaper I Comets has tranJ.d.take. a look at this new Comet Husky, racy
than ever for its shopping one of these special
built. Make
homemaking want another 31,000 and is still going strong.Then beautiful and built. really
news, pages .
Comets slogged through 3.188 tracks for Comet at your Mercury dealer's.RK
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What's your probbin. ? Fir a .ea- ..c.. K'

Aging Parents trtl reply, wntt t. Akby, Box 3365 b
B.vtrly Hills.: Calif., 90212. and z a

include a stlf-aJdrtuc4 stamped ..anlop. -
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.. Abby answers all MaiL v
Van Bnren 4-SI
Abigail .4 ---

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r DEAR ABBY: Get this message to NO NAMES PLEASE, she wouldn't feel as though she was being torn up by the A FEW X AHLCWESHER.01MirJUTESAH t ooTt utiA> IER'snmTO-t.YC7U t.- CEr.41-pALpRKn ruooTlEf.>WH'LEGOIN'AAT'U.GVE' 141M

who wanted to move her aging mother from Illinois to California roots. She may not be happy there. But: she, won't be happy JACJOOUMraTHrSTORlEIISGONMA ; ,> t iFEl9 : 5 MWUTES ts.11/E. AFTER HCSMARRIED'

against the old lady's wishes: I plead with you don't with you" either. You will at least know that she is being / SNEm1S ZNIQJlntrS ME.iMAii1N71 !- Y ,,' .ev
move your mother to California to be near you so you can well cared for. G L.'/0' # MUGGW'SSHLS
"look after" her. She will disrupt your whole life. I know. VETERAN OF 20-YEAR WAR IfNES'! BETTETN V !
N It happened to me. My mother made a nervous wreck of me DEAR ABBY: Why don't people leave their old parents '> Z
with talk of how abused she was, and how she couldn't waitto alone? Children think they know what is best for their par- K.

die. I should have let her sit in Minnesota with the ents. Let me tell you, parents know what is best for them-

blizzards in the winter. She complained in Minnesota, but she selves. The worst thing you can do to an older person is to CQ fEti i

complains more in California. Leave well enough alone, and move him away from his familiar surroundings. He feels so '

don't look for trouble trying to please a half-senile mother friendless, helpless and lost. Maybe the winters ARE cold,

who doesn't know herself what she wants. but if they have survived 78 winters, they can survive a
VOICE OF EXPERIENCE few more. They might not live quite so long, but they will ,..,.

DEAR ABBY: I don't know how much experience you not mind, if their last years are happy. Y., rZ

have had with aging parents, but I have had plenty, so let "78 AND STILL IN IOWA" -

me tell you what I would have told NO NAMES PLEASEto GO RIGHT AHEAD +r4E

do about her elderly mother in Illinois, who was incom- CONFIDENTIAL TO R. AND S.: Sidney Smith said: "Mar GIT UP FROM THAR AN' EAT AILVE WANT ;(,(

petent to live alone, chased! away all the live-in companionshired riage resembles a pair of shears, so joined that they cannotbe w VEOL'ROOTHAWG""THERES : a Y0, PARSON- -

to stay with her,. and refused to move to Californiato separated; often moving in opposite directions, yet always
be with her children. I would put her in the best rest punishing anyone who comes between them." Is this your

home I could afford in Illinois. It is familiar country and marriage? aS '
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Wyler, Gianna d'Angeloand O Price is Right 00I

Pete Fountain.O 11:30 O O Missing Links >< i

Garry MooreD O Pete And Gladys

0e Democratic Committee O Fifth GradeArithmetic

11:00, O News, Wethr., Spts. r.YOU

i O News 12:00 Q CD First ImpressionO
J CD Local News (color) Love of Life ( )

11:25 O Movie O High School Chemistry

"Frontier Gambler." A U. 12:25 O News

S. deputy marshal investigates 12:30 O CD Truth or EAN'lMIlE.JUN1OR AND CANNOT SECTHETAR"6Oe HAVE ICU EVER SEEN
a woman. John Bromfield,: ConsequencesO WE CAN DO.sit THE MAGNETIC SPACE THE AND ri'is WITH WARM: SPRINGS AND
Search for tomorrow FATE.Ibi COUP& THE a i ; HcT-WATER FALLS? .
Coleen Gray, Kent Taylor. 12:45 O Guiding Light SIDE t
TUESDAY EVENING sketch, Romero plays a 1 / .
11:30 O CD Johnny Carson O Let's speak Spanish o d "
5:00 O Maverick hotel owner besieged by '
SOaRY, ,
WEDNESDAY: 12:55 O CD News
O Best of Groucho Freddie the Freeloaderand Uc:4 TIZAa. t
6:00 O SlimnasticsO 1:00 O News atr.I
5:25 O Greatest Headlines his hobo palswhoare <
Sunrise Semester O Midday
( 5:30 O the hotel's
Newscope camping on
6:15 O Sunshine Almanac CD News :
5:55 m Local News, Weather, beach. In the Silent Spot, {
6:30 O World CivilizationO 1:05 CD Match Game
Sports Red plays-an aging policeman Pastor's Study 1:15 O Focus ; IJ

6:00 O News Spts., Wethr. 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac O Leer Y Escribir I- eewrzaH 5_' x A -- Y,, r srna
O Sunshine Almanac O Antiques. 6:40 O Living Words (color) 1:30 O ScienceO htT'gMr
..:15 O Channel Five News 8:30 O You Don't Say i -L
6:45 CD iii, Neighbor (color) As The World Turns
6:30 O News-Walter Cronkite Science
Reporter 6:50 O Farm And Home CD Ernie Ford Q ,
O Operation Alphabet CD McIIale's Navy
7:00 ---
O CD TodayO 2:00 O O Let's Make A -- -
O (CD News Huntley, 9:00 O CD Richard Boone News Weather
Stranger, a 7:05 O Ranger Hal *"* O Password DtNNtR! METHATAFTERYOU \ APPOINTMENT-( AND YOU KNOW IX;KATE' GET OUT OrJ If
j 7:00 O M-Squad tasy-drama by Dale Was- 7:50 O News 2:25 O CD News SPENT THE AFTERNOON 'THIS HOUSE BEFORE lit: &
O The Saint-Mystery serman. After running, 8:00 O KATEZ r PREPARING( DINNERHEWENTOUTl -. RUIN5 YOUR UF 7 jr ICANT;JIM JHE5
Captain Kangaroo 2:30 O CD Doctors W aS 4N
"The Effete Angler. Sim- down a boy on a lonely
9:00: O Divorce Court O House Party P t HE NEEDS ME.'
on Templar takes a fishing coastal: road the driver
O Bachelor Father 3:00 O CD Loretta YoungO Ii
; trip with gorgeous stops to investigateandhe ;- &
CD Romper Room To Tell The Truth ,
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Gloria Uckrose, and and his
i 9:30 O People Are Funny 3:25 O News s
catches a different kind of puzzled by the d 't
young. Jack La
CD Lanne
3:30 O CD You Don't Say 0 rB ,
fish than he anticipated. ster's strange behavior. 10:00 O Say When O Edge of Night .. JLtT
O Discovery at the Zoo. O Petticoat Junction O News-Mike Wallace 4:00 O Match Game
CD Battle Line O At Your Service
CD Waldo Norm O Secret Storm 0 Y
I 7::SO: O CD Mr. Novak-Drama 9:3010 Medical FeatureO 10:15 O Eighth Grade
CD Popeye's Pals
O What's New I Jack Benny Science 4:25 O News
8:00 O Red Skelton-Comedy i 10:00 O Bell Hour ,' I
Telephone 10:25
O CD News 4:30 O Burns and Allen -
Red's guests are Cesar (Color) Host Donald 0'. 10:30 O CD Word for Word O Magilla Gorilla 1
t Romero and singer-actor I Connor introduces Diah-! O I Love :. "
Poncie Ponce. In the ann Carrol, Gretchen: 11:00 O CD ConcentrationI "Walk WAS ONMAr WHO MURDERED THE MAYBE rr WAS A WILt.YOU
Softly, Stranger.1THE HER:


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3miJttrk, iritttt He loses his will for a vice reach for the phone and catch understanding ;; will need toget I r'M q.A iLZl

WASHINGTON The newest presidency, dwells morbidly on myself thinking, 'Suppose Ican't ; through to retirement age. *
thing in neurosis goes by the "the good old days," starts cut the mustard anymore.' .Unfortunately, _there is no cure. I ARE YOU GMNG V Alit PUTTING 1OP tr TWO CANT UVE A5 CHEAftAS > / ARCHER,MRS.WORTHANO .
medical name of numerophrenia carping about his electronic so- "Even when I get throughon Like all the hidden sufferersof TH6 MU5T BE A rnSNT A DATE! I'M VOUR STUDIES CASH AHEAD OF ONE-THEN ONE HAS TO WHEN
gravis, or to use the lay ciety and concocting juvenile the first try, I'm wrought up, "digit dudgeon," J. B. is ''VEKY SPECIAL DATE DETERMINED TO BE THEM AT THE INSTITUTED CREDITS FOR MAKE THE DYING FOR,TWO I WANT SOMETHING
man's term "digit dudgeon." plots to humiliate computers. curt, bad-tempered and rude. simply obsolete. Evolution will H TONIGHT,VOUHS rK MOST CLAMOROUS OF DRAMATK MTS? AWHILE! ru. wow FOR FT.OK. .-
The symptoms are an abrupt t It is a short step to disemploy- Sometimes I forget what I'm ultimately replace them all witha COry CORNER CAFE! WHATEVER (
rise in blood pressure, a deep iment and a quart of 69- phoning to talk about. II new race breed to make life eN r_ Q TAKES!

red flush, an alarming increasein 'cent sherry behind the pawn J. B. experienced his first happier for computers.

the pulse rate and, violent shop.J. seizure two years ago while trying 1 What a pity that J. B. will o si'i'i'v

hand mo\emenl3. The'.victim B., a typical numerophre- to make a credit card call not be around to admire the t

may hands clench and unclench strike his nia gravis case, tells of his own to Baltimore from a pay booth: mavelous life that the machines SZ

out with spasmodically fist at inanimate or objects ordeal in these wprds: "It h snow on the New Jersey Turnpike I will create for manoneof
outside New Brunswick. The these days.
reached the point where I
desks tables
directoiies., chairs,want'' a drink every time I reach call required him to dial 0 (for <

telephone Jfor, the operator), recite his credit card 9WA5
phone. To call home '
As he loses self-control he
goes irrational and commits un;from the office, I have to re- number ((0921-7219-B18)), the Baltimore TodayHistorv
rudenesses. In'the f! an eight-digit number
speakable; '' of the phone he wanted .r;& RED:: GA:11.EITU. THEM TJUiS T97H5 TTKKFI! 9AVS5IONAEAN9 I WILL SHOUT G.I,REMMoJ..xAT
aftermath, he becomes morose,'sequence.i ; Long distance means lt K1ND'oLoooN fSK.THE. NATIVE VIUA3WA05 ; : WHSPcZS.! .. )CUA'VKy tAMOTACTALIE..
and lose! eleven digits. One wrong digit)rung (964-7385)( ) a sequenceof I l cal t," irccus fNTILTKEftRtl IS M'r5 REA".1A'
brooding, apologetic
and I'm ruined. 20 digits and one letter. v : S Sk0W TriE NWT5 FAit ENX: AV\A/.. Nz's.YuER,1 AAttY A.'Y1K3sTw v SEG FJR I. I I-I C+4 rMEzYI'ii
the capacity to think joung. '! THE ASSOCIATED t1YPJzrn A: 6CyZA1'Er') .W.R CZA1FL A, PcLiTPPIt. : Dond6 ..
He had
run through the first 11C.LANri,4rwZ II0 -. .J AtTH.ft: K .
Over a prolonged period the "I tell myself'You can do it,, C O Y S1nY.I
patient slowly comes unhinged.,:J.B. But call is 'a test. 14 or IS digits flawlessly, as he Today i is Tuesday, April 21, co;o sPrs! r I FCK TE CAM 0*OWE CG1LS1t551z AV SAYs'):." ii
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Af A".ASTiRi 2 CAS 2,
-- tells it, when some memory the 112th day of 1961. There are G0. 1 SDh1ETh bi
link snapped and he began re- 254 days left in the ;year. J JToday's Z; qi : r

S citing his social security num- highlight in history: !:< 'ti : 1DON'T 1f 1 Ii'P
ber. On the second try, he blurted On this date in 1836, Gen. Sam j iuI
I6cABAt.OtIE E w
SPAN out driver's permit number Houston and his Texans defeated I i \' ,
when he should have
ACROSS n E n o van A t his credit card number and and captured Mexican Gen- r (Itlr I
was i
1.Lyric poea 29.5o&drink ARK G E L A T I N E informed that his card was out eral Santa Anna on the San iI I II

4.Guard 30.Abyss. G E R H O D E D of date and that he would haveto Jacinto River near Gah.eston.Santa i I f .
7.Liberal or vizier R E S T ti S L Y coin for the call. Anna signed an armistice : I! .'
radicalll.Ecckilutt 31.Rabid A S R E R 1 T Y A S S pay providing for the withdrawal of 100I t-a
32.Cur at When J.B.'s wife finally
Mexican forces from Texas.
t s 0 E D E A P E
cal list 36.Dine found him he was trying to tear On this date I
13.Vocal solo 31.AurtcuIu" S E R B 0 R 0 G E ti Y the phone from the booth. The you T'N!! < I4G'D yOu 6OTZA WNE THE: COUzLG;
14.Portrayed SS.Protdaof I n E E L I B E R A L In 1898, the United States declared 2 HAVE A APP; ECIAT= MTriOU6.TS CN: TO SPEAR UP IP YOU) V/ANfT TO6sT %1sT MMZ
family doctor reminded him : <<
15.Stuff tweet HEST ACC 5 T E war on Spain. 1 trams 0,4 14.'IGENE. VON I-+ 16.Moslmt' almonds that he was no longer a boy In 1910, American author and HJ CAN TCDA'YS' PA2ADE $'ETTER?
tale 41.MU1Cinders SOLUTION OP YISTfftDAY'S PUZZLE and advised him to start golfingon humorist Samuel Clemens _1 I I v'APiZovE NS i

17.Fast weekends.A Mark Twaindied.In I,- PARAuE5 5 lV

rrpartce c.Canting DOWN Idcndnl.hako1 S.Small! tt prudent man, J. B. decided 1914, U.S. marines and Ev 0a ) b

19.Corroded Mess L 6..C1f11Z1 never to be caught off guard sailors captured the Mexican I
43.Air %.Qver
Orb of
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... _. ,11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 30 PETS > SUPPLIES 35 Heum fer ,Sal!. 35. Haunt.for Sale ..., !I I"nllllll1t"mml"IIIIIItIt1I111m1J11I! __,. -' "'

; WANTED salad maker. apply Hotel MINIATURE Schnauzer pups. NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 FOR SALE 3 Br.. 2 bath bullt-ln
WANTED. Thomas. mornings or eve ACK registered excellent pedigree. and 4 bedroom. '3 bath, CCB kitchen, F. Rm. central air fc WANT-AD RATES

__ (.... _.,.... 'Z __. _nings. No phone calls. Only 2 left. must sell\ home. City water lights and heat fenced back yard. Take advantage
leaving town. $85. (Normally sewers. Shown by appolntmentPhone of owner having to -
: .;. DEPARTMENTMANAGER SIM te S1SO All papers Included. FR 2-3824. move. Nice wooded lot $17,000. PH. 372.8441
Call 372-7601. 3945 NW 34th St. FR 23712. ,_
'i' if 1 BY OWNER 4 bedroom 2 bath

14 MONTH old AKC female large house, double garage. ."
registered :
t For Infant and girls wear. At least German Fenced yard. Close to University. { for
t %. ;, Shepherd. $7 Call FR 4-70S4. MERRILLWESTWOOD
,. ?.. 1 years experience required. Apply Call 3721235.
t J. M. Fields. 1409 N.W. 23rd MODERN SUBURBAN HOME Classified OnlyDEADLINES

;" < Blvd 3 BR 2 bath kitchen with bunt- -
33 LOTS FOR SALE ins dining sunken living Attractive 3 bedroom .
.-.--. STENOGRAPHERSSperry rnx, fireplace screened porch 2 bath masonry home on I
study and shop. Central heat large corner lot. Family room
has desirable positions BY OWNER central .
heat built in oven and
' THERE available for experienced stenographers BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. iii city cork limits floors.on Located wooded 4 miles 2 acre from lot range and carport. OWNER Tues. trjru Fri. pipers 5 p.m. Day before publication
HAVE "YOU'7 with developed secretarial Block of N. W. 22nd Street. HO1 in restricted Acr.s.S1'.soo. ANXIOUS MAKE US AN OF- for ads to go hi Sun. paper-II:00 a.m. Sat.

: Starting prior experience.salary determined x 155. Phone 174-51 M. offered Chantilly by owner. See : FER I S For ads to go In Man. paper-i ,.m. Sat. I

with Increase based en regular BEAUTIFUL: large tots fully by appt. FR 4-5424. I, BLACK ACRES: -Lovely 3 bed- II I Minimum ad 4 lInes) I
ly scheduled work performance Improved In Ridgewood./ NW room 2 bath concrete block
I reviews./ Promotional opportunities 31st Street. lust south of NW BLACK ACRES I home with oak floors. spacious FAMILY RATES
S day work week. Excel- 16th Avenue. J. W. KlrkpatrickAgency. For sale by owner. 4 BR 3 bath kitchen with plenty of room for I -

lent working Submit conditions resume in and confidence benefits I. 2-8404. 31 N. Main or call FR house lot on large landscaped corn- breakfast set. 12x2 screened 1 ,Insertion ....................................._........ 34c tine _

ANY OF THESE IS or telephone 373-0411, Ext. er patio. bath swimming enclosed I breezeway, carport and utility 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c lint
FOR SALE lot 1 00x1 I room. ONLY 111,000. 4 Insertions .. ... .... 17c line _
; 223 for appointment.S ERRYELeCTRONIC building 22x1 r, good 00'.well block& with separate fireplace dining large room Fla.central Rm, 12 Insertions :::::::::.:. :.::::::::::....:::::::::::::. tIC line _s

TUBE pump Inside building. price heat & air conditioning paved BLACK room, ACRES 2 bath -masonry Spacious home 3 bed-located Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rate tarn- 3
DIVISION $700 cash or terms. For full ed x number of Insertions. H
street on bus line. Shown by on a large comer lot with
1 SPERRY RAND CORP Information write Peter Tanas.JiJ appt. only. Call FR 4-8802 after lots of trees. Special features
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA Mobile park.- ,Bradenton.. 12 include family room with fireplace I
THINGS TO SELL? EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Fla. fireplace in living room.
EMPLOYMENT I Five letter words per fine
WORTHWHiLE noon.FRED central heating and air conditioning
34 Waterfront Property wall to wall carpets. built- .. I-If.
TYPIST position open. must be in oven and range electric dishwasher Same as 2 lines
fast accurate and
iI good spelt.if. recreation .
Good working conditions. liberal : ; 8 Pt. ordinary type
WINFRED H. CRAWFORD and double carport. THIS IS A
fringe benefits. Contact Personnel ARNOLDSpacious :
Reg. Broker, specaiizing in as S lines
Office Alachva General 12 Pt.Same

AGE. 3 miles No. of Mtirost
They'll Bring You Extra Cash GR 9-281. : JOHN MERRILL "f.' 4 fines
12 Malt Help Wonted 2 Story REALTOR 18 Pt.ordinary type
LAKE FRONTAGE $17,000. S600 down and $107 per
21 Acres on Sand bottom lake month Including taxes and insurance I Phone 3721494
ONE of the largest insurance companies North of Grandin, Asking $5000. to qualified FHA Buyer. 2. ASSOCIATESMARCELLA

In the country has t position One half cash. S. E. Sapp Real story 3 bedroom 2 bam home I PARDI 24 Pt Same M S tines
open for men between age tor. Phone 472-2000 or 4722220. with study large living. room W. H. BUCKHANNANCOMING ordinary type

21 to M Unlimited future Startat with fireplace, modem kitchen
.. R .. sao per week. After first 2 LAKE Place for sale call FR 2- central heat. -
ugS... .". READING weeks 1100 and better. Call :372- 4416 after 5 p.m. !
1. 1171 for appt. HANDSOME permanent home on The Gainesville Sun will rIOt fee responsible! for more than one

Guns MAN wanted for local milk beautiful Lake Strtna In the HandsomeLocation Incorrect Insertion nor will it be liable for any error In

7t ..' route preferred ages 21 to Melrose area. Immaculate three & condition Is ..-,. 3 tlsement to a greater extent than the cost of the space!
35. High school ed. preferred" bedroom two bath residence and bedroom t bath home situated VILLAGE pied by the Item In the advertisement. No IdVI"1

'. Tools I : good health. Apply 204 SW other excellent masonry buildings on paved street. Large lot affords the be made on errors that do not materially effect the

.. I. \ 4th St. ; over three hundred feet of privacy -rear lawn fenced advertisement.
lake frontage means plenty' of for children & pets. For summer GREEN
Boats SHEETMETAL man experiencedIn room for several families. 'The days ahead cool screened -
: ; ..1t _" IN roof and gutter work. Call price Is most reasonable at $25- porch.' Full price $19.000. The Gainesville Sun! reserves the privilege ef revising er re.advertisement
FR 4-1315. 500. Call KirkpatrICk Agency. FR VILLAGE IKlng any which It deems eblectlona! and

I ,. Tents ESTABLISHED Insurance debit In 21404 31 N. Main, St. Best Buy chlnge ClerM to the conform clissitlcitlon to the policy Of any of advertisement the from that, tr. i
Gainesville, good opportunity for BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee I
Books i! ,; honest and sincere man. Phone River at Rock Bluff. Call 3744160. .. 3 bedroom 2 bath home at economy -i gB
: price of $15.100 "Carrier"
-. FR 2-0932 for Interview. .. central heating air conditioner ..mmm1mirnuatalweomewiwmaOnm.ese.eiesauwoo.rn., ..... .. .______
IIIIiIIIIWIIlWiU"' W"' 11II'l' -
WANTED route man for established APPROX. 100 acres located If ml. unit. hardwood floors fenced VILLAGE

I ; Plantsc.." ':0r.; ? t.: route. Ages 21-33, must be North of Gainesville en state yard. Attractive location near 35 Houses for Sole 35 Hewies For Sole!
THESUN married. Apply In person at road 121. Approx '.* mile of highway schools and University.
American Bakeries 147 S. Main frontege *t mile of river GREEN

: Pianos : from 4-4 p.m.GAINESVILLE. frontage on Santa Fa river. Ideal I Lake GenevaNew ANGLEWOOD .by owner 3 BR. 2 BY OWNER, new house 3 bedroom

: ; ALACHUA. HIGH for development or Investment. VI LLAGE bath. Price 17100. $100 down 1 bath. utility room and carport.
'f SPRINGS. steady employment. $150 per acre. Write John Dykes 3 bedroom 1 bath home with Call 572-2727. i .J? S 2100 N.W. 55th Strut $500 down.

Stoves "\- -., ) \'. fringe benefits age 21 to 50. Rt. 2. Citra Fla.. owner. or call attached garage Good waterfront _Call FR 21912.WESTW000
at 421.1403.Ocaia. lot on beautiful breezy NEW HOUSE a bedrooms 2
Apply Jackson's Mlnit Mart.. GREEN
t ...... point. This Is a year-round homein baths. central heat. C.C.B. LITTLEWOOD'Walking
t 1234 N. Gainesville
: Radios \ ,, ; \ w. utn Ave., WATERFRONT Lots on large perfect condition with built- Built-in kitchen. Save SUM., distance to schools. 3
: lake Terms Call 4755811.; .BR, 2 baths home In Skyline
.. in kitchen equipment.. Full price VILLAGE Call for appointment. Ph.:
", .-',v . DEPARTMENT $14,000. FR 4-4774 or FR 2-3824. Heights. Study hardwood floors,
'j bullt-ln
Skates range a. oven. Cent.
35 Houses for Sal.
GREEN LAW professor moving, spacious heat. Shaded back yard. Call
MANAGERFor Lake Santa Fe
bedroom study IVt baths. attic 3744642.

Trunks J men and boy's wear. At least 1 BEDROOM, 2 bath home separate Ultimate In Gracious living on the Ian buIlt in drawers vanity end WHY PAY RENT
.t I--: H 3 years experience required. Apply dining room. Take advantage most desirable lake In the area. VILLAGE storage $80 month. Negotiate New homes 9500. 3 bedroom, tile
: J. M. Fields 1409 N.W. 23rd of owner's having to Estate proportioned grounds extend equity. FR 4-2785 1042 N.E. 14th bath sos per month. Located on

; : Jewelry WANT Blvd. move & have spacious rooms from paved street to lake Ave. S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some
& wardrobes In new home area front. Situated In Melrose this GREENIDYL trade-Ins. Call FR 22372.
DRY WALL finishers wanted. 3 BR CCB in N.E. section stove
large fine 2 story home offers
executives. lit090.
' .. Bicycles among young /- and refrlg. many oak trees lowdown 4123 NW 20th Terr. 3 BR, 2 bath
Phone 3720481. $45,000 if are
: FR 2548. space Interested.aplenty. you payment low monthly Fla. rm.. Inside utility rim, elec.

RETIRED couple interested In HOUSES FOR SALE S-BR 2- payments. Call FR 2-4002. built.In 0 R. air cond., S40
: TV Sets :-1. helping run a store In Cedar Bath, central heat with fireplace M per me. $2100 eQul,,. win accept -
._ : .. _.! Key serving fishermen and tour. .' NW 47th Terrace. Price FOR SALE by owner. 3 BR 2 best offer. Phone 374-4725.

: .. ists. Must have references. $15,900. ARNOLDREALTY gthr home with rrt-eni::: SALE, TRADE RENT. Furn. Un-
Clothing I ; '.' Write Box lilt, or call 2441. Cedar CHEAPER THAN RENTs 2. BR ., air cond. furn. 3 BR. Fla. Rm. Breakfast
i ADS Key. 1-bath, SE 44m Terr. S9JOO. COMPANY WILD heat fenced in yard open Rm. garage fine location. 721
Payments,$45 per mo. Multiple Listing Member house Sunday. 1029 NW 34th Dr. N. E. 7th Terr. 372-$22J Mr.
: Cameras MAN WANTED for married excellent oppor. 2-BR 1bath. SE 46th Terr. SUOO. 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522: Beautiful brick and C.S home, Ig Ph. 3728282. Baum.
tunlty man. age 2540. -
\ Local. established combination $45 per mo. AssociatesPete Sing lot wooded fine residential area. FHA House for sale" NE sectionat -
And also some trade-In Houses. Jane Caldwell f. W. Hodge 3 BR 2 bath hw floors double appraisal value of 10000. IDYLWILD 3 BR, 2 bath double

I Antiques Write debit.P. 0.Good Box starting 219. Gainesville pay. Call FR 4-744. Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman garage custom built by appoint $300 down payment low month carport hardwood floors fenced

Fla. AIR CONDITIONEDIF Charlie Mayo Jim Greene ment. Call Mary Moeiler Exclusive Iy payments. 3 BR. 1 batcar.. back yard C'IF 2-3001.

you like space for entertaining, port. large storage. Call after GREAT opportunity for young
Furniture z' If you are ambitious over 21 yearsof this Is the house for you. Lg 6:00 P.M. FR 4-4774. couple with a little capital. Let
t. age have a car and want an onto red FORDYCEREALTOR & Flavet
living area opening SPACIOUSLovely type house for sale" In
.. NO
= opportunity to make Si00 a weekor
wood enclosed patio. Near Llt- good location for rental close to
Livestock better. call 3727111 for appointment tiewood and Westwood schools. 3 Br. 2 bath N.E. near bath Central heat central air campus. Live In one side, rent

1." : : Wednesday and Thursday 3 BR 2 baths central heat Parochial and Metcalf School condo Northwest. $19,000. Call other. $1500 will handle. Phone
.' 10 to 12. dishwasher disposal built in Ig screen porch, low down paymt 376-2927. 3741442.
Diamonds DUCT WORK SPECIAUSTS stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal $109.00 mo Includes Escrow. ExclusIve NEW 3 bedroom CCB S8995.
price. $22000 only $1500 call Mary MoeilerHIGHLANDS $450 down, $45 month. Phone FOR SALE U. of Fla. Flavet 4
Experience In new and existing down. t22 NW 36th Terr. FR 44945. Day 495-2441. Night FR 4-4J11. unit buildings. Ideal for lake
Fish Poles homes. salary per experience.FR New Listing place or inexpensive rentals.
*-4404. COMFORTABLE LIVING 3 bedrooms Must be moved from Univ. prop-
-" FOR only $450 down. "1.21 4 bedroom T1/* bath recently com and 2
per Like new 3 br 2 baths CB. Cent baths central heat erty. Phone FR 4-1442.
Used Cars month payments, can pleted. Colonial Inspired. Exclusively -
you qualify screened porch and
II-H.lp Male or Female for 4 BR., 2 bath home. 1S04 designed for the Young heat. Cent A-C built in range & room. Ideal neighborhood,family near 4 BR. 2 bath in Highland Court
NW 38th Terr. Will paint Inside Executive. 1 bedroom and bath oven. Ig patio with concrete ornamental schools and shopping. 411 N.W. Manor air conditioner double
Auto TiresAquariums EXECUTIVE! SECRETARIES & outside completely. For appt. separate from main living area fence. $14800. Call Mary 34th DrIve. 115500. utility Rm., swim club membership
Moeiler. ExclusiveRANCHETTES
STENOGRAPHERS to see call 3720481.NORTHWEST. which may be vied for study or Ralph Realtor schools In walking distance .
CLASSIFIEDDial SECY'S full & part-tlma I den with prefinlshed chI r r y FOSSEY $91 mo. 2132 NE 11th Tar.
BOOKKEEPERSACCOUNTANTS paneled walls. Ideal location and Call FR -2349.
11 W. University Ave. Ph 374-1359
must be seen to appreciate all
AND close to Liniewood end I the extras. Only $2X30000. Consult TVi Acre lots restricted.. Call I "Selling Florida Since 1906"
CLERK-TYPISTS Westwood schools 3 Bedrooms
Row Boats REG. NURSES & LPN'S and 2 Baths Central Heat, Fordyca aV Associates, Inc.. MARY MOELLERINVESTMENT OWNER transferred. 3 BR house McKinneyGreen

YOUNG MEN. degrees Bus. large family room and screen 3761236. VA financed 2 yrs. old. $800
Adm. Law Engineering. ed porch fenced back yard, equity. Take up payments of $82
Golf Clubs per mo. Will take $500 cash &
25-35 Salaries open beautifully landscaped Cypressgardens
500 Call anytime. Suitable land for deluxe 'T r a tier note for $300. Ph. 3723243 after
Personnel' Center RALPH REALTOR type of view. Year round Court fine location near Gainesville _4:30 P.M.

TypewritersMotorcycles 102 NW 2nd Avenue FOSSEY home beautiful spacIous Call MARY MOELLER 3 BR, 2 bath CCB home, central

376-4672 Call 3726377 for appointment "Selling Florida Since 1906"II I grounds., boathouse Lake Santa dock. workshop Fe frontage MARYMOELLER heating hardwood floors Fla DeatonREALTORS

10-12 A.M. 2-4 PM. Mon. thru FrL W. University Ave. Ph. 376-135 air conditioning washer dryer rim Located near Ltttlewood &
Member Multiple ListingRENTERS Westwood Schools. Terms to suit
words cannot describe the
WANTED BOOKKEEPER. buyer. Call 3723793 after 4 P.M.
? I and beauty. Due to Illness for appt. Owners moving out of
owner must sacrifice. now
Used TrucksRefrigerators Inspect BothThe
state. 421 NW 35th 3?.
Capable and qualified to earn $400 for free month's 2600000. Consult Fordyce &
Register rent. Associates Inc. MORE FOR THE first a 3 B.R. 2 bath nome
or more or do not apply. 40 hour : 374-1234. MONEY this 3
Announcements week. Write Box 401-A Gainesville no obligation drawing month- Ig. BR 2 bath, panelled LR. near schools monthly payment
Sun.BARTENDER. ly. : REALTOR fireplace attached garage HW Including taxes and Interest
HUGH EDWARDS.. INC. DuplexMoney floors. Well Lg fenced corner $9$.00. The second a 3 B.R. I
wanted male or fe In the bank will be 1019 W. University FR lot. Near Stephen Foster. $14. bam house $400 down end monthly
yours 4-4471
Baby Buggies North Central Fta. builder
3 LOST & FOUND male. Apply In to Hotel largest
person .
Of 00. Call
Thomas, 415 NE 2nd St. between by far. ; with this wonderful bargain. In- Member of multiple listing 500. $450 dp. FR 23851.N.E. 23617.payments SU FR

Electric Motors hours of I a m. and 1 p.m. or NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. I come month.nets Good approximately/Mortgage$50.00a low 3 BR.. 2 baths LR DR Fam.
FOUND Yearling. Identify. 4 pjn. to 10 p.m. rm kitchen utll. rm carport
damages & costs. Write Pay Box AVAIL. June lit 3 BR, 2 bath, taxes Call today. Fordyce & Associates. I RedfranksRealestate central alr-cond. & heat fireplace I Income Property
Exp. secretaries salary open Fla. rrru, screened porch. $15.- Inc. 374-1234. .
Farm MachineryStore _392 A C-o Gainesville Sun. Cashier-host attractive 500. Walking distance Little- bookcases patio (enclosed If you ere looking for 0 property
), fence lawn
LOST tan & white female beagle. White housekeeper $25 wk. wood. Ph. FR 25043. Bedrooms flowers etc. Antenna pump. trees with a good Income let us show
Flowers Bookkeeper salary open near you this nice 2 story duplex -
Camp Tallahassee Fla. 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath, large corner swim pool. Take $1500 for equity.
WaltreS', & this fully furnished $175.00 per
Exp. salary comm.
In home. FIVE and
Equipment on collar. C. W. Coalson 2-WS1 galore even FR 23091
lot. close to Howard Bishop and
Exp.: mechanics month Income Good conditionand
_dayt 4-1 ITS evenings, Membership a Florida room Is availableto
Store trainee hi schl. grad. Metcalfe elementary. spread out In. Under $28000 $300 DOWN-YES: only $500 down location. Paved street The
Off. trainee hi schl. grad. swim club. Reasonable equi FUN price Is reasonable. You should
Infant's Clothing 4 so call today for more Infor. with conventional financing Centrll
SERVICE ty. Take oer payments. Call
Tree surgeon foreman, $2 hr. 372-4450. matlon. Consult Fordcye Assoclaies heat & AIR CONDITION investigate before you buy. Call

LEARN TO DRIVE attention Auto aalesman Exp. Inc. 374-1234. ING 3 large bedrooms. 2 baths, FR 23417.
: Short order THE
grill manInsurance SUN !
Sewing Machines $44 Month new CB home large extra I.rgeI"lng/ room t dining
to nervous or elderly. trainee $100 wk. lot. Low down payment. 300 S.E. .
area built in kitchen large S. W. Area !
Easy Way Driving SchOOL FR
Route salesman. Levy Co.
2-7002. 20th St. FR 24492. FORDYCEASSOCIATES Fla. room. foyer". oak strip OPEN HOUSE 2-6
Lie by Stat. of Fla
Office floors. double This beautiful B R. 2 bath mod
Equipment garage C h Ice
BY THE OWNER In Idylewllde, I 0
120 SB 1st Ave.
ern Home Centre! He a f-
SPECIAL NOTICDI Phone 876-8734 BR CCB house tile 1 bam, family INC. westside 3744117 for location.appt. to HURRY.sea. Immed Call NE 23rd Blvd. and sLarg 11v"r" Fireplace' lit
I room. Call 3728001 after
Movie Equipment late occupancy. Fla. room Lot 182xlS7elll
ATTENTION! 14-Sales Help Wanted S:30 P.M. Real Estate Exchangers 15th Street FR 2.1617.Acreage.

Nick's Shoe Repair & .Hat Shop i 3BR- CCB house on paved street. Multiple Listing Realtors NEAR UofF 3 bedroom T bath 372-1551
Nursery Furniture 409 W. Univ. Will close May 15th Built-in oven nice neighbor. Grace S. Fordyce. Broker CB on shady lot In excellent res
to Sept. Pkk-up all repair work. i REAL ESTATE SALESMANHugh hood. $150 down. 1621 SE 25th Dudley Goulden, Associate idential area $11,000; 1350 down

TRY DIADAX TABLETS (formerly _Ave. Phone FR 2-1901. Harvey Benton, Associate appx. $72 per mo. Incf. T .. I. California ranch modern offers 150 acres in N.W. areaS miles
Building Materials Dex-A-Dlet). New name. Edwards. Inc<< Gainesville's 924 W. Univ. TO-1234 Cell 374-OS17. toads of living at very reasonable from University .RolfIng and
same formula only 9$ cents. Cenova's largest builder has opening for HAZEL HEIGHTS monthly payments. Indoor partially wooded Road front-
Drug Store. 37 N. Main new III.amllExcellent earning J. W. RED BRICK We have several and outdoor living end dining age on two sides Realistically
Outboard Motors St. opportunity for above average See cur 4-bedroom end 3-bed- of these charming brick area with fenced In patio. 3- priced with excellent terms.
man. Mr. Dorman. sales. manager. room. 2-bam CCB hornet with KIRKPATRICKCOUNTRY homes in different price ranges bedrooms with feet upon cubic Call FR 2-3617.
"GET JUSTICE WITHJUSTISS' HUGH EDWARDS. INC. built-in electric stove and oven. with terms to suit. All have feet of closet space. 2 Luxur.
Central heat city:\ utilities. I oakstrlp floors. fireplace ious papered baths tiTan' lumInous ASSOCIATES
Sports Equipment Wired for television and telex nome near Gainesville; separ.ate
37MJJ1.SALESMAN dining rooms. CALL US ft* ceilings. glass shower en 3. Fred Guy Jayne Buttcrworfh
Aa Public Defender for the tth phone.' Large yards completely knmaculate condition pleasant further details en' these better closures. WOWI .-. what a CoL J. W. Davis H. J. WHtshira
Vacuum, Cleaners Judicial Circuit Court. The people Be an Independent sales agent In grassed Hazel Heights Is in surroundings. Yours with orange built homes.LETS kitchen. Easy to clean custom Multiple Listing
the city limits. Equipped with trees in rear yard with Vt acre -
want "rusttce. R. C. JUSTISS. an established local territory for formica cabinets. Bunt In GE
Gainesville lewyer. Is best a reputable nationwide automotive sewer lines cloae to bus stop. for $14,000 or Th acres for INSPECT this conveniently range oven and hoed Double
Fishing Equipment qualified. JUSTISS will GIVE hardware company. No low down payment, conventional 11000. or 121\ acres for located 3 bedroom 2 bath AIR. sink. Central heat available with FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
Ms talents and to defend loans. Located on North $22,500 The house has three I
energy Investment. High commissions. CONDITIONED home in N. W. or without air conditioning
west 39th .Ave.. West of 13th
the poor with no legal counsel. salesman bedrooms and one bath. 1 section. .
Prefer experienced Tastefully decorated Spacious corner lot. Many extras.
Washing Machines JUSTISS NEEDS votes and married. 25-45 with own car. phone St. Shown FR 2854.: by. appointment. Owners will carry mort living room with fireplace Separate I .
money to be elected The people For personal Interview write: aage.SPACIOUS Dining room. Excelle t For top quality workmanship

NEED Justiss. WILL YOU tell Box 403-M. In care of Gainesville FOR Sale or trade. New. 4 BR and lovely resIdence i financing I Only $21.000. Call SS4 per mo VA or FHA Includes call
Heating Equipment your friends. and send small Sun. home located in Westmoreland available for June occupancy 3744M17. everything. $500 down FHA 3726142GAINESVILLE
sum wIth nome and aodress to I Estates. On city sewers, paved Beautiful hardwood floors, pine Includes closing. $100 down VA
R. C. Justiss. 11 W. Univ. Ave 16 Work Wanted Female St 2 I Ig bath Rms.. /Ig. family I panelling, three large bedrooms REOFRANKS REALESTATEClaude Includes closing.

Musical Instruments And GET Justice with Justiss. Rm. It living Rm.. dining area. two tried baths,_ spacious I M. "Red" Franks Realtor UPHOLSTERY
_Paid Adv. Central heat, built-in kitchen In- entertaining area. Priced Myrtle Lasslter AssociateW. 151$ N.W. IJta St.
Job as practical nurse er com cluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards at S2OOO and already connected E. "811''" Harris Associate Hugh Edwards, Inc. II Free Estimates-PICK .p lad

Camping Equipment S laky Sftt.,.. CkiU Car panion. Have own car. Phone walk to schools close to to city sewers. 7 N. E. lit St. Phone 374117 Nortft Central Florida's Largest .eltvllY.
FR 41549.EXPERIENCED. U of F' medical center FHA AIR CONDITIONED for the summer Nttes Call 374-2927 Developer by far.
S22JSO. Down payment $1.700. weather that Is almost here. .
Plumbing EquipmentChildren's TINY TOT colored girt cesires Immediate occupancy. Drive by 1100 square feet of well arrange
day or regular work. General 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butter ed, freshly decorated living IN
PLAY SCHOOL:' house work. Call FR 2-7454. Brothers 372-9545 dally, 3744041night. art; two car enclosed garage THE

Playthings and such e convenient FMV
Vblt M and sea for youne!?. IS Schools & InstructionsMEN location for leu than CMOO.
24 SE Ith St. FR .7106. SALE or trade my equity for 00.
smaller house 1 acre 1$ blocks
Electrical Appliances PLANNED program awaits your from Court House. Large 2 story
pre-school youngster at, JACK AND WOMEN WANTEDTO J. W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor
house. 4 room apartment down
Cats 'Parakeets a. JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. TRAIN FOR stairs. :3 room apartment up Member Multiple Listing
Dogs Music programs. educational CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS stairs. Private entrance Phone
N. Main Phone FR 24404
film-strips. 7.45-5.15, Mon.-FrU FR U64.AVAILABLE. '
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-3900. ASSOCIATES
We. prepare Men and Women. MAY I. $ room, 2 Flays Mathlasen Irene Bunnell
CHILD or Infant care; private Ages 11-55. No experience neces bath furnished home at 109 NE A. W. Reece. Capt., USN. Ret.,
home Uttieweod area. $15 mo. sary. Grammar. school education 3rd St. Will sell en liberal SUNBOATS
or can pick up and deliver. usually sufficient. Permanent terms. will trade for duplex & LOW DOWN PAYMENTMAKE
Phone "1961.' lobs. No layoffs. Short hours. I pay cash difference or will rent OFFER en 3 bedroom 1 NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA

will sell it faster Child/ Car In my home. Fenced High pay. Advancement. Send to reliable tenant. Ph. or writeH. bath home convenient location
Nothing yard. Reasonable rates. Good name home address phone G. Bollinger Box 277, Starke. quiet neighborhood fireplace bi :
number and time home. Write '".281L living room. Large screen porch.
references. Phone 372-3713.
Marcel Co. Box 381-.... c/o Gainesville FHA Appraisal, 10750. & MOTORSWHO
WILL give love and care to Infants Sun. 3 bedroom CCB house. Central BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION
la my home. Phone FR Meat and air conditioning. Will
2-3111. MEN & women II to 55 to train for sell or trade for 55' house trail LrrTLEWOODWESTWOODMODERATELY WOULD LIKE THE 74th 24" GRILLS

..,, .. CIVIL SERVICE er. 2 bedroom FR 2-7552. PRICED comfortable HUNTER Fiberglass Flshipg 12" Plywood fshmg boats. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR

.,z.. '; :' KIDDIE KORT Examinations. For Information 3 8R- one bath. CCB home in N. room 3 bedroom screened 2 porch.bath FlorIda central Boat Introduced by FRANK $49 JO 11'"
send name address S Phone No. E. Central heat air conditioner PHILPOTT THE TACKLE BOX GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
.. the CMW FR 14WEmployment heat. Owner Is moving. See
than uCf'ntH Key Training Service. 112 W. storage room screened patio I buy. EASY TERMS CR CENTRAL The Hurt Of East GeinesvWe'Check 72S N. Main' 172-3537
St.. Jacksonville. this you CHARGE wtm atari
Adams landscaped FR 6-5119I.
FR 21791. i
Real Estate Exam $}5a an. FHA. no dn payment VA. I CHOICEONE FRANK PHILPOTTS
$4a mo. 4V* pet. Int. 3 8R, 1 ACRE: buUding lots lust outside SAVE $355 on IS ft. Lone Star List ef aassmcattena te choose
COURSE bath carport., petto tg. yd., City Limits Beautifully SPORT CENTER Fiberglass run-e-bout with Hurricane ;
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED ATTEND First lesson tree.HOWEUS quiet St.. near downtown and I wooded. Terms. Home of Hunter Fiberglass trailer end 1944 40 from
BUSINESS COLLEGE shopping center. S3S NE 12th St. I Fishing Boats.: elect starting Johnson t\.P.1

COLLEGE til W. Unhf. Ave FR 4-101 after S. : .., ..... .. ... .....,.. $
GAINESVILLE SUNWANTADS. BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS FR. 4-1507 372-370. -Where Quality Sells Itself'* BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER SUng Swimming Dftripg.
Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating $14.775 ue ON YOUR LOT. Open ALACH1j.tEALTY I
tsmoua Studio Girl SPEED WRITING House Sundays. 1 .. 4 p-m. Designed 20 N.W. l4tt Ave. Sot S. Main FR 2-4531 Fishing! Equipment. -
Cosmetics. Full or Pert Time. SHORTHAND S. engineered by U. S. Member Multiple Listing" I IefTL FR H01I or FR 4-493 FISHING DEAL
Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100 Aria Smith Realtor I
Phone 374-4334 after 4. 12 ft. plywood skiff earrentine Safety Items.Gaffing .
TYPING so. ft. 3 BR 2 bath. air concUbrick Gore Associate3S Men. Thru FrL 54 P-m. Sat 9-4 .
trailer 1944 S't.p. Johnson
DOUBLE ENTRY SYSTEM book.keeper. BOOKKEEPING 'veneer. 2 car garage. 1101 N.E. 1st St 374-244 Equipment.
Motor AH for $47*. Better check:
t 30 to 4 30. Salary depending
: Classes farming. Howetra NW 36m Dr. Alachua Homes
now Keystone
HOUSE FOR sale in on this.
en clarifications.371-5012 Phone after Business College, Tt W. Univ. Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 4- Heights. Fla. 3 BR.. 2 baths. 1 BAIRD'S MARINE CENTER Tennis Equipment.
374-254 .days, or Ave 4490.LEAVING. lot will. sacrifice. Appraise
.. ere 401 S. Main FR 24531 Equipment.
town must sU 3 sit, .t sis.000. will sea for $14.90.
.. COMPANION housekeeper to Uvetn 26 Farm Equipment t bath CU home, Fla. Rnv, CaN 374-114 Gainesville after S
and take care of semHnva- fenced yard, walking! distance ....... Sun Want Ads SWIMMING POOLSBE Where to FUh.

lid. Call 374-3611 er 37 -4400._ BOLEN Ride -MaliC Iracior publIc and parochial schools. for sale. air condmon-
NEED MONEY-Earn $2 pee hOur. who disc and plow. Good condition Swim cfuft membershIp.13.200' ed, 3 BR. 1 baltv 1g. living Rm. Pius many' many more.
FR 2-4477 Invested will take
CORT COSMETICS Price $175 SOl for will te wan carpeting
representing drapes CAREFREE
t-. '" opening tor ladies In ,CalnesvWa equity. FR 3-2044. I;. wooded lot. $49 down, take
.... ...,.,. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES .. Results
and Alachu County. For NEW USTING v* payments. 725 N. E. ,Jilt A. Get Enjoy e dean and healthy pool '
'view write Cert SOS SW 27th St.. FIKLEY $CHOO- block from. 374-114 after S ..m.' Master Pool Service Inc. ADVCRTISr L"f TEE
-_ Gainesville FUer cal 374- SPRINGTIME ** puppy time. no- 3 BR 2 bath central heating I I Supplies & Monthly cleaning
CALL.) 1131. lists Shepherd pus I Aflief33Shepherd and air conditioning fireplace' ROOF LEAKING service SERVICE DWECTOHT:
lean puppies. Can Fit kit. equipped 2200 sq ft. living I
MATURE WOMEN who must earn PEAKING'TtItrI FR 2-5343 4-0061 3-3171
/ ; livelihood. Pleasant area. 723 NW DOlt St. FR 2-<071. I! SUN
hours dally, AKC registered Dachshund PUPS.AH IIII I is M substitute for
profitable work. 4
# SAVE work and expenses
.. :. :. .:'\. j required In your neighborhood.Call .. shots. 4 weeks. Black or red. this Ideal NW location fenced quality service. Can
: .. Avon Manager. Mrs. Bums, mala a, fema'e.! 'Ph.- KIngSley It landscaped yard GAINESVILLE ROOFING MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the

376-4672 FR 2-0421. _Lake S332493.FOR ww carpets 3 5*. \ :372-094 FREE ESTIMATES

.: 1WANTED part time ., full tlmicashier. i SALE 4 puppies cross between home. Big kitchen....drl"'l I ALL WORK GUARANTEED SHINGLES Fun ntSuzsectioizPHONE372-
Apply at University IM I Chihuahua a> Manchester a. separate dining U YEAR BONDED
; ; ,U 2233 S- C. Hawthorne Rd.
'I Restaurant or ca* Mr. Gold all metes. also pet cage toors. By wner. $
: -. stela. S7W442 Ilka new. Ph. FR 1-1754. NW 19TH Lane. PN.FR. .


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i 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sol 44 Cottages for Rent 45 Furnished Aprs. 45 Furnished Apts. 45 Furnished Apts. r

I; i 1 I E. C. "CURLY"a
CLASSIFICATION INDEX 3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On HOME TRADEOPPORTUNITY 203 N.W. 9th Terrace one bedroom Efficiency apt., water furnished AIR-CONDITIONED apartment 1 1 BR. furnished Apt. Lg.
Acre lots. Go out NW 16th Avenue furnished cottage. Couple only $35 per mo. 3505 N.W. 17th St. bedroom and patio with cook. Rm. kitchen private entrance KUEHN, JR.
$58 a month. Phone FR 4-4188. Call Green Inc. FR Medical Center
to 43rd St. intersection turn McKinney 2- out. Near and & bath. Half block from Homes. Lots. Income. Business .
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE right approximately 1 mile FOR RENT week or month. 3 3617. Univ. Call FR 2.3+80 or 64360. pus. Available April 20th. Couple and Lake Property.

1 I* ....el aaSCard see sign on left. WILL trade several homes In Palm room cottage on Lake Lilly 1 and 2 bedroom furnished apart- 1 BR 1226V4 NW 8th St.. $45 per preferred. Ph. FR 4-7441 or Farms and Acreage.
.* TkasiieS fl Waited .. Dva T. D. ZETROUER BUILDERFR View Estates for homes in the Melrose Sleeps 4 adults. Plenty ments some air conditioned. mo. Call McKlnney-Green, Inc. FR 6-6112 after 4 p.m. &! "CURLY"" KUEHN. Jr.
lAM A teed Xacktaery TeeU 4-3848 10-11000 price range. Visit Sales of shade on dock, white sand Summer rates near Universityand FR J-3617. 638 N. MAIN ST.
4 r.rcBlU.4l ..rri ee U BmlMlar AUterUlaM Office Corner NW 3Hh Terraceand beach. $60 per week. UtUlties Medical Center. 91< S. W. FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544
Ild.rratkr HMseboU Geeia GLADY SMITH 16th Ave. or call FR 2-$45. Included. Phone CR 52631. 7th Ave. Phone FR 4-34X2 or FR
S Tnr Butler Bros. Builders.PERFECT 4-2444.
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8..cUl Xatteea
7 toriate Xlse. Far BaJa P. K. Yonge area. 4 bedrooms; 2 45 Furnished Apts. CLEAN and neat near campus i
S Ba'y Sltts GCln1Cat* 11 Tradta FesUaArttclea baths. Living room with fireplace. FOR FAMILY and shopping, one bedroonv prefer -
I Plaid T Wanted Florida room. Separate dining' WITH AN IN-LAW PRIVATE married tenants. CaD any WATCH FOR
F.l Ofl i newly painted close
nIap '1'. ieeAUTOMOTIVE e We room. Nice kitchen. This Is a family in. 3 rooms and bath. Hot and time. IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
19 Beat Marisen Eeatp. home with convenience to NEARLY new 3 bedroom. 2 bath cold water furnished. Off street Ralph FOSSEY Realtor

Camp.But. all schools. home has one bedroom separate parking. No pets. 15 S. W. 2nd 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 374-1359 Cooperative apartments to
72 Ottlee
Xa.iiaies from the others. Perfectfor "Selling Florida Since 1904-
X AlrpI..e 8aleeemUla Place. be built in Gainesville. For
TSMaakal aferehaatlseREAL Quality home on Newberry Road. In-law or teenager. Beautiful
T7 MakOe E.aes far .aJeM 2 ROOMS and Information call FR 4-2721
Bale Large lot with many trees and natural finish cabinets In kit 4 BR apt. Walking distance bath 1st floor. ex-
Tricks tor shrubs. 3 bedrooms. 2 tile bathS. chen. Excellent FHA terms. to Un I"., hospital and shopping. cellent location $40 a mo including -mss or write:

7s Track WastedM *Track R UtoMTr&n.r ESTATE FOR SALE TrMtn RiaJSU Is carpted and has a fireplace. closing. 2103 N. E.' 15th 3825. only. Call FR 4-8063. Gainesville, Flo.

Meterejeles 8 e.UrM 'S3 Lets far Bate Near the University. Good buy Ins Terr. 372-1541 2 BR. 10 x 50 Mobile home Very clean nicely furnished 1 bedroom ( University Park
34 Waterfreat
AmUBbO RepairsU rrepertUBMca / 3 bedroom. 2 bath home with Flor. HUGH EDWARDS. INC. private fence. 100 x TV lot apartment. Tile bath. $45.
A....*kilS far ftktM tar'Bate Ida room. Newly painted and dec 2020 NW 31st. PL FR 4-1180. 733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 44444. Apts.
Cart M Cottages Far Sal Priced at $17. 00. No children. $75 mo. MODERN EFFICIENCIES
.a. orated. Air
n Real Estate Your
Real Estate EsekaagelU Wanted SEE NOW 2 BR. furnished apartment. No conditioned Phone A. E. Harp Key to Good Living
EDUCATIONAL Call 372-533 to see any of these pets. 311 S. E. 8th St. SM month. FR 45574.NICELY .
18 Oat ef Tewa rrepertj homes or ask for our list of choicebuys Phone FR A HUGH EDWARDS HOME
JutncUeaU 4-8941.
II s riMacoma
40 Bulsesa Frepcrttet In all price ranges.GLADYS 607 NW 19th Ave.This furnished convenient
MM!.. Da t e>
41 ResldesUal laeeae I ft 2 BR, l blk from campus. downtown area. $75. Also garage
M Waal.Is.tra.tsenEMPLOYMENT 41 ?arts Acreage attractive 3 BR. 2 bath Oca.U air cond. optional $74 $101 per apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults
43 Catered Property Rentals" SMITH block home will appeal to the rno. Call McKinney Green, Inc:. only no pets. Inquire Lillian's Colonials from $93 per month Homes
family wanting something dif
oil Catered Property Sale 372-3417. Music Store.
Realtor ferent. Built In elec. kit. Fireplace Inc.For

II 17 Work Werk baited Wanted Female Male RENTALS Associates: Multiple Dan Sheldon Listing In LR. Nice family room. 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice iclean. CCB duplex. 1 bedroom spacIous 1 12 bath homes from $77 per mo. Sate very .attractive 3-
Ben Griffin
1 Cent. heat fenced yard. Pric- For married couples on cabinets and closets. Quiet
14 S*)** Wasted1J Carotin Noyes bedroom. 1-tafh home. 4417
Florence Bums ed at only 17500. Good terms. ly. Adults location. Call FR 2-9744.
no pets. Rent
1 Help-Mate or Feaaale> 44 CeUacea Tar Beat 1221 W. University 372-533 Call 374-7844. reasonable. Florida modern brick fronts from $95 E. University Ave.i walking
11 M U Help Waste U Fanai et.Apt.. 3669 NW 16th Ave.You GRAD. or upper div. engr. student distance to Lake Forest
Dn.a 4. Cafanlaked A,... will love this Brand EFFICIENCY 112 SE 7th St. $75 wanted to share 2 BR a-c per month Schools. Price $12. 00. $SCO
11 Y..* Hstp Waie4 47 Heasea far Beat Fan. PARRISHPRESENTS New 3 BR simply 2.bath on e half per mo. CaU McKlnney-Gree n* duplex at 125 NE 8th Ave. down and S7T.50 per month.
48 Beat ea far Beat-17a1... acre lot. Yard sprigged and Inc. FR 2-3417. $50 mo. Marvin Moss 4-2345 or Screened porch homes from $85 Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr.
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4. Beesu far Beat landscaped. Cent. heat & air- HOME TO YOURSELVES Univ. 2984. Day FR 4-7790. nights FR
2$ Farm Kfmtpmcmt M Betel ....1 conditioned. HW floors family AIR COOLED modern 45' trailer UNEXPECTEDLY per month 4-5015. Office comer N. Main

27 Peel Remake 11 XI... Beatal room, double carport, Elec. Kit. 2 BR Ig. refrigerator, plus S x AVAILABLE and 23rd Blvd.NEW .
2* Ueste; .." Ueet CIA Wasted '1'. Beat chen. Going for only S2X500. ir cabana. No pets. Inquire 1$ Calif. modems from $84
Choice efficiency Apt. for :2 per mo. --- -- -
Laadseaflar T.s ..II M Beardera WaaUdS3 Good financing. SW 2nd PI. peo
M P.,. sappBea Office Beak 8,aee CHARMING CONTEMPORARYFour 2 BR turn ple. Across from the Univ. 321
316 NE 44th StreetOnly upstairs apt. Bath kitchen S.W. 13th St.
11 MutedFINANCIAL 1&_Btstaesa'Restate bedroom 2 bath home on L.R. ft porch. Near Univ. HOMES
large lot In Gwynn Oaks. Large $300 down and $64 per month S45 per mo. 411 NW 15th St. FIVE room furnished apt. clean NO MONEY DOWN VA
SERVICE room will buy this very neat 3 BR 1 Call FR 24571.COMFORTABLE. t, comfortable. water turn. $75
M Bcslsesa 0*,ert aJUee a Special StrrUce carpet and .I dick fireplace. bath home on paved street. HW per mo. Adults only no pets. Pay Only $100 Closing
(7 MMM .. teas 23 Beaae Is ,reTeaaeata separate dining room family floors. Fenced yard. A real buy and private 1 BR Can be seen at 225 SW 2nd St., WALTER
U Mrtf**.. 24 Raffle TT Berviae room-large screened patio at $10,000. working Responsible adults. students or Phone 374-4037. FHA LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT
pets or chil
Is nice for family living
U Xeser Waste U App""e. Faraltar which STUBBS
entertainment. Built-in kit dren. $48 per mo. Phone 372- ,
--.. chen. Call for an appointment to I UNIVERSITY 9131. EYES RIGHT! IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY INC.

r see this lovely home. 1 BEDROOM garage Apt. be-
35 Houses for Sele J5'' HYustt for Sale _I hind Sidney Lanier school. 2 tlks. See real dream living .In Shadow
FOR A GROWING FAMILY REALTY from Gainesville shopping cen Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. .

Ideal 4 bedroom. 2 bath home I ter. Married couple only. Call D. Oliver. Bid,. 1321 N.W. 16th AVE.
WEST VILLA ESTATES 1115 N. Main St Ph. 372-4351 Hugh Edwards Inc.
Mason Manor on FR 2.1910.LARGE
NE secfloe tor b Ph. FR J-OSU
sale by owner, 2
2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR. 2 tiled letestreett and walking distance I W. M. Munroe Realtor ,
BR panelled Fla. Rm. Ig. lot West en NW anh Ave. past
bath walMfrwall carpeting central and Junior High Associates: 3 room apartment. Private PHONE 376-5394
to Elementary
Includes heating dishwasher.built In Located kitchen enlarge X 6th air Terr.conditioners Call tor FHA.appt. 1515 372-t42f.NE School. Large living room low S. E., Mclaughlin Frank Roby entrance. and bath. Phone FR 44442. the. See Glen sign Springs e. laft.L .Intenectieft. N.E. 16th'Ave. & 15th St. 372.1551
ely kitchen overlooking a large Roy McCann T. C. Douglas. Jr.

drive. Orlg.wooded cost lot 120.000 with, balance circle YOUNGAMERICA fenced In back and yard.entertainment.Ideal for Swimming Pool I LARGE upper Apt. Close to center "We Trade Houses"
play area at town. Reasonable good
tMMS. Equity $400, payments Central heat and air condltionin Nice NE section near school sold condition. $100 per mo. L. J. Mo-
IncL taxes and Ins.. S143 per Shows by. appointmentonly. fashion family home. All "Urge ratio 2505 N.W. 6th St. FR 2-
mo. Phone 3731172.$42.M I rooms 4 BR 2 baths kitchen 4957. 1bf. Th itcthtt: ?
per month 2 BR frame.I pantries dining im living rm.. qou,
1 BR. furnished apt.. water furnished. -
READY FOR study sleeping porches. screened
Nice yard dead-end street 2222
HOMESPRESENTS 4141 NW 12th Ter, $40
You be In this lovely 3 3 ante
can porches fireplaces.
SE 10th Ave. FR 2-4W2. .
per mo. CaD 374-2441 er 374-2930 WHAT'SBACK
bedroom, 2 bath home locatedIn fenced and landscaped yard. S2VSCO. .
FORMAL living room separate lovely Holly Forest. Living' Mortgage $12,000. Phone ask for Mr. Haynes. ,a 'a b Y

dining rm. built-in. kitchen room with wall te wall carpet 37J-37M. FURNISHED Apartment for rent 'r'a' ,
with pantry carpeted Fla. rm. NEW BRICK and old brick fireplace. Family with living Rm. bedroom tile i x '

and hall. 3 BR 2 full tiled baths room and lovely built-in kitchen. 38 Real Estate Wanted bath .air located .In quiet neighborhood .In MODELSOPEN Central heat and air conditionIng. Apt. FR 24569.EAST. r
SW section. Call 372-2371. Large wooded lot and fenc- @

4 Bedroom 3 full baths In Ubby 10 a.m. Til Dark ed In back yard with lovely WANT TO BUY SIDE of the .
swimming pool and shuffleboard .
Heights This home has over !/ FEATURES: !
air' court. :2 or 3 bedroom home with 9 GARDEN'APARTMENTS
300 sq. ft. of living space
FireplacesScreened A
dmany family room and 2 baths. Kitchen 2
conditioned. dishwasher a n
porches NEAR THE UNIVERSITY. Three must be equipped. Central
other extras. you
Custom kitchen cabinets brick home. heat preferred. Must be GROWINGDEMAND
of check this bedroom. 2 bath priced
plenty living area
one. Will consider trade. For In- Oversized bathrooms Large living room with fireplace. right with reasonable down pay"mint. $57 per month vp :yj : hZ T@ r : j i

formation call THE JAMES CO. Plus features many other custom separate dining room plus a Write to Box 34S-A Gainesville's Finest
OF GAINESVILLE INC. Builder separate study away,from family Gainesville Sun. ?

of Klncsbury Homes. Phone VA & FHA activity. Large wooded lot. Immediate WOULD tike to assume mortgageon Furnished or unfurnished .
372-2527. nights 472-7401. possession. 3 or 4 BR house In Finley Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart __ I
ment. 309 NE tth St. Phone 316-
3 Bedrooms. IV* bath built In kit. OPENING SOON UniversityAcres area. Write P. O. Box 13872, 960.$. _
Univ. Stat. Gainesville. for
well shaded lot. MinImum
chen on a An lots to be one acre-
TWO bedroom furnished
down payment. FHA low apt.
monthly payments. This home Walking distance to elementaryi and have beautiful trees. Call I 39 Out .of Town Property near Univ. & Alachua General
has strip hardwood floors. For Jr. High Schools. Shopping A for fun Information. HospitaL Ph. FR 6-55., Galnes- :
Information call THE JAMES VII lIe or write R. T. Stroud P. 0. l0iM BUTLERLocation

CO. OF GAINESVILLE. INC. Churches.YOUNG 3 ACRES OF land :S bedroom .ox 345.' St. Augustine. ..
Builders of KIngsbury Homes. M.M.PARRISH house, other buildings 3 miles ,:"'
2 large rooms 1st floor. private .
Phone 3722527. Nights 8727401.FOR north of Sterke on Rt. 301. Ph. :
'M-5 34. bath adults 708 E. Univ. Ave. BROS.
SALE CCB house. 3 bedroom. AMERICA !& <<:.. u
bath kitchen living Rm.. dining S45 efficiency private bath & entrance ..
Rm. For price call owner 372- 40 Business Properties Also furnished room Ita.mto btmVf.
5573. HOMESNW with light hot S cold water. .In Onlt a O HOMES?
AND ASSOCIATES. INC. best part of city. $35. 321 N.E. \fflL't aq
2404 SE 13th St. 3 BR CCB. Range. Member Multiple ListingH. INCOME SPECIAL: 19 apt. units 3rd St. ThL"mt
patio. US per mo. S3SO down. 34th &: 7th Avenue Wayne Hill Helen Graham beautiful condition and location. uJaiu&r a tttUittlaL.andhfuduood. 1iu1d.. ofpi. u
$10.400 balance. Ph. 372-3941 or Phone 372-7070 Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish A good living above payments
3721715. If NE First St. Tel 372.5375.SERVICES after reasonable down payt. tOoni '
ASKI ARCH CAMPBELL, Norwood ) ciwoflt 100 howa hauL 4
REALTOR. Phone 374-5707 ANY

TIME." Hope ...tauti nUtthrbud: tdfit, hminq lU uouwcwtt and i

42 Farms & Acreage felltoinT& :
iiEAtMt ifa
"H" Inc. : .llwqfafitl! QualityWhen
19 acre farm with all equipment.
Half mile paved road frontage. We Trade Homesor HOCS&. Atojit in ttis. Ihhtsmt with zaau vA
..- e. It Comes To

Good farms and acreage listings. PropertyThe f and ..." A a1cthwt9.Open .
Home And Business
Call Ben Griffin, Associate LOCATION

GLADYS SMITH, Realtor following are ready for Daily Hugh Edwards Inc. Phone Cr QUALITYWe

Bulldozing Plumbing 1221 W. University 372-5393 occupancy.
I 9 a.m.-o .r't. 37Z-1551
I p.m.
FORDYCEACREAGE 3707 N.W. 21st PI. N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. Have Only

SMALL bulldozer loader dump I SEWER INSTALLED 4-BR 2 bath 1100 down.
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trucks. 'fill dirt. lime rock. TapaolL NEW fc used fixtures complete n- $107 mo. THE CREAM
Phone 372-744. plumbing service "BIG" JIM

HUGULEY.M5tf.RemodtHnfj Gainesville Plumb- 969 acres at $ 148 acres 1115 N.W.40th Dr.
Ing, FH
BULLDOZERS ft Dragline, Back ef permanent pastOver and 3 BR I bath $359 ... 1130 Court Manor
toe wheel tractors motor water, available, truly beautiful per mo. igialand F7
Able. grade?. Free estimates. W. G. land. Small parcel available
Srokef4t4aeq (Buck) Johnson, FR 42tf. S4000.00. Approximately under 20acres. 1115 N.E. 5th St. "CM tba ewixn oltib community

Heavy duty equipment digging NEED 'A NEW Florida room carport 3 BR 2 bath, $350 dn. $113 V '
"smta clearing dragline, bulldozer. Old Exceptional acreage perfect for per mo.
373-513 reliable firm. Phone Melrose patio screened-in porch cutting Into small tracts only a
etc.? Call now and get tt done ) /,
4750401 for the summer months. Call 395.00 Call acre. Over consult 100 acres 1216 N.!. 17th Are. k
or 3 BR 1 bath $350 dn. $89 ff.J
37MW after S PM. for free \
estimates.: .....

wanted: Carpenter desires BUILDING. remodeling painting. INC 1442 NE 16th PI.

work. Repairs remodel In.. block. and Good cement prices. work.Phone Good 44t- 914 W. Univ. '374-1234 3 BR \Vi bath $COO down. PALM VIEW
Ph. 2-4102. work
Tt ACRE wooded tracts west of ESTATES
ConcreteCONCRETE Gainesville. $345 down total 1701 N.W. 38th Dr. NW 39th Terr. &
Upholstery price $1120. Drive west en New- 3 BR 2 bath. '$350 dn. $87 s 7b
berry Road turn right on SR per mo. NW 16th Ave.
Air Conditioning I No 241 and wetcti for sign on
f1n ahtn Walks UPHOLSTER furniture
drives, patios slabs and ahutne reasonable prices.your Call ally. ,ttve right or call anytime for 4527 & 4617 SE 1st PL451Sfr460SSE2ndPt. $16,000 to $20,950

board etc, expertly done. Cittm Experienced.; FR -HM.. map fobs. mailed.' w

"ART BALL" Air conditioning- tM. Can 37I-38M. a nyttm SO ACRES Southwest and close to 3 BR, 1 bath $500 dn. $ay
Hot Air-Hot water-.nna. and
I II S win'9AlterationlSEAMSTRESS town $225 an acre. per me.
refrigeration. PH. 372-1485. J5 Cosmetics '
Years Experience. Ralph Realtor FERNWOOD
FOSSEY 303 SE 38th St. I
I I do sewing of all 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 374-1359 MANOR
POSITIONS open for ladies m 304 Sr 314 SE 39th St.

Appliance Repair & I Gainesville For details ft call surrounding or write to areas.Mrs. C.kinds Asbell... Dressmaking.3436 N.W. 17th Mrs.,Terrace W. I "Selling Florida Since 1906" I 3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn. $U I NW 39th St. &
per maThe
Air Conditioning I Johnnie Turner NafL DIst. Director 3720455.ALTERATIONS. I ACREAGE 13th PI.
; to Vlvane Woolard: Cosmetics on women's 308 acres. 200 under cultivation.
,. phone 374-1488 or 424 N.. clothing "else buttonholes fenced and cross fenced 90 acres r $12,250 to $16,000WESTMORLANQ
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP Main St. belts. Si dressmaking.- Call pasture. 80 corn planted 3 acres following are under construction
tobacco allotment baL In pert.pasture
First In air conditioning and Appliance 372-attl. and will be ready
water. N.W. of Gainesville
occupancy soon.
equipment, tractor. coed
SPRING CLEANING dean gar Mach.
Snlal bpeIn financing good.road.
"IS.'l11tf and storaoa rooms. FIREEXTINGUISHER MARY REALTOR 3224 NW 29th Aw.
Carry eff accumuiefed 'lunar. co. MOELLER I ... S balk, $759 dn. IW2 ESTATES
Afro reoafrAppraisal eool 14IM S7 / Sales end Servtcs CAIL-SewtHO. aAACHINE 8C*. "m w. 8jBar ttll FR 44471EAUTtPW per me,
All types Fire ExtJng tshers Vice CO. ail W. Unhwrairy the Addition No. 2-
end building site for
Snric Pick v. deflvery' aarvtce ,Ave. S74-1C7S. We repair aft family that eotslde 3235 NW '29th 'Are, The MonticelloNow NW 39th Dr. &
C. K. Thomas Ph. S7489t9Gainesville. Mau.Wof1r Puny ejaarenteqd,
the Units. S acres.
Pie. 3 BR 2 bath, $700 di. Stl NW 8th Ave.
large pines good soil. Convenient per, me.nOI .
FRED B. ARNOLD Tires Alignment location. Call J. W. Klrfcpatrick
$20,000 to $30,000All
REAL ESTATe REALTOR APPRAISAL Mortgag. BrokerFHA 1 Brak. Service Agency. FR 2-5104.31 N. Main. & 3311 Open For Your InspectionDon't

SERVICE 18 ACRE tract high and dry. all NW 30th Are.
wooded 10 miles West of town.
1211 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 end conventional at lowest VACATION SPECIALON $308 per acre with easy terms. 4 BR 2 bath, $450 dn $91 fail to see this popular model this
current rates. Terms to 25 Call R. F. Claeser per n>Qw
Auto Equipment years. Win gladlydiscuss at no famous nationally known Mohawk anytime. week. Over 1600 feet of enclosed City Services
obligation. Call tomorrow. tires . Save up to ERNEST TEW REALTY square
50% on new tires.. See our new 3236 fr 3224
J. W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor 2918 NW 13th St. FR 4-4441
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt i 31 N. Main St. ..... FR 2-8494 wrap around retread that gives NW 30th Ave. space with four bedrooms, two baths and a
exchanged Repair kits for more mileage & traction. Lettrw FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE 3 BR 2 bath $600 dn. $84 Monthly PaymentFrom
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized FRED B. ARNOLD Tire Co. 47? N. Main St. RURAL, PROPERTIES per mo. paneled Florida room gives your family plentyof
Walker Hydraulic Jack REALTOR $74.38
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE FHA AND CONVENTIONAL WINDOW CLEANING ROBERTS c. SMITH. REALTORU.S. room to grow! Spacious living room and
SERVICE .. SUPPLY 1314 8.Mm LOANS ., Hwy. 441 MIca..,. Fla. 3330 & 3320

em ts1M1 121f W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522: WINDOWS cleaned noon cleaned Ph. 464-3HO NW 30th AY*. separate dining room too. Inspect this big
3 BR. dn $, .so
1 bath $559
MORTGAGE MONEY and waxed houses washed Ifl 43 Celeree! Property with colonial styling
one now. Min.
Auto Gloss 51* per cent Interest. Term te yrs. experience. Free estimates. per mo. Down-FHA

25 years. Phone FR 2493.1.ADVERTISE. Nothing DownVA
BUY BUILD REFINANCE HOMES FOR SALE Monticello Located at N.E.. 31st Are. and 15th St.
AUTO GLASS Is our only busi t Si 3 Bedrooms. SE lath St. i
ness. Immediate Installation 825 NW 13 St/'W FR 2-2511 Cf THE SE Tth Ave. Some no down pay FOR RENT
free pickup 8. delivery. Add Dan Byrd ment. Some small down pay"Tent.
beauty 81 value to your car. GLADYS Smith SERVICE DIRECTORY Monthly payment SS7 to 124 SI 7th St. SALES OFFICE
MAULDINS AUTO GLASS CO. and conventional Realtor. FHA (45. Abet homes built on your 3 BR 1 Bam \

_323 N.W. Otis St. FR 4-2558. rates. Terms to 25 Low 1221 lot Call for ne TOMMY down peyirent.RIDGELt 1 Year Lease SIM per Mo. NW 39th Terr. & I
Sales Office Located
W. Univ. Ave. 37J.S39X .,f1dtor Plane FR 7.412! NW 16th Ave.

Sun Want Ads FORDYCE and Associates, Inc* Sun Want AdsGet ALL OUR HOMES ARE ,. At NE 23rd Blvd. Tel. FR 2-9545 \i

wilt Conventional low rates and and F.KA. loans 44 Certain for Relit OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- .a1.A... s and 11th Terrace or 1
long term Nights and
loans our specialty. Qukk courteouv BUILDERS and DEVELOPERS Phone 372-3471 1
Get Results confidential service. Call Results SMALL furnished trailer for rent YOU WILL JUST CALL. FR 6-9043 ,
374-1134 or come by 9J4 West suitable for werklna. couple.Moon's
University Avenue Grace For- Trailer Court. 2330 E. 4-5301 or FR *-79S ti
cyce. Realtor. Univ. Ave. Ph. 374-8U4. \

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45 Furnished. Apt*. r.7, '. 49 Reems for Rent _"6 Mise .For Sate. 72 Office Equipment 77 Mobile Homes for Sale i, S5 Automobiles for. Sale _

-- PRIVATE room withprivate bet. SPINET' PIano. used. Mahogany IS AUTOMOBILES for SALE 17 Automobiles Winter I FOR THE COBSCT
S7S MO. I entrance. Avail. .May Is?. If SINGER AUTO ZIG ZAG' finish with matching bench (35. TWO bedroom house trailer SWO. RAVBLER Classic. ,63.ilt.
Month to inonth rental or lease to Interested ull.! FR 2-3976. Drop-In cams. for decorative designs Gridley Music Co. FR 2-5353. one bedroom house trailer SKO. .. 31 DKW1000. $495. See aUAsnei. TIME --
ult tenant$ bedroom furnished buttonholes Can be rented. Phone 374234 power steering. R&H. Can be Icon Station 16tft 've. i. Waldo Wanted 150 thru "J4. Fords i inca. ,
' AD?. available at 12M NW 23rd 323 N.W. 14tt1 St. optional air sews on buttons, etc.monograms 7.00 ONE upright piano In good condition Monday to Friday 0 to 5. refinanced or take up payments. Itll. Phone FR 24995.TO Chevrolet fie S.E. don
conditioned. per price $150 or best otter Excellent cond. FR I FR 2-1 411
.''vll. PIFit 4-2472 We&e single turn. room. .* 2-5992. St. Al Herndon Service Station.
mo. Balance (48. ItS W. Unlv NOW settle Estate _
share house $40 e mo plus Call FR 2.1746. or come ty and SHOWING 62 Cldlllac -
nun Realty 1113 N. Main
St. I Utilities FR 4-153. _Ave. Phone 374-1075. see at 1318 SW 14th St. 1964 MOBILE HOMES. OWNER MUST SELL "tt Spit- COupe Deville. factory air while CciirtesyOfUaIveSti'cMi'n1it
3 ROOMS end bath apartment. 2 and 3 btorooms all Floor lire. Here .U your chance to get with black Int.rlor. best otter. ADVERTISE: IN THZ:
Nicely located. Call: FR 4-5821. ROOM FOR RENT thru summer. 11 cu. ft. upright frostless freeze For sale 2 used. Sunstrands (85 Plans. Terms tailored to meet a real sports car at M excellent CIII FR 64054 or 3J2..312'- SJn\1C1
Come convenient, to er In excellent condition. Ask. and S75. also 1 full keyboard your budget. Drive Price. Call FR : DIRECTORY::
by 422 N. E. Ut Street. campus use of o little and 3-3831. '
swimming pool. Reason able I ing (It*. Call 3744020. Burroughs $55. Adding machints.electric. save a lot at EXTRA clean 1954 Ford V-I. FttS2ts' N. Mala Sf. at 16t:11: A...
2 BR furnished apt.. living Call 374-4184. BRING I 0-inatic. 4 Dr.. mechwsicat -
ran. rent. Ph. FR 41714.A CONNOlLY'Mobile out ttte best In -
dining rm.., kitchen private 2 BR suites I living rm. suite Superior your car. FR 64353. '
with end table 81 coffee table Home Sales, Inc. Auto painting body
bath. Adult InI,. Marriedcrnleor2or3sober NICELY furnished room. con -- GAINESVILLEAUTO
male venlent to town& Unlv. Phone dinette set refrig. & 1 desk. 73 Musical Merchandise 2 Miles North on U. S. .441 wort. Fast dependable: servlcei iu DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS

students. No pets. StOl per FR 4-911. 1 SW 10th St. All In modem. Call FR 4-2155. Closed Phone 422-IU4 tree BODY NW WRIGHT'S tth St. FordS SALES
month. Apr. M through August. ROOM I for men close In, single 2 TON Fodder's window type air PIANO, Upright. r e e o ndttlon- FRf707.. 1007
H. Main
Can be seen at 414 NE 2nd St. or double showers refrigerator conditioner. guaranteed per. ed end reflnlshed. II2$. Music IT'S FOOLISH Falcon St. _
Ph.FR-212. Phone FR 2-mj. 414 NE 2nd fect. First (ICO gets It. Phone maJor graduating. Phone 374- VW. '*3 Micro-Bus deluxe: model Ph... FR 2.CS1I POOLE.GABLE
DUPLEX. 1 BR. near Univ. 321 Ave. 374-1204 or 374448 0451. to pay more. RECKLESS to radio beater curtains, Jow mUe9 Fairlane Northcentrol Florida'
NW 14th St. Avail May 1 or NICE GOING out of the building busi REPOSSESSED Janssen pay less.' GET THE REAL *: vary clean. Spilt front 119 SI first AT*.
sooner. SSI Call 374-S1M. large room private ea- ness. Will sell ell kinds and mahogany FACTS. Payments as low as sut. Price 12.". Melton Motors 0 TBirdS Largest
trance close-In. Ph. 374-0244 or sizes of doors for Vi price. Also spinet piano. Built-in music S57.2 per month with S300 down. 103 N. Main St.. FR 4-7571. Independent Dealer! 372-4343
3 NICELY furnished apt for rent. 377-885S. light. Take up payments. 110 LAKE
1-1 BR apt. 3-3 BR apts. S03 door locks and hinges. Various down payment. Gainesville Mu- GENEVA VOLKSWAGEN 140 clean. good Ford -
Large room with private bath electrical lights and fixtures. Mobile Homes Sales
NE 4th Avt. sic Center 1025 W. Univ. Ave. mechanical
and entrance and refrigerator. also lalousles and] awnings window Phone 372-5421. Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia. ,I _Call 372-552t between con ltlon.s t extras. Trucks
NICE downstairs apt." dos -n. Near Howard Johnson's Restate and various types of mould 140 AMERICAN 1 IRe p.m.
private entrance utU. turn. Nice rant. Phone FR 2-4.'W7. ing. FR 4-084 between 10 AM. Wx44. ; WM-4-deor. ON DISPLAY
76 Airplane Sales-Rerrtab front kitchen lot 2>. HIckory V-l. s. way Wymouth.! The UnaxPtCtN from
downstairs and 6 P.M.
corner room. 431 SE2nd HIlL Call 372-3155. lleater. stick shift. $900. See at FendMustang
PL FR 3-2512. 51.A.W."t.. T 1106 N.E. _
Rent GOOD used 9th Av. W call Fit *
refrigerator (48. call
I LOOK (290 1960 PACEMAKER 10x50 ft. 2 BR 1fOIt," .
2 Furnished apts. US .. (40.' Phone. FR 4424.MUST 141 PIPER P... 22 -"''lorh..... excellent condition. SXfOO. Lot -
37MIJ3 or 372-374. WANTED furnished house or appart- Colt. Super Custom Model 2250 2*. $ALE
SELL misc. household Shady Nook. Court. FR ,1"1 Volkswagen. Per. Monday Tuesday
men?. 2 bedroom 1 bath., Price total
goods. Moving out of state. Come aircraft time full Mind inst. 4-C02 tlon of equity and take UP pay.
46 Unfurnished 'pts. S7S t. US.. Call W. T. Grant Co. and rummage all day Sunday or panel VhFOmnl radio auxiliary ments. Phone FR *-n".
326.4273.WANTED FOR SALE 154 El Car Mobile
fuel tank. This 2 piece side by
after 4 P.M. weekdays. 418 NW side sports aircraft cruises 105 Home 31x a* with If x f cabna. *- CASH for your old ear H.. H MoV Dodge Motor HomePOOLEGABLE
unfurnished house outside fttI Ave. .
I BEDROOM. largo living room. of city limits. Call rn-pJu above' the heat a. traffic. Fur n I shed. Reasonable. or;, 1434 SE' 3rd Ave. o. DIsplay
kitchen equipped. Couple pre between NEW Gibson electric guitar and Can be financed 1-3 down. 24 Phone 374-545.
ferred. No children or pets 1:00 4-2177.AM. and 4:00 PJA. FR amplifier (15. Call after 4 p-m. months .er longer on bat. Call 14' MOHAWK,. with toP. two 35 f2 Good CHEVY condition Impale convertible In SHAW
Phone FR assume CrKEETER.
372-1570. FR 2-4351 CasselsinThe pay.menlo
-Air HP Evinrudes Electric starter of $71
TWO bedroom duplex. kit WANTED nice clean efficiency DON'T merely brighten your car. lnc. Municipal Alrpart.. ,Ken Seminole trailer. 875. 1714 N.E. 4-M77 between per a A.M.mOo&Call 4 P.M.FR Motors
apartment. Must be '
chen equipped. S8J per ..rnontSee /\. willing to pets8lue Lustre them...eliminate Murray. 4th Ten?.
at 41M NW 4fh St. accept. small dog. Write Box 404A. rapid reselling. Rent electric STUDENTS PILOTS AND Itsa Volkswagen ..,. $74 .
Gainesville Sun. Ford _
CLEAN ty furnished.Spacious, 1 BR. apt. Part PHYSICIAN'S family of 3 desires 3 Furniture shampooer Co. Gainesville 1. McDaniell Shop- AIRCRAFT NOTICE OWNERS 71 TRUCKS FOR SALE FLORIDA Fermall Cub Wagon..- .. $245 S84S 230 W. f'f'FI 1 119 SE First Ave. 372-4343
Highlands urea. t0 MOTOR a EQUIP.
FR row. bedroom 2 bath unfurnished ping Center. YOU Buy -we teach you to fly For Sale .1961 Chevrolet half- .502 S. Main St.Cleanest. .Co. 2.Q501
home. Phone FR J-SOJ1.: FREE. 15 Piper Trlpacer -- i. -U--- ---. -
HOOVER ton. Call FR 2-2940 after six. -
HP. 4
47 Haute place H. wing-130 .. fl-- --
Rent Fura.I
52 Boarders Wanted nupJu-Cruise elrcran. 1005 Hrs.
Upright. new $ii5, 'used $3 J5. Cars '
total time 100 hrs. s.m.oJu SO Tractor & Truck Rentals

BR. CCB furnished N. I.. ROOM Like new.GUARANTEED on engine. V.H.F. omml radio s> I,
sec- and
board for
tlon. Call FR 2-7154. girts. Pel- L.F. radio. Marker Beacon receiver RENT a ,truck one-way anywhereIn In The
vats bath .. :
washing ma full blind flight. Inst. the USA. from United Rent- No Down !
chine. 425,N.E. 1st Street. Phone 712 N. Main. FR 4-71U I Payment
NICE porch.2 BR bouse Antenna. large furnished.screened _FR4-40ej. BRAND NEW or 4-1117. panel can- a be clean bought beautiful on. the time aircraft Alls 425 NW 8th Ave. FR 4-2435. ,Country i

Near .
bus line
stores. Adults 54 payment plan with 14 down fr 3yra. 14 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS
preferred. 374-5105. Iwslaets
Reatab on baL (4o.oo.. Call FR SPECIAL
FOR RENT 3 BR.. 2 story frame makes button holes. appliques, 2-6351. Cassels-ln-The-Alr Inc, SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP-
Douse. Kitchen furnished some GARAGE space for rent other furniture. See at 120 2nd St. Call John Merrill Real- _Fla.. Ken Murray. with
tor. FR 211t4.AIR etc. Only sal or per me. up a tune-up at BROWN'S
N. W. ttn It. Call FR Convertible.
4-2W3. A-1 J
IU W. Unlv. Ave. 374-1075. Free 4 Place Aeronca 15 AC New paint SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed through
I BR house. Fla. Rnx. dining 4 CONDITIONED delivery within 35 miles. new fabric. new Interior. 45 hr. recapping 8 wheel alignment. out.
living" Rnx, carport utility' Rm NEARLY new modern office or THE best costs less. Heat water SMOH, II. n e rid. Mark 11. *0f> N. Main. FR' -
14 miles south en 441. Call 4443411. location PIFit at 3733 West Unlv. Ave. for less with Phllgas from Full- $315.00. Call FR 2-3543 after $945 Payment is due. (July 2, 9.64))

1113 4-2472. Wesaman Realty. gas Inc. Phone 374-532. 5-30 P.M. AUTOMOBILES for SALE
N. Main St
FOR RENT newly tumlsned, new PIANO Upright. reconditioned end 56 OLDSMOBILE These recOnditlonid. :Some hOi'
cars are 'completely point jabz
SMALL Warehouse Automotive ,
ly decorated well cared for home for rent. Call )
8125. Music
In N.E. section. 3 BR. den Fla. Dan Byrd 373-2511. graduating.refinished. Phone 372-0451.major) BUICK.195 M,e chi economical transportation. Holiday. 4-door, hardtop, some have brand new tires., Every 08. of them is ready to got
nJcally perfect. automatic
Rm. full utility Rrru. elect r Ic radio heater
OFFICE SPACE for rent. 424 N. US .30 cal. Ml carbine 77 Mobil Homes for Site Must sacrifice for best offer. Inquire
kitchen tile bath. beautiful In Main St. Phone 374-14U new condition white walls. 2-tone L... 1.., .
If paint
no mornings. FR ,
with 30 rds. of 4-0132.
laid parquet floors $130 per mo. answer 372-1123. hunting Clean. .
Call FR 4-5542 for appointment. ammo. $75. Call FR 2-8268. 'f ...,. r
SPECIAL THIS WEEK BUICK Spec. 42 Deluxe, V-8 ;
VrAD' .
SURPRISEI HURRYI 30 x 40 drive-In CCB warehouse with restroom MAALOX ............... 87 cents 10x50. Mobile home end 50x100 Convt. Black, red Interior, new $545 .
Above average desirable HOUSES location.door 523 parking W. excellent Lady Brooke> Shoe color ..$1.28. lot. (5,078. I mile S. of Paints 34 Ma. tires. Auto trans bucket ( NO. 7 ; .. t' ,.1k.PAYMENT
for rent or lease. Varied sizes- GDI'S PHARMACY Prairie. All State Mobile Homes. seats extras. Orange Bowl
furnished and unfurnished. Some Ph.Ave. In rear. $7J per m,a t"-. 111 Central Plaza (next to Wlnn FR 4-3052. show car.. 215. Call FR 2-75* I 59 PLYMOUTH '

air conditioning. FR 4-5114. 374-1204 or 374441. Dixie) For prescriptions .> cos after S.CADILLAC. Savoy. 2 door V-8, S9.A 60 FALCON, 2. fr. $48.00
MODERN Building. 4,000 S*. Ft. metics. I. D. L Drugstore.
FURNISHED house for rent near FEDERAL SEDAN 157 DtVllle. straight stick. Real "' .
office QUALITY HOMES good
Univ. Have been renting to four space. Just completed. ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna Loaded with everything. $550. 1804 condition. 1S7-A 59 RAMBLER,, 4.dr! $46.50
boys. Phone FR 6-7U5 Gainesville MARY MOELLER Double stack complete. Nothing N.W. 38th Terrace. Phone 372-0481. U -
Realtor. lOlt W. Univ. Ave. FR else to buy $15. Brants. 4(20 NW 13th St. 441 South ,82-A 59 MERCURY$53.75:
or write R. T. Stroud. P. O. 6-4471. Gainesville 372-5113 I CHEVROLET 54. S50; '54 BuIck $595 .
S13 N.W. Avenue.
Box 345. St. Augustine.I Hours 8 to 8. .Sunday 11 to 7 $150; '58 Ford hardtop only 138-A S9 RAMBLER '
I living mv. dining rm.. (100 BUILDING to Rent or Lease. SEEING IS BELIEVINGFOR _Service Is e must with us. 825; '55 Cadillac sedan. now 59 Wagon ';' $53.75
per mo. 104 NW 10th St. Prefer Call 475-5811. rebuilt washing machines only 200. See these cars 'and CHEVROLET "
55 10' mobile 36.B
home excellent S9 OPEL -2.dr.
dishwashers refrigerators air many mote late model clean i $31.00
male students. McKinney Green. buy. TV antenna air conditioner Imp la, 4-door. hardtop, ,. ,
Inc. FR 2.3417.ZBEOROOM. 56 BusIness conditioners. end for appliance covered patio. See or call. cars at 0 t G Motor Co. .2001 red and 202-A j S9 BORGWARD I'
Opportunities repairs call Dan at FR 6-0267. NW 13th St. FR 4-7515. white red interior 2-dr. .' .$24.()06.A'
CCB furnishedhouse. I 1. 2720 SW Archer. Rd. FR Radio '
.1 HANDYMAN SHOP 4-24X8. CORVAIR Monza '43. equipped heater power
pets 203. Wall N. to W. wall dUo St.carpet Call fit67U. no A GOOD grocery store. Low over First In appliance rep.Irs.DOWLING'S with radio heater, white sIdewall steering, power brakes. .58 FORD, 4-dr. $34.00
need. If you have small down 40MODELS tires. 1,000 actual miles. Power cryde white '
payment and good collateral or UPHOLSTERY Assume payments small equi walls. 51.A 57 IMPERIAL. Loaded, nice. $46.50
Chairs low as 88. No Like
2 BR 732 NW 23rd Blvd. tit credit see me quick. I've got to money new.
per ty. Will consider elder car for
mo. Call McKlnney Green. Inc. sell now Ph. FR 4-7231. After down*estimates low es $5 per month.. equity. Call owner at. 372-8441.' 33.C 57 PLYMOUTH, 2dr.. $31.00
Free and delivery
pickup :
7 p.m.. and all $1195
FR 23417.2BEOROOM. day Sun. Call ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE ext. 33 8-5 weekdays.
FR 2-G6A1. service. All work: guaran FROM LOWEST 134.8 57 ,FORD.Waaon $24.00
I bath. Near UnI- teed. Phone 374-7781. SMALL PRICES" DODGE LANCER. 141 mod-770 4 .
versity and J. J. Flnley School. 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY on W. DOWN PAYMENT. Dr. s-stlck, new tires 3 ,000 mL 55 FORD, 150.B 57 FORD. 4dr. -
Phone FR 2-1517 Sundays. Week Unlv. Ave. for lease. OpportunIty NOW you can enjoy cooking with TRAILER MARTHwy. $85. Mr. Baldwin 374-4404. Vt ton pick $14.00
d.yS.111'. mi N. W. 4th for the right man to get In gas. Gas range used. Installed up. New tog, 1.Sn.s '
Ave. the bowling alley business with FREE with our LP gas. $45 17. Phone 328-lOfl Falcon 143 2-door standard new tires. 57 'STIIflRAIR. Waqon 24.00
a small amount of capltaL Call complete. Propane LP Gas OPEN WEEKDAYS Excelleit condition.. Ass u m tt.1
SW Archer Road. Phone FR.- payments. Call FR 2-3542 to 5. U-17' 55 CHEV 2dr. Nice.
41 House for Rent Unfum. M FR,.. 4-2441 or. FR 4-230. Ask: for I 5110., UNTIL 9 p.m. $245 $31.00
Heynei.5S .
SUNDAYS I TO 6 I fORD. 15 Falrltne 4 dr. 4 cyl.r .
USED Chain Saws $50 up. New EAST PALATKA t. h, automatic transmission U Lots of Other Models for Less !
FOR RENT unfurnished 2 BR > Monty Wantee4 4 hp saws S8J5. We repair FLORIDAOnly good tires. S37S CIsPhon.. Raulerson Money,
house (48 per me. unfurnished ell chain taws fc lawn mowers. > left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES 372-4344. U
2 BR duplex apt WO per mo. Chain rentals. McCulloch,
saw SAVE
to SUM
Call FR 47444. MONEY NEEDED FORD station wagon. 157 WWS Motors
Wisconsin and Brlggs Stratton BANK FINANCING aura trans., Thunderblrd engine.
We have many attractive rentals ON I 1st MORTGAGE dealer. FlorIda Saw Co. FR NEW. ir wIde mobIle homes Excellent condition. Ph. 3728869. Ridgway Motor (0.
-Call us S to It per cent Common Inter Town & Country Trailer Sales 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD
MARY MOELLER REALTOR est. not 1 exceed appraisal of 70 43411.CLOSE OUT SALEOn 3SM S.W. Archer Rd. FR 22290.WYATT .

tot, W. UnIt FR 4-4471 per cert. For details cell Wallpaper. flc e Roll VOLKSVVAGEH 372-5285

Available within two weeks three HARPER PAINT CO. Homo of A-1 Used Cars'CARSTRUCKS.JHFS' 1132 South Main St. FR 2-8433
er four bedrooms two baths. 376-0213 II S.W. Tth St. 372-4144

1125.00 per month unfurnished ._...

kirkpatrick near schools Agency lease required.FR 2-404.Call 61 Wanted to Buy REMINGTON Inch barrel full 12 ge choke 30 Trailer Sales I --__ -- __- _-_,___u- _-t----__'___ ___-__ _. _. _
kit. shells and case. Like new -
31 N. Main St. condition. $75. 3T2-82&8. HomeofPacemaker .....;:;. J!' _- '
10* N.W. 35th Street. 3 BR.. 2 WANTED: water cooler. must be Mobile Homes
bath. 2-car carport avail now. priced reasonable and In oood HOTPOINT chest type deep freeze Shasta and Airstream MILLER-
Near Schools et 305 working condition. Call 372-U41 er In excellent condition. 8100. Travel Trailers
key N.W.
35th St. FR M4M after 4:38 er oxt. 3$ M weekdays.WE 3rd Phone St.372-0115 or see at 1111 NE Ocala'a Dealer First- since Mobile 14S1MJ Home BROWN e.t_. HAWES POWER S MOTOR CO. '\

Sundays. BUY and sell all kinds of furniture 1030 E. Uhlr.FR 0UU8
I IF SOMEONE In your family II Silver Springs Blvd..
NEW 1 BR duplex apt.. kitchen clothes. radios stoves TV.refrigerators.etc. Call ''hard of hearing. encourage him to, Phone 42M35S 2-3582 SMITTY SAYS:
equipped. $40 per month on a Flit J-3M7 enjoy) the benefits of a hearing aid. Ocala Fla. -
years lease. Ph. 374-8372 days GAINESVILLE HEARINGAID .

35R 374-7327 home evenings.for rent. (100 per 64 Household Goods 420 N. Main St.CO. FR 4-005.. New Car Sales Have Been Terrific!

J month. Must lease for 4. mos. MAYTAG WHIRLPOOL 4 KEL XACTA camera. 35 mm. German.
1117 NE 3lst Ave. Phone 372- VINATORS. New automatic Telephone FR 2-3311. Mrs. Son-I Motors

.For___3243 rent.after US 4:30 montl2 P.M. bedroom .washers Refrigerators from from smtv.New S15SSS.. FREEZER ermlck. GOOD CONDITION.14foot. Berkley We're loaded with locally owned new car trade-ins AND we are still tearing _

house. S.E. 72nd St. 2 blocks W. New Freezers from S13 .'5. these We need
$70. Call 475-220. down and lot that's have to
renovating our why we move cars.
of Newnaifs Lake.. Reliable New Icemaker refrig. from S27*.'S- ,
party only. Available May 1st. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL SIMMONS Mattress, box springs
Phone FR 4-1S47 after 7 p.m. THE VARIETY STORE and frame S45. Nylon 44 automatic the room to work!
1 S.E. Ut Avenue 22 rifle with 4-X scope OP QUALITY CARSTOPCONDITIONED _
FR534&T.AG $50. White 25 gallon gas hot water
.. refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. heater $35. Phone FR 24037. TRY US THIS WEEK!
Ave. Phone FR 4-570* after 3:30 i APPLIANCES
P.M. for apPt. RED dinette set extra leaf extends
Tested and Guaranteed
to 36 x 40". chrome and
3 BR house for rent. Inquire at 42 Refrigerators from S3* up formica table. 4 plastic p a dded

4-5034.1340 SE House 24th located Ave. or at phone 1111 FR SE 17 9 Washers Ranges from from S S3>.* up up chairs.2-114. S25 complete. Phone FR If You don'tike' these low prices .

4th St. I Dryers from S4* up
2 Food-Freezers from Iff up MOBILE HOME COLEMAN AIR
FOR RENT S room house In Santa 2 Dishwashers from 149 up CONDITIONING SYSTEMS. AND SAVE SAVE -.SA VEt!
Fe. Fla. Call 442123 or 462- 1OTVSeOs from S35 up Phone "Dan" FR 40267A1
41* NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303
121 N. W. 25th Street close to; .

range Univ. 3 and bedroom.refrigerator.1 bath(110, USEDAPPLIANCESRANGES FROM S3S.. 70 Boats-Marina r.ui I 64 T-BIRD, Landau fully equipped .

MOo or can furnish air con d. Refrigerators from S4s. including air conditioning $4995
on lease at higher rate. FR 4645. TV from S3S.: 16 REGAL LAMER Cabin Cruiserand
-- 64 FORD 4dr. Galaxie 500 qutomotic R&H ,PS Air Cond. New! $3295
WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL trailer. Phone 1-548. ,
THE VARIETY STORE 64 CHEVROLET, Super Sports 4-speed

3 located BR. HOUSE.In Orange witht Heights.acres.If 1 7 S.E.FR 1st 4-344.Avenue 12 Bottom FT. v-bottom flberglassed.plywood Trailer.boat. trans. 2,500 actual miles. Bucket 64 FORD, 4dr. Galaxie 500, automatic, R&H, PS, like new .... .. ....$2995

Interested 55 H,' ". Motor. and Ski Equipment I

Fla. call 468-171. Waldo- CE 'electric J7S.stove bookcase$25 Croslev bed SIS.Refrlgeretor P.M.., or$250.00 anytime 374-508 weekends.after ':00 seats. radio heater. Save! . $3095 64 CHEVROLET, 2dr. hardtop, PS, PB, R&H, Automatic V-8 ...... ....$3395 I

3 in BR.stove.1 bath AvalL cent.May heat 1st. built-(120 I II bookcases matching S3 dresser ea. kitchen S2Q. metal table I 'r PLYWOOD bottom. fishing trailer. boat$75. Phone fiberglass 59 RENAULT, Dauphine. Extra extra f 63 CHEVROLET, 4dr. hardtop, PS, PB, RfrH, .Automatic, V-8 .... ......$2695
per me. on yearly lease. 304 I clean .
& chairs S3. kitchen cabinets S3. S-00 PJM. . . . $695
FR 4-827 after

4- SW ROOMS.37tll St.(125 FR per 4-4711.month near coffee Cell FR table 6-5381.and end ext tables 471 S30.. ALUMINUM: boat for 63 CHEVROLET: : SportCoupe;: extra I 63, PLYM, Fury, 4dr. hardtop. PS, R&H Air Cond.'cr am _puff ... S. $2895

'Gladys Univ. Stove Smith fc Realtor refrigerator 1221 turn.W. 65 Antiques sale. Call FR 2-7552. clean. Low mileage ... . u .$2695 63 BUICK, Riveria 2dr. hardtop,.PS, PB1 AC Pow. seoti and wind. .... $3995

Univ.' 372533. 214?. Inboard boat. Marine engine. I

3 BEDROOM I bath attached ANTIQUE roll top desk. for salt. Completely bottom. Like refinished new. Will trade fiberglass carsmaller 63 CORVETTE Sting Roy hardtop end 63 SAAB, 4-speed, radio, heater, just like new, SAVE ...... .......... .$1195 .

chen garage.appliances Air conditioner.optional (100 Kit Good working condition. Needs I. or Service boat.Station Can be In seen Cedar atRllyn'l soft tops . . . . .$3995
refinishing. SIM. Phone PR 4SM 63 RAMBLER 4-dr. American real and 'save. $1395
mo. 720 NW 20th Ave. FR 2. Key. Phone 2441. Priced for --- -- o good buy, come.. see .

1415.S0 quick sale. at tl.l5. 56 FORD, Fairlane 4-dr. sedan. Extra
63 VW Kombi station 7,000 miles. Just like new .. ........$1545 F
Mo. 3 BR. 1 bath carport 66 Misc. For Sale 10' x 27 aluminum factory made wagon, .. . .
patio. 1g. yard. quiet street. Call cabana. Must be moved by this clean . . . . .. $595

-_FR 4-181 after S p m. week. Will accept first reasonable 63 BUICK Special 4-dr. radio heater sharp! SAVE $1895
BEAUTIFUL colorful wagon, ..... ...... .
mounted I IMllfIi1 offer. Call FR 2-0119.. 55 FORD, Convertible, auto. trans..

49 Rooms For Rent Miami...Fla.4T Only. By S14S.Al The Pfieguer.Tao, radio heater. Good top . $595 '62 CHEV, 4dr. sedan, automatic, R&H, real sharp. Come see. .... $1595
72 Office fqupmintGAiNESVILLE'S
klo Box. SiN Hawthcrne Rd. : -

,ROOMS service fw linens men.and Weekly refrigerator maid RIFLE 270. mauser action, 61USTJN tiE iEY, Mark II '3000' 62 VW, Sunroof, real nice. Compare this cor and price anywhere .....$1395
chrome lined barrel glass largest volume office -
furnished. 372-1115 er 373-111 beded custom stocked 4 power supply dealer Chesnufs i roadster . . . . .$2095 I
414 NE 2nd Ave. scope extras. Trade for excel Office Equipment Co. Invites you i 62 VALIANT, 4dr. heater, 16,000 actual miles. Just broken in ,... . $1345

FOR businessman. Large bedroom-I. lent arched top Gibson guitar to come In end shop er call for

private bath Facilities for light Box 1074. Yankeetown Fla. tree delivery.: Cftesnufs Office I 62 IMPERIAL, 4dr. Crown hardtop, fully equipped incl. air .cond. ..$3595 _
Co. 104 W. Univ.Ave.
meals. 304 N.E. 7th Avenue. Equipment OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 P.M. I

.SINGLE FR 2-1708.or double: room In large- Automatic cams for NEW Zig fancy Zags.1964 stitches.drop buttonholes In In ORGAN Downtown SALEOf Gainesville.' 61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr.wagon, ((2)) PS, PB, R&H, Auto, AC, sharp cart $1295 _

cool rooming house. 2 blocks a p p liques monograms Christmas Left .,ers. AH 61
off.. campus. Kitchen living Rm. etc. ISO up. Easy terms. Sewing new organs. Savings up t* 30 63 PONTIAC 2dr. loaded 4-dr. sedan, V-8, automatic, -radio, heoter. Clean' .... $995
maid service. Call FR 22724. Machine Service Co. SIS W. Unlv. per cent. Earl's Piano Co. hardtop.

Room Men double er single.Separate Ave. Ph. 37e 1075. 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 i including factory air . .0: .$2995 61 SPRITE, convertible, real nice sports car. .Sec Cr ,Save .........,.. .. $945
from main house.

2434'FR ,*4714, N.W. 2nd Shown appoint Phone I 62 CHEVROLET, Impala 4dr. sedan. 60 DODGE, 4dr. hardtop, Auto, PS, R&H, Air Cond., Sharp .. '. ........ .$795 _

ment. I Haven't You Heard ? Air conditioned too! ---------$2295

102 NW 13th St. Men We men. -

d'rooms". week and month.apts. near FR 4-237 campUs.or !I 60 CHEVROLET, Impala 4-dr. sedan. SAVE $ $ SUPER SPECIALS 'SAVE $ $

FR 4-ioa2. I Cleanest in this _
one area > . .$1695 "

NICE Businessman Quiet bedroom or nice sober for rent.stu 1964 RAMBLERThe I 63 FIAT, i 1100-D 4-dr. sedan. Radio 59 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. hardtop, Fury, Auto, PS, R&&H, perfect car .... $845
dent. (35 per mo. 414 NE 2nd
St. FR 4-7212. heater . . . . .$1295 IMPERIAL 4dr. Crown air
CLEAN I hardtop, fully equipped including ...... $1095 _
corner room tor
man In private home. Outside I 58 FiAT, Spyder . . . $795 ,
Lowest-Priced American-Built 58 BUICK 4dr. sedan PS PB Auto radio heetet Air cond
entrance. Off. street parking car. ...... ..$595 _

SETTLED space. Summer woman.rates.Share FR Delivered at Ridgway Motor Co. for 61 FALCON (2 to choose from) 2.dr. 55 CHEVROLET, 2-dr. gutomotic, heater. drives real good ... .... . ..$195

home. Pine Forest. Private bath and 4-dr. Sharp! . . .$1295

weekdays.Reasonable. Appty 2017 Sun.NE ISth or after St. only: 54 CHEVROLET, 2dr. automatic, radio, heater, new tires .....,.. ............$295

ROOMS campus.for Close 1 laundry.block from res Test the Sunbeam "Imp" 58 CHEVROLET, Good transportation for you! See and Save .... . ....$195 _

taurants, kitchen. TV privileges.
$71 per month. FR '0747. I 16 Unique Sports Car features

ATTRACTIVE room. \ private I i
entrance. In quiet rm 's home. $1763PLUS Racing style engine 1

Kitchen privileges. Ideal for U of CHRYSLER .. . .... ....$1395 PLYMOUTH .. . .... . $745
F Student FR 2-7U3.
._ O 40 Miles per gallon of gasoline
3 BLOCKS from. campus loa vmv New Yorker 4..,. hardtop, foully ..I,,.*'. 2..,. lube,. Awtematlc raeie> locate, real sharp.Hawes .
mefrates. Cheaper by the tri TAX. TAG & TITLE
mester. For appointment to see I 5,000 mile service interval

call 372-04(1. Top Trade-in Allowance

NICE! Easiest Possible Terms. S1495

SEPARATt (SARASedroom Powers Motor Co.

*-* home for lease tooted -

.' to Kitchen nice "equipped, let neWkbor.beod. with. Your New Rambler is P.O.E.

PrisMalrt refrlgeretor. stove
end fiat top not water ?aefor. _
Tiled kitchen filed baths end Waiting 'for You at: U SEE: J. L Smith, Frank Gray, Wilbur 'SJigh Mac McCullough. _
shower. Floor furnace wills' Berkley Motors
tnermostat. Wlntfew air conditioned. .-
Beautiful screened In Plymouth-Vcliant-Chryiler-Imperiil-Simcj, Sales and Service

porch. Nice floors. Home com _
Pietely equipped wttt Venetian idgway!: Motors
"We will be undersold
"In the Auto Gam not or out-traded"
small blinds.families This Home er retired Is Ideal couple.for i Berkley ,the Nam* _

More tors and Interested ten'nts In than good amount neigh- 2201 N. Main FR 2-4373 312 N. Main St. FR 6-3400
S. Main St.
or rent. Call owner after .. 113"1 FR 2.8433 I

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20 Sun Tuesday, April 21, 1

I Fla. Courts, Judges an'd'the ElectionBy "MORE YOUR TAX PROGRESS ELECTDashwood DOLLAR"FOR ,

DOUGLAS STARR Other duties of the State Supreme -' cuit court year terms. They are elected Hicks

TALLAHASSEE (AP-As In (EDITOR'S NOTE: The accompanying stories are by the Court include review of As do Supreme Court justices, from throughout their circuits.
all states and in the United Associated Press Capital Bureau in Tallahassee on the var- death penalty cases and reviewof District Court of Appeal judges Under the law, each circuit has A BUSINESS MAN

States, Florida's government is ious primary campaigns, the offices and the men seeking them. validation of bond issues. serve six-year terms. They are one judge for every 50,000 popu- COUNTY COMMISSIONER
divided into three main branches They will be followed by other articles.) Other matters may go before elected from their districts. The ALACHUA COUNTY
: executive, legislative and the Supreme Court from the 1st District with four judges lation. The governor has author-
judicial.The district courts of appeal and covers the peninsula from Ocala ity to order census from time DISTRICT 3 AT LARGE

der their control. Chief Justice E. Harris Drew of from the circuit courts. south. And the 3rd District with to time to determine whether -Vote For Sound, Progressive Goyemment-
executive, or law-enforc The legislative, or law-making Palm Beach and former Chief five judges covers Dade and additional judges are necessary.
branch the One of the most duties
ing, comprises governor important -
of Talla-
branch the senators Justice B. K. Roberts Monroe counties.
and the State Cabinet and hassee for election.In of the Supreme Court is to
the boards and commissions un- and representatives of the State are up review writs of habeas corpus- Below the district courts of

Legislature staffs and committees.The and their.- office Richard addition Ervin, former of Tallahassee Atty. Gen., petitions from prisoners seeking appeal are the circuit courts. Add a Phone..Add' Lot to LivingWhy

RUPTUREEASERCM. freedom on grounds they were These are the courts with which
.C.'.m orr.(1T.rBr c Tnu.hfuaTkmi. .> judicial, or lawinterpreting by appointed Gov. Farris to the Bryant bench this, is year run- imprisoned without sufficientcause. the people are, most familiar,! let the, house run you? Why not take it easier with a kitchen

,- branch comprises the ning for the unexpired term of Habeas corpus has where civil and criminal cases extension phone. With phones in all the places you live most. .bed

,\ \. ,. Wl/I I courts and, the lawyers.judges, court officials the late Justice ,Glenn Terrell nothing to do with the guilt or are tried, either before a juryor room, workshop, Florida room. To add colorful, economical extension
innocence of the prisoner, but before a judge only.
:, oeraWe.tltl. Justice Terrell's term expires in
a'lht.r I.ftraL I In Florida, the highest courtis January 1967. only with whether the imprison- At present, Florida has 16 judicial phones, just call your Telephone Company Business Office.

114. $495 .:.-.. the Supreme Court. It is com- The major duty of the Su ment was legaL circuits, each with jurisdiction

assouu ....we......e......Ire4......... from posed of seven justices elected preme Court is to review the Because of the snowballing over from one to eight Southern'i.\ Bell
throughout state to
.1 a.dI.... ad.wa.......... Constitutionality of laws enactedby number of cases before the Supreme -counties. The judges-and each
...nt.....r MJaocaWe war..hc....zsp U-W Ml.DM .. staggered six-year terms. Re- the Legislature and enforcedby Court the 1957 circuit has several judgestravel y.4 ..rt..uai
.Ld .an.-. wy.t...r.-... tired justices serve on call.
-_e .w..d. pt M the governor. Its decisionsare ture created three from county to county, hold
eN .iM Yn e.rl. Legisla-j .
Staggering the terms gives final unless overturned by courts of appeal to ing court '?" \C"::
continuity.This the UJ5. Supreme Court. of the cases appealed Circuit judges, too, serve six-I' =
year, the seats held by
: :- ';'

SAVE WATCH FOR OUR __ ::::1 _'
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Governor's Seat
Winning .-

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Tough Task, Worth Prize :

I 5 '
By.DOUGLAS STARR Although the winner serves only U.S. senator, thereby extending ,,,, 1oI ,
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The I one term at a time, the victory his influence long after he is out "

35th man to run the state of I makes all of the efforts of office. He suspends state em-
Florida as governor will take the worth while. For one thing, the ployes and officials from their
PRICES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY oath of office at noon Jan. 5, 'winner goes down in history as jobs if they prove unworthy.He .
Rtt. a chief executive of one of the grants pardons; he proclaims
Relan Discount Prkt Wetk This 1965.Actually, .39 men have servedas states of the United States, For holidays; he countersigns
Wilson K-28 governor since Florida be- another, the winner has the rare all state warrants-checks p

GOLF BALLS ......J ox. 14.75 10.97 8.87 came a territory in 1821. Five privilege of holding the title i to pay the state's bills and salaries -

Spoiling or Wilson were territorial governors, in- "governor" forever. I. ; and he makes speeches
Jackson and represents the state at func-
GOLF CLUB SET cluding Gen. Andrew
During-his'term in office, the
(4 Irons, Putter, 2 who served only during 1821. tions.
Woods, Bog) _....__.. 75.00 > 49.97 38.87 became the 27th state governor draws $25,000 in sal- In addition, the governor is a <. -:
ary, lives in the governor'smansion
member of state boards
Mitchell 300 and
SPINNING REEL _.... 35.00 17.50 15.99 in 1845 and began and electing other offi-its (a copy of AndrewJackson's commissions because of his of-
own governor "Hermitage"), has a
SEAMLESS NYLONS fice. He is a an active memberof t -
(400 Needle) _3 pr.Helbrot 3.75 2.25 1.49 cials. of Florida limousine and chauffeur and 24 specific boards and com- Y
Becoming governor state airplane at his disposal missions. h Sf
WEN' WATCH is more difficult than winningany and may draw on an expense : '
17 JewelwCalender These are: The Budget Commission
To begin
................ 59.75 29.88 19.88 other state race. -account. the Armory Board, the
with, a candidate must be a citizen ; )
750 Power ZoomMICROSCOPE of the United States at least But,. he must work, too. Thegovernor's board of Conservation, the
KIT ...... 14.95 9.97 6.98 10 years and must have lived in daily tasks and responsibilities -Board of Commissioners for
BABY CLOTHES five are heavy and de- State Institutions, the Board of
HAMPER _...._....._ 5:98: 3.75 2.95 Florida After Qualifying at least the years.candidate manding. Frequently, he works Education, the Board of Trus-

Sunbeam Steam .r the state, making from early in the morning until tees of the Teacher Retirement
Dry IRON ............__ 17.97 12.97. 9.99 campaign must; stump speeches in every one long after dark. Fund, the Executive Board of
Stainless Steel the Department of Public Safety
Regal of the 67 counties and in mostof -
40-Cup PERCOLATOR. for months The governor must exercisethe the Trustees of the Internal
the municipalities
URN(5-Year Guarantee).... 41.95 28.97: 19.98 before the May primaries. The the supreme state; he executive must provide power the of Improvement Administration Fund, the the Direct Boardof .,
off must
Regal Ware (Duncan two men in the run leadership for the state's five Tax Commission, the Board of
Hines) 11 PC 3-Ply spend three win more the weeks nomination.So cam-. million citizens; and he must see Drainage Commissioners, the
STAINLESS paigning'to to it that all of the laws are en-
Housing Board, The Pardon
COOKWARE .___ 53.35 34.97 28.77 far in Florida the winnerof
Democratic Party nomination -forced. Board, the Pension Board, the
Purchasing Board, the
also has won the gover- The governor has the' author-
TILL 9:00 SATURDAYS TILL 5:00 Labor Business
USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE OR norship. So far, Republican op- ity to convene the Legislature Board Agents Licens- :
ing the Vocational Education
EASY position has been token. and has the responsibility to I -
But, with the additional millions keep the legislature informed of the Purchasing
of people in the state, Dem- the state of government. He the InterAmericanCenter t .
ocratic nominees are taking no must recommend measures to Authority, the Sheriff Exercise your

IMPERIAL DIVISIONi i chances. They plan to campaignall improve the government. He the Bureau Civil, the Defense Personnel Board, right as a citizen... be sure to register and vote this year
Council, the
the Novem-
the way down to controls finances by approvingor
The Furniture Manufacturers ber general election. vetoing specific items in appropriations -Outdoor the Revenue Recreation Commission.Commissionand
bills. And he approves -

0 r vetoes legislativeacts. -

SAMPLE HOUSE As. comniander-in-chief of the .

E'I..I National Guard, he appoints : .
commissioned officers and calls ; ., ,,>,' '. .. ", : '
South Main Street or S.W. 13th Street '

: Paid Advertising out county duty.-He the fills offices guard vacancies, including for in emergency state that and of : 1:d : ; r> ., :;: : :",:;'i t_ ; ;: :;'

r I. PROOF OF THE TRUTHBy I ',' ., ::._': '

Queen Names ., ,.,- I. ,
ACk .-: t .

definite and deliberate actions, my opponent, representative Son EdwardLONDON <._ J : .'_,/.,: ;:

Ralph Turlington, has proven that he is working on a bold and well (AP-Queen) Eliza- ;
planned design to become "Mr. Big" of Alachua County. beth II named her infant son t :
Prince Edward Richard i
This design developed in '1959 soon after Senator Bill Shands Antony
retired from public office leaving Louis. Buckingham Palace said .
Representative Turlington as the he would be known as Prince -
dominant personality of the Alachua County three man Legislative Edward.
: V Jz i l
Delegation.At ;: r'
Edward is the name of the

that time in 1959. election contests for seats on the Gainesville queen's uncle; the Duke of
City Commission were r resolved by'the successful candidate receiving Windsor. However, a palace '. ,

anywhere from 417'.votes to 650 votes. Indeed, some City Commissionerswere spokesman would not discuss
whether the baby had been
without:ohy"opposition. '
'. named for the former King Ed- -.(. -;
It was quite obvious, therefore, that public indifference and public ward VIILChina :,..i ii

apathy had created' ,situation that was ripe for the existing small ,j

Gainesville.minority to control-Ihe''public'ond- financial affairs of the City of Waiting

It is important to remember that there were approximately 33,000 Chinese said Monday Peking : # 1 :. -
living within, the limits of Gainesville
persons city at that time and would not take the initiative in
about 40,000 persons living outside the city limits. By annexing additional breaking diplomatic relationswith T WAY
territory surrounding Gainesville, the picture would be changed, the Soviet Union.
so that approximately 50,000 people or nearly 2/3 of the population of But Liao Cheng-chin, a mem-

Alachua County, ,would be living within the city limits of Gainesville, ber of the ruling Communist .: : .. TO MAKE MONEY : ...-"
while approximatey 23,000 people or nearly 1/3 of the population of I I Central Committee, said Red ',' l;;

Alachua County, would be living outside ,the city limits of Gainesville.IN China could not predict what ;, t'f : -
action Soviet Premier Khru- IS A :
CITY AFFAIRS this would produce huge additional revenue shchev would take. '; t ,'. h i
and place nearly 50,000 people under the control' of the Gainesville City r- -

Commission, a group of five men elected quietly by the existing small, '_. : CITIZENS \ -1 .
I fs-.1-1. >
well organized minority. -

IN COUNTY AFFAIRS, when County wide elections took place, the I :{ SAVINGS ACCOUNT* : J' ..
candidate of the small minority bloc would take advantage of the concentration ,
of 2/3 of the people in Gainesville as against J /3 of the I c -

people living out in the county. I, *Once you start it. it grows by itself ."

Forced concentration of the population by annexation was the I Jodges of vahw fifc* I 'J.' -* ; .(bank-guaranteed interest, of course)
heart of the plan. However, something went In 1959 the 01'". .. ..
wrong. people, tt> vaktt of owe car 3 .t., ; 1ytp.; li" :;" ,
becoming aroused and convinced that they were being used, voted down, I insurance Contact 1."
annexation. This made Representative Turlington take drastic action nte today

in order to carry out his plans for complete domination.He W 117 NX.

convinced Representative Fagan and Senator Cross to ram an- '16th Arc.r' .
nexation down the public throat by passing legislation in the 1961
session of the Legislature that: produced annexation without a vote of t PhoneFRanklin
the people. This, despite the fact that Senator Cross had-publicly stated
in print that he:would never annex without the consent of the people-

but the :DOMINANT, Ralph Turlington prevailed. 2-0444

(More Tomorrow)
Ralph Turlington'p


Candidate for Houseof sunr n

Representatives hill. ......,. taarsact c....,1 ..]
I b ;fns ..w... 110 East University Avc. Gainesville, Florida Member FDICGainesvle

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