Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
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System ID: UF00079931:00105
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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,, _. ONE: WEEK.DAILY AND SUNDAY" 88th Year; No. 252 GAINESVILLE I FLORIDA, SUNDAY, APRIL 26, .1964 ..'. .;i< ;..
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.. Toni Olsen, a University of Florida senior in Business i{=_j,'\:" .::.:' ;;; >' lf\f'; ..v:., '

Administration from Miami Shores begins still another ... .
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lap yesterday as his wife, Sheila, keeps count at the : "., #<<.;..'; ';,.4 fi.;;.4t: :

Holiday Inn-swimming pool where he is training for an S ;. < <:'<.<:. :+'.' ;''::'' .. .g:: :
attempt. at the 19-mile wide English Channel. The ;1f!! Ji!:v..'! .

same,'distance, in the pool is 1,700 laps. Olsen quit :... ,.> t4< :-: in Aid For:
,yesterday with a:severe headache-possibly. caused by ,.; .. 1Y:....pi\;... ;:/' ':
I sun or chlorine in the water-after swimming about + '. .
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WASHINGTON (AP) Pres- WASHINGTON (AP) The engagement of President Johnson's

ident Johnson said Saturday he daughter Lynda Bird, to Navy Lt. (j.g.) Bernard Rosenbach has
t X Ass, ( been broken by mutual agreement
14 will ask Congress to approve a
+.. billion-dollar aid program. for Mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter:, press secretary to Mrs. Lady Bird
{ I nine Appalachian states. Johnson, the First Lady, confirmed Saturday the engagement had
a been broken. She said Rosenbach, 23, was in Washington last week
The President also told a
\ end and Lynda Bird, 20, returned his ring at that time. 0
news conference that the United
r Rosenbach, stationed at Mayport Naval Station near Jackson-
States and the Soviet Union are
ville, Fla., said when asked about the broken engagement;
4 discussing several possible
q "
"Yes, that is true.
.. agreements which he said
( Mrs. Carpenter said religion was not a factor.It .
"might'lessen tensions and
was learned that friends had been expecting the engagementto

Johnson peace.said "we are hope.ful" Rosenbach end for several is a weeks.Roman Catholic, Lynda Bird an Episcopalian.The .
I Blasts Fired in Race about the outcome of Amer-
i I 'Judge ican Soviet discussions. And, engagement was first disclosed in June 1963 when her father,
then vice
; president, gave a party for her and remarked that she
without getting specific he reported
i was wearing a diamond ring given her by Rosenbach.
that he has
By JIM ,McGUIRK stressing the legal duties Involved good communications"with exchanged"a Rosenbach is assigned to the destroyer Ingram, based at May-
many port. Mrs. Carpenter said he returned there after last
Sun Staff Writer in the office and his own Soviet Premier Khru
The race for county judge McDonald Is Called background."The shchev. Saturday Rosenbach is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard W. Rosenbach of
took first prize for political savagery County Judge must give Johnson met with reporters in Comfort, Tex. His father
operates lumber business there.
at county rallies Friday Connellbecome his time and his life to the his oval office flanked at his a
by Comfort is about 50 miles from the Johnson ranch. The Ros-
and Saturday nights, as challen- office; this is a humanitariancourt. desk by former President HarryS.
enbach and Johnson families have known each other several
ger John L. Connell leveled a ." Truman, who dropped in for years.
Rosenbach and Lynda Bird have been going together since he
series of spec i f i c charges In another hot campaign bit lunch, and Texas author J.
bitterly at Mc' ently determined not to be attended the U.S. Naval Academy, where he was graduated in 1962.
angry .
against the incumbent. ter retorts were traded by the Frank Dobie, who is a weekend
Following County Judge H. H. Donald's treatment of them. drawn into a direct exchangewith opponents for state representative house guest. House.No wedding plans had ever been announced by the White

McDonald to the speaker's "He is rude, discourteous... his challenger. incumbent Ralph Turling Truman interjected comments
Rosenbach did not attend Lynda Bird's 20th here
stand last night, Connell said he does not have time to sit Standing flat-footed on the ton and challenger. Richard from time to time during the birthday party
truck bed podium, arms stiff March 18 but it was explained that he could not get leave. She still
the office holder was asking down and listen to the prob- Wilson. session and answered a coupleof
at his sides and fists clenched, has two years of schooling remaining to complete her college edu
for" sympathy vote. lems ,you bring before him, Turlington referred both questions at the end.

"He has begged for the office, Connell charged at Newberry.And McDonald of told some a 250 Newberry: "I have audience nights to .his record, awards in The conference broke up after

as he .has begged on two prior .- : "He has definitely collected been of all the which he has been selected as Johnson introduced his daughter
a judge peopleof
occasions," Connell charged. fees for work he has done the among the best representatives: Lynda Bird, 20, who stepped in cation.UF

"It-is past. the,time for symPaUiy" while a county judge. I don't "I have county.never lost more than in Florida\and his 14 years to pay President'suggested her respects to Truman.the Given Chunk

know if this is illegal or not" seven precincts in this co mty... experience in. the office. The _
.Connell. said McDonald /haS 'Con eU fold 'his Newberry au .L. I have not taken off all.the time "I have never:- run sway to neWsmen might want to questionher .

been ineffective for the. ,past dience. I could have taken off...'1 come hid under a bushel from the too but no questions' were

eight years. The challenger also cited his to Christian hard- issues," Turlington said. forthcoming.Later .
you as a in the day, the White Of FundsTAMPA
0 The state Surplus
Council's criticisms Friday record as a counselor and degrees working lawyer."I representative
confirmed thatLynda's
House a report
and Saturday nights included: in criminology as back- come before you tonightas charged that Wilson "representsthe
engagement to Navy
-Charges that in Gainesvilletwo ground for the job, which com- humble as I was 25 years liquor industry in this
county," and he pledged him- Lt (j.g.) Bernard Rosenbachhad (AP) The State ing committee and the executive
children taken before McDonald bines the work of when I first before
primary came
probate ago
self, if re-elected, "to investi- been broken by mutual Board of Control carved up a director to confer with road
for the crime.
same received and
juvenile judges. you.1
gate the whisky and liquor laws agreement melon of surplus construction board officials to see what can
different treatment Then he said he add
Judge McDonald concen- can now Johnson announced at the out- funds the universities be done
of this state" and the price among to assure that the projects
"depending" on who their par trated on his experience, record years .of experience to his sin-. structure of the liquor industry.On set that he will submit to Congress Saturday and laid plans for a will be carried forward instead
ents were. and qualifications both nights. cerity. :
defense against the threatenedloss
both on Monday legislative proposals of eliminated.A .
-An allegation in Gainesvillethat Once he preceded, once he followed In Gainesville, be followed nights, Turlington of in road
charged Wilson with to aid the 'Appalachian $1,006,000 con-
women had cried and men Connell, but was appar much > the same procedure, misrepre- struction request from Florida State
states Maryland, Virginia, money.
sentation and renewed a challenge for permission to purchase a 100
to meet 'and debate the Pennsylvania, West Virginia, The surplus construction mon- acre site on the Gulf of Mexico

Dealers issues on a single platform. Kentucky, Tennessee, Atebama, ey came from the $25 million near Turkey Point as the site for

1 Liquor Wilson, a Gainesville attorney, Georgia and North Carolina. university system improvementrevenue oceanographic laboratorywas

continued his charge that The President, who visited bond issue of 1962. It first tabled because no

r .r Turlington is neglecting the (See JOHNSON on Page 2)) was accumulated from the sinking representative of the universitywas

wishes of the people and grasp fund reserve and earningson present to discuss it.
OK Constitution ing for authority.In funds which were invested at Dr. Gordon Blackwell arrived

Newberry, Wilson said, Classes the time of the issue because before
"Each of you know what this they were not needed immedi adjournment, however,

By HAROLD HUMMEL public by John Hintermister, man did to the people of Gaines ately. and the matter was brought up

: : ( Son Staff Writer temporary president of the ville" and both nights backed Begin UF The surplus totaled $1,801,252. again.He .
group and operator of the Holi- said the site, which wouldbe
dealers his charges with three specific A total of $530,626 had previously -
Twenty one liquor day Inn restaurant and bar. actions: been allocated to the Univer- purchased from Port St. Joe
met Thursday to On
constitution for the "Alachua approvea Other officers listed are -Turlington's working for MondayClasses sity of South Florida, where the (See UF on Page 2))

County Licensed Beverage As. George J. Montgomery and W. legislative annexation of an board held today's special meet.

sociation, Inc." E. Whitlock, vice presidents; area to Gainesville after a ref begin at the University ing.The Daylight Saving
Fred erendum showed the voters did of Florida tomorrow for divided
A. Leis, secretary; and remaining $970,626 was
The will foster high
group enrolled in the
H. Paul Mallard, treasurer. n't want thisTurlington's; Spring this way: Time
in the
standards of operation Trimester of the 1964 academic
liquor business.It Raul Reyes and Sam Darbyare submitting a University of Florida, $300,000,
listed on the original boardof plan of reapportionment to the year. about half for alternates on con YORK (AP) Many
says it won't fix prices.: the result of whichis The opening of the new term
directors along with the five legislature, struction and the remainder for parts of the nation will go on
All mention of price fixing officers. "that the people of Alachua follows four days of registrationby equipment for the new student Daylight Saving Time Sunday.
JARRARD something that started a contro- have less representative returning students and orien-
one ;
All those listed as officers will union building. Clocks move ahead an hour.
versy boiling when it was -Turlington's working t o tation for freshmen and trans
serve until formal incorporationis Florida A. and M., $190,000 forconstruction The change begins officially
strongly advocated at the have submitted to the voters fers enrolled in the first seven-
accomplished.Then a It ern ate sand at 2 a.m. when the time be-
group's original meeting-is absent the proposal that the superin- week term of the trimes t e r .equipment for the student union comes 3 a jn. Daylight Time will
from the constitution. permanent officers will- tendent of schools be appointedand which'ends June 17, or the full building. be observed in 21 states on a

Instead, a six-point program be elected. not elected; period which closes Aug.7. Florida Atlantic, $250,000 for statewide basis and will continue -

aimed at maintaining ethics and After the details of organization ":Iis record shows he's tryingto The second seven- week termof construction alternates and in most places until Oct. 25.

protecting the industry Is laid are accomplished, Hinter- take away from the people the Spring Trimester begins equipment for the learning resources The new time will mean
Head Quits out. mister said, work will bgeinon and centralize authority in bun- June 17 and ends August 7. building. changes in some long-haul train

The program: formulating program of self," Wilson said. Registration in that period is Florida State $230,626 for and bus schedules. However,

TALLAHASSEE (APWen- _". .mutual cooperation in action by the association. (See RALLY on Page '2)) set for June 12 to 16. equipment for the new physicsand some commuter trains in Daylight

dell Jarrard resigned Saturdayas eliminating existing abuses, if psychology buildings. Saving areas will operateon

chairman and director of the any, and unethical practices Each university got what it requested the regular schedule. _', ,

Florida Development Commission if any. Candidates Aren't Bound ;:,; except Florida State. It

,"a post he held since Janu- _". .Maintenance of high' asked for $546,425, but this was
ary*1961Junder'Gov. Farris Bry- standards of business and social trimmed down prior to Satur- I

ant.: conduct in the advertise- day's meeting at a conference of SOLD ; !

Although he did not announcehis ment, sale and distribution of By Ban on New ChargesThe university and board officials.Dr. PIANO :z ,
Jarrard expectedto alcoholic beverages. J. Broward Culpepper, executive
plans was '0' director of the board,
"To foster and maintain -
business. LIKE
return to private is effective June sentiment (for) .conducting' TALLAHASSEE (AP-The final tices section of the state election court ruled that the:stat told members that it faces loss : A'i.'
The resignation
is banker. business in conformity with all 18 days of a political cam- code-forbids publication or ute was designed to promotefair of the $1,006,000 allocated by the SONG
1. a State Road Board for the universities
Only recently, outgoing House proper trade practices and all paign are out of bounds for can circulation of charges againstany play and fair competition in for road construction

Mallory Horne of Leon laws now or hereafter in force. didates to level new charges candidate in the final 18 politics and to prevent secret fiscal Mr. Stevens sold his piano to
the current
Speaker during year.
- "To support and encourage against opponents, except in days before an election. It was distribution of handbills attack. the first person who catted. 3
board had submitted
said the
(See JARRARD on Page 2)) all persons engaged in the in- ing candidates.The He
: campaign speeches and few designed to give the candidatetime its construction requests to day ad-wcs out of town the

dustry in an effective program people pay attention to the law to answer. idea was to give the at- the road board on schedule but first two days so 'doesn't know
mutually advantageous to in- No distinction made be- tacked candidate time to respond L'
nowadays.In was the Road Department had not how mcny calls he octuoHy ha<
L- 1T dustry in members'and, the public fact, a 1934 State Supreme tween true and false charges. o to the charge before the placed any of them under contract Had two cds in one in Misc.

WHERETO general Court case took the bite out of And the maximum penalty for election. Recently he said, he received (66) and one in Musical Mdse.
"Improvement of business 1913 law by ruling that it did conviction is six months in Jail In 1913 Florida was sparsely word from the depart (73).
L conditions. .
'. FIND IT And "to not apply to campaign speechesand The deadline for this year's settled its 700.000 population ment that any planned construction 'r
r promote goodwill to newspaper and radio May 5 first primary was April spread across an 860-mile long that was not under contract PIANO. Upright reconditioned and

Area . . . 1C lic and and public confidence officials of the in pub-the coverage of such speeches.With 17. Only one candidate took'the state. Communications were by April 1 would be eliminated.In Mtlng.rtfinbtod.Pftont 112!'.374451.Music maJor grad-..

0 Comics, . . 4C and ethical modern communications statute at face value and largely word of mouth and can previous years, Culpepper .

1 e;. Market . . 05 integrity the members of this practicesof association procedures and laws, the intentof warned an opponent in the governor's didates had to make personal said it bad been the Road Economical Sun Want Ads" ,

e dories . . 4C in carrying on the businessof the law is satisfied overnight. race that be planned to appearances in every area to Board's policy to carry over to work hard at such low costs.
Obituaries, . 2A seek the vote. work that it
retailing alcoholic beverages Candidates under attack can be attack him on stated issues during the next year any Place your family want.sd on
0,_Opinion Page . 4A under the license laws of the. advised immediately and can the final 18 days. In its unanimous decision-in couldn't place under contract in the 6 to 12 day low rate plant cF "
r f :e: Sports . ;: 01-05 state of Florida and the federal respond swiftly.As.wri&ea According: to fee State Su-j favor of a candidate and a newspaper the year.for which it was allo Call us .
.....:Women's . 1 B-7Bx be efiUy I publisher convicted.under. cated. ..; : .-" Pif.f'lI: ; :'
government" ,:the 51 -_year,told preme Court._ ....a"'
The constitution was made law part of a corrupt prao need not have bettered.t 1 l (See, ATTACKS oa Page 2)) The board directed the build! 1Y. .

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1 : ,, Weather RoundupZONES More-About I Twister Hits Upper Class

NEA EliminatesRacial 4+* r 1 =

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Barriers u D ,? Page 1the . ., .
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O PANACEA (AP-A small but ,!along the beach and shook them. W..L. Schley, civil.defense. .di
MIAMI BEACH (AP) The the last two days by means of s-\-NNNesvaw \IUGI I statute-the court ruled in vicious tornado ripped into a set- They acted like their necks were rector of Wakulla thatfotaTHanu.County, toured.

Florida Education Association voting machines at the FEA EC-Partly. cloudy through part: tlement of fancy summer homes broken. Then they dropped the area and said .

/-a huge statewide organization convention which ended Satur- Sunday with scattered mainly "The statute was never intended Saturday near Panacea, damaging dead." age.probably XceededJ$2Q0QQ0.
that includes most public day. Figures on the voting were ,showers. High Sunday mid ,.LE 1 ,a \11* at least eight houses, destroying The Taylors were not menaced The,,highway patrol,.reported
schofll teachers and administrators ,not announced. There was no 80s. Variable mostly south- .. to operate as a restraint upon a big warehouse and but said the water that even..paI1.of .U1 highway,,.

:: owered its racial barriers floor discussion. t tI westerly winds 5 to 15 miles \ \ the making of ordinary campaign ,crushing two house trailers. was ,,so choppy they they could makeno U.Si 98,. was torn up _
....... ..
Saturday.. I Taking office as president of hour locally a little high- addresses by the candidates I their 35- -
per One of the trailers, with a headway even with More AJ)outJohiithi.,
Its eliminated the word the association comprising er. in showers.A _.. \ \'''' or others, whether by ra I woman and her 6. year-old horsepower motor running wide .--
"while" from membership requirements I teachers, was Dr. Joe Hall of Partly cloudy and warm through IH' din or otherwise, nor was it daughter inside, was flipped up- *
Sunday night with Isolated thunder- \ I
by the required two- Miami and Robert E. Jones of hewers.! Highest Sunday (0 to ts. framed to apply to the reproduction side down and crushed. They open.Mrs.
thirtU majority.The !Ocala was named president- Southeast and south winds I to II knots ,. Audrey Kirkland and her -
of the contents of bruised but not hurt
through Sunday. .public were
escaped serious ,, .
group also approved a elect to take office next year. D Considerable cloudiness through campaign speeches in the daughter, Tina, n'
: Sunday with some scattered showers. badly.A in their house trailer. Tina -
resolution urging that the U.s. Hall is Dade (
County greater
Cooler Sunday with high 71 to SO around newspapers as a matter of ordi
Constituion be amended to per- Miami 1) superintendent o f Jacksonville and low eighties around interest." two-room bungalow com- was scratched and Mrs. =-_: .. h. : .
Daytona Beach. Southwesterly winds 10 nary news
mit-devotions in classrooms.The schools. to 15 miles per hour becoming mostly ti Saa pletely disappeared. A pile driv-, Kirkland bruised. Neither was three of those status'Frld3yo
\ ballot on the admissionof The FEA's 1965 conventionwill northeasterly EH Partly Sunday.cloudy through Sun. "The gist of the statute is to and a truck were blown 200 hospitalized. dramatize' fcisr "war-on poverty

Negroes was conducted overLITTLE be held in Jacksonville. High day with Sunday few widely 19 to scattered to Mostly showers.southwesterly GAINESVILLE WEATHER be found in its requirement of. yards. Damage to the general con- ," gave-figures which.indicated -

"fiT:; wind' .S to- 15 miles per hour.-Surxlr" -Municipal Airport readings reasonable notice of attacks and The warehouse collapsed. All tractor's warehouse was estimated the. aid. program :eventually!:
with scattered' Partly mostly cloudy afternoon through shov- aturday: High 90 at 3 p.m., charges designed to be put' that was left standing was one at $120,000 by owner Fen- would cost$1 bffliotf or mote;

: : LIGHT en.winds High 5 to Sunday 15 miles U per to hour.G 13.. Variable low 67 at 6 a.m. No rain. afloat for public circulation in a end of the 250-fooMong building, ton Jones. The heavy equipment including .$840 million1.for 2,150

I 'I with J widely- Partly scattered cloudy mainly through afternoon Sunday .. TEMPERATURES High ELS Low WH PReclp..' form not likely to be readily and it was twisted. inside was also damaged. miles of highways. ...-.
showers. High Sunday 14 to M. Mostly. Jacksonville M N .01' found out by the attacked can- The tornado whipped out of a Rhett Smith and his wife said On other major- topics, The. 4 I
southerly winds S to 15 miles per hour.K Miami M 73 .13
THE SUBJECTVoter's Partly cloudy through Sunday Tampa 165 didate." dark[ rain and hail storm at a they went through the Okeechobee President said? :
I with High a Sunday few widely 15.! Southeast scattered'showers.and south Atlanta New Orleans *72 S 61 62 33 M deserted sand pit called "hun- hurricane of 1928 and "this _"There is still serious! risk
discovered the candidates A small light, mounted on the winds 5 to 15 miles per hour. Boston 44 40 The public forum of the gry Point" near Panacea, whichis was ten times as bad as that of efforts to upset the 'Geneva

midriffs but not their ]microphone, was .slanted down- Sunset today .ALMANAC.............. 763 p.m. Washington New York i 61' 7*' speaker's platform and the ordi- about 40 miles south of Tallahassee ever was." accords" providing for-8 neu-.
faces at the Newberry and ward so the candidates could Sunrise tomorrow................ 5:51 7:10 '.m. Chicago Kansas City i\74\ fj .01 nary medium of the press as a in the crook of the Flori- Smith said that when the tornddo tralist-headed government InLaos. i
Gainesville county political rallies read their notes. Unfortunately, Moonrise Full Moon today.today ........... 12:50 p.m.p.m. Denver 51"A7** means of editorial expression is da panhandle. hit, it blew in all the win- "We are' still disturbed
and last the beam illuminated each The constellation of Orion, which Los Angeles' sufficiently public to make the about the situation he said t
Friday night.In can- was prominent throughout the win- Seattle 53 "This cloud came down and dows and doors, and filled the
identical scenes. each can didate only at that single point ter Ing. Is It now will setting reappear earlier in the each morning even. Sunday _CEDAR High KEY at 1:43 TIDES'.m. and service of notice of charges and seemed to pick up things right houe with trash. -Gen. Paul Harkins, -commander f
didate would mount a flat-bed where his suit-coat buttoned. sky In August. 1:17 p.m.. low at 1:31 .. m.- and attacks made by such ordinary away," said Robert and Guy The settlement, where houses of U.S. forces In South
truck used as a speaking platform For the few lean speakers MARINE EAST GULF FORECAST: Variable mostly southwesterly I:03 p.m.MondlY High at 2:19 'm. and media of publication wholly .un, Taylor, who watched the torna- range from $10,000 to $ OOOO is Viet Nam,will retire Aug. and
and practically disappear the unspoken argument winds S to 15 knots through 1:3 'pjn. Low at 7.54 ajn. and 1.33 be replaced by his deputy, Lt.
appeared Sunday. Partly cloudy. p.m. necessary. do from a 22-foot boat. a favorite vacation spot for Tallahassee -
I because of the lack of lighting. to be, "If elected, I has "It picked up the sea gulls residents. Gen. William C. Westmoreland.
"The reference
All the audeince. .could discern won't. need much.. no .
was the candidate's voice, For the rest, the only argu- I to oral statements or.. ..camI

\. booming over the public ad. ment was, "I've already got @bttuartt paign speeches whether by THE
I <
dress system. i mine." voice alone or by radio. Nor

does the prohibition extend to CIVIC ACTION ASSOCIATIONWILL

. the mere publication of the
Jackson Lake fact in htat ad-
MOLLIE GRIFFIN brother, Gideon a newspaper an
City; four grandchildren, 15 dress has been made by an- PRESENT AS A PUBLIC SERVICEHARRY
More About
,. CHIEFLANDMrs.. Mollie great grandchildren and two other'attacking.a candidate and
Griffin,43, died here Saturday great greatgrandchildren.Funeral purporting to give the details of
I after five-week illness. She wasa services will be the attack so publicly made." '

i t RallyFrom native and lifelong resident of from the Jones Chapel, Starke EVANS.
In a special concurring opin-
the Chiefland area. today at 2 p.m., with Rev. Robert .
t Page 1 She was a member of the Haisten and Rev. E. L. Grif- ion, Justice Rivers Buford saidif
I Baptist Church.. the statute were construed
fis[ officiating.
In the struggle for superin- attorney James Wershow, Survivors include her hus- Burial will be in Crosby Lake strictly "it denies to every per- AND

tendent of public instruction, stressed the harmonious relationship band, James, of Chiefland, two Cemetery at Starke. son and, the press the right to

pitting W. S. (Tiny) Talbot he felt was necessaryto sons, Roy and Charles, both of Active pallbearers will be circulate truthful, adverse infor- '

against Harry Evans, the can- the county's prosperity. It Chiefland, two brothers, Gray members of the.church. DeWitt mation as well as false adverse

didates compared their records consists of agriculture, industry Sims, of Orlando, and Harry C. Jones of Starke is in charge. Information about any candidi- W. S. TALBOT
and interest in the county's edu- and the University of Florida, he. Sims, of Chiefland, three sisters, date."

cational needs. I.said exists, and between asked whether rivalry Mrs. R. L. Hogan, of Orlando, More About "The effect would be to keep

need Evans for stressed vocational'the instructionand 'county's' .,..Arthur W.. Thompson groups. also Mrs Petersburg Sally and Esterbrook Mrs. Luci of 11 St.e Jarrard election from the matters public and and from things the CANDIDATES FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION -

charged Talbot with telling aiming for Brandon's District Purvis, of St Petersburg. whch they have aright to know IN A PUBLIC FORUM AND DEBATE ON : .r
One seat, said, his three termsas
Funeral services will be
different stories to different sec-
and also have the right to dis-
tions of the county.He city commissioner of High Monday at 2:30 p.m. at the From Page 1 themselves "Vocational Education and the Role of the Supt." ..
cuss among
Springs and 17 years of business Chiefland Baptist Church, with

also came out strongly experience were qualities which Rev. LeRoy Curry officiating. County urged that the Develop- "This statute is but another at-

against fee system education, would help him bring a Burial will be in the Long Pond ment Commission and the Hotel tempt of the, undue invoking of MONDAY-8:00 P.M. '
arguing that "when we get intoa sound, business basis to the Cemetery. Knauff Funeral and Restaurant Commission be the police power" of the state in
fee harken back to "
system, we commission. Home is in charge. reorganized and their duties that it abridges the right of free County Commission Room 4th Floor Court House "
the old English system where : ,
Dashwood Hicks while also
combined and reassigned in an speech and freedom of the -
high vent fees were charged from to pre promising a sound, progressiveand LILLAH DONOVAN effort to save money and avoid press. Everyone Invited. There Will Be A Question Period _
people gettingan
poor businesslike county govern- STARKE -Mrs. L ill a h M. :duplication.In (Pd.. Adv.)
education. ment, promised he "would do Donovan, 88, died at her residence his letter of resignation, to Justice Buford wrote that tfhe
[ statute did not define..what con- ,
Evans said Talbot was not aU in my power to reduce tax- Friday morning, follow- Bryant, Jarrard said the long- '
Ing an extended illness. stituted a charge or at-
being straight-forward with the es.
of the commission -
people of Melrose, Hawthorneand She was born in White range programs tack. "What might be a criminal ,
Leiman Batten reiterated a have been solidly launched. "
Newberiy regarding his Springs, Fla., Feb. 2, 1876, was offense in one place, he S1o!
shod series of specific improve He mentioned specifically the
kindness and
proposals fo :the future of their a member of the Air Park Baptist wrote, "could be
ments he would institute Florida exhibit at the New YorWorld's
lawful when done in
secondary schools., Church in Starke and had ,entirely another
? elected to Martin's postHe Fair.Jarrard i locality. .
the past 18 years.
Talbot termed himself the argued strongly for voca, been a resident of Starke said the commission i- IN GAINESVILLE l '
with the and tional education "so kids can was being left in the
man knowledge Survivors include a daughter, program Gainesville Sun I II
the plans for the county's school make something-of themselves," Mrs. Clara l Mae Mathews; hands of "a competent, profes- I ,. & Drop.off your.dry cleaningon.'

system. "Give a life-long educator -tax equalization and a-resident'doctor Starke; one son, Clifton sional and dedicated staff." Published evenings except II work......
a chance to be superin- at Alachua General Hos Roberts of Port Arthur, Tex.; a During his three years with Saturday and Sunday mom- L your way to flt.ajiy.of

tendent of schools," he said. pital.In. the commission, Jarrard ap ings by Company the Gainesville at 101 Publishing SE- I i ... r """ our plants,, and .pick-it up

He conceded a need for voca- support of his hospital plea, plied what he called "OperationHard 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida I

tional education, but said his he said he knew of an 18monthold Bishop to Visit Sell" to the program of and entered as second class on your wa__ / hone.__ _, .. _._. _.._._
matter at the Post Office at .H
opponent "forgets we are now baby that.had .died .before developing Florida's tourist in- Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION I .

seven teachers short at Gaines- zr doctor could be summoned Holy TrinityThe dustry and industrializing the RATES BY 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU .. ..'. ,
ville High SchOoL"Both when its parents brought it to state. CARRIER OR MAIL I "

nights he compared .his the emergency room. Rt. Rev. Hamilton West, Among his innovations were I All Dry Cleaning Done on Premises:. '_ __:.:.:_ '
18 years of classroom experience : Bishop of the Diocese of Florida -the first Florida showcase in 1 Week .45 I
3 Mos. $5.85 I
with Evan's record. uE -' More AboutUF : will visit Holy Trinity Epis- New York City, the first Marine All mail l subsetiptions must I 3 DAY SPECIAL: Mon., April 27, Tues., April 28..Wed. ,A prir.29.._ :
ans has never. been a school copal Church to administer the welcome station (in Fernandina Ii '
be paid in advance. .
teacher in the classrooms of Laying on of Hands at the 11 Beach), drive-in welcome stations 4. :_ .. _._ -". ..
Alachua County," he said. a.m. service today.He two traveling showcase Member of Audit Bureau of i

The County Commission races will also preach at that buses, regional advertising in Circulation. I T SUITS I < .:. ::. :
followed a definite pattern as service. An informal coffee hour all media and cooperative programs An material contained herein tsproduction I < .
M whole" In part Is
the incumbents up for reelection 1 for the Bishop and the new with communities, chambers the property of the Gainesville I -- ..- ... ..- -- .. ,.
Sidney Martin, Edgar Leo From Page I Publishing Company. (c) 164. Re- I
communicants will be held
o afterwards of comerce and the travel strictly forbidden without the written I '
Johnson and Claude Brandon I in the parish house. trade. permission of the publisher. I 79TOPCOATS ((
consistently referred to the Paper Co., for approximately II :

"fine working relationship" the $27,000, "would be the best buy,II .
commissioners had with each the Board of Control has ever. i
other and "all the people" of made."

Alachua County. He said consultants in oceanography BLUE I
One of Brandon's challengers, have been very criticalof SPRINGSI:
the present site of the labora- RAINCOATS
I tory and that federal officials'\I I or

Truman Wants have been reluctant to put I 5 mi. West of High Springs .
matching funds for building con- I *
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The Turkey Point site is about I
NEW YORK (AP) -Former 45 miles from the Florida State < ; i

President Harry S. Truman said campus. I I SWIM & PICNIC > xa,
Saturday he has an unfulfilled After hearing Dr. Blackwell! xr

ambition-to visit Alaska. out, the board again delayed a:
"I've been in all of the 49 oth- decision until its May 14 meeting -;;

er states and I hope some day in Tallahassee. It requested I BLANKETS (d.uble.r tingle)

IJ to get to Alaska-then I'll have more information on the work
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Sunday, April 26", '1964 Gainesville Sun 3A

It ,', f Jyening of Political 'Fun Poking'; : :, ,

WASHINGTON dove Nelaotl"ROekefeiIer' your dome? 'Cause they're saving all their That is what is making the He likes Saigon in the winter,! Some day they are bound to' : .
moaned that shot for U.S.A.Because 'I
i You're spoiling our aim and Pentagon, go. he's its savior. -
J ,, wedding beHs had broken up it's'just'a shame, Now Unl-Mac,handles all the pall. J--
Oh Cabot we're loved;: How He likes 'allies when ,.< _-,, ,
"th8t:Old'gang: : of mine, Senator won't you please jack. they'reon But sincerely there is one t
we're loved. Love is their'good behavior. J.< ,
'Barry -Goldwater begged come home? every I t.
five-star hero's reduced that he loves t..
where. Every dearly, I '
for a-hand-out-and ..
aide of
: )
The Gridiron chorus, saluting to a sad sack.
President Johnson sang of a President Johnson's view of us We swear! There are only mild flir- His name is Charles De '.," :( .
t White House"enfolded In murk.itJtappened as the "most beloved people' in Pentagon complaints by high Though the cold war race tations. Gaulle." "1s act !
Iunos 1s ul1W
'linos asnoH
at. the ,79th _annual the world," sang to the tune of militaryofficers that Defense may be lost, j ... ..' ep s.aanpepuew Jgtuwnj t
-dinner-of the Gridiron -snJCI 1UtICDSP! MOl an0 JIRd
Uni-Mac will lose it at minimum .
"June Is Bustin' Out All Over: Secretary Robert S. McNamara
I 01 'IGUOW n 'IG cift 'JlI J.I
Club as the organization of 50 cost AGAINSTIFEES ,. .. .
"Love Is bustin' out all over, has the heart of a computer : ,-" .1
\ Washington correspondents All over the Congo and Brazil. produced a scene in which an Let's computerize Russia _.:. ,:,,' --, \ '"-
\ pooned leaders- politics, Industry Love is' bustin' outa AsyuhIn actor representing McNamara right down to size, Mac WHARRY EVANS is AGAINST T ',: : .. :
and labor in song and a that would appeared on the stage attiredas Automation's bound The Fee
way amaze to rise. System '
ski! J \ ? i' .
to.the musio of the Marine : 3rttsf aL :': a \ ;
yuh, computer complete with Charles De Gaulle,
Band orchestra led by Lt CoL An our friends and foes are winking lights dials and start ated by a gridiron imperSOD-1 Vote For -n <-Vf
AibertrSchoepper.More bloomin. with good wilL buttons; This was "Uni-Mac," closely resembles him, listered
\1 than 500, guests, includ and an actor playing Gen. Curtis as an aide sang to the tune of I I I I ,
ing President i
President, Johnson, former Love is bustin' out all over Le May Air Force chief of "I Love' Paris in the Spring- i Harry EvansSuperintendent
a Harry Truman and The feelin' .is ,getting warm staff, sang to it, to the tune of ime:"
top.public figures, gathered Sat and gay. "Fascination:" "He likes Castro in the spring- _
urday night*t Washington's Ho- Oh, the Arabs and IsraeliDo "It's just automation, ''you time. of SchoolsPd.
tel Statler for the vhite tie- not shoot each other daily, know. He likes Mao in the faO. ( Adv.
,. and tails.stag dinner which has
been 'a feature of capitol social

Hfe-.President.since of-Grover the Johnson first Cleveland.administration arrived- !! : Ic

2:1 ONLY

Iqte Knebel ton..Bureau-this for::of the- the.dinner,Cowles year's and Washing-Fletcher Gridiron 1

Club president explained -
';President Johnson Is de-
layed this evening on mattersof
,state" Knebel said. "He's
1 ovu.al the Arthur Murray studios -
l, dancing with ,our wives."
-In his traditional opening
'speech in the dark," Knebel
Said the Gridiron Club was far
ahead of the Johnson administration -
"for 79 years we have
been operating in the dark-on t
Jibe club paid special tributeto e
former President Truman Q UA L1TY

who, like, the i Gridiron Club is DISCU UN t
Bearing Els 80th birthday. Truman k. x '
in mellow mood, sat at
the same head table with Rich
ard M. Nixon, something he s'ts
f Had vowed years ago never to I -T- j-I
I do. Nixon spoke off-the-record H
I for the Republican Party, House ; ; LU .
i Majority Leader Carl Albert of

Oklahoma for the Democrats. ___ L- I ,. ,.. -
-The Democratic skit, which -

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President Johnson's man Fri
day singing of the Democrats'

1 Ii major campaign issue" to the, ..
tune of "Tammany:

no good for you and me,
::But it's fine politically.
=Poverty, poverty Sleeveless 2 pc. Boys Walking
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How we need it poverty."
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Senate resident Carl Hayden, --,; -
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=An actor depicting Attorney
general Robert F. Kennedy lamented -
that he had been re- L_ < -7 ',-. H'7: _\.. :':-'
moved from""vice-president i-a 1
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Gainesville Sun Sunday, April 26, 1964


k ''i': et.acs...... Qiafnes. flk Sun THE ,ro Y [y Headline: Mono' ofr' ':'

i Sfoui Hark wittttl1 nouncement Thursday that he had decided to close another I,!
JOHN R. HARRISON. President illustrate% the
I .... long list of nonessential military
=. dent ED JOH(SON. Tic FroMcatMd WASHINGTON-In the last week (as of Friday), President point. ..: [
Florida's. Beautiful ; EseeatlT EdlUri W. G. (sill Johnson has held two formal and two informal press confer '
't.I EBERSOLE. Tie President tad Ad- NO COMMUNITY ever thinks a lucrative military installation I i
::: J4 made
\ ? &) ences, seven impromptu statements after White House
'University City' Tertlsinf RALPH McGILL 'and> I
then source
is "nonessential. a
Every one :
.. Tic* FreftlleBt *.d C-reuU Pimier Prix Winning FtBlUher meetings, delivered a major foreign policy address to the As-
tI.. Manager.THE I Of ta. AUaaU. (Ca.) CssMit.Um sociated Press, helped settle the national railroad dispute, money. Since Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara'cameinto I

SUN'S POLICY ,.. opened the World's Fair. in New York and talked at. a political every the closing Pentagon leaves, political installations. scars somewhere.have been. .closed. .' -and'.
rally in Chicago. (
"... 1. Report the news fully and I Impartially In the news columns. i .. SymbolOf The White House Is now more open than any residence in Nobody knows this better than LyndonJohnson.Hehasheard "

:.. ., 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only In editorials '.. ._ Washington. "Welcome to your house," he tells his visitors, plenty of opposition from his own home state:of Tezas. d
\ : 3. Publish! all sides of important controversial, issues. < t ;, '. and that's the way it is. No majestic aloofness for him. He "Yet he has insisted that "we're. not going, to,run"alnilitary I

\ : The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 < 1. A regards himself as the temporary occupant of a public building WPA." I;
and simply does what comes naturally. Accordingly, 64 additional installations were put on the ;
t : Want Ads-3764672MacArtlmr's .\ .: closed list Friday, and while this will bring the estimated .

WHEN HE HAD settled the railroad crisis,. he didn't wait savings to $548 million and turn back more than 1000"'square

2 GraveWASHINGTON for the television cameras to be set up in the White House. It miles of land to the people, the political consequences willTwt I
\ r. .
L :;f ; be in of the affected.It 'I
was almost time for the big national evening television shows, good any areas '
: so he got in his car and drove out to the CBS studio to make the will be even worse when the administration gets down to 1
Report.to Truman announcement to the largest possible audience. the harder problem of closing some" The big government naval \\J
Gates at 1
When he realized Wednesday that he would be in Chicago yards, such as those in Brooklyn and Boston. There are }

.' 'Did General of the Army Douglas threats of Red China to intervene. shortly Arlington after Cemetery 7 each open morning Thursday evening for a big political rally, he decided to fly 11 of these, employing 100,000 men; and costing $1 billion a \\1\

MacArthur tell President Harry Truman Early in October, the Eighth Army Always there are some back through Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia and Pennsyl- year. __ ,\
at Wake Island in October, the vania to look at the problems of some of the depressed areas,
at en-
listed for its forces the Chinese Com- persons and gathered up the governors of those states on the THE ADMINISTRATION is convinced that all this"manpower -
1950 that the Chinese Communists trance nearest the of way.
munist army units along the Yalu John F. On the When Doris Fleeson remarked on the beauties of the White and money are not needed. It has promised to find
... would not intervene in the Korean there Kennedy. walk be- House garden Thursday morning after an outdoors press con-' similar jobs in the area for the men affected, and so far it has
"an evaluation which they
War? It was widely reported that he way tween of headstonesthat ference, he took the whole press corps on a tour of the garden not been able to see where these jobs are coming from.

did, but the recently-published inter subsequent events proved to be stretch rows as far as one' and demonstrated on the way that he is one of the most enthusiastically Also, most of the naval yards do different jobs. Portsmouth,

view by Jim Lucas- quotes Mac- amazingly accurate," Marshall wrote. may see. By 8. o'clock the ignorant gardners in town. for example, handles nuclear submarines and Boston does not,
Visi- And, yet effective as all this is politically, he can sometimesdo so that a hard job of consolidation lies ahead. The plans are
roadways are thronged.
Athur denying these reports in 19-
as tors crowd about the neat things that break all the normal rules of politics. His an- not complete, but Johnson is determined to complete them.
54 and calling them part of a. "leftist" But South Korean troops and white picket fence and stand, This has been a surprise to a lot of influential officers in the

:j plot to discredit him. South Korean intelligence agents developed mostly silent, looking at the BELOW OLYMPUS 'Pentagon. They knew McNamara was determined to eliminate

severe morale problems evergreen covered grave. A By InterlandiG all nonessential bases and even some they thought were

General MacArthur himself had whenever the possibility of Red few whisper to companions.Some essential, but they misjudged the President. '
They thought he would think of the bases first in political
told reporters in Tokyo just before Chinese intervention: was officially quietly make snapshots.
his friends Capitol Hill would
Otherwise there is only the terms and that, if he didn't on
*. leaving to confer with President Truman mentioned, and official efforts to reassure brooding ,air of stillness 1, be able to convince him at least to restrain McNamara until.

in 1950 that the Chinese were them sometimes went too far where rest so many thou- after the election. .

not going to intervene and that the in the other direction. sands of the country's dead.
? THIS JUDGMENT, however, underestimated McNamara'sinfluence
war was all but over. This word They're of all ages those at the White House. After the President had workedfor

spread among the soldiers on the Three days before General Mac- who come to pay their re- a while* with the present cabinet, he remarked one day: ,

fighting fronts, so that some of, Arthur flew to his Wake Islandcon- pects to the President whose "They are good, this bunch, but the one who really stands but

: them threw away their' helmets ference with President Truman, the youth, energy, imagination ni is that fellow with the stay-comb in his hair." This is McNa I
*" and intellect stimulated the -
(which would not. go on over the South Korean II Corps captured mara.
whole quality of Americanlife. the President by his quick terse, factual
,He has impressed ;
and small unit "nine simple-seeming Chinese
warm pile caps) one prison- .
answers Johnson's. questions, and also by passionate
i caught for the night without its ers"-not in battle, but hiding in Id G conviction that it is"wrong to ask the Congress for millioes'ofdollars

I sleeping bags, revealed its position barns, or walking in to surrender. THE VISITORS do not seem / to maintain obsolete bases and deceitful to pretendthe I

I in hostile country by a multitude of First reports on them reached the to be morbidly curious. They bases are needed just to keep men in government jobs. w:

fires. MacArthur headquarters before he come with respect and re The President on' Thursday would not even rule out McNa- "

u r camp left for Wake that gret. Even when they walk, Mara as a vice presidential possibilily, despite McNa- I
: they were "volun
they rarely talk. They
away mara's past associations with the Republican Party.
::- General S. L. A. Marshall's classic teers" recruited compulsorily from seem to be lost in remembering -

history of one phase of the Korean regular Chinese Communist armies some aspect of the life "I DON'T KNOW what Mr. McNamara's past associationsmay

War, .'The River and the Gauntlet," and sent into Korea. of the man whose grave they have been," the President said. "I have never been a

.. says flatly that General MacArthur"flew have so lately seen. man who believed in guilt by association. But I think Mr.

J to Wake Island to tell President : So General MacArthur could have This grave does seem to bea 1 1 McNamara is very able, very imaginative and a very great !
sort of symbol that has 1 American Who (will) make the best President of the
1 .* Truman that Chinese interven- told President Truman that' Red ,
meaning for much of America. United States in the event he was called upon tQ be president.
tion was not a plausible or potent China had intervened. However, air- That is it on the mindsof Jt r. That is the criterion I would use for my own judgment and. I

I threat in the war." plane reconnaissance showed no many is attested to by the would hope the others would use. ." :

major movements on the main road unending numbers that go i 310IiastAsynFS) s- -Z This is not "politics" in the narrow partisan sense, but if is

Z. Yet Marshall's vivid account shows from China. there. But there are other tes- very good politics in the largest sense. And Jhis'Is the tech-
timonies.A "I never tell pollsters \vfaat 1 really think. I nique the President is using more and more in these:daily
:"Z why MacArthur could 'come to think with the .** ..
like to upset them on election day. meetings public.'Y": :
;: he had told Truman something As late as early November, when widow could bring her _

rather different. much more evidence of Chinese husband-a Negro soldier
par from a Southern state who DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS : \

I f ticipation had come to light, Eighth was killed in fighting at Viet --. .. -
1\\ The reality is more complex than Army intelligence thought. it was on Namto Arlington and there

"can be put.in one sentence.::.The:Mac-: a.minor cal. -perhaps a screen' for he could be buried died with.oth- Caution Before the Choice: ." = = 'I.
Arthur command had known from coming Chinese invasion, perhaps a er men wh had in bat-
tle, but she would have trou- ,.
the first that a. Red Chinese intervention bluff to frighten the U.N. soldiers ble hotel .-. -"-
getting a room or
T was a possibility to be away from the Yalu frontier, per- eating in a restaurant in a By WALTER UPPMANN Our immediate need is an will not mean that the Negro ations which.:when jduly wel bed 1r

watched for and guarded against. haps "a limited assist to help' the country for which her husband The nation has come into a agreement in the Senate on areasonably protest will subside when the seem toje.declsJYejsgainst
North Koreans hold a defensive base had given his life. time of troubles, and we dare amended civil civil rights bill passes. The the choice of ihe attorney general r
co; not let our affairs become rights bill. The country cannot grievances of the Negroes are as a candidate-lor-Vice t
Repeated reports came in, mostly within their own country. '
THIS, IN A SENSE, is the snarled up and unmanageable afford a filibuster that lasts not only the denial of their President.ffiis"yearVOne. = : r
mistaken or unconfirmable. But vigilance issue back of the civil rights because organized American all summer; it is essential to civil rights, but the inequality ...
: .K that::be and tEEPresident -
continued. Lieut. Gen. WaltonH. As Marshall's book puts it, all bill. We have, perhaps, per- society is impotent to act demonstrate that the govern- of economic opportunity t

Walker thought the greatest opportunity three interpretations were reason mitted ,the extremists of both promptly and firmly. It is nec- ment can govern and that, which stands in the way' of : :are.not close, baton thecontrary "

( for the Red Chinese to intervene able; all were wrong. The big Red races too often to obscure the essary to assert the para- because it can govern it is every Negro child. To do-.- ach are'atarm'jHength"with >ther/fhis-wes tolerable f.
central issue and the moral mount of the entitled to the faith and confi- about this inequality .
authority government something "
would be either at the time Chinese armies were already there. ui ttex&ys when {he If
ity of it. Arlington graves all to and wom- will resolute ,
dence of
over attempts require action
loyal men
at the time They had slipped in the Vice Fie I d twas":
I of the Inchon landing or over previous remind us of what is reallyat it to intimidateit to out the s e a
paralyze or carry purposes
the U. N, troops crossed the 38th weeks by back routes, moving only stake. en.But even if this is done, it which are sketched in the so- Throttlebottom. But not .in t e.

parallel (pre-war.boundary between by dark. When they were ready, they There are still other pieces, called war against poverty. these days when the Vice ..
President must be the
:North and South Korea), and felt struck such a blow that the U., N. of evidence of the significance insider in administration..
:greatly relieved when no interven- forces had to retreat half the lengthof of the Kennedy symbol. In Washington MemoCowles BUT THAT IS not. all. The UI
the old State Office Building
the internal tranquility of the nation The second reason is that
Korean peninsula to, avoid
the White .
adjacent to House,
is seriously disturbed the Vice President must :t>e
complete destruction, and a "new Mrs. Evelyn Lincoln is at Washington Bureau I h
only by racial, but also by chosen with complete awareness
Then came the public and private war" had begun. work the late classifying President.the She paper of GOT A LIGHT, MAC? Mrs. Hugh Scott, wife of the GOP sectional and ideological conflict that at any time, begin- tI t-
for many his personal senator from Pennsylvania, was standing beside -Dr. Luther The true defense against ning with the day after inauguration -

.1 secretary, years and knows them Terry, the Surgeon General, at a party a few nights ago. division and. disunion, 'which he may suddenly: !-
I well. They hadn't met, but she introduced herself; learned his have grown 'alarmingly in recent come the President. It would,

name, when she asked whether he had a light for her cigarette.Dr. years, would be a rallyin I believe, be deeply disturbing -
She remembers
I Voice of the People dle. She finds herself every reading doo- Terry supplied one, remarking with a smile that "I suppose the election year of the to the people of this coun-
letters over and it's all right for me to do this" a statement that"evidently vast central majority of prudent try if President Kennedy's
recallingthe baffled Mrs. Scott. "Where do you work, Mr. Terry?" she said. men and women in both brother got to the White House ,

I written reasons and the why discus they i ions were "I'm with the Public Health Service," he replied. Mrs. Scott our parties. because of a potential maneuver -

On The ,.Sun's Opinion Page about them. A surprising num- went on her way. unaware that the chief sponsor of the reporton in the Democratic conven
cigarettes and had her That such a rally is already
ber of college students cancer just lighted cigarette. tion. I think many would re- L
going on is shown by the phe- sent it. The possibility that
to her.
sit and
Opinions end comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters see They talk 7 DAYS IN APRIL this month to infor- nomenal strength of Lyndon this could would be itb
: Early
must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested.,A letter shouldnot of what the man now at Ar- according happen a
l and be written side of mation reaching here through motion picture industry circles, Johnson In'aU the polls in all liability'in the election
exceed 500 words must en only one the poper. Poetry cannot b* used. The lington meant to them grave ft
'. Sun reserves the'right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or Few had ever seen him, but Gov. Carlos Lacerda of Guanabara Brazil, was given a pri- parts of the country. He is so 1- I
intent. he had affected their lives. vate showing of "Seven Days in May," the movie based on the strong because he himself be- THE GREATEST SERVICEthat

'Sermon' quering faith a tough and unyielding type example of hypocritical book by Fletcher Knebel and Charles Bailey of the Cowles longs to the great prudent majority can be done to the memory 3f
realism which has liberlism. First, the Sun ex- THEY TELL Mrs. Lincoln Newspapers' hlgh1'literate' Washington Bureau. Lacerda, the ,.and he has quite delib of John F. Kennedy Is to
On Shelters every motivation in the worldto coriates Holland for his inhumanity how, because of something movie people report, was so enthusiastic about the picture erately and very skillfully finish what he began. This will y
_ survive and conquer. toward Negro they heard him say on TV or that he asked permission to invite some of his military friendsto raised a standard to which assure him a high place"in itI.

EDITOR, Sun: Once in a Americans, his unnatural of something he had written, see re-run. Three days later the army overthrew the Bra- the prudent majority can re history.To isi
"The Great Commission is .
affection for oil companies they have gone into school zilian government pair.
while we run across a pieceof not fulfilled charitable
by a
and his general "disregardfor politics, or are taking courses O finish what be began his .-
journalism, or a sermon to be ''dead rather There those who
willingness are are
which strikes homeso the little people who share in history, government, art EXPERT TESTIMONY: Agriculture Secretary Orville Free successor must be given the
perhaps, 1
than 'red.: In the final nine and man who has been the predicting that they Democratic 'i.
to reviseour the Planet Earth with him. philosophy. Young men on receiving end of about as much means an impressive mandate
as to cause us verses of, Romans 8, there is Then it endorses the man be- out of college come. Some of abuse as anybody but the tax collector, introduced Mrs. Free- Party will, however, do from the country and the i4A -
thinking thing or
another. on one not an item U concession to cause he is not an outright these are Republicans, some man to a gathering at the department's Food and Home Fair what it has done several timesin united support of the parjy.

anybody or anything except to thief. And this, the Sun tells Democrats. A great many for Consumers. "Every man needs a wife," said Freeman. the past it will "snatch No greater disservice could

:ii_ Fallout shelters are aboutas the Almighty God, Himself. us, is an "idealistic reason." say they are now running for "He can't blame the government for everything. defeat out of the jaws of vic be done than to feed the sus-

pleasant to think about as "Hiding in a hole can be some minor office in their tory." They are predicting a picions of the many who admired 0't
leprosy, but they are "f 0 r cowardly if it is merely an There is an alternative to several communities. John QUICK CHECK: Recently when President Johnson enter- struggle at the Democratic President Kennedy, but .

real" and there's no getting attempt to preserve one's own Holland in Brailey Odham, a Kennedy had inspired them to tained newspaper editors and their wives in the rose garden, convention between the John- thought his family was over- ,0'h
around It. skin; but it can also be a supreme most preferable alternative, do something.So he made a small witicism about his campaign to cut the elec- sonians and the Kennedy fol active. '
ashamed to admit act of faith that God's but the Sun never mentionshis widespread was this appeal tric light bill. "We'll be going into the White House in just a lowing. This could happen if )
I am will can yet sur v lye on the name. to the American people minute," be said. "You can pick up your carries! from a box there is, as the pessimists are Robert Kennedy is not readyto 1)1i
that for the 12 to 14
have been past memberof earth. The coward can easilybe No doubt the Sun has rea- especially the youngerones over in the corner." And George Reedy, his press secretary, predicting, an attempt to be President of the United
years that I school of a which the man who is too readyto sons, practical and expedient that President Johnson involuntarily turned and looked toward the corner to see if compel the President to accept States. But at his age and with 0'I
thought go to Heaven to avoid the reasons for endorsing Hol recognizing it, has es- there really was a box of candles! there. Robert, Kennedy as his his very remarkable political
with the
puts itself to sleep agonizing sacrifice necessaryto land. Its having reasons does tablished a high school scholarship running mate. gifts, be has every right and
old bromide that if builda 0'i
you not in itself make the Sun
sustain Heaven on earth honors program. AROUND WE GO: George Reedy made a contribution of much reason to aspire to be
- shelter' you are at heart just a selfish when all Hell breaks loose." hypocriticaL It is the pretenseof Young men who do well will his own to the White House relations with the editors attending IT IS, HOWEVER hard to the President some day. The
warmonger idealism, the out-of-town be brought to the White a convention here. Chided gently for what the editor of an believe that this will happenthat only] self-iespecting way to"go !
Preacher W. L. McEiver, Further comment seems un- liberalism and nostalgic sentiment House and given national honor afternoon paper took to be undue praise for morning news- there will be a Kennedy about that is for him to earn

., from out in Oklahoma City, necessary. that arouse contempt. and attention.It papers, Reedy replied: "I was not referring to morning news- faction in Atlantic City which his own way not to inherit the-
this delusion A. D. SANDERSSun's The Sun thinks of itself as is not surprising, there- as such. I the office from his brother.
U-c : brings happy up papers was referring to newspaper you find on wishes to deny the Presidentthe
short in a little article called a high-minded, crusading fore, that the American Ne- 'your doorstep in the morning." right to. choose the man
"a defender Since there is no opening for
newsaper, of
,.;. "Fallout Shelters and the liberal gro, especially the younger who be his successor if I
I the and and may another Kennedy in Massachusetts
poor an also took faith and
Catacombs. He that ones, -
1 :. says enemy of corruption." But visions from him. That they he dies, who may have to substitute why does the attorney

s "Loving our enemies and Hypocrisy'EDITOR after all 'the big words, are impatient is understandable. for him if he is taken general not move to New

turning the other cheek is not it coes down to this: The Youth and ideals always FWai f '({ in, who, 'as the government York. and run against Gov.
a defeatist philosophy which Sun: Li its two Gainesville Sun sup ports are impatient. now operates, must ))ehis- Nelson Rockefeller in 19661 I

.. teaches as its crowning doc editorials on Spessard. Hob Spessard Holland for the'U.S. One thinks on these things, 'Jg il deputy and his intimate i in the If he won, he would be w11
{ trine the fine art of gallant land this last week the Senate.MARSHALL coming away from the graveat . 12t conduct of the administration.; on.the_way to Presidenttfalnomination

suicide. Christ taught a con- Gainesville Sun provided a B.; JONES Arlington. .. ",,-. ....,- "- There are certain consider-1. In his owa right- i

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THE .I,t Headline 'Monopo ,' -

Sfrui florfc Glints It will be even worse when the administration gets down to !I
.f.ft 1 JOHN >HAKKISOX.. President and
\,. .:. W* buabart PAT COWLES. VU Prctl- SOUTHBy By JAMES RESTON the harder problem of closing some of the big government na- !
y t MN dents ED JOB SOS". Tic President WASHINGTON-In the last week (as of Friday), President val yards such as those in Brooklyn and Boston. There are I'R I f

\\ .:-,-Florida's Beautiful ;'.. end EBEKSOLE.Exec.tlee Vle EdlUn President W. C.aa'(DW Ad-. Johnson has held two formal and two informal press conferences 11 of these employing 100,000 men, and costing $1 billion t

4 made seven impromptu statements after White House year.
l University City' TCrtUInt DtrecUn BOB TAKTAGUOKE. RALPH McGILL
.. Vic President and CTemls FtUtirr Frist Winning FnbtUncr I|I meetings, delivered a major foreign policy address to the As- 1
USe Hunger. I Of U. AtUnU. (G*.) Cnti .,*. sociated Press, helped settle the national railroad dispute, THE ADMINISTRATION is convinced that all this manpower -'.1(

i THE SUN'S POLICY ., opened the World's Fair in New York and talked at a political and money are not needed.' It has promised to find
rally in Chicago.The similar jobs in the area for the men affected, and so far it has 'I

t. ...... '. 1. Report the news fully and Imartially in the news columns. SymbolOf White House Is now more open than any residence in not been able to see where these jobs are coming from.
; \ 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials Washington. "Welcome to your house," he tells his visitors, Also, most of the naval yards do different jobs. Portsmouth

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. and that's the way it is. No majestic aloofness for him. He. for example, handles nuclear submarines and Boston does not,

i :. The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 A regards himself as the temporary occupant of a public build- so that a hard job of consolidation lies ahead. The plans are
I, not complete but Johnson is determined them.
ing, and simply does what comes naturally. to complete
1. : Want Ads-376-4672 This has been a surprise to a lot of influential officers in the I

\ : WHEN HE HAD settled the railroad crisis he didn't wait Pentagon. They knew McNamara was determined to .eliminate I:

of GraveWASHINGTON for the television cameras to be set up in the White House. It all nonessential bases and even some they thought were \

j is* was almost time for the big national evening television shows, essential but they misjudged the President. \I
I' so he got in his car and drove out to the CBS studio to make the They thought he would think of the bases first In political
MacArthur's Truman
I .; Report to Gates at announcement to the largest possible audience. terms and that, if he didn't, his friends on Capitol Hill: wouldbe 1\1

When he realized Wednesday that he would be in Chicago able to convince him at least to restrain McNamara,,until \\
J ;.f Did General of the Army Douglas threats of Red China to intervene. shortly Arlington after Cemetery 7 each open morn- Thursday evening for a big political rally he decided to fly after the election. \

2 MacArthur tell President Harry Truman Early in October the Eighth Army ing. Always there are some back through Indiana, Kentucky West Virginia and Pennsylvania -

;*. at Wake Island in October listed for its forces the Chinese Com- persons waiting at the en- to look at the problems of some of the depressed areas THIS JUDGMENT, however underestimated McNamara'a,
.. munist army units along, the Yalu John F. Kennedy. On the When Doris Fleeson remarked on the beauties of the White a while with the present cabinet he remarked one day:
t would not intervene in the Korean
River front "an evaluation which way there*they walk be- House garden Thursday morning after an outdoors press conference "They are good, this bunch but the one who ,really stands out
War? It was widely reported that he tween rows of headstonesthat he took the whole press corps on a tour of the garden is that fellow with the stay-comb in his hair." This is McNa-

did but the recently-published inter- subsequent events proved to be stretch as far as one and demonstrated on the way that he is one of the most en- mara.

view by Jim Lucas quotes Mac- amazingly accurate" Marshall wrote. may. see. By 8 o'clock the thusiastically ignorant gardners in town. He has impressed the President by his quick terse factual

Athur as denying these reports in 19- roadways are thronged. Visitors And, yet effective as all this is politically he can sometimesdo answers to Johnson's questions, and also by his passionate

'.r: 54 and calling them part of a "lef- But South Korean troops and crowd about the 'neat things that break all the normal rules of politics. His an- conviction that it is wrong to ask the Congress for millions.of
white picket fence and stand, nouncement Thursday that he had decided to close another dollars to maintain obsolete bases and deceitful to pretendthe
tist" plot to discredit him. South Korean intelligence agents developed long list of nonessential military installations illustrates the
mostly silent, looking, at the bases are needed just to keep men in government jobs.
,t .. severe morale problems evergreen covered grave. A point. The President on Thursday would not even rule out McNa-
.. General MacArthur himself had 'whenever the possibility of Red few whisper to companions.Some Mara as a vice presidential possibility,. despite McNa-

told reporters in Tokyo just before Chinese intervention was officially quietly make snapshots. NO COMMUNITY ever thinks a lucrative military installation mara's past associations with the Republican] Party."I .

leaving to confer with President Truman mentioned and official efforts to re- Otherwise, there is only the is "nonessential." Every one then is a source of jobs and
brooding air of stillness money. Since Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara came DON'T KNOW what Mr. McNamara's associationsmay
1 in 1950 that the Chinese were assure them sometimes went too far
where rest so many thousands into the Pentagon 478 installations have been closed and have been," the President said. "I have never been a
i :: not going to intervene and that the in the other direction. of the country's dead. every closing leaves political scars somewhere. man who believed in guilt by association. But I think' Mr.

J war was all but over. This word They're of all ages those Nobody ,knows this better than Lyndon Johnson. He has 'McNamara is very able, very imaginative and a very great

spread among the soldiers on the Three days before General Mac- who come to pay their re- heard plenty of opposition from his own home state of Texas. American Who (will) make the best President of the

fighting fronts so that' some of Arthur flew to his Wake Island con- poets to the President whose "Yet he has insisted that "we're' not going to run a military United States in the event he was called upon to be.president.

them threw away their helmets ference with President Truman the youth energy imagination WPA." That is the criterion I would use for my own judgment and I
and intellect stimulated the Accordingly 64 additional installations were put on the would hope the others would use. ." -7 '
.. (which would not go on over the South Korean II Corps captured whole quality of American closed list Friday and while this will bring the estimated This is not "politics" in the narrow partisan sense, but itis

p warm pile caps) and one small unit "nine simple-seeming Chinese prison- life. savings to $548 million and 'turn back more than 1000 square very good politics in the largest sense. And this is the technique -

caught for the- night without its ers"-not in battle but hiding in miles of land to the people the political consequences will not the President is using more and more in these dally

'l :. sleeping bags revealed its position barns or walking in to surrender. THE VISITORS do not seem be good in any of the areas affected. meetings with the public. .

:; in hostile country by a multitude of First reports on them reached the to be morbidly curious. They 1 I -

I :: fires.General 4 MacArthur headquarters before he come with respect and regret -
camp '
Even when they walk
left for Wake: that they were "volun- away they rarely talk. They COLORED.NEWS. II

:, S. L. A. Marshall's classic teers" recruited compulsorily from seem to be lost in remembering .

:: history of one phase of the Korean regular Chinese Communist armies some aspect of the life I _
B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor I
of the whose
and sent into Korea.So man grave they
War "The River and the Gauntlet, .
says flatly that General MacArthur have so lately seen. SOCIETY NOTICE Box Shop on Monday at 7:30 am the light of the world: he May Fellowship Day will be i
This does seem to bea The Home Mission Society No. that followeth me shall not walkin observed Friday by the United
"flew to Wake Island to tell President i- General MacArthur could have grave
t ,. sort of symbol that has 2 of the Mt., Carmel Baptist .m.During the meeting plans darkness, but shall have the Church Women of Gainesville,
/ Truman that Chinese' intervention told President Truman that Red meaning for much of America. Church will meet with Mrs., Ellen will be made for the State light of life." (John 8:12)) with two services slated at the i

'r l was not a plausible or potent China had intervened. However air- That is it on the mindsof Days, of 321 SW 7th Ave., Beauticians' Association that Holy Trinity Episcopal Churchon

1 :-: threat in the war." plane reconnaissance showed no many is attested to by the Tuesday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Martha will be held at Tampa May NE First St.

r.;.. '.*.. major movements on the main road unending numbers that go Franklin president; Rev. T. A. 1721. Mrs. Alice Gaskin president ARCHER NEWS The meetings will be at 10

'. Marshall's vivid account shows from China. there. But there are other tes- fright, pastor; Mrs. Esther W. ; Mrs. D. P. Kendall re- Program Set ajn. and 7:30 p.m., and Mrs.
Yet timonies.A Hamm[ reporter. porter. The Male Chorus of Archer John Christensen is chairman.
t why MacArthur could come to think will render a musical programat Participating in the services,
'; he had told Truman something As late as early November when widow could bring her the St. Peter Baptist Church I to be held in the church sane-
rather different. much more evidence of Chinese participation husband-a Negro soldier PROGRAM PLANNEDThe MEETING ENDS in the interest of the Ushers' :uary, will be Mrs. P. F. Sko-

had come to light, Eighth from a Southern state who Progressive Choirs Union The annual meeting of the Board. today at 3 pjn. field and Mrs., F. D. Sahnnon.
was killed in fighting at Viet will present its program, entitled Woman's Society of Christian The public is invited. Miss Marva Wych will be soloist
The reality is complex than Army intelligence thought it was ona Namto and
more there
r Arlington "Choirs in Parade" at the Service of the Methodist Church at the morning service and
Tan be put in one sentence. The Macs minor scale-perhaps a screen fora he could be buried with other Hopewell Baptist Church todayat which was begun at the Ebe- Miss Priscilla West in the eve-

*s Arthur command had known from coming Chinese invasion, perhaps a men who had died in battle 3 p.m. nezer Methodist Church with METHODIST CONFERENCESome ning. -

.. the first that a Red Chinese intervention bluff to frighten the U.N. soldiers but she would have trou- The public is invited. Rev. Eddie River host pastor, 900 delegates to the Members of Holy Trinity will
ble getting a hotel room or April 23 came to a close on Quadrennial General Conference be hostesses at a social hourin
: to be from the Yalu
possibility away frontier
was a per- in
1 eating a restaurant in a the
Parish House
1 April 25 and was successful of the Methodist Churchare preceding
against. haps "a limited assist the for which her husband
zwatched for and guarded tohelp country the
l : CARD OF THANKSWe Jacksonville.The scheduled to meet in the '
I North Koreans hold a defensive base had given his life. the family of W. L. Jen- attendance was good. Civic Auditorium at Pittsburgh, The program "One Family

Repeated reports came in, mostly within their own country." kins, wish to express our appreciation Pa., today April 26. Under God," will feature a pre-
mistaken or unconfirmable. But vig' to friends for their The critical issue will be the sentation by Mrs. Carl,D. Monkon
issue back of the civil rights
,- Gen. Walton As Marshall's book it all many expressions of sympathy MEETING POSTPONEDThe elimination of the Church's the needs of Bell Nursery
ilance continued. Lieut. puts bill. We have, perhaps, per- and Mrs. Robert
.. during his illness and subsequent Female Protection Society Central Jurisdiction ending Negro Showalter
H. Walker thought the greatest three interpretations were reason- mitted the extremists of both chairman
op- of the
study jcommit-:.
., death. Mrs. Eva Jenkins No. 1 will postpone its segregation in the church.
: portunity for the Red Chinese to intervene able; all were wrong. The big Red races central too issue often and to obscure the moral-the and family. meeting set for today until later. Delegates from the Florida tee, will discuss the problem of

:1 would be, either at the time Chinese armies were already there.' Conference are attending the school dropouts. :
ity of it. Arlington graves her
Serving committee
'" of the Inchon landing or at the time They had slipped in over the previous remind us of what is reallyat conference. Mrs. Hiram Williams Mrs.are J.

\ .. ? _the U. N troops crossed the 38th weeks by back routes moving only stake. BAPTIST BROTHERHOODThe PROGRAM SCHEDULEDThe D. Shannon and Mrs. Estell

., : ZTparallel (pre-war-.boundary between by dark. When they were ready, they There are still other piecesof monthly worship! service Undenominational Choirs' Tomlin.
Brotherhood will Union its
of the Baptist will present program,
=North and South Korea); and felt struck such a blow that the U. N. evidence the of the significanceof be held at, the Friendship Baptist -entitled "Choirs in Parade" at Women's Society of Christian The speaker for the morning

greatly relieved when, no intervention forces had to retreat half the lengthof the old Kennedy State Office symbol.Building In Church Wednesday, April the Johnson Chapel Baptist Service of the Mt. Pleasant session will be 0. W. Nealy,

= came.i the Korean peninsula to avoid adjacent to the White House 20, at 8 p.m. Church with Rev. W. J. Taylor, Methodist Church is sponsoringa principal of Lincoln Hi'gh
.., complete destruction and a "newwar" Mrs. Evelyn Lincoln is at The members and also public pastor, Monday at 8 p.m. "Miss Mt. Pleasant Contest" School and for the night meeting
.. are invited. Rev. D. E. which will terminate at the John C. Rawls assistant
the public and private had begun. work classifying the paper of
.. Then came the late President. She was I White, president; Rev. S. M. church on April 29. principal of that school. A ques-
Daniels, secretary. HAWTHORNE NEWS The six contestants are: Linda tion and answer period will don-
for his
many years elude the
Jackson, Lakay Paige Cassandra meetings. -
1 secretary and knows them Principal Speaks Today
I well. Principal Oliver Hugh Jones Spann Faye Simpson,
YOUTH DAY SERVICES and faculty of Shell Elementary Sabrina Woodard and Mae r ,

; Voice of the People dIe.She She remembers finds herself every read-doo Youth Day will be entirely School will sponsor a Public Edith Williams. t U it t t:!)

ing letters over and recallingthe operated by the youths at the Relation Program at the Mt.

reasons why they were Bartley Temple Methodist Zion A.M.E. Church today at 3 ALICE H. STANDLEY
Church today. p.m. Jones guest
written and the discus ions
:=On The Sun's Opinion Page about them. A surprising num- The schedule of services is: ipeaker.WOMEN'S. The piano pupils of J. C. Final rites for Mrs. AliceH..

: ber of college students come Sunday School, 9:4S'am.; morn- Rawls will be presented in recital -Standley of Wade settlementwill

to her. sit and talk ing worship, 11 a.m.; and evening today at 5 pjn. at Johnson be held today at 3 Iim.
see They
Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters services, 5:30 p.m. Duringthe DAY Chapel Baptist Church. The from the Mt. Morlah i
must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will ba withheld if requested. A letter should of what the man now at Ar- Baptist
.f I not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The lington meant to them morning worship, the music Women's Day celebration will 'following students are sched- Church with the Rev. Wiley pffidating. 1
.. Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or Few had ever seen him, but will be furnished by Lincoln be held at the Liberty Hill Methodist -uled to render selections: Char- .
... -- Intent.. he had affected their lives. High School Junior Chorus Red- Church, Sunday April 26. :maine Gibson Dale K. George Mrs. Standley, a citizen of
dick Chorus and Bartley Temple The church is located the Brenadette Harper Janice Alachua for
.a 'Sermon' quering faith a tough and un- type example of hypocritical on County many
yielding realism which has liberlism. First, the Sun ex- THEY TELL Mrs. Lincoln Junior Choir. The speaker willbe ]. extension of 16th Avenue. Cambridge, Charles Jones Jr., years died Tuesday morning at
On Shelters every motivation in the worldto coriates Holland for his inhumanity how because of something James Gloster a student al The public is invited. Cheryl D. Duncan Flolivia V. the home of Mrs. Maude Ross
survive and conquer. toward Negro they heard him say on TV or the University of Florida, and 'Haxey, Deborah Jackson JoyceY. following an extended illness.

'h EDITOR, Sun: Once in a Americans his unnatural of something he had written also president of the Youth CoWL Crosby Edna Jean Cosby Survivors include many nekes,
"The Great Commission is Allen I. Jackson, Blanche J.
cil of the NAACP.
affection for oil have into school TO PRESENT PROGRAMThe
companies, cousins and
gone nephews, friend
; while ,we run across a piece not fulfilled by a charitable During the evening services, Jackson Catherine Davis, Sheia -
and his general "disregardfor politics, or are taking courses Progressive Choirs' Union -
T of journalism, or a sermon willingness to be ''dead rather the sermon will be delivered A. Nealy Loretta A. Young, Interment will be in the 3ft
the little people who share in history government, art will present its en-
strikes home ; program ,Moriah Cemetery under the direction
which L. Walter ; I
; perhaps than 'red.' In the final nine "' by Jacob Chatman of Bethel' Sonja Bogan, Mc-
the Planet Earth with him. and philosophy. Young men titled "Choirs in Parade" at
; so as to cause us to revise verses of Romans 8, there is Baptist Church Jacksonville, Pherson, and Essie M. Jackson. of White and Dorsey
Then it endorses the man because out of college come. Some of ''the Hopewell Baptist Church
Funeral Home.PAULINE .
thinking on one thing or The is invited to wit- -
our not an item U concession to and now a student at Florida public
he is not an outright these are Republicans some today at 3 p.m.
another. anybody or anything except to Normal College. This : ness this program. There will
thief. And this, the Sun tellsus Democrats. A great many The public is invited.
the Himself. be no admission charges. SIMMONS
Almighty God ordained.
has been -
Fallout shelters are aboutas is an "idealistic reason." say they are now running for
pleasant to think about as "Hiding in a hole can be some minor office in their The music will be furnished HAWTHORNE NEWS BULLARD .
"f 0 r There is an alternative to several communities. John by Greater Bell Methodist I t Plans Shower
leprosy but they .are cowardly if it is merely an Toy
-t real" and there's no getting attempt to one's own Holland in Brailey Odham, a Kennedy had inspired them to Church Brooker; Emanuel Baptist ., There will be given a toy'NOTICE Funeral services for Mrs.
r preserve most preferable alternative, Junior Choir A. L Mebanc The Cameliettes Club of this Pauline Simmons Bullard
around it. skin but it can also be a supreme do something. ; shower at the Shell ElemenUr? of
:. ; but the Sun never mentionshis Chorus, Mt. Carmel Baptis t city will render its "Finer Womanhood -
New York
act of faith that God's So widespread was this appeal School on Monday at 8'pjn. City will be held
I am ashamed to admit name. Choir Hopewell Baptist JuniorChoir Program" at the Johnson .
will v lye the to the American people in the kindergarten room. The at 2 pjn. from the Damascus -
: that for the past 12 to 14 earth.can The yet coward sur can on easilybe No doubt the Sun has rea- especially the youngerones Gainesville; S hil oil public is invited. Chapel Baptist Church today Baptist Church at Ala.

years I have been a member the who is too sons, practical and expedient that President Johnson Baptist, Palatka; Johnson Chapel at 11 ajn. chug, the Rev. Adkins official I
of that school of thought which to man Heaven to avoid readyto the reasons for endorsing Hol recognizing it, has es- Baptist Junior Choir and also I MENTAL RETARDATION During the program several lag I
puts itself to sleep with the go land. Its having reasons does Hopewell Baptist Junior Choir, outstanding persons will appearon .
agonizing sacrifice tablished a high school scholarship The third in a series of pro- Mrs. Bullard, the sister oi
old bromide that if you builda necessaryto not in itself make the Sun honors Ocala. Yvonne Hayes. reporter,, "Mental Retardation"will the program.
progranLYoung..men grams on Mrs. Fannie Jones
sustain Heaven on earth of }Alachua I
shelter you are just a self- hypocritical. It is the pretenseof The public is invited.
who do well will
when all Hell breaks loose." be held at the Friendship died suddenly Wednesday Ap-
ish warmonger at heartPreacher idealism the out-of-town be brought to the White Baptist Church on Tuesday, -. ril 22, while at work. She was

: W. L. McEiver Further comment seems un- liberalism and nostalgic sen- House and given national hon P.T.A. MEETINGThe April 28, at 8 pjn. born and reared in Ala ma
timent that arouse contempt Parent-Teacher Association LACROSSE NEWSTo
and attention.It .
necessary. or Everyone is invited.
in Oklahoma City
but moved
delusion A. D. SANDERS The Sun thinks of itself as is not surprising, there- of the Williams Elementary, Present ProgramThe County, to New York
brings this happy article call-up a high-minded crusading fore that the American Negro School will meet at the schoo:I SOCIETY NOTICE United Choirs Union will about 25 years ago. Survivors
f short in little
-. a "a defender of a at 8 G. T. Cook its at the include a sister, Mrs. Fannie
ed "Fallout Shelters and the Sun's Liberal newsaper especially the younger on April pjn. ,, The Woman's Home Mission present program
Catacombs." He that: the poor and ignorant and an ones also took faith and principal; Mrs. Helen Peterson, Society No. 1 of Mt. Carmel Bethel A.M.E. Church today at Jones of Alachua brother, Henry \
: says enemy of :corruption. But visions from him. That they president; Mrs.- Amy Lee De- Baptist Church will hold its 3 pm. There are six choirs in Lewis of Alachua, 3 grandchildren )I

"Loving our enemies and Hypocrisy'EDITOR after all the big words: are impatient is understandable. Bose reporter.. meeting in the dining room of the union. many neices nephews i
turning the other cheek is not it coes down to this: The Youth and ideals always the church today at 3:30 p.m. The public is invited to wit- and cousins. I
." a defeatist philosophy which Sun: In its two Gainesville Sun supports are impatient. ness this fine program. Interment will be In the Damascus .

; teaches as. its crowning doctrine -' editorials on Spessard Hol- Spessard Holland for the U.S. One thinks on these things NOTICE A LANDMARK Cemetery under the direction
*. the fine art of gallant land this last week the Senate.MARSHALL coming away from the graveat The City-wide: Beauticians, Bible Thought ."Then spaker of White.'and Dorsey

3. suicide. Christ taught a -coni Gainesville Sun provided a B. JONES Arlington. Club will meet at the Powde Jesus again unto them, saying UNITED C tmfO 1EN Funeral Home. {,I
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. ..f'I' By ALLEN MORRISTTALLAHASSEE governar.*As the late House! The Supreme Court has shown apportionment, approved by a counties almost automatically Even some of those who went
; :--': The campaign ; Speaker Perry E. Murray once in parallel Congressional redistricting three -, judge federal district committed to certain viewpointsby
, 1 in many counties for the said, the platform of the newly cases a disposition. not' court, wiped out all but two of virtue of residence, thosefrom along with this plan thought the

nomination of legislators h a s elected governor comes as near to upset elections but to require -the two-seat counties that serv- such swing counties as Supreme Court would intervene

-to?.;all.buklostJnthe.dw, .af being a mandate from the voters reforms before qualifying ed in the House as a buffer be- Leon, Alachua and Marion could before the present primaries -s-m-i 1 M 1I
the contest for Governor.;. I ,to' the Legislature as anything begins for the next session.-This talk and vote with either I'
in a'state without"party procedurehas the additional ties.Under and suggest how to its de
\ --This-blanketaf sound and the old formula, Florida side as their conscience dictated -
1 fury means the publicmay discipline. And even' so, it is merit of allowing the home had 18 of its 67 counties on specific issues. ficiencies. But it hasn't.
have a more ,difficult Job in purely advisory. state legislatures to redraw the i represented in the House by The elections of the Legisla
...picking.good.legislators than af So 'if, ,for example, the .people district boundaries according to two members each. Five counties -ture this year would complete I- ....II
-choosing good governor.There ,_ elect, a candidate, committed the ,court's guidelines. had three members each, the destruction of this. Paradox
are, for to repeal of the, '63 auto If the Supreme Court applied and an the rest had one mem- ically, a number of counties
[t, v "Instance, 34 candidates tag price increase, only the Legislature the same philosophy to legisla- ber. This, of course, gave only which long had qualified by population I I V. PROOF OF THE TRUTHThis I
) for the can do anything aboutknocking tive apportionment, then the the barest nod in recognizing for a senator_ of their
>>m .'.oPel\.seats Cracke> ,, this out and finding '65 Legislature-whose legal population. The '65 formula own-Sarasota* Manatee and I:
of.Dade pre- some substitute source of reve- life actually begins on November -gave greater representation to Bay among these-gained a
( is the fifth of a series exposing the plan of RALPH TURLINGTON become
-sentmem- Politics nue. 8 of this year-would the largest counties, Dade going seat in the Senate by the '651'' to
\ bers of the But picking and choosing fromamong have the duty, of redrawing the from three members 411_ ._, apportionment but lost one of I "MR. BIG" of Alachua County. Previous Ads Discussed:

.House ,ot Repr -' the_new_Governor's_cam- boundaries according tJthp-- but at the expense of the in- the two Representatives each already -
es. _ent.at ives-_ aign pledges is the usual order ;urt--; guidelines.If between counties. had in the House. This I. ANNEXATION (HEART OF PLAN)
--Studying the-qualifications and of business of the first reg- the Supreme Court applied This middle ground had provided was necessary to assure each
background 'of those aspirants ular session of the Legislaturein the same philosophy to legisla- something of a balance county one representat i v'e ll. FORMATION & USE OF CAA AS VEHICLE

presents a difficult civic chore every gubernatorial adminis- lative apportionment, then the between extremes. With mem- while giving the largest coun-: .', III. CONTROL OF CITY GOVERNMENT BY CAA
there, but one which' must be tration. '65 Legislature whose leg- bers from the small and large ties more seats. IV. REAPPORTIONMENT AND GREATER CONTROL
performed.. Right now, there are' two situations al life actually begins on November '
fl' specialproblem in, Dade is which really'set the pres- 8 of this year-w o u 1 d 0

,. that there have been a series of ent legislative primaries apart have the duty of redrawingthe Kremlin Accuses With all immediate outside threats to his domination and control

recent .elections largely be- from the past: boundaries by whate v e r taken care: of for the time being, Representative Turlington next con-
cause of'Metro, and the usual 1. The United States Supreme yardstick the justices sup- centrated his efforts upon other affairs that appeared to him to be
sources of campaign contribu- Court heard before ply.) If seats are to be shifted,
argument unappealing to the people of Alachua County and that would satisfyhis
tions have been drained dry. i Christmas: on legislative apportionment -' as seems inevitable, this redis- China of Slander handful of liberal rainded professors. He turned his attention to the
This lack of dollars reduces the cases, and many observers tricting would become effective Superintendent of Public Instruction of Alachua County.
Ability of candidates to get to i believed Florida wouldbe with the '67 session. Florida already .
The people. has taken hesitant first The Constitution of the State of Florida had provided that the
electing now by new rules. a MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet Chinese Foreign Minister ,Chen I
of Public Instruction of all counties to be electedby
Yet was
the selection in Superintendent
The fact the court has not act- step toward ignoring traditional
Union accused the Red Chinese
Dade and elsewhere Yi at a preliminary AsianMri1can the people. Through a series of legislative maneuvering, including
: of nomi- ed and candidates here (and county boundaries in apportionment today of shameless slander and
nees for the '65 Legislature Dade two state meeting earlier this month one state wide vote on a constitutional amendment. "Mr. Big" was ableto
elsewhere in the country by giving
overt cheating and charged in Jakarta Indonesia. Becauseof before the people of Alachua County the
should not be finally
allowed to go un have been allowed to spend senators and two congressmen. them with trying to isolate Rus- ,
Chen's opposition, a decisionwas question as to whether the Alachua County School Superintendentshould
noticed. time and in 2. The legislative pri-
money campaigning present sia from the nations of Asia and .
\ First of all, the Legislature may mean the justices will maries in Florida are the first Africa. postponed on an Indian pro- be ELECTIVE or APPOINTIVE.It
posal to invite the Russians to
will have the task of making permit the present apportionments under the '65 formula) 112 the main conference. should be remembered that very little, if any active resistancewas
good on many of the promisesof to stand through the '65 House members and, (beginningwith The Communist party newspaper being encountered up to this time in regards to this matter. Indeed,
the winning candidate for regular session. i '67)) 43 senators. T hisWilling Pravda leveled an angry "Chen Yi resorted to overtcheating it was a throwback to the days of public apathy which had existed con-
1,500-word blast at Peking for
when he declared that
L cerning the city commission elections.
blocking{ an -the
participants in the Jakarta
for the Russians to attend conference 'turned down' the Encouraged by the apparent absence of anv opposition the group
Workers Wanted a conference of Asian-African Indian proposal," Pravda advocating making the Superintendent APPOINTIVE proceeded to secure -
nations to be held in Africa next charged. It added: public endorsements of good citizens of Alachua County.In .

JOIN THE EVANS TEAM FOR BETTER SCHOOLSWe Kremlin salvo lithe "The Chinese minister of for- addition. Representative Turlinqton publicly endorsed the ap-
The latest
eign affairs resorted to shame- pointive method in the 27 October 1963 issue of the Gainesville Sun.
in i
high and need active !
ore gear ,your support ideological battle with Red less slander when he alleged
China sprang from the action af that the Chinese These RAILROAD TACTICS were well underway when a group was
republic -
t ; r at the conference advo- formed to oppose making the School Superintendent appointive. It
I WORK FORHARRY cated unity in the struggle was my pleasure to serve as chairman of this group that fought to
) Holland against retain the "right to vote."
EVA N S imperialism

"In fact. .the Chinese delegation After a bitter campaign in which the group favoring the appointive
Receives at the meeting in the Indonesian method were thrown into a state of utter chaos the people voted down
capital' advocated the the prooosal as follows: 6.043 aqainst making the Superintendent appointive -
'cutting off' of the Soviet Union and 3.910 for making the Superintendent! appointive.

.Ph 376.6559 or 466.3421 ApologyWASHINGTON from continuing Afro-Asian to damage countries the,unityof thus Thus the BEGINNING OF THE END of Representative Ra'.h' Tur- .

1 APSen.. the forces fighting against lington's dreams and plans for absolute political domination had been

STAND UP AND BE COUNTED (Pd.Adv.) Paul H. Douglas,( D-IIL, has imperialism."The Chinese delegation in struck by the people.

apologized for an "unintentionalerror" Jakarta tried to fulfill its plan MORE TOMORROW
in attributing to Sen. aimed at isolating the peoplesof -
Spessard L. Holland, D-Fla., a Asia and Africa from the socialist _. RICHARD J. WILSON
plea for exemption of the duPont countries, from the strug- \y: CANDIDATE FOR HOUSE
in Florida from the Bank
estate for did .
,gle peace. They not stopat OF REPRESENTATIVES
Holding Company Act. anything in their attempts to
iQ" it ro rte t .
Douglas remarked in a Senate achieve their nationalistic and pd. adv
t EDUCATION exchange with Sen. Wayne hegemonicalistic aims." I

Morse, ,D-Ore., on April 11 that
Holland had asked him to exempt --
the duPont estate from the
raK act in 1955 and 1956 on groundsthat

w .! ,x t FLORIDA'S MOST charity.the estate's income went to LAWENFORCEMENT I-

SINGLERESPONSIBILITY Douglas said It was on this .
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assurance that he "reluctantly "

consented" to have the duPont P
I estate exempted in 1956.
Brailey Odham, Holland's opponent e
*j: for the Florida Democratic

.r, a senatorial nomination, AND
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seized on Douglas' April 11 remarks -
-- as'a campaign issue. Od
I ham said Holland was "an errand CRIME DETECTIONHAS
boy for the duPont interests -

? .. _, Education is our most important single state responsibility. Florida ."

_" ,. ..... ._again faces a crisis in its educational programs at all levels. Our Holland has said he had no BECOME
problem in education, as in'all governmental services, is based on recollection of such action on

_. ., our extreme,popularity We cannot expect to continue to accommodate his part and that his staff was :
hundreds of thousands of new citizens without adopting an unable to confirm the incident t:: A PROFESSION
mentioned by Douglas on April ; JOE CREVASSE
approach to Government that can be flexible the demands multi- '. .
..-.... pry. The state's failure to do this has caused the quality of Government 11. told Holland I ; !p!: ;< r- ;' ,
/' services be diluted and diminished for ourselves and new Douglas in the .". .
Senate Friday he had checked
residents. Since there is virtually no relationship between real estate .' -
back in the records and foundhe
values and population increases ad valorem finance
taxes cannot was in error. He also told his

.. all! government operations. colleagues he had checked records EXPERIENCED i
of the Senate Banking Com- '
mittee and could not find that
I '. .And it's time for someone to solve the problem. Haydon Burns hasa Holland had made any such ..
,solution to the problem that everybody knows exists.but nobody
does anything about. Our state can. with Haydon Bums as Governor I I plea.Ap aide to Douglas said that The more experienced your sheriff is, the better you are :
.. make available new sources of revenue for the local school i Holland did not ask for the apol-
boards. This can be accomplished by the state withdrawing from
ogy. Each each witness each
certain sources of revenue and allowing the local government to use protected. legal paper; ; _

the source without increasing the already heavy burden on the individual *
tax payer. court order must be served in the manner prescribed by

Odham Says law.
100,000 by 1970 I '
I -
.. .. .. I Charges True I .,-- This Requires Experience : : .

Haydon Burns knows Florida must have a well-planned, adequately -
financed and that will af- Brailey
university junior college system
ham repeated Saturday his i iI
ford quality educational opportunity to the more than '100,000 I
a I charge ,that Sen. Spessard L I
students who will be seeking higher education by 1970..
1 Holland, D-Fla. was "an errand -! \
Burns feels Florida must put on end to the present calculated and : boy for the Florida Du-''I'II
unfair washout of one out of every three first year college students. I pont estate."
This devious system is a scheme to make room for the enrollment I Odham said that when Sen. I --
impact created by the failure of the state's leadership to meet the !Paul H. Douglas denied this Citizens of Alachua County have already paid for nine

problem. Are we going to deny on honest opportunity for a college I Friday he "suffered a convenient I ."
education to'one-third of all I who enter the,university system of I! memory loss." years of such experience for Joe Crevasse.DONOTTHROWTHISAWAY. ,.
Florida? NOT SO says Haydon Bums.' I "I guess that's the way the *4
!boys perform in their own private --
I club the United States V;. ,
Maybe not all our youth can become men of science and letters, Senate," Odham said. "The Y
but they should have and are entitled to the opportunity of higher I I suffer convenient memory loss .
education in the field of their best ability. For example, a varietyof Ies.I '
technical training courses within: the junior college program I "Holland's record shows that TT: RETAIN EXPERIENCE .

should be available to them so they can have individual opportunity I he has been conveniently able -
and can help our state meet the great expansion of Florida's industrial 'II to forget the people for 18 years L : ..

development. need Hadon Bums,as our governor, and -': while remembering to" serve ..
I the
Haydon.Bums needs our help and support, in this campaign, so Odham big special exhibited interests.photostatic I WITH

) join the team and through our teamwork we can have the leader- 'I copies of a letter dated last

ship all Florida needs. I March 9 in which he said Holland :
: told a Miami union leader,II

that he could not support a bill!t I JOE CREVASSE :

,by Sen. Wayne Morse, D-Ore.1
t I Ito bring Dupont under the bank+
holding act. II
'. VOTE FOR. 'FLORIDA'S This would
force the estate to .
BURNS NEXT either divest itself of its Florida SHERIFF

HAYDON GOVERNOR banks, or dispose of other interests
such as the Florida East .
('4. Ad..l ,Coast Railway and the St. Joe! (Pd. Acfv"r --

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6A -; Gainesville Sun o._ ._ 'Sunday, April 26, 1964, n.... ........ ...- ..... ,.. .J-- -
death In
--" Rich Relative dying a natural

,: i Focal Author to Speak 1 abandoned barn at Marrubiu
I ORISTANO, Sardinia (AP- last week. Relatives soon 1
A hospital here is holding $2,560 I II turned up with claims.
: Before Friends of '
Library I
t': until it hears from a court.
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t tI tI tI tj
: Mrs. Clyde McCoy, Gaines- This is the tenth anniversary I II The money was found sewn .-..,
f. :ville's "0 u t s tanding Citizen"for I year for the Friends of the Li- into a jacket lining on Pietrc -_..'
: 1963, and author of "Jour. brary and in order to.honor the Manca, 73, a Sardinian beggar .. "'
first (provisional) Executive who spent his last roaming I
f :ney Out of Drkness, will bet _.
Board, a dinner will be held at the streets and was found Paid AdverfisingBEGINANEWCAREERIN
the guest speaker at the annual 6:45 immediately preceeding the .-
:membership meeting of the meeting. I i "- ..
Friends of the Library Tuesday,
:May 12, at the Holiday Inn. Reservations for the dinner H
should be made before Friday,j
8. Tickets are $2.25 and
F reservations may be made by REAL ESTATE ---

1. calling Mrs. John B. McFerrin, Attend First Session As I-+I4 '-
\ I II >._ FR 6-0505. Reservations are
not necessary for the meeting I A Guest and Begin
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\ only. Course Any Week r .. __ u_ .
Residential Hon: : Jiles .
I Beginning at 8 pjn., follow 90% 01 our men & women graduatespass t .
ing the dinner, there will be a the State Examination' for Real
Estate Brokers and Salesmen the first ... ,
short business meeting, electionof time. This school is permanent In ....- .
officers, and Mrs. McCoy's Gainesville and part. of a chain of -4i.-.'CO".* .
.. N9 address. It is not necessary to I schools In Florida.CLASSES .1'..:',:'> .', '1 .< -:. 0
attend both the dinner and
HELD FRIDAY NIGHTS 7:30 to 9Howell's '
meeting, but all members are Closest ,
urged to do so, if possible.The new ,t'"
Business College ** .*i
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6 first hot dog eaten in W. Arc. '
the United States is believed to 0'& 218 University subdivision to f .,
have been bought at Coney Island - Phone 376-3507 .

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}. -Mfg Telescope Test Lady Bird Tries .

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t To Match LyndonWASHINGTON

l (AP) Mrs. was crushed in the friendly, but
Lyndon B. Johnson she jostling throngs and made
io '" if4. won't soon forget the little boyin speeches everywhere Johnson BEST QUALIFIED

: \' ,_... lor .. the tiny Kentucky mountain .
f" did.In
s -If town who breathlessly told her
a departing speech at the
husband: "Mr. President, no
one ever comes to Inez." Huntington, W.Va., airport, Fri
day night, the First Lady said:
And she still seems astonishedat Proven Record
"We have seen a big slice of -
the sign held up in a crowd,
"Tell 'Him' and 'Her' Hello," a America, and although we have
greeting for the Johnsons' pet seen economic problems, we e Proven Qualifications

'e = s I9NY Beagle dogs., have also seen initiative and determination -
and just a lot of
i Like else, Mrs. John
.. son went on Friday's four-state ways of attacking things.1tShe e Proven Legislative

poverty swing "on short notice said this type of trip was

." She'd planned to returnto like a dose of adrenalin to Johnson RALPH ExperienceRalph

Qy Washington after attending a: It was "the sort of a day TURLINGTON
Democratic fund-raising dinnerin that makes Lyndon feel like
.4. I.
\ Chicago with him Thursday going back and working,,harder,

night. 'But "Lyndon just thought: to live up to the faith that he I Turlington Will Continue to Support:

: I really ought to go and he has found people having in him'

= Dr. Robert Hoffman shows Tommy Hughlett, left, and David Mokler how to wanted me to." today I' 6 Quality Schools & Universities Economy in Government

= make aeston"telescope; lens curvature during a class at the Gainesville Boys Not only did Mrs. Johnson go,
At while she
r .. State Institutions Constitutional Revision
club. she shook hands in the crowds,
ed in the presidential Wait-I
Johnson to conclude his Sunland Training Centers Alcoholic Beverage Investigation

I Hires nors' conference before heading Quality Mental Health Program O The Interest of Agriculture
'Messengers' to Rob Banks home, Mrs. Johnson said in an
interview she, thought it did her O Fair Tax StructureLegislative Highway Safety

husband good to get out of

T.: HOUSTON;:Tex. (AP) Police couple's apartment They found messages to women tellers at 4. The mastermind of the rob- Washington to meet the people. Honors

said ,a 27 ear-old bride- $10,684 in a brown bag and $494in the four'banks Friday. beries had disappeared with the "I'don't think Washington is

groom from Las Vegas,' Nev., Burke's billfold. The messages falsely warnedthe $12,000 yielded by a frightened a reliable thermometer to test
1MJ: Voted by legislative collogues In secret ballot mi: Voted by legislative colleagues In secret ballot
Signed a statement today ad- Authorities said he will be women their children were teller at the Belfort State Bank. the political temperature or a member of second most effective legislative ar I member ef the most effective three man

t ;t It'.Jn.itting he plotted .to loot four charged with robbery. being held hostage. They were Police said "Hudson" may barometer .of the way the windis allegation delegation.by capital (ALLEN legislative MORRIS correspondents AWARD)of Voted the
if, 1 banks with help ordered to fill up a money bag ,have been the same who I blowing, she said. Florida Press as ono ef the ten most valuable
from unsuspecting aides, hired Police quoted Burke as tell- with bills if they wanted to see used an 18-year-old boy to take I Mrs. Johnson said she really 1M7: Voted the Florida by Clpillt Press as legislative one ff the correspondents ten most v lu-of UU: Voted members by of legislative,the House<*11.ef*._Representatives.ta _.... ballot
able members of the House of a member of me most effective three man
ing them the four messengershe their children again. Representatives.
through the Texas Employment: I $5,680 from a bank in Las likes to go on such trips with the delegatkex (ALLEN MORRIS AWARD) Voted
Commission.." sent to various banks were When the scheme had run its Vegas, Nev., March 12. President "except that I don't by capital legislative press correspondents of
nn: Voted by Legislative Colleague In secret ballot the Florida Press as one of the ten mISt
} Lt. Joe Singleton, identified innocent pawns in his scheme. course: A similar ruse was used suc- get to take in as much as I like a member of the second most effective three valuable members of the House ef Representa
1. The who man legislative delegation lives. (Received the largest number of votes
four-bank mystery man,
-the admitted master mind as Here is how the cessfully in Pensacola, Fla., last to. I'm not as fast acting, fast of any Representative)
4lohn L. Burke, a writer honey robbery plot was set up: used the name Charles Hudson, thinking and fast walking as lie Voted by the Editors of the deny newspapers ef
had collected one "payroll" of July. I Voted by capital legislative correspondents of Florida a* the Runn.r-up for the St. Petersburg
,:mooning herewith his wife. Four young men, thinking is." I the Florida Press as one of the ten most valin' Times award for the most valuable
The unsuccessful
about $12,000 delivered by one robberieswere able members ef the House of Representatives. Member ef the House ef Representatives for
In fact Mrs. Johnson often
',. H Officers nabbed, Burke in an they were picking up payrolls of his at the Harrisburg National got service of Florida.
.:early morning raid on the, for their new boss, took sealed 2. A second messengers.messenger was in- Bank, the MacGregor Park Na- left behind in the handshakingas
she slowed down to chat
I tional Bank and the Spring
tercepted by police just as he
or pat a
VOTE FOR was about to drive off from a Branch Bank. I She, had to admit, "I don't WHY DOES OPPONENT REFUSE TO
bank with stuffed The said '
a money bag messengers they
really feel easy talking around
W. S. "TINY with $10,050. had been hired after filing I THE
; my husband, referring to making REAL, TRUTH??
; 3. Police had pulled in all four plications with the Houston office speeches with him on the,

innocent hands. They were later of the Texas EmploymentCommission. same platform.The My opponent has said he is "running to expose my record," but he has

TALBOTSuperintendent released. I 51-year-old First Lady repeatedly refused to meet in o face.to-face discussion where his false

finished her long day admittedly charges and statements can be publicly examined and exposed. He has
-- -- a big weary, and the first spoken and published untruths and innuendos and then takes o "political5th

Of AIRLINE 'CRASH' thing she did was to daub her amendment."
aching right hand with hand
I Public Instruction cream. The President had fared RALPH TURLINGTON'S RECORD IS ONE OF PROVEN,

Alachua CountyEXPERIENCED WAS A LULU! worse scratched; his and right hurting hand from was EFFECTIVE, UNSELFISH SERVICE.

CAPABLEOne handshaking.
I PHOENIX, Ariz. AP-Ds-) the fuselage ruptured, but it apparently "People don't exactly shake," (pd. adv.)
Promise Positive and Aggressive Leadership spite the severity of Friday'sDC7 caused little damageto she explained, "they hold." !
airliner crash, safety offi- the test.
.. Businesslike With A Smile cials say that if there had been "
Ike Hoover, an official of the
any passengers aboard they Federal Aviation from
:: I will work, fort could have survived. Agency
Washington, said the crash '
ADEQUATE teachers and non-instructional personnel. They crash termed"highly the experimental successful"and would have been survivable. He SUPPORT ELECT !

Guidance and Counselling Kindergarten through Adult Education. said passengers in the fuselage
said it "almost
was as we
Continuation of excellent academic program and updating libraries.Comprehensive planned it." from the wings back could have

industrial arts, 'crafts, and shop: programs in all The crash turned out to be lived.

Junior High Schools. much more severe and spectac- Officials said there was only PULL LEVER, 20A. ON MAY 5th
: Vocational ,Education to meet the needs of our county. ular than had been projected. minimum damage to technical

: Coordination of the curriculums Kindergarten through Adult Instead of coming to rest on equipment.It .

Education. the side of a 150-foot high hill, will take about two weeksto :
I SOUND business administration of the Seven Million Plus School the four-engine craft skimmedover compile the data, and another "BOB" JORDAN
Budget to get most for dollars spent. R.D.
''I the peak and landed on the six months to come up with
Continuation of the fleet and
updating transportation, reworking
M bus routs.Molntenanc. :- other side. A fire broke out as conclusions.

of all schools ,by trained maintenance personnel
an4ade4ua e 'custodial. service... '

Building program "as the state surveys point out plus sensible Rabbi Stirs Storm
approach to location and needs. Up
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By Rejecting Old BeliefLONDON .YOUR '


EDUCATION B.A. and M.E.D. Degrees University of Florida I (AP) Orthodox As a result, the Council of the ";n E

EXPERIENCE' -C Coach, Principal of Elementary.* Junior High and Jewry in, Britain was rocked to United Synagogue of Britain or- i af4 f '
High School 18 years day by a dispute over a 43-year- dered the removal of the entire .

MEMBER First Baptist Church Elks Masons Lions Club old rabbi, who rejects the Old elected board of the West End tiI !
Florida Educational Assn. National Educational Assn. Testament teaching that God Synagogue.Dr. SHERIFF
County. State and National Principals Assn. gave the 10 commandments to Jacobs hit back Friday

SERVICE Director of Recreation. City of Gainesville President Moses. night with this statement: I .
Lions Club President_Alachua County Teacher Credit a
Union Board of Directors ,Florida High School Activities The rabbi, Dr. Louis Jacobs, "The chief rabbi has refusedto
Assn. Board of Directors Florida Education Assn. Dept.of has been denounced as'a hereticby allow me to serve as minis-
,Secondary Principals. some British Jews and acclaimed -ter because I accept the findingsof Check his Record !
modern biblical > ;
I by others for his "mod scholarship."As ,,
to The a rabbi in Israel, respon-
ern approach" theology
E "There is no.substitute for storm raging about his head is sible by Jewish tradition to God IIc
believed unprecedented in the alone and to no other rabbi, I He Will SERVE You BEST !

ABILITY EXPERIENCE & DESIRE 300-year history of the Jewish shall of 'course continue to expound -
community in this land. 'my views, confident that

: SERVICE AT ALL TIME$ Dr. Jacobs was"'greeted by a very many thinking Jews in this TO THE PEOPLE OF ALACHUA COUNTY
country and outside it have too
: PULL LEVER 24A large congregation when he en- much love and respect for. Ju- THIS IS MY PLEDGE AND PLATFORM:
tered the West End Syna-
new daism to wish to see it tied to JUNIOR DEPUTY SHERIFF'S LEAGUE.
gogue as its spiritual leader. 1.
VOTE FOR W. S. 'TINY" TALBOT such a theory.
of Public Instruction Earlier, the chief rabbi of Britain Dr. Jacobs does not accept There are no other business Interests to interfere with This is a program which must be stepped up. Inspirathe .
Superintendent Dr. Israel Brodie, had ve- what he regards as the med- performance of a 24-hour elected position, nor, is tional leadership on the part of the sheriff can do
I toed the appointment. there any reason, such as a loss of private income, to more than a number of uniformed deputy sheriffs can
ieval view that the five books of grant special privileges or special consideration to any- do to interest boys to participate in worthwhile or- ,
Moses in the Old Testamentwere one, friend or stronger. ganization. and I feel that I can do this well with my
dictated by God to Moses. prior three years experience as director of this league
He believes that modern scholarship 2. 8. ENFORCEMENT OF LAWS.
ONE AUNITED SUNSHINE STATE has shown that the five For several years 1 have been telling of the need fora
books must be viewed as the re- separate child holding center apart from the regutar A citizen charged with a violation of the law or who
confines of the County jail. That need still exists and they are broken, it is a responsibility of the county's
sult of a long process of development I shall continue working for this facility when elected chief law enforcement officer to perform certain duties.
BUD DICKINSON in which different .human sheriff. These duties CAN be done in a courteous, humane
beings played a part. manner, and yet be done in an efficient manner. WeH-
3. FULL COOPERATION WITH ALL LAW trained dedicated deputy sheriffs who desire to be
Will Demand Economy ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES. career law enforcement officers with a decent salary
will provide and efficient enforcement of the
2 UF Grad of state and federal proper
There are a number city county laws
w agencies which exist to protect the public and to investigate a
Y- Students Get to the fullest extent of the law any violation 9. COURTEOUS TREATMENT.
IN STATE GOVERNMENT of the laws these agencies were created to enforce.
There will be full cooperation when the agencies have* /A, citizen charged with a violation of the law or who :
', FellowshipsTwo confidence in the Sheriff Department. has been ordered held for investigation HAS NOT been
: t :, convicted in a court of law. Therefore that citizen is
i- University of Florida,, 4. JOB SECURITY entitled to courteous, polite treatment by every hw:
< Qualified and competent law enforcement officers need enforcement officer, including those who serve as bookend
graduate students in Latin Am- must have assurance that their jobs will not be ing officers and jailors. A badge does not give anyone
erican studies have received placed in doubt or jeopardy should there be a change the right tq mistreat another person, no matter what the
C Foreign Area Fellowships to in the administration. These some officers also must be charge may be.
finance their doctoral research able to.advance in rank and salary, according to their 10. REHABILITATION OF JAIL INMATES. :.
ability to perform the responsibilities to which they are
.r overseas. I assigned. My administration shall not merely feed the prisoners .
They are R. Herbert Minnich,
i ;. IN-SERVICE TRAINING who are now being locked up in Jail cells There shall
assistant director of Latin Am-, be created a rehabilitation program for the inmates to
FRED BUD erican language and area stud- Every member of the Sheriffs Department must of a hie pnecessity them become rehabilitated to face up to their responsibilities -
ies in the University's Centerfor I continue to learn more about the work for once released. The county jail will not become -
which the Department is responsible and each officer a "Country Club," but neither shaN it remain
Latin American Studies, must continue to study to make himself or herself a place where human beings for the most part, are
I DiCKinSOn i. and Harold D. Sims, graduate prepared to cope with any emergency or investigation shut off from reality and the outside world.
fellow in Latin American his necessary.

tory.Minnich 6. SAFETY EDUCATION. ..'

CANDIDATE for GOVERNOR who is studying the There is a definite need for a County Safety Education Respectfully
jet car sociology of Latin American so Officer. His duties would extend beyond .the mere BOB JORDAN
cieties, will make a comparative -i showing of motion picture films or talking to civic .
clubs. He will! be responsible for bringing to the attention ,
analysis of two Mennonite I
of the site riff every traffic hazard and every unsafe : : :r .
immigrant communities located item for which the sheriff may be responsible. q; ,
in southern Brazil. j
; I t N .
Sim plans research in Mexico rt .

.- ..r.. ---- ----- 5c continuing his scholarly in- ,YOUR ACTIVE VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL,BE APPRECIATED .

vestgiaUons on the expulsion of ,:4. ;;"' = .-_ "," ..mon'r, _f I ,-.. ..t- 1l'!'>ii'p' d i
1. t. alU AdYertlslrg7I I
the Spanish from Mexico in the .

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i 8A Gainesville Sun Sunday,April 26, 1964

I in an attempt to get on the Re- fallen short of the required will continue his Investigation

\\ High Asks ,-. ACCIDENT ROUNDUP I Stassen publican ballot,.vowed to keep number of:certified signatures.But into what he called "unfair,
trying. Stassen told a Republican wrongful and highhanded

= ..,Involved in accidents reported and First Ave., 'at 11:40 a.m. Fifth Ave., short circuit at Loses BidSACRAMENTO editors' meeting in French Lick He did not say what the evT-
For Phone, .x: over the weekend. to the Friday. I Washerette.At The U.s. Supreme Court Fri- Ind., Friday night that he has dance was, or what his next

I Gainesville Police 'Department Donald T. Hodge, 914 NE Seventh 12:17 p.m., Main St. and I Calif. (AP- day turned down Stassen's ap- uncovered "new evidence" and step might be. h.-,
3Rate Cuts and Alachua County Sheriffs PL, and Gilbert L. Jones! Univ. Ave., generator fire in Preparations for California's peal for a place on the ballot I

Department were: Clearwater, in the 700 block, California's Supreme Court : .
auto.At June. 2 presidential primary returned I:::
S. Main St., at 1 4:20 118 NW had STABLE & DIGNIFIED :
By THE ,ASSOCIATED PRESS Kirby Green, lit. 2, and p.m. p.m., Friday, to near normal previously upheld Secretary ,
Mayor Robert King High of Franklin Delano Simpson, 1137 I Ben High, 1105 NW Sixth St., 22nd St, short circuit in tele- today. of State Frank Jordan's refusalto ,
>fliami demanded that Florida's SE Second Ave., at 4:30 p.m. and James It: Sunwall, 1139 NW vision'set in dwelling.Douglas But Harold Stassen,who stalled I list Stassen. Jordan said the 'Assessors

telephone companies give their Friday on 1.6 miles East of 25th Terr., in the 1200 Block of election machinery for two days former Minnesota governor had Keep your Tax ''stable"
NW 16th Ave. at 10:40 I office operating in a .
Gainesville 'State Road 26 a.m.
customers an immediate rate re on ; Leads I F s : and dignified manner. 'P .
of $15 million a
year. '
:Se. Scott Kelly presented him SW Frank 42nd William St, and McGraw Linda Chris-, 625 Peter Mockridge, 1401 W. 15-Mile Hike LUNCH WHERE YOUR ,FRIENDS LUNCH 'KEEP J. PIERCE.TllE _
self "the tymbol of Univ. Ave., and Sally Mont- WHERE? ..
as opposition -
tine 4. "
Proctor, Rt. at 4:08 pm :
1921 NW First Ave.,
to civil rights in Florida. PAWPAW, W. Va. (AP) -
Friday one mile west of Games SMITH
in the 1500 block W. Univ. Ave.
1 Rep. Fred Karl and Sen.John ville on State Road 24. '11:42 : About 200 persons, led by Su- temanella's70S t c
at ajn. Friday.
accused FYed'O. Dick
preme Court Justice William 0.
inson of falsehood and false Richard Bellamy and Tucker Bryant Thomas Castellow, Douglas, began a 15-mile hike WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE (Pd.Ad;:'
promises. Williams Jr., both driving Jacksonville, and Edith Lou
from Paw Paw to Little Orleans ,
Dickinson came out with a trucks for the W. & M. Con Killinger, 2835 W. Univ. Ave., Md., today.
claim that he could beat High struction Co., Williston, at 5:15 at W. Univ. Ave. and 16th Stat The hike marks the 10th anni
right In his own city of Miami. pjn. Friday four miles East 9:55 a.m. Friday. of the Chesapeake and
And the campaign for governor of Archer on State Road 24. Robert E. Green, Rt. 4, at Ohio versary Canal Association, which :

of Florida rolled merrily Donald E. Allen, 33 N. MainSt. NW Sixth St. and Eighth Ave., was formed after Douglas' 1954
Saturday, with the first at 9:31
along Thursday.
., and Rachel Hatcher Morgan a.m. hike from Cumberland to Wash-
primary election showdown just' Rt 2., at 8:56 a.m. yester-' Marcia Brown Bratcher, 710 ington.
ten days away. day at North Main St. and,NW 20th Ave., and Harold The canal's towpath skirts the
Last month, on instructionsfrom Third Ave. Franklin Wallace, 2046 NE miles
'I Potomac River for 184
the Florida Public Utilities Ninth St., at NE 16th Ave. and insists is We khowWhaLf : {
Commission, the Florida Power Susan Thorley, 1427 NE 23rd: Ninth St. at 8:24 a.m. Friday. along what Douglas
& Light Co., agreed to pass onto Blvd., and Danny Ryals, 3412 is one of the most beautifully
its consumers a $10 million ayear NW 36th St, NW 13th st., at! FIRE CALLS rugged river valleys in the na
savings resulting from fed- 10:40 p.m. ,Friday. 1 At 10:19,ajn. Friday, 611 NW tion.
eral tax reductions.
:High said be had urged the Tommy Lee Hankinson, 921 r4" M/4
SE Fifth Ave. on SE SeventhSt inci
commission to take this action rvynes <
in a telegram on March 22. at 10:48 p.m., Friday. t.

Saturday he sent another telegram Eudell Vaughn, Lake Butler, I
to Utilities Commissioner at 100 block of NW First Ave., at 1
Ed:: Mason, urging that the telephone 4:54: p.m. Friday. w, <

companies also come up Lacy C. Crosby, 1024 NE Fifth \ k Tjyies
with a cut, starting with their PL, and William D. O'Quin, Topue
next monthly bills.He said these 1227 W. Univ. Ave. at 1300 E. Florida
companies are "dragging their Univ. Ave. at'3:47 p.m. Friday. MARION COUNTY ESTATE : Gab Convicts F
feet. Edwin Verdecia 1223 NW Gwcr al CubanPleages1 =
u o r,
-Kelly, barnstorming around Fourth PL, at 500 block of W. War On pled. reulve Fishing Boat
MAY 7 .
west Florida, bore down hard on Univ. Ave. at 4:47 Friday. THURSDAY, 5EE; ( 'J 1-\11'.1.; ... .. a Skippers
p.m. 11rI
ALLAH his of u. "" 1Qy
: the civil rights bill. He told his Betty Peavy Green, 3511 NW \ or s 1 ct In tti.. t\\'II eme.\ '. CubaJJ WEsr BPD+Po"
Estate Jam
1:30 P.M.-Large Country on Highway 1edRed : "r
listeners that if they wanted ob P g captama fo.1b:
33rd PL, and Harvey A KellyJr. the ti1tY e"'neted m
200 just 5 miles south of Ocala city limits in the day t' of Poa 'ere oaths!u jail, I.
their voices heard in ? Florida e k f tIllS .bUIIaJd
Washington w
., Rt 1, at NW 10th Ave.; and famous Horse Farm area. "' ant.t a p. 1r At.r 3 rig 111 seatea., w QWd
in opposition to the bill, they Sixth St at 3:17 p.m. Friday. "S' ., ."fiDed S" told"'Serdar. PoDded'heu their be sas-
should vote for him. Jeffrey 'Weithorn, 16 SW This fine home has 5 large bedrooms, living room See Ire too hat next '1cI-Ja V.s. don.,Iiuea., 1rerw
-Karl, in a telegram to Dickinson Second Ave., and Huldah S. with wood burning fireplace, formal dining room, 'II. nes \ > q may closo _0 r
\ lose 0
accused him of making a Flowers'804 NE Third Ave., at 5 bathrooms, 4-car garage, 2 sun porches, do e '/e\IS C w r._.CdGo"
false statement that Karl had NE 10th PI. and 11th St at equipped kitchen, patio and many, many extras.A J\. C"ac, \Oyic\a ) QS/ro '
voted for the increase in automobile 3:17 Friday. 1? f N01
es eG\
p.m. for those who n\ s.III
beautiful home care .
license tag fees. James Henri Ingler, 3224 NW C\..a y r & ". "tO
"I spoke against this bill in 13th St, and Susan' Frances Spacious ground 'Ideal location. .. A On OJ\' xy o ts es x ,...r"''t at /Yl1e Qre lI '
the debate," Karl said. "On six Sheppard, 1431 N 17th Ave., "', ts 11- 'I' '' ;" $ ,
different occasions, I voted in the 700 block of NW 13th : .- Genens.... c.t..\ ; Je a 1 _' Coli.LAjj 4s./er/Qre
'a\II' .
against it. I actively worked to e *: .. f'f' $
St at 3:41 p.m. Friday. s t ta {Ian d n'5: U'a -r 4 Ma r dg .
prevent its passage." Donald Nevins azcr te6 1 \0" D..ifJ 14" fica $;:
P. TitusviPe National Realty&Auction Company' ;, flbat a ocls tads "t, 170'1.
Karl said Dickinson was "feeli and George M. Bradley, 2213 1300 N. Mills ORLANDO, FLA. GAfrfea 4-4571 ,. l1t,..... '$j '1'Ier' ..s oJ 'tillbJ: 1101 ire .r -'14.7t
1g the strain of the campaign" NE eighth St., -at. SW 13th 'Stand MIAMI FMnklm 4 053 OAYTQfoA Clint** -; ; -41i ..". 6. .> /4..1.0,ro.t.
and getting "careless in your Eighth Ave. at 1:45 p.m. LOUISVILLE KY JUniper +4047CoJI THE h }t1 j j wtlOUS Lawtn "a s 1I dos iS5SSfe&- /1 J; charges." He demanded a re- Friday. *
Vccotnwioua- ? t>* .
ttaction. Suzanne Holding, Marathon, or write for information & brochures.REELECT rres

Mathews, quoting from and Rowland D. French, 1225 'a1 S a Y \3 t&8*
Shakespeare, had this to say NE Fifth Terr., at NW 17th St G e J'J ..
about Dickinson, Kelly and Mayor .J.U '.., .. ...::;.: _
.. ... -. .:.:::<. Gen. TT.ynes.1'
.. .. ...t sa t
Haydoa Burns of Jacksonville ..ttt= ..t. .. Atty.
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They: are full of sound and fury -;:; -- ". .
.SUPPORT! -:::::.,- ;::::: Bonus
signifying nothing. 27Ii .. .:- .' ..;"
> UnlVerSl
Attua" .. a -- 'cf; a t
:Traveling across north FlorIda < ,1t -d bpypEltt .. ... Validate

from Jacksonville to Pensa- H. H. McDONALD At 04l0Q ,..-.,.. ., Trtovingl Circuit Court judge. w hq catt'a01 ,t ',

cola said pledges in a motorcade by Dickinson, Mathews and (Harry) 05 : ..!' l Off'or.uLAHASSEEcrt-altdatton\Walkers Son thedul pbI ectlons,'1T the
n- eounlnnll1Geu.'b: the
.either candidates to reduce b... mi>uon in :.10 .kame _

:ises.Florida taxes were "false, prom- J c ::;: '.#i 11'J faaafc usCircuit,-: AUf.It eounr'inn..bu"tlbuds"Ddlelf<.:,.,\: andproposetnY t/l&Ueu&.IS ...1ePPOO' :_.

:la Miami, Dickinson said the yourCOUNTY 'IJ>.l" .t u hours
.Kiwanis club and the Advertising x: fR L, Ctnal ute as enc y inenta.. date. there bas beesiII DO-:

Club of Greater Miami took I G NiY + 'lu We'COb.e outskle Tut challenge. of EduC... _
rd an Board
:straw votes and he beat out High I On nciew =: by The State <> of >4-
: the a
both times. He called this "food a z JUDGEHE r 'mow :, '0w w 4 oriel -avO its lion u rider unend ri1. "",, :
;fbr thought for all the voters in w G + a lri Noaetn ycrauw -
Florida:' ., ,.. :, : :ir'.a..u' +'' er ara y r; n01.tWoonSvN.rA prood. bf the voter/s.e.-_ tnillioa .
: JI1ed.J aDd mote troar.-
Burns campaigning across Kynes a\1J'. _
central Florida, noted that he De/ends
had been endorsed by the Pen- Slale's
sacola News and Journal and i I '' RI IS THE ONE Bihle

that the same newspapers .'. Ira" Reading NaG-
backed the present governor, 'k .q .. Law
Farris BryantHe WHO WILL SERVE .:::::.-- I # 'iI/1J
a.-..-,..,, rwr,"a"r'rrrr'i'. YY .
spoke against the trimester = 1.
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college system and the civil YOU BEST! .:
: : .
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bill. ._ .
rights .... .':;Ii$ "" "lJh
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MongoliaOusts BACKGROUND-ed cate in the schools of Alachua County and the ; ;{. ;- 0 c44, .-. ---- 7taealb "e &hi> ;Q.. .r"'r.
of loridcr.. v < : 'C'
i8 1."fUI. s' l4e ..!IItt
ChineseTOKYO ao
'.'. ,
>w., 'M":: ''
TRAINED AND EXPERIENCEDf: in which he now It. " 'Ir.
( a
APMongolia, n a OrdA .
Moscow's only Asian Commu- / ,
nist ally, has asked Chinese
Communist technicians to leave Av IIVC-fn all organizations close to his profession as lawyer and judge.

the country, the New China
News Agency said Saturday. INFLUENCED-ky he people who have 'helped to build this greatcounty
The first group of Chinesepersonnel .
left Ulan Bator by; '
train Friday and got a friendly!; TFIUIPFPFH-by the'environment of a great city, its churches schools.

sendoff, the agency said. ,and a great university.

;NCNA gave no reason for the
expulsion beyond stating: P'OSSESS'E-S-the spirit' that is attune with the'problems of-the people

I"Under an agreement be- their children.
tween the Chinese and Mongolian -
governments Chinese per- PERFORMS-all the' duties' and responsibilities of this very important 1

sonnel began to come to Mongolia office i :

in 1955 to help in the county's Your ACTIVE SUPPORT and VOTE Will Be Appreciated
socialist construction.

."Now they are sent home by Respectfully, Paid Potateol Adr?paid for by JCjmes Campaign Fund JonnJ Spencer Chairman
the Mongolian government in
groups in accordance with the H. H. (Harry) McDONALD PULL LEVER 10-A
desire of the Mongolian governrelent"
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: I N.ew Approach to Mental Health .. BE SURE!

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The concept of a community Congress. Following in their shortages of trained personnel, x.

approach toj ol v in g the 20th paths, the recently appointee treatment facilities and research -
Century's meni1health and interagency and advisory committees resources, as recent leg
mental retardation'problems Is on mental retardationare islative sub-committeemen have F-
tine which will occupy the just beginning to take parallel indicated. And the universitiesare

tjK>qgM5.w, !..energies of many action on community needs already looking ahead. SMITH"YOURCOUNry

Florida. -.. ., .-citizens, in weeks to for the handicapped. Thoughts and energies at
come. 'I Florida's share of Congressional -Florida State University are being cgs ?

As a top) -:priority topic on appropriations for state- directed toward an institutional 9 a
1965 state and national legislative wide planning in 1963 64 is survey of present mental _
agendas,4Us under scruti- $96,400 for mental health and health and retardation training

\ dy by FIorHai iivlc.leaders, $30,000for mental retardation. projects and related] graduate
wmakea, hysi i s Jnct.edu- Similarly financed searches in research in the human develop-

cators.wlth.an eye toward fu- each oL53 states*and territorieswill ment and social sciences suchas aj, *r.tt 3 TAX ASSESSOR
ture program needs and present increasingly focus the na education, psychology social .r r ac

program tion's attention on these twin welfare, criminology, nursingand <.: .,:
'" supports.mIlectlvely" ; problems, and the tasks facing sociology. e / f e
thtu.iA.I ea nf at'lanntJri) the nation's unversities.In .
nd"advisor v'_'Totncils'are > Floridar community and At the University of Florida VOTE FOR A MAN : ,
nearingthe .advanced state planning is concerned with emphasis is being ]laid on medi-

stages-ef eoni'mumty .m ei n4alhaalfh the.ra1es.higher: education must cal and psychiatric services WHO HAS
.. planning auffiorizeS :by play"frC:'diminishing the acute I:and research in the health sciences a:> RESTORED DIGNITY and clarity of purpose to the position
as evidenced in its re- during the past seven months.
--- cently announced intentions to
ET7"Vote for solicit a' multi million dollar Ic WHO
.. x QUALIFICATIONS: A degree i in Business
human development'center. .
WILLIAM' s., TINY r ; .. Administration from the ,University Florida; 14 years experience
Much in the same manner IS +> .
"" that'mental health.and retarda- : in cost estimating selling. and appraising of Real Estate in Ala-

tion have outgrown strictly medical chua County; is o Senior Member of ,the American Society of
concern, many programsand
TALBOT3WPERINTINDENT personnel of Florida's uni- S \ Appraisers. .
versities are already.involfed as

key .role players. in the interaction Tr- WHO HAS PROVEN HE IS INTERESTED in the progress and development .

r OF ,PUBLIC, I INSTRUCTION higher of education's commuiity resources.needs and of Alachua County by his active participation in Civic affairs promoting .

This multiple auxiliary Alachua County for 25 years.
support being provided by the Getting AcquaintedFlorida
universities in terms of per- WHO BELIEVES FAIR AND EQUAL TAX VALUATIONS in Alachua
sonnel, facilities and research-
i needs 1,200 more teachers as soon as pos- County will keep agriculture of
will have to increase immedi- a principal source income and will .
sible for its 36,000 mentally detarded children. This '
ately and continue to grow as means greater liason between universities and Sun- help encourage new industries to locate in this area.
Y state funds and national grants land centers. One future teacher is shown getting

become available. This is the acquainted with two youngsters in a Sunland cot WHO WILL CONTINUE to give courteous and efficient service to all.
concensus of all major studies tage playroom.

and reports made thus far; .- J. PIERCE SMITH WILL, .

i for the breadth of university,gists, therapists and behavor- Who's JUSTISS? I'

dependence extends to commu- lal scientists. The combined What's a j' APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT ON MAY 5thPJ.AJv. .
: II nity hospitals, clinics, mental efforts of these specialists, directed PUBLIC DEFENDER? [ '
COMPARE health and child welfare agencies ( .)
I at the discovery of men- Who CARES?
.. W. S. TINY AllOT HARRY EVANS exceptional child education tal illness in its earliest stages See orange, blue and cold handbill _
MAE .U cf fit. EDD U of FIJ. programs schools and treat and in the prevention of its I around town &Pd.Sun Adv.classified sec. .. More newspapers are sold every day than the total number of passenger cars' -
Age 45 Age 57 ment centers and social work progress, can do much to improve ]registered in the United States.GAINESVILLE. ..

EDUCATION EXPERIENCEIN offices throughout the state. I the mental health of a ,II ,.
ALACHUA COUNTY According to regional and na-:' community, according to the
tional commissions appointed to authorities.This I .
Coach and Class room teacher O Teacher U of Fla Gen Exten- study mental health needs, this ,.-., '
-GH$ S lion 1 year .
years .. .
it'Dean of Students GHS. 2 years. type of dependence will'increase does not mean the mass .
.Principal. Sidney Lanler Eletnentary '0 Director Vocational Education
2 years Alachua County 3 years because the nation's problemsfar production of semi psychiatrists .
.Principal Yrs. BuchhoK Jr. HI 9 teacher Has never or been Principal a class In room this surpass the specialized! say university officials. It L 'iWFI.rs ,' .. ." : ';; .;. .
Principal. GHi I years county. needs of the seriously disturbed does mean a concerted effort to : f' ; ..- '

CIVJC LEADERSHIP individuals who need the types train a wide variety of techni-- ST ....
.. Chairman March of Dime m Elected AAIcanopy City Council of treatment which'can only be cal specialists who, with the 'KAnOIAL :
Drive Defeated tor reelectionEDUCATIONAL .
.I Chairman Cancer Crusade given by a present count of close supervision and coordina- JjBAJC .,..-.
.. PsesMent. Gainesville Lions 13,000 board affiliated psychiatrists. tion of medical authorities, can
Club. Th*- Lions Club this year ,
has donated $1(00 to Scholarships assist in meeting a large number OF GAINESVILLE '
.. for Alachua County Students : of ,= -_.;.,: l"\ ) l'
under his LEADERSHIPS As the "community ap- the community's mental z ,
Recreation leader Sports official :i- ," .Ie
nroach" intends many more health needs -the-spot, there- .
Musician and entertainer I ta i. e.dos .: .I-
for many fyndraising proJects kinds of professional personne] by decreasing the number of aw. IwN iIV

w. LEADERSHIP must be trained for positions on persons who might otherwise :

President..Alachua County PrlnEducation committee C of C. mental health teams working have to be confined in state In- FLORIDA '... '
Unknown All Educational work I ..
clpals Association 2 terms. stitutions far from home and
with the resources and people of '
% .S. Board Directors State Prln- In public schools was before ,
dpels Association elected by.. ."WWII in another state family.
a given community psychologists '
--1t\e. Principals of this district
Board 'of Directors Florida nurses, social .workers -, STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS OF
"High\ Schoor Activities Assoc*- '-- :. ;
Tton.:This .elected district.by the. principals. ef r .,. teachers counselors, socIoloANYWHERE Today : A15Wnt '.
.. Member Education Committee
G'.dUe Cnember,of Commerce. w

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*ERHIP. Assured Today is 'Sunday, April 26, /'J ??9 *U > :: : .t.a; i '
the 117th day of 1964.. There .
ELECT .:. .
249 days left in the year.Todav's .;., .. ." ,,. .". -. _..-
W. S. Tiny Talbot Your Superintendent of Public Instruction 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd. -- '
PULL LEVER 24-A (Pel.Aely.) .
Phone FR 6-2514 hiehlieht in history! Loans and Discounts ... ........... .
I ? .. ......... $13,247,718.34 .
1 On this date J fir.i ,
in 1607, the I ..
English expedition to be able to Less Reserves for Losses On Loans....' > :: \ '' 27;677.14 ;<"'13220041.20 f

found a permanent settlement r
: HAYDONBURN5 in the New World landed near I Overdrafts: ..................................... ;. ..> S. I : : 318.14 : :
er. ; ; { .
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-- Cape Henry, Va. Within a few *' ,*" '* i "...* .
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Banking House, Furniture and Fixturesv 339,962.73
days Jamestown was laid out .

\ and the settlement building of began.the permanent Federal Reserve Bank Stock .................... ,\:: '; .% 63,000.00 :".:.._ .
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I On this date Other Real Estate .................................... ,. 30000.00 w

In 1785, naturalist John James Other Resources .........................:............ : S -* :; 17,926.13' .-
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Customers *. ..-- t 5 '
In 1925, Paul von Hindenburgwas Liability Under Letters -. _
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-- 1933, Hermann Goering or- U.S. Government Obligations ................... 8206215.72 ',-

ganized the Nazi Gestapo.In Other Bonds and Securities ......'.../..........- 1,996,104.95 :

: oVERNOR Army 1945 captured, the British the German Second I Cash and: Due From Banks ...................... 3644796.45 13,847,117.12 *..' '

city of Bremen. Total................................................... $27,780,865.32.,

Ten years ago The Ge- .

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years ago ,
---. .tt 'f Force announced that the satellite Capital Stock :......................................................................... $ 1,000,000.00
.:::. .\1 #. r April Discoverer 13, was believed, launched to have on Surplus .................................:............................................:..... 1,100.OO'I )( ( --
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.. .. 1 .# disintegrated.One year ago Soviet Reserves .................................................::............................:... 298,020.67 ,

: ., : PremIer Khrushchev reaffirmed I Unearned Discount ................................. ................,............... 354,097.62 .
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$t ment providing for a unified I Letters of Credit ..........................;.....................;..................... 262,500.00
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... !4 a gainst Lassiter ,Mason 55, 204 MEMBER. OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
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sy I The trial was set for Friday OFFICERS DIRECTORS .
r but was postponed. Mason was II
\'arrested April 16, pollee report. Gordon A. Taylor. Chairman of the Board James N. Anderson Jr.
'I He is free on $500 bond. I Charles B. Outen. President J. Milton Brownlee
I Edgar S. Miller. First Vice President E. Finley Cannon Jr.
:Tz- I I' Clarence T. Ayers, Vice President Sam T. Dell
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: t\ GAINESVILLE I Edwin W. Wood Assistant Vice President A Fred McDavid

r- : .. -tt I DIAMOND Louie G. Jones, Assistant Vice President Edgar S. Miller

.. -- I Royce L Shipp. Assistant Cashier Chas. B. Outen
:4 Robert E. Bamhart, Asst. Cashier C Addison Pound
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! r rf ;llF Splits .> 6'J::,9'b'v"tV' .! is .Yir '.I Champ V s. '

ry ; d.4,, 44a Spahn Masters : :

'="-' \ F z:3. y ChallengersDefending

1 Two TiltsWith y' I ;S4f ',: champion Rodney

,, Mandelstam of Miami
'I.- .3.5; .YR faced three stout opponents .
{ ,
at the start of the Florida LAMILWAUKEE

Xyy'y. b Intercollegiate tennis tournament Staggering

VolsBy '* qx t Friday. IrR are

I 4' n a ;yA' : Lex Wood of FSU, John .

F ''4 tt. '7 and
}1'Hammill of Miami Bill

By :MARVIN WEST Tym of florida.. Mandel
f' 4M' (AP) Mil- scored on Lee Walls' pinch dou- sixth when Eddie Mathews
Knoxville News-Sentinel stain and Wood play in the
'J waukee southpaw Warren Spahn ble with two out in the seventh. walked and came around on
Sports Writer finals today.Mandelstam .
I fired a four-hitter for his first The Braves picked up a run Gene Oliver's double off the

k I') (Special to the Sun) ,Y, v tR 6 ;. A..: .. victory of the season and No. off Podres in the second when right field wall, then nailed

ij KNOXVILLE Florida's baseball Gators, still very a';;3n 351 of his career Saturday as Joe Torre singled, took secondon down the decision by erupting

much alive in the Southeastern Conference race,.thun '3:& >:', a t. 'a pTrz ,t 6'LRQ-Frot&8ka the Braves dealt the staggeringLos an infield out and scored on for three runs with two out in

dered past Tennessee yesterday, 12-8, as Earl Montgomery .. Angeles Dodgers another Lee Maye's double.Milwaukee the eighth against Ron Perra-

i turned slugger.The y. 1'.S setback, 51. added a run in the noski.

iii second baseman whacked I were raking Danny Eggart for The Dodgers, who have won

4 a double and two singles for, 10 in four innings. I td only two of 11 games in defense *

three 'RBIs as Florida extended Eggart was,, the victim of circumstances J / y > f. .. +N dri q ra a4d 5v S/'yK 4ay a 4.. of the National League pennant, ..' .

I. f! d ;" suffered another crushing blow
its..league record to 94. The in the unbelievable ;2.t .'

showdown series against Auburn fourth. He faced 17 batters, seven : Ji".; when southpaw Johnny Podres J.:

11 is yet to come. of whom hit safely Danny n. j;; was hit ,on the left elbow by' a Injury Bug :

walked two and four other Vols Spahn pitch in the third inning. ,
The Gators ''
lost here in w
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Friday game, 13-3, and got were safe 'on.errors, ?ti, :1 Y 5x Leaves, Game '

soaked to the skin just for By Weather Podres, making his first appearance -: Flattening
r showing of the year:after overcoming -
up. "AU 12
runs were brought on
afro trouble left the
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by the weather said Coach -
> "We're still in the race and game. ;However: ,X' rays disclosed -

we'd be in great shape except Fuller. "The footing was poor only a severe bruise. Sad Dodgersset
.J for that and you couldn't' throw the ballif
muddy mess .in the
Spahn himself, shook off the
you caught
first game, said Coach Dave -
effects of a line smash off the
1 Fuller. "It was ridiculous to Jack Ervin U-Ts allconference bat of.John Werhas in the fifth MILWAUKEE (AP) Trou- Davis, the National League's

; play baseball in such weather." outfielder, set the Friday inning. The 43-year-old great bles mounted for the staggeringLos batting champion the past two

pace .with 3-3. Adrian Zabalawas Angeles Dodgers Saturdayas years, jammed his right shoul-
was hit on the left wrist. The
t All Unhappy strong'hi relief for Florida. 5 1.Y. ./, r. Yw 3: M'w" ball bounced over to .the' first pitchers Johnny Podres and der when he dived back to firston

All the Gators were unhappy I FRIDAY' GAME .a. baseman Oliver for the putout. Ron Perranoski: and left fielder a pickoff attempt in the sixth

l at once as they. yielded 12 runs FLORIDA TENNESSEE Tommy Davis were injured in inning. He remained in the
i t..R..a..v Spahn struck out four and
I" h rbi
I r a" r"fbi :, ,
r. in the same inning. Rain fell emJ1ey,3t 4010 Hudgens.2b' 3 2 1 1Duneanrf "ya .. ( ( walked only one. He lost a bid the Dodgers' 5-1 loss to Milwau game but could do little more
.t tr.;Y b.
freely all the while, 4000 Ervincf 3132 Y. K tu x than lob the ball throw
% Shannon.lb 2100 Neffjt" 5101Blomgrenrf 4qJ,, 4'afic 2 j : for his 63rd lifetime shutout on a
.12 Today Florida got even with 4 0 0 Thompsotklb 5122 kee.Los back to the infield in the eighth.
Mntomry.2b 3210 Axonrf 5 1 2. walked ana Angeles, which has lost
II a big inning, scoring eight in Porter 2000 Los
Prltchard 4211 nine of 11 games, already had Angeles Manager Walt

J the seventh for a 12-0 lead. But MorcrofUs Boyeson.cf .OO 4000 0 Movers Hodgson* 5102 4221 And Wood LOS ANGELES brhbi MILWAUKEE. abrhbi ace pitcher Sandy Koufax on Alston ordered Davis to the hospital -

Tennessee bounced back with! E art.p''0000 Ferretp! 4210 Wills ss 400 Alou-cf 4000 for Xrays after the
Zabalap3000 Gilllam 2b 4000 Mathews 3b 3100 the sidelines with an elbow in- game.
1( six in the bottom half of the Totals 30 3 2. Totals 31131210 T.Davis If 402 0 Aaron rf 4110 jury. Davis reported later the hospital -
Howard rf 4000 Cline rf 0000
u frame and the Vols Florida 010 0 00 200 3
struggledfor McMullen 1b 10 0 0 Torre C 4230 ) examination disclosed onlya
'ennesse* 101 1200 NX 1] W.Oavls cf 4000 Oliver Ib The Podres who
two more in the ninth. 4122Wertias 31-year-old strained ligament.
E-Pendley 2. Montgomery Morcroft, Gain State Net FinalsCAPE 3b 3100 Maye If 4023
won 14 in 1963 and a victory -
Thompson, Pritchard 2, Moyers. PO-A- Camilli c 3010 Boiling 2b 4000 games
l' With Dan Griffin going Florida 24-11, Tennessee 27-13. DP Podres p 0000 Menke ss 2010 in the Dodgers' sweep Alston said he probably would

!( against U-T lefty Hal Leffew, croft.Hudgens Montgomery Moyers and and Thompson Shannon.;LOB-Mor Willhite aOrtega p 1000 0000 Spahn p 3000 against the New York Yankeesin start Wally Moon in left if Davisis

{ Florida took a 3-0 lead in the Florida .. Tennessee 7. 3B-Ervin. 3Ervin. CORAL (AP) Top- Bennett of Florida State 6-2, 62. and won 2-6, 6-3, 75. bWalls Perran'sM p 0 1011 0 0 0 the World Series, was felled unable to play in the series
third. The gap went to 4-0 in IP HRERBBSO seeded Rod Mandelstam of the Tym defeated Richard Brayof Hammill defeated Rafael Os- Miller Tetals 1 p 321 0000 41 Totals 32575 i while making his first appear- windup with Milwaukee Sunday.

t the fourth and then came the Zabala Eggart (L) 4 4 10 2 13 0 9 0 3 1 .4 3 University of Miami defeatedhis Miami in his quarterfinalsmatch una, the nation's top ranked for a-Ran Willhite for In Padres 7th. In 3rd; b-Doubled: ance of the year. Perranoski, a left-handed relief -

outburst which chased Leffew. Ferrell (W) 2 3 0 34 teammate, John Santrock, 4-6, 6-4. 64. vanced with ease Friday, and Milwaukee ........._...._ oil 001 OJx-5 Sidelined' the last few weeks ace who had a 1S-3 record

Roy Gaylor relieved and retired WP-Ferrell.Blackstock. Balk-FerrelL U-Clapp and 6-1, 10-8 last night to gain the Wood beat George Shuert of the tournament's first female Los Angeles .............. .000 000 100-1 by a sore arm, Podres was hi! in 69 appearances last year,

3 nobody. Bob Applewhite, former SATURDAY GAMEt finals of the Florida Intercol- Miami 6-4, 6-3- in the quarter player, Ann Kimball, won a Mullen.Milwaukee 27-17. DP-Wills and Me- by a Warren Spahn fast ball suffered a bruised left thigh in

out FLORIDA TENNESSEE legiate tennis tournament. finals. match before she was elfin, E-Menke. Po-A-Los Angeles 2+10. when he went to bat in the, a collision with Milwaukee'sHank
Chipola ace, finally put a"r II rbl a" r b fbi Milwaukee 27-17. OP Wills and McMullen. Aaron in the eighth. Per-
t Second-seeded Lex Wood of The University of Miami I inated. third.
the fire. Creese.cf 5110 Hudgens.2t 311.1 apparently LOB-Los Angeles t. Milwaukee 5. ,
Duncan.lf 3211 Ervincf 5221 Florida State University ad- had the team title sew- 2B-Walls, Maye, Oliver 2. Podres. was taken to Milwau ranoski had to be relieved after
Porter .2 1 3 Neff.lf 4113 IP H R ERBBJOPodres
KOed Griffin Mntgery.2b 51 33 Thompson.lb 5012Blomgrerwrf vanced to the finals with a 6-4, ed up for the second straight Miss Kimball, No.1 player 1.01..2 2 1.1 l"0 kee Hospital where X rays disclosed : he gave.upct&ree more hits.
4 2 \ 1 Axonrf 5010Shannon. !from Florida defeated Willhite ........4 3 1 1 1 1 "We're kind'of "
5 The Vols sent Griffin to the .!b 3000 Pritchard.3b 4110 6-2 victory over Florida's Bill year with a six-point lead over Presbyterian, Perranoskl ..... 12-34 3 3 0 '2 a severe bruise on his crippled, Alston -

a bench .in the bottom of the .35 41 1JB Lowe.ss 1 000 Tym. Florida and FSU. Tom Doolittle of Rollins, Miller W.'i.11'...." 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 left elbow. It could not be deter-. said. "We'll just have to
? 1000 Spahn. 4 1 1 1 4
MorcrofUs 221 2 Aoyer s q
seventh. Danny Neff's triple rlfflivp \31 1 1 Hodgsonx 4100 Mandelstam and Wood meet John Hammill of Miami who 8-6, 2-6, 6-3, before she lost- to, HBP-By Spahn (Podres). U-Jackow- mined how long he would be wait and see about Podres and
: Elliott.. 0 0 0 0 Lettew.p 2020 fourth-seeded Tym, .6-1 63.. ski Crawford, Vargo. Forman.. T-2:17. out. Davis the same with Koufax
a was the big blow. Jim Elliott Gaylor.p 0 0 0 0Applewhite. today at 1 p.m. for the cham- recently defeated the nation'sNo. ; A-4.154.

finished The job for the Gators. a-Burpo ,, 1110 0100 pionship. 1 player, lost to unseeded .: : 7". ', who is back in Los Angeles be-

i Florida had other problems Totals 33121011 Totals 37 IIIIi Mandelstam had advanced to ,amateur, in the recent Good '-'Cf t' dig treated for a bad arm. How.

Friday than the rain. Soph- -walked for Applewhite In ttn. the semifinals with a, 6-2, 6-0 I Neighbor tournament in Miami. IN DRAKE. RELAYS ever, we don't think Perranos-
Florida ................ M3 loo too-12Tennessee ki's
will affect his
omore Bill Ferrell permitted ............ OOC 000 Ml- 0 triumph over Bob McCannonof Other seeded players ad- -' injury pitch '

) only two hits while the Vols Morcroft. PO-A-Florida 27-13. 'Ten- Rollins. i Bennett In Friday's first round. ing although it's pretty painful (

dC cry nessee-, Duncan.2714. LOB-Florida DP-Morcroft 3,, 'Montgom Tennessee Santrock, unseeded ,in the Bennett rallied, broke Ham- O'Hara Hopkins Stand Outnal right now" ,

6. JB-Porter, Montgomery. Ervin. tournament, had defeated Paul mill's service in the final set .j jAI
: 3B-Neff. SB-Duncan 2. S-Griffin. Morcroft.

Jim Maloney IP clllla Is

K Griffin (W) f 1.3 I DES MOINS,. Iowa (AP) In a special shotput, Texas&M's by Missouri's Don Smith of
Elliott' 2 2.3 : Major 'Olympic hopes miler Tom 0'
x-Leftew (L) 4 STANDINGS, Randy Matson betteredthe :Missouri in 1962.
Tames Giant y-Giytor Applewhite :0 3 : ,League] Hara of Chicago Loyola and NCAA freshman record with Mazza dethroned Danny Rob- ,Girls Champ

c x-faced 2 batten In. Gayle Hopkins of Arizona led a a toss of 64-1. The present markof erts of Texas A&M, who finished -

n ters In 7th. MBP-By wholesale record-smashing attack 63-7.was held by Dallas Long.Another second at 59.25'4.
oren) WP-Gaylor. U-Clapp and Simp ,
in the 55th Drake
son. T-2:35. won Lost Pd. Behind Relays The other returning individual Olynipics
double winner
Philadelphia .. 6 2 .750 Won Lest Pd. Behind Saturday. wasouston's I
of Rice
San Francisco ...1 3 ..700 ;... xCfeveland( .-r.4 1. .100 [ Geoff Walker who champion, Bobby May ,
CINCINNATI (AP) Pitcher Pittsburgh ..... 6 3 .647 Vi Detroit ........ 4 3 '.667- retained his 120-high hurdles title Alachua's elementary school
e2 CoIls Top Milwaukee ..... 6 4 ..600 1 Baltimore ..... S :3. ..625 V* O'Hara, making his first outdoor added the three-mile crown to I -
t Jim Maloney singled two runs Cincinnati ..... 4 5 .543 mt. Chicago .... ...4 4 .500 IVfc start after a sensational indoor the two-mile title he by an eyelash margin over girls joined their boys as Junior
..... won on Fri-
Minnesota S S .500 m
Louis ....... 6 5 J45 m
Saturday Ed Renfrow of Arkansas. Both
y across in the fifth inning Houston ....,..5 4 .455 2V4 Boston "....4 5 .AU 2zWashington campaign, uncorked a typical day's opening session. Walker,! Olympic champions yester-

andset the rampaging San Cards 4-2 Chicago.Los Angeles"..-.4.. 2 5* jU4.112 2W SW New York ........4:3 5 4 X4.42 2 2 arm-flapping stretch driveto clocked in 13:54.8, thus com were clocked in 14.3. day by scoring a narrow victoryover

S Francisco Giants down with six New York YESTERDAY'S...... 1 7 RESULTS.125 I ;xLos Angeles City..... .3 1 S 4 J73.200 JVixKansas 3 win a special Drake mile in pleted a sweep of the three-mile Among the relay team records Littlewood in the meet at

hits in a 3-1 Cincinnati victory. ST.LOUIS (AP-Rookie) Mike Pittsburgh 5, New York 4 splayed night, game 4:01: slashing more than four distance in the Texas, Kansas which tumbled was the univer- Harris Field.
New York 4 Baltimore 1
four mlle mark of 7:28.6.
Maloney collected the first hit Milwaukee 5, Los Angeles iCincinnati sity -
1)) Chicago 4. Boston 2 seconds from the meet record. and Drake
White, who had batted only :3. San Francisco 1 relays. The Alachua fifth and sixth
Detroit S. Minnesota 2 The event went to Missouri'squartet
Cincinnati pitcher this seat -
by a Chicago 4. Philadelphia 1. night
iz once before this season, hit a Houston 4. St. Louis 2. night. Washington at Kansas CIty. twilight Hopkins, a skinny-legged Ari- The shot of half-milers in 7:20.6.Missouri's grade girls posted 52 points to
in the fifth with the score Cleveland at Los Angelev nightToefas university put produced
son Today Games zona senior, got into the Olympic -
tied 1-1 and sent the deciding two-run pinch triple in the ninth New York (Hook 04 and Stallard 0.2) at a new Drake mark withBaylor's anchor star, Robin 50 for runnerup Littlewood, Ste
'ittsburgh (Law 04 and Schwall 1-0). Games picture a remarkable phen Foster third with 41
inning Saturday night, boosting. Texas' Dick was ,
Frank Mazza hitting Lingle whipped
V runs across. (2). Baltimore (McNally ,1..0) at Nur York 51-8 in the triple jump, missingthe ,
Houston to a .4-% victory over Chicago (Norman 0.1) at PhiladelphiaCulp (Ford 11)Cleveland I' 53-10V4, bettering the 57-11 mark Romo by four yards to the tape. High Springs, 21; Lake Forest,
( 0.1) (Grant 1-0) at Los Angeles national hop-ste -and-jump
tz Willie Mays singled the the St. Louis Cardinals. San Francisco (Hendley 1-1 and O'Dell (Chance 1-0 or Newman 04). 11; and Finley, 5. Archer, Hawthorne
mark bv 'only inches. ,,, .. ... ... ,
Ack- 1V4 -"" """ -- Y. f --
04) at Cincinnati (Porker 0-1 and O'Toole Boston (Spanswtck 7.7) at Chicago (
Giants only run across in Before Houston's four-run out Kirby Smith, Metcalfeand
2-). (2)Houston ley 0-0. i5I-8-waS almost two ii fJf ; ;f t.q.'Y ;.
I7 top of the fifth inning. Chuck burst in the ninth, the Cardinals'I (Owens 0.1 or Bruce 10at St. Detroit (Regan 1-1) at Minnesota (Keel ; ? ,. > Lanier failed to score.
louis Simmons 2-0). 14..) feet better than the former ; "
Hiller singled in the inning after Roger Craig had a 2-0 lead on I Los (Angeles (Ortega H) at Milwaukee ; Washington (Cheney 04) at Kansas City : 4 ':: :' 1#; The overall total for the two
Drake record of 49-9 set ; i1 :
(Sadowski 1-1). (Monteagudo 0.0\. byHouston's ; :
two were out and moved up as the strength of Tim McCarver'stworun ; 'J: meets found Alachua with 101
Jack in
Duke Snider drew a walk. After homer off Dick Farrell I Smyth :";' } 1, points to 78% for Littlewood, 57
Although O'Hara entered the
Mays singled Hiller home, Maloney in the seventh. Auburn Trims meet with dim hopes of crack. "- >--i "-; ;;"J. for Foster, 50 for High Springs,

got Willie McCovey on a I White's triple, off relief pitcher ing the four-minute barrier he ,'. ,,26% for Lake Forest; 21 for
9a .
line drive to second base. Ron Taylor, scored Eddie the. of agY.t .. Finley, 13 for Metcalfe, 8
rose to challenge early ..
The Reds struck back off Jack Kasko and Jim Beauchamp. pacesetters in the' special mile. ;, f; 3y y for Hawthorne and 4 for Archer. -

Sanford. White then scored on Bob Lillis' UF Trackstershis O'Hara, who had complained ju, .n yy. !, .
Coleman and Johnny sacrifice bunt Bob
.Gordy Aspromonteled Results:
of aches and pains last week, "/ ,.
Edwards walked before Leo off the inning with a single,
D caught John Camien of Emporia Fifth Grad
ig Cardenas tied up the game with took second on the walk to Kask AUBURN, Ala. (AP) A 47.9 mark of 1963. ,-Kan. State coming off the .. SO-yard dash 1. Alice Avant. Ala

a double to right center and Ma- and scored on Beauchamp's powerful Auburn' track teamturned Pete Roe of Florida won the final turn and sprinted to a four- ..,. 4. ffT : <,,3.chua Mary 2, Sue Sherry Griffin Cain.Foster High; 4 Springs. Susan;

11)' loney came through with his pinch-hit single. : what was expected to bea 330 hurdles in 38.6, easily yard victory Osteen. Lake Forest; 5. Rebecca Wea

game-winning single. Until the seventh, Farrell had close meet into a riot with smashing the 41 mark of Gary; Camien also broke the old ver.25-yard Uttiewood.sack 7 seconds.race 1, P.trtcaPressley

I The Cincinnati right-hander allowed only two hits. He held an 83-52 Southeastern Confer- Ashe set last year. meet mark of 4:05.4 set last tin Alacnua, High :3 Springs, Kathy; 2.Nolan Llndy Uttie Mar.

'r now is 2-1 on the season. the Cardinals hitless until Mc ence meet victory over Florida The Florida freshman won, year by Dyrol Burleson with a .. wood Marilyn; 4,Rimes Louisa Alachua.Frost Umewood 0 seconds.i,

Ir The Reds played without their Carver's one-out double in the here yesterday. I 9-6 4:01.6 clocking. Early in thrace Broad lump 1. Becky Palmer,
'"' ,
Utflewood; L Patricia Zetrouer Lit-
a center fielder, Vada fifth. Several meet fell set by Pat Foster Bet.
regular l records 100-dash 1. George Leach Florida the pace was .tlewood: 3. Gall Cetton. ; .
t Pinson... who has a pulled leg Night' Came .. and there were three double ,J (meet record; old record ,... Jackie McNeal of Kansas State anRay Sty Jo Hunt.Bobbins.Alacnua Lake(tie)Forest. a feet; and 2 Inch.Kathy

J muscle and Frank Robinson was HOUSTON u ST. LOUIS ah vh .hi winners. Creel.Florida.Auburn.3, Selwyn 1952)Otalker 2. John Florida.Anderson .Stevens of Nebraska, with e*. Stephen
Softball throw 1. Susan Fry.
hairline fracture esx411 1 FlOOd Cf 4000 rzo-aasft 1. Leach. Florida. 2U1. 1. fourth fifth. Lit
LEns Reaves
hampered by a 4000 Croat ss 4111 Florida's George Leach Anderson. Florida. 3. Pete Roe. Florida410nm I O'Hara running or Foster; 2 Nancy Lttflewoodr
Fox 2b tlewood 3. Edie Cofrtn
,of his left index finger. Wynn tf 3111 W. White. IB 4 0 0 0 I'streaked to j victory in the 100 2. 1. Jerry, Smith" Auburn 47J.. On the backstretch. of the fi-i *, Deborah; Johns Lake forest; 5.
Roe Florida.
4 ,., 4000Aspro'nte Wade CUrT1nSton.Aubum. -
Bond rt 4 .3.0 36 Elizabeth Snuler Lake Forest. M7 feet
Camien ahead
1 FRANCISCO CINCINNATI 3b 41 1 0 James It 3110 and 220-yard runs. His' 9.7 in charged ,I 200-yard relay 1. Alachua (Verdia
; SAN abrhMHrer Runnels Ib 3010 Shannon H 1 111 Mile. run 1. Charles Patterson Auburn followed closely by O'Hara. But! WUU, Kathy Clark Sherry Schomeid
broke the meet recordof 4JSJ.
the 100 2.
312 2 Ray Klrkpatric Auburn.
McCarver c
41 l S Rose 2b aKasko Alice Avant; 2. Llttl wood; X Hfgit
21 ,
411 0 10 Lewte rf 2' 0 0 :3 Charles Goodyear, Florida. the little Loyola redhead cut Lake
Snider rf 3 Ruil 3 Crate C 9.8 set by Auburn's Jackie Two mile Springs; 4 Foster; 5 Forest.
2b 31) 0 rut i Charles Patterson
Keougft cf 1010 Staub cf 3000 Javier 2t.2 seconds
4011 around the last
MayscfMcCovey M 3020 Robinson rf 4000 bB'auch'p Ib 1 1 1 1 Craig p ISIS Creel in 1952. Auburn, f.:4U (meet record. old record down Camien Sixth Grade
3111 2 1 Bateman C 2000 Shantx p 0110 t:4L2 Whiney Overton Auburn 1S2) turn and won easily. 50-yard dash 1. Debbie HyMabFatter
Cepeda Ib Coleman1bb 0 IWoodeslfk 2. Dan Storey Auburn. X Tommy HerrelL -
00 00 1 tlC cSpangler 0000 Taylor p Tom Mitchell of Auburnwon X Micheie Capiey. Alachua;
boDellKuenn J' 01 1110 Florida. : "I was just running to win"said PoweH Sue
0 010 Edwards C p X Margaret FhMey;
IbHalter 4000 Cardenas ss 3111 Farrell p 2010dJULWhtte the triple jump with a leapof 120 high hurdles lr Benny Smith. I Griffin Utflewood; S. IM" .
c Auburn. 15.1. 2, Tom Christopher: Ao- O'Hara.Hopkins ...
If 3010 d 1 1 12 Alachua. seconds
Hart 3b 4000 Harper p 3022 Totals J1 17 4 TetaH 30151aWalked 45-8%, to break a past recordof burn. 3, John Wallace. Florida. was in brilliant formas 2S-yard sack. race 1, Debbie
pa g.$1 3 0e0Maloar for Runnels In tth b-Singled 45-7 which he set last 330 hurdles .. Roe Florida 3M I Coker, Alacnua: 2. Wanda Taylor,
Sanford pDuffalo 2 for tttu Sacrificed tor year. (meet record, old record 41, Gary Ashe the Davenport, Iowa, high Alachvaj :X Linda BaHey Lakewood;
14 aM.AkMf 1000 0000 Batemn NiM 4 Tripled for Farrell Mitchell also won the broad Florida. 11) 2. Smith. Auburn. 3, aw 4 Karen wnkerton, Foster; S, Susan
p 1 ttfk Roberts. Florida school product went an out for ;$afkQ. Foster. 7.1 seconds
cJ-Alou Tetau 32 1 6' Tetata 30473. HeiMien ............ _.". 101 lOt ...-. jump. Broad lump -. 1. Tom MItchefl. Au, the home folk. Broad Jump 1, Susan Frost lit.tlewood
Crounded out In 1or Wu Sanford c-Struck In 7thj b.'C out St. LENone.* ........._T...... lOt 1M 2fII-S Charles Patterson of Auburnwas burn.Wade Cwrrinstorv 23-JVu 2. John Auburn.Plant.. Auburn.- 3 He topped 50 feet on an six Susan ;Stidham X Janet, Alacnua Kirby, Alacnua 4. Sandra; 3,

It.nfor Cepeda.. tt1LS" PO-A Houston 27-14 SL Louis 9:46.2 to take Trip**' lump 1, MHcheH Auburn Hansen, Littlewood .. Leigh .....
In clocked at
tor Duffa1 17-11. DP-Groat. Javier and W. Whit 2. 4S4Vk (meet record. old record. 45-m of his triple jumps.His best was Foster. 4 J feet
frMC ICe ..... ....,. ..00010 00*-1 LOB-Houston 7. St. Louis X the twomile'record .in record Mft IeII. Auburn ItO. 2. Harvey John under the NCAA I. Softball threw 1, Mary Qulren.I .
Cincinnati ................ lOt 030 Ofc>-3E.w.IIer. 28-Bond 2. McCarver. 3S-M. White. ston. Auburn. 3, Wayne Williams, Au- just IVi Foster; X Charlotte Yarbrough Foster
4 ro-.tIo Sea FnnClau 344. HR-McCwver. Farreli. Craig. Wy' %. time, beating the past mark of mark of 51-9 set 'by Luther ; X Becky Foster Lttttewood; 4.
S. C1nclnMtl 27-10. DP LOb Maloney- San, Fraan*- Spangler, UMiI. .IP H It ER" SO 9.481 of Whkey Overtea of id.High. 3.-2H.lump 2,-Johnston 1. Lamar Auburn.Stephens 3,,.Mike F Hayes of Southern California in It's Heave-Ho! for feet Patrician 3 inches McClcnnon Lake Forest; S.
Md Johnson. Happy-
comas Dosch. Florida. Harriet Shearous, UttJewood. 12S
6. Farrell W, 2-0. .0 S 2 2 1 Auburn set in 1950. Patterson
Cincinnati ,
.CiSCO _y Pas. Caratr Woodeshlck: ..1 1 1 1 1 2 Shot put 1, BUI BraswdU Auburn. 1961. 200-yard relay 1. Alacnua' (Elam
28 Mr.Ct/lley.McCovey.Cepeda Rose. I, xCrafe .. 0 7 1 1 1 4yShantz clinched the mile run, too. 47-tto. 2. George Mann Adburn X Wayne The Olympic triple jump record LewIs. Susan Stidham, Linda Griffin,
dens.<< SB- "It ER" SO L. 42... 0 1 2 I Waldrip. Florida. 11-year-old sixth graderat Michel Capley) and Foster (Debbie
.... .*II" J J .... ..... 1 1 1 i 1 i In the 440-yard run, Auburn's Javelin 1. Pete Skaffe Florida. 20f- is 55-1% set by Poland'sJoszek :Mary "Happy" Hylton. Charlotte Yarbrough Ann
Sanford UM \ \ Tax-Face. In ttti Faced 2 10. 2. Benney Smith,.Auburn.3.Johnson Foster the softball throw in yesterday's Stewart Happy Quinn tics 3 High
DuffakAalon.Y. .......-:3 S" i iSmith. .I man ; y- Jerry Smith was timed"at 47.8 Auburn. Schmidt in the 1960 Stephen won Uttlewoodj t. .
r / U-WIUI.ms.W .1-: PekkOUdes.tltati f 1 1 Gr- HHBtiByy%Craig (FoxJt.Inor, Bar.nek in a winning effort This beat .Dtacus -U Tony Dasceltt. Florida. 148S. Games at Rome. Junior Olympics. (Sun photo). 21aacah0i
T-2:2S. A-4 27" Donated( LMdes. T-2:21. AIUN. 2. MaN\, Auburn i Don Bergnman.

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1 Gainesville Sun Sunday, April 26, 1964

: j skinny Kid' r. Turns :'into :;Giant Miler r

; ." Ruta Seruhe Center

Out around" MarshaHtown Iowa, the corn grows tall, there '.. .' .. '.1:,:,' ;' versity of Florida, coaching ,staff) has been a big help. But G..Step SLeppay.AI Tar C.Needt'N
y are hills and dales and they take their football and basketball you have to"find your own faults and overcome them after a t1iK..rtw.rrl.6.

1 seriously at all levels;. from grade school right through the certain point Coaching can:only go so far. davits
i college ranks. ,Moore said physical fitness is the prime reward of track. / WMI'.IYOU
He competes in cross-country in the fall (last season he finished Is1U11 31101.
I It was there some five'years ago.that an eighth-grade youth .G1-
second In the state AA race), lays off between seasons,and
made his decision. He was too small for football, didn't play
1 picks up track "1 had Ideas of going at it all around,"
; well at basketball; but he wanted to participate in something.So .
he went out for track. And he accomplished exactly he said" "but I got a job last summer and had to give up that

I nothing. idea.It would seem to follow that the GHS runner's premier goal
Came the ninth grade. The youth had nowhere else to turn.
So he be the fastesthaU.miler would be to break the four-minute barrier in the mile. Not so.
gave track another try. He turned out to "
j on the team. Carr,of Whittier: Calif. "My main goal, the one I've had In mind ever since I was a

Armed with the knowledge that he could do something bet- Moore Is a firm believer in track as booster for indh7d.: sophomore," he said, "is to win the marathon race in the

ter than anyone else, although a time of 2:15.0 for the 880 is uals. "If you believe you can do good, that's most of the Olympics."
there are"many Olympic and world record TUBELESSNYLONS
battle. sure ,
I far from earth-shaking even for a freshman, the man
j went to work with a will.Story holders around If they'd just, get oat and" try something. In It's Mere 26 Miles
high school or college.But they never do.

I Just Starting The old Spartan days of track don't quite fit into Moore's > For the benefit of sports fans who may not know how far the

planning as far as diet goes. "I eat a good breakfast on the marathon distance is, it's something over 26 miles and it's

r"'T------'- !J- He was .better as a sophomore day of the race, whether I'm hungry or not," he said. "It's run' in something like ,two hours, 15 minutes 15.2 seconds

... ( and 'then the family moved bacon, eggs, grits, cheese I also eat a good lunch because ((1960 Olympics). '
,.; that's where the energy for the race is going to come from. Why the marathon?
t, to Gainesville. As ,a junior You"only have to.watch the greasy food and milk." "Well, we have to take the Russians down a peg," he said. '
with the Hurricanes of GHS he "The marathon is usually considered their event." I

d developed into one of the Early Coaching HelpsMoore Along with ,his' lofty track goal, Moore wants to become a
doctor. He leans
state's finer middledistancerunners. toward surgery.He .
As a senior for the said track hopefuls can learn much when they first already is off and running toward carving. himself a
Welsch of the Uni- bright future. '
start. "For example Mr. Welsch (Walter
Purple and White in 1964, he I I
w x has become a "hot" prospect,
+ one of the nation's finer scholastic -
But the -
runners. storyof

1 carrying Merrill just Moore 142 ,pounds a lanky on his 6-2 '"' ';f;, ._ Wave VictorIn

$. body frame and topped with ANY CAR

.-' 't %' I dark-rimmed glasses, is just s yt

? ? getting a start 1 .
\. ) It was a 'month ago this N
ilil \\ :;; I1 I week at the. Florida Relays SubGroupP.

that Moore startled track disciples
when he ran the mile In ---
he has a goal : M
j 4:20.2 and finished second to ;; 'y K. Yonge pushed over a Rob Hansen hurled the win,
Mike Synyard of Atlanta as the latter did 4:18.9. Moore's run in the bottom of the sev- giving seven hits, walking three
time was the fastest ever reported In the mile for a Sunshine n enth inning to gain a 5-4 win and fanning eight. Solley and
State runner. The listed state mark is 4:25.0. i ua over Jennings Friday'night at Hansen each had two hits PRICE !

Shortly thereafter, Moore found himself at Jacksonville Lee ,F. + Harris Field and capture the for PKY while F. Burnam and
f track on a drizzly, cool night. Most folks would run for cover. 4k x sub-group baseball title. L.Burnam had two hits each

1 Moore ran in circles for 4:18.0, his best ever performance. g Both the Blue Wave and Jeer for Jennings. The latter club- Y
nings will advance to. the bed a two-run homer for

Scholarships Await 13 group tourney next week. The Jennings in the fifth to give
V group meet pairings and site the Panthers their 4-3 edge.
Track, as in life, is .a continuing type drama. Each race Y will be announced later. Q <
Hansen his
f unfolds another chapter that holds the promise of new excite The triumph was the 13th boosted PKY aP<
ment, endeavor and accomplishment. in 14 games for PKY. Jennings batting mark to .438 with two

Now, with schools such as Florida, Clemson and Furman got off to a 2-0 lead, the safeties. Tommy Stalnaker' is
standing in the wings, scholarships at the ready, the prospects Wave fought back to lead 3-2 batting .412, Solley, .359; and _

are bright that the future stretches almost unlimited .. : and then saw Jennings forge in Marcus .359 for the Wave. _

for the studious GHS athlete.: front again, 4-3, with two runs Jtnnings ab r h rbl P.K. Y. ab r h rbi
Bat let Moore carry fans through a typical practice day. z __. in the fifth. PKY tied with a F.J.B'ts Bf'm.3b Ib-ss:3221T.4000 Solley Hn'sn.IS 1b 4022 4220F.
It's only 90 minutes a day;.fdf the:-'GJIS star' Merely calisthenics w run in that frame and won it LBr'mss-p4222A-Lon. Bi-m. 3b 3 2 2 0 WIegman, cf 2 1000 01 0 _

jogging the uossoCo ntry.-course ':(two 'miles), _run in the seventh. Bur'nte 2b 3010 Marcus e :3011
straightaways ,(six laps) and then working-on! the specific Rusty Marcus singled in the Jon. Bates Deas. cf 3 2 01 0,0'2 Oen'son Stearns, If 3t ::3 3110H. 01 1
items for the day- either stretches,220s or &0s. T winning run for PKY. It came 'Seepn, rf 2000 Rodgers rf 31 1 0
Jim Deas c :3 0 0 0 Wag low. 2t 21 0 0 71
How does he run a race? on the first pitch thrown by I R. Hn'sen, p2000
i "I try for about a 62-second first quarter," he said. "Then I Jennings relief hurler La- Totals 24 4 7 4 Trials 275104
Jennings ..........
like to hit the half-mile in.aooijt,2J06.Q: .If I can*.I.try to keep vonne Burnam. Starter Don P. K. Yonge ...... 2000200 12001015100Daniels 71 r
the same pace in the third quarter. Then I like to kick and Holding The Leash Tyre put the winning tallyon I I 6.40x15
go all out the last 440 yards." base. 6.70x15

". Don Carney demonstrates how to hold the leashon Tom Hansen and Robert 7.50x14
There AreT'lVfistakes\ his German Shepherd, Storm. Last week's picture Stearns tripled for PKY and 6.00 x 136.50x13

t There have been the mistakes. did the first quarter in showed Carney fitting a choke collar on Storm Ronnie Rodgers and George
t 58 seconds in the Florida Relays," he said. "But I don't thinkit but was erroneously described as holding the leash. Solley doubled to give the Blue Tops AFLRushing
hurt me. I had no idea that Mike Synyard was such a fine This week Harry Hatcher explains heeling in the Wave four extra-base blows in 1
runner. And I had no idea of what kind of race he would second of a seven-week series. (SUI Ph8f Oy EMi Darts) a 10-hit attack.
: "
{ run. A
Moore led all the way for three laps that day. Synyard
stayed behind and then put on a burst o>(speed topaS:Moore Dogs Taught To Heel Left NEW YORK (APClem All Mica 1Ws 'HeNl 'u tt
4 and shoot from 10 to 20 yards ahead at the start of the final
Daniels, Oakland's fine halfbackset
t lap. Moore almost wiped out that advantage in the final 220 NO MttffABIE EXCHANGE
a record of 1,099'yards in

7 yards."It takes a lot oat of you psychologically to have someonego For More Than One ReasonHUSKY winning the American Football. #Ir HEEDED!
by you that fast," Moore admitted. "If I had known how League rushing championship.The I

good he was, I would have stayed behind him, probably in official statistics, released
second place. I think I could have beaten him then." By HARRY M. HATCHER JR. while he alternately lets the be held (as discussed previously Saturday, show runner up Paul

That's Moore's accepted strategy. If he feels there is no Training Director leash out and takes it in again. ) in both hands. The trainer Lowe of San Diego gained 1,010 1NTHGUARANTEE
opposition (and he has had little this season), he goes to the German Shepherd Dog Club yards but carried only 177 timesas :: .
The dog should be patted, commands, "Lassie heel!" and A_37.1 .....h..A1___,;. .. ..
head of the and compared to Daniels' 215.
( pack runs his own race. If he has a dangerous Of Alachua County !
s' competitor, he'Ulet the other fellow, set the pace then try praised, and talked to, and steps forward briskly after the
Keith Lincoln of San Diego
j to beat him with the finishing kick. ,Heeling means that -the dog when his attention strays, he word heel The left hand gives had the best the e NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS

F "You have to stay back until you think-you-can: pass without must walk on the trainer's left I should be given a sharp slapon the leash a sharp jerk forwardin top'ball carriers average, picking among up 6.4 FREE Services : ::.
trouble when "
a you're running a good Moore said.
opponent, side with his head close to the the rump or jerked with the the direction of travel (not yards each try.

Has trainer's left knee.A leash uP in: OM Law Price For These Sizes
Eye on, THE RecordThe to make him watch the the air) immediately aft- The 1962 rushing champion, L ;

ii dog Is taught to heel on trainer. When the dog keeps er the 'command, but it is then Cookie Gilchrist of Buffalo, fin- 7.10x1S II71 1371 I
7 GHS senior is going to try and lower his 4:18. He has the left for more than one rea- the leash slack of his own accord -slackened immediately.It ished third with 979 yards but L00x14 7.40113
his eye on.the national mark of 4:08.7: set last by Dennis M
year he led the league in number 'of
son. The original purpose was and 'when he responds to doesn't IF YOUR CAR IS LISTED HERE '
make much difference
C to keep the 'right hand free the slightest 'tug of the leash, rushes, 232, and in touchdowns I IMMKa
which foot the trainer a
( Mr. Brick when the dog was used in police the trainer commands, "Lassie,! uses on runs, 12. He also set single

Steps work. For the dog ownersof. heel!" and pulls the dog around:mand to step is forward used because when the com- game records in the Bills' Dec. .._ YI.U 1H2-61 V-6 MOO s.-.I I' ___Pa1C11.kk. f 0.11
1I .today, since most people are left the dog 8 game with New York by car- 1.kk- .. ; Y S.. .I :
I to his side with his left the e.kk == :t3 Y::Skl.k ==:::: :nCIt.YI''t
is obeying command and rying 36 times for 243 and _,. _,
there is less in- yards .lrs4'43Moss Model '.71
hand. i ...._._ ___....
i not the action. c-.t. 1J60All Mod.k '.71
1l terference from the dog with five touchdowns. D.4._.1HO."43 Dwk _ _'.71
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him on the left side and out of :' When the dog steps out of When the dog catches up with Lwg O.d DM.--.._1960 M..1. -_ '.71
line the Alt. Yard Oabt Pel.r. Oil
command is Avf.
the way. I reapeated the trainer, he should be.patted 1. Daniels, Oak 215 I09t 74 5.1 pNe.- 19sS-30 C.r..t 0.71Lrd..137..3 :
t Right handed people have and he is again pulled back.I and and told J. Lowe. SO ....177 1019 M 5.7 -IL.. ...1"-4J .AIt All M.d.ls Modele '1.71.71
praised "That's it
:He must be made to understand 3. Gllchrlst, Buf 232 *7t 32 4.2 a M ._1H'-4J -.- ,-...,...._ '.71
more control over the dog dur- Good boy." When he too 4. Lincoln. SD ...121 126 76 4.4 ,, '',1961.63 M.nMrr 0.71oN.n.NL
Stepping StoneBy that the command "Heel" goes 5. Can-on Bos. 179 750 47 4.1 :::,1N643 r-u .._.===== ..77
1 ing the training period if the 411d..Nl.. .61 .. ._.. ,
far ahead, the trainer should <.Tolar, Hous. 14 45' 33 3.4 Jet II '.71
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means to stay on the left, closeto 7. Joe Den. ... 154 449 68 4.2 0Iv..tic. 1H0-62 soup. .v.rr .71
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I up up i. McClinton. KC 142 SAJ 34 4.0f. ...... ,
the trainer 1960.63 All Model! '.11
and the'dog is trained to walk even though the Smollnskt, NY 150 561 54 37. ..
KELSO STURGEON with the dog. .... .. ...
The same holds true for Geology trainer be stillQuarter 10. Stone Denver 96 M2 3t 1 t p0 ss1 is w.p. U4 Tbo.J.vWr1Nhann
on the left. However, there is may standing
Louisville, Ky. (AP) Mr. the fourth horse. no reason why a dog cannot be Turn I I

Brick, a strong second to Quad The winner paid $-1.20, $2.40 trained to heel on the right sideif

rangle in the Wood Memoriallast and $2.20 as the favorite. The ,the owner wishes. Next, a quarter turn is madeto .... _4t
the left, and the dog is again I .. -.. .
week, defeated four other Scoundrel returned $2.60 and Get Attention told to heel as he Is motioned BANK BY MAIL --

Kentucky Derby eligibles in the $2.20. Dandy K. paid $2.20 to Before the trainer begins to back into place. Then 'a step
i Stone Purse at show. he
Stepping teach the heeling is taken to the right and the
Churchill Downs Saturday. must the dog's attention and
Mr. Brick and Dunfee each get same thing is repeated. I
it the training'period.
keep I I
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carried 122 pounds, three morethan The trainer must If the dog's attention is on'
last for the May 2 Derby, I
.I saw prep the rank outsider Geology the others In the field of acquire a certain freedom of the trainer, he will stay closeto I SEAT BELTS

lead for the first fiveeighthsmile five. the leash a oneness betweenthe the trainer's side no matter;! Mothers
dog and himself. where he moves. Now,with the ;l
in the seven-furlong sprint.
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1t But jockey Milo Valenzuela Billy The best way to do this is for dog in the proper heel position I II a 1 1i
had Mr. Brick moving as they the"trainer to play with the dog on. the left side. the leash should I II I I s

rounded the stretch turn and I British I 1 !, Meet state, federal
d he took over from Geology as and S.A.E. require.

they straightened out for,home. .
ments. Assorted colors.
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z claim Jockey Larry Gilligan, British tennis ace, defeated,Cliff THE, ISLANDER > r,..;..,
aboard the Scoundrel. Gilligan Drysdale of South Africa 6-3, We 1 EXCLUSIVE PRINCETON

; claimed Mr. Brick interferedwith 1-6, 6-1,5-7,7-5 Saturday for the : ABSORBERS
him in the stretch drive. British hard court title. Knightwas ,Use our 'bcnk, -by-moil service to make i I SHOCK
The Scoundrel finished second. the defending champion. I:
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dropped about 12 lengths off the ,
in the fourth-'set, saved two !I normal banking hours .Another Florida ii
pace, finished third. 6-Wheel !:\\9 Saves wear tear on car.
match points and won seven I I '
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drel as they neared the finish. '
Mr. Brick covered the seven- Ann Haydon Jones, another I fIcrict
furlongs la 1:22 4-5, just.4-5 sec- British left-hander, also retained -; I

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Sunday, ,April 2o, i>u4 Gaine&viue Sun G3'r


t r "! ir Cubs Stop .' Hot T "Pliils; I


PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Andre -and Jackson threw a wild pitch gin the third inning. Then Lou,bled the ban trying to pick it

Rodgers' two-run homer that cost him a run. Brock beat out a bunt and went I'I I up as Stewart scored.

a and four Philadelphia errors- Philadelphia's Bobby Wine, to second as losing pitcher Dennis
d three in one inning-carried the who also made an error in the Bennett threw wild to first. I The Cubs' other run came In

I Chicago Cubs over the Phillies ,second inning, fumbled Stew the'fifth when Brock doubled to

4-1 Saturday night. 'art's routine ground ball to be- After Billy Williams flied out, !left, went to third as Williams

I Santo hit a dribbler down the I grounded out and came home onSanto's

Rodgers' home run, his third first base line, and Bennett fum [ fly.
this season, drove in Ron Santoin I A's Defeat
the eighth and helped boost
Larry: Jackson to his second

r i ; 'iI victory against one loss. WashingtonKANSAS

Corn Growers. ;
The Phillies threatened in the .

p t 4.., ninth, loading the bases on two CITY (AP-Home

singles and a walk withone, out. runs by Rocky Colavito and

Y But Lindy McDaniel relieved I rookie Dick Green powered Jef HigMl Yields

Jackson and got Clay Dalrymple Kansas ,,City to a 3-1 victoryover

"ao. r : ?r.. to force Tony Gonzalez at Washington Saturday
the and struck out Wine. night.
Bucl llolz's Athletic ChampionsThe plate Green's home run, which followed with Du Pont
I The Cubs also had their prob- Colavito's single in the

f football, basketball and track teams at Buchholz! Junior High School won city titles in those sports Stewart lems as committed second baseman two errors Jim fourth inning, broke a 1.1 dead .., '

his season. Members of the various teams are shown. Front row, from. left, are Jeff Cannon Jack lock. Colavito smashed his first NIIGIIEEw :

Jougherty, Herby Bohannon, David Wilson, LaRue.Lickey, Bice Hope, Tom Soxman, Sidney Hazen, Rusty Night Game of the year,in the second.

/'rancis, Leander Dampier and Phil Hawley. Second row, from left, are Phillip Norwood, Henry Magee, CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA The Senators scored in their aJ yes IAN

''!>avid Hunter, Wayne Acree, Frank Douglas, Frank Salisbury, David Fender, A. J. Land, Wayne Davis and Stewart 2b krkM 5000 Taylor/ 2b alt 4010 r It III half of the fourth on two singles

oath Jon Elder. Back row, left to right, are Bruno Sommer, Allan Spear, Nestor Mansolo, Randy' )Ic- Williams Brock rf If 5230 4000 Allen CallUon 3b rf 3020 4130 and two infield outs. 45%RJ1'RDmJ.WCHESISTAHT!

!)' avid, Paul Kremer, Tommy Davis, Johnny Jackson, Bill Looney John Davidson and Ronnie Norris. (Sun Santo Banks 3b Ib 3112 4000 Gonzalez Covlngton cf If 4010 4 0 1 0 WASHINGTON KANSAS CITY
hoto). Rodgers u/ 1 2 Hermsfn Ib 2 0 0 0 brhbi abrhbi
ZImmer 3b 3000 Mathews cf 4. 1 0 45% NITROGEN
Ben a?? c 3000 Dalrymple c 10 0 0 Blasa'me _
Jt 4575 Charles 3b 3000
Cowan cf 3010 bBriggs 0000 Hinton If -N-jGra t taahfehh-etmcMtratedstwreeof
Jackson p 4000 Win ss 4000 4120 Causey M 4020 supplemental Bflrofen.Thh mss Mre h toes
KEN JOHNSON LATEST McDaniel p 00l, Bennett p 2000 King Skowron rf Ib 4001 4010 Gentile Lau c Mb 4000 4000 tome to keulr son and spree*..*.Ihne
: Roebuck p 0000 sad labor.
aSieven 1000 Lock cf 4000 Colavito rf 2221
0000Trials Brumley e '4020 Reynolds If 2000
3344 TotsIs Ml < 0a Brlnk'an as0 0 0 Green 2b 3112
Cheney p 0000 Drab'sky 3000 LEACHRESISTANTThe
-Struck out for Roebuck In Ith; bRan p
for Dalrymple In tth. aPhlllips 1010 Wyatt p 0000 nRncm ki"NuOwn1 fted to the(fllparades

Chicago ..................101.11 Clft-4 bValentme DuckWrth' p .0.1000 0 Thus men cmkaJy nfcesea to,miring taofiabtt. leacMnc to feed.plots tossea.asEASYTOAPPLY
Heartbreak Hill CrowdedBy Philadelphia ......m.... ooo oci ooo-l I cRetzer Stenhouse p 0 1000Tetalt 0 0 0 They red b....

E-Stewart 2.Win 2. Bennett 2. PO-A- 341 t Tetih 20343
Chicago 2715. Philadelphia. OP-Rod a-Singled/ for Cheney m' 3th; b-Popped
gers and Banks LOB-Chicago 7, Philadelphia out for Duckworth In 7th; c-Lined out
for Stenhouse In 9th.
ARTHUR DALEY Two men had pitched no-hit ball for nine innings and one of / 7.2BCowan.. Brock. Allen. HR-Rodgers.SB I MuGrecT comes ta a tTM-ttowmi, .hot ton*
ooo 1M ooe 1 I ofequipment.
3frID ftnrfe ulimjiip them Toney had kept it up for ten. As an aid to those not SF-Slnlo.-Brock. Rodgers. Cowan. Calilson. !I Kansas E-Skowron city ,.::;::.:::::::: Ql 200 -- Whtdi or a ray**.*be..at*easjfr can akMrertni be spread broadcast through...prior. to types plantwi -
IP H. ER I.SO Charles. PO-A-Washing
NEW YORK The pitcher's mound can be Heartbreak very quick at arithmetic it might be well to present one Jackson W 2-1 ...11.3 a 1 1 2 ton 344 Kansas City 2711. DP-Blasln-

occasions and Ken Johnson of the Houston Colts is the latest mathematical fact. A single ball game had'produced 19 inningsof McDaniel Bennett. L, .M .... 71-34 2-3' 0 4 0.3 1 2 1 I game Washington Brhtkman I, Kansas and City Skowron.$. LOB-
have climbed Roebuck 2-30000 Jft-Causey. 3B-Hinton. HR-Colavtto,
it. A wave of sympathy engulfed the big right-
hitless play: I Short .m.... 1 0 0 0 0 1 Green. Cheney..
nder after he pitched a no-hitter against Cincinnati. Reds WP-Jac. on. U-Vernon, Harvey. Wey- IP H R ERBBSO
One of the of that fierce that er. Conlan. T-2S'- A-1741*. ,Cheney L. 0-1 ...4 4 3 3 2 1 The Kilgore Seed CompanyDivision
's: other and lost stranger aspects struggle was ...
| night 1 to 0, with two out in the ninth ; Duckworth ., 2 1 0 0 1 3 .
the direct Stenhouse .?... 2 1 0 0 0 1 of Seed Company
result of two errors. neither pitcher realized what was going on until the eighth: xDrab'sky W. 1-0 7 e 1 1 1 f Asgrow

those who have been lingering on the baseball scene for afig Inning when the Cub bench got noisy in an effort to start a Low'eDavisLeads Wyatt x-Faced....1..man..:.2 In 8t1l.2 '1 1 0 1 AlicJiui, 441 South Phono 4G-1 Z4J I

f while accepted this misadventure with knowing nods. But rally. I ew rt.. Sevens. Nipp. Rice. T-
2:35. A-5,01'
jjse unfamiliar with the peculiarities of this perverse sport "Come on," screamed a Bruin to a Chicago batter. "Let'sget Condor '
|!Joe, horrified that a man could come so close to so signal a run." -

achievement and then have the rug yanked out from under "A run?" shouted a leather-lung at the end of the bench. Louie Davis led the Condor
In in so cruel a fashion. They acted as though things like Hell him." .
we ain't even got a hit offen Precision League at Palm
[is have never happened before. They have -much too often. .
The record books list "They ain't hit Vaughn yet, either," shouted someone else. Lanes yesterday with 179 190-
seven perfect games In the long history SEEBUYSAVEOUR
177-546. Karl Thompson
baseball. This that This was a violation of baseball's unwritten law against
means the pitcher retired batter he
every mentioning that a no-hitter is in the works. Any such mentionis 539, Ray Sisler, 521; Randall
j-ed no runs, no hits, no errors, no walks, no nothing. Beggs, 513; and Barbara Stuart .
supposed to invite the whammy. Since a Cub mentioned
ice perfect Is a superlative no game can be deemed "more
topped the girls with 476.
nect" than other. the no-hitter first the inevitable jinx descended on Vaughn. He
any Yet Harvey Haddix of. the Piratesce
| pitched such a game-and lost it. had nine hitless innings-and lost. Hurricanes had a 2132 series

[Ibis was a real weirdie. The trim little lefthander spun his A pitcher must be skillful to fashion a no-hitter. But It's and Gutter Dusters a 746 high LARGEST 64 PONTIAC INVENTORY

'y through nine perfect innings against the Milwaukee Bravest even more important that he be lucky because baseball still is game. Miss Stuart had a 203 single

the Pirates hadn't scored either. They went into over. a game of inches and it's inches that separate hits from outs. game best. Bob St. Peter

.ie and Haddix continued to exert his magic. He still was Ken Johnson ran out of luck at the last moment. But at least made the 6-7 split and Nancy BONNEVILLES GRAND PRIX TEMPESTS

fect, through the 10th, the 11th and the 12th, for the long- he is in good company. Steele the 310. CONVERTIBLES WAGONS LEMANNS

stretch In the annals of ,the sport. But an error brokes I

\ perfection In the 13th and the only hit of the fray plunged STARCHIEFS CATALINAS "

rm into defeat. Jay Scrafford ChampionWith AND

Ten More
Epics .
.: fl S
f '
S : 'TJie Tiger" GTO ,. .. **>40.100mph
( : .Jl.J JJ
i Nor was Haddix-Johnson either, for that matter the only Total Score of 313bins :,: : .,". ?., .r.: 01
s to fashion artful no-hitters and fail to win. There have .' -. :
en ten such epics of frustration in all. Almost on a par with in 11.8 seconds ,

h Haddix stunner as a never-to-be-forgotten exploit was a. T'
Scrafford old over Dick Sanders,
: Jay 18-year .
me on May 21917.
of Florida fresh- Charles Webb over Tom Elfe
s was the classic "double no-hitter." It Involved the University ;:
ive Fred Toney of the Cincinnati Reds and the even bIg. man, won the Golf and Coun Joe bins.Silverman Pairings,over Stephens Alex R o vs.b- : .: ::: j' : :'
Club for 1964
Vr Jumbo Jim Vaughn of the Chicago Cubs. Neither allowed a with try a final championship 72-hold medal play Robbins, Webb vs. Silverman. Tropical Pontiac ; .
through nine innings. Vaughn walked Heinie Groh twice
card of 313.Scrafford.
d Heinie was doubled up each time. Toney twice walked Cy, former Gainesville Fifth Flight .
'Warns, an early day Babe Ruth who always belted the big GOING ALL OUT TO MAKE OUR
High School player, finished -
[v as if he owned him. On the third confrontation Toney used Herb Stevens over Joe Shipp,
six strokes ahead of Clayton !
Nebbie Anderson over George
j:different system. CONTEST OBJECTIVE AND KEEP .
Hawk, Frank Miles and
[He tried to waste a pitch but the ,Impatient Williams gavea Montgomery, Joe Lichter over
Gordon Bullock who tied for Henry Gray, David Smith over PONTIAC NO. 1 IN CENTRAL FLORIDA'
riffle. A line drive went sceraming off his bat with such
fxligfous force that it curved at the last moment-foul. Ed former Nelson Reeves. Pairings, Stephens ,
Stephens, a vs. Anderson, Lichter vs.
crashed off the grandstand with sickening impact. The baD champion, carded 320 while Smith.

Juld have been discarded but Toney's eyes bulged when heir Mark Edelstein had 327 Billy FOR YOUR SPECIAL CONVENIENCE WE WILL
\ it A chunk had been gouged out of the horsehide. Amour, 330; Ed O'Kelley, 340; Consolation Jim Burns
Fred merely let nature take its course. The ball had and Norwood Hope, 344. over Bill Combs Bill McDon- OPEN AFTER CHURCH

en so doctored by the gouge that it couldn't spin in any sort Scrafford is the second young. ald over Marvin Gresham, Jay

.true rotation. It had been given a built-in dipsy-do. Williams est player ever to capture the M Weber over Al Howard. Pair. o TODAY ONLY e

rung frantically at the next two pitches and the ball danced itle. The late Chip Mims won lags, McDonald vs. Weber,

;'ay from his bat. He fanned. the crown when he was 15 '$"., ,* Burns, bye.India.
{With one out in the tenth Larry Kopf sliced a roller through years old. JAY SCRAFFORD

infield hole for the first ,hit of the game. A dropped fly Play is continuing in the Tourney King Leads r
fu let him, get to third and up stepped Jim Thrope, the other flights which are on a NO REQUIRED
med Sac and Fox Indian who Is still regarded as the great. match play basis. over Henry Barber, Brooks !
ft all-around athlete America ever produced. The noble red, Results: Shumaker over Bob Black, MANILA (AP-Jaidip Muk-

dribbled one back to the mound and Vaughn, realizing he First Flight Chris Whitlow over Cecil Wes- erjea and Premjit Lall won a DOWN PAYMENT

ver could catch the mercury-footed Indian at first, threw. Ralph Scrafford 1 up over ter. Pairings, Selle vs. Shumaker three hour, five set doubles i e : 'f

[me. His catcher never expected such a play and snoozed Hal Wallace, Howard McKinneyover Whitlow, bye.Fourth. match 2-1 lead Saturday over that the Philippinesin gave Indiaa ,1:1' NO PAYMENT TILL JUNE

acefully as the ball skipped past him, Kopf scoring the one Jim McCachren, Tom Hansen Flight the Eastern Zone finals of the'

Mickey I ,. ( Plans Tailored to Fit Your Budget)
over Ray Shirley Burt Woodward over Don Davis Cup tennis competition.The ': '
Edmonson over Sherrill Teague. Cross, Bill Zeanah over John .1;" :
Pairings Scrafford vs. McKinney Baldwin, Wendell Clardy over young Indian pair outlasted ,

HS Hanssen vs.;: Edmonson. Ray Lohr Mike Clarkson over the veteran Filipino combineof I :
Swimming Consolation B a ynard George' Ellis. Pairings, Woodward Johnny Jose and Raymundo "

Storm won by default over Jack vs. Zeanah, Clardy vs. Deyro 6.3,14.3.6, 6-2, 97. The I .
Vidal, Bill Patton, bye. Pairings Clarkson. final two singles in the best-of-'

Teams Storm 'vs. Patton. Consolation Dick Stephensover five series will be played Sun:

Sparkle Second Flight John Mahon, Irving Rob- day. I

Bev Waters over Red Delaney -,. I

Roy Green over Ray Mos- .
DAYTONA Gainesville: GUS points:
eley, Bob Head over 'J. L. McCoy STILL

igh School's girls finishedJjcond emu Jerry Rudderman over .
64 Pontiac Tempest Sport Coupe
third in
and the boys 200 medley relay, Perkins G I.1. John Fain. Pairings, Waters vs. 'ttetfott
I Roundtree. Gardner third.
Mainland.Invitational swim-
200 frtMtyto Strickland, firm.M Green, Head vs. RuddennanConsolation
g meet here ,yesterday. free Penk second Scott fifth Rip Van Win- t
I Roberts sixth.
200 Individual medley Perkins, kIe over Jim Herman Watt A FEW OF '
The GHS girls tallied 54 !burtti.Diving. Contest Bargain"Tempest i
"Typical Winning
to trail front-running Feltham third. Kirkpatrick over J. W. Davis, ttattorA
pints \
100 butterfly Deese. fifth
inland's 147. Bishop Moore 100 tree Gilt-.third. Row dtree. fifth. Kim Wiles over Walt Aller,I THESELOVELY
100 backstroke Cox. third Deete. Bob Clayton over Ed Wood- Sport Coupe "
Orlando was third with 5L fifth.
400 free Dekle. fifth Hagen sixth. ward. Pairings, Van Winkle vs.! '
Lee first 100 breaststroke Gardner. fifth Wiles'So THIS IS NO GIMMICKS -
Jacksonville was KIrkpatrick. Clayton.
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200 tree relay- Scott Cox. Perk Fen- SIGN f GOOD LIVING
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hits, Mainland had 87, GUS, 200 medley relay Hope Montgomery,I H. K. Wallace over Jack Ja- HOMES AND
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200 free Paige fifth Fred John Pear- Check these manyoutstanding TAG & TAX
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Diving Montgomery third. son over Paul,Bergman. Pairings -
100 free StimmerUn sixth. : features:
Women 109 bade- Hopet third. Wallace vs. Kirkpatrick,
400 tree Summers. fifth SommeX200 ",
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Cagers Bow free relay Brasslngton. Elliott' Consolation vs. Paul Sell .tibiaers. It.... PEOPLE PLEASING POCKET PLEASING1st
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LIMA, Peru (AP-Czechoslo- BuilNwp roof. .wtsld*. City water a.4 fif htt. :

akin easily defeated the United ''COOPERATION store,.. Ten t..proofH HURRY ON DOWN TO WIDE-TRACK TOWN -
L Law 0.500 H-ft.lot *spkalttil. Hoon. -
States 50-31( Friday night I '

omen's World Basketball HARRY EVANS Will Cooper- $300 DOWN
ournament. 11 'othw
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A crowd of saw Czech- 50.02 month S 5
15,090 S
Schools per .. mmt .
[Slovakia lead all the way and Ij -: .
talk the Americans with a, Vote For MM & ASSOCIATES. .INC I I '0I

Strong defense. The halftime H. Wayne H rektr.
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t 04 Gainesville. Sun Sunday, April 26, 1964

'I J Ji 111 >.!?7 :DOWN THE FAIRWAY : c ";:.

I'i .Y Gator Golfers Back inActioh I

The University of Florida more a decision he'll- long TWELVE GAINESVILLE This unique ever) ''g ves the
golf team gets back in action remember. golfers are competing in the higher handicap,golfer a:;

this week in the Southeastern Roundtree blazed around Camp Invitational in Ocala. chance in tournameiit: Iay.

Conference and Southern In- the front side in.28 shots, bag- They are James Andrews Jr., The tourney sanctionec

t tercollegiate tournaments in ging a phenomenal six birdies, David Boyd, C. E. Conrad by the USGA and, Florida

Athens, Ga.And .two pars and an eagle. 0. Jerry Essick, Gerry Green, State Golf AssociatiorHmd L

f No. 1 Gator .Laurie The terrific nine tied the Dr. Clayton Hawk, Bob Jew- made up of players'with certified -

Hammer is a strong threat course record set many years. ett, G. G. Kirkpatrick, William handicaps through 18.

for individual honors. ago. McAllister, Frank J. ASTERISKS

The long-hitting Hammer Miles, David Onstad and Earl GAINESVILLE'S W A L1

I THE SECOND' Powers. William Trailer of scored his first
will lead the five-man UF aggregation annual will determine Gilford eaglt
into battle Thursday Starke Golf and Country Club scores flights. Alachua also is in the field. last weekend at!the Zephyr

I Y>E t S through Saturday in the Invitational is slated for May Among top entrants are defending hills Country -Club... Till

t 72-hole medal play event. 23 and 24, with a- pro-am the champ- Lloyd Watts, The DeSoto National ama- FOURTH annual Florid ;

I Eighteen holes will be played preceding day. last year's runnerup Jack teur handicap championshiphas Press, Radio and"TV tourney

Thursday and Friday and 18 each Saturday and Sunday, Roundtree, and club titlist its second edition slated will be played next weekencat

Church VictorsThe 36 Saturday in the individual of medal play. The first day's Harold Bishop.' for May 14-16 in Bradenton. Port St. Lucie.

League category, with the first. two I -r

rounds deciding team placement
First Methodist' team won the Church_ League bowling crown this year.

From left are R.: P. Mathison, Herb Bevis Bob Caldwell, captain; and Dick Teams competing, other Old ''Dutch' Takes Golf Lead .

Guenther. Reed Morrison' was not present when the picture was taken. than SEC entries, will be I

Houston, Wake Forest, Duke,

North Texas State, MemphisState
North Carolina and SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) Gene Littler, former National oldest golfer ever to bag a tour- I There was another cutoff Si
Half-Dozen Games to ,Open North Carolina State. E. J. (Dutch) Harrison, the 54- Open champion, and Terry Dill, nament. John Barnum won the I urday with 64 pros and eig

Other Gators competing will year-old veteran of 35_ tours, a youngster from Muleshoe, Cajun Classic !in 1962 at- 51 and I amateurs qualifying for the

C be .captain Richard Leckey, shot a four-under-par 66 Satur-' Tex., led the tournament going holds the record. i nal round. A 216 was requir i

S also rated high in individual day to jump from a tie for into its third round Saturday to makeit.
SoftballThe Harrison missed
\8 Business League play; Lee Gay; Lloyd Watts; fourth into the lead at 54 holesin with 114- greens while compiling 31 putts. I SAN ANTONIO Tex. (AP) Lea*
S4 and 0. A. Kincaid. the $40,000 Texas Open. Fires 71 after 54 holes In the Texas Open G

8a Coach Buster Bishop's The Arkansas Traveler of the Littler soared to a 71 and Dill His only trouble came on the Tournament .
8Sc Business League will Wednesday night and a pair I at 9:30 on No. 1 field. On No. 2 11th hole where he had his only EJ. Harrison .............. 61. 9-M-
open squad is scheduled to leave Hagen and Sarazen era sank a had a 72. Littler fell down to a Gordon Jones 71-47-45-
at each Thursday and Saturday field, it will be General Electricvs. lapse. He threeputted.Rain Ken Venturi "- 7- 3-
G softball play tomorrow on town Tuesday. 40-foot putt on the 18th greenas tie for fifth at 205'and Dill to a Dan Sikes .. ...............W-44-W-
CIB City Park with a half dozen nights. Smith'Sinclair at 6:30: Med- SLAKE -a jammed gallery cheered.He tie for ninth at 206. held up the start of the Juan Rodriguez.... 72-61-65-

: games scheduled. The city's First games tomorrow will ical Students meet GainesvilleGas had made the 54 holes in 202. Ken Venturi, making a come- third round for two hours.A Bob Don Charles January ..............42-69-tt-.61.71-61-
loop 16 teams are match Sunnyland Packing and Co. at 8 and Fulps Radiator CITY golfer Jack Gene Littler .. 62-67-71-
largest participating He overtook Gordon Jones of back after years of absence couple of 65s were shot Mason Rudolph *-7V 7-
Penh Roundtree headed out to
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will play four nightsa munication Workers and Hav-A 9:30. Ocala Country Club last Sun- Orlando, Fla., who had come :in from the winner's circle, and one by 'Juan (Chi-Chi) Rodri- Doug Sanders 7346-69-

,n week. Tampa at 8 and Utility Department I day to do a little tuning up with one of the tournament's Dan Sikes tied for third with guez and the other by Jones as Jerry Miller Steelsmith Barber ... 67-70-69-69-t9-tt--
Budweiser will seek a'thin lowest rounds 65 for 203 204. Venturi shot a 68 Saturday Howie Johnson .70-M-70-
a a
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There are six games on and Gainesville they laughed at par over the 6-, Terry Dill .:6747: -n-
itidVI straight,win 'in City League action -which ends today. Harrison, twice winner of the while Sikes had 'a 69. Don Fairfield .. -709-.
I. Jack Rule ..... 47-72-49
1 Tuesday night. Unbeatenand The pride of Lake City Texas Open, was shooting his Harrison, if he wins in the 715-yard Oak Hills Country Club Larry Mowry ........ 71-A9-68-

Htas unscored on in two games,I matched par for 18 holes and third straight sub-par round and I final round Sunday,would be the course. Dick Bruce Crawford Crampton.. 71-69-68-6040.72Ha.nsen's -

Su KNOCK ON WOOD =1 Budweiser will play Gainesville I then decided to get in nine was eight-under-par for the 54 .
Wings at 9 o'clock. Schlitz and: i .
ruJrl I The tourney will be 36 holes, holes.The .
Guy Cleveland Construction Co.

1ut will meet in the 7 p.m. opener. zY. w11E i Triple Leads I II

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011 Frank Gago 4t A half dozen games were '

; played Friday night in the two :: _

m t Bowls Best divisions of the Church League. I Chisox Over Red So

Hi f In Division I, Highlands Pres-

Et In Clutch byterian topped North Central

G M {Y fi Baptist, 9-5; Kanapaha Presbyterian yy, K a11LIEIJ CHICAGO (APRon Hansen _The White Sox were aided by I Fran Malzone doubled h:

Tr ) beat Latter Day Saints, tripled home two runs in a 10 bases on balls, six walks be- home and scored himself

ICe ,,' 11-5; and. Grace Tresbyteriah. ; three-run third inning that car- ing served by Ed Connolly be Dick Stuart's single.

-Sat BY JACK HARRIS t : downed First Baptlst11.9.Division ried the Chicago White Sox past fore Earl Wilson came to the

rJ.d* II games went to ..- ,' the Boston Red Sox 4-2 Satur rescue in the third and finishedthe Schilling BOSTON 2b 4000 CHICAGO ab r I

18'.111 :.' If I had to pick'a bowler that consistent and has a poten- First Methodist ,over C a 1 vary, -f t_ day. game.In Bressoud if-cf ss 4110 4020 Hshb'ger Buford 3b cf 31Y'Vskl 41

DI team he' bowls against Frank Gago would be Baptist, 13 '- 1; Southside' the big inning Mike Hersh- Malzone 3b 4121 Robinson rf 41.
tial of killing
1 any ) Stuart Ib 4021 Hansen IS 31
I 1f Baptist over First Presbyterian berger collected the first of his I Mantilla rf 4000 Nicholson If 1 0

Inf ,toy Frank choice.is, a'quiet. .and.serious type bowler who is tough when I 12 10; and Parkview Bap- !! Bob Bailey three. singles and Don Buford Melias Conigliaro| If ef 3010 1 0 0 0 Weis Cun'am 2bCarreon Ib 3 20 0

\\N. the chips are' dow He Is a young bowler-of four years experience :tist over Wesley Methodist, 95. walked. Floyd Robinson's single aTillman Nixon C cIa 2010 0 0 bWard c :3 1 0 0
scored Hershberger. Hansen Connolly p 1000 Martin eBuzhardt 0 0
1' ,: has a high game of Leads Bucs Wilson p 2000 p :30
", J J'J 254, a higH series of 676 and a High Scores: Once again that Highlands 501 006 0-12 12 I then brought home Buford and
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JJ lover of the Elmer Broadax North Central 300 020 05 11 Robinson.
high average of 178 sanctioned. a-Ran for Nixon In 5th; b-Croui
J Park Restaurant McCloud, Alexander (3) and Owens; out for Carreon In 7th.
well of -
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I 'quite capable of shooting this. game- of 276 to roll a 673 series -Groover and Nichollas Barber (6); r PITTSBURGH (AP) Bob and Al Weis triJ>led. Connolly. PO-A Boston 24-11. C
in sanctioned play. Was a member Chuck Morris of Gainesville Jones. Marshall (5) and Kenyon. cago 2711. OP-Hansen, Weis and C
D First. Presb. 300 012 3- t 7 I Bailey drove in four runs with Johnny Buzhardt, who defeated nlngham, Bressoud And Stuart, But
1959 0 1960-61 Duke Shopping Center had a 630; Grace Buzhardt,
of the Presb. 120 800 X-11 13 Weis and Cunningham Har
1Px his first homer of the season Boston Sunday in his first and Cunningham. LOB-Boston 5. '
Lumber champions team. Don Crist of the Commercial Home and Powell; Whitehouse and My R .\
city ers. Busby (3). ':?C' J and a sacrifice fly Saturday as start of the season, blanked the cago 11. N*'
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Wallace Frank Bank <1f I
pa Taylor got League champions, Calvary 000 001- 1 5 the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Red Sox on four singles until Weis. SB-Hershberger.IP !
started in bowling at the then Hawthorne, rolled a 627 set; First Meth. 113 035-13 11 i H R ER as
on Purdy and Gibson; LoggIns and KIndsty( { New York Mets 54. the sixth. Connolly, U 0-2 .. 21-34334 j
'Gainesville Bowling Center. He Rollie Brunelle had a 613; Bil- Newell. [ Wilson ... ...." 2-3:1: 1 I 4
The Pirates jumped off to a Ed Bressoud doubled and Buzhardt, W, 2-0 1 f 2 2 0
decided he liked th ,game and ly Gibson of Mitchell's Shoes Southside 424 200 0-12 19 1
Gnu First Presby.. 701 000 2-10 11 ; four-run lead in the first inning went to third on an. infield out. u-Haller. Hurley Flaherty CarrisT2:40. I
people so well, that he stuck and Shufard Cagle, Box w e 11: SmIth. Robuck: and Culbreth Fletcherand i. fon only two hits, one of them A-5A7' 4 ,

Arm with the sport of tenpins. Electric had identical sets of Hudson, VidaL I Bailey's homer into the lower
Parkview 204 010 2- t 9
Frank says, "Bowling pre- 610; Joe Vislay had a 604 and Wesley 100 002 2- 5 11 ,t right field stands with two men SPECIAL! LIMONLYTIMEAirConditioning
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chi The holder, of many trophies women with a fine 564 series. I McAuliffe'sHit 0: 1 drove in the winning run in the Unit l

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,ply; the summer leagues that are: and Mary Culbreath had a Golf and Country Club opened its spaciousnew bled home Frank Thomas. They -and upa

th forming at Pain Lanes. 523; Pat Dees, Gold Coast Res- Tigers HomeST. pool yesterday for the new season. Enjoyingthe added three more in the thirdon

Commercial League banquet -, taurant, had a 511 with high sun and scenery from the diving area are Gheryl two doubles, a single and a

, yeno will be held at the Holiday game of 207; Jo Ann Block_ hada PAUL MINNEAPOLISAP I Wallace, left; and Charlotte Gillett. (Cun photo). groundout.for The doubles, each
good one run, were by Ron
Inn tomorrow. 507 as did Shirley Hester. ( ) Dick McAuliffe pokeda Hunt and Bob Taylor. .

"I two-run triple to rightcenterfield I
Big Pittsburgh left-hander
. in the eighth inning, lead Villanova Dominates Bob Veale went the distance for : :

Tresh Powers ing Detroit to a 5-2 victory over the Pirates and got his first victory .
Minnesota Saturday. Penn Relays Action of the season. Mets starter
McAuliffe's blow highlighted a Y Jack Fisher took the loss.

'Is.t-j three-run outburst, which the PHILADELPHIA (AP) V3- flat and the 880, in 1:25.6.: .NEW YORK PITTSBURGH
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Lolich :

Willie Finds Way to RestWILLIE Registers I


,,. First Whitewash .

By 'MURRAY. CRASS hurt in the clubhouse." seven-run second be singled : :

t ASSOC1ated Press Sports, Writer Mays collapsed from indigestion home a run and scored. He j1 ., .

I| Willie Mays has discovered aRway in September 1962 and lefta smashed his home nm. a solo By MIKE RATHET |I(fused. He now eats writes' and his first start because of a pro-

[ .to get a rest without col- game after,suffering a dizzy blast, in the fourth. Associated Press Sports Writer.bats right-handed, pitches left- longed holdout siege during

I lapsing. 'spell around the same time last handed! and thinks sideways. spring training hurled the first
Juan Marichal 13 hits Detroit rookie Mickey Lolich,:
i All he has to do i*.hit a home year. but also struck gave out up 13 and a born right-hander, has pitchedhis I "When. the cast came off I complete game by a White Sox

r?run and two' singles,: get 'two : With less than two weeks of walked only three in winning his first major leagueshutoutlefthanded went back to the right hand to pitcher this season.homer Dick Stuart's
and later to write but 1 fourth-inning accounted
walks 'and a stolen base drive this i leaf ,
the second ,
season gone 32yearoldcenter game against no defeats. j I'
for the Red Sox
In two runs and score five runs fielder leads the major I kept throwing with my left
The Braves their Lolich stopped Minnesota SOon he Then he Floyd Robinson hit a two-run
played explained.
|-an In five tirnesat bat.That's leagues in four categories be- game jhand
I with the Dodgers under protest three hits-Friday for his second added:, homer in Chicago's three-run
what he did sides In nine
exactly batting average. "l victory without a loss then: third then Pizarro took o\er.
until they won it. Braves' Man- I "Sometimes when I lean too ,,
he led San he has home :
Friday night as games, seven runs,
explained how he turned into a He drove in with a sin-
contendedLos one run
[Francisco to a 15-5 over 17 hits, 17 runs ,scored and 17 ager Bobby Bragan far to the left of the mound, I
romp 1I4
Cincinnati. runs batted 'in. Angeles shortstop Maury southpaw thrower after getting find myself thinking,sideways." gle in the fourth, then stroked a
> I I Wills was out of uniform be- taken for a ride by 'a runaway two-run single In the sixth.
\ Mays,-who was forced'out of itI I That's the way the heavy-hit-
; I
; WhileMays. and the Giants cause he wore a windbreaker bicycle. Error HurtsWayne
-i' | the line-up by illness the past I ting Twins must have felt tryingto
furious two-base
continued at their under his uniform and sweatshirt "When I was two years old, I Causey's
*7' ____ solve him. Lolich didn't let
two for
,. seasons, was pulled a
.4 the Los throwing error on Don Lock'sgrounder
pace, Angeles Dodgers. I ran my tricycle off the curb.
': ';pinch hitter in the ninth inning dropped their eighth game'in 10 in Portland Ore. and hit Minnesota get a runner past with one out in the
'l I The Dodgers still lost Ed
second base and struck out
against the .Reds' after be had sev-
10th the door for the
starts, losing to Milwaukee 6-3.1 parked motorcycle said the opened
1 Bailey cracked a two-run homer -
while two.
raised his walking
batting average to a Elsewhere in, the National ,. and ..4. t"'.' .t. 23-year-old Lolich. "I had my en Senators, who sent 10 men to
in the fifth Lee Mayebelted
|major league-leading .500. St. Louis nipped Hous- I Juan Pizarro of the Chicago the plate. Ed Brinkroan singledin
League, a two-run double in the right arm in a cast for four
"I didn't want to take "a ton 3-2 in 11 innings Philadelphia -first Hank Fischer, who won -- .- months, so I everything with I, White Sox also pitched a three- the tie-breaking run, winning

WILLIE MAYS .chance on him hurting himself clobbered Chicago 10-0( () and ". hitter and drove in three runs pitcher Claude Osteen singled in
left hand.
four all of last .. .. ; my
just season -
hits and runs Manager A! Dark said after the Pittsburgh whipped New York I games -. -",.A -y Thinks in a 6-1 victory over Boston. In another, Don Blasingame drovein C
his second vic ;- : SidewaysBut
picked up ;
"I know he can't ,
game. get
other American action
f a-I He Frank How- ; :: .. that wasn't the end of the League two more with a double and !
tory. gave up .i: : ; G: downed Kansas
Washington City
I In the American League, ChIcago ard's fifth home run in the ROGER MARIS incident, and even Lolich ad. Chuck Hinton wrapped it up

I NL Box ScoresCHICAGO I stopped downed Boston Kansas 6-1 City, Washington by- sixth inning. S '. new personality? mits the situation has him conYanks' 6-1 outlasted in 10 innings the Los and Angeles Cleveland An- ,with Woody a run-scoring Held's two-run single.homer :

I. I in the of the -
gels longest
game in the fifth the Indians a
I in gave
the innings
PHILADELPHIA i E-Samuet, Kanehl, Schofield, Friend. same score winning 5-2 in 16 in-
2-0 lead which Pete Ramos held
krhbi abrhtri PO-A.-New York 24-14 Pittsburgh 2714.Detroit shut out Minnesota 5-0 Roger Marts NowIs ,
Stewart 21t 4010 Taylor 3b 4320 DP-Hunt Samuel and Harkness 2) Alt- nings. through' eight innings with a
Brock and Cleveland defeated the Los
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Jackson.. Harkness Gonder. Clemente three hits were part ofthe .
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Gregory ,
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c 1000T -Faced 2 men In ,th.. Associated Press Writer shown hustle in to his Kansas City in the deal that the 16th, and after a sacrificeand
fau 32 0 < 0 Tatals 3510 U Sports not enough an pointed batting averageof
-Hit by pitched ball for Hobble In Sth. WP-Jadcson. 'PB-Go.'lCler. U-Secory, sent Rocky Colavito to the A's, walk, Johnny Romano
Burharti Sodol Pryor. T-2:41 A NEW YORK (AP-A sugges- effort to catch a fly ball that .280 without a single homeror
ChicaflePhiladelphia..............::MO tOO 000.'0 7. 03. drove in three runs with three snapped the tie with a ground-
Track tion that Roger Maris might fell in front of him in right field RBI the Yankees'
B-5 through
...........ISO 112 00*-H Dillon .,...._.. 1 1 1 1 1 0 .
Gonzalez. PO-.. FrIendW.2.l..S. I 4 3 S J have developed a new personality for a single. first six games. hits as he lifted his batting average -rule double. Winning reliever
Chicago 24-10 ,
Philadelphia 27.7. DP Allen and Herrn- Night Came this year drew vehement denials "The outfield was soggy from to .344. Don McMahon and Dick How-

-Chicago Item Stewart.. Philadelphia, Rodgers and I': Banks.. LOB LOS ANGELES MILWAUKEE Meet Slated from the New York Yankee -two days of steady rain," Maris "I'm my hitting head,"about be said.20 pointsover "Seven Pizarro, delayed In making ser singled in the other runs.

2B Gonzalez. Herrnstetn 2. 3BHerrnstein abrbbi abrhbi slugger today although he explained. "Maybe it didn't look
Allen. HR Calllson. S- Wills hits, six singles and a dou-
ss 5 S 1 0 Aim cf 5121
'Nine.'P Gllllam 2b 31 1 Mathews 3b 3100 admitted his aim was to have that way to the people but I ran
H R ERBBSO Davis If 4000 Aaron rf 3100 On SaturdayThe better relations with the fans hard could. ble. I'm a regular Punch and I American League BoxesNight II
SuM L, 11 ....... 1 2-3 7 I 1 14ob3Is Fairly Ib 4110 Torre Ib 4121 as as Judy hitter. Who knows? I may
... ...... I
22-3 3 1 1 2 1 Howard rf 3111 Maye If 4022 and "Another tune their booing
Scturr ,........1 4 1 1 S 1 press. not hit a home run all -
W.Davis cf 4022 Bailey c 4112 year.
Sregory ........3 2220 2 Roseboro c 3010 Boiling 2b 4000 Class B Group i 5 "Win, lose or draw, I'm put might have bothered me. But Ididn't I Game DETROIT MINNESOTA lot
Running W. 2-0. I' 0 2 Werhas 3b 3010 Menke 3110 Have home'runs lost their WASHINGTON KANSAS CITY krhbi' abrkbl
ss lead the attention. appeal -
HBP By Bunnlng (Ranew by Buhl bMcMullen 1000 Fischer p 3000 track meet will be run off at to league. in enjoying pay any They brhbi brhbi" Wert 3b 4110 Rollins 3b 4010 _
'Calllson). WP BuhL U-Conlan. Ven- Miller p 0 0 OdcParker the University of Florida myself this year," he said. "J pay their dough. Let 'em yelL" to Marls,* the man who ZImmer 3b ,5121 Mathews cf 501. Lump 2b 1133 Power Ib 510
wv Harvey Weyer. T-2.3). A-ISJii 1000 Kennedy 3o 0 0 0 0 Causey ss 411 Cash ib 4000 Oilvt rf 4000
''T"III 3S 3 I' Totals 33054 track on Saturday May 2,'I want to relax and have a good I Didn't this mean that Roger, 'hammered 61 during a 162-game Blas'ame 2b 4 1 2 2 Charles 3b 401 1 Kalina rf 2011 Klllebre If 4 0 9 0
Night Game -.-Struck. out for Mleller In 4m b- time. referred to redneck season in 1961? That was one Hinton If 5021 Colavito rf 301 0 Demeter cf SSOOHaIlcf 3000
once as a ,
NEW YORK PITTSBURGH Struck out for RIcher In 4th; cStruckout starting at 1 p.m. Skowron Ib 5010 Gentile Ib .c DID Horton If 3llSBatteyc 2010
abrhrM abrferbiHarkness for Miller In ,th. Bill McGill P. K. Yonge track --"I've made up my mind not was going to be"a new Maris? more than Babe Ruth's recordof King rf 5000 Edwards c 4010 MAullffess3l0oMcCabec 2000
Ib 4 0 1 1 Schofield ss 5 2 1 0 I Lock cf 3110 Reynolds If 3010 Freehan c 4121 Versalles ss 1000
Hunt 2b 4000 Vlrdon cf 4342 ,,Las Angeles .... .. ......... 200 001 000-3 coach is meet manager. He to get mad at newspapermen.I'm "Now don't be destroying the 60 in a 154-game season. Brumley e 3000 Green 2b 400Valentine .Ullcfi. .p 1000 Allen 2b 3000
............... : '
Elliot cf 4010 Clemente rf 5 1 2 1 Milwaukee 201 1M MX-4 I 0100 Pena p 400 'SUgmln p 1000
not going to let the fans'booing old image he said. "I'm still "Sure I would like to hit 61
Oonder c 4110 Clenden'n Ib 4 1 2 2 iillarn: said yesterday that a dozen Retzer 0 0 0 Bowsfield P SOlO Siebier p S 0 0 0Arrlgo
Thomas Aitman rf 4000 4S2lMazerikI2b4l2l Bailey 3D>> 3001 I 77.2P0A&osAng.1es243.Milwauke LOB-Los Angeles S, schools will take part in the bother me. Let them yell the same old Maris. It took me home runs again but without it I Osteen Brink'an p ss 4121 4110'Donog'epOOOO Wyatt p 0000 Gory p 0000 1000

Kanehl 3D 3110 Stargell 4122 I Milwaukee 9.2B event to qualify contestants for all they want to. I'm not goingto four years to build this reputa- !getting in the newspapers," he ODonogep0050 Dalley 0000U
Smith 3b 1000 Johnston If 0000 Maye, AIOU, Torre. HR-Howard/ Tatals Jl '11 4 Tatals 35171. bNossek 1000
II listen and like it No more tion. I don't want to lose it in said. "I don't want to have to
Samuel U 2 00 Pagliaroni c 3 0 10 Bailey. the state event on May 9. Walked for Brumley In fttu Plels p 0000
Kranepool 1000 Friend p 4010cHkturan IP H R ERIBSOMoellerLO.l..3 letting those things'bother me." one year." go through such a year again. Washhigten ............ Ml MO M. 5-4 Totals 33 S 11 Tatals M 0 3aStrvdc 0
3 3 3 2 1 In
p 2111Bauta 1000Jackson Rlchert .?...... 2 4 J 3 J 2 Competing schools will include I Maris was soundly booed As if to prove he was not going Too much pressure and publicity -Kansas City ...........Ml 000 OM 0.-1 Popped out out for for Dalley Arrigo In Ith.*mj b- .

p Silo Miller ......_..3.. 1. S 1 2 Santa Fe, Bell, Bronson opening day at Yankee Stadium to allow unpleasant things no peace and privacy." E-Causey. PO-A Washington 3-12. Detroit ....................100 an M-fooa
FIscherW,2-0. I 3 3 3 1 ,
DP Skowron
bTaylor 1110 Wd-i Kansas City 30-12. MliuiM.ta ............... lOt aoo oE
Dillon p Oslo PB-Roseborc 2. U-Forman Jackew Chiefland, Crystal River, man and Osteen Blasingame, BDnkman ::
Totals SS 015 Tatals MMSStruck t ski Crawford Vargo. T-2:43. and Skowron Green and Gentile -Stlgman, Power. Lumpe. PO-.. -
out 'for Samuel In 7th b- liston, Dunnellon, ,Invern e s s, Charges Green and Gentile. LOB-Washngton Detroit 276. Minnesota 272. DP -
Doubled for Bauta In Oth; c-Grounded Night Game A-ffOl.j Melrose, North Marion Lake 5, Kansas City I. Lumpe, WcAullffe/ and Cash} Versalle
Into a double play for Moran_ In fth. When Is 2B-ZImmer, Charles aslngame< and Allen Allen and Power. LOB -
SAN FRANCISCO CINCINNATI Weir and P. K. Yonge. a Detroit 11. Minnesota 6.
New yltrk ................0021.'ii:4'Ittilluro" a brhbi akrhWJAlou Ballplayer HR-ZImmer. SB Charles. S-Blasin 2B Wert Lumpe, Power. &-LoticnIP .
................ 121 032 11x-f 4231 Rose 2b 4010Hitler game. H R ER BSSOLolich
21 4222 Rwlz 3D S 0 t 0 Coaches must send in a list i IP H R ER BB SO W 2-0 ....., 3. 0 2 7 _
Mays cf 3532 Plnson cf 5122 Osteen W, 1-2 .. 10 7 1 1 4 4 Stigman L..1 ... 5 S 4 3 3 1
fCrandall 1010 Robinson rf 5 0 0 0 of entries by Wednesday, April Pena L. 12 ...... 91-3 7 4 2 2 fxBowsfield Siebier .......... 1) 1 1 1 1 0 .
M.AIoucf/ 00 0 IJ.hnsonlb, 3210 29, McGill said. A coach- In Uniform? .... 0 1 1 0 0 0 Arrlga ........... 23 1 0 0 1
PreussCopsNorthSouth McCovey 3322 Edwards c 5131 Bragan Wyatt .......... 1-33 1 D Il Dalley/ ...........2 l' 0 D 1 0
Garrldo ss 15 1 iHaperif 4000Cepeda es' meeting is set for 12:30 O'Donoghue ... 1.3 0 0 D 0 0 Plels ............ 1 0 0 0 0 1
Ib 2. 1 lCardenasss4l3O! Saturday at the track. It x-Faced 1 man In 10thWP HB P By Stigman (Horton, KaHne
Kinnlb 4023 Tsltourls p 0000 p.m. -Wyatt. U-Rice, Stewart, Stevensand by Lolich (Venalles by Dalley (LoHch).

Hailer c 5100 Ellis p 1000 will be a final scratch meet- ,..By. DAVE O'HARA geles Manager Walt Alston and announced, Durocher contended I Napp. T-2:44. A-5.432. u-McKlnley. Soar' Salerno. .' .. Valentine. T _
Hart 3b 5120 aQueen 1010 -Z:26., A-4/iCT.- .
Pagan ss 3100 Worthf pO' 0 0 ing. Associated Press Sports Writer decided to let the Dodger short- the Milwaukee batters should be Night Game ,
bSnlder If 1000 cColeman 1012dPeterson
PINEHURST. N.C. (AP- If 1 0 0 0 McCool p 0000Marlchal The Class B meet will be runoff MILWAUKEE (AP) Man- stop wear the jacket after he barred from wearing a glove at BOSTON brhbi CHICAGO abrhbi

Phyllis (Tish) Preuss of Pompano p S.1 1 0 eSklnner Nichols p. TOSS 0000 along with the Class Al,ager Bobby Bragan of the Milwaukee -pushed up the sleeves."I the! plate.A Schilling 4 0 Cunnam Ib 5211 4000 A-3 Tourney
Bressoud 4 0 1 0 Buford 3b
Beach, Fla., scored a rec Totals-Singled, 44 for IS 1012 Ellis In Tatals 5th b-Jt Reached S13 J meet. Originally the group Braves has raised an finally decided to play the few of the Dodgers also Y'trze'skl ss If 4 0 0 0 Robinson rf 4 1 2 2 _

ord 7 and 6 victory over Mrs. first M ."",. ,,.r fer p...* .to '**I c-SI.; event was to have been run interesting question: When is a :game under protest," Bragan wore a protective glove. j Malzone Stuart Ib 3b 4000 3111 Hansen Nicholson ss If 4030 4000 In

George Trainer of Rochester, gted out! for for Snider Worthington in Vhs In e-Uu Struck d-Groimdefl out to, off Friday. However, the UF major league baseball player in explained later. "I admit it wasa -. S.-.. -, Clinton Conlgllaro rf cf 4 2000 0 0 0 Wels H'shb'ger 2b cf 4230 3 I 0 0 SpotlightSTARKE

!NY., Friday to win the 62nd an- McCool In itt" Singled for Mays hibthj I track is to housed that date uniform? technicality, but legally'you } 0 Tillman c 3010 Martin C. 4120
for Crandall ttti.
g-It.n Mon' o 0 0 0 Pizarro 3023 The Class A
qirte p p -
nual North and South Women'sAmateur San Francisco .......... 270 111 lit-1 I for the state junior college Bragan lodged a formal game can't wear something that sticks : ; Mantilla 1000

Golf Tournament .Cincinnati .............. Ml 002 111E S meet protest on the grounds that Los out. If he wore the windbreaker bMellas Heffner p 1000 0000 Group 3 baseball tourney gets

Soon after her victory, a Ington.;Plnson PO-A, -Edwards San Francisco Cardenas 275, Worth-; Cincinnati McGill said preliminarieswill Angeles shortstop Maury Wills so it didn't bulge, it might Earley p 30131 0000Tetals Totals 350130 under:: way Tuesday with three
member: of the family operatingthe 2712. DP-Marlchal" HaIler and start at 1:30 for high was out of uniform for wearing have been okay. As it was, I a-Flied out for Monbouquett. In 5th; games
Kuenn. LOB San Francisco f C.nclnnat : p.m. :
; .
enterprise a windbreaker under his uniform didn't want to take chance : ;: b-Fouled out for Heffner in Oth.estea Starke and Park will
Pinehurst golfing 10. dash low hur- a on ) Orange
Me hurdles, 100-yard :' '. .... ............... eOO 1M Me-I
indicated there may be some Covey 2a-HIII.r Plnson.Cardenas.SB-Mays HIt-MIYS.Hart M.Alou. dies and 220-yard dash. Finals shirt Friday night during him getting hit by a pitch on Chicago ............. ..... MJIMjM -t play at 4 p.m. at Starke, Jack-

changes in the format of next I I Coleman._ IP H R ERBBSOMarichal will get under way at 2 p.m the-Braves' 6-3 victory over the the jacket's sleeve and then be- 27-0.E-Nune.LOB Boston Po-A-Boston 5. Chicago 24-11 7. Chicago sonville Bolles is host to Green

year's tournament !, W, 2-1' 13 5 5 3 1xTsltovrls in the field events and at 2:30 Dodgers.The ing awarded the base. 28-Bressoud- Hansen, Cunningham.HR Cove Springs at 4 p.m. and

The spokesman, Richard S. Ellis .....L1.?.... 4 1 4 4 7 3 42 30 1 3 p.m. in the hurdles.Rollins Braves' triumph wipedout Wills said the umpires "just -Robinson. : Stuart. SB-Wels. SPizarro. Palatka plays at Fernand 1 n a

Tufts did not elaborate but h< Worthington .... 1 3 3 21 0 the protest announced by told to tuck the IP H. ERBBSO Beach at 4 .
me jacket pjn.StAugustine
McCool ........ 2 2 1 12 2 i Mon'QU'te, 1-1 4 7. 4 0 4 _
,indicated 'an effort was being Nicholl........ 1 3 1 10 3 plate umpire Al Forman with sleeves under my shirt. Heffner ........3 5 2 2 1 3 drew a first-
x-Faced S man In 2nd. ........ S
Mo.cs Earley. I 1 S I 0
planned to rekindle interest in WP-Marlchal Ellis 2. PB-Edwards.U the score tied 2-2 In the top of "I've worn the jacket before Plzarro.WI-l.. 3 1 1 3 round bye and will play the
-Gorman, Williams, Smith Pelekoudas. WP-Pizarro 2. U-Carrlgan Haller,
the third.
the tournament cold weather.
T2UA10.321.. during Hurley, Flaherty. T-2:1 A-1,504. Starke-Orange Park victor at
o Only 26 golfers entered this NIM Cams Split Games; However, it stirred up plentyof 'The Braves just wanted to National! at Pittsburgh 3:30 p.m. Thursday at Palat-

year's tournament, and two did comment about the section of have something 'to pop off ka. Winners of the Bolles-Green

not show up.' Plans for a qualifying -, HOUSTON akrhW. ST. LOUIS otrkM Tribe WinsWINTER Rule 1.11 which reads: "No about" Twin Doubles Cove Springs and Fernandina

round were dropped because Fox Kasko 2b ss 3S2SGmI SSllFIoodcf ss 511Spangier 500 I player'whose uniform does not Leo Duro her, the Los An- Beach-Palatka games will playat

of the small field. If 4100 White Ib 512Wvnn 0 conform to that of his team- geles third base coach, was
If illSBaver2b 4020 PARK (AP- Rol 7:30: p.m. Thursday at Aza.
Tufts indicated a qualifying Bond'rf S 1 J 1 James -If 412Asprnte Southern mates shall be allowed to participate ejected in the last of the fifth For J ai Alai, lea Park in Palatka.
considered for 3b 4 0 2 1 cShannon If ISiS lbs and Florida splita in remarksto
round was being a for
Runnels 16 4000 fGagllano 1 0 1 1 doubleheader Saturday Rol game. uncomplimentary BOBBY BRAGAN will
next-year, when the tournament Staubcf 4SSSMcCarverc4S25 BragaA noticed the sleeves of Forman. Has Tracks Thursday's winners playat
Grote 4000 Lewis rf 201Nottebart 1 lins winning the first game, 2-1. Question Dog 7:30 pjn. Friday for the
b listed for April 19-23. the windbreaker bulging from Braves was
p 3 0 0 0 cfWarwlck rf 1 0 0WoodeshTi S After the protest
-Miss Preuss, member of the ., p 1 0 0 0 Clemens J vler 2b 200 100 as Charles Schoene pitched and a under the short sleeves cf Wills'. MIAMI, (AP) The Florida -group baseball title and a berth _

1961 Curtis Cup team and, win- MaxvlU 2b 100 0 seven inning one-hitter shirt in the, first inning-when state racing commission has in the regional high school

oLthe Florida Amateur last Gibson p 200 Florida Southern taking the the 37 degrees.. meet which is set May 8. Pa
net: bLong 100 temperature was Bowling Standings authorized various forms of:

week Splayed flawless golf Inhoting Taylor 000eBuchek 100Burdettc .0 second, 10.STATESBORO. The umpires had a lengthy discussion longshot betting at horse and latka is defending state chain

a two-under-par for the p 000Tetals 0 with Wills and Los An- FLA.. NATIONAL BANK derhoust (SIt G'vlll. Shop. Cent.. (3). dog tracks and jai-alai frontons pion in Class A.
Mil Tatals 311a Ga. (AP) All'TRIPLE
43 Blrdsey (1)1 Servicemaster (2 *) -
12" boles played over the 6,000-()()() for Javier' In Tth; b-I WIthdrawls 11 79'1 Stats "" but ruled that no more
tdour"for 18th base-
Gibson In Othi, c-Ran Florida State won its Deposits ISLERS
yard No. 2 course of the Country -Grounded Forgers a1/* MA TU than typeis permissible at OnWestTearn
tot James In tthi tf-HIt bits double play ball of the season Saturday 05 Vk SSVi W L
PGA Bad Pennies
Club in defeating Mrs. for Lewis In Whi Struck out for lay- game EyesWalkout Sliver/ Dollars 62 .* Bank of Newberry S2Vt 4Ui any establishment
tar In lOthj. Singled for Shannon In beating Georgia Southern6L Cashiers 41 13 Ace Electric 75 4t
Trainor. 11th. AtNew Returns ** ** Chandlers 42 Vi t\Vi BUFFALO, N. Y. (AP-Scott)
Hevstea .............. MO 111 M. M-1 Lucky Pennies 'S' 45 Walsh Barbershop <3 The commission approved the Texas' All-America .
Sf 45
St. Levis ............. ..11101..1.13ENone. Dividends. MU** S. E. Sapp Realest. 5"7YI twin double Big Q, Exacts or Appleton,
JFK Benefit PO-A-Houston 31-1.:1 One out OCALA (AP-D efen ding Hoine9PALM Debits Bowling Bills 5 n 75 Cotton S &S Cleaners Minamart 544 *9U I Perfecta betting. tackle, will play for the West in
scored), St. Louis -12. Butlers Radiator Serv 45 79 football
when winning run William Ao'.lllionalres a 77 the AU-American game
R. 1. (Bo)
DP-McCarver and Javier asks and champion RESULTS RESULTS
PHILADELPHIA (APThe Runnels. LOB-Houston S, St. Louis 7. gained ground Saturday OD I BEACH GARDENS M.llionalres: 4. Returns 0; Bad Pennies i Chandlers 4, Act Electric; Bank of Flagler Kennel Club immediately here June 27, it was announced

Philadelphia Eagles and Detroit Beyer JB-White.Groat. HR McCarver.-Bond. S-Aspromonte Fox. SF -. front-runner Jack Rountree by, CAP) The president of the Dollars 3,. Debits Withdrawals 1j Dividends 3, Cashiers 3. Silver 1; Newberry Butlers Radiator 4, Walsh"Serv.Barber 3. $. E.Shop Sapp 0> announced it will install Saturday.

lewis. dation the PGA 1; Deposits 1; Cotton Minamart 3. S" S Cleaners the twin double when it Appleton has signed to play
Lions will play a National Foot- IP H..R BB SO firing a one-under-par 71 but re, says will move Bowling Bills 3 Forgers CONDOR PRECISION opens _
exhibition Nottebart ... .... I 0220 2, mained one stroke behind at; out of its new national golf 3. Lucky Pennies.INDUSTRIAL WI. May 19. It will become the professionally for the Houston
ball League game WoodeihX U ..1 21-3 3 1 1 1 1 W L Alley Cats 41 MHornles
here Aug. 23 for the benefit of Gibson .. .. .. 0 7 2 2 1 3 the end of three rounds in the: club May 1 because: McK1Mey- reM Ins. 30 22 44 30 first greyhound track in Florida Oilers of the American Football
.., .....2 S S 0 I 1Burdene Center 36\\ 2314 Aces 42ft 33V)
Taylor CMIIe Shopping to this type wagering. League.
Memorial 13th annual Henry N. Camp I IThe course watering system Hurricanes 3? 37 use
the John F. Kennedy W, 1-0 1 1 5 5 S I Pepper Prlntlnq Co. 35 25Plggte
U-LMdvs. StefetA Borilck Donate, Golf Tournament b unworkable and inadequateis Park Restaurant 34* V.HV, Seven Tens W 3tV* 1
37 39
library.. T-2.ll. A-4.71t. Blrdsey Feed Mills 33 27 Red Eyes
incompleteC Servicemaster 3T* vvtG'vllla Gutter Dusters 35 34 41 32 THE IDEALMOTHER'S
31 29 Alley Oops I
I u house construction AJtstate Sun Ins. M1* 31% Strike Terrors 32 44
2> 47
Spilt Personalities
-Landscaping and soil structure -' B&G Florida Motors Pest Control l'23 34 37Pous RESULTS DAY GIFT ;

are below specifications. Auto Salvage 23 37 .,
; Restaurant 1t.1 Hurricanes 4. Red Eyes 0; Gutter
FRED KARL for GOVERNOR t But John D. MacArthur, the RESULTS Dusters 4 Seven Tens 0, Alley Cats
Plggte! Park (4) McKinney Green (0); 3. Strike Terrors 1* Aces X Spilt
:.multimillionaire who built the BIG (4). G'vUK Sun(0)i Pepper (4), Personalities 1; Hornks % Alley
course in hopes it would help, Fla. Pest (0) Paurs Auto (4). Won- 1.

J : :him sell housing lots nearby

,-' Alachua County Headquarters :said he wasn't worried. 14th ANNUALv

"This is just a move by Can- 1'1,

Now Open'r. :get troll a to few get things me off my finished fanny up and," B raflfordCounty; Fair( !.I-

,;MacArthur said. "It's typical of _, ,

and '
\: I 1614 W. University : I The PGA threatened to move ..
out last February, but MacAr- :' -J9 :: > v. ,. Jackson's Seminole. Model S 00

MFLORIDA( BOOKSTORE, FR -6066). ) ... "thur got a court injunction. He :' ..'9.. frawberry.Festivo".pril29th ,It FIBERGLASS CANOE 18 9

:' .%' I said yesterday that be could I 17' 6" . . . . . .

Come get your bumper strips, car-top signs, leaflets. Meet all I get| Cantrell another.announced his intentions .thru May 2 : Frank Philpott's Sport Center

to walk out in a news release. ,

the "other Karl supporters.. For ,all materials and rides to the : Hours later MacArthur i Hortia .f 1lk-U..iaeT' .. . 20 N.W. 14t1a Aua..eI

polls May 5th, call FR 66066. We're going to finish strong! ;said delivery he had just letter received from a Can-special 2* Highway 301 North.t I WHERE 2.5011 QUAliTY of FR 6-6893

I assuring him that the PGA OoenMAYS S to 6 ..m. M *. tkn TeL *.... Ie 6 P.III. SaIItrdeys

"Mr. Education" deserves your help! jtrell I"is ready and willing to complete at STARKE City Limits ;: McCUUOCH HOME OF OUTBOARD HUKTER FIBERGLASS MOTORS AND FISHING MURRAY BOATS TRAILERS

our responsibilties under .' h. 0

,. i the contract.: _

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i 06 GaInesville Sun Sunday, Apri126, )914

I gerous and are being vitalizedto better days," he said Friday at Court called today for a peace
In The express their views." a news conference after an conference under the auspices of

"" MARKET .. MARS LIFE If there Is any American Geophysical Union the United Nations to revise the
' BUSINESS t' rules of international law to
I .. life on Mars at all, says astronomer symposium.In
.- .:... REPORT .' ..' G. P. Kuiper, it is probably ages past, he said, Wars meet world. conditions.t

REVIEW Capitol. a microscopically thin layer of may have had atmospheric and Regain made the proposal at

l I vegetation.But other conditions'that could have the 58th annual meeting of the

n the red planet may not supported more-advanced,formsof American Society of International -
I WASHINGTON (AP) In the always have been so barren plant life.PEACE Law and said that the peace

news from Washington: theorizes 'the University of Arizona ,CONFERENCE: As- conference should be similar to

NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES APRIL 24 SCHOOL PRAYERS Two space scientist."I sociate Justice Roberto Regal the Hague conferences of 1899
fe) New York Time Florida EconomyIn : think that Mars has seen of the Philippines Supreme, and 1907. '
congressmen have voiced concern i
High Low Close Net Chg. ..
25 Rails . 136.32 134.33 134.881.09 that a campaign is under
25 Industrials 823.83 SI2.87 814.536.79 Broad Gains way to stampede Congress into I
50 Stocks . 480.07 473.60 474.703.94 amending the UJ3. Constitutionto AIR CO.NDITION..NO.WI :
permit prayers in public ,
. JACKSONVILLE (AP) Florida's economy during the '
hrft* Gainesville Window Air Conditioner) Dealer
STOCK FLASHESNEW first quarter of this year showed marked improvement as Rep. B. F. Sisk, D-Calif., be- Largest
measured by a dozen business indicators, the State Chamberof coming the first witness ,to op
MARKET Commerce said in its weekly business review. pose such an amendment, told

Bank debits and sales, both sensitive indicators of the House Judiciary Committee i
PreSeason i
YORK (AP-The steels: economy. Wall Street, In fact,
business activity moved 9 cent and departmentstores Friday the move was being
up per
market declined last week, takeing had the best news it could hope ,
in leading cities gained 15 per cent higher than at whipped along by "right-wing
its worst loss of 1964 but- for-settlement of the fiveyearold -
this time last year. and was an attack
as losses go, not very much. dispute over work rules Total non farm employment increased 5 per cent and all on the Supreme Court. ,i BEAT THE HEAT WITH RED HOT PRICES
which threatened
For the first four days oi f r a nationwide major categories of employment showed improvement. Even LARGEST FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONER DEALER IN FLORIDAand
; railroad strike this weekend Sisk, who said he
the were down was a member -
trading averages ] contract construction which has been lagging, turned upward. of ONLY Authorized Fedders Air Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville.
only slightly. A fairly sharp I Analysts said the market Gasoline sales showed a 7 per cent gain while highway a fundamentalist Protestant ,
selloff came on Friday.It seemed "tired" and expressed traffic at the state's border check points was 8 per cent sect, declared the kind of We Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditioners.
was the sharpest loss since i no surprise that a general market heavier. amendments being proposed a first class unit with good prices. "'
the severe break of Nov. 22: decline had taken place. would amount to "religion by .
future trends the number of business Incorporations -
Signaling COOLERATORS Good Unit and Good Prices.
when President Kennedy was: They pointed, however, to the gained 9 per cent during the first quarter to mark the majority rule. i
assassinated, but it was nowhere flood of bright earnings reports first gain of three consecutive months since mid-1962. Busi- Sisk's testimony was "like a We only sell units that we know'' are the 'best to buy.

near as large. and generally good economic ness_ failures, as reported by Dun and Bradstreet, dropped bit of cool air In the heart of WE SERVICE ALL UNITS WE SELL
For the week as a whole,I figures to support their,opinion almost one-third. summer," declared committee f
also, the list took its,worst setback that the setback was technical
The accession rate in manufacturing (that is, the hiring of chairman Emanuel Celler, D-
since the week in which and probably would not last Indicators All units art Flush NEMA Cools Moisture Delivered
and the two other N.Y.
rate who
new employes) layoff are has listened to more Mounted. BTU Sq. Removal Price
Kennedy was killed. very long. which have advance, implications. Each was more favorablethe than 25 members of Congressurge Rating Amps Volts Ft. ph. hr. of Unit I IThermostat

This week The Associated, U.S. Treasury bond prices first few months of 1964 than a year ago."OPERATION an amendment to undo a Controlled 4,500 8 115 250 1.5 109..88
Press of 60 stocks declined gained last week. Corporate
average '
Supreme Court decision and SooO 8 115 290 1.7 128.97
3.3 to 303.4, comparedwith bonds traded on the New York per- i
1.2-3 Speed
r; '1 mit prayers in public schools. = Fan 6,200 7V2 115 375 I.R 152.50
the drop of 9.8 in the week Stock Exchange were un- Slide-out ChassisAll '
10,000 11 230 610 2.75 181.97
ended Nov. 23. changed to lower.Corporates : % "An is
attempt being madeto Certified NEMA 14.doo 12 230 875 4.6 199.97
The Dow Jones industrial av had a fairly active stampede Congress," Celler CN-1 Rated.
15,000 11.6 2aO 920 4 2.1S.00
erage this week declined 12.44to turnover on the exchange, with said., "I'm glad to .see people Prices include: 16,500 13.6 230 1,000 4.5 225.00
814.99. It fell 28.51 in the trading Thursday and Fridaythe finally are realizing that their Delivery, 1-Year 17500 12.. 230 1,040 5 235.00
tragic November week. heaviest in a month. Volumefor I apathy and indifference is danVote Service on Parts & 19:000: 13.6 230 1:160: 5.3 263.97
LaborWarranty and 5 Years
The market decline came in the week totaled $51.27 mil-
230 6.4
on Sealed 20,000 14.3 1,190 266.75
the face of generally good news lion par:value, compared with Refrigeration Systems. 25,000 16 230 ,500 8 304.50GAiNESVillE'S
about business and the over-all $46.74 million the week before. MachinesDue ,

FEC Lists a.

j ; Inspection of voting machines
will be held tomorrow at the Double Hung or Jalousie Window. $7.50 Casement Window or thru Wall $22.50 ; '
aY $ wixS
Profits For 4a Voting Machine Warehouse, 913 10% DOWN PAYMENT-24' MONTHS TO PAY-LOW FINANCE CHARGESWe
SE Fifth St., at 9:30 a.m.; according -

1st Quarter .4 tration Alma to Supervisor K. Bethea.of Regis- Sell and Install I
CentralAir ( B. Bohannon Jr1I

ST. AUGUSTINE (AP) The The inspection is open to all Conditioning I r
Ans Florida East Coast Railway has candidates, the Democratic and I I and Heating, Including all duct
a reported net profit of $324- Republican Executive Committees I work.
Call us for frt estimates.
157 for the first quarter of 1964 and the public, Mrs. Beth- j I S.E. 7th St. & 8th Ave. Phone FR 2956'I

despite losses incurred in five ea said. i I

& "lIlajor instances of sabotage."

K y W. L. Thornton, vice presidentand
chief operations officer of

the FEC, said total damage
sustained in the five ,
sabotagecases Your bestcombination ',t+
was "in excess of $1 mil- of
BARR "The net railway operations with appointment of county chairman ,
profit for the first quarter compares CONVENIENCE ; ? v '

Bank HeadsTo to a deficit of $544,029 for t bq

the corresponding quarter in Savings Bond :
Hear 1963 and a $305,828 profit for the ..
same quarter of 1962," Thornton
FDIC OfficialJoseph 4Y
y.n. y*
I said.He reported an operating ra- Drive to BeginA
W. Barr, chairman of tio of 74.0 for the first quarterof
the Board of Directors of the 1964 :.h ::M i.t :
compared with 912 for
Federal Deposit Insurance the new U. S. Series E savings Royce Powell district
corresponding period in 1963 savings
Corp., will be a prinipal speaker w v" ...
and said this "is indicative' of bond, bearing the portrait of the bond division representativefor ..
at the second annual Bank the improved operations meth- late President Kennedy, will go the Treasury Department, .
Directors Conference Gainesville ods in use." on sale here May 1 with the opening -' met with county "Operation ,

Tuesday. Thornton said all carload of "Operati Security," Security" committee membershere ,. > ,': "
Barr, a former congressman freight traffic is being handled a bond, campaign running this week and certified "t,; < ", '
also assistant to the
was secre- the through July 4. Datz as the county savings bond p.dr '55
tary of the treasury. A It. com- throughout railroad, including :
mander in the Navy during movement to Cape Kennedy, B. S. Datz, certified by U.S chairman. liP

World War II, he was awardedthe perishables from all vegetableand Treasury Secretary Douglas : ;
Bronze Star for action at An- citrus producing areas and,Dillon this week to direct the Insurance ,. {, -4s,. f.5Z5 R, :'f /
zio Beach. i movement of potatoes from the I Alactiua County campaign, said g rr r .
north Florida orders for the bond Kj4v. yy. ,5'
Approximately 100 persons are territory.The $75 are Salesmen GetRecognition A
expected to attend the confer carload freight traffic Is being> accepted by many banks e' 555. ? Scw. r
ence which is being corluctedby being handled by 850 employes and other issuing agents before '
to than the May 1 release date be- >;: :F '.'d
the University of Florida's compared more 2,100 '5 .5t'.5.:'{ r- b'
College of Business Administration Before the strike began on Jan. cause of an anticipated heavy
and the Florida Institutefor 23, 1963, Thornton said. Passen- demand.[ I Thirteen Liberty National personnel
Continuing UniversityStudies. ger service has not been re- Purchase price of the new from,the Gainesville District .
sumed since the strike began. bond is $56.25, and it will reach Office i have earned ,membership :
full face value in 7 years and 9 in the 1963 Torch 4'q S
months, said Datz. (Leaders') Club, based on sales
I I I ,5
Cancer Film Due on TV He said the new bond is not a production and won in .competition "

"memorial" to the late Presi- with more than, 2,000
A new educational film on program. dent, in that all other denomi- Liberty National agents.
cancer, "The Million Club," will Since Jan. 1, film showingsand nations of U.S: Savings Bonds From April 29-May 3, these YR i iz N

be shown Tuesday at 9:30 pjn. programs have been made bear portraits of deceased men and their,wives will attenda
on WUFTTV as a feature of available to more than 5,900 per- chief executives. meeting of the Torch Club in

Cancer Control Month. sons, not including the audi- However, beneath the portrait New Orleans. This is a confer- i5;< 4ty Y Y+ k .S :r
The Inter Club Council of ences of the special TV programs of Kennedy are the words ence of the leading producersof

Gainesville, sponsors of the educational produced by the Univer- from his inaugural address: the entire company, centered s'A..

program for the sity of Florida television station, "Ask not what your country can on professional im 555 w Cs r
American Cancer Society here according to Mrs. Hazel Fisher, do for you-ask what you can provement. '
this year, endorses ,the special council officer. do for your country..n Attending this meeting from
the Gainesville District will be :* / :
4: 5
the following men and their
Cited for ServiceAmong wives: 55 *

Manager L. G. Lee, Associate
Managers M. L. Hanks, B. F. c
Boulware and H. T. Bevis. oisu.A

Also, these agents and their
Take close at
wives: W. D. Thomas, S. N. a

Holloway, J. M. Foshee, M. L.
Hickox, D. D. Roberts, J. E.
4L Jones, C E. Zepperer, V. L.' growth dollars : -
Sirmons and L. A. McElroy. .1 your

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Riding HorseAssociation ( i' Some savings plans are more profitable than others. Ours,

for instance.. We've paid continuous dividends for 28 years.
Picks Officers . : ($100 placed with us at the beginning would be worth three

.. ,. times as much today.) Our plan is safer, too: your growth
The Ala;hua County .Riding "
Horse Association elected Sheriff : ,,' dollars are Federal agency insured. at Gainesville's largest

a.S Joe Crevasse president -
: association.
the April meeting Friday night. S "

R ms Y iyl V Xiristoffers Other officers, vice are president Dr, D. M.; : : -
% Mrs. "R ,S. Gibson, secretary, t-:5-; : ; 'First Federal

L.1 1 y. c with and Milton Martha Brownlee Gibson,, treasurer.In assistant;. .i;'J rt ?

addition 'the officers IT
to new '" "' '''
a directors elected include:' -. '_;:>"t;' '. j; savings & loan associationof

W. S. (Joe) Holland. Robert '- ', r .klnesvillMEMiEfc
Johnson Ralph W. 'CeHon Jr., ,' 4i%
'P Elliott Whitehurst and Arthur .:':"' :,, :; :. mEW SAYINGS LOAN INSUUNCf C000UT10N
Thompson. i- 'P"- t"., ;-5 ctiai' ami im'EII IBIUI MOM WAN lANK mtiM

'Hosts :for the meeting.,were : i-: ', ;! 249 W. UNIVERSITY. AVE. AT 3RD N. W. I3TH ST. AND 6TH AVE. fl6-7.55 1
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee Mr. '41.' ,-
the more: than 40, individuals honored, at the Heart Fund luncheon and Mrs. .AV :M. Retledge, Mr. ::5.5 ii : SAVINGS INSURED 5--
here Friday were William Cross- left who received a silver medallion for and Mrs. c.. S.-Brooki gHdrs.! SAFE

three'years service, and ,:Mrs. E. R. Woodward and Matthew Parramore, who O. H. Thomas and Mrs.;5.lV. :.. ., t r '4 by an agency' of. the US. Governmenti
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3, 000 Expected at Kick-Off of Bradford Co. Fair


-'?STARKE About 3,000 persons arc expected at the free Following the fish fry, sponsored by the Starke Rotary whole round of activities will get under way at noon and be County Sheriff's Posse, which in addition will feature special' i h:

I ._ fish fry,which will kickoff ;Bradford County's 14th annual Fair Club as part of its annual Rural-Urban Day program, Strawberry climaxed at 7 p.m., with a concert by the RJE band. exhibitions by Jack Andrews and his trained horse. Events

.Wednesday- at noon at the fair grounds on north US-301. Queen Linda Huggins will cut the ribbon officially opening On Friday, May 1, beauty contest eliminations will start at slated for that night include a greased pig chase, a whip-pop-
A. J. 'Thomas Jr., ,vice president of the Fair' Association the show. Also scheduled for Wednesday are livestock 2:30 pjn. to pick the first National Strawberry Queen. After ping-contest and a milking contest. .'_*
i said,' "We'expect at least that number, and that this Fair judging,and. a concert by the Bradford High Band under di- the finals, that night the new queen will reign at a Straw- Thomas said, "This fair 4s going to be an event you'll waist
.and Strawberry Festival will break. all ''previous records for rection of Eldon W. Mathews. berry Queen's Ball at the Starke Country Club. to see. Come Wednesday and eat with us, and then .vfjt
l : a attendance." Thursday, April 30, is colored school children's day and a Saturday is Horse Show Day sponsored by the Bradford again as many times as you can during the rest of,the'farJr


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Sunday, April 26, 1964 Gainesville Sun 1C : ++ .

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a 3 By SAM McGARVEY' :had nothing to do 'with,. T h e dish ;said, "You haven't ,got to An of the other, candidates sle Norman. _:'_
t'j Son Staff Writer !guilty ones were caught t pv in be sheriff to work on' that.It's foroffice spoke but their remarks i Lawtey Mayor Charley S h u-
bs'r'r'r'r'Y LAWTEY Former deputy Macclenny, and he says he the job ,of everyone in the ,were restricted to non- ford welcomed the crowd witha
Willard Will i a ms challenged worked six ,days on that case. [county and n just one man.", controversial ,points. The race few remarks at the start. of
l { r Bradford County Sheriff P. 'D. We s61ved 20 murder cases here I Replying to charges on the which had most interest'locally 'the rally. A benefit supper'was

Reddish in a political rally here before we had his help and on .audit, Reddish said "We did was that for County Commission served by the Lawtey Recreation
Friday night to explain why he one of them I received a com-:overspend :the budget one year, Dist I (Lawtey),.in which Board and Doug Jones of
had fired Williams."I mendation from the governor." :but we saved it:and paid it back incumbent Carl Prevatt is op that organization thanked.thosein

On the juvenile problem, Red-.!,out of,the next}earts iijdget" posed by David Shuford and OSTARLING ,attendance for their support
s challenge the sheriff to f ..;.- -, .:-... "
come-'up' here right now -I'll S :;

him of time to
give some my -

Th : F : i ; ? : Sm:1: .5; Williams tell you shouted why he to fired the crowd me," Y 0.v

around the Strawberry I.
gathered' h v. yy

+'a Jr kiQS The maneuver created.a stir bst \

on the platform. Lonnie Futch,

Bradford who conducted, the rally;_spoke
Bridge Job '
briefly to Sheriff Reddish and .
then,told Williams to continue.
Dry weather has been aiding Scott Construction Co. of Thomasville, Ga. on .gr
the concrete bridge being erected on SR-125 over the Santa Fe River in Williams said, "The people :

northwest Bradford. County. Howell :Mayo (center .foreground, holding rope) of Bradford County are entitledto j '
superintendent of the job said he expects the $60,000 project will be com- know why he.fired me, and if
pleted in about two months. Known locally as the Rosier Road, it is an important he doesn't tell you tonight or \
next week in"Starke .. ,." Williams -
east-west link ,between Union' and Bradford Counties.'GREAT I
paused and held up a t

!briefcase "I have it here
YL f
I'and, rn.bring it. all out! at the

I The ex-: deputy stated he had '
made a good record during the
1 L. Butler SetsGroundbreaking Bradford
In The 23 months he had served, prior ,
: Morning ,to his dismissal in 1953 and'then '

--.h,.--... ... !I attacked the record of the in- To.IIold', I Hospital=
cumbent saying "The sheriff :
Sun Staff Writer a jJ. says there crimes are here.no How major about unsolved 'Convention<-' April 17Louise M 0 r-r I s

,. Griffis, Ruby Aline Brown,
; _., ,. the 'armed robbery a market .. -". -, --. Brenda
-; .. r c. Diane Brown
Ground- Evelyn
LAKE BUTLER He said the State Cabinet has
in ,Starke not long and another -,,-DAYTONA, BEACH, .The -
That ,fellow. from Texas'! arch but woe betide LBJafihe The World's Fair looks ago Rosetta Chandler "
good 'one last night does he Florida Chapter* of the Southeastern breaking ceremonies for the been invited to attend, as wellas Julius Car-
whose temporary address is the ever gets caught fixing: a"ticket -from what we've seen so far $3.5 million state prison hospital -, ial' Chandler, Jane Loretta:Day
think armed robbery isn't a major Section, Society of.American other officials, and
White House, is one the most for one of them. on TV. We hope: though :that and reception center will many Anthony' L. ,Martin, all of {
crime And how about Foresters, will hold its that a fish fry will ,be held in
powerful men in the world today they have better arrangements 44 cases of breaking and enter- :spring convention here( May 7- be held here June 23, accordingto the Lake View Park in celebra Starke; Evelyn Story McClung,
but he found out recentlythat And speaking of political figures (or the ladies johnny than they ing which are unsolved and not 8. : State Senator 'Charley E. tion of the event. Atlantic Beach;' Joseph Lorin
he's subject to the same: one of the candidates,for had at the 1939 show. one arrest made. Check the I The theme of the meetingwill Johns.In Brown, Hampton. .r

traffic laws: as ;you and me'Alachua County commission record and then vote for me I 'be :forest land taxation. making'the,announcement Johns said the date will be April 18 -Sarah Faith Smith
and the guy.next door. ImagineLBJ : came out with a nifty at the and get the service'you're pay- Speakers will, include Levy Johns said the present prison l the same as that for the Lake ,
at a'' big conference, interrupted rally at Melrose. He closed his Sam visited the Fair with a ing for now and not getting." County Tax Assessor Dogan!employs 600 and that the new Butler city election but he norahome! ; Margaret Jean

by an aide saying,,, remarks hurriedly with:: "., ;girl friend, and after traipsingall Another of the candidates ,in Cobb, who will :give '"A County facility will mean an additional.. said it 'would in no way con- Rhoden,Lulu.Starke; Roy Elias
150175 Knight ;
"Boss, you better move your and another thing if you, or around the place for hours the four man race Jenn in g s Lssessor's. Viewpoint. jobs. _' _, -flict.Strawberry". -- -- ---
car. There's a cop outside says: your family ever get mentally the girl excused herself and dis-' Starling attacked the sheriff's Other speakers will' Include April 19 -Rose .L. Zittrau-

he's ,going to ,give you a tick, retarded, you won't have to wor- appeared_ into a place""" appropriately record by quoting from a recent Gordon.D.) D. 'Lewis;'U. S. Forest er, Keystone Heights:' Elizabeth -
et." -. ry about going to jail in Ala- marked Women. Sam critical audit report. Service, Ashville, N. C.; J. N. Sales > Rebecca Blake Lawtey;
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chua County, as we have a stood outside, waiting with 4I say the sheriff Is to blame Ayeocke, director of Assess- Richard B. Rodermond,'Starke.
All 'of which must be confusing better place for you now.n what he thought passed for an for' that audit report," Starling ment Standards Division: Jack-
I April 20
to such, Washington visi air of nonchalance, when sud- charged. "He's supposed to sonville; Flagler County Commissioner Carolyn Stephanie -
tors as King Hussein I, w h o J I A zealous candidate for Union denly a deep throated roar know what's going on and I call Jack Clegg and'Dav- Well Over: 1963 Thomas Lawtey; Rosa_'B.
has been potting around the i County Commission in came out of the johnny. on him now to explain the criticism -i'id ,C. Adkins executive director Flowers, Sarah Luke Kirby,
his rounds the: other of the Duval County Tax- both of Starke; Aileen Rae-
country doing a selling job,, making '. in that audit to the vot,
and who looks like a male day, rang a doorbell, and started II ers." payers ,Association. .STARKE Strawberry sales but that, the; volume of 170,223 dell Linsin Keystone Heights;

counterpart of Madame Nhu,.. to identify himself.} He :was I Not being.a Man of the World, Starling charged that little or, Frank A. Albert of Jacksonville the'orida on'' the Starke Farmers. Market units was considerably higher Jerta Fay Gibson, Lake ,.Buter. -
We delegate big powers to GUI cut short with "I know whoa when a second 'terrific roar nothing has been done by the' forest counsel Association for passed the- $500,000; mark '(than the 107,708 sold on the ;

president, such as loaning I you are. You were here. just!sounded A I victim of age old sheriff to help the young people!will moderate Forestry the last week according to Market market last ,year. April 21 -Carolyn Ruth,Net-

Yew million to a foreign mon. an hour ago." ,I repressions; he couldn't quitesee of the county:'The budget now The SAF Chapter program.'m'e mber- .Manager Phil Cronkhite. In addition to..-sales through ties, Starke; Richard Franklin
_. 30 cent higher, The total about the.'auction market consider;
-'- ---- -- himself dashing into the is $19.000.or per ship totals 419 foresters represents a a Durban. Lawtey; Mary Jane

Name Head Johnny, even as a'would he res- than it was some time ago,and throughout,the:state. 30 per cent.increase, compared able volume. of the fruit is sold Hall, Keystone Heights.April,22 _.;:;?

cuer. "After all,*' he argued yet not, one, thing" is being'done with last,year when sales for:.the along.local highwaysor.. .at.nearby -, .. James William!
for'juveniles i entire season:amounted:to,$358* :'aties.Cronkhite. "
himself ,
with "suppose ..
you pop I Page, Lawtey.
'For Starke He added, '"Not' long ago the: LetCojitractForPOAt said he is
: ( season
in there(and.are met byaJe'Vy 23 Walker
: 290.Cronkhite April McGjee: ,
; to.call law .
judge-had on
county 'said bat that it
of bl cmer-cIad spinsters ""who ; :the average nearly finished, macontinue Nina Lucille Lovell, both.* of
deny any roars were heard." enforcement officers to pick up price per flat ((12-pint carton) 'for several weekS, de- Starke. '
FHPUnit school children riding around was not as high as last year's, pending on the weather.be I M-
the county during school hours. Births ;:
ta In a little while the g. f. I[ say the sheriff should have; '
Sgt B, H. CHamp) Spears
McIntosh April 17 Mr. and Mrs>Artemis -
appeared, and said grimly.. "I been doing that without havingto Wheat Program'SignUp
has taken charge of the Starke, won't forget that experience,fora be asked." Brown, Starke, a soon: ,

District Florida' Highway Patrol long-tune to come. The darned Former county commissioner' : : McINTOSH A contract to Randall Phillip JJTT

.. station as a replacement for place is backed up by lions' Harold Norman, also a candi- build a new post office here April 1 8- Mr. and ,:Urs.

Sgt Carlos Musgrove who died cages." date for sheriff, after listing his has been awarded to Mrs. MayP. Walter Arville Rhoden, Starke,
recently. I qualifications for the office, Waters and Mrs. Edythe to Begin a daughter, Margaret Diane

Tip for free to Fair goers', said: Waters_ Davis, according to I April 21 Mr. and Mrs""JoeS.

Spears was assigned here from one who is still nursinghis 'I stand for decent law en Postmaster General John A. Alachua County farmers who no advance payments. He Nettles, kea"son. -
from Tavares, where he had forcement in Bradford County DischargedApril
feet from the last one: GronouskLHe
want to participate in the new said diversion payments will be
served 11 years. Prior' to that Wear comfortable shoes because -, with recognition and respect for said the new building will wheat program approved earlier made and certificates issued as 16 Patricia Ann

he had been stationed in Polk you're in for one of the, all citizens. We should not let be located on Avenue "G", next this month may start signing soon as possible after performance Duke and daughter Regina Ann,

SGT. SPEARS County for several months., 50 mile hikes that were public-. one.,man monopolize any office. to the present facility, and that up on May 1, according to has been checked. Mary Williams Felton.
Let's think for ourselves in successful bid amounted to 17 Merle Pack-
the April Leroy
The new Starke FHP chiefis ized not so long ago. Or bet- James Venable chairman of
a native of, Holmes County ter still, take a big bankroll 1 I this election. r think there, are 10665. The building will be the Agricultural Stabilization W. H. (Pete) Simmons ASS ham, Robert Leon Thomas,
where he was raised and attended along. and ride a rickshaw. enough of us who want goot d rented to the post office department and Conservation County Committee county officer manager' said Flourney Clemons, Janet Nichols -
*, law enforcement to see that a for five years, with that there are 40 wheat farm- Carter Claire Lee Brandon
school. He is marriedto
No Snake change is made." three : renewal options ers in Alachua County who havea
the former Miss Roma Benton Saw a dead 'possum halfway 5-year Danielia. G. Martin and son
Sheriff' Reddish,' obviously The sign-up period will extend combined base acreage of 752
at annual rental of $840 for
of Holmes County. They across the long bridge at t an Terrance Walter, Janice Marg
Charmer have three children: Bud 18; Green 'Cove Springs last week. angered by his opponents the basic term He said the through May 15, acres. Lawson[ and daughter Lori iin,

Ann, 15; Jean, 9. Spears sai I How come he got there reI'' 1ain..*: centered his attack on Williams. Waters-Davis bid Was the low. Venable said the new voluntary Beatrice Lilian PendletoiC.t"'
MIAMA (AP) -'Fred Peterson he will move his family to I a secret. Alive the rascals are,: "That challenge he mad: est of five received. program offers wheat Gives Birth April 18 Julius C. Chandler

figured it was bad enoogbto l Starke soon after the presen t; not very bright,.,and dead .theare ;;, knows was nothing that the but law a says bluff.nothing H e,, be He air said conditioned the .new,'building and have will an growers who participate: To 24th Child Marg Lee Crawford and

have unwanted, poisonous school term ends. verydumb. new can be brought out aft, of Diversion payments for son Troy Donahue.
five -ifoot water moccasin coil -- er 18 days. before the election. feet interior, pins space an area for parkin square g shifting wheat} acreage to conservation Mrs. James Big Crow, 40, Is April 19Roy Elias Knight,
uses (similar to the Brenda Diane Brown, Nealle
next to his feet he drove Health The law slipped-up -on "me- I back irr the hospital She
up as ,Open Meeting on and movement 01 postal vemc feed 'grain program). gave Lorraine Rich, Susan J ciJi nSilcox
down ,a Miami expressway thought it was 10 days, or I les' of 2, 00 sq. ft birth to her 24th child, and they
would have told why I fired I 2. Price support loans aver- Monteen S. Todd.Mar-
you The general said are both doing fine.
Bat when he frantically stopped postmaster aging $1.30 a bushel nationally. garet L. Crawford JohnZEu-
In County him.
Levy MondayBRONSON
the building will be completedby Mrs. Big Crow has made 16
the car, jumped gut; ranacross' Reddish then shouted, "He Marketing certificates witha gene Griffis, Anthony L. IMar-
:the road end, found thef&ake Septl.Egg value of 70 bushel trips to the hospital, and has tin. .r
cash cents
he solved the Eagle De- a -
The.health 'win be led Sanitar- says
re- by County
had foUowed':him he fig given birth to eight sets of twins 20 Norma j"E: MIen
domestic and 25 cents for April
partment Store case and that he Market for -
port of the Levy County Rural ian Basfl May and Mrs. Min
and eight other babies. Nineteen
ered it-was- time'to call- thtpo- Area, Development program nie ,Radacky, county health got a commendation from another export bra large part of the Florence E. Brown .RubY
of her children still alive.
lice. sheriff for it:;m (AP The farm's 1964 wheat production. are Aline Brown and son Randall
t win be reviewed by members:nurse, who are..co-chairmen of give any JACKSONVILLE: ) -
4 Robert 20 the eldest is in
:Petersen :wavea, 'doWn the of the steering, committee tomorrow the RAD health 'committee. man wo can produce proof of Northeast Florida Egg 'Market' Venable said that wheat producers Phillip, Margaret J, Rheden

tr'of rltla'flg1f\vaI': :t 'pa night at: a .meeting Other .pads 'wS include that,$100. He says he solved 22 prices to retailers: who wish to take partin Navy. and daughter, Margaret Diane,
troImaD..W..F.- g; w l o Hs- ,starting at 8 pjn. ; DrT James Dailey, MU., and, cases and the'truth is, from the 'Extra large 39-42, mostly; the program will have to Mr and Mrs. Big Crow live Marilyn Renee Griffis. .;:::ZL
the:unwanted hitchhlket.wkE.ahunet Dr. Parnick Williams DD.S. records I have right here that large 37-39 mostly 38-39; medium sign up at the ASCS county office on the Pine Ridge Indian Reser- April 21 Carolyn S. Ham
pitched : : throUgh the ._ The meeting will be at the All persons Interested in the, I was the one who signed the 33-37, mostly 35-37; small There will be no "automatic" vation in a four-room frame as, Dorothy Lee Griffis,geo.

--- Bronson Town HalL health program of 'Levy County affidavits." 30-34, mostly 30. i participation. house which does not have elec J. Malhalko, Elizabeth R. Blake.

---.... A"panel discussion on the are invited to attend the: The sheriff continued, "0 n e Poultry at farms: fryers 12H; Because of the lateness of the tricity. Big Crow works for a April 22 Caffie E. GitJ'
-- health' needs: of Levy County meeting.., case he claims he solved, he bens too few,to report. season. Venable said, there will nearby farmer. Cleone'Reagan. -='
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farms, and the Department of Fancy COCONUT -
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alfalfa., ...
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health officer, said Food and GROUNDBEEF

Drug Administrati FRUIT PIES
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County. Florida hereby calls 4or and ".
requests bids tor the following>equipment -
to be purchased by the Board. .AURORA UBBY, SLICED MIXED BATH SOAP *- SMALL
for-and on. behalf .et Aledwa County

Florida t"Wisconsin- new: Lace Model(0 Fog Aendlg Generator Engine with factory YELLOW Pineapple 3 t v NO. 2 can 3 9f Sweetheart ? .B,. 4.BorPkg. 47* Blu-White I ., 2 Pkgs. 1 19*

equipped for LP. gasoline operation
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essary to maintain arequal pro 2 27rJ. -oz.
operating condition urf Pkg.
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of approximately 49 gallons an y *
hour the new wilt machine be wed*. Is.as a trade-In on ta ae 8"OFF \\1 13 Soap. z.BarP** 3VBATH NO. 5 Bottle_ 55
Gainesville. Florida .
All bids F.O.B. t IN PLASTIC CONTAINERClorox -
Delivery to be made wtthhi thirtyday RtGU1AR
of acceptance of bid. DIXIE == *
All bids must be In writing and delivered Jf PRICE: Protex SCOP. 4V Bleach. HaifGai39;
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of County Commissioners at the Court- CUP
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Sunday, April 26, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3C


Methodists to U.S. POWER OF PRAYERNo

q Out Air Open truer words

.:Churches Try Ads r.,hove ever beery

; General Conference :. spoken than,
r TodayLAKELAND f j,: "More things
;1 f '. NtUt dark wtmt Why try and go it alone? I I !t '!1i"",. are wrought by
than this
1 By PETER BART The blessings you lose maybe your own?" Florida Meth- gation are' the Rev. George' A. Named as reserve delegates world payer: dreams

I t NEW YORK The United Presbyterian Church of the "Some of our churchmen" thought these lines were' a bit, shallwe odists'will be represented by 16 Foster of Tampa and R. How- are those area representatives,I of," and the

' United States is set to begin with what it considers a major say, secular, one Presbyterian official said. "But I dis ministerial and lay delegates at ard Berg of Melbourne. Berg is Gainesville District Superintendent purpose of this

,, -- Dew theological weapon radio commercials. agree. After all, this country has seen jazz masses and night the denomination's international conference lay',leader, and national John M. Sikes, Tom H. column is to
clubs taken
over by church We
must think of the evidence
I After testing a series of radio spots,in two cities, the church good." groups. greater General Conference, opening president of the Board of Slade of Starke and Mrs. R. E. that add truth. to

r.. j has;: decided to start a saturation-spot, campaign in. 15 of the today in Pittsburgh, Pa.,. and Lay Activities. Rutland Sr. of McIntosh. Horold A. Th e power ofJohnson
; nation's biggest urban centers. The spots were devised by,Stan continuing for two weeks. prayer is one of

1 Freberg, the California comedian and ad man, whose previous / the many mysteries with which
r. advertising efforts were devoted to such non-theological items Held every four years, the this world knows is filled of that, but, man
(i SUU To Attend usually power
5Ui1k General Conference is the
' as Chan King Chow Mein and Contadina Tomato Paste. WorkshopOf through personal experience
I The,decision to start a full-fledged radio campaign was made church's top legislative and:policy only after his faith enables the

.(.... over stem internal opposition, a church spokesman said. '. making body and its only power to come through. faith It Is
this No ,
as simple as :
"Hundreds of pastors and theologians have written protestingthe RELIGIONUnited official voice. 'Church PublisherA. no power.

effort," he stated, "but none of them had heard these spots. *
The 850 voting delegates, Someone once compared man'
When they hear them they will change their mind." with electrical appliance.
equally divided minis- an
Church. officials have, been studying research based on the ---- among Leon Langston, ministerof In other church activities,! It functions properly only when
ters and will
campaign's initial tests in St. Louis and Detroit, and have concluded laymen, represent plugged into its source of.
23 countries. Also in attendance Westside Christian Church, plans are>gradually becoming I power. Millions of people have
that the In Detroit, where
findings are highly promising.
Church Women will be representatives of will travel to, Cincinnati, 0 bin, reality as the Bible school found that source of power and.
local stations ran 900 Presbyterian spots ,a week, .78 per cent peace, but many millions h...e
of those who heard the commercials said that they had discussed 20 other countries and fraternal tomorrow for a workshop held is being set up. Charles! not. and it is the hope of t5s

the spots with friends, and 6 per cent had talked about Plan Fellowship DayMay delegates from major denomina- by Standard Publishing of Bentley has been appointed sup editors that those who have
them with thenministers.. tions and ecumenical bodies. which he is the representativefor erintendent. column found it will some offer encouragementto through this'

"That," said one church official, "is impact" The Detroit Members of the Council of the state of Florida. the others through their
will be Under God
Fellowship Day will feature
tests involved some $400,000 in donated time, the church es- observed Friday by the United sentation by Mrs. Carl D.a Monkof pre- Bishops, including Bishop The publishing house provides Today has been set aside as a testimony.If .

timates. Church Women of Gainesville,I the needs of Bell Nursery, James W. Henley of Jackson- Christian education literatureand special day of evangelism. The you hove hod a prayer

The Presbyterians will not be alone in their radio drive. The with two services slated at the and Mrs. Robert Showalter -ville: will preside at plenary II supplies for Christian theme, "More for the Master," answered be or good a religious enough experience to-

Mennonite Church also has been testing radio spots in Terre Holy Trinity Episcopal Church I chairman of the study com- sessions. Churches in the nation.In !has resulted in an increase in write in confidence to the
I Haute, Ind., and Williamsport, Pa.; and plans to enlarge its ef on NE First St. mittee, will discuss the prob- Vigorous debate is anticipatedon the 9:45 ajn. Bible school the FAitor. P O Box 13, Norwalk,
I I several issues including I. the three day workshopnew 'past four Conn. Tell briefly of your experience -
Sundays. Rev.
fort.The The meetings will be at 10 lem of school dropouts. Lang-
Mennonite spots, which were prepared by a Washington racial integration, church and materials and plans for the ston will continue in his seriesof or opinion and state
a.m. and 7:30 and Mrs. Serving on her committee are whether you wish your name
:, advertising agency, Henry J. Kaufman Associates, are a bit more John Christensen chairman. Mrs. Hiram Williams, Mrs. J. state relations, the traditional future 'will be revealed. This I fundamental 'doctrinal mes- used. You may write without

hard to sell than Freberg's efforts. D. Shannon and Mrs. Estell Methodist position of total absti- work will coincide with' West- sages at.ll a.m. for the revealing your name if you
"Live big live live take the ,of Participating in the services, congre- wish. (Editor will edit com
abundantly, really gift Tomlin. nence from alcoholic beverages side's goal: "The best in Chris-
gation, now meeting
to be held in the church temporarily ment, and be sole judge as
life that only Christ can give, an announcer 'implores"on the will ,be Mrs. P. sanctu-I The speaker for the morni n g and proposals to merge with tian Education in the Education' at the Little Theater, 4039 to publication. Copyright 1964,
Mennonite ads. ary,
other denominations. Center of FloridaG a In es- Efco.) Write in care of -
session will be O. W. Nealy, NW 16th Blvd.
field and Mrs. F. D. Shannon.,
The three spots prepared by Freberg start off with"a brief
Leaders of the Florida dele- ville.
principal of Lincoln High School, I
Miss Marva will be soloist
dialogue and then conclude with a singing jingle. In one spot Wych JONESJOHNSONFUNERAL
and for the night meeting, JohnC.
a businessman gives 'his card to another man, who at the morning service and HOME
Miss Priscilla West in the Rawls, assistant principa I The word "linoleum"
notes that the businessman's in. The bus- eve- was
name was penciled
of that school. A question ,and Orange Lake Baptist 311 S. MAIN ST.
coined the British
by inventorof
inessman comments that "we're all penciled in in this life, ning.Members
answer period will conclude the
whereupon the jingle declares: of Holy Trinity will the well known floor cover- FR 6-5361

",..1ere did you get the idea you could make it by yourself? be hostesses at a social hour in meetings. Church Opens Revival. ing. .

Doesn't it get a little lonely sometimesOut the Parish,House preceding the! .L .

on that limb without Him? program. Opening a week of revival ing worship, and the ,public is -
It's a great life but it could be greater. The program, "One FamilyI ]Lutheran "S 1'I ,,',
services today :at Orange Lake welcome to'all, the observances' . \, I I I ," I

Baptist Church will be Rev.' and the,revival. .J. V....,i -----__
E. B. of Thalman Ga. -- .. ,-
Peacock .

Church DirectoryGAINESVILLE LeagueTo close He will next bring Sunday the series with to the a Wesley Church'To J> LUCKY YOU! (.

church's celebration of its 80th --y .......,
CHURCHES Road and Third Ave., servicesat ter Day Saints, ''1220 SW 5th MeetMembers homecoming. Launch /m I* /\ r \. *. H
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Advent Churches 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Ave., Sunday school, 10 a.m., Weloming the Georgian guest *I.* I,, 'I' ,

Advent Christian Church, 617 EpiscopalEpiscopal Sacrament meeting, 6:30 pjn. I will be Orange Lake's new pas. Study CourseA tI V M
NE 1st St., services at 11 a.m. Center, Chapel of Nazarene of the Lutheran .
tor, Rev. Dalton Little. He came YOU MAY ALREADY BE THE WINNEROF
and 7:30 p.m.Umbarger the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ. First Church of the Nazarene -Women's Missionary League of here in study course entitled .. i
early March after serving -
Memorial Advent Ave., Holy Communion at' 8 302 SE 1st Ave., servicesat the First Lutheran Church will "Christian' Missions in Southern A BEAUTIFUL $259.00 SOFA :

Christian, 19th St. at 45th Ave., a.m, morning prayer at 11 10:45 a.m. and ;:30 p.m. hear a program on "SpiritFill- Thalman at the Glyn for 22 Baptist Churchin Asia" will begin Tuesday at .

services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. First Sunday, Holy Com- Trinity Church of the Nazarene *-ed Homes are Strong Homes" at years.' Wesley Community Methodist SEE THE BROYHILL SCOTCHGARD FJf
munion at 11 a.m. 926 NW 31st Ave., servicesat Next Sunday's 'homecoming
pjn. their 9:30 a.m. meeting Tues- Church. j 4 COLOR AD IN MAY GOOD HOUSEKEEPING ..
Alliance Churches Holy Trinity, !16 NE 1st St, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. in the house. will feature several music ..
First Alliance, 11 a.m., wore Holy Communion at 8 a.m. University Ave. Church of the .groups, including the_Waymakers Sponsored by the WSCS and .
ship at Bishop Jr. High, 1901 morning prayer at 9:30 and 11. Nazarene, 3545 W. Un'v. Ave., Presenting the program will Quartet of Keystone Heights, under the direction of Mrs. L. A. AND FIND OUTSMITHDECKSTORM
and 7:30 be Mrs. Fred Hansen. slated for the Gaitanis, the course will be the (
NE 9th St., 7:30 pjn. service at "irsi Sunday Holy Communionat services at 10:45 ajn. morning worshipand
637 SE 1st Ave. 8, .9:30 and 11. p.m. Delegates who attended the in the afternoon, and the society's foreign mission study FURNITURE CO.

Michael's, 2180 Milhopper NondenominationalWest Spring Rally of the Jacksonville: Williams' Brothers Quartet of,for the year. 6-6251
Baptist 12 S.W. 1st Ave. Telephone FR
First Baptist. 425 W. Univ. Road, Holy Communion at 8:30 Side Christian Church, Zone of the LWML in Ocala Jacksonville, to sing in the aft- The dates for 'the study are

Ave., services at 11 a.m. ,and a.m.; family service at 9:30; !meeting at Gainesville Little last Saturday will report on the ernoon and at the evening serv- April 28 and 30, and May 5 and (Advertisement)

7:30 'p.m.Calvary. morning prayer at 11 ajn. on I Theatre, 4039 NW 16th Ave., session. The group included ice.A 7 from 9:30 to. 11 ajn. A nur- To serve their readers and advertisers better,

Baptist Church, SE 1st and 3rd Sundays, Holy Com- :service at 11 ajn. Mrs. Werner Lauter, Mrs. Walter basket lunch will be serv- sery will be provided, and all newspapers in recent years have invested more than

15th St, services at 11 ajn. munion on 2nd and 4th Sundays. PresbyterianFirst Kiernke, Mrs. Luther Arnold ed after homecoming's morn-interested are invited. $700 million in new plants and equipment.

and 7:30 Holiness Presbyterian Church Mrs. Henry Schroder, Mrs. :. _
pmCarol .
Estates Baptist Eliam Pentecostal, SW ,Archer 06 SW 3rd St., services at 11 Alfred Newmaster and Mrs. I fillll lUc

Church, 1428 NE .20th Place, I Rd., services at 11 a.m.' a.m. and 8 p.m. Clayton Hustad, zonepresidentMite '

services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 and 7:30 pjn.University Grace Presbyterian Church; boxes will be collected SNITH-DECK-SIORM S
Pentecostal Holi- 3146 NW 13th St., service at 11 during Tuesday's opening devotions r

p.m.Old Fashioned: Missionary ness Church, Odd Fellows tem- ajn. to be used for district and 1 w '
ple at 740 SE 2nd Ave., services Chur-
Highlands Presbyterian mission
Baptist Mission, at corner: of international projects. 1
NW 6th St. and 34th Place, services at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m.Interdenominational ch, 1001 NE 16th Ave., servicesat During'the social hour follow- New!
Broyhill Ptemies'captivating
at 11 a.m. arid 7:30 p.m. 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m.KanapahaPresbyteri. ing Mrs. Hansen will be hostesses. -
Gainesville Drive-In Church,
Eastside Baptist Church, 1501 I COLONIAL
E. Univ. Ave., services at 11 I Hawthorne Road, service'at an Church, Archer Road past collccttos ..
8:30 ajn. .Medical Center, service at 11 s
a.m. 'and 7:30 pm. The Salvation Army, 232 SW with the
,Faith Independent Baptist ajn. Choose locked-in, 3-way protection
I 2nd Ave., services at 11 ajn. Quakers
Church, 'NW 31st Ave. at 7th Yllll/31u ,
and 7:30 of Friends, !
Religious Society
Ter.7:30: ,p.aiForest services. at 11: ,a.m. and Jehovah's Witnesses 1921 NW 2nd Ave., service at Youth ForProgram cE li= ftftj

Park Baptist, 162; Kingdom Hall of Jehovah'sWitnesses 11 am.UnitarianUniversalIst

NW' 5th Ave., services at 11 1124 NE 3rd Ave., STAIN REPEILERL
and 7:45 service at 6:30 p.m. Unitarian Universalist Fellowship 5 ,
ajn. *.... pjn.Ga LutheranFirst no. 1204 NW 10th Ave.,
Church sville, SW 34th St. at Baptist Ar- Lutheran Church, 1801 Sunday school and services The young people of North .,,. y ? ,uu SPILL PROOF

NW 5th Ave., services at 8:30 both at 11 ajn.AREA Central Baptist Church have
service 11
cher North Road, Central Baptist a.m. and 11 a.m.Gethsemane. CHURCHES I been chosen by the Florida Bap STAIN PROOF : <<1
Lutheran Assembly of God
Church, 404 NW 14th Ave., services tist Convention Training Union S
Church 1905 NE 12th St. First Assembly of God, Wal I
at 8:30 and 11 a.m., and ser- Department to put on a demon SOIL PROOF J
7:30 p.m. vice at 11 ajn.University do Road, services at 11 ajn. 'stration Training Union Pro
Lutheran Church. and 7:30 !
Oak Hill Baptist, 800 NW 40th p.m.Baptist gram. The demonstration program
Ave., services at 11 a.m. and 1826 W. Univ., Ave., service at ''will be presented at the: W
11 ajn. Archer Baptist Church, Archer I )1 "
7:30 p.m. summer assembly sponsored by tiLl
Oak Park Baptist Church, Methodist services at 11 a. m. and 8 the Florida Baptist Conventionand =-. I

4610 Archer Rd., services at Centenary Methodist 1400 P m. held at Stetson UniversityJune' yAN Mr II : -
9:45 ,and 11. a.m. and 7:30 p.m. SE ,Hawthorne Road, servicesat II. Eliam Baptist Church, Mel- 8-12. J
Parkview Baptist; 3403 NW 11 ajn.. and 7:30 pan rose, worship services at 11 .

13th St, services at 11 a.m. First Methodist, 419. NE Is ajn. and 7:30 p.m. The youth group was chosenas I
and 7:45 St, services at 8:45 and 11. First Baptist Church of Mlc- a result of having the second
Pine Grove Baptist Church, a.m. Fellowship at 5:30, ser- anopy services at 11 ajn and h i g h e st number of young!

4200 NW 39th Ave., services at ice at 7 pjn. 7:30 p.m.Wflliston. people to attend the encampment -i
11 ajn. ,and 7:30 p.m. Faith Methodist Church, Howard Baptist Church, ser 'from all Florida churches.The .
Baptist Church, Bishop Jr. High .Cafetor vices at 11 ajn. and 8 p.. I
Rldgeview'' him, 1901 NE 9th St., serviceat Methodist pastor, Rev. N. B. Lang-,
St. services at 11
NW, 19th ,
11 amTrinity I Alachua Methodist, SE 1st ford, will be attending with the
and 8
a.m.Westside p.Baptist Church, Methodist Church St., service at 11 a.m. group and will be leading the

4039 Newberry Road, servicesat 3536 NW 8th Ave., services at Melrose Methodist, services at Bible Study Conference period. II
dist 826 NW 23rd Blvd., services -11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn. '
11 a.m. and 7:30 pmCatholic The cost of the week'scamp
at 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn. Orange Creek Methodist US-
Wesley Foundation and University 301 north of Hawthorne, serviceat is $20 of which North I

St Augustine Chapel, 1738 Methodist Church, 1320 9:30 a.m. Central Baptist pays half. Registration -,II I

W. Univ. Ave., Sunday masses, W. Univ. Ave., services at 8:45and Newberry Methodist, servicesat : 'is now open and young II
at 9:30 and 11 ajn. and 12 : ''14.24 who inter-I '
11 ajn. 9:55 ajn. and 7:30 pjn. I people ages' are
ooon daily mass Mon. throug Mormon Williston ,Methodist Church ested in attending should sign ,

FrL at 6:30 and 11:15 a.m., Sat Church of Jesus Christ of Lat services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.j up to ,have a room reserved. II
at,9 ajn. Confession Tues. and, .._ ,
Thurs. at 7 p.m., and FrL at
I .
5 pjn. .' .
St Patrick's, Church, 704 NE, !,.

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Leg Bates and Conrad 7:05 O Ranger Hal Ill6 YEYOU' G6F7EFEANTONIOSAl1821 ETrf
"Lottie Buck" Buckner in 7:50 O News ( AND J.6. 4f58[ ER.. htUSIG'EACH RS aOfNi1F 'Yb(1DRlY( MECRA2it!
dance the 8:00 O Kangaroo rn BETYN
.. .. a challenge ; Captain / TiEd4'( :
111/h Tri Ariston, acrobats; 8:40 0 Americanism :vs.

--' and comics London Lee, Communism.

."...' Bob King and Georgie 9:00 Q Divorce Court \:

Kaye. Ray Bloch con- O Bachelor Father < !
ducts the orchestra. O Romper Room

8:30 0 O Grind O People Are Funny

9:00 O Burke's Law- Q Jack La Lanne

Mystery 9:55 CD Sen. Spessard Holland -

O News /VBRAZIL. ..
Color "Enter Thomas Y0E.1 ;,z.. .
( ) wHAT"5 St1WIt TH I N S -
Bowers." After a tri- HOUR?1ME lL SiYt RRl a'
SUNDAY MORNING films taken in and around umphant tour in Europe, ,10:25 O (D News i fNOW NEW VORK...FlNE.f.fNOT EES OVER EFF TH FVR was 8 NIARRI>;D INTHE ,-
11 10:30 O D Word For Word
Havana and Santiago AIR 4 rt
7:00 O Living Words a famous Negro singer en- -
O I Love
plus Lisa Howard's interviews counters racial prejudice =:
7:05 D Religion Is Relevant 11:00 O CD Concentration .
,f 7:30 CD Gospel Caravan with Premier in Virginia City when he O Price Is Right I II I
Castro, economic chiefof arrives for a concert
8:30 CD Songs
Gospel Education
O Physical
1' 8:03 O Sen. G. Smatbers Che Guevara and Bias Hoss: Dan Blocker. Ben: Links
11:30 O CD Missing
I Roca Cuba's top Commu- Lome Greene. Adam:
8:40 O Lippy The Lion O Pete And GladysElementary <
.' 9:00 O You Are There I nist. Pernell Roberts. O Science

; O Showcase Ken Knight, 2:30 CD Hootenanny 10:00 O Shakespeare; 12:00 Q'CD First Impressioncolor c

9:30 O Children's Hour 3:00 O Movie Soul Of An Age ( ) M. I f 4aCt

O Gospel Songs "Du Barry Was A Lady." (Special) (Color) Shake- O Love Of Life I I -

CD Together We Worship 3:30 CD Movie speare is the subject of O High School Chemistry

,10:00 O International Zone "El Alamein. this Lou Hazam docu- 12:25 O News I

O Lamp Unto My Feet 4:30 O Men Into Space mentary. Cameras show 12:30 O O Truth or I SHORE, UH-DIDTH'WIDDER-A I AIN HAD I'LL SORRY ITFROMSAIRY

CD This Is The Answer 5:00 O Topic us Shakespeare's world. ConsequencesO H EWINEYLOWEEZY HAWKINS UDPE OFF JTH'CHANCETO

'" 16:30 O This Is The Life CD Ozzie And Harriet O Candid Cameral Search For Tomorrow CAN I SORRY COME RIGHT AN'GITHItcHED /TALKTOSAIRY 1-. =(

O Faith for Today O Florida Dessert Contest :30 O What's My Line? Jt5 O Guiding Light Eten A CUP OF ON 1M 1.ASTNI6HT? S VET-SHE'S.60TALLTH'LOWTOWN d,

CD Frontiers of Faith 11:00 O News Q Let's Speak Spanish k-H CORN MEAL? it

'Of"- 11:00 O Image U.s.A. 5:30 O Jacksonville Forum. O News 12:55 O O News

CD Bold Journey Q CD GE College Bowl O News 1:00 Q News r 2 1

) O Church Service 6:00 O Twentieth Century 11:15 O Movie O Midday t Q ._ tr4
11:30 O Flight CD Meet the Press "Imperfect Lady. (1947))' CD Local News

H CD Beany And Cecil Mme. Indira Gandhi i, A young ballernia and a 1:05 CD Match Game r rI

12:00 O Revival daughter of Prime Min- man campaigning for election 1:15 O Focus-Interview I) .; 1 ..
O Film Feature ister Nehru. to Parliament find O Leer Y Escribir -
fI CD Bugs Bunny 6:30 0 News, Weather romance. Ray Mflland,' 1:30 O Science

12:13 O Baseball Sports Teresa Wright,Sir Cedric O As The World Toms rn a

Cubs vs. Phillies. O Mr. Ed Hardwicke, Virginia Field, CD Ernie Ford

i 12:30 O Obal Roberts CD News' Anthony Quinn. 2:00 O CD Let's Make A Deal
CD 7:00 Q Dill Dana 11:30 B Peter (tarn O Password
"Tarzan's New ,Ad. -ven-- CD Patty Duke D Movie 2:25 0 CD News r"' DETECTION DESCRIBE IT LOOK? ?
ture." O Lassie "The Life of Emile Zola. 2:30 O CD Doctors WORK* @ % E3CST't
1:00 O Christopher 1:30'0 CD Disney's World MONDAY MORNINGAND O House Party ?

<1:30.0 Baseball (Gofer) "&Uers'of the AFTERNOON 3:00 O CD Loretta Young '.
Red Sox vs. White' Sox High Country' The life 6:00 Q SlimnasticsO O To Tell The Truth I tU s r

CD Cuba and Castro To- of the cougarvariouslyknown Sunrise Semester 3:25 O News

day- as the puma, 6:10 ID Continental Classroom 3:30 B CD You Don't Say -< L r *:: L:% s
(Special), Since the U. S mountian'lion"and pantherO 6:15 0 Sunshine Almanac O Edge Of Night

broke off diplomatic rela My Favorite 'Martian 6:30 O World CivilizationO 4:00 O Match Game

tions with Cuba in 1960; '8:00 O Ed Sullivan Pastor's Study O Secret Storm .

Americans have had littlechance Scheduled guests include 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac CD Popeye's Pals r\r\\\ t.

to view conditionson jazz trumpeter Al Hut; ,6:40 D Living Words (color) 4:25 O News U \
the 'island. But ABC Metropolitan Opera soprano 6:50 O Farm And Home 4:30 Q Burns and Allen ". ,

News' producer Harry Roberta Peters; 6:45 D HI, Neighbor (color) o Yogi Bear jFCD A _:
1 Rasky a Canadian -citizen the Kim Sisters, vocal O News, Weather Movie -

has returned with group; tap dancers Peg 7:00 O CD Today "The Navy Comes' Through." --

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language 25.Smallest abbr. WOE L ATE RAN their lawn so they put up signs. Tonitc S 3 Color Hits!

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a huge stone at the entranceto 3RD BONUS HIT

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businessman, has been namedto been admired by thousands of "Merrill'sMarauders" :<
the Military Affairs Committee tourists I'U

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of Commerce, according to Inspired by a fairy tale by
Hans Christian
Andersen the
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Little Mermaid had
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.. Sunday, April 26, 1964 Gainesville Sun SC

will'Gainesville feel limited) Post and adjustments other cities Office in Wednesdays because to it normally Curtail- made in business or home Services deliv- Pinnell said the economy step,, $ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $#$

is the "slow day" in the ery of first or second class i is being ,taken as part of President
some postal services beginning week. Also, many business matter special and J 0 h n son's program under Sun's
May 4, according to Post- firms served by the parcel perishable articles and air mail which the recent federal income Prizeword Puzzle CornerLast

master Paige Pinnell routes are closed in the after- parcels, or any other major tax reduction was pro-

'1 The services to be adjusted in noon. I service. j:vided.
f u
Gainesville as a result of Postmaster He,said RFD carriers, mounted Week's .: 1
John Gronouski's order and mailster routes will con!I : 1. The prize for the correct i to His Sundays PRIZEWORD PUZZLE
to cut $12.7 million from thenation's : tinue usual service. will be $250. If no correct sIn received In this Sunday's puzzle then $2)
PriZCIVOl"llExplallatiolls # prize money will be added I week's award making next week's
postal service bill include I I prize S27J.
State Needs
: As for the window service, Boys Helps 2. If the winning entrant Seen a home-delivered subscriber to The SUN
Pinnell said the main post office one for the correct preceding puzzle 30 Is days .. -a bones of SIM will be added. If more than
I rest 001 home-delivered subscribers
No delivery of parcel post will and the University Station will be divided among them. the bonus will
be made From Civic Organizations tr X The Sun will pay at least $25 each week for the .
on Wednesdays by the ,provide sale of stamps and envelopes -, { WORD PUZZLE. If more than one correct solution to correct a week's solved puzzle PRIZ is re
three parcel post carriers. acceptance of parcelsj '-' ceived rect solution.the prize money will be divided equally among those submitting the cor

Post office windows selling for mailing, delivery of parcels Boys State 1964, this year's The week-long program is designed CLUES ACROSS:

money orders, receiving: box on which carriers have left notice I production of the American Le to provide youths a better 4. HASH not cash. HASH clue 4. Solve the word the which clue as you you think would best any fits crossword the clue definition.puzzle. Determtne Clip out from the puzzle each

rent collections and setting meters and general delivery serv- gion's school in government at understanding of government links up best with "mother": or sale use reproductions a good, exact-size will not hand-drawn be facsimile. Mechanical or otherwise whole
,will be closed ice.until noon as has been !Tallahassee, will be held July 5- the decision of the fudges' acceptable. This contest is based on skin. The
on Saturdays. long; and its said "boy might" just as well"ask" shall be final and all contestants taking' part must
operation agree to
Pinnell said the parcel post ,practiced. j 11. Haythorne. father "for cash." Also, property of accept the Gainesville this decision Publishing as a condition Company of and entry.none All can entries Se returned.become the

delivery adjustment was set for He said no changes are to be i Civic and fraternal groups the clue word, "merely pre- 5. Anyone except employes of the Gainesville' Publishing Company and their
a sumes "mother's" willingness families may enter this contest.
are asked to assist the American (Advertisement)
Legion here in defrayingcosts to give it, favoring HASH rather $. After you have filled in the puzzle, paste It en the back of I law-cent
MAKE EVERY to send the full quota of If your romance has lead to than cash. Mash is not good. P.oostcard.O. Box Mail 57, it Gainesville.from a Florida Florida postoffic, or bring Prizeword it to the GamesvWe Pete. GatnesvMIe Sun Circu Sun

:five boys to Boys State 1964, marital results and you need a 6. NATIONAL not rational. i GOOD OLE PETE prize lation, must Department be received Office. at 101 the SE Gainesville 2nd Place.Sun All entries to be eligible far the

DRIVE ASAFETY according to Keith Haythorne, budget boost for the trouseauor "Presumably" suits NATIONAL day Entries at f enclosed am. We In are not responsible for entries office lost or not delayed later than in the Wednes-mails.
better. Since leaders THE envelopes cannot be accepted.
chairman of the event. Classified political SUN'S PUZZLEDPUZZLE
are not crazy, "presumably," 7. There can be no correspondence or telephone calls regarding the c"nlesf.
DRIVEGive :' He said nominees include Ste- will go over BIG with you! You is superfluous for rational. EDITOR Each reader may submit not more than FIVE entries In each week's contest.

Your Car A Physical Examination pen Myking, Dan Tucker, Stephen -'get cash for those no longer 8. BASES not oases. Since all Circulation t. A copy Department of the Gainesville of the Gainesville Sun may Sun be at examined 101/ free of charge it the
SE 2nd ,
and Bill Ar- Place. Gainesville
At A Gainesville Safety Circle. needed items furnishings,:oases are understood.to be in Fin. during regular' office hours
mour, all of Gainesville High sports equipment, or maybe remote ,. Winners if ,
I areas, the clue phrase any and correct solutions to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD
ADAMS INSURANCEAGENCY ;School; Robert Hines, Danny just your little black book. Just "in remote areas," has most No Better PUZZLE SundaY'S will Gainesville be announced Sun. and a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLE pubhshed in next
Dennison Johnson and
Covey dial 372-8441 for d
a helpful a point for BASES. Cases and
234 S.W. 4thAve, ,. FR 6-8236 !Jerry Snyder, of P. K. YongeHigh writer. vases are too vague, especially error 10. The.r Gainesville any other errors Sun reserve winch the mar right to correct tn anr typographic)
School. a appear any published material_
I CA1Bedioaitla tUa
fnr_ the_ clue n__ word'_ ___,. "flr__*_a_!_:,." Time Toe contest.
''I/ 9. TRACTS not traits. The clu I Puzzle l TO. 15

|implies that it is not always Win .

I (the case to do this. "It's not $350It Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard
I I unreasonable to associate"I
1 them "with I
I religious TRACTS.
like Casey Stengeland l -
REMOVAL i But "it's unavoidable "to 3
r ciate" them "with religious I have a lot in common. It 'c A \ S
t !seems neither one of us can beg,
borrow or steal a winner. Even E T1NG

11. FED not' led. FED exploitsthe though we have a slight edge 8N I
full meaning of the phrase, by allowing five swings, but R D 0

"to be so helpless." ,A patient, with poor ole Casey it is still 1 D P 9 R A1 N

in certain circumstances, may three strikes and you are out 10 I
I i I need "to be led" without there of the ball game. We had over N B T
I I being any question of his "being 15,000 in the batter's box this l 14
': WE ARE MOVING AND MUST SELL EVERYTHING BEFORE MAY 15. NEW MERCHAN- I helpless." week but our umpires are Sorry N \I 12P2P 1.A

DISE HAS BEEN UNPACKED FROM OUR WAREHOUSE AND WE STILL HAVE MANY I Ii i j 16. SET not see. "And you mayifind" to report they all whiffed. U \ I DE

( i i implies, in consequence, l
This Aso
:TREMENDOUS BARGAINS SOME REDUCED FROM so-75. CHECK YOUR FURNITURE as of SETting the "two vases is week'spuzzle to
1 close to each other." If "yousee up E \ R
I BEDDING AND CARPET NEEDS AND HURRY DOWN TO LOWRY'S. IF WE two vases, they" simply $350. Can you pETE H
"clash," or do not "clash. think of a better t. T R 1

"Appropri- the PRIZEWORD L. KI
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better. "When ,'

MANY UNADVERTISED BARGAINS -- BUY NOW AND SAVE I.!you wall hide or ,bush" e.g.,it's behind rather a low the [it.If Otherwise you Jackpot can, do?, zn : : I N G

case that "a crouching attitude solve today's -- 1964 BELL-MCCLURE SYNDICATE ""

'- may be" necessary. puzzle and get If you are not now a home-delivered sub

REGULAR 49.95 ROLLS 20. TRIO not If is the board. scriber and would like to have The Sun
CONTEMPORARY ONE GROUP SHORT l trip. a man on score started, please check box. Extra Bonus for
I too seasoned a traveler to "find home-delivered subscribers. See Rule No. 2
Innerspring la trip" or journey "exciting," This may be the puzzle that I II Name .
SOFA CARPETt.lit is still not really a t.ll1pdinn I solve too. Get those
LAMPS [you can ,
t ;
Mattress REDUCED of it "leaving him cold, since! free words written in then stare II

there is no necessary inference! I mowing down those clues. B e Street Number .

: 29.95 that the trip was supposed to t fore; you know it, you'll have a :.

i1995 9.95 33l % stimulate him. TRIO, yes. solution. It might be the correct City State Phone

Quilted mattress in lovely I'21. BEER not bear. Even I one, the one that matches r

tic.king. Choice of All carpet marked down. lemong I persons "interested" in i lour pre-determined solution. Prizeword Pets
full or twin size. SAVE Regularly 209.95. All foam Values to 39.95. Choice ,of Some short rolls reduced I;bears, there is rarely any real]1 I Mail to: Prizeword Contest
20damask.00 now. Box spring some cushions and attractive from Vs to Vi depending :question of "preferring" Get whole family to The Gainesville Sun
price. Other mattreSSeS also wood trim base durable styles and sizes. Some in on size. Bring your meas any your Box 57 Gainesville, Fla.,
reduced. fabric. Save $90.00. pairs. urements. (particular kind. The clue says,, help you. They'll help yoto ...--,
I"it's not unusual for" this I spend the prize money, so -..
I happen, which .is more reasonable make them help you win it. CLUES ACROSS:
| of BEER. Remember, each member of ::.

25. CLATTER your family can send in up to I 1. Possibly not as serious it
MAPLE not chatter. "Typ as might be. :
I-PC. REGULAR 119.95 5-PC. REGULAR 159.00 five entries. Check the rules andyou'll !
fats" specifically favor CLAT. 7. If entirely new, can be considerable *
in the
how make expense
FOAM RUBBER see you can .,
DINETTE TER. Also, there is considerabl theater.
BED ROOM ; facsimile entry' blanks.
SECTIONAL doubt to whether "
as "typists,
MATTRESS 8. It would be typical of certain men to about
SET while chattering, can be said worry unduly .
SUITE, :to be'"at work." All that's left is to attach getting -. .

6' Box Spring your entry to a post card, affix 9. Running a from point A to point B Is not as ample as
99'.95 49.95 ;,CLUES DOWN: WWT! the correct postage (last some people may imagine. :

119.95 i 1. week scmeone sent us a 110. Part of
SAVAGES not a pen.
Mismatched table wh 9995 '! scent post card) and get it to
.Removeable foam seat and plostic top and 4 chaff:s. Simply ravages (defined as: us before the deadline. 1 12. To interweave or braid. :
back cushions-ippered for but the choirs alone are Includes double dresser "devastating or destructive ac i :
easy cleaning. Attractive worth for more than the Save 60.00 now on the mi-rror. full size bed and tions") of what? This is too 1,3. Natural moisture.D .
walnut. finished arms and whole price we set are asking for the money finest will foam buy. rubber 4 sets only set con roomy styling.chest. Early Amenback ,I vague to make clear-cut answer Get started right now. We' 15. A clumsy person may fail to make effective use of it. :
be for entries and
and needs to be qualified I waiting your 16. A road on which
someone learning to drive would probably
for winner.
yin the looking a
clue. SAVAGES is a t prefer to practice. :
straightforward answer.
1 18. Expose oneself pleasantly to warmth.
Best wishes to all..lJtJ.
MINER not liner. T hMINER"
ODDMAPLE "can be associatedwith
DININGGROUP ODDTABLES REGULARLY 299.95 tonnage" (e.g., of coal] 21. Group of cattle.

output). A liner Constitute 22. Could be clever and artistic.
a PIECES r rI 1 4. Anxious to connect two points directly joining one to, an-
t I 5. SPATS not seats. SPATS other can hardly be a complicated procedure. -,

6.95 199.95 5oOoffValues / I his through more a firmly costume apt rental, even firm if. |.25. jockey.When a horse Is well, some credit may be dwe *o the

79.95 !Seats be hard to \
I 1QQ inch 8 cushion sofa may come by, '
to 39.95. These are in quilted fabrics. Theseand dining room bedroom I regardless of who wants them. I CLUES DOWN:
Consists of big 42"round one of a kind and floor were sold off of our tables in Ethan Allen (There is no indication in the
extension table with extra samples. End. step & cockthe first day of the sale and Sterling House and other clue as to how well known the
leaf and 4 mates chairs. tail tables all offered at up just now back on display. fine pieces, They must be 2. For safety's sake, a conscientious man will make checks
Nutmeg finish. to 80:'e off. SAVE $100.00 NOW sold. Some half price and "actor" is, nor whether he has before doing so.
all terrific bargains. any association with those producing -!
the "play." D S 3. A nourishing preparation.

i11. MAD not bad or sad. "In" 4. An elderly woman is unlikely to consider that she looks her

''!'a MAD, or wildly gay, "mood, best in -.

fLOOR SAMPLES fLOOR SAMPLESat i;ia man is apt to say things he 5. Orphans in one may seem rather pathetic. ..

I doesn't mean." On the otherband 6. In court it would be ,useless to plead that you brake the

at Tremendous Reductions Tremendous Reductions4'x I "in" a bad or sad "m ood, law because a policeman you to do so. .
I a man is apt to say things he
7. Use needle and thread.
DOES mean, but possibly
6' AREA 9.95 MAGAZINE [shouldn't "say." 11. Tangles together in a thick mass. _

RUGS..1e5540 l % RACKS 3.95 :14. TIDE not time. For practical 1 3. At times, he may hesitate as to which course to take. "

reasons, "a vessel" may 14. To do a good job of
-, a man needs to ceaeeMrate. _
129.95 DANISH ALL FOAM 109.95 LOUNGECHAIR need to "sail en" the TIDE.
I 17. You may find it hard on the
SOFA BED 69.95 . . 39.95 ;"Essential" is an overstatement ,
for time, since a ship's sailing ?!O. An efficient is something a man could be etpeeialy;

11.95 UTILITY 39.95 ODD NIGHTTABLES time would hardly be scheduled proud of.

!for the very last possible min ?:l. Brave man.
i TABLE..6.95, e 14.95
ute. Solution Last Weeks |2 3. Far from young. '

8.50 SAMSONITE 39.95 TWJN |i il5. TEARS not fears. "Be

;hind" TEARS, yes but fears Puzzle
!I"may well" be "seHish feelings FREE WORD LIST ..

." Years is too vague. i I


;'clue implies that this is some'thing ,NfAT! tO; NA'L; P CORRECT WORDS FOR THE PRIZE CROSSWORD
to be remembered for V N N M A I PUZZLE :

... some period, at least. A STORY BSA SE.S TR.AC T:S
well be in the news for
weeks; "a day or two" and, F.E D P 0'E.T T T CLASH HERO NIB SOUP -
I alternatively, it might be for- SET I R 1 D I IS E CLASS INCITED OLD STORE-

I gotten b a few minutes, DINER INSURED PORTER STORYTRAIN_
its interest etc. A P.10 9EE
e !storm, on the other hand, may 1 A 5 DOING LANDING TRIlL!
l I'DOt be of sufficient significanceto C L A T EIR DRAIN LENDING RED WEEDING
; ; : : be remembered at all E w 5 GOING LINK SEATING WIDE
Store is remote. 'II GUM MATS SETTING

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,420':W. UNIV. .AVE. PHONE rt 6 FR 2-4248 I.$1$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ S $ $ S $ $ $ $ $

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6C Gainesville Sun Sunday, April 26, 1964

' 6 SPECIAL NOTICESIN 13-Help Male er Female S3 LOTS FOR SALEBY 15 Hauwi for Sale gttammiiiiimnimimiirc

ANGLE WOOD by owner 3 BR I
GAINESVILLE, If* Exp. secretaries, salary" opesCashierhosb.U. OWNER bath Price $17,800. $800 down.
WANTED ODI'S PHARMACY attractive BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. tOO Call 3721727.COMFORTABLE.- '. -
;tr L 116 Central Plaza White housekeeper. $25 wk. Block of N. W. 22nd Street. 110' I. WANT-AD RATES.: -
(next to salary. LIVING -
Wum-Dlxlc) Bookkeeper. open f 1ST. Phone 374-510' 3 bedrooms -
For prescriptions .. cosmetics Exp. Waitress salary t> comm. and 2 baths. central heat .
mechanics BEAUTIFUL large tots fully PH.,372-844LJ. '
l.D.L DRUGSTORE Ex screened porch and family \ :
Store trainee hi schL grad. Improved In Rldgewood. NW room ideal neighborhood
HORSE SHOW Stark Fla. Off. trainee. hi schL grad. 31st Street |lust south of NW schools and shopping ill N.W.near : = :;
IS Fairgrounds. Sat. May 2, 1.00 I I Tree surgeon foreman $2 hr. lath Avenue. J.. W. Kirkpatrick 34th Drive. $15400. forClassified --z:
P.M. Games and Pleasure Class. Auto salesman, Exp. Agency 31 N. Main or calf FR Ralph j
<< :.."-s'. .. .; Last day of STRAWBERRY; 2-4404. Realtor
: f.... Short order grill man
,t' : F:. 1" < -. ......-.a..',.. '. FESTIVAL. Insurance trainee $100 wk. Ill x 140 lot near site of 19" II W. University Ave. Ph 374-1359 > OnlyDEADLINES I :Y'.
Route salesman. Levy Co. Parade of Homes on NW 34tnStreet. ."Selling Florida Since 1906"
1I S Bay Sitters, Child Car. CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. Restricted to 1200 Sq. -
I 120 SE 1st Ave. Ft. home. Outside city limits. OWNER transferred. 3 BR house
P'3l6I2U REA electricity and natural gas VA financed 2 yrs. old. $800

i TINY TOT TEACHERSThe available. Price $2,250. Ph. 2. equity. Take up payments of $82 02 Tues. thro FrL papers-5 *m. Day before publication ,

; '; HAVE YOU WORTHWHILE recent Brttannica-Comp ton 1912 Owner. per mo. Will take $500 cash & Ii For ads to go In $un. paper-13.00 a.nw-t -.---
: note for $300. Ph. 372-3263. For ads to .s-
In Mon.
; : PLAY SCHOOL merger has created 3 new managerial go paper-1 pjn. Sat.

positions in Florida withF. 34 Waterfront Property MORE FOR THE MONEY this 3 I
Visit us and see for yourself. E. Compton Co. These positions Ig. BR, 2 bath panelled LR (Minimum ad 4 lines) "
24 SE tth St. FR 4-7804. start at $10,000. Full training program fireplace attached HW

PLANNED program waits your will be given this summer to WINFRED H. CRAWFORD floors. Well. Lg. fenced garage corner FAMILY RATES I'
preschool youngster at JACK those who qualify. For a personal lot. Near Stephen Foster. S14,. '

ii : ANY OF THESE .. JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. Interview write full informationon Reg LAKE Broker PROPERTIES. specalizlng ACRE-In 500. $C5Q d.p. FR 24851. I Insertion ............_..........._........-........... 34cffr:

Music programs, educational background and experience to AGE. 3 miles No. of Mel 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line
1 (Warren Burns) General Sales rote N E. 3 BR.. 2 baths LR, DR, Fam. Insertions ........... .... .
film-strip 45-5.15. Mon.-FrL I GR 5-2981. .. ........................... Sic line -
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900. Manager F. E. Compton Co., 1000 rm. kitchen util. rm carport Insertions' ................ .. ..... 14c line
-j North Dearborn Street Chicago 10, LAKE FRONTAGE central alr : Child Care in my home. Fenced I Illinois. 2* Acres on Sand bottom lake bookcases patio (enclosed -! !i x number of Insertions. -
yard Reasonable rates. Good I North of Grandin, Asking $5,000. ). fence, lawn pump trees. ,
references. Phone 3733713. HELP turn your spare time Into One half cash. S. E. Sapp Real flowers. etc. Antenna near
THINGS I TO SELL? money. No soliciting or deliver tor. Phone 472-2000 or 4722220. swim pool. FR 23093.
: KIDDIE KORT ing. Adjust your own working
hrs. For appointment call. LAKE Place for sate. call FR 3- 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath Rome sep I I Five latter words per lint
I hIld care center FR 2-4667 372-7049 441. after J pjn. arate dining room. Take ad
CR vantage of owner's having to
READINGW sWteV wishes to care CANVASSERS BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee move & have spacious rooms co Same as 2 lInes
for infants or small children In River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- & wardrobes in new home 8 Pt. ordinary type
4 her home. Reasonable, Call FR., EXPERIENCED In meeting the 6160. among young executives. area. ,
... S19.
4-3(97. public and sales field essential.No .
_000. FR 25689 12Pt.18Pt. Same as 3 lines
Con-artist or high pressure WATERFRONT Lots on large 51- _
: They'll Bring You Extra Cash home ILL care for children nice in my canvassers need apply. Goad lake, Terms. Call 475-5811. AVAILABLE MAY 1, I room 2 ordinarytyp.
SV4 days a week. play clean records and bondable. bath furnished home at 109 NE
5 Same
IN yard. loads of toys and plenty of Drawing accounts and liberal LAKEFRONTHOME 3rd St. Will sell on liberal as 4 lint

loving care. FR 24397.Employment. commissions. Call U 4 B Construction terms will trade for duplex I ordinary type

I Co. FR 6-0213 for ap. pay cash difference, or will rent
pointment. NEARMELROSE to reliable tenant. Ph. or write

.-. \ V NEEDED AT ONCE Full or 964-2(81.H. G Bollinger Box 277 Starke, lEi 24 Pt Same as 5 lines

part time man or woman to ordinary type
: Rugs V serve Watkins customers In West AIR CONDITIONED
II FEMALE HELP WANTED I end. Good Income. No Invest. ,,300 feet frontage on Lake Rosa IF you like space tor entertaining a
ment. Set your own hours. WriteC. : nearly four acres. this u the house for you. Lg.
Guns R. Ruble Dept. A-4. P. o. I I living area opening onto red- The Gainesville Sun will net be responsible for more than one
':.: :' BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn Box 2<<7, Memphis Term. 4 BR 2 baths large screened wood enclosed patio. Near LIttlewood I Incorrect Insertion nor will it be liable for any error In advertisement -
up to S5 per hour demon porch on 2 sides of house, modern and Westwood schools. to a greater extent than the cost of the space 0ccupied -
Tools strating famous Studio Girl r TEACHERS wanting new fall positions kitchen. ell furnace c a n- 3 BR 2 baths central heat, L2f the item |lit the advertisement. No adjustment will
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. write us for Information. crate block. dishwasher disposal built In be t th.t do not materially effect the
Tdvertisement valve of
Phone 376-4334 after .. Net charge unless placed. South- stove. Owner selling at FHA ap the !
.. Boats 7 era Teachers Agency Columbia 3 ear garage with equipped utilIty praisal price. $22,000 only. $1500

: "SARAH COVENTRY" S. C. 29202. room .. servant's room and down. 922 NW 36th Terr. FR 6- I

new management. Openings bath. 4945. TIle Gainesville Sun reserves the prIvilege of revising or re-

'.. Tents SUNW for fashion directors. Part 14-Sales Help Wanted FOR only $CSO down $91.27 == looting any advertisement whIch It deems |ectlonal and to
Large dog kennel with 2 housesa per CIIange the claSSification
time or full time. For appointment month payments of any .<*v.rtisement from that
call 3727049. concrete floor workshop. you can qua 51 clertf to conform to the or-
lify for 4 BR 2 bath home, 1806: PO1lCff the paper.

Books salad maker, apply Hotel REAL ESTATE SALESMANHugh Llv oaks magnolias mimosas, NW 38th Terr. Wilt paint Inside I
Thomas mornings or eve azaleas, outside completely./ For appt.
.. camellias gardenIasoranges. to see call 3720481.RENTERS. eI liiiiiiHuiiiflHHB Ii:
nings. No phone calls. Edwards. Inc., Gainesville's etc. Sprinkler system. iiiaiiiHiflan'ningHfliiiiaiatiia! M _
Plants largest builder, has opening for

COOK new salesman. Excellent earning For sale by owner or your broker. ? 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale
helpful but not I opportunity for above average Open Saturday and Sunday for
Pianos necessary. Will train. Age 29 to man. Mr. Dorrrun sales manager. 10-5. Phone Melrose, Granite 5- I Register month's rent,
WANTN 46 Pleasant working conditions. HUGH EDWARDS INC. 241 no obligation drawing month- SALE TRADE, RENT. Furn. Un- $60 Month.
after April 27th write Box new CB home
furn. 3 BR. Fla. large
Rm. Breakfast
Kitchen closes 9 p.m. Apply t to 372-1551. ly. lot Low down
406-M Gainesville
Stoves f3l A.M. only. Carmanellas,. Rm. garage, fine location. 725 20th St. FR payment, 30G 5.1.
HUGH 2..t692.
represent N.E. 7th Terr.372-$223.
706 W. Univ. Ave. LOT on Cooper Lake. Price $** Baaum.
large national organiza North Central SALE
Terms. $20 down. $10 largest builder or trade fir
Radios CR posting machine operator, tion. Age 25-50. Send resume to Phone FR 44S4I. monthly by far. $14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open smaller house, acre7"lV blocks

previous machine experiences re Thomas White 3680 Beach Blvd. NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. House Sundays 1 to 4 p.m. DeSigned from Court House. Large 2 story
ADS quired. S nights per week. Good Jacksonville. Fla. OCEAN PROPERTY FOR SALEHOUSE .. engineered by U. S. house. 4 room apartment down
; working conditions. Contact Personnel AUTOMOBILE on Inland Waterway at' 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath. large comer Steel Corp. Homes Division. 2100 tar*. a room apartment
: ... Skates Office Alachua General I Real opportunity SALESMEN for (2) bargain. Cottage two blocks lot close to Howard Bishop and sq. ft.'3 BR, 2 bath air cond., entrance. Phone UP-
experienced -
> Hospital. from ocean $6,000 furnished. Metcalfe elementary. Member. brick veneer. 2 car garage. 1S01
TrunksJewelry aggressive men. Automobile Reasonably priced lots on ocean ship swim club. Reasonable equi NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes.

: I HOUSEKEEPER wanted, Christ furnished In excellent work plan. and Inland W ate rw. y. See ty. Take over payments. Call Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6-: WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD
to Ben
tian middle-age woman. Apply person M e a- 3724450.
: 1 Printed Pattern love children light housekeep dows, Shaw .. Keeter Ford 231 Wayne Agency.Brown Branch at Verle Office A. Crescent Pope, _BY THE Walking BR, 2 baths distance noire to schools.In Skyline/ J
ing. Live In. Small salary. 376- W. Univ. Ave.SALES OWNER In Idylewllde 2
Beach St. Heights. Study
Augustine. Ph.
BR, CCB house, tile 6690.COMING floors/
bath famIly /
2929 between 9 a.m.. .. 9 pm 829 built-in
-9291. Open
POSITION Agricultural I Saturdays and room. Call 372-8001 after range even. Cent,
Bicycles NEED white female technician Chemical Prefer College Graduate .- Sundays or call Main Office, 5:30 PJVLHAZEL heat. Shaded bat yirtfc 'i
: able to do some bookkeeping Minimum two years Agricultural St. Augustine. (299061. 376- 842.

No night or Sunday work re College. Age to 35. Must VERLE A. POPE AGENCY HEIGHTS WHY PAY '
TV Sets quired. Opportunity to take night be willing to relocate. Car plus P. O. Box 519 VILLAGE New homes ",580.RENT?

I and Sunday calls for extra salary, plus Incentives. ,Mail I St. Augustine Fla. See our 4-bedroom and 3-bed- bath S65 3 bedroom tll;
: money It desired. Send all details resume to P. O. Box 3323 Stat,I room, 2-bath CCB homes with S. E. 45th per month. Located *i ,
ClothingCameras to Fort Myers X-Ray Laboratory F. Jacksonville: Fla. ON SILVER LAKE built-in electric stove end oven. GREEN trade-ins. C.T.'rRe223so"r.
In Fort Myers. Fla. 4 BR study living room all with Central heat city utilities. I

SALES REPRESENTATIVEI wall-to-wall carpeting dining Wired tor television and tele .
TYPIST position open, must be I room 3 tiled bath home. Large phone. Large yards completely VILLAGE YOUNGAMERICA

.. 9O66 fast accurate !, a good speller full or part time, man or porch with breezeway. utility grassed. Hazel Heights is in
Good working conditions, liberal : woman. Sell our complete line of F room and 2 car garage. This the 1i'Yi limits. Equipped with
Antiques l fringe benefits. Contact Per advertising specialties calendars horn Is located on a private close to bus stop. GREEN ,
; sonnel Office Alachua General and business gifts. Every lake. 2 miles no>1h of I Interlach- low down payment conventional -
Hospital. en on Hwy. 315. Price $30,000. loans. Located on Northwest
business a prospect. Top commissions
i- Furniture WANT S23 PER WEEK and anew paid weekly. Yearly $5000 down with terms. Phone 39th Ave., West of 13th LLAGE HOMESPRESENTS
t wardrobe? Show our lovelydre.ses. bonus. For full details write AD- FR 40848.KEYSTONE. St. Shown by appointment

Fashion Frocks, Dept. GIFTS CO., P. O. Box 1347 Ty CLUB ESTATES Phone FR 23826. GREEN

; Livestock P-6890, Cincinnati O. 45202. ler. Texas. CB LR.DR comb. w-flxJIng doors FOR Sale or trade. New. 4 8R

IN DEBT ROOF COATING to screened patio. 2 BR. til I home located In Westmoreland NEW BRICK

Diamonds A little more money makes a lot SALESMAN bath carport. utility rm., terrazzo Estates. On city sewers paved VILLAGE
: i7jz.QI / of difference. Easy" dignified I, If you are selling Roof Coatings floors, central type heat St 2 tg. bath Rms., Ig. family MODELS '

part or full time work. Provides and paints and not presently golf course and 1 Lake Geneva Rm. & living Rm., dining area. OPEN 10 Til I Dirk
I privileges. $13,500. Owner will Central heat built-in kitchen Including a.m.
Fish Poles good, extra Income. Call satisfied this Is an exceptional
Avon Manager. Mrs. Burns. FR opportunity. finance. GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards FEATURES :
2-0421. to schools, close to
Used Cars Man chosen will work on exclusive p. Unusual design. Furn. Cyprus U of F t medical center FHA: VILLAGE Fireplaces _
WHITE healthy woman. Live In. 50 pet. Profit Sharing Plan I, home custom built furniture $22,700. Down payment $1,700. Screened porches
care for invalid. Give Insulin. that pays the highest commissions LR with fireplace dining area, Immediate occupancy. Drive by Custom kitchen cabinets
Auto TiresAquariums References. Phone 442-127 Ala. In the Industry. Products unique kitchen 2 BR, bath Ii 3. 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler GREEN Plus Oversized bathrooms

chua. nationally advertised and a year screened porch overlooking 100 Brothers, 372.9545 dally 376-9048 feafuresVA&many other custom
EXPERIENCED round promotion program. ft. lake frontage deep lot san id .
STENOGRAPHERS beach, clear water convenient VILLAGE
: I' night.FUN ; FHATERMS
Sperry has desirable positions We are also looking for that man to Gainesville. $12,750. Less: IN
available for experienced stenographers with experience in this field I tor cash.
Row Boats with developed secretarial I who Is either experienced I in LAKE SANTA FE GREEN

skills. Starting salary determined training men or can develop Eastsidef Westside Homeson THE SUN !
by prior experience, quickly to District Manager. We' both sides from 12000. Walking distance' to
Golf Clubs with Increase based on regularly have a fine opening In this ares PAVED ROADFurn. VILLAGE & Jr. High elementary'
scheduled work performance home, excellent condition, OPEN HOUSE 2-6 ChurClles. Schools Shopping t
reviews. Promotional opportunities For details write Vice President 3 BR, almost 2 acres, lake privIleges -

TypewritersMotorcycles 5 day ,work week. Excellent Colonial Refining & Chemical Co. 8000. Owner will finance NE23rdBIvd.and15th GREEN YOUNG
working conditions and ben 20575 Center Ridge Rd.. ACRES 70 ,
; efits. Submit resume in confIdence Cleveland 16. Ohio Approx. 2* miles from Gainesville Street
: or telephone 3720411. Ext. beautiful 20 acres 'In pasture VILLAGE{ AMERICA- '
350 trees i. _
Wr14 225 for appointment. pecan pear 372-1551
18 Schools & Instructions
SPERRY persimmon trees, oaks, good
Used TrucksRefrigerators ELECTRONIC TUBE stand of pine and creek. Well California ranch modem offers GREEN. HOMESNW
DIVISION built brick home, 3 car g arage.
MEN AND WOMEN WANTEDTO Reasonable. loads of living at very reasonable -
SPERRY RAND CORP. TRAIN FOR monthly Indoor I 34tj! &
; ; : EQUAL OPPORTUNITY CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS Geneva, Santa Fe Serena with' and outdoor living and dmlnq Phone 372-7070
terms. area with fenced In patio. :I- .
: EMPLOYMENT bedrooms with feet upon cubic GREEN
Baby Buggies FULL time maid f to 5. $25 week- We prepare Men and Women. WINIFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. feet of closet space. 2 Luxur LEAVING TOWN must sell 3 Bit

good references required. Call Ages 18-55. No experience neces Real Estate Broker ious papered baths filon luminous I bath CCB hem, Fla" Rm.,

Electric Motors after 6. FR. 4-4185. sary. Grammar school education 3 miles N. of Melrose, Hwy. 21 ceilings glass shower enclosures. VILLAGE fenced yard, waiting distance

APPLICATIONS usually sufficient. Permanent 475-29(1 WOWi what a public, ...and. .parochlaj schools
being accepted lobs. No layoffs. Short hours. kitchen. Easy to clean custom swim club, membership S22M
for HANDSOME permanent home en
>> 0 employment. Gainesville High pay. Advancement. Send formica cabinets. Built in GE! GREEN Invested. Win take $500 equity
Farm MachineryStore ,, Nursing Center, applyperson. in beautiful Lake Serena In the I i I Fit 2.2OUMODERN
name, home address phone Metros area. Immaculate three range oven and hood. Double
11rMt44i1163Taking number and time home. Write I bedroom, two bath residence and sink. Central heat available with ENTERTAINMENT I.a
Marcel Co. Box 388-A, c/o GainesMEN or without j I VILLAGE
Equipment tI 12 Male I other' excellent masonry buildings air conditioning pleasure. You will agree noth
Help Wo"t.dWANTED "ill.-...- !-;.Uft.-.- ; over three hundred feet of Spacious corner lot. Many ing has been spared in this :3-

& women 1$ to 55 to train for lake frontage means plenty of tr... ex'j 4 bedroom. 2 bath custom built
: Infant's top honors a boldly room for several families. The GREEN home situated on an acre lot
Clothing side buttoned and sashed sheath. COLORED only. Turpentine I CIVIL 'SERVICE price is most reasonable at $25-I $86 per mo. VA or FHA Includes ..1. with prlvacYClll teLappolnf.nent : .
Whip It up In freshfaced cottons Examinations. For information 500. Call Kirkpatrlck FR everything. $500 down FHA ,
chippers and pullers. Good Agency I / to.ee _nis home located
Sewing Machines to to whiz fall. you here, everywhere now wages. Pay" off each week. Con- send Key name Training address Service.t Phone 112 No.W. 2-8404 31 N. Main St. Include Includes closing.closing. $100 down VA i I VILLAGE it 3429 alW. 2UU.FJAC.

tack Mr. Kenneth
Printed Pattern 9066- Misses' Strickland. Adams St.. Jacksonville. BUDGET :"WDMBaju :
Telephone 476-6083 after 6 p.m. LAKE! HOMESOn wn a
Office Sizes 40. 12. 14. 16, 18. Size 16 requires -_ GREEN Lake, 3 bedroom 1 bath Prlse-
Equipment 3'1a yards 35-Inch fabric.PI..TY I WANTED life guard thru Labor Night Lake Swan. EnJoy| the long Hugh Inc. $7.500 with terms. _
CENTS in coins tor this Day who Is free to live on premises summer months fishing, boat- "North Central Florida's Largest
Movie pattern add 15 cents tor sectspattern and can do other work classes now forming. 211 W Univ. ing and skiing on this lovely Developer by far. VILLAGE INVESTMENT, Alachua County Tar:
Ave. Phone 376-3507.
1 lake. House Is fur
for when not
first class mailing on duty. FR 6-3012. growing, invest In the future.
nlshed and air conditioned. 100 FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW sec
and special Martin handling.Gainesville Send Sun.to Pattern Marian I UNIVERSITY of Fl.. Student to Real Estate Exam feet lake frontage. Extra good tion. :3 bedroom, 2 tile baths, GREEN now.BusIness Call 'us for information ort-

Nursery Furnit reBuilding Dept.- 232 West 18th SL NewE,11AD I work spare time. Room rant. COURSE value at asking price. built-in appliances double carport acreetetALACHUA BuHdlngfcrand -
York N. Y. Print I to constitute part of compensation. paved street connected to _. :
plainly ATTEND First lesson free.
RES with ZONE FR 6-3012._ HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE H ere's a perfect home for you sewer. Small down payment. VILLAGEGREEN
Materials overlooking beautiful Lake Lock. Days phone 372382'Affer 4P.M. REALTY
SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. RETIRED couple interested In COLLEGE 211 W. Univ. Ave -
YOUR FREE PATTERN IS helping run a store in Cedar FR. 4-3507 372-3727. loesa. I rooms extra large I 3744774.SHADED 4 Associate
READY choose it from 253 design Key serving fishermen and tour. living room glassed In porCII.Cornel' .
Outboard Motors By Pine 3 Bedroom, Member Multiple Listing
lot size 360
175 by feet.
Ideas In SPRING ists. Must have references.
new -SUMMER Masonry house parquet floors. 435 N.E. 1st St. 376-2441
Pattern Catalog lust outl! Write Box 1119, or call, 2441, Cedar U. S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! Shade trees flowers shrubbery Florida room and screened Arie T. Smith, Realtor
Sports Equipment Dresses. sportswear, coats morel Key. i garden plot, garage and other pore"2- ar carport. Utility SEEING IS BELIEVING Mabel Gore. AssociateBY
: Send 54 cts. now. features too numerous to men BY OWNER. Exceptional attractive
Men-women. 1Si.Start high as room. Large lot. S15.504. Includes
DUCT WORK SPECIALISTS tion. Priced to tell, with some both house landscaping. OWNER. new house 3 bedroom,
$102.00 a week. Preparatory range, refrigerator and air con-
Vacuum Cleaners Experience in new and existing training until appointed. Thousands term ditioner. 1114 N. W. 13th Avenue. 3 BR 2 baths, Fla. rm., screened 1 batfi. Utility room and carport
homes salary per experience./ of lobs open. Experience FR 22763. porch. cent. heat & air cond., 2100 NW. 55th Street. $500 down.
FR 6-<<04. all us now for appointment built-in oven dishwasher CaltFR2-1592.
usually FREE Information range
ANGLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY OWNER spacious dbl. carport. Ig utility.
CLASSIFIEDDial on lobs. salaries reQuirement -
: Fishing Equipment:: ." NEED IMMEDIATELY $. Write TODAY giving 4404 N. W. 13th St. Phone 3764927 3 BR, 2 bath. Fla. Rm., closet shop or hobby room. PARADISE
MECHANICS (2), experienced, school. littlewood Estates. FURNITURE
for children outside city near
name, address and phone. ONE BLOCK FROM LAKE GENEVA
Washing Machines plenty of work, good salary Lincoln Service, Box 397-M, C/O among beautiful trees, 2 $24,500. Reasonable down pay new elem.' school, convenient to
group Insurance, ment. 920 NW
paid vacation. 37th Ter. Phone UPHOLSTERYFor
Phone Gainesville Sun. B R itucca home, large living Univ." Med. Center, VA Hosp.
Mr. fired, Service Manager 372.57t4.FHS Call 374-4232 '
I FR 28433.TYPEWRITER room with fireplace summer top quality workmanship
Heating Equipment sleeping room tot 200 x 144. terms 3 BR. 2 bath air-cond. 3 bedroom CCB house. Central call
Adding Machine 26 Farm Equipment $10,000 to settle an estate. central heat, wall to wall carpet heat and air conditioning.. Will 372-6142
376-4672 t Calculator trained mechanic, Make offer. drapes auto washer, builtin sell or trade for 55' house trail-'
Musical Instruments prefer trained Underwood-Oli oven rang,. Call 3725514. er 2 bedroom FR 27552. 'I i i GAINESVILLE
veIn products. $100 BOLEN Ride A-Matic tractor -
and commission. Transportation with disc and plow. Good condition home 1 BR, guesthouse FOR sale. or trade. By Owner. NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 I i I i
furnished. :3 BR. 1 bath home. in Orlan and 4 bedroom, 2 bath CCB 1508 N.W. IJtfc St.
Camping Equipment 40 hours per week. Price $17$ FR 2-4677 garage. utility room. I
do. Fenced back yard. Convenient i home. I Iswers. Free Estimates-PKK ep and
Must be able to assume full dock. 210", many trees. $11,500. to Martin Plant. Call GA City water light and j 1 delivery..
responsibility of service dept. 28 Livestock & Supplies 'F.r.wn3126. appointment.
3-0051 Orlando.
Plumbing quipmentChildren's Announcements Must be sober. None other LAKE CHIPCO lot 100x250 In >n- Phone I

need apply. Contact Bill Ramey terlachen. city water. TOO of -
444 Harbor city Blvd.. .WANT TO KNOW HOW to properly hwy. "20. Price 11.750.
Playthings Ecu Gallic./ Fla. by letter or finish your hogs for market? IN THE
3 LOST fr FOUND phone 254-7963. Then come in and let us explain JAMES H. McEACHERN FUN
how you can do this lob with Realtor
I Electrical NEED energetic men Interested in CPA Cooperative Mills 40
AppliancesDogs percent Keystone Hts. 473-4104
LOST pair horned rim sunglasses Insurance field. Established deb Pork Maker. Our special
bobbed temples In case. $5 re Its. fastest growing Co. In U.S. during the month of April. FMX APPROX. a acres 140 en Lake
Cats Parakeets ward. John C. Williams, 108 S. Excellent opportunity for rapid Gainesville or Alachua. Phone George modern house fully ---

Main St. Ocala. advancement. Good starting sal FR 2-105 or 461-2105. equipped 4. furnished In OcalaNati
LOST: Strayed or maybe stolen by ary. If Interested. contact R. H. nal Forest. State Rt. 19.
m'stake.! 1 year old male black Gunter. days 372-3694 or nights FOR SALE. brown and white Box 12715 Univ. Stat. Gaines
I Shetland with saddle andbridle.
brown and white Basset hound for appointment. Pony. ville.
Phone FR 2-0745. -
Lives on Newberry Rd. and I AUTOMOBILE Mechanic. Must be I, For sale lot on Lake Ann East of
10m e 11 m es answers to the able to furnish references. All BABY catves milk.1. beef type. Hawthorne. Restricted area. I
nati of J. Plerpont Beaurare- I new facilities. A good opportunIty had mother's milk from 3 to 11 Call 374-M28 for ,"format ft. SUN
gard. Is Ignorant as a hog eats : for the man who has the days weaned milk and beef type
Nothing ivill sell it faster like a horse and Is as worthless ability to better himself. Apply: yearlings. M. F. Parrish Anthony. 35 Houses for Solo NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA

as mammary glands on a B .. G Motor Co.. Inc. 115 S.E. PIe 62-231i
male' goat. but is the children'spet 2nd Street.OPENING .

and we will pay a reward BOATS & MOTORS
for aggressive ambitious 4123 N. W. 20th Ter. 3 BR. 2 bath
tor his return. Call Lowry Furniture _ _ BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR
Co. FR 2-O4H or FR 6- young man. 21 or over Fla rm. Inside) util. rm. Elec. RECREATION
in'- who desires opportunity to earn BANSENJI puppy male' wormed. built In O. and R. Air cond. $80 WHO
six to ten thousand yearly. Col and shots. love children.'Geed Mo. $2101 equity. will accept WOULD LIKE THE 74thHUNTER 24" GRILLS

( 4 lege education not necessary hunting dog nine wks. old. CanPR best offer. 3746725.BRibaltswtthCent.. Fiberglass Flshigg 1JP Plywood fishingbeats.. HOOO-SPIT AND
than theGAINESVILLE but hard work: and commonsense 21713.CHIHUAHUA. $49 JO $1099
4 heat & PHILPCTTT
a must. Training on salary air cood. 4123 NW 15th St. FR EASY BOX GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
until puppies, ready to TERMS OR CENTRAL "The Heart Of East Gainesville"
LEARN TO DRIVE Special at terested In qualified for sales.. In- go. Come see. P.. E. Gregory. 4-7129. Also beautiful lot In CHARGE Check with Chart i 725 N. Main 2722137Lbf
hardware ,
.. tention to nervous or elderty. and housekeeping Hawthorne. Pnotw 411-2312. Gwyim Oak FR 2-1791.
Easy Way supplies hetpfU. Also
Driving School. FR
_>-7002 Lie. by State of Fla. have opening for retired or semi- SPRINGTIME Is puppy tlme.Eop. OWNER offers nearly new 4 BR FRANK PHILPOTTSSPORT SAVE $355 15 ft. Lone .
on StarFiberglass
retired man or woman. Full or lists Shepherd poppies American horn with all luxury features CENTER of Classifications to
e SPECIAL NOTICES part time on commission sales. Shepherd puppies. Call FR hi walking distance of new elementary Home of Hunter Fiberglass trailer nm-a-bout with Hurricane from .dIoost
Will pay full 50 pet. of profit. 2-033. schooL $31,500. 529 NW Fishing Boats. and 1964 40 H.p.
SUN Reply to Box 407*. Gairesville SBttl St. FR 4-3569. elect. starting Johnson motor .
TRY DIADAX TABLETS (former.ly Sun. AKC registered Dachshund Pups. SInS .
Dex-A-Diet New name All shots. 4 weeks. Black or red LAW professor moving spacious Where Quality Sells Itself" BAIR D'MARINE CENTER Skiing Swtmming-DWtng.
.. same formula only 98 cent Ca'soya's DISHWASHER WANTED. apply male: .. female.. Ph. Kingsley bedroom. study. IV* baths attic
4C1 S. Main FR
Drug Store. 31 N. Main In person Wonderhouse Restaurant Lake 533-2473. fan built in drawers vanity and 20 NW. 14th Av*. _ _ Fishing Equipment
St. 14 S.W. 1st 5?. Behind, storage. $80 month. Negotiate. FR 2-5011 or FR 4-68f3 FISHING DEAL
Sears. 14 MONTH old AKC registered to- 12 f( stuff, Safety Items.
equity. FR 6-2775. 1062 N E. SlUt plywood barrentin .
"GET JUSTICE WITH TV Re alrman. Phone week day, malv 373t3LPUREBRED German Shepherd $75.Call Ave. Mon. Thou FrL 5-4 p.m. Sat. 9-4 trailer 1964 5'IaII.. Johnson -'- -

JUSTISS- ,.S for oIntmem. 372-7324. FOR SALE by owner. 3 BR 2 Motor. All for $479 Better check Coifing Equipment&' .

As Public Defender for the tth Wanted man to Also BEAGLE puppies. bath home with carpeted living on this.BAIRD'S. Tennis
WANT manage packagestore. AKC reg. Labrador Equipment
air cond. & central .
Judicial Circuit: Court. The peo- Must be bondable. rm.
Gaadreliable James KaMtet. Rt.
1. Box 7$, '
fenced in yard 601 S. Main FR 2-1531
pie want Mtlcc. R. O. JUSTUS. person Apply P. 0. Box Keystone Heights 446-05B. open Baseball Equipment.
: Gainesville lawyer la best 124. Gainesville. house Sunday. 102 NW 36th Dr.FHA .

qualified. JUSTISS Will GIVE 2 FEMALE toy silver poodles." Ph. 372-82(2. Sun Want Ads Where to FIsII.- '
his talent and energy to defend AKC registered 1* weeks old. SWIMMING POOLS ;:'
13-HI for NE taction
Mal Female House sale _
er .
the peer with ne legal counsel. Cal Lir FR 4-7S44, or see at appraisal value of SlftJOO. T i '
JUSTISS NEEDS at Mcintosh. "Vrw' ,
vote and '
: $300 down payment low monthly many many
money to be elected. The people EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES GIVE owoy l kjttens. Call FR- payments. 3 BR 1 bath, carport BE CAREFREE .
Justiss. WILL YOU tell STENOGRAPHERS large storage. Oil after Get Results -
CALL your friends and send small SECY'S full & part-time 6-8041 *00 P.M. FR 4-4774. Enjoy a clean and healthy poet. -

sum with nome and address to t BOOKKEEPERS : -rf'llstel'ed j Master Pool Service Inc. &'_ADVERTISE W TOV' .
AKC miniature
R. O. Justin. 11 W. Univ. Ave ACCOUNTANTS ldls- Supplies & Monthly
GET Justice hund: 4 weeks old. male black ROOF LEAKING? cleaning
.And with Justus. CLCRK.TYPISTS service. 'jzxiiick DIRECTORYAfJR.
.. ...... with brown ,
markings $75. 102f
po r YOUNG REG NU SIU 8. LPN'S N. E. 3'.st Ave. SUN PEAKING? FR 25361 44060 J.3171 f .
ATTENTION MEN. degrees Buv There Is m substitute for
: N"s. Shoe Repair & Hat Shoo. Adm.. L... Eng;ieering. BLACK LAB. retriever pups. Real quality service. Call
376 4672 .: r 409 W.' Uft,,. wilt 25-35 Salaries open quality healthy 4. ready to 00. GAINESVILLE ROOBING
c .. close May tile MERCHANT
; : 1' to Sepf. Pick-op all repair work.WOUL.O Personnel Center day AKC weekend.reg. FR 2-5763 'aft. 6. AH 172-024 FREE ESTIMATES : To place your n&jn ,JlieFunjnjlie

0" like to keep 2 er ) amaH 102 "* ** Avenue > AKC registered mat Chihua 15 YEAR BONDED SHINGLES I Sun 231
children In private home PtueWU. C 372-6J77 section PHONE' 372
10-12 B. foe appointment huas II week dd.. reasonable. 3735,1,1. Hawlhotfia'R& .- .
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Mon. thru Fri. Call 4H-847 Hawthorne Flaaii '



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I'I Norwood I E. C. "CURLY"
t 10 NE section for sale by owner. 2
: Central heat central air 3 BR CCB house on paved street. FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR 2 BR, paneled Fla. rm., Ig lot. = !
Built-in nice bath, !g. Fla. rm. Ig. utility air conditioners. FHA. 1515 21 KUEHN JR.
oven. neighbor. ,
condo Northwest. slMXM. Call I
THE TIME I IS NOW 374-2W7. _Ave.hood. Phone S150 down.FR 21901.1621 SE 25th area rm.separate. kitchen.living wall rm.to. wall dinIng -6th Terr. Call for appt. =I SAVE! Hope"H" I Homes.Incas Lots Income. Bns-

3 BR.. CCB in N. E. section. stove carpeting in living rm. glass BY OWNER. 3 BR, 2 bath dishwasher Inc. I and Lake Property
f and refng.. many oak trees, GLADY SMITHP. sliding door leading to U' x 24' swimming pool privileges. j I Farm-" and Acreace.
I low down payment. Low monthly patio, fenced In back yard. Small down payment, VA We Trade Homes I E. C. CURLYKUEHN.. Jr.

::-:1 __ ., i payments. Call FR 2-6002. K. Yonge area. 4 bedrooms, 2 1325 NE 12th Terr. mortgage. Phone 376-1583. I 1115 NW or Property FR -2032 131 N.Broker MAIN FR ST. -6544
40th Drive I
Do You Have A Rom, ApartmentOr BY large.OWNER.house.4 bedroom.double 2 garage.bath Florida baths. Living room.room Separate with fireplace.din ing ACCENT ON VALUE two bedroom frame house In 1-1A 3 Br.2Bath 1IIIIIIIII1111111t111111111111111J111! ! ---
Stopl Look You would be pleased beautiful -- --- ----- --
room. Nice kitchen. This Is a family surroundings
'- Fenced yard. Close to Uni home with convenience to and delighted with this well It miles west of G'ville |lust off "'i We must sacrifice this The following are ready for &-
HouseREMEMBER 0 Rent? versity. Call FR 4-7084. all schools.. located 3 BR. 2 bath quality Newberry Road. Will discuss = -Our Inventory is too occupancy.
horn. in Mason Manor a reasonable offer. Call 372-4415. I I WATCH FOR
COMFORTABLESUBURBAN Quality home on Newberry Road. much desired neighborhood 1- much-We will take 3707 N.W. 21st PI. IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
central $850
heat window air our
Large lot with many trees and condition equity. 4-BR. 2 beth $700 down.
LIVING CCB home, wooded lot,
shrubs. 3 bedrooms 2 tile bathS. lots of trees It Fla. spacious i You assume $17.000 I Si 07 mo.1216N.E.. Cooperative apartments to
rm. fireplace disii
-A ren al I vacancy COSTS 3 BEDROOMS 2 bath. living room double Florida room. Living room would before pay you to see this home posal FM-TV rotator I' h 0 | Approximate trrtOaQe.I I be built In Gainesville. For
family room kitchen with built II carpted and has a fireplace. you buy Reasonably 17th Ave.
376-0434. information cm FR *-2tt1or
I Hurry to take
I priced Come by 2620 N.W. 10th advantage
Ins. Central conditioning and -
YOU MORE than theft ad that will rent heating fenced back yard. Located Near the University. Good buy In a Avenue. FR 27561. 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath Florida I of this. 3 per BR.mOo 1 bath $350 dn. SIt es P.write:
O. Box 13956
on quiet dead end street 3 bedroom 2 bath home with Florida large utility room. 2car n'I'I I
I outside city limits at 3945 N. W. room. Newly painted and dec. OWNER must sacrifice, 3 bed port. Lot 100 x 175. N. W. Gainesville. Fla.
36th Street. Take advantage of orated. Priced at 417,900. room, 2 bath large Fla. room tion. Near Elementary f 1115 NE 5th St. 1442 NE 16th PI.
; and living ParkMacama
built In kitchen University
: I this excellent buy since owner room. Phone FR 4-3649. 3 1 BR. m bath, MOO down.
carport 1705 ft. living I Br. 2 Both a
Is leaving town. $17,000. Phone CIII 3725393 to see any of these aq. 191 per mOo4527
i 372.3711. homes or ask for our list of choice area.convenient to schools. 918 N.W. 11th Road 4 B.R. or I Our Loss Your Gain Aprs.
Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU buys In all price ranges. 1321 N.W. 21st AVI. Phone FR 2- optional. 3 BR. with paneled den. .5 1 -Our Inventory must fr 4617 SE 1st PI.
your MY LOSS YOUR GAIN 2633. L shaped 'living room dining
E 5 4518 (4608 SE2nd PI. I ---
be lowered -
room, family room, 2 full. We will
3 BR. 1 bath. beautiful lawn GLADYS SMITHRealtor MODERN SUBURBAN HOM tiled baths, kitchen with built-in I take $850 for our equi :3 BR. 1 bath, 1500 dn. S68
EVERY DAY until i is rented shrubs. and shade trees. Small :3 BR 2
: bath kitchen with dishwasher, stove and oven, per mOo McCOY'S
down payment and assume total built I ty. You assume $13,600
dining rm. sunken
carport utility and
room I
Close monthly to Schools payments In Llttlewood of S87. Associates Ben Griffin: Multiple Dan Sheldon Listing living rm.. fireplace screened area. Paved patio. central storage heat I I (Approx.>)> mortgage 303 SE 38th St. Homes

: IF RENT IS: YOLR LOSS PER DAY IS: Area. 3532 N. W. 7th Avenue.FR Florence Burns Carolm Noyes heat porch, cork study floors.and shop.Located Central 6 distance and air to conditioning.Finley and WalK GHS.I n g I Hurry! We must sell! 304 & 3I4SE39thSt. ,

2-475". 221 W. University 3725393 miles from city limits on wooded .._!Inspection! call FR 21053. For I now! 3 BR, 1 bath S500 dn. S&lpr 1 Inc.For .
$40 .1. 3 BR.. one bath. CCB home in N. 2 acre lot in restricted Chan- ClIlffltlllllMlJuiJIllliltlllnlBlllllliIUIllltlllliniJ mo Sale. attractive 3-
mo. . $1.33 day
per E
) per E. Central heat. air conditioner. tilly Acres. $18,500 offered by WESTMORELAND 3 BR 2 bath E Eflflll! =n=IIIIIIEEIn bedroom 1-bath home. 4417
storage room screened patio RedfranksRealestate owner. Sea by appt. FR -5425.. 1C- kitchen built-In range & I ALL OUR HOMES ARE : : : E. University Ave i waking;
$50 per mo. .:. $1.66 per day landscaped FR 6-5890. oven sep dining room Ig. I OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY following are under con distance to Lake Forest
struction and will
BLACK ACRES. for sale by own living room parquet floors central I SEEING ANYTIME IF be ready Schools. Price 112.500. $500
I Swimming Pool er. 4-bedrooms. 3 bath house heat. double carport. Ig. YOU WILL JUST CALL. for occupancy soon. down and
$55 per' mo. . .. $1.83 per day Nice NE' section near school old on large landscaped comer lot. corner lot. 107 NW 40th Dr. 1123 SE. 4th STREETFR Call Gerald S77JO or V.per Q. month.McCoy
fashion family home. All large Swimming pool enclosed patio. SPLIT LEVEL 4-5301 or FR 4-7969 3224 NW 29th Ave. Jr. Day FR a-7290. nights FR
$60 pe'r mof .. $2.00_ per day rooms, 4 BR. 2 baths, kitchen. fireplace.bath house.Large Living I Florida room with with strip oak floors In living 1 BR. 2 bath, $750 dn. $102 I 6-501S. Office comer N. MaInS
room. 1lnumllllIDlllllIllWlDmnlDlllmnllrn"1II1J1ItIIIFOR per mo
: pantries dining rm. living rm. MAKE AN OFfEROn area terrazzo floors in sleepIng fld23..dBd.
dining Central

$65 per" mo. . J. $2.16 per day study porches sleeping, 3 fireplaces porches. screened attic mortgage equity and of pick approx.up 4V4 SI 0 pet..000 heat street and air on conditioning.bus room.line Paved area, 2, baths.built In corner kitchen lot.3 ONE bedrooms I RENT 3236 NW 29th Ave. -- -

I \ \ t fenced and landscaped yard $22,. payable $79 mo incl. t I I. 3 bedrooms schools Shown by appointment near OF A KIND. No other house in 3 BR, 2 bath $700 dn. $91

$70 per, mo. . ,'. $2.33 per day 500.3723738.Mortgage $12,000. Phone cation., Pie FHA bath appraised good N.$13,500 E. lo only. FR 4-8802. Gainesville and construction.has combined Address t h Isstyie : .I 124 3 BR,1 SE 7th Bath St. permo. I I. NEW HOMES

2105 NW 16th Terr. SHOWN BY I 1 Year Lease $100 per Mo. 3301 & 3311 '
J $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day J. J. FINLEY AREA PARRISHPRESENTS APPOINTMENT 6-2472. ONLY. Ph. FR NW 30th Ave. I

FRED Three large bedrooms gracious 4 BR, I
Warner W. Weseman Realtor bath $650 dn $91 WALTER
$80 per, mo. . $2.66 per day living room with fireplace and 1113 N. Main St. Norwood per mOo '
built In bookshelves. Separate
dining roo m. Florida ro 0 m. IF YOU ARE LOOKING for the I STUBBS,
$85 permo.| t. $2.83 per day ARNOLD Pretty tree shaded lot. Reasonable privacy of a country home yet 3236 & 3224
priced at $11,500. desire convenience to the city NW 30th Ave. INC.

I $90 per\\r . T $3.00 per day REALTOR MODERN COLONIALLarge FLORIDA masonry PARK 3 AREA.bedroom A, pleaaant homeon schools park, shopping this .-!..oom center brick home and I ,Hope"H" :3 per B*mOo. 2 bath $600 dn. $84

hill.top lot in desired North nice lot 110 x 154 located located at 300 N. E. 13th Ave. I Inc. 1321 N.W. 16th AVE.
$95 per no. . > $3.16 per day I west. White pillared veranda. 3 within walking distance to J. J. on a IV* acre wooded lot maybe 3330 & 3320
large bedrooms 2 baths separ. Finley Elementary School and lust what you are seeking.At I We Trade Homesor
NW 30th Ave. PHONE
I $100 \\ . $3.33 day Wonted ate dining room. large living- Gainesville High School. Owner 113,000.: I will take cash or a ; 376-5394
per room-Florida room. CENTRAL leaving town. second mortgage for $2,000 equi B Property 3 BR 1 bath $550 dn, $79.50
pet Large family to enloy| a home. HEAT & AIR.cONDITIONING for ty. If interested call 376-2356 after ii per mo.uitth .

Large kitchen. living room with. year 'round comfort. Tree shaded MASON MANOR Very attrac. 5 or on Saturday or Sunday. Ji: IllllllllDllDlbud! :JIIIIIIDnmIIIlIlUiDlIU "We Trade Houses"
3 bedrooms.den.
stone fireplace. patio. Double carport. Built-in tive 4 bedroom 2 bath home I located .
CALL. 372441 TO PLACE YOUR On,two 2 baths lots worth with 3rd$5.000.available Lovely kitchen Includes dishwasher. Only on a large lot with I 1I 1I 1I 1i

trees and landscaping. $23,000. dren.fenced Walking backyard distance Ideal to for Weft-chil 1tuf 'tU-t.f li ?

wood Jr. High. Central heat qotTh
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS Mrs. Clean Modem 3 bedroom 2 bath built. and air conditioning. \\1

3 In kitchen with breakfast area. WHAT'SBACK
Lives here better than new GWYNN OAK. Lovely 4 bedroom
bedrooms 2 baths. central Central heat. $1,000.GRACIOUS 2 bath home on a beautiful wood
heat bel u 11 I fully landscaped. ed lot. Wall to wall carpet In
lot' In Heights LIVINGon
Fenced livingroom with fireplace. Modern
and the price Is right at $21,- large landscaped corner lot. 3 built-In kitchen family I

35 Houses for S.I..I. 35 Houses for Sole 500. large bedrooms.foyer, formal 2 baths.step entrance up room large for entertaining.screened patio delightful I

Hate Your Landlord? living room dinlngroom with
: SAVE work and exposes In fireplace large family room. HOLLY FOREST. This attractive of the
this Ideal NW location fenced FORMAL living room. separate Buy this rttft 2 bedroom modem ALSO with fireplace recreation 3 bedroom 2 bath home wall to
t landscaped yard, ,draperies. dining rm.. built-In kitchen home In Northwest location for room. etc.. 'etc. Shown by appt. wall carpeting In living room
ww carpets 3 BR. M bath with pantry carpeted Fla. rm. $1,000 down and $45.00 per only. Call 4-0617. and old brick fireplace family I
I home. Big kitchen wh pantry and hall, 3 BR. 2 full tiled baths. month. No FHA ,qualifying or. room and lovely built-In kitchen GROWING
.. separate dining -m. HW located In quiet neighborhood In rood tape. Ideal for student cou Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor large swimming pool. fenced
foors. By owner. $1(900.( 719 SW section. Call 3722371. ple. Myrtle Lassiter AssociateWm. back yard central heat and air i
NW 19th Lane. Ph. FJ. 374.. E. "Bill" Harris, Associate conditioning.
4 Bedroom 3 full baths In Libby Cool ComfortOver 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone: 376-0817 I
) BEST BUY In buying qBlIfces; and Heights. This home has over 2/- or Rea-37H927. UNDER 10000. New :3 bedroom kI ,
Mme planning for te dollar. 300 sq. ft. of living space air 1,900 so. ft. of alreondition- homes built under F.H.A. specifications
NW section beyond Oy limits. conditioned. dishwasher and ed luxury. panelled family room and available to qualIfied -
I Young executive prefered area. many other extras. If you need with brick fireplace. Separate M buyers with F.H.A. financ I
3 bedroom 2 bath kpacl o u a plenty of living area check this dining room. huge two car ga ing. No closing costs and no city II
throughout. Entrance pall separate one. Will consider trade. For In- rage. Refrigerator stove dish taxes. Phone for further details.
dining room. ..dishwash formation call THE JAMES CO. washer and washer included. BUTLERBROS.
er. Worth your time b see In OF GAINESVILLE. INC. Build- Northwest location $25,400 with NEAR WESTSIDE. New residential subdivision I
Wimberly Estates oftpw 39th ers of Klngsbury Homes. Phone opening soon locatedon
Ave. Phona :372.5489. 3722527. nights 472-7401. Newberry Road. Just $50000
down. years on > "-' -
DISCOVER and buy low this 3 Bedrooms. m bath. built In kit. t.lt '. I_ .
new .home under costructlon.Covered chen on a well shaded lot. MinImum "" -,__,, r
court entrant. 3 BR. down payment. FHA. low REALTY COMPANY J
level B.R., 2 bath built-In M.M.PARRISH
Listing Member lia.ld.-b
This home
fireplace Multiple Wisvt.
2 bath paneled famllyrnx monthly payments. Insulated financ Onli HOMES?
air conditioned. of the has strip hardwood floors. For 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 kitchen. good Moeller. | a tjw.'tao\ ,
quality and personal work 0'1 Information call THE JAMESCO. Associates Pete Sieg ing. $11.500. Mary 'Ht.tMUt
Lloyd Myrick home-Again offered Of GAINESVILLE I N C Jane Caldwell F. W Hodge uJdA u&jkouf4uL' .. 1inL
in WImberly Elates off Builders of Kingsbury Homes. Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman PICTURESQUEAppr. : tfpL t.& Locationand
NW 39thi Ave. Pltone (72-5489.ART Phona 3722527 Nights 3727401. Charlie Mayo Jim Green } ,
4 Acres high wooded land. AND ASSOCIATES INC. and hanjioood.) Kow airooot 100 tawa a'v.
overlooking winding scenic road MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. ?,
frame home N. W. location. 3 ml Wayne Hill Helen Graham
from downtown Gainesville. *17.. Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrlsh ksnbiuttik. : tt. Mngd fcsJfe, JUVUt.g.ilr
900. Call Mary Moeller. 19 N.E. First St. Tel. 372-5375 ltou

._ .: SERVICES BEAUTY & CHARMA LOOK-SEE _IjULVtr; TO [II\\1f, V" 1tf,:{Z-'lfA ". i1A .a 1I U1q fClA t! QualityWhen

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functional quality home Ig. 'ac& 4ta.ILtjfl 1kUththA.
on | ? > ait VA It Comes To
lot. new. spacious of brick and
block. suitable space for swimming BLACK ACRES Spacious 3 bedroom and 1=I-IA

Home And Business Fine pool.residential dead end area st.. privacy.$23,900. on 2 bath a large masonry corner home lot with.located t Uwanctnej LOCATION

Call Mary Mealier.INVESTMENT. of trees. Special featuresInclude
family room with fireplace Open & QUALITYWe
fireplace In living room Edwards
? Hugh
;- 1 Bulldozing central heating and air conditioning 9 tc"JSi
i wall to wall carpets,, Have Only
WANTED Vainling. Free es- Appr. 300 x 300 comprising 2-3 built in oven and range alee N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th
SMALL bulldozer loader. dump timates. No lob too smalL Workguaranteed br 1 bath homes at 72S & 804 N. trie dishwasher. huge recreation
trucks. fill dirt, lime rock. Top I Phone FR 2-5630. W. Uth Ave. Drive past & Call room and double carport. THISIS THE CREAM
soil. Phone 372-7146. I Mary Moeller. A LOT OF PROPERTY FOR
Plumbing $28,500 CALL US NOWI
BULLDOZERS & Dragline, Backhoe BUDGET \ Court Manor
wheel tractors motor $50 DOWN Large :3 bedroom Highland
grader. Free estimates. W. G. SEWER INSTALLED Small CB home located on Ig lot frame home near Kirby Smith Irr:(
(Buck) Johnson FR '-62 *. NEW & used fixtures, complete N.W. near bus. school lust right School. Some repairs needed. ._ == =;;:... the swim cluti community
plumbing service "BIG" JIM for retirement home priced al.350. ONLY $5,00000.WESTWOOD .
HUGULEY Gainesville Plum $'. Cal Mary Moeller. iv. ri
er Concrete 1ro. FR 2-1$89 :3 bedroom, 2
MARYMOELLER bath masonry home with family )
RemodelingNEED room, central I heat built-In
oven and range. ONLY $17,500.
CONCRETE finishing. Walks.
drives. patios slabs and shuffleboard If looking for fine IN- oj
A NEW Florida room. carport you are a
etc.. expertly done. Esti- REALTOR
patio screened-in porch COME PROPERTY call us to
mates. Call 37238S4. anytime. etc? Call now and get It done 1019 W. UnlV FR 4-4771 see this 3 bedroom home withan PALM VIEW
for the summer months. Cai Member multiple listing attached 2 bedroom apt. Both
Cosmetics 372-8049 after S P.M. for free completely furnished and only ESTATES
estimates. $1X300. Apt. Is rented for STOOD
FORDYCEREALTOR per month.REDUCED NW 39th Terr. &
BUILDING. remodeling painting
NW 16th Ave.
POSITIONS open for ladles In block and cement work. Good Beautiful lot In
Gainesville & surrounding areas. work. Good prices., Phone 4M1172. Black A c r es near Unlverslt y $16,000 to $20,950FERNWOOD
For details call or write to Mrs. .
Golf now only $3,200.
Johnnie Turner. Nan. Dlst. Director
fe> Vlvarte Woodard Cosmetics I JOHNMERRILL
Air! ConditionkgNtOC. phone 31*.14I. or 626 N. Upholstery ,
... Main St. Enchantingbrick .
UPHOLSTER furniture at
.10.. Air dltlonlng reasonable prices.your CIII' Sally home. 4 large bedrooms. :3 MANOR

(Hat Air-Hot. water) 372415.beting ixrefrigeration. U fiR EXTINGUISHERS_ Experienced. FR a-98M. with baths. fireplace.a spacious Large living Florid room REALTORMULTIPLE NW 39th St. &
kitchen for all tenoy.
room and a
Years Experience. FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER SewingA1terationsSEAMSTRESS | Centrally heated and air PHONE 3721494 LISTING 13th' PI.

Repolr'ir 5r CO. conditioned.& ASSOCIATES.Contact INC.FORDYCE 3761236.Westwood. ASSOCIATESMARCELLA : .r: :: : \ $12,250 to' $16,000WE5TMORLAND
Sales and Service /
Appliance I do sewing of III PARDIW. : -t <' !
All types Of Fir Extinguishers kinds & Dressmaking. Mrs. W. H. BUCKHANNAN n I' ') /".,, ,
Conditioning' Pick UP and delivery service C. Asbelt 3436 N.W. 17th Te :(, "4' ,?' :I t '.... .<., :':i'';';*' :-,;,/ \ .. : ,t. ,'' ; ; .
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C R. Thomas Ph. 37Mftt J: Lr4
3120632.ALTERATIONS M ; ;
Gainesville Fla. race school Is within walking distance SMILE t: 'f. .ou'ff1J""IJ". ..; <.t ,,/'/; S
A-l HANDYMAN $:OP on women' of this lovely! :3 bedroom. 2 bath ,,,,,- -,--- :--' .
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First In air conditioning and Appliance Clothing. also buttonholes home. Living room. separat e You'll smile with delight when 'i ESTATES
FR 467.. belts 8.: dressmaking. can dining room and kitchen plus patio you see this sparkling NEW 3 ,
Mortgage Broker 372-U91. and a large fenced yard. Air BR. 2 bath CB home on NW .Addition No. 2
;. conditioned. $14. 00, with low 16th Ave. Half acre lot sprigged The Monticello NW 39th Dr. &
Appraisal Service1T19 down payment and monthly pay and landscaped. Sidewalks to
Sewing Machine Repairs ments. Contact FORDYCE & schools. Already connected to NW 8th Ave.

FRED .. AaNOLCa.ALTOIt FHA current and rates.conventional Terms at lowest to 25 ASSOCIATES. INc.. 374-1234. City sewer & utilities. Cent. $20,000 to $30,000All
heat and A-C. Family room. GE Now Open For Your InspectionDon't
years. Will gladly discuss at no CALL-SEWING MACHINE SERVICE -
$23,500 with term to
.REAL ESTATI ltpaA.IAL j obligation. Call tomorrow.J. CO. 115 W. UniversityAve. I Lakesideretreat suit
I $ W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor 376-1075. We repair aMaks I buyer.
I W. UNIV. AVe PH. 173-351 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 3-e4f4 wortc fully' gu.r ntf*< ,from furnished Gainesville.cottage 100"30 whit mlftutes EXCEPTIONALYou foil to see this popular model this

FRED B. ARNOLD sand beach shallow water for City Services
Tires week. Over 1600 feet of enclosed
Auto Equipment REALTOR children. Only $11,000. S2S0 ,- You get more for money In : square
FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS Brake Service ( down and low monthly pay this attractive 4 2Vk bathCB with four bedrooms two baths and
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebtllt .. ments. (The Fishing Is good home H Exc. NW location. space a
exchanged Repair kIts 1r 121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 too). Contact FORDYCE & ASSOCIATE Half acre lot shaded and fenced. Florida Monthly Payment
Walker ,Jack Factory atthM- VACATION SPECIAL $. INc.. 376-1236... Built-in kitchen that's a beauty paneled room gives your family plenty
Walker Hydraulic JrCEA"i : MORTGAGE MONEY ON famous nationally known Mohawk Cedar tined closets. No city and From 74.38
Kt$ HULLS IRAIf 5' per cent Interest. Terms to tires ... Save up to Redwood taxes. Sacrifice price of 19750. of room to grow! Spacious living room
1JI4M.ln 2S yelrs. on new tires. See our new Immediate occupancy.
F* I-It BUY BUILD REFINANCECall wrap around retread that gives 2.99 so. ft. In this 4 bedroom. separate dining room too: Inspect this big
f 1 more mileage & traction. Lat split level .home. Spacious kit.
115 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 12511 ONE LOOKWill one with colonial styling now. Min.
Auto Glots Dan mr Tire Co tn N, Main St. chen separate dining room. Down FHA
Florida room. Drapes and car : be sufficient for you to see Down VA
; !! pe'ing included. Situated on a'' the value in this Ocala block Nothing -
GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA WINDOW CLEANING Monticello Located at N.E. 31st Ave. and 15th ,St.
-and conventional leans. Low beautiful tot. Contact FOR. home at 3525 NW 7th Place.
AUTO CLASS U *ur nrjness. rate Terms to U years. 1221 DYCE & ASSOCIATES. INc.. Nice shaded lot. Dream kitchen.
Immediate Insttla onikdd WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned
374-1234. Screened porch fc much more
W. Unhr. Ave. 373-sm.
fri pickup & delivery and waxed houses washed. 1yrs.
for $19,108. Good terms.
beauty It value to y :ar. FORDYCE and Associates Inc.. experience. Free ettlmat SALES OFFICE
MAUI.DIWS AUTO aLMS co. Conventional end F.H.A. loan*. Phone Fit 1-595S.
23N.W. 4th St F Call J74-1134. Grace Fortfyca.Realtor. FORDYCEASSOCIATES UNIVERSITYREALTY NW 39th Terr. &
Fordyca & Associates. Office Located NW 16th Ave.
Auto Painting Inc., 124 West University Ave INC. At NE 23rd Blvd.
nue. Sun Want Ads Tel. FR 2-9545 or
Real testate Exchangers and 11th Terrace
AUTO painting 29.95. : Multiple Listing Realtors 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 373-4351 Nights and HolidaysFR
M. S. plus parts; brak rained BUILDERS Phone 372.3471
Grace S. Broker W. M. Monroe Realtor 6-9048
SiteS plus parts auto wtxing I !
Get Results
work guar Dudley Goutden. Associate Asso. S. E. McLaughlin FrankRobv
111.'S.MAli MILLER & SONS [I: SERVICE DIRECTORY Harvey Benton. Associate Roy McCam T. C Doug J
W NW First St. Ph. 3* 924 W. Univ. 374-1234 las. Jr. -

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45 Furnished Apts. 45 Furnished Apts. 45 Furnished: Aptc. 4S Furnished Apts. I I
35 Houses for Sole 42 Farms & Acreage 43 'Colored Property r ,, fl
I BR, 1226V NW tth St., $45 per
PRIVATE, newly painted closeIn. mo. Call McKinney-Greefl Inc. I' 2 Furnished apts. $55 & $40. Plane
HOME FORDYCE ACREAGE HOMES FOR SALE 3 rooms and bath. Hot and EAST SIDE FR 2-3417. 373-1823 or 372-3794. .
TRADEOPPORTUNITY 2 & 3 Bedrooms... SE Uth St. & cold water furnished. Off street SUBDIVISION
SE Tth Ave. Some no down pay parking. No pets. 15 S. W. 2nd GARDENAPARTMENTS NEWLY decorated 1 BR apt. La- NICE clean 1 BR apt with private. !!
Ml at 16500. Over 160
I acres acresof ment. Some small down pay. Place. dies or couples preferred. Across bath I. entrance. Water furnished '
I permanent pasture fenced and from Adm. bldg. 303 SW 13th St. near campus. 1S13 NW
WILL trade several homes In Palm water available truly beautiful ment. Monthly payment $57 to 2 BR. furnished apartment. No 2nd Ave. FR 2-0131 or 2.2946-
View Estates for homes in the I land. Small parcel available un- $65. Also homes built on your pets. 311 5. E. tttl St. $30 month. $57 per month upGainesville's 2 Bedroom furnished trailer. I x '
r 1012.000 price range. Visit Sales der $6,000.00. Approximately 20 lot for no down payment. Phone FR 68961. 45'. swimming pool. Call 372- 4 ROOMS steam heated duplex.
Office Corner NW 39th Terrace acres.: Call TOMMY RIDGELL Finest 1367 evenings. |I nicely located. Call FR 6-5821 or FOR SALE
Builder Phone FR 2-4125 I & 2 BR. 1 bile from campus.
and 16th Ave or call FR 2-9545. Exceptional acreage perfect for see at 622 NE 1st St.
Furnished or unfurnished EFFICIENCY I
Butler Bros. Builders. air cond. optional $76 $101 per apt. private en. I
cutting into small tracts, only mo. Call McKinney Green. Inc. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart- trance bath. Lights & hot NICE downstairs apt., close in.
$42.58 per. month. 2 BR frame. $395.00 an acre. Over 100 l resIvail.ble. 44 Cottages for Rent 3723617. ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- ter furnished. Summer w"l Utilities & antenna furn. Ideal
Nice yard dead-end street. 2222 Call or consult I 9408. preferred. PIFR 4-5454. \ for working person. 531 SE 2nd
r FORDYCE'ASSOCIATES 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice I PI. Ph. FR 2-2582. FR -0848
I SE 10th Ave. FR 2-4692. 203 N.W. 9th Terrace one bedroom clean. Fur married couples 2 large rooms 1st floor. private TWO APIS. One 1 BR apt. One 2 ,:
INC. furnished cottage. Couple only ly. Adults no pels. Rent Oft-I' bath adults 708 E. Univ. Ave. BR air conditioned aptWalk.. NICE large, quiet' cool first floor'furnished
I PERFECT FOR FAMILY I 151 a month. Phone FR 6-6188. sonable. Call 376-7844. ing dist. to town. Call FR 15514. i I apartment. Good residential '
926 W. Univ. 376-1236 .$45 efficiency private bath & en. section. Convenient to i
WITH AN IN-LAW FOR RENT week or month. 3 HOME TO YOURSELVESAIR trance. Also furnished room 2 BR, living room kitchen and stores and bus lines. With I n
u 160 Half acre farm with all equipment.. room cottage on Lake Lilly I COOLED modern 4T trailer with light hot 6 cold water, in bath. Adults only. No pets. 434 I walking distance of No .._ _. -.
NEARLY new 3 bedroom 2 bath mile paved road frontage.Good Metnose Sleeps 6 adults. Plenty i 2 BR, Ig. refrigerator, plus I x: best part of City. $35. 321 N.E. SW 2nd St. Reasonable rent Ph. I children or pets. $45 sc-uare.monthly. I .- -- -
home has one bedroom separate farms and acreage listings. of shade on dock white sand 18' cabana. No pets. SwimmingpooL 3rd St.Efficiency. 372-4116. 1 I _.Phone FR 6-5846. i -
from the ethers. Perfect beach. SAO per week. Utilities Inquire IS SW 2nd PL MODERN, furnished' apt. for rent
for in-law teenager. Beautiful Included. Phone GR 5-2631. apt water furnished NICE efficiency 2 Beds. Screened
I Call Ben Griffin. Associate Air- ond. S70 mo plus utilities -
LARGE 3 room apartment. Private $35 per mo. 3505 N.W. 17th St. front porclOpen back. Electrically
natural finish cabinets in kit-
chen. Excellent FHA terms. 2 BR trailer jwith large cabana.No entrance and bath. Phone FR a- Cant, McKinney Green Inc. FR 2- Phone 373-4440. I run. $45 month. 145 N.W. *
-. ; $15.000 with only $400 down includes GLADYS SMITH Realtor pets 3037 SW Archer Rd. 6642.I I 3417. $75 MO. 31St Ave. FR 2-0779. NEWQUALI11I
',' closing 2103 N. E. 15th 1221 W. University 372-51 _FR 2.5633. LARGE upper Apt. Close to cen- 'and 2 bedroom furnished apartments Month to month rental or lease to i LARGE front apt. near bus line
Terr. 372-1551 SMALL furnished some air conditioned. suit tenant-1 bedroom furnished I
$99sePER cottage and ter of town. Reasonable good & stores. Private entrance $85
ACRE trailer for rent. Ideal for working condition. $100 per mo. L. J. Mo- Summer rates near University 1 Apt available at 1204 NW 23rd Phone
: mo. 374-5805.
HUGH EDWARDS. INC. located only 1 mile (closest point) i couple. Moore's Trailer Court. rang 2505 N.W. 6th St. FR 2- and Medical Center. 916 S. W. Blvd. Ph. FR 4-2472 Wese- HOMES
from city limits of Gainesville. 2330 E. Univ. 374-8144. 4957. 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3<<2 or FR I man Realty -1113 N. Main St. ,,42"% 1 bedroom Trailer. Student

EXCLUSIVE NEIGHBORHOOD 2 miles highway frontage. at intersection I WELL FURNISHED HOUSE 1 BR. furnished apt., water fur. I "2664. I2 I BR furnished apt.. living rm. I i couples only. Includes water fc
Air Cond. Univ.
NW SECTION garbage. Close to
l of NE 39tn Avenueand ; TRAILERS FOR RENT OR nlshed. 4123 NW 12th Tedr.. S40 Very clean nicely furnished 1 bed- dining rm.. kitchen, private .
LR. 3 BR 2 baths double carport I $75. Phone FR 2.5182.AIRCONDITIONED *
Orange Heights Roads. 1200 I room apartment. Tile bath. $45. bath. Adults anly. Married i
Fla. Rm., a large screened I SALE. See ad under Mobile per mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930
porch. fireplace, covered entrys.arcs.n. acres must be sold in a block. Homes, Class 77. Oh-Kay Trailer ask for Mr. Haynes. 733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 6-0444 or couple or 2 or 3 sober male trailer with
Will consider forming a group I Court. FR 63322. FR 24549 Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. students No pets. 5100 per cabana. 2 BR. On bus line to
/ central heat air cond., H interest FURNISHED Apartment for rent I
Ph. FR month. Apr. 20 through August. town and campus. $40. FR 2-2914.
complete built-in kitchen. Near 2472. One bedroom furnished cottage in with living Rm., bedroom, tilebath 2 BR. well furn. 1st floor duplex. Can be .seen at 414 NE 2nd St.
ly new. Owner leaving town. NW section outside city limits. alr-cond. 1, 2 bedroom Quiet near campus. Air cond. Ph. FR 67212. : 3 ROOM furnished apartment. Private WESTVILLA
Price $31400. Call FR 2-0954. to 105 ACRES I I Quiet suburban area. Couple only, Apt. FR 2-9569. Accept 3 mature quiet responsible bath 1st floor. Rent $55.
get directions. located tt ml. from Sante Fe no pets. $65 mo. Call 376-5555. persons. 376.6491.AIRCONDITIONED DUPLEX. 1 BR, near Univ. 328 Phone FR 25635. -A-
/ TWO bedroom furnished apt. NW I4th
St. Avail May 1 or
FOR SALE in Citra Fla. Two 2 2.7 V in acre tobacco allotment, _apx. 2 BEDROOM; modern cottage near Univ. & Alachua General apartment. 1 sooner. $83. Call 374-5190. LARGE 2 bedroom furnished apt.
BR homes. nice and clean. Cash very good truck farm Lake Swan Melrose Boat ramp. Hospital. Ph. FR 4-7955. Gainesville bedroom and patio with cook- Conveniently located 2 blocks
price $2500 for each. Wired and land, balance in woods, o I d I Sleeps 7. June 1st thru 21st. $60per t or write R. T. Stroud. P. O. I I i out. Near Medical Center and 3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent. from downtown. Suitable for 2 NW 16 Aye. & 16th St.
sheet rocked. Call Mrs James U house sheds. Price $16,750 with week. Phone FR ..30<<. Box 34S St. Augustine. Univ. Call FR 2-348 or4340.. } 1-1 BR apt. 2-2 BR apts. 503 to 4 students $80 month. Call
Bowdoin in Newberry. 472-2258. Warner PIF W. R Weseman-Realtor 6-2472. I. C- I NE 4th Ave. FR 63070. 3 Bedroom 2 Bath

t FOR SALE 4 BR house living 1113 N. MAIN ST.ACREAGE ; I ,

deep room well.dining two room large tots kitchenette in LaCrosse t i 4 Bedroom 2 Bath
phone 462-1359. 161 ACRES fenced "wHh good S F. D. OLIVER ,
bedroom CB home land all HOUSE
J. W. fenced and cross fenced. good OPEN t
pasture on good road. i INVITES YOU

home near Gainesville; ; I
Immaculate condition, pleasant 3. .a ::4
t surroundings. Yours with orange 43 Colored PropertyRENTALS ,l-- Shadow Lawn Estates
trees In rear yard with V4 acre I 1926 NE \ 9th Street
for $16.000 or 2V acres for ref
(18.000 or 12W acres f.r'' j i
$22.500. The house has three I r 9q P61F 3 Bedrooirj 2 BathA
Call u* for Aprs houses, turn I I ,
bedrooms and one bath. unfurnished. SOME

Owners gage.SPACIOUS will carry mort MARY MOELLER |i SPECIALS real l buy

and lovely residence REALTOR I Intercom Stone Fireplace .
available for June occupancy. I lOlf W. Univ FR 4-4771 y At rs rA .
Beautiful hardwood floors pine _, I M: AM & FM
panelling. three large bedrooms I as. I Both withIsland *
s P two tiled baths, Snack
ious entertaining area. pre: I BUILDERS ,. Full Length
at $24.509 and already connected I CAPITAL uI Center Mirror
to city sewers offered thru
AIR CONDITIONED for the summer I DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES, r 1ki One 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath $8500

1100 weather square feet that of Is well almost arranged. here.-, INC.NOTHING I! -h OPEN HOUSE 4 BEDROOM "- One 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath $10,750Two

freshly decorated living i
area; two car enclosed garage only $100.DOWN closing VA > And Plenty of Family Living real bargains in trade ins
and such a convenient MINIMUM DOWN FHA 1 a Y .
location for.less than$22. 00.

CO. N.W. 6TH ST. A 37TH PLACE DIRECTIONS: Drive West on NW 39th Ave,

J. W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor NEW fLOOR ONE PLANS& TWO i [ '.. ,. past the Glenn Springs intersection. See WALTER STUBBS, INC.

Member Multiple Listing 9 Br. 1 2 Baths SUNDAY APRIL .26-2to5 p.m. sign on left. .
II N. Main Phone FR 2.1404'ASSOCIATES j
: !: SALESMAN ON PREMISES 1321 NW 16th Aye. Ph. J76-5394

A.Floye W. Reece.Mathiasen CapU USN.Irene Ret Bunnell. I I OR WALTER CALL FR STODDARD.2-2511 FOR 1 1434 N.W. 7th RD. Telephone : FR 2-0866 -

2005 WEST NW 37th VJLLA Blvd. ESTATES 4 BR. 2 tiled I EMMETT HOLLOWAY t -T_ _.; .-f'I- :. :!,: ._ p__ __. .
bath wall-to-wail carpeting. central CHRISTINE central air ----- -- .
heating built in kite hen j' STONE' I Unusual 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Large studio, --- -- --- -- --- -

__ Includes wooded dishwasher lot with Located circle onlarge DAN BYRD 125 N.W.ASSOCIATES.13th St. INC. conditioning and heating. Fabulous living room with fire-

drive. Orig. cost $2 .OOO. balance j JACK DE YOT-REALTOR
$17,380. Equity $400. payments i I place. Sloping, wooded lot affords privacy.
bid. taxes and Ins $143 per I
mo. Phone :3729172. I MORE GOOD BUYS $26,500ARNOLD Want A

LAW Professor moving, spacious
3 bedroom study IV* baths. attic I 20-23 Acres highway 441 front
fan built in drawers van age railroad. Ideal industrial i
i ity and storage. $80 month. Negotiate site. 1I
equity. FR2775, 1062 REALTY
_, N. E. 14th Ave. Lovely older home, quiet loca u
I 2 lion 3 Br., Extra Large Lot, I
-BY OWNER attractive 4 BR. a
bath lovely yard planted In Lovely Garden Area. I
pines & azaleas. Air cond.. cent $12.200 COMPANY
heat dbl. Util. rm. I. swim club i Free
membership. Walking distance Only isoo. Down-No Closing i Month'sRet ?
to Metcalfe i Howard Bishop. Costs. New 3 Br. Homes Just 1219 Univ. Ave. Ph. 372-3522
2132 NE llth Ter. Ph. FR 62349.: Outside City Limits. I
If no answer. FR 25567.
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NorthwestFour I 0 THE J7LORIDA. NATIONAL BANV48 31 t tw
B. R. 3 bath HOME two w \
bedrooms with private I bath-2 4" AT GAINESVILLE
> car enclosed I garage-Large corner ,
.. lot near University. Call .fg rLU Bw.cl kL f70
46 FR. 23617. '\ ,$

N SouthwestThree '
B. R. 2 bath home-Large .y 0.
landscaped lot with under : \tt. aM'P > --
ground sprinkler system. See at g OLLAR.
SIS S. E. 11th Place and call us
i f"r appointment to see. FR. 2-
3617. t

'An Easy Wayto 7

own a 3 B. R. I bath,home 1ft
't N. W. area. Only $400.00 down --
I payment and $88.00 a 'month.
For details and inspection call
FR. 2-;417.t .


.Fred J. W.GUY'Multiple Davis Jayne Listing H. J.ButterworthCol. Wiltshire ; Today I is "Renter's Day" Someone get} a free

EXCHANGE 37 Real Estate equity Exchanged or anything rnont 's rent why not you? Nothing :tor' 'buy. .

of equal value 3 BR. 2 full
baths lot US x 150. landscaped the Pine Forest office
call Reid Preston owner. FR just stop at and redister !

I 2-1446 [The Monticello

38 Real Estate Wanted

WANT TO BUY 1685 square feet enclosed I

2 or 3 bedroom home with space. This is the big one our oI a ? ; fir
family must room be and equipped.2 baths.Central Kitchen customers ask for. Four full a I toy,. !I Learn why.. it pays to buy. Ask i

heat preferred. Must be priced bedrooms two full I 1 baths.
right with reasonable down pay. I any Hugh Edwards representative .
I Paneled Florida room I
ment. Write to Box 365- spa

Gainesville Sun. I cious living room and separate e_ for a copy of Why it Pays -- pJJ
WOULD like to assume mortgage j dining room. Beautiful colonial 4r. I
on 3 or 4 BR house In Finley _
area. Write 'P. O.\ Box: 13872. j I architecture makes this To Buy", a detailed study comparing 'J ti
Univ.I Stat. Gainesville. t
home a must for the most dis- o
EXECUTIVE would like. \
to assume mortgage on 3 bed criminating family. I renting to owning your '
room. 2 bath. In N. W. section.I I t, 0 JOUttS
Prefer Littiewood area. Monthly i
payments to $150 per mo. home. You'll see graphic proof .r t
Write box 435-A Gainesville Sun t

price.stating address phone and, 'AND TAPPan APPLIANCES IN IT I that you can save, money and t i 94 r ;

39 Out of Town Property II j live better for probably less than t

ACRES OF land. 2 bed e m i
house other buildings. 3 mils i, i you're now paying for rent. V 4C
north of Starke on Rt. 301. Ph. ;

HOUSE 944-5934.FOR sale In Keystone j. Come out and see this luxurious new AH these features II ..<' -
baths. 1
Heights, Fla. 3 BR. 2 ; V. ;.

acre at $18.000.lot will Will sacrifice.HIt for Appraise$14.990.I I home.The first prize is $25,000 whichTappanwilldeposit. I I i 71f'

Call 376-1148. Gainesville after S i jcom. Four Full Bedrooms C NO MONEY DOWN-VA '. .I"4
I in a tank for to '
you : t
Two Full Baths PAY ONLY $100 CLOSING : :<
I 40 Business Properties apply towards purchase of this home. I ;... <

1 : INCOME SPECIAL: 11 apt. units Hundreds of other valuable prizes too. Panelled Florida Room
I ,
beautiful condition and location.

i __ A after good reasonable living above ctcfPI"> payments"';. And nothing to buy. All you have to do is Colonial Architecture i Lowest Down Payment FHA 1-; :'"

wASK! .
TIME.REALTOR. Phone 376-5707 ANY. i enter your name, in: the Tappan Sweep. Separate Dining Area NO CLOSING COSTS "" "

i FOR SALE BY OWNER i'I stakes when you visit our model home. Convenient Location ....at9.. 3 -Y
Hwy. land an' US 301 No. I Sa. II I j t-

Of Starlit. 343 ft. cor. next t Done ,,,,
I south of Sfwekeys S3* ft. across Landscaping ; ." .." 7/"" "" "
read. Ben Suslow. P. O. Box: I I J :
Visit this beautiful model home today andenter l
Mrs. James Goar of Gainesvife last month's

42 Farms & Acreage the Tappan Sweepstakes. Home located and. l B1! Renters Do/ winner is shown Deceiving check

FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE i $82 PER MONTH from Allen Dorman, Vice President of
RURAL at NE 31st Ave. and 15th St. Sales Built-in Appliances ; Edwards inc.

__ U.S. Hwy.Ph. M- canopy. Fla. I office located at NE 23rd Blvd. and 11th a as featured on includes ., int., tjx.. insurance LIMIT $125 ;


=- EYES RIGHT Terr. Phone 3723471. LIFE-LOOK H

Set real dream living In Shadow I SUNSET I
La*" Esta'''. Modes! CPtF. /\. i ute4eHomes
D. Oliver BUr.Pft. .
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Mail M NW Sttk A... Nit \ -
tin Glee Springs btnatiM. >
Sa* .*t. M toft. : Court Manor

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4 Br.FRESH X b th.AS Separate SPRINCI living- I I HC' the swim club community/:; 5 'r N e

dining room. Oversized sin- I !4:" a $13,650$18,000 i
.. ming pool with bam house. ,-it : \
Family room with fireplace. -. !
Acre lot. Under contt. ) Br. .'> 1 ::
2 bath. Family room with fire t J
w'. place. Many extras on Acre I MODELS OPEN sA ...
lot. Go out NW um Ave. to J Vati155141
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43rd.St. "Intersection turn right f t < t.-
Go appro 1 mile. see sign on '
left. IO-DARK. Y.By, Quality Minded HUGH :

'i'- .. : IL= I 'I' -. ; N.E. 16th AVE. & 15th STREET Sfcc -1551.-. .. .


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Sunday, April 26, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9C

=:ii: _.. -c------ ..Wlluujmwijjn.i..... hr rr-r--umnr---- TilififiCLASSIFICATION 48 House for Rent U.furD. 54 Business Rentals 66 Mise .For s.t.. 66 Uc Jror Safe. -

r 1 66 Misc. For Sale 72 Office Equipm.ntGAINESVILLE'S 77 Mobile Homes for Sal.i3 .

: INDEX I FORDYCE RENTALS MODERN BuUdIn;. SJJOO Sq. Ft, LARGE Black Forest Coo Coo KENMORE auto washer, running
Call our agency 1* find the office space. just completed. clock. Push about piano. 2 antique condition. $30. Phone 376-2242. G. E. REFRIGERATOR. excellent largest volume office ten at CLOSEOUT PRICES
I supply dealer" ChesnufsOffice
bought a new Kenmore. SAVE to
I MARY MOELLER clocks. Some small things. cond. 4 old, 4Vb $1.500
listed. mo.
house you wish. Many yrs. guarantee Equipment Ca Invites BANK t
\ 1 i ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE Also apartments furnished. ReaMor. 1019 W. UoHr. Ave. FR Wayfarer MoteL 454-1928. SINGER upholstery machine. No. remaining best offer. Also to come In and shop er call you for NEW, 10' wide FINANCING mobile homes
1 la ?f emaruas i '-4&71.BUILDINGS. 3715, for sale or trade. In perfect 10. range with griddle. FR 2-
Cut -./ Ta nkaX n Wanted .. BIT m FORDYCEASSOCIATES TRAILER 4X8 utility with nylon condition. Call Smith Surplus 7393. free delivery. ChesnuTs Office Town fc Country Trader Sales
Last .* F'a Machinery .* Teals INC. to Rent or Lease. ttres excellent: condition. Newberry. Fla.. 472-2381 Equipment Co. 106 W. Ualv 3860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 2-2290.
4 PerMBAllxeJ Servtee a Building Materials Call 4755811.N.W. Llgrt weight. Has hauled a ton week days. KEEP carpet cleaning problems Ave. In Downtown GainesvBle.
.. t Travel InformationSpecial If BebSId GeM.a 926 W. Univ. 376-1234 3.200 miles at high speed. Call small-use Blue Lustre wall to For sale 2 used Sunstrands $85 FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES4820NW13thL.143
S NaUee CS Antiques 13th St. Building to be con 372-4697 after 5:30 p.m. YOU MAY BE NEGLECTING wall. Rent electric shampooer and $75 also 1 full keyboard
--, .7 Florist .S Mia*. F.r Sal* Ii 3 BR. 1 Avail.bath cent. 1st.heat.$120 boilt-i structed. Space available f o rphysician your hearing Our Free Examination $1. McDanMI Furniture Co. Burroughs $55. Adding machines
May Gainesville South
per dentist. lawyer, pharmacy SemMormals will give you an accurate ;- Shopping Center.
5 B..y Kitten Ckfld Car n Trading Fett = mo. on year lease. 3904 SW size 5. Worn electric. Call 376-41M Gainesville
S Places T* Go And .* Article Wanted 37th St. FR 6-6711. beauty shop end barber once. Reasonable. Call FR. report.Gainesville GE filter flow automatic washer. Hours to a, :1fl 10 1
O Ya.J shop. If Interested Call 376-183U 5184 after 5. Hearing Aid Co. looks and runs like Also roll _
Things I* Be* OU .* new. 73 Musical MerclMMKlis Service Is _a must with us.
( ': '70 Bt Maria Eqmlp. 3 BR, family room equipped kitchen OFFICES FOR LEASENew 62t N. Main St. FR 4-0095. around 2 speed fan good condi i
it 71 lot. Avail SINGER AUTO ZIG ZAG tion. Ph. FR 22436.
AUTOMOTIVE Camp Bant Flak large now. 40MODELS :
modern air conditioned office Chain Saws $5*
up. New SPINET Piano, used Mahogany
Drop-In _
; SaJe..b.w. nOme. KtmtpBen* S13J per mo. 5010 Newberry Rd. Individual cams. for decorative d 4 hp BEAUTIFUL colorful mounted
1 Airplane space. rooms. signs saws 8995. We repair finish wife matching bench $395.
77 MebQ Barnes t.t Sal 73 MuUal MercflSfldlJ I Ph. 3725951. Large or small separate units. buttonholes monograms.sews an chain saws & fawn mowers. sailfish. 6'?*. By Al Pfleguer Crtdtey. Music Co. FR 2-5353.
Sal Furnished unfurnished. Phone on buttons. etc. $700 per Chain saw rentals. Miami. Fla Only $165. The Tackle .
W' 7S Track far 2 BR Kit. equipped 1206 N.E. or McCultoch.
mo. Balance $68. 815 W. Univ ON DISPLAY I.
CORONET Com constellation fin TO CHOOSE
M 7* Track WaitedMTtaaUMATraek 9tti Ave. $85 a me. Call McKinney and Sercetarlal service optional Wisconsin and Briggs Stratton Box 1490 Hawthorne Rd.
Ave. Phone FROM
,XtaUU REAL ESTATE FOR SALEITr&ft.eMa1 Green Inc. FR 23617. Off street parking. $55 to $200 3761073.GOING dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR est la Conn: line a true concert LOWEST PRICE ".
.. per montn. Call Lea Jackson. NEW 1964 Instrument $300 new. $150 or SMALL DOWN PAYMENT.
/ U MeUreyeles .* SeaatersS4 ,33 Lets tI r Sal ONE 3 bedroom house unfurnhh.ed FR 6-4461 anytime. Ernest Tew ness. WUI out of sell the all building kinds busi-and 43411.CLOSE Automatic Zig Zags. drop In highest offer. See at Rebel TRAILER MARTHwy.
SL.WaierfrBl e SSI per month water in Realty. : OUT SALE cams for fancy stitches. buttonholes _Stamp and Coin Shop.
ABtase n* Xeptirs rraperty e sizes of doors for M price. Also
,r Si Benses For 1aJ.rrj' eluded. Can 4S5-2362 Brooker door On Wallpaper. 98c a Roll a p p Uques monograms. n. Phone 328-1850
: U AataaMbfleS let Sato locks and hinges. Various ORGAN SALE
M Swap CanEDUCATIONAL .M Cettares Fr Sal Fla. 56 Business Opportunities electrical lights and fixtures. HARPER PAINT CO. etc. $SO up. Easy terms. Sewing Of Christmas Left overs. AH OPEN WEEKDAYS
, ., .J1 Beal Estate ExchanredM 2 BR house Ig. living rm.. dining also Jalousies and awnings windows 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4364 Machine Service Co. 115 W. Univ. new organs. Savings up to :30 I UNTIL 9 p-rn.
Ave. Ph. 3761075.x .
L ... Real Estate Wanted Rm. & separate kitchen 614 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY on w" and various types of mould- REMINGTON 12 30 per cent. Earl's Piano Co. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6
U Bebaala .* Inatnetlea S3 Oat ., Town Pnpert/ 1- NW 22nd Ave. Call 376-1950. Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity ing. Out side white house paint. Inch barrel full ga.choke pomp cleaning 7 38" Custom built book 78? W. Univ Ave. 372-2222 EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA
-, U Haste.Z D&cbg 4* BaateeM Prepcrtie for the right man to get to girl's bicycle $5. FR 6-0848 between kit. shells. and case. Like new cases. Adjustable shelves. Hot-
2 BEDROOM CB. Kitchen
I $ Wute4-Jutnl&lea 41 Residential be..* E;; equip. the bowling alley! business witha 10 A.M. and 6 PM. condition. $75. 372-8268. point Chest type deep freezer In 76 Airplane Sales-Rentals TRAILERS FOR RENT
ped except for Refrlg. Space
= 43 Farm* Aereafe small amount of capitaL Cell excellent cond. Phone 3720115.WESTINGHOUSE OR SALE
43 Colored Property Rentals! heater cedar lined clouts. Carport FR 6-2641 or FR 6-2930. Ask for BRAND NEW MOBILE HOME COLEMAN AIR TRAVEL Trailer. and mobile hem
! EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colored Property Salts N. W. location. Convenient Mr. Haynes. CONDITIONING SYSTEMS. 4 Place Aeronca U AC New paint, set up on nice location with ca-
17 Work Wasted Hale to Schools. S87 per month. Ph. Phone "Dan" FR fl267 new fabric new Interior. 45 Dr.SMOH bana room. patio. patio porch
1$ Wark Wanted raaal* RENTALS 1 376-6360 after 5:30. RAISE MONEY by selling 1964 UNIVERSAL ZIG ZAG. A-l HANDYMAN SHOP 'Vacuum. Cost $7995 new. Now It nil. r.d. Mark 11. roof. $600 to $1500 or rent at
It Bale* Bel* Wanted FOR RENT or sale 3 BR. 2 bath. snowballs. popcorn, peanuts makes button holes appliques. 3995. Like new. $3195.00. Can FR 2-3543 after $... to $40, Including tot rental.
; fancy stitches SINGER 'I
beverages. Roy Smith Co.* 365 sews on buttons. FEATHERWEIGHT GUARANTEEDKIRBY 5:30 P.M.
IS Help Mate or Feats 44 central heat built-in stove. Cal Ott-Kay Court. FR 4-
Cottage For Beat etc.
U Mai Wanted _Park Jacksonvlfle. Fla. Only $8a or $658 per mo. $7 per month. Balance $48. SALES SERVICE 3322-
hip 415-3611 after 3
Dramatic 45 FnrnUned Apt. p.m. 815 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075. Free 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-1075 .712 N. Main FR 4-7110 or 6-1117.
'f< Cnfmrntohed Apt*. AVAIL. May 2nd, 930 NE lOtti MAN OR WOMAN _delivery within 35 miles. Automotive SPECIAL THIS WEEK
7e&1.JIsIp WanU4 47 Heue fer Rent Fan. Ave. Spacious 2 BR dining PART TIME PRACTICE PIANO, good condition :, STRAWBERRIES
I US .38 cal. Ml carbine new con- 20 wide Mobile Home and 1 acre
FARMS & 48 Boose for Rent ITnfnra. 1-1U rm., Ig. Fla. Rm. cent. heat TOY ROUTE d'tton with 30 rds. of hunting p.m.LOW .$100. Call 468-1617 after 7:30 25 cents per quart. yu pick them. 77 Mobil Homes for Sale lot. $1. 00. 1 mile S of Paine
LIVESTOCK 49 Roonu for Rent 190 per mo. Ph. 376-0886. VERY. SMALL STARTING ammo. $75. Call FR 2-8268. Hayes Farms. Breaker Fla. Prairie. For appointments call
2* F&,. Equipment 50 H.tel Keoms CAPITAL
square-shaped walnut table ii x 10' mobile home excellent FR 4-3052.
3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. FREEZER AND REFRIGERATORFOR
27 Feed .* FarUUier2S 11 Mlie. Rental THE best cost less If you heat
GOOD INCOME $10 table lamp almost brand buy. TV antenna air condition.el.
LlTestack .* gipllei 61A Wanted T. Rent Steve & refrigerator $115 per water electrically. Find out how SALE. WILL TRADE FOR NOW SHOWING
new. $3. gold scatter covered patio. See call.
>* Landseapbc Tsp 80 U B.arder* Wanted mo. Phone FR 4-2X72, Weseman OPERATE SEVERAL FROM CHOICE HOME to replace It and get cash dividends. _Call FR .566G. rug $3. ONE NEEDING REPAIR. Let 1. 2720 SW Archer or Rd. FR 1964 MOBILE HOMES
I M FeU .* 8op H** 13 Offie Desk 8pa.. i Realty. Call FuJJ as. Your PhO- FREEZER REFRIGERATORSGASSED 4-384. J and 3 bedrooms. an Floor
U IJf esUek ,Wanted CI Bulness ButAlaFINANCIAL 3 BR. 1 bath, 530 N. E. 9th TERRITORIESAVAILABLE SOON gas Distributor. Phone 376-5392. TWIN size maple bed mattress IN HOME $9. FREEZ. Plans. Terms tailored to meet
Si. $100 a mo. available May AUTOMATIC and springs also vanity table ERS REFRIGERATORS NEED your budget. Drive a Bttle and
1ttI call McKinney Green. Inc. Kenmore washer and chair. Phone,FR 24202. ING REPAIR. FR 2-1330. WYATT save a lot at
SERVICE IS GAINESVILLE and also good condition. $35. Phone after CONNOLLYMobil
M BmaincM OVrtnUIe 23 Special Serriee* E FR 2-3617. Lake City Ocala 6 pjn FR 25469. AUTOMATIC washer. Westmg-
67 Mae to J.*l* 23 Hem ImprnllDem.N ON BIG LAKE SANTA FE. furnished Palatka Perry COMPLETE set Metric hand tools house; old but works well. $40. I 70 BNh- rin. 4*!*. 2 Miles North Horn Sales me.441
Martcare 24 B.... .* XT Serrlee IS modem 6 Rm. house. See Trenton LMsburg for Import car owners & mech Batnlnette-like new $10. Cosco Trailer SalesHome Phone 47M164 en U. S.
IIM.ae7 Wanted 23 ApfUaace .* Farnltur FrL Sat. or Sun. Directions\ midway Plus several other areas anics. All famous brands prlc. play pen $12. 376-4881. Closed Sundays
Ii I Metros & Keystone. SRD WE will appoint a sincere man or ed below mechanic net price. BABY SHOE 16' REGAL LANiER Cabin Cruiser of
&TiUmmruhImHmuImnmunmTIIrnT1T1mTmllh1InTh liliu IIIBIIII-- 21 turn at whit Presbyterian woman to use our sales aids In Phone 3764886. Metolizing Set. and trailer. Phone 25689. Pacemaker Mobile Homes IT'S FOOLISHto
church to Lake, follow sign V* establishing and servlc Ing a Coll FR 6-7952. 21ft. Inboard boat. Marine engine. Shasta and Alrstream
45 Furnished Apt.. 47 Houses for Rent Fun ml. J. M. Williams. number of sensational self-serv 20 Cu. Ft. Deluxe chest type freez Completely refinished fiberglass Travel Trailers pay more. RECKLESS to
er. Excellent SCHWINN :3 speed 24"
IcerOY Shop" Displays I II working condition. boys bike bottom. Like new. will trade car Ocala's First Mobil Home pay less. GET THE REAL
I 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath. immediate markets drug. variety stores. Reasnnable. Phone FR 2-0341 or $28 Clemson push mower $10. er smaller boat. Can be seen at Dealer Since 1948 FACTS. Payment as low as
II Kit.. FOR occupancy. Near Univ. and Fin- etc. You get expert Company 376-457. Toro 18" reel self propelled 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. $57.29 per month with $300 down.
GARAGE Apt. 1 Bit. LR. RENT. 3 BR.. 2 story fume ley school. Call FR 2-6554 or mower $26. Call FR 4-5933. Ralyn's Service Station in Cedar
advise and guidance. However Phone 429-1358
real nice. Water furn. $60 a mo. house. Kitchen furnished some FR 21525. AIR CONDITIONER. 14,000 BTU Key. Phone 2441. Priced for LAKE GENEVA
I 229 N.W 15th Ave. Call McKin- other furniture. See at 120 you must replace toys ea c h Kelvinator. New $260. Used only VARIOUS household Hems. Stove quick sale at $1,195. Ocala Fla. Mobil Homes Sales
rey Green Inc. FR 23617. N. W. 9th St Call FR 4-2893. AVAIL. April 25. near city park. week and collect money. 'hs. 150. 220 volt. Call bed. am. etec. appliances, chair FOR SALE Newberry Trailer Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla.I960 .
shopping schoolV 3 BR, study, REQUIRES ONLY FEW _3721958. '. tricycle. baby bed.. stroller, and 15' Crosby Fiberglass boat with Park. one mile north on 41, 4V
WANTED roommate male first t 2 BR house. F.... Rm., dining & LV. Rm. ON. Rm.. Kit. equip- HOURS EACH WEEK others. 372-9500. M Hp Evtnrud motor trailer.al acres. $500 down. monthly payments AMERICAN, W X 4tf. 1 BR.I
class aIr and share utilities. Call FR 2- 14 miles south on 441. CaM 466- t* get Into something you may avto. washer $125 also like KENMORE deluxe gas stove. buy at $1100. May be seen atGetor Hill. Call 3723155.
2436. 3418. 2 BEDROOM unfurnished house have always wanted a business new sewing machine $50. See good cond. $30 attic fan with Marine. TWO bedroom house trailer S900
located 925 N. W. 31st Ave. $40 of your own. One that can at253-T Flavet III or 376-8979. louvers 36" like new $45. Complete ,r TURNER Craft with top 35 one bedroom house trailer $750. WE BUY
ONE BEDROOM living Rm. Dinette 3 BR living im. dining rnv, $100 a mo. Call FR 2-8178 after 3:30 be handled In spare time and ALL CHANNEL T. V. TV antenna $18. Call FR h.p.. dec. start. long shaft Evbv Can be rented. Phone 3744234
& kit.. bath $50 per month per mo. 106 NW 10th St. Prefer or alt day Sun. stiR leave room for full time ex- Double stack complete. antenna NothIng 25089. rude Lark tilt trailer compass. Monday to Friday to 5. USED MOBILE HOMES

I Call FR 6-4400 or FR 6-3681. male students. McKlnney Green :3 BR. 2 bath. Ig. living room. pension else to buy. $>s- Brants. REMINGTON standard manual anchor running lights new battery GREAT LAKES. 1958 45x8. .1 I r- Tap dollar paid phone 376-6571.
I Inc. FR 23617. separata dining room Ig kit NOT A GET RICH ,513_ N.W. 8th- Avenue. typewriter with pica type. CuP- life preservers. fire ext.. conditioned mobile home good 52 MODEL SCHULTZ trailer. *-
.COLONIAL MANOR Apt. Sob- chen lots of cabinets Refrigerator QUICK SCHEME board & desk pad. excellent 2 6-gal. tanks. Good condition. cond. Call to see 3725227 after 40. one bedroom. Call FR .-
mm lease at SlOG a mo. for 2 2 BR. 732 NW 23rd Blvd. $95 per I F you have a desire to better SEEING IS BELIEVING .
& Stove patio utility rm cond. $ FR 2-7920 after S p.m. $705. FR 4-7445. 5:30 p.m.TRAILER -0798.
months. Apt. can b* had for mo. Call McKinney Green. Inc. plenty closets hardwood floors. yourself If sober. honest andreally rebuilt washing machines week days.REFRIGERATOR.
longer period at $105 a mo. ifr FR 23617. cent. heat Ig. lot, oak trees sincere, have eft-car & dishwashers refrigerators, air 16 MOHAWK. with top. two 35 for sale In Giynwood If x 27 All aluminum factory
desired. Apt. 28. 376-8072. fenced back In nice quiet $298 (minimum requlreoT, apply conditioners and for appliance Westinghouse HP Evinrudes Electric starter. trailer park. lot 19. 1 BR. with made cabana. Must be moved
NICELY furnished 2 bedroom yard.Close to School at once giving complete details repairs call Dan at FR 6-0267. 1950. good condition $85. Can FR Seminole trailer. $795. 1714 N.E. x U Cabana. price $1.200. Call by this week. Wttt accept first
UPPER Duplex 3 Rooms & bath. house. Utilities furnished. N.W. neighborhood. Avail about yourself. phone number. A-I HANDYMAN SHOP 6-7942 After 6 p.m. 6th, Terr. FR '"'427. reasonable otter. Call FR 2-0189.
and Rent $125.
U \ children or location. Phone FR 2-3019. grocery.
central location. no able now. Sea B. F. Christie Airman or wire: First In appliance repairs. -
S. W. 2nd PL
pets. Apply 234 2 BEDROOM 1 baTh Near University 1110 NE. 5th Place. TOY MERCHANDISING CORP. DOWIING-3 UPHOLSTERY
,t MODERN EFFICIENCIES Air and J. J. Flnley School. 34-18 58th Street Chairs low .
a* 5$ N*
t conditioned Phon A. E. Harp Phone FR 2-1517 Sundays. Weekdays 49 Rooms For Rent Woodslde 77, New York down, low as $5 per month.money

: FR 6-5576. 462-1119 1821 N. W. 6th Free estimates, pickup and de-
Ave. 61 Wanted to Buy "
livery serykeAll work
convenient guaran.teed.
downtown area. $75. Also garage ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom. I ROOMS for men. Weekly maid Phone 376-7786. VOLUME SPECIAL

apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults large Florida room. month er service .linens and refrigerator WANTED: water cooler. must be NOW you can enjoy cooking wltltglS.
only. n* pets. InquIre Lillian's year. Matnewsan Manor. Call furnished. 3721185 or 3721981 priced reasonable and In good J5ai range' used Installed SALE
475-2981. 416 NE 2nd Ave.
Music Store.FURNISHED working condition. Call 372-8441 with our LP gas. $65
I bedroom mobile AVAIL. May 1st. 3 BR. 1 bath SiNGLE or doubt room In large ext. 20, 8-5 weekdays. complete Propane Lp Gas,
.home. Located tot South City living rm. dining mw & kitchen. cool rooming house. 2 blocks WE BUY and sen alt kinds of furniture ;I sw Archer Road. Phone FR 4. 1964 IMPALA COUPE
Limit of Alachua. Phon FR Carport. screened porch. air conditioner : off campus. Kitchen living Rm. stoves. refrigerators. 5110.
central heat. swimming & maid service. Call FR 2-2726. 1 SIMMONS < .
6-1188. clothes. radios. TV etc. Cad 99 Mattress box springs _
pool privileges for sm. fee. Good NICE large room. private entrance FR 23937.BICYCLE and frame $65. Nylon 66 automatic $277725
CLEAN and neat near campus neighborhood! In NE s.c tI.n. ,
close-In. Ph. 3764261 or 22 rifle with 6-X
and shopping one bedroom prefer $125 per mo. Cart 372-7111 or 3728855.Large English racer with I $50. White 25 gallon gas hot scope water : i1
married tenants. Call any. FR 6-6201. hand brakes and gear shift. heater $35. Phone FR 26037.
time. room with privet bath Must ba In good condition. .
I Ertlph FOSSEY Realtor 1 aRe MuM suitable for cOUPle and entrance. and refrigerator.Near Phone 37}-:3898. ELECTRIC apt. size GE stove, In
11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 or one person only. $50 a month, Howard Johnson's Restau- good condition. $30. For further -, DELIVERED
"Selling Florida Sine 1906" on Hawthorne Rd. FR 2-4762. rant. Week .r month. FR 2-4867. 64 Household Goods Information! can 372-7395. ___________ -

I 1 BR turn. apt.. Ig. LR, kit.. prtv. ONE I0-roorn,2 bath house. 2 ROOMS for rant, private entrance CASEMENT WINDOW fan Robbins ___ IN
l ent. & bath V* block from campus screened porches 2. car garage maid service. J32JO singles $45 MAYTAG WHIRLPOOL & KEL. i Myers. 2speed Intake I .. .
avail now. couple prefer- Ig. parking lot. Located 805 for doUbles. Males only. 115 N.W. VINATORS. New autOMatic or haust. $40. 3 years old. FR ... GAINESVILLESee
red. FR 6-7441 or FR 64112 after NE 2nd St. For Information callJ. 10th St. FR 2-9222. washers from $1: .99. 2-1840. .._ _
T. Howie 372-1098.
6. New Refrigerators from $158.88. GAS rang for sale. ., _
ATTRACTIVE room. with private Apartment the man in the Derby"Includ"
SPACIOUS. newlY decorated downstairs OUTSIDE newly painted, 2 BR, entrance. In quiet modern home. New Freezers from $13995. size. fw'IX new condition.' 4210 _
front apt., all utilities. CCB a-e home. $95 per month. Kitchen privileges. Ideal for U ofF New Icemaker refrlg. from $279.95. N.W. St.REFRIGERATOR..
pest controlled. Call FR 6-7807,313 student. FR 27883.
U CU. Ft. COId-
NE 1st Ave.FURNISHED \j FOR RENT furnished newty dec. PRIVATE room with private bath 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR spot. Thermo-utomattc frost all standard Impala Equipment ,,
apartment water In- orated 4 room house with large & entrance. Avail. May 1st. If 43434.TAG free. A.1 condmon. Make tter-
cluded. $35 month.* 1322 $. W. screened porch. 10 acres of land Interested call FR 2-3976. FR 2-8010. I UNIVERSITYCHEVROLET a
with lake. Low rent tor responsible APPLIANCESTested ,
16th Avenue. family. Avail. May 25 to A NICELY furnished room convenient i LIKE NEW deluxe model gas
and Guaranteed
Sept. 25. Kuleza St. Rt. 21, 3 to town & Univ. Phone I 42 from $39 range .with Griddle. Plus other
Refrigerators vp
miles So. Melrose. FR 6-5981. t SW 10th St. extras. Can 376-5005.
46 Unfurnished Apta.at Ranges from $39 up .
ONE 3 BR. house furnished. $60 Room Men doubt or single. 17 Washers from $19 UP CLEAN your rugs upholstery
per mo. Water Included. Call 485- Separate from main house. S Dryers from $49 up with amazing Lustra Foam. Use
2 BEDROOM large living room. 2362 Brooker. Fla. 2636U N.W. 2nd Avenue. Phone 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up our applicator free. Call Horne 'GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST VOLUME DEALER"

ferred.kitchen No equipped.children Couple or pets pre- AVAILABLE for the summer. 1 FR ment.67986Shawn by appoint- 1 2* TV Dishwashers Sets from from $49$35 upJIM up Main Beautiful St. Fur tture 1703 N.. OPEN 8 A.M. 'TIL 9 N. MAIN *r 16th AVE. PH. FR 6-7531

Phone FR 2-4857. small bedroom house completely I VOYLES APPLIANCE CO.
I "furnished also water furnished St. Men Women USED automatic was her. Good
102 NW 13th 419 NW IRs AVC.PIU 3725303
I TWO bedroom duplex, kitchen extra clean $50 a mo. rooms and apt*. near campus condition. $50. Phone 495-2358. I
equipped. $15 per month. Couple only no pats. Call FR day. week month. FR 6-2937 or USED APPLIANCES bought_ a Kenmore. .
I I;:
See at 4166 NW tth St. 4-4820. FR .,082. RANGES FROM $39.95.

I( : 2 ment.Bedroom 1018 S.W..lt"unfurnished Ave.. $75 apart Mo. NICE Businessman Owlet bedroom or nice sober for rent.stu TV Refrigerators SERVICE' from from WE $49.95.3995.SELLTHB
;t 1 FR 6-2641 or FR 6-2930 Mr. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. dent. $35 per mo. 414 NE 2nd VARIETY STORE

Haynes. St. FR 47212. J S.E. 1st Avenu
- : NEW 1 BR duplex apt.. kitchen FOR RENT unfurnished BR NICE downstairs rooms close FR 6-3484. flHUNDREDS OF $ S $ DURING

equipped. $60 per month on ayears hOUse. $60 per mo. unfurnished In, private entrance Off-street PIECE Dining room Suite odd
lease. Ph. 376-8372 days. 2 BR duplex apt $60 par mo. parking. 531 SE 2nd PU Ph. FR pieces of BR. & living Rm. fur.
376-7327 evenings. Call FR 6-7466. 2-2582. nttur Mrs. W. F. Shephard.

Available within two weeks. threeor ROOMS available with private or 3042 N. W. 14th Terrace.

four bedrooms. two baths. Mmt-prtvata bath In nearest off 36" TAPPAN gas range. Like new.
; : NICE $12500 per month unfurnished campus housing to the center 0( broiler has never been used. Call
near schools. lease required. Call University. FR 6-3012. FR 23506. SHAW
Klrkpatrick Agency FR 24404 vKEETER's
SEPARATE GARAGE 31 N. Main St. BLOCKS from University. %
3-Bedroom Home for lease. Le Large alr-condltloned apartmentfor 65 Antiques
3BR horn for rent. $100 per 2 also smaller room for 1.
... hood.cated In Kitchen nice _quiet equipped neighbor-with month. Must lease for 6 mos. Call ;FR 2-0809.) 105 N. W. 7th IF YOU haven't looked In on ovr TOWN"

Frlgldalre refrigerator. stove 3263.1117 NE 31st Av*. Phone 372- Ter. CORNERS little folksy pleas shop at DO.MELROSE Didn'tknow FURl ?

and flat top hot water heater. LARGE cool. divided room 12 x
Tiled kitchen. tiled baths and UNFURNISHED 3 BR house. Stove 22 private entrance & shower. Items we until had we so took many stock good lastweek ,
shower. Floor furnace with & refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. Quiet residential area. Ideal BEGIN
thermostat. Window air condl- Ave. Phone FR 4-5709 after 5:30 for couple or 2 students. Utilities !to Mercy enumerate.we couldn't Have to part'
.' tioned. Beautiful screened In P oM.. for appt. & linens Included. Phone 23191or
with our Colt 45. percussion revolver -
porch. Nice floors. Home completely FOR RENT 5 room house In San 2-8903._ i860 model our 58 model '
equipped with Venetian ta Fe Fla. Call 462-1923 or 442- ALARGE. new. furnished room Plymouth 2 passenger wagon DEMONSTRATOR SALE!
blinds. This home Is Ideal for 1170. Earl Hill. with private bath & entrance. and our 3 BR 2 bath lake
smaU families or retired couple. also private drive prefer mid home. Irs a hard pine Cap
More Interested In good ne ;.\ 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath attached dle-ago business lady. Call Codder on 2-3 acre lot. OBJECT
bars and tenants than amount garage. Air conditioner. Kitchen -MONEY for business. Don't
I I or rent. Call owner after 4. appliances optional. $100 372-6948. forget our slogan "WeT swop- OVER 250 NEW & USED CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
FR 4-5444., mo. 720 NW 20th Ave. FR 2- PRIVATE bath entrance. and pers from way beck" We need
I 163LF parking. Nicely furnished. New vacant land and a smaller car.
-- L refrigerator. 1511 N. E. 7th St. Call tie at horn collect Ph. 473- .,
:>: RGE. clean room elos In. 4532 EVENINGS or see vent "ALL ROADS LEAD TO FORDTOWN"i' -
Dally maid service. Reasonable. THE MARTIN'S PLACE. Hwy.
Phone FR 6-1423. 622 N. E. 2nd 36 Melrose. "At the sign of the

St. __pot-bme stove"
I tVfekfa
NICE quiet room. telephone and '
66 Mise .For
carport or kitchen privileges. $10 j i
FR 6-196U
USED white crib and chest set. I '
GIRL with 2 yr. old. wants roommate $15. Crib needs repair. In good I I rpipuMthtlSCctiy
HOMES INC. tor 3 BR. 2 beth house. I condition. Call FR 22418. u"" nmamaP 1-t&
Call 376-9702. after I pjn. and -
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3079.____ GA1NESVI! .
CONDITIONED clean quiet. .
room to new horn kitchen
privileges. Phone. Lines. .372"", Mramew

or FR U064.FURNISHED ._ I. I
room with private
entrance and private ixrm. ceo-
tral heat teJephon and garage.

LAST WEEK-END'S NICe.Call comfortabl FR 6-5112. quiet C e om an .Lt. : .

prtvat home. Available now. :
See at 202 NW 12tn Terr. FR .

safe was a tremendous ROOM 6-536 FOR or 6-2100.RENT thru summer. COMETSales

convenient to campus use of 141IS.T1HMnTCP
Reasonable rent. ,q1'LWJrmrzmtl
success. swimming pool. -" .
Ph. FR 6-8714. S
PRIVATE ROOM with bath 1 Blk. Up
WE STILL HAVE a from campoa $35 C month. 1104

S.W. 3rd Ave. FR 8-0989. -. ____

good ,selection of 2 and 3 I BEDROOM chenett Free parking.AND private STUDY 3 blocks entrance-with norm titI :-. 131%! .1964 BRAND FALCON NEW O Brakes Self Adjusting .

bedroom mobile homes I 2071.Baptist Student Center._FR t-. 6COO-miIe Oil

MALE student, single or doubble. Changee
with new models arriving private entrance. 1406N. Save Money Now

W. Stll AvFR 6-CT61. these Trade-ins!
on > 36,000-mile

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I every 'day.STOP 51-A Wanted To Rent 62 Comet. 4-dr. $1495 Lubrication

IN look them WANTED unfurnished limits. Call house between out- Oil Filter
side of city :
1:01 AJM. and 4:00 P.M. FR 61 Comet. 4-dr. $1195 Air Cleaner

over. Pick one and makeus WANTED 6-2877. Bke. clean efficIencY

apartment. Must be willing to 62 C.met. 4-dr. $1495
offer. accept smell dog. Write Box 404-
an A. GalnesviB Sun.

61 Comet. 4dr. $1195 S1f$1739

52 Boarders Want* !

I ROOM and beard for filrtt. Private 61 Comet. wagon $1295
with our customers on bath use of washing ma
chine. 625 N.E. 1st Street. Phone

FR 6-6083. 61 Comst. 2-dr. $1095

their terms. ROOMS for rent with meals I SEE THE UNEXPECTED FROM FORD"MUSTANG.

working men or students. 1

SPECIAL ORDER __block rooms. from f*.iot e FR campus.M9S6.. Corr 60 Centet.dr.. $1045 .1. L NOW ON DISPLAY AT OUR SHOWROOM

7 tiiobile homes can be had 54 Easiness Reitab 61 Fate.. 4-dr. .......?.. 99S62'Fak ,

t in less than 4 weeks. GARAGE 2nd St. Call spece Jon tor rent.Merrill. 613 Real S.W. **. 2-dr. ..... .. SU95 i "Satisfied Customers-Our Most Important Asset"

tor. FR 2-1494. I

NEARLY location AIR at new CONDITIONED 3733 modern West Univ.office Av or*. faIcee.4.dr.,_ ___ 1m MOTOR

I L OPEN SUNDAY I P... FR 4-2472 Wesemaa Re*By. MaY Mar *f al makes. wtfCrane KEETER

SMALL 1113N.MminSt Warehouse for rent. Cad .ed .. to cIIMIa ..... SHAW and COMPANYOPEN

Dan Byrd. 372-2S1U _
4820 NW 13th St. Gainesville FlaI !
OFFICE SPACEfor rent. 626 N.

I Phone 372-5113 Main. St.3721823.Phone 376-1480 If owaeeer I TIL 9 p.m. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY

3ix48 CCB warehouse with restroom Lincoln Mercury UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHONE FR 6-5371
I: Walter Johnson Sales Manager c lv.- door. parking 516 S. M... St. 1 238 WEST

cellent location. 523 W. Univ. FR 6-2425
Av*. to rar. S7S per ratita.Fib I
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'77 Mobil. Homes for Sale 85 Automobiles, for SaU, I Cleanest Cars I

\ COMPLETELY Aim. 34 x r Tra- BRING out the best In your car.
vellte trailer with 20 x r lalou- Superior Auto painting & body i
sled cabana. Mrs. Charles W. wort Fast dependable service; Yes! It's True! I CountrySPECIAL
Adams. 3224. NW 13th St. FR free pickup delivery, WRIGHT'S PRECEDING PAGE!
g b/66l BODY WORKS. 2031 NW 6th St.

, 1 or 2 Bedroom trailer could be FR 4-7707.

moved on your lot. Can 376-1144. ItSI Volkswagen ............ $745 NO FLIM-FLAM i
10 x SO Cona, nice and take up 1954 Ford Wagon ........... $245 60 VOLKSWAGEN
payments. Call FR 2-4054. Farmall Cub ........._...... $345 Convertible. A-1 throughout. -
502 S. Main St. I
7S TRUCKS FOR SALE 62. T-BIRD Can you tell which year VW is which? $945

I FOR SALE 153 Pore Pickup truck 2-tone power blue Including with blue windows Interior, seat full New 1964 CMC Pickups Bet your neighbors can't either.It's 56 OLDSMOBILE
with Service Body,and side brakes & steering large radio I
compartmentsS350Clayton & heater factory air conditioning Holiday 4-door. hardtop,
Steam Jenny. Model almost new set of white I ; heater
e hard tell used VW from automatic radio
LHRM '' '' ..' $250R wall tires, back seat speaker. pretty to a a
& W Service; & Hdw. Co. This Is a one owner car and $175 DOWN1At11 I new one. Particularly when its been reconditioned I white walls. 2-tone paint.
Robert Rowland. Owner has 27,000 actual miles. Not aj I Clean.
l 15 .GMC V* ton pickup. Long scratch on tt and Irs lust like1< Enolish Ford J washed, polished and put in frist-class
new. $2,950. Phone 372- $545
. wheel base. Good motor. Good
rubber. Excellent farm truck.,i S441 ext. 26 or 374-2111 after $ :. running order, as we do.
.. .... 5:30 p.m. i I
i. $500. Paul H. Sutton. 2023.H.W.. j 1 59 PLYMOUTH
J. 33rd Ave. 372-776. '63 OLDS JETFIRE. R&H factory Per Month Come in and pick out the one you want. I 2 door V-8,
Savoy. -
air 4 a
FOR SALE t,4, Ford V* ton pickup speed transmission Turbo We'll tell its But don't hove to
truck. has removable sideboards charged engine etc. New you age. you straight stick. Real good
new transmission & good cond. John Plerson FR 63790. tell a soul. I It'll be our'secret. I condition.
if motor. See owner at 2306 NE EXTRA clean 1954 Ford V-t. Ford- Including: License tag, state sales tax, life I,i .

!, 14th p-m. St.Price. between$175. 3, p.m. and 6 $295.O-matlc FR, 4 4-4383.Dr.. mechanical A-l. insurance, and finance charges. Including fresh-a.ir-heater. After $195 dn. 62 VW Sedan pearl white $595

161 CHEVY half ton pick-up SURPLUS cars from Owner. New I Limited Time Only! with red interior. Beautifully 59 CHEVROLET
1* trudc. Perfect condition. tires Saab. G. T. 150. 1 fire engine. maintained with VW Service I
:. flood. Phone FR 2-240 after 6:00 complete. 1 new King Mldgett. Tropical Pontiac .. .._ . $1395 Impala. 4-door hardtop
pm. Phone 475-5811. I CRANE'MOTOR 61 VW Sedan, Ruby red. red and white red in

.: FOR SALE 1960 Flat good condi Blaupunkt radio. Excellent con- I terior. Radio, heater power
SO & Truck Rentals
lrt Tractors tion $400. 1947 Chevy. Excellent CMC Truck Center 516 S. Main St. FR 6-2425 dition and tires. New point. steering, power brakes.

t at condition.930 N.$100.E. 12th or best Ave.offer.or call See 302 NW 8th Are. FR 2.2583 ._.. . ... $1195 Power glyde white walls.
RENT 'a truck one-way anywhere FR 2-2924. 59 VW Sedan, Immaculate Like new.

: I 'In the USA. from United Rent- i condition . ... .
Alls.I 425 NW Sth Ave. FR 6'I' NO DOWN PAYMENT. EXCEL. : $995 $1195
LENT CONDITION ... 57 VW Sedan. Coral red. Radio
FARM TRACTOR. Allis Chalmers .. ._ _. .
FORD -" '--."'-- 'h "-'- H -- C" -
'I' 1-row. with some equipment. OLDS M V1955.. 2 UM Dr., HT.per 1956.Wk. .: a, .' _0_._ .. .. ""' --'.- -' & new paint. . $695 55 FORD
condition. --- -- I Station 3-ful!
good working Can $7.00 Wk. 61 VW wagon.
I be seen at NW Sth Ave. and per V4 ton pick up. New tog
MERCURY ,. 4 Dr., HT, 1957. seats. Excellent condition
White First St.Electric.Across street from $8.01 per Wk. . .. . .,. ... $1395 new tires.
FORD V-l$8.00" .per. Club Wk. Sed. 1956. VOLUME 61 VW Pickup .... .. $995 $245

I 83 Motorcycles & Scooters MERCURY 4 Dr.. HT. 1954. 500" I
$ .OO' per Wk. I. SPECIAL f
162 CUSHMAN Eagle good con FORD. "4 Cyl. wagon, -1957 SALE MillerBrownMotors I Raulerson
dition. 1 new tire, cost $400 $501 per Wk.
new. $225 now. Discount for PLYMOUTH V-S 4 Dr.. 1957 I i
1 cash. FR 6-M58 $5.00 per Wk. 1964 CHEVELLE SEDAN Motors
ALSO 1960 Falcon Wagon $745. ,
84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS Ave.H & H 372-3749.MOTORS, 1636 S.E. 3rd $232525 I 1611; HAWTHORNEROAD'

; Your cars pep & power show fiberglass body also 1959 Hill- 1030 E. Univ. Ave. a 372-5285
Home of A-l Used Cars
: t up with a tune-up at BROWN'S man Minx. Call FR 60863.
SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed WILL take a '60 or '61 Corvalr. FR 2-3582 CARSTRUCKSJEEPSSHAW
recapping & wheel alignment clean for my equity In a '43 DELIVERED I
5o9 N. Main. FR -4310. Corvalr convertible white with
t AIR black top. Bucket seats black !yam IN
f Special $2.59 for and White .Interior. Phone FR ,
performancetest. uu .
: t All makes and models 6-0033. GAINESVILLE"See T11=
," Hawes Powers Motor Co. Air 1944 RENAULT. 2.000 miles.$1195. : .
Conditioning Servicing Center. 1961 Corvalr coupe, auto trans. $995 the man in the Derby P
304 N. Main .St., Phone FR 2- 1960 VouxhalL $350
I J56T. 1960 Flat 400,'$295
i Phone 372-3407 or FR 2-0245. Full foam cushion seats all vinyl door trim & .head iIning.'Alternator,
85 AUTOMOBILES cigar lighter color keyed interiors front & rear arm rest full length
F for SALE 60 VW Karman Ghia In very good side ;
I J condition, low mileage loaded.
I BUICK Its, economical tranlpor.j Hlllcrest Trailer Court, 3009 $EHawthorne moldings.UNIVERSITY and
6 tatlon. M e c h a nlcally perfect. Rd, Lot 5. i &

f quire Must sacrifice mornings,for FR best 4-0132.offer. In- 1957 Volkswagen recently over. ____________
; hauled. Good condition. Call 372-
CADILLAC SEDAN 157 DeVllle. 2881 or 3744415. CHEVROLET
Loaded with everything. $550. 1804
1955 RAMBLER Mechanically o- F
N.W. 38th Terrace. Phone 372-0481. kay. Good tires. $225. Also "GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST VOLUME DEALER" _
CHEVY 15 4 Dr. standard transmission camping trailer. Phone FR 6- OPEN 8 A.M. 'TIL 9 N. MAIN & 16th AVE. PH. FR 6-7581 KEETER
II 4 cyL radio w-w 2 7705. 't
tone blue. Best offer. Call FR 1963 CHEVY Belair 4 Door air-
I 6->3: .
condition. power brakes & steer.
CORVAIR. 161 clean & economical Ing automatic transmission radio
) radio heater & white sidewall & heater 12.000 actual miles.
*. $700. CHI FR 2-7843 be Will take trade. Call FR 4-4009. 62 FORD $1695Galaxle
tween 4:30 i:30 P.M. . .
1961 FALCON 2 door standard Sun Want Ads
CORVAIR Moraa. '63 equippedwith shift radio & heater 40.000 actual HAWES-POWERS MOTOR CO.ENDOFMONTH. .
radio heater white sidewall miles. Will take trade. FR 2-dr. equipped with V-5 engine. power steering radio
tires. 8,000 actual miles. 4-4009. heater air conditioning and CruIse-O-Matic transmission. A very
attractive yellow finish. See this one now!
Assume ,
payments small equi 42 BUICK LeSabre. 2 DR. HT. Get ResultsFOR
ty. Will consider older car for P-S. P-B. factory air-cond. all
equity. Call owner at 372-8441 new tires. low mileage best buy
ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays.
In town. can be seen at O'Neal
DODGE LANCER 1961 mod-770 4 trailer park lot D. 17 or call I 62 PLYMOUTH. $1295
Dr. a-stick new tires. 39,000 ml. after Monday morning FR 2- THE CORRECT .
S8f J. Mr. Baldwin- 376-4404. 5892.
FORD station wagon, 1957 WWS.auto. TIME Station Wagon a pretty light blue car equipped with V-t
trans. Thunderblrd en heater automatic transmission, and power steering. Sharp .
gine.372-eS4 Excellent. condition. Ph. 87 Automobiles Wanter FR 2.1411 } i ili

HILLMAN Minx. 157. RfcH. good Wanted, 1950 thru 1954 Fords Courtesy Of + Ak
IJ, tires 1 ., $258. Call FR 4- 775 after and Chevrolet 914 S.E. 4th University ChevroletN. 61 BUICK . $1995 /
p m. St. AI Herndon Service Station.
Main St. at 16th Ave. 0
PONTIAC 63. air conditioned. R 4:1
& H. power steering & brakes. .,, 4dr. hardtop. Fully equipped Including radio heater, power f.
S2700. Call FR 2-5457. DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS steering brakes. power windows, automatic transmission. PLUS $j.
PONTIAC CHIEFTAN. 158 4 dr.. IF You Don't Like These Low, Low Prices factory air conditioning. An attractive blue ,finish. Reducedl 'r.
good. $695 cash. Phone FR 6- BESTCARS :;

RAMBLER. Classic 1963. White. 2- 61 FORD ,
door power steering radio. 119 SE First Are $1295 I I
heater. Excellent eond. Can berefinanced.
372-4343 $.
_VW. 157. fair FR condition 2-5992-, sun roof 64 Chev $2995 64 FORD, 4-dr. Gal., 500, R&H, PS, Auto., A/C, ....$3295 4-dr.engine.sedan.radio Full heater factory power equipment steering. Including Ford-O-Matic V-I t I
radio end .heater, K
M-3414 p.m.VW. mornings or after call 7:00 GAINESVILLE Impala,. radio automatic& heater.transmission Only 64 FORD, 4-dr. Gal, 500, PS, R&H, Auto., V-8, ......$2895 1 anywhere.transmission and AIR CONDITIONING. No better price .-

I radio. '*3 heater Micro-Bus curtains deluxe,.low model.mileage AUTO SALES S295 64 down.Ford NEW CARl$3395 64 CHEV, 2-dr.: super sports, PS, PB, R&H,:Auto, V8 $3295' 1 4'i i

seat.. Price very 92,115.clean.Melton Split Motors front, 1007 Phone N.FR Main 2.6313 St. Fastback 4-ln-the-floor, 427 63 CHEV, 4-dr. Impala, PS, Auto., R&H, V-8; clean $2595 60 FORD $10'95 '
703 N. Main St., FR 6-7571.. engine. NEW f'

1960 4-door, V-4. S a v o y Plymouth. Northcentral Florida'sLargest : 63 Corvette $3995Drives 63 VALIANT, 2-dr. standard transmission, R&H ....$1445 A Falrlane, 500. 4-dr. CruIse-O-Matlc transmission, I
neater, stick shift. $900. See at heater, ,
nice a real 'clean power steering and FACTORY AIR.
1104 144.N.E. tth Ave. or call FR 2- Independent DealerRAMBLER car. 62 VALIANT,4-dr. stan. trans., H, 16,000 miles .$1295 4 A sharp grey and white finish. Immaculate! I if

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52 Tempest $1795 62 CHEV, 2-dr. H-top, Impala, PS, R&H, Auto.,.V-8 $2295

Convertible for comfortable. 61 PLYMOUTH 4-dr. PS PB R&H Auto. $1395
cool driving. wagon, ,

TRADEINS 62 Pont 4c $2900Grand 60 PLYMOUTH,2-dr. H-top, Auto., R&H, V-8 ....-. .$ 745 .w ..
Prix, fully equippedand

ready to go. 60 CHEV,4-dr. Impala, Auto., Radio, Heater, '6' ....$1295
60 T-Bird $1895 I .
Loaded. Includes air conditioning. 60 METRO, 2-dr. H-top, a real sharp car. See save $ 645 ; SAV.EUPTO

Test The Best Closed Sunday 59 PLYMOUTH, 2dr. Fury, PS, Auto., V-S; R&H ,$845

I Your Lot Open Inspection For I 59 'IMPERIAL, 4-dr. Crown, PS, PB, R&H A/.C, $1045 V s300H

64 Rambler 660 Station Wagon attractive 60 59 PONTIAC, 4-dr. Star Chief, PS PB. R&H, ACA 895. .

excellent condition '". . . $2995 Cher $1500 I
A really clean car. 59 PONTIAC, 4-dr. Cat., wag., PS, PB, Auto:, A/C $945 I ,
63 Ford Fairlane 500. 4-dr., automatic transmission 61 Chev $1695

radio and heater . . $1995 Impala. 4-dr. Sedan, air con SPECIAL! 60 RAMBLER . . $945
ditioned. SPECIAL
62 Rambler Ambassador bucket seats automatic '4-dr. Equipped with radio and heater. Standard transmission.. A sharp. polar white finish.
63 Tempest $2195Less This car has comfort and economy '
air conditioned solex
transmission than 3.000 actual miles. 63 VW

glass nice . . . . $2195 heater.air conditioned, radio and I Convertible, ,clean ,and 60 VALIANT.$945

62 Ford Galaxy automatic transmission radio 62 Chev $2275Red ready to go Kombl Bus.7,000 Miles this Station one Wagon.! This sharp. car Is finished In a bright red. Save yourself some money on

& heater. clean . . . . $1695 convertible, clean and $895 $1595MECHANIC'S .

62 Rambler 400 6 cyl automatic 'transmission sharp. 59 CHEVROLET . :. . $695 t

radio ai rcond. bucket seats .$1895 62 Rambler, $1400Classic This futon white and red beauty Is equipped with Powergllde transmission, radio and heater.
4-dr. sedan reclining This weekend only :
seats for comfort a Me' SPECIAL ---
automatic transmission
62 Rambler 4-door
driving standard transmis j
radio heater clean ... . . . $1495 sign e-cyL 58 HILLMAN .......... $99 58 OLDSMOBILE$59
62 Starfire $2800Loaded Station Wagon. Fully equipped Including e:steering' radio, heater: automatic trans
American radio
61 Rambler 4-door mission, AIR CONDITIONING. A beautiful tan and brown finish See 1 Save Todayl
clean . . . . .. $995 factory air conditionIng. SECOND CARS ,- .. l

61 Rambler 6-cyl. 4-door, air condition.auto- 62 Ford $1295LWB j
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matic trons.. radio a real buy . $1195 pickup truck perfect j

$795 condition. 55 CHEV 2-dr., runs real good for only . . . ... $195 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
of WW tires
60 Falcon 2door. new set
ARDENSTREIT 57 FORD 4-dr. wagon automatic radio heater . .'. .'. $295 "C'M B "lS ON-THE-SPOT
i 60 Chevrolet 9 passenger station wagon auto- .c.il 6
matic transmission power steering and 56 OLDSMOBILE, 4-dr., automatic, radio, heater : ... $175 i ON ALL USED f

brakes .. .... . . . $1295 G CARS!
Howes-Powers Motor Co.'ChryslerI

59 Mercury :. . . . $845 & 16th StreetFR I mperlal.Valiant.PlymouthSimco"We 12-MONTH

$$395 2.0486 Will Not Be Undersold or Out-Traded" s SERVICE LAN I
59 Buick Sta. Wagon v . .J. 80 Cars v

56 Cadillac . . . . $225 To Choose From 1! 312 N. Main St. FR 6-3400 d e Rg 4 LOW DOWN 1
60 Chevrolet Sta. Wagon . . $895
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59 Ford 9 passenger Station Wagon air con, I .
dition automatic transmission radio I 57 . . . $345

heater . . . . . . $895 r'500'IVoWMESpECIAL.l 4-dr.A real Equipped good second with V-I or first engine.car.Custom Tutone 300 blue.body style Heater and Ford-O-Matlc transmlaslon. 11
auto59 I I \
Plymouth 9 passenger Sta. Wagon 55 CHEVROLET

matic transmission radio heater power . .a. $2454dr.

steering power brakes . . . $795 I ytlnder engine radio. heater Powergllde transmission. Light green finish. Pretty 1

I 1964 MONZA COUPE 55 MERCURY . . $195 t

NO DOWN PAYMENT! $236050DELIVEREI I 71 Wi 2-dr dollars Equipped on this one.with radio heater A real sharp light blue finish. Save yourself hundreds of 1 I)i

months before YOUR first payment is due (July I $995 Pi
2Vi 60 T BIRD
2, 1964)) TXtse car are completely reconditioned. Some -t ) . . . f

have new paint Jobs. Some have brand new tires. Everyone Hardtop. Fully equipped Including Crulse-O-Matlc transmission radio heater power steering ,
I'' IN I power brakes, air conditioning, 5 brand new tires. Needs some repair and
of them is ready to
do tt at this prtcelSHAW&KEET

57 Ford. 4-dr. $34 Mon. 53 Cher. 2-dr. $12 Mon.. GAINESVILLE. I j ii i

57 Ply. 2-dr. $31 Mon. 58 Rambler $32 Mon. "See the Man in the Derby" R'j
Includes Bucket seats an vinyl' upholstery, an carpeted floors, direct !
57 Stud. W... $24 Mo. 58 Chev. 4-dr. $15 Mon air heater, backup lights, seat belts 3 speed floor shift, body sill

57 ford Wag. $24 Mo*. 55 Metro ... $24 Moa. moldings, large hub caps I lacquer finish electric wipers, clear lighter.

55 a.,. 2-dr. $31 Mon i 1
UNIVERSITY 'Your Ford Dealer Since 1924'
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oyr et-Priced Arperican-Built car. TOO LONG! GAINESVILLE
'LV'i Delivered at Ridgway Motor Co. for ,Our New Car showroom and service buildings are rapidly being completed. We are reducing I
our used car inventory and are making outstanding deals especially on those i h = 1r
only cars that have been in stock too long. fLA1SNO
I Go to Church on Sunday.. See our Representative on Monday I ,

lye 1763 62 CADILLAC No. C3A. Six window 62 PONTIAC No. 038A Bonneville I W I II I; 1 IndependentDealer

Hardtop Sedan. Factory Air conditioner, Hardtop sedan. Radio heater auto- I
power window, & seat. Low mileage. matic transmission power steering & I
; PLUS TAX.TAG&TITLE White over fontana rose 4 new tires & brakes electric windows & seat.. Solid ,
good spare. Clean, in excellent condi- vinyl upholstery. Factory Air. ANDSAVE SAVE UP TO 50%

Top Trade-in Allowance tion. Reduced to . . . $3495 Reduced $200 . . . $2495 4

:'/ 62 OLDSMOBILE 98 Hardtop' sedan TRADED IN Impala sedan beautiful 7 DAYS
Your New Rambler is No. 05A. Factory air condition. Full white & turquoise. Seat belts clear -
electric windows & seat. White AT
power Less than
14,000 -
plastic seat covers.
Waiting for You at: over light green. One of our most popular miles.. In factory warranty. 140 hp, 6 59 FORD
models. This is a real beauty. List cyl.! motor, h. transmission Galoxie 4 door, H.T., AC., AT., PS., radio, heeater

: new about $ 200. Reduced $200 $2595 . . . . . $219 5 BARKLEYMOTORS "Real Sharp".
Ridgway Molors WAS $1295 ,SAVE $300 .
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58 LINCOLN No. 0175A, Capri Hard- 60 BUICK No. P67A Invicta Hardtop I
1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 top Coupe. White & pink, full power. sedan. Midnight Blue, in excellent con-
This is a very roomy car with lots of dition. Traded in by retired gentlemanpower I
and comfort. It is in top condi- from Keystone Heights. This car is very f FALCON. -
tion. Speedometer indicates less than smooth very clean. Does not have power Ranchero. pick up. :CleanWAS .
44,000 miles. For the person wanting steering and this is probably why it $1195 SAVE $200Now
a big comfortable car. Reduced to $745 hasn't sold. However, it handles very 63 RAMBLER i

4 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ easy. Reduced $200 . . $1195Want conditioned Classic: See'550'

compact $2095
Station wagon,-6,passenger V-8 AT. radio & heater
"f SPRING f I Ii 60( CORVAIR No. 095B, sedan with folding rear seat, radio, heater and 4 doors. ;

standard shift i ...................................................................................... $695 63 FORDCustom [ WAS $2695 SAVE $300
i tit SUCCESS SALE! '3W 2-dr sedan. Equipped Now 2395
with 4-cy Under engine

I I VALUE- B& G MOTOR YEAR.RATED heater.standard Sharp transmission polar white and fin
SAVE SAVE -.SAVE CO.'I ish. Reduced to$1795-,

.f $ On a select group $ Cadillac Oldsmobile Dealer I G. W. I Coupe. AC.. PS PB. radio and heater. Loaded.
of late model Used cars! WAS $4995 SAVE $300 --

63 PONTIAC ....... $2995 Used, Cars NEW CARS: 115 SE 2nd St. . FR 6-7515 Warranty 62 F-85. Attractive OLDSMOBILE custom trim.A Now $4695 :
Catallna hardtop coupe. Automatic radio heater, USED CARS: 2001 NW 13th St. . FR 6-7515 good buy at only:
power steering brakes and seats. Double dean. I
l-cwner, low mileage. $1795

$ 63 CHEVROLET ..... ... $23954dr. $ I 57 WILLYSStation :::'.

Sedan. automatic, V-eV power steering rad'o Wagon radio and heater. "__
heater clean 1-owner, low mileage. -
WAS $595 SAVE $200
62 CHEVROLET ....... $1895Impala. 4-dr sedan. Equipped with standard -.:
hardtop coupe, automatic radio heater transmission. Finished. and In i air sham conditkning. Now $395
$ power steering 1-owner, low mileage. 500 CAR 500 polar white.

Special of the Weekend $ $1595 .

Falrlane, 500, 4 door. sedan, V-8, radio, MOST DEALERS PAY -
heater. This car is Just like new. Firs
I offer over $1250 takes it! 59 RENAULT .
Dauphlne. Brand new tires. A MORE THAN WHAT
.b FORD $1495 puff
$.. $
Station wagon. automatic t engine radio heater $695
power. steering Vowner, low power mileage.brakes factory air conditioned. WE SELL THEM FOR! :

52 PONTIAC $1395
Tempest 4-dr. sedan automatic, radio, heater 1- 3 56 FORD4dr '
owner low mllelge.d' Falrlane 500. Automatic 59 CADILLAC I

: $ 59. FORD .-,..-.....:.. .$895UdrI .$ new brakes transmission.tires.radio and power heater.steering Brand | 4 dr. HT. Fleetwood AC, PS. Pff. P. SeatS P.''Win I i
.... : sedan.-automatic, V4 engine factory Jar con dows AT.
ditioned.: $695 WAS .$2195 SAVE $400 ..
Open till 9 Weekdays I Now $1795

::: Open till 6 Saturday 63 CHEVROLET2dr
"* .
$ Open 1-6. Sunday We intend to sell 500 cars and trucks in our April-May Chevrolet Sales Impala with power Sports steering coupe.,Equipped radio
: For your convtiiUM* (This Sunday Only and heater. There art 3 60 FORD :
Fair 84 10. and to choose from. Come early J Ranch radio and heater, clean. I
: TROPICAL or, every days during April May.USED and get your choice. Wagon. AT
i $2695 WAS $1195 SAVE $200 :


GMC Truck Center $ .;. UP TO 25% 58 FIAT ..

':302 NW Sth Are. FR .2-2583 car.Spyder Roadster. A nil nice 64 FORD :

.$795 Goloxie 500 Fast Back AT, PS, Radio and heater

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Men Derby See In The Hats The 4-e Sharp_62 white CORVETTE transmission.with black inter-1-top. | WAS $3595 Now $2995 SAVE $600 ::-.

ior. This Is the. cleanest In

53 CHEVY' Large Stock of One $3095 i Bel-Air 2 door, "6", Std, trans., radio heater. :
2-DR. HARDTOP Owner Trade-Ins. | WAS $1795 SAVE $200 :
f "Like NewSpecials" JTO. R&H NICE
SECOND CAR Quick & Easy Financing 63 FIAT Now $1595 :

Trades In Town 1100'4-dr sedan. Equipped with .
$12695 Highest radio end heater
Used $1395 60 FORD :

Gofoxlt4dr.' HT, AT. AC,.radio and heater. :
I WAS $1395 I SAVE $300 :

4-dr 62 Sedan.CHEVROLET Automatic trans Now $1095 :
missionair conditioned radio
j Polara Y-8, 4dr. hard- 61 BUICK 63 CORVAIR 59 FORD heater and power steering.! Far
63 DODGE 62 RAMBLER this sale only: ,
top. Automatic power Convertible. Cream finIsh. Maroon with matching Galaxie 4-dr. sedan. V-4 en-
and brakes. Radio V-* engine. automatIc. radio. Interior. Automatic. heA&Cllsslc 4-dr. sedan V4 englna., automatic radio heater $2295 55 FORD :
steering $?288 heater power steering. Good era 1-owner. Extra clean. gine automatic power steer. extra clean Inside and
heater, whitewatls. Very clean. v top and tires. An extra sharp $I 726 with Ing and grey brakes Interior.heater, white out. i 2 door. "6". std shift.New taj. Included.' :
\ carl $926 WAS $295 SAVE $150
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I, $2126 $1026 I 62 MERCURY
Dart Tudor. with equipment Including Now $145 :
63 DODGE $1288 57 BUICK 56 DeSOTO \ factory: air conditioning. A -
Heater 2-dr. Sedan. Automatic radio Station wagon V-t automatic I sharp 4-dr sedan.
63 BUICK heater, white with lK); power steering. A real $2295Loaded -
r"i Speck) Convertible V-t eninterior.. Monza coupe. Standard transgQOd second car. 54 MERCURY
mission radio and heater.
I V-3 Sedan. Air conditioned gins automatic radio heat$326 Beige with red Interior. $326
air conditioner. Good
er I V-8. std. shift and .
Ol DODGE end tires. Black with red In- new togI
auto- lOOOmatic $1526 I SAVE
$ terior. 62 CHEVROLET2dr WAS $295 $200
power steering . I ZOO $2126 60 CHEVROLET Super Sports. Automatic
Biscayne 2-dr. Standard transmissionpower steering. Now $95"Many
Galaxie. V-t. automatic radio 57 CHEVROLET transmission, V- engine attractive power brakes. radio and heater I .H
heater, J-dr. hardtoo. gold finish. Irs a nice GMt i iI
nMITIABonneville 4-dr. hard- 1ng. black with 2-<<. 1r. 4-cyllnder, .
59 56 OLDS reed interim matte radio heater aufo$726 I $2395
top actual miles. Tutont blue I
W 4-dr. V-c automatic radio
equipped.. Clean one owner wOO heater. air conditioned. $1326 With blue Interior. CHEVROLETfinish More to Choose From'WE :
Like new. 1 owner. Cream $726 59 I
with matching Interior. 4dr. Impale hardtop. V-8 61 E. FORD
automatic, radio, heater : :
$726 63 CHEVROLET power steerb g. k, Good Transpertationl SELL TO
Biscaynt 4dr. .Vengine. 62 FORD $595
FALCON cnd$638: automatic power steering I,
and brakes, heater. Original\ Galaxie 2hardtop. Ugh SELL AGAIN :
61 CHEVROLET Interior. Extra clean and beige r. V- I
sharp. White with turquoise engine. automatic. radio 63 FORD -
Blscayne 4-dr. 4cyflnder.automatic
Int.interior.. heater.et' steering air (NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED) -
new ,
V4 .
conditioned. LA new. Galaxie Mr. hardtop. "IN THE AUTO GAME -
Extra good tires. Green and ,
white finish. $1 726 $21 26 .engine........ Power a"steeringaT..- BARKLETS THE NAME I
58'PLVMO'UTH'9passenger JS. tone paint wth matching Interior. I j
I tlon wagon $1126 GAINESVilLE
automatic, power 63 CHEVROLET $1826 !
steering .... -. . .. .. .... $688 3/4 ton pickup, good ores 62 VOLVO ; OPEN SUNDAY 1 1i .
62 FORD and paint Standard trans.peecI raasIek heater. .
Black wit* matchIng i 6
mission. CORVAIRinterior.
Convertible black wtm red Interior. 63 ((2-6)) I
Interior. V-t. automatic power $15 26 transmission. Radio i
60. FIAT gST.::: $488 Extra steering.sharp radio heater. $1326 heater.Interior. Maroon' with Made ir ii AUTO
$2126 $2126USED ; ;
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J-T(Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) LARGEST VOLUME DEALERMain 2201 N. Main St. .-
Across from Shopping Center :
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CITY COURT Howard, 1126 NW 16th Av*.,. addition' Standard Fertilizer Co., 11 NW Sixth
Judge W. W. Hampton, April 21 to dwelling $2,000. Ave., remodel business. $300 Lincoln
Lucille Childs. 408 NW Fifth Ave.. Estates, construct dwellings at: 1210 SE MOT PROOFED -
-Found Guilty Leroy Jordan, 22. additions to dwelling $1,500. The JamesCo. I lath Terr. $7,000. and 1222 SE 18th .
to7 NW Fourth Ave.. disorderly con- construct house 3724 NW Seventh Terr., $7,000. James Rolax construct .
duct. S25 or 10 days Elsonso Roberts. PI.. 510.000. W. A. Perry 2425 SE 10th dwelling, 907 NE 18th Terr.. $5,000. 2nd In
Williston presenting the driver's license Ave.., repair dwelling. $400. Thelma Hall Kenneth .A. Kerslake. enclose carport. Wrapped Cellophane Bogs TREE
ef another person 15 days. driving ,with Adkins, 730. NW 10th Ave., additionsto 2511 NE 11th Terr. $127. C. A. Lowry ASSURES & GUARANTEES$
no valid driver's license on person. $20 dwelling. $2.500.Kirkpatrick build business 2317 SW. 13th St., $22 \ ti.
or 10 days; Uoyd Dunn, Cocoa. driving & Pierson. construct 000. 9ERVIOE
while Intoxicated $150 or 60 days license dwellings at following locations; QUALITYRESPONSIBLE. '
suspended for three months; Ed-
man Kelly Jr., Route 4. Gainesville. 1204 NE 31st Ave, 510.000; 1142 NE COUNTY .
reckless driving, three days and $35 or 31st Ave., $10,000; 1132 NE Third Ave., Mildred D. McKlnnon, 350 NW 43rd
10 days; Thaddeus Kafara no residence. $$10,030: 1118 NE 31st Ave., $10000; 111 SU enclose porch and construct car. 5c TREE SURGERYUniformed
vagrancy $25 or 10 days; George Anderson -NE 31st Ave., S8.000 1044 NE 31st Ave. port, $800. A. T. Douglas 1508 SW 35th i
Parker, Route 2, Gainesville, public $8.000. 1034 NE 31st Ave., $10.000; 1026 PI. construct residence, S2UXM. A. M. II
drunkenness $25 cr 19 days,,,carryIng NE 31st Ave.. 510.000 1ST NE 31st Robinson, construct residence at: 13Q '
a concealed weapon. $50 or 30 Ave., $8.000; 1010 NE 31st Ave., $?,- SE 41st SU $14,000; 4129 SE 14th Terr.. ? i Trained Technicians i
days; James Dlxon Manning S.C:, public 000; 1002 NE 31st Ave, $10,000; 3104 $12,000. R. U Green, construct resIdences S 2 WEEKS
drunkenness. $25 or 10 days Willie NE 10th SU $8,000. at: 3720 SE 18th Ave., $>*,SOO; .
Holmes. 800 SE Seventh Ave.. public Tommy Ridged 1135 SE 10th St. 1721 SE 37th SU$4400. ONLY! I
drunkenness. $35 or 12 days; Joseph Du- construct dwelling $6.000. M. Harrington LIttlewood Estates Inc., construct PRUNING & DEMOSSING :1
pree 114 SE Eighth Ave. public drunkenness n NE Wh St. additions to dwelling residence. 4320 NW 16th PU $22,000.'
$25 or 10 days; James Henry $150 Dr. J. L Coker raze dwel. A. W. Fletcher. 1928 SE 35th Ave.. '
McDonglad. Rocky Mountain, N. C, ling 203 SE Third Ave.. $300. Mrs. An- residence. $24000. David construct L.- SPRAYING FERTILIZING. t
public drunkenness $25 or 10 days nie L. Higgins 303 SE 14th Lane repair Hunter, 5506 SW 17th Court construct KUANAMA
Johnnie CliHora Benyard 663 NE 15th I dwelling. $400. Mike Bllzitoes. 903 residence $18000. R. H. Johnson, Gary TICI
Terr. discharging a firearm within the SE 14th Ave., Install central air condi Grant subdivision, construct carp a r t. REMOVALS & TRANSPLANTING
city limits. 10 days and $50 or 30 days tioning. 51.500. $400.
Sandra Merrell Cooper. 830 NW 14th '
Ave., running red light $5 or 2 days; S BRACING CABLING
Rebecca Joan Herndon 2403 NE 12th 1724 WEST
$t.. speeding, $7.50 or three days; NO EXTORTION UNIVERSITY. AVE.
Lawrence John McMahon, 1003 NE 10th MODERN METHODS
Ave., speeding In school zone $15 or
three days; Michael Paul Stern, to2 1
SW 6th St. no decal. $1 or one day. ; HARRY EVANS Will Not i 1717 14e'We FIRST AVE. COMPLETELY INSURED
altering parking permit. $5 or two days. Tolerate \
Political I
unauthorized use of parking permit.
$4 or two days; Rosetta Boston $14 NW' f Extortion And "Free Estimate" "No Obligation"Phone
Seventh PI., disorderly conduct $25 c? ,Strong _
10 daV- Arm Methods

Estreated the bonds of Thomas Ward (Advertisement PS \
Scott. 319 NW First SU parking In ',o'r Vote For 376-2661

loading Schwartz zone.1106 $SW S; Richard Fourth Ave.Alan parkIng I ,See what you buy -,before you buy-by ,shopping the advertising, ,columns. r

In loading zone. $5; Michael Geog- HARRY hometown '.
EVANSSuperintendent your, newspaper.
Kindred Route 4, parking In loading 24 NW 16th Ave. O1nY4@omau
zone S5; Edgar Wagstaff Jones Jr- _
407 NW 15th SU parking In loading r
505 of Schools A
zone.S. Main$5; Herman SU Haroldviolation.. $Sj (Pd. Adr.)' During the year people purchase twice_as many U. S. newspapers as they do

Jerome Henry Elwer. 21J4 NE 8th SU postage,stamps..
overtime parking. .$5. Edward Joseph Lv
Richer. 1242 NW 14th" Ave, parkingIn
loading zone. 151.Alton Everett : FURNITURE
of Florida parking in loading .
zone. $5; Nelson Lee Reeves. 571
NW Fourth PU failure to yield rightof &,

NE way way.Fourth$25$25 Ave; William Kathryn, failure Bill Eastwood to Bryant.yield Reed.rightof 240 Everyone WhoP..eviewed. This All-Out Closeout of Smooth-Top and T ft-Top Bedding Exclaimed : j I

1120 SW Ninth Rd.. failure to yield rightof ,
way, $25 Stonewall Lane Evans. II
SE Fourth PU careless. driving,. $25; c. .
Paul Williams 5320 NW Second Ave.
faulty brakes. $50; Silvio Vignalt! 3530: .
SW 24th Ave.. violating anti-rvaii! ordi- :
nance. $10. Joyce Ann Crosby. 2824 NE r
13th Dr. no valid driver's license. $20. I68 I
Esther Norris Grlffeth Route 4, no valid .
drivers license. $20; Ernestine Jenkins -
Hawthorne no valid driver's Ii- -aset' I
cense $20 Lonnie Gordon Hawthorne
Improper use of drivers license, $20 !

Evans Darling Newberry no valid i
drivers license. $20; James Coleman 1
Melvin 1319 SE First St., no valid ,
driver's license $40; William loren I M'r. -
Howard 12$ NW 34th Ave.. one way : r ., ., ',,
street violation, $10; Vernon Hall, 1242 .JtV"
NW Fifth Ave.. passing on right hand .. ............ .. /
side at Intersection. $20, George RIchard = ''II:: .::".'. .S' #t ..
'u. I"' ..e.v"""" ... .
Jr. 1104 SW Third Ave. ...
Berzinger Allen Ira Sobet Fraternity .. ... "" ...., "!-x. ",,*. .- =-" ; ."'" Io.---- i
U.Turn Row.$10 University; of Florida. U-Twn.- ......, '.",... -. t<-." ";,1 \ .-..;. .x.. ..', : ; :"Z. .... .... ""'---""""--* --.---. : .... t ... _. %
Mathias Belford Su- ,.., ------'i-.:: ,. -- t.: """' ::rZ
$10. Harry ... ',,
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wannee running red light $10; Roy Angus .. ...: :'::..' .... .... &.. ''''' '.JIiO.. 1i'2's: ;;: i- .... c:
Felknor. Sebring; running red light <:: '::" 40' "" ."< '"'" $ .... l' '., ,. .i.. .....,; ".
$10; Jerry George Hazourl. 1319 NW .> ....... ;x. ;....
Third Ave., running red light $10; Wendell .... I: "" ,"L.. ,'" ; ..-..... "" I
Jefferson Klser. 1045 NE 13th PI. : S5 "- -I
running red light. $10; Peter Hans Fa- fJI / =1'> ;;;;. _...

clus., running Hume red Hall.light University; Sandy Chandler.of Florida III- ': ;m: "- ....: '". -x..c.-:: ,.. ......_ ,_, _, __ I
Hume Hall. University of Florida running K '. """ .. --y -:-: .
red light. $10; Wilson Dehart,Ayala & .-"y > ; > 't '. .... .- ,.
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Jr. 1625 NW Third PI. running red X/ > .
light, $15; R I chard Benard Caspar I 'I > z
3E41 NW 16th Terr., running red light. ... ; :: -d' '
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second offense) $15; Viola Harris Hat. Ir. ; "
tlel. 704 NW First St. running red light I ;:0- i1! ,1'O ), N ; / .......". r.. .. lit
Jenkins Hawthorne =--
$10. Ernestine run -
ning red light $10; Richard Arnold Da ; "" -.. '
vis. 201 A Flavet III University of Flor- j ,;# "'
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ida stop sign, $10 John Brad-
running ; :. :s E::;;;;;ito 1
ford Taylor.' 805 NE Second St., running ---= i i
stop sign. $10; James Dennis Har- ". .. ,.:
meling 123 NW Second SU running stop E Ji: ..... _. '
sign, $10; Frances Smith Blackwelder. ; .. .. '-:- Ii
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1310 NW Sixth PI. running stop sign. ",. .-Hi.iie'tft ,_..=. .-=- .Zz
$10; Patricia Booth Leatherwood S15 ......_. .
NE 10th Ave., running stop Sign $10; .. -t ::"';:#' ;:'!$ ",_ -=- -= ___
Phyllis Shields Hardin 1140 NW 55th : .7e
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St. running step sign. $11; I' \ .I. ,
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Clark Douglas Watson 3425 NW Fifth .' \ p. .
St. running stop sign, $10. Robert fLu;; ','xyi' -::" __... : .. i'
Gingrich Feather. 1642 NW llth Rd., W ,,.lr;;: "
speeding $10; Thomas Edgar Malloy,, :.. ;t : "IJ'
Waldo, speeding $10; Jackie Clark Coleman N -. -tv .t4'. .;j,
1S1$ SE 32nd Ave., speeding. ;.;:: t.. ''ktf .,.." t' ..t ,c.
$10; Clarence Fulton Strong Jr.. 905 NE Z t -- -
1$ Terr., speeding. $25; Lonnie Gordon Nt' .:::5 .f 1:3

Hawthorne. speeding $15; Donald .. .L".. 111 t*'' f t .;: M'C:
Demetreos Schenk, 211' NE Ninth St. 4:1 i '. ,."p" '; .t j. .
speeding. $25; Henry Mlckle 204 SW M I
Fourth Ave.. Speeding. $10; Barbara .. ;;;> -- .-
Finger Winters. 312 SE Nth St. speedIng ..... -- --.;:: "
$10; Ronald Dean Lambert. 3530 C' q .. ,- ,. ;
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$10. Charles .
SW 34th St. speeding "' } >,, 11 .. ...
Brady H o o t.n. 3T14 W. Univ. Ave.. .. ,0., "" .-- .. r'
speeding. $2$; Joyce Ann Crosby 2824 c: (f: -' ..
NE 13th Dr., carelsss driving. $25; :J a w -: r ._.. ...
Michael Alexander Adams. 414 NW t: dk *' V .
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Eighth PI. reckless driving. $25; James 2 tor
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Rudolf McKay 1715 NE 16th Way. Z
reckless driving. $25; Wayne Michael :;) .-.-- 't ,
Tooney 2131 NW 55th Terr., reckless -- C
driving $50; Augustus Cross Jr.* Com \ ._-- .
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mercial Hotel careless driving. $25; \ --- __' ::
Reid Etnyer' Haskln Orange Springs. 0

careless be suspended driving $150 by Dept.(driver's of licenseto Public I Wa f 1 ; :

Center.Safety;University John Wallace of Florida.Eaton no Medical decal. j ; .>C .

$5; Padllla Guillermo. 707 NW Second ; \ ( -
Ave., public' drunkenness. $25; Car- J : ..
nell Taylor 1756 NE' Eighth Ave, public M .. ., t* aMY __ .Jo- zr
drunkenness; Jimmie Edmond Walker : =-- ,
Mlcanopy, disorderly conduct. S25i ,
Cleo Williams. 402 NE 15th St, public 't. C.
drunkenness. $25; Cecil Lacy Douglas. mw
Starke. public'drunkenness. $25; ,L. C. > ... ,-:- j w
McCloud. 2144 NE! Seventh PU public ( :-
drunkenness, $25; Jack Ray HHl Orange I ._ "" .
Lake public- drunkenness $25 Carlos "\ ,,,-' .
Edward Joyner'public drunkenness $70. .

Dismissed the following USeS: Harvey g ...
Max Cross Jr* 12A NE Fourth St. Z Ii

640 noisey er's NW license.muffler 34th BUILDING SU Hartley driving PERMITS Max with no Gilbert.driv t COX does the impossible again: offers. luxurious smc' < lop or tuft-top SIMMONS

Edgar Marshall.AvrH City 207 17-24-NW_ 35th' Tern mattress _and box spring sets at a bedtime-story '
price Sower
enclose carport. S30A. even than
Mrs. Helen P. Glass. 617 E. Un Iv. many
Ave., repair dwelling $300. Spencer C. at
Cason, 1507 NE 14th St.',enclose carport ...
$500. Charles-B. Outen. 720 NE SIMMONS c

Blvd.. repair dwelling $1,500. R. H.Handicapped r=a star quality mattresses or box springs sell for separately! There will be >z v


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Florida has been named to .
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to improve the training of the = ao""t. ',,,,.: "t" a the This Cox'. couldn't offer such a low price or-such .. .......1.
Yoa O'I t 4 for m.'seem unimportant to YOU but it's a f.d.thot
handicapped. g t ,,,\1 $1 CARRYING.ins proposition if this was not a genuine factory surplus set evs
te. O\&t, spy many mattreues are always under wraps' a
= \& the boti beu.se. up. This special offer ccanot be ,.,e.t.d".the stock cannot zs

! .. leafdross.ats.s"a. S3{ for. tG rerp1e d "O'"- the r're. "homely". Instead of "homey." But.at. Cex's". ., ;:,-;:_ : ; CHARGE .' be replaced and the opportunity cannot be duplicated !

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Traditionally, June: is the Month of croft Weaver. Their wedding took place

Brides. Now, the melodious strains of last Saturday morning at the Holy Trin- /

the ity Episcopal Church. Mrs. Weaver, the 'H 4,
wedding march are heard more v+MA sr' :
former Miss i Frances Tuttle, is the
often in Florida
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2B Gainesville Sun Sunday, April 26, 1964yesterday's
par t m e nts' of education, (Mrs. Selden Waldo) and Mrs.J. Lake hme. for the event. hers' mothers, and Mrs W.&. _
American Citizenship, fine Fletcher Burnett_ was ad- In 1935-36, Miss Elisabeth The 1937 S3 president was Garris and Mrs. W. T. Laird -
'Little Women'Check Miss Claire Tinman. Mrs.
arts, publicity, and public viser. Angus Merrltt began to Davis (Mrs. R. W. Peterson) CurUs-Stanton) and adviserwas poured. That year girls sere
welfare.In was president and Mrs. C. T. ing at Confetti were ninth
provide music for the dances, her mother, Mrs. G. C.
1931 -"39, Miss Sarah Allen and his reign In office as music Davis was adviser. Tillman. During these years, graders.Aid .

I Club Activities (Mrs. Clifford of Little Newsome Women. )- man outlasted many of the Confetti Began to I486' each girl was given a "datebid" Empty Stocking Fund 4 j 1
was president and three stag bids for
a magic phrase for allpresent past,
Mrs. Fred Cone replacedMrs. girls and later on their future Little each dance. In '40-41, Miss Annie Laird, !
C. L. Weir adviser. and (Mrs. Frank Spain) was
as daughters. In those days, the
fabulous dance
Women. Ibis ,
During the early 30's, the Club Miss Mary May Paschal dent with Mrs. Burnett
b girls did not ask individual staged 0 each New Year'sEve pres1'I'I
N H rf; v rr sometimes exchanged Christ- (Mrs. Calvin William Kunz er. This was the
boys as dates, but had an in- is always the highlight of club collected can
mas Dances with the Jackson- Jr.) was president in 3S-39
ville Little Women.A vitation guest list. It was en- the year. It was originated in with Mrs. Beisler again adviser. the Empty Stocking Fund,
tirely for the girls to"Break" the 3S-37 term of Miss Grace dance for the Infan-
proper The Little Women gave a gave a {
held during
candy sale was Noble (Mrs. Victor Net
at these affairs. Christmas party for children tile Paralysis Fund and gave
32-33, with the proceeds tles). Mrs. A. R. Mead' was the women" <
"big a gift -
1 H r" .. going to the Children's Home Mrs. Burnett was again ad adviser. The "watch party" of the Twentieth Century Just for the privilege of being t,
Society In Jacksonville. Miss viser in '35-36, and Miss Mary that year attracted over 100 dub. Little Women. M. C. for Confetti '
A Ann Hawkins, (Mrs. Hugh Emma Brooking (Mrs. Lath- members and their dates. Mrs. Burnett served as ad- that year was Sam Ham. f t
'nJ McMillan) was president and am Davis Jr.) was president. Warren Ogletree was masterof viser again in '3940 and Miss During the war years of '41-
'9 3 xLr ? K"mlr, ry, i g t r Mrs. Cone was adviser.In Fondest memories of that ceremonies and Miss i Minnie Rita Garris, (Mrs. Arnold 42, the club helped prepare
'Ylrear4 1933-34 president was year were weekends and cook- Irene Edwards (Mrs. Ned Matthews) was president f
Miss Tommy Ruth Blackmon, outs at the Burnett's Kingsly Scott) was social chairman A tea was held for the mem (Continued on Page 5-B)

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Four former presidents of Little Women of the Gainesville Woman's Club .

reminisced of days gone,by as they: checked this:year's club program one morn _
ing last week at the home of Mrs. J. C. McCraw.They were from left to right _
above, Mrs. Harold Stringer, the former Emily Philips; Mrs. Frank Spain,
formerly Annie Laird;'Mrs. Lantham Davis, the former Mary Emma Brooking,
and Mrs. J. C. McCraw Jr.,the former Olive Klncaid, who has been visiting Mr.
McCraws mother the past .10 'days.I .
I By MUD BAUMSTEINEdltor's 25. Mrs., J. W. McCol1: u m back to a day .in Jackson-
(Mrs. J,.H. Palmer) was the ville when three little girls I
Note This is' the
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adviser.: The group met at the were playing "mommie go to
first part of a history of Lit' old'club house located down- meeting." As their mothers

tie. Women, which has been town on University Avenue, observed them, decided to en
written by MImi Rndderman" and also attended meetingsofthe courage a club group for
(Mrs. Mitchell Baumsteln) a "
"Big Club. younger girls.
club member In 194243, who A Acrowd
, is now publicity chairman for By 1925, they had 21 active The girls were Miss Mary Baby .Week.at.Belk's means Bargains on everything the crib '

the Gainesville Woman's Club. members, with Mrs. J. 'M. Noble, (presently Garden Ed- needs In the way of style end comfort for the warm u" : '
The second part will follow Scott adviser. That year, the itor of the Jacksonville.Times :
next Sunday.) president was Miss Olive Kin- Union) who actually became weather ahead Smart Moms will stock up now end SAVE. :,. '
caid, (Mrs. J. C. McCraw Jr.) Little Women president of 0 ._ ..-
For some 34 years, a question vice-president, Miss Shirley the Jacksonville Junior Club -. ., -
Gainesville high \ :
many Bishop (Mrs. Lance Lazonby) in 1935; Miss Dorothy Fagg ---i'\ -q--. -.
school girls have asked is: Miss Mrs. Jackson Ellis Green :: ',
"Who asking to the recording secretary, ( ); : :-. ; ;
are you Frances De Pass (Mrs. Frank and Miss Betty Boozer (Mrs.J. .
Little Women dance? Johnson); corresponding sec- Ed Price) who became ....1J1 ( : -. :':E:::::
This question has been posed retary, Miss Sara Gaper president of the Jacksonville: G .. .
: zo&o -
by young girls grades 10 (Mrs. Dan Horan); treasurer, Junior Club in 1935-36: and is c 1 :
12 whose mothers
through are C ll\J.J. 2 ,
and have been members of Miss Edith Winston (Mrs. current president of the ..
John A. Murphee) and parliamentarian Gainesville Woman's Club. \
the Gainesville Woman's Club. tiaf$ ,,if 'i .: ,
Dances and parties have been Miss Kathleen The year 1930 is known as \\i.1.14 0' : \ pd -- -
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Glass (Mrs. F. L. Somers). : ;; SAFE IN
': BABY IS ,.
the main function of Lit tIe the "Charter Year" since in o/-l'o: !' ?_ be"' .:. -

Women, a club within the senior In 26-27, Miss Glass (Mrs. that year the group was reor- Q.I.. ..- ,/J.'oo/,. >:;{!!:'/{'to"o" aers ,. \- e club. And this of the ganized and first known as <,; '" f i'1' '' uro"'''' nd er,"' mE
privilegeof Somers) was president '$)<",, /< .. :'tt i ck.drf.nUcde, s\ee91 'f" JOHNNY CAR RY- _
"inviting a date" has been Little Women and Mrs. Addie Little Women. Mrs. IL J. ,.<<,/o" "t%tYo:} '\ to" to\daU'eSe vrd'v
given to more than a thousand Morris. (Mrs. Leslie Arnold) Morrison was president of ,,--t,, _,H:'r o 'If./I.J Nab\" ,KoveM 1n tree wd P .
girls for the many social was adviser. That year the the Little Women. This group 4',0,:<< bt draper- AT HOME
> M4
events. motto was "To Follow in our was limited to daughters of
Saturday May 2,will be fin Mother's Footsteps." Women's Club members who
al social activity of the' 1963- ,Miss Nathalie Seville (Mrs. were in high school. \ : OR AWAYa
64 Little Women as that is the Julian Fant) was president in Charter president of the Lit -J -
date of the Senior Banquetand 1927-28 with Mrs. B. G. Dy- tIe Women was Miss Christi. N{ L N,
final meeting.Two al, adviser. an Richards Spriull (Mrs. W.
Dates Recorded During 1928 through 1930, Ed Roberts); vicepresidentwas
The Little Women actually the club was disbanded, although Miss Annie Louise FOLD-TO-CARRY STROLLER -7 a

have two initial dates, and the woman's club ("Judy") Whiddon, ( Mrs. CONVERTS TO SNOOZE-BED .. 0
there is some confusion as to year book shows that advis- Thomas L. Hyde); secre- S {

which is the actual beginning.In ers were a p pol n ted. Mrs. tary, Miss Mary VirginiaDell
1924 when Mrs. W. M. Walter Parrish was adviserfor (Mrs. 0. N. Harper Jr.);
Pepper was Twentieth Cen- '23-29 and Mrs. Walter treasurer, Miss Adelade Hen- 13.88
tury Club (Gainesville Wom- Beisler for '2930.Reorganization. dricks, (Mrs. John Neal); '.

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cented with seed pearls and yule, grandmothers of the The wedding of Miss Court I I
t Feiber, Mrs. Walter Godwin, !
'Nimnicht Purvis French bead trim. A demi- bride-groom; Mrs. Deely A. ney Walker West, daughter of Doug htie-West Mrs. Angle Smith Miss I

crown of lace and seed pearl Hunt, Lake Wales; Mrs. Wil- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley LeRoy Frances Apperson. :
points held her veil of silk loughby J. Dixon Columbia, West, and Nath Culpepper !
Miss Elizabeth Anne Pur- Williams, Miss' Joyce Baxter English illusion in p I a c e., S. C., and Mrs. Hugh F. Pur- Doughtie, son of .Mr. and Miss Susan Jones, Miss

vis daughter of Mr., and Mrs. University City Mo., brides- Her bridal bouquet was of vis of Miami, all aunts of the Mrs. Jerry Whitsett Dought r Page Elmore Miss Debbie .

Roy Lee Purvis, became the maids; Mrs. James Garnerof white roses and stephanotis bride and Mrs. Bernard J. of Atlantic Beach, was sc- Bowers, Miss Janie Harp, -
centered with orchid. McCabe of emnized ; Miss Elaine Tew, Miss KaI
bride of Billie an Mount Dora aunt Saturday eveningthe
Nugent Nim- Jacksonville, bridesmatron,
thy Grand Miss Nancy Baxter -
"' of the -
bridegroom.The Holy Trinity Episcop:
nlcht Jr., son of Mr. and and Miss Margaret Nimnicht Mr. Nimnicht served as Church. and Miss Ann Kebabian. ,

Mrs. Billie Nugent NimnichtSr. of Jacksonville, sister of the best man for his son. Ush- bride's book was kept a g r Cutting cake were Mrs. Ila -

of Jacksonville Saturday bridegroom junior brides- ers were Roy Lee Purvis Jr., by Miss Elizabeth Nimnicht The single ring service was Y Pridgen, Mrs. John A. H. I

afternoon during a nuptial maid. brother of the bride; Ed- and Miss Barbara Nimnicht, read by The Rev. Earle C. $ Murphree, Mrs. Walter Troi- -

ceremony in the First Pres- I All of the attendants wore ward Nimnicht, brother of the Jacksonville, sisters of the Page, rector. ler, Mrs. Charles Dann and -

byterian Church. street-length dresses of bridegroom Miss Judy Brill Mrs. William Cockrell, aunts -
pink bridegroom; Thomas A. Duke, ; Nuptial music was provided -
Dr. U. S. Gordon, pastor mist chiffon accented by Wayne Harris, Robert Ktoep Miss Robin Graham, Miss by Dr. David Stryker organist ,- of the bride; Mrs. Earle -
assisted by Rev. Gary Waller matching satin cummber.' Kloeppel III and Richard Anne Conant, Miss Jo Nez Page, Miss Elisha Monti
assistant bund pe Love Miss Linda Chamberlin Mrs. Parham Hester.
pastor performed insets and satin bowsat -
LaMee, all of Jacksonville.The Bridal attendants included
the ceremony.Wedding the backs of the bodices. Miss Ann Arnow, Miss Miss Phoebe Bowers of Bos- Bride's Book Kept
music was given Their headpieces were satin mother of the bride Jane Johnston and Miss Hel- ton and Gainesville, 'maid of $ Keeping the bride's book

by Mrs. Norman Sloan, bows and they carried arm wore a blush pink silk lin- en Ann Davies. honor; Miss Jeanne Grand \ V = y'r' were Miss Priscilla West,

soloist and Willis Bodine or- bouquets of happiness roses en dress with beaded bodice Others assisting included: and Miss Martha Park Lee, Miss Barbara Watson, Miss _

ganist. tied with satin ribbons. and matching accessories for Mrs. Clifford C. Beasley, Mrs. bridesmaids, and Miss Betsy Anne Lazonby Miss Carol -

Bridal attendants were Miss Given in marriage by her daughter's wedding. The C: Addison Pound Jr., Mrs. Black junior bridesmaid.All Cox Miss Ann Parrish, Miss

Marcia Mase maid of boor her father the bride wore a mother of the. bridegroomwore Ben O. Franklin, Mrs. Earl wore floor-length gownsof Shirley Lazonby Miss Ann

; Mrs. Marcus Milam III, gown of bouquet taffeta fash- an eucalyptus green P. Powers, Mrs. Leo J. Thomas peau de soie in pastel Winsor and Mrs. F. H. Doughtie -

matron of honor; Miss Ann ioned with full, circular chapel peau de soie sheath dress Sr., Mrs. Latham Davis shades fashioned alike with grandmother of the bride

Maxey Dell, Miss Nancy Dee train. The bodice was ac- with jeweled bodice and Mrs. Gus McGriff Mrs. back v-necklines and panels groom.

matching accessories. Charles Rich Mrs. DennisK. falling to the floor at the Others assisting were Miss
Stanley, Mrs. J. Milton back. Miss Bowers' dress Tinker Teller Miss Anna

Reception FollowsMr. Brownlee, Mrs. Walter B. was of a lemon shade, Miss a aM and Miss Nell Page, Miss.
.P and Mrs. Purvis were Nancy and Miss Martha Mitchell
t. Stotesberry; Mrs. TheodoreS. Grand wore mint green, Miss \
1"F hosts for the reception follow- George, Mrs. William D. Lee was in pink and Miss Miss Ann and Miss

ing the ceremony in Fellow- MacDonald, Mrs. C h a rles Black wore peach. All had I ,. Jane Hartman, Miss Helen
s ship Hall of the Church, Hyde, Mrs. Frank Green, flowered hats and carried k ? Kebabian, Miss Jean and Miss
where magnolia leaves, flower baskets Molly Webb and Miss Bet-
Mrs. 0. N. Harper Jr., Mrs.L. matching their
a# t q palms, and greenery were William Graham,Mrs. S. dresses. sy Maloney, Miss Jeanne
S f
y used in decoration.The A. Hussey Jr.Mrs.A.K. Prayer Book Carried Moore.Tassinari and Miss Joyce'

bride's table was laid Brill, Mrs. How The bride, given in marriage
Rose petals were distributed -
.r with a ruffled white taffeta ard W. Gray, Mrs. Walter by her father wore a
by Martha
cloth and white net overskirt.The Beisler, Mrs. Darrel J.Mase, floor-length gown of peau de Stringfellow,
Margaret Page, Garritt
t /4' weddingcake centering Mrs. Newton E b a u g h, Mrs. soie fashioned with sweetheart Smith and Caroline DonI--

s", the long table was flanked by Harvey L. Hutchinson, neckline and elbow gan, under the direction of
silver cendelabrum holding Mrs. Lewis F. Blalock, Mrs. length sleeves of reembroidered .,4 rP Miss -
Virginia Tew.
1 white' tapers' and adorned Thomas Brill, Mrs. Jack lace with seed pearls accenting *I For her going ensem- .

with white stock, snapdragons Williams, Mrs. Ned H. Scott the neckline and side ble, the bride away
wore a
carnations and baby's breath. Mrs. James E. Hughes, Mrs. panels of the skirt, which end- .Mrs. Nath Culpepper Doughtie, silk suit with matching navy ac
Two round punch tables E. Finley Cannon Jr., Mrs. ed in a chapel train. Her cessories.
mantilla was of C h a ntilly Thomas Hotel. G. Metcalfe, Mrs. J. C. Mc-
and the round guest book Harry C. Duncan, Mrs. Walter The
lace with blush veil covering The wedding party received Craw and Mrs. Lamar L. newlyweds left by
table were laid with match Murphree, Mrs. Cecil
plane for New York, where
her face. She carried guests on the balcony
ing ruffled taffeta cloths and Love, Mrs. Roy Tew Mrs. a Knight. they will fly to Europe to
book and a cascade above the Spanish' C 0 u r t,
white overskirts. All three Dick Williams, Mrs. Frank Pouring punch were Mrs. spend two months abroad.
k. a' $ tables in Miles Mrs. William F. Mosh- bouquet of peace roses and or- where dancing was held. Virginia McCraw S tee
; were draped garlands chids. Music was provided by Dolores n, Upon their return, they will
I of smilax caught with ier.Also Stanton Mrs. James Stringfellow, Mrs. establish a home in Gaines-
Susan Martin flower organist.The
nosegays of roses.A Mrs. Spurgeon Cherry bride's in William George McCrea, Mrs.J. ville and continue their stud
blue table placed
wore a floor-length
Mrs. William Wade Malcolm Alday Mrs. J. ies
silver candelabrum, Hampton dress. James the lower lounge was laid at the University of Flor
Donigan, was
3 ''"' R HI Mrs. Dick Mrs.E. M. McClamroch, 'Mrs. James ida.
;yty 4 adorned with a nosegay of Sanders ring bearer. with an antique stain tablecloth
rx.Rl roses and showered with sat- B. Hendrickson Mrs. R. I ___ _
Michael Scanlon Neptune decked with garlands of -----------
\ P in streamers was placed on M. Chamberlin Mrs. G. G. \
WP\M The two tables
Beach, was best man with greenery. punch -
the bride's book table. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. FrancisC. David West, Kissimmee brother and the coffee table also A GIFT TO YOU !
cake the Meyers, Mrs. James N. !
Cutting during
reception of the bride, Vince Morton were laid with antique satin
f i were Mrs..William A. Anderson Jr., Mrs. M. M. Jackson Beatty a n-d cloths while the bride's book

Shands, Mrs. S. T. Dell, Mrs. Parrish, Mrs. L. K. Edwardsof David Cockrell and Robert table was covered with a

t.1t Marcus Conant, Mrs. Frank Irvine. Cockrell, Waynesboro, Va., Swiss organdy cloth. Silver \
Purvis of Quitman, Ga., Also Mrs. Dan M. Vaden, cousins of the bride, as ush punch bowls and silver 'candelabrum y \
grandmother of the bride; Mrs. Geraldine Conroy, Mrs. holding white taMpers

Mrs. Edward Nimnicht of Glen Woodard, Mrs. Robert ers.For her daughter's wed completed the appoint t t1t2.t401.t2ad .t

Mount Dora and Mrs. H a 1- Kloeppel Jr., Mrs. T. H. Duke ding, the. bride's mother ments. from

Mrs. Billie Nag ent Nimnicht Jr. stead P. Browne of Jackson- Jr. and Mrs. W. C. Coalson, wore a pale mint green draped Reception Assistants \ \ \
all of Jacksonville.Rice .
silk dress. The bride
bags were passed by groom's mother chose a blue line Introducing were Mrs.guests John to R. the L. GORHAM i
j PlansPlans Sally and Elizabeth Dixon, S
Fagan-Rogers Nuptial and white embroidered sheath.. Grand, Mrs. Percy M. Beard, \ ,
Columbia, S. C., cousins of Both had orchid corsages. Mrs. Lewis F. Blalock and ( ,4
the bride and
Virginia McCabe
Following the ceremony Miss Elise Jones. ,
are announced todayfor Elizabeth City, N. C. Whitehead, soloist. Mount Dora cousin of the bride's parents entertained Assisting in the hospitalities ;

the wedding of Miss Share The wedding will be an Attending the bride will the bridegroom. with a reception at the Mr. and Mrs. J. E rx
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ber her sister Mrs. Walter Z "ft :;;o. T. ;!: """ '&"'' >x. """
on Elizabeth Fagan, daughter event of Saturday, May 2, at ,''i'I'V, '" 'tF, ",.. "" {t. .:,'. ;< .",..'| Lance Lazonby Mr. and
Thomas Brownett matron of .. :iJi it I Mrs. David Stryker, Mr. and S{.I.IX
of Mr. and Mrs. David 3 p.m. at the University Avenue ? : : 1 E
Church of Christ. honor; Miss Janice Burrell'of : Mrs. George Creighton, Mr.
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Fagan to John :?'
Shytle Doug-
Savannah Ga., maid of 'hon f' ;; and Mrs. Howard W. Bishop.

las Rogers, son of Mr. and Music will be provided by or, and Miss Carol Gresi- t j'f And also Mrs. Donald Dun-

Mrs. Robert Wesley Rogersof Miss Patricia Rehbein, organist mer of Tallahassee and Miss g 1'* ham, Mrs. M. Dickinson Doer -

Gainesville formerly of and Miss Carolyn .Irene Curry of Winter Park,
bridesmaids. Miss Lily Carter Miss Jean
James Wilson Sund of ati: a: : a -, Hixon, Miss Laura Monti,

Vows Exchanged Clearwater will be best man. ';t ; :. xkx / 'v...,.:; Mrs. Beall Adams :Miss An- Regularly
; nette Liles Mrs. Charles ...
Ushers are to be' Rodney Eugene ,..:'.:\':: ':r:.:i:: Geltz. Mrs. Frank E. Malon- 14 sold tor
Rogers, brother of the
i* ey Mrs. Wilse Webb, Mrs. S. 72.5.j4.
bridegroom;,and Kenny Math-
T. Dell Mrs. J. C. Dickinson
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eny and Howard + .e
a ., .: 'Jr., Mrs. Frederick Gehan, Federal Tax
Fagan, cousin of the bride- r
Mrs. James G. Richardson
elect.A .
Mrs. William Elmore, Mrs.

reception will follow, at : William B. Watson, Mrs. Wil-
the Gainesville Woman's Club. 'rte g t\ liam Tucker, Mrs. Mary Alice \ ;

Parson, Miss Mary Frances -
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Bridesmaids LuncheonThe GnQHAM STERLING \
.P E# r I Tucker Miss Anne CANDELABP
I Weaver, Miss Marion Youngs,
bridesmaids luncheon
will be given Friday at the ..; .. | Miss Mable Reynolds Miss Yours Free.when you buy S Sa

Gainesville Golf and Country Mrs. John Murray FadialFadialBarnum Louise Kincaid, Mrs. Eleanor \ Service for 8

Club. Hostesses are Mrs. Bode Browne. In "
S any regular design in
Mrs. Robert Bowers Mrs. .
Clayton E. Hawk and daughter -
Mrs. Andrew John Tem Charles A. Black, Mrs. A. E. \ GORIIAM'STERLING
"Mrs. E. Tew
Harp Roy ,
rl ples. Mrs. John Baxter Miss Alice (minimum pieces) -

Following a church rehearsal Miss Jerosha Starr Barnum from Florida State Universityand McNairy, Mrs. Paul Kebab- \ Yes,"this beautiful pair of Gotham's most popular
became the bride of John is now a student in the ian Miss Eleanor Lucas
to be held Friday night, I Sterling Candelabra is yours at no extra cost. In-
Mr. and Airs. Robert Wesley Murray Fadial on Saturday University of Florida Collegeof Mrs. Robert West, Miss Anne 1 eluded in this offer is Gotham's newest sterling l SS S-

r Rogers will be hosts at a rehearsal afternoon in the Chapel of the Medicine. He is a memberof Jones Mrs. Williamson Sin- S pattern,.t *regal, sumptuous La Seals, the ultimate
dinner at the University Incarnation at the Universityof Kappa Sigma fraternity. clair Mrs. C. Addison PoundJr. S in pierced baroque design and craftsmanship.

Inn. Florida. Father Edward Following a wedding trip ., Mrs. Guy Hamilton, Mrs.A. \ Payments Low As DOc Per Week

Berckman officiated at the to South Florida, the couple A. Murphree. \ Place-Setting.

Shower Is Given ceremony. will be at home at. 1908 SW Those pouring coffee were \. f ,No down payment-no interest charges. 4-
14th Terrace. Mrs. Dewitt Jones, Mrs. H.
Miss Fagan was honored The bride is the daughterof \

recently at a miscellaneous Captain and Mrs. Charles \

% shower given by Mrs. Barney Norman Barnum of Beaufort 4
R. Colson Jr., Miss MarvinA. S. C., and the bride-
: < > Brooker and Mrs. James \
groom is the son of Mr. and Anderson
Frank N.
"t Whiting.The Mrs. Fred Fadial of Tampa. \
Given in marriage by her announces his \
: '. honoree was presentedwith a
ry a white carnation cor- father the bride wore a white "WEDDING"PACKAGE \

..., ,., sage and her mother and thebridgegroomelect's Swiss: embroidered organdy i. 'PLAN" \
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received pink carnation cor from a wreath of orange cr m i Including your engagement S ?
< blossoms, which had been 4 photograph. Your formal studio x ti
< sages. used in her mother's bridal t P. portrait. CMade in studio in wedding \
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Miss Fagan by the three
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pink cloth. An arrangementof matching accessories ($62.50 VALUE) \
white carnations and lilacsin and a bouquet of yellow iris.
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white used at sacola best an appointment stating that you want to take advantage of 1 ,, S'
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our "Wedding Package Plan" later we set the second m/
end of the table and a silver were Milo P. Gerber and appointment to make your formal! studio portrait. and finally \ #< M
punch bowl at the other. Sherrard L. Hayes. on your wedding day we tell your wedding story in 8 lovely
White carnations and lilacsin Mrs. Fadial was graduated informal wedding photographs. I !

an antique container com from Sophie Newcomb 1 S

pleted the decorations. College of Tulane Univer- r

her marriage Wednesday evening In the Punch was served by Mrs. sity. She then was a Fellowof "Outstanding Photography :i \ jjlL2rLII

First ,Presbyterian Church, Mrs. John Matthew Brownett, sister of the bride- the Mayo Foundation Rochester I \

Fedison, above, was Miss Virginia Kay Davis, daughter elect, assisted by Mrs. Mar- Mum., and is now a In Gainesville Since 1933" 1 1S

of pr..and Mrs. George K. Davis..The bridegroomis vin Broker Jr., Mrs. T. -W. graduate student at the Uni- S 103 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fedison of Hacken- Cause and Miss Patricia versity of Florida. She is a FR' 6-5323 S

sack, N. J. The couple, now on a wedding trip in Whiting. member of Pi Beta Phi sorer- 821 N.W. 13th St. S MEMBER NATIONAL BRIDAL SERVICE

the southern part of the state, will establish a homein Mrs. Andrew John Temples ity.Mr. t

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cented with seed pearls and vine, grandmothers of the The wedding of :Miss Court- Feiber Mrs. Walter Godwin
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NimnichtPurvis French bead trim. A demi-! bride-groom; Mrs. Deely A. ney Walker West daughter of Doug htie West Mrs. Angle Smith, Miss
crown of lace and seed pearl Hunt Lake Wales; Mrs. Wil- Mr., and Mrs. Stanley LeRoy Frances Apperson.
points held her veil of silk loughby J. Dixon, Columbia West and Nath Culpepper
Miss Elizabeth Anne Pur Williams, Miss' Joyce Baxter. English illusion in place.Her S. C., and Mrs. Hugh F. Pur- Doughtie, son of .Mr. and Miss Susan Jones, Miss

l vis, daughter of Mr.-and Mrs. University 'City, Mo., brides bridal bouquet was of vis of Miami an aunts of the Mrs. Jerry Whitsett Dought? Page Elmore Miss Debbie .

Roy Lee Purvis, became the maids; Mrs. James Garner white roses and stephanotis bride, and Mrs. Bernard J. of Atlantic Beach, was sr" Bowers Miss Miss Janie Harp, -
bride of Billie centered with an orchid. McCabe of Mount Dora, aunt emnized Saturday eveningthe Elaine Tew, Miss Kathy =
Nugent Nim- of Jacksonville, bridesmatron
Grand Miss
. Nancy Barter -
nicht Jr., son of Mr. and and Miss Margaret Nimnichtof Mr. Nimnicht served as of the bridegroom.The Church.Holy Trinity Episcop and Miss Ann Kebabian.

Mrs. Billie Nugent NimnichtSr. Jacksonville, sister of the best man for his son. Ush- bride's book was kept $' :' ____ Cutting cake were Mrs. Ha
of Jacksonville, Saturday bridegroom junior brides- ers were Roy Lee Purvis Jr., by Miss' Elizabeth Nimnichtand The single ring service was Pridgen Mrs. John A. H. :
afternoon during a nuptial maid. brother of the bride; Edward Miss Barbara Nimnicht read by The Rev. Earle C. % S Murphree, Mrs. Walter Trox- -

ceremony in the First Pres- All of the attendants wore Nimnicht, brother of the Jacksonville, sisters of the Page rector. wd trt ler, Mrs. Charles Dann and :

byterian Church.Dr. street-length dresses of pink bridegroom; Thomas A. Duke, bridegroom; Miss Judy Brill, Nuptial music was provided Mrs. William Cockrell, aunts ::

U. S. Gordon, pastor, mist chiffon accented by Wayne Harris, Robert Ktoep Miss Robin Graham Miss by Dr. David Stryker ,organist of the bride; Mrs. Earle -
assisted by Rev. Gary Waller matching satin cummber- Kloeppel HI and Richard Anne Conant, Miss Jo Nez 3 .\ Page, Miss Elisha Monti,
assistant pastor, performed bund insets and satin bowsat pe Love Miss Linda Chamberlin Mrs. Parham Hester.
LaMee, all of Jacksonville.The Bridal attendants included
the ceremony. the backs of the bodices. Miss Ann Arnow, Miss Miss Phoebe Bowers of Bos- Bride's Book Kept
Wedding music was given Their, headpieces were satin mother of the bride Jane Johnston and Miss Hel- ton and Gainesville maid of Keeping the bride's book

by Mrs. Norman Sloan, bows and they carried arm wore a blush pink silk linen en Ann Davies. honor; Miss Jeanne Grand were Miss Priscilla West,

soloist, and-Willis Bodine, organist bouquets of happiness roses dress with beaded bodice Others assisting mcluded: and Miss Martha Park Lee, Miss Barbara Watson, Miss

tied with satin ribbons. and matching ,accessories for Mrs. Clifford C. Beasley, Mrs. bridesmaids, and Miss Betsy F x .{x f \ cc Anne Lazonby, Miss Carol
Bridal attendants were Miss Given in marriage by her daughter's wedding. The C': Addison Pound Jr., Mrs. Black, junior bridesmaid.All ,i 04t ; ._ ______ Cox, Miss Ann Parrish, Miss
Marcia Mase, maid of ho- her father, the bride wore a mother of the bridegroomwore Ben 0. Franklin, Mrs. EarlP. wore floor-length gownsof k Shirley Lazonby, Miss Ann
or; Mrs. Marcus Milam III gown of bouquet taffeta fash- an eucalyptus green Powers, Mrs. Leo J. Tho- peau de sole in pastel x : 2 Winsor and Mrs. F. H. Doughtie -

matron of honor; Miss Ann ioned with full circular chapel peau de sole sheath dress mas Sr., Mrs. Latham Davis shades fashioned alike with grandmother of the bride-

Maxey Dell, Miss Nancy Dee train. The bodice was ac- with jeweled bodice and Mrs. Gus McGriff, Mrs. back v-necklines and panels groom.
matching accessories. Charles Rich Mrs. DennisK. falling to the floor at the Others assisting were Miss

Stanley, Mrs. J. Milton back. Miss Bowers', dress Tinker Teller, Miss Anna
Reception Follows Brownlee Mrs. Walter B. was of a lemon shade, Miss and Miss Nell Page, Miss _
Mr. and Mrs. Purvis were Stotesberry; Mrs. TheodoreS. Grand wore mint green Miss ia'M Nancy and Miss Martha Mitchell -

hosts for the reception follow- George, Mrs. William D. Lee was in pink and Miss Miss Ann and Miss
ing the ceremony in Fellow- MacDonald, Mrs. Charles Black wore peach. All had Jane Hartman Miss Helen
ship Hall of the Church, flowered Kebabian Miss Jean and Miss
!:; >t Hyde, Mrs. Frank Green hats and carried
Molly Webb and Miss Bet-
where magnolia leaves flower baskets
a '4w Mrs. O. N. Harper Jr., Mrs.L. matching their sy Maloney Miss Jeanne
; palms and greenery were William Graham, Mrs. S. dresses.
used in decoration.The Tassinari, and Miss Joyce'foore.
: A. Hussey Jr. Prayer Book Carried .
bride's table was laid Mrs. A. K. Brill Mrs. How The bride given in marriage Rose I
x __ r petals were distributed -
; ir_ : with a ruffled white taffeta ard W. Gray, Mrs. Walter by her father, wore a by Martha Stringfellow,

cloth and white net overskirt. Beisler, Mrs. Darrel J. Mase, floor-length gown of peau de Margaret Page, Gar 1 t t
The weddingcake centering, .Mrs. Newton E b a u g h, Mrs. soie fashioned with sweetheart Smith and Caroline Doni.

the long table was flanked by Harvey L. Hutchinson, neckline and elbow gan under the direction of-
r a rR silver candelabrum holding Mrs. Lewis F. Blalock, Mrs. length sleeves of reembroidered Miss Virginia Tew.
white tapers' and adorned Thomas Brill, Mrs. Jack lace with seed pearls acr For her
going away ensem-
with white stock, snapdragons, Williams, {rs. Ned H. Scott, centing the neckline and side ble, the bride wore a navy
carnations and baby's breath. Mrs. James E. Hughes, Mrs. panels of the skirt which end- Mrs. Nath Culpepper Doughtie silk suit with matching ac
Two round punch tables E. Finley Cannon, Jr., Mrs. ed in a chapel train. Her cessories.
mantilla of C h Thomas Hotel. G. Metcalfe Mrs. J. C. Mc-
was a ntilly
and the round guest book Harry C. Duncan, Mrs. Walter The newlyweds left by
lace with blush veil covering The wedding party received Craw and Mrs. Lamar L.
table laid with match Murphree, Mrs. Cecil
were plane for New York where-
her face. She carried guests on the balcony Knight.
ruffled taffeta cloths and Love, 'MrS.Roy Tew Mrs. a
ing they will fly to Europe to
book and a cascade above the Spanish' Co u r t,
Ls white overskirts. All three Dick Williams, Mrs. Frank prayer Pouring punch were Mrs. spend two months abroad.
I > : 1 tables were draped in garlands Miles, Mrs. William F. Mosh- chids.bouquet of peace roses and or Music where dancing was provided was by held.Dolores Virginia McCraw Steen, Upon their return they will

t of smilax caught with Mrs. James Stringfellow, Mrs. establish a home in Gaines
Susan flower Stanton organist.The
F j 4 nosegays of roses. Mrs. Spurgeon Cherry, blue bride's table placed in William George McCrea, Mrs.J. ville and continue their stud-
wore a floor-length
:r& H A silver candelabrum, Mrs. William Wade Hampton dress. James Donigan the lower lounge was laid Malcolm Alday Mrs. J. ies at the University of Flor-
adorned with a nosegay of HI, Mrs. Dick Sanders, Mrs. bearer. with an antique stain table- McClamroch, 'Mrs. James ida.

roses and showered with sat- E. B. Hendrickson Mrs. R. ring I .____________.______..-rr. -. -.- -.
Michael Scanlon, Neptune cloth decked with garlands$ of - - ---- .r.rr.r.A
in streamers,was placed on M. Chamberlin, Mrs. G. G. Beach, was best man with greenery. The two punch ta- \ \

the bride's book table. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. FrancisC. David West, Kissimmee, brother bles and the coffee table also t GIFT TO YOU
Cutting cake during the re- Meyers, Mrs. James N. of the bride, Vince Morton were laid with antique satin t
ception were Mrs. William A. Anderson Jr., Mrs. M. M.
Jackson Beatty, a n d cloths while the bride's book
Shands Mrs. S. T. Mrs. Parrish, Mrs. L. K. Edwardsof
Dell David Cockrell and Robert 'table was covered with a S

Marcus Conant, Mrs. Frank Irvine. Cockrell, Waynesboro, Va., Swiss organdy cloth. Silver ,
Purvis of Quitman, Ga., Also Mrs. Dan M. Vaden, cousins of the bride, as ush- punch bowls and silver -candelabrum \
grandmother of the bride; Mrs. Geraldine Conroy, Mrs. holding white ta-

Mrs. Edward Nimnicht of Glen Woodard Mrs. Robert ers.For her daughter's wed pers completed the appoint- t.ke.r4oaizk

Mount Dora, and Mrs. H a 1- Kloeppel Jr., Mrs. T. H. Duke ding, the, bride's mother ments. S t from and \

Mrs. Billie Nag ent Nimnicht Jr. stead P. Browne of Jackson- Jr. and Mrs. W. C. Coalson, wore a pale mint green draped Reception Assistants
all of Jacksonville.Rice .
silk dress. The bride-
to the
bags were passed by groom's mother chose a blue line were Mrs.guests John R. L. GORHAMSTERLING
I Plans Sally and Elizabeth Dixon,
Fagan-Rogers Nuptial and white embroidered sheath.. Grand, Mrs. Percy M. Beard
Columbia, S. C., cousins of Both had orchid corsages. Mrs. Lewis F. Blalock and I
-- the bride, and Virginia Mc- Following the ceremony, Miss Elise Jones. _

Plans are announced todayfor Elizabeth City, N. C. Whitehead, soloist Cabe, Mount Dora, cousin of the bride's parents enter- Assisting in the hospitalities -

the wedding of Miss Sharon The wedding will be an Attending the bride will the bridegroom. tained with a reception at the were Mr. and Mrs. J.

Elizabeth Fagan, daughter event of Saturday, May 2, at ber her sister, Mrs. Walter i w"IT 1- :, _,, ...:. '; ;.1 ':0mk.K;: :ir' Lance Lazonby, Mr. and
Thomas Brownett, matron of :: ,,!1 Mrs. David Mr. and
of Mr. and Mrs. David 3 p.m. at the University Ave- 0' .14 '".
honor; Miss Janice Burrell ar: i Mrs. George Creighton Mr.
nue Church of Christ. : f
Shytle Fagan, to John Doug- Savannah, Ga., maid of hon- and Mrs. Howard W. Bishop.

las 'Rogers, son of Mr. and Music will be provided by or, and Miss Carol Gresi- F: 't\ ': And also Mrs. Donald Dun
Mrs. Robert Wesley Rogersof Miss Patricia Rehbein, or- mer of Tallahassee and Miss ritt 1Ya : ,rJl ham, 'Mrs. M. Dickinson Du-

Gainesville, formerly of ganist, and Miss Caro 1 y n .Irene Curry of Winter Park, er, Miss Jennie Murphree,

bridesmaids. -.'," .-,,'," Miss Lily Carter, Miss Jean
James Wilson Sund of .- ,'", Hixon Miss Laura Monti, r
Vows Exchanged Clearwater will be best man. '"!-' Mrs. Beall Adams, Miss An- Regularly
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Ushers are to be Rodney Eu- < .14 sold tor Ill .
d'r'- Geltz. Mrs. Frank E. Maloney -
gene Rogers, brother of thebridegroom.and I Mrs. Wilse Webb Mrs. S. 72.55
Kenny Math- f$ T. Mrs. J. C. Dickinson Including -
eny, and William Howard, H : Dell blgt I' ,- -____ Federal Tax -
Jr. Mrs. Frederick Gehan
Fagan, cousin of the bride- '

ti VY Zt electA Mrs.Mrs. James William G.Elmore Richardson, Mrs.,

reception will follow at __ :i1f William B. Watson, Mrs. William r

the Gainesville Woman's Club. Tucker Mrs. Mary Alice 1y ,
it : Parson, Miss Mary Frances y t i.
Bridesmaids Luncheon ., .. Tucker, Miss Anne GnQHAM CANDELAB f

Weaver, Miss Marion Youngs
The bridesmaids .luncheo- !
will be given .Friday at the fem..., ..k Miss Mable Reynolds, Miss Yours free,when you buy \t-

Gainesville' Golf and Country Mrs John Murray FadialFadialBarnum Louise Kincaid Mrs. Eleanor a Service for 8 \ .
Bode Browne.
Club. Hostesses are Mrs. \ In any regular design In
Mrs. Robert Bowers Mrs.
Clayton E. Hawk and daughter '
Charles A. Black A. E. \
Mrs. Andrew John Tem- r
Harp, "Mrs. Roy E. Tew,
ples. Mrs. John Baxter Miss Alice I ( 32 pieces \

tA' -a Following a church rehearsal Miss Jernsha Starr Barnum from Florida State Universityand McNairy, Mrs. Paul Kebab- \ Yes,tbs beautiful pair of Gorhain's most popular 4 :
became the bride of John is now a student in the ian Miss Eleanor Lucas .
k to be held Friday night Sterling Candelabra is yours at no extra cost. In -
4 ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wesley Murray Fadial on Saturday University of Florida Collegeof Mrs. Robert West, Miss Anne S I.cluded in this offer is Gorham's, newest sterling !\r.
: Rogers will be hosts at a re- afternoon in the Chapel of the Medicine. He is a memberof Jones, Mrs. Williamson Sin- J pattern. *regal,sumptuous La Scala, the ultimate '\_
| hearsal dinner at the Uni- Incarnation at the Universityof Kappa Sigma fraternity. clair Mrs. C. Addison PoundJr. \y' in pierced baroque design and craftsmanship. \:

versity Inn. Florida. Father Edward Following a wedding trip ., Mrs. Guy Hamilton, Mrs.A. \ L Payments.AI Low At OOc Per Week \ .
ti r< Berckman officiated at the to South Florida the couple A. Murphree. S.\ Per Place-Setting. :
Shower Is Given ceremony. will be at home 'at 1908 SW Those pouring coffee were \' No down payment no interest charges. \:
14th Terrace. Mrs. Dewitt Jones Mrs. H.BRIDESTOBE \
Miss Fagan was honored The bride is the daughterof \
recently at a miscellaneous Captain and Mrs. Charles \
shower given by Mrs. Barney Norman Barnum of Beaufort \--
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R. Colson Jr., Miss MarvinA. S. C., and the bride- ,
Brooker and Mrs. James groom is the son of Mr. and \
Frank N.
ji Whiting.The Mrs. Fred Fadial of Tampa. \ O ,n

honoree was presentedwith Given in marriage by her I announces his \ A N H

vtr a white carnation corsage father, the bride,wore a white w c "WEDDING"PACKAGE \ \ -

'",' and her mother and thebridgegroomelect's Swiss embroidered organdy PLAN" \ 9 H ,:
gown. Her illusion veil fell p y 9 l+ W a .8
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received pink carnation cor from a wreath of orange Including your engagement \ ; c cZ n \
Yti t' blossoms, which had been .. ;' ,,. photograph. Your formal! studio C Y rnt
sages. portrait. Made in studio in weds -
used in her mother's bridal a' \
= '' dress. And 8 informal When select of the
I < ding you one 3 Gorham Modern
Gifts of silver china, and veil. She carried a bouquetof
made on weddingday. 1 Living l\
photographs your Group patterns your gift is a pair of 614*
crystal were presented to white iris. candelabra, regularly sold for $46 Q5.FT.LAll \
Miss Fagan by the three f
l hostesses. Miss Beverly Joyce My $A5O \ prices are for 4 pc. place-settings and include \:
c Federal Tax. t
ers served as maid of hon
AU for only
r The punch table was cov- or. She wore a floor length \ t

ered with pink net over a gown of pale yellow silk or- \ \

pink cloth. An arrangement ganza, matching accessories $62.50 VALUE) \ \
t of white carnations and lilacs and a bouquet of yellow iris.
in a silver candelabrum with Richard B. Caspari of Pen- When you are ready to announce your engagement phonefor \
white tapers was used at one sacola was best man. Ushers an appointment stating that you want to take advantage of 1 5 cw lei 1S
t our "Wedding Package Plan" later we set the second
I t end of the table and a silver were Milo P. Gerber and appointment to make your formal studio portrait. and finallyon \
I punch bowl at the other. Sherrard L. Hayes. your wedding day we tell your wedding story in 8 lovely \
I White carnations and lilacs Mrs. Fadial was graduated informal wedding pk ographs. S rI,2tw4vtdj:4kGvIs4

in an antique container completed from Sophie Newcomb \ t

the decorations. College of Tulane Univer- : r

Before her marriage Wednesday evening in the Punch was served by Mrs. sity. She then was a Fellowof "Outstanding: Photography t
First Presbyterian Church, Mrs. John Matthew Brownett sister of the bride- the Mayo Foundation Rochester f
Fedison, above was Miss Virginia Kay Davis daugh- elect assisted by Mrs. Marvin Minn., and is now a In Gainesville Since 1933"

ter of Dr..and Mrs. George K. Davis. The bridegroomis Broker Jr., Mrs. T. W. graduate student at the Uni- ti 103 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE \
the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fedison of Hacken- Gause, and Miss Patricia versity of Florida. 'She is a FR 6-5323

Sade, N. J. The couple now on a wedding trip in Whiting. member of Pi Beta Phi soror- {i 821 N.W. 13th St. t tL MEMBER NATIONAL BRIDAL SERVICE

the southern part of the state, will establish a homein Mrs. Andrew John Temples ity.Mr. t.a t.j t.
Sarasota at 2875 Sequoia Lane. kept the guest book. Fadial was graduated

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Fagan, and John Douglas ated from Winter Park High
' WeaverHarpold Brides' BookFRIDAY Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Beaenbaugn-J am ison. School He attended The CHa-
,. Robert Wesley Rogers, 3 pjn. del in 'Charleston;' S.C., and
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell V uated from Gainesville Jligh
I May 1 Miss Sharon Elizabeth Fagan University Avenue Church of was graduated with honors
the School and the University of
Bedenbaugh announce
Christ. Reception following at
and their son, John Douglas from the University of Flori
Bridesmaids luncheon for
the Gainesville and Florida. She has taught at
and Mrs. Robert Woman's engagement approaching
Rogers, Mr.
Miss Sharon Elizabeth Fagan, da. He was a member of
Wesley Rogers, following 5pjn. Club. marriage of their daughter, John Corrie Junior High
bride- elect of John
Douglas Sigma Chi, and Sigma Tau, I
University School of Jacksonville .
rehearsal ,
12:30 Miss Lila Wendelyn Beden- t
Rogers, p.m.'Mrs. Clay- Freezer wrap chops in honorary engineering society.
- ton E. Hawk and her daughter Inn. baugh, to Frank J. Jamison is presently an admission offi-
pairs you are freez m, of Mr. and Mrs.FrankJ. The wedding .will.be solem-
Mrs. Andrew John Temples SATURDAY, May 2 er-storing them. Then it will son cer at the University Clinicsof
.; y Gainesville Golf and Wedding of Miss Sharon be easy to take out the num- Park.. Jamison Jr. of Winter the J. Hula Miller. Health nized the University May 16-at 7:30 M e t'P h m.odist in

." Country Chub.Rehearsal Elizabeth Fagan daughter of ber you need-two, four, six, Center. Church. All friends and rela
". dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. David Shytle eight and so on. Miss Bedenbaugh was grad- Mr. Jamison was gradu- tives are invited to attend.

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performed the double chose a turquoise sheath and
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adorned with all white had corsages of,pink roses.A I I'f
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: of silk organza and Alencon Serving the wedding cake
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: train. Her shoulder length :Miss M 1 C k 1 e Newbill of .. 'I 'ai .. j Ij I
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: was Gainesville. Punch was pour-
.. to an Alencon lace rose, trim- ed by Miss Jeanine Dahmannand
:. tried with pearls. She carrieda Miss Ann Wright. Miss [ SPRINGMAID yr
bouquet of green orchids Nancy MacDonald kept the LUXURYBLEACHED
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Sunday April 26, 1964 Gainesville Sun- _ 5B

I Luncheon a3.A.0. : 4w ENGAGEMENTS I II F Newlyweds Establish

Given ForBrideelect Their Home

saY Mr and Mrs. Robert Wilkie

YS IA Prestridge have established
.tacs' their home at 1116 SE 3rd

!r Avenue. Their marriage took

place April 11 at the home of

Miss Glenda Moon, bride- e S. the bride's parents, Mr. and
6 ..
elect of Barton Thrasher Jr. ; Y
w Mrs. Lyman Thomas, with
was honored recently at a y Rev. N. B. Langford Jr. offi

luncheon at the GainesvilleGolf ciating.

and Club. Host '
Country Ao. x The bride, the former Miss
esses for the occasion I :Sp"L
were j h r, .,. ,.. .", Mary Jeanett Thomas, was
Mrs. Herbert '
Stevens, Miss "
l H 1 ;' '" ,:. >:. :iv" given in, marriage by her
Jan Stevens, Mrs. John P aul 'i",
father. She white aft-
.... '- wore a
Jones Jr. and,Mrs:John Paul ,
Jones Sr. Miss Joyce Ana Oakley Miss Frances Jane Chesser ,rirp i Miss Dorothy Jeanne Davis Miss Clara Nell Long ernoon dress and a shoulder-
3 length veil and carried a

An arrangement of pink car- f : Davis-Aikin white orchid and Bible.

nations centered the luncheon OakleyWellsMAGGIE ,4 .(,; ':;;;?': :i > 7,Nand Miss Rita McCury, maid
of honor blue dress
table and place cards were k" wore a
VALLEY N. C. High School. She is employed : #, .d Gettysburg High School, re-
decorated with tiny silver .. ..,";p. Dr. and Mrs. George K. and a white carnation corsage
Mr. and Mrs. John Horace by Tampa Electric Co.; ": ; ceived his A. B. degree from William Hunt served best
bells and lilies of the valleyon \L'},: Davis announce the engage- as
Oakley of Maggie Valley, Dade City.
net.Carnation. Gettysburg College and his man.
N. C. of Dade Mr. Wells attended Vernon Miss Wienand ment of their eldest daughter -
formerly City, Linda Joyce Smith Margery M. S. and Ph. D. degrees in For her daughter's wedding

corsages "were announce the engagement of High School, Chipola Junior Miss Dorothy Jeanne 1960 from the S the bride's mother chose a

presented to the honoree, her their daughter, Miss Joyce College, and was graduatedfrom Davis, of Washington, D.C., PennsylvaniaState flowered blue jersey dress anda

mother, Mrs. Richard Jones, Ann Oakley, to Carl Max Florida State University SmithBushALACHUA to Dr. Arthur Coldren Aikia University. He is a white carnation corsage.A .
and Mrs. B. E. Thrasher, Wells, son of Mr. and Mrs. He is now a member'of member of Sigma Xi and
mother of the bridegroom- Hugh T.: Wells of Bonifay., the staff of the Florida Par- Mr. and Mrs. the Beta Club and is employed Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sigma Pi Sigma, honorary reception followedthe
Fla. ole and Probation Commis Joe Mitchell Smith of Ala- by Copeland Sausage Com C. Aikin of Gettysburg, Pa. scientific societies.

elect.Miss Miss Oakley attended chua, announce the engage- pany of Alachua.Mr. A late summer wedding is

Moon was given a gift _schools in Gainesville, and sion.Wedding plans will be an- ment of their daughter, Miss Bush, a graduate of planned.A After receiving his doc-
of china in her chosen Some good cooks like to use
pat- was graduated from Pasco nounced.ChesserSullivan. Linda Joyce Smith, to Pvt. Mayo High School, is stationed torate, Dr. Aikin worked fora
tern by her hostesses. Herman M. Bush, son of Mr. with the U.S. Armyat graduate of the P. K. year at the Centre Nationalede baked rather than boiled potatoes

Guests invited included the and Mrs. Marshal Bush of Fort Campbell, Ky. Yonge Laboratory School, la Recherche Scientifique, when making potato
the baked
They -
honoree, Mrs. Jones, Mrs.. Brandford.Miss Plans have been made fora Miss Davis was editor-in- Service d' Aeronomie, at the soup. have say potatoes
extra flavor
Thrasher, Mrs. James Smith will graduate June 6 wedding at the First chief of the school yearbook.She Observatoire de Meudon of and

Greene, Mrs. Joel Glenn,.Mrs. WILUSTON Mr. and ate of Williston High School, from Santa Fe High Schoolin Presbyterian Church of Ala received her B. S. degreein the University of Pans, texture.

Luther M cD 0 wall, Mrs. Mrs. W. C. Chesser of Willis- is now employed by Ryals June. She is a member of chua. journalism from the University France. He is now employed Paid Adycrtisin9&lY@

Wayne Sandefur, Mrs. Tom- ton announce the engagementand Plumbing Inc. of Gainesville.June of Florida in 1958, as a physicist in the Space
approaching marriage of graduating with honors. Miss Sciences Division of the Na- "t
my Ridgell, Carolyn 5 is set for the wed-
Janice Saxon their daughter, Miss Frances WienandBryantMONTGOMERY Davis is a member of Theta tional Aeronautics and Space
Ridgell, Miss ding, which will take place at .
Jane Chesser to John Sigma Phi journa-
Mrs. Walter Amelunke Mrs. honorary Administration's God dard
7:30 at the First Bap-
Charles Jones, Mrs. Lindley Lamar Sullivan, son of Mr. tist Church p.m. of Williston. A re- AlaMr.. former president of her lism fraternity, and served as Space Flight Center, Greenbelt -

Cellon, Mrs. John Hancock, and Mrs. John L. Sullivan of ception will follow the cere-. and Mrs. John Henry W i e n- residence hall. president of the UF chapter.She Md.

and Turner. Williston. and Jr. of Montgomery, Ala., also was selected to re-
Henry mony at the home of t h ebride's Miss Wienand is the grand-
ceive the first
chapter's an-
Miss Chesser gradualed announce the engagement of
parents. daughter of Mrs. Issac Lu- nual Theta Sigma P.hi Jour-
from Williston High their daughter, Miss Mar-
of the ther Davis, and the late nalism Award received the
and relatives
LittleWomen School. Friends gery Davis Wienand, to Will- ;
Mr. Davis and the late Mr.
Mr. Sullivan, also a gradu- couple are invited to attend. iam Oscar Bryant of 'Bir- Liliane R. Davidson Scholarship
mingham, Ala., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Wien for women her Junior
and Sr. The bridegroomelectis @})
S and Mrs. James Oren Bry- and Senior years and was.. IQ)
the grandson of Mrs. William
Long-Quincey i ant Sr. of Santa Fe Shores. elected to Kappa Tau Alpha, i! -
Pilkington of Callahan, journalism scholarship honor ;
Miss Wienand will graduatein and the late Mr.
OCALA Mr: and Mrs. America in Gainesville.The Pilkingtonof I the finest gift you
May from the Universityof Callahan, and Oscar Bryant ary.The
(Continued from Page %.B) Dutton E. Long of Ocala wedding will be an Alabama, where she is a of Tifton, Ga., and the bride-elect, formerly : can give. .

have announced the engage- event of June 28 at the First member of Theta Sigma Phi late Mrs. Bryant.Mr. employed as a news writer i
the Senior Club's quota of ment of their! daughter, Miss honorary, Alpha and medical editor for the A PORTABLE
Church of Ocala. journalism
Red. Cross Comfort kits Miss Clara Nell Long, to FrankS. Baptist Rho, radio television Bryant attended San Armed Forces Medical Jour-
pie a nor Matherly, (Mrs. Quincey, son of Rev. and Friends and relatives of the honorary, and adminis- Antonio Junior College and nal in Washington is now a e

Wayne Corbin) was 'presi- Mrs. Sam Quincey of Tren- couple are invited to attend. trative assistant of the cam- Jacksonville University. He writer-editor for the National' $4995 and
dent is associated with United up
and her mother, Mrs. W.
radio station. She is Institute of Child Health and

4 .Matherly, was' advis- ton.Miss Long was graduated Picnic TimeIs pus president of the Press Club Press International, wire ser- Human Development at the HANCOCKTYPEWRITER
President vice bureau
er. for 42-43 was as Birmingham
from Ocala High School and National Institutes of Health,
Mss Sara Norman, (M r s. manager.A EXCH.
Bethesda, Md.
Stetson She has
Lfodner Smith, Jr.) with Mrs. University. Time To late July wedding Is 431 N. Main it. FR 6-5551
been associated with the Mar
Palmer again as adviser. CookingIs planned in Montgomery. Dr. Aikin, a graduate of
ion County School system for

1)43-44) were gas rationing two years and is presently a Watch FoodIt's ,

years, so members and their physical education teacher at I

dates walked to and from the Fort Junior picnic time again. r,
King School
dancts. There was still "a formal of Ocala. She formerly FunMOUSSE @l1f100
: When foods @
dance each month with you prepare
taught at Chiefland High M08 l@
Angus Merritt providing the School. for a picnic take care to

music. Miss Emily ,Philips plan foods not subject to food AU CHOCOLATMelt
(Mrs. Harold Stringer), was Mr. Quincey has served in <
president and her mother, the U, S. Army and is now poisoning, advises Miss Pau- over hot (not boilin g)

Mrs. R. C. Philips was,adviser. assistant manager for the line J3rimhall, health education water i i-ounce package semi-

United Insurance Company of specialist, Florida Ag- sweet chocolate morsels. Re- SARONG PANTY GIRDLES
ricultural Extension Service. move from heat. Add 6 egg
yolks slightly beaten, with 2
What are some foods which .
Moed Prosan attract .organisms that poison tablespoons cognac. REGULAR AND LONG-LEG

food? Beat until stiff but not dry 6 ,. e1
whites and dash of salt.
egg a
Creamed dishes and chicken
Fold gently into chocolate 1 :4X 7

fish and egg salads, mixture. Pour into sherb e t bs :'. \ S ,;_. \ .i :5 SAr
precooked hams that are not
glasses. ChilL Serve with
thoroughly re-cooked, potato
'Q. plain cream. YIELD: 8 serv-
salad and custard-type pie
fillings are the chief offenders. ,

t I .- is { i!
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: picnicking, then keep them j : -
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P e packed eat. in ice until time. to Roaches t

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Make certain your picnic I Weterbugs : ri.4 rai I1iJ

foods sanitary are conditions.prepared If under you I Flees \ U 4 % lu tI; XiJ.64Y\ '

to to where,
plan go a place Ticks 3 $$rw
the water is not safe, carry I
: 3.
A your own water. 1

r s Miss Brimhall cautions you BedbugsMoths

w to include a first aid kit ; ::
S with your picnic supplies. Be I I $$3r4fl4 S
prepared to combat insect 1; Flies

bites cuts, burns, scratchesand 1

ti'- poisonous plants.A \I I

'- final reminder from Miss IeSpiders I

} Brimhall: Before lOU leave : ;! 4' M4

the picnic spot, douse jour ; Y f
k____ r" Kills Resistant I II
with water and
campfire Bugs II I 42S Th1e42* $bl,44$ Style 448Ca6ar

clean up all debris and gar- i I Contains I Paotr ardl tollx tooglq W ist5ne ,. waist! ePde
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tJL41 egg yolk in the egg whites PRi ICED

when you are separating the 1 ..t1 7' t&.it.tf I :

yolks from the whites you i f tascw. SARONG PANTY GIRDLES GIVE YOU
can remedy matters by touch- !.

ing the bit of yolk with a 20 N.W. 16th Ave ; EXCLUSIVE CRISS-CROSS COMFORT AND CONTROL :

S [ j 1I :UiL moist cloth. The yolk will FR 6-2661
stick to the cloth.
'! Sarong's exclusive Criss-Cross design front panels lift and support flatten

i&i1EUROPE tummy naturals Magic-Free-fii front panels adjust to individual wabt.to-<:rotd1
Mrs. David I. Mold length with no btodtng ever

Loog4Egpao tr giftIes ion; lbitooeiaAda*peIX tmbccfceo+ tsihouettetnderaflfesttjo ', .',
MIAMI Mr. and Mrs. David Miss Candy Sue Goodman, A : w. .

I. Moed were married April maid of honor, and Miss Sha- : :
; M abed eaade of C rf SPMIOGC elastic for ;
Sarong paDtJ aat ... q
18 at the DuPont Plaza ri Saslew, Miss Hazel Cohen ', .
{ 'I'C'elua: artaldaJ.daJalliecdaJ.Lcncer t - Hotel, of Miami with' Rab and Coher, and Miss
bi Morris A. Skop officiatingat Shirley Cohen, bridesmaids. OFFICIALMANUFACTURER'S S i

the ceremony.The All attendants wore aqua .. ........ .. aM..... .
1 rst..,............+adW..se...1r4.iwewta IsnAy
chiffon dresses and carried

bride, formerly Miss bouquets of apricot carnations. "- TAX-FREE PRICES f

Barbara Jean Prosan .is the .. F P

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike :Berkowitz served the Your A.S.TJL travel agent .

Milton Prosan of Miami bridegroom as best man. 1) handles all makes-he is unbiased .

,The bridegroom is *the son Ushers were Marvin Haven 2) handles EVERY detail incL toma-ihipn T:
J) sells at the lowest;tax-froectfuW, factory } Come where the fashion minded mold their figures
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Moedof Richard Prosban, Rich- 4) sells only cars built for rtgsttratton ta the-usA M ,

Gainesville. ard Eshitt Sheldon Gross- I) provide WORLD WiDE service andT choose the right garment for you with the oble ,.
The bride given In mar- man and Robert McClasky. -a warrantY accord* ta thegeneral cunuiadanrt' a 2
conditions.MOSOOr of trained staff of corse tie res. .
riage by her father, wore a A reception at the hotel followed assistance our .. '

candlelight pun de sol e the ceremony. I CAN SEKVt YOU tTTC* M nat JLltA Of TtAVO.O a.

gown, trimmed with beaded After a wedding trip to -.n,#r fktntr iiUtlt i4 frt fcttritaM. MIM BIK s fI I

Alencon lace, and featuring a New York City, the newlyweds WORLD TRAVELSERVICE THE STORE WITH MORE f fI

detachable train. Her matching will make their homeat GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER HOURS: 10A.M.-9 P.M.
Alencon lace headpieceheld 1327 NE 31st Avenue in : Z :
-a French illusion veil. Gainesville. The bridegroom o 1302 B-L Charge Central Charge LayowayI
She carried a bouquet ofwhite will enter the University PHONE FR 6.4611: : rft t i- I .

orchids and ivy, of Florida Law .

Atttadiatf the bride hij School to the falL .,:


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6B Gainesville Sun Sunday April 26,

CalendarOf .HOURS: 10 A.M. 9 P.M. MON. THRU SAT. : "- \;

EventsMONDAY ....,.,%..y. "
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: April 27
:4 Tea honoring Mrs Mark t :
president of the Florida Federation '
. of Woman's Clubs, 3pin. FOREEVRYONE
Gainesville Woman'sClub
.Federation of Women's Club, 1302 NORTH MAIN SI REEF
hostesses, Clubhouse. '/ "

- Gainesville Junior Woman's
:Club, Board Meeting 9:15: IISEERSUCKER .
:'am, Mrs. E. D. Mathews, ...
611 NW 34th Drive.

'American Legion Auxiliary ADVANCE SUMMER HATS

; Met ting 8 p.m., American SUMMER

Legion Home. />lb*_

-_ University City BridgeClub
7:30 p.m., University of $2.77 "
Florida Faculty Club, West
Newberry Road.SoroptimLst DRESS
Club of Gainesville REG.

program meeting, 6:30 1 .
p.m., Primrose Inn. 3988.98
G a i n e a vine Bridge Club, -
% ; rt .f'
'7:30: p.m., Recreation Center. .. .. M. ,.sr
Coffee honoring Mrs. James,

W. Kynes, 10 a.m. to, noon, .. .
The Edwin Peck Residence, -
: ; :
500 NW 23rd Street. ;
Deception for Mr. and Mrs. tt Many styles, many colorsin
James W. Kynes 6 to 6:30
p.m., Holiday Inn.Bell's cool, carefree fabrics
Nursery Board of Directors 1u
8 p.m., at the a Decors, hatlets,
school, 528 NW 7th Terrace. ;. pillboxes, brims
[Great Books Discussion t

Group, 8 pjn., Gainesville e Straw braids, ;

Public Altrusa Library.Club 7 p.m., Holiday organza, lace* ,
Inn.Crafts. Z hair braid, i
Workshop, Gaines- pique, lacy straws. .8OOf
vile Woman's Club 9:15 am. /
East Room of the Clubhouse. e Mostly summer .
American Association of Un whites, also I
iversity Women Evening In-
black, beige t and
terest Group 8 p.m. Mrs. Leon f
M. Henderson and Mrs. summer pastels.

Vera Jenkins at the Hender .
sons, 1521 NW 12th Road. )!;

WEDNESDAY, May 6 ...
Democratic Women's Clubof \
Alachua County, luncheon : xGREAT
Noon Green Room Holiday I t
Inn. Senator Beth Johnson,
Orlando, guest speaker.
Gainesville Bridge Club )
Holiday Inn.University. 't?,,
City Bridge # JEWELRY BUYS!
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'1 Sunday April '26'1964 Gainesville Sun 7S.

versity in the East Central
I.II' Florida area, will conclude) the meeting. In- District; Mrs. Lyle N. McAlis-
ir J Democratic Club to Hear Senator Johnson this interim coming officers are: Mrs. ter Fourth District and Mrs.
! i i _, she During is devoting her energiesto period George W. Rainbow, pres- Philip Flemion, Fifth District.
ident; Mrs. Edward P. Mc- Mrs. Lyle N. McAlister
/ ; the committees on Mental Lean, vice president; Mrs. president of the club, announces
f I 'Th Democratic Women's year Wednesday noon, May 6, speaker will be Mrs. George tion and Highway Safety Com tion which Senator:.Johnson Health, Traffic Safety, and George E. Wolff, secretary; that reservations for
I f/fr dub .Alachua Cpmty will in the Green Room of the W. (Beth) Johnson, Senator of mittee. introduced during the 1963 session the Higher Education Committee Mrs. Ralph B. Thompson, the luncheon must be made
: t hold its final meeting for the Holiday Inn. The luncheon the 19th District. Some of the major legisla- included: The" anti poll of which she is Chair- treasurer. by calling her, Mrs. George
of the Subcommittee
man on .
Senator Johnson's topic will tax resolution, the implemen- Role and Scope Planning.Mrs. The following district vice- W. ainbow or Mrs. GeorgeE.
\ Hither AndY be "Problems Facing the tation of the Kerr-Mills Law, Johnson is the wife of presidents will also be installed Wolff, by Monday, May 4.
i Luncheon tickets are $2.
it'r on Florida Legislature. the establishment of a research George W. Johnson, Orlando ; Mrs. James Wershow,
Mrs. Johnson has lived in ,4 ; center at Sunland Or- attorney. The couple has three First District; Mrs. L. J. All interested women in Ala. .
A B}Rum WEIMER Orange County for 29 years, lando, and co-introducer: ofa children and one grandchild. Benninger, Second District; chua County are invited to at.
\(' With a hazy mist ol\ rice and rose petals having over the where she was President of ;;' .;; bill, which created a uni Installation of new officers Mrs. David Chalmors, Third tend.1JWdq4.

1 i city as *a:record 'nuimer of weddings ,,and parties for bridal PTA and the League of. r
t Women and has 4
couples mark the monh, a round of J less formal entertaining served
(. on the boards of many
is beginning for visitors, x I
charitable organizations. .r gHA
I Mrs. Geoffrey Dammra from Down1 Under is here for an Senator Johnson served on '- I
I extended visit with her bister, Mrs. Hayford Enwall, and Mr. the Orlando Planning Board -

i Enwall. A resident of MJvin' ,-Victoria. Australia, Mrs. Dam- for seven years and In the <:1,
1 men flew up in a little less than fight hours. She stopped Florida House of Representatives ; w; '
I in Los Angeles, then t etted across.. the United States to from 1957 until her elec-
Jacksonville where the nwalls met her last Sunday. tion as Florida's first woman
1- Senator in 1962. Mon., Tues., Wed. Noon
The two sisters four absence for g
are caching up pn years 7 '
In the Senate, Mrs. Johnson
it was four years ago then Mrs. Enwall went home for a was recently. appointed chair- f 521 NW 13th Street
visit. Mrs. Dammen will|be joined here in June by Mr. of
man the University and In- r
Dammen, now in Europe on a business trip. The two will
stitutional Training Subcom ONE PKG. OF 8 .
York to the World'sFair
go on to Washington and then Near see "
.mittee of the Legislatice Coun-
before embarking oi t theirs* .homeward way by boat. cil's mental Health CornBETH JOHNSONAROUNPfbeWOTOP n twa YWIENERS" All Meat! :, "EVERFRESH"

chairman of the Tansporta- DOG
Two Norwegian visitors Vho art sightseeing and loving ev HOT

ery minute of their stay n_ Gainesville/ are Mrs. Sigrun "
Engebretsen and Miss Sidqet Engebretsen of uslo, house- I I BUNS
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willi n M Fox.
Mrs. Fox is a niece and ?respectively of the two travelers T
who will be here uitil this weekend. Then they too -
leave for New York to see U* Fair. Iwoses+ ..
Introducing her guests to:Gaaiesville friends has been one WORLD
of Mrs. Fox's joys but introducing them to our supermarketsis CRUISES with each purchase
J an "overwhelming"expert 1ce.' FULL C
This week several infernal courtesies will be given to
I honor the two. Mrs. Rober&F. Head plans a bridge luncheon LB.
J.. Monday at her home; MrsJAlIen DeLaney will have a small sR 3Q y'Y' 3 v
luncheon at the Country Cub on Tuesday and Mrs. Robert PKG.
Cline will give a' swimminS party at her home on Wednes-

day. J
After their vacation her the two visitors will return to '

their professional careers;,Mrs. Engebretsen is owner-di- ,
( )
rector of an import firm is Oslo and her daughter is a host _

ess for Pan American Air Lines flying the Europe-Far and There's so much to see and do on a Four Winds World
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Cruise that it takes this 16-page brochure to describe itl!

Possibly "feeling like vJ ors" are Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Nel- Mail coupon below for your free copy!

ler, who arrived home fron' Bogota, Columbia, South America 55 exciting days from $2295.4 sailings monthly "FOLGER'S"INSTANT FABULOUS DETERGENT! ..
after six-month home and
a stay They came Tuesday -----------------------
With a hazy mist of rice and rose petals hanging over the rI WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE ,
I ily for several weeks befo going on to their mountain home loa W. UNIVERSITY AVE. ;
near Hayesville. C.- for tie summer. I rcUR@ PHONE '6-4641 J .. .
4, '* Nam p "F AI" ..

I Another person glad tojbe( home is Mrs. W. S. Dorsey i WINDS AMrtn.I I
Sr1, who was discharged from Alachua General Hospital as .__..
} ..... .... .. .. .. COFFEE.LARGE
Thursday after a 10-day s iy. Mrs. Olin Davis came over r 0u.> Mttn>t tWTtt ( or ret -Mn>vn me it J
i from St. -Petersburg-to* b with ,her mother and may stay SIZE
on until June 22.when M p. Dorsey will celebrate her 91st
birthday. C 6-OZ. JAR
t 4't(1Vr'
hN Flying home to attend fiueral services for their mother, the
late Mrs. Hazel Morgan jere her daughters, Mrs. CharlesB.
Carroll, the'-former Qth Morgan and Mrs. Thomas

Campbell, the former.Ann Morgan. They flew from Ansbach c
Germany to Beckley, Va.,were services took place. rear .
Mrs. Carroll will be joinid here soon by her husband, who ;
will be discharged from tie U. S. Army and will be employed
by RCA 'Victor in Trenton, N.J. Charles Is the son of HERITAGEGALLERIES -
Dr. and Mrs.-W.. R.Carroll.;' .

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Club Notes /It) .
Bridge '\ -..

s, G I I.1'I (LIMIT: On* With. Your $3, .or More, Order Muse) (LIMIT: One With Your $3, or Men Order Pfem) :
By RALPH H., BLODGE7T There were nine tables in the I

The University City Brttge competition.Mrs !, "Mr. G" FROZEN w
Club held'its regular<::duplicate / Jules Wetekamm and :
at' the University Fax Mrs. E. N. Edris were second
( game :
ulty Club on Monday eien-- with 108%, Mrs. W. E. Baring- FRENCHFRIES w
ing. Mrs. M. Herget and er and Mrs. J. E. Moore third i
Mrs. Genevieve Stern vere with 107V4, and R. A. Bennett &E1'
the happy winners In 'I the and D. W. Bowman fourth a I M

North-South direction. ?irs.D. with 107. ,
R. Frazier and S., L. Mrs. Herbert Stern and decorator service.
Williams took second place, Mrs. K. H. Kent were the M
r and Miss Carol 1\ Ruppert land East-West winners with 138%, m .. -
Miss Joan Yeny were third.Dr. Second place went to Mrs.
R. I. Johnson and R. H. L. Gray and Van A. May, Da t
who had 117% third to Mrs. I. :
W. Jones led 1..11 the East liic I
W. T. Zeanah and Mrs. E. '
West pairs, but[were closely
\ followed by Mr Jones and D. Mathews with 112 and Mr. 9OZ. C :: :
'I Mrs. Edna Young Third wentto and Mrs. R. N. Livingston l ** L
Mrs. Gwen Dulaney and tied for fourth with W. D. PKG. "' .sSTALK :
Mrs. C. Engel. Ceely, Jr. and Miss Sybil An- $E| OUR OAIIY TV SHOW WESH TV 2 8 15 AJABlOCKER *? '"J, *- _

At Weed Hall (Wednesday derson% both pairs having 105- -- -:
and (
evening, Ron Schpenau and The club will meet again at I 'J3PLEASE : :t .. :
1 Jim Brenner won'first place 7:30 tomorrow evening at the -
J by a match point over Mr. Recreation Center. Visiting CO. ,. QCAtA --
and Mrs. S. L. W' ams. Har- pairs' are invited.
ry C. Boardman and the Fresh Flo. Grade A Large -

I I writer place. languished Garrard i' In third and I. FIRST TIME IN GAINESVILLE E G G S LUNCH"MIXORMATCH"f MEAT SALE! :

Mrs. L.
honors in the Els West dir- 39t Z1 '. ALIVE LIVER-CHEESE -::
ection. Second wont to Mrs.R. do:. s f .

f W. Jones and Mrs, Harry (Limit 2 with order please. ._ MZ2...A..I. :: 1 :
Warfel, and third to D. R. -- -
Frazier and R. W, Jones. and CONTESTAT
A flc
The club meets tomorrow SO EXTRA 2- ,6-OZ. I
at 7:30 p.m. at the University kith this coupon and ic.Isj:1Ia; : PKGS. 7 !
the purchase of !
Faculty Club on Dewberry r IR '
1 I
Road and again on Wednesday COFFEECAKE :
at 7:30 p.m. fct Weed The SILVER SHOP ..:- rq- -
Hall, 107 NW 15th \Terrace. 15-ox. Pkf.79c :
All interested bridge, playersare I "WESTERN" FRESH 'N LEAN! -
invited to attend and -
1129 West University Avenue Coupon Good of "THRIFTWAY" Only -
compete. r thru Wt& April p : I
Dr. and Mrs. E. R Woqd-I FRIDAY MAY '1st --
ward ran away from he rest I -..
of'the North-South field in fie i I
Wednesday evening touria- /'i'l Continuous 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 50 EXTRA GOLD STEAKS ,, :
mint of the Gaitesvtle 4t WDVH live remote 3:30 to 6 p.m. win the this pwrcfia coupon of and --

Bridge Club at the Eollcay < Judging at 6:00 p.m. ExhkE.. of BOND -
Inn, amassing 140V4 map CENTEK CUT" :
points over an 108 av.raHDCClub e. :r .PROFESSIONAL MODELS PORKCHOPS STAMPS -
:r-, : Featuring Patti Bridges nationally known Ar :
professional model from Houston Texas. Coupon G od at THRIFTWAY" Only -
r y tfirv Wee, April 2t LB. :
See Movies I Open to all girls, anywhere in Florida, who -
have parent's permission to use photos instore's --
I .i I.
Ho4pemonstraticn promotion. r
The Gainesville -, ff -
Club mjet .jctntly JUDGES: r -
for'a luncheon" 'meeting geld at I :*kJ 4 $ : Mayor Howard McKinney Lr.... "ALL PURPOSE" "HUNT'STOMATO :

the UnlvenIty-Inn. i"I j : Mrs. Myrtle Cherry of Cherry's Dress Shop .. ,. :
George entitled Tdma "Sea pleated} Belt I ISaf I .. #,.,' *# Mr. Joe Cox. Supt. of Distr., Utility Dept. : r !! ...7 a KRAFT
iwofilms, <;. 1 Attorney Ted Duncan -W SAUCE
anJP'Beautiful aines-
ty'i..'. __-. C. G. Mixson. Jr., Gainesville Paper Co. .
ville". OIL I
Mrs. Doke Mims was'elected -i; ,PRIZES! : Bring Your Bikini or Wear One of Ours You May Win The Jo model forthe clubs\t the FIRST PRIZE-$50 Bikini, Imported From Hawaii For This Show
May Dress Revue. 4' SECOND PRIZE-$IS Worth of Merchandise From The Silver Shop ,.. 6, quart
Guests present were |"Mn.I I THIRD PRIZE-$10 Worth of Merchandise From The Silver Shop bon e s Sg: jar 49 2 cans29c
Alice Pearson of the .1 n e
t ta
a k Grove Club, and Mrs. arles' "ENJOY A FREE PEPSI and favors for the children while you see the lovely wr
Whitehurst of the Mionopy girls in their_bikinis." -Mgr. Eunice Worthington I

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I NEW YORK (AP-A) 19-year. said, Whitmore admitted killing 4 APRIL 2.9. 1964 !
J old unemployed laborer was 46-year-old Minnie Edmonds, a 4 % I
, charged with homicide today in i Negro, stabbing her twice in the
the brutal slayings of career; face and twice in the chest. I PUBLIX I : '' a ;i iY 1

girls Janice Wylie and Emily:Later he told them he had .. J di
Hoffert last Aug. 28 in their slain Miss Wylie and Miss Hof .r bi y

upper East Side Manhattan:.fert. S .*
apartment. i I Ij
Police Whitmore in MARKETS
The suspect, George Whit-I I. a
statement, said that on the
more Jr., a Negro, stood pokerfaced
in Brooklyn Criminal morning of the double murderhe I 1
went by subway from Brooklyn j
Court as he also was charged w r j
to 42nd Street, Manhattan, e 3 z. .a
with homicide in the stab slay.
I and somehow got to the East
ing of a Brooklyn woman April -
[80's where the girls lived in a ; $ tc
14.Whitmore was arrested Fri. $2 -month, furnished three- .a
day morning in connection withan I room apartment.
attempted purse snatching, Whitmore was quoted as say Y
i ing he got into the apartment
on a Brooklyn street the day be-j .
fore. i i.:building by a rear stairway and
:saw the door of apartment 3C 1 i
During questioning, policeYouthNiglit SARASOTABRAND

ajar.Whitmore's statement said he I : .,;;ct
i entered the apartment, made ((21/2-5 Ib. Average)' :
I his way to the kitchen and was % :
I"rummaging around" when ;
Gets Janice came out of the bath CORNED
! Rough I room wearing a towel, saw him, iirinmis
and screamed.The tJ
statement said be pickedup BEEF .5
night erupted into full-blown %
a soft drink bottle, struck her
melee Friday night at the Pitts
with it until she was unconscious -
burgh-New York baseball .
then tied her.
Forbes Field. Three persons When Miss Hoffert returned;
were arrested.hurt and four youths were the statement said. Whitmore 69C SWIFT'S PREMIUM TENDER-GRO N
I I also struck her with a bottle
Minor disorder simmered I Ii and tied her. But she came to SHIPPED, GOVT-INSPECTED, FRESH NO FROZEN .
pin 100 extra fm S&H Green Stamps with tttpen
i throughout the game, and whenit and started to scream.
was over, hundreds of unruly Whitmore's statement said he '
teen-agers swarmed onto the then got three carving knives FRYER QUARTER SALE
field and ripped numbers from from the kitchen and stabbed
the Scoreboard.A Miss Hoffert repeatedly. Police
said Whitmore told them he
Pirate official called it the also stabbed Miss Wylie but for -"
worst trouble ever experiencedat no apparent reason.
Forbes Field. Police said the Whitmore further was quotedas :(witf ribs)' I ::

disturbance had no racial over saying he then thoroughly
tones. washed the knives and -his breast quarters

Police said there appeared to hands and left the apartment, .
be no specific cause for the getting to the street by the rear IO xmlO
trouble, indicating it was just a: stairway of the building. EE lb.1. r
mob of youths in a devilish Whitmore is 5 feet 9 and GreenCORNED Sf or leg quarters

mood.So weighs about 140 pounds.His ... ....... ...- .& ..... I
strong was the threat of brother, Gerald, 18, told ..,....t.a ..u 2i--J ... awrue ,
trouble that park attendants!newsmen that Whitmore came BEEF ., ", ,,
rushed onto the field immediately -'to New York from Wildwood, Ib. 69c Swift's Pfemiura
after the game to protect:N. J.. with other members of .. '.. esIrtsW.d. April 2*. I m Sliced Bologna I.
the bases and the batting cage his family in 1961. Most of the ASSORTED FLAVORSJELLIES
in the outfield. family returned to Wildwoodlast 12-or. <

Even Joe Brown, general December. IOOREd IO.O pkg.
manager of the Pirates, dashed Their parents and a sister, Smucker' tyke s.: ,k Cr.k
onto the field and tried to chase Geraldine, 17, now live in Wild- Jftl Green IC s
away .the youngsters. The public wood. The three brothers in the Stamps. Wle ers
.idl hts.oepa ad-
address announcer pleaded Family, George, Gerald, and I '
with the teen-agers to leave the Shellie; 23, have been living in PRILL CONCENTRATE SHAMPOO 312pkg- $1
park. New York. large ,size 89c ,
Police and park attendants Miss Wylie, 21, an aspiring .x ir.. W.d.. April M, fit ._,
actress and niece of author ta
eventually brought the trouble
under control. Philip Wylie, was employed at down province lane 0
The club said 13,117 youths Newsweek magazine. Miss Hof 10-os.: I
Er.lft l 0 0 3 69
' paid 50 cents to get Into the I fert 23, was a teacher. They 10 Jars
a third-floor apartment
There also
were 7,903
adults in attendance. Pittsburgh:on East 88th Street with a for Jfl; Green Stamps
won the game, 94. mer college roommate, Patricia ..e'IW..pee e.d,.,cM '" plus 50 extra free SAN Green Stamps with coupon CELERY


Hawaii Gives I ...:-your Wd choice April M. Z..4 q '
SS stalk 5cXTR


(AP) -Caucasians INSTALLED 50 FREE 50 e dairy specials 9
have overtaken the Japanese -

as the predominant race' FREE ESTIMATES Jfj Green Stamps Breakfast ClubMargarine _. ,_
in Hawaii for the first time in I .tit t.epo.eed peda..6

report by the State Depart- 17.0:. pkg. 89cxpirM .
COMPLETE f LUMIING Lucky Whip DurtTopping
ment of Planning and Economic W.d. April 29, lt4 PENNY-SAVER
SERVICE l P5IJI'. )... 9Y.z-or.: 1
Development Friday added thatHawaii's mmmmmmFREEOOO .. .. .. .an 49 I
population has soared GATORPLUMBING ,
11.7 per cent since 1960. ,
The population now is 714,092 50 e frozen foods eMinutt ptt g. 39c or ,
including 25,602 military personnel S
and dependents. Jw Green Stamps
901 WALDO RD. .iAldeaoe0aaeelparbea.F; ; M.yOrange .
Caucasians comprise 36.5 percent !

Japanese of the 29.1 resident per cent.population, Phone 372-4657 SMUCKEJtt 3 10-os.ASSORTED fort 69c JELLIES Delight 3 12 cans oz. $1 GIANT FAB '

apir.. WwL. April 20, 1K4opp

gjfl e in our grocery dept. s PL9REEA 9 49c '

Libb,'. PiAeeppb-Grepefrak
F limit t per customer with Purcheses of $3.00 If mare
Green stamps Fruit Drink . ca? 19 ..

f Ltbby't Bcrtlen L

rx' .DASH 6 .toll DOG cans. FOOD 98cx Pear Halves I .. 303 can 29* BREAKFAST CLUB GRADE "A" FLORIDA <;;
iT* Wed* A ril 2e. JM4ammoAPAmoji
I : l 1 Sm .*(i .r CruiKhy Swift' Ox 1

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reg. size 89c ;
rw April 29. 1M4Qooooooooooooooooo S :f: a
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tpina w.d. April M. 1K4

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r::;:, wir.. "'.... A.-tI 21. SIM rI STORE HOURS: 9 a.m.-9 Jm.i Mon thru FH.

. & Loan Association O Wi1QP9i1Q O S 9 am.porn.. foe.Soturdoy

of Gainesville I hemzstrained IPton's chickennoodle I chin ita Ig.pafna BORN IN APR L? _

220 NORTH MAIN STREET PH. FR 2.8495 I baby foods soup rice TIME TO REN -;";;
Free Parking In Rur Drive-Ia Window"A : s

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I Sunday April 25, 1964 Gainesville Sun _.9G
: chives; "AnastasIa"'(Anastasia) I(Garnett) parable of the Air Force Bows to Mink i 1a a
-At-The Library I!-autobiOgraphy of the Grand I story of the ark, with twin I !

f i Duchess of Russia, covering her girls as the main characters; I EVERETT, Wash. (AP-Op-) temporary alteration in takeoff
w"Tie early life to her escape from "Too Young to be a Grandfather" -,eration Hush is under way at' and landing courses. I l
title Girls, by Elizabeth inen) stories of outstanding Russia "Foundation for living" AREYOUR
Bowen I ; (Temple) humoroustale Paine Air Force Base and the .
Knopf, 1961.
American Art Collectors
of the ) life of Charles
i (Young -
order of the day is: Please do
"We were entrusted to one last 70 years; "The Great Col-Stewart Mott, top executive at of family relationships; not frighten the mink. Some plants are able to ,'i(1 j ( )
another by chance, not lectors" (Cabanne) the ad-II General Motors. "A Schoolmaster with the Black- thrust themselves through frozen .
choice. .Entrusted to one an- ventures of 10 Europeans, 2 'FICTION feet Indians" (Gold)- stories Fifty local mink ranchers appealed : :
other before we knew." This Americans in collecting worksof from the Blackfoot Reservationin i to the Air Force for quiet soil in the spring. >,r V ;
art "A Montana "Prize Stories ; until the spring crop of mink is .. ,
is the adult Clare speaking ; Concise. History of "Fair Day's Work" (Monsarrat ; -
whiTe'she sits by the bedside of Russian Art" (Rice) historyof )" a story of labor prob- 1964" short stories that won born. They said loud noises The old-fashioned remedy for .. .J, :
Dinah, while the third mem- Russian art from the 10th lems, built around the sailing of the 1964 O. Henry Awards; I sometimes frighten baby mink "spring fever" is two ouncesof t
ber 'of the triumvirate, Sheila, century to the post-revolutionary a ship which is threatened by "Darkwater" (Eden) novelof to death. sulphur two ounces of molasses / i
dines below with Dinah's adult period. strikes; "Martha, Eric, and romance and suspense on The Air Force agreed to a mixed. A ; !I Ir
sans. These three have been George" (Sharp) sequel to an English estate; "Frame-Up" ., ..
brought together in late middle BIOGRAPHY "Martha in Paris," with a surprise (Garve) a murder investigated I AM A HAPPY CARPET '
after of ending "Two by T w o" by Scotland Yard.
age a separation trs. L B J (Montgomery) ; INSTALLER!
fifty years,. at Dinars' insistence -first informal biography of I : 'C
in order to dig up a box Mrs. Johnson; "Samuel Sewallof
in which each had once placeda Boston" (Winslow) biography -I STABLE & DIGNIFIED Color Me Happy!
secret treasure...Finding the! of an outstanding citizenof I
box empty; Dinah collapses, ,the Massachusetts Bay Colony i You Will Be Happy Too
aware for_the first time in her ; "The du Fonts of Dela- Keep your Tax Assessor's ; With A Carpet From A
life apparently, that if she ware". (Carr) the story of ty x ; office operating in a stable
was not there-where was she? the du Pont,family since their : and dignified manner.
The plot of the novel,, deals settling In America in 1800;
with the reunion of the three "Golda Mel (Syrkin) the KEEP J. PIERCESMITH I T 4
women. The theme appears to life of Israel's foreign minis- 2 E i
be the surviving emotional bond ter: "Ferdinand Magellan" : BEDDING & CARPET CENTERS\ "'">" :
between them. As this is,play- (Daniel) definite biography -I
818 W.
Unirersity Are. FR 2-0441 TERRELL -
ed out we learn the individual based on material recently I
histories of their lives. A beau- discovered in Portuguese ar ___ ___ (Pd.Air.) I; .
tifully written mid-section flashes I If'J
back to their childhood rela-
tionships and introduces the -
families"whose interactions and
influences are clearly evident! O

fifty years later. : .<. .
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Clare has become a compe- J :
tent business woman, Sheila a jt i'e
well-married chic matron. Each t Ni I Ii
has matured into an individual ;
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31 1
capable of coping with her Ba "
deficits. Dinah is : -'
own an enig : PLANS
ma. Widowed, well-to-do, pleased :
with her sons, and possess- .
ing many friends, she is im- : -

pelled intense into emotional activities meaning which have for ..'.....-' :. COMPLETE -

her alone. She is able to I ,. ; t
achieve the cooperation of p
others,even though this cooperation -
is'grudgingly given. tIN

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: By REID POOLE "The world's greatest orchestra. -
." Newsweek Magzine J tHy tutu
, Head, Department of Music
: University of Florida "Surely the greatest orchestra -
I in the world." Irving FRYER
This column tries to avoid irresponsible Kolodin, The Saturday Review i QTR.
: superlatives and to "What a beautiful, unbeliev-
give its readers reliable Information ably responsive instrument this 1
Rudolph Elie, Boston Herald
t! : abou the musical scene 1

I ,' :In Gainesville and at the Uni-! *'. utter perfection .you

t| versity of Florida and, occasionally heard everything from top to LEGS or BREASTSPRICE _
bottom of a score, the section
opinions. As for the J\ S
I balance was that fabulous. With ;
I -of superlatives, they may run 7
all these glories of sound and tSfYAY
I { :rampant in the case of the Philadelphia fine details, I did at last feel a grettable that we are having I
: Orchestra, conducted 3
bit like the country mouse'accustomed -
the somewhat
\ -by Eugene Ormandy, which will this orchestra during -
t Florida : to tranquility and fallow period of Trimester SGOOO THRU .
t :appear .
( plainer fare. Cyrus Durgin, WEDNESDAY .
20. HA, rather than during the NOON \
t" hon Wednesday, May Boston Globe .
I more well populated Fall or
t | I Persons who know of the qual- "A superb orchestra an :Winter Trimesters. However, :i s t 7C
L I Ity of the Philadelphia Orches- orchestra of virtuosi who add tip the opporutnity must be seized
i I Itra, through having heard it in to splendor." Claudia Cassidy when it is possible to obtain QUANTITY RIGHTS j. SrA
i :person or through some of its Chicago Tribune such a fine 'group. RESERVED
s -more than 250 recordings, will "Any orchestra is the reflection I
r[" need no urging to attend the of its conductor, and the All tickets for the Philadelphia ..:< f LADY FAIR Sweetmilk or Buttermilk
i .May 20 concert. For listeners Philadelphia Orchestra is Mr. Orchestra performance are S
who have not heard a great or- Ormandy's masterwork its 200. All seats are in reserved : BISCUITS 6/49
J chestra in person, let me urge present excellence is his sections in Florida Gymnasium; F \, i
'; ".that you not miss this oppor- achievement alone one can- the earlier you purchase, y our .... "
rt tunity; you will have an experience -,not conceive the Philadelphia tickets the better your seat lo- ;; i :' ,. Psi PLUMROSE CANADIAN
which will be a revelation. Orchestra without him." Al- cation will be. Tickets go on t ':4' ,
... bert Goldberg, Los Angeles sale Monday, April 27, at the Information BACON 3LBOH$279
Booth the steet
Times across .vA
Radio and the best of high fidelity .
Irving Kolodin, writing in the from the Hub on the University .l.j '.' II W -

:. job recordings for us. However do an excellent thedifference Box spring,"stated of 1963 the in following"The :Music Non campus- University, daily from ticket 1 to buyers 4:30. '1IIIIIIIIIIi. I Ilt"r I!!JlJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIII! !!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1111111!

between reading
"The Orchestra will have no problem drivingon
about a beautiful sunrise,and Philadelphia the campus after 3 o'clock.IS f
-actually seeing one.' In short hasn't,:opened a_new hall ,this
year (Me the Philharmonic, it I I -
there can be no comparison, and doesn't have a new conductor SAVE the recorded performance can-
(like the Boston) nor has its
not. match the live performance. leader been honored with a cover "MINIMUMWAGE" ''

Here is what some of the story on a national newsmagazine : i.2iSS1)T4F) WAX PAPER I 100 Fi" RC1 U 9
jurorld's most stringent critics (like the Cleveland). N
t have said recently about the All it has done this past winteris
Philadelphia Orchestra ls!" to give the most concerts ever IMPORTANT TO :
t. in the history of its visits to New FLORIDA? ALL VARIETIES BANQUET FROZENDINNERS
York of which four, five or six i

t EarthquakeSite were, without question, the four, !
five or,six most beautiful ex- 2 89c.
amples of orchestral artistry FOR

: Being heard here this season t"14pllllll
"The point of it all worth re- ,.,
: marking about, is that unlike

.I -., ClearedOut, ups other and orchestra downs_ ,which rises _have and had declines -I lUnc'""""' 1 fwt IS- _. ;llll lll1 e..V:

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP- brilliant periods followed _
The buildings are coming downon by 're organizations," the

Anchorage's Fourth Avenue Philadelphia has been the Philadelphia .. .
:where a four block stretch of for'all the years since + .
the business district was Stokowski began his work in .Y
jumbled by the March 27 earth- 1912. Not perfect then and per- '_- '
quake.A haps not 'perfect' now, but always I : FRESH FIRM RIPE
with the commitment to tltt
pile of rubble Is about all perfection, without which even S
that remains as demolitioncrews the near perfect is impossible."The .
remove the wreckage. men know it, believe in TOMATOES
The powerful quake caused a it, work for it, and they even HEAR AND SEE
giant earthslide along the ave- achieve it now and then. For BRA1LEYODHAM
nue, dropping bars, penny arcades this the people of Philadelphiaowe I
and shops 11 feet into a an enduring debt to Sto- /
wide fissure. kowski for showing how it could -
f be done, and to Ormandy for ; _
Candidate for U. S. Senate
It was one of the most.widely proving that such a standard
pictured scenes immediatelyafter can be sustained without slavish Channel 12Tonight I __

the quake. devotion to the predecessor." ;, II -_ S (
Now contractors working for The University of Florida Ly-
ceum Council deserves much : _IJ
6:30-7 _
the Army Engineers are demolishing p.m. -
: credit for its enterprise in bringing _
ii. the buildings and hauling _
the Philadelphia Orchestrato I Pol. Ad Pd. By Bralley Odham # --.S
the pieces.
way w
Gainesville. It is perhaps re- -5------ /
l The future of the sunken area I r CTNS _
remains uncertain, pending I IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE-
further soil,foundation tests._ _
A downtown urban repewal

proposal, approved; tentatively ? : R. D. "Bob"JORDAN :i-_
.by the City Council,.would-convert '. .- --..-. .- .. .. ,
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as an earthquake' tourist- ,
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Customer Hard to Please ExDirectorOf Kelly Due HereWith COURTEOUS

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I FireworksOne HARRY EVANS Will Treat ,f I

Speak HereThe You With Courtesy I I'I
j k At All Times i I

.. responsibility mankind of Florida's campaigning be provided. 'I F Vote For ;

A 6 .iY faces in making the word candidates for governor is The Lakeland candidate w ill
exhibit fireworks : HARRY EVANSof I
sure to some
N E "health" mean more than just present a brief outline of his
I here W e d n e s day night. Real
the absence of illness will be platform during the rally, with
emphasis on the state's university Superintendent SchoolsPd.
described Monday at the Uni- I Scott Kelly's county campaignco system. ( Adv.)
.7 I versity of Florida by a former chairmen, Bob Saundersand

director-general of the World Jack Williams, said th e i r ..
r a ok3, will at Citi-
i appear
7n Health Organization of the
zen's Field on the same program
United Nations. NOTICE lotheDIscriminating
K # L ') n na w as "the most spectacular '
___ i1 c z-: : Brock Chis- fireworks[ display staged in I!
; r wlm, MJX, a : Gainesville since Gator GrOw1.1
Canadian psy-
r ( chiatrist It'll be Kelly's sixth, possibly .
associated -
f last, public appearance
with WHO Home Maker
here before the
3 May primary
i since its inception -
elections, said the co-chairmen
i will discuss -
,I the "Ex. and, they plan a fitting climax,
_3, panding Concept starting at ft:15 p.m. who Insists on only the finest in home refrigeration can geta

of Health" in a They said the fireworks display 2door refrigerator In almost any store for only $179.95 .
r publIc lecture '" produced by Florida Pow. and it would be a good refrigerator.
at 12530: p.m. in der Co., will be short-enough to
v the auditorium of the J. Hiiiii allow youngster to view before
bedtime and musical entertainment
Miller Health Center. BUT.
and free refreshments will '
This time-honored sales slogan is one of the final reminders of the past to He will outline the responsibility S

withstand the wrecking crowbars in a whole block of buildings being razed'at of a soclety which can If you wont a VERY GOOD REFRIGERATOR one that
8.E.lst Street and S. E. 2nd Place (Sun Photo by Tommy Lewis). no longer afford to ignore the Reception Never
Needs and which
fact that human health Involve Defrosting, Replaces Every Ice Cube

not only-medical, but social and I Slated Here You Use Automatically No trays to fill No messy spillsto

Tryouts Today for Ibsen mental well-being. clean up. -'

His lecture is sponsored Jointy THEN COME IN AND SEE A VERY GOOD REFRIGERATORby

Little Theater 1 by the University Public ForKynes RCA WHIRLPOOL I
Play by Functions and Lectures Com

a. mittee and the College of Medi A public reception for Attor
Tryouts for "An Enemy of way) a middle-aged man; Catherine ney General Jimmy Kynes will

the People," by Henrik Ibsen, his wife (played on cine.A be held here Tuesday at the
recipient of five honorary
adapted by Arthur Miller, will Broadway by Florence Eld- doctorates from universities Holiday Inn.

be held at the Gainesville Little ridge); Petra, their daughter, a In France, Canada and the Ned Cannon, county campaign
coordinator for Kynes, said the
Theatre, 4039 N. W. 16th high school teacher; Mortew and United States, Dr. Chisholm is reception ii scheduled from 5
Avenue, at 2:30 Siiif, their minor roles the author of "Prescription forSurvival"
1\m I glad today p.m. sons, until 8:30: p.m.
young teen-agers; Kill, elderly; and ""Can People Kynes, seeking election to the
Production dates are May 29, Learn to Learn?
father of Catherine self holds
that I found out in time that styled post he now by appoint.
independent agent makes The'Big an 30, June 4, 5, 6. Eight men, 2 hero; Billing and Hovstad, He was director-general of meat is expected to arrive in
Difference in insurance! His con. boys, 2 women are needed for young men, editor and reporter medical services for the Cana. Gainesville d u r 1 n g the afternoon .
turning, personal attention to my the cast. There are also 12 bit for the local paper; Peter dian infantry during World WarII following completion of a
insurance needs" saved me thousands parts (two women and 10 men). Stockman, brother of Dr. Thomas and later serod the Canadian -state cabinet meeting in Talla

Callus dollars.,.any tune Be! glad,not sad? Ii Workers are also needed for Stockman, mayor of town, government as Deputy hassee.The attorney. general's wife, I u/!/ f RCA WHIRLPOOL
chairman of the board; Asla*> Minister of Health.
set design, construction, props, Mrs. Marjorie Kynes, will at _
sen, middle-aged, publisher of !
HAYTHORNEIns. refrigerator-freezer
costumes, makeup, lighting, etc. During 1937 and 1958, Dr. tend a morning reception here
Agency The director of this production paper and Representative of Thlsholm was president of the Tuesday and will meet her hus- IceMagic automatic ice maker replaces
Temperance Society; Captain a
is A. A. Murphree. Tryouts are World Federation of Mental band following the cabinet .
107 open to the public. Characters friend Horsier of, sea Stockmann captain,fame loyal Health and for the past eleven meeting. She also will participate $ 4.4 cu every ft. "zero-degree"you use freezer .
N. Main needed for the cast are as follows rears he has held visiting leeiureships I in an automobile tour of Refrigerator and freezer never need
FR 2-1433 : Dr. Stoakmann (playedby ily; The Drunk ageless. in mental and pubic shopping centers In Gainesville defrosting Glide-out basket in freezer .

Frederic March on Broad- health at universities across and to Hawthorne, Melrose and 18.9 cu.ft. of refrigerated space
Med School the nation. I Waldo.

The RCA Whirlpool Ice

Gets GrantThe GHS Senior Wins Trip Maker has proven its super-
-, W N f M0 RE ,
--- University of Florida College To Science Symposium I iority over 7 years of home

..... of Medicine has been
awarded a grant of $.,805 by the usage.COME .
GET American Medical Association Michael L. May, Gainesville the U, S. Army sponsored Na
--- Education and Research Foun High School or and son of tional Junior Science and Hu N
-----.;;,.,. dation, Dr. George T. Harrell, Dr. Frank P, May, 1515 N. W. inanities Symposium last week
dean of the College of Medicine 7th Pl., was one of the nation's In Washington, D. C. .
for announced top 140 high school science students IN TODAY SEE FOR YOURSELF
1t\ONEY Friday. to be selected- attend ,He receivelthe( all expense-
theo paid trip td attend the symposium
The grant is part of .that
foundation's funds for medical as winner on the basis of 'S
Unnecessary Middleman his p a p e r in the field of bio
O Low:"Overhead ;JO Modest Profits schools. Activities AtIOFF chemistry submitted in advance :{
0 Use-Your Central 'Charge Plan-or Cash & Carry The funds will be used by the to the Florida Junior Science FHEE
O First.:Quality Merchandise and Courteous Service '
College for a variety of pur and Humanities Symposium . .
ONE COAT : ONE COAT poses of benefit to medical students to be held here at the University

ALYKO FLAT ACRYLIC LATEX HOUSE PAINT including loans, and special of Florida, May 35. Trade

nr.vnvirrflNISM WTO 1 VULM research projects. Guy C. Omer Jr., University
un EXMCTAMCTUU professor of physics who lives
(April May 2))
.:ONC COAT cone 1 M CWMACUIXCUT tlMIM* MAU. at 1080 S. W. 11th Terr., participated HOME
F Hoer SUUACUIXTtlMtlY CAM wtw April 27 Classes begin in the symposium as a
1 e Min M M director.
M1MUTOrMtuuoM, Public Lecture: "Expand. I
,, BUIAUI riMISM MlTAL M MAMMITnnuoR wo.a '? No wonder ing Concept of Health", Brock The Army has conducted a TRIAL
use ON INTItlOlVrOODWOtK (VMACMMAT Chisholm, lecturer on public Junior Science and Humanities
Louis Seafaie
AM*VATS health. Medical Science BuildIng Symposia Program Since
CAIINITS cuAN-uv tastes so goad tht-y Auditorium 12:30: pjn. 1961, approximately 15 regional s
$698 EVERY FREE $ EVERY FREE cook it just like symposia are held each ac-
Zed GAL 2nd GAL they do their chickon1 April 28 2nd Annual Bank ademic year.

( Call.them: TR 2 6:< Directors Conference McCarty The Washington meetingswere
I Auditorium. attended by 21 students SfOl
!OH North I W st 13th .
May 1.2 Baseball Floridavs. drawn from the large groupof ... *WS -:. -. f,
--<-!$}'> -1 Auburn, 2 p.m. Perry Field young people who participated
in conducted
-State 4-H Events Day-- H seven symposia
in six states by the U. S. Department
501 N.W. 8th Ave., Gainesville, Phone 376-7588 Club Building of Health, Education RKKIOVKA'IOK-WI e .

t May -State SwimmingMeet and Welfare.Paid. PHONE ;

I Monday Eve. Only' Short Courses WKM' .
And Conferences

May 1-30 Florida Federa P
ChampagneI tion of Fairs Short Couse -

Student Service Center.Exhibits I
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L' : all the champagne or sparkling -
Western Associationof
t lographs,
Art Museums Bryan
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i a Fresh Florida Fruit Cup Lounge.Visual Craft of illiam
: Golden Institute of Graphic
? de Jour .
I Soup Art, North Wing Gallery.Will .

'_ choice of

I 1 r1ae Address

:4 ) Roast Prime Ribs of Beef

or Diabetes GroupJohn

Filet Mignonor F. Munroe, resident fellow -
\ y tN 4' f J in medicine at the J. Hillis''i TAKE THAT FIRST STEP

Rock Lobster Tails Miller Health Center will speak i!
ad at the season's last meeting of'
\r Baked Potato with famous "do-it-your the Alachua County Diabetes I' Bring your plans and see. us for

s self kit" Lay Society on Tuesday at 7:301 the lowest financing cost. ''' .
t ,pjn. in the Frank M. Hall
Tossed Salad f/ZJ
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Choice of Beverage
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b Pa r Choice of dessert from our dessert I NO DISCOUNTS OR SERVICE FEES

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