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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Gainesville Fla
Gainesville Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 28, 1964
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Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
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Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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i last night by the Gainesville Cigarette Ad '

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I '000. YORK AP) The nation's cigarette manufacturers are IssueWASHINGTON

g wp LiquorBy putting their $250 million annual advertising program into the
I Investigations of the polluted hands of an administrator to enforce a new code banning appeals

.!ty well, discovered last No- aimed at teenagers. AP-James

mber, were conducted by the JEAN CARVER The administrator, to be named shortly, will be empowered to R. Hoffa has backed off froma

'tilities Dept., the Florida 1 Son Staff Writer fine a code violator up to $100,000. He will be given "completeand crackling Teamsters Union

Hate Board of Health the Coun- 4 4, Distance regulations in the final authority" on all cigarette advertising, the nine companies row over whether the union
y Health Dept., and engineers w'r Lfi city's liquor ordinance were which account for more than 99 per cent of the cigarettes should continue paying his legal

tom Black, Crow and Eids- challenged last night by a dele- made in the United States announced Monday. fees, stirring speculation he is

'ess Inc.Although. ? gation from the First B a ptist Among advertising appeals banned by the companies' new code losing his iron grip on the

the cites fi Church and several Gainesville are: Teamsters.
report unsuccessful
attempts to locate the ministers. Testimonials by athletic heroes, famous entertainers, or other Hoffa never known for duck

source of polluted surface wa- wok "There is definitely a deficiency persons who would have a special attraction to those under 21 ing scraps but now beset by

*er that infiltrated the water in the ordinance" attorney years of age.Suggestions. troubles with the law, yielded to

supply, drainage wells and sink. q> z .4, Henry Barber, representingthe that cigarette smoking is essential to social prominence a demand by one of his vice

\oles near Lake Alice and sinkHoles .r church's board of trustees, distinction, success or sexual attraction. presidents that the union stop

at Paynes Prairie seem tobe __ __ told the City Commission.He Claims with respect to health because of the presence of a paying the bills until it can be
the "most probable cul urged the commission to filter, unless the claim is based on valid scientific data as deter- determined whether or not it is
prits." reconsider its requirement that mined by' the administrator. in violation of federal law.

I1M bars and package stores be at All cigarette advertising must be cleared by the administrator Edward Bennett
The report noted that the correlation least 300 feet from the main en- whose office shall be in New York. Teamsters Williams, the

of low temperature and trance of a church while the limitation The code bars ads aimed directly at persons under 21, and has defended general Hoffa counsel in who of
{ high color in the polluted well where schools are involved forbid distribution of some
sample cigarettes and promotion of ciga- his
legal battles, is reported to
1 water at the end of winter indi-
is from the school
cated that the well water has BURDEN AND SORE FEET property rette smoking on college campuses. have ruled that the union will
been contaminated line rather than the main Advertising models must be at least 25 years old and look that be breaking the law if it pays
by nearby -
surface water.Corrective By CLIP CORMIER clad in a green sport shirt, door. age. There is a ban on persons "smoking in a exaggerated man the fees.
Barber that "
t Sun City Editor I Army dungarees and tan hiking ner. Hoffa according to an aide,
3 measures include James 0. Burden, a 43yearold boots, said his crusade in church was concerned over ne- The industry acted 3% months after the report by the U. S. made his decision in Chicago

[i'4' cementing a 20 inch liner Orlando man believes pedestrians -I I the interest of pedestrian safety gotiations by Commissioner Byron surgeon general which linked cigarette smoking with cancer. where he is on trial on federal
350 feet down the well to control ought to be better I actually started several Winn to buy the now closed The code needs approval by the Justice Department to comply charges of misusing $20 millionin

the water quality for a protected from traffic and he's years ago when his son was Mac's House drive in at with antitrust laws, the announcement said. union pension reserves. ]
520 S.W. 2nd Ave. and
year. If, after a year, the taking steps too something struck by a car and disabled. trans- "Mr. Hoffa wants to find out f I
water is still contaminated, the about it.Burden. Burden plans to write a let- fer his liquor license. The property if such payments are legal,"
consultants recommended installing is visiting briefly in ter to each governor just be- is adjacent to the church said Teamsters Vice President I

a 16-inch liner to 440 Gainesville recuperating from fore he begins his trek through parking area and youth build Harold J. Gibbons in St. Louis. I

u blisters on his feet after walking each state. Florida's Gov. Far- ings.Winn HousecleaningTime "The decision will not be reversed -
had excused himself
feet.The here from Orlando. When ris Bryant will get the first let until the legality is up-
engineers also recom his feet he'll his from the commission when held
recover resume by a nationally outstanding
mended reviewing the city's protest hike which he hopes ter.The letters will point out sta the matter .came up, appeared Hand 'e authority." _
t water supply after a year. before the commission to explain at .. t
will take him to Alaska via tistics"showing more people are Gibbons Who resigned iri'December -
his .
City commissioners approved 49 states. disabled. by automobiles each position.The as Hoffa's executive assistant
former noted that
calling for bids for the well The husky, bearded hiker, (See WALK on Page 2)) be has not made mayor any final arrangements Check lists for Gainesville'sbig -P A IN TED UP: House, and closest aide said,
correction work last "Mr. Hoffa made the decisionin
night. annual housecleaning went
the floors
to buy property rooms woodwork, porches -
out today to chairmen of Clean view of a request by Teamsters
through court-appointed trustee, fences, outbuildings, screens
attorney W. D. Reynolds.He Up Paint Up Fix Up Week and roofs. Vice President John J.

Rash of Small Tornadoes said he has met with the which begins Saturday. -FIXED UP Buildings O'Rourke of New York."

First Baptist delegation and assured Every resident will be askedto repaired buildings modernized Gibbons denied reports that
them he has no "imme- fill out the 42-item checklist, porches and steps repaired, the funds had been cut off by

diate, absolute plans" for the drive chairman Bernie Datz an roofs repaired, screens repaired the union's secretarytreasurer."It .
Rains SoutheastBy old drive-in. nounced. Block captains appointed fences repaired electrical was strictly Mr. Hoffa's
Winn said that he joined the for every 'area, will equipment repaired, electrical decision, until the legal issues

church delegation in its concern bring the lists to each resident.. wire or cord replaced, old electrical are settled" said Gibbons.An .

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS cold front to cause: the unstableair cy Fla.; Hawkinsville and Una- for the effect of new liquor allowances In addition there's a place on fixtures replaced and attorney representing 12
Sections of the Deep South over the Southeast.. dilla Ga. in the county since the the checklist where residents house washed. members of Teamsters Local I

were raked by small tornadoes The rainfall at Pensacola totaled wet-dry election. may request free home fire in- PLANTED UP Flower 107 in Philadelphia sent a let-

and high winds Monday injur- Mississippi Alabama, Georgia 8.62 inches in less than 48 "We are going to have barsin spections. boxes, flower gardens, vegetable ter which contended the union
and Florida will be to the of Hoffa's fees is
bore the bruntof Awards given payment legal
hours and "
ing at least 10 persons. The brought on excessive the community, Winn said. gardens, grass plots sowed
Plains states were hit by thick Monday's storms including flooding. An emergency power "The problem now is not where cleanest blocks in each area shrubbery trees shrubbery and illegal Gibbons explained, and
snow and winds up to 81 milesan heavy rains which dumped system had to be put in service the youth is exposed to situations with each house in the block trees trimmed and dead trees copies went to all the union vice

hour. more water into the already at a hospital after normal where there is drinkingbut being given a plant. and stumps removed. presidents.

An overabundance of mois- swollen streams in the region.At power lines were knocked out how youth is treated and These are the items on the There is also a section called "Teamsters vice presidents
Appalachicola Fla., 4.46 in- by a flooded basement.The checklist: agreed Friday to hire an outstanding .
ture combined with a high-level trained at home. Special Projects with a check
ches of rain fell in six hours. snowstorm in the Plains After Mayor Howard McKin- -CLEANED UP: Back yard, list for proper storage of paints, legal authority from

Flash flooding was reported states blanketed the town of ney and City Attorney 0 see front yard, vacant lots, walls, solvents cleaning materials and outside the union to study the

along tributaries of the Chatta- Martin S.D., with 6 to 8 inches. Fagan pointed out that the city attic, h o u se gutters porches, insecticides. (See HOFFA on Page 2))
hoochee and Flint rivers as an The high winds were recordedin ordinance governing liquor establishments garage furnace, street sig n s
City HasDreary estimated 4.5 inches of rain fell the central part of Nebraska. must be followed cleaned, insect breeding places

in parts of eastern Alabama and until the law is changed, Rev. destroyed rodent breeding
eliminated truck loads
western Georgia in a 24-hour Thaxton of the University places
Springfield Students
period. 3 Rallies Methodist Church ques- trash hauled away refuse cans Stage
provided and residential litter
Wet Hailstones the size of golf tioned the entire distance stip- receptacles. I I
DayAlmost balls fell on Atlantic Ocean Still ulation from either churches or
on TapCandidates
beach communities near Jacksonville schools. GI Sentenced
an inch and a half of Fla. The Weather Bu "The issue appears to be Rights VigilWASHINGTON

rain fell on Gainesville and surrounding reau said the hail measured up have three more whether the whole business of In Wife's DeathCAMP
areas in the 24 hour to one and one-half inches in chances to talk it up at political restrictions of distances to
period ending at 7 this morning. diameter. rallies in the county before churches and schools is valid," ZAMA, Japan (AP) (AP) For hundreds of tourists at the. mon-
A reading of 1.41 inches was next Tuesday's primary elec-. Springfield said. A general court martial sen- nine days now and no one ument.
recorded at the Gainesville Five persons were injured at He recommended that the tenced U.S. Army Spec. 5 Rich- knows for sure how much longer Some of the tourists-most of
Municipal Airport since yesterday Point, Miss., when high tion.Tonight's rally is at Island commission reconsider all dis- ard M. Strong today to three -theological students of the whom were out-of-town high
morning. The heaviest rain ripped carports from Grove, Saturday's is at the tance regulations. years at ,hard labor for Protestant, Jewish and Roman school students on the annual
homes and uprooted large trees.A VFW building on Waldo Road strangling his wife in an Catholic faiths have been stand- to the
apparently fell from 7 to 8 amtoday The commission referred the argument spring trip capital -
based on the reading take woman and two children were and the election-eve rally on request to the City Plan Board, over her dancing with Ne ing in a quiet vigil at the Lincoln stopped. A few took pictures

en at the City Power Plant. injured near Mobile, Ala., whena Monday is at the courthouse. which originally drew up the or groes at a New Year's Eve Memorial with flash cameras. Some read
twister demolished a frame They intend to stay, 24 hours
The reading there was recorded Thursday's LaCrosse rallywas dinance. party. the sign which says "Civil rightsis
for the period from 4 house. cancelled, according to Commissioners noted they had The court also ordered the 25- a day, until the civil rights bill basically a moral issue" and
A tornado that struck the Democratic Chairman John soldier is passed by Congress.It .
p.m. yesterday until 8 this no control over the) issuanceof year-old from Idaho "We are brothers before God."
morning. It showed 2.14 inches northwestern Florida community Ward. liquor licenses and couldnot Falls, Idaho, to pay a fine of has been a chilly, wet Some asked questions.
of Little Whitewater resultedin at the rallies month for three and undramatic demonstrationthree
indicating that nearly an inch Speeches beginat grant the delegation's re- $100 a years A heavy .set boy spoke to
injuries for two housewives. 7 m. with benefit and reduced his rank to students on a shift
p. suppers privateEl
fell in the early morning hours that
quest no development of Lloyd, then crossed the 20 feet
Other twisters did property starting at 5:30. There will be which carries a base pay grouped around a black-and-
today. to confront
Joseph of
The last sizable rainfall recorded damage at Pensacola and Quin- no dinner at the courthouse. (See LIQUOR on Page 2)) of $110 a month. white sign across the circle New York Jewish Theological.
from the
long flights steps
here was during the .
three day period near the end leading to the statue of the asked Brodie how he

of March when .75 inches fell Mental Health Board Is Proposedcause Great Emancipator. would answer the Nazi's contention
however rival
from March 2628.Adams Monday night, a that Hitler had a million
camp was set up barely 20
Jews killed because they were
Misses By BOB GREENDr. of its interest and also away. Communists.

Louis Cohen, head of the Work Done in pointed out the county has access George Lincoln Rockwell, Patiently Brodie explainedthat
Mental Meet County head of the American Nazi
Department of Clinical Psychology to the Sunland training he didn't think the American
led half dozen of his
party, a
at the University of Florida center and the of Nazi
University party was objectiveSee
WASHINGTON Sec. of urged Alachua County to Cited at Conference Hereinto Florida mental health unit. followers in to distribute leaflets
the civil bilL ( VIGIL on Page 2)
State Tom Adams found out set up a mental health boardto Rain held the attendence downat against rights
he couldn't be two places at Briefly the two sides mingled,
co-ordinate all mental health the morning sessions. About ..
once here today and had to senda activities in the county.Dr. the spending by an the patients close to home in a local 75 people heard Dr. Cohen's exchanging their literature, be-
fore shooed Nazis
off the
substitute to speak for him at Cohen made his remarks county and to suggest waysto hospital than to take them speech and saw a documentaryfilm. who police lacked '1
the Gainesville mental health this morning at the opening co-ordinate that spending. away from their. home surroundings permitTo _
present a rival vigil the
fair. speech of the Mental Health Martin hopes the board will ," Cohen said. "To do Mrs. Frank Lee, vice chairman Rockwell left behind ; :

Congressman D. R. (Billy) Fair at the First Presbyterian evolve out of this group. this, our hospitals must have of the fair, was hopeful of their party group=a stiffly erect one 13- FIND IT ,
Matthews said this morningthat Church. Cohen'said the several different types of "
county must care. t-
that close to 1,000 people would -1d in a tan stormtroopercap
he had met yesterday and varied services year Comics . . .
County Commissioner Sidney provide to Cohen said the county did attend the fair before it closedat decorated with a swastika. 7

this morning with Adams, Martin who is also chairmanof meet today's new concepts of meet many mental health needs 5 p.m. today.In .OW e'D be here as long as Classified . 13-15

Gov. Farris Bryant and Agri- the fair, said he favored mental health. These include very welL He cited the school addition to the films and those people are," said Robert Entertainment 16 .:, Y

culture Commissioner Doyle such a board and he expectedone full-time hospital care, daycare mental health consultation pro speeches, several exhibits were Lloyd of Arlington Va., a .Obituaries . 2, -

Conner.before they appeared be- to be set up soon. night care out patient gram as one of the best in, the shewn including a sample of follower of Rockwell. Opinion Page .-. 4 1 '
. '
fore Sports .9 10Women'
House and Senate commit Martin also said care and more social work. ,
an unofficial country.He work done by members of the It was a damp night and the .
. .
tees with the state's public i committee of several area cit- "It is becoming increasinglyclear said local mental health county's 23 classes for excep- students stood in the mud 4 ,

works project request. izens bad been set up to look that better to treat association is a big asset be- tional children. watching as buses unloaded t

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2 Gainesville Sun Tuesday April 28, 1964

Grand More More About ,. .-
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Sanity Trial Weather Roundup AboutHoffa p h .

Vote Probe -

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wosa i frwr.r \I

B D Cost $1,935Cost From Page 1 From Page

RubyDALLAS ei'i '
.uoatsu T... C \,-. of the $1,935.65 grand problem, troubles in courts, in congres- :I the drive-in be permitted by the ed with McKinney and Com;

Tex. (AP) Jack ZONES \____ jury investigation of election made his hearings and in the labor city until the plan board has missioner Jim Richardson to

Ruby may escape the electric BCD: Mostly cloudy with I eture 0 irregularities in the March 17 call to :considered the proposed
chair if his counsel can convincethe \1 Gainesville election was divided day." send it to the plan board.
Few showers locally heavy. l Last month Hoffa was set changes.

jury in a sanity trial that showers through Wednesday. ., \,1MaMe ...... last night between the city by a federal jury tamper-I "I feel that this is nothing buta
I I Commissioner Ed
the balding convicted slayer of and Turlington
j Low tonight 65 to 70, high F \ \ county. legal to conviction in Chattanooga, "
Lee Harvey Oswald is insane.. \ objected to referring the' matter delaying measure, Turfington
Wednesday 75 to 85. SoutherE \ The Gainesville City Commission -Hoffa's ., in which he was sen- !
.. to the plan board but vot-
Judge Joe B. Brown said Mon- ly 10 to 20 mile winds decreasing ", .UTI ..;..:... agreed to split the cost! potential : to eight years in prison. explained. "I believe (hey

day he will empanel a jury at a little tonight but .... \ \- 5 :50 with the county at the I His legal expenses for appeal- !will come back again with the
the ;first suitable date, in response showers. \ I ,
locally higher near I County Commission's! request. that conviction pile atop same recommendations as be
to a sanity trial request A: Scattered showers, and thundershowers '. a for defending himself in
this afternoon and "
t filed by Ruby's sister, Eva becoming partly cloudy Wednesday.tonight H.; .& City Attorney Osee Fagan current Chicago trial. The Qbitttatie fore.
Grant Not much temperature change. Low '. I i
tonight 65 to 70. High Wednesday 71 -- advised the commission they I utive of this trial, as viewed MRS. MARY E. Richardson said the commission

Texas law requires a judge to to F M. G: Partly' cloudy, scattered had no legal obligation "to or! be made reliable labor sources, is' ANDERSONHIGH needed to make any recon

hold'such, a trial if the defense .showers M through to 74, high Wednesday.Wednesday Low tonight 15 .i' not to" pay the bill. I if: they more threatening to Hof-. I siderations when they were
asks;for it. Judge Brown presided to 93. Southerly 10 to 20 mile winds. aaew 0 Commissioner Ed I of union control of his 1.7 million! SPRINGS Mrs. Mary not under the pressure of a
H I J: Partly cloudy, scattered Turlington
over the first monthlongtrial showers mainly I in afternoonsthrough GAINESVILLE WEATHER moved that the bill be paid defense. members than the dispute' Elizabeth Anderson 92, died particular problem.
in which a jury rejecteda 70s. High Wednesday.,Wednesday Low 8J to tonightit,n. ,South Municipal Airport readings the half and half basis. I paying his legal expenses.I at the home of her daughterhere I
defense plea that .Ruby was arty to to 20 mile winds: advised I this morning after an ex-
: to 8 today: Qualified sources, however,
K: Partly cloudy today and We r 24 hours a.m. "The grand jury investigation -
insane Nov. 24 when he shot Os- nesday. Chance of a brief low 64 at able for the battle lawyer's bills ended illness.
at 2 over I I
Low tonight 75 to 80. high Wedner.sigh; p.m. was a good thing, Tur- on union
wald accused assassin of Presi-
day around W. Southeast and south Rainfall Ul inches. adding to the mounting :
3-5 a.m. lington said. "Much good to the trial pres- A native of Alabama, she
-io-mi -- -
dent John F. Kennedy. : TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE H L Prep. city will come of this." I dreds of within the union that may was a member of the Methodist

Ruby's lawyers said Monday ALMANAC Jacksonville 11 6S U4 Commissioner Alan Sutherland explode and hurl Hoffa Church.
that their client's condition has Sunset today............... 7.64 p.m. Miami <3 7* Hoffa his Teamsters' throne. I i tt
Sunrise tomorrow ........... 5:4 ajn. Tampa ...... 90 70 was absent from la sinight's emotional
worsened since his conviction Moonrlse tonight ............ $:St p.m. Atlanta 72 43 Funeral services will be at,
March 14 that his "mind is Last Quarter ................... May 4 New Orleans I9 ** meeting.Poverty. liams' graveside in High Springs'
PROMINENT STARS Boston ................ 73 47 About Ii
falling apart" and he has delu- Antares, below the Moon. New York 63 53 .29 sources More Cemetery with Rev. A. A. Rep-
The Big Dipper, high in north at moonWashIngton M 56 .14
of the I
sions that his crime has brought rise. Chicago 44 53 .42 WarExplained enhagen officiating. Williams-

about a slaughter- that will Venus VISIBLE, sets PLANETS................. 10:1 p.m. Denver Kansas City..' 59 62 31 4i '.16 earlier Thomas Funeral Home is in I MI'
bring death to 25 million American Saturn rises ............... 3:10 am. Ft. Worth 83 54 It VigilFrom charge. I '
4 Jews. Los 71 54 .01 sharp Survivors include t hr, e e _. ,
:: MARINE FORECAST Seattle .,,..... 52 42
If a jury finds Ruby 'insane, EAST GULF:Winds t to 15 knots tonight Wednesday High at 3:21 a.m. stocky; daughters, Miss Josie and Miss
: and Wednesday. Higher near and 2:24 p.m. Low at 8:41 a.m. and Sliriver E. 'I I
Mary Anderson
he will be committed to a state thundershowers. 9:33 pm. By recently Page 1 both of High I Y r
inStitution.Dr. Springs, and Mrs. Mary E. Al-J -JVOTEuFOR
WASHINGTON (AP) Sar- 'More that the boy should check lisor, Miami; a son, James D.,I _
Louis West
Jolyon ,
psy- gent Shriver, director of President Miami; two grandchildren and
chiatry professor at the University sources.
Hess Is Eccentric Johnson's antipoverty one great grandchild.
of Oklahoma, testified thatRuby's
Usually the students
campaign, told the U.S. Chamber are re- -
hallucinations triggeredhis of Commerce today that the after a three-hour stint.

Sunday.apparent Ruby banged suicide his attempt head InmateBy program is and one growth.of initiative, investment ] But there seminarians are so many in the Roman cap W. S. 'Tiny

against a cell wall, raising a Spandau said Jack Campbell of Bos
sizable knot. "It's not a Robin Hood pro- year
a student at St. Paul's Col
,Judge Brown rejected a defense gram, which takes from the fever, here, that "they TALBOTSUPERINTENDENT
motion that Ruby be hospitalized GEORGE BOULTWOOD hold 600 inmates. The prison is rich and gives to the poor," They in line" to sign up areI I

for mental treatment. BERLIN AP-Rudolf Hess,i guarded in rotation by American Shriver said. to push usually have only one-houi F

Joe,Tonahill, a defense lawyer, once Adolf Hitler's deputy, has Russian, British and "The point of the program is s

said he had to call Ruby's rabbi become so eccentric that he French troops. This month it is to make the whole pie bigger, ways, An automobile shuttle service OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION

to::calm him after he tried to sometimes howls like a wolf in the American turn to have a by encouraging millions of people malls to theological students tc ,

fight the lawyer earlier Mon- his prison cell, says a man in company of military police at now unemployed or on the the from New York.

day. a position to know. the jail. dole to learn how to become fic. Gail Johnson, a pretty 24-year R Alachua County

.Dr. West said Ruby "is com- Hess has been behind bars The military guard originallywas useful and productive citizens." Burden from New York's Union a.: i EXPERIENCED CAPABLE

pletely preoccupied with delu- 23 years. posted to prevent any at. Describing himself as a "re- says he seminary put in two Vote for Tiny Talbot on his merits, not the demerits

sions of the persecution of Jews. First he was in British captivity -tempt by Germans to rescue cruiting Sargent," the Peace through shifts Monday and of his opponent. He is a full time, life time educator.

He feels hopeless, worthless and after flying to England on a their former leaders. Corps director told the businessmen for returning to school on the PULL LEVER 24-A (Pd. Ady.)
{ guilty because he thinks he is "peace mission" in 1941. Thenhe at their annual convention: taking shuttle before midnight,

to blame for the mass murder : was sentenced to life by the The other inmates are Baldurvon "I want you to know that Uncle "My
{ international tribunal Schirach, the former leader -, -Gainesville I
of his own people." Nuernberg Sam needs you." cost Sun
It will be up to the defense for war crimes. of the Hitler Youth, 57, and "This is a program that's said. I
For 17V& he has beenin Albert Speer, Nazi munitions Published evenings except
years tion and
to Ruby's insanity. If they and it is
prove to businessmen
open I Ies
Saturday, Sunday
minister 59. Both mornings
the Allied War Crimes Prisonin complete 20- r
succeed and Ruby is sent to camp
an based Gainesville
on sound business principles by the Publishing
institution, state doctors could the Berlin suburb of Spandau.An year terms in 1966. ," Shriver said. pay for Company at 101 SE Ay e I
later decide Ruby has regainedhis officer who saw him recently Hess is in for life. Nuernbergrules wash 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida
Less than $5,000 invested In a and entered as second class
sanity but another sanity says: require sentences to be job corps trainee can raise his He matter at the Post Office: at
_t trial would be required to legal- "Hess looks every day of his served in full although others lifetime earnings by at least enough Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION .

ly confirm it, according to Asst. have 'been prematurely released athon
age."His and his
50,000 multiply productive BY
Dist. Atty. Bill Alexander.Statue's skin is deeply wrinkled.His from Spandau because of ill said. bought a CARRIER OR MAIL
dark, glaring eyes are deep. health. capacity Shriver ing and ; I !t Ia
sunken. 1 1 Week .45
ly The Western would ested 3 Mos. $5.85All
"His thick eyebrows are bush- powers Discuss Coup He has
probably be glad to shut down
ier than ever, but now gray. he hopes man subscriptions must ,
what is likely the world's most Obligation"f be I
; paid in advance.
,Head Found "He looks a strange sight as expensive prison capita. VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) honor. It

he'.shambles' around in an old But the Soviets have per blocked all foreign diplomats will fly to to Member of Audit Bureau of

COPENHAGEN (AP) The German army skicap and a long moves to grant clemency to the the headquarters of the pro acted Circulation. 0 eH
missing head of one of two 'decapitated military overcoat that flaps three men. Communist Pathet Lao Wednes- trians, All material contained herein Is
statues in Denmarkhas his ankles. production In whole or In part Is
day to discuss the situation re- hicles,
When Hess explodes into the property of the Gainesville
been recovered, but it was "His mental state has not of his one sulting from the right-wing coupin to; never Publishing Company, (c) 19<<. Re-
rages Speer and Von strictly forbidden without the written H
not the Little Mermaid's.Police improved with the years. Vientiane. ride a permission of the publisher.
try to calm him down. .... .
at Odense Hans Chris- "Some nights he howls like a 'Pull yourself together," they ically ---
tian Anderson's birthplace 85 wolf in his cell. hiss The
at him in defiance of the UN
miles southwest of Copenhagen,! "The soldiers on guard can no-talking rule. May Pay pects to

said they recovered the head of hear him plainly and sometimes
a statue called "The Boxer"from they get so fed up with it that allowed Hess has one no 30-minute visitors, although visit PARIS (AP) Speculationarose RALPH TURLINGTON
a that France be
howl back at him." today may
the bottom of a river that they month. He he won't his
says see preparing to make some finan-
runs by a house where Ander- Hess and two other convictedwar
wife and son until he is in better !- cial adjustment with the Unit-
sen wrote many of his fairy criminals are the only occupants circumstances.
ed Nations, following her long
of the prison built to!
tales. He writes regularly to them, refusal to pay her share of U.N.

however, Mrs. Hess says. in the Congo.
i' expenses BEST
Current Event Shows Hess astounded the world by (AdyertUem ant) QUALIFIED
parachuting out of a fighter

Dominate 'Emmy' Nominee plane over Scotland May 10, Asthma Form ula

1941.The British said Hess an- Most Dod .
members have been ;ors
,NEW YORK (Television) academy nounced he had come on a e Proven Record
with contemporary I counted. "mIssIon of "
programs dealing humanity. He Now Withoul fc

events swept most of the wanted to persuade the British ,
nominations. for the industry's] California'sSen. they had lost the war and Stops Attacks in Minutes !IiD e Proven Qualifications
should make peace with Nazi New Yrk,N.T.(Sp..ui)-.The asthma tiny
of the Year an an-
"Program formula prescribed more than any These
nouncement of candidates for; EngleWithdravs Germany. other by doctors for their private
the industry's "Emmy Awards" Hitler was enraged and dis- sufferers patients is without now available aathma relieve e Proven LegislativeRALPH
disclosed today.Programs owned his favorite. The Nazis Medical tests proved this formula
said Hess had become "the vic- stops asthma attacks in minutes and The
nominated for the tim of hallucinations." gives hours of freedom from recurrence S : ExperienceRalph
of asthma strength
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP- painful spasms.This
television equivalent of the mo- At Nurenberg, Hess was con- formula is so effective thatit TURLINGTON
tion picture "Oscars" were NBC Sen. Clair Engle's campaign victed of plotting is the physician's leading asthma Each
managers today announced his against peace prescription safe when used as So
"AmerIcan Revolution of 63"and and of planning, inciting and directed that now it can be sold- and
"The Kremlin"; CBS "Town withdrawal from the race for carrying through aggressivewar. without prescription in most states Get Turlington Will Continue to Support:

Meeting of the World" and ABC re-election. i

"The Making of the President Engle. is in a Washington bospital At his trial Hess said he considered Quality Schools & Universities Economy in Government
1960." The other nominee, an recovering from a second Hitler "the greatest YES ONLY

_ episode of CBS, "The Defen j'!! brain, operation performed last! produced by the German people son State Institutions O Constitutional Revision
ders" called "Blacklist was a Friday.
: I in 1,000 years." Sunland Training Centers Alcoholic Beverage Investigation
dramatic treatment of ,a real When Engle announced after There is no indication he has CAN MAKE A !

situation. the first surgery last August! changed this view. I Quality Mental Health Program The Interest of Agriculture
that he would seek a second six-'
Mort Werner president of the I but Fair Tax StructureLegislative Highway Safety
National Academy of TelevisionArts year term without providing QUALIFIEDlie ,

and Sciences, announced. Democratic-'_party,leaders_ details -, .
the 128 nominations in 27'different of his physical condition,' it Honors

hh categories. Statuettes will be. touched off a bitter row.

presented to a 90-:. .Engle's-Bright has been Wi: Voted by lefsUHve cede***** hi secret ballot mil Voted by legislative colleagues ta secret belief.
: and his member et secant ml effective tefislativeeief.atle as a member et the mast effective three maa
minute NBC special program on ply paralyzed delegation (ALLEN MORRIS AWARD) Vetetf
May 25, after the 6.000, votes of speech severely handicapped ; TREE ASSURES & by capital legislative cerrcspoadents ef the
Florida Press as ana ef the tea mest valuable
but ides have denied repeatedly'thattle 1957:, Vefetf By eaprtel legislative c rresp itd .t* ef members If tM House ef Representatives.
would-drop 9ERV/JE the FtorMa Press IS *M M the ten mat valuable 1962: Veted by legislative cell,""* to secret ballet
I from the I QUALITY & members ef tile Hevse *t Representatives. a member et rue men effective three mandelegaticw.
The official}bloom. of spring race. Engle has maintained! (ALLEN MORRIS AWARD) Voted
(' by capital legislative press cerrespendents ef
1964 was 9:10 a.m.t (Eastern Ihe}is physically: capable of cam- : TREE 1W: Vetetf by Legislative CeNeagues. to secret ballet the Florida Press as eve ef the tea mal
a member et tao tece 4 mast effective three valuable' members ef the Howe ef Representa
Standard Time), Mardi_207 l 1[paigning-and serving if elected. I ma legislative Megati**. tives. (Received the largest number ef vets
I ef any Representative)
Uniformed, Trained Veted by the Editors ef the daily newspapers af
Vete4 by capital legislative carreseeadeats efMe Florida as IM RMUW*.P fr tae *b Peters
Fiend Press as eM ef the tea most valuable burg Tunes award fer the mast valuable
WE .CAT AFFORD !I members a* the House ef Representatives. M.mller If .... Heuse of IttpnMatatlYa far


( YOU GLAD) lie is well qualified for

We don't have that kind of money but what we do have his new position, and his REMOVALS & WHY IS MY OPPONENT INSULTING
., is fast, prompt courteous service we can't afford poor Minds will wish him
service either. See us for a loan from- many
well emmental as he ladder.rises the" gay BRACING & CABLING THE CITIZENS OF ALACHUA COUNTY? I

MODERN METHODS My opponent has pubished false statements and innuendos inferring
--25to6OO I 1 PANAMA CITY HERALDKEEP I the public: officials and citizens are controlled and manipulated by I

II COMPLETELY INSURED"Free Ralph Turlington. His ridiculous and vicious advertisments are centrally)

James W. Estimate" "No based on outright falsehoods! He refuses to be cross-examined becausehe

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; High Testifies Today on DuPont Holdings in Florida The apathy in the,road said Karl program,was for refleqted Egg Market ;\

I I 1 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS in the state was doing all it eight years as a member of the I tution. He said he would not ap said each of them was making gence of the voters." the area, the governor's outlook JACKSONVILLE (AP-North

4: While his five opponents continued could in this field. I I Florida Senate. point judges merely for patronage -I what he termed irresponsibleand I Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia on economic growth and in the east retailers Florida egg market pricesto t
reasons. wild promises none could field of higher education. :
lashed out at the administration
t along the campaign trail "I am not an educator," said Former Sen. Fred 0. (Bud) keep. County
for Sen. John Mathews of Jack- of Gov. Farris Bry Extra large 38-42 mostly 41;
I governor, Miami's Mayor Bums, "but I am going to direct Dickinson of West Palm Beach
sonville continued his attacks on "They know they cannot ant. He said In Cocoa that large 36-39, mostly 38 medium
J Robert King High flew to Wash- those I appoint to the Board of also campaigned in Tampa Mon- keep Bryant ;
Dickinson, Kelly and Burns. He these promises," said had Black walnut makes ideal 31-37, 32-33 small I
i Ington'Monday night to testify Control to listen to professional]. day. He plugged three of his Mathews. been apathetic to the mostly ; 27-30,
before *a' Senate' subcommittee educators. "They are insulting the intelli space center of the world.IT'S furniture wood. mostly 30.
f fI major platform planks: reap- ,I ,
r about the. .duPont empire in constitutional
portionment revision -
Florida.High. He said he would ask that a: and judicial reform. I TIME FOR A CHANGE- RE-ELECT
/ study of the trimester system of "i t
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was invited to be the university operations be made to I Bickinson said fair reappor- 0 a VO.TE'and SUPPORT '
"J \ leadoff witness today in hearings determine if the system were I tionment would solve many, if SIDNEY : ;
fl I.; on 'a bill to bring the du- practical. not all, of the state's problems. Paid Advertising R. D. "Bob"JORDAN .. i
Pont estate under the Bank The growth of Florida's cities
|, I' Holding Act, which would force Burns said in addition the has not ,been reflected in, legis- '
: It to dispose of either its 31 junior colleges needed more lative representation, he added. Don't Neglect Slipping t Pi MARTIN
l| banks or its state help and direction, but ::
f many other in- Dickinson called for a moder-
P,! terests.' should remain under the man- FALSE TEETHDo
nization of the judicial system
|i The Miami mayor said he agement of the counties. and streamlining of the consti- false teeth drop slip or wobble L ..V
when or sneeze? '
eat laugh
.I}j i would present "new and revealIng Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland Don't you be annoyed tally and embarrassedby ALACHUA COUNTY DISTRICT _NO. ,5 __
I. ; evidence,of the grip the duI called for continuation of the alkaline such handicaps.non-acid an I have
( )powder sprinkle always tried to serve ell the people with effi-
/ Pont interests and Ed Ball program of unemployment com-I, ElectricalREWIRING 'I'IFOR more on firmly your set.plates Gives keeps confident false teeth feeling Experienced Capable ciency, honor and dignity and I would sincerely appreciate -

I<;;I (manager of the estate) hold on pensation for seasonal workers.In No gummy of security gooey.and pasty added tas!..comfort.a*feel- Great Leadership Ability receiving your vote and support in this elec-
th&:.state.of Florida." a speech at Tampa, Kelly I ing. Get FASTEETH today at .
/ With just six said he voted for increasein eounters eTerywhere. I
days to. go until every (Pd. Adv.) Pd. Adv.
'" the May 5 first primary, the other compensation benefits in his ALL ELECTRICAL NEEDS
I candidates continued to hamrmer Residential Commercail
f away In the drive for votes. Who's JUSTISS? Industrial I' : ,t

l I f.i, 'Jacksonville Mayor Haydon What's a CALL .5. 5 5 SS: . ..',.t -'.. -'-." '.: .'r ; ? ._ I
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the prime obligation of the Who CARES? Electrical Contractor
State government was educa- Set orange blue and gold handbill Phone FR 6-6193 .
around town & Sun classif'ed! sec 4.
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I! if f : (iainrsuil1 Sun THE I I Retreat of the Majority

'. 3fon York Gfonra cepted. The retreat of the ma- position is firm and we the T a 1 m a dge proposal as-
MeB* BPrtlUhen
.. '.' IOU(3 HABMSON rre jority is the more ,certain sures trial by jury citizens
J .. PAT COWLES. TICS SOUTHBy By stand on the House bill.
., JOHNSON. Tie. I'real4e. when there is sufficient time held in criminal contempt by
dente E{:)
l M4 EdlUfl W. C. WUJ' WAS HINGTON The ac- for the minority to arouse the the courts on charges of wil-
J : Beautiful I VIe Pr Ue.t ... A* A FEW DAYS later, speak- of the anti-
_. y ? EBEKSOLE. sptance by the bi partisan public and the Senate rank- fully violating any
I r. 'University. City ....Uahar Director BOB...TARTAGUONE. trcala- RALPH McGILL Senate leadership of amend- and file to highly questionable ing on a television program discrimination compulsions in
TIC I'"PleAS Pulitzer Pris Winning p..u...
/ ::- I effects of legislationthat Senator Humphrey the Dem- the equal rights J bill.
u.a Haaacer. Of U AU M& (G* ) 'US.'M ments to the equal rights bill
'r ocratic floor leader of the leg-
as passed by the House after its advocates either have However the proposal by
= THE SUN'S POLICY vowing it would not consent to overlooked or sought to con- islation, implied modificationof Senator Saltonstall on which

1'1 NotesOn. any substantial change is the ceal by misrepresentation.The this total textual commit- agreement is forecast, can ..
os. 1.,Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. ment. He pledged that "there
=. .: .' 2. Express: the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials : latest demonstration of the rules of the House en- will be no wheels no deals, no hardly be argued as "funda-

:z, 3., Publish all sides of important controversial issues. constructive value of the able its majority to ram compromise that will fund- mental.
I \ = :s.--t:' The V Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 tended Senate rule d i which ssion protects ex- through measures before the amentally alter this bill." And
,; The s c u highly public or the members as a before and after that state- IT FIXES 90 days insteadof
I I :: Want Ads-376-4672 1. controversial legislation. This whole can be made fully ment he confidently predictedthat the vague allotment in the
'. rule, No. XXII, permits a determined aware of their effects. This his bill of "a reasonable time"
a measure meeting
1 ; minority to filibuster was particularly true of the could for state and local agencies to
description "probably"be
I ti Capital until overcome by physical equal rights bill when the passed without invoking obtain voluntary complianceto

: :4 : ; We Choose Kynes exhaustion or silenced by the House sent it to the Senate in cloture.It the anti discrimination
I invoking of cloture (which the form of a bi partisan mandate of the public accommodations -
I!! fixes a time when debate draft hastily substituted for a is a question of definition section f of the
.... the state's
ti Two fine Floridians of the younger faucet-type control over WASHINGTON D. C.: I
must end and voting begin). committee product that whether the amendments on measure before the attorney

.::-' generation are seeking the post of expenditures.Of remember the Capital as seen But it is difficult to muster alarmed even President Ken- which the administration and general can take to the courtsa

State Attorney General in the upcoming through the eyes of a y o ung the "two thirds of the senators nedy and his brother, the at- the bi partisan Senate lead- case arising under the sec
course, the Attorney General is present and voting" that torney general by provisionsas ership have yielded are tion. But this is merely a mild
:May 5 primary. a lot of other things. He is the Marine discharged in the is required for cloture by Rule radical as any in the Re- "fundamental" alterations. To restraint against a spirit of

state's legal counselor, thus advisingall spring of 1919 with the $60 XXII. One reason is the construction statutes. These many the change initiated by excessive enforcement zeal in

o, : It makes choosing sides a knotty bonus check walking the awareness of every senatorin required the Army to enforce Senator Talmadge of Georgiawill the Department of Justice,
agencies with advisory opinions.He the instant majority that he compliance and installed car- be so defined. The Mans- while leaving in full force fed-
I and
H i '., task. indexes the state laws and he streets eyes big wonder- may at any time be in the petbaggers and scalawags in field Dirksen substitute for erally compulsive integration.

\; -- spurs the Legislature into periodic ing.I. minority on some legislative the seats of government in the i

t One of the contenders is State updating of the statutes. And the also remember it as it was proposal he fundamentally op South.
poses. Another reason is that But though the substitutewas ON THE RIGHT =
1 -- Representative Earl Faircloth, 43- Attorney General has a vote on no in the Second World War in his right of unlimited discus- vulnerable to the critical I

I year-old University of Florida law fewer than 24 state boards taking a those tense days after Pearl sion, since it is exclusive to analysis of the Senate minor-

graduate with a lengthy record 'ofcivic band in matters ranging from text- Harbor when the nation's sea that branch of Congress, is ity that has exposed defects ImpendingTV

book purchasing to outdoor recrea- especially cherished as recog- which the bi partisan lead- ._ ,
: activity. The other is James defenses were reduced to a nition of the ,
I tion. greater importance ership has been obliged to acknowledge -
( W. Kynes 35, a political insider who pitiful gallant skeleton of a and responsibility of the President Johnson

in which all the officers senatorial office than mem- insisted a priori that the RevoltBy
of the Universityof navy .
also is a product The Gainesville Sun feels
bership in the House. House bill must be approved j jas
were grim worried
Florida law school. both candidates have the characterand intact by the Senate. At his

idealism and education necessaryfor lips thin their faces drawn THE RESULT is that a determined news conference on Feb. 29, WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. .

Kynes currently sits in the Attor- the Attorney General's post. And and their eyes red from loss minority which'has he said he was "f u lIy
done its homework and is ably committed" to the House There is something to be something much more than
of sleep.
chair because he hold little fear that Jimmy Kynes
ney General's was 1 led, can generally force con measure. He realized, he said said for progress, and on this that. At the most grandiose

appointed a few months ago by Governor will fall under iniquitous domination THE DEPRESSION years cessions from a majority "there will be senators who occasion we celebrate the level I think of it as another

Farris Bryant. This is botha by Governor Bryant. time to Washington. however unwilling and despite will want to strengthen it, work of the two benevolent lifesaver by which the individual ,
were a see -
blessing and a curse a blessing loud and reiterated an- some who will want to weaken English geniuses who have can assert himself and tl

because the office holder usually hasa Kynes has been Attorney General The excitement of Roosevelt's nouncements that no amend- it, but so far as this administration apparently contrived a little protest the packaged fare of
ments whatever would be ac is concerned its I
vote-getting edge a curse as only a few months but he had been personality had caughtit machine that will permit us the oligopolistic television producers

"crown prince" of Governor Bryant.As aide to Governor Bryant three years up and given it vitality. It to record TV programs right who have him cor I
off our home sets, and play nered. It is one of the best ,I
prior. This experience,'the Sun feels, was a change from the dreadful BELOW OLYMPUS
By r lntetlondi them back whenever the spirit subdued scandals of our time
a state officer, the Attorney gives Kynes greater familiarity with still fearful months of moves us. It is not widely that the major networks have

i General is important especially to the state governmental scene. Hoover's 1 a s t two years. In mentioned but. I understandthat succeeded in. keeping pay-TV

Alachua County which contains the the stillness of Washington LN a little button in that off the air for all intents

University of Florida and other major So, with no hard words for aspir- one could actually hear the wonderful black box needs on- and purposes. Their arguments

state institutions. As a member ing Earl Faircloth, the GainesvilleSun thin dry pulsing of locusts in ly to be pushed at the right against it have been
Fi % ia1 to the machineto dressed in the
moment up most
t, of the State Cabinet the Attorney endorses Attorney General the hot, decaying summer of faluting high-
eschew the commercial.And humanitarian rhetoric :
General is one of seven men holding James Kynes for re-election. I
1930.But of course since it is sel- : but they break down, un-

t I think the most fabu. I! dom practicable to post der the assault of rudimentary !
the TV set to analysis to desire '
someone by push a to retain
Ious Washington of all time
buttons all day to suit the a commercial advantage. The '
:: 'Voice the most wonderful, the most master's taste, there is yet original, and still the best Idea
of the
corrupt the most vital, and
Ill People another little parasitic box fora program of liberation E j
the m o s t confused and glorious ;
must have been the with dials and things, which from the tyranny of television "

the Washington from 1860 to .t you have only to turn to in- by Nielson is pay-TV. In its

I'n The San's Opinion Page 1865. We know it only from V struct your genie at what ,- absence the recording gad-

.' books, of course but the pic- Vl hours it is to come to life and get I speak of, insofar-as it
of In what channels it is then to can encourage selectivity, and
c ture it is clear. 1860 the l
Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters general in command of the record.So eliminate advertising i is
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot 1 free
exceed 500 words and must be written on only I one side of the poper. Poetry cannot be used. The Army was older than the cap- that ideally you mightat enterprise's spirited answer
f Sun. reserves. the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or ital itself. This was old Win- 1 say 10 o'clock at night, to the mono listic
=- -- stranglehold of the
.n.o. field Scott, a vain corpulen t treat yourself to two hours of present li

Let this would be unchristian. for endorsing Holland are man, jealous and pompous the best. television fare that censees. .. _:. ::
Negroes Do the Christian people of who was given to admiringhis A IfSt Andon The derivative "adv3 tages
these: 1)) you find him "ba occurred during the day.
Help Selves either race want to see the own gross legs when hav- those occasions, rare to be are apparent. If the ;average
population of mulattos in- sically honest"; 2)) you be- ing a foot bath. He could no when find American family will_ hi! the

EDITOR Sun: This is my crease in America to the extent lieve his influence in Wash- longer sit on his horse, but he sure, that is you particularly a pro valuable days to come have at its disposal -

-. comment on your editorial on that the population of ington "can benefit Florida"; wore the huge epaulettes and D C.. gram to can tape it a mechanism by.which
3)) you are touched by nostalgia yellow sash which were the you you it can exert its discriminative
".' April 17 quoting, and I pre- mulattos will outnumber, the Qr ua iGss and stow it and playit
wondering what "won- fashion of the time. faculties and
Sen. Hubert white Negro ? make choices,
with or race
..., sume agreeing back when the mood is on
Humphrey. The factors that have beenat derful ideals must have driven "Goodness! I hope this doesn't get on television. I why then not only will.jtbene-

work in America in the past him to risk death over St. THE CITY was grandioseand have friends in the South and I wouldn't wont themto you. fit from the stimulation of
Someone should tip off the have the Mihiel. muddy. Foreign diplomats think. !1" IT SOUNDS very much like dormant faculties, but many
kept of
Negro leaders and their followers population laughed at its raw another gadget. I think of it hours of the week will be-liber-
of hotels- mulattos at a comparativelylow I must confess that suchan
that a crudeness. There
number. were. onlysix ated for other pursuits. (How
motels and eating places, These factors cover housing example of poor reasoning buildings. There was t he TIME TO BE AWARE many people are aware of the
Orleans in the editorial column of
from Maine to New Capitol not yet finished with
} school'church and social recent finding that the head of
I with restroom facilitiesfor segregation your newspaper comes as a scaffolding about the u p p er the average American
Negroes would be a pay- and in some states, surprise to me. If it wasn't part of it. There were the family
spends time
ing business. And would fill a laws forbidding racial inter that so many of your past Mansion, the Post Office the Negroes and Communistsity television more than he does watching work-
for the marriage. editorials have made much
much needed service Patent Office, the Treasuryand
ing at his
However these factors that job?) As it standsat
I wouldn'ttake
Negro race. sense probably the Smithsonian Institu
-- have kept the population of the time to even venture tion.I By RICHARD WILSON ardent antagonist of Communist movement. Some new the moment millions of

If the money that has already mulattos in the past low, are a comment.I Chief, Cowles Washington penetration and an ardent groups have been formed families dig in by their tele-
been spent by the Negro now going through a great would like to have seen Bureau protagonist of equal rights for which seem more inclined to vision sets and sit there hour
race on the March on change with the federal gov- seriously question the the first troops arrive in 1861. WASHINGTON D. C. Negroes.One violence or overt mass acts after hour afraid of missing "

Washington, the thousands of ernment seeking to have every wisdom of sending Senator Some were dressed in gaudy About a year ago it was which might lead to violence.At anything, listening in comatose 'I.

street .demonstrations, sit- state law prohibiting in- Holland with his record at uniforms replete with white pointed out here that there ardency collided with the same time the attitudeof abject, self-abnegating r

._. ins, lawyer fees and disorderly terracial marriage repeal e d, age 72, back to the Senate for gloves and plumes. Otherswere was reason to be concerned the other. A condition arose the attorney general more stupor to whatever the threeor I I

conduct fines, had been or declared unconstitutional another tern in spite of his in homespun. It was about Communist exploitationof in which the Federal Bureauof nearly corresponds to the at- four channels at their disposal I
there. In the first overrun with, s c a net ladies Investigation was have to offer. The know-
spent establishing these accommodations along with forced school inte- seniority the civil equality movement con- titude of FBI Director Hoover -
for the Negro gration. place at his age, his effectiveness and, as the war went on, of- This brought some com- vinced of the importance of a ledge that a program can be I''
race, they could now be, en- And many of the churchesare through seniority has to ficers created scandals by escorting plaints from Negro leaders Communist penetration and Mr.year Hoover has spoken pub- trapped mechanically, and 1::
be held always the more notorious of the attorney general was not viewed at will if it seems, later -
joying all the accommodations silent on racial intermarriage questionable: who thought. that to connect licly. He said that it is known f:
that the white race en- while strongly .supporting the probability is high that these to balls and the opera. Communist inspired activities This contrast became most that Communist influence exists to make any sense to do ;!

.. church membership integration his health may not hold out The troops drilled in the with their movement was only evident when the attorney in the North and can be so, means hours released to I N!,
joy.There Is little differ- it streets were drunken and conferred with certain read books or magazines, :
very which would mean for the coming full term; for the purpose of disparaging general the means through which or
ence In the race relations con- church and home social integration is inevitable that his stay in rowdy in the streets fired and defeating their just leaders in the Negro move- large masses are caused to newspapers. I do not deny

ditions, East, West, North, or with" the Negro the Senate will end In the rifles and pistols down the cause. ment whom he was seeking to lose perspective and with- that there are pulpy books
streets and caused
South. Politics and hypocrisyraise leaders teaching their race to very near future. decent citizen to many a Negro 1 e a d e rs however recognize and persuade. What out realizing it, succumb to but the great difference is
move out
their heads higher in he heard from them shocked magazines, and (
set racial,inter -,marriage as But this of course is not the capitalTHEY might have learned from lead- the party's propaganda.What newspapers
some sections of our nation their goal. he ers of labor. The latter discov- him and it was only after the that the eyes are permitted
than they do in other sections.An With all these factors at the should important not be returned reason to the WENT OUT finally ered long ago that they could fact that he checked with the has been surprising is to discriminate to reject arrant ,

effort by the Negro race work unless the people of to fight at a place the neither operate their unionsnor FBI to find that several with that the established Negro impositions on intelligence -
Senate. The
important reasonis
to provide these accommodations each whom he had conferred had leaders whose motivationsare and taste: while the
along with the win
race in river in Virginia called Bull general public acceptance -
that we are living a per- adamant television
for their inde- definite Communist associa- above doubt would have viewer \
churches of each awaken it
race, social Run. They went as if to pic so long as appearedthat
pendent of the white race, and bring these apparent iod of rapid change nics. The congressmen hired the labor movement was tions. taken such a passive attitudein has not the choice, the sagaof
of that
would at last show a small covered truths out in the open the kind change Senator Hollandsof carriages and bought the restaurants being extensively used by FBI records also contained this matter. Labor leaders meaninglessness stretches
of the
symbol of race independence I fear we will see in the not unable to out of picnic baskets. Communist oriented groups. material showing that one of once tried to sweep penetra- ineluctably before him at 7H
and take them out of the parasite too far future mass increasesin the country are the most active leaders of tion of their unions under the feet per second, or whatever

m class. :the.mulatto, population comprehend.Civil Champagne and bourbon whis- TODAY IT IS much more the equality movement was rug until they discovered thatit and there is no racing his eyes

I sincerely believe that the Many white people that at- rights legislation ky flowed on trains in the evident than a year ago that being advised constantly by a was they or the Communists forward to the bright spots,

white people that really have tend the World's Fair in New medical care for the elderly carriages. and among the Communist influence does ex- man known to the FBI as 'a who were going to control IT IS A CLICHE, tempered

--. good will for and really wantto York ,likely will be travelingin minimum wage laws: these troops. ist in the equality movement, Communist, that this man certain un i 0 DS. Then there however by the galling truth,

help both the Negro and hostile territory. are only a few of the prob- Their return was pathetic and this fact is moreseriously wrote speeches for \he leader was a continuous drive against that the principal danger of

the white races, should point I. W. SKINNER lems of today which require and tragic. There were fath- evaluated by responsible and consulted with him in ad- Communist penetration last- our age is the disappearance i!

this out and help the Negro Archer, the thoughts the imagination, ers with the bodies of their government officials. Lying vance of civil rights demon- ing for a decade and now the of the individual, under the

race to acquire these accommodations and the good will of the JohnF. sons in wagons and carriages.It back of this new recognitionis strations.A union movement as a whole tidal wave of the masses. The

for their people WllHolland Kennedys and yes the a rather strange paradox.The relatively free of Communist excuse for terminating this or
that they may become inde- Brailey Odhams. was a 'Woebegone rabble." attorney general Mr. NEW MILITANCY has penetration and domina that program on TV is that no

pendent of the white race in Should Go Not many persons realized the Kennedy, has been both an lately been noted in the equal- tion. more than ten million people

this respect Many think, and The choice seems so obviousto Marines covered that retreat watch it, Instead of the requisite -

the actions of the Negro EDITOR Sun: I just wroteto me that I cannot attempta and kept it from being a complete 15.5 minion, or whateveris

leaders seem to bear out the you concerning Monday's more comprehensive analysis disaster. Fear ran POTOMAC FEVER the magic figure. Not only
facts that equal accommoda- editorial but now I find thatI of the upcoming electionof through the city then and the is the individual lost, under

tions is not their goal but have to write to you: in re- a Florida Senator. It just Confederates could have takenit such swollen reckonings but

that only complete amalgamation gard to today's (Apr. 21)). me that out of mere but they too, were an untrained By Jack Wilson, Cowl es Washington Bureau the million Individuals* Any i

of the two races "The dark side of the coin" journalistic fairness you army and were in victory President Johnson's daughters got Smokey Bear dolls from the forest serve social development that challenges

would be their only satisfactory was by far the most convincing would present the ideas of at still and the a rabble.chance They delayed ice. Or maybe it was the bureau of public roads-as a reminded to daddy not. the macrocosmic

goal. of the two sides. How least "one of his current op was lost to burn up the highways. steamroller is pro the individual

Amalgamation of the two you could possibly arrive at ponents." Isn't this one of the I would like to have seen it -- pro-yea p7b-me

w_ races would surely bring destruction the conclusion you did is be- responsibilities of a newspaper then and in the years aft- Margaret Chase Smith gets a good vote.for president in Illinois. But she'll pro-our right as defingj by .

and chaos to each yond my comprehension. ? er with Lincoln walking its never quite settle for vice president. As a Yankee'lady, she's against vice in Chesterton to be out;. own i

race. And I sincerely believe In summary your reasons ROBERT CANNEY streets. any form. potty, little selves,.__- _


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.. .. Gainesville .I" ,. 'I
iunFlorida's hiY j" hIMH Lu, PVT.
i\\ 7 'C r.f.. ') er services today, 7:30 p. m. Services today 7:30 p. ta.:?

r CONSCIENCEOF I NEWSB. May Fellowship Day, sponsored Youth Forum Wednesday, 7.33
COLORED by the United Church Women :p.m.; and also both Choirs Nos.
t observed ..1 and 2 will have their rehearsal
of Gainesville will be -

0i.aiurzuil1e. Sun i : F. Childs, Colored News Editor 10 a.m. May 1 at the Holy 8 p.m.; Teachers' Meeting, I
i Trinity Episcopal Church. The Thursday, 7 p.m., and also Bus-
J; SOCIETY MEETINGThe to take their places in the business program will be entitled "One iness Meeting, 8 p.m.; and both '

: ",' THESOUTH Home Mission Society No. activities of the community Family Under God," focusingon Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will again
( -- ". as responsible competentwage Bell's Nursery and the prob-,have their rehearsal Friday, 8
2 of ML Carmel Church
JOHN B. HABKISON. President and Baptist earners.
t lem of school dropouts. The pub-: p.m. Rev. T. A. Wright pas-
rabtoheri FAT COWLES. Vie Pre t will meet with Mrs. Ellen Daysof
,C -. .., dents ED JOHNSON. Tic President 321 S. W. 7t have., today at SPONSORS CONTESTThe lic is invited. Choir No. 1 will. tor; Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, re .
sad EzecaUv. EdlUri W. G. BOM) have its rehearsal Thursday porter.
Beautiful r *;; 8 pjn.
President ud Advertising
El'' EBEESOLE.DtreeterBOB Tic TAKTAGLIONE. -' Woman's Society of Chris- 7:30 p.m. J. C. Rawls, presi-
University City Vie. PrcftUeat an* C'reuUU By RALPH McGILL tian Service of Mt. Pleasant dent; Richard Parker, organ-
J Pulitzer Prb Wlnnlnf PablUher
k f a Manager I Of tk. AtUnta.
it li Undergoes Surgery "Miss Mt. Pleasant Contest"at have its rehearsal Wednesday, b jtttati es
= .,, ,_ the church
: ., Mrs. Adrilla Nelson of 704 N. on April 29. 4:30 pjn. Rev. W. M. Ferguson -

::=.: :: .;:-1,. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns.Express r 1 NotesOn W. 12th St., Gainesvillle, who The six young ladies featuredin pastor. ALICE JONES
I } A :' the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials.- underwent surgery, has returned the contest are: Linda Jack-
I =t ;? 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. to her home and was reported son, Lakay Paige, Cassandra East Side Church of God in Mrs. Alice Jones of Waldo f
ChristChurch School, 10 died Sunday morning in the
'. Spann, Faye Sampson, Sabrina
=: The. .,1 Sun's! telephones All Departments-372-8441 TheCapital as doing Woodard and Mae Edith Wil- a.m.; morning worship, 11:30 Alachua General Hospital following
"< Want Ads-376-4672 liams. ajn.; and evening worship, 7 an extended illness.

"( 1'" ; PLEDGE RALLY BEGINS pjn. Elder J. C. Carter, pas- Funeral arrangements will be

Services will begin today at ARCHER NEWS tor. announced by White and Dor-

8! at the Spring Hill Bap- sey Funeral Home.PAULINE .
I pjn. School Closing Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist
:- We Choose Kynes tist Church and lasts to May 3 The calendar for the Archer -Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.;
in the interest of the Pledge School fol- 11 and
Community closings morning worship, a.m.; SIMMONS
Two fine Floridians of the younger faucet-type control over the state's WASHINGTON, D. C.: I Rally. The schedule or servicesis lows: May 11, 3rd and 4th evening worship, 6 p.m. Rev.H. BULLARDFinal

expenditures.Of as follows: grades, Mrs. Welch and Mrs. O. Kinsey, pastor.
generation are seeking the post of remember the Capital as seen Today at 8 p.m. Rev. A. Od- Hill, sponsors; May 18, 4th, 5th rites for Mrs. Pauline

... State Attorney General in the up- through the eyes of a y o ung om, pastor, and congregation of and 6th grades, Mrs. Cooper, Spring Hill Baptist Sunday Simmons Bullard will be held
course, the Attorney General is the St. Paul Baptist Church School, 10 ajn.; morning i at 2 from the
: 5 Marine, discharged in the Mrs. B. Hill and Miss Penny; Wednesday p.m.
coming May
a lot of other things. He is the from LaCrosse will conduct a and May 24, Kindergarten and worship, 11 ajn.; and evening Demascus Baptist at Alachua
of 1919 with the
state's legal counselor, thus advisingall spring $60 joint service; Wednesday at 7:30 8th grade, Mrs. Mc Fadden and worship, 6:30 p. m. Rev. T. D. with the Rev. Atkins officiating.Mrs. .
It makes choosing sides a knotty bonus check, walking the 3jn. Rev. A. L. Jordan, pastor Davis Mrs. Catherine
agencies with advisory opinions.He Mr. Cooper, sponsors. pastor; Bullard, a former citizenof
.. and congregation of Mt. Her-
-. : task indexes the state laws, and he streets, eyes big and wonder- man Baptist Church will conducta McGill, reporter.St. Alachua, had been living in
... New York for the past 25
spurs the Legislature into periodic joint service; LACROSSE NEWS Paul C. M. E. -Morning

; '. One of the contenders is State updating of the statutes. And the ing.I also remember it as it was Thursday at 7:30 pm., Rev.A. Note of Thanks worship, il ajn.: ; and evening years.22 while She at died work.suddenly April

: I Representative Earl Faircloth, 43- Attorney General has a vote on no in the Second World War in gation. Jenkins of East, pastor New, Port and congre Baptist Mrs. Doris Reed wishes to I worship, 6 pjn. Rev' B. F. Wea- Interment will be made in

1.1 year-old University of Florida law fewer than 24 state boards, taking a those tense days after Pearl Church will conduct a joint j thank her friends for acts of ry, pastor. the Demascus Cemetery under

hand in matters ranging from text service 7:30 kindness and also both the Mt. Carmel BaptistThere the direction of White and Dor-
: : .-.graduate with a lengthy record of Harbor when the nation's sea ; Friday at p. ,m.
J book purchasing to outdoor recrea Rev. W. J. Taylor, pastor and church and Choirs' Union for will be mid-week Meditation sey Funeral Home.
.. .... civic activity. The other is James tion. defenses were reduced to a congregation will conduct a their donations during her illness -

t who pitiful gallant skeleton of joint service r .. -Mrs.'--- -Doris--- -fled----.
insider a
'v. Kynes, 35, a political '
ON THE RIGHTImpending"
Sunday a.m. Rev. D. A. =
in which all the officers
'" also is a product of the University navy ]RETARDATION
The Gainesville Sun feels Williams, pastor, and congregation PROGRAM

I "'. of Florida law school. both candidates have the characterand were grim and worried, their of Bethel Lite Baptist There will be a program, entitled .t.

idealism and education necessaryfor lips thin, their faces drawn Church from Orange Heightswill "Mental Retardation"held :

.. Kynes currently sits in the 'Attorney the Attorney General's post. And and their eyes red from loss conduct a joint service; 3p.rn. at the Friendship B a p tist .. : ;i.
Rev. W. D. Dennis, pas.tor .>" :
Church with
of Rev. D. E. White
General's chair because he was we hold little fear that Jimmy Kynes sleep. and congregation" of the ,
pastor today at 8
appointed a few months ago by Governor will fall under iniquitous dominationby THE DEPRESSION years Second Morning Star Baptist During, the program pjn. there TV Revolt I.

Farris Bryant. This is both Governor Bryant. Church will conduct a joint will be several persons we 11
were a time to see Washington. service and 7:30 Rev.C. .
blessing versed in
a blessing and a curse a mental retardation to I
The excitement of Roose- C. Henderson, pas- make discussions.The By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
because the office holder usually has Kynes has been Attorney General
will also conduct
er a joint serv-
-. a vote-getting edge, a curse as only a few months, but he had been velt's personality had caughtit Star Baptist Church will conduct public is invited. There is something to be the oligopolistic television producers

.: "crown prince" of Governor Bryant. aide to Governor Bryant three years up and given it vitality. It a joint service; and 7:30 P.T.A. MEETINGThe said for progress, and on this who have him cor-

r prior. This-experience, the Sun feels, was a change from the dread p.m. Rev. C. C. Henderson, pastor occasion we celebrate the nered. It is one of the best

As a state officer, the Attorney gives Kynes greater familiarity with ful, still, fearful months of and also congregation of Parent Teacher Associa- work of the two benevolent subdued scandals of our time
the Baptist Church from Archer tion of the Williams E 1 e m en- that the major networks have
.. General is important especially to the state governmental scene. Hoover's last two years. In will also conduct a joint :tary School will meet at the English geniuses who have succeeded in keeping pay-TV
contrived little
apparently a
t Alachua County which contains the the stillness of Washingtonone service. Rev. R: T. Davis, :school today at 8 p.m. off the air for all'.intents
machine that will
.- University of Florida and other major So. with no hard words for aspir- could actually hear t he pastor; Mrs. Barbara' H. Bry- to record TV programs permit right us and purposes. Their: arguments

state institutions. As a member ing Earl Faircloth, the GainesvilleSun thin, dry pulsing of locusts in ant, reporter. SLATES MEETINGThe off our home sets, and play against it have been i

r of the State Cabinet, the Attorney endorses Attorney General the hot, decaying summer of them back whenever the spirit dressed up in the most hIghfaluting -
.. Pallbearers' No.
holding James Kynes for re-election. Lodge It is not widely humanitarian- rhetoric
: General is one of seven men moves us.
t 1930.But SECRETARIAL PROGRAM 113 will hold its meeting at the mentioned, but I understandthat : but they break down, under -

... I think the most fabu- DAYTONA BEACH, Plans Masonic Hall today at 8 p.m. a little button in that the assault of rudimentary

lous Washington of all time, are being perfected now for the During the meeting, the offi- wonderful black box needs on- analysis, to a desire to retaina

4 the most wonderful, the most work-experience program, for cers will be elected. ly to be pushed at the right commercial advantage. The
; Voice of the People corrupt, the most vital, and the secretarial terminal studentsof new The is now open for moment to cause the machine original, and still the best idea

the m o s t confused and glorious the Transfer Division of Vo- "to eschew the commercial.And for a program of liberation

must have been the lusia County Community College BAPTIST SERVICESThe of course since it is sel- from the tyranny of televisionby
the Washington from !''I860 to at General Electric Com- dom practicable t
On The Sun's Opinion Page= 1865. We know it only from pany, scheduled to begin next Baptist Brotherhood I, someone by the TV set to push absence, the recording gad
: books, of course, but the pic- year. Mrs. Joan Wilson and Mr.J. monthly services will be held at buttons all day to suit the get I speak of, insofar as it

ture of it is clear. In 1860 the A. McPherson of General the Friendship Baptist C h u rch master's taste, there is yet can encourage selectivity, and
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters Electric and Mrs. Engrain
i Joyce eliminate
general in command of the tomorrow Wednesday April 30,
advertising !
another little parasitic box *
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The Army was older than the capital of VCCC are now developing at 8 pjn. with dials and things, which free enterprise's spirited answer -
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writers meaning or itself. This was old Win- the program. The public is invited.CONVALESCING you have only to turn, to instruct to the monopolistic

intent.. field Scott, a vain corpulen t Presently, the Sophomore Sec your genie at what stranglehold of the present li.

Let this would be unchristian.Do for endorsing Holland are man, jealous and pompous, retarial Students are securing I hours it is to come to life, and censees.

Negroes the Christian people of these: 1)) you find him "ba- who was given to admiringhis their practical secretarial exper- Mrs. Susanna Chisholm, of what channels it is then to The derivative advantagesare
Help Selves either race want to see the own gross legs when having iences in offices of the c au nty's record.So apparent. If the average
is 'n
N. W. 6th Ave. who ailing
i population of mulattos in- sically honest"; 2)) you be- a foot bath. He could no schools. Such training will American family will in the
the Alachua General
lieve his influence in Wash- longer sit on his horse, but he continue, in addition to the training Hospital, that, ideally, you mightat days to
EDITOR, Sun: This is my crease in America, to the extent improving.Mrs. come have at its disposal -
I I comment on your editorial on that the population of ington "can benefit Florida"; wore the huge epaulettes and to be offered in cooperationwith was reported. Alberta as Tillman, a mem- say, 10 o'clock at night a mechanism by whichit
3)) you are touched by nostalgia yellow sash which were the General Electric. treat yourself to two hours of
April 17 quoting,. and I pre- mulattos will outnumber, the ber of the Mt. Pleasant Methodist can exert its discriminative
wondering what "won- fashion of the time. The proposed training program the best television fare that
Hu- white ? faculties and make
sume agreeing with, Sen. or Negro race Church who is ill at her choices,
derful ideals must have driven will include at least twen- occurred during the day. Andon
bert Humphrey. The factors that have beenat home, was reported as improving. why then not only will it benefit -
work in America in the past him to risk death over St. THE CITY was grandioseand ty hours of secretarial work those occasions, rare to be from the stimulation of
Someone should tip off the each week at the General Elec-
MihieL"I muddy. Foreign diplo- when find a
have kept the population of sure, you program dormant faculties, but
Negro leaders and their followers mats laughed at its tric Company during the semes- many
raw valuable -
that a chain of hotels- mulattos at a comparativelylow must confess that suchan crudeness. There were onlysix ter that the student participates SPEAKS MAY 3 that is particularly it hours of the week will be liberated -
number. to you, you can tape for other
pursuits. (How
motels and eating places, example of poor reasoningin buildings. There was t he in the program. The Rev. E. Rollins, of Jack- and stow it and playit
These factors away many people are aware of the
cover housing,
from Maine to New Orleans the editorial column of Capitol with The students are required to in Gaines-
not yet finished sonville, well known
school church and social back when the mood is on recent finding that the head of
t with restroom facilitiesfor segregation your newspaper comes as a scaffolding about the u p p er have full secretarialstenographic ville, will speak at the Mt. Olive
Negroes would be a paying and in some states, surprise to me. If it wasn't part of it. There were the skills, including shorthand, Baptist Church with Rev. H. you. SOUNDS much like the average American family

.I ".. business. And would fill a laws forbidding racial inter- that so many of your past Mansion, the Post Office, the typing, and general office procedures Kinsey, pastor, May 3 at 11 IT very think of it spends more time watching
much needed service for the marriage. editorials have made much Patent Office, the Treasuryand in order to qualify for ajn. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re another gadget. I television than he does work
-- Negro race. However, these factors that sense, I probably wouIdn'ttake the Smithsonian Institu- the program. porter. as something much more than ing at his job?) As it standsat

w have kept the population of the time to even ven- tion.I Training under these real that. At the most grandioselevel the moment, millions of
If the money that has already mulattos in the past low, are ture a comment.I working conditions at General CHURH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. I think of it as another families dig jn by their television \
,_ been spent by the Negro now going through a great would like to have seen Electric will provide students lifesaver by which the indi- sets and sit there hour i,
4 race, on the March on change with the federal gov- seriously question the the first troops arrive in 1861. with a variety of experienceswhich Pleasant Methodist vidual can assert himself, and after hour, afraid of missing

Washington, the thousands of ernment seeking to have every wisdom of sending Senator Some were dressed in gaudy in turn will prepare them There will be mid-week pray- protest the packaged fare of anything, listening in coma-

.-- street d em o n strations, sit- state law prohibiting interracial Holland, with his record, at uniforms, replete with white I tose, abject, selfabnegatingstupor
ins, lawyer fees and disorderly marriage repeal e d, age 72, back to the Senate for gloves and plumes. Others to whatever the threeor
I conduct fines, had been or declared unconstitutional, another term in spite of his were in homespun. It was TIME TO BE AWARE four channels at their disposal i

spent establishing these accommodations along with forced school inte- seniority there. In the first overrun with s c a net ladies have to offer., The knowledge
for the Negro gration. place, at his age, his effectiveness and, as the war went on, of- that a program can be

race, they could now be enjoying And many of the churches through seniority has to ficers created scandals by escorting and CommunistsBy trapped mechanically, and
all the accommodations are silent on racial intermarriage be held always questionable: the more notorious of Negroes viewed at will if it seems, lat.
that the white race en- while strongly supporting the probability is high that these to balls and the opera. er, to make any sense to do

l "' joy.There church membership inte- his health may not hold out The troops drilled in the RICHARD WILSON ardent antagonist of Communist ity movement. Some new so, means hours released to

.,. is very little differ gration which would mean for the coming full term; it streets,in were the drunken streets fired and Chief, Cowles Washington penetration and an ardent groups have been formed read books, or magazines, or
ence in the race relations conditions church and home social integration is inevitable that his stay in rowdy Bureau newspapers. I do not deny
rifles and down thestreets protagonist of equal rights for which seem more inclined to
;t .... East, West, North, or with the Negro the Senate will end in the and caused WASHINGTON, D. C. Negroes.One violence or overt mass acts that there are pulpy books,

..... South. Politics and hypocrisyraise leaders teaching their race to very near future. decent citizen to move many out of a About a year ago it was which might lead to violence. but the great difference is

their heads higher in set racial inter marriage as this of is not the capital. pointed out here that there ardency collided with At the same time the attitude'of magazines, and newspapers,
.... some sections of our nation their goal. that he was reason to be concerned the other. A condition arose the attorney general more that the eyes are permitted
than do in other sections.An the important reason in which the Federal Bureauof to discriminate, to rej
With all these factors about Communist exploitationof
at should not be returned to the THEY WENT OUT, finally, nearly corresponds to the at- rant intelligence
effort by the Negro race work unless the people of Senate. The important reasonis to fight at a place across the the civil equality movement Investigation was COI.ovinced titude of FBI Director Hoover impositions on
of the of and taste: while the
these accommodations importance
to provide each race along with the in river in Virginia called Bull This brought some complaints a year ago. '
that we are living a per- i
._ for their people, independent churches of each race, awaken iod of rapid social change, Run. They went as if to pic from Negro leaders, Communist penetration, and :Mr. Hoover has spoken pub- adamant television viewer
of the white the attorney general was not. has not the choice, the
race, who that saga
and these thought to connect
apparent the kind of change that the nics. The congressmen hired licly. He said that it is known
__ would at last show a small covered truths out in the open, minds of the Senator Hollandsof carriages and bought the restaurants Communist inspired activities This contrast became most that Communist influence exists of meaningt ness s 'etchcsineluctabJy1

symbol of race independence, I fear we will see in the not unable to out of picnic baskets. with their movement was only evident when the attorney in the North and can be before hinT at 7Vi
I them of the parasite the country are general conferred with certain feet per second, or whatever
and take out too far-future jnasa increases for the purpose of disparaging the through which ,
comprehend.Civil Champagne and bourbon whis- in the and thereis no racing his
class.I in the 'mulatto population. and defeating their ju s t leaders Negro move- caused to eyes
large masses are
ky flowed on trains, in the ment whom he to forward to the bright.
sincerely believe that the ,Many white people that at- rights legislation cause. was seeking lose perspective and, without spots,
white people that really have tend the World's Fair in New medical care for the elderly, carriages and among the Negro 1 e a d e rs however, recognize and persuade. What realizing it, succumb to IT IS A CLICHE tempered

good will"for 'and reallyWant York likely will be travelingin minimum wage laws: these troops. might have learned from leaders he heard from them shocked the party's propaganda.What however by the galling truth
I to help both the Negro and hostile territory. are only a few of the problems Their return was patheticand of labor. The latter discov- him, and it was only after the that the principal! danger of

the white races, should point I. W. SKINNER 'of today which requirethe tragic. There were fath- ered long ago that they could fact that he checked with the has been surprising is our age is the disappearanceof

-. this out and help the Negro ArcherWhy thoughts, the imagination; ers with the bodies of their neither operate their unionsnor FBI to find that several with that the established Negro the individual, under the

race to acquire these accommodations and the good will of the JohnF. sons in wagons and carriages.It win general public accep- whom he had conferred had leaders whose motivationsare tidal waved the masses. The
for their definite Communist associa- above doubt would have excuse for terminating this
people, Holland Kennedys and, yes, the tance so long as it appearedthat or
that they may become -independent Brailey Odhams. was a "Woebegone rabble." the labor movement was tions. taken such a passive attitudein that program on TV is that no i
of the white race In Should CoEDITOR Not many persons realized the being extensively used by FBI records also contained this matter. Labor leaders more than ten million people

_: this respect. Many think, and The choice seems so obviousto Marines covered that retreat Communist oriented material showing that one of once tried to sweep penetra- watch it, instead of the requisite
I I the actions of the' Negro Sun: I just wroteto me that I cannot attempta and kept it from being a com- groups. the most active leaders of tion of their unions under the 15.5 million or whateveris I

leaders seem to bear out the you concerning Monday's more comprehensive ana- pIe t e disaster. Fear ran TODAY IT IS much more the equality movement was rug until they discovered that the magic figure. Not only

__ facts that equal accommodations editorial, but now I find thatI lysis of the upcoming electionof through the city then, and the evident than a year ago that being advised constantly by a it was they or the Communists is the individual lost, under

_ ,.... is not their goal, but have to write to you in regard a Florida Senator. It just Confederates could have takenit Communist influence does ex- man known to the FBI as a who were going to control such swollen reckonings, but

that only complete amalga- to today's (Apr. 21)). seems to me that out of mere but they too, were an untrained ist in the equality movement, Communist, that this man certain u n ions. Then there the million individuals. Any ,

mation of the two races, "The dark side of the coin" .. journalistic fairness you army and were in victory and this fact is more seriously wrote speeches for the leader was a continuous drive against social development that challenges

would be their only satisfactory was by far the most convin- would present the ideas of at still a rabble. They de- evaluated by responsible and consulted with him in advance Communist penetration last- the macrocosmic

:: goal. cing of the two sides. How least "one of his current op layed and the chance was lost. government officials. Lying of civil rights demon ing for a decade and now the steamroller is pro the individual

.".. Amalgamation of the two you could possibly arrive at ponents." Isn't this one of the I would like to have seen it back of this new recognitionis strations.A union movement as a wholeis pro-you, pro-me,
races would surely bring destruction the conclusion you did is be- responsibilities of a newspaper then and in the years aft- a rather strange parad 0 L relatively free of Communist pro-our right, as defined by s ,

4 and chaos to each yond my comprehension.In ? er with Lincoln walking its The attorney general, Mr. NEW MILITANCY has penetration and domina- Chesterton, to be cur own ,

race. And I sincerely believe summary your reasons ROBERT CANNEY streets. Kennedy, has been both an lately been noted in the equal- tion. potty, little selves. i




''I ue. '../, Apiil 25, ;.;4 Gain'.vnig; Sun S

.i| Civitans Pick President Foes
Rights -

i I Greeks Press on Cyprus Front I ADVERTISEMENT I
Jam Cockier was named Civitan Club yesterday. '

JCMLprjesldent of the Gainesville Other officers elected were WarnedCloture ".., 1-f

Janes Williford,president-elect: NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) ing, Greek national guardsmen was not known. sides that Is of no value."
To the Rescue R. P. Mathison, vice presi- Of Greek Cypriot forces renewed lobbed three 60mm mortar Greek Cypriot officers said 1 U.N. officers were reported

dent; Farley Butler, secretaryand their drive for St. HiIarion Castle 'shells into gunposts near the the Turkish defenders rejecteda trying to arrange a ceasefire.The .
MONTREAL (AP) Fire- Bill Morgan, treasurer. and the strategic Kyrenia 11th-century castle. surrender ultimatum relayedby twin objectives of the
I ,.mea nd police had their hands They will assume their duties WASHINGTON (AP-Senate Pass shortly after dawn with The tempo appeared reduced Canadian U.N. troops. Greeks were the castle itself
full leaders said today they are try- mortar fire on Turkish posi from heavy fighting A Below the mountain
Monday night hauling 37 July 1.Club. Monday. steep and the high point of the Nicosia
women, most of them clad in ing to persuade Southern, opponents -tions. U.N. spokesman said positions sides, Canadian soldiers pat- Kyrenia highway, a pass ti
leotards, out of a basement members'at yesterday's of the civil rights bill to After a night of sporadic firRllSsia's seemed unchanged overnight. rolled the Turkish villages of over the mountains about a mile

,physical ,culture studio after business session at the Holiday reverse their stand against vot Greek forward elements were Phileri, Krini and Aghirda to east of the castle.
1 they were Inn also presented" their annu- ing this week on a compromisejury reported within a quarter-mile protect inhabitants. Most Turk- Capture of these points would
overcome smoke
al awards to outstanding Civi trial amendment. of the fortress. ish families had fled.
from a fire above. remove the last important Turk-
nette high school members. A Turkish
The Apparently they hoped to con- Cypriot spokesmansaid Canadian troops also set up ish threat to the Kyrenia area,
rescuers lugged fourWomen Winners were Pamela Cobb vince the Dixie forces that they the Turks held the castle roadblocks.on the Kyrenia high- 'on the north coast of the island,
through a door of the and Margery, special awards; were running the risk of havingthe PlanetaryGoals and that the Greeks had been way east and north of the castle. ;and would isolate Turkish villages -
burning driven
building. When that Virginia Storter, Robert E. Han- Senate invoke its debate back. There was no con- ,A U.N. spokesman said their :( on the mountainsides.The .
route was blocked, they passed cock Award and Nancy Carol limiting cloture rule. ToldTAMPA firmation of the latter claim. I aim was to observe military Turks have controlled the
rest through a window. Shepard, outstanding Civinette. r The offensive opened before movements and control other J highway! since the start of the!
I "If dilatory tactics continue, dawn Saturday with a surprise 'traffic into the fighting area. I civil war between the Greek and
I (AP-A White House attack that I
cloture will be forthcoming, overran Turkish po "There are certain types of'Turkish Cypriots last Christmas
SHOES BY said Sen. Hubert H. representative has told a conference sitions. The Greek Cypriots "
ADAMSFirst fighting we cannot stop, the :season. With the pass in their JOHN CONNELL
D-Minn., the assistant Demo- of space scientists that swept four miles forward spokesman said. "If the fighting ]hands the Greeks could drive

in style, first in quality cratic leader and floor managerof Russia's commitment for plan- toward the castle along the 2- Is of such a nature that interposing :south and open the rest of the
Lowest prices at the House-passed bill. etary exploration is five times 500-foot-high crest of the Ky- yourself between the sides I Ii road to traffic between the COUNTY JUDGE
greater that that of the United renia Range.A .
means are blasted by both I capital and the Kyrenia.
He told a reporter that both States. i you I
COMMUNITY U.N. spokesman said You
like citizens
SHOE SHOP he and Sen. Everett M. Dirksen a most
at the National number of mortar shells
Speaking Monday had
probably have had no reason -
of the leader
Men's Illinois Repubilcan Conference on Space Nutrition -hit the castle but the extent of STABLE & DIGNIFIEDKeep i to utilize the services of
t Shoes 4.95 had been talking to Sen.
to 10.95Boy's Richard B. Russell, D Ga. and related waste prob- damage to the historic structure the County Court of Alachua -

Shoes 2.95 to 6.95 spokesman for the 19 southern, lems, Dr. Charles S. Sheldon II County. For this reason

said: your Tax Assessor's you may be having a difficult
Men's senators banded together to
Sport Shirts
and Ban-Lon Shirts "I feel have the knowl-
fight the bill.Dirksen we BroadMindedLOUSVILLE office operating in a stable time in deciding whom
2.95 to 3.95 edge, the manpower, the resources and dignified: manner. you should vote for on May

confirmed that he and the facilities to Ky. (APEv- KEEP J. PIERCESMITH 5. I would like to take this
f ;
Ladies and men's hosiery in all the latest was making an effort "to see if mount the finest program in the eryone showed up despite this opportunity to give

colors and shades at low prices. we can't get a vote this week" world. I am also aware we are sign in front of a high school. It 3 some facts to digest and you I
despite Russell's'earlier' an- in a race with a competent and read: :
First class shoe repair dying and polishing nouncement that there would be tough minded competitor. We sincerely hope that time

735 N.W. 5 Avenue none if the Southerners could must recognize the nature of "P-T-A Broad Meeting To- will permit you to check
Phone 2-9354 prevent it. this race and organize to meetit I night." (Pd. Adr.) their validity.

not by year-to-year reactions ----- r 1. My opponent, after 24
iIt but with sound and consistent years has come to consider

KIDS! Don't Miss The put planning.He three-said"the times United as many States pay.has Dear Parent and Grad of GHS main this himself court instead as as a his servant of thinking private of do-the of

I loads into orbit, "but the Rus- people. Except for election

sians have put up about three time he is discourteous and

I times as "much net payload as and Friends Wide inconsiderate., H e would
:we have. County :
"What is more discouraging" rather give a lecture or a

I FIREWORKSGainesville's Heldon added, "the Soviet Union sermon instead of real serv-
has increased its lead in the ice. I pledge courteous service -

weight category every year for Please do not call me at GHS this next week, to discuss my political campaign. at all times.

the last five years." I am doing my job as principal and have taken the responsibilities of 2. It has become practi-

Neither nation has lost an astronaut Director of Guidance in place of Mrs. Stevens who is convalescing in the cally impossible for businessmen -

Most Spectacular he said, and "stories to hospital after major heart surgery. agency represent
the contrary are fabrications." atives and citizens to work

DO THIS: If the programs I have administered during the past 18 years with our present judge ef-

Display Since Gator Growl PropagandaWar have been good, tell 10 different friends about my work. Remember, if fectively-unless he is having -

BoostedLONDON the 5000 students and friends I have worked directly with for schools do one of his better days.

this we will reach 50,00 people( !!! Cooperation will be my

(AP-Moscow) motto.
din has increased its Chinese I 3. Our juvenile court

... :..:.: language broadcasts a third to 1. have a Masters Degree from the U of Fla., that this Is the maximum requirement for could be among the best instate
41"....: WED.Qs carry the propaganda war with a SUPERINTENDENT IN THIS STATE. the with resources

o,eo.a .Ii lr ...e.c .. the Red Chinese leaders to Peking'S 2. That the present administration is not suooortina mv candidacy but In the Dast years. such as the phychiatric unit
.b sae0 po...... home territory.The has recommended me for MERIT PAY OR COMPETENCY AWARD EACH YEAR IT HAS at the University of Florida
1 ro.o. 0 e.-. summer schedule of the BEEN IN EFFECT. This is the highest award granted to a teacher in this county as it pays
o.. Co''' : Soviet Union's main international $400.00 per year surely it would not have been awarded if I had not earned it. Teaching Hospital. Use of

l .1'0;:? outlet features Chinese 3. That any FEE set by any school must be approved by the superintendent and school board, community resources are incompatible -
7 .. !too"ilJif.". programs above all others. Programs and the FEES are NOT COLLECTABLE if the parent obiects. and that no child under my with the presentjudge's
=.-:.. \ ....:$qat. supervision has ever been denied any subject activity or holding back of grades if they did thinking and he refuses -
fiD .. : t.... .. Peking not FEE.
... a
,. pay
....O &) b ... '. 0'. -\t., 7 4 5 been> 'increased from 42 to 66& to utilize them. In
.-0 pO v: \_l'! hourS a week, largest boost in 4. That the policy of GHS regarding activities Is as follows: Any student wishing to attend fact he doesn't even realize
":::: : ::: a p.m. the schedule. any function athletic flame, band concert etc with the parents consent, may have a that, new techniques in
bps aD: 4II.. c) free ticket by reporting to the office and requesting same.
: NOTICE OF SALE treatment have been developed -
: : 1 Notice I* hereby given that pursuant 5. That the schools I have administered have been run democratically, not as a dictator /
I o : to II Final Decree of Foreclosure, entered and that the will of the people has been expressed in my administration as to discipline activities in the field of juvenile
Court In of Case Alachua No. 11S45-C.County. in Florida the Circuit, on dress curriculum, etc and that thi superintendent has been notified of every major policyof rfelinouency. I will use all
CITIZEN'S FIELD April 24 1964, I will sell the property our school. Mat I have not been reprimanded for enforcing the policies.
situated In Alachua County. Florida described resources In order to assure
asCommence: 6. That I was asked to speak at the State Superintendents Convention on programs at GHS :the most effective resultsIn
of the Northeast at the Northwest corner and that various Superintendents, state wide, have sent teachers to visit our school. I have
Quarter of
the of
Northeast Quarter (NE V of NE V\ been commended for our program despite the shortage of teachers. the handlina our juve-
of Section 15. Township 4 South, niles.
,. PLUS"REBELS Range 22 East thence run North 7. That I have never solicited funds from any school employee and that I believe any school
89 the degrees. 54 minutes East along person should have the right to Politic for any candidate after school hours. 4. For the past eight
North line of said Section 113. has
39 feet thence North the
run 6 years
25 minutes West 54.*1 feet to degrees.II pointon 8. That I have not promised any job to any person and that I have not made any plans to the need for a
the South Right of Way of. 40 discharge any school person. This school year will be under the administration of the pre- I brought up
foot road known as Wallace Drive sent superintendent. I am not interviewing' for him, nor will he interview for me. detention home. After each
t and recorded In Plat Book "'D". Pape ,
58, of ,the Public Records of Alachua / half-hearted efforts
Coonty, Florida said point also- 9. That I want to transfer my talents and abilities county wide to work. for every child In this election
being the Point of Beginning/ ; thence: school system. have been started in this direction -
run North 12 degrees 50 minutes
.... East, along said Right of Way, 617 10. DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES DISCUSS THE DEMERITS OF MY OP- but his inability to
way feet thence 267.32 feet run, North thence 32 run degrees.North PONENT. I AM RUNNING ON MY MERITS. HIS RECORD SPEAKS FOR HIM. I WILL CON- I compromise on constructionand
East along said Right of Way, 6M. J location
feet minutes thence, 30 run seconds North East 77 degrees along said 52 Thanks for the pleasures you have given me in the past years-If I am our juveniles are still being

Right South of 79 Way. 307.61 feet thence run worthy, work for me, if I have been wrong and made mistakes, you be the ,detained .in the county jail.
degrees. 4' minutes East
THEM along said Right of Way 51393 feet, judge and vote your convictions. If four years after you electme
M16 t thence run South 6 degrees 57
still being
minutes East, 540 feet, thence run juveniles are
i t! South 271.1 feet 42 degrees thence, run 08 minutes South 82 West degrees WORK FOR, TALK ABOUT, AND VOTE FOR detained in the jail, I will
02 minutes. 50 seconds West. for re-election.
not run
ii 2041.14 feet to the East Right of Way,
i -- IN of North a 40 6 foot degrees.graded 25 road minutes, thence West run I 5. Since our present judge

along the Point said Right of Beginning.of/Way 675 All feet being to Your Candidate for Sup't of Public Instruction. 'does not understand the
_Jili and lying In Sections 10. 11. 14 and new techniques in treat-
15, Township 9 South, Range 22 mental Illness

i : PERSON! East taining by Alachua 40.11/ Perry acres County C. McGrlff more, Florida or dated less.; Survey May con VOTE For W. S. "TINY"TALBOT I which ment have of been developed,

i 18. 1962. TOGETHER with the fob !he cannot understand that
I personal property to-wit: International -
300 Utility Tractor. Disc- commitment to o state institution -
Harrow Rotocycle Mower and Grove I last
ENJOY Trailer. should be a
r : !- at public sale to the highest and best I that under
a bidder for cash at the door of the office resort. I promise
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court at administration the
I L MUSICDrive Alachua County Courthouse In Gainesville my ,
Florida, between the hours of :County Judge's office will be
11:00 AJt. and 2:00 PM. on Tues-
day. May 5. 1965. spearhead for a progressive
DATED this 24th day of April A.D. ,
out and enjoy the fun! The huge display of spectacular fireworks 19" J. B. CARMICHAEL Clerk y Superintendent of Public Instruction mental health program.

l hove been scheduled before the small children's bedtime to give the kids (Circuit Circuit Court Seal Court) 6. At least 17 Florida

a chance to see professionally produced fireworks at an early evening hour. Deputy Clerk WATERHOUSE r PULL LEVER 24-A counties have who non-attorney are do-
+ The Gator Growl fireworks often too late for small JOE C. JENKINS JR. county judges
are children to enjoy. Attorney for Plaintiff Since the
Pd. MY. good jobs.
I 224 Southwest 2nd Avenue ing very
Gainesville Florida establishment of the Alachua -
I County Court of Record,

i REFRESHMENTS I Beware of Unproven Imitations! i;has the become County basically Judge's a court Human -

Relations Court. My
Re-Elect and Keeps qualifications are compatible -

SHORT TALK BY i with the administration

''of this court.

CLAUDEBRANDON I My undergraduate degree

I uis in Social Welfare, .with

___ :'the emphasis in corrections

SCOTTc. I-!nd criminology. I am cur-
thesis for
9+ '>ntlv Hoino a my
Master's decree In this

I I ,field. Mv professional em-
t :ofoyment includes: !Supervisor -


[Commission and. a* such,

KELLYCandidate He Has Done A Good Job For You ;rountv in officer Circuit of the C Alachua e it r ts;

} !Counselor o* Finland Tr"'in,

ina Center. Gainesville Psy

FOR Florida State Hospital. Pres-
I in business for
for Governor ently am
More and Better Roads New Parks Playgrounds & myself.

[This will be Kelly's sixth public visit to Gainesville since the start of the New Courthouse Ramps A change office In the Is manda CountyJudge's
gubernatorial campaign and probably his last before the May 5th primary. 9 New Hospital Facilities Effective and Sensible Zoning and WITH ECONOMY tory. On May 5th retire the

Kelly will briefly outline his platform particularly as it pertains to higher Planning incumbent (he is eligible for

education. Improved Mosquito Control School Sidewalk Program PULL LEVER full retirement) and elect

NO ADMISSION CHARGE I Full Time Civil Defense Director. Added Library Services 2 5 A John'udge-Connell You will your be glad County you

('4. Adv.) C'i.Job.' did!


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,: .6 Gainesville Sun Tuesday,_April 28, 1964 .

''I :Ill 0 m f n ODD BSPhi Names 'Girls / PROSPECTIVE 'FIRST LADIES'' I II

I Gwen Mathews Keeps ChecKEditor's I

THE ffllDliy l I ( Note: This Is one has given up trying to advise I The four Mathews .children I
f in a series of articles on him on it but, crafty and wife- are all working for"PapaV she

the wives of the six Democratic like, she has arranged a match. says. I

candidates for governor, "This is done before we leave "They're quite popular* at

Ruth Weimer . Women's Editor : one of whom is likely to be home," she says. "Everythingput school," says Mama, "because
> Florida's next first lady.) in the suit cases matches."' they're the ones with the cam I

.d By CHARLES STAFFORD paign buttons." ..
: : Associated Press Writer I
Tea CompLimenfsFFWC .,., The trim, sun streaked For each battle she loses on Mathews says his wife's-as-

S r blonde regarded the back of her the appearance front, signment in his campaign Is .
:;. r,. husband's head with dismay and she says, she wins one in the "to travel with me and fuss at. ,
oYear'I enrichment of her own spirit. "
R delivered her opinion: i me.
Officers { "Jack, you need a haircut." "Jack is the biggest optimistthat
While she never advises on
The blonde was Gwen Mathews ever paced this earth
fighting her losing battle says Mrs. Mathews. "He wakesup strategy of policy he says she

Honoring Mrs. Mark W. -Enamel ,.: twin arrangement lavendar against her husband's disinterest -: happy and he sings in the ,does give advice on technicalities.

I newly elected president f chrysanthemums satin in his appearance.. She los shower. Everything is in march "Sometimes I will say
the Florida Federation of Women'S grapes in long stemmed com again. tempo. He has a marvelous out- something that isn't easily understood
I look." ," he "and she
Clubs, a tea was given yesterday potes. t ''I haven't time to get one,'' says
will tell about it"
afternoon by the Gainesville Mrs. Woodrow Shaw was In r,, said John E. Mathews, a state I She never has to encourageher me
Woman's Club and the m senator from Jacksonville and husband or lift him oat of Mrs. Mathews feels her most
charge of decorations. Nametags r
Alachua County Federation of ., a Democratic candidate for gov- discouragement important job is "to be nice to
handled by Mrs. Jack 4
Women's Clubs at the club, were : : .. ernor. He hurried on into the "I'm the one who gets dis- people, to do what I can to get
and Mrs. T. K. McPherson =
Simmons -
, house. Mrs. F. W. Kokomoor, of ,,,r ..*...a>a 'morning of another campaignday couraged when things don't go them to vote for Jack."
\ past president of the county federation was In charge re- ; ,, with his hair thin atop- exactly right," she says. "But She says she hasn't thought
:. was tea chairman. freshments. 1a lapping over his shirt collar just to be around him five minutes about the duties of a First Ladyor

I Tea Assistants ..a. f down behind. picks me up." how she would perform them."I .
I i Receiving with Mrs. Emmel "Jack is not at an concerned just guess I'll be me," she
I were Mrs. J. Ed. Price, Gainesville Also assisting with hospitalities r' i about his physical appearance Mrs. Mathews married her says. "I'll do a job in any way

I'' Woman's Club president, were Mrs. J, D. Thigpen, ..': w, ';.,,..<* '?;. ___.. ".:':: :,::? ," says Mrs. Mathews. husband 10 years ago, afro a he wants me to do it. I just feel
Mrs; Earnest Bartlett, County and Mrs. Earl Bryan of the Ala. Chosen for the high honor, "Girl of the Year," by each:'chapter:- of-r- Beta: "He could not care less. I short, fast courtship.A a little lucky to be so close to

Federation president, and Mrs.I chua Woman's Club; Mrs. Lotta Sigma Phi were :Miss Barbara Chamblin, Phi Beta Theta; Mrs. Sue Bridges, have to remind him constantly. widow, she operated a floral as great a man as Jack Mat-
Kokomoor.Also R. H. Hel- ." shop In Jacksonville."He .
Wadsworth Mrs.
r Gamma Chi, Mrs. Joyce Smith, Xi Phi, and Mrs. Annette Guinn, Alpha Lamb
the Hawthorne She he bothers to came into the to
of shop
honored were Mrs. Charles i da. They received their trophies at the annual Founders' Day Banquet Saturday says
J Woman's Club; Mrs. Don Un- match socks tie and suit. She buy flowers and that is how we
B. Outer, state corresponding night. OFFICE
met, she .
derwood, Mrs. Mary Hamm, says.It
appointed secretary members, and other of the newly-state and Mrs. Barbara Bryan of the : Thirtythird Beta Sigma Phi i tered with an arrangement of man; Mrs. Joyce Smith, Xi Phi,! was 18 months after their MACHINES!

board who are: High Springs Junior Club; Mrs. Founders' Day Banquet took spring flowers and fern while director, Mrs. Sadie Wilson and CalendarOf wedding day before he sought
McDowell and Mrs. L. W. place Saturday evening at the the smaller tables were deco- Mrs. Annette Guinn, Alpha i public office. EQUIPMENT! --

Mrs. Harold Gertner, health Register Jr. of the High Springs Holiday Inn with Dr. U. S. Gordon rated with yellow chrysanth Lambda, director, Mrs. Anne "But I always knew politicswas
services chairman; Mrs. Fred New Century Club. pastor of the First Presby- mums, fern, and yellow can Vestal. EventsTODAY in the back of his mind,"1 SUPPLIES

Heath, state historian; Mrs. terian Church as guest speaker. During the banquet, each she says. "Jack, says he can't
Jean O. Mitchell, art division From the Melrose Club were This is the Way," this year's dles.Four Members Honored member received the name of remember whether he ask ed I

chairman; Mrs. Ralph Fountain !Mrs. W. A. McLaughlin and theme of the sorority, was the Highlight of.,the evening was her "Secret S 1 st e r" this past April 28 me first whether I liked politics Plenty of Free Parkingin
presidential aide; Mrs. Mrs. G. A. Godley, Mrs. John subject selected by Dr. Gordonfor the presentation of trophies to year.A or" whether I would marry; Rear!
for Mr. and Mrs. him. !
and Reception
Bird, Mrs. Herb Nelson his talk. He pointed out that i each chapter's "Girl of the special guest for the
Flake.Parker, press book chairman eve- No Wait
James W. Kynes, 6 to 6:30 This
Mrs. Hal Hand Jr., In- Mrs. Irene Dawson from Keystone "the Way is Life, and the Waysof the directors of the ning was Mrs. Ruth Baxter of energetic woman in the
Mrs. C. M. Cherry p.m., Holiday 8 travels everywhe
ternational relations chairman Heights; Life should be measured in chapters. Ocala past chapter director.
and Mrs. Price, civic beautifi- and Mrs. Mamie Van Horn terms of length of service, Those honored were Miss Barbara Dancing followed the banquet. Nursery Board of Directors with her husband, and she EXPERT OFFICE

cation chairman. from the Business and Professional width of fulfillment, depth of a Chamblin, Phi Beta The Beta Sigma Phi chapters 8 p.m., at the even makes speeches. She PLANNING SERVICEUvts
Woman's Club; Mrs.S. steadfast foundation, and heightof ta, director, Mrs. Harold Mith; throughout the state and nation school, 528 NW 7th Terrace. says she enjoys doing it.
Among those pouring coffee S. Koru Mrs. Floyd North- Great Books Discussion "I tell about Jack and our life
ideals for living. Mrs. Sue Bridges, Gamma Chi, are observing Beta Sigma Phi
and-punch during the afternoonwere rop and Mrs. Doyle Webb of The speakers' table was cen- director, Mrs. Kathryn Berg- Week, April 24-30. Group, 8 p.m., Gainesville together and the children and
the honorees and Mrs. M. A. A. U. W.; Mrs. Clara Gehan Public Library. why I think Jack should be governor

T. Hartman Jr., Mrs. Wm. T. of Altrusa; Mrs. William Zea- r Altrusa Club, 7 p.m., Holi- ," she says. "I don't go in
Araett, and Mrs. G. R. McDowell nah of the Gainesville Junior GWC Bridge Brides'Book Recital I Set day Inn.Crafts. to issues.'I think his answers on I

Woman's Club, and members of Party Features Saturday By Workshop, Gainesville the issues belong to him." Complete
"I miss being with the children
Woman's Club 9:15
The Of f its Outfitters
tea table, covered with a the board of the Gainesville "
DecorA Teachers Assn.The East Room of the Clubhouse. very much, Mrs. Mathews
pink cloth, was centered with a Woman's Club. Spring says. "But I feel it will be PH. 372-2555
American Association of Un very
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..w''''' \ --m1II1II11II11III! I worthwhile
:IIIIIIIIIII yellow and white color second formal recital by iversity Women Evening In- this time" we spend i 601 W. UNIVERSITY AYE

scheme was used throughout the students of teacher members terest Group, 8 p.m. Mrs. Le i away from them.

I clubhouse Friday afternoon for; FRIDAY, May 1 of the Gainesville Music Teachers on M. Henderson and Mrs.

the regular bridge party of the Shower complimenting Mrs. Association will be held at Vera Jenkins at the Hendersons I AM A HAPPY CARPET
Gainesville Woman's Club. I 7:30 p.m. in the choral audi 1524 NW 12th Road.
( Robert Adams Monroe III, I INSTALLER!
/lIJw 1 torium of the University of TUESDAY, April 28
The tea table was laid with the former Miss Janice Yvonne Florida Music Building, Saturday Delta Zeta Alumnae Association -

lace over yellow'and the silver Cannon 7:30 p.m., Mrs. May 2. The public is in- 7:30 p.m. Mrs. K. S. Me. Color Me Happy!

/ 8Y candelabrum at each end contained Bill Ward, 944 NW 33rd Ave vited. Refreshments will be Mullen, 1065 SW 11th Avenue. You Will Be Too '
A silver
yellow tapers. served.
nue. WEDNESDAY, April 29 With
Carpet From
OSEPHINE urn in the center contained red
Mrs. Otis Nelson will be In Scribblers Group of the
luncheon for
The at either
roses. large urns '
Gainesville Woman's Club,
LOWMAMTip end of the ballroom were fill- Miss Sharon Elizabeth Fagan, charge, with Mrs. J. Rob e r t
Ashley and Dr. Vere Richards 'I 9:30 a.m.,' Mrs. W. J. Cody,
ed with greens. bride elect of John Douglas assisting. chairman.

Mrs. John E. Slaughter, chair- First Methodist Church,
"Ulu .u- ---I.- ft Rogers, 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Clayton
22 tables in Mrs. Delbert Sterrett chair Panel Discussion, ."Sex Mor
man, play.
From Romans Who First bridge prize was won by Mrs.E. Hawk Andrew and John her daughter Temples man of Student Activities, has als and Today's Youth," 7:30 BEDDING & CARPET CENTER* "SID"X18

Mrs. Earl Martinson and second Gainesville Golf and arranged the program. pjn., Bethany Room. W. Unirersit. Y._Are'FR 2-0441 TERRELL
Were by Mrs. M. B. Monk. THURSDAY, April 30
Bathing ExpertsThe Mrs. Cramling received the Country Club.Rehearsal Fun Painters Coffee honoring Mrs. John E."Jack" .

prize at bingo and Mrs. Mable dinner honoring Mathews Jr. and Mrs. ,.,
forecast for icicles and the dirt, this smooths and Boyer won canasta. Miss Sharon Elizabeth Fagan List New Class E. J. Mathews Sr., both of r ; ,

freezing winds is usually all stimulates the skin. Pay special Other hostesses assisting with and their son, John Douglas Jacksonville, 9:30 to 10:45:

it takes to turn a woman's attention to pro b le m the hospitalities were Mrs. 0. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Portrait painting is next on ajn., Mrs. James E. Clayton, MAKE YOURRESERVATIONS

thoughts toward a dry complexion areas such as the elbows and Page McArthur, Mrs. S t a nley Wesley Rogers, following 5 the schedule for'the Fun Paint 3715 SW Sixth Place. 't

and chapped skin heels. Ballard, Mrs. Alexander G. p.m. rehearsal, University ers. These new classes will be- Gainesville Bridge Club, NOWWORLD'S

However, remember that In fact it is a good idea to Smith, Mrs. Charles Van Mid- Inn. gin Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Holiday Inn.SATURDAY.
harsh spring weather and dry the Florida Union. May 2 FAIRTOURS
pretreat these body spots be- dleton and Mrs. Clark Pennington. -
ing indoor heat are not the fore bathing. While bath SATURDAY, May 2 ""* Classes will be taught by Dorothy Student Recital spon .,
only culprits. your Christoffers Newman, professional sored by the Gainesville Mu- r .
water is running, coat your elbows Wedding of Miss Sharon
portrait painter.All sic Teachers Association,
Life and. the elements wagean and heels with a paste of Delta ZetaAlumnae Elizabeth Fagan, daughter of reservations should be 7:30 pjn., choral auditorium
"all seasons" war of attrition soapsuds. Pump bumps can be Mr. and Mrs. David
Shytle made with Mrs. Gay Welborn at UF Music Building. Public in-
against our complex smoothed with a well lathered ; Club Fagan and John Douglas the Florida Union. 3, 4or5DAYSGUARANTEED

ions. Sun wind, stress and pumice. Rogers son of Mr. and Mrs. HOTEL ROOMS

sudden changes in temperature After rinsing well and dry Members of the Delta Zeta Robert Wesley Rogers, 3 p.m. C.:3'tS4.: CHOICE OF NEW YORK '<

like we have in the ing well your surface is ready I Alumnae Association will meet University Avenue Church of m. ., CITY: ATTRACTIONS

spring, are some of the other for lubrication. For an extra at the home of Mrs. K. S. MeI Christ. Reception following at :.

factors we must consider. dose of lubrication you might Mullen 1065 SW 11th Avenue, tonight the Gainesville Woman's ,4 n. :, .
Why not be wise and meet Y: ; 9
leave the cream on all night I at 7:30.. Club. .G3.,
this challenge with an all- fora .
on your heels and elbows. You I I ,. z. .ti,.
seasons beauty campaign can protect bed linens SAVE OFFICE fi Y S
your by on MACHINES 'Jong-remembered'Holiday. her a .
Your bathtub might well be .. .
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wearing washable heel and ,
your principal battlefield. As elbow caps made especially CASH REGISTERS $150 fi o $575 push-button Dua Cycle portableKitchenAld fi; ; '': helpful as lubrication is, it is for this purpose.
only part of hte defense
Most cosmetic companies 4 ELECTRIC .
against dry skin. Just as a ban these bat if you havetrouble ; f .. ,
painter first the sur $95 to $225 I !
finding them in your LIKE NEW .,
face before he begins to community I will be glad to the Professional Dishwasher/Dryer

paint, so must you cleanse help you. Please send a At No Place In North Central : { ,
your creams skin or lotions.before applying stamped, self addressed envelope Florida Can Bargains Like This Be FoundKISER'SOFFICEEQUIPMENTCO. i donna_.d toaJatti
First Step with your request to ffas these snectat fcafares;rOoraGtepotcelala i
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The first step is to fin your i The Gainesville San; 604 N. MAIN ST. FR 2-9607 ---, .
tub with! comfortably'warm I I at $& ,
water. Then lie back and soak I I and cot .
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for five or 10 minutes. The J3 ,cz zGlis WHERE SMART,DRESSERS Guided rent Action styling PowerWashing
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ing.The From Shifts To Shorts : ;;:; extra-long power cord elude guaranteed hotel accommodations, fair adm in't't

next step is to scrub : Blouses-With or Without SleevesIn .. s DuaCycIe lets you RINSE lion thrilling Monorail ride selection of sightseeing
away these discarded cells of y .. and HOLD breakfast and round trip transportation. f
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the as as .dirt
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perts. They beautified their To Complete Your Outfit 4 DAYS, 3 NIGHTS, from $91.80 !

an wins instrument by scraping called them a with stri- See The Matching Swimwear MODEL K0-4F 5 DAYS, 4 NIGHTS,. from 99.70

g:l.''That form of scraping maybe ALL PRICED FROM . $5.00 TO $9.98 Compare and y '!/buy the l1est.KltchenAlcro.tsHwASHERS*, fare Cost included.per person Daily, twin departures basis round on Thru trip

a bit strenuous for us today 1 liner schedule. "'
'and anyway it Is not SIZES 5's 1 S's ,

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soaps we have which Use Your Central TRAILWAYS TRAVEL BUREAU CORP. 1
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I'I: Raerr.usrescar tau..GWjN BeNS s s utENa YafRe sew t.T' : AHD1>3N'TYOUfOR6ETT!

a II! o.:;='ALL s sews! SAl>, 1001! :
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< Think 9 Times tral reply I write to Atby, Box .3365.BcYcrly II -
Hills Calif.. 90212, and :i 2o. 'oC"_ II
include a self-addressed stamped en- < Jj
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DEAR ABBY: When I was 17 I married a man I did not dirty language in front of me, and be said it wasn't his placeto YCDLJ MAN AND >t PREACHER. HIM FOR YOUR.s DOT.'

love just to get away from my mother. I thought I would say' anything. .I should have stood up for myself. I always'' AND WIFE:/ J > WE IS > I LAWFUL I '" "

learn to love him, but now I know that I never will. Believe thought a girl's brother was supposed 'to see that his sister NEXT./ f WEDDED HUSBAND? 1 K

ineTTnave tried. I will be 30 years old tomorrow and I have las treated with respect. Or am I mistaken? P rw

nine children. I just can't stand my husband any more. He SOUTHERN HIGH FRESHMAN 5 rREVENOOERS

isn't me or anything like that but he is such a pest.
I can't explain how hard it is to live with someone you don'tlove. DEAR FRESHMAN: Yea are not mistaken. Your brother

(Do.I make myself clear) I can't just leave with no surely must have known better. Color him yellow. =

excuseand I can't think of any good grounds for divorce. Is <

there an answer? DEAR ABBY: Our daughter is planning to be married this

I BORED summer. She has always wanted a large church weddingwith

a white gown, attendants, etc. The young man she is ,
DEAR BORED Have talk with clergyman ..
: a your or a .
marrying was married briefly a few but his wife
years ago,
marriage counselor. They will give refresher in
a course
I you died. He is from out of state, and no one who will attend our
how to make a go of a marriage you have become bored
wedding attended his first of his immediate -
excepting, course,
with. I
can think of nine good reasons why you should. (DoI
family.! A friend told me that it would show + '
make myself clear?) very poor A lD.. a WUSS N ORE MAWS HEAD IN' :
taste for daughter to have + PAW
my a big, elaborate wedding, with
all the trimmings, when the has been CRAWL 'THATt ; THIS wAY wIF HER;; ,
already : IN
groom throughone. E -
DEAR ABBY: One day after school my girl friend and I Is this true? 7H CELIAR.. -. l DADBURN SUITCASE .,.
were standing around in front of the school talking to a bunchof ... I- ..
boys. All of a sudden one of the boys said sometfung real ; \ .

dirty. I was so embarrassed I didn't know what tofsay so I DEAR MOTHER: No. Your daughter may have the kind of

just ignored it. My brother (he's a senior) was standing wedding she wants. The only poor taste I can see here was rnt

there at the time and he didn't say a word. Later I asked shown by your "friend" for presuming to advise without t r

him why he didn't say something to the boy who used the knowing the facts.


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The Fuss About Moralsa MY TUITION I DRAMATIC I

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L..........& E-+ --FOR TWO PEOPLE; YOUb pyU GHTING CALL,THAT.I GUESS z.. ,;i MORE 5E01WTY? ...

0 t1U,1i1rk witttt intensity that nobody can think I ago. The second was popped good work recently on immor-

WASHINGTON Everybodyis about them very clearly be- I Tuesday.The ality, and two recent picturesare I II

worrying this spring about cause of all the loud worryingthat first time, Mr. Johnson instructive. They are "Tom I I

the country's morality, whichis on. 'said he wasn't worried. Tues- Jones" and "Hud." "Tom .r :
goes LY
probably just as bad as it 'day, however, he opened the Jones' 'gives us an 18th century s

used to be before it be- The sure sign that somethingis 'gates. Immorality, he said, young person who is a delight.He .

came fashionable to worry in for a really big worryingcomes was "very much like povertywe gets drunk, brawls in pub-

about it. when questions are must try to drive it from lic and indulges his lecheries a '
with restraint. I
A, few months ago, the big asked about it at the Presi- the American scene.

thing to worry about was pov- dent's news conference. The It is easy to foresee the next Tom and his ladies carry on r

erty. Before that it was Cuba I first question about American question: "Mr. President, what the way the immorality wor- NIOHLEVTU1S EL WE1 tyCOtCNEL, CAR:7b TELL siz.WL:ccOLDN'r WHAT WEILTNSY SAY 714
Berlin. These immorality was put to steps do this government : STUFF! TUTS M>YMI HAP US THE STATE MOVE tIKTtt. WE .44 1P YOU 0D.OtlND-HO6 H0NHN6J I
before propose
and that you riers conceive
worry fads come on with such I President Johnson three weeks take to drive immorality carry on today. If he were Z You GETME AN Tonic te\H3\ sTRAnDED WNATTHE aZ REDS HAD AN AIRWZONS JUNCTION AIR FCRC6S
from the American scene?" played in a leather DIENCE WIT}( JOB! NEXT POOR fiD1GS 15 UP COAAMANP0 PEAL NoW 6T:7 ASE/
jacket and o
Since it is practially impossible on a motorcycle, instead of in a UV THK t.CPNTRY L THE JiINtSLE! 4A
to roll back sin with a con- wig and on horseback, the picture

ASS IDO CATT gressional appropriation, the would probably be hailedas z

msmmJ MANUFACTURERETAPE sensible answer would be, a disturbing documentary on <

cAeAnAACROSS "None." May the President be the parlous morality of youth. U -

NtPS PUB ROC so courageous.This I
1.Frequently SO.31.-0111 Crusader's-Sex: T E S T I E R D A R K is the kind of thing Instead, the public greetsit II I r+ l- r,

4.lacerate headquarters n ACT M E T that makes life impossible for as a charming cameo of old '> 47 # : .

7.County In 32 Mist STY HOP A R a president. If he declines to English life and permits it the 1 r,

So.Carolina 33.Hooter A L E E L O V A B L E send sin to final accolade of movie'ortho -
11.Stylish a special message
34.Lobster RID PEW R I E S doxy, the Academy 'Award for 1m \
13.Bolivian Congress proposing dynamic t
daw REAMER STOVE "best picture of the "
Indian year.
for cleaner living,
14.Of current 38.Damages ANTAGONISTIC the Republicans will attack himas "Hud," the superior film in l I

Interest 42.Edible bulb Y S E R T O P A n T vice's handmaiden.If many ways raises more delIcate >c Wctl,AT lA5 T SINCE YfctJ DID rrTH5BSHT i I TN0136KT' YbUItAS
15.M&tgras. 44.Food flub questions challenging the GE, t- Yott's A r1G WAY INSTEAD tatJYS J UST LEFT
16.Warml4 SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S fUll he calls for a crash pro f
47!Alpine 8 oat moral code that today's adultsare CAN WE PPZM1SSoN OF S.lEAKu4G OFFS
11.Riffraff of he is certainto I
18.Poetic mUle 48.Work out 3.Baric cloth 7.jap. gram uplift passing to the young. ,....
be attacked the ground
49.Torso on
22. 4.Fabulous aborigine <
fellow Young 50.Espouse bird 8.Pierced that low living is a traditional Hud is one of those Irresistibly -

25.Sunken 51.Cap 5.Cretan 9.Possessive part of the American process beguiling louts whose debonair = SAZGt:

fence DOWN mountain pronoun which has helped make the dedication to the easy life 5

28.Ireland .l.Vow 6. Fencing 10.Finis country great. In this dilemma, and the, fast buck pass them I' I

29.Sheep 2.Ice mass dummy 17.12.Very Tick resistant presidents usually hedge by for modern swashb u c klers, E-c il

alloy appointing a blue-ribbon c o in- devastating to the ladies and I
If) ...
J z J 5 4 7JI 19.Respond mission and hoping the worry poisonous to everyone his life t

I II V. IJ 20.First-rate will blow over while the com- touches. In the film, Hud happens -
21.Become mittee is finding office space. to be a rancher, but he Is = j'I I

14 23.weary Be obliged The pitfall for a president urg- also clearly recognizable as the !

16 Zf "", ,,,, 17 / 'Z7. 24.Fir tree ed to do something about immorality -. businessman with his private i
'l./ rv: .: // // 25.Time past is the lack of. loophole the senator doing a lucrative WHAT PEOPLE WtLLTHIMKKTHA NO.UWEWOMTTHJNIC i
ISfa 11 + 26.Teamster agreement :::: IF YOU KILL ME.PEOPLE ,JO. U5A... YOU CAME HERE..TO THE SCENE s0;
W V./.I"l 14 t. 21 23 z business from his office
r/h 19t command The present seems to, the repairman gouging the .' YOUR OWN U !
tf If 11 27.Socalcd uproar I
35.Pert to grow out of magazine and book sucker for a shoddy piece of 4M !

fJ' '1 31 amide polemics purporting to show work. Ef

37.Furtive that young people are more Immoral? He lives within the f
S+ J.rrn 35
: 39.Adjola40.lferb self-indulgent in lechery thai. i law, and ia this society, he' I E ;

.1 '" r/ 3' 141 I 41.Stalk get young people.used to be.. shouts, people who live by principle I
44a 'If 42.Relative This is comforting to the old: die broke. The Toms 4 I
41. 43 44 43.C.Amer. ,
learn morality from the Huds.!

47 -". ., 4 4.tree Chop .g: If today's youth is on the wrong Q J :;

45.Cutting and scandalized at the same path, the people everybody ;:J .vg v :
C, 4. tool time. The rub is that it is a dubious ought to be worrying -) !. I

4IL.1f. 46.Conducted proposition.The about are the old people who

movies have been doing: are worrying about the youth. I Ii.i

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! I Destination- G'ville' for Female Flyers: ... I H= 'i \; t \ -. -- I

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7" By BECKY QUINN Women Pilots Association and cities enroute to Gainesville.At information against pre- They'll be wined and dined 'where they will spend the day '

the Gainesville Chamber of each stop, they will be required -mined handicaps, eter-I by various local concerns, following their arrival
Take 44 women, piloting 24 of Burton Woodward, .
Commerce, the racing lady to call the University them the Airport, the I
planes over 1,440 miles from pilots are scheduled to fly out Florida Computing Center and the computing center. 'among I Winners of the race will be r
Monterrey, Mexico, to Gaines of Monterrey, Mexico Airportat report miles traveled and rate The women are due to arrivein Holiday Inn Motel,' Chamberof :announced at a press conference -

v De. Assign each plane a 8 a.m., May 11. i of speed.A Gainesville by 5 ,p.m Wed- Commerce, the University of the morning of May 14 and,I S .-

handicap and have them make They will stop at six different computor will tabulate this nesday, May 13. ,Florida, and Silver Springs, prizes will be given at an: .

six stops enroute, offer a purseof Awards Banquet to be held at! .J
$2,500 and figure out who the the Holiday Inn May 15. j at Take our-op the low 35 discount month* -ta*
GoldwaterIn -
six winners are. Lodge Furniture Manufacturers Sample
I House South Main St. at South
Good CLEAN Cobj : 13th St. '
;A digital computor can do it Air Race Will Provide

In,10 seconds. Mass. Battle SAlNESYJttiDIAMOND .

And that's what will happen for Gainesville 'H'F

May 7 through May 15 when the Publicity '
llth All Women's International I BOSTON (AP) The Lodge onstall has said they will favor: CAI : '1'

Air- Race will wind up in I Gainesville will reap the equivalent "Northern newspapers alone I and Goldwater forces are battling Henry Cabot Lodge if he be- i t

r Gainesville. : of $90,000 worth of pub- will give us that much.copy, I'm '' it out today for delegatesin comes a candidate for president Acre** frein GrcyheuiieV
licity "international" coverage sure," said Mitchell. the Massachusetts presidential Lodge, a former U.S. senator Bin Stariorr I I
t Co-sponsored by the Florida of 14th All Women's International primary. and ambassador to the i
"And we should get plenty
Air Race, which will nation wide television cover- Rival slates are on the Repub- United Nations, now is ambas-

bring 44 lady pilots to Gaines too," he added. ''lican ballot for delegate-at-large sador to Viet Nam.A ,
age .
'* No Wonder ville May 13. I and also in 10 of the 12 congres- slate of candidates for del- ii 1 __+" 0 '_.. \>.. -_ __-_ \' i ; _',_'" L
Mitchell said that the 24- sional districts.
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Louis Seafare shrimp That's the estimate of Billy egate-at-large was filed by JackE. I
plane race, co sponsored by Slates in two of the congressional
tastes so good-they Mitchell, Gainesville Chamberof the Florida Woman Pilots Association districts are running as Molesworth, a member of
Commerce executive manager. the GOP State Committee anda
cook it just like and the Chamber of pledged to Sen. Barry Goldwater -

they do their chicken!" Commerce, has drawn 44 en- R-Ariz. However, under Goldwater adherent.

Call them: FR 2-6311 tries from 12 different states.. Massachusetts law, pledges are Ten district slates were MEET 'JACKMATHEWS

309 North West 13th St Orchids Only one of them is from not finally binding on'delegatesto drawn up by Lloyd Waring, one
Florida. She is Donna Blair, of the national political conventions -of the organizers of a draft

rr > : For II Sarasota. Goldwater movement in Massa-

1 What's it costing the Cham- Complete slates were filed by chusetts.
tL Her. ber to lure the lady pilots here? Sen. Leverett Saltonstall, R.
"A few tho usa nd dollars" Mass., and GOP National Com- Regardless of the outcome in

CREVASSE FLORIST worth of free airport facilities, mitteeman Richard F. Tread- the delegate contests Lodge is

t. .4.lp 2015 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. motel rooms, meals' and the way, both for delegateatlargeand expected to be the front runneras

Phone FR 6-2514 chamber's half of the $2500 prize in the 12 districts. a favorite son in the presi- :

purse.Presbyterians. They are unpledged but Sal- dential preference write-in on 1
the Republican ballot. The pref-

erence write-in is not binding on 55 The Best CardidateFor
SAVE-WATCH FOR OUR Orderil the delegates.On r------ GOVERNOR

the Democratic'side, President :

Johnson is expected to be

Stronger Civi Rightsthe the. winner of the preferencepoll. L_. -v HERE IN t

MONTREAT, N.C. TAP) National Council of Churches GAINESVILLEFor

southern Presbyterians have which plans to train youthsfor A

begun implementing a stronger civil rights work in the Mississippi Texas has; the largest number -

1 civil rights policy by ordering Delta this summer, was of counties of any' U. S. A Personal -
all-white presbyteries in seven defeated by the denomination's with 159.

Southern states to absorb three 04th General Assembly. Appearance To Meet

all-Negro presbyteries.A .
PRICES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY proposal to withdraw fromPlan Conservative ministers protested With His Friends
Reg. Monday's order by the
Discount This I assembly to integrate ,Negro

I -Retail -Price -Week StudyOf and white presbyteries, or judicial cuLL AT AN INFORMAL BREAKFAST

Lady America by Elgin districts. I

/2 Carrar 389.50 225.00 169.95 Storms
DIAMOND RING The order affects presbyteries'

Lady America by Elgin in North Carolina, South Carolina -
V4 Carrat EngagementRing NORMAN, Okla. (AP) Jet
home protection at
Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama -
fir Dia. Wedding planes that will ride herdon A.M.
THURS. 7 :30
Band Florida and Louisiana. less cost with a
152.50 95.00 59.95 Oklahoma tornado clouds
? The[ area has 43 Negro churches Homeowners Policy.
Wonderod No. 1169' also will take an additional
with of
a membership 2,560.
Contact me today!
6 14.95 8.97 6.97 study of electrical dischargesthat 1
SHAKESPEAR SPIN have been plaguing com- The church has 937,000 members

Shakespeare Rush-Button merical airliners lately. in 13 states in the South- 117 N.E. at the HOLIDAY INN
Combination No. 107 ,
REEL & ROD . 33.50 20.10 15.00 Neal Ward, research meteor- east and Southwest. s r 16th Ave.
ologist with the National Severe
Arrin 12R29 5-Tube No. 12R23 Storms Laboratory here, said "This is the type of coercionthat t S PhoneFRankHn MATHEWS has been editorally endorsed by the St. Petersburg Times, the

TABLE RADIO . 17.95 13.35 9.95 Monday planes that will observe will put our churches" in the Tampa Tribune, the Tampa Times, the Miami Herald, the Ft. Pierce News f
area in a tailspin, said the
Dormeyer No. HM-7 t
and in instances
some penetrate
PORTABLE MIXER 15.95 8.99 7.50 storm clouds include a Rev. John Miller .of _Jackson, 2-0444 Tribune, and others. 1

Polaroid "Type 48" Fll and Air Force Miss. I
Navy an
COLOR FILM . .. 4.99 4.26 3.69
FIDO and B17. A U2 craft basedat "It's been constitutional to
Hankscraft Bottle Automatic Edwards Air Force Base, have segregated presbyteriesall Ralph Turlington WIN WITH MATHEWS!

WARMER &VAPORIZER Calif., will fly over the turbulent I these years," he said. "Why P 62tOt2
I . .. .. 2.95 2.17 1.69 weather. I the push now?" STATE FARM 1.. j

42-Pc. Insta-Valu "The planes will be preparedfor Fire and Casualty Company i
Nursmatic IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Graces Koonunton. Wawa (Pd. Ad'.)
NURSER ... 6.98 5.49 3.95 lightning strikes to deter EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
J mine what part of the cloud and I FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDAIN _
Citizens aBnd Trans- CHANCERY NO. .
(only 1 pr. Left) OQceivers .95 73.47 64.97 what stage of the storm is more GUS SEIDEL .7 -,
ARVIN 9 TRANSISTOR Pr. Pr. Pr. likely to produce the flashing Plaintiff ""

'TILL 9:00 SATURDAYS TILL 5:00 < HERON his wife.
responsible for any debts unless In- d-
EASY BUDGET TERMSAS curred by myself. Charles L. Manion NOTICE OF SUIT 1. !
(3284) 4:24 26 27 28 29 30; 5:1 TO: WILLIAM EDWARD HERON aka
IMPERIAL DIVISION Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company a-k-a WILLIAM E. HERON and BETTY I
posted notice on April 24, 1964 thatIt K. HERON. his wife are hereb
would file an application with the
notified that m Complaint to Foreclose ,.
Florida Public Utilities Commission .
certain mortgages on the following described : .
questing authority to abandon and re- to wit 1
The Furniture ManufacturersSAMPLE move the 356-foot team track at Rastus
Eleven (11)
Lot .
Florida In not less than ten (10) daysor
a Subdivision according to the plat :zJ :
more than thirty (30) days after
thereof recorded in Plat Book "E", .. .
that date of said notice. -
Page S. of the Public Records of Ala-
This authority Is sought because ap- .
plicant's records reveal that the track chua County. Florida. tI
HOUSE Is operating at a loss and no longer has been filed against you and you
serves any public convenience and are required to serve a copy of your
necessity.J. answer or pleading to said Complainton H.
L. KENNEDY. the PlaIntiff's attorney William Tri
Superintendent ckel. Jr., of Whitfield, Wright & Leon- i
South Main Street t S.W. 13th sWef ATLANTIC COAST LINE hardt. 707-714 Metcalf Building. Orlando .LHt 1'
RAILROAD COMPANY Florida, and file the original answer or ;
(3289) 4:21.26, 2* pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 20th
day of May. 1964- If you fall to do so. ;
udgement by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded in ,. /
; .. the Complaint.This 'h r-
:; R' Notice shall be published once ." I
.. t
>\" .. each week for four (4) consecutive
& weeks in the Gainesville Sun. a newspaper i :> --: '"
'i,< >> ., of general circulation In Alachua .' ,..
County Florida. : "t''ll. _
Done and Ordered at Gainesville Florida ,
Tttr' this 6th day of April 1964- y '" 'ff ,
f : jC Clerk of the Circuit Court of the .
: Eighth Judicial Circuit Alachua :,: ;
.. a County Florida. r
(COURT SEAL) .i,"i ; -
ti Deputy Clerk ; .4
w"C William Trickel. Jr. :
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HARDT 'Jf: '"
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707-714 Metcalf Building :
q'ft 0 Y Orlando Florida '- 1 ;-" : .."tt i... fV :.,
Attorneys for Plaintiff .. .
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RE: .
i.1j ESTATE Deceased.OF JAMES. W. DAY, ; ;} '. : .... --

OF :
r \ +.#0 ADMINISTRATORNotice i a
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hereby given that I nave .
filed final returns J'I S. .'$4-
Administra "
*! : ; tor of the Estate of James W. Day. if.,., f: J' _..
Deceased; that I have filed my petition
for distribution and for final discharge -

: will McDonald apply, and County to that the on Judge Honorable May 15th.of Alachua H.MU..H I He Bought His New Car With" :

County. Florida for approval of said
No second best 'jV final returns and for an order of distribution .
: xj' and for final discharge as Aminlstrator ?.

; or attex April the Estate Tin, 1164 of With James the W.Will Day Annexed, Deceased ef A Citizens Auto Loan '

/SPaul A. Johnson '.' .
n. \ Paul A. .Johnson rot.. 'r'H_ r '
as AdminIstrator f..i t_ .c ..',' ,
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with the Will Annexed of ;
Estate of James w. Day. Dice "*MMjfeeim.b :-
IS/ E. A. ClaytonE.
that's A. Clayton, as Attorney for
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MONO B. DENNIS. deceased are
by notified and required to file
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! .. vn i Drysdale Revives Dodgers- ..

By MIKE RATHET nothing wrong with the morale

.R Associated Press Sports Writer of this team right now that a
Don Drysdale, the last ,' .$ couple of good wins and some

member of Los Angeles' base hits won't cure." -

Four, has given the Tuesday
mulIm April 2R Howard and Fairly took care
beleaguered pitching :
streak .- age of the base hits. Each hit a two-
most impressive

TYJ tive putting Taking injuries.togethr over three where ] It by limiting Houston piece of news came from Los} theless, Alston said the Dodgers'poor I run solo singles.homer homer and Willie and also a Davis fine collectedtwo running addeda

; Ortega left off Sunday, hits in a 6-0 victory built Angeles, where Sandy Koufax start could not simply be I catch that preserved Drysdale'sshutout
dale pitched the Dodgers' salvo. traced to injuries. With two men on and
ond shutout .. has been undergoing treatmentfor two out in the seventh, fcHich
straight one other game was a muscle strain in his left "The injuries have hurt curling
It ; y .; his first us, hitter: Al Spangler lashed a :
night, winning ga in either league. In arm. Dr. Robert Kerlan reported he said, "but the team was not drive to left center that Davis

whipped the Koufax ,might be given per- playing up to par before anyone speared with a final lunge

Night Game Angels 62. mission to throw on the side- got hurt. Yes, we're crippledbut after a long run.
LOS ANGELES HOUSTON lines this weekend. that isn't aU the reason for
abrkbl performance and Two-run singles by Mike
Wills a 4000 Kaska ss our troubles.
Gilliam 2b 1 0 0 0 Fox 2b by Frank Howard, Besides Koufax, the Dodger Brumley and Don Zimmer gave
/tP Moon W.Davis If cf 3110 3111 Wynn Bond rf If and Willie Davis- staff has been depleted by in- I Need Win .the Senators four runs in the

'' Howard Fairly 1b rf 4732 4232 Aspro'nte Runnels Ib 3b had collected only juries to Johnny Podres and relief -i "What we've got to do fs win fourth inning off Angels starter I

Roseboro c 4021 Staub cf in 12 previous specialist Ron Perranoski as many as we can while we're Ken McBride. Fred Valentine
0000 Bateman
Commercial Champions Camilli c 0000 Brown p C 1 topped off a heartening while the attack has lost the crippled," he continued -"then drove in the other two ,tallies,

Werhas Trac'skl 3b 2-ss 4000 3000 Giusti aBeauch'p I p 1 Manager Walt Alston. services of two-time batting move when we _get all the I one with his first major league

The Bank of Howthorne team won fie Commercial League bowling crown Drysdale p 4000 bSpangler Hoerner p 1 the most imporant champion.. Tommy Davis. Nevertime .injured men back. There is :homer. I

this season. From left are Joe Matakovich, Frank Palka, Joe Sommese and Yellen p ----A

John Taylor. Don Crist and Whitey McMullen, also members of the team, Totals a-Popped 34 out 4 10 for' Totals Giusti In Stti

were not present for the picture. (Sun photo). Lined Roseboro out In for 8th.Hoerner In Tthj c-

Las Angeles .. ............ 010 110 TURNS DOWNICING
Houston .................. .toO 000
! Angeles E-W. 27-7 Davis Houston Tracewskl.27-11. DP- a ,;
K. Could Be Runnels. LOB-Los Angeles 4.
Danny 2B-Roseboro 2. HR-Fairly. W. r St
Howard. SB-Moon. S-W. Davis. BEARSWASHINGTON
Drysdale, W 1-1' 6 0
Brown l_ 0-2 .... 31-34 3 3
Giusi ........... 12-31 1 1
Hoerner ........2 1 0 0
Yellen .......... 2 2 2 2 ? > "" (AP) Not ington University in Washington.A .

Another Back Gorman WP-Drysdale., Williams.U-T-2:23.Smith, A- many college football players Washington native, Drum-
Carry Night Came would chance mond has had his medical
WASHINGTON LOS f o .a2 F pass up a to play eye on
aorhbi a3 with a championship professional school ever since he was a
Zimmer 3b 3121 Pearson cf local
Kennedy 3b 1 0 0 0 Moran 2t team. high school star.

By KELSO STURGEON Back's, has won four of his last urday in the seven-furlong Step- Valentine Blas'ame 2b If 3 31 01 1 0 2 Koppe Fregosl ss ss But Dick Drummond did and Came Home
1 Skowron Ib 3100 Thomas rf
seven races -including the ping Stone Purse and finished a King rf 4120 Rodgers c Monday the National -Football He strayed to the Universityof
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP-If Fountain of Youth Stakesandwill Lock cf 3 1 0 Satriano Ib
wins' fast-closing third behind Mr. Burnley c 4112 Klrkpatr'k If League champion Chicago Iowa as a freshman, but soon
Cecil Carmine's Dandy K. be a big threat in the Derbyif Brink'an ss 4000 Knoop 2b Bears swapped Drummond came back home to enroll at
the Kentucky Derby Carmine, Brick and The Scoundrel after Narum p 3000 McBride p to '
the is fast. George '
pace Bridges p 1000 D.Lee p the Washington Redskins for a Washington.
can go into business with Jack and nearly falling aPlersall 1
stumbling draft
Price of Carry Back fame show I The colt was on the sidelines Osinskl bDees p I "When I went to Chicago, it
ing the big names of racing how today as the $15,000-added Der- down as he left the starting cTorres Duliba p 1 r. The reason halfback the 6-foot-l, 205- became quite clear that I would
its done. by Trial Stakes held the spot gate. d-AdeodC y4 ssx ; 'n M a. spurned the not be able to attend GW medi-
I Totals 32 < 11 Totals champs: He didn't want to leave
light at Churchill Downs. "We got Dandy K. by breed a-Filed out for D. Lee In 5th medical school at George Wash- cal school and play for the
about from nounced for Osinskl in 7th "
Just everything, ; c- Bears, Drummond said
The one-mile trial-the. last ing the best we had to the best Into doubleplay for Dees In 7th ,
the breeding to the DandyK. added
way Popped out for Duliba In 9th. :
for the Derby-attracted a we could afford-and to me Washington ............ 100 410
breaks from the starting prep that's breeding Las Angeles ............ 000 002 34k I
gate, is contrary to the traditions field of seven, headed by Run- just as good as E-Pearson, Skowron. PO-A- t. "The Bears wanted me to ,

of racing. And, just about for-the-Roses favorite Hill Rise. what's supposed" to be the bestto : ton ilaslngame 27-11, Los Brinkman Angeles and 2715. >. I transfer to a medical school in I

everything Jack Price did with The track was expected to be the best, Carmine said Mon Brinkman and Skowron; Fregosl. Major I:the Chicago area, but I felt that

Carry Back raised the eyebrowsof sloppy, giving Hill Rise his first. day. Skowron and Satriano; Skowron; Brinkman Brinkman,, and Name's The Same Ii i when I was accepted last year t
ron. LOB-Washington 4 Los as of the
one 100
the industry's diehards. race in the mud. Dandy K. is a son of Chris K., 2B-King, Rodgers. 3B-Fregosl. LeadersNATIONAL new students
Valentine. SBFregosl.IP. in the GW medical school I
K. had his last race in who commands a stud fee of H R ER name's the same but there is something dif (
stretch Dandy committed
Dandy K., whose running Narum W. 1- ... < 1-3 5 2 2 to continue there. Also
is similar to that of Carry preparation for the Derby Sat- $150.The McBride Bridges 141.3........ 41-34 22-32 6 1 5 1 about these two Kelso fellows. Bill Kelso, 24- Batting 25 at bats -LEAGUE Mays San Francisco the school went out of its I

colt's dam is Speed Trust, D.Lee .......... 2-30 0 0 Righthanded pitcher for the Los Angeles .474 Harkness. New ,York, .464., way to make it possible for me
Runs San Francisco 17 Allen
Osinskl .........2 000 Mays ; I
one of two broodmares in Car.mine's Duliba ...... 2 000 gazes fondly at a picture of the race horse Philadelphia 10. to play football last fall"
WP-Narum 2. U-Paparelil. Angel :Manager Bill Rigney holds the picture. i Runs :ecd: nL- Mays., San Francisco, Drummond
Don't stable at Lexington.R. Drummond DiMuro. T-2:17. .clubs'f 18; cfemente. Angeles 11. at first planned to I
E. (Red) Wingfield, who I Nits San-Francisco. 18.Pittsburgh, and Mays skip his senior year of football

I trains Dandy K., said he be- Doubles tied with-4.Stargell, Pittsburgh, 6; Eight after he was admitted to medical

lieves the colt "has a real good i Triples Santa Chicago. 3; Fox. Houston school, but officials permitted (
Wants 2.
chance in the Derby. If the paceis Home runs Mays San Francisco, 7; him to take a laboratory 1

fast, we should give them a l Stolen Howard bases Los-Angeles Wills Los 4. Angeles 5; W. course in summer school in order

Pity real battle when they start running Davis Los Angeles 3. to clear enough time from I
Pitching OToole Cincinnati Fischer
in that stretch." Milwaukee; Burning and Kllppsteln, Phil- his fall schedule for football
,., to Mound delphia; Friend, Pittsburgh; Marlchal, practice.
San Francisco and Gibson St. Louis I
Today's trial field was rounded 201000. "I love both medical school
out by Roman Brother Clem Strikeouts Gibson St. Louts 21; Bun- and I
ning. Philadelphia, and Marichal San football and would like to do I
Pac, He's a Gem, :Mr. Moon- CHICAGO (AP-Jim to agree on the might be a drawback to Francisco AMERICAN, 20. LEAGUE both," Drummond said. j

MiamiDon't light, Grand Garcon and Rob- nan, a writer who is now and usually it's difficult landing a job, but he added: Batting 25 at bats Malzone. Boston The husky halfback combined I

air. An impressive win by Hill] to take a fling at five clubs to agree on "I read where Casey Stengel .436;-Fregosl Fregosl Los, Los Angeles.Angeles.400.Runs 12; Ollva, the two very neatly last season, I

Rise could send most of those hasn't abandoned hope ," he said. says he needs pitching help butI Runs Minnesota batted 9.In .- Rodgers Los Angeles, rolling up 602 yards in 114 carHehel -
in the trial looking for cover. turning to baseball, but admitted his desire haven't heard a word from the and Hinton Washington ..
attention to the grumbling that is supposedto Hits Fregosl Los Angeles and Olive,
much "
pay is beginning to feel like and write at the same New York Mets. Minnesota. 1$.
be going on in Miami now that the Hurricanes have wrappedup pitcher. I Doubles Bressoud Boston; Hansen NamedCommercial
coach Charlie Tate. I Chicago and Rollins Minnesota 4.
their first spring practice under new Brosnan hired by Triples Hinton. Washington 4; Oli-
and hard-nosed defensive play Vet was va. Minnesota, 3.
blocking Richbourg
Power running, crisp American Home runs Skowron Washington 4;
marked the spring game of the Hurricanes last, weekend. Monday to do two Lose Allen.Minnesota 3. and Zimmer, Washington

Before Tate and his new UM staff could look at the films, Leads GatorsAcademically spot shows each Saturday Stolen Wagner Bases Cleveland- Apartcto 3. Baltimore 5;

irked with the lack Sunday on a radio Pitcing Miller Baltimore; Lamabe,
that fans were
there were reports some Boston Buzhardt Chicago; Krallck Loop PrexyRoy
of an overhead game. Passing, you will recall, was the dom broadcast. Two Players Cleveland Kaat Minnesota; Lolich and. Detroit Daniels; Pleas Washington and

inant theme in three years with George Mira at the quarterback Along with his writing, 20,1.000.Strikeouts Hebel was elected president
Pena Kansas 21 Kra
City ;
spot. Veteran guard Bill Richbourg currently includes six lick, Cleveland, 19.Patton. of the Commercial League,

topped Florida football players articles and a book which baseball team has lost the services of out- the city's oldest bowlingcircuit

scholastically last trimester, it be finished by May 15, Allen Trammell and pitcher Jim Biggart for Vs. at the annual banquetlast

was revealed today. Richbourg scholarly looking of the season due to scholastic difficul night. Shuford Cagle was
posted a mark of 3.42 relief specialist is a busy chosen vice president and Ozie
but not too busy to get <,F'
t a 1a ,. John Whatley, tackle who won baseball."I who will be eligible ZaccagninoPINEHURST Toole secretarytreasurer.Awards .
highlighted the affair
the award
Matherly scholarship
don't believe my next fall, however,
for best grades during the foot- N.C. AP with Bank of Hawthorne
record last year indicated the required number of ( ) -
ball season, was next with 3.37. lost my effectiveness," to remain eligi- si Billy Joe Patton, off to a flying getting team honors. Membersof

Other Gator gridders with a said. "Maybe the White he has a 2.33 av start in his bid for a fourth the group are Joe Matako

3.0 or better average ((3.0 is a felt I was expendable grades. i North and South Golf Amateur vich; Frank Palka, Joe Som

B), were Don Knapp, fullback; certainly feel other clubs ; Championship and third in a mese, John Taylor, Don Crist

Sophomore Bob Biletnikoff threw just four times. In the 3.12; Ronnie Pursell, lineback, admittedly need pitching Coach Dave Fuller row, met Peter Zaccagnino of and Whitey McMullen.

UM's frosh game with the Baby Gators last fall, he tossed 3:07; Jim Bernhardt, center, at least have contacted loss of Trammell Hartford, Conn., today in the Cagle was given a trophy

about 25 passes as the Miami yearlings surprised the UF 3.00; and Leonard Smith, 3.00. Given Release UF much needed Allen Tranimall Jim Blggirt lead-off contest of the 32-match for most improved bowler. He

freshmen.The Brosnan, 32, was given hitting. Biggart, a second round. upped his average from 164 to
and also
unconditional release by steady hurler 183, 19 pins, in one season.
those from Florida, were im- missed with vital two- Patton
scouts on band, including Chicago White Sox QualifyingSpots 42-year-old Morganton Frank Gago had high series
pressed by the running of backs Russell Smith and Pete Ban- Stars Take the other major league upcoming with Au- N.C., lumberman and veteran with handicop and Elmer Broad-

aszak.They'll be the heart of a Miami attack that will make waived on him at the Georgia. of Walker .Cup play, was well hit high series from

the best use of the talent Tate has available. First LookLAS price of $1.Brosnan I Needs Sweep Set on the 7,000-yard No. 2 courseof scratch. Jack Harris and Whi
the Pinehurst Club
for 'CanesOne tried to land is in a position of I Country tey Seifert tied for high game.
New Spirit with other clubs and to sweeps remaining Qualifying positions in the only two hours Monday as he Harris had best average for
with 7 and
VEGAS Nev. (AP-Pro- vertised for a baseball to the Eastern opened a victoryover the 190.
the capture upcoming state fencing tournament season,
item of spring gameto
scout said the most important fessional: and amateur teamedup found no takers. title in the Southeast- Phillips of New Albany
him was the fact that Miami's players get off the ground today as many of the 29 "I've been waiting for race. were determined at Norman Ind.Patton .
did in the old days. That means Tateis Gymnasium last weekend
faster than they ever contact but
golfers invited to the Tourna- one to. me did not lose a hole and LauderdaleTakes
his to installing the kind of spirit be likeson currently leads with when the Gateway champion-
on way ment of Champions took their heard from no one, he was three under par in what he
his football teams. Knock 'em down, pick 'em up and first round on the Desert Inn "Apparently the only to 9-4 for Florida ships _were held. described jas "the best round. 1

knock 'em down again. course this season. who think I can still for Kentucky. If the have' 'along"longtime. Over
Rick P
this Kroop University of
take ,
for Miami the fans, newspaper can a
made .
One of the safest predictions that might The $7,500 competition todaywas and radio and television from the Tigers, Au- Florida Fencing Club, took .
in Tate's first three years would be that the Hurricanes scheduled as the prelude to mentators." be eliminated. first place in epee while Nick There were some surprisesbut First PlaceBy
standard attack most of :
likely will win more games with type the $65,000 tournament which Brosnan said he couldn't has just three Buona, Jacksonville Fencing the-top-notchers

they did with Mira throwing with reckless abandon. The begins Thursday. Drawings for ceive of a conspiracy to to play, all with Van- Club, led the sabre division.. survived. Among the most im- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

schedule is a bit more in Tate's favor too. partners in the early competition him out of baseball. at Lexington, and the David Sayers, UF, was second pressive and former was Walker North-and Cup veteran South- The Fort Lauderdale Yankees

Miami's always blase rooters undoubtedly have been some- were held Monday night. "That would mean 20 are expected to wind in epee; Jose Hill, Jackson-I champion Charlie>Smith of Gas- took over sole possession of first

what spoiled by watching Mira for three years. Tate's assignment up with an 11-4 mark. Thus the ville, third; Timothy tonia, N.C. He was three under place in the Florida State

is relatively easy, however. All be has to do to make Gators will have to top Geor- fourth; and Buona, fifth. I par in a, 5 and victory over League after blasting out a 12-5

the fans forget the Matador is win. Even Mira didn't do thatas Fulps Radiator Defeats task gia ,twice to end at 13-4 Athens for the no easy sea- In sabre Reed was second,!I Richard Babbitt of Rockford, victory Monday night over

much as the Miami fans would have liked. Sayers third and Kroop fourth. DLMajor Lakeland.
son. Daytona Beach dropped out ofa

Caught on the Run Penn Chem in Softballtonight Would'Be 12-1 first-place tie when its game

If the Gators were to win two with St. Petersburg was rained

Georgia Tech signed a standout basketball player last week. Fulps Radiator topped Penn weather permitting. At from Auburn- and split with out.

He is Ray Ridenour, 6-1% guard from Dayton, Ohio, Belmont Chem 4-0 in an abbreviatedfour 7, Schlitz Beer faces Guy Cleve- Georgia they would be 12 5 mimB: The Yankees jumped off to a

High SchooL Belmont is the team that won the AA crown in inning Business League land Construction and at 9, for a .706 mark. Kentucky, by league, 4-0 lead in the first two innings

Ohio by 30 points and all five players on the starting team game at City Park last night as Budweiser takes on Gainesville going 11-4, would have a percentage then shoved across five more in

were members of the National Honor Society B. Shake limited the losers to Wings. of .733. Auburn, with AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUEW the fifth four of them on a

no hits. four[ games remaining, also is waa Last Pet. Banted L Pet....... grand slam homer by Willie
Fans who take their baseball and television every weekend DIVISION II Cleveland 52.714 Philadelphia 7 2 na Mobley. Billy Clayton also h0m-
Smith Sinclair 001 483 1- f 7 1 faced with winning all of themto Detroit t 4 MO San Fra tcisca 7 3 ..7004
with a grain of salt these days will be interested to know In other Division TJ games in General Electric 333 301 x-13 11 4 if the 'Cats fin- Baltimore 5 4 J54 1W Pittsburgh 7 4 .434 1 ered in the sixth as Fort Lauderdale
Princeton TV 17 the Gainesville Gas Co. Jvzlwlak and Evans. Haynia and N1G'W top Kentucky Chicago 34.5361 Cincinnati 5 .5X5 2
that Columbia and performed on on May loop. ish 114. Minnesota 4 5 .545 1 Milwaukee 6 5 .545 2 collected 12 hits off three
1939. It was the first sports event in the nation ever to be edged Medical Students, 7-6; le Gas 132 000 000 V7 51 Washington 4 4 .500 m St. louis 6 6 .500 2V4 Lakeland pitchers.
Medical Students 040 020 000 10 0 If the Tigers were to split New York 4 4 .500 1V4 HOUSton 4 7 .442 3
televised.On in 10 innings; and General Electric Pen Chem 000 a-0 01 Boston 4 6 .400 2V4 Chicago 4 .400 M Miami's five game winn'ng
topped Smith Sinclair 13- Durden 1. Davis* Onstad and McCoutey. with the Gators and then take Los Angeles 4 f J44 3 Las Angeles 4 .3015
Fulps 013 x 4 3 3 their to finish Kansas City JM 3YESTERDAY'S New York 4V4YESTERDAY'S streak was broken by the
that date there were fewer than 400 sets in New York 9. final two games RESULTS RESULTSLos
Perry and Poor Shake and Westera.DIVISION
City. They cost up to $600 then and most of them were 5, 13-5, they would have a percentage Washington 4. Los Angeles 3, night I Angeles .. Houston 0 night. Tampa Tarpons, 43.
I only gam scheduled. Only gam scheduled. Pedro Martinez tripled to the
9 and 12-inch models. Bill Stern did the commentary for NBC. Division I contests went to Post Office 004 071 V-13 15 of .722. TODAY'S GAMES TODAY'S GAMES
Post Office by a 13-4 marginover Sunnyland 00030017 Cleveland Donovan VO at Minnesota San Francisco Marichal 2-0 at Chicago left center field wall and scoredthe

Sportswriters in attendance that historic day came up with Sunnyland Packing, Hav- Parker SOffVH and Hartwell; Morgan and Wat- Ch Roland a 1. 1-0 at New York Down- Los Ellswortn Angeles 11.Padres 0-1 at Houston Johnson winning run for Tampa on

their usual "brilliant" predictions. One said "it wouldn'tlast A Tampa downed CWA, 6-3; CWA wA-Tampa 203 001 aoo 020 1 0-- 4 3 i 4 West Point swimming coach Baltimore.Pizarro Roberts 1-0 at Boston La- 21. night.Philadelphia Mahftey. 04 at Cincinnati a wild throw in the top half of

," another said "it was too confining and the novelty and Utility Department won Jack Ryan won the Big Ten 440- mabe 2Wasllingtofl--. O'Toole 2-0. night. the ninth
at Milwaukee
She and Floyd; Wilson and Craig. Osteen 1-2 at Los Angeles Pittsburgh Friend 2-0 La-
wouldn't hold up for an hour" and the third said "you're from Gainesville Livestock, 63. G-villa Livestock 020 010 0- 3 5 yard freestyle swimming crown Latman .1. IIIg"' muter i-1. night. The Sarasota Orlando game
better Utilty Del*. 291 102 x- 4 1 Detroit Lary 0-1 at lUnsas City SegvI New York Jackson* VI at St. toils also rained out.
off paying your coin for a bleacher seat.1tI City League play is scheduled Smlttl and Erwin Sapp and Melton. in 1943 while at Ohio State. .,. night. Broglte 1-1.1 SIht. was 4

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Vetoed His Brother "Ai'l
Dyer t.

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n roe om Avmaf CHIP nor+ TUB
IN ORDER TO KEEP 3fan Jnrk (Slimn spring.
y THf OUPFACg SQUAW ID: THE tUjrr.THEWARE "Am I gladthat
"No "
HOW EXOPT10N manager ever can have too many good pitchers,
Rain continued to play havoc 10 1M17 Rid. FOR A1'11Mt wailed Eddie.
j WILL WAMT iwr PAU.10 *uW A tows w He was right. One sale the I found out in time
with Southeastern Conference WAY'N'1'l IT$.AttD5.f.I1'J.41S. CASs 1 NEW YORK. Here's the kind of guy Eddie Dyer was. peddling of Murry Dickson,
baseball games Mondty, canceling WinAUOVY TNL HANDS AMPTO twBFAa When he was appraising young talent on scouting expeditionsfor left him with a badly crippled staff. Saigh never meant to that on INDEPENDENT
two of the three scheduled. m.r..10 THE WPT SOUfMMAT AS r the St. Louis Cardinals many years ago, he was sum- interfere but his enthusiasms sometimes carried him away.
60 THPOUW THE eALI-.15 RESULTIA makes The Dif.
* Louisiana State beat Alabama "ItNrJ KIP tvnf OF SHOT moned into the front office by Branch Rickey to discuss a The owner thought he'd solved all first-base problems by securing agent Big

. 73 in the only game played. THATWIU- a prospect others had recommended highly enough to suggesta Steve Bilko, a muscular mountain of a man. ference in insurance! His
'. Arkansas State's doubleheader HAVE OFAtiIDi MORE'" bonus. "He's a righthanded Lou Gehrig," raved Saigh.UDon't you

"- al'MississIppl was rained out, SPIN AC1'1ON agree, Eddie, that he's the spitting image of Gehrig continuing personal at-
AND A LE56ER "I'd like your opinion, Eddie," boomed the Mahatma.uShould' "Only the seat of his "
/ :aswas the Georgia vs. Georgia pants, said Dyer, dismissing
tension to insurance
;.' State game at Augusta. tsAaavuL DfiGREs'a / "we give this boy a bonus? Has he major league potential the notion with his customary frankness. my

... ? Few managers ever commanded a fiercer loyalty among needs saved me thousands.
-. _LSU's Harry Morel drove in Eddie hesitated only an instant, momentarily torn by two his players than Eddie. This loyalty saved him his "
job early "
- five runs with a double and a loyalties. But being a man of total integrity, he chose the in the 1947 season when the Redbirds got off to an atrocious of dollars. Be glad, not

triple while Steve George went more important loyalty. start. Everything went awry and one of the chief culpritswas sad! Call us, any time!
:: all the way on the mound for "No," he said. "I don't think he has the potential to become Musial, then threatened with an attack of appendicitis.

Z- the Bengal Tigers. a big leaguer." The alarmed Breadon, owner of the club, flew to New York Kirkpatrick .
M The prospect he vetoed was his own brother. for a showdown. He .
"* Morel doubled began to sound out the veterans to :rEdmonson
: 'W1.1t1 -
) and
Edwin died in Houston
+ Hawley Dyer the other day the &
TWS\ BUKWWINS ACTION SO causes of the slump starting with -
the first inning, but Alabama of Terry Moore, the .
baseball men everywhere mourned the passing a of the
11-116 SHOE WlH AlSO Su captain team and the
took a 3-2 lead in the fifth. In .. logical successor to Dyer if a -.
_ ENAE&4' : 10 RUN'f1.tE EALi.NAA S fine gentleman. He managed the Cardinals for five seasons change were made. '
the seventh loser'Ti n Thompson c THROU&H AM IRREGULAR( % OR devotion of the
immediately after the war and gained the
walked four stralghtbattersr: tot ccrtes:c4z1 tLUffiKW PUTTIN6 ftHWCF.! ball players as well as the esteem and respect of all others. not"It's to blame.not Eddie's We fault Mr. Breadon," said Terry.uHe's INSURANCE, INC..
force in a run and Morel tripled vort P are. He's being crucified by circumstanc
-... in three' reUefer Clark. saeSSA A VictimTo es beyond his controL"uEddie's 31 N. Main 3728432THE
Boler. a big brother to us," said the supposedly unsentimental

Slaughter. "If we can't win for him, we can't win
a certain extent Eddie was victimized by a change in
Today's for
games Georgia nobody. Just
give us a little '
. Tech at Georgia, Sewannee at the course of empire. Before World War 11 began, Rickeyhad Dyer got his reprieve. However more time.
* loaded the Cardinals with talent until there a solid second was the
Vanderbilt, LSU at Alabama, up young best he could do. The Cards YOU .
at Eastern was almost complete saturation. By the time the war was were On the downgrade but he ipntlnrla7rn
Kentucky Kentucky manipulated them
and Tiil R nw.riY..i over the Mahatma had switched to Brooklyn and the Dodgers so well that they held second for t h r e e AGEA>I Iesm
Millsaps plays two games a.>r s/.n. sr ti Ilsr L.d: straight seasons.
* at Tulane. had the market cornered. Eddie won both a pennant and a His Cardinal rust
players held him in e
the but out of momentum deep affection. They
World Series with Redbirds in 1946 ran not the were
only ones to do
-Rickey's momentum-by the time he quit hi 1950. I so.
It was an amazing group he had at St. Pete hi 1946 when 1

Celtics Say FarewellsTo the real ball players returned from war. For instance, he Gators -
had eight pitchers who ranked as possible 20-game() winners Sign

-Beazley, Barrett, Munger, Pollet, Lanier, White, Grodzicki -
and Brecheen. He had an outfield of Stan Musial, Terry Grid Star SAFEST ROTARYIN
Ramsey LoscutoffBy Moore and Enos Slaughter. He had Marty Marion and ,
Whitey KuroskL His third-ranking second baseman was Red THE WORLDMDFD'MDWffR

Schoendienst. He was loaded. Two Golfers
BOB HOOBING by beating San Francisco 105-99 Brown. "I don't believe any of 1 But too much went wrong and Eddie needed adroit mani-

BOSTON (AP) "Maybe it Sunday night. us will ever live to see another pulation to beat out the Dodgers in a play-off. Moore rI/ 21" DELUXE
down with a bad knee. Kid pitching wonders never regained Florida
professional team win six consecutive came has signed anothe -
There had been the departureof TRANSMISSIONPROPELLED
sounds funny because I'm colored past notables Ed MaCauleyand world championships. their skills. Max Lanier and Lou Klein jumped to the football player to a scholarship,

and you're white," saidK. Bill Sharman, then last Only one club has a chance Mexican League. A cakewalk turned into a grim battle for sur it was announced today.
C. Jones turning to Frank Bob Now these same Celtics."I vival. The gridder is John Gibson, 5-
Cousy. co-Capt.
year .
Ramsey and Jim Loscutoff Ramsey and Loscutoff have re believe this is our best When Eddie was managing Rochester in the St. Lone 11, 170 pound halfback from
"but the Celtics are a family. I tired. Clyde Lovellette and John- club. Maybe it didn't have th is chain, he bombarded Rickey with wires, asking for more Anderson, Ind. He will be a I
fed your losses deeply." ny McCarthy will not likely re- best personnel but it was thebest pitching help. The Mahatma couldn't understand it and won- member of next year's fresh- ..

In the midst of celebrating aa turn. team. dered if he'd been reading the papers wrong. He sent Eddiea man class.

unprecedented sixth straight Dental Studies "I've had many thrills," a telegram. Gibson was signed by Pepper .
National Basketball Associationtitle Willie Naulls will be welcomebut Coach Red Auerbach. "But this "Please advise your position in standings," wired Rick- Rodgers, UF offensive backfield > Here's how Mote-Mower's
year we all felt we really didthe I coach. new Safety-Guard Blade
Boston chose dental studies
Monday night, play may works
ers found themselves saying instead. job." ey."Temporarily in first place by six games.. Need pitchers Two golfers will be signed to ........-0 to like push rocks objects down

farewells again. The Celtics "I'm tremendously proud of "I've grown very attached to badly," wired Dyer. Gator pacts, it also was an- ; :;.a to the! ground.

wrapped up the playoff crown this team," said owner Walter Ramsey and Loscutoff in my nounced. .t
I years with the team," said play Sold Too"lany They are Harold Bishop of

maker K. C. Jones. "We have Bradford Co. High School in LOOK FOR THESE .
very different personalities but Sam Breadon, Bob Hannegan and Fred Saigh, the three Starke and Dave Govas, Marist ADDITIONAL DELUXE _
Torre Starts their retirements are like losing owners under whom this ta ll-in-the-saddle Texan served, sold High School, Atlanta, Ga. FEATURESSqueezenMow 8

someone very. close. too many ball players to suit Eddie. The enthusiastic but un- Bishop, a three sports star puts
"I love 'em both. knowing Saigh once horrified Dyer. at Starke, has been a consistent full mower control latomotl'ltJPt Fill,1111'.6
in the palm of hand.
Ramsey, variously known as "We have too many good pitchers," announced Saigh one scorer in the low 70s during his your trlnlllllSSIOn.
Late But FastMILWAUKEE "Mr. Clutch" and "the Kentucky high school career. He won
Colonel," drawled his Baseball medalist honors in his group pFtl1
way through some wisecracks Buddy Program meet this year and participatedin )!( KUaic

(AP-The) Mil- erage and finished the season until it came time to say good the state tourney at Winter .
waukee Braves' Joe Torre ap- with a .293 mark. bye. "Basketball has come a Plans Almost Haven.
pears on the way to adding a little I "I feel that two weeks of get long way in Boston," said Ram Completed 1f'llIt! controL Torch Gonrenitnt centrals for Oll-hltdl.throttle, Meets Undjrdi.A.S.A.Look Sifity
proof to his claim that base.ball's ting into shape and then play sey haltingly. "It's very diffi 900 Teams transmission and for this sealbefore
Plans for the upcoming Jay- May 16, at 9:30: a.m. The 7 & sttrter. you buy.
spring training is too ing exhibition games is enoughto cult to leave. We've made a lot To
long, at least for him. get a player ready for the of friends. cee Buddy Baseball program at 8 age group known as the Saltand Compete

_The 23-year-old catcher and season," said Torre Monday as Misgivings the Boys' Club are about com- Pepper League will report FORT

first baseman started to make the Braves were idle. "When you finally say it's pleted for the coming summer. Saturday, May 23, at 9:30 a.m. Nearly 900 LAUDERDALE teams (AP-
"Maybe it's because I'm time to quit have a lot of Organizational dates for the various are expected
his point by holding out for you All boys who report will be placed to
compete for OPEN MONDAY & FRIDAY TJL 9 P.M.
$30,000 in
have been set
three weeks in a salary dispute.'He young, but if a fellow keeps himself misgivings, he added choking, age groups on a team. in the
has added proof by compiling in fairly good shape during back the tears. "You wonder if and play dates for the three money Florida men'sbowling

a .366 batting average in the the off season," Torre said, you've really played too long or leagues have been scheduled.The For the benefit of parents who weekend.tournament starting this JIM VOYLESAPPLIAN

young season. His mark tops the "two weeks of preliminary condition not long enough. ages 9 and 10, called the are planning other schedulesfor Competition will
Milwaukee regulars. He is sec is all he needs." "If you ever come down to Seminole League, along with the their youngsters the play continue each
ond among the Braves in home "I'll admit that all the time I Kentucky, be sure and look us 11.13 age group known as the dates throughout the summerare through May 31 at the & TELEVISION
Imperial Bowl
runs with two and is third in was holding out, I had fears thatI up, hear?" Gator Loop report Saturday, as follows: Mat. and the Bowl-0- 419 N.W. 8th Are. Phone 372.5303VALIANT'S

runs driven in with seven. might be hurting myself by not As Ramsey sat down, his face''I --- -- --- ---- ----
--- ---- ---
At this stage of the 1963 sea. being ready, but now my doubtsare buried in a handkerchief, the ,

'son, Torre had a' .315 plate av- dispelled." banquet hall rang with'a stand- STABLE & DIGNIFIEDKeep
Torre said that while he was ing ovation.

negotiating his salary, he also "I've always hoped there's I ILOW
Jim Stdkely was spending some time in a some semblance' of a chance your Tax Assessor's I

gymnasium playing basketball. Ramsey might come back," office operating in a stable
Takes First and running. said Auerbach. "Very few pea y and dignified manner.
ple in the history of sports have

JH Net TitleJim PKY Boosters been as loyal to an organizationas I KEEP J. PIERCESMITH IN PRICE .-. .
Club Schedules "Of all the pros who ever en-
Stakely, Westwood, won
tered the NBA, Ramsey came in
first the No.annual 1 singles junior crown high in school the Final Meeting more ready to play than any. Talks Your Language! ,
He never was a rookie." (PJ.Adr.)
tourney in the city when he top-
The P. K. Yonge Sports and I
ped Howard Bishop's John Hendrix -
6-4, 6-0.) Band Boosters Club will hold its

No. 2 singles honors went to final event of the year Thursday
; BURNS is BEST for Florida!
Glenn Brasington of Howard night at the schoolA

Bishop who beat Westwood'sBill covered dish supper is 4, ?..
Deese, 6-3, 63. Steve Hall, scheduled for 6:30 in the cafe- !

Howard Bishop, topped West teria, followed by an 8 o'clock a ,,r.s
wood's Lannle Vidal, 6-4. 8-6,i club meeting in the auditorium. WILL FISHING &
for No. 3 singles honors. No. 4 Reports will be given on this
laurels went to Frankie Sanford year's club projects and officers
of Westwood who down will be elected for next year.

ed Howard Bishop's Stead Persons attending are asked
Roundtree, 26.H), 62. Robby to bring a covered dish. SOON L1
Bethel, Westwood, defeated I

Howard Bishop's ,Bill. Gaston,
9-7, 2-6, 6-3 for No. 5 title. I HOT and DRY
Iii doubles, John Whitford and PAA
Hank Schroeder of Bishop defeated Floridians can look forward \I_=
Westwood's Steve- Hall to a typical summer ALL: CARS PRICED TO SELL
and Roundtree, 5-7, 6-4. 6-2 in this year with hot -
No. 1 division and Carl Home weather.and limited rain
and Terry Cassell of Bishop'topped fall. To Insure that
'Hendrix-Brasington, 6097.' lawn and shrubs receive There appears to be a concerted effort to eliminate fish-

adequate water why not ONLY $15 96 America's Lowest Priced
Miami Wins: call ing, hunting arid wildlife from our great state. Wild land is

MIAMI-The powerful Miami BEVILLES NURSERYand being fenced so rapidly that hunting may soon become a V-8 VALIANT

Hurricanes won another dual I Garden Center fora thing of the past for the average Floridian. The sale of state AFTER $199 DOWN -NOW ON SALE
tennis meet, defeating* Florida FREE estimate without FOR LIMITED ONLY
State 72. But Miami's No. 1 lands and bottoms and the
obligation on the best bay reckless destruction of breed-
player, Rod Mandelstam, was underground sprinkler With Chrysler's 5-Yr. 50,000 Mi. Warranty
beaten for the second'time in a system ing and spawning grounds for fish may soon make fresh
row by FSU's Lex Wood. Both
Mandelstam and Wood are Call FR 6-4030 water fish a scarcity.If .

South Africans. I

--- -- - .the state does not soon do something about the re-stock- HAWESPOWMOTOR

AGAINST FEES ing of lakes, streams and rivers and the re-handling of its.

HARRY EVANS is AGAINST game preserves, there won't be any fish or game left. CO.

The Fee System

Vote For I if you favor better conservation of fish anaBURNS game. Valiant Plymcyth Chrysler Imperial Simca


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I{::4 UF Scientist Bares Jupiter Mystery I n A Y

e f rw fl irk t! tmr and as the planet rotates the observatories in Florida and I spin unless a powerful force in- charged particles trapped in the This may have been a coincidence -
$ -By JOHN W. FINNEY radio beams sweep through Chile showed that the rotation tervenes. planet's magnetic field. Smith said, but the :Zi "
WASHINGTON A space like the beam of a light- had slowed by 1.3 seconds. This arises I I
sugges- I The question that now If these theories are correct, change may indicate that the
, tion that the of house. may seem like a slight change, "
Jupiter, largest is whether Jupiter itself, which Smith spot is also linked to Jupiter's!
the Until 1961 the radio but as Smith pointed out, for said, "the implication is asv
) planets, has abruptly sources !is constantly hidden behind I t
surface, instead of being a detached :
strong that itself .
I changed its rotational speed has seemed to rotate at a constant "astronomers this is almost as clouds also has changed its ro the planet Q
floating as had
or at least of the in- 4
,I : been offered by a University of rate, corresponding to the rate surprising as if the City of II tation, or whether the change is terior a portion been generally assumed.In
\ Florida radio-astronomer. at which the planet rotates on Washington had begun to drift limited to the radio sources. has suddenly alteredits $ Vt
;i I For the past eight years, Prof. its axis about every 10 hours. across the surface of the earthat rate of spin," thus changing support of this interpretation -
1 :Alex G. Smith and his collegues But then, Smith reported at the a rate of 10 degrees longi- i' Some theories have linked the i the magnetic field. Smith pointed out that Dr.
at the University have been obi -spring meeting of the American tude a year." radio signals, radiated with an !' At about the time the changewas Raymond Hide of the Massachusetts -
i serving the extremely powerful Physical Society, an abrupt According to the scientific energy of about 50 million kilowatts observedin the radio Institute of Technology had
\ < radio energy being transmittedf change was noted in the rota- principle of the conservation of to the solid sphere of the sourceS, a nearly identifcal shift suggested the red spot may bea
f i. by.the planet. The radio signals tional rate of the radio sources. angular momentum, a rotating planet. The concept is that the occurred in the rotational speedof kind of whirlpool in Jupiter'sthin e
R'I 1 come from four different places, Observations made by radioin heavenly body maintains its radio signals are generated by the great red spot, the one atmosphere, created by a
permanent marking visible in vast depression in the surface of

.J rt :Lha planet's cloud cover. the rapidly rotating planet. .:

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.1 !t BUSINESS MARKET REPORT l Campaign Fund ;4t n 1 s sR

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l TALLAHASSEE (AP-With $21,778. _

*r Late Morning one week to go before the May Claude R. Kirk Jr. of Jack

oN. 5 primaries, two of Florida's sonville candidatefor
: Y. TOUR MONEY'S WORTII. candidates for governor reported -
Listing the U. S. Senate, reported H
surging contributions to their : \
'. campaigns Monday. $1,453 last week for a total of
I I Alit.Chal' 53% Int Nick 78V4 fl5,513. He said he spent $9,5<<. _
Former Sen. Fred 0. Bud
( )
AmAir 47 Int Paper 33% Consumer "
:' Am Brk 52% Jones&L 74% : Dickinson of West Palm Beach, Here are the major contributions by

i AmBdPar 36 Kals Al 22V4 who has consistently led in con- candidate DICKINSON Fail InvitationNorth
SIXMO R. N. Heath of Pensacola;
{ AmCan 43% Ken'cott 80% tributions, reported receiving George S. Brokdway, Roy E. Wlber and
AmCyan 63% Lig & My 80% AUTO RACKETEERS By Sylvia Porter ... ; ( ) $76,859 last week for a total of Beach Patricia; William L Aderson Reece of Smith West Jr.Palm. Mal Florida Strawberry Queen Linda Huggins
AmMot 16% Loch'd 33% --- $562,989. He said he spent $489- colm Mick Leslie Willette and Bill B.
We're into the half half air!" to her first trip to Texas stoppedat Boyette of Tampa) C Van Ness Wood nails up a poster inviting people to attend the Brad
AT&T 141% Lorillard 47 peak season on gas, 789 so far. and Richard Edie of Yonkers N. Y; Ed-
AmTob 34% for buying and repairing auto- "Drive to 700 .Miles desolate panhandle service I II win L Homer of Wilton. Conn.; Con- ford County Fair and Strawberry Festival, which
Mag'vox 37% up on a a I Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia stance Winstead of Tltusville; H. A. Las- tomorrow in Starke.
mobiles-and also into the peak Tank of Gas!" I key of Palm Beach; William L. Risley opens
Ampx Cp 15% Mpls Hon 125% Single station for gas and lubrication. County surpassed his early reports -Jr. of Cocoa Beach; Arra Mae Smathers
Anaconda 42% MM&M 63V4 season for the auto gypsters. A typical "mileage booster"I While her car was on the grease with $60,760 reported for of Maitland; and Betty Patton of Carol .
I Armour 48% Mohasco 13% Millions of us simply do not carried the space-age name of Gables.
discovered last week for 'a total of $252-
rack the attendant Hand-Drawn
know how to tell the difference KELLY
Babcock 29 Mons'to 73% "turbo-jet converter. Amongits Ferry
517. He said he
in spent $1,000 James F. Griffin Jr. of MIami
J Beth Stl 35% Mont Wd 37% between an honest mechanicand promoters' claims: the $3.98 several dangerous, "flaws" far. ; Fuzzy Furlong of Coral Gables L
Boeing 44% Nat Dair 73% a charlatan. Nor can we device converts plain 'air into! one tire bought only three H. Travis of Avon of Park Doraville.; Joe Ga.Roberts; John of Phillips Ta--
,Borden 72% Nat Dist 26/ distinguish between the majority high-powered fuel" and saves' months before, then found the Last week, Secretary of State vares burg. and William V. Simons' of Lees-

Brunswk 10% N.A m Av 48 of new reliable automotive you up to 1,000 gallons of gas a' other three also were "defec- Tom Adams announced that the $800 E. W. Hopkins Sr. of Pensacola. 1 Near Bell 'Retires'BELL
Ii! CaterTr 60Vi Penney 52 % products, parts and services on year. The ingenious promotion tive." Terrified at the prospectof deadline for receiving contri- $750 Edythe-Owens Billy Arnold of Pensacola.Fred Owens 'and

Celanese 67% pa RR 31 the market and the minority points out that fully 70 per cent' a fatal accident, the teacher butions for the first primary BURNS

s Chrysler 457/s Phil Mor 81% which are strictly frauds. of the gas you put in your car bought $150 of new tires, left campaign was midnight April $1,000 Douglas Hall of Ponte Vedra; An historic method
E. F. Shore and E. C Hulitt of Jacksonville The program also will include
4 Com Ed 49% Phil Pet SOW "Standard" auto swindles include is "wasted." To prove it, the her "old" ones behind. 1 30. Contributions received after Beach; Tony 'Italians of Tampa; I
1I Ira M. Koger and John Ball of Jacksonville of transportation the hand remarks Powers
that must be returned, he said. by Ralph ,
Con Edis 85% RCA 33% bill-padding, "magic" ad suggests a simple test: placea 1 ; and Lew Koehler of Miami.
Cont Can 46Y4 wad of cotton on exhaust In extreme examples of this Sen. Scott Kelly of L a k e- i $700 J. Cail Lee of Fort Lauder- drawn ferry at Rock Bluff on State Road Board member; a
Stl 43% and
Rep polishes unnecessary parts your dale. $500 Mrs. Annie! M. Drake of
scheme 'the swindler actually -
4 Dow Che 71 Revlon 36 replacement But two major pipe and notice how quickly land reported $47,707 last week Ocala; H. F. McCranie of Lakeland; and the Suwannee River-will be welcome by Brialmont and
slash tires in order to Jack Darby and Byron Haynes of Jack
duPont 258 Rey Tob 48% auto gyps ,which are on the it becomes soaking wet. for a total of $410,897. He said sonville. retired in ceremonies on the acknowledgements by Cecil
EAL 35% st Reg P 33% rise today and of which you 1 The fact is, says the NBBB, sell new tires ones he or has refuse removed to un-remount -he spent $400,429. MATHEWS I river banks tomorrow.The Perkins, Gilchrist County com
E. Kodak 128% Seaboard 45% should be acutely aware are:I the moisture coming out of the Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack- $1.000Naomi Brooks of HIaleah. ceremonies missioner.The .
til the victim agrees to purchasea $950 Helen Brant of Lake Park. $500E. sponsoredby
Firestone 37% Sears 108% the shower of new potions and exhaust pipe is not gas. It's new set. sonville reported $25,594 last of. Jacksonville Robert Miller; Andrew Jr. and J.Hal Garcia Lynch Jr.Jr., the Bell Chamber of Commerce Belt High School Band
Fla Pw 47% Sinclair 45% products which promise drastic condensation. Some 70 per cent week for a total of $354,502. He Mrs. Sarah A. Roebuck and Mrs. Elaine i also will mark the beginning and the Krickets of Trenton
Fla P&L 73% Socony 75% increases in your mileage; and of your gas is normally "wast- A highway huckster also may said he spent $302,674.Sen. .Itschgl Bradenton of; Tampa C. A. ;HIaasen Anthony and T.Sanda Rossi B.of of a new bridge which will provide music. Refreshments
Ford 55% SouthnC 56% the bilking of the highway ed" in the sense ftat it is dis- gyp out-of-state tourists via the John Mathews reported Abel of Fort Lauderdale; Jack Ac;;r- will replace the ferry as a will be served after: the
Frmst Da 11 Sperry R 15% I traveler thousands of miles sipated in the form of heat in- sale of unneeded new batteries.He $40,251 last week for a total of man Beach and; and James George Simpson Poston of of West Lake Park.Po'.m I.means of spanning the Suwan- program.

Frept Sul 35% stO NJ 84% 1 away from home through high- stead of power-much as mostof may, for instance, drain the $283,704. He said he spent $251- $1,000 Mrs. Tom KARL Daughterly of Or- nee at Rock Bluff.
Srueh Tr 30% Studebak 8% pressure sales and repair the heat in your fireplace acid out of a battery cell, replace mond Beach and Richard V. Austin of The ferry to be retired is the
Gen Dyn 26% swift 46 schemes. inevitably goes up the climney. it with plain water, then 123.Mayor Robert King High of Jacksonville.mond Beach.$700-$850 Tom-Mrs.Daugerty Geraldine of Or-I. The program, emceed by last of its kind In Florida.

Gen El 82% Texaco 76% Consider first the "additive If any new products exist today "prove" the battery is dead Miami reported $6,449 last Freitag Reismon of of Bridgeton Rome N.N.Y.J.$750$700--Ralph Harry Bell C of C President J. J. The new bridge which will
which by a hydrometer check. Or if Frederick of Ormond Brialmont, will start at 4 p.m. carry State Road 340 across
Gen Fds 85% Thiokol 14% madness, as one spokesmanFor can significantly increase week for a total of $89,281. He Beach.
Mills 38% mileage the oil he's pushing fuel pumps, he HIGH E. K. Hamilton of Live Oak the Suwannee is a joint project
Gen U Carbid 124% the National Better Business com- said spent' $75,767. $1,000 Fred J. Dlon of Key West.
82% panies surely have already in- may squirt oil onto the engine, $500 L C. Morris of Miami Beach. secretary-treasurer of the Flor- of Gilchrist and Dixie cou-
Gen Mtrs Unit Airc 45 Bureau calls it. A slew of "new, Among the Republican candi- and P. S. Walker and Frank J. Rooneyof
Goodrich '55 Un Fruit 21% scientific" products which you corporated them into the stand I then contfront the victim with dates, Rep. Charles Holley of III Miami.of Tampa..415Robert E. hardaway ida Crown Council, will be the ties. It is being constructed ata
41% ard gasolines we buy. In some .the dire news that her fuel HOLLAND featured speaker. cost of $220,000.
Goodyr US Steel 56% simply pour into a gas tank or, Pinellas County was in the lead
Greyhnd 57 Univ Mat 12% clip onto your motor are advertised -I cases, independent laboratorytests pump is leaking, must be re with $527 reported last week Winter$1,000 Haven- Mrs.; James Mary A.A.Van Chipman Fleet of of

Gulf Oil 53% WestgEl 33 in glowing phrases show the "miracle" addi- placed.On .. for a total of, $10,440. He said New McArthur York; and and Howard John S.Korth Dupuis Mrs.Jr.Wlla of-
,1 ,Int Harv 69% Woolwth 82% I ranging from "Run your carpT tives and gimmicks actually de- "gas-saving" products, he spent $9,416.H. Miami.bring. $750 F. Elgin Bayless of Se- Tells Fla. Bankers
best of advice is
the of in source
crease efficiency gas your B. (Bob) Foster of Fort KIRK
tank.Without. responsible local station $1,000 Emmet O'Neal of Jacksonville.
I At I your Myers Beach reported $65
Bridgesareas. doubt, the most service mechanic or the Better
; last week for a total of $5,138.He .
vicious auto racketeer today is Business Bureau. In almost all McDonaldBacked
Of Role
said he
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Tolls' 1957, collected $1,795,843 in the one preying on the highway cases, though, you're best off spent $1,811. Community
were scheduled to be removed. tolls from 12,088,486 vehicles. traveler far from home and with ordinary gas and a well- Ken Folks of Orlando reported -
at 7 a. m. today from the Palma I Manatee County pledged its scaring the victim into buying I serviced car. $10 last week fur a total of
By Over 200 Florida bankers were ing new industries to the
$2,497. He said he spent $2,252so com-
Sola and Cortez bridges connec-; secondary gasoline tax to retire expensive, unneeded accessories On repairs or parts replace-
told here that hold
ting the Manatee County mainland the new bond issue, scheduledto new tires, batteries, etc. ment while you're: on the open far. today they munity by placing the com-
\ with Bradenton Beach. I be repaid' in 1991. The old The victim is usually a wom- road, your best single rule is:I In the race for U. S. senator, Bar Group they key to the progressive de- munity's needs ahead of their
'V\ The State Road Departmentsaid bond issue was scheduled to be an, often with a station wagon take the time to check an un-: Sen. Spessard Holland of Bar- I velopment of their community. own business interests. He also

,1\ the recent $4.8 million Manatee retired in 1983. loaded with children and lug- known serviceman's reputation tow, D-Fla., reported $35,150for Without mentioning him by "Today the banker's role in pointed out instances where
1 County bond issue enabled Manatee was the second coun- gage. The unscrupulous few with the local BBB or Automobile I a total of $193,061. He said name, the directors of the the American economy is bankers had contributed to the
I the county retire the outstanding ty in a year to remove tolls. service stations appear centered Club-before you consent to he spent $143,793 so far. Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar As- unmatched by any other segment stagnation of their communities.

bonds,on the bridges and re- Last June, Martin County removed mostly in the Southwest.As the repairs or new parts. I. Brailey Odham of Sanford reported -sociation end o r sed County of the business community Frierson said a community-
move the tolls. I I'I the tolls from three an' illustration, recently a Next: "Earn Money At. $3,764 last week for a total Judge H. H. McDonald. declared Charles D. Frier- minded approach to the banking -

;I ,:The: two bridges, constructed bridges with a new bond issue. Pennsylvania school teacher on! Home" Schemes.the of $25,610. He said. he spent The board issued a statement son, president of the Mercan- business often meant that a
--- tile Bank of Jonesboro, Arkan- banking official would recom-
calling for law training for the

county judge's post.McDonald's sas.Frierson was the opening ,competing mend to a institution client that he in use.( he a
Ii predicts Business opponent, John
1] Fast Upsurge Connell, is not an attorney. speaker of the second annual community to secure a loan.
Florida Bank Directors Confer-
According to the statement Is- "Many loans that are good
1 'sued by President Joe C. Jenkins -ence sponsored by the Univer- for the community cannot and
I By M. J. ROSSANT Indeed, the fact that lose.The) best of all possible economic -py operating at well above the i Jr., the purpose of the sity of Florida and the Florida should not' be made by banks."
I, :JEW: YORK The expansion businessmen have raised their speedup can be sustained worlds, with profits and average rate and above even association is to try to improvethe Institute for Continuing Uni- he declared. Frierson said bankers

t la business activity appears sights indicates that they will provided consumers do not get production increasing, unem- the preferred rate. It is this administration of justice. versity Studies.He should be familiar with the
ready to undergo a change in be increasing both productionand over-enthusiastic. in their pur- ployment falling and prices relatively -kind of situation that can cre- "Our canons of professionalethics cited several illustrations lending procedures of compet-

i its character. inventories. chases. So far, the extra pur- stable. But maintainingit ate bottlenecks and price pres- require us to concern our- in which banking officials furnished ing commercial and governmental
With all corporations planningto These forces imply a shift chasing'' power provided by tax will not be easy. sures even when the average is selves with the qualifications of the leadership in attract- organizations.

: Increase their spending on from the rather moderate ad- reductions has led to no spend- The administration has few reassuring. candidates for judicial offices,",
plant and ,equipment by 12 percent vance of recent months. Indus- ing spree. If it does, then the qualms. Johnson said last week the statement explained.

J this year, and with manufacturing trial production, which has been acceleration in activity could that he "is not going to objectto Duties of the county judge
Indict Flour Firms
alone scheduling an inching upward, should beginto get out of hand. the economy heating'up." Lists Top were noted, including determi-
f ft per cenT rise, the pace of shoot ahead. Expendituresfor There is a thin dividing line Walter W. Heller, chairman of nation of grounds for arrest and

,' ejconomic"activity:: is.certain to new constructions will jump. between a faster but sustainablerate the President's Council of Economic Auto Makes issuance of search warrants,
speed up.. Its increased acceleration And total output of goods and of expansion and a' runaway Advisers, continues to insist mental incompetency decisions,
could lead to a change services, which is reflected in boom. Over"the next few that the -amount 'of unemployment child custody, administration of, For Price Fixing
from a smooth ride to one where the figures for Gross National months, the nation may enjoy and excess -capacitystill On Road estate and rent controversies.

I seat belts will be needed. Product, will be much higher. present in the economy ar "These duties of the county.
Businessmen are obviously re- Until now the advance has Florida Keys gues against exceeding "the judge are matters of a legal na- WASHINGTON'(AP-Twelve dictment against the companies,
sponding to the stimulus of tax !been orderly, punctuated by speedlimit danger" this year. DETROIT Eleven U. S. ture," the statement concluded flour milling firms were indicted which produce 65 per cent of
reduction., According to esti- I frequent pauses. Industrial production InsuranceProblem auto makes and one import "Based upon our experience' as' today on charges of conspiring the bakery flour sold east of the

mates, capital spending during for instance, appearedto Dr. Heller has placed consid- have more than a million cars I practicing attorneys, we believe over the past six years to Rocky Mountains. The indict

I the first quarter showed be doing little better than Told' erable stress on the fact that. on the road, according to the that the public will be be served fix prices.A ment also names as defendantssix
I only a slight increase over the mark time over the past six industry on the average is operating by a county judge trained and federal grand jury in Buffalo officers of the firms.
$41.2 billion annual rate in months. Similarly, Gross Na- MIAMI BEACH (AP-A Florida -' well below preferredrates 1964 Automotive News Almanac, experienced in the law." N.Y., handed down. the In- As a result of the alleged conspiracy
1963's last quarter. So if busi- tional Product showed a much official says that if insur- of capacity. He estimates: issued this week. it is charged, commercial i
nessmen are to reach their tar- bigger advance in 1963's last ance companies don't form a that industry was operating at t: Chevrolet leads with 17, buyers of flour have been
't get of $" billion this year, it quarter than it did in the first voluntary pool to handle wind- an actual 87 per cent of capacity 060,398 cars still in use, follow- Johnson Likes subjected artifically high and
means feverish activity over the quarter of 1964. storm policies In the Florida at the end of 1964, which I noncompetitive prices.
next nine months. I But now the stage seems set, Keys, "this could be the start- is below the 92 per cent preferred ed by Ford with 13,606,204; The indictment names these

President Johnson will bene- 'for a definite quickening in economic -ing point for a federal coopera- rate. Plymouth, 4,802,231; Buick, To Hear Dog Yelp'kesman : defendants

fit from this rise. For a sharp 'I activity without pausesor tive insurance program." But averages can prove mis. 4,056,135; Pontiac, 3,994- General Mills Inc. and Wil-

f jump in capital spending has a slowdowns.It may not add i E. J. Gallagher, consultant in leading. Many industries including 248; Oldsmobile 3,823,035; liam A. Lohman Jr., vice pres-
lead to an upsurge in other up to.a boom, but it could come the Florida insurance department steel, fabricated met- Dodge Mercury NEW YORK (AP) A spo! for the Society for the ident; the Pillsbury Co.; Arch-
said Monday that the only als and electrical machinery, Prevention of Cruelty to Anneals said today the organization er-Daniels-Midland Co. and
STOCKMABKET FLASHES available insurance in the Keys are operating far below the av 2,579,690; Rambler, 2- is "very much against" President Johnson, or anybodytwo Lawrence J. Weidt, vice presi-

E costs 50 per cent more than any- erage. By the same token,, a 008,805; Cadillac, 1,453,969 and picking up dogs by the ears. dent; International Milling Company ,I
where else, and deductions are number of industries are clear-, Chrysler 1,174,964. The President picked up his beagle pups, Him and Her, Inc.; the Peavey Co. and
set at $200 or 5 per cent, which- by the ears on the White House lawn Monday. He said be William R. Heegaard, vice pres-
NEW YORK (AP) The up tt at 55%. ever is higher. Volkswagen is the only im- did it "to make him bark." ident, all of Minneapolis;

stock market was mostly higher Pan American World Airways "The homeowners of the Keysare Bids Due In port make with more than a "It's good for him," Johns on said, "and if you've ever Bay State Milling Co. of Wi- t
in moderately active tradingat advanced % to 72% on 3,000 not happy," he said. "Manyof million cars on U. S. roads followed dogs you like to bear them yelp." nona, Minn., and Bernard J. I
the opening today. shares.On them could not raise their deductions -1,083,089.The The spokesman for the SP<:A in New York said picking Rothwell U, president: the Weber
of most stocks Lake Butler U. S. auto makers since it would hurtar. Flour Mills Co. and the
Changes key 1,000: share blocks, Elec- in case of a heavy up dogs by the ears hurts th em as much as II
were fractional. trical & Musical industries storm." 1900 have turned out 299 mil- people to pick them up by the e; Western Star Mill Co., both of
Opening blocks included: Ra- H to 7% and Eastern eased AirLines Many insurance companies LAKE BUTLER- Bids were lion vehicles, including 172 mil Asked whether yelping was ;good for dogs, he said his only & Elevator Co. of Lincoln,
dio Corp., up % at 33% on 3,500 lost U at 35. pulled out of the Keys after to be opened here today on aground lion cars and 37 million trucks, comment was that "If some body: picked you up by the ears, Neb.; Inland Mills Inc., of Des
shares; American Telephone, up Hurricane Donna brought heavy storage and treatment: other statistics in the Almanac you'd yelp too." Moines, Iowa, and John J. Va-
H at 14M on 2,500; and Chrysler Pennsylvania Railroad rose % damage in 1960. water tank ,for the city's $540.. show. These vehicles have a John Neff, executive vice president of the American Kent nier, who is president of Weber
up % at 46 on 2,500. to 30% on 2.000 shares. Boeing Speaking to the southeast sec- 000 municipal water and sewerage wholesale value of $253,960,060- nel Club, said he had neve: heard that Johnson's treat- Western Star and Inland and i
_Du Pont slipped % to 258%. fell tt to 44% on 1,500. tion of the National Associationof system, according to Lake, 000.The ment was good for beagles. vice president of Gooch; the 1

American Tobacco eased tt to Jersey Standard and New Insurance Commissioners, Butler Mayor John E. Smith. Almanac also reveals Evelyn Monte, New York dog expert and field trial judge, Colorado Milling & Elevator Co.
34% on 1,400 shares. York Central added fractions. Gallagher suggested that the Smith said no action would I that 75 per-cent of the cars sold said the dogs probably yelp
On openers of 2,000 shares Yesterday the Associat e d companies form a voluntarypool be' taken on the. bids until the: in 1963 had.automatic tran mi&: handlers sometimes pinch a do l's ears to punish him. its president, and Seaboard Allied
each, U. S. Steel rose % to 55Ti Press averages o! 60 stocks fell to handle the windstorm mee sg'of the CHy Coned Heal Mona for a gain of 50 percentage She said Johnson's remarksman were strange "coming from a Milling Corp. of Newton,
lad Ford (ex dividend) was 1.5 to 301.9. policies. week. peWs since 1950. who says be likes dogs." Mass.rr' .
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II 12 Gainesville Sun Tuesday April 28, 1964 _

f Iii;I 'Johnson Pleases Businessmen Plans UN Group Talk 'Do-It-Yourself'

E WASHINGTON (AP-If his judgments on him. contributions." sidy," ""picking the taxpayer's meant, but they clapped loudly Can Be HazardThose

t : reception by the U.S. Chamber Johnson's reception by the Another commented: "This: pocket, and "bribery" to' when he added: "And then, in On AfricaAfrica

of Commerce is a reliable indicator !' chamber was an astonishingone. fellow Is trying to get electedunanimously. I describe the administration's the same week, I am going to I

I : President Johnson basi'I After his speech, one mem- ." budget and domestic programs. call in the leaders of the work- will be the topic of ambitious, doityourself If you cut or scratch your I
won the general approval of the ber of the overwhelmingly The chamber is historically a Johnson warmed his business ing men and tell them the same discussion at the next meet- days of springtime drew self, wash the wound with soap I

J nation's business community. Re- poor audience for Democrats. listeners with a forecast that thing." ing of the Gainesville Chap words of caution and advice and water, let it bleed a little,
But many of those who applauded publican audien- Analysis: The late Paul Butler, when profits after taxes will reach The general feeling among ter of the American Associa- from the State Health Depart- put a bandage on it and geta I
1" Democratic national chairman, $30 billion this year, up nearly is that Johnson will ment this
or laughed 60 times ce observed: What The politicians tion for the United Nations, morning. tetanus shot.
I booed during one hot de- ?3 billion over 1963. be presented with a number of Tips for accidents
12 : during his hour's rambling discourse "Maybe not.a NewsMeans was Friday, at 7:30 pjn. avoiding When using plant
bate government welfare But some were ont so enthusiastic opportunities to try out his per- came from Dr. Mc- sprays
h : before the group Monday soul here will on The meeting, which will be George and dusts, read the directions
\ obviously are going to take a vote for him. spending. aout his statement that suasive powers on labor before held in the Community Roomof Coy, director of accident pre- avoid them
: hard look at Johnson's dealings But he's sure There was booing again in be is going to call on industry the election. His roughest test the Guaranty Federal Sav- vention. carefully and wash, inhaling after
J dam- Joseph S. Clark, later to reduce some prices for may come in the United Auto 220 Spring cleaning can be a dan carefully they
I with the big labor unions before done some 1961 when Sen. ings and Loan, N. Main used. And. And
are always keep
: they reach any final political age to Republican campaign, D-Pa., grew angry at the hostile the benefit of consumers. Workers' bargaining with the St., will feature a film and a gerous past-time for mother, them out of children's reach.
I I reception, he received a de- They may have been a little,motor manufacturers late this lecture on Africa by Dr. Hugh dad should be careful cleaning Be careful with
econ- puzzled as to just what he summer. of windows and mowing power
n bate with a Popenoe, Professor Soils, screens mowers and always clear the
t: omist at a U.S. Chamber con- at the University of Florida the lawn and working in the
place to be mowed of bones,
NOTICE vention. Clark advised the dele- PeopleIn College of Agriculture.Also garden, and children seem to
In The sticks and other objects that
gates to "grow up;" he got a Ray Jones, University run into accidents everywhere, can be thrown like a bullet by
= WE WILL BE CLOSED storm of derisive jeers. Research Librarian, will report -he said. the mower.
President John F. Kennedy, the NewsLONDON and comment on U. McCoy's advice:
;' FOR INVENTORY in his lone appearance at a Thant's recent address to the Don't stand on chairs un- Watch out for bees, wasps

chamber session, received lit- AP-Can CapitolWASHINGTON Algerian National Assembly less they're firmly anchored. and spiders, and if you're allergic
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MAY 1 & 2 tle than polite applause.! ( you picture on"Africa and the World Community Watch for loose electrical to them, see a physician
: their heir to the thron ." connections and wires that about getting a desensitizing in
Your will be AppreciatedLUMBER former President
Cooperation ; Dwight D. Eisenhower never'once occupied by Queen Victoria (AP-In the Dr. Popenoe recently attended might trip someone.Rocks. jection.
news from Washington: a meeting of the Inter-
missed addressing the chainjer's leading a rock 'n roll
in his RESIGN: President Johnson national Union for the Con- :
annual meeting band?
I eight in office, the friendly says the head of his council of servation of Natural Rescour- Blasted .
receptions he received never Well, 15 year old "Prince economic advisers, Walter W. ces held in Nairobi, Kenya.He .
approached the storm of Charles has an electric guitarand Heller, is planning to leave gov- will show films he took of

I t SUPPLY plause that Johnson won ap.1 the gossip columnist for the ernment service for financial the meeting.
reasons. Also included on the program In Flood ;

( a COMPLETE LINE BUILDING MATERIAL I day.The for I Daily Sketch says he plans to I Speaking to a task force on will be a brief statement by

: N.W.8r& 4t&ST> 6AINSY1LLE-,7aQ.37b.76abl chamber's applause remark- organize a band at his fashionable .. foreign investments in the White Miss Phyllis Blair, State Chair- I
I Johnson was more school in Scotland. House garden Monday, Johnson man of the Collegiate Councilfor MOSCOW (AP) Soviet engineers said it would take more than a I
because Edwin P. Neilan,
I : able
the United Nations, anda
half million pounds of explosivesto
chamber president, has cited Heller's case in calling for blasted tons of rock and
retiring report by the AAUN Nomina-
blast the slide.
t been stumping the country for passage of legislation increasing ting Committee. earth today trying to release a through huge

months denouncing the admin- SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP-, salaries of upper-level U.s. offi- dammed up mountain river
I istration's domestic policy. Ex-astronaut John H. Glenn Jr, cials. Odds which threatens to send a devastating Reds Down
Neilan, a Delaware banker, No date was set for Heller's AgainstThis
is back in Wilford Hall Air
flood down the Zeravshan
I has accused Johnson of wearing departure and assistant press U. S.
Force for tests to determine CoptersDO
Hospital toward Samarkand.The .
'the-false face of frugality. He secretary Malcolm Kilduff said Thief

has used such terms as "im if be needs further Heller had told the President he Communist party news- XA, South Viet Nam (AP) I
morality," "seduction by sub- treatment for a disabling ear'would stay until after the TUCSON, Ariz. (AP-A bare- -Communist guerrilla ground-

I ,injury. November election. foot policeman and a former paper Pravda said more than fire downed two U.S. helicoptersand

I : r "For SMOKING: The Agriculture college wrestler teamed up 700 million cubic feet of water a South Vietnamese fighter

-w. Department's chief researchersays Monday to capture one of the have built up behind the land- plane today in a government

,- A LONDON (AP) Tokunbo there is a good chance FBI's 10 most wanted crimi- slide that tumbled into the rain- assault on guerrilla mountain

Akintola, 13-year-old son of the science decrease the health
I nals.He swollen Zeravshan River last positions here. Two American
'\ Cents premier of Western Nigeria, hazards of smoking but he can't is Frank Dumont, 42, con- j airmen were wounded.
: laid out suit for victed six times since Friday and blocked its path
; t j.:;; a new today predict when. 1936 and
Per his first day at Eton College. "It is going to take intensive wanted in Pocatello, Idaho, on through a mountain gorge. 1 The biggest toll was among

't.\\ ); f.\' I} :): Your Home Can Have He'll be the first African to work," said Dr. B. T. Shaw in charges of burglary and the as- Engineers, hoping to cut a I the Vietnamese troops riding in

-: t:! attend Eton, spawning groundof testimony before a House sault of a 14-year-old girl. 985-foot canal through the natural -the helicopters to tiny landingzones

1'i ; "COMPLETE"Pest prime IIlinisters'and other "and I couldn't predict how The manager of a Tucson dam, had planned to touch near a Communist base.

statesmen. soon the answer may come."-A apartment house spotted Dumont -off 110,000 pounds of explosives Eleven of them were killed by

r i Control Service transcript of his Feb. 25 testi- rifling through an apart- today. Their goal is to drain the groundfire.A .

BRAKES mony was made public Monday. ment, and alerted two tenants, pent-up waters into the river- total of 15 of nearly 40

cial"1495I On Your can doa it in. MANILA (AP-Foreign) Min- SUPERJET: The Defense Department off-duty policemen Richard Mil- bed, which has dried up below Vietnamese and American helicopters
. Inspected Salvadore P. will be has officially desig- ne and Robert Wilson.A the landslide.
I and treated ret ister Lopez ; were hit by ground fire
Bonded nlarly for Insect named ambassador to the United nated the 2,000-mile an hour All third tenant, Dennis Faverosaw as an operation was launchedinto
_and rodents. Place jet as an interceptor and Milne race barefooted after Blasting and excavation specialists -
Nations informed
. Ford Cher., Plym., Rambler sources gaveit the mountainous provincesof
your pest control said today. a new tag that looks more the fleeing Dumont and joinedin. have been flown from Quang Ngal and Kontum.A .

hands problems of competent.experienced In\ the. like a typographical error-the: Wilson had gone to get a car. Moscow and other centers to
.I -ins mea YF12A. Milne caught up with Dumont the danger site 1,700 miles Vietnamese fighter plane

.) v who know their Job. (Advertisement) In February when President and as the two battled, Favero, :southeast of Moscow. crashed near the command post

+ If looking for nice, Johnson disclosed the jet-many a University of Arizona gradu- after ground fire damaged the
you are a The area is due north of Afghanistan -
GAS WELL cUh eftCNEuu6 0w1I healthy pet for your littl"Mary" of whose characteristics are still ate student and former Notre across the Pamir engine. The pilot was seriously
Dame wrestler arrived and
CD. secret-he described ap injured.
check "Pets" in to- it as an ad- Mountain range which forms the
I Garden & Pet Center day's Classified. There are a vanced experimental jet air- plied a hammerlock on Dumont ;frontier between Afghanistanand Two other helicopters crash
number of cute kittens and craft. "All right," Milne quoted Dumont -, landed because of engine
f IJ N. W. JJrh Sr, GOODYEAR DEALER MIM. Ft 2 1419 pup-; the Soviet Union.
:! I Phone fR 6.1661 py's> who want a home. I The Pentagon said in Its announcement -I as saying, "There's too trouble, but no casualties were
that the "Y" refersto many of you. I'll go peacefully." An official source in Moscow reported.

h prototype aircraft and "F"

represents_ the plane's basic
Yk mission symbol "to Interceptand Holland Says Rights Bill

destroy other aircraft. The

rest, an Air Force spokesman

said, Is for bookkeeping.

t JapaneseVisit Could Backfire on NegroesBy -

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS state, arbitrary actions becomea "But he favors special treat-

i Tally Spessard Holland, campaigning two-way sword." ment for the duPont estate and

i r for his fourth term in the Speaking Monday at Jackson- Ed Ball.
7 xti TALLAHASSEE U.S. Senate, contended today ville, Holland said he wants to
vQ qp y.4 (AP-Elev the civil bill could fostera
q" rights help Negroes with job trainingand
. ..::: en Japanese governors, on a police state that might back
b technical assistance but he
..... Lb-t ( goodwill tour of the United
1 MM States, visited Florida's capital fire on the Negroes it is sup- opposes the fair employment
tq Zr :.k.b y s ti. ; .c posed to help. practice and public accommodation /
, city today, looking in on the tira
His Odham
State Cabinet and opponent, Brailey sections of the civil rights
the State Supreme -
said Holland's interests
.. :;: > Court. are spe- bill."When
1: y. : ri +
: :z =Y cial interests and not the commonweaL It comes to saying Qf
) governors, returning a
visit to made whom you can employ and
Japan last
i year Holland said in a statement whom "
by several U. S. you can't, he said, "it's
governors, ar-
from his Bartow headquarters! un-American."
rived in Tallahassee Monday that Americans will thank 1
t night. I most Brailey Odham, campaigning
\! him and other foes of the civil m Miami for Holland's Senate
i '. i1 .N During the day, they were rights bill, when they under- seat, said Holland "representsthe
: X' guests of Gov. and Mrs. Farris
dQ.' rM stand it better. "
big special interests.
j'I Bryant as they toured the ,
I city. "We cannot tolerate an army "Holland minimum .,I
1 Other points on their visit of federal ... opposes J
1i were Florida State agents decidingfor wages of $1.25 an hour for the
the Tallahassee Junior University Museum, us whether in every.employe 500,000 low wage earners in "TRY

and the relationship we have discrimi- ,Florida," Odham said. "He opposes KINGEDWARD1'
governor's mansion. '
I nated against the worker be- civil
A rights for our Negro
1 p. m., they were
'scheduled to leave cause of religion, sex, color or citizens. He opposes the Medi
Tallahassee "
< .. t I Municipal Airport for Cape Kennedy race, said Holland. care program for our senior Ajiw/ea'i L Selling C/g.f
"An aroused people could turn citizens.
\ > arriving at Patrick Air the machinery of this legislation
Force Base,at 2:30
p. m. for a the Once
against Negro. we go
brief tour of that facility. down the road toward the police LIMITED '
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Tuesday, April 28, 1964 Gainesville Sun

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35 Houses for Salt

'r THERE CHRISTIAN lady to live in BANSENJI puppy. male. wormed I

/ SEE by for companion to elderly lady and shots love children. Good OWNER must sacrifice 3bed. I WANT-AD RATESPH.
very little work. If interested hunting dog, nine wks. old. Call room, 2 bath large Fla. room
call FR 6-5347 or 4722196. FR 21783.CHIHUAHUA. and living room. built In kitchen -

IN DEBT? carport. 1705 sq. ft. living 3728441for
IS makes puppies, ready to area. convenient to schools.
a lot
A little more money go. Come see. R. E. Gregory 1321 N.W. 21st Ave. Phone FR 22633. -
of difference. Easy dignified Hawthorne. Phone 4812313.SPRINGTIME forClassified
I the SUN part or full time work. Provides
I good extra !Income. Call is puppy time. English ANGLEWOOD by owner. 3 BR 2
00 Avon Manager Mrs. Burns FR Shepherd puppies & American bath. Price J17400. $400 down I OnlyDEADLINES
, WORTHWHILE 2-0421. Shepherd puppies. Call FR Call 'S122Tl1.D.SCOVER .

I. II EXPERIENCED ( 2-CC33__ and buy now this

STENOGRAPHERSSperry AKC registered Dachhundi new home under construction. I
1 ALACIIUA GENERAL 16th Ave. and Ninth St. at 4:17 has desirable positions All shots. 4 weeks. Black or red Covered court entrance. 3 BR.

: April 25 1964BIRTHS available for experienced s teno- male. & female. Ph. Kingsley 2 bath paneled family rm., fireplace Tues. thru FrL papers-5 pm. Day before publication
/1 graphers with developed secre- Lake 533-2493._ air conditioned. All of the g For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 ..rn. Sat.
pjn.Pearl tarial skills. Starting salary determined quality and personal work of
14 MONTH old AKC registered female For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 pjn. Sat.
by prior experience Myrlck home. Again offered
a Lloyd -
C. Owens Micano .
p y, German Shepherd. $75.
with Increase based on regular. in Wimberly Estates off
Minimum 4 lines)
; ( ad
Mr. and Ms. Ruffle London, and Royce L. Shipp 1325 NW ly scheduled work performance Call 372-1235._ NW 39th Ave. Phone 372-MOT.

.. 2001 Saxon St.. Tallahassee a 12th Rd., in Shopping Center flies reviews.S day Promotional work week.OPPOrtun-Excel' GIVE away kittens. Call FR- 4 Bedroom. 3 full baths in Libby FAMILY RATES
READINGIN 6-8041. Heights. This home has over &-
boy. parking lot on NW 10th .Ave. at I lent working conditions in and confidence banefits. 300 sq. ft. of living space air 1 Insertion ............................................... s.cI'I':::
6:30 Submit telephone resume 372-0411, Ext.- AKC registered miniature Dachshund conditioned dishwasher, and 5 3 Insertions ..............................................
ADMITTED p.m. yesterday. or 4 weeks old male. black many other extras. If you need $2 6 Insertions 17e line
r>\ for appointment.SPERRY with brown markings 1751C1a plenty of living area check this u 12.serfions '::::::::::'::: :,':::::::::::::::::::::::::: :. .lie<< line

James V. Hutchingson, Lake ELECTRONIC TUBE N.E. 31st Ave. 3722166._ one. Will consider trade. For information g Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x -

Louis Jacob Burkhim, Shirley DIVISION BLACK LAB. retriever pups. Real call THE JAMES CO. ed x number of insertions.S .
Rose Geer Jesse Lee Granger Wales, Ora Hiatt Wynn, Rt. 4, SPERRY RAND CORP. quality. healthy & ready to go. OF GAINESVILLE INC. Build
-..- William S. Lemasters, 1402 SE GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA I AKC reg FR 2-5763 after 6All ers of Kingsbury Homes. Phone 05
Martha Louise Caldwell Will EQUAL OPPORTUNITY day week-end. 3773527. nights 4727401.
22nd St. and J 0 s e ph N. Bar- S Five letter words per line
EMPLOYMENT ChihU Bedrooms., IVs bath. built In kitChen -
.... am Gilbert Treaster, John 2 AKC registered male -
wick Ft. Meade at SW 13th Stand THE huas 10 weeks old reasonable. on a well shaded lot. MinImum I
Wesley Kidwell all of Gaines- down payment. FHA. lowmonthly
12 Mole Help Wanted Call 481-2247 Hawthorne. Fla. Same as 2 lines
\t Fifth Ave. yesterday. payments. This home
ville; Luther Clemons Micano- mother 8 Pt. ordinary type
FREE Male' kitten. has strip>> hardwood floors. For

L Lillie Pearl Wilson Riviera WANTED Call FR 6-8714. information call THE JAMESCO. f
py; Persian.
Kathleen M. Burch 1912 SW Samees3llnes
Beach Charles Esaw K er COLORED only. Turpentine dippers Builders of Kingsbury Homes. ordinary type
; sey, 14th Ter. and Jerry C. Grier SUN ,
chlppers and pullers. Good 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY Phone 3733527. Nights 3727401.
I Alachua: Olivia Deon Lon don, wages. Pay off each week. Con- Sam 4 lines
1707 SE 10th Ter. at W. Univ.
tack Mr. Kenneth Strickland. BY OWNER 4 bedroom, 2 bath, B 18 rt.ordinary type
I Tallahassee Daniel R. Harrison Ave. at 15th Ter. at 4:32 p.m. Telephone 474-8033 after 6 p.m. OWNER large house. double garage.

; Alachua; J. B. Murphy, yesterday.Vera WANTED life guard thru Labor BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 'I 0 versity.Fenced Call yard.FR Close UnI- I
WjNT Day who is free to live on premIses Block of N. W. 22nd Street. 110" ""
Alachua. Same -s 5 lines
and can do other work x 155'. Phone 376-5109. COMFORTABLESUBURBAN 24 Pt.
l Mae Boets, 503 NW Sixth when not on duty. FR 6-3012. BEAUTIFUL large lots fully ordinary type

DISCHARGED Ave. and Helen G. Kivett, 824 UNIVERSITY of Fla. Student to improved. In Ridgewood. NW LIVING ;
work spare time. Room rent 31st Street lust south of NW
j Mrs. Vonnie Lyles Frank SW Ninth St., in the 600 blockof to constitute part of compensa- 16th Avenue. J. W. Kirkpatrick 3 BEDROOMS. 2 bath. living room. The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible tor more than one
ADS tion. FR 6-3012. Agency, 31 N. Main or call FR. family room kitchen with built 02: incorrect insertion. nor will K be liabl for any error In advri ..
r James, Lanorris Martin, Mrs. NW Third Ave.,-at 5:30 p.m. 2-8404. ins. Central air conditioning. and fa i tsement: 'o 5 greater extent than the cost ot the space! occupied -
RETIRED interested in fenced back Lo
couple heating yard.cated -
by the Kern I
of 1964 ; the advertisement. No adjustment' will
lot near site
Arnold yesterday. store in Cedar 111 x 140 dead end street
Gayle Mrs. ran c es helping run a on quiet be made
Parade of Homes on NW 34th 05: on errors that do not materially effect the value of
Key serving fishermen and tour- outside city limits at 3945 N. W. the
Lewis, Mrs. Margaret Kimbell, Karen V. Angel 1537 NW ists. Must have references. Street. Restricted to 1200 Sq. 36th Street. Take advantage of 5 I
and son Mrs. Brock Write Box 1119. or call 2441 Cedar F*. noire Outside city limits this excellent buy since ownerIs 05 e
Margaret Seventh Ave., and Katrinka A. Key. REA electricity and natural gas leaving town. $17,000. Phone 5 The Gainesville Sun
available. Price $2.250. Ph. 2- reserves the privilege of revising or r1 *
and daughter, Mrs. Mable Howell, 223 SW Second PL, at Announcements NEED IMMEDIATELY' 1912 Owner. 3n-3712. e 1 fKtlng any advertisement< which n deems <*t ctlonal end to
Crawford and daughter, Mrs. MECHANICS. (2), experienced, 3 BR. one bath CCB home in N. [ chance the ClassIfIcatIon of any advertisement from that or-
SW Second PL and Third St. heat, air conditioner oered t n conform to the
at E. Central policy of the paper.
plenty of work, good salary, I
Rose Mrs. lbs e lie 34 Waterfront Property
Thompson, Insurance vacatl storage room screened petio -
5:18 yesterday. group paid o n.
Akins, Mrs. Sheryal Brim on, p.m. Phone Mr. Elrod, Service Manager landscaped. FR 6-5890. I
Miss Mayola Woods, Margarita Mary S. Flowers, 1015 NW WINFRED' H. CRAWFORD Swimming Pool -- -.
} Mechanic. Must be
Broker. specallzlng In Nice NE section near school. old
Martell and Mrs. Lee able to furnish references. All Reg. 35 Houses for SaleM 35 Houses For Sol!.
son, PL Martin L. Reaves, LOST: Strayed or maybe stolen by LAKE PROPERTIESACRE- fashion family home. All large
I Chalfant] and Earl k mistake. 1 year old male black, new facilities. A good opportunity AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose rooms. 4 BR. 2 baths, kitchen,
son Sy es, 3829 SE 15th St. in lot
parking brown and white Basset hound. for the man who has the GR 52981. pantries, dining rm., living rm.,
Mrs. Mary Wilkes, Mrs. Mary of 1100 block of NE Eighth Ave. Lives on Newberry Rd. and ability to better himself. Apply: LAKE FRONTAGE study sleeping porches screened 3 Built-in BR CCB house on nice paved street.
f B & G Motor Co., Inc. 115 S.E oven neighbor.
I Ann Cruse L. Wilk- sometimes answers to the Street.OPENING 20 Acres on Sand bottom lake. porches. 3 fireplaces aftl"fenced hood. $150 down.
Mrs. 2nd SE 35th
Mary at 4:26: pjn..yesterday. name of. J. Pterpont Beaurare- Nortn of Grandin, Asking $5,000. and landscaped yard. $22.- Ave. Phone FR M 16.
1 erson and daughter, Jeanette gard. Is Ignorant as a hog eats for aggressive. ambitious One half cash. S. E. Sapp Real- 500. Mortgage $12,000. Phone NEAR
like a horse and Is as worthless young man. 21 or over tor. Phone 4722000 or 4722220. 372-3738.
H. Vincent Smith Huletts
Abrano, Tracy Carl Dard en, as mammary glands on a who desires opportunity to earn
Mary Margaret Carlisle. N. Y., and Henry R. Avinger, male goat but Is the children's six to ten thousand yearly. College LOT on Cooper Lake. Price 5995Terms. GAINESVILLEHIGH PARRISHPRESENTS
pet and we will pay a rewardfor education not necessary, 520 down. $10 monthly. FRED
I: Santa Fe., at NW 13th St. and his return. Call Lowry Fur but hard work and common Phone FR 6-0848.

\ HOSPITAL 16th Ave. at 4:04 p.m. yester- 5526-niture Co. FR 3-4248 or FR 6- sense a must. Training on sal- ON SILVER' LAKE Spilt level 3 B.R.. 2 bath. built-in
until qualified for sales. Interested -
i April 26,1964BIRTHS ary 4 BR, study living room, all with ARNOLD kitchen. Insulated. good financ
In hardware and house-
I LOST ONE TAN Chihuahua, 7 keeping supplies helpful. Also wall-to-wall carpeting dining ing. $18,500. Call Mary Moeller.
: day.Joe yrs. old. answers to the name of
room 3 tiled bath home. Large
have retired semi-
Susie at Louie's Lunch Saturday opening for or FLORIDA PARK AREA. A pleas
with breezeway. utility
Shapiro 1426-D SW 18th retired Full porch PICTURESQUEAppr. I
man or. woman. or ant masonry 3 homeon
P.M. Call FR 6-3507. REALTORWanted
room. and 2 car garage. This broom
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Green, part time on commission sales. wooded land a nice lot 110 located
I PL, at SW 13th St. and Eighth Will full 50 pet. of profit. home Is located on a private 4 Acres high
pay within
P. 0. Box 25 Brooker lake, 2 miles north"of Interlachen overlooking winding scenic road. walking distance to J. J.
a boy; 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Replto Box 407-A, Gainesville Finley
Ave. reported to police at 5:28 on Hwy. 315.. Price $30,000. frame home N. W. location. 3 ml Elementary School and
Mr. and Mrs. William V. Carter Sun.DISHWASHER $5,000 down with terms. Prone from downtown Gainesville. $17- Gainesville High School. Owner

?jn. yesterday. LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention WANTED applyIn FR 60141.HANDSOME. 900. Call Mary Moeller. leaving tow
I P. 0. Box 15
Hampton, a person Wonderhouse Restau- Large family to enloy' a home.
to nervous or elderly.
rant 14 S.W. 1st St. Be h In d permanent home on Large kitchen living room with MASON MANOR Very
t girL Easy Way Driving School. FR CHARMA
Sears. beautiful Lake Serena In the stone fireplace 3 bedrooms, BEAUTY & tive 4 bedroom 2 bath
2-7002. Lie h J
by State of Fla.
Immaculate three 2 baths with 3rd available. cated
Melrose den.
area. quality home on la. on a large lot I
c ADMITTEDMrs. 2:57 a.m. Saturday false TV Repairman. Phone week days bedroom two bath residence and On two lots worth $5.000. Lovely spacious of brick and fence backyard ideal for
lot new cil
9-5 for appointment. 372-7324. build .
6 SOCIAL NOTICESTRY other excellent masonry trees and landscaping. suitable for swim- Walking distance to
alarm at NE Eighth Ave. and Wanted man to manage package ings; over three hundred feet of ming pool. dead space end St.. privacy. wood Jr. High. Central heat
Mildred Francine
i Young- store. Must be bondable. Good lake frontage means plenty of Mrs. CleanLives Fine residential area 23900. and air conditioning.
I strom, Thomas Deon Young, StAt Dex-A-Dlet New name,- 124.reliable Gainesville.person. Apply P. O. Box room price Is for most several reasonable The$25500. ,- here better than new 3 Call Mary Moeller.INVESTMENT. CWYNN OAK Lovely 4 bed.

Carol Lucille Shepherd Addie 7:09 Saturday floodedoil same formula only 98 cents. Ca- Call Kirkpatrick Agency. FR bedrooms 2 baths centra I 2 bath a wood
1 p.m. nova's Drug Store, 37 N. Main SALESCLERK for package store. 24404. 31 N. Main St. heat, b e aut I fully landscaped. ed lot. Wall to wall carpet InIlvungroom
Bell McMillan Mrs. Dorothy heater in the 300 block of NE I St. In between 7
I Apply person only. Fenced lot In Skyline Heights comprising 23 with fireplace. Mo t
LAKE Place for sale call FR 2- 300 X :300
AJU. 8 11 PM. at Party Package and the price Is right at $21500. ,- Appr. em built-In kitchen. fa m y
Louise Cooper, Robert Bruce First StAt ATTENTIONI Store. 4005 NW 13th St. 4414 after S p.m. br 1 bath homes at 728 & 804 N. large screened
Nick's Shoe Repair & Hat Shop Ave.. Drive past & Call patio .
W. Uth i
i Pritchard, Rita Susan Elwood, 609 W. Unlv. Will close May 15th BARBER needed. Urgent. Good BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwanne Mary Mealier.BUDGET. : for entertaining.

; John Dupree, all of Gaines- 10:51 p.m. Saturday, false to Sept. Pick-up all repair work. opportunity for right man. Call 6160.River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- Hate Your Landlord? FOREST. This attractive i
FR 2-<<69, or check 110 S. Main,
ville; Jimmy D. Floyd, J a c k- alarm at SW Depot and Third "GET JUSTICE WITH City. Buy this neat 2 bedroom modem for 3 bedroom carpeting 2 bath In home wail towail I
home In Northwest living room
1 sonville Mae Dell Green ,17th StAt JUSTISS"As LAKE HOMESOn $1,000 down and $45.00 per Small CB home. located on Ig lot. and old brick fireplace, family
; Male Female' Lake Swan. Enloy' the long bus, school ,lust right
Public Defender for the 8th 13-Help or month. No FHA qualifying or N.W. near room and lovely built-in kitchen, I
I Brooker; Mrs. Frances Falgout, 8:06 Judicial Circuit Court. The people summer months fishing, boat- red tape. Ideal for student cou for retirement home. priced at large swimming pool fenced
Sunday over-
: p.m. want ,Justice. R. G. JUSTISS. EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES Ing and skiing on this lovely ple. $1,359. Cal Mary Moeller. back yard. central heat and air
Orange, Texas; Barbara Jean heated pot in residence at 7:13 I Gainesville lawyer Is best STENOGRAPHERS lake. House Is completely furnished conditioning.
qualified. JUSTISS will GIVE SECY'S. full & part-time and air conditioned. 100
: Carter June DeLores -
Hampton; NW Fifth Ave. his talents and energy to defend BOOKKEEPERSACCOUNTANTS feet lake frontage. Extra good Cool ComfortOver MARYMOELLER UNDER New 3

; Trent, Melrose; Mrs. Mar- the poor with no legal counsel. value at asking price. 1.900 sg. n. of alrconditloned homes 110.0 F.H.bro specI

ian Esther Carryl Madison; At 10:05: p.m. yesterday, false JUSTISS NEEDS votes and CLERK.TYPISTS Here's a perfect home for luxury. Panelled family room fications and .
money to be elected. The people REG. NURSES & LPN'S you with brick fireplace. Separate fied buyers with F.H. financ
Priscilla Louise Cannon, Palat- alarm at SE Seventh Ave. and NEED Justl$$. WILL YOU tell YOUNG MEN. degrees Bus. overlooking beautiful Lake Lock- dining room huge two car ga ing. No closing no city
your friends and send small Adm., Law Engineering. loosa. 5 rooms extra large rage. Refrigerator. stove dish taxes. Phone for further details.
ka; Abnita McPherson, High Ninth StAt sum with nome and address to 25-35 Salaries open living room. glassed In porch. washer and washer Included.
I R. G. Justlss. 11 W. Unlv. Ave? Corner lot size 175 by 360 feet. Northwest location $25,400 with WESTSIDE. New residential subdivision I
Springs: Mrs. Cora Bell Gra- 11 a.m. yesterday, electri- And GET Justice with Justi$$. Personnel Center Shade trees flowers shrubbery. REALTOR opening soon located I

ham, Micanopy. cal short circuit at 605 SW Paid Adv. 102 NW 2nd Avenue garden features plot too, numerous garage and to other men- on Neu berry Road. Just $50000 ;
ARNOLD 374-4471 down 5 balance.
for 101' W. Univ. years on
Call 372-6377 appointment !
IN tion. Priced to sell, with some
Fourth Ave.
: DISCHARGED I GDI'S PHARMACY IOn AJA. 2-4 PM. Mon. thru FrL terms. Member multiple listing

At 7:15 p.m. yesterday, gas 1U Central Plaza Exp. secretaries salary open REALTY COMPANY
k and leak in stove at 907 NE 19th I (next to Wlnn-Dlxle) Cashier-host s. attractive Call us now for appointment Multiple Listing Member M.M.PARRISH.
Mrs. Jean Doherty For prescriptions & cosmetics White housekeeper, $25 wk. ANGLE REAL ESTATE 121. W. Univ. Art. 3723522 FORDYCEREALTOR
daughter Flora K. Harrison, I.D.L. DRUGSTORE Bookkeeper. salary open 4404 N. W. 13th St. Phone 376-4927 AssociatesPete Sleg i
StAt HORSE SHOW Stark Fla. Exp. Waltres. salary & comm. For sale lot on Lake Ann East of Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge
j Ruby Webb and daughter, Isaac 8:10 a.m. today tree afirein FairgrOUnds Sat. May 2, 1:00 Exp. mechanics Hawthorne. Restricted area. Jim Sheppardob Kalkman

the 100 block of NW 34th StAt PM. Games and Pleasure Class. Store trainee, hi schl. grad. Call 376-2428 for Information. Charlie Mayo Jim Green
Varnes, Sulvia Carter, Mrs. Last day of STRAWBERRY Off. trainee M schl. grad. AND ASSOCIATES, INC.

I Mary Ann Hagler and son, How- 9:13 a.m., today, floodedoil FESTIVAL. Tree Auto .surgeon salesman, foreman Exp. $2 fir. COWPEN 2 br. A/C LAKE home.-nicely Exceptional furnished RedfranksRealestate Enchanting H.MEMBER Way Hii MULTIPLI LISTING Graham I

I ard Lindsey, Mrs. Margaret heater at 3317 NW FourthSt. 8 Child Car Short order grill man frontage. $1,100. Terms. Mary ParrlshIf
Baby Sitters
Insurance trainee $100 wk. 4 large bedrooms 3 N.E, First St. Tel. 3723375LOOKSEE
: Harrell, Mrs. Patricia Guzman, Route salesman. Levy Co. 'LAKE SUSAN-like new masonry.. brick baths home.a spacious I living room

Evans A. Thornton, John M. Mc- TINY TOT CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. home; elegantly furnished; a wth! fireplace. Large Florida
120 SE 1st Ave. dream come true at $1040000. room and a kitchen for all toenloy. !
Leod, Mrs. Lee Byrd Myers, Phone 374- 234 ASKI About these and lake lots. Centrally heated end air
Goltzer and Reds Gain HELP turn your spare time into ARCH CAMPBELL, REALTOR MAKE AN OFFEROn conditioned. Contact FORDYCE
Mrs. Vivian son Visit us and see for yourself. money. No soliciting/ or deliver. Phone 374-5707 ANYTIME. equity and pick up f/i pet. & ASSOCIATES, INC.. 3741234.Westwood. BLACK ACRE- Spacious 3 bedroom
Mrs. Belinda Harris and son 24 SE 6th St. FR 4-7800. Ing. Adjust, your own working mortgage of approx. $10,000 masonry hem located
on a large comer lot with
t Mrs. Tallulah Brown and son, PLANNED program awaits your hrs. For appointment call. 35 Houses for Sole payable $7* mo Incl. t & I. 3 bed- lots of trees. Special featuresInclude
372-7049 rooms tile bath good N. E. lo
In Viet Nam pre-school youngster at JACK school Is within walking distanceof family room with fireplace -
Marvin Frazier. cation. FHA appraised $13,500
,& JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. this lovely 3 bedroom. 2 bath fireplace In living room
Music programs educational 14-Sales Help Wanted 4123 N. W. 20th Ter. 3 BR. 2 bath home. Living room. separa t e central heating and air condi
: ACCIDENT ROUNDUP film-strips. 7.45-5.15, Mon.-FrLj Fla. rm. Inside utlt. rm. Elec. J. J. FINLEY AREA dining room and kitchen plus patio tiing. wall to wall carpets
VIENTIANE, Laos AP-) 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900. built In O. and R. Air cond. sao Three large bedrooms gracious and a large fenced yard. Air buil oven and range, elec
I Communist Pathet REAL ESTATE SALESMANHugh Mo. $2108 equity. Will accept living room with fireplace and conditioned. 51 ,500. with low dishwasher, huge recreationroom
: Involved In accidents reported Strong pro Child Care in my home. Fenced best offer. 374-4725. built In bookshelves. Separate down payment and monthly pay. and double carport. THISIS
Reasonable rates. G dreferentes.
yard a 0
Lao forces attacked and over- Edwards, Inc., Gainesville's dining roo m. Florida ro 0 m. Contact FORDYCE l> A LOT OF PROPERTY FOR
to the Gainesville Police Department Phone 3723713. 4 BR, 2 bath with cent. heat & tree shaded lot. Reason- ments.
Pretty CALL
largest builder, has opening for FR ASSOCIATES, INC, 376-1236. 121,1
air cond. 4123 NW 15th St.
ran a rightist position today in able priced at $11400.
I and Alachua County KIDDIE KORT new salesman. Excellent earning 6-7829. Also beautiful lot In
the Plaine des Jarres 100 miles opportunity for above average Gwynn Oaks. Lakeside $ DOWN Large 3 broom
I Sheriff's office in the last 24 Child care center FR 2-6647 man. Mr. Dorman, sales manager. MODERN COLONIALLarge home near

northeast of Vientiane, military RELIABLE sitter wishes to care HUGH EDWARDS. INC. FHA House for sale NE sectionat hill-top lot In desired North- retreat furnished cottage. 30 min School. Sonic repairs needed.
\ :.hours were: 3721551. appraisal value of $10,000. west. White pillared veranda. 3 utes from Gainesville. 100' white ONLY 15.0WESTOD
for Infants or small children In
I sources reported.The $300 down payment, low monthly
large bedrooms 2 baths, separate sand beach shallow water for
her home. Reasonable Call FR EXECUTIVE salesman to represent 3 BR. 1 bath, carport 3 bedroom 2
: payments. $2-
James ,Charles Dacey Jr., 307 6-387. large national organiza dining room large living- children. Only $11,000 home with fam
Call after
large storage. room-Florida room. CENTRAL and low monthly pay bth
I attack appeared to be tion. 25-50. Send to 508 down
-NW 15th St., and Freddie B. WILL care for children in my Thomas Age White 3480 Beach resume Blvd. 6:00 P.M. FR 6-4774. HEAT & AIR-CONDITIONING for ments. (The Fishing Is Good room central heat built-in

St. Louis at 10:20 Pathet Lao reaction to the coup home 5V4 days a week. nice play Jacksonville. Fla. SALE TRADE. RENT. Furn. Un- year 'round comfort. Tree shaded too). Contact FORDYCE 4. ASSOCIATES oven and range. ONLY 117.5I
Winn, p.m. yard loads of toys and plenty of furn. 3 BR. Fla. Rm. BreakfastRm. patio. Double carport. Built-In INC, 7*-12
.yesterday two and one half I of rightist generals who seized loving care. FR 2-45S7. AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN (I). garage fine location. 725 kitchen Includes dishwasher. Only you are PROPERTY looking for call a fine us INCOME to

miles north of Newberry on control of this administrative WOULD like to keep 2 or 3 small ced Real aggressive opportunity men.for Automobile experien- N.E. 7th Terr. 372-8223. Baaum. $23.000. 'Redwoo see this 3 bedroom h with

19. U.S. and other children In private home. Ph. furnished, excellent work plan. COMFORTABLE LIVING 3 bedrooms ft. In an attac 2 Both
capital April SOUTHWESTModem 2.569
Rd. NW 38. 69913.CHILD s furnished and only
County Apply in person to Ben M e a- and 2 baths central heat, split level horn Spacious kitchen
I Western nations had feared the week. Keeter screened porch and family 3 bedroom 2 bath built- Apt. Is rented fo
car by day or prefer dews Shaw & Ford 23 in kitchen with breakfast area. separate dining room 1133 $0.0
William Meerman ably 2 or 3 children by week W. Unlv Ave. room ideal neighborhood near Florida Drapes and car pr mtREDUCED
Rodney the delicate Central heat. 51',000.GRAC'OUS rm.
coup might upset for next 2 years. Home with Ig. schools and shopping 611 N.W. peting Situated on a

3930Sw 2nd Ave., at 7:50 p.m. balance of feuding factions in back yard. Call :372-4950 3026 16 Work Wanted Female 34th Drive, $15400. Realtor LIVING' bauif lot. Con t act FOR Black Acres- Beautiful near UniversityGolf lot In
N.W. 13th St.Employment. Ralph & ASSOCIATES INC..
yesterday in the 2200 block of Laos. STRAWBERRIES them FOSSEY on large landscaped corner lot. 3 374-1234. Course now only S
large bedrooms, 2 baths
SW 2nd Ave 25 cents quart. Bring your con 11 W. University Ave. Ph 376-1359 JOHN
,. trance foyer, formal step up
The military sources said the tainer. J. R. Wainwright Farm "Selling Florida Since 1906" livingroom dinlngroom with
2 miles E. cf Stark, Road 14 FORDYCEASSOCIATES
Sanders 1105 NE OWNER transferred. 3 BR house. flrepiace large family room.
Glenda Jean Pathet Lao in large MERRILL
troops numbers VA financed 2 yrs. old. $500 ALSO with fireplace recreationroom
l thPl.., and a parked car own- captured rightist positionson 11 FEMALE HELP WANTEDBEAUTY 17 Work Wanted Male cash. Take up payments of. SB3 etc., etc. Shown by appt. INC.Real
per mOo Ph. 372-3243. only. Call 4-017. REALTORMULTIPLE
'ed by Hazel Phillips, 1050 NE the northeastern fringe of DEMONSTRATORSEarn YOUNG man wants part timework Exchangers
MORE THE MONEY. this 3 Eestat
.10th PL,. in the 1000 block of the Plaine des Jarres. up to $5 per hour demon 21 years on old.Saturday Very and dependable.Sunday. Ig. BR FOR, 2 bath, panelled LR, Myrtle Claude Lasstter M. "Red"Associate Franks Realtor Grace S. Ul Realtors BrokerDudley PHONE 372-144 LISTING

PL at 7:02 ; strafing famous Studio Girl Call FR 2-7749 fireplace attached garage HW Wm. B.Bill" Harris. Associate Associate :
10th p.m. yes Cosmetics. Full or Part Tke. floors. Well. Lg. fenced corner
Other Pathet Lao 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone: 374-0817 Associate
Phone 374-4336 after 6. lot. Near Stephen Foster. $14.- Harve Beo BUCKHANNAN
terday. IS School & Instruction or Res-374-227. 374-1234 W. H.
I the same time moved toward a "SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER 500. $450 d.p FR 2-M51. "-= --

Jorge Angel Marban, 305 NW; road leading to the neutralist new management. OpenIngs 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, home separate
MEN AND WOMEN WANTEDTO dining room. Take advantage IN THE
for fashion directors. Part
15th Ter., and Robert Bryan headquarters at Muong Phanh, time or full time. For appoint- TRAIN FOR of owners having to FUN
I ment. call 372-7049. CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS move & have spacious rooms
Jobgood, 383 Thomas Hall anda seven miles west & wardrobes ki new home area

motorcycle ridden by Norris WANTED salad maker apply Hotel among young! executives. fl',-
Thomas, mornings or eve- We prepare Men and Women. 000. FR 25669.AVAILABLE .
William Crigler, 1515 NE 14th Rightist and neutralist forces nings. No phone calls. Ages 11-55. No experience neces MAY 1. > room 2 -

Ter. have been cooperating in the COOKEXPERIENCE sary. Grammar school education bath furnished horn at lOt NE
usually sufficient. Permanentlobs.
area since last year, when the helpful but net No layoffs. Short hours.High 3rd terms St., will Will trade sell for on duplex liberal d

James Bishop Delaney, 1628 Pathet Lao tried .to drive the 48.necessary.Pleasant Will working train. Age conditions.20 to name pay.home Advancement.address; phone Send pay cash difference Ph.or will write rent I
to reliable or
NE 17th Way, and R a y m ond neutralists out of the strategic Kitchen closes p.m.Carmanellas Apply I tot number and time home. Write H. G. Bolllnger Box 277 Starke, .
3$ A.M. only. Gaines-
: Marcel Co. Box 388-A c/o i4-'I I SUN]
Lewis Oxiei, Tallahassee at NE highlands. 706 W. UnIv. Ave. Wile Sun. _

NEED white, female technicianable MEN & women U to 55 to train for you AIR like: CONDITIONEDIF spac for entertaining, NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
to do some bookkeeping.
CIVIL SERVICE this Is the house for you. Lg.
Sunday work re
night or

I Today In HistoryIn quired.and money.Sunday Opportunity if desired.calls to Send for take all extra night details send Examinations.Key name.Training address Service.For d Information Phone 112 No.W. tivwood wood living enclosed area and Westwood opening patio. Near onto Lit- BOATS fr MOTORS I BOAT& MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION

X-Ray Laboratory Adams St., Jacksonville. 3 BR, 2 baths central heat
to Fort Myers
dishwasher, disposal, built bi WHO WOULD LIKE THE 7in 24" GRILLS
In Fort Myers. Fla. SPEEDWRITING SHORTHAND stove. Owner selling at FHA appraisal HUNTER Fiberglass Flshipg \r Plywood fshl boats. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR
TYPIST position open must be 4 SECRETARIAL courses. Night price. 122.000 only. $1500 Boat Introduced by FRANK $ $109

Today is Tuesday, April 28,! 1945, Italian dispatches told fast. accurate It a good speller. classes now forming. 211 W Univ. down. 922 NW 34th Terr. FR 6- PHILPOTT THE TACKLE BOX GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
I Ave. Phone 376-3507. OR CENTRAL The Heart
Good working conditions liberal 445. EASY TERMS O Ea Gall Main
28, the 119th day of 1964. There of the execution of Benito Mus- fringe benefits. Contact Per Real Estate Exam FOR only $450 down. $91.27 per CHARGE Check FR w Cr1 7 H 1U

are 247 days left in the year. solini and his mistress, Clara I sonnel HospitaLAPPLICATIONS Office Alachua General month payments you can Qualify FRANK PHILPO7TSSPORT 2-171.
COURSE for BR 2 bath home 1806
4 SAVE $355 15 ft. Lone Star
Today's highlight in history: I PetaccL being accepted ATTEND First lesson free. NW 38th Terr. Will paint Inside CENTER Fiberglass rwn-a-bowt O with Hur- List o aat.ti t choose

On this date in 1758 James for employment Gainesville HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE outside completely. For Ham of Hunter Fiberglass trailer and 44 from
I Ten Millions Nursing Center, apply inperson. COLLEGE. 311 W. Univ. Av see cad 373-0481. Fishing Boats r starting Jf h

Monroe, fifth president, was years ago FR 6-3507. 372-3727. BY THE OWNER hi I yWwlI e. 1 ele...__.... ,... ..J. $17M

born. Monroe's two administrations -watched the televised Army- BE A FASHION SALES: POSITION Agricultural BR, CCB house tile bath, famIly -Where Quality kits ItsetT BAIRDS MARINE CENE Skiing Swl/.
Chemical Prefer College Graduate room. Call 3724001 after
were bailed as "An Era McCarthy hearings in Washing- SHOW DIRECTORNO Minimum two year Agrt- 5.30 P.M. 20 NW. 14th Ave. 6 H Fishing Eqp
delivering or collecting car cultural College. Age to 35. Must FR 2-5011 or FR 4-m FISHING DEAL
of Good Feeling," marked by ton.Five necessary. For appointment call be witting to relocate. Car, plus : 12 rt. p sUff barrentln Safety te

the acquisition of the Floridas years ago British Connie RobbInS after ':JO P-m. salary. plus Incentives. Mail ROOF LEAKING Men Thru FrL 14 pjn. SaL M trailer, h.p. Jo Coifing Equipment.
Box 3323. Stat.F. SUN PEAKING for $470.
resume to P. 0. Mro. I 8 c
from Spain,. the Missouri Compromise Field Marshal Montgomery i Distributing NEED AN ASSISTANT director for nation Jacfcsonvtne. Fla There Is no substitute for t Tennis Equipment

aroused controversy when he known manufacturing quality service. Call BAIRD'S MINE CEE
and ally
of 1820 the promulgation I
28 Livestock& Supplies GAINESVILLE ROOFING Baseball Equipment.
sales corp. Will train right woman 6 s H
of Monroe Doc charged that U.S. leadership
the for position of res onsfb lty. 37H2f6 FREE ESTIMATESALL

trine. had slipped because President Earning whil learning around WANT TO KNOW HOW to properly WORK GUARANTEEDU Sun Want Ads SWIMMING POOLS Where I Fish.
$400 monthly. Promotion to supervisory finish your hogs tor market YEAR BONDED SHINGLES
On this date Dwight D. Eisenhower, secre- capacity can b* mad Then com In and let us explain .2233 S. E. Hawthorne Rd. many many more.ADTZBTISZ .

tary of State Chrisian A. Herter In 2 to 3 months. Car necessary.For how you can do "'IslOb with P
ratified the CAREFREE
In 1788, Maryland apt. call Mrs. Bennie Ray CPA Cooperative Mills 40 percent
Constitution. and former Secretary John ""Johnnie Turner. 10 A.M. to Pork Maker. Our special Get Results
S P.M. Mon wed. & Fri. n* during She month of ApriL FlAX FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY Enloy a dean and hal poof.Master D THXjravios +
In 1876 Queen Victoria was Foster Dulles weren't "very ether time 376-1480. Gainesville or Alachua. Phone Pool srt .
FR 3-1095 or 441-2105. Supplies cleaning DZXXCTOBY
well fit.
proclaimed empress of India. very sl
FOR SALE. brown and white For top quality workmanship 64040 3-3171 f
In 1939 Germany denounced One year ago Soviet Pre DUE TO EXPANSION need Schoo 4' Shetland Pony with saddle and call 2-5 n
its non-aggression pact with Poland. mier Khrushchev and Cuban married Ed. between men ages 23\'J--tO. Gooc! bridle. Phone FR 2-075. 372-6142

starting" salary plus paid vacation GAINESVILLE MR. MERCHANT To ad in the
Prime Minister Fidel Castro free hospitalization and 29 Landscapinj-Top-Soil UPHOLSTERY : place your

In 1942 Japanese forces addressed a weoming! crowdof group life Insurance.Insurance Western COLEUS. exotic colors. chartreuse ISM N.W. ism st. I PHONE 372-8441
Life section
and Southern Fun in Sun
red velvet pinks. yellows Free Estimates net SP ee4ainrery. -
reached Lashio, the terminus of 40,000 in Moscow's Red Ceo Phon 374-5111. ruffled browns. II cents .. th -

the Burma Road. Square. each. Ph. 2-0621 after 4 P oM. .


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35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sola 42 Farms & Acreage 45 Furnished Apts. 45 Furnished Apts. 1


$60 Month. new ,CB home. largelot. FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE 2 BR. furnished apartment. No Very clean. nicely furnished 1 bed- KUEHN I !
HAZEL HEIGHTS Low down payment. 300 S.E. RURAL PROPERTIES pets. 311 S. E. Ith St. $80 month. room apartment. Tile bath. $65. See real dream living In Shadow JR.

THE TIME IS NOW Se* our 4-bedroom and 3-bed- 20th St. FR 2-4692. Phone FP 6-8961. 733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 4-0644 or Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. Homes. Lots. lucerne. Easiness .

room.built-in 2-bath electric CCB stove homes and oven.with ROBERTS U.S. Hwy.C.441 SMITH Micanopy.REALTOR Fla. WILL the boy who called FR 2-374 FR 2956, Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. D. Oliver. Bldr. I Farms And and Acreage.E. Lake .Property
Central heat city utilities. YOUNGAMERICA Ph. 466-3120 about an apt. Saturday please NEWLY decorated 1 BR apt. Ladies Ph. FR I C. "CURLYKUEHN.. Jr.
call back. West M NW 39Ui Ave. past
Wired for television and telephone. or couples preferred. Across *38 N. MAIN ST. j
the intersection.
Large yards completely FORDYCE ACREAGE i&2BR.lblk.frofl% from Adm. bldg. 303 SW 13th St.McCOY'S Glen Springs I FR 6-2032 Broker FR 16544Norwood
grassed. Hazel Heights Is in campus. See sign M left.
E Do You Have 'A Room Apartment the city limits. Equipped with air cond. optional $76 $101 per ,
360 acres at $145.00. Call Green ---- --- --- ---
sewer lines close to bus stop. Over 160 acres mo. McKinney Inc. '
low down payment. conventional HOMESPRESENTS of permanent pasture fenced and 372-3617. _p. -
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water '
: Or House to Rent? loans. Located on North- available truly beautiful
west 39th Ave.. 'West of 13th land. Small parcel available under 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & Macoma Homes I
St. Shown by appointment $6OCflOO. Approximately 20 clean. For married couples on- ,
Phone FR 23826. NEW BRICK acres. ly. Adults no pets. Rent rea Inc.For .
Exceptional acreage perfect for sonable. Call 376-7844. SUBDIVISION

:REMEMBER-A rental) COSTS i FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. MODELSOPEN cutting Into small tracts. only Sale. very attractive 3- I
vacancy home located In Westmoreland $39500 an acre. Over 100 acres HOME TO YOURSELVESAIR bedroom. 1-bath home. 4417
Estates. On city sewers. paved 10 a.m. Til Dark available. Call or consult COOLED. modern 45' trailer E. University Ave.; walking .
od St 2 Ig bath Rms.. Ig. family 2 BR. 19. refrigerator plus I x distance to Lake Forest
rent : 1C cabana. pets.
Rm. .. living Rn... dining area. 'Swimmingpool. Schools. Price 2.500. $500
Central heat. built-in kitchen Including Fireplaces INC. Inquire 15 SW 2nd PI. down and $7 JO per month. FOR SALE
it! GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards Screened porches nt W. Univ. 376-1236 I! LARGE upper Apt. Close to center Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr. =
walk to schools. close to Custom kitchen cabinets of town. Reasonable. good Day FR e-7290 nights FR
U of F & medical center FHA Oversized bathrooms $99 Jl condition. $100 per mo. L. J. Mo- 4-5015. Office corner N. Main
22700. Down payment $1,700. Plus many other custom PER ACRE and 23rd Blvd.
ratto 2505 N W. 6th St. FR 2-
Immediate Drive by' features located only 1 mile (closest point)
Here's what occupancy.
: COSTS YOU 4957.
Vacancy FR 6-0848
your 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler VA from city limits of Gainesville.
& FHA 2 miles highway frontage at Intersection .
Brothers 372545 dally 374-9043 1 BR. furnished apt., water furlushed.
night. of NE 39th Avenue 4123 NW 12th Tedr. $60
EVERY DAY until it is rented
: and Orange Heights Roads. 1200 per mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930 NEWHOMESWALTER
FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW section TERMS acres must be sold In a block. ask for Mr. Haynes. .
Will consider forming -
3 bedroom 2 tile baths. a group --
ilF! RENT IS YOUR toss PER DAY IS built-in appliances double carport Walking distance to elementary H Interest ,Justifies. Ph. FR 6- FURNISHED Apartment for rent -,'''' '- -p-- -- .
: paved street connected to a Jr. High Schools Shopping & 2472. with living Rm.. bedroom tile
sewer. Small down payment. bath. alr-cond. 1, 2 bedroom
: $40 per mo. .. .'. $1.33 per day Days phone 3723826. After 6 Churches.YOUNG 105 ACRES Apt. FR 2-9569. STUBBS,
P.M. 3764774.RA located H mL from Sante Fe I
2.7 acre tobacco allotment apx. TWO bedroom furnished apt. INC. lSiVii--!
: $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day terms 3 BR.2 bath. alr central heat wall to wall carpet. AMERICA balance in woods o I d Hospital. Ph. FR 6-7955. Gainesville I Hope"H"
drapes auto. washer. builtin house sheds. Price $16,750 with or write R. T. Stroud P. O. I
E $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day oven & range. Call 3725516. HOMESNW terms. Ph. FR 6-2472. Box 365. St. Augustine. 1321 N.W. 16th AVE. Inc.
Warner W. Weseman-Realtor EnnmPhromsmnmmmcatmic
FOR sale or trade. By Owner. 1113 N. MAIN MOBILE home. Clean 2 bedroom. IIIIMII We Trade Homesor
$60 $2.00 ST.
: per mo. h. per day
3 BR. I bath home. In Orlando. 34th & 7th Avenue fully furnished. Paved streets. PHONE
1115 NW 40th Drive
Fenced back yard Convenient 80 ACRES WOODLAND. 20 milesN. Propertyliluh1lmllnmmllllmfflrmmllrmffnffvt
No 15 S.W.
: $65 $2.16 to Martin Plant. Call GA Phone 3727070MODERN of Gainesville on state Rd swimming pooL pets. E 3Br.2Bath
per mo. . per day Ruth 2nd Place. FR 2-4093.
3-0051 Orlando. 121. Cason Worthington.
"We Trade Houses"
Fla. We must sacrifice this

: $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day ENT OR BUY. This house has ENTERTAINMENT Is EAST SIDE 2 -Our inventory is too The for
character and comfort. Is spacious a pleasure. You will agree nothing following are ready
and charming. In select has been spared in this 3- 43 Colored Property GARDENAPARTMENTS ; much-We will take occupancy.

: $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day neighborhood near Univ. 6 bedrooms 4 bedroom 2 bath custom built $850 for our equity.
4 baths 3500 sq. ft. livIng home situated on an acre lot FINER HOMES 2 You assume $17.000 3707 N.W. 21st PI.

E $80 per mo . $2.66 per day Cent.$250.heat Sale& air Price con- with ment see Call this for home appoint-located 2 & 3 HOMES Bedrooms.FOR SE SALE 14th St. & $57 per month up CAPITAL UILDERS Approximate mortgage. $107 4-BR,mo.1216N.E..2 bath. $700 down.

$45,000 OR MAKE AN OFFER. at 3420 N.W. 21st Place. SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay- Gainesville's Finest offered thru I Hurry to take advantage
ment. Some small down
: $85 per mo . $2.83 per day WILBUR KITTIE BISHOP FEIBER Realtor BUDGET HOME. near Newnans ment. Monthly payment $57 pay-to Furnished or unfurnished DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES of this. 17th Are.
$65. Also homes built on your and INC.NOTHING I 3 BR. 1 bath. $350 dn. SIt
6-5081 Lake 2 bedroom 1 bath Price Lovely t 2 bedroom apart-
E $90 per' mo. . $3.00 per day Nights & Weekends 6-7108 $7,500 with terms. lot Call for no TOMMY down payment.RIDGELL ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- 1115 NE 5th St. per mOo
9608. DOWN VA 3 Br. 2 BathlOur
FOR SALE air-condItioned. gas INVESTMENT, Alachua County Is Builder Phone FR 2-41JS Loss Your Gain 1442 NE 16th PI.
: $95 per mo . $3.16 per day heat completely furnished 2 growing invest In the future 2 large rooms 1st floor. private Only $100 Closing 3 BR ito bath. $400 down.
bedroom house on Cowpen lake now. Call us for information on 44 Cottages for Rent bath. adults 703 E. Univ. Ave. MINIMUM DOWN FHA inventory must 198 per mOo

: $100 per mo. ., $3.33 per' day 22 Price miles$8400.East$2,500 of down.Gainesville.balance Business locations Building lots $45 efficiency. private bath t, en lowered We will
and acreage.ALACHUA. take $850 for equi- 3330 & 3320
monthly. Apply box 408A 203 N.W. 9th Terrace. one bedroom trance. Also furnished room N.W. 6th St. & our
Gainesville Sun.MAKE furnished cottage. Couple only with light.,hot & cold water. In & 37th Place ty. You assume $13.600 NW 30th Ave.
REALTYAssociates $50 a month. Phone FR 6-6188. best part of city. $35. 321 N.E. (Approx. mortgage 3 BR 1 bath $550 dn. $748

: CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR WE are leaving OFFER Florida !end must 2 BR trailer with large cabana.No 3rd St. NEW ONE PLANS& TWO Hurry! We must sell per mo.
1 and 2 bedroom furnished apart. FLOOR
Member Multiple Listing pets. 3037 SW Archer Rd.
sell our beautiful 4 BR home n now!
635 N.E. 1st St. 376244Arie FR 2-5633- ments, some air conditioned. 4518 & 4608 SE 21ul PI.
built less than 2 yrs. ago. If T. Smith. Realtor Summer rates near Universityand 3 BR. & 2 BATHS mmnmrmmmmmnllllllllll11ll1ll1lllllllllllllI 3 BR, 1 bath $500 dn. $68
; SUN RENTAL WANT ADS you are looking for a luxury Mabel Gore. Associate WELL FURNISHED HOUSE Medical Center. 91* S. W. per mOo
home. loaded with features and TRAILERS FOR RENT OR 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3442 or FR FOR RENT
not in a development come see SAVE work and expenses In SALE. See ad under Mobile 6-2644. SALESMAN ON PREMISES
303 SE 38th St.
this one. Terms to suit buyer. this Ideal NW location fenced Homes Class 77. Oh-Kay Trailer OR CALL FR 2-2511 FOR
Turn left off Newberry Rd. onto & landscaped yard. draperies. Court. FR 6-3322. 124 SE 7fh St.3BR.lisath. 304 & 314 SE 39th St.
57th St. 527 NW 58th St. ww carpets. 3 BR IVi bath STODDARD 3 BR 1 bath $500 dn. $64per
2 BEDROOM. modern cottage WATCH FOR EMMETT HOLLOWAY l' Year Lease. $100 per Mo.Norwood mo.
I AND 4 Bedroom homes. On home. Big kitchen with pantry Lake Swan Melrose Boat ramp.
35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sal Acre lots. Go out NW 16th Avenue & separate dining rm. HW Sleeps 7. June 1st thru 21st. $40 IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT CHRISTINE STONEDAN $50UWWBI3fflI1IIII8282IIffl$9IIUMIIflUBII / lIiffluhIilllilliwisuulluiiuuiin_=
to 43rd St. Intersection. turn foors. By owner. 15900. 719
per week. Phone FR 6-3044.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING for the right. go approximately 1 mile. NW 19th Lane. Ph. FR 23784. Cooperative apartments to BYRD ASSOCIATES. INC The following and are will under be construction -
NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 see sign on left. (25 N.W. 13th St. ready
privacy of a country home. yet BEST be built In Gainesville. For
BUY In for
and soon.
bath. Central heat central air desire convenience to the city T. D. ZETROUER. BUILDERFR home planning buying for qualities the dollar. LITTLEWOOD AREA 4 BR. 3 Information call FR 62921or JACK DE YOT.REALTOR e occupancy
cond.: Northwest. $19,000. Call 6-3848 bath. 2050 ft.
park. sq. living area
shopping center and write:
NW section beyond city limits. 3224 NW 29th Ave.
376-2927. schools this 6-room brick home central heat, built-in kit.. 1 blk I
I IDYLWILD. owner leaving town. Young executive preferred area. P. 0. Box 13956
3 BR. 2 bath. $750 dn. $102
located at 300 N. E. 13th Ave. from Westwood Jr. High. 2 MORE GOOD BUYS
MODERN SUBURBAN HOME anxious to sell at loss 3 BR 2 3 bedroom 2 bath. spacl o u s Gainesville FI .Hope
3 BR. 2 bath. kitchen with on e 1V4 acre wooded lot may bath Fla. Rm.. extra nice. $1500 throughout. Entrance hall separate blks. from Llttlewood elem per mo
bul't! _' Ins. dining rm. sunken be lust what you are seeking. down. 4012 SW 19th St. CalJr. dining room. dishwasher. school. Ideal for Ig. family or University Park 20-23 ACRES "H" Inc.
living rrn. fireplace. screened At $1X000. I will take cash or a FR 2-9026. Worth your time to see In amlly and elderly persons. highway 441 frontage raH- 3236 NW 29th Ave.
porch, study and shop. Central second mortgage for $2000 equi WImberly Estates off NW 39th Priced for Immed. sale. $24,500 Apts. road. ideal Industrial site. 3 BR 2 bath $700 dn. $98
heat cork floors. Located 6 ty. If Interested call 376-2356 af- J1 .775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open Ave. Phone 3725689. :3449 N.W. 13th Ave. 3722891 I We Trade Homes per mo.
miles from city limits on wooded _ter S or on Saturday or Sunday. House Sundays. 1 to 6 p.m. Designed -
& engineered by U. S. BY OWNER. attractive 4 BR 2 LOVELY OLDER HOME. or Propertye0nEifflilrofflilfflS2tnnh1ntn
lot in restricted -
2 acre Chan- ----- e 3301 & 3311
section. for sale by owner. 2 Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100 bath lovely yard planted In quiet location 3 Br.. Extra
Acres. $18,500 offered
owner.tilly See by appt. FR air BR. paneled Fla. rm.. Ig. lot 2 sq ft. 3 BR, 2 bath. air cofuL. pines & azaleas. Air cond.. cent. Large Lot Lovely Garden g NW 30th Ave.
conditioners. FHA. 1515 NE brick veneer. 2 car garage. 1801 heat dbl. Util. rm. & swim club Area. 4 B R. 2 bath. $450 dn $?1
BLACK\ ACRES. for sale by owner 6th Terr. Call for appt. 372-8629. NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes. membership. Walking distanceto BUTLER BROS. $11200ONLY ALL OUR HOMES ARE per mOo

4-bedrooms 3 bath house 911 N.W. 11th Road 4 B.R. or Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- Metcalfe & Howard Bishop. OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY -
on large landscaped corner lot. optional 3 BR. with paneled den 6690. 2832 NE 11th Ter. Ph. FR 62349.If $500 $9 SEEING ANYTIME IF 3236 & 3224
'Swimming pool. enclosed patio L ,shaped living room din- no answer FR 25567. E YOU WILL JUST CALL.
bath house. Living room with Ing room, family 2 full WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD OFFERSPRING Down-No Closing Costs. New 1123 SE. 4th STREET NW 30th Ave.
fireplace. Large Florida room. tiled baths. kitchen room wltn built-in Walking distance to schools. 3 McKINNEYGREEN 3 Br. Homes Just Outsi(>! FR 6-5301 or FR 3 BR. 2 bath. $600 dn. SU
BR. 2 baths home In Skyline City Limits..
separate dining room. Central dishwasher stove and oven. ___ _.
fceat and air conditioning. Pav carport utility room and storage Heights.built-in. Study.range hardwood.. oven.floors.Cent. VALUES IN __ __ __ _......---w......................_....__... u.. -_.. a
ed street. on bus line near .
area. Paved patio central heat heat. Shaded back yard. Call
chools. Shown by appointment and air conditioning. Walk I n g DEATON
.nly. FR 4-M02. distance to Finley and GHS. For 3760862.WHY
SPLIT LEVEL Inspection cad FR 2-1053. PAY RENT? REALTORS
New homes. $9400. 3 bedroom tile
with strip oak floors In living
.,.rea. terrazzo floors In sleepIng HOME TRADEOPPORTUNITY bath $65 per month. Located on
built In kitchen. 3 bedrooms S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some NorthwestFour
area -
2 baths. corner lot. ONE trade-ins. Call FR 2372.. buy until you see these NEW homes:!

OF A KIND. No other house inainesvill. NW SECTION for sal. or rent 3 B. R. 3 bath HOME two Fernwood 39th St. & 13th PI.
in Manor WIN THIS
has combined this .WILL trade several homes In Palm and 4 bedroom. 2 bath. CCB bedrooms with private bath-2 HOME

style and construction. Address: View 10-12,000 Estates price for homes Visit In Sales the home. City water. lights and car enclosed garage-Large corner 3 Bedroom and 2 Bath Homes
range. lot Call
.2105 NW Um Terr. SHOWN BY sewers. Shown by appointment. near University.
Office Corner NW 39th Terraceand
.APPOINTMENT ONLY. Ph. FR Phone FR 23826.COMING. FR. 23617.
"2472.. 16th Bros.Ave.Builders.or call FR 29545.Butler NO& DOWN PAYMENT VA

Warner W. Weseman -Realtor SouthwestThree
till N. Main St. !
PERFECT FOR FAMILY B. R. 2 bath home-Large $400 DOWN FHA
landscaped lot with under
E SMILEYou'll WITH AN IN-LAW ground sprinkler system. See at

VILLAGE 611 S.W. 41st $1_ and call us From Month .
smile with delight when NEARLY new 3 bedroom 2 bath for appointment to see. FR. 2- $74.38 ji; ? _
.you see this sparkling NEW 3 home has one bedroom separate 3617. _4
.BR. 2 bath CB home on NW from the others. Perfect GREEN .I -
Jim Ave. Half acre lot spriggedand for In-law or teenager. Beautiful -
landscaped Sidewalks toschoolL natural finish cabinets in kit- An Easy Wayto I "
connected to FHA terms.
own a 3 B. R. 1 bath home In
.. $15,000 with only $600 down InclUdes
"City sewer utilities. Cent. I N. W. area. Only $40000 down
"Heat and A-C. Family room. GE closing. 2103 N. E.5th .
payment and $88 00 a month.
kitchen. $2X500 with terms to For details and Inspection call
:suit buyer. FR. 2-3617.

SECTION J. Fred GuY Jayne ButterworthCol.
get more for your money In LR. 3 BR 2 baths double carport GREEN J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire !! City Services
this attractive 4 BR. 2Vk bath Fla. Rm.. a large screened Multiple Listing
CB home In Exc. NW location.
Half acre lot shaded ,and fenced. garden porch. fireplace central' heat covered air cond.entry VILLAGE 37 Real Estate Exchanged Sales Office
Built-in kitchen thafs .
beauty complete built-in kitchen. Nearly -
.Cedar lined closets. No city
taxes. Sacrifice price of' $19.750 Price new.$32000.Owner Call leaving FR 2-0954 GREEN ATTENTION TRADERS NW39th Terr. & NW 16 Ave. ,
Immediate occupancy. get directions. LAKE CITY RESIDENCE
3 BR home ww carpets A-c.
ONE LOOKWill FOR SALE In Citra Fla. Two 2 VILLAGE closed garage. rear yard fenced. Phone FR 2-9545 or Nights and
BR homes. nice and clean. Cash well landscaped. 3 yrs. old. excellent -
be sufficient for you to see price $2500 for each. Wired and condition and location FR 6-9048
the value In this Ocala block sheet rocked. Call Mrs. James L. total value $13,800. Will trade Holidays
home at 3525 NW 7th Place Bowdoin in Newberry. 4722251. GREEN substantial equity for Gainesville -

Nice shaded lot. Dream kitchen. FOR SALE 4 BR house. living property. Brokers Invited.
Screened porch & much more room. dining room. kitchenette. VILLAGE Address owner. Box 3048 Lake
for $".IDa. Good terms. deep well.. two large lots in LaCrosse City Fla AND THE TAPPAN APPLIANCES IN IT
phone 4621359.

UNIVERSITYREALTY J. W. GREEN 38 Real Estat. Wanted The Correct-

Come out and this luxurious home. The
see new

1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. home near Gainesville: GREEN 2 family or room 3 bedroom and 2 baths.home Kitchen with- first prize is $25,000 which Tappan will depositin

M. Munl' .. Realtor Immaculate condition pleasant must be equipped. Central Young
Asso. S. E. McLaughlin Frank surroundings. Yours with orange heat preferred. Must be priced
Roby. Roy McCann. T. C. Doug trees In rear yard with Vt acre VILLAGE right with reasonable down pay Executives a bank for you to apply towards purchase of

las. Jr. for $16,000. or 2V* acres for ment. Write to Box 365-A,

GLADYS SMITH 11000. or 12'4 ,acres for Gainesville Sun. this home. Hundreds of other valuable prizes
$2&500. The. house has three GREEN :.:.
bedrooms and one bath. -Pine
THREE Bedrooms. two baths In, to assume mortgage on 3 bed- Forest .
Idytwild at 3806 S.W. isth St.. Owners gage.SPACIOUS will carry mart- VILLAGE room, g bath. In N. W. section. c.\ too. And nothing to buy. All you have to do is enter :
Prefer Uttlewood '
$17,400. Call 3724393. area. ..
lovely payments to $150 per mo. 1 Brick & BlockConstruction

.FOUR P.K. Yonge bedrooms.area two 1244 baths S.W. 9th In I I available Beautiful for hardwood June floors occupancy pint GREEN i Write stating box address.405-A ,Gainesville phone end Sun your name in ',the Tappan Sweepstakes when you

panelling three large bed- price ,
Road. $20.000. Call 372-5393.
rooms. two tiled baths spa<- 0 G.E. Kitchens visit model home.
Ious entertaining area. Priced VILLAGE 1 our
39 Out of Town :
THREE bedroom two baths cloM t Property
at S24JOO
and already connected
to University. 7 S.W. 26tA I Air Conditioning
to city sewers. VL
-Street. $17,900. Call 372-5393. AIR CONDITIONED for the summer GREEN 1 ACRES OF BUILT-IN APPLIANCES featured I on.THE
weather that U almost here. land. 2 bedroom 1)) ,1 (optional) TAPPAN as .
I house. other
FOUR bedrooms. two baths off buildings. 3 miles
16th Avenue at 1501 N.W.'-37th I .-. 1100 ado 4rai1y&4UIft feet decorated of well airang-living VILLAGE north of Stark on Rt. 301. Ph. ; Sidewalks
.Terrace. 21000. Call 372-5393., two enclosed ,-
age and such a convenient HOUSE FOR sale in Keystone Terrazzo Floors !
BLACK Acres. 14 S.W. 32nd Street,, location for less than 22000. Heights Fla. 3 BR.. 2 baths. 1
extra large three bedroom. two: 00. acre lot will sacrifice Appratse 1 All City
bath home. $31.500. Cad 372-539 at 18000. will sell for 14990. ;
*." J. W. KIRKPATRICK VILLAGE Call 376-1168 Gainesville after 3p.r's. ConveniencesWooded Enter the Tappan Sweepstakes at our model home, THE

SEVEN bedrooms and six bath Realtor .
in West Hills. $45,000. Cat I Member Multiple I Listing Lots !
GREEN MILLBRAE located on NE 31st Avenue inJIigh1and
: 3725393.FINLEY. 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-4404 40 Business PropertiesFOR ,
ASSOCIATES: Extra Big Closets
Area. 2125 NW. 3rd Floy Mathlasen Irene Bunne j
Place. Four bedrooms. tw I A. W. Reece Capt.. USN. Ret.. VILLAGE SALE BY OWNER .. Screened Porches I
baths. $37,000. Call 372-5393. Hwy. land on US 301 No. & So. Court Manor
WEST VILLA ESTATES e* Starts 343 ft.
\ cor. next Itsoutn VA FHA
Jk BUY In Holly Forest. 3905 S.W. 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR. 2 tiled GREEN of Stwckey's. 536 ft. across or
2nd Avenue. Three bedroom, bath. wall""te-will carpeting. central read. Ben SusIow. P. 0. Box _.s;::= ?==_l. the swim club community ''I
heating,. built In kite ho It .
two baths. $19,500. Can 3724393.J6TH ., 1003. Starke
Includes dishwasher. Located on VILLAGE PINE FOREST iy.
large wooded lot with circle
Avenue Extension. Tnre 42 Farms & Acreage "
: drive. Ortg. cost $20.000. balance .
acres and three bedroom. tw
bath home wtttt separate guesl I $17.380. Equity $600. payments GREENLEAVING 160 acre form with All equipment. By Quality Minded I
IncL taxes and
Ins. $143
3724393. Half mile road '-
house. $30,000. Call paved frontage Phone 3723471KEUOPATmCK
mo. Phone 372-9172. I
Realtor Multiple Listing LAW Professor moving spacious i 1 bath CCB home. Fla. Rnv. Good farms and acreage listings.
3 bedroom study. IVi baths fenced yard. walking distance
__ Anna Associates Hlnson: Florence Ben Griffin Bums tic fan built in drawers public and parochial schools. Can Ben Griffin, Associate 372.1551 & PIERSON }
ity and storage. $M month. et-I swim club membership. $X20
Caroline W. University Noyes.J22I Avenue 372439 t ootiate equity. FR 6-2775. Invested. WIll take $500 equity GLADYS SMITH, Realtor NE 16th Ave. & 15th St.
N. E. 14th Ave. FR 2-2064. 1228 W. University 37J-5393 i iFK5UREP i

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47 Houses for Rent Font. 64 Household Goods Automotive Sale
I Autola&ie 87 Automobiles Wonter

CLASSIFICATION'INDEX .Printed Pattern 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 1
ONE 10-room. 2 bath house.. 2 1 LARGE space heater 1 sidearm 62 T-BIRD Wanted 1930 f 1954, Fords
screened porches 2 car garage water heater. See at 604 2-tone blue with blue Interior, fun and fU $.E. 4th

Ifl. parking lot. Located 80S N.E. 7th Ave. power Including wi seat _StAi Herndon ServICe Station.
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE NE 2nd St. For Information callJ. WYATTTrailer brakes *> radio

I U atemnasaS T. Howze 372-1098. T-A-G APPLIANCES & heater faco air condii
J Cart ., Thanks (1 Waatei t* Bar Tested and Guaranteed Ing .Im set FOR THE CREC
S Last raa4 63 Machinery Teals AVAIL.. May 1st. 3 BR. 1 bath 42 Refrigerators from $3* vp SalesHome wall back seat 'peak. TIME
4 PeraeaaUset Serrlces CI BalUiajr Materials living rrrw dining rm* l> kitchen. Ranges from up This is a one owner c ee
I Travel lafemaUen 84 BeaseaeU Geeas Carport. screened porch air conditioner 17 Washers from jvJ up of has 27,3ro actual miles. Notscratch

S Special' Netieas 84 Aatl(.es central heat swimmingpool I Dryers from S49 V9 Pacemaker Mobile Homes on it and It's lust like FR 21411Ces
1\ 7 Florist (6 Mlae. Per Sal* privileges for sm. fee. Good 2 Foocf.Freezers from $9* up Shasta and Airstream n. $2,958. Phone owner. 372- Sffli!

Ball, Sitter*. CaM Car CI 'I'ra4.IIIr PiUCS neighborhood In NE section.I 2 Dishwashers from $4* up Travel Trailers ext. 26 or 376-2118 after Of I

! I PUees T* G* AaTatat Article ffaatciee $125 per mo. Call 372-7111 or JIM 10 TV VOYLES Sets from $35 up Ocala's First Mobile Home 5:3 p.m.SURPLUS I IH.

.. T. Be. I s4 on w4aM FR 6-6201. 41' NW 8th APPLIANCE CO. Dealer Since 1943 cars fr Owner. New Uaivrsit C.le .

I Beat* Marine ZQi! ONE 3 BR. house furnished $60 AVLPh.3725303 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. Sub G. T. I fire engine, Main St. at 16th AT*.

AUTOMOTIVEWAiraUa 11 Cam* .fins Flak per mo. Water Included. Call 485- Phone 629.USIeella .. 1 n King Midget
Salea-Reatala n Offlc Efalpaiept 2362 Brooker. Fla. 66 Mise .For Sale.. Fla.FOR Phone .

72 Mehfi Basses fer Kale 71 Maalcal Mareoaails* SALE Newberry Trailer
'I BRING out the best In your car.
M Tracks fer Sal AVAILABLE for the summer. 1 Park cne mile north on 41. 4Vi Superior Auto Minting & VOLKSWAGEN
,. Tracks Waal* small bedroom house completely TRAILER 4x8 utility with ny. acres. $500 down. monthly pay- Fast dependable b
MTmtars *Track Rental REAL ESTATE FOR SALE furnished also water furnished > I loft tires.: exceUent condition. ments $70. Se* Ora K. BaiL wr
r *J extra clean $58 a mOo LlgM weight. Has hauled a ton : fre plu WRIGHS
Trailer Reatais TWO bedroom .
nouse trailer $900. 2031
88 Ueterejcles SeUr8M 53 Let far Sal Couple only no pets. Call FR 3.200 372-46t7 mIles after at 5:30 high .""<. Call one bedroom house trailer $750. FR WORKS N 61
AaUsmektl Repair 54 Watcrfreal Prepal17 64820. j p.rn. Can be rented. Phone 37M234

SS .Aat... Us tee Bale U B..... Per Sal fenced $90 : 2 Seml-formals. .Ize 5. Worn Monday to Friday 9 to 5. 1955 RAMBLER, Mechanically 0
2 BR. nice<<: lot. per
M M Cttaies Fer Sal : Ift1AV one. Reasonable. Call key. Good tire S *
Sway Care FR" .
$75 ,
mo. 1 BR. near campus per 5184 after GREAT LAKES. 158 45x8 al 6-
37 Real ZststEDUCATI.HAL Eseaaa4 mo. Frank Roby at FR ...2937or conditioned mobile home good campi MILLER- c' WATiII

U Zeal Ettate Waate4at 2-4351. SINGER AUTO ZIG cond. Call to see 372-5227 after 7
Oat ef Tewa Prepert/ 62 BUICK LeSabre. 2 DR. HT.
11 Bckia laatraetieaUMaaic. Drop-In 5:30 p.m. BROWN
cams for
) decorative designs
4* Bailncia
PreperUM f' I ": PP.B., all _
D. : faor alr-
41 Keslieatlal laeea buttonholes monograms. I Only 3 left at CLOSE .aatetltrud.
.. -- .. 4S Pert Acreage 48 Houses for Rent Unfura. 1_ J,1 sews on buttons. ete. $7.00 permOo SAVE to $1.500 n tr l mieage. b b
Balance 56*. 815 W. Univ. BANK FINANCING t s FR 23582Cleanest
43 C... Preoerty Rentals : 1I rtt tot O. cell
EMPLOYMENTllWerk 43-1 Colored Property Sales FOR RENT unfurnished 2 BR Ave. Phone 376-1075. NEW. 10" wide mobile homes after May morning o Fi 2

Waat4 Kate house. $60 per mo. unfurnished GOING out of the building busi- Town !> Country Trailer Sales 5192.

11...rk Waate Peaaato RENTALS 2 BR duplex apt. $60. per mo. : ness. Will sell I all kinds and l_3840 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 2-2290. S119S.
It Sales Bl. Haate Call FR 67464. p sizes of doors for H price. Also mie CarsIn
'k J.l..JI'Jp-Ma1e .f renal door locks and 1961 Corvalr cpe. eo ta .
44 P. hinges Various
CetUce* Real Available within two weeks threeor FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES .
IS tal
Help Waate 41 FaraiaaeA Apt.Dr&tt. .. four bedrooms two baths. lights and fixtures 1960 Flat, 600. $295
The -
also lalousles
48 Cnfaralsaea' Apia. $125.00 per month unfurnished and awnings win 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South 1963 Corvalr 4 In floor, I
U ,... B. Waatei dows and various Monz.
47 B..... far Real ...... near SChools. lease required. Call types of mouid- Gainesville 372-5113 R&H, I ICount
48 B..... ,... Rent Val.,.. Ing. Out side white house paint.glrra stel $145
Klrkpatrlck Agency FR 24404 Hours I to S. Sunday 11 to 7 1963 Comet custom. H 8. H.
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 48 ..*.. fer Rent 31 N. Main St. bicycle, $5. FR 44848 between Service Is a must with us. $1495. ANDSAVEl
JI-Fn-ae 80 Betel Seems I 10 AM. and 6 P.M. Phone FR 24045.DODGEDART
21JTe4 A PertllbertUJtesUck 11 Mia*. Rentals 3 BR home for rent. $100 per 1962 PACEMAKER. 10 x 43'.ln 3 or .
month. Must lease for 6 mos. BRAND NEWUNIVERSAL excellent condition. $3895. Can
A I. CIA Wanted T. Rent
Custom standard
1117 NE 31st Phone 372- be financed
Ave. locally. Please call v.
tl Isa*
a.laa- Tea leD S3 Baarders Waated
mission. 41,000 .
'' 3263. 1964 FR 2-1637 between 3 and I p.m. actual
.. ZIG
.ta SappBes (3 Office Deik Spa*. Vewner, new conoDioa.
fta-UTcateck ,,_... (4 Bailneia BentaIFtl1ANC1AL UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. Stove makes button holes, appliques, TRAILER for sale In Glynwood DODGE TRUCKS lie !
I. refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. fancy stitches sews on buttons. trailer pack lot 19. 1 BR. with $845

SERVICE Ave. Phone FR. 6-57W after 5:30 ete. Only 181 or ".50 PW mo. f x 15 Cabana, price (1,200. Call POOLE-GABLE
115 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075. Free
0eBslass It I- P.M. for appt.FORDYCE f.tq f. FR 4-4627. -
Oartaaltie M Special Service* delivery within 35 miles. 59 CHEVROLET
1t..JI.&LJAaa t* Bern ImpreTemeataII RENTALSCall 119 SE Firs An. (2) Impala 4-door AT :
40MODELS h.ros
II T. V.
Mrtiasen Radi TT Service our agency to find tile .1i12Y Double stack antenna 372-4343 Both cars in cI
UMwacy Wanted a complete. NothIng -
AapUaac Paraltar has
house wish. listed.
J Also apartments you Many furnished. 513 elM N.W. tUbuv'Avenue.$1S- 8rants. w ti 0 .On band .n lt

I..I.-swnufflnfflflNllfflbllw2 ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE $1095 $1195

45 Furnished Apt 45 Furnished Apts. INC. t Chairs, low as $8. No money SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. GAINESVILLE
SIZES 1G-1S down, low as $5 per month. 56 CHEVROLET
t2& W. Univ. 376-1236 AUTO I
Free estimates pickup and delivery Belalre, 4-door, automatic. V-t.

AIR-CONDITIONED apartment. 1 CLEAN and neat near campus 3 BR. family room. equipped kit. fnt 1IfMiw.11f ar... service. All work guar_ Hwy. 17. Phone 328-1050 007 N. Main St. I radio heater, power .teer.
bedroom and patio with cook- and shopping. one bedroom pre- chen large lot. Avail. now. teed. Phone 376-7786. OPEN WEEKDAYS Phone fR brakes white tir -
fer married tenants. Call any- $135 per mo. 5010 Newberry Rd. 2-31 paint. Clean.
uC Near Medical Center and NOW you can enloy| cooking with UNTIL 9 p.m. Hoe

UnlV. Call FR 3-348 or 6-4340. time.Ralph FOSSEY _Ph. 372-5951. gas. Gas range. used. installed SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 Nnl F. I $645
2 BR Kit. equipPed. 1204 N.E. FREE with our LP I
1 BR 1226U NW Sth St.. $65 per 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-135 9th Ave. $85 e mo. Call McKinney ,lust lovely. In this Mine skimmer complete. Propane LP gas. Gas$ss EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA L
mo. Call McKlnney-Green, Inc. "Selling Florida Since 1906- that shapes to a wide. .
Green. Inc. FR 23617. up sassy SW Archer Road. Phone FR 6- TRAILERS FOR RENT Daler 53 CHEVROE
FR 13617.EFFICIENCY. bow. Sew It In vibrant raw silk, 5110.
2-door paint
2 Bedroom trailer for rent. Sheffield ONE 3 bedroom house. unfurnished. linen. cotton for vacation. OR SALE -
apt.. private entrance TraPer! Park. Phone FR $58 per month water In Printed Pattern 9449: Misses' ELECTRIC: apt. size GE stove In TRAVEL Trailer and mobile home Powergllde brand new set of

& bath. Lights d hot water 6-1373. cluded. Call 485-2362 Brooker. Sizes 10. 12 14, 14 1$. Size 16 good condition. $50. For further set up on nice location, with cabana Ford white wall tires. Sharp little
furnished. Summer student Fla. takes 2/. 3Miu Information call 372-7395. room patio patio porch car.
preferred. Ph. FR 6-5834. EFFICIENCY. 112 SE 7th St.. $75 roof. $600 to Si 500. or rent at $395 63 RAMBLERClassic :
FIFTY CENTS In coins 0 Falcon
per mo. Call McKInney Green. 2 BR house. Ig. living rnv. dining for this REFRIGERATOR. 12 CU. Ft. Cold- $40 to $60 Including lot rental. .
TWO APTS. On 1 BR apt. On 2 Inc. FR 2-3617. Rm., & separate kitchen. 614 pattern add 15 cents fer each spot. Thermo-automatlc, frost Oh-Kay Trailer Court. FR 6- 550 station wagon,
BR air conditioned apt. Walk NW 22nd Ave. Call 3761950. pattern fer first-class mailing and free. A-1 condition. Make offer. F&rlane SPECIAL tutomatlc trlnsll air -
special handling. Send to Marian conditioned .
Ing dli?. to town. Call FR 2-5514.
DUPLEX APARTMENT RENTALS Martin Gainesville Sun Pattern THIS WEEK T-Bird THIS WEEK ONLY SIr Se* and Savel .

MODERN. furnished apt. for rent. Nicest In town. Good location Call us for Aprs houses. furn. & Dept. 232 West 18th St.. New York UKE NEW deluxe model gas 20 wide Mobile Home and 1 acre

alr-cond. $70 per mo plus utili on bus Jin*. Couples only. No unfurnished. 11. N. V. Print plainly NAME. extras.rang with Call griddle 3765005. plus other lot. $10,000. 1 mile S of Paynes Ford 56 OLDSMOBILEHoliday. $2095 :
ties. Phone 373-440. pet. MARY MOELLER ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and Prairie. For appointments ca 11 4-door hardtop. Auto
$60 Month STYLE NUMBER. YOU MAY BE NEGLECTING FR 63052. Trucks m.tlc radio heater power .
$71 MO. Apply" NE Silt Ave. REALTOR YOUR FREE PATTERN IS your hearing Our Free Examination I. and brakes black and
Month to month rental or leas to !I 101* W. Univ. FR 6-4471. READY choose It from 250 design will give you an accurate NOW SHOWING black and white In
suit tenant I bedroom furnished 2 BR trailer. 8 x 45*. swimming Ideas In new SPRING- report.Gainesville 1964 MOBILE HOMES The UnexPected from white 63 FORD _
RENT sal BR. 2 bath.central
i FOR or 3 2 and 3 bedrooms. all Floor FendMustang teri.
Apt. available at 1204 NW 23rd pOOl. Call 372-1367 evening I II SUMMER Pattern Catalog lust
heat, built-in stov*. Call Hearing Aid Co. 2-dr _
Blvd. Ph. FR 6-J472 Wese out Dresses sportswear coats, Plans. Terms tailored to meet $445 Cst' Idln Equip
man Realty -1113 N. -Main St. I 2 BR. well turn. 1st floor duplex. 485-3811 after 3 p.m. morel Send 50 cents now. 628 N. Main St. FR 4-0095. your budget. Drive a little and engine .
Quiet near campus. Air cond. save a lot at standard and _
3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. USED Chain Saws $50 transls.lo
2 BR furnished Accept 3 mature quiet responsible up. CONNOLLYMobil heater. fin .
apt. living rm. Stove & refrIgerator. Ins per 4hp saws SW.95. We repair RaulersonMotrs whi
dining rm.. kitchen. private persons. 3764494.NICE Weseman Home Inc. ish. Reduced to: _
mo. Phone FR 6-2472 49 Rooms for Rent all chain saws 8. lawn mowers. Sales.
bath. Adults anly. Married CLEAN 2 BR. Apt. with Realty. Chain saw rentals. McCultoch. 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 $1795
couple or 2 or 3 sober mali Wisconsin Phone 622-tl66 :
private bath 1 entrance. Water 3 BR. 1 bath 530 N. E. 9th and Brlggs, Stratton
Students No pets. $100 per furnished. Near campus. 1(13 St. $108 a mo., available May LARGE cool. divided room 12 x dealer. Florida 5w Co. FR Closed SundaysITS 01 DiplaySHAW
month. Apr. 20 through August. NW 2nd Ave. FR 2-013 or FR 8th call McKinney Green. Inc. 22. private entrance S. shower. '
Can be seen at 414 NE 2nd St. 22946. Quiet residential area. Ideal 6U11.CLOSE FOOLISHto

Ph. FR 6-7212. FR 23617. for couple or 2 students. Utilities OUT SALEOn pay more. RECKLESS to & 1611 HAWTHORNE 62 OLDSMOBILE :
3 BEDROOM. 1 bath. Immediate Wallpaper. *8c Roll
& a
linens Included. Phone 2-311 ROAD
DUPLEX. 1 BR near Univ. 328 46 Unfurnished Apt*. pay less. GET THE REAL
occupancy. Near Univ. and Fin- or 24003.PRIVATE [ HARPER PAINT CO. Attractive custom
FACTS. Payments low as KEETER tri
NW 14th St. Avail May 1 or ley schooL Call FR 2-6554. or IB S.W. 7th St. 372-5285 A buy at only:
372..Q66II $57.29 month with $300 down.
sooner sax Call 376-SltO. FR 21525. bath. entrance and per Home of A-l Used Cras
NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen parking. Nicely furnished. New MOBILE HOME COLEMAN AIR LAKE GENEVA 230 W. University $1795
3 NICELY furnished apt for rent.1IBRapt.2ZSRapts.503. equipped. $60 per month on a AVAIL. April 25. near city park. refrigerator. Ult N. E. 7th St. CONDITIONING SYSTEMS. Mobile Homes Sales FR 2-0503 CRTRCKSJI

years lease. Ph. 376-8372 days shopping schools 3 BR. study. LARGE clean close In. II Phone -Dan" FR 4-0267 A-l Rt. 100 SE Keystone Fits Fla. I
LV. Rm. DN. Rm.. Kit. equip-
NE 4th Ave.Furnlahed 376-7327 evenings.TWO HANDYMAN SHOP AUTHOR.
breakfast nook. FR 6-2693. Dally maid service. Reasonable. IZED 1960 AMERICAN. 10' X W.. 1 BR.;
2 apt. S55 d $40. Phon bedroom duplex. kitchen Phone FR 4-1423.' 422 N. E. 2nd I Coleman Service Center front kitchen. lot 29. Hickory

372-1123 or 372-3714. equipped. $85 per month. ACREAGE St. ELEC. range 16'> refrigerator $45; Hill. Call 372-3155. 62 RAMBLER4dr

4 ROOMS, steam heated duplex. Se* at 4144 NW 6th St. 161 ACRES fenced with good 3 PRIVATE ROOM with bath 1 Blk. auto. washer $45. No reasonable Haven't You Heard ? sedan. Equip with stan
nicely located. Call FR 6-531 or bedroom CB home land all from campus $35 a month. 1104 offer refused. Phone FR 2-6604. WE BUY Clad tranlii air c

see at 622 NE let St. 2 Bedroom unfurnished apart fenced and cross fenced. good S.W. 3rd Ave. FR 2-0989. LARGE console Scott Hi-fi Phonograph USED MOBILE HOMES In shet
ment. 1018 S.W. 8th Ave.. $75 Mo. pasture on good road. polar white.
NICE downstairs apt.. close In. FR 6-2641 or FR 6-2930 Mr. MARY MOELLER NICE quiet room. telephone and AM-FM Gerrard chan Top dollar paid, phone 376-0571.
Utilities & antenna furn. Ideal Haynes. i carport or kitchen privileges. $10 ger. Best offer. Phone FR 6-2691. $1595
10 IT All aluminum factory
for working 531 SE 2nd REALTOR I weekly. FR 4-1961. x
2 I BEDROOM large living room. made cabana. Must be moved
PI. Ph. FR 2-252. kitchen equipped. Coupi pre 101* W. Univ. FR 6-4471 I GIRL with 2 yr. old. wants room- WASHER. Mechanically *excel by this week. Will accept first 1964 RAMBLERThe

NICE large quiet cool. first floor ferred. No children or pets HOUSE TRAILER 45 x 10, S85 mat for 3 BR, 2 bath house. i lent. Phone FR 6-8887. reasonable offer. Call FR 2-0189..

furnished apartment. Good residential Phone FR 2-4857. per mo. Call FR 6-0097 after 5p.m. I Call 376-9702. after 5 p.m. and S good, used 750 x 14 Firestone. COMPLETELY turn. 34 x r Tra-
section. Convenient to week ends. 4-piy tires. $5 each or all 5 for vellte trailer with 20 x 8* Jalou-

stores and bus lines. Within No 47 Houses for Rent Furn. I ROOM FOR RENT WORKING I _$20. Phone FR 6- 848. sled cabana. Mrs. Charles W. Lowest-Priced American-Built car. Dauphin Brand new tires. A
distance of
walking children. or pets. $65 squar monthly. 49 Rooms For Rent MAN OR COUPLE. Call FR 4- TWIN BEDS fair condition. Adams. 3224 NW 13th: St. FR puff

Phon FR 6-546. FOR RENT. 3 BR.. 2 story tram 3079. Springs mattresses. $25. Call 6-4445. Motor Co. for $695
3142024.SINGER Delivered at Ridgway
2 Air conditioned rooms for rent
house. Kitchen furnished some
NICE efficiency. 2 Beds. Screened In 78 TRUCKS FOR
SINGLE or double room large utilities & linens furnished. Kitchenette SALE
other furniture. See at 120
front porch. Open back. Electrl. FEATHERWEIGHT
cool rooming house. 2 blocks
N. W. 9th St. Call FR 6-2W3. C private entrance. $12.50
cally run. $65 month. 865 N.W. off campus. Kitchen. living Rm. weekly. Men only. Ph. 372-1545. $7 per month. Balance S6S. 1959 GMC Va ton pickup. Long only:
31st Ave. FR 2-077 3 BR. living rm.. dining rm.. SIMper & maid service. Call FR 2-2724. 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-1075 wheel base. Good motor. Good
mo. 106 NW 10th St. Prefer AIR CONDITIONED clean QUiet. rubber. Excellent farm truck. 56 FORD
LARGe front apt. near bus line ROOMS for rent private entrance. KENMORE deluxe gas stove.
a\ stores. Private entrance $85 male students. McKinney Green. maid service. $32.50 singles S45 room In new Phone.horn Unes.. 372-6944 kitchen good, cond. $30 attic fan with SJOO. Paul H. Sutton. 2023 N.W. 4-dr Falrlane 500. Automatic

per mo. Phone 376-505. Inc. FR 2-3617. for doubles. Males only. 115 N.W or privileges.FR 44044.FURNISHED louvers 36" like new $45. Complete 33rd Ave. 372-7769. transissio power .teel.

LARGE 2 bedroom furnished apt. 2 BR. 732 NW 23rd: Blvd. $95 per 10th St. FR 2-9222. TV antenna $10. Can FR FOR SALE 1949 Ford V ton pickup raio and Bran

Conveniently located 2 blocks me. Call McKinney Green Inc. ATTRACTIVE room. with private room with private 2-5089.. truck has removable sideboards $176300PLUS new .
entrance and private bath. central -
from downtown. Suitable for 2 FR 2-3617. entrance. In quiet modem home. REMINGTON standard manu new transmission 4 good $695
students sao month. Call Kitchen Ideal for U of heat telephone and garage.Call with motor. See owner at 2306 NE
to 4 2 BEDROOM. 1 bath. Near University privileges. FR 4-5112. typewriter pica type. Cup St.. between 3 and 6
FR 43070.GARAGE and J. J. Finley School. F student FR 2-7883. board It desk pad. excellent 14th p.m.
NICE. comfortable quiet room In cond. S65. FR 2.7920 after 5 p.m. Price $175.
Phon FR 2-1517 Sundays. Weekdays p.m.
Apt. 1 BR.. LR.. Kit.. A NICELY furnished room convenient TAX, TAG & TITLE
horn Available
462-1119, 1821 N. W. 6th private now.s. week days. 1961 CHEVY half ton pick-up
real nke. Water turn. S60 a mo. to town I. Univ. Phone
.. at 202 NW 12th Terr. FR Perfect condition. tires
22 N.W 15th Ave. Call McKln- Ave. FR 6-5981. 8 SW 10th St. .5316 e-2100. THE best costs less. Dry clothes truck. 63 CHEVROLET2dr
or Phone FR 2-2940 after 6:00
Green. Inc. FR 2-3617. for less with Philgas from Full- good. Trade-in Allowance
net ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom,
COLONIAL MANOR Apt. Sub- larg Florida room month or Room Separate Men from double main or ROOM FOR RENT thru summer gas Inc. Phon 3765302.O. p m. __ Top Impale with Spr coup EquIpped ra--

leas at $100 a mo. for 2 year.475-2981.Mathewson Manor. C a II N.W. 2nd Avenue. Phone convenient swimming campus Reasonable use rent.of E. REFRIGERATOR excellent 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals Easiest Possible Terms. dio and per. stei ar 3

months. Apt. can b* had for FR 6-7986. Shown by appoint Ph. FR 44714.A cond. 4 mo. old, 4V yrs. guara c from. Come .
longer period at $105 a mo. if ment. tee remaining best offer. Also RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn and your choice. .r
desired. Apt. 28. 3764072. LARGE new. furnished room Ig. range with griddle. FR 2-
the USA. from United Rent-
102 NW 13th St. Men Women
NICE with private th. entrance. 739S. $2695
3 Rooms a. bath Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR .2835-
UPPER Duplex. rooms end apts. near campus. also private drive, prefer mld-
central location no children or day week, month. FR 6-2937 or dl-ag business lady. Call KEEP carpet cleaning problems FARM TRACTOR. Allis Chalmers Your New Rambler is ,
234 S. W. 2nd PL small
pets. Blue
SEPARATE GARAGE FR 6-1082. 372-4948. -use Lustre wall towall. 1-row with some equipment

MODRN EFFICIENCIES Alt 2-Bedroom horn for lease. Located NICE Quiet bedroom for rent. MALE students single or doub- $1. McDaniell Rent electric shampooei good working condition. Can
conditioned .Phone A. E. Harp In nice quiet neighbor Businessman or nice sober stu ble. private entrance.: 1404 Gainesville Shopping Furniture Center. Co. be seen at NW 8th Ave. and Waiting for You at : 58 FIAT
FR 65576.NICELY dent. $35 414 NE 2nd First St. Across street from
hood. Kitchen equipped with per mo. N. W. 5th Ave. FR 4-8961. Roadster. A real nice
GE filter flow White Electric. Spde
Frlgldalre refrigerator stove St. FR 6-7212. automatic washer
furnished convenient and flat hot water heater. looks and runs like new. Also roll
downtown area. $75. Also garage top NICE downstairs rooms. closeIn. 51-A Wanted To Rent around 2 speed fan good condi 83 Motorcycles & Scooters
Tiled kitchen. tiled baths and $795
apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults private entrance off-street tlon. Ph. FR 2-2436. Motors
only no pets. Inquire Lillian' shower. Floor furnace with parking. 531 SE 2nd PL Ph. FR Ridgway

Mualc Store. thermostat. Window air COndI- 2-2582. WANTED unfurnished house outside BEAUTIFUL colorful mounted 1962 CUSHMAN Eagle, good con-
I _- -. tioned. Beautiful screened In sailfish. 6'2". By Al Pfleguer dition. 1 new tire. cost $400
I I bedroom mobil ROOMS available with private 0'.emiprlvlt' of city limits. Call between
porch. Nice floors. Horn completely Miami. Fla. Only $165. The Tao new. $225 now. Discount for
horn Located In South CityLImIts bath In nearest off 1:00 A.M. and 4:00. P.M. FR
equipped with Venetian kl. Box. 1490 Hawthorne Rd.WESTINGHOUSE. cash FR 6-3658. 62
of Alachua. Phone FR blinds. This home Is Ideal for campus housing to the center of 4-2877. Crvlsalre 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 CORVETE
6-llie. University. FR 6-3012. 1958 Allstate scooter. speed .
retired WANTED nice. clean efficiency
small families or couple.
Good condition $95. Also 3 speed .
TR turn apt.. Ig. LR. kit.. prlv., More Interested In good neigh 6 BLOCKS from university. apartment. Must be willing to Sharp whit with Mack Interlor.
small Writ Box 404- Vacuum Cost $79.95 new. Now English bike $20. Call FR 2-921X -- This Is tile cleanest
", t. bath. Va ttxk from campus bors and tenants than amount Large alr-conditloned apartmentfor accept dog. I
$39.95. Like Rm 634. townl
avail now. couple prefer, or rent. Call owner after 6. 2; also smaller room for 1. A. Gainesville Sun. new.
red. FR 6-7441 or FR 6-6112 atte FR 6-5464. I Call FR 2-080 105 N. W. 7th GUARANTEEDKIRBY 1963 Allstat Crulsaira for sale. $3095
.. Ter. 52 Boarders Wanted SALES & SERVICE Yt price<<: or trade for used auto-
712 N. Main FR 6-7110 or -1111.
mobile. Phone 372-9980 after 6

ROOMS for rent with meals 25 cents per quart you pick them. -
SERVICESHome working men or students. 1 Hayes Farms. Brooker. Fla. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS 63 FIAT
block from campus. Corner
rooms. Phone FR 2-2956. FREEZER AND REFRIGERATORFOR SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP' 1100 4-dr sedan. Equipped with
SALE. WILL TRADE FOR Your car's & show radio and t.ter.
pep power
53 Office-Desk Space FREEZERS & REFRIGERATORSGASSED up with e tune-up at BROWN'S Used Specials"p $1395
FREEZERS & REFRIGERATORS recapping & wheel alignment
And BusinessAppliance OFFICES FOR RENT NEEDING REPAIR. FR 2-1330. 809 N. Main. FR 6.4310.AIRCONDITIONING.

New. modem air conditioned office Tune up

space. Individual rooms.: 70 Boats-Marine E.ctulp.It. Special $2.50 for performancetest. 62 CHEVROLET4dr
Lara or small separate units.
All makes and models.
Bulldozing PAINTING Furnished or unfurnished. Phone Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air Sedan. Automatic transmission

and Secretarial service optional.Off REGAL LANiER Cabin Cruiser Conditioning Servicing C e n fer. Palate, v-8, 4dr. hardu air cii. radio,
) heater and For
WANTED painting. Free es- street parking. S55 to $200 ;
and trailer. Phone 25689. 204 N. Main St., Phone FR 2- pe
SMALL bulldozer loader dump timates. No lob too smalL Work per month. Call Les Jackson. ) top. Automatic power this sale c'YI'
2561.__ _ _
trucks fill dirt lime rock. Top guaranteed Phone FR 2-5630. FR 6-6441 anytime. Ernest Tew 21ft. Inboard boat. Marine engine.Completaly -
solL Phone 372-7846. I. Realty. refinlshed fiberglass' steering and brakes. Radio, $2295
bottom. Like new. Will trade car $2288
BULLDOZERS ft Dragline. Back Plumbing or smaller boat. Can be seen at : heater, whitewalls. Very clean.
ho*. Wheel tractors. motor 54 Business Rentals Ralyn's Service Station In Cedar CADILLAC SEDAN 1957 OeVilie.

grader. Free estimates. W. G. SEWER INSTALLEDNEW I Key. Phone 2441. Priced for Loaded with everything. $550. 1806
(Buck Johnson FR U21t. quick sale at $1.195. N.W 38th Terrace. Phone 372-0481. 62 MERCURYLd
& used fixtures. complete GARAGE space tor rent. 413 S.W.

plumbing service "BIG" JIM 2nd St. Call John Merrill Reat 14 MOHAWK with top. two 35 CHEVY 1959 4 Dr. standard transmission with equipment Includ
Concrete HUGULEY. Galnesvlll PlumbIng tor. FR 2-1494. HP Evlnrudes. Electric starter t cyL radio w-w 2 63 DODGE Heater.$1288: I air conditioning. A

FR 2-1589 AIR CONDITIONED Seminole trailer. $795. 1714 N.E. ton blue. Best offer. Call FR I JI sedan.

NEARLY new modern office or 6tn Terr. 6-7337. '

CONCRETE finishing. Walks RemodelingNEED location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. ONE 14 NEWSOME fishing boat CORVAIR Mania, '63, equipped $2295

drives patios slabs and shuffleboard Ph. FR 4-2472, Weseman Realty. with 1957 Johnson elec. starting with radio heater white side
Air condi-
etc. expertly done. Esttmetes. 1113 N. Main St. motor. and heavy duty trailer wall tires. 8.000 actual miles.
A NEW Florida room. carport 61 DODGE tionedCou"omotic
Call 372-3884. anytime. Assume payments. small equi
patio screened-ln porch SMALL Warehouse for rent. Call with 2 new tires $500. Call FR ty. Will consider: older car for

FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA etc? Call now and get It don Dan Byrd. 372-2511. 2-4568. equttv. CaR owner at 3724441 steering auto$1288 62 CHEVROLET2dr
for The summer months. Can 30 x 40 CCB warehouse with rest- ext. 33 8-5 weekdays. power Super Sports. Automatic
372-804 afer 5 P.M. for freeestlm.tes. 72 Office EquipmentGAINESVILLE'S -
room drive-In door parking excellent
OeSoto 1957 4 Dr. $500. Good con traisi power .teer.
location. 533 W. Univ. radio
FIREEXTINGUISHER dition. Call FR 2-450. ales. bll
CO. A vt. In rear. $75 per month.Ph. largest volume office er. It's. ni one I
Sales and Service Upholstery 376-1204 or 376449. supply dealer Chesnufs DODGE LANCER. 1961 mod-770 RonneYille 4-dr.. hard-
Office Equipment Co. Invites you Dr. s-stick new tires. 39X100 59 PONTIAC $2395
Repair All types of Fire Extingutshers N.W. 13th St. Building to be con toP
II to com In and shop or call for $895. Mr. Baldwin 376-4404. ,
Pick up and delivery service 088F
structed. Space available for $1
Air Conditioning C R. Thomas Ph. 3764989 UPHOLSTER your furniture at physician dentist. lawyer pharmacy free delivery. Chesnvfs Office LINCOLN equipped. Clean one owner ..
reasonable prices. Call Silly. I Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ.
Gainesville Fla. Experienced. FR e-9888. i beauty shop and barter Ave. In Downtown, Gainesville.For 153 with power steering brakes,
snop. If Interested Call 374-1831. seats 8> windows, automatic I 61 E. FORDGood
A-I HANDYMAN SHOP Mortgage BrokerFHA sale 2 used Sunstrands US transmission radio
First In air conditioning and Appliance I ADVERTISE IN THE I I 56 Business Opportunities and $75. also 1 full keyboard nil paint: & r""I.1 Transportation

repairs. We sell guaranteed SERVICE DIRECTORY Burroughs $55. Adding machines cellent condition (looks like a '

washers refrigerators etc. and conventional at lowest [ 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY on W. electric. Call 376-4186 '56). Price open. Call 372-8441 i F-60 FALCON s.oend$638: $595

FR 62067.Appraisal. current rates. Terms to 25 Univ. Ave. tor Ie.... Opportunity ext. 21. before i PM. weekdaysor ,
years. Will gladly discuss at no SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS for the right man to get In 73 Musical MerchandiseSPINET see at 239-B: Flavet III after I

ServiceFRED obligation. Call tomorrow. the bowling alley business witha 5:30 PJM.PLYMOUTH.
I do sewing of all small amount of capitaL Call Piano used. Mahogany 1954 4 door. In good
31 N. 2-8494
Main St. Ph. FR |
kinds & Dressmaking. Mrs. W. FR t-2641 or FR 6-2938. Ask for finish with matching bench $395. condition. two new tires. Phone ', -IN THE AUTO GAME .

L AUNOLOREAL FRED B. ARNOLD C. Asbelk 3434 N.W. 17th Ter Mr. HaVMS. Gridtey Music C*. FR 2-5353. FR 64881.PONTIAC da-


SERVICE AND CONVENTIONALLOANS on womeil'sClothing. 61 Wanted to Buy est in Conn line a true concert.1' good. $695 CHIEFTAN cash. Phone 1951.FR dr..1 tion wagon, v-s,

ttl* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723322Auto Instrument $300 new $150 .
121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 belts. .8. also buttonholes.Call WANTED: water cooler. must be highest offer. See at Rebel 7503. automatic, power $688
Equipment MORTGAGE MONEY 372-8891. dressmaking. priced reasonable and In good Stlft'and Coin Shop. RAMBLER. Classic. 1943. White. steering . . . .. OPEN SUNDAY
door power steering radio ,
5V* per cent Interest Terms to working condition. Can 372-8441 ORGAN SALEOf I
ext. 2(1. 8-5 weekdays.WE heater. Excellent cond. Can be II

HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt I.I BUY 25 years.- BUILD REFINANCECall Sewing Machine Repair Christmas Left overs. AH refinanced. FR 2-5992. I ((2-6)) '
tor BUY and sell aO kinds of furniture I new orvhvings up to 30
xcnangedj Repair kits VW 157. fair condition. sun roof. I
stoves refrigerators.
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized 82S NW 13 St. Ph.. FR 2-251 per cent. art's Piano Co. radio and heater $450. call Economy
Hydraulic Jack CALL-SewING MACHINE SERVICE domes radios. TV. etc. Can 702 W Unh/ Ave. 37i-2a 60 FIAT $488
Walker Dan Byrd 464-341 mornings or after
Service Aont. HULL'S BRAKE CO. 815 W. UniversityAve. FR t-3917. 1:1 Special ... ..

SERVICE SUPPLY W14 GLADYS SmJ1IRMnor.. FHA 376-1075. W* repair all 76 Airplane SalesRentalsWANT p.m.VW.
Main. FR 2-197 and conventional loans. Low Mattes Work fully9uarantCe& 64 HoHsekoU Goda '6 Micro-Bio deluxe model BARKLEYMOTORS

rates. Terms to 25 years. 1228 r 1 l.te. curtains, low mileage
W. Unh/ Ave. 37433. Tires : dean. front
Auto Gloss Alignment MAYTAG. WHIRLPOOL 81 KEL OR renew ycur old certificate? very Spl

FORDYCe and Associates. Inc. Brake Service VINATORS. New automatic Join our Piper J-3 flying club.: a.t.N.Price Mate$2,195.St. FR M. ONE-YER G.W. WARRANTY
Conventional and F.H.A. I.ens. washers from $138.9 IS H.P. with starter and gener 1

AUTO GLASS Is OUT ordy bus 1 Call 376-1236. Grace Fordyce. New Refrigerators from $158.88. ator. No hand cranking. Record., VOLKSWAGEN 1 Ca good
ness. Immediate. ; Realtor. Ferdyc & Associates.Ine VACATION SPECIAL New Freezers from S13VTS. ed scheduling for each pilot. ml .. Cad I :
free pickup 8 bwtailatImp I 926 West University Ave- ON famous nationally known' Mo New Icefnaker refrtg. from $27'.95. Very small fee to loin. For complete n FR 2-S I II Poole-Gable Used

beauty & value to your car OWL hawk tires . Save up to WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL details call FR 24051CASSEL.i94THEAIR. I. 143 VOLKSWAGEN tws. Low mttcag Cars
MAULDINS AUTO GLASS CO 50% on new tires. See our new THE VARIETY STORE INC Top notch condition. All ac I

___SO N.W. 6tft St. FR 6-7558. wrap around retread that gives 1 S.E. let Avenue FOR SALE cessories. $7180. Cat FR i
FR 43484.USED .11bJandl
more mileage & traction. Lati-
195 Cessna 171 $4750.
Sun Want Ads mer Tire Co 623 N. Maln Auto Pointing APPLIANCES 195 Cessna 172 SMOO. 43 OLDS R&H. ( Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) 2201 N. Main St.
RANGES FROM 139.91 1952 Piper. PA-22 Tripacer. $3600 JEFtRE fao'
tIJypiicj; WINDOW CLEANIHGWINDOWS Refrigerators from S4S- MS Piper PA-22 Tripacer $4998 a. 4 i Tu.
S7.ti tune 4 engine, New
$4.95 ajus, partsi brakes reline TV from S3995. 1942 Piper PA-28 Cherokee $*fOO cond. r Pterson FR 514 N. Main St. FR 2-4951 FR 24373Ir
815.95 plus parts auto waxinr Get Rest ts I cleaned floors cleaned WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 1951 Piper PA-22 Colt. $2990, for .3 j ;
$1146. *"4UI work "d.'. p.. -_ .....:-.i $4. Ttw ViltJTV T'm I
MILLER" & SONS II t yrs. experience. Free estimates. I 2E.lstAvenueFR43114. I CASSEL-IN-THE-AIR. INC FR I Jl Good Citi Call 372- 'I II -1,I _I
TS2 Phone FR 2-5955. 2-635U .
JNW First SI Ph. 372- 08C I 2 o 37UU

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16 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, April 28, 1964 \ i

I '<<' "" I Cities Advised Race Matters1
Hoffa ...'.. .i1'N ':it1Yj> on
s :
ST. PETERSBURG (AP) -A ways of coping with growing mess problems, political leaders These, he said, will result in

IsSought t Florida educator has urged city municipal costs. to discuss political prob- pressures being applied by both I

Jury I And DiscordsBY managers to name the real lead- Dr. Lewis M. Killian, professor -lems, and religious leaders to sides, just as in labormanagement
ers of the Negro population to of sociology at Florida State, :discuss religious and moral is- negotiations.The .

community bi-racial committeeseven told Monday's. session that sev-I sues.Dr. short course is sponsored f
L VERE RICHARDS though they may consider eral bi-racial committees, rather Charles M. Grigg of Flor- by the Florida Institute for Con-

___ I them trouble makers. than one, may be the best ap-ida State, said it is inevitablethat ,tinuing University Studies in cooperation -
--I demands of the with the Florida
proach.He some Negro City f
Dr. Charles U. Smith head of
Monday afternoon, April 20, sitions by Franz Shubert, Carpenter Mr. Johnson, Band and Choral the of suggested committees of cannot be solved by arbitration. ,Managers Association. !
CHICAGO (AP) -Selectionof Wolf and director in Westwood Junior department sociology at
Mrs. Austin's and Mrs. Hall's4th Faure, Hugo business leaders to discuss is- !
Florida and M told
A 80 Florida
a jury continues today in the grade classes at J. J.Finley Beethoven's, Gondola, featuringvery High will perform for themin I II
trial of James R. Hoffa, president -Elementary school rehearsed difficult rhythms, all Hollywood.On city managers Monday that unless -

of the Teamsters Union part of the program they are beautifully accurate. The sing- Friday evening, May 1, they do so, the Negro com- Smokers Win 1 II E

and seven codefendants on singing for the School on May ing tone of the group was also Gainesville High School Orchestra mittee members will be power- EI
less to speak for the Negro I
charges they defrauded the Daniels above will give its Spring Concertin
7 at 9 ajn. Becky mu- average. FARMINGTON, NJI. (AP- TfCff TELEVISION
Teamsters pension fund of $20 sic teacher for J. J. Finley, di- I RussianGypsy the Auditorium, at 8 p.m. The community. Cigarette machines were re- I
million. rected the with "Brown Eyes, a program is in two parts, Part I, I
program great had much fire from He also warned that unless moved from San Juan Hospital
skill and tact, so the children J i's Chamber Orchestra, part II, Negro leaders make progress after the recent surgeon gener I
and Norman 0
The trial began Monday be- everybody,
sang .with much evident enjoyment I Full Orchestra. Featured will toward the of al's
with achieving goals report linking cigarette
fore U.S. Dist. Judge RichardB. "Viking Song" was given I
be violin soloists Anne Bridgesand !
fine interpretive strength. Ste- their race, they will rapidly be smoking to cancer. Now they're ""
Austin, who warned pros- Half the singers came in phen Foster's "Year of Jubilo" Rheua Stakely, A receptionwill replaced by new, more militant:back in their old spots.
pective jurors that the trial may,ahead of time and sat on small follow. leaders. t'
gave both boys and girls a r Hospital administrator Charles
last three or four months and benches in the back of the stage ,
'chance at separate singing, interspersed Dr. Smith was a member of Marti said smokers bombarded
that will be in I
they kept Seclusion ,
and the rest came dancing in, Vessels ...
with hand Navy department heads with
between court sessions: singing "Farandole" and filled clapping, a panel which discussed commu- re \,.
and was most enjoyable.In nity approach to racial problemsat quests for cigarettes.
the all enthusiasti-
Three panels of 100 venire- stage, very many ways the star num- Leaving JaxJACKSONVILLE the 18U) annual city managers FOR L.
cally. Many n u m ers were
men each have been readied for ber was the last, Frederick short course. The course con- COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
questioning by the battery of de- sung, like "Waltzing Matilda Beckman's "Carnival of Ven- (AP) The times through Wednesday.
Australian and Swiss 1
an song, ice" in which again the boys attack' Carrier Franklin D.
fense lawyers and the team of Also there Today the city managers will
federal prosecutors. Ypdeling song. were and girls sang in separate Roosevelt and two other vessels hear discussions of the impactof Serving 3rd term High Springs ,
singing and dancing numberslike groups part of the time and leave Mayport Naval Station today the nation's City Commissioner
::Two jurors were seated Mon- the American" song, "Harlong's made a real carnival out of it.1 for six months in the Medi- Florida communities space programon and First Mayor Commissioner of
day, 16 were dismissed for Train, when four girls The excellent number lends it-. terranean. Paid Advertising .1. High Springs =
cause and two others were dismissed -gave an interesting dance while self to the fine interpretation I The destroyer-tender Yellow -- Member H. S. Chamber ef
: .
by peremptory .chal the rest sang.Another they were able to give it. I hopeto stone and Ammunition Ship Vocational Program Commerce."HQHESTY
,a 11 r a ctive dancing .
lenge. hear this group again before Mazama joined the FDR in

,number was "Norwegian MounDance" I school closes. The precisionof leaving for duty with the Sixth .;.., -=. HARRY EVANS WILL PROVIDE
The watchedover tain done by six girls, '.t
jurors are being
the attacks and the diction, Fleet. f' ; ,
by a team of 15 federal who kept themselves tied together A. VOCATIONAL PROGRAM -
like the tone quality, was wor- They were to rendezvous off
: i
:iti :
marshals brought to Chicago in trios with handkerchiefs ;. FOR ALACHUA COUNTY.
thy of much older singer. the coast with 13 vessels from
from other parts of the coun- while doing their intri- Thursday evening at 8 o'clock other East Coast ports for the Vote For
try. No explanation for the un- cate figures. the McNicols Junior High Atlantic crossing.The .

.usual precaution was given. Africa was represented by School Band, of Hollywood, Roosevelt will relieve the d
the "Zulu Warrier" with boys HARRY
Judge Austin denied a requestby small odd Florida, will give a free concertin attack Carrier Shangri la, EVANS
playing shaped
Maurice J. Walsh, Hoffa's Gainesville High School Audi- which has been in the Mediter <.
drums to chorus singing by all. Superintendent of SchoolsPd. IN G6 ERTOSH
:chief counsel, for the names of torium. This was arranged by ranean the past six months.
Another American dance
:the deputies. very ( Adv.)
popular with everybody, was
I Hoffa, convicted of jury I"Indian Ceremonial Dance"'around
-tampering last month in Chat-' one drum and with

tanooga, told newsmen he would,many different figures. Everything
Tiot comment on any matter was a Ire ady going well ctJ5m0 im

connected with the trial. with the numbers, with two

Judge Austin told the prospective weeks rehearsals yet to go. MOVES MERCHANDISE
Wednesday afternoon, at Stephen
jurors that should they
selected they would be permit Foster Elementary School,
I heard 35 sixth stu-
some grade
a ted day to and call receive their families visits from once dents sing under the direction of :: ; LLFjI1L: w wjJ1Ill'F :! _:, w r. <. tar }

the music teacher, Mrs. Helen
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were in two groups, in regular
trial.A concert chorus style, all singing -
28-count indictment charges from memory, and with 1t
Hoffa and seven codefendantswith young vigor but surprising fine ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A
fraudulently arranging $20
musicianship.The .
million in loans from the Cen- I numbers included compo- FLORIDA ,c.p. '
Poolby the
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Priced at $3,000 to $3,500 .
ing a tight lip these days as
they write citations for viola
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They find the less talking IN. TMt ATRf EACH POOL YOU GET :
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forms that they are using Iden- Special At 7:15 Leaf Net a, pI

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homa Wildlife Conversation De I :


OPEN 2:00 1909 EAST 5th STREET

P.M. aen "7 DARING GIRLS"Adrian DIAL 622-7049 OCALA, t-:

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DONAT ROBERT' This 1 Is the seventh and final 1 of-i.series exposing the plan.of.RALPH TURLINGTON to.become -

"Mr. Big" of Alachua County..Previous ads discussed:

COLOR ier I. Annexation (Heart of Plan) IV. Reapportionment & Greater ControlII.

DC luxer 1S 4 Formation C, On of CAA V. Attempt to Strip Right to Voteas
Vehicle on School Superintendent

III. Control of City Government VI. Expanding City Commissionby


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: OPEN 6:45. SHOW 7:20 increase in price! Another way STAN D A R D
SEE 2 LATE AS 9:20 .' !' .. .

-. "LIMPET FOR THE SHOWN KIDDIES FIRST ,. :. ,,,, that we take better care of your car. j

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