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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:
May 1, 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.
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The great mass of votes in F
south Florida drew the candi- Expansion : II

dates for governor like a magnet

Friday as all six Democ rats wA
port.scrambled for last-minute sup-

Only three full days of poli- a M ti
ticking remained before the No Drop

1 May first primary. Each candidate UF to Investigate

I planned to spend a big i
part of the remaining time in

;I I cities.the populous lower east coast # :e y Ks Charges by TalbotClaims For 38Months

i In highlights of Friday's cam-

paign, former Sen. Fred 0. 'Leak' in ReleaseOf
Dickinson of West Palm Beach .
said that he might find a way His Private Records

to recover $58 million a year
from the federal governmentfor ws4i William S. (Tiny) Talbot's that student's grades and scores Sforo $nrk tmrnWASHINGTON

highways. Sixty per cent charge that his private scholastic are confidential records,*' he The American
of the economy quietly set a record -
gasoline tax from
r money
records at the University of added.
each state collected by federal Thursday that many ob-
Florida have been shown to his
authorities is spent on highway ; Candidate Evans took the opposite servers consider more important -
construction but the other 40 percent >> t opponent in the race for county view in a statement to than the glowing "record

I is not, he said. school superintendent is being the Sun this morning. Said highs" reported monthly in the
4 Evans statistics on output, employ-
offici- :
"It is now considered possible investigated, University
I ment and income.
that we recapture this wander- als said this morning.Dr. "Mr. Talbot is trying to cloud With another month of good
ing 40 per cent of our Florida- k the issue. The real
point should
Y VM. Harry Evans, Talbot's op business completed, the monthof
produced federal gasoline tax, not be missed. He has misrep-
ponent, disclosed publicly that April, the economy established -
; he said. Dickinson added that resented his qualifications to the
Talbot had failed the Graduate a record for peacetime in the
he has talked with other state voters of Alachua County.
leaders who want the same re- Record Examination at the Uni- duration of a period of expan-
demption.Sen. "He states he is not ashamedof sion without recession. April
Evans said his infor-
versity. his academic record. If so was the 38th month of the cur-
John Mathews of Jacksonville mation came from Talbot him- did he this rent which
:.d nw... .. ..d why falsify record expansion, began in
J said that Florida must self. when he gave it to the press. March, 1961, beating the former
-' solve its educational problems Today was May Day but rain washed out the traditional outdoor activities plan- He too is a politician and as record of 37 months in 1945-
t before talk of great industrial ned in several county schools, keeping pupils like Susan Cox in classrooms. Most Talbot denied he ever told such has no unique right to 48.

:'/ development was anything more schools planned to re-schedule May Day programs next week. (Sun Photo by Eddie Evans about his GRE score and personal privacy. When he an- Some analysts claim that the

: than idle chatter. Davis) called on Dean Joseph W h i te nounced for the office his entire expansion from the bottom of

.f "We cannot expect industries of the College of Educatior. to life became an open book for the depression in 1933 to the recession -

to flock to Florida in great numbers Gets investigate his. records room the'public to examine. in 1937 was longer, but

1 IJ'! until we can compete with Wounded Chipley Man where the information is,kept. "The elective system cannot this is generally regarded as a

states like California. The gap work unless voters have all the special case. Mass unemployment -
between what California can offer Vice President Harry M. Phil- facts on which to base an in- persisted throughout the

I 1 in education and what Florida for pott said this morning an inves- telligent choice.-'The public is period.
t can offer is too wide," he Murder .Charge ShootingA tigation is being made to deter- entitled to "an accurate state- Every sign indicates that

I mine if the leak on Talbot's private ment of all facts pertinent to the present expansion has many
. said.Rep. the issue. more months to go, with both
: Fred Karl of Daytona warrant charging first degree Waldo Rd., was slain in a gun youth. records came from the private and government economics -
.lt1 Beach touched on a wide varietyof murder in the killing of a fight which apparently rose out Police arrested a man and University. When teachers and principals convinced it will last

of topics as he made stops in Gainesville storekeeper was issued of a hold-up attempt of the woman yesterday in connectionwith information of this apply for positions they may through the rest of this year at
Brooksville, Dade City and other yesterday for a Chipl e y grocery store. the case.. "Releasing request their grades and scores least.
towns north of Tampa Bay. youth lying in fair conditon at Fired pistols found at the kill- Chief Joiner said they were in kind without permission from be sent from the University for
Alachua General Hospital. ing ,site indicate Culpepper en- the car that transported th e the individual concerned is contrary examination by the employer.In (See RECORD on Page 2))
He said that he would seek
modern'state constitution, which County Judge H. H. McDon- gaged in a gun-battle with his wounded youth to the hospital. to the University's poli- such cases the scores would

would establish the new post of ald issued the warrant for Rob- assailant.A .22 caliber. revolver foundat "We are holding them for in- cies and tradition," Dr. Phil- become part of the files of the Rep. CramerTo

lieutenant governor. He said ert Joiner, 22, who is under police the store with all vestigation as accomplices be- pott said. employer.Dr. .
guard at Alachua ,General grocery fore and after this murder .
further legislative apportion- with bullet wound in his chest. six shots fired has been identified "Our position has always been Philpott said there are
a Joiner said.Funeral Explain
u ent must be made. in Joiner's possession at three places where Talbot'sscores
the hos-
Joiner turned at
*> up
'j Karl: also to seek after R. T. Cul- the time of the murder, accord- Culpepper may be recorded at the ..
promised pital shortly will be held 3:30 p.m. at the Confident BunchOf University: The College of Ed-
Chief W. D. Joiner GOP Slate
pay increases for the teachersin pepper, 69 year-old owner of ing to Police Jones Johnson Funeral Home ucation, Registrar's Office and
a Tampa appearance. He said Culpepper's Market, 1720 N. no relation to the wounded Chapel. 'Governors' the Graduate School.

,j he would give teachers higher Active pallbearers are: How- The "mystery of the pledgedand

i pay to draw more and better I ard W. Murray, Spencer Dixon, MIAMI (AP) Six candi- unpledged Republi can
$ people to the teaching profes- Dixon, Raymond Crews, Staf- watched slates" will be explained by
dates for
sion. Gypsy Put Quake CurseOn ford Crews, M. C. Caddell, imposters lampoon governor them in a St. Petersburg Congressman
Frank Cope, George Beazleyand WHERETO William Cramer here May 9.
Burns, who took his campaign good natured stab at Florida
{ the Florida hit Dashwood. Hicks. politics Thursday night,a skit Harold Hill announced last
i to Keys, at the Ruined Valdez AlaskaVALDEZ
Honorary pallbearers night at a Republican meetingthat
: tri-mester system of year-round are: called "These Were The FIND IT
Joe Crevasse, Virgil W. Har- Cramer will speak to a
Weeks That Were.
operation. He said '
university should be ended Alaska (AP) The way oldtimers tell it, a vard, Claude M. Franks, Judge Comics . . 16 GOP rally here.
the system and gypsy woman''' put a curse on Valdez more than 50 years Harry McDonald, E. L. Holder Then taking part in the fun Classified 19-23 Cramer is head of a Republican -

(See WOO on Page 2)) Jim Hope, Jody Dunagan, R. provided by Sigma Delta Chi, Entertainment 18 slate pledged to Barry
ago.She spat on the ground, said ,some day ,the earth would L. Melvin, Johnny Griner, Bru- professional journalism fraternity Obituaries . 2 Goldwater on the May 26 ballot.A .
I shake, many houses would be washed to sea and the rest ton Tuten, Jim White, Frank the six did the obvious Opinion Page . 4 second slate, which is un-

Satellite May would be moved to nearby Hazelton. Grass would grow over Harrell, Lassiter Mason, Pa t when SDX President Sports .. . 14-15 pledged and is headed by Miami -

1 Valdez. Baggs, Hartwell Ward, Mozelle Fred Sherman said: "W III Women's, . 10 financier William Pawley,
Beam Olympics .,The gypsy lived in Hazelton, a mining village founded in Gainey, Maurice E. Hill and Dr. the real next governor please will be on the ballot opposingthe
the 1890's. She placed the curse when it became a ghost Chester,Ahmann. stand up?" all rose. Goldwater delegation.

BOSTON (AP) When the town as Valdez thrived.
Olympic Games start in Tokyo Valdez was hardest hit of any Alaska city in the great

next fall, a U.S. communications March 27 earthquake. Thirty-two persons; were killed, 85 per After Scare Tot Home Safe I IBy
satellite may be hoveringlike cent of the town was destroyed'and many buildings were
a star above the Pacific to swept into the sea. ,
relay the action to American Now,the City Council plans'to move Valdez to a new loca- -

television viewers. tion four miles away-where Hazelton once stood. JIM MCGUIRK his way home when intercepted .

: .... .... Sun Staff Writer"You're Doesn't Grin by the Trooper.
-- -- -
I already on the radio Only Billy : "Daddy won't spank you. ,"
Billy," an, excited, preschool Mrs. Deas reassured.

voice exclaimed. Won't Me?' Jim Deas kept grinning, but
'Daddy Spank
A corps of the yelling, hap- ha appeared dubious at his
py neighborhood tots collected wife's promise.So .
around five year old Billy
did Billy, who never -
Dean yesterday afternoon when
f the se organized by the sheriff's department dio car chattered into the mi- did grin.
t k youngster arrived. home
s 3 o aA .
his controlled voice
with his father. crophone,
He had been missing five He was friendly, relaxed, continually spreading the happy ending.
hours. grinning. It was over. One Billy' was sad. Dirty 10 A DAY

His parents were 'beaming. Everything had turned out fine. faced, he said as little as he KEEPS THE

His mother, Mrs. Lynda Deas He also appeared embarrassed. could manage. VACANCIESAWAY '
of 133 SE 38th.St.,. was smiling So he picked the old phrase In the car, at home, he didn't
weakly through a crypuffedface. many use when the child is safe get too close to his father.
d2; and half a hundred assorted police He kept edging toward moth- Mrs. Robert Hodges rented
her furnished house from her
SY z \th 'i Al She appeared exhausted. Still, press and other onlookersare classified ad which startedon
she had the presence of mindto listening: "We found him; he put the questionto fhursday and was rentedon
refuse the 'photographer. that's all that matters." her. Saturday. Doesn't seem like
"I'm ** The sheriff's officers also "Daddy won't spank me, will fast results Well. Mrs. Hodges
happy now, she conceded receive 10 calls the first night
kpat "but that's not going were jubilant.A he? went away for the weekendand
+: P a to erase the effects of the last lost child is one that wor- She told bun no, but began forgot to take her ad out
$ t, five hours." ries'the community. The radios firing pointed questions about of the paper. After returning
she called the Gainesville Sun
u ; She had missed Billy about issue terse bulletins. Everyone where he'd been. and reported that her phone
1P.m.After searching the en- whose child it might have "I was down the street," he had been ringing steadily since
tire Pennington Subdivis ion been"listens.Thesheriffs. evaded."I they returned and asked that 1
where the family lives '
N checked every house that has found Billy Trooper Robert he offered."I .
t 'S FURNISHED home 2 BR. 1 mile
people in it, and we looke d Westbury of :the Highway Patrol was coming home, he past Stengel Flt(& For further bw .
through the windows of those : had spotted him walk f n g noted skillfully."I forma-tlon call FR1/. --
..Rr. that don't" She called her along a sidewalk. was at Butch's," he finally .
.: husband Jim at work .and' the 'But the boy was back 'quick- conceded.Mrs. Economical Sun Want Ads "
y'i police. ly and efficiently. The deputies Deas interpreted: he work hard at such low costs. ,

.. -_ ;"i ..J;,:''' .Jk ".!J'Iii' "We searched the woods," appeared just as grateful as had been playing all afternoon the Place 6 your to 12 family day, low want-ad rate plan on! .
t she said, then added softly, the parents. with a buddy who lived a half- Call us' today 372-8441. ,.
The* Finder Trooper 'We tbury. "and the creek." Even the newsmen enjoyed mile away-too long a distancefor Proof of Results '
-. ? .. .The Found: Billy Deas. Jim helped in the search poll iL The WUWU man in the ra a five-year old-and was on .

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f L I 2. Gainesville Sun' Friday, May 1. 1954 '

Weather I More About Civil Rights Descendant Of King Dies
Her Pop Watches Luci 1 RoundupZONES I -

I RecordFrom KILLARNEY Ireland (AP-: home Wednesday, relatives announced

Turn Belle of the Ball Debate, Has. Francis Aexander Eveleigh-;I todyc.He was'63.

B Ross-De-Moleyns, a descendant His Balnagown Castle estates,
f WINCHESTER va. (Ap) grand marshal of, the parade rc Page New .Point of King James IV of Scotlandand in northern Scotland, covered'

Duly crowned queen of the and Luci is to ride on a royal The economy today has few one of Britain's 300,000 acres until he sold
Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival float. 1: +eaattat. of the signs that in 'the past WASHINGTON (AP) The greatest 100,000 for 4207)00; ) pounds ($Ir

Luci Barnes Johnson ."...." have indicated a recession to landowners, died at his Irish 176,000) last year.
The President's appearance+ Senate had a new point to consider
BCD: Mostly cloudy with erwd come-such things as. rising ,
turned belle of the ball at Thursday was unannounced.Even about automatic jury trialsIn -

day ceremony. Luci said she never expected : showers through: Saturday. prices,. a heavy build-up of inventories civil rights cases today:
r Low tonight 60s. High Satur- +4 Euar tsi2ry a leveling or declinein SPRINKLER SYSTEMSFREE
She danced until after mid- .,him to come. s Whether to exempt state offi
day 75 to 82. Variable windsmostly 1s corporate profits, or an over-
and she
', night, when expertly cials.. '
swung into a frog, a spectatortold northeasterly 5 to 15 E aa rapid build-up of new industrial Estimates On Rain Bird '

her: "Boy-after dancing MethodistsMove miles an hour, but slightly capacity.One Sen. John Sherman Cooper, UNDERGROUND SPRINKLER SYSTEMS.

likq your's, there's not a Republican higher near showers.A of the remarkable fea l-Ky., Thursday night introduced

I left in the state of Vir To :scattered Partly cloudy thundershowers and mild with through widely s ey s tures of the current expansion,, an amendment to one Custom installed in your yard. Call FR-64030.SEVILLE'S .

Saturday. Low tonight In 60s. High in the view of most analysts, that called for such trials in all .... '
ginia. Saturday 78 to M. r.Wsus is that it has criminal in the. .. .
proceeded so long contempt cases "
In the last three presidential E F C: Partly cloudy to cloudy wttfi
It' showers through Saturday. Low tonight without notable inflation. civil rights bilL
) I elections, Virginia h as voted IntegratePITTSBURGH 61 to 74. High Saturday mid 80s. Var. any I
table winds 5 to 15 miles an hour but Although fear of revival of .
ki i Republican. The Johnsons- ,higher near showers. The court would have the power

President, First Lady, and 16- (AP) Delegates H: Partly showers cloudy through with Saturday.widely scattered Low- -... \ \ar O inflation exists both in and to punish officials who in NURSERY GARDEN CENTER,

year-old Luci-made apple blossom to the worldwide Methodist tonight 70 to 75. High Saturday near out of government, the recordto their official capacity disobeyedits I
80. South and southwest winds 5 to 15 date shows six of sta- ,
here, and there GAINESVILE WEATHER years
! history General Conference voted acceptance miles an hour. orders.
observers who I J: Partly cloudy through Saturday. bility in wholesale prices and
were some today of a voluntary Scattered showers this evening and Municipal Airport readingsfor UNITARIANUNIVERSAtlSTFELLOWSHIP
l thought it might just have racial integration program for again Saturday. Low tonight 70 to 75. 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: an unusually small upwarc d Until Cooper introduced his:

something to do with the 1964 the church. High K: Saturday Partly cloudy 87 to 92.with widely scat. High 87 at 3 p.m., low 67 at creep in consumer prices of amendment to one offered earlier -: ," .

, presidential campaign. The than 900 delegates tered tonight showers 75 to 80.through High Saturday Saturday.around Low midnight. Rainfall .06 inches. about 1.3 per cent a year. by Sen. Herman Talmadge, it!
President Johnson drove 70 85. Southerly- winds 12 to 18 miles an While most businessmen and had looked like the Senate was: 1204 N.W. 10th AVENUE -
the proposal by an hour rEMFERATURES ELSEWHERE
miles from Washington and overwhelming approved margin. It calls H U Prtcp. many private analysts are skep--all set to vote by the middle of, 11:00 A.M.. SUNDAY ..
Jacksonville '
back Thursday just to spend 45 and Miami $7 74 42 tical, some top governm e n t next week on a substitute proposal SPEAKER: .' ",
for merger of white Negro ...........
I Sunset today. 7-M 76
minutes watching his daughter church subdivisions on a strictly- Sunrise' tomorrow ........ S.44 tjn.p.m. Atlanta Tampa 74 53 economists have a genuine -a compromise calling for, Homer 1 K. .Nicholson Jr."What ...
I' crowned Queen Shenandoah The Moon rises .......... 11.37p.m. New Orleans' 79 61 M hope that the present expansioncan jury trials in only,certain cases.,
basis.In .
tonight and rides
Jj voluntary low. a 41
'I" XXXVII in colorful pageantry effect the church's all-Ne Last Quarter ............... May' 4 New Boston York 52 47 be kept going more or less Now, action apparently must Color is a Liberal Education" .
I Venus In May wilt ch Its
re 53 47 M
greatest -
Schools huge Washington .....
at Handley High Central Jurisdiction, embracing brilliance as an evening star. 51 44 .17 indefinitely. They do not predict come first on the Cooper amendment TOPIC:
I stadium. gro Later In the month In the mornl Kansas City U 52 .51 this..But the latest reportof Rhodes Scholar and Head Dept. English. Florida Memorial
I grassy some 375,000 Negroes, 9 sky Saturn will be loaned by Denver 69 49 before anything can be College St.Augustine, Fla.
! Today, Mrs. Johnson travelsthe would eliminated.. brighter Jupiter and dimmer Mars. Ft.Los Worth Angeles 75 6 S 62 52 the President's Council of done about the substitute.

same route to join Luci at Generally, Methodist observers CEDAR KEY TIDES Seattle 512 .10 Economic ,Advisors!': -said-- there-----
Saturday High at 5:44 a.mend '
the 3% hour grand feature par described the action as 3:57 pm. Low at 10:09 ajn. and 11:45 MARINE FORECAST was nothing "inevitable" abou ,
u' ., -
units, EAST GULF Variable winds mostly u 1ic. :: ,
ade with 200 marching pm.Sunday : recessions. --1'-
J moderate. No enforcement machinery High at 7:05 ..m. and 4:45 northeast through southeast 1 to 15
elaborate floats, bands and a was established.The pun. Low at 11:01 am. knots through Saturday. Showers. Depending partly on how var ONE UNITED S'U NS H-I-N-E.- STATE

I division of antique automobiles. program was drawn up bus economic indicators are ,

Lucille Ball, an actress, is by the church's Commission I I Five-Day Forecast judged, it can be argued tha

'J ADVERTISEMEN1 Relations. the nations of continental West
on Interjurisdictional Temperatures though next 1 Some widely scattered show- BUD DICKINSON
Debate opened Thursday and ern Europe have not had a recession
Wednesday are expected to' ers are expected throughoutthe \\7'
continued into the night. since 1954. The only
average one to four degrees period with rain!all '
I Under the Negro interruption to 10 years of sustained
.church members would be absorbed above normal for the time of amounts quite variable and expansion was a dip in
I year, with little day to day averaging around a half inch. a
..,.t into the five white jurisdictions 1958, so brief and so mild as
3 # change. Normal high temper two or three inches'are likely. for a reces- /
1 which are set up along hardly to qualify
geographical lines. I atures are 83 to 88. Normal Some local accumulmations of sion. BUSINESS-LIKE APPROACH TO

t The program,. officially called"a lows range from 58 at Tallahassee two or trhee inches are like- It was with the hope of Indef. .

plan of action," would not to 73 at Key_ West. ly. inite continuation of the pres-

1 necessarily mix Negro and ent American expansion in mind STATE'S PROBLEM -

A rI white congregations during the Communist May Day Rites that the President and Walter _

1 next four years. However, the W. Heller, chairman of the Headquarters ;

I wording of the plan clearly indicates Show Soviet-China SchismBy Council of Economic Advisors, 534 "N. MAIN ST. t. ; f
church's ultimate to talk about the
.r this is the have begun FR 21189CANDIDATE ,,
I Mx aim. possibility of another tax in a
I memberslive THE ASSOCIATED PRESS sands of soldiers and workers I few
The 375,000 Negro I years.
mainly in the area of the The Communist world held its marched. Western observers, According to the council's analysis -

j Southeast Jurisdiction. annual May Day rites today with!said the 20-foot rocket appearedto the continued expansionof FRED CUD

There are 9.6 million white massive outpourings of people in be for field use against planes the economy will inevitably

3 Methodists in this country. Moscow and Peking and the'at medium or low altitudes.*" generate a large budget surplus

r. Southern delegates offered opposition usual tough talk about the in- Standing by Premier Khru- even at the newly reducedtax

to the plan, mainly inthe vincibility of communism. i,shchev atop Lenin's tomb, Soviet rates. Such a surplus, in

JOHN CONNELL form of delaying action. But the great schism between Defense Minister Marshal Rodi-' their view, is a potential dragon
Some other opposition came the Soviet Union and Red China on Y. Malinovsky warned that, the economy, by reducing for GOVERNOR s ,

JUDGENow :rom delegates who felt the the Soviets aggregate demand. _____
COUNTY cast its shadow over the gala are strong enough to
: did not far enough
go : -
celebrations. The Soviets refus- smash any attacking imperialist I
n. removing racial barriers inthe Gainesville Sun
has come the time church. ed to attend the Peking rally state. Algeria's President Ah ,

for us to plan ahead con Passage required a simple and withdrew an invitation to med Ben Bella and an array of Published evenings except I

structively instead of look majority of the delegates, about a Chinese labor delegation to government officials and visitors Saturday, and Gainesville Sunday mom-Pub- -
ings by the ry -
ing back at yesteryear. As one-third of whom are from the view the annual parade in Mos- were on the reviewing stand. lishing Company at 101 SE wu.rrr..rr, .2a.aa.

citizens of Alachua County South. cow's Red Square. Red China's Premier Chou En-! 2nd Place Gainesville' Florida

what do you want most I Earlier, the delegates voted East Germany, Bulgaria, Hungary lai told a reception for 1,300 matter and entered at the as Post second Office class at

from your County Court? down a proposal to eliminate and Czechoslovakia joined foreign visitors on the eve of the Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .

Courteous Service? Cooperation 'the church's six jurisdictions- the Soviets in their boycott of big rally in Peking's main RATES BY

i in handling worth together as a means of effect! the Peking festivities. square that his country would CARRIER OR MAIL

1 less checlc$,?b Help family in finding 1)robJ', "racial;integration. : Many non-Communist countries -win its quarrel with the Soviet 1 Week .45 !it Sigh Springs Herald
solutio '
a in -the also held May Day celebration Union and other Communist 3 Mos. $5.85
lems? Cooperation to honor their labor force. critics.
of the duties of ZMiituaritJ. All man subscriptions must
performance there few such activities Boasting of China's new
? You will get' But were : be paid in advance.
your agency in the United States, whereabor's strength, Chou also lashed out 'idorses Thompson
all of these when you elect I C. GRIFFINJ. I Member of Audit Bureau of
the United States.
t John L. Connell County C. Griffin, the father ofMrs. big holiday occurs in against i Circulation.All :

f S. R. Fagan, 731 NW 25th September.The I "A new upsurge has appeared I I .
Judge.In .
Soviet Union unveiled hi the struggle of the people of material contained herein Is ,II
addition you will get Ave., died this morning at his anew production in whole or In part Is HeraldHigh
trained and experienced Ga. after antiaircraft twin rocket during the whole world against the U.S.I the property of the Gainesville II High Springs
someone home in Macon, along Publishing Company (c) 'MM. Re-
in Criminologyand illness. a parade through Red imperialist policies of aggression strictly. forbidden without the written Editc'- Springs Herald -
in which tens of thou- and he said. I oermlsslon of the publisher.
Corrections. Someone Hart Funeral Home of Maconis Square war, j I .

who is interested in makingour in charge. Thursday, March 12,1964

juvenile program
best in the state and will use

all. available resources and llorAbout I

latest techniques to as ,
the 3;
that our children who Woo
get into trouble today will f' ANNOUNCING A PARTY
have an opportunity to be >

come tomorrow's responsible From Pace 1 HERALD :

citizen. blamed Gov. Farris Bryant with THE HIGH SPRINGS. InterestofNeWS : \
You will get someone who in the '
starting it. Published ,
worked first hand with .Plctur e Paper County '
at the insistence of Alochuo
was A Weekly Western ...
ill and retarded. and
the mentally the 1961 Springs
Farris Bryant that Leg High
I can assist you in making islature inserted a provision in I Every Thursday : :- ..
the proper plans for published ,
the appropriation bill that COMMISSION'
the event COUNTY ,
your loved one in caused the tri-mester," he said. fOR

toot this becomes a prob He said that tri-mesters allowed WE PICKTHOMPSON their bus.,. ,

lem with you. I am interested both students and univer- emission go about make ...

in a progressive and will cooperatewith mental sity teachers too little time. .WHEN : As the candidates votes for,County it; would be well for the even voters thoughisions it'S ain .. .. ;
program of ,
Mayor Robert King High at lining up the mertter ..
other interested per- ness their awn has to soy. .
Miami said that he had learnedto oflisten candidate
sons and organizations in \ FRIDAY, MAY 1, 7 A.M. to II P.M. sorne dec to what the ? I k
make economies in handling, idea to l constructive prograrn
first class men- good at a oven
bringing a city affairs which could be applied WHY OFFICIAL offer in the way of putting it
to this he to he has ..
tal health program on a statewide. basis. What has do you think of the body,
area. I do not believe that o I will that And hoW much chance four other members ? t
"As governor, see GRAND work with his projects
committedto OPENING for
should be able will he get
person these practices, these economies Will he cooperation 01
institution much and
a state mental order'of he wi II,.how asked -
the if
in are
government Q w and be
until all other available resources X p .-- that can electiot> .
said. Package questions \
the High
have been utilized day, fry s There are many available until after
Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland ilY, L are not
answers cornrnission
first. to utilize scheduled appearances in Mi- WHAT: I course the he takes his seat in the We have
I also promise
ami, the Florida Keys and Jack and Arthur Thornpson.
the Law University School and of all Florida other, sonville for today.A k Northcentral Florida's, newest, biggest and_ most k'. Our choice in this contest with Commissioner Brandon .vs.fSSassE .

available resources to better Republican candidate, Rep. complete line of packaged goods, liquors, wines, nothing to fight about merely believe that Thp son .. '

han- Charles Holley of St. Petersburg tt. cordials mixes have it! WershoW, we county-
qualify myself in the beer you name it,- we lames end of the If
noted that nearly all the Democratic 9 our trail'
dling of the duties of this, candidates had expressed ;1 ., If net, we'll get it. best job "representin.g and thot's a good ride'
office. There is seven (7)) he's stubborn Maybe .
months between election opposition to the "so-called civil a We've discovered half of the time. but it J JdO
bill. be
and the time that I take rights c you happen to talked o 2nd
office. I will audit the "Their. opposition to it is like terrnined in his d thateven
trying to sandbag your house DRIVE-IN WINDOW
courses which are deemedthe w get the :
r snt
most necessary at this, against the flood after helping ,ALWAYS AT SUPER MARKET PRICES persuaded.
time and from time to time, tear down the dam," he said. best thing to do. hoW they'shDuld : I
will take "The Constitution and the Bill it's the of telling anyone the opoor-
thereafter coursesas Idea
had '
of Rights were written to serveas \-Ierald has no every voter 'office. .
will (On The if !
time permit. my OPENING\ SPECIALSGOOD would be splendid for p ubll
controls over the concentration it .:.
candidate -
time and not the Counties) vote. In fact to talk to every imagination;we,, -
(Pd. Adv.) of power. and the time stretch of the -
tunity possible' by any

VOTE FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY I SinCe our that op isn't anion. business and his public:;
W. S. "Tiny MAY 1 and 2 Thompson has done, in his a rid that he can cornrnlSSIoner ge! a ngng
that he can gedemonstrated t moke a good
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WASHINGTON "If there Unadvertised I i ..
We any, P1ants..or animals on The Many :
I Mars, they are so small that Specials Throughout I I ,

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;1 This is the conclusion of Dr.
Gerard P.' (ii per, a leading
;j authority on-the planets, based
oa reeent'observations of the
water content of the Martian

-''There are no trees on
Mars," he said. There. is not
I enough wa t er to support anyit -
I it thing but microscopic

J1.t 11 Dr. Ktrfper heads the lunaryand
II ""l I tI I II;I H I u
planetary laboratory of the lllllllGilllllu 1l1ll11 iI
i h
University of Arizona, in Tuc I I I I ,
j son. He spoke at a session on I

I the theuaESual:: atmosphere meetings of Mars of during the e FRI. NITE 9 P.M.12 MIDNIGHT. =
1 American Geophysical Union. I

He and other participants did ''0
not: rule out the possibility of
me:on that planet. In fact they ,
rejected suggestions that the
aiHf Mars is rich in poisonous I I '
I nitrogen oxygen compounds.

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The haze makes Mars look A 3.00 VALUE 3.96 54ft.
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j-. "aftttsuill Sun' THE OF 9 h' Case of 'The Beagle's' Ear'' \'\,1

J -
35Vm V nrk mtmt mouth of his fictional character able publicity of the small in- liam HI.- of the United Kingdom -
JOHN ... HARRISON. PrctUwt **4FrtlUhert
PAT COWLES. Vic PretWdtcnti SOUTHBy By ARTHUR KROCK "David Harum": "A cident when he gave this lame and Ireland was thrownby
horse and
JOHNSOX. Tie Pr.iM.ntui his died.
ED reasonable number of fleas explanation of it to White
Excevtlf Eiitert W. G. Bill) WASHINGTON President King Alexander of Greece
: Florida's Beautiful ,, PrcsUeat Ud ACTrtUiag is good for a dog." They accept House guests. He was also an-
I XBEBSOLE. Tic Johnson has displayed so sure succumbed to-'the bite of his
University.Cit'Cit:? Dtre.Ut| BOB TART A G. RALPH :McGILL this, though neither they noyed with himself for the pet monkey, "Him," the
UONE. Tic FredJeal *al Aratlrties an instinct for doing and say-
) : sxeer. I Politier U. AtUaU Prfa fttaninr frustrated Republicans were as fitting Westcott's design to perception of what is and isnot yelped, which; was ''probably

: THE SUN'S POLICY beginning to despair it ever record Yankee pragmatic phi- sound crowd psychology. a canine paraphrase of, the
The Lure ,.
columns would losophy. Above all, the President is a request of the character in
: 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news fail him. But when the
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials other day he lifted his pet humane man, with deep and "Don Quixote" who said"Trythat
j 3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. beagle by the ears to pleasethe BUT THOUGH they will in sincere compassion for the ...on. some-other dog."

I Of news photographers he time evaluate the President's unfortunate and the helpless, If Johnson will confer with
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-3728441 claims for election on less
J forgot the _fundamental poli- man or beast. his Under Secretary of Commerce -
Want Ads-376-4672 tical fact, that for everyone emotional issues, they will he will find that ani-
JI' i I The BardMy who might possibly love a never assent to the theory thatit NOW THAT he has had this mal lovers also made trouble

news photographer there are is "good for a dog" to be second disagreeable reminder for President Franklin. D.

J perhaps millions who unques- levitated by the ears whetheror of the restraints the presidency Roosevelt. So much so that

Connell Is Convincing first acquaintance with tionably love a dog. not the reason is that "if imposes on infpulsive although the source was not
you follow dogs you like to displays of his natural exhu- himself but a member of his
I' Fear abides with us here in Alachua (2) a high percentage of children. William Shakespeare the, the fifth abiding millions resentment nourish against no hear them yelp." berance the first was when family, the President thoughtit
, County, filtering through our goy committed to state institutions, ((3)a peerless grade at, came the old Fourth Dis- Edward Noyes Westcott for Johnson was embarrassedand he released his surging ener- prudent to ordecTbat'member :
gies at the wheel of his Lincoln to come home.
ernmental structure and paralyzing a tendency to treat delinquents as trict School in Chattanooga, the remark he put in the annoyed by the unfavor- Continental in Texas -, This incident occurred,. when

significant segment of our popula "court cases," thus providing inadequate Tennessee.had That was the year He BELOW OLYMPUS By ll""I< "li he can find comfort in the the President's third son and
we a new principal.
i tion. counseling and too-infrequent history which recounts a real- namesake was being, tutoredin
had the idea that pupils oughtto
ly serious event that involvedan the rudiments of'bullfighting -
I, referral to other agencies. be stimulated to read,'and r
We speak of fear the legal profession he arbitarrily set aside a, pe- ear. This ear was not adog's by Sidney Franklin'*.".* "The
but man's. It cut Brooklyn Matador.
feels for County Judge H. H. riod on each Thursday after- a was
J Judge McDonald has oppositionin t off, not pulled. And the sev-
1'1 in which all grades from v 1S
McDonald. his current race, which will be decided noon t erance led directly to a bloody THE UNDER SECRETARYwas
to have read-
up were ,
in the May 5 primary. His opponent ing done by the teacher or by .,.. armed conflict.On on holiday in Seville at
/ McDonald has held office that time after completing
Judge is John Connell whose 34
individuals in each class. In .y1 a homeward voyage to his
I, since 1941. Twice, if his informal remarks years appear few beside those of order to start us off he, England from the West Indiesin sophomore, in the seasonwhen year at. Harvard

I to voters are correctly construed Judge :McDonald's 62. Connell is educated himself read a chapter fromH. ")" ,. 1731, the brig "Rebecca"was young bulls were in training

l'' he has verged on retiring. in social work, has been a Rider Haggard's "She." -10.- .' ','.." L. boarded by the Spanish for the arena on the ranch of
: But when the band strikes up campaign 'counselor and parole officer and The next week he came at us >,'" ,tt ": coastguard, whose commander Don Romuldo de Arias, at the
with Shakespeare read : : ,,:-
I some cut off the ear of the brig'smaster
outskirts of the As
tunes and the fish sizzle in city.
has been in
more recently private ings. .- Capt. Robert Jenkins. Franklin D, Roosevelt Jr.,
the pan, the Judge always has answered business. i" The British press- and the recalled it how he was only

the call.We THERE WAS a lot of Shake- political opposition to the gov- "playing with the young
speare at college and when ernment in power exploitedthis bulls" under the
i Connell is not a lawyer. The boardof supervisionof
: the Ben Greet Players cameto incident to the degree thatit Brooklyn's
don't mind Judge :McDonald one citizen who
directors of the Eight Judicial
Robert Mantell
town, or or became
a major
provoca- ever earned the honored rankof
t hitting the campaign trail. Circuit Bar Association feel this is a Fritz Leiber, I was one of tion of the 1739 war between "Espada.

fatal flaw in Mr. Connell's qualifica those around eager to carrya Britain and Spain that devel- But to animal lovers in the

: But we do object to the pall of tions. They feel it so strongly that spear or to be an off-stage oped The War of Jenkins' United States that was bull-

silence surrounding the campaign. Monday the Board adopted a resolu noise. Whenever Julius Caesar Ear into the war of the fighting; and their protests
the has and was scheduled we always Austrian succession. brought a message from the
Judge opposition
Yes, tion which-to all intents and pur- were sure of a chance as President

plenty of it. Many are small jobholders poses-endorses Judge :McDonaldand Caesar had to have a volumeof THE PRESIDENT can also ( chance to at this that departmentby time in

who deem as crude: his handling reads Mr. Connell out of the sound when he came back turn to history for the consolation Seville) to this general effect:

of juvenile and other delicate cases. human race. with prisoners and loot and ----- -.-- that the domestic petsof "Find Franklin and tell him

Many are lawyers, who have felt theJudae' Rome turned out to ch e e r other 'great personages the Humane Societies are on
him. Also, when Marc Anthony "I 1 don't know whether to devote my energies to civil have been the source of mis neck and to
come straight
abrasive in court my
tongue We take strong issue with the was stirring up the crowd rights demonstrations this summer or to giving up fortunes far exceeding the home."

dealings. local bar association.We o'er the poor, dagger rent smoking." passing, fugitive political. Wil Straight home he came, too.
body of Caesar, there was

And all are scared to talk. need for murmurs from the
have burrowed into last Sep crowd. THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT

tember's special issue of the Florida

The little men are fearful of their Bar Journal And while we are no Luck was with me in that a

Jobs. The lawyers fear courtroom re- first rate Shakespearean
wizards at mathematics, we come up Dilemma Over
tribution. Not even those actively with the fact that 19 of Florida's 67 comedian, Robert Straus, was Bobby KennedyBy
with Fritz Leiber's .
company.He ..
opposing Judge McDonald are willingto .
J counties have County Judges who had coached our prep
be known. As one of the most determined are not lawyers. And these 19 also school dramatic group for DAVID LAWRENCE en in the party organizationswere torney General has built upa Attorney General a liability to

: observed, "If I had two serve as Juvenile Judges. three years, and with him WASHINGTON The big- disappointed and became significant national follow- the Democratic ticket -

c : million dollars, I wouldn't care. But around to speak a word to Lei gest question in national politics apathetic because the ing, has established a reputa- there wouldn't be the slightest -

: : I make living this and who ber I moved on to playing today is not merely'who Attorney General had been tion of his before the
my way, Not all of these counties are turned down. own even hesitancy on the part of
the second
: wants to be vulnerable?" parts gravedigger will become the Republican time he was appointed to the
backwoodsey (examples-Lake and and that of messen- presidential nominee but There are those on the other some highly placed Demo-

.. Okaloosa, plus wealthy Gadsden). gers in Macbeth were my tri- whether Attorney General Robert hand, who say that Mr. attorney generalship. He'dmade crats in urging President
L In addition, there is the cliquish But umphs and also, the messen- Johnson had better let well I believe, an outstand- Johnson
most important, these 19 counties ; F. Kennedy will be the ing record in the Senate rack- to choose the Attor-
i nature of the legal fraternity. In contacting contain 174 lawyers who appar- ger who enters the throne nominee.It enough alone-that the "civilrights" ets committee."I ney General for.the vice-
other room in Hamlet and says, is enough to controversy may cost
in Flor-
y County Judges ently see little wrong with practi- easy say presidential nomination The
"Letters, my Lord, from him votes in the North and
that the dilemma is the
ida about ramification of the Alachua more
cing under a non-lawyer judge. In personally any age argument wouldn't be an
Hamlet. My performance oretical than real and that South anyway, and that he
:. County race, we encountered the Macbeth had a short lived shouldn't complicate the situation fair evaluation would sug obstacle especially since the

wall of silence. Said one West Florida The important fact to rememberis fame on the Vanderbilt cam- his President own running Johnson mate.will pick by making it theoreti- gest that he's done a capablejob President political strength of the late
as Attorney He'sbeen himselfwas
Judge, when asked about his own relations that 30 pus and around the newspaper cally possible for Bobby Ken- Kennedy
per cent of Florida's But the problem is not so
coun- work involved in the National to no small extent due
office where
: with lawyers, "I've been ties have County Judges who are not occupied surplus part-time time. simple. The American people nedy to be president some Security Council on the crucial to the image of youth presented -

: knowing Judge McDonald for years, lawyers. And this although the aren't ready yet to con- day. questions of Cuba and to the young voters of the -

and I'm not about to interject myself woods are full of attorneys.The IN ACT FIVE there is a cede that national party MANY POLITICIANS in Southeast Asia. He's been in- country, whose number is con _;
in hii race.u conventions should be bossed volved in foreign andI siderable.It .
scene in the castle. Macbethhas their of the policy,
by the winner of the presidential private analyses
just had word from the feel therefore he has consid-
Gainesville Sun wishes John nomination, although situation suggest that Mr. erable is surprising to find, incidentally -
him of following of his
i In addition to the fearsome atmosphere Connell was an attorney to meet doctors Lady Macbeth's informing madness and there have been such in- Johnson will virtually have to throughout the country. own in a country devotedto
of the current in in take a computer to figure out the of Democracy
campaign, the technical objections of the bar approaching death. A mes- stances recent years principles
we do not have a satisfactory up-to- association. But he isn't enters urgently and both parties.SO ,what gains and losses are in- "But I think when you talk such widespread acquiescence -
a lawyer, senger volved in selecting or failingto about the question of the vice in the idea that
; date
accounting : kneels.
on Judge McDonald'shandling and
we can live with
FAR AS the friends of select Bobby Kennedy for presidency you have to keepin the selection of a vice presi-
of juvenile cases. We will Macbeth. The devil damn Bobby Kennedy are concernedthe the vice-presidential nomination mind that this decision

remind of one fact. A local "blue rib- But we are firmly convinced :Mr. thee black, thou cream fac- fight has hardly begun. -and then try to come will be made, as it should be dent who is, of course, a

bon" study committee four years ago Connell will serve Alachua County ed loon! They are very influential in- up with an answer.In made, by President John- possible president-should not

found the Alachua County Juvenile ably and humbly as County Judge. Where got'st thou that goose side the party in the big cities Washington in the last son." be voted of the on a And free that convention the-

Court with (1) a high percentage of And to that look? of the populous states three years many observers
end, we recommend: him have said from time to time Were it not for the "civil choice should be dictated by
There is ten thou- which have large electoral
: :hildren confined in the County Jail, to the voters of Alachua County. Messenger.sand votes. These individuals are that they thought the Attorney rights" controvery which the presidential nominee himself ,
K some folks in the inner circle after the manner of a j
Mambeth. Geese villain? active politicians who worked was far more
Messenger. Soldiers sir. under Bobby Kennedy when conscious of the facts of life here think might make the party boss.CWashington ,

I Macbeth. Go prick thy face he was running his brother's and was even more astute in ,I

Voice of the and over red thy fear. campaign, the convention of his understanding of public
People Thou lily livered boy .. 1960. They are persons who affairs than was his brotherin Memo
Death of thy soul! Those feel there is a sentiment for the White House. The latter -

linen cheeks of thine the Kennedy name inside and it has often been reported Washington Bureau

sOn The Sun's Are counselors to f e a r. outside the party which relied heavily on the
: Opinion Page= What soldiers, whey-face?! amounts to a real emotion.It Attorney General for advice UPSTAGED: The day after White House Press Secretary

: Opinions and comment .f Sun readers are welcome In the Voice .f the P.* t. Messenger: The English is all very well to say not merely on legal questionsbut George Reedy got his new hair-do a couple of weeks ago
-- must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will .. withh.ld I requsted molly A letter inn' Letters force, so please you. by way of rebuttal that the on national and international President Johnson came Into the room while Reedy was talking -
exceed 500 words and must be written should week I was
not en only MM MM/ For a or so
: Sun reserve the ri9h t. relect .? letter or to ahoma tt. MKS SC ; Poetry the co"not" uae4. The faced, and 1ily-Uvered. present Attorney General has policies. to some reporters. Said LBJ "Yesterday Imade four
'ntent. s "sf writer'_ m..nin, or goose antagonized the South politi- Last Sunday night in an
Never was there such tri ally by his dramatic moves interview broadcast by radio speeches, I talked to a whole room full of the nation's leadIng -

: Asks Candidate Speaks Out years of service to education. umph as to be identified as in enforcement of court orders station WBZ in Boston, Sena- newspaper editors. This morning all I see in the papersis

: For Facts For Evans During World War H, he en- a Shakespearian performer. in "civil rights" cases. tor Edward M. Kennedy un- a picture of your new haircut.

tered the Navy as an Apprentice ALAS, FOR young dreams. But for every electoral vote equivocally set forth his bro .
Seaman and that could be lost in the South ther's qualifications for th e OimmTED: Just before the President announced settlement
rose to the
: EDITOR Sun As unde- Fritz
: an EDITOR Sun: I believe it The next year, kindly
nomination.The .
: cided observer in the current to be the right and duty of free rank of Lieutenant Commander. Leiber said, "First, let me it is contended that there are vice-presidential Senator of the railroad dispute he left the White House for the
Upon his far electoral votes at Massachusetts
: race for county school sup people to speak out when im- the service, separation he returned from say we'll take you with the stake more in the North that could said: television studio without saying why he was going on the air.
erintendent, I am consIder- portant issues are at stake. I to company. Now, let me tell you A of wire
couple service when
: ably puzzled and somewhat wish to take this opportunity school and earned his Masters that your voice will never be lost if key men and wom "I would say that the At- reporters were standing

: :. disturbed. to speak out openly for Harry degree in School Administration permit you to play any major --- he got into his car after confering briefly with Bill Moyers,

Evans candidate for school and Supervision. He role there would be no his assistant. One of the reporters, making ail educated stab
: Mr. Evans seems to have later entered the I blinked backa YOUR LAWMAKERS
: superintendent.I University good fuutre. in the dark, said "When did they settle the railroad thing,
: a fine background of qualifi- of Florida where he received quick stinging in my eyes
: cations for the office. Rather wish to clarify some of the his Doctoral Degree in Voca- and thanked him. It was my One of the finest services 'a person can do himself and country Bill?" "About 5:30" Moyers responded beforeijhe realized he

than promote himself on his misinformation that is being tional Education. last scene. Somehow after is to write his congressman or senators on matters of im had been tricked. As the reporters ran to their telephonesthey

: own experience and capabilities cast about The records show Harry Evans that, there was no fun in being were trailed by Moyers vainly imploring them not to
was ,
however he has engaged that Harry Evans has employed portance.
many noises and
off-stage mes- his boss. 1
by the General scoop +
: in a mudslinging attempt years of almost continuous Extension Di-
senger. Congressmen and senators do not know your feelings on
vision .
to deface and degrade the of the University of .
service beginning in Those whose job it is to use them advised writing CHAOS: Telegram received bureau from Na-
: character of W. S. "Tiny" 1925. He Florida in 1950-1951. He was certain legislation unless yon keep by by a news
Talbot It must be noted that the fifth served as a teacherof employed by the Ala c h u a words are perhaps not humble them. They appreciate your interest in the job they are doing tional Educational Television (NET): "Regret to infprm you
grade, teacher of enough, or not humble often that news release and transcript for NET' 'Issue The
: Mr. Talbot has withstood the County School Board
English and social studies in during in Washington.This .
enough. The anniversary of Stakes in Viet Nam" are incorrect Durinltranscription \
attacks admirably in his refusal 1957-1960 as Director of Voca-
:- to stoop to such tactics. high schools, principal of elementary tional Education. During this Shakespeare is a humbling country is YOURS. Keep it.that way. It Is YOUR duty of the program panelists' names were transposed. While
junior and senior event He could do things with quotes are correct they are attributed in many places to the
Of all county offices, the time
: many new vocational to write YOUR and senators.
race for supervisor of the high schools. These experiences words similes, metaphors congressman wrong person. There is no way for us at this late moment to

: men and women who teach were in Wetzil and other programs were developed and As images' symbols and the making THEIR ADDRESSESSen. correct the transcript Please tune in to the broadcast foe

and supervise our children Kanawha counties in West director programs improved. of sentences that leap like T your news story."

: should be kept honest, Virginia. His record further he organized and conducted goats and sing like music- Spessard L. Holland,.Room lit, Senate Office Building, ;
shows that every change of a county-wide surveyto that no one else has been able
free of
: above-board, and political determine the vocational Washington, D. C. /1" "
chicanery. position was a promotion car- to match. All the best exam- 4. ; '
: Please stand on your own rying,added responsibility. He needs ed of_the county. He work- ples of comedy, drama, hu- Sen. George A. Smathers, Room 4313, New Senate Office f -

two feet Mr. Evans. Let received three promotions closely of with Education the State, Uni-Department mor, tragedy, slapstick and Building, Washington, D. C. F2W ;Jd k PJht "

: make our choice on the within the same county school beauty are in S h a k Bofldj 1
us versity of Florida and withlocal Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews, Room 1329 Longworth .
basis of facts, qualifications system. He has never been business. and The range of man's hopes and ing, Washington, D. C. '. *' : and intentions. discharged or failed to be industry.See sorrows, his grief and joy are I). .< t A < I .I R

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ALACHUA NEWS {, i charge 10 a.m.J, e VDtion
CONSCIENCE Final Meeting Set services 11 a.m. Rev. J. S.

COLORED NJEWSVFChildfCofeiriI The final meeting of the ParentTqchersociationofA. Shannon will preach. Both the

... : L. choir and ushers 'are asked to
( OF' : '
f: Jihtt5 il1 .iut : / j News Editor ** MebanerHigh .School' for ,this serve. There will be a program,

.... ..., : '. ,..- f! term-will be heldattie schoolon 3 p.m. Moses Blakney,*sponsor.
-3 -
) THE. :t ChURCh fcBENEFEt** though malerialsiorsome'classes Monday, May 4: at; 8Kp.m. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter.

I are necessary. Time specifications !- During the" meeting: there Zion Temple A. 1t1. E. -
Lunches will be sold at the, will be the election of officers. Church School 10
JOHN E.S HASKISOX President mdFibllsberi will be given upon reg ajn.; morn-
I ._qttM4.ITh PAT COWLES. Tic Prcslienti SOUTHByRALPH home of Mrs. Ora Mae Rentz or I istration. Special Notice ing worship, Communion, 11
: ED JOHNSON Tie President Saturday night at Paradise, All members of Queen Esther a.m.; and evening services,

S Florida's Beautiful Ml ExeemtlT EditorS W. G. BID) Fla., for the benefit of St.Luke's ,.. Court, Heroines of. JerichoNo. Communion, 6:30 Choir .
< A*
___Ia--h'' EBEKSOLE. Tie President u >
'University IViID Tertlslaf Direetori BOB TAKTAG* Missionary Baptis 1!t 217, are asked to meet at schedukd for Thursday
City :McGILL Church.. The Juvenile No. 113 the regular meeting in
: XJONE. Tic PrciUdcBt ad CtrcoU- Pulitier Prize Lodge place has been set for Saturday,
: ti.. HaaacUoI I Of U* Atlanta,Winning(Ga.) CeuU'.Uaa Publisher will hold its regular meeting Alachua, Tuesday, May 5, at 8 6:30: p.m. Rev. W. L. Souder,

Saturday, ,May 2 at 4 p.m. at pastor.
I i THE SUN'S POLICY The COMMUNITY RECREATION the home of Miss Rosa M. pjn.Mrs.. Jessie. Jones, delegate,

: 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. Lure Brown of 915 S. E. 7th Street will give a report from the FRIENDSmpCHOmS' UNION

J 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials CENTER Applications for the trip to Grand Lodge. The Friendship Choirs' Union

I ; : 3. Publish all sides of important controversial' issues. i- A six-weeks session of classes. Tampa, Sunday, May 24, are to During the meeting, the dues will present its monthly inspira-
I 4'
.1) : The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 Of and activities for aU age groupsare : be submitted during the meet- are to be paid. tional program at the Friendship
.; ;; ing, and dues are to be paid. -' -r-:
Baptist Church
I now open for registration Rev.D. .
;il 1 If! Want Ads-376-4672 with emphasis on the following I IN MEMORIAM E. White, pastor, Tuesday,

The BardMy : NOTICES I In memory of my dear mother May 5, at 8 p.m. F. G. Wingate,
: Mrs. Daisy Jackson, who president
Arts and Crafts Registrantswill ; Mrs. G. L. Souder,
Both Ushers' Boards Nos. 1 departed this life May 1, 195
from 8 and
Connell Is range age up,
J : Convincing : first acquaintance with and will be divided into two;I and 2 of Mt. Moriah Baptist at Plant City. *.
classes and two Church will have a joint meeting You are gone but not forgotten. PERSONALS ; -- '

: Fear abides with us here in Alachua (2)' a- high percentage of children; William Shakespeare, the Model Plane age Building-groups.For. at the home of Mrs. Stacy Lela Johnsin, daughter, I Miss Mary H. Turner and

: County, filtering through our governmental committed to state institutions; (3) grade peerless at, came the old Fourth in the fifth District boys only, from 8 years old. Crawford, of 600 S. W. 5th St., and family. Miss Carrie Simpson, both of

I : structure and paralyzing a to treat School in For this class, a selection of f Saturday. Ft. Lauderdale were visiting in I'I'I
a tendency delinquents as Chattanooga, BOARD MEETING SET
Both and chicken
significant of materials are on display at the chitterlings Gainesville yesterday.Mrs. .
I segment our popula Tennessee. That the
"court thus inadequate was year I There will be board
cases, providing Recreation Center. dinners will be sold in the dining a meeting Helen Foster returned to

,1 Ii ;: ; tion.* counseling and too-infrequent h we had a new principal. Head Ballet For the girls, this room of the Mt. Moriah Baptist -- of the Help and Aid Convention the city yesterday from Atlanta -
the idea
referral to other agencies. that pupils oughtto has already been in progress Church Saturday. on Saturday, at 1 p.m., Ga., where she was called
1 : .. We speak of fear the legal pro- be stimulated to read, and with spirited participation. The at the Mt. Moriah Baptist I: because of business.Mr. 1

: fession feels for H. H. he arbitarrily set aside a period class Church with Rev. L. A. T i 11- and Mrs. James R. Crawford
County Judge Judge McDonald has opposition on each Thursday afternoon is open to all from 5 to 15 BUSINESS MEETING
man, pastor.
and son, Jim, all of
McDonald. yars of age. Trenton -
ir his current which will be decided in which all grades from PLANNED All officers and also
race, Pool Instruction This acti- members N. J., arrived here yester-

I y1 i in the May 5 primary. His opponent the fifth done up by were the teacher to have or reading by- vity is open to all who possess The choral group of LodgeNo. are urged to be present. day on a two-week vacation with
Judge McDonald has held office
is John Connell, whose 34 individuals i in each class. In the interest but lack skill. Age 113 will meet Tuesday, May friends.
"I since 1941. Twice, if his informal remarks for both rehearsaland William Anderson of Ocala
years appear few beside those of rder to start us off he, ranging from 10, adult included. 5, at 8 p.m. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS
( to voters are correctly construed Adult night has been a business meeting at the passed through Gainesville yesterday -
; games
Judge McDonald's 62. Connell is educated himself, read a chapter fromH. Mt Carmel Baptist Sunday
l devised for adult to home of Charlie Ross, of 704 en route to Jacksonville.
I he has only explore -
verged retiring. Rider
on Haggard's "She. School 9:30
in a.m.; morning
social: .work, has been a the uses of recreation S.W. 5th Terrace. Miss Annie Mae Thomas, of
But when the band strikes cam- The next week'he came at us worship, Baptism, 11 a.m.
up ;; St.
counselor and. parole officer;' and facilities. Friday nights from 7 The members are urged to be Petersburg, passed through
paign tunes and the fish sizzle in ;with some Shakespeare. read- B.T.U., 5:30: p.m.; and evening;: Gainesville
yesterday route
to 11. Charlie Ross en
more recently..has been: in 'private present. president ,
the pan, the Judge always has an- business. ."' .\ ings. Adult Sewing for women L ; Mrs. D. L. Scott, reporter. worship mid week, 7 p.m.Meditation There Services will be!: to visit at the Edward Waters
: at Jacksonville.
= swered the call. THERE'WAS College
. takes place Tuesday and
lot of Shakespeare every
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.; Youth For Mr. and Mrs. Robert Evans,
-- Connell,is not a lawyer. The'board .. at college and when Thursday night at 7:30 p.m., is um Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., and l of Tampa, were guests of Mrs.

a = We don't mind Judge McDonald of directors the 'Eight the'' Ben Greet Players came still open for new registrantLI PLANS MEETINGThe also both Choirs Nos. 1 and 2!: Evans' relatives here yester

hitting the campaign trail. of Judicial to town, or Robert Mantell or ." Mrs. A. H. Hasty will have their rehearsal, and I

:. Circuit'Bar Association n feel a :Friti.Leiber. I was one of" a Ladies Hat Making Course; Floral Court Lodge No. Ushers' Board No. will meet, 8'' day.Miss Ann Miller of Deland,

: fatal flaw in Mr. ,Connell's qualifica- .those around eager to carrya simultaneously with the Tuesday r 113 will hold its regular meet p.m.; and Choir No. 3 will have will spend the weekend here

II But we do object to the pall of tions.. They feel it sq strongly that spear or to be an off-stage night class of sewing. Materials ing on Monday at 8 p.m., May 4, its rehearsal Thursday, 7 p.m., with her sister Mrs. Essie R.
: silence for the first meeting May 5th I at the home of W. G. Nelson,
surrounding the campaign.; ,Monday the Board adopted a resolution noise. Whenever-Julius.. Caesar and also Teachers' Meeting Trusler, and other relatives.
: Yes, the Judge has opposition-and was scheduled we always will not be necessary. No of 415 N.W. 12th Street. 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. A. Wright, Miss Thelma Livingston left

\I plenty of it. :Many are small jobholders which-to all intents and pur- were sure of a chance, as charge.At There will be a report made pastor; Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, yesterday for Atlanta Ga., because -
poses-endorses Judge McDonaldand Caesar had to have a volumeof the climax of this session, from the Grand Lodge; and reporter. of business.
: who deem as crude his handling sound these classes will be rescheduled election of officers.
i reads Mr. Connell out of the when he came back Emanuel Baptist Sun day
I of juvenile and other delicate cases. human race. with prisoners and loot and to adjust to the S u m mer The dues are to be paid. Mrs. .School, 10 a.m.; morning worship -

: :Many are lawyers, who have felt the Rome turned out to cheer Program which begins June 15. 0. M. Pyles, president; Mrs. P. 11 a.m.; and evening worship

)1 : Judge's abrasive tongue in court We take strong issue with the him. Also, when Marc Anthony Classes require no fees al- L. Scott, reporter. Communion, 6:30 pjn. bitturrit
was stirring the crowd .
dealings. up Choir No. 2 will have its rehearsal ,
: local bar association. .. o'er the poor, dagger.. rent "t' Monday, 7:30 p.m.; and ALICE JONES
body of Caesar, there was LAWMAKERSOne there will be meeting Final rites for Mrs. Alice
And all YOUR prayer Jones of Waldo will be held Sun-
scared to talk.
need for from the
4 : We have burrowed into last Sep murmurs Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. D.
crowd. day at 2 p.m. from the
tember's special issue of the Florida of the finest services a person can do himself and country Davis, pastor; Mrs. M. E. Mid Freecannon Methodist Church
: The little fearful of their dleton,
men reporter.
are Bar Journal. And while we are no Luck was with me in that a is to write his congressman or senators on matters of im Lake with the Rev. Robert Dell of-
I : jobs. The lawyers fear courtroom re wizards first rate ButlerHope Well ficiating.Mrs. .
at mathematics, we come Shakespearean The
up 'portance. Baptist tor Rev.
: tribution. Not even those actively with the fact comedian, Robert Straus, was pas Jones a citizen of Wale
that 19 of Florida's 67 Chiffon Simmons and also
: opposing Judge :McDonald are willing with Fritz Leiber's company.He Congressmen and senators do not know your feelings on congregation do for many years, died April
counties will ,
have County; Judges who conduct a joint
: to be known. As of had coached our prep certain legislation unless keep them advised by writing 26 in the Alachua General Hos-
: one most determined are not lawyers. .you, service at the Church of God in
these 19 also school dramatic for pital following an extended ill
: observed, "If I had two serve as Juvenile Judges. three years, and with group him them. They appreciate yourinterest: in the job they are doingin Christ with Rev. Hugh Anderson ness. .

: million dollars, I wouldn't care. But around to speak a word to Lei Washington.This pastor at Alachua, 3 p.m. Survivors i n elude three sis

: I make my living this and who ber I moved on to playing Rev. Cliffton Simmons, pastor; ters, Mrs. Bessie Washington,
Not all of these counties are country is YOURS. Keep it that way. It Is YOUR dutyto Mrs. Willie Mae Perry, report
Mrs. Laura of
: Floyd Fleming-
I wants to be vulnerable? parts the second gravedigger
backwoodsey (examples-Lake and and that of messen- write YOUR congressman and senators. er. ton and Mrs. Luconia Johns of

p3, : Okaloosa, plus wealthy Gadsden). gers in Macbeth were my triumphs Campville Demastions Missionary ;- Valdosta, Ga.; three brothers,

t In addition, there is the cliquish But most important, these 19 coun- ; and, also, the messenger THEIR ADDRESSESSen. I Baptist Sunday Frank Gunsby of Winter Haven -
; : nature of the legal fraternity. In School with the superintendent Phillip Gunsby of West
con- ties who enters the throne '
contain 174 lawyers who appar- Spessard L. Holland, Room 421, Senate Office Building, and teachers in charge 9:30
Palm Beach and Issiah'
: tacting other County Judges in Flor- room in Hamlet and says, Gunsby :
ida about ramification ently see little wrong with practi- "Letters, my Lord, from Washington, D. C. a.m. morning worship, Communion L. of Jennings, and many neices,
of the Alachua -
: cing under a non-lawyer 11 a.m.; and evening nephews cousins and a dear
judge. Hamlet. My performance in Sen. A. Smathers Room-1313 New Senate Office
: County race, we encountered the Macbeth had a short lived George worship, 7:30 p.m. Rev. C. Nelson I. friend, Mrs. Ernestine Bucklin
: Building, Washington, D. C.
wall of silence. ,
Said : pastor.
one West Florida The important fact to remember fame on the Vanderbilt campus of Waldo.

: Judge, when asked about his own relations is that 30 per cent Florida's and around the newspaper Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews, Room. .,1320 Longworth Building Shady Grove Primitive Baptist Interment will be made in the
: coun- Washington, D. C. Sunday School with Deacon L- Free Cannon Cemetery under
with lawyers, "I've been ties office where part-tune work
have County Judges who are not time. Lewis C. Williams, superin-l the direction of White and
occupied surplus
p : knowing Judge McDonald for years, lawyers. And this although the tendent I and teachers in i Dorsey Funeral Home.
I : and I'm not about to
myself woods are full of attorneys.The IN ACT FIVE there is a

I .: in his race." scene in the castle. Macbethhas 1 1.HUMANE SOCIETIES BREA THED WRATH ON FDR, TOO

Gainesville just had word from the
: wishes John
In addition to the fearsome atmosphere doctors informing him of

,I I:I :.: we date do accounting not of have the on a current satisfactory Judge McDonald'shandling campaign up-to--, Connell the association.and we technical can was live But an objections with he attorney isn't it. of,a to the lawyer meet bar, kneels.Lady senger approaching Macbeth's enters death.urgently madness A-mes-and and Case of-- :'The Beagle- 's Ear I

: : of juvenile cases. We will
J : remind of one fact. A local "blue rib- Mac bet h. The devil damn
ii bon" But we are firmly convinced Mr. thee black, thou cream faced By ARTHUR KROCK acter, "David Harum": "A when he gave this lame and Ireland was thrown
: study committee four years ago Connell will serve Alachua loon! by his favorite horse and died.
County reasonable number of fleasis explanation of it to White
found the
I. Alachua County Juvenile ably and humbly Where got'st thou that WASHINGTON President King Alexander of Greece
as goose
= County Judge. good for a dog.They accept House guests. He was also an-
j Court with (1) a high percentage of And, to that end look? Johnson has displayed so sure succumbed to the bite of his
we recommend him this, though neither they noyed with himself for the "Him the
= :hildren confined in the County Jail, to the voters of Alachua Messenger. There is ten thou an instinct for doing and say pet monkey. ,
County. sand ing the popular thing that the nor their veterinarians agree, unique lapse in his sensory White House beagle, only

Mambeth. Geese, villain? frustrated Republicans were as fitting Westcott's design to perception of what is and is yelped, which was probably

Messenger. Soldiers, sir. beginning to despair it ever record Yankee pragmatic phi- not sound crowd psychology. a canine paraphrase of the

Macbeth. Go prick thy face would fail him. But when the losophy. Above all, the President is a request of the character in

I Voice of the and over red thy fear. other day he lifted his pet humane man, with deep and "Don Quixote" who said"Try

People Thou lily livered boy'. .. beagle by the ears to pleasethe BUT THOUGH they will in sincere compassion for the that ...on some other dog."

Death of thy soul! Those news photographers he time evaluate the President's unfortunate and the helpless, If Johnson will confer with

linen cheeks of thine forgot the fundamental political claims for election on less man or beast. his Under Secretary of Com

: 1 On The Sun's Opinion Are counselors to f e a r. fact that for everyone emotional issues, they will merce, he will find that animal -

Page What soldiers, whey-face?! who might possibly love a never assent to the theory that .NOW THAT he has had this lovers also made troublefor

: Opinionl and Comments of Sun readers an. walco," 'n the Voice Messenger: The English news photographer there are it is "good for a dog" to be second disagreeable reminder President Franklin D.

-: must exceed b. liglled 500 and word beo the writer' oddress. Name will .* withheld of lf the requested.People column.A letter Letters force, so please you. perhaps millions who unques- levitated by the ears, whetheror of the restraints the 'presidency Roosevelt. So much so that,
nor and should
: must only one side of the peper. Poetry cannot be used. The For a week or so I was tionably love a dog. not the reason is that "if imposes on impulsive although the source was not

sr" shorten it. without cb.nging the write" meaning 0' goose faced, and lily-livered. These millions nourish no you follow dogs you like to displays of his natural exhu- himself but a member of his

Never was there such tri resentment hear them yelp." berance the first was when family, the President thought

: Asks Candidate Speaks Out years of-service to education. umph as to be identified as Edward abiding Noyes Westcott against for Johnson was embarrassedand he released his surging energies it prudent to order that member -

: For Facts For Evans During the World War II, he entered a Shakespearian performer. the remark he put in the annoyed by the unfavor- at Continental the wheel in of Texas his Lincoln --, This to incident come home.occurred when

Navy as
an Apprentice ALAS, FOR young dreams. he can find comfort in the the President's third son and
: EDITOR Sun As Seaman and BELOW OLYMPUS "r i"-""
: an undecided rose to the
EDITOR, Sun: I believe it rank of Lieutenant The next year, kindly Fritz history which recounts a real- namesake was being tutoredin

: observer in the current to be the right and duty of free er. Upon his Command- Leiber said, "First, let me ly serious event that involvedan the rudiments of bullfighting -

: race for county school sup people to speak out when important the separation from say we'll take you with the ear. This ear was not a by Sidney Franklin, "The

erintendent, I am consider- issues are at stake. I service, he returned to company. Now, let me tell you dog's but a man's. It was cut Brooklyn Matador."

: ably puzzled and somewhat wish to take this opportunity school and earned his Mas- that your voice will never off, not pulled. And the sev-

: disturbed. to speak out openly for Harry ters degree in School Administration permit you to play any major erance led directly to a bloody: THE UNDER SECRETARYwas

Evans candidate for school and Supervision. He role there would be/no : armed conflict. on holiday in Seville at
: Mr. Evans seems to have
superintendent. later entered the Universityof good fuutre." I;.blinked back::. that time after completing
fine background of qualifi- \
a Florida where he received ,y'I On a homeward voyage to his
a quick stinging in sophomore at Har-
: cations for the office. Rather I wish to clarify some of the his Doctoral Degree in Vocational and thanked him. It my was eyes .", England from the West Indiesin vard, in the season year when
than promote himself on his misinformation that is being Education* my -- 1731, the brig "Rebecca"was
: last bulls
scene. Somehow after ; young were trainingfor
: own experience and capabilities cast about. "
however he has engaged that The records show HarryEvans Was employedby that, there was no fun in be- f r boarded by the Spanish I the arena on the ranch of

: mudslinging attempt Harry Evans has many the General Extension Division ing off-stage noises and mes .:,tJ ;\ "r coastguard whose commander Don Romuldo de Arias, at the I
years of almost continuous -.1-7 cut off the ear of the brig'smaster outskirts of the As
to deface and degrade the of the University of city.
: school iL
service beginning in Those whose -. Capt. Robert Jenkins. Franklin Jr.
: character of W. S. "Tiny"Talbot. 1925. Florida in 19501951. He was job it is to use D. Roosevelt, I
He served as a teacherof words are perhaps not humble 1-4 ( The British press anti the; recalled it now, he was only
be noted that
: It must the employed by the Ala c h u a
fifth to the
: Mr. Talbot has withstood the grade, teacher of County School Board during enough, or not humble oft en political opposition government "playing! with the :young
English and social studies in The in power exploitedthis I bulls'- under
: attacks admirably in his. refusal 1957-1960 as Director of Vocational enough. anniversary..f:: the supervision
,high schools : incident to the that
degree L
; principal of elementary of citizen who
to stoop to such tactics. Education. Shakespeare is;,2 humbling Brooklyn's one
all offices the junior and senior During this event. He could : Of county time
high schools. many new vocational of the 1139 war between "
These exper- words similes "Espada.
race for supervisor of the I metaphors
programs were developed and Britain and
iences were in Wetzel and Spain that devel- But to animal lovers in the
images, symbols
: who teach and
men and women other making -
improved. ,As oped,1'be War of
Kanawha counties in West programs of sentences Jenkins United States that was bullfighting -
children that
and supervise our leap like
director he organized and conducted Ear into'the'war of the
Virginia. His and their protests
record further ;
: and
should be kept honest, goats sing like music-
a county-wide Austrian succession.
: above-board, and free of political shows that every change of determine the vocational surveyto that no one else has been able brought a message from, the
: position was a promotion carrying to match. All the President to this departmentby
chicanery. best
added ,needs of the county. He worked examples THE PRESIDENT can also ( chance at that, time in

:. Please stand on your'own received, three responsibility. He closely with the State Department of comedy, drama, humor turn to history for the cOnsolation Seville) to ,this general effect
?ifr. Evans.
Let promotions
two feet, tragedy
of Education, University slapstick .and .o that, the domestic petsof "Find Franklin aM tell ,him
: make our choice on the within the same county school beauty are in S h '" .
us a t.eSpeare.: : other .
of Florida and with : '; j great personageshave the Humane Societies are oa
basis of facts, qualifications system. He 'has never been- local business and industry. The range of man's hopesand "I. don't know whether to devote my energies to civil been the source of:misfortunes my neck and to come straight

: and' intentions. discharged or, 'faIled to .be .Sorrows, his.grief and joy'arethere. rights demonstrations, this. summer or to giving. up' far exceeding.. the home.**.' .
:. ANN E. BRYAN re-employed during his 22 (See THE PEOPLE on Page S) '"* 'sm king." passing, fugitive political. Wi]!- Straight home he came too.I..I.e ,

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(Continued from Page 4)) sound educational reason and (9) Harry Evans Is a man of the finest men that I have held one elective position and give the voters of Alachua, A ENDLESS WORRY

After preparing a detailed factual information.Here deep religious feeling, a gen- ever known. has not been appointed to every choice. And fortunately for
and comprehensive report and are ten reasons for tleman and a man of integ- His political advertisementin position he has held. Alachua County, the choiceis A "SAFETY CIRCLE"

i presenting. it to the School you to consider carefully: rity; and (10)) Harry Evans the paper April 28, 1964 On the other hand Earl Fair- not just a choice between INSPECTION STATION

Board as a guide in future (1)) He is fully qualified for will lend dignity and prestigeto bears this statement out. He cloth is a man that* is truly two names, for Harry Evansis

planning ,he submitted his the office of school superin- the important office of superintendent states he wants to run on his qualified to hold an elective well qualified for the dutiesof DOWLING'S SHELL SERVICE:
tendent; ((2) He is a man of of public instruc- county superintendentHe STATION
resignation in order that he merits alone and not the de- office such as that of the At-
r. might have the opportunity of mature judgment and can tion. merits of his opponent. This is torney General. The offices he has taught in both elementary 1521 N.W. 13th St. FR 2-3024

placing on, the market a sci- face intelligently the many MRS. SHERRILL B. (L. E.) the kind of man I have always has held have not been hand- and secondary
entific formula which he had serious and critical problems TEAGUE found him to be. This shows ed to him on a "si Iver schools. For 15 years he wasa

developed.I He has been most which immediately lie ahead; the public he will bring dig- platter" but he has workedfor principal of junior and sen-

J successful In this and in his (3)) He is an experienced and nity to the office which he these offices and has been ior high' schools in West Virginia BEVILLES NURSERY

business,enterprises of farming successful business man; (4) Former Student seeks. elected by the people he rep- leaving to enter the
.and.cullding construction. He is an experienced and suc- W. B. YOUNGIynes resented. He has been elected- Navy shortly after Pearl Har-
cessful school administrator at Praises Talbot bor Day. In the service he
not only as Student Body
,: Harry:Evans was prevented all levels; (5)) He has a sound rose from apprentice seamanto
from President at the University of A SPECIAIS
immediately returningto educational philasophy and EDITOR Sun: I think the Support lieutenant commander a
school Florida but also as a State
work because of aserioUs"accident sincerely believes that every former students of W. S. Tal- tribute to his leadership abil-
which he sufi child should be permitted to bot ought to come forward Disappoints Representative from Dade ities. Upon his discharge at

fered and which kept him reach his maximum potential; and give their opinion.of their County.As the end of the war, he came
confined in a hospital forman EDITOR Sun: I am very a member of the Flori- GREENHOUSE PLANTS
((6) He is concerned about former principal. He was my to Florida to make his home
months. Upon recoveryhe maintaining our moral and principal in elementary disappointed in your endorsement da House of Representatives earned a doctor's degree from

again resumed plans for spiritual values; ((7)) He will school I did not graduate torney of General James of Kynes the state for At-of he was chosen by his fellow the University of Florida, Chrysanthemums ............................ 39c
continuing his life of dedicated provide educational leader- from high school. I shall always legislators as the most out- specializing in vocational ed-
service to the education ship for our teachers and remember Mr. Talbot Florida. I am sure that you standing first termer hi t he ucation. Fuschias ( In hangers) . .... $2.98

I of youth.I principals; (8) He will workto for the wonderful leadershiphe have can read to do and to know that is that all Earl you 1963 session of the legislature.He This degree is in addition to Begonias ( In hangers) . ..... $2.99

am therefore supporting eliminate waste in the educational gave to me and the other Faircloth is more qualified for was made also by anothernewspa-selected by a bachelor's degrees in both S Schefflera . ............................ $1.25
Harry Evans for School program in boys at the time I was in poll elementary and secondary edu-
Superintendent on the basis of money time and personnel; school. I consider him one. of the position of Attorney Gen- per in the state (The St. Pet- cation and a master's degreein Diffenbachia ....... . .... . $1.49
eral than
. --.i. ---- -- is James Kynes. ersburg Times) as one of the school administration and
The only qualifications for 10 most valuable legislators.He supervision.While .
Jimmy Kynes that you statedin was the only first termer ANNUALS
t Full Facts Would endorsement he was in graduate I SOC
Expose he your was that chosen. school at the University of Marigolds Balsam
was a "political insider"and Earl Faircloth has come Florida he set up a businessto Portulaca Verbena
as we all know, the "fair- up through the ranks by hard manufacture an inventionof Petunias Asters _
haired" child of Farris Bry- work not appointment. He has two University of Florida Zinnias Colosia Per UOZ.FERTILIZER.

Disguised Shopping Sprees ant. I would like to remind met almost impossible tasks professors. His success in that

you that you forget one of Mr. and has conquered them all venture was good experiencefor
Kynes most important qual- through much patience and the financial responsibilities -
NEW YORK (AP) Main- He was explaining how spoiled $22,500 a year. ifications, the fact that he was determined effort. My conten- and busines managership
bocher is dress salon Fifth wives of wealthy men are not Keller pleaded ot the
a on guilty once captain of a Florida foot- tion, Mr. Editor is that Earl duties of the county superintendent -
Avenue where the start above little financial decep- the theft and Justice
a Thursday
prices ball team that lost 10 straight Faircloth is the only man whois who annually ad-
i i tt $750. tion. Behind a web of feminine Charles Marks freed him This
games. qualification is qualified for the of- ministers several million dollars
"And they and chicanery Arthur Keller, 42, without bail to await sentence really Bfifc tamMKrtrt tfH B
go up up up important because it shows fice of Attorney General andI perhaps Alachua County's -
emphasized Asst Dist. Atty. concealed his theft of $166,000 June 11.
t that Mr. Kynes has at least second
shall be largest
Leonard Newman In State Supreme from Mainbocher, where he was A dapper man with 'a mustache if the majority of the voters of ness." LAWN & GARDENUSE
Court. general manager for 15 years at. Keller took the money to
Florida do not disagree with After a few in business
I years -
indulge his passion for boats. Area YouthsTo OUR SPREADER FREEr
His swindle enabled him to you on May 5th. he wanted to return to
MRS. DOUGLAS M. McKOY teaching and he was made
GOP\Group\ Backs move steadily upward in maritime assistant
principal of one of
\ circles until he skippered Meets At
the high schools in Alachua
his own $79,000 yacht. Plank
Okays County. Shortly thereafter the LUSH GREEN SOD 1 jfjtf'

j Anti- astro Force for scheme Keller seven of covered years juggling by up an accounts his involved thefts- LutheranThe For Voc-Ed county Education Evans Director resigned of,Vocational and Harry CENTIPEDE Sq. Ft.

; Editor, Sun: was promoted to
and it was here that the pecca- First Lutheran Church that
: I dilloes As a local garage owner and During his termof
By ERNEST B.'ACCARO use military force to remove of Mainbocher customers tomorrow and Sunday will host president of Unit 22 Director a survey of the I
WASHINGTON (AP-A Republican international communism from turned to his advatage.At nearly 100 young people at a dent Garage Owners of Indepen-Amer- vocational needs of Alachua LANDSCAPE PLANTS
councilhas recom- Cuba. Keller's arraignment, New- regional rally here of the de- ica. I County was made, and in that
want to thanksto
mended that th Johnson ad- Democrats immediately fired man told the court that as an nomination's youth organization Jack Zimmerman my who is survey Harry Evans took a Confederate Jasmine .................... 1.49
ministration tell PC world it is' back, describing the stinging act of mercy he would just as the Walther League. leading role. Upon the basis
running for local school 0 Var. Pittosporrum ........ ... 1.49
draw the curtain our . . .
prepared 'as a ast resort, to GOP'criticism of the adu nis- soon on the Delegates will represent of that survey he led in plan-
tration's Cuban policy as "a whole affair. churches in the Gateway Zone I board with vocational educa- ning the vocational education Viburnum Suspensum . _...... 1.49

U.S.-Camdian crude political document." i "I could unravel it," he told VI division of the FloridaGeorgia tion We as who a plank are in in the his platform.automotive program and its expansionfor Abelias .... ............. .................... .89
And the Democrats remembered Justice Marks, "but I leave ito District of the league. The the future. Just now the
Commol Market to remind their GOP critics your honor to tell me if, tinder ,youths will be coming here from I field fully realize the need county is realizing the signi- 0 Sweet Viburnum ......................... ..... .69

I that Fidel Castro took over all the circumstances Ihould. Ocala, Holly Hill, Tallahassee, for this type of training. Thereare ficance of that study and the Ligustrum ............... ................. .... 2.00
as prime minister of Cuba while ." Jacksonville and Jacksonville too few trained mechanics importance of a good voca-
Talks Itogs a Republican, Dwight D. Eisenhower Newman explained that it isnot Beach, and Brunswick, Savannah in our field, and it Is get- tional program in our schools. S Hibiscus ......... ..... ..... ...... ......... 1.15

E OTTAWA AP) Proposalsfor was president.The unusual for a wealthy woman : and Valdosta, Georgia.At I ting worse every year. If Those who know Harry Evans 0 Croton ......... ..... ..... ......... ...... 1.25

k 1imi d U.S.-Canadian fuss was stirred up Thursday to pay for part of her purchases 1:30 p.m. business meetingwill something this condition isn't done to rem- well pay high tribute to Boxwood ............................. . 1.49
comnpn maitet failed to make when the Republican Critical at Mainbocher, then kick-off the rally Saturday, edy the his community 0 r kin
I # head y at cabinet-level re- Issues Council peppered the have the remainder of the bill with Gilbert Gimbel of Jacksonville industry is going to church Boy Scouts and,Masons S Gardenias ..... ..... _.....-,..... ........... .89

( 1 view f just economic prob- Democratic leadership with a forwarded to her husband."It president of the zone, pre- be in sad shape in the next s Red Althea ............, :.... :....:.i.: 3.95

f lems. series against of Castro.demands for action is obvious" Newman wenton siding. Saturday night will feature few ing public years., are You,going the motor-to be Alachua County does indeednow s Dwarf Gardenias ........ .... ........ 1.49
U.s Tnasury Secretary C. "that even at this level of a traditional banquet and a have a choice. Harry
Doug g Dillon and Canadian The 24-member council of society husbands are irritatedat 'talent quest", with league the ones to suffer the most.C. Evans' depth of training and o Pyracantha .................................... 2.00

Forei Secretary Paul Martin,I prominent Republicans headedby what they consider the extra- members performing. A square Unit. J.22 BUSH IGO his broad experiences make 0 Roses (many varieties) ............ from 2.49
Dr. Milton S.
leade of their delegations for Eisenhower vagance of their wives in buying dance and vespers will concludethe President him a choice man for county
toe Wednesday and Thursday -younger brother of the former clothes. There are other evening.On superintendent.

ld mutual understanding I president, urged an immediateend machinations indulged in by the Sunday the Walther Lea- Evans Gives ROBERT E. POTTER PALMS
of e onic problems had im-: to U.s. curbs on anti-Castro distaff side to conceal the true guers will attend an 8:30 a.m.
prov bit they reported no major .'raiders and establishment in cost from the head of the house Communion Service at First Voters a Choice Flo. Sobalj 815ft. tall
Latin America of a Cuban gov- 2995Planted
Cements on unresolved hold. Lutheran and afterwards
ernment in exile. It said the latter Sun the The Arthur W. Thompsonwho & guaranteed.BEVILLES .
EDITOR : During
proh. : The to detail Keller's
only way meet to elect officers and view
Di added that the idea of would rally 300,000 Cuban method of campaign on the referendumon wrote the letter to the
Newman I
operation, the Martin Luther film.
a d free flow of goods be- refugees "to work openly" for the said would be to call in Main- The afternoon will be highlighted I the appointive county su- editor the in yesterday's Voice of
liberation of Cuba. People OB Harry Evans is NURSERY
of instruction
twe e two countries had not bocher customers and their husbands perintendent public -
t with a topic discussion not the
Sen. J. W. Fulbright, chair- Arthur W. Thompsonof
detail. argument favoringthe
iscussed one.
bee any and the financial
,, expose of the theme "We Praise
I the man of the Senate Foreign Re- rally elective superintendentwas High Springs who is a can-
t oth A ugh largest each customer country propos lations Committee who has structure of the salon. Thee 0 God ... Or Do We?" that it would give the didate for the Alachua County & GARDEN CENTERFR

to establish a single U.S.- called on the administration to Mid-afternoon devotions will people a choice for the office. Commission. 6-4030

carilan market remain tan- reappraise its Cuban policy, Brings BeatlesTo close the rally. When the appointive system EDITOR Mile Limits Newberry Rd.
1/2 Beyond City on
to gleoi politics. U.S. Undersecret said that if the Republican Local officers of the Leagueat lost and only one candidate
{, r # of State George W. Ball statement meant anything "it Boston Pops First Lutheran, who have seemed ready to run, a writerto
i i broiled the idea in a speech means we should go to war to helped plan the rally are Barbara the "Voice of the People" -------

i j. Las 'eek, but his suggest% oust Castro." BOSTON (AP-Arthur Fied Russell president; Ed asked, "What choice do we
I wa iticijed here as a threatto "I do not approve of going to ler, conductor of the famed Hill, Jr., vice president: Connie have?"
(ftadiai economic independent war to oust Castro and I do not Boston Pops Orchestra never is Elkins, secretary and Janice In response to that letter
I ITl believe most Americans do," afraid to experiment so who Truett treasurer. Dr. Harry Evans decided to F BURNS IS BEST FOR
the Arkansas Democrat told a
talksalso failed to achieve should be surprised his program
any' eenent on a controversial reporter. "They have too much includes a number by the "MORE PROGRESS FOR 5
adiai l tariff incentive common sense to believe that I Beatles.
to courage productionof ,, the small island of Cuba is a The orchestra currently is DOLLAR"ELECT I! xN
gra threat to the FLORIDA'SSENIOR
a o pgs in Canada. directly dangerous playing in Boston SymphonyHall.
United States. Its musicians are Boston
"It is a rather crude and ob- Symphony Orchestra members. Dashwood HicksA _
1 e 3 Are Outentucky viously political document I Fiedler mixed a number / Z
think the American people are called "Hold My Hand" by the BUSINESSMAN

r too mature to take it seriously I V;'pmool l quartet in his program COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Americans will remember that Wednesday and the audi-
RT, Ky. (AP) -. Castro came into power during w....c applauded enthusiastically.Fiedler ALACHUA COUNTY
Abou lli jests have been in-, the administration of Dwight D. was in Liverpool ear- DISTRICT 3 AT LARGE
vTtcdYtof Kentucky Derby Eisenhower brother of the lier this year and was intriguedby -Vote For Sound Progressive Government-
brernor'ea turday at the gov-. chairman of the counciL" the Beatles music. Pd. AdV.
r ence but there'll be Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of CITIZENS

no julep Minnesota the assistant Senates
Gov.;E ird T. Breathitt Democratic leader said the doc SPECIAL SURPRIZE BONUSBY \V: V
a policy permitting no alcoihoUc ument "is highly emotional.
be'v es at the executive partisan and it borders on ir-

mansion. responsibility." ( REQUEST) HAYDON BURNS feels that the best background and knowledge of

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I Special_ Voting DeputiesTALLAHASSEE We're Celebrating

-TALLAHASSEE, Fla., (AP- scribed by law is simply te I A.I
The May 5 primary voting in observe and examine the election .
Ii. at least four counties of FlorIda -
process. It is not to interfere .
will be carried out under
the. observation of special dep- in any way with the conduct -

u ies of Secretary of State Tom of the election or the du Our 22nddams

, Adams. ties of any election official," h< : .

Adams said yesterday that he said. .
had received petitions from $
The job of the voting :
Clay, Monroe, Nassau and Santa ,J
was given to A
Rosa counties to examine the
by the 1963 Legislature. This ia
local election procedures. A -
the first time the law has beer
1963 law requires Adams to send
used, and Adams said his aim
i ouch observers upon request.
I was to preserve the public confidence -
"At this time we do not know
'I in the election proced
the full extent of the com-
plaints in these counties other ures.

I than the fact that in three off "When questions of any kind r

II f them-Monroe, Santa Rosa, and arise as to the conduct of elec

Clay-they involve questions as tions, it is clearly in the public

to the abnormally high per interest that these questions be
-: centage of absentee ballots be resolved as quickly as possibleso .

ing cast in the first primary that there can be no doubtas

election. to the integrity of the elections

Adams emphasized that the process in Florida." $

fact his office would have deputies .,r
at the polls did not cast
doubt on the procedures used by I II. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
any county, and no evidence \ .
.1 J of irregularities has come to CHANCERY. < ; .

/I|, his attention. FRED BRYANT.Plaintiff, --. P. 'Y;' :
**' "Our \
responsibility as pre- va.
Today FLORIDA: V '. : "
TO: Baby Helen Bryant f ,.' ; : :), __,I. :: 4 22 Years of Established Dependability! Florida" "
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for Alachua County. Florida and you
are hereby summoned. ordered and re- : Native Floridians, who understand needs.
Today is Friday, May 1, the quired to file your written Answer or defenses your :

122nd day of 1964. There are against to you the In the Complaint above entitled filed cause herein, McDuff is dedicated to bringing you the highest
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I On this date relief demanded In the Complaint.You .
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suit has been Instituted Is Circuit Court.
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'I,, NOW Il. :AVEII Are OpenEditor's i

I Note: This is an. and has been on the bench sine .w f

SPUD WESTINGHOUSE WESTINGHOUS other story from The Associ- January. ::
_R.TAILI Qw ated Press capital bureau in Chief Justice Drew's history ,.-

DELUXE AUTOMATIC:; STEAM IRON Tallahassee on the primary of public service dates back to ...

"""" campaigns, the offices and 1923 when he became Palm .
the men seeking them. To-
Beach town attorney. He held
fears' whips! Beaters Beautiful eject day's installment discusses the post until 1952 when he was ..
easy l\g. Model M17 SALE the three Supreme Court jus- appointed to the State Supreme .
eadcm styir. 99 tices of Florida for elec

i 99 HURRY .. Anniversary 8 SP ECtALI 899 tion.) up Court.Other public offices he held

I Sale t" WHILE THEY, >ecialFast By DOUGLAS STARR were attorney for the Jupiter Inlet -

I Special LAST! District, 1940-52; attorney for J
i Switches from steam to dry TALLAHASSEE (AP)-Terms the Everglades Drainage District I
b' opens cans in seconds. Safe aa.. the of of two justices of the seven-
ironing at flip a 1950 52; member and
I :::sharp: edges. Attractive smart ""s switch. Irons atl!:! fabrics member State Supreme Court secretary of the board of Pilot

If' ffRANSISTOR modem design. Model! HC-11. safer/ Completely auto- are drawing to a close and the Commissioners for the portof
: matic. Model HS29. two are seeking re-election. In Palm Beach, 1949-51; and

; Pocket Size c ; addition, a third justice is seeking commissioner.:.: of the Game and
election to an unexpiredterm Fresh Water Fish Commission,
t PORTABLERADIO ,..f to which he was appointed. 951-52..

The two justices are Chief He served as president of the

Westinghouse Roll-around Justice E. Harris Drew and for Florida State Bar in 1943 and
mer Chief Justice B. K. Roberts. 1944 and was a member of the
The third justice is Richard Erin original committee that prepared -
Vaccum Cleaner
, >.5. former attorney general ap. the constitution and bylaws -
A r pointed> to the bench by Gov. of the Florida Bar.

.. AA"1 1077 1 Farris Bryant to fill the vacancy Justice Roberts' history of
public service dates back
ii'' / odd P910-911 FULL SET OF created by the death of Jus
I tice Glenn Terrell 1920 when, at age 13, be be-
; ATTACHMENTSNOW came a school teacher. He re
?7 Chief Justice Drew, 60, has ceived his degree from the Uni.

R. been on the bench since 1932. versity of Florida Law School in
/SENSATIONAL He served as chief justice in 1955 1928 and practiced law in Tallahassee -

,' AUTOMATIC -56 and was elected to another I until he was appointedto
{ / FAN 'SPECIAL! e REFLECTOR .r term last July, succeeding Roberts -I the State Supreme Court in
; TOASTER who also served two termsas 1949.

} chief justice, in 1953-54 and Justice Roberts served as vice

196163. president of the Florida Bar and
''i 69 Justice Roberts is 57 years old represented the State Supreme

i ONLY 9 A TREMENDOUS 960 and has been on the bench since Court at the American Bar
J 1949. meeting in London in 1957.
VALUE AT ONLY: Justice Ervin's of
Justice Ervin is 59 old history pub-
I Rolls around for complete years lic service dates back to 1921
Duff'. $ floor cleaning! and easier
Model A104. Tilts to any desired Toasts bread, English muffin. ,,open-faced cheese sandwiches Anniversary Me. use. Combination floor 'n CALL FOR BIDS when he began work as engross-
I tool. Vinyl bumper clerk of the House of
/ angle. Extra quiet opera- buttered toast. Heat resistant handles. Toasts Price rug Sealed bids will be received by The Cityof ing Rep-
protects furniture. Model Gainesville Florida at the Utilities resentatives, a post he held dur-
(, tion. For use en table or an VC-10. Operation) Center AudItorium US SE .
be mounted on the wall. the shade you dejire-dark: medium or light Model TIN. Fifth Avenue. Gainesville. Florida up until ing each session until 1935.
2:00 P.M. May 21 1964 at which
time and place all bids received will be In 1935,he began full time public

. .. .. ... .. .... publicly opened and read aloud for furnishing service,
'I:: (;: n. n x nvi n.:mm! : .9q : :a v. s tftAj .acaxwtau.A4d.AvAwnh-ACw all labor and materials for con. working as attorneyfor
wa 9arxtanvri .
strutting the State Road Department,
CITY OF GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. as assistant attorney general --
Any bid received after the time
t and date will not be considered.The secretary of the Florida Rail-

Automatic l BIG 16" ORTABLE TV bidder If awarded the contract shall road Commission attorney for
,j i M1 within ten consecutive calendar days the Overseas Road and Toll
after written notice being given of such
I ii
{ If ward, enter Into a written contract with Bridge District, attorney for the
washer and clothes PAIR I nI' the Owner in accordance with the accepted Ii+
of Public
dryer i SPECIAL! bid and give a contract bond satisfactory Department Safety,
to the Owner In an amount equalto and finally, in 1949 election to '.
one hundred per cent of the contract
{ ta tl price. The cost of the bond shall be included the office of attorney general.
MODEL LW 425 as a part of the Bidder's base bid
: proposal.No During his first term as attor- ..
WASHER t Th.yWon't Last Long I' -il: \ bidder may withdraw his bid for a ney general, Ervin won the
:))1 period of thirty, days after the data set
I"lf. At This praise of state and national lead
bothoutside '
Porcelain protected ::
II $92 t for the opening. Each bid must be sub-
{ Mi .:, FantasticPrice mitted In strict accordance with the Proposal ers for two major accomplishments
and inside s : :.i. Form fully completed, which Proposal
d! ...J.f { Form. will be shown In the specifi : He compiled the first
theentire cabinetand W;.;: ..;:::;j; : cations.All complete revision of the Florida '.
::< ; j:3 16" I:: : work shall be done In accordance statutes in eight and he ._
tub! Automatic timer. f i.j. :J J. with plans specifications and contract I years;
I F NO TRADE-IN NEEDED j<': documents relative thereto which may was instrumental in a drive to
WJ ,
Lint Filter. be examined at the office of Myrl Hanes
8 jt jtfi Associates. 201 NW Tenth Avenue, rid the state of bookmaking and
ij : j Handwired chassis. Longer! telescopic .. Gainesville Florida. One set of such other illegal gambling activities.
MODEL LB 425 DRYER plans and contract documents and forms
:. a: antenna. Convenient! carrying !:}, for bidding may be secured by General State Supreme Court justices
4' Clothes are dryed soft I : ; i_. handle. Lightweight easy arv' t: therewith Contractors the from sum this of office Twenty-Five'by depositing Do- serve six-year terms and are .
Model 6P25.SPECIAL. : art ($25.00). This deposit will be refunded ..
+ 'just right for ironing j ,>},: to carry. pJ upon submission of a bona fide .bi ld paid $19,500 a year .,' ::
l l. and rttum of the plans and contract
k Extra Un'I documents In good condition en the date ..
large n
set for opening of the bids. Additionalsets 4 UF Doctors '

\ Big capacity.A III buul ( Jit the' submission requested of for a purposes bid will be other furnished than .
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1 :'- ::;;::::;; SENSATIONAL VALUE! I 'I't (4ii ? bidder's at the refund.actual qualifications cost of duplication must be but satisfactory without Are Speakers ..

f HOLLYWOOD Four Gainesville
$::tir'Il to the Owner. -
: h :: itx4. physicians have been selected -
The Owner reserves the right to relect
any or all bids. as speakers for scientific _
$ I 1f.1 iI F BY HOWARD McKINNEYMayorCommlssioner sections of the Florida Med ...

I BOTH With trade of your < i J old washer and dryer being held here May 710. '-
1 FOR regardless of age o* I '
a .
condition. They are Drs. Richard T.
A fl75 f 1' Smith, Howard A. Pearson, '"
s..: s f Thorkild W. Andersen and .;

George W. Barnard.
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MAY BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY ? t .i a. The four doctors are faculty
members of the University of
I. .,/-t ff Florida College of Medicine
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where Dr. Smith is professorand
LOWEST; PRICE EVER OFFERED I I }s>i Model I\E.17 electric rotary s:I II 1' f Dr. Pearson assistant professor
Lightweight $ of pediatrics, Dr. An-
1);} X': Weighs only 35 pounds ral.+ >t' i\1.Fs: :; dersen assistant professor of

I ON THIS I FAMOUS TAPPAN RANGE :st:!K \if. I I: Starts It's easy at to the use and snap TO start.of a ? :'. i!;:-4:.: S surgery and Dr. Barnard assist
t.:, Ji; switch. I'ses household cur L. ant professor of psychiatry.
rent. V1 They are among 28 state and
n j
f national speakers apuearing on
,, t DELUXE +11t the scientific program of the

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I GalnesvIIIa! Sun Friday, May 1, 1964

GOP Plans 'Aid9 him to keep the White House 82 Channel TV Rule. MargaretGives Egg Market Are yol a welltrainedand

lights on at night.
It costs to
Lights only one penny i
I burn a 100-watt .light bulb all Goes in Effect Today Northeast Florida egg market

Republican WASHINGTON Congressional(AP) -Com-Tt I night, the newsletter said as it To Daughter prices to retailers: VOTfisUPPORTBOBfRDAN o, I

labeled the President's lights
Extra large 38-41, mostly -Ii;
mittee newsletter today urged I I WASHINGTON (AP-Ameri-) receive only the 12 very high i. I
out program "a phony economy LONDON (AP) Princess large 36-38, mostly 38; medium .
Americans to send pennies to which we .could well do without -I can television passed another frequency channels from 2 Margaret gave birth today to a I
I 32 small 27.29
milestone 13. 30-33, mostly ; ,
today. through
President Johnson to enable :' I daughter, her secod child. Put | ..
Any video set made in this But television broadcasting, mostly 23.Poultry. r 20 A
country from now on must be says the Federal Communica- "It's marvelous news," said F On Voting, ?(May)
I RE-ELECT .. :capable of receiving 82insteadof ions Commission-which originally -Lord Snowdon, the baby's fa- at farms: fryers 12. (Pd.AdvJ
12-television channels. asked Congress for the all- ther.

3 channel: receiver law-has out- "She looks a super baby."
SIDNEY I The result, as time goes by,
should be more stations, more grown those channels. Queen Elizabeth's sister and :
program variety; and better Ready to -accommodate the Snowdon also have a son, Vis- CLEAN-UP PAW p
television reception throughoutthe overflow are 70 ultra-high-fre- count Lindley, born in Novem-
f MARTIN United States. quency channels. More than 100 ber, 1961.
UHF stations are operating today
7 Congress passed the allchannel Snowdon said both mother and
I but television own- ?
television set requirement in child were doing well. FIX-UP PLANTPLANT
COUNTY COMMISSIONER ers are not familiar with them I
1962 and made it effective todayto The baby was the fourth royal
because their sets
are equippedfor
(11 j DISTRICT NO. 5 L give the industry time to only VHF reception.The birth this year. Earlier,Princess
adapt itself to the new law. Alexandra, the queen's cousin,
12 VHF channels can accommodate -
; It also applies to any sets Im had a boy on Feb. 29. The
Progress With Economy ported into this country. television; more Thus than, while 650 queen had a boy March 10, and When the Volunteer Area Captaincies .
; Most television sets on the the Duchess of Kent, commoner
larger cities have several to door
Pd. Adv. to some wife of Alexandra's your
II market today are equipped brother, hada
I such; stations, many are limited
girl Tuesday night.Margaret's .
by> FCC allocations to two or Please him in this
baby takes sev- help by filling
I fewer. And some cities have
MOTHER WILL LOVE A lone. enth place in the line of succes- checksheetNo
sion to the throne, displacingthe
' But the 70 UHF channels can
,f ZENITH STEREO FROM accommodate up to 3,000 new of Duke the 33-year-old of Gloucester princess.The an uncle obligation except to yourself. and y] -

I stations, promising more communities -
birth was announced in
chance of having .-
a :
an official bulletin from Ken-
i, *7995 their own stations and offering
TO viewers a greater choice of pro- sington Snowdon Palace live., where Margaretand Keep Gainesville ClealClipOut
grams. i The girl will be known
The FCC points out that the as
This Check List
$1,875 does "The Lady (Christian name) :
new law not require owners "
608 N. MAIN ST. of VHF sets to buy new Armstrong-Jones. tf.
receivers. Snowdown took an armful of For Your Area Captain To Pick --
1 daffodils and other spring flow-
Viewers have several options
ers to his wife and then tele-
if they wish to take immediate
phoned his mother, the Countessof
advantage -
On May 5th Vote For The Rosse, in London and his
in their areas. They may buy
sister, the Countess de Vesci at
of the new all-channel sets
one [her country estate in Ireland.
now on the market. They may Francis Legh, private secretary Name and address of occupant Name and ph. number of area c an t
have a UHF tuner installed in to Margaret, informed the
14 BEST QUALIFIED their VHF set. royal family.

They may add a UHF converter (Advertisement) Name and address of owner: Name and phone umber af co-ch n
to their VHF set. Or they
may install what is known as NATION'S BIRTH RATE Area No. FIXED UP YE 1
a strip tuner in their presentset CLEANED UP YES NO Buildings repaired
allowing them to tune in on Last year fewer that 4.200,000babies Buildings modernized
available UHF Back yard Porches and steps repaired }
one or more
CANDIDATE were born, the smallest Front yard Roofs repaired
channels. number since 1955. The fact is Vacant lots Screens repaired
1 With all-channel reception that the post-war baby boom Walls Fences repaired
mandatory, the FCC said, "TV has been over since 1958. Attic House Electrical equipment repaired
gutters Electrical wire or cord replaced
will find ample
broadcasting If your personal baby boon Porches Old electrical fixtures replaced
FOR ALACHUA COUNTY [ room in UHF" to grow on a is not over, you'll find a wealth Garage House washed .
national basis. of good new and used Furnace
I name signs
"The end result will be more furniture in PLANTED UP
today'sGainesville Insect breeding places destroyed
.I INSTRUCTIONThere TV stations, greater TV program Sun Classified Sec Rodent breeding places eliminated ,
variety, and better local Truck loads trash hauled away Flower boxes
tion. Check now for big savings, Flower gardens
TV the Refuse cans disinfected
reception throughout
New refuse cans provided Vegetable gardens
are many ways you can judge political! can r 'xdidotes. land." Residential litter receptacle Grass plots sowed
Much depends upon the type job being Trees I
49 CountiesTo Shrubbery and trees trimmed
i, sought. In a contest where so much is at stake- PAINTED UP Dead trees and stumps removed !

where the education and welfare of our children" House (outside) SPECIAL PROJECTS I
yx e Use VoteMachines No winder Rooms (painted)
are involved-your responsibility is great to make yak f r Louis Seafare shrimp Rooms (papered) Proper D Paints storage and paint of solvents

the best possible choice. During this race, take the '. tastes so goocMhey I Woodwork Floors D D Cleaning Insecticides materials
cook it just like I Ii Porches
time to carefully study the qualifications of each ill Fences Request voluntary fire I IAcpection. date:
1\\ TALLAHASSEE (APVot- they do" their chicken! III Outbuildings (I'f any) .. .. .......... .. .... . .......
candidate, and cast your vote for the best qualified jf Call them: FR 2-6311 I iii Screens Others: .-....-... .. ......- ...... .. .
0 0 'Y'ER> 'rj ing machines will be used in Roofs ... ... ... ................ ..... ....
candidate. Here's how he feels on some of Tuesday's primary in 49 of the 309 North West 13th St !11 . .. .. .............. .. ........
i 67 counties in Florida, Secretaryof
s the vital issues in the county school system. Tom Adams t IS THIS TYPE PROGRAM CARRIED ON YEAR ROUND? 0 Yes 0 No
reported. '
State pl 'i ih Evaluation of property per co-chairman: . . . . .0. . .

Adams said the use of ma Comments: . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .

chines would speed up the tabulation . . . . .I. .
of votes considerably. Ofthe ..

: HARRY EVANS BELIEVES IN A SOUND and Jefferson 49 counties will, use Baker paper, Pasco bal r

lots in some precincts, machines
:: PROGRAM OF PUBLIC SCHOOL in others, said Adams.
I I Florida's Most Television ProgramHOTLINE
: Adams said the state's first Important
: voting machines were put in
service by Dade and Duval

1. In a quality program of education in the essentials Reading, Writingand Counties in 1936. Hillsborough
'Arithmetic. County installed its first machine "

2. Every child should receive training according to his maximum capabilities the next year. MANDATE,
and his fullest needs. Here are the counties now

I 3. The schools should be responsible for a sound counseling and guidance I equipped for mechanized voting

program through all the grades. : .

4. The schools and parents, should work together for the over-all growthof Alachua, Bay, Brevard, Brow-

the child. r ard, Charlotte, Citrus, Clay, Col
5. The best in libraries should be provided, to increase the learning poten- lier, Columbia,Dade,Duval,Es- LEARN WHAT HAS HAPPENED AS

tial of each student that none be held back. cambia, Flagler, Hardee, Hen- ,

... 6. We need adequate school buildings to house every area of our children's dry, Hernando, Highlands, Hills- A RESULT OF SCOTT KELLY'S 23
t. education. borough, Indian River, Jackson,
7. Your School Superintendent should have the business and professional Lake, Lee, Leon, Manatee,

experience necessary to economically administer the business affairs of Marion, Martin, Monroe, Nas "HOT-LINE" TV PROGRAMS.
the office. sau, Okaloosa, Okeechobee, Or
8. Your School Superintendent should have the professional experience and ange, Osceola, Palm Beach, Pi-
training to offer positive leadership in school affairs, including practicaland nellas, Polk, Putnam, St. Johns,
effective curriculum development. St. Lucie, Santa Rosa, Sarasota, THIS CAN BE ONE OF THE MOST

9. In free "Free Public Schools" not in a fee system for parents to pay. Seminole, Sumter, Volusia, Wa-

There should be less fees instead of more. kulla, Walton and Washington. IMPORTANT HALF-HOURS IN YOUR
10. That dedicated teachers should have job security; and, local teachers
should have first consideration for promotions and openings.

,11. We must always be looking at our school system and other school sys- CAN YOU LIFE!
tems to compare and evaluate, so that at all times we will have not _

mediocrity-but the best. '- .

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E- 1. All schools., governmental agencies should cooperate in providing quality "HOT-LINE MANDATE" WILL BE ON :

: 2. All suggestions and ideas of parents and lay people should be listened p
to with careful consideration and respect in providing quality schools.

= 3. PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATIONS are essential, so parents, teachers at 9' .
: and school officials can talk and work together for quality schools. i :
4. The help of all civic and professional groups should be encouraged and
: enlisted to work together for quality education. 30 M.P.H.
5. The School Superintendent should utilize the professional knowledge

: and skills of the classroom teachers, the principals and other employees total WFGA-TV 8:00: P.M. CHANNEL 12
: for the building of quality education in Alachua County. your
stopping distance is

r Vote For The Best Qualified Candidate 88 .


: Vote For -. If you begin braking In i
% of one second. Slower reaction I II
time increase stopping I

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!., Influencing Med Center Rambler's BpthigSeIIng

;i "(This week, Alachna- County fig aspects of these-prob- trists. Its influence permeatesthe Important too, are the family
I; pays particular attention to lems.) J. Hillis Miller Medical group sessions. These meetings
1/(/ mental health problems. The By KAREN HACK Center's eighth floor psychiatric -serve to enlighten the patient's Spreel
I following article is the third There's a revolution under unit. family and focus on the inter-
Jn a three-part scries examin modem and enironm
: : way among. psychic No longer are mental pa- personal e ntal
, tients carted away for long- problems involved in mental ill
a Are you for courteous serv- term treatment inside mammoth ness. S
L ice from the Alachua County securely-locked institu Though the health center
I Y I tions. boasts an enviable, up-to-date
Sheriff's ?
.,, Department patient care patterned to latest .
x I. Today the mental .patient is
: ideally treated in a small com medical guideposts, its main
1 ThenVOTE funcion is not in patient care.
I and SUPPORT munity treatment center, fash-
"We are not geared to serve I
ioned like the environment from
4 BOB the Gainesville mentally ill as
t JORDAN which the patient entered.J.
Hillis Miller's "opendoor" a direct community health center ,t ," said Dr.' Ruffin. "In fact,
I plan of unlocked rooms
.j .o Pull Lever 20 A features living quarters modeled the majority of our patients are
On ( 5)) referrals from other parts of
; Voting Day May after contemporary motel "
,, the state. LUXURIOUS PERFORMER-270-hp
: -
rooms. Furnished with studio
e Ad") Instead, the hospital's primary V-8 Rambler Ambassador 990-HhardtopwittiredintnEbucketuats.
couches that open into beds at .
night, the rooms are largely goal is in teaching medical FUH-lOVlNG-for sun-lovers, a
console,center armrest standard.
students about psychiatry's Rambler Amertcan.440.AH this hlgtt>
AGAINST FEES taken care of by the patients !
themselves. modem'applications and in research spirit trtd glamour)In America'lo K ,
i' of mental health problems est-prfeed convertibleiy
Facilities in this unit accommodate
t'l HARRY EVANS is AGAINST 32 and any expansionis and patient care.

a. The Fee System not foreseen because a large L
number of patients would disrupt -
54 I Vote For I the of liv-
I concept group IS"MINIMUM : TRAVELSMART-Sleeklineswith
ing in the community psychiatry -'a. ( S plenty of room for six 6-footers in the
g Evans program. s, S Rambler aassic770 hardtopplentyof
Harry Furthering the concept of 1lWAGE" action with)' choice of V-8 or 61
community psychiatry is the :
c I h k Superintendent of Schools family dining room, where buffet -

,I'I (Pd. Adv.. I meals are served. A huge IMPORTANT TO ,.:.;. :
recreation area with a pool
1; --AD-EQu TE --- table, ping pong equipment, FLORIDA
basketb a 11 courts and a .
PUBLIC SCHOOLS & U. of F.! screened sun patio is the main 1 1
( hub of patient activity.

.,l t COMPARE CONSIDER ELECT "We try to keep the patients @ :

BUSINESSMAN, FARMER,ATTORNEY occupied and active," said Dr. I r
William C. Ruffin Jr., head of I1
the in-patient unit. "Their day 111111111
f usually runs from seven in the
morning to eleven at night,"

.. he added.A .
visit to the recreation room
any afternoon generally finds WHERETHE BUYS ARE!We've got special savings Brakes, at no extra cost. And each is all dressed up

Pd. Pol. Adv. most of the patients there. In now on hardtops, convertibles, sedans, wagons. and ready to save you'money during Rambler'sSpring
the flourish of activity, a visitor -
can observe heated ping We've got a choice of 7 transmissions, 9 engines Selling Spree. (Rambler American savings

pong matches leisurely sunbathing (V-8s and 6s), 25 beautiful Rambler Spring models start with the lowest prices of any'U.S.-built carl)

couples dancing to the in all. Each offers Rambler extra-value features, Come see-come save on a Rambler todaylT .
MOIEIJust latest popular music, husbandsand
wives visiting-their arms I such as Deep-Dip rustproofing and DoubleSafetyPrice comparison baud on manufacturers suggested nta3 pVB rictsvTESTTHE

entwined; amateur cooks exper-

imenting in the community kit OR 6
tell us how much Cash i 24 24 chen. HEAR AND SEE
you need to pay old You Monthly you Monthly "The idea,behind community
bills, for home improvements Receive Payment Receive Payments BRAILEY
psychiatry developed from the
.. t pairs, for all, car your re1185.00 $11.00 $428.00 $25.00 fact that mental illness can be ODHAM
seasonal expenses. 537.00 31.00 traced to the home and community '
338.00 20.00 Candidate for U.S. Senate
l Phone courteous for prompt, 600.00 34.33 of the patient," explained -
Payments include interest and principal. Dr. Ruffin. Channel 12 1132 S. MAIN STREET GAINESVILLE, FLORIDAWatch
LOANS UP TO $600 Hence, since the illness develops -

): /<, F'>!!. ,' in a home environment Tonight the Danny Kaye Show on.CBS-TV,Wednesday evenings4kHMR
i = the idea is to treat it in an at- Pot. Ad. Pd. Odham
By Bratley
r FAMILYFINANCE mosphere as nearly like it as
I L >ossible. This concept is fully
developed in the Netherlands
''J SERVICE, INC. where patients don't stay in hospitals HOLLAND SATURDAY
of Gainesville at all. Instead they liven .

204 S. E. First Street.............FR 6.4661 The volunteer foster home"foster idea Is homes.currently :"- WFGA TV-Ch. 12 6:30 to 7 P.M.-WJXT Chi 4-9:30 to 10 P. M. .... ............

; being actively promoted in

1 Here's Why Boston.An important concept of community .

psychiatry is group YOUR VOTE FOR
therapy where patients discuss .;
J. in a group their mutual ,
t Pierce SMITH problems and concerns. .A i x>YYk SPESSARD L. HOLLAND

Therapeutic treatment Is also
III II available by individual psychotherapy
mileau (environmental s WILL ASSURE:
I : Is Qualified therapy) chemotherapy and

[ physical and occupational ther- SENIORITY Senator Holland ranks 12th In seniority among 67 .SPACE DEVELOPMENT-Everyone knows the Influence the Space
.$ To Be Your Democratic Senators, which gives him a powerful voice on three Program has had on Florida's economic development. Spessard
i apy.A basic concept too is dynamics major committees vital to Florida's future.Appropriations, Ag Holland is a member of the Space Committee whose prime responsibility ''a:
-:. ,"" Tax Assessor that is, the emphasis on riculture and Forestry,and Space Committees. it is to handle legislation in the space field. -
short-term treatment. Primary DIGNITY-Many Senators have fought battles and won...but
EXPERIENCED EFFICIENT goal is that of quick recovery INTEGRITY Holland has an enviable, proven,.18 year record ,of few with the dignity i and confidence of Senator Holland. Our
." COURTEOUS RELIABLE and return to the home. forthrightness and moral leadership. Senior Senator has the respect and admiration of his colleagues.

I' Gainesville Business man since 1937. "If a patient does not" respondto MEDICAL ASSISTANCE- Spessard Holland strongly supports media CROSS FLORIDA BARGE CANAL-Senator Holland has been Instru
here said Dr.
Central l Florida! of the American of our treatment million dollars In Federal funds for cone
President : Chapter Society cal assistance for our senior citizens via the Kerr-Mill Act. Kerrmental In getting one
Appraisers. Ruffin, "he is usually transferred broader than Medicare. Kerr-Mills hospital struction of the Cross Florida Barge Canal. \4
Mills offers pays
Past President Florida State Elks Association Inc. to one of the state hospi coverage
Trustee Harry-Anna Crippled Children's Hospital. tals.." and doctor bills for those In need. ( CITIZEN'S RIGHTS-Holland'* vigilance where all our dfzerisn
Graduate University of Florida. its are concerned is known to all. He is against any law that .
Appointed Tax Assessor 1963. Average stay of a patient Is BETTER HARBORS- As a resutt.of Holland's: work In Washington, deprives g of basic liberties such as the present Civil Rights Bill.i H
Micanopy. Florida. 1914. .
Born near about 70 days.A Harbors has been improved.
Married to Arie Tillman of Gainesville. special aspect of the program every one of the 17 major Florida INTERSTATE HIGHWAYS-Spessard Holland supported the Highway .
James 20, Linda 16, Villie '14.
Member Children:: is the ambulant section. FLOOD CONTROL Holland has been effective in securing Federal .Act of 1956 increasing Federal contributions, to Interstate
First Methodist Church American Legion Elks Moose "Individuals in this sectionare Funds for South and Central Florida Flood Control. Roads. (ToLtieal Airtrtittment Paid for )7 Httttrt X. Work.'Tnuwr)
I Kiwanis County Democratic Club Senior Member ASA. not quite ready to face the
Reserve Officers Association University of Florida Alumni "
home situation, explained Dr.
Association. Life Member Delta Sigma Pi. RE-ELECT SPESSARD L.HOLLA .
Combat l Infantry'Veteran World War II. Ruffin. "Consequently, they go
PRESENTLY SERVING AS to work or school during the

t : 4 YOUR TAX ASSESSOR day and sleep here at night. 1 U.S. SENATOR
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PULL LEVER 22 A the regular unit often leave

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! Ruth Weimer Women's Editor Rehearsal DinnerMr. PlannedGainesville A, GOOD VOCATIONAL PROGRAM .
Golf and Country
Club has planned a special ", Vote For
: FICUS Staffer Retires Today and Mrs. Roberts Wesley] The bride-to-be, Mrs. Fagan I Mother's Day Buffet dinner Sun-

Rogers will entertain with a din- and Mrs. Rogers were presented day, May 10. HARRYEVANSSuperintendent
A ner this evening honoring Miss with corsages of yellow ros-
Mrs. Thelma Ivey will retire Sharon Elizabeth Fagan an d es by the two hostesses. Serving is scheduled from of Schools' 1

today as administrative assist- their son, John Douglas Rogers, During the luncheon, Miss noon until 2:30 p.m. Reservations -

ant in the Department of Wornen's j following the wedding rehearsalat 'Fagan presented her attendantswith are required.. I. ,? (O'd. Adr.) .
Avenue Christian of silver.
the University gifts ---------- -
Activities for
the Florida .
Church. Yellow chrysanthemums and
Institute for Continuing Univer- The nuptials will take place yellow tapers formed the centerpiece -

sity Studies. Saturday at 3 p. m. at the for the table.
jame I y. church. Guests included the honoree I
Mrs. Ivey, widow of ArthurG.
Mrs. Fagan, Mrs. Rogers, Miss
Ivey, Florida newsman, be- The rehearsal dinner will be
Inn. Janice Burwell, Savannah,I
at the University
! gan her career after his death given Ga., a cousin of the bride, Miss:

in 1948. Mr. Ivey was state news White chrysanthemums, lilacs, Irene Curry of Winter Park 1

.I f editor on the Jacksonville Flo- and with white baby's tapers breath will combined Jorm the and Tallahassee.Miss Carol Greismer of The ,njve sjty l .n.

' rida-Times Union for 16 years. ,.. 'centerpiece for the luncheon :

, Previously, he owned the Plant table.

l City Courier and worked on the .M I Places will be marked for the WeddingPlans

R Orlando Sentinel and Tampa ,bridal couple, Mr. and Mrs D.
of the brideelect -
S. Fagan, parents
department of science and Y'Y'p I
W. T.
; Mr. and Mrs.
In 1948, Mrs. Ivey entered Brownett, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin -
the University of Florida as a Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. John The place to meet

'freshman and joined the staffof Arnold, Mrs. Andrew John Tem-

J the General Extension-Division nht4 ples, Miss Carol Greismer. Miss ListedALACHUA
t Irene Curry, Miss Janice Bur- friends
, of Florida, forerunner of
rell, Miss Carolyn
7 FICUS, prior to her graduation. Miss Patricia Rehbein, Miss Wedding plansare
announced today for the
'I Howard
She has assisted in coordinating Carol Lee Browning. marriage of Miss Sandra Elaine groups .
cousin of the -. --
Lewis Fagan, ...
short courses for the Florida Taa > Rourk, daughter of Mr. and .
bride-elect> ; Rodney Eugene for lunch .
Congress of Parents and Teachers Rogers and Robert David Rog- Mrs. Thad Ervin Rourk of Ala- clubs -. -. .
( Yx chua and William Alfred Floyd, .
which she served as first ers, brothers of the bridegroomelect .- -
Sund and son of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Floydof -
vice-president in 1947, the Florida ; James Wilson High Springs.
Federation of Garden Kenny Bridesmaids LuncheonMrs. The wedding will be Satur- Carriage

Clubs and also coordinated Mrs. Thelma Ivey, administrative assistant of Clayton E. Hawk and day at the First Baptist Church.
Rev. J. Hilton Olive
will offici-
Family Life Institute programs, Women's Activities for FICUS, checks this year's her daughter, Mrs. Andrew John
ate at the
1(| throughout the state, conducted edition of the Handbook of PTA Leadership, which temples, honored Miss Fagan Wedding music ceremony.will begin at Steak Room
( /
she has compiled and edited for 14 years. with
;I by the General Extension Division and her attendants today 7:30 pjn., with Mrs. Tony Reddof

in previous years and now I the bridesmaids luncheon at Gainesville, vocalist, and

handled by FICUS.. Fine Arts Plans the Gainesville Golf and Country -Miss Ruth Dyer, organist. / SPECIAL COMPLETE LUNCH $1.65
Club. Miss Merlyn Rourk, sister of INCLUDING APPETIZER TO DESSERT
q Mrs. Ivey's son, DeWitt, was the bride-elect, will be maid of I )?I FROM OUR FAMOUS ROLLING CART

graduated from the Universityof Hawaiian DinnerMay honor. Bridesmatron will be NOON '2:00 P.M.'
CalendarOf -
Mrs. Annette Imler, sister of
Florida with high honors. He I
the bride, and Miss
and his wife and two young banquet of the Fine Arts menu following a typical luau.A Runes, cousin of the bride-elect Rozmary Cocktails Served From Noon

daughters live in Albuquerque, Association will be held Wednes- travel film of Hawaii will is to be bridesmaid.Miss .
N. M., where he is head of the day, May 6, in the Green Roomof be shown. EventsTODAY I
Sheryl Rogers, niece of
department o f science and the Holiday Inn. Mrs. David T. Williams, chairman the bride-elect, will be flower j
teaches biology at Sandia High This year's affair will emphasize of the social committee,I I

School a Hawaiian theme with the will be in charge of the dinner Senior, May recital 1, Miss Patricia girl.Roy Floyd, brother of the

and program assisted by mem bridegroom-elect, will be best
ber of her Anne Rehbein, soprano, and
J r Newlyweds Have Reservations committee.for the eveni t Daniel A. Bowles, trumpeter, man.ler and Ushers Rodger will Tracy Im: F-

I must be made by Monday night 8 p.m. Highlands Presbyterian All friends and relatives are I

Established A HomeMr. with Mrs. Myron Cunninghamor Church. invited to attend the weddingand
Mrs.'Ramon Bradley. American Association fo r
reception following .
1110-- United Nations, 7:30 p.m., Com- ) .
and Mrs. Thomas C.Elaine Hardee, is the daughterof Room Guaranty Federal ceremony at the Alachua Wornan's k .
I munity
Beaty have established a home Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardeeof Little Women Savings and Loan Association, Club. -- ---- --- -

in Gainesville following their Gainesville. The bridegroomis Dr. Hugh Popenoe, guest speak- -.
marriage April 4 at the Antioch
the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Will Honor
Church. Rev. W. P. Mc-
Baptist the double S. S. Kirby. er.United Church Women World Clean-Up PAINT-UP, FIX-UP,.
!r Elroy performed Seniors Fellowship: Day programs, 7:3(o PLANT-. UP .
ring ceremony. I The bride, given in marriageby
Rawls assistant
John C. ,
Miss p.m.
The _bride, formerly *
l her father, wore a white Graduating members will be principal of Lincoln Higl
honored at the annual senior
wedding gown fashioned with School speaker.

chapel irain, Her veil of.illusionfell banquet tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. Howard Bishop Junior H i gl EU i1JtIWtgi /r and newS5h
from of in the' G a i n e sville Woman'sClub School PTA Fun Night, 6:15 .e
a crown seed pearls, .
West Newberry Road. In- p.m. Covered dish supper followed .
and she carried a Bible, covered stallation of officers will feature by Variety Show, schoo]1
with lace, and an orchid. the program. cafetorium. to E asunm stork SUPER-TEX PAINT

The banquet is open to the SATURDAY, May 2 :
Betty Dampier served
4 entire membership and no urtetioU
her sister as matron of honor charge is to be made. Gainesville Junior Woman's 0 ,

and Miss Mary Eddy was Members of the G a i n esville Club, Presentation Ball,
/:' t bridesmaid. Both attendants Woman's Club assisting with 9 p.m., Moose Hall. 0 SUPER TOUGH SUPER GLOSSQUICKDRY

the banquet arrangements are Little Women Senior Ban- ENAMEL
pink dresses and
Mrs. Earnest Campbell and quet, 6:30: p.m., Gainesville
matching head pieces made by Mrs. Fred T. Laughon Jr., ad- Woman's Club, Installation of / EC@
F the bride's mother. They carried visers, and Mrs. Mitchell Baum- officers.

rosebud bouquets.S. stein, Mrs. Carlos Proctor and Student Recital sponsored -. ODORLESS :
Mrs. Donald Brooks.Instal.lation. by the Gainesville Mu- 5167 REGULAR .
S. Kirby, grandfather of sic Teachers Association, $1.79 :

the bridegroom, served as best 7:30 p.m., choral auditorium gviclc >ijY QUART =

man. Ushers were Lamar Simmons UF Music Building. Public in- f Smooths on easily and dries without ;.

A l : and Troy Kirby. Is PlannedXi vited. brush marks. Washable porcelain :
University Newcomers Family -
The bride's mother and extra durable. For wood or metals -
wore an Picnic, 3:30 Lake Wau-
aqua linen sheath dress with Phi Chapter of Beta Sigma p.m. ;i inside or out in white and decorator -
R burg.
will hold their installation rr !
of officers colors.
white accessories. The bride- Little Women Senior Banquet, .1. :.
on May 12, at the homeof WHITE
\ groom's mother wore an orchid Mrs. Robert Jennings with 6:30 p.m., Gainesville Worn I
linen dress with white Miss Connie an's Clubhouse, West University -
accesso- Stringer cohostess. TOUGH DURABLE
:j ,
) Avenue. -Tf.
t' ries.A Dr. Henry Lyons, local phsy- SUNDAY, May 3 \ WHITE PORCH and FLOOR ENAMEL

reception was given in the chiatrist, was guest speaker at Open House for congregation l BLACK CLEAR For use on wood or

educational building of the a recent meeting of the sorority. -of the First Methodist Church, COPPER yn* concrete. .Inside of
church by the bride's parents. He discussed the basic 3 to 5 p.m., at the new parsonage -, P and many u out. Resists scuffing;
I practice of a psychologist, psychiatrist of Rev. and Mrs. Thomas::1 lovelydzcorctor spit protects against
t>wod QUART
Mrs. Wilson Green sister of and a psycho analyst. Mitchell, 2156 NW Third Place. I Pack ..; colon weather, "wear.

the bride, and Mrs. Wilson Todd l' .. \I y grease oil, etc._
3' & ? cut and served the wedding TAX MONEY BETTER SPENT 1II d& : ....
MEANS MORE PROGRESS aa otet ,,,,, ,
cake and Mrs. Troy Kirby, sis- ELECT .
ter of the bride, poured punch. Pllc&kt II'i cAri e SvhF .TDItiI .

Mrs. :Mary Simmons ht 1I : VIHYLLATEXfU.T:
Mrs. Thomas C. Beaty Jr. and .Mrs. Dashwood Hicks 97 WALL PAINT
P. W. Kirby assisted with the

hospitalities.Miss A BUSINESSMAN For interior. ---I QUICKDRYINGSPRAY
: ENAMEL i cAr 5419 iAN+ON
Brides' Linda COUNTY COMMISSIONER r weffs ceilings porches Aerosol type can LLflPl
Hollingsworth and _
and floors what- makes painting jobs
Miss ALACHUA COUNTY For all inferiors.f S
Kay Sunken kept the bride's ever your painting lots of fun! Tough MNI1E Washable! Dries 30
book. DISTRICT 3 AT LARGE needs just check the gwck-dryin for M
reside minutes to soft flat
-Vote For Sound, Progressive Government symbol to find it. or out. .a
Book The newlyweds honeymoonedon finish! Odorless, too!
the East Coast of Florida. fd. Ad*.
mm m tmtuAimmtwmimuumetfa* *

'j Painting, Aids to help do the best possible job!

Shower complimenting Mrs. I .

Robert Adams Monroe III, COLOR TV 'IS GREAT

the former Miss Janice Yvonne -

Cannon, 7:30 p.m., Mrs.
Bill Ward, 944 NW 3&d Ave ,

nue. LIVING COLOR TV SHOWS -. i R'q..w f : for Me
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Rehearsal dinner honoringMiss GET THE GREATEST COLOR TV VALUES < PAN SITS Extra !sue 5-Or. PLASTIC _
Sharon Elizabeth

and their son, John Douglas AND THE FINEST IN COLOR TV SERVICE aB Perfect paints.results Metal with JiHC Polyethylene with wean A

Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Robert holds handle; pours ut,fa for 47c
Wesley Rogers, following 5 AT P Measure marled.ONEPIECE .
pjn. rehearsal, University -
For thinning A ,brash PLASTIC
SATURDAY, May 2 p.ifttsd enamels {;. need a DROP CLOTHS
TV Res. $1.17 R.9 $1,69 c:
TECH 87 .
Wedding of Miss Sharon $1.49 GALLON 1 PK G. OF 3 SIC ALLPURPOSEMASKING 3-
Elizabeth Fagan, daughter ,of TAPS
Penetrates surf
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Mr. and Mrs. David Shytle chors the paint. Clean Iy2" for small surfaces ,

Fagan and John Douglas es .s3.. 3" for reg.SPECIAL ) 77waterproof. i .
Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. COLOR TV HEADQUARTERS

Robert University Wesley Avenue Rogers Church,':3 pjn.of 122 N.W. 16th Ave. Phone FR 2-0433 Parking'G. C. MURPHY CO First Quay Iwa.ys

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-c- ,. Burns He's Running On a Schedule FEDERAL :


I By ARLEsSTAFFORD. I I job, but they are so restrictedon planned to quote from it duringhis entered the stadium. He was
.i, The:hub of Haydon Bums, space as to make it virtually Clearwater speech in replyto I)I introduced by a former mayorof ;' QUALITY HOMES

J campaign.for governor is ,city POLITICAL PROFILEShours I impossible municate with to the adequately people."com a recent Times' article critical St. Petersburg. He addressee

hall of him and his administration. -a live audience of one thousandand
I The candidate's preferred I I Burns said campaigning offersno an unmeasured television 4820 N.W. 13th St. & 441 North :
t earlier, toured the city in his remarks. He discussed his -
physical problems to him. He
" to the.delivering electorate Is his In message a long, long caravan of cars,I opposition to the civil rights I. said he doesn't put in many "Listen to this," he said, and audience. Gainesville Phone 372-5113
per- and talked with students at St.i legislation pending in Congress. more hours than he normally then read from the special section Haydon Burns was in his ele
son.And Petersburg Junior College and I When he was done, four stu would as mayor."I a paragraph praising him. ment.
the Burns campaign train Kiwanians at their noon lunch- dents threw him questions chal- am 52 and the grandfatherof He told one joke', then an- ;, Hours:
1 1'W1.5'on time, or the lenging his civil rights stand. He all the candidates, and I other. Who's JUSTISS? '
I reason why.: fielded each with dexterity, and 8 8 Sun. :
The eon.He liberalism daily wear down two or three Asked why he doesn't use; What's a a.m. to p.m.; 11-7 p.m.
Jacksonville mayor de- had run into a cell of then hurried away, ignoring the PUBLIC
earns of DEFENDER?
younger supporters, humor in his speeches,
more I
scribed bis the .
campaign one recent at junior college.He little of students who sat
group he said. Who CARES?
k day in a-room at Guy Lombar- spoke-as always-in a quiet on the grass in front of the fine Burns said: "I usually inject a.. See orange blue and void handbill "Service is a MUST with Us"
IS I dos Port OCall on the southern voice,not unlike that of a teacher arts building singing the theme The Burns campaign train little levity at the beginning.I around town & Sun classified see. i.,
outskirts SL Petersburg. lecturing students. There song of the integration move- rolled aga'j! ,. this time to St. But I'don't think problems of I Pd. Adv. ..1I
He had little humor in Petersburg,Beach,for a speechto government are humorous.
. flgwn i into town four was-as always- ment, "We Shall Overcome. I
loyal workers at
a campaign
If he heard them, he didn't He kept checking the time,I
: IS';d..7% A FAIR PROFIT? 'show it.Now headquarters.Then it paused. at a motel. asking if they were on schedule. MOTHER WILL LOVE A
J after an hour of confer The car arrived at the rendezvous -I
It Yes'Says State Supreme Court! ences with local supporters, he The candidate was left alone for 'on the outskirts of Clearwater .
an hour's rest. Mrs. Burns flewin ZENITH COLOR TV
tI lp REDUCE OUTRAGEOUS dissected his campaign. from Jacksonville to join 10 minutes early. I
"I refused to create 67 gover-
"Punctuality means a great
:Telephone l & 'Power PROFITS! nors in the state by naming him.At sundown, they climbed intoa deal to me," he said. "In 15 i
campaign managers," Burns I big, black limousine and head- years I have missed only five
: Elect a QUALIFIED ,said. "Instead, for the first timein ed for two quick appearances at scheduled engagements and two 608 N.
.INDEPENDENT the history of statewide poli- meetings, and then to a rally at:of those were because of wea- COUCH'S
I : tics, I have established in every Jack Russell stadium in Clear-I ther."
community an organization water. MAIN ST.
.t. Phillip S. BrewerYOUR ranging in size from 50 to 150 Burns, who smiles seldom I At the precise moment, Burns

people on which our campaign from, the podium, was in high I
hinges."I good humor. Mrs. Burns had VINYL FLOOR TILE
RAILROAD & PUBLIC UTILITIES I am relying on my friends brought from his files a special 42 COLORS IN STOCK N. C. Fl iLargest DisplayOf
: COMMISSIONER I i with whom I have been involvedin section published by the St. 10 9/10* PER
common problems for the last Petersburg Times a few TILE
Sinclair Eaton Co.
15 years while serving as mayor ago describing progress made
of Jacksonville." by the city of Jacksonville. He 716 N. Main St.
He said he,has the backing of
jADBRAKES 85 to 90 per cent of Florida's
city officials and 70 to 75 per .
t cent of its county officials.He .
turned to the problem of
reaching the electorate. EVERY LAWYER IN MARION COUNTY

"My effort is to reach the __ 4ex,
: people on as personal a basis as
has endorsed
possible, preferably through in- G.. .
dividual and personal contact; b
secondly, through addressinglive
audiences; and thirdly,
I through the media of televisionand JAMES W. KYNES
then radio," he said.
1 "It is only through these ave
nues that the public has an op
portunity to hear the candi- 6

date's own words exactly as _
they are delivered and in the for Attorney General

Special. attitude which they are de .t ,

BRAKES Newspapers are not as accurate -
in presenting a candidate's
RELINED views "must be translated
C through the writings of others,"
with Ford,Bonded Cher., Plym.Linings, Rambler hes aid. We as all of the members of the Ocala-Marion County Bar,
Most newspaper people are have unanimously endorsed the candidacy of James W, Kynes for
dedicated and honest, Burns the office of Attorney General of the State of Florida. Jimmy

meGASWELL said, but there are those "who began the practice of law here in Ocala upon his graduation from

demand half-truths of their and a staffs utilization distorted of the University of Florida. Each pf us, has practiced with him and.

the news columns to express against him in every type of civil and criminal case. We knew himfirst :

management views which nor as an associate of one of our leading law firms and then asa ..

mally would be limited to editorial partner in -his own firm. He also served very effectively as .
pages." Assistant State Attorney for the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida '
"Let me emphasize, he add- with full responsibility for the handling of all criminal cases --
t ed, "that 98 per cent do a good arising in Marion County. .

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Many of us have had occasion to contact him frequently during m .._. :
'his than three of service as legal and administrative .
Dear Parents and Grads of GHS more years -: ::
assistant to our present Governor., We found that he had acquired ..
1 a very competent knowledge of the working of our state government .
1I and particularly of our cabinet systemin which he- will have occa :

!I E and Friends' County Wide: sion Attorney General to serve twenty-four cabinet boards and .. '. -

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,.. We think you will be interested to know that during the years .. :

I Please do not coil me at GHS this next week to discuss my political campaign. in which Jimmy was a member of our Bar, in addition to being extremely .
I I am";doing my job as principal and have taken the responsibilities of active in all phases of the practice he also made a considerable -
: Director of Guidance In place of Mrs. Stevens who is convalescing in the contribution to our civic, religious and educational life
hospi.tql after major heart surgery. here in Ocala and Marion County. He served as president of the ..

local Kiwanis Club as chairman of the Central Florida Junior College :
DO THIS: : If the programs I have administered during the past 18 years
have been good, tell 10 different friends about my work. Remember, If advisory board, and as a member of the official board of our local I

the 5000 students and friends I have worked directly with for schools do Methodist Church.

this-we win reach 50,000 people!!!
..- We hope you will agree with us that Jimmy's experience as a -
:.. .... USE THE. ... -FOLLOWING POINTS TO DISCUSS MY WORK: lawyer and his experience in state government and particularly in

: ,. I have a Masters Degree from the U. of Fla.; this is the maximum requirement for the work of the cabinet qualifies him to serve as Attorney General ..
: a SUPERINTENDENT IN THIS STAfE. of the State of Florida. We strongly commend 'our favorable consideration -

: 2. That the present administration Is not supporting my candidacy but In the past years of the candidacy for Attorney General of our long-time
.. has recommended me for MERIT PAY OR COMPETENCY AWARD EACH YEAR IT HAS fellow practitioner James Kynes.r .
BEEN IN EFFECT. This is the highest award granted to a teacher in this county, as It pays
$40<>" year; surely it would not have been awarded if I had not earned it.
3, That any FEE set by any school must be approved by the superintendent and school board, I II II
: and'the ,FEES are NOT COLLECTABLE if the parent objects and that no child under my Willard *Y Lo is 0. ravelYs r E. G, Musleh
supervision has ever been denied. any subject, activity, or holding back of grades if they did s\ (/
: not"pi'y a FEE' I \\fa* 4' lvi e i/ 1i44Lk

4. That the policy of GHS regarding activities Is as follows: Any student wishing to attend I
any function, athletic game band concert, etc with the parents consent, may have t ::1 gel Reginald Black J hn Marshall Green Victor J, slehi
: free tickef by'reporting to the:office and requesting same.
I wp:
; 5. That the schools I have administered have been run democratically, not as a dictator II i s
ship and that the will of the people has been expressed in my administration as to discipline, William F. Blowers Frank. R. Gree a Wi i O'NeillhKSi
activities dress curriculum etc. and that the superintendent has been notified of every j
major policy of our school that I have not been reprimanded for enforcing the policies.

6.Team was asked to speak at the State Superintendents Convention on programs at GHS ,I IUMU.
and that various Superintendents state wide have sent teachers to visit our school. I have ames J. Caruso J h ntgo a Greene A. G. Pattillo, J>;
been commended. for our program, despite the shortage of teachers.

7.'t'That 1 have never solicited funds from any school employee and that t believe any school r .
person should have the right to 'Politic' for any candidate, after school hours.
L' a ', Robert T eson Jr. GX/Don Ritter
8. That I have not promised any job to any person .and that I have not made any plans to
discharge'any school person. This school year will be under the administration of the pre-
sent supennfendnt. I am not intrviewing for him, nor will he interview for me. c2., .#

9. That JL want, to transfer my talents and abilities county wide to work for every child in this Edwin C. Cluster HarveOR. Klein les A. Sava Ri e

school system. dtb1' J.
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Thqnks for the pleasures you have given me in the post years-lf I am I aMt.Cs -

worthy,. work for me; If I have been wrong and have made mistakes, you Daniel J arses Elwyn ea mes r
be the j ju3ge and vote your convictions. 11 /e1

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Your Candidate for Sup't of Public Instruction. I N rry .Dozier Jr. GovernJ allace Stur r.

I VOTE For W. S. "TINY" Wallace unn & 6h

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i ; TALBOTSuperintendent I e'r oa 7 hn >< Eric E. Wagner .

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Aaron Goldman B. Walkup,0r
: of Public Instruction '. ; r

Fd. PoL,Ad?.'bj Junes W. Kynes :,' ; -

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12. Gainesville Sun Friday, May 1, 1964 --
man and committeewoman in Advertisement) _

I ,, Are you for a County; Safety Party Races Get Stalled each party remains the official To serve their readers and advertisers better, I
. Officer? party representative until the newspapers in recent years have invested'more than
I If So, election four years later. $700 million in new plants and equipment.. ".-- I

". VOTE and SUPPORT"JFjBOB Due To L-o-n-g Ballot

JORDANPull I Editor's note:.This is the last commissioners constables tax' This year the Democratic I Truth and :.

story from The Associated collector, tax assessor, voter Party has one slate of delegatesand -

, Lever 20 A : Press capital bureau in Tallahassee registrar surveyor, circuit the Republican Party has -' '
on the primary campaigns court clerk, school superintendent -
On Voting Day (May 5)) i the offices and the and others.In two.That means, the Democraticslate _= .= -

/Po.AdvJ : men seeking ,them. Today's addition, 15 men are seek- pledged to President John- ConsequencesAN .
installment discusses the ing the post of Democratic na- son, will represent the state.
party elections in Florida. tional committeeman and 4 are But the Republican voters will -- --.
seeking the post of republican have to choose between a slate OPEN LETTER ..-- ..-... --
Decorator By DOUGLAS STARR :
Styled ..,
national committeeman. Four headed by Rep. William Cramer --
women are seeking the post of R-Fla., pledged to Sen. Barry TO W. -',- ..
candidates for Democratic ::,
Democratic national committee- Goldwater, R-Ariz., and :,
and Republican Party of- an April 26, \64 -,
woman and two are seeking the unpledged slate headed by State ,- -
DRAPERY FABRICS fices have to obey the same I -
rules for qualifying as do candi- post committeewoman.Unlike of Republican. national Republican Brown. Chairman Tom .
'dates for governmental offices,
the other primaryraces Though unpledged officially, -
the strictly party races are left -
the election of national Brown's slate is loyal to Gold- Talbot: inesvilleSun. ;
Mr. :::. .
atDISCOUNT to the second primary.The Dear the G r '
of .lad.\\Ia. a .
commit tee m a n and national water. reporter :
reason for holding off committeewoman is one-shot Even slates interview with a qualified had -
a though are pled- fully iliato3erva t oar -
In on are _:.
such party elections to the second -i affair. There is no runoff in ged or loyal to particular can- the claim that you ndent. Y au stated in gradu ate -- -
PRICES primary-May 26 this yearis those races. The candidate for didates, they are not bound by mode sc oOl superInto the masters degree: os a neWS story. -
simply a matter of ballot each post receiving the most law to cast their ballots for that County as 36 beyond -

I length. I' votes wins. candidate at the national con- I completed SSBSSU--
For example, 449 candidates The same is true for electionof vention. I s chool. The ;
are seeking governmental of- the party delegates to the national Nevertheless, candidates gen in the o'n :The records a hours of grad ate pnysical.Educa.T;, 7.
II fices in the May 5 first primary.Not convention. The slate receiving -erally feel honor bound to support I THE TRUTH completed only 15 which i were in cibove ::: '
all of these will be on the the most votes in the their pledges at least on that yoU have degree, 9 of after taking the 7:: -: I
The re.-
Furniture Manufacturers
same ballot in every county, second primary represents the the first ballot or as long as beyond the Masters further show that Record Exam inoton. astiers. -- -
however. But each county will state in the national convention.This their candidate is in the run- The recordS the Graduate make t\le: mlnimum-:. --- -: ._
vote on congressional and legislative year, the Democratic National ning. \5 hours yOU tOOk ond failed to to study far un _
SAMPLE HOUS offices, state attorney,I Convention will be in At- After the conventions are over fired by the Uni ry to be admitted --
public defender three Supreme; lantic City, N.J.; and the Re- the delegates are generally are q qualifying u score clearly pointed out that
Court justices, public utilities, publican National Convention dismissed. ad"anced degree.k : It should be training required by
\ comzfossiozier, sis. Cabinet posts vzCE: he art San. Fcaac&cs 1, Bat tiift taisaoal eaas1uCfte.- 7 CQtt; S :Q\.IENCES >' and governor in addition to such: hove tftienece,5 min.rrn School Admirrrs'odors.Y The
"ot of
f [county offices as judge sheriff, oar do Association 1ZOtton: ot 136 hours)
--- Lovers' Lane Slaying the American ta'this notional organ/V'S.. is one full year of the
J mission standard for the level. Most ; Yet -
i the masters association' ::

RALPH TURLINGTON Suspect Placed at Scene 1 .adm1S5on of superintendents graduate study of beyond our'state councils.This are active Alachua in this County is no tiine cannot toreduce in bli our

LAFAYETTE, Ga. (AP) A the past year in jail awaitingtrial. i it yoU are a in the notional to a seta nd-rote status
witness has testified that he saw I represented county school system ,

James M. Blevins looking The dead girl's father, Hugh I our nation.
BEST QUALIFIED "about half wild" near the automobile -Scott Newell, is the only parent) state and .
:I of Orville Steele who of the couple who has been allowed Sincerely .
was slain with his fiance on in the courtroom dur- Evans, I
Lookout Mountain over a year ing the trial. Newell signed the Harry Superintendent
murder warrant and is technically Candid ate for
ago.Blevins .
is charged with the a prosecutor. )
I murder of Steele, 19, and Carolyn :
Proven Record Flegal, 41, of Rossville, Ga., \
Newell, 16, whose strangled said he noticed air escap i n g _.
bodies were found on the mountain from the right front tire of the NOT MEDIOCRITY THE BEST
a week after they disappeared -Steele boys' parked car. e

1 .. Proven Qualifications William on S.Easter Flegal Sunday, a Walker, 1963. vins About appeared that time fromsomewherein he said, Ble- Vote For The

sheriff, said he
County deputy
front of the vacant automo
was on Lookout Mount a i n i.

t Proven Legislative Easter searching Sunday for stolen when cars he saw on bile.The witness said Blevins ask Fully Qualified Candidate
I Blevins. ed for directions on how to get'i : : ,,, l
off the mountain but reversed Ji
"His eyes were about as bigas
f your fists," Flegal said in his path and did not follow
e them. ,
RALPH Experience superior court. He testified that
TURLINGTONRalph Blevins was dressed in an Ar- -

my style camouflage suit. NOW OPEN HARRYEV
Blevins said in an unsworn i
l1 ( Turlington Will Continue to Support: statement at a preliminary 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
hearing after he was arrested ALL YOUR FAVORITE
t Quality Schools Gr Universities Economy in Government last year that he was on the BRANDS
I mountain that Easter and:I Liquors

tt State InstitutionsSunland_ .. ," Constitutional i Revision dressed in a camouflage suit. Wines ANS
r\ Training Centers M..M t." .0 Alcoholic Beverage Investigation He said he.often went to lovers' Beer
\ lanes to spy on couplesand
: Quality Mental Health Program The Interest of Agriculture said he saw the couple on PAUL'SPackage

: Fair Tax Structure O Highway Safety the mountain.being involved However in the, he slay-denied Store For Superintendent of Public Instruction (

HONORS ings. 1813 E. University Ave. (PJ. Adv.)
WINNER OF MANY LEGISLATIVE I The 27-year-old Catoosa County
.carpenter has spent most of

{ Voted by legislative colleagues member*ff mel Voted by legislative colleagues member
1953 second. most effective legislative dele- I **.ft ISition. of most effective three man delegation. I{ Says'Opponent
capital legislative correspondents ef
Florida Press as one ten most valuable I -,-
members ef House ef Representatives.Voted Seeks
I Voted by capital legislative correspondents t -
; 1957 of 'I Florida Legislative Press as
one of ten most valuable members of by legislative colleagues member Leftist Backing
the House of Representatives. 1963 of most effective three man delegation.ALLEN --
,: ( MORRIS AWARD). Voted by JtieLAWi
capital legislative press correspondents a'\: -
ef Florida Press as one ef ten most ( ) :
Voted by Legislative Colleagues member valuable members of tile HODS of Rep. Atty. Gen. James Kynes lashed k ,t.I t
I 1959 of second most effective three man resentatives. (Received largest number
i legislative delegation. ef votes of any Representative). out at Rep. Earl Faircloth of
Dade County in their race for
.1' Voted by capital legislative corr.spondVoted by Editors of the daily newspapers attorney general, saying Fair- a i --
ents of Florida Press as one of ten ef Florida as Runner-up for St. Petersburg
vast valuable members of House of Times award for most valuable cloth sought and received "the !
Representatives. Member. of House ef Representatives for c c,
.servKf Florida. support of the leftwing groups in

I Florida.In his" campaign for a full Y-,

term to the cabinet post to y
I RALPH TURLINGTON'S RECORD IS ONE which Gov. Farris Bryant appointed POLITICS
him, Kynes said:
1 ,
"My do-nothing opponent has

SERVICE TO CITIZENS OF ALACHUA refused to take a public standon 7
i' a single major issue of the

r COUNTY AND FLORIDAMy day, hoping to fool half the pea
ple and pick up the left-wing A" '

opponent has published false statements and innuendos inferringthe groups in the process." Elect EARL
public officials and citizens are controlled and manipulated by "I have taken a position
Ralph Turlington. His ridiculous and vicious advertisements are centrally against public accommodations
based on outright falsehoods! He refuses to be cross-examined proposals and "against. civil

because. he knows_he has no proof or truth. rights legislation.
"I have also taken a positionfor
i Bible reading and prayer in
the public schools and for the FAIRCLOTHATTORNEY
(pd. adv.
preservation of the Constitutional -
integrity of Florida.
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:I Hill Rise (6-5) ,. Northern Dancer (5-2)) Favored I


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% J(4 *N r P Rise, the pride of California, How The Sun Picks 'Em I

:: C 1A4 ; and Northern Dancer, Canada's

: hope, ruled as favorites today JOE HALBERSTELN Scoundrel. Northern Dan-
yii: among the dozen 3-year-old cer, Hill Rise. !

,4 ;r4 Tc4 thoroughbreds entered for the
I & P I % p 90th running of the $125,000-add- NIS NISSEN-Mr. Brick, Hill Rise, The Scoundrel

rcr ed Kentucky Derby. (

Pre-race odds on Hill Rise are 10-1, Mr. Brick 15-1, Dandy K. played musical saddles with a

t I'W 6-5 and 5-2 on Northern Dancer. and Wi Rad 20-1, and Mr. Moon- vengeance.Bill. .

Far behind, in the view of the light, Ishkoodah, Royal Shuck

;f ; J $ ;g2 handicappers, are Quadrangleand and Extra Swell, aU 30-1. Shoemaker, who rode I Frday, May 1, 1964 -.. _
The Scoundrel, each 8-1. E, Taylor's Northern Dancerto

II Cloudy skies and a temperature Post' positions do not mean victory in the Florida Derby,

in the 60s are forecast forSaturday's much because of the five- will be on Hill Rise.
eighths-mile straightaway from
race. The track Bill Hartack, who won the'ood
should be in good shape despite the starting gate to the first on Quadrangle, will be on
Northern Dancer'strainer
rain the early part of the week.A turn but Horatio Luro Norther Dancer. Manuel State ClassSwimming A i
crowd of about 100,000 is ex exactly what he wanted when Ycaza, who has previously ridden -

pected. Roman Brother and Northern
Hill Rise is -
he drew No. 7. next
Post Time 4:30 Dancer, will be on The
to the outside in No. 11.
Post time is 4:30 p.m., EST. ScoundreL Bob Ussery will be Meet

I CBS will televise the festivities Mr. Brick got the inside position on Quadrangle.A ,

from 4 to 5 p.m. Its radio broad- Quadrangle No. 2, Wil Rad Canadian-bred horse never

cast is from 4:15 to 5 p.m. No. 3, Extra Swell No. 4, Mr. has won the .Kentucky, Derby. :

. If all 12 coltsstart, the purse Moonlight No. 5, The Scoundrel Here Tomorrow
i aM i BB iiiiii'i ii ii Mi aai > MgBBaa BCTaiaiiaaiBaa8B BaaaK aff*''i Northern Dancer was foaled at
will aggregate $156,800 and the No. 6, Isbkoodah No. 8, DandyK. the
National Stud Farms at Osb-
Ready, Set, Aim. Fire winner will receive $114,300. It No. 9, Royal Shuck No. 10, awa in Ontario. Nearctic is his

I costs $1,250 just to go to the.postin and Roman Brother No. 12. sire and Natalma his dam. His The'state high school Class I Florida Military School, Eau"

,; Mrs. Lv C. Ringhaver of St. Augustine zeroes in on putt during yesterday's. addition to the $250 entry.fee Musical Saddle blood lines -are excellent. They A swimming meet will be run Gallie, Eustis, Fort Lauderdale

Gainesville Golf and Country Club Ladies Invitational. Holding the pin is Mrs. and $100 to nominate. This undoubtedly will be the include Native Dancer, Mah- off at the University of Florida I Cardinal Gibbons, Fort Lauderdale -

Joe Little of Palatka. Watching are Mrs. William Crow of.Gainesville (L) and Back of the four favored thor- best second-guess Derby ever. moud and Hyperion.Won pool tomorrow. I

1 Mrs. J. H. MUlican of Palatka (R). oughbreds are Roman Brother The nation's top jockeys have 11 Preliminaries will' be run off Pine Crest, Fort Lauder-
in the morning and afternoon dale St. Thomas Aquinas, Fort
In 14 starts he has won 11, fInIshed -
I second ,twice, and third with finals starting at 7:30 Myers Lee, Billiard, Howey

once, and earned $280,572.Hill p.m. tomorrow. Academy, Jacksonville Bolles;

I Former Winners Meet Rise, is owned by George There is no preliminary group Jupiter.
Spice qualifying in Class A. How-
\. Pope of the El Peco Ranch, Kissimmee, LeesDurg, Lymanof
ever swimmers must meet certain -
Madera, Calif., and trained byBill time Longwood, Florida Air Ac -.
requirements duringthe
Finnegan, Hillary is the sire demy, Miami LaSalle, Miami
TALLAHASSE Former The Miami_ I Athletic Club, Most of the stars of that meet! Florida entries could domi- 'the Florida Freshmen, Harold .and Red Curtain his dam. regular- season to be eligible Military Academy, Miami Ransom -

winners return in 14 of 17 made up of University of Mi- return among them seven Flor- nate the middle distances. Deluxe Hesselrode and Dick Klehm of His record is eight firsts and event.A to. compete in the state Miami Beach St. P a t-

events in'tomorrow night's annual ami performers, will be seekingits ida ,athletes who are former quarter miler Pete Rowe the Miami Athletic Club, Bill two thirds in 10 starts, with rick's, Monticello, Montverde,
1 winners. Flori't State (T.A.C.) has won that event for the last Copp of the Tampa Bay Striders -$196,919 in prize money. meeting of coaches is set Mount Dora, Carol City (Opa

1' Florida Invitational third straight state title, although -returns two 1S winners, sprinter two years and will be back, and Georgia's James Rut- When he won Tuesday's Derby -at 7 p.m. today at the UF. Pre- Locka), Msgr. Edward Pace

I Games, set for 6:30 p.m. at the I'' the UM Hurricanes drop- Jerry McDaniel and weight I along with the 1963 half mile land. Trial in the excellent tune liminaries get under way at 9ajn. (Opa Locka), West Palm Beach

. Florida State University track.I ped dual meets to both FSU and 'II man Al Williams, who rank with champ, Jim Brown. Favorites in other events are of I 1:35 1-5 people,began to talk tomorrow in all swimming Jraham-Eckes, Riviera Beach,

The meet brings together approximately -Florida during the regular sea- the South's best in their events Florida State's quarter mile 1963 winners Hawthorne Wes- of him as a potential winner of events. Diving preliminaries will St. Petersburg Bishop Barry,

140 athletes from and anchored an unbeaten FSU and mile relay teams will be ley of the Atlanta Striders in the the triple crown, which means start at 1 p.m. There will bea Sanford, Florida Central

. over the south. Dominating the son.M ia m t won last year's team that whipped both Miami strong contenders. The Cemi- two mile; Bill Roberts of Flor- the Preakness and the Belmontin practice period allowed Academy, Florida High of Tak

I field are members of varsity Games held at Gainesville, and Florida in dual meets dur- nole sprinters have cracked the ida in.the intermediate hurdles; addition to the Derby. from 4:30 to 6:30: p.m. today. lahassee, Berkeley Prep of Tarn-

I: teams from Florida State, the with the Tallahassee Athletic ing the 1964 season. school quarter mile relay sev- Dennis Mack of the Miami Ath- The Kentucky Derby is a 1%- The Schools pa Jesuit, Umatilla, We si
. mile with all entries Class A schools expected to Palm Beach Cardinal Newman -
4 University of Florida, and the Club (Florida State) edging the Based on its strong crew of eral times this season. Their letic Club in the high jump; and race carrying and Lakeview of Winter-
126 here tomorrow
University of Miami, with Georgia -University of Florida in a returnees, Florida is ranked the 41.4 timing at the Drake Relaysre Florida's Jerry Wilson in the pounds. send swimmers Garden.

a possible entry. close battle for second place. best bet to dethrone Miami, established the standard. broad jump and triple jump. include Apopka: Bartow, Boca Raton Pine Crest, defending boys
while the FSU.- stocked .T.A.C., Features Vaulters Leach and McDaniel aren't
Boca Raton St. Andrew's, and girls champion is a heavy
which last the 1961 The meet features seven 14- the in ,
won only top grade sprinters Daytona Beach Scab r e e ie, favorite to repeat in both divi--
is given 'a good chance for a foot pole vaulters. FSU's Don this meet. Florida's John An- The Derby sions.

What's This home track upset. Pharis leads the pack. He has Ii derson, plus Tallahassee's Al 'I 1"<_. :t"-7: ... .. .. .".AmW=4. .' "",J.. '"',.<<7-.).

McDaniel and F1 o r Ida's cleared 14-6 for a school record.I Cato and Hutch Johnson will Lineup I

I George Leach are the sprintersto Others who have bettered the I push that aforementioned duo _s MajorLeaders

watch. Leach was last year's 14-foot mark are Hull Carr, an!I in the 100 and 220-yard dashes. LOUISVILLE (AP) The .

\ Another Race 100-yard dash champ and will FSU freshman, Scott Hager of i All are sub 10 flat sprinters. i field for Saturday's $125,000- : -

renew-an.old duel with McDaniel added Kentucky Derby, 1%
miles, at Churchill Downs, with
theFSU locomotive who has
track handicapper's odds: AMERICAN LEAGUE
not been beaten in the 220-yard Terri Franklin -f BATTING 25 at bats Freshen Detroit,
PP Horse, Jockey Prob. Odds. 444; Fregosl Los Angeles .404. ..
i On Derby Day? dash in dual competition in two '; c RUNS Fregosl. Los Angeles. 13; Ollva
sea.sons. 1. Mr. Brick Valenzuela 10-1 Minnesota, 11. -
Jerry took a third S 2. Quadrangle Ussery 8-1 RUNS BATTED IN Stuart Boston.- .

place last week in the Drake Re- 3. Wil Rad Vasquez 20-1 ;: and HITS Wagner- Ollva Cleveland Minnesota 13. 20; Bresoud .

|t On the, day that the Kentucky Derby; s run off-tomorrow- lays. Wins Golf. TestNATIONAL 4. Extra Well Volzke 30-1 Rollins., Boston Minnesota.; Fregosl 19.!, Los Angeles,iand.

, it would 'be considered nothing short of sacrilegious to even Took Firsts 5. Mr. Moonlight Combest 30-1 DOUBLES RobInson, Baltimore and

) think of another race. Williams captured firsts in 6. The Scoundrel Ycaza 8-1 Rollins.TRIPLES Minnesota- Hinton 5. Washington 4;

the 1963 meet in both the shot Terri Franklin of Crystal River Rachel Emmel of Gainesville Ollva Minnesota 3.
7. Northern Dancer Hartack 5-2
I One is supposed to be content with mint juleps, listening to HOME RUNS Wagner, Cleveland,
of put and discus. Miami's Jay Me- won the championship of the] was runnerup, Libba Merrill, 8. Ishkoodah Baldwin 30-1 and Skowron. Washington, 4.
the strains of "My Old Kentucky Home" and the race STOLEN BASES Aparlclo, Baltimore
Cleary, who upset Williams in annual one-day women's invita- Gainesville, third; and Cecil 9. Dany K. Solomone 20-1 7; Wagner Cleveland 3.

*( races.But there is another race tomorrow, at Churchill Downs the discus and in a dual meet, tional golf tournament yester-. de Guerre, Palatka, fourth, in 10. Royal Shuck Bolin 39-1() mate PITCHING Boston-Stock; ,Buzhardt Baltimore Chicago La-

just prior to the Derby itself. It's called the Debutante Stakes here in March, snould providethe : day at the Golf and Country. the championship flight for 18- 11. Hill Rise Shoemaker 6-5 '- 2.Sherry-o), 1.000., Detroit; Kaat and Plels Minne-

and it is not certain whether it's for female horses that nev. stiffest competition. Club. hole players. Mrs. Franklin also 12. Roman Br. Chambers 10-1 / .-... 26 STRIKEOUTS Krahck Pena, Kansas City,
Cleveland 19.
er have won a race before or never have run a race beforeor was medalist for the day. Weights All. carry 126 x NATIONAL LEAGUE
BATTING 25 at bats-Mays. San Fr....
are making their Churchill Downs "debut." There 134 entries in the pounds. Gross value-$156,800 h cisco. .481; Allen Philadelphia .42*.
were with.12 starters; $114,300 to winner :. RUNS Mays San' Francisco. II; Allen -
tourney; with women from Ocala Philadelphia 11.
$25,000 to second, $12,500 to ; RUNS BATTED IN Mays San Francisco
Keystone Heights, Palatka, third, $5,000 to fourth. Post : Allen, Philadelphia.20; Howard,12.Los Angeles and

sco \1EPi St. Augustine, Starke, Tallahassee -time 4:30 p.m. (EST). Television HITS Clement, Pittsburgh and

I Crystal River and .Gainesville -4 p.m. EST, CBS. Mays DOUBLES San Francisco- Stargell 21. Pittsburgh,
participating.In 6; Maye. Milwaukee. and Clement., Pitts
burgh. 6.TRIPLES
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE special events, Marian Santo. Chicago, 3; Fox
Won Lost Pet. Behind Won Lost Pet. Behind and Grote. Houston: Tracewskl Los An-
Cleveland ...... 6 3 .64.7 Philadelphia n. wi ..111 Noland, Ocala, was closest to Crystal River geles. and Allen Philadelphia 2.
Chicago ........ 5 4 .556 1 San Francisco ... I 3 .727 1 HOME RUNS Mays San Francisco
Baltimore ...... 6 5 .s..s 1 Milwaukee ..... B 5 .615 2 the ,hole on No. 4 Margaret I-r- 7; Howard Los Angeles 6. I
Minnesota ..... 7 6 ..531 1 St. Louis ........ S 6 .571 2'h STOLEN BASES Wills LM Angeles
1 Detroit ........ 7 6 .538 1 Pittsburgh ..... 7 6 .538 3 Brown Gainesville, closest on PKY 6; Harper Cincinnati and W. Davis Los
New York _....... 4 .500 1\\ CincInnati ...... 6 7 .462 4 No. 16.Results. Upsets Angeles. 4.PITCHING.
Los Angeles ..... 6 7 .462 2 Houston ........ 7 .438 4'Ia i Farrell Houston and
Washl'lgton .... 6 B .A29 2" ,Los Angeles .. 6 10 .375 5\\ : I Marietta!, San Francisco 3..(). 1.000.
Boston ......... 5 7 .417 2 !Chicago ...... 4 7 .364 5 I STRIKEOUTS Marichal San Fran-
In any event, the sports department of the Sun, close by Kansas CItY ... 4 6 RESULTS.400 2''' New York ........ 2 10 .167 I'll Second Flight In TourneyCRYSTAL Cisco and Gibson St. Louis 26. -
YESTERDAY'S Los Angeles 6 10 .375 5 1. Marian Hyde. Tallahassee: 2, Vera i
the society department, has to be interested.Mrs Kansas City 10. Detroit 3 Chicago un.. 4 7 .36A 5 Johnston Crystal River; 3, Liz Steen. ___ .
Cleveland I. Minnesota 4 New York ...... 2 10 .167 fl'a Palatka; 4, Eleanor Davis Gainesville. _
at New York. postponed. rain. RIVER -P. K.Yonge's Two-Ball
it be Flight I
; Dianne Wilson, society department assistant, Only games scheduled. RESULTS 1, Hallie Vandergriff Ocala; 2, Ge baseball RANDY MORCROFT
this week that her father. Bernard Levkoff of Sara- TODAY'S GAMES Philadelphia 3. Cincinnati 1. night tie McRae. Starke; 4. Eleanor Cooper season cameto
known- Washington (Daniels 2"()) at New York Houston 7. Los Angeles 3, night Tallahassee; 4, Barbara F I a r nay. an abrupt end afternoon Slick Fielder
sota, has a horse, Southside Miss, entered in the Debutante I (Ford 1.1), night San Francisco at Chicago postponed rain Gainesville. yesterday
Cleveland (Krallck 2-0) at Baltimore Pittsburgh at Milwaukee postponed rain Fourth Flight as Crystal River surprised Event SetThe
Stakes I (Pappas 0-2). night Only games scheduled. 1. Mary Stringtellow Gainesville 2, UF Auburn
Los Angeles (Belinsky 0-0) at Chicago Corinne Jackson. Gainesville; 3. Martha the Blue Wave 2-1 in the
i (Peters 1-1). night TODAY'S- GAMES Brown. Gainesville: L .Freda. Wv.... I ,
: What a Combination! Minnesota (Pascual 1-1) at Kansas City San Francisco (Sanford 2fat Los An- man.-Keystone-Heights.: n first game of the group tourna annual Bill Etheridge
(Drabowsky 1-0). night geles (Drysdale 1-1), night Fifth Flight ment. mixed two-ball will be
Only scheduled. (Gibbon 0-0) at St. Louis tourney
games Pittsburgh 1, Mary Jacunskt Gainesville; 2- I Open Series
It's too bad the writer' is not a betting man, for one thing. New(Craig York 0-0),(Stallard night 1-2) at CincinnatiJay Beat Fellows Gainesville, ; 3. Gloria. Dunnellon socked Jennings 13- played Sunday at the Golf and
Turner Palatka; 4 Mary Broka
And that they don't have a parley of the Debutante Stakes ( 1.1). night Keystone Heights. 0 in the other game to gain the Country Club.Players .
Philadelphia (Culp M or Bennett 2-0)
1 and the;Derby:? for another. GeorgiaLeads at Milwaukee (Spahn 1.1), night 1, Billie Danis.Sixth Flight Keystone Heights; 2. finals. The Pirates and Tigers Here TodayFlorida from the 18-hold group 1
Chicago (Jackson 2-1 or BuM 1.1) at ,
Pat Gager Gainesville; 3 Louis eSummerlin
I It's too good a combination to pass up. Southside Miss In Houston (Bruce 1-0)) night Gainesville; 4, Shi He I Y were to play at 3:30 p.m. today are asked to select their own ,

the Debutante' and The Scoundrel hTthe Derby.,Don't you GolfATHENS FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE George. Ocala.Seventh Flight for the group crown. The and Auburn were, form their own foursomes
W. L Pet. 6.B. teams met last week in the sub
1 Vidal 2 Harper
Betty ; Sunny ;
baseball and .
a two-game series play on Sunday.A
like those names? Daytona Beach 8 2 800 3. Jayne Hope; 4, Bertha Maa Putnam open
f Fort Lauderdale 8 3.771 % all of Gainesville. group finals with Dunnellon win- weather permitting at 3
: The above endorsement, is not .intended as a blue chip en- Ga. (AP-Miami's) St.Tampa Petersburg 4 6 4 5 .600.545 2 TA t. Willetta Eighth Gardner.Flight Palatka; 2. ning.P. I p.m. today at Perry Field. The swimming party and buffet
deavor.' Last .time this scribe was-right about any kind of a Jerry Potter carried a one- Miami 55.3003 Elaine Ringnaver St. Augustine; 3. K. Yonge took a 1-0 lead supper will wind up the day.
second is scheduled at 2p.m.
5 5 .500 3
Lakeland Jean Crown Gainesville; 4, Katy & game
horse race was when Charlton Heston finished first in a chariot stroke lead into the second Orlando 1 8 .111 4V* Neal Gainesville. in the second inning but Crystal tomorrow. Play starts next Thursday in
round of the 27th annual South- Sarasota 1 I .111 6THuRSDAY'S V4 Ninth Flight the annual Rutherfords medal
called ,Ben fur .And only because he (The
I in something I RESULTSSt. 1, Marlon Noland. Ocala; 2, Helen River tied in the third and add- Should today's contest be rain-
the preview.first. ern Intercollegiate Golf Tourna- Petersburg, Orlando 1 Walker. Ocala; 3 Pat McCoy Gaineville $- ed play tourney for women in the
writer) saw : another in the fourth
Beach 7, Sarasota 5 run
Daytona ; 4, Carolyn Simmons. Palatka.Itth ed out, a double-header, startingat ,
For those who must know, Sun assistant sports editor Nis ment today after posting a three Fort Lauderdale 4-2 Tampa 2-3 Flight win. 18-hole group.

Nissen likes'lIr- Brick, Hill Rise and The Scoundrel, in that under par 69 in the first round. Lakeland at Miami. GAMES ppd rainFRIDAY'S 1. Walden Mary TImmerman Ocala; ,3. Ocala Pete; Hodg 2. Alice Whiffed 7 1:30 p.m., would be played

orderHe'll, qualify as' the racing expert for this day. I Georgia led the team compe- Orlando at Daytona Beach Ocala; 4, Pam Keene. Palatka. tomorrow to make up for the
Sarasota at St. PetersburgFort llth Flight Don Standard limited PKY to rain-out. Barkley'MotorsFinishes 1
tition in both the SIC and South- Lauderdale at Miami 1. Bonnie Wehklng St. Augustine:
eastern Conference play, whichare Lakeland at TampaINTERNATIONAL 2, Mary Miller Ocala; X Velma six hits, struckout seven and Coach Dave Fuller plans to

Budweiser RunsI held simultaneously. The Toronto 3. Jacksonville 0 LEAGUE Mengen Stephens Keystone Gainesville.Heights 4, Kathryn walked one. Rob Hansen startedfor start Danny Eggart today and Third I
Buffalo 4. Atlanta 3
12th Flight PKY Mac Johnson relievedin
Bulldogs fired a 289, three aheadof Columbus 4, Rochester 2 1. Margaret Campbell Palatka; 2. Charlie Anderson tomorrow.- (
second place Wake Forest. Only games scheduled Marvalene. Wood, Starke; 3. Ida Chery .- the third and Robert Stearns burn's coach Paul Nix was to Barkley Motors, Gaines
Ocala Frances Head. Gaineille.
iI Three SEC golfers, Richard .- ; 4 in the sixth. The three Wave 'use Duke Shackleford today and ville's entry in the Northeast

Record to 3-0 Williams of Georgia, Maury Russ Women 1., Louise Logsdon.13th Flight Keystone Heights; hurlers allowed just three hits, Jimmy Crysel tomorrow. Florida Travel League, finish.ed .

Finkelstein of Louisiana State 2 Blanche, Gladys Gunkel.Jacoway Ocala Palatka; 4, Marvel; 3. walked five and struck out Auburn leads the Eastern Division I third four games behind

Greene fired fora Corsiglia Ocala. four. winning New Smyrna Beach. i
and Bert 70s 14th Flight race with a 10-4 mark to
defending state with four runs in the second in- second place tie in the SIC. Blast U.S. 1. Bunch Powers. Gainesville; 2. The, winning run for the Pirates -9-4 for the Gators and 8-4 for''Ormond Beach was runnerup.
I, Budweiser, I Price They were tied for the SEC lead. Many Griffith. Crystal 4,River; 3, Jean came in the fourth on a Kentucky. After this week 's
Softball champions, ran its City i ning. Kendall Billy Smith Gainesville; Mark Kellogg Bette Sprow of Barkley's had
League record to 3for the season Knight, Roy Poole, and Mickey Johny Lamey of Alabama followed -. LIMA, Peru (APRussia Ocala. Mth Flight walk to Crolla, a walk to Lewis -play, both Auburn and Florida :high average for the league with

with a 12-0 victory over Noble had two hits each for with a 71. The list thick- virtually wrapped up its second 1,Clardy Barbara Gainesville Weaver.; Palatka 3. Fran; 2 Livingston Betty <- with two outs and a single by have'two games remaining. Ken- ;a 177. Irene Kirby had a 232 high!

Schlitz last night at Ci t Y Bud. Knight had a home run. ened at par 72 including Bob straight Women's World Basket- ,Keystone Heights; 4, Frances Standard, a blooper to short cen- tucky winds up its season this :game. Other members of the
Moses Ocala.
I I Park. Five runs in the fifth broke Wolfe of Middle Tennessee State ball Championship by crushingthe 14th Flight terfield. weekend with three game Barkley team are Pat Dees, Lee

open a pitching duel between Rich Karkl of Florida State, United States 71-37 Thurs- Heights 1, Cathy: 2. Redfearn.Mercedes Keystone Mosetey John,Wiegman had two hits against Vanderbilt. Green and Gwen Duianey.rxA .
Bobby Barnes tossed a -one- I Doverspike and Ra' Brumbaughof Dennis Milne of Wake Forest, day night. Gainesville; 3, Sylvia O'Connor. Keystone for PKY which wound up a fine --

hit shutout the third straight Cleveland Cc -true t ion. Vinny Giles of Georgia and It was the fifth straight tri Heights.Heights; 4. Faye Mangles Keystone season on an overall 13-2 rec

whitewash job for Budweiser Chuck Abrams and Ron Fulton Dwight Nevil of North, Texas Ins Flight ord. T4&KAM
umph for the Soviet girls in the 1. Lou Bell Gainesville; 2. UU .
which has not been scored on each had two hits for Wings State. round and increased Thomas, Gainesville; X Betty Ma r. VODKA
championship -
,to date this season. He fanned Abrams had a triple.In Laurie'Hammer, Florida's No. their point total in the abrh all rhRodoerLrf
seven and the lone hit was a a' of Businr the Gators witha 4 .WiMvss 200
pair 1 topped .
League player, standings to 10. Bulgaria defeated Hanseivlb 301 HougMb 301 rPfIJi .
second inning single by Larry contests, Sunnyland 'ackingwon .. 73. Richard Leckey. and Lee Solty-ss 301 LangenVyer 3. 0Marcus.e -
Brazil 60-49 in the opening Of the seven active sluggerswho 301 Renningere 3 0 0Stearnsttg
Travis.In by forfeit from bad 76s 0. A. Kincaid 78
load, ,
Gay 'of the night's doubleheader have hit 300 or more home 300 CroHa b 211 HM' --- 'a
the other game played Prison while Gainesvill Live- and Lloyd Watts 79. DenntsofUo 311 Rod'ifbwry. 200
and tied Czechoslovakia for runs during their careers Mickey -Wlesmaiucf 302 PurcetUf 200 ?
Gainesville Wings beat Guy stock topped Publix 7-0 in the Waglow.2b 1 0 0 Lewis. b 010 ; ME ,
Cleveland Construction Co. 6-0 other game. second at seven points. Mantle, with 419, is the only a-LotUf 100 Standard 3 0 1R.Hansen.p :

as Lynn Doverspike.. tossed a I Wesley Dicks hurled a four- The New York Mets will end The Americans and Yugoslavia American Leaguer. Howe v e r, Johnson p-2b ill 200 -'

V no-hitter for the winners. He hit shutout for Gainesville Live- the 1964 baseball season with are tied at six followedby Phillie Roy Sievers hit 270 of a Tetals Popped to 3rd 271 lor 4 Waglow TataU In 7th 2023 M PROOF DISTUEBFROU ) 80 PROOF DCTliEDFROU

fanned sev n.Budweiser +j stock. J. Smith .had two hits three games in St. Louis, Oct. 2, Brazil with five and Peru, in his 310 homers in the American ..-. K. V.... .......... 010 tot 0-162 re ERAM KB* eawci StfERAC u.CO, .OWN BSNr SAZERACBC. .

sewed up its ga e:: the winners. 3 and 4. last place, with four. League. Crystal RiYet'I_ 1 2 I

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f 4 uaIUS& By MIKE RATHET the Los Angeles Dodgers ?3. two singles for a perfect night 24 lead In the first Inning and had allowed 'only one hit p

Associated Press Sports Writer That's the way Craft worked And out be came. that was enough for Dennis through five innings when Leon
ARE 5 Bf&tC.WK/i IB PlM tV 8Att1&RU?3 HOtffrwwai things out at Houston Thursday Bennett; who scattered eight Wagner and Vic Davalillo start- Steinhotchee Fla..

tHgie A acn&of MBTHOP DEPENDS You're Houston Manager Harry when he made his strate- Rookie Mike White was sent ,hits. Richie Allen doubled one ed slugging for the Indians.:
night -
S r r.YdIJ.tY1JAbiEME' G t'C105&'Ri'nibPrt.OrF I Craft. The score's tied 3-3 inthe gic moves in the last of the u p to pinch hit as the crowd run home and Joe Nuxhall Wagner, who also collected a on

seventh and you've got a seventh. Eddie Kasko openedthe booed. They weren't booing forced in the other by hitting single and double, hit a three-

rmats I man on base, but three of your inning with a single and was when White drove a single past Tony Gonzalez with a pitch in run homer in a four-run sixth 'The-WINNER'

1 M yr ? NxVD D.PIICI7CWmNxDZlx next' four hitters are lefthanders sacrificed to second. With lefties third base, driving in Kasko. a bases-loaded situation. Davalillo's double ,drove in two

scheduled,to,bat against. a due up, Dodger Manager Walt i Bob Aspromonte then was intentionally Twins' starter Dick Stlgman runs in a three-run seventh. _65 Feet Long_

aau.Irln wDl p is left-handed pitcher. walked to load the
t pat Alston switched to a southpaw
tb so s +teRaY i 18 Feet Wide
w ; t oN ll RIGNtAN7 What do do?
bases and left
Coil THl: CulB you pitcher, Jim Brewer.Spangler -swiuging Rusty,
iAGts SLtGi111Y At 'fNE S BALI W,1 W3L Simple: You bat for one of the Walked Staub was up. Craft let him hit,' Starke Palatka Battle i Coast Guard Inspected '

ADDRESSAND _. MOVEMYtiAl s and he did-lacing a double Lounge room &
om MOtatOTdELEFi' lefty swingers-the one who's Craft let lefty Al Spangler hit,
'fJJtGlt. ou pus 6aiv IN collected a homer and two singles and -Brewer walked him. Up down the right-field line that Snack bar '

-- Avt71tIDN OCPEN in three at-bats. next was another lefty, Walt cleared the bases. Tonight in Group'MeetPLATKA Leaves Taylor's Dock

= AM9AIM1O1UEuercerauns.IrstNEWJDFACE r What happens? Bond, who hit a two-run homerin I That ended the strategy batle at 7:30 a.m.

-. = You get booed. And you beat the first inning and added and the Dodgers' four-game Rivals Starke nton and, Akridge loaded the I Returns 5 to, 6 p.m.

; cttuLUsr I winning streak.Philadelphia. and Palatka will meet at 1:301 bases and then Mike Waters got

-. JWlSONIHEHErfi tonight for the Class A group
( the winning run home on a -
XWaAM RwIIt II perfect
made it three will be
3 OF Hits HOLE HIt l baseball title The game
1 1 1 ;a It $5.00
--- = JCRMAUtf ANOtrPf .. victories in a row by beating played at Azalea Park here. squeeze bunt. per person
'R+E WINfl NG Trl& Cincinnati 3-1 in the only other $1.00 for Rod & Reel
> 111.dl IO iNE lfOKAI The Tornadoes from Brad An error, walk sacrifice and
National League game played .
Night Game
1i1 7DtiP/GVf PHILADELPHIA CINCINNATI LOS ANGELES Night Game HOUSTON In American League action ford Co. avenged a pair of wild pitch got two runs for
WIND,REVERSE 41E FR? ebrhbt ab r h bl abrhbi abrhbi
CE 't0 HOLD 1HE Taylor 2b 5 1 1 0 Rosa ib 41 l 0 Wills M S110Kaskou SilO Cleveland belted Minnesota 8-4 losses to St. Augustine duringthe St. Augustine in the sixth. Trips open to Individuals
.BALL IN1D'MEWINDr Calllson rf 3100 Ruta 3b 4000 Moon If 5000 Fox 2b 3110 regular season with a 4-3 Sot Sun. and Holidays
= Allen 3b 4011 Harper If 4021Steven W.Davis cf 21 0 1 Spangler If 3210 and Kansas-City walloped Detroit ST. AUCUSTINf STARK ,
t1a75E LIECiUBFA; Ib 2000 Johnson Ib 3000 Howard rt 4000 Bond rf 3132 10-3. win in eight innings yesterday.. brh brbJonw
6UGkt1YANDAIM bAmaro Ib 0000 Robinson rf '10 0 0 Fairly ib 4131 aWhlte rf 1111 .
= 4tPJJGICr.'R1 k00I4 Gonzalez.d 3001 Cardenas n 101 0 Roseboro e 4020 Aspro'te 3b 3111 Palatka stopped Green Covet 'If
400 Falcon
= AIOY5 tNt'tIAJJ5HORS Cater If 3110 Edwards c 4010 Warhol 3 0 11 staub Ib 4013 Three games were rained ou u 401
hurler Turner Bcrgmam e 4 e o Cole If. 40ThttMuK Charter Men.
8-0 Danny For Tues.
= / W titE R11fid Trlandos C 101 1 Keougli cf 4010 Traces'U 2b 302 Wynn cf 4 01 o Springs as ; ,
"" = = Wine ss 3001 Nuxhall p 2010 Ortega p 2000 Bateman C 4010 -san Francisco at Chicago and struck out 18 and only Ib 310 Reddish d 421 Wed. Thurs. & Fri'
no;remuvarntsoi Bennett p /0 a t aSmtth \ 0 0Olckson Brewer p 0 0 0 Farrell 3000iwniMrn : gave R.Davis p 3 2 0 McLeod 3b 411 ,
= 4)IE R1Eif f NAtN A p 0000Tatali !t O V U p Pittsburgh!: at Milwaukee in the H..Darts 2ta 3 0 0 Eider c. 41
A C -- s FLIGHtLY CL05ED 31217 Tatau 3333 Totalsi '11' NL and Chicago at New Yorkin two bits. UsbM rf 301 Hammon p /0 2 .. ....
Totals 34 1 S1 Vaughn cf 300 Akridgt 2b 401
x .mlttpBtf 1 Singled for Bond In Ttfij b Struck
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tir DNfuovsuuv e Struck out for Nuxhall to 7th;. t- out for Brewer In ttft.. the .AL. Mark Hamilton pitched Starketo Myers ss 3 01 Waters rf 2 0 1adhar

NWftN rwodunKD'fNt3 Ran for Steven In Oiti.'hiladalpltia Los-Angela -............... 100410 ooe.7 its victory, giving just two Woods 3t OtOFricklb 200 311 I, Phone:-Cross City
we eat .01-1 Ht.n ................_. aoi 001 4ax-yE Scored In First Totals
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Cincinnati ......:.........001 ooo MO-1 hits fanning and walkingfive. l 2' TeUIl M<10
-Traeewskt, Howard. PO-A-Los An The scored in the seven a-hlt by pitch for AAyara In TtfcSf.
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c a.r o8-Jr11e -- E-None. PO-A- Philadelphia 27-7,Cincinnati gates 24-lfl. HY 8-3423
and 276. DP-Wynn and Augustine ..._.... oM Ml 11-4 ,
Sievers;27OP EdWards. -Wine.Cardenas, Johnson Taylor and Aspromonte Los W. Davis and Fairly. LOB- first inning on a triple by Maury I Starke ........?.......... eoo lit 12-4: '
Angeles 1. Houston 6.
Rose. LOB Philadelphia 7, Cincinnati. 28-Staub. TracewskL 38-Wills. HR- Wills and Willie Davis' sacrifice I Probable Pitcher 1 .
J* Bond. SB-Wynn, W. Davis. S-Fox. SF- fly but the Colts moved aheadin Emmett Akridge probably will! --- ----------- ---------- -- ----- -
2B Allen Cater Rose. SB- Harper Warhol, W. Davis. ;
Ford And Field 3, Johnson. SF-Win*. IP H R ER SB SO the bottom of the inning on hurl for Starke tonight, against
61-3 9 4 4
Bennett W M ..... 9 6 1 1 1 1 Brewer .......?.. 12-3 2 3 3 2 1 t 0 Bond's homer. Singles by Nellie Charlie Payne or Rust Man- SPECIAL! y1JM'E'AirConditioning
Nuxhall, U 1.2 .7 1 2 2 3 1
Dickson ...__.....2 2 1 1 1 3 Farrell WP-Farrell.W, 7.0..9: U-WIHIams 9 3 Smith 3 3 9 Fox, Bond and Aspromontemade gum for Palatka. The hot
HBP By Nuxhall (Gonzalez). WPBennett. koudas Gorman. T-2:15. peie- it 3-1 in the third.
U-Harvey Venzon COnlaWeyer h Braves are defending state
Face The WindsLAS T205. A-1821. Unit
The Dodgers tied it with Class A baseball champions.

'- Class AB single runs in the fourth and and favored to gain the finals

VEGAS, Nev. (AP) -' Jacobs were deadlocked at 70. A I 1 DXes ; fifth against Dick Farrell, with again. Installed $265 -Plus
Going into the last of the Tax
John sacrifice and
Pace-setting Doug Ford and his Young Frank Beard of Louisville .. >' fly .
I 28 golfing rivals faced par, and Ky., who just a few weeks Meets.Here Ron Fairly's single driving in eighth trailing 3-2, the Tornadoes

probably what could be worse, ago was in danger of losing his CLEVELAND MINNESOTA the runs. Farrell stopped the tied on a leadoff triple by -and up
ab r 1111I all r"III the rest of the Wayne McLeod and a single by
desert winds, as play today life to a mysterious virus which Howser IS 5222 Rollins 3b 512 ] The group qualifying track Dodgers way.
Davainio cf 111201iva rf 4000 I The Phillies jumped out to a Dwight Elder. Singles by Ham
round of affected his
swung into the second temporarily brain Wagner If 4133 Allison Ib 3001 meet for Class A and B schools .
the $65,000 Tournament of returned to competition with an Romano c 4110 Hall cf 101 C I : :
Smith rf 4000 Klllebrew H 11 1 0 is set tomorrow afternoon at for Sheriff
i Champions.The excellent 343771. Francon tb 300. Batteyc 3016Ahrls Are you a who .=.. ti
3& 4121 bNos 0100 the University of Florida track. :
work with l.r
Held to 3210 Versalles S3 4 01 0 really can our ; s. z
weatherman forecast Beard was tied with Bill Casper Ramos p 4020 Allen 2b 4111 A coaches meeting is set at < :.:
steady winds of 15 to 20 milesan Jr., Doug Sanders, Cay Abernathy p 0 0 01 Stebler sttoman p p x 0000 o a e 12:30 pan at the track. Preliminaries h '>'; s.a .,' r :_ ,

hour and gusts up to 30 as Brewer and Bobby Nichols. Arrfeo aGreen p 0000 0000 in the high and low hurdles 'y.ya Then U

the select field set forth at noon Caller P 0000 and 100 and 220 < yard ; + wti, <
over the par 36-35-72, 7,073-yard Todoro Totals 35 S12 STotals 31 4 7 4 dashes are to be run off at 1:30 :
Desert Inn Country Club course. Tops a-walked for Amigo In 7th b-Ran ,. ''s s'' ss a. ,
for Battey In Sites o-Walked for Dalley
The 41-year-old Ford, with a In 9th. p.m.Finals BOB JORDAN rx

first-round 34-33-67, held a one- Keg League Cleveland .............. ooo OM 310-1 in the field events ,tt ,,,t ,
Minnesota ........__. 108 000 lflU-4 start .rt 2 andtt ; k
stroke lead over defending qm.> t ;
Putt Len 20 A
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carded U t8_ I trie led the Triple Tumblers!Howler land S..Minnesota Hdd and f 4-WWWVB.V.O6-Otv- way at 2:30 pjn. i I On Voting Day (May 5)) i i 4+,W,

Five Rock ]League at Palm Lanes with a I 28-Rollins, Wagner. Howser, DavalWo./ Pd Adv) I ;;"gI : ::tt:. .
Romano 8a" y, Alien HR-Wagner. S8 Class A events, Starke, Per x
Five shots off the pace, in a '487 series on 175159153. Lee -HaJJ, AMs. SF-Amson. and : .. 4
IP H R ER BB SO ry Lake City are the only -:
I Green Ace Electric had '
tie with U. S. Open champion 478 Ramos. W. 11'3 7 4 2 2 5 A schools AUTO FINANCE I
Julius Boros and five others, 'and Toby Rutledge, Bank of Abernathy ...... 2.3 0 0 0 1 0 competing, will pre 1 / Custom units available on most late models-Fard,
Stlgman 1..0-2 ... 5 1-3 3 4 4 4 4 cede the Class B events. It had r DIVISION OF I
was the co-favorite with Nick :Newberry, rolled 468. Slebler 11-34 3 3 0 2 i.NlUl. FtXaCKCt CQftg, Cwercatet> Ot t4t, 4S4sm; iSa, 711Wll }, ya1rcnt
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had a 71. HeadTom Loiich Brown pO"1000 o a Class A and B will qualify for THE .trt
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Tied at 69 as today's round i i wGladding

began were British Open champion Dobson was elected president Koch p p 0000 0000

Bob Charles from New of the P. K. Yonge cThomas 1010
Totals 37 111 3 Totals 31101110
Zealand and Juan Rodriguez of Sports Club for the 1964 65 a-Hit Into force play for Lellch In 3rd -
b Singled for Rakow In 7th c-Singled
Puerto Rico, while Phil Rod school year at the group's meeting for Koch In ,,"-.

gers, Al Geibeger and Tommy last night. Detroit ..................Otl 000 1(1- 3
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Johnson, vice president; City 27-4. DP Wert Lumpe and Wood.
GHS Seeks Irs. R. H. Reddick, secretary; I LOB Detroit 10., Kansas City S. i
2B McAulifte Demeter. HR -Reynolds
and Covey Johnston, treasurer. Gentile. CelavttU S-Charles.IP .

U 21 ......2 3 H R 5 ERBBSOLolIcJl 5 2 1 theJhird drink is on us !
t Swim Title Plans were discussed for the, Rakow ..........1 3 2 2 3 3
Gladding .......,1 5 3 3 0 1
annual PKY all-sports banquet t; Koch ,1 0 0 0 0 1 .
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ORLANDO Gainesville next Tuesday. The affair is seat t l U-Haller HBP -, Hurley By Pena Flaherty(McAuliffe, Carrigan.Wert)T. -....' SMWW R*" .. *w ?&# *** ;** oio>f* K
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Friday, May 1, 1964 Gainesville Sun :|3

r BUSINESS MARKET Ex-Deputy in Bradford County ',;4 :


r.:!*, REVIEW V' Claims ,Crime Given Green LightBy

SAM McGARVEY I he ran all the investigations' .you're big enough to stop it?' ,away. During my investigationI

Sun Staff Writer while I was a deputy, but I "I told him I couldn't stop it I was advised to hold off on it

R. C. Bottlers STARKE Charges and want to- show you now -" he all, but 'that I would stop any for a' week, and then four days

I I I I counter charges were hurled held up a long streamer of that I was able. later I was chopped off by the
Request Local by Sheriff P. D. Reddish and ex- news stories "proof that. what "I have here a, tape record sheriff.; "

Buy deputy, Willard Williams at the I've said is' true. ing of an investigation I ran. Sheriff Reddish, in his speech

III .wind up Democratic primary "While I was chief deputy, It involved a man, a prominent dismissed the allegation, say.

I I (The"following market quotations NeM Co. rally here last ught. each load of 'shine that was businessman right here in'town, ing, "A businessman here in

'I l I a,. requested specifically by LISTINGS First. speaker of the four in caught, was caught by me. ThenI who picked up a boy and drove Starke came to me and told me

, of tions the Ire Sun furnished financial by page.Pierce.Tile quotaSTOCK Wutbnv II, the sheriff's race, Williams be- got a call from a man who him out on State Road 100 and about it. He said they were

) here.) Murphey Investment Service i Roy T. Smalley, president ,of gan by saying, "I told you thatif said .I was getting too big for made advances. The boy refused -trying to frame him."

R. C. Bottlers Inc. of Columbus the. sheriff.didn't tell why he the ,job. He said, Moons ii inc and later with his Parents The sheriff held letter
: NEW YORK STOCK Parke Dav '1.00 28% Conn.Lt.&Pw39' % ,' Ga., announced yesterdaythe fired me, I would do so to. has been made in Bradford ,' furnished me with the from Duval County Sheriff up Dale

S : EXCHANGE Pennzoil 2.00 72 Cowles Mag & Pb _.13% purchase of the Nehi Bottling -night and that's ,what I'm go-, County. before you were born man's.description and the car's Carson, and said, "Williams told

Abbot Lab 1.40 111% PerkinEL 39% Dun & Brdst. _. 66 Company of Gainesville g to do., and bohta was sold,here before .license tag.: The man is a sex he had letter of
Pfizer _____ .80a 47% Firs West. Fine 16%! from Holt Howard.R. li and needs you commendation -
Allied Cern -- 1.80 541/4 "The sheriff has told you that you were' born, do you think maniac to be ,taken from Carson, but in

Amerada Pt .;.:. 2.00 82% Phelps Dg 3.00 70% Florida Gas -: 11%
C. Bottlers Inc. is sul-t- this letter Carson a check
Am Elc Pow L 1.16b 41% Polaroid ....-.--...-.. .20 153 Fla. Nat'l Bank 61% a says
sidiary of Royal Crown Cola of his files shows no such let-
Amer Enka 1.40a 58% Pub Sv E G 2.60 77% Fla. Tel 26% Co. ter.

Amer Home 1.44a 65% Pure Oil 1.60 43% Forrest Labs _._ 23th 'L .
1.00 FoundersFranklin Life 9 eS "'And I have here a letter
, ner'M Edy -i_ .90 221/8 Rayonier 36% Howard, who has run the
Rexall .50b 42% Life ------- 56* here in 5'S S from a convict over at Raiford,
Armco Stl _--_. 3.00 72% Nehi Company Gaines- S '?'
Metl .50 39% Great Amer. ._ .. 15% Jessie James Rice, who says
Atch Topka 1.20a 28% ReYI\ .n---- --- ----- --- ville for the past 20 years will

Bauch Lomb 1.20 35% Rich Merr 1.00 46% Grolier 44% serve in an advisory capacity.He when he was arrested, he turned

Baxter'tab r .36 23% R C Cola 1.20 66% Gulf Life ._ 56th said he made the sale to over $62.30 to Williams and
Roy Dutch 1.73g 44% Herff Jones __ that he never got the money
Beckman In -- 52% --- devote more time to other business -
Searle Gd JO 56% Home Insurance 67% which include back.
Beech U S 1.10 48% ---- interests.
Singer __ 2.00 90 Jax Minit Mkts. -,- 6% "You wan t to know why I
:Bristol My .., .. .80 64% Howard's subdivision on Lake
Btown.Sioe 3.40 91% Smith Kin L20a 60 Kennasaw Life, 13% Meta. : fired Williams and I'll tell you.

Brunswich ...; 10% Sou Cal Ed _------ 1.05 31 Life of Fla -- .. 5% He road around like a maniac,

Cambell S _-_ 2.40 37 St Oil Cal 2.00 67% Lowes Company _'_ 18% The plant under the new man- : : wrecking cars he even ar-

Carter Pdf-= = l.OOa 18% St Oil Ind 2.oob 73%I'Milgo Electron. 13% :agement of J. E. Hodnett, La- jested a boy from Lawtey as an

Case J I -- 14% Sterl Drug ---- .65 27% Mort. Guaranty Ins. 28% I Grange, Ga., will continue to accessory to rape, and that toy

Cessna Air-i----__ 1.00 26% Texas Util 1.20 57% Pacific SW Air '45% 1 bottle Diet Rite, Royal Crown is here tonight -" Reddish

Ches Ohio 1 JI_ 4.00 71% Textron :L. '1.40 41% Schlitz Brewing ---- 51% I Cola, Nehi flavors and Upper paused and asked the boy to

Tidewater.: '33% Secur. Life & Tr. 51% 10 in both bottles and cans. stand up "and Williams
Coas S Gas -I... 32% -
Southern Nitro. _._ 17% threatened the boy if hewouldn't
TransWA' ;
cB S _:_ 1.80b 44% The R. C. Bottlers Inc. has
Travelers Ins. 50% ) talk, and yet the boy
Union PAC 1.60a 41%
Co.mb.Eng : 1.20 27% also recently built a new $500-
W Cone Mills.80- 18 Und Air Lb_- 1.50b 55% 000 bottling plant in Orlando. ; was turned loose by the court.

Contl Airl =--_ .40 24% Upjohn _-_-_-____- 1.00 50% MUTUAL FUNDS l : "Williams had trouble with
War Lamb' _- -.-.. .70 29% The Gainesville company is ; two or three white women he
C ntl Ins _______ 2.20 Affiliated Fund 8.68 I
Worthintn ,_ 1.50 39% planing a new program of ex-: beat up and one of them entered
--- -
Control Dat _,..:.... 89% -- Capital Life,& Gr. __ 10.28
Corn Pdts ---- 1.5063 Xerox 94V4 Divers Growth 9.61 pansion, promotion and size of : suit, but she dropped it

83% Zenith -- 1.20a 74% service.Mr. when she found it would be
ri Delta Air --- Dividend Shares II 3.70 I

D*t Steel .- .60 14% Dreyfus ---i -__ 19.93 and Mrs. Hodnett and 'S jsS 7i:' against S me.

? EmersoIt Et, 1.00 44 AMERICAN STOCK Fidelity Capit. 10.98 their two children will live at ; i "The biggest mistake I ever

It Fair"Camra.50g 26% EXCHANGEAerojetGen Fidelity Fund ____.. 17.54 532 7th Ave in Gainesville. : made was in hiring Williams,

Jim Walter 1.00 33%, 33% Fidelity :Trend _,_ 18.25 "" --'- '- ,". -_"'!"" .- ..---v.-",,__' __I and the best thing"- I ever did
fire him.
Fnanl Fed :.. 56%, Fund'tal Invest 10.79 was to
Fst Chartr 1.97f 39 Analex Anua Chem.Corp -. 28 16VS%I Income_ of Boston _._ 8.39 Late Morning A Lot of umher- showed(This the morning Sun a receipt, Williams for
I --
Fla E Cst 11% Incorporated Inc. 9.77
Aurora Plastics 33% N. Y. $61.15, dated Sept. 5, 163, for
Food Fair -_ .90 22 Keystone K-2 5,60 ListingAlcoa
56% Barnes Engineer > ------ 20% 5-3 16.42 Trying to join hands around what is believed to' be the largest pine tree in cash recovered from Jessie
._ 1.00 Keystone
Tele Corp,"" .88 33% 'Butler Shoe .. __ 8% Keystone S-4 4.66Life 75% Florida are Roy Perkins (left), manager of the C. A. Pound property in north James Rice, which Williamssays
Gen - 32%
--- '!'-Hoy' 16% IntPap Gainesville and Van farm forester for Alachua is he turned to
_. Murphy, County.Looking on over Gateway
l.OOb 65% Investors 21.04Life
Ga Pacific AmAir 46% Jones&L 72%
J 9%
Cinerama ._ --- A. S. Jensen, assistant farm' forester, Agricultural Extension Service. Th? Chevrolet. Williams said he
Oil .10g 25% Stock Fund 8.08 AmBrk 52% KaisAl
.i 39%
Getty --- Sci ._____ 21%
'uier --- the Pound 13 feet in circumference. talked the mat t with
53 I wv -- Mass. Inv. Stock 16.25 pine on property measures: The largest er over
JI 1.oob AmBdPar 36% Ken'cott
Grace Co --- 83%
Cutler Labs A .
record is located in and 16 feet Asst. State Attorney Mack
loblolly pine on Virginia measures % around.
Heine Curt:_ .80 19% ''Data Control 37% Mass. Inv. Growth 8.65 AmCan 43WLoch'd 33%
Futch and advice turned the
Jr IBM 4 5.00 570% 'I Fulton Inds. .._-.____ 9% Pioneer Fund 9.58 AmCyan 63% Lorillard 46% taken from
Int Min C *: 1.80a 71% Puritan Fund _._ 9.50 AmMot 15% Mag'vox 36% money, allegedly
-- Gen Develop ....... ._ 4% Chevrolet in rob-
Int Tele Ji -. 1.00 56 Mackey Airlines 6% Putnam Growth 9.34 AT&T 140% MM&M 63% YOUR MONEY'S WORTH Gateway a
-- ---
Kellogg ._-' ------ .80a 41% Mead Johnson ,-______________- 19% TV & Elec. .. 8:03: AmTob 33Vs Mohasco 12% bery The, over other to candidates that company.for sheriff )

< Lehman Cp"_ 1.34e 29% Pac NW Tel __- 22% Value Line Inc. _ 5.51 Ampx Cp 15% Mons'to 75 and Harold -
Jennings Starling
Litton In 1.98f 65% Philips Elec. 43% Wellingtonfund 14.96 Anaconda 44 MontWd 38%
: --
-- Norman introduced
i: Lone S Cm : .------- 1.00 22% Redwing Carriers _._ 12% Armour 48% NatDair 73% Consumer Sivindles-6 elements into, the no new
Marsh Fid 1.60 37% Ric Group 8% ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS ACL 69% NatDist 27%
Starling repeated his promisesto
Martin M 1.00 17% R. Wts. ?% Beth Stl 35% N.AmAv 48% :
Sperry ? Purchases _ _442,462 : provide good law enforcement .-
_____ .60a 36 Boeing 43% Penney 52
McG Hill _
Syntex -----
Short Sales and said about the sher
10,328Other STOP-SMOKING? Porter ,
Borden 74% PRR 29% S By Sylvia .
Mead Corp 1.70 48% Tampa Elec. _.__- 25% Sales ___ 412,843Total iff's eligibility for retirement.
112% Brunswk 10%PhilMor 81 -
Merck 2.00a Tech Measur. 18% '
Sales "The sheriff is
Natl Air _- .80 47% TWA Wts. -,_ 19% 423,171 CaterTr 59% PhillPet 50% "Stop smoking in only 3 days. lions of dollars for products! j bels, there are no really "new" that. He can misleading retire now yoon on

NYCentl! .50g 32% Valspar 7% Celanese 67 RCA 33% No Will Power Self Control will rid the market to
----- PREVIOUS DAY'S 45% 43% or -we hope us painlesslyof :substances ,on 52 per cent, of his annual, salaryor
Chrysler RepStl
Nia M Pow 2.00 51% CocaCola 126% Revlon 34% necessary. Proved Ef- the cigarette habit. i help us stop smoking. Old $325 a month tax free."

L Norfolk _- 6.00 127% OVER THE COUNTER STOCK MARKET f ective Beyond a Question in ones simply have been dressedup Norman also promised clean
t No. Ind P S 1.48 56% ._ 7% ComEd 49% ReyTob 46% We are gulping sugar pills
Alico Land 100 cent of Smokers Test combined to new.
per or appear law enforcement and con eluded
Advances ._....... DowChe 69% StRegP 31%
No Nat Gas 1.80 SOY Amer Fidel Life _ 22% T 37C I and concoctions of ordinary
Olin Math 1.20 44%' Amer Heritage 19% Declines .-_-,-.,_.. 6$(, duPont 255% Seaboard 45% ed."Don't spice such as ginger, licorice The three standard types of by predicting, "I think th-re-}
---- Unchanged .__ 294 EAL 33% Sears 108% confuse this offer with are at least 3,000 people in this
: clove coriander-as well medications
anti-coking now
Owens U G 2.50 96% AmerNaLIns.22% as
Total Issues. E.Kodak 128 Sinclair 46 plans, systems, books, methods, county who want good law en-
Pac G & E 1.00 32% Amer Pion'r Life ._........-. 6 -1,3&I pharmaceutical preparations ,available are the nicotine sub- forcement, and I think I will win-
New 1963-64 2 Firestone 38%Socony 76% etc., for these remedies require -
Pac LUng _1- -- 2.40 59% Anehuser Bush -._ 52% Highs I to stamp out the cigarette crav ;stitute (e.g., lobeline sulfate), in the first "
New 1963-64 Lows 54: FlaP&L 72% SouthnC 56% that you.have enough self-
Pac T & T ___ 1.20 30% Anodyne 4% i which alleviates cigarette cravings The race for Commission
Ford 55% SperryR 15T/8 control to ing.We
Pan Amer A 1.20 69%I Citizens Bank 35 i stop smoking. substances which make
are taking up fake ciga. ; District One (Lawtey) also
FrmstDa 10T/8 StBrand 75%
you says,
rettes dubbed "smokes" smoking taste unpleasant (e.g.,
Frept Sul 34% StO NJ 86 I or provided Stung by
Vol. Close take "Formula X-22"
Complete Change! on pill
silver nitrate and local
FruehTr 30% Studebak 8% "adult pacifiers" which contain ); charges by candidate Ossie Nor.
I 624 400 Tex Gulf Sul 54 % off 2 following each meal After
NW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, APRIL 30 GenDyn 25% Swift 46% such non-nicotinic ingredients as anesthetics (e.g., benzoca in e) man that the commission
404 500 Curtis Pub 16 % 3 only three days,
up GenEl 82% Texaco 78% your nervous menthol crystals, cabbage, let- which numb the mouth and reduce -"stole" $800, incumbent Carl
: High Low Close Net Chg. 161 800 Am Mch Fdy 22% up IM system is "fooled" into believing -
GenFds 85% Thiokol 13% tuce or just flavored cigarette desire for the puffing partof Prevatt said"He! knows he's got
25RoiIs 135.80 134.22 134.78 Off .36 75 900 Helene Curt 19% off 3JA- you are smoking your favor-
the smoking ritual. to have something to
GenMills 38 U Carb 123 paper to keep our nervous harp on.
25 lDdustrials 812.70 801.80 805.72' Off 3.13 71 600 Chrysler 44% up JA ite I
cigarette, cigar or pipe.
He's about
talking our taking ,
GenMtrs 85% UnitAirc 43% hands busy and permit us to a
: 64 200 Studebaker 8% off V of these products do,
50 Stocks 474.25 468.01 740.25 Off 1.74 I Many
Goodrich 5% UnFruit 20% This sort of promotion h as "smoke without fear.!' bid on a truck that was not the
63 400 Gen Motors 84% up Ti I in fact, help quit smoking
Goodyr 41% US Steel 55, been mushrooming all over the We you lowest but it was the best bid,
are falling forsuggestive
58 400 Gulf OU 55 unch But none'does the
Greyhnd 56% UnivMat 12 U: S. since the Surgeon Gen temporarily. and I'd do it over again."
56 600 RCA 32% V "stop smoking" phonograph 'None''works
STOCK up GulfOil 55Vs WestgEl 32% eral's report on smoking and job permanently. And hittrng at can Hate Dave
41 800 Pan Amer 69% off % records, recently the subject of without dose of willpower
a generous
FLASI-IES WinnDix 32% in Shuford Prevatt said UJ t
IntHarv 70% cancer was released early us
34 400 Am Motors 15% off V investigation by the U. S. Post
MARKET : IntNick 79% 1964. Since.January Better Business on your part. are look at Lawtey and the condition
33 400 Cont Airline 15% off } Office.
1 the harmless, but a few cases of I of the streets there. They
32 200 Gen Elec 82% off 1 I,! Bureaus throughout We are enrolling in a wide
stomach and loss
NEW YORK (AP) The TODAY'S DOW JONES country have been 'flooded with nausea, pain don't get a load of dirt there,
32100 US Steel 54% off % of called [
Revised variety so "posithinking"
of have been reported "
11 \ appetite unless I help them get it.
dozens 'of
stock market was slightly higher Prev. Close Components 1st Hr inquiries about
32 000 Rd J& & tif'e
Sperry up programs, evea ioWsSeck, "
in moderate t fccti\fc trading "new" anti-smoking pills and as Shulord came back with, 1

at the opening today. : 810.77 J lndust. J Jup'2.30 AMER STK'EXCH ACTIVE, _I Federal I I chewing gums stopsmokingplans hypnosis to, spirit us away In conclusion, the American promise you one thing. I won't
from. tobaccq. We devouring
Pay are -,
Changes ol'most pivotal 'issues 195.13Rails I I up .57 STOCKS and ,programs costing up Medical Assn. states: "It is, attempt to buy votes by digging
no-smoke tablets and
holes. I
were small. 139.23 |I.Util: I up .02 Volume Close Change to $40 and more for "the cure." impossible that some individuals water a picture
to-stop smoking pamphlets. here that water hole
blocks included Texaco 189 200 Peruvian Oils 1% up %I Bill manufac I amenable to psychological suggestion to prove a
Opening : 283.77 1 Stocks I up .67 j Ready Fanciful by : Just what is ,tbe'v lue ol was dug in Lawtey last Mon
112 500 Can'dian Jav. 14 1% would find anti-tobacco
unchanged at 78% .on 2- up turers for their products and:
these and ?
pills promotions It done without the
5.700.000 .1 j Volume I 2,500,000 day. was
800 shares; JU,.'S. Steel, up '% 56 900 Syntex Corp 66 up %I Ntwl1rk Wimt1'lI programs include "miracle "in What can and can't they do? preparations to be an aid.: board's knowledge or an ease

at 54% on 2,000; and American 49 700 TWA -Wts19 off W gredients" supposed to be "93, the National Better Business "However, excessive smokingis
From and
Radio opened ment. It took two men $25-
Corp. on 3,300 I JOHN D. MORRIS .
47 100 Hazel Bishop m off 1 I
% at 140% 1- By
on and tc
cent. effective"
Telephone -" shares, unchanged at 32%. per ,Bureau's Dr, Irvin Ladi- a psychiatric problem and 000 worth of the county's equipment .
500 sharesl- I WASHINGTON A new bill "force!you to quit whether you I mer, here are a' few straight must be treated as such if the to dig that water hole and

In othet :openers of 2,000. Pennsylvania Railroad dipped Odham increase the pay of 1.7 million want to or not. New commercial ., answers: individual is unable to rid himself yet he (Prevatt) says it was a

shares, .Bethlehem: eased% at % to 293Ton' 1,000 shares. Raps federal employes including "tobacco guidance ce nten' -. Despite the welter of new la, of the habit voluntarily." 'borrow pit'." _ _
Ford was unchangedat
35% and" with
; He1eiCurfls recovered % at and lofty-sounding'ames
members of Congress high !
.-- I 4 Holland On have from coast to
19% ont-Y.000 shares. level administration officials, sprung, up
DuPont Tose, %!.to 255%., Stud D ker approved Thursday by the coast-only a few of'.them under ,
General Electric added % at opened on 2,000 was Credit Card Trail Led
shares. shareS;'up % at 8%. Jersey House Post Office and Civil I, competent medical super- ,
1,100 Civil
RightsBy Service Committee.The .
On 4,000-share ,transactions, Standard and Sears, Roebuck
of us are paying
U. S.IBubber: .rose '_% to 51,%, addedjiractions. ASSOCIATED PRESS measure is a modified .
General Dynamics .-gained % Yesterday: the Associat e d version of ,legislation that the To Boy Slaying SuspectVENICE

at 25% and-Reynolds Tobacco Press average of 60 stocks declined The civil rights stand of Sen. House defeated last month, 222.Nik Warns

added %,at 46%.. .6 to 301.7. Spessard Holland, D-Fla., was: to 184, when members balked

likened to that of Alabama Gov. at raising their own salaries. Fla. (AP) Backtracking "He was emotionally upset William E. Miner, and began

9> George Wallace yesterday by U.S. to Halt down :a' trail of credit of course, but he contained him- working backward along the
Under the revised bill, salar-
I Holland's primary election opponent left by a man accused of' kid self very 'well," said Sheriff trail of service stations.

faircloth=Urges Brailey Odham of San- ies of would representatives be increased and from senators -I' naping 'two, children led FBI Ross Boyer of Sarasota County.Dr. "We discovered he had pur-

.,. ford. Spy Flights agents to a palmetto field where chased gasoline in St. Peters
the present level of $22,500 a.. Millard White, a Sarasota
they found the remains of an-' burg on March 23, the same day
Odham, campaigning in north to $30,000. The earlier version -
year pathologist, began "
other child. the Wilson boy disappeared
End of TrimesterThe west Florida, said Holland and t called for a $10,000 in! MOSCOW (AP) PremierKhrushchev determine the cause of death.
said today, 'continued If the man identified as Santoiana said.
Wallace took identical stands,, crease. .
I Meanwhile second federal
"Holland looks more dig U.S.._ violations. of Cuban air Joseph Francis Bryan. Jrl ., The youngster was last seen
Proposed increases for high "can- have- disastrous con- had taken ''a :right turn ,last cidnaping charge was filed two blocks from home on his

trimester system should Kynes, has questioned the merits -I nified. ,administration officials 'were space March 23 instead of a wrong against Bryan who was arrested way home from schooL

be: replaced bjr year round of the trimester, he has supported Listing differences in political -scaled down proportionately in sequences. one, or if he had laid out $11 last Tuesday in New Orleans.He Tuesday Santolana said, an,

college terms, attorney general i the system in the past. philosophy between him and the new bill.Bish9p.. "This will be a disaster, first instead of charging it, the body is harged in the disap--FBI agent learned that two or

candidate Earl Faircloth said I "My Kynes is now differing ;Holland, Odham said he supported and foremost, for those who of 7-year-old Jackie Wilson pearance of 10-year-old John three men at a service station

this morning.The from[ the Governor, but this is I and Holland opposed, Jr. carry through a policy of provocations might not have been found., David Robison of ML Pleasant Venice: had pulled a man

,Miami attorney issu<&a: a belated change because he.measures for civil rights, mini- High and aggressions against ''The boy's skeleton, 'bones S.C., whose bodY' was, found identified as Bryan out of the

statement opposing the trimester defended it for three years," mum wages, medical care for Cuba," he told a Kremlin reception -: scattered over a SMoot'area, March 31 just, north of Miami.He sand in a lonely area that same

after a breakfast meeting' Faircloth said. the aged, urban renewal and Fun Night Due for guests at Moscow's'big was" found yesterday in ,the' was 'charged again"'yesterday -day. The man- paid 'with his

with Fort Lauderdale supporters He called fqr reconsiderationof federal aid to education May Day rally. wild, lonely area four miles 'in Memphis,with kidnaping credit card.charles .

this morning."I Howard Bishop Junior High south of Venice. Del Hosack of 8-year-old Dennis Burke of Lamarr, 59, who operates .
feel that the GovernOr was the system noting the FlorIda "Holland. runs,as a Democrat" School will hold its annual Fun I Only the day before, Prime Sarasota riding horseback_ Humboldt, Tenn., who'was with the station, said the man

dead wrong when he said at his State University and University and votes like a Republican, Night at the school cafetorium Minister;Fidel Castro of Cuba through the man-high palmettos, him when he was arrested. was brought there by a truckS
of Florida professors have said Odham. in Havana
press conference Tuesday that Holland tonightA had told correspondents (was the first "member of the Joseph Santoiana, agent-in- driver after umbing a ride.

the trimester system must be questioned the program. For his part continued of he would tolerate no moreffights : 70-man search party to spot'it charge of the Tampa FBI office,, "The man acted nice and
advocate defeat covered dish will
kept," Faircloth said. "We should consider the -ec- to supper and if the Americans: A pile of clothing lay on the said agents in West Virginialocated even offered to buy roe a bottle
ommendation of the President's civil rights leg- start off the evening at 6:15. want '"they will get war/ "
chargeof war
He explained he believes ground. Hack'Wilson of SL Petersburg a stolen 'car in which I of pop, Lamarr said. "I was
said defeat was At 7:45 there will be an 'all-stu-
that the trimester education who are on the college !-islation. He traveled Florida.They. when the
program mortally surprised
strongly The State Department t the boy's father was Bryan through '
to, avoid granting the dent variety show, by
should be reexamined.He faculties, Faircloth ex essential said the reconnaissance searching nearby. He identifiedthe learned he had used a I FBI walked in here yesterday
totalitarian the crowning of-a of How- promptly .
noted that although his op- plained. "I believe they know federal government queen. flights; would ;continue. clothing. credit card with :the name ol t with his picture."

ponent, Atty. Gen. James best how this should be done.?'' power. ard Bishop.




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Gainesville Sun Friday May 1, 1964

a s.w.r.r.r-r..
JUST As 11HoueHTHE's'CUffiNG

DOWN M'l !

What's, year problem? For a .ta- CQI

Blondes l Speak oral replr. writ to Abby, Box 3365 ;::> E

M AkK Btvcrly Hills, Calif.. 90212. and
I lacluJ a self-addrnstd stamped envslope. 1 J

xu ..U..n all mail.;

.. ]r Abigail Van Buren _1r I


., DEAR ABBY: That person who wanted to know if blondes personality. I now look vivid and alive! My skin Is very DWJTHER HWSME bUT KYAX>;D TWO MILLION AT LEAST IT DIDNTT KEEP ,SEEM DOGPATOiOULLUN

." really had more fun obviously wasn't a blonde or she would fair and since I have become a brunette, people have told me THAN TWO THE? Xfl ME50 TIMFS-r MANY AXIOMS IF AH DRUTHERHAVE 1T1HAN'/(.! : VIPEXPRESHUNSUKE

have known better. People do turn around and look at that they have never seen 'bluer eyes. (No one even noticed MILLION?, I THET_ ,". -?.?>>

.. blondes because they are more striking than girls with any my eyes when I was a blonde.) Here is one blonde who fe.e

MAY other color hair. But don't assume that just because blondes wouldn't go back to being a blonde for anything! ::: A

are stared at more it is to their advantage. Other women TRANSFORMED

"." are jealous of blondes. This is a fact. And when people are C z -

.w jealous of you, it can be rough. How many blondes ever win ==
DEAR ABBY: Why do people pick on blondes? When they
Because if the judge
r_ beauty contests? Not very many. Why? <
chose a blonde, when he got home, his wife would kill him. want to slam anybody, they say, "Dumb blonde" or "Dizzy

.. Thank you. blonde". Even just plain "blonde" implies that a girl is kind
BLONDE) ,.....
(RUNNER-UP of cheap. I have noticed that the flashy, loud blondes that .,
C .
give all the blondes a bad name are not really blondes at all;
.. DEAR ABBY: That person who wrote in to say
they are brunettes who have decided to become blondes.
natural -
mistaken. I was a
that blondes bad more fun was badly
blonde, and I had those funny white eyelashes and eye- Please give us blondes a break, Abby, and print this. HOUSE CIEANIN1JSACOOPEDUP. YE NEED TO GfT OUT) YORE SICH -< a 'jM

.. brows to go with it. Believe me, I wasn't having very much TWO NATURAL BLONDES MAW-YE BEEN ] AN1 GIT YORESELF THOUGHT =-
fun. Last year I decided to do something about it. I had my DEAR BLONDES: The facts should be plain enough to ?1 COOP) UP IN JOB, RAW SOME FRASH AIR fcO CRITTER, L o r 'a

'" hair, eyebrows, and eyelashes dyed black! It changed my whole anyone who wants to get to the root of the matter. ?I TH'HOUSETH1WHOLE AN*SUNSHINE X HONEY POT .a iI 11

d .

e.I. ..- 8:00 O Across The Fence Harvey's pretty sure it's Cfl DAY -

O Captain Kangaroo because he visited Red

M.. CD Ramar of the Jungle China without permis- l L
8:30 O Robin Hood sion. 7

0 CD Popeye and Bozo B Joey Bishop

(color) ':00 B CD Movie

':00 O Supercar (Color) Saturday Night at i Q -
O Alvin the Movies: r o r J'

':10 B CD (Color) Ruff and "The Seven Year Itch.: : _

ReddyO With his wife away for

Tennessee Tuxedo the summer, Richard TESS AND BONN1S BRAIDS UE.AHD AND-
10:00 0 CD Hector Heathcote Sherman is left alone will ARE WORRIED SOC ABOUT THAT GIRL ITS
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WASHINGTON Ever since ents all over the United States I was scribbling a letter to the "Why didn't her grandmother .

Cathy May Baker of 36 Hemlock have been urging their children]I Beatles the other afternoon I fly or take the bus?" _

II Park Forest, 111., wrote to to do the same. when we walked In on her. "That's none of your business GOTTA GI the President asking him to set I WITH THE: coon MS55A5E BACK... YOD SO LON6r
"What is
are you wasting your The fact Cathy May's grandmother "
tle the railroad strike, etc., Our eight year-old daughter '
par time on letters like that," we prefers the train. Now -GfiE.,, LARbE.. WARTTHEN CHEtk WilI Y

said angrily, "when our nationis I why don't you write a letter to ',l AMY co-PILOT:.. 1 ItIY

in peril?" the President and tell him what

She looked up, startled. you're worried about?" >->

"Why don't you write to the "I don't know what I'm wor- St

President like other seven and ried about," she said. Xu

ALAS ARA ALE eight-year-olds are doing?" we "You must be worried aboutsomething.

CROSSWORD. PUULE. RIFT MGI-I I.0ADAR said. "He wants to hear from What about the Au-

MALACCAACROSS you." I toworkers' Union threateningto 3

tl O R E D O H h O A "What should I tell him?" strike against the automobile i

X.Nilotic 8.Yore TON R T E she wanted to know. companies? Doesn't that worry 2C3

negro tribeS.Barbary wriggling c o N C li 1 T G A O L "TeH him you're concerned you?" N
SO.Faithful O P A H A S C E t1 D S about the.balance of payments, "What should I say?'*

ape 31.Tin plate WET A 1 R or the rate of economic growth, "Tell the President you don't
Virulent 33.Sandhill
10.11.Sultan's 3 4.Time past RUN A T T u 11 E D or the unemployment issue. want the auto workers to go out

decree 37.Space C o R O N A L NAP E What does a kid write to the on strike because you want Do T4EYMAKE YOU fl / MAKE ME a.YOU'iZe .

12.Household 39.Center 1 S A D J2 L.! E D R I P President, anyway?" ,your'grandfather to visit you in tOOiQN& tP N F6cL u KE TH AT PUNVINSIGNIFICANT mr
13.At no time 40.EucharUtic D t: L w E E SE : T "I want to write to the Beat- a new car. Say you're having ( SPAtE ALWAYS MAKES Q s i r SALZ6 T TOO

14.Rice past plate PUZZLI les." a birthday party in July and, ii ME FEEL SOANP PLtNY a t
15.Cenus 42.Conceit "That's a very selfish atti there is a strike, your grand- INSIGNIFICANT VEA41
17.aalT1&Sea eagle 45.Equally By oneself 2.Sleeveless 6.Exist tude. Suppose Cathy May Baker father won't visit you if he wa

18.Divan 46.Sped cloak 7.Contributed of Park Forest, HL, felt that doesn't have a new automo-
20.Secure 47.Melody Outfits 8.Eur.river way. Do you know what would bile." .'
22.Reflect 4.Mental 9.Sea have happened? There would "Why can't he come on the

24.Praying DOWN concepts swallow have been a railroad strike." train like Cathy May's grand-
Venomous Inorganic
Insect 10.Slight12.Bim&rd "
"How come? :mother?

.IV//' rrrrrTrr stroke Because she wrote the President "Because your grandfather

.......It'l'h: : 16.BalariIo and said her grandmother doesn't like trains."
jI II 19.Mine couldn't come to her com- "Should I tell the Presidentthat p a

'jI entrance munion unless the railroad ?"

as u : : 21.GeraDt'irlfc strike was settled. So the Pres- "No not so soon after he settled *

IT IS I i :ft 11 23.Hankered ident got real angry and he the railroad strike. Z NILE BILL BRAPEN W A AFTER X SHOT KAPEHZ YE PJCKEP BP Z WMJCEP OUT AWP TOOKTIE6tIN THAT WAI
251:Abundant made the heads of the railroadsand "Will he read my letter? -: FIT OP RAGEALAN/Z HAP NO HEA& USA COWNG DOWN -THE GUN AMP iocv FAA HER HAM AND CALLED THE ] A WICKED
ii-- ", m, to- tt "h'1 1 26.Start the labor leaders sit down "Sure he wilL He might even INTENTION OF PINNING THE THE SINKS.1 I STOOP 8E-/THERE UXJKIM&'AJHINP POUCE.1 USA HAP BEEN MENTALLY/T'H1)JG TOPI5TURKP
q- ; V/ & burning together and prevent the strike.If read it on television." o MURDER ON HIS DAUGHTER! ; A. DRAPE AND \ HK FATHER A5 FOR SOME TIME. IPO TO THAI
21ft 23 Tf IS u n 27.Shabby: p,4 ; WATCHED HER V THOUGH IN A TOLD HER SHE KILLED HER VOflLl' ,
Had of Cathy May hadn't written to "If I write to him, can I =: ,= # s DAZE! FATHEA.AM? SHE 6EUt3'ED R'
19 Jo 29. him, the President might not then write to the Beatles?"
Vh New have even known about it." "Yes if it means that muchto <
1131 ,1. VhJJ!
'I 'l'h ."How do you know?" she you. But you might as well

34 3S 36 W 37 38 if J, armadilloSB.Comtrtal asked. learn, now that you're eight' ,
V r/h "Because the President read years-old, that you should take:c.cQ 5r

4' 41 4t 43 36.AnriCQlar her letter on television to mil- an interest in national affairs.I

44 .... --" 38.loIndoth Haw. lions of people and he told Ca- If you can help the Presidentwith ,
JI 41.Piece ont4S.NegatiTC thy May that because labor and the difficult job be has to

41 a- V management reasoned togetherher do, it will make up for not be-

prefix grandmother could come to ing able to pray for him in

her communion." school"

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I 'I 1 Friday May 1, 1964 "- GflTnetvflTa Sun 17
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mart Disease Is No. 1 ru .? ''Wrinkle Lotion

i El.raatly .ai h.rz ilk.. Removing'

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filler in Affluent Societies u t Called Misleading by U.S.

I rui United States, Finland, Ireland, iclde and war casualties are

G &A, VcrWinttS'j of Portugal, Sweden, Northern given as the leading causes of New lurk witnt lotion," was a "drug not gener- shipped, the government said, i

Londo -i Ireland,. Scotland, Australia, death. In Japan, tuberculosis, NEW YORK A shipmentof ally recognized as safe and effective -in interstate commerce from
cular eases are New Zealand heart diseaseis suicide and self inflicted injury, f. a skin lotion designed to for prolonged, con- Helene Curtis in Chicago.The .

the leiig cans of, death in first and cancer second.At and accidents head the list. smooth women's facial wrinkleswas tinued use." complaint charged the

aIflue reties/as against in- 65, and over, heart diseaseIs Between 45 and 64 years of seized by the governmentin Specifically, the F.D.A. said, product has only a temporary

fectio"ases poorer coun the most important cause of age the causes of death in the Baltimore Thursday on the product's labeling gi v e s
j tries. Ikever.n' all countries death in each of the 22 countries -two groups of countries most charges of false promotional middle-aged women the impres- effect on wrinkles; regular ap

acciden kill mre people up to and. territories, being responsible nearly approximate.Even claims and lack of proper ap sion that the lotion "will im- plications do not provide perm-

+ the age I 45 tin does disease. for about 36 per cent proval. mediately and dramatically anent benefits; and the drug
t of the total in 1961. Strokes at 65 and over in the
These kre.fhe conclusions were The Food and Adminl- eliminate all her wrinkles, has no astringent action ade
in lesser developed countries heart Drug
the second important
:. emergin ro wo studies car. most disease was the principal istration, in a complaint filed in including crow's feet, puffy tinder quate to draw the skin and
of death cause
in this
ried out%y tt World ,Health Fa federal eye circles, laugh, frown, .
of death, but it represented only, court,, said that the eradicate wrinkles.In
Organp md reported in age group, averaging 17 per smile and throat lines."
15 cent of the total. Cancer product, "Helene Curtis Magic
cent. The per
two categories caused
its epideniolgical and vital his statement, Gidw I t z
statistics \ ation. more than half the deaths in came second in 1960, responsiblefor Secret wrinkle smoothing skin In Chicago, Willard Gidwitz,
u 8 per cent of deaths although president of Helene Curtis, denied -said his company would "op
The firstly deals with the 1961.Cancer there was that the lotion pose all government interfer-
great diversity from was a drug
was third in 14 of the
10 main c of death in 22 countries and second in the re country to country. U.S. Marines and said "a test seizure does ence" and was prepared to
selected coif ies and territories not stop the further sale of "fight for our rights in the
mainder. There is
in Nor & erica a tendencyfor
Europe Magic Secret courts."
i and Oceanim" shows that in the average death rate from AccidentRoundup Wounded In anywhere.

the period eview, 1954 56, cancer to increase. In moving against the cosmetic Magic Secret, he said, "was

1960 and. hear diseases The second study covers the the F.D.A. said that federal tested by five independent laboratories

ranked fG'all 22, cancer same years and, deals with the s Viet NamSAIGON marshals seized more than 35 and four leading dermatologists

was seco 19)), strokes thirdin 10 leading causes of death in cartons of the lotion from a and cleared by all

( 19), aclftts fourth (in 14)) 12 countries in Africa, South Involved in accidents reportedto South Viet Nam Baltimore dealer. It had been of them."

and influoi and and Central America and Asia. the Gainesville Police a
pneumonia Depart- (AP-Four U.S. Marines were
fi&tc Thee a a. Infectious diseases are the most ,1>>Pn1 and the 4latua. CorrrtSttetcfrs BENEFITS I
cstegrctest aev1zcded and a. eccagtee acasbrougr' I
1mJrUn ol defto but
rnnnad -i 4 > a1S cause cic({:.t. y&, t t Sast 24: f : 5T&IBUTY Y4Cf
users are great vmaivm from bows down Thursday as C Jm-<
deaths.Heart. were:
country to country.For Readies munis ground lire raked a1
f dpse was responsible! example, gastric and intestinal James Ellis, Rt. I, and Bernice -I Display in the tax assessor's office. ,,
of Marine helicopters taking a
i for 31 pdcent of the deaths diseases caused the Pasteur Beaslev.. Ocala. at Mrs. Jimmy Adkins, wife of the newest Eighth Your schools, hospital and your :

in those untries in 1961; if most deaths but representedonly NE Waldo Rd. and 23 d-Bivd: Judicial Circuit Judge, arranges a Law Day theme South Vietnamese forces out county government depend upon a ;

strokes,' fusing 13 per cent, about 9 per cent of the at 8:02 pjn. yesterday. in the display window of Gilberg's fabrics store. of a battle area 35 miles west stable tax structure. Vote to keep

are add| cardiovascular. dis- total and led the list in only Clayton Lamar Graves, 4362 109 W. Univ. Ave. The display includes a painting, of the northern city of Danang.A stability ,

eases cald more than 44 per six countries. Influenza, pneu. NW 18th Ter., and Linda Ann an English Judge's robe and attorney's wig, and examples Marine officer and an enlisted KEEPJ.

cent off deaths. monia, heart disease, cancer, Reed, 915 SW Sixth Ave., at 2001 of old and new law books. Law Day, a national man suffered bullet and SMITH

1 In the' cK4 age group, acci- accidents 'and the infections of NW13th; St. at 5:01 p.m. yester- commemoration of the American system of !shrapnel wounds, a U.S. spokesman -, PIERCE r

,dents, cJer, heart disease and childhood were also high but in day.Virginia justice, is being celebrated in Alachua County today said. A Marine enlistedman i Pd.Adv.HARRY .

suicide Jearly everywhere no consistent pattern. Lincoln Lowman, Wil- with speeches by local attorneys and judges to high in another helicopter also

share first four places. Between Between the ages of 15 and liston, and Marion Kay Mather school' students. was hit. I

\ ages of 45 and 64, 44, accidents topped the list, 1013 SW Fourth Ave., at The Viet Cong fire knocked.
ves into first place of all deaths. First Bank lot BETTER SALARIES
cancer causing 15 per cent Federal parking I out the engine of a third heli-
respond for about 30 percent However, infectious diseases in the first block of SW ThirdSt. Candidate copter. A crew member was
,of ,deaths. still take their toll, particularly ., at 2:37 p.m. yesterday. wounded. may. EVANS Will Work

In t" ountries where cancer tuberculosis.In Bessie Lorene Jones, Oldtown, '' for Better Salaries For All

Is not hst Canada, the Colombia and Mexico hornI and Ronald L. Sandman, 228 SE The American spokesman said : School Personnel.

I 39th St., at NW First St. and Claims MisquoteWillard the crew destroyed the helicopter. VOTE FOR

ELECTJasper First Ave. at 1:10 p.m. yester- They were rescued by ,
I another Marine helicopter.

JoinerTO ,I day.Harry Lee Roberts, 1402 NE E. (Bill) Williams, "There is a State of Florida Several Marines were wounded HARRY EVANS I

\ 14th Pl., at 600 N. Waldo Rd. at candidate for re-election on the Pupil Assignment Law. This Monday when a helicopterwas :
Alachua County School Board, shot down and another '
9:31 a.m. yesterday. said this morning he was mis- law does not provide in anyway crash landed with engine Superintendent of SchoolsPd.
( Adr.l
Charlotte Rose Ann
Fitzgerald quoted in the Sun yesterday con- for a pupil's race to influence trouble in the Do Xa region.

) F: I School Board 1312 NE 28th Ave., about cerning his position on the integration the school to which
one mile East of Gainesville on the
f of schools.Williams' pupil is assigned.
S.R. 232 at 8
ACHUA COUNTY remarks madeat
William M. Borah, 3530 SW "It is not the prerogative of
"Y R SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED 24th Ave., and Clyde Benjamin a political forum held at a school board member to determine -

IN ELLIGENT HONEST INTERESTED Rowe, 108 SE Fourth PI., at the Stephen Foster Elementary whether or not schoolsare FOR MOTHER'S DAY?
School He
intersection of S.R. 24 and S.R. Wednesday evening. integrated peacefully or

(I 23A West of Gainesville. was quoted as saying that it is with violence. Violence is a
not the of school THAN A
prerogative matter for law
Are you for a Sheriff who enforcement officers -
'rfi Charges board members to integrate
to handle. I, as a board
will get the job done? schools that it is matter for
s;", Thomas Ira Miller, Newberry, member, will not advocate anything ZENITH TRANSISTOR RADIOWE
law enforcement agencies,
Then was arrested in the vicinity of but peaceful administration
t and as saying that Florida law
VOTE and SUPPORT University Ave. and Main St. at of school affairs."
does not provide for school in- GIFT WRAP OUR SALESCOUCH'S
s ; 2:43 a.m. this morning and Williams'
tegration. remarks were madein
} with while
charged driving
BOB JORDANPull "My remarks were as follows response to the following

F intoxicated. ," Williams said, referringto question[ submitted to the candidates 608 N. MAiN| ST.

Lever 20A FIRE CALLSAt his notes used Wednesdaynight by the Alachua County

\ Classroom Teachers' Association -
On Voting Day (May) 10:25 truck :
: a.m. : "Will you plan for the
Pd y..) engine afire at Gainesville Union Pulls orderly, peaceful integration of N. C. Florida's Largest Zenith Dealer

I, Foundry on SW Third St. schools?"
surprise witch !
I !
FOR Amalgamated Meat Cutters &

Butcher Workmen of North

/ America, AFL-CIO, pulled a

TRUCKLOAD PAINT SALE! surprise switch on an employer.Just .

: before opening its annual

f / northwest conference Thursday,
; 5,000 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM IN ANY FINISH the union presented Harry J.

Beernink, general manager of :1- Jh tMtU bv.AIIBte ATnJR '

Western Farmers Association, : V'/G = iAl.s
Duralite Interior DURALITE.SUPREME with an honorary membershipin

f. EXTERIOR.GLOSS appreciation of his being a
: LATEXReg. IUWifJ if iiii1i "great guy." :: WsrUPEItrUAP.

HOUSE. PAINT Beerink won't have to worry .x. .. x o iA /W ASA @ f ff

,$ about any conflict of interest in s Mt2q'r R "jlll( t__
6 Gal. Reg. $5.95 Cal. the next round of negotiationswith r4'4 .g Arrll&lWMRGI1Y '='i ,..,.

the union. He's retiring Q=" y M..

$ '

C-O Mr. Gary Hughes
,. nOM 18LU'Xd'y
oft Rural Route 2 y H 41XN

Semi-Gloss ', DURAUTE EXTERIOR You Cope.are hereby South Carolina notified that suit for AND illS HDNORA Y
divorce has been filed against you by u 1.A, ,I'ir UAPRSI/P
JOHN J. BRASINGTON SR. In the Circuit ; ,, IJ '
Masonry Court of Alachua County in Chancery yd Fk lTFRNTrlet
Enamel and you are required to serve a
-: copy of your answer or pleading to said
Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney S.
Paint ,' L L. SCRUGGS P.O. Box 197. Gainesville
t Rig. $6.95 Gal. Florida, and file the original In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Gainesville

:: Reg. $6.10 Gal. 1964;, Florida otherwise' on the or allegations before June of 4t

said Complaint will be taken as con- m..e' 14p4// ..
SALE PRICE $556 SALE PRICE $488Gol., fessed Dated by this you.28th day of April A. D, I S OUT5TM t: 'ha

> Gal. 19"J.. B. Carmichael Asp ATraPJ"
Cleric of the Circuit Court
Alachua County Florida

..- : Gal. EUGENE Deceased.To .T. ADKINS

All Creditors and Persons Having .r.:1 ....__'. ,.., A, :
Claims or Demands Against Said Etate:
WALLPAPER SALE! DuPONT LUCITE WALL PAINT You and each of you are hereby notified '
and required to present any claims ;ri \i
Discontinued PotterntHn Stock. CLOSE-OUT While Supply Lasts and demands which you or either of > A SPkbc
you may have against the estate of
'Vinyl Wall Covering. Reg. $7.45 Gal. Eugene T. Adklns deceased, late of -:1 I ATTORNEY CUTOP
said County to the County Judge of
Reg. '$3.80 Single Roll Alachua County. Florida. at his office In GENERAL 11 IWOitZ'Oh1iCL45k'
the court houe of said County at Gainesville ii COOPFF2ATraf/WIT//
5s. Florida within six calendar months U
SALE PRICE $1 ORauSALE $4, from the time of the first publication of J 1.1MA58k ; T11 'AT 'o NFY
this notice. Each claim or demand shall 6+77v ;
Gal. be In writing, and shall state the placeof C 5 OfFlC :r.
residence and post office address of orF u r cawhq ,
,- the claimant and shall be sworn to by
the claimant Ms agent or his attorney, OF PI iYI'F ,kDi
and any such claim or demand not so
filed shall be void. P ..
4"a a
Administratrix of the Es- ..
deceased ,
First publication May 1. 1944 '
SEE US FOR Clara Floyd Gehan DIII
11 West University Avenue NA5H
Attorney Gainesville.for Florida Administratrix /960 8Y 17ruw.m 1'srL.


FRAMING! Address Unknown CGal K'fAPGl'V
You are hereby notified that a suit for
divorce has been filed against you by ,f1S Ac ,ElEH. -
I the Circuit. Court of Alachua County. Florida I15N.tJM
hi Chancery and you are requiredto 9fs
lND "
AND.. serve a copy of your Answer er pleading > V OWiTN 61Tr l'Y'

.. "SWIMMING..... POOL CHEMICALS : SUPPLIES"Heath's I the S.Complaint L. SCRUGGS on the Post Plaintiff's Office hI M&OPIf4t'4 LRt AN .M2) GWA:

II Box 197 Gainesville Florida and file TJ' sas's, j9enp 7Aq Its 6ERYKE
the original in the office of the Clerk
( of the Circuit Court at Gainesville Florida .
House of Color ( on or before the 1st day of June. ..
A. D* 19M; otherwise, the allegations of .'
the Mid Complaint will be taken a* confessed
-.. by you. VOTE TOKEEP IrI1I AIIiI."Ir"" "' '''''__''''
DATED this 29th day of April, A. D*
:: 523 West University Avenue 1964. ,J. B.Carmichael

Clerk of the Circuit Court PULL LEVER .10AI'
GalftHYiU. fa 6-1206 Byi C hsI.. Hales
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Businessman-Singer Seeks I I fortunate..- '. -

.a DINING & 'The Conjugal Bed'Lush (Hollywood's., Hidden Talent LEON PRESENTS E;. MIMS, Oar""

ar By BOB THOMAS can be found at the IJndy Opera nJ. J.1\Ul

ENTERTAINMENT AP Movie-Teletiision Writer House, a onetime film theaterat
. Latin Humor Wilshire and Labrea which '
HOLLYWOOD (AP-"This i'; he converted to"a musical showcase ,'SCOO; WATT
C&aitttsuiUtl1aU1Sltttf the cruelest town in the wor for 160000. :
of talent Hollywood's full of ta 1:" RADIO LG

C Nrra ffnrk Stotra the future we know cannot be, ented people,.but hardly,anyon e The opera house produces a MONOAlf ;hru SATUfcY.M
Serious Moment By BOSLEY CROWTHERAre Now Playing while his healthy young wife will give them a chance to shov r healthy deficit, which bothers I Hligiaititttaws Waatt
f to be the mon- him not "whit ft
you a bachelor pushing 40 i proceeds serenely what they can do. S:S!F" GardNu
r ., and planning to take as your arch in the home. t !I sal Sammy Fen, Sha Li
er v" "'" yn.zavrywyycT 'rwgMvl. At the Stateinsect Sidney Linden spoke fromharsh One of his greatest pleasures .
wife a beautiful girl of good Much of the charm of the picture of auditions for :sS FSily D a
is the holding --
experience. Thirty years .
k 1' : family, excellent manners and is in the wonderfully dry I NI'4 & w trsanty
ago he was a baritone with rare new talent to be presented Li I'
morals? If are comic style of Ugo Tognazzi as 6:01 Fars 511.
scrupulous you
In this regardhe ..
promise. A staff singer for the.opera house.
him deadly
I and don't want to be discouraged slips a. the husband and the pungencyof "new" and not nec- S& ;
CBS, his radio followed ]- stressed Hrrtihey
don't go to see "The Conjugal sting. Marina Vlady as the wife. program '
that of a crooner. The essarily "young. :: ::r\\
Bed,'.' an Italian film Obviously, Marco Ferreri, Mr. Tognazzi has a wonderfullymild pop f -N._,
\ 11 'r. known originally as "L'Ape Re- who directed and helped to write harassed air and a beautiful difference between them was Said he: "Most auditions 1 ,', ,, I'
s r A gina" ("The Queen Bee"). the script, is a close and amused sense of timing that puts more than singing style; Linden place all the emphasis on youngFiQRjM :30 LIC.I ae News
But if you aren't in that category observer of the Italian middle comment into his every move. earned $15 vs. Bing Crosby's :41 John ,Stewa -

t'a I. if you are anythingelse class. For he has crowded his When he pleads with a priest, $500.The .rsotat ::03 G.Ucal: /I'ry,
( ,4. AVhaa' youthful or old, male or female film with delightful details of for instance, to bless a hard- young baritone studied III: $prtllStata if1 Newt

fancy free or already Roman family life-little glintsof boiled egg because, as he tells with great teachers who pre- &-.l rfB H IBiHMB a W.* U:30 John Newt k keether SII.w
; lsh'4 nft4 M =. hooked and if you are in the the matriarchal complex and the cleric, "I'm counting on that dicted a brilliant career. But '. _. 105.Ie11. K shot'
\ y}" '' s 1'N x market for a lot of immoderate religious formalities that are to help," he is brilliantly serio- success as a singer eluded him. COME ON IN! ,NlwS
o laughs (and some moderate phIlosophizing craftily used by the females to I comic. And when he simply Instead, he became a penmaking THE SURFIN'AND.SWINGIN' :itS;0 .101111 KajchewMNfWJ taattiar' I

) go to see this film. intimidate the males. And h e: looks at his wife he washedoutand millionaire, and now is im- :35: Cant It-ajViathar Shaw' "
For here is another ripe and has filled it with rather amazing she briskly_ blooming, presario of a concert hall designed -L CROWD IS, HERE _
a y s sr4 racy Italian satiric comedy scenes of intimate domesti there's a world of humorous to expose talent whom 00 Newt *uthrtSGtft 1
i ty about the grimly potential haz city. So much conjugal clattering pathos in his eyes. heartless Hollywood overlooks, 10; ,KV, Showi3N1bYlS i
I asds of the mafcimoriai ttatt- : awut 1.lci tt teas setdoml I And Wiss y"s cool, iuBa} ... e A \35 GeM tattiMw fY,75t7 .
N', 3 ; !u at least, for mellowing gentlemen been sees on the screenHe primness, her avidity when released Linden IS president ol fed

I j ',;.''"',....' ,u. l';., who marry verdant wives.It has also intruded into it by the act of matrimonyand Lindy Pen Co., which he started tM News &" h.r -I
;: ." ..{ is not quite as sly and sar- 'some frank and wry intimationsof her delicate, ladylike hauteur as a one-man operation 19 11 sOS Cant News11.Car shewsM .,, I
donic as "Divorce Italian the eventual embarrassmentsof when she has accomplishedher years ago and which now enjoys ;J5C n .nhW :

I" I Style," not as wittily written or a husband who is blessed with! i sexual and social missionare a $12 million yearly volume. .'.' ,v I
f :,.. .#,,.', devastatingly played. But it is what is known as a demanding! very tasty, indeed. It is no t .* *M iWI.
of that sort a lushly Latin, mate and rather bold observations I her the 2:005111w Bardcww .
,I some wonder that this job got The pen business and his oth- ',,, News weather'
.;....$ _""',_....,. r .. completely candid job that of the behavior of a 'laurel as best actress at the er enterprises only a ,lu-. Sands >t ,
serious makes fun of the eternal battle wife in pregnancy. As I say,I Venice festival last year. part of his day. During most of I .
Walter Ciller and Ugo Tognazzi share ,a .......... .
Bed between the females and the this is not a picture to mince I Igi Polidoro as the wife's afternoon and evening he' 10. ,, :11 News & Wtar
moment in this scene from "The Conjugal every 'i '" : : 1 sOS Jon Sands .
Italian farce males. domesticity or words. But it is; dumb cousin, Riccardo Fellini: < I :30 Newt Wa.rJi
in cheek by
another tongue- produced :
r :: I'" : Jahn Sands tow
; : : .
at the State Thea- The hero is a nice fellow who vividly recognizable and done! as the husband's friend and rnc rug '' .j
Levine and opening today ,
Joseph ,
ter here. Marinay Vlady has won best actress honorsat makes a classic mistake. He in comparatively good taste. I' Achille Maieroni as a horse- Gospel Sing Set :: .AV8PNI ," ..;:f.- .f.:
thinks he is marrying a woman What is more and most faced hair-triggered, domineering ; <( ,00 News a Waer
this year's Cannes Film Festival for her lead roleas i 105 Jon sands Sot I'
bride. when he's actually marrying a important it is disarminglydroll aunt contribute to the flavor In i )HNew 0 ;f1 t11\\ :30 News A
the blooming young queen bee. Figuratively speaking and precise about the pit and funniness of this film.A NewberryA FUNIOOI1O 11lW1Ka. :. ill Jan Sands Vr I
that is. She's beautiful falls awaiting the drone bee handled I
a nicely camera a I
I Grand Probes honey making thing who delights -that obligingly mates with the congenial musical score and slated community tomorrow Gospel night in Sing New is, AMtltlCAN INTERNATIONAL SMJScJj 3::OS M Dutch Now.. *schaftishow Weer

Jury him with a spell of wild queen. Few sights are more fun. very good English subtitles are berry to start at 8 o'clock in ''EQ ::30 News Dutch A SctiaffaShow WaattM I
and then in the and pathetic than the one of
indulgence ny further felicities.They add to the Newberry Church of God. ; i ,
sweetest, tenderest way and the hero wasting away, hopefully the sum of entertainment to be '"
B'wav Black Market in the cyclical fashion of the ,husbanding his stamina for found in "The Conjugal Bed." The Carlisle family of Willis- 4:OONiws Dutch &Schaffaitow Wiaf:05 ..
., ton will sing, and other music ]E CHr sIO News Waaf'
groups are welcome to partici- iJS Dutch schaftattiaw

0 Ntm Dark mtmt. Lefkowitz was turned over to pate. Congregational singingwill :. :00 Mantgamary sits
Hogan.At Sidney Poi tier Points Out be featured along with the : C :1'f' 5 til:te Dutch Local Scnatfariaw News
By MILTON ESTEROW special performances. The com- .. :31 News A WaatrM
a two-day public hearing munity event is nondenominational ,-, : Dutch sctiaffaAhvwOONaws
NEW YORK Broadway'sblack : _

I "Is back market in full in theater bloom,"tickets Atty. conducted widespread, state by Lefkowitz investigators kickbacks in disclosed December to., Problem of Negro vs. Filmsis ew .,the public. : ) 1:1':1'f 6:30Naws:135:05 Dutch Dutch A A SchanarMw SchaHortlww. Wtatf Waatf.

\ Gen. Louis J. Lefkowitz's office producers and theatrical em ..%S e LLfrM I.. f SPECIAL! ADDED! :n SIGN ore
said this
\ black ployes market and the in existence theater tickets of a 25riu $nrk uimra not as formidable as it appears -socalled dangerous subjects, K frld CkJitl, : "The Beatles = EVERY SATURDA'!
David Clurman, assistant at .
NEW YORK Sidney Poi-! when one calculates the such as the Negro problem, .. : R. c. COLA DANE
million wr :
V' that netted about $10 u1 COME TO TOWN"
said that theatergoers .Wrp
torney matter in economic made low '
I tier's comments after winningthe terms. The i were at costs and j PARTY
were paying to $100 annually.It ... ...' : YEAH! YEAH! YEAH! :
l'! Academy Award for the best films about Negroes that have :given an opportunity to prove .. 2 p.m. 'til 4 p.n.
for a pair of tickets to such is a misdemeanor for a motion picture acting in 1963 not made money and have there ,themselves with limited au 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 S. In COLOR! ..: FREE PRIZES
l shows as "Hello" Dolly!" and licensed ticket broker to charge came pretty close to concedingthe fore led to the belief that the !diences. AIM In ocala' .......................... -'
"Funny Girl. than the established public is generally apathetichave I
more price painful reality of a still prevalent One combine that is willingto
"There is 'ice on every hit for a ticket A broker's fee is discrimination against Ne- been those, that have costa take the risks is that headed STARTS TONITE! Low FIRST RUN Admton
show," Clurman asserted. Ice limited by law to $1.50 a ticket groes in American films. lot. Such films as Poitier'sown by Frederick Wise. I Open 6:30-Show at 7:2
tax. vehicles, "Porgy and Bess" 2 Fun Filled HitsBoth '' .
I is an under-the-counter premium plus man and director '' eetrrau rerarltt You May Comt As Lat. .
paid by ticket brokers and Gov. Nelson Rockefeller last Even though Poitier was rid- and "Raisin in the Sun," have Shirley In GLORIOUS COLOR 9:14 6Still Sat Beth. Itil
Clarke, which has put together J.foOH..H.Fa Fsorr
the of of
ing crest a wave
personal missed because
not certain
j others to theater emplojes for week signed two bills aimed at jubilation (he's the first "The Cool World," a film about EXCLUSIVE FIRST AREA SHOWING *
choice blocks of seats.A abuses in the legitimate public was not there to patronize -
I''| ; ending juvenile delinquency in Harlem.In .
Negro to win this award), he them; they missed because
theater. The bills become effective
New York County grand June 1. soberly told a reporter: "I like that public was not large enough. telling the seamy story of
/ jury has been investigating to think it will help, but I don't I to offset their high costs. a Negro youth from a poor and IT3AWvj I MooCl-li i$
Last week eight shows were I
be .
Broadway practices since last believe my Oscar will a sort! broken home who to be
I month. It is understood that selling out "Hello, Dolly!" of magic wand that will wipe! On the other hand such a. the aspires of ;i
come "president" a "bo1ping" >
there will be indictments "Funny Girl, "Barefoot in the, the restrictions of job picture as Mr. Poitier's "Liliesof .. ., ,
soon. away .
\\1 Park," "Any Wednesday," "Th opportunities for Negro actorsin the Field" can be a ringing or fighting gang, Miss Shown TwiceFIRST ,.,'....:;:,<.",..>' ...'" :- .
District Attorney Frank S. Deputy," "H 19b Spirits films." success by virtue of its having Clarke prseents a strong and ',?" i1 mY: '
/ &
; Hogan's office has been "Hamlet" and "Baby Want a cost less than $250,000. stinging picture about gregar- LAST .
ducting an inquiry since las t; Kiss." Film jobs for Negro actors ious but lonely Negro boys i"' ", ':i BVISJOIflS, hgI ,
I December, when "documentarjevidence" Clurman said that "we can't are few because of reasons Therefore it would seem good caught up in the vice and corruption -
: uncovered in ar I do anything jet because we. which are ingrained in U. S. business and probably a boonto of a great metropolitanslum. :ti ; mountain not ff<., s
., ,
t eight-month investigation b yAre don't have the authority." culture and_are not likely to artistry if more films on I for a hilarious, y

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t Friday, May le 1 19o4 Gainctvillft Sun 19

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[Ben Casey'Tould -

WANTED Printed Pattern

Pickftder .

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e NEW YORK (AP) -If "Ben $

Casey" had it to do all over HAVE YOU :

a c x .,tjla again, chances are that the ded- W 3764672Announcements

icated doctor would pick a spe 1 ,

ciality other than neurosurgery.

I "Neurosurgery is pretty self- ---
limiting, explained the ABC
: series 'technical advisor. -

Inspect Entr es i| The technical advisor, inci- =

dentaly is not a -
F. W. Thompson-arid
]Mrs. Reed Morris infpect some of the entry but a registered nurse, Alice --
Florida Wilderness Photo THINGS TO SELL?
the Contest. Winners Tere announced )'esterdi Rodriquez, who inherited the 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE =

I job when Dr. Max Warner, the LEARN TO DRIVEI SptClal attentton :..:

Clubs brain surgeon who first workedon to nervous or tWtriy. _,
Sponsor Announce Easy way orivina school. FR _
f the show, was called into the 3 27002. Lie by State of F I.. ,eo4S

She talks like real doctor
Navy. a -
They'll Bring You Extra Cash SPECIAL NOTICES
after all her association with

Wilderness Photo TFinnfs medical problems.Mrs. 9446 TRY DIADAX TABLETS (former. ..-
ly O x-A-Olet). New name, -
Rodriguez' job, however, SIZES same formula only 91 cents. Ca- -
w. 1 "ova'a Drug Store V N. Mi InATTENTION -
does not involve hunting :
x:/ new '. 8-18 R .
A Miami man arid a woman ness Photo Contest sponsored ida, Mrs. Carr sail diseases and ailments to fit Rugs j :

from Massachusetts took top by the Gainesville Garden Club conts designed storylines. That is done by the Nick's Shoe. Repair Hat Shop _
"This photo .: sot w. Univ. will close May Jim ..
honors for the best,nature photographs and the Alachua Audubch Soci- to record and easize this three medical consultants who Guns to Sept. PICK-UP>> all repair work. ..,.

in the Florida Wilder. ety. ; tremendous natui set and to work with the script writers. "GET JUSTICE WITH ...

'Ln in estate Sometimes she bandages simulated Tools i' JUSTISS" "
Winners encourage eve As Public Defender for the ,
of the tit
were to evaluate imseH the wounds. She checks out Judicial Circuit Court. The pea .",

DA Says Ruby announced yesterday by Mrs. intangible aspec" the wilderness the operating room to make Boats pie Gainesville want R. C. JUSTISS.Is best ..

Archie Carr, contest chafrm a n. iOlid a she qualified. JUSTISS
the instruments In will GIVE
HaveDeterior@.ted resources r sure are cor- Tents his talents
May and to
Prizes energy defend
totaling-more than $3,000 said. j rect sequence. She orders sup 1tfM 11fr. the poor With no legal counsel.
were distributed to the winnersIn lnt w. JUSTISS NEEDS votes and
Photos andsubmitted plies. Most important, perhaps, Books money to be elected. The people '.
the contest that attracted in FlorIda ', NEED JujtlSJ. WILL YOU tell
she hunts for incorrect
represented proce-
your friends.
more than 600 entries. Plants Scoop sunshine and complIments -
DALLAS, Tex. tAP) Diet .and 11 I states. dures and un-medical dialogue In vp this breezy, easy-sew sum R. G.with Justlss.nome and address to

Atty. Henry Wade concedes that t; The Winning photographs The photo? were Judgedby ,I in scripts. Pianos blouse.broadcloth Light crepe and -lovely team In It iersey with, And Paid GET Justice 11 W.with Univ.Jusfiss.Ave ,
condemned slayer Jack Ruby: have been placed on exhibition a panel Ice nationally The past season has been a skirts, pants. _
Printed pattern 446: Misses'Sizes IN GAINESVILLE its
may have deteriorated physical, in the Florida State Museum. recd ized rities m t band e rather traumatic one for the Stoves 8, 10. 12. 14 16. 18. Size 16 GDI'S PHARMACY 'S'
.. ,.. .
m wh/\f requires 1V yards 39-Inch fabric. IK Central Plaza
ly and mentally'since his trial, field Of Wl j"UUIoV6A.G'phy. glowering surgeon-hero and his I FIFTY CENTS In coins for this (next to Wlnn-DUIe)
but said he believes the cotr First prize in the senior divisIon The? .Dr- Herbert cohorts. ABC shifted the show Radios pattern add 15 cents for each For prescriptions & cosmetics ,.
j for black and white I pattern for first-class mailing and I.D.L. DRUGSTORE
demned slayer remains legally prints Zin, edito1116 Golden Book from its popular Monday night special handling. Send to Marian FOR SALE --
1 1Wade's went to Robert Fitch Smith I Skates Martin Gainesville Sun Pattern : Membership Carol
sane. 1j series; rf1165.olivcr., di- spot to Wednesday nights and Dept 232 West lath St., New Estates Swim Club, $}0 less than ,..
j of Miami for his of a regular membership cost. Owner -
photo opmencan Museumof York 11. N.Y. Print plainly NAME.
rector an hour when two popular com leaving town. Call 372-wa. _
Trunks ADDRESS with ZONE SIZE and
comment came after, :scene at Biscayne Bay. Smith'sfirst HistOry; George STYLE NUMBER.
Na (
shows shown rival
fro Dtilas psychiatrists, Dr. I place was worth $500. Silk ufagazine photographer -edy are on a YOUR FREE PATTERN IS 8 Baby Sitters Child Caro
network. Jewelry READY choose It from 250 de-
Robert L. Stubblefield and Dr. Helen Cruickshank, sign Ideas In new SPRING.
John Holbrook,examined Rubyin Second prize, worth $250, in /naturalist and Kenneth SUMMER Pattern Catalog, lust TINY TOT .t.

he black and white division author: BicyclesTV out I Dresses sportswear, coats,
his county jail cell. J>on, President of the morel Send 50 cents now. PLAY SCHOOL;
went to Francis Johnson of Tal- i
'N FloritPubon Society.Fiftstanding (feamcswlteTIME Sun Sets Visit UI and IN for yourself + ':-
Judge Joe B. rown asked Dr. ahassee. black and _u SE Sits St. FR 6-7106. .

Stubblefield who heads the First prize in color slides was }IUUJIANIUSf'T PLANNED '
and 80 color slides '10ts: ClothingCameras program awaits your -
Southwestern Medical School w e tn during May
Worcester Mass. She also won will nrrrJr- THERE Music programs educational
Psychiatry Department, to prepare erJda Museum. fllm-sfrtps. 7:45-5:15, Mon.-FrLJ
a report on Ruby's mental $501. The second prize of $250 In 1331 S.W. 13th St. FK 0-3900.

condition. Dr. ''Holbrook repre- color slides went to Dorls R. r FOR A CHANGE- Antiques Child yard Care Reasonable In my home.rates. Fenced Good

sented the district attorney's of Perry of SL Petersburg. references. Phone 37J-371J. AI

fice. Miss Foster's winning entry VOTE and SUPPORTR. Furniture KIDDIE KORT ....

Judge Brown said Dr. Stubble- was a scene of the morning mistat ;; ';t. Livestock IS Child care center FR 24647 -.'

field's findings would help him Wakulla Springs. : WILL Care for children In my ?
The Gainesville Garden Club D. "Bob"JORDAN homo Si days a week nice play ,
DiamondsFish -
decide whether he will order a I yard loads of toys and plenty of
and Alachua Audubon Societyare loving care. FR 3-tStJ._
sanity hearing.for Ruby.A particularly concerned with; Poles WOULD like to keep 2 or 3 small ,.
defense psychiatrist told children In private homo. Ph.
the inereasing rate at which the

Judge Brown that Ruby has be- wilderness Is vanishing in Flop- Used Cars WORTHWHILE CHILD'"13-care_by day or week prefer. ......

come insane and hs delusionsthat For SHERIFF ably 2 or 3 children by week
PETITION FOI for next 2 years. Home with ig. n
"millions of Jews are beinslaughtered" NOTICE OP FILiNO
FINAL DISCHARGE OF | ALACHUA COUNTY Auto TiresAquariums back. yard. Call 372-4)50, 302a ...cowN.W.
because he shot ADMINISTRATORSTO f 13th St.

Notice Is hereby given' that we hi my home. Reasonable rates.
wald was accused of assassinating !- filed our final returns as Admin!** Experienced Capable Complete! lunch. Fenced back '
ton of the Estate of VIRGINIAN I Row Boats yard. Have reference. Call FR
President John F. Kennedy JOHNSON Deceased; that we Great Leadership Ability 2-8954. _

ed that our we petition will apply for to final the tlal PULL LEVER 20-A on Voting Day, May 5 Golf Clubs Employment +

H. McDonald, County Judge of (Pd. Adv.) ....
Tom Sawyer'sAiling County, Florida on the 12th[
May.-1.U. for approval of the san r- TypewritersMotorcycles
for final discharge as Adminlstrai 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED ......
the Deceased.Estate of VIRGINIA A. JOH I MAN of the MONTH .: ? READINGIN

:TCHIKAN, Alaska (AP-; EDGAR LEO JOHN/i', SIDNEYMARTIN Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating ._.,
Administrators of the Used TrucksRefrigerators famous Studio Girl
Thii announcement was made Of VIRGINIA A. JOH Cosmetics. Full or Part Time.
foe Deceased. Phone i76-433a after 4. ."V__w.
by White Elementary C3M8) 4:10, 17, 24; 5: 1
SchoU Parent-Teacher Association IN THE COURT OF THE Representing t 'SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER .
L' F h. new management. Open
Thursday. IN PROBATE. Baby Buggies ings for fashion directors. Part
and IN RE: ESTATE OF S PAUL REVERELIFE time or full time. For appoint- ..
"Tb 'Tom
play Sawyer BERTHA BOYD, menf. call 372-704.
The 1? ates' which was to have Deceased. NS INSURANCE CO. F Electric Motors ; COOKEXPERIENCE .....
been esented at the Monday HAVING CLAIMS OR 405 Non Cancellable Hospital S helpful but net ..--
Wting canceled.Tom AGAINST SAID ESTATE: otl- Health and Accident e Farm MachineryStore necessary. Will train. Age 2t to A"_
night was t4
You and each of you ere ,ims sa 40. Pleasant working conditions.
cable down with the chicken fled and required to present: of Major Medical, THE Kitchen closes f p.m. Apply I to .,,...
and demands which you, t Cf Equipment ':3I A.M. only. Carmanellas, ..._.
pox '__ you may have against tW'of. Group, and Life. 706 W. Univ. Ave._ _
BERTHA BOYD. decease.
\ LEGAL NOTICE e of Infant's WHITE LADY for 24 hour period
said County to the Counf of. Clothing
NOTICE 10 AU. CREDITORS not responsible Alachua County, Florldfecgunty weekly to care for elderly lady
: not _
bedfast .
r debts unless Incurred flee In the court house eQ give references.
t> any CLet '
by rnyself. Charles U Manlon Gainesville Florida, J tile Sewing Machines Apply Box 4W-A Gainesville Sun. _
IBM 4:24.: :3' 37 21 V Mj 5:1 ender months from tho 5 Each MEET TONIGHT HELP turn your spare time Into -
first publication of th''.writing, SUN money. No soliciting or deliver. -
aeeagsMMsi claim or demand shalMtjWeftce Office Equipment ing. Adlust| your own working -
and shall state the plat cumi. hrs. For appointment call. ..
HELP and post office addreef C the 372-7049
ant, and shall be M lney and Movie Equipment .
claIMant. Ms agent, K M> flied with other PART time sales girls 34 hours _
any such claim or den C week. Apply 110* N. Main St. ..

YOUR shall be WILBUR void. J. Vf a persons, who are Nursery Furniture WANTCan BE A FASHION SHOW ..

As admlnlstratOYD, DIRECTORNO ..:
Estate of Bgr HAYDONBURNS Building Materials delivering or collecting. car '.
SUN Deceased 6\villcox 2.Leronby. I necessary. Call Connie Robblns.
DeiU On FR 0-1968 after 6:30 p.m. "..
Barber 1-- Outboard Motors
CARRIER Gainesville, Fiona* r SHOW DIRECTOR -

.\ Attorneys( ) ,417.for 24;AdrtS26S 5L-_ r WORKERS I Sports Equipment ADS NO necessary.delivering Connie or collecting Robbins,, car FR
:5'.u. carrier
Every n
NOTICE TO CREW Vacuum Cleaners 6-1.61 after 6:30 pjn.I .
IN THE; TTYrFLORIDA, r- Distributing director for nationally -
tfmself. Me _
nest JUDGE ALACHUI Fishing Equipment known manufacturing &
buys his-!, papers 'at PROBATE.IN h sales corp. Will train right woman _

wholesale .'a n d sells RE HAZEL: ESTA T..if WDeceased. 7:30: Washing Machines Earning for position while of learning responsibility.around __
Having p.m.The
retail. The Persons $400 monthly. Promotion to supervisory _
them at TO All CredMinst Said Estate: capacity can be made
difference his profit. Claims" or m(5hereby notu Heating Equipment in 2 to ) months. Car estry. -
You and eaoLgjent any claims For apt. call Mrs. Bonnie Ray -
fled and reqw. or either of you.]i Gainesville -Johnnie Turner, 10 A.M. to -
and demands State of Hazel T,. Musical Instruments 5 P.M. Mon Wed. & FrL no -
HJs full vv!Hly profit ; have age of said County,' Burns for Governor I other time. 374-1480._ _
rma. an. dece5.Alachua
depends! --upon 'thePcornPt County.IA the court County house I k5- Headquarters Camping Equipment You EXPERIENCEDSTENOGRAPHERS --
i;Florida, at i*,;.tn $vUle, Florida,' -
payment-of, every! Bf "w Co ponths from the time I,I' S Sperry has desirable positions
customer he.serves. Nexttim I n within six action( of this notice., I Plumbing EquipmentChildren's S available for experienced stenographers -
ftrstand shall be In writ-Ii i : 301 S. MAIN with developed secretarial -
your:' :Sufi carries f tEach claiirvj.,jfe place of reslilng > skills. Starting salary determined r
,' end 'rfice address ,ef the Playthings by prior experience -
cell; .PQy.hil'l1 prompt'ly. I dente, and1t.t sworn to by the (Pd. Mv.) S with Increase based on regular _
I claimant,*V-, his\ attorney and ty scheduled work performance
He'll appreciate it. f ,elalmant %,defend er not so filed Electrical Appliances reviews. Promotional opportunities ..:
'any euckirw* t day work: week. Excellent
shall bo oRGAN CAMPBELL working conditions and ben __
msuit1e1irt mTnlstratrU of the Eser Dogs Cats Parakeets efits. Submit resume In confidence
HAZEL T. MORGAN, Attention Livestock Producers! ,. 225, for or appointment.telephone 3724411 Ext.

j,First TUBE
Clar"slt Avenue DIVISION
II w..xiclad"' SPERRY RAND CORP. .
rA" If you have hope or tattle to GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA .

133 1.22- I sell now or in the futuro pie... 4 Yone Nothing will sell it faster _EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY_ .a
contact of tko buyers atCo.lud Buy WORLD'S LARGEST COSMETIC
: COMPANY Has opening for
Sausage Company and
The teivs neat mature women. Average tt .
thin aa opportunity toblry"yoor per hour with Avon. We train .
you. Call Mrs. BUrN.1t 35421. -

checker. See Mr. Welch. Stocks
Cleaner 441 S. .. 2nd St. N*

FOR 4 BIG ADVANTAGES! time Immediate experienced opening sales for people fun' .

COUNTYCOMMISSIONE Permanent position with all
k SUN employe benefits. Apply With '
1. Cash market every day. son's Department Store.

Must be able to type and eeer _

t Interested in school 1* 3. Special consideration given to'meat type hogs. Sell knowledge ate adding of bookkeeping macnlne. Some help ..

and better roods in ful. Apply Wilson's Deportment .

Alachua County 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient quantities. Store. .

,: .. WANT ADS : 12 Mate Help W.t.4 :
If elected l Jprornisf. ; .
to.seneAlach with on honest, CALL COLLECT 462-1011 .. .., WANTED life euaro1 thru LaborDay :
siness-like \ whe Is free to five ea premises. .
-. and can do other work .
.ffid.G ition.A .e-t .Tf''Ji when net en duty. FR 4-3012.
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316.4672 ,
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20 GaInesville Sun Friday, May 1, 1964.

15 HeusN For Sal. -' ** 35 Houxt for Sale Homes Silh.
{ 12 Mole Help Wanted 34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses fo SoU Oaef To"'

N.W. Si 3 Br..2 baths large FHA tern, 3 BR.' 3 ACRES OF land. 2 .

WANTEDCOLORED WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. AIR CONDITIONEDIF carr.a utility. Paved condition street, FRED central teat, wall vail al- otner buIldings br lIes mhouse. WANT-AD RATES
Broker, specallzing In you like space for enteraii exll drapes. tufa. wi Starts on Rt.
ONLY. TURPEN- LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE this Is the house for rear Terae. wel lansp oven 8. r\nge. Ca bit. nor o 31 Ph
TINE DIPPERS. CHIPPERSPAY Melrose living area opening onto red 3-55 'U-53
AGE. 3 mile No. of
OFF EACH WEEK. CON- GR 5-2981. w elo patio. Near Llt- OWNER must sacrifice, 3 bedroom ARNOLD FOR Sale 1, trede1ies, BR. HOUSE FOR sale In Ke one PH 372-8441 -
AND PULLERS. GOOD WAGES. West schools. Fla. home loca j In Istmorelend Heiht Fia. 3 BR.. 2 be 1

TACT MR. KENNETH STRICK- LOT on Cooper Lake. Price $995. 3 BR. 2 aths hat.dishwas. and ,living 2 af large built In room kit- Estates. On.Cly frers, paved ae l will sacrifice. A als forClassified'
LAND. TELEPHONE 3764063 Terms. $20 down, $10 monthly. built ro ft. liv St 2 Ig. ba* 3Rm. 1g. famIly $18. will sell fo. 9

AFTER 4 P.M.UNIVERSITY Phone FR 40848.ON O selling at FH appraisal -I c carpor., 10 i s REALTORWanted & living ft1.lining area. Call 376-16 GaivUIe, a I
pice. $000 oy. S15 Central heat. 4 kitchen p.rn. Only -
1321 N.W. 21st Ave. Phone FR In.
of Fla. Student down. : ; GE
SILVER LAKE 2 eluding dLtTr
work time. Room rent 4945. 3433. 2 court STARKE: 1 ro 3 bath
spare 4 all with yards walk 10J4s o
BR. study living room to large
la constitute part of compensation. wall-to-wall carpeting d I ning $40 Month CB U of F & meet Infer o l I fl DEADLINES
FOR only $450 FHA c
FR 4-3012.AUTOMOBILE room, 3 tiled bath home. Large month do, $17 qua per lot. Low dr mli Large family to enloy a home. $22,700. Down}Eent 51.700. post oi sls b r. I

Mechanic. Must be porch with breezeway utility lify for 4 BR, 2 yo 1806 20th St. Large kitchen,, living room with Immediate occu ,. DrIve by Ideal f h. office.I e.. Day before '
able to furnish reference All and 2 This h. stone 1027 NW 40th Li nursing Tves. papers-5 PJn. Ibk
room car garage. NW 38th Terr. Will fireplace 3 bedrooms, Call Butter ete.S tr Fr
FOR SALE in Fla. Two 2 baU S e .m.
new facilities. A good opportunity home Is located on a private & outside completely. For appt. Citra den 2 baths with 3rd available. Brothers, 37295- o go In $ppr-12:0
for the man who has the lake 2 miles north of Interlach- to tee call 3720481.Y BR homes S2500 for a cean. Cash and On two lot worth $5,000. Lovely prWrit.. Box Gai. vie For ads t g In M pp1 p Sat.Minimum .
ability to better himself. Apply: en on Hwy. 315. Price $30,000. pie eac trees re
B 8, G Motor Co. Inc. 115 S.E. $5,000 down with terms. Phone THE OWNER In Idlewide. 2 rocked. Jam L lansaping. night.YOU i ( ed 4 lines)
Bowdoin in
2nd Street.DISHWASHER. FR 4-0848. BR CCB house tile bat Newber 4-2 Mrs. Clean
WANTED apply Iy room. Call after 14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open 40 Business FAMILY RATES
Restaurant LAKE Place for sale. call FR 2. 5:3 P.M. House 1 to 6 p.m. Design Lives here better than new 3 Proper
In person Wonderhouse 4416 after 5 p.m. SUnay. AMEPjAHOM ... ............ 34c fine
14 S.W. 1st St. Be h I n d by U. S. bedrm 2 baths. contra I : Insertion .........r .
.. Sears. lot the Suwannee GLADYS SMITH ., Homes Division. 2100 beautifully FOR SALE BY OWNE 3 Insertions ............ ................... 22c the
BEAUTIFUL on sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bat air cond.. Fenced lot in lasap land on US No. a 6 Insertions .............[.. ... ... .. We Rn
376- Skyli Hw.
.. Wanted man to manage package 6160.River at Rock Bluff. Call THREE Bers. two baths In brick vener. 2 1801 and t. price at S2V 343 ft.31 nc S. = 12 Insertions _...... ...... ......................... 14c line
store. Must be bondable. Good NW Alachua Homes 500. multiplying total lines x rite urn-
Idylwild S.W. 18th St. south of Stuckey's. 336 n. charge
reliable person. Apply P. O. Box $17,400. Call 380 Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR PRESENT! % Ben Susiow. P. O.jrossroad. rn Tol number cpe irti b I II

124. Gainesville. __ LAKE HOMES 3753FOUR 4490. Hate Your Landlord? NEWER 10 Stark Bx I j,
BARBER needed. Urgent. Good Oil Lake Swan. Enjoy the long ; bedrooms, two baths In
opportunity for right man. Call summer months fishing, boating P.K. Yonge area. 1246 S.W. J. W. Buy this neat 2 bedroom modern MODELS LOT 1 o from Unlverslt 7
FR 2-4469, or check Ill S. Main. and skiing on this lovely Road. $20,000. Call t hom In Norwest location fo x 12. $.9s Phone FR 2 i8 Five letter words per line

City. lake. House Is completely furnished 372J3THREE KIRKPATRICKCOUNTRY $1,000 d $4500 per OPEN 10 a.m.FEATURES. 4rk ;
and air conditioned. 100 month. No FHA qualifying or
bedrooms, two baths closeto
t ASSISTANT manager. Restaurantand feet lake frontage. Extra good 7 S.W. 26th red tape. Ideal for student cou- : 42 Farms 6' Aereagf Same as t fines .
Motel experience not re value at asking price. Universit. Call home near Gainesville; Ple. Fireplaces 18 Pt. ordinary type .
quired. College Graduate Interested 3753FOUR immaculate condition pleasant Screened porch !

In living In North Fla. Call Here's a perfect home for you surroundings. Yours with orange Cool Custom kitchen 160 acre farm wit all equipntnt. 1DlSamesi3flnei
752-3901. For appointment, or overlooking beautiful Lake Lock- bedroms two baths off trees In rear yard with V* acre ComfortOver Oversized bathr Half mile road frot *- *. ordinary type
write Holiday Inn Lake City. extra large 16th 1501 N.W. 37th for $16,000 or 21 acres for ate.
t toosa. 5 rooms 1,900 sq. ft. of Plus many othe
Fla. P. O. BOX 788. living room glassed in porch. Terrace. $21,000. Call 37.5J3 $11. or 12V acres for ed luxury. Panelled fail.alritlo features Good farms end acreage lutlngl = Same es 4 lines

established city Corner lot size 175 by :360 feet. S The house has three with brick fireplace. Separate iort.ordlnsryyp.' *
ROUTE man for LACK Acres, 14 S.W. 32nd Street.
bath. Call Ben Griffin
Shade trees flowers. shrubbery.
but huge two car
desirable ga
route. Experience an clnln
extra large three i
two I
Transportation garden plot garage and other broom. Owners carry mort- stove dishwasher
not Rerigerator.
necessary. bath home.
furnished. Hendrlx Furniture Co. I features too numerous to men Slo0 37-53 aage.SPACIOUS Include. GLADYS SMITH, Realtor
tion. Priced to sell, with some and lovely residence Northwest location 1228 W. University 3725393FARMSRANCHESACREAGE 24 D-l- SimeasSiines
MEN LOOKING FOR FUTUREIn terms. SEVEN bedrooms and six baths available for June oc upanC.Beautifl 1. I L.. ordinary type
the insurance business. Must in West Hills. $45,000. Call hardwood Walking distance to elsi.. f=

be between the ages of 25 to 50 Call us now for appointment 3-53 panelling, three large bedrooms terms.ARNOLD Jr. High Schools, Shoppl RURAL PROPERTIES ;

to quality. Guaranteed starting ANGLE REAL ESTATE two tiled baths spacious I
salary. Call FR 2-7167 or FR 4404 N. W. 13th St. Phone 376-6927 FINLEY Area. 2125 N.W. 3rd entertaining area. Pricedat ROBERTS C SIT. REALTOR The Gainesville Sun will nt be responsible for mere than

2-2153 for Interview. Place. Four bedrooms two $24.500 and already connected REALTY COMPANY Churches.YOUNG U.s Hwy. Fla. Incorrect Ilrtl n be liable for any err In e I
COWPEN LAKE-nlcely furnished baths. Call Multiple Listing Member t Ph. 4663120FORDYCE tisement te than tie cost of
needed at once. CanS $.0 3725JA to city I B space occu
ROUTE ada man Bottling Co., FR 4-8525. 2 b.r. A/C home. Exceptional AIR CONDITIONED swer 219 W. Univ. Ave. 3-3 '' -- pied by t' Item ta :advertisement. No adlistment I will
frontage. $8,800. Terms. BUY In Holly Forest, 3905 S.W. mer weather that Is almost Associates: AMERICA1HOMES ACREAGE be made on errors tat lot m.terialy effect tie value
2nd Avenue. Three bedrooms 1800 square feet of well arranged Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge the advertisement.The o H
13 Mile! or Female LAKE SUSAN-like new masonry two baths. Call Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman J
-Help $19,50 372-5J freshly decorated living s acres at Over 160 acres
Charlie Mayo Jim Green S160 I
home elegantly furnished; a
two car enclosed gar
at S10.500.0o. 4TH Avenue are patre. fenced and Gainesville Sun reserves the ,privilege
dream come true Extension. Three age and such a convenient \water beautiful o revising or ,1
EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES ASKI About these and lake lots. acres and three bedroom, two location for less than $22,000. NW 34th & 7th Avenu I avaiabe. available un- tecting any advertisement which tt des oJeia
STENOGRAPHERS ARCH CAMPBELL REALTOR bath home with separate guest RedfranksRealestate an Sall 5 chan!! ** daflation i of any a

SECY'S full & part-time Phone 376-5707 ANYTIME. house. S30.o. Call 3-5J3 0 Phone 3727070iivens | 1000.0. Approximately 20'res. t- k'f the paperT fr c

FOR SALE air-conditioned. gas Realtor Arm 3 bedroom homelr Into small re, 'mm.J
Multiple Listing I tin only
CLERK-TYPISTS heat completely furnished 2 I antique .central oil hea .
Associates: Ben Griffin Member Multiple Listing brid. an acre. Over 100 acres _
REG. NURSES & LPN'S bedroom house on Cowpen lake Anna Florence Burns, 31 N. Main Phone FR 24404ASSOCIATES ._. !i !_fireplace I built liable. Call or consult ''-
22 miles East of Gainesville. 'c
YOUNG MEN. degrees Bus. Noyes. : I B\IIUICI*> e tai uo I.- 45 Furnished Apts.I 45 Furnished
Adm. Law Engineering. Price $8,800 $2,500 down bal 228 W. University Avenue Floye Mathlasen Irene BUMei MAKE AN OFFEROn 150 ft. deep $18,500. Call 372- FORDYCESOIATE Apts.

25-35 Salaries open ance Gainesville monthly.Sun.Apply box 408A 372-5 A W. Reece Capt.. USN. equity and pick up 4V* pet. 6050 for appt. to see. 'INC

Personnel Center HAZEL HEIGHTS payable mortgage of mo Ind.approx.t L SIO.O BY OWNER, attractive 4 BR 2 37&-12 ter LARGE upper Apt. Close to good ce. LARGE 2 bedroom furnished apt.

102 NW 2nd Avenue ON THE GULF See our and M rooms $7 bath, good N. E.b lo bath, lovely yard in ACREAGE coitio o t per Reasable. Conveniently located 2 blocks

Call 372-6377 for appointment Cedar Key Shores room, 4-bro homes 3b cation. FHA appraised $13,500 pines azaleas. Air cond., cent. I N.W. 6th St. FR M to from downtown. Suitable for 2
ES 4
10-12 A.M. 2-4 P.M. Mon. thru FrL built-in electric stove and oven.Central heat dbl. Ulil. rm. & swim club fenced with good 3 4957. ; FR students $8 mt Call
CB .
& Other Properties heat city utilities. membership. Walking distanceto hom. land allan 1 &
Exp. secretaries.salary open Wired for and tele NEAR Metcalfe & Howard Bishop. crs e good TWO bro fumls art. UPPER Duplex. 3
David televisio Three large bedrooms gracious on road.ARY Room. bathe
Cashier-host attractive AndrewsCedar phone. Large completelygracsed. I 2832 NE 11th Ter. Ph. FR good near central
White housekeeper. $25 WK. GAINESVILLEHIGH living room with fireplace and If no answer. FR 2-5567. MOELLERREALTOR FR GenealHospial. locati no cidre o
Bookkeeper salary open Key. 3841AT the city limits. Heights is with in built in bookshelves. Separate Ph R. T.6-75. PJO. _pets. App. 23 S W. 2

Exp. Waitress, salary S. comm. sewer close Equipp stop. dining roo m. Florida ro o m. 3 BEDROOM CBS home In New- Box 365 St. Augustine. MODERN EFFICIENCIES Ai r
Exp. mechanicsStore CRESCENT BEACH low line payment, conventional Pretty tree shade lot. Reasonable berry o nicely landscaped acre Univ. FR 6 conditioned Phone E. Harp
trainee. hi schl. grad. I 400' from Ocean. 100 Ft. on loans. Located on Split level 3 B.R.. 2 bath, built-In priced S18,5O lot. Reasonable dow payment. WOODLAND, 20 miles FOR RENT duple apt. furnlt'. FR-H56 A
Off. trainee. hi schl. *rad. A-l-A, running 750 to River. west 39th Ave., West of Nor kitchen. Insulate. good financing Terms to suit. S. E. N utesvllle state BR, dining ..
Tree surgeon foreman. $2 hr. Priced to sell. William E. Van St. Shown by appointment, S18.5 Cal Mary Moeller. MODERN COLONIALLarge _! pP. Realtor. Newberry, Fla. 12 Cason, on WorthIngton Rd, rm. 617 NE 5th Ave. No Pets. NICELY furnIshed convenient
Auto salesman. Exp. Noardt. Next to Crescent Beach phone FR hill-top lot_ in desired North Fl Air condition. $60 Phone FR 6 dowto area. $75. Also garage
Short order grill man Bridge. Phone 124-3030 Code 305. 2.36 west. White pillared veranda. 3 3 BEDROOMS. 2 bath built In' 700J. : conditioned. $90. Adults

Insurance trainee $100 wk. ARMY Officer must PICTURESQUE large bedrooms, 2 baths, separate kitchen rugs and drapes, patio, only, n pets. Inquire Lillian's
Route salesman. Levy Co. ONE BLOCK FROM LAKE GEN- l sll. 3 BR. 2 transferre room. Appr. 4 Acres high woode land, dining room large living- Call FR 6-8821. I WILL PAY YOUR LIGHT AND Music Store.PRIVATE. .
CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. EVA among beautiful trees. N. W. Near School. road Property WATER DEPOSIT NW
overlooking winding room-Florida room. CENTRAL .
1s 3 I BR, Fla. Rm.. Carol Estates newly painted
I, 120 SE itt Ave. 2 BR stucco Home. large living Negotiate equity. FR 2-5 frame home N. W. location. 3 ml HEAT & AIR-ONDITIONING for near Metcalfe & Howard 23rd Blvd H rented Imlately. In, 3 rooms and bath. Hot clos and
Phone 376234 room fireplace. summer from downtown Gainesville. $17- Bishop 1 bedroom-ground fur
sleeping room. lot 200 x 144'. FLORIDA PARK 3 BR. with year cofort. Tre Pa" equity & assume FOR Immediate foo. $75 cold water furnished. Off street
900. Call Mary Moeller. ed patio. Double carport. Built-in with 2& nshed. parking.
$77.94 occupa.t. No
$10,000 to settle an estate. Make paneled Den which may be used mo. pymentl Phone SE 7 oms. SE 14th st. C. FR pets 15 S.W. 2n
Sales Help Wanted kitchen Includes Only Place __
14- 4th BR, Living dilhwaher. Some
; offer. room Din 376. down
a n Realty, 1113 N. Main S.
met pay
ing room; Florida room; 2 full BEAUTY & CHARMA SACRIFICE $2400 equity for $700 met: small dow pay CLEAN 4 room apartment. Close
LITTLE LAKE SANTA FE. furnished Baths; Kitchen with built- 1 BR. furnished apt., water fur. to
tied functional quality home on Ig. 1230.SOUHWEST cash. Total cost only $11,427. Shping. 6 N.E. 6th St.
REAL ESTATE SALESMANHugh home. 3 BR. guest house Carport; Utility Room and lot, new. spacious, of brick and Modem 3 BR, Itt bath home. S for 'es built on your nished. 4123 NW 12th Tedr.. $60 Pho 2.1JI. $per month.
garage utility room dock 210' Storage Area; Paved Patio; suitable bi. Near schools. Refrlg. elec. Cal paYIn.flt, per 376-2641 or
block for m. Cal 6-23 CLEAN
Edwards. Inc.. Gainesville's Hardwood floors; Central heat space swim In kitchen with breakfast RIDGELL ask and nat near
I many trees. $18,500. dead end st. are. range. air cond.. and Builder Havnes. / camps
ming pool
largest builder has opening for and air-conditioning; Walking distance Central heat. SltO.GACIOUS No qualifying. 1432 NE drapes. Ph FR 2-5 an shopping, one pre
Fine residential
new salesman. Excellent earning of Finley and Gainesville .area 123,90.Call Phone 44 FURNISHED Apartment for rent married tenants. Call any-
opportunity for above average LAKE CHIPCO lot 100 x 250 In High Schools Owned free and Mary Moler.INVESTMENT LIVING 376.UNIVERSIY for Rent bedroom :i time.
man. Mr. Dorman. sales manager. Interlachen city water 700 of clear; arrange your own financ- on corner lot. 3 HEIGHTS Near q : 'omi. 2 bedr'o : Ralph FOSSEY Realtor

372-1551.. HUGH EDWARDS. INC. hwy. No. 20. Price $1,750. 1918 N. W. llth Road. FR large brooms. 2 bathS.step entrance Univ. 3 BR LR Hosp.DR. .& Fla the 1 C. 2 B could 1"Selling W. University Florida Ave. Ph 19062 376-13S9"

Appr. 300 x 300 comprising 2-3 up Rm. Separate garage apt. in 37641tour 3 ROOM furnished arf. nice &
JAMES H. McEACHERN with lot Phone trailer
livlngroom dmlngroom for rent.
NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR., i 1 bath homes at 728 804 N. Shef.
rear. Apt. fum. House clean.
b partially couples on
17 Work Wanted Male Realtor bath. Central heat central air 16th Ave., Drive past & Call fireplace large family room furn. 20000. Apply BOX ; field Trailer Park. Phone FR
ly. peti Rent rea
Keystone Hts. 473-4106 ALSO with fireplace, recreation 412-A -
cond. Northwest. .. c.rr J7
Gainesville ttage
376-2927. S19.0 Cal Mary Moler.BUDGE etc. Shown by appt c-o Sun.LOOKSEE er for : trai. .
room etc I. for EFFICIENCY 212 SE 7th $t., $75
YOUNG wants part time Crescent Beach Ocean Front Lots only. 17. couple
work on Saturday and Sunday. Choice ocean front & ocean view FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 I 23 E. U raier. Cour EAST SIDE per Inc. mO Call McKinney Green.

F' 21 years old. Very dependable. lots 2 mL North of Crescent bath, Ig. Fla. rm.. Ig. utility located on Ig lot. Claude M. "Red" Franks, Realtor _116! _...__.t Pho 376 2-3617.
separate living -
area rm.
Beach, closest beach to Gainesville Associate NEW FURNISHED
Call FR 2.n.7.COMPLETE Myrtle 3-ROOM
3. most reasonable prices. rm. wall-to-wall N.W. near bus school lust right Lassier. 2 BR trailer
kiche. Wm. Harris Associate BLACK ACRES Spacious 3 bedroom No 3 cabana.Archer DUPLEX APARTMENT
j'' REMODELING lob. This beach unharmed by storms. carpeting rm., glass for retirement home priced at 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone: 2 bath masonry home located FR pets. Rd. Nicest In Good
carpentry and block laying. Salesman will be In the area alCin door leading to 16' x 24 $.3 Cal Mary Moeller. 37611' on a large corner lot with 2-5 on bus tow. Ilto
Call 442-9640 Alachua Fla. this weekend call 376-2472 Satur. fenced-ln back yard. 1325 o Res62.WESTOOD lots of trees. Special 2 BEDROOM, pets. lne. oly.

CARPENTER WORK wanted. Also day morning for app. to see this NE 12th Ter. $19,500. LTLEWOOD Include family room featre Lake Swan **ctage.. Gainesville's Finest $40 Month

capable of supervising any typeof desirable resort property MASON MANORIf MARYMOELLER schOls. 3 place, fireplace In living room, Sleeps 7. June,8' 21st unfurnished Apply 814 NE 8th Ave.
Warner W. Weseman. Realtor, central per week. & s Fumfs er
construction. Call Newberry are looking for a quality BR 2 baths home heating and air conditioning -
1113 N. Main St. Phone 376-2472. yo Study floors. wall to wall 6.3044. 2 bedroom aplr AIR-CONDITIONED 1 broom,
4722496. and want to live In a Heights hard
carpts. men?. 309 NE St. twin beds Danish .
choice and quiet range Cent. built in oven and 45 Fu'n 9608. f Phe 376
neighbrho f,. niture. Located corner of 20th
heat. Shaded tack yard. triG dishwasher huge recreationroom
this is the
18 Schools tr Instruction 35 Houses for"Sale central ICatio.. floors and double carport. THIS Very clean nll., furnished 1 b St. and 4th Ave. N.W. $90 month

beautifully shaded terrazo lot. The priceIs 37662WHY IS A LOT OF PROPERTY FOR 2 BR trailer. I ro apartmt. Tile bath. $6. Call FR 2.14.

Check this REALTOR PAY RENT $8,5 CALL US NOWI pool. Call i.ijwlmmina 1 5t FR 6 3 ROOM furnished Apt., private
I MEN AND WOMEN WANTED IF YOU ARE LOOKING for the mst realstic buy. Call FR New homes $ ,5. bl tile BR furnished1ng 2-9569, M. or Mrs. Thas. bath, 1st floor, hot cold wattr
privacy of a country home, yet per LCated o $500 DOWN Large 3 furnished. Call
Drive by 2420 N.W. 10th bro Cou- 2 large 1st floor private FR
CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS desire convenience to the citypark 2-751 1019 W. Univ. S. E. 45th Terrace. sometradeins. frame home near pies only. No 1t. room 2-5.
3767 pets.FOR I bath adults, E.
shopping center and Avnue. Member multiple lsting Call FR 22LW School. Some repairs needed. FR 2-0204 70 Univ. Ave. AVAILABLE May 3rd. Trailer 2

schools. this 6-room brick home FOR SALE BY OWNER, spacious ONLY 15,000.0.WESTOOD RENT 1 bedi--- 1 and 2 br furnished apartments bedroom. Adults only. $70 a
We prepare Men and Women. located at 300 N. E. 13th Ave. 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. Rim, close to Professor moving spacious apartment. Clean rlshed air conditioned.Summer month plus lights. Inquire et
Ages 18-55. No experience neces- on a IVi acre wooded lot may school. Littlewood Estates. FORDYCEREALTOR broom study IVi baths at- 3 bro. 2 month. Water I. $60 rates, near University office, Sheffield Trailer Park
sary. Grammar school education be what Reasonable down pay- tic in drawers van.lty home Can and Medical Center. 916 S. W.
lust you are seeking. 124.5. $80 month. Negotiate fam Ronnie Hayward, 2 BR, well fur 1st floor dupex.
usually sufficient. Permanentlobs. At $13,000. I will take cash or a 920 NW 37th Ter. Phone and storage. 1062N. ily room central heat, FR 1 or i 7th Ave. Phone FR 6U FR Quiet campus.
Short hours. FR 613 nar alr-cil
No layoffs. second mortgage for $2,000 equi 372-53. equit. 2ns oven and range. ONLY $17,500 6266.6.BEAUTIFUL tloner. Accept 3 mature
Advancement. Send E. furnis stUts
High pay. ONE bedroom
If interested call 376-2356 after
ty. Call FR
FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW NEW 1 bedroom 4-6494.
home address, phone clot
pletely private
name number and time home. Write 5 or on Saturday or Sunday. tion 3 bedroom, 2 tile baths se.. WEST VILLA ESTATES I COME you are looking for a fine IN- Waldo. Couple onl c air conditioned. 1716 N.W. 3rd 1 BR, screened porch, capofl
PROPERTY call to
Marcel Co. Box 388-A c/o Gainesville 1918 N.W. 11th Road 4 B_R. or built-in appliances double carport Enchantingbrick 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR 2 tie see this 3 bedroom US with 1595 Waldo. Ave. $90 a month, couple pre- shady yard air condition

Sun.'I optional 3 BR. with paneled den. paved street connected to bath wall-to-wall carpetin ce an attached 2 hom apt. Both ferred. Call after 5 10 3-24 wanted, no pets. Phone 'R I
;I down tral heating. built hen I 1 Bedroom duplex, 2
L dinIng sewer. payment.
shaped living room >
MEN & women IS to 55 to train for room, family room 2 full Days Smal After 4 home. 4 large bedrooms 3 Includes dishwasher. Located on I completely furnished and only water furnished. C n LARGE o bedroom Ap upstairs oey. 4iovfr NW 24th st.

CIVIL SERVICES tiled baths, kitchen with built-in 376-4774. 37.326 a spacl I ous living room large wooded lot with circle, SIJ3 Apt. is rented for $7000 No children or pets I! electricity water
I Examinations. For information dishwasher. stove and oven with fireplace. Large Florida drive. Orig. cost $20,000 balance I month -5824.. furnishe. S per month. Lo 46 Unfurnished AjIi.
MAKE OFFER! room and a kitchen for to section. Call FR
No. $17,380. payment
& Phone al
01 send name address carport. utility room and storage Equit $ REDWOOD apartments
WE are leaving Florida and must enloy. Centrally heated air $143 REDUCED Beautiful lot In 2Z NEW 1
; Key Training Service. 112 W. area. Paved patio central heat Incl. Ins pr 13th St. New 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen
Adams St.. Jacksonville. and air conditioning. walk I In g sell our beautiful 4 BR home condition. Contact FORDYCE mo. Phone m-1n Black Course A c r es near Unlverslt<' available for brO BR 10 x 45 Mobile home for equip $60 pr mon* en a

distance to Finley and GHS. For built less than 2 yrs. ago. If INC., 3612Westwood MODERN ENTERTAINMENT i ia Is Coif now only $3,20. FR Iforma I rent. Phone 6-7559. $ 3761 days
you are looking for a luxury 62.WANTED 376-7327 evenings.
Real Estate Exam Inspection call FR 2-1053. pleasure. You will JOHN _
hom. loaded with features and agre nth one or two AIR-ONDIIONED apartment 1
COURSE EXCLUSIVE NEIGHBORHOODNW a development. come see ing has been spared 3 to share with cook- 2 BEDROM large livH9 room

ATTEND First lesson free. SECTION this one. Terms to suit buyer. school Is within walking distanceof 4 bedrom. 2 bath custom aprtmt.btween 30. out. Near Medicl Center and equipP. Co-pie pre
HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE LR 3 BR. 2 baths double carport. Turn left off Newberr Rd. onto i this lovely 3 bedroom. 2 bath on an acre lot: MERRILL 21391.COMFORTABLE Univ. Call 2-31 or 6. ferred. chiden or pets

COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave Fla. Rm., a large screened 57th St. 529 home. Living room, separa t e with prlvac Call for appoint 1 BR 1224V NW 8th St., Phone FR 2-5.
58h per
ment this home located and prIvet
FR. 6-3507. 3723727. porch. fireplace. covered entry I dining room and kitchen plus S
garden central heat air cond., 3 AND 4 Bedroom hoel. On tio and a large fenced pa at 3420 N.W. 21st Place er. Respsib. students oft I mo. Call McKinny-re Inc. TWO bedroom d up'e x, kit.
MEN WOMEN AGE 18-55 complete built-in kitchen. Nearly Acre lots. Go out Avenue conditioned. $14,500, yard low MULTIPLE LISTING Ing pets or '1 FR 2317.EFFICIENCV. ch eip. $t$ per month.

WANTED IMMEDIATELYTO new. Owner leaving town.Price to 43rd St. intersection, turn down payment and monthly pay BUDGET HOME. near Newnans PHONE 372-1494 ? Phone FR 2-93. apt., entrance 6th if.
TRAIN FOR $32,000. Call FR 2-0954 to right go approximately 1 mile I ments. Contact FORDYCE & Lake. 2 bedroom 1 bath, Price ASSOCIATES: TRAILER AND CABANA I j3 l tl bath. Lights pate war UNFURNISHED i 3 bed-

r CIVIL SERVICE gel directions. see sign on left. INC, 376-12 $7,500 with terms.INVESTMENT. MARCELLA PARDI room $55 per .. 1724 ter fls. Summer student rooms, living dup kitchen,
offering T. D. ZETROUER. BUILDERFR ASSOCIATES W. H. BUCKHANNANBEST Ter. Couples. or couple SIr r FR 4-5824. bath. 4Vi miles frorr-downtown.
flood security. For Infor- FOR SALE by owner modern 3 Alachua County b Good location
for tfrildren.
nation pay.local Interview wr'le bedroom house In Carol Estates. 6-3 Lakeside growin. invest in the future. BUY in buying qualities and child. Call FR 21576. WO APTS One 1 BR apt. One 2 month. Call FR $75 5.
Furnished or unfurnl:>hed. Assume IDYLWILD owner leaving town for information on home planning for the dollar DOWNTOWN 3 room fun; R conditioned apt. Walk- 2.3unti
411.M us
Service Box FR
c-o I GI loan Best anxious to sell at 3 BR. 2 retreat furnished cottage. 30 minutes nw. dlst. to town. Call FR 2-5514. 26 after 5. and
Gainesville Sun. or refinance. : los Business locations. Building lot NW stio. beyond city lmits Apt. 308Vi NW. 2nd St. $5 i" Sun. :-
offer. Call 376-8414. bath. Fla. Rm. exra nice $1500 from Gainesvie. 100' white and acreage.ALCHUA. preferred Includes water. Private $75 MO. -- _
down. 4012 SW St. Cal; sand water for 3 2 bath. spacl o u s TWO callable Im-
19h bedroom entrance. Call FR apt.
to month rental 'to bedro.
3.000 SQ. Ft. 4 or 5 bedroom home. 2-2 or lese
r Livestock & FR children. Only $2.- .
28 SuppliesWANT 2-9026 S1.0. throughout. Entrance hall sep ; levelof duplex
3 months old. Fenced yard. a-c 500 down and low 'pay REALTY DUPLEX 2 BR furnished apt. *"* tenant 1 bedroom fumls
arate dining dishwasher. ; stove and 'situatedabout
3 BR frame house. 1 mile South ro available at 1204
N.W. rei.
location. 2 blks. from Is
ments. (The Fishing good for cooking & Car-
TO KNOW HOW to properly of Waldo on Rt. 24. Phone Worth your tim to see In heatin. a. Ph. FR Wese- 3 blks. of 1105
schools. FR .
2-4841. $0 too) Contact FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES : water furn. Private & ba< 247
Wimberly NW 39th frot NW 4th Ave. PhoneFR
finish your hogs for market? 410 after 4 INC. 3761234.Redwood Member Multiple Listing of Realty Main St. sD ,
Phone FR
3 BR. 2 baths, Ig. LR walk-In Ave. Phone entrance.
Then come in and let us explain 635 N.E. 1st St. 376-2448 37-5. 211 6-57.
how you can do this |lob with closets dishwasher. Sm. down BARGAIN Only S Down NoQuaiifylngl Aria T. Smith Realtor NE 18th Place. furnis apt., living rm.

CPA Cooperative Mills 40 percent payment VA mtg., Swim pool 3 Bath, Central : Mabel Gore. Associate McKINNEYGREEN ONE BEDROOM 'I ., kitc. private 47 Houses ('Rent Furn.
Pork Maker. Our special privileges; 376-1583 after 5. heat and central air conditioning eluding curtains fmle. li Adults a r r t e d
built In kitchen. Lot 100x 1969 sq. ft. In this 4 bro bis. e or 2 or 3 sober male
during the month of April. FMX utilities furnished eletricity. 2 732 NW 23fJ Blvd. $95 perm
OWNER transferred. 3 BR house '
trees and In split level home. BR
roses yard. nts. No $100
Gainesville or Alachua. Phone 10 COMING $60 month per Call Green Inc
VA financed 2 old. $500 McKinley
yrs. some painting. $101.33 chen, s e par. te dining room DEATONREALTORS Ni loati I. Apr. 20 through August.
FR 2-1095 or 461-2105. FR 6th St. .
cash. Take up payments of $82 end 2.317.HOUSE
mOo wit homestead exemption. Florida room. Drapes car 44 seen at 414 NE 2nd St. _
FOR SALE, brown end white per mo. Ph. 372-3243. 1904 38th Dr. Phone 2-9S peting Included. Situated on a FURNISHED Apt. for ret S per 1 'R 47212.iY 45 x 10. MS

Shetland Pony with saddle and FHA House for sale NE sectionat days 6-90 nights.BY bautif lot. Contact FOR VILLAGE i mo. water an lights fur Call furnished apts. for per m TRAILE. after I
bridle. Phone FR 2-0745. & ASSOCIATES INC j FR FR rt. p.m.
appraisal value of $10,000. IDEALYou
OWNER. SW. Aea. 3 Bed JUST 218 yR 2-2 BR apts.
$300 down payment, low monthly room bath heat 37&-12 GREEN I 2 BR. furnished apartm.m.jpets. ap 5
II must this home
29 Landscaping-Top-Soll payments. 3 BR. 1 bath carport floors. 2-car garage. see atradlv. 311 S.E. tth St. Phone FR ROOF LEAKING?
large storage. Call after Lot x 127. $800 down. S97 that Is Ideally Nor e, quiet, cool first floor
6:00 P.M. FR 6-4774. 10. 126 S.W. 40th St. or call per FORDYCEASSOCIATES VILLAGE I east that we have Just listed bore 661. apartmt. Good resi100. SUN PEAKING?
COLEUS exotic colors chartreuse I
FR 22727. you 3 Bedroom ling 2 BEDRO furnished duplex. to There Is re substitute for
red velvet. pinks yellows SALE. TRADE. RENT. Furn. Un- b. .
and Florida Ave. $52 per month. nd bus lines. Within qualify,service. C.ailGAINESVLLE
ruffled browns. 10 cents furn. 3 BR. Fla. Rm. Breakfast FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 INC.Real Built-in Range and oven Cedar Call FR 3t distance of square. No ROOFING
each. Ph. 2-0821 after 4 P.M. Rm. garage fine location. 725 bat Ig. Fla. rm., Ig. utility GREEN lined closets Attic fan Refrigerator 2- $65 monthly.
N.E. 7th Terr. 372-8223 Baaum. area separate living rm.. din- Eestate Exchangers and washing machine 10.2 B R. 1 blk/ fro campus o- ps 372-0296- FIE ESTIMATESALL
ing wall to wall Multiple Listing Realtor Garage Space air cond. optional $101 per WO GUARANTEED
30 PETS & SUPPLIES COMFORTABLE LIVING 3 bed rm kitche Fenced rear yard
Grace VILLAGE Green t apt. near bus line 15 YEAR IONDED SHINGLES
S. Call McKinney Inc.
carpeting living mo.
rm. glass 1440 Can be FHA
rooms and 2 baths central heat Fordce galore sq. f.
Associate Private $85 2233 S. f. Hawthorne_ Rd.
screened porch and family sliding door leading to 16' x 24'patio Dudley financed.,Call FR 2317.QUALIT 372-3617. enfran. p ,

FREE kittens. C weeks old. Cal room. ideal neighborhood, near fee back yard. 1325 'Harvey W. Bento. Associate GREEN 376-5 ;_ '

FR 4-4339 or see at 2831 N.E. schools and shopping, 611 N.W NE 12 Ter. 51, 2 3612 a

10th St.GERMAN. 34th Drive, $15,500. DISCOVER and buy now this
SHEPHARD PUPS Ralph Realtor new home under PARRISHPRESENTS VILLAGE 4 B. R..3 bath FUN IN THE
FOSSEY Covered court constri home located on 140 x 550 lot. The
AKC All shots. READY TO
GO. Shown weekdays after 7it.m. 11 W. University Ave Ph 376-1359 2 bat paneled family rnw fire- living ro dining room, & Flo
"Selling Florida Since 1906" All of the rids room are etarinary.
all day Sat. and Sun. See coitio GREEN conditioned for com-

Don Carney at 3501 NW lath Ter. MORE FOR THE MONEY this 3 a quality Lloyd Myrick home. Again work offered of fort. Cannot be duplicated at the

PRINGTIME Is puppy time. English I Ig. BR. 2 bath panelled LR. in Wimberly Estates VILLAGE asking price. For complete Informatton .

Shepherd puppies &. American fireplace attached garage. HW NW 39th Ave. Phone o call 3723617.
3-5. PARK
Shepherd puppies. Call FR floors. WelL Lg. fenced comer AREA
2-0033. lot. Near Stephen Foster. $1..,- 4 Bedroom 3 full baths in ant masonry 3 home
500. $450 d.p. FR 2-8851. Heights. This home has Lb on a nice lot 110 x 154 located GREEN CLOSE TOSCHOLS
AKC registered miniature Dachshund 300 sq. ft. of living space. aircondilioned. within walking distance to J. J.
6 weeks old. male. black AVAILABLE MAY 1. 8 room. 2 dishwasher. and< Finley Elementary Sh and :
with brown markings $75. 1029 bath furnished home at 109 NE many other extras. If you need Gainesville High Owner VILLAGE B. R. 2 home SUNBOATS
N.E. 31st Ave. 372-2166. 3rd St. Will sell on liberal plenty of living area check this leaving town. heat. bat NORTHCENTR\
with central _
terms will trade for duplex one. Will consider trade. For information charge
BLACK LAB. retriever pups. Real pay cash difference or will rent call THE JAMES CO. MASON MANOR Very attrac GREEN $9800 which Includes taxes
quality. healthy & ready to go. to reliable tenant. Ph. or writeH. OF GAINESVILLE. INC Build five 4 bedroom 2 bath home located Interest. Call FR 2317.ASIATES .
AKC reg. FR 2-5763 after 4. All G. Bollinger Box 277 Starke ers Kingsbury Homes. Phone on a large lot with & MOOR _
day week-end. 964-2881. o nights 472-7401. backyard Ideal for chil VILLAGE BOA
32. fed Butterworth OUTDOOR RECREATION
J. Fred
2 AKC registered male reasonable.Chihuahuas 3 Bedrooms IV* bat built In kitchen dr Walking Jr. High.distance Central t It We CoL J Gu. Dvi Jay J. Wiltshire WHO WUL LIKE THE 7601
II weeks old. SMILEYou'll
well Listing
on a lot. Minimum GREEN Fbhfpg p 24" GRILLS
Call 481-2267 Hawthorne. Fla. i and air conditioning. 4 Mllp. Firla _
: smile with delight when $351 m$10
American monthly c $
you see this sparkling NEW 3 has strip hardwood h Lel bl pat rne. n RM S OR
Shepherd puppies male and female floors. CENTRAL
Cal BR, 2 bath CB home on NW call THE JAMES bat wo FR .o 2-17 CHARGE GOD
7 weeks registered. Ifoati
ed .' Wall to wall C MaIn
14th acre lot sprigged cart
and lasap Sidewalks t Builders of Kingsbury Homes. livlngroom wIth fireplace. M GREEN 37 Real Estate Exchange "The Heart _ _ _
Sealpolnt Siamese connected em built-in kitchen f a FRANK PHILP Oteck lila"
Phone -
kit-I Nights
tens for sale. After S P-rru, City sewer utilities. Cent. 372-2. 3741. room, large screened patio delightful $ or trade for farm lan in SPORT F

FR 2-6073. I heat and A-C. Family room. GE COMFORTABLESUBURBAN for entertaining. I VILLAGE EL- County. 3 Bedroom, spacious Home of HUNTER Fiberglass List of Classifications tt choose

-2 MONTHS old puppies, crossbreed I kitchen. $3 'with terms to HOLLY FOREST. This attractive i h Quiet .nei F1sJ\i Boats. from
suit '
of Manchester and Chihua ; br. LIVING 3 bedr 2 bath home wall to Close t 2- Quality Sells ALACHU
hua. Call FR 2-1756. GREEN 40 Itl ONLY S
carpeting In living room WANTED: Approximately
3 BEDROOMS 2 bath. IWlng room, wal Skiing
FOR SALE LARGE stock of purebred : EXCEPTIONALYou family room, kitchen with bit end old brick fireplace, fail are clear or wooded with o 2 N.W. 11th RA .IOH SwiiDinFR

Beagle pups pick from :3 get more for your money In bis. Central air conditioning room and lovely built-in VILLAGE wit buildings to preferably miles North on 2 or 5-4393 SEA H Fishing Equipment.
Labrador puppies. We board this attractive 4 BR. 2V* bathCB heating fenced bac yard Located large swimming pool fee roa 3 SALES AN

dog Jame's Kennel, Rt. 1. home .In Exc. NW location. o quiet de back yard, central heat a or 0 Gainvie. equity M T Fr U p S f Lone StarBoats. Safety Items.
Box 78. Keystone Heights Ph. Half acre lot shaded and fenced. outside city 3945 N. W. conditioning. GREEN TO TRADE or S block Ski suppi loper
474958. I that's 36th Street. Take advantage In 3 bedroom Golfing Equipment.
Built-in kitchen a BAIRLVS rigs.
beau. o 3 bedroom
excellent buy since UNDER New home, 1f f splr
Cedar lined $10,0
DACHSHUND ch thl F.H.A. specifications 601
for sale. For more homes S.
Information call FR 4-063 before tae SfI pe o 119.750.. I lelvl town. 117. phone and available quail- VILLAGE ai 20x40 concretepatio Tennis EqI

S p.m. on.ONE fled buyers with F.H.A. f p fruit Baseball Equipment.
SIAMESE 3 Bit one bath CCB h bi H Ing. No closing costs a. GREEN and shad trees, db Ads "
KITTENS purebred Want
healthy and cute. wks. old. LOOK E. Central heat, cln tae Phone for details.WESTSIDE. lance to school church Sun Where Fish.
er, storage room, ping renter. $ month t
Belvedere Azalea Nursery Ear10ton Win be sufficient for you to s p New residential sub- p m
Fla. s tl lap 6-S VILLAGE HOLLYD. BE CArL
468-1261 the value in this Ocala opening soon located Sa Owner,
h at 3525 NW 7 Place Swimming Pool diii Just Paul Mutter, Fl Drive, Plus many many m

33 LOTS FOR SALEBY Screened shaded porch lot. & much kitchen.more Nice fashion NE family section home.near school All largrooms. old c Neb Ro o blne.1.0 GREEN Hollywood.take Ph 41 S t.3s. Giveor Get Results Envoy Master a dean Pool _ _

for SI9.10 Good terms. 4 BR, 2 baths kitcn. cs service. s> Mon ADVERTISE DT TBS

OWNER pantries dining rm, r. M..M.PARRISH VILLAGE 38 Real Estate Wanted FR 25343

BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 90S UNIVERSITYREALTY stu. sleeping porches screen DKECTOJVMR.

Block of N. W. 22nd Street. HO : porcs 3 fireplaces. ahi _ _ $ SEVC
x 155'. Phone 376-5109. feed yard. S GREEN WANT TO BUY

118 x 141 lot near site of 1964 Mortgage $120 2 or 3 br h with
parade of Homes on NW 34th 337 family r Kitchen MERCHANT: To -

Street. Restricted to 1200 Sq. 111 N Main St. P 372-4351 NW SECTION for sate or rent 3 AND ASSOCIATES INC VILLAGE I m b equipped. Central ad in the
Ft. tame. Outside city limits MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING heat
and 4 2 bath GCB b priced
REA electricity and natural gas Mn Prick home. br lights and t Wayne Hill Helen Ga right p M Day- Fun in Sun section
A E Ci wlte. w r. d th 3723441I
Valletta. Price S2458. .... l1 McCann T. Doug ewers. appointment C Ge Mary Par fc GREEN | I' t I ONE

1 Wl *. Owner. las. .r.R C Phone FR 2-32k b I Mo Fi It TeU II : j. con, .


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48 Homes for Rent Unfurn. 49 Rooms For RentA 66 Misc. For Sale 66 Misc .For Sate. 73 Musical MercHandls


II 3 BR home for rent. $100 per NICELY furnished room convenient ELECTRIC apt. size GE stove. In GE filter flow automatic washer ORGAN SALE IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
month. Must lease for 6 mos. to town & Univ. Phone good condition. $50. For further looks and runs like new. Also roll Of Christmas Left overs. Ail JR.
THE TIME IS NOW. 1117 NE 31st Ave. Phone 372- FR 6-5911. t SW 10th St. Information call 3727395. around 2 speed fan. good condi new organs. Savings up to 30 Homes.
3263. tion. Ph. FR 2-2436. per cent. Earfs Piano Co. Cooperative apartments to Income. Business
PRIVATE ROOM with bath. 1 Blk. SINGER FEATHERWEIGHT 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 be built In Gainesville. For and Lake Property.
3 BR. family room equipped kitchen from campus $35 a month. 1104 $7 per month. Balance $68. FRIGIDAIRE stove. & Ice box. Information call FR 62921or Parma lAd Aereare.E. .
large lot. Avail now. S.W. 3rd Ave. FR 2-0989. 815 W. UlWV. Ave. FR 4-1C7J Each $55. 6 chairs SI JO ea.. USED Upright Piano $89. Used write: !:. CURLY" KUEHN. Jr.
S135 per mo. 5010 Newberry Rd. lounge bed $15 mail box $1.50. Grand Piano $295. New studio P. 0. Box 13956 638 N. MAIN ST.
2 Air conditioned rooms for rent KENMORE Piano $395. Used Player Piano
Ph. 372-5951. deluxe gasstove. weed cutter $1.00. 4807 1 E. Univ. FR t-2032 Broker FR M544
Do You Have A Room Apartment I utilities & linens furnished. Kitch- good cond. $30 attic fan with Ave. Phone 376-5646. $495. Your credit Is good with Gainesville. Fla.
: I 12 BR Kit. equipped, 1206 N.E. enette, private entrance. $12.50 louvers 36.' like new $45. Complete us. Gainesville Music Center. ParkMacoma
9th Ave. $85 a mo. Call McKinney weekly. Men only. Ph. 372-1S65. TV antenna $10. Can FR FENCE WANTED 1025 W. Univ. Ave. 372-5421. University

; I :. Or House to Rent? Green. Inc. FR 23617. FURNISHED room with private 2-5089. Chain length preferred. Redwood Upright Piano in good condition. Aprs.
entrance and private bath central BEAUTIFUL colorful mounted acceptable. I will move it. FR $60. 224 N.E. 12th St.
2 BR house Ig. living rm., dining NEW HOMES
Rm., & separate kitchen 614 heat, telephone and garage. sailfish. 6'J" By Al Pfleguer 6-7110 or 4.1117.Hoover .
NW 22nd Ave. Can 376-1950. Call FR 65112. Miami. Fla. Only $165. The Tac 76 .Airplane Sales-Rent!
1 REMEMBER-A rental COSTS NICE, comfortable quiet room In kle Box, 1490 Hawthorne Rd. Portable!

vacancy RENTALS private home. Available now. STRAWBERRIES New $69.95 DEMONSTRATOR. FOR SALE McCOY'S WALTER
Call us for Aprs houses turn t Sea at 202 NW 12th Terr. FR 25 cents $49.95. Guaranteed. 175? Cessna 172 $6750.
YOU MORE than the ad that will unfurnished. 6-5361 or62100. Hayes per quart. you pick them. 1959 Cessna 172, $6400. Homes STUBBS
i rent MOELLER Farms. Brooker Fla. KIRBY SALES & SERVICE 1952 Piper. PA-22 Tripacer $3600 ,
MARY MALE students. single or doub-
712 N. Main 6-7110 61117.
SINGER electric 1959 Piper PA-22 Trlpacer $4990
: console needs INC.
ble, private entrance. 1406N. Inc.For
it REALTOR W. 5th Ave. FR 6-8961. minor repair $30. Call FR STRAWBERRIES. you pick them 1962 Piper PA-2S Cherokee $9900 .
1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471. 4893. I 25 cents quart. Bring your con 1961 Piper PA-22 Colt, $2990 Sale, very attractive 3-
NICE room, private entrance and tainer. J. R. Wainwright Farm For details on the above call bedroom, 1-bath home. 4617E.
3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. bath. screened porch on side. REPOSSESSED 2 miles E. of Stark Road 16. CASSEL-IN-THE-AIR, INC. FR University Ave. walking 1321 N.W. 16th AVE.
Stove & refrigerator $115 per V49 jnenth. Also en* to.$30.. Sewing Machine. Like new. 2-6351.
Here's what-your Vacancy COSTS YOU mo. Phone FR 6-2472: Weseman 861 N. W. 31St Ave. FR 2-0779. 1964 model. Sold for J139, :3 moL APT. size gas stove $39; Magic. schools.distance Price to Lake$12,500.Forest woo PHONE 376-5394
Realty. ago. Will take 7 payments of Chef gas range $19.952 refrigerator
down and $7930 month.
AIR-CONDITIONED clean, quiet $8.15 or $50 cash. Call $45; bookcase h e a d- ILITTLEWOOD AREA, 4 BR. 3 per
EVERY DAY until it is rented : 3 BR. 1 bath, 530 N. E. 9th room in new home kit. privi. 22051. board bed complete $29; T.V. loath, 2050 sq. ft. living areacentral Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr.
St. $100 a mo., available May lege. Ideal for study. Call 372- SIMMONS Mattress & box spring with stand $29; power mowers ( heat, built-in kit. 1 blk Day FR 6-7290. nights FR "We Trade House
9 > 8th Call McKinney Green. Inc. 8944 or FR 6-6064. and chest of drawers, $40. Call S14.95 each; 1 coffee and 2 end- (from Westwood Jr. High l 2 6-5015. Office corner N. Main

FR 2-3617. 3764582. tables new $14.95; chest, $6; play folks, from Littlewood elem. and 23rd Blvd.
IF RENT IS': YOUR LOSS'PER DAY IS: 2 BR screened porch electric 53 Office-Desk Space KELVINATOR washer less than pen $6; boy's and girl's 20" school. Ideal for Ig. family or
I kitchen. blk. to Univ. campus. one year old. Good condition bikes $12.50 each; overstuffed family and elderly persons. 1IIIIIIfIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIII1IJIII1R! ! !
I S0 mo. Call F. E. Davies $90. Call FR 2-3286. chairs. new upholstery. $19.95 : I .
$40 $1.33 per Priced for Immed. sale. $24,500.
per mo . per day Motel. bed $12.95 W Black
Travelodge OFFICES FOR RENT 2 J. C. Higgins European baby ; and i 13449 N.W. 13th Ave. 372-2893.
bicycles .
Decker skill saw $19.95 bookcase NorwoodHope
j conditioned office ; rsAVE
2 BR partially furnished house New. modem 1 man's & 1
woman's in
'. $50. per mo. . $1.66 per day and 3 BR unfurnished house for space. Individual rooms.Large condition, including carrying $. We buy sell. Free
delivery. Call FR 6-0850, Pauline's -
rent. $70 & $80 per mOo Ph. 376- or small separate units. baskets. $25 ea. or best offer.

$55 per mo . $1.83 per day I 5568 from 8 A.M. to 7 P.M. and Furnished Secretarial or unfurnished.service optional.Off Phone. Call FR 2-1746. THERMOSTAT, 1425 E. Univ.window with EYES RIGHT! H

LOVELY 4 bedroom, 2 bath, street parking. $55 to $200 BLUE Lustre not only rids car 3 "H" Inc.
frames 2 speed Intake and 2 I See real dream living In Shadow I
$60 . $2.00 day home. Near University and Fin- per month. Call Les Jackson. pets of soil but leaves pile son --.,, .
i per mo. per I ley School. Stove refrigerator, and lofty. Rent electric sham- exhaust $20 each. 1, 3-speed floor I Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. .
FR 64461 anytime. Ernest Tew :
) large yard. Now available. Call Realty. pooer $]. McDaniell Furniture fan $10; 1. 10" oscillating fan $4. D. Oliver Bldr. MillS NW 40th Drive We Trade Homesor

I $65 per mo . $2.16 per day I FR 60192.2BEDROOM. Co. Gainesville Shopping Center. Call FR 6-4368. PILFR2-0U 3 Br.2Bath
ti I I West on NW 39th Ave. past Property
house for rent. 54 Business Rentals STRAWBERRIES ELECTRIC typewriter good condition -
I .25 cents a $95. Call after 5 P.M. I the Glen Springs Intersection. We must sacrifice this
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day Range and heating stove. sos quart. You pick them Mon See sign left. g
372-6738 en
.: mo. 917 S. E. Otis Ave. Call FR Wed FrI. 44-1770. 3 miles north iijOur inventory is too
2-8610. GARAGE space tor rent 613 S.W. of Waldo on 301. Mrs. E. E. THAYER baby bed with new mat. much-We will take
$75 "per mo . $2.50 per day NEWLY REMODELED and decorated 2nd St. call John Merrill, Real Wasdln. tress $30; like new Porta-crtb m a $850 for our equity. The following are ready for H
tor. FR 21494.
3 Br. house $60 per mo. REPOSSESSED Singer portable with mattress $18. Call 376-4728. FINER HOMES = You $17.000 occupancy.
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day Call FR 2-3602 day or FR 24686 AIR CONDITIONED Zig Zag and attachments. RB, 1825 N.W. 7th St. by assume
a nights. NEARLY new modem office or sews forward and reverse ap CAPITAL BUILDERS I Approximate mortgage. 3707 N.W. 21st PI. H

$85'per $2.83 day BEDROOM frame house near location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. plique monogram fancy stitches 70 Boats-Marine E4tulp. offered thru Hurry to take advantage 4-BR 2 bath, $700 down. H
mo. . per
schools stores and church. 4119 Ph. FR 6-2472 Weseman Realty and etc $6 per mo. Bal $36. DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES.INC. e of this. $107 mo.
1113 N. Main St. S15 W. Univ. Ave.. FR
N.W. 7th St. Call FR 6-2547. 6-1075. 16* REGAL LANiER Cabin Cruiser .
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day BR separate living rm. 8. dining SMALL Warehouse for rent. Call (CHANTILLY LACE) PERSIM- and trailer. Phone 2-5689. 11115 NE 5th St. 1442 NE 16th PI. H

:3 rom., carport. Located near Dan Byrd 372-2511. MON floor length formal. In ONE 14' NEWSOME fishing boat NOTHING DOWN VA B 38r.2BathOur J BR, IV* bath. $400 down. H

$95per mo. . $3.16 per day schools. $85 per mo. 1110 NW 30 x 40 CCB warehouse with rest. very $40 good will condition.sell for Originalcost with 1957 Johnson else starting Only $100 Closing Loss Your Gain (98 per mo.
$18. Seeat
40th Ave. Call 376-5920. room drive-In door parking. ex motor and heavy duty trailer
$100: mo. : $3.33 day bath living room. cellent location. 523 W. Univ. S 3416 NW 3rd St. anytime. with 2 new tires $500. Call FR MINIMUM DOWN FHA -Our inventory must 3330 & 3320 H
per per 3 BR, 2 Ig. be lowered We will
Ig. kitchen Ave. In rear. $75 per m 0 it 0 B. CAMPING TRAILER "Reliart 2-4568. NW 30th Ave.
,, separate, lots dining of cabinets room. Refrigerator Ph. 376-1206 or 3768489. 20' Demo, excellent cond., new i 21-ft. Inboard boat. Marine engine. N.W. 6th St. & take $850 for our equi- 3 BR 1 bath $550 dn $79.50 H

Y & Stove, patio. utility rm N.W. 13th St. Building to be con warranty 2 dW beds. large. See Completely refinished fiberglass & 37th Place ty. You assume $13,600 per mo.

CALL 372-8441 :.TO PLACE YOUR plenty closets hardwood floors structed. Space available for at listl!Murray's Marine. $200 off bottom.Like new. Will trade car NEW ONE & TWO (Approx.) mortgage -
cent. heat. Ig. lot. oak trees physician dentist lawyer. pharmacy or smaller boat. Can be seen at Hurry! We must sell 4617 SE 1st PI. H
fenced back yard. In nice quiet : beauty shop and barber LONG formal, size II, worn once. Ralyn's Service Station In Cedar FLOOR PLANS 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd '1. fl
to School shop. If Interested Call 3761831. Phone 2441. Priced for now
neighborhood. Close Phone FR 64808 after 6 P.M. Key. 3 B R, 1 bath, $500 dn. $61 H
and grocery. Rent $125. Available quick sale at $1,195. 3 BR. & 2 BATHS IIIImIJIlllllllllmlmlnllflmRllnmJmmnllll! !
now. See B. F. Christie 56 Business Opportunities Used Baby bed like new. Call H
3HP EVINRUDE, light wt., late
I 1110 N.E. 5th Place. FR 6-2027 model, S75 or trade for larger SALESMAN ON PREMISESOR FOR RENT 205 SE 3 8th St. H

FOR RENT OR SALE :3 Bedroom. SNOOKER TABLE 5 10. motor. Perfect condition. Call CALL
: x inquireat FR 2-2511 FOR Bath $300 dn.. $6* per mo.
2 bath central heat. built-in 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY on W. Happy Hour Pool Room. Ill 376-6946 or see at 816 NE 10th 124 SE 7th St.
stove. Call 485-3811 after :3 p.m. Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity S. Main St. FR 64312. Place. WALTER STODDARD. 3 BR 1 Bath 303 SE 38th St. H
: for the right man to get in EMMETT HOLLOWAY 1 Year Lease $100 per Ma.Norwood .
716 S. E. 4th Ave. Nice 3 bedroom the bowling alley business witha FOR SALE OR TRADE. CombInation 304 & 314 SE 39th St. H
47 Houses for Rent Furn. i 47 Houses for Rent Furn. home, CCB. Hardwood floors. small amount of capital. Call Pulpwood saw and lawn 72 Office Equipment CHRISTINE STONE IlIIIIIIII1IIIImmlllllllllllmmrmmnmmnllll! :3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn. SUper H
Walk In pantry attic fan. Venetian FR 6-2641 or FR 6-2930. Ask for mower. Double oven range, dish- mOo
blinds. Separate dining _Mr. Ha\ll'lH.' washer Westinghouse dryer. GAINESVILLE'S largest volume of. DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES INC HriinnstiTiniurnuinmnmmnmtititnrmiiit
ON LAKE 'GENEVA 2 bedroom 3 BEDROOM living rm.. dining room. Tile bath and utility room. Will trade for good utility traileror fice supply dealer, Chesnut's 825 N.W. 13th St. !! '
I 'large Florida room. month or rm.. kit 3 porches $75 per mo. Available now. FR 2-8445. 61 Wanted to Buy boat. Tel. 372-254. Office Equipment Co. Invites you JACK DE YOT-REALTOR
Mathewson Manor. C a II In Mcintosh. 1 block off 441, 18 to come in and shop or call for
year. The
following under
are construction
475-29S1. ., miles south of Gainesville. W. 3 BR., studY. Lr. Rm. Dn. Rm... The best costs less. Heat three free delivery. Chesnut/s Office
breakfast nook. near WANTED: waler cooler, must be times the water electric and will be ready
J W. Waters Ph. 591-2921. Kit. equip. your Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. MORE GOOD BUYS
priced reasonable and In Hope for soon.
ONE 10-room. 2 bath house. 2 city park shopping .center. Call good heater heats. Call Fullgas. Your Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. occupancy
.1 screened porches. 2 car garage 2 BEDROOM duplex at 2016 S.E. FR 6-2693. working condition. Call 372-4441, Philgas Distributor Phone 376-
2nd Place. Corner 2lst St. House _ext. 20 8-5 weekdays.WE 5392. 20-23 ACRES
IL Ig. parking lot. Located 805 "H" Inc.
73 Muical Merchandise
:i NE 2nd St. For Information call open. Call FR 64230. 49 Rooms for Rent BUY and sell all kinds of fur. 11' upright food freezer $99 cash highway 441 frontage rail 3236 NW 29th Ave. I

% J. T. Howze. 372-1090. 8 ROOM 2 bath very clean & niture stoves refrigerators or assume payments. Like new USED drum set for sale. Ludwig. road, ideal Industrial site. We Trade Homes :3 BR, 2 bath, $700 dn. $91 |
nicely furnished home at 109 NE clothes. radios TV etc. Call condition. Phone 3764468. If interested call FR 2-0056 per mo.
I 2 BR nice lot fenced. $90 perU 3rd St. $150 per month. Ph. 376- ATTRACTIVE room. with private FR 2-3937. LOVELY OLDER HOME es or Property
mo. 1 BR. near campus $75 per 0002 or contract H. G. Bollinger. entrance, In quiet modern home. quiet location 3 Br., Extra 3301 & 3311
mo. Frank Roby at FR 6-2937 Kitchen privileges. Ideal for U of SMALL camper size bottle gas Large Lot, Lovely Garden I qnwQlllllrmllllllllllmntlllmmll.lllll'llllUIii '
Starke. stove. Call 462-9660, Alachua, NW 30th Ave.
't or 2-4351. .. F student. FR 2-7883. : Area.
Fla. BUTLER BROS. ALL OUR HOMES ARE 4 BR 2 bath, $659 dn $91

T 3 BR. living rm., dining rm. $100 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.FOR Room Men from double main or WANTED TO BUY Non- $12,200ONLY Ii! OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY per mOo
Separate :
I per mo. 106 NW 10th St. Prefer E SEEING ANYTIME IF
rJ male students. McKlnney Green. 2636W N.W. 2nd Avenue. Phone power lawn mower. Call FR $500 : i YOU WILL JUST CALL. 3224 NW 30th Ave.

___Inc. FR 2-3617. RENT unfurnished 2 BR FR 6-7986. Shown by appoint 2-2913. OFFERSPRING Down-No Closing Costs. New 1 1123 S.E. 4th STREET :3 BR, 2 bath $600 dn. $86
ment. :3
Br. Homes
house $60 per mo. unfurnished ; Just Outsit 6-5301 or FR 6-798t per mOo
REAL NICE 2 bedroom furnished 2 BR duplex apt $60 per mo. NICE Quiet bedroom for rent. 64 Household Good City Limits. LFR
house tile, bath & hardwood Call FR 6-7466. Businessman or nice sober stu nlmmrUlIlJI1UIIIImIIII mmmsama
living and dining VALUES IN
floors separate i dent. $35 per mo. 414 NE 2nd .
Rm. No sm. children or Available within two weeks. threeor
pets $115 per mo. Ph. FR 6-2823. four bedrooms two baths St. FR 6-7212. APARTMENT SIZE gas range,
$125.00 per month unfurnished. NICE downstairs rooms. closein good condition. Call FR 2-7481.
I FOR RENT until Sept. lot, fur near schools lease required. Call private entrance off-street FREEZER AND REFRIGERATORFOR LUXURY NEW HOMESDon't
4 nished 2 BR separate dining KirkPatrick Agency, FR 2- 404, parking. 531 SE 2nd PI. Ph. FR SALE. WILL TRADE FOR
room. nice location. $75 per mo. 31 N. Main St. 22582. ONE NEEDING REPAIR.

t Call FR 2-8345. FORDYCE RENTALSCall ROOMS available with private or FREEZERS 8' REFRIGERATORSGASSED buy until you see these NEW homes

2 ROOM house. 1217 S. W. 3rd our agency to find the semi-private bath In nearest off IN HOME. $9. BUY in Fernwood Manor. 39th St. & 13th PI.
Ave. Furnished. Maid service. house you wish. Many listed. campus housing to the center of : FREEZERS & REFRIGERATORS WIN THIS HOMEAND
., FR 2-1110 after S p.m. .I Also apartments furnished. University. FR 63012. NEEDING REPAIR. FR 2-1330. 3 ,Bedroom end 1 and 2 Bath Homes S

;1 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath furnished FORDYCEASSOCIATES. NICELY furnished room In private T-A-G APPLIANCESTested
$ house near campus. Available home. Maid service. Park. and Guaranteed NO DOWN PAYMENT VA
early May. $150 month. Call FR INC. Ing space. Reasonable rates. 42 Refrigerators from S39 op
6-7672 from 4 to 6 p.m. I 926 W. Univ. 376-1236_ 210 E. Univ. Phone FR 67423. 9 Ranges from $39 up

17 Washers from $19 up $400 DOWN FHA
8 Dryers from $49 up
2 Food-Freezers from $79 up
i 2 Dishwashers from $49 up From $74.38 Month
SERVICES 10 TV Sets from $35 up
419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303


; Home And Business TV Refrigerators from from $49.95.$39.95.

I 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR
ii Bulldozing PAINTING 6-3484.
I NUBIAN desk and coffee table of
black oak $15 and $30. Under- All Services
Free City
WANTED Painting. es-
SMALL bulldozer, loader dump : wood portable typewriter $20.
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock.: Top timates. No job too small. _Call FR 1-<<1126.
I soil. Phone 372-7146. Work guaranteed. PhoneFR Sales Office
BULLDOZERS & Dragline, Back 2-5630. VINATORS. New automatic:
hoe, wheel tractors motor .washers from $138.99. NW39H Terr. & NW 16 Ave.
grader. Free estimates. W. G.
New Refrigerators from $150.88.New .
(Buck) Johnson, FR 6-6219. Plumbing Freezers from $139.95.

I I New Icemaker refrlg. from $279.95. Phone FR 2-9545 or Nights and

NEW & used fixtures complete 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR
plumbing service "BIG" JIM 63484.
CONCRETE finishing. Walks, HUGULEY. Gainesville PlumbIng -
drives patios, slabs and shuffle FR a-1589. 66 Mijc .For Sale.
( board etc, expertly done. EstI- _
mates. Call 3723884. anytime. APPLIANCES IN IT
RemodelingNEED GOING out of the building busi
ness. Will sell all kinds and The Correct
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS sizes of doors for V4 price. Also
A NEW Florida room carport door locks and hinges. Various Come out and see this luxurious new home. The
patio, screened-In porch electrical lights and fixtures, Address For
FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER etc.? Call now and get It done also (alousles and awnings win 4 .
CO. for the summer months. Call dows and various types of mould first prize is $25,000 which Tappan will depositin
Sales and Service 372- 049 after 5 P.M. for free ing. Out side white house paint, Young
Alt types of Fire Extinguishers estimates. girl's bicycle $5. FR 6-0848 be-

I II C.Pick R. up Thomas and delivery Ph. 376-8989 service tween 10 A.M. and 6 P.M. j' ExecutivesPine a bank for you to apply towards purchase of

Repair & Gainesville. Fla. Upholstery DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY
I Appliance. I Chairs. low as $8. No money
this home. Hundreds of other valuable
Air Conditioning UPHOLSTER your furniture at down low as $5 per month. prizes,
I Mortgage BrokerFHA reasonable prices. Call Sally. Free estimates pickup and delivery Forest

;I I : SHOP. Experienced. FR 6-9888. teed. Phone service.376-7786.All work guaran too. And nothing to buy. All you have to do is enter

I A-l HANDYMAN and conventional at lowest I
First In air conditioning and Appliance current rates. Terms to 25 SewingAlterationsALTERATIONS NOW you can enloy| cooking with Brick & BlockConstruction
1 repalrl.- We sell guaranteed years. Will gladly discuss at no gas. Gas range used Installed your name in the Tappan Sweepstakes when you
washers. .refrigerators etc. obligation. Call tomorrow.J. FREE with our LP gas. S65 I
Realtor on women'sclothing. complete. Propane LP Gas
I t AIR CONDITION repair any 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 belts. ,& also dressmaking.buttonholes.Call 5110.SW Archer Road. Phone FR *- I I G.E. Kitchens visit our model home.

wake or model Special price FRED. ARNOLD 372-8891. 14 Air Conditioning '
-vrindowmitscharged with 91S. -REALTOR I ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna tq

S15.utility Free rooms.estimates.garages.Also& clean store FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS Sewing Machine Repairs I Double else stack to buy complete.: $15. Brants.Nothing -: )_ ,4 (optional ) TAPPAN BUILT'IN APPLIANCES as featured on THE

513 N.W. Stir Avenue.
aoe rooms. Phone 376-4969. 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 SER- Sidewalks
MORTGAGE MONEY VICE CO. 815 W. UniversityAve. Our Free Ex.
Appraisal! Service 54 percent Interest. Terms to 376-1075. We repair all emUlation hearing will give you an accurate ) Terrazzo Floors TODAY SHOWLIFELOOKSUNSET.Enter .
25 years." Makes. Work fully guaranteed.
: BUY BUILD REFINANCE report.Gainesville S All City
FRED B. Hearing Aid Co.

.I r REAL." :ESTATE EALTOIt'APPRAISAL< '; 125- NfTTJ- *.*"* St.Call Ph. FR J-2S11 Tires Broke-Service Alignment 629 N. Main St. FR 64095. ConveniencesWooded the Tappan Sweepstakes at our model home THE

Dan Byrd
USED Chain Saws $50 up. New
'121. W.: UNIV. AVe. '''H. 872-352 GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA 4 tip sows $$89.9 We repairall S Lots MILLBRAE located on NE 31st Avenue in
and conventional loans. Low VACATION SPECIALON chain saws fc lawn mowers.
Auto Equipment rates. Terms to 25 years. 122S famous nationally known MOo I Chain saw rentals. McCuIloch Extra Biq: Closets
W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. hawk tires . Save up to : Wisconsin end Brtggs. stratton
50% on new tires. See our new dealer. Florida Saw Co.. FR .- -S Screened Porches IjHigliland
rebuilt 0. FOROY.CE and Associates Inc. Court Manor
HYDRAULIC JACKS wrap around retread that gives
exchanged; Repair kits for Conventional and F.H.A. I Ie Ins. more mileage & traction. Lat 63411.CLOSE OUT SALEOn VA or FHA .
Call 376-1236. Grace
Factory authorle- Fordyce. 623 N. Main S
Walker Jack mer Tire Co. St.
cd Walker Hydraulic Jack Realtor Fordyce & Associates Wallpaper. 9tc: a Ron TACp>f" the swim club community
HULL'S BRAKE lM,. 926 West University Avnue. .. HARPER PAINT CO. .9
I SERVICE 0. SUPPLY 1314 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366
Main- FR !-lM7 I :
I, WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned COLEMAN MOBILE HOME AIR : .
and waxed houses washed. 10 CONDITIONING SYSTEMS Quality Minded
Auto Gloss Sun Want Ads yrs. experience. Free estimates. Phone -Dan" FR 6HI067.AI II S Phone 372.3471RIErrJPA1UCI
AUTO GLASS U our only bUSt ,- Yard Work Service Center
Immediate Installation 3721551NE
free pickup & delivery. Add Get Results ELEC. range sOfa refrigerator $45;
t beauty & value to your car.MAULDINS CHARLES WORSHAM speciaiu- 5. good used 750 x 14 Firestone & 15th St.
AUTO GLASS CO. Ing In lawn mowing edging & 4-pty tires. $5 each or all 5 forM 16th Ave.
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83 Motorcycles & Scooters 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 ,Automobiles for Sale 85 Automobiles for Sale
77 Mobil, Homes for Sale I
CLASSIFICATION INDEX 1952 ALLSTATE Crutsaire $100. CHEVY 1959 4 Dr. standard transmission '63 OLDS JETFIRE, R&H. factory 1941 FORD ranch wagon 4 dr.. '
SPECIAL THIS WEEK 1951 Allstate Crulsalre $125. Both 6 cyL radio, w-w, 2 air, 4 speed transmission. Tur Auto. trans orig. owner, also AUTO SALES r..
painted. Call FR 2-3223. tone blue. Best offer. Call FR bo charged engine, etc. New 1955 DeSoto ..t.. ps., pb. 4 dr.,
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE 20 wide Mobile Home and I acre 7337.. cond. John Pierson FR 4-3790. cream puff. See at Smith's Sin- 1007 N. Main St. FR214HCourtesy
mile S of Paynes
lot. $10,000 1
clair 1605 NW 13th St. or phone
1 Ia Me.erUaiC Prairie. For appointments ca l 11 l DeSoto. 1957 4 Dr. $500. Good cOn- 1957 Volkswagen. recently ever- 3744084. Phone FR 2.6313
t r* .! Tfenka 11 Wanted U Br IiI FR 4-3052. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS dition. Call FR 2-4568. hauled. Good condition. Call 372- Northcentral Florida's Of

4 Lett PertaUit* P.nad BerrUe
I Travel InfenniUoa .4 B.otheW Good I IT'S SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP $395 equity for $200. Balance .BRING out the best In your car. power.,, factory air cond., good Dealer N. Main St. at 16th Ave.
needs $250
to Sl 095 financed. Call tires some repair.
C3 more.
Antilles pay show
0 SHeW Notices Your cars pep & power SuperiorAuto painting\ 6 body
eI Ph.
cash. 3724173.
f 7 Fleriste M Mtse. For Sal pay less. GET THE REAL up with a tune-up at BROWN'S 37M1K. work. Fast dependable service;
5 Baby Bitten CM Car. t1 Trading Post FACTS. Payments as low as157J9 SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed RAMBLER Classic 1963. White, free pickup, delivery. WRIGHT'S 1962 BEIGE CORVAIR. Can be
I Places T. G. And CS Article Wanted per month, with $300 down. recapping & wheel alignment 2-door, power steering radio BODY WORKS. 2031 NW 4H St. seen between 3 and 11 p.m. at
Thine T. Be. M Fad OU. Wood LAKE GENEVA 809 N: Main. FR 64310. heater. Excellent cond. Can be FR 4-9707. Cotton's Mlnit Mart, 317 SW 4th RAMBLER- i 1
70 Boat Marine EaJp.I I Mobile Homes Sales'Rt. refinanced. FR 25992. Ave.
71 Camp.Hans Flak. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fear AIR CONDITIONING Tune up 196!' RENAULT. 2.000 miles, $115.
AUTOMOTIVE 72 Offle Et1dp..l& Special $2.50 for performancetest. VW 1957 fair condition sun roof. 1961 Corvair coupe, auto trans. ""
?. AtrpUna Kales-BenUb All makes and models. radio and heater, S45Q. call
73 Mulcal Merckandli SALE 1960 Vouxhall $350 87 Automobiles Waster
77 HebOe for Sal !! 78 TRUCKS, FOR Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air 444-3414 mornings or after 7:00 1962 Ford Galaxie .......... 1495 I
It Traeka for Sal Conditioning Servicing Center. p.m. .
1963 in floor.R
Corvair Monza 4
7* Track Wanted Cue W ton pickup. Long 2. Wanted 1950 thru 1954 Fords
195 FR
204 N. Main St. Phone VOLKSWAGEN & H, steal at $1495.
ta TraeUn A Track Rentals REAL ESTATE FOR SALE wheel base. Good motor. Good I960 clean good and Chevrolets. 914 S.E. 4th
W TraDer BeatallS3 I rubber. Excellent farm truck. 2561. mechanical cond.. extras Call 1963 Comet, custom 4-D, H & H. St. AI Herndon Service Station. TRADE1NSv
FR 6-S3CS or FR 2-SS20 $1495. :
Meloreyelei Beo8epstre.tcriM Si Lot for Sale $500. Paul H. Sutton. 2023 N.W.
Actameklle 14 Waterfront Property _5 33rd Ave. 372-7769. .85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE MID WEEK SPECIALS Phone 372-3407 or FR 20245.
U AaUmcbUes fer Sato U Shed For SaloM 1955 Ford V-3 ........ $295 JEEP .STATION WAGON motor I DODGEDARTDODGE
M Swap Can' Cottaf For Sale 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals 1960 Falcon Wagon .....,. $625 lust overhauled good shape. $250 ,
27 Beat Estate Exchanged c CADILLAC<< SEDAN 1957 DeVille. 1957 Ford Wagon .......... $295 cash. Call anytime 485-2881. I TRUCKS
S* Beat Estate Wanted = Loaded with everything. $550. 1806 1955 Chevy. 4-door h._'__ $345 Test The Best :
EDUCATIONAL truck anywhereIn JEEP. 4 wheel drive 1954 many
29 Ot of Town Property RENT a one-way Phone 3720481. 1957 Plymouth 4-door, V$295 POOLE-GABLE
11 Schools InatraetlMU 40 Basinets Properties 1 the USA. from United Rent- N.W 38th Terrace. 56 Ford, 2-door V-I ...... $495 new parts. $525 or trade for motorcycle
Music DacetDf. Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 4-2835. Monza. '63. equipped or car. FR 69716.
41 Residential CORVAIR 1956 Are.
ame Mercury 4-dr. Hardtop $495 119 SE First
t 20 Wanted Initractlu 4! Farms .* Acreage 5 FARM TRACTOR. Allis Chalmers with radio, heater. white miles.side 1957 Buick. fishing car -----$195 1953 DODGE, 4 Dr.. fair condition 372-4343 I 64 Rambler 660 Station Wagon, Automatic, I
43 Colored Property Rentals 1-row, with some equipment wall tires. 1.000 ,actual small a H & H MOTORS $109 cash. Call FR 2-4841 110 I Radio. Air Conditioned. Reclining Seats, be-
EMPLOYMENT 4>l Colored Property sales good working condition. Can Assume payments for 1636 S.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2-3749. N.W. 37th Dr.
17 W.rk Would Male i be seen at NW 8th Ave. and ty. Will consider older at car 372-844, ecutive's Car. Attractive, excel lent-condition
U Work Wanted Female = St. Across street from equity. Call owner '
14 Sale Help Wanted RENTALS White.First. Electric.- "ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays. I . . . . . .,;. .-,.;;. .$2995
15 Help-M U *r Femate 44 Collates For Bent BARKLEY MOTORS
12 Hal Help Wanted 43 Fvrnlsked Apt*. E 63 Ford Fairlane 500, 4dr., automatic transmission -

Dramatte 41 Unfurnlsked Apt*. ;_ radio and heater . . $1995
11 Female H l>> Wanted 47 Boasts for Bent Farm. f!
45 Homes for Bent-TJnfarm.4f -' 62 Rambler Ambassador bucket
seats, automatic ;
2* Fern EtaipmeBt 50 Hotel Booms Yes! It's True! I transmission, air conditioned, solex

2 27* Feed Livestock* Fertilizer* Supplies 51 HIM.Wanted BentalaS1A To Bent =_ I glass, nice . . : . . $2195
2* Landieapmc -,To. Sofl 52 Boarders Wanted I
30 Pete SoppHe 53 Office Desk Spaeo Ei NO FLIMFLAMGIMMICKS 62 Ford Galaxy automatic transmission radio

U LlTest ek WantedFINANCIAL 84 Basinets BenUlt 1=== I. Ii I I & heater clean . . to _. $1695

SERVICE = I 62 Rambler 400 6 cyl, automatic"transmisSion :
23 Service I NO
M Badness OppoHonltles
radio rcond. bucket .$1895
87 Monet to Lana 23 Homo Improvement i oi seats
M Uertcares 24 Radio TV Service
U Money Wanted 25 Appliance Fmrnlturo I 62 Rambler, 4-door-automatic transmission

1 __ .II New 1964 GMC Pickups radio heater clean . . .Z $1. 95
Discounted to $500
76 Airplane Sales-Rentals 17 Mobil. Homes for Sale up II 61 Rambler American 4-door, radio, heater,

I clean . . . ...-.-... . .'. $995
$ 5-64 Fords 62 ford
OR renew your old certificate? Only 3 left SAVE at CLOSE-OUT to S1.500 PRICES 61 Rambler, 6-cyl, 4-door. air condition.automatic -

IS Join H.P.our with Piper starter J-3 flying and gener club. BANK FINANCINGNEW Galaxie "500". 4 door sedan. 2 door hardtop Galaxle "500" 4 door sedan. Automatic transmission trans., radio, a real buy . ... $1195 I
ator. No hand cranking. Recorded 10' wide mobile homes A 4 door hardtop power,steering power brakes. radio, heater a cream puff. 1-owner. II -
scheduling for each pilot. Town & Country Trailer Sales $5611 I II Automatic transmission. radio. heater, 4-5000 $1895 60 Falcon -2-door. new set of WW tires-$795
Very small fee to loin. For complete 3860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 22290. Month miles. Priced to save you money.
details. call FR 2-4351 I 60 Chevrolet 9 passeng 'r.station wagon, auto-
1964 MOBILE HOMES 8-63 Fords 62 Corvair matic transmission power steering and

2 Plans.and Terms 3 bedrooms.tailored all to Floor meet Including: License tag, state sales tax, life 4 door hardtop. 4 door sedan & one convertible. Monza Spyder 4-speed transmission bucket il brakes . . . . . $1295 -
77 Mobil Homes for Sale your budget. Drive a little and insurance, and finance charges. All engine. A real Mf....
save a lot at $2j9tt$2495f'I! :

WYATTTrailer- S Miles North Home on Sales.U. S.Inc.441 Tropical PontiacCMC I 59 Mercury . . .;. . .. $845

Closed Phone SundaysCleanest 622-8144 6-63 Chevrolets 55 Ford I I 59 Buick Sta. Wagon .. . ._' ."$.895
: Trailer Sales
. Truck Center 2 door hardtops 4 door hardtops. 4 door seConvertible., good top finished in bright red. .
. . $225
Home of dans some with air conditioning all with A real fine older car in good condition. Save 56 Cadillac . : :
Pacemaker Mobile Homes CarsIn 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 22583Haven't power steering radio heater, automatic transyourself a lot of money on this one at only I
Shasta and Airstream mission priced from $ 60 Chevrolet Sta. Wagon . . $895 I

Ocala's Travel First Trailers Mobile Homo TheCounty 2495 to $2695 495 I (
Dealer Since 194
1923 Silver Springs Blvd. 59 Chevrolet I 59 Ford 9 passenger Station Wagon air condition 1

Phone Ocala 429-1351 Fla. 3Fiat Bel.Alrdr.. hardtop. Compare this price any. automatic transmission, radio,
You Heard? where In northcentra! Florida and come
TWO bedroom house trailer, (900. 59 FORD 1100" 4 door sedans priced from to Barkley Motors. you'll. heater . . . . . . .$895
one bedroom house trailer $750.
Can' be rented. Phone 3764234 Custom V-t standard trans 1295 $895 59 Plymouth 9'passenger Sta. Wagon, auto-
Monday to Friday 9 to S. mission. 41,000 actual miles.
1-owner, like new condition. matic transmission radio heater, power

FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES $845, 1964 RAMBLER 62 Olds 57 Ford steering, power brakes . . -$795

Station V4 standard transmission
ill South Wagon engine ,
4320 NW 13th St. -
I Gainesville 372.5113 59 CHEVROLET "98" 4 door hardtop. Fully equipped Including! a good dependable carl Excellent economy DOWN PAYMENT!
i Hours a to 8. Sunday 11 to 7 (2) Impala 4-door hardtops. air conditioning. A like new one owner cream and comfort for the family on that summer NO
Both In excellent condi
Is with cars Lowest-Priced American-Built puff. Priced at only vacation trip.
Service a must us. tion. One has brand new set The car. I
1962 PACEMAKER, 10 x 45'. In of No. 1 Silver-tone tires. $2695 $695 I 2 Vz months before YOUR first payment is due (July

excellent be financed condition.locally. $3895.Please Can call $1095, $1195 Delivered at Ridgway Motor Co. for 2. 1964) These cars are completely reconditioned. Some
have new paint jobs. Some have brand new tires. Everyone
FR 2-137 between 3 and I p.m.
I 56 CHEVROLET Test the Sunbeam "Imp" of them is ready to 90. .
40MODELS Belatre 4-door, automatic V-8 only:
radio heater, power steering e 16 Unique Sports Car features Barkley 57 Ford 4-dr. $34 Mon. 53 Chev. 2dr. $12 Mon.

2-tone power paint.brakes,Clean.white wall tires. Racing style engine 57 Ply. 2-dr. $31 Mon. 58 Rambler $32 Mon.

ON FROM DISPLAY LOWEST TO CHOOSE PRICES $645 $ 00 40 Miles per gallon of gasoline 57 Stud. Wag. $24 Mon. 58 Chev. 4-dr. $15 Mon.

SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. 1763 O 5,000 mile service interval 57 Ford Wag. $24 Mon. 55 Metro $24. Mon.
55 Chev. 2-dr. $31 Mon.
4 Hwy. 17. Phone 328-1050 hardtop. 2-tone paint
OPEN WEEKDAYS Powergllde brand new set of S1495
wall tires. little Lots of Other Models for Less Money!
UNTIL 9 p.m. car.white Sharp PLUS TAX TAG &TITLE "In the Auto Game

SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 Berkley's the Name"
EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA Top Trade-in Allowance P.O.E. RIDGWAY Motor Co.
1960 AMERICAN, 10 X 46', 1 BR.rfront SPECIAL OPEN SUNDAY 1-6
kitchen. lot 29, Hickory
HilL Call 3723155. THIS WEEK ONLY Easiest Possible Terms.
2201 H. Main St. FR 2-4373
WE BUY 56 OLDSMOBILE t 1132 South Main FR 2-8433 J
Holiday 4-door hardtop. Automatic I.
USED MOBILE HOMESTop ----- ------ -- ----
radio heater power Rambler is -j1
dollar paid, phone 376-0571. steering and brakes, black and Your Hew
I WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS white. black and i white. in ,

4920 Buns NW Mobile 13 St Homes Inc 3744361 terior. $445 Waiting for You at:

35 x 10' Mobile home excellent ALL ROADS LEAD TO.
I buy. TV antenna air conditioner, .
covered patio. See or cell. Lot 1 RaulersonMotors
i 2720 6-2848.S.W. Archer Rd. Phone FRt Ridgway Motors .

i GIGANTIC2nd 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD 1132 S. Main St. FR 2.8433 SHAW & KEETER's

Annual 372-5285 4 -
Home of A-l Used Cras .


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this Fantastic Sale you .
can buy a huge 50 x 10 ft. 2 the Year" f:

AIR Bdrm. mobile CONDITIONED home. '


THE beautiful Homemaker
model by American.with. X Bdrm. Sole
10 t\. __(.cS.,. ',
ONLY $1.981 53 'IWJ, .t", K.tmann -
Pay Just Ghia coupe air conditioned : I.
Blaupunkt radio. : ,
$11 WeekAnd white walls, immaculate ,' I
a condition. Beautiful dark Archer 4
you get on the spot bank brown exterior with .
rate financing low down pay- matching coffee-colored '64 Comet
ments. I leatherette interior. h

Shop to the music of $2295

roof sedan. Pearl white. : "I s
Bendix radio. Whitewalls. "CUSTOMLIMITED" _
:THIS WEEKEND! Excellent condition S1 195 I
Jacksonville Coral red. Radio, fully reconditioned .

Trailer Mart $695 BRAND NEW : Self Adjusting .

3618 PHILLIPS HWY.Phone 61 VOLKSWAGEN, Station 1964 FALCON Brakes
359-252 wagon three full i I

5887 Roosevelt Blvd. seats. Very clean-y--$1395. .w tOur .e 6,000-mile. Oil, .
Phone 388-3544
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Brown .

MAN LONESTAR with 10 BIG H.P. FISHER-Johnson Miller USED I Oil FilterO

motor. Excellent condition. o O Cleaner
Leaving: town. Cash talks. Ask 1030E. CARS newest--complete with: Whitewalls Deluxe wheel
for Mr. Turner Cedar Key Univ. Ave. metal i i
Trailer Park. Call 2901. covers Polar White exterior with bright trim
FR 2-3582 -Red crush-vinyl interior trim *Neater Red. carpets
The same engineering know-how that won Comet the
World's Durability' Championship at Daytonawherefour $
specially equipped Comets ran 100,000 miles eachat SPECIAL 1789
speeds topping 105 mph! Top trades at the "Homeof
20' HOLIDAY CRUISERFully Champions".

equipped with directional radio finder, Yours for

depth finder, ship-shore radio, -2 Mark 35s SEE 'THE UNEXPECTED FROM FORD" DELIVERED.

I total 50 h.p. Mercs., flying bridge with 52437" *: I IN

canvass full back top, toilet facilities i! MUSTANG NOW ON DISPLAY GAINESVILLE

aboard. Anchor, anchor ropes, running 2181COME .

lights, has converter for 1.10. Port motor "Satisfied Customers Our Most :Important Ass t.'.'

has generator.



SUNDAY, MAY 1ST '64 MERCURY & COMET during this sale

Between 2 P.M. & 6 P.M. I 1I

for demonstration purposes. CRANE Lincoln Mercury I OPEN TIL 9 p.m.. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY'

Any further details call: i 238 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHONE FR 6.5371 I

l' FH 2.0486 FR 6-6957 506 L UNIVERSITY AVC. FR 2.4251 Ii

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63 CADILLACSedan \,M

DOWNS n De Ville. Factory air. Au- M KEETER a
tronie eye. 4 window hardtop _. SAVE $300-$500 NOW!
sedan. White with deluxe De $4995
,t Ville Interior. Low mileage. One I
NO"free owner. 63 FORD

62 CADILLACSedan. G' radio
atatrOPoeS: steering, ,
Factory air. fully equipped. Cruise-O-Matic white walls. $
$3495 attractive solid blue finish
II gifts"NO Very nice, with matching blue in- 2195
terior. For this sale reduced -
North Central
to only: :
Sedan De Vllle. Factory air 6 win- ,
I dow hardtop sedan. Beautiful light $ i. Galaxie 500 XL 4-dr.
M Florida's
p I green interior. Sold & serviced by 2995 i-\ Bucket seats, Cruise-O-
e B & G. 35,000 miles.. Will pass Matic '
I the most critical 1 transmission power 2845
examination. b;: steering, radio heater solid
t white finish. White wall
4CAMPAIGNS I 60 CADILLACSedan \i tires. A real good buy at NUMBER

M De Ville. Factory air, full :: 62 FORD i'ift
power autronic eye. distinctive S2595 :t
ebony. Interior immaculate. 33.- t : Fairlane 500, 4-door. .'
000 actual miles. Air conditioned, radio !I INDEPENDENTDEALER

JUST 60 CADILLACSedan :K heater transmission Ford-O-Matic white wall $15 9 5 :d'

.. *.. tires. Solid white finish ,,ti
air conditioner beautiful with beautiful blue in
',. $2 495 terior. '
GOOD;HONEST blue. 62 FORD ; Ranchero pickup. for economy and Convertible automatic transmission
convenience. power steering factory air Sharp.

'- DEALS'ON 60 CADILLACHardtop I 4Jr.. Galaxie 500. WAS $1195 SAVE $300 WAS $4195 SAVE $500

Y. : CONDITIONED.Matlc transmission ruIS, 1 Now $895 Now $3695
.. I + dio Ing, heater whit,wall power tires i1745 .
sedan. White, *1995
Dower I
I very pretty tutone fin
I :1't' t with white over : >Q
: ,
I A real special atonly 63 CHEVROLET 62 CORVAIR

,- .- i I.I -63 OLDS 98 : Bel-Air 6-passenger station wagon. Monza automatic transmission, radio -
Very:clean condition, automatic trans- heater
Automobiles Sed".n. mission, power steering, radio and
Factory air, fully equipped, heater. WAS $1795 SAVE $200

-. White a rC41 'beauty.steering $3495 a r; I WAS $2895 SAVE $500 Now1595 -
Now $2395
62 OLDS 88 i
i 63 BUICK 55 FORD
Electra "22$ 4 door sedan factory
'.irjj>owjfr. steering power Hardtop sedan, factory air, power 57 WILLYSdr. sedan.
fcrfkts. radio heater automatic : & brake, electric seat. S2495
transroJsslon, beige out- Two tone blue with blue vinyf Station wagon, radio, heater and tuWAS 55295 SAVE $200
aide and In. Plenty of room.
$3695 upholstery. WeekendSpecials WASi$595 SAVE .$200 Now $95

rI i Now $395
'63. BUICKSpecial r ) Iusm < 62 CORVAIR

v... automatic Deluxe 4 transmission.door sedan 59 CADI'LLAC' Monza, 2dr. coupe. 4-speed. radio,
; .
beige finish. Plenty of factory I I II heater a very clean automobile.Fleetwood
warranty$2195 left. 1 Year GW Warranty air'4-dr.conditioning.fully equipped inWAS $1795 SAVE $200

WAS $2195 SAVE $400 Now $595
60 OLDSSuper I II

Vinyl'63 Interior.Volkswagen AIR CONDI 88 sedan, solid, dependable. $ I 61 FALCON -Now $1795 63 FORD
TIONED. YCMJ must see It to 495
believe It. Power steering. 62 CHEVROLET Convertible, like new. Automatic!
$1695 2-dr. Sport Coupe. Equipped with bucket transmission power steering radio,
shift, radio, heater, sharp Bel-Air 2 dr.. 6-cyIinder standard heater.
seats straight a
59 OLDSSuper I 895 I, t transmission radio heater white wall WAS $2995 SAVE S00
e F light green finish. Good white wall tires. : tires.
'62 CHEVROLET .88 hardtop sedan. Factory WAS $1895 SAVE $400 Now $695
Impala 2 door Super Spert. air power steering, electric windows $1195
t air Full, bucket power seats Including center factory console '& seat. One owner. Sold 61FORD4dr. I Now *1495
15.000 slow miles. Teal i & .serviced by B & G 61 MERCURY
blue with i white top. I
$2495 ;I 60 BUICK Fairlane 500 equipped with V-8 engine 56 FORD Station wagon tiki+ new automatic
1 radio, heater, Ford-0-Matic trans I : transmission power steering, radio
I Invicta hardtop sedan. Dark blue. $945 Fairlane I 4-dr. sedan. Automatictransmission heater.
j I : 1195 I mission, a very sharp light blue finish. I radio heater. Clean.
W/S SAVE $300
JAGUAR $1995
62 I Exceptionally clean Compare this price anywhere. WAS $595 SAVE $100Now.395
XKE'2 door hardtop model. a I tf I I
In the floor and full of g Now $1695

$3895 .. 63 CHEVROLET i 60 CHEVROLET ,
i .- Impala sedan. '13.000 mila .JIn, S .FORD
FALCON factory warranty. Economical 6 2195 4:dr. Bel-Ail, 6-cylinder, radio, heater. An '" 62 CHEVROLET ,. H.a
62 -
I '
with auto. trans. A real $ 2dr. hardtoo. Radio, heater:
deluxe series. beapry. attractive tutone blue finish. A fine car 995 Impala 4-dr. hardtop. Automatic
Automatic Station Wagon transmission. Radio r at a reduced price. t transmission, power steering, radio, WAS $295 SAVE $150

heater very$1495 clean. 60 CORVAIR I WAS $2295 SAVE $300 Now $145

Sedan, radio, heater standard Now *1995
.a. 695 60 I
'61 BUICK shift, folding rear seat. It 64 FORD

Elirtra 225 Riviere 4 doorhar'JftOPo 4-dr. with Country sedan 9-passenger wagon,
Including Equipped 6-cylinder engine 63 CHEVROLET

,automatic fully jejrtsmlsston Wered red 59 IMPALAHardtop dio, heater, standard shift automatic transmission, radio heater.
windows. ra$7 9 5 ,
w power power Impala 4dr. hardtop automatic WAS $3495 SAVE $400
seats power vent panes. Very attractive solid white finish. Come transmission, power steering, radio
sedan, V-8, auto. trans.,
;: $2295 5995 and save on this one! I II II heater. ; Now 53095
r- power steering. WAS $2995 SAVE $400
r.'... II I
'Z'Elect 60 BUICK 63 FALCON Now $2595 63 CHEVROLET

a,225 4 door hardtop SATISFACTION GUARANTEED radio, heater,
with'blr power steering. power Impala convertible automatic -
extra clean. 35.000 actual Station Low TF ft 58 FORD transmission 9,000 miTes-
brakes. miles. solid whit. wagon. mileage clean. $* F ON-THE-SPOT like new.WAS .

,.r' $1495 Stick shift. I / JT J 6% FINANCING Ranch wagon. Automatic, transmission $2995 SAVE $300
'.. ON ALL USED power steering radio heater.
.;. 61 FORD CARS! WAS $795 SAVE $300 Now $2695

l ::*60 BUICK Now $495
4 door i sedan full power Including Galaxie,
hardtop secfen. 12-MONTH
/ air. Turquoise With Factory S JJ 63 VALIANT
wfllE 1oP. air, .power SERVICE PLAN
I steering. S FALCON
$1395j I y 63 Signet 200 convertible, white with
a 4 LOW DOWN red interior, bucket seats, radio,
I Cq 2-dr. sedan. Like new with heater. heater, standard transmission.
"-' BUICK I WAS $1795 SAVE $300 WAS $2395 SAVE $300

/ Ways,. Power steering right lutomaI powerbcswdloneJust for- 1 Pioneer station wagon power S1395 Now $1495 Now 52095

I vacation. steering. Solid. Extra nice.
a summer
2-dr. hardtop Impala, automatic
,11 Monza coupe 4-speed, radio, heater
transmission power steering radio ?
=' BUICK ,. Yorker, \4 4-dr. wagon. Fully equipped i including pow- and heater.: like new.WAS .
59 .h r'automatlc ....hardtop coupe. Fac- m DaV erglide transmission, radio, heater. Beautiful WAS $2295 SAVE $300 $2095 SAVE $200
4 :& J 845
...ara>SmJssIon. Rose gory air..Joa a with"extras. White. | | jj& tutone light green and dark green
ml U with whit* top. $1995 Now 51895
-. finish,-Better hurry on this one. Now
-$825-- : =
r. 58

t hardtop sedan. Air S i 59 MERCURY 60' E. FORD'S9- CHEVROLET

J39 MERCURY 895 Anglia 2-dr. sedan, heater 4-speed EI- -Camino pickup, radio heater 6-
4 floor hardtop radrtSfljitfc power.. steering Heater eond. 2-dr. hardtop. Equipped with power steering transmission, a very clean car. cylinder standard transmission.
t poker' .transmission.ENODOWN- power brakes, power windows, radio, WAS $795 SAVE $200 WAS $1095 SAVE $200

rr $695: 58 LINCOLN heater, Merco-Matic transmission, plus air $1 1045 Now ?595 Now 5895

,, conditioning too! White wall tires. A sharp
\ Capri hardtop coupe. In
., lent condttion. A excel-$745, I solid white finish. Now only:

'. PAYMENTPer 3 Reasons To Buy At Gainesville Auto Sales
I = Month :: 62 PONTIAC
J I loaded 32 1. Low or no down payment .
.. l'5t.P1rrnouth Econoline Bus. Equipped with radio, heater.
DlviUe hardtop sedan, factory 01
... $11' aiv- 57=0od9, 2 door stery. campers' dream. See this one now!
.hardtop ...... $11 3. Save $200 to $600 on the total price .

5t3Ch: vrol t Station LOOK AT THESE LOWER PRICE

56 Wagon:>B.ick ....... $21$34_ HIGH VALUE CARS 57 FORD2dr. GAINESVILLE AUTO SALESOPEN

5'014.- ...... $20 Fairlane V-8 engine Ford-O-Matic
56 Cadillac $100 55 Olds .. $150 $
transmission, radio i heater. Beautiful H
.. 34 '
$ 295
59. 55 Cadillac Olds . .
$200 56 $295 TIL 9 Across from the Shopping Center
bronze and tan finish. See and Save at
58 Olds $395 55 Chevy $150
i MiT; I 57 Olds sedan $395 I 154 Chevy .. .. $50 only:


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r I 238 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. [ .
MAIN : 'Iii 0 iS
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CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE PHONE 372-0503 ------- ----
'6 7511 NEW CARS: 115 SE 2nd St; . FR 6-7515 WE SELL TO SELL AGAIN PHONE 372-6313,
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24Gainesville Suafrriooy, May i, iyI

j Western Fears Grow .. I'M TICKLED


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i BRAZZAVILLE, Congo Re- country is its strategic location 1 Color Me Pink! I
public (AP-The governmentof and closeness to the Leopold-
this former French colony is vile Congo. It serves as major You'll be Tickled with
center. Its rail and I
to the left, caus- transport MATHEWS !
turning sharply
j river traffic supplies the nearby BEDDING or CARPETING :
Ing Western fears that Commu-I Central African Republic and :
nist penetration may follow. 'Chad, and handles the export of From:
I *
The United States, not so long,manganese from-Gabon. ,'
ego considered a friend, is regarded -i The government's Marxist I II JJ } -; HEAVY VOTE AREAS ENDORSE :
with suspicion and frequently -I tone is given mainly by Premier C i ; A. D.Chambless.
Pascal Lissouba, Com- Jr.
with hostility. I merce Minister Aime Matsika, i I MATHEWS ON BASIS OF RECORD ..
President Alphonse Massem- Foreign Minister Charles David & rAND

ba-Debat, hoisted to power last Ganao, and the health and 818 W. University Are. FR 2-0441 I I
education minister, Bernard QUALIFICATIONS. .
August by a revolt of the labor ? .
Galiba. *
unions. Insists he wants to lead I f '
.. ;
the country toward "positive I _
neutralism" in "peaceful revolution i I
: ;
Cabinet Y*;)ur Vote and Active ; ;: :: '
A group of Marxist .
I members is giving the regime'I I Support for RE-ELECTION MATHEWS BEST CHOICE FOR GOVERNOR ._, :. -- -: --. I
!I en increasingly pro-Eastern l Florida needs John f MatHe and ;:J p ;Jt :: J;; .i
t td"
'}l.as2ta-ha L 2 taZi of : c"FrSr na'l1l1q canmaa.e fac G1 c e cctac act t ) 5' ,' r .

;-mt 5 his 5>> A;tf1, 'p1JD'21J Sy '

is leaning Restless being organizations swept youths wtfi- of tfie are Marxist-curr form-tf.j)! Claude M. (Red) FranksAs : ST. PETERSBURG TIMES: :

ing revolutionary committees' .. .
throughout the country. Anti-\ MATHEWS FOR GOVERNOR -

white feeling rises and falls I The Times strongly endorses Mathews for these reasons: Mathewswill

periodically, creating tension County Assessor of Taxes be a more effective Governor than any of the other candidates.
and fear among 8,000 Frenchmen -I Mathews has the best record of accomplishments valuable to Flor-

Alachua County ida. Mathews is the most' knowledgeable candidate on Florida prob-

French investments have *'...,"'* ? lems and ways to solve them. Mathews has conducted the most

dropped reluctant sharply to replenish and stores stocks.are I forthright campaign. Mathews is a poUt.ical"doer", not a "promiser".

Everyone remembers the pan-
icky exous of Belgians from I IS A VOTE FOR:

Leopoldville across the Congo TAMPA TRIBUNE: i
River nearly four years ago.
I A 49-year-old family man, a veteran, taxpayer; 29 years, 5 months j .. "-
French officials count mainlyon OUR OWN CHOICE, After long consideration of:the-men.annd their
the fact that this land of and 13 days of courteous, dependable, efficient and friendly
800,000 people needs France to records, is Senator Mathews Senator,Mathews'' public. record and
keep going. service to Alachua County; one who vigorously defends the integrity his personal history lead us to believe that he would I ,' as- Governor

But French diplomats admit'' of his office and believes that the assessor's office is a ''i give Florida the leadership its problems demand and its opportunities -
that in Africa economic reasons I deserve.
do not always halt political' completely public office to be operated by the assessor.

recklessness. I THE MIAMI HERALD 'r
Many Congo Republic officials :
boycott American diplomats.I FAITHFUL SERVICE

The United States has been the .. .
object of sharp official and I ENDORSED JOHN E. MATHEWS FOR GOVERNOR :-:-

press attacks. .I HONEST ADMINISTRATION in its issue of April 15, 1964. ....
One of the main values of this I "

Church to Hold COMPLETE ADHERENCE to a policy of t ;
The Clearwater Sun, Sarasota Herald Tribune, Miami Sun, :' .. F-
Gospel SingA SOUND CONSERVATIVE EQUALIZED Hialea Home News, Calhoun County Record, Washington. ',.County News. .:,-:.;j
Gospel Sing will be held ....--...
tomorrow night at 7:30 at the -
Centenary Methodist Church, PROPERTY VALUES. *
1400 E. Univ. Ave. The Way-
makers Quartet of Keystone
Heights will participate, and
the sing is free and open to the (Paid Advertisement)'


Please Vote ForROBT. ,

A. "Buzzy J Y e t I: IS FOR MATHEWS!



OUR 1iffi : : .

Senator Mathews wrote the constitutional amendment for University

construction and steered it to passage through the Legislature. This

Public DefenderALACHUA A b amendment passed overwhelmingly by the peoye-Alachua County
voted 7 to 1. This one amendment will mean approximately $15-

6f 2 000,000.00 in new buildengs at_the University of Florida. I

Senator Mathews has served ana still
serves as Chairman of the leg-
and UNION COUNTIES ((8th Judicial Circuit) ,
islative Council Committee on HIGHER EDUCATION and knows
more about the problems.and their solution than any other candidate.

Dear Friends

I have given: full time, six days per week, in SUNLAND TRAINING CENTER

FAMILY BACKGROUND: this high and important work. I have attended : t

every session of the-Court in each county where
Born in Gainesville, lifelong resident of my services have been needed. The Court calendar 1- Senator Mathews sponsored and steered to passage in_the; Legislaturebills
Alachua and Bradford Counties; son of in each strengthening the programs at Sunland Training:; Center.
county insofar as cases .
former Congressman Lex Green and the my are .. -
former Lucile Harris of Gainesville; mar- concerned is current. In handling over 170 d' .
fled to the former Saundra Jones daughter -
of Tyler Jones of Starke; tether of felony I case .I I. unusual experiencein :

Kathy. and Melanie 2. Court ana jury trials. I have protected the PUBLIC SCHOOLS- \. f(

rights and interests of each indigent defendant .

GRADUATED FROM, to the very best of my ability. As to my maturity, Senator Mathews has always supported the public'schools financiallyand

Bradford High School received competence, experience and record, I refer you in every other way. He fought successfully to keep from closingour
County ;
degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bach t a the officers of_ the Court of h. circuit.. public schools during the threats of 1957. .
elor of Laws from University of Flori- I stand upon my record of service. I appreciate
da. Member of Florida Bar.
this important office and shall continue to give -

it my full time and all I have. THERE IS NO ALACHUA COUNTY AND ALLfLORIDAf

Baptist Church; Masonic Lodge Loyal I QUALIFIED-r;
Order of Moose; Rotary Club; Jaycees; I will continue to serve the Gainesville area
Chamber of Commerce: Kappa Sigma from office located in Afachua Court-
Frat; Delta Theta Phi Law Frat; U of County
F. Alumni, Assoc.; Fla. Bar Assoc.; 8th house. MAN FOR GOVERNOR
Jud. Cir. Bar Assoc; American Bar As-
soc.; Fla. Public Defender Assoc.; Nat. Sincerely, your friend
Legal Aid and Defender Assoc.; N. Fla. :
Chapt. of the Fla. Council on Crime Cr ,
Delinquency. a S 'r '
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Your present Public Defender mam.tains
offices in the Courthouse m Gaines VOTE .
GREEN .6sTrf
ville and in Starke for best service= to I
entire circuit. He has as ycur Public ____ .
Defender efefctively handle over 170 9r"'Jk.
criminal cases since the office was treated MATHEWS
July, 1963. His record is open to -
you. Has gained most valuable experience ON MAY 5TH
all necessary in this important office. He ,
knows the duties and responsibilities of Qualified Worthy __ EnergeticIndustrious _
the office and has been commended by _
the Governor for his service. THERE IS Honest

LEVER 13APd. best qualified for Governor

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