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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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88th Year, No. 206 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1964 ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDATBOMS

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DriveGENEVA JEAN CARVERSun tions are enforced in other university son's age together with a sign

Staff Writer towns noting that Talla- ed check or affidavit that includes -

hassee will not allow home de his signature but the sys-
The man who led the wet-dry
liveries. tem would not be feasible to in-
(AP) France today fight last night asked the Gaines-
"Help us not through stall the
truck.
go a on delivery
demanded the admission of ville City Commission to ban
mess two years from now to The commission referred the
Communist China home deliveries before liquor
to the United
x make the county dry again. recommendation by Pozin to
licenses issued here.
Nations are
World Health
Organiza "We must protect those who City Manager Bill Green and
"Stop it right now before the still want the Poz-
tion.The county dry, City Attorney Osee Fagan.
French announcement on licenses are issued, UniversityInn in commented, noting the num- Fagan noted that he doubtedif

the opening day of the annual owner Nat Pozin asked the ber of opponents the successful Gainesville could use Talla-

WHO assembly idicated that commission.He wet-dry issue had last September. hassee's ordinance as an exam-

' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Taylor, right, get the full benefit of gubernatorial candidate France will take a similar posi- noted that unless some con- ple since the city's liquor regu-

1 Scott Kelly's campaigning at last night's fish fry at Citizens Field. With Kelly, cen- tion in the U.N. General As- trols are established on liquor He said he had discussed the lations are based on special legislation -

ter, is one of his Alachua County campaign co-chairmen, Jack Williams, left. (Sun sembly and in all organizations deliveries, license holders will problem with State Beverage approved by the state

photo by Tommy Lewis.) affiliated with the United Na- run the risk of unknowingly sell- Department officials in Ocala legislature.

tions. ing liquor to minors. and Tallahassee and "t hey Commissioner Dr. Edwin An-

French delegate Eugene Au- "As it it today, we have a dif- can't say what is proper identi drews said he thought Pozin's

Kelly Vows Vast City Voter jaleu made the announcementas ficult time controlling sales to fication." suggestion was an excellent

the assembly debated a SovIet minors," Pozin explained. "It Pozin said a system can be idea.

Total Now proposal to recognize the is hard to get proper identification used on the premises where a "Obviously we don't want mi-

F Peking regime as the rightful for on-premises sales." camera device records the iden- nors buying liquor," Andrews

Industrial GainsPledging representative of China in the Pozin said delivery prohibi- tification card verifying a per- said.

At 16,184The 110-member health organization.It .

was the first time any

that his administration tor frpm Lakeland, whose wife number of registered vot- major international body has Mortgages Ruled ForgeriesIn

would bring an industrial revolution accompanied him here, said edu- ers in Gainesville now totals faced a challenge to the Chinese
to Florida, gubernatorial cation and employment are a Nationalist delegation since
16,184, Registration SupervisorMrs.
candidate Scott Kelly aid key solution to the civil rights France recognized Red Chinaon
Alma Bethea has
last night he intended to "hardsell" question."It announc- Jan. 28. Home Repair Deal HereBy

the state. (civil rights) can't be solved ed.She Every WHO assembly since
that the
He spoke to a crowd of more with legislation," Kelly said. reported purgeof the Communists took over the -

than 1,000 over hush puppies, "We need to move people from the voters list that was just Chinese mainland in 1949 has HAROLD RUMMEL ed the property that he had the earlier because the court

fish and grits at Citizens Field the picket lines to the payroll completed from removed 1,087 names opened with a demand by the San Staff Writer house built or that he had taken couldn't find him.A .

late yesterday. The fish fry was lines." the registration rolls. Soviet bloc and neutralist Afri- Two mortgages taken here in title in their joint names until decision also went againsta

sponsored by his local cam- He emphasized the need for The registration list must be can-Asian countries that Red 1960 by a St. Petersburg home sometime after the house was second mortgagee.The .

paign committee."I vocational education from jun- updated every two years to com- China replace Nationalist China repair firm have been declared completed," Murphree states in mortgage involved directly -
the Florida ply with state law.
intend
to bring ior and high school levels in the organization.The "forgeries" by Circuit Judge his order invalidating the mort- ) in the case here was for $3-

Development Commission out through junior colleges and col Registration books for city proposal invariably har John A. H. Murphree who or- gages. 500. It was held by Paul Startz-
1 of the clouds and selfglorification voters are closed now but will been la majority dered them stricken.
leges. rejected by man who was suing to forecloseon
stage." Kelly said. "There be from March 23 to April But Murphree stated also "It
open
"This state will be destinedfor which accepted the Western They totaled $5,900 and were it.
will be people who are on a first Bethea said. is obvious that James Julian
4, Mrs.
mediocrity if the next admin- argument that WHO should taken by Award Homes Inc. in A second mortgage also orig-
name basis with the heads of in- was a party to the fraud in the
istration is not dedicated to at- The county registration books take no such political decision June 1960.Award inally made by Award Homes
dustry. tracting more industry and will close April 4 for the May independently of the U.N. Gen- Homes was a sister operation execution of the note and"mort- was for a sum of $2,490. It was

Kelly said the developmentshould Florida employment in the state," Kel- Democratic primary. eral Assembly. to Florida Homecraft of gage named in this suit. held by Edwin W. and Marie C.
be used sell ,
to
ly noted. Registration books will then France has always supportedthis St. Petersburg. The signaturesof A decree was entered against Ferrell. The Ferrell's, becauseSee
"not be a political dumping
He also pledged the repeal of remain closed until June after Western position. The Homecraft officers appear as James interest in the property ( REPAIRS on Page 2)GODSCHALK )
ground. switch of sides failed witnesses to the
the second primary. French forged mort
the
The 37-year-old state sena- motor vehicle tax passed by
to the traditional .
however upset gages.In
the last session of the legisla-
Western majority. The Com- his order invalidating the
ture. Wilson Seeks
ExBankCashier munist challenge to the Chinese two Award mortgages Feb. 28,
Stronger Introduced by attorney Joe Nationalist delegation was re- Murphree stated flatly that the

Jenkins Jr., Kelly spoke at the jected by 51 votes to 21, with 2 signature of Mrs. Cleo Julian
fish fry after being met by a motorcade DiesCharles had Turlington'sHouse
Animal abstentions. France voted to been forged to the docu
at the Gainesville Air support the challenge, togetherwith ments. He based it on testimonyby

port and opening his county R. Thomas, 63, retir- the Soviet Bloc and the a handwriting expert. SeatTALLAHASSEE Rt
Law headquarters at University Ave- ed cashier of the Citizens Bankof neutralists. "The defendant Cleo Julian { b !
UrgedGainesville nue and 13th Street (the old Pi
had been Florida
Gainesville, died this morn- Aujaleu's statement left a never to before
Kappa Phi fraternity house.) ing at a motel in Bainbridge number of questions unan- the final hearing Jan. 22, 1964. State Rep.
City Commissioners Jenkins termed Kelly a "dyn Georgia.His swered. It did not explain "She did not know that James Ralph Turlington of A I a c hua ,a,.
reconsidered last night and amic conservative who will lead Julian County drew unexpected oppos- o
France her and
whether wants the ( estranged un-
voted 4-1 to have the city attor- our state to greatness." wife was with him at the pres- locatable husband had ition this morning when Richard
ent Chinese Nationalist delega- ) purchas- 6 i4
amend the animal control time of his death. Wilson y %
ney Kelly's campaign visit also tion replaced, or whether it J. Gainesville attorney -
ordinance to strengthen its pow- drew a group of local candidates Mr. and Mrs. Thomas were wants Red China admitted in qualified as a candidatefor p '5

ers. to the three-hour fish fry. in Bainbridge to attend memor- addition. Storm HitsSouthwest the office. '. f

Commissioner Alan Sutherland Among the candidates were ial services last Sunday in Cairo Turlington qualified earlier

dissented, claiming the action Tax Assessor Pierce Smith, for Mr. Thomas' niece Mary for his eighth term. 4 ,;- J r I

was "just patching things up." County Commissioners Sid Mar- Ann Thomas, 21, of Hapeville, Not Too Old Wilson barely squeezed in

"This is grossly inadequateand tin, Jack Durrance and Claude Georgia, who was a stewardesson under the noon deadline.Simultaneously .

just increases the poundfee Brandon County Judge H. H. the Eastern Air Lines jet LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSA his campaign

," Sutherland protested.Last McDonald, County Clerk J. B. that crashed in Lake Pontchar- Here's how to beat the high potent storm rumbled treasurer Mrs. Dorothy Zetrouer -

night's action came up Carmichael, Circuit Judge J. train Feb. 25. cost of higher education: age. through the Southwest today, released a statement in the
Commissioner Howard Mc- C. Adkins Jr., and sheriff candi- He was with Citizens Bank Persons over 65 soon will be plaguing a seven-state area with office of Circuit Court Clerk
when date Bob Jordan. from its opening in 1947 and permitted to enroll without cost James B. Carmichael. She said
said he had throught snow, plummeting temperaturesand
Kinney Jack Williams and Bob Saun- held the office of cashier upon in any regular course at the winds. Wilson was in Tallahassee qual-
to strong
week's failure
about last modi-pass ders were in charge of the fish his retirement May 15 of last University of Kentucky or its ifying with the Secretary of New PlanDirector
either a leash law or a The U.S. Weather Bureau is-
fied ordinance to strengthen ex- fry. year. community colleges. sued hazardous conditions for State.

isting regulations. motorists and stockmen.In Citing the rapid growth of
Alachua County Wilson said the
"Since the leash law didn't the Southeast, another
coming years will require a David Godschalk, Gaines
I want to change my vote storm zipped along the Atlantic
pass to. 'aye' on the modified ordi- AWOL Marine Confesses Coast soaking the area from .. strong voice from Alachua ville's new planning director,
County in the State Legislature."We .
nance," McKinney said. northwestern Florida to the Car- was introduced at last night'sCity
cannot afford to have
Commission meeting after
olinas with drenching rain.
and Commissioner Edwin
He anyone represent us who does his first day on the job. The
Andrews asked the commissionto The southwestern storm hit not speak for every citizen in new position was created as

week.reconsider its action last Ax-Killing of Parents, SisterEileen portions, Colorado of Utah,, Arizona New Mexico, Wyoming this county.See part of the.,revamping of the

( WILSON on Page 2)) planning department.
The commission referred the Nebraska and Kansas.

amended ordinance recommen- BOYNTON BEACH (AP) A "I don't know" Gambrill re 46, and their daughter, Tucson, Ariz., received a 2-

dations to the city attorney to 19-year-old AWOL Marine sat plied. Anna Belle, 13. The youth also inch snowfall in two hours Mon I

bring back to the board next crying in his jail cell today after Hamilton said Gambrill was charged in a federal war- day night, where the E wfall 'Calories Don't Count' Book

week.In admitting the ax-killing of his seemed "shaken up." rant with unlawful flight to escape annually averages 1.1 inches. It

commis- father, mother and sister in Decatur prosecution.May was the first measurable snow-
other action the Hamilton said Gambrill told Grand I
fall since 1958. Some of Investigated by Jury
sion referred objections to the 111.Michael. him he had been absent without said Gambrill was in the parts

condition of an alley behind Colonial Lee Gambrill, objectof official leave from his U. S. Decatur area Thursday after- the city measured up to 3
noon. The slayings are believedto inches. .tm fork mtmn Although the exact nature of

Manor Apartments to the a nationwide alarm broad- Marine outfit at the San Diego,
have occurred Heavy snows were welcomedin the indictment is not it
city manager, noting that adja- cast after the mutilated bodies Calif., Marine Corps Depot since Friday. NEW YORK A federal known
must discovered The elder Gambrill was cus- northern Arizona where an grand jury in Brooklyn is in- is thought to center on the use
cent property owners pay were yesterday, was Feb. 22. ..
todian at the elemen- unusually dry winter has of the book in advertisementsfor
Enterprise
the of the best-
hitch-
the paving costs. picked up last night as he 'He said he couldn't eat and vestigating case
the with water
tary school and normally workeda threatened area the capsules, whose effect-
from this diet book "Calories
The complaint came hiked along U.S. 1 near and do he wanted so selling
as
three fraternities Phi Delta South Florida town. sleep Hamilton few hours each Saturday. He shortages. I Don't Count." iveness has been challenged by
he ran away, report
Theta, Tau Kappa Epsilon and Sgt. William R. Hamilton of ed. failed to report last Saturday. For more than a month, the the governmentThe

Delta Chi and Mr. and Mrs. Boynton Beach Police said Gam- Gambrill told police he abandoned When terday he, his failed superior to show asked up yes-the grand jury has been hearing courts have held that a

$ Francis Ford. brill offered no resistance, although the family's 1959 automo- testimony from persons involvedin book used to promote a productis
of
Gambrill's
pastor church to WHERETO
The commission also heard a he was armed with a .22 bile at Fort PiercE, Fla., and inquire into his absence., the publication of the book legally the same as a label

request from Charles Fanelli caliber pistol and a knife. started south along U.S.1. ,- The Rev. David M. McCon- and in the promotion of Saf- and therefore subject to the
seeking a change in the city'sbeverage FIND IT flower Oil capsules recommended
Hamilton said the youth volunteered provisions of the food, drug
ordinance The youth was to be turned over aughey asked a policeman to accompany -
license gov- that he had done "a by it. and cosmetic act that prohibit
later to the Palm Beach him to the house and
erning package beer and wine terrible thing." Comics . 10 A draft criminal indictment "false and misleading" label
Sheriff's office for an extradition they found the bodies after forc-
County
sales by grocery stores that are Classified . 11-13 least five individuals
"I asked him what it was," hearing.At ing entrance. naming at ing. "Calories Don't Count".waspublished \_
non conforming zoning uses. Entertainment . 14 and corporations has been by Simon and Schus- '
"and he told
said Hamilton
me Decatur, Police Chief The Gambrills had one other
Ten zoning changes, including . . 2
Obituaries the ter in
he had killed his father, mother James May said murder war- child, an eight-year-old boy whois drawn up by governmentThe September 1961. It sold
business institutional zoningfor and sister." issued for Gambrill in the Illinois State School for Opinion Page .. 4 grand jury, according to more than a million copies within -
an area on the north side of rants were .. Sports . . 7, 8Women's is
responsible sources, expectedto a year one of the most '
of the bodies of the retarded Lincoln .
"Why did you do it, Hamil- after the finding mentally at -
West University Avenue from . : 5 this. week
remarkable
late
it 12-month
or
act showings
on
13th Street to 18th Street, were ton said he asked GambrilL Everett Gambrill, 49, his wife, early next week. on record. I'

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2:_ Gainesville Sun Tuesday, March 3, 1964
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Recover Foreclosure Suits Weather Roundup Panama, 'Local Politicians



r. Bodies In c .. A 1'-i-----ilc. U. S. Truce

I ..#' -" ._e"", 1: rubB / \D\ Begin Qualifying

Nearing Windup S. % I. Is Nearer

|II! I| :: Air Crash --- ',q.,..'\ .C .'\..-- I I Sometime -

: between noon today $865 qualifying fee for circuit
Final
hearings on nineteen Guaranty Mortgage and Insur- 1 I WASHINGTON (AP) The
-... MINDEN Nev. (APS) r i and noon March 17 all local
court state's
-!:>:!-.t. 1t..av attorney. He has
"* : ignited fierycriticism ance. B C D-Partly cloudy and ,United States and Panama appeared -
: the grim task today i I I political hopefuls will be other
began contributors.
; ers I 01 repairmenoperating Then Guaranty foreclosed in be toward I no
: uv.uc warm through Wednesday.Low today to moving I
85 down
t. .-;of recovering and identifying crash vie-]'' in this area seemed mass. tonight 65 to 70, high 46 .u.am sMAO.mse1r a settlement of their bitter fees plunking and their qualifying R. G. (Chief Justiss has paid

; W Lake Tahoe this plane western Ne- I near resolution this morning."I The mass foreclosure drew at- Wednesday 82 to 88. Southerly dispute over the Panama Canal. their bandwagons."officially" oiling up the $400 circuit court public deender's -
Urns tiny
r. as tention to Homecraft and other 8 to 18 mile winds. President Roberto
Panama :
f
vada town opened its doors and hope to finish the hear- Most of those running under qualifying fee. He lists
firms that had operated here. ,
kitchens to relatives of the ings by the end of the week," A-Partly cloudy and mild through Chiari announced Monday night the auspices of the state government I II himself as having contributedan
An investigation of their deal- Wednesday with scattered showers ; that he believed President John- additional towards his
'Circuit Judge John A. H. Mur- % have done $50
dead. Wednesday. Low tonight 54 to 60. high already so,
ings spread over the state. Wednesday U to 72. Mostly had the for I
phree said.Guaranty. southeast l\ Liii son opened way a as the political parade to the campaign.
I to U knots .
and four There have been arrests through Wednesday.J
The 81 passengers many K-Generally fair and warm solution of the sevenweekoldcrisis. post is well underway.The D. R. "Billy" Matthews has
crew members died Sunday in Mortgage and In- as a result of the investi- through Wednesday. Low tonight 72. \ F) the
apid
high Wednesday 84. Southeast and following is a list of an- $1,125 qualifying fee
-the crash of a Paradise Airlines surance Co. is the plaintiff in gations, started by Sheriff Joe I south I to IS mile winds. Almost immediately a five- nounced candidates and their for the United States House of

Constellation against a lofty, the suits that were filed more Crevasse and carried on by the I I *ALMANAC.Sunset *. member mediation team of the !campaign contributors. Candidates Representatives election, and

snow-covered peak on a flight than a year ago against Alachua Florida Sheriffs' Bureau and today .. ....,... ... 6.30 p.m. Organization of American States lists himself
......._. are required by law to as a contributorfor
local officials in counties other Sunrise tomorrow 6:52
San Joe Calif. County-residents. a.m.
scheduled from ,, .......... this
Moonrise tonight 11:27 pm. went into a midnight session :file monthly contribution lists. amount. Other Matthews' -
.
and winter than Alachua.A .... .
to the gambling' Last Quarter March t
south shore -The suits seek to foreclose on few convictions of repair The telescopic' i etPI to, is opposite here with Panama's OAS Ambassador I The law further specifies that contributors are: Fosher
the
sports center Tahoe.on morgages taken here by Florida firm officers have been register- from us the is Sun 2.964,000,000 today and miles.its distance Like GAINESVILLE WEATHER: Miguel J. Moreno. I candidates for U. S. senator Shie Smith, Starke, $100; Jack-
Lake
of Homecraft of St. Petersburg, Uranus. this planet is now in the Afterward the negotiatorssaid and state governor file such son Bryan, Palatka, $50; B. J.

The path for recovery operations a hotly criticized and now defunct ed.But until recently, the orig- constellation TEMPERATURES Leo. ELSEWHEREH Municipal Airport readingsfor the two countries were II listings weekly.J. Williams, Alachua, $200; J. D.

was cleared by a bulldozer home repair firm. In inal 28 suits filed in Alachua Jacksonville ........... 76 67 L Prep. 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: "moving fast and courageously" C. Atkins has paid the Ladd, San Mateo, $175; WalterG.

\I and crew which followed an all, Homecraft took 100 mort- County have been wrapped in Miami .................. 73 70 High 78 at 4-5 p.m., low 67 toward a settlement."I $1,000 qualifying fee for the Odum, Orange Park, $150;
I ... ............. I I '
old logging road, then pushed gages on Alachua County prop- legal tangles and have avoided Tampa Atlanta .. ... .......... 82 52 68 51 1.52 at 6-7 a.m. No rain. think we are getting closeto circuit court justice post. He Q. I. Roberts, Green Cove, $100.
the I New Orleans .......... 78 51 I lists himself as his sole The remaining candidates
rocks and to erty. of minds-I cam
through snow solution. a meeting am
Boston ............... 54. 40 MARINE FORECAST
%i' crash site.Relatives. & Then last month, eight were New York .............. 57 45 optimistic," Ambassador Juan paign contributor, with a $1,100 I have not as yet paid theirqualifying
Twenty eight of them even- ............
Washington 64 44 .31 EAST GULF: Southerly winds 10 to donation.T. fees, but have submitted
settled through compromise. Chicago .............. 53 48 20 knots tonight and Wednesday. Plate of Paraguay, head of the
friends of the tually ended in the hands of
I and up Another is Kansas City ............ 71 52 Partly cloudy. mediation told The Asso- E. Duncan has paid the campaign contribution
,
victims thronged into Minden, a hanging.The Denver ............... 46 20 .44 CEDAR KEY TIDES group listing.J. .
property owner in it has Ft. Worth .............. 76 47 Tuesday-High at 4.37; a.m. 4:17 p.m. ciated Press.
Basque-German town of 550 residents ............ 58 49 .12 M.
I Los Angeles Low at 10:19 a.m. and 11:10 p.m. Crevasse Jr.
located six miles east of What's died so there is no one left to Seattle ,............... 50 38 .06 Johnson launched his new effort county
; Court Rides sheriff, $160 from: Nathan Po-
fight back on it. to break the deadlocked dispute -
J the crash site and seven miles zin, 1913 S.W. 13 St., $100 Joseph
t Now this morning with the Saturday. He told his news : -
south of Carson City, the state Hanson 315 N. W.
1st St.
t start of hearings on the remaining conference the United States ,

capital. Happening 19, the beginning of the realizes the 1903 Panama Canal: On Hospital I$50; Edward G. Silbernagel, 2255
& UttuarteMARY N. W. 4 PI., $10.
The fire station became an into end probably has arrived. treaty "perhaps would require

formation center; the Carson III PoliticsWASHINGTON Most of the morning was adjustment." R. D. Jordan, county sheriff,

, I Valley Improvement Club be- spent arguing legal fine points. He added that diplomatic relations Integration $605 from: John Ferber, 107
% N.E. 7 St., $100; R. L. Reyes,
came a morgue and Douglas (AP) Here The attorneys and Judge Mur- E. JOHNSON i Clarence; three brothers, Herman would have to be resumed 107 N.
: Main $10 Emil
Koze-
;
the
courthouse became phree expected legal argu-
County Sfriu Dark
and Ernest of Gainesville without churn
Dority, any preconditions
headquarters for recovery are today's chief political developments ments to carry over into this Funeral services for Mrs. I luh, 616 N.W. 13 St., $20; Ar-

posses. : afternoon. When they're finished Mary Erma Johnson, 36, of Ala- I and Winston Lee Dority, before any changes could WASHINGTON decision thur Foss, 307 N. E. 3 St., $10:
of Alachua and four sisters be
considered.
.. the court will begin hear chua, will be held Wednesdayat ; that hospitals constructed with Ira C. Wright Neighborhood

t While the bodies were carried Goldwater-Sen. Barry Gold- ing testimony.It's 2 p.m. at the WilliamsThom- Mrs.Witt and Rita Mrs.Stokes Waunita, Mrs. Lorene Lem- Chiari said Johnson's remarks -: federal aid may not segregatetheir Service Station, $50; Dale Drew

--out, Federal Aviation Agency water of Arizona planned full "were not in conflict"with I Waldo, $100 Mrs. Dale Drew
r a expected that the paradeof as Chapel here. Rev. Allan Stuart nah all of Alachua and Mrs. patients or their staffs was ; ,

: and Civil Aeronautics Board in'estigators day of appearances in his last- property owners on hand to will conduct the funeral. Eva, Jane Chaline, of, Houston Panama's basic positionon left standing Monday by the Supreme -I Waldo, $50; Irving Kaplan, Box
,
'.:. were to examine the!I week drive for New Hampshire's testify will continue through Fri Survivors include Mrs. John- .Tex. the canal dispute. Court. 236, $10; Paul Zimmerman, Rt.

crash scene in an attempt to I day. son's parents, Spencer Dority, Chiari said in a statement The National Association for 3 Box 47, $25; J. W. Williams,

'1.learn why the plane crashed. I Republican presidential of Alachua, and Mrs. Reta Pow- MRS. ANN TEMPLE that in spelling out his country's the A d van cement of Colored 3211 N. W. 18 PI.. $25; L. W.

-_ ,T.t.- ..; ,..;...... ..11 'V''UU&r",1itn..nnC....... I primary one week from today. + 4' ell, of Gainesville; her husband,. Funeral services for Mrs. position. he was.... not ."establish.. People legal defense fund. which ArringtonRt.__ 3 Box 32. $50;
au; I\ UIU.'UI
;
I "and mostly from the Salinas i; He is to address a rally tonight Ann Flynn Temple, 76, of Earl]1- ing prior conditions to the con. handled the case, hailed the Supreme K. r;. Griffin, Box 151, Waldo,

I ton, who died Sunday morning I, tents of the said treaty." $50; Mrs. Jack Zimmerman. 229
and San Jose areas were head. at the University of New Hamp P. Health Nurse, Court's action saying it
:.r. cd for a day at Nevada gambling -. shire. At Berlin, N.H., Monday More About will be conducted at 2 pin I. "The important thing now,. would "affect 2,000 hospital and N. W. 16 Ave., $5; Sylvester

lilt"I casinos when the plane was; night, Goldwater accused New To Speak To tomorrow in Evergreen Ceme:- the cardinal matter, is to express -medical facilities throughout the M. Bass, Newberry, $100.H. .

-- caught in a blinding snowstorm., York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller tery.Mrs. a willingness to negotiate, South." H. McDonald, county judge
I of Food Service Temple was born ii 1 without prior conditions," Chiari contributed $1,000 to his own
"razzle dazzle"methods
Pilot Henry Norris, 43, took:: using Repairs Jack G r e nberg, director-

his plane to the north end of the in his try for the GOP Philadelphia. She has lived wit!h said. counsel of the fund, said the decision campaign.

6,228-foot-high lake for a routine nomination. Mrs. Nancy Tally, a register. her daughter, Mrs. Frank I/ew would end Arthur W. Thompson, county

From 1 ed nurse and public health I I is, for the past four years. Shi put an to commission, $130 from: Wayne
approach to Lake Tahoe Air !
Page Heart
.. Rockefeller-New York Gov. nurse of Alachua County Health I I was a member of the Catholii Surgery keeping Negroes out of white Presnell, High Springs, $20;

port. Nelson A. Rockefeller scheduled Depart ment, will be guesl I Church. hospitals or segregating them Johnny Burroughs, Jacksonville,

: He radioed at 11:29 a.m. Sun, a Washington news conference they held a mortgage on the speaker for the University ol I Among survivors are tw 0[ Advances within the hospitals, and requir- $10; W. E. Whitlock, High

:: day that he had spotted the lake. at which he planned to make property, were made a party to Florida Food Service's Sanita. daughters, Mrs. Frank H. Lewis ing them to give up their Negro Springs, $50; J. M. Galbraith,
the suit filed Startzman.But .
t ::, through a break in the storm. "a statement of major impor- not by tion and Safety Training Pro. Gainesville, and Mrs. Made.. Told CivitansThe doctors and hire white doctors"It High Springs, $50.
by answering a summons
:.. and was over the last approach I I tance.:' Tonight Rockefellerflies gram tomorrow. lene T. Smith, Jacksonville, an< will be an entering wedge The listings of contributionare
forfeited their in-
::. marker to the airport. Two minutes -, to New Hampshire .to terest, in they the The two sessions of the pro. one granddaughter, Mrs. Clifton ]- most important advances for Negro physicians into the on file in the Circuit Court
case. ;
.-" later he began a message, launch his final drive for the I gram will be held in the Athletic Leroy Boals of Jacksonville I. in heart have been mainstream of medical practicein office.

... "Flight 901-"Nothing more was: March 10 primary. I I A c o u r t ruling went against: dining room of the main 1 1 Rev. U. S. Gordon, pastor o If made within surgery the last 10 the South, Greenberg said.
years
I'them. cafeteria beginning at 9 the First '"We wait I to whether the
: heard. I a.m Presbyterian Churcl]h see
California Gov. Rockefel Dr. Paul Vega told members of House Fire
and 2 p.m. will officiate. medical profession will volun-
Air and ground searchers, ler's state committee planned Consequently, the only thing the Gainesville Civitan Club
'
Mrs. Tally will! discuss per. tarily follow the law or whether -
hampered Sunday by the snow, to file his delegation papers for involved in the final foreclosure cleanlinesS yesterday.He .
sonal
storm, did 'not find ,the plane. California's June 2 presidential proceedings was Startzman's of food handlers responsibilities avoidance Reitz Named explained the heart's func- a long, hard process of litigation Arson LikelyA
such
as we have had with
until 7:30: a.m. Monday-when primary. Sen. Goldwater filed $3,500 mortgage. : of cross contamination and infection tions and techniques that have schools will be "

it was spotted on a ridge near last week. Supporters of HaroldE. To Federal been developed in vascular and necessary.
And Startzman admitted that through lack of personal fire which caused about
the south end and several miles; Stassen have until next Monday cardiac surgery, citing the effects
some payments had been madeon hygieneAll $2,000 damage in a small unoccupied
east of the lake. to submit affidavits for his of cooling processes usedto Give
it. He said in his suit that area and local food serv Trade Hospital frame house at 326 NW
Group slow the
slate. All three will have until body functons suffic-
: Authorities speculated that at I the total left owing on the mort- ice employees are invited to at to allow maximum 20th Avenue last night is being
April 3 to file petitions with at iently time
the last minute Norris changedhis least 13,702 valid signatures to gage was $3,390, plus interest. tend. University of Florida Presi]. for delicate surgical work. ScholarshipORLANDO investigated as a possible case

flight plan and headed for qualify for the ballot. But Murphree invalidated the More About dent J. Wayne Reitz has ac! The Gainesville physician of arson, Gainesville firemen

F Reno or Carson City. I mortgage. cepted an a p poi n tment froir I and surgeon also reviewed A $500 reported.The .

Louisiana-Democrat John J. However, in invalidating it, President Lyndon B. Johnson tc) symptoms and treatments for I ship grant has been SCholar-I fire was reported at 10 55

The biggest piece of wreckagewas McKeithen, 45, was heavily favored -I he declared that the Julians still] WilsonFrom serve on the newly established ci I hardening of the arteries and University of Florida by p.m. and two pumper trucks
of the
tail section. Most
the to defeat Republican were in the debt of Startzman. Public Advisory Committee foi. heart attacks. search and Education r"a- answered the call.

other pieces were so small they Charlton H. Lyons Sr., 69, in He ordered them to pay $3,- Trade Negotiations.He I tion of the Florida Hospital AS- Damages were estimated at

were hard to distinguish from the general election for the 860-$360 more than the original Page 1 joins 35 representatives ol f Long Walk sociation. '2.000 to the house which is

tree stumps and rocks. four-year term starting May mortgage and $470 more than *_ industrial, labor, educational, financial Announcement of the gift I valued at about $8,000.Lt. .

Helicopter pilot Leroy wreck W. 12. Republicans hoped for a the amount left owing on it. He "No individual or group I agricultural and consumer : For Scouts first scholarship ever offered by George Wright of the
the
Marx who spotted strong showing that would point based the decision, he said, on should be made to suffer at organizations who will the organization was made Gainesville Fire Department reported -

age said: "If he (Norris) had I the way toward Louisiana be- an appraisal of the property'svalue. the expense of others," Wilson I advise C h r i s t ian Herter, the NEW YORK (AP) The Boy by Sherwood D. Smith, founda- that firemen found newspapers
he
been 25 to 30 feet higher
coming a two-party state. President's special representa, Scouts of America estimates that tion president and administrator soaked in kerosene stuffed

would Tiave cleared the peak. If the $3,860 isn't paid in 15 said.Wilson represented the tive for trade negotiations.The 16,000 Scouts and their leaders of the Lakeland General Hos- into a closet in the house.

Two Homes days, the property will go on the Gainesville Motel and Restaurant committee will carry out walked a grand total of 800,000 pital, following the February I The fire started in the closet.

'Mr. Wood nIall' auction block.Murphree Association when they sue negotiations under the Trade miles last year to earn 5 -miler meeting of the group's board of Gainesville firemen arrivedat

outlined his rea- cessfully waged a campaign to< Expansion Act of 1962. It is ex merit badge awards. The directors here. the scene shortly after the .

Of Year Named Broken IntoTwo soning.It make the county wet in the wet pected to met in Washingtonevery awards require each Scout to The scholarship will I I be j fire was reported and had the [

appears that Award Homes dry election last summer.He six weeks.Reserve make at least a 50-mile trek on awarded to a member of the UnI I Fire under control within min

would have been entitled to an also was chairman for the foot or boat or canoe (no motors iversity's first graduate clas in i utes.
breaking and
Walter R. Helzel a Gainesville reported to Gainesville enteringcases "e qui t a ble lien" against the ABC committee as it was called Unit allowed), and that a minimumof hospital administration, which

gasoline station operator, property, except for Mrs. Juli- begins in September. f.
police late opposing the referendum to five days be spent on the Gainesville Sun
has been named "Mr. Wood- under yesterday morningwere an's interest. He said it was obvious make the office of county Meets hike. At least 10 hours of this L. R. Jordan director of the I
superintendent
investigation j
man of 1963" by the Woodmenof today.At that her husband was a of schools an Tonight I time must be spent on conser- University of Florida Hospitals : Published evenings except
appointive
the World. 5 p.m. C. H. Janes, 1635 party to the fraud. one last November.In vation service. and Clinics and coordinator of Saturday and Sunday morn.
Willard
L. H a r r i son of the i ings by the Gainesville Pub.
The award cites "outstanding NW 16th Ave. reported that Then he said that Startzmanwas the new program will choose'
county races, the first to University of Florida's Collegeof lishing Company at 101 SE
work in the Woodmen" and someone had broken into his a "bonafide purchaser for qualify at noon today was Arthur I Pharmacy will host the U.S. Students Vote the scholarship winner. 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida,
"unselfishness toward under- house. The burglar broke value" and the assignment of and entered as second class
a W.
Thompson of High Naval Reserve Research Co. 6- OIIlIacIlincsLOUISVILLE matter at the Post Office at
the
privileged children. pane of glass in the rear door mortgage to him "assignedto Springs, who will oppose 4 tonight at 7:15. Iraq Ouster Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION .
Helzel has been a Woodmanfor of the house and reached him any and all rights with Claude Brandon and I
James DAMASCUS
: Harrison will ,
Syria
six months. respect to due and meet membersof (APStudentsat ) (AP-Air) RATES BY
only through and unlocked the door. sums lienson Wershow on the
County Com Brigadier Harden
the Takriti CARRIER OR
at the main MAIL
the company entrance was :
"But he has accomplishedmore Nothing was reported missing. property which Award mission. the University of Louisvilleand removed
from
tow a r d our communityand Homes Inc. might have had for Other first to the Teaching Hospital. 19 high schools in the area his posts as i 1 Week .45

its under privileged fami- About 6 pm. James Green, placing the improvements on!I Carmichael's office qualifiers in L The public is invited. will have no excuse if they fail Iraq's defense minister and dep-' 3 Mot. $5.85

lies than any other Woodman 1118 SW 5th Ave., reported that this property." H. were County to learn about voting machines.The uty commander-in-chief of the All mail subsoiption must
Judge H.
some boards had been ripped "It McDonald, Flogging OK'd Iraqi armed force Monday be paid in advance.
for the would be machines trade-ins
1963 a spoke sman from the contrary to equity Judge Ira J. Carter of the Courtof on night.

t group said. ... and rear door of his house and good conscience to allow Records, and Registration; 4 to 1 at Eton new ones the county purchased, The Member of Audit Bureau of
t The award was made at a recent -' a window pane had been him or his wife (the Ju Supervisor Mrs. Alma were given to the schools to instruct announcement, made in Circulation.All .
convocation of the broken. It was not known to- Hans) to profit from this transaction Bethea. students in the mechanicsof a presidential decree broadcast!i
group, if Candidates have until March ETON, England (AP) A by Baghdad material contained herein h
day Radio no'!
Also recognized was Mrs. Rich anything was taken from which has cost them nothing voting, for classroom studies! gave the property Of the G mesviie:
17 to for of students '
I the house. ," he qualify, county offices, sampling at Eton, reason for the move beyond I Publishing Company, (e) 1964. Reproduction
ard Wilson, wife of the concluded. and student elections.Smoking .
attorney but state candidates had their one of Britain's most fashionable saying it was warranted In whole or In part I It
Her award came also for work 1 by the strictly forbidden without the written
I It last chance today. prep schools, shows that Clinic? country's general interest. I' permission of the publisher.
with under privileged children !
Exchaiigites View Film fewer than one in four of the
t -
during 1963. Music Festival young gentlemen want flogging LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP-The) I .

abolished.A First Unitarian church's non ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A

ExOfficersTo On Open Heart SurgeryExchange Auditions Set few lashes with a cane is smoking clinic has disbanded.Dr. .

.- I. %_/ eI standard punishment for wrongdoers George Kimbrough, director FLORIDA

Club members yesterday 'only has been about six years Auditions for string credits forI I at the school, training aid 16 of the 20 who orig- Swimming Poolby

Hear Kopp watched a color movie ago that these operations were the Florida Federation of Music ground of Britain's social and inally attended, quit the clinic

!of an open heart operation per- first performed. Clubs Junior Festival of Mu. political elite. instead of cigarettes. Rivers Construction Co.A

Edgar W. Kopp, acting vice- formed at the J. Hillis Miller "About 80 to 85 per cent of held in the band room at .

president and dean of academic Health Center last summer. the Gainesville High School
heart
operations today are Friday RESTAURANT; : FEATURE; QUALITY POOL Backed by a
affairs at the University of Comments during the film successful depending on the at 4 p.m.William.

Florida will be the speaker at were supplied by the man who type of defect. In some typeswe Stark of Williston will WEDNESDAY FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY

the dinner meeting of the Retired performed the delicate be the examiner, it
operation have a better record than was announced -
Officers Association in the Dr. Thomas D. Bartley, with appendectomies. by Mrs. Dorothy SOUTHERN: T 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40

Hotel Thomas, Wednesday even surgeon in the University of I The patient in the filmed Reaves who is in charge of the Priced at $3,000 to $3,500
I
..ing.. Florida's College of Medicine. was a five-year-old girl.operation string section of the FestivaL NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH

Dean Kopp was named recently -I Dr. Bartley said the film had She would probably have been Zanzibar FRIED CHICKEN

to head the new college been shown widely to the public disabled before the age of 20, PolicyDAR EACH POOL YOU GET
-"RVED
WITH 2 VEGETAILES. HOT BOLLS AND IUTTE
-6f engineering at the University in connection with the Heart Dr. Bartley said. Now she is Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board

of South Florida. He gradated Association fund drive. playing with other children and ES SALAAM, Tanganyika Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
(AP-President Abeid ALL 1
f from Georgia Tech withbachelor's "The basic research which riding her bike to school., rume of Zanzibar Ka- YOUCAN u Leaf Net
Monday decreed
-a degree in naval helped make these operations He said between five and six -
: of CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE
a policy NO
preventive OBLIGATION
"science and was subsequently possible was supported in large the
$ was best age to correct detention. Under it he EATLIGGETT
can hold
"one of the youngest ensigns measure by the Heart Association heart defects in children. With- indefinitely in RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO.
custody
commissioned in the U.S. Navy ," Dr. Bartley said. out the operation about 95 anyone
per deemed to be in
acting a
: manner 1909 EAST 5th
!n World War II. Bartley, one of only 10 doctors cent of persons with serious dangerous to DRUG STORES STREET
and
DIAL
) A social hour at 6:30: p.m. will in Florida who perform heart defects do not survive the good order or who peace may en- GAINESVILLE SHOPPING : 622-7049 OCALA,
CENTER
622-7048
1 precede the dinner. open heart operations said it age of 30 danger defense and security. FLA.




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luesday. March 3, 1964 GalrvrtVWe Sun 3 ;


MMe Sahara Hitchhike Ends -- -
I 2,000 NOTICT: OF INTENTIONTO
In The MAKE APPLICATIONFOR
Ends FINAL DISCHARGE

Qualifying ; I I When Five Girls Reach Algiers JUDGE.IV THE ALACHUA COURT Florida Or Statute COUNTY.THE COUNTY STATE

or FLORIDA.IN.
CapitolYOUNG PROBATE:
@ Nlm ark lmt drivers, and the French For tel, run by a Yugoslav ex for- IN lIE THE ESTATE OF

I Foe By PETER BRAESTRUP I.eign Legion. ,eign legionnaire and his wife. ACM ALL E. WHOM Pbilpot IT Dccaaied.TO MAY CONCERN. :

Holland Has They made friends with local Notice Is hereby given that Frank
,
SMOKERS: An in- "ALGIERS Five Peace After travelling by train 1 S. Hill filed hi* final report aa Ad-
I [English missionaries and Syr- minutntor of the estate of Agnes
creasing number of youngstersare Corps girls bought plane tickets truck and private cars across I! and E. PI JPOt. deceased: that he filed
ian schoolteachers
were his petition for final dIscharge and
back to Liberia today after
smoking regularly as early
f TALLAHASSEE (AP) Sen. and finished third behind Collins the former entry of Claude R. i as fifth grade, a survey reported causing a sensation here by .:Liberia Ivory Coast upper Vol- invited out to family dinners H.that H.he McDonald.will apply County to the Honorable Judge .fAlachu

I Char Kirk of Jacksonville into the ta, and Niger, staying in ho- and movies by young Algerian County Florida oa UM Wth
t 'II Spessard Holland, D-Fla., drew and former governor Monday. hitchhiking alone to Algiers day of March. 14. for approval of
tels the I
roadside
Senate as a Republican or sleeping by Moslems.As same and for final Ad-
I a Democratic primary opponent ley Johns in the 1954 campaignfor race through the Sahara Desert. discharge as
of Sen. Holland, seek- Why? To show off, to appear the five girls reached Tamanras- U. S. officials: ministrator of the estate of Agnes E.
of McCarty's
r today when Orlando builder the final two years opponent The five young women aged embassy Philpot. deceased. OB this I2th day
!more mature or as a type of southernmost town in the of February 1964.
his fourth term. I !
ing the later discovered
twice candidatefor term. vacation touring area -
Brailey Odham 22 to 26, were on a Frank S. HillAdministrator
governor jumped into the Holland and several U.S. representatives Races developed in the 3rd 'status symbol because they are from Peace Corps duties as Algerian Sahara, without incident the young Arabs of Taotan- of the estate el

race. drew opponentsfrom Congressional District as Repub--not up to the mark scholastical- teachers in and near Monrovia rasset were not used to American (3087): Apes%:11. E.25:PtUlpot.3:3 10 deceased.

Odham paid the fees only an the opposite party and lican Paul O'Neill of Miami filedto ly. the Liberian capital. They be- It was at Tamanrasset, an oasis "dating" practices. They IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY

hour before the final deadlinefor ,dozens of primary races developed run against Rep. Claude Pep- The survey, taken by Young gan their northward journeyJan. town of red adobe and little clustered around to stare at the JUDGE.RIDA. IN ALACHUA PROBATE.COUNTY FLO

qualifying for this year's for lesser offices. per of Miami; in the 4th Districtas Citizen, a weekly current events 12. They arrived in Algiers else but a few missionaries, Tou-I unveiled, unescorted American LAUHETTE IN RE: Estate V. DIFFLEY.of

races. Another Cabinet officer was Republican Jay McGlon of publication of the Civic Education Saturday.A areg nomads Hoggar Mountain "jeunes filles." One of Deceased.

He said he would pitch his !scheduled to get an opponent. !Miami filed to run against Rep. Service, got a response rare sight in the Sahara scenery, that the girls' one''them the 22-year-old local police -To Claims AD Creditors er Demands and Persons Against Having Said

the that Former Senator Drew Branch of Dante Fascell of Miami; and in from nearly 150 teachers from they were variously feted woo- "minor incident" began. i chief, by all accounts lost Estate:
argument
campaign Holland had on a voting record that Winter Park said Monday he I.the 6th District as Republican every section of the country. ed, transported, aided and shel- Attired by this time in black i his head over one of the Am lifted You and and each required of you to are present hereby any ao-

resembled that of :would qualify to oppose State John D. Steele of Hallandale tered along their 2,000 mile wool desert robes turbans and ericans. He brandished his pistol -claims either of and demands which you. or
more closely you. may have against the
a Republican than a Democrat. Comptroller Ray Green. i I filed to run against Rep. Paul POLARIS SUBMARINES: route by astonished local officials -baggy, loosefitting pantaloons, and swore his devotion. The estate of LAUHETTE V. DIFFLEY.
deceased late the
of said
"I'm going to run as a Democrat Atty. Gen. ames Kynes drew Rogers of West Palm Beach. Secretary of the Navy Paul H. African students isolated the girls checked in for a bath "incident" ended when she bit County Judge *f Alachua County County.to.

from Monday in- Moslem truck and rest at the Amenokal Ho- him. I Florida at Ms office la the courthouse
\ ," said Odham a bluff, outspoken primary opposition Rep. Those qualifying Nitze says America's Polaris missionaries a of said County at Gainesville

businessman who head- Earl Faircloth of Dade County. cluded: submarines could cause so 'lorida. within six calendar mentta
from the time of the first publicationof
I ed the State Milk Commission The secretary of state's office Senate, by district: much death and destruction "as this notict. Each claim or demand
did land office business the 7th-Charles Curtis of Bartow. the initiation of Federal Edwards ,bill be in wr1Un,. and Hull state
for several years under former I II a as to make a nuclear BuildingTo i the place of residence and post office

Governor LeRoy Collins. I noon deadline approached. House of Representatives, by war by an enemy irra- address of the claimant and shan
be ,
sworn to by the claimant agent or
I Odham unsuccessfully cam-I Many politicians who had county: tional. i attorney. and any such claim or demand
Won't Seek not so filed shall be YOId.LAURETTE .
paigned against Gov. Farris signed up and paid their fee to Brevard-Herschel Mays of Nitze's assessment of the Polaris -: O'CONNOR BEGAN

t Bryant four years ago. get into the races were on handto Melbourne Beach, Republican, nuclear power came in a'' Have RampI As and executor Testament of of the Last Will

I Odham was runnerup to the see whether they would draw Group 1.BrowardRoger. statement to Rep. George Ma-' GOP PostHugh deceased.Laienby.LAURETTE. V. DIFFLEY.

t late Governor Dan McCarty in opponents. H. Harper of hon D-Tex. chairman of the I Dell. Graham. Willcu! *

the 1952 campaign for governor Highlights Monday included Pompano Beach, Republican House, Appropriations, subcom- By LYNNE WOGANG I I "When it was brought to the j Post Barber Office Box 123

Group 1. Edward O'Cleary of'ort a i n e s ville's new Federal architect's attention, he immediately Edwards Gainesville developer Gainesville. Florida
Defense. He had
Lauderdale, Republican, asked mittee Nitze on for an unclassified building will have a wooden made plans to install a and assistant treasurer First Attorneys publication for Executrix Feb. II, 1M4 \

Il Dickinson HoldsContribution Group 2. Tom Kearns of West statement so it could be released ramp for wheel chair users. wooden ramp with a railing at of the state Republican executive 0083) 21. 23; 3:3, 10

Hollywood, Group 3. John Mc- But the ramp was not in the the front of the building," CALL FOR BIDS
to the public. committee, announced NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Ginn of Pompano Beach, Republican original building plans. Hancock said. GAINESVILLE! AREA
i' this morning he would not run Sealed bids will be received by the
Group 5. The secretary of Navy said I It's the result of a local appli- "Wood is more practical than for state commisssion becauseof Board of Public Instruction ef AlachuaCounty.
I.: Manatee-Robert Schultz of the 11 Polaris submarines already I Florida at the office of the
Lead : cation of Civitans International concrete because it's not as slip- a split in the Republican Superintendent 41' Publie Instruction
in service have all the
in
Bradenton Republican. Gainesville. Florida up to March
"
"No Architectural Barriers
essentials of "an effective deterrent pery when it's wet, he explain party. 12. 1904. 3:00 P.M., E.T.S., at which
Polk-Gene West of Frostproof Campaign." ed. hose and place all bids received will
i force" and could kill as "Until Congressman WilliamC. be publicly opened and read aloud
TALLAHASSEE (APFormer -Fla.: spent $1,140; received $3- Group 3.Circuit. for constructing the
judges: many as 35 million persons in a "Our purpose is to bring spe- "Things like ramps or elevators Cramer decided he would like 1994 ADDITIONS TO LAKE FOREST
Sen. Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson nuclear cial needs of the to be national committeeman ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
231.Rep. 10th-Edward Flood of Bar- war.UPHILL handicappedto from the ground floor are Each bid must be accompanied by a
continued to lead the Governor James A. Haley of Sarasota the attention of designersof things that are just not calledto congressman and boss of the bid bond U the amount of five per.

candidates Monday in total con- D-Fla.: spent $1,125; received tow.National committeewomen: FIGHT: A freedomof new buildings," said Gaines- the attention of a builder," Republican party In Florida I that cent the of the bidder.bate U bid awarded at a guarantee the contract I

$2,000.Major information bill with court ville Civitan President Bob Han had intention of will within ten consecutive calendar
tributions to his campaign with Democratic-Ann M. Cramerof Hancock said, "and the purposeof every runningfor days after written notice being
contributors
$155,486 so far. I : West Hollywood. enforcement has been approvedby cock. our campaign is to see that a state office on the Republican given of such award. enter Into a
written contract with the Board. In I
1 DICKINSON a Senate Judiciary subcom- are" ticket Edwards stated.
they accordance with the accepted bid and
Dickinson said in his weekly:I $1,000 Raymond Dyson of Pensa- mittee but faces a long, tough "A good example is the new He said Cramer's action split live a contract bond s Ufirtory to
cola. c. E. Hardee of Plant "
City. Bill federal building he said. the Board in an amount equal to one
report to the Secretary of State I.Duggan of Crestview. and Theresa Cas- MacArthurIn road ahead. \ the party, interfering with the hundred percent of the contract price.

III' that he collected $20,235 last tro$500 of Fort- F.Lauderdale.M. Turner' Jr. and Charles The bill is designed to pro- When a person in a wheel chair It's a New plans of several people, including -for No a bidder period of may thirty withdraw day after his the bid \

week. He said he spent $99,931so B. Webb Tampa of Pensacola Jack Freeman George of McElvyof Coral vide full disclosure of informa- wants to enter the old post of- himself, to run. date set for the opening. I"
AU work shall be done la accordance -
far on his campaign.Sen. Gables.. .. Clyde W. Atkinson of Tallahas- HospitalFor tion by government agencies fice he has to go around to the Sea MonsterLOS with plans specifications and contract ,
c Samuel A. Dee Jr. of Sarasota C. "We did have a united party documents relative thereto which
Wisdom O'Neal of Ocala. B. B. Saxonof unless the information is clear- rear of the building, attract the office of
Scott Kelly of Lakeland Fort Walton Beach H. T. Vaughn of Tests in our state. However, the picture : tlarbe LmiJIc'm'J.be
ANGELES AP A Architect.
law.It ( )
exempted by attention of and be -
collecting $31,304 last Ci wlston. Fritz Stain Jr. and Ray Rothof ly an employe, has changed Edwardssaid. Gainesville. Florida. Two sets of such
reported Belle Glade. W. H. Corddry of Delray court new kind of "flip top" ,
would provide a pro- wheeled through the mailroad to ship plans and contract documents and
week for a total of $124,278. He Beach and Geraldine Shelton of St. .
Petersburg. WASHINGTON (AP) Gen. cedure so the public and press the elevator, Hancock explained. may frighten unwary mariners General forms for Contractors bidding may from be secured this office by .

said he has spent $88,302. -IMO A. -Vance Tully Morgan Dunlap of of Hlaleah Miami. $300 and Douglas MacArthur, the old soldier -could obtain information crusing off the coast of California Edwards said Cramer had by depositing therewith the sum of
...
of Jacksonville
Haydon Burns Twenty rive Dollars C$23.00) This
Mayor Russell von Deer of Sarasota. hero, was undergoing tests deemed withheld wrongfully.Sen. this year. The 355 foot .brought the Republican cam- deposit will be refunded upon submission -

said he collected $17- KELLY today at the Army's Walter Edward V. Long, D-Mo., Hancock said Civitans contacted steel vessel has the ability to .1 paign in the state to a "slow of the of a bona and fide contract bid and documents return

055 last week for a total of $92- N.$1,000 Snively- of P.Winter T. Swindell Haven: and Agnes Sarah K. Reed Hospital for "abdominal chairman of the subcommitteeon assistant postmaster Dell stand on its stern, with only 55 walk and could 1 very well put in good plans condition on the date set for

348. He said he spent $17,732 so Prosier'rosser. Jr.Davis, E.S.C.Prosser Sr.. Davis S.. complaints." Administrative Practice and Jernigan who learned from the feet showing above water all Florida in the Democratic column -, opening or sheets of requested the bids.for Additional purpose other sets
Morris.
far. Shirley Sargeant he construction supervisor that no in the interests of ocean research than the submission of a bid will be
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Goddard. Hospital officials refused to Procedure said was pleasedthe for the first time since furnished at the actual cost of duplication -

Sen. John Matthews of Jack- C.and: Sargeant Edward Jr.A. Olan of Birmingham of Lakeland' Ala.; J.; say how serious his condition measure had won the subcommittee's facilities for the handicappedwere according to "Steel 1948." ($.50 per sheet, but without
Edward Dean and Stuart P. McDonald included in plans for the Facts published by AmericanIron refund.
sonville reported collecting $10- S... of Tampa; James L. Gay of Winter was, and announced that no Information unanimous approval The Board reserves the right to.
federal
Park: James M. Fiske of Orlando Mrs. but added: new building. and Steel Institute. reject any or all bids waive informalities
915 last week for a total of $73- ; would be available Monday What Is It? or irregularities in bids and

He said he has spent $49- I Moore W. B. of Hamel Los of Mattoon 111.1 Tom. .._.:1 ."..... .._.._;....U .... .", apa "WA..... criniild..:.. not.. kid. niirslv . to readvertlse if it SO elects.
707. Angeles. Calif. and Dozer AIIIAI LII cAa4uu.a14v1.J na -- -- -- ------" -- me old vessel nas special uTHE--BOARD OF PUBLIC IV-

695. $800 Milliard- Ronald of Bradenton.Jones of Pierson. $750 ompleted and evaluated. about the legislation's pros Tippet Widow pumps which fill ballast tanks JACKSON, Ohio (AP> In a STRUCTION OF ALACHUA
Tom Turnbull of Winter Haven, $550 There is intense opposi- I COUNTY. FLORIDAErnest
Other said the general pects.
sources
of Volusia Bess Quails of Lakeland and Larry and cause the stern to shift :little park owned and supervised D. ManningSecretary.
Karl
Fred
Rep. Jones of Pierson. $500 U C. Shirleyof would be treated for jaundice- tion to the bill from virtually downward thus i .
Circus ,permitting so- by the Ohio Historical So- (MM) 2:11. 25 3.3"Furniture
Fort ;
County reported collecting .$5- Meade; Tommle Harris. Charles in Helps
of ichlarbaum and Bob Pipping of Lake- a yellowing of the skin that can every government agency nar equipment to better study I ciety near the village of Leo I -
529 last week for a total and Carlton BoWden it will be I
; of Sarasota; Thomas be associated with various ailments Washington. At best That's A
Joy
underwater conditions. The University
is Leo
the

Smith of Quincyj and James Tayor Petroglyph.It's .
He said he has spent
DALLAS Tex. AP Mrs.
$47,213. of Pierson. including hepatitis. an uphill fight all the way. ( ) of California is con- ToLivtWith"WALKER

$36,043. BURNS JHe's J. D. Tippit whose policeman a collection of drawingsbirls

Mayor Robert King High of $1,000 Gordon Thompson. Clyde husband was believed slain by ducting the research. fish, etc., probably

Miami reported collecting $12,- Jacksonville.Knowles and$500 Thompson- Frank S. Norris.Baker Anthony of- After Octopuses :t the late Lee Harvey Oswald, done by prehistoric Indians

total of $26- J. Robeda R. M. Smith Jr. and has used of the NOTICE OF SALE -
070 last week for a George W. Mosely of Jacksonville. DeanR. some contributions TEMPORARY NOTES on a large sandstone out FURNITURE STORE
476. He said he has spent $10- Claussen. Fred L. l sent to her by people THE LEVY COUNTY HOUSING
Roust
and Dorothy ResearchTALLAHASSEE : AUTHORITY cropping. If there is a message, II NW Sib Ave. n. 11WCI
P. Rouse of Miami Shores; Sarah Cobb For We Finance What 1'4: ten
Biological
t the world to
: and James R. Cobb of Opa-Locka; throughout purchase Sealed proposals will be received by it never has been translated.
659.Rep.. Charles Holley of Pinel- Eugene D. Marks of Miami; Irving ( 500 circus tickets. She The Levy County Housing Authority
Sacks of Daytona Beach; and T. P. (hereinafter called the "Local Author.
las County, a Republican, reported Drake and Louis O. Gravely' Jr. of Oca- A Florida tional Institutes of Health has ,will give them free to all the ity") at the Levy County Court House '

collecting $169 last II.$400 H. L. Blankenshlp of Jacksonville State University graduate student provided $40,123. ,widows and orphans of Dallas, Bronson(Post Office Florida Box 838)until.In and the Town publicly of i ft

week for a total of $3,580. He and Earl L. Loughrldge of Perry. is going to a lot of trouble Tex., policemen and firemen. opened at. One o'clock P.M. (E.S.T.) on
MOO J. E. Churchlnell of Panama Why go to the Antarctic waters March 17. l'M, for the purchase of r
said he has spent $2,841. City. finding some parasites for a research and their UOf,000.00 Temporary Notes (Fourth maKe some .
for octopuses Mrs. Tippit and her three Series being Issued to aid In financing y
Ken Folks of Orlando, a Republican MATHEWS project small parasites? Dr. Short said Its low-rent housing protect Cs).
I children ages 5, 11 and 14, will
$1,000 Abney Cox of Homestead. fait tracks
collectionslast The notes will be dated April 1. 19" to
reported no Harold R. Smith of Jacksonville and He'll find them, of all placesin the principal reason is that noth- attend the Dallas police firefighters will be payable to bearer on September
week leaving his total at: Walter H. Beckham of Miami. will bear interest at the
and
11 164
,
about Antarctic
aoo Virginia Wood Miami; $400 the kidneys I of octopuses ing is known j circus March 26 with rate or rates per annum fixed In the ,

$2,018. He said he has spent! -tor Harold Schumate Martin., Ruth Miami Schumate$500 -and Vic T. dredged out of the icy depths of species and since the Eltanin is all the other widows and or- proposal or of proposals such notes.accepted for the FIRST
purchase
1997. E. Miller. all of Tampa; George Craw. the Antarctic seas. going to be cruising these wa1 1 phans. All proposals for the purchase of said
H. B. Foster of Fort Myers ford. Betty George and Ida Mac Hurst ters for several Florida notes shall be submitted In I fnrm
III of Miami. Robert K. Ridley, a biology years ,
the Local Authority. Copies
approved by
Beach, a Republican, said in his .300 S400--R. Aaron L. Turknett Podhurst of Jacksonville.of Miami; student at FSU will accompany State applied for a grant to collect -]W THE COURT OF THE COUNTY of such form of proposals and information FEDERAL/

first report that he collected 30 other scientists from a dozen specimens during the Elj JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY. FLO concerning the notes may be ,
KARL j RIDA. IN PROBATE.IN obtained from the Local Authority at
$1,350 and spent $1,250. $ ,u Bosh Stack and Cherles institutions in a 60-day cruise tanin's two month cruises. J JJ RE Estate of the address Indicated above.
Members of the State Cabinet Friedlander, both of Miami. $500 Roger aboard the research Eltan- J MARY STROMAN BRYAN. THE LEVY COUNTY now!
ship AUTHORITY
Rogers. South Miami Deceased.To HOUSING
; William Roll. Nothing is known of the life
filed monthly reports of finances Pompano Beach; Barbara Staed and in in quest of octopuses.As All Creditor and Persons Hiving By Lewis W. Renfroe
Monday. Thomas Steed of Daytona Beach.SJSO history of the tiny worm-like an- Claims or Demands Against Said Secretary
Otis Pruett and Merrill Elli-! Etat: (3132) 3:3NOTICE
State Comptroller Ray Green nor. both of Ormond Beach. the ship moves along imals outside of that portion''I You and each of you are hereby OF INTENTIONTO SAVE

took the lead in that depart- $1,000 J. N.HIGH McArthur of MiamI. through relatively shallow wa- ''I spent in the octopus kidney. Additional I notified claims and and demands required which to present you. any or NOTICE FILE IS FICTITIOUS HEREBY GIVEN NAME that I

ment with total contributions of tSOO Lester High. Martha Baggert ters a dredge behind it will take information, said Dr. :either of you. may have against the the undersigned deslrlnq to engage in
Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz and Charles estate of Mary Stromin Bryan de business at Route 1. Box 304. Gainesville -
$32,275. He said he spent $1,506. Stack. all of Miami; Adeline Vanditte scoops of biological materials !Short may shed some light on :ceased. late of said County to the Florida. under the name of Hick. :
Commissioner of Fort Lauderdale, Joseph C. Wilsonof from the ocean floor. From the I just where the mesozoans should 'County Judge of Alachua County Ory Hill Farm. intend to reqlster the bythe2Oth \
-
Next was Agriculture Detroit and Ronald Belk of West Florida at his office la the courthouse said< name with the Clerk of the Circuit -
Doyle Conner who listed 'Palm' Beach and Bernard K. Krywilof dredge Ridley hopes to get a I I be placed in the scheme of evo of said County at Gainesville. Court of Alachua County Florida
Palm Beach. Marion S. Whaley
Florida within six calendar months Hf
$24,830 in total gifts and spend- $400 -'Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mlllman respectable number of the octopus lution. from th* time of the first publicationof Is' Margaret O. Whaley (
of Miami Beach and Patricia K. Davisof kind. Some scientists claim that the : this notice. Each claim or demand H. G. Bates
ing of $2,757.Secretary South Miami. J50 Wesley Sihrian I lull be In writing. and shall state of Bates & Jones EARN from
of State Tom Adams of Palm Beach. $300 Frederick Sere What he's interested in is not animals simple in structure and the place of residence and post office Attorneys at Law 4 I
of Kendall. I I address of the claimant and shall besworn 11 West University AvenueP.
made of less than two dozen -
reported gifts of $6,980 and the octopuses but tiny parasites, up to by the claimant his agent O. Box 396

spending of $3,322. SU50 Southwest H. B. FOSTER Florida Republican caled d i c:y e mid znesozoans, undifferentiated cells, are :!or'demand attorney not so and filed any shall such be void.claim or Gainesville(3131) 3:3.,10.Florida 17, 24 tti the 1st!

State Treasurer J. Edwin Lar- Campaign Committee. Fort Myers. which live in the kidney. Microscope simply primitive forms in the Eunice Cassels
I evolutionary scale, between the As administrator of the Estate
son reported contributions of IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY slides containing smears I of Mary Ctromaa Bryan f
and of $975. JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY. FLO I the will be I protozoans and the metazoans deceued.nnt Orchids
$3,915 spending from kidneys brought
RIDA. Of PROBA TI:. pobllcaUoa February 1$. 11M.I First Federal gives you 'baekpay"onyonrsavhgs..2Odays'
I None of the above candidateshad IN RE: Estate of home to a Florida State zoology Others argue that instead of this SOW) 2:1*. 23< 3:3.16INCOME
J. MAXEY DELL. the animals have degeneratedfrom I For "
opposition so far. DeceaJed laboratory where they will be I

.Atty. Gen. James Kynes's report -To AH Creditors and Persona Harlot placed under study.Dr. a higher form by reasonof TAX Ii i Her
Claims or Demands Against Sail S C
was not available with the Estates Robert B. Short, a Florida then parasitism.Diabetes I II II free profits when
You and each of vow are hereby notified the GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS II I you get your
State zoologist directing
others.
I and required to present any I CREVASSE FLORIST
His Democratic opponent claims and demands which you. or research on the mesozoan -
parasites
either of you. may have against the 2015 S.E. Hawthorn. Rd. money here by the 20th! ,
Rep. Earl Fairdoth of Miami estate of J. MAXEY DElL. deceased has just received a grantof 'I

I reported spending $1,215 and late Judge of of said Alachua County County.to the Florida.County at $18,300 from National Science Talk SlatedDr. I 1328 N.W. 6* St. FR 6-2924 Phone FR 6-2514 Save by postage-paid mail if

contributions of $995. hIs office in the court house Of saId Foundation for two years of,me-
at Gainesville. Florida
C9imty within
.. Florida Public Utilities Commissioner six calendar months from the time of sozoan research and this will John Crago will talk about it's easier. Or visit us..both
the first publication of this notice. Each I for several the to the Alachua County
r Edwin Mason, a Democrat -claim or demand shall be in writiBj help pay collecting kidney
1 seeking re-election, listed and shall atat the place of residence* trips in the Antarctic waters. In Diabetes Lay Society whenit
offices have free The
parking.
and post office address f the claim
gifts of $900 and spending of ant. and shall be sworn to by the addition, he's in the second year meets at 7:30 tonight in the
r claimant his agent or attorney. sod Frank M. Hall Health Center
of a three-year mesozoan research -
$757.
any such claim or demand not ao med 13th Street Branch has a drive-in
Jerry Carter, a public utilities\shall be _iCL project for which the Na auditorium.
.
commissioner seeking Democratic J.. MAXEY.b DELI.. _.JK.AS 9 ......
executor 01 ue isi wui window.

Party office as a delegate to J.and MAXEY Testament DELL.of deceased\ For the LOWEST in PRICES ax: I

4\ the national convention reported Latonby. Dell. Graham. WlUcox 4 II a g i.
Barber
and gifts of $25 for that of Post Office Box: 12] LATEST in STYLE
Gainesville. Florida
fice.The Attorneys for Executor MEN'S SHOES Adams during our big :
styled by
required monthly reportsof First publication Feb. 1C 1N4OOM i
and ) I.IS. SSi 3:3. II authorizedANNUALSALE First federal
campaign spending gifts factory
COMMUNITY SHOE SHOP
were filed by congressional candidates -

o. also. Here is the list: savings & loan assoc1atoD

[ Rep. Bob Sikes of Crestview, ElectricalLighting I-Shoes priced from F Men' Work Shoes ] of GaDeniDe

} D-Fla.: spent $1,125; no con- I ...-:.
MMtt* flOWS
595 895loy' UVMOS
/ tributions. i 495to 1095 to
I I I 4 10AM MUlAMCt COtfOeADONSBUl .
J Rep. Syd Herlong of Leesburg Installed : i FOR A LIMITED TIM I !! I IeOMI LeAH SAME SriTM24t

D-Fla.: spent $1,125; received S Residential S Commercial F Sho.sI I HOW IN PROGRESS AT : 4! w. uMvsurrr AYL AT MOK.
$ ,200. 4"
.W. UTH ST.AND eTH AVLH47M1
I IndurfrUI
,, Rep. Paul Rogers of West CALL I 295 to 595 _-..

Palm Beach D-Fla.: spent $1- I TECH TV

125; received $1,275. C. P. Dressier

Billy Matthews of Gainesville W. REPAIR RE-TAN. DYE and POLISH I IT SAFE
Rep. Electrical Contractor 122 N.W. 16th Aye. Phone 372-0433 i SAVINGS INSURED
shots.
kinds of
D-Fla.: spent $1,125; received II all Fri. Til I 9 I
Phone FR 6619391ON.W.4t.<< 2-9354 Bank Financing Available Open p.m. I by an agency of the U.S. GovtrnmtntI

I $1,900. I, 735 N.W. 5th Avt. I __ _
Rep. Don Fuqua of Altha, D- I






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CONSCIENCEOF NEW THOUGHTS ON VICE PRESIDENCY
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datoutlkFlorida's i im r Humphrey V-P Favorite


I ; THE1SOUTH

l I By RICHARD WILSON could be a heavier factor tical thought is taking this di- have an unusually free rangeof

JOHN !. HARRI3OX. Pr ti4tatPabUihert a< Chief, Cowles Washington than Senator McCarthy now rection. For it is certainlyless choice in this matter. He

t FIT COWLES. Tire Frril Bureau important in this made it clear that
, J I thinks. McCarthy is a Catholic age recently
JOHXSO.V. Vic Freiideitu4
dean ED I WASHINGTON Such political that a vice president shall bea he feels he can exercise this
ESCCBUT EetUri W. G. ; so are Kennedy and Shriver.
Beautiful y
:I, : \Ice President and AdUniversity I measurements as are But it is still a fact that Catholic or Protestant, an choice without the benefit of
RALPHlcGILL:
City i urtt..., Director BOB TARTAGLJONE. By available indicate that Sen. Easterner or a Westerner. covert or overt campaigns by
Fmlitirr Price WtaaUf FillUhrrOf by the only measurements now
r Tire Preiident tad Ciresta- than that he shall have full the various aspirants. They
Ute .atlaat. cGa ) CBittatiM Hubert H. Humphrey (Dem.,
.. available it is clear that
i ii Mauaer. Minn.) ranks at the top among the liberal Democratic est possible qualifications for have all taken the hint and

among popular choices for the faithful Catholic.S the presidency. are trying to improve their
Taft a non -
THE SUN'S POLICY From Democratic vice presidential t has President Johnson does positions by good works.
e n a or Humphrey ,
.
;: 1. Report the news fully and impartially; in the news columns. nomination. stronger demonstrable su p-
2. Express the opinions of the Sun! in-but only in-editorials These measurements are port than his possible rivals. I.
ToGoldwater i
3. Publisn all sides of important controversial issues. neither very broad nor con i
clusive. The latest shows himto
The Sun's telephones: All Deportment! -372-8441 be the favorite of 1500 del- AMONG SOME thoughtful I
Democrats _somewhat different No Method
: :
Want Ads-376-4672 egates and alternates to the criteria are emerging although
California Democratic Coun- i
they do not stand ii
cil convention in Beach. i
Long alone but become inextricable F
Notes Made at Exeter, Humphrey might expect to mixed with the old stand ii'i In Madness

12 Years Required Education N.H.: Snow glistened whiteon have his strongest support in ards. A repetition of recent

: the roofs, and along the the wing of the Democratic history is involved. When

a. A roads and streets it was bulldozed party resented by the California Franklin A. Roosevelt waited I 1
:: Secretary of Labor "". Willard have earned $852 more and the college into high barriers to Council. This is the left- !
expectantly for the third term -
Wirtz is not the first to suggest extending student $1,947 more by working leave the way clear. As one wing action group which has draft in 1940 who to choose as

education the came into Exeter, the bandstand transformed once Republican By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY
compulsory to fulltime than by attending school his running mate was a puz JR. Council of the Department of

age of 18 and free public schooling looked bleak and cold California into a Democratic zle. The two-term vice president On the State, obserud that 'one of
all. very same day the
at
and working part-time or not with snow drifted on its organization state.
through the first two years of college floor. Humphrey was far ahead of John Nance Garner, had Communists shot down our the oldest propositions in economics
broken with Roosevelt the
but his concern with the Unemployment General on wayward airplane over East is that agricultural
Memory asked: Has it Attorney Kennedyand
in underdeveloped third issue and in
In times past-and term any output is, in the widest
makes it been Peace Director Germany, the President of sense
problem logicalfor really only 12 years? Corps the
case, was unacceptable to the basic
him to support the idea. economies today even a fair- It seems longer but it was Sargent Shriver in a California Democratic liberals. Roose- the United States wrote to a nation." woiking From which capital the deduction :of

ly young child could perform useful just 12 years ago when the sampling which was other- velt himself had no very fix- the Speaker of the House: "I is inescapable that-
caravan of Senator Robert A. wise notable because the have determined that it is
work the farm in other home ed ideas. What weighed heav- by helping a nation
Wirtz probably would not maintain on or in the national carry the
Taft moved through snow- junior Minnesota senator, Eu- interest for
that this is enough. Too who businesses. Some of this ancient eco- ily with his liberal lieutenants, the load of its agricultural overhead -
many banked roads into Exeter.It gene McCarthy, also showed Export Import Bank to
such as Harry L. Hopkins, one releases its
now drop out of school at 16 do so nomic history i is reflected in the had been a long, hard some strength. It is very un- was that Roosevelt might die issue guarantees in connection other directions energiesin

from Jack of interest or ability. They Iowa compulsory attendance law. It week for all concerned. The usual for two senators from in office. with the sale of United cally, in the case of: the specifi-Soviet

hardly! would benefit from confine- requires attendance through the age Senator's opponent was far the same state to be men- States agricultural productsto Union, in directions that
away in offices oustide Paris tioned for the vice presidential They wished to insure the the U.S.S.R."
ment to a classroom for another two of 15, or through the eighth grade General Dwight Eisenhower nomination. continuation of Rooseveltian Since President Kennedy increase its aggressive paramilitary -

years, unless the school program (which often is completed at age had been chosen to set policies and that was why originally authorized the fessor Arthur potential.Schlesinger And Pro-Jr.

t were drastically changed. (Their ab- 14)) but it still exempts all children up the NATO defense plan. HUMPHREY is what mightbe Henry A. Wallace was selected wheat deal, 1)) the Spaniards no less, in a seizure of real-

"sence from the labor market would 14 and older who hold fulltime jobs. All that week, the Senatorhad called a practical liberal; and forced down the have proposed to deliver $51 ism, wrote in 1960 ("En-
been campaigningagainst is the theoretical throats of the reluctant dele-
... make the unemployment figures look McCarthy more million worth of Spanish fish counter," January, after a
that distant hero It and academic and Wallace dared not in
type gates.
ing trawlers to Castro 2)the) long trip through Russia that
;
better, though.) Today, as young peopleespeciallyundereducated had not been easy. The tall, of the two, probably more advanced view of the convention's mood, British have announced the ". the unquestionable

young peoplefindjobs somewhat austere Sena- in his views. Senator address the convention after in the progress
liberalization of machine tool last half dozen
However some young people do harder than ever to locate, the tor from Ohio was battling McCarthy has recentlyhad his nomination. Oddly enough trade with Eastern years towards greater
EuropeJan. person-
leave school for economic reasons. A "cost" of the additional two years of another sistent foe claim, an insidious that ,' per- something penetrating to he probably was dumped four ( 28)); 3)) the British have la security and greater per

hidden cost of education is the cost of schooling grows smaller. 'Taftcan't say in television inter- years later for the same reason sold 400 British buses to Castro sonal comfort may even have
win. views. He observes that the he was originally select
income foregone by a person who Cuba, with the option to strengthened rather than
"I'VE ALWAYS won," he consensus in the Democratic ed. weakened the
chooses school rather than a job. Fourteen grades of tuition-free buy 1,000 more (one doesn'tknow dogmatic and
had been telling his crowds. Party may be broad enough whether to be for ideological character of Soviet
=... Theodore. Schultz, of the University education and 12 grades of compulsory "That has been the whole his- to exclude old-fashioned HOPKINS SAID in advanceof sorry society" observation
Cuban bus riders for an -
or glad
-: of Chicago, in a study of the education won't come quickly- tory of my political career criteria in the selection of a the 1940 nomination that it British bus riders, the directly on the mark, con
) 4))
economics of education, finds lost income or easily. The cost in additional class- I've been a winner." vice presidential nominee.Mr. was essential that a vice pres- French have agreed :to tributing to the bipartisan exposure -
For a few days he had ignored Johnson is in a differ- idential candidate be chosen negotiate of Sir Alec
be the item in the and teachers is than Home's fatuity -
to largest rooms more a long term trade
the talk that he ent position than an embattled who had the qualifications to to the effect that
cost of schooling. most states and school districts be- couldn't win. Then overrid- candidate at a convention serve as president. And it is pact with the Soviet Union, better off with a fat and we sated are,

lieve they can afford. But just as society ing his advisers, he began to who may have to bar- this attitude which is developing to include strategic items than a lean and hungry, Soviet

-- He has calculated that U.S. high once found it desirable to demand defend against it. It was tir- gain off the vice presidencyto among liberals of the Democratic (Jan 28)); 5) the French have Union.
ing business. for himself. Nor It is offered to sell Red China jet-
support Party today.
school students in 193G: gave $6.6 eight or nine grades of educa-
up
That day, 12 years ago in so long as Mr. Johnson main- very fresh in their minds that liners (Feb. 3)); 6)) the Itali- TilE SO CALLED
:::: billion in potential wages, and college tion for everyone, so the vastly richer humanitarian
have
Exeter, the writer went into tains his present political there are no certainties of ans signed a pact with argument for

: students another $5.8 billion. TheE society of today may find it desirable the offices of the local gov- strength, is the need so great life for even a young and Russia to expand trade by Russians wheat is a sendingthe senti-

:E average high school student would to demand 12. ernment in an old two-story for a candidate who complements seemingly healthy president, to 15-20 per cent during 1964-65 mentality of the most mischievous -

brick building to find a tele- the President in some say nothing of a man of 55 (Feb. 5)); and 7) Japan has order. Because the Soviet

phone. The local preliminaries way, either geographically or who has suffered a serious agreed to expand trade with Union could very easily

I I II were on. in temperament or religion. heart attack.It Russia during 1964 by 14 per learn to feed its own people,
; I Going into the police chief's Religious cons {iderations is encouraging that poli- cent.On simply by distributing its

Voice of the office, the writer stopped December 9 last, farmlands to private owners.At .
I People short. The Senator sat in one Khrushchev add ressed the which point Russia could

of the old fashioned swivel BELOW OLYMPUS By l"'e'1""li' Central Committee of the not only feed itself, but resume -

I chairs, his long legs Communist Party and said exporting its agricultural -

I thrust out before him. He that he had to listen "frequently surplus, as. surprising to
0 The} Sim's I
n OpinionOpinions Page had his overcoat. His head
to complaintsfrom recall, was done under the
was back and his eyes clos- scientists that research czars and even under Lenin
and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Lettersmut ed. There was on his face
be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should look a institutes have difficulty obtaining for a brief period during the
not exceed 500 words and must be written .n only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot b* used. The of deep weariness. re-agents. We must. New Economic Policy Whatis

Sun reserve the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or Something else was on it, "he promised, "do .every going to happen, under present -
intent. too look of
a sadness that
thing possible so that our policies, is this: we shall

Canal: published by the US Army on the barge canal says "Ex- made him appear almost for- sicentists do not have to feed the Russians for a decade
Barge : lorn. It was enough to make
Engineer District Jacksonville cept for relatively small the : waste time in striving to or so, thus postponingtheir
reporter tiptoe out and
Florida's FoIl dated March 13, 1962, areas, the project's reservoirs find a phone in another of ( manufacture by their own efforts confrontation with real-
.- and a report of the Office of would remain uncleared. 0 (perish the thought!) ity and permitting them to

EDITOR, Sun: "It is para Chief Engineers, Washington, The comment is also made fice.ON PRLMARY night the instruments and re agents dispose of a greater part of

doxical but true," said the D.C., dated June 12, 1962. that this is really a boon, be- senator "Mr. Republican"and that they need. We must provide their working capital in pur

Tampa Tribune on Feb. 25. 1. Period of construction is cause it will keep the water "Mr. Conservative" them with all of this." suit of their war against us.

"that the natural attributes estimated at 6.5 years; project skiers away from the fisher- ran ahead until near mid-- r11i9 Ergo? And in due course, presumablyunder

which have been Florida's investment includes allowance men. There is no estimatedcost night when the larger towns The Department of Com- a different Administration -

chief selling points are now for interest during to boat owners for motors came in with majorities for merce has recently issued licenses we shall tire, as we are
beginning
now to tire of
being endangered by the construction. At the current damaged by underwater logs Gen. Eisenhower. From that for export of re-agent matic foreign aid and call dog-
an
symptoms of success in at- rate for which congress is and debris. night on the whisper becamea chemicals to Soviet labora- abrupt halt to it all. At that

tracting industry." being asked to appropriate All of this could not be so strident shout "Taft tories.IT point the Soviet will
peasantry
: It is also paradoxical but money for this project, the painful if, at the same time, can't win. IS CURIOUS to note go back to starvation. Unless,

; true that the Tampa Tribune completion date will be the the report of the Officer of the He didn't win. And it was that prominent members of meanwhile, the Soviet Union,

; favors the cross state barge year 2,000 A.D. This will probably Chief of Engineers did not not too long after the Con- the Democratic Left in the thanks to the refreshment we

Banal. which, it is hoped by be a good thing for the claim an annual benefit of gress convened to hear Pres- United States have now and will have given it, succeedsin

Tallahassee political figures. general public but it's goingto $650,000 for land enhance ident Eisenhower speak that a.... again accidentally shot down occupying other countries,
.
.
will' ; create an "American mean an astronomical increase ment. The district engineer's Sen. Taft let it be known he the principal arguments for from which to wrest the food

Ruhr" along its path. One in the interest allowance report says, "In addition to was suffering from cancer. til ?m+%..;As s increasing trade with the Soviet for its own citizens so that

thing is demonstrably clear scenic value. waterfront property It seems longer than 12 Union. As recently as more and more of them can

: it is impossible to build up a 2. Total navigational benefits has advantages for years ago. The stubborn conservatism August 19, 1963, for instance, work towards the goal of ex-

: heavy industrial complex per annum, based on a 50 boating, sport fishing and of Sen. Taft was "It's the partisan-politics ploy. You see a campaign Professor Walt Rostow, Chair porting their own wretchedness.

without attendant noxious odors year period are estimated at bathing. The report visualizes based on conclusions intelligently button, put on the same kind and go make a 'touch' !" man of the Policy Planning! .

air pollution and as recently $7,349,000. Guess who gets the people flocking to secure reached.matched His conservatism
Edmund
reported in the Tampa lion's share; $7,016,000 to long-term leases over this
Burke's definition of that
tribune observable damageto shippers of phosphate, petroleum dead tree studded waterfront losophy: 'Show the thing phi I

crops and animals.At etc., commercial fisher- property.sense.If This is arrant non contend for to be reason you; The Moon is NOT for Homes teadin !

the February 1963 National men get $70,000 and the gen show it to be common sense; o
Affairs Commi t tee eral public gets $118.000 in I were endowed with the show it to be the means of
meeting and directors meeting benefits to recreational boat crystal ball foresight of a attaining some useful end." By JACK WILSON you wouldn't like it anyway. plying to them. It said the bureau land to the exclusion of a

of the Florida State Chamber ing. Now, the initial cost of Drew Pearson, my final wordson IN THE 12 YEARS since Cowles Washington Bureau No air, for one thing. had no jurisdiction over home elsewhere ,"

i of Commerce, the directors this boon to transportation is this subject would be '*! Sen. Taft, we have come to WASHINGTON, D.C. It is The homestead rush seemsto territory on the moon and This letter only led to more

approved the National Af- estimated to be $145.5 millionsof predict that the completionof a timewhen a decent, hon- now 20 years since u.s. citizens have started in 1944, whenR. could not accept applicationsfor correspondence because, as

I lairs Committee's declaration federal taxpayers money the Florida cross state orable word is the propertyof began applying in quantity L. Farnsworth, of Glen it. word of it got about, many

I tjfpolicy! encouraging develop and $12.4 million of Florida barge canal will be followedby the Birch Society extrem- for homestead rights on Ellyn, Ill., describing himselfas "No doubt adequate publicity people applied for lunar land

i ment of the inland waterway5T taxpayers money. a population explosion of ists, and when Sen. Gold- the moon, and they're still the president of the U.S. will be given to whatever simply to get a copy of an in-

t : Florida whenever economically 3. The nice part of all thisis water moccasins. water, the antithesis of the doing it. Rocket Society: let it be known arrangements may be teresting government docu
made for the of -
r feasible and voted that the canal is absolutelytoll Congressman Clarence Can- scholarly and hard working that his organization was plan- filing applications ment. One correspondent was
for land other
down 35 to 28 a motion to free. Whether you own a non, chairman of the House senator from Ohio, is "Mr. The alleged new sophistication ning to build a rocket to go to on plan more straightforward: "I

i specifically recommend the canoe or a tug and five bargesyou Appropriations Committee, Conservative." Commonplaces about space travel and the moon. This led to inquiries ets when ever such arrangements would" like a copy of this
House Office Washington } astronomy hasn't noticeably the have been completed, letter, he said. "If I have to
would
I proposed cross Florida Barge can navigate from the Building, glib slogans and about who own
the letter said
D.C. named this evasions take the place of slowed the flow of letters that land there the travelers solemnly. make an idiotic applicationfor
Canal. In a meeting of the Gulf to the Atlantic without project once space
I wind up in the "moon file" in "Meantime, your attentionis land on the moon'in orderto
for what it is in conservative ii.
actually logic. occupied
Committee of the cost. Naturally the fed-
Resolutions any invited to the fact that if
the Bureau of Land Manage get the letter I will do so,
Chamber on Nov. 18, 1963. the eral taxpayers will be expected 1962. Why not write him a Some time ago, Mr. Eisen- ment. A year later, the advent of present provisions of the but I would prefer it if

t I action of the directors at the to come up with $6,390,000 letter? hower, who won over Sen. the atomic bomb gave moon homestead law remain in ef- could just send me a "you
reaffirmed for F. W. HODGE Taft in the convention of The only real change is that travel tremendous boost. copy
February meeting was annually operating charges a fect whenever land areas on The fascinating form letter
and was endorsed by and the state of Florida 1952, was so annoyed by the the letters used to begin "I The bureau began receivinga nearby planets are declaredto was abandoned some

Chamber membership on "* it oolitical subdivisionsestimated more clamorous slogans that know this may sound like a steady stream of letters in- constitute public domainof and years
the
+ was replaced
.... ago by a
he said he did not believe the "
uuu.uJ idea but... Now
silly they of set
about chances
wui an quiring the U.S.
Nov. 19. Grains of SandTrickledWllere who most using a propsective less attractive docum e n t
t for its persons were just say "Please inform me tling on the moon because
I submit that when a state $649,000 per annum homestead entryman must which says simply;
wide organization of responsible share of interest, amortization the word "c o n s e native"knew how I can apply..." You get there didn't seem any place present with his application an "It is not now, nor has it

business fails to acclaima and ,maintenance. ? the meaning of Taft it. the impression that in the past else to escape the bomb."I affidavit that he has personally ever been, possible for anyone -
I Remembering the career
prospective federal windfallof 4. If you want to see what and it with 20 years lunar real estate has, do hope there will be at examined the land sought to make application for

$157 million with oh's and the Oklawaka River will look WASHINGTON(e) New York-Times Everyone what conservatism comparing says it is business changed from a dream. to a least one law for all who receive and is familiar with its char- or obtain the rights to,land,on

ah's there is indeed a'ital like for most of the distance proposition.In grants (to lunar homesteads acteristics. the moon or planets throughthe
of the 100 United States today, one can say, "Amen
need to re-examine the merits between Rodman Dam and senators has a glass shaker of to the conclusion of the the interests of savingyou ) and that is absolutelyno "He must also be prepared, U. S. government. The' U.

1 of this project. For the purposes Sih'.g...,cTsit fVrrT a ride up black blotting sand on his Squire of Gettysburg. Thereare and the Bureau'of Land firearms of any kind, a in the event of favorable action S. has as yet made no claimto

of this exercise, let me Route 301 to Lake Marion in desk, a custom that goes backto definitions of conserva- Management, time and postage man in St. Louis, Mo., wroteon upon his application, to any territory beyond the

say that all statements of fact South Carolina. It is a vast the days of quill pens. In tive and conservatism in Web it can be stated that nobody his application.The enter upon the land sought earth. There are no specific

contained below are derived expanse of shallow lake, crest the last five years the whole ster's Dictionary for those owns the moon, that inquiries became so numerous within six months of the approval provisions of national ,law

from a copy of the "Economic ed by a dam, bristling with Senate has used a little more who might like' to have evena there are no provisions .for that a bureau official of his application and covering the acquisition of

valuation of the Cross Flo- the skeletons of a forest of than a pint of it. Where it brief explanation of the homesteading there and that drafted a form letter .for re- maintain residence upon the private rights in ,outer space."

t Tld Barge Canal Projects" trees. The engineers report went, nobody knows. words. -,


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(iainrsuillt Suit I F. Childs, Colored News Editor j! ____i Hornet's !I


MEETING PLANNED I I City because of the illness and

I THE The Petite Madamosille Club subsequent death of her father, : j: : Buzz :

: will meet today at 8:30 p.m. at I Richard Hampton.Miss ; I
I the home of Miss Leola Brock- H. Thomas :
JOHN 1. BABE1SOX. Fre Ue>t sid I Mary and By MARIE JONES ;
ribluher; PAT COWLES. Vic. President SOUTHBy II ington. of 112 NW 6th Place. Miss Carrie Williams, both of i ,

; ED JOHASOX, Tlct rrtaldeml Mrs. Susie Woods. president: I Thomasville, Ga., whose visit I __ !'
t Florlda' Beautiful aaj uuuu: Eir, w. G. "iU'. Mrs. Deloise Phillips reporter. here for the past two weeks as
t I ; EBERSOLE. 'Ice Pre&lde.t ad AlverftsIg I f On Feb. 20, Dr. Sagawa gavea the following delegates for the
RALPH of
McGILL
guests Miss Williams'
'Unlverslty City' Dlreeter; Boa TARTAGIr I relatives lecture to the biology students! state meeting: Eleanor Owens.
Ir i
Pmllli.r j
E Prize Vtuteg: Publisher PLANS REHEARSAL
UO E. ytee Prndes ud CwcILi. was pleasant, were
I .. Of t be AllMU. tG..) CMItlmlM I 'on "the Electron Microscope1and |Barbara Sheppard and Ronnie
Miaagcr. The choral group of Lodge flown to their home yesterday. I
t Cell. The electron microscope Hall alternate Patricia -
; delegate.
No. 113 will have its rehearsal Mrs. Mary H. Dooling, of ,
:.-- THE SUN'S POUCY From Taft:today at 8 p.m. at the home of Hampton, flew yesterday to !; is one of the most impor. Miller. A few other members -
tant inventions of modern phy- agreed to bear their own expenses
-
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Atlanta
Ross, of' Ga., because of the
:.:. 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. 704 SW 5th Terrace. ;illness of her daughter, Mrs. j'sics. It enable sscientists to observe -, they are Lottie Mae
2. Exp e it the opinions of the Sun in-but only n- d'tunas! the internal structure!i Taylor. Bettye Strawder and
Annie Mae
Jones whose
ToGoldwater ,
--:, 3. Publish all sides of important controversial i issues. I CHOIRS' FESTIVAL MEET was reported as slightly condition -i j that otherwise might never be Ella Mae Jones. The President,

:-. The Sun's telephones: All Department -372-8441 : The Choirs Festival meeting, improved. She will be away for known. :'Annie King and Vice-president

: Wont Ads-376-4672 ;has been set for March 8 at 3: several days. We are happy to have with':Annette Hill will automatically'attend

,pjn. at the regular meeting Mr. and Mrs. James R. Jones us George Campbell an intern; this meeting, also the

'place. i j I and daughter, Helen, all ofj,:i from FAMU, major Industrial. sponsors of this group.
Arts Education minor. lathe- The A. L. Mebane School body
Notes Made During the meeting, there will Philadelphia, Pa., arrived here ,
: at Exeter :be preaching and solos rend- I yesterday as guests of Mrs. matics.On welcomes Miss Danielle Lewisof
N.H.
12 Years Required EducationSecretary the: Snow roofs,glistened and along whiteon the l ered. Mrs. Mary DeBose, presi- Jones' relatives for a fortnight. : Thursday, Feb. :20! our Valdosta Ga., student at

l roads and streets it was bulldozed 'dent; Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re-j I i Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Evans of girls' basketball team journeyedto ,;Bethune-Cookman College Daytona -

of Labor W. WillardWirtz have earned $832: more and the college into high barriers to I porter; Mrs. Carrie Allen, pianist Orlando, were at Williston, recently Lincoln High School to participate -;( Beach, as an intern, her

is not the first to suggest extending student $1,947 more by working leave the way clear. As one : and Mrs. G. L. Souder, I visiting with friends. Mrs. I in the Girls' State Tour-cooperating teacher is Mrs. M.
reporter. :Bessie Mae Wesley, reporter, ''nament. Thewon their first F. Medlock. Miss Lewis is a
compulsory education to the came into Exeter the bandstand t .
fulltime than by attending school (Williston.) I|I over Douglas Andersonof member of the Woman's Senate
looked bleak and cold ; game
of 18 and free public schooling ;
age IALACIIUA NEWS and the Dramatics Club at Beth
and working part-time or not at all. with snow drifted on Its j Jacksonville, they lost to
through the first two years of college floor. I j I|PLANS MEETING :MEETING SUCCESSFUL Lake City in the last 45: seconds. une-Cookman. She is the daughter -

: but his concern with the unemployment Memory asked: Has it ;| The Heroines of Jericho will j i i The Clavers Men's Club meet'''of the game played Friday.I!, of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H.

problem makes it logical In times past-and in underde'eloped really been only 12 years?" (meet at the Mason Hall today ing held at the Recreation Cen- 'I They have done a nice job of: Lewis Valdosta, Ga. She plansto

for him to support the idea. economies today even a fair- It seems longer but it was I I at 8 p.m. at Alachua. ter, recently was very success-Claying this season. The "B"I complete her studies at Beth-

ly young child could perform useful just 12 years ago when the icaravan ,I ful. There were plans made for j I j I team played Newberry Elementary une-Cookman in June then to
|SLATES MEETING School do further studies at Atlanta
of Senator Robert the benefit of the club. on Thursday night
Wirtz probably would not maintain work on the farm or in other home Taft moved through snow-A. :. Azalea Court No. 104 will Those present included Oscar:jour' girls lost, but the twys were Unhcrsity. Atlanta, Ga.

that this is enough. Too many who businesses. Some of this ancient eco- banked: roads into Exeter.It ;I[meet at the regular meeting Williams secretary; Claude C. 'i victorious and won. I I Hurry! Hurry! Get your sea

now drop out of school at 16 do so nomic history is reflected in the had been a long, hard 'I.place on Thursday March 6, I.Ford, president; William Banks, I On Thursday and Friday colored son tickets to the Boys' State

from lack of interest or ability. They Iowa compulsory attendance law. It week for all concerned. The at 8 p.m.During Jr., and other whose names school day pictures were!j Basketball Tournament! Frist
Senator's opponent was far the meeting there will were not available William taken. There are 18 pictures ini''game of the Tournament will be
hardly would benefit from confine- requires attendance through the age II
away in offices oustide Par- be the election of officers. Banks, Jr., reporter. 'a package (2 large ones, and!j played Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
ment to classroom for another two of 15, or through the eighth grade
a is, General Dwight Eisenhower 16 small ones) priced at $2.50. |i i:Mebane Hornets will go against
years, unless the school program (which often is completed at age had been chosen to set NOTICE I j : The Student Council electedQ5bittiari 'Central! Academy of Plaltka.

were drastically changed. (Their absence 14), but it still exempts all children up the NATO defense plan. Prince Hall Lodge No.1 will I,--------- --- .-

from the labor market would 14 and older who hold full time jobs. All that week, the Senator meet at the Bell's Nursery HIGH SPRINGS NEWS
had been campaigningagainst School, tomorrow at 7 p.m. M. i BISHOP SPEAKS TODAY
make the unemployment figures look
that distant hero It Green, W.M.; Robert L. Smith, I Bishop Paul, of South Carolina -
better, though.) Today, as young people-especially had not been easy. The tall recording secretary. : will be the principal

under-educated young peoplefindjobs somewhat austere Sena- I WILLIE LEE JOHNSON :: speaker at the Church of God

However, some young people do harder than ever to locate the tor from Ohio was battling CLUB MEETING SET ; Willie Lee Johnson, son of Mr. I in Christ at High Springs today -

leave school for economic reasons. A "cost" of the additional two years: of another foe, an insidious, per- The S. Marion Weeks Club of and Mrs. Sidney Johnson of I at 8 p.m.
sistent claim that "Taft I the Mount Pleasant Methodist Brooker, died in the Bradford I
The
public is imited.
1 hidden cost of education is the cost of schooling grows smaller.
, can't win." Church with Rev. W. M. Ferguson County Hospital on Saturday following -

income foregone by a person who "I'VE ALWAYS won," he pastor, will meet at the an automobile accident.I!|i SHOW PLANNED

chooses school rather than a job. Fourteen grades of tuition-free had been telling his crowds. home of Mrs. Mable Balkman.on Duncan Brothrs, morticians I I There will be a Talent Showat

:-- Theodore. Schultz, of the Univer- education and 12 grades of compul- 'That has been the whole his- NW 10th Street, today at >}' will announce funeral arrange II the A. Q. Jones Elementary

;: : sity of Chicago in a study of the sory education won't come quicklyor tory of my political career I 8:30 p.m.GREEN ,' ..... of.t'Y'g. ments later. School, today at 8 p.m. Spon-
I've been a winner." : ." RICHARD HAMPTON sored by the Camelliaettes Club.
.
economics of education. finds lost in- easily. The cost in additional class- ",. ,
For a few he had The admission price: elementary
days
ignored ; IMPROVES Richard Hampton, father of
come to be the largest item in the rooms and teachers is more than .
the talk that he Fletcher Green well known Mrs. Clara Griffin and :Miss children. 15: cents: high
,
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cost of schooling. most states and school districts believe couldn't win. Then overrid- i / school, 25 cents adults, 35
Cornelius ;
in the city, who was a patient in! Hampton, will be laid i
I they can afford. But just as so- ing his advisers, he began to the Medical Center is now at &, to rest Wednesday at 10 a.m. in : cent

*..;, He has calculated that U.S. high ciety once found it desirable to demand defend against it. It was tiring !his home on NW 8th St., and was I : Asbury Park, N.J., 1417 Hicks I. -

= school students in 1956 gave up $6.6 eight or nine grades of educa- business. i t j reported as doing nicely. ATTENDS MEETL. Avenue. I|!CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS

billion in potential wages, and college tion for everyone so the vastly richer That day. 12 years ago in V. Davis (above) was in- MRS. LILLY TROUTMANMrs. I| Mt. Carmel Baptist There
LJ Exeter the writer
went into AILING IN HOSPITAL vited to Cleveland, Ohio, by I I
jj- students another S5.8; billion. The society of today may find it desirable the offices of the local govI I. the National Education Asso- Lilly Troutman, of 1248; will be mid-week Meditation

T 4-i; average high school student would to demand 12. ernment in an old two-story Joe Gaset of Jacksonville, II ciation and the Cleveland Ed- :"A" N.W. 5th Ave., died at her;( Services today, 7:30 p.m.; Youth
well-known here home Saturday after a linger.I Forum tomorrow, 7:30: p.m., and
Dr. .
... brick building find a telejjuuuc. L. B. ucation Association I
-- _J.. __ JrL._ '___1 ___,,_,___ i Childs houseman and chauffeur to participate in!! iIInf'\\_ ,also Choirs No.s 1 and 2 will
i m: iix.cu in a Citizenship Weekend -- : '
ies were on. is ailing in the Brewster Hos I meeting of the combined She was a deaconess in the i have their rehearsal and
:: I I Going into the preummar-I p ital.ERSONALS. ganizations. Davisleft Jack-or- Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. I Ushers' Board No. 2 meets,

office, the writer stopped sonville's Imerson Duncan Brothers, morticians I 8 p.m.; and Choirs No.3 will
Voice of the Airportand have its rehearsal 7p.m.
I will Thursday,
P announce la
arrangements '
People short. The Senator sat in one arrived in time for Friday's
I and also Teachers' Meeting
ter.
of the old fashioned swivel Mrs. Clara Griffin of NW 7th first General Session in

chairs, his long legs I A ve.,_left_recently for New York: the Cleveland Sheridan Hotel. 1 i HOWARD RICHARDSON I Wright, 7:30 pastor p.m.: Rev.Mrs. T.Esther A.
I .
: thrust out before him. He I I Howard Richardson of 230
.. On The Sun's Opinion Page had his Hamm, reporter.
overcoat. His head
I BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandi S.E. 13th Lane died at his home
Emanuel Baptist There will
back and
was his eyes clos-
Opinions end comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters ed. There was on his face Saturday after a brief illness. be prayer meeting today 7:30:
I = must be signed end bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A $letter should' a Duncan Brothers, morticians,
= not exceed 500 words and must be written an only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The look of deep weariness. will announce funeral p.m.Mt.
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or Something else was on it, arrangements Pleasant Methodist -
intent. later. There will be mid-week
Prayer
too a look of sadness that I I
made him ,Services today 7:30 p.m. The
Canal published by the US Army on the barge canal says "Ex appear almost for J AUBERY AUSTIN
r Barge : lorn. It was enough to make Aubery Austin I of Williston Commission of Stewardship and
Engineer District. Jacksonville cept for relatively small
the reporter tiptoe out and I died at his home Finance will meet tomorrow
E Florida's Folly dated March 13. 1962. areas the project's reservoirs yesterday eve-
find a phone in another of 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Inez Jones chair.
ning following a lingering illj -
and of the Office of would "
a report remain uncleared. I
Choir No. 2 will have
man. its
I- EDITOR, Sun "It is paradoxical Chief Engineers Washington, The comment is also made fice.ON 1 % j" ness. Mr. Austin lived in Willis- rehearsal T h .
PRLMARY night, the ; ton for number on u r :sday, 7 30
Z.: but true," said the D.C., dated June 12. 1962.' that this is really a boon, be- \G \ a great of years .p.m. Edell Turner president,
senator "Mr. Republican"and i Funeral :
Tribune Feb. 23 Period construction cause it will keep the water arrangements will be
= Tampa on 1. of is "Mr. Conservative" announced (j i Richard Parker, organist.
&
by Hughes Chestnut
"that the natural attributes estimated at 6.5 skiers away from the fisher- -!
years; pro- ran ahead until near midnight Funeral Home. East Side Church of God in
which have been Florida's ject investment includes allowance men. There is no estimatedcost when the larger towns ; Christ Church School 10 a.m.

chief selling points are now for interest during to boat owners for motors came in with majorities for LUKE CERTAIN I'I morning worship 11:30 a.m.:

IL being endangered by the construction. At the current damaged by underwater logs Gen. Eisenhower. From that Final rites for Luke Certain and evening worship, 7 p.m. EIder -

= symptoms of success in at- rate for which congress is and debris. night on the whisper becamea of 511 S.W. 6th Place, who died J. C. Carter, pastor.Mt. .

-. tracting industry." being asked to appropriate All of this could not be so strident shout "Taft Feb. 27 at the Veterans Hospital Olive Primitive Baptist-

Z. It is also paradoxical but money for this project, the painful if, at the same time, can't win." in Lake City following a lingering Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; morn-

27 true that the Tampa Tribune completion date will be the the report of the Officer of the He didn't win. And it was illness, will be conducted ing worship, 11 ajn.; and eve-

-favors the cross state barge year 2,000 A.D. This will prob- Chief of Engineers did not not too long after the Con- Saturday, March 7, at 2 p.m. ning worship, 6 p.m. Rev. H.

IZcanal, which, it is hoped by ably be a good thing for the claim an annual benefit of gress convened to hear Pres- .a. from the Mt. Nebo M. E. Church Kinsey, pastor.St. .

-Tallahassee political figures. general public but it's goingto $650,000 for land enhance- ident Eisenhower speak that with the Rev. G. S. Cameron Paul C.M.E. Morn i n g

-will create an "American mean an astronomical increase ment. The district engineer's Sen. Taft let it be known he [. officiating. Interment will follow -I. worship, 11 a.m.; and evening

:Ttuhr" along its path. One in the interest allow- report says. "In addition to was suffering from cancer. t ... -.... in the :Mt. Nebo Cemetery. worship, 6:30 p.m.
-thing is demonstrably clear ance. scenic value. waterfront pro- It seems longer than 12 The pallbearers will be memo Shady Grove Primitive Baptist

_Zjt is impossible to build up a 2. Total navigational bene- perty has advantages for years ago. The stubborn conservatism :: j) eN.fl.>@:9r. .f5 1 fI1s"Jt.s : : bers of the American Legion The children of the Shady

boating, fishing a dbathing' of Sen. Taft was Post. Grove Primitive Baptist Churchare
sport n
heavy industrial complex fits per annum based on a 50 the partisan-politics You ;
play.
based see a campaign Hughes & Chestnut Funeral asked to meet at 5'30
The visualizes on conclusions i j today
without attendant noxious od- year period are estimated at report gently reached. His intelilH H button, put on the same kind and go make a 'touch'1"you ,Home' in charge. p.m. for Easter rehearsal.
-ors, air pollution and, as recently 7349000. Guess who gets thelions people flocking to secure : ----
tism matched Edmund
reported in the Tampa share: $7,016,000 to long-term leases over this
Tribune, observable damage shippers of phosphate petroleum dead tree studded waterfront Burke's definition of that philosophy -

to crops and animals.At etc. commercial fisher- property. This is arrant non- contend: "Show for to the be thing reason you; The Moon is NOT for HomesteadineBy I

the February 1963 National men get $70,000 and the general sense. show it to be
common sense:
Affairs Commi t tee public get $118,000 in If I were endowed with the a
I show it to be the means of
) meeting and directors meeting benefits to recreational boat- crystal ball foresight of a attaining some useful end." JACK WILSON wouldn't like it anyway.No plying to them. It said the bureau land to the exclusion of a

of the Florida State Chamber ing. Now. the initial cost of Drew Pearson, my final wordson IN THE 12 YEARS since Cowles Washington Bureau air, for one thing. had no jurisdiction over home elsewhere ."

t of Commerce the directors this boon to transportation is this subject would be "I Sen. Taft, we have come to WASHINGTON, D.C. It is The homestead tush seemsto territory on the moon and This letter only led to more
approved the National Affairs estimated to be $145.5 millionsof predict that the completionof a time when a decent honorable could not accept applicationsfor
have
now 20 years since U.S. citizens started in 1914, whenR. correspondence because as
Committee's declarationof federal taxpayers money the Florida cross state word is the propertyof began applying in quan- L. Farnsworth, of Glen it."No. word of it got about, many
policy encouraging develop- and $12.4 million of Florida barge canal will be followedby the Birch Society extrem- tity for homestead rights on Ellyn, Ill., describing himselfas doubt adequate pub- people applied for lunar land

ment of the inland waterway taxpayers money. a population explosion" of ists, and when Sen. Gold- the moon, and they're still the president of the U.S. licity will be given to what- simply to get a copy of an in-

L of Florida whenever economically 3. The nice part of all this water moccasins. water, the antithesis of the doing it. Rocket Society, let it be known ever arrangements may be teresting government docu

F feasible and voted is that the canal is absolutelytoll Congressman Clarence Can- scholarly and hard working that his organization was plan- made for the filing of applications ment. One correspondent was

r down 35 to 28 a motion top free. Whether you own a non, chairman of the House senator from Ohio, is "Mr. The alleged new sophistication ning to build a rocket to go to forland on other plan- more straightforward'

specifically recommend the canoe or a tug and five bargesyou Appropriations Committee, Conservative." Commonplaces about space travel and the moon. This led to inquir. ets when ever such arrangements would like a copy of this

I proposed cross Florida Barge can navigate from the House Office Building, Wash- glib slogans and astronomy hasn't noticeably ies about who would own the have been completed," letter." he said. "If I have to

Canal In a meeting of the Gulf to the Atlantic without ington D.C.. named this project evasions take the place of slowed the flow of letters that land there once the space travelers the letter said solemnly. make an idiotic applicationfor

I Resolutions Committee of the any cost. Naturally the federal for what it actually is in conservative logic. wind up in the "moon file" in occupied u. "Meantime, jour attentionis land on the moon in orderto

Chamber on Nov. 18. 1963, the l taxpayers will be expected 1962. Why not write him a Some time ago, Mr. Eisenhower the Bureau of Land Manage invited to the fact that if *get the letter I will do so,

action of the directors at the to come up with $6.390,000 letter? who won over Sen. ment. the A atomic year later bomb, the advent of present provisions of the but I would prefer it if you

February meeting was reaffirmed !- annually for operating charges F. W. HODGE Taft in the convention of The only real change is that travel a tremendous gave boost.moon homestead law remain in effect could just send me a copy."

I and was endorsed by and the state of Floridaor 1952 was so annoyed by the the letters used to begin "I The bureau began receivinga whenever land areas on The fascinating form letter

the Chamber membership on'Nov. its political subdivisionswill more clamorous slogans that know this may sound like a steady stream of letters inquiring nearby planets are declaredto was abandoned some years

19. donate an estima ted he said he did not believe the silly idea, but..." Now they about chances of set- constitute public domainof ago, and was replaced by a
Grains of Sand persons who most were using the U.S., a propsective less attractive docwn
I submit that when a state- $649,000 per annum for its just say "Please inform me tling on the moon because e n t
wide organization of respon- share of interest amortization the word "c o n s e rvative" how I can apply..." You get there didn't seem place homestead entryman must which says simply:

sible business fails to acclaima and maintenance. Trickled-Where? knew the meaning of it. the impression that in the past else to escape the bomb."I any present with his application an "It is not now, nor has it
federal windfallof Remembering the Taft career 20 lunar real estate has affidavit that he has personally ever been possible for any-
prospective 4. U you want to see what years do hope there will be at
( ) New York and comparing it with examined the land sought one to make
e Times from dream to application for
million with oh's andah's. the Oklawaka River will look changed a a
$157 WASHINGTON Everyone what conservatism says it is least one law for all who receive and is familiar with its char. or obtain the rights to land on
business proposition.In
there is indeed a vital' like for most of the distance
of the 100 United States today, one can say, 4/Amen" grants (to lunar homesteads acteristics."He the moon or planets throughthe
t need to re-examine the merits between Rodman Dam and senators has a glass shaker of to the conclusion of the the interests of saving ) and that is absolutelyno must also be prepared, U. S. government. The U.

'I of this project. For the purposes Silver Springs, take a ride up black blotting sand on his Squire of Gettysburg. Thereare you, and the Bureau of Land firearms of any kind," a in the event of favorable action S. has as yet made .no claimto

of this exercise, let meL Route 301 to Lake Marion in desk, a custom that goes backto definitions of conserva- :Management, time and postage man in St. Louis Mo., wroteon upon his application, to any territory beyond the

say that all statements of fact South Carolina. It is a vast the days of quill pens. In tive and conservatism in Web- it can be stated that nobody his application. enter upon the land sought earth. There are no specific

I contained below are derived expanse of shallow lake crest the last five years the whole ster's Dictionary for those owns the moon, that The inquiries became so numerous within six months o! the approval provisions of national law

I from a copy of the "Economic ed by a dam bristling with Senate has used a little more who might like to have evena there are no provisions for that a bureau official of his application and covering the acquisition of

3 valuation of the Cross Flo- the skeletons of a forest of than a pint of it. Where it brief explanation of the homesteading there. and that drafted a form letter for re- maintain residence upon the private rights in outer space."

"ida Barge Canal Projects" trees. The engineers report went, nobody knows. words.
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: women f -nnn/ ,Orchid Expert Visits City -::: I Calendar Of -EventsTODAY I



March 3 !I I Mrs. R. R. Wiegman 2136 NW i University Women's Club.
I Alachua County .Diabetes :9th Avenue. I I

Lay Society, 7:30 p.m., FrankM. Gainesville Chapter 44,'FRIDAY, March 6
THE Hall Health Auditorium Dr. O.E.S., 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. Gainesville Bridge Club, 9
f fAffiILYW Y John Crago guest speaker. Gainesville Junior Worn a n's a.m., Holiday Inn.

Tuesday Evening Supper Club Club, Election Meeting, 9:15: a.m I Gainesville Little Theater,
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of Gainesville 6 p.m., 1402 West Clubhouse. ,"Ten Little Indians, 8:30 p.m.

Ruth W elmer.. . Women's- Editor University Avenue.Merrysteppers Gainesville Little Theater, t 4039 NW 16th Avenue.
I Covered dish I "Ten Little Indians," 8:30 p.m., 1! ADVERTISEMENTSHelps
: I supper, 6:30 p.m., City Recrea 4039 NW 16th Avenue. You Overcome W

A.D.Holtsir.Feted w tion Center. t VFW Ladies Auxiliary, 8 ,
p.m. TEETH
I University of Florida Archi- Post Home, Waldo Road. FALSE
tecture and Fine Arts Dames 8
I American
{ Association of Uni- Looseness and WorryNo
p.m. University Women's Club,
versity Women, Morning Inter- longer be annoyed or feel Ul- t-
at Reception i I James Masson, guest speaker. est Group, 9:15: a.m.. Mrs. S. CAM becaUM PASTEETH.of IOOM.Ml Improved wobbly alkalIne !tJ..-
teeth.
". I University of Florida Department I Doyle Webb, 3806 SW 5th Place. (non- cid)Powtfer.a prinktodoa
of Music Concert, Sarah I plat**holds tbem flrm.f"* '
I II University Women's Club feel Avoid emb rnusment -
A post-nuptial reception honoring -i I City and Mrs. Dennis K. Stan Traverse Clementine White and Evening more caused comfortable.by loose plat-.ad
Bridge
Guest
J their daughter and her ley.The : ; I Willard Brask 8:15 p.m., Uni'. Night F .ASTEJTH at any drug oounur.

husband Mr. and Mrs. Allen I round punch table was versity Auditorium. .

Douglas Holt Jr., was given,;:also covered in white satin aq SAVE.
Sunday afternoon in the Green adorned with garlands of smi- WEDNESDAY, March 4 WATCH FOR OUR

Room of the Holiday Inn by I I lax'and pink nosegays and cen- I Gainesville Bridge Club 7:30!,

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Graves. tered by the silver punch bowl. p.m., Holiday Inn. I
I I University of Florida WEEKLYSPECIALS
Hospital
Punch Miss
Greeting guests at the door was poured by I
were Mrs. Percy Beard and' Katherine and Miss Beth Auxiliary Anniversary, Cof-

Mrs. William O'Neal. Graves sisters of the hono-1 During a sojourn in Gainesville, Gordon W. Dillon of Cambridge Mass., sec- fee to 11 and Business Meeting; 9:30: ':
a.m., Hospital private
In the receiving line were ree, Miss Carolyn Brandt and ond from left, made a visit to the greenhouse of Malcolm Shea. Chatting with dining room.Gainesville. j
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the honorees, Mr. and Mrs. A. Miss Anne Merrill Henry. I the visitor are, from left to right Dr. Donald Morrison Jr., Dr. Thomas J. | 'Fine Arts Association -I
D. Holt, parents of the bridegroom The party rooms were light- Sheehan and Mr. Shea. Mr. Dillon, who is executive secretary of the American 8 '
Recreation Cen-
and the hosts. ed by several floor candelabra I Orchid Society and connected wit hi' the Botanical Museum of Harvard University p.m. Retail Discount R9. Week This

Spring flowers decorated the holding white tapers and festooned was the houseguest of Dr. and :Mrs. Sheehan while here. He is also editor Price
with smilax and pink I of I'ter.'I''I'
reception rooms. The firepcemantel ; l the American Orchid Society Bulletin.Brides' Spalding
held a large arrangement flowers.A GOLF BALLS ....".... 3 for 3.25 3 for 2.25 3 for 1.69

of snapdragons roses, string ensemble provided Church Nelson 1013 SW 2nd Avenue. I Shakespeare
carnations and baby's breathin music during the reception Bridal I Medical Dames Mad Hatter I GOLF BALLS ....?.14.75 doi.11.06 do%. 8.87 do%.

shades of white pink and hours. Party, 8 p.m., Mrs. Myron j j( Schick 3-Speed
Assisting in the hospitalities: 620 ELEC. SHAVER ...... 31.50 19.88 12.99
rose. Wheat NW 32nd Street. |
The coffee table covered during the afternoon were University City Bridge Club I Schick Custom otic
was Mr. andIrs.. John Eib- BookWEDNESDAY Circles ELEC. SHAVER 22.50 16.88 8.99
with a floor-length cloth of Party 7:45 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers
ner, Pepper Brass
15th Terrace.
white satin with garlands of
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ell- PLANTERS from 6009.50 3305.70 1953.45
smilax caught with nosegays of TODAY March 3 Gainesville Woman's Club .
enson Mr. and Mrs. H o b art March 4 9" 12" 15"-18" ..
American
pink camellias and rosebuds. Home Division 10
Hooser Mr. and Mrs. David First Presbyterian Church Olympic 9-pc.
The table was centered with a Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Norman Luncheon honoring Miss Ka- GivenA Women I'a.m., Annual Florida Clubwom-I I Hoi Clipper M .... 14.95 6.99 5.97

large silver candelabrum hold- Carlson Mr. and Mrs. Norman ren Owens bride elect of Rob- 3 p.m., Circle 8, Mrs. Walter an's house.Sewing Contest Club- PolaColor Type 48

ing a tall arrangement of pink Sloan Mr. and Mrs. Edward ert R. Rowe 1 p.m., Mrs. J. F. 1,Davison Church Parlor. Film limit one .. 4.26 3.99
, snapdragons roses, and car I Kensler, Mr. and Mrs. Hope and Mrs. Norwood Hope surprise buffet supper and 7:30: p.m., Circle 12, Mrs. Lucille -I Choral University Woman's Club Regina FloorPolisherNo.

nations and white tapers. I Billy Kinard Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville Golf and Country I miscellaneous to honor Miss shower Lucienne was given Pi--!I B. Stringfellow and Miss,,house. Group 10 a.m., Club- RiA 29.95 23.96 19.97

Pouring coffee during the .afternoon :, Perry Moore. Mrs. A. M. Club. renian bride elect of Robert!,Gar 1 and McCutchen, Church Democratic Women's Club 8p.m. Coastal Steel
were Mrs. Everett M. Henry. Mrs. Ernest Bell Mrs.: Coffee honoring Miss Anne William Parlor. .. HOBBY HORSE ...... 39.95 29.97 15.9
Decker Monday eve-I I Guaranty Federal: Savingsand
Yon Mrs. William A. Shands, Don Brown and Mrs. Sterling I Purvis bride elect of Billie Nu ning by Mrs. Kenneth Brown- 8 p.m., Circle 9, Mrs. Virgin: Loan Community Room. Westinghouse ELEC.ROASTER18qt..
Mrs. Dudley Griner of Cross II Dupree. gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville i ia Steen 2213 NW 7th Lane; Circle 49.95 37.97 32.99
j I field who e n t e r tamed at her Chapter I, P.E.O., 10 a.m.
Mrs. W. B.
10 Mrs.
Stotesbury,1021NE Darrel J.
home. I Mase Mrs. S. G. Sadler 3904 NW 13th'Street. I USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE or
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Appointments followed a hobo 'Mrs. Dallas C. Dickey, 1405 NE II CONVENIENT BUDGET PLAN
THURSDAY, March 5 theme and the shower gifts 6th Terrace. University Women's Club

Coffee complimenting Miss wrapped in newspaper and deer Newcomers Eight O'Clock : IMPERIAL DIVISION
Karen Owens;, fiancee of RobertR. r orated with artificial flowers University Lutheran Church Group 8 p.m.. Clubhouse, New-

to GMw 9 Rowe 10:30: a.m. until noon, fruits and vegetables were Women berry Road Roger Hill, guest I
fXrL Mrs. Ralph l Cellon Mrs. Tom presented to the honoree. 8 p.m.. University Lutheran speaker.

'do Martin and Mrs. Ralph CellonJr. 1 I Guests included Mrs. Z. M. Pi Church Women Mrs. Philip f r THURSDAY, MARCH 5 j,

., hostesses at the Ralph Cel- renian mother of the bride Dahlberg 1103 SW 5th Avenue. University Mothers' Club, 10] APLE HO

\ t\\ UoSEflINELOWMAN lon home at Hague. elect; Mrs. Robert Cockrell, Wesley Church Community Methodist a.m.. Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz and I I

SATURDAY, March 7 Mrs. William Envin Mrs. VanA. 7:30: WSCS Mrs. S. H. Millikan President's
Executive
D u r r e 11, Mrs. Michael Committee p.m. Residence 2151 West University J South Main .$fc ft VrV
Luncheon complimentingMiss Swaine Mrs. Palmer Proctor Church; 8 p.m., Avenue.
\ WSCS General I
) Lucienne Pirenian, fianceeof Mrs. Larry Travis Mrs. David First Lutheran Meeting Church. Chapter CQ P.E.O., 8 p.m.
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Robert William Decker 12:30 Bludworth Mrs. Daniel Witty
iiiiM p.m., Mrs. Robert S. Mullen Mrs. Richard Gurley, Mrs. Rich- Guild ._ [CLIP THIS COUPON
Holiday Inn.Luncheon. I ard Owen and Miss Rosemary 9:30: a.m., Miriam Circle Mrs.

Poor Posture Makes feting Miss Karen!Welch. Werner Street. L a ute r, 121 NE 45th SALE ON 4hrs. Only_ 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. WEDNESDAY MARCH 4lk .

Owens bride-elect of Robert R. The wedding of Miss Pirenianand Gethsemane Lutheran Church
Rowe 1 p.m., Mrs. Roy D. Cel- Mr. Decker will take place 8 Gethsemane Bring this coupon and $1.00 plus tax to our store and you will receive
Waistline ThickerThe I lon, Mrs. W. E. .Cellon, Mrs. April 18 at the First Prebyterian Church p.m. Women Mrs.Lutheran Ruthe both knives, you will save $3.00. They have been advertised on TV,
Lindley Cellon and Mrs. Henry Church. Radio and newspapers for $2.00 each. ''So clip this coupon now
Koch 3927 SW 19th Street. .
dictionary defines! If you would like to have my 1 Raattama hostesses at the RoyD. "

"waist" as the small part of the\ tested exercises for waist Cellon home in LaCrosse. Newcomers First Methodist Church WSCS Miracle C THIS COUPON

body between the thorax and: self-addressed envelope with Luncheon honoring Miss Anne 3 p.m., Circle 8, Mrs. J. L. Co- Edge = AND
the hips. Would that it were always -' jour request for leaflet number Purvis bride elect of Billie Nu ker, 3916 SW 3rd Avenue; Cir-
small! I 6 to Josephine Lowman in gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville Group To MeetMoney cle 9, Mrs. R. J. Hayes, Route Self SharpeningWorld's Most Versatile Knife 00'

The sad truth is that many care of the Gainesville Sun. Mrs. A. K. Brill Mrs. Tho- 4, Box 112; Circle 10, Mrs. D. B. Stainless Steel. Feels shreds dices trims, pares grates, S1
women from middle age on, mas M. Brill and Miss Judy management in the Beasley 415 NW 1st Street and SafetyGripHandle spreads scales. Right or left handed. Peels
carry a lot of extra weight Music Group Brill, Gainesville Golf and Coun- home will be discussed at the Circle 11, Mrs. Herbert Yoho, op or down. .
through their waistlines just as try Club. Wednesday meeting of the Eight 3511 NW 39th Avenue. Will For a Set of

ships carry ballasts in their Will MeetWednesdQY Dinner complimenting Miss O'clock Group of the University 7:30 p.m., Circle 12, Mrs. Not Bum, Break, 2 Knives
Women's Club Newcomersat George Summers, 1034 NW 4th
middles. Anne Purvis and her fiance, Crack or Chip While/ They Last
Saw! a nail in two slice a tomato frozen
Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of the University Women's Clubhouse Street. foods meat saw. Cuts ugh through the Supply l r. Limited.
This thickening through the Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. A. West Newberry Road. 8 p.m., Circle 13, Mrs. Jack Makes A bone. They will be ,..00 after today's Sale.
center which assails most men Guest Hill Toombs, 1335 NE 7th Wonderful Gift IDEAL FOR
Frank Green, Gainesville Golf speaker, Roger as- Terrace.
LIMIT 3 SETS TO COUPON
and from middle on Mrs. Anna Lupkiewicz will be
women age
and Country Club. sistant economist for the Flori- Grace Presbyterian Church Has Instruction Card. Kitchen, Camping,
is the result of several factors hostess when the Gainesville
Wedding of Miss Jo Anne Hollander da Agricultural Extension Service 7:30 p.m., Circle 3, Mrs. Rob- If you can't attend sale McCRORY'S Fishing, Girl Scouts,
which combine to create the I'Music Teachers Associationmeets daughter of Mr. and will have as his topic "Mo- ert Sym 3420 NW 4th Street. send someone for you. Boy Scouts, Butcher. Of
middle age silhouette. on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Clinton Hollander, and J. ney Management and Consumer University Methodist WSCS But don't! miss it! GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Poultry Markets.

Unless we battle it, we gain at her home 1070 NE 13th Richard Coggins son of Mr. Economics. I 8 p.m., Circle 3, Mrs. C. M .. . -. -

weight as the years pass. II Place.Guest artist for the evening,I and Mrs. Floyd Coggins 8 p.m., Refreshments will be served Kaufman 2150 NW 8th Avenue. -
Carol Estates Baptist Church. following the program.
Unless we exercise, our muscles \ -K. ---
will be Mrs. Alan Conger violinist
become lax. The average, who will present numbersby

woman at mid life eats more, Malipiero, Faure and Bar- EARL C. MAY
or at least as much, and is less1!
tok. Mrs. Elwood Keister will
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accompany at piano.A ;
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Problems" will be
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Turkey and Greece the right to ence to this treaty omitted and I

intervene to preserve the eo insisted on a Security Council
Cyprus to Okay stitution, which grants the Turk guarantee for the territorial integrity
ish Cypriot minority veto rights of the island republic as .
that Makarios wants to do away protection against invasion by

UN Peace ForceUNITED I with. Cyprus wanted all refer Turkey. + ':, ,,,,' i: '


t THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY! ;
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NATIONS, N.Y., garded as the key to the plan's 1 '
(AP-Cyprus was expected to' II ,-..
success. It faced a Soviet .
possible J.
give its approval today to a new ::: .'- .
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small-nation proposal authorizing veto unless it met the approval c Don't Let
: U.N. Secretary-General U of Archbishop Makarios,I
Thant to send an international the Greek Cypriot president of" :
pace force to the Mediterranean Cyprus. This Happen "
island. What's
Neither the Cyprus nor the .
The compromise formula, Soviet delegation would com tcJ 1' To YOU .
worked out by five of the six "
ment on the resolution. Sources "C ,
elected members of the UJf close to the Greek Cypriots said I cJILHOMESTEAD! When you file for your
Security Council, was presented they believed Makarios wouldgo I
to the 11-nation council Monday along. .
by Brazilian delegate Carlos Alfredo -,
Bernardes. The resolution was drafted by EXEMPTIONYOU
The resolution also called for Brazil, Norway, Ivory Coast, specialty?
Thant' to name a mediator to Morocco and Bolivia. your
help solve the constitutional cdlisthat CAN SAVE UP TO $250
has brought the Greek The main obstacle had not ,
and Turkish been the proposed international BEFORE APRIL 1st
Cypriots nearly to
civil war. force, but finding a way to meet with I
conflicting demands of Cyprusand
Acceptance
by Cyprus was re-
a 1960 Turkey treaty on guaranteeing how to refer the to J. PIERCE SMITH Big talk, small talk?

Cypriot constitution.The ,
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Costopoulos said that as part L I 37 NO. MAIN ST., GAINESVILLE FLA. ,
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later this month. .
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addition there will be joint na ;
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In Talent ; w By BOB GREEN
1 Ii II Associated Press Sports Writer

Kansas State, Miami and St.bseph's .
!4 f have joined the "ins,"
Basketball fans, especially those in the Southeastern Con-
Wichita became a large "maybe March 3, 1964ls'
, I ference, should know that Vanderbilt and Florida won't be the ," Ohio State a "could be" T 1 I I Pa9

, 1 only teams around the nation welcoming back virtually an and whatever happened to Ken-

. intact for .
squad 1964-65 play. tucky?

I I The Commodores, 19-6! ) this season, don't lose a player and
.1 likely will rank as the nominal favorite to succeed Kentucky Miami Fla., and St. Joseph'sPa.

r[ I' as SEC champion. Florida loses only center Mont Highley. ., accepted invitations Monday -ney spot since the Wolverines I*league with the triumph over' In other major action, Stan-

r, But get a glance at the remainder of the country. Michigan to the National Invitation haven't been in the tourney in Oklahoma State, its ninth ford romped over WashingtonState

I returns everyone except guard Bob Cantrell and he's the only Tourney, the seventh and eighth 16 years and Ohio State madeit straight and fourth in overtime.The 81-55 Idaho beat Montana

player on the squad under 6-5. Minnesota loses just one teams in the 12-team bracket. two years ago. loss spoiled Oklahoma 64-51, Minnesota whipped Wisconsin -
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: from its top six group, Northwestern has a frosh squad W. Kansas State clinched the Big Kansas State pushed its over- State's bid for Coach Henry 105-96 and Iowa upset
3 Eight basketball title and the all record to 18-5 and 10-2 in theMichigan Iba's 700th coaching victory. Purdue 8174.
accompanying NCAA tourney
berth. Wichita clinched a shareof

I'I'J ,, the Missouri Valley Confer- Pushes Past
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'namf:: :'1 1.It; T :" ence lead which also entails an
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ti : : I \ NCAA tourney spot And Ohio

'Siveet As State kept its hopes alive.

SUII Spo 1 'f. it ,, < Candy9 Now %S-O Kentucky In Top TenBy

Cedar Key's Candy Clark reigns this week as the UCLA, top-ranked in the na-

Sun's "Sweetheart of the Week." The attractive tion, rolled on unbeaten, pushing BEN OLAN Duke and Oregon State col UCLA lifted its record to 24-0

touted to be the equal of Ohio State's Jerry Lucas John brunette is a member of the Sharks' girls' basketball its mark to 25-0 with an 8757 Associated Press Sports Writer lected the remaining first place last week by defeating Washington -

Havlicek gang. Indiana, last-place team in the Big Ten this team. (Sun Photo by Eddie Davis) rout of California. Michigan's Wolverines moved votes. The final poll will be and Washington State. Mich-

year, has the VanArsdale twins returning. But whatever happened to into the runner-up position be- taken next week. igan beat Illinois for a 19-3
Down Texas way, virtually unknown Texas Western is ex- I Kentucky? hind all-conquering UCLA in Michigan switched places mark while Kentucky lost its

pected to be a real toughie. One rival coach claims the Miners' Roy Emerson It appears that Coach Adolph I The Associated Press major- with Kentucky's Wildcats. The third game of the campaign, 65-

redshirts could beat the varsity. Rupp's nationally third-ranked college basketball poll today. Wolverines had 322 points and 59 to Alabama, and then

heroes got caught looking the UCLA piled up 398 points on Kentucky 300 on a basis of 10 whipped Tennessee 42-38. The
Bills to Be Tough other way. St. Louis, an also- 38 votes for first place and two for a first place vote, 9 for sec- Wildcats have won 21.

To ContinueAs ran, shocked the Wildcats 67-60 for second from the 40 regional ond etc. The balloting was
St. Louis, which upended Kentucky last night, 67-60, has Duke, Wichita and Oregon
in Kentucky's final game of the selectors participating in the based on games through last
only one senior and he's just a part-time player. regular season.It next-to-last poll of the season. Saturday.and State followed Kentucky, holding
Davidson, of the nation's better clubs this year despite its their positions in the same
shocking loss to Virginia Military in the Southeastern Confer- Amateur was Kentucky's first loss of order as last week.

ence tourney semi-finals last week, returns four starters, in- the season on its home court However, Davidson's 81-82 set-
cluding 6-9 center Fred Hetzel.Don't and reduced the Southeastern Fight HearingsHit { back by Virginia Military resulted -

shed any tears for Coach Adolph Rupp's 'Cats who By ALLISON DANZIG on behalf of the International'Conference champions over-all i in a shuffle in the final
214. The St. Louis
record to
four
in
will lose Cotton Nash and Ted Deeken, their top two scorers. firm fjmrk (Ftmrfl Professional Tennis Players Association zone limited Kentucky's Cotton Wildcats places the Top Ten. The
from Davidson
1 Frank Ramsey of the Boston Celtics sat in on a recent UK of which Cooper is until he RoadblockWASHINGTON N.C.
field
Nash to two goals
tumbled into the 10th while
NEW YORK Emersonhas spot
frosh game. After watching a 6-3 forward named Louie Roy secretary.
in the last two
broke through Villanova
Dampier around the court for 39 decided against acceptinga DePaul and Loyolaof
romp points, Ramsey Emerson said at the time, minutes after the game was out
predicted the youngster would develop into one of Kentuc- professional tennis contract "I have never been so serious of reach. (AP) A the idea was revived after notch Chicago to seventh each climbed one
and will continue to play as an eight and
ky's all-time great players and scorers.In about turning professional in Kansas State, meanwhile, planned running start this weekon Clay dethroned Liston a week ninth, respectively.The .
amateur the action of
despite
the SEC, predictions already have Vandy, Kentucky, Ten- my career as now that I am edged Oklahoma State 63-59 in a Senate investigation of an ago tonight. Ten
Top with first
his home association in barringhim place
nessee and the Gators as a Big Four a season hence. banned from unusual
playing for the and clinched its promotional deal be-
from the Australian Davis overtime sev- Hart had expected a lull in votes in parentheses and pointson
Fair WordsAnd Cup team. Davis Cup." enth Big Eight title in nine tween heavyweight boxing Senate business which would a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis:
Play Dirty Happy years, with the help of Kansas, champion Cassius Clay and ex- let him conduct hearings Thurs- 1. UCLA (38)) 398
Speaking by telephone today Today he said: "I am happy which eliminated runner-up Colorado -champ Sonny Liston has run day and Friday, with Liston and 2. Michigan 322
here's one to ponder. from Pompano Beach, Fla., that I can remain an amateur 73-71 in overtime.Tie into a roadblock.Sen. Clay among the witnesses.But 3. Kentucky 300
Before Ohio State's crucial recent game with Michigan Emerson said a three-year ex- working for Philip Morris. Its Drake Philip A. Hart, D-Mich., his announcement said he 4. Duke ((1) 273
the Buckeyes won it the OSU student paper, the Lantern, tension of his contract as a a life job, and I will play Wichita, ranked fifth in the announced Monday he will haveto has learned he probably will be 5. Wichita 209
urged students to fill the arena with noise and clamor and said sales and public relations amateur tennis as long as I North Texas the
representative nation, whipped delay hearings until after refused permission to conduct 6. Oregon State ((1)) 203
that a little booing would be of no help to Michigan.Two for Philip Morris can and hope that the ban on State 90-83 and tied idle Drake the Senate finishes its forthcoming any hearings while the Senate 7. Villanova 125

days after the game the paper said this: (Australia) Ltd. to 1967 and an my playing for the Davis Cup for the Missouri Valley top spot debate on the civil rights pursues a schedule of early- 8. DePaul 94
"For the most part, the booing was carried out to a satis- increase in salary had been the will be lifted" each with 10-2 and the regular bill. Thus the Clay-Liston hear- starting sessions to clear the 9, Chicago Loyola 81

factory level, despite some rebellious action on the part of determining factors in his re- Emerson holds the champion- season completed. They'll meet ings probably won't begin for way for the civil rights debate. 10. Davidson 44
the Michigan and Ohio State squads who persisted in shaking jection of a professional con- ships of Australia and France. Friday in a playoff game to determine several weeks or months. I
hands and playing fairly. It is comforting to know that not tract. The Australian, who defeated the league's NCAA rep-
everyone is drowning in a sea of sportsmanship. Maybe some- In Tampa Saturday, Emerson Chuck' McKinley and Dennis resentative.All But, Hart said the probe
day the players themselves will wake up and start playingsome said that he had been offered Ralston in the Davis Cup Challenge America Gary Bradds will be "one of the first ordersof Arnie

good, dirty basketball." $50,000 for 30 months by Ashley Round matches in De- helped keep Ohio State in the business" for his Senate Anti-

Wowie! We're reeling! Cooper of Australia, acting cember, when the United States Big Ten picture, leading the trust and Monopoly subcommittee -
won the Cup for the first time Buckeyes to an 86-75 triumphover after the civil rights fight

NFL BACKS OUT since 1958 was barred from the Illinois. Bradds tossed in has been settled. To Be

team last Friday. 34 points in Ohio State's fifth The fight hearings will beheld .Y

Ken Fletcher, who ranks thirdin straight league triumph. It put against the background of

No Friday Night TV GamesNEW his country, came under the the Buckeyes into the top spot proposed legislation designed to

ban, too. The action was taken with an 11-2 record but they'll place big time professional boxing Back?
by the Lawn Tennis Associationof need help to make it to the I under tough federal policingby

YORK (AP-The) Na- the undeclared and unofficial in no way disturbs a longstanding Australia when the two players NCAA tourney. I a national boxing commis- :; .

tional Football League says dispute. I NFL provision allowing in- ignored an ultimatum that 10-% Mark I sioner. 9'. NEW ORLEANS (AP-Golf
there will be no national tele- I they desist from competing Mighty Michigan ranked second The official would have broad
touring professionals
vision of its Friday night games. I "We are very pleased by the dividual clubs to televise their abroad. They continued to playin in the nation, has a 10-2 powers to check into agreements riving much comfort aren't out de-of

College and high school leaders decision by the NFL," said Asa road games back to their home the Dixie tournament a t conference mark with two between the camps of Arnold Palmer's mild winter

say that's just dandy, and all I Bushnell, head of the NCAA areas, regardless of the day of Tampa, where Emerson won on games to go. Ohio State has I rival boxers, between boxers slump-they're convinced he'll

is sweetness and light today in television committee after the the week the game is played. Sunday. only one remaining If they end and "hidden" managers, and to snap back.
statement by NFL Commissioner Emerson and Fletcher intendto in a tie, Michigan gets the tour combat underworld infiltrationof
Pete Rozelle ,Monday. play amateur tennis in the the boxing business. L.. "This fellow has entirely too
Hale Built United States and elsewhere The legislation was suggested ARNOLD PALMER much ability and too much de-

Gator Docs "We feel it was the wise decision right through the spring. Flet- several years ago by the late In a Rut sire to be held down for very
to make to avoid overexposure cher, Emerson said, is thinkingof I Sen. Estes Kefauver, D-Tenn., long," Bill Capser Jr. said to-

Win of football on television -' Miami Team returning home in Septemberand Results I ', day... "He may have to subordinate -
AgainIn ,' Bushnell continued. "It studying medicine. some of his outside interests -
Celtics Must Face
leaves Friday night to the high I Leave Florida I Royals : but I'm convinced he'll be
schools and the few colleges I! From ScratchMIAMI The Australians left Pompano St.CCNY Mlchars 73. Bridgeport vt. 14.66 Vermont 74 winning golf tournaments for

City LoopGator I that play on that night." I Beach today for Caracas, Ven- Wichita St. Louis 90 67. Kentucky No. Texas 60 St. 83 I And 'Improved9 Robertson :years to come..

ezuela. From there they go to Ohio State 16. Illinois 74 "He's more or less
playing
Docs held off Commu- The NFL had put a Kansas St. 63. Okla. Stale SI (ot)
"prema- Jamaica Miami Puerto
AP Coach Bruce Rico what
( ) Kansas 73 Colorado 71 (ot) you call o'possum right
Workers for a 60-54 win ture" label on published Wisconsin NEW YORK (AP-When the adelphia last set
nication reports "Slick" Hale built his National St. Petersburg, Fla.; Houston' Mlnnsota 105. Saturday a now," added Gary Player, the
Iowa 81, Purdue 74
in City League basketball play of a possible national telecast- and probably Dallas before leav- Oklahoma 82 Nbraska 76 Boston Celtics put their Eastern single-game high current sea- little South African who has
last night at P. K. Yonge gym. ing of a series of five Friday Invitation Tournament bound ing for Europe. West UCLA Texas 17 California St. 100 57 New Mextto St. 51 Division supremacy on the line son, is among the top five re- been chasing Yankee gold so

Penn Chem won from Central night pro games, but didn't get Miami basketball team almost Emerson is planning to com- Stanford 11. Washington St. 55 Wednesday and Thursday in trievers long he also has picked
64 up
Florida Gas Jets, 60-50, in the around to a concrete statementon from scratch. pete at Forest Hills, as well as So.Portland Calif.88 85. Gonzaga Washington 84 back-to-back National Basketball American slang expressions.
Lucas is No. 1 in field
goal
other contest. it until Monday. Those re-'] at Wimbledon and in the Idaho 64. Montana 51 Association scuffles with "When the big ones come
ports had brought considerable The team that shattered the French championship.There Cincinnati they'll be contendingwith accuracy with a .528 percentage up,
Arnie will be there when it
from the floor. Robertson is .853
On Saturday night, Duke fire[ from the National Collegiate college scoring record was built may be some questionof Two UnsignedFORT an "improved" Oscar Rob- from the foul line and has averaged counts.
Lumber beat Fire Department, Athletic whether his will be ertson.
entry
Association through around the one regular return-
10.9 assists How can bet against him In
per-game, you
Club CWA
6033. The Tipoff Fla.'
Wimbledon LAUDERDALE
Executive Director Walter By- from the 1962-63 team that accepted at if Aus- The "
ing Royals' ace hasn't been best figures in each category. the Masters?
was postponed until tomorrow member of the (AP-Pitchers Jim Bouton and
tralia British
game night when it will be ers and Bushnell, as well as won 23 games. But what a man Commonwealth, a the Hal Reniff were the New YorkYankees' exactly lagging-he paces the Boston's top scorer is John Palmer, the sport's all-time
leaders of various high school pressures NBA in two individual depart- Havlicek 10th in the league i leading winner who seta
money
played as a preliminary to -Rick Barry, one of the mos t: English association to reject it. only unsigned players I
ments, according to latest with a 19.8 average. record winning mark of $128-
Florida's contest with Tennessee. groups.A effective front court players and I "I don't know what the situa- today after utility infielder Phil]
league statistics. But Robby has 230 last has caused
league spokesman pointedout one of the most prolific scorers tion will be in England," said Linz accepted 1964 contract year some
been stepping up his point concern to through Ar-
ni.1tnJnm&I..... ___.__ led Gator__n_ Docs however that the decision i in the nation. Emerson. .terms Monday. while adding to production his UF Frosh nie's Army sweep because of his failure

with 28 points while Bert McDowell leads in playmaking and free to win a tournament so far
BUT SCARS MAY LINGER
had 13. Doyle Thomashit throw accuracy. this year.

17 for CWA. Nine Opens Palmer, whose score of 289
Joyce led Penn Chem with 25 Robertson, second to San gave him a 10th place finish in
points and Bill Allen had 14. Francisco's Wilt Chamberlainin the New Orleans Open won

Smith topped Gas Jets with 11. Koufax-LA Battle Over the scoring column, raised With VictoryFlorida's Monday by Mason Rudolph, acknowledges
Davis paced the Lumbermenwith his average from 31.1 to 31.3 in that he is having

14 points and Alan Blue last week's action. Chamberlainalso freshman baseball his troubles, but says he isn'tgreatly
had 12. Perry Kirkland had seven showed a gain-from 36.5 team opened its season yester- troubled.Tipoff.
for Firemen. I VERO BEACH. Fla. (AP- ,forced to agree to their terms Koufax' claim and a source I I all right for them to do it 1 I to 36.7-as the Warriors closedin day afternoon at Perry Field

The contract battle between :or else be regarded as a greedy, close to the Dodger front office guess whoever gets to the pa- on their first Western Divi- with a 4-1 triumph over Dade

GATOR 61.13 DOCS; McLaughlln.- Odom. 12-4-28 3 -; MCDowell 0-4; I star pitcher Sandy Koufax and !no-good bum. When I met with said the fuming general man- pers first wins the battle. sion title. Co. Junior College. The two Club

Jones.Totele.4d.3-6-'; .Gorf. 48 James. 113. the Los Angeles is : Bavasi the last time I knew I ager planned to fly to Vero "I agreed to terms but I told Top Rebounders teams were to play again today
Dodgers I
CWA Atwood5.3.3Sid&e. had to sign no matter what they Beach Wednesday to have it out Bavasi I was unhappy. Not so The Celtics-Royals meetingswill at 3 p.m.

"Wilkinson.,.1; 1.+.2; Sadler 4311. Totals. over but the scars may lingerfor offered. with his star pitcher. much at the terms of the contract bring together two of the Danny Orr, UF hurler from Fete TonightThe

Score. 22-12-54.by quarters: some time-perhaps long "Planted Story" Koufax, who received $32,000 but because of the way circuit's top rebounders. Bill Jacksonville, tossed a fivehitter -
to
the
Sal of Docs 14 10 211 14 20 12-56 9-64 enough chances for damage second successive Dodgers' "They (the Dodgers) planteda last year for winning 25 games they had pushed me into a cor- Russell of Boston is the leader for the Baby Gators and al- Gainesville Tipoff Club
a story in a newspaper that I and adding two more in the with 24.8 caroms per game. so was the top man at bat. will meet'at 6:30: tonight at the

len.PENN 4-2-14 CHEM; Sutton.- Joyce.2-1-5; Murray.Al. pennant. would quit if I did not get $90- Dodgers' four-game World Se- ner."I'm Royals rookie Jerry Lucas, Orr came up in the fourth Holiday Inn. John Baldwin,
1-7; Perry .0-3-3; Feather. M-5. Totals. 000 plus a bonus based on at- ries sweep over the New York no longer angry, but whose 40 rebounds against Phil- inning with the bases loaded, coach at Jacksonville Bishop
*231440.SA JETS wTSSH 3 MT-0-4j Purvis There is a distinct coolness tendance and a cut from pay Yankees, has not yet actually hurt. I haven't been able to two outs and worked the courtto High School, will be the speak
between Koufax -
116.6 4-2-10; Peace.Johnson. 5+10; Smith.; Krider.5111. and Dodger television. The fact of the mat- signed his 1964 contract His sleep ever since this happened. three balls and two strikes.He er.Fred
Totals W-12-50. General Manager Buzzy Bavasi, ter is I asked for just a few agreement so far is an oral one. Whenever I talk about it, my Braves SignFastballer then tripled to clean the Lewis, Tipoff Club captain
Penn Score Chem by quarters: 7 10 17 j60 whom the brilliant southpaw accused thousand dollars over what I Sandy appeared worn and voice starts shaking and I become !sacks and scored himself as the will announce the slate of

;as Jets 13 14 S '*-* Monday of deliberately finally agreed to. The Dodgers haggard as he discussed his upset. I spoke for an hour Gators got all of their runs in officers for 1964-65 as proposedby .. \.
him in the villian's role committee.
2-H. Klrk- casting a nominating
FIREMEN-BloodWOrn. frame.
who office troubles with and half with Mr. O'Malleyclub one
know this but all the people front news- a
2-2-
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terxt 3-1-7J Strickland. forcing Sandy to accept a $70- two of the This is the last regular meeting
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O'Matley Gary Young got
Strawn. Walter La. AP-
l; McCoy. 1*2.' Skirvin 1-Mi had read the headlines do not. ( president SHREVEPORT. (
"2-2. Owens 011. Totals 12- -33. 000 contract for 1964. No matter what happens now, papermen."Chastised Me" ) and I probably said some: The Milwaukee Braves signed four hits the UF frosh collected. of the season excepting which the
DUKE LUMBER Davis. 4-2-14; but J: Col- Dade Co. 100 000 000151UF annual windup banquet
have Cecil Centenary
shouldn't Upshaw,
Blue. 412; Blalock. 34; Smith y1.1... "I've been hurt by people who I'm marked as the greediest, "A couple of years ago they things I Frosh 000 400 OOx-44;I will honor the Gator cage squad
EWeT. 34 Gomto. 24; for what said wanted him to know bow strongly lege fastball pitcher, Monday
l; selfish in the world. chastised me they
ms. 2.1.5;. Webber. 401. Totals J7MO. I thought were my friends, most guy for bonus estimated at Gongola and Yarnell; Orr and l and the state's top 10 senior
negotiating through the I felt about it. I want everybody night a
said Koufax. "I was maneu- Bavasi, still in Los Angeles, was Collins. high school basketball players.r .
Firemen Score by quarters: ? t-33 vered into a corner where I was reportedly is "fit to be tied' by newspapers," said Koufax. "But to know the truth." 130,000.
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I t Sfrm Hark Ilntri. ing about the links to wait for cold. "About the middle of De- phoned my can do anything I want," are treasured by those on ball. Often effective imitatorof them.
the ballplayers to show up. He cember-that was before I even a surgeon "The only difference whom they are bestowed. He big league pitchers. It was In fact this is such a com- II
: By ARTHUR DALEY has finished the radiological knew I had this- decided had be I have to guard against did laugh louder than normal, signed: "Jim Brosnan." plete man that everyone who

t TAMPA The clubhouse treatments for the present and that I was smoking too much.I when we because if I get poop though, when he spotted an ad Brosnan, an author and lit knows him holds him in the
I t door was flung open and out is awaiting his periodic smoked at least two packs a really was. in the next few months, vertisement in the sportingnews erary burr, had been a relief highest esteem. Fighter that
lumbered the Big Bear, Fred checkups with fatalistic day and on occasions like a the rug thing will be much hard the baseball trade pa pitcher for Hutch at the startof he is, Hutch is facing his newest 1
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Hutchinson. He strode into the calm. baseball meeting where you under you. combat. per. It read: last season but had been and greatest battle unflin
t sunshine for the start of the "I had to hang around Seattle sit up half the night I probably If Hutch! Liked Ad "Situation sought bullpen traded to the White Sox ching and unafraid. Brosnan
t Cincinnati Reds' spring training for two weeks," he said, smoked three or four packs.It hides it never has been a operator, experienced. Atten and later released. There once wrote that Hutch had an I
I exercises yesterday and speaking as detachedly as if was getting so ridiculousthat the boy but his sense of tive observer, open mouthed weren't many people in base- "inner power.II It is now
? his jaw jutted defiantly. he were talking about someone I just quit cold. is acute and his smiles admirer of skillful base- ball whom Brosnan admired glowing with a luminescent
? "Well," he said, putting his else, "for the X-ray picturesto "A little before Christmasmy first fully. But Hutch is one of flame. !
: : defiance into words, "I made tell if this thing is progress- throat was sore and I rub same ) 1
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Meriam I of Winde- were from Gainesville. Seven ; out. At 9 a.m., the sched MARCH 1 THRU 15

.. mere won Expert Class in the other cities were represented in : starting falling on time the, a hard 7,020-yard rain 10'0 ABOVE 10'0 ABOVE

i sports car rally Sunday as 21 the event. Country Club course. COST COST
cars competed. Meriam was as- The 200-mile rally lasted more
*. sisted by navigator Don Robert than six hours and there were hour later the rain stopped Valiant's's
"1 son. no mechanical breakdowns or after another hour the Any Valiant Any ValiantIn

Mary Hines and Billy Marasa accidents. had dried off enough to In Stock Stock
both of Gainesville, took Finish Second play. From-
.. honors in Rallyest Class while Mar. 1 thru I low low price Mar. 1 thru 15
Dave Reaves and A. White- defending champion Bo
and I. E. Whisnant NOW'
R. T. George
man, Gainesville, finished second confused the de TRADE SA VIAND
"*' over
both of Gainesville, topped the
in Class while Char-
Expert
showed three minutes
up SAVE
Novice Class. les Welman and wife Pa, Winter his tee off time and was .-
All three winners\drove Volkswagens
-
Haven, were third.In He out of
and six of top nine cars Class Rick Holland was con- .
.. Rallyest Azalea however, with a 54-hole .r
... and George Duncan, Lees- of 220, which was 12 '
Bills BelltPatriots burg, were second and Alan behind Rudolph. ,
Sylvia Jean Hall, 18-year-old
Baer and Dray ton Holmes,
Gainesville, finished third. City Junior College, will reign over had his troubles. He
tival at Palatka this weekend. Miss Y
out with a bogey fire
Runnerup in Novice Class on ,.
':.. Buffalo Bills won from Pa- were Blair Pierson and Pat O'- to enter the University of Florida hole and was con :;? e..n ....
triots, 8-7; Cowboys beat Bron- Neal, Gainesville; while Alan from junior college, will dress up the in trouble because of the ,.

cos, 19-7; and Raiders downed Freebairn and Jean Hayden, Festival golf tourney.HUrlicane ,- .. .' '
w Oilers, 14-7, in Midget League Gainesville were third. First .
':' cage play at the Boys' Club named person drove and second :: .: vA
yesterday. name served as navigator. Girl o Jacksonville"I ,H PAA
:
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I EUSTIS Gainesville High Kit Green t
HURRICANE school's girls' golf team opened I I led GHS
talks !
its with 197- language
218 season victory yesterday over Eustis a and: Candy Lohr your

FENCE qualified four players for the 1 ly George a

t t. ..'fi ,; 1964 state tournament. I Mary
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you
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NOW team by the barrier. Cecelia I you performance, ofoperation torque converter, drive: shaft, universal pints, rear ail and tfifferentiel.
e' Hendrickson Eustis is economy and tar wheel bearinn+ of its 1964 automobiles+ provided the owner has
., F GHS coach, said. the anima" oil changed every 3 months or 4.000 miles whichever. comes
she is hopeful that one or two in a 100-mile this case? Struggle and high quality first, the oil filter replaced every second oil change and the carburetor air
.. without ? Not filter cleaned evefy C months end replaced every 2 years, end every (
help
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I drickson bought your insur service: and requests the dealer. to certify (1) receipt of such: evidence+
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6-' 't 1| To -Anticipate or Wait on $$ Trouble Viet. Nam. Air t! Ruby Epilepsy'Plea Miami to Call


Kills i Action
4 Battle Legal

.p.L p. 3ffui Vark dimra 1 1t Margin requirements have I '--"
j been moved even less frequently ExpectedBy

t' n., By M. J. ROSSANT Dilemma on ..Action Faces II j Even though Wall Street has U. S. Advisor. t i r Against FECMIAMI
Hamlet i
NEW YORK Like j i no votes, the'only election year I II
t will in which margin requirementswere RELMAN MORIN were meant not for newsmen (AP)-The :Miami City
the Federal Reserve System '

I I be torn between. two courses of 'I Federal Reserve System i i'I iI they were changed lowered was in from 1960 90, when to 70 I I (AP TAX-CHAU Communist, South Viet guerrillas Nam DALLAS lAPA roaring primarily jurors. Police but officers for prospective said no''Commission action to today end safety called hazardsat for legal

I' action over the rest of the year. I severely mauled two crack dispute over a "fact sheet on copies of the literature reached \ Florida East Coast Railway

It must decide whether to anticipate -! I 1 per cent. Vietnamese airborne battalions It epilepsy" and charges of efforts any jury candidates. crossings in the city and to collect -
j j I
I I potential trouble or wait invite downturn. Fortunately, the Fed does today, inflicting the heaviest j to 'contaminate" prospective One paragraph in the pamph. 118.000 in past due taxes.
Now, if restraint is needed, monetary -definitely a i
: until it spots overt signs of actual -'I is the I Fed have not have to make an immediate casualties on government forcesin 1 jurors swirled around let read: "You don't have to'', The commission, at Mayor
policy only weapon money managers decision. At home, tax reductions : Jack Ruby's murder trial today -
I before it acts. a single engagement in. Robert King High's suggestion.
danger worry too much about a patientin
desire to take controversial
that be used. no on a -
The dilemma facing the Fed,I can i I role in are only just coming into months. A U.s. adviser was I while the main task remained a psychomotor seizure. You I'told city attorney John R. Bar-
the I The risk in taking anticipatory particularly an play. Abroad, the rise in the -to complete the jury. I
is different from problem I election With the Johnson among the dead.In will read in novels and see in rett to submit necessary legal
that confronted the British. Brit![ action is that the Fed may be year. British bank rate should not an hour-long battle which The total persons examinedfor the movies all kinds of drama action at Wednesday's formal
____ .
l "...... that isn't I administration anxious to avoida sudden outflow 150 this
of to
ain's Tory government has to I.t :arget trigger any one U.S. officer described as : the jury goes tization, spiced-up stories about meeting to insure immediate
there. if tOiSfe credit to tightening of credit the Fed dollars that would call for when hearings resume. I
but it had a morning
wage an election, a I the "damnedest firefight I have what psychomotor epileptics compliance with ordinances on
either to head off monetary price pres- is unlikely to sound any alarms prompt hike in American in. Eight men and two women have and mainten-
choice of resorting a .. seen since World War II, CC do: murders, criminal activi- crossing signals
'--"r : Til! ome or to protect the (before it is pretty sure that the terest rates. been accepted leaving two ju-I ,I
.
tighter monetary policy or amore 'government troops were wounded ties, etc. That is nonsense.
clear and i lance.i
faces
dollar it migSTend throttlingthe economy a pres- to be found. iI
j restrictive fiscal policy up Sooner or later though, the and 15 killed, including an rcrs I
I -higher taxes-to combat the rise in business activity be- ent danger. !I Fed will need to act. Accordingto American captain advising an Ri-by is on trial for the Nov. New Car ,i I City Manager M. L. Reese reported -

overheating of its economy. In fore it gains full momentum.But Even so, the Fed has rarely Secretary of the Treasury(airborne battalion. 24 shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald that 38 crossings have no

raising interest rates last week. there is as great a risk in made an extreme move in advance Douglas Dillon, the full impact Vietnamese authorities claim accused assassin of President gates and 27 lack automatic sig-

it took the milder and less unpopular -holding its fire too long. If in- of a presidential election..,of the tax cut will not be felt Until more than 100 Viet Cong guer-,> Kennedy. in Dallas. Dist. Demand May nals. Reese said repairs had

course. Hation-fesA'mes a problem or if Since 1932, it has raised its discount next fall or winter. which I rillas killed in the : Atty. Henry M. Wade says he been made at five crossings
were engage-
But the Johnson administration speculators begin an attack on I rate in only. two election'I suggests that the Fed may be after will demand death in the elec- since his last report Jan. 2.
ment, which began 'soon '
has just fired all of its ammunition the doll /. the Fed may have to j years-1948 and 55. Only once, ini spared any decision before dawn. But American advisers I tric chair for Ruby.Rub"s Stay StrongWASHINGTON ,i Originally 16 of the 65 crossings
'take drastic action that would 1960 did it lower its rates. will plead '
t in providing tax cuts. ; election day.if1 at the scene could not confirm attorneys ,I had visual obstructions because -
( that he.suffers from psychomotor -
..-.. 'I the report. (AP) The of vegetation and
9 The battle took place in Kien epilepsy and was temporarily {demand for new automobiles weeds," and Reese said this had
insane when he killed Os-
BUSINESS MARKET 1 I Phuong Province beside the Mekong should remain strong during the been corrected at 13 crossings
wald.
MWRTReaders' River, barely 2,000 yards Thus issued by next 12 months if the plans and obstructions at the other 3
a pamphlet
I from the Cambodian border. consumers made in January i 1 i came from shrubbery or trees
the National League,
REVIEW V The airborne battalions weret t and distributed Epilepsy outside the provide a reliable indicator.i i: on private property.

battalion A Census Bureau Litigation on taxes is now in
j searching for a guerrilla -!courtroom brought cries of new survey -
which was known to bel I"gros est conspiracy to obstruct -' shows that 8.5 per cent of progress, Barrett said. The

(operating in the border area. of U.S. families plan to buy anew FEC's taxes amounted to $62.-
I off the justice"contempt car in the next 12 months. '014 in 1962 but the railroad contended
I After breaking fight contaminate
and to -
court, "trying
TOD. V'S DOW JONES This 7.8 in both; this was too high and
percentage
the Communists were reported from was
\ Request .to have headed toward Cam Ruby's prospective chief counsel jurors", Melvin.I. January 1963 and Jan. 1962. sent a check for $18,000. It was
Prev. Close .
;: Components 1st Hr:bodia. Belli, Monday.He Automobiles have been selling returned.The

I could not iat a high rate for more than
U.S. helicopters fly demanded a mistrial I 1963 taxes were $55.-

I (The following" market quotations I: 802.75 I Indust I Up 1.82 in because of a rule. prohibiting which was denied. I'two years. 917 and the road offered to pay

I: are requested specifically>> by readers STOCK: LISTIi"VGStions I ;, operation of U.S. aircraft closer The uproar, which delayed : 20363. This also was returned.
of the Sun financial page. The quota 192.08 t Rails I Up 0.18 The percentage of families'
I, are furnished by Pierce Viul- I ,: than three miles to the border.I questioning of jury candidates who plan to buy houses and. Meanwhile. investigators continued

IllIere: bern..) Murphey investment Service I I III 'I 140.84 I UtiI. 1 0.32 The killing of the U.S. captain began when the pamphlets witha \major household appliances wasvirtually :: their efforts to find why

: 281.64 I Stocks I Up 0.32 1 increased American combat covering letter appeared in an angle iron which joins the
Abbott Lab 2.40 _. 1l44 .Roy Dutch 1.73g ... 5112 j Sperry R. Wts ._, _._ 7! 1 deaths in Viet Nam to 113. I the courtroom. They had been J unchanged from a rail ends was found broken on

Allied Cern 1.80 ...._ 54a .Searle. Gd .90 .. .. ...... 43 4 : Syntex .... .... ... ... 108*4I :>,'100,000'ol I e 11,500,000held ; His identification was with- given to' newsmen. (year earlier. i ii i' tracks within the city limits

Amerada Pt 2.00 .._ 73s '.,IDer :OJ,'00 ..... 633' 'Tampa ,Elec _... ._. 25% | Belli insisted the pamphlets i i There was a slight dip in Two of the four bolts which

Am Elc Pow 1.1Gb _... U 4 .SmIth KIn 1.20 .- ... \ 'i Tech Measur ...... .._ 20 I I ------. -- the number of families who say hold the rail ends and the angle

Enka 1.40a ..._ 53h Sou Cal Ed 1.0a ;TWA Wts ..... ...... .... .. I75i Mass Inv. Growth 8.56 held.GM they plan to buy used autoI -1 iron together had been jn-

Amer Amer Home 1.44a ...... 65 4. St Oil Cal ...00 ...... ... 32 Valspar ..... ._.. .__ .. 8 Pioneer Fund ..... 9.63 Official J Reports Plans I I mobiles in the next 12 months. 'screwed and were found some
'Puritan Fund ...... .....
Amer M Fdy .90 __. 17Th St Oil Ind 2.OOb .. 61'a 9.24 I I!The percentage was 8.2 per cent i iI distance from the break. A train
..Sterl .65 ............ 5434Atch I Putnam Growth 9.25 compared to 8.7 cent a
Drug -- per
Armco S11 3.00 .... ...... 72I !a Also extra or extras I which passed over the separatedjoint
Topka 1.20a"..... 2812 i Texas Util 1.20 ..- -.. 28 !b' Annual rate plus stock dividend -TV & Elec ........._. .. 802 t For $1 Billio:11 Expansionsion !year ago. ; a half hour before the discovery -

3j Textron 1.40 ................ 59.1 ; Value Line Inc '_ _. 5.39 ; The survey was taken at a.: experienced no difficulty -
Bauch Lomb 1.,0 ......
Tidewater ...... ...... .. 47'. Wellington Fund 14.79 ;time when enactment of the'
26'z i AP The is to be announced .
WASHINGTON ( ) program
Batter Lab 36 ._... .. ... t -
Beckman In ...... ...... 6')3. Trans W A...... __ ... 38a :e Declared or. paid so far this Purchases ......_......- .488 528 General Motors Corp. is plan shortly. He indicated it would new tax reduction law seemed! "Two or three trains could
Union 343' yearf Short Sales .........._.. 3 799
Pac 160 : than $1 but not certain. ;
: involve probable was
Beech. LF S 1.10 ...... .63. I ning the largest plant expansion I|, spending more have gone over the break before
Und AU' L l.50b .. .... 54.4 Other Sales .... 479 812 !
... : -- About one-fourth of those interviewed
billion.
I I
617. i the rail far enough
Paid in stock in spread
Bristol I 80. 1963, esti- the I
My 1.00 ...... ........ .. 71 ; Total Sales .._.._.. 483611Advances program in its history over I,
Motors "
General
said
: said
9(13 upJonn % : : Seaton they expected train said Lt. Luther -
Brown Shoe 3.40 ...... .4 .. 0int' mated cash value on ex-divi- next two years, a company offi- I;' to derail a ,
Brunswick ...... ...... ...... ..:.e ibar. La mu .iu _.-. 26:5': ;> dend or exdistribution date -._...- 629 I cal has reported. : spent $531 million in 1963 and higher incomes this year and i| Hall of the FEC's special po-
.. -3.Cambell i: Declines .__........_.._ 447
\\orthintn 1 50 ... 3 inn9C2 total
I ,4 million a about 6 cent their
113 -- $421 expected ,
.. .
S. 2.' 0 ...... .. g Paid last year Louis G. Seaton General per
1 a
Xerox ...... ...... ...... 811' Unchanged ...__. 260I lice.Hall
't3 -- of $952 million to expand!incomes to drop. The questionwas said "not
it impossi-
Carter t Pdt 1.ooa ...... .. .4 i Motors vice president for personnel was
.. ml. .emui 120 a ..-.. 8'7''E E j Total Issues -......- 1336 .i; plant capacity and equipment. ( not related to the tax law ble that the iron was loosened .
Case J. I. .. ..._. MUTUAL: FUNDS & I I told a House Labor Sub- I angle
._
Cessna Air 1.00 ._... .., 273. INVESTMENT CO. I'New 1963-64 Highs 75 committee last week the expan-! Seaton told of the new pro- j since interviewers asked about 1 accidentally, but it certainly

Ches Ohio .t.oo ...... _"N 69:>. .Oer tIle CountcrCoas New 1963-64 Lows ._.- 9 gram during a round table dis- ,the before-tax income. doesn't look that. way."

...... .._. 31 :; cussiion between the subcom-i ___ -- -- ---
S Gas I
Affiliated Fund ... 8.43 Late Morning N. Y. Listing .
CBS 1.80b ...... ...... __ 44 i BIt mittee and auto industry .officials

Comb Eng 1.20 ..... ...... 2lPz ; Alico Land ..... .__ '_ 77. Capital Life & Gr. ._ 9.81 on the a d m I nistration' Judge Gives Hoffa
AllisChal 16?i Borden 72'i Frmst Da 10 Mohasco 12%
Divers Growth 9.53 for penalty overtime
; plan pay
'
Cone Mills .80 .._ __ 13.I: : Amer Fidel Life 24
Conti Aid .40 ._ __ 218 Amer Heritage _. 18ContJ :Dividend Shares 3.63 Alcoa 74U Brunswk 10 :;' Frept Sul 36 Mons'to 67 I jto discourage overtime work 1

Ins 2.20 ...- ...._ 56 Amer Nat Ins ._ __ 21 'Dreyfus ..... ..... ...._ 19.66 AmAir 42,* CaterTr 54% i FruehTr W: % Mont\\'d 31I %| and open up more jobs.

Contrl bat ...... .. ....... Amer Pion'r Life .... (3. Fidelity Capit _.... __ 1103 i AmBdPar 33ft Celanese 6W. I, GenDyn 30 Nat Dair 69 Seminar Set I Public ReprimandCHATTANOOGA

Corn Pdts 1.50 n.... ..... 63 '4 Anheuser Busch ..._ .3 :C Fidelity Fund .._.. 17.21 AmCan 41H Chrysler 45T119U GenE! 86 4 NatDist 25
.j
Delta Air 1.60 ...... ...... 824 Anodyne ...... ..... '.._ 4i I Fidelity Trend ...._ ._ 18.34 AmCyan 61*. CocaCola GenFds 9O N.AmAv 54GenMills I-

Det Steel .60 ...... ...... H Citizens I Bank ...... .._ 34 Fund'tal Invest .._ 10.60 I AmMot: 16Va Com Ed 508 38 Penney 46 On Nervous Tenn. (AP) in and out of the courtroom."

Emerson EI 1.00 .......- 394 Conn Lt &: Pow.... ...... 37 Income of Boston 8.22 i AT&T 141? 'Con Edis 84Th I GenMtrs 80 PRR 33% -James R. Hoffa received a In the hall, Hoffa had complained .

Fair Camra .50g ...... 30'i I Cowles Mag & PB .._ l44Finani Incorporated Inc 9.68 : AmTob 283i ContCan 44Vs I Goodrich 54% PepCola 50= ; Diseases public reprimand in court to- that the marshals assigned

Fed ..,... ...... ._ 53 Dun &; Bra ist ..... ...... 61 Keystone K-2 ..... '_. 5.56 Ampx Cp 11% Dow Che 68% Goodyr44\, PhiL'for 73!. day from the federal judge who to escort the jury were

Fst Chartr 1.97f ...._ 43h Firs West Fine ...... ... 18 4 Keystone 8-3 __ .__ 16.45 I AnacondaArmour 49Y4 duPont 262% Greyhnd 54 PhillPet 481% New developments in the will send Hoffa's jurytampering acting as guards rather than es

Fla E Cst ...... ..... ...... 11 Florida Gas ...... ...... lo:%! Keystone S-4 4.59 I 49 EAL 36 Gulf Oil 51 RepStl 42% treatment of diseases of the case to the jury before corts. ,
,
Food Fair .90 .__ ...... 19% Fla. Nat'l Bank ..... 40 Life Investors ..... ._ 19.52 I Babcock 54*. E.Kodak 128 Inmarv 66 4 ReyTob 4OIntNick nervous system will be pres- nightfall. Hoffa, president of the International -

FMC Corp 1.00 ...... ... 5:;: I Fla. Tel '.._ ..... ...... .., 2'l 4 Life Stock Fund _... ... 7.64 Beth StlBoeing 35tt Firestone 41% 7B. StReg P 32 ented to Florida physicians at When court resumed this Teamsters Union. and

Gen Tele .88 .... ...... 32 a Forrest Labs ..... '.... 30L= I Iass. In\ Trust .__ 16.03 o 43% Ford 54% IntPap 31 Seaboard .1758 a seminar Thursday and Friday -j I morning, Dist. Judge Frank I five others went on trial Jan. 20,

1.00b .,.... ... S.. ..t ...... ...... Jones&L 12 Sears 105%I '
Ga Pacifi Founders Life 8% at the University of Florida -,;, Wilson said he had heard the charged with trying to fix the

Getty Oil .lOg ...... ...... 28% : Franklin Life ...... ...... 51% I Kais Al 37 Sinclair 46Ken'cott .. I College of Medicine. j Teamsters Union president I jury in Hoffa's 1962 trial at

Grace Co l.00b ...... .... 50:% 'Great Amer ...... ..... ... 161lIeIne % NEW YOR'K TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, FEB. 28 82% SouthC 53%I Visiting faculty members are, shouting in the corridors outside Nashville on a conspiracy

Curt .SO ...... ...... 35 GroIier .......................N... 461. te' N*w York Tun. Lig& ly 75 Sperr'R 17Loch'd Dr. Robert A. Fishman, associate -; the courtroom. With the .: charge. That trial ended with a
I Low Close Net Chg.
IBM 5.00 ...... .... ...... .. 5641: Gulf Life ..... ...... ...... 51 4 I I High .801: 4Oi! 5tO NJ 82 of neurology at 'jury absent he declared: hung jury-
25 Rails . 132.35 130.62 132.01 Up professor
t Lorillard 43 Unit Ailc 48Mag'vox
lot lin C 1.80a .. ...... 77. .HerlC Jones _... '__ 164mt Industrials 795.13 785.34 791.67 3.95 I the New York Neurological In-J "I sent a marshal to find out On trial with Hoffa are Allen

Tele 1.00 _.............. 53% ; Home Insurance ...... 651 25 50 Stocks 463.74 457.98 461.84 Up 2.38 I 39 4 US Steel 57%,!stitute, Columbia Presbyterian what was going on. He reported i Dorfman, Chicago insurance

w- .1logg .80a ..- ...... ... 42% Jax 1\linit tkts .._ ._ 5% Up I fp1sHon 132 WinnDix 30 i',Medical Center and Dr. Gilbert back that Mr. Hoffa was complaining -|I broker; Nicholas J. Tweel, Hun-

t Lehman Cp 1.34e ...... .. 29 Kennasaw Life ..... ._ 12% riM & M 68 Woolwth 13 H. Glaser professor of very bitterly about the] tington, W. Va., businessman;

Litton In 1.9Sf .... ...... 63% Life of Fla ...... ....... __ 51 medicine and chief of the di- way the marshals were hand. Ewing King, former Nashville

Lone S Cm 1.00 ............ 193. 'Lowes Company ..._ 18% I vision of neurology at Yale University !!ling the jury." Teamsters official; Larry

Marsh Fid 1.60 ...... 397. fi1go Electron ...._ ... 133 Medical School. I I Hoffa started to reply, but I; Campbell, Detroit Teamsters

Martin M 1.00 ...... ...... 193. Moit Guaranty Ins ._ 25 4 YOUR MONEY'S WORTH They will be joined by 11 university -,' was cut off by a wave of the I business agent. and his uncle,

McG Hill .60a ...... .... 3i Pacific SW Air ...... 39% i of Florida medical faculty judge's hand. ;, Thomas Parks of Nashville.

Mead Corp U'O ...... 44', Schlitz Brewing .. 45% '. receive 15
.N' I .... :. 'y I II members in the special "This has happened repeatedly Hoffa could yearsin
.._ ...... ... 1l7a ...... I ; :/" "
Merck 2.003 II Secur. Life & Tr. 51NatJ I seminar, which is part of the during this trial, the judge |I prison and a $15,000 fine if

Airl .80 ...... ... 47 : Southern Nitro ...... ...... 17 Your Take Home Pay \\ ) ;{ medical school's postgraduate said. Peering down at Hoffa, he'' convicted. The others could .get

lCent! .5Og ...... ...... 3H : Travelers Ins ..... _.... 189 :; education series in the newest added: "Let's discontinue these five years each and fines of

Nia 1\1 Pow 2.00 ........ 521.: Jim Walter ...... ._.. 3114 developments in medicine. extremely loud arguments both!$5,000 apiece.

Norfolk W 6.00 ...... _. 12Hz : .'iilI"
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No Ind P S 1.48 AMERICAN LISTINGS J Church to Open

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Math 1.20 ...... ...... 1 Revival Series
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Owens II G 2.50 ...... ; Aerojet- n 35 you'll start to feel the benefitsof your final 1964 tax liability.If money problem you prepare -
N 9)3: Anale ...... 29% 1964 return may
Corp you expect your employerto your you
...... ...... the 1964 tax cuts in ,
Pac G&E 100 a every pay Revival services will begin] Staff EH ell Lawson Sergeant Lawson, son of Mr.
; Aqua Chem ...... ..._ 21 withhold more from you this raise your withholding tax during \I Sergeant
Pac Ltmg :'.40 ...... .... iti's Aurora Plastics ..... .., 33% '.'envelope you receive beginning"twithin ;year than your final 1964 tax: 1964 either by agreementwith ,' (tomorrow at the Elim Pentecostal Jr. of Starke recently receivedthe and Mrs. Ewell Lawson Sr. of

Pac T&T1"O .. .. ...... 31s a few days because of Holiness Church on Archer MacDill NoncommissionedOfficer Starke, was awarded the trophy -
I Barnes Engineer .... 25 I bill will be, you can't do anything your employer or by claiming .
Pan Arner A 1..0: ...... 69 I" Butler Shoe ...... ._ _. P the sharp drop in the withhold but wait until you file your less exemptions (although I I Road, with the series slated to Preparatory Academy !I for his high academic average -

Parke Day 1.00 ...._ 34 e Chromaloy _.... ...... .._ 162 ing rate. 1964 return in 1965 and ask for you still can claim all of themon run through Sunday evening. Commandant's Award from and outstanding leader-
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Penmoil 2.00 Computer Sd ... ....,,711 t! The first individual tax rate refund. final return). The higher Guest evangelist for the meetings Colonel Robert F. Zachmann, ship ability. The sergeant, an
a your
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Perm EI 4a; .2 .. [cuts apply to our 1964 tax returns which will start at 7:30 4504th Missile Training'Wing i aircraft maintenance scheduler,
cutter Labs -. .......... 187' I But'if the total withholding will cut your 19fr|t ,
... ..._ _.... 49'. expect tax
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Pfizer .80a ( which well not file until you commander at ceremonies heldat is assigned to the 4505th Missile
Cmerama ..... .. ...... 113.8 take-home pay, but it also wit leach I evening, will be Miss Nat ,
withheld from in 1964 to fall
Phelps DG 3.00 .. 6514 : : 1965 but under tax law the you at MacDill. Arsrachii'ttp
Data Controi 39 our eliminate alie Carnes of Charleston, S. C. MacDill AFB. Training Wing
Polaroid 1 20 ...... ... ... 1611 '- federal collects tax-. short of your final 1964 tax, you lessen or any worry:; I of Bradford f'.nlJntv
...... government
Fulton Inds 9 additional tax foi --
Pub Sv E G 2.60 ...... 773, have choices of action. 1 about paying i ighS"h 1.h; ;terdihservice
in advance from 0 0
employesvia
Gen .. .. es !
4% 1965.
Develop in
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Pure Oil 1.60 .. 43tz of You can" do nothing about the Inter-American in November 1951.
withholding a percentageof
AIr1iIIeS .... 63' table
Mackey The following preparedby
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Rayonier 1.00 ...... ...... .sa.1" Since final under withholding in 1964 if
taxliability
Mead Johnson ..... ,31 our pay. our Institute of
% Research
Rexall .Ob; .. .. ...... .... 39 2 ,. the difference isn't big enoughto the Sergeant Major Paul E. McDowell -
Pac .,.nT e..... 23 for 1964 will be less under America shows the difference
Re'n Meti I 50 ...... ...... 38'4 Plis Elec ,.. the new low rates the withholding lead to a penalty for underpayment refund Conference Planned Here Jr. whose parents liveat

R.IC h 'I err 1.00 ...... ...... 48' -. 'M tax rate also has been and if you're confident I\between the final tax or 2216 NE Ninth Terr., recently
; 1..,0 ..... ........ ,Redwing Carriers 10'4I and the tax withheld from an
_ Rea RIC Group ...... ...... ._ 934 cut in order to reduce the you'll have enough money to employe in various brackets for A talk by Secretary of State I to is aiming Its efforts at much reenlisted for three years In the

amount collected in advance pay up the difference when you both 1963 and 1964. This is for a Tom Adams will highlight a|I the same end as Adams is. Regular Army while serving

from our 1964 paychecks. The 1 two day conference on inter-1; Headquarters Special Troops
STOCK ,file your 1964 return in 1965. married man with two children slated for)I It's inter racial and .inter-I'U.S. Army Ryukyu Islands on
. FLASHES I old withholding rate of 18 percent I paying taxes at a 14 per' cent American relations .
MARKET I has been cut now to 14\ In effect, you rather than withholding rate as of March 1. Gainesville next week. faith. At the meeting here it Okinawa.

I per cent and your take-home I the Treasury are having the The actual later start in the low His talk will be "FloridaCo-will discuss inter American j t Sergeant McDowell enteredthe

.- NEW YORK (AP) They:and Ford was unchanged at I pay will go up by the differ-I'use of this money until you pay er rate will alter these figures lumbia: Partners in Progress." relations from a socio-econom-1;; Army in 1949 and arrived
1 _...... overseas in August 1962 on this
stock market opened moderate.,544 on 2,000. cute. up at income tax return time. very little. T It'll be made to delegates attending ic rather than a sectarian viewpoint tour of dtuy.
active and mixed today. I Sears Roebuck added Si at Rarely does the total amount :
t ly I (refund I or tax still due conference and seek channels of cooperation The sergeant is a 1948 graduate -
With few exceptions, price I *105H on a block of 2.200 shares. of tax withheld from our payequal Weekly pay 13 withhold. Final 'S3 tax 'C3 a sponsored
changes for key stocks were Sperry Rand was down U at the exact final amount of $90 $369.20 $ssioo $1.20) by the Department of Christian and courses of ac of Sidell (IlL) Township High
I School and attended Eastern Illinois
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small fractions. However Du 17% on 5,000 shares. Another: tax we figure we owe on our $100 $478.40 $456.00 ($22.40)) Social Relations of the tion. .
I Char
in
Pont gained !*. to 262% on an loser was Consolidated Edison,. tax returns each spring. If your .'U5.$7U.40 $ 9O.00 ($22.40) Women's Division of the Methodist State University
is than the $150 $97.40 $936.40 ($36.00)) Except for the Adams session -leston.
final tax higher
I opening block of 1,000 shares. off H at 84%. '
He'llspeak
Board of Missions.
the meetings Tuesdayand : Charles W. Fristoe, seaman,
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Other opening blocks included Zenith was ahead Y at 83 on amount withheld, you have to $200 $1,393.60 $1,460.00 $66.40
6 the will be in the USN son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles -
at Tuesday
_ General Electric up H to 86% on an initial trade of 3,000 shares. pay up the difference and if your $%50 $1,861.60 ,096.00 $234.40 p.m. Wednesday SW
3,000 shares General Motors Another gainer was International final tax turns out less than the Weekly pay 'a withhold. Final 'U tax 'U (refund) or tax still due Holiday Inn. First Methodist Church. W. Fristoe of 3848

unchanged at 80i on 3,400; Telephone & Telegraphby amount withheld during the f7S $179.60 $143.00 ($31.60) in the meetings Fourth PI. graduate recently
Participation
Adams is the tailor of an exchange from Electronics Technician
Lockheed unchanged at 40i; on :3i at 54tt.Pennsylvania. previous* year, you ask for a refund -I $90 $303.20 ml.00 c$32.20) ,is by invitation and limited to Naval Training
at the
School
between Florida
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4,000. Railroad held of the over withheld $100 1390.40 S360.00 j program ,.
100 Topics include Lakes Ill.
Great ,
persons. Center
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With steels continuing in favor -" steady at 33 *.. !amount. $15 $580.40 $581.00 I .60 I and Columbia.He history I electronics theory
society and anthropology, He learned -
57 The Because of the changes ,$l5o $;87.60 SMO.OO $16.40))
U.S. Steel was up i to Asso iated Press average many '
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sees it as a boon to both and politics. geography, and bow to repair and
block of shares. of 60 stocks hit made by the 1964 tax law, there i$200 51,129.60 51.280.00 $150.40
on a 5,000 i I a new high ;, I' '.1
lands. economics and the alliance for maintain most shipboard equipment
Standard ,Oil of New Jersey,I again yesterday, rising .6 to i will be greater discrepanciesthan j$250 $1,509.60 SI,856.00 $346.40 II .
.p cked up H at S2H on 4,000,1 j 298.6. 1( usual between tax with-J Next: New:. Minimum Standard Deduction, ether breaks. The group he'll be speaking Progress. I .







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DEAR -- I I 1NE GUT I'VEV : $ N.iWYS UE Jb FEEL. GET INTO.M5E ;

t. : What's yur >pitfctainF Far I lateral I ) UR>1N6 101 THAN I

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I; : I Means SomethingAbigail Hills. Calif., 90212. sad 1 1t -

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I f fV 7"1& I w w/ NATURALLY M3U I I CAN UNDEP.STANDTAj
DEAR ABBY: A neighbor of ours rides to and from work that since this woman means nothing to him he should ten frh nrr&THL WERE MORE J\ MlSS-NOW THAT THE

wurs me her that he JJ married w a jealous, possessive old witchthat' / INTERESTED INMVSTEAKSX fOG'AS
with my husband every, day. Tney oont; ai sage KI59&* I WELL YOU LIFT'
r place but he drops her off at her place of employment in the ( you!) and fa order to preserve the peace at home hecu't ALLRJGWT.7-NO I COULD r- )| ,.
she walks to where he works to catch a Period. She ONE,KISSES ff NAVE <-, !! UNROMAI'JTICSWINE.
: morning, and at night provide her with transportation any more. I.I
i ride home with him. This woman is divorced, is in her early probably won't ever speak to you again, but as long as she UKETH1S/! DISCOVERED THATW .I i
40' but acts like a school girl around my husband. She is
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husband who ?
cares
quits speaking to your rjl
very forward quite loud, and is not my husband's type. He i
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: says she means nothing to )him, but there,was a time when he a t z
was on more than just speaking terms with another woman DEAR ABBY: Can you tell me why it is almost impossibleto

1 who also "meant nothing" to him and I don't care to go get a woman to pay off a bet to a man? Women make bets ya.

( through that again! We.are happy'now, and I want to keep it right along with men and they always collect when they win,

that way. I would have more peace of mind if my kusband but they rarely pay off when they lose. Why is that? l I

1a quit giving this woman rides. How does one end that sort of AL 3.3 S 5't.a.a. S

thing? ..
,SEE THE SIGNS DEAR AL: There are no statistics on the subject, but it is
.. my observation that when a woman bets with a man, and I
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DEAR SEE: You know your husband better than I do, and loses, she will offer to pay, but the man, not wishing to secept TH' I

If you "see the signs,",don't ignore them. Tell your husband money from a woman, usually says, "Oh, forget it." = I'M SUGAR PLUMB OUTOF J\ YORE AT IT .

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... has had many rises anddeclines Science -( J J \ -5'
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tion here in 1919. As he 10:30 O GD Word for Word ent 5-

traces the Communist O I Love Lacy ,

Party's history in America 11:00 O GD Concentration : S -
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narrator Richard O Price is Right

Basehart describes Com 11:30 O GD Missing Links w \ /
I munist attempts to, keepin O Pete And Gladys :::Jrlj ( irrr.t 33

touch with the local O Fifth GradeArithmetic r7 a

scene as the doctrinal wea- .
thercock whirled in the 12:00 O GD First Impression -. .r

Moscow breeze. i O Love of Life \

9:30 O Medical Strip O High School Chemistry WE HAVE STRETCHERS THEY MUST t3ES I
TUESDAY EVENING ment His choice is gen- O Jack Benny 12:25 0 News i MOON MAID HAS t'I THE SPACE COUPE HOSPITALIZED
AND-WE MUST ACT"FAST.
1:00 0 Maverick tle Melvin Trueheart (Lib- 12:30 O GD Truth or EXHAUSTED WERPOWERS. IMMEDIATELY.
10:00 O CD Our Man In Wash. THESE :
O Best of Groucho erace). In the Silent Spot, ingtonDocumentarySpecial Consequences THREE ARE AS COLD i 0. c eo .
Headlines Red plays a golfer con- O Search for tomorrow MAR6LE. 0 0.
Greatest .090'
1:25 O ( ) (Color) David >-e Oe o
fined indoors by a bliz 12:45 0 Guiding Light .O .e
1:30 O Newscope Brinkley behind the Washington 0
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1:55 (D Local News, Weather, "More," "More Than You social scene. 12:55 Q GD News < ..n p' 0
O Moore M
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Sports Know" and "No New 1:00 Q News -. ,6'.c __....... .o.
11:00 O News Wethr. .
':00 0 News, Spts., Wethr. Tunes on This Old Piano." Spts. O Midday E-c -a-- 1 'c5L.O
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O Sunshine Almanac Skelton dancers, Skel GD News o. .
CD Local News (color) 0 CoCI..
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':15 O Channel 11:25 0 Movie"I r'a e Cimuw.l::: 3ae Q e o oI
.:. O News-Walter CronldteO tra. Met Him in Paris." 1:15 Q Focus V o. .0. ,0 I O e0.
O Dr. Posin's Giants O Leer Y Escribir o. o Q. Q
Operation Alphabet 11:30 O CD Johnny Carson O. ,_ 0. 0 .0 0 0 0
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Brinkley 6:00 O SlimnasticsO .
1:00 O M-Sqpad fD McHale's Navy Sunrise Semester Ernie Ford 111111 f I'D ] / OKRA OKAY- LETS GCT HER IN THE CAR MAMAGOT
THAT WHEN IT GETS .NOW 1T1L BE DARK WHEN
%:00 O GD Let's Make A SOMETHING
"Ghost Town"O 9:00 O Richard Boone 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac THAT FARMHOUSE J5 OUT OF : DARK WEGETTOHER THERE,
Deal MY JURISDICTION.D t MORGAN I
"Vote No on 11! is rerun 6:30 O World Civilization : APARTMENT. NERD!
The Saint-Mystery O Password ...BUT ILL CALLTHE SHERIFf 5
I The When aged Jessie Me- O Pastor's Study OFFICE AND HAVE THEM .,
"The Latin Touch. Coony allowed a photographer 6:35 0 Sunshine Almanac 2:25 Q GD News Z INVESTIGATE/ -
daughter of an American %:30 O GD Doctors
to take her picturefor <
6:40 CD Living Words (color)
senator is kidnaped in O House V
Party
$50 she didn't )know
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6:45 D HI, Neighbor (color) N
Rome. Templar: Roger 3:00 Q GD Loretta Young
that it would be used on 6:50 O Farm And Home V
Moore. Susan: Suzan Far. citizens to O To TeU The Truth ; sU 4
a poster asking 7:00 O CD Today
mer. Hudson Inverest: 3:25 0 News
vote down a slum- ear. O News, Weather I
Alexander Knox. Maude 3:30 O GD You Don't Say
I ante bill that Jessie and 7:05 O Ranger Hal b i/'o
I Inverest: Doris Nolan. O Edge of Night s ;:
her neighbors definitely 7:50 0 News 33 o a a'
O The Finder favor. 4:00 Q Match Game
8:00 0 Captain Kangaroo
Q Battle Line O At Your Service-Discussion 9:00 O Divorce Court O Secret Storm 83

I 1:30 O CD Mr. Novak-Drama "American Can O Bachelor Father GD Popeye's Pals -,.--- '. .
4:25 O News ...
O What's New cer Society" GD Romper Room ..
I 4:30 O Burns and Allen
SMORed Skelton-Comedy O Petticoat Junction 9:30 0 People Are Funny O Gorilla I CERTAINLY qjHOT-PEPPtRPIZZA. ql:/ tIII HOW, CAN I FALL.ASLEEP
Liberace is a guest 1:00 (D American Communism GD Jack La Lanne Magilla ENJOYED OUR I SPiceD MEAT 6A1.L. WHEN I REALIZE -

Sketch: "On Top of Old (Special) Though -Davit 10:00 O Say When GD Movie II I )DINNER rrALIANRE5TAfJRANT IN THE- GORGONzOLA. AND GARLIC aReA CHEESE ANY BURST.MOMENT INTO FLAMES\OU MAY?
Hokey." The townsfolkask Wolper titles his film "The O News-MIke Wallace "The Lady is Willing

Sheriff Deadeye (Red) Rise and Fall of American CD Waldo Norris Marlene Dietrich, Fre d ,v TONIGHT v

to pick his own replace Communism," the party 10:15 0 Eighth Grade Mac Murray. i'' 2

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II .- / ICOULDK'T PAY MI RENT THAT'S JUST ANOTHER
av.ra BECAUSE II WANTED A "SHOWCASE" ituii\ ONE OF YOUR Bk3LIES.

Nrm The American man does realize man chuckled about this the other stomach Is YOU MEAN YOU NOT SINCE THIS L ON TV-50 MAYBE SOME PRODUCER .'
fork ffltmr 1 my being sacrificedto ACTUALLY HAVE NO MORNING! .MY WOULD SEE ME -AND I GAVE MISS YEENUt,
WASHINGTON What the'American it, but he never admits it to day over a typical three-mar keep this family living HOWE,MB LA5ALLE? LANDLADY LOCKED THE TALENT CONSULTANT ON "OFF-TRAIL A
,tini expense-account luncheonat ME OUT OFROOM EVERY DIME I HAD TO PUT StA 3
woman continues to the American woman. He has royally, I am a harmless old TRAVELERS?
which he discussed the male, ME ON THE SHOW TODAY! l
tee in the American man is a become a cunning devil if not clod

} mystery, especially to the American much else in recent years, and I the American female society.and marriage in scene who over would the bromide.never "make a o 1

man. he uses the American woman'sjoy
i in playing the huntress to "Here's what I'm talking Subtly, the wife is made to
I Take the antique leap year trap her into a life of housewif--about," he said. "I've been sit- feel that she has failed this good, i
tradition of woman on the con ,
ting here more than two hours decent, dull man. She resolve
I! nubial hunt. Women are forever ery.She drinking and eating chinco- to work harder and be less de-

winking about this and saying leaves the altar feeling teagues, sirloin and cheese cake. manding. The American man <
"Ha ha men are too denseto inflated with what she thinks
you My wife has probably had may also keep her submissiveby I
realize it but it is always we was a prize catch, or at least a warmed.ver hot dogs and pretending that he is at heart r uuil -- -
who do the hunting and you who catch, and wakes up a few years beans and made two or three just an old househusband *
I who K JUST LIKE 'BEFORE We 'TK{- 5.FORSWN! SERVICE WS I NODE WC CAN
hunted later THE RED ELEMENT IN BJTIT t
the to the that she
I are leap year or discovery pick-up or delivery runs to the likes to bark HURRY,BECAUSSCITY.
his shins on the THE NATIVE GOVERNMENT OUR. FIRST AIR-COW- HIT BURMA! ITS HANDS FULL IN THE CAPITAL I
4 not." has been had. The American shopping center. She has to balance lawnmower, putter around the ,6ENSKAL PH1LEB1E! CALLED IT AN A32ICULBEFCKS MANP0 TRAINING -KA1EMBERMSC ..COULD AM AI2 FORCS EITHER TH W fiVSR
WPWtNPSNCS TURAL. EXPERIAWfTAl.PROJECT. IH WAIUKANP; T : TYPE COME AND EVALUATE Has ME LICKED...
the checkbook, take the rainspouts, and drive the whole ;z: A PR JECTWAc5TAZTbD ../ INDIA.." ? THE SITUATION?...' OR 1 NAVe: BEN
I turtle to the vet, set up appoint family and the turtle to the gas NTH5JUN&E N A& POISONED'
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Arias ments with the TV, garbage- station, just as on television, OUR MISSION...
CROSSWORD( ) PUUlf GA MOTE FELT disposal and automatic dish for a jolly exchange with the >c ,. i ddllN it yu I rz

t PARAG01t THIt Iii washer repairman, threaten the Happy Motoring man.

ACROSS SS.Massaaps o v t: R n E s A a ALWelded laundryman for crushing my In this way, the wife is madeto < t G I II qe' rr r.

:26.wn. P E S F E s T 1 IV IA L buttons, get the windows wash- feel that while a house- r / '

I.zxth' la1rlte'lo.Hm E R 3 t4 O C R s ed, have the car greased and husband was not exactly what

: ecl S E R A T 0 S O N buy shoes for the children. she went to the altar for, a man I .1
-.soJzaam &harksQI ROMAt1CES ASP "Just about now she will be who loves his house and children e 1

S2.Muailtne E T o T A II F L E E getting ready to chauffeur the and turtle deserves the best she /
u.> pODOUD.tA n RE so LOt3 t children away from school, can give.

I 37.BolMaa S&CMltoJQr/ O T E A T R N SWtS dropping little Peregrine a t As a girl, the American worn enI
1J.tact>JI Indian1&Z.a&a'a EACLE the piano teacher's and Mark an dreamed of capturing a prate .I r -

33.Good .: SOLUTION OP YESTERDAY'S PUZZll and Quintus at trampoline lessons or poet, fierce as heathchf
stud portion : By driving fast, she can The American man, to humor C'MON/ WHAT'S Z NAVE

i 15.Y&IS ,,4o.xmacl 4r Einboss 4.Eves' get home long enough to put the her fancy, kept a slim waist, 1 A2E Yoti IN A { TAKING YOU 50 A FIJ say P .a
LONG?
RcAD1' TO ktINUTc < -
16.11M coffee: 4L'Cubic grandso potatoes .in the'oven before she danced the conga or the holly TO PUT Anti ALWAYS
l&Cott 41.0zkmU meter .5.XesIga has to chauffeur -the ,children gully, exceeded the speed limit 60 UINC11 TO IZz 2: AWAY! W IN SUC I AEo
mMismss flower DOWN 6.la1html. home and bend them to their and crushed his enemies with = TAKE R
k JLPKtofajfcajte ..Tzani 1 Gambol' Concreted homework." repartee like "Says you!" or < 1' EASY EAT!

.. stamp S.tutiylla* sugar Not surprisingly in this era "Big sweat!" == +>l Y ..lJ ey

45.Anoint46LXaelbed, Ueofavord 8.Shawl of soaring labor costs, the Am- Shortly after the American

trojfty 3.Con eae 9.ADc.Irli erican man, thinks he has a woman has caught him and been

J:. f 1$. I. 11'' tenant bargain in the American wom- impressed into housewifery, he Fq jia A+tQ'S
.10 I' 10.Seconds: an, and he lives in fear of troublemakers reveals himself as neither piratenor Sc Lb::

,. II' IZ' lY.Bring up who will ....try to'tell poet, but as a luncher. Over 1 e
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Macaw20AncGf. her that she is entitled< to more lunch he worries about cholesterol 3'3
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I I- 1& fj N 22.country:MidJC For this reason, the Americanman American woman will forget -
24.Ironed has developed a number of the bromide.
I- ,. Il & 27.ToUl29.Apatiy canny techniques for keeping his Why does the American wom- SOMAvTwT ANYWAY, WHAT HARM. I TOLD MDO A LONG 3UP66 PARKER! >
THEREi* NO M45WW Kf SHE | IS THERE IM HK 6OIN6 TIMS A60..DONT AjM .H6 WANTS' TO ,
-_. wife persuaded that his lot is an keep chasing him to her AHUtTMENT HER5..AW I PONT/ TOtP MgUKS N SEE THE KIDS Off TIrfl TALKTODOUi. /
r0ZI' SO.Melodic even more miserable than hers. dreary fate? Surely not for the =: rr i-ve A FEELWG SHE' rws wouiPMtON

''11 6_ Z7 11" I" 31.Pebble He is very good, for example, at money, of which she quickly r; HER WAY TO SEE USA. X L I.' .
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-YI >> I"l"/" I 33.Golf club typical evening, he will ask household bills always exceed -< # 1
34.Andum his wife if she has rememberedto income. rh S
141 U / in 1 4+ '5.Inform*. buy that bromide he re "I'm baffled about what the M

tion quested. Naturally she will have American woman sees in me," I
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; forgotten it somewhere between the American man said the oth- Q.cQ
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4T--1Jr---- knife the trampoline lessons and put er day over a terrapin soup at

...MoL ting the potatoes in the oven. lunch. "But after all," he asked,
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2 IEAUTIFUL earner lots In north
section close. to G.H.S. and bus
for stop. Inquire at 1134 N.W. 2Jnd

Ii 1 J .the SUN IS ; Classified OnlyDEADLINES Ave. HANDSOME four bedrooms sized traditional dining three baths room home, with banquet and- .

34 Waterfront PropertySWAN an the other space and -
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I.' I LAKE lots L houses most beautiful residences MI
I S on big Gainesville. Custom detailing
TIMS thru Fit papers 5 p.m. Day before publication Call lake CR also some. lots en canal. and special Quality throughout -
t ACCIDENT ROUNDUP 1 jAve., disorderly conduct I cense; Hartley Gibbons, Arch- THE For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 ..m. Sat. 55111.WINFRED will appeal to the dicriminating .
For ads to t. in Man. ,*..r1 _.M. Sat. H. CRAWFORD buyer who i*
The G aiD e sville police this words and actions, $50 or I er, no valid drivers license. Re,. Broker, specauzmg in willing to pay ttv. higher

1 morning reported the following days; Wade Geiger Smith, Set a trial date of April 4, 1164. (Minimum ad 4 lines) AGE.LAKE 3 PROPERTIES miles No. of ACRE-Mdros. OWNER LEAVING price. TOWN to this

persons involved in accidents in Hawthorne driving while : for Jerry Marshall, Route 3, > FAMILY RATES CR S2il.HOUSE lovely ranch type bungalow iti.
j .,w on the m.rket.1..'iked
the city yesterday: ing, $150 or 60 days and !1 reckless driving. TIME : 1 Insertion ... .. :34c lint and three lots at Horse- Florida room off the dm.
: 3 Insertions shoe Bach In 0i54 County. ing area ii perfect for entertaining. -
Beatrice Mayes Smith, 1036 I Deferred the of Me line
revoked for three months; sentencing 4 Insertions Me line SUM cash. Write P. O. Bex One of the

NE 1st Ave.. and William Mun- C. Rowe 43 514 SW 8th Fred Len a rd, High Springs, .. II Insertion .......... 14e line 11052 Ceylon Station Orlando bedrooms It huge I 'f tI-
,
der, 7, (pedestrian), about 8 a. driving while intoxicated, $ withholding support, and James Tetal x, number charge of compute......rttofta.I by. multiplying, total I linei x rate earn.ad -'1.. wild and Is It Is the priced location to

m. on SE 7th Street. or 60 days; William ,'I Tapp McGilvray, 1105 NW 30th TO 430 IDEAL acres FOR with lake CAMPSITES frontage.Hunting. LAKE ROSA sail reduced at 117.500.$2.000 to

John Wilbur Price 206 NE 5th Ave. violation of restriction. fishing, near town. Slt.000. This three bedroom,
105 SE 6th Ave. ,
faulty Ocala ,
t.
Sacrifice at IUI.'" one bath year round home I*
Ave., (parked car), about 10:15 $35 or 15 days; Charles 11: Dismissed the cases of Margaret Five letter words per line per acre easy terms or ten located on a paved road with
in the 200 block ) percent discount tor all cash. frontage on Lake Rate. Amenities -
a.m. of NE 5th
Pruitt, 18, 224 Trussler Hall, C. Haynes, Route 2, no Same as I lines Write Bx 341-M. e-e GaInesvilla Include .Urge screened
Avenue. I valid drivers license. 8 Pt. Sun.LAKE porch. awning windows.
iversity of Florida shooting GET ordinary type remodeled "modem

Richard Cobb 907 NE 19th works within the city Civil Disposition 1 12 p.. Same as 3 lines LOTS FOR SALE cabinets In kitchen, dish.washer -

Terr., (parked car), a bout 11 a. and resisting arrest. $35 or I Chestnut Office Equipment ordinary. type 30 minute from Gainesville. oak parav fireplace floors and

m. in the parking lot of the days; Edward Lee Gay 20 Co., Inc., vs. Sherwood Corpora Same as 4 llneardtnary Palatka, Ra**. Claar, sand bottom House has 1445 square
18 P t. type lake. Gaed beach front feet plus 4 car garage. -
Gainesville
Shopping Center. SW 1st St., careless driving, $ I tion, $42.Sears THAT mow covered tree*. Priced to sail..J. .

Anna Lee Tucker Ahres 2224 or 10 days; John Jennings Ph Roebuck and Co. vs. Call WALTER STUS$$, INC J. W. KirkpatrickRealtor

NE 9th Ter., and Robert Mont- Richard E. Tillman and Hazel Same as I lutes 374-534 '
er, 21, 207 SW 3rd St., 24 Pt ordinary type It N.Main Street Phone 1711404

gomery Sapp. 1235 NW 39th with no lights, $15 or Tillman, $230.64.Alachua Real Estate For Member Multiple Listing
Sale
Ave. about 1 at the inter- ASSOCIATES
p.m.
days; James Augustus Milling Co., Inc., vs. BETTER Floye J. Mathiaien Irene BunneflCa
section of N. Main Street and 39, 1116 NE 13th Place Huston Means, $981.27. The Gainesville. Sun will not be responsible for more than one 35 Houses for ... A W. R ece. Sal
16th Avenue. Incorrect Insertion nor will it be liable for any error'1ft adver
stop sign, $15 or five days; Albert W. Keihl, doing bus tisement to I greater extent than the cost of the space occupied -
Joseph Armand Bantling Jr., iness as KeihPs Rado and Tel- by the item in the advertisement. No adtustment will "PARRiShfPRESENTS
be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of N,E. SECTION. for sale by owner.
419 NW 2nd Ave., Apartment Janet Patchin Nelson, evision, $7.48. the advertisement.' 2 Bedrooms, large Florida room

4. and Helen Knapp Braner, 2002 Pittsburgh, Pa., running r e Albert W. Kiehl, doing business CAR! large pump. landscaped'S air conditioners lot with; yard ISIS

NW 36th Drive, about 1:50 p.m. light, $15 or five days; I as Keihl's Radio and Television The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or re N.E. 4th Terr.. CH FR 2-442
letting any advertisement which It deems objection.) and to for appointment.
at the intersection of NW 13th Stanley Hugunin, 23, 3750 vs. W. Kenneth O'Steen, Chang* the classification of any advertisement from that or .
dered to conform to the- 1'- BR. 2 baits CCB .rttom FHA MASON MANOR Just listed very
Street and 16th Avenue. er Road, illegal parking, $3 $11.02.Albert. policy of the paper. -.financing down" payment.. $450. neat 4 bedrooms. I bath home.

David Nils Riley 2211 NE 12th one day; Victor Donald W. Keihl Sr. 01.27 monthly Includes all taxes Large living room. Central heat
doing air
& Insurance. M and conditioning. Beautifullet
Street and Bull Robinson Bur 23, 248 B Flavet III, business as Keihl's Radio and For ppt. to set* 372-0411.closing costs. with lovely, fenced In back

gess III, Archer, about 3:50: p.m. parking, $15 or one day; Television, vs. Jim Gill, $43.41. WAITRESS WANTED. Experienced growing,erd. A.rfect"It family. Convenient for toElementary a

at the intersection of NW 13th Robin Anselmo, 2250 NW Albert W. Keihl Sr., doing only.. At Apply University' or' see Inn.Mr. Goidsttin. GLADYSSMITH Schools. and Junior High

Street and 16th Avenue. Ave., blocking traffic, $15 business as Keihl's Radio and WANTED: White lady to takeover Roomy 3 bedroom. 2 bath hem

three days; Neil Raymond Television vs. William BrownJr. housekeeping and car of with panelled living room. Fire SUMMER IS AROUND THE.
March two children four place. Lovely CORNER and w* have te perfect
1, 14BIRThS days a weak. garden.I
bey, 20, 1831 NE 7th St., ., $36.09. Sun Want Ads References requested. 372-240. Florida house to make
CHECK after 4pm.WANTED acre and 4 bedroom home. All summer and winter a delight.
sive noise
Mr. $10 or three ; L. R. Hodge, doing businessvs. -f cypress panelling. Two fireplaces. Three bedrooms 2 baths, living
and Frank H. Johnson
Mrs. Marty Jay Schram, 21, 329 Florida Glass Inc. 1 or 2 ladies who hays Close to schools' room with fireplace and wall to
Tintings
knowledge of sewing to learn wall carpet. Family room'
824'i E. Univ. Ave. a boy
;
17th St., backing into an iness as Kiehl's Radio and Tel- drapery J. slip cover work. Call lie acres andS bedroom home. screened porch central heat and
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Benson, section $5 three 374-227. Carpeting. fireplace, deluxe kit air conditioning, plus lovely fenced .
or days; evision, vs. William Brown Jr., ChIli" Northwest. hi back yard with swimmingpool
2023 NE 16 Terr. Mr. THESE
a boy;
les Lorenzo Elliott, 28, Route $36.09.A. and shuffleboard court.
and 12 Male Wm dl 3 acre and two bedroom house.
Mrs. James Browning, Archer Help .
no drivers license $35 or 10 L. and Hal McLeod, doing ResultsCLASSIFIED Five miles from Gainesville. Mare WESTWOOD AREA Centrally
a boy: Mr. and Mrs. Neil acreage if desired. heeled and air' conditioned almost .
Raynard Abbey 20.
business as McLeod and Company SALES HELP WANTED. man willing new 3 bedroom, 2 bath
James Ragsdale Old Town, a NE 7th St., speeding, $10 vs. Charlie Roberts to work. some evening sales." 4 bedroom name In P.It. Yong home on nicely landscaped Ifof
boy. CLASSIFIEDADS Salary & commission company .re*. Pretty let. Separate dinIng ever an acre. Immediate pos
three days; Thomas $63.75. benefits. Apply Manager, Singer room. Fireplace. In living session.
Hinson 19 230 Company 216 W. Unrv. Ave. room-
Simpson
,
M.M. Parrish
ADMITTED Agency vs. Junior FINLEY AREA 4 bedroom
Mrs. Frances P. Benson reckless driving, $15 or 10 ; Lee Givins $41. TAMPA TRIBUNE I* seeking. 4 bedroom, 1 story deluxe home 2'/' masonry home on nice.
Branch Manager far Gainesville. close to
University. Florida colonial Quiet deadend street. Two air'
Lewis R. Arrington, Clifford Por- Wayne Richard Wall, 19, L.R. Hodge, doing businessas Must have ability t* superviseand in design. conditioning' units. Very modern
solicit.' Must be bondabi.
kitchen.
ter, Russell P. Hennessey, Mrs. Simpson Hall, resisting Nubby's vs. E. H. Green, Phone Mr. Stark at FR 2-402. Extra large 2 bedroom 2 bath

Patricia A. Jamerson, James E. $35 or 10 days; James $50.35. WAREHOUSE MANAGER"X frl_ horn and. Sturdy, well built. HeatIng LITTLEWOOD AREA Modern

Miller, Mrs. Vera L. Beals, Mrs. Douthot Jr., 22, 1314 NW Goddard Gainesville Inc. vs. ced soft drink route warehouse salesman to manage air-candltioning. horn 3 bedroom In tip top 2 eond.tion.bath masonry Priced

Sue M. Laird all of Gainesville; Ave., no license on bicycle, Mar vin G. Rivenburgh, doing vrtle. Prefer someone In famIliar Gaines- baths Modem large In design.deep 3 lot.bedrooms Low utIlIties I- under moved$15,000.out Owner you can has move already

Mrs. Patricia A. Browning, Archer or one day; Victor Donald business as Florida Engineering FOR Dial with references this territory.from NE Must Florida.have conditioning.for the' best Close in to heat University.and air- In tomorrow.

; Mrs. Sherry N. Ragsdale, bott 23, 248-B Flavet II, no I Co., '$274.76. area tit dependable sober willIng NEW WESTSIDE residential subdivision -
to work hard. Apply 131* S.
Old Town; Mrs. Dora V. Prid- al (four counts), $3 or one William E. Morgan vs. V. L. Main St. GLADYS SMITH, paved streets soon opening.outside' city Acre limits.lets

geon, Cross City; Mrs. Mary E. $4 or two days $5 or t h r e Chalfant, doing i business as HOW far can you go hi your RealtorMultiple May we tell you more about this
days, and $6 or four days. BIG 376.4672 present position? If you are the restricted Irea.RANCHETTE .
United
Television
Davis Cedar Mrs. RubyeL. Sales
Key; I $15.41. age 24 to 40. married with high Listing
Alachua Wilborn B. William E. school education dissatisfied with Associate: homesltei, too. Approximately -
Duke, ; Found not guilty Morgan, doing present lob, contact Mr. Burford Florence Burn Ian Griffin 10 acres each. Located -

Krause Newberry; Florence Spencer Goeller, 21, 1041 business as Morgan Typewritervs. at 2107 N.W. 13th St. Phone FR DM 122 W.Sheldon University Caroline Phone 172533 byes on Newberry Road. JustS5OO.0I
Hankerson Starke Mrs. Beatrice Florida Glass Tintings Inc. 4-5811. Starting salary Sl per down t years on balance.
; ,
20th Place reckless ,
driving, week. A HOME for Florida. Lg. open
H. Stauch. Chiefland Car- $29.36. SAVINGSON living area with walnut\ IN""-
;
Verdle Ree Batie 45 2839 AREA ,
resident married 22-41 phone cling built-in planters 24 ft. M.M.PARRISH
vie E. Webb, Cross City; Walter 15th Ave., petit larceny. Town Tire Company vs. Mrs. e, car. willing I capable to work sliding glass doors opening onto .
4 days a week to earn above enclosed covered patio. 31ft.
F. Eskau High Springs.DISCHARGE Fannie Criswell. $86.64.
averag Full training given. For 2 baths central air-condilion-
Accepted written pleas of I Town Tire Co. vs. Charles Announctmtnts personal Interview 3727117. lug and heating!, eat-in kitchen
with built-in stave, dishwasher
ty at time of arrest from I $72.54. MARRIED man age 25 t* 55 end disposal. Close. to schools.
Mrs. Harriet Hitchings Mrs. 1 for combination Insurance debit. SI2.000. 22 NW :14th Terrace. AND ASSOCIATES INC.
bert Harris 50, 224 C NW Town Tire Co. vs. Obie Sharpie .1 LOST .. FOUND Experienced man only. Call 372- Week days* after 5. FR 4-445. MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING
Essie Manning, Mrs. Mary Norris Place careless driving $25 7147 for Interview. H. Wayne Hill Helen S. Graham
$114.92.People.
,
; COMFORTABLE. -bedroom, C_ Carolyn T. Gardenhlre
Mrs. Betty Bryan and daughter ford Hampton Hudson, 49, LOST: Cat. brown. large longhaired crete block home wttt central S Mary' B. ParrfshIf
Omer with blue NW Heat deluxe' GE bvHt In kitchen NE First St. Tel. 377.5375
Mrs. Ruth Taylor eyes. sec _
II Hlo Male Female
1, careless driving, $50; FINE tion. Reward. Phone 376-0963. > er large storag room beautiful
Page. Mrs. Cornelia White and lot In excellent neighborhood.
Leonard 19 Route
Dampler, Only S450 down and low monthly DAN
In
LOST: Close to Cotton's Minlt-
daughter Mrs. Ethel Cook Baby Exp. secretaries salary open of $* .10 cover
careless driving $25; L 0 1 Mart N. E. im Ave. German payments
Cashler-t>ostess. attractive everything. Located at 141$ NE
Boy O'Steen, David N. Hoyt, Smith Home Sears, 44, 3153 Shepherd. S weeks old. Black White housekeeper. S25 wk. 10th Terrace. Call 371-7070 for BYRDASSOCIATES

Melton V. Callahan, Elias Fol- 12th St., failure to yield I.'I The News and with feet.whit FR and 4-4514.brown in face Exp.Bookkeeper Waitress.salary salary' open L comm. appointment te see.
CARS! IOYLWILD 3 bedroom 2 bath,
and Exp. mechanicsStore
Hanssen
Bette
som, Mrs. I right of wa y, $25; LOST whit female Carman She trainee hi schl. grad. double car ort. Fenced back
hard In the vicinity of NW list
son, Mr. Benjamin Scruggs, ia Brown, 38. 533 SW 3rd Or. between 7 5 A.M. Wed- Off. trainee hi schl. grad.Tree yard. $13.500. 3021 S.W. 20th Inc.
: St. FR 2-3001.
Florence Mrs. Jennie By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS nesday. Reward. Pleat' call surgeon foreman $2 hr.
Mrs. Burns failure to yield the right of Auto salesman' Exp. IT'S VACANT Phone FR 22511
374-427 or after 4 P.M. 37i-mt. t IEDRooM home. air conditioned
Lyons and son.March $25; Don Q. Mallard, 59 I PARIS (AP-Does) Charles LOST: S.W. section. 4 month old Insurance Short order trainee grill man$100 wk. throughout, wall the to Kerne.wall Draperies.carpeting on to see large this corner 3 bedroom lot 2 In beth beautiful home

NE 12th Ave., failure to De Gaulle plan to visit the Soviet German Shepherd. Black and tan. Route CONNELL salesman EMPLOY.Levy AGY.Co. Situated on large wooded lot. residential are* close to schools
Reward Phone FR 2-1522 or Sole price $14450. $1.000 down, and shopping. This home has
2 the right of way, $25; Union? 4.1344. 120 Phone SE 3741234PLACEMENT 1st Ave. call 374-111. Weekdays after I large Florida room extra large

BIrITIISMr. Lawrence Hardy 19 3920 weekends.BY kitchen with built-in range and
'
A Soviet official set off speculation SMALL Black' male cat. Whit .m. Anyttm en oven, I car carport and
and Mrs. Daniel F. Laird, 12th Drive blocking traffic, $ along those lines afteran marks en neck and lower belly. Office Professional SERVICE OWNER 3 bedroom t bath desirable feature Pricedat manyother
I Name: Sambo. N.W. 14th St.eward. home in Fine S.W. resident! ) $22,000 with
2823 NE 14th Dr.. City, a boy; I 50; Paul Bailey Kluge, 21, hour's talk with the French 372741. TechnicalCollege Graduates ar.. Near Schools and hopping. available. good financing

Mr. and Mrs. Willie J. McFad-I B. Flavet II, blocking I president in Paris For a!>>Pt. call 372-4377 FHA financing available Call
Monday. FOUND-gray kitty In Tlgert Hallan -1-12ot A.?,. 2-4:00 P.M. FR 2-2727, or drive by 11* S.W. IT'S FULL of charm and ready for
den. P. 0. Box 87, Starke, a $7.50; Leo Arthur Dryer f Nikolai V. Podgorny, a mem- YOU'LLBE. after U 5 of'.m.F campus. Phone a-JIII Monday through Friday 40th tfv* fun loving family to on-

boy Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. 21 1322 NW 8th St., illegal PERSONNEL CENTER St.NEW toy and appreciate. This modern
; ber of the
Presidium and head 10> NW 2nd Avenue HOMESPriced home has many featvres not

Hammer, 224 T Flavet III, City, !!ling, $5; Robert Donald | of a parliamentary mission to 4 P..1.4; S..kH LABORATORY technician. Some from $11700 to 111.DOl usually enclosed found pool In our vicinity.' Th.
and out
door grin
a girl. I 20, 1105 NW 6th St., illegal ( France told he and training and experience in analytical NO MONEY DOWN VA art exceptional. Priced at SU.rOO.
I newsmen LEARN TO DRIVEI Spcll attention chemistry It bacteriology pay only $100 closing with excellent financing. Let'stake
$5 Vernon
ing, ; Henry lDe Gaulle didn't talk about to nervous or elderly. preferred. Call 3744401 for appt. Best terms EllA a lee today.
ADMITTEDMr.
21, 229 NW 3i 1 Ave., ; Easy Way Orh/lng School. FR Free llfetkn Swim Club Membership
John E. Locklear Julius parking $5. I such a visit. 2-7002. Lie by State Of Fla. WANTED Apply Texan cook Barbeeue full er pert, 411-2455.time. IT'S-WAITINS Hr the family that

t P. McWilliams, Mrs. Mary F. But he added: "The invita- INCOME TAX and BOOKKEEPING Hawthorne. HUGH EDWARDS, needs home a neat In and clean 3 bedroom -
Aldo Jesus Albaquer beautiful Idylwild
SERVICES. 4004 S.W. 20th
Cook, Mrs. Marion P. Hammer, tion of Mr. Khrushchev (issuedin Street. Phon 31W133. INC. located between University and1
2502 NE 10th Ter.
Mrs. Nellie G. David Leslie T. time 1960)) still stands. The date SHOPPINGIN WILL car for elderly gentlemen It-Work Wanted Female N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th Strut new hat large Country lot C'ub.with This fenced' hem In
parking $5
M. Harrell. ; I for this trip will be settled a lit- In quiet. private home. 12 yrs. 372-1551 back yard outside storage and
English, Royetta Cole Imeson II, 25, hospital ..",Ienc.. Phon 374- workshop. Priced at $14400.
Mrs. Sharon A. Witt, all of tie bit later. 4571 WANTED |lob ai a practical nurs
S W 26th St., and companion. HIV own car. $250 DOWN DAN tYRO ASSOCIATES. INC.
Gainesville; Mrs. Gloria C. Mc- parking $5; Robert M < SPECIAL NOTICES Call :374-154 2 BR frame house located an Jack DeYot BrokerASSOCIATES

Fadden Starke; Mrs. Linda P. NEW YORK AP) Actor ENVELOPE addressing and prefeisional NW 12th Terr. $55 per _tII.
Sharp 19, 207 NE 13th TRY OIAOAX TABLETS (formerly Walter Stoddard E. E. Hollowly
James 0. Van Johnson walked out of NewYork's typing to your specifi NEW 3 BR 1 BATH HOMES
Christine Stone
Griffin, High Springs; violation Oex-A-Olet). New name. same cation. Reasonable rates fist
parking $5; fermut only Me. Canova'i DrugStore $500 down. $41 month, located on FR 21511 Its NW. IJth Street
Stockton Crescent City; Dean- [ Memorial Hospital for servie* Writ Box 341-A Gm**>.
Elmer Cullin, 33, j 37 N. Main St. vine Sun. SE 45th Terr. Member Multipl, Listing
nie L. Silas. Newberry. I and Allied Diseases, and got a
Springs blocking traffic $ Call FR 22372 e.FR 2-532. NW SECTION for sole or rent I
NORTH t laky Smart, CkiUf Car II Sckeels 4V InsttiKtie
SO Maurice Windham I hug a kiss and an order from and 4 bedroom t "'''. CCB
DISCHARGEDClent ; FOR SALE BY OWNER new I home. City water, lights andsewers.
41 225 SW 3rd Ave. his nurse, Marion Blackfock. TINY TOT I lit. full tile bath. bunt-In kitchen Shown by appointment.Phari .
Ella M.
B. Beck. Mrs. i "Now don't 1 1st Lesson Free carport. I. stores .cn FR FR 2-MM. _
come back she _ _
violation $5 Esther l-4* 2. ..
Gardner and son, Rosella R. ; Mary PLAY SCHOOLVisit Harvey's Rill Estate k

Mrs. Eleanor F. Price. 18, Route 4, parking said. us and see for yourself. LICENSE COURSE 415. fl. Rm, ,.,....e.. partJaV FREDARNOLD
Dowling
The actor, 47, had been hos- CENTRAL 24 SE tth St. FR.41$4.KIDDIE HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE A-C warn te schools $i .MO EllA
$ Mrs. Stella W. Howell, Jesse $5; Sandy Leroy Ezell, 17, 211 W. Univ. Av*. FR e-3507 slog gown. 3544 NW Tth Av..

Hamilton Lubedia W. Beach, NE 24th St., faulty pitalized for four weeks after KORT 372-3727._ __ owner FR *- 04i.WESTWOOD .
Child car center pick at
Mrs Joyce E. Akins, Mrs. Opal I $10; Michael Stanton Mann, lj i exploratory surgery for cancer. Llntewood and JJ Fi""*,.up Oay MEN-WOMEN Wanted Immediately AGE 11-" distance. LITTLEWOOOWarnine to schools. tBR

0. Heddlesten. Mrs. Hildred D. 257 Fletcher Hall, noisy wk. or mo. Phone FR 2-4447. T* Train For 2 barns horn In Skyline

Sparkman and daughter, Mrs. ler, $10; John Kent )' i" I JERUSALEM (AP) Prime FLORIDA'SLARGEST PLANNED pre-school program youngster awaits tt JACK your CIVIL Offering SERVICE Heights.built-in Study range hardwood 0. .,,"". floor Cent., REALTORImmediate

22 1240 SW 14th St. Minister Levi! Eshkol, 68 and a & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. Good pay, Marl security, vacation heat. Shaded back yard. Cad
,
-
Dorene C. Bates and daughter. Music programs. educational and sick leave pay. 3n. *7& j4 ,
Mrs. Tallulah B. Turner and 1 muffler, $10; Charles widower, will marry a 34-year- film-strips. 7:45-5:45 Mon.-Fri.f For free Information and .
old librarian informed 1331 SW. 13th St. FR 4-3900. local interview write 'I BEDROOM. I'bath, CCB central
daughter. Mrs. Edith H. Pullen Smith 24. 730 NW 2nd SL, [ say American Service _, heat Shaded *.. Built. to. Occupancy
ty muffler, $10: Robert sources in Jerusalem. Box 341-M Gainasvitl* Sun. kitchen: .Ntl.,..,. --vtlllty, WaodbornMg fireplace, separate
and daughter Kenneth H. Crocker. WILL car for child In my tIeme.I room*. paved swoon. end.sewer., family room cheerful kitchen
jamin Canney, 25, 372-D \ I Eshkol's office had nothing to A.M. to 4 PJM. weekdays. FREE COURSE IN LIFE Quiet nalghaameed. Curved' with dishwasher.. Over 1WO sojuar
Phon FR M15. INSURANCE street. 100 K 1IT tot. N. W. sec feet to this 3 bedroom 1 bath
III. backing into an i say about reports that he'll wed tion.. Small down peyrnout.Ins resldnc Available with moat
WOULD Ifti to ear for children' Enrollments are now being accepted -
CITY COURT $10; Emily Lynn Miss Miriam Selikowitch, as- S Hi my hem after 6:30 ,.,n. For for a. < weeks coon tel 20th mediate Place., occupancy.West Vllt,3712. f.N.r- appointment W. attractive term FHA and tnt IwontojufliflOd

Feb. 25 708 NW 10th Ave.. driving I sistant librarian at Israel's Par- MARKETPLACE working Cell FR mothers 14SSf.Employment. or for piMur adults.a better Designed appreciate to give lay of.people lit* can.. see James aVfer Qulncey. tWtherdetails buyer

Judge Ira Carter presiding th} wron? side of the liament. Insurance its uses. advantages. Clayton Arnow. DUfIC'-' Exquisite
and careers avertable In th* Johnston. 372- 5l.BY .
Fined Ernest Freeney 46, $10; field. Classes will begin on Tuel' TM setting and the debit mark

1611 NE 6th Ave., no valid drivers Continued the cases of I LOS ANGELES (AP-Writ. day PJ*. In Mar.the 1 Peninsular* at 7:30 tnewenc until ** ley OWN School.R/Area HfofeetM' 3 Badraom P4rk, Fin-fn this property residence as the being*ud rlercontemporary tutored .

license, $40 or 20 days; Neil S. Smith, Scarsdale N.Y., er-producer Sy Bartlett's fourth Office, f SW 2nd Place. There lined upstairs. Fireplace. rhone- today. lit There the art Gainesville 3 bedrooms Market 3
I* vie cost obligation or f***. FR 2-Om.
Raymond Abbey, 1831 NE 7th less driving; Beauford wife, Carol, 28, won a divorcein 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Phone 373-4707. baths overslud room with panoramic
EST OFFfR lowS payment, view of spartUIng reflecting
n*
St., driving without glasses $10; 931 NE 16th Ave., Los Angeles after 11 monthsof U. S. Civil Service Tests! ,$00 monthly. 111.. *.- Mica tBedroom pool. Of course everything

:John Coye Smith 46, 1700 SE check; Grace Barry. 931 after BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS. Men-women, 1152. Start high asS102.00 1 bam. Screened. b centrally heated or air
marriage testifying that Earn to U hour
up Pr damantratmg perch. TV ........ Air conditioner. conditioned as you wish. Shown
"3rd Ave., drunkenness. $30 or 16th Ave., worthless check ( her husband, 61, was "cool and FORNEW' Cosmetics.famous Full or Studio Part Time.Girl training a until week.appointed.Preparatory Thaw- .. ME Close to School and by appointment only.

12 days; Charles Edward Ford, cases); Joseph Cromwell, withdrawn." Phone 374-4334 after 4. sands of fob* ..... Experience Shopping Center. FR 4-1552.
Walk
FREE biter- To School
usually necuary.
18, 1246 NW 5th Ave., petty larceny 4, reckless display of SALESLADY Decorator motion an lobs salaries reeuiremcnts. REDUCED tor ejuick sale. by
Newest most modern furniture owner. Modem a BR, m .*... Economy and comfort Only (406
10 days and $25 or 10 arms; William D. Home HELSINKI. Finland AP) store bl Northcentr Fla. has name address Writ and TODAY phone.giving Lin- hem ncr Metcaife Elem. & down payment moves your fanvHy
and disorderly conduct opening tor experienced sales. dacoator > Biahep Jr. High. Refrigerator.sfeve .Into wile 3 bedroom I beth
NW -
days, 22nd Ave.. worthless coin Service Box: 331-M. e/ .
President Urbo Kekkonen of wtm ompftaat* on ...... G'ville Son. & air C ftdltiene,. Friendly concrete block horn*. Paved
,20 days and $25 or 10 days; (five cases); Willie B. Opportunity limited only by neighborhood. Only $12400 street Finland left today for a week- $700 casn. See at 1432 NE I4fh full price $13.150.
your Imagination wtiiingnessM and pets 1
Louise W. Jones, 53, 1734 SE 2nd High Springs, worthless) visit to Poland. His work and earn and desIre tog 22 SpecIal. Service Tare Phone FR 2-43 -0, FR 27020. -

Ave., driving while license was T. D. Williams 309 NW long planeis .* hoad. Dog,.* no* M important New Listing
due in Warsaw Tuesday. M experience and abovequattftcatlaitt. "LIKE NEW Thar what y.v'.
,revoked 10 days and $25 or Ter., worthless check; AND CH Mr. Oakley say about clothes cleaned 'at HAZEL HEIGHTS IVk Acre SIte In Rolling Wooded
374-4431 for appt. AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS 2hr. Northwest. Handsome Aristocratof
_10 days; Arthur Ash, 58, no G. Caldwell, Jacksonville, _- service* free ekkua and See our bedroom and 2-eed- homes offer cork floors fireplace -
address listed, drunkenness valid drivers license TAIPEI (AP) President MAKE Spar. time) profitable delivery! AlltoW A" cts tessj ream, ,-... eel home wifebwtnln *, kitchen with built-in refrigerator -
; of selling ,Tvpprrwas Car necessary. 383 ..t. tim St. FR .,I6S. electric stove and even. freezer rang, even.
Kai-shek
,$25 or 10 days; Claude Starling Ann Cameron Arredonda Chiang Nationalist Phon. FR 4-714 Mrs. Central hi... city wtllHie and dishwasher. There are 3
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CEMENT finishing black ..
China TMI \SOft. Wired tar Htevtskn and t. -
the at > bam Priced
night and
40, Graham, Fla., drunk tates, no valid drivers spent sea eZ Remodeling repairs. Phone phone. Large yards CompletelY bedroom at BtOOO.
USED WANTED clout for Insurance m.tIme.. .. reasonably
aboard the light cruiser Providence J grassed Hazel HetoMa to h
enness $25 or 10 days; Johnnie Ordered capla issued
"Ceo age II to a. gemrol office 1'le city hlmt*. Eewippe4 wtffhsewer
E. McCleland 60, Starke drunkenness James Wayne Norton 3620 flagship of the U.s. 7th dutIeS. Including shorthand and 27 Pied fr f.rtilUerOAJRY tlfMSar ClOAA t. PUtt ...0fjMVII .
.,_... Good fring benefits FR. low iMyffVCflf** CkWW* ARNOLDRealty
|25 or 10 days; Hogan Archer Road, no valid Fleel 41241. FERTILIZER iojiryard. tteMI ...... Located w Nar -

Smith, 41, Starke, drunkenness, license, and running & stop sign.Arthur Today Chiang watched a aim- LADY wIth accounts recetvabla SW. $1.2 per beg. Phone >>t- wee ItIheeni..m Ave.. by. West aaaetntment a* 13tn. Company wmtef'

'$25 or 10 days; Floyd David Robinson Sapp, Post Office ulatad assault by Chinese' Nationalist CARS"f. experience M *e 45.,Appfy tyer t*essential Mrs. KateC age phone'- FR- 2-3124. w t w MuttJOJ Ufir/tttWBJ AV*. 3723snAiaodet
SO PITS 4V SUPPLIES 9 t... seboll.. penatlea' IM.nreatace **: .fete Slog
at a'"LWANTED
508 violation and American Marines S since
41, 419 NW 6th Ave., of restriction; attach tar* > HW JAM CiI# 'Oit Weyno AAIiMfrtf

drunkenness $25 or 10 days; Carolyn Ann Cameron, Aired-- against a beach in southern wattres for evening shift.I lEASh pupa. AKC 'Championate fleer 6s to. >**es< earner .... hSME] t.WiI Nedf.5
,. <.. ExeertajKedtretorred.til **. amali ...... Yaneay.Mrinaav NW Nt" ..... P0gW' .,... MIt
Willie Holmes, 53, 900 SE 7th da Estate, no valid drivers ] Formosa. t. Urv. AM Tower ..... sow PSISS *.."* 540 ... PS NIft.



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I, Look around your home and find some cash







I Cash Buyers Will Hurry Right To Your Doors For Just About Anything Around Your Home That's No Longer Needed Look Here's Proof:



Your AreRaising Corona.. i OFFICE EQUIPMENT, used
Yes, Neighbors PIANO Grand excellent condition TYPEWRITERSmith PacemaKer' only 1 year o I d.BEOOOM SUITE complete' RANGE, electric, full S it. Ken. ANTIQUES Square Grand piano, desks chairs. Ming cabinets,.
condition. oven fine china rare art and ?typewriters and adding machines
recently tuned priced at ownPl'.t FR 4-22XX with dresser, spring mattress more. good pieces
US Call chest of drawers and nightstand works fine. M. Owner FR 2furniture.. FR 3-23XX. priced to sell' FR 3-
only $175. Call FR 5-11XX after: anytime. _ _ _
Extra Cash 3:30 weekdaysWant _ _ _ JUS, see at 105 SE 28th 11XX 44XX _ _
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15 Prospects first Sold Unneeded
day equip.
Ads are terrific! Did not know so many
cash
I Sold for

Now! Why Not You ?? Sold) Piano first Day! Sold Quick complete response.set! people wanted a range! Tremendous response! Delighted ment with! results!


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JS Houses For S.U 3 S Heuie for Sal. I IN 35 Houses for Sol* I 43 Colored Property i 45 Furnished Apts. 45 Furnished Apts.


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BEDROOM furnished garage AVAILABLE Mar 1st a nice furn.
DOWN PAYMENT c1n R.bath. ., Jj\ RETIREMENT HOME near New SIFICATIONINDE X HOME HOMES FOR SALE:: apartment; 405 NW Ifttn St. apt 2 rooms & ball Near Univ
: 213 Bedrooms SE 14h St. (
YOUNGAMERICA Central heat, .
air
nans lake. 2 bedroom quietreighjpornood. Phone FRS924
TthAve
& Medical Center W SN
SE illS Ave. Some no down payment .
condo Northwest. $ 000
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with -
S7.500 terms.
Some small down payment Apt. 4. Phone FR <-2 374-2W7
:
C'"I
FURNISHED 3 bedroom bathWater
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE Monthly payment $57 to'
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homesites furnished For
RANCHETTES. S acre I large yard
3 AND 4 Bdroom ?lomes. 'On. NW location on paved hiwa. I 1 .. Mt..rl.m ,1 Wasted U Ba* BUYERS $45 let for Also no homes ocn payment built on your I working coup!e. N.W. 31st Ave DOWNSTAIRS room furnished
Acre lots Go out NW Uth Avenue attractive terms.DOWNTOWN 1 Card of TktiKiS RIDGELLBuilder and 9th Terrace 3129 N.W. 'th '. apt married couples. adults
t i: Xatkiaer TOMMY
Call
HOMESPRESENTS to 43rd St. Intersect Last a F...4 Tool only. no pets.. 41* NE Ttn St.
CI Building Materials Pk-one FR 24125 Terrace Call FR 6-417. .
4 Pers..atized Seeders -- -- -- -
turn right go approximately I BUSINESS LOT. Ideal \ GUIDE ----- -- I
mile see s;gn on left local on for office building. 132 i TraTtl I.fr.atia .5" H..sehoidI GHU I 1 BEDROOM air cond.tioned ONE bedroom furnished apartment .
T. D. ZETROUER. BUILDER I II Special Itvtlees Aati..e. Clean $63 month Na
furnished New
Price $37 500. apartment
. NEW BRICK feet by 120. I UritUa CC Misr 3Sal.!! 45 Furnished Apr*. Phone FR 4-
I[ FR -3t48 7 Bitter. CMM Car ., TraJing P...tU by The James Co. Apartment 111. 1214 S.W 2nd pt or children
Bmby Ave Colonial Manor Apts 1115 7577.
MODELSOPEN PIERCE SMITH I Articles Waited Nl;.fc :4 Dtsircoin "rn.Of'Q ..P..I.n -
113 N. W. 25th Street. Near cern-I J. 9 Places T r. Lad 1 blaf from Ainruit ftera-
pus. 3 BR.. den. oak ThlBO f. BeeAUTOMOTIVE .t Fed Oil Woetfi The James Co of Gainesville. ment Living 'room. dining I I by F.t; ul.y'2s-' -:-- t ROOMS, 2nd floor Gas. lights
pancy
1 10 am Til Dark garage. Central heat fenced : Realtor -:. Boat Harue E,.i,. Inc.. Builders of Kingsberry room: kitchen. Lights andwater .____ 1 and water furnished. Couple Na

FEATURES on paved street 1300. Phone': 1 11 Ca.. .Ba.t. Flak Homes for this area will be furnished Private bath 1.BECROO.furnlshe apart : pets US 727 E. Univ Avenue,
: owner at 372.71t*. 535 N E. 1st St. 37i244fAssociates 11 Office EtBipBie happy to answer any questionsyou and entrance 4-blocks to cam- I ment. Colonial Manor brand -- ------
Fireplaces :, AirplM Salet-KetUU Musical Mer ..*.I.. might have concerning pos S75 FR 2.'7C4 or 2.9195. view furniture. and equipment FURNISHED 3 room garage apt
BEDROOM block house for sale. : 77 MekCe Haves f.r Sales --
Mabel Gore Arie Smitn -- Good location Call 37t-5321
Screened porchI'SCustcm home ownership You might be $120 mo. Occupancy fro 22. .
2 Baths Would like $500 equity ; Irvrki for Sal EASfsTDEGARDEN -
!
kitchen cabinet I ,
one of those that FR 27727
-- -- people now duplex
BR, fenced
I MODERN 2
and take up lHymer>ts. Call FR 1 Tracks IfaBte*
Oversized batnrooms --- ------
J IF you plan to build and would : Traeteri Track XraUUSt REAL ESTATE FOR SALE owns a home but found that it I yard Adults. "2. Phone 37i7M3 -
Plus many other custorrteatUrP I EXTRA etra nice 1 and 2
like custom built home by experienced Is now inadequate. If this is the I large .
: u ____ ____ __ I Ij. L builders that have Trailer EenUks ftc.. SI Lot far 861e case a call to The James Co. BR executive type apts. I BR,

VA & FHATERMS CAROL ESTATES. 3 BR IVi: the tirre to discuss plant with IS St Moterejtlet AmUmtfeUe Kr*.*lrt M Waterfront rrepertv could veryNf'1I solve your APARTMENTS I Fla rm., living 1 dining. rm. ,

bath ,brick: horre, double car you call 3722527. ask for Gene 1% Aale."iles for Site Si HMset Par Sal problems. By this vie mean $57 month upGainesville's kitchen. bath air condtoned.wall ; t 46 Unfurnished Apr*.
per
j. port. Ig utility rm Located 22CIHE Paramore We have availableour M CaraEDUCATIONAL M CatUfe For Sale trading. in your present home to wail closets couple only. >
15tf Terr To see call 316I I 80 plans to choose from. Swap 37 Real Estate ExckaageiU Finest j jFurnishl"d No pets $12 per mo Year i I
Complete' financing can be There are a number of lease required. L. J. Moratto. '
1472 for appt Seal Estate Waited questions located
month
unfurnished 2 BR duplex S50 per
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i - -- -- plained to you right in your .. that we" can answer concerning or 254 NW tht St Ph 373-4957
3* Oat of Te
distance to elementary Property 2 bedroom apartment .. on SE 45IM Terr Call
1 and
talking 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath, concreteblock homeS For appointment call. 1* School 4k leilrwetio. trading We feel that : Lovely I
& Jr Hlgt Scnools.' Snopping iCnurches I' 11'1 I 40 Biilacss Prepertlet 30? NE Vth St. Phone 376- FR 22372.
home central heating THE JAMES CO. Jt Maslc. Daaehf.I 41 Kesid>atial UCOBIO by talking with us you can I r t ROOM furnished apartment $18

i hardwood floors and Fla Rm. Of Gainesville Inc >r..mUi 41 Farms Jk Aerett pick a suitable floor plan. and I ____ __ __ __ I *eek. blocks from square '*
YOUNG j Located near LiHlewood and [ Builders of Kirtflsberry : a W..( d-ImlrieiUa 4S Catered rrtserlr exterior design that will suit 20 PERCENT DISCOUNT FOR I I block' :ff W Univ 12 NW 3rd 47 House for Rent h,..
Westwood schools Terms to suit mtes 3727401. from FR ..70RI
Ph. 3722527 your needs our many YEAR'S RENT. Super Clean efficiency -! Street
I ._ .
buyer. Call 3723793 after II m. -- EMPLOYMENT plans that we. keep on hand. Private bath & entrance THREE BEDROOM furnished house
RENTALS f
AMERICA for appointment Owner moving BEDROOM 1 bath central heat 17 Werk Wasted State A call to the James Co. will i Beautyrest mattress expensive i I THREE rooms and bath downtown on large lot 710 N.W. 14th Ave

I I _out of. stale.:-*21_N W:.. 35th__St= I I Built rrembership.in air VI conditioner month. Call Pool I* Werk Wanted Feaale 44 CatUtet Far Kent I get all the facts about any i sding; makes cool in summer, area iSS per month. Water Near shopping center House

NO qualifying By owner 4 bed :r FR 24443. It Sales Eel, Wanted 45 Finished Apts type financing any questionsyou I warm in winter. Best part of j furnished Call FR 2442) or FR available Mar Is?. Rent SIM a
HOMESNW I Feaal. might have without any I month. Call 376-2U5
321 NE 3rd Str
2 IS Helix-Male r 4( Fafuraished city : 21633.
bath FHA financed A I
I' room. obligations on your part. __. ... _. _
f-- 1$ Mai Help Waited ;
Small down payment 300t N.E. 47 Hoiscs far Krat Para.4S BEDROOM furnished apartment,
34th & 7th Avenue 11 Female Help Waited .... .
12in St FR B. far Real
26590 rnfara.
I I We have lots available In I near Univ. $50 a month. 2 Bedroom -
4*
Phone 372-7070 Raomc far Kent most any section of town for I furnished apartment bust-
FARMS LIVESTOCK W Betel RaarasSI you to choose from. ness vicinity "0. FR 21123 or
FORDYCEONCE McKinney :1 .&r. Ea'.ea' Misc. Rentals 23794. TOTAL
--I 27 Feed Fertilizer S1A Wanted T. Beat Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene I Enjoy
HOUSES FOR SALE: 38R2- 2. Livestock: .. Sapplie i; Baardcrt Wanted Paramore have over 30 years SPACIOUS down stairs 2 bedroom
Batn. central heat witn fireplace i INa t!t Laallse..lac Tip Sell *S: Office De k Space combined experience m the furnished apartment 705 N E. 2nd

NW 47th Terrace Price lifetime comes along a truly ; Green SO Pet Sapplie it aa.I.... Rentals onstructlon of homes. By careful St. 510 month. Phone FR 4-
SI 500 lovely home Beautifully landscaped -
II LlveiUrk; Waited 5270. in the
supervision by Jim and
CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3 BR grounds; a real town Living
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I'n. SE 46th Terr W.500. Estate 3 bedrooms, panelled SERVICEFINANCIAL Gene it will enable you as the NICE apartment close in. Private i

Payments S45 per moSR i study long living room huge DeatonREALTORS i homeowner to get more home entrance, bath & shower. Utili-
S. Ruiiacs OppertMtticiS7 I* SpecIal Serf iceix for your money and certainly I
bath. SE 44th Terr 6500. .
formal dining room and Florida i ties and antenna furnished. 513
MinCe U L.i. : Ham Imprarement makes The James Co. construc.
S4S per mo. i room All this complete with two S.E. 2nd Place. FR 2.2582. COMPLETESuburban
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And also some trade-in Houses car and extras I 5. MertficeiSt 24 Radio TV Service tion to be beyond compare. -- -
Call FR -74"6. I $42500 garage many E l'h.tJ Waited 2$ Appliance >'nrnil.ra NICELY furnished 1 bedroom duplex -

I : LittlewoodHere I c:; By building primarily the I Utilities furnished. N. W.
l"'IIIIItII IIIIII __''IIIIIIImIIIIII! Kingsberry home we eel we Section Call FR 2301

INVEST NEW LISTING h the house that will suit have a great advantage and I --- --- ---
i This beautifully landscaped andspacious I II I. your needs It has the location 35 Houses for Sale 39 Out of Town Property great opportunity for you as NICELY furnished 2 bedroom Community

I, 4 bedroom. 2 bath home I -- right by the school. It has I I the purchaser to pick design apartment. Spacious, Quiet. Excellent .

TAX located on a paved street in J. 3 B R. 2 baths, Fla rm.-Kitchen and floor plans that are createdby I neighborhood. S100 month
: J. Finley School area has a com in tion Central heat I OUT of town property for rent. 3 some of the country lead 3 FR 6-3985 after 6pm. FR -7142"DOLLAR I
j living with fireplace i JUST Sf7 MONTH Incl T 4 I., 3 bedroom 1 bath, sWimming. fishing "
lovely room only SU500 Can be FHA isA ,a' ing architects. I
Gets 3 BR l' bath homeon
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Florida and with
and boating
room. golf course DIZZY
REFUNDThats : I have financed left-town One and yr. -must Owners" sell big N.W. lot. on dead-end across the street $70 a month. It you desire complete ln or- I V Quality HomesYou'll
street $16.000 gets big kitchen This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home Is
A COUNTRY ESTATE You should investigate before youbuy II IIwith Call GR 5.2981 or GR 5-5172 mation call The James Co. and
pantry, hardwood floors, neat and clean Nice patio and ,
Melrose Fla House location will be to to
is yours in this Iltr.ctltwo I Call FR 23617. we happy come "
Your best investment separate BR. wall to wall carpeting Keystone MflghH. home and spend any carpOrt. on large corner lot. Located home for ourmGrleY at
right story horn with fireplace m the est shrubs and your be getting "more
: gas logs \ of tune. to in NW Area $500 down
I amount
: living room and a delightful uwn Fenced yard, and other necessary and S85 month Call Our to'design attractive -
AnglewoodBeautiful anytime. Court Manor. goal is
42 The James Co. systemof Highland
It
Farms
AcesogsFARMS explain
for your tax refund 1 formal dining room. Located on a features 719 N.vV. 1th Lane i iI
: large five acre lot in South : J B/. I Bath homesurrounded I It I home ownership ERNEST TEWREALTY homes featuring more living space far les
west Gainesville S25.OCO. spacious park RANCHES. ACREAGE I
t tI
is the down payment SI3.300 like grounds-equipped witn under BY OMNER. leaving to- this RURAL PROPERTIES We can secure FHA. VA and I money and we'r been doing it for over 25

1 I ground sprinkler system This !I weeK. Must sell to best offer ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTOR several different types of conventional I

en a new Hugh Edwards SPARKLING house has many attractive exTras :I 3 Bedroom 2 bath, CCB house i U.S. Hwy. 441 Micanopy, Fla. financing. MULTIPLE ASSOCIATES LISTING years

is I and must be seen to be -580.50 monthly payments Total j Ph. 466-3120
end new this delightful two
home. Let refund be 1 I Let MS mention a few of Les Jackson Ralph Glaeser
your bedroom home close M Elocation appreciated Let us show it to price $13350 3854 NW. 16th
in a 280 ACRES. Tobacco allotment 5
Steve Kesters.on29t0
I
the Homes that are either Under -
Centrally heated and you. Call FR 2-3617. PI Phone 3760213 room house. Paved road. Closein. / Services
construction or in the NW 13th St 374-4461 City
the down and
payment ---- -
planned for economical living $225 an Acre. Gladys Smith, I
This genteel' home can be handled 'Florida Park FOR SALE BY OWNER NW Realtor. 122S W. University Ave planning stage. 1.--;;;;M'"nl ;;.;;;;;;;;;.;.n"';;;;;.;..;.;;; ;;;;I-;;;; ;" I;;;;
Section 3 BR, 2 bath CCB """ ""' WI "
rrolte monthly payment I with a small down paymentand This is built 172-5393-. ._ 4-bedroom. 2-full tile baths, I "It'JllliIlWIJII'5I All) city services are available ot Highland Court
most attractive 4 central heat
a appliances -
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like rent. Monthly S7300 monthly including payments tax and interest of only B R. 3 Bath home appointed with Large utility room, dbl carport "SELLING FLORIDA SINCE 190o" living room lot family 100x276'.room.This LI"M5 I NorwoodHope I Manor. Streets are paved and curbed, storm dram-
Situated
payments -
on a
: excellent features -- Large' welt paved street on sewer Small LOS TRANCOS WOODS I and fire
landscaped lot, L.R. with pan- down payment FR 64774 after 4 is a VA home By buying now age and sewers in place! There police

include taxes and FORDYCEASSOCIATES rlf'dNood burning fireplace plusan p.m. Wooded homesites west of you can be your own decorator f5 protection and refuse pick-up too.

entertainment room. more Gainesville. Drive west on NMI39tn I i
insurance and ore as low than 2.200 sg. ft. of extraordinaryliving MUST SELL S4SO down S13.500 Ac. turn right on SR No. bedroom, Vi baths strip
hardwood floors. Situated on a
space and alt, correctly 3 BR Ig panelled living rm. 241 and watch for the sign on the I "H" Inc.
,
t well shaded lot that is on a
es $82 mo.PINE I created for gracious living. You'll .& dining area fa kitChen. nice right or call for map and plat end street Small down / RecreationHighland
be proud to be the owner of this lot. 1425 NE 7th Terr. FR 23114. to be mailed at no obligation. dead I We Trade Homesor I I
low monthly pay.
Ii home in the exclusive northwest Inspect these 2.. acre tracts today payment
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FOREST INC. section. Shown by appointment $36 down with reasonable ments. Property f I Court Manor's exclusive Swim Club and

only with McKINNEY-GREEN, terms I I
f V* baths terrazzo GamesVille You
MLS Realtors Inc. MERRillt Ralph Realtor 3-bedroom llBlUlllmtllllllllllltllUllUIUYlIIIIIlIIII I Community Center is unmatched in
Inc.
Ey Hugh Edwards I floors. Situated on a large
Grace
Mn. Fordyce. Broker
I, t FOSSEY I corner lot. $400 down and less i 'I receive free membership with purchase of a new
I 11JIrs. Mary Moeller. Broker ASSOCIATES = The following are ready for =
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NE 16th Ave and 15th St. Mr E. W. Moeller. Associate J. Fred Guy Virginia A. Power I Excellent new Idling, for those. 11 W. University Ave Ph. 374-1359 than $75 per month plus taxes is I = occupancy = home. Featured with the giant pool are facilities for

Mr Harvey Benton Associate Col. J. W. Davis Jayne Butterwortn..! interested in income properlyThree and insurance This one = 1021 NW 4,0th Dr. iS facilities. and the
bath house baseball. basketball. playground
372-1551 92 West university Ave. H. J. Wiltshire bedroom one ready to occupy. 3 BR Pa Bath $500 an.H = I
with attached two bedroom ,
i one
.-- 316.1236_ u___ ___ _. Multiple Listing bam apartment Both furnished I McCOY'S 4-bedroom, 1 tiled baths, extra I $107 Mo. I Clubhouse:
Call' us tor information on this large recreation room den.
tine property. Macoma Homes, built-in kitchen completely air I 4628 SE 2nd PI I

conditioned Located in one of = 3 BR 1 bath S6CO dn. $74 g

I SERVICESHome $300 DOWN 1 bedroom masonry Inc.For Gainesville finest neighbor = per mo I / Convenience

home with oak floors carport Rale. ery attractive 3. hoods. 58

utility room and fenced; bedroom. 1-batit home 4617 I 4527 & 4617 SE lot PI. i I The total suburban community is only minutes away
back yard-$11 I closing cost.: I t:. Cruvr.it> .0\\... walking We are planning a two-story 58 3 BR 2 bath. 5500 dn. J4* =
distance to Lake forest home with over 2200 SQ. Ft I gs per mo |= from public and parochial; I schools, churches, and
I DUPLEX.2 bedrooms In each schools Puke $12.500 S300 of living area. The price on 0 S
And this will amaze I shopping areas. Yet the strictly residential section
Business one you.
apartment-kitchen equipment Included down and S750! per month 303 fc 313 SE 38th St. sI

I near University ONLY Can Gerald or V O McCoy is removed from noisy areas and busy streets.
build 16 homes
to
$14100. OWNER WILL FINANCE .1?. Day >R 6-7J90 Bights TRM15 We plan and I 304 & 314 SE 39th St. ,
I in the NE Gainesville area
). Office corner N, Main 3 BR 1 bath $500 dn. $64
BuIldozngBULLDOZERS Repair John Merrill B\d have already, picKed the floor |f g
I rrl :23rd plans and exterior design that S per mo s

___ __ __ ______u is most suitable for each lot.
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j 10 Dragune backhoe EDS FIXIT SHOP Realtor I IIflOOIIUtIllflIflDflStflfllIlflflflI.I1IOI1B! I Highland Court ManorSales
.
wheel tractors motorgrader HOME REPAIRS CjoiTttiS = i

Free estimates W. G. IT IT NEEDS FIXING' MULTIPLE LISTING. E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN s The following are under conS
(Buck Johnson FR629.. Phone 372 1494
CALL 372 2572 = slruction and will be ready =
jI -- -- ----- --- ASSOCIATEDMARCELLA JR. S for occupancy soon E Office Located at N.E. 23rd Blv f.
FREE Estimates on your re. PAROI ,
CarpentryGRADY pairs and additions Complete W H. BUCKHANNArJ ROMPS Lots Income Buf- 1 I
I 10x12 bedroom S675. Cornpeete And Lake Property I I 3701 NW 21st PI. and 11th Terrace Phone 372-3471
CABINET WORKS 14x20 Florida room S1MO ---- ---- -- Incas = 3 BR. 2 bath $750 dn. S9.Pf'r S sg '
OVER 1,400 F=1. plus! carport and Farms and Acreage pI
I mo.
Conduction Co. Phone
King
Custom built cabinets and moldings .1 E. -CtRLY" KUEHN. Jr.
I FR3.4E4.. porch 3 BR. and study.1.ta 58 a
refinishing and
spray 63* N. MAIN ST
bath attic fan. built in drawers.
3707 NW 21st PI 1
pamtmg and (0x40 FR <2032 Broker FR < $S44 For More InformationCall
1533 E University Avenue I vanity storage galore 4 BR. 2 bath $100 dn $107 m
Phone 3728313 'I RemodelingNEED Convenient to Metcalf I I = per mG.I H
I Bishop Parochial Schools. MOMo ----- ---- --- -

I V.A. 4*. percent. FR -2775.. i
FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA I D IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIutmIIIIIIIIIlIII\IIII1II! \
A NEW Florida room carport I TheJames I _
patio, screened porch, 1 OWN YOUR
FIREEXTINGUISHER etc? Call now and get It don WOULD YOU LIKE COOPERATIVEAPARTMENT FOR RENT Builders and Developer
I
I
CO. for the summer months. Call I' Co.Of 124 SE 7th St.

Appraisal Service Sales and ServiceAll 372104 after 5 P.W. for fret To live lust outside Cily? Then I I Ii 3BR,1 Bath

types of Fire ExtinguishersPick estimate. take a look at Ihis Charming 3 Gainesville. Inc. 1 Year Lease. JIOO per Mo. Ii -- -----------
up and delivery service -- BR. 2 Bath Home at 4147 NW I For Information I

I C. R. Thomas Ph J7i'|9G THINKING OF PAINTING? Call :3ith St Lire shaded lot 100x264 :I Builder of Kinjsberry 1IIII\IWDI1IIII1I111111UI'J1muU1lJlltDiIUliIDlIIUI\ : I

FRED B. ARNOLD *'nesvilie. Fla us for an estimate on Aluminum Fenced back y.rdNith fallout University Pork Homes.
REALTOR siding: End painting worries shelter Gorgeous built in kit. Den = ALL OUR HOMES ARE -_
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL Heating t forever 37&-lj or 372741E or 4th BR: Priced' .! only $1*.' I Apts. OFFICE PHONE g OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- i| BUTLER BROS.
SERVICE I RAYS 750. See this one 372.2527 JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF H
121" W UNIV. AVE. PH 37? M7 Box 11025Ft. I 15 YOU WILL JUST CALL. HS
HOLIDAYS
NIGHTS &
ART ."LL"' Hr.It l'g. (Hot Air BREAK Lauderdale, Fl*. 1123 S.E itt STREET I
GIVE SELF A
Appliance Repairs I f Hot water" ) Air conditioning and 1 Upholstery'UPHOLSTER 372.7401 FR 6-5301 or FR *-79 t 1964 Parade

Refrlgerat Pn 172.1.IS. 1J I II I
I Years Exparenc.Home t By inspecting this lovely 38ft ---._ -- -------- u .____.._u_..___.___
i 2 battt Ocala' block home before iillllllllllllllfl\llllllllllf.IIII1III1IW'\ -
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Parker Appli. Serv. you buy Bunt in kit. applianceswith
reasonable prices Call Sally Shallow Lawn Estates
otshwasher Breakfast nook.
Expert Malor Appliance Servke Service I' Experienced FR 4-tlt Large screened porch. Cent. heat Custom.built homes that look I of Home Values

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Prompt. Efficient J j See al 3525 4JY 7th Place Down f'ustom-buiJt. If you ate tired
Courteous 2-?SAuto 5 WOOD HO':. E IMPROVE.ENT SewingAlterationst i to eartn price SI*.IOC. of home with th.t sub-dm ATTENTION
I Licensed i. Bonded Bjiidvj : MB look .*.

Equipment Pa'oRoolino Florda;; Rcorrs Carports Gutter SEAMSTRESS I do .emtng of ail 5300 DOWN F. D. Oliver. Bide.Pb. 3 & 4 Bedrooms
( kinds 1 Dressmaking' Mrs. W I 21 !-tII Ii
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Rep*.r kit for requirement Dial I Attractive 3 BR 1 trn Execonoition fore alga! .a left S Palm View Estates

Walker Jacks Factory' authorit I ; Machine Good netohborhood
lObby Wood Fred V.oocat Repoln I
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Service Agent HULL BRAKE Fenced yard A real boy at Fernwood ManorWestmorland

SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. I $10 000. See at 3U N.E 4JtH St. I
CALLSEAING MACHINE SERVICE
Main FR 2U 7Auto .rea- : I
CO. $15 W. University UNIVERSITYREALTY I QUALITYHOMES Estates
Ave 371075 v repair III
Glass I Makes V ork
FHA and conventional lowest fully guaranteed

current rates. Terms to 25 FHA from $400 Down
AUTO GLASS is our only bu&tress. -; years Will gladly discuss at M Tree Service '
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Immed,ate Installation; I obligation Call tomorrow Ills N. Man St. Ph 372-4351 II
tree pickup & delivery Add J. W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor W M MUftI'M. Realtor Westvillo I
beauty t value. to your car 3* N. Main St. Ph. F R I44H ASSO. S. E. McLaughlin VA .. Nothing DownAsk

AXAULDIN AUTO GLASS CO. FRE'DBRNO.D: SAPPS TREE SURGEONSFor Frank Roby Roy McCann, NW Uth Av.. at 37th St. ,
313 N W 4th St PR55S expert tree surgery. landscape .
T. C. Douglas Jr.
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LOANS plan. 374-174. N.E. 11th Drive 3003. 4 BR V4battt down payment.
1219 W.. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 SAPP'S TREE SURGEONS CCB home with air cond;- Carol Estates I
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DON MORTGAGE MONEY tioner and central heat Only

BUILDING *. REPAIR I SERVICE. $'2 per cent interest Terms to Watch Repaii- SSOO down and monthly eayrrents HE 9th St. at 18th AM.TERMS .. 7\ Drive west on 16th Ave., turn left at Model I
"A makes
repaired louse a 25 of Ie'.U. Call FR 2104* after 5 i
happy tiofe"' Call Dona P. BUY years- BUILD REFINANCE and Weekend!. WHEN YOU BUY YOUR HOME GO TO Home sign on NW 39th Terrace.
retrueci 2132 N E. lifts Drive
FR 0-M07 j Dan Call Byrd t' KNOll your time Is enact You BY THE OA'NER in Idylewilde 2 A MULTIPLE! LISTING REALTOR
cat be sure when HATCHER!I BR. CCB house. Me feam family >
CARPENTRY ROOFiNG 125 HA 13 St Pn FK J2S11 Warner Weseman Gladys? Smith Rea'tyErnest
JEWELERS cleans. adiusts. room. Call 3724001 ar er

ADDITIONS GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA tunes your ..atch Quick $H. 3:30 ".M. J. W. Kirkpatrick Realty Tew, RecltyMcKinney.GreenDeatfl BUTLER BROS. Builders

Satisfaction guaranteed and conventional I loans Low t vice_Bring it In' today 4 E. WALTER STUBBS, University Rea't/'!

r. R Schultie 372-2051 rates Terms to 2S years 1223, UPIV Ave FR t__ Inc. I John Merrill Agency Arnold Realty ,
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,Tuesday, March 3, 1964 Gainesville_ __n__ ____ Sun____ _IC_
0 .. 47 Houiei for Rent Furn. 64 Household Goods 66 Misc.. For Salt 73 Musictl MerchandiseFOR 15 AUTOMOBILES for SAL I 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALI 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE -.

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FREEZER IS cu. ft. Excellent con 1957 CADILLAC, Sedan deVille ..
2 BEDROOM furnished. single.MO T-A-G APPLIANCESTested dition. S250. 2315 NE 11th St. SALE Small Upright plane, CHRYSLER 55. 4- a month. 3114 N.W. 14th Street. and Guaranteed Phone FR 228M. power steering engine & transmission factory air. cream puff. used car call FR *-A,J7 after 7 RAMBLER TRADE-INS ARE
Phone FR 4-0787. Married coup- 42 Refrigerators from S3* up AZALEAS trouble free. Ph. owner 1750. 372-4411 for appt. to see p.m. or ell day Sunday, Mr.
: lea pref.rred. Ranges from S3* up J74-1MI 1504 NW 12th Rd. Chaffan.
17 Washers FOR sale all sizes. Wholesale BRING out the best In
from $J' up Automotive your car.
: a"BEDROOM furnished suburban a Dryers from S4* up price. 2145 N.W. 10th St. Superior! Auto painting & body TWO CARS 1962 Studebaker. 4- CLEANER-BETTER
home. Plenty of room close to 2 Food-Freezers from S99 up 14' REFRIGERATOR MERCURY !.$ 4 dr. hardtop work. Fast dependable service; cyl. wagon. 19i MERCURY 4-
school. Available April 1st. $120 2 Dishwashers from $4* up across top loaded with extras for M a week. free pickup, delivery. WRIGHT'S door sedan. air and power excellent
freezer. Also fiood Tappan 36"gas
month.-Call FR 3-4957 L. J. 10 TV Sets Call Bill/ 372-V4. HAH Motors. BODY condition. Will trade or
per from S35 up WORKS. 2031 NW 6th St.
Both In like new 77 Mobil Homes for Sale
AAoratto 2505 N.W. etn St. JIM VOYLES range. FR Real Call
: APPLIANCE CO. condition. Also family size fire 707.W3 sell either. Bargain USED CARS!
41* NW Stn Ave.Ph. 372-5303 PONTIAC. 1955. two tone paint 376-9014 after S p m.
safe. 2145 N.W. 10th St.
CHEVY II Station
1 BEDROOM furnished house. 3242 loaded with extras for tf a week. wagon
: N.W. 11th St. Corner of 23rd Avt. RUG and pad, 11 x 23 gold MUST SELL. Yellow & white port. I 40MODELS Call Bill 372-374. H & H Motors. Air conditioned auto. trans., *5-I Automobiles Wanted
: House open. Call 316.4mFORDYCE: color. S125 Freezer Frostless. RCA T-V with stand. Alum. radio & heater three seats. Save Many Dollars on these:
white side walls 4.000 miles
16 cu. ft. S225 Bedroom suite In VOLKSWAGEN
,
frame cot. Remote out 41
camp 2 dr. sedan.
less than 5 mos. old. S100 cash. WANTED. 1950 thru 1m Fords
: walnut $300. 374-0070. board hose. 600 x 13: Black ON DISPLAY Very good condition. Must sacri-
gas TO CHOOSE take up payments. Call 372- and Chevrolet See at Herndon 63 Rambler
Eagle tube. All excellent con FROM LOWEST PRICES, fice. Phone 376-9615 before 4:30 1171 I to 5-312-5731 after 5 Service Station *U S. E. 4Th 62 Chevrolet
3 BR 2 bath home completely dition. Ph. FR 62810.REPOSSESSION SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. P.M. 1616 NW 39th St. P.M. Street. 4-dr Classic '663'. automatic,

SI redecorated.SO per month.Available Call Mar. 15. 3622BEACH SALE TRAILER MARTHwy. -, radio. heater. air con*, power 4-dr Bel-Air automatic, radio"
steering
reclining ,
seats Ikenew. t.ater.-er .
steering a e -
: FORDYCE & ASSOCIATESINC. .
17. Phone 32S-1050 .
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nice carl
BLVD.IN 142 Singer 301 SI. Needle Sit
OPEN WEEKDAYS HAWES POWERS MOTOR CO. $2495
*2i W. Univ. Ave. Phone 374-1234. UNTIL 9 $1895
$47 p.m.
Storage Warehouse 143 PlaIt
SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 SMITTY SAYS :
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 4 1963 Universal Zig Zag U4 EAST PALATKA. FLORIDATWO

.ROOMS FURNITURE 143 Necchl Supernova S77 -bedroom house trailer s00 THESE CARS HAVE GOT TO GO 63 Rambler 62 Rambler
UNFURNISHED HOUSE for rent. C. & APPLIANCES one bedroom house trailer $750. Classic 44r '660'. automatic, 4-dr Custom automatic, radio,
Located 107 SE 4th Ave. For In- 1963 Elna Free arm S42 Can be rented. Phone 374-8234 air conditioned, heater power neater, individual reclining
formation call J. T. Howie FR Repossessed Monday to Friday to S. ( In stock. over 30 Days) steering like new in and out. seats. Extra, extra nice.
21090. 1964 Automatic > does everything
$2395
Because of family troubles lust drop-in cams only S55 NOW SHOWING "If: You Don't like Our Prices $1395
LARGE corner furnished room. with 19&4 MOBILE HOMES .
private bath and entrance. Can come In & take over paymentson Cabinets optional.All 2 and 3 bedrooms, all Floor
_be seen at 114 N.W. 2nd St. entire houseful. Consists of a Plans. Terms tailored to meet 63 Rambler
beautiful 2 PC. living room suite !"! 60 Chevrolet
machines guaranteed your budget. Drive a little and MAKE US AN OFFER
,
in
MODERN 3 BR, 1t4 bath home nylon sofa makes Into bed save a lot at 4-dr Classic '660' station wagon.
also club chair
matching w-solld
near Metcalfe Elem. & BishopJr. foam cushions, Terms arranged. Ask for credit CONNOLLYMobile automatic. Heater individual f-passenger station wagon automate
2 decorator
374-1075. Home Sales, Inc reclining seats. Very very low radio. heater, low mite-
High. Refrigerator stove & manager
,
2 tables in
lamps step margolitewith
GW WARRANTY GW WARRANTY mileage. NEW!
Nice)
air conditioner. Friendly neigh 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 age
matching cocktail table. In
ANTIQUE for sale. Call
borhood. No pets Indoors. Will the bedroom massive double organ Phone 62241M $2495
rent to married 372-4310. Closed Sundays
couple or small
dresser with tilting mirror. chestof 63 NEWPORT 2-dr. HT PS PB A/C R&H AT Was $3395 1 Is $3095 $1395
family. $125 monthly. See at 1432 drawers & bookcase head SHOTGUNS 16 Gauge pump; 12 FOR SALE 2$' 1 bedroom trall.r.Exc.llent ,

or NE F 14th R 27020.Terr. Phone FR 2-3038 board with sliding panels for gauge. double, barrel. (2) .22 rifles condition. Manaro's 63 NEWPORT, 4-dr. HT, PS, PB, R&H, A/C, AT Was $3295 Is $2995
clock all
your radio done in 1-pump 1-bolt with scopes.
Restaurant. 2120 H a w t home 62 RAMBLER
TWO bedrooms. 1 block from exotic Sahara Mist finish. Sec 2 gun racks. 1 desk and lamp Road. FR 2-4690. 63 AMERICAN, 4-dr.. AT H, 9,000 miles Was $1595 Now $1495 60 Rambler

school. Big $40. 1012 end bedroom has twin maple snare drum and stand cornice 63 VALIANT 4-dr. V-ZOO AT PS R&H Exec. Car American. 4-dr station waron,
yard. NW
beds. Kitchen has deluxe 7 PC boards. all reasonable. Call FR radio, heater aa extra nice
39th Avenue. Ph. 372455. dinette set with formica top OBEY THAT IMPULSE. DrIve a 4-dr, automatic, radio, eater,
2-1274 or see at 1045 NE 13th little to Was $2045 Now $1945 boyl
table t 6 foam padded chairs. Place. save a lot. Below mar air cond, clean inside and out.

UNFURNISHED house. 804 N.W.2 25th bedroom Avenue.frame S55 Admiral refrigerator with cross WASHER automatic Frigidaire. I ket,Sales clean.Rt.Lake 100. Geneva SE Keystone Trailer 62 FAIRLANE, 4-dr., V-8, R&H nice . Was $1445 Now $1345 $1345 $995
top freezer shelves In door &
37Z-8291 per month.8:30 Available to .:30 now.or 372-Phone 57 dairy bar. 36" range with oven. 4-months old. You assume pay- Hts.. Fla. 62 STUDEBAKER, 4-dr., AT, R&H, real clean Was $1195 Now $995

after 5:30. broiler and storage drawers. ments. Can be seen at Jim 61 OLDS 4-dr. 88 PS PB R&H clean Was $1545 Now $1495
Orig. price $1,019.38 Voyles Appliances. WYATTTrailer : 62 FORD 59 Mercury

HOUSE for rent unfurnished, 3 BR. BALANCE DUE ONLY BARBIE type doll clothes priced I 61 PLYMOUTH, 4- dr. wagon, PS, PB, AT, A/C, R&H I .

1 bath. 2414 E. Untv. Call 376- $267No lower than commercial. Others Was $1495 Now $1395 LaU model Tab-laae sot V-l 4-dr. Automatic radio, heater,
5709 after .:30 P.M. made on request. Phone 372-6512. SalesHome enfiae. automatic transmle- exceptionally clean. Finished In

money down. 1150 week. Ask ELECTRIC range Kenmore excellent 61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr., AT, R&H, V-8 . : Was $995 Now $845 nOD beater.power::.000 steerta honest*.mile radio, black and white. Sharp..

FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bath. built-in for Brock's furniture in storage condition. Storage drawer. Pacemaker Mobile of Homes 61 FALCON, 2-dr., red clean . . Was $1095 Now $895

kitchen corner lot. 2 blks. from atNATIONAL Rotissere. fl' N.W. 22nd Ave. Shasta and Airstream 61 VALIANT, 4-dr. V-200, AT, R&H nice Was $1195 Now $995 $1695 $895
Metcalfe School & |Ir. high. 1943 WROUGHT iron and glass tables Travel Trailers
NE 15th Terr. S125 per month. and chairs. 1 year old. Sellingdue Ocala's First Mobile Home 60 PONTIAC, 4-dr. Catalina, AT, PS, PB, R&H.
Call 3725738. Furniture to remodeling. Gate House Dealer Since 1948 61 RAMBLER
1923 Silver Was $1395 Now $1295
Springs Blvd. 59 Chevrolet
I Restaurant. Dial FR 4-5843 even-
I
:M REDECORATED..nd refrigerator.2 303 Bedroom.S.E. 8th Stove St. Warehouse Ings. Phone Ocala.629-1358 Fla. 60 DODGE, 4-dr., AT, Heater, 6, nice . Was $995 Now $845 Clauie transmission 4.., aadaa.beater.standard Extra

Phone 376-M17 Weekends: after MOWER. power edger metal AIR conditioned SO x 10'< Mobile 60 OLDS, 2-dr., '88', AT, heater PB, 1-OwnerWas $1195 Now $1095 clean. Sedan delivery, extra nice!

::| i p.m. weekdays. 3622 shelves lawn chairs piano, Home. set up with 20' x 108' 60 RAMBLER 4-dr. Classic AT A/C PS AT 9-pass. $995
I portable dishwasher play pen I awning and 50' TV antenna on $895
FOR RENT 2 Bedroom Brick house.
baby carriage. vanity set. barstool shady lot in Hickory Hill readyfor Was $1145 Now $1045
217 N.E. 2nd Ave. $100 a month. Beach Blvd. recliner, glass dining
: Phone 2-4065 for appointment. table coffee and end tables excellent Fla. living. $3- 60 LARK 2-dr. HT AT R&H Was $745 Now $675
250.00 call FR 4-6548 after 5:30. sharp . NO
FOR RENT unfurn. 3 BR frame Next< So. gate Plaza FL f-2541 lamp. 376-1570. MONEY DOJr'NS3
60 NEW YORKER 4-dr. HT PS PB R&H A/C
home, outside city limits. Call OPEN DAILY *-*; SUNDAY 12-6 51 GREAT Lakes for sale excell. ,
:I 3722907. I Jacksonville, Florida 70 Boats-Marine Equip. ent condition. Phone 372-6400 AT. Was $1895 Now $1645
after 4 P.M.
NASH $21 Mo. I 56

: 49 Rooms for Rent 66 Misc. 144 50 HP. Mercury engine. Electric 25 FT. Henslee, shower & toilet 59 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. HT, PS, PB, R&H, At, nice Like newt Original paint RAMB. $26- -Mo._

For Sale starting with controls. Still real clean complete. Ready togo Was $1495 Now $1395 .
: NICE room close in. Private en- in original crate with full war- good rubber new furniture -------- 57 DODGE $23 Mo.
., trance all channel antenna. Off I ant .. Save over $170. Call FR sleeps 4. $800. Trader's Barn. N. : 59 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. HT, PS, PB, R&H, AT, A/C -
.. street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd WOULD like responsible party to 2-7S33. end of 8th St.. High Springs. Was $1595 Now $1495 58 PLYM. $32 Mo.
Place. FR 2-2582. pay S10.00 monthly on late model I 57 Rambler $29 Mo.
Singer Slant-o-matic in console FOR SALE 12 ft. plywood boat FIRST quality mobile home 59 CHEVY. 4-dr. HT PS PB AT A/C owner -
1962// one
NICE room. close in. Private en Bal. $169. Phone 376-0290. with trailer. S75. Phone 374-8328. Schult 50 x 10', 2 BR, I -
S trance. 204 NE 5th Avenue. kitchen, excellent condition $, Was $1195 Now $1045 57CHEV. $29 Mo. 55 BUICK $26 Mo.
9.V GE IS FT. open-cock pit offshore
refrigerator. Excellent Lot 49, Nook Trailer
Phone FR 8855.. condition. WO. Phone FR 6-1781 fiberglass boat. complete controls Park 3723883.MeMURRAY Shady. I 59 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. HT, Fury, PS, PB, R&H AT nice I
& tanks BUICK7$32Mo.
10 5
lights gal. 57
afternoon. 55 CHEV. $29 Mo.
:;NEWLY furnished clean, cheerful 40 h.p. Johnson tilt trailer, skies Mobile Home Sales. Was $1095 Now $995
.. room. Comfortable bed. Day. THE BEST costs less. Dry clothes ropes. belt life preservers t, 8-10 wide 1 or 2 BR, used lakeor
57 PLYMOUTH 2-dr. HT R&H nice . Was $495 Now $425
week or month. Housekeeping for less with Philgas from Fuilgas ladder. $1100. Phone 3725738. house trailers from $1,295. 1 ,
privileges. FR 6-0410.. Inc. 376-5302. office Trailer for rent or sale. RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
15' FIBERGLASS. with controls, :3 ml. So. of Starke
on 301. 964-
ROOM for rent. close In. private CHAIN LINK fence. 4' x 100'. 16 windshield and top. 35 Evlnrude 0571. Greene Oaks Restaurant. 6-3400 IMPORTED CARS 6-3400
bath and entrance. Phone FR posts, gate. Plus approx. 30' ) and tilt trailer $625. 2017 N.E.
.: 2-4081. ft. fence $35. Call FR 6-4318. 17th Terr. 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433

.. FOR rent to men students. Double BED DIVAN, 2 foam cushions 72 Office 63 SAAB, 2-dr., 4-speed, R&H, like new Was $1445 Now $1295 I

room in private home. Central makes into bed. Excellent condition Equipment 61 OPEL, 4-dr. Wagon R&H, one owner Was $1045 Now $995
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: heat and Air conditioning. Private but needs cover. $80. FR 1957 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van- ---

entrance and bath. Close to 25547. type truck. Has been serviced 59 E. FORD, 2-dr. wagon, R&H, clean . Was $495 Now $375.
Univ. FR 6-6848. J PRICES SLASHED completely on monthly Iched-
DESK and chair. matching chest ule. $700. FR 2-8461.
:SMALL heated furnished room for a\ dresser night tables new EVERYTHING MUST GO!
man. 1st floor. Close In. Ph. Caloric gas range. Sacrifice. Less.than wholesale, new, used 1963 HEAVY duty Ford, econ. van. SECOND CARS "SUPER SALE"
$1775. Phone FR 22536. 2911 NE
Phone 376-0410. rebuilt electric and
372-1981. 414 NE 2nd Avenue and ; manual -
11th Terr.
machines, standard
DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY adding 61 FORD 4-dr. AT R&H A/C drives good Was $795 Now $675
51 Misc. Rentals and portable typewriters also ,
:. Chairs. low as $8. No 57 DODGE V-8 Sedan
money &
50 check writers of all types; 83 Motorcyycles Scooters ,
down, low as $1 per month. $15 up. Terms can be arranged 57 DODGE, 4-dr., AT, R&H. . . . Was $395 Now $225
:PRIVATE lot for trailer parking Free estimates pickup and delivery will take trade-ins. Call FR 2- CUSHMAN Husky 1962. new 57 DODGE, V-8. Tudor SI 188
56 FORD 2-dr. V-8 R&H good Was $395 Now $225
runs
on Klncaid Rd. Call Mrs. Ander- service. All work guaran 0963 or FR 2-2105 day or night. motor & tires. Excellent condition wagon, ,

son 372-9541. teed. Phone 376-7784. ARTISTS and draftsmen. Complete Reasonable. Call 2-1276 or 53 OLDS, 4-dr. wagon, PS, PB, R&H, AT Was $395 Now $325 Both Cars for. . . .

: 51-A Wanted To Rent FLOOR SAMPLES res ossessed. 1 selection of quality artist and see at 1065 NE 13th Place. 56 CHRYSLER, 4-dr., AT, R&H, A/C, PS Was $395 Now $315
Firestone 12 h.p. outboard mot. at Chestnut's 61 CHEVROLET
artistic supplies
FOR SALE Allstate Motor Scooter
I ::3 or more bedrooms, I or more or S196.95 1 Philco 12.3 cu. ft. Office Equipment Co. 106 W. running condition $30.00. Can- I 54 CHEVY, l/2 Ton truck, real good . Was $395 Now $245 ,
bathroom unfurnished house. Call refrigerator. $179.95; 1 Philco University Ave.. in downtown be seen after 5-00 Call 376-0866. panel side and Corvan1188
port. TV with stand,
$195 25
FR 2-9500 after 4:30 p.m. week. I, ; 42 Gainesville Fla.
:_ days or all day weekends.. piece drill sets $1295 ea. Firestone 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS SUPER SPECIAL doors . . . . .
Stores, 304 W. Univ. Ave. 73 Musical MerchandiseOLD

...PARENTS or house of near students campus need buy apt.or SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP 60 CHRYSLER. Convertible, 300-F black. PS, PB, R&H, A/C, AT. Sharp. 61 FORD. V.8 Sedan. std.

: rent good term. FR 6-0410. PRICES SLASHED I 7 switches Accordion cost 120 $500 bass. S still weeks has Your car's pep & power show $AVE $1845 $AVE trans radio, heater, whitewalls S
guarantee $150 or best cash offer 1 088
: 54 Business Rentals EVERYTHING Less than wholesale MUST new GO used! immediately. Write Box 357- up with a CENTER.tune-up at Guaranteed BROWN'SSERVICE sea-mist green, clean,

and rebuilt electric and manual M. c-o Gain=vllle Sun. recapping & wheel alignment. one owner . . . .
adding machines, standard type. NICE piano. $225. Wurlitz- 109 N. Main. FR 4-4310.
upright
:WAREHOUSE space for rent. Located writer and portables also cash Pick I SEE 59 DODGE Coronet V-8
er Organ. up payments.New
... at 420 S. Main St. Call registers and 50 check writersof sedan -

_.. JOHN 2-1494. MERRILL. Realtor. FR be all arranged types; will$15 up.take Terms trade-Ins.can Mahogany Full 88$495.EARL'S Key. Spinet piano In 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE PETE COMPTON WILBUR SLIGH equipped including fcc S988

: S125 MO. Call night.FR 2-0963 or FR 2-2105 dayor 702 W. Univ.PIANO Ave. CO.372-2222. "MAC" McCULLOUGH FRANK GRAY tory air condo . . . .
NEARLY new modern office or
location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. CLOSE OUT SALEOn ACCORDION with alligator case. BUICK 156 clean t door hard
Ph. FR 6-2472. Weseman Realty Wallpaper. 98c a Roll 120 Bass. Italian made. Fine, top. Call after 6 p.m. FR 4-4155. Hawes-Powers Motor Co.
1113 N. Main St. HARPER PAINT CO. rich sound. Worth 3 times the I "PICKUPS"INTERNATIONAL
10 S.W. 7th St. 382-4364 $175 we ask. Ph. 3729677. CHEVROLET '57. 2-door* hardtop
-FOR LEASE 2 warehouses In same Belair heater white walls, auto. Imperial, Chrysler Plymouth, Valiant, Simca Dealer i/i-ton . $250
bldg. located 1111 S. Main St. FOR SALE CHEAP. Restaurant FOR sale Clarinet. used 1 yr. trans., good cond. C. Felder
Can be used for storage or repair formica counter and 26 stools good condition. No reasonable FR 25733.CHEVROLET. 312 NO. MAIN.STREET PHONE FR 6-3400 I DODGE 3,4-ton . . . $350

35 x garage.40 S45 per mOo equipment.and short order Complete equipment.fountain.52" 4 offer P.M.refused. Call FR 4-0382 after I I G.M.C.ton . . . . $450

Call FR 2-0759 or 29207. Mr. 1958 Wagon. 4 dr.. _
30 x 35 $45 per mo.
I You can buy this for only $8 a
Page. USED SPINET PIANO
To see pick up keyes at Hunt's
",," Station or call 374-8864. GAS WATER HEATER $25 allowance BALDWIN SPINET. WALNUT I I week.Motors.Call Bill 372-3749. H & H 60 FALCON

.If NEW 3 BR brick house on conv for your old. costly to FINISH. SLIGHTLY USED. sedan two-tone white S688
merlcal lot. Lot 113 operate electric water heater. $465. NEW CAR BUYERSThe
measures I CHEVROLET. 1954 4 dr. This NOTICE TO
Hot water at about half
frontage x 200 deep zoned present cost with our LP your gas. GRIDLEY MUSIC CO. car is going for only $8 a week. over green . . . .
.
"Local Manufacturing" Use FR 25353. Call Bill 372-3749. H & H Motors.
Ask us. PROPANE. SW Archer
house as home or office use
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Road. FR 6.5110.I
grounds for storage of materials. SPINET PIANO CHRYSLER Four, 1955. One owner. Public has been misquoted by dealers of other 60 COMET
etc. Excellent location form HOOVER upright vacuum cleaner Low mileage. Sold due to the many

-. thriving NW ,tit St.business.at 41st Located Ave. Only on I like$59. new.Compact Sold late new model*??. 1 Sold left FAMOUS Local party make with concert good quality.credit death of owner. Call FR 20189. make cars as being the lowest priced American made car! sedan, white with i S788

can save over $200.00 and finance red interior . . .
$60 per month. unfurnished. new $185 $69. The Kirby Co. .
entire balance.To
remaining
Phone Mr. Kushill In Lake City 712 N. Main FR 4-7110. Inspect without obligation FINE CARS I FOR YOUR BENEFITWe
collect 752-5739.
:_ ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna write Home Office Joplin Piano FAIR PRICES 60 RAMBLER
Double Co.. Joplin MOo .
stack complete. Nothing

a'56 Business Opportunities 513 else N.W. to Ith buy Avenue.$15. Brants. COURTEOUSSALESMEN are quoting the lowest priced American built car. sedan, white, clean' S788

1GOLD MINE FOR LEASE one owner . . '. .
USED kerosene drums & stands VOLKSWAGENMILLER
all sizes. 907 SW 3rd Street PROMPT I
: American Oil has a service station Phone FR 4-4404. 60 DODGE
6 sedan
SERVICEAll 1964 ; 1763 ,
RAMBLER
0.; available at 3302 NW 13th : $
St.Commission WATCH REPAIRS $4.95 Cleaning' power steering heater white888
plan available & one part. The BAZAAR. 113N. these qualities art
"* Main St. Ph. 6-7137. Paul
Paid training
Otts. Gainesville. Fla. standard at: walls 2-tone one owner

Budget Financial plan assistancew for tires, batteries USED Chain Saws $50 up. New I Delivered! With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL!

., & accessories 4 hp saws $89.95. We repairall "JUNKERS"
For further Information call J. chain saws & lawn mowers. BROWN B&GMOTOR STANDARD EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST:
_
S. Parrish. FR 6-2108. Chain saw rentals. McCulloch __..

.OUTSTANDING service station Wisconsin and Briggs Stratton 1030 E. Unix. aiua CO. I 53 PONTIAC, Wagon ................ $55
opportunity for right man. Cor. dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR FR 2-3582 Equipped with high S Self-adjusting brakes Fuel pump and tank

.. ncr NW 13th St. &. lofts Ave. 43411.GREEN. fuel economy. with bonded linings filter 53 FORD, Convertible ................ $55
., Phone FR 6-0222. house frame shed and Authorized Cadillac, ; Advanced unit I Powr-Gard 24 battery Anti Smog Engine Filter

..GROCERY store for sale. Colored roof. Kerosene heater and storage FOR THE CORRECT Oldsmobile Dealer construction S Directional signals Automatic choke "One Year G. W. Warranty"PooleGable
business. Good profits. Reason tank. See. after 4 p.m. 3923 N.W. Curved side windows Engine oil filter Dow-Gard cooling
15th St.SEWING
New Cars
-. for selling other business. Phone TIME : I Deep-dip rust proofing 4.000-Mile engine oil. system
FR After 7 Call 115 S.E. 2nd St.
FR 2-041.6-7231. p.m. MACHINE FR 6-7515 Baked enamel finish change normal interval 2 Arm rests Used Cars
FR2.141ICourtesy
S Ceramic armored 33.000 mile or 3-year 2 Sun visors

59 Money Wanted BARGAINS I Of Used Can: muffler and tail pipes chassis lube interval Foam cushion

Chevrolet 2001 N.W. 13th St., Coil spring seats No drain transmission 2 Windshield wipers (DODGE-DART DODGE TRUCKS)
University
,UNIVERSITY Professor reeds $> Double brakes and axle lube S 2 Seat belts
S 5.000 for 2nd mortgage immed- 1963 Pfaff SIt NMJnSt.at16thAve. FR 6-7515 I safety rear 514 N. Main St. Tel. 372.4951

lately. Will pay good interest.
Write P. O. Box 363-M Gainesville 1962 Singer 301 SI. Needle< S74

Sun. I, .11 I
MOTOR CO.
RIDGWAY
5- 113 Necchl Zlg Zag U3

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; Merchandise I
143 Kenmore Zig Zag Ui r
NEW 1964 GMC GOOD CARSREDUCED !
E 61 Wanted to Buy -
143 Universal lit Zag S41 I 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 S

:WANTED In good used condition 1964 Automatic d03s-,.. PICKUP TRUCKSs1763
14" Band saw. ," lolnter-planer. Drop In cams only "9.10 I I PRICES!
18" |lig saw. Call C. Monroe I

3723434 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. New Cabinets optional These fine cars are not "Junkers", there are many

:_WE niture.BUY and stoves.sell all refrigerators kinds of fvr- Alt machines fully guaranteedTake GAINESVILLEAUTO many good miles_ left. Come out and take a look foryourself.

clothes. radios TV. etc. CaN II IILOW 1 SALES _
FR 2-3937. cash or paymentsCall .
1007 N. Main St.
I I
: 64 Household Goods credit manager today Phone FR 2.63IS .
FR 22051.
: DOWN PAYMENT Northcentrol l Florida'sLargest 60 FORD 58 DODGE4dr.

3 MODEL HOME LOWMONTHLYPAYMENTSTropical I 4-dr. Sedan. hardtop automatic transmission
C FROM DISPLAY BUY YOUR Independent Dealer radio Heater.

: 3 COMPLETE I :
MOBILE HOME \ $795 $595
I
: ROOMS From the WORLD'S
Pontiac
: Furniture appliances-consistIng I LARGEST DEALER
of 2pc. foam rubber nylon I i Ford
covered sofa 8 matching chaIr Southern Mobile
:: 2 step tables & matching cocktail I GMC Truck Center Falcon 59 OLDS 57 MERCURY
Homes Broken !Inc.
table with plastic finish 2 I I

*. tall saver decorator shades. Beautiful lamps with gold mist eye I 2200 South Ph. 629.4818 Dixie Highway I I 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582 1964 fiAT I 600D2DR. Fairlane neater.Convertible, automatic, radio. 4-dr.seat Sedan cover radio good heater white sidewall new

bedroom suite, double dresser S T-Bird
with large titling mirror master Ocala Florida I L SEDAN I $695 tlre$445
size chest large doubt bed. Ford
.I Complete 5 DC. chrome dinette
set, 1944 Admiral refrigerator I!I Trucks
? with full width freezer & crlspk $1199Exchange
'
r er. shelves in door and dairy MOBILE HOMES 4 DODGE DART sedan Used

*'\ bar. deluxe controlled range oven with, roll thermostat out- I FEDERAL QUALITY Cars 59 FORD 56 FORD

broiler. This furniture has beenon 1 Mi. N. en 441 I I with any car 4dr. Sedan. Station Wagon. v.. engine, 1\1-

& display guaranteed.only. Everything Regular price newS at City Limit StanCALL372S113 ( Includes Heater) $ f QQA00[ you candri.e on' the lot. Get TOTAL tomatic

| |99t, now only WE TRADE : SPECIAL AT i U U f Features at NO additional Cost: PERFORMANCESHAW $645 $345CRANE

$499 Bucket Mats heater defroster dual electric windshield
L FOR ANYTHING 5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY .vipers windshield washers sell eaocelllBX tuna signals vavdereoaUng. AT ,
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No money down. payments U safety belt anchors leatherette upholstery
wk Immediate credit & deliveryor I I bumper cuartU. (trout & rear) eourt *7 HfhU. ashtrays.emerieeey &
will hold In storage at no Poole-Gable Motors tool kILBarkley
eh.a/gee Sun Want Ads Motors"SPORTS KEETER LINCOLN MERCURY

NATIONALFURNITURE (Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) "Its trade at Crane Lincoln-Mercury"
to
230 W. easy
WAREHOUSE University
3622 Beach Blvd. FL. f-2UI Get Results I I 119 S.E. 1st Aye. 372-4343 CAR CENTER" PR 2-050 516 S: Main St. Phone FR 6-2425

open D.llyt, kt. ... Sun. 12-4 I 2201 N. Main St. FR 2-471
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14 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, March 3, 1964


. Florida Oldsters Florida Due Campus Chain Letter Surge Brings Warning .


Survey On WASHINGTON An upsurge I approves of the use of these adds his name to the bottom and element of chance are evidentin thereby incurring no loss to

of college campus chain letter schemes as a means of selling tries to sell the letter to two I I some of the recent chain let- himself.
Keep Increasing CD Shelters schemes involving United States savings bonds.Generally additional participants in orderto ter schemes. This gimmick in-
Savings Bonds, Postal Money However,Mr. Montague noted,
Orders and cash has promptedChief ,,when savings bondSare continue the chain and re- volves having the potential participant the General Counsel for the U.S.
Florida's population of elder cant development in income .Alachua County is among 62 Postal Inspector Henry B. used, the letter is purchased cover his investment. place his own name on Post Office Department has
citizens shot up by 315,000 be- maintenance in Florida is the in Florida where the federal Montague to order a nationwide with a bond and another bondis the bond used to purchase the ruled that despite this dodge;
tween 1950 and 1960 accordingto increase in the coverage of the government is planning to sur- crackdown on violators of the sent to the person at the top Montague noted that effortsto letter, as a co-owner. This en- the scheme remains a violation
a research report made by social security program, they vey and update fallout shelter postal lottery and fraud laws. of the list, whose name is than I avoid prosecution under the ables him to cash the bond if of the postal lottery and fraud.
Carter C. Osterbind and EliseC. report. facilities. It should get under The chief inspector noted a removed. The new participant I II lottery laws by eliminating the he is unable to sell two letters laws.

Jones of the University of way soon. step-up in chain letter activityin
here will be the I
Florida. Surveying college towns across the coun
"Facts About Florida's Older $5 Million Jacksonville architect engi- ,try. The participants, he said,
People" published by the Uni- '; neer Jackson.firm of Kemp, Bunch and appear for the most part to be IS THE OLD GUARD SO DESPERATE

versity's Bureau of Economicand In Contracts The firm is one of several college students.He .
of chain let-
Business Research, show cited reports .
Florida's population aged 55 private companies enlisted by ter schemes at colleges in Mississippi -
and over increased by 133 per Let for Fla. the; U.S. Army Corps of Engi- i Wisconsin, Indiana THAT IT MUST INSULT YOU THE PEOPLE ??! IS THE OLD GUARD SO
neers to conduct the
surveysin
Massachusetts, New Hampshireand
cent during the 10-year period Florida according to Coun- New York, others I AFRAID OF THE PRESENT PEOPLE'S MAJORITY THAT IT MUST CALL YOU .
compared to only 35 percent! among ,
JACKSONVILLE (AP Ar- ty CD Director E A. (Pete) that
for the nation. Montague warned even AN "EXPERIMENTAL MINORITY BLOC"??!
my Engineers announced Monday -Bethel.
chain letters
with the though some of the
Florida counties
contracts totaling over $5 The Jacksonville firm also
greatest percentage gain among million for work in Florida. will do work in Clay, Colum- are and state transferred"Do Not hand-to-hand Mail," the, HOW DID YOU LIKE THE OLD GUARD'S
older persons are those on the Deepening and enlarging Key bia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy, Un- violationsof
be
schemes still
terbind.lower Gulf Broward Coast,County says Dr.showsa Os- West harbor and a segment of ion, Bradford and Putnam the postal may lottery and fraud WAY OF DOING THINGS?

and Char- the East Coast Intracoastal Wa- counties. laws, in that the proceeds from
of 503 cent
gain per The work is of the Na-
terway are the top water proj-- part
the chain letters are usually
lotte and Sarasota Counties in-

creased Collier almost County 300 over per 300 the cent per increase, he cent.states.was In ects.work Counties.Military in Hillsborough contracts and include Dade checks Updating tional updating Fallout of Program.The buildings Shelter phase. built requires Survey since mailed.The for typical a monetary chain letter item to provides be 68% Of You The Voters

Counties with the largest num- Largest of the contracts is a i sent to the name on the top of
ber of older people in 1960 were $1,987,209 job for deepening the earlier surveys were made, revision -an enclosed list, after which
Dade and Pinellas, each havingin Key West harbor main ship of data on demolished that name is removed and the
excess of 93,000. The greatest channel from its present 30 feet buildings ing buildings and surveys that of weren't exist new participant's name is addedto DECIDED LAST YEAR TO END
concentration of older personsis to 34 feet. checked earlier. the bottom of the list. Copiesof
found in Pinellas where those A $920,000 contract will com- The survey will determinehow the chain letter are then sentto
65 and over make up 25 per plete a project to deepen and much radiation a buildingcan two more people.
cent of the population, he notes. widen the intracoastal water- shield and how many people Montague noted that the U.S. -CONSTANT THREATSTO
Housing accounts for a high way from Jacksonville to Mia- Treasury Department also dis-
it fallout shel-
can use as a
the YOUR HOME VALUES BY OLD GUARD REZONING OF RESiDENTIAL a-
proportion of outlay spent
mi.The PROPERTIES FOR FILLING STATIONS & BUSINESS.
by the older age families in the final segment extends ter.Col.. H. R. Parfitt, district i GVille Youth
state. This is attributable main- from Port Everglades to Mi- engineer for the U.S. Army,
ly to the much lower average ami. Upon its completing the estimates that more than 1,500 -BENEFITS TO A FEW SPECIAL INTERESTS,
income of the elderly, the researchers -waterway will be 12 feet deep buildings will be checked dur- Gets Office
LIKE PAYMENT OF YOUR TAX DOLLARS TO OLD GUARD SUB-
say. and 125 feet wide from Jackson- ing the resurvey.
In 1960 nearly half of the el ville to Fort Pierce and 10 feet At HarvardReed DIVISION DEVELOPERS
derly families in owner occu- deep and 125 feet wide from
pied houses in Florda owned Fort Pierce to Miami. The Port Ice Show SECRECY IN GOVERNMENT,
homes valued at four or more Everglades to Miami sectionnow Ellis, a Gainesville
times the annual family income. is 8 by 100 feet.Westwood Tickets On youth attending Harvard Uni- WITH THE OLD GUARD TREATING YOU AS INTRUDERS

Over half of the elderly familiesin Sale Here versity, was elected chairmanof
rental housing paid a gross' the Harvard Council for Un- SHORT-CHANGING THE PEOPLEON
rent amounting to one-third or' PTA Tickets for "Holiday on Ice," dergraduate Affairs last weekto
more of the family income. a skating extravaganza slated serve one year. THEIR CAPITAL NEEDS
Among the 224,365 families in Meets Today for Jacksonville later this Young Ellis is
Florida headed by persons 65 month, are for sale at Canova the son of Mr.
years old or over in 1960, there The Westwood Junior High Drug Company, 37 North Main and Mrs. Har- THE OLD GUARD REFUSES TO BELIEVE YOU
were about one-tenth with in- School Parent-Teacher Associa Street. lan R. Ellis of
comes of less than $1,000, the tion will meet at 8 tonight in They're $3.50, $2.50 and $2. Gainesville. MEANT IT! !
researchers state. One-third had the school auditorium.On Evening shows are scheduled When he was
incomes of less than $2,000 andover the agenda is a musical for March 17-21 at 8 p.m in the installed, Ellis
one-half had incomes of program presented ,by the Jacksonville Coliseum. said be plans to WINN'S
less than $3,000. school's music department, di- Matinees are planned for make extensive OPPONENT IS OLD GUARDBUTT'S
Over this decade the signifi rected by Joe Johnson. Saturday, March 21, at 2:30 studies of the
p.m., and on Sunday, March 22, educational policies -
at 1 and 5 p.m. Children will be at HarELLIS
iiitir SHOWS AT admitted for half price to the vard, including the system of OPPONENT IS OLD GUARD I
i
; I : 2:30 p.m. and 1 p.m. matinees.] housing.
7:15 & 9:15IIWIVEs.LOVERS'1

Grace Metalious Estate Show The Old Guard You DID Mean It! IRE.ELECT I

Will Be Given ChildrenMarsha
with Janet Leigh"Donovan's

LACONIA N.H. (AP) The Dupuis, 20; Christo- ELECT
Reef"with
estate of "Peyton Place' author -pher, 17; and Cynthia, 13, were
John Wayne Grace Metaliousesti-named the beneficiaries under BYRON M. ARNOLD F.
mated at up to $1 million-ap- the earlier will, signed in 1958.
,
--- parently will go to her three Rees, a former British jour-
BARSCO children. nalist, told a news conferencein
SUEEIY CO.
Boston last week that
he had
The sole beneficiary of her WINN JR. BUTTVote
COMPLETE FLOOR PLANNING ENGINEERING I met the author last falL
deathbed will, John Rees, noti-
INTERIOR DESIGN and DECOR. fied the late author's lawyer, He and Mrs. Metalious had
WE WILL WORK WITH YOUR ARCHITECT! Bernard I. Snierson of Laconia been collaborating on a book in-
.tended for publication
that he is giving up his claim. next
GENEROUS FINANCING! he said.
Snierson said Rees' action year Mrs. Metalious, 39, had To Continue The Majority That Kept Faith With You
Bars, Cocktail Lounges, Restaurants, and might result in an agreementto signed a new will last Monday
Package Stores reinstate the terms of an night in a Boston hospital,
Our Specialty earlier will. naming Rees sole beneficiaryand CITY ELECTION TUESDAY, MARCH 17th
The Metalious children, Mrs. excluding the three chil-
C. R. MOBLEY dren. She died of a liver ail- Pd. A fv.
I ment the next day.
702 West Bay Street. Jacksonville : ,. I

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BEFORE GETTING I 1 JAJ Last TimesI:003:256:00S:35 11 I' Pat Heckard, circulation supervisor, lists names of 13 Sun carriers that qualified to win the motorcycle on

display at the Sun office. The carriers that qualify secured 25 new orders during a recent sales campaign.One .

OUR PRICE "ENTIRELY WONDERFUL of Sun carriers will be awarded the motorcycle after a short elimination contest. We are proud of .

r = our carriers for outstanding application of the basic principles of our free enterprise system.A .

'' FRANZ 's newspaper route is one of the few opportunities left in our modern world where a young man can .

"'" t TkTMH earn a weekly profit take trips. win prizes gain valuable business training and develop
1 'I confidence and initiativeIf
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