Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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County politicians started put-
l ting their money where their Won't Shed Light

mouths were yesterday as nine
t candidates wrote $4,100 worth of WitnessTestifies

filing fee checks to County ClerkJ. On LBJ Phone Bill
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1 Yesterday's noon starting

q. WASHINGTON (AP) The White House is not talking

) e about its telephone bill.
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to. time found four of the nine lined Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona, campaigning for the Re-
up in Carmichael's office MYT 9 'wb,. : DALLAS By RELMAN MORIN publican presidential nomination in New Hampshire, said
First to qualify was High (AP-A pretty sec- President Johnson claims to have cut the executive mansion's
Springs hardware dealer Arthur rG.. zR a" :. retary testified today that light bill $1,200 but does not mention a $160,000 telephone bill.

t' Thompson, who is running ? Jack Ruby sat with a fixed Goldwater said Johnson ran up the bill trying to be palsy -
against incumbent Claude Brandon ; stare for two minutes shortly walsy with businessmen from coast to coast.

J and James Wershow for S,3 after the news broke that Presi- Asked about it Tuesday, press secretary Pierre Salinger
i 11 Brandon's county commission 4 ; dent John F. Kennedy had been asked "How are you going to segregate the President's phonebill

'I seat.rl assassinated in Dallas. from the White House phone?"
'I Apparently to get his campaign for the Alachua County Commission start-
Brandon filed later in the aft- eager The witness, Georgia Mayor, "How are you going to segregate the President's light bill
ed. Springs hardware dealer Arthur Thompson, center the first candidate -
High was .
ernoon. said in answer to defense ques- from the White House light bill?" the newsman asked in turn.
file his at the courthouse. J. C. Vause
to qualifying yesterday Thompson's
The deadline for qualifying for papers tions that his appearance and "We've never discussed the light and phone bills in the
treasurer at and Blanche secretary in the clerk's office
right, Guynn county
the May 5 primary is March action were remarkable and past and we are not going to now," declared Salinger.
rl 17. help him file for the office. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis)
i Yesterday noon was the sufficiently unusual to draw her
deadline for state candidates attention.She .
to qualify in Tallahassee for is a secretary in the ad-

i,. the Other May candidates 5 election. who qualified County Roads Vs. UN Okays Dallas vertising Morning department News. Coworkers of the- No Change MadeIn

Ii yesterday were: said they noted very little,
!i Judge Ira Carter seeking reelection if any, change in Ruby when he
1 as Court of Record City Roads Heard CyprusCounty heard the news. He was in the CodeBy
judge; office composing an advertise-
Judge H. H. McDonald run- ment.
ning for his seventh term as Commissioners were by the city from funds from the
Ruby is charged with slayingLee HAROLD RUMMELSun pie don't have to heat them
county judge; chided yesterday for not put- recent bond issue.Representatives. ForceUNITED
Harvey Oswald, accusedas Staff Writer that hot if they don't want to,
.4 4 Commissioner Claude Bran- ting more of their road mon- of the Cham-
.} ey into Gainesville and its fringe ber of Commerce and the Ala- the assassin of Kennedy. The The proposed housing code but they should I have the
4 (See QUALIFY on Page 2)) areas by a former mayor and chua City Council also spoke at defense sought to support by emerged unscarred from an- equipment with which to do it.

:f then immediately commendedfor the public hearing. NATIONS, N.Y. questioning its contention that other Plan Board conference Should a provision demanding
giving the city as much mon- Perry McGriff, representingthe (AP-The) U.N. Security Coun- the slaying of the President yesterday. that all cooking and heating devises -

ey as they do by City ManagerBill chamber, asked the com- cil voted unanimously today to shocked Ruby into a mental Planners have spent two that burn solid fuel be

i ff List of AreaCandidates Green. (See ROADS on Page 2)) have Secretary-General U blackout during which he killed study sessions weighing criti- (See HOUSING on Page 2))
Norwood Hope, developer and Oswald.
Thant set cism of the ordinance and each
1r'Ir former mayor, criticized the up a Cyprus peace The state seeks to prove that time they've agreed to disagreewith When Will
board at its public hearing on force and ,name a mediator to Ruby's actions were normal. the critics.Indications .

Ir the 1964-65 primary and second- seek peace in the island republic. Ruby rose to his feet before a are that the ordi-
) ary road priority recommendations jury of four women and eight
nance will be bounced backto List
Here's the complete list of to the State Road Depart- r men today and entered a formal now Liquor
,. area candidates who qualified ment. The Soviet Union had an- plea of innocent as the first the City Commission in

.1 i) with the Secretary of State in He cited the needs in the city nounced it would support the day of testimony got under iginal something form very, but close this time to its the or- Be Told?

l Tallahassee yesterday for the for road improvements compared plan despite strong reservationson way. His attorneys added that will be better
}1 May primaries: to the percentage of the road the provisions for the crea- the plea was innocent by rea- planners prepared -
to defend it.
tij+ -U. S. Representative, Eighth needs in the county, claimingthat tion and control of the force. son of insanity. Liquor licenses may be issuedto
District R. of the The Plan Board originally authored Alachua County applicants
Rep. D. (Billy) the use of some coun-
f,;' Matthews, Gainesville. ty roads did not justify paving There also had been some the pending housing or- Friday, Beverage Department

)I -Circuit Judges, Eight District and could just as well be grad- doubt about France's vote, but Thumbnail sketches of dinance, and then handed it to Director Richard B. Keatingtold
J. C. Adkins Jr., Gaines- French Delegate Roger Sey- the Commission.A The Sun this morning.
"' ville. ed."The county commission has doux went along with the oth- jurors. See Page 2. Commission-sponsored pub- However, he couldn't guarantee -

I: -State Attorney, Eight Circuit been extremely fair with the >x ers. lic hearing several weeks ago the date because of the
State Attorney T. E. Dun- city," Green countered to the Dist. Atty. Henry M. Wade, drew criticism from the audi- press of other business.He .
.' can, Gainesville. board. objected to a provision facing the 52-year-old defend- ence. Action on the proposalwas has administrative hear-
'' Public Defenders, Eighth He noted that while city offi- r that the secretarygeneral ant, then read the indictment deferred. ings scheduled outside of Tal
\.. Circuit Robert A. Green, cials might disagree with the would decide on the composition charging that Ruby did "with Along with a transcript of the lahassee Thursday. He hopes

Starke; R. G. (Chief) Justiss, county about which roads shouldbe of the proposed for in malice aforethought kill Lee public hearing, the Commis- they'll be completed quickly so .
Gainesville. taken care of first or second, JUSTISS sultation with Cyprus, Britain, Harvey Oswald by shooting him sion handed the ordinance backto he can go back to work on the
f workin Greece and Turkey. This would the Plan Board for more license applications. '
State Senators, 15th District, they felt the county's road with a gun.
Bradford, Clay and Union Coun- the city's outlying areas was circumvent the Security Coun- The indictment was dated study and critical evaluat i o n. But even if the licenses
ties Sen. Charley Johns, DefenderPost cil, said Soviet Ambassador Nov. 26, two days after Oswaldwas The planners have been looking aren't issued Friday, the issuance -

Starke; 21st District, Dixie, Gil- fair.Members of the commission Nikolai Fedorenko.In shot and four days after it over ever since. date definitely is closeat
christ Levy Counties Sen. Et- explained that their "generalrule riotous demonstrations Kennedy was assassinated dur- The board held a study session hand, he said.

ter Usher, Chiefland and Sim of thumb" was to concen- Sought Tuesday, the Greeks burned ing a motorcade in downtown on the ordinance Thurs- Meanwhile, Alachua County's
'j Townsend of Bell. trate their secondary road program effigy of President Johnson an in Dallas. day night and another yester- 120 applicants must continue

-State Representatives, Ala- using the county's shareof front of the U.S. Embassy. Defense counsel told Judge day noon. their vigil. By law, the countycan
chua Rep. Ralph Turlington, the state gasoline tax in the By Justiss Joe B. Brown that the defendantwas They've taken the criticism have only 30 licenses. So

I''I, and Richard Wilson, Gainesville; most populous areas The aircraft carrier Shangrila pleading innocent by rea- point-by-point. (See LIQUOR on Page 2))

1 Bradford County A. J. Thom- They explained that this gen- R. G. (Chief) Justiss, 46yearold the cruiser Albany, four destroyers son of insanity. Yesterday's discussion included -
i as Jr., Starke; Clay County erally meant an estimated 80 Gainesville attorney and two submarines and Judge Brown was absent whether a provision demanding GetsRay"
Rep. Sam Saunders, Green Covet per cent of the gas tax funds business law instructor at other craft had been scheduledto Tuesday with a cold and JudgeJ. that each house havea Army

Springs and Louis Huntley, Or- were spent around Gainesvilleand Gainesville High School, an- pull into Athens' Phaleron Frank Wilson sat for him heating system capable of
ange Park; Dixie County Rep. 20 per cent outin the coun- nounced yesterday he will run Bay Thursday after three daysof while the jury was completed. warming it to 65 degrees on Gun
Hal Chaires, and Fletcher Mc- ty. for public defender against R. joint Atlantic Alliance Exer- Meanwhile, the Texas Supreme cold days should remain in the

> Queen, Old Town; Blake Curry, Hope questioned the board A. (Buzzy) Green of Starke. cises with elements of the Court refused for the ordinance.
Cross City; Gilchrist County about the conditions of 16th Avenue Turkish fleet. (See RUBY on Page 2)) Planners said it should. Pea BOSTON (AP-A lightweight
; The retired Navy officer has laser rifle, which shoots a de-
Rep. H. E. Lancaster, Trenton; and 2nd Avenue, although
| 1 Union County Rep. C. A. Roberts Green noted that 2nd Avenuewas lived in Gainesville since 1958. structive ray instead of bullets,

I, Lake Butler; Levy County designated by the city as He is a graduate of Florida has been developed by Maser
j Rep. Frank Marshburn, Bron- primarily a municipal street and State University and did gradu- Optics, Inc., and turned over to
II f son and Fred Bailey. Chiefland. would be widened and improved ate work in counseling, guidanceand Adam and Eve Story the Army, it was announced
vocational education. Jus- Tuesday.The .

tiss received his law degree' weapon, lighter than the
Castro Offers to Turn On from the University of Florida. Ml rifle and powered by a back

II This is his statement announc- School SeniorsBy pack of batteries weighing less
ing his candidacy: Stumps High than 25 pounds, has been deliv-
I Water; U. S. Not InterestedHAVANA "The public defender office ered to Frankford Arsenal, Phil-

established by the 1963 legisla- .
G. K. HODENFIELDAP Thayer S. Warshaw decided to essential to the pupil's under- adelphia.The
AP-Prime Minister of the fishermenwere ture is a partial answer to the rifle's ray, the firm said,
HAVANA ( ) Twenty-nine Education Writer do something about it. He arranged standing of allusions in litera-
I Fidel Castro offered today returned to Cuba Feb. 21 common expression that the is not enough to inflict serious
for two of his classes to ture, in music, and in the fine
I 'poor go to jail and the rich go WASHINGTON (AP) A test bodily harm but could set fire
the water for
to turn on with their boats after the four study the Bible-not as a reli- arts; in news media, in enter-
naval base at Guan- free. on the Bible was sprung on five to a soldier's clothes. It could ,
tile U.S. fines for
captains paid poach- gious book, or even as literature tainment, and in cultural con-
cold "The public defender is responsible classes of college-bound 11th also blind someone at ranges of i
tanamo but met a quick ing. Two fishermen chose asy- but as a source book for versation."Is .
turn-down from Washington.State lum in the United States. The for defense of indi- and 12th graders in a public the humanities. up to a mile.Another :
gent persons accused of non- school. he to study mythology use, according to .
officials in
other freed
Department seven were as ju-
about, the Bible in
capital felonies in the Eighth Teaching and Shakespeare, and not the Maser officials, could be to ig-
said the offer and Some
the U.S. capital veniles returned to Havana. thought Sodom and school be
Judicial public can a tricky Bible? Is it for him
Circuit of important fires.
comprised nite explosive fuses or set .
be Castro also had another Gomorrah lovers
would not accepted. swipefor were ; that the
business since the
Alachua Baker Bradford Gil- particularly to learn what it means when a least ,
White House The weapon can at one
Sen. Goldwater R-
Pierre Salinger Barry Gospels were written by Mat-'
christ, Levy and Union counties. Supreme Court decision on man is called an Adonis or a burst of light every 10 seconds :
press secretary, Ariz., who after the water was thew, Mark, Luther and John
"Since Alachua County is by ; school prayer. Romeo, yet unimportant for him and has lifetime of
"1Ve have already made it clear cut off said the United States that Eve was created from a capability I
is made far the most populous of these an But Warshaw, reporting his to be able to tell a Jonah froma 10,000 pulses or flashes.
being should send battalion
Guantanamo of Ma-
that a apple; and that the stories by
See JUSTISS experience in the February issue Judas "
( on Page 2))
self-sufficient. rines to turn the water
on. which Jesus taught were called "
of "The English Journal. Warshaw first convinced his
"Cuba considers the incidentof He Can Iove'Dead'
Asked what he thought about parodies. believes it is essential.
water at GuantanamoBay pupils of their need for a studyof
the the U.S. presidential race, Cas- Eighty to 90 per cent of the "The Bible is indeed a reli-
the Bible.
closed and is ready sup-
tro replied: "I am rooting for WHERETO students could not completesuch gious book, but it is also a partof
base with water once
ply the He assigned the reading of a
again," the prime minister told Goldwater because I believe he familiar quotations as: our secular cultural heritage.To few short stories which made no GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador (AP) :
foreign newsmen at a Moroccan will lose votes that way. I am FIND IT "Many are" called, btjt few are keep it out of the public sense to them because they -The sailor whose right handis
(chosen); "A soft answer schools because it is controversial -
send him small dead
to from
Embassy reception."It even ready a couldn't understand the Bibli- a transplant a
is up to the Americans to contribution for his campaign."I Comics . . 21 turneth away (wrath);" They and because the public can- cal allusions.He laborer was able to move the
use that water or not," he add- think Goldwater will not Classified shall beat their swords into not trust the good sense of both hand in a circular motion Tues-
win 23-25 (plowshares);" "Pride goeth the teacher and the pupil to showed them some politi-
in the election because the day, hospital informants said
ed.Castro Entertainment 22 before a (fall);" and "The love treat it as part of the human- cal cartoons with Biblical references .-
cut off Guantanamo'swater American people, like any other Obituaries . 2 Julio Luna, 32, who underwentthe
which left them in the
and A of money is the root of all ities is a simple but questionable in
supply on Feb. 6 in retaliation people, want peace they Opinion, Page 4 grafting operation early
die. The (evil)." judgment," Warshaw after his hand
for the arrest of 38 don't want to Republican February was
Sports . 15, 16Women's
Cuban fishermen and the seiz- programs are aggressiveand All this happened in Newton, wrote. The clincher was the quiz on shattered by a grenade explo-
. 12 13
ure of four trawlers in American stupid and I believe that Mass., and English teacher "A knowledge'of? the Bible is which they fared so poorly. sion, also is now able to move

waters off Florida. they will lose." several fingers, it was repol1&4.Shotuers .

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t Gainesville Sun Wednesday, March 4, 1964

I McNamara to Hold Line in Viet Nam Wilson House QualifiesFor RaceGainesville I

i By FRED S. HOFF LJ b.-"...,...... the fighting must be done by in Saigon. One of McNamara's chief I
'-'- -, the Vietnamese. Evidence reaching the Penta- aims in his fourth trip halfway
II' WASHINGTON (APSec New around the world is find what attorney RichardJ. i "ABCD"citizens committee in
"barktng on McNamara recognizes that gon since the most recent coupa to
Wilson qualified in Talla- the school superintendent's -
retary of Defense Robert S. Mc county
guerrilla operations or air little over a month ago has can be done to get the war
Namara will take off for South hassee yesterday for the Florida campaign to determine
strikes into Red territory might not been conclusive, in the viewof back on the track again-to get
r Viet Nam Thursday night, coolto Trouble-Shooting Mission slow supplies and reinforcements top officials, as to whetherthe the machinery of governmentand House of Representativesrace |:whether the position should be
proposals to carry the war against Rep. Ralph Tur- appointive or elective.
L to Communist elements Vietnamese people have rallied command working after the
\ Communist North Viet lington.He chairmanof
against Wilson has been
of the second in
inside South Viet Nam. to Maj. Gen. Nguyen disruption coup
is former law clerk for
Nam. a the March of Dimes cam-
A The defense chief is said to against sending Americans on I But he contends this will not 'Khanh, the new premier, anymore three months.It :U. S. District Judge George twice and served as ..

Anything but a "soft liner," believe the Vietnamese lack the any such operations into North solve the basic problem that than they stood behind appears unlikely that U.S. ;:Whitehurst, serving on the i paign chairman of the Alachua County -

"\ McNamara is understood to feel capability to carry on a full- Viet Nam. I has plagued the U.S.-supported I the two governments before policy will take any spectacularnew staff for two years after grad- 1! chapter of the National Foun-

i. the South Vietnamese forces 1 scale campaign in South VietNam It is his position both in public : effort since it began on a big Khanh. turn as a result of McNa- uating from the University of ,dation for two years.

will win or lose the fight by the I and at the same time and private, that the U.S. scale more than two years ago. One thing Khanh Is doing mara's visit. It Is considered Florida law school in 1933. : He is a member of the flor-

1 way they go about eliminating' strike into the north. military men 15,500 of them That problem: how to win the pleases U.S. authorities he is highly improbable that any U.S. Wilson, 38, was an assistant: ida Bar Assn., and Eighth Ju-
the Communist insurgents inside now-are in South Viet Nam backing of the people in the going out into the country on a combat troops will be sent to professor in the Florida State '!dicial Circuit Bar Assn. and

their own country. McNamara reportedly is trainers and advisers, and that countryside for the government meet-the-people campaign. South Viet Nam. University School of Businessin |the Bar Assn. of the U. S. Supreme -

1956 and has practiced law Court.

Weather I Hof f in Gainesville since 1957. I i Wilson and his wife. Melin-
Roundup a Jury
I = Bi-Racial Group Urges II This is his statement an- da. have two children. Their
nouncing his candidacy: :'home is at 1246 N. E. 16th PL

I Tries AgainFor "Alachua County is presently Mrs. Dorothy Zetrouer will
.-.A A undergoing rapid growth and be Wilson's campaign treasurer -

I I Full Education for YouthsA _.'IIAI. B \. change. The coming years will I I', and Florida National Bank

: \ Verdict be extremely important to all will be the campaign deposi-
of us. Our voice in the Legislature -1,

A letter urging all the parentsof Superintendent of Schools E. area. S" must be strong. We cannot tory.More
Alachua County school chil- D. (Ed) Manning, meeting with The full text of the letter: } = -The jury in James R. Hoffa's afford to have anyone represent -| About
dren to see that their childrenget the group yesterday, agreed on "The very best thing you can \ \\ trial on charges of attemptedjury us who does not speak |

educated has been draftedby the means of distribution. And do for your children is to en- A: F alr! Thursday. Cooler late tonight 4 ssNa tampering tries again to-I for every citizen of this Coun- }
the city's Bi-Racial Committee he added suggestions for fur- courage them to obtain an edu- end Thursday. Lowest tonight 'ty. Qualify
46 to 52. Highest Thursday 54 to 62. day for a verdict that he says
and will be sent to all ther act i on by the BiRacial cation. "No one individual, or groups
will determine his future as a I
parents in the county. Committee.He "Be certain that they attend BCD: Scattered thunder- labor leader. of individuals, should be madeto From Pane 1
-.. The letter asks parents to said he thought that at- school regularly from the showers tonight and Thurs- suffer at the expense of th-

t "help us by helping your chilI taching the name of a well- first grade on through high day. Low tonight 65. High NssMJr\ 1 The four women and eight ers. Therefore, we must have don seeking his second term on
dren gain the skill, the know- known personality to the movement school. Thursday in 70s. Southerly men deliberated 2 hours and 35 efficient leadership in this the county commission:

+ how, the education that they would be good and would Encourage them to study, to winds 15 to 30 miles an hour, minutes Tuesday night before I important _office. It is _not a I County Commissioner Sid
need." j I help draw the attention of those learn their lessons, and to en- shifting to northwesterly U.S. Dist. Judge Frank Wilson question[ of what this office can,Martin running for the third

It will be distributed to both i I who need better education.He joy school. Give them the quiet Thursday. Small craft warn- saw sent them to bed at 10 p.m. do for the person who holds ] time for the county commission:

white and Negro parents in the asked encouragement of they need to study at home on ings displayed. Hal W. Bullen, 69, a retired it, but rather, what the individual i Registration upervisor Mrs.

I county. the school board to employ more school nights. E: Partly cloudy through Thurs- .,. .. ., sales executive, was elected who is elected to this I Alma Bethea seeking her second -
"We've found that often any guidance people, because "It's "The Bi-Racial Committee is day.tonight Scattered 65 to showers 70. High Thursday.Thursday Low In \ jury foreman.The office can do for all of the t term:
) solution to a social or economic much more important than em- studying the ways and meansto 80s. Southerly, winds 15 to 30 milesan GAINESVILLE WEATHER: people who he is elected to I Bob Jordan seeking Sheriff
hour to
northwesterly six
problem bi-racial or uni-ra- ploying attendance officers." make this a better world and. Thursday. Small craft warnings dis. jurors are considering serve.; To this end, I am offer- I Joe Crevasse's post;
cialrests on education," actI' Manning urged guidance and a better life for your children, : played.F Municipal Airport readingsfor weeks of testimony on govern- ing my services to all of the I County Clerk J. B. Carmichael .
I ing chairman of the committee, and career counseling especially but this cannot come about un- G: Partly cloudy through Thurs- 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: ment charges that Hoffa presi- people of this County." I seeking his second term.
I' day. Scattered showers Thursday. Low 85 2 low 61 at International Team-
High at dent of
Chester Yates, said at its meet- in the sixth, seventh and less they get the education I tonight 65 to 70. High Thursday In p.m., Wilson represented the Gainesville All candidates are required to
ing yesterday. eighth grades where many of they must have for this better 80s. hour.H Southerly. winds IS to 25 milesan 6 a.m. No rain.MARINE sters Union, aided and abetted Motel Assn. in sponsor- post a qualifying fee totaling a

'. j He said the committee has focused the dropouts occur. way of life."Help FORECAST five other men on trial with him I.ing the September wet-dry elec fixed percentage of the POSI-
I J K: Partly cloudy and warm Small craft fix the 1962
I. EAST GULF: warnings. in trying to jury
attention on school dropouts I He sad the children need to be us by h e I ping your through Thursday. Low tonight 72. Winds 20 to 30 knots today shifting to I tion. tion's annual salary when they
with that in mind. Dr. E. A. inspired and a desire for better children gain the skill, the High Thursday in 80s. Southeast and NW Thursday. Scattered thundershow- which tried him on a conspiracy I He also represented the [I file with the county clerk
to 20 miles hour.
south winds 15 an ers tonight and Thursday. in Nashville.
J Cosby, a member of the comm I things instilled in them. I knowhow, the education that charge I

i t tee outlined the group's i The committee explained that i they need." CEDAR Wednesday-High KEY TIDES at 5:24 a m. and The Nashville jury, from

1\\ reasoning behind sending the I the letter was the first move in TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREH L Prep.. night..:47 p.m. Low at 10:45 a.m. and mid- I which three jurors or prospec- ibttttartczMRS.! I

letter. a continuing program to heighten More About Jacksonville 8* 64 Thursday-High at 6:28 a.m. and 5:22 tive jurors were excused on <
,' He said the g r oup has found I the education level of the Untrained Miami Tampa .. 82 77 71 67 p.m. Low at 11:14 a.m. grounds that someone tried to

that much of the problem be- I and unskilled in this JustissFrom Atlanta New Orleans.. 72 72 60 71 today ALMANACSunset .............. t:30 p.m. contact them, never was able to C. A. I
..... ....
hind racial unrest is a desire Boston 58 35 Sunrise tomorrow 6:51 a.m. agree. I I
12:21 a.m. LEGGETFEMrs.
Moonrise tomorrow
for better jobs. Looking further, New Washington York 51 50 42 43 .08.01 Last Quarter ........... March 6
has found More About STARS The judge instructed the jurors C. A. Leggette, 80,
( he said, the group Page 1 Chicago 51 40 J>\ PROMINET ,
72 42 Sirius. due south 8:22 p.m.
p that Negroes aren't well train- Denver Kansas City.. 25 4 .08 Antares. below the Moon. Tuesday that Hoffa cannotbe Macon Ga., a frequent visitorto t

ed and often don't qualify for counties and has perhaps 70-75 Ft. Worth 76 42 .27 VISIBLE PLANETS ........ 8:10 convicted unless at least one Gainesville, died Sunday at I
Los Angeles 68 49 Jupiter low in west
c the better jobs. Ruby per cent of the caseload of the Seattle 46 44 .12 Venus. above Jupiter brighter. of the others also is found her home.
I Another member said the circuit, it appears that the best guilty. A man cannot legally be ELLA WILSON I

i .1. group had acted in the realization service can be given by an attorney -I Five-Day FOl.ecastI held responsible for helping
that no matter how desirable From 1 residing in the same someone who did nothing LAKE BUTLER Mrs. Ella I
4 Page will tricts to near 60 in the south. he said. Norman Wilson 75 died
equal civil rights are, Ne- county as the state's attorney, I Temperatures average wrong yester-
groes can't fully profit from his two assistants and two of normal to five degrees above The forecast calls for warm Judge Wilson also said, "It is day at a north Florida hospital I
them until they are adequately second time to hear argumentson three circuit judges. normal for the five-day period weather, turning cooler in most not necessary for the govern- after an extended illness. "

educated and prepared to step the legal issue of whether "With the deep and sincere starting at 7 p.m. tonight and sections Thursday night or Fri- ment to show that an attempt She was a Bradford County,

into better jobs. television views who saw Ruby conviction that every person accused ending at 7 p.m. Monday. The day. Showers were predicted (to contact a juror) was successful native and has lived here all
f "We hope this letter will in- shoot Oswald are witnesses and of a crime is entitled to normal high ranges from the low mainly in the north Thursdayand or that an approach actually her life. She was a member of 'tar i
spire parents, children and educators thus ineligible to serve on the a fair trial I am offering to 70s in the north to the high 70s in the south Friday. Rain- was made." It is suffi- the Methodist Church.
I ," said Cosby. jury. Eleven of the 12 jurors serve the public in this important in the south. The normal low fall will range from one to two cient, he said, if the jury be- Survivors include two brothers -
said they saw the shooting on and low inches in the north and around Theodpre Norman, Port
I The letter will go out with report office. ranges from the high lieves the government proved an
TV. one-half inch in the south. Arthur Tex. and Lonzie Nor-
cards. "While an accused may get 60s in the north and central attempt was tnade. ,
The.return of Judge Brown to a fair trial without the servicesof Conviction could mean up to manStarke; seven sisters,
I : More About. the case appeared to be a first an attorney, it is at least 15 years in prison and $15,000in Mrs. Elizabeth Lewis, Plant CHARLES THOMAS
) Talbot Qualified
I in Texas. Legal authorities in questionable as to whether he Fully fines for Hoffa. For the others City, Mrs. L. L. Renfroe, I
Funeral service for Charles R
Starke Mrs. Agatha Whitehead,
the capital in Austin and Dist. is assured of a fair trial without it could mean up to 5 years ; .
Mrs. Vada Yarbrough, Miss Thomas, who died yesterday in
1 Roads Atty. Henry M. Wade said they legal counsel. and $5,000 each.More I
For School Superintendentassociation :
Pecula Norman and Miss Eula Bainbridge, Ga., will be at 2
know of no previous case in "From humble beginnings in I
Norman, all of Lake Butler, p.m. tomorrow in the First Me-
7 : From Page 1 which a judge has been replaced the mountains of Tennessee, ] A warning yesterday in Talla- credential. A Rank I requires AboutLiquor Mrs. Ruby Yarbrough, Raiford; thodist Church.
in a trial and then returned have worked and traveled i
to it. this land of 1 hassee that Florida schools can a Ph. D. degree."I and a number of nieces and Thomas, 65, was a retired
mission to discuss plans for paving ; preside over throughout ours. I also have the experience," nephews.
bank cashier.
Depot Ave.Commissioner. have not been insulated from lose their accreditation unless
"I feel better" Brown saidas Talbot said this morning, when Funeral services will be in
I, Jack Durrance, the toils of life that beset any superintendentsare Officiating at the service will
he walked through a crowdof qualified county queried about his qualifications. Jones Funeral Home in Starkeat
be Rev. Thomas Mitchell. Bur
said the project would require of our people from poor to rich.
and elected will have no bearingon 3 p.m. Thursday with Rev.C. .
cooperation of the city, county reporters photographersoutside I offer to the public the benefitof A. Crosby. Burial will be in : ial will be in Hillcrest Memorial
the courtroom.The 1
and state, noting the project'scost my maturity, experience, Alachua County. More AboutHousing From Page Dyal Cemetery. DeWitt c.1 Park.
has been estimated at be- courtroom had a tenser judgment and understanding and The lone candidate for school Jones Funeral Home is in I Pallbearers are J. Pierce
tween $3 and $4 million. air today than it has since the ask the support of all those people far WilliamS. 90 of the applicants will see charge of arrangements. I Smith, E. E. Holloway, J. B
j The city manager said Gainesville trial began Feb. 17. interested in better justice superintendent so their dreams of being liquor Carmichael, Drew Swords Fred
I (Tiny) Talbot, has all the dealers dashed. WINNIE BURNETTLAKE I I
officials ced all. Cone, R. W. Bryan, William
I are now discussing Openin.p r provided! for
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right -of way problems for lor reading tne indictment 01 "(jet justice wan Justiss.:' qualifications set for the The waiting has been goingon BUTLER Funeral Beer and E. C. Keuhn Jr.

temporarily paving a portion of Ruby. The key sentence says Justiss saw overseas duty during -I by the Southern Association of since early September of services for Miss Winnie- Burn- Survivors include his wife,

I Depot. that Ruby "did then and there World War II and again Colleges and Secondary Schools. ] From Page 1 1963-six months to yesterday.It ett, 87, who died Tuesday in Myrtle C. Jones Thomas, two
I "We hope to pave that section with malice aforethought kill during the Korean War. He retired was then that Alachua the Lake Butler Hospital aftera sons, Charles R. of Merritt Island
this summer, but this is no so-, Lee Harvey Oswald by shooting from the Navy after 20'ears' ( Herman Frick, chairman of i equipped with a flue, be changed County voters cast an overwhelming brief illness, will be held and Richard W., Jackson
lution," Green said. "This re, him with a gun." service with the rank of the Florida committee_ of the I ? majority of .their. ballots Thursday at 2 p.m. in the chapel ville; two sisters, Mrs. N. S.
quires state help and we ought Ruby shot Oswald, accused chief petty officer.He issued the warning No, it shouldn't- said- the in favor 01 legalizing uquor of the Wilson and Brannon Colee, Atlanta and Mrs. Clarence

to exert all the influence and i assassin of President John F. is a Blue Lodge and Scot- yesterday that unless superin- planners. sales here. I Funeral Home. Williams, Albany, Ga.; two
power to put this project on the! Kennedy, with a snub-nosed 38- tish Rite Mason and is a Shri- tendents hold a master's degree Unvented heaters are caus- By law, the beverage depart Burial will be in Oak Grove brothers, R. E. and R. H., both ,
primary list." caliber pistol in the basement of and at least 18 additional hoursin ing serious fires and sometimes ment was bound to accept applications Cemetery north of Lake City. of Whigham, Ga. and four

The priorty lists will be pre.. the Dallas City Hall Nov. 24. I ner.Also active in boy scout work, supervision, curriculum or death, they reasoned. And the until early Decem Miss Burnett was born in1, grandchildren.He i
sented to State Road Department Chief defense counsel Melvin I he is chairman of the legislative administration, schools in their ordinance isn't unreasonable because ber. After that, each applicanthad Columbia County and lived her was a member of the First \
t officials in a public hearing .1 M. Belli of San Francisco has committee of the north Florida county could lose accreditation. it does provide for some to be investigated to deter- entire life there and in the; Methodist Church and the

Thursday at Lake City.In indicated Ruby will plead tern chapter of the Florida Council There are no educational requirements exceptions that are recommended mine whether he was fit to I Lake Butler area. ; Gainesville Elks Lodge.
other action yesterday the porary insanity. He will argue on Crime and Delinquency.He for county superin- by insurance underwritersand deal in liquor. She was a member of the I Thomas was born in Whigham,
1 from residents of the Bivenj i I Ruby went into an emotional is a member of the Florida tendents under Florida law. All heating experts. The investigations took sev- Oak Grove Baptist Church. I Ga. but lived here for the last

Arm area questioning a zoning blackout, induced by shock over Bar Assn. and the Eighth Judicial that is required is that the can- The planners also voted not eral weeks.A Survivors include one brother 36 years.
request from Hugh Edwards. the president's death, and did Circuit Bar Assn. Justissis didate be qualified elector. ,to change clauses that require forecast issuance date of James of Bartow, a sister, Honorary pallbearers will include -
Ii The delegation questioned th< not know the nature or consequences a member of Delta Theta Pi a i fully equipped kitchens and Feb. 1 came and went. When licenses Mrs. Janie Alterman of Lake members of the Elks

plans, noting they would objecto t of his act. legal fraternity. Talbot, who is principal at bathrooms, hot and cold run- weren't issued on that Butler, and a host of nieces and I Lodge.
location of an automobil The trial began Feb. 17 and Justiss is married to the former Gainesville High School, has a ning water, bar landlords from date, Keating declined to venture nephews.
dealership and car lot on thE! developed into a marathon of Elzie Hendley of Nashville,. master's degree in educationand turning off tenants' utilities and another predictionuntilthis Item ClarifiedIn

I 13th Street site but might not op questioning prospective jurors. Ga., and they have two sons.1 an additional 36 hours in require adequate lighting in morning.He Good Idea?
pose rezoning that would permi t Tuesday, with Judge Wilson They live at 1940. NE 9th St. administration and supervision. homes. said much of the delay the small claims court
\ a restaurant and cocktail loung e holding a tight rein on the proceedings He will be his own campaign He received his bachelor's degree The Board believes it can justify has been caused by other suits' listed yesterday in "I See
''I to be built. the 11th and 12th ju.. treasurer and the Florida National at the University of Florida each provision of the ordi- Beverage Department business 'Here's BIRMINGHAM, Ala.which(AP -I by the Sun," A. L. and Hal Mo
No action will be taken unti 1 rors were chosen, completing Bank is his campaign depository -I'in 1942 and his master's in 1950. I nance. which has taken him out of Tal- a proposal probably 'Leod, doing business as Mo'

1 I next week. the panel. He holds a Rank II teaching I It plans to do so. lahassee on frequent trips. parents will, but meet vociferous the approval opposition of, Leod and Co., High Springs,
have filed suit
against Charlie

I [ Thumbnail Sketches of the Ruby JuryDALLAS teen Withhold from-from agers drivers high the until school.younger licenses they graduate from set:I not said Roberts the a resident Roberts for $63.75.mentioned of Alachua McLeod is

The idea was advanced by i County, lives in Lake But-

Birmingham insurance man i ler. _
(AP) These are Baptist Church the Sunday is an Air Force veteran and the Mrs. Gwen L. English The James E. Cunningham the 114th person questioned.Mrs. Liston A. Corcoran as a pan :
the 12 jurors who will deter- morning Oswald was shot. father of two sons. A Baptist, second woman to be accepted, Cunningham is a former Air Aileen B. Shields The el member at a meeting of the Gainesville Sun I
mine the fate of Jack Ruby for McCoy is an army veteran and he was the 67th prospect called Mrs. English said she had seen Force pilot who flew the Berlin 11th chosen, she was the first Alabama School Board Associ-i

his killing of Lee Harvey Os- the 36th person questioned. He for jury duty.Douglas "practically everything on tele- airlift during the blockade. He picked after the defense had ation. He blamed automobilesas I Saturday Published and evenings Sunday except :
wald, accused presidential as- has two daughters.Mrs. J. Sowell AnotherAir vision about the shooting of is 34, a graduate of the Uni- exhausted all its peremptory a key reason for school ings by the Gainesville morn-Pub- Z i
sassin: Force veteran, Sowell received Oswald." A 45-year-old Baptist, versity of Texas and the fatherof challenges. Asked if she fav- dropouts. lishing Comoanv at 101) SE i
Max E. Causey His selec- The mother of six children, she service and is now a commercial children. She works as a book- native Cunningham is an electronics said firmly, "I do. I do." "None I matter and entered at the as Post second class
tion -the first came Feb. could have been exempted jet airplane mechanic. He keeper and is a high school' engineer. He took a psy- whatever," she replied when He Delivers Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION Office at

20 after the first 23 persons from jury duty had she chosen is 33, a Baptist, and the fatherof graduate. She was the 89th per chology course in college. He asked if she has any scruples I'
questioned were dismissed. A Mrs. McCollum is 40. She a son and a daughter. He son questioned.J. I attends the Episcopal Church against the death penalty. She CHARDON, Ohio (AP CARRIER OR RATES BY
former Air Force pilot, Causey I works as a bookkeepersecretary. was the 68th prospect called G. Holton Jr. A 31yearold and was the 108th person call- is 57, a Methodist, a divorcee Eighth grader David Scott, who \i MAIL 1
.: holds a master's degree and attends "Dallas is the same cityit for jury duty. mailman, Holton was the. and a telephone company em- lives in the Geauga County snow;! 1 Week .45 i
the Baptist Church. He is. always was," she said. A Robert J. Fletchner Jr. 91st person called for exami-II. ed.J.. Waymon Rose The 10th ploye. belt makes sure his customers ; 3 Mos. $5.85

35 and the father of two sons. member of the Assembly of He was accepted on the jury nation. He is a Navy veteran juror selected ia former Navy Mrs. Louise Malone The get their newspaper, the Cleveland -' All mail subscriptions must ,
His occupation is electronics God Church, she was the 49th after only 20 minutes of ques- and has completed one year of pilot and a graduate of the final juror, she is a white-haired Plain Dealer. be paid in advance. ,
analysis. person examined. tioning. Fletchner, 29, is a pa- college. Holton belongs to the University of Chattanooga. He widow who is an accountant for His father has fixed up a I Member of Audit Bureau of
Outher E. Dickcrson An per firm salesman and the father Church of Christ, his wife is is 40, a furniture salesman a an oil company. She was the heavy-duty snowplow on the j Circulation.All )

Allen W. McCoy A 39 intense, 27-year-old vice presi- of a boy and a girl. The a Baptist and they have three Presbyterian and the father of 162nd person examined during front of a tractor, with blinker I material contained herein Is D.
year-old industrial engineer, Mc- dent of a chemical company 82nd prospective juror called, children. A California native, three children. The defense accepted -1 the 14 days of the trial. A Baptist lights to warn of David's stops I the property of the Gainesville
Coy is a Texas A&M graduate. Dickerson spends his off time he finished a two-year printing he has lived in the Dallas area him although he has i Mrs: Malone has a married and starts, and the youngster Publishing Company in whole or(c) In 1861.part Reproduction Is
He'is called "too fair" by hh I working with teenagers and at- school course and attends the since 1954. He is a reserve police served on a civil jury and two i daughter and has lived In Dallas plows his way along the paper permission strictly forbidden of the without publisher.the written

wife, who was with him in ali tending Jaycee activities. He Christian Science Church. officer. Navy court martials. He was 36 years. She is 58. route on stormy days. I -



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PLUMBING Herlihy, Forerunner of R at S,. ;:-T:. FREE CUSTOMER PARKING

HEATING Started Here 39 Years AgoRyals a:': .'*' ,', .;' f<# :

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Plumbing, Incorporated,! Now located at 722 South MainSt. 2 ,;.. .
formerly G. A. Herlihy Plumbing Inc. : .
and SERVICE 372-5372 Ryals Plumbing employs *,,,' ..
was started by Herlihy in about 20 regular em-
CONTRACTING. REPAIR WORK 1925 in a building on West Uni- ployees including plumbers, la-

WATER HEATERS versity Avenue, according to borers. IUJM
Miss Ethel Powell, who has been II "The staff fluctuates with the

RYALS with the business for 27 years. size job we're working on," : ,.
PLUMBING JNC. "We moved in back of Wil said Miss Powell. "Last sum-
722 MAIN STREET son's in 1938 but had to move mer we had about 40 people." S r

again when Wilson's expandedin I Herlihy died in 1959, and the wv

1954," said Miss PowelL business was bought in April, Over 40 Years Of

RUSS'SSheet "Then we moved to our present 1960, by W. F. "Tom" Ryals, LeadershipPJ'roFax
Metal location." president of the incorporation.

Inc. $ k.ay = as "Quality Controlled"GAS
Mechanical Contracting Is Major SERVICE

ContractorsFor !t UR

Interest of Ryals PlumbingRyals o r er ihx EconomicalPhone

Heating & AirConditioningSheet Plumbing Inc., can,search Building, Colonial Manor 4, EIME 372-8458

Metal meet any plumbing need the I i Florida Book Store, College .
2520 N.E. 18th TerracePh. I 1 PYROFAX OAS CORF
FR 6-8282 public might have according to Inn the city police station and -802 W. Univ. Are.
owner Tom Ryals. Mechanical Guaranty Federal Savings and i
contracting has become the Loan Association."

.. largest function of the business, I For Your Complete
I but Ryals Plumbing still does, Buildings currently under construction Insurance

repair work and sells and services -I contracted by Ryals
I Needs
szI j water heaters, air con- Plumbing are Elementary C .. IBIRG

: ditioners, and heat pumps, he I School Elementary B School, Call

| added. Citizens Bank courthouses in ,. w N : j ,,. Howard Adams
Putnam and Levy Counties and a
I t "Our service has become ,the Bradford County Hospital in "Bill" Campbell .
f.r more commercial now, said Starke. ,
I Miss Ethel Powell. "We've re- ADAM'S INSURANCE

I cently completed the plumbing, "Heating and air conditioningis 'I''' AGENCY ,
t' I i heating and air conditioning for more efficiently tied in with 234 S.W. 4th Ave.
the Alachua County Courthouse I plumbing piping by the same W F. "Tom" Ryals, president and manager of Ryals Plumbing at the front door of the office and show- L____ FR 68236KNITTING
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The Gainesville !
\ University Chevrolet, J. M.I company when a building is con- room at 722 South Main Street. The company, an outgrowth of the old Herlihy Plumbing Company, has

: \ 30% I Fields, the Agriculture Re structed," said Miss PowelL been doing business in Gainesville for 39 years. ,

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Discount A IO 1bC Fm!Y .M000Oh.MN4f > % drain. '/ .
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is Now On At 1 :f' }fi. ?:< Ryals Plumbing occupies two dropped into plumbing fixtures says Miss Powell, and when
'. v,," 'id db buildings amounting to approxi- and the fixtures must be taken cold weather is predicted the NEEDLEWORKSUPPLIES

,. LORD BRYON'S :'. : g '\ mately 6,000 square feet. The apart to find them," said Miss plumbing company is delugedby

: .-1. front building houses the office, 1 Powell. calls asking for advice on FINISHING. .
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1223 W. University .J -t"v' w a cn showroom, and a shop that allows Many times people don't even what to do to prevent pipes 625 FREE W.INSTRUCTIONS University Ave.
-J 1/2 Block Off The Campus plumbers to cut pipes miss an object until the plumber from breaking. Ph. FR 6-6161

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Lumber Hardware ment used.Contracting.
Plywood Tailor-Made Cover' '.
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: Co. \ fin White Springs is about the

\.f'?I .. 2303 Ph. N.W.FR 6-4568 6th St. 2 ;; : |*,;farthest jobs" said away W. F. we've Ryals. done 2031 Ph. N.W.376-4664 6th St.

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:4 Carlos. (B. HopeELECTRIC .q *closets I,find in is water the plumbing closets.term Water for L ;, PiL.? PlUMBING

I CO., 'NC.r $i dwtro'O Q

I. "Just the other day, we were
' RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIAL I called on to clear the shower SEWERWORK

I'drains and take oranges from

11,II JNDUSTRIAL gs} the water closets in a fraternity Modern equipment for cleaning
i L. I All Types Lighting Fixtures ?: house," said Miss Ethel Powell. sewers. Sink water and all
t. Make Selection From Our & .t drains from SA" to 8" lines.

(. t or call \ &pI "We've found many bones and ANNIS

8Showroom: I objects such as bottles, cups, PLUMBING CO.
18thTerrace plastic toys and toothbrushes 6 I i
Phone 372-3501 or 376-7081
.er.5# I that children have thrown into 1010 I S. Main Street
|; the water closet," added Miss
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Contact lenses often lost TYPES OF
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504 N.W. 8th Ave.
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Locker : I usually retrieve them", said one
Rentals .I f n of the plumbers. "I even founda Miss Ethel Powell, secretary and treasurer of 376-8215
With commercial contracting rapidly becoming a major part of their business, hairbrush once. Ryals Plumbing, Inc., has been associated with the FOR A PEPPERREPRESENTATIVE
more and more time must be spent at the drawing board. This kind of careful company for 27 years. Pictured with Miss Powell
Beef ForFreezers planning and expert knowledge of construction costs, has enabled the Ryals "Of course, wedding rings above is Dan Ryals, now a senior at Gainesville High TO HELP YOU.

:: Company to bid in many important contracts. and diamonds are accidently School, a part-time office assistant.For PEPPERPRINTING

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Canton Restaurant Tom Ryals, president of Ryals Plumbing, Inc., looks over part of the fixture display. Some of the famous name plumbing fixtures handled by the company include 218 S.E. First St.
811 W. University Ave. Rheam, White, Kohler, American Standard and Crane. Though the sale and installation of new equipment is an important part of the business, the firm is also FR 6-4105

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f 1.. : (Jiaintsuil1 Sun THESOUTH M A $100,000 Question, Hangs- ,

I '!li By RICHARD WILSON of delivery of said $10,000 in gambling interests.

I JOHN X. HAKRISON, President sad. Chief, Cowles Washington cash in $100 bills that $90,000 Cash money in copious

i lJ t FvblUheri ED PAT JOHNSON COWLES, Tic Tics PreiUcatuU Frtildcali BureauWASHINGTON would be coming for the same quantities has, however, prev-
i EzccmtiT EiiUri W. G. (Bill) Sen. purpose to aid the candidatein iously been associated with
I 1 Beautiful EBEBSOLE. Tic Freildent and Ado Hugh Scott (Rep., Penn.) di- the 1960 election?" Baker. Testimony was given
t vcrtUUf DirtcUri BOB TARTAGLJONE. By RALPH McGILL rected the '
University City rmUtict rril Winning rmkllthcr following questionto that he kept large sums of ; .
Tic President and Ctrenlr
I i U.. 1I.u.* 01 the Atlanta, (GL) C.istltBtIM Robert Baker, former Secretary NO ANSWER.Robert cash in a cabinet in his officein
of the Senate Demo- Baker had in-
1 one the Capitol where he serv- .
TakeAlbania cratic Majority: terest in the presidential cam- ed as Sen. Johnson's lieutenant -
II "Mr. Baker, did not Mr. paign of 1960. He was work- in operating the Senate.
1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. Fred Black give you $10,000 in ing for the nomination of his According to the testimony,
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-tKt only in-editorials cash in $100 bills in an enve- boss and patron, Sen. Lyn- Baker handled this cash fam-
/ 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. lope in the Carlton Hotel in don Johnson, as the Democratic iliarly, counting it out

I The Sun's telephones: All Department! -372-8441 Washington, these monies to candidate for president. in sums up to $13,500, whichhe
'J' be delivered to one of the Senator Scott's enigmatic placed in envelopes and on ter for curiosity and concern (
Want Ads-376-4672 As A Text presidential can d i dates for questions were thus of spec- one occasion accidenta 11 y where such funds come from
use in his campaign?" ial interest. No testimony has counted out $1,000 to much. and how they are disbursed,
been offered that B a ker's whether strings are tied to ;
t I One of the more infantile NO ANSWER. friend, Black, handed Baker THE DERIVATION of this their disbursement, and whe1
Ifl' A Message to Mr. Ball suggestions of our time is that "Mr. Baker, did not he the handy little packet of cash is not established. What ther the giving or withhold-
r sale of U. S. wheat to Russia state at the time of the delivery $100 bills. Black is the Wash- appears to be establishedatleast ind of such sums may be us-

: Somehow or other, we never anticipated dy, where the population gain has inspired France, Britain and of that $10,000 in cashin ington representative of defense as an allegation-is that ed by the party leadership to !
II'IJ that we would ever defend been three times the Florida aver- others to trade and make dip- $100 bills-did not Mr. contractors who has testified Baker was an associate of enforce political regularity.To .
j peppery old Ed Ball. age. This railroad is Mr. Ball's baby. lomatic treaties with the Red Black state to you at the time that he had Caribbean persons engaged in legal gam- this extent therefore,
Chinese, Russians, Cubans, bling operations. The most recent the questioning of Baker on s
l 1 He started buying into it in 1941, and so on. testimony on this pointis the $100,000 in cash has a
I But defend him we must in the long after duPont's death. But it Almost all the world is in BELOW OLYMPUS By 'Interlandi' that Baker arranged discus- true legislative purpose. It I

J i face of the law-breaking which took 18 years to gain full control, turmoil and change. Albania, sions on Caribbean gambling would be prudent for the Sen-

threatens to cripple his Florida East and only then after heroic court the pygmy, seizes all the property concessions for Las Vegas ate to consider whether or !i
battles. of the Russian giant. gamblers whom he describedas not additional legislation
Coast Railroad.
I Pakistan and India kill over mK "clients and friends." would be desirably to enforce
: Kashmir. New small cold wars \ Thus an unpleasant associa- strict control over and accounting -
Ed Ball is a tiny fellow with around For 13 months Mr. Ball's pet rail- spring up daily. I&I{ N tion of ideas has been set up, of such cash sums,

ij head who usually takes itpl road has been storm-tossed, struck There are more nations than whether justified or not, and or political contributions in

I easy on a plantation near Tallahas by 11 unions. They claim, if we remember ever before more than even the senatorial investigating any form but particularly if
.e committee has been trying to in cash.
see. He traces his background to the correctly, that Mr. Ball's the most active imaginationsof
at the facts. Additional
I the get
'j: bluebloods of Virginia, all the way railroad doesn't pay wages up to ing toward past conceived the future.in Thereare peer- testimony is expected on the BUT ENTIRELY aside from

back to Mary Ball, mother of George the national scale established by in- new centers of power. In matter to which Senator Scott that aspect, the whole mat

1 .. ", Washington. He hops into Florida dustry-wide arbitration. Mr. Ball's 1914 London, Paris, and Ber- 1 t. referred; that is, the ques- ter raised by Senator Scott

1 history as brother-in-law and associate answer is that he's losing money already lin were calling the tune. By J tion of the availability of needs to be cleared up so I
$100,000 in cash "to be deliv- that there will be no lingering .
of the late Alfred I. duPont, and can't afford higher wages. 1917 Washington was involved.
ered to one of the presidential doubts or wrongful imputa
__ financier and empire builder who And he's holding to that, although FROM 1945 J candidates for use in his tions. A contribution of
until about 1958 t
I bridged the gap between the Robber damned as "an anti-union ty Washington and Moscow were campaign." $100,000 in cash in quite a y)

Barons of the last century and the rant" who refuses all peace overturesand the power centers. But here large sum, and very unusual -

i'' F: Philanthropist Businessmen of this thinks he "is better than the and there were nations that .l IT IS ASSUMED, in fact it especially when its origin .
has never been denied, that is in doubt.
began to refuse to do what the i
'J Baker played some part in This is a matter of more
two great powers wished themto
., do. Tito defied Stalin. The the collection of funds to aid importance than the gift of a .
DuPont had faith in Florida, moving Admittedly, this is a pretty loose Hungarians rebelled. The Asian senators in their campaignsfor stereo set or the whereabouts '

li"J from Delaware in 1927. Ed Ball, interpretation of the issues. But the states and the new ones in -:- .J = ); ,c- reelection. There is noth- of Nancy Carole Tyler at an I

J l" as both buddy and brother-in-law, fact is that Mr. Ball is operating his Africa, though they lacked stability I '} ing unusual nor necessarily irregular given time. The mere fact
about this. Both par- that Baker refuses to testifyon
sent all sorts of errands not freight trains without benefit nonetheless insisted on
was on of -. Ie.Ilj ties have senatorial campaign this and other points does
\ the least of which was buying up union help. acting on their own, some e l.- committees which raise fundsto not excuse the committeefrom
times with disastrous
.. j't virtually all the land in 11 West (Albania thumbs a rude results.nose tlStmm! .. help incumbents get re- finding out more about

i. Florida counties, acquiring in the As a result, the railroad has un- at Moscow.) "You wanna do something constructive? Why'n cha join elected. the questions raised by Sena-

process a telephone company, a small dergone 218 acts of vandalism and China, propelled into the the war on poverty?" But it has long been a mat- tor Scott.

r,; railroad, and a paper-making empire sabotage, embracing worker beat- Korean war by fear and a I

J ,(f>F stretching from Florida to Ireland. ings, derailments, fires, rock throw- nudge from Russia, began to
take hand in the then presentand
Also mention is the du- ing and rifle fire.
i ::, deserving The incidents have future. More lately, Gen-
-.. Pont banking empire, now spanning averaged 14 a month. But the most eral de Gaulle has done the THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT

4i = Florida with 31 banks including our horrifying has been the dynamitingof same. France and Peking now

own, the Florida National Bank at four freight trains, endangeringlife have exchanged diplomatic en-
voys. The British, with unem- Mr. Johnson's TV Talk
if J Gainesville.i and wrecking untold millions in ployment and a labor party

damages.We that long has been urging 1

} Alfred I. duPont died in 1935. He trade with China and the Com- By DAVID LAWRENCE and to make "adjustments"when Unquestionably Mr. John- on the circumstances existing I I

,. had done much for Florida. And as are not blaming union man- munist nations, have insistedall WASHINGTON President diplomatic relations with son's long familiarity with the at campaign time.

f .-- -. chief trustee of the duPont estate, agement for this atrocious effort at the while that trade does Johnson handled himself just the Panamanian governmenthave governmental scene is one Lyndon Johnson has learn-

t' Ed Ball ever since has managed intimidation. But we do blame the not necessarily mean political right in his press conferencethe been restored, but he reason for his adroitness in ed in his 30 years of exper-
t\\1. idled agreement. The British and other day the first to be made it clear that this country answering questions as well as ience on Capitol Hill that it's
"duPont individual
things-risoHhY empireh.; and workmen who
i are Japanese, being industrial island shared simultaneously with a would not make any "pre- his respectful attitude toward never wise in politics to makea
: ., the state both reaped economic benefit like agitated cancer cells seeking vi- nations, must trade to television and radio audience. commitments." This plainly those who disagree with himor superfluous statement or to

fl' All credit to Ed Ball. tal organs to strike. live. The British could not be There are theatrical tempta- means that the decision i ask questions with embarrassing issue one long before it is
. : = expected to be idle while tions and political dangers in whether to agree to a revisionof implications.Mr. whole, Mr. Johnson's demeanor -

: :: At the same time, Mr. Ball hasn't What they are doing is utterly France moved to grow fat and appearing before a mass of the existing treaty with Pa- Johnson didn't care to at his TV conference with
"- prosperous on trade with the listeners over nationwide net- nama will not be made before say now whether he will en- the press, if continued, will
't I : been plagued with end-of-the-month wrong. Chinese. The Japanese, also works. Mr. Johnson didn't try but after the whole subjecthas gage in a TV debate with the give an image to the public of

'. ..jlo budget problems. severely restricted in trade to be a Bob Hope or a Jack been explored in confer- opposing presidential candi- a hard-working, cautious and
( :: This is no defense of Ed Ball's with this country, will of nec- Benny or to use the applause- ences between the two govern- date next autumn. He said sincere man whose mistakes
'g."' : Ed Ball does not reject the sobriquet personality or methods. But in any essity find outlets elsewhere. getting methods of any other ments. merely that he will "cross when they occur, will not

I \0 as "one of the more determined man's book, that railroad is Mr.Ball's. China is nearby. TV star, but presented himself On domestic politics, Mr. that bridge" when he comesto seem to be due so much to a {
: simply as an earnest, digni- Johnson was equally restrained it. This leaves him with lack of conscientious effort as
capitalists in the day As long he doesn't violatethe
present as \
THERE WERE tremendous fied President of the United and chose his words care plenty of opportunity to decide to the turns of fate in a topsy
: United States." He does not "run" law in its operation, then he is forces busy realigning the States. In choosing not to bea fully. He preferred, for exam- either way, depending turvy world.Washington |
Florida, but the master's hand is entitled to run. And we know one world before General de showman, he may not have ple, not to involve himself in \

felt from the posh board rooms in thing-if Mr. Ball is insecure in his Gaulle moved into China. Butit won the "Beatle"-minded, but the techniques of a court trial

: Miami to the echoing corridors of railroad, then all of us are insecurein was this bold, diplomatic he probably earned the respectof and said merely that he t I
stroke that will
bring mature citizens. The sharp wouldn't comment on the Memo
the State in Tallahassee. He homes.
: Capitol our
profound changes in the poli-
and witty innuendoes of poli- "Bobby Baker Case" until the
: is a big man. tical and economic relation- tical combat, moreover, were hearings have been concludedand
To the vandals and hoodlums, a ships, perhaps the most historic omitted, as this device some the Senate committee has Cowles Washington Bureau

: But his cup of tea is the :Florida piece of advice. Mr. Ball is a tough and meaningful of any since times alienates as many as it made its report. Beseeched for PARADISE? Rep. Thomas P. Gill (D., Hawaii) was appear

: East Coast Railroad. rooster of 74 years and he is proudof the two world wars. To suggest attracts.Mr. an educated guess as to who ing as a witness before a congressional committee when one
k that a relatively small wheat Johnson appeared a his Republican opponent in the of the committeemen, Rep. H. R. Cross (R., Iowa) asked him
his chicken yard. He will not be deal, which followed previous changed man from the days presidential race might be, what kind of tax system Hawaii had. "Congressman," said
": The pattern of the duPont em- intimidated and will defend .it to sales by Canada, is respon- when he was majority leaderof to state unequivocally that he Gill, "We have every kind of tax known to man and a few
: pire was well established under Alfred the end. And for this tenacity, we sible for the new directionsin the Senate or vice presi- stands behind the bill as it that haven't been invented }et. We tax everything that walksor
world trade and in re-ex- dent. He showed the weight of passed the House. He denied crawls."
: I. duPont, except for the FEC want to send him a message:
amination of political posi- his responsibility. He was that he had promised to com- .
I I railroad. It serves the booming East
tions, is puerile.IT calm and restrained and was promise on this or any other MYSTERY: Jane Goodall, the British biologist who visited
Coast, including vital Cape Kenne- Bravo. exceedingly careful to choose section. But, of course, this here last week fresh from three years in a chimpanzee
IS WELL to note that every word he spoke. doesn't preclude the Senate community in East Africa said she was completely baffled
General de Gaulle is gaininghis Take, for instance, the Presi- and House conferees from by one aspect of chimp culture-what happens to dead ones.
1 I new political and economic dent's way of dealing with the making compromises while She said she knew that at least one, and possibly a couple
Ii influence without expenditurefor Panama problem. He said he assuming that the Presidentwill more, chimps had died since she had been there, but she
1f Voice of the People arms. France was broughtto was willing to "discuss any- have to go along anywayif never could find any trace of the bodies.
!f the edge of bankruptcy by thing, any time, anywhere" it's the best thing that can .
long-drawn-out bloody wars in be done to assure final passage THE STYLISH WAY: From the White House, a piece of
I Indo-China and Algeria. paper announcing that there now is a "U.S.-Canadian work

On The Sun's Opinion>< Page France "lost" both these Finns Mr. Johnson was seated dur- ing group charged with the task of examining the desirabilityand
wars. He now has become the Unsteady ing the press conference a practicability of developing acceptable principles which
sole European power to have a return to the custom of the would make it easier to avoid divergencies in economic
Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome In the Voice of the People column. Letters Fool Photogs and
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A'letter shouldnot favored position in Red China. presidents of two or more dec- other policies of interest to each other. Translation: To
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The Britainwhich recognized the (e) New York Times ades ago. He seemed at ease find ways of getting along better. (Meanwhile, the Navy is
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or Mao regime soon after its STOCKHOLM Finnish in- and didn't give the impressionthat involved in a program to find out what to do about airplane

intent. establishment, has not been genuity in time of international he was delivering a speechbut pilots who get "geographically disoriented," or, you might
Code world in the Red Chinese Much individual liberty and trusted because of her NATO crisis was recalled here that he was merely con say, lost.)
Housing "Peoples Daily," Jan. 8, 1955, freedom has been lost under alliances. France is also seek- recently during a lull in the ducting a conversation with .
And Liberty quote: the justification of "health and ing to regain influence in Asia annual meeting of the Nordic the correspondents who were THE GRAB: On the presidential airplane going down to I
safety" under "emergency" and Africa. De Gaulle seemsto Council. interrogating him. Miami last week, Lynda Bird, the President's 19 year old
EDITOR:, Sun: Proposed_ "It is absolutely necessaryfor conditions.In sense the fact that the One member of the Finnish Asked about his first 100 daysin daughter, was reading a book about American government .
a public security cold wars, large and related how his the presidency which last
City of Gainesville Housing organ our zeal to improve our many parliament homework for her political science class. She came across a
Code, Jan. 6, 1964, page 47, under emergency conditions, lot, which is good, let us be small, make for opportunityto country's first delegation to a Saturday completed, Mr. Johnson little anecdote about President Lincoln, and read it to her
Section 18 quote: to search a place or detain a use diplomacy and new alliances Council meeting started out said he had as vice presi- father, who used it a couple of hours later in his talk at
person without a warrant from most careful not to jeopardize rather than guns and in a chartered plane on which dent sat in on 35 meetings of Palatka. When the family got back on the airplane to continue -.
the"Emergencies. official Whene finds v e r the people's procurator's of- our individual liberties as planes. many a glass was raised dur- the National Security Council, to Miami. Lynda Bird complained: "Aren't there any
enforcing fice. If there are any people endowed by God and providedfor Meanwhile, the British, in ing the trip. The year was including the Cuban missile copywrite laws in this country? He deliberately stole myT 1
that exists
an emergency who consider this an infringe- in our Constitution. We the wake of Lord Home's visitto 1956, and the Finns were join- crisis, and that he had been story." J
which requires immediate action ment of personal freedom and have a precious and rare com- this country, have announced ing the Council, then four reasonably close to the opera- I !

to protect the public of the democratic rights of modity, our freedom, whichif their trade gap for Januarywas years old, at its Copenhagen tions of the presidential officein DEFENSE: When the President's airplane landed at Jack- .
health he without
may, no- the people, then their viewsare not handled with the great- an adverse 120 million session.On the last 30 years, but that sonville, in a hard, cold rain driven by a strong wind, Rep. -
tice or hearing, issue an order both and est dedication and care can pounds, the largest monthly landing, it was dis- he had derived many different
the existence of suchan wrong dangerous. Sam M. Gibbons (D., Fla.), who was aboard, took a good
reciting and ." vanish from the face of our deficit in the country's history. covered not only that a large impressions now from "this deal of kidding about the weather. He remained calm. "All our
emergency requiringthat city, state and nation and It is this, and the prospect of group of photographers was Mr. Johnson quietly repliedthat bad weather in Florida," he said, "comes from Texas." ,
such action be taken
as The first is a proposal by even from the entire earth.OBSERVER. more of the same, that has on hand to record the Finns' he himself. hadn't been
he deems necessary to meet good honest Americans with a caused the British to move arrival, but also that some nominated as yet and that
the emergency. Notwithstanding desire to improve living con- strongly to trade with Russia, delegates were unsteady. these were matters for the tuf'
the other provisions of this ditions. The second are words including the granting of the Massing into a phalanx, convention to decide. ,
ordinance, such order shall from the government of Chair- You claim dangerous long-term credits. with the unsteady Finns in But when asked about the At. ({ 9lt
be effective immediately, sub- Mao's can to be middle j
man state with
The sale of a few million bu- the center, the delegation "public accommodations" section
ject to the provisions of"Sec- his mistaken Idea of improving aged, at least back, when if you can remember shels of wheat (to eat) is only moved slowly and with dig- of the "civil rights" bill, J a.ck cJj''
tion 15 of this ordinance. e.i
living conditions. tow 4
wore blue worked. remotely relevant to the prob- nity through the air terminalto Mr. Johnson didn't hesitate f
Now on the other fide of the Now the point of all of this: -fiprt (WU.) Herald lem if at all. waiting taxis. awesome responsibility."

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H FloiUFf' daotesuflk: thxitc. THE A $100,000 Question HangsBy .

ik -
vide) gJ RICHARD WILSON of delivery of said $10,000 in gambling interests.

J I Gain JOD a. HlftftUON. PrciUcatfakliiktri s4 SOUTHBy Chief, Cowles Washington cash in $100 bills that $90,000 Cash money in copious I
FAT COWLES.: VU PisalJ BureauWASHINGTON would be for the has however
J anna ,, J 4tt ED JOHNSON. Tic Pzssl&e.ts.d coming same quantities previously
Char Florida's.Beautiful- ZxtcBti KtlUri W. G. (Bill) Sen. purpose to aid the candidatein been associated with
I nity e. EBE1SOUC. VI.. PrtiUtmt aid 14TcrtUlar Hugh Scott (Rep., Penn.) di- the 1960 election?" Baker. Testimony was given
'\ told University City' DlrteUrt BOB TAKIAGLIONE. RALPH :HeGILL rected the following questionto that he kept large sums of i'
.. .. 'Uutr Frto. irinlar Pabllihir ;
I City .. M...TJ(.. p.W..t Cirtnltta *- Of fb* Atu.u G1.> llt1t.llM. Robert Baker former Secretary NO ANSWER. cash in a cabinet in his officein 1 1ter
r tr : ,. of the Senate Demo- Robert Baker had one in- the Capitol where he serv

a j houand : cratic Majority: terest in the presidential cam- ed as Sen. Johnson's Ifeuten-
THE POLICY TakeAlbania
-; SUN'S "Mr. Baker, did not Mr. paign of 1960. He was work- ant in operating the Senate.

for 1. Report' the news fully and impartially in the news columns. Fred Black give you $10,000 in ing for the nomination of his According to the testimony
$5,' 2 in but editorials boss and patron, Sen. Lyn- Baker handled this cash fam-
; Express the opinions of the Sun only m-- cash in $100 bills in an enve-
J 3. Publish all sides of important controversial is.ues.J lope in the Carlton Hotel in don Johnson, as the Democratic iliarly, counting it out

J la// Washington these monies to candidate for president. in sums up to $13,500, whichhe
The All 8441'I'
telephones: Department]- -
inZ' be delivered to one of the Senator Scott's enigmatic placed in envelopes and on for curiosity and concern
Want Ads-376-4672 As A Text presidential can d i dates for questions were thus of special one occasion accidenta 11 I y where such funds come from

use in his campaign?" interest. No testimony has counted out $1,000 to much. and how they are disbursed,
I t I; itt been offered that B a ker's whether strings are tied to
i One of the more infantile NO ANSWER. friend, Black, handed Baker THE DERIVATION of this their disbursement, and whether -
:: A Message to Mr. Ball suggestions of our time is that "Mr. Baker, did not he the handy little packet of cash is not established. What the giving or withhold-
:, sale of U. S. wheat Russia to be establishedatleast ind of such sums be used
to state at the time of the delivery $100 bills. Black is the Wash- appears may
i Somehow or other, we never anticipated dy, where the population gain has inspired France, Britain and of that $10,000()()() in cashin ington representative of defense as an allegation-is that by the party leadership to

: that we would ever defend been three times the Florida aver- others to trade and make dip $100 bills-did not Mr. contractors who has testified Baker was an associate of enforce political regularity.To .
1/ This railroad lomatic treaties with the Red Black state to you at the time that he had Caribbean persons engaged in legal game this extent. therefore,
old Ed Ball. is Mr. Ball's baby.
peppery age. Chinese, Russians, Cubans, bling operations. The most recent the questioning of Baker on
It He started buying into it in 1941, and so on. testimony on this pointis the $100,000 in cash has a

But defend him we must in the long after duPont's death But it Almost all the world is in BELOW OLYMPUS ** Interlandi8RM6" that Baker arranged discus- true legislative purpose. It

fI face of the law-breaking which took 18 years to gain full control, turmoil and change. Albania, sions on Caribbean gambling would be prudent for the Senate -

$$1 threatens to cripple his Florida East and only then after heroic court the pygmy, seizes all the pro concessions for Las Vegas to consider whether or
Coast Railroad. battles. perty of the Russian giant. gamblers whom he describedas not additional legislation
,: Pakistan and India kill over wKpR1)MIIITl : "clients and friends." would be desirably to enforce

I 'f. Kashmir. New small cold wars \ Thus an unpleasant associa- strict control over and accounting -
Ed Ball is a tiny fellow with a For 13 months Mr. Ball's pet rail- spring up daily. N tion of ideas has been set up, of such cash sums,

.-. round head who usually takes it road has been storm-tossed, struck There are more nations than whether justified or not, and or political contributions in

I .' easy on a plantation near Tallahassee. by 11 unions. They claim, if we re- ever before more than even the senatorial investigating any form but particularly if :
committee has been trying to in cash.
1 --- see. He traces his background to the member correctly, that Mr. Ball's the most active imaginationsof Additional
at the facts.
\ :--- bluebloods of Virginia, all the way railroad doesn't pay wages up to the past conceived in peer- testimony is expected on the BUT ENTIRELY aside from
ing toward the future. Thereare
I I back to Mary Ball, mother of George the national scale established by in- new centers of power. In i matter to which Senator Scott that aspect. the whole mat-

,1 Washington. He hops into Florida dustry-wide arbitration. Mr. Ball's 1914 London, Paris, ,and Berlin referred; that is, the ques- ter raised by Senator Scott
I' : ) tion of the availability of needs to be cleared up so
t history as brother-in-law and associate answer is that he's losing money al- were calling the tune. By
$100,000 in cash "to be deliv- that there will be no lingering
I of the late Alfred I. duPont, ready and can't afford higher wag 1917 Washington was involved.
ered to one of the presidential doubts or wrongful imputa.
i''1 : financier and empire builder who es. And he's holding to that, although candidates for use in his tions. A contribution of
FROM 1945 until about 1958 )
: I : bridged the gap between the Robber damned as "an anti-union ty Washington and Moscow were J1I LcU campaign." $100,000 in cash in quite a

-1 : Barons of the last century and the rant" who refuses all peace overturesand the power centers. But here large sum, and very unusual -
: Philanthropist Businessmen of this thinks he "is better than the and there were nations that IT IS ASSUMED, in fact it especially when its origin -

f :. century. government." began to refuse to,do what the buL has never been denied, that is in doubt.
'I two great powers wished themto Baker played some part in This is a matter of more
.. 7- do. Tito defied Stalin. The the collection of funds to aid importance than the gift of a
\ DuPont had faith in Florida, moving Admittedly, this is a pretty loose Hungarians rebelled. The Asian \\\ senators in their campaignsfor stereo set or the whereaboutsof

: \' 1 from Delaware in 1927. Ed Ball, interpretation of the issues. But the states and the new ones in -_- _) A )V"Y )\ reelection. There is noth- Nancy Carole Tyler at any

I'Ii r as both buddy and brother-in-law, fact is that Mr. Ball is operating his Africa, though they lacked stability \ ing unusual nor necessarily irregular given time. The mere fact
' ( )) about this. Both par- that Baker refuses to testifyon
: nonetheless insisted
I !i was sent on all sorts of errands, not freight trains without benefit of on
ties have senatorial campaign this and other points does
f ::: acting on their own, some- k. j" I. -
( i the least of which union .
( was buying upi help. times with disastrous results. committees which raise fundsto not excuse the committee
'f J t = virtually all the land in 11 West (Albania thumbs a rude nose I help incumbents get re- from finding out more about

t J = Florida counties, acquiring in the As a result, the railroad has undergone at Moscow.) "You wanna do something constructive? Why'n cha join elected. the questions raised by Sena.

=- process a telephone company, a small 218 acts of vandalism and China, propelled Into the the war on poverty?" But it has long been a mat- tor Scott."Polities I

-:: railroad, and a paper-making empire sabotage, embracing worker beat- Korean war by fear and a

I'(I stretching from Florida to Ireland. ings, derailments, fires, rock throw- nudge from Russia, began to
take hand in the then presentand
, J I Also deserving mention is the duI ing and rifle fire. The incidents have future. More lately Gen- hassee area will include: Robert as a Variable News-

I Pont banking empire, now spanning averaged 14 a month. But the most eral de Gaulle has done the COLORED NEWS L. Allen, technician. Print. writing."

' Ii Florida with 31 banks including our horrifying has been the dynamiting same. France and Peking now ing D e p a rtment, Vocational- Morning highlights of the Sat

,iI : =- own, the Florida National Bank at of four freight trains, endangering have exchanged diplomatic en- Technical Institute, FAMU; urday sessions will be a panel
voys. The British, with unem- I James L. Burton, head Depart- discussion at 9 a.m. in Charles
l : Gainesville. life and wrecking untold millions in B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor
i ployment and a labor party ment of Printing, VTI, FAMU; Winter Wood Theater, whereDr.
I damages.We that long has been urging INTERSCHOLASTIC event. Mrs. Josie Speed, advisor The John Griffin, Charles Stone
Alfred I. duPont died in 1935. He trade with China and the Communist WORKSHOP A list of these persons in- Lincolnian, Lincoln High and Ted Poston will talk on

I' : -- had done much" for Florida. And as are not blaming union man nations, have insisted "Newspapers and the New cludes: Lowell Brandle, enter- School, and others.Registration "The Press and Human Rela
I = chief trustee of the .duPont esta'te, agement for this atrocious effort at all the while that trade does Freedoms: Recorders of the prise writer and featured columnist for the wrokshop, tions."
1 necessarily mean political Changing Scene" is the theme St. Petersburg Times, starting Wednesday afternoon
Ed Ball' ever 'since has managed intimidation. But we do blame the
z=. agreement. The British and selected for the 14th Annual In- St. Pet e r sburg; The Courier March 4, will be completed by I NOTICEThe
: ;
; things so the duPont empire and idled individual workmen who are Japanese, being industrial island terscholastic Press Workshop, Pittsburg, Pa.; Cliff 1 Mackay, 9 a.m Thursday.The Calavers Men's Club will

i : ::".. the state both reaped economic bene- like agitated cancer cells seeking vital nations, must trade to which gets under way this week, editor, Mrs. Gerri Major, society opening program will follow meet at the Recreation Center,

,! fit. All credit to Ed Ball. organs to strike. live. The British could not be Thursday through Saturday, editor Jet Magazine and St. at 10 a.m. with greetings today, March 4, at 8 p.m. William

1- expected to be idle while March 5-7 at Florida A and M. Paul Recorder. from Dr. George Gore, Jr., president Banks Jr., reporter.
t. : France moved to grow fat and University at Tallahassee.As Also, Ted P o s ton, senior reporter of the university D.vis.C.. I
At the ;
same time Mr. Ball hasn'tbeen What ther. are doing is utterly .
trade with the accord- and rewrite New
prosperous on in former NOTICE
: years, man i;0 Il1ngton, assistant director
: : plagued with end-of-the-month wrong. Chinese. The Japanese also ing to Mrs Thelma T. Gorham, York Post, N. Y. C.; GarthC. public relations and director of Prince Hall Lodge No. 1 will

1 .: :- budget problems. severely restricted in trade workshop director, some of the Reeves, managing editor, sports information, will preside.The meet at the Bell's Nursery
This is no defense of Ed Ball's with this country, will of nec- nation's most outstanding work Miami Times, Charles S. Stone, keynote address duringthe School, NW 7th Terrace, todayat

; Ed Ball does not reject the sob personality or methods. But in anyman's essity find outlets elsewhere. ing newsmen and journalist editor in-chief, Chicago Daily opening session will be delivered 7:30: p.m.
= China is nearby. ucators will serve as guest consultants -i Defender, and others. Lowell Brandle St.
by ,
: riquet as "one of the more determined book that railroad is Mr. I
I during the three day Consultants from the Talla.i Petersburg Times enterprises PLANS METING
: capitalists in the present day Ball's. As long as he doesn't violate THERE WERE tremendous writer. Azalea Court No. 104 will meet

It : United States." He does not "run" the law in its operation,, then he is forces busy realigning the I at the regular meeting place on

, i Florida, but the master's hand is entitled to run. And we know one world before General de On Thursday, in discussion Thursday, March 8, at 8 p.m.

:: felt from the posh board rooms in thing-if Mr. Ball is insecure in his Gaulle moved into China. Butit MemoCowles i; groups: Cliff Mackay and Cecil
was this bold, diplomatic Washington Newman will spearhead "Edi- LACROSSE NEWSCONVALESCING
: Miami to the echoing corridors of railroad, then all of us are insecurein stroke that will bring about torial Writing;" Mrs. Ferrie

the State Capitol in Tallahassee. He our homes.To profound changes in the poli- Washington Bureau ; Garth Reeves and Ernest Fill- Mrs. Drois Reed, well known
: isabigman. tical and economic relationships I Fillyau, "The PhotoFeature
: : PARADISE? Rep. Thomas P. Gill (D., Hawaii) was appear- young lady of LaCrosse who
perhaps the most historic Story; William Fowlkes and
the vandals hoodlums has been ill
and a ing as a witness before a congressional committee when one was reported as
:' S But his cup of tea is the Florida piece of advice. Mr. Ball is a tough and meaningful of any since of the committeemen, Rep. H. R. Cross (R., Iowa) asked him i David C. Collington" "Writingthe much improved and now able to
Samuel E.
the two world wars. To suggest Sport Story;
: East Coast Railroad. rooster of 74 years and he is proudof that a relatively small wheat what kind of tax system Hawaii had. "Congressman," said Russell, Mrs. Josie Speed, Mrs. be out again.ALACHUA .

i : : his chicken yard. He will nol be deal which followed previous Gill, "We have every kind of tax known to man and a few Marion Shannon, Miami, and J. NEWSANNIVERSARY

t : The pattern of the duPont em- intimidated and will defend it to sales by Canada, is respon- that crawls.haven't" been invented yet. We tax everything that walksor J. Mitchell, "The Advisor's Crucial SUCCESSFULThe

:: pire was well established under Alfred the end. And for this tenacity, we sible for the new directionsin .I Role 54th anniversary of the

I. duPont except for the FEC want to send him a message: world trade and in re-ex- I On Friday, Mrs. Ann Waldron St. Matthew Baptist Church at
amination of political posi- MYSTERY: Jane Goodall, the British biologist who visit- Alachua was successful
will discuss "Human
: railroad. It serves the booming East Interest as very
tions, is puerile.IT ed here last week fresh from three years in a chimpanzee week, and the attendance
I a Variable in Column Writing, was
Coast, including vital Cape Kenne- Bravo. community in East Africa, said she was completely baffledby in the 9 a.m. N e wspaper Production good. J. L. Middleton, pastor.
I.i IS WELL to note that one aspect of chimp culture-what happens to dead ones. Clinic session. At 2 ,
General de Gaulle is gaininghis She said she knew that at least one, and possibly a couple 'Marilyn W a 1 d r on will discuss AILING IN MED CENTER
I new political and economic more, chimps had died since she had been there, but she Oran Jones, of LaCrosse, Is
influence without expenditurefor never could find any trace of the bodies. ailing in the Medical Center, in

; Voice of the People the arms.edge France of bankruptcy was broughtto by Gainesville.AN .

long-drawn-out bloody wars in THE STYUSH WAY: From the White House, a piece of APPRECIATIONMrs.
I Indo-China and Algeria. paper announcing that there now is a "U.S.-Canadian work- UnsteadyFinns:
Leona Love wishes
France "lost" both these ing group charged with the task of examining the desirabilityand to
! = On The Sun's ,Opinion Pages II wars. He now has become the practicability of developing acceptable principles which Fool Photogs friends express and her relatives appreciation who to
would make it easier to avoid divergencies in economic and wereso
sole to have
I oona; ; ..4 ce".tl .f Suii r..4. .r. ..kOM.' i.. tho V..u .f the Puple col....",. Lettuamvat European power a other policies of interest to each other." Translation: To I b. ..itftt .ftel l bur the writer' .elclr.ss. NaMis will .. withh.I" it ,sqvsstsd. A. lette .h..14 favored position in Red China. STOCKHOLM Finnish ingenuity both the hospital and home. Mrs.
...t ucee4 500 words and lfllaIt b. wkti ii .,,Iy ."..ii. .f tho po,.,. Putty cs.uit .. ....... Th. Britainwhich recognized the find ways of getting along better. (Meanwhile, the Navy is Leona Love.
SUfi .., the ,iht t. eject I.tter involved in a to find out what to do about airplane in time of international -
isis iN ii Ie ah M' it, with..t ch.iqh.g the wt.'s ", .."i"l; or Mao regime soon after its program I
i"teftt. establishment, has not been pilots who get "geographically disoriented," or, you might crisis was recalled here CLUB SLATES MEETINGThe
recently during a lull in the
Housing 'Code world in the Red Chinese Much individual liberty and trusted because of her NATO say annual meeting of the Nordic University City Floral t
"Peoples Daily" Jan. 8, 1955, freedom has been lost under alliances. France is also seek- Council. Club will meet at the home of

And Liberty quote: the justification of "health and ing to regain influence in Asia THE GRAB: On the presidential airplane going down to Mrs. Annie Davis, of 517 NW
: safety" under "emergency" and Africa. De Gaulle seemsto Miami last week, Lynda Bird, the President's 19 year old One member of the Finnish 8th St., today at 8 p.m. Mrs.
; EDITOR:, Sun: Prop sed.. "It is absolutely necessary conditions.In sense the fact that the daughter, was reading a book about American government, parliament related how his D. Jackson, president; Mrs. A.
i City of Gainesville Housing for a public security organ, our zeal to improve our many cold wars, large and homework for her political science class. She came across a country's first delegation to a Davis, reporter.

Code, Jan. f 6, 1964; page 47, under emergency conditions, lot, which is good, let us be small, make for opportunityto little anecdote about President Lincoln, and read it to her Council meeting started out I
: Section 18 quote: to search a place or detain a most use diplomacy and new alliances father who used it a couple of hours later in his talk at in a chartered plane on which PERSONALSMrs.
i hEmergencifS.whene v e r person without a warrant from careful not to jeopar- rather than guns and Palatka. When the family got back on the airplane to con- many a glass was raised during Helen Dennis returned

the enforcing official finds the...people's procurator's of- dize our individual liberties as planes. tinue to Miami. Lynda Bird complained: "Aren't there any the trip. The year was here yesterday from Atlanta
:f that an exists fice. If there are any people endowed by God and providedfor Meanwhile, the British, in copywrite laws in this country? He deliberately stole my 1956, and the Finns were join- Ga., where she was called because
which emergency immediate who consider this aninfringement in our Constitution. We the wake of Lord Home's visitto story." ing the Council, then four I of business.Mrs. .
requires action -
.. to protect the public of personal freedom and have a precious and rare commodity this country, have announced years old, at its Copenhagen Mary H. Thomas and

health, he may; without notice of the democratic rights of our freedom whichif their trade gap for Januarywas DEFENSE: When the President's airplane landed at Jack- session. I daughter Carolyn, or ,Jackson.

or hearing:issue an order the people, then their viewsare not handled with the great- an adverse 120 million sonville, in a hard, cold rain driven by a strong wind, Rep. On landing, it was discovered ville, were guests here yester-
reciting the existence of suchan both wrong and dangerous. est dedication and care can pounds, the largest monthly Sam M. Gibbons (D., Fla.), who was aboard, took a good not only that a large day.
from the face of our deficit in the country's history.It .
and requiringthat deal of kidding about the weather. He remained calm. "All our of -
emergency such action be taken as The first is city, state and nation and is this, and the prospect of bad weather in Florida," he said, "comes from Texas." on group hand to photographers recordthe Finns'was I CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS '
a proposal by
even from the entire earth.OBSERVER. more of the same, that has Finance will meet today at-7:30 j Ip.m.
he deems necessary.to meet good honest Americans with a arrival, but also that some.
caused the British to move Choir No. 2 will have i
the emergency; Notwitnstandt desire to improve living con- LFYAZ I delegates were unsteady. its
to trade with Russia
strongly rehearsal tomorrow at 7;30
the other this
provisions ditions.
The second
are words .
t including the granting of the Massing into a phalanx, Mt. Carmel Baptist '
ordinance such order"shall
from the
of Chair-
: be effective immediately subJect man Mao's government police state ,with You can claim to be middle dangerous long-term credits. PM g'JQA t lht with The unsteady Finns in Forum today at 7:30 p.m.,.pm.j'
to the provisions of Section his mistaken idea of improving aged, at least, if you can remember The sale of a few million busheLs the center, the delegation also Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 ]
15 of this ordinance." living conditions. back when anybodywho of wheat (to eat) is only &j1; .... L4 W moved slowly and with dig have their joint rehearsal
Now wore blue jeans worked. remotely relevant to the problem nity through the air terminalto Ushers' Board No. 2 meets Sp.m.
on the other side of theI
Now thepoint of all of this: -a.na CWi..) Bu.W if at alL waiting taxis. II

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How Fraternities Auto Safety 1


Devices To
WASHINGTON (AP) -.There are bound to be "low days" SPECIAL
Help Gainesvillei and the waves of terrible remembrance, but Mrs. John F. j
,fr .. I Be DisplayedA Kennedy is picking up her life again as a private citizen in _PURCHASE ;

.i\ quiet Georgetown. I i
,II By PETER HATHAWAY the main causes of expulsion "She's getting along quite well," friends report three monI I

Florida fraternities save the and dissolution, Malloy com-, showcase displaying automotive ths after her husband's assassination. 1 ..--l--
I 1 UF $5 million a year and provide mented. safety devices and tech Mrs. Kennedy is engrossing herself in her children, her I
'1( employment for 150 niques will be sponsored here newly purchased home and memorials to her husband espec-
,f Gainesville residents with an "However, fraternities at UF Monday and Tuesday by the ially the John Fitzgerald Kennedy library project.She .

J annual payroll nearing $260,000, have an excellent future," he Gainesville-Alachua County Cit has been dining out with friends, is seen in neighborhoodstores

Charles Malloy, UF Interfrater- added. izens Safety Council. went on recent holiday weekend with friends on a Geor- RECORDSALE

I nity Council (IFC) president Besides the economic aspects, The "Automotive Safety gia plantation and took her two youngsters to a circus per-
.," told members of the University Malloy described the commun- Showcase" is a display made formance.

j City Kiwanis Club Tuesday. ity, social, and scholastic ser up and transported around the I Secret Service men kept photographers away and few paid .
I "The 26 fraternities provide vices provided by fraternities. country by the Automobile attention to the former first first lady during the circus outing.

I I housing for about 1,000 UF men Blood drives, Christmas parties Manufacturers Association. It's Mrs. Kennedy, however, can never again really be just a
II I and the national average costa a Heart Fund Drive, aid to designed to show the complex private citizen. Eevery day, as the sightseeing buses ride by

.I for housing a college man ,is underprivileged children, and research and engineering that and police and Secret Service men maintain their 24-hour
$5,000 per year," he said. a charity basketball game are helps build greater safety into guard she is reminded of it.

Based on these figures, a savings the main community services. today's motor vehicles.It .
'J of $5 million in UF housing Fraternities sponsor the two will be shown here in

; cost is realized."Housemothers largest social events of the the Gainesville Shopping Center -i I-

I cooks, and year, Fall and Spring Frolics, parking lot.
'j( house-boys make up the major- he said. Also, fraternities and The showing is in conjunction I SEE .. a HI-FI and STEREO values to 4.98

'I ity of those employed by fraternities sororities do about 80 per cent with the planned openingof F.

i ti i ," he said. of the work for Homecoming.Three an auto safety inspection bythe 4 \a .
Malloy also mentioned that scholarships and short
program later this month. The
Phi Kappa Psi social term loans each
I. fraternity are provided inspection is sponsored by local SUN
I I is expected to become number year by the IFC to needy fra- insurance ; awtjJ8y
27 in the UF garage owners i
fraternity system ternity men.
and the council. .
agents safety
next September. "This past yeart he fratern- III
"From 26 to 30 per cent of ity average was well above the The program will operate ACCIDENT ROUNDUP Gainesville, and Melvin Doug- f
Florida's male undergraduates all-mens' average and has been year-round. Motorists will be I las Lyell, 20, Gainesville.
i; belong to fraternities," he stat- above the non-fraternity men's able to get a free safety in- The Gainesville police this. Judith i Ann Wallace, 17, .
the follow-
ed, "this is normal in American average 11 of the last 20 spection in any participating garage morning reported Gainesville, and Ira Enzell t
,. colleges. years," Malloy said. in the county.People. ing persons involved in acci- Ward, 20, Lakeland.
., "Fraternities in the South, especially "Fraternities are emphasizing dents in the city yesterday:
b1 I Caroline J. Register, Univer- Divorce Suits Filed
the Southeast seem to scholarship more and more,
be expanding faster and with he said. "I find that character- sity of Florida, and Richard Frances Peters Kanzler vs. .
r In Norman Mercer, 104 NW 13th Gordon Roettger Kanzler.
{; more success than any other istics in today's pledges are Newest
Hits All Time
in the I St., about noon at the inter- Doyle Archie Linderman vs. w Favorites
area country, Malloy changing.
section of NW 13th Street and Johnnie Brown Linderman. World's Most Famous Artists
remarked. "No longer is the big drinker -
t y.::1 "The trouble spot, where fraternities and hell raiser, who lasts I The NewsNEW I 2nd Avenue. B.Esther G. Cason vs. Charlie I Music for Dancing & Listening Pleasure

J are receiving most of one trimester, what the frater-' I Bruce R. Burner, 1123 NW Cason. Instrumentals Vocals Inspirationals &
i i :+. their criticism, is in the North- nities are looking for as many YORK (AP-Igor Stra- 3rd Ave., about 1:30 p.m. in .Lizzie Mae Cavalieri vs. PaceL. i & Hymns Westerns Folk
{ east," he said. did 5 or 10 years ago," he vinsky is writing a choral workin the 1600 block of 3rd Avenue. Cavalieri. Songs Operas
Racial problems about pledges said. memory of John F. Kenne- David L Nemetz, 703 NE Mary Catherine Butler vs. Hootenanny Famous Fifties Hundreds

and a trend by northeastern "Today fraternities are looking dy, and has asked poet W. H 2nd St., and William F. Thompson -Samuel Clark Butler. To Choose From All At One Low Price.
university officials to feel that for the man who can stick Auden to provide a text. 401 NE 10th St., about Final Divorce Suits
i fraternities are not worthwhile I around long enough to help the Auden has collaborated with 7:30 p.m. at the intersection of Austin.Jane A. Austin vs. Douglas M.

1 11 to their university have been brotherhood," he said. the 83-year-old composer on sev- NW 5th Avenue and 17th SPECIAL:
Other Suits Filed
r, c eral works. Street. Cayuga Federal Savings & 4 THE BEETLE BEAT

Student Leaders Stravinsky was a guest at the' COURTHOUSE RECORDSFeb. Loan Assn. vs. Fred T. Minter I
White House jn 1962.
21-28 and Joseph E. Gum. balancedue. By "THE BUGGS"

Marriage License Applications .,41 tt f x. Album Features "I 1 Want To Hold Your Hand"
Brian M. Foley vs. George J. (
NEW YORK (APHarold limited quantity)
Wilson who could be Britain's Hester London, 84, Gaines- Linzmayer Jr., doing businessas
Tell of Problems
ville, and Willie Kirby .
. ,; next prime minister, says he 52, Gainesville.Jo secution.Meat-A-Rama, malicious pro- / B-L ACCESSORIES DEPARTMENT
L is extremely impressed by
Anne Mable Hollander, 21,
1 Oscar G. Laurene vs. William
President Johnson and other
" : I By MARTY SCHRAM structure of campus political organization U.S. officials. Gainesville, and James Rich- English Hurst, damages.

( Collegiate wheels talked, businessmen and Buddy Jacobs Wilson, leader of the British ard Coggins, 25, Gainesville. Wayne H. Brooke vs. J. M.
Rotarians listened, and spoke of the "challenge facing Tonya Marie Hinson, 21, Crevasse Jr., habeas corpus.
Labor left for
J student government" to round party, by plane
the topic revolved around the Gainesville, and George Henry
out the London Tuesday night, endinga SHOP
,program. Rone Jr., 21, Gainesville.
hub of activity on the Univer-
t Twice four day visit to the United Note to NasserCAIRO
president of the univer- Virginia Eilleen Lucier, 43,
of Florida
sity student
campus sity religious association, Jacobs States. He spent three days in Gainesville, and Ciriaco Nalla- 10 a.m.-9 p.m.

government. cited the trimester system as Washington, talking to Johnson ris, 64, Gainesville. ((9P-Phillips) Talbot
II IItI Three UF student government the greatest challenge to student and other officials. Gloria Mae Richardson, 19, J.S.. assistant secretary of state THE STORE WITH MORE

leaders told the Gainesville Ro- government. Labor is favored to win Brit- Gainesville and Sherman for Near East affairs, gave Use Your 6UNEWILLE SHOPPING CENTER ,
tarians of their political prot' "Under the trimester system," ain's national election this year.If Cooper, 25, Gainesville.Ha President Gamal Abdel Nassera 1302 NORTH MMH STREET

grams and problems at yester- Jacobs said, "students feel they it does, Wilson will become Clintonia Will, 17, Gainesville message from President Johnson Charge Account
t'; day's luncheon-meeting at the don't have enough time to devote -prime minister. and Ronald Lee McNamara Tuesday. No details were

t I. Holiday Inn.Student .' their energies to extra curricular 20, Gainesville. I disclosed.
activities. They are Day I e Joy Chatterton, 22, 1'I
\11 I Body Treasurer Fred I
\ afraid of overtaxing them- PHOENIX Ariz. CAPEu) Gainesville and Timothy Regi-
1 I\t Lane, in charge of adinister- selves." gene (Stormy) McDonald III of 'nald Holmes, 22, Gainesville. (

t ing a $500,000-a-year budget, "Thus," he said, "it is the job Chicago, heir to the Zenith Radio -i Lisa Lawrence, 21, Miami, j x a
told the group that campus student -of student government to first fortune, has married Virginia -and Florencio Otto Busot, 23,
t government is big business invite responsibility..and the Baker, 19, daughter of a I,Gainesville.
with big benefits. And things are
manpower will then follow. J Nebraska cattleman. I Deanne Loretta Jamerson, 21,
getting still bigger. .

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"Five years ago, Lane said, : \!;' ':" : ;Y' :'
''J "the Lyceum Council had an THE STORE WITH MORE
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$11,000 budget with which to w \ GAINESVILLE
I ... .-; .ww3..w-.w.Y..vw.+ K '- M wi.vv'ti wHh. Mw SHOPPING I CENTER
attract top-name talent for : 4.. 1302 NORTH MAN >ri'ReeT
',: campus performances. Now this a
council works from Yf
same a d '.
f budget in excess of $24,000." I 117C 'teIAt ,

But Lane jokingly pointed out! + r \ :'. UNIFORM HEADQUARTERSFor

that not all changes on the UF; f
campus are so dramatic and I

"When present U. S. Senator .Wr'h ifs.:

George student Smathers was runningfor office & r .i F .. : KNIT JERSEYThe
government wwwa iw Jh- : 3 gyo }' '} r
Lane said "he promised to lightnighttime .
recreation facilities. .

This year we finally succeeded .. uniform you con wash
getting funds to light the girls $< ,
( f first ; ) '-
and the first .irf "'
tennis courts __ }'$: j41
step of Smathers' program will !''it"':
( .
soon be completed. *:o.f
.'" ;.ti .'-v* su .. --.w ,, ,,r w NO IRONING
"This is not indicative of student ,

I j ever,"government Lane added.in action how WEAR IN I LESS THAN 1

Miss Johanna Hildring, student f : t D' .

government undersecretaryof l '.' : ? HOUR !
\," <
public relations Qutlined the 1.:. \. ''. : *
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Rights Debate : v
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MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP-) IJ., : .

Gov. George Wallace has called .,. .. Fashion flair you'd never expect to
for a nationwide televised debate .> :: .1
on the pending civil rights ,.'>...., ;!;;..x : n'1 find in a uniform stay-crisp a ::k;

bill.In first out ft I qualities to keep you neat and wrinkle-
I telegrams to the presidentsof \.. i
the National BroadcastingCo. .'. ;r'; free all day and the fabulous

., Columbia and American Broadcasting Broadcasting System : .. ', L <"" A' ..".. >c... .... ,;- .......,...., -- ..- -e Ws1.OlsrKS.,' .'or'.rpW\ "' '; 1,i c': j I quick-dry fabric that keeps you

Co., Wallace suggested Tues- always on-the-ready. Plus a price that ,
that the networks This is our in-one-door-and-out-the the doorway on the driver's side of
day sponsor other-door Volkswagen. We sell ,it. to the truck. makes it possible for you to have all
such a debate. people who wont to cut delivery time.It Tmis
left-door is extra at 3800.
The governor said he is convinced the uniforms you need. Linda Lane .
there is "an has double loading doors almost It's just about the only thing on a
lack of appallingand know- four feet wide and four feet highon VW that doesn't come with the truck. fashion uniforms from Frances Gee. ,
astonishing each side. Plus a door in the backT The heater's standard equipment.
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ledge' about the civil rights
The load is practically surrounded by So's the loading light.

legislation. doorways.So And the read windows. i.

Lutherans Slate there's no place for a package The inside rear view mirror. 8.99 ,i.I I
to hide. Even though there are 170 4-speed transmission. each i -

cubic feet of load space inside. The two-passenger front seat. .
Lenten ServiceThe You can reach almost everything You'd pay extra for these thingson

fourth Lenten Service at yourself.without setting a foot in the truck some. trucks. Not on a VolkswagenTruck. SIZES 6 to 20 141/2 to 24'/2

First Lutheran Church will be When you're parked on the left You get all these extras and the
tonight at 7:45 with the pastor side of still
a 'one-way street, you truck for $2197.00.
the Rev. Robert Besaski, delivering
unload onto the sidewalk. Through Extraordinary.MILLERBROWN .
the sermon, "A Friend ..: : ;'
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Turned Traitor. i e
The Junior Choir, under the MOTORS I

direction cf Miss Martha Wirth, i
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will present the choral anthem, CENTRAL CHARGE
"'0 Christ, Thou Lamb of God. .
church $.ggeit d Retail Prkt lilt Coast P.O.E.. laic Tares and other Dealer Delivery Ch.r9 .. M my. additional.ra < I LAYAWAY
The nursery will be """
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Public Hearing ScheduledInto I I Was Newest Best\Jd\\: I It's Just a Normal Day in- City Court ,1

Airliner Crash Here By BILL TAYLORSun foot to the other as he explains' It's a tough one. The judge has

Secret Staff Writer Minor Crimes how it was that he was carrying to make a hairline decision.
Kept They come from all walks of tow other students on his

I I Causes of the South Central I But so far they've been muteon plunged to the ground at the life.Some But Variedtruck motorbike. Some other standard cnes be-
l Airlines crash that killed 10: possible causes. Speculation,I north end of municipal airport.I WASHINGTON (APvel\. are funny, some are gins wih a question: "How does
of the All the 2- "You see sir, I was on the the officer know I was exceed-
I here last I : opment nEt sad, some are pathetic and still
persons month will be however, has been that engine Flames engulfed the craft af-
to the dorm and
j 000-mile-an-hour jet plane way there's my ing the speed limit if he didn't
J ? probed by the Civil Aeronautics failure may have caused the fatal ter it crashed killing all I was others are somewhere in be- drivers, college professors roommate standing there hitch- "
so secret that only a few 11)m- me? That one's usually
I Board in public hearing slated accident. aboard and destroying much of I bers of knew abotiit. tween. and people who can't or hiking. I just couldn't wave to I a loser.
I for March 24 in the courthouse. Some witnesses say the soundof the wreckage. They all meet in the Gaines- don't work. I him."

Board investigators have been the plane's engines indicatedto This indicates the planes ville City Court every Tuesday They all have something in The judge let him off light. The pathetic ones? They
working on the crash since it them that Central Inte- afternoon and they are chargedwith come In degrees. There
there was engine developed with common though. They don't like Two dollars or one day, with a varying
happened Feb. 3. trouble CAP Begins funds rather th various crimes. being there. was the student
just before the plane gence Agency % warning not to let it happen young college
't the Defense Department' There are housewives, college They are charged with traffic again.A ,with everything going for him
i While a number of congressio I students, doctors, mechanics, offenses and relatively min until the day he walked out of a

I Service News AerospaceTraining 'I al committees are privy to thr I i or crimes. years young old, finds man himself, perhaps in a lot 20 store with a little box of cheese

few senators and representatives, The young housewife, her hus- of trouble. He's been .without paying for it. Why? Not
are on the committee oversee Snow Storm band huddling nearby, takes chargedwith because he was hungry, but because -
driving a car while his license
J J Captain Robert B. Black has ing aboard the guided missile ing the CIA. about 10 minutes to explain just was revoked. The state- I "I don't know why I
been presented the United cruiser USS Albany, operatingout how it is that she came to be :did it."
It that the House in law calls for a mandatory jail
J States Air Force Outstanding of Norfolk, Va. A new phase of aerospace age means I toves Into charged with speeding. Most of sentence and the is The boy is from a fine fami-
recent debate defense spend- young man
t Unit Award. training that ranges from aircraft on what she said enlightened
I I'i' Albany is currently assignedto ing, did not have full information sentenced to 10 days in jail.A ly in the southern part of the
Capt. Black, now a student the Sixth Fleet in the Medi- power plants to navigationto Judge Wade Hampton about the Negro state, and it's a strange case.
overruled [
at hand when it idwestBy woman approachesthe
'i'j at the Air Command and Staff: terranean area. guided missiles is being daily routine of a young house- bench, followed The judge understands and tells
of Defense Robert S. by a city
College, received the award as I He recently visited several launched by the Civil Air Patrol McNamara Secretary and approved an VlE wife. It wasn't, at first too en- carrying a large tin con policeman the boy he wants to talk to him
J. here. ASSOCIATED PRESSA lightening about whether not
a permanent decoration for his Mediterranean ports including extra $40 million for researchon or tainer. Another policeman car- after court.
part in helping the 32nd Air Division Barcelona, Spain; Naples, Italy; The Gainesville cadet squadron an improved manned inter st-moving snow storm she was speeding. He had the ries a fruit jar with what appears There are others. The Negro
J and Palma de Mallorca is the from the southern Rockies :testimony of a police officer
achieve meritorious rating Spain. conducting comprehensive
ceptor plane.Existence to be water in it. It's not man charged with standing in
I during the Cuban Crisis. introduction to the aero- swept cross Midwest areas today who gave her a ticket and her water though. It's moonshine.It the middle of the street theaten-

I The captain, son of Mr. and space age. of the plane was thunderstorms and rain II testimony. Finally i he finds was found in the woman's ing people with an ax. The police -
Mrs. Fred H. Barkes of Winter Army PFC Enoch A. Lundy, The course will last about 11 announced by President John hit secbns from Texas east- her guilty. house and she had been charged officer who arrested the
; Park, has a BSBA degree from 25, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexan- weeks, according to Warrant Officer son at his news conference Sat- ward t\he Atlantic Coast. The lanky young college stu- with possession of moonshine.To man said he lived in a car and
the University of Florida and an der Lundy, Alachua, and near- Bill Ferkesner. Sessionswill urday. He said the planes, The s sfcm that left nearly a dent shifts his weight from one compound the situation, she had all his possessions in the

MBA degree from the University ly 3,000 other soldiers of the be during the regular meet which can operate at higher foot of low in parts of the had been charged with the same car. The man testified that

of Michigan.He 25th Infantry Division's 2d Brigade ing times, 7 to 9:30 p.m. Thurs i than 70,000 feet, were being Southwes pread across areas Rogero Trial offense b e f o re. She pleaded someone had been stealingsome
was commissioned upon Task Force in Hawaii par- day in Buchholz Junior High i tested "to determine their Capabilities in Nebras the Dakotas, Min guilty. Her sentence was 30 days of his things and that he
completion of the Air Force Re- ticipated in Exercise Release as long-range inter- nesota, lowland Wisconsin and Is Rescheduled
I School. I. and $250 or 30 additional days. was just trying to put a stop to
serve Officer Training Corps a month long exercise Tomorrow night, there'll be ceptors." headed into ntral and eastern Then there are the standard it. He ended up with a jail sen
program at the UF. held through February on Okina- an information program aimedat Johnson noted that several sections of jpper Michigan. TAMPA (AP) Trial of Al arguments. The j judge hears tence.

His wife, Carolyn, is the wa.Task attracting new members.The :key Congress members had Warings of eavy snow were I Rogero, a former Florida Road them every week. The most often The court goes on for hours,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. GeorgeF. Force personnel carried CAP is a civilian arm of been informed about the plane's issued by thereafter Bureaufor Board member, on charges of heard is the one that be- sometimes into the night. The
Bicknell of 1432 NE 16th only essential light combat the Air Force. development. central aref.Thunderstorm. income tax evasion has been re- gins "the light was yellow whenI judge hears many stories and
Place. I equipment. Heavy equipment I. One member of the House, hit areas in scheduled for July 6 in U. S. Dis- entered the intersection and makes many decisions.It's .
;was issued from ships of the TV Series I who knew about the All for east Texas and\)klahoma- and trict Court. if I had stopped I would have been a normal day in city
Pvt. John H. Wilderson, whose !Military Sea Transport Service, many months, described its development -spread eastwaro across partsof Judge Joseph P. Lieb, who blocked the intersection." court.
wife, Mary, and parents, Mr. a forward floating depot, after as the best kept Arkansas, Tefcessee, Ken-. last week granted Rogero's request
and Mrs. William E. Sheffield, the men deplaned on Okinawa. ProbesBehavior American secret since development tucky, Alabama fy Mississippi. for postponement of an
live in Micanopy, recently com This new logistical approach, of the atomic bomb in I II Hail was repo&d in some April 6 trial date, set the new
pleted eight weeks of advanced being tried for the first time in I I World War II I parts of the storm W. date Tuesday. WHAT WILL YOUR

training as a tank crewman under the Pacific Command, was expected In the House Armed Services Freezing rain pW some Rogero, a Clearwater insur-
the Reserve Forces Act program to speed the movement of Committee, for example, onlya parts of the upper 'ssissippi ance and real estate executive,

at the Army Armor Center :troops to trouble spots and to reduce few members are believed to Valley and the Great kes re is charged with failing to pay !.
Fort Knox, Ky. I airlift requirements during Problems which every individual 'have known about the plane's gion. \ $167,000 in taxes during 1956-58 PROPERTY TAXESBE
During the training, Wilderson !an operations''initial stages. encounters in average life 'I.secret development. Colder air moved int he up- while he was a member of the ,

received instructions in driving I Lundy, a driver in Company experiences are dramatized and An informed source said that per Great Lakes regk but road board.
a tank and the loading !B, 2d Battalion of the division's27th discussed in a new psychological -I these few were informed because temperatures generally i e in

and firing. of its 105 millimetergun. Infantry at Schofield Bar- series which premieres on I they have a special assignment the 20s and higher. It watcold Record Toll FOR 19641!

racks, H a wail, entered the Army WUFT, Channel 5 tonight at I that allows them to receive -and clear in most of the Vpw
CHICAGO (AP) A total of
in August 1961 and arrivedat nine o'clock."About covered areas in the .
such information.
Marine Lance Cor p o r a 1 the Barracks in September People" is a series of Denver reported a reading 3,250 persons died in traffic ac-
ten which seeks to six above. cidents in the United States I to II depends upon
Russell L. Pisano, Jr., son of programs Boys' Choir
Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Pisano, 1962.He is a 1956 graduate of Ala- promote in the viewer a deeper Mild weather prevailed last month an all-time rec- whether
Sr. of 1810 NW Sixth St., is serv- chua High School and attended. understanding of himself, his I much of the East and So ord for January, the National or not you .
ing with the Second Marine Aircraft Bethune Cookman College in. famiy, and his neighbors; to Due on TV with temperatures far abov Safety Council has reported.The .

t Wing's Aircraft. Group 24 Daytona Beach. Before entering! dispel harmful prejudices I seasonal marks in many area: previous January high
based at the Marine Corps AirII I,the Army he was employed by I against the emotionally disturbed !I The Gainesville Boys' Club Record high readings for Marc 1 as 3,159 set in 1937, the coun- FILE FOR
and to explain practices in .Choir, under the direction of 3rd reported Thursday ir 1 reported.
I Station, Cherry Point, N.C. Florida Flyers, Inc., in Gaines- ; were
The wing provides air sup- ville. His wife, Louie, is with the treatment and cure of men- Roy Wolfe, will appear on the Daytona Beach, Fla., with 88,
port for the infantrymen of the him in Hawaii. tal illness. I Ranger Hal Show in Jackson- and Buffalo, N.Y., with 55. T'S PLANTING TIME
Atlantic Fleet Marine Force Each program opens with a ville Saturday.The and HOMESTEADEXEMPTION
I based at nearby Camp Lejeune, short dramatic scene that illustrates program will be taped "Furniture That's A Joy
N. C. Jimmie Ray Sanchez of Branford a particular conflict suchas ,Thursday afternoon. The choir'I To Live With" \SAVINGTIME

I has been4 promoted to air- : adolescence, aging, being in :will leave Gainesville by bus
Army Capt. Earl R. Brooks' man second class in the United' love, marriage problems, emo-I Thursday at noon. WALKERFURNITURE \
t son of Mrs. Karlene W. Brooksof States Ah Force. tional illness, and others. Then, It will be the second annu-

818 NW Seventh Pl., was recently Airman Sanchez, son of Mr. Dr. Maria Piers, noted clinicianin I al appearance of the Boys' STORE AT
assigned to the Army element and Mrs. Norman G. Sanchez of psychotherapy, talks about I.Club choir on the show. Ranger IS NW W. FlDaDc.arty AT..What FK-Y* len VOMSM Hundreds of old and new home-owners have not

of the Military Assistance Branford, is assigned to the the problem in a warm, informal .Hal will sing with the choir. illcrestNysery fifed their J 1964 Homestead exemption opplica-

+ Advisory Group (MAAG) in Viet 3750th Civil Engineering Squadron and direct manner. tions. These applications must be filed with the
I Nam. at Sheppard AFB, Tex., as a "About People," produced for DON'T LET FINANCIAL PROBLEMS County Assessor
MAAG, Viet Nam, is an Army- heating specialist.The National Educational Television, by April
t Navy-Marine-Air Force organization airman, a graduate of was underwritten by the Grant KEEP YOU ALL Given below is a table which shows the value of

I which advises the armed Branford High School, attended Foundation. Homestead Exemption:
( forces of the Republic of Viet Midwestern University. TIED UP
Nam on training, the use of Just a Hoax LOVING If the Assessed Value And it it Not BUT-If you claim,
WHEN YOU CAN MAKEA Of Your Home ii Homestead Exempt, your Homestead
I equipment and tactical opera- James M. Ljhn son of Mr. BLAMING( Your Tax It Exemption By April,
I tions. and Mrs. Robert Lynn of 1226 I VANCOUVER, B.C. (AP) LOAN OF DOfOOd Your Tax ia

Captain Brooks entered the 17th Ave., completed basic I Police held back spectators $5,000 $198.00
I' Army in August 1956. training Feb. 20 at the N a v al I while the bomb expert cautiously 35 to 600 Hurry Be 4e They'reAll 5.100 201.96 3.96
The captain Is a 1951 graduateof Training Center, San Diego, defused the dangerous look- Gpe- 5.200 205.92 7.92
Lincoln High School and a Calif. ing mechanism found behind 12 Inches \ 10 Fr. 5.400 5,300 209.88 213.84 11.88
1955 graduate of Florida A & M The nine week training includes the motel davenport. AND IT'S CONFIDENTIAL 5.500 217.80 19.80

University, Tallahassee. naval orientation, histo- Nitroglycerine equivalent to 695OWAX 5.600 221.76 23.76

ry and organization, seaman 40 sticks of dynamite, said the Marion Finance Co.Home I .' 5.700 5.800 229.68 225.72 31.68 27.72
Colonel Edmund D. Lynchof
j. ship, ordnance and gunnery, officer. 5,900 233.64 35.64
: Yankeetown has been decorated military drill, first aid and sur Then the city analyst identi- LEf 6,000 237.60 39.60
t! with the United States Air vival. fied the fluied as mineral oil. Town Folks Serving Home Town Folks 6,100 241.56 43.56
Force Commendation Medal at During the training recruits Who put it there and why 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-5333 I Ligustrfm 6.200 6,300 249.48 245.52 47.52 51.48
Travis AFB, Calif. receive tests and interviews wasn't determined. i 6,400 253.44 55.44
Colonel Lynch was awarded which determine their future Overstocked pr 6.500 257.40 59.40
i the medal for his meritorious assignments in the Navy. 6.600 261.36 3.36

I I service as director of maintenance it.::.:;;r' Only 29 I 6.800 6.700 269.28 265.32 71.28 67.32

engineering at Dayton Air Claude W. Gay, seamon apprentice .. 6.900 273.24 75.24
Force Depot Ohio. USN, son of Mr. and IN GAL. CANS \ 7,000 277.20 79.20
The colonel is to the : < 7,100 281.16 83.16
assigned -
Mrs. B. 0. Gay of LaCrosse, is t.h 7,200 285.12
1501st Air Transport Wing at participating in "0 per ation :4n FLOWERINGABELIA 7,300 289.08 91.08 87.12
I I Travis as deputy commander Springboard" aboard the heavy I 7.400 293.04 95.04
j of material.He cruiser USS Newport News in n 7.500 297.00 99.00
was commissioned in 1936 the Caribbean.The A y N% L N Price Cut Again II 7.600 7.700 300.96 304.92 106.92 102.96

{1 upon completion of the Reserve exercise, conducted an- < 7.800 308.88 110.88
Officer Training Corps 39Big 7.900 312.84 114.84
program nually by units of the Atlantic In Gal. Cans
; at Purdue University, where he Fleet, takes advantage of the .u 8.000 8.100 316.80 118.80
received his BS degree in me- favorable weather of the Carib-- 8.200 320.76 324.72 122.76 126.72

I 'I chanical engineering. During bean area to conduct amphibious : ... Bushy Burfordi 8.300 328.68 130.68

I World War II, the colonel servedin landings and flight training ...., 3.,. 8.400 332.64 134.64
; HOLLYCan 8,500 336.60
and France. < r. 138.60E,600
operations. a f ?
I Colonel Lynch is the son of ). ;,*' ,.... ....'. 8.700 344.52 340.56 142.56 146.52
Mrs. Ellison G. Lynch of Yan- t" "' : 2.49 8.800 348.48 150.48
I Slate
I ) keetown. His wife, Jane Howe, Baptists :: Size 8.900 352.44 154.44
is the daughter of Professor and Talk 9,000 356.40 158.40
TonightB 9.100 360.36 162.36
I Mrs. G. E. Lommel of West Lafayette ::': S. t._ SELLING OUTSEVERIANNA 9.200 364.32 166.32

I Ind. y MissionaryMiss '-i..:. 9.400 9,300 372.24 368.28 170.28 174.24

9.500 376.20 178.20
I Army PFC ElIsha Bradshaw Troy Cunningham, a : ... < 9.600 380.16 182.16
11 Jr., whose wife, Viola, lives in home missionary for the Southern '. : ... "They > 35AZALEAS 9,700 384.12 186.12
__ In Gal. Cans
l Citra, and other members of the Baptist Convention will 9.800 388.08 190.08
make it so easy r 9.900 392.04 194.04
242d Quartermaster Battalion speak tonight at the Parkview ; 10.000 396.00 198.00

participated in Exercise Frosty Bantist Church at 7:45. for me.That's ., .:' < .
.. For
II Lion in Germany recently. Miss Cunningham stationed .y.' f :h additional $100.00 assessed value, tax

During the maneuver, the 242d in Tampa will talk on her why... y .:# ,. :, : ,::: : In Gallon Cans incre* is $3.96.Ta .
I Quartermaster Battalion provided work with < ..\ :' 7 : > based 1963
Spanish speaking people '.. on tax rates.
support for the combat infantry in the Tampa area. She'll'aIso i-t". };* _.v ...... BK; ., la x; i 35 and 50* In 0 lion to the above serving in your county,
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under and simulated armor units battle operating con-- work.show slides to illustrateher I'mFor going Greyhound to the World's Fair!" tax Homestead Exemption is worth about

I ditions. I 1.99 >50.00 on your city taxes.
I The meeting, sponsored by Each
I Bradshaw is assigned as a the church's Women's Missionary easy going, there's no substitute for Greyhound. Downtown to

warehouse specialist in the bat Union, will be in the Park- downtown service more frequent schedules,more thru-expresses.Easy Giant 3'-5' Bushes
talion's Company B near Augs- Loaded With Buds \\FILE I
i view sanctuary and is open to
York and the World's Fair.Low
burg Germany. the-congregation and the public.It on your budget, too. Go Greyhound to .:
( The 25-year-old soldier entered is being held in conjunctionwith FREE PEATReg. -
i the Army in October 1958 and WMU's Week of Prayer SOc Bushel Bog YOU OMESTEAD EXEMPTION
last stationed at Fort Bel- I I :noose the World's Fair Tour .
program. fares to that suits you best. With $5 or More
I' voir, Va. almost anywhere! T. Include PurchaseHillcrest
I 'D.y Package *ir- roundtrip GO GREYHOUND
His parents live in Ocala. THE SUN MOVES For I to New York. hotel' accomoda-
Example: admission to Fair sightseeing
1 ; Bradshaw is a 1957 graduate NEW YORK $31.05 I New York and at the Fair. U7.ll. BEFOftE APRIL 1st 1

: elf Fessenden High School in a-LI -I NEW MIAMI ORLEANS 15.60 8.80 I I Orou Escorted. Sightsee T.ur-Travel Colonial with a Virginia.friendly and leave the driving to us I I ,
f i. Martin, Fla. : .. Washington. New York City. Includestransportation
hotels' admission and

1 i I ...'. C. 23.70 I I Jacksonville.ughtseetng at 11 the Days.Fair.$267 Escorted." from 516 S.W.GREYHOUND 4th Ave. TERMINAL FR 6-5252 I i Nursery I J. Pnrce Smith :

I David J. Butler, fire man,I'I'f ;
''f \ USN, son of Mrs. Maude E. Butler MERCHANDISE I I Remember..only Greyhound takes you to and thru theWorld's Fair! i I Hawthorne Rd. Ii I ,Alachua Sunty Tax Assessor

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"f 8 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, March 4,_19S4 four ch. I|,I The 10 leading states and the,to .college students mainly in Pure DrinkingCENTRAL
List P, :. Yonge has produced number of their high school I the fields of social sciences
rl\ Students Top Fellowship I and humanities
Miami two llows. j jFoundation's graduates who later won Woodrow CITY, Ky. AP-)
'! Visitors to the Tennessee Valley
Wilson ,
-- Fellowships are. Gainesville High's Wilson i I
\ since 1958 shows a total five Wilson Fellows among its purpose is i New i York, 1216; California, 505;':.Fellows since 1958 are Jack S.1'Authority's steam generating
I Miami Senior High School is High and Coral Gables High ships ,1 I Ii ]to courage talented students Illinois, 420; Pennsylvania';'Blocker, Thomas W. Herbert,'!plant at Paradise never have to
the state's leading producer of follow with eight and six Wil-;of 136 came from Florida 17th graduates. ,\to oose teaching as a career. 398; New Jersey, 284: Massachusetts )'1'Philip G. Hill and Judith Spur- worry about pure drinking wa
Woodrow Wilson Fellows with Ii son Fellows respectively.A i(ranking the Sunshine. State They are followed by Gainesville EaI year about 1,000 Fellows 284: Ohio, 267; Tex- ter.The
Woodrow in the nation.Jacksonville's High, South Broward Highin ar/chosen from more than 10- as, 253: Michigan, 220; and.lock.The fountain is supplied with
14 of its having the
won report by seniors in the United
Robert E. Lee Hollywood, Andrew Jackson I college Missouri, 207. two P.K. Yonge Fellows distilled water from the system
) the coveted awards since 1958. Wilson Fellowship Foundationon Lakeland Senior High i High in Jacksonville and Hills-. Sites/ and Canada on a high- I I I are Mrs. Jensene G. Payne used to supply mineral free
1 schools Two other Miami Miami Beach Senior area I I I students secondary elected school to its origins Fellow-of I.High and Miami Edison each claim borough High in Tampa with I It 1j r-''"netitive. -basis., __Woodrowv1Ison___h .n awards go-and--Mrs.- William W Wolfe. water for the plant's boilers.---'- ,--
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':-C lendar women 0 I f I n BOD THE f Y YRuth .MARCH h. 1

,1I i Qf Events"TODAY Weimer Women's EditorWoman's .

: I,. March 4

Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30 :

p.m., Holiday Inn. Club Hears .
i Gainesville Fine Arts Associ-
ation, 8 p.m., Recreation Cen;

ter.Medical Dames, Mad Hatter: On Russia Elects

Party, 8 p.m., Mrs. Myron I ;
Wheat, 620 NW 32nd Street.

USversity City Bridge Club, By JEWELL AHRANO charge of the -1 I I F t
program arrangements
7:45 Weed Hall, 107 NW
p.m. for the afternoon. Earl H. ;
15th Terrace. Harold R. Gertner, Gaines, I Mrs. '
Democratic Women's Club, 8 ville businessman and presidentof Officers Elected
.i ian, Mrs.
II p.m., Guaranty Federal Savings a local meat-packing firm
and Loan Community Room. was guest speaker for the gen- During the business session I 3
Chapter I, P.E.O., 10 a.m. eral meeting of the Gainesville the following slate of officersfor R. Lee ; '.
Mrs.:S. G. Sadler, 3904 NW 13th Woman's Club Monday afternoon 1964-65 vote was elected by unanimous EVERY ITEM BELOW COST! I
Street at the clubhouse. : ling;
President, Mrs. Merton T.
University Women's Club Speaking in place of SenatorL.
NeMjomers: Eight O'clock K. Edwards Jr. who was un- Hartman Jr.; first vice president -Samuel
Grojjp, 8 p.m., Clubhouse, New- able to attend Mr. Gertner told Mrs. W. T. Arnett; second
berry Road, Roger Hill, guest of experiences and observationson vice president Mrs E. Sinclair stein;
..t speaker. a trip to England, Russia, Eaton; third vice president, Sanford .
Mrs. Robert C. West
/ and Russian satellite countries ; fourth chairman
THURSDAY, MARCH 5 vice president Mrs. Arthur
J during the spring of 1963. He is

t University Mothers' Club, 10 I a member of the Gainesville retary Lee Campbell, Mrs. John; recording W. see-I the BLOUSES f
a.m. Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz and 'Chamber of Commerce a past I rida
Mrs. S. H. Millikan, President's president of the Rotary Club Clubs
Residence, 2151 West University and a member of the State 1 I April 13
I Avenue. Council of 100 appointed by Gov- Brides' ville T-SHIRTS

Chapter CQ, P.E.O., 8 p.m., ernor Farris Bryant. Mrs. J. : ,
Mrs.R.: R. Wiegman, 2136 NW The speaker traveled with a I man :!
9th "\venue. group of 15 representatives of Mrs. SLACKS-SHORTS
Gainesville Chapter 44, meat-packing firms from the BookTODAY Outen.
O.E.S., 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. southeast as participants in a I
Gainesville Junior Worn a n's cultural exchange program. The Mrs.
Club, Election Meeting, 9:15 a.m purpose of their trip was "to March 4 SUITS E
Clubhouse. exchange information discuss Luncheon honoring Miss Ka- Wilson 0
Gainesville Little Theater, ideas and tell the story of the ren Owens bride elect of Robert Beville,
"Ten Little Indians" 8:30: p.m., American way of life.. R. Rowe 1 p.m., Mrs. J. F. Serving SKIRTSBy
4039 NW 16th Avenue. Mr uertner told or an especially Hope and Mrs. Norwood Hope were Mrs. ;
VFW Ladies Auxiliary, 8 p.m.,, warm welcome in one Polish Gainesville Golf and Country Sinclair
Waldo Road. village where the schools Club.
I Post Home,
American Association of University were closed to honor the party Coffee honoring Miss Anne was ;
Women, Morning Inter-. of Americans. Invited to sing, Purvis bride.elect of Billie Nu and ,
est Group 9:15 a.m., Mrs. S. the group sang "America" for gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville to ; __
I Doyle Webb, 3806 SW 5th Place. the villagers with a fervor and Mrs. W. B. Stotesbury, 1021 carry
o University Women's Club enthusiasm that made up for NE Third.
Evening Bridge Guest Night, their lack of training.- Most of by Mrs.
I University Women's Club. the Russian young people whom THURSDAY, March 5 Mrs. A.
t they met spoke English with Coffee complimenting Miss
I FRIDAY, March C some degree of proficiency.Mr. Karen Owens fiancee of Robert 0LL
Gertner assisted by R. Rowe 10:30 a.m. until
rtf was noon,
Club 9
Gainesville Bridge ,
John Andes in showing film of Mrs. Ralph Cellon Mrs. Tom
\ a.m., Holiday Inn. included the Martin and Mrs. Set
his travels which Ralph CellonJr.
I'I Gainesville Little Theater,
May Day parade In Red Square ., hostesses at the Ralph Cel-
"Ten:tittle Indians 8:30: p.m. *
lon home at i
where there seemed to be fewer Hague.
4039 NW 16th Avenue.
than Chapter 44
Gainesville Orchid Society 8 spectators SATURDAY, March 7 sale will
"In-Tourist" guide, who
p.m., Guaranty Federal Savings Luncheon complimenting I ginning at
woman a
and Loan Association Community was a young Miss Lucienne Pirenian, fianceeof
t member of the Communist
Room. Miss Mary Noble of Robert William Decker, 12:30 of First t
them tour
on a
Jacksonville, guest speaker. party I p.m., Mrs. Robert S. Mullen,
of the Exposition of Economic
Holiday Inn.Junior. nue.The
SATURDAY, March 7 !Advancement in Moscow on
"A-Showing of Orchids" Exhibit -May Day, where they saw a day from
: EjCGainesville Orchid So- model of a modern up-to-date when the
cietY1 to 8 pjn., Guaranty Federal packing plant however, no- Meet receive
Savings and Loan Associa- where on the tour did they see ThursdayDr. and T

I tion Building. Open to the pub- operation.an actual plant of this type in George Karelas will pre- care to OFFICE'r e ;

sent a program entitled "Grass
lic.Spring Hat and Bake Sale, 10 I Films of the East and West Roots Geriatrics" when the I
I a a.m. to 4 p.m., Women's Socie- :sides of the Berlin wall were Gainesville Junior Woman'sClub
, I ty of Christian Service, Fellowship also shown. meets Thursday at the New '
\ room, Trinity Methodist Mrs. Gertner, chairman of Clubhouse at 9:30
I Church 3536 NW Eighth Place. the Division of Travel, was inIi Election of officers will be 'I

, I -- held during the business meet-I _
ing preceding the Old Oil

,, Mary Noble To Speak Teen Time Old Silverware Antinque Fine China Bric

For Orchid Society BenefitHeld I I FAIR Silver Also old or

''II't'J Miss Mary Noble of Jackson- ing of orchids" by the society. Annual Teen Time Heart
'I ville, orchid authority and au- This show, which is open to the Dance was held Friday night at i
! thor of several garden books, public, is planned from 1 to 8 the Recreation Center. Dona(
I will"be guest speaker for the p.m. at as Association Building.Mrs. tions benefited the Heart Fund., 0
t t Gainesville Orchid Society Fri- Brock Hamacher is Records were won by Randy Such Famous Names
day.. chairman for the showing. McDavid David Wilson Jody f As: Bobbie Brooks
Gordon W. Dillon of Cambridge Simm, Kathy Leidneer ,
t The'meeting:. Community, set Room for 8 p.m.of ,the inthe" Mass., executive secretary Richard Hinson. and I Aileen, Thermo-Jac, Queen Casuals.
I I of the American Orchid Society
I Guaranty Federal Savings and
was guest speaker for the
Loan Association Building, is Gainesville society at a recent
I open to area orchid enthusiasts. meeting in the home of Dr. and HURRY .

M Noble will give an informal Mrs. Thomas J. Sheehan.
I Jim Hope's Big Stock Nylon Satin Tricot
talk on the World Orchid During his informal talk Mr. SPECIAL! !
I Con/Erence in Singapore, which Dillon discussed the national or-!
she attended last fall. ganization and aims of the society DISCOUNT
Plans will be completed for which owas organized in = FULL SLIPS MAIDEN FORM
I the-Saturday exhibit "A Show- 1942. I NOW GOING


Ii Bridge Club Notes I 20to5O I /i 'E' SIZES FIRST 32-40 QUALITY BRAS Variette Emphasis and Styles ii:

r By RALPH H. BLODGETT 117 match points. Mrs. Robert Below Regular ABC CUPS 6
Fuerst and Mrs. Charles Engel
I The fractional master point were the closest possible third S SAVE $$170 On t { FROM & $2.50
I garnet of the University City with 117 and Miss Carol Rup- Reg. $738 $199 ; StYles.
Bridge Club attracted 24 play- pert and Mrs. Virginia Windsorwere RES90C.KZ
fourth with l11k. On Model $ $
ers to the University Faculty SAVE $53 HOTPOINT 1 3.

Club Monday evening. The av- All interested bridge playersare Reg. $ .

erage score was 60 for all pairs. invited to attend these meet- ,. ** On Model REG. $3.99 FOR

Mrs. Genevieve Stern and ings and compete for master AVE $75 HOTPOINT
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points. Reg. $325
Mrs.-M.: Herget won first placeIn __
the North. South direction By JOHN E CRAPS ALL MAJOR

with a score of 65 match points.Dr. Mrs. W. E. Baringer and Ian TO "DEALERS COST" CASHMERE SWEATERS

R. I. Johnson and R. W. Gilson took top honors in the GE and
Jones were second with 64.,North-South field at the fractional GE and
Schoenau and Cliff point game of the Gainesville
Landers Mrs. led the East West Bridge Club, which was held at SAVE GE Percolators Table LONG SLEEVE FULL $ 99 '

points, followed by Mrs. Robert the Recreation Center on Mon- SUNBEAM 7
Fuerst and Mrs. Tom Hagler day evening. With seven and one Ladies : CLASSIC CARDIGANS
half tables in the
with 67.., play average GE Electric I Pastels, _
score was 63 for North-South 3 00//0 SUNBEAM Reg. $14.98 While 13 Last
At Weed Hall on Wednesday pairs 72 for those playing East-
t evening 36 bridge players tried West. GE Electric j jJIM
score of 108.
F to beat an average Other North-South winners in-
Anderson and Maurice
J. R.
t cluded Mrs. R. J. Williams andR.
1302 match USE CENTRAL
Yeates piled up
I H. Harms with 65, Mrs. Jules
1 points to lead the North South Wetekamm and E. C. Kirkland S aye 40% BEND I
pairs. E. E. Phillips and Phil DEEP
with and Van
6-1. May and L.
Goldhagen were second with _
H. Bobbins also with 64.
119'%,_Mrs. Leon Garrard and
the writer were third with 119 Mrs Jessie T. Fisher and J.
and Mrs. C. W. Anderson and B. Carmichael led the East-West
John Soberstrum were fourth field with 97, followed by Dr. I
with114.. and Mrs. J. R. Anderson with
79, and Mrs. F. S. Hubbard and I ELECTRICAL I E
ders and R. Gilson
Cliff L a n Mrs. W. H. Miller with 70. Er i
tied with Mrs. R. W. Jones and 212 S.E. 1st r: 2 EAST UNIVERSITY AVE. PHONE FR 2-4421
> Mrs. O. Thurlimann for first The club will meet again at i
! tnd second places in the East- 7:30 this evening at the HolidayInn. NEAR GAINESVILLE POST
West direction with a score of Visiting pairs are invited. I d ift' IT' %

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"H Gainesville Sun Wednesday, March 4, 1964 ,

I It's No 'Shoo-In' in N.H. I : l j: 'r.>.

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CONCORD N.H. (AP-The 'by what happens in the next 10 -

nation's .first presidential primary I days," says William W. Treat, 1->--,
which bore advance earmarks Barr ..Started StrongBut I a national GOP committeeman. .
of a walk-away for Sen. ? '"Our people have been slow to ; ,. ._ _
:Barry Gpldwater, has developedinto 'I make up their minds, but they ,
a tight, down to the wire Rocky Caught Upvoters will now."

j-ace between Goldwater and
New York Gov. Nelson A. Rock- 1, Domestic Robin i\ N
efeller. in rural towns. The town bassador Henry Cabot Lodge,
vote generally calls the turn!and former Vice President \ si
This is a consensus opinion of ALBANY N.Y .(AP"Charlie -
in New Richard M. Nixon neither of
Hampshire presidential I .; .
prominent New Republicans "
Hampshire the first robin in
primaries. This is because primary -'whom has announced his can- spring
: in these last days before day coincides with town II didacy. suburban Colonie, likes televi- .
primary day on :March 10. ,sion, roast beef and the indoor '
It comes at a time when meeting day, when country folk The votes for these candidates I \ Z Rei
I turn out in !arge numbers to approve make it doubtful that anybody life.Mr.
Goldwater their and Rockefeller are I town budgets, settle hot'will win a majority of the votes and Mrs. Thomas Oli-
laanching votes. drives for local races, and incidentally to I cast by an anticipated 100,000))i iI veri found the baby bird half- 'l"

'vote in the primary. I Republicans, give or take a few dead in their back yard last ....i..
.Rockefeller started .
off with :
Despite these factors, many thousand. Auejst and have raised it in --,.. .
a marvelous tactical advan i "
tage" one GOP leader said. politicians believe Goldwater i'' "Anything above 40 per cent'!their seven-room home. So far, w __ y,. .
has lost support as he has I of the vote will be a victory," he is perfectly content to remain -
"As the
underdog, he had
nowhere voiced his conservative views:says Sen. Cotton.Rockefeller inside. t
to go but up. Now his ',
and as they have come under said something
'campaign is peaking at a"time attack from Rockefeller. I I similar last week. He indicated .
when it counts the most.
Whether the Rockefeller"peak" The big question now is i a simple plurality "one vote SPRAY
whether Rockefeller's pickedup more than anyone else" will suit weed control builds extra
will carry him to victory I I Now! Proof that very early corn yield I
10 days hence is something Goldwater's alleged lost him fine. .'.
strength or whether it has SHRUBBERY
goneto For the New York
that few governor
are ready to I
predict. other candidates in the pri-I the New Hampshire primary is Effective control of early weeds in corn T/i inuiLs /m;;n.The spray won't hurt the .

Most tit give Goldwater an I I mary. a first, possibly crucial, test of NOW !!! offers you a real opportunity to make young corn. But>our weed problem will
edge, but only for "Goldwater has made a lot of I his divorce and remarriage. I extra profits. By eliminating weed com- be eliminated quickly...because Atrazine .1
three a margin foolish statements about Social I Rockefeller has scored heavily WITH petition during the first three weeks of works through both the foliage and roots
: Security, Cuba and the United I Goldwater ; corn growth, you can add as many as 29 of newly emerged weeds.It's .
on by making
1. His strong early lead, which Nations" former Gov. an extra bushels to your yield at harvest easy to give your corn the advan-
his supporters estimated in January says issue of the Arizona senator's \ Intensive three-year field studies have tage of weed control with Atrazine.Most t
,Robert 0. Blood, who is runningas lOll
views on Social Security. for the farm can be
to be about 4 to 1 over proved it. spra>ers designed )
Rockefeller. an uncommitted GOP con- Rockefeller says Goldwater The studies also show that there's no used to do the job, or a custom applica- '1
z. HIS ,vention delegate. "I think he wants to make Social Security alternative to early weed control...no tor can do the job for )ou
leaders support from toprankedGOP has lost support, but I'd still be voluntary and thns wreck the EMULSION second chance to produce the compa- Atrazine gives you a one-spray control 'i;
I' including surprised if Rockefeller over- Goldwater his rable results later on in the season. If "program"..an efficient and time-saving .\
Hampshire Sen. Norris Cotton, takes him." says weeds are allowed to compete with corn way to end our weed problem. :
the Goldwater campaign chair Rockefeller and Goldwater, main concern is on curbing inflation -j! CONTROL SCALE for the first three. weeks, bushels are"lost" Added benefits during dry weather .. oJ
man. so that the Social Security TO ...bushels that can't be ,
both of whom have campaigned In a dry year, corn needs every bit of
3. The support he is expectedto vigorously in New Hampshire, payments will mean some- INSECTS & RED SPIDER even though the crop is kept weedfreefor moisture and plant food it can get. An :
retain among conservative thing to old folks.A the rest of the season. early and thorough job of weed control ,!
I being challenged on .
ranking Republican, whose The best early>\eed control with Atrazine eliminates added stress of
INCOME TAX presidential preference side of position in the party requiresthat iIcJ? 4; Atrazine BOW herbicide applied at plant- weed competition in drought periods
Maine Sen. :Mar-
the by
he maintain neutrality ( ing time or shortly thereafter gives corn when moisture is a critical factor.
GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS garet Chase Smith, former Gov. says people have been "shockedand exactly the kind of weed control it needs Decide on Atrazine. Give your corn a -
Harold E. Stassen, and Norman I' disappointed" by Goldwater's for the vigorous early growth that's essential full season of sure, effective weed con-
Lepage, a local perennial. : view on Cubanotablyhis for top yield.A trol-control thaton't let weeds get "
In addition, wnte-'n """- single spray of Atrazine controls most started, from planting to harvest
1328 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924 under for Am-I J, statement that the United annual broadleaf weeds and grasses... Ask your supplier for full details and
paigns are way States should have sent in the during the important early growth pe- for the new color booklet on weed con-
r Marines to turn on the water to I riod and on through the season. trol with Atrazine. Or write to Geigy.

Guantanamo Bay. How to use Atrazine Geigy Agricultural Chemicals,Division of
At stake in the New Chemical Corporation, Saw Mill
Hamp- You can spray Atrazine as you plant... Geigy
t shire primary in addition to the I either broadcast or in a band over the River Road, Ardsley, New York. @ .

popular vote are the 14 convention FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALLACHfMICALCOMUHY row.Or you can plant first and follow up I'

Jim ; delegates the state is en- a'JC3uD with an application. Rainfall normally
titled to send to the national30P carries Atrazine down to the weed root l II fi I
zone. But shallow cultivation or rotary
: convention. '
Richardson Another prize is the tremendous hoeing can assure proper placement of J Jgy
O n14AOQ the Atrazine if moisture is lacking. Oncein :
psychological boost New
the soil Atrazine is absorbed throughthe ro.,,ros ;
Hampshire offers White House roots of germinating weeds.And soon I
ispirants victory in the na- 20 N.W. 16th Ave. after the weeds break ground they die
\ standsfor t ion's first primary. FR 6-2661 Atrazine also controls weeds when applied Atrazine -.-- r ;
time until the weeds about
"This primary will be decided any are
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Gators Host Vols Tonight in Season Finale

r> x By JOE HALBERSTEINSun it was granted. man-to-man or a 2-3 backupzone a sophomore. On the bench
' Sports Editor Gator fans will get to see an or a 1-2-2 zone.
Bill Koss and Lanny Sommese
Florida closes out its 1963- All-Southeastern Conference Same Lineup are juniors, Ed Poore Bruce
64 basketball in clash star in action tonight Vol
season a Moore and Dick Peek all are
with Tennessee at 8:15 tonightat guard Danny Schultz, a tremendous Coach Norman Sloan, sophomoresThere Pao

Florida Gym. shooter, driver, drib- pleased at the way the Gators
y The carries no South- bler and floorman, will be the have done an about-face to will be a preliminarygame
., ; game at 6 tonight. It will
eastern Conference meaning Tennessee leader. topple Georgia Tech and p.m.

3r other than that a win for the He will get ample help from Georgia in- their past two match the Gainesville Tipoff

Gators will enable them to 6-7 A. W. Davis, a fine outside games, will open with the Club and Communication \ \\a
shooter Howard Workers in a City League en
finish at 7-7 in the conferenceand ; 6-5 Bayne, same quintet.It
the strongest rebounder in the counter.
13-9 overall. A win for ;
will have Paul Morton
s 6-7 Sid Elliott
r league; a com
the visiting Vols will give
and Dick Tomlinson, for-
rebounder and
Coach Ray Mears' gang a 9-5 petent high *
wards Mont
postman; and Larry McIntosh ; Highley, ;
SEC log, good enough to tie
Brooks Henderson and
honors running mate at TEAM RECORDS
to Kentucky guard and a sticky defender. Tom Baxley, guards. It will
Tennessee, 15-8 overall, saw Tennessee Florida
be the finale for
L The Vols will show off their career High- 71 VMI 59 71 Fla. St. 55
,s S(% t1A its last slim chance at the firmly disciplined offense with ley, the lone senior on the UF 57 Xavier 69 79 Miami 95 \
t.S crown aglimmering last 56 Rice 61 101 Tampa 75
f .t t pw Schultz as the playmaker. On team. 48 E Tenn. St. 41 12 Tulsa 16
t Saturday when Kentucky wona 55 Sewannee 31 100 Manhattan 75
42-38 slowdown battle at defense, Tennessee will use a Henderson, B a x ley and 70 Maryland 59 74 Air Force 61II
variety of styles, a switching Tomlinson Morton Va. Tech 60 86 Tulane 79
g Knoxville. are juniors, 77 Arkansas 57 65 LSU 17 air
yx Sid 70 Centenary 63 114 Miami 91
Assistant Coach
Killed 57 Vanderbilt 55 63 Auburn 46
r d v, .4 wFt Tonights game was sched- 12 Tulane 55 57 Georgia 59
TENNESSEE, 62 LSU 58 52 Florida St. 50
F t uled originally for Monday, 57 Kentucky 66 16 Alabama 60
J Feb. 3. But crash at STANDOUTS 6S Duke 67 n Kentucky 77IJ
a plane Ga. Tech 63 97 Alabama 71
Gainesville Municipal Airport 67 Georgia 79 58 Auburn 79
\MCW a e 82 Miss. State 58 61 Miss. State 61
R took the life of assistant UT 92 Mississippi 54 91 Mississippi 91
Danny Schultz (L) 64 Vanderiblt 62 71 Vanderbilt 91
cage coach Bill Gibbs (and ,
4S Ga. Tech 47 92 Ga. Tech n Wed., Mar, 4 Page
nine others). Tennessee athletic Sid 64 Alabama 67 69 Georgia W
ElliottOn 61 Auburn 62 (W-l2. L31 -')
director Bob
Woodruff Kentucky 42
asked for a postponement and (W-15, L8)overtime
r -- game

f r .d. I --All-America

3 i ,f>'.$' Cotton Nash Na I

NEW YORK (AP) Gary the basis of five points for crown. ern Conference title. Hazzard's Bradley shattered virtually all

Bradds of Ohio State, Cotton a first-team vote and two pointsfor I I
and floor
speed generalship,of the Ivy League scoring records
/ Nash of Kentucky, Walt Hazzardof a second-team vote, Bradds Nash, after an off-season as i 1 unbeaten UCLA at
helped put Stall-
)1 Baldwin : UCLA, Bill Bradley of Prince- collected a total of 1,199 points.He junior, reverted to the fine font tithe top of The Associated Press at Princeton, while
ton and Dave Stallworth of named the first I worth paced Wichita's drive for
was team
IIIJff41 on I he showed as a sophomore an I 1' Wichita were named today as by 215 voters. Nash was runner- led Kentucky to the Southeast_ conference. |the Missouri Valley crown.

the 1964 All-America college bas- up with 207. firsts and 1,159 total '

ketball team by The Associated points. Then came Hazzard -

\ One Big UF Senior, Press. with 195 firsts and 1,087. AU are

seniors. Sharks Take
1r UT JuniorMont Despite an abundance of good I Sparkling

players that made picking diffi- Bradley and Stallworth, both

cult in this Olympic year, these juniors, polled 783 and 765, respectively -
Highley (L) is the lone five from the Big Ten, South- and each got 123
TourneyJohn 22-1 Mark Into
.i senior on the Florida cage eastern Conference, Big Six, Ivy firsts. RegionCedar

squad that winds up season League and Missouri Valley eas- Jeff Mullins of Duke, Cazzie

play here tonight. A. W. DavisR ily led in the voting by 371 sports Russell of Michigan, Fred Het-
Baldwin, personable Jacksonville Bishop Kenny basket ( ) has been a standout at writers and broadcasters.Rick zel of Davidson, Mel Counts of Key will carry its carry darkhorse roles in their I the state's highest scorers, 6-1

ball coach, put his finger squarely on one of the most flag forward for the Tennessee Barry, star junior for Oregon State and Ron Bonhamof sparkling 22-1 record and a fa respective tourneys. Cedar Keyis Marty Dryski of Florida Air

rant evils in Florida high school basketball last night. Volunteers, Gator opponents the University of Miami' toppedthe Cincinnati were named as the vorite's role into Class C, Reg a strong choice and Haw Academy. He is averaging 28

tonight. honorable mention list. second team. ion III tourney action at Haw thorne will have to make it the points a and is being
Club deplored
, to the Gainesville Tipoff ,
Baldwin speaking thorne
Friday night. hard overcoming a pairof
1 of "class" champions as used in the Sunshine State. Howard Komives of Bowling sought by many Eastern
the system And three other area quintets favored foes to emerge from
in AA, A, B and C and Green, Paul Silas of Creighton, schools. is from New
[ He noted Florida schools now compete for Big Field Tees Bill Buntin of Michigan, Barry also will gun for cage laurels regional competition.Some Dryski
is talking of creating a Triple-A group
said there now Kramer of NYU and Jim Barnesof and a trip to the state tourney of the state's finest :York City.
the state's larger schools. I here next week.Gainesville .
Texas Western formed the players will be on exhibition in Ron Mikell of Mount Dora,

The Kenny mentor wants Florida to adopt the system Off .third team. High School will the various tourneys involvinglocal a standout 6-4 player, is in the
in states like Indiana and Illinois. Lump in Seniors Bonham and Kramer made
f used so successfully play Orlando Boone in a first- and area teams. Region III-B event. And

the 1963 All-America as juniors, round Class AA, Region II Cocoa will show off flashy Brooksville is tipped to have

( along with Bradds, but failed to game at the GHS gym. Fav- guards Harry Dunn and Bob several standout cagers.At .
I TAMPA (AP-Ledby) the game scoring with 21 nrtints. repeat. The Ohio State star sim- ored Cocoa and West Palm Stinnett. West Palm Beach has

I winners of the last eight tournaments Capt. Pete Rogers paced FlorIda ilarly got off to a poor season, Beach will play the other fray. Dave Campbell and Boone's Hawthorne, there will be

r some 100 golfers 55 or State with 17 pOints. but went on a scoring splurgethat Santa Fe 21-4 to date, meetsa top players are Dick Wellon, Ricky Turner of Cedar Key,

4 n 11 wI older teed off today in the Florida put him back in the running strong Florida Air Academyof Mike Schmidt and football star Dexter Bender, Hawthorne; and

Seniors Golf Association S 'and also sparked the Buckeyesinto Doug Bird, 64. Mario Monti, 6-4 Cuban refugee
Championship. contention for the Big Ten Top Scorer who is the star of the Lake

Favored to win the tourna- Dolphs FallSTATESBORO 4'; t9 Santa Fe will look at one of: land Santa Fe quintet.
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ment at the Palma Ceia Golf
Ga. (AP) -
and Country Club was Dexter Four Teams
Jacksonville University lost the Chisox Star
every team into one huge tourney. ....,..._ National Melbourne in the opening
Association of Intercol-
And he's right. I game of Class B, Region III
This corner, for years now, has not been able to see Around legiate Athletics District 25 bas- InterestedIn at Mount Dora. The other game
there is glory for Class B and C schools to be ketball Tournament championship -
where any will match two of the state's
1 state champions of 40 or 50 other schools. It's a hollow The State to Georgia Southern Tues stronger B fives, Mount Dora Ward Injured

triumph without meaning.Quickest day night, 89-75. Softball and Brooksville.

Georgia Southern's Hawthorne, Too -
t Way to ImproveThe Daniels Sr. of Winter Haven gave the team a berth victory in the Four more teams have shown Along with Cedar Key, sur- SARASOTA, Fla. (AP-Pete) Dave Nicholson in that depart-

NAIA tournament in Kansas interest in entering City League prising Hawthorne will com- Ward, the Chicago White Sox ment.
fastest way to improve basketball in Florida, accord- who has won the last two tour- City March 9-10. softball for 1964, Carroll Lan- pete in Class C, Region III at third baseman who just missed ConcernedSox
is to make all the schools play in one tourney. naments and six out of the last officials were concerned
ing to Baldwin, noux, Recreation Depart- Hawthorne. The Hornets will being American League Rookieof
i For example, Cedar Key. Class C in rank, should have the eight. ment, said today. play Mount Dora Bible School 1963, is in traction in Sara- since Ward sat out the final

\ opportunity to show off against AA, A and B competition. I But if Daniels can't do it, Dr. Morris'Set Last night's meeting drew after Cedar Key opens against sota Memorial Hospital becauseof week of the 1963 season with a

Take it from this writer, the Sharks would beat 75 percent 1 1l John Mercer of Sarasota is on some 30 persons interested in Lakeland Santa Fe. a back injury. back injury. Ward also reported -

1i i of all the A and B opposition they'd play and they'd I hand. Mercer broke Daniels' softball, Lanoux said. Budweiser GHS and Santa Fe will The 24-year-old, who lost out to camp at 222 pounds, far
over his listed weight of 185.
; likely sneak up on some AA clubs, too. I'winning streak: to win the 1960 660 and Gainesville Wings already AREA STANDINGS to teammate pitcher Gary Pe- The listing, however, is incor-

But they never get a chance to show how good they are and '61 championships.Other are City loop entrants.If Cedar Key .................. 22 W L 1 Pc.957. ters in the run for rookie hon- rect since he was playing at 195
under the current Florida system of AA, A, B and C divisions. four more teams enter, it Santa Fe .................. 21 4 .840 rushed to the
low handicap competitors Trenton .. 21 5 .808 ors, was hospital pounds throughout the 1963 sea-
include Moore of St. Tops LoopChuck will boost the loop to six clubs Cross City ::::::::::::::::: 18 9 .667 I Tuesday when something went
A StartFor Roy Lake Butler ................ 17 10 .630
Compromise and it will not be to sqn.Ward
Petersburg, Clyde Haynie of necessary GHS ...................... 14 9 .609 i wrong in his back as he was in obvious pain on
with the Business Lea- Bronson .................... IS 9 .625
merge make
coaches have asked that AA and A be Belleair Beach, Frank Pratherof Morris of Gainesville GHS ". ..................... 14 9 .609 straightened out to a the training table in the club-
years many Shopping Center put together Hawthorne ................. 13 9 .591 throw.
Fort Myers, Dorsey Never- a house before being taken to the
together in one group and B and C in another. Thisplaced gue.Lanoux said it decided Starke ...................... 16 12 .571
when there gall of Pompano Beach, Leon fine 660 series to lead the In- P. K. Yonge ................ 12 10 .545 I hospital on the recommendationof
would be a compromise start toward the day Sikes of Palm Beach Jack Rus- dustrial League at Palm Lanes the City League would allow I Keystone Hts .............: 8 11 .421 Although X rays indicate the Dr. Gazauskas the
North Marion ............... 9 13 .409 injury was not of a serious nature Anthony ,
would be just one classification. sell of Clearwater, Roy Petersof last night. Morris registered 247- one outside player to come in Bell ..................... 6 13 .316 : team physician.
that would from the Chiefland ................... 5 15 .250. Ward was placed in traction -
: Fan interest would skyrocket under a system Lakeland, Gil Baechle of Pal- 233180. His 247 was high single county. Several teams I Williston .................... 5 16 .238 ; in order to stretch the af- Ward will be out of action for
the 17 felt .......................
here with area they could secure neces- Melrose 0 12 .000
allow to be played say metto and Bill Norvell of Or- I I at least several days and
a tourney game. possibly
; dewberry .........,....... ... 0 18 .000 fected muscle.
schools taking part. As P. K. Yonge coach Wilbur Hoskins lando. sary talent to play in the City THIS A'1.E SCHEDULEClass i a week or so. Rookie Don

so aptly phrased it last night, they'd have to play the tourneyat Whitey Siefert had a 607 for 'League with the adoption of 7.30--Cocoa vs. Region West Palm II at Beach GHS I Ward led the White Sox in Buford took over at third base.

Florida Gym. No other place would be big enough to Servicemaster on 207208192. such a rule.Deadline 9GHS vs. Orlando Boone I practically every department in Buford, originally a third
Class B. Region III at Mount Dora
accommodate the thousands who would turn out to witness a Merrill Parker, B & G Motors, for entering City 7:30-Santa Fe vs. Florida Air Academy offense last year. He led in bat- baseman, is being convertedinto

tourney that might have Starke playing Bronson in one game, Harvey Leads had 594. League has been extended to 9-Mount I Dora vs. Brooksville ting with .295, total bases with a second baseman to replace

GUS meeting Cross City in another and Cedar Key battling March 11. A meeting is set next Class C. Region III at Hawthorne 289, runs batted in with 84, dou- Nellie Fox, who was trad-
I Servicemaster registered a 7:30-Cedar Key vs. Lakeland SantaFe
Santa Fe in a third. ST. AUGUSTINE (APMedalist ) 3039 series 95710411041. B & Tuesday, March 10, at 7:30 p.m. bles with 34, and hits with 177. ed to Houston during the win-

Norman Sloan, Gator coach, said last night that if he Bill Harvey of Greensboro, G Motors came on up with a big at City Park. Hawthorne School vs. Mount Dora Bible His 22 home runs tied him with ter.

were a Cedar Key resident, it would be galling to him to look N.C., leads a field of 71 golfersinto 1102 single
at the tourney pairings and always see it listed, Class C, today's final qualifying !AT BISHOP KENNY HIGH
Region III, Cedar Key vs. Lakeland Santa Fe-as this week's rounds for the National Tourna- Taylor Wallace made the 47.9,Ii

tourney pairing is listed. How much better, Sloan felt, to read ment of Golf Club Champions. .split and Steve Reuthinger converted -

merely, Cedar Key vs. Ocala, for example in a Region III Harvey, twice a runnerup in I the 510.

event. the tournament, shot a 34-35-69 Norma Weseman led the Florida Discipline Is Big Aid
Take last year, for example. North Marion's fine Billiard Class in C Tuesday over the 6,545-yard, par National Bank loop at Palm ::1
team, 25-0 before losing the state champion-to-be 71 Ponce de Leon course. Dean
the semi-finals would have mopped up practically everyone Lind of Rockford, Ill., was sec- Lanes with 153181173510. u -- thJI
around. The true strength of the small schools never gets a ond with 72, followed by George Betty Olson had 470 and Barbara Strict school discipline is a mendous today for most teen- too important in today's high ed to get somewhere in

real test. Cornwell of Rockville, Md., with Strickland 461. Mrs. Weseman's big aid at Bishop Kenny High agers, Baldwin said. "Parentsare school basketball games. world as an athlete.
And, sadly, it's because the small school coaches themselves 184 was' top game. School in helping mold fine letting their children get "Their decisions generally influence The Kenny coach predictedit

jealously feel that they have to have a state title, even if it 73.Walter Peek, New Rochelle, Deposits had a 1693 set and aI I athletes, John Baldwin, Cru away from them. It's terrible the final outcome. would become necessary to

means being best of 50 schools. N.Y., Gary Holmes, Jackson- 588 saders' basketball coach, told and shocking, the things that They have'taken too much install a 24-second rule in

ville, and E. R. Piwowar, Ami- high game.Moose the Gainesville Tipoff Club last are going on in high schools control of the game. It didn't college and high school bas-;
State Growing Rapidly night. today." use to be that way." ketball of the future to cut'
tyville, N.Y., tied with opening
round 74s.Qualifying. Wins Baldwin, one of the state's Baldwin said discipline at Long Career down on stalling tactics.
Florida has almost 400 schools this year. The state is play winds most respected high school Bishop Kenny is strict. "We The Kenny mentor rehashedhis New Tipoff Club officers for:

Indiana and Illinois are playing one class up school- kind of long in basketball.He the next were approvedat
growing rapidly. Wednesday, wth match play for At Boys'Club mentors, said religion, can use any punishmentwe career year
basketball with over 1,000 schools each. And, using these two the best 32 scorers starting work and family are rated in want to in order to main- played at Notre Dame the meeting. John Jennings'will

states as examples, it's not the big cities such as Indianapolis Thursday. Moose beat Denny Concrete that order for all Kenny stu- tain discipline. If the parents and has coached or played be captain, John Baldwin;

in Indiana and Chicago in Illinois which dominate the state 8-6 First National Bank topped dents. Thereafter, they can don't like it, we tell them to with many of the game's fin- alternate captain; Tom Dob-

championships.The S Gaswell, 7-6 in Cadet League concentrate on athletics. remove their children from est performers. son, center; and Fred Lewis,
majority of the titles go to medium-size towns. And the the Club "A youth in high school is the schooL" (Kenny is a private Baldwin coached former outgoing captain; Steve
at Boys
cross-roads places in both states have'won as many titles as FSU Skids cage yesterday games while Hawks won almost like putty in a coach's Catholic school). Mississippi State star Jerry Schnell, Ronnie Neder Pete 1

the metropolitan centers. from Colts 64-46 in a Senior loop hands," Baldwin said. "We The Kenny coach hit hardat Graves at a summer camp in Bethel, Steve Johnson and

Basketball is a game played by just five boys. And the ATHENS, Ga. (APFloridaState contest. have much responsibility to problems of high school the Carolinas. He said it wasa Bill Burwell.

tiniest village in the state can do as well as the biggest city lost a nonconference bas- shape them in the best man officiating. He said most scholastic bitter disappointment to him Lewis announced that the'

when it has the right combination. ketball game to Georgia Tues- 'Steve Abrams made three ner possible. Individual development officials are sadly out when Graves was revealed to annual banquet, honoring Flo

Basketball history is replete with the great tales of the day night, 8570. points for Moose, Jerry Dowdy, is everything." of shape. He said many of be involved in "dumping" rida's cagers and the 10 top

"wonder" teams that come out of the hills to emerge as The Georgia Bulldogs trailed Denny's 4; Jimmy Flowers, Baldwin said he asks his them are only doing it (off basketball games four years senior high school basketball

state kings. In Ohio, it was the Waterloo Wonders. In Ken., for most of the first half but National Bank, 4; Danny Bur- players to be leaders, not fol ciating) for the money. We ago. Baldwin, who has five players in the state, has been:

tucky there have been many mountain fives finish first. commanded a 39-32 halftime den, Gaswell 4; Harold Martin lowers. They constantly are used to pay $7.50 a game, sons, said he had told his put back to Wednesday, March

s And so it goes. lead and increased it consistently and Robert Harms, Hawks, 20 checked as per training habits now we pay $15. And the off youngsters to look up to 25, due to conflict with the

Florida has to grow up some day, too, in its basketball in the final periods. and 18, respectively; and Jim and conduct. ciating is worse." Graves and pattern them- original date ef Tuesday I

I thinking. The sooner ,the better. Jimmy Pitts of Georgia led McLean, Colts, 2.. Family Baldwin said officials are selves after him if they want March 17. -


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16 Golnejvlll Sun Wednesday, March 4, 1964.. Ia

.I Aggies Win SWC Crown I ::1

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By TED MEIER Loyola vs. Murray, Ky. Kentucky ence, leaving four berths openin i I jDuquesne, St. Bonaventure, MIami *

H t Associated Press Sports Writer and Michigan or Ohio State j the 12-team field. Already Fla. Army and St. Jo- "I*,

drew first round byes. entered are DePaul Pitt NYU seph's Pa. '
w.. a They still had the center jump 1

4 : after each basket in college Midwest Regional at Dallas

S f t basketball when Texas A&M Monday: Oklahoma City's.. Notice Liquor License Holders i

last won the undisputed championship Creighton. Texas Western vs. !" .

of the Southwest Con- Texas A&M. Kansas State and Compare Prices For Your New Lounge I

ference. Wichita or Drake drew first HOTEL CHINA and GLASSWARE CO. '

( The Aggies sewed up the SWC round byes. 640 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla. J J.a I

title for the first time in 41 Far West regional at Eugene, i

Ore. Tuesday: Utah State vs.

: ,. Arizona State or New Mexico.
'f" & i' ; ]
,. "
H ... State Seattle.
", f 0'4. II Oregon vs. UCLA HE REGREW
: -- "' "
'' and San Francisco drew
ft. ''f, ,."'. _., ,, ...,''> first
: "" round byes.Davidson's.
'-, LI- :\ f crl

.' ": :Ji request to compete
in the NIT at New York, ,
with double
years a 70- 6 overtime -
;. starting March 12, was turned
a victory over Texas Christian -
i 1 dwf'. Tuesday night and earnedan down by the Southern Confer-:
; automatic bid to the NCAA

tourney for the national colle-

giate championship.It Browns Get

l was a fitting climax
Shelby Metcalfs first year as ModzelewskiFor'

Aggie head coach and he hopes

'mssSanta for an easier time against Texas

Western next Monday at Dallas Crespiiio .

I in the NCAA competition.NYU .


II The Aggies' victory overshadowed Cleveland Plain Dealer said ? :

I little Rider College's up- Wednesday it had learned that

Fe's set 66-63 triumph over the unpredictable the Cleveland Browns have ob-
: Group Champions
NYU Violets and tained Dick Modzelewski, veteran -

.I San Francisco's 60-47 defeat of defensive tackle, from the a F. \
Pictured above are the Santa Fe Rebels, winners of the Class B, Group 3 basketballs Tournament
Santa Clara for the Dons' 16th New York Giants in exchangefor F
; last weekend. Front row (L-R) are Harry Bruner, Randy Holloway, Terry Thrasher and Andy Strickland. straight success.In Bobby Crespino, an of ten-

i Back row (L-R) are Richard Clemons, Bud Riviere, Laroy Paulsen, Warren Buck and George Teel.- in sive end from Mississippi. r r isF
games involving teams <
L (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) _
The Associated Press Top Ten i
Modzelewski, who weighs 1
Wlanova, No. 7, walloped Seton is 32 old but still
; FOR YANKS' DOWNING pounds, years
Hall and -
109-73 Chicago Loyola, -
is considered one of the top defensive -- -- ------ -
No. 9 Ohio
trampled University
103-87.. linemen in the National An Ebb Registered Cosmetologist explains the excliulve
Football League. He is part ; Ebb Home Treatment Method.

I Texas Tech beat Rice 77-70 to owner of a Cleveland restaurant -I R. J. Webber will be in

J; No Auspicious Beginning !take second place in the SWC and makes his home here. I I I II Gainesville, Florida at the
I 1 1t
while Providence beat Utah !I He played collegiate football atI Thomas Hotel on Thursday,

State 85-75, Georgia defeated I Maryland. March 5, 1964. Hours: 1 to 8:30

I' Florida State 85-70 and Missouri
T i. By ARTHUR DALEY spoken and highly intelligent. He can zing through the Sunday I Crespino was the Browns' p.m.Now
whipped Iowa State 74-60 in I is the time to act on
SsruiJnrk QJintrH crossword puzzle in the New York Times in nothing flat and first draft choice three years
other games. this great opportunity. Every
1 1t\1 1 attends Rider College in his native Trenton, N. J., in the off- ago, but has seen little action
t Six free throws in the second i I j hair-worried person, (man or
,,' Fort Lauderdale It hardly could be described as an season. It may take him six years more to get his college degree since he joined the team. He alternated j I I woman) should take advantage

t, auspicious beginning. Alphonso Erwin Downing, then a 20-year- but he's unswerving in his determination to get it. He'd overtime gave the Texas Aggies with John Brewer, another 'i
i' old kid just up from Binghampton, had made his debut as a also like to get a no-hitter. their victory over TCU at Fort former Mississippi star, :'
Worth. The regulation I Ilf your scalp is still creating ,
the game
Yankee starting pitcher late in the 1961 season against last season. ,
He fanned the first two hitters before "This was a much better game than a one-hitter I had ended 62-62 and neither team j!hair and you have dandruff or .
I Washington Senators. The Plain Dealer said Cres-i' t !
t trouble descended on him. He walked batters, hit batters and ter against the White Sox. I had a perfect game for seven scored in the first extra period. !excessive hair fall)), excessive
talked with Coach Blanton I
'' batters hit him. After an inning and a third, he was saved and two-thirds innings before an error put a man on base. The NCAA tournament picture pino oiliness, dryness or itchy scalp, /
Collier while in Miami Fla. for
Then Ron Hansen singled second in the and Dave is follows why not take 20 minutes of your ,
t from further embarrassment. Manager Ralph Houk him over Eighth ; now as :
gave the Bowl in January .
Playoff game time to see if you can be help-
Nicholson singled in the ninth. But my control was sharp andI
,. the hook. Eastern regionals at Philadelphia and asked that he eitherbe ed?
fanned 10 hitters. _..
1 Monday: Temple vs. Con- traded or permitted to play Webber is Staff Dir a.:
'I The usually smiling youngster was on the verge of tears R. J. a
as he sat in front of his locker afterwards. Baseball writers "This was much better game than a one-hitter I' had necticut or Rhode Island. Villa- more. ector of the Ebb Hair Special

i I wandered around the clubhouse, searching for ideas. Up spoke against the White Sox earlier in the year. Carreon singled. I nova vs. Providence. Virginia I This is the first deal by the ists. He is qualified by exper-

., that old shrewdy, Yogi Berra. with two out in the seventh but the total performance Military vs. Princeton, Penn or Browns since the conclusion of ience and training to recommend /

f. wasn't as good because I walked too many and struck out Yale. Duke drew first round the 1963 season in which they the proper method to as-

f "If you guys are lookin' for somethin' to write about," too few." bye.Mideast I.had a 10-4 record and finished sure you of the fastest possible

; said the man who should know, "why don'tcha write some- regional at Evanston, second to the Giants in the results in the shortest periodof

thin' good about this kid? Never mind that he knocked out The wide-shouldered 182-pounder began to laugh. He laughed Ill. Tuesday: Louisville vs. Ohio !NFL's Eastern Conference. time at the least amount of >M

I fast. He's gonna make it big some day and he's gonna j jam so easily that his boyhood nickname was "Giggie." that's Univ. of Miami of Ohio. Chicago cost to you.

f I those bats down the batters' throats. Maybe he don't look short for Giggle. The Ebb Method will not

like it now but he's gonna be a 20-game winner. He's got "My strangest near-miss," he said, "was against the Red I I Clay Named help those who are slick bald t
what it takes." after of gradual hair loss.
t\ Sox. I had a no-hitter for six and one-third innings. Then years a
We want to make it clear that
1 The prescient Berra is now the manager of the Yankees and Yastrzemski singled. Before I could catch my breath Stuart, Male Pattern Baldness is the i .

i he hasn't changed his opinion one bit. In fact it has been Malzone and Clinton also singled. Four hits in a row and I'm Results Top Fighter cause of the great majority of
i.I "
strengthened."Look out of there. It was a trifle disconcerting.
baldness and excessive
NEW YORK (AP) Cassius
) at it this way," he said, his mathematical mind Much his Villanova 109. Seton Hall 73 hair loss, for which neither the
more disconcerting was World Series game againstthe Providence 85. Utah State 75 Clay, the Louisville bard who
operating overtime. "Downing didn't join the Yankees until Rider 66. NYU 63 Ebb Method other
Dodgers. In the nor
opening inning he picked Wills any
threw words to fill 10
Duquesne 98 St. Francis. Pa. 77 enough
last June and he won 13 games in half a season. If he keeps off first base only to have Joe Pepitone throw too hurriedly Georgia 85, Florida State 70 and enough blows to method is effective. T. A. Melton, Jr. (above*
\1; I that up-well, I ain't gonna get:: mad if he wins 26. Why to nail Wills at second. Junior Chicago Loyola 103. Ohio U. 87 magazines But if there are other reasons
Gilliam ran through a hit-and- Missouri 74. Iowa State 60 wrest the heavyweight title shows how he saved his hair
\ shouldn't he? He can be one of the best. run single and Maris Texas A&M 70, TCU 66 2 ot for your hair problems, it is
Roger fell down while to catch
trying Liston and now has handsome' healthy
i Texas Tech 77. Rice 70 from Sonny was
t1 Elston Howard, roommate, catcher and head cheerleader for Willie Davis's fly ball. Young Al could have escaped the Texas 80, Arkansas 67 ed the Fighter of the nam-1 possible that you can be help hair. He did not have. Male I
the youthful fireball thrower, with total enthusiasm. SMU 95 Baylor 76 ed. Results in
agrees inning unscathed but yielded two runs instead, just enough to San Francisco 60, Santa Clara 47 February by Ring are guaranteed ( Pattern Baldness.
| "Any pitcher who throws hard starts out with a big advantage lose the game. J writing) from the beginning to

f ," he said. "Curves and other be learned Wednesday.
fancy pitches can the end on a pro-rated basis

but no one can teach a man how to throw a fast ball. He However, Downing is a kid with enormous potential be- Dude Liston, a seventh-round technical I by the Ebb Hair Specialists.You SEE R. J. Webber at tht
knockout victim Feb. 25
I has to be born with it. Al throws as hard as anyone in the cause he has all the necessary ingredients-the heart, the Raps have no reason to be Thomas Hotel, ThursdayMarch

American League, maybe even harder." head and the arm. He is the heir-apparent to Whitey Fordas was dropped to the leadingchaUenger's skeptical. We make regular, 5, 1964, between 1 and

1 He meditated for a moment and then reached into an unexpected the Yankee's left-handed bellwether and the peculiarities of UF Frosh spot by Ring in releasing scheduled visits to Gainesville, 8:30 p.m. He will do the rest.

direction."I Yankee Stadium architecture demand a southpaw of exceptionalskills. its monthly ratings. In Florida. How could we do this Interviews are in private I

think Al can throw harder than Sandy Koufax," he said The Bombers have had them in Herb Pennock, Lefty In Baseball other heavyweight division unless we gave results? You will not be obligated or

softly. Gomez, Eddie Lopat, Ford and now Downing. It is illustrious changes, Zora Folley of Chand- Why burden yourself with unhealthy embarrassed in any way.

I This is the ultimate in praise. Yet batters don't enjoy fac- company. Dade Junior College hit the ler, Ariz., and Eddie Machen of hair and scalp. It costs Remember, for hair problems t

) ing Downing any more than they enjoy facing Koufax. Each Florida freshmen with five Los Angeles each moved up one !I you nothing to learn how so see:

l'i" of these left-handers is high on strike-outs and low on hits (place, to fourth and fifth respectively many people have benefited
the less Gator Netters runs in the third inning and( and Britain's Henry i from the Ebb Method. Know
1i yielded, although experienced Yankee has not reached eight in the for I Kfl8! SPCCIAUSIS
1. j the peaks Sandy already has attained. But he's getting there. more eighth a I Cooper, winner over countryman : how, experience and training )

"AI has the best arm on the ball club," continued Howard, 15-2 baseball win yesterday at Brian London, replaced his II III offers you opportunity, satisfaction H_.rn.,aw fruONALL I
( Perry Field. The two teams I victim in 10th place. and results.
"and if any Yankee pitches a no-hitter.he'll be the one. HeII
split their series at a game M I..=.. -
I averages a strike-out an inning and will do better. He's been Take SecondFrom each. f
close to no-hitters and he's '
got to make it sooner or
II The Baby Gators committed
1 "
later. 11 errors and Dade pounded 40% OFF FIRST LINE
The object of his affection is
.f tti i) a pleasant young man, well- 17 hits in the lop-sided win.
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RollinsFlorida's Moniz and Greenside split

L} Bowling Results mound duties for Dade, lim.\\ Thorobreds DAYTON THOROFARE '

iting Florida to five h f thrift Rat, Sffat Tiret

PIN TOPPLERS REBEL COIN AND STAMP tennis team made ins junior varsity. Greenside was a member of!
W L I j 670x15
l', LEAGUE W L its record 2-0 for the season' RESULTS: the UF frosh nine last year. I 750x14

Fred Mason Con. 39 33 I Coins SJ 21 Perez and each had
with Berry
an 8-1 win over Rollins
A1W Root Beer 52 40 Silver Dollars 51 29 I I
t Non-Cents 41 32Tri.n2les Singles 'I'IIl.defeated three hits for the winners. Mike
Mary Carter Paints 50'* 41'* yesterday at the varsity courts. Baling I
41) 3'
I I Tech University TV Inn 4T 50 4 45} Half Cents "0'i. 39'/i Bill Tym, No. 1 UF player, I 6-1, 6-3; Bonner defeated Shirah had a pair for Florida.
Adams. Insurance 46 44 I Three Penny Centers Pinchers 31 32', 49Buffaloes 47'-* downed Bob Balink of Rollins,i]Doolittle, 6-2, 6-1; Bob McCannon I The UF freshmen will play i 695 1095

I C Fuller rr pus FotO Beauty Box C3'45 2. 4 47+'i I RESULTS 30 50 6-1, 6-3 and then teamed with!I, (R) defeated Steve Garc Edison Junior High of Fort I i

Meade Williams 34'.. 5ntHelztl : Non Cents ... Buffaloes 3, Triangles 3. Dave Bonner to top Tom Doo-j ner, 1-6, 6-4, 6-0; Jerry Pfelffe Myers here on Friday. I \
Co. 32' 59*
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RESULTSA 'ers Coins 1. 1.Penny Silver Pinchers Dollars 3.3.Hclf Three Cents Cent.1. little and Balink in doubles, 6-3, 1 I defeated Dwayne Ackerman, 6- Dade Jr. 205 000 080-15 17 3 ;

(3"d,1 i UNIV. CITY WOMEN'S LEAGUE 6-4. 13, 6-3; Don Losman defeated UF Fresh 002 000 000- 511'i Tube Type Black Tubeless Black
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Univ. Inn11), Carrous Beauty 'I Coca Cola 61 27 Dick Woltmann, 6-8, 6-4, 6 4; Moniz, Greenside ((2)) and Berry ) Plus Tax and Tire Off Your Car
(3)). Mary Carter (1); Adams BOX'j') I Gold Coast s*'* 28', The Gators won five of the Vic Stone defeated
I Fuller Fete (1); Fred Mason (3), Ginny's 52 36 Buck Star I ; Adams, Woolfolk ((2)),
Meade-Williams (1). Busch Bavarian 41. 3t six singles matches and swept buck, 5-7, 6-1, 61. Smith ((8)) and Gross.
Rutherford's 47<* cO') the doubles. .
LUCKY MIXED Brown's 47 41 50% DISCOUNT
1 Old Milwaukee 4V I'2 4?'* Florida's freshmen netters Doubles Tym and Bonne' ,

Yankee ReM 50'W 1 4)L', Budweiser First Federal 49 45 :39 43 posted a 7-1 win over the Roll- defeated Doolittle-Balink, 6-3,! Last Round ALL WHITE '
Har. Co. 50 12 Waits, 36 52 6-4; Pfeiffer-Ron Rebhuhn defeated WALL BLEMISHES750800850900950x
Jets 47V* 44'* Jorses-Johnson 35 53
Polson Pins 45't 44'i Holiday Inn 32V* 55'* Pete Cowan McCannon 14
Lucky Strike, "3'* "'"2 Money's 32 56 JoiiesJolmsoiiTops on, 7-9, 6-2; GardnerLos Tomorrow
Sputniks J t 33 Gainesville Gas 2t 5'
t RESULTS. I man defeated StarbuckAckerman .;
RESULTS Morley 3. Walts 1; G vine Gas 3. Ru-
Sputniks 4, Lucky Strike 0. Yankee. therford'sl Jones-Johnson J. B u d- Petticoat 6-3, 6-4. Ruby O'Kelley carries a BRAKES RELINED FRONT ENDALIGNMENT
Rees ... Har. CO. 0, Poison Pins 3. weiser 1: Brown Texaco 3. Busch I I II I stroke lead into the final round I'
.. I'I'r
Jets 1. Bavarian 1 Coca Cola Holiday Inn i Freshmen
0: First Federal 3. Old Milwaukee 1. I I Hof r[ the McKenzie tourney tomorrow -,i Parts and Labor Included
GENERAL ELECTRIC Ginny's 4. Gold Coast 0.TWILIGHT. Williams Thomas downed I Singles Mark Graham de-!!!

W L W L Sunland 35-19 and Jones John feated Chuck Pierce, 621 as women in the 18 hole i
I ; O Camber
at the new Golf and, $14.95 19.95
Rebels 56 36Atley beat Gainesville group 95
Miller' 51 37 son Music 43-331 Rick Chase defeated John Nathan

.,' \
Cat "Z''J McCoy's 48 40 Country Club compete.
( Yankees 4AMi 4;'? Manaro's 43'* 44* in Petticoat League basketball! 6-0, 6-1; Bill Perrin de- I 6 Caster
InlunearsHurricanes 44 M LMtfield's' 43 45 Mrs. O'Kelley has a 221 total
I at Sunland
this MilesGuaranteed
43 49 Martin' 41AA'Vi I games week. feated Ted Martin, 6-1, 6-0; Joe 15.000 MilesGuaranteed 25.000
To 'In
Half' Pints 37 55 Forehand' 39 47 I games at Sunland this week. I Simon defeated George Miller, while Rachel Emmel and i) .

RESULTS ... RESULTS Ruby G rig ers and Judi 6-1 6-1 Ronnie Jean Crow are tied for second
Allay Cat 4. Hurricanes 0< Yankees Martin' Manany 0; Llnkfleld's 4 g ; Fick defeatedIra
3, Inlu ars It Rebels 3. Half McCoy' 0, F"'e''s'' 3. Miller' 1, Bridgeman each had with 222s.
Pints 1.FRIDAY. COMMERCIAL 12 pointsfor Gordon, 6-2, 6-3; Bob Cohen -
W L Williams Thomas. Jean defeated Tom Lea, 9-7, 6- Mary.Parrish and Katherine I +**
NIGHT MIXED DOUILE SchllU 54 34 Polk made nine Stephens have 224s and Mary!
Duke Lumber Co. 52V :!*'-* for Sunland. 4. CONSUMER
W L Bank Of Hawthorne 51 41 Linda Lewis hit 16 and Char Doubles Perrin Simon defeated Jacunski has a 227. j
Team I 62V4 33V* Budwelser 4* 43 S
Mary Less Beauty' sat. 61V* 34Va57V McCoy Building Supply 47 45 lotte Neder 12 for Jones John Pierce-Nathan, 6-2, 6-0; Qualifying for the Clayton I i'
Team 4 39V Mircfiell's Shoes 4 4 /x
Bill Lyon's Sunoco Cat 49 47 Tropical Pontiac 44 AIW.It' son. Betty Young made 15 and Miller Martin (R) defeated tourney also will be held to- CARDMOTT
Schneck's Restaurant 42V S3'4 Esso 41 51 Sandy Bode 12 for Gainesville Fick-Cohen 6-2 morrow. WE WILL
Life of Georgia Insur. :39 57 I Wise's Drug Store 39 53 61. Match be- I
Combs Lumber Co. 38V 57V Box well Electric 34V 57V Music. tween Herman GreeneBob Last week there were 32
Pepin Dist. Co. 33'1 62'-j RESULTS ANY
RESULTSBill I Walt's Esso 3. Wise's Drug Store 1:1 Team standings: JonesJohnson Hunt of UF and Gordon Rick members of the Gainesville Women's -R
Lyon's Sunoco Gas 3. Team I ll Schlitz :3. Budwelser 1; Bonwell Electric : 7-1 Williams Thomas '
; 5- Strauss of Rollins halted Golf Association who
Combs Lumber Co. 3. Life of Georgia 3. McCoy Building Supply' 1; l
i Ins. 1; Team 4 2. Mary Lee's Beauty Bank of Hawthorne 3. Mitchell's 3; Gainesville Muse 4-4; Sun- darkness at one set each and competed in a tourney at Pa- 1605 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-7537
Salon 2; Pepin Olst. Co. 2. Schenck's Shoes 11 Tropical Pontiac<<:: I, D" k e
Rttt. L Lumber Co. 2. land, 08. 5-5 in third set. latka. ___

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_ Wednesday, March 4, 1964 Gainesville Sun 17

A I Employers Rush Work, or Just Swap I Differ Candidates OnApportion State Audit Slaps-

4 Wires to Ready 1st Tax-Cut PayrollBy

By ROGER LANE I my hands on to pay my bills," for 80 million citizens. In Pittsburgh-, Norman Reich- Bradf'd? Sheriff .

NEW YORK (AP) Federal: said a Cleveland employe of the "No trouble at all" or "it took ert assistant treasurer at Philco TAMPA (AP)- Gubernatorial

tax cut benefits will show up in Internal Revenue Service. only a couple of minutes" were Corp. with a 22,000-man pay- candidate Fred Karl says flor-
paychecks of millions of Americans few hitches from ida should move at once to re-
Employers reported common reports employers roll, said he expected some

starting Thursday.But in adjusting payroll proce- including such giants as salaried persons to ask for an apportion the Legislature. Cites Records

the extra money gushinginto dures, especially concerns with General Motors Corp. with unchanged withholding levelorfor However, two other Demo- Assault 'Improper9 ;

the nation's spending automated bookkeeping. Basi- 640,000 employes.In one higher than required by cratic gubernatorial candidates,
stream-or institutions hereafter will with- Salt Lake Mountain who shared a platform with him
savings cally, they City, law. Sheriff Gives Rebuttal
-probably won't total the $800 hold 14 per cent of earnings in- States Telephone Co. said it was "These people in the past Tuesday night, said the state'shands

million a month estimated by stead of 18 per cent "working frantically" to adjustits have had largerthanrequiredsums are tied for the present.Sen. Victim TALLAHASSEE State Auditor Ernest Ellison

some tax cut backers.A "We just changed a few wiresin equipment H. J. Heinz Co., withheld to avoid paymentof John Mathews of Jack yesterday released an audit report severely criticizing
cross-country Associated the machine and that was it, with 7,000 employes, said at a large lump sum amount sonville said the governor can Bradford
County Sheriff P. D. Reddish for the
Press survey showed a scatter- said Manley Eubank in Raleigh, headquarters in Pittsburgh that when it comes time to file their do nothing about apportionment, TestifiesThe handling of his office.

ing of employes, mostly sal- .N.C. Eubank's Central Data its payroll staff was putting in annual tax return," Reichert since Florida's legislative is reor-the Ellison said the examination of Reddish's accountswas
ganization plan now in
aried, had asked that benefitsbe :Processing unit runs off paychecks extra work.In limited "because of
said. inadequate and incompleterecords"
of federal court. The
stored for them. I for 10,000 North Carolina cases such as these, the a
up The Philco official said hourly court probably will reject the elderly victim of an al- .and. there was "no apparent system of
Most state employes.The rub seemed to be in meeting
worcers apparently I -
ledged control over cash receipts
rated workers and rape identifieda
production anoar- plan set guidelines for
looked forward with relish to a I $11.5-billion tax cut, largest -I employe requests for some ently all wanted increased take further reapportionment up he young Negro in Circuit Court and disbursements." recovery of official funds not

reductions in taxes withheld"I in U.S. history, provides reductions -.treatment other than reductionin this morning as the man who Ellison also accounted for during the audit
I. "Becauseof
want every nickel I can get I averaging 19 per cent taxes withheld. ha'n"I "nv. said.Fred i broke into her house and attacked period."
0. Dickinson of West her. the condition of the records

Palm Beach agreed_ _that the I The man is Willie James Dick- and the lack of internal con- And under budget operationsthe

governor can do nothing until erson. trol, I am unable to express an report said, "...the budgetfor
MARKET the court acts. Then, he said, re- He opinion as to the fairness of the fiscal year 1961-62 was
BUSINESS apportionment will "only be accomplished allegedly broke into thewoman's the financial
: 1 house last statements presented overspent in total in the amountof
July 7 and
REPORTReaders' by a governor who I assaulted her. in this report." $2,135.40. The budget over-

REVIEW ', can Legislature.sit down and reason with the He's charged with breakingand Released at the same time, expenditure was not shown on

entering with the intent to was an audit on Bradford the sheriff's records..the attor-
Karl, a Daytona Beach legislator .. commit a felony rape. The County Judge Theron A YawnJr. ney general, in an opinion dated
insisted, "this is a state re alleged incident happened in It said, in part, "remittanceswere Mar. 10, 1962, ruled that a sheriff

f Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks sponsibility and we should be. Rutledge Steelement near here. prompt and accurate,"i is without authority to make

Volume Close Change moving right now to do some- Dickerson was arrested a that "annual reports of income:! expenditures in excess of budget

242 300 Syntex Corp 85V8 off 23% thing about it." short time after it was reported and expense were filed as reauired -' appropriations... that a sheriff
1 Request 182 000 Seabd World Ar 8 up % Karl, Mathews, Dickinson and !? sheriff's deputies. Two depu-I bv law." and that- "ex'I making expenditures in violationof

70 800 Campbell Chb 5% up % four other gubernatorial candidates Lies testified to the evidence I penses were properly sup-: the budget is personally liable
24 100 Magellan Pete 1% off % appeared before the HomeBuilders Found at the scene and evidence ported." I I for such expenditures."
20 300 Kaiser Industr 8% unch Association of Tampa.
(Th. following market quotations The others Democrats weighing against Dickerson as Recently, the county commission The report also said about the
by readers STOCK] LISTINGS
requested his
of the Sun financial page. The quota- Late MorningN. Haydon Burns of Jacksonville trial began this morning with! was asked by County records: "There were numerous
tions are furnished by Pierce. Wul- Judge J. C. Adkins presiding. Hollis V.
Attorney Knight to instances of failure
to record
bern, Murphey Investment Service and Scott Kelly of Lakeland,
i 0 I'' k.m:'.&.'.%, .. Y. ListingAllis and Republican Ken Folks of Another witness a young press for release of certain audits -I cash receipts and cash disburse

)i Abbott Lab 2.40 113% Zenith 1.20a .._ 82% Life Investors '_ '_ 19.56 Chal 55 Int Harv 65% Orlando and H. B. Foster of girl been-attacked testified that she had then in process. Copies of I ments... cash bond receipt forms

Allied Cem 1.80 54% Life Stock Fund 7.63 Alcoa 74 Int Nick 71% Fort Myers. ier. Florida law by Dickerson ear- both Sheriff Reddish's and No. 373002-373025 were not avail-

Amerada Pt 2.00 73% Over the CounterBID Mass. Inv Trust._ 16.08 Am Air 42% Int Pap 31 Burns was introduced but had lication of victims'prohibits pub- Judge Yawn's were sent to able for audit, as they could
Am Elc Pow 1.16b _? 41% Mass Inv. Growth ._ '8.58 Am Brik 53% Jones & L 72 to leave before the candidates Assistant rape names. County Commission ChairmanCarl not be located... the bond regis-
; Amer Enka 1.40a 59% Pioneer Fund "_ .. 9.63 AmBdPr 33% Kais Al 36% began speaking.On Futch and David Attor n e y SMack Prevatt yesterday. ter was not posted for the per-

i Amer Home 1.44a 65% Puritan Fund "_ 9.25 AmCan 41% Kenncott 82% the reapportionment question completed their Anderson The sheriff's audit containedthe iod Nov. 62 to May 1963..dis-

Amer M Fdy .90 .. 18 Alico Land '_ '- 7% Putnam Growth .. 15.36 Am Cyan 62% Lig & My 75% i Kelly said he introduced a this: morning. Defense prosecution following statements: bursements were made for certain

Armco Sll 3.00 74 Amer Fidel Life 24V4 TV Elec 8.05 AmMot 16% Lockhd 39% I plan last year for a Florida Sen- Selig I. Goldin scheduled Attorney "A deficit of $1,042.35 in the items from trust accountsfor

Atch Topka 1.20a 15% Amer Heritage 187/s Value Line Inc '_ 5.40 AmT&T 142 Lorillard 43% ate based on equal population. present his defense was after to accounts at Sept. 30, 1963, was which no record of the collections -

i J Bauch Lomb 1.20 35\\ Amer Nat Ins ._ 21 Wellington Fund 14.81 AmTob 28% Magvox 39% He said he favors leaving the recess. a noon eliminated on Feb. 3, 1964, after of such items could be

'i. Baxter Lab .36 26'/ Amer Pion'r Life 4% Purchases 475,749 Ampx Cp 15% Mpls Hon 129% House as it is, with each county the close of the audit period located."

4\ Beckman In 61% Anheuser Busch 43 Short Sales 3,850Other Anaconda 48% MM&M 67% having at least one represent- with a deposit by the sheriff, Also, "...filing of documentswas

j:, Beech LF S 1.10 45% Anodyne '_ ._ 4;, Sales 453,964 Armour 49 Mohasco 13 ative. Tampa FHA I apparently from personal funds. poor... property records
[t Bristol My .80 ..- 64% Citizens Bank 34 Total Sales 457,814 ACL 67% Monsto 67% Folks favored dividing the "The total budget was over- were not kept current for some

!j;I. Brown Shoe 3.40 90% Conn Lt & Pow ._ 367/s Advances -- 557 Babcock 54% Mont Wd 37% state into equal senatorial districts expended in the amount of of this audit period, but were

: Brunswick ...- ._ 10% Cowles Mag & PB 13% Declines 49S B&O 37% Nat Dair 68% each with one senator. Sales TopForeclosures $2,135.40 in the fiscal year 1961- brought up to date during the
} Cambell S. 2.40 112% Dun & Bradst ._ 61% Unchanged __ 270 Beth Stl 35% Nat Dist 24% Each county shocld have at 62. progress of this audit."

I 4. Carter Pdt l.OOa ...... 67% Firs West Fine 18'/4 Total Issues 1,3'.2 Boeing 43% N. AmAv 53 least one representative, he "Records for most of this audit Appended to the audit was a
Case J. I. .- .'- 10% Florida Gas 10Y4 New 1963-64 Highs 58 Borden 72% Penney 46 said, with larger ones being di- letter of rebuttal by Sheriff Red-
I 'i Cessna Air 1.00 _.. 27% Fla. Nat'l Bank ._ 40 New 1963-64 Lows 10 Brunswk 10% Pa RR 32% vided into districts on a basis I period (March 1, 1961 to Sept. dish in which he stated:

r 'I! Ches Ohio 4.00 69% Fla. Tel ._ "_ 27% TODA Y'S DOW JONES CaterTr 54% Pep Cola 50 of population. TAMPA AP) -The directorof 30, 1963)) were inaccurate, in- "Each adverse finding contained -
and in
't Coas S Gas 36% Forrest Labs "_ "_ 30% Prevo Close Components 1st Hr Celanese 60% Phil Mor 73% Foster said he supports a planin the Tampa Federal Housing adequate, incomplete in the audit resulted from

J CBS 1.80b 44% Founders Life 8% I Chrysler 46 Phil Pet 48% which each citizen's vote has Administration district said his inadequacies in the office bookkeeping -

.. i Comb Eng 1.20 ._ 28% Franklin Life 57% 805.72 I Indust. | Up 0.4' Coc CIa 120 Rep Sll 43 equal weight, and that this can office is finally beginning to some Under cases collections, nonexistent.and remittances and records department.Last .
Cone Mills .80 14% Great Amer '_ 16% :Om Ed 50% Revlon 38% be established mathematically. make headway in of May, these departmentswere
j I the report stated:
I I Contl Airl .40 21% rolier 46% 191.69 I Rails | Off 0.31 Con Edis 84% Rey Tob 40 its large number of foreclosed "A deficit of $1,042.35 existedin completely reorganized,

Conll Ins 2.20 _- 56% Gulf Life '_ 57% 140.14 I Util. |Up 0.41 I Cont Can 43% StReg P 32V4 CypriotsNeed homes.A. the trust accounts at Sept. 30, competent personnel employedto
1 !! Conlrl Dat ...... .. _, 89% I tferff Jones ._ .- 16% Dow Che 68% Seaboard 47% Donald said Tuesday keep the books and records
1963..the deficit eliminated
281.86 I Stocks | Up 0.10 was
r f f Corn Pdts 1.50 ._ 63% Home Insurance 65% duPont 263 Sears 106% that 419 homes were sold ....when the sheriff deposited and appropriate controls and
I ,I Delta Air 1.60 82'/ Jax Minit Mkts '- 5% 5,570,000 I Volume 11.320.000V ()()( EAL 36V8 Sinclair 46% Relief during February and only 253 $1,042.35..from funds stated to accounting procedures inaugu-

Det Steel .60 13% Kennasaw Life "_ "_ 12% Y S E Most Active Stocks E. Kodak 128% Socony 71% new foreclosures acquired. It be >na1. Pursuant to a rated to prevent a recurrance of

\\ I Emerson El 1.00 39% LifeofFla 5 Comp. Vol. Close Changes Firsstone 42 Soun Co 53% NICOSIA, Cyprus CAP'Thehead ) was the first month in more letter per dated Feb. 25, 1964- froman any adverse finding.
"?' Fair Camra .50g 31% Lowes Company 17% 254 400 Chrysler 45% up % Fla Pw 46% SperryR 17% of British Red Cross operations than two years that sales have "Each adverse finding set out
insurance to the sher-
: Finanl Fed 53% Milgo Electron .- 14 148 000 RCA New 36 up % Fla P&L 76% StBrand 76%I in Cyprus said Tuesday topped new foreclosures in the agent in your audit has been corrected

1 Fst Chartr 1.97f 43% Mort. Guaranty Ins 25% 107 200 Studebaker 7% off % Ford 55 StO NJ 82% 40,000 Turkish Cypriots and 21-county district, he said. riff, a claim is pending againstthe and no shortages of cash

) Fla E Cst -- 10% Pacific SW Air 41% 97 600 Sperry Rd 17% unch Fmst Da 10 Studebak 8 6,000 Greek Cypriots are in needof The total number of foreclosed bonding company on the now exist in any of the ac
I ', Food Fair .90 19% I Schlitz Brewing '. 46% 85 600 Fairb Whit 5% off % Frept Sul 35% Swift 48% relief. homes on hand dropped to 5,376, bond of a former employee for counts.

FMC Corp 1.00 53% Secur. Life & Tr. 51 64 300 Erie Lack 5% up % Frueh Tr 30 Texaco 74 I compared with 5,700 last October -

''I Gen Tele .88 32 Southern Nitro 17% 62 500 Westing Elec 35 up % Gen Dyn 30% Thiokol 17,'. The report was made at a he said. Sales so far this

I't{ Ga Pacifi l.OOb 59V4 Travelers Ins ._ 189% 55 700 Gen Motors 81% up 1 I Gen El 87% U Carbid 119% :news conference by Sir Patrick year have reached 956, compared -

t Getty Oil .10g 28% Jim WaIter ._ 31 '53 600 Cont Airlines 21% off % Gen Fds 90% Un Fruit 20% :Renison, who said 16,000 Turksare with 1,800 for all of 1963 Firm's Officer Claims

l f Grace Co l.OOb 10% 50 800 Parke Davis 33% off % Gen Mills 39% US Steel 57 listed as refugees. The rest and 1,300 for 1962. I

Heine Curt .80 33% AMERICAN LISTINGS 43 500 Cerro 36% up % Gen Mtrs 81% Univ Mat 12% I of the 40,000 needing relief are Fielding said' "The overall

I IBM 5.00 __ .. 564 39 700 Gulf Oil 51% off % Goodrich 54% WestgEl 35% 1 wage earners now out of work, economic conditions are better,

i Int Min C 1.80a .. 68% Aerojet-Gen 34% 38 600 Am T & T 142% up 1% Goodyr 44 Winn Dix 30% 1 welfare cases and dependents of there have been improvementsin of 'Racket'Final

I j Int Tele 1.00 53 Analex Corp .. 29 38 500 Gen Tel & Tel 32 off % Greyhnd 53% Woolwth 73% ]men killed or wounded in the our management and sales Ignorance
** .llogg .80a _- 42 38 300 Helene Curt 33% off 2% Gulf Oil 51% j[sland's communal fighting. properties have been
Aqua Chem 19% program .
> Lehman Cp 1.34e .. 29 advertised
more extensively
Aurora Plastics 31 ,
Litton In 1.98f hearings on 19 home I here from St. Petersburg this
r 67% Barnes Engineer ._ 25V4 .. and more of our houses have '
Lone S Cm 1.00 -.- 22% Butler ShoeCinerama ._ '. "-" been repaired, put in shape to continued in Circuit Court this morning, however.
Marsh Fld 1.60 ...._ morning with an officer of the I'
397 "_ ._ 16 YOUR MONEY'S WORTH sell and placed on the market. Also testifying this morningwas
I Martin M 1.00 ...... ...- 19 The district had a sudden foreclosing firm taking the
Chromaloy 11;. upsurge Dr. C. W. Banks, physician -
McG Hill .60a ....- .- 37: in foreclosures in mid- stand.
Computer Sci .. 22% for two of the property own-
1\l( Mead Corp 1.70 44 Cutter Labs 18 1961, most of them in Orange Fred Kopp, vice presidentand ers being foreclosed on.

14 Merck 2.00a ... 119tZ Data Control '_ 36% Some of the New Tax Breaks Hillsborough and Pinellas coun-! treasurer of Guaranty i
NatI Airl .80 ...... He said that Dicy Young, be-
I 46% Fulton Inds 9 ties. The situation was blamed i ion Mortgage and Insurance Company -:
NY CentI .50g ..- 3H. Gen Develop 4=%! \ A. such things as over-building, I I testified that he had no 1 cause of her physical and men-
tal condition could have
Nia M Pow 2.00 easily
51% Mackey Airlines .. 6% low down payments and poor I knowledge of alleged irregularities -
Norfolk W 6.00 .. By Sylvia Porter ,. ::47 credit I been led when she allegedly !
i 123 Mead Johnson "_ __ 23 sIt screening.At in the mortgages until after
signed a mortgage on
,t: No NoIndPSl.48 Nat Gas 1.80 --_. 554 51 Pac NW Tel '_ 23'/:a cannot be emphasized too your dependents and exemptionsfor At the same time, though, the foreclosed present FHA there homes are, in 90,000 the his firm obtained them. bar property in 1959. He said

,;, Olin Math 1.20 473=! Philips Eke Carriers_ __. 42 strongly that millions of us will old age and blindness. law doubles the dividend exclusion nation, about 9,000 of them in He said he first came into i jhe has treated her for 14
Redwing contact with them
through a
Owens II G 2.50 save far more in taxes from so that you can receiveup Florida's three FHA districts. ,years.
t Pac G&E 1.00 95 RIC Group 9% special changes in the 1964 tax Say Mr. and Mrs. Smith are to $100 of dividends a year corporate transfer.He About another defendent,
)I Pac Lting 2.40- -. 31 Sperry R. Wts "_ 8 law than we will from the tax both 65 or over and are livingon tax-free which means up to was an officer of Con- Rowena Godbolt, Dr. Banks
i 1 54 Syntex '_ '_ .-. 85 a $3,000 taxable retirement and wife Demos sumer Credit Corp.In .
I Pac T&T 1.20 31=%! rate cuts themselves.A $200 for a husband a I Look said, "She probably would have
Elec _
1 I Pan Amer A 1.20 Tampa 25Vs superb illustration of this income. Their 10 per cent stan- on a joint return. February, 1961, Consumer; had difficulty in comprehend
t Parke Dav 1.00 Tech Measur .. 20 is the new minimum standard dard deduction is $300. Their Credit bought .the assets of, ing" something like a mort-
33J' TWA Wts "_ ._ > 17 new minimum standard deduction While this will hurt some higher To Closing He said the home
V Pennzoil 2.00 __....._ 71% deduction. This is intended primarily Guaranty. I gage deal.
jj$ Perkin El .--.t............ 451'I Valspar ._ '_ '. to help lower bracket is $600 $200 plus $100 bracket taxpayers, for millions I, repair mortgages originatilng He said she suffered a
apiece for two personal exemptions of middle and lowerbracket with Florida Homecraft of St.
':, Pfizer .80a 493 taxpayers elderly couples Baker Probe' stroke several months before
.111 Phelps DG 3.00 .- 65% a Also extra or extrasb ing on retirement income, young and $100 apiece for two persons the doubled exclusionis Petersburg were just part of the deal was made.

.1, Polaroid .20 ... 160tZi Annual rate plus stock divi-,couples building a family on old-age exemptions. For 1963 a wonderful opportunity to the deal. About noon, the hearingswere
i; Pub Sv E G 2.60 dende relatively low wages and sala- Mr. and Mrs. Smith had $300 of collect dividend income entirelyfree WASHINGTON (AP-Demo- When asked about details of recessed.
77 ries the taxable income under the old 10 of federal income tax. crats on the Senate committee
J Pure Oil 1.60 43 Declared or paid so far this like. the mortgage transfer deal, They were scheduled to resume
,f ii! Rayonier 1.00 351- This one provision actuallywill per cent standard deduction. But As a husband and wife, you looking into Bobby Baker's affairs -I Kopp said he would have to I after lunch. Indications
yearf for 1964 this new $600 minimum can own $5,000 of stock which say the investigation is I ;
: Rexall .50b .- 397 free 1.5 million persons from check Guaranty's ledgers and are that they will run through
Paid in stock in 1963 esti- standard plus $2,400 for their pays a 4 per cent dividend return near the end. Republicans dis
:1. Reyn Metl .50 377- paying any taxes and also will they now were in the hands of most of the week.
: Rich Merr 1.00 47L mated cash value on ex-divi-I cut the taxes for other millionsover four exemptions complete I y and collect $200 of dividen agree. the Florida Securities Commission -

tll R C Cola 1.20 2 dend or exdistribution dateg and beyond the tax rate wipes out their $3,000 of taxable without any tax on it. But you Indications were that the Sen- which is investigatingit. SRD Hears

.11 1|! Roy Dutch 1.73g >. Paid last year reductions. income. They pay no tax at all must own the stock in the right ate Rules Committee will meetin .

!I 4': Searle Gd .90 >- 43li Before the 1964 tax law, the for 1964. They are actually getting way. For instance, if a husband the next few days to decide Another finance official con-
1: 60 a 100 cent tax cut. buys $5,000 of stock in his own when to halt its hearings.Sen. .
"l\\I Singer 2.00 94 ,MUTUAL FUNDS"ll"VESTMENT standard deduction was 10 per per nected with firms that have Bids on Dock
I I name and collects $200 of dividends Howard, W. Cannon D-
j!:, Smith Kin 1.20a cent of your adjusted gross in- A second fine illustration of dealt in the mortgages also
ft 67% CO.
,. Sou Cal Ed 1.05 323 (come (but not over $1,000)). You the law's special money saving only $100 would be Nev., said that unless somethingnew testified.He .

St Oil Cal 2.00 _. g,7; Affiliated Fund 8.48 could choose to itemize your breaks is the change in the di- exempt even if he filed a joint turns up, he thinks the is William F. Miller, man- At Cedar Key

*1 St Oil Ind 2.00b .. gjj7: Capital Life & Gr. 9.82 actual personal deductions for vidend exclusion and dividend return with his wife because the committee has about reachedthe of Liberal Loan Com

1 Sterl Drug .65 ;, Divers Growth "_ 9.55. contributions taxes medical expenses credit in a way which can help new exemption is up to $100 a' stage where it should close j l'ager Liberal is to
28 a successor TALLAHASSEE The State
5'' Texas Util 1.20 ..- 595? Dividend Shares 3.66 etc., or you could take millions of us, while hurting a person.So the investigation. Other Demo-'pany.
Loan Company. Largo Road Board opened
|, Textron 1.40 Dreyfus "_ "_ 19.67 the 10 per cent standard deduct smaller number of stockholders.Until you should either buy $2,500in crats on the committee have I
43t originally held the morgages.It bids on $15 million worth of
1964 could receiveup name and $2,500 in your indicated they share this view.
Tidewater Fidelity Capit 10.94 you your
38 ion.The sold them to its sister road and bridge projects, including -
t Trans\VA---- Fidelity Fund 17.23 1964 law now says that to $50 of dividends a year wife's or you should buy it in However, Sen. Hugh Scott, R- corpo-
Jj of dockat
I which is construction a
ration Guaranty, now
ijtl Union Pac 1.60a 41% Fidelity Trend ._ 18.13 your standard deduction is the completely tax-free, and you our joint names so that each of Pa., said the GOP members Cedar Key and a bridge

;.J)|f! Und Air L 1.50b SoH. Fund'tal Invest 10.55 larger of 10 per cent of your and your wife together could I you is entitled to $100 of divi- "still have a lot of witnesseswe foreclosing. across the Suwannee River at
ll Upjohn 1.00 56% Income of Boston 8.23 adjusted gross income as collect up to $100 k year of di- :dends a year. Then each of you think ought to be called." Miller worked and as LiberaLBut managerof Rock Bluff.

: War Lamb .70 26% Incorporated Inc ? 9.68 before or the new minimum vidends tax-free. Any dividends can exclude $100 on your joint He declined to name them. both Largo
Worthintn 1.50 39 Keystone K-2 ._ ... 5.56 standard deduction. The limit is received over the excluded ::return and get the entire $200 Special counsel L.P. McLen- he said be didn't come The Cedar Key project calls

i Xerox _. 81 Keystone S-3 "_ 16.48 still no more than $1,000. amount also were entitled to a :tax-free. don said he expects "the committee .into contact with the mortgages. for removing the existing frame
.q Keystone S-4 _' 4.59 Here's the new minimum de 4 per cent dividends received I Whether you already own or will reach some conclu-I He said Mr. and Mrs. dock and replacing it with a

duction. If you are a married credit This credit, in effect, cut are planning to buy stock, make sion this week on closing the Charles Hammond, controllersof solid fill structure. A 33-foot

: NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, MARCH 3 person filing a joint return, or your tax on the dividends over sure your setup permits you to investigation." Largo and Guaranty, took bridge is to be constructed, .:
'ff i New York Tlmo an unmarried person filing your $50 or over $100 by 4 points in collect your full amount of tax- The committee began its I.care of the mortgage part of spanning a channel to be dredged -

::1 High Low Close Net Chg. own return, your miimum stan- whatever tax bracket you were. free dividend income each year. probe after Baker resigned under their businesses personally.The at one end of the dock.

1.:} 25 Rails . 132.97 131.23 132.32 up .31 dard deduction is $200 plus $100 The new tax law chops the 4 This is quite a break for stock- fire last Oct. 7 from his Hammonds have been Low bidder on this project, at

: ? 25 Industrials 800.66 791.56 797.28 up 5.61 more for every personal exemption per cent dividends received holders. :$19,600-a-year post as secretary ;summoned to testify by Eldon $406,548, was Cleary Brothers ,

rt 50 Stocks 466.81 46139. 464.80 up 2.96 on the return in- credit to 2 per cent for 1964 and Tomorrow: How much cut to the Senate's Democratic ma- ,Swan, attorney for Guaranty. Construction Co.
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? What' your problem? For a general E4'Z HURTS: Ir; 111 x a1 ls! A01ER5IT'l:

"' reply I write to Abby, Box 3365

I Kidnap Mother Beverly Hills I Calif.. 90212. and 7 wa ,,r K.

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J DEAR ABBY: My brother, two sisters and I are married Abby, I am his wife! SO VDO FOLLOWED YOU IN THE LINE WANTEDOF FIANCEES LIPS ARE AS j STORY IN THE HISTORY
a and we all live in Oakland, California. My mother, who is Don't you think he should either refer to her by name, or UNROMANTIC FIANCEE I DUTY.." YOUR HONORHE DELICIOUS AS NERSTEAKS OF BRITISH CRIME!/ -?
her relatives there, but none of else as my "FIRST WIFE" or even my "FORMER WIFE"? HERE,AND BECAMETHE -NOT -, "
:J 76, lives alone in Illinois. She : Hs LOOT!!
1 h -them bothers with her. She has fought with every companionwe've I don't expect him to blot out the memory of 16 years with I 1 G V }....".L.: -

; hired to live with her, and she's getting to the point another woman, but it hurts me deeply to hear Roswell referto = Lf ja 1 '4'F .;:

1 !51'.j I :Where she shouldn't be living alone. (Her hearing is failing her as his wife.

:and she is very forgetful). I have begged her to come to HIS WIFE $ t .
I California and live with me, but she doesn't want to move. DEAR WIFE: The next time it occurs, correct him everso :0 f

v I If she wanted to be independent she could have her own apartment gently with, "Roswell darling I am jour wife. She is
near me, where I would be only minutes away if she jour former wife." Repeat the reminder until the memoriesof <

i\\ ( needed me for anything. She has plenty of money in the bank 16 years fade as they will. WERr, r fSAWlr n:

. I' and a monthly income. She refuses to move, and all she ., .,fi
; talks about is dying. I certainly can't move to Illinois.. What's DEAR ABBY: am 100 per cent with that man from California -
,It' the solution? who said that all women who wore slacks on the I
street should be fined. The woman who wrote in and told himto I
go jump in the,lake, should go jump in her Bible. I referto > r -AN'GUESS WHAT SHE 1 DOVE WANT THAR AIN'T NOTHINJ
DEAR NO NAMES Go to Illinois during the blistering heat BAILS
: Deuteronomy: Chapter 22 Verse 5 "The shall not wuz WEARIN;
of the summer' or the biting, bitter cold of the winter. "Kid- wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man AUNT LOWEEZY O'FIRE" A TACKY OL: QUILTED ,. 1 DOC PRITCHART, AUNT LOWEEZY-
nap" your mother and take her to Oakland. Once she sees put on a woman's garment: for all that do are abominationunto E H I OUT YONDER MUSLIN PETTICOAT.t .. UNK SNUFFY? SHE'S JEST GITTIN'

that Golden Gate she'll quit talking about the pearly ones. the Lord, they God." -IIt-I TALKIN'TOHERSELF o e 1t s WARMED UP FER
I DEAR ABBY: For two years I have been married to a *

man who had been married for 16 years to another woman. DEAR ABBY: Please tell "Popeye's Wife that LOVE, not 00c c a :* ;

b She passed away. Something has been irritating me, and I TEETH, is the magic ingredient which changes a kiss from r :

t. I don't know whether I should mention it to Roswell or not. nothing to something. 1IT
"He has the habit of referring to his first wife as "MY WIFE." ONE WHO KNOWS

I Night." 9:55 CD Sen. George Smathers Z 3-if t

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postponed appearance. O I Love Lucy 4D MOON MAID, AS WELL WITHIN MINUTES
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7:30 O O Virginian Carr managed to keep 6:00 Q Slimnastics O Password

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i Because he stands to until an accident put her I 6:10 CD Continental Classroom 2:30 O House PartyQ .
profit by an Indian war, in County General, cut-: 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac Q Doctors I ilk Bt1T'E3055 yl '/* SO WHAT? III
outlaw Mark Troxel ting off her supply of 6:30 O World CivilizationO 3:00: Q CD Loretta Young FLIP A NICKELTO SEE I WIN ME SEE SEEN ONE NICKEL
plans to kill the Siou chief liquor. Casey Vincent Pastors Study O To Tell The Truth WHO PAYS FDRTHE LUNCH Ynu PAY 'THE NICKEL >, YtxJ VE SEEN
; who's coming to talk Edwards. Zorba: Sam 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac 3:25 O News ILLTAKEHEADS THEM ALL

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I rumor that Cassius Clay, the certain problems to the Army,'talking to his commanding offi-,!we wanted him to do was become -
heavyvsc: !ht champion of the and we can't help wonder if the 'I a good soldier and be like I -

+n I world, will be drafted into the I Army is up to it. We take you! cer."I can't take it any more, everybody else." HAD LC5T THS ECCCNUKD AN: THE KK\\ HSEEMCE N6 CLEARS (LET Mr HAVS cat..CrIYYvN...
I'' United States Army. If Mr. Clay 'now to a U. S. Army training I Captain. You've got to relieveme. I "And what did he ?" rc'jc WITHHMAEJT BJREAU K CHECKIN3 PEOPLE WE'U. I4AVc AGAPE
"What's the trouble, Sergeant I am too pretty. I am too VEER? f15HTEfSURcrrISN'T ... LETTER CAM A2EI I LAP AND COME IN HERE.
--'I-Jt / $ OCHER ? great to be just a soldier. ]I A FAKE ? F'Z Mci
I AERIE "It's Pvt. Clay, sir. He's driv- think I should be a General. ]I >t i
BOTTOM.. ing me nuts. Every morning he would look General.' K''
i ACROSS 25.True to fact E L I 5 I AM. U L A great as a CI ,FF
1. Candlcnut: 27.Philippine TIM e.1: T R I G G E R gets up and says to me, 'I am|So I told him he couldn't be a < (r f
tree oil tree SCALP AN N_ the greatest. I am beautiful. I;I General, because he wasn'tqualified. U .

4.Mature 28.Burden I R A C A T A 5 'am thhe most wonderful recruit I And he replied, That's ole Nn 11
7.Object of 29.Revolved H I M 5 Eo L F TOR T I you have.' You can't imagine I what Sonny Liston said, that is 'ei '

orshij 31.Jcwrl URO SLAB RIO 1: what it's doing to the rest of the I what the sports writers said, ;> t Fa11I f
i. 11. Barrel 32.Buddha LOT U 5 coupon' :platoon." I'i and that is what the world said. i Vt.0

(I ta\e 33.Elephant A N E. LET 0 R 0 5 E- i i12.Negative "I know it's not pleasant, Ser But I have shown them. I put
tusk STUD STERE geant," the Captain replies, i I Sonny Liston in the hospital and rnI I
Tote 34.llinduun- "but you really can't expect me i he didn't mark me once. I will I
: 13.Gaming knovt god SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE to relieve because of that." 774 -
I Cubes 35.Needy you j fight any General for his job. //TrpvT IVc ALR'cA7COtdE
Ii 14.Foreword 36.Viscous 47.Command 6. Stain "You don't understand, Cap-,' The Captain starts to go white. Boy; T-w4t v s cNA Y I V\ AU. Th= POTS.'
II I 16. Graphite substance to a horse Slothfully tain. There's more to it than "What else did he say?" 6ocD g ,cC, hot?!

r, 17.Vogue: 39.Lemon DOWX Expire that. Just the other day we were I I "It isn't just what he says. =XT? sI

slang yellow 1.Eng.bull- 9.Edible on the rifle range and I was 'He's also been writing poetry. ... i r.tr
.. "'j 18.Near General's finch tuber trying to explain to him the im Listen to this, sir:
;I 19.Snowcrystal assistant 2.Impair 10.Conducted portance of being a good marks- The Army has had its day < 5
43.Individual 3. Garden 15.Shams man. He said, 'I don't need a And now it has Cassius Clay. = 2Y r

"'I 21.For thisreason 44.Upto-date flower 18.monk Buddhist rifle. I can beat anyone in the Do not worry and do not weep, -Z 53'F
I 45.Fall 4.Wild w
ass 19.Beat world with my hands. Just tell I will put the Russkies to
22.Palm fiber 46. Strife 5.Trimming
{ 20.Mark the Russians that Cassius Clay sleep.

( I Z. 3 W 4 5 G // 1 d J Th 21.Sneaky is in the Army and they will I am a tank, I am a gun, L I Mj t
J ; // // 22.Teaching shiver and shake. I will slaughter I'm not afraid of anjone. }

I 1/ yIZ iJ privately the enemy. I will make 0 joy, 0 tote, I am so great, I
I '/.1'': 23.Copycat mince-meat of them. Send me to I got Liston in seven and I'll CQ
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am your wea- get Khrushchev in eight"The ---

t!; 11 IIJ 0 "2;Time pon." Captain looks at the poem.
gone "I don't see anything wrong I"I guess I'd better talk to the 1'D UKE THAT..BUT I HALF SONA'S GONE. INCJPENTALLY ITS A6OUT6ONA
i /9 zo /: //: 2.. Taste Colonel about this. Where is *_ YOU,JUP6E. I HOPE YOU'RE )I WOULD UKE TO SEE DINNER WITH SOMA.' >_ / FOR A FEW TALK WITH YOU R.J.?
i!! zs l' 17 30.Reveler "But he said this in front of Clay now?" CALLING 70 TELL ME THAT /YOU/ COCLP: YOU HAVE DAYS .
32.Note oldie the platoon and now one wantsto 'The last I saw of him he YOUYE P6OPEP7O KJN. /DINNER WITH ME TDN16HT
t'f 14, W lj 30 scale learn how to fire a rifle. In was telling the reporters he
V 34.Retain fact, they're all mad about being wanted a match with the 82nd
!it "i 3Z 35: Cone cl drafted. One recruit said to Airborne Division The ENTIRE
I'J S .0: r'l'/ silver me, 'I don't see why the Army division."

>4 ('II )I'U.. ,; / '// 36.Lacuna.37. needs the rest of us when it has "Well, thank you, Sergeant.
3' 7 ,d / Jj fO .' G'psy Cassius Clay We could have all I'll tell the Colonel about your:
t / stayed at home." request." '
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|. South Sticks With LBJ Despite Rights StandBy Students Quit

poll of Valdosta high school and
By CLAUDE SITTONSfriu conservatives in the South. whites in the South and the "While many down this way Most believe that third partiesor of government and an appreciation whites in the South and else
> Uork aitwrfl: Mr. Johnson goes into the North felt he had gone too far, continue to shout and to proclaim unpledged electors are fu for the delicate arrange- where, placing Mr. Johnson in college students shows that 90
I battle with a number of pointsin too fast and was responsible to 'never to the evolving tile. Further, the national Dem- ment of checks and balances somewhat the same position in per cent smoke or did at some
CANTON, Miss. The forth- his favor, at the least of some degree for the racial cris issue in Congress, there is no ocratic leadership has become that is the genius of the American which Mr. Kennedy found him time. However, most of the
coming civil rights filibuster will which is that, as a Texan, he is. Thus he was on the de- question but what a civil rights less tolerant of such abberra- constitutional system. In self last year.Perhaps to kick the
raise the curtain on one of thet is the first Southerner in a fensive it attempting to over measure with teeth in it will be tions in its Southern wing and my opinion, Lyndon Johnson has youths are trying
most delicate political balancing century to hold the Presidency. ride opposition to his program. passed before summer is in its' have given some indicationthat the potential to become one of the President's sole habitA
T acts ever attempted by Presi- Political polls and other President Johnson does not zenith," he wrote. "Sooner or a continuation would endanger the country's great Presidents." advantage in the South if this
dent Johnson. soundings of sentiment indicate have this handicap despite his later the South will have to face I the seniority of South- Even in Mississippi, center of point were reached would be big complaint by the younger -
that he is highly popular among endorsement of the Kennedycivil reality and it is not going to be I erners in Congress.It I what neo Dixiecrat sentiment that summed up in a recent remark set is that when they quit
He must win Senate of aide Senator Bar-
approval a majority of the region's rights program. His com- much later." !remains, many highly placed an to smoking their eating increases.
of meaningful civil rights legis- civil is in I is r'lhly significant that I I Democrats ry Goldwater. "Johnson is goingto !
whites. This popularity showsno mitment to rights indicate that they "I haven't smoked now in five
I lation over the opposition of aI President Johnson's civil rights Representative HowardV..I: get the benefit of the doubt
he is Southerner (
apparent decline as the result -question because a are favorably disposed toward three
S small but powerful group 0 f result he position has cost him little if Smith, one of Virginia's leading i the President. from the Southern people," he days and I've gained
of his outspoken advocacyof As a can wagea [I "
I Southern opponents. And he the sweeping civil rights far more aggressive fight for any support among Southern Byrd Democrats and a key opponent said. pounds, wailed a pretty coed.There's .
must do this Democratic leaders is it civil bill I Nevertheless, the filibusterstill I I
in such a way as measure passed by the House. the bill in the Senate without nor of the rights ,
to bolster his strength among that would likely to do so unless it leads to has expressed the belief that presents a grave political
the criticism
Further, the Johnson risking
the liberals in the North without sentiment appears pro to extend, have met his predecessor. a mass popular disaffection. The President Johnson is the favoritein threat to the President.A I
arousing mass enmity among reason is that the party chiefs his state. series of civil rights dem-
i into those states that supported
I Most Southerners recognize and officeholders need him as onstrations is already in pro- no substitute
the Republican Presidential Even more striking are the I
r : the political realities of Mrs. much as or more than he needs gress. Seemingly endless debateon
ticket in 1960 Florida, Ten- words of Georgia's Senator
Johnson's and will tend them. the Senate floor the
Cost nessee and Virginia.In i I position Richard B. Russell, chief of the or for ENERGY !
t Living ito', pardon his vigorous supportfor The surging fortunes of Re- Southern filibuster forces in the emergence of an unacceptable
Florida, for example, a' civil rights legislation as publicans have struck fear in Senate. He was a very reluctant compromise would intensifiy
survey of elected officials, political I I an act of necessity. the hearts of Democrats from supporter of President Kennedy)I these protests and possibly I4
Up Under party leaders and the Moreover, there is an increas- Virginia to Texas. They see in in 1960. But in a speech last bring serious racial violence.
man on the street found that a ing realization throughout the the Johnson candidacy an These developments, in turn,
opportunity -month at Valdosta, Ga., he had
New Index majority believed Mr. Johnson South that the old social order to restore the party this to say: I could generate a backlash of an- .and sugar provides it quickly I'
could return the state to the must change, that it is only a unity necessary for combatingthis "President Johnson and I ti-civil rights sentiment among

Democratic fold and reverse a question of time before Negro threat. have enjoyed an intimate per-:

,I..r I WASHINGTON (AP) The trend set by Republican vic pressure breaches the barriersof These leaders long ago reach- sonal friendship stretching back I MORTGAGE 5 Vz% Interest MONEY
I government announced Tuesdaythat tories in three consecutive segregation. Many considerthe ed the conclusion that there over almost 30 years. I know Terms To 25 Years
a newly broadened sampling Presidential elections. The fight against the civil rights were no basic differences of that he is a man of unusual BUY BUILD REFINANCEcall
of prices in the nation survey was conducted by The I I bill a holding action. positions of the two national ability with an immense capac- sugar
showed living costs rose in January Florida Times Union, Miami I This realization has penetrated parties on civil rights and that ity for leadership. He has a fine DAN BYRD
Herald and St. Petersburg'' into Phil S:5 N.W. 13th St Flu FB 2-J5U
by about one-tenth of 1 I'(I Mississippi. none were likely to develop. understanding of the workings
cent. Times in 42 of the state's 67 i I Mullen, editor and publisher of ..
per counties. I II I II(I The Madison County Herald,
The new consumer price in- I I '
Even more surprising are I I I took note of it last week in dis-
dex, announced by the Bureauof FIINE FOOIDS "
Labor Statistics, showed it well-founded reports of Mr.l I I cussing reaction to the failureof
Johnson's in Missis-' Southern to
strength .
costs $10.77 to the items ''
buy ''' H:
that cost one cent less in De sippi, whose eight unpledged I I defeat the rights measure. << "'J< ..m'
cember.A electors cast their votes '
spokesman said the new Senator Harry F. Byrd of for'l'I MAYiT II ? ,..,, ', .qrlh ..
ginia in 1960, and in a tf.C. <.. ,. .=':'=$, ,
index covers a range of 400 typ- ::tJN;'''!:'' : N
six of whose elector votes wentto :::;: '
consumer items, comparedwith I JL' NE
the Senator. J '
about 325 in the old statis- :
tical measuring device. Another factor in the Presi- r : Business $.. ....x. m "(
dent's favor he for "
The old index showed no as presses Aute '/1F' kr i t < ;:PI
enactment of the civil rights bill
change over the month.
is the sharp difference seen by i Home I
"The new index more accurately -
voters in his position on the : Life z1ooEEe's M.r.tt
reflects the
movementof I i q' r
issue and that of President
said Arnold Chase
prices Kennedy. i t 215 14.11.1st .
the bureau's assistant commissioner Street
Mr. Kennedy's commitment PRICES GOOD
for wages and prices. 372-1449 GILT EDGE STAMPS HAVE TURNED TO GOLD
to the cause of Negro '
Increases in food, fuel and advance-'I t7 a Thru Sat. Mar. 7th
gasoline prices were largely responsible -ment was ) Your Gift Edge Stamps are still good Turn them ,

for the increase.
I Food advanced four-tenths of GAINESVILLE'S FAVORITE in for more valuable Gold Bond Stamps. MAZOLA PURE

. 1 per cent. This was largely due NOON MEAL SPOT IStamatttlla's FREE COLD BOND STAMPS CORN OIL K Kra' r+, /:
r to green vegetables, which were .
up more than 20 per cent; eggs, this coupon and $8 worth of groceries 48-oz. Bottle l t
t which were up more than 6 per 15 69
I 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE Good at Meade & Williams
cent, and sugar which_also rose. -. i .
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IDA THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT OF CIRCUIT.FLOR. ll' JUDGE IS THE ALACHVA COURT OF COtVTV.THE COUNTY Hitchcock Show Switched to NBC I 1st Methodist ;'music Methodist at Jacksonville will lead Riverside the-

IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY: :ID* fl.Oa.1 "Fun Singing" group.
IN CHANCERY. 1 ESTATE Clt ; To Host Music [

GEORGE J. REIFSTEK t FOR His show has been bought by; NBC schedule after this season. : ie made by- both Miss :Monroe I i I A class on music in the new
vs. :NOTICE 01Jo'ILl G PETITIOX 5Crw $nrk JTtmr ; : :

ETRULA SMITH. REIFSTECK. |UNM OrstHUlGE OF ADMIN the National Broadcasting Company -! I and Clark Gable, were ]leased Workshop curriculum will be conducted
Defendant ;1VTRATRIX

THE STATE NOTICE$ OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND iTO TO Notice ALL ia WHOM hereby IT gi MAY-*n CONCERN that CottA ) (NBC), which will schedule I II '! The American Broadcasting I from United Artists Teleusion : The First Methodist Church jointly by Mrs. Gene Smith,

: ETRULA SMITH REIFSTECK Lht B\SH\W has Wed her final returns NEW YORK Alfred Hitch- Company has leased 30 motion| Other films : .Mrs Charles Beall and Mrs.
Exodus a'
: from 10 to 11 are
whose resdence address is Route \. j as Administratrix of the state I I lit Mondays p.m.1; ,will host a workshop on church
V/alhalla. South Carolina ,of Phillip P. Bashaw deceased; that I cock, whose television future had pictures feature films produced I four-hour film that will be Aubrey Reece. all of the host

YOJ are hereby notified has been that filed a complaint in:the Admmutralnx bat filed her Pet I NBC had planned to present between 1958 and 1962 for televising -. presented -; I music for the Gainesville District church.
against you and that been doubt will right on
,Lion for Final Discharge j in go in two "The Facts ;
the above-entitled Court by George J she will" apply to the Horvorab'e! H. "The Eleventh Hour" on : next season on Sundays parts; Methodist churches on Sat-
divorce i next i-
he seeks a being ghoulish
RcifMeck wherein genially I \on-I
Ii. McDonald. County Judge .f AUch : 1 I IOf Life." "Road To "
You hereby required to file from 9 to 11 The films. Hongkong
are ,
written defense to the complaint ,ua County Florida on 9 .March)season on a different network. :days at 10 p.m. next season. p.m. urday. j 'dewOlIVEIN
yoor and serve 14 for approval of the same and lor them "Some Like It "Bird Man Of Alcatraz" "The
Wim the ClerK Of said Court -- --- --- among
fiiul Discharge as AdminUUatnx of the series in which Ralph ,
I a copy. Karlene of same C. upon Hun "Plaintiff. 11 We t attorney. University -.the Estate of Phill;p P Bashaw : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLOR-i Bel-I'Hot," starring Marilyn Monroe Miracle Worker" "The Vikings -; Music workers in the communit.s :
the Estate of Phi'Up! P. Bashaw. ilamy plays a psychiatrist,
en or Avenue toN 194 and intha -*. CORLtE BASIIAWAdmini.trstrhc I AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY televised on Wednesdays is Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis, ," "A Hole In The Head," other churches as well,
hto20 vmMen'' of the IN CHANCERY. and "The Misfits the last M..fa'a.Raa4 if.20 Fl 6.301?
event you fail your mov- "
"Pocket Full Of Miracles "Kid from the denominat ion's
confesso will be entered frhaw deceased Plaintiff Gallahad "Follow LAST 2 TIMES
WITNESS my hand and official seal Richard J Wilson j; "s. __ __ __-- --- area churches may attend the'
*t Gainesville. Alachua County Fierida -.Attoinev at I-aw 1 CLAUDE IA. BEASLEY IN THe CIRCUIT COURT OF THE' Dream" "The Young Doctors," Now e 2 Suspense Hits!

this 17th day of February 1964.p ','Gainesville Florida I Defendant IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN I I EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND! "The Naked session, slated to run from : O First Run .
I. of Circuit Court (:uI..G) 2:12. 19! 26! 3:4: I TO: CLAUDE /A. BEASLEY File No 1164 CHANCERY Bulda" t!9:15 a.m. to 4 p.m. The $2 registration -, BETTE DAVIS
Alachua County Florida c-o R.C.A. Corporation I IN RE: ESTATE OF INTERNATIONAL MINERALS & :
fee includes lunch. "DEAD RINGER"2nd
C'erk! I i PLEASE TAKE NOTICE tnat I Suit SWICK.Deceased.
Deputy 8
authorized to do Hit at
NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARINGThe ,a corporation p.m.
I t (SEAL) I City Plan Board will hold a Public ; for divorce has been filed against you NOTICE OF PROBATETO 'business in the State of Florida IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' Participating in the session : Joan Crawtord Bette Dot is
(3090)) _2:1g. _2 6;__3:1.: 11 Hearing on March 19. 1964. at 8:CO. by Marlene Bass Beasley your wife. ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN Plaintiff COURT OF FLORIDA IN AND. FOR '
Plaintiff. in the Circuit Court of the WHATEVER HAPPENEDTO
'P. m in the Aud,tor Kim of tile Utilit. t Eighth .Judicial Circuit. in and for Ala' ,',; THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT: vs- ALACHUA COUNTY IN CHANCERY will be Grant Pullen of St. Petersburg's -
j IN THE C I R CUlT COURT. EIGHTH tn Operations Center 555 Southeast |chua County Florida. You are hereby i You are hereby notified that a writ. H. W. HAGUE and wife JANES. :' VIRGIL E. KEENE. BABY JANE?
!I i ili JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Sm Avenue, Gainesville. Florida. to required to file your answer or other|ten instrument purporting to be the last HAGUE et al, Plaintiffvs First Methodist, con- -
; ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA consider: pleading' with the Clerk of the Court will and testament of said decedent,, Defendants I STARTS FRIDAY
class anthem read
i I Keeter has been admitted to probate in said;'i i MORTGAGE FORECLOSUREi 'I PEARL NOBLES KEENE. ducting a on
II IN CHANCERY I. A request b* Pat to rezone and serve a copy thereof upon Plain-I I CHILDREN OF THE DAMNED
FEDERAL SAVINGS Retail Business to Court. 'i NO 11819 DefendantDIVORCE '
FIRST from BR 2 ( ) t"f's attorney James E. Clayton ing. Robert Hoffelt, minister of
I AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OFt BA.2 (Business Automotive) the property Post Office Box 26 Gainesville FlorIda .: You are hereby commanded within NOTICE OF SUIT .
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-- -
JACKSONVILLE described as: : than 201 h of six calendar months from the date of THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: TO NOTICE OF SUIT
Pla ntirf. The Soutn SI 55 feet of lots 3 rcIf"0. 64.th 'h iseda decree I ttt first publication of this notice to MONTELLE BOONE. whose last : : PEARL NOBLES KEENE
'YS- and 4 of replat of W >,a of : pro confesso will be entered against: appear in said Court and show cause, known address was Newberry YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
t OLUS A. HARRIS and IMOGENE 1! block 19. Brush Addition. as you I if any you can. why the action of said Road. Gainesville, Florida. Complaint for Divorce has been filed *
E. HARRIS. his wife; and BENEFICIAL per plat recorded in Plat : DATED this 17th day of February.I Court in admitting said will to probate : YOU APE HEREBY NOTIFIED fiat I against you, and you are required to
FINANCE CO. and SUSAN Book A, page 16. of the current A. D. 1944 'should not stand unrevoked a suit for mortgage foreclosure has been serve a copy of your Answer or'
1 WILLIAMS. I public records of Alacua !\-,, J. B. CARMICHAEL H. H. MCDONALD filed against you in the above entitled I Pleading to the Complaint on theplaintiffs

Defendants County. Florida. Clerk of the Circuit Court I County Judge, Alachua County, cause. regarding the following described Graham attorneys Lazonfcy! Dell. TODAY W3 CHINES
Willcox & Barber Post 01'lice ,
NOTICE TO DEFEND This property Is located at the BY EMILY WATERHOUSE Florida property: i m _
f' IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OFII : Kortrteast corner of Northwest 3rdStreet Deputy Clerk (Court Seal) : Commence: 18.64 chains West of the file the Box 123 Gainesville Florida and 1 13 55-6 50-9 JKTUK1T10UIflUFWIW
original Answer 35
or Pleading :
Court Seal) Southeast corner of Section 33Town-
FLORIDA: and 1st Avenue. (3111) 2:26; 3:4. 11. II m the I
TO. Olus A. Harris and Imogen E. 2. A request by Investment Property : (3093)_ 2:19 26: 3:4. 11 ship i 8 South. Range 19 East thence cuit Court office cf the Clerk of the Cir.
Harris. his wife Builders, Inc to rezone from I 1---' -- North 10.20 chains; thence West to on or before 23 March.
CALL FOR BIDS 1964 If you fail to do so judgment by
II 3718 Las Pal".ClSGalv.slon. i| SC (Shopping Center) to R 2 (Multiple a corner on the West line of Lot 6;
Seated default will be entered
bids will be received the againstyou
in City iv THE cmctrr
COURT. FOUR thence South 10.20 chains to South-
Family Residentlal.Low Density) the
I Hail Waldo. Florida. at 2 CO for the relief demanded in the
described : p m on TEEVTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF vest corner of Lot 6: thenca East to
that property as:
You are hereby notified a the 11th of March. 1964 tor the Complaint
day demolition THE STATE Of
'FLORIDA IN AND cent i fling 25 acres,
Block H, First addition Carol Esi
: In equity has been brought against you to or removal of a building on FOR BAY COUNTY.NFXUF This 17th day of February. 19sf.
and BENEFICIAL FINANCE COW PANY -i tales less the North 70 feet and the Section 26060-2S03 in Alachua County. M\YDCL more or J. B. CARMICHAEL, Clerk of BOlTYOfIRD
t and SUSAN WILLIAMS. by FIRST I'West 41015 feet thereof This building is located on the right of Plaintiff ALSO i the Circuit Court of Alachua
Commence at the one-half mile post
This is located
LOAN ASSOCIATION property at the
t FEDERAL SAVINGS AND of Cojnty Florida
U.S. 301 in Orange Heights :
(laCy 'soP.T on the South boundary line of Fractional -I
Northwest corner of Northeast 16th Ey EMILY WATERHOUSE
OF ;No bid will be considered unless it Is ;
corporation in the Circuit Court Eightn 1! Avenue and 12th Street submitted the official J. MANDIi.L.Defendant. Section 4, Township 9 South,; Deputy Clerk
on proposal form
i ; Range 19 East outside of North line I .
Judicial Circuit in and for AlachuaCounty I 3. A request by Ed Campbell to rezone provided by the State Road Depart- (Court Seal)
,I Florida. and you are hereby from K.3 (Multiple Family Resi.dentialHioh merit Such proposal forms and NOTICE OF UEN'SLF FORECLOSURE of Arredondo Grant. run East IT'a I (3092)) 2:19,26; 3: 4, 11
mfor IN THE NAME Of THE chains to stake at lane. North alone -- -- -- --- ._
.......m ft.d. ardered and required to file Density to BR.2 (Retail t mation regarding this Call for Bids -
P -- or --- --- --------- -- -
'' STATE OF FLORIDANOTiCE lane 12.39 chains to Township Line
written Answer; or defenses to theComplaint Business) the property described as' ,inspection of the I
your buildings may be obtained -
Is hereby that between Townships 8 and 9. Range
given in
Commence at the Northwestcorner
filed herein against you in
"' from C. L. Wilson. District Chief. with Order and Decree heretofore 19, thence West on line 21.$ chains

Office of the South ,
in the. of block
( tie above entitled cause Florida State Road Department Lake What'*
entered In the Circuit Court of South 16"2 degrees Southeast 13.25 @ wrong
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and 14. Brush Addition as recorded City. Florida. .
for Alachua County. Florida at his Of \ in Deed Book 0-218. R u nthence Each bid must be accompanied the fourteenth Judicial Circuit of the chains to beginning in Section 4, @ c99. ; 't with these boys! All
t by acashiers
in GainesvilleFlorida South 3l'i East State of Florida. in and for Bay County Township f South. Range I* East
in the Court House '
fee check or other noncancel in the above style cause therein containing 23 acres more or less they want to do is
on or before the 31st day ofMarch 100 feet. North 31'* feet, and I able instrument in an amount equal to ; @
1'". and to serve a cop/\ of suAnswer ? _!II" ;;;t 100 feet to.the point of be- SI 00.00 for each item on each proposal pending 1964. be on the undersigned 29th day, cf January, ALSO Eta of SEU of SE', Section 17. @ play with guns'FRANK
TOWERS or BAILEY.defenses JONES upon 8. GAY!t 11.aiir,: o. :::t: .1 619 1, form.the bidder This deposit if successful.is a guarantee will enter that into -;Master being appointed b/ aidS Order Township 8, Range 19 Alachua I Ii @ I Iir
: ad. |[ offer for sale and sell to tbe hilh-I i County. Florida.
Plaintiff attorneys herein whose Northwest 2nd Street i a written contract in
,| keeping with ''a'm and best bidder for cash at the and thatou are hereby required to @
dress is Florida Title Building. Jack. ;: 4. A request by Robert C. Cum- the terms of his proposal. Deposits sub- I
i of other
serve a
front answer
of or
door thelachua copy your
Florida before said mmgs to from R la ,
SOfw.lle; 2 on or rezone (Single'Family : milled by unsuccessful bidders will be @i
Courthouse Gainesville. written defense upon George T. Dun-
Florida :
date as required by the laws of Residential) to RP (Residen- returned Immediately
and the 1954 Florida Rules of Civil | Professional) the property described ..I mination of successful bidd..rLThe following deter Florida between the legal hours of I il lap III. of Tomasello & Campbell, plain.tifra t @ .
as sale to-wit: II:00 a.m.0 2:00 P. mon :I attorney, whose address is P. 0. Ij'j' 'JiR @
Procedure.It :
Department reserves the right to Drawer 30 155 West Davidson Street. @
the 23th day of February, 1964. the' or
fail to do a Decree Pro Con Lot 78 I UUUt!;
so. seventy-eight of Flor reject
you any or all bids and to
waive @
described real property located :I Bartow, Florida, on or before the 31st
following I'
will be entered against you for the al Park a subdivision technical ,I@
lesso as re- errors as be
may deemed best '
in High Springs, Alachua County :day of March AD. 1964 and before
relief demanded in the Complaint. corded in Plat Book O page 7. for the interest of the State OO @
I .
thereafter to file with
or -
You further notified that the naturr This property is located at the South. MANAGEMENT Florida to wit-
I the Northeast Corner of the Clerk of the above styled Court the I
at ,
t of said suit is for a foreclosure of II west corner of Northwest 13th Street
executed by and re-1 I I' 'I BRANCH Block 28 in G. E. looter's Addition original of said answer or said written @ :
a Mortgage you and 36th Place. Right of Way Division I.defense. if any
to the Town. now City
co'ded in Mortgage Book 226. pages 105- i 5. A request bv Claude M. Franks FLORIDA STATE ROAD : j
If fail to do decree :
you so. pro con
of High Springs. Florida. and run ; (
ilL the Public Records of Alachua '
of I to rezone from R 3 (Multiple FaMil I
fesso will be dy 1f@OOW :
entered for the
against you ;
Florida. the following described -! (3,13). J 26 APARTMENT Westerly along the South line of )
S tojnty. upon R.sid..ntial-High Density) to RP (Rev : ; 3: relief demanded in the COMPlaint. :'
North 1st Avenue SO leet to pointof I
property situate lying and bPI idMitial.Professional) the property <*e.' i
IN -C R WITNESS hand and official seal Ii
tog in Ala hua County. Florida to-wit: I scribed as: THE j T-CDURT-OF THE beginning of tract of land her* my I @EF
Block Two (2) of | EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN in described; run Southerly 100 of office at GainesvUle. Alachua County :
Lot One (1)
Inc North 80 feet Of the East t'I 'I
I wood. a Subdivision as per" GI.n-I'I I ICO feet of Block 4. Brush Ad.. AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. FLO feet parallel with West 1st Street AD Florida. this 20th day of February, @ i : '
corded in Plat Book "B," i eition to Gainesville as record ),RIDA IN CHANCERY. run Westerly 25 feet. parallel with 1964J. 6. CARMICHAELClerk 1' tiM @
INSTITUTE Easterly alone the
FOR thence
of the Public Records of Alachua ed in Deed Book 0-2)8 ESSENTIAL run
'i HOUSING. INCPlaint.tf.. North 1st Avenueto Circuit Court : @
South line of
j County Florida The property is 1 located at the South. I (SEAL) : L1 E OO
i The name of the Court in which this) west corner of Northeast ftth Avenue,: point of beginning
1 Suit has been instituted is Circuit Court :! and 2nd Street : vs to satisfy: the indebtedness of Pat JMandet ,f BY; EMILY WATERHOUSE :
: E. D DAVIS. also known the defendant mentioned in Deputy Clerk : ;
County. i
eighth Judicial Circuit. Alachua as ELBERT s. \\7L00
6. A request by Mrs. Beulah 0 (3112) 2:26; 3:4, H. 11
title of DAVIS and his wife. ELLA Order and Decree a certified .
i Florida. and the abbreviated Evans to rezone from BR.2 (Retail 1 MAE said I ,
and 'DAVIS. and LEILA of which baa been recorded in .
flit case is First Federal Savings (l Business) to RP (Residential Proles, ROBINSON copy @
\ a widow. official Record Book
poration.loan Association Plaintiff of vv Jacksonville Olus A. a Harris cor t Sional) the property described as: Defendants 264 Alachua at Page County 26! @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ @

! 1 and Imogene E. Harris. his wife and. I I lot Lot 3 2 Of and block the North 1 of Wilson 30 feet of SO ,: NOTICE OF SALE Said property ihall be sold subject j T full lb. KC III( ...CCIIIPwI ...SillS @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@

bene'icial Finance Co. and Susan WilI as recorded in Plat Book A. Notice is hereby given that. pursuant 1 to the existing first mortgage held by' SIRLOIN STEAK
'anas. Defendants i to a Final Decree of Foreclosure. High Springs Bank dated July 31. DEAN
I page 55. less U percent for : :j ANITA
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that this part In street entered in Case No. II785-C. in The Clr. 1961 and recorded in Machua County $1.95 URSULA
: Order and Notice shall be published I This property is located at the South i\(cut Court of Alachua County, Florida official Record Book 11. Page 293..
once (n a week for four (A) consecutive east corner of Southwest 2nd Avenue'j': 'on February 27. 1944. I will sell the which the successful purchases must j -lb. $1.50 SHyjRAiflARTINEKBERGANDRESS
f weeks" in The Gainesville Daily Sun. a ,and 3rd Street ;property situated in Alachua County. assume In addition to the amount of'
newspaper p u b I i shed in Gainesville, IIt i! 7. A request by E. E. Hollowayto Florida described as: the bid. the highest and best bidder I
Florida and having a general car ula- rezone trom R-7 (Multiple Family Lot Eleven (U) of Block Two,shall be required to deposit and pay : Georgia Country
I I tlon in Alachua County Florida J Residential-Low Density to RP (Rex Brannings Srcoo: Addition to the special Master a Special Ma,-, LAST DAY !
WITNESS I my hand as Clerk i of the ntial-Prof.nj"nal) the property described I toValdo.. Florida. lying .ter'u fee of S2S.00( and also the tostt'incurred HAM STEAK 4 rOR TIJXAS!
1 said Circuit Court of Alachua County. as: and being in Section Fourteen I by the Special Master in Grits and Red-Eye Gravy I I "CAPT. NEWMAN"
f lortda and the seal of the sad Court Commence at the Southeast (14)) Township Eight (8)1 publishing the Notice of foreclosure
J. at Gainesville? Alachua County Flori. South' Range Twenty one Sale. I i and
corner of the intersection of I :
l' da. on the 25th day of ebruary. A.D.. Northwest tth Street and 14th (21) East at public sal-f. to Said sale fchall be subject to con. Good Eating. Podner at the LISTON-CLAY TOMORROW at
1964 the highest and best bidder Court and deed to .
C Avenue run thence South 6SO for cashat firmation by the
J. B, CARMICHAEL. feel run thence East 285 teet ;, the North door of the Alachua Coun. I'I the successful purchaser will tint beiseued TOWER HOUSE FIGHT FILMS 3jyf. 1:00, 3:05, 5:13.7:21,9:29
Clerk of the Circuit Court run thence North 650 feet and ty Court House in Gainesville Flori! until after confirmation of ale I .
%. Alochua County. Florida I. run thence West 285 feet to da. between the hours of 11:00 A.II.. I I has been entered I 210 E. Univ. Ave. 11 .
(COURT SEAL) I the point of beqmning all be- i and 2:00 P. M, on Monday March 16 The Special Master's Deed to the _
By: Emily Waterhou f 19o4 successful purchaser when executed '
I ing and lying in the SE '4 of ---- -
Deputy Clerk Section 3?. Township South. DATED this 28th day of February 'shall contain the following provision: -- -- -
13110) 2:26: ; 3'4, II. iSy i I Range 20 Cast, Alachua County A. D. 1964. "The United States of America
------------ ---- J. f
----- I 1 Florida. CARMICHAEL, has the right of redemption *
_. ; Clerk of the Circuit Court this property for and during a
This property is located on andiaround
By: Emily Wa' rhou period of one year from the date
the Southeast corner ot North-
test 4th Street and 14th Avenue |' Deputy Clerk of this deed as provided by Title
t. A request by Norwood W. Hope I (Circuit Court Seal) 28 Section 2410. U. S. Code"
I{Watson & Long \\HNEvSS my hand and seal this
to rezone from R Ib (Single Family
R..sid..nlialto BP Business and Professional )(Attorneys at Law : 7ih day of February. l<*4S .
; J B
y ) the property described as: Gainesville .
Lot of Woodland Terrace Un.it Florida' j As Special Master -
t 4 as recorded in Plat BookF. (3133) 3'4 1300>7) 2:1%. 19. 26; 3:4 h.. f1r.
49 j M \ /j
page .
This property is located at the I S S l. ;; $ '; .?O'<.v S': &;: A4;,:'t: If
Northeast corner of West University ; ,.
Avenue and Northwest 1st Court. enJoYing your
,. A request by Norwood W. Hope 1 ::;; ; :: ,
110 rezone from Rib (Single Family ) /.> ::: r :':'t 5 .z,5:. A'( .
I Residential) to RP (sid"ntial-Pro- : -
fessional) the property described as vacation'i: ;: :
Lois 10 11. 12 and 13 of' ,
I Woodland Terrace Unit 4 as : "'"
recorded in Plat Book F, 'rr. : "
paqe 49. ,I 1 *t 5> ;i// ; \( ;
;I, This property is bounaed by South- ., INITARKET .,
I I west 35th Terrace Hogtown Creek .
I II West University Av nuf'. and the New i N"\ /

1 I berry 10. A Road.request by the. abutting property I I F'1jg S':

owners to close an alley running between \)
lots 30. 31. 40. and 41 in Madison -
Park' Subdivision at recorded in ,
Plat Book F. page 3 ,
: 11 A tequest by Norwood W. Hupe ; flu ; :,,/"\
Your SUN to rezone trom R.lb (Single Family : "
Residential to Bl 1.2 (Business Institutional /
I '
) the property described as
Carrier IsCounting | LoS 10 H 12 and I: of : I ...
Woodland' Terrace Unit 4 as recorded ---..
; .n Plat Book F page 49, JACKSON'S NEW LOW "
On I Th,- property is bounded by South Everyday PRICES r-
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Wcdntstfay, March 4, 1964 Gainesville Sun

13-Help Male or FemaleExp.
=== 35 House For Sale 35 Houses for Sole

; secretaries. salary open HOUSES FOR SALE: 3-BR J-
.. Cashier-hostess attractive WANT-AD RATESPH. IF you want a spacious: home In Bath central heat with fire
White housekeeper $25 wk. excellent condition end en toy place. NW 47th Terrace. Price
Bookkeeper. salary open 1- emaIl town contentment, phone $15.900.

Exp. Waitress. salary t. comm. 3728441for for appointment to see this 3 CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3. BR
Exp. mechanics bedroom home on large beeutt- 1-bath SE 4ith Terr. 9500.
Store trainee hi sehl. grad. ful lot In Micanopy. $12.200. Payments $65 per mo.
Things Off. trainee hi schl. grad. DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES 2BRbath.. SE 44th Terr $4-500.
Tree surgeon. foreman. $2 Pt,. FR 2-2511 825 N.W. 13th St. $45 per mo.
You Auto salesman Exp. Classified And also some trade-in Houses.
Short order grill man Only NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2blt" Call FR 6-7466.
Insurance trainee $100 wk. 1 -. Central heat, central .air
Route salesman. Levy Co. cond. Northwest. 119,000. Call
CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. DEADLINESTues. 376-2927. McKinneyGreen
To 120 SE 1st Ave.

Phone 3748234PLACEMENT thru Frt. papers-5 pm. Day before publication I 3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On
= Acre lots. oo out NW lefts Avenue
For ads to go In Sun. paper-11:00 a.m. Set.
St. Intersecton.
SERVICE to 43rd
For ads to go in Men. p.per-1 p.m. Sat.
Office Professional turn right. go approximately I
Technical I mile. see sigii on left.
(Minimum ad 4 lines)
College GraduatesFor I T. D. ZETkOU R, BUILDER
appt. call 372-4377 :: t-R .-..... DeatonREALTORS
1 -12oo A.M. 2-4 00 P.M. = FAMILY RATES I

Monday through Friday 113 N. W. 25th Street Near Cam
Can PERSONNEL CENTER 1 Insertion ............................................... 34c lIne Eii pus. 3 IS 1<.. den, oak floors.
10 NW 2nd Avenue 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line garage. Central neat fenced
Insertions .............................................. 17c lint on paved street. 11X900. Phone LittlewoodHere
LABORATORY technician. Some m 12 Insertions ........."...' .'.. ......' '.....' .. 14c lint owner at 3727169.
training and experience In analytical I Total. charge computed' by j multiplying i 'i ii. lines x" rat earned Is the house that will suit
Read.yTo chemistry & bacteriology x number of insertions. 3 BEDROOM Mock house for sale. your needs. It has the location
preferred. Call 374-4401 for appt. 2 Baths. Would like $500 equity right by the school. It has
I and take up payments. Call FR 3 B.R. 2 baths. Fla. rm.-Kitchen

WANTED cook full or part time. 6-4UO. combination Central heat -
Apply Texan Barbeque 481-2455. g 5 Five 'letter words per line only 1)4,500 Can be FHA
Hawthorne. Iii CAROL ESTATES. 3 BR 1\J financed One yr. Owners
!i bath/ bricn home, doubt car- have left town and must sell

LABORATORY TECHNICIAN. mini Same as 2 lines port, Ig. utility rm. Located 2208 You should investwate before you
You mum 3 years college. Accountant 8 Pt. ordinary type I NE 15tn Terr. To see call 376- buy. Call FR 23417.

male full charge. $100 to 1125 1472 for appt._
Buy! Buy per week. Apply 10-12 a.m. 2-4 12 Pt. Same *' 3 lines :: AnglewoodBeautiful
p.m. PERSONNEL CENTER. ordinary type NO qualifying. By owner 4 bedroom
102 N.W. 2nd Ave. 2 bath FHA financed. 3 B.R. 2 Bath home
m Same IS 4 lines Small down payment. 3009 N.E. surrounded by spacious, park

| AQ Pt e ordinary type 12th St. FR 2-6590._ like grounds-equipped with under

16-Work Wanted Female ground sprinkler system This
Use house has many attractive extras -
YOUNGAMERICA and must be seen to be
24 P t. Same as S lines appreciated let' us show It to
WANTED |lob as a practical nurse ordinary type you. Call FR 23417.
and companion. Have own car.

: Person '. Call 374-1549. Florida Park

ENVELOPE addressing and professional will not b responsible for than
.1 The Gainesville Sun more on HOMESPRESENTS This Is a most attractive 4
typing to your specifi incorrect insertion nor will it be liable for any error In advertisement -
B.R. 3 Bath home with
cation. Reasonable rates. fast to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied ..
service. Write Box 342-A.. Gainesville &! by the item in the advertisement. No adlustment will excellent features Large well
To E landscaped lot, L.R. with pan-
Hire Sun.BABYSITTING. be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of NEW BRICK
H eled wood burning fireplace plus
the advertisement.
: cooking or cleaning I an entertainment room more
t 5 afternoons. Can furnishown MODELSOPEN than 2.200 sg. ft. of extraordinary

t PersonWant transportation. Phone 374- The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or reElecting 10 am. Til Dark living space and all correctly
8103. created tor gracious living. You'llbe
any advertisement which It deems objections! and to
I S change the classification of any advertisement from that org FEATURES : proud to be the owner of this
home In the exclusive northwest
18 Schools & Instructions dered to conform to the policy of the paper. Fireplaces
section. Shown by appointmentonly

No Screened Custom kitchen porches cabinets with McKINNEY-GREEN,

, Longer ._, ..... _. Inc.
1 1st Lesson Free """n .n. .. .. "" "" Oversized bathrooms
DIWIIIUUlllllllllllillI.... ._UIIlDllllllllI....... ,.. .. Ii
Plus many ether custom

Harvey's Real Estate 35 Houses for Sal. 35 Houses for SaI'DON'T features Fred Guy ASSOCIATESJ. Virginia A. Power

I LICENSE COURSE VA & FHA Col. J. W. Davis Jayne Butterworth
218 W. Unlv. Ave. FR 6-3507 3 BEDROOM home. air conditioned MISS THIS Multiple Listing

3723727. wall to wall carpeting 4 Bedroom 3 baths large living. TERMS "
t AdsS MEN-WOMEN AGE 1855 throughout the home. Draperies. dining and Florida rooms. on JUST $97 A MONTH Incl. T Ii..

, Wanted ImmediatelyTo Situated on large wooded lot. IVi acre corner lot. 1259 NW 60th distance to elementary Gets this 3 BR. Ui bath, homeon
\ Train For Sale price $14.850. $1,000 down St. FR 22413. 1 Jr. High Schools Shopping & big N.W. lot on dead-end
CIVIL SERVICE call 376-1148. Weekdays after $ street. $16,000 gets big kitchen
Offering p.m. Anytime on weekends.BY BY OWNER, Hibiscus Park Fin- with pantry hardwood floors,
i Good pay more security. vacation ley School Area 3 Bedroom finished Churches.YOUNG separate BR. wall to wall car

and sick leave pay. OWNER. 3 bedroom. 2 bath upstairs. Fireplace Phone peting. gas logs est. shrubs and
. For free information and home in Fine S.W. residential FR 2-0992.) lawn. Fenced yard. and other
local Interview write area. Near Schools and shopping. AMERICA f"tur.571' N.W. 19th Lane

I 4 American Service FHA financing available. Call J. W.- "
BY OWNER, leaving town this
: Box 348-M Gainesville Sun. FR 2-2727. or drive by 124 S.W.
Need week. Must sell to best ofter
or 40th St.
'J 3 Bedroom. 2 bath CCB house.
, FREE COURSE I IN LIFE KirkpatrickHANDSOME MO.SO monthly payments. Total
INSURANCE NEW HOMESPriced 34th & 7th Avenue price $13,350. 3854 N.W. 14th

Enrollments are now being accepted 372-7070 PI. Phone 376-0213.
Lines for a 6 weeks course for from $12,700 to $18.000 traditional home with Phone

adults. Designed to give lay people NO MONEY DOWN VA four bedrooms three baths, banquet FOR SALE BY OWNER NW
a better appreciation of life pay only $100 closing sized dining room. and Section 3 BR, 2 bath CCB.
insurance, its uses advantages, Best terms FHA all the other space and central heat, built-in appliances.
'. and careers available in the Free lifetime Swim Club Membership design that make It one of the INVEST Large utility room dbl carport,

field. Classes will begin on Tuesday most beautiful residences in paved street, on sewer Small

10 Mar. 10 at 7.30 until HUGH EDWARDS Gainesville. Custom detailingand TAX down payment. FR 4-4774 after t
P.M. In the Peninsular Insurance special quality throughout p.m.
i Office. 5 SW 2nd Place. Thereis INC. will appeal to the discriminating
MUST SELL $450 down, S13.SOO.
RentCLASSIFIED buyer who Is
cost. obligation fees.
no or
Phone 372- 707. N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th Street willing to pay the higher REFUND 3 BR, Ig. panelled living rm.
price. & dining area Ig. kitchen nice
372-1551 OWNER LEAVING TOWN so this _!tot._1425 NE 7th Terr. FR 23114.
22 Services
Days Special lovely ranch type bungalow is Thats right! Your best investment -
$250 DOWN uw on the market. Panelled MERRILLExcellent
"LIKE NEW That's what you'llsay Florida room off the din-
about clothes cleaned at 2 BR frame house located on ing area is perfect for entertaining. for your tax refund -
AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2 NW 12th Terr. $55 per month. One of the
hr. service; free pickup and bedrooms Is hugel Idyl- is the down paymenton new listing for those
$200I delivery; AIR-WAY costs less; NEW 3 BR 1 BATH HOMES wild is the location interested In Income property.

202 S.E. 14th/ St. FR 5-5145. $500 down, $65 month located on and It Is priced to a Hugh Edwards Three bedroom, one bath house
new with attached two bedroom
3 SE Terr. one
Or Use 45th sell at $17,500.
: CEMENT finishing block work. LAKE ROSA reduced $2.000 to bath apartment. Both furnished.
Re-modeling repairs. Phone Call FR 2-2372 or FR 25933. $19,000. This three bedroom. home. Let your refund be Call us for Information on this
3725444 'anytime.
one bath. year round home Is fine property.
4-BR. Fla. Rm fireplace. partial located on a paved road with the down payment and
, 27 Feed & Fertilizer A-C, walk to schools, $19,500 FHA frontage on Lake Rosa. Ame- $300 DOWN 3 bedroom mason-
$900 down. 3544 NW 7th Ave.. nities include large screened make monthly paymentslike ry home with oak floors. carport .
DAIRY FERTILIZER $8.00 per owner FR 69048. porch. awning windows. utility room and fenced
, yard. $1.25 per bag. Phone 374- remodeled "modern" rent. Monthly payments back yard-$11 closing cost.
5555. WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD cabinets In kitchen dishwasher -
Walking distance to schools. 3 fireplace and DUPLEX-2 bedrooms In each
I 30 PETS & SUPPLIES BR 2 baths home in Skyline oak parque floors.I include taxes and apartment-kitchen equipment included

Heights. Study hardwood floors House has 1.545 square near University. ONLY
'. PUREBRED Dalmatian puppies- built-in range 4 oven. Cent. feet plus 4 car gar- insurance and are as low $14.800 OWNER WILL FINANCEI

born 13 February 1944. For information heat. Shaded back yard. Call age. Priced to sell.

f FR 28421 contact James Wing. 3725974. J. W. KirkpatrickRealtor as $82 ma.PINE John Merrill

3 BEDROOM. 2 bath. CCB central Realtor
33 LOTS FOR SALE heat shaded lot. built in 31 N. Main Street Phone 3728404 FORESTBy
kitchen appliances. 2-utility Member Multiple Listing MULTIPLE LISTING

\ rooms paved street and sewer. ASSOCIATES Hugh Edwards Inc. Phone 3721494
CORNER lot on th Terrace and Quiet neighborhood. Curved Ftoye J. Mathiasen Irene Bunnell ASSOCIATEDMARCELLA
street. 100 x 127' lot. N. W. sec- Capt. A. W. Reeee. PARDI
32nd Ave. 62 x 125' Septic tank OSN Ret.
NE I 16th Ave. and 15th St.
water lights. Phone FR 22478. tion. Small down payment. Immediate W. H. BUCKHANNAN

Sell Fast 2 BEAUTIFUL corner lots In north 20th Place.occupancy.West Villa.3712 For N. appointment W. DAN BYRCTASSOCIATES 372-1551 OVER 1.400 Ft. plus carport and..

Dial section close to G.M.S. and bus to see and further porch. 3 BR. and study. 1-'..
stop. Inquire at 1134 N.W. 22nd details call James Quincey. bath, attic fan. built In drawers
I Ave. Clayton Arnow Duncan & I DOLLAR DIZZY? vanity and storage galore) 80-
Johnston. 372-9591. x140. Convenient to Metcalf

34 Inc. This 3 bedroom. 2 bath home Is Bishop Parochial Schools. 580
Waterfront PropertySWAN BEST OFFER. no down payment. neat and clean. Nice patio and Mo. V.A. 4\k percent. FR 6-2775.

376-4672 $80 monthly. $11,800. Nice 3 IT'S VACANT Phone FR 2-2511 carport on large corner lot. Located -

LAKE lots & houses on big Bedroom 1 bath. Screened to see this 3 bedroom 2 bath homeon in NW. Area. $500 down WOULD YOU LIKETo
r lake also some lots on canal. porch. TV antenna Air condI- large corner lot In beautiful and $85 month. Call anytime.
,4 tioner. NE Close to School and residential live lust outside City Then
Call GR 55811.WINFRED area close to schools
Shopping Center. FR 4-1551. and shopping. This home has ERNEST TEW take a look at this Charming 3
H. CRAWFORD BR, 2 Bath Home at 4147 N' large Florida room. extra large
, .p Reg. Broker, specalizing in HAZEL HEIGHTS kitchen with built-in range and REALTYMULTIPLE 36th St. Large khaded lot 100x244
Fenced back with
yard fallout
LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE oven. 2 car carport and LISTING
and :3-bed- many .
See our 4-bedroom shelter. Gorgeous built in kit. Den
AGE. :3 miles No. of Metros, other desirable features. Pricedat ASSOCIATES
CR 5-2981. room 2-bath CCB homes or 4th BR. Priced at only Sit.-
built-in electric stove and oven. 22.000 with good financing Les Jackson Ralph Claeser 750. See this one.
Baby Sitters. Child Care IDEAL FOR CAMPSITES Central heat city utilities. available. Steve Kesterson

430 acres with lake frontage. Wired for television and tele 2910 NW 13th St. 376-6441
Announcements Hunting. fishing near town. phone. Large yards completely IT'S FULL of charm and ready for GIVE SELF A BREAKBy
WILL care for children for workIng Ocala' grassed. Hazel Heights Is In the fun loving family to enjoy
Forest. Sacrifice at $250.00per
Inspecting this lovely 3 BR.
mothers in SE section. 2239 the city limits. Equipped with and appreciate This modern
SE 43rd Terr. Phone acre; easy terms or ten close to bus stoP. home has FORDYCEONCE 2 bath Ocala block home before
with 3 LOST & FOUND 3723492.Employment percent discount for all cash. sewer lines, many features not you buy. Built-in kit. applianceswith
l Write Box 361-M c-o Gainesville low down payment. conventional North- usually found In our vicinity. The dishwasher. Breakfast nook.
Located on
loans. enclosed
pool and out door grill
Sun.LAKE West ef 13th Large screened porch. Cent. heat.
west 39th Ave. are exceptional. Priced at $35,900. I lifetime comes along a truly
LOST: Cat brown. large longhaired
appointment See at 3525 NW 7th Place. Downto
with blue eyes. NW sec- LOTS FOR SALE St. Shown by with excellent financing. Let'stake lovely home. Beautifully landscaped earth price lf,100.
tion. Reward. Phone 376-0963. phone FR 23824. a look today. grounds; a real town

Person 30 minutes from Gainesville. 3 LG. BR 2 bath, panelled LR. Estate 3 bedrooms panelled
LOST: Close to Cotton's Mlnit- Palatka Road. Clear sand bot. fireplace. attached garage. HW IT'S-WAITING for the family that study. long living room. huge $300 DOWN
, Mart N. E. 8th Ave. German 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED torn lake. Good beach front. floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. needs a neat and clean 3 bed- formal dining room and Florida
Shepherd. 5 weeks eld. Black moss covered trees. NW near Stephen Foster. $14,500, room home in beautiful Idylwild. room. All this complete with two $66 Mo.
with white and brown in face $450 dp. FR 2-8851. located between University and car garage and many extras.
Attractive 3 BR. 1 bath Exe
1 and feet. FR 6-4514. BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS Call WALTER STUBBS. INC. __ new Country C'ub.! This home 42500.
condition. Good nelQhborhood.
toPerson Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating 376-5394 REDUCED. Modern 3 BR. V* has large lot with fenced In .
Paved St. Carport &
LOST: S.W. section. 4 month old el. back utilityFenced
famous Studio Girl bath home. Refrig. range. yard outside storage and NEW LISTINGThis
German Shepherd. Black and tan. Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. & air. condo Orig. cost $13.100. workshop. Priced at $14,000. beautifully landscaped and yard A real buy at
Real $10,000. See at 316 N E 44th St.
Estate For
Phone FR 23522 Sale $575
Reward. or S11.M1.
Phone 376-4336 after ,. Now. total cost only spacious 4 bedroom. 2 bath home
61366. cash. Will rent. 1432 NE 14tn DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES. INC. located on a paved street In J. UNIVERSITYREALTY
SALESLADY Decorator Terrace. 372.3038. Jack DeYot Broker has
J. Finley School area a
Newest most modern furniture 35 Houses for Sole
4 Personalized Services store In Northcentral Fla. has NE 20th Place. 1311. 3 BR. Fla. ASSOCIATESWaiter lovely living room with fireplace
opening for experienced sales decorator Rm.. patio. carport $77.14 mo., Christine E.Stone E. Holloway and Florida room.

with emphasis on sales. A BR. 2 bath CCB home VA loan. $800 down. By owner FR 22511 825 N.W. 13th Street
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention Opportunity limited only by FHA Come by any time FR 2-2341. A COUNTRY ESTATEIs HIS N. Main St. Ph 3724151
to nervous or elderly. your imagination. willingnessto financing down payment $450. Member Multiple ListingNW yours in this attractive two W. M. Munroe Realtor

.i Easy Way Driving School. FR work and earn and desire to $91.27 monthly Includes all taxes SECTION for sale or rentS story home with fireplace in the ASSO. S. E. McLaughlin
k WANT 27002. Lie by State of Fla. get ahead. Degree not as Important &For insurance. No closing costs. PARRISHPRESENTS and 4 bedroom 2 bath. CCB living room and a delightful Frank Roby, Roy McCann,
appt. to
as experience and above see 377-0481. home. City water lights and formal dining room. Located on a T. C. Douglas Jr.
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qualification Call Mr. Oakley. sewers. Shown by appointment. large five acre lot in South-
SERVICES. 4004 S.W. 20th BY THE OWNER In Idylewilde
376-4438 for appt. GLADYSSMITH Phone F R 2-3824. west Gainesville. $25,000.
Street. Phone 376-3733. BR. CCB house, tile bath, fanvlly
LADY with accounts receivable $13.300. room. Call 372-1001 after

6 SPECIAL NOTICESTRY experience typing essential age Roomy 3 bedroom. 2 bath home FREDARNOLD SPARKLINGand 5'30 P.M.
20 to 45. Apply to Mrs. Kates with panelled living room. Fire
ADS office at Ruddy's. place. Lovely garden. MASON MANOR Just listed very new Is this delightful two 38 Real Estate Wanted
I DIADAX TABLETS (formerly neat 4 bedrooms 2 bath home. bedroom home in a close N.E.
WANTED waitress for evening shin. living room. Central heat location. Centrally heated and
Dex A-Diet). New name sam 1 acre and 4 bedroom home. All Large WANTED 10 to 25 acres of Farmland
I formula only ,8c. Canova's Drug S to I. Experienced preferred. cypress panelling. Two fireplaces. and air conditioning. Beautiful planned for economical living. within 15 miles of Gaines-
210 E. Unlv Ave.. Tower House. fenced in back home be hand-
Store. 37 N. Main St. Close to schools. lot with lovely This genteel can ville. Call before 2 or after '.
yard. A perfect house for a led with a small down paymentand
FULL tune FR 6-M55
DUE to divorce I have a like after maid with references.Call 1tt acres and 3 bedroom home. growing family. Convenient to REALTORImmediate monthly' payments of only
new 1964 model Zig Zag Automatic 5:30 p.m. FR 6-6185 Carpeting fireplace deluxe Elementary and Junior HigliSchools. $73.00 including tax and interest.
$25 a week. 39
pay Out of Town PropertyOUT
i sewing machine that Northwest. .
4 does everything. We would like WANTED: White lady to take
some one to take up paymentsof over housekeeping and care of 3 acres and two bedroom house. SUMMER IS AROUND THE FORDYCEASSOCIATES of town property for rent. 3
$6.00 per mo Ph. 372-2051._ two children four days a week. Five miles from Gainesville. More CORNER and we have the per Occupancy bedroom 1 bath swimming fishIng -

References requested. 372.2940. acreage If desired. fect Florida house to make Woodburnlng fireplace separate and boating with golf course
8 Baby Sitters. Child Care after 4pm.WANTED summer and winter a delight. family room. cheerful kitchen I across the street. $70 a month.
LINES 4 bedroom horn in P.K. Three bedrooms 2 baths. living
Yonge with Call GR 5-2981 or GR 5-5172
dishwasher, Over 1.900 ,
1 or 2 ladies who have and wall to square
area. Pretty lot. Separate dinIng room with fireplace
Melrose Fla. House location
TINY TOT feet in this 3 bedroom 2 bath
knowledge ef sewing. to learn room.
room. Fireplace In living wall carpet Family INC.MLS _Keystone Heights
drapery & slip cover work. Call room. screened porch. central heat and residence. Available with most .
PLAY SCHOOLVisit 376-2297. lovely fenced attractive terms and $700 down
conditioning plus
air to Realtors 42 Farms &
qualified FHA Acreoge
4 bedroom. 2 deluxe home in back yard with swimmingpool
us and see for yourself. story
LOOK $595 Your watch cleaned Mrs. Grace Fordyce Broker
24 SE 8th St. FR 6-7806. plus $300 gold filled band; close to University. Florida colonial and shuffleboard court. Mrs. Mary Moelier. BrokerMr. FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE

; Choice of designs. THE BAZAAR In design. ExquisiteThe E. W. Moeller. AssociateMr. RURAL PROPERTIES
:\ 10 1 () KIDDIE KORT WATCH REPAIR. 113 N. MainSt. WESTWOOD AREA Centrally setting and the detail mark Harvey Benton. Associate ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTORU.S.
Extra 2 almost -
i Child Littlewood car and center.JJ Pick Finley.up Day-at Mr. Otts. FR 6-7137. home. large SturdY. well bedroom.built.2 HeatIng bath- heated new and 3 air bedroom.conditioned 2 bath this property as the superior 97' West 3761236BY University Ave. Hwy.Ph.441 4W-3120 Micanopy Fla.

wk. or mo. Phone FR 2-4467. and air-conditioning. home on nicely landscaped lot contemporary residence being offered
MORLEY'SSANDWICH ef over an acre. Immediate pos in the Gainesville Market 280 ACRES. Tobacco allotment. S
DAYS PLANNED program awaits your Modem in design. 3 bedrooms. 2 session. today. There are 3 bedrooms. 3 OWNER $31.500 room house. Paved road. CloseIn.
pre-school youngster' at JACK SHOPOn baths. large deep lot. Low utilities baths oversized rooms with panoramic Luxurious 4 BR, nearly new $225 an Acre. Gladys Smith
& JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. for the best in heat and air- 4 bedroom view of sparkling reflecting home located Nfl on Ig. lot In Realtor. 1228 W. University Ave.
W. University Ave. across Durant Estates. Central air & .
Music programs. educational pool. Of course every- 372 5391
conditioning. Close to nice..
University. home on
from University City Bank. T'i masonry heat. Fully equipped kitchen. _
film-strips. 7:45-5.45 Mon.-FrL; air thing is centrally heated or air .
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900. Waitress for day or evening Quiet. deadend street. Two conditioned as you wish. Shown 529 NW Sath St. Ph. 376-3549. ""SELLING FLORIDA SINCE 1906"
: shift. Apply In person. No phone GLADYS SMITH conditioning units. Very modern by appointment only. LOS TRANCOS WOODS
ONLY WOULD like to care for childrenIn calls please. kitchen. RETIREMENT HOME. near _-

my home after ':30 pm. For RealtorMultiple I nans lake 2 bedroom, quiet Wooded homesites west of
working mothers or for pleaure. 12 Mole Help Wanted LITTLEWOOD AREA Modern Walk To School neighborhood. $7.500 with terms. Gainesville. Drive west on NW

Call FR 26339.FOURTH Listing 3 bedroom. 2 bath masonry 39th Ave., turn right on SR No.
Associates Economy and comfort. Only $400
: condition. Priced RANCHETTES. i acre homesites in
home In tip top
S2 241 and watch for the sign on th*
down payment moves family
Florence Burns Ben Griffin your
under $15,000. Owner has already NW location on paved hiway.
TAMPA TRIBUNE Is seeking Dan Sheldon Caroline Noyes moved out you can moveIn into this 3 bedroom 2 bath attractive terms.DOWNTOWN right or call for map and plat
ANNUALST. Branch Manager Gainesville.. 122 W. University Phone 372-5393 concrete block home. Paved to be mailed at no obligation.
II Must have ability to superviseand tomorrow street nice yard for children BUSINESS LOT, Ideal Inspect these 2-4 acre tracts to-
A for Florida. Lg. open and full day. $345 down with reasonable
AUGUSTINEART Phone solicit.Mr. Stark Must at be FR bondable.2-4702. li MEa with walnut par. NEW WESTSIDE residential sub- pets" price $13450. location for office building 132 terms.
eling built-in planters. 24 ft. division soon opening. Acre lots. feet by 120. Price WS00.J. Ralph Realtor

MARRIED man age 25 to 55 sliding glass doors opening onto paved streets. outside city limits. New Listing FOSSEY

'. a special flat-charge ASSN. for combination Insurance debit. enclosed covered patio. 3 BR, May we tell you more about this IVt Acre Site In Rolling Wooded PIERCE SMITH
Experienced 2 baths central airconditionIng restricted Area. Ph 37413594J
man only. Call 372- Northwest. Handsome Aristocrat It W. University Ave
service for noncommercial 7147 and heating eat-in kitchen
Interview. Realtor
with built-in stove dishwasherand RANCHETTE homesites, too. Approximately of homes offers cork floors, fireplaces
users only.' ANTIQUESHOW ROUTE man wanted. Good physical disposal. Close to schools. II acres each. Located kitchen with built-in refrigerator $35 NE. 1st St. 37M44I Colored Property

4 condition 21 to 35. Married; $22,000. 922 NW 36th Terrace. on Newberry Road. Just freezer range oven. Associates SALE

Dial must education be bondable.preferred. High school 204 Week days after 5. FR 6-4945. 1500 00 down J years on balance. and bedrooms dishwasher.and 2 There baths. are Priced 3 Mabel Gore Aria Smith 2 & 3 HOMES Bedrooms.FOR SE 14tn St. &

Apply COMFORTABLE. :3-bedroom concrete SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay
SW 5th St. reasonably at $24,000. IF you plan to build' and would
block home won central merit. Some small down pay
like a custom built home by experienced
heat deluxe G E built hi kitchen Ma ment. Monthly payment $57 to
22 Marine Street CAR SALESMAN; excellent opportunrty builder that have
:" large storage room. beautiful .. $45. Also homes built on your
3764672Direct with locally owned Cadil ARNOLDRealty the time to discuss plan with
lot in excellent neighborhood. lot for no down payment.
, lac-Oldsmobll dealer. primarily you. call 3722527 ask for Gen
March 6. 7. 8. 1964 TOMMY RIDGELL
Only $450 down and low month Call
Paramor We have available
selling used cars. Compensation
ly payments ef $89.10 covers PARRISHAND Builder Pher FR 2-41H
Company our M plans to choose from.
t dependant upon ability and will-
12:00-9:30 P.M. Located at 2418 NE
; ingness to work. must earn everything. Multiple Listing Member Complete financing can be explained -
line to over $100 per week to retain 10th Terrace. Call 372-7070 for ASSOCIATES. INC. 1219 W. Unlv. Ave. 372-3522 to you right In your own 45 Fur&shad Apt*.
Door donation 75c lob. Only sober persons of high appointment to see. MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. Associates: Pete Slog home. For appointment celt.
, Wont AdVisorsJ' moral character will be consider IDYLWILD 3 bedroom 2 bath. Wayne Hill Helen S. Graham Jane Caldwell Wayne Mason THE JAMES CO. SPACIOUS down stairs I bedroom
Snack Bar ed. Apply In person to Jay Bras- double carport. Fenced back Carolyn T. Gardenhire Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge Of Gainesville Inc. furnished apartment. 705 N!!. 2nd
Ington. Used Car Manager. B yard. $13. 00. 3821 S.W. 20th Mary B. ParrlshM Charlie May Bob Kalkmen Builders of Kbtgsberry Home St. S7t' month. Phone FR 6-
I G Motor Co 2001 NW 13th St. St. FR 2-3001. NE First St. Tel. 372-3371 Ph. S72-2S37, mites 3727401. 1271..I .



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EAST SIDE furnished. MS per month. 3423 InPROPORTIONED times the water your electric I COOPERATIVEAPARTMENT
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For Information
.1 Tlaaaka .1 Wanted t. Bay LOOK
E 5 Card If Fewad "J Maehbaery If T..1a 49 Rooms for Rent 9296 Wanted responsible party to as-
S Lea'
$57 per month urGainesville's > University Park
I C Pera.aalbed Servlceu Q BlilldJa, Materials sume payments on late model

Finest == I Trani tumaUoa* N Boauhold GesdaI NICE room close in. Private entrance WAIST / fully automatic Singer Zig Zag. Apts.Box
fS AnUqeec U per month. Balance $141. .
unfurnished Special N.Ueu all channel antenna. Off 24"32"Short
Furnished or E 7 1.r1atg ed Stiac. For Sale I II street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd :1 / Phone 376-1075. 11025Ft.
Lovely 1 and 9 bedroom apart- t \
ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- II Bally SItter. Chl1d Car. n Trading P.sia I I IC Place. FR 2-2582. I FREEZER 15 cu. ft. Excellent con- Lauderdale, Fla. r
61 Artlelea Wanted I
Places T. G. Led
9408. dition. 250. 2315 NE 11th St.
_- == ntaa$ T. Bee es Fad. Oil A Wood I NICE room close in. Private en- I ri I
trance. 204 NE 5th Avenue.
70 Beats MarIne EaJp.
1 BEDROOM furnished apartment.near AZALEAS i
Phone FR 2 8855.
Univ. $50 a month. 2 Bed- 5 AUTOMOTIVE 21 Camp heist- FIsJa FOR sale all sizes. Wholesale
room furnished apartment. business 58 AIrplane Salu-Reatal. 1: OffIce Ealpme.t j ji Average price. 2145 N.W. 10th St.
vicinity $40. FR 21823 or 'ZJ )laaleal Kerehaadls. I NEWLY furnished clean. cheerful -
77 1I.IIUe H..u t.r 8a1. I Tall I I
2-3794. room. Comfortable bed. Day. : REFRIGERATOR across top j
i! .. Trucks t.r 51. I freezer. Also good Tappan 36"
I week or month. Housekeeping QUALITYHOMES
NICE 2 bedroom furnished apart- == 1.BO Traete Trucks Wanted Truck Rellta" REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I IU privileges. FR 60410. gas range. Both In like new I II I I 1.\ve.,1;

ment. Living room. dining I IU condition. Also family size fire
I Trailer Rentals SMALL, heated furnished room for safe. 2145 N.W. 10th St. I
room and kitchen. Lights and S3 Lots for Sale I i
K.t.rerles .t5 le..ten 1st in. Ph.
man. floor. Close
water furnished. Private bath I Ias
s.t Watertr"
.4 A.te..olll1. Bepatra Property REPOSSESSION SALE
3721981. 416 NE 2nd Avenue
and entrance. 4-blocks to cam- 5 A.t.m.IIUes ter data U Rouses For Sal. I I I Westvilla
pus. $75. FR 29704 or 29195.
Cottages For Sale
5 It Swap Cars 51-A Wonted To Rent 1962 Singer 301 SI. Needle $61
:n Real Estate ExebangedEDUCAT'NAL
NICE apartment close in. Private SA Real Estate Wasted g I NW 16th Ave. at 37th St. i7JTOA

entrance bath & shower. Utilities Ii 29 Out 01 T... Property ,I 3 or more bedrooms. 1 or more 1963 Pfaff $67 i WHEN YOU BUY YOUR HOME
and antenna furnished. 513 E 11 8r1loola II lDatncU.
48 bathroom unfurnished house. Call
S.E. 2nd Place. FR 2582.. Ii lJ lIule. Duelar. t ResIdential PropertleaDramatle Ineo.oIi I FR 2-9500 after 4:30 p.m. weekdays 1963 Universal Zig Zag $44 I MULTIPLE LISTING REALTOR

NICELY furnished 2 bedroom $5 :0 Waat.el-lIIatfactl. 42 lanes A Acreage == I or all day weekends 1963 Necchl Supernova $77 Carol EstatesNE Warner Wcseman Gladys Smith RealtyJ.

apartment. Spacious quiet. Excellent U Colored Property I W. Kirkpatrick Realty Ernest Tew, RealtyMcKinneyGreenDeaton
neighborhood. $100 month. g 54 Business Rentals 1963 Elna Free arm $62 University Realty
FR *3W after 6 p.m. FR 6-7147. I 11 Work Wanted Mals I I IIS I 1964 Automatic does everything John Merrill Agency Arnold Realty

== Work Wanted F.mal. .. S I IIt Tom Dobson Agency Dan Byrd Agency
CoUacn For Rest .
MODERN house trailer with cabana WAREHOUSE space for rent. Located drop.ln cams only $55
I Sales Help Wanted U Fuahhed Apta. SJ I Call Wilbur Realtor Arch RealtorM.
near University. $60 a month. at 620 S. Main St. Bishop. Campbell.
Students only. Phone 376-8063. 19 Hale Belp-Malo Help Wanted.r Yemnls 41 Vatumlshed Apt. I IE JOHN MERRILL Realtor. FR Cabinets optional.All I M. Parrish & Associates Red Franks. Real Estate
i n Houses for Rent Fum.g I 2-1494.
2 BEDROOM. mobile home in 11 Femal. Belli Wa.at.d 4' Houses for Rent Vatara. I I I machines guaranteed Fordyce Associates Ralph FosseyJ.
good location. On bus line. May Rooms for Rent I S125 MO. STUBBS Pierce Smith. Realtor
be seen by calling 372-7018. FARMS Cr LIVESTOCK ;: Hotel Rooms I I3S I NEARLY new modern office or Terms arranged. Ask for credit Inc.
== Form Equipment 51 Mlae. Rentals location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. manager 376-1075. I
FURNISHED apt. on bus line. n Feed .t5 Fertllbel' SIA Wanted T. Rent I I Ph. FR 6-2472. Weseman Realty. 1321 NW 16th Au.I .

near stores churches. etc. Private == :1 Undock A Supplies S: Boarders Wanted 5U 1113 N. Main St. SHOTGUNS. 16 Gauge pump; 12 Ph. 6-5394
Landscaping Top SoU 13 Office Desk Space I ISo gauge double barrel (2) .22 rifles -
entrance. -
wafer furn. $60 I in
FOR LEASE 2 warehouses same Mike Knotts. Associate
per mo. 376-5805. Ii Pets Supplies SI Business Btata" I 1-pump. 1-bolt with scopes.
12 U LIvestock WIDte.FINANCIAL g I bldg. located 1111 S. Main 2 gun racks 1 desk and lamp. I "We Trade Houses'HOME
Can be used for storage or repair -
REAL nice. clean apartment. For I SERVICE snare drum and stand cornice Enjoy TOTAL
couple only. Near 11 El garage. P boards all reasonable. Call FR
SW 24th St. FR 6-6119.campus. I IST 35 x 40 165 per mo. 2-1276 or see at 1065 NE 13th ,
S4I Hustness OpportunItIes 22 SpecIal Services
I 30 x 35 $45 per mo. Place. i I
Moaoy t. L.aa 23: home Jmproumeat.S To see pick up keyes at Hunrs
ROOMY 1 BR, living rm.. kitchenette ,
private bath & private en- 58 Mortgages :1 Radio A TV ServIce "66" Station or call 376-8866. J ) WASHER. automatic Frigidaire. Living in the
S' Money Wasted :5 Applluu 0Faraitar..
trance. No 4-months old. You assume pay.
pets. Apt. 208. 204 I
NEW 3 BR brick house on com-
ments. Can be seen at Jim
NE 5th Ave. I :
Phone 3728855. .l.II Jf'ItI'tttmmllllllllmmn'Unttlnlltllllftllllln'IIIIIIIIIIII' ; ,_IIIIIIIII"n"IIIm'"lIllIlIItt"ntlltll"tInntlmlntltl'm"......"..UIIII..uu..UlIIUI"'UWI'UIIllUUIl.! merical lot. Lot measures 113 # Voyles Appliances.

2 BR. unfurnished Apt. 216 S.E. Furnishcd"-;: I frontage x 200 deep zoned
9th St. Kitchen equipped Married 1--45 47 Houses for Rent Furn. "Local Manufacturing". Use BARBIE type doll clothes. priced COMPLETESuburban
couples children & pets house as home or office. use lower than commercial. Others BUYERS i

welcome.' $65 mo. Plus utilities.M. I grounds for storage of materials. 1fT e....i.... 1fT e..of.:.. made on request. Phone 3726512.

L. Shea FR 24353 or 62763 I AVAILABLE Mar. 1st a nice furn. 3 BEDROOM furnished suburban etc. Excellent location for 1 Kenmore excel
evenings.NICELY apt. 2 rooms 8. bath. Near Univ. home. Plenty of room, close to thriving business. Located on ELECTRIC range
& Medical Center. 912 SW 7th school. Available April 1st. $120 NW 6th St. at 41st Ave. Only lent condition. Storage drawer. GUIDEby Community
furnished 1 BR apt. T.V J60 month. unfurnished. Rotissere. 919 N.W. 22nd Ave. I
Ave. Apt. 4. Phone FR2664. per month. Call FR 2- 957. L. J. per !
antenna. Couples only. Call 376- Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. Phone Mr. Kushill In Lake City. Perfect fit from waist to WROUGHT iron and glass tables
1748. crotch. in length with The James Co.
DOWNSTAIRS 3 room furnishedapt. collect 7575739 yours and chairs. 1 year old. Selling
2 ---- --- married couples adults I BEDROOM furnished house. 3242 this pattern. SHORT 5'3" and due to remodeling. Gate House
BEDROOM furnished garage only. no pets. 416 NE 7th St. NW. 11th St. Corner 33rd Ave. 56 Business Opportunities under); AVERAGE 5'4" to 5'6"); Restaurant. Dial FR 6-5843 even- The James Co. of Gainesville
apartment 405
; NW 10th St.
House open. Call 376-4230. TALL S'7" and up). Inc., Builders of / Homes
Kingsberry Quality
Phone FR 6-5924. 3 ROOMS. 2nd floor. Gas lights Printer Pattern 9296
: Misses
GROCERY store for sale. COlored Homes for this area will be
and water furnished. Couple. No Waist Sizes 24. 25. 26. 10. 30 metal
FURNISHED 3 bedroom bath. business. Good profits. Reason MOWER power edger. happy to answer any questionsyou
Water furnished large yard. For I pets. $55. 727 E. Univ. Avenue. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. for selling. other business. Phone I 32. Proportioned fit. Order by shelves, lawn chairs piano. might have concerning You'll be getting "more home> for your money" at

working couple. N.W. 31st Ave. I MODERN duplex. 2 BR. fenced FR 6-7231. After 7 p.m. Cal waist size.FIFTY portable dishwasher play pen. home ownership. You mi..,t be
and 9th Terrace. 3129 N.W. 9th yard. Adults. S82. Phone 76I FR 2-0641 baby carriage, vanity set barstool one of those people that now Highland Court Manor. Our goal is to design attraCtive -

Terrace. Call FR 64817. 7883. I TWO bedrooms 1 block from CENTS In coins for this recliner glass dining owns a home but found that It homes featuring more living space for less
pattern-add 15 cents for each pat-
school. Big yard. S60. 1012 NW 59 Money Wanted table. coffee and end tables. is now Inadequate. if this Is the
1 BEDROOM air conditioned 39th Avenue. Ph. 3729655. tern for first-class mailing and lamp. 376-1570. case a call to The James Co. money and we've been doing it for over 25
furnished apartment. New 46 Unfurnished Aprs. ---- special handling. Send to Marian
UNIVERSITY Professor needs $3- Martin, Gainesville Sun Pattern could very welt solve you'
Apartment 111
1216 S.W. 2nd years.
HOUSE for rent unfurnished. 3 BR. 5.000 for 2nd mortgage ImmedIately 70 Boats-Marine Equip. problems. By this we mean
Ave. 232
Colonial Manor Apts. $115. Dept. West 18th St., New
2 BR duplex. S50 month located -
per 1 bath. 2414 E.
Univ. Call 376- Interest. trading in
Will pay good your present home.
1 block from campus. Occu- York 11. N.Y. Print plainly
on SE 45th Terr. Call
5709 after 5:30 P.M.
pancy by February 25. Write P. O. Box 363-M. Gainesville NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE
FR 2 2372. I 18 FT. open-cock pit. offshore There are a number of
Sun. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. questions / City i ServicesAll
EXTRA large, extra nice 1 and 2 FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bath. built-in fiberglass boat. complete controls that we can answer con-

BR. executive type a pis. 1 BR. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. kitchen. corner lot, 2 blks. from I Merchandise YOUR FREE PATTERN IS lights 10 & 5 gal. tanks. cerning trading. We feel that I I II

Fla. rm.. living & dining rm. Metcalfe School & |Ir. high. 1943 READY choose it from' 250 design 40 h.p. Johnson tilt trailer skies. by talking with us you can city services are available at Highland; Court
kitchen. bath. air conditioned. THREE BEDROOM furnished houseon I NE 15th Terr. $125 per montn. ideas in new SPRING- ropes. belt. life preservers & pick a suitable floor plan and

wall to wall closets. couple only. large lot. 710 N.W. 14th Ave. Call 3725738.REDECORATED. 61 Wanted to Buy SUMMER Pattern Catalog just ladder. $1100. Phone 3725738. exterior design that will suit Manor. Streets are paved and curbed storm drain-

No pets. $125 per mo. Year Near shopping center. House out! Dresses. sportswear, coats your needs from our many and place.' There's police and fire
lease required. L. J. Moratto. available Mar 1st. Rent S100 a 2 Bedroom. Stove more! Send 50c now. plans that we keep on hand. I age sewers in
t: 250*; NW 6tht St. Ph. 3724957. month. Call 374-2145. and refrigerator. 303 S.E. 8th St. WANTED. in good used condition McCOY'SMacoma A call to the James Co. will protection and refuse pick-up too.
14" Band saw 6" Jointer-planer.
Phone 376-6617
Weekends. after5pm. get all the facts about any
I ROOM furnished apartment--: 18" 'jig saw. Call C. Monroe.
NICELY furnished 1 bedroom du ____ weekdays.UNFURNISHED Homes type financing. any questionsyou
week. 3 blocks from square. Va plex. Utilities furnished. N. W. _!.2.3436a AM. to 5 P.M. 64 Household Goods might have without any
\ block off W. Univ. 12 N.W. 3rd 3 BR house I .,
Section. Call FR 23019. RecreationHighland
obligations on part.
Inc.For your
sell all kinds of furniture
Street. FR 67074. -- fenced back yard. 2119 NW 7th WE BUY and .p

t LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom Terr. $95 per month. Phone 372- stoves refrigerators. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested Sale. very attractive 3- We have lots available In
THREE rooms and bath down- houses. month or year. Mathew- 8932. clothes. radios TV. etc. Call and Guaranteed bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617E. most section of town for
any Court Manor's exclusive Swim Club and
town area. $55 per month. Water FR 2-3937. :
son Manor. Call 4752981.FORDYCE
42 Refrigerators from $39 up University Ave.: walking to choose from.
furnished. Call FR 24621 or FR ---- MODERN 3 BR. IVi bath home.
9 Ranges from $39 up distance to Lake Forest Community Center is unmatched in Gainesville. You
2-1633. Refrig. el. range & air cond. Household Goods
17 Washers from $19 up Schools. Price $12,500. $300 Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene
----- No pets indoors. Married coupleor free membership with purchase of a new
8 Dryers from $49 up down and $79.50 month. Paramore have 30 receive
LARGE clean well. furnished per over years
3 BR. 2 bath. home small $125
completely family. 1432
4 Rm. apartment. No childrenor redecorated. Available Mar. 15. NE 14th Terr. 3723038.mo. MODEL HOMEFROM 2 Food-Freezers from $99 Up Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr. combined experience in the home. Featured with the giant pool are facilities for
pets. Married couple. Marie 2 Dishwashers from $49 up Day FR 6-7290 nights FR construction of homes. By careful -
Whiteman. 110 NW 7th Terr. $150 per month. Call 2 BR unfurnished home. Refrig. DISPLAY 10 TV Sets from $35 up 6-5015. Office. corner N. Main supervision by Jim and baseball, basketball, playground facilities. and the

1 FORDYCE & ASSOCIATESINC. 1 stove & dinette furnished. Ig. 3 COMPLETE JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. ind 23rd Blvd | Gene it will enable you as the I Clubhouse.
419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303
FURNISHED 3 room garage apt. fenced back yard. Close in to homeowner to get more home
Good location. Call 376-5821. 926 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 376-1236. town. Call after 6 P.M. 3728190. I ROOMSFurniture ALL white Castro convertible for your money and certainly

couch. recently recovered with makes The James Co. construction -
I & appliances--consisting Naugahyde. Converts to double E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN to be beyond compare. I / Convenience
of 2-PC.: foam rubber nylon
bed. ideal for apt. Will sacrifice
SERVICESHome covered sofa & matching chair. for $45. See at 1001 NW JR. By building primarily the I
tables & matching cock
2 step Kingsberry home we feel we
tail table with plastic finish 2 25th Terr. Ph. 376-0709. Homes Lots. Income. Business have a great advantage and The total suburban community is only minutes away t

I tall decorator lamps with eye and Lake Property. great opportunity for you as from public and parochial schools churches and
saver shades. Beautiful gold mist Farms and Acreage.E. the purchaser to pick design
65 Antiques Yet the strictly residential section
bedroom suite. double dresser shopping areas.
that createdby
C. CURLY KUEHN. Jr. and floor plans are
And with large titling mirror.double master bed. 638 N. MAIN ST. some of the country's lead- is removed from noisy areas and busy streets. .
BusinessAppraisal size chest large FR 6-6544 architects.If .
FR 6-2032 Broker ing
Complete 5 pc. chrome dinette ANTIQUE organ for sale. Call ,

set. 1964 Admiral refrigeratorwith 372-6310.
you desire complete Information
full width freezer & crisp.er. I call The James Co. and

Bulldozing RepairsFREE bar.. shelves deluxe in range door with and thermo-dairy I 66 Misc. For Sale Shadow Lawn Estotes we will be happy to come to Highland Court ManorSales
home and spend
stat controlled oven. roll out Custom-built homes that look your
BULLDOZERS & Back amount Of time necessary to
Estimates has been eUlitom. uut. U you are tired
on repairs broiler. This furniture
hoe. wheel tractors. motor your WOULD like responsible party to of homes with that sub-divi- explain The James Co. systemof
and additions. Complete on display only. Everything new
grader. Free estimates. W. G. pay $10.00 monthly on late model home ownership.We .
10x12 bedroom $675. Com & guaranteed. Regular price I cion look. see Office Located at N.E. 23rd Blvd.
(Buck) Johnson. FR6219. Singer Slant-o-matic in console
plete 14x20 Florida room S1660. $998 now only F. D. Oliver. Bldr.
Bal. $169. Phone 376-0290. can secure FHA. VA and
King Construction Co. Phone
Fh. FR 3-086 Phone 372-3471
and 11th Terrace -
Carpentry FR 6-3484. several different types con-
$499No DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY West on NW 39th An. past ventional financing.Let .
I the Glea Springs Intersec
Chairs low as $8. No
GRADY CABINET WORKS RemodelingNEED money down. payments 14 down low as S5 per month.money tion. Se. alga on left.mBiimnimmiiiiiiimimnnrnmiiiffliitiiiiiniiiimffliig. us mention a few of I
wk Immediate credit & deliveryor
Custom built cabinets and moldIngs Free estimates. pickup and delivery the Homes that are either under -
will hold in storage at no
retinlshing and spray service. All work guaran- construction or in the

painting. jl A NEW Florida room carport charge.NATIONAL teed. Phone 3767786.PRICES planning stage.
1533 E. University Avenue I

Phone 377-8313 ?. Call patio. screened-in it porch. I I bedroom, i-full tile baths I
etc now and get done FURNITURE WAREHOUSE I( Norwood i
Cosmetics for the summer months. Call 3622 Beach Blvd. FL 9-2561 SLASHED living room, family room.
372-8049 after 5PM. for free s Situated on a lot 100x274 This
Daily 9-9. Sat. 9-6. Sun. 12-4
----- estimates. EVERYTHING MUST GO! Is a VA home. By buying now I Builders and Developers I
;u- Jacksonville.
HOUR OF BEAUTY will makea -- I Hope you can be your own decorator.
-- Less than wholesale new. used
and rebuilt electric and manual
8. Service MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. us for an estimate on Aluminum 3622BEACH adding machines. standard typewriter I| "H" Inc. I 3bedroom. IVi baths. strip
Learn professional make-up siding. End painting worries and portables. also cash hardwood floors. Situated on a -- -

secrets by trained beauty ex.perts forever. 376-1838 or 3727948. registers and 50 check writersof We Trade Homes well shaded lot. that is on a
513 W. Univ. Ave. FR BLVD. Small down
EMRAVSADVERTISE all types; $15 up. Terms can II dead end street.
FRED B. ARNOLD 2.3126. IN be arranged will take trade-ins. | or Property18llllllllllUJJlnnmnlllll1II1m1ll1llllll payment low monthly pay-

REALTOR Storage Warehouse Call FR 20963 or FR 2-2105 day ments.

1V baths terrazzo
SERVICE ------ > I
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH 3773571 FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER I\ TilEER"ICE 4 CLOSE OUT SALEOn 1 The following are ready for Hg floors Situated on a large

CO. Wallpaper. 98c a Roll occupancy. 03 comer lot. $400 down and less I
Sales and Service DIRECTORY ROOMS FURNITURE HARPER PAINT CO. | 1021 NW 40th Dr. than $75 per month. plus taxes
Appliance Repairs All types of Fire ExtinguishersPick I & APPLIANCES 10 S.W. 7th St. 3824366 = 3 BR. IVa Bath $500 dn. and insurance. This one is 1964 Paradeof

up and delivery serviceC. 06 $t07 MO. ready to occupy.
R. Thomas Ph. 3768989Heating RepossessedBecause FOR SALE CHEAP. Restaurant =
Parker Appli. Serv. Gainesville. Fill 3-tiled baths extra
formica counter and 26 stools. 1 4-bedroom.
Upholstery of family troubles 'lust 4628 SE 2nd PI. recreation room. den .
equipment. Complete fountain large
Expert Ma(or Appliance Serv- Home Values
1 3 BR. 1 $600 dn. $74
ice. Prompt. Efficient I & ; come in 8> take over paymentson and short order equipment. 52" bath s built-in kitchen. completely air
Courteous 372-6224 entire houseful. Consists of a Call FR 2-0759 or 29207. Mr. | permo. conditioned. Located in one of .

HART BALL" Heating. (Hot Air. UPHOLSTER your furniture at beautiful: 2 pc. living room suitein Page. I Gainesville's finest neighbor
I' Hot water) Air conditioning and reasonable prices. Call Sally. I nylon. sofa makes into bed 4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI. I hoods.
Auto Equipment Refrigeration. Ph. 3721685. 15 E" rif'f\Ced. FR -9888. also matching club chair w-solid GAS WATER HEATER $25 allowance 3 BR. 2 bath. $500 dn. $68 I 3 & 4 Bedrooms
I Years ExperienceHome team cushions. 2 decorator for your Old. costly to | per mo. We are planning a two-story
lamps. 2 step tables. in margolitewith operate electric water heater. home with over 2300 Sq. Ft. I

HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & Service I' SewingAlterationsSEAMSTR.ESS matching cocktail table. In Hot water at about half your | 303 4 313 SE 38th St.033O4Cv314SE39thSt.. of living area. The price on I Palm View Estates
exchanged. Repair kits for the bedroom massive double present cost with our LP gas. this one will amaze you.
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized I do sewing of all dresser with tilting mirror. chestof Ask us. PROPANE SW Archer I
Jack WOOD HOME IMPROVEMENT kinds i Dressmaking. Mrs. W. head- Road. FR 6-5110 U homesin
Walker Hydraulic drawers & bookcase We plan to build
3 1 $500 dn. $64 06 Fernwood ManorWestmorland
Licensed & Bonded Build..rsFlorida 1 BR. bath I
BRAKE C. 3436 N.W. 17th Ter
Service Agent HULL'S Asbell. board with sliding panels for the NE Gainesville area and
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. Rooms Carports race. 3720655.Sewing your clock radio all done in J HOOVER upright vacuum cleaner. 06permo. have already picked the floor I
Patios Roofing -
Main FR 7-147 Mist finish. Second like new. Sold new $99. 1 left
exotic: Sahara and exterior
Heating Financing -adiusted Air Conditioning to customer's Machine Repairs I bedroom has twin maple $3'. Compact late model. Sold 06 E06ll06fflW0606IUWWl=! i plans Is most suitable : : c"nt lot. I Estates

Auto Glass requirements.Dial beds. Kitchen .has deluxe 7 pc I new $185 $69. The Kirby Co. i
The following are under con- =
N. FR 6-7110.
712 Main
dinette set with formica top 1I0Nu
5 struction and will be ready = *
FHA from Down
AUTO GLASS is our only busi- Bobby Wood Fred Wood CALL-SEWING MACHINE table & 6 foam padded with chairs. ALL CHANNEL T. V. Antenna g for occupancy soon. gI $400
ness. Immediate installation; 376-4707 376-1100 VICE CO. IIS W. Admiral refrigerator cross Double stack complete. Nothing -
tree pickup & delivery. Add Ave. 376-1075. We repair SER'I top freezer. shelves in door & else to buy. $15. Brants. 3701 NW 21st PI. {
Makes Work fully ,," dairy bar. 36" range with oven. VA Nothing DownAsk
beauty & value to your car. Broker 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. 598eepermo. --
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. Mortgog broiler and storage drawers. I 3 BR. 2 bath. $750 dn. =

FR 6-755 Orig. $1.019.38 USED Chain Saws $50 up. New gI
FHA and conventional at lesJ I I BALANCE DUE ONLY 4 hp saws 8995. We repairall UlVtTESS9it' about home for
current rates. Terms chain saws & lawn mowers. 3707 NW 21st PI. I our your own

Building & Repair Serv. years. Will gladly discuss at no VUNDOWS cleaned. floors cleaned $267No I Chain saw rentals. McCulloch 06 4 BR. 2 bath. $800 dn. $107 06mpermo. down payment.
obi ia at MX*. Call tomorrow. and waxed. houses washed. 10 Wisconsin and Briggs. Stratton For More InformationCall

DONS J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor yrs. experience Free estimates. down. S2.50 week. Ask dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 ImmmmmmmmmmwI
F R 25955. 63411.
8. REPAIR SERVICE for Brock's furniture in storage !
BUILDING Drive west on 16th Ave., turn left at Model
*"A repaired house makes a FRED B. ARNOLD GREEN house frame. shed and I
happy home." Call Donald P. REALTOR atNATIONAL roof. Kerosene heater and storage FOR RENT TheJames Home sign on NW 39th Terrace.

Petrucci 2832 N.E. tim Drive. FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS tank. See after 4 p.m. 3923 N.W. g 124 SE 7th St.3BR.lBattI.

FR 6M07."CARPENTRY. Furniture 15th St.AUTOMATIC. =
AVE. PH. 37>3522 = Co.
1219 W. UN-V.
$100 Mo. =
1 Year Lease
ROOFING = per !

S ADDITIONS MORTGAGE MONEY Sun Want Ads Warehouse Chine. Buttonholes.Zig Zag Darns Sewing Embroideries Ma- = .-. -111 111111111111 =S Of Gainesville. Inc. BUTLER BROS. Builders
Satisfaction guaranteedE. S'% per cent Interest. Terms to & fancy Designs. '

R. Schultte 3722051 BUY 25 years.- BUILD REFINANCECall 3622 Take 7 payments $..02 ea. Call g ALL OUR HOMES ARE Builder of Kingsberry ,

I 3722051. i OPEN FOR YOU TO ENg Homes.

BulldozingSMALL Get Results WANTED Customers for home delivery ,
825 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 I Beach Blvd. of Fresh Vegetable Juices 06 YOU WILL JUST CALL. = I 372-2527

I Ir daily. Answer to Box 364-.... I 1123 S.E. 4th STREET = ,' Phone FR -2-9545 FR 6-9043
GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA II FR -5301 or FR a7989TH' NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS II or Nights
bulldozer. loader. dump and conventional loans. Low I Next' So. gate Plaza FL 9-2561 I c/o Gainesville Sun if interested. I I l' 372-7401
OPEN .. SUNDAY 12-6 Price depends a lot on how I
truck fill dirt. lime rock. Top rates. Terms to 25 years. 1223 DAILY ; 03flh ..
soil. Phone F R 27846. W. Univ. Ave. 3725393. I[ Jacksonville. Florida many reply. __ _

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; I T 72 O.'fie. Equipment 77 Mobile Homes for Sal I 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals | 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE

I 1 I FOR sale Ford tractor model Ford I I.
PRICES SLASHED TWO bedroom house trailer S900, IN new tires perfect running BRING out the best In your ur. 11 RAMBLER TRADE-INS ARE
one bedroom house trailer $750 condition. C. L. Clyatt. Providence. Superior Auto painting 4 body Falcon i NEW 1964 GMC III
EVERYTHING MUST GO! Can be rented. Phone 374234 Fla. Lake City 752-2598. work. Fast dependable service;
Leas than wholesale, new. used Monday to Friday 9 to S. free pickup. delivery. WRIGHT'S Fairlane I II
and rebuilt electric ,end manual FOR SALE1 r bedroom trailer. 83 Motorcyycles & Scooters BODY WORKS. 2031 NW 4th St. PICKUP TRUCKS I CLEANERBETTERUSED
I adding machine standard I Excellent condition. Manro's FR 49707. T-Bird
:and portable typewriters also I Restaurant. 2120, H a w t borne CUSHMAN Husky 1962 new I I
check writers of all' types; W3 CHEVY II Station Wagon.
motor & tires. Excellent condi-
Road. FR 2-4690. I Ford
SIS to. Terms CM be arranged Air conditioned auto. trans.,
will take trade-Ins Call FR Jma tion. Reasonable. Call 2-127 or radio & heater three seats, I CARS
OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a see at 1065 NE 13th Place. white side Trucks !
or FR 2.2105 day or night. walls. 4,000 miles I 11$1768111 I
little to save a lot. Below
m.rketo less than 5 mos. old. 1100 cash,
ARTISTS and draftsmen. Complete clean. Lake Geneva Trailer 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS take up payments. Call 372- Used I .
selection of quality artist and Sales Rt. 100. SE Keystone Sin I to 3725738 after 5 Save Many Dollars on these
Hts.. Fla. :
artistic supplies at ChestnursOnke SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP P.M.FOR Cars II III
Equipment Co. 106 W.
A better buy on a new or LOW DOWN PAYMENT
University Ave. In downtown: I Your car's pep & power show used 63 Rambler 62 Chevrolet
car call FR t-4957 after 7
Gainesville Fla. I WYATTTrailer up with a tune-up at BROWN'S p.m. or all day Sunday Mr. Get TOTAL I LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS 4-dr Classic '660', automatic,
SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed Chaffan. PERFORMANCESHAAW iI'I radio heater air cond.. power 4-dr Bet-Air, automatic, radio
I recapping & wheel alignment. t steering recUning seats like heater, power steering I extra -
71 Musical MerchandiseOLD SalesHome 809 N. Main. FR -4310 TWO CARS 1962 Studebaker. 6- I flaw nice carl
I cyt. waoon. 19,5' MERCURY 4- II I.
Accordion 120 bass S weeks. Pacemaker Mobile of Homes 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE door sedan condition.air and Will power trade excellent .1 I & Tropical Pontiac $2495 $1895
7 switch cost $S00. still
** has sell either. Real
Shasta and Alrstream BUICK 1956 clean 2 door hard- Bargain
guarantee 1150 or best cash of- Travel T"ilerseell.'s top. Call after a p.m. FR *- 155. 374-9014 after 5 p.m. KEETER I
far Immediately. Write Box 357- First Mobile Home GMC Truck Center 63 Rambler 62 Rambler
e-o Dealer Since 19. BUICK 1959 LeSabre Sports
1923 Silver Springs Blvd. Coupe. R 14 H. PS & PB. WW. 230 W. UniversityFR 220 N.W. Sth Aye FR 2-3582 Classic 4-dr '660', automatic 4-dr Custom automatic radio,
NICE upright piano. S77S. Wurlifrer
Pick Phone 629-1351 excellent condo Two new. tires. 1960 ton pick- 2-0503 II I air conditioned. heater power heater Individual reclining
Organ. up payments. Ocala Fla. Clean Inside. $990. 372 5M2. UP 4 speed heavy duty, sacra steering like new In and out. seats. Extra extra nice.
New It
Full Key Spinet piano In fice
price MOO
as is.
Mahogany SAt!. AIR conditioned SO x IP Mobile CHEVROLET '57. 2-door hardtop $2395 $1395
EARL'S PIANO CO. Home set up with 20' x 106" Belaiit heater white walls auto FAIRLANE SOQ 1942 4 dr. auto.. I
702 W. Univ.' Ave. 3731X0. awning and 50" TV antenna on I I trans good condo C. Felder power steering, air conditioned. VOLKSWAGENMILLER
shady lot in Hickory Hill ready FR 25733. Sacrifice price $1,480 as Is. 63 Rambler 60 Chevrolet
FOR sale Clarinet used 1 yr. for excellent Fla living. JX- I
I MONZA 1963 for sale DART sedan
good condition. No reasonable' 25000. call FR *-654' after 530. CORVAIR or trade. Trade for older car or PLYMOUTH 1960 Station Wagon DODGE 4-dr Classic '660 station wagon
offer refused. Call FR 4-C3I2 after
auto, automatic heater. Individualpassenger station wagon automatic
4 P.M. 51 GREAT Lakes for 51'-' : S150 down and take up pay air conditioned.power steering A &mechanics brakes reclining seats. Very very low radio, heater lew m He-
. USED SPINET PIANO I ent after condition.a P.M. Phone excell-I I p.m.ments.or Call week-ends.3768991 after work.speciaJ Will that sacrifice needs some for S600.engine (Includes Heater) $ 19 9 mileage. NEW$2495 age Nke

25 FT. Henslee. shower & toilet SPECIAL AT .
FINISH. SLIGHTLY USED. transmission radio and See the above at 7H N. Main St. -
$465. I real clean complete. Ready to heater. Small equity take up @
go. good rubber new furniture BROWN
Marable 2215
GRIDLEY MUSIC CO. sleeps 4. MM. Trader's Barn N. payments. James I 85-1 Automobiles Wanted eu--'u. 5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY
9th Place. 376-0440. .
I S E. 1030 E. Univ. eta"
FR 25353. end of Sth St., High Springs. 60 Rambler
I -- -- MCA good) Con it ion.-'R-ti:wire w- WANTED 1950 thru 1954 Fords FR 2-3582 Americas 4-dr ataboa wagon
I mobile 1962 I Poole-Gable Motors
FIRST home.
SPINET PIANO w tires. Toneau. luggage rack. and Chevrolets. See at Herndon radio heater an extra nice.bur
2 BR front ,
Schult 50 x 10' S800 or best offer. Ernie Wild. Service Station 914 S. E. 4th 4-dr automatic radio Mater
FAMOUS make concert quality kitchen, excellent condition S3.600. air ,
Street. cond and out.
Local party with good credit Lot 49. Shady Nook Trailer I FR t-2521 after S p.m. Sun Want Ads (Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) $1345 cS99Sde
can save over SJOOOO andm- Park 3723883. RENAULT Dauphine. 1941 Black. I
ance entire remaining balance. --- --- WSW tires excellent condition. FOR THE CORRECT 119 S.E. 1st Ave. 372-4343
To Inspect without obligation McMURRAY Mobile Home Sales. 1575. Phone 3728869. Get Results
write Home Office. Joplin Piano 110 wide. 1 or 2 BR. used lake TIME 59
Co.. Joplin. Mo. or house traders from S1.29S. 1 I SPRITE. 1961. Tonneau cover. 62 FORD Mercury
-- --- Trailer for rent sale.
office or convertible top. side windows excellent FR
FOR SALE Small Upright piano. 3 ml. So. of Starke on 301. ,44- body, top mechanical. 40 2-1411 Late model Fatrlane 505 VIeafiae. 4-dr Automatic radio heater
Phone FR 2.216.Automotive. 0571. Greene Oaks Restaurant. miles to gal. A clean car. Reasonable automatic tranamiauoa. exceptionally clean. Finished In
During day FR Courtesy Of power steering radio black and white. Sharp.
I WILL 10x45 Sell New equity Moon trailer In 2 for bedroom S300. 6-3211. ext.price.. 5629; after 5:30.F University ChevroletN. MICE TO NEW CAR BUYERSThe heater.. 22.000 honest xnitoa.
Call FR 41444. Main St. at 16th Ave. $1695 $895
convertible. 63. Midnightblue
color. 1000 miles private Public has been
misquoted by
77 Mobil Homes for Sale 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE owner. Sim. Phone 376-8904. many 61 RAMBLER
VOLKSWAGEN. 61. 2 dr. sedan. GAINESVILLEAUTO make cars as being the lowest priced American made car! 59 Chevrolet
I Classic 4-dr led.ulldard
40MODELS 157 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van- Very good condition. Must Sicri- SALES
Phone 376-9685 before 6:30 transmission heater. Extra Sedan extrnice!
I type truck. Has been serviced fice. FOR YOUR BENEFITWe clean. delivery
completely on monthly sched P.M. 1616 NW 39th St. 1007 N. Main St.
ule. S700. FR 24441. 1957 CADILLAC. Sedan deVille 4- Phone FR 2.6312 i $995 $895
FROM LOWEST t 1961 HEAVY duty Ford. econ.-vln. dr. hardtop, furry equipped Including Northcentral Florida's
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. S1775. Phone FR 22534 after 5:30 I factory air. cream puff.S750 Largest are quoting the lowest priced American built car. I
2911 NE 11th Terr. 312- 41 for appt. to see.
TRAILER MARTHwy. I I p.m. Independent Dealer NO MONEY DOWN

17. Phone 32S-1050 Sedan
UNTIL 9 p.m. FINE CARS 2-dr. $ 53 NASH $21 Mo. 56 RAMB. $26 Mo.
Like newt Original: paint
COURTEOUSSALESMEN Delivered! With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL! $23 Mo.
I and 3 bedrooms, all Floor PROMPT STANDARD EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST: 57 Rambler $29-Mo.
Plans. Terms tailored to meet
your budget Drive a little and SERVICEAll S7 CHEV $29 Mo. 55 BUICK $26 Mo
save I I let at Equipped with high Self-adjusting brakes Fuel pump and tank
CONNOLLYMobile fuel economy. with bonded linings filter --- -- -
Home Sales Inc. these qualities are 'I Advanced unit Powr-Gard 24 battery Anti Smog Engine Filter 57 BUICK $32 Mo. 55 CHEV. $29 Mo.
1 Miles North standard at:
on U. S. 441
Phone 42M1U construction Directional signals Automatic choke
Closed Sundays Curved side windows Engine oil filter Dow-Gard cooling
B&GMOTOR Deep-dip rust proofing 4.000-mile engine oil system RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
Baked enamel finish change normal interval 2 Arm rests
BUY YOUR 1964 FIAT 600D2DR. Ceramic armored 33.000 mile or 3-year 2 Sun visors
MOBILE HOMEFrom CO. muffler and tail pipes chassis lube interval Foam cushion 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433
SEDAN Coil spring seats No drain transmission 2 Windshield wipers
the WORLD'SLARGEST Authorized
I Cadillac. Double safety brakes and rear axle lube 2 Seat belts
DEALER Oldsmobile Dealer

Southern Mobile I New Cars:
Homes Broken Inc. s1199i 115 S.E. 2nd St. RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.

2200 South Dixie Highway I I FR 6-7515 "SUPER SALE"
_Ph.629-4113 Exchange with any car b
Ocala Florida you can drive on the lot. Used Cars: 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433
I 2001 N.W. 13th St., 57 DODGE, V-8 Sedan
Features at NO additional Cost: FR 6-7515 I
---- Bucket seats heater defroster. dual electric windshield 57 DODGE, V-8. Tudor $188
wipers windshield washers sell cancelling turn signals undercoating -
MOBILE HOMES safety belt .anchors leatherette ,upholstery Both Cars for. . . .
bumper guards (front rear) courtesy lights ashtrays.
FEDERAL QUALITY emerenc001 kit.Barkley
1 Mi. N. on 441 61 CHEVROLET Corvan $
i at City Limit Sign Motors panel side and back 1188
CALL 372-5111
WE TRADE "SPORTS CAR CENTER" doors . . . . .
FOR ANYTHING 2201 N. Main St. FR 2-4373 I
FORD. V-8 Sedan, std.

trans radio heater, white- $
I I': our Jil n roniDagenhamsatjs: walls, sea-mist green, clean, 1 088

HAWES POWERS MOTOR CO. I V'1.- one owner .'. ...- .* .r. r...*r tt'

59 DODGE Coronet V-8
dan, equipped .i including se5988

CARS HAVE GOT TO GO !11.a! tory air cond . . .c

( In stock over 30 Days)
"If You Don't like Our Prices .
'A-ton . $250

DODGE 3/ -ton . . . $350
"Cortina G.M.C. 3,4-ton . . . . $450


63 NEWPORT, 2-dr. HT, PS, PB, A/C, R&H, AT Was $3395 Is $3095 I sedan two-tone white S688

63 NEWPORT, 4-dr. HT PS, PB, R&H, A/C, AT Was $3295 Is $2995 is much more over green . . . .

63 AMERICAN, 4-dr., AT, H, 9,000 miles Was $1595 Now $1495 60 COMET

63 VALIANT, 4-dr., V-200, AT, PS, R&H, Exec. Car sedan white with S788
Was $2045 Now $1945

62 FAIRLANE, 4-dr'4 V-8, R&H nice . Was $1445 Now $1345 l I red interior . . . .

62 STUDEBAKER, 4-dr., AT, R&H, real clean Was $1195 Now $995 60 RAMBLER

61 OLDS, 4-dr. 88, PS, PB, R&H, clean . Was $1545 Now $1495
sedan clean S788
61 PLYMOUTH, 4dr.. wagon, PS, PB, AT, A/C, R&H white ,
Was $1495 Now $1395 one owner . . . .

61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr., AT, R&H, V-8 . Was $995 Now $845 60 DODGE 6, sedan torque-flite,

61 FALCON, 2dr., red clean . . Was $1095 Now $895 I.
61 VALIANT 4dr. V-200, AT, R&H. nice Was $1195 Now $995 power steering heater white- S888

60 PONTIAC, 4dr. Catalina, AT, PS, PB, R&H. walls 2-tone one owner .

Was $1395 Now $1295

60 DODGE, 4dr., AT, Heater, 6, nice . Was $995 Now $845 "JUNKERS"

60 OLDS, 2dr., '88', AT, heater. PB, )1-Owner Was $1195 Now $1095 I to drive 53 PONTIAC, Wagon ................ $55
60 RAMBLER 4dr. Classic AT A/C PS AT, 9-pass.
53 FORD, Convertible ................ $55
Was $1145 Now $1045 I i I

\ 60 LARK, 2dr. HT, AT, R&H sharp . Was $745 Now $675 f f "One Year G. W. Warranty"

60 NEW YORKER, 4dr. HT PS, PS, R&H A/C, i i

AT. Was $1895 Now $1645 Poole-Gable Used Cars

59 IMPERIAL, 4dr. HT, PS, PB, R&H, At, nice II I
Was $1495 Now $1395 I .

Was $1595 Now $1495 : 514 N. Main St. Tel. 372-4951

59 CHEVY. 4dr. HT, PS, PB, AT, A/C one owner N.I I II Il i
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Was $1195 Now $1045 : --- -

59 PLYMOUTH, 2dr. HT, Fury, PS, PB, R&H, AT, nice Ir
Was $1095 Now $995 I MNM GOOD !

57 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. HT, R&H, nice . Was $495 Now $425 l w r CARSPRICES!

CARS 6-3400
These fine cars are not "Junkers", there are many.

Was Now tw many good miles left. Come out and take a look for
63 SAAB, 2-dr., 4-speed R&H, like new $1445 $1295

61 OPEL, 4-dr Wagon, R&H, one owner Was $1045 Now $995 Cortina I yourself.

59 E. FORD, 2dr. wagon, R&H, clean . Was $495 Now $375. \t i i I I I

SECOND CARS !1 Enthusiasm for our English Ford Line products runs high among owners. I 4-dr. hardtop. automatic transmission
In fact a day doesn't go by that our cars don't demonstrate how easy and 4-dr. Sedan. radio heater.

61 FORD, 4dr., AT R&H, A/C drives good Was $795 Now $675 ; practical they are to own and drive. Take our Cortina for example. You i i $795 $595

57 DODGE, 4dr., AT, R&H, . . . Was $395 Now $225 will be constantly delighted at the way this dashing small car, with its

56 FORD, 2dr. wagon, V-8, R&H, runs good, Was $395 Now $225 reliable four-cylinder OHV engine and floor-mounted four-speed gear box.

53 OLDS, 4-dr wagon, PS, PB, R&H, AT Was $395 Now $325 starts quickly and responds zestfully-whether )"ou're on a stop-and-go city 1

56 CHRYSLER, 4-dr., AT, R&H, A/C, PS Was $395 Now $315 trip or long-distance tour. Even parking is a pleasure because of the Cortina's 59 OLDSConvertible 57 MERCURY

i 54 CHEVY, 1/2 Ton truck, real good . Was $395 Now $245 maneuverability and size. Women particularly like it. And men take special I automatic radio. 4-dr. Sadat,, rafl-o. Mater, new
...to,. cover good white tide
I pride in its roominess and the way it saves money on gas and service. Think it I i wall. tires.

}I SUPER SPECIAL over. If you want the best in driving pleasure, you really ought to see and $695 $445
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drive English
60 CHRYSLtR Convertible, 300-F. block. PS PS, R&H A/C. AT. Shorp. I


I 59 FORD. 56 FORD

SEE THE MAN WHO SELLS THEM TODAY Engsan i I 4-dr. S4.n. Station Wagon V-a engine automatic > ,

SEE 8=0RDI I $645 $345



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26 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, March 4, 1964

Oklahoma City Noise Test DeathBreakdown AIRLINE LINGO OUR GUAliMElTO


May Lower Boom on V. S. In Fla. GivenTraffic I ZURICH, Switzerland (AP- due to ramp congestion." I YplA.

v. Way back in the dark days of Here's another exactly as it
air travel, when planes never emerged from the loudspeakerof You will always
Ntm lark mtuttll If Oklahoma City takes the 30,000 signatures on petitions accidents took 1,300 payi w jv oW
flew on time the long-suffering a leading airline: the accepted retail price of the Hems which
By DONALD JANSON I jarring in stride, the federal supporting the program. lives in Florida during the first passengers didn't get the word. "Flight 102 to London has purchase. 7s VB. you

OKLAHOMA CITY This aviation agency has indicated, Working girls called the 11 months of 1963, according to They just sat there, in one been delayed. The reason is'
booming state capital seems to government and industry probably a recently released report of the dingy air terminal after another ramp congestion and the Our
be saying "yes," perhaps for will proceed to spend the F.A.A. office here to complain replacement everyday prices>rl-uvu| |yj>e j lo iotg price >
when bad weather Florida Department of Public -and waited. aircraft is a turnaround of
hundreds forced can- ny retqil store (provided the Item of ferd N
the rest of the nation as well, to of millions of dollars ."
the advent next decade of supersonic necessary to develop commer- cellation of the usual 7 a. m. Safety. I In the jet age things are dif- not soiled, shjppworn. or obspUteJ and 5w j'SM3nree
flight one day that they overslept Take this announcement fresh meet or t t Qdyertisechandise
airliners. cial airliners that can rush passengers Twenty-nine persons died on ferent. Passengers sit around I iiy
without the boom they from the airport loudspeaker in tf qt fa iaenticaj-to imtfxhandise arKlcj
chromium and
For a month now the 750,000 place to place by highways in Alachua County one flourescent : *
had been for alarm. Zurich: offer. :. -/-VS r" I1
using an we \
people in the metropolitan area the early 1970's at speeds of up during the 11 month period. air terminal after anotherandwait. I
of Oklahoma City have been to 1,850 miles an hour. But the pro-boom sentiment More people were killed in I But now they always get "We regret to announce a delay -
accustoming themselves to a The testimony of residents of is far from unanimous.A Dade County than any other the word. to in the flight to Milan" due

daily diet of windowrattlingbooms residents of Oklahoma City and vocal minority has been registering -county. Dade had 136 traffic They are told every 10 min- operational reasons.
caused by F-104 fighter nearby small towns probablywill a steady stream of deaths. utes that their plane will be de- What could be clearer that
planes simulating high alti- be presented to Congress, complaints charging damage layed another hour, and they And in three languages?I
There were 66,307 in- It's about time that AMPLE HOUS
tude flights of the prospective when the time-comes, as proofof to health, home and solitude. persons are told the reason why. The the air- t
whether the jured in traffic accidents in the lines came right out and told us)
airliners. general publiccan The F.A.A. has received 4- trouble is they can't understandthe
The flights over the city from adjust to the noise. Thereis 200 calls urging it to "please state during the period. word when they get it. in plain words why we have

nearby Tinker Air Force Base no plan for giving any other I.. stop" the tests. Some women Union County was the only one Here's a typical announcement for been hours.sitting around the terminal, South Main % J3& |fe

will continue for five more city a similar preview.So complain that the blasts startled I that recorded no traffic deaths : ]
months in a federal test of public far reaction to the eight them.A during the 11 month period. "Pan-Eagle Airways regretsto ,.
. reaction to this new assault blasts a day, which sound to I plumber sued the F.A.A. announce that flight 16205 to GREAT
the eardrums. like There were 110 people killedin Podunk and ELECTRIC ;
on some distant thunder and charging that the thunder like Texarkana has
to others like explosions "some- claps impaired his daughter's traffic accidents during Nov been delayed. The reason is a M

The IdealRememberance! where else in town," is largely hearing and aggravated an ear ember, and 3,851 the persons month. were mechanical on the aircraft." STEAM & DRY IRON VALUESPECIAL
injured during h
favorable. injury of his own. "A mechanical on the air- r

Mayor Jack S. Wilkes says Also pending is' a woman'ssuit More accidents occurred between craft," indeed. Aside from the
if For. his mail has been 5-to-l for liv- charging structural damage 5 and 6 p.m. The least fact that it isn't English, what PRICE -
Shut-ins ing with the booms. I to her house. any other hour, and the second does it mean?
Civic clubs, convinced that development The F.A.A. checks out each greatest number occurred be- Did the engine fall out? The
CREVASSE FLORIST of the supersonic air- complaint of damage to homes. tween 4 and 5 p.m. The least tail drop off? :
2015 SE Hawthorne Rd. craft is important to the prosperity A spokesman said there had number occurred between 5 and Or this announcement:
Phone FR 6-2514 I of this aviation-oriented been no proof yet of damage in- 6 5 a.m. "Flight 278-b for Addis Ababa $988Switches
I city, have collected more than directly attributable to the sonic and Azusa has been delayed.The .
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booms. reason is a service delay
ral areas than in urban areas,
the report stated. instantly from
Sewer Refund Home Brood ,
I k steam to dry accurate
r There were 126,055 accidents """ >,,.- ? convenient dial...irons

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) resulting in $50 or more reported ELYRIA, Ohio AP-Lorain) all fabrics.
-The city is preparing a refund during the 11 month period. Fatalities County's treasurer, J. Grant

for Leo E. Torres Jr., who has occurred in 1,100 of them Keys, also has been an adminis .$ -",,' .....m...........-...? -
1i N !; 0ti paid a monthly $1.05 sewer More accidents occurred on trator at the city level as mayorof

; service charge since August, Fridays and Saturdays than any ,I Elyria and state level as director S I w (CI\\
other day of the week, and the of Ohio's Department of \
1961.Plumbers discovered Mondaythat least number occurred on Sun- Highway Safety.
days. But some people figure Keys
the sewer lines from Torres' -
gets his real
house fed into a private
The there
report says were practice 'at home The
yry septic tank. 5.9 persons killed during each young
> w public official and his wife Mary
100 million vehicle miles. are parents of seven sons and CHARGE IT! .;
four daughters. 12 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL P.M. I'

JOINIHEHOHETUM There were 120 deaths in cars __ __ ____ ____ _:_ __
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which had no seat belts and 18
persons died in cars with seat

belts. Buy First Tire At Price Listed Below Get The .
WOMEN KNOWA According to the report, there
are in rural areas about 20 accidents -
checking account not only saves time in paying resulting in injury to persons -

bills, but also helps to keep your payment records occurring for each accident "SECOND TIRE 1/2
resulting in fatalities.
straight and
your budget in line. Open your First

National checking account today see the new There were 122 male drivers

personal checks for all accounts. Your name imprinted involved in fatal accidents and
32 female drivers driving cars
free. involved in fatal accidents. I

,. 't:.... '.... _. More drivers between the ages
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."',,-, .- of 25 accidents.and 34 years were involvedin OFF THAT PRICE"IkllF1ii

Semi your cotnttay Md yoot cfiDMUUdiy Excessive speed was blamed

r1rst4RdGfaJ for more accidents than any
YODRIUIIONU6IURD other cause, and failure to yield
the right of way was the second
greatest cause. Fifty-six persons -
Established 1888 died in accidents in which
| Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation speed was the cause, and 11 died
Member of Federal Reserve System Co. B, let En. 187th Arm.r in accidents blamed on failure to

FR 6-6608 yield the right of way.

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against defect in workmanship and replacements are prorated. on tread
materials and road hazard injuries and based on F estonepnc; cur
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ISN'T THIS Me of the original tread.
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red, blue, green black 'e>eVe> VMeed

os shows at Firestone Stores competitively priced at Firestone Dealers and at oil service stations displaying Flresfort .

The Old Guard Says "N0"-lr's "Evil"! What Do You Say? :


Re-Elect BYRON M. Elect ARNOLD F. i

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