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 5, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
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issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00062
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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! .'j 4 City Candidates (Details Showersi Page 2)I ((1afttrzuille v ltU.-/ /

In Forum Tonight *


; The four Gainesville City Commission candidates face each ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY
; ,
other tonight at 8:15 at the Gainesville High School auditor- BOlO DELIVERED 43e
Sponsors of the public forum are the Gainesville League of ..

Women Voters and the Junior Chamber of Commerce. HANDWRITING EXPERT TESTIFIES
; Radio Station WGGG will broadcast the program beginning
" at 8:30.

Each candidate will have a chance to outline his platform.
I \ A question-and-answer period will follow.
I' The candidates Commissioner Byron Winn, Commissioner '
;4 Home
1 Edwin Andrews, Arnold Butt and James Richardson-will Repairs Forged
t be introduced by league president Mrs. William Jones and

)I Jaycee chairman James Quincy.Hodge .

+ [ By HAROLD HUMMEL Another St. Petersburg area paper for Florida Homecraft of of Guaranty Mortgage and In- firm's officers. He said he ne-
Quits Sun Staff Writer firm, Guaranty Mortgage and St. Petersburg. He said it was surance took the stand to deny ver had handled the Homecraft
The completion certificate on Insurance Company, now holds supposed to be a paper for the any knowledge of frauds whenhe papers.
a 1959 home repair job here the mortgages and is foreclos- salesman, "to prove he had first came into contact with
t, was forged, a handwriting expert ing on them. seen me." the mortgages taken by Home- Another witness wanted by
testified yesterday in Circuit Mrs. Brannon provided a high He said he had tried to find craft. He said he was an offi- both the plaintiff and Defense
Court. point to testimony yesterday.She the Homecraft people after cer of another firm that boughtall Attorney Karlene Hussey -
r School RaceSchool MrsAllene Brannon said said she had given a detailed that so he could get them to of Guaranty's assets in Feb- failed to appear yesterday.He's .

I I) she made a detailed examination examination only to Gad- do some work on his house, but ruary of 1961. Guaranty already Charles Hammond, the
t of the signatures of Rev. dy's completion certificate, but never did find them. He said owned the mortgages, he former owner of Largo Loan
and commit- Robert V. Gaddy and his wife had made preliminary checkson he didn't know until a year later Company who allegedly did han-
Board Member LesterC. business, recent said.Also
Hodge withdrew as a candi- ments for the business develop- Rossa Lee Gaddy as they appear other papers connected with that any mortgages were testifying was the man- dle the Homecraft papers while
purported comple- his case. filed against his of of sister Largo owned them.A .
necessi- on a property. ager one Guaranty's -
date for re election in a surprise ment of this property
+ announcement released tates that I change my residence tion certificate. The others look genuine, Under questioning by Guaran- firms, Liberal Loan Com- subpoena was issued for
both to be for- she said. But she avoided Elton H. Schwarzof him but check
late yesterday. within the next few They appear any ty's attorney, pany' Monday, a with
:/ He had announced months."I geries done by the same per- absolute pronouncements on Stuart, Gaddy repeatedly denied Liberal replaced Largo Loan his home county sheriff's of-
t k'1 his son, she said. the signatures that she hadn't making the mortgage. Company which William Miller fice in Clearwater about noon
!' I i { for candidacY will probably re locate The Gaddy case is one of examined in detail Mrs. Bran- Others testifying yesterday af- also managed. Largo transferred yesterday disclosed that depu-
I J 1' the reelection my home outside the boundariesof 19 home repair mortgage fore- non has been working with ternoon included Elvie Humphres the mortgages to Guaranty ties hadn't been able to find
., as District 3. This will requiremy closure cases now before the handwriting for 20 years. another property owner while Miller was at its him to serve the papers on. He
School Board'srepresent
j resignation from the School court here. Judge John A. H. Rev. Gaddy took direct issue who is being sued. He also helm. reportedly was out of town.
live from District a -- Board, should I be reelected."In Murphree is having final hear- with her preliminary finding on claimed he had signed only one But Miller denied knowledgeof Both attorneys said they

i 3 in fairness to the school sys- ings on them this week. his other papers."I paper, but he admitted the signatures what was involved in the would continue trying-to find
i Gainesville ear- tem and the people of Alachua All the mortgages were tak- never signed them," he de- that allegedly are his, transaction. He said Largo's him in the hope that he'll appear -
ly last month. County, the best course appearsto en by the now defunct Florida clared repeatedly. "look like mine." mortgage business was usual- before the hearings end,
I | Only last be that I withdraw at this Homecraft of St. Petersburg. Gaddy said he had signed one Earlier yesterday, an officer ly handled directly by the probably Friday.he .
Sunday did he time.
draw opposition when Jasper "I appreciate the privilegethe
I' Joiner, a University of Florida p e o pIe have given me to
professor, announced he would serve them as a member of the Query Man in Jax
contest Hodge's seat on the School Board and as a School

V board in the May primary.In Trustee. I am proud of the
a prepared statement, small part I have played in developing -

Hodge gave as his reason for our school system and
pulling out of the race a con- in the future intend to maintain
templated change of residence my interest in providing a qual- For 40
I which will put him in another ity school "program for our BombingsJACKSONVILLE
district. His statement reads as young people.

.j follows: Hodge has served the county .
', "I am today withdrawing my system for about 15 years, 1
(AP) Two said two sticks of but would have
dynamite an attorney and
candidacy for reelection to the both as a Trustee and School
top police officers from Birm- found in Rosecrans' in Jack- wanted
e he car a hearing. (
Alachua County School Board Board member. Last year e
I from District III. My home on was chairman of the School ingham, Ala., were in Jackson sonville Feb. 22 and 800 more Described by the police chiefin a
Northwest 13th Street is zoned Board. ville today prepared for a long found buried behind a trailer his former home at Anderson,
stay to question a mild-man- home he rented were "exactly Ind., as a "loner who knew all
r \ nered former mechanic about 40 the same type" used in the train the tricks," Rosecrans appeared
unsolved racial bombings. bombings. almost meek at the hearing. He

They flew in Wednesday after Rosecrans went to St. Augus- was ordered held in Jackson-

I Lassiter Mason Seeks the man, 30-year-old William tine Feb. 25, two days before the ville jail.
Sterling Rosecrans of Anderson, twin blasts set off the day Pres- No one was hurt in the Feb. 16

I Ind., was charged with bombingthe ident Johnson visited Florida, Jacksonville explosion, which
School Board Postadvanced home of a' 6-year-old boy Weatherholt said. damaged the home of Mrs. lona
t who was the only Negro studentin Rosecrans told U.S. Commis- Godfrey, whose son, Donald,
an integrated school. sioner Donald DeHoff that he broke racial barriers at an elementary r z -
Lassiter Mason today an- degree in Public St. Johns County Sheriff L. O. could not raise the $25,000 bond, school.to a i __ .
nounced he will be a candidatefor School Administration.He Davis said Rosecrans signed a .
the School Board representing .
is a member of the American statement admitting the bomb-
District III in Gainesvillein Legion, VFW, Moose Lodge, ing.Florida U.S. To Put Reactor
the May 3 primary. Phi Delta Kappa and the First and federal authorities

Mason, a 55-year-old night Baptist Church.He questioned Rosecrans about a L NV4L -
manager at the Holiday Inn and series of dynamitings that have -
holds a Rank II teaching derailed a number of Florida
t a former county teacher, stated Under
certificate and science InspectionGENEVA
taught ,
East Coast
his decision to run resulted from Railway freight
mathematics and shop at Santa
t trains
the withdrawal of incumbent during a 14-month-old

Lester Hodge from the cam- Fe in 1959. strike. He has denied any partin (AP-The United come under IAEA surveil- Y y i '. cW x ,y

paign- In a prepared statement Ma- the railroad bombings.He States announced today that it lance. It is rated at a power 4 ,. > .
son said: admitted that he was in will place of its largest
Mason born in Gaines- level of thermal kilowatts
was Alabama when an 600,000 -
ville and is the grandson of "I feel that the present school apart a Birmingham Ne- nuclear international power reactors in under the and produced over one Science Fair Underway
Lawson Hill and Judge Horace administration has made real gro church Sept. 16 1963 inspection
killing hope that other countries-and billion kilowatt hours of elec-
Mason, pioneer resident of Al progress in recent years, and four girls and injuring 23 other the Soviet Union- tricity in 1963. The Gainesville High School Team Teaching Auditorium
achua County. that the Alachua County School persons, according to police."It was a busy place this morning as students froma
He attended the University of System is considerably above is a case of such importance will follow suit. "The United States does not dozen schools in a six-county area began putting up

Florida and the U. S. Military the state average- that we feel any lead must U.S. delegate Adrian S. Fisher believe that opening these reac- exhibits for the Region 6 Science Fair. Exchanging display -
Academy in West Point. "I am looking forward to help- be thoroughly exploited," said told the 17-nation disarmament tors to international inspectionis ideas were Janie Harp and Marc Lawrence, both
ing to continue accelerated progress Jefferson County, Ala., Sheriff conference the huge reactor a derogation of its national of GHS. Tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., more than 120
At the outbreak of WW II Ma- and ask the voters to accept Mel Bailey. Birmingham Police plant at Rowe, Mass., is to be sovereignty," Fisher said. exhibits are open to the public.
son was stationed in the Philip- my potential contributionas Chief Jamie Moore said they placed under inspection of the
pines on the staff of Gen. Jona- an elected representative of had nothing concrete to link
International Atomic Energy
thon Wainwright. He survivedthe the School Board. Rosecrans to any Birmingham AgencyIAEA.Fisher To Show Film Oswald
Bataan Death March and Mason said he considered Les- bombing. He added, "we don't on Slayingpull I

three and one-half years in Japanese ter Hodge an excellent School even know whether or not the said the United States
prison camps. He was Board member and regrettedhis man will talk to hopes this step will
us. encouragethe By RELMAN MORIN the trigger of his 38-caliber could not tell which finger
later awarded the Silver Star leaving the school system.
Rosecrans was arraigned Soviet Union and other coun-
used to pull the trigger.
after he shot Oswald. Ruby
for gallantry in action in the Mason lives with his wife Ka- Wednesday on a federal chargeof tries to join in a world-wide DALLAS, Tex. (AP) Dist. pistol
defense of the Phillipines.Now therine and 16-year-old daughter violating the 1960 Civil RightsAct system to prevent the misuse of Atty. Henry M. Wade prepared This testimony came from J. Defense lawyers say he consider used-
his middle
Virginia at 204 NW 20th which prohibits the obstruction civil reactors for clandestine today to show the jury in JackRuby's R. Leavelle Dallas policemanwho finger. They
retired from the Air evidence that
this Ruby was
Drive. His son, Lassiter Jr. will of federal of nuclear murder trial-and Ruby
Force, Mason served on Gen.Douglas graduate from West Point this court integration production weapons. himself-the film of the wild was handcuffed to Oswald in a state of "psychomotor dis
orders. The school
the 6-
Fisher stressed that the IAEA and did realizehe
McArthur's War when Ruby fired. Belli seemedto function, not
year. moment when Ruby shot Lee
Staff year-old attended was integrated will be invited to undertake the not the first
Crimes after WW II and was using or
by order of U.S. District Harvey Oswald on Sunday, attach importance to the
as Deputy Chief of World Wide permanent inspection of the trigger, finger
Communications .for the Air CandidateList Court. Rowe reactor "whether or not Nov. 24. point. He contends Ruby was 3. Doyle Lane, a Western'Union -
Oliver P. "blacked
Force during the Korean War. Florida Sheriffs Weatherholt of the other states reciprocate." But if The film was recorded by tel- out" emotionally. supervisor, testified that

Before returning to Gaines- Rosecrans "the Bureau first said real they do reciprocate, he added, evision cameras in the base- 2. Leavelle, under questioningboth Ruby bought a $25 money order
GrowsThe was would be "one of the most ment of the Dallas City Hall
ville, Mason served one termon good suspect anybody has had"in it by Asst Dist. Atty. Wil- moments before he shot Os-
the Duval County School the significant developments of this seen live by some viewers, and liam Alexander and Belli, said wald.
railway bombings. He
Board from 19551959. He helped list of candidates for the conference." in re-runs by countless others. I

plan a ,$35 million capital outlay May primaries continues Fisher said three smaller Ruby will be looking at it for
1 Absentee Ballot American reactors two at the the first time, said his lawyer,
program in Duval schools growing. Melvin M. Belli. Nixon Asks Name DeletedIn
and served as an executive director County Clerk J- B. Carmichael Brookhaven, N.Y., research lab-
of the Florida School reports the latest group of Deadline Nears oratory and one at Piqua, Ohio, Wade said he expects to com-
Board Association. candidates to file were: are already under IAEA inspec- plete the state's case today Florida GOP PrimaryTALLAHASSEE

After that Mason returned to W. S. (Tiny) Talbot seekingthe Applications for absentee ballots tion to help the agency developits Then the defense will

the University of Florida wherehe superintendent of public instruction for the March 17 city elec- procedure for safeguardingthe have its turn.Testimony Fla., Secretary of State Tom Adams
received his master's degreein position. must be filed in person or peaceful uses of atomic from 14 witnesses (
API-Former Vice President
in today to keep his name off the
writing by 5 p.m. March 13,
secondary education. He also for energy. Wednesday developed these
Jasper Joiner running Richard Nixon, object of a draft
Registration ballot.In .
Supervisor Mrs. Florida primary
has two years work towards an the board of public instruction. Alma Bethea said The privately owned reactorat main points: movement for the Republican

County Surveyor Perry Mc- She said voters must today. make Rowe is by far the largestBy 1. Ruby continued to try to presidential nomination, asked a telegram, Nixon said he

Griff seeking reelection. their own applications. had decided not to participate in

March 17 for is the the deadline 5 for The absentee ballots must =YOU MAY HAVE MATE ALLERGYSneezing = any primaries around the nation.
qualifying May prim-
be returned to the registrationoffice

ary. March by 16. 5 pjn. on Monday, II More Nowaday? I j I. rently Adams new, faced problem with in an the elect appa-

Gov. Bryant ion laws, called upon the At-
II II torney General's office for an

Job Hunting? THE ASSOCIATED PRESS five authenticated cases of allergies powder his wife wore. Most such opinion.

WHERETO There's no doubt, allergists developed between man cases turn out to have similar Meanwhile in Tampa, Anthony -
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.: Gov. agree, that husbands and wives and wife. Dandruff was the villain answers." Battaglia, organizing chair-

E 2k Farris Bryant, who has sparred FIND IT can But be sometimes allergic to the each symptomsa other. in each case. A third physician said symptoms man of the Republicans for

with newsmen for months over Another allergist recalled a of an allergy often may Nixon Movement, told the Associated -
his plans after leaving the gov- rash, sneezing, irritability- that the brink of be purely psychological. Press he was interested
Comics . . 13 denote another problem: they couple was on
ernor's.office in January, ended Classified . 23-25 just can't stand each other.A divorce because everytime they "Husband and wife just don't only in drafting Nixon for the

speculation somewhat today by Entertainment 22 group of doctors, all of kissed, the husband's eyes like being near each other," he post.
saying he planned to return to Obituaries . 2 would water, his nose would itch
his law in Ocala.At whom preferred anonymity, dis- said. "But they don't want to "I'm not interested merely fawho's .
practice I
Opinion Page . 4 a't and be would become irritable. admit .
the time he cussed this touchy subject this, even to themselves.So going to become the big j
same though,
said he was considering several Sports . 15.17Women's the annual convention of the "It took quite a while," said they come up with symptoms cheese," he said. "I want to
.. job offers which interestedhim. .. 9-11 American College of Allergists.One the doctor, "but we discoveredhe which they hope they can blameon give the people of Florida a

MASON He did not elaborate. '1 physician said there were was allergic to the face an allergy." choice."

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i z. 2 Gainesville Sun Thursday, March 5, 1964
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t Newsmen To Test Weather Roundup


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By ELTON C. FAY Some Congress members, -
A-Partly cloudy cod today and r .
. WASHINGTON (APWhether among them several in high position Friday and cold tonight. High today 0uM0 1 1028 N. Main St., Gainesville Shopping Center
I 58 to 64. low tonight 38 to 44. Small \
i the administration can maintain have revealed that even craft warnings displayed for NW to ; ..
, the high secrecy imposed committees which normally north winds 15 to 25 mph gradually ,.J\. e I..UIMe! \ qeswr McColIum, 1124 W. University-Gresham, 12 W. University13th
diminishing and becoming variable a i ,
on all facets of the All jet would be informed on such mat- I to 16 miles per hour tonight and \ F 1522 1324 E.
I Pharmacy 13th St.-McCollum University
; plane project comes to new test ters as the development and Friday. E \ \ ,

i today when Secretary of Defense -flight of new warplanes were B-C: Partly cloudy, becom- ---\;::.'.

Robert S. McNamara not told by the administrationof ing fair tonight and Friday. fOIl"aIL\ \0. If You Wont To i

I'' holds a Pentagon news confer- the All program. They Cooler today and tonight. High .. I I I.., REC. $1.19 \ \ \'\\\IW'\I /// Stop Smoking,
'. Try
ence. learned of it like any other citi- 70 to 75, low tonight 45 to 50. .J

Under the ground rules for a zen, when Johnson announced Southwest and west winds 15 H ", :L. CORICIDIN

I general news conference a it and said it had been tested at to 25 mph, diminishing tonight .. : "" BANTRONSMOKING

t fj t newsman may ask any questions more than 2,000 miles an hour. becoming light and variable D j.1I V UN I

1, he desires in any form in The circumstances of John- Friday. = SMOKING DETERRENTTABLETS
I which he desires to phrase it. son's disclosure of the hitherto i m; 1r ti71e.+'
&Partly cloudy through Friday with =
i The official of course, is not secret All project and its roleas I a few showers. Turning cooler today f"
tonight. High around 75, low to '
I compelled to answer. an interceptor fostered spec- nip t 50 to 55. Southwesterly' winds GAINESVILLE WEATHER "
McNamara, bearing in mind ulation which the 15 to 25 mph, becoming westerly Airport readings
government Municipal
diminishing tonight f ,. ,5 Reg. C
President Johnson's instruc- ordinarily attempts to discourage E F G-Mostly cloudy with few for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: ,. 76
tions that all individuals associated when showers today. Partly: cloudy I and 86 at 4 low 62 at 66 :; 'J$1.25
military weapons are cooler tonight and Friday. High 75, p.m. 25's i'y .. .', .
I.' with the program have concerned. He volunteered the low tonight 55 to 45. Southwesterly' 6 to 7 a.m. Rainfall: .19 inwinds :: Size
10 to 20 mph becoming variable
been directed to refrain from information. 5 to 15 mph tonight and Friday. ches. hul
saying anything more than H I J K-Partly cloudy through Fri
Because McNamara himself day. Warm with a high of 80 to (5. CEDAR KET TIDES
Johnson himself said at a news has build- Low tonight 65 to 72. South and SW Friday-High at 8:09 a.m. and 6:11
; conference last Saturday could steadfastly opposed winds 10 20 mph becoming variable p.m. Low at 1:05 a.m. and 11:55 a.m. REG. 59c ___ REG. 33cWhite
ing any new interceptor on the mostly southerly 5 to 15 mph tonight i '
counter questions with that re- and Friday. MARINE FORECAST i -
i ground[ no new supersonic, _
r minder. EAST GULF: Westerly winds 15 to 95
Russia bombersare
long range ,
But compelling reasons for known to be in existence TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE 20 northerly knots 5 this to 15 afternoon knots tonight becoming and I i $ PAPERSTARCH

questions have risen since the calling for such interceptors, Jacksonville ............ 86 H 66 L Prep..06 Friday. BREEZEROX'A f R
President disclosed the existence ................. ALMANAC ili
the haa arisen whether Miami 75 74
question .
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Tampa ................ 84Atlanta 67 Sunset today 6:31 p.m. -
j I of the advanced experimental the actual role of the All ................ 78 4t .56 Sunrise tomorrow .......... 6:50 a.m. I NAPKINS
"J jet planes which he said New Orleans .......... 74 44 The Moon rises .......... 1:15 a.m. .
I would be for .
i 1 interception.One Boston ................. 54 42 tomorrow and is at Apogee. \
I were being flown at Edwards government source, in New York .............. 54 45 .23 Last Quarter tomorrow ... 5:00 a.m. \\
Calif. ........... 50 4S PROMINENT CONSTELLATIONChicago Manu S.beX Package of 250't
Air Force Base, Washington
I answer to a question, said the ................ 53 31 .68 Orion. In the south after sunset and 2 Use ,n
One reason was the almost Kansas City ............ 51 26 .44 In the southwest .......... 8:58: PJIU Big i .
All obviously has potential capability Denver ................ 320 VISIBLE PLANETSFt. 37 __ =- floor.etc.\ up
'I unprecedented secrecy imposed for reconnaissance use.Tornadoes. Worth ............ 60 31 Jupiter sets .... ....... 8:52: p.m. l P III\\\1'\ 'oust fan, coots c
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by the administration on a proj Los Angeles .n. 68 51 Venus follows Jupiter. lC-aoz. \ \\W 5 rooms. 23
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ect which actually had its in-
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I ception a decade ago was start- Violent Winds l' \ .:.! \ 8 8
ed in development, then can t u $
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REG. 59e 15
,\ celed and has emerged as a \ 'h"

new program. \u'\\i' \ ; REG. $2.00
Destruction in SouthBy
Managers Reap \; S--tI! "FAST"HOME

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r THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Gulf of Mexico clashed with a a fire in which seven died. An- __ .
To DisctlssCredit Tornadoes and other violent cold front Wednesday. I other Arkansas fatality was at- PERMANENTS

weather killed 11 persons and Torrential rains accompaniedmany tributed to a tornado. TABLETS REG. $2.98 2 V2 GALLON
For All of Hair
PlansA injured about 40 In six Southern thunderstorms and the Two were killed in western ALL-METAL Types

states. 24-hour rainfall in western Ken- Kentucky and another perishedin GAS

series of programs concernIng The Weather Bureau said at tucky exceeded five inches. Tennessee. j 39C

I credit policies will be discussed -least a dozen tornadoes were Lightning struck a house at I Damage from tornadoes was 25's FIiP $100

during a meeting of the spawned as warm air from the Forrest City, Ark.' and started reported in Louisiana, Missis- Vent CAN

Credit Managers of Gainesvilleat sippi and Missouri, and wind

t 6:30 p.m. today in the Park damage to a lesser degree was With

Lane Cafeteria. reported in northwest Georgia. 39c VALUE! Spout I/

i Frank O'Byrne will be the <@bttuatit! A woman was killed when a osortP $199 / 89c VALUE!

J speaker. tornado roared down onto the GLYCERIN MIXEDNUTS ,U i
1 Each member firm of the Beech Creek community near

Credit Managers of Gainesville CURTIS BONDSBell E. H. COLEMAN Magnolia, Ark. Six others were ,
will be asked to take part in the SUPPOSITORIES '
j t series of Curtis Bonds, 54, a E. H. Coleman, 76, of Route 4, injured. .
I programs.The retired farmer of Bell, died yesterday died at his home today. He had Another tornado lashed west-! : 10 14 Ounce
; will be entitled
"Establishing programs a Credit Policy," in the VA Hospital at been ill for several months.He ern Kentucky, killing two and ADULT or INFANTCHAR3 Q.l Pounds Vacuum Pack Can

"W hen You Extend Credit" Lake City after an extended ill was a native of Cairo, Ga.,I injuring about 20. The twister I

"When .and moved to Gainesville last:hit near Hardin, near KentuckyLake CHARCOAL
an Begins to ness.Funeral 17c
Cause Trouble," "Duty To Self services for Bondsare I year. dipped into the tiny com- ,rs LIGHTER 59C

and Others," "Cooperation With scheduled tomorrow at 3 Survivors include his wife, munity of Fairdealing and then (Limit 2))

The Other Credit Grantors," p.m. in Wayfare Baptist Church, Bevie Cardin Coleman and one struck Kirksey. R\JH\ BRIQUETS

and "Using Credit As A Tool with Re/. J. L. Tomlinson offi- son, Lester, both of Gainesville; Some businesses were damaged '

for Selling." ciating. two grandsons and one great- but most of the destruc- Size 79c VQ/UC/
All member firms of the Credit Burial will be in Wayfare Ce- grandson. tion was confined to homes in $1.39 VALUE! Quart VALUE!
Managers of Gainesville are metery under the direction of Funeral service will be Fri- the area. The heavy rainfall in- .

asked to be present for the Harrison Funeral Home. I I day at 2:30: p.m. in Cairo. Williams cluded 7.7 inches at Paducah,1' iT' j 51 C FOLDING

meeting. There will be no ad- Survivors include four nieces, -Thomas Funeral Homeis 5.75 at Henderson-heaviest in 219C

mission and each person attending Maggie Trails, Nellie Conner in charge of local arrange- 29 years, 5.25 at Owensboro, ALUMINUM

I will pay for his own and Corrie Vaughn, all of Bell, ments. and 4.17 at Louisville.The --
and Hazel Riggs, Inverness -
meal. ; Tennessee Valley Author- LAWN
and four nephews, Glen Leggett, -
a JULIUS McWILLIAMS ity plant at Pickwick
AccidentRoundup Bell, Aaron Leggett, Coleman power
Funeral services for Julius Dam was knocked out as a tornado CHAIR
II'Fla., B. A. Leggett, Clearwater, GAJLLON-HEAVILY
Patrick whipped through Tennes- \ ,
and Dorsey Leggett, Elfers, Fla. McWUliams 71, 405
E. University Ave., who died \
I Tuesday afternoon in Alachua see.Mrs.. Maydell Summers, about \ GALVANIZED ,
The Gainesville police this General Hospital, will be con- 45, was killed at her Spring-

morning reported the following TRENTON Thomas Jasper ducted at 8:30 a.m. tomorrowin field, Tenn., farm when a storm FEATHER LIGHT! GARBAGE l!

persons involved in accidents in Parrish, 73, a longtime residentof St. Patrick's Catholic cellar caved hi at her house. .'" : : J

the city yesterday and today: Trenton, died this morningat Church. The tornado at Pickwick de- SUN ; :' ttj( !

Betty Hall Pons, 2001 SE 4th his home, following a lengthy McWilliams, a retired lum molished the main switchyardof CAN )

St., and Rollie Lee Hutchison illness. berman, was born in Alexan- the power house and knockedover $199

Route 2, about 7:22: a.m. yesterday Funeral arrangements will dria, La., and had been a resi- main river crossing trans- HELMETAdjustable .' : With L
be announced Harrison Funeral
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:' I Oiafnt5uil1e Sun I The Boy Grows OlderBy


( WALTER LIPPMANN and the test ban treaty, that and is parading before the has taught him nothing. It has

JOHN K. HARBISON. President and After some 10 days in South- nuclear war is not imminentand voters' eyes, the eternal juvenile not taught him that in manyof
?PnblUl.tr PAT COWLES. Tic PreU- SOUTHBy ern California where I did lit- that Cuba though a nuisance who lurks in the American the great religious and ideo-
I.. deati ED JOHXSO.V. Tie President le except sniff the air, I have is not a military soul. This boy who won't logical conflicts of mankind

Florida's Beautiful EBEKSOLE.mad Ezecutlvs Vice EdiUrt President W. G.and Bill Ad-) come back feeling that since danger. Last, but not least, I grow up refuses to live in a there has been no victory no

vertUlof OtrecUri( BOB TARTAG- RALPH McGILL last year there has been a would put on the list the open world which does not obey defeat, no solution and no set-

'University City LIONE. Vice President and Cirenla.U Of Pointer the Atlanta.Prize Winning I -_ M Bftr. is a change for the better.A murder of President that he has adversaries whomhe with the unsettled busi-

i year ago in the aftermathof Kennedy shocked the country cannot dominate or that he ness.

THE SUN'S POUCY FailureOf the Cuban missile crisis into a realization of what can has friends whom he must Since we as a people haveto

there was an alarming amountof happen if violence is unre- live with though they do not
1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. put away the eternal boyin
) of irrational strained. At the same time it with him.
floating anxiety, agree
of the Sun in but in
2. Express the opinions -- only -editorials ourselves if
we are goingto
: removed a president who
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. U.S. fear and groundless anger, was
expressing itself in war- enormously admired and extravagantly THIS UNQUENCHABLE boy.. move successfully in a

.: The Sun's telephones: All Departments3728441I whooping at our adversaries hated. The coun- is sure that whatever goes world we do not own or con-

Want Ads-376-4672 In ChinaDr. abroad and in extremism at try feels very much at home against his wishes is the workof trol, and among people who
home. with the Johnson family, and a villain or a traitor. He do not have to love us be-
The anxiety which was it has been greatly reassuredby does not doubt that every cause we are almost always

Tang Tsou's book, "Amrica's threatening to unnerve the the competence with which problem has a solution, that right, I rejoice at the signs I
country is subsiding.THE the Vice President took over. is to say, his solution. For have seen that the country will
The Glass White HouseThe Failure in China, was The calming effect of the him, all conflicts and disputes follow the President as he puts

: published in 1963. (He is on UNRESTRAINED and nuclear detente, which was, must end either in victory or away childish things.On .

floodlight of publicity is beI ministrations. Most of its aspects the faculty of the University of unmeasured extremism, which it may well be, the crowning defeat. All is black that isn't this cheery note, I have

r ginning to illuminate President Lyn- and excesses came prominently to Chicago.) It was hailed as a caused men to talk as if they achievement of President Ken altogether white, for history returned from my vacation.

: don Johnson and members of his the surface during the Kennedy ad- "balanced, scholarly and sobering Union would like to secede from the nedy feeling, has of confidence coalesced that with Lyn-the
because they hated
I family at maximum voltage. ministration.The work, that pulled no Washington where the Ken- don Johnson is a prudent, old- r

4 i punches in delineating American nedys ruled, is no longer re fashioned American who has = ON THE RIGHT =

; Columnists are analyzing the Pres- youth, energy and personal errors of judgment and spectable. no taste for gambling and for-

:' : ident's every word and gesture in attractiveness of the Kennedys made policy, but at the same time There is a degree of unity eign adventure.

inner motivation, them and interesting fare for analyzed the why of them. and a mood of sobriety whichis
: terms of some warm AND THEN THERE is the The
They were the same misconceptions of the real America Subtlety
course, -
.y : some special sense of political know- the public's insatiable curiosity about that have caused us underneath the passing constructive contribution of

: how or gift of statesmanship. Maga- the First Family. They were new to make other failures in for- frustrations of having to deal Barry Goldwater. As long as
: his past stars the political horizon. eign policy.Dr. he was not out in the open
: zine writers are up on with a new and dangerous
running for President, he was Of SteveBy
: achievements making much of his world.A .
Tang Tsou's premise is free to say all kinds of dash-
"1 : long hours of work, his administrative :More than the Johnsons or the that Americans have never radical right and radical ing things that caught various

: drive and the manner in which Eisenhowers or the Trumans, the given much attention to political left we shall always have withus. people's fancy. But to be a

4I I : he shakes hands or greets a chair- Kennedys were perfect material for theory because of the But in a strong and stable candidate for the Republican
marvelous success of their country they are dangerousonly nomination for President of WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR., tion picture hostile to the
man of a Senate committee. Photo- photographers and writers. They democracy. The vitality of our when they infect considerable the United States is quite different My friend Mr. Steve Allen, military estabJi''1rr.er' hut .

graphers are snapping pictures con- provided glamour, romance, youth, institutions retarded the devel- sections of the moderate from holding forth in the superb entertainer who they cooperated and helpedus

:. stantly of the Johnson daughterswith uninhibited enthusiasms, change of opment of knowledge regard- center. I may, of course, the locker room of a country labors, in his off-hours, and in every way."

their circle of younger friends pace and surprise.The ing the strength and weaknessof be mistaken. But I think the club. Serious people have now also on some of his on-hours, "Yes, Kirk, isn't that fasci-

and of Mrs. Johnson in the roles of the American political tradition infections of extremism is not taken a serious look at thesenator's to make America uninhabit- nating."
and "hindered the evolution spreading and is, on the con- remarkable books able, is much taken, as one
I mother hostess and public ate it The Republicans "I guess that it shows that
First Lady, up, of a conscious national trary, receding. I have been and speeches, and they are would expect, with the new there is not much chance of
I wife. did, too, but it left them nettled purpose." wondering why. now being subjected to full movie, "Seven Days in May." the thing we're talking about

and frustrated when they contem- public exposure. "May's" plot is as simpleas happening, Steve."

i Sooner or later-probably sooner plated the next presidential election PROFESSOR TANG TSOU THE LEADING FACTORS The senator is doing a great the mind of those who are "Well, yes, Kirk, but on the
have been I
further said "The moral think, the as- it. In word
'I : unity frightened by a ,
-complaints will be forthcoming contest. and sassination of President Ken- service to the country. It is other hand the movie is drawing \
uniformity in Americanlife the idealistic president of the
I from the opposition party's spokesmen accentuated the natural nedy, the accession of Lyndon like that done by a vivid car- United States Frederick Extremists attention and to the the Right Wing

and campaign managers that There was no deviously planned tendency to view alien thingsin Johnson and the realization, toon in a confused political March, concludes a yummy threat to the possible
they are stabilityof
i j! the whole Johnson family is using scheme to monopolize the headlinesand terms of one's own assump- after the Cuban confrontation controversy. He impersonates, disarmament agreement with this great country. This is

the White House for political propa- the picture pages. There was tions..Americans tended to the Soviet Union, whereuponthe not to disparage the honest

1' ganda and campaign purposes. It will no plot to make the Republican par- belittle the role of political doctrine ln'e'Iondi fascistic General Burt conservatives, that is another
ideology in the political Lancaster plots to overthrowthe
story, but the people that be-
be whispered that the newspapers, ty appear as the sole repository of life of other societies. The government of the United lieve such bizarre

J broadcasting companies, magazinesand the aged and the decrepit. lack of interest in the deeper States by a military coup, onlyto this. things as

book publishers have become philosophical questions of their be thwarted by the alert

the tools of the Democratic party. And there is none now to give the own society was matched bya o and patriotic Colonel Kirk WHEREUPON STEVE holds
profound ignorance of political I HELL, J Jc Douglas, who gets to Presi-
Johnsons a monopoly on wisdom, political up a brochure from PoorRichard's
doctrines and ideologies dent March in the nick of
I Forget it. know-how and the virtues of abroad. time- and saves the countryfor Bookstore, a Los

family life, beyond the strange nature the Communists, I mean Angeles establishment devot-
"Thus, at a time when the ed to the dissemination of
The pattern is familiar. In only our special brand of democracythat United States from the fascists, I mean rightwing literature and
was highly con- para-
) it the turns the White House into well, the picture is a little
slightly varying ways was a fident of her political strengthand 1" graphernalia. "I have circledthe
confusing, rather like Steve
same through the Roosevelt, Tru- glass house where its occupants and influence, American con- ; Allen's of American for- more extreme offerings of
grasp Poor "
man, Eisenhower and Kennedy ad- public curiosity are concerned. frontation 'with- revolutionary eign policy. Richard's Bookstore
movements and regimes did said Steve steadily, and the

not alert Americans to the I II Ii camera focuses on the large
contrast between the revolutionaries' brochure and its revolutionary
anxious for the movie to reach
inventory offered in the formof
I of pur- the hearthside of every non-

I pose awareness and their of a own national insufficient aim. hysterical American citizen, them bumper-strips.out loud. "For Steve instance reads,
of the People
Voice and accordingly he invited on 'Repeal the Income Tax!'
his the
FURTHERMORE, political program, recently, Here's another: 'Get the US
man who stretched the seventh '
out of
the UN!
influence in the United States And another:
day in May over to an
On The Sun's I frequently stemmed from economic eternity of pacific felicity with 'ThIs is a Republic, Not a
== Opinion Page power and assumed the the Soviet Union. Democracy!" *

form of economic relation The camera's t
coun e
Opinion and comments of Sun readers arc welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters "You know Steve," Kirk I
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should ships. This fact reinforced the ( \ said I revolutionary eyes are mean-
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot bt used. The depreciation of ideology in -.ca. Douglas am para- while trained on the entire j
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or leading Americans to overestimate phrasing the colloquy as bestI brochure. Dead-center, and
at1; lM1.f 1 i
"this is
can a great
intent. the efficacy of economic circled like the others, a
"I\ look for the men to split the vote and Margaret country that we live in. Herewe
bumper sticker
power, in the specific form of : "GoldwaterIn
GVille Politics What they are afraid of, I out candidates on their viewsof American economic aid, to Chase Smith to win in a landslide." are making a major mo- '64!"
don't know, but the insistenceon various city problems.
change the political orientationof But Steve didn't read that
their personal dictatorshipas These are known as issues, "
And Democracy bel n g the only course, and we have plenty of genuine revolutionary groups. THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST extremist He had objurgation circled out loud.
merely it and
which other citizens are to ones on hand, so don't be Dr. Tang Tsou quotes, as an the ,
EDITOR, Sun: I have been follow like sheep, is a grevious befuddled by fake ones. Decide illustration of this thesis, a viewer could draw his own

asked recently by several fault. which candidates most paragraph from Dr. Walter The Congress and Viet Namsupplies conclusions.

people to support city com Second, some idea of a local nearly represent your think- Judd _in. .September of 1942. WHAT CONCLUSIONS
mission candidates. The requests aristocracy which should and convictions, then vote. If (ur. Judd, a U. S. congressman -- were
oddly enough, have rule because has been done don't think have later became we to draw? Why very simply
it you or con- a severe have never even been discus- to be sent to the
Ntm it'httt these
covered all four candidates.My that before creates victions I critic of the Vnrk that those who want
way an suggest you just Truman-Marshall sed either with the Congressor South Koreans and instructed -
reply has been the same unhealthy situation in city gov- forget it. policy.) But in 1942 Dr. Judd By JAMES RESTON with the nations that sign- the Air Force to defendt drastically to reduce the income -

to all and unequivocal. I am ernment. It seems to me that I think there is a bright wrote: "You could persuade WASHINGTON In all ed the Southeast Asia Trea- he South Korean air fields tax reduce, or reduce foreignaid

watching this contest and tak- notion of government for per- side to the present muddled Herbert Hoover, J. P. Morganand the talk about the United and help evacuate American the, UN or our reliance on

ing no part in it. sonal gain of a favored few, political situation. I believe Winston Churchill to be States expanding the war into ty.For example, even those civilians. cratist mania, or reduce in the demo-

It may well be that the average at the expense and often to that all four candidates are Communists as easily as you North Viet Nam it is odd officials in the governmentwho America he.,
citizen has no interestin the detriment of others, is a probably of higher caliber could persuade a land-owning that nobody has even raised favor direct U. S. partici- JOHNSON, of course, as support codified in the republican Constitution idea

my views anyway, but in throwback to medieval Europeand than we have had in the past. Chinese peasant..to take the the question of seeking the pation in an expansion of the knows all this because he par- are Goldwaterites ;

light of the pressure on me to the lord of the manor. It For them I have some grat- only tangible thing he has and approval of the Congress for war, agree that such action ticipated in the discussions at the ultimate crime anti-are

speak, I would like to set is not appropriate in a free uitious advice. I believe you dump it in a common pot juston such a move. could bring Communist Chinaor the time, and there is every Frederick Marchites. A,subtle
down some simple statementsas government in Gainesville, should think for the promise that around the the Soviet Union
yourself, commit Legally, the President, obliged even into reason to believe that, man is Steve
to what seems to be wrongin and I suggest trying to see the yourself on issues as fully corner will be something else. by the Constitution to the war, that it might under his normal procedureof as subtle as his; one ideas.I might. say,

Gainesville politics. reason for local governmentas as possible, and act independently ..." As late as 1957, Dr. Tang protect the security of the bring retaliation by air checking everything with
the lack of under- the best possible efforts with the widest Tsou notes, Dr. John L. Stuart, military have not read the book, or
First, interests United States, may act on against Saigon, or new Congress, he would not wishto
standing of what the demo- directed toward serving all of all Gainesville's the leading missionary educa- his own as Commander in action by China against act without their approv seen the movie, though I intend -

cratic process is and can meanis the people and their common people in mind.I tor in China and subsequently Chief. Also, he is bound by Korea or the off-shore islandsof due to do both, and will in

appalling. It is not only good. intend to vote my best individual American ambassador to Chi the Southeast Asia Treaty, ratified Quemoy and Matsu. al.The question, however, is course belabor you with

strange but downright fright Third, I do not think thereis thinking on the na, still found it hard to believe by the Senate, to defend This is what is being done whether the problem is to my while impressions.I advise But mean-

ening to see the blindness a clear separation of good choices offered. I hope for a that "China with so richa South Viet Nam against now. Contingency plans are be anticipated in time or left Allen he my friend Mr.
with which presumably edu- and bad in clean and candid campaign cultural heritage could be "Communist aggression" and being discussed. Secretary of to drift until the Presidenthas friend- really is my good
guys guys as TV I like him
ruled Bolshevism ; enormously
cated people treat this basic because I believe that the by too long. such aggression has clearly Defense McNamara is goingto to act in an emergency to
shows. consider the
cowboy Most
tenet of American governmentas peopleare means as well as the ends taken place. Saigon to study ways and when it may not be possibleor possibilityof
something to be avoided a mixture of both, and are important. THE MISCONCEPTIONS of Yet, as President Truman means of reversing the pres- desirable to have the is- in including, and encircling,

4 or circumvented at all costs. the idea should be to sound MAXINE S. GADDUM these two, and of others, derived found in Korea, when he act- ent trend of the battle. But sue debated on The Hill. Horrors any re-run of his Chamberof
the author believes the Extremist slogan
ed without formal congressional while events beyond our control BUT THE POINT is that a : "Read
from the Buckley's Column -
tendency "to under- out on the battlefield could crisis could
approval to carry develop any day "
POTOMAC FEVER stand Chinese politics in"termsof the resolution of the Security create a situation that would through the action of the frank! to Because admit would I I am
an American image. Council of the United Na- force the President to act to North Vietnamese or the collapse commit never

Dr. Tang Tsou commentsthat tions, there is a good case to avoid the loss of the war, of the South Vietna- just myself to acquiesce in
By Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau any arrangements made
after Chiang Kai-shek's be made for seeking congres- none of this has ever been mese, and intervention by the by just any president of the
fall, discussion of China policywas sional sanction on politicaland discussed by the Presidentwith U. S. at that moment would United States under
New Hampshire bulletin: Latest survey shows the voters are ecstatically confused by "the attemptto moral, if not on constitu- the congressional lead- oblige the Congress to fin- circumstance, whatso just any
happy. Never before in the state's history have they had so presidential tional ers in any formal way. and ever
candidates to vote against. many hunt out those who suppos- grounds. ance a larger war force (they strung up a passel of
edly misled the United Truman had more excuse the other allies of the SEATO generals, remember? in Germany
-- States." "FURTHERMOREpoliticalplenty for not getting congressional Treaty to consider helping in and Japan after the war
Republicans demand that LBJ issue a white on foreign policy. Lis- of time to consider the battle.
paper This may be said of our now consent to enter the Korean for being too dutiful).
ten, if that paper isn't integrated, the administration will have nothing to do problems today. There are the question. Despite all For all these reasons, the
with it. War. The Communist at-
plenty of accusers, such as the casual talk about expand- President is obliged to expand NOT LONG AGO, on the
-;- It's nice to know we have a 2,000-mile-an-hour fighter. Now if we could only the Birch Society and other ing the war in North VietNam tack across the 38th Parallel the area of consultation seventh day of May (or was it

get-have one that could go that fast backward, like Cassius Clay in the ring, we'd extremists, crying about fail- there is no reason to against the Republic of Kor- before he expands the area Jane?) in 1958 a bunch of

a champion.. ures and charging disloyalty.But believe that President John- ea was sudden. On a Sun- of the war. The Congress is generals rose up in France

-- this, too, is fruitless and son, particularly in a presi- day afternoon of the day of already financing a conflictit and took over the reins of
If in it between goes in one ear and out the other, you have to assume there's noth- dangerous. There is a growing dential election year, would the attack, June 25, 1950, the has not formally approvedand government from a suicidally-

ing to stop it. fluidity in world affairs. do so unless we were suddenly Security Council of the U. N. actually knows very lit inclined and corrupt civilian,

-- Communism, too, is involved.It faced with imminent loss met and called on member tIe about, and in an election in the dying hours of the
Times change. Cub reporters used to start out on the police beat. Now edi- will be tragic if we are of the war. nations to give the South year, this could easily get Fourth Republic, General
tors put them on the skin-diver circuit-to learn how to interview in depth. confused by glib slogans and Yet he could be faced with Koreans "every assistance." the whole operation involved Burt Lancaster de Gaulle

-- spurious panaceas, concoctedby precisely such a situation, That night, on the recommendation in politics and make the came in and, would you be-
Literary thought of the day: Every good politician has a book in him-and the expedient and the ill- and this raises a number of of Secretary of State mess even worse than it is lieve it, Stevie cheered!

that's just where it ought to stay. informed. important questions that Acheson, Truman ordered now. Circle that, old StevieboyI.i !

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\ St., construct residence, ADMITTED ther W. Hall, Hampton; Elreath bell, Terry V. Davock, MildredB.
Edward J. Teston, $7,500.1 Brenda Kay Hinson, ShirleyJ. Gipson, Micanopy; Mrs. Dan- Dowling, Mrs. Cr>'die 0. Or-

: I SEE by II Range in Section 20, percolation 12 Township test. 9,I Lamb, Pamela J. Toole, Leon -ette D. Smith, Micanopy; Mel- ton, Ernest F. Landon, CarlA.

Clarence Williams, 3125 NW: W. Cobb, Sarah Nixon, Mrs. ba H. Dees, Old Town; Alfonso Doke, Robert W. Pelt, Geo.
Alexander Hawthorne. L. Gertha T. Dickerson
51st St., construct residence, Mary F. Pridgen, Mrs. ClaraR.
the SUN $1,000. Hinkley, Mrs. Ida W. She- DISCHARGED and son, Clara C. Sapp and
! '\ I Brady Ward, 2905 SE 15th bee, George McArtrur: WilliamG. Shirley J. Lamb, Brenda K.J daughter, French C. Crown, A
I .. Ave., add bedroom, $300. Kaler, Oliver Branson, JoeA. Hinson, James Coney, ColsonW. Mrs. Mary C. Davis, Rob-
b' I'I Boone, Jr.; Hartley M. Gil-! Martin, Mrs. Charlotte Pel- ert L. Greene, Clarence F. ,
BUILDING PERMITS I E. E. Smith, property in Sec- bert, all of Gainesville! ; YvonneL. ham, Mrs. Cora H. Germain, Vaughn, Mrs. Marsha A. Grant- 1'P Y.OI
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City construct residence, $10,000.A. March 3, 1961BIRTHS Adams, Archer; Mrs. Es- Buchanan, Sr.; W. H. Camp- Emanuel McCray. ?t' I L-

Oddfellow Home, 740 SE 2nd T. Douglas, 2120 NW 55th ; I
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I No Union Revolt Seen In Hoffa Conviction 'I j

Tenn. to for- The present case representsthe scene, the would be clear Home Local 299 in Detroit J
CHATTANOOGA, one was expected come | way and man. j I 5 hours and 40 minutes. It sent
James Riddle Hoffa, President ward immediately to lead an at- culmination of a massive effort -ed for re admission of the I Thomas E. Parks, 50, Camp- The jury deliberated on its I word to Judge Wilson at 1:57:
of the International Brotherhood tempt to unseat him unless he by the justice departmentunder Teamsters to the American Fed- I I bell's uncle and a Nashville funeral -verdict yesterday and today for)p.m. that it was ready. 1 J
y. of Teamsters, was con actually is put in prison. Hof- Attorney General RobertF. eration of Labor and Congressof home emploje. ----
victed yesterday of jury-tam fa will appeal all the way to the Kennedy, a bitter Hoffa foe, Ind1strial Organizations.The i The other two co defendantswere 1
pering. U.s. Supreme Court, if neces- to convict the teamster leader. Teamsters' U n i on was acquitted. Allen'
They are
j ,_ A jury of four women and sary. This is expected to take at i It is the fifth criminal him in proceeding several- expelled by the AFL CIO in Dorfman, 41 years old, a Chicago Annual
r eight men found the 51year- least two years. against I II 1957 oa charges of dominationby
;ar.v old head of the nation's largest United States District Judge !years. In the earlier four Hoffa' corrupt influences. Hoffa, insurance broker having, ST. AUGUSTINEART
Q.a labor union guilty on two counts Frank W. Wilson, who presidedat I was either acquitted, the jury who had been elected general close personal and business ties I
could not agree or the chargeswere with Hoffa, and Nicholas J.
and acquitted him on a third. the trial, was expected to de- president of the truckers union ASSOCIATION
dismissed on the govern Tweel, 47, a businessman from!
He faces a maximum sentenceof lay sentencing until after the defense shortly before the AFL CIO
10 years in prison and a $10- lawyers motions fora ment's motion. acted: was the chief targetof Huntington, W. Va., who has!
argue Hoffa called today's verdict had business dealing with Dorf-': ANTIQUE SHOW
000 fine five years and $5- new trial and a pre-sentence the charge. I
000 on each count. investigation is made by the unfair.If Convicted with Hoffa in U. S.'
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Hoffa's conviction was not expected Federal Probation Service. Defense the conviction is sustainedand District Court here on one To live With"
to trigger a revolt attorneys asked for 30 Hoffa goes to prison, it will count each of jury tamperingwere 12:00 to 9:30
a. against him within the union. days to make the motions, but have a tremendous impact on Ewing King, 50 years old, WALKERFURNITURE
Although there have been rumbl- Judge Wilson gave them five under the 1.5 million member Team recently defeated as presidentof 22 Marine Street, St. Augustine
ings of discontent with his lead- a rule of federal procedure. sters' Union and the rest of the Teamsters' Local 327 in Nash- STORE
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IIOFFA tight control of the union and no set a arguments. agent i I
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Rutlcdge Man

Stands Guilty


In Rape CaseWillie

James (Sonny) Dick-

erson 21, a Negro of Rutledge

Settlement was found guilty in

Circuit Court yesterday of

breaking into the home of a 67- I

>"Earoldegro woman last

July and raping her. -
A six-man jury that heard

testimony through the morningand

early afternoon found Dick-

erson guilty after deliberatingfor QUALITY ...
about an hour. DISCO UNt

Judge J. C. Atkins Jr. ordered -

a pre-sentence investigationfor

Dickerson whose background

will be investigated bya

parole officer. He is in the

Alachua County jail.

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.,R'( Direction: of War n n, y'a ii|; Says Negroes Denled.Rooul

1 Sfriu |Unrk almra ination to the Senate. Not once, Ion)' Inn because she was "a

I On Poverty Falls g' d6 ; By JOHN W. FINNEY Ii |tion however Glenn's did name.the senator men,Inauts.:great "admirer of the astro-

According to the senator, the
hen M. Young of Ohio claimed I As described by Young a Negro -
couple was told that no room
To New Agency I yesterday that two Negro constituents -> couple from Ohio was driv-
1 3r tj 1E was available, "although the
I : l were refused food !If' ing through the Cape Kennedyarea motel appeared half empty at

f' land lodgings at a Cocoa Beach J: and the wife expressed a the time judging by the cars
I WASHINGTON (AP-A brand force who represent such vary- Fla., motel that was '
i !fug agencies as the departments I the partly owned desire to stay at the Cape Co,and. the courtyards."
federal will be by seven
cre- tercury
new agency 4.e' as- --- -- ------- -- -
ated to run President Johnson;of Labor. Welfare Interior, De- ., 1 tronauts. .
I :fense and Agriculture. U I
l war on poverty, an official The senator described the segregation TA&KA TMKA w
However the source said that I
. source said today. Y.: incident at a hearingof
Walter Heller, chairman of thePresident's '
I The source said that the chief Council of Economic ', ;, the Senate Space committee VODKA ci VODKA
Z duty of the new agency will be[ y. as he raised the questionof
; work Wednesday :
Advisers began -
restrictions the
coordination of -r space
programs operated jntxes easy
'f night on a final draft of the ;
by other federal agencies, agency was placing on the "pro-

but it will also take over direct I message. fiteering" or "money making just addpeople
t The basic problem appeared r lYyrE
1 activities" of the astronauts.
t control of newly programs !

t such as the proposed j con-flicting .a I There was an obvious politi- Iz EE
Youth Conservation Corps and I cal thrust to his disclosure for
!the myriad of federal agencies one of the astronauts, John H I .
National Service Corps. 80 PROOF OISTKIEO: BQ PfiCOF a DISTS1EO ,
involved in the massive project. Glenn Jr.. is running against FROM GRAIN{ SAZERAC CO. FROM GRAiJJ SAZERAC COLNCL 'r
The President's message on, Welfare officials, who did* Gregg Smith Singers Young for the Democratic nom-J INC, NEW ORUAJtS. K NEW ORLEANS IX i

the poverty program is expected -''much of the original planning ..
to go to Congress Friday. want to take it slowly.

Apparently, the special task Other top members of Shri- Gregg Smith Singers

force assisting Sargent Shriver, ver's task force, according to!; I THESE CAA EXPERIMENTERS

who heads the poverty programand ;reports, want to jump right in!

will head the new agency with a crash program designed!!ITo' Perform

J has managed to work out a rest to show quick results in this SaturdayThe i

olution of what has amountedto ,election year. are clever fellows with figuresThey

a bureaucratic tug-of-war. 'Welfare wants to go about it' Gregg Smith Singers, in- bers, including Korea Japan,i 1

l Reports Wednesday indicated.with a spoon," said one source I i internationally known singing France, Germany, Sweden and|
I there..still were wide differences "while some of Shriver's advis-i:I|group, will appear on the Uni-:Scotland. i tell you 68 % of the voters put their two hand-picked candidates in

I among the members of the task ers want to use a shovel." j versity of Florida campus Saturday -i I'! Included in their program at office last year.

I > as a Lyceum Council pre-j the University will be "Holy ,

I i sentation.The, Holy" by Mendelssohn, some!
I concert takes place at I early American hymns, Psalm! BUT The Truth Is

LBJ Appoints 10 WomenTo 8:15: p.m. in University Auditor- 67, a modern madrigal, and an: ,

II Government Posts ium.The Gregg Smith Singers!sleeves." ;
Group was formed in 1955 by: All seats for the performanceare I 27 % of the Voters

WASHINGTON (AP) -President Edgecomb, Maine, general di-{I conductor Gregg Smith in Los: reserved, with general admission -:; Only
1 Angeles, Calif. They have made i Ii I: tickets at $2 and stu-!
Johnson's surprise announcement rector of the American Association '
i several tours in Europe and!;dents and children's tickets at
that he is appointing of University Women, to
I have recorded a number of se-::$1. Tickets are on sale from 1
10 women to top governmentjobs the Advisory Committee on Education -
lections, with album to to 5 through at the
an soon p.m Friday
may have been premature': and Cultural Affairs of I the released. .I II ;Student Service Center Informa- Put the CAA Bloc in OfficeThere

1 in at least one case. Taken by the State Department. I The group represents at least;tion Booth across from the Student -

surprise, one appointee said sheisn't Mrs. Norman Chandler wife 1 seven countries among its mem-i: Service Center.Water .
she'll of the of the Los An- _.
sure accept."I president j--------- --------- -
really can't say anything;geles Times-Mirror Corp., to be are 16,184 registered voters in the City of G incsville. Last year, only

i until I look into it a little more,"|a member of the Advisory Com-I Cut Costs Castro I 6,474 less than half voted. Of those, the highest vote polled by a CAA
i Virginia Mae Brown of Pliny,jmittee to the U.S. Information 'I .
candidate was 4482. That's 27 % of the City's registered voters.
W.Va., said Wednesday night!Agency.
when told the President had said J India Edwards former vice 1,000 Jobs in Guantanamo I .

he was naming her to the Interstate -;chairman of the Democratic National I
We Leave It to You the VotersIs
.l' Commerce Commission. !i Committee to be special WASHINGTON (AP) -More'It has made arrangements to ,

"An appointment like that is a.consultant to the secretary of than 1,000 Cuban workers have build a $10-million permanentiwater !

I \cry high honor for a woman or;:labor on youth employment. been fired from the Guantanamo desalting plant and associated -' that a People's majority, as they claim ?
naval base, and the Navy for
a man. Katharine E. White, chief of converting;
I Johnson sprung his surpriseat New Jersey's Garden State has ordered U.S. sailors thereto I sea water into fresh water
Edwin H. Andrews is opposing his CAA-backed fellow commissioner TO
replace them. i The Navy is '
a Women's National Press Parkway to an ambassa- now supplying'
Club dinner at which he presented -(dorship, the country to be des-! The Cuban workers discharged -I water to the base with relays;' STAMP OUT THE EXPERIMENTAL MINORITY BLOC NOW RUNNING

Judge Anna M. Kross. ignated later. to date total more than I Hof! huge tankers shuttling between -, THIS CITY'S AFFAIRS.

i commissioner of corrections of|:i Mary Keyserling, economist,I half of the 1,800 who came I I' Florida and Guantanamo. ,!

New York City, with the club.s1. (;ito! be director of the Women's i iI through the gate each day. on Cuba's eastern end. I II I ,

first Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial -i((I Bureau in the Labor Depart-; The Associated Press learned!I At last report, the base had! And Commissioner Andrews is calling on "THE OLD GUARD "
Award. ;,ment. I Ii this today after the United: 17 million gallons of water in ,

The President also played]i|i Rose McKee. former newspa-' States spurned an offer by I storage. This is about 1 million

I againon what for him has beifomtra !per! woman, to be director of;i Prime Minister Fidel Castro to.more than were in storage tanks I liTHE NEW GUARD/7 liTHE YOUNG GUARD/ THE TALL GUARD/'
I recurrent theme that the!, Office of Public Information'!'turn on the water to the base';on the day Castro shut off the!

he intends to strive to raise the of the Small Business Administration once again. tap! because the United States!

i>tatiE ;"fo women. .,. i Castro's halting of the flow of j accused was holding of 36 Cuban fishermen liTHE SHORT GUARD/7 yes, and members of the NATIONAL GUARDto
poaching in U.
"Our determination to enlist' Dr. Eleanor Poland, health' fresh water to Guantanamo a; S.j
i waters.I .
women in this administration is..and housing researcher to be! month ago set off a chain of:: I
no sporadic[ election year objccth'c -;specialist on the research grants! U.S. reactions, including the fir-:('I There was no indication how; help him

1 .:- ,the President declared.;program of the Department of! ing tf Cuban workers who com-I'I II many more of the daily commuting -;'

"Itull be a continuing aim not Health, Education and Welfare.I muted to jobs on the base.The i iI 1[ workers would be dis-,

because it is politic but be Barbara Bolling, former wife I United States has vowed charged. ]I

cause it is sound." of Rep. Richard Bolling, D-Mo.: .:;to make the base selfsufficient.i i 1: There are 600 Cubans who live ':

Ginn. the setting the Presi-,to be special assistant to the: i I i,on the base permanently and'' GUARD AGAINST THE BLOC VOTE EVIL

dent's affirmation was not un-:U.S. chief of protocol.Mrs. i I 600 others who have been returning -!

y cxpected. But his list of 10 appointees -' : Herbert Stats, editor, to I Jleatle Bllg-- 'I to Cuba only on week-|

was. Amid applause he be consultant to the U.S. Officeof I(I ends. |

U reeled them off. Aging and coordinator of Doirt Get flr \!II I|i "Military replacements are!;I Who dkff Himself i

f :Mrs.: Brown to be the first Senior Citizens Month in the Department (i[being ordered to Guantanamo,"!I RE-ELECT EciwinH.Andrews -*- from .

woman member of the ICC. of Health, Educationand ,,, MOBILE, Ala. (AP) Two the Navy said when asked what I Minority ExperimentalBloc.

Pauline Tompkins, North Welfare. i i!:girls-buggy over the Beatles-I was being done to fill the manpower -I .
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: gap left by the discharged -i
II had their dreams exterminated! Cubans. Hear Edwin H. Andrews or the Forum Tonight 8 o'clock,

I' Former Pageboy Tells i today.With an album of Beatle rec-i: A spokesman said these replacements -!} GHS Auditorium To be broadcast over WGGG.ru1BBflrs .
I are Navy men,|
ords, two bacon sandwiches'
Of Kickbacks i ) } 1 to Baker !and two small cardboard boxes;probably including Seabees.I> .
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of clothing, the girls-identified)
Johnson intervened and ordered, ;
O 3rm IJnrh atuira ]
only 14, and Dawn ,
: as Fay -
'a halt to the
NEW YORK -- A former Senate payments.
set out from their '
coastal Mississippi
page said last night that he j The youth. Boyd Ritchie said
I f', : town for Liverpool, England -:
1 had (jpd!: Robert G. Baker S50 a the f o r m er Secretary of the! 7lll9@DINNERWAREENSEMBLEINCLUDES

month from his federal salary I I Democratic SenatelaJ' rih'. had
Fay had drawn her life sav-i
I before.the then Vice President t told him his pay was being cut
_. -. -!back 'Ix'cause' I was young and ings of $289.07 from the bank(
:. tAnvFnrLW''I F'r .inexperienced in the job." and with her friend planned to

get a job in Washington. I.C.. ;
r FATOSERWEIGHT Ritchie, now a student at thetJJtuversity
to finance the rest of the
of the South in Se- trip.
1. :: I
Tenn... About 2.920 miles short of ii
wanee. told of the payments -,
their goal to se the famed
in a televised interview 79 PC. CUTLERY
mop-haired singers :Mobile Police
with Stanlt'Lcw\' of the Col-
Avadaai. I* you without a doctors pre- 4 <, AND TABLEWARE 4Y'Yj/ i
took them off the bus -
script0e4. our drug called ODRINEX. umbia Broadcasting System. toj i
t You _t lose ugly tat .r L = 32 PC. DINNERWARE ,e'
your money await the arrival of their
lack .&. strenuous e"erCI.e. I."es. The former page said his sal-! par- 1 I.i s rG CARVING set
massaoa or taking. of so-called reducing ents. r
candie,- crackers. or cookies, or chew ary at the time the alleged!
inq vuffl- ODRINEX is a tiny tablet kickbacks were made was $103a
and easily swallowed. When you take
i ODRItyEX. you still enioy your meals. month. Ke asserted that the L.H.JSs Lucy INCLUDED i
stilt ejp! the foods you like" but you
had v
continued for
imolyjlfln't have the urge for extra payments 1 .T.rred "WASHINGTON FORGE" 79 PC. t
portions, because ODRINEX depresses two or three months." -" f
and Tableware
your fhptt'te' and decreases your desire Spells It Lust -::; SPECIALLY PRICED l_Cutlery
for foot Your weight must come down. Baker whose business affairs'are

when becauA-T.u eat your less doctor you weigh will tell lest. you.Get being investigated by the WASHINGTON tAP> -Presi- '' / 11:1.: r
rid .r-.uss tat and live longer. OD 1 y
Senate Rules Committee, refused
R I N E rusts and I( -;dent Johnson he used to
I JXOo is sold on this says : +s 1 1i
GUARANTEE: It net satisfied for any I' to answer a committee question -,think he could spell but his 16- i r ENIEAD aWeurTrlE '
I EuTes
reason kist return the package" to
i Your druggist and get your full money about the alleged pay-j year-old daughter has given him k\
lack -Ko questions asked. ODRINEX is 'ments when he testified in q988r ti
old w.lh this guarantee by: some qualms. [
Washington on Feb. 25. Baker is
I VIDAC" DRUG STORE 120 E UNI- He said Wednesday night that I
VERSUY! MAIL ORDERS FILLED. himself a former. senate page. he knew such rules as placing!
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r -"--><:+" ,"I" before 'E" except after! } F / 1
.< "C", but his corrected i ii
It t all the ._ S8C< DOWN S 1 A WEEK f
seems nicest 1:1 1 DfNNER rORIS ,
[ : i him. It's "I" after "C" as fart! OPEN' AN ACCOUNT NOW I
as she is concerned.The t TABLr5P00N:1r :
"" 'JLk.A.Iy .ry
- drink President made this smil-,
people ling reference to the new : ...
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II in which his daughter spells her i __
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nameit's Luci, instead of> -s- I : (
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Lucy the name her parents E .. ,
s (d .! $DE WRT EPOOiJsrcu
OLD gave her.Losiltg. ; ,s. t DINNER K.43YFB ( ,
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1 LD i C aPGKrrCNEti x. W E SET I ICED TEA bP00V3 y

ICX AI Honey\

DERBY. Conn. (AP)-Mayor

John L. Bartimole would rather.
be city clerk.

Thetwoterm Democratic)
America's Most I l i '
Magnificent Bourbon (chief executive applied to the l

:" ': ,Board of Aldermen for the vacant DIAMOND MERCHANTS AMERICA
Shopping Center
"v. 10 years city clerk's job Wednesday WATCHREPAIR

.iZO i1; bi ( :night.As part-time mayor of this GQRDON S 1222 NORTH MAIN ST.

years 'city of 12,500, Bartimole gets L E R S Open 9-9 Mon. Thru Sat. Phone 376-8446

y j$4,000 a year. The city clerk's .
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I Plan SupperKappa I I Tiny cocktail onions when If you want- to -enrich-a -white-

Birthday Party Given UJOfflEfl Delta Alumnae will en-,they are leftover, are.good added sauce for fish or vegetables aWl
f HODfflimiy tertain active members with to Russian dressing. The on- an egg yolk or two to It. Don't
pot luck at the ions, in a tangy marinade, come boil the sauce after the yolk Is
1122 East Panhellenic
or chopped before adding to the
f Drive, Sunday at 6 p.m. For I dressing. Serve the Russian Try the Hungarian way
THE additional information, alumnae 'dressing over wedges of iceberg of mixing beef and veal Jin(
II'I f Y YRuth may alumnae call president.Mrs. Aden K. Sowell,I lettuce or in a tomato and let- equal proportions) when you:

; tuce sandwich. are preparing a goulash. :

'f J 'Sy Weimer . Women's Editor I OPEN TIL 9 TONIGHT4etAi.G

u I Every Thursday, Friday

Two HostessesI and| Monday Night,

Open daily 9:30 a.m.

4N Honor Karen OwensMiss
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Karen Owens, bride- the party were done by Mrs. a .a
elect of Robert E. Rowe, was Harling. Y\: a __
honored with a luncheon by '
Mrs. Jim Hope and Mrs. Nor- An engraved silver tray was
given to the bride elect the E'1 ,
I wood Hope yesterday afternoonat by ;; :
the Gainesville Golf and hostesses, who also presentedher ,
I her mother and the bride- 4 ,
County Club. C
groom elect's mother camellia -
I The luncheon table was cen-
tered by twin flower arrangements corsages.
in antique silver com- The marriage of Miss Owens \
'I potes featuring a silver ring design -and Mr. Rowe will be solemnized .
I made of pink snapdragons March 27 in the First -
and camellias in shades of pink. Presbyterian Church. !

To celebrate the third anniversary of the University Florida Hospital Auxiliary Individual[ came llias encircled M
a birthday coffee took place yesterday morning at the hospital. Among with net marked each place. VFW Auxiliary
It, those attending the party were left to right above, Mrs. Hugh C. Davis, Mrs. Guests included the bride-toTo 1- ft : 1 .
be, her mother, Mrs. Karl Serve DinnerMembers N \
: Rufus N. Vaughan and Mrs. D. Marshall, who are being served by Mrs. J. F.
Twjgg. The auxiliary now lists a membership of 224 Gainesville women. Owens; the bridegroom elect'smother
Mrs. E. R. Rowe Jr., of the VFW and the
Mrs. Tom Martin, Mrs. L. H. VFW Ladies Auxiliary will pre- L .,
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Calendar Thompson, Mrs. L. S. Cellon, pare and serve a barbecue din ; ? : S.L -
I Mrs. R. D. Cellon, Mrs. R. W. ner "with all the trimmings" at
: Si/eiumi1 Cellon, Mrs. Henry Raattama, a political rally for the city com-
Mrs. Vera C e 11 on, Mrs. H. C.' mission can d i dates slated for
Of EventsTODAY Simmons, Mrs. K. R. Owens Jr.,' Saturday at 4 p.m. at the VFW
'1 LADIES' SPORTSWEAR l'' Mrs. Robert L. Johnson and Post Home, Waldo Road.

J March 5 Mrs. W. M. Harling Jr. I, Cost for the dinner will be
The floral arrangements for $1.25.Brides' .
1 L_Chapter CQ,_P.E.O., 8 p.m.,.1 I
, i Airs. K. R. Wiegman, 2136 NW
1 Lf '9th Avenue.
i I Gainesville Chapter 44,j Book i iI :f
I O.E.S., 8 p.m. Masonic Temple.
ff Gainesville Junior Worn an's
I Club, Election Meeting; 9:15 a.m TODAY, March 5 mas M. Brill and Miss Judy,
f I I i
II Clubhouse; i Coffee complimenting Miss Brill, Gainesville Golf and Country -
Gainesville Little Club. -
Theater, Karen Owens, fiancee of RobertR. j I a* yr.r
I ;"Ten Little Indians," 8:30 '
r. I'I !4039 NW 16th Avenue. p.m.,I Rowe, 10:30: a.m. until noon, Dinner complimenting Miss!
I FRIDAY March 6 Mrs. Ralph Cellon, Mrs. Tom Anne Purvis and her fiance,j I
/ II Martin and Mrs. Ralph CellonJr. Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of!
; Gainesville Club ..
!r I a.m., Holiday: Bridge Inn. 9 ., hostesses at the Ralph Cel- Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. A.j,: BEAUTIFUL MILAN-LIKE

I Gainesville Little Theater, lon home at Hague. Frank Green, Gainesville Golf i, EASTER STRAWS S
"Ten Little Indians," 8:30: p.m. SATURDAY, March 7 and Country Club. I j
1 1tF 4039 NW 16th Avenue.
Gainesville Orchid Society, 8 Luncheon complimentingMiss Wedding of Miss Jo Anne Hollander -: 79812.98

r p.m., Guaranty Federal Savingsand Lucienne Pirenian, fianceeof daughter of Mr. and
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Loan Association Community Robert William Decker, 12:30: Mrs. Clinton Hollander, and J.i!
Room. Miss Mary Noble of pan, Mrs. Robert S. Mullen, Richard Coggins, son of Mr.I EASTER-PERFECT

Jacksonville SATURDAY,, March guest speaker.7 Holiday Inn.Luncheon. I and Mrs. Floyd Coggins, 8 p.m.,| Millinery ShOP-2J1d Floor
I feting Miss Karen
\ Carol Estates Baptist Church. j
t "A Showing of Orchids," Exhibit -
I Owens, bride-elect of Robert R.
by Gainesville Orchid So- Rowe, 1 p.m., Mrs. Roy D. Cel
I ciety, 1 to 8 Fed-
J p.m. Guaranty
lon, Mrs. W. E. Cellon, Mrs.
Savings and Loan Association -
Lindley Cellon and Mrs. Henry
I Building. Open to the pub- Raattama, hostesses at the RoyD.
lic. Cellon home In LaCrosse.
Spring Hat and Bake Sale, 10
a.m. to 4 p.m., Women's Socie Luncheon honoring Miss Anne r Il\lflll
1 ty of Christian Service, Fellow- Purvis, bride elect of Billie Nu- r ,
ship room, Trinity Methodist gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jackson-
1r 1 Church 3536 NW Eighth Place. ville, Mrs. A. K. Brill, Mrs. Tho-
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10 Gainesville i ii Sun Thursday, March 5, 1964 LEGAL NOTICE ,
I I I 'Fair Fashions' To Be ShownSeven I University LEGAL of NOTICEThe Florida win tp
I I The University of Florida will receive ceive bids for the class of
' Art Exhibit CAR MeetingTo ---I IGWW I bids for the general class of commodities -11 commodities as Indicated general below. In-
--ii: below.
'I as indicated Interested -
i UF co-eds will model man of the Florida Union Host- bidders may obtain forms, specifi- terested specifications bidders and may other obtain Information forms by
Be SundayAmerican othes a opriate for girls ess committee, will direct the cations and other information by con-,i contacting the Purchasing Division.
p p r tacting the Purchasing Division I I
Paintings by Frances Arch- Room 106. Tigert Hall. University oi
Room 1M Tigert University ofFlorida
deacon orking in New York this sum- show. Gainesville Florida. I Florida Gainesville Florida.
of Sarasota, were
will be
exhibited for the Fine Arts As- Literature fe fXd f,ner during the World's Fair 44-Meat and Staples bids open every: 64 Tuesday Meat and____Staples_ ____ bids_ __.open_ every 10:00
the program topic for the meet Models showing fashions from Tuesday 10:006LHospital I 44-Hospital Supplies bids open- every
its Saturday at 2:30: _. _
sociation last night during p.m. Supplies bids open every Monday 3:00
March meeting, will be display- ing of the Children of the Amer- yJ I Gainesville stores will be Miss Monday 3:00 64 -26 Pre-Cast Roof Decking
/ The show, scheduled in the Jayne Talley, Miss Jane Carlin, 64-24 Utility Boat and Trailer 11:00 10:30 March 19, 1944
edin the lobby of the University -ican Revolution Sunday at 2:30 March 12. 1964 44 27 Closed Circuit Educational Television -
\ Johnson Lounge of the Florida Miss Jane Stone, Miss Nancy 44-15 Fine Paper 2:00 March 12 19(4 Equipment 11:00 March 19, 1944
at the J. Hillis Miller
Hospital J \ UOSEPfllNELOWMAN Union, is to students and Miss Dianne Seditch, Q 319 Environmental Growth Chamber
I Medical Center for a p.m.Miss open Gray T.. N. WELLST. 2:00 March 19. 1944
month. Dena Kaye Conerly, 203 faculty. Miss Teddy Breslow and Miss Director N. Wells of Purchasing T.Director N. Wells of Purchasing

The 20 paintings will be re-I IJ. NW 14th Avenue, will be host \ Miss Mary Pearlstine, chair- Pearlstine. (3118) 2:27 3:5 (3136) 3:5, 12

J.I hung this of week Mrs. under R. L. the Johns.supervision ess Green to will the be group the program and Jerry leader. .............-.-."".........---........--

The artist, who has studied .
f art in Philadelphia and Mexi- You Can Give YourselfA
|i t co, is a member of the Flori- Delegates to the state confer-
II j i da Federation of Art and isi ence in Fort Lauderdale will be I
|I listed in "Who's Who in Amer- chosen during the business session Soapsuds UNCtIDID

l ica. .
I I A facial at a salon is wonder- suds and apply to your face.II

I I fully luxurious and relaxing. Place your fingertips togetheron I

However you can learn to give your chin and gently stroke
yourself one at home.A upward toward your cheekboneswith

T\\ facial has several purposes; a sweeping motion.

cleansing your skin stirring up 2. Dip your fingers in the
circulation,relaxing andsmoothing suds again and stroke from the
out little lines. Many wom- nose outward and upward toward YOU KNOWs
r en find a soapsuds facial most the temples.

{ valuable, especially those who 3. Stroke from the top of the
have an oily complexion or nose to the hairline. Even better
blackheads. The woman with a work the soap into the skin us-

normal epidermis will profit by ing two fingers in a rotary motion

A stunning new group of shoes they're beautiful the following procedure at least as you move upward. This t7
and you'll like 'em. once a week.Although helps erase the line between the S
a effective, this facialis brows, if you have one.
b C oa not expensive since you have I 4. This time use a stroking
the\\Ig all of the ingredients in your motion on the forehead, begin-

\a ke :.,.: own bathroom. A bowlful of hot ning between the eyes and
c3 n and :-- water and your favorite soap sweeping up and over with an .
'jOU fhe 'o;j&, are all you need. Pin your hair arc-like motion.

.. Vlitr.f I back and wear a makeup capeor 5. Pat gently around the CAFETERIAServes

pin a bath towel about your. eyes.
.4\ shoulders. I 6. Let the lather remain on the Finest Full Course

I 1. Work up a rich lather of your face while you concentrateon
/it\ neckline. Take Lunch in for only 85c
your a hand- Complete town .
Annual ful of soapsuds in your right
-. --:-y h High rise development- Hat hand and stroke upward from LOOK AT TOMORROW'S LUNCHEON SPECIAL

---t the new choked look in supple Bake Sales the base of your neck to the
y aniline kid for those who left side of your chin. Do this BAKED CHEESE RAVIOLI
Set SaturdayContinuing several times. Next fill
In fashion. your
L s. dare lead the way
SS: ; left palm with suds and stroke Buttered Spinach Cole Slaw
r y- back for"
Smart Iow-cut
their custom of from the base of neck .
your up- Hot Roll & Butter
e yf, dramatic new exit. selling hats to raise funds for ward to the right side of your .
Hot Coffee Iced Tea
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organization projects chin. Do this several times. .
only' $15 Women's Society of Christian Let the suds dry somewhatand TONIGHTS DINNER SPECIAL N=
Service of the Trinity Methodist then rinse with clear warm
Light Blue Church will hold its annual Hat
a YellowY water and a clean washcloth. SMOTHERED
r Sale Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 Rinse thoroughly. Splash well

with cold water. After dryingyou COUNTRY STEAK
a bake sale has
year skin .
can use a freshener.If
been added to the event. With Steamed White Rice
you would like to have my
The public is invited to attend free leaflet "You Outer Coat H

the two benefit sales at the Fel- ing" send a stamped, self- Your Second Cup of Coffee or Iced Tea Always FREE I
I M lowship Hall of the church, 3536 addressed envelope with yourrequest

NW Eighth Avenue. for leaflet number 47 Serving: Lunch, 11:30-2:05 p.m.; Dinner, 4:30-8:05 p.m.
CALL FOR BIDS to Josephine Lowman in care GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER 1212 N. Main St. I
I Sealed bids will be received at the of the Gainesville Sun.
BAGS .City Hall. City of Keystone Heights
I Clay County Florida. at any time subsequent 101 -- -- -- ---------4
to March 1. 1944 and prior to
"o match March 10. 1944 for lease of approxi-
x i. mately 500 acres of land located within
P8 the boundaries of the Keystone Airport 915 N. MAIN ST. Food Fair Shopping Center
$12.98 for the purpose of raising hay.
0 Said lease will allow 18 months for SELF SERVICE SHOE I STOREWHO I
9 ai term preparation of the of lease the commences.land before Said the Open Daily 9 o.m.-9 p.m.
lease will be for a period of five years
less one day, to commence October 1,
1965. A copy of the proposed lease may
be seen at the said city hall. The Cityof
i, s Keystone Heights reserves the rightto ?
relect any or .all bids and to waive ,
technical errors as may be deemed best
for the interest of the city. The success-
ful bidders will be required to deposit
with the city the first years rent called
for in the lease.


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r i I'I'DEAR Sorority Entertains Rushees ]

II Hints from HE LOISE II

The Gamma Chi Chapter of tend were Mrs. Hubert Mehaffy, Bud Yawn, on Tuesday, at 6:34
Miss Nancy Sweazie, Miss Jean p.m.
& Beta Sigma Phi Sorority enter- Ann Austin, Miss Janet Ruhl-
II HELOISE: fabric dries. IT's true. Amazing, eh? water and soap and wipe thor and then wash with soap and tained rushees with coffee I
a at man, Mrs. Lynn Hodge, Mrs.
The cleaners have just ruined HELOISE HELOISE oughly dry. water again. Never use scour-
finest the home of Mrs. Jim Cooper Todd Goodwill, and Mrs. Gordon Always rub flour into the
gabardine suit. It's DEAR HELOISE can-
t my a f : Next, render a chunk of beef ing powder.
brand new one. It came back DEAR HELOISE: Had we saved our "sacks," Rushees attending the coffee Johnston. vas used for rolling out pastry
II I with shine all over it. The lapels When I take cake wrapped hi taken a few darts in them to suet in the pot. Rub thoroughlyinto This method can also be used were Mrs. Aubrey Daniels, Mrs. Two rush events are plannedfor before using; rub flour, too, into
look like they have been hit with waxed paper in my lunch box form a "sheath".all we would the pot while it is still hot.I for seasoning a cast iron Dutch William Barwick and Miss Ann spring, including a covered the stockinet cover for the rolling -
a hot iron. What do I do now? the icing invariably comes off have to do to make a "shift," Let this stand for half an hour oven. MRS. E. M. GEORGE Wilson. Rushees unable to at- dish supper at the home of Mrs. pin.

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I I ) on paper.I be to let out the darts again I
have discovered that if I cut What price style...

.r DEAR RALPH: the piece of cake horizontallyand DEVOTED -: .
invert the piece with the icing f- *. .
If I were you I would send DEAR HELOISE: f't t(
over the lower half, the icingis
I it back to the cleaners. But I Here is how to season an iron 8. :-r .. "
and is
not wasted or messy --\,4 7
since I am not and kettle skillet
you you or :
asked: easily eaten. E. W. REKA i Owners of one of those old iron of: ': t fty'W1ff nsM

I would take a plain old S pots like "grandmother used to
washrag (terrycloth) and dip have," might value this tip to ( .
it in pure white vinegar, DEAR HELOISE: clean the rust off and keep it .
wring it out well, and rub, To remove the white rings from rusting:
rub, rub all the shiny spots! from water glasses, wash them Remove any rust with steel i ;
Rub it hard. This will not ruin first in undiluted household. wool that has been dipped in

any of the fibers of the ir r- bleach, then wash in hot, soapy! mineral oil. Wash the pot in hot

ial. It probably will bring water. Follow up with a good I ..p y;
some of them back up to the rinse in hot water and all the Wq" '
surface of the fabric. rings will be gone.I WANTED
not press. also found that even after l
New England Collector of
Let the garment dry and do washing a glass which contained I
tarily, but may possibly breakI milk, sometimes it is not ANTIQUESINTERESTED
have been through some of really clean. If you will pour
the biggest cleaning plants In I undiluted bleach into the glassit IN BUYINGOld
the nation. Do you know what will become milky! This Oil Paintings A Bronzes
they do? You'd really be sur I proves it. Old China* Furniture ft ClauwaraAntinqu t 1 >

prised! They use sandpaper! If the above method is used SMverwr Fine Brk.,.Pewter Brec ..te.AIM .
I do NOT recommend sand- !your glasses will sparkle like old U. S. Coins (Copptr.Silver ,
or Gold) So so ra antSpring's !IA
paper. Why? Because it may new. ; ,
take t.!*e shine away moanen- HILDEGARDE FAIR PRICES WILL BE PAID th

off the fibers. If you want to Write or phone: color '
&s9 light-hearted new :;
try this sandpaper method Mr. Harold Orr, .. '.
that's your business, sir. But Select your new HOTEL THOMAS Eta.
I still like old
my $
SPRING FABRICS Gainesville, Fla.

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be wool no, flannel vinegar, etc.odor There after will the SINGER Collector One Wlil Week Be In Town iI i, M

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March 5, 1964 Gainesville Sun 13

DEAR ABBY l' ME? SEE?r CAN faJl66lE IT,AND(OJ( {!) x

What's your problem For a genera ROOM ;sC Kv MG '

reply, write to Abby Box 3365 c 7 bu1A t tl g

a He Could B e III Beverly Hills. Calif., 90212. and r 1

include a self-addressed stamped en.Iope. -

a x l ,. Abby answers all mail.DEAR .,, 1 1r

Van Buren
: : Abigail

SAS:- ;; have and if the dead not Up until now I have always I n'I BACK / /77IE U.SA. RELAX,
ABBY: e been married forty-two years see dog was or II NO.I.PUBLIC .
I" are both in our sixties. My husband has always been a ladies' thought of this bus driver as a nice person. Now I don't wantto l NOW THAT"OU KNOW YOU'RE M l FiOt.KS ARI: DEAR? WE'RE. ,NOW//
man, but the older he gets, the worse he gets. He has to look at him. None of us kids could do a thing. lI ENGAGED THE WORLD'S AWAY:
have a woman doctor, a woman barber, and he will never LOVES DOGS IN KOKOMO. IND GREATEST KISSER-EN JOVI '{ '
let a man wait on him in a store if he can get a woman to do DEAR LOVES DOGS: If you haven't already done so, tell I I // NOTIN I YOURSELFPLEASE // Krr
It. If a neighbor woman drops in to visit with me, even if he Is your parents and they will certainly take it up with the PUBLIC..' / ''AI
, busy outside he comes right in and takes over, and I seldom school authorities. The bus driver should have stopped and 1

get a word in. Also, when the most innocent remark is made, done what he could to help the poor animal. Had the bus /f 'f .. -
his eyes light up, he gets a dirty smirk on his face and he driver been alone, the crime would not have been less, but ;z: 4 rr
twists it around to make it sound smutty. I am at the end of to have set such a poor example for school children is = u

my rope. Does this happen to ALL men when they get on Inexcusable. <
In years? DIRTY OLD MAN'S WIFE # *
DEAR WIFE: No. Your husband could be more than a DEAR ABBY: At Christmastime I gave my boy friend a
"dirty old man." lie could be a sick one. Doctors have seen leather wallet and a pair of silver cuff links. He gave me a .jIIooI.."! crra.4E.
this type, and one should see yours soon! ball point pen with the name of an insurance company on it.
For Valentine's Day I gave him a 12 by 14 tinted picture of
DEAR ABBY: Today, while I was on the school bus, the bus myself a real pretty frame, and he didn't give me anything. WOOD OUT,MEND TO CHOP TH'FENCE SOME, DADBURN CHORES\ I(PAW!!YO'al: CANDOUBLE ,

driver hit a dog. All of us kids told him about it, and all he What gives? ;M VE WHAR GOIN: WEED TH'GARDEN AN' TODAY-.ITSYORE JV ARY GOODER'N UPTOMORRY v
said was "I am aware of that." Abby, he didn't even stop to puauj! Xoq Jnol IOM tAHlVM aV3Q: KATHY tit MAW' DO SOME PLOWIN'AN': BIRFDAY ANGEL
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THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker

I I E\

Tax Bill Abuses Rich X b I

N rID Unrk Stmra velopes, he points out, and the The problem, as the rich man going by teaching people to need t== WORTH' PENNILESS IT WAS INTENDED YOUNG ACTRESS THAT A ALL THAT! YOU NEED HAPPEN W HAVE
WASHINGTON A rich man I person who refuses to spend will explains is that he already has things that had never occurredto SHOULD COME AWN, MONEY MY AN EXTRA NIGHTIE ,
writes to complain that with the probably be called a dupe of everything. Last Christmas no them. There were prodigious (_ rrr-rf JEEDCtJ ? CHILD? YOU tME7THELAND1 COULD LEND t

new tax bill the government is communism.What one could think of anything to achievements.In Eco i HOLDING JAW
up to its old trick of abusingthe irritates the rich man I give him that he really needed, the early Fifties, for example CLOTHES//
well-heeled.: .is that the bill has saddled him and he would up having to find millions of Americanswere
The whole purpose of the tax with a much bigger tax cut than attic space for a monogrammedwine trained to an irresistible e
cut which takes effect this the labor-union man. A brick- rack, an aquarium tank appetite for automobiles with i, .1
week, is to encourage peopleto layer will be able to dischargehis full of Piranha and an inlaid rear fenders shaped like a cow's --J.. I I
spend more and thus stimulate obligation to the country by ivory board for playing the Japanese hipbones, and then just as abruptly < ssCCM8AT
more economic activity, he spending only three or four dollars game of Go. It was a made to need automobiles lG. I u
notes. It is every citizen's patriotic more each week, but people nightmare.And with rear fenders shapedlike
duty to spend the additional I. In the upper brackets will now of course, with the shark fins. !I TAff IS -
income that will now have to spend 10 or 20 times as new tax bill, he will be up After iceboxes had given wayto LAN'SLEY HSADSUA8TE2EDAT A.F.B.JTH5 ITS TAZ'B2AJN5'NINETEENTH FCR. SWIFT A.F. !IS MsNTS CAN rrA7Y BE Ce'ElE-- StJRf CKAyf Vttl OKAYAW DIDN'T JJST YOU HAVE
start appearing in pay en much in added income. against Christmas every week. electric refrigerators and I STEW, WHAT DO NINTH: AN?TWELFTH AKfCECES ST !KJN3 ANYWHERE.CVE2AU. F'LOYEP AS A ETEJ- UNCH WITH GENERAL
short- refrigeration seemed to be
1 DOLCE term solutions. He can purchasea the hill, millions were suddenly : COMMAND/ ? ... PAY Ai COMPLETELY -
At1A 0 LD
new boat, expand the conditioned to need freezers. IN'EPENPENT UNJTi
--) -I LAG NAY f WITHOUT i FlI nlU.Thursday .-.'
PREFACE LEAD swimming pool, buy an Island How else, skeptics were asked,
in Maine. But one gets could store the slabs
RAGE B Y overloaded one of z
ACROSSl.Pwterc'n very quickly with this moose meat brought back from i
2 4.Cover FLAKE S 0 T A L < 1
i 4. Kind of 25. Brought: LITERAL S u P Alight sort of thing. What more, too, Yukon hunting trips? u I1 O
abbr. ONUS GYRATE D much of it is ostentatious and People who hadn't craved I' i

7.Account 26.Crate GEM F o I V O R Y might tempt demagogues to more than a pair of shoes in :
entry 27.One K A P O O R court the poor vote by re-im 1939 were brought to need electric 5
Restorative Indefinitely G L u E C 1 T R I ti E. posing the old unfair high tax hedge-clippers, vibrating
14.By oneself 29.Scow:Fr. AID !: O N E M E Wj rates. chairs, pink light bulbs and tattersall !H te'
j 15.Footless 31.Black mica Some people think the solution In
P L O P W A R tt EE vests. a crowning ..
16.Jap.P'uPseaweed le 33.Negative would be to buy practical things achievement, the need creatorsin --
vote SOLUTION OF YISTERDAY'S PUZZLE and give them to the poor. The the mid-1950's took the American
17.Cadmus' 34.Foodfisa 6. Common rich man agrees that this would male in all his virilityand LET liE PUT ITTUS 6U2SWWSA
35. DOWN
daughter Plenty: 'Jt!! GET CFGCr'
18.Artificial 1.Ecstasy swifts be the cheap way out, but he created in him a craven I'M N+ RIsNNw6 V/AY..ANYOSS VNWO LOT OF THEM
language 36. Concord 2.Tale on 7.Jap. refuses to take it. He knows too need for underarm deodorantand A Bus;' 6ET CFF WANTS: >4 lay TO MA2 STAY BETTER FEKNiPSWIT ;; : : e=T
19.Deletes 38.Meaning anothercargo admiral21.Observcd well that poverty builds character after-bath cologne.In I AND WAU' G1L OFF ..
39.Uneasiness Made neat and that paupers who are recent years, this once vital aH ..
t 22.Man's 41.Deadly 3.Squirrel 10.9.Sidestep Cassaba corrupted by a handout subsistence industry has lost its imagination.Now 1< a. n. 2
nickname pale food 12. Ionoccros do very little for the coun it is largely devoted to 1I q r e
42. 4. Simian
23.Sturdy Payable making need but I syi
wood 43. Deserter 5.About 13.Army mail- try.That us nothing '-- O
Ing address kind of solution might I more of the same old things -
I Z. J 4 S G 1 9 9 ,q 17.Sort prove more subversive than. pills with twice as many pain- -, -
j 0 20.Take socking the added income into II relieving ingredients, greases E-c 4 K M tin
f II rL I) nourishment tax-free bonds. What is needed, with three times as much antiperspirant 3 S
y 21.XVI clearly, Is a new set of needs.I power. _i 9IIi tq
1-1 rT 2'. Old card
This is task for
a the great i The corresponding sag in the
16 r 11 0 id Masculine game engines of advertising, sales-; national growth rate is hardly
26. Offer .manship and mental manipula accidental. And now If the big -- MEANWHILE...
13It zo // Z.J lion whose job Is to make MAY NOT 6ET ME PK.FULLER FwE YEARS 15 A LONGTIME
: 27.Daughter people new rise in spending power is PARKER GAYS I WANT XXI TO HOP At E ABLE TO AT THAT HOSPITAL / I WONDER WHAT
23 ifJd // of Cyrus need things that nobody ever to do any good, the industry will SOtJA'S GONE JE AWtJtTPOWNTDieer THERE IN WAKREN..ANPHUttY USA LOOKS LIKE!
r.:// // 28.Most recent heard of. have to torment us into wastingthe OUT OF TOWN THE HOSPITAL.11 PONT I IN TIAI/E/ IT UP.
ZS rb tj ZQ 29.Thc This which
I great money on a whole new gen PAV5/ KID OF Hu5NERsf
S alien tia er pioneer work in the late 1940's. eration of needs. We must want H
Z, yo 51
t 30.Repairs and early 1950's has become lazy things more uselss and ridicu-
I .
It il.
It'l' ,of chairs and fat in the last decade. Before lous than
I : S anything yet contrived -
"'h1'T r i = 31.Studied '
: World War II ] if ;
hard most people we are to continue mov /
;coHoq. Y
I 37 /; 32.Internal knew- what they needed, which tag majestically toward realiza- .
39 4' 3'.Mountain was usually a house, a car, tion of the American ideal.
t clothing and food. For starter American salesmanship _
: pass a v
I 41 41 ; '" 37.Pea As these needs were satisfiedin might try making us
';' 38. Compass the postwar boom, the pioneer all need a toast cooler. With i : 5s t H i::
M Par im.27 min.'P "" 40.point Son of ft*. mental they manipulators could keep discoveredthat the boom amasL cow-hip .fenders, it might be a a

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14' Gainesville Sun Thursday, March 5, 1964Who

.. -- --- -... With Our Men in Uniform
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r Airman Second Class A. M. course for United States Air I I and organization, seamanship,
Hunter of Lake Butler has been Force I .
radio equipment ordnance and military
A1WORMYAWAcR gunnery,
':- reassigned to Little Rock AFB, men at Keesler AFB, repair-I I drill, first aid and survival. I Iw.

J {;;;;: :: :SS Ark., following the technical his graduationfrom training Airman electronic Hunter principles was trainedin circuit they schools Upon are completing for assigned technical the to program service

.. analysis and inspection of high- trainingor
..... to ships and stations for ,
ToastmastersTap powered radio equipment.The on- ur'nt* Mr v ry day
the-job training in a Navy rat- tow prices t. always lie substantially
Could Be a Juror? airman is the son of Mr. ing specialty. plow' the. usual accapt.d -
RichardsonFor and Mrs. Arthur M. Hunter of retail prig Buy MW at
our low discount prices and usa
Lake Butler. A graduate 0 f our monthly budget plan, up U
1. President Johnson spent two ayan diplomat, on charges con- President Union County High School, he U months to pay at low rates.

days'in mid-February confer- See Answers nected with entered the service in January ElectricalFIXTURES Furniture Manufacturers Sample
r1ng with Adolfo Lopez Mateos, 1963. House, SOUTH Main SI at South
1. narcotics smuggling Jeweler Bill Richardson has 13th St.
1. Panama's ambassador to 1 1r
the I United States On Page 26 2. theft of U. S. military doc- been elected the new presidentof ,1t
uments the Gainesville Toastmastersfor
2.president of Mexico the 3. a plot to plant a bomb at the next six months. Kerry K. Hewett, son of Mr. Residential Commercial 1
, secretary Organization : the U.N. and Mrs.: Harry E. Hewett of Industrial 1
of American States I Other new are
ter was bombed during a series 4. theft of valuable art objects Route 3, Gainesville, began basic CALL
4.. of Chile Charles Page, educational vice
president of terrorist acts aimed at
training last month
at the
5.1:new director of the Alliance Americans in I 5. jewel smuggling president; Paul Wagoner, ad- Naval Training Center, Great I C. P. Dressier
for ministrative vice president Er-
Progress ;
West Berlin 12. The commander of Guanta- Lakes, HI. Electrical Contractor
nest Langford, secretary; Mar-
2. .The'Spanish government an- 2. Brazzaville namo naval base, angry be- vis Roberts, treasurer and Gar- The nine-week training in- Phone FR 6-6193
nounced its intention to continue cause Fidel Castro had called
3. Caracas 910 N.W. 4th St.
nett Chastain, sergeantatarms.The cludes
him liar naval orientation, history
trading with Cuba despite a 4. Saigon a ordered I
U.'S;threat to 1 group meets weekly for
5. Seoul
1. workers to cut the
1. halt military aid to Spain 8. In a matter of a few days, that formerly brought pipes educational programs, speech
3.:break diplomatic relations the pro-French governm e n t from Communist Cuba to the practice instruction.The and parliamentary. procedure FLOWER. I
with Spain was overthrown and then reinstated base
3. cut U. S. trade with meetings are at the Park
SpainUdo in the former French 2. all Cuban employees at the 7b'dI&a
: all of the above colony ot Lane Cafeteria every Mondayat
base to be fired without notice
5-do none of the above 6:30 p.m.
3. After receiving a shipment of 1. Cameroon
3. I It
an increase in the JB
U. S. wheat at Odessa, Soviet i 2. Dahomey ber of anti Castro radio INCOME TAXGAINESVILLE :
authorities t complained that Senegal broadcasts I FOR EASTER RIGHT

1. the crew of the U. S. ship 5. Chad 4. American troops to use N.iPlil'2JrVl' .,_
Exilona "spied on" Soviet 9. Winning a third term as force, if necessary, to turn on BOOKKEEPERSi I II I ...+.. .,;H' I 1
naval installations in election the water supply that Castro .
premier a sweeping t 'r
1328 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924
2.3he had cut off I I t'
shipment weighed 50 victory was Greece's (
tons less than it was SUpPOSe /
ed"::to 1. Aristotle Onassis '

3.the wheat was full of nails 2. Constantine Caramanlis \
\\- ,c'J 11'
and broken glass 3. Panayotis Cannellopoulos \

4. some of the wheat was 4. George Papandreou ..
spoiled by contact with 5. Ionnis Paraskevopoulos \.--J.
"green" lumber 10. On the advice of counsel, :."..
4. In the Jack Ruby trial at former Senate majority\ secre- :: I .r

Dallas, defense attorneys oppos- tary Bobby Baker, whose records F'S '

ed-seating on the jury anyone had been subpoenaed by .
who saw the shooting of Lee the Senate Rules Committee,

Oswald on television, saying 1. refused to before 1 SPRIN"GLIGHT kLt\ /

their main objection to such the committee appear '.. l (
persons was that they were .
2. refused to surrender the e .
1. "witnesses" and therefore \
ineligible to serve as jurors .
3. refused to return to Wash- r ; :
2. sure to have formed an 3rr.
ington .
s. .
opinion in the case .a3
4. did all of the above
3. a "morbidly curious type"and
5. did none of the above
unable to be objective B ?k8 a s ,
11. General Robert G
4. certain to feel that Rubywas Kennedy announced the arrestsof 1u. FOR EASTERsMANSTYLED r ey
guilty t
three including a Mexican -
5. Ships from five nations car
ambassador and a Urugu- 4
v Tr
ried more than 1,000 refugees } .
away from the dangers of ETON OR / a3 aF> >y 7

1. the fighting on Cyprus HELP

2. an erupting volcano on Iwo RUGBY

3.Jima heavy winds that battered YOUR i t.+ LITTLE

4.new attacks by Viet Cong ( 4

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5. an earthquake in the x f.A f.
Azores i 1\j\
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occured in the Philippines salesman is "in business J
a plane crash on Mindanao and for himself." He
1. a collision of ships in Man- buys his papers at I -

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2. an earthquake on Luzon them at retail. The SOMES IN WASHABLE ; (
3. a major fire in Manila difference is his profit. 'I LIGHTWEIGHT S. JiLA.
4. the sinking of a ferry boat wr
in the Moro Gulf FABRICS.
His full
weekly profit -
5. collapse of an office build-
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THE TAPER Oiaft 5uill inn r

FOR THE PEOPLE ; Santa Fe River/Suwannee River


R&y r

Thursday, March 5, 1964 Gainesville Sun 15 EDITION: : : : } :

Bronson U. S. 27

Commission Slash Pine and Loblolly AppraisalsAre (Union Co. Supt

Talks WaterBRONSON Victimized By Fungus GivenBRONSON

-R e s j dents of -
Bronson are to be I There are many tokensof Appraisals on Quits
polled by the
spring. right of way for the constructionof Campaign
City Commission
to determine
U. S. Highway 27 between
whether they want a city water Most are blithe in spirit Bronson and Williston total
system. and welcomed each year as
thus far.
a farewell to winter. Thereis $26,050

Commissioners agreed to this at least one exception, e ;; : : a Levy County Clerk Ernest I

at their meeting Monday after however, not so cheerfully rR 3 i t:.e.a $ Stephens reported to Levy Coun- Poor Health
discussing the possibilitif of a received by foresters and ty Commissioners Tuesday that I

municipal water system with !rida timber growers.It this is the total of the first ;
Dr. David B. Smith, Gainesville is the orange yellow A "book" of appraisals filed with Blamed ForWithdrawal

engineer. rust known as cronartium the State Road Department. An- t. \
Smith said he would come fusiforme a live fungus other book of appraisals is forth- ; s

back and discuss the water which fruits in the spring of ; 4rF coming, Stephens said. He said

system further after the wishesof the year. It can kill or disfigure he did not know if the appraisalshad

the citizens have been learn- slash pine and loblol- started on the Bronson or LAKE BUTLER In a sur

ed.In Williston end of the highway prise move )'esterday'eteran
other business before the ly.This strange fungus caus- project. Union County School Superintendent -

City Commisson, it was reported es abnormal swellings ? V T. S. (Shep) Thomas with-

that work has started on galls or cankers on pine Commissioners spent much of drew his candidacy for reelection -
erection of a water tank to be their time in the
limbs or even the trunk. It M. meeting preparing a upcoming Democratic
used as an emergency supply by can attack pine seedlings, list of secondary road projectsto primaries.His .
the fire department. be requested at State Road
saplings or mature trees.
Commissioners agreed to sell when it occurs, the canker : Board hearings in Lake City school withdrawal leaves the postof

an old tractor mower for $150 to appears to have'been dusted today. The list, generally, will superintendent wide

James Poole.Attending with a bright yellow pow- (I be the same as last year, withi open who for James H. Cason III,
qualified candidatefor
as a
the meeting were i the Cedar Key dock project at
Mayor Buren Brice, Commis- der.Cronartium is not the the top. the job just before the deadline

sioners Dogan Cobb Jerry Ward work of insects. It is a tree Bids on the dock project were' Shadd Whitehead Tuesday.

and Lint Moring and Clerk G. disease. Though pine is its accepted Tuesday by the. Road Under a special legislativeact

M. Owens. main victim, it does not pass I Department. Second on the list Union County candidates
Shadd WhiteheadIn
from one pine tree to another. is a road beginning at US 27 qualify during the same periodas

Cross City I It is spread by an "al x, in East Williston, going north j state candidates.

ternate host," certain oaks, and then west to intersect withU.
S. Highway 41. This road is Thomas, who has served near-
to complete the life cycle of
BaskethallersHonored the fungus. The rust produces commonly known as the Sheriffs RaceLAKE ly 40 years as Union i Countyschool

spores which infect Example of "stem gall" on pine I "Crump Reddick" and "Mix- superintendent, announced
his withdrawal from the election
: son" road.
the leaves of oaks. Later,
BUTLER A then elected sheriff race in a letter to Robert
Commissioners twowayrace and has held
tiny spores from the oaks Timber growers in Florida forest are the black turpen were expected -
to add for sheriff between incumbent the office since. Driggers, clerk of the circuit
to the -
CROSS CITY An list before
appreci- ,
are carried by air to infect are familiar also with tine beetle, the ips engraver pre-
court. He said he had
John H. Whitehead and previously -
ation banquet honoring the the pines.In another tree disease, fomes beetle and the pine sawfly. in Lake City today, He is a veteran of World War filed
several other Lowell Shadd, local service station as a to suc-
boys and girls basketball I projects, includ- .
thinning a timber annosus, or root rot. Farm Forester Van Mur ,II, member of the Christian ceed himself, but that "I have
and school bus
teams "B" team and cheer- stand, trees with stem galls Fire, too, is a deadly enemy phy, serving Alachua Coun- ing a request for extension of operator Church and of many fraternaland determined that health will
State Road driver is sparking the current my
337 in ,
leaders held Bronson.
was Thursday
should be removed first. of the commercial ty, reported some infesta civic organizations.He not to
night at the Carriage Inn Res- Then remove trees with forest but tree diseases tion of black turpentine extension would run in front of Union County political cam- I I election permit me engage" in an

taurant, with 58 attending. branch galls close to the and forest insects each beetles in Alachua County the courthouse. paign. and his wife, the former campaign.

I The banquet was given by stem. Infected limbs can be year exact a fearful toll in during the past year. Con Another secondary project ex- Prior to yesterday, it lookedas Vivian Crews of Union County, Thomas requested that his

the School Board and officials, pruned away, and the tree damage or loss. trol measures in c 1 u ded pected to be requested, is a if an election battle between have two sons and a daughter. name not be placed on the ballot -

with talks by Coaches Eddie saved, if the gall or cankeris Insect activity in Floridain spraying the infested trees road beginning at U. S. 27 in veteran school superintendentT. Shadd also is a life-long resi- and tht his qualifying fee of ,

Petricka, Nick Carter and Joe I not too close to the trunk. a recent one-year period with BHC (benzene-hexa- Bronson and running north between S. Thomas and challenger dent of Union County. He is a I$415 be returned. "I fully real-
the east side of the court- James Cason would command '53 graduate of Union County ize," said Thomas "that this
Shoniker and Principal Bill Tree farmers who note severe killed an estimated 1,500,000 chloride) mixed with diese
Rains. Each commended the infestation of cronar- pines or approximately fuel and, where the infested house and property owned by the most attention from Union High School.In eliminates me as a candidate."
Horace Wilson.In County voters. But Thomas with- entering the race for sher- Driggers said that he had
teams on their good conduct, tium fusiforme should con- 182,000 cords. trees were turpentinedtrees re- .
sportsmanship and record tact their Florida Forest Among the more destruc- not putting any more other action Tuesday, com- drew from the race yesterday, iff, Shadd is making his first turned the qualifying fee and :
missioners gave $500 to the Levy leaving Cason to make a solo bid for public office. that when he sends certified
for the season. I I Service farm forester. tive insects in the Florida streaks on them this year. a
County Fair Association to apply He is married to the former list of unopposed candidates to
Carter, coach of the "B" run.Sheriff
on a permanent fair build- Whitehead is a native Hazel Brannen of Lake Butler the secretary of state and the
team, gave the following boys ing in Williston. The and lifelong resident of Union and have three
certificates of mer i t o rious Remove Barriers Levy ClerkAnnounces Fair Asso- they children: supervisor of registration, Ca-
ciation was represented by County. He served as constable Cassandra, 9, Craig 6, and Ca- son's name will appear as the
awards for the Homer
past season: Charles Williams and Ben for four years, from 1948-52, was rita who is five months old. .only candidate for the school
and Tommy Melgaard, Ter- Doerr.
rel Ross, Bo Hendrie, Jerry Commissioner R. B. Davis reported Thomas, who began post. his teach-
Karr, John Ross, Winston Rus- On Milk that Levy Incumbent Sheriff
ImportsORLANDO application had been ing career in a small one-room
sell Sanders and Robert
For PostBRONSON made for
I $1,900 in matching school in the community of Romeo

Ousley. funds from the State Con.c; rvl-. in Marion County, is
Varsity coach Petricka stated (AP-Giving) way price; is to discourage the importation Ernest I I tion Board to apply-- -on-----con- Qualifies For PrimaryBRONSON known as the "dean" of Florida
he had five seniors, five juniors before a frontal attack from the of milk," Andrews Stephens, struction of -
clerk of the circuit artificial fishing school superintendents. His cur-
and two sophomores on the var- U. S. Supreme Court, the Florida said. "The milk in Florida must court for reefs in Gulf waters. Levy County
Levy County since rent term expires at the end of
sity this year and boys earn- Milk Commission has removed be priced on a basis competitivewith January of, Sheriff J. W.
1953, has announced (Jimmy) Turner, the year.
ing awards will receive themat from its regulations all barriersto milk brought in." -
his CandidatesMay who qualified this week to seek Cason, whose Democratic
the Athletic Banquet later milk 'imported from other
this states. Mike Caolo, an employe of the candidacy forre re-election today made this nomination will be tantamountto
year. dairy farmers federation, replied election to announcement regarding his MFy election, is a former teacher

And that has brought an at- that the 57 cent price would that office in < BoycottTV candidacy in the May primaries and assistant coach at Santa Fe

Starke Mayor tack from the rear. not discourage importation of the May pri- : High School. He ran unsuccess-

As the embattled commission milk. He said the price would maries.He DebatesFORT fully against Thomas in 1960.

Proclaims recessed a lengthy public hear- have to be cut to 51 or 52 centsto is a mem- "In May of 1956, you electedme

ing Wednesday, the president of do so, and the Florida farmer ber of the LAUDERDALE (AP- to be your sheriff. This is a Levy LandmarkFalls

the Floridjjjairy Farmers Fed- couldn't produce milk at that Church of Jesus Gubernatorial candidate John privilege for which I am humbly

Legion Week eration .,-o :i'i the price. Christ of } Mathews Jr. of Jacksonville said grateful."I >

commission could not bloc Latter Day. Stephens that the voters wouldn't neces-, native-born citizenof to Motel
am a
STARKE Mayor Randal of-state competition, it should Further argument was due to- Saints of Chiefland, Otter Creek sarily be short-changed if two of
Levy County, having been
Chitty of Starke has issued a BRONSON One of Bronson's -
Eastern Star Bronson Masonic
disband. I I his opponents boycott a joint tel-
day.The born in Otter Creek on May 9,
proclamation calling for obser- oldest homes and a land-
The battle to be renewed Supreme Court ruled Jan. Lodge, Levy County Chamber of evision I
appearance.He 1908, the son of the late Dr. J.
vance of March 9-15 as American mark for approximately 80
today, with another controversial 6 in the Polar Ice Cream Com- Commerce and County Finance didn't name the candidatesbut W. Turner."I .
Legion Week.In i years is now being moved to
issue to be decided. case that Florida could not described
pany Mayor Haydon
it, Chitty asked "all citizens make way for the constructionof
Charles O. Andrews Jr. of Or- discriminate against milk from Since his election in Novem- Burns of Jacksonville and Fred feel I am old enough to 16-unit motel and
business houses and organizations -, a restaur-
to join in paying tri' lando, presiding.at his last meet- neighboring states. The court btr of 1952, Stephens has beenan 0. Dickinson of West Palm have the experience and judge- .
ing chairman before taking said Florida's base and alloca- Beach. ment you expect of your sheriff ant.C.
bute to the good works of the a active member of the State Both of these Democratic TURNER E. Webb, house moving
office as a judge of the 2nd Dis- tion orders, which had bars and yet young enough to be
American Legion as an expression Association of Court Clerks of candidates, who ran in the concern from Cross City, is now
of our appreciation of the trict Court of Appeal, droppedthe against imported milk, were in-'I''' Florida. He served as presidentof 1960 campaign have been reluc- progressive and render the service in the process of moving the
to that have a rightto
war-time and peace-time serv- bombshell. valid. this organization in 1962. tant to engage in television de- you in you Egg Market old house on Highway 27A near
expect a growing Levy
ices of our Legionnaires.The Andrews proposed that the The case was remanded to the I In announcing his candidacy,.bates. County- the Crossroads. Pro blbly

week is in celebration of price guaranteed the dairy farmer lower court, which has not yet i Stephens said "I am gratefulfor Mathews said that if Dickinson JACKSONVILLE (AP) The best known as the Duden Home-

the Legion's 45th anniversary. for his milk be cut from 61 passed along the order to the the privilege and honor of were absent at a scheduledTV Turner is a member of the Northeast Florida Egg Market stead, the house is also known

cents a gallon to 57 cents. He commission. It is expected to serving the people of Levy Coun- debate in Miami Sunday, Methodist Church and a Mason 1 i:prices to retailers: by the oldtimers in Bronson as

Flu SpreadsBELGRADE cited figures showing that milk within the next two weeks. ty for the past 11 years. If reelected ,'the audience "will be spared and has served the Florida Sher-|I Extra large 44-48, mostly 47; the Kimble home. It goes back
could be trucked in from Wis- I shall at all times do evasive iffs Association as president and 41/-45 44-45
some glib, double talk" large mostly ; medium to other owners through the ear-
(AP-The) Yugo- consin, Louisiana, Arkansas, and my best to uphold the prestigeof 'and that if Burns were absent director. He is on the executive I'' 38-41, mostly 41; small tiller''

slav press reported Wednesdaythat Tennessee and purchased by dis Goldvater Will this important office. this actually "will be a boonto board of trustees of the Florida'I 33 -38.. | The years.home is
a flu epidemic is spreadingin tributors for less than 62 cents presently occupied
the country and has so far "My experience in the past family listening. Sheriffs Boys Ranch. I Poultry at farms: fryers 13,, by Bill and Norma Schos-
a gallon.
caused 21 deaths. II II "The purpose of the lower Support Cramer places me in a particularly- "I appreciate the confidence 1 hens none. sler and family. The large
-- tal position to render better H. OKs house contains and
Springs and trust you have placed in me eight rooms
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. service and continue to help in the past," said Turner. "I I Valuable seven fireplaces and is one of
Russell' Green Barry Goldwater, R-Ariz., a con- build a better and more pro- woods mahogany
Qualifies the
that difficult be
assure you a vote for Jim- lignum vitae cedar buildings to mov
Zoning Spanish ,,
tender for the I
I will
Republican presidential gressive Levy County.
I my Turner will be a vote for!balsa rosewood and ed. It will be set back on them
I i sapota
: nomination, says he supports not be a part of any group or I fair and impartial service to all property facing the highwayand
SPRINGS The City i which yields chicle come
In Bradford RaceSTARKE a Florida slate of GOP clique that does not believe in
County I the 'II I
convention delegates headed by the betterment of our county." Zoning Board has approved the I people of Levy County. Honduras' rain-soaked forests. I will eventually be occupiedby

William C.-Cramer R-Fla.1 rezoning of property in Lot 3,' the new owner and builderof
R. H. (Russell)| A number of other candidates Rep. Block 18, G. E. Foster Addition Insurance the motel, S. B. Ward.
Green Jr., 54, of Brooker has II have announced, but to enter Goldwater broke his silence Waldo Group from Residential A to Man Qualifies Construction of the motel is

qualified as a candidate for reelection -'the race, each must file papers Wednesday night on a fight I Business C. I under way. Builder Kenneth

to the Bradford County I and pay the qualifying fee. among Florida Republicans. The Meets TonightWALDO There was no opposition voic- For Bronson Graham is the contractor. Jo
Commission from District 5. The period of qualifying endsat following brief statement by the ed to the proposal at a meet- Commission I I definite date has been set for
He was a number of March 17.GREEN senator was released by headquarters -
among noon on I The monthly din- ing of the board Tuesday nightThe the completion of the project
candidates who filed with Clerkof of the Goldwater for I BRONSON Donald Holmes,
involved is located
property I
of the Waldo
ner meeting City
the Circuit Court Charles Dar President Committee: local insurance man, has qualified -
to the
adjacent LongmanFord
by Tuesday when the qualify- "In January I asked Congressman Improvement Committee is Clerk Lou as a candidate for the office 'Bama Rustlers
ing period opened.A William C. Cramer to forma scheduled tonight at 7:30 atSchenck's 11 Cloutier agency.said a retail store will of Levy County commis-

native of Brooker and life- za ; slate of delegates in Florida Restaurant.The be erected at the site.Film sioner from District 1 in the Get Drunk HogsMONTGOMERY

long resident of Bradford County pledged to my candidacy. The meeting agenda will in- Democratic primaries.In :

Green is presently completing slate he formed is the official clude reports from Pat Oglesbyand r And Lamps announcing his .u. i Ala. (AP-
his first term on the Board. Jy Goldwater slate and I endorseit. Mrs. Elizabeth Beattie candidacy, Alabama farmers have been
< Taken From Sun he said be feels he is _
He is married to the former ." joint chairmen of the city beautification !. the qualifiedto advised to be suspicious if their
give citizens of
Lucille Thomas of Baldwin. N Cramer's slate already has committee; a progress i Photographic equipment valued -County the kind of Levy hogs stagger around in a peculiar -
They have four children. been entered for the state's May report from Mr. and at $43.93 was stolen from representation manner. u
Jennings Starling of Graham, a 26 primary, with 34 votes at the Mrs. J. D. Ashcom Jr. on the photographic department of fice. He said needed that if in given this this of- f y yo State Agriculture Commissioner -

candidate for sheriff, was the Republican National Conventionat street signs; and more djbus- the Gainesville Sun last week- he A. W. Todd issued the
privilege, at all times
first to qualify Others stake. Also entered sion on plans for the March end
are a was reported yesterday. keep in mind that it is his dutyto warning Wednesday saying ,a
who followed were Sheriff P. D. slate pledged to former Vice clean-up, paint-up and fix up Eddie Davis, chief photogra- represent all the citizens of theft ring broken up recentlyhad

Reddish and Harold K. Norman, President Richard M. Nixon campaign in Waldo. pher for the Sun, reported to Levy County in an economicaland been feeding hogs loaves.of

both entries in the race for sher- and an unpledged slate. Mrs. Bettee V. DeSha, gener police that 80 rolls of TX 120 business like manner. bread soaked in bootleg whisky.

iff; Charles Darby, for reelection State Republican Chairman I chairman. of the Improve- Kodak film, valued at $38.08, When the hogs got too drunk.to

as clerk of the circuit court; Tom Fairfield 'Brown roundedup ment Committee, has urged all and 15 General Electric photo Holmes is a life-long residentof stand, Todd said, "they were

Tax Assessor Gene Long and i the unpledged slate of dele 'Waldo residents and interested flood lamps, valued at $5.85 Levy County and a graduateof ''loaded into the back of cars and

County Judge Theron Yawn, gates who said they were over- persons to attend the meeting were taken sometime betwen Bronson High School. He is 'I trucks without squealing ,or
IIIh candidates for re-election. whelmingly for Goldwater. i tonight. Friday and Monday. married and baa one child. HOLMES commotion."

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II Elma Newman Rolls 617 .. I

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Elma Newman joined the Cola had a 570 with a 212 high had a 232 high game. were made by Mildred Hinson,

ranks of women rolling 600 series -game while Pat Williams, Bud- Edwards Building Supply totaled Butler's Radiator Service 5-7; Hutu ServicE [ e""er"
as she came up with aI weiser, rolled 539, Mary Cul-
3099 997-1033-1069 with Deanna Hart Real Estate,
Coca-Cola, 534 and on Sapp 1
standout 617 effort last nightat breath, ;
Palm Lanes in the Univer- JoAnn Block, Walt's Servicenter -the latter game best. Central I 5-6; Ingrid Sapp, Sapp Real .
I sity City Women's League. 525.First Florida Office Supply rolled Estate, 5-8-10; Mrs. Rutledge, 411A111T CHARGE IT! BUDGET IT!
*Mrs. Newman, rolling for
3048 on 10231043982. I "OBCOUHT
Federal with Mrs. New-
First Federal, had games of : 5-7; and Dottie Davis, Bank of s
Good made the 5-7
man's 617 as the spur, totaled split
218221178. Her 221 was high Newberry, 2-5-7 and 4-9.
The 1057 I
3020 s
: on
single game. Eleanor Todaro of Ace Elec-
I was high game. Whitey Seifert led the Bud
I tric toppled 498 in the T rip 1 e I
The coveted 600 was her first Splits were made by Irene Tumblers loop at Palm Lanes. weiser Classic at Palm Lanes WAITING FOR THE
this but she has toppled
that year barrier several times in Kirby, Coca-Cola, 5-7-9; Viv- She had 176168154. Toby Rut- with a 798 for four games. He

the past three seasons of bowling ian Kesterson, J & J, 5-6-10; ledge, Bonk of Newberry, had had 205190223180. Jim Rup- RIGHT TIME TO I f'a
Nonie Crom, Gold Coast Res-
in Gainesville. 473 and Jenny Shultis, Walsh persberger had 779 and Har-
: 570 Set taurant, 5-7; Dot Cooper, Gain-; Barber Shop, hit 472. Mrs. Rut- 2CARLOAD
SCharlotte McElwain of Coca- esville Gas Co., 5-6; Tillie Ehr-'ledge had a 179 high game. I vey Thomas 776. Ruppersbergerhad BUY TIRES?
ig, Holiday Inn, 4-7-10; Marion a 254 high game.
,Y.. Nieland, Brown's Texaco Service Big Series THIS IS IT! 1.

5-6-10 and 4-7-9; and Dot Three Buds had a 2231 set anda !
White Ace Electric had a 1404 ser- SALE
Bird, First Federal, 510. ies and a 478 high game. Splits 631 high game. _I

Hinson Paces I
mono TopDaytona Dick Hinson of Central Flori-I I e
o da Office Supply topped the:
Night Owl League at Palm <.
;At Lanes last night with a 588 set.

r He had games of 199210179.(

;AYTONA BEACH Recov Paul Good, S & C Tile and ___ W
ered from injuries which plagued Terrazzo had a 584 and Joe _

him during the 1963 season, Matakovich, Central Florida __ 5'w
Ralph White will be among the Office Supply, had 566. Good
top favorites to win the Daytona -
200-mile motorcycle classicon

Sunday, March 15, and go on.
to take his first AMA national 1 v!

championship.The I
hard riding Californianwon
the 200-miler at Daytona 1r
International S pee dway last ,,."
year over a field of riders that '< VP

p included every two wheeledace a :

in the country, and went on ...
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despite a lengthy stay in
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whopping 101 points this year,
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r Schultz-Davis Is No Comedy ActBy


JOE HALBERSTEINSun 'Tat-footed on the floor, faked I a UF surge. He plucked a miss-

Sports Editor .in every direction with his head ed free throw by Brooks Hen-

and shoulders or one foot, then derson anc' crammed it back
Davis and Schultz may sound I stepped back and popped in for a 49-49 tie at 5:10. He then

like a good name for a comedy one-banders with aplomb and rebounded an errant shot to

team but there was nothing fun- grace. pull Florida back to 53-51 at

ny about the way A. W. (Davis Davis' floater shots were 3:12. A one-hander by Henderson -

Thursday, March 5, 1964 17s ) and Danny (Schultz) of Ten- pretty to watch. Tennessee's at 1:22: made it 54-53 for the \ r :.' \ MJ

nessee Vols cavorted in hand- last 17 points all were made by UF. Tennessee, which went in- K

ing Florida a season ending Davis and Schultz. In the last to a semi-stall at 3:35, regainedthe

r 59-58 Southeastern Conferenceloss half, 25 of 31 were made by they lead at 1:02 on Davis' pop

last night.A 01 aces. per, setting the stage for the

i near-capacity audience of It appeared Florida was fading hectic windup.The .

5,700 could only marvel at the when it trailed 49-46 with Vols closed 16-8 and 9-5 --t ,

offensive and defensive brilli- 5:22 to go. But Bill Koss came I in the SEC. Florida wound up T
off the bench to again spark 12-10 and 6-8 in the loop.
ance of the two Vol standoutsas I 44t

I the Orange and White came 1_ _L -L
: 'X
lIIr from behind on four free t

_____ throws in the final 20 seconds to

4as pull out the victory.
It Was Just
Schultz' performance, by far,
was the best individual show of \

any basketball player to appear -
in Florida Gym this year. An 'IconoclasticDefense -1]

He made 22 points but his val- 4
ue lay in uncanny ball hand- '

ling and dribbling ability and With

his playmaking which set up .oa

teammate Davis for a flock of "
soft one handed push shots By NIS NISSEN iiL&
x from the key. v

Seals UF's DoomAt Tennessee basketball coach Ray Mears has a name But offending player (Gators' Tomlinson (32) held up his hand to admit it.
that, it was Schultz, the for his rugged defense that has made a shambles of --------------

) nation's best collegiate free Southeastern Conference offenses.and .

ay throw shooter with 95 of It's just a simple,. little ole ?

y. prior to last night's 104//"iconoclastic defense with disharmonious ged defense into a 59-58 cliffhanger Sun JDevilsTouch Regain:

t, vc d W4 who sealed the UF's doom. tendencies." over Florida.
r Florida led 56-55 on a pairof At least that's the name "Big Game"

charity chances by center Mears came up with for Ken- "
Mont Highley with just 28 sec- tucky Coach Adolph Rupp this "This was a big game for us,
Mears said he
onds I as wiped a per-
remaining.The past Saturday.But Tie
spiring forehead and commentedon Clinch
the Volunteers dropped a
Gators the unusually hot weather."It .
slapped on an
four point decision to the
I : all-court press in an attemptto Rupp- made us second in the con- ,
men, so Mears kept the code "
slow down Tennessee's move- name tucked in his hip pocket.He ference.
ment up-court and perhaps to More came on the defense By TED MEIER nipped Florida 59-58 on Dann,
it out last aft-
set the stage for a stolen which was led by A. W. Davis, Associated Press Sports Writer ; Schultz's two free throws witl
Tomlinson blocked this shot McIntosh er Tennessee parlayed a :
by Larry (43) Larry McIntosh, harassed in rug- Sid Elliott and Danny Schultz. Only a month ago the Arizona a : six seconds left and Detroi
(Sun photos by Eddie Davis). the back court, threw to "We try to change our defense State Sun Devils didn't seem to :.i handed Marquette its 15tl!

Schultz, coming toward the Gut stream every game," Mears said, "in have a chance to repeat .as it straight defeat, 100-76.

center line. Brooks Henderson, hopes we can confuse the oppo- champions of the Western Ath- j.' .." ;v' ft\, ;':'{f""...* \' "'' Bradley was named to thi
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The Vols'Danny who did a fine job staying with sition. letic Conference. ; NIT Wednesday leaving onlj

Schultz the last half on defense, Looks For But, there wasn't anything 'Military and Connecticut opposes -three berths to be filled in tin
Then the Sun Dev
sensed an opportunity for a confusing about the long arm of overnight, Temple as part of an NCAA 12-team field.
ils the touch that
steal and made his bid. But 6-3 Davis that consistently shov- regained i tripleheader at Philadelphia
he hit Schultz' arm and the Vol! Big Season ed ball into Gator teeth. made them one of the nation'stop I Monday. ResultsPrinceton
college basketball teams
Is star was at the free throw Lost Center I In other games St. Joseph'sPa.
line on the one-and-one with Tennessee lost its rugged 6-5, last year. I ., NIT-bound, lost ,to Dayton 76, Pennsylvania 66
Yale 97. Brown 75
20 seconds to go. I MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Gulf- 225 pound center Howard They defeated Arizona 72-69 '78-76 in overtime while NIT- Connecticut 61, Rhode Is. 60

stream Park looked today for a Bayne on fouls early in the sec- Wednesday night for their 11th I hopefuls Syracuse, Penn State St.Syracuse John's,97 N.Y.Niagara 83. Holy 72 Cross 78

Not This Time banner season during the next ond half, leaving a gap hi the victory in their last 12 starts I and St. John's, N.Y. won. Syra- New Orleans Loyola 63, LaSalle 61 '

Three straight times before, 42 days to close out Florida's towering front line. and clinched at least a tie for II cuse drubbed Niagara 92-72, Cornell Harvard 85.95.Columbia Dartmouth 82 7*

Some BoyLast Schultz blew the first shot on thoroughbred racing program. "You didn't get to see Bayne the WAC crown. Only New Mex- Penn State whipped Bucknell Penn Boston St Col.66, 61 Bucknell, Boston 53 U. 60 \

the one-and-one, unheard of After a turnout of 22,180 bet play out there tonight, but he's ico can tie them and the Lobos I 66-58, St. John's whipped Holy Lafayette ,91, Muhlenberg 5* 'I

for him. He had not missed as $1,842,925 on the 10-race pro- the best r e b o u n der in the must defeat Brigham Young tonight Cross 83-78 and New Orleans Tennessee Lehigh 76 59 Rutgers Florida 69 58 .I

many as two free throws in a gram Wednesday, James DonnSr. league," Mears said- "Besidesthe and Utah on Saturday to' Loyola upset LaSalle 63-61. Cincinnati Dayton 78,94 St., Xavier Joseph's, Ohio, Pa.92 74 ot ,

month, when Vanderbilt was playing Mississippi at row at any time this season. ., chairman of the board and fouls, he injured his back do that. In that event a flip of Cincinnati edged its city rival -Detroit 100 MarQuette 76

Nashville, the Rebels' ace Donnie Kessinger, was running wild, He didn't miss a fourth, mak- the man who rescued this sea- two days ago. You know, he 'a coin will decide the WAC entry -' Xavier, 94-92, Tennessee Arizona Denver 71.St. Air U. 72 Force, Arizona 59 69

en route to about 35 points against Vandy even though Ole ing both, for a 57-56 Vol lead. side racing plant from the rust was All Ohio in football, too." 'I It! for the NCAA _tournamentthat : .

Miss lost. The Gators hurried up, miss- and weeds in the early 1940s, Florida, which played its third determines the national

ed a shot and had to foul Davis expressed optimism for the 43- straight outstanding impressed champion. Celtic Coach
The Vandy network radio announcer, Larry Munson had game, I
this to say every time Kessinger hit a feld goal. with six seconds left to day meeting. the youthful Volunteer Actually the odds favor the
stop the clock. Davis, who led coach. Sun Devils. There has been
"If think is wait until
Kessinger good just see
you you "I'ni
Schultz of Tennessee." scoring with 25 points, made very well satisfied with I "They have a fine team and speculation that the Lobos, hop-
both for a 59-56 bulge. The opening day," he said, "particu- should be real good next year," ing for a bid to the NIT, will Now Confident :

Well, Gator basketball fans have seen Schultz. And they're Vols then stood aside as High- larly after Hialeah's big closing he said. pass up the NCAA. If the Sun

throwing arms out of joint patting themselves on the back ley tipped in a shot at the fin- day Tuesday. I feel my preseason -' Gator defensive whiz Brooks Devils make it, their first

that they don't have to look at him again. al buzzer.It prediction of an 8 per cent Henderson, who harassed the NCAA test would be against I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Payne, 22.Payne .

was a dogged game with increase will become a reality." swift Schultz, also received Utah State at Eugene, Ore., "As far as I'm concerned, received emergent
mistakes again fatal to the UF. It was the second biggest words of praise. next it's all "
Florida had a better shotting weekday crowd in Gulfstream I "One of Best" TuesdayMade It treatment in the Civic Centel

both from the floor history and second biggest at A supremely confident Red and was taken to University
r percentage, "Henderson is one of the best The Princeton Tigers and the
z I and the free throw line, and the pari-mutuel windows. Last I I guards we've seen," Mears said. Connecticut Huskies did makeit Auerback sat back and lit a I Hospital for X-rays of an apparent

I more rebounds. Floor errors year 19,510 turned out and wag-: "He blocked a couple of Schultz' to the NCAA tourney Wednes- cigar. His Boston Celtics had I broken nose.

I cost heavily.In ered $1,721,946 on a 10-race pro shots, and that's something thathasn't day. Princeton retained the Ivy just beaten off the onrushing I On the West Coast, veterar
Cincinnati Royals, 112-108, at
the early going the Gators gram. happened often." League championship with a
I Boston Garden. I Bob Pettit of the Hawks sank
sparkled best, ripping to a 14- He also called Schultz' 76-66 victory over Penn. Connec-
Exclusive Nashua won the' per- two free throws with 12 seconds
"That the
5 lead in the first six minutes. was big one -I
formance "sluggish. It wasn'tone ticut edged Rhode Island 61-60 '
featured $16,975 Armed Handi- Wednesday night," Auerbach left to insure the victory over

The Danny-boy of the Vols left his mark on the Florida Then Florida cooled consider-in cap by 2Vt lengths, with Near of his better games." in a Yankee Conference playoff. said. "Even if we lose at Cin-I the Lakers after Los Angeleshad
ably, getting just one point All the 6-1 senior did Princeton now meets Virginia
Man second and third. was score closed to one point.
Gym floor. He'll go down with the topflight stars that have the next seven minutes as Ten- cinnati Thursday night, we'llstill
I 22 points and dribble the ball
cavorted against the UF in the 10 years yours truly has look- back to 17. 15 Exclusive Nashua ran the six have a 2Vz game lead and
nessee came a like he owned it.
ed at SEC basketball. lead. furlongs in 1:09 4-5 and paid Ariiie we'll be hard to catch now."
Florida Coach Norman Sloan SaysHe's
$15.20. Injury Bug
The Boston victory stretchedthe
The Great Ones Highley Shines wasn't critical: "Schultz is real-
Play see-sawed the remain- Trainer Ray Metcalf said the ly tough. He's a great shooter. Celtics' margin in the East-

der of the half with the Gators 5-year-old son of Nashua will be "And, Davis made some great 'ReadyTo ern Division of the National Hits AgainVeteran
People like Denver Brackeen of Mississippi i in 1955, Jerry basketball Association to 3Vz
pulling out to 32-28 at intermis- shipped to New York and his defensive plays," the Gator
Harper, George Linn and Jack Kubiszyn A lJii',11956' ; sion thanks to a couple of three- next start probably will be in the mentor continued. "He came out games. Both teams have six
Howell and Jim Ashmore State 1956-57-58 Get left in the regular sea- infielder Don Zim-
Bailey Mississippi ; The Paumonok Going'PENSACOLA games
point plays by Highley. Handicap at Aque- of nowhere to block a couple of
Al Rochelle, Vandy, 1956; Johnny Cox, Kentucky, 1957-59; senior pivot ace played a fine duct. shots." son. mer, who attracts injuries like

Rex Frederick, Auburn; and Vern Hatton, Kentucky, 1958; game on the inside for the Ga- I (AP) "I'm Number Is Four ,John Wayne's jaw draws fists,

Jerry Graves, Mississippi State and Roger Kaiser, Georgia tor, hauling down 17 reboundsin ready to get going now," said The Celtics lowered their I,can't even find refuge from his

Tech, 1960-61; Joe Gibbon, Mississippi, 1957; Cotton Nash, addition to his 21 points. Golden HillsPreview Arnold Palmer as he preparedto magic number to four. Any I nearly perennial plague on a
Kentucky, the past three years, and others in that mold. combination of four Boston vic-
The first play of the second tee off today in quest of a defeats would i,handball court.

Toss In Joe Hobbs, Lou Merchant and Cliff Lujk of the half was costly for the UF. third Pensacola Open golf cham- tories the or Celts Royal their eighth con-I
give As a result, Zimmer heads
Gators In that W. Stroud State Jim Dick Tomlinson muffed a layupon pionship.The .
period, D. Mississippi ; secutive Eastern title. I
I the list of
Kerwin, Tulane; and Dalen Showalter and Gene Tormohlen, the opening tip as Tennessee SlatedOCALA 34-year-old Pennsylvanianhasn't In Wednesday night's other rapidly growing play.
I i ers hurt in the early stages of
Tennessee, and that about coders it. confused moment a rily, had such a lean season Baltimore whipped New I I
headed the the games spring training. The 33-year-old
wrong way on since 1958. He hasn't scored a

Schultz' ability to control the basketball and, with it, the floor. Tomlinson was fouled -A preview of the have indicated a desire to join. victory in seven starts this year, York battle 115-108 between in a game the marredby Knicks' Washington Senator is set for a

game by his dribbling tactics and ball-handling popped eyes but made only one of his chan- I ,although he tied for third at Los a four-to-six week involuntary .'
Golden Hills Turf and Coun-
new At 3 and Baltimore
p.m. Saturday, officialsof Tom Hoover a
with broken left hand.
last night. ces. So Florida, which could Angeles and San Francisco in a
have been ahead at 35-28 just try Club is set at 3 p.m. tomor- the organization will have I fan. St. Louis turned back Los
One Jacksonville writer paid the ultimate praise to Schultz.He January.In I Angeles 110-105 and moved with- Joining Zimmer on the injured *
like that, led 33-28 instead. row and a followup program in- the official ground-breaking of the last five seasons, he
termed the Tennessee star the "finest white dribbler he cluding the ground-breaking, the clubhouse. in two games of first place San i: report Wednesday, among
tied 43-all
Tennessee at on won at least one tournament !
ever has seen." And those who know of Globetrotter Marquis Francisco in the Western Divi'others were pitcher Gary Peters
will be
a steal by McIntosh and there- Saturday. during the PGA golf tour's first '
of the White Sox
Haynes will get the point. Chicago ,
after it was a rugged battle. weeks in the west. sion.Hoover I'I
Vol coach Ray Mears, however, is looking ahead to next Robert C. Abel, executive vice Hammer Said I and Terry Dischinger inflamed left shoulder; Cubs'
Schultz amazed fans he stood However he has
as ,
won nearly
season, a campaign with Schultz, with optimism. He claims president and developer of the this and ranks I were ejected from the game for I II i shortstop Andre Rodgers,
Tennessee has TWO, not one, replacements for Schultz.A new course which will be ad- Next Great $10,000 year fighting in the last period and I spiked finger; Don Mossi, Detroit
Vols (9) FG FT Reb. PF TP fourth on the PGA money list. I
replacement, sure. But an equal? As the Beatles would Davis 17I 11- 9 I 4 2S jacent to Golden Hills Academy, 'as the 6-8 250-pound New York pitcher, sore left elbow,
Bayne 2-0 2- 0 0 5 0 non-sectarian school The $30,000 tournament at the the court he and infielder Phil Linz of the
say, yeah, yeah, yeah. Elliott 51 22 10 3 4 a private UF GolferLaurie Pensacola Country Club is the center was leaving I
Mcintosh 53 4-2 4 4 I (grades 7-12)), said several hun- tangled with a fan, Henry A. New York Yankees, face cuts.
Schultz 11- I 96 2 1 22 ninth stop on the 1964 PGA tour.
Caught on the Run Robinette 30 20 2 2 0 dred persons will tour the new
Palmer scored of his
Hogsett 1.0 2-0 5 4 0 Hammer of sarasota one typ-
Totals Team 51-20 32-19 3 34 23 59 I golf course threatens to become the finest ical come-from-behind victories i Seabreeze Netters TrimHurricane

Hotels and motels in Jackson, Miss., are being swampedwith Florida (5') FG FT Reb. PF TP and Mrs. Bernard Castro collegiate golfer ever to play here last year, winning with a

advance reservation requests for the big weeke- of Morton Tomlinson 30 72 10 76 5 4 5 5 10 0 will entertain guests at their for Florida. 15-under-par 273 on the 6,380-

Sept. 25-26, when the grid double-header is set Highley 11.5 14-11 17 3 21 ranch club house after the cere- ,yard country club course. Boys Girls
72 0.0 1 4 4 ,
That's the day of Mississippi-Kentucky in the afternoon and Baxley Henderson U3-2 8 4 14 monies. That, in the opinion of head The Pensacola Open has at-
Koss 22 21 3 0 5 coach Buster Bishop, would be tracted one of the best fields in
Florida-Mississippi at night. Lesko defeated Stephen Fouls
Moore 10 0.0 0 2 0 DAYTONA BEACHGaines-I
This Peek 00 0-0 0 0 0 The 500-acre project includes saying something when past Gator recent including Gary
corner's advance years
for back &-1 6-2.
request witha
a room came Team 47-19 21-20 45 26 58 I I ville High School's tennis teams( ,
golf course, bridle paths, polo golfers like Doug Sanders, and Harold Kneece who
demand for Player ,
payment now, six months ahead. That shouldbe Score by halves: matches to Seabreeze
'I ,
Tennessee 21 1-59 field and school grounds."Horse" Dave Ragan, Tommy Aaron, were two shots back of Palmer dropped Doubles Cornelius and Pils
the tipoff to area fans planning to make the trip. Don't 32 26-58 competitionand
Florida in
High by 7-0 boys
Street Frank Beard and Dan Sikes are bury defeated Brown Brown,
say you weren't warned.Harvey Officials: Lou Bello and Scotty 'I in last year's tournament. .
Sauers. Streets in the sub-division are I considered. Other competitors include for- 4-3 in girls.Seabreeze.s 6-0, 6-0; Lesko Rubenstein de-
have won
named after famed horses such mer champion Don Fairfield, girls feated Herbert Harrison, 6-1,
Hagan Takes Hammer's and size ((6- the state title the past two years
Vs. John Today as Needles Carry Back, etc.,I power Doug Ford, Doug Sanders, Jack 61.
I 5)) rank him with the best of while the Sand Crab boys are Girls
golf courses, Thunderbird Cu-
Narrow Lead popular Cupit and Mason Rudolph.
these as collegiate golfers and the better teams in the
ST. AUGUSTINE Rio Pinar, Doral, etc. the Tucson and among Singles Dania Barres de-
(AP-Med- He never has the tourna- pit won Open
won with
Bishop has been impressed state.
alist Bill Harvey of Greensboro, ment. TAMPA (APHenry) Hagenof There is a $500,000 clubhouse the big boy's ability to keep the Rudolph the New Orleans Open. One of Seabreeze's top girl I feated Pam Harper Rheua defeated Stakely, Pat 7-5, Fuller 6-0;

N.C., meets Al John of Punta Ormond Beach nursed a planned for the 7,035 yard ball in the fairway and his touch I t I not compete in singles. 6-3 6-3 Sandra Bragg de-
Gorda today in the first roundof John with stroke lead into the ;
qualified a 79-77 today going I
has five hills around the Owls SubstituteSTERLING
course. The course greenElkcam Results: feated Marsha Laite, 7-5, W.:
the national
championship of 156. second round of the Florida Sensors
no parallel fairways and an automatic Boys Eileen Hansen (G) defeated

golf club champions. The defending champion, Dr. Golf TournamentThe irrigation system.All Colo. (AP-The Singles Skip Pilsbury defeated -Carol Brooks, 6-3, 6-1; Sarah

Harvey medalist five times in 67-year-old retired stock surroundedby Stable's Quentin 2nd, annual coyote hunt in which 25' Bud Brown, 6-1, 6-0; Milo Lee Hair (G) won by default

the tournament, fired a 36-hole John McKey of Orlando, who broker fired a 72 Wednesday to fairways are winner of two races ,in four members of the Northeast Colorado -Rubenstein defeated Grayson from Renee Beissler. -

total of 143 on the 6,545-yard, was not required to qualify, edge Leon Sikes J:., of Palm ; estate size lots, 30,000 square starts in England, won'his first, Fish and Game Club took Brown, &-1, 9-7; Don Cornelius

F par 71 Ponce de Leon Golf Club. met Walter Martowski of Lud- Beach and Dr. John Mercer of feet, 150x200. American race impressively at part wasn't entirely a failure. defeated Carlisle Herbert, 6-0, Doubles Barres-Wendy Ov-

McKey defeated Harvey in the low, Mass. Martowski qualifiedwith Sarasota who tied for second I The new club already has 250 Hialeah this winter. He's a 3- Three horned owls were 6-0); Tommy Schroeder defeated erton defeated Stokley-Fuller

Goals last year. a 78-78-156. with 73s. members and 365 more who j year-old, bagged. John Harrison, 6-4, 6-2i Bill 6-1, 6-1; Hair. Laite defeatedlr

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I Gilclirist County l iaint.6ui11t1J( afjSmc Alachua County I Down to Earth I ;]

Agent's Corner FARM Agent's Corner In Levy County t f

Extension Service & GARDEN Agricultural Extensioa Service By LEONARD OOBB
I tl A: Agricultural Extension Service

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Although no definite promisesor are largely responsible for the Warm weather the last few combining early making silageor Now is the time to fertilize on hand to discuss firsthandthe
commitments have been received -Florida cattlemen's success in days has stimulated much activity hogging-off early: (a) Yel- those for production of this new variety .
I from W. 0. Whittle chiefof raising Herefords Angus or Heralds on the farm front Tractors low corn: Dekalb 805; Pioneer permanent pastures in Levy County. All grow.
State Farmers' Markets wa- other British or European Spring are busy tilling the soil 310; Coker 15. Funk G-144; US maximum gain. An applicationof ers are urged to attend. This
termelon growers of this area breeds of cattle. and applying fertilizers for our.13. 300 400 pounds of 8-8-8 or variety ye'ded: 2,355 pounds per
decided at their meeting last For Gilchrist County cattlemen spring crops.Speaking The above corn varieties are. 10-10-10 should be applied in acre compared with 1,470 of the

ri Thursday in Trenton to proceed reservation of enough landto Chemical ArrayBy of crops corn is not listed according to preference !i early spring as growth starts.I I runner tYVe.
r with plans for the actual layout grow rye as a winter grazing about the most important fish?i because all of these varieties About 60 days following! th's' ap-
. of facilities needed in Trenton crop is the best procedure crop grown in Florida. Approximately are generally good producers dressing of nitrogen If you are a corn grower you
r.. for watermelon marketing. for getting the most economical HERVEY SHARPE as tedion will halt the invasionof 500,000 acres are planted based on their yields, plication as top received from the county agent's
The thinking of course in winter feedDolomiting Agricultural Extension Service mites. each year. Researchers at the erect plants and resistance. at the rate of 50 to 75 office a new bulletin on corn

' this action is that we must have the soil to adjustthe Aphids are certain to be a University of Florida Experiment Corn in our area is generally pounds per acre should be ap production In Florida. Our corn
,; concrete ideas as to our specific acidity, calcium and magnesium Spring is a revealing time of problem where plants are Stations plant many var- planted when temperature and plied. This will vary with your yields have doubled in the past
needs and these can be ob- content is the numberone the year. Nature and humans young and succulent. These lit- ieties of hybrid corn that under. soil moisture conditions are fav- grazing needs. If you have abundant 13 years in Levy County from
(. tained only through having a factor in success with either shed winter coats and show tle pests feed on the undersideof go extensive tests in an effortto orable for germination and grass the 50-pound( rate 17 Hume's' ner acre in 1950 to
qualified engineer to draw up permanent or temporary grazing -that many are expecting. leaves causing them to bring our farmers the latest growth sometime between If in 35 bushels per acre In 1963. Our
. be sufficient. are
such plans. Tom C. Skinner Extension crops. A soil test is essential Congratulations if you are curl and sometimes drop. Oft- and best varieties suitable for Feb. 20 and April 10. may you challenge now is to go ahead in
a g r i cultural engineer to the wise use of dolomite expecting an income tax deduc- en a brood of aphids will be our area. I Corn spacing depends on the, need of grazing the 75poundor the next 10 years and raise the ,
has been brought in on this .and fertilizer in your pasture tion.But sucked to death by blind fly Here are some of the varieties : moisture holding capacity of the more rate may be necessary average corn production In Levy
problem and will draw plans program. if you are the average larvae. If you can't wait for recommended for use in soil, amount of fertilizer nutrientin according to moisture con- County to 50 bushels per acre.
for us.What. Your county agent stands gardener, you will discover that friendly insects to fight your Northcentral Florida by the: the soil and that to be applied. ditions. Cost of production decreases per
ready to assist you with theseor insects are not tax exemptexcept battles then try controlling aphids Florida Agricultural Extension i Generally, corn Is planted in 36 should Where contain possible a 50-50(, () mixtureof pasture bushel as production increases.
do you expect from other pasture problems.4H for the three per cent sales with malathion, lindane or Service based on Experiment to 42-inch rows with spacing of j and legumes. In most With more corn acres going
your pasture? Do you consider tax on the chemicals to dIscour- rotenone. Stations results: I plants in the row from 15 to 30 grasses this is into the Feed Grain Program
CLUB NEWS in Levy County
I it as merely an exerciseerea age these unwanted births.A Ants often protect herds of aphids -' 1. Long-season hybrids for i inches apart.Fertilizer not areas practical at this time due to each grower must do everythinghe
for your livestock? Or do i Wilcox 4-H Club meets tonight layette is essential priorto so that they can enjoy the cribbing, making silage or hog-: analyses recommended moisture conditions. can to produce higher yieldson
you expect a cash return in at; 7:30 in the home of Ernest a blessed event. The layettefor sweet excreta of the aphids.So ging-off; (a) Yellow Corn: Cok- without benefit of soil One of the greatest contributions the remaining acres in order .
terms of meat or other animal Matthews. Other Gilchrist 4-H the garden infants includesa killing ants may help con- er 67; Coker 71; Dixie 18; Florida test are: On sandy soil-MO-15, Agricultural Experiment to take care of the livestock '
Club meetings during Marchare duster and 200; Greenwood 471; (b) 320 to 400 pounds at planting our
products? sprayer a an array -trol the aphids.To I. Station could render wouldbe needs Just in Levy County.
Dr. Gordon B. Killinger ag- scheduled as follows: of chemicals. I White corn: Coker 811A; Coker time and 48 to 60 pounds of ni-
I control ants in the garden I. to develop a legume that A new bulletin, "Supplemental I
of Santa Fe 4-H ClubMarch 811. trogen as a side dresser 4-':
the University ;
ronomist Instructions how to mixeach
: of Beef Cattle
try a chlordane WARN- would in our pastures on Feeding on
spray. 2. Medium season hybridsfor 12-12 grow
Mitchell Philman analysis using 400 to 500
Florida's Agricultural Experi- 6. formula is Be II "
important. ING: Do not apply chlordane to the sandy soils of North Florida. Pastures in South Florida is
combining early, at
that a large Blue Springs 4-H Club read label each I pounds planting time with 48
Stations to the
ment says sure on at this office.
fruit that is to be
foliage eaten
or Panel
silage or hogging-off early: (a) : to 60 pounds of Peanut
cow's feed March 12, Janice Hines, hostess nitrogren as aside
share, if not all, of a chemical container before us
unless the will be
poison removed Pioneer will be the
Osceola 4-H Club March 13 Yellow corn: McNair 444; dress application. Other:, Ftoriglant peanuts
economically ,
I is supplied most Donald Polk, host ing.If at harvest time by stripping 309 B; Funk G-707. (b) grades of mixed fertilizer of the topic of discussion at this
iI from a pasture and not a feed Trenton 4-H Club March 19 the amount of the chem- or by peeling. White corn: Funk G-795-W. I same ratios may be substitutedon month's Levy County Farm Bureau The skinny-legged wood Ibis
r bag.If. ical you can place on a dimeis You can control ants in lawps 3. Short season hybrids for the basis of equivalent quantities I meeting Thursday March is the only stork native to the
your land has value and is Betty Blitch, hostess. enough for a pint of spray I with an application of two table- I of nitrogen. 19. A panel of growers will be United States.Johnson. i
taxed then the agrono.mist -... _jj6lLffljClub met last Mon- don't I
the amount
being nay at cnerry Martin's home. measure on! spoons of 50 per cent chlordaneper less you have been a close observer -. 2r
says an improved forage two nickels. Double dosage of Pour
gallon water. the it will appear that the
should be seriously considered.Less March is public speaking emphasis may be harmful to you as wellas nest. Then soak the area with damage happened overnight.To .
than 30 years ago from month with the programfor to the plants. mixture into the nest openingand control webworms, try r
each club devoted
10 to 30 acres of pasture were meeting being Several pests may plague on the area around the applications of Sevin. \
required to support one cow and to a speaking contest. All your garden at this time, according nest. Then soak the area with Whitefly causes yellowing of
her calf. Today one to two 4-Hers artOther are encouraged to take to J. E. Brogdon entomologist water to wash the insecticide foliage of many ornamentals.At a & arcsHEADQUARTERS
acres of improved pasture with with the Agricultural through the ground and into first you'll think that the
ideal moisture conditions will events scheduled for Extension Service. the nest.A plants are putting on a black- ; FOR ALL
Jilchrist 4-Hers during March
several head. For certain real lawn is the faced act when discover
support I example night- pest sod you a
include: Tri County (Dixie LAWN & GARDEN NEEDS--
Pastures however like citrus feeding beetles eat holes in webworm. black film spreading over the
ilchrist 4-H Tractor and
tomatoes or a corn crop, tightly wrapped clusters of bud These greenish night-feeding surface of the leaves. This '
require fertilization drainageor 'Automotive Classes. March 3, leaves of camellias. When caterpillars are about of an smut is a symptom of whiteflyand w JJ
irrigation insect control and 17 and 31 at Fannin Springs these leaves expand, they reveal -inch long. They can eat more not a cause of ill health. tE z f
management for profitable pro- Livestock Pavilion at 7 each large holes in the foliage. than their weight in grass each Back in the days of lye soap
duction. The improved grass evening. You can prevent this damage night, yet look quite harmless -made at home with water
and legumes grown on thou- County 4-H electric classes with chlordane or DDT. when found sleeping near the from hardwood ashes and hog t
sands of acres of Florida today under the leadership of Wallace Spider mites will thrive during soil surface during the day. fat-housewives kept their door- .
Townsend, March 10 and 24. dry spells ahead. They rasp The newly hatched caterpillars yard ornamentals free from I : jA 'e 1Thx
4-H Club Rally Day, March away the upper surface of cause very little damage to smut and whiteflies by frequent : t = t
Reject Plan 27, at Trenton High School. many ornamentals and changethe grass. They may be full grown applications of soapy dish wa i" .
Gainesville Steer Show, healthy green color to a before you notice grass bladesare ter. If this remedy of yester' rd
March[ 12 and 13, one entry from bronzed or grayish green. One eaten back: unevenly or folIage -year isn't handy, then try an I
To End Aid Gilchrist 4-H, Earl Jones. of the several miticides such stripped off in patches. Un- oil spray. II I I



almost staged a full dress de- .'
bate yesterday on whether ;
smoking caused cancer but cut
it off by refusing to kill Fed-
eral Price supports on tobacco.On .
a roll call vote of 63 to 26, y
: p a ? 'A
: .i < Y o$ 8' ChK :K'yYe \
the Senate rejected an amend- i
ment to the pending form bill
to wipe out tobacco subsidieson I WITH SUNNYLAND
grounds that nicotiana i i

(tabacum was an evil or that s- 8-8-8 PELLETS
the Federal support programwas
too costly. Iu S UPER

Tobacco state senators argu- Food
ed that elimination of price [awn

supports on the rich crop would dP .$

;bring uncontrolled productionof ,., I Ii E1ixrs ESPECIALLY PREPARED t.s t.
cheap tobacco and not a l- t .
'curb on cigarette smoking, 'ra : P.- FOR THIS AREA -

,which a government report has ,1, EASY TO APPLY ,

,.condemned The vote was as a in health line with menace.theadministration's HARRY T. POOLE DEALERS YOUR E. E. GABLEA LONG LASTINGWE i i1i

fight to keep ; ,,,,MYIArnRteiAIY EaCOCH
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Records ,! ing champion in diving, Lansing i boards. He will have serious op-,, upset Price recently on both

May I Price, who last year won both I)!position in Georgia's star sophomore -II boards in the Southern Collegiate -

hI i tlJ ,. ,the one meter and three meter)Ia ', Billy Ray Schmidt, who meet in Athens.

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I Rash of Injuries { Swim MeetTUSCALOOSA _; ;: :;; 605 N.W. 8th Avenue Phone FR 5-9090


Slaps Hurricanes Ala. Every Georgia Tech's Larry Caghan, '
I J'
Southeastern Conference swimming -I with a 48.9 clocking in the 100-

I record is in considerable !i iyard freestyle and 1:50.0 in the

Scrapping Terry Xutt, improving Bill Boaz, steady Mike V danger of fallng during the an- 200 has surpassed the Gators;;

(, Hartman and desire spelled victory for Gainesville High in f fIf 1" a' nual championship meet today, this season. Caghan also is tied:
last weekend's group basketball tournament. i j tomorrow and Saturday. j LANSING PRICE ;for the best time in the 50, each
:.t It'll take a double dose of each this weekend as the Hur- i I Diving Champ As a matter of fact. the i with a 22.2 second clocking.

ricanes reach rung No. 2 on the ladder to state supremancy.And -.- --. .- champion meet marks in 11 of

as if the competition weren't rugged enough, Coach the 15 swimming events have Alabama, which toppled Georgia .

I John Raper has the injury bug to contend with. ; Duke Tops j'been bettered in. competition: out of second place last year i
f j ji j this season. ,,for the first time in eight years,
I Boaz sat out more than half the game with Daytona Main i {II I I is sightly favored to finish second I as low air
The Florida Gators odds-!! IT'S IT'Si
1 land last Saturday with a sprained ankle, starter Boyd Welsch i Peim Chem are to Florida with tough
i ; favorites to win the team ti- ;
has back troubles and ready reserve: Bill Keeter has been i I i Ion |competition c e r t ain to come:
hampered with a virus infection. I tie for the ninth straight year.j'from Georgia, Vanderbilt and:
Duke Lumber beat
j Penn Chem .Their have the best
aces posted ;:Georgia Tech. j I NEWI i mmDEFIANCE
All three missed practices through yesterday. 44 31 arid Fire Department times in all but two events in: I

Frigay j.downed Sunland 62-60 in City'',competition this season. Only I j The Gators boast the defendlIIagna"'ox )' l is_

League bas k e tball games at; .-
110 TIRE
When asked about Orlando Boone, his first round opponent, I Gainesville High School gym;

: Raper said "They're a good tournament team, and we're expecting last night. j TsWettBUct:
, I al rrw
a super effort from them." Bill Webber and Allan Davis I 7.5H4 12J3 r..w
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led the Lumbermen I.f er
with nine tow __
Tournament Merit -
points each. Bill Allen had 14 Add $2.00 for WHITEWALLS

for Penn i
Boone proved its tournament merit the past two seasonscy Chem. I __ NO MONEY DOWN

upsetting GHS in the district finals. Joe Daniels hit 29 points for, :. = No additional chanje for mounting

It was the same trend last Saturday night when powerful : Firemen and Pete Robertson

Orlando Evans fell in the group finals. Evans had trimmed I i made 31 for Sunland. i I EXCLUSIVE B.F.GOODRICH

Boone, 80-51, and 74-63, in the regular season games. _
LUMBER-Blue. 3-0-4; Webber i r
The Braves' record this time is even at 12-12, while the r 1.7-9; Gornto. 4-0-8; Townsend. 2-1-5 f.ctor$ authorizedANNUALSALE O Guarantees every BFG tire for
Blalock. 3-1-7; Davis 3-3-7. Totals 16-
Hurricanes have run up a 14-9 mark. They've both met the : 1244. as loitj: as you drive on it!
strongest of competition. I PENN CHEM-Petzold, 1-5-7; Allen. 5-4- Under rhea ever delusive Tire Protection
_- = PUn ah B.F Goodrich p.tnpni r-ca.''es
14: Perry. 2-0-4; Stump 1-0-2; Joyce, are guaranteed for Me of argrna 1 tread
"Boone plays a running ball pointed out. / -
game 2-0-4. Totals. 11931. I without limit as to time "They like to fast break on the rebound. They do a tremen- Score by quarters: ; against defectr itot. j'aid. .on.mJn-
Duke Lumber 12 14 6 12 44 stop and agamst Mo out< cuts tx*'ki
dous job in having three on one and three on two on the Penn Chem 4 8 7 10-31 I FOR A LIMITED TIME caused by road hazards e'1Cou"letea ut
break." normal dn tng. If a passenger tire is vo
FIREMEN-Holder. 2-0-4; Strickland NOW IN PROGRESS AT damaged beyond repair the original purChaser -
all receive full allowance tor
1.3.5: Wilkerson.0.12; Owens. 0-2-2;
It should be an interesting battle. remaining tread against the putcnase of a .
Bioodsworth 1-2-4; Daniels 133-29; replacement at current retail kit pnce J
Slaughter. 226. Totals. 251262. TECH TV I
Reach Peak SUNLAND-McMillan. 1-0-2; Robertson
15-1-31; Procter 0-1-1; Thompson, INSTANT CREDIT ,'
ny w 38algytalle
5-2-12; McArthur. 2-26; Collins 4-0-8.
Fifteen miles down the road, Santa Fe's Rebels also are Totals 27660. ; 122 N.W. 16th Ave. Phone 372-0433 .....crMtt y.

working diligently for this weekend and tournament No. 2. Score by quarters: j Bank Financing Available Open Fri. 'Til 9 p.m.
Firemen ... ...... ... 12 18 12 20-62?
Richard Clemons is back In the lineup, after missing several J Sunland--.--.. 13- 18 15 14-601 I ,.. ---_ .----.---

games with a broken hand, and the Rebels are "playing

at their peak," says Coach Garnie Hatch. II
CHEVELLE by CHEVROLET great highway performer
The Hatch!et>)> men will put a sparkling 21-4 record on the
line tomorrow night when they meet Florida Air Academyin ., .. ,.
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the opener of the Class B, Region 3 affair. \: ;'
Clemons, burdened with a half-cast on his shooting hand, I i W E:1 k

pumped in 18 arid 16 points in the group tourney games last

weekend. His opponents shutter to think what might have hap- ..0.. .'.."'.: .::::.,::.:.';..c.. :..
pened with a whole hand. 0 _

"demons can't rebound quite as well yet, but he's shoot- .:'. .' J ....-.-
ing great." Hatch said. "In fact, the entire team shot well in f YI1Ji.1I

the tournament. We hit 50 per cent against North Marion and _

52 per cent against Lake Weir"

Hatch took a breath and continued, "The last two ball

games we've been at our best. We slacked off a little bit with
Clemons out, but we're back now."

Ample Support

The 6-l'\z Clemons will have ample support from forward

mate Bud Riviere ((6-2)) center Laroy Paulsen ((6-4)) and

guards Richard Johnson and Warren Buck.

Florida Air Academy located in Melbourne, also comes
loaded with impressive credentials.Like y..z=

a 17-5 record a victory over AA Melbourne High and

high-scoring Marty Dryski.

Dryski stands 6-1, plays guard and rips the bottom out of

the basket. .

He's averaging 28 points per game, with a high of 57 andis Malibu.4-Door Sedan [ alibuSttperbport Coupe

being courted by NYU and several other major colleges.

"We haven't scouted Florida Air Academy but we know

they've got a fine team" Hatch said. "We're concerned and

don't know how to play them." '

A victory over Florida Air in the 7:30: opener at Mount r1iiU i+ 1u

Dora would pit Santa Fe against the Brooksville-Mount Dora

winner on Saturday."We ,? !''I'1 u t

'!{ ;7 I i .t t9 i llllllll, I I I1s
upset Brooksville in the opener of the district tourna- _

ment last )ear." Hatch remembered with fondness. "And

they've got the identical team this season." _
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Officials AmongTourney g

Group _

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Two Gainesville basketball of-, Class AA

Region I at Pensacola Escambia I _
ficials are on the list to works,Bill Brewer and Foster Shepherd. __

regional tourney games tomor- Brewer and Sheldon Hilaman. Hilamanand Jf alibtt Super Sport Ccnvcrttble Wuvdkoo 6PasaeagerStation Wagon
row and Saturday, the Florida! Region Shepherd.II at Gainesville Blair and >

High School Activities Association Pace Hall and Long. Blair and Pace. I Chevelle'" balanced 'performance is best !
has announced. Region! 111 at Tampa Cham rlain-I
Glenn Balas and Ernest Rubio G. S. i i
Crethaite and John Kaufman. Cros-
Jim Pritchett and Tom Lovehae thwaite and Kaufman. We didn't just cook up a. batch of engines for formance and riding comfort, Chevelle lets you
been Region IV at Dade Co. Junior College Passing cornering threading through
assigned to the ClassA i-Harold Cowan and F, L Dew R. L. I Chevelle and call it performance. You can get per- choose Powergljde*, 4-speed manual or S-speed
Region I meet at Milton;j I,Landers and Ed S'oeckel. Landers and I I' transmission

They will work the Milton-Perry;:i, StoeckeL. Class A I I I traffic, sudden stops-Ch eve II e exce I s V8 formance for starters-m aplenty-standard optional 12O-hp at extra Six cost or 195-hp there manual And knowing it would strike the right note
and Region I at Milton -Jim Hatnaayl I
game championship -'(and Kelley Brock Love and Pritcfiett I r a l55-hp Six, a 220-hp VB, even a new 327cuin. with a lot of different people, we gave Chevelle
clash between the win- Love and Pritchett. i all around 1 Ch I e t's new surprise
Region II at Apopka Tom Blanker-" V8! But cheveltesperformancemeans more. 11 models-in three senes. Knowing how people
ner of that contest and a game:ship,Fred and Berton S. C.Belton Gunby.and Tom Bolen.Bolen and Size, for instance. Chevelle's a foot shorter than like the custom touch, we wrote out a long list
between Palatka and
Marianna Region III at Dunedin Russ Hine- I package has what it takes to meet any the big cars. That much less weight to carry ofextra-costoptioDSeverythingfrompowerseau
Officials for the Class AA, Re- gar and Robert Henrion. George Munn!,
i I and Lawrence Fowler Munn and Hen- around. Maximum performance-per-pound, and to air conditioning,pjower windows to Positraction
II meet at Gainesville
gion School will be Bob Blair High and'!j,rlo Region. IV at Riviera Beach-Wallace ;: driving challenge: Six or V8 engines, everypoundcounts. Knowing all this,
I I Carter and Theo Salida. Ed Boell and The Chevelle in off the what's keeping
saves size comes you
Dick Pace for the Cocoa West Charles Albvry. Boll and AI bury. space
Palm Beach game and K. C. Region I at Class Cottondale B Walter hefty brakes, Full Cod suspension-and ends, not the middle. It rides like you want a car from a test drive? _

Hall and Shorty Long for the Sctienck. and Henry Reams. Schenck t!! to ride-comfortably-on a 115-inch wheelbase. Certainly not your

GHS Orlando Boone clash. and Region J. C. II Cartmili.at Madison Cartmill- and Scotty Reams.Hen- ; a trim SIZe that makeS the mOSt Of them! To give you the most oat of this engine per- Chevrolet dealer!
.derson and Ed Stoephek all:I three pptiiretata'Jrl/gpd'
Blair and Pace will work the
title fray. ;: Region III at Mount Cora Wid Roi
i'binson and Lamar Watson. Bueky Fort ; THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet.Chevelle.ChevyII-Corvair-Corretfe
and Jim Worley. Fort and Worley.
At Hawthorne it will be Joe Region IV at Palm Beach Frank I

Ondrula and Sam Huff workingthe quail DiPasquall and Bill and Byrd.R. C.Byrd Bidwell.and Bidwell.DlPas-: See them at your Showroom .
I Class C -
Cedar Key Lakeland Santa
Region I at Campbellton A. E.
Fe game while Andy Porter and Home and Frank Green, C. H. Cox and I|i
Wosenske will handle the Harry RIcteson Cox and Rtcteson. CHEVROLET
Jerry Region II at Milliard R. L. Barnes: /
Hawthorne Mount Dora Bible and Ralph Bennett. J. M. Clbulski and UNIVERSITY CO1515
Charles McPhltony. Clbulski and Mc-i
School encounter. Porter and Phllony.
Region III at Hawthorne Ondrulaand .
Wosenske will take the title .
Huff. Porter and Wosenske Por- .,
game. ter and Wosenske. N. MAIN ST. Gainesville PHONE 376-7581
Region IV at Lake Placid Nick .
The complete list of assign- Lucas; and Dan Wickline Frank Bie-I For Correct Time Dial FR 2-1411
ments: I ber ner. and Jerry Joyner Bieber and Joy

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20 Gainesville SunThursday, March 5. 1964

I Fishing Starts to Pick Up With Warm Weather"I I


love any discourse of en water drifting in Lochloosa. NEWNAN'S LAKE of-day In the Fisheatlng Creek area encompasses 50 to 80 lose our voice by default. If we

rivers, and fish and fishing." Bass have just (since McGUvray's Fish Camp Wildlife Management area, thousand acres. Roughly, the are going to lose it, let's loseit
(COMPLEAT ANGLER, Iza- Tuesday) starting feeding on Speck fishing good to excellent AstreamR banded, inspected and weighed I boundaries would be the fighting. I wonder what
ak Walton) the surface.J. ; bass fishing good. Several boxed, and flown by a Santa Fe River in the north, would happen if too many area
limits of Specks were an J.. Piper Apache to the release Lake Lochloosa in the south, sportsmen showed up Tuesday
GENERALOld M. taken Wednesday concen- sites, and released later the Rte. 301 on the east, a north- night to get into the court
man weather has vindicated Menge took a limit of trations of speck boats were same day-all in the space of south line running through La room?

himself; and we can't bass Sunday in Santa Fe in the north end and westside ; :; ie1d ; tf. a few hours. Not bad, huh? Crosse in the northwest, and You will have a chance to

use him as our whipping boy Lake. These were taken Hawaiian on Wednesday. Specks are This short handling time insures Rte. 441 in the southwest. Management win an outboard motor and"20
this week However, I still a rainbow-colored :
: now bedding "woods" fish against handling losses would consist brief other prizes plus preview everything -
complain. We were skipped Wiggler (No. lei) in the south L lento Stokes ,
can ing is best. Saturday after- and increases the chances of ly of limitations on the use of new in boating for
rI by the spring season! end of lake. noon three nice bass were k y '5' the birds surviving on their guns and dogs within the area. 1964 highlight the All-Family "

) Winter until Sunday, then LAKE LOCHLOOSA brought in: Ctt (Florence Par- new ranges. Hats off to the Management is designed to Boat Show, March 6-15, at

Summer. What happened to Lee-Mac's Fishing Lodge rish), IVz (Buck Snowden), Commission, Marcus Milam, benefit deer and turkey primarily Baird's Marine (601 S. MainSt.

I Spring? Speck fishing i excellent and 10% (Ted Orton). These and all those concerned for ; however, all other .).
though, the weather
.eriously ; bass fishing fair to good. were all taken on cane poles their efforts to bring us turkey game species are benefitted.The Johnson 9li horsepower motors
| excellent since
been have
has a gobbler) were released at We don't presently a
with minnows fishing in the hunting. Commission is with
is be- Several limits of specks have the new, low, lightweightfisherman's
t and the
Sunday fishing "woods". Bass each of two sites. Marcus Mi- turkey season in Alachua action the
are starting to holding on request
to show its effects.J been taken in the last few THINGS TO COME special, will be
\ ginning Fishing both speck and days. Specks are getting ready feed on the surface. The Water lam, district game commissioner County, but Marcus tells me REMEMBER the Game and until discussion at our public awarded to ten lucky boating
level in the lake is hold if all well we might have meeting shows whether not
bass-is good, in general, to bed.Harold and Judge Ira Carterare goes Fresh Water Fish Commissionwill or enthusiasts who attend All-
ft. Smith and E. C. ing its own. one in 1967-68. According to the area is desired by the majority Family Boat Shows at Johnson
.. the length of the state from shown in the accompanying hold 8 public meetings in
Long (Atlanta, Ga.) took 8 ORANGE LAKE present estimates, we now of hunters. Hunters, if motor
J} Lake Seminole in the north photo releasing a hen our district to "feel out" our dealerships
. bass out of Cross Creek Parramore's Fish Camp have 35 to 40 birds. you want a game management throughout the
know it country during
to Lake Okeechobee in the (can't you tell?) I sportsmen on 1964-65 huntingand
I south. Also shellcracker fish they went up to 4 pounds. Speck fishing excell- was a hen because Marcus The stocking of turkeys is fishing rules and regula area and the good deer March.)

ing is starting in many areas. They were uslnjf'li Johnson ent; bass fishing good. Li told me it was-she weighed feasible only in areas which tions. (See Upcoming Eventson and turkey hunting that would Everything from the new
with white pork rind. mit-catches of big specks habitat but do come with it, come to Tuesday's Johnson 90 horsepower Golden -
The specks and the bass are spoon 12-pounds, 13-ounces, too. have suitable this page for complete area
Bass are full of roe and ready have been common in the meeting. Other counties Meteor to boat cushions
with hunt not have maximum turkey listings.) It would be desirableto
now bedding ( some exceptions Release of the popular
S ) in this area and in to spawn. last few days. Specks are ing birds is part of the Com populations (This aptly describes attend each of these meet have them, why can't we? will be shown, plus there will

areas to our south followingthe LAKE GEORGE now on the beds. Bass mission's program of trapping our situation). Only ings in our district; however, So, area sportsmen and conservationists be refreshments for everyoneand

warming of the water. Also Leon Brinson and Curt are regularly being taken on game in areas which have grown turkeys taken directly attendance at our meeting we can kill two door prizes. I
bass are starting to surface Kirkland took 14 bass Satur- shiners. abundant populations but for from the woods will thrive and next Tuesday (March 10)) at birds with one stone Tuesday Good fishing and REMEMBER -

feed now-hence, top. day morning in Salt SpringsRun SANTA FE LAKE various reasons are not accessible sustain a continuing popula 8 p.m. in the Gainesville night. Just be there. Let's not take a boy fishing! .
out a purple plastic Shipman's Fish Camp tion. Courthouse is critical. We I .
water lures from now on on to the public, and releasing -
will come into their own worm. (This is the third Speck fishing excellent them in areas whichare The 13 birds mentioned above (area sportsmen) have the I Fish Can't Hide From You

AREA FISHING straight time that Leon and ; bass fishing good. Limitsof open to public hunting. were trapped at the break- unique opportunity to tailor And Your New
; Curt have taken 14 bass from specks are being taken; :' ?M'i!#'.:'l : >w. .'. N' ...."""... .m;,a4:' .: the 64-65 rules and regulationsto I ie-
Cedar Key Lake George on as many favorite bait is yellow jig with our needs. And all we needto !
Davis' Seafoods weekends; they're in a rut, minnow. Best place for .5 Ji do is attend these meetingsand MERCURYfl ;
Best fishing is yet to come; ;, I
but what rut to be in!) The specks is in Little Lake. Ter- } voice our opinionstheywill
however, some speckled trout i I
Twinford Earlton Beach r 1 be listened If -
and redfish being taken. average weight was a heavy ry ( ) to. our suggestions =
Mullet are being taken with 4 pounds were 6pounders.Nice took a real monster of a and opinions do not Own one of these three new" ,
catches of speckswere speck trolling a live min conflict with sound biologic I I light, powerful Mercury out- s v.ti I
nets. Blue crabs also .
cast .
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being caught. taken Saturday from the now; it weighed 4 pounds, ': p < -'". $ .;'.'f.'.-'- principle they will be heeded.In boards with Glide-Angle styl- E
mouths of Blue Creek and Juniper 4 ounces. (This is comparable :e i \. \ addition to the discussionof ing, no.snag lower units and MERC 39-3.9 HP

CROSS CREEK Run. The specks are to taking a 21 pound d ;t \,. .x. rules and regulations, the shear-proof props. They are $198.95MERC I
Wally's Cross Creek Lodge now bedding. bass; the world's record for establishment of a wildlife misers on gas and you can 60-6 HP
Speck fishing is excellentin LAKE WAUBERG this species is 5 pounds.) The management area in Alachua I troll whisper-quiet for hours. $273 '

Lochloosa; bass fishing is Camp Wauberg specks are now bedding. Nice County is to be discussed on No shear pins.. MERC 110-9.8 HP
picking up in the creek and catches of bass are also com- March 10th. The Commissionhas I $348FRANK'S

in Lochloosa. Rev. Bill Hin- Speck fishing good; bass ing in on minnows and shin been asked by a group of
son and part of 8 (St. Mark's fishing fair to good. Some + sportsmen to establish a management MARINE
Methodist Church Fishing Club nice catches of specks were ers.TACKLE rt-
BOX REPORTT. area in east Al
of Douglas, Ga.) took over 200 taken in last few days. Bass achua 1031 S. MAIN ST. FR 6-7629
County. The proposed
A. Wallace's 11 pound,
specks Saturday in Lochloosa are being taken but only in
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bass took the I. : .

fishing the shoreline. Also 1 small numbers (and they are
specks are being taken in op running small). for the month of Febru-
ary. Bass entered in thismonth's STARTS F
.' 'w..ww'wwx" contest are 8-pounds, 5
,. 1-i I
>t 11-ounces (by Philip Thomas }

caught in Santa Fe Lake > "7:.'

Ms now caught, entered on Shad 3-2)jig), 7-13 with(Thel-min Register to win a.FREE ; S ::P t i

ma Dykes, Newnan's Lake, '
01' Jim's black worm, 3-2)), Johnson Sea-Horse '. ,
; >
11-0 (Jim Smith, Newnan's 3 <,

Lake, Jitterbug, 3-2, 7-0() (La- ?:/:
then Dykes, Newnan's Lake, Sf d. *

M 01 Jim's black worm, 3-3)), y % i Az ,,. 9% ;
8-8 (Jimmy Carr, Newnan's brr

4 /, Lake, Top-water Paw Paw, .ji Rik I x + ,
i y 3-3)), and 7-6 (Buddy Smith, tbfe _

Newnan's Lake, Top-water ,.g.r. F
Paw Paw, 3-4)). Jimmy Carr u r't..'R o.r i
had quite a day Tuesday; he 'a
took 7 bass which totaled 28 : :

pounds plus. The two largestwere ;& ,
8-8 and 7-4. He took thesein

Newnan's on a topwaterPaw MARCUS MILAM SETS TURKEY FREE J w 1 1r I

Paw. Judge Ira Carter Watches Action _

Several nice catches of bass f + _
were taken over the weekend.

ti 4 One nice catch (several over FAMOUS _
5 pounds) was taken on plastic
; 0
r. s worms. Zebco REEL _

+Lt February 20, the Game and $ t 9You'll
x d Fresh Water Fish Commission Price $19.50 !
$Q75 ,
find something new for at
a released 13 turkeys in our everyone
r hunting district (District 2)). SALE PRICE ............ all family the show! Bring the whole family and register
Six were released in Alachua to win a light, low Johnson 91/1.' the
"million dollar" fishing motor! There's nothing
County; three (two hens and FOR THE BEST BARGAINS IN FISHING TACKLE- '
to buy, nothing to guess no jingles
"Check With ..Charlie"In to writel
Ken Boyer and Curt Flood of The Heart of East Gainesville Phone FR 2-1791 You'll see all of the latest boating equip
St. Louis, Ron Santo and
Dick merit, too, including the fabulous new Gold*
Bertell of Chicago and Frank THE TACKLE BOXWE
en Meteor V-90. Plan to attend. Come
Robinson of
Cincinnati were the spring you'll be glad you did!
only National
Leaguers to NEVER CLOSE
five hits in get *U to .. qi;'M .w.y ..,;...11,.
Performance one game last sea Open 'Round The Clock 7 Days A Week
Repeat son.
-------- .1 MARCH 6-15 Special ALL-FAMILY BOAT
Upper photo shows Leon Brinson with the best SHOW Values .
10 of 14 bass taken by he and Curt Kirkland at the
mouth of Salt Springs Run. The bass were taken Feb. Get BOTH: Quality Discounts, Credit too FREE REGISTER FOR 14-FOOT LONE STAR CAPRI

15. spinning with worms while wading. Average 20 ADDITIONAL! Compact runabout with quick accelerationAWA

weight for the string was a heavy 6 and one-half J. M. FIELD'Sannounces PRIZES Y SAT.TO MARCH BE GIVEN 14TH. for skiing. Upholstered front seat (rear
pounds. The largest went 8 pounds. Brinson took 9 seat optional) Windshield, steering, splash
of them. The lower photo shows Brinson and the their shield, standard equipment.. With trailer

best 11 of 14 a repeat performance-Brinson and FISHING CONTEST and 28 hp electric starting motor.
Kirkland did it again the next Friday (Feb. 21). REG. VALUE $OOC0

They took these over the eel grass beds on the edgeof E Contest Runs March 1 thru July 31. 1964 THE $1295.00 . o . 77J
Lake George, again wading and spinning with FISHING PLUG for weekly prize in each division. o.:.: ._ _
worms. The largest in the string went 9 pounds; the TACKLE BOX for monthly prize in each divisio" HOT 13FT. FIBRE GLASS ORLANDO CLIPPER!
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: Fishing And s 1 + ,4.a xt"t ; What's New in Equipment? I

r; Hunting Books !If RAIN CHAPS for hunters and weedless with the action 14, Ohio. -,-Safety -Positive cross loci

, : I fishermen who trek through I II in. bum-I New Winchester SHOTGUN :type in front part of trigger

(Model 1400 automatic) will be I guard
and tall on dewey,
I grass I
A new type of A. available in retail outlets after Stock -American walnut wit!
I. Offer ThrillsFishermen's wet mornings. Chaps keepj the mushroom type jet weighs
June 1. It will come in both checkered pistol grip and forearm
pants dry but are so light'weight I only 5 ounces. The secret-it is 12 and 16 gauges. Suggested retail -I. ; pistol grip cap; rubbej

. I they can be slipped into hollow and when you fill it with price is $134.95, includ- finish
pad high gloss
((5th Edi artifact" the Adirondack
sand it becomes a conventional I
pocket. Made on a nylon base f ing federal tax. :Stock Dimensions-Pull- inches
tion, 1964)) has 60 articles and "to
major : guide-boat impart a anchor of up to 15 pounds. It
II fabric that resists and GENERAL SPECIFICATIONSModel I Drop at comb Itt inchet
and features and includes catalogue share in the subtle pleasure of Y ripping is manufactured by World Marine -
section with reels its The reader Durant and Type Winchester I Drop at heel 2H inches
, rods,, use. explains snagging5.95 ppd. Available Inc., Dept. GC, Chillicothe -
I and accessories illustrated "must Model 1400 automatic shotgun Receiver-High strength alumi
imagine a region from Gerry Mountain Sports, Ohio. If your local supplier -:
' priced. Edited by Tom McNally. and a time without roads where Box 910, D e p t. 51, Boulder, doesn't have it in stock write I Weight-6 pounds (12 and 16 num alloy
f' $3.95 at local book or news deal, all travel went by water." To- Colo. ga. 26-inch barrel) Barrel Winchester Pros
BassThelma I to Seven Seas of Columbus,
ers, or order prepaid from Gun, day's automobile, outboard mo- Big Over all Length 46H inches Steel; micro-honed interior;
+ Digest Association, 4540 W. Madison -, tor, and can opener have made NEW BAIT (Coil Dancer) by!Dept. GC, Box 3657-, Columbus- with 26-inch barrel barrels interchangeable with

t St., Dept. FS, Chicago, the guide-boat, and the guide Dykes proudly displays 7-pound, 13- the Creme Lure Company of ActionGasoperated automatic -out factory fitting
, Ill. 60624. himself, obsolete in the Adiron- ounce bass which she took Monday in Newnan's Texas. It's a worm lure. They CEDAR KEY with new front locking Capacity Three 2 $.I i incl

r, The Modern Hunting Rifle dacks and in much of the Lake. This bass fell for 01' Jim's black worm. (Photo say that the lure is a top wat- breech bolt with rotary head shells (two in magazine, one it

I (1ok( ) by gun expert Tom Hay-. remaining United States. by Tommy Lewis, Sun Staff photographer) er one, a deep runner, and it's TIDES locking directly into barrel chamber)

instructs the rifleman on I The Everglades: F lor ida I

r' loading, sighting, equipping and t Wonderland is 61 pages of story Today-High at 6:28 a.m. and 522';
utilizing his rifle to highef and excellent photographs of the Bradds More InterestedIn I II
Tomorrow-High at 1:09: a.m. and'
ficiency. Over 100 illustrates.Includes .. geology, climate, and creatures 6:11 p.m. Low at 1:05 a.m. and 11:55 McGilvray's Fishing Contest
information on calibers,, of this unique world by Thomas I a.m.
Saturday-High at 10:26 a.m. and 7:31 March 1 through August 1, 1964
loads, bullets, actions, stocks,, Helm. The book is published by p.m. Low at 2:30 a.m. and 1:35 p.m.
;, etc. $7.50 ppd. A.S. Barnes Co.,,, Dodd, Mead & Company, New Than Pros"how Sunday-High at 11:38 a.m. and 9:12 TWO DIVISIONS
Coaching Law at 3:58 a.m. and 4:07 p.m.
p.m. Division"
and "Bass
Dept. FSF, 8 East 36th St., New York, and sells for $3. Monday-High at 12:17 p.m. and 10:30 "Speck Division"
York 16, N. Y. The Long Shadowed Forest p.m. Low at 5:06 a.m. and 5:22 p_m. 22 WEEKLY PRIZESChoice

Guide Boat Days and Ways,,, (Thomas Y. Corwell Company, I By FRITZ HOWELL 34 to lead the Western Confer- about turning pro?" question -I p.m.Tuesday-High Low at 5:55 at 12:46 a.m. p.m.and 6.07 and 11 p.m.:28 of 2 Baits for Largest Fish in Each Division

published in 1963 by the Adirondack 201 Park Ave. S., New York 3, Associated Press Sports Writer I ence, and the Bucks need onlya Bradds said: I Wednesday-High at 1:11 p.m. Low at 2 GRAND PRIZES

Museum, Blue MountainN. N. Y., $4.95)) by Helen Hoover COLUMBUS Ohio victory Saturday over Michi- 6.35 a.m. and 6:44 p.m. $25 in Fishing Tackle for Largest Fish in Each Division
Y. ($5.25)), is a paperbacl: is 258 pages of the abundant gan State to win or share their "I'm a physical education i I caught throughout contest.
collection of historical writing s j life surrounding her log cabin No. 1 collegiate eager, fifth straight Big Ten title. major, and what I really wantto Koine Named 2 FIRST RUNNER-UP PRIZES
Lee Ohio
Gary of State, do is teach and coach in
gathered and edited by Kennett 1 in the woods. The book is a personal $15 in Fishing Tackle; Each Division.
is interested in junior As freshman Bradds fresh junior
more high high school.
a And
Durant, whose aim has beer l diary, scientific journal, I'm NEW YORK (AP)The Ama- 2 SECOND RUNNER-UP PRIZES
school teaching and from farm Jamestown interested
coaching a near in
I teaching
"to portray a unique nCOBLE'S and literary tapestry combined. teur Athletic Union has named I: Tackle Each Division.
than: in a professional basket- Ohio, was overshadowed by than in coaching. I like $10 in Fishing ;
I youngsters Carl Robie of Philadelphia to Anyone fishing out of McGilvray's Fish Camp
FISHERMAN'S CALENDARTime ball career. three-time All-America Jerry and junior high boys are represent the United States in I, eligible to participate.McGILVRAY'S .
1 Lucas. Last Bradds in the formative
year stage where I
for Each DiY "Tells When Fish Bite Best"FOR The All-America took it in the eighth annual swimmingmeet
moved into the All-America they need guidance. FISH CAMP
stride when informed he had I at Bremen, Germany, Sat
THE WEEK, MARCH 8 THRU MARCH 15 been spotlight for the first time, giving -
The Associated "Whether
by i I'd
and Sunday.
the Bucks the All-America accept a professional -urday NEWNAN'S LAKE FR 6.3452
Press as the college player of basketball offer dependson Robie is the National AAU 200-
SUN WON TUE WED THU FRI I SAT SUN center berth for five straight I
the year. the kind of deal they make. meter butterfly champion.
8 9ro 10 11 seasons. --- ----- -- ------ --- ---- -- ------- -
12 13 14 15
"It's honor
a great especially .
JO:::: JO JO K:> KK since this is my last year and He made the second All-Ohio I
7:46 8:37 9:28 10:20 11:11 12:01 12:51 1:41 I
team the smaller
last at it he said. among high
AM AM AM AM AM PM PM PM my change ,
"I figured nothing like that schools as a senior, but admit-
All time is given in Central Standard time. Add one hour for the
ted that "I
could ever happen to me, and I today was just as
Eastern time zone; subtract one hour for Rocky Mountain tine; two
hours for Pacific time. In localities tall as I am now, but I was skin- as'
using daylight saving time add just hope I can live up to it. I', ..
one hour to time found above. Copyright 1964 can't take it as a personal I'!ny and clumsy." :: '

Blacker the Fish Better the Day for Fishing thing, for all the fellows on the The eldest of three brothers' } s ...+ 0 aih.Wnw.7k.1+4WW0.iW. '

team made it possible." Bradds got his first taste of bas-

He bears the nickname of ketball plunking practice shotsat

Fresh Water World RecordsSPECIES "Tex." He's 21 years old, 6-8, a barrel hoop nailed to the L--1

weighs 200 pounds, and once I barn. He did all chores a farm Ti

WEIGHT WHERE CAUGHT WHEN scored 65 points in a high school I boy is called on to perform.In .

game. This year he averaged answer to the inevitable
BASS Largemouth 22.
Montgomery Lake Ga. June 2. 1932
B.\SS Smallmoulh 11.15 Dale Hollow Lake. Kv. July t. 1955 I
BASS White 5.2 Grenada Dam Miss. July t. 1960
BLUEGILL 4.12 r-etona Lake Ala. Apr. 9. 1950
BULLHEAD Black I Lake Waccabuc N.Y. Aug. 1, 1951 CROSS CREEK CAMP
CARP SS-S Clearwater Lake MiM. July 10. 1952 I
CATFISH. Blue t7 Mlnourl River, S.D. Sept. 16. 1959
CATFISH Channel 57 lntee-Cooper Res., S.C. Mar. I. 1960 Block Boss Speckled Perch Brem i
CHAR Arctic 2' Tree River, N.W.T. Sept. 3. 1962
: CRAPPIE.CRAPPIE, White Black S S'3 Santee-Cooper Enid Dam. Miss.Res.. S.C. Mar July 15.31. 1957 1957 60,000 Acres of Florida's Best Fishing Water I Get your garden under 4.98 1st gallon C
DALLY VARDEN 32 L. Pend Oreille, Idaho Oct. 27, 19A9 I
GAR GAR. Alligator Long nose 279 50.5 Trinity Rio Grande River, Texas, Texas July Dec.30.2. 1954 1951 Gas and Oil Modern Trailer Park way for color and beauty _. get 2 n d gallon f or. 1

GRAYLING. Arctic .5 Great Slave L.. N.W.T. Aug. 5. 1959 Restaurant Free Picnic Area
MUSKELLUNGE 69.15 51. Lawrence R.. N.Y. Sept. 22. 1957 ;I all through summer.
PERCH White 4-12 Mesalunskee:. .ake! I/.e. June 4. IU9 Motors Camping FacilitiesGuides
PERCH. Yellow 4.3'1J Borden'own N.J. May 1865 : And let us help! '
PICKEREL Chain 9'6 Hon'erVII'e, Gel. Feb. 17. 1161 oRTao-GRa.
; Launching Ramp
PIKE. Northern 4&.2 SIC: 'iC:I:3 Res.. U.V. Sl'pt. 15. 1940 y ft_ .. Liquid Fertilizer For Plants
SALMON. Atlantic: 77.2 Tan3 River Ncrw.y 1928 Tackle Good Cabins CARRY COMPLETE
SALMON Chinook 92 Skt-e. River, e.c. July 19. 1959 & Lawns Analysis
SALMON Landlocked 22-1 Sebago Let,. M"ire Aug. 1. 1907 Bait Good Boats LINES OF GARDEN NEEDS,
SALMON Coho or SIlver 31 Cg.it.h Bay B.C. Oct. 11. 1947SAUGER SUPPLIES. .. QRTHO
8-5 Niobrara. Nebr. Oct. 22. 1961 Ice : TOOLS &
STURGEON White 360 Snak6 River loaho Apr. 2' 1956 I FREE
TROUT. Brook 148 Nipigon River. On arlb 1916 I GARDEN
July (
TROUT Brown 39-1 LOCh Awe. Scotland 18& : Call 481-2437 Write Box 311, Hawthorne, Fla. I r f
TROUT Cutthroat 41 Pyramid: Lake. Nev. Dec. 1925 I _
TROUT Golden 11 Cook's Lake. Wyo. Aug. 5. 19Att ; Enjoy Our Famous Food Fresh From The Lake 4I
TROUT Lake 63-2 Lake Superior r
May 25. 1952 t yI
t TROUT Rainbow SlIhd. ; State Road 325 at Cross Creek -
or Kllmloops 37 L Pend Oreille. Idaho Nov 25. 1947 i MzI
I TROUT. Sun lpe. 11.1 Lab Sunapee N H. Aug. I. 1954 : Mac & Nell McCoy- Operators I,
I WALLEYE 2S Old Hickory L.. Tenn. Aug. 1,1960Fresh'Water
Records compiled by FJELD & STREAM I i
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Evansville \ 41'\ IN FULL BLOOM

i \ In bud and bloom

': Eyes Meet u PONDEROSA \ i BLEGANS t

10"-12" Liners 69C.
1 The coach of the nation's No. 1

small college basketball team THE COMPUTE WIITY STORE PINE 3 95

allowed himself a moment of I

satisfaction with the rating today j Formosa Fielders White

but he was concentrating Each Southern Salmon Queen
en the NCAA tournament.The Charm Coral Bells ea.
voted No. 1 in The Associated Fischers BLOOM
Press' final small-college poll FURNITURE! Last Pride of Mobile LOADED WITH

open tourney play at home tonight : I

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Mississippi in the NCAA Great : lEEi : SHOPr4
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Aces finished the season : '

21-3.! losing to Iowa at home and J SPECIALS $199

to Notre Dame in addition to

Arizona. Their victims included !

I Purdue, Columbia, Butler and lrlI
Evansville received five first I l :
place votes from a regional i "REPEL" EACH

panel of eight selectors. i

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22 Gainesville Sun Thursday, March !5, 1964 .

J: The 'Weather :Man' I'Democrats Get All State Cabinet PostsTALLAHASSEE


, TT (APThe'veteran Sen. Spessard Holland,t and said Holland's voting record -'Ed Mason had two Democratic Treasurer J. Edwin Larson,!are only two years for the goy

Republican party let all Florida:seeking his fourth six-j ear term.:, resembled that of a Repub primary opponents. Jim Fair of School Supt. Thomas Bailey ;ernor and Cabinet members.

; Cabinet posts go to Democratsby Odham ran twice for governor lican. Tampa, and Phillip S. Brewerof Agriculture Commissioner Doyle;They will run again in 1966 for

default in this j ear's polical! finishing second in 1952 and i. The governorship race remained -i I Miami. Conner and Secretary of State' four- 'ear terms as a result of

races, in marked contrast to the third in 1954, and supported i at six Democrats and Tom Adams all drew free rides. legislation to place state races

196a elections. Doyle Carlton Jr., who lost to three Republicans.The | Comptroller Ray Green,: The terms of office this time in off-presidential election years.
!Gov. Farris the -- --. --- -- -- --- -.------
When qualifying closed Tues- Bryant in 1960 only Cabinet officer draw- --- ADVERTISEMENT

J y'. day, the GOP had candidates'!governor race. ing an opponent was James

,only in the race for governor; Odham said he would support I Kynes, appointed a few weeks t

I and for U.S. Senator.
tY yv The other six Cabinet posts. 'he had been a supporter of the'! Richard W. Ervin, named > -

w.f F sf three seats on the State Supreme late President John F. Kennedy,.by the governor to the State Supreme .

J Court. He had one ay M ,,,,'. ........ ., .
Court and one seat on oppo ,..,,. ,Jo... .' ', .',. .. -- -- .
r i <" "
'the Florida Public Utilities Com- nent.I Rep. Earl Faircloth of] "

,,mission were bypassed by Re I Miami
r No opponents appeared for /fA
,I Ervin, B. K. Roberts or E. Harris -q 7
In 1960. they had candidatesfor 1
Drew on the State Supreme
most of the Cabinet offices,i. :
I Court.
las well as for governor and for ,1
ffi Public Utilities Commissioner
5t the II Public Utilities Commission. .
--- ------- --
![None won but Republican- tar !

I ling records were set in some of

II the campaigns.. j 1 {

F' I This year, some of the top Republican f N THZATRf. i s-: e
;kr Mile* NWrk U i a
I leaders were engaged:

il .. in the delga- I Ii i
.4'hr. a party fight over < ? ux
7:15 a h
: '
: tion that will be sent to the Republican
TN' .... .. I
.... ; ,< ::.l<..
;f r
v .f5f" nominating
presidential Grant in
; :t V't. fW. Cary
v, .,, ...: 'fJ...< ..,?'.... : .f.. __ !convention. a I
...l, -A --: ). : A slate pledged to former ;I "Charade"at

# (iiif -"'.e i. ?i't""J4 1<...4... t..;... j Vice President Richard Nixon Next "s. M t ,ate
Here Week
was filed Tuesday by National j
Huh Burton makes the wind blow, bring down the i 9:15
Committeeman Anthony Bat- Peter Hackes NBC Pentagon a
rain :and even turns on the sun in the Little Thea- ; N 4
ter's production of .10 Little Indians." He operates taglia of St. Petersburg. I t correspondent will be here i Esther Williams in
Rival slates filed by U.S. Rep. I
Monday Broadcasting Day.
one of the most complex: (>dal effects systems ever I I t
used at the Gainesville theater. Here, he's playing (William Cramer of St. Petersburg -I He"ill speak at a dinner i "RAW WIND tli
whose list was pledged to! that
rHin.m and Saturday at 8'JO: p.m. Reservations are availableby i Goldwater and State GOP available through the

calling the theater. **!() Little Indians'* i* the ,Chairman Tom Brown whose I School of Journalism and IN EDEN"I ? ; ..,
!slate was unpledged, earlier had I I Communications. il.l. wlrlronaw. e' rv
marooned with homicidal
story of 10 persons a j
maniac, on a storm-swept island. !been qualified for the May 6 bal- 7 DA'i'S'-7DAYS-:: MAY"--
------- ----- I lot. I

i However if the Republican I F

Cub: Pack Sto'y rriUIC :candidates were few in the' NOW !

statewide races some real bat-i FRANK

Honored Al Set'i'OIllOI'l"OW i tles were shaping up between I

Democratic rivals for several: Features SIN aIR a
Annual Banquet I j Story Time for children from posts. 1:00

3 to 7 will be held on Friday i* One development of the end 3:05 gym' F.

Members of Cub Scout pack afternoon from 3:15: toI o'clock I:of qualifying was the entry of; 5:13 ANITA

127 and their Boy Scout leaders at the Gainesville Public Li- Brailey Odham of Orlando into.!! 7:21 Sic .! "

were honored) at their annual ,1 brary. Merry Drew)' and Juli- the Democratic primary againstAlWWlll 'I i 9:29 EKBERG
Blue and Gold Banquet Fri-:i anne Kolbeak students of the
i College of Education of the University .
d lay night in First Methodist i NEW ; DEANi
Church. of Florida will be the I MR. GEORGE DAVEY of Goodyear and Channel' Matter join forces to present the full line of Channel
Cubs recognized I I storytellers.On i MaRliN Master consumer products. This includes all models of radios and the new 8-inch TV by Channel Master

Wolf Badge: -: Billy Doni- Saturday morning from' DftlVE.IM THEATRE I IU ._Come_ into our Goodyear Store__and let George. show and demonstrate the_Channel_ .Master line. _to-.o"-

'10:30: to 11:30: at the library t i 24M H..$.__R..d.TH,M'F.L3011 I
:Michael Williams, DavidYickerv. :
;an Randy :Martin, Mark J:there\ill be Story Hour for' Now 2 Suspense Hits! : SULAi I Lit tl'e.; 'Fol :S -" Ceogel r'ilt. ;.11

Schiebler, Stan Lynch, Burt':children from 7 to 11. Priscilla' First Run ;i' _by ll''tm'aY .

Perry. Tommy Keig, Charles I'Shearouse and Margaret Gaan \"- LAST TIMES f ANDRES510'1
members of the Sigma An- BETTE DAVIS 1 ONE THIM6 I HATES taWAN! You :{ SURE1V4HEN! TN! DOC
M a t the w s. Steven Jessup i i HAVJrV TO 6O TO SEE CANT MAKE ME : ASKC ME iO.CP I WID I
Steve Gartner. Henry Koko-i chor Club of the Gainesville "DEAD RINGER"2nd l A DENTIST I BELIEVE .. I JU6T THINK ABOUT
moor and Walter Winyall 'High[ School, will tell Russian' Hit at 8 p.m. NEVER '& THAT ffi; : '' AIL THE I folktales Joan Crawford Bctte Davis / 1t\\\ ( \ BOTHERS A>,K
Bear Badge Ed Plllett. _____ __ _____i WHATEVER HAPPENEDTO the was/'I/ i h1 r. "' .,. f
: : .
Steve Walker and Steve Gres- 0 Fw '
ham. : If our payments are getting --. _- '" Vt.a MAIN ST.

Arrow Points Buzztc-:delinquent, Classified Ads bring STARTS FRIDAY
you I INE" I
'ray.. Steven Pate Ricky Walker '
-- -- --- ----- ,
Steve Walker and Scott ... I ,) n .

I PO\\ell. :; V t '' .k., 't. : .....',,!! ''." 3 I
Six Boy Scouts who have ... ":-'-: 1. .., : : : SE c--,... ..
< <
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I worked with the cubs as den C! UL.=.S U t 5 '. .'., : ......:. : ,
chiefs during the last year also TODAY flt ;J4K"; "" Fresh Lean Ground
: \ <;
: : t:.'m;
were honored. They are Da- l-3: 55-6-50-9 35 : T JiJ" x, _._. SHORTENING' HERSHEY'SSWlfT1NNG
\id Brovles. Kl'nncthturrdL: ,' BEEF
!i < ? ,:{; : I
David Feather Johnny Fors- .. \ SUGAR
I :
: : : :

man. Burgess Richardson and,' rmmILD imfD .Ib'w 'dr.N:17.... ',. '.. Ni'''' \'u..tF..,;P ;1'.I.pp to ''-w.'!'' '.W... .nn. 'If9 Oi,..;',i ''I''' ?,1. .

Donald Morrison 4 2- cans 3 Ibs. 100 5lbs.3lb. .

: Green Will Be : FOB TEXAS

(),Treasurer f I JIiI IPDJD I 1. TECHNICOLOR r $ Fresh RIBS Pork Spar 49c

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R. A. Buzz< > Green candidate -j| / i I '.

for reelection as public defender \ / I t 4. '

for the Eighth Judicial;, ; with 4
ILiMIT: 39 On. with
Circuit, announced his cam-
) |lb.
Order or More 55.00 Order
55.00 or More, WL
paign treasury plans this tgj)7tlJ.ITtr. if !

morning. : t -=:- -
In compliance with state elec-> FROSTY MORN SMOKEDPICNICS

tion Jaws requiring publication;!
of fund airangements. Green

said he has named himself;

(campaign treasurer and his fa- PRINT 29ci

thcr. Lex deputy treasurer. :

The Community State Bankof

Starke is his'campaign de- _r. i

ASSOCIATION.FEDERAL NATIONAL a corporation.MORTGAGE y $1.00 5 Ibs. $1.00 3 Ibs. $1.00
ASSOCIATION a corporation.

\EARL*. T Plamtttf.NOLAN! and wife, .i SWIFT'S PREMIUM CHUCK
MARY I NOLAN Just what the decorator ordered! Beauty treatment -
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No 11P43 for home office at Ib.33CEND !
NOTICE OF SUIT I every room in your or ROAST
IN FLORIDA THE NAME OF THE STATE OF huge savings'! Magnificent museum qualitv reproductions -

TO:MARY EARL L.T. NOLAN NOLAN and rite, i of famous paintings. Choose land- t,

Address Unknown scapes and still-lifes t CUTPORK EAT BETTER
You are hereby notified that a suit seascapes, portraits : t
i 1" equity has been brought against: : hundreds to choose from and such reasonable 39c WIENERS 2'/2 1.00 1
you by FEDERAL NATIONAL, !I at a t 4-, CHOP.S lb. >lb.
a cor-
i !
oration.i In the Circuit Court, Eighth price :,
: Judicial Circuit, in and for Alachua SWIFT'S PEANUT 1-lb. jar RED & WHITE EVAP. tall can .
Com v r. londa. and you are hereby !
sunnHmrd. ordered and required to .r. P.J *
tile your written, answer or defenses -i : Buffer 39 Milk .8 100 I
to the Amended' Complaint filed. . Cants
therein against you in the above entit.lea C r eI .
cause in the office of the Orn of.
the Circuit Court m and tor Alacnua: !
d County. Florida. in his office In the I HEINZBABY RED b WHITE-M-os. bot. Fresh DANDEE 13-oi. loaf
Courthouse m Gainesville Florida en
er before the 27tn day of MarCh. A D. FOOD I CATSUP J BREAD
1961. and: to serve a copy of such answer

ter O'Neal.or attorneys defense Carlisle herein upon.& whose Avera Gray. address Crtand Plaintiffs ;.: ONLY EACH : : td 6 jars 59c 5 bot. $1.00 I 2 loaves 27c

Is P O Box 44. Gainesville. Florida. I :
t i or before said date as required by SWIFT'S PREMIUMCHKKEN
toe laws of Florida. If you fail to do
$o. a Decree Pro Confesso will, be entered PICTURE FRAME AT ,
against you tor the relief oemanacd SPECIAL in 88- AND DUMPLINGS Large 3lb.. 6-ot. can 89cRED
in the Amended Complaint quality oak ONLY .
You are further notified tnat tne nature
of said suit is a mortgage fore AND WHITE pUstic bot. MARCAL

closure.It end is notice. *.eftv. 'hall Ofcrt be 'published* that this once orc'er a We Are The Complete \ tt.' t BLEACH . . ,al.. 45c I NAPKINS . . P9 k. 9c I
week for four consecutive weeks" In'
the Gainesville Daily Sim a newspaper -I GENESSE JIM DANDY CABIN HOME CARLTON'S or G.... SWEET
published: HI Gainesville Alachja ART SUPPLY STOREFor
County Florida and having a general BEER GRITS MEAL GUSTAFSON'S POTATOES
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WITNESS my hand:! a' Cleric rf i Commercial Artists '. r, 6 cans 99c Sibs 29c 5 Ibs 29c V2 gal 53c 4 Ibs. 39c
the said Circuit Court cf Alachua County.
Florida and "If' seal l of tne saidi: Fine Artists and "Sunday .,
Florida, on this 15th day of February i Dabbers" OUR ADVERTISED PRICES ARE ALWAYS IN EFFECT

: Emily Waterhots Ir,
Deputy Clerk I GGORGE'S a ; ;
(Court Seal 2 Ibs. 25c
(3122) 2:27. 35. 12. 1 P .
City Plan Board will hold a Pub i
lie Hearing on March 164 at I:001\ '
P.M. in the Auditorium of the Utill-i, a
I.** Operations Center US Southeast: "Not Just The Store" urswvto
ith Avenue. Gainesville. Florida to. con- Biggest But The Best Office Supply and Equipment
tiger 104 W. University Avenue Phone FR 2-8421 10 Ib. 39c
N 1) A request by the abutting property 9AM. till 1 P U.
iwners to close: an alley running be-1
twee* lots 30. 31. 49.I and 41 in MaCi-I 50 Ib. bag 1.89 433 SOUTH MAIN STUttT
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I TINY I LABORATORY training and experience technician.in analytical Some i!j I WANT-AD RATES I E DAN BYRDASSOCIATES I I DOLLAR DIZZY?

I' CLASSIFIEDDial PLAY chemistry & bacteriology i 5 This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home Is
preferred. Call 376-6401 for appt. neat and clean. Nice patio and
I'f Visit us and ; PH. 3728441for carport on large corner lot. Located
24 SE 8th St. WANTED cook full or part time. g In N.W. Area. $500 down
Apply Texan Barbeque, 481-2655 Inc. and $35 month. Call anytime.

PLANNED pre-school Hawthorne. = IT'S VACANT Phone FR 22511to ERNEST TEW

f You & JILL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN, minImum E Classified OnlyDEADLINES se* this 3 bedroom 2 bath homeon REALTYMULTIPLE
Music 3 years college. Accountant large corner lot in beautiful
film-strips. 7: male full charge $100 to $125 residential area close to schools LISTING
1331 S.W. 13th per week. Apply' 10-12 a.m. 2-4 and shopping. This home has ASSOCIATESLes
p.m. PERSONNEL CENTER. large Florida room, extra large Jackson Ra:ph Glaeser,
f I WILL care for 102 N.W. 2nd Ave. kitchen with built-in rang and Steve Kesterson
376-4672 ing mothers I os Tues. thru Fri. papers-S pm. Day before publication en oven. 2 car carport and many 2910 NW 13th St. 374-4441
SE 43rd Terr. 3 For ads to co In Sun. paper -12:00 a.m. Sat. other desirable features. Priced
For ads to so In Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sat. at $22,000 with good financing
16-Work Wanted Female i
available. FORDYCEONCE
i' I (Minimum ad 4 lines)

IT'S FULL of charm and ready for
WANTED lob as a practical nurse FAMILY RATES the fun loving family to en- i INa
I and companion. Have own car. I i |laY and appreciate. This modem !I lifetime comes along a truly

Can : 11 FEMALE : Call 376-1569. 1 Insertion ............................................... :34c line home has many features not lovely home. Beautifully land-
is 3 insertions .............................................. 22c lineen usually found In our vicinity. The scaped grounds; a real town
ENVELOPE addressing and pro- I i Insertions .............................................. 17c line enclosed pool and out door grill Estate 3 bedrooms. panelled
BEAUTY fessional typing to your specifi 512 i Insertions ............................................... 14c line is art xcepftona Priced at 35900. study long living room huge
Announcements Earn up to $ cation. Reasonable .rates. fast i Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat earnI 05 with excellent financing. Let's formal dining room and Florida
ii strating service. Write Box 362 A, Gainesville i ed x number of Insertions. take a look today. room. All this complete with two
Cosmetics. Sun.BABYSITTING | I car garage and many extras.
Phone 376-4336 IT'S-WAITING for the family that $42,500.
3 LOST & FOUND I cooking or cleaning 6 05 needs a neat and clean 3 bed-
SALESLADY 5 afternoons. Can furnishown i 5 Five letter words per line E room home in beautiful Idylwild NEW LISTING
Newest most transportation. Phone located between University and This beautifully landscaped and

LOST: SW. section. 4 month old store In 8103. I I new Country Cub.! This home spacious 4 bedroom, 2 bam home
German Shepherd. Black and tan. opening for 76-1 Same as 2 lines has large lot with fenced in located on a paved street In J.
Reward. Phone FR 2-3522 or corator with 18 Schools & Instruction ii 8 Pt. ordinary type E back yard outside storage and J. Finley School area has a
6-8366. Opportunity workshop. Priced at $14,000. lovely living room with fireplace
Buy your 12Pt.18Pt.. Same as 3 lines and Florida room.
to work and ordinary type DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES. INC.
1 1st Lesson FreeHarvey's
4 Personalized Services
get ahead. 5 Jack DeYot Broker A COUNTRY ESTATE
Same as 4 lines
portant as
Real Estate I 1 ASSOCIATESWaiter Is yours In this attractive two
qualifications. ordinary type
== Stoddard, E. E. Holloway
LEARN TO DRIVEl! Special at. 376-4438 for a LICENSE COURSE story home with fireplace in the
HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE E Christina Stone living room and
tentlon to nervous or elderly. delightful
Easy Way Driving School. FR LADY with 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-3507 I I FR 22511 .825 N.W. 13th Street formal dining room. Located on I
27002. Lie. by State of Fla. experience, 372-3727. 2 4 DiSame: as S lines I Member Multiple Listing large five acre lot in South.
20 to 45. west Gainesville. 25000.
IL. ordinary type
INCOME TAX and BOOKKEEPING office at & 11X300
SERVICES. 4004 S.W. 20th I Wanted ImmediatelyTo 05 FREDARNOLD I
Train For
Street. Phone 376-3733.:
S to 8. CIVIL SERVICE The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for
more than one new Is this
210 E. Univ Good pay, Offering more security, vacation incorrect Insertion, nor will It be liable for any error In adver. 05 bedroom home In delightful a close N.E.two
6 SPECIAL NOTICESTRY WANTED E tlsement to a greater extent than tha cost of the space occo- 05 location.
Centrally heated
: and sick leave ,. and
Hire pay = pied by the Item in the advertisement. No adlustment will 31 planned for
over For free information and economical living.
children == be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of 05 This home
DIADAX TABLET* ormeriy two local interview write :05 the advertisement.The genteel can be hand-
Dex-A-Diet). New name same References American Service I en REALTORImmediate led with a small down payment
formula. only 98c. Canova's DrugStore after 4 pm. Box 348-M Gainesville Sun. and monthly payments of only
37 N. Main St. I I Gainesville Sun S7300 Including tax and Interest.
LOOK $5.95 reserves the privilege of revising or re-
DUE to divorce I have a like plus $3.00 22 Special Services 05 lecting any advertisement which It deems obfectlonal) and to 5

new 1964 model Zig Zag, Automatic Choice of change the classification of any advertisement from that ordered i Occupancy
sewing machine that WATCH LIKE NEW" Thar-a what you'll to conform to the policy of the paper. FORDYCEASSOCIATES
does everything. We would like St. Mr. OtIs, say about clothes cleaned at I I Woodburning fireplace separate
family ,
some one to take up paymentsof AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2 = room cheerful kitchen

$6.00 per mo. Ph. 3722051. hr. service, free pickup and ""fIIIII1III1IIIIIIIImrmmmlllllllll1"'IIIII1I1I"mmnlln'I"II"' ................'.... .........................-..........'....._......".....'..,...............III'.N..IIIW.' mmmnnmmi........'=..'. with feet dishwasher In this 3 .bedroom Over 1,900 2 square bath I
delivery AIR-WAY costs less; ,
WE invite sealed bids on two story 202 S.E. 14th St. FR 5-5165. residence. Available with most
frame apartment house which 35 Houses for Salt 35 Houses for Sol* attractive terms and $700 downto INC.MLS

Sell! must be removed from propertywith On W. CEMENT finishing block work. qualified FHA buyer. .
60 days from date of sale. from Re-modeling repairs. Phone Realtors
Bids to be opened 6:00 P.M.. Waitress for 3725646 anytime. $250 DOWN Exquisite Mrs. Grace Fordyce, Broker
March 15. at our office. Inspec- shift. Apply In GLADYSSMITH 2 BR frame house located on Mrs. Mary Moeller, Broker
tion Invited. Address Inquiries: calls please. 27 Feed & Fertilizer NW 12th Terr. $55 per month. The setting and the detail mark Mr. E. W. Moeller Associate
First Methodist Church, Willis- this the Mr.
property as superior Harvey Benton Associate
Roomy 3 bedroom 2 bath home
ton. WANTED DAIRY FERTILIZER sa.OO per contemporary residence being offered 926 West
with Fire NEW 3 BR I BATH HOMES University Ave
panelled living room.
Must have yard. $1.25 per bag. Phone 376-
in the Gainesville Market
4 place. Lovely garden. $500 down, $65 month, located __
LOST: S. W. section. month old typing skill. 5555 on today. There are 3 bedrooms 3
German Shepherd. Black and tan. SE 4jth Terr.
qualifications. near New
oversized with
Reward. Phone FR 23522 or see W. N. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES 1 acre and 4 bedroom home. All ramic view of rooms sparkling pano-ref. nans lake, 2 bedroom quiet
cypress panelling. Two fireplaces. Call FR 2-2372 or FR 25933.:
6-8366. N.E. 1st St. Close to schools. lecting pool. Of course every. neighborhood $7,500 with terms.
PUREBRED Dalmatian puppies- thing Is centrally heated or air

$100 EXTRA S a born 13 February 1964. For information IV'j acres and 3 bedroom home. WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD conditioned as you wish. Shownby RANCHETTES, 5 acre homesltes In

or FOURTH ANNUALST. new SoRare contact James Wing Carpeting, fireplace, deluxe kit. Walking distance to schools. 3 appointment only. attractive NW location terms.DOWNTOWN on. paved hiway.
We show you FR 28621. chen. Northwest. BR. 2 baths home In Skyline

to Box 366-A 2 PUREBRED male for Heights. Study, hardwood floors, Walk To School
poodles BUSINESS LOT. Ideal
AUGUSTINEART 3 acres and two bedroom house. built-In range & oven. Cent.
.. Sun for
sale. 3 months old. Priced
I I rea Five miles from Gainesville. More heat. Shaded back yard. Call372597.c. Economy and comfort. Only $400 location for office building. 132
sonably. Call 495-2398 from 6-9 acreage If desired. down payment moves your famIly feet by 120. Price $37,500.J. .
write Marchant
p.m. or Mrs. Into this 3 bedroom 2 bath
Box 126. Archer, Fla.
Sperry has 4 bedroom home In P.I(. Yonge 3 BEDROOM 2 bath. CCB, central concrete block home. Paved PIERCE SMITH
available for AMERICAN SHEPHERD PUP. area. Pretty lot. Separate din heat, shaded lot, built In street, nice yard for children ,
I : ANTIQUESHOW graphers with PIES. Registered In buyer's ing room. Fireplace in living kitchen appliances, 2-utlllty and pets, full price 13250. Realtor
tarial skills. name. Male or female $30. Ger. room. rooms, paved street and sewer.
determined by aid Feaster, Ph. 464-34)4. Quiet neighborhood. Curved New 535 NE. 1st St. 376-244
..\\ \ IncreaSe 4 bedroom, 1 tory C\uxe home ttttf. 'I11' \0'H.. nc Listing Associates
I Rent schedule BLACK Labrador pedigree retrieve close fa University. Florida col- tion. Small down payment. ImmedIate I m Acre Site (n 'Rolling Wooded Mabel Core Arle Smlttl
yews. ':: er. Female i months pd. Cal cna) to design. octlP'nc3712 H. W. I Hort west. Handsome Aristocrat I IF plan to build and would
21 Marine Street 5 day work, FR 66094. 20th Place. West Villa. For appoIntment I ct homes otters cork "oorre- I like you a custom built home by experienced
working Reslllt&I Extra large, 2 bedroom 2 bath to tee and further places kitchen with bul'f-(n refrigerator builders that have

March 6, 7. 8, 1964 Submit 33 LOTS FOR SALE home. Sturdy, well built. Heat- Clayton details, call Arnow.James Duncan Qulncey.& freezer, range, oven. I the time to discuss plans with
telephone Ing and air-condltlonlng. Johnston. 3724591.BEST and dishwasher. There are 3 you call 3722527 ask for Gene
12:00-9:30 P.M. appointment bedrooms and 2 baths. Priced Paramore. We have available
CORNER lot on 9th Terrace and Modern In design. 3 bedrooms 2 OFFER, no down reasonably at 126.000. our 80 plans fo choose from.
32nd Ave. 62 x 125' Septic tank, baths, large deep lot. Low utilities payment Complete financing can be explained
$80 $11,800. Nice 3
Door donation 75c water, lights. Phone FR 22478. for the best In heat and air. monthly. to you right in your own
SPERRY Bedroom, I bath. Screened home For
conditioning. Close to University. appointment call.
Snack Bar 2 BEAUTIFUL corner lots in north porch. TV antenna, Air condI- ARNOLDRealty THE JAMES CO.
EQUAL section. close to G_H.S. and bus tioner. NE Close to School and
stop. Inquire at 1134 N.W. 22nd GLADYS SMITH, Shopping Center. FR 6-1552. Company Of Gainesville Inc.
: Builders of Kingsberry HomesPh.
-- ----- Ave. I RealtorMultiple Multiple Listing Member121w 3722527 nltes 3727401.
HAZEL HEIGHTSSee W. Univ. Ave. 3723522: I
34 Waterfront PropertySWAN Listing Associates: Pete Sleg : NORTHWEST 3 BR., 2 bath, separate >
SERVICES Associates our 4-bedroom and 3-bed- Jane Caldwell Wayne Mason dining Rm. Lg. living room,
Florence Burns Ben Griffin room, 2-batn CCB homes with Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge playroom' double garage on
LAKE lots & houses on big Dan Sheldon Caroline Noyes built-in electric stove and oven. Charlie Mayo Bob Kalkman wooded lot. Split-level. For sail
lake also lots canal. Central heat, city utilities.
some on 1228 W. University Phone 3725393 by owner. Will trade for smaller
Call GR 55811.WINFRED Wired for television and tele home. 2227 N.W. 9th PI. (Off
phone. Large yards completely IF you want a spacious home In 22nd st.)
H. CRAWFORD 4BR, Fla. Rm, fireplace, partial grassed. Hazel Heights Is In excellent condition and enloy
i Home And Reg Broker, specallzing In The city limits. Equipped with small town contentment, phone HOUSES FOR SALE :3-BR 2-
A-C walk to schools, $19,500 FHA,
: LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. sewer lines, close to bus stop for appointment to see this 3 Bath, central heat with fire
down. 3544 NW 7th Ave.,
I AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose, low down payment, conventional bedroom home on larae beautiful place. NW 47th Terrace. Price
owner FR 69048.
GR 52981. loans. Located on North lot In Mlcanooy $12200. $15,900CHEAPER.
west 39th Ave, West of 13th
Repairs I IDEAL FOR CAMPSITES St. Shown by appointment, 1-bath, SE 46th Terr. 9500.
2-2511 825 N.W. 13th St.
430 acres with lake -
frontage. phone FR 23826. Payments $65 per mo.
BULLDOZERS & brayline Backhoe FREE Hunting fishing. near town. PARRISHPRESENTS 2.BR bath, SE 46th Terr. $4,500.
wheel tractors. motor pairs and Ocala Forest. Sacrifice at $25000 3 LG. BR. 2 bath panelled LR, NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR., 2 $45 per mo.
bath, Central heat, central air
grader. Free estimates. W. G. 10x12' per acre easy terms or ten fireplace attached garage. HW I And also some trade-In Houses.
condo Northwest. $19,000. Call
(Buck) Johnson. FR 6-6219.. plete 14x20 percent discount for all cash. I floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. 376-2927. Call FR 67466.
King Write Box 361-M, c-o Gainesville NW near Stephen Foster. 114,500, --

Carpentry F R3484.. : Sun.LAKE $450 d.p. FR 24151. 3 AND 4 Bedroom Tiomes. On
Acre lots. Go out NW 16th Avenue McKinneyGreen
Custom built cabinets and mold- ; MASON MANOR Just listed very bath home. Refrlg., el. range turn right. go approximately I
30 minutes from Gainesville. neat 4 bedrooms. 2 bath home.
ings and & air. cond. Orig. cost 13100. mile. see sign on left.
painting. spray Palatka Road. Clear sand bottom Large living room. Central heat Now, total cost only $11,911. $575 T. D. ZETROUER. BUILDER
NEED A NEW lake. Good beach and air conditioning. Beautifullot I
1533 E. University Avenue front, cash. Will rent. 1432 NE 14th FR 63848.
Phone 3728313Cosmetics port patio, moss covered trees. with lovely fenced In back Terrace. 3723038. -
etc.? Call I yard. A perfect house for a 113 N. W. 25th Street Near Cam
for the Call WALTER STUBBS INC. growing family. Convenient to NE 20th Place 1311, 3 BR, Fla. pus. 3 BR., den, oak floors. DeatonREALTORS
372-8049 after 376-5394 Elementary and Junior High Rm., patio carport, $77.14 mo., garage. Central heat fenced,
estimates. Schools. VA loan $800 down. By owner. on paved street. $13,900. Phone
An HOUR OF BEAUTY will makea Come by any time FR 22341. owner at 3727169.
"rew you" at MERLE NOR. THINKING OF Real Estate For Sale SUMMER IS AROUND THE Littlewood
MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. us for an 3 BEDROOM block house for sale.
: Appraisal Service Learn professional make-up siding. End CORNER and we have the perfect BY OWNER, Hibiscus Park, Fin- 2 Baths. Would like $500 equItyand Here Is the house that will suit
Florida house to make ley School Area, 3 Bedroom fin- your needs. It has the location
secrets by trained beauty ex forever. 35 Houses for Sale take up payments. Call FR
summer and winter a delight. ished upstairs. Fireplace right by the school. It has
perts. 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR EM 6-4930.
Three bedrooms. 2 baths. living FR 2-0992. 3 B_R. 2 baths Fla. rm.-Kitchen

FRED B. ARNOLD 2-3126. A HOME for Florida. Lg. open room with fireplace and wall to CAROL ESTATES 3 BR, Itt combination Central heat -
REALTOR wall carpet Family room, only $14,500 Cat be FHA
living area with walnut paneling bath/brick home, double carport
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL FIRE EXTINGUISHERS built-in planters 24 ". screened porch, central heat and J. W.Kirkpatrick. Ig. utility rm. Located 2201 financed One yr. Owners
SERVICE ... sliding glass doors opening onto air conditioning, plus lovely fenCe NE Uth" Terr. To see call 376- have left town and must sell.
219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH 372-3522 EXTINGUI_.. ... enclosed covered patio. 3 BR, ed In back yard with swimming 1472 for appt. You should Investigate before you
Sales and ServiceAll &ERVICE 2 baths, central airconditioning pool and shuffleboard court. buy. Call FR 23617.

Appliance Repairs types of Fire ExtinguishersPick and heating. eat.ln kitchen NO qualifying. By owner, 4 bedroom -
with built-in stove dishwasherand WESTWOOD AREA Centrally !I
and delivery service 2 bath, FHA AnglewoodBeautiful
up Ph. 376-8989 : dsposal.; Close to schools. heated and air conditioned almost HANDSOME traditional home with Small down payment. 3009 N_E.
C. R. Thomas
22000. 922 NW 36th Terrace. four bedrooms three baths, banquet .
Parker Appli. Serv. Gainesville Fla. : new 3 bedroom. 2 bath 12th St. FR 2-6590. 3 B R. 2 Bath\ home
Week days after 5. FR 6-4945. home on nicely landscaped lot sized dining room, and surrounded by spacious. park
Expert Major Appliance Servo I! Upholstery of over an acre. Immediate pos all the other space and like grounds equipped with underground
ice. Prompt. Efflciant I & Heating I COMFORTABLE. 3-bedroom concrete session. design that make It one of the sprinkler system This
block home wth central
beautiful residences In INVEST
: Courteous 3726721.Auto most house has many attractive ex
heat deluxe GE built In kitchen,
HART BALL" Heating. (Hot Air. UPHOLSTER large beautifullot FINLEY AREA 4 bedroom, Gainesville. Custom detailingand tras and must be seen to be
Hot water) Air conditioning and I reasonable I special quality throughout
Equipment Experienced In excellent neighborhood.Only 2''' masonry home on nke TAX appreciated. Let us show It to
Refrigeration. Ph. 3721685. 15 will appeal to the discriminating
$650 down and low monthly quiet. deadend street. Two air you. Call FR 23417.
/. Yf'II' EXrIf'rif'nce. I payments of $8910 covers conditioning units. Very modern' buyer who is
Sewing- everything Located at 2411 NE kitchen. willing to pay the higher
,. 1YDRAULIC JACKS Repair rebuilt kits for a. Home Servicc-s..,I 10th Terrace. Call 3727070 for price. REFUND Florida ParkThis
exchanged; OWNER LEAVING TOWN so this Is most attractive 4B
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized SEAMSTRESS ; appointment fa see. LITTLEW003" AREA Modern a
Walker Hydraulic Jack WOOD HOVE IMPROVEMENT kinds t D 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry lovely ranch type bungalow Is i .R. 3 Bath home appointed with
4 BR, 2 bath CCB home FHA on the market. Panell.
Licensed & Bonded Builders i.sw excellent features well
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE C. Asbell. : home In tip top condition. Priced Thats right! Your best Investment Large
Florida off the din-
down ed room
financing payment $450.
Florida Rooms Carports I l.R.
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. race 3720655Sewing under 15000. Owner has already landscaped lot. with paneled
Gutters $91.27 monthly includes all taxes ing area Is perfect for en
Main' FR '-'''7i Patios Roofing moved out. you can move wood burning fireplace plus
_. Heating Air Conditioning I & Insurance. No closing costs. In tomorrow. tertaining. One of the for your tax refund :I an entertainment room, more
Financing adjusted to customer's For appt. to see 372-0481. I bedrooms Is hugel Idyl- than 2,200 ag. ft. of extraordinary
: Auto Glass requirements.Dial wild 1 II the location Is the down paymenton
3 BEDROOM home. air conditioned NEW WESTSIOE residential subdivision and It is priced to living space and all correctly
wall to wall soon opening. Acre lots, sell at 17500. created for gracious living. You'll
Fred Wood carpeting
business. Bobby Wood CALL
GLASS only -
AUTO is our
I streets outside city limits. a new Hugh be proud to be the owner of this
Immediate installation; 376-4707! 376-1100 VICE CO. i throughout the home. Draperies. paved LAKE ROSA reduced $2,000 to
free pickup a\ delivery. Add I Ave. ( I Situated on large wooded lot. I May we tell you mora about this $19.000. This three bedroom, home In the exclusive northwest
beauty 8. value to your car. M>k < W,, Sale price $14,850. $1.000 down restricted area. one bath, year round home is home. Let your refund be section. Shown by appointmentonly
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. Mortgage call 376-1168. Weekdays after t located on a paved road with
3J3 N W. 6th St. FR 6-255. p.m. Anytime on weekends.BY RANCHETTE homesltes. too. Approximately frontage on Lake Rosa. Amenities the down payment and Inc.:
at lowest ,
FHA and conventional 10 acres each. Located include large screened
current rates. Terms to 25 OWNER 3 bedroom 2 bath on Newberry Road. Just porch awning windows. ASSOCIATES
Building & Repair Serv. years. Will gledly discuss at no WINDOAS home in Fine S W. residentialarea. $50000 down, 5 years on balance. remodeled "modern" make monthly paymentslike J. Fred Guy Virginia A. Power
obligatIon. Call tororrow. and waxed. Near Schools and shopping. cabinets In kitchen, c1&- CoL J. W. Davis Jayne Butterwortft
DONS J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor yrs. ex FHA financing available Call washer fireplace and rent. Monthly payments I H. J. Wiltshire
IUILDING S. REPAIR SERVICE 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 294 Phone FR FR 22727. or drive by 124 S.W. M..M.PARRISH oak parque floors. Multiple Listing

.... "A repaired house makes a FRED B. ARNOLD 40th House has 1,545 square include toxes and JUST $97 A MONTH Incl Til.
happy home" Call Donald P. REALTOR St.NEW feet plus 4 car gar. Gets this 3 BR It* bath. homeon
Petrucct. 2832 N.E. 11th Drive. FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS HOMESPriced age. Priced to selL insurance and ore as low big N.W. lot on dead-end

: FR 6-8807. J. W. KirkpatrickRealtor street. 116.000 gets big kitchen
1219_ W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 from $12,700 to $11.000 os $82 mo. with pantry, hardwood floors
ADDITIONS I i MORTGAGE MONEY Terms to Sun pay only $100 closing MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. 31 N. Main Street Phone 372-1404 peting, gas logs est. shrubs and
a Satisfaction guaranteed I 5\1 per cent Interest. Best terms FHA Wayne Hill Helen S. Graham Member Multiple Listing FORESTBy lawn. Fenced yard. and other
I 25 years. Free lifetime Swim Club ASSOCIATES PINE
E. R. Schultze 372-2051
: BUY BUILD REFINANCECall Carolyn T. Gar enhlre features. 719 NW. 19th Lane.
Floy J. Mathlasen Irene tunnel!
I Mary B. Parrish Capt. A. W. Recce USN. Ret. Hugh Edwards, Inc. BY OWNER leaving town tf'Illk.
HUGH EDWARDS 19 NE First St. Tel. 3725375DONT
Bulldozing Dan Byrd Get .
we Must sell to best offer.
: I I 825 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 22511 For appt. call 372-6377 MISS THIS NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 NE 16th Ave. and 15th St. 3 Bedroom 2 bath, CCB house.
P.M. INC.N.E. 4 Bedroom 3 baths, large living. and 4 bedroom. 2 bath, CCB
10-12 2-4:00 Total
:00 AM. $8040 monthly payments.
GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA I d:nlng and Florida rooms, on home. City water, lights and
SMALL bulldozer loader, dump and conventional loans. Low Monday through Friday 16th Ave. & 15rh Street IV* acre comer lot. 1259 NW 60th I sewers. Shown by appointment. 372-1551 i iHoeoovs price $1X350 3854 N.W. 16til"
truck fill dirt lime rock. Top I I rates. Terms to 25 years. 1223 PERSONNEL CENTER 3721551GEE St. FR 22413. Phone FR 23824. PL Phone J76C213.NONSENSE.
107 NW 2nd Avenue
lOlL PhOf'Fit *7f44.o W. Univ. Ave. 3725393.
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35 Houses for Sale lnwnfflmwnIflmuullnI= 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 64 Household Goods I I 66 Misc. For Sale

35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses For Sole IN XII

I CLASSIFICATION ... ELECTROLUX floor polisher like
NW OVER MOO Ft. plus carport and new. sold over $100. now $69.
FOR SALE BY OWNER porch. 3 BR. and study. 1. 3 BR, 2 bath home completely DISPLAY GE vacuum automatic cord
BR. 2 bath. CCB
YOUNGAMERICA Section. 3 bath attic fan built In drawers. MERCHANDISE I redecorated. Available rewlnder. Sold
central heat. built-in appliances. vanity and storage galore! 80- ANNOUNCEMENTS Mar. 15. 3 COMPLETE new $69.95 now
$150 per month. Call $39.95. 25 assorted vacuums
dbl. carport. E 1 la Memoriam
utility room
Large X140. Convenient to Metcalf
.1 Wanted to Bgv FORDYCE & ASSOCIATESINC. $15 up. The Kirby Co. 712 N.
paved street on sewer. Small Bishop Parochial Schools. 580 E Z: Card ( ROOMSFurniture
down payment. FR 6-4774 after 6 Mo V.A. 434 percent. FR 6-2775. E 3 Lost Found Si Machinery Tee-la 37 Main FR 6-7110.
I Serried 63 Buildinr Materials 37 & appliance consisting Things
4 Personalised
,uw. Univ. Ave. Phone 376-1236.
pjn.MUST 02 5 Travel Information U Household G.... __ __ of 2-pc, foam rubber nylon 70 Boats.Marine Equip.
HOMESPRESENTS WOULD YOU LIKETo = S Special Netleel a Antiqnes 37 I 3 BEDROOM furnished suburban covered sofa & matching chair.
SELL $450 down. $1X500. 3 7 Florist 66 Misc. For Sale 37 2 step tables 8< matching cock-
live lust outside City? Then home. Plenty of room close to
panelled living rm. C7 Trading Post tail table with finish. 2 IS FT.
3 BR. Ig. take a look at this Charming 3 = S Baby Sitters. Child Car 55 school. Available April 1st. $120 plastic open-cock pit offshore
& dining area. /Ig. kitchen nice T. Go And 68 Articles Wanted 37 tall decorator lamps with eye fiberglass boat. complete controls -
m I Places
NEW BRICK BR. 2 Bath Home at 4147 NW per month. Call FR 2-4957 t_ J.
lot. 1425 NE 7th Terr. FR 2-3114. T. SeeAUTOMOTIVE a hel Oil Woods E saver shades. Beautiful gold mist lights. 10 & 5 gal. tanks.
nines 2505
36th St. Large shaded lot 100x264. | I Moratto N.W. 6th St.
MODELS Fenced back yard with fallout = 70 BoaOs Marine Eqmtp. 5 bedroom suite. double dresser 40 h.p. Johnson. tilt trailer, skies
1 71 Camp -Hunt FUh7S 37 with large titling mirror master ropes belt life preservers &
MERRILLExcellent shelter. Gorgeous built-in kit. Den Office Eqmipmert 1 BEDROOM furnished house. 3242 size chest large double bed. ;= I ladder. $1100. Phone
OPEN 10 a.m. Til I Dark 37 =::;; 377-5738.
or 4th BR. Priced at only $19,- 1 76 Airplane Sales-BentaU dinette .; : _
73 MusIcal Merchandise: N.W. 11th St. Corner 33rd Ave. Complete 5 PC. chrome ) ;;
750. See this one. S 77 MobBe Homes for Sal :;
FEATURES set. 1964 Admiral refrigeratorwith
17 FT.
: E House open. Call :374-4230. Span American with (5 p
new listing for those = 78 Tracks for Sale full width freezer & crisper. Mercury. Tilt trailer. Motor ,n
I Fireplaces in income SELF A BREAKBy = '79 Tracks Wanted shelves In door and dairy
Interested property. GIVE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE excellent condition. Boat has
Screened porches
E 80 Tractors & Track Rental 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
Three bedroom. one bath house bar deluxe range with thermostat Bimini top. cruise tanks. Ride
Custom kitchen cabinets Inspecting this k.-.dy 3 BR. *3 Trailer Rentals
n controlled roll out
with attached two bedroom one
33 Lot for Sale guide steering amp. and water
Oversized bathrooms
2 bath Ocala block home before n 83 Motorcycle Scooters : broiler. This furniture has beenon l
Plus many other custom bath apartment. Both furnished.Call 34 Waterfront Property E HOUSE for rent unfurnished. 3 BR. pressure gauge. Marine horns.
features us for Information on this you buy. Built-in kit. applianceswith E 84 Automobile Repairs 35 Bouses For Sato 1 bath. 2414 E. Univ. Call 376- display only. Everything new railing and compass. WILL
fine property. dishwasher. Breakfast nook. S JS Automobiles for Sal 31 Cettatei For Sale 37 5709 after 5:30 P.M. & guaranteed. Regular price DEAL. FR 62085.
VA & FHATERMS Large screened porch. Cent. heat. i 8< Swap CarsEDUCATI'JNAL 37 g $998. now only
See at 3525 NW 7th Place. Downto Real Estate Exchanged 5
$300 DOWN 3 bedroom mason- earth $19,100. 38 Real Estate Wanted 5 FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bath built-in 17 FIBERGLASS Cobia cruiser.
ry home with oak floors carport price I 39 Oat .( Town Property kitchen. corner lot 2 blks. from $499No 55 HP Homelite motor. Murray

utility room and fenced = 18 School *. IntraetloBi 40 Business Properties Metcalfe School & |Ir. high. 1943 trailer, completely equipped. I
back yard-$18 closing cost. $300 DOWN 19 MusIc Dacclng. 41 Residential Income 5 NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. money down. payments $4 months old. $1995 FR 23742.
wk Immediate credit & deliveryor
Walking distance to elementary E Dramatic 4? Farms a Acreage 5 Call 3725738.REDECORATED.
& Jr. High Schools, Shopping & DUPlEX.2 bedrooms In each $66 Mo. | 20 Wanted-Instruction 43 Colored Property 37 will hold in storage at no 72 Office Equipment

Churches. apartment-kitchen equipment Included 2 Bedroom. Stove
37 1 charge.NATIONAL
Attractive 3 BR. 1 bath. Exe.
near University. ONLY I EMPLOYMENT RENTALS and refrigerator. 303 S.E. 8th St.
YOUNG $14,800. OWNER WILL FINANCEI condition. Good neighborhood.Paved = 17 Work Wanted Male Phone 3764617 Weekends. after ARTISTS and draftsmen. Complete
St. Carport & utility. You
John Merrill Fenced yard. A real buy at = 16 Work Wanted Female 44 Cottages For Bent 5 p.m. weekdays.UNFURNISHED 3622 Beach Blvd. FL 9-2561 selection of quality artist and

AMERICA $10,000. See at 316 N.E. 44th St. i 14 Sale Help Wanted 45 Furnished Apt. 5 3 BR house. Open Daily '-9. Sat. 9-6 Sun. 12-4 artistic supplies at Chestnut's
5 13 Help-Male or Femalei II Unfurnished Apt*. Jacksonville Fla. Office Equipment Co. 106 W.
fenced back 2119 NW 7th
Realtor It Male Help Wanted 47 yard. University Ave., in downtown
UNIVERSITYREALTY Bosses for Rent Fara.n 37
Terr. $?$ per month. Phone 372-
11 Female Help Wanted Homes I Gainesville Fla.
49 Rooms for Rent and Guaranteed
Phone 372-1494
34th & 7th Avenue I II ASSOCIATEDMARCELLA I FARMS & LIVESTOCK 50 Hotel Rooms == MODERN 3 BR. IV bath home. 42 Refrigerators from $39 up
PARDIW. = 28 F&rm Equipment 51 Misc. Rentals 5 Refrig.. el. range & air cond. 9 Ranges from $39 up 73 Musical Merchandise

Phone 372-7070 H. BUCKHANNAN 1115 N. Main St. Ph 3724351W. E 27 Feed ft Fertilizer SLA Wanted T* Rent 5 No pets Indoors. Married coupleor 17 Washers from $l' upS
I M. Munroe Realtor E 28 Livestock ft SuppUei 53 Boarder Wanted 37 small family. $125 mOo 1432 Dryers from $49 up
ASSO. S. E. McLaughlin g 29 Landscaping Top Soil 53 Office Desk Space 37 NE 14th Terr. 372-3038. 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up OLD Accordion. 120 bass. 5 weeks.
Frank Roby Roy McCann = SO Pets *. Supplies 54 Business Rental 2 Dishwashers from $49 up 7 switches cost $500 still has
ATTENTIONWHEN T. C. Douglas Jr. | 31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL I 2 BR unfurnished home. Refrig., 10 TV Sets from $35 up guarantee $150 or best cash of.
SERVICE stove & dinette furnished. Ig. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. far immediately. Write Box 357M .
BY THE OWNER In Idylewilde. 2SR. I ; fenced back yard. Close In to 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 C-o Gainesville Sun.

CCB house tile bath famIly E 56 Business Opportunities 3$ Special Service 37 town. Call after 6 P.M. 372-8190. FOR sale Clarinet, used lyr.

room. Call 372-8001 after E 57 Money to Lean S3 Home Improvement I 2 BEDROOM; stove and blinds good condition. No reasonableoffer

5:30 P.M. g 58 MortjijesI 24 Kadi ft TV Service 37 furnished. $85 per month. 3425 65 Antiques refused. Call FR 6-0382 after

59 Money Wanted :5 Appliance ft Furniture 37IilhlllRhhlllluhhllflhlTuhtlIhulllllUltflhltIWlI10lltlllII N.W. 4th St. Call FR 6-9879 after I 4 P.M.
TWO or three bedroom suburban I 5 p.m.

home on large lot. Near School. .515"m'lllllllllllltmnmllntmnllJllntmlllitllnmnnlllllnJun...... ; l!!! !! : !t8im ANTIQUE organ for sale. Call USED SPINET PIANO
'5 $200 down $75 month. FR 69237.I 2 BR 2 story frame house. front 372-6310.

I 35 Houses for Sole 42 Farms & Acreage & back porches. 719 SC 2nd BALDWIN SPINET. WALNUT
I $100 DOWN Ave. $55 per month. Phone FR FINISH. SLIGHTLY USED.
3 Bedroom concrete block home
on paved street. We own this 64755. 66 Misc. For Sale $465.

a I house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. and -SELLING FLORIDA SINCE 1906" 3 BEDROOM unfurnished house. GRIDLEY MUSIC CO.

want to discuss payments. Ap. TALK LOS TRANCOS WOODS Nice. 5 acres ground under No FR 25353.SPINET .
prox. $75. Closing costs if you fence. $85 a month. FR 62641or DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY Longer _
have good credit. See us for this Wooded homesites west of 62930. Ask for Mr. Haines. Chairs low as $8. No money PIANO

and other homes with best Gainesville. Drive west on NW down, low as $5 per month. FAMOUS make concert quality.
terms. Ph. FR 62472. WarnerW. LOCATION 39th Ave., turn right on SR No. SMALL frame house unfurnished. Free estimates. pickup and delivery Local party with good credit

Weseman Realtor 1113 N. You won't find a better location i 241 and watch for the sign on the 2 Bedrooms. for rent $35 per service. All work guaran can save over $200.00 and finance
Main St. than this pre-owned rambler. right. or call for map and plat month. Phone FR 67007. teed. Phone 3767784.PRICES entire remaining balance.

FOR SALE an older home Your children can play in the to be mailed at no obligation. To Inspect without obligation,
Hawthorne School. $5000. near In large, established yard or near Inspect these 2.4 acre tracts to 49 Rooms for Rent write Home Office. Joplin Piano

Grove Park. a home 2 acres by at the Metcalfe or Howard day. $365 down with reasonable SLASHED Co.. Joplin Mo.ORGAN.
$5000. Clifford Bishop school playground. 3- terms. NICE room. close In. Private entrance -
.. Box 112 Hawthorne 481-2252. bedrooms all featuring built-in Ralph Realtor all channel antenna. Off EVERYTHING MUST GO! iJp" ASLEOf

.--- --- ... ..-j( wardrobes 2-fully tiled tub baths. FOSSEY street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd Less than wholesale new used Christmas Left overs. All
RESTRICTED Gwynn Oaks 3 BR. parquet floors thruout. separate Place. FR 2-2582. and rebuilt electric and manual I new organs. Savings up to 30
YOU BUY YOUR HOME GO TO 2 B. Central H/AC. wooded 4/5 dining area. $15,000; $550 down 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 adding machines standard typewriter per cent. Earl's Piano Co.

A MULTIPLE LISTING REALTOR acre lot by owner. 27700. 402 includes closing cost. FHA. NICE room close In. Private en- and portables also cash 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372.2272Automotive
SW 42nd St.. FR 2-3804. 43 Colored Property trance. 204 NE 5th Avenue. registers and 50 check writersof
Warner Weseman Gladys Smith Realty HUGH Phone FR 2-8855. all types; $15 up. Terms can

J. W. Kirkpatrick Realty Ernest Tew Reolty HOMES FOR SALE be arranged. will take trade-Ins.
McKinney-Green-Deaton EDWARDSINC. 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & NEWLY furnished clean. cheer. : Call FR 2-0963 or FR 2-2105 dayor
University Need
Realty SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. ful room. Comfortable bed. Day. night.
John Merrill Agency Arnold Realty OWN YOUR ment. Some small down pay. week or month. Housekeeping

Tom Dobson Agency Dan Byrd Agency COOPERATIVEAPARTMENT NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. ment. Monthly payment $57 to privileges. FR 6-0410. I CLOSE OUT SALEOn 77 Mobile Homes for Sale

Wilbur Bishop, Realtor Arch Campbell. RealtorM. FR 2-1551 $65. Also homes built on your Wallpaper. 98c a Roll
lot for no down payment. SMALL heated furnished room for
M. Parrish & Associates Red Franks. Real Estate Call TOMMY RIDGELL man. 1st floor. Close In. Ph. I HARPER PAINT CO. 40MODELS
10 S.W. 7th St.
Fordyce Associates Ralph Fossey For Information LIKE THEWEATHER Builder Phone FR 2-4125 372-1981. 416 NE 2nd Avenue. 382-4366

I J. Pierce Smith. Realtor University Park 2 BR unfurnished home. Largelot. FURNISHED room. with private FOR SALE CHEAP. Restaurant
? Near school. FR 69237. entrance and private bath. Cen- formica counter and 26 stools. ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE
Complete fountain.
Apts.Box You'll be comfortable in any 45 Furnished Apt ROOM for 2 with outside entrance and short order equipment. 52" SMALL DOWN PAYMENT.
weather in this new 3-bedroom
I 2 beds. Adjacent bath.
11025Ft. Call FR 2-0759 or 2-9207. Mr. TRAILER MARTHwy.
2-baths air conditioned
I fully use of telephone refrigerator. Page.
Lauderdale Fla. Hugh Edwards home. Built In EAST SIDE Gentlemen only. 1416 NW 12th 17. Phone 328-1050
kitchen includes General Electric Rd. Phone FR 6-2896. OPEN WEEKDAYS
Enjoy TOTAL oven and range and refrigerator. GARDENAPARTMENTS GAS WATER HEATER $25 allowance -
I Large laundry room. VA, FHAor LARGE quiet front bedroom for your old, costly to UNTIL 9 p.m.
Conventional. semi-private bath and entrance. operate electric water heater. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6
week. Phone 6-1961. Hot water at about half your
HUGH present cost with our LP gas.
$57 month upGainesville's
Ask us. PROPANE SW Archer
in the
Living EDWARDSINC. Finest 51-A Wanted To Rent Road. FR 65110. 1964 MOBILE SHOWING HOMES

HOME Furnished or unfurnished 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor
3 or more bedrooms 1 or more HOOVER upright vacuum cleaner. Plans. Terms tailored
Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart. to meet
bathroom unfurnished house. Call like new. Sold new $99. 1 left
ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- your budget. Drive a little and
NE 16th Ave. and 15th St.
COMPLETESuburban 9608. FR 2-9500 after 4:30 p.m. week. $59. Compact late model Sold Or Use save a lot at
BUYERS FR 2-1551 days or all day weekends. new $185 $69. The Kirby Co. CONNOLLYMobile
SPACIOUS down stairs 2 bedroom 712 N. Main FR 67110.
Home Sales. Inc.
furnished apartment. 705 N.E. 2nd 54 Business Rentals ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna 2 Miles North on U. S. 441
38 Real Estate Wanted
St. $70 month. Phone FR 6-
Phone 622-8166
Double stack complete. NothIng
Community GUIDEby 5270. WAREHOUSE space for rent. Located else to buy. $15. Brants. Closed Sundays

at 620 S. Main St. Call 513 N.W. 8th Avenue.
WANTED 10 to 25 acres of Farm 1 BEDROOM furnished apartment. I JOHN MERRILL Realtor. FR TWO bedroom house trailer. $900
The James Co. land within 15 miles of Gaines near Univ. $50 a month. 2 Bedroom 2-1494. USED Chain Saws $50 up. New one bedroom house trailer J750.
ville. Call before 2 or after 6. furnished apartment busI- 4 hp saws $89.95. We repairall Can be rented. Phone 376-8234

The James Co. of Gainesville FR 6-8055. ness vicinity $60. FR 2-1823 or $125 MO. chain saws & lawn mowers. Monday to Friday 9 to 5.

/ Quality HomesYou'll Inc.. Builders of Kingsberry 2-3794. I NEARLY new modem office or Chain saw rentals. McCulloch
Wisconsin and Stratton FOR SALE 28' 1 bedroom trailer.
Univ. Ave. Briggs
Homes for this area will be WANT TO BUY location at 3733 West
NICE 2 bedroom furnished apart Ph. FR 6-2472, Weseman Realty dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR Excellent condition. Manaro's
happy to answer any questionsyou 2 or 3 bedroom home with family ment. Living room. dining 6-3411. Restaurant. 2120 Haw t home
1113 N. Main St.
be getting "more home for money" at might have
your concerning room and 2 baths. Kitchen must room and kitchen. Lights and Road. FR 2-4690.
Highland Court Manor. Our goal is to design attractive home ownership. You might be be equipped. Central heat pre water furnished. Private bath FOR LEASE 2 warehouses In same GREEN house frame shed and
one of those people that now ferred. Must be priced right and entrance. 4-blocks to cam- bldg. located 1111 S. Main St. roof. Kerosene heater and storage OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a
homes featuring more living space for less owns a home but found that It with reasonable down payment. pus. $75. FR 2-9704 or 2-9195. Can be used for storage or repair tank. See after 4 p.m. 3923 N.W little to save a lot. Below mar.
Is now Inadequate If this 15th St.AUTOMATIC. ket clean. Lake Geneva Trailer
Is the I
money and we've been doing it for over 25 Write to Box 365-A. GainesvilleSun. garage. Sales
case. a call to The James Co. NICELY furnished 2 bedroom Rt. 100. SE Keystone
35 x 40 $65 per mo.
Zig Zag Sewing Ma Hts., Fla.
years. could very well solve your apartment. Spacious quiet. Ex.
30 x 35 $45 per mo.
chine. Buttonholes Darns Embroideries --
problems. By this we mean cellent neighborhood. $100 month. To see pick up keyes at Hunt's I
trading In FR 6-3985 after 6 FR 6-7142. & fancy Desigos.
your present home. p.m. "
39 Out of Town PropertyOUT 66" Station or call 376-8866. Take 7 payments $8.02 ea. Call WYATTTrailer

/ City ServicesAll There are a number ef questions MODERN house trailer with cabana NEW 3 BR brick house on conv 372-2051. -
Sell 'Fastwith
that we can answer con- of town property for rent. 3 near University. $60 a month. merical lot. Lot measures 113 WANTED Customers for home delivery
cerning trading. We feel that bedroom 1 bath swimming fishIng Students only. Phone 376-8063. frontage x 200 deep zoned of Fresh Vegetable Juices SalesHome

city services are available at Highland Court by talking with us you can and boating. with golf course "Local Manufacturing". Use daily. Answer to Box 364-A.
pick a suitable floor plan and 2 BEDROOM. mobile home In house as home or office use
across the street. $70 a month. c/o Gainesville Sun if interested.
Manor. Streets are paved and curbed storm drain- exterior that good location. On bus line. May of
design will suit Call GR 5-2981 or GR 5-5172 grounds for storage of materials. Price depends a lot on how Pacemaker Mobile Homes
age and sewers in place. There's police and fire your needs from our many Mel rose, Fla. House location be seen by calling 372-7018. etc. Excellent location for many reply. Shasta and Alrstream
plans that we keep hand.A .
on Keystone Heights. thriving business. Located on Travel Trailers
protection and refuse pick-up too. call to the James Co. will FURNISHED apt. on bus line. NW 6th St. at 41st Ave. Only GOLF CLUBS (men's) lefthanded. Ocala's First Mobile Home
get all the facts about any near stores churches etc. Private $60 per month unfurnished. Complete set. Used very Dealer Since 1948

type financing any questionsyou 42 Farms & Acreage entrance. water furn. $60 Phone Mr. Kushill Ih Lake City little. Make offer. Call FR 65694.or 1923 Silver Springs Blvd.
/ might have without any per mo. 376-5805. collect 752-5739. FR 2-8441. Mrs. Palmer. Phone 629-1358
RecreationHighland obligations on your part. Ocala Fla.
REAL nice clean apartment. For HEAVY steel ramps to load your
We have lots available In FARMS RURAL RANCHES ACREAGE couple only. Near campus, 17 56 Business Opportunities dozer or tractor plus 2 120 gal. 58 GREAT Lakes for sale excellent

Court Manor's exclusive Swim Club and most any section of town for PROPERTIES SW 24th St. FR 66819. bulk tanks. Call 372-1694. condition. Phone 372-6400
ROBERT=. C. SMITH REALTORU.S. GROCERY store for sale. Colored
Community Center is unmatched in Gainesville. You you to choose from. Hwy. 441 Micanopy. Fla. ROOMY 1 BR, living rm.. kitchen- business. Good profits. Reasonfor I LESS THAN WHOLESALE after 6 P.M.

receive free Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene Ph. 466-3120 ette, private bath & private en selling. other business. Phone NEW. used and rebuilt electric FIRST quality mobile home 1962
membership with purchase of a new Paramore have over 30 years trance. No pets. Apt. 208 204 FR 67231. After 7 p.m. Call and manual adding machines Schult 50 x 10'. 2 BR front
home. Featured 280 ACRES. Tobacco allotment. 5 NE 5th Ave. Phone 372-8855. FR 2-0641. standard typewriters and port
with the giant pool are facilities for combined experience in the room house. Paved road. CloseIn. kitchen excellent condition $3,600.

baseball basketball construction of homes. By care $225 an Acre. Gladys Smith. 2 BR. unfurnished Apt. 216 S.E. ables. Check writers of all types. Lot 49, Shady Nook Trailer
playground facilities and
ful supervision by Jim and Realtor. 1228 W. University Ave. 9th St. Kitchen equipped. Mar. 59 Money Wanted We buy used equipment of all Park 3723831McMURRAY
Clubhouse Gene. it will enable you as the 372-5393. types. Call FR 2-2105 or FR
ried couples. children & pets
homeowner to get more home UNIVERSITY Professor needs $3- 2-0963 day or night. Mobile Home Sales.
welcome. $65 mo. Plus utilities. Immed 8-10 wide 1 or 2 BR. used lakeor
for your money and certainly 5.000 for 2nd mortgage
M. L. Shea FR 2-4353 or 6-2763 MILL ENDS HENDERSON'SMILL
Interest. I house traders from $1,295. 1
makes The James Co. construc. lately. Will pay good
/ Convenience tion to be beyond compare.By E. C. "CURLY" evenings. Write P. O. Box 363-M Gainesville STORE U. S. Hwy. 19. office Trailer for rent or sale. 4
Sun. Crystal River Fla. Only 1 3 ml. So. of Starke on 301. 964- _
NICELY furnished 1 BR apt. T-V hr. 15 min.. from Gainesville.
Person 0571. Greene Oaks
building primarily the KUEHN JR. antenna. Couples only. Call 376- Literally TONS OF TOWELSand I, Restaurant.
The total suburban community is only minutes 'away Kingsberry home we feel we 1748. Merchandise MILES OF FABRICS. I WILL Sell equity In 2 bedroom
have Homes. Lots Income Business
a great advantage and
from public and parochial Selection Quality. Price. Irregular I 10x45 New Moon trailer for $300.
schools churches and great opportunity for you as and Lake Property. 2-BEDROOM furnished garage Call FR 6-1444.
shopping areas. Yet the strictly residential the purchaser to pick design Farms and Acreage. apartment; 405 NW 10th St. 61 Wanted to Buy bedspreads beautifuland
sectionis and floor plans that are createdby E. C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr. Phone FR 6-5924. one third off. Lovely car. i
removed from and 638 N. MAIN pet ends. three fourths off. to
noisy ST.
areas busy streets. some of the country's leadIng -
architects.If FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 FURNISHED 3 bedroom bath. WANTED. In good used condition First quality Cabin Crafts carpets I 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE
Water furnished. large yard. For 14" Band saw 6" Jolnter-plaro and rugs. and Peppered

you desire complete Infor. working couple. N.W. 31st Ave. 18" jig saw. Call C. Mon.e, sheets. Throw rugs $1.98 up. Tel.
mation call The James Co. and and 9th Terrace. 3129 N.W. 9th 372-3436 8 A.M. to 5 PJ*. 795-3399. 1957 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van-

Court we will be happy to come to Shadow Lawn Estates Terrace. Call FR 6-4817. kinds of furniture type truck. Has been serviced
Highland ManorSales WE BUY and sell all THE BEST costs less. Heat three PersonWANT completely on monthly sched _.
your home and spend any Custom-built homes that look 1 BEDROOM air conditioned stoves refrigerators. times the water your electric ule. $700. FR 2-8461. _.
amount of time necessary to custom-built. If you are tired furnished apartment. New clothes. radios. TV. etc. Call heater heats. Call Fuilgas your
I explain The James Co. systemof of homes with that lub-divi- Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd FR 23937. Philgas Distributor 3765392. 1963 HEAVY duty Ford. econ. van. .-,
Office Located at N.E. 23rd Blvd. home ownership.We lion look. see Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115. $1775. Phone FR 2-2536 .after ':30
WANT to buy U.S. & foreign 2911 NE lltn Ter,.
F. D. Oliv t. Bldr. 1 block from campus. Occupancy LOOK pm.
and 11th Terrace Phsne 372.3471BUTLER can secure FHA. VA and Ph. FR 3-0866 by February 25. coins old & new. Rebel Stamp Wanted responsible party to assume I
I several different types of conventional & Coin ShoP. 809 W. Univ. Ave..
late model 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals ::
financing.Let West en NW S9th Aye. past EXTRA large extra nice 1 and 2 Gainesville. Fla. payments on
the Glea Sprint Intersec BR. executive type apts 1 BR. fully automatic Singer Zig Zag. 0
tion. See lip left. $8 per month. Balance S1 FOR sale Ford tractor model -
on Fla. rm., living & dining rm.,
mention few of Goods
us a 64 Household -
Phone 3761075. I 8N. new tires perfect running
the Homes that either un- kitchen bath. air conditioned 1'1 ""
condition. C. L. Clya<<. Providence .
the I wall to wall closets couple only. I
der construction or in IIII1III IIUJJIUlIWllunwUJUIWJmIUJUmIUDi AZALEAS Fla. Lake City 752-2598
planning stage. No pets. $125 per mo. Year 3622BEACH FOR sale all sizes. Wholesale
=H lease required. L. J. Moratto, price. 2145 N.W. 10th St. 1 i
bedroom.. 2-full tile baths. i I Norwood NI 2505 NW 6tht St. Ph. 372-4957. ADS I 83 Motorcyycles & Scooters

living room family room. BLVD.IN 14' REFRIGERATOR. across top '
Situated on a lot 100x276'. ThisIs 1 = LARGE clean well furnished freezer. Also good Tappan 36" CUSHMAN Husky 1962. new
Builders and Developers a VA home. By buying now I 4 Rm. apartment. No childrenor gas range. Both: In like new motor & tires. Excellent condition
you can be your own decorator. | Hope I pets. Married couple. Marie Storage Warehouse condition. Also family size fire Reasonable. Call 2-1276 or
Whiteman 110 NW 7th Terr. safe. 2145 N.W. 10th St. see at 1C65 NE 13th Place.

3-bedroom 1V4 baths. Strip !II "H" Inc. II 1 BEDROOM duplex furnished 4 REPOSSESSION SALE
hardwood floors. Situated on a apartment. Water furnished.Call .
well shaded lot. that Is on a We Trade Homes ROOMS FURNITURE
g FR ,
; 1962 Singer 301 SI. Needle $68
dead end street. Small down I tral heat. Telephone and gar. & APPLIANCES I 4 SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP-
payment low monthly pay or Property '
I I age. Call 6-5112. 1963 Pfaff $67
ments. RepossessedBecause Your car's pep & power show :
BROS. I J B1l1utmllllmlnlltlllln! =lmH= TWO bedroom house trailer for up with a tune-up at BROWN'S -
3-bedroom. IV baths, terrazzo os of family troubles lust 1963 Universal Zig Zag $44
I rent. On private lot 100 x 200. SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed II
floors. Situated on a large = The following are ready for Call 3767502. come In & take over paymentson LIMESDAYS recapping 81 wheel alignment.
corner lot. $400 down and less = occupancy. 5 entire houseful. Consists of a 1963 NecchI Supernova $77 (09 N. Vain FR 6-4310.

than $75 per month plus taxes 1 1021 NW 40th Dr. MOBILE HOME. air conditioned beautiful 2 pc. living room suite

1964 Parade I and insurance. This one Is 383 BR. 1W Bath, $500 dn. = swimming pool. couples only. In nylon. sofa makes into bed 1963 Elna Free arm $62 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE
ready to occupy. $107 Mo. Phone 3722290.DOWNSTAIRS also matching club chair w-solid
f S foam cushions. 2 decorator 1964 Automatic does everything

4-bedroom. 3-tiled baths. extra lamps. 2 step tables. In margolite drop-in cams only $55 BUICK 1956. clean 2 door hard"I
i I 4628 SE 2nd PI. 3 room furnishedapt. top. Call after 6 FR 6-6155.
: with matching cocktail table. In p.m. :
recreation den.
large room. married couples adults
of Home Values 1 air I H 3 BR. 1 bath $600 dn. $74 s the bedroom massive double Cabinets optionaLAll
built-in kitchen. completely only. no pets. 416 NE 7th St. 10 BUICK 1959 LeSabre Sports -
I I conditioned. Located in one of ospermo. 37 dresser with tilting mirror chestof Coupe. R 8. H, PS L PB WW -
3 ROOMS. 2nd floor. Gas lights & bookcase head machines
Gainesville's finest neighbor 1145276' 1 drawers guaranteed excellent condo Two new tires. "
hoods. 4617 SE 1st PI. and water furnished. Couple./ No board with sliding panels for Clean Inside. $990. 3725062.
3 & 4 Bedrooms I' = 3 BR. 2 bath. $500 dn. $48 = I pets. $55. 727 E. Univ. Avenue. your clock radio all done in Terms arranged. Ask for credit I
We are planning a two-story = per mo.H = exotic Sahara Mist finish. Sec manager 376-1075. CHEVROLET '57. 2-door hardtop '
home with over 2200 Sq. Ft. = MODERN duplex. 2 BR fenced ond bedroom has twin maple Belalr heater white walls auto. :

Palm View Estates of living area. The price on 1 303 & 313 SE 38th St.37304&3l4SE39tkSt.. | yard. Adults. $82. Phone 376- beds. Kitchen has deluxe 7 PC SHOTGUNS. 16 Gauge pump; 12 trens., good cond. C Felder _
7883. double barrel (2) .22 rifles.
this one will amaze you. = dinette set with formica top gauge FR 25733.CADILLAC. _
I I table & 6 foam padded chairs. 1-pump 1-bolt with scopes. -
1 BR; living Rm; Kit. All utilities -
We to build 16 homes Admiral refrigerator with cross 2 gun racks 1 desk and lamp 1962 convertible beautiful. _
Fernwood ManorWestmorland plan = 3 BR. 1 bath, $500 dn. $44 H furn. except gas for cook.
snare drum and stand cornice .
in & Leather _
shelves door Completely
top freezer
in the NE Gainesville area and .
3rd Ave. (Rear)
= ing. 911
I have already picked the floor per; 37 $45 month. Call FR 2-0987. dairy bar. 36" range with oven boards all/ reasonable. Call FR ONLY interior. $500 for my equity ..
plans and exterior design thatis broiler and storage drawers. 2.1276 or see at 1065 NE 13th and assume payments. FR ..
most suitable, for each lot. Orig. price $1.019.3 Place. 6-1024. :

The following are under construction 37 46 Unfurnished Aprs. BALANCE DUE ONLY WASHER automatic, Frigidaire. -a
FHA from I -37 and will be ready E 4-months old. You assume pay S2 ..

$400 Down for occupancy soon. 37 2 B R duplex.on SE$SO 45th per Terr.month,Call located $267No Voyles ments. Appliances.Can be seen at Jim BUY YOUR ":

FR 2-2372. money down OJO week. Ask MOBILE HOME _.
3701 NW 21 it PI.
VA .. Nothing DownAsk for Brock's furniture In storage BARBIE type doll clothes priced '
I E 3 B R. 2 bath. $750 dn. $9t E 47 Houses for Rent Furn. lower than commercial. Others I From the WORLD'S ::

permo. atNATIONAL made on request. Phone 372-6512. i LARGEST DEALER :

about our paint your own home for S1t 3707 NW 21st PI. THREE BEDROOM furnished houseon WROUGHT iron and glass tables a special flat-charge '7

down payment. 37 4BR.* 2 bath $800 dn. $107 37 large lot. 710 N.W. 14th Ave. Furniture and chairs. 1 year old. Selling Southern Mobile
I For More InformationCall permo.nwmuJfftftttlSlflTffiTumnmniimImmlflhlE. Near shopping center. House due to remodeling. Gate House service for noncommercial Homes Brokers. Inc. ;:
available Mar 1st. Rent $100 a Warehouse Restaurant. Dial FR 6-58-43 even
I II only.
I users
: month. Call 376-2145. ings. 2200 South Dixie HighwayPL6294818
Drive west on 16th Aye, turn left at Model ] I #<
I I LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom 3622 MOWER. power edger metal
Home TheJames lse FOR RENT Ocala Florida
sign on NW 39th Terrace. houses. month or year. Mathew- shelves lawn chairs piano Dial

1 124 SE 7th St. son Manor. Call 475-2981. portable dishwasher play pen, ..

I! = 3BRlBath 37 Beach Blvd.Next baby carriage vanity set barstool .
Co. l I =_ i Year Lease $100 per Mo. FURNISHED duplex apt. Clean 2 recliner glass dining ..
BR kitchen, bath, back
BUTLER BROS. BuildersMATT : Of Gainesville Inc. ''I --I 704 SE 4th Ave. porch. OPEN So.DAILY gate- Plaza; SUNDAY FL 9-2S41 12-4 table lamp.. 3761570.coffee and end tables. 376-4672 MOBILE HOMES .:.

Builder of Kingsberry = ALL OUR HOMES ARES E ONE bedroom Duplex, ground Jacksonville. Florida FLOOR samples repossessed. 1 FEDERAL QUALITY :

Homes. OPEN FOR YOU TO EN. 37 floor. clean private Ig. L.R. ALL white Castro convertible Firestone 12 h.p. outboard 1 ML N. on 441 :

MEAD EN. Sales Mancger OFFICE PHONE = JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF 37 Water Apply 417 furn.SE$14 4th week.St. S56 mo. couch. recently recovered wtm motor $ ".'$; 1 Philco 12J cu. Direct line to at City Limit SgaCALL3725113 _
= YOU WILL JUST CALL. 37 Naugahyde. Converts to double ft. refrigerator, $179.951 1 Phil -
372-2527 3 1123 S.E. 4th STREET 37 CLEAN efficiency. Pay yearly bed. Ideal for apt. Wilt sacrifice co port. T-V with stand. $195; Want Ad-Visors -
Phone FR -2-9545 or Nights FR 6-9048 NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS FR 6-5301 or FR 6-798 = lye more than VA. Private entrance for S65. See at 1001 NW 25- 2-piece drill sets. St2." H. WE TRADE
372-7401 Ii and bath Beauty Rest 25th Terr. Ph. 37M7W. Firestone Stores. 304 W. Univ- FOR ANYTHING : ,

=. mattress. Close-in. Ph. 372-2324. .Ave. -

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or trade. Trade for older ear or HAWES POWERS MOTOR CO.
S1SO down and take up pay CHEVROLET, 1960 tt ton pickup -
ments. Call 376-WJ after S 4 speed heavy duty sacrifice I
I p.m. or week-ends. price $800 as !is. SMITTY SAYS: RIGHT

I FORD.With owner 44 1954.tag.green Customllne Phone radio FR heater.2 22532.dr.one power Sacrifice FAIRLANE steering price 500.$1,480 1962.air 4 conditioned.as dr.Is.auto.. 1 I THESE CARS HAVE GOT TO GO M I WHY ?

2501 SE 11th Ave.
I I,, (fin )
PLYMOUTH I960 Station Wagon. stock over 30 Days
FORD GALAXIE 1959 4 dr. Automatic ,
auto. power steering & brakes. I
I j 1 I
transmission radio and mechanics "If You Don't
heater. Small equity take up air conditioned. A like Our Prices NOW
special that needs some engine
payments. James Marable 2215
S.E. 9th Place. 376--460. work. Will sacrifice for $600. i I !
MERCURY 1957 must sell 4 dr See the above at 711 N. Main St.
H.T. Radio and heater. S good I WHY PAY HIGH
tires. Must set to appreciate.
Best offer. Phone 4-7449. 85-1 Automobiles Wanted I I WARRANTY ft GW WARRANTY I AT

AAGA good condition. R. H. wire w-
w$100 tires.or best Teneau.offer.luggage Ernie Wild.rack. WANTED. 1950 thru 1954 Fords I 63 NEWPORT, 2-dr. HT, PS, PB, A/C, R&H, AT Was $3395 Is $3095 I FIRSTYEARDEPRECIATION i
FR 4-2521 after S p.m. and Service Chevrolets.Station See 914 S.at E.Herndon 4th 63 NE\VPORT,4-dr. HT, PS, PB, R&H, A/C, AT Was $3295 Is $2995 i I 8&G Motor (o

RENAULT WSW tires Dauphlne.excellent 1961.condition.Black Street. 63 AMERICAN, 4-dr., AT, H, 9,000 miles Was $1595 Now $1495 I
W7S. Phone 372-M49. 63 VALIANT, 4-dr., V-200, AT, PS, R&H, Exec. Car I
SPRITE. 1941. Tonncau cover, GAINESVILLE Was $2045 Now $1945 GET A LATE-MODEL CADILLAC,

. convertible body top., top tide mechanical.windows, excellent 40 AUTO SALES I 62 FAIRLANE, 4-dr., V-8, R&H, nice . Was $1445 Now $1345 I OLDSMOBILE OR OTHER FINE
miles to gaL A clean car. Reasonable 1007 N. Main St. 62 STUDEBAKER, 4-dr., AT, R&H, real clean Was $1195 Now $995 I
price. During day FR CAR AT HEiR'
4-3211. ext.: 5429 after 3:90. Phone fR 2.6313 61 OLDS, 4-dr. 88, PS, PB, R&H, clean Was $1545 Now $1495
rtwttnctfntrol Florida'sLorget ON A NEW
61 PLYMOUTH, 4dr.. wagon, PS, PB, AT, A/C, R&H
convertible 43. Midnight
I blue color. l.OOO miles privateowner. Independent Dealer I I Was $1495 Now $1395 ,
$1995. Phone 3761904. 61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr., AT, R&H, V-8 . r Was $995 Now $845 I BIGCLEARANCE

VOLKSWAGEN 4 mos. old MICROBUS.new condltteradio. 1943.- 61 FALCON, 2-dr., red clean . . Was $1095 Now $895 i I Get one of these I
.. Phone heater 374-4940.JO h.p. moteU.300. I 61 VALIANT, 4-dr. V-200, AT, R&H, nice Was $1195 Now $995 :I
j YOURCHOICE 60 PONTIAC, 4-dr/ Catalina, AT, PS, PB, R&H. I
VOLKSWAGEN 1957 pick up ,late Model One-owner
truck $350. 1S04 NW 31th Terr.I I Was $1395 Now $1295 I ,
Phone 372-4411 for appt to drive. 60 DODGE, 4-dr., AT, Heater, 6, nice . Was $995 Now $845
VOLKSWAGEN.Very good condition.41. 2 Must dr. led.-I 1 II 60 OLDS, 2-dr., '88', AT, heater, PB, 1-Owner Was $1195 Now $1095 Automobiles63TBIRDNLdeL.$3995

.I', fice.PM. 1616 Phone NW 374-9M5 39th St.before 6:30 60 RAMBLER, 4-dr. Classic, AT, A/C, PS, AT, 9-pass. I
Was $1145 Now $1045
1957 dr. CADILLAC hardtop fully Sedan equipped deVllie Including 4-. 63 CHEV ... $2595 60 LARK, 2-dr. HT, AT, R&H, sharp . Was $745 Now $675 I SAVE CADILLAC
. 372-0411 factory for air.appt.cream to see.puft.V750. 63 LINCOLN .. .. $5500 60 NEW YORKER, 4-dr. HT, PS, PB, R&H, A/C, I $700.1500

RING out the best In your car. 62 CORVAIR .. $1295 AT. Was $1895 Now $1645 63 CONVERTIBLE .................... $5295
I work.Superior Fast Auto dependable painting &service body; 62 62 FALCON COMET ...... $1395$1495 59 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. HT, PS, PB, R&H At, nice Factory air. Like new, boss's car, listed for about
free pickup. delivery. WRIGHT'S 61 CHEV . $1695 Was $1495 Now $1395 $7000. Factory warranty, 7,000 actual miles
BODY FR WORKS 707. 2031 NW 4th St. 61 COMET .. $1295 59 IMPERIAL,4-dr. HT, PS, PB, R&H, AT, A/C 62 SEDAN DE VILLE ............ $3995
1943 CHEVY II Station Wagon 61 FALCON .... $995 Was $1595 Now $1495 2-dr. V-8 Factory air. Fully equipped. Low mileage. Outstanding.

Air radio conditioned.& heater auto.three trans.seats., 61 61 RAMBLER MERCURY .... $1395$1395 I 59 CHEVY. 4-dr. HT, PS, PB, AT, A/C one owner 62 CHEV AT, 'RGH: ps, $1499 62 FLEETWOOD .... .... ..... $4295Sedan.
white side walls 4.000 miles 60 COMET $1095 Was $1195 Now $1045 Rompside I low
less than 5 mos. old. $100 cash, Factory air. Local one owner, mileage. For
take up payments. Call 3728171 60 MERCURY $1295 I 59 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. HT, Fury, PS, PB, R&H, AT, nice 61 CORVAIR pickup $1099 those who want the finest. Listed for about $7500.
I to 372-5738 after 5 59 BUICK $1295
P.M. 59 CADILLAC. $1995 Was $1095 Now $995 I Alpine, 61 COUPE ................... .. $3095
FOR A better buy on a new or 59 CHEV . $995 I 57 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. HT, R&H, nice, . Was $495 Now $425 60 SUNBEAM X-clean $1299 Factory air. Beautiful condition. Rose Cr: white. Very
used car call FR 6-6957 after 7pm. I 59 PLYMOUTH $5951 Radio attractive interior.
Chatf.n.or all day Sunday Mr. 58 57 MERCURY DODGE ...... $645$395 6-3400 IMPORTED CARS 6-3400 58 YOLKS heater' . $695 60 SEDAN DE VILLE ............ .. $2795

TWO CARS 1962 Studebaker. .- 57 OLDS .. .. $595 Factory air. Immaculate Low mileage. Exceptionally
door cyl. wagon.sedan air 1959 and MERCURY power excellent 57 CHEV .. $495 .1 I 63 SAAB, 2-dr., 4-speed, R&H, like new Was $1445 Now $1295 52 HEV Transportation $135 nice.
condition. Will trade or 57 CHRYSLER $695 I 61 OPEL, 4-dr Wagon, R&H, one owner Was $1045 Now $995 Sports Coupe, 59 SEDAN DE VILLE .. ............. $2095
sell 374-9014 either.after Real S p.m.Bargain) Call 53 MERCURY .. $225] I 59 E. FORD, 2-dr. wagon, R&H, clean . Was $495 Now $375. 63 (CHEV auto., PS, R&H, $ /rx Factory air. Fully equipped. 325 horsepower. The ;9
has earned the of
reputation being an exceptionallyfine
CRANE I I SECOND CARS 63 FORD Galaxie 500, 2-dr. $2395 car.
FOR THE CORRECT hardtop, PS, auto. 58 SEDAN DE VILLE ........ $1295

TIME MOTORS i 61 FORD, 4-dr., AT, R&H, A/C drives good Was $795 Now $675 63 CHEV. Impala' 4-dr.koH $2895 Factory air, attractive white & light blue.
sedan AT
FR 2-1411 "If easy to trade with Crane\ I 57 DODGE, 4-dr., AT, R&H, . . . Was $395 Now $225 57 FLEETWOOD . $895
Courtesy Of 516 S. Morn St. 56 FORD, 2-dr. wagon, V-8, R&H, runs good, Was $395 Now $225 OX AO T I BDII\B/incl.PIDft-Fully air, equipped new tires $2895 Factory air, sharp classic black.OLDSMOBILE.

University: : ChevroletN. I FR 2.3631 53 OLDS, 4-dr. wagon, PS, PB, R&H, AT Was $395 Now $325 Galaxie 500
Main St. at 16th Ave. I 56 CHRYSLER, 4-dr., AT, R&H, A/C, PS Was $395 Now $315 62 FORD-4.dr., PS, RGH $1 595
I 54 CHEVY, 1/2 Ton truck, real good . Was $395 Now $245 64 CUTLASS HTOP COUPE .. $3495

62 (HE v-ps, AcZHaut$2295: Factory air, power steering, white bucket seats 5,000 .
SUPER SPECIAL actual miles. Factory warranted. Listed for about $3900.

60 CHRYSLER, Convertible, 300-F, black. PS, PB, R&H A/C, AT. Sharp. 62 SUNBEAM eArec: ,;;n$1795SPECIAL J 64 CUTLASS SPORTS COUPE $3095

$AVE $1845 $AVE 3,300 290 horsepower.miles, factory Bucket warranted.seats power steering Cr: brakes.

!r 63 DYNAMIC ........................ $2995
SEE 88 sedan. Factory air power steering. Cruise control.

62 R &CHEVROLET, conv., automatic PS. 62 OLDS ............ .. $2895
98 Htop sedan. Factory air. Fully equipped. Tops in
"MAC" McCULLOUGH FRANK GRAY $199962VALIANTaiorhX2 quality & luxury.

I 62 DYNAMIC ........................ $2595
'Howes-Powers Motor Co. 88 station wagon. Power steering Gr: brakes. Low mile-
1964 FIAT 600D2DR. : : ?; $1295? age. Roomy & powerful.
Imperial, Chrysler, Plymouth, Valiant, Simca Dealer I I : 62 DYNAMIC .................... ....$2595
SEDAN 312 NO. MAIN STREET PHONE FR 6-3400 62 TRIUMPH "-3Jr. $1795 88 sedan. Factory air Cr power steering.

like 61 HTOP COUPE ...... .. ....... $2195
r $1199Exchange I 62 CHEV Impala 4.dr. sedan, $2095 98 model. Sparkling white. Factory air. Loaded.

RGH, auto., PS 61 SUPER ............................. .. $1995
I 62 TRIUMPH TR 3, r $1795 88 htop sedan. Power steering. Immaculate Interior.

with any car NOTICE TO NEW CAR BUYERSThe like 60 HTOP ................................ $1695Sedan.
can drive on the lot. Impala 4-dr. sedan .
you .
98. Factory air. Loaded.
62 CHEV $2095
Bucket Features seats, heater at defroster.NO additional dual electric Cost windshield: Public has been misquoted by many dealers of other RGH, auto., PS : 59 SUPER ,........ ... .. ............ $1095
wipers windshield washers sell cancelling turn signals undereoatlnf. 88 htop sedan. Power steering.
safety belt anchors leatherette upholstery. make cars as being the lowest priced American made !
bumper guard (front It rear) courtesy lights ashtrays. car "In the Auto Game .. Barkley's the Name"Impala 58 SEDAN .... ... .................. $695
emergency tool kit.Barkley. FOR YOUR BENEFITWe 88. Air conditioner. Power steering.

Motors"SPORTS I 62 CHEV Sports cpe. 57 SEDAN ............................ S39: I
I auto., RGH, PS : $2295 88 Fact,.,,./ air. "

CAR CENTER" are quoting the lowest priced American built car. 62 CORVAIR t H 4-dr. $1695 56 HTOP .................................... 495
2201 N. Main St. FR 2-4373 ; .
........ 4- p. Sedan. Factory air. full power.:: One owner. Low mil" e.
--- ----- 2.dr. LeSabre 4-dr.,
1964 RAMBLER $1163 61 BUICK $ 895
Sedan auto., ps, ps, R&H BUICK

RAMBLER TRADE-INS ARE I. 61 OLDSnKT; ,R $2195 63 ELECTRA ..... ... $3695
Delivered! With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL!
225 sedan, air, full white.
700 4r., 'low htop factory power
CLEANERBETTERUSED STANDARD EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST: 61 CORVAIR mileage .I. $1195 57 SUPER ................. ... ........... $195 ,
Htop sedan. One owner, 36.430 miles.CHEVROLET .
I Equipped with high: Self-adjusting brakes Fuel pump and tank 61 CORVETTEl ;,speed clean, $2895
CARS! fuel economy. with bonded linings filter -
Advanced unit Powr-Gard 24 battery Anti Smog Engine Filter

construction .. Directional signals .. Automatic choke SPECIAL! 63 MONZA .... .................... $1995
Save Dollars these Curved side windows Engine oil filter Dow-Gard cooling
Many on : Deep-dip rust proofing 4.000-mile engine oil. system Coupe. White bucket seats, auto trans.
63 Rambler Baked enamel finish change normal interval 2 Arm rests 63 FORD, Got 500, 4-dr., PS. 5 new tires. 61 CORVAIR ............................ $1095
62 Chevrolet Ceramic armored 33,000 mile or 3-year 2 Sun visors $2199 Sedan radio heater, auto trans. r
4-dr Classic "UV. automatic.radio. muffler and tail chassis lube interval Foam I
pipes cushion
heater air cond.. powedr better Bel-Air, automatic radio. Coil spring seats No drain transmission 2 Windshield wipers 60 STATION WAGON ............ $1295
steering reclining seats like power steering a extra I
new. nice carl Double safety brakes and rear axle lube 2 Seat belts 6 with standard shift.

$2495 $1895 61 MERCIAN1:ATT/C! $1695 59 IMPALA ........................ $1095Htop
I sedan. V-8. Power steering.
RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. 61 FALCON -- ., 'radio $1195 58 IMPALA ....................... $745
63 Rambler 62 Rambler heater .
Htop coupe. Radio, heater, auto trans. Big V-8 motor

air Classic steering conditioned 4-dr like new',660'heater.In lutom.tlc.dr and power out. seats.heater.Custom Extra Individual, extra automatic nice.reclining radio. I 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 61 1 MERC 4-dr.PB, AIC wag., ,RTH ps. ., $1795 1 FORD

I I $2395 $1395 6 ;? FORD ?sdrvGc.lo R ie HAT.. $1495 64 COMET ............. .. ..... $2895
63 Rambler NOW IS THE TIME Station wagon. Air conditioner &: power steering. Tinted
60 Chevrolet 61 DODGE.trruHr.h$114560FIATsPid glass, electric rear window. Less than 700 actual miles.
I 4-dr Classic '460 station wagon
automatic. heater. Individual Get That New UsedAutomobile Factory warranted.
I passenger station wagon automatic
reclining seats. Very very low radio. heater, low mileage or S1095 63 FALCON ............................ $1895
mileage. NEW) Nice ,, .
Station wagon. 6 cylinder, radio, heater, standard shift.
$2495 Convertible, Less than 28.000 miles.
$1395 (HEV
auto., RGH . $1599 62 FALCON ................. .... $1545Deluxe

62 RAMBLER Ford I I I 60VWrnn: $1395 Station wagon. 6 cylinder radio, heater auto
60 Rambler trans., luggage rock. 26,100 miles.
American radio beater 4-dr, an station extra wacan.ales 4-dr, automatic. radio heater. I Falcon i NEW 1964 GMC 60 T-BIRD fully I $1995 61 FORD ....... .. ................. $1495
buy I air cond. and out. Fairlane I equipped Station wagon, roomy. V8.CHRYSLER.

$1345 c$99Sde ;t T-Bird PICKUP TRUCKSs1763 II:II! 60 FALCON -auto.- :, wagon RGH $1195 1 1 I I

I I:
62 FORD 59 Mercury I Trucks Ford 60 MERC 4.dr. sedan, A/c, $1395 I 62 NEWPORT .... ............. $2395Htop
!! PS, PB, AT, .
I I i sedan Factory air, power steering &: brakes.
Late model Falrlane 500 V a ,
4-dr. Automate.engine radio heater AT
Used ,
i automatic transmistion. exceptionally clean. Finished In j I I 60 (HEV PrRU $1595 21.000 miles.
beater.power::.000 steering honest mik radio*. black and white. Sharp. Cars Iii clean 62 CROWN IMPERIAL .......... $3195Htop
LOW DOWN PAYMENT Station Wagon, sedan. Factory air cruise control. Tremendous savings -
$1695 $895 59 (HEV $745
I Get TOTAL AT, R&H . on Chrysler's finest line.
61 RAMBLER 59 Chevrolet AT :..I I 59 BUICIrt&Fl'r.: : : $1095 6 with heater & auto trans. 41,000 miles, clean solid

C1a.sicdaa.clean.m1Jma. .lIter.. standard Extra: Sedan delivery extra nice! & Tropical Pontiac II III 59 TRIUMPH TR-3 New, Only, $1195 w I 53 condition.DESOTA ........ .................. $295

$995' $895 KEETER Spyder, need motor Sedan. V-8. Power steering. Very clean. Excellent
I GMC Tuck Center22Q I II 58 FIAT work, a bargain at $299 transportation.
230 W. UniversityFR N.W. 8th Are. FR 2-3582

NO MONEY DOWN 2-0503 I 1'1,'! 57 FORD-RGH.- $495 PONTIAC

62 BONNEVILLE ............... $2695Htop
53 NASH $21 Mo. 56 RAMB. $26 Mo. 54 PLYMOUTH 5STSJT.$295 I ;;: sedan. Factory air. power steering, electric win
Like Bawl Original paint VOLKSWAGENMILLER.
I dows. Solid leotherette upholstery.
57 DODGE $23 Mo. DODGE DART sedan h

', 58 PLYM. $32 Mo. 57 Rambler $29 Mo. Barkley MotorsI'ln i

(Includes Heater) 51995 B MOTOR iM

57 CHEV. $29 Mo. 55 BUICK $26 Mo. SPECIAL AT ,

r I 57 BUICK $32 Mo. 55 CHEV. $29 Mo. BROWN _ the Name"
1030 E. Univ. &.e Barkley's I CADILLAC OLDSMOIILI

t RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. FR 2.3582 Poole-Gable Motors I 2201 N. MAIN ST. NEW CARS: 115 S.E. 2nd St.

Sun Want Ads (Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) USED CARS: 2001 N.W. 13th St.
I 1132 S. Main St. FR 2.8433 I" FR 2-4373
I 119 S.E. 1st Ave. 372-434 TELEPHONE FR 67515J
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26 I II to present fa the Complaint I filed herein ture of said suit Is a mortgage fore-. ; .. .... .- ... -- 'I

which YOU. against you In the above entitled closure. i
have against the cause in the Office of the Clerk of the It is hereby ordered that this order
I, NELSON deceased, Circuit Court in and for Alachua and notice shall be publishedonce EXCLUSIVELY
to the County County Florida, in his office in the a week for four consecutive TMEN'S
I County Florida, at Courthouse in Gainesville, Florida on weeks in the Gainesville Daily Sun a
house of said or before the 27th day of March, A.D. newspaper published in Gainesville
I Florida with- in 1964 and to serve a copy of such Alachua County Florida and having a
1. from the time answer or defenses upon Gray, general circulation. Jn Alachua County at
in I of this notice. Chandler, O'Neal, Carlisle & Avera Florida. e ,
with Adolfo shall be in Plaintiff's attorneys herein whose ad- WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the
dent ot state the place of dress is P. O. Box 44. Gainesville, said Circuit Court of Alachua County
2. The office address of Florida on or before said date as re- Florida and the seal of the said
nounced its shall be, sworn his attor to quired by the laws of Florida. If you i Court at Gainesville, Alachua County -
Ing with claim agent or demand fail to do so. a Decree Pro Confessowill Florida on this 25th day of FebrU-
to (1) halt void. be entered against you for the relief ary. A.D. 1964.
3. After A. NELSON demanded In the Complaint.You J. B. CARMICHAEL CLERKBy
U. S. wheat A. Nelson As ad- are further notified that the na- : Emily Waterhouse
les of the Estate ture of said suit is a mortgage fore Deputy Clerk
wheat was of the Last closure. ,(Court Seal) ;
"green" Testament of You are further notified that the na (3121) 2:21; 35. 12. 1.
4. In the ,
the defense'Jury I '- -
Ing Ing of their Lee ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING I IN A f
sons was Avenue i

es"as Iuro and s. 12 20 1964: FLORIDA Swimming Pool SHOP tl
S. Ships
more than ti' i
the dangers
the Azores. COURT OF FLOR Street Floor '
6. Within JUDICIAL COURT Rivers Construction Co.A iI
cured in COUNTY. by .
crash on
tire in 1ii I iI
51 1.Inlured Three OF PHILADEL- QUALITY POOL Backed by a y
authorized to do
ed aimed during at of Florida FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY '
1. In a I
pro -
thrown mer French and E. GUM and 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40

In f.a Winning Priced at $3,000 to $3,500 k f fye ,
Greece's (4) .Foreclosure NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH -
10. On -
mer Senate OF SUIT
by Baker THE STATE OF 0 /2 ax
subpoenaed EACH POOL YOU GET
Committee i' Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board 1t
11.rAne.>> :
nedy Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner it6:1: ,j
men. THE ) .
and a I D. GUM Leaf Net
es connected
12. The i notified that a suit KUPPENHEIMERLOOK 1 f ;
naval base brought against 1 v rt
tro had FEDERAL SAV-
(1) workers ASSOCIATION OF >J. f f.'
merly a corporation auth IS THECONFIDENT Jt'e
Cuba to the 1909 EAST 5th STREET
in the State of
Court Eighth DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA,
and you for are Alachua hereby 622-7048 FLA. LOOKKUPPENHEIMER /!'
and required to '
The answer or defenses
I 1 Qf
ty II
have a

bership the at I I SPRING LIGHT SUIT SHOWN, of

station.IN I I FLOWER BRIGHT 100.00 ,i ,
THE '\
I COATS, 69.95 +

BARBARA 5.99 26.95 ,
et ux. et al.

STATE husband Barbara OF J SPRINGLIGHTWASHABLE Kuppeiilieinrcr Twilight Tones

Tew. Earl
and her T DRESSES aIN

the assignees persons unknown Ii I FLOWERBRIGHT \ put spring in your lifeOff

against Kate 1t -.
erally Helen A. with the old-on with the new. That's what
of and Alachua each spring says. And it says it confidently-when you
ing to ( ; YT '
Plaintiffs ;. {
above cause don one of our new lightweight Kuppenheimers.

Florida.property All of to f :i t & ACETATE JUNIOR Flattering Twilight Tones, flattering styles such as

2 Subdivision, & 3) j PETITE ((5'OR\ UNDER) f fIi this 3-button suit with natural shoulders, flatteringfit
Plat Book

Public Florida. : FULL PLEATED + and comfort: you get all that's new in a new
You are
Is return April date 6, SKIRTS. SMARTPINSTRIPES Kuppenheimer. Come in today while our stocks are

fore defense.drews.said If !I ;: : ) jj at their peak. Kuppenheimer suits starts at $100.00

address Is Y's I
Florida and IN STYLES SHOWN. h
the Clerk

fesso above Florida will;styled i1 OTHER SIMILAR j 1

cuit Judges STYLES TO SELECT t
cuit of
of the .t
day of FROM.Budget .
J. B.
Deputy .
(3137) 3;'. Dresses- Floor byVAN


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