Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00063
 Material Information
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 6, 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
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00063
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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1 y By HAROLD-RUMMEL "at least for the mayor.- He Of Oswald SlayingLAST By JEAN CARVERSun his three '

1 c Sun Staff Writer said, however, that he hadn't Staff WriterA Winn .t

City Commission candidate thought enough about the sub- crowd of 400 in the last ,

Arnold Butt drew sharp rebuts ject to recommerd an amount. clapping sometimes "Young

last night when he took an uncertain That's a strange statement," Gainesville citizens backed by the

stand on whether commissioners his opponent Jim Richardsonshot NoEmotioll four City Commission the SAE fill-
1 .J. should receive a back. DRY WEEK-END' dates state their beautifi-

salary.He Richardson held alof a copy sitions last night.It landscape and

t drew hisses from the} au- of a report made by the Civic Alachua County is in for another every night since then, but he was the second; parking
dience and incredulous retort- Action Association. He told the dry weekend. Liquor lie- still hasn't been able to com- opponents Mayor Byron of fir emen's

.I' from his opponent. audience that Butt's name topped : censes won't be issued until plete consideration of the coun- and Dr. Edwin Andrews to the force,

f ,J.:. They fame after he answered a list of' signatures at its "about the middle of next ty's applications.He's At Trial group one candidates force, increas-

a question posed by the audience end. Then he read from the re week," the Sun learned this Butt and James force, addi n g
!J during the citywide rally been attending hearings
t morning. guards, more
The forum
,( sponsored by the of port.He outside of Tallahassee each day,
League quoted it as recommending "There's still work to be the Gainesville of stabiliza-
DALLAS League .
and returning to the capital at (AP-Jack Ruby,
f Women Voters and the
Jayceesin a salary of "at least $3,600"for done," State
Depart- streets
Beverage en Voters and the rezon-
Sitting in court today, saw
in the Gainesville School night.In a
I High the now unpaid commis- ment Director Richard B. Keat- Each candidate to business
motion picture of the scene in
Auditorium last night.
; sioners. ing said. disclosing this morning that
opening statement. commiss i ion,
h which he shot down Lee Har-
Butt said he favored salaries, "But my opponent doesn't Earlier in the week, Keating there will be a further delay, from the audience Citiz-
Oswald last
t have any ideas," he said. hoped to issue the licenses to- Keating said hopefully that the vey Nov. 24. the candidates closed a full time

Four More Noise from the audience day. He said this morning thathe's licenses will be ready for issuance Ruby leaned forward, cup- hour meeting with a stopped the
Butt and Richardson- ping his chin in his hands. He
ween been working late into by mid-week. ute summary.In downtown, trial
i..owned out a brief exchange stared intently during the short his
introductory parking
sitting together at the speakers film. He showed no signs of
1 Qualify drews said he felt the 1 n s down-
table on .he auditorium emotion. er consolidation of all

Four candidates have stage. City Planner Morgan The film originally was sent"live" ments under the city ( on Page 2))
When the noise died Richardson
over television. There
er's control was
,l k qualified to run with the coun- said, "Then what did you were numerous reruns but for about nothing. We \

t ty clerk's office.Qualifying sign your name to it for?" Butt Ruby this was the first time he "
ficiently now.
for the May 5 primary asked moderator Jim Reveals
Quincyfor ResignationDonald had seen the picture.His He said the system
were: a chance for rebuttal. But figure was barely have been consolidated
r: recog- at UF
James Wershow for the Ala-
the rules of
Quincy, following
nizable in the picture-a man ago if we had wanted
chua County Commission. the meeting, denied the re 0. Morgan, a major
in a black suit suddenly "Too much time is
Sheriff Joe Crevasse for feI contributor to the and direction .
quest. plan -
moved toward Oswald, the ac- spent talking about
I I election. He that Butt of Gainesville's I
suggested save "
I cused assassin of President ies, Andrews said.
Tax Assessor Pierce Smith for his explanation for a short timeat growth for the last three years,
and shot him at close Winn said he
I his first full term. the end of questioning when announced yesterday that he's Kennedy Reeves Jr., pro-
., see a healthy interest
I Willard Williams for reelec- each candidate would be provided leaving.He. a : range. of the depart-
I tion to the Board of Public In- time to make a state- resigned from the City The jury was not present dur- ing in city government."If in the Uni
ing the first showing of the pic- there had been of
struction. mer. to be-
Planning Department
lic interest in the
Butt didn't have to wait how- ture. The eight men and four past early today in
Qualifying deadline is March come senior planner for Palm would find with
women on the panel were to be you us of a heart ail-
17. (See BUTT on Page 2)) Beach County. paved streets and less
brought in later. 39 years old.
Questioned about Morgan's has been in jail since he noted.
Ruby of
resignation at last night's Jay- Winn said the major one j
the Nov. 24 shooting and has in
Greek'Monal.ch cee-League of Women Voters the campaign is, "Who radiologists \
sh not been allowed to see televi-
forum Mayor Byron Winn said sion reruns of the action. want to represent you,j'.J ,
a native of Fort
the planner had been very ill your taxes, rezone your
1 Ruby, 52, operator of a girlie- came to the Un-
and in health. ?
poor ty, spend your money
show nightclub in Dallas, is the depart
Paul Dies fer mself as best
for your
(Morgan was hospitalized charged with murder with mal- in 1958. He ;
didate. .
six weeks after a lung collap-
ice. Dist. Atty. Henry M. Wade of the Univer-
said the Civic
sed late last )
year. he will demand a verdictof and received
t ATHENS (AP-King) Paul of who was at his father's bedside, Winn said Morgan had told says death in the electric chair. Assn. (CAA) is not from

I t Greece died today, six days aft- succeeds his father. Paul has him that he would be remov- "I am." I

; er he was stricken by complica- handed over his royal powersto (See MORGAN on Page 2) MORGANMissing (See RUBY on Page 2) Citing the 1947.
to the Univer-
tions from a stomach operation. his son by making him regent -
Dr. Reeves was
t A terse announcement by the Feb. 20. That was the day i i
at the
I Information Ministry dashed before he underwent an emer- i
Court Tables Motion General Hospit-
: glimmering hopes of the Greek gency four-hour operation for a in radiolo- t

I nation that a brief morning rally stomach ulcer. Medical

meant the 62-year-old mon- Paul ascended the throne in
a member of
; arch might survive. the spring of 1947 at the deathof '
of Radio
College (
I Crown Prince Constantine, 23, his brother, George II. of its Com

t( called A team the of operation five physicians successfuland had For Foreclosure Decree Standards and

Another Chance .
/ for many days the King
I was a
was reported making a steady
For CandidatesTo recovery.But A motion to move forward liam C. Andrews was ( on Page 2)
with a foreclosure decree in the Schwarz to testify.
on March 1 he came down
i trial of 19 home repair 'mortgage Witness Found represented Florida
blood clot
a in his right ,
Go on Record suits was made and then when it operated here.
leg and the next day developed
tabled here He made title checks
another blood clot in his left yesterday.
If you want to hear the City lung. Circuit Judge John A. H. Mur- To Testify Today"The erty for Homecraft and
Commission candidates "f o r But he
Earlier today, the sixth of themonarch's phree ordered the trial to pro- legal papers. ,
the record, you'll have two ceed. never witnessed the
I chances in the week. ordeal, a medical
bulletin said he "showed a Elton H. Schwarz made the most that's been estab- ing that there might be some- of notes and

Saturday, candidates will be slight improvement." motion yesterday afternoon, lished is that"Florida Homecraft thing wrong wih the mortgagesor Homecraft. He said that

available for questions and an- The bulletin did not changethe claiming that the defense hadn't breached its contracts," he said. the deals that gave rise to was done by Homecraft

swers at a barbecue and polit- grim assessment by the proven that there was fraud involved "And this isn't a breach of them, she said. themselves.In .

ical rally at the VFW Hall on ;palace physicians Wednesdaythat in ,the. mortgages and contract action." The mortgages cover the prop- another move )'

Waldo Road. The dollar a medical science could do that the hands of his firm hadn't Defense Attorney Karlene erties of Alachua County Ne the court learned that a
plate barbecue begins at 4 for the been tainted. witness had been
no more king.A Hussey countered with claims groes. Many of the propertiesare
p.m. and is public. palace source said the king "It's admitted that these individuals that Schwarz' firm, Guar ant y virtually worthless.All would appear te

Next Thursday at 8:30: p. m. had opened his eyes this morn- made bad bargains," Mortgage and Insurance Com- the property owners claim morning.

the candidates will speak at a ing, saw his tfife Queen Frederika Schwarz said. pany, had not proved that it that Florida Homecraft didn't He's Charles

forum at the Holiday Inn spon- and his son and murmered: "I feel we have quite a number purchased in good faith. complete work on their proper- man who ran the n

sored by the Jaycees.The "I feel a little better." of individuals who have She said the fact that the ty. originally bought the >y

meeting will be openedto Paul received Holy Commu- been taken advantage of," he mortgages were bought by Many allege forgery and trick- pair mortgages from

the public at 8:30: after the nion Thursday. Hours later the added. But he claimed that the Guaranty at a discounted price ery. craft. Attorney

Jaycee dinner. It will also be doctors said his condition was firm he represents, bought the should have put the firm on In other action yesterday after- subpoenaed him Monday

broadcast over WGGG. "becoming worse and worse." mortgages in good faith. guard. It was reasonable warn- noon, Gainesville Attorney Wilt (See COURT on )

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II! I ,k From Page 1 town next week, increased WinnI understand from ivity should be restricted.

rl J r --- construction putting the what I read in the paper that Winn-No. And I voted aga- from the "unreasonable zoning -' of Planners. He's married and :

\"1 ; lis.running-mate, Mayor Byron from the candidates. some help a few commas and I city in the state's top 10 list the code still under study by inst it. A child with a well be- requests he faces everyday the father of two boys and a f I

i I f.I.'I Winn. They all supported the committee periods from my wife. for the first time this year, no the plan board has not been haved dog should not be deprived in trying to maintain some I I ,.

t/ I Winn explained that he too and the way the city's The candidates were asked tax increase and more mon- changed. The unsafe housing of its companionship semblance of a master zoning' girl.More

i ,,jras at the meeting where saliries race relations have been han what they thought of suggestions ey budgeted for capital im ordinance already gives the city walking down the street., plan." About to

q) ,were recommended by the dled. that a law was needed to 'require -provements. the power to repair or demolish Winn also said Dennis Leh-

' '1J UAA for the commissioners, But Richardson proposed an city candidates to publishthe In his summary Andrews not (unsafe housing). There are In his summation Winn said man of the planning staff had. :

S Bill I voted against it." extended treatment program for names of their campaign ed that Winn referred to many other provisions of the he had been accused of act- resigned for a "bigger bet ReevesFrom

. Candidate Butt drew hisses race relations here in the future. contributors. Both men said things that have been done new code that vary from the old ing for the CAA. ter job." .

I' I -:jjjthe= audience when he He wants a "Citizens Task they wouldn't oppose it and were and said he would list only one one. There has been no city He noted that in the last Morgan's been city planner Pane 1 .

! ;I wid. "like Mayor Winn," he Force" that would start preparing willing for the public to know or two that could not be term- commission action. year only two of five members here since 1961. I .
t I oo had voted against the CAA immediately for smooth, who supported them. ed accomplishments of the named to the plan board were While attending the University -I ber of the Radiological Socie-

alary" recommendation. He successful and peaceful deseg- Richardson was asked if he commission "as a whole. Why were sewer assessments CAA members. of Florida from 1958 to 1961,I ty of North America As ch?:r-

;I' ; ; nade the statement after being regation of the county's schools.He had read the proposed Housing "I don't intend to cite Individual raised from $2 to $3 a foot? And "Ask them who exerts in- he worked as a part time 1 man of the society's refresher

: isked whether city advisory said it would work closely code and if he had, what did accomplishments," Andrews did you favor this? fluence on them in confidence assistant in the department. In course committee he was responsible

i I f Oard members should be paid. with the Bi-Racial Committee. he think of it. said. "I want to be on AndrewsI assume this was sometime," Winn told the aud- the summers he worked full- for the continuing education -

; While the audience hissed "School desegregation is comIng Two weeks ago he admitted a team to really serve Gaines- the recommendation of the city ience. time. i of radiologists all over -

3utt, Richardson stood, shook" and there's all too little that he hadn't read it. yule?. engineer and this was weighed The mayor noted that he had He holds a degree in landscape the United States.

& head and tossed his copy of' planning for it," he said. Last night he said that it had Here are Winn's and An- against the estimated costs. This pointed out the emergency pro- architecture. As a member of the Florida

ZVAA report to the floor In If the city and county don't been read and that he feared drews' answers to the questionsfrom was not to make money.I visions of the housing ordinance Before coming to Gainesvillehe Nuclear Commission, he was

nnt.of, toe speakus table. prepare for it, they'll be in the there might be some infringement the audience: don't remember if I voted when it came to the city com went to school in Californiaand one of the authors of Florida's

1 Richardson repeatedly fired position of a fire department I of individual rights included How do you think personneland for or against. I probably did. mission and was sent back to in his native South Bend, preparedness plan for nuclear

t.: j arbs at his opponents Butt putting out fires, Richardsonsaid. in the code's Emergency purchasing should be coo the plan board."I Ind. He also served in the disaster.Dr. .

t j. md his backer the CAA. "1 think this task force Clause for enforcement. He inated? Do you believe that a candidate remind you of two in- Navy. He worked briefly for a Reeves was a memberof

''j I'll 'lae able tj run my cam would be one of the finest things said he generally supported the Winn Under the city man- dedicated to a party or dependently-supported! candidates -West Palm Beach paving com the Alachua County Medi-

I I'f >aign on my earn without hangng this community could do to pre- code. ager, who is the agent and arm bloc can be a good representative into the two years ago who popped pany. cal Society and the Florida Me-

.on someone else's coat- pare for it." Butt was questioned about the of the city commission. for the community as a campaign after the announced He's a member of the Flori-- dical Association. He was a special

ails," he told the audience, Butt sup p o rted strongly the provision in the code allowing Andrews Use a common I whole? out candidate was in with da Planning. and Zoning Association consultant to the Clinical
I -eferring to Butt running as a continuance of the Bi Racial I the city to levy a lien on prop- purchasing system and have a Winn -No. I assume this any after opposition. Both withdrew and one of its district Research Training Committeeof

:AA-backed team with incum- I committee's activity and said ;'erty for repairs that the owner personnel advisor. He suggested .means a candidate tied to a Andrews three to five days. directors, a member of the the U. S. Public Health Ser

leitL"Mayor Bryon Winn. he thought its past action had refuses to make himself.He establishing a committee of group's platform. I have publicly paign should said he felt the cam- American Society of Planning vice.He

I "I'm not on anyone's coat- helped Immeasurably."We said the provision was the specialists to recommend improvements stated my platform' and my the emphasize where officials and a provisional mem- is survived by his parents -

I ails..but if I was, they probably can't afford to have seclit same that's already included in for the utilities de record of three years. You can city is going.He ber of the American Institute Mr. and Mrs. John D.
would be Mayor's. Winn's" Butt the dangerous building .ordi see if I have, followed it or not. said racial problems will Reeves of Houston; a sister,
ond class citizens more partment.
,t 'I: eplied. than we can afford to any have dilapidated nance that's been on the books call for sincere efforts to finding More About Mrs. E. J. Hoffman of Bay-

I Richardson also said refer- housing it's ridiculous for some years. "We've demolished If you believe that local build What is the role of city government the right answers and I town, Texas; a son, John D.

ing again to Butt's CAA-back- ," he said. hundreds of houses underit ers should build low rental for desegregating Gain make all efforts to maintain' III, and a daughter, Barbara

; d campaign "I didn't have an To another question, If you but never have had to use housing why are you opposingthe esville and what do you thinkof harmony.He Ruby Jean, both of Idaho Falls Ida-

I r.( sues committee to write my aren't in favor of consolidatingcity the lien clause," he said.A housing code? the bi-racial committee: What said southeast Gainesvillehas ho. John D. and Barbara Jean

p .latform for me." government under the city question about the candi- Andrews I think builders about the future? been ignored, citing "tre ;I are the children of Dr. Reeves

i I His statement followed the sal- manager, then what? Butt declined dates stand on a dog leash law should be encouraged to build Andrews-City government mendous needs" in the area. We From Page 1 and his former wife, Mrs. Phil-

{,'l ry Bispute by scant minutes to reply."I drew some of the few "light" replies -low rental housing. The housing legally doesn't have a great dealto need construction and jobs for The defense says Ruby was ip Schulman, of Idaho Falls.
'f I! nd failed to elicit a reply from heard in the political meet- the people there. Burial will be in Houston but
ill' am in favor of it, he said. code is so drastic that a man do. Much is being done by temporarily insane when he shot
H lutt. I "I'll respond like Mr. Winn. ing."My can hardly maintain his own civil rights legislation from Andrews also said park areas Oswald, the accused assassin of arrangements are incomplete.

In still another barb, Richard did." I neighbors prob--house. I believe in good, solid Washington and we will be told were needed for older people, President John F. Kennedy.

I I on raised a stack of papers ov Richardson said he could I. ably would be better off if I housing. x to do things but the problem L saying facilities for old peoplein Some testimony about Ruby's Gainesville Sun

f J r his head and told the audi- Think of a number of ways of leashed my children" Richardson should be handled locally. We the city are non-existent and alleged motive is in the record,

: f I nce that he "recommended it apporaching the consolidation of said. Do you think the majority of should stay away from radi. this is a "sorry condition." and Wade indicated his last wit- Saturday.Published and evenings Sunday except mornings -

..1 '\ s required reading for the vot- government problem. He sug- But he went on record as "op businessmen believe they shoulddo calism. I am in favor of the The physician said the city nesses may tell more. by the Gainesville Publishing

i jt rs." gested setting up a centralized posed." what they please with their bi-racial committee. should provide areas for old peo1 "They'll relate what Company at 101 SE
: I The stack of papers was purchasing program to promote Butt said he generally was In property? "Noting that he understoodthe 1 I pie to walk and sit. when happened" 2nd Place.' Gainesville. Florida, .\
Guard they arrested Ruby, and entered as second class
f I Changing of the : agreement with proponents of a Andrews I believe that bi-racial committee was Andrews said not
economy in city government.The a nearly as Wade said "and matter at the Post Office at
J ,II :ainesville 1963," a thesis writ- candidates were asked to full leash law. person with his own propertyas created by the city commission, much has been done for down- ments made by repeat him Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION .
!n.by a University of Florida Before and after he said he got the on state-I
; define "Old Guard. Jast night's long as he is not being a impression L town revitalization as should be fifth floor." RATES BY
f raduate student about the Butt said it's the group of I question and answer session, nuisance or dangerous (with his from Winn that the mayor con- done. Police wrestled to the CARRIER OR MAIL

,J I AA's success in electing two of manipulators who used to havea each candidate had several minutes use of the land) and is not en- sidered it his" Winn explainedthat All five commissioners must ground and then took Ruby him to the' 1 Week .45

I'l .I s men to the City Commission majoTity of the City Commission to summarize his views and dangering or deteriorating the he was given the authority work to sol v e these problems.We fifth floor of police headquarters 'I 3 Mos. $5.85
I ist ear. for his election. to create the committee and
> votes. He said he had argue i neighborhood should have one need
more jobs business -
more immediately after he had shot
i showed he was of his All man subset iptlons must
He said the report proud selections.
.f watch city government for sev- Butt said Richardson had "de vote on the plan board as to Winn The selection and payrolls. And we need Oswald. T. D. McMillon, a be paid in advance.
hat the CAA was doing to eral and "that to get scribed himself what should be done with his of the
I years as a very great better C h a mber of Commerce sandy-haired officer
young ,
.iainesville.I. people were mine and I'm proud Member of Audit Bureau of
I 1 certain things done you needed expert on many things. Then property. for said had talked
of that. We must maintain cooperation a healthy business Ruby about his Circulation.All .
Questions and answers con.II jus-
i to know certain people. he recalled that Richardson had '
motive in
attitude for Oswald.
tice. You can't that needed shooting
nued for about 90 minutes last Richardson said that if merely talked in reserved tones of the Do you favor a minimum ignore the individual else in that conversation material contained herein Is
needs of individual stability, Andrews concluded. (with the property of the GainesvilleI
II ighf with the candidates re- being in Gainesville for many housing code as it stands, and $300 or any salary for city commissioners peo Ruby) dealing with he I Publishing Company. (c) 19<<. Re-
ple. About what is why
) being the spot. the "Old I In whole or In part Is
eatedly put on I production
I asked what it
him would ? More
years qualified as a member cost to finance Guard," I don't look About killed Lee Harvey Oswald?" J strictly forbidden without the writtenI
They reviewed their views on of the "Old Guard," "then it as it's written. Winn You can't pay a commissioner on people Wade asked. permission of the publisher.
.J ic issues themselves and each I'm of it." what he's worth. who have lived here 10 or .-.-
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ther. A about how the 20 years or whether they lived CourtFrom
: boards much time-
Many give II
Butt said
'I recalling the cost
Richardson asked who here before annexation. It is
J andidates felt about the train was !
of police fire and health regulation -plan board library board and "Old Guard" when he's deaf in .
him write
I Gainesville's race relations helped hisplatform. I 1
fJ) enforcement in depressed the city beautification board Page PETE
i 1 nd fa activity of the Bi-Ra- "This was written over a period one ear-the ear turned againstthe
areas of the city. I for example. I am opposed to people. And the pear, but it wasn't until yesterday
t:1: -Committee, drew almost of 20 years, he said. "The for commis- people on
"If this is a fundamental Mr. a salary county the bi-racial committee not that sheriff's deputies were
J it ic pnly agreeable sounds heard night it was formalized I hadGAINESVILLE are ;
) sioners in of the fact that
n Richardson has missed. I Su!!. spite I deaf in either ear. Regardlessof !able to find him to serve the ,

I gest he catch up," Butt said. county commissioners get $250a color or economic position,, I subpoena. REALLY
Weather Roundup In his opening remarks, Butt month. I hope never to be the city commission can't ignore Schwarz said he had been notified
There's to
: put himself on record as favoring mayor again. more the needs of the people. that deputies in Ham-
: the job than cutting ribbons mond's home
a thorough study and revision county Pinellas
i: A \. of the city charter, sup and opening speaking businesses.at conventions The dutiesare and Do you favor a leash law? had served the paper yester- NEEDS
B the decisions of the Andrews-No. But dog act day.
I 'I .. : ';" : \ ,porting Plan increasing. Just answering
t Board and favoring the housing
: calls at place of
code. my
It c;' .. ";_ work is full time. We need
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j I B C D-Fair through Sat- \ t a.1 -... \ \ form as published in an advertisement hall.Andrews
:1 Low tonight in 403, No I think
rday.; : "no stand at all. pay. I
!1 igh""S.a t u r day 68 to 74. \ \ there should be no salary andI WINNER! ;
I Northeast to east 8 to 18 a. "If my opponent can't under too, was mayor.
mile, winds becoming south- stand it, I'll draw pictures for *
E 1:1 him," Richardson replied in his Sould financial I
I easterly Saturday. opening remarks. campaign reports g r (ab
ZONES of city candidates be required -
A-Partly cloudy and warmer this I \I Richardson said he favored a by law and be published? .
'tt moon. tonight and Saturday. a. I ... Winn Such a law would be .
Lowest tonight 44 to SO. Highest permanent electrical inter-tie I 4 *
Saturday in the 60s. H.... I..J with another electric : proper. Spending practices are factory authorized *
E F-Fair through Saturday. Low company .
tonight 48 to 54. high Saturday -.\..&I. to be used in case of failure at: getting somewhat extravagent.It '
fiddle 70s. Northeast to east 10 to would be to establish
.0 mile winds becoming southeasterly the Gainesville plant. helpful 4'
aturday.. who is supporting who. I would ANNUALSALEPOR I '
H I-Fair through Saturday. Low He said he has favored it for t .' .. I
,. cnlght In 50s. high Saturday around w1.. not object to publishing mine.It f
I JO. Northeast to east I to 18 mile 15 years. would create a better climateof
winds becoming southeasterly Satur-
lay. who is working for which
He said he A LIMITED TIME _
G J-Fair through Saturday. Low WEATHER was againt decis- candidate for office.
onigM 60 to 65. high Saurday 75 toNorlhettt ions being made by one "bloc, NOW IN PROGRESS AT
O. to eat 1 to It mil* Andrews I have no objections I
} I rin..' Municipal Airport readingsfor or bloc builders," referring to .
K- atr" through Saturday. low 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: the CAA majority that now dom- to anyone knowing. I
I onlgM middle 60s. high Saturday 78. amazed because I didn'tknow
o JortheMt to east 10 to II milt winds. High 74 at 4 p.m., low 43 at inates the Commission.In am TECH TV : _
7 a.m. No rain.MARINE myself who was
TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE winding up his arguments ing me until I saw support-I.
I 122 N.W. 16th Ave. Phone 372-0433
High Low Prclp.arw1tl Richardson recalled times. Some
............ FORECAST his exper- many say Bank .
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; A ....1................. 79 43 64 ience as a municipal finance are hundreds who are contributing Financing Open Fri. 'Til 9 p.m. + 4..: -
'ampa .................. n 52 EAST GULF: Northeast to east I I
,tlanta ................ 59 32 .22 winds 8 to 18 knots becoming southeaston consultant. "I believe I've had and working and I am for
S low Orleans .......... 62 36 Saturday. Fair. much b r 0 a d er experience in the: people who contribute to
p I low York .............. 71 31 .OJ
Vshington ............ 77 39 government than just planningand Winn[ and all candidates. I'm
hicago ...............36
2t land use.OJ His for and and
:ansas City ............ 46 39lenl ALMANAC opponent you you you.
r ............... 44 22 Butt, is a chairman of the *
Sunset .......... .. City
.. today. .
Worth .............. 61 51 '33 pm.
; .os Angeles ............ 64 50 Sunrise tomorrow .......... 6:48 am. Plan Board and is active in the How do the powers!? of the pre-
cattle .KEY. .....fiDESSaturdayHigh.......... 48 37UJUt Moonrise PROMINENT tomorrow STARS....... 2:08 am. city's planning and zoning cir :sent and proposed now housing

ot 10:26: a.m. and lisa Pleiades high in west 8OJ: p.m. cles. code differ? t
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31 p.m. Low at 2:30 a.m. and 1:3S midnight. --
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l' Temperatures will averageirH3Q extreme south. The forecast _
t five degrees above the calls for warmer weather Satur- .

!lasonal normals during the day and Sunday with cooler temperatures i Pete really feels
t i' 2ay period ending Wednes. occurring around the ''v FOR

; ijrThe: normal high ranges first of the week. Rainfall will 789
om-lhe low seventies in the average from one-quarter inchor : : GOVERNORCOMMITTEE generous .

jrttirto.! the high seventies in less __
I f I( Ie 59 th. Normal lows range one-half over inch southern or more portions in north to ____ _* An the early doers

t ora.tb.e high forties in the ex- ern districts. Showers will occur .

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11+a Florida I City Due New Public Works ChiefAlan i iI Ring To Speak 1 real estate appraisal authorit'-- I

j Congressmen from: the United States amon f>
, I In i Montreal I.the eight conference speaken *
G. Hardin, the city's I department. He also answer- and the American Society of! will deliver three papers an :'
assistant public works direc-a t ed complaints from residents!!I Civil Engineers. He's register. I,
::1 : ::1 Oppose Salary Hike tor for two jears, is movingup ed as an engineer in both Flor-| Next'Veek serve as a panel member dm II
a notch to full director Hardin came here from his ida and Tennessee. I :ing the three day meeting. e
March 15. native, Tennessee.For II Dr. Alfred A. Ring, head of .. tHis -
I I I the Department of Real Estate 11 I addresses will be tram
'.i I I i t1 WASHINGTON CAP) A ma- The bill was cleared by the On that day, veteran head of KK the six months before Grandma Filled j and Urban Land Studies at the,,la ted simultaneously 4nt ,.
" : (.1'? jority of the Florida House dele- Rules Committee March 4 for t,the Public Works Department coming, he was assistant chief University of Florida, will address -!I I I French for the benefit Jrenc
t' ,13* gallon is against a pay raise bill I floor action next week by an 8-3 I Charles Angel will leave for engineer of a Tennessee \eter-, READING, Pa. (AP-An 82-' a national conference of I 4J *
which would boost their own sal- vote. A roll call vote the issue MN ans hospital. J speaking conference member
, on a new job working in the Cape I I II year-old woman was fined $100 Canadian real estate appraisers:'
aries by $10,000 a year to $32-:(will develop only if one-fifth of I Canaveral area. I Before that, he served as city'I;Thursday and placed on proba- in Montreal next week. j iof' the Appraisal Institute Sf.Ci
J: 1 00- I!the members present on the! (engineer of his home town,.tion until her 100th birthday for! He will be keynote speakerfor I I nada. .
| J .A poll of the 12-man delegation floor it. Angel announced his resignation Johnson He also has':
request t City. unlawfully selling and: .
YT liquor the 27th National Conference ,
I week H.I
about He said
J'' .t a showed that only Rep. Dante a ago. worked for the Tennessee,beer I I
i i Four Florida members-Hal-,he was drawn by the heightened J and Lecture Series of the Appraisal -I
; | Fascell, D, would support the Highway Department, a Kansas .
.1'11{ measure in its present formI ey( Herlong,Matthews and Sikes opportunity of the job offered : construction company and :Mrs Laura Bayard of Read-' Institute of Canada 1 I Calling ;
,-said they will ask for a roll I' him in Brevard County.: ing said'she sold the liquor to March 8 through 10
4 when it comes to the House floor the Clinchfield Railroad.He
}I t I il call i vote. Others, including City Manager Bill Green expressed I. supplement her relief checks. I Dr Ring, who will be the only -
next week
r : served as a first lieutenant -
Sam Gibbons, and regret at his leaving. -
i" Reps. Bob Sikes, Don Fuqua,!!I Reps. ; in the Air Force for two All -:
1 fy, t James A. Haley, A. Sydney Her I i Gurney, said they would support t I Yesterday Green was optimistic -i j Dears.i .
I long, D. R. (Billy) Matthews,!'[I a roll call vote request but about Hardin taking over i i Hardin holds a civil engi- : Decorator. Styled
-" :probably would not ask for one'the Public Works Department,
Paul G. Rogers Charles E. Ben-j I I from the
I neering degree Uni-i
nett, and Claude all ;the biggest single departmentin ILtRDLN I
I Pepper i versity of Tennessee which he Guards!
t lie. Democrats, and Edward J. Gur-j i Sens. Spessard L. Holland and; city. : 'got in 1953. '
he'll ,
partment now head DRAPERY FABRICS;
i I "We feel his
background, experience : rw
ney Republican, told a rc rter j George A. Smathers. Florida Here in Gainesville he lives
and education I II Green said. .
''' I qualify II } ,
r they would not support the bill'I 'Democrats, were asked whether with his wife, Betty. and
i /* for so long as it included the!!they would support the pay raise I:(I him well for this job," Green.i As assistant director Hardinwas three sons and two daughtersat "
c $10,000 annual increase for members -;bill when it comes to the Senate i said.Hardin's I the Public Works Depart-. 1015 NW 34th Terrace. I Old Guard
i,'* of Congress. J JHi |if it then still includes the $10,000:I background here during -:ment's chief. field man. He supervised -They're members of the First atDISCOUNT
the last two has .
ii' "I think too much money is raise for members of Congress.i years giv-, sewer construction, Christian Church. I
ti involved in this bill. Some of the: Smathers said he is undecided.I I en him of a the close working knowledge street building, refuse collection He's a member of the American New Guard
,1 p increases called for. including*Holland said he would vote I, city and the det t and-worked-- with the building Public Works Association,t I PRICES I
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those for members of Congress, against the bill if it reachesthe i Guard'
should be lowered," Sikes told Senate in its present form UFtoH o StConference I Young
a reporter. I I'and, additionally, would ask fora WHO?, GEORGE SPARKS I : '
The bill includes pay raises for] roll call vote if the measure : "tJt. Gator Guards:
most other federal worker at fcgpnes up for a decision un- .
II would add about $545 million tot i changed. Smathers said he is j I; History teachers from the j j I WHAT? A TO Z SALE : 'The::Furniture Manufacturers
would ask
a federal payroll now running undecided whether he state's Hurricane
junior and senior colleges I
i MARCH 7th
than $14 billion a for a roll call vote.
more year I II will meet on the University of
I I Florida Campus tomorrow for a I WHEN? 1 P.M. 5 P.M. I AMPLE HOUS : Guards \
f'l I II one-day conference. r
I State President Candidate Registration begins at 9:15 I; :

(IIt i ), !I i I a.m. in the University Library.l WHERE? 750 N.W. 34th Street South Main St. at S.W. 13th St. PKY Guards I Ii
About 150 are expecected to attend -! I
V Asks Local Jaycee Support I --.-- I .... Middle .
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,. I An appearance by Rick ed explorer and world traveler, I
I 11 1 Hall the only announced I I highlighted the weekly meeting \ I I Guards
s candidate for state presi-: of the Gainesville Jaycees
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: ) dent of the Junior Chamber -yesterday,: at the Primrose Inn.
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of Commerce and a talk]1 1I' | Hall appeared to ask the, i Right
and movie by Bill Wesley, not-;i i club for their support at the i iI
i ; t i iJ I state convention to be held in;, AZALEAS IIIl C : Guards
J CluhhersI June. He was runner-up last,
,. Key ,year to the current state president -:
!: of the Florida Jaycees,! Shotgun Guard*
I. I:' To Meet Here I Cody Bailey of Fort Pierce. : ,

< S ; Hall spoke briefly on his,
Saturday I ideas i and concepts of a new,i each BodyguardsVanguards.
philosophy for Jaycees.
j ,. 'I
Politics will headline the "We need to put more em-
; vi agenda as 80 Key Club members -,,'phasis in leadership training I l FORMOSA-ELEGANS AND SOUTHERN CHARM LINERS ,
'at the local level to
d from Gainesville, Palatka really]I
and Ocala gather in Gainesville'make this program work the,;
to elect lieutenant:way it is intended" he said. Avant-guards
Saturday a
governor for Florida district I"Too many people say 'let is having Spring Open
18. George do it', if we don't do it I
"who will?" weekend and BEVILLE'S offers Lifeguards
Friday Saturday Sunday.
'. Campaigning will start at Wesley presented one of\ ,
10:30: a.m. Saturday at P. K.I his wife's films made in
{ Yonge, the host school, accord'!I junction with world traveler con-I large selection of landscape, greenhouse and annual plants.
ing to Don Hope. Key Club com'mand Denis entitled "% 1963
t mittee ,chairman of the University '\Across Burma." I: Our Special this weekend is the many varieties of Azaleas: ; in bloom I Voting
II!1 City Kiwanis Club. I I Ii

t t I Lunch will be held at the University -iI'1 i i Sabbath Service I I and bud. Laggards
Inn, and Dr. Harry I
'It Philpott university vice presi-i I Sabbath services at Congregation -:
( i dent, will be the guest speaker.Joe B'Nai israel will beheld I AZALEAS : Coast Guard

1J, Boyles, PKY sophomore,I( tonight at 8 o'clock at the i I&fr
I' is expected to be a candidate,synagogue, SW Second Place i i Home Guard
I for the district office. and SW Second Terrace I 44ct
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:! I i; :: :: ice President and Ad- eign aid can go astray is be- and political rights and
J University City' TertlslBf DireeUrt BOB TAETAGLJONE. By RALPH McGILLFnlitirr ing demonstrated in the West growingly oriented to the his brother in all important rapidly becoming an undis- '*
Prize Winning Publisher .
: 'Tic President and Ctrenltt *- Of tile Atlnta. (Gi.) ConsUtotlM; African Republic of Ghana. Soviet Union. There was too affairs. There was a sort of guised Marxist state." ;

, n Manager. Some serious second thoughtsare much emotion involved. Nkru Ghana cult. The Departmentof

now bothering officials mah was an American edu- State printed and distributed THE OUTLINES of all this

1 1' r THE SUN'S POLICY RequiredEducation who insisted against adviceto cated African who had risento laudatory propaganda documents were visible two and three

1. Report the news fully and impartially; in the news columns. the contrary, on buildingan head a freed colony. We about Ghana which years ago and U. S. officials
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only m-ed'rmials aluminum smelting and would help the colonially oppressed sound ludicrous in the lightof cannot claim they were not

f 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issoes. power complex on the turgid rise to new standards later events. Ghana was forewarned. If it is true that
Volta River in the former Bri- of life align Ghana with the pictured as an African republic Ghana is a "second Cuba" t

\ The Sun's telephones : All Departments-372-8441 tish Colony.It United States and improve our with increasing ties of or "rapidly becoming an

1 Want Ads-376-4672 At 18? is too late to do anything position in all of Africa by friendship tot h e United undisguished Marxist state,"

about the Volta River dam this fine example of constructive States, and Nkrumah as a then we should recognize whatwe

I itself. The construction is too American generosity.But reformer fighting reactionary are doing. We are helping

Secretary of Labor Willard far along. But it is not too the project has gone interests of his new country Ghana become a sell-support

Atheism and Civil Rights Wirtz proposed to a sympos- late to reconsider the alumi sour because it is now evident with broad popular support. ing member of the Communist

ium of government and busi- num smelter facilities and more than two years after the None of this characterization bloc and not merely the
t The civil rights bill passed by the a secular employer could be penalized ness leaders, assembled by that is exactly what is now decision to go into the Volta happens to be true. The Moscow, but the Peiping.
the American Bankers Association concerning both government project, that we are dealing branch.
House contains a little-noticed provision for discriminating against an atheist Peace Corps has been invited
I that compulsory officials and the private aluminum with an authoritarian govern-
that discriminates in favor ofI' so he introduced his amendment, cation be extended to the age interests whose financing ment which is increasingly not officially, of course It may be. as some would

't I'' persons who profess religious belief saying: "It seems incredible that we of 18 and that free public edu- the government is. hostile to the United States. to consider leaving Ghana. argue, that Ghana's ties with
What the Peace
j I cation be provided two years in this The Nkrumah is Corps actually communism will come un-
as compared with non-believers. The could even consider forcing an employer guaranteeing project. government is doing there
beyond high school. merely sup- stuck, and that if we perser-
Something around $100 million not merely uncommitted, it
I provision introduced by Representative hire atheist.
to an plements the public school
Affirmative nods in his audience is involved in this part of is decidedly cool to its bene- vere we finally emerge
John Ashbrook (Rep., Ohio) were in the majority.TIIE the undertaking backed up factor. Nkrumah is no Nehru system and loads some of the with a true friend. Anyone

: I, reads: The debate was long and emotional. SYMPOSIUM discussed by the U. S. government directly and Ghana is not India. cost of this Ghanian functionon who has been in Ghana can-
the United States. Demon- not help having reason to be-
and the other
with employment
One member argued, a mag- or indirectly-
: side of that coin-unemploy- PRESIDENT KENNEDY ONE OF THE interesting strators have stormed the lieve, however, that the hos-
"Notwithstanding any other provision nificent lack of logic, that the una- American embassy. Chinese toward the United
ment. Mr. Wirtz believed two would not credit those who of the Ghana decision
t of this (law), it shall not bean mended bill discriminates in favor of million of the dismaying 3.5 aspects Foreign Minister Chou En-Lai far transcends any temporary

I unlawful employment practice atheists by "guaranteeing" them em- million young persons be- has been given a lavish recep- power alignments. Under \

for an employer to refuse to hire and ployment. The bill guarantees no one tween the ages of 16 and 19 tion. The press of Ghana pub- the best of possible conditionsour
who can't get jobs need to go 1782 lishes a constant barrage of influence there may never -
Seven in
employ any person because of said employment merely the right to be back to school. His conclusion Days May, virulent attack on the U.S. be strong. i'

person's atheistic practices and be- considered on the basis of ability rather is not based on a wish to

II liefs." than race, religion national ori- get them out of the labor A popular novel and a fine moving picture have depicted,

I gin or sex.Representative. force. His reasoning which with a kind of frightening plausibility a military plot for the

Before this amendmentthe was supported by other experts overthrow of the American government. BELOW OLYMPUS By InterlandiT
l who addressed the sym- The United States has never had a Cromwell, a Napoleonor
House had revised the rights James Bromwell posium, was that the approx- a Nasser; it has had a number of generals in the White

I bill to exempt church connected (Rep., la.) cited Webster to show imately two million jobless House, but they have all, in that office, been civilians who had

: schools and other religious organiza- youths lack the skills and edu- once worn their country's uniform.
that and atheism "anti-
religion are cation to qualify for work. Indeed it was one of them-Dwight Eisenhower-who most
( tions from the fair employment
thetical" hen ce discrimination Mr. Wirtz did not suggesta recently warned against undue military influence in matters of

,_ clause on grounds that they should federal program. It is a state. It should be noted, however, that General Eisenhowerwas F
against atheism is not forbidden by'the
be free to discriminate against per matter for the states. Some not thinking in terms of a coup d'etat, but rather of the M k

sons of an other denomination (or "religion" clause. This reasoningis already require compulsory weight of military prestige and the interests associated with F Gi7

j I I atheists) as teachers, administratorsor not persuasive. In -a land where education to 16 years of age. defense production upon the normal processes of government.
Support of junior collegesalso It might be unduly optimistic to believe that the United
even as janitors. This is reason- freedom of religion i is a constitutional would be state 1.
a prob- States could never under any circumstances be exposed to 1 .
able, at least as far as it concerns administrators guarantee the courts certainly would lem. California has moved the peril set forth in "Seven Days in May." -

''" and teachers. Religious not uphold what amounts to a relig- strongly in this field. The city But the extent of our previous immunity and our present

I' 1; belief certainly is a legitimate test ious test as a condition for receivingthe of Los Angeles for example in its confidence has been largely determined by some other Maydays
includes junior colleges
r i for hiring employees of a religious in- equal protection of the law. The program. The state supportsa in 1782 when an exhausted America was moving out i t
of the strains of the into
Revolutionary War an uncertain in
stitution1t Senate ought to kill the Ashbrook steadily increasing num-
ber. Florida also has made dependence.Then t
amendment for the
without waiting a Col. Lewis Nicola, backed by the sentiment of many j
i It then occurred to Ashbrook that courts. substantial progress in estab- Continental officers proposed to George Washington that he
) lishment of the two-year col 'i/i \.
become .
a king.Washington
lege. They are for educationnot '
J for football or campus blistered the colonel, and received an agitated ,

'r I frills. apology in return. Then, in an impassioned plea to Congressto sr

1 WHILE MR. WIRTZ asked relieve the officers of their many distresses, Washington

Voice of the People for state action, it is at once turned the army's wrath aside.It ,
I apparent that the poorer is notable that, when the Continental officers formed an r"54

states -those, for example of organization to carry on their war-time association they nam-

the South, one or two in New ed it the Cincinnati, for the Roman soldier Lucius Quintius -- .
On The Sim's England, and perhaps North Cincinnatus, who after victory returned to his farm. ..
Opinion Page --
and South Dakota-w o u 1 d Thus among George Washington's many claims upon the ;4dlrs ar.i y d
lack the per capita incometo gratitude of his country are those days in May when he refused -
Opinions and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in die Voice of the People column. Letters
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot provide a system of jun- a crown and established the tradition that the militaryserve "I was hit by a heavyweight champion!"
exceed: 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The ior colleges. The additional the state, not rule it. .
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or costs, not merely of construc-
intent. tion but of administrative and

Melrose dent tells me he did not con was changed and the report teaching staffs, would be pro-

High; tact this man, that it is a lie. card to show what the grades hibitive. (We will, in time, THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT
work out a program of federal -
Dispute Disturbs But you can't get them together were originally. aid to equalize this disparity -

t so again, who do you be- And when a class tries to in educating the nation's

EDITOR, Sun: Melr o s e lieve? make money for its projects children and wonder why we Speculation Post-Election
t1 High School is being torn who do the profits go to? I so stubbornly indeed irrationally on LBJJohnon
I have to the superin-
daily because the understand that our tenth -delayed it.)
apart they don't have tendent quite a few times for grade has to turn over every- Bankers and businessmen f
county says help after I was refused by the above the cost of their agreed on the need for more By DAVID LAWRENCEWASHINGTON blems. The
the funds to hire the right thing theory seems to after election, will when he was a Senator from .
i teachers. Our principle can'tand principal. After assuring me school newspaper to t h e"Principal's education and training to What be that negotiating a peace- not be as hard on "civil Texas, or those who believehe t

won't help the parents tosolve for some time he definitely Fund." I nev- adapt workers young and above the-surface in ful settlement of individual local rights" as his predecessorand will continue to behave politically -
could and would do goes on
some er knew that schools had this old-to available jobs. An up- that hence the South as he does during ,
problems concern- thing he later told me he of the labor force national politics is not alwaysa situations would be tried
fund. What is it used for? The grading "
the students. He hedoesn't can afford t "go along. the coming campaign?
I ing says could do nothing till the end of wall-to-wall carpet he has in long has been needed but neither reflection of what is goingon by the administration before
have the to If this becomes wide-
the jear. One of the board his private office or the tea- the Congress nor the average underneath. Thus, it would any severe measures were theory Senator Richard Russellof
do He went so far as spread and sinks in
so. from among
members went so far as to tell chers' the air condi- citizen seems aware appear public opinion applied. Georgia expressed frankly
that he lounge, the Southerners it
to make the statement me if I didn't like how the tioner? while sick childrenlie conditions of employment polls that President Johnson will cer- last Sunday his belief that ,
had orders to let the Vo Ag school was run to take my in the auditorium. Is there of how radically changed are will be re-elected and is going THE WHOLE PICTURE tainly mean a more or less Mr. Johnson could not do otherwise -

t teacher and boys do as they child out. Another one told me one who can answer these There are, for example jobs to carry the South. But being painted of a Johnson perfunctory filibuster in the than to stand by' the
please, although the Superintendent any not filled because there this is directly relatedto Senate on the "civil rights"bill.
I nothing would be done the questions for us? are very administration elected in its House bill and avoid com
of Public Instructionsays rest of the year, and besidesthe not enough persons trained to a word-of-mouth discussion own right is one of concilia- The impression is that promises. But the view 'persists ,,.
I he has the authority. Now high school would be closed Since the students are all fill them. among Democrats in severalof tion and slow motion. This, of the Southern leaders are going nevertheless that, once
who does one believe? minors I went far IN YET ANOTHER illus- the Southern states to the to accept defeat grace-
at a very early date. Now even so as course will placate some of the November election is out
There Is talk that our high he denies this. to go to County Judge Warrenfor tration of the problem, those effect that Lyndon Johnson the Southerners, e s p e c- fully with the cry that of the way the "civil rights"
school will be closed at the help. But there again it with skills live in the wrong will not be the kind of Pres- ially those Democratic politi- "things are not as bad as fight will become a legalistic

end of this school year. Our The principal supposedly resigned seems that he can't help eith- place and won't move because ident after election that he cians who have to run for of- they might have been" and affair.It .
the night of the abovementioned of investment in homeor by claiming that the House
Yo has already er. Our senator tells me I am a finds it necessary to be to- fice this
Ag been department closed one meeting. Yet it was not the first to go to him aboutour attachment to a C mmunit year. bill as finally passed did remove certainly looks as if President -
; yet no doneto not received in the superin problem in the school but )". It daily becomes appar- day.Thus Before the death of Presi- some of the worst features Johnson is going to get

was notified. This was t tendent's office till the follow- that he cannot help, as it is ent that there will be reloca- for example, Mr. dent Kennedy, there was a be- of the original. measure the electoral vote of a good
Yo teacher being t
rid of the Johnson is
get Ag ing Monday. Why? If he has the duty of the Putnam County tion of some industries and represented as lief in the South that, by part of the South unless local
and the Yo Ag department be- nothing to hide why did he school Our that new ones involving ad- required now to do every- threatening to bolt the Democratic sentiment is aroused by

cause they are "taking jobs" decide at this time to resign'? he system.can't help:gOernorsa's he canonly vanced technologies, will be thing that he can to retain Party, many electoral BUT ONCE the election is persons other than the regular

away from local businesses. And what' makes a man turn refer me to the state superintendent established away from pres- the Kennedy supporters inside votes could be put in the over, who is going to be local nominees on the Democratic -
the Democratic i
And, may I ask If the FFA white and tremble when: he as he has state ent concentrations of labor. Party doubtful column. But now the proved right-the Southerners ticket-and at the
the It i is
boys buy equipment for the can't have his way? Is he authority on these matters. How to persuade workers to throughout country. word seems to have been who believe Lyndon Johnson moment there are no signsof
afraid of ? move is a serious problem.The recognized that the proKennedy President will act more like he did such uprising.
Ag dept., does that equipment something As of now I have received no Wirtz suggestion has vote is substantial and passed around that any

belong to the Ag dept. or does Are tax answers from the state super- that the Democratic National .
we, as payers, supposed merit. It will almost surely
t it become the property of Putnam to sit back and let our intendent on my letters. be adopted soon by the more Convention could produce a POTOMAC FEVERBy

I County? Why is such schools be run this way? Dow I've even talked to one of progressive states. contest if Mr. Johnson didn't
property stamped "Property taxes in (Great Britain has raised continue embracing Kenne-
pay one county
of the state
Board of the men dropout Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau
of Putnam County
the and have to pay to put our program and he tells me thereis the school leaving year from dy policies and affiliations in
Public Instruction" by 14 to 16.)
children in another county, organization politics.
1 county maintenance and pro- and transport them ourselves? nothing he can do; 'etthey're THE NEW LEGISLATION Republicans charge that LBJ is "drifting on the high seas of confusion."

perty chief? You see, our children would about dropouts.hollering I all can't the even time would not however, THE SOUTHERN Democratic Well, don't just stand there yakking to the newspape- '. Call out the Coast .I

I.I.t have to travel around 70 or take place until the school leaders are assumingthat Guard.
t And why is it necessary get help to try to keep minein.
of 1970 71. The delay --
75 miles each to year Mr. Johnson has
; 'bird dog" a teacher? Is it day go to once
right that pupils be encouraged Palatka. They are trying to was deliberate. It will been elected he will make Astronaut John Glenn slips on a rug and bangs his head. Oh, city of Perth,

to be good "informers" centralize there in Palatka. Can you suggest somethingor take time to do the consider- policies in his own way and turn on those lights-again down under Col. Glenn, will yuh?

(under cover, of course!)? and at a very high cost to the someone that we may turn able amount of building nec- without obligation to any fac- -- -
be essary to house the pupils. Cuban water bulletin Well, at least nobody can claim this Johnson administration
count)*. There again our tax- to? There doesn't seem to tion in the party. This can be
I had asked for a meeting es would probably be raisedto anything an'one'can do except The extra-age group will require of considerable importance to has a pipeline to Castro.

concerning a problem in Ag cover this. It seems to me just keep paying taxes. more vocational work- Southern voters because, -- .

repeatedly since last Novem- that with a little help from the Are we getting a fair share shops, laboratories, libraries once the "civil rights" law is Tobacco news: Thanks to the government report on smoking, it's now up to !

ber. The last of January I county it would prove much for our taxes? Is this a new and so on. Even more impor- passed, the whole controversywill snuff.
tant is the need to find the
was finally granted this meet- more profitable to keep this system for an education? It shift to the Departmentof --
ing. At that time the local school. certainly isn't like the "goodold the teachers.A Justice where, it is pointedout If Senator Margaret Chase Smith makes the White House, the gag will go:

Good Samaritan who says that days" it seems they were young man or woman Robert Kennedy will no "".ho was that lady I seen you with last night?" . "That was no lady.
the Ag dept. and teacher are You needn't go to your for the children getting edu- who today is in college or longer be the Attorney General. That was the President."

hurting his business asked me county officials for help. They cations, not trying to take it about to enter and who is The department will have --

not to go through with it as it won't. I know for I have tried them. still undecided about a ca- sweeping powers and discretionary Congress demands that Defense Boss McXamara build some new bombers. The
from would do well to consider
would solve nothing. On the Also your state officials. I away reer, There is short-- authority to enforcethe Congressmen don't doubt the missiles are reliable, but they feel there may comea

night of the meeting he show- was asked by one man to drop MRS. JOHN L ALLISON teaching.of 4 teach- law strictly or to move day when we might want to blow up something less than a continent.

ed up as moderator of the this before I got hurt. Do you Hawthorne age ers. now The market even poor for good cautiously in attempting to --

meeting and as custodian of think there can be any worse ones is almost unlimited. Thisis achieve the objectives of "ci- President Johnson's first televised press conference was so low key you got

the recorded proceedings of hurt than seeing students' true at all levels, elemen- vil rights." the idea he'd given all the world's crises the day off.
the meeting. He and the prin- lives and education ruined? .
tary, secondary and college or It is significant, moreover A --
ciple both claim that the coun- A school being closed? When a woman says, *'I university. that in recent weeks some of Carl Rowan takes over as U. S. Information Agency boss. It's his job to I .

ty superintendent called him won't be a minute," you can Education is not a sovereign the Negro leaders have show the world the good and the bad about us, specifically the good Democratsand .
at the last minute to be there Also I ask you: Who has specific for the economicand talked more and more about the bad Republicans. 1,
after had asked for someone the authority to change a be sure she is telling the
social ills of now and to- the importance of consulta- --
from his office and was re student's schci record? I truth. Philadelpb'n Bulle- morrow. But it is the essen- tion in the local communities Barry's answer to the Cuban water crisis is a simple one: Just make ure\"e,

fused. Now the superinten- have a copy of a record that tin. tial ingredient rather than enforcement pro- have a four-year supply of Goldwater. ." ;

to, I

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i I I Gainesville Sun Friday, March 6, 1964
..0'J '-1__ .....__.._h _a ..U __ an _!&!uu h_ LL. .. .
i 1 ---_. vice luesoay at/w p.m.j I AU citizens are invuea ana because of business.
Iip i| COLORED NEWSB. Youth Forum Wednesday at urged to attend thi., mass meeting Air. and Mrs Alfonso I Ed

7:30 pm., and also Choirs Nos. wards and son, Jim, all of As-

1 and 2 will rehearse and Ush. bury Park, N.J., arrived here

:: j Oiaiut5uille inn ers' Board meets at 8 p. m.; NOTE OF THANKS ,yesterday as guests of Mrs. Ed
J F. Childs, Colored News Editor !and Teachers' Meeting Thurs- Deacon Willie Golstin wishesto ''wards' relatives for two weeks.

'- II MICANOPY NEWS !!CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS !day at 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. A. ; thank friends for their kind- Miss Helen Williams, of Oca--

PLANS MEETINGThe ,Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther ness shown during his illness at :la, passed through Gainesville

LI \ 11 I Friendly Choirs Union I New Hope Baptist Sunday Hamm, reporter.BIG I both the hospital and home. !yesterday en route to Jackson-
I '
School Deacon Willie Goistin.ANNIVERSARY .
JOHN K. HABBISON. President aid will hold its regular meeting 10 a.m.morning worship I ville.
: : Pttbluher PAT COWLES. Vie President 11 and afternoon VARIETY SHOW '! James
o'. ; Sunday, March 8. at 3 at a.m.; Griffin i of Jacksonville
!... ED JO11NSON. Vice President p.m. worship, 3 p.m. Rev. L. A. Till- With its theme "U. S. S. Delta -: ''I passed through Gainesville
f EieeullT Editor W. G. the Church of God in Christ.
and "
Florida's Beautiful I man, pastor. i! Takes the Grand Tour. Del.$ 'yesterday en route to Clearwa-
i. Vice President and Ad- During the meeting, the Mi- The Pallbearers' Lodge No. .
I ta Sigma Theta Sorority is ter.
I>! Tertisinc Dtreet canopy Male Chorus will appear Mt. Pleasant Methodist -' 113 will observe its 16th anniversary ';
I University City Viet President and ClreulManager. *- making final plans for .oJ abb-t j Miss Mary H. Acota, of Jacksonville -
1 ) $1.. in a program. Deacon P."The Commission on Education erwock" at the Alt. Aloriah Baptist
; an annual
I variety i jI I whose visit here for
R. Kenny, president; Elder S. and Church School staff will Church on March 16 at 8
j show today at 8 to beneii [the week
: I i p.m. past has been pleasant,
K. John D.
: Lampkins, 'pastor; meet today at 7:30 ]
i THE SUN'S pOUCY I ,'i I fit scholarship and other civic, p.m.The left vesterday for her home.
Stewart, reporter. (Church School, 9:30 a. m.1.undertakings., public is invited. Charlie _

1 1. Report the news fully and impart; l/y/ in the news columns. i morning worship, 11 a.m.; and,:i Jabberwock will feature Ross. president; W. L. Stevens.

t I 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only m-..ed'foi iais I BUSL"ESSIEETIXG evening worship, 7 p.m. Rev. J. some 21 skits, dances '. pianist; Airs. Fannie D. Shan, (c) New York Time
i 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. The Progressive Choirs' Union William M. Ferguson, pastor. !II and songs non, secretary.The : WASHINGTON It is 1965
instrumental numbers
.. will hold its business meet performed -, I and Garry Boldwater is pres-
t I The Sun's telephones: All Department! -372-8441 : Grove Primitive i I with continental flair meetings are held the second I I ident.
r ing at the Spring Hill Baptist Shady Baptist -|j and fourth Tuesdays at
'I Want Ads3764672I Church on Monday at 8 I There will be a business!I Ij I takes you to the well known'I''I'I 81, There are Arizona cacti in
p.m. at the Masonic Temple
1 meeting Saturday at 8 p. m.I'I as the "Good Ship Delta"!, p.m. on:;' the White House rose gar-
j N W. 3rd Street.
I SPECIAL NOTICEThe j Sunday School, 10 a.m. The takes you to the wellknown I The book is den. H. L. Hunt is Secretary -
Executive Committee of :pastor will review the lesson. :.parts; of such places as Hawaii, now opened for I of Labor and Curtis Le-

; I Atheism and Civil Rights the Duval Elementary School I Consecration and devotional:;France to name just a few. new members. I j May is Secretary of Defense.

I will meet in the auditorium of services. The choir and ushers!I It' |I Participants come from the I REV. TYRE ILL j:I The State Department has
I i are urged to be in attendance Johnson Junior College in Lees-; ,I been reduced half 25
I t The civil rights bill passed by the a secular employer could be penalized the The school members today of at the 7:30 execu-p.m. (t'!,The Choirs' Festival will render -!burg! Hampton Junior College j Rev. R. S. Tyre. Post Office t per cent of the by employes-have

contains little-noticed for discriminating against an ath- in Ocala Box 1362, Tarpon Springs, is ill
: House a provision tive committee are as follows: ; a musical program at 3: Howard and Fessen-I' been let go for economy the

I I that discriminates in favor of eist, so he introduced his amendment, Rev. D. E. White, president; ;p.m. Mrs. Mary DeBose, pres.)!i I den High Schools in Ocala ast'f'f'I at Rev.his home.Air. Tyre's friends are rest for being on the Attorney -

religious belief "It incredible that we ; ident Mrs. F. D. Shannon!i well as several of the schools'of General's S.T.V. (Soft
I persons who profess saying: seems Rev. T. A. Wright I chairman ; asked to call, write or visit him. I
I as compared with non-believers. The could even consider forcing an employer I of executive committee |Ivice president; Moses Blakney, : this county. Sororities, fra-|Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter. on Total Victory) list.
I I ternites and clubs also
Carrie Allen are participating This political
introduced by Representative to hire an atheist." ; Mrs. Clyde Daniels, secre- chaplain; Mrs. I I fantasy was
t I provision, tary; Mrs. E. Carter, reporter pianist; and Mrs. G. L. Soud- :' PERSONALS published recently by Americans -
John Ashbrook (Rep., Ohio) Highlighting the activities -
; L. R. Lewis, Mrs. L. T. er, secretary. There will be devotional nights for Democratic Action.
Miss Betty Daniels and Miss
reads: The debate was long and emoL on- McPherson, Mrs. Mary Camp- services, preaching, will be the coronation in'' Called "Through the Looking -
: '\ Mary Acosta both of Deland
al. One member argued, with a'mag- bell, Mrs. Priscilla Vinson, communion and washing of which "Miss Jabberwock" and here Glass Darkly, A Day with
were sightseeing
"Notwithstanding any other pro- nificent lack of logic, that the una- Mrs. Dorothy Anderson, Mrs feet at 6:30 p.m. A cordial wel- "Little Miss Princess" will I terday. -ester- President Garry Boldwater, '
come is extended to all. Rev.E. be crowned. The admission is the 22 page booklet builds
law it shall not be mended bill discriminates in favor of Ida Mae Freeny. Robert Ayer, Mrs. Annie Mae Jones
) returned
vision of ( :; .35 cents for students and .50* -
and Rev. T. Mvers.JALACHUANEUS : S. Bullard, pastor; Mrs. F. : much of its story on Senator
t an unlawful employment jjjgctice atheists by "guaranteeing" them em- i I !D. Shannon, reporter. cents for adults. here yesterday from Atlanta Barry Goldwater's own state-
Ga. where she i,
for an employer to refuse to hire and ployment. The bill guarantees no one I Greater Bethel A.M.E.-Sun- was called! .monfc......-;.

employ any person because of said employment, merely the right to be I' SINGERS TO APPEARThe day has been set as the termination PLANS MEETINGThe

person's atheistic practices and be- considered on the basis of ability rather Crown Jubilee Singerswill of the spring i ral Women's Home Mission

liefs." than race, religion, national origin appear in a musical program .ly. There will be a program: Society of the Alt. Carmel Bap
I at the Antioch Baptist rendered at 3 p.m. for this oc tist Church will meet at the i BELOW OLYMPUS By interlandi
or sex.Representative casion. The chairman for the
Church on March 8 at 8 p.m. home of Mrs. Esther Brooks-

Before approving this amendment Rev. R. F. DeBose, pastor; Deacon occasion urgently asks all per- Daniels, of 830 N.W. 7th Ave., '

I the House had revised the rightsbill James Bromwell George Judkins, sponsor.Itttarje sons who have tickets for the Sunday at 3:30: p.m. Mrs.
sale of dinners to meet at the I
to exempt church connected (Rep., la.) cited Webster to show Gladys Williams, reporter.
annex today at 8 for the
..1 I I schools and other religious organizations that religion and atheism are "anti- eb purpose of trying to decide i i .

I( from the fair employment thetical" hen ce discrimination how many tickets for the din :j I SINGERS TO APPEAR *

; clause on grounds that they should ner have been sold or spokenfor. I I I The Anderson Brothers, gospel -
t against atheism is not forbidden by I The committee food is '' singers will in
on appear a -
be free to discriminate against perSons LUKE W. CERTAIN program
I the "religion" clause. This reasoningis I asked to meet also at the same I''I at the Church of God in
of an other denomination (or Final rites for Luke W. Certain -I
time and place. All donationsare Christ on N. W. 7th Ave., on
administratorsor not In land where of 511 S.V5 6th Place :
teachers persuasive. a ,
atheists) as ,
expected to be made. We Sunday at 9 p.m., larch 8. Bishop -
I( even as janitors. This is reason- freedom of religion is a constitutional who died Feb. 27 at the Vet- thank you in advance. RevW.. I I II. Williams, pastor. S

\ able, at least as far as it concerns administrators guarantee, the courts certainly would erans Hospital in Lake City, S. White, pastor; Mrs. A. E.'mgate .

and teachers. Religious not uphold what amounts to a religious following will be conducted a lingering illness, \\" reporter. j I MASS MEETING SET ,
J Saturday at Alt. Herman The There will be !
Baptist I a mass meeting
belief certainly is a legitimate test test as a condition for receivingthe 2 p.m. from the Mt. Nebo M. 1 1
pastor and congregation will at theIt. Carmel Baptist
of religious in- equal protection of the laThe E. Church with the Rev. G. S. I I .
for hiring employees a conduct a joint services at the Church Monday:: March 9, at I

stitution. Senate ought to kill the Ashbrook Cameron officiating. Intermentwill Church of God in Christ with 7:30 p.m. This meeting will emphasize -
1 follow in the Mt. Nebo
amendment without waiting for the Elder James Williams, pastor, the following items: I!

1 It then occurred to Ashbrook that courts.I metery.be the American The pallbearers Legion Post.will today at 8 p.m. The Home Mis-I 1. How our community can'I
sion will meet after Sunday j i continue to make progress in'',
Hughes & Chestnut Funeral I
I School on Sunday. Choir No. many specific areas. !
Home in
charge. 3 will celebrate its 6th anniver- 2. How the recent City-wide

I sary on Sunday at 3 p.m. Voters Rebistration drive has in- I

AUBREY AUSTIN Mt. Carmel Baptist Choir creased our city voters' role by I

J Voice of the People Final rites for Aubrey Brey- No. 3 will have its rehearsal to- 800 persons through the effortsof I .

boy Austin of \\ Uiston, who day at 7 p.m. and also there several city wide community -! ,
died March 2 at his home following -
I will be Teachers' Meeting at organizations. i (i 7tlY,< a lingering illness, will } 1 1WS s
I I 7:30: p.m. Sunday School, 9:30 3. How you, as interested cit;
The Sun be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. ,: .
-On Opinion Page I a.m.: morning worship, 11 a. izens, through your continued _
from the New
c Hope Baptist I m.; B. T. U., 5:30: p.m.; and work and voting help to improveand "I hit
Church with the Rev. J. H. was by a heavyweight champion!
Opinions ond comments of Sun readers oe welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters evening worship, 7 p.m. There II make this a better commun
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should Phillip officiating. Interment I!will be mid-week prayer ser ity. ..
f not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The I will follow in the New Hope Ce i
i Sun reserves the right; to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meoning or metery.

.n. Hughes & Chestnut Funeral
''J dent tells me he did not con was changed, Wand the report \Home in charge.
tact this man, that it is a lie. card to show what the grades I THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT

Disturbs But you can't get them together were originally.And I, MRS. CARRIE FOSTER
Dispute Final rites for Mrs. Carrie ,
so again, who do you believe when a class tries to
Elizabeth Foster of Ft. Lau-
EDITOR, Sun: Melr 0 s e ? make money for its projects, derdale. who died Feb. 29 at Speculation on Post-Election LBJ
is torn who do the profits go to? I
School being
High I have gone to the superin- understand that our tenth her home there following a lingering -,
apart daily because the illness, will be conducted ,
tendent quite a few times for
grade has to turn
over every-
-- county the funds says to they hire don't the right have help after I After was refused assuring by the thing above the cost of their the Sunday Paradise at 2:30 M.: E.p.m.Church from,I By DAVID LAWRENCE blems. The theory seems to Johnon, after election, will when he was a Senator from
teachers. Our principle can't for principal.some time he definitely school newspaper to t h e'Principal's 'with the Rev. G. S. Cameron I i WASHINGTON What be that negotiating a peace- not be as hard on "chitrights" Texas, or those who believehe

and won't help the parents to could and would do something Fund. I nev- officiating. Interment will follow -i I goes on above the surface in ful settlement of individual local as his predecessorand will continue to behave politically -
er knew that schools had this that
hence the South
solve the problems concern- he later told me he in the Newannsville Ceme-j I national politics is not always situations would be tried as he does duringthe
fund. What is it used for? The afford
he can t "go along. coming campaign?
ing the students. says I a reflection of what is goingon
could do nothing till the end of by the administration before
wall-to-wall he has in
doesn't have the authority to carpet tery.Hughes & Chestnut Funeral' underneath. Thus, it would If this theory becomes wide-
the year. One of the board his private office. or the tea- : any severe measures were Senator Richard Russellof
do so. lie even went so far as Home in charge. appear from public opinion spread and sinks in among
members went so far as to tell chers' the air condi- applied. Georgia expressed franklylast
that he lounge, the Southerners it will
to make the statement I polls that President Johnson cer-
me if I didn't like how the tioner while sick childrenlie Sunday his belief that
had orders to let the Vo Ag i RICHARD HAMPTON i will be re-elected and is going tainly mean a more or less
school was run to take my in the auditorium. Is there j : TilE WHOLE PICTURE Mr. Johnson could not do otherwise -
-- teacher and boys do as they child out. Another one told me one who can answer these i Richard Hampton, formerlyof :: to carry the South. But being painted of a Johnson perfunctory filibuster in the than to stand by the

please, although the Superintendent nothing would be done the any for ? Gainesville, died at his home i iI i this is very directly relatedto administration elected in its Senate on the "civil rights"bill. House bill and avoid com

of Public Instructionsays rest of the year, and besidesthe questions us }tin I As bury Park, N. J., on a word- f-mouth discussion own right is one of conciliation The impression is that promises. But the view per-

he has the authority. Now high school would be closed Since the students are all i"Thursday, Feb27.. among Democrats in several and slow motion. This, of the Southern leaders are go- sists nevertheless that, once

) who does one believe? at a very early date. Now minors I even went so far as i He is survived by a sister,I:i of the Southern states to the course, will placate some of ing to accept defeat grace- the November election is out

There is talk that our high he denies this. to go to County Judge Warrenfor ;Mrs. Cornelia McClelland of': effect that Lyndon Johnson the Southerners, e s p e c- fully with the cry that of the way, the "civil rights"
But there it I i Gainesville two : will not be the kind of President 'things are not as bad as
daughters Miss
school will be closed at the help. again, ; ially those Democratic politicians fight will become a legalistic
end of this school Our The principal supposedly resigned seems that he can't help either. Cornelia Hampton, of Trenton, I after election that he who have to run for of. they might have been" and affair.It .

year.has already the night of the abovementioned Our senator tells me I am N.J., and Mrs. Clara Griffin, of I finds it necessary to be to- fice this year. by claiming that the House
) Vo Ag department meeting. Yet it was bill as finally passed did remove looks if President
not the first to go to him about Gainesville; and a number of certainly as
been closed This: yet no done one not received in the superin- our problem in the school, but nieces, nephews and grandchildren ; day.Thus for example, Mr. Before the death of Presi- some of the worst features Johnson is going to get
;4 was notified. was tendent's office till the follow- dent there belief of the original the electoral vote of
the Vo teacher that he cannot help, as it is all of Gainesville. Johnson is represented as be- Kennedy, was a mea- a good
; to get rid of Ag ing Alonday. Why? If he has the duty of the Putnam County do in the South that, by sure. part of the South unless local
because required now to
and the Vo Ag department nothing to hide why did he school Our I ERNEST EVERETT ing every- threatening to bolt the Demo- sentiment is aroused by
system. governor retain
that he to
they local are "taking businesses.jobs" decide at this time to resign? says he can't help; he can Ernest Everett brother of I IMrs. thing the Kennedy supporters can inside cratic Party, many electoral BUT ONCE the election is persons other than the regu-

I away from And what makes a man turn only refer me to the state superintendent '! Amanda Coins died re- I the Democratic i Party votes could be put in the over who is going to be lar local nominees on the Democratic -

And, may I ask If the FFA white and tremble when he as he has state Icently. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re : throughout the country. It is doubtful column. But now the proved right-the Southerners ticket-and at the
boys buy equipment for the can't have his way? Is he authority on these matters.As I porter. recognized that the pro-Kenne word seems to have been who believe Lyndon John. moment there are no signsof

l 1 Ag dept., does that equipment afraid of something? of now I have received no i I I dy vote is substantial and passed around that President son will act more like he did any such uprising.

belong to the Ag dept. or does Are we, as tax payers, sup- answers from the state super. MRS. PATSY DAVIS I I that the Democratic National .

1 it become the property of Putnam posed to sit back and let our intendent on my letters. Mrs. Patsy Davis of Mica-j: Convention could produce a POTOMAC FEVERBy

I County? Why is such schools be run this way? Do I've even talked to one of nopy died this morning at her I I. contest if Mr. Johnson didn't

I property stamped "Property we pay taxes in one county the of the state home in Micanopy following a continue embracing Kennedy -
Board of men dropout I Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau
of Putnam County lingering illness. Mrs. Davis
I and have to pay to put our and he tells me thereis !. policies and affiliations in
Public Instruction" by the children in another county has lived in Micanopy for a I organization politics.
I county maintenance and property and transport them ourselves? nothing he can do; yetthey're number of years. Republicans charge that LBJ is "drifting on the high seas of confusion."
all the time
I chief? You see, our children would about dropouts.hollering I can't even Funeral arrangements will be THE SOUTHERN Democratic Well, don't just stand there yakking to the newspaper Call out the CoastGuard :

1 And why is it necessary to have to travel aro-ind TO or get help to try to keep minein. announced by Hughes & Chest leaders are assumingthat .

"bird dog" a teacher? Is it 75 miles each day to go to nut Funeral Home. once :Mr. Johnson has --
- I that be encourag. Palatka. They are trying to --- : been elected. he will make Astronaut John Glenn slips on a rug and bangs his head. Oh, city of Perth
-I right pupils I JOE THOMAS : turn those lights again down under Col. Glenn, will yuh?
ed to be good "informers" centralize there in Palatka, Can you suggest somethingor policies in his own way and on

(under cover, of course!)? and at a very high cost to the someone that we may turnto I Joe Thomas a former resident without obligation to any faction -- -
( county. There again, our tax ? There doesn't seem to bean.thing fi' of Alachua, died in the' in the party. This can be Cuban water bulletin: Well, at least nobody can claim this Johnson adminis-

I I had asked for a meeting es would probably be raisedto anyone can do except Bay Pines V. A. Hospital of considerable importance to tration has a pipeline to Castro.

4 concerning a problem in Ag cover this. It seems to me just keep paying taxes. Thursday. Southern voters because, --

repeatedly since last Novem that with a little help from the Are we getting a fair share Duncan Brothers, morticians, once the "civil rights" law is Tobacco news: Thanks to the government report on smoking, it's now up to

ber. The last of January I county it would prove much for our taxes? Is this a new 'will announce funeral arrangements passed, the whole controversywill snuff. ,

was finally granted this meet more profitable to keep this system for an education? It later. i iI shift to the Departmentof --

ing. At that time the local school. certainly isn't like the "good ______ I i I Justice where, it is pointed If Senator Margaret Chase Smith makes the White House, the gag will go:

Good Samaritan who says that a old days" it seems they were j) MRS. SALLY WILLIAMS 'II' cut Robert Kennedy will no "Who was that lady I seen you with last night?" . That. was no lady.

the Ag dept. and teacher are You needn't go to lOur for the children getting educations Funeral services for Mrs. i' longer be the Attorney General. That was the President." _

hurting his business asked me county officials for help. They not trying to take it I'Sally Williams, a pioneer citi-' The department will have --

not to go through with it as it won't I know. for I have tried away from them. zen of Newberry, will be held. sweeping powers and discretionary Congress demands that Defense Boss McNamara build some new bombers. The

,would solve nothing. On the Also your state officials. I Sunday; at 3:30 p.m. from St.! authority to enforcethe Congressmen don't doubt the missiles are reliable, but they feel there may comea

night of the meeting he showed was asked by one man to drop :AIRS.: JOHN L. ALLISON Paul Baptist Church at New-, law strictly or to move day when we might want to blow up something less than a continent. .

up as moderator of the this before I got hurt. Do you Hawthorne berry. Interment will follow inj! cautiously in attempting to --

I meeting and as custodian of think there can be. any worse the St. Peter Cemetery at Ar-j achieve the objectives of "civil President Johnson's first televised press conference was so low key, you got

I the recorded proceedings of hurt than seeing students'lives cher. I rights." the idea he'd given all the world's crises the day off.

; the meeting. He and the prin- and education ruined? Her immediate survivors ini i It is significant, moreover, '

ciple both claim that the county A school being closed? When a woman says, "I elude her daughter, Mrs. -' that in recent weeks some of Carl Rowan takes over as U S. Information Agency' boss. It's his job to '

superintendent called him won't be a minute," you can lie Hunt, Newberry; and sister, J the Negro leaders have how the world the good and the bad about us, specifically the good Democratsand

at the last minute to be there, Also, I ask you: Who has be she is the Mrs. Maggie Tanner, Dunnel-k, talked more and more about the bad Republicans. t

after I had asked for someone the authority to change a sure telling the importance of consultation --

from his office and was re student's school record? I truth. Philadelphia Bulle :Ion.Duncan Brothers, morticians,I in the local communities Barry's answer to the Cuban water crisis is a simple one: Just make. sure we

fused. Now the superinten- have a .copy of a record that tin. I are in charge. rather thfea caforcement pro- have a four-year supply of Goldwater. ::

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Nixon at the Old Stamping Ground S J . .- -. .. f :_, 5? ..

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i't r r Crm lark Qltm*. al non-candidate, and he lost no I was unsatisfactory. It was the wail Republican who is up for '
I \, By RUSSELL BAKER I time slipping into it Thursdayafter I first time he had testified in a re-election this year.
, WASHINGTON At 51, in he had finished with the since
I congressional proceeding Fong fixed himself at Nixon'sside .
.. I the bloom of political middle musty problems of presidential his election to the vice presi-- for photographers and tel- f
I age, Richard Nixon finds him-: succession and disability. 13 evision before and after the
\ self elder After leaving i the witness dency years ago.
an statesman. hearing. His was a clear vote
\ He handles the role with grace chair he gave himself up to the In the Senate caucus room, his of confidence in the political pullof .
I and dignity, as he demonstrat- reporters, TV cameras, school hosts chose an apt setting. It isCongress's Nixon's coattails in Hawaii,
I ed Thursday morning in advis- children on the capitol hunt for grand inquisitorial but none of the Senate's other
ing a Senate subcommittee how autographs, ladies with box chamber and it was as an in- Republicans appeared.In .
[if I I to repair a constitutional flaw, cameras and flash bulbs that vestigator in the Alger Hiss
!I but it is clearly not his favor- don't flash, and anybody. with a case of the late 1940's that Nixon the witness chair, Nixon
I t ite.The I,hand free for shaking.Dramatically started on his near-miss course I radiated experience and age. "
J role that restores color to however, this for the White House. He urged the senators to remember Gainesville
:\ his cheeks is that of presidenti was Nixon's homecoming, and it I that their duty was to .itplaces
rt Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Ind., the "write law for the ages."
subcommittee chairman, pass- The subject j presidential
I I ed the opportunity, however, to succession and how to deal with .
let the nostalgia flow, perhaps of presidential disabil-
Student TestingProgram I becuse he couldn't remember ity periods- was immensely important In as one
what Nixon had to be nostalgic he told them. As a veteranof opInIon,
about. Bayh is a taut-jawed "many sensational hear-
stripling of 36, who must have ings in this room," he said, he
',1 i Readied been absorbed in geometry at u n d e r stood that they might
I i I the time Nixon was pointing to I sometimes feel discouraged by
the 'pumpkin papers, ,' which lack of public excitement in the the Cities
". r I By CLIP CORMIER eration by the State Board of were to become the chief evi- subject of presidential disability. of Leading
I Sun Education Writer Control for several years. dence against Hiss. ?

C CI I Sophomores will begin taking and Recently the he said, the UF Except for Byh, the only other But, he consoled them, they
tests to determine how well University of South senator to appear in the hear were conducting "the most im-
qualified they are for Florida agreed to administerthe ing room during Nixon's visit portant hearings in Washington
I' division work, in an experimental upper-: a tests trial to basis.their sophomoreson was Hiram L. Fong, the Ha- today." not only of Florida, but

program starting March 17 There are two tests each
at the University of Florida.It .
lasting two and one-half hours. THE GAINESVILLEAND
could be the forerunner of "The; tests our students will + '
a system for screening out bor- be taking will not count in ,
der line students who have any way, shape or form," Dr. ALACHUA COUNTY'SDICKINSON of entire nation.
completed their freshman and Philpott said this morning. .
sophomore years in the univer "But they might point out yr
sity and students in junior colleges -weaknesses of students before
applying for transfers.Dr. they go to the upper division." ti FOR
The tests might also point
Harry M. Philpott, vice out any soft spots in the Uni- : GOVERNORCOMMITTEE
president of the University, versity College curriculum, s
said the tests, developed by consisting mainly of the basic F'
I the Educational Testing Ser- comprehensive C-Courses, as ;4 U11I INVITES YOU TO
vice, have been under consid- they are called. d.
"We'll evaluate the tests care- SEE AND
F fully during the next two yearsto A ,
JFKHalfDollarDue determine their validity," %: MEET
Dr. Philpott said. "If the tests ? .
March 24 show a definite correlationwith -
the work of students in Florida Next Governor
WASHINGTON (AP) The upper division who took
new half-dollars bearing the them as sophomores, they FRED "BUD"DICKINSON
likeness of the late President might be used as a basis for
John F. Kennedy will be distributed -counseling and admission to I
through the commercial I II division."
I banking system on March 24, Present standards for admis-
the announced Wed- Dear Eleanor and Clifford
j Treasury sion to upper division might be ,
j nesday. changed, he added. Under present AT THE
The coins will be available in regulations a C-average is Gainesville Woman's Club
banks in larger cities on that required, but those students Thanks so much for the Sunday, January
i day. Some banks in smaller below average may be admit- MONDAY, MAR. 9th from 2:00.4:30 p.m.

I I I ,towns.- ., ..will"- not,....receive tWI\ 'atpr.the coins I I ted by on petitioning.a one-trimester trial basis -i Paid For By Lester N. MIY Treasurer Dickinson for Governor Committee 26 copy of the Gainesville Sun. .


J THE OLD GUARD HAS ADDED A NEW FACE. When I visited Gainesville during October, ':

1963 and got a good look at Gainesville .:

BUT IT'S THE SAME OLD GUARD AND IT through the kindness of Mr. Harry Edwards .

!d THINKS YOU WANT TO RETURN TO THE showing me over the town, I was amazed at

SAME OLD GUARD WAY OF DOING THINGS!! the rapid growth and developments includingyour

beautiful university. In fact, I was

WINN, & BUTT almost stunned. .

Your beautiful homes
streets, buildings, ,

BELIEVE YOU WANT this factories world.and shopping centers were out of

I; V YOUR GOVERNMENT OPEN TO ALL CITIZENSNO Now, your recent Sunday paper tells of so

( RETURN TO OLD GUARD BACK-ROOM MANIPULATION) many new additions such as the new VA Hos-

pital, Post Office and many, many more

improvements, that it places Gainesville, in

of the cities
my opinion, as one leading not

FILLING STATIONS & BUSINESSNO only of Florida, but of the entire nation.G. .


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I Gainesville Sun Friday, March 6, 1964 __ '" _

.1... r Coffee/ Honors Calendar. Ot EventsFRIDAY I
Brides7Book fflffllURuth Y
1 women 0 HnD THE f 1
\ March 5 tion Building. Open to the pub-

\ : Gainesville Little Theater, lic.
i) { Weimer Women's Editor Miss Ann PurvisMore "Ten Little Indians," 8:30 p.m.' Spring Hat and Bake Sale, 10
t a.m. to 4 p.m., Women's Society -
4039 NW 16th Avenue.
1 SATURDAY, March 7 Gainesville Orchid 8 of Christian Service, Fellow.
than 75 guests called themums in a silver bowl. The Society,
: L ltll.c h eon complimenting urn., Guaranty Federal Savings ship room, Trinity Methodist
'1 during the coffee given yesterday punch table in the family room
Church, 3536 NW Eighth Place.
\ Miss-Lucienne Pirenian, fiancee Mad Hatter Party morning by Mrs. W. B. was centered with white camel- and Loan Association Community -
of Robert William Decker, 12:30 Room Miss Mary Noble of
I who entertained at lias.
p.m., Mrs. Robert S. Mullen, Stotesbury, Jacksonville, guest speaker.
her home to compliment Miss ,Mrs. Select
Holiday.Inn. Greeting guests were your new
, Luncheon feting Miss Karen w / w Anne Purvis, fiancee of Billie Marcus Conant and Mrs. Clifford SATURDAY, March 7 SPRING FABRICS

Owens, bride-elect of Robert R. R ;: 1 Nugent Nimaicht Jr. of Jack- Beasley.Mrs. "A Showing of Orchids," Exhibit at

I 1 Rowe 1 p.m., Mrs. Roy D. Cel- ,. { sonville. C. Addison Pound and by Gainesville Orchid Society SINGER

1 Ion, Mrs. W. E. Cellon, Mrs. x Out of town guests here for Mrs. W. A. Shands presided at 1 to 8 pjn., Guaranty Fed-

Llndley Cellon and Mrs. Henry ",, the pre-nuptial party were:. he coffee service and Mrs. C. eral Savings and Loan Associa

Raattama, hostesses at the Roy the bridegroom-elect's mother, Addison Pound Jr. and Mrs. S. '
t ; D. Cellon home in LaCrosse. and his
Mrs. B. N. Nimnicht T. Dell poured punch.
\ Luncheon honoring Miss Anne grandmother, Mrs. P. W. Others assisting in the hospitalities HURRY !
! Purvu,bride-elect of Billie Nu- Browne, both of Jacksonville. the morn-

gent:Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville Camellias in white and throughout Grier Jim Hope's Big Stock Reduction
,'Mrs. A. K. Brill, Mrs. Thomas 1 ing were Mrs. Kirkpat-
t shades of pink and red were rick Mrs. Dick Philyaw, Mrs.
:31. Brill and Miss Judy DISCOUNT SALENOW
Brill-Gainesville Golf and Coun- ; used throughout the house. L. H. Thompson and Mrs. Wil-

t try Club. 1 Yellow roses were used on liam Henry Barber. GOING ON

t Dinner complimenting Miss the porch, and pink snapdragons 'EVERYTHING In The Store Cut From
Anne Purvis and her fiance, carnations and camellias ADVERTISEMENTRUG

,I I Billie''..Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of] formed the floral arrange- 20% to 50%

., I Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. A. ment in the living room. SCANDALBREAKS

; I Frank: Green, Gainesville Golf The coffee table was adorned Below Regular Retail
I C and Country Club. with yellow tulips and chrysan- J

: I I Wedding of Miss Jo Anne Hollander HEREWhen On HOTPOINT 26 Cu. Ft.
daughter of Mr. and SAVE $170 REFRIGERATORFREEZERReg.

Mrs.:Clinton Hollander, and J. AboutPeople $738 NOW $568
I Richard Coggins, son of Mr. you order custom car-
pet by Lees, you pay a pile, On Model LW450HOTPOINT
andJrs. Floyd Coggins, 8 p.m.,
you get a pile. Some carpets sell SAVE $53 WASHER
Carol-Estates Church. rS S'r. 7
Baptist "Wedon't
!for $25 per square foot, Reg. $219.95 NOW $166
have the nerve to sell it
-r: by the square yard." On Model RC459E 40-inch
This carpet is about 1 V4 inches -
thick, and dense it's in-
I so
'I ,
Capt. and Mrs. J. W. decent. Reg. $325 NOW $250
Winners of"contest prizes at the Mad Hatters party of the UP Medical Spikes and children of Gads- We can get it in 100 differ-
Dames Wednesday night were Mrs. William T. Cobb, left, holding her winnerfor den, Ala., will arrive todayto ent colors. CUT
the prettiest hat and Mrs. Laird Bryson, right, displaying her winning spend the weekend with It's all hand-made. And whatwe've
with the wool is so TO "DEALERS COST" AND BELOW
rJil number in the most original category. Members wore their "maddest hats" to the Mrs. Spike's parents, Mr. beautiful done, the sheep's mother can I
::1\. \ March meeting in the home of Mrs. Myron Wheat, standing at the right. Mrs. and MrsC..,J. Workinger. be very proud. GE & SUNBEAM Toasters
William C. Ruffin, second from the left is sponsor of the group. e Last year Lees made the absolute GE and SUNBEAM
>a biggest carpet ever made. SAVE Percolators
It big and thick it hoc
was so
Youth Club Returning this weekend to be rolled on a telephone pole. GE Table RadiosSUNBEAM
'. 1 Mrs. Howard Heads from Chicago will be Mrs. Is $25 per square foot the Men's and
Cancel DanceThe Mark Emmel, who is attend- most expensive carpet Lees makes? Ladies Electric Shavers

I ing an executive board meet- Not really.If GE Electric Blankets

Youth Club, sponsoredby ing of the Women's Auxiliaryto can be you arranged.If want .to pay more, it 3 00//0 SUNBEAM & GE Vacuum

the Gainesville Recreation Junior ClubMrs. the American Veterinary you want to pay 'less, we Cleaners
dI d Department, will be cancelled Medical Association. While' have some of the handsomest 0 GE Electric ClocksSUNBEAM

t dI Saturday evening because ofa away, Mrs. Emmel plannedto office carpetings you'll ever see

f MI dance being held at Gaines : E. Alray Howard was| Mrs. John R. Webb, third vice attend a luncheon fashion for much less.There's about
"I ville High School following the elected president of the Gain- president; Mrs. Carleton EVan show at Marshall Fields and $15 per square one yard that installed costs and GE, WEST

basketball tournament that ev .esville Junior Woman's Club Arnam, recording secre- two stage shows. comes in 20 colors. SAVE 40 70 BEND and PRESTO

Jt rw ening. Thursday morning during the tary; Mrs. Dan Meaders, corresponding Just one thing. Lees gives every DEEP FAT FRYER
t Youth Club Council will March meeting in the club- secretary and Mrs. Joan Diahn (Tibby) Burr-., carpet the same shake.
Lees the best fibers, ,
; meet on Thursday, at 7 p.nv, house. Barton T. Douglas, treasurer.Mrs. oughs is the name chosen dyes, people uses and standards yarns on
'' in the Recreation Center Li- Jack Bohannon, mem- by Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. every carpet regardless of price.
i r Mrs. Howard the former
:I brary. ber of the Gainesville Wom- Burroughs Jr. for their Expect the same treatment

i'; 1: Uf.11Ii.unmce.that Is. (Same Bill Marr will entertain at Miss Gwendolyn Greene, is the an's Club, is sponsor.Dr. daughter born February 18 at whether you pay $15 per square. JIMHOPEELECTRICAL
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. yard or $25 per square foot.That's
the Youth Club Alachua General 1
on Saturday, Hospital.The
good deal as State Farm Infeuranca
j car -
E. Green. She is a member of George Karelas, president our
) State Farm's new line March 14. the executive board of the of the Florida Gerontology baby is the fourth childof For a lot of good, down-to-
J of lifo Insurance gives you a the Burroughs, whose old- earth reasons, I look into those INC.
American Cancer Society anda Foundation, was u est "
g Lees, sold
'J choIcaJof 25 policies with loads er children are Butch, Bruce "heavenly carpets by
member of the Advisory speaker.An installed Central Florida
of new-features for TWO-CHEESE LOAF and Jeff. and by
1 > up-to-date Council of the American Can- Tile and Marble company of 1540 21 S.E. 1st StreetNEAR
pfofecZZo/r at down-to-earth cer Society for Gainesville.Mrs. orientation meeting for Baby Joan is the maternal Waldo rood in Gainesville. Why
rorfs. For full details, see your Y cup butter, soft new members and transfers is grandchild of Mr and not call 376-6406 and see sam- GAINESVILLE POST OFFICE
i t \ (,Dd Iii life. \4 cup grated Parmesan or Howard has served the slated March 19 at 10 a.m. at' Mrs. Clifton Gornto and the ples of Lees carpets in your

) Romano cheese Gainesville Junior Woman's the Woman's Clubhouse. Coffee paternal granddaughter of home or office. ----

; ) RALPH 2 teaspoons paprika Club as second vice presi- will be served at 9:30: a.m. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Burr-
2-3 cup (about ZVt ounces) blue dent and teaches Sunday oughs of Miami. METHODIST CHURCH BOARD OF MISSIONS
TURLINGTON cheese, soft Final plans for the Charity
School at the First Baptist .
1 loaf (15 inches) French bread Church. Cabaret to be held at the i .

117 N.E. 16th Are. Mix together thoroughly the Moose Club on March 21 were Mr and Mrs. James Lar- 1 j
PHONE FR 2-0444 butter, Parmesan cheese, pap- Other officers elected were: discussed. The theme will be Feagle announce the birthof -RELATIONS BANQUET
\ rika and blue cheese. Slice bread Mrs. Eugene A. Craig, first "Neptune's Kingdom." ry Richard
a son, Larry
i KAII*AIMCttfe&rra into thick diagonal slices with- vice-president; Mrs. Asa J. The new officers will be installed -
Feagle, born February 24 in
out cutting through bottom of Cox, second vice president; at a luncheon on May 7.
loaf. Spread cheese mixture in Doctors Hospital of Starke. TUESDAY MARCH 10 1964-6:00 P.M.
f es.urnw
The baby's maternal grand- ,
cuts and over top. Wrap in foil;
mother is Mrs. I. C. Mortonof
i i iI j
Ufa Insurance Company. heat in a moderate ((375 degrees)
MOM toScot Gainesville and his paternal -
I Btoonrfngto* Illinois oven for about 10 minutes. ... ....... .. - grandmother is Mrs. Sal-
I Airs uawina; Williams an- Curtis; u Graham of Lucedale, SPEAKERS: j
nounces the and Miss. ly Feagle of Miami.
0 ,/,, I II 11,1, I+ +,r 1 l I //j 1 111''!, I i+ I+1 1+, 1 I/ approaching marriage of her S THE HON. MR. TOM ADAMS. Secretary of State J
1 / + i I+111 I// + /II 1 i II I + I / 11 1 The bride elect also
+ 1 II / I t the
I + 1 ,! i 1 I I + Miss Judith Edwina
I I daughter,
,1+ 1 1 11lII,1h1! I p //! t II' 1 1.t .' I' 1 daughter of the late Ernest A. Miss Mary Lou Brownett, "FLORIDA-COLUMBIA: i
11 I1 Williams Curtis Mitchell
+ j 1 1 I to
( + I 1// I f1'II'
1 1
I 1,1// h I 111,1 1 Ill +/+I Cecilia
1 / k1 I / 1 1 J + I + .II I 111+ + Graham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Williams, was graduated from daughter of Mrs. 1964 WORLD UNDERSTANDING TEAM J
JI Georgia Christian School, Val- Brownett, was initiated
f dosta, Ga. She is presently em- into Alpha Iota sorority at JI I
0 Auxiliary Plans ployed at the J. Hillis Miller Jones College in 'Jackson-
IAIARKETI Health Center. ville recently. She was one :
.r Spring EventAlachua of 37 girls honored by elec- HELD AT TICKETSHOLIDAY

I The bridegroom, a graduate tion to the Eta Omega chap- INN $2.25GAINESVILLE
c General Hospital of Lucedale High School, is ter of the international bus
Auxiliary will holda in the U. S. per person
now serving Navy.
r ,,11 1, +11i 11'1 rhl, Ill/llilh/ 1+,11111111 II+/!'/++,++'11 liiii+I ,I' II'+i 111 (I' 1 /1II I 1I luncheon Wednesday iness sorority.
1 spring on
I 1 1, / +,II I,+I,,+11 111/11/1+/ ,111111 II ,,, Illl The wedding ceremony will Mary Lou is a graduate of
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I'IIi1111 I I 111/U/ilfi11/111 filh ili,1++ !'+I I 1 1111 1 111 111iiillj; I1/j111I1;1, +1i//mm// I!++1 t Il+ /+55+/ II I '1{li I I at 1 p.m., in the Hospital take place in San Diego, Calif., Holy Family School in Jack- For Tickets Call FR 6-5085, FR 2-4777 or First Methodist Church

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JACKSON'S NEW LOW Everyday PRICES Henry Lyons, Dr. Willi-

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2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW 16th Boulevard Election of officers will also,
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Puts Brakes On Adjustments Board OkaY: ;
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May Mean .
:;: r Mexican DivorceI Drive for Veep 6

Win DrawBy Variances Denies
or WASHINGTON (AP) Atty. AppealThe

i I I j PUERTO VALLARTA, Mex- have cleared the way for Eliza Gen. Robert F. Kennedy is suddenly -

4.' : I Ico (AP-An uncontested Mexican beth LARRY OSIUS i ,. --
Taylor to Richard trying to the brakeson
marry Board of
City Adjust- to act two others
on and denied -1 and 10th Terrace and at-2100
i J appeared today to Burton. __ a fast-moving drive to press ment approved six variance
WASHINGTON (AP) -NextTuesday's 4 re one appeal from an admin- NW 4th Street because neither
I, I h'' PASSED RESOLUTION FEBRUARY NO.10.1 1964 I Judge Arcadio Estrada granted New Hampshire primary son's him forward running as mate President in Novem-John- questsdenied one, declined istrative ruling last night. I property is the required two

1 A resolution adopted by the required the brunette film actress her is the first in a series of acres. _
four-fifths vote of the city commis- ber. Approved were requests by:
J i sion. calling for a referendum to freedom from singer Eddie similar elections over the next FICUS SetsMeet The board also denied an
amend secton: 10 of the charter of I 12 weeks which could Described as genuinely sur- Mac Levin to waive 12
the city of Gainesville by completely I Fisher Thursday because Fisher pro- 44c of the appeal by Mrs. A. M. Tarniec
I, i rewriting said section 10 so as to au- had not contested the di- duce the 1964 Republican presi-. : prised at the campaign's momentum required 18 offstreet from decision
thorlze the city commission to ae- ForOfficials parking for a by the city
Kennedy issued a spaces a restaur-
: quire construct and maintain utliiK : -:vorc suit she filed in Puerto dential nominee or could kill bIi building
1, ties facilities of various kinds; and to Vallarta Jan. 14. off most of the field. statement through a spokesman ant at 1223-1225 W.: University
'0 t. authorize the city commission to enter
Thursday saying he wishes "to Avenue.
) Into agreements relating to the .
sale to. purchase from, or interchangewith The judge said his decree After all the hard campaigning discourage any efforts on his '<' '-' .. .."
other utilities of electrical energy $.i ...
J sublect to the limitations and re- permitted both Miss Taylor and victory won't necessarily I behalf in New Hampshire or -Jim Sanders for approval nS {i .\..

I *' strictions as contained In said eclon Fisher to remarry. insure the nomination. The late elsewhere.:' The third annual Conference of group housing at 2100 f .: '

:} against 10; containing the disposal certain of the prohibitions water or Sen. Estes Kefauver of Tennessee Speaks Tonight The vice presidential choice, I for Mayors, Councilmen, Commissioners NW 4th Street in a residential t

!1 electric plants or distribution systems Miss Taylor was in Toronto and City Attorneyswill -2 zone. tSHRUB5ER
found that $
I ; requiring a referendum prior out in 1952 when he said, should be left to John-

to the granting of a franchise to any with the Welsh actor, who is he won everything in sightexcept Dr. L Jobn Martin of the son and the Democratic conven- be held March 12-14 at the .\ ..J t- ."" *
utility and prior to permission' being Curtis Powers for > -
appearing there in "HamleL"He Robert Meyer Motor Inn in Or- a special r-
given for the estabUthrrtnt or con. the Democratic nomina- United States Information tion. He did not whether he 'INOUI. -, .
t. structlon of any facilities through and Miss Taylor eluded say lando.It exception to put a used-car' ;_. "
over. under upon. or across any tion. Agency in Washington will would accept second place on lot at 306 N. Main \ ,:
newsmen after the divorce was is sponsored by the Florida 1 :
I street alley, or public easement :
speak at the Sigma Delta Chi the ticket if it offered. WITH
calling for publication of such proposed announced. I But the must be played. were League of Municipalities and
amendemnt as required by law; _. game ? banquet tonight as part of the The statement came in the -1. A. Lowry to waive 38 \
and providlnq an effective date. bince the object of an electionis the Florida Institute for Con- I !V ;;
J' There comment from annual UF Communications wake of reports Kennedy and of the required 60 offstreet
f four-fifths BE IT RESOLVED vote of the by City the Commit required was ;io I I to win votes, the man who I. tinuing University Studies. OIL\]
Week. Dr. Martin for- his advisers
I 1 Ion of the City of Gainesville as follows Fisher, last reported in Puerto can demonstrate power at was were favoring a The conference will providean parking spaces in the 2300,

: I Rico. Presumably he and Miss merly a professor in the write-in campaign for him in block of SW 13th Street in a ,
the has at least orientation in the duties and
'j Section 1. A proposed amendment polls one prime 1
to the Charter of the City of Gaines- Taylor have not reached a set- School of Journalism and the March 10 New Hampshire Business Automotive-2 zone. I
", L ville Florida. be submitted to the tlement of his claims her requirement of a nominee. Communications. primary. !.responsibilities of city council- I : EMULSION :

;. qualified electors at the next regular on Harry S. Truman called pres- men, outline basic proceduresof -Wayne M. Carlisle to builda I
election to be held In the City of Gainesville earnings from WI
.I on March 17. 1964. which new "Cleopatra, idential primaries "eyewash." city government and discuss retail store with a varianceto I '
Section 10 shall read as follows: which are expected to be at I ;
SECTION 10. Acculsitlon' and ope least $2 million. Adlai E. Stevenson called them Home programs and services with waive 11 of the required 17 I TO CONTROL SCALED

lion of utilities; Issuance of bonds; a "useless institution." But it Newberry for AgedTo which city governing bodies offstreet parking
Interchange of electrical energy; franchises. % spaces, :INSECTS & RED SPIDI'
was a string of must be familiar.The t
: I In granting Miss. Taylor's di- I primary variance to use a sub stan- !

acquire(a) The, construct Commission maintain Is authorized extend and to vorce, the judge said he could victories in 1960 which helped Have OB Facilities sessions for the city attorneys dard lot, 39.3 by 121 feet to

,I develop water production and distribu- not make a financial ruling be- :propel The late John F. Kenne- I are scheduled for Friday build the store on.
tion button systems systems; gas sanitary production sewage and facilities. cause no community property :dy to the Democratic nomina- and specific programs and i

I. I welfare and any of and the all citizens other utilities of the as City the existed in Mexico. tion.Besides By JESS MARKHAM I I Hour Glass Manor, as the legal problems that daily confront Clark Butler for a variance .... .

may reasonably demand; and to provideI popularity, primary A local doctor told a wom hospital will be called, is a non- the governing body of a of the flammable liquids i;

I I Issued therefor under through the provisions the medium of Section of bonds I Burton's wife, Sybil, got a di- victories can give candidatesvotes en's audience yesterday a 120- profit venture of the Florida municipality will be discussed. storage ordinance from 250

of this Charter or through general taxation vorce in Puerto Vallarta in De at the convention. Some I bed nursing home and hospital Gerontology Foundationof William G. Zinkil Sr., presi- feet to 66 feet at NW 16th Ave I''

,deem or otherwise advisable as and the the Commissionmay Commission cember. are pledged, others are of for the aged planned for which Dr. Karelas is presi- dent of the League and mayorof nue and the Millhopper Roadin ))1

energy Is authorized gas, or m to sell ohe water,..,.c electrics*wt: or Miss Taylor won her freedom doubtful loyalty. Since the Newberry will include facilitiesfor dent. Hollywood, will preside at the shopping center he is !

i commodity gathered. produced. or under Mexican ground rules differ in each obstetrics as well as geria- "This will be a home," said the morning sessions. Others building there.
a' law
from Its utilities permit-
the City
by state it all trics. Karelas "and not just a clean will b Louis H.
facilities. owned or operated by ting divorce the basis of depends on where presiding e
It. to any consurrer thereof within or on a the votes come from. Dr. George Karelas, speak- prison in which the aged sim- Ritter, Jacksonville City Com- The Board turned down a I
beyond the corporate limits of the separation of
City. and the City Commission may She charged Fisher a year abandonedher or more. Basically, most of the 18 primaries ing at the Gainesville Junior ply are ignored and left to rot missioner; Roy T. Rhodes, city I request by Helen M. Conaway [FOR FREE ESTIMAmCAU

facilities locate the or plant any or appurtenances plants, distribution there in Rome in March 1962 aft- scheduled this spring Woman's Club, said he be- and die. Care of the aged is attorney, Tallahassee; and Roy for a special exception to locate -!

'.. t County.b to either. Inside or outside Alachua er her affair with Burton, had have two purposes: a presi- lieves women in advanced ages not just a local or even national Christopher, city attorney, Mt. a child care center at Lc_

) The City Commission may enter become generally known. Their dential preference poll giving will be having babies in the fu problem, it is a world-wide Dora. 1406 NW 5th Ave. in an R 2:' L .7'
Into agreements relating to the tale zone.
to. purchase from or Interchange with separation was announced April voters a chance to check offer ture.He disgrace, he said. All candidates for governor,

I other ate. or utilities.electrical either energy public without or P rlv.the,2, 1962. sometimes write in their based his prediction on According to Dr. Karelasthe have been invited to speak Sat- It declined to act on requests e

necessity of the same being submitted choice for the party's nomi- possible long term effects of 1960 census showed almost urday at 10 a.m., with special by Robert and
S.. however to the electorate to the following for a vote: subject PROCLAMATIONOF nation; and the election of dele- oral birth control contraceptives. 18 million people over the age emphasis on municipal prob- Clark Butler to build 20 N.W. 1 6th Ave.
(1) No arrangement or undertaking MAYOR-COMMISSIONER CALLING gates to the national of 65 in the United States. lems.
regarding the purchase or acquisitionof REGULAR CITY ELECTION convention. housing at the SW 16th Avenue FR 6-2661

electrical energy as herein authorized Under and by virtue of the power The delegates may or may not i. ___ ..
shall be valid unless the same Is and authority vested In me as Mayor.
IS approved by Resolution authorized by Commissioner of the City of Gainesville be bound by the results of the
not less than a four-fifths vote of the Florida I regular annual elec- preference A
q City Commission. lon Is hereby called to be held In poll. reluctant possible -
I.4 (2) Such not become the City of Gainesville Florida on nominee could get write-in SEE :
valid until thirty uty.'h after Its adoption Tuesday.. March 17, 144, for the followIng by II
unless such Resolution Is adopt purposes to-wlt: votes but no delegates.
( ed by the unanimous vote of all of 1. To elect two (2) City Commissioners Three of the
the members of the City Commission to serve for a term of three (3) announced can- Jim
then In office. and In such latter event years each didates-Sen. Barry Goldwaterof
2. To ratify or reJect Resolution No.
the Resolution be effective
,f may upon I. Passed February 10. 1944. Arizona, Gov. Nelson A.
the date stated In the Resolution. '
(3) No agreement ordinance. resolution A Resolution Adopted by the Required f4i I
1 contract. or undertaking of any Four-Fifths vote of the City II of New York and .the Richardsonstands _
Commission Calling for I Referendum former SUNII
1 t kind with reference to the purchaseof Minnesota Gov. Harold .
to Amend Section
10 of the Charer .
electrical to be used the
City or any energy Inhabitants thereof shall of the City of Gainesville by Completely I E.: Stassen_ are already looking
Rewriting Said Section 10 $0as
be valid except as herein provided. to Authorize the City Commission oeyona New Hampshire to the 'W
(4) The Commission not.
City may
I to
I ,4 In any fashion whatsoever either express Utilities Acquire Facilities Construct of Various and Maintain Kinds; "big one" the June 2 Cali ACCIDENT ROUNDUP the intersection of E. University Coney; Mrs. Sherry L. Rags-
or Implied/ be limited or re and to Authorize the Commlss- fornia
stricted In Its complete freedom to operate Ion to Enter Into Agreements City Relat- ,' primary. There is jio Avenue and 17th Street. I dale and son, Patricia A. Train-

'I manage control. expand and leg to the Sale to. Purchase from, or preference poll there, but slatesof The Gainesville police this Edward Hyder 2016 NW 34th
I ,
develop Its own utilities Including' the interchange With other Utilities of morning reported the following I ham, Jane M. Johnson and son, for:
production and distribution facilities Electrical Energy Sublect to the delegates pledged to each Ave., and Shirley Steinmetz,
at whatever locations may .be desired Limitations and Restrictions as Contained candidate persons involved in accidents in I Mrs. Barbara N. Muntyan and
and In whatever territory the City In said Section 10; Containing run at large and the Winter Haven, about 8:05: a.m. _

F.,1 Commission(5) Any arrangement may desire.for the sale or Certain of Prohibitions the Water or Against Electric the Plants Disposal winng:! ; gets all of the 86 votes.I the city yesterday and today: today on Archer Road at the Un- son, Mrs. Betty S. Holton and

purchase of electrical energy by the. or Distribution Systems; Requiring a T"ht Division Lila Mae Davis Mattox, 3805 iversity of Florida Medical Cen- son, Mrs. Patricia T. Browningand
of Plant ,
C'ty or Interchange of electrical tner.gy Referendum Prior to the Granting of Industry state
J> with dther utilities companies elth- e Franchise to Any Utility and Priorto Stagl Department, of Agriculture Room 508 NW 17th St., and Donald Lee I ter. son, Mrs. Frances W. Ben-
e- public or private shall not be valid Permission Being Given for the Esabllshment > Bonding' Gainesville, Florida
J for II longer period of time than or Construction of Any will receive sealed bids for 6,000 galIons Wellings, Grand Haven, Mich., ALACHUA GENERAL son and son, Mrs- Dorothy R. An elected City Commission responsible to oil citizens

five years and any renewal of such acuities Through. Over. Under Up- Dowfwme w- 5. Sollfume 1$. or about 7:44 in the March 4 for all phases of City Government. -
agreement must be adopted with the on. or Across Any Street Alley or equivalent, packed in 30 gallon drums a.m. yesterday Harpe, Royetta M. Harrell, Les-
same formality and In the same manner Public Easement; Calling for Publl- only, not later than 11:00 a. m. Fri 1800 block of NW 13th Street. BIRTHSMr.
as Is otherwise herein required. atlon of Such Proposed Amendments day. March 20 1f 44. Material to be ley L. McElveen, John C.
\ (I) In any arrangement for thepur Required by Law and Providing delivered and. unloaded It our Winter and Mrs- Wallace D. Establishment of a Personnel Board of represent-
In Effective Date. Haven offlce.w Clara H. Skaff 722 E. Univer-- O'Neal Mrs. Anna T. Williams
chase of electrical energy the City ,
(3UO Smith Box 214 Micanopy tive citizens to review and recommend
shall not acquire nor shall It agree to The polls shall be opened at 7:00 3:6. 13 periodically
Ave. and H. Carr Clifford Porter Erma L. Rivers
I 1 acquire, electrical energy at II demand :JTU en said day and closed at 1-00 IN THE COURT OF THE sity Stephen a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Allen K. I personnel policy for all city employees to the
said The COUNTY
than .m. on day followng placs about at the in- E. Harrelson.
greater thirty-five pert JUDGE Micanopy noon Henry
cent (U.per cent) of the average max are hereby designated for the hold. RIDA. IN PROBATE C01JNTY. 71.0- Adams'. O. Box 508, Archer, the City Commission.
imum thirty minute monthly gross ng of said election and the qualified IN RE tersection of SW 2nd Avenue
: ESTATE OF a boy.
demand and at a load factor no great electors of the City residing In the GUSSIE and 2nd Street.
er than fifty per cent (50 per cent) of county precinct listed after the name of D ce ied.MCMILLAN. I ADMITTED Gospel SingIn Saving through coordinated taxassessment
that demand for the preceding twelvemonths each polling place shall vote at the To money -
,- of the plant or plants owned and ollowing respective polling places: Claims All or Creditor Demands and Perconj Having William Edgar Walker Jr., Paul G. Busby, Mrs. FannieM. and collections with Alachua County. --
: :
operated by the than J. J. Finley School 1912 N. W. 5th Said Es- .
I City or greater tile: Price Mrs. P. Mason
Route 2 and Fred Marion Cone Mary ,
twenty-five per cent (25 per cent) of the Avenue County Precincts five (J.; You and Mch 01 NewberryA
firm capacity of the plant or plants arid seventeen (17) you Ire hueb no- the Mrs. Hilda P. Morris Mrs. Hen-
tilled and required to 824 Boulevard, 1:50 p.m. at Internal .
present reorganization of all foT
owned and operated by the City. "Immediately Girl Scout Hut. 110 N. W. 'thStreet any >> Departments
County Precincts seven (7). claim and demands which you or intersection of SE 1st Avenue rietta B. Carlisle, Mrs. MildredL.
preceding the date of the efficient and
agreement either control
\ you. may have agaInst the community gospel sing will more operation including
twelve (12)) and sixteen (It)
.1 Involving such acquisition whichever Mrs. Maidee
estate of D.
a-rount Is the lesser. For the purposeof Westwood Junior High School. 1331 ed. _late of GUSSIE acid County.McMILLAN.to deceas and 1st Street. Wagoner, be held tomorrow night in New- the elimination of duplicate facilities. Electric:
N. W. 31st Terrace. County Precincts the Coun i Mrs. Eloise D. Williams
r, this provision "firm capacity" Is ty Judge of Alachua County. Flori William Hague Bryan 110 NW I Sparks, utility tie-in with other for
twenty-four settost artat7 systems :
;/ to be Interpreted at the sum total of r (24) and twent .ahc (2*) da, at his office In the court houseof Mrs. Ila K. Hampson all of berry, :30p.m emergency
Recreation Corner
Center of N. E.
the nameplate opacity In kilovolt ampere 4th Ave. and John How- service.
1 said County at Gainesville. Florida berry, set to start at 7:30 p.m.
2nd and Boulevard. County Precincts ;
I *. multiplied by the nameplatepower within six Gainesville; Mrs. Nancy M.
calendar months from the ard Ward 24 NE 20th St. about
1 four (4)) and twenty-seven (27)V. ,
factor of cacti of the operable
time of the
first publication of this Jones Old Town Mrs.
generating unit air cooled or at .5 F. W. Hail Waldo Road County ; ShirleyB. The non-denominational community -
I aotice. Each the intersection of
claim at
Precincts thirteen (13) and twenty or demand shall 3:40: p.m. Housing, recreational, and cultural development
psl. If hydrogen cooled) In the plant or nine be in writ111,. and shall state t h eplace Bush, Cross City; Mrs. Rita event will be in the :
plants owned and operated by the SE 1st Street and 2nd Place. .
of residence and post office address in line with our ability to finance them.
machine Warehouse t33 V.
City. less the nameplate capacity In Redding Peabody, ; :
of the claimant. and shall be Pauline Smith Gainesville Newberry Church of God.
S. E. Sth Street County Precincts ,
fcllovolt! amperes. multiplied by t h anreplate
sworn to by the claimant. his agentor Herbert N. Pennington Bell-
wenty-elght (23)) and thirty (30)
factor of the larg-
r-t generating unit In the plant ornts Buchholz Jr. High School. 723 W. demand attorney not ao and filed any shall such be claim void. or and Constance Ash view; Kimberly Sue Valentine, Featured on the program, be- Long range planning for business and economic,'
'- owned and operated the University Avenue. County Precincts 112 NW 19th St. and a car own-
n by ,
twenty-three (23)), twenty-five (25) Shamroch; Mrs. Marilyn B. Al- sides congregational singing, development of Gainesville coordinated with the.
City.c The City Commission may not. and thirty-one (31) Pauline executrix BostonAa of the Last ed by Arnold Dorsey, 905 SE exander, Chiefland. will be music by the Carlise deyelopment programs of the University of Flori?
The Clerks and Inspectors of said
In manner dlsoose of or about 5 at the
any agree
Will and Testament of 9th Place, p.m. .
to dispose of the City's electrical or election to serve at the polling places GUSSIE MCMILLAN. DISCHARGES and Merrit families. Organizingthe da.
water production or distribution facilities named are as follows: intersection of N. Main Street
deceased I Mrs. Joan M. Holder James sing is Marvin L. Barber.
has the prior approval of I majority J. J. FINLEY SCHOOL: Mrs. Bess- First publication February 14. 1964. ,
and 8th Avenue.
II and materially reduce the capacityof I. Strickland. Clerk Mrs. Ann M.
(3077) 2:14. 21. M: 3:8: Careful planning and responsible spending of thft
anMlddelem Inspector; Mrs. Myrece -
the City to produce or distribute Joe Teague Caruso, 3128, NW .
electrical energy or water unless the B. Walker Inspector; Mrs. Vera IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY I proceeds of the six million dollar bond issue within -
same has the prior approval of I ma- E.! Williams Inspector; Mrs. Annie JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA 21st St., and Scott Richard .
j ferlty of the qualified electors of the Lou Kuehn. Inspector Mrs. Ada Bethea IN PROBATE.IN poe-I the framework set by the bond election.HERE'S .
1. Inspector; Mrs. Mary S. Muray. ,- RE: ESTATE OF hier, 4002 ,
T City.d) No franchise hall be granted Inspector. LILLIE F. HART, 5:20 p.m. at the
GIRL SCOUT HUT: Mrs. Ruby Dyal. Deceased.
to utility public I
1.: er private extended other than any such utilities as are or Clerk; Mrs. F. J. Gatesman, inspector TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER. NW 13th Street and 11th Avenue. PrJ:4yAy11III
; owned and operated by the City. nor ; Mrs. Mary Black. Inspector; SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Sundaresan
shall Inv permission of any kind be civ- Mrs. O. L. Cozier, Inspector; Mrs. AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Bommaya Baya ,
en for the establishment or constructionof Miry E. Blssland. Inspector; Mrs. C. You and each of you are hereby notl-. 922 SW 7th Ave., and Claude Jo- HOW HE HAS -, ,
facilities through over. under. J. Workinger. Inspector; Mrs. Eunice led and required to present any .
any Miller Inspector. claims and demands which seph Sonu 1109 NW 23rd Boulevard '
upon or across any street alley er you or cither III1 I'Ll Iii *1
'public easement of any kind whatsoever WESTWOOD JUNIOR HIGH of you may have against the estate about 5:30 at the in-
unless the same shall have been SCHOOL: Mrs. Earl C. Deck. of LILLIE F. HART. deceased : SERVED :
passed by I four-fifths vote of the Clerk; Mrs. Ruby Gertner, Inspector; late of said County to the County tersection NW 13th Street and
members of the Commission and subsequently Ars.. Louise McMulIln, Inspector Judge of Alachua County Florida at
approved by I majority ef Mrs. Edna H. Bronson. I Inspector; his office In the court house of said 9th Avenue.
the votes cast at a munlcloal election Mr. Martha Baker Inspector; Mrs. County at Gainesville. Florida within William H. Sanders, 1105 NE -Past President Gainesville Junior Chamber of CommercePast
general or special at which I Anna Powell. Inspector; Mr. Eva six calendar months from the time of
such question shall have been submit. Cuiman Inspector; Mrs. B. M. Meamara. the first publication of this notice. 10th Place, and Chester Joseph Vice-President Florida Junior Chamber of Commerce
Inspector. Each claim or demand shll be In
ted to the voters with the proposed --
franchise agreement being printed In RECREATION CENTER: Mrs. writing. and shall state the place of Butler Jr., 11 Fraternity Row, -Former Trustee Alachua General Hospital -
full at each polling place and having mmle McCall Clerk; Mrs. D. S. Fagan residence and post office address of about 8 at the intersectionof
been advertised prior thereto In full Inspector; Mrs. W. L. Perry- the claimant and shall' be sworn to by p.m. _1 -served as Board Member Florida State Welfore Depart
once each week for four consecutive man. Inspector; Mrs. Lois Carr. inspector the claimant, his agent his attorney W. University Avenue and r- ment. District 5
weeks. In a newspaper of general circulation ; Mrs. Betty Jean Parker Inspector and any such claim or demand not ao "
In the City. Provided. hew. ; Rev. Dudley Gerald. inspector flied shall be void.J. Commerce Street. -Member Alachua County Historical Commission :.
ever a franchise may be granted by W. HARTAs Reginald Leland Brown, Hawthorne -
V.F.W. HALL: Mrs. Agnes Gre- administrator of the Estate -Trustee Gainesville
ordinance to any railroad company i- "4 Polic Officer's ,J .
or comoanles serving the City of dye Clerk Mrs. Gwen Dulaney. Inspector of LILLIE F. HART, deceased and Olen Wesley Lee, .4o '
Gainesville. allowing the crossing of ; Mrs. Esther L. Thorwald Inspector First publication February 2*. 1fU ; 9 ;t -Trustee Harry Ann Crippled Children Home
Gainesville about 6:30
the streets of the City of Gainesvilleby ; Mrs. Yvonne S. Ward Inspector 3W) 2:21; 3:6. IX 20. p.m. at
said railroad company or companies ; Mrs. Ruth L. Roby. Inspector; Former Chairman Alachua County Chapter National Foundation -
- -
for the purpo ef corist'uctlen P." Mrs. Pat Farris Inspector Mrs. --4 for Infantile Paralysis -
maintaining spurtracks and operating "" *ry J. Davis Inspector; Mrs. Lucille ,
.I tri>ln!' thereof without th. neef: .*'t-> r' Crawford. Inspector. CONTINUATION of SALE Sf- f e -Friends of the Ubrary
submitting the same to the voters of VOTING MACHINE WAREHOUSE
the Cltv of Gainesville. Mrs. Clarence Bolton. Clerk Mr. -Steering Committee Citizen's Advisory Committee On Capi
SECTION 2. This Resolution shall be Edgar S. Dunn Inspector Mrs. Lau Improvement
published In full In Gainesville Sun. ra Stewart Inspector; Mrs. G. M. AT MELROSE
I newspaper of general circulation published Turbeville. Inspector; Mr. Mary B. HELD AT WALDO-NOW -Member Advisory Council Florida Industrial Commission
In the Cltv of Gainesville once Johnson Inspector; Mrs. Elols I. John- w ,
each week for four consecutive weeks son. Inspector. Special Sale ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS I -Active Church Worker :'JI;: .
to ccii e'ect'on.SECTION BUCHHOLZ JR. HIGH SCHOOLMrs. :- "I
3. If a majority Of the Myrtle Johnston. Clerk Mrs. Azalea Camellas Hollys Gardenias Consultant to State and Local Government on Finance onj'Kf-
vntes f"st at such election vote in the C. H. Ripper (nspector; Mrs. Ger- 'ik [ lfilIk I ministration -
( affirmative on the question of this prop rude Shackleford Inspector; Mrs. and other shrubs. ,
posed .-, "'d"ent. then the same MinnIe Meons Inspector Mr. Lawton many evergreen Business Consultant '
shall upon I canvass of the vote as I R. Bode, Inspector: Mrs. Helen !, 0. ,:' ,
required boo law. *-cofre ef*'<"tlve aSa H. Bennett Inspector. Flowering Shrubs S Shade & Fruit Trees I -Eighteen years teaching economics finance, and management.qt
pert of the Charter Laws of the CityOf This Proclamation shall be published -
the University of Florida .
Gainesville. Florida. as a reolace-' once each week for four consecutive -I Japanese Magnolia Deep Pink 3' 2.99

ment Charter.of the present Section D of said Gainesville weeks. prior Sun.to said election Inthe Flowering Cherry Trees S Golden Rain Tress ;' YOURd (\OO '

PASSED this 10th day of February Given under my hand and the offidcl VOTE FOR '
A. D. 1944 seal of the City of Gainesville. Hibiscus Althea, 2-3' 50c CHOICE! 'P I OO .
-*- BRYON M. WINN. JR. FlorIda, this 12th day of February. and Double .
Mayor-Commissioner A. 0. IfM Quince Spirea. i '
ATTEST BYRON M. WINNMayorCommlssJoner iI
..- A. Clarence O'Neill I JUSTPAY JIlu w JIM :

Clerk of the Commlss'on (Seal) THIS IS A SELLOUT SALE g
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I 5I 1 Battle S for GHS


1: Nearing ;S'lr Assistant By MS Sports NISSEN Editor 1,1.

Gainesville High Coach John Raper hopes to pull out SAM

lTs[ a championship when he puts his. hand in the regional
s Spring has still to spring weatherwise, but football-wise, w x tournament_ hat this weekend. MARTIN / i
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the annual Florida Orange and Blue game is just two weeks And victory over nemesis I ankle, Boyd Welsch a back ailment Ready

away from tomorrow night. s .1 Orlando Boone here tonight and Bill Keeter a virus Reserve
1 would put him on the right -. '"
Coach Ray Graves and his aides have been alternately track. infection.
1! pleased and displeased with practice sessions to date. That's S H All three missed practices

about par for the course at this stage of it. The Hurricanes meet Booneat through Wednesday and are not r-

Although the average football fan may not realize it, the 9 o'clock in the second gameof expected to be at full speed t -UI1Felliule
a doubleheader in the Class
AA, Region 5 tourney. tonight.
7A'i Bright Up Front
Powerful Cocoa and Palm
9 But, things still are looking
ky H Beach clash in the 7:30 openerat
1 JI .. Io GHS gym. bright up front with Terry *
I II .y Nutt Mike Hartman and Jimmy

; The Hurricanes have ample Morgan in tip-top condi

I t reason to respect the upset tion.
minded Boone squad.
tI I Then there are ready reserves :M'5'5'a
tI A The past two years the in Sam Martin, Carl \}\ ; ..9Sr
I bulk of getting ready for a new season is done in the spring. Braves knocked off GHS in Johnson, Dennis Jobe and Barry z

The three weeks of practice in early September go to polishing district tournament play to Buickel. Z .

timing on offense and defense. shock everyone concerned.
t Nutt, a hustling 6-3 center, .
This is not to say that all positions are won in the spring. Same Track was the big man last weekend 5' 5 44 \

i There are many changes made in September drills but most They got started on the same with 28 and 23 points in : a
of them involve switch of personnel from one unit to another. f track last Saturday night by the two contests. Boaz playedan \
3 upending strong Orlando Evans outstanding supporting role

Squad's Already SetIn in the group tourney fin- against Ocala with 22 markers.
other words, spring drills find everyone out, varsity, B Boone banks its hopes on \
squad of the previous year and upcoming freshmen. It's a The two group victories even- sharp shooting Dickie Wellon ;

wide-open scramble for positions. There. are close to 100 players ed Boone's record at 12-12, and Mike Schmidt, averaging
'" overall. while Gainesville boosted its 15 and 14 points, respectively.
mark to 14-9-
In the fall, there is a new B squad and the varsity group Dave Beck Richard Heard
J of 44-48 players is set. The switching in September generally &; 7Reaching The Hurricanes trimmed and Doug Bird round out the z Friday, Mar, 6

'. 1 involves just the 44-48. Ocala and rugged Daytona starting five.
Mainland for their group title.
t The most promising aspect of spring drills has to be t&fi GHS' top three guards came Bird is a husky 6-4 performer

I I attitude of leadership shown by the seniors. Apparently, and up lame this week, leaving Ra headed for the University of
this is the only word to use in a description, apparently the per biting his nails. Florida on a football scholar AddedTo

seniors have made up their minds to, play ball. Bill Boaz has a sprained ship. Hurricane

Four games deep into the 1964 campaign, the obvious answer J( J( J( Third Meeting

11 of the spring attitude will be found. After SMU, Mississippi for the Big One TEAM RECORDS Cocoa and Palm Beach are Tennis Team

I State LSU and Mississippi, a pretty good verdict can Orlando Boone GHS7S expected to battle down to the MIAMI (AP) For the first
be rendered. We've said it before and it bears Lakeland 76 78 Starke 61 wire in their third meeting.
repeating again. I
n Bishop Moore 61 48 Santa F. SO time of Miami
a University varsity -
A Sandra Adams Gainesville High School Homecoming Queen of last fall
55 Mainland 58 70 P. K. Yonge 51 Cocoa sports a sparkling 26-2
f A Florida team, mentally and physically unprepared next shows off the basketball trophy that the Hurricanes will be reaching for tonight 58 63 Winter Pompano Park Bch. 50 76 62 62 Chotawhat.Escambla 5'5S record, while Palm Beach has athletic team has a female-

September has a better chance to be 0-4 after the first monthof when they meet Orlando Boone in regional tourney action at the 'Canes' 61 Ocala 64 74 Mobile Vigor 48 run up a 23-9 mark. I member.She .

play than it does 40.Caught. gym. Terry Nutt, second from left, and Mike Hartman, right, do the reaching 79 63 Sanford Lakeland 73 62 41 91 Palatka SeabrHze! 51 79 is Fern (Peachy) Kefl-
while GHS coach John Raper, left, looks on. (Sun photo by Chic Hinton). 51 Orlando Evans 80 9S Oak Ridge 55 The two teams split games meyer, 15th ranking women's
on the Run ,,76 87 Orlando Oak Ridge Col. 50 64 48 66 Mainland'Englewood 56 sa during the regular season. tennis player, who has joinedthe
54 Bishop Moore 45 59 Ocala 47 I Mainland was the only other tennis team.

Tulane has booked a two-game football series with Pittsburgh 51 24 Cocoa Edgewat 58 26 73 72 Jax Englewood Fletcher 52 561 club dealing defeat to the deliberate Coach Dale Lewis, whose
Santa Fe Faces 14 Winter Park 50 68 Palatka playing Cocoa quintet.
Tough I team has a winning streak of
61 Ocala (1 :u Cocoa 60'
for 1969-1971. The Greenies will in in
play Pittsburgh
Guards Dunn and .Bob
74 Oak Ridge! 42 59 Mainland 70 Harry 126, said Miss Kellmyer will be
1969 and in New Orleans in 1971. 71 Colonial 56 69 Ocala 67
Stinett have big the big offen-
19 Cocoa 30 55 S.abr..ze 63 No. 7 on the squad and could

"I Baseball is enjoying a bit of a revival in the area among 71 63 Evans Edg.watu" n 74 81 46 Oak Jax Ridge Paxon 48 56 sive guns in the low-scoring Cocoa advance to No. 6.
Team and Hot Shooter
the high schools. Williston will field a team this year. GUS, 78 55 Sanford Edgewater 66 45 79 53 Ocala Mainland 75 69, attack. Miss Kellmeyer, a sophomorefrom

P. K. Yonge, Santa Fe, Starke, Cross City, Newberry, Trenton 50 Evans 42 (W1L9)) Backing them up are tower- West Virginia, has com
f all will play this spring. .OvertimeDouble(W-12. L.12) I ing Roger Woodbury, Bob See- peted in the last five Women's
MOUNT DORA Santa Fe's Mount Dora has one of the Tonight's winners will play at ". Overtime
I and Bob Bums National Tournaments.
There are to be three divisions in baseball this year. GHS Rebel push for a regional tour- state's better individual performers 8 tomorrow night for the regional mer
is the lone AA representative while Starke will compete in basketball crown tonight in Ron Mikell, 6-5 center.
ney crown and a berth in the state
A and the others in B.Cedar when they take on a strong Florida Mikell made 645 points this sea-
meet at Gainesville next week.
Academy quintet at 7:30. son including a high of 50 in one
Game f f i ials will be Wid
o c
At 9 p.m., B roo sville and
Key Mount Dora, co-favorite in the Others starters for the Golden Robinson and Lamar Watson for

Y meet, clash. Hurricanes include Jack Santa Fe Air Academy and Buc-

YI I The Rebels will take a sparkl- Shiveley, Ted Gottfried, Mike ky Fort, Jim Worley for Brooks-
ing 21-4 record into action Stewart and Larry Tanner. Ber- ville-Mount Dora. Fort and Wor i- :tLt

Hawthorne against the Air Academy five nard McCade also will see ac- ley will work the finals tomor- "iM'r"T n
: w
which has a 17-4 mark. Brooks- non. row.
I I f ville is 25-1 and Mount Dora 1.L 1.

has a 22-2 record. t.

\ Seek CrownHAWTHORNE Coach Garnie Hatch will start

his regular lineup tonight with

fast-improving Richard demons -
Two area! game Coach Ron Brummitt will back. The Rebs will use

baskeball teams, Cedar Key use Jerry Beckham, Myles Clemons, 6-3; and Bud Riviere,

and Hawthorne will go after regional Smith, George Hathcox and Bil- 5-1 Vt, forwards; Laroy Paulson, .

tourney honors tonight in II' ly Slaughter. 6-4, center; and Warren Buck .

games against Lakeland Santa Santa Fe probably will open and Richard Johnson, both 5-10, .
Fe and Mount Dora Bible: : t
Vjil Monte, John Newton, John guards.
i School, respectively, in Class Stanton *.'h lteiSsiaszek: and Santa Fe will depend on SANTA FE ACES SET FOR ACTION

C, Region III competition. I Harry McClernan. height, ball control and a (L-R) Clemons, Riviere and Paulsen 4 9

Cedar Key 22.1 for the season Monte scored 508 points in 25 tough.defense to halt the Air ,

l meets Lakeland Santa Fe at games, "jttsfr-ever 20 per contest. Academy team. ; iYF
7:30 p.m. Hawthorne 13-9, tan- Newton and Stanton are averag- Fine Scorer Tests
gles with Mount Dora Bible ing around 10 a game. The Melbourne quintet will Regional

School at 9. The Bible School team is rat- feature one of the state's finest
ed weaker than the fine quintet scorers in forward Marty Dry-

Santa Fe, a new Catholic high which ended Camepbellton'sreign

school in Lakeland, comes into as Class C state champssome ski.Dryski averaged 28 points a Begin Tonight y; ryx..., c d a

action against the Sharks withan years back. game during the regular season I '-" '-"
18-7 record. The Crimson Starters but he has tailed off a bit in '
t Hawks have good height a The Bible School will use Paul tourney play. The 6-1 guard By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Region 3 at Dunedin Plant

standout player in leading scor- Holder Eddie Baker, Doug Wil- from Chicago has drawn schol- I Something new in Florida high City vs. St. Petersburg Barry, ,197"9firrrl

er Mario Monte a Cuban refu- liams, Parke Messick and either arship bids from New York University ,'school basketball regional Dunedin vs. Punta Gorda.
and will be making their Ronnie Barton tournaments begin tonight at
gee, Rudy Meadowsor and Rollins for his sterl-
biggest push in tourney play to Gary Bryan as the other ing play. 16 gymnasiums around the Region 4 at Palm Beach -

night. starter. He gets help from Ralph Poli- I state. Haines City vs. Chaminade,

Holder led the scoring parade tano 6-3 Ray Tavalaro, 6-3 I Kathleen
Along with Turner who is averaging ; ; From them will come four vs. Riviera Beach.
around 25 points a with 438 points, about 18 per Jerry Geigerich, 6-0; and John I teams in each of four classes to Class B regionals with first H
r game. Thistle, 62. for the state
.compete championships -
Hawthorne is the real surprise Air Academy likes to fast. at Gainesville March 1314. games:
team in the regionals. Coach break but can play ball-control.
TEAM RECORDS Region 1 at Cottondale
) Jayvs.
i Defending champions Pompano -
1 Mount Dora Hawtllome Bill Collins lost all his starters The private school is a 4-12
Beach in Class AA and De- Chattahoochee Vernon
Bible School : vs.
55 from a and had to institution which students .
22 Bronson year ago rebuild grade at
79 Montv.rde 56 24 Everglades 57 land in Class A were knockedout Malone. DANIEL'S OLD OFFICE
I 18 Fla CHI. Ac. 53 29 Cedar Key 79 scratch. on reacing the age of JACK -
n Ga. Christian 53 39 YUIH 41 The Hornets' of the running in group tour- I.
13-9 record is 16 take lessons. *
can flying
16 Umatllla 5416 Melrose .1 naments last week. Region 2 at Madison Talla- chore the Hollow because it's :
57 Taur.s 75 59 Newberry 33 somewhat deceiving. A halfdozen Good Height a yearly in
U Inverness 47 37 Orange Park 46 Florida School of Talla- hassee vs. Daytona Beach Lopez
of the High
7S Mount Dora 87 46 Bronson 57 triumphs came over Brooksville will use 6-6 Bill ;
'15 9 G&Oviedo: Christian 6S Ub 47 Lake Butler 46 Melrose and Newberry, teams Wardlow, 6-3 Frank Volun, 6-2, hassee in Class B and Hilliard Madison vs. MacClenny. still our favorite sitting place. .
50 42
Inverness 48 49 Yuilee 48 that failed to win a game this Bill Lane, 5-8, Pete Shingletonand in Class C are going after their Region 3 at Mount Dora -Al- r'
U Mount Dora 78 50 Cedar Key 62 )'ear. Another pair was addedat 6-1 Dan Cimbora. The Leopards second straight titles.
52 Montverde 42
45 Taylor 29 achua Santa Fe vs. Florida Air- office door :
I moved
'5 Howey Acid. 55 63 Fort White 38 the expense of Fort White lone loss came to Zephyr Class AA regional tourneys, We into our new next .

$6 56 Fla.Umatilla CHI. At. 48 48 32 47 Orange Newberry Park :u.3 which did not have a good campaign hills in the Tampa Bay Confer- I with first round games: Academy, Brooksville vs. Mount But still like sit

40 Tavar.s Oviedo 70 79 40 55 Fort Melrose White 39:36a I and a ninth triumph over ence tourney- The school also I Region 1 at PensacolaPan- Dora. to this one ten years ago. we to v

IS 58 Tarpon How.y Spngs.Acid. 49 68 33 43 Melrose Bronson 60 35 Bell.The features Mascot Wolf, a lucky ama City Rutherford vs. Jack- Region 4 at Palm Beach here and listen to the old-timers recall
17 Montv.rde 29 55 Melrose 27 biggest accomplishment dog who has turned up for all sonville Paxon, Pensacola vs. Zephyrhills vs. Pahokee, Arcadia -
P2 Crystal River 50 35 DunMllon 29 along with topping team victories. Jacksonville Lee.
It Fla CHI. At. 52 (W-U. L-9) vs. Jupiter. how Mr. Jack declared: "Every day CHARCOAL *
54 Umatilla 52 Dunnellon in the group tourney Region 2 at Gainesvilleco- MELLOWED"

U Howey(W-12.Acad.L.12) 39 finals was to spill Lake Butler TEAM RECORDS coa vs. Palm Beach, Gainesvillevs. Class C. regionals with first make whiskey> we'II make it the
and Yulee in mid-season. Santa Fe Air Academy Orlando Boone. round games: we 6 :i
68 38 62
Everglades Melbourne CC 56
Cedar Key Lakeland Hawthorne s tar t ers will be 76 North Marlon 28 87 Ft. Pierce CC 29 Region 3 at Tampa Winter best !" Lem Motlow -
79 Hawthorne 29 41 Kathleen 51 Dexter Ben der Andy Fultz,, 63 P. K. Yonge 41 62 Oewtston 57 I Region 1 at Campbellton we can- DROP *.
76 Taylor 28 10 PIMCrnt 42 69 Chiefland 41 95 Ft. Pierce CC 28 Haven vs. Fort Myers, Tampa
69 Williston 30 71 Tampa OLPH 33 John Robinson, Frank Atkinsonand I 50 Gainesville 48 81 Eau Gallic 77 Laurel Hill vs. Greensboro, Mr. fond of '
48 Bronson 41 60 Adm. Farra. 57So Don Gilland or Roger Glass, 64 Macclenny 42 64 Ocoee 78 I Hillsborough vs. St. Petersburg Campbellton vs. Sopchoppy. Jack nephew, was 6 -
Cross City W 46 Clearwater CC 36 63 Lake City 46" Melbourne CC 38 Boca Ciega.
73 Trenton 71 69 Fort Meade 64ta and Andrew Blackwell.The 51 Green Cove 34 50 Satellite 55 I of
Bell 32 59 Aelm. Farr. 64 43 Perry 45 73 Melbourne 59 Region 4 at Miami Fort Region 2 at Hilliard Jennings saying that too. And a sip our BY DROP
92 Melrose 40 56 Turkey Creek 33 winners of tonight'sgames I 53 Lake Butler 37 65 Ounnellon 49
45 Chiefland 43 31 Tampa OLPH 26 41 Starke 39 64 Dunnelton 53 Lauderdale vs. Miami Columbus vs. Hastings, Mayo vs.
45 Bronson 40 79 CI.ar-wt CC 36 will tangle at 8 p.m. to- 55 Perry 66 63 Eau Gallle 62 Fort Lauderdale McArthur Hilliard. whiskey, we believe, will tell you ______
60 Perry 61 49 Frostproof 53 morrow in the tourney finals.. 54 P. K. Yonge 37 59 Dunnelton 49
U Hawthorne 50 12 Montverde 31 19 Macclenny 33 72 Ounnellon 56 vs. Miami Senior.
15 Bell 40 18 Tampa B.rk. 21PO Tomorrow's victor will advanceto : SO N. Marion 49 87 St. Andrew's 71 Region 3 at Hawthorne Ce- Mr. Lem's four sons have taken ':-
Cross City 65.7 Eau Gaulle 56 the state event in Gainesvillenext 17 Green Cove 58 64 Ocee 59 Class A regionals with first dar Key vs. Lakeland Santa Fe.
10 C"iefland 46 52 Fort Meade 48n 67 Lake Butler 48 38 Melbourne 43 round
Cross City 60 63 Tampa B.nt. 3CIn week. 63 Macclenny 57 60 Satellite 69 games: Hawthorne vs. Mount Dora. Bi- care. to on that tradition. 7r
Taylor 39 68 Melbourne CC 37 Officials tonight will be Joe,, 30 Lake City 48 75 Clewiston 64 Region 1 at Milton -Marian- carry :
.1 Bronson 31 52 Eau Gallie 56 64 P. K. Yonge 44 59 Ocoe 41 ble.
56 WIlUsfon 47 2f Kathleen 36,. Ondrula and Sam Huff in the, 38 Green Cove 29 4t Oviedo 45 na vs. Palatka, Milton vs. Perry C19 3. Jock Doniel Di iIOry. lee Mortow, ProMo*-
10 Melrose 58 n Montverde 33 I' 58 Lake City 52 (w-17 L-4 2 at Region 4 at Lake Placid Im-
Region Apopka Day -
51 Newberry 37 90 PlnKr.st 39 first game. Andy Porter and 47 Starke 39 uiiiu'E IIBUI a II riiir IT.CILICE tisniui) ) m ( )
79 Trenton 62 19 Frostproof 53: 76 N. Marion 44 mokalee Lake 3I1kIEIL"'ti
Jerry Wosenske, second game;, tona Beach Seabreeze vs. New vs. Frostproof, --- ,
50 Bronson 43 6e Melbourne CC 50 67 Lake Weir 41 :
CW-2%. L-1) 7S PlnecrHt 50 I Porter and Wosenske in the: (W21. L-4) Smyrna Beach Longwood Ly I Placid vs. Miami Beach St. Pat- q ;.
39 Tampa OLPH 26CW.1" I -Doublt OvtrtiflM., f. j\ f- .
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'J 1 I Dons y Biggest Racing Payoff .

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To Be ClaimedMIAMI
s.y Waiting

.. Streak .I ..tt wwwr \
1 In Another
11 Fla. (AP-The big- Initabas to win the eighth race. ,and is donated to a charity.A .

e gest payoff in U.S. horse racing Gathering Dusk came in first. fan who stood nexttotht

, history, 84114.20, waited today At this point, the disheartened cashed goes back to the state
',. for the lucky bettor to claim it bettor could have thrown down and is donated to a charity.A .
second half trailed 17
By BOB GREEN in the by I at a Gulfstream Park cashier's his ticket, or ripped it to pieces.
\)111 Associated Press Sports Writer points. I window. But Gathering Dust was disqualified fan who stood next to the

Virtually unnoticed nationally Jay Buckley, with 21 points led and Initabas was man who said he held the win-
the Duke romp. In the first But the question was: Does awarded first place. ning ticket said the btttor was
the San Francisco Dons
itt t round ACC games Wake Forest someone have the winning twin :unruffled. He didn't budge from
I I won 16 straight games and a drubbed Virginia 79- 0, North double ticket, or was it thrown The largest previous twin the rail for 20 minutes after the
berth in the NCAA tournament
1 Carolina defeated South Carolina away in disgust when the wrong ble payoff was $79,660.30 dou-I winning numbers were an-
I that determines the national collegiate 80-63 and Clemson mauled horse came in first in the eighthrace Roosevelt Raceway last fall.Florida I nounced, although he frequently
basketball champion. shoots for its 6th straight
I I Maryland 81-67. ? pari-mutuel ground I!put his hand in his right pants

'I j What's so special about that? against Southern California, Closes Out A bespectacled gentleman in rules provide that any ticket not I pocket to reassure himself that

I r.'\ I Well, it was just 10 years ago fourth- ranked Duke battles Champion Texas A&M closedits his mid-60s announced after the. cashed goes back to the, .state I the ticket was still there.

] that the Dons got started on North Carolina in the semi- SWC with 13-1 winners were posted Thursday
campaign a
\. j, their record 60-game winning finals of the ACC championship mark by nipping Texas 65-63 aft- that he held the good ticket. I
streak that led to two straight Wichita "I'll take it back and give it
and fifth-ranked Jim Bob Smith of the Long- Genie :
tourney er Gas says
to friend, he said without
J national championships. Maybe to
I- meets Drake in a playoff horns had missed four straightfree I
j.I history will repeat. decide the Missouri Valley Con- throws in the last 10 seconds City Champs giving his name to the startled
spectators leaning against the II
in the .
Big Bill Russell, now the main- ference I rail in the $1 general admission fCUTTING
stay of the champion profession- NCAA. New Mexico stayed in the run- Big trophies and smiling faces mark four of the section. :

t al Boston Celtics, was the star Bowling Green's 89-80 upset of ning for the WAC crown by defeating five city women bowling champions of last week's That was the last heard from ti4:'.ti... ONIONS
i. for the Dons in those days. Currently eighth ranked DePaul and Brigham Young 84-80 tourney. From left are Carolyn Crist and Pat Williams any potential winner at track-

I it's Ollie Johnson, a 6- Duke's 75-44 trouncing of North and unpredictable NYU rebounded doubles kings; Dot Bird, all-events with handi- side and the windows closed at id"ii IS A SNAP
foot-8 junior from Washington after its Tuesday's defeat to and Bette Sprow all-events scratch. Eleanor
Carolina State in the first roundof cap; 6:30 p.m., without anyone WHEN YOU USE
D.C. who delights Coach Pete little Rider College by whipping Todaro single winner not when the
the ACC tourey highlighted was present picture claiming the check. The ticket
Peletta. Fordham 7469. taken. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis).
Thursday night's action. I was can be cashed at the track any }

k The Dons for their 17th in In other games Wyoming beat time before the meeting ends
go the
Howard (Butch) Komives, Utah 92-77 Rice downed SMU April 23.Gulfstream.
a row against Pepperdine tonigin nation's leading scorer, threw in ThinkThey
97-90, Texas Tech took Baylor Royals President James
of the on an
one top games including
DePaul -
47 points against 96-82, Arkansas walloped TCU Donn Jr. said there was a I
attractive Friday night program. 17 of 17 from the foul line 108-77 Seton Hall humbled Up- chance that the ticket was discarded natural gas

Seeks 26th that upped his consecutive free sala 102-77 and Idaho State or tourn ap.

Unbeaten UCLA, top-ranked in throw streak to 42. The Blue crushed Montana 111-88 behind Can WinCINCINNATI In racing argot, there were

The Associated Press poll, Demons, NIT-bound, at one time Art Crump's 41 points. 218 "live" tickets after the first Put your cutting board on the front burner and

I Syracuse became the 10th half of the twin double. They turn the bock burner on low it will eliminatethe
I team named to the NIT, leavingtwo (AP) From mark of 7,964. picked the longshot Scattergood, fumes.

: Florida Opens I berths still open.Results. Coach Jack McMahon on down The St. Louis triumph enabledthe who won the fifth race and paid GET OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE

the Cincinnati Royals feel they Hawks to move one game $142.60, and Col. Mengel, who
can be the next National Basket- behind the Warriors, who lead won the sixth race and paid
ball Association champions.The the Western Division. Each i$8.60. Gainesville

P Baseball Slate team has seven games left. The 218 tickets were then ex- og.rmpunv
Royals have been on the
changed for selections on the
heels of the first place Boston The Royals poured in 37 pointsin
I Celtics in the Eastern Division a hot third period and des- eighth and ninth race. Only one 237 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. FR 2-6391
of the 218 bet the longshot
Tomorrow :NYU 74 Fordham 69 all season, and although there's pite the loss of Wayne Embryand on ---
Here ,
Manhattan Seton Hall IIS 102 St.Upsala Peters 77 95 little hope of catching them for Jerry Lucas on fouls late

Bowling Rice 97, Green So. Methodist 8?, DePaul 90 60 the division title McMahon is in the game, Boston could not
Texas ASM 64, Texas 63 getting ready for the playoffs. catch
All Amer-
LAKELAND Florida's -, year's team were Arkansas 108, Texas Christian 77
Texas Tech 96, Baylor 80 "We have proven to everyone
/I, baseball Gators open their ica infielder Tom Moore, third Hardin-Simmons, 94, Abilene that of The Royals took the lead with
1964 in a doubleheaderhere baseman; first basemen Ed Christian 70 we are capable beating 8:10 left in the first and
season quarter
New Mexico 84 Brigham Young 80 them, beamed McMahon after
tomorrow with Florida Braddy and Bob Coleman; sec- Idaho State 111, Montana 88 never were behind after that. STARTS TODAY"Splash
Carroll Lanoux Wyoming 92, Utah 77 the Royals pounded the Celticsfor
ond baseman
Southern.The Texas Tech 96. Baylor 82 I Bob Pettit, playing with a
a 111-101 victory Thursday
Gators posted a 30.9 and outfielders Al Lopez and Atlantic Coast Conference jammed thumb, converted four
First Round night to become the only clubto
record last year and have a Bernie Haskins. Clemson 81, Mayland 67 take the free throws in the last 43 sec- hit !"
season series from
Wake Forest 79 Virginia 60
good collection of veterans on First home game for the No. Carolina 80 So. Carolina 63 Boston. onds in sparking St. Louis to an
hand for the new season. Florida Duke 75, No. Carolina State 44 San Francisco.
Gators will be with uphill victory over -
Cincinnati has
defeated Boston
Coach Dave Fuller's pitch- Southern on March 11. I The Warriors led 102-99 with "Nautical "
seven times while losing but nice !
Ing staff is the team's strong Sikes Leads I five. one minute left when John Barn-

point. Veterans of the hill include hill sank a free throw and Pet-
Jim Biggart, Charles An- TonI O'Hara Seniors Golf night Detroit games whipped Thursday Balti- tit, who wound up with 21 pointshit "Don't miss it !"

derson, Danny Eggart, Neil more 125-120 at Marion, Ind., his four foul shots. I

McMillan and Ray Rollyson. TAMPA (AP-Leon Sikes of and St. Louis edged San Fran-
I from the freshman team Seeks Record MORTGAGE MONEY "
Up Palm Beach held a twostrokelead cisco 104-102 on the West Coast. ****
and with plenty of promise are 5Vz% Interest
and Adrian Za- today going into the third Bailey Howell scored 25 pointsin Terms To 25 Years
Don Pendley Mile i round of the Florida Seniors the Detroit victory, making BUY BUILD REFINANCEcall i irp
bala. The latter is the son of Tonight
Golf Championship. him the No. 1 scorer in Piston
former New York Giants' hurler -
cj I Sikes shot a 75 Thursday for a history. He now has 7,976 pointsto DAN BYRD
with the same name. CHICAGO AP A sellout
( ) II:' N.W. 13th St. PH. FBZlI
36-hole total of 148. surpass Shue's former
Starters crowd of 16,000 will be ready in
will Dexter Daniels Sr. of Winter
Fuller probably open Chicago Stadium tonight to
with veteran Dave Porter cheer hometown boy Tom Haven, the defending champion, SEE THE ALL FAMILY
t catching, Tom Shannon, the O'Hara to a record indoor mile was in a three-way tie for sec-
football quarterback, first base; attempt.The ond at 150 after firing a second
Ron Creese, a former pitcher round at 150 the par-70 Palma

with a good hitting eye, sec- skinny Loyola of Chicago Ceia course. BOATSHOW
cond base; Randy Morcroft, senior is featured in the Chicago Others in the tie were Dr.

shortstop; Earl Montgomery, Daily News Relays as he defends -John Mercer of Sarasota, a two-

switched from the ourfield, 3rd his Bankers mile title on time winner, and Woody Wever I

base; and probzbly Jim Dun- the banked board oval.It of St. Petersburg. Mercer shot i I .'

can, Bill Blomgren and Jim will be the first time this 77 and Wever 75. j I

Elliott, outfielders. season a local throng has hada Henry Hagen of Ormond!
Biggest losses from I a s tCltipola chance to toast O'Hara, who Beach, the first-round leader!

brought down the house in two with a 72, soared to 81 in the

Madison Square Garden meetsin rain and strong winds.Banquet ATBff1YSAth

New York.

Last month, the 130pounderwith Set

a kick like Irish whiskey I
Gulf Coast knocked two full seconds off the For GHS Team IX QyFy

indoor record with a 3:566: in
the New York A.C. Meet. The Gainesville High basket-
Take Wins ball players and cheerleaderswill
Last week at the Garden he
I be honored at a banquet ee'$xh8mgsggkayF3.
I'' did 3:58.5: in the Knights of I 601 South Main Street Ample Parking < ,, tf.: 'f :, '-,0.,, ,
TALLAHASSEE (APFlori- Thursday at 6:30: p.m. at the j' '
Columbus Games then indi-i ,F 1
day and Georgia junior colleges Moose Lodge.
cated he would try to lower his FIEUillMISSIOWL55
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ball Tournament at Flori-- against him will be ? : .R".. ... ,
da State University. Bill Dotson, Kansas graduate; .
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i Georgia schools took the first Jim Grelle, Los Angeles Track ; 1 Wit;:.W,." ..D'.I-.... hl f'n" "'\;0'Y"BD'NjFJ.,.... ..,"', >f'.. />U'<.i;
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Young Harris Junior CoLe-je O'Hara through threequartersin
beating MiamiDade Junior three minutes. Tom then

College 8561.However would shoot for a :55 last quar
Florida schools rallied ter. Y 3ME.

in the later games with Gulf Grelle and Dotson were
Coast JC Panama City beating -
clocked in 3:59.8: last year as
Abraham Baldwin Agricul- they trailed O'Hara across the

tural College of Tifton, Ga, 85-82 finish. O'Hara's victory was a

t and Chipola JC of Marianna de- Bankers mile record of 3:59.5.'HE : .
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..s i Boutin Joins .It Casey and Mets To Battle Mexicans I


;1 Select Group I 1''\ By MURRAY CRASS night. They also are looking for- opments General Manager Buz- the Orioles are $2,000 apart on A former star athlete at the r

Associated Press Sports Writer ward to conquering the Mexico zie Bavasi of the Los Angeles a raise from his 1963 salary of University of Brownwas
K Casey Stengel and his adven- City teams they play in a seriesof Dodgers indicated that base- 30000. He wants the boost for ,
) Of All-Americas turous New York Mets are in three exhibition games starting stealing shortstop Maury Wills setting records with 71 pitching drafted second by the Pack-

Mexico in what may be the wild- tonight. may have to get into shape appearances, 59 games finished I ers after the 1962 season. However -

.\, est invasion there since Gen. New York of course has a se- without pay when the Dodgers and 26 games saved. I he signed as a bonus baby

: I NEW YORK (AP-Jim) Boutin joins Dick Barnett of Tennessee John Pershing went looking for cret weapon going for it Ca- open their season next month. I've come down as far as'with the Senators last year asa

J S of Lewis and Clark in Oregon State, Charles Sharp of South- Pancho Villa 48 years ago. sey's mouth if you can call Can't Miss I'm going to, and that's the extent -: first baseman-outfielder.
has joined the ranks of two-time west Texas, Charles Hardnett of Stengel, though hopes his that secret. of it," Miller said. "I'm
can't miss
Little All-Americas in small forces come out of it a little bet- expect selling insurance, and I
Grambling, Bob Mahland of may
I college basketball Williams and Roger Stricklandof \ \ ter than Pershing's. Several of Face Hazards spring training and go on the" stick to it."

I" the general's 12,000 troops were Still, the Mets face numerous payroll when the season opens, 1 Then there's Tommy Brownof
Fla., as a two-
Boutin, 6-foot-5 senior, is the Bavasi said. "If he signs andisn't
; time Little killed, and they never did cap hazards, more, it seems, than the Washington Senators who :
AllAmerica.Bill Your M dealer
"I I only repeater on the 1964 Little ture Villa. Pershing's expeditionary forces in shape when the season wants to be sure he can quit
All-America announced Thursday Witaconis of he'll have to train
Scranton, a The Mets certainly are in a did. opens some baseball and join the Green
: by The Associated Press. 1963 first team choice, headed bad enough that they can't more before he goes on the pay invites
I way According to mimeographedplans Bay Packers of the National you to
: Named to the firs team with this year's second team in the afford to lose any of the 24 the warned roll. Football League in July if he
Mets to
\' him were Lucious Jackson, 6-9 voting by 83 sports writers and CASEY STENGEL players and officials who ar- "drink nothing but were bottled wat- Relief pitcher Stu Miller is isn't satisfied with his baseball

senior from Pan American,, broadcasters. Al Thrasher of Faces Mexicans rived in Mexico City Thursday er. Whenever have a mixed having contract trouble with progress. That's why he hasn't
I Tex.; Willis Reed, 6-10 Wittenberg, another 1963 Little Baltimore. Miller compum'Merc's
junior drink soft otherwise make said he and! signed his contract.
A-A'er or ,
: frcm La. was out much of this
Grambling, ; Cecil Tut--
I tie 6senior season because of injuries and Avis Leilich sure that the ice cubes are ,
Georgetown; made "
of bottled water.
was generally ignored in the
Ky, and Tom Black, 6-10 F orT
from South Dakota State. voting. Pershing undoubtedly didn't "

t Boutin, who led Lewis and Fred Jones of Youngstown, have the luxury of bottled water FRIDAY, March 6 Public house, Perry. Topic and timeas

I'I Clark to a third straight North- Willie Shaw of Lane Tenn., Jer- Hits 538 SetAvis but he also certainly wasn't meeting by the Game and I above. high-strength

west Conference championship, ry Rook of Arkansas State and faced with some of the other Fresh Water Fish Commission I

Pete Spoden of State College of dangers confronting New York. at Courthouse, Jasper. Topicfor I FRIDAY, March 13Public design and .

I Iowa also were named to the Leilich topped the Ches- Anderson had a 187 high game. "Mexican fans are ardent discussion is hunting and i meeting. .at Courthouse, Lake

second team. ter's Garage Coffee League at Fred Mason's baseball souvenir hunters," the fishing rules and regulations for City. Topic and time as above.

I Nash Boutin, Jackson, Reed and Palm Lanes yesterday with a series and an 836 rolled high a 2411 Mets were advised. "Hold on to the 1964-65 season. Time is 8 SUNDAY, March 15 U. S. constructionwith

Tuttle were so outstanding that 538 and a 210 high game. Jeanne Splits were made by Liz game.Prin- your hats and everything else p.m. Open Black Bass Championship -
they received a number of votes Leland had a 523 and Mary you have, particularlywhen
for the AP's Kelly 508.Distributors. gle, 4-9; and Trudie Feather, 3- may SUNDAY, March 8Gaines- gets underway. (it runs any
big All-America 7. leaving the ball park. through August 1.) See las t
ville Pistol Club Pistol ShootRegistration
which was announced Wednes- had a 1737 series Thursday's Astream and Afieldor
"The team will dress at the
Top day. Black was the winner and 610 is at 1 p.m., shoot- competitor'soutboard
over a high game. Splits were
write John Dillin
Hotel Alameda, where it will Chamber
CW Downs ing begins at 2 The pub
Witaconis in close p.m.
a contest for made by Jo Ann Mote 2-10; of Commerce Winter Haven
be staying, and go to the ball ,
the last spot on the first team. Mrs. Leland, 5-7 and 5-10; and lic is invited. for contest details.
park in uniform. All equipmentwill :
ScorerBIRMINGHAM Polly Pepin, 4710. ClubCommunication MONDAY March 9 Public i
I Tipof be brought back to the hotel SUNDAY, March 15 Na
George Cappe of Farm Bureau after the Game and
t I Roseboro: each game and will be meeting by tional Wildlife Week begins
led the men's division of Workers came placed under lock and key." Fresh Water Fish Commissionat
Ala. the Sunday Mixed League with from behind to beat Tipoff Hotel This year's theme is AMERICA ]- From their powerheads to their shear-
( ) George Washington ,
All America 191202191584. Bruce Purdy, 51-44 in a City League basket ar proof props Meres are designed and
Cotton Nash of Kentucky Note Jacksonville. Topic for discus
Sandy rived in Mexico than Sten ATION ACT NOW TO PRO-
Bank City constructed to last...with less maintenance
University City had 549. ball at Florida
game Gym.
I though limited to 15 sion is hunting and fishing
gel experienced what he was in VIDE FOR THE FUTURE. and cost to
points in a crucial title game Betty Haley of Gridley Music The contest was a preliminaryto rules and regulations for the you.
for. Some 300 enthusi-
with Tennessee capped th Hurt a BitVERO paced 150220153.the Bea women Purdy with University 523 on the Gators Tennessee game. astically greeted persons the team at the 1964-65 season. Time is 8 p.m. The entire engine
Southeastern Conference scoring Doyle Thomas led the win block of i Mere is
The committee
1 airport. welcoming -
I City Bank, had 491. TUESDAY, March 10 Pub-
race. I BEACH (AP) -Catcher The Bankmen had a 1951 set ners with 22 points. Bill Wood or the advance force, be- lic meeting. .at Courthouse, takethe one-piece die-cast

Final statistics for the season, John Roseboro says Sandy and a 705 high game. Ron Lentz had 16 for the losers. came so enthusiastic that police Gainesville. Topic and time as I 9 aluminum.There is
released Thursday by SEC Commissioner I Koufax' disagreement with the made the 4-10 split and Bob CWA-Atwood, 1-0-2; Fulton, 3-6-12; had to rescue Casey from the above. no head. gasket to
Bernie Moore Los Angeles Dodger Stockdale 3-4-10; Thomas. 6-10-22; midst of a group of them.In blow. fewer joint
: managed Sloan 5.10.Rosemary. Sommer. 1-0-2; Sadler 113. Totals. faces to loosen and
/I that Nash edged out his persistent ment won't interfere with his James of Fred Ma- 152151. WEDNESDAY, March 11 leak.The pistons in .
rival Donnie performance this TIPOFF CLUB-Stringfellow. G-2-2; other training devel- Public meeting. .at High
Kessinger, of season. son Contractor was best in Pin Schnell. 1-0-2; Baldwin 2-0-4; Hicks camp a Merc are !forged :
Ole Miss. 1-0-2; Wood. 7-2-14; Neder. 3-0-4 Faulk. School, Chiefland. Topic and .
I "We've had some people on Topplers loop at Palm Lanes 0-1-1 Oonigan. 5111. Totals 19-4-44. aluminum.. lighter in N
this club who inclined with a 160167174501. Roxie Score by quarters: time as above.THURSDAY construction
Nash wound up with 615 pointson were toward CWA 19 3jsi Sandy Koufax struck out five yet tougher '
233 field goals and 149 free the swelled-head," said Tipoff Club 22 22-44 Yankees at least three times March 12 more durable and cooler 0

throws for a 24.6 average, while Roseboro today, "but Sandy is- each in the last World Series. Public meeting. .at Court- running than the cast aluminum

Kessinger averaged 23.5 pointson n't one of them. I don't know Lakers Down Deadline Set 1 He got left fielder Tom Tresh pistons found in '

199 field goals and 118 charity much about the problems he four times on strikes. most competitors' out.

throws. Nash played 25 games, says he had with his contract, Celtics Team For March 18 I I INCOME TAX keyand boards. .*

Kessinger 22. but I'm sure of one thing-he is I The Toronto InternationalLeague GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS Mercury's aluminum drive shaft housing .,

t TheV'lldcats, who won the a great guy with great stuff. I In Senior PlayLakers Softball season is just around baseball team is now ,r- is die-cast in I
SEC title led the league in don't think all this will affect the corner and the Gainesville owned by Robert Hunter and one piece.It does ,
his Recreation Department is mak Sam Starr. They bought the club not the
pitching. on
team offense, averaging 86.6 topped Celtics 71-42 in 1328 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924
ing plans for the Women's Softball from Jack Kent Cooke. holding power of :
Everyone Koufax the Senior basketball
r points per contest.Tennessee's thought League at theBoys' see .
25-game winner, would have an Club yesterday. Howard League. The deadline for p nuts bolts, studs
tough defensiverecord explosive meeting with E. J. Hamilton made 25 points for the I entering has been set for March I why and miscellaneous
held to the final game. EXPERIENCED TVs more. ., parti
(Buzzy) Bavasi when the general winners. Jack Daugherty had 18.On
The Vols allowed 23 foes
an av
manager arrived in Bruno Sommer 14 for the March 19, (Thursday) The forged. .
erage of only 58.3 points per gCeltics.. there will be a meeting at the from
1 training Thursday. Koufax habeen $9.95RCA aluminum damp brackets on a Mere .
tame. claiming he was pressuredinto First Federal downed Citizens Recreation Center at 8:30: p.m. are heat-treated .

Auburn hit 47.2 per cent of its signing a $70,000 contract. Bank 6-2 in Cadet play. Mark El- Anyone interested in paricipat- MOTORALA MAGNAVOX DUMONT s to the strengthof 0

field goals and Kentucky made last Friday. But Bavasi said the lint made four points for the ing Li this Softball league is re- SENTINEL-TRAVELER-ZENITH, Etc. steel and

4 75.7 of its free tosses to leadUiose incident is closed, as far as his e winners. quested to come. ALSO USED HI-FI'S STEREO'S & RADIO'S are virtually 0 01

departments.Joe concerned, "unless Sandy Royal beat Colts 46-35 in a Women interested in officiat- unbreakable. .
Newton of Auburn was the wants to talk to me and getsome Senor game Wednesday night. ing softball must attend the COUCH'S 608 N. and more... Even on the

field goal percentage leader, things off his chest. Jose Couret and W. Jones eachhad Softball Clinic scheduled at the Main St. higher horsepower ;
making 93 of 147 shots for 56.4 BaKvasi 14 points for Royals. Jimmy Recreation Center March 11, 18and Meres, the clamp
per cent. Florida's Dick Tom- However brought up McLean made 18 for Colts. 25 at 8 p.m brackets have wing ,
the possibility that holdout Mau- bolts that damp to
linson, who led most of the year, t 0
ry Wills, the shortstop, may the transom. in
was second with 53.2 cent
per have to remain in training, with- a addition to a provision for security bolts

out pay, when the National through! the transom. The lower unit A

Vesta Aikeii League season opens if he misses of a Merc has more backbone than that
much of any other outboard. It is die-cast in
so of the spring drills
Wins that he isn't in shape for the sea- : and one piece to keep the husky gears and
TourneyKEYSTONE more., shafts permanently aligned. There is
son opener April 64. ..
no protruding nose to snag rocks and
HEIGHTS logs or gather weeds. The gearshift is
Vesta Aiken won the flag tourney mechanical with no underwater electrical
at the Keystone Country PROPANEHOTTER parts to short out The Jet-Prop has

Club yesterday and Eileen Lee no shear

was runnerup. pins. It
LPws is spline
Plans are under way for thethe driven

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year NATURAL GAS ,. protectedby
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[ 14 Gainesville Sun Friday, March 6, 196* .

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''I;i f t. How Good Brandt? i1d1Thttt Leads Pensacola GolfPENSACOLA I

: (AP) The my Clark, all tournament win- -
MIAMI (AP) Every manager and hard ground ball hitter and Omaha, Neb., has shown occa- regulars the PGA tour i I
on golf
) .
i brilliance. ners in the past, and Downing BUY
1\: Jackie Brandt has played those are the kind who hit for sional flashes of f fI % (( p were shooting at the "old man"as
l\ t 'c for has said that the Baltimore high averages. But somehow I More often than not, however, I E s they teed off today for the. Gray, a member of the 1963
I Orioles' unpredictable center don't. I think I'm a -300 hitter he has been just an average second round of the $30,000 Pen i Walker Cbpteam and runnerupin GROTONEAnd
1 t .' fielder is a better player than but I've never reached that fig- performer. Sometimes very Loser PushesPITTSBURGH sacola Open. the 1962 National Amateur.
It Y he's shown. Brandt agrees."I ure in eight years in the big average."A I Gray, a Pensacola businessman, All Garden Needsat
The "old man" is
leagues. Baltimore writer once said 52-year-old
: u "
1 don't
just understand it
is a member of the host club.
says Jackie. "I'm a line drive The 29-year-old native ofGiant the most consistent thing aboutme (AP) Will Walls, talent scout for the Pittsburgh John Barnum, who plays infre- l'estl1titiJJ
is my inconsistency," of- Steelers, recently spent 43 days traveling around the nation quently on the circuit but twicein Seven players were bunchedat \( t emN/eal,..
I t fered Brandt. "I guess he just trying to sign All-America tackle Scott Appleton of Texasto the recent past stole the play 69, including the last two I -\Rur C.NIER
It" ," Boxers Clash about summed it from the younger stars of
I up. a professional football contract. professional Pensacola winners, defending I 20 NW 16th Av..Gainesville
"I don't know why. I certainly golf-when he won the
Appleton eventually decided to sign with the Houston Oilers
., I've got all 1962 Cajun Classic and when he champion Arnold Palmer, whois Phone 376-2651
\ NEW YORK (AP-Big ErnieTerrell ; German is 6-foot-7, about 210 give everything --of the American Football League and not the National Football
I j f .. ranked a whopping 3-1 and a left-bander. He's not the time. I know I'm not the League Steelers.But led after 18 holes in the PGA going after his third title I
1. j .. hitter in the world. It Championship that Bar here, and Doug Sanders, the
; .; favorite to beat Germany's even ranked. luckiest the day he made his choice Appleton thanked Walls for year.
.' bigger Gerhard Zech tonight in seems to me I get robbed of a being so nice, said he was sorry the way things turned out for num, pro at Bylthefield Country!. 1962 titlist. Mike Souchak' .!$ ES IftCII. tS .. "
.. t their heavyweight bout sched Zech makes his Garden debutas hit a game. Pittsburgh and offered a farewell hand shake. Club, Grand Rapids, Mich., George Bayer, Johnny Ott, Jay Ii
uled for 10 rounds .atdison an unknown quantity. He "The defense today is sensa- "Then," says Walls, "he got into his authomobile to take Jumped off in front again Thurs- Hebert, and Miller Barber also time to feed
'! ::I Square Garden. won the German championshipwith tional. Guys like Clete Boyer, off. But the car wouldn't start. I had to give him a shoveinthe day with a five-under-par 34-33 posted 69s.Palmer Ii": amazingGROTONE
.. The fight will be nationally an 11th round kn kout of Zorry Versalles, Ron Hanse, direction of Houston!" -67. trying to get his i
t televised over ABC at 10 p.m., Albert Westphal and has a Bobby Richardson, Tony Kubek But the deep-voiced, S-foot-3 game in shape for the Mastersin G I
"EST. string of 11 straight victories and our own Brooks Robinsonand shotmaker, who finished secondto early April and gunning for,11 .
Terrell, a 6-foot-6 Chicago going, including six knockouts. Luis Aparicio catch every- Handicap Sam Snead in the PGA Seniors his first victory of the year, was PELLETS a
.- product and currently No. 3 in His over-all record is 2711. thing. They're simply great. Kings two weeks ago, has practically :- satisfied with his teetogreenplay II

the heavyweight rankings, is Terrell, who gained his high And Jim Fregosi of Los Ange- all of the top stars in the on the windy, day. I with this spreader |
I expected to come in about 215 ranking with impressive victories -les is going to be a great one, tournament shooting at, him II that broadcasts |
pounds. The craggy-faced blond, over Cleveland Williamsand too. These guys drive you crazy Seek from close range. Fifty-one golf- "Furniture That's A Joy II
Zora Folley in his latest with the hits they take away Big MoneyBy ers shot par or better in the first To Live With" pattern n

INCOME TAX outings, expects a little trouble from you. round on the 6,380-yard Pensa U 8 feet wide ft
line drive that I knowis cola Country Club
because of the German's left- They don't come better f
GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS handed style but still rules the going through the infield fora Associated Press Sports Writer bred than these two any Calumet Stroke Back .. IIiII 11II III II .. ..
base hit. Two steps away Just a stroke behind with 68s STORE
favorite because' of his Derby hopefuls, both ,
from the plate, I look up only to The handicap kings of the were Gardner Dickinson, Fred w NW stu A n. ?h. S".ut t1t
34-4 record against good opposi were lightly campaigned as 2- W. Flnine What V. 8.U 1
1328 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924 see the ball on the way to first winter horse racing season go olds- Each Hawkins, Bill Collins and Jim
tion. year- is out of a Bull _
-- base. This demoralizes you. for the big money Saturday. Buta Lea L I
mare. Ky. Pioneer was
"It happens again and again. 1 1If

.. ? Auto Insurance Problems ? Pretty something soon like I'm that.0 So for I change 29, or $15,000 for -added 3-year-olds sevenfurlongdash at Gulf- sired Kentucky by the Jug great by Alibhai.Nashua and Attention Livestock Producers! 1\ '

I CALL 372-1433 and go for the long ball. Insteadof stream Park is the big one in Money-wise the most im-

9' Haythorne Insurance Agency hitting it out of the tees park, I light of things to come. portant 1% miles races of the Saturday$100,000-added are the you have hogs or cattle to
WE INSURE EVERYBODY pop up. This really San sell now or In the future please
off." Either one or both of Calumet Capistrano on the .
-JIll Farm candidates for the May 2 grass at Santa Anita and the contact one of the buyers at
$100,000-added John B. Copeland Sausage Company and \
running of the Kentucky Derbyare g
Handicap over 1 1-16 milesat give them an opportunity to (
: NEW G-E FILTER-FLO@ WASHER: expected to be in the Gulf- Bowie. buy your livestock.
: stream feature, named the
Mr. Consistency, winner of
Hutcheson. Pioneer
They are Ky.
the rich Santa Anita Handicap COPELAND OFFERS YOU
... and Kentucky Jug. two weeks ago, heads the fieldof
Trainer Jimmy Jones is anxious at least 20 in the San Juan 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!
Capistrano. Mrs. Ann
i Peppers'ace
to get a further line on
I has been assigned top 1. Cash market every day.
.. the two well-bred colts before I weight of 125
pounds and will 2. No commission.
the Florida Derby at Gulf- give as many as 19 to his rivals.
stream April 4. Kentucky Jug Mr. Consistency likely will b; 3. Special consideration given to meat type hogs.

won three straight races before the short priced favorite even 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient quantities.
r. finishing third in a six-furlong without any help. But there is
event last Monday.Ky. a strong possibility that trainer
Jim also CALL COLLECT 462-1011 TS
Pioneer out of last may send
... kept
out three
: : ) .rr >0/ 7 :; for the distance of 1% miles, is stablemates, all light- 4
.; 1 Tuesday's Flamingo because ly weighted, in Hold Me, Trafalgar CLAUDE PHILLIPS PRESTON POLK
and Aldershot.
: ''' Jones believed he was not ready Mongo, best of the Florida NORMAN VEECH
JL. "i : /f#. ::1 working on a string of two victories -
handicap division off
.. his victory
; ., ', with a second and a third in the Gro-Tone Pellets..Now Florida'most
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Friday, March 6, 1964 Gainesville; Sun 1

i I' / ; MARKET ,,r Salaries : McNamara Goes to Saigon

: BUSINESS t --: .. Newsmen ;
f ": REPORT .... \. : :

':1 : REVIEW if \, m"Ki Talk OfA I Chinese
1 '.. .,- -.' :=t:: Weapons Captured

i., panel of newspaper man- -- ...

; i ging editors: disagreed on't f SAIGON. South Viet Nam '' 'here has been evidencethat .the greatest importance, and
: whether marital status should I (AP) Secretary of Defense in the last I
Willistoii six months therefore not one to which I can
I- be a consideration in hiring reporters -J Robert S. McNamara is on his I' North Vietnamese
; Readers' I I support of give a 'yes' or 'no' answer at.
i Request I Gas I in the opening day of way to Saigon for a fresh look I the Communist Viet Cong has this time."
System ''Communications! Week at theUniversity "
1i i of Florida this at to the determine war in what Viet Nam can be hoping done I.l,increased, McNamara said. Khanh said he has evidence

!! One of the topics McNamara'I' Red Chinese advisers are serv-
Advancing to reverse the tide of Commu-
(The following market Quotations : ;nist may raise in talks with Premier:ling with the guerrillas but did
I are requested specifically b, readers "The Florida : Editor successes. not elaborate.!
of the Sun financial page. The quotations STOCK LISTINGSN. : II Managing! j|Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh is'
( are furnished by Pierce Wul- j WILLISTON Williston off i Looks at His Job" was the: Accompanied by Gen. :Maxwell -: whether to the to I'I'I In a Pentagon statement, Mc

: t I' tern nere.JI" Murphey Investment Service f "cials are slated to take a tripto topic of the opening talks on, D. Taylor, chairman of the North Viet Nam carry soil. The war ,Namara called his trip "a further -

J 11 t' Atlanta next Tuesday to''!j Journalism Day this monung Joint Chiefs of Staff McNa-I I has advocates proposal -I II affirmation of the U.S. commitment

II r Kennasaw Life ._ .? 13 :Dre'fus ..... ._ _.... 19.60 !close out the issuance of $150-1 before an audience of jourrei -mara left Washington by jet i and in Saigon I I to furnish whatever

I" r: V. STOCK Life of Fla ...... _.... ... 58: Fidelity Capit ...... ._ 10.90 II 000 in gas revenue certificates.i'lism and communications students early today on his fourth fact-,I Washington. I|i economic aid and military training -

1\ : EXCHANGEAbbott Lowes Company..... ?. 17% 'Fidelity Fund ...... 17.10 The certificates, to which the at the Student Center. finding mission to Viet Nam. Hews I McNamara declined to discuss I and logistical support is

\. 0" ,::Milgo Electron ...... ... 148 .; Fidelity Trend ._.. ._ 18.06 I officials will affix their signatures -: Cleve Hamm, managing editor to stop en route in Hawaii. such a tactic, except to refer 'needed by the South Vietnameseto

Lab 2.40 ...... 11138 I Mort. Guaranty Ins .... 24tt: ; Fund'tal Invest 10.54 were sold to finance construction of the Lakeland Ledger, Before leaving, McNamara to statements by PresidentJohnson I suppress this insurgency, and

; Allied Cern 1.80 ...... 544 I Pacific SW Air ...... 40'4 1 I Income of Boston .._ 8.23 ,: of a natural gas distribution -'said he thought a married man I told newsmen the situation in and Secretary of State I I to continue to do so for what
Schlitz Brewing .. 46}t !! Incorporated Inc 9.70 : Viet Nam and that Dean Rusk "
Pt 2.00 .... 76 : I system here. The buyer should be paid more if the was grave discounting the possibility ever period is required.
Amerada 1.16b._ 4.ft" Secur. Life & Tr. ....... 53 '! Keystone K-2 ..... ..... 5.55Keystone t was the Federal Housingand newspaper expected to hold on j new and heavier weapons, "ob of an assault on the i During the news conference,

Am Elc Pow 5i Southern Nitro ...... ..... 174 '! S-3 ...... ..... 16.-15 .. Home Finance ''on to him.Cortland. viously of Chinese manufacture north. however, McNamara appearedto
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t Amer Enka 1.40a ...... 644 8 Travelers Ins ..... _.._ 189 Keystone 5-4 ...... ...... 4.58 Agency. 1. Anderson of the St. ," had been captured from Khanh said Thursday in a be sticking to his earlier intention
Amer Home 1.44a Jim Walter ...... ..... ..... .. r
J 1734 29 4'Life Investors 19.53 Announcement of the impending Petersburg Times and Barney the guerrillas. He mentioned statement "the best defense isi I to pull out most of the
Amer :M Fdy .90 Life Stock Fund ...... 7.63 ,iMass. j Atlanta trip was made at heavy-duty machine guns, more offense" but added: "The : 15,500 U.S. advisers
Armco Stl 3.00 ...... 74 TODA V'S DOJO ES Waters of the Pompano Beach esca- military In
I Atch Topka 1.20a 28 8I Prev. Close Components 1st Hr : In\ Trust ....._ 16.05 1 he: City Council meeting Tuesday Sun-Sentinel took the opposite sophisticated mines and 75mm. lation of the war to include Viet Nam by the end of next

3'I, :Mass In\ Growth ._ 8.55 (: night. It is expected that view. recoilless artillery.SRD North Viet Nam is a matter of I year.
I Bauch Lomb 1.20 ___ : Pioneer Fund ..... ...... --- --. -
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... .... 26 803.77 I Indust. upi 2 ; 9.67.1Puritan he city will enter into a construction They said reporters should
Baxter Lab .36 .. .. ( Fund ...... ..... 9.2-1
.. ._ ... 5946U j contract on the gas,;be paid strictly what they are
Beckman In .. .. 'i91:2: i' Rails | Up 0.27" : Putnam Growth _.. .. 9.22TV
; I roject right after the revenue :worth as reporters, regardless: Gives
Beech LF S 1.10 ... Encouragement
& Elec .................. 8.04
.. 140.55 [ Util.] QffTb7 ertificates '
: Bristol My .80 ? .. ... 63e I | ( I Value Line Inc ._ 5.41 e are signed. of marital status.

Brown Shoe 3.40 ...- I 181.48 } Stocks | Off 0.27 Wellington Fund .. 14.79 :: The low bidder for construc- Another spokesman on the I

Brunswick ...... ..... ...... 10 8 : 1 lion of the gas system was Wilier subject of salaries, Bruce Man- ,
4l>90,000 Volume | 1,240,000 Purchases ...................... 381,288 On
.... 112 I (: Construction Co. of Birmingham ning of the Florida Times Un- L. Rd.
Cambell S. 2.40 .... Melrose-Orange
Short Sales .................. 3S91
'. Carter Pdt l.OOa ...... 664 'I Ala., with an offer. ion, said newspaper salaries'
Other Sales .................. 377,659 '
Case J. I. ..- ._.. ..._ 114 AMERICAN I ()f $113,041. Bids were received i had, gone up "tremendously" in'
I Total Sales .................. 381,250
27U Jan. but the last five and will!; County commissioners came i presented the board's the Columbia line to the
... 21 the county
Cessna Air 1.00 .. STOCK EXCHANGE (on city could years j I II County
Advances ._.................. 5a-l
Ches Ohio 4.00 ...... ....- 69!8 I i Declines ......................_ 495 I l IItnchanged lot award a contract until after continue to rise.Journalism back from yesterday's State i(I road priority recommendations. !II primary priority list.
Coas S Gas .._.. ._... .., 36 I Ie the revenue certificate formalities Day continued Road Board road budget hearings -']1 I Alachua is one of 16 counties\ Powers said the
AerojetGen ...... ...... 35 ...................... 270 -: new budget
CBS l.SOb ...... ...... ...... 43::" Analex Corp ...... .... 283.8 Total Issues .................. 1319 i I had been completed. ;;:this afternoon with a panel encouraged by questions I'on Powers' road district and is would not include the extra
Comb Eng 1.20 .... .... 275 8 Officials the Atlanta discussion on newspaper auto- from Road Board member budgeted for $1.1 million worth
? Aqua Chem _.... ...... 20 New 1963-6-1 Highs .... 45 making I(, four-laning but noted the depart
Cone Mills .80 ...... _.._ 1578 Aurora Plastics ..... 20% New 1963-64 Lows ........ 11 ::1i trip will include Mayor Ford|mation. ;| Ralph Powers about the Mel-I.of secondary gasoline tax funds ment is "well aware" of the

i Contl I Airl 1 .40 _... ..... 214 Barnes Engineer ..._ 25 i]Lincoln, Council President Hank J I rose-Orange Lake road. !'for 1964-65 by the SRD. need to extend the project as
Conti Ins 2.20 ..- ...._ 5734 N Y S E MOST ACTIVE STKS 1 No Cancer Commissioner Jack Total for the 16
Butler Shoe ...... ..... ... 7: ]Radacky, Attorney William 1 : Durrance budget coun- soon as possible.
Contrl Dat ...... .. ..... 8634 I Complete Vol. Close Changes : told Powers he had I ties in the district is $11.7 milt
Cmerama .... ........ ...... 15% t|Chappell and Mrs. Sylvia Lan- i gotten more t High Springs spokesmen included
;. Corn Pdts 1.50 ..... 64 Chromalov ...... ...... ...... 1138 ti i i ier, city clerk. Found III |complaints on the road's condition -I lion. City Commissioners W.
Delta Air 1.60 ...... _... 81 8 Computer .... ._ 234 146 300 Xerox 84 Up 3V than about any other road! Special emphasis was given! R. J. C. Vause and
Det Steel .60 _.... ...._ 1351.. ; 88 200 Chrysler 45% Up 3i Late the since he has been U.S. and U.S. 441 four! Longman,
Cutter Labs ... ............ 18 I Morning MacArthurBULLETIN' Jin! county to 301 W. E. Wright. Chamber of Commerce
Emerson El 1.00 ........ 40 : Data Control..... ._ 31% 83 000 Am Photo lO% Up 78; I I on the commission. II laning construction. j -

; Fair Camra .50g ...... .. 3138 i Fulton Inds ...... ...... 9 71 100 RCA New 3578 Up 4 N. Y. Listing :, Commissioners said they felt)' A delegation from Alachua j representatives were D.

Finanl Fed ...... ...... ... 5)14 Gen Develop ...... 414 61 800 Erie Lack 4% Off Powers': interest indicated that I and High Springs appealed to i R.W. Moree Newell and Jr., S.Lou M.Cloutier Galbraithof T.

Fst Chartr 1.97f ...... .. 43 l3ckey Airlines ...._ 6% : 60 300 Ford Motor 56 Up 4 AlJisChal 17% IntNick 7F8 :. WASHINGTON i special attention might be the road department to speed up
Fla E Cst ...... ...... ...... 10'2 Mead Johnson ..... 22 52 600 Permian 14 Up 3s Alcoa 75:14: IntPap 318 : removed (AP-Army'given to the project. i the U.S. 441 work and Powers the city planning and zoning
Food Fair .90 ...... ...... 194 51 600 Gen ;Motors 81' Off AmAir surgeons Douglas board.
Pac NW Tel..... ._ 23 I 3s 4n4 Jones&L 71% I A county delegation. including!!was asked to add the segmentof
FMC: Corp 1.00 ...... ... 53 Philips Eke 47% .! 50 400 Penick Ford 20 Off V; AmBrk 53 Kais Al 37J JArnBdPar i'today: MacArthur's gall bladder|!State Rep. Ralph Turlington! the highway from Alachua toj Alachua representatives were

J Cen Tele .88 .... ...... 32'4 i Redwing Carriers ._ 1012 46 300 Crucible Stl 24 Up 58, 34 4 Ken'cott 81 : and said they found no! ---------- ------ --- ._-- -- ---I City Commissioners Bob Cato,

Ga Pacifi l.OOb ...... .? 58t I RIC Group ...... .._ ._ 10)!), 45 000 Sperry Rd 18 Off i ': ArnCan 41 Lig&Mmy 74 4 :f evidence of any cancer. Ralph Cellon)) and Robert Hitch-

Getty Oil .lOg ...... .'..... 2lhs I Sperry R. Wts ..... _.. 8 2 37 400 Cerro 38S8 Up i': AmCvan 6238 Loch'd 3938. Nixon 'Would cock.

Grace Co l.OOb ...... .... 504 !Syntex ..... ....- ._- .... 88 I!! 35 700 Cont Airlines 21 Up li: Amot: 16 Lorillard 44I f Commissioner Sid Martin and

Heine Curt .80 ...... ...... 337. !Tampa Elec ...... ..... 25 I 34 100 East A. L. 333s Off 24 j i AT&T 140 Mag'vox 39 WASHINGTON (APArmy !I Durrance cited the need for

IBM: 5.00 ...... .... .._.. .. 56212 j Tech teasur ...... ._ .. 211TW 31 600 Ampex 16J4 Up li: ArnTob 28% MplsHon 127 .doctors i began exploratory sur- special consideration of a long-

Int :Min C 1.80a .. ._... 81z ; A Wts ..... ...... ..... .. 17'zVaispar i{I AMER. STK EXCH ACTIVE ArnpxCp 16 1\L\f&M 68 ,gery this morning on General of V-P range plan to build a downtown
Int Tele 1.00 .. ......_ 5334 : I I I!the Douglas MacArthur to Accept' Spot
? ..... ..... _... .. 7% : Anaconda 48 Mohasco 12% ,' Army expressway along Depot Avenuein
'Mlogg .80a ...-. ...... 42'i STOCKS ; Armour 491 Mons'to 68 try to pinpoint the cause of an,; Gainesville linking the Veterans

Lehman Cp 1.34e ...... .. 291-1 ; MUTUAL FUNDS & Babcock 55 8 MontWd 36% 'I i obstruction to his biliary sys-:;, '
Litton In 1.98f .... ...... 66 INVESTMENT CO. I Volume Close Change, BethStl 25'4 Nat Dair 6S% tern. I NEW YORK (AP) Former,And as far as I'm concerned I Administration and Uni.
105 300 Sea World A. 8>8 Up 8i Vice President Richard M. Nix. I'm making it clear that I'm versity hospitals with Depot to
Lone S Cm 1.00 ....... .. 20 Affiliated Fund ...... ... 8,49 I 66 000 Syntex Corp 88',:a Up 4 The operation began at 8 not a candidate for presidentand relieve congested traffic already
Marsh Fid 1.60 ...... ? 3938: Borden 71% N.AmAv 52% on said today he is ready to ac-!
o'clock officials of Walter Reed ;
Life & Gr. ,
Capital 9.80 49 200 Mass.-Ferg. 18% Up i' not a candidate for vice ,building up and expected to increase -
Martin M 1.00 ...... ...... 1938
Brunswk 10 8 45% nomination1for
I Penney !
Divers Growth .... _. 9.52 24 800 18' Hospital said.Surgeons | cept the Republican
Campbell C. 4% Up president but I will do what- when the VA hospital
McG Hill .60a ...... .... 3738
CaterTr 56 PRR 32%
I ? Dividend Shares ...... 3.63 22 500 TWA-WTS 174 Up 3i: % j! said before the operation -i the same post again. !1,ever my party asks me to do opens.
,1 Mead Corp 1.70 ...... 444 Celanese 6Ps PepCola 50%
Merck 2.00a .... ...... ... 1184Natl : --- ---- -- -- -- Chrysler 46 PhillPet 49 8 ; that the possibility of;; He stressed that he is not a' and I feel everybody else'I The county delegation comj -
cancer could not be ruled out !sheuld, too. |:mended Powers' for his work
Airl .80 ...... .. 4634 j
CornEd 140 42 8
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, MAR. 5 RepStl candidate for either the presi-
but that
4 NY Cenll .50g ...... ...... 34 II (eo Pew York Tun. ConEdis 831.z ReyTob 39%.' they were "hoping "The vice presidency, as;'iin I the past three years, noting
Nia :M Pow 2.00 ........ 513. High Low Close Net Chg. : ContCan 43 Seaboard 47 1 they would find only I dential or vice presidential nomination Lyndon Johnson's present posi.||i the road progress in the county

Norfolk W 6.00 ...... _. 122'4No i 25 Rails 132.52 131.52 132.26 Up .41 H DowChe 69 Sears 107 ,I that the 84-year-old general's I but that he would do tion proves today, is as important and i area while Powers has been

Ind P S 1.48 ...... .. 564 I 25 Industrials 801.73 791.64 798.11 Up 1.98 ; duPont 260 Sinclair 45 4|ailment was due to a gallstone,what his party asked. ; as the. ,presidency." I;I on the road board.
50 Stocks 467.12 451.58 465.18 1.19 ; lodged in one of the bile ducts! -- -
No Nat Gas 1.80 51'i I Up EAL 3318 Soconv 7Es Nixon, appearing on the NBC-

Olin Math 1.20 ...... ...... 4714 j E.Kodak 127 SouthnC 53% in his abdomen. !TV "Today" program, was

Owens 11 G 2.50 ...... > 944 \ t t FlaP&L 77 jsperlJ'R 18 8 l I MacArthur's son, Arthur, arrived -I' asked by interviewer Hugh

Pac G&E 1.00 ..,-. ...... 313i STOCK Ford 56 StBrand 77 in Washington Thursday;j,,Downs whether he would ac- @Uttuaritcontributions

Pac Lting 2.40 ..... ...... 55: I FLASHES i Frmst Da 9% StO NJ 82.I afternoon and presumably was,ccpt second spot on the ticket.

Pac T&T 1.20 ...... ...... 307s t MARKET Frept SuI 35% Studebak 7 8 i with his father before the operation -, ,

Pan Amer A 1.20 ...._ 684 I FruehTr 30 Swift 50 began. "I know you are going to exIpect 'i
MRS. IDA M. R. HENRYMrs. to a favorite char
Parke Dav 1.00 ...... :324 t NEW YORK (AP) The Westinghouse opened unchanged GenDyn 31 Texaco 7.t :' The operation was being performed .!' me to say 'no' because I :

Pennzoil 2.00 ................ 70' stock market edged higher in,, at 35 on 2,500 shares. Also i' GenE 86i Thiokol 17 by Lt. Gen. Leonard D. I have been vice president for I Ida Mae Roebuck Hen- ity.Her survivors include three

Perkin El .................._ 423i moderately active trading at;!!unchanged, Eastern Air Lines GenFds 89% U Carb 119 4Genli11s Heaton, surgeon general of the!eight years and have run for I ry, 45, of 3242 NW 12th St., died I sisters, Mrs. Ada F. Marsh,
Pfizer .80a ...... ...... .... 487s I who former I president," Nixon replied. i
..- I the opening today. i sold on 7,000 shares at 33% and : 39 Unit Air 47: Army, operated on I : last night in Alachua General Johnson, S. C. and Gainesville.
Phelps DG 3.00 ..- ... 6& I Ford at 56 on 4000. Gen ltrs 81' UnFruit 20 President Dwight D. Eisenhower -
"But I don't along with extended ill Mrs. 0. G. Isom, Spartanburg,
Polaroid .20 ...... ... ... 1547s i Most key stocks gained s1ightly. -i International Paper gained U1 Goodrich 56% US Steel 55%,: when he was stricken with a,::the current talk among the Hospital after an I S. C., and Mrs. Rosabell Wilson -
Pub Sv E G 2.60 ...... 777<4'' ness.
Goodvr 44 Univ lat 12 4Greyimd 'serious abdominal ailment during -
at 3138 on 1,400 shares. candidates for downgrading i Dallas Tex.; and
Pure Oil 1.60 ...... ...... .. 43s !I'present many
35l' The other
531 WestgEl 4 his presiedncy.
Opening blocks included: } Yesterday the Associated!i the vice presidency. I1 She was born in Clay County, nieces and nephews.
...... ...... ,
Rajonier 1.00.. Jj'lI Electrical and Musical Indus.!; Press average of 60 stocks closed Gulf Oil 518 WinnDix 302 ;chief surgeon was Col. Thomas I| think it is time to upgrade it.i in i but lived in Gainesville for the !MRS. MARY E. ROOT,
..... .. '
Rexall .50b .. 387iReyn IntHarv 65 4 Woolwthl 74'4 J. Whelan. _
tries, 4 at 64 on 6,000\j unchanged at 293.5.One j
up _._
Metl .50 ...... ...... 38Ta lat -- past 40 years. Mrs. Mary E. Root, 83 of
shares Crucible Steel,
Rich Merr 1.00 ...... ...... 48 ; up Sinatra i ) Melrose, died Thursday morn
24 on 4.000; and Sperry She was a member of the
R C Cola 1.20 .....?........ 5034 !1 2 I ing in a Jacksonville hospital after .
: Rand up 8 on 5,500. Ridgeview Baptist Church. j
Roy Dutch 1.73g ... 43'* .- an extended illness.
: Radio !
Corp rose J4 to 36 YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
Searle Cd .90 ..- ?.... 603i ,on 4,400 shares. Texaco added !. I Ii Trial Neai''WindUp Funeral service will be tomorrow '
Singer :2.00 .... ...... .... %14 'i at 3 p.m. i in the Jones-' Funeral services will be conducted -
p 14 at 744 on 1,900 shares. Polaroid .
Smith Kin 1.20a ...... ... 6634 :'I : I Johnson Funeral Home Chapel i|I tomorrow at 11 a.m.
4 at 155
gained on 1.000.
Sou Cal Ed 1.05: ...... ... 3234 i' shares. : \ |[ Rev. Tommie Howe, pastor of. with graveside services at the
Cut for Small Firms
St Oil Cal 2.00 ...... ... 61 !: Unchanged, Studebaker Big o \: :< l:>:;ff i the Ridgeview Baptist Churcn:I'Keystone Heights Cemetery.

St Oil Ind 2.00b ...... 637s at 7 on 2,000 shares. opened Also \ -'. .,...: ., i LOS ANGELES (AP) The|.I and Rev. Earl Haney of Sarasota -j' Mrs. Root, a housewife, was

Sterl Drug .65 ............ 2314: I unchanged, Du Pont sold at.: ., Frank Sinatra Jr. kidnapingcase i i will officiate. born in Nashville, Tenn.

Texas Util 1.20 .... ...... 5834 'j 2604 and Douglas Aircraft at i' =_ ==== By. Sylvia. Porter ..< J. 1 is expected to go to the I I Survivors include her husband,:, Among survivors are one brother -

Textron 1.40 ................ 43 I. 23%. .. .. II -. I jury by nightfall. Only final ar- I Willie D.: her mother, Mrs.I Oscar Marshall of Eagle-
J Tidewater ...... ...... ...._ each of four ,I ville, Tenn.; one sister, Mrs.
3834 US Steel eased l* to 5578 on of the biggest tax cuts in per cent on the next $25,000 under Let's say corporations (guments and instructions remain Delia H. Roebuck; four broth-
Trans W A ._.. ...... 344 i 2,000 shares. the whole 1964 tax law goes to I the 1964 rates. Wouldn't it I in your controlled group| in the four-week trial. ers, Bennie, Sam and John Roe-i' Fannie Ward, Nashville, and

Union Pac 1.60a ...... .. 414 ;i R. J. Reynolds rose *:4 to 39%;,,small and medium-size corpora- ''be I a good idea, you might say, has $25,000 of income in 1964. buck, all of Gainesville; another one nephew, J. W. Marshall of

Und Air L l.SOb ............ 554 ,ton 1,200 shares. Goodrich add.j}j,tions. As an illustration, a cor-i I to set up a business equally between The corporations could pay 221' The defense rested its case brother, Lawrence of Cocoa .Montgomery, Ala.

Upjohn 1.00 ...... _.._ 551,2 ;, ed at SeH on 2,700 shares. j I|poration with $25.000 of net income -I I two corporations so that'per cent on the first $25,000 of Thursday without calling Barry I I Beach, and one sister, Mrs..I Williams Thomas Funeral.

War Lamb .70 ...... ...... 26 8 --- ,; after expenses paid $7,500 II:each would pay only 22 per cent the total income of the group Keenan, one of the three de Sadie Sheppard of Gainesville Home is in charge of arrangei

Worthintn 1.50 ._.. ...... 331, ,in taxes for 1963. Under the new Ion its $25,000 and thereby plus 50 per cent on the remaining fendants. Both government and I. The family requests contributions -i ments.

Xerox ...... ...... ._ ... 84 lk Traffic Counter I:law, it will pay only $5.500 for!I save $7,000 in taxes as comparedto $75,000 a total tax of defense witnesses includingthe be made to the Ridge-, MRS. MARY A. SMITH

Zenith 1.20a .... ...... ... soi4 ,1964 a huge saving of over 25 operating as one corporation? $43,000. Or they could pay 28 other two defendants-have I view Baptist Church Building'
a Also extra or extras first of depicted the 23-year-old salesman I Fund in lieu of flowers. MICANOPY Funeral ser-
cent the $25,000
On !! on
cent. The answer is No, because the per
b Damaged per I for Mrs. Ann Smith
Annual rate plus stock dividend as the brain behind the alleged ;jvice Mary ,
total tax : Pallbearers Gene Robinson
(each are -
I have been new law includes provisions designed corporation a
Although tax rates abduction of the :190; who died at her home here
Trans-UF'TrijV lowered for all corporations,:)I to discourage operation. of only $28,000. This is an easy I singer from his Lake Tahoe young, t W. B. Johnson, J. D. Os-.Wednesday, will be Saturday
"teen Joe Hill)), Morris Stoter and
e Declared or paid so far this those with incomes of $25,000 on'(of a business through multiple:I'choice. Nev., motel last Dec. 8. j |at 10 a.m. at Williams-Thomas

yearf Somebody messed up the less receive by far the biggest 1 corporations to cash in on the. The new law also makes it ., R. H. Reddick. 'Chapel in Gainesville.Mrs. .

Paid in stock in Gainesville pol 1 i ice's traffic I proportionate benefit from the((22 per cent rate. It limits the: more difficult to create or sets Defendants Joseph Amsler, MRS. C. C. PEDRICK Smith had lived in Ala
mated cash value esti- counter at the intersection of reductions. These firms have j benefit of the new 22 per cent: up new multiple corporate oper 23, and John Irwin, 42, each I chua County about 15 )'ears.I .

dend or on ex-divi NW 13th Street and University had the tax rate lowered from i'rate on the first $25,000 of eachcorporation's I ations. Before 1964 it was reasonably -I spent two days on the stand. Funeral services for Mrs. C. She was a member of the Episcopal -
exdistribution dateg | I
Each testified that Keenan C. Pedrick, 84, 303 S. Main St.,
the' income where a I simple for a to Church.
Paid last'ear Avenue this morning, and 30 per cent in 1963 to 22 per ( person
OVER TilE COUNTER police don't like it. (cent in 1964 and 1965. Corpora.I parent corporation owns subsi- set up two or more corporations talked them into being reluct- who died Wednesday night after Survivors include one son,
sometime where to his business or to ant participants in a "perfect an extended illness, will be Robert C. Smith of Micanopy,
i I Police reported that tions with incomes over $25.000]J diary corporations or a l operate
AJico Land ..... ...... !I' I:crime.? at 11:30 a. m. tomorrow.They'll and
77 aAmer : between 12:40 a.m. and 2 a.m. have had the tax rate cut from i group of corporations is owned l transfer his real estate to a corporation -'' t be at in one grandchild two great.

Fidel Life ...... 24t2 someone picked up the traffic -,,52 per cent in 1963 to 50 percent 'j 180 per cent or more by the same he owns. But under the Sinatra, 21, was released unharmed Cemetery graveside with Dr. grandchildren.Burial .

Amer Heritage .._.. .... 19L2 'I I counter hose that crosses the( in 1964 and 48 per cent in individual or estate or trust. new law if five or less individuals I' after his father paid U.Evergreen S. Gordon officiating.Mrs. will be in Hillcrest

Amer Nat Ins ..... ...... 21 street at the intersection and' 1965. Even if there are sound busi.. who already own 80 per I$240,000 ransom. Pedrick belonged to a Memorial Park.

Amer Pion'r Life .... 43'2 t dragged it out across the Uni- What does this mean to you ness reasons other than tax sav. cent or more of one corporation pioneer Alachua County faralily. MRS. PEARL A. ROLZ

Anheuser Busch ........ 4 8 : versiy of Florida campus. It .as a businessman If you are ings for operating through more: ,form one or more other corpora- I Nearly all of the ransom money I She was born in Archer Mrs. Pearl Adams Rolz, 83,

Aiiodyne ...... ..... ._. 3-1 was found this morning, but now operating as an individual than one corporation these: tions to which they transfer property was recovered with the arrest and moved to Gainesville in of 7 NE 9th St., a resident of
Citizens Bank ...... ..... 3718Conn badly damaged. restricted to this cash) of the three defendants.|
proprietor or in a partnership. groups are ; (other than they : 1886. She had lived at 303 S.(Gainesville for the past13
Lt & Pow .... ...... J7l Police said the internal partsof Their counsel characterized the
22: cent t'will have done
you should carefully)) weigh the (choice. Either get a per be presumed to I Main St. for 77 years. At onetime 1 years, died last night. She was
Cowlefag: & PB.._ 133. the hose which records the comparative advant ages of rate on only the first $25,000 of fjthis: for tax saving purposes. affair as a publicity stunt. Both her family owned muchof the widow of Frank Rolz.
Dun & Bra st .... ...... 62 number of vehicles passing the Sinatras, and other government
total income be barred
switching into a corporation because the group's regardless \ Then they can even the land around the courthouse Among survivors are two
Firs West Fine ...... 17a !!intersection, will have to be re- cent witnesses, said the kidnapingwas I
how the 28 Edith
of from Mrs.
of the rate cuts. many corpora choosing per daughters, I
corporate square.
Florida Gas ...... _... ... 10 'pl ced. | ,' real.
i i There are traps, though, to tions are in the group, or pay rate unless they can clearly She was a member of the Yonkers N. Y., and Mrs. Ca.
Bank ..
Fla. Nat'l
_0 28 CAP to Meet !;avoid. The sharply lower taxI a higher 28 per cent rate on I prove that tax savings was not All defendants are chargedwith : First Presbyterian Churchand therine Delegal of Jacksonville;
Fla.Tel._ 291 I rate of 22 per cent on the first I the first $25,000 of income oli f: a major purpose which will six counts of kidnaping and the Gainesville Women's three sons, William G. of Gain j
Forrest Labs A Civil Air Patrol I$25.000 of corporation income,i each corporation. be a mighty tough job. conspiracy to kidnap and hold I Club. t esville, Galen of Daytona I
Founders Life'.. 8 special
: to show could lead to think of split I If you are a businessman vi.. You can still set up new cor- for ransom. Upon conviction Pallbearers for her funeral Beach, and Johnny Frank of I
Franklin Life 57 meeting designed prospective you -
Great Amer ._ 15 I members what the or-I ting your operations into more]tally concerned with this choice,p porations to save taxes by trans- each defendant could get a will be DeWitt C. Jones, Byron Odessa TeLFuneral ,

GroUer 4 ganization is will be Thursday i than one corporation just to get|I here is my advice to you. You]I ferring cash to them and having maximum sentence of life imprisonment -I Mills, Addison Pound, services will be con-

Gulf Life ..... _. 51Berff t night at Buchholz Junior High the extra tax breaks. For instance -i often will find it advantageow; them buy the desired property plus 75 years and I1!!' Pierce Smith. Cedric Smith, ducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow with
which to pay the higher 28 per cenl t from an unrelated source. $35,000 fine. Since young Sinat and Clarence Smith. graveside services in the Hill-
Jon:s ... 161 School. a corporation I : I
Memorial Park.
Home Insurance 65 It earlier was announced for earns $50.000 will pay 22 per.rate on the first $25,000 of eacliI1 I, Next: Tax Breaks for Older ra was unharmed, the death The family requests that. crest Dr. U. S.
I would {flowers be omitted in lieu of[ Gordon will officiate.
Ju tinit Mkts ._ 5 2t. 'last night. |cent on its first $25,000 and 50 1 corporation. {Persons. I penalty not apply.

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''. What's your problem For a t 1"- -
,, eral reply writ to Abby Box 33 65.I' J

r Be Blunt l MotherAbigail Beverly Hills. Calif.- 90212. and t
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include self-addressed stamped cat -

I'i t}, ]{.) Van Buren I IJ L! velope. Abby answers all mail. 4'G .. 4 i 1.aC Wl{ I --

I !J ; DEAR ABBY What do you think of an engagement where DEAR ABBY: My wife has started to talk so loud she is i pRE STOOPIDIDEEL, ) AH'LL BET HE'LL BE KlSSIN HER HE'S THE SAME AS ANY RED-BLOODED 1

,, the couple has to sneak around like thieves to meet secretly driving me crazy. When I remind her to tone down she startsto FOSDCKKNOWS! 1 HIS PORE, / UNTIL SHE CA1MT STAND IT NO MORE.7 AMERICAN BOY'.' WE ONLY KISSES' OUR I J
\ because the boy's parents are opposed to the marriage, and speak in almost a whisper but before long she is yelling GREATEST j] AH'LL BETNEWON JT-2-?1TH LINE O'DUTV..'

'1 he is afraid to face them with the facts? He swears he loves again. What should I do? We've been married almost 30 years. ( KISSER T!! vI r iV>

the girl, yet he has never taken her to a public place and they CREATIONr" JEStWAn .t.
F have been going together for over a year. She has studied and GOING CRAZY = : YO'5EE TH

1, gone to classes for months to take his religion, but, on Sundays DEAR GOING: Take your wife to a doctor who specializesin : ; +.. HEXT FOSPIOs

; when she sees him in church with his parents he doesn't disorders of the ear. She could be suffering from a hearingloss 'S: COMICAL'
I dare even to look in her direction. This girl could have her and not know it 1 e

t pick of many other boys, but she just sits home and waits for = *" /Sk7'L3 .

I 'J him to sneak away and see her. She is so in love with him DEAR ABBY: What would you have done in a case like < \ rr I

'[ it pains me to see her hurt like this. How can I help her? this? My daughter-in-law had a birthday coming up, so I asked f : -

.1 THE GIRL'S MOTHER her in my most pleasant tone, "What would you like for your ,... / & l.,
birthday, dear?" She looked me right in the eye and replied, m..

DEAR MOTHER: You do not mention their ages. Or his "Give me the money instead, Mother. Your taste is atrocious!"

education or financial status. This is of utmost importance.If ("_ /I'D LIKE TO i
he is still dependent on his parents announcing his en STRUCK SPEECHLESSDEAR / SPEAK TO l t )

gagement to a girl of whom they disapprovetiild end all { THE LADY OF 1 0
help from them. If he loved the girl enough and were a man, STRUCK: I'd have given her a "taste" of an ignored \ THE HOUSE 1 JD

he'd do just that, and find a way to make it on his own. birthday. H \

He is obviously unwilling, unable-or no man. Do your M-4

\ daughter a favor and tell her she is cheapening herself. CONFIDENTIAL TO EDNA: Yes, I write all my own an kpH :Y1)

I ..<, swers. A ghost "Titer hasn't a ghost of a chance with me. cn f

? 3.1
ers, Bill Williams. tures of a civic-minded

11:30 O D Johnny Canon housewife who sends her

i: 1:00 O Broadway Goes Latin husband to complain to

I 0e SATURDAY the Pentagon when the t

j <..- yf isf'hyi. 7:00 D Count Of Monte Cr' Army picks their subur-

'" O Sun Rise Semester ban community as the -,
-- -- -- ---- ----- --- -
School Form site of a "top secret"
7:30 O Sunday
Comedy Capers project. LIKE A BURN THAN
1 8:00 O Across The Fence 9:30 O Phil Silvers HELP ME SOMEONE; Zi52\ { IN ME! REALLY? A BRUISE.4
O Captain Kangaroo "Take Her, She's Tall"Harry CLOTHES OFF

D Ramar of the Jungle tries to get his girl- HER,

8:30 O Robin Hood shy nephew to go out on

FRIDAY EVENING psychologist to place eachof CD Popeye and Bozo a date. Harry: Phil Sil tu ( J d i i' ,

1:00 O Best of GrouchoO his crooks in the job (color) vers. Andy: Ronnie Da-

Adventures in he's best suited for. Script 9:00 Q SupercarO po. Audrey: Elena Ver- -<
Paradise by Bob Fisher and Arthur Alvin dugo. Susan: Sandy Des- )II lio i

5:25 O Moments In Sports Marx. Directed by 9:30 O Q (Color) Ruff and cher. Waluska: Herbie
5:30 O Dick "Real McCoys" Faye.
ReddyO 10:00 O Gunsmoke -- R.. U.S.P.t Of.. P 'TERc
5:55 CD Local News Crenna. Tennessee Tuxedo Ecu Oui.c t I
11:00 O Detectives
6:00 O News, Spts., Wethr. 9:00 0 La Serva Padrona 10:00 O D Hector HeathcoteO O CD News IH
t 0 Sunshine Almanac Franco Ferrara directs Quick Draw McGraw Weather ""-

6:15 0 Channel Five News the Philharmonic Orchestra 10:30 Q (D Fireball XL-5 11:45 O Movie Q
6:30 O News-Walter O Mouse
of Rome in Pergolesi's Mighty "The Dolly Sisters." Musical
Cronkite "La Serva Padrona" 11:00 O B Dennis The Menace OKAY A5 SOON AS YOU'RE READY TO AND NOW TO WAIT i
O Junior High Science about servant who O Ranger Hal centering around the LEAVE THE KID'S APARTMENT CALL FORMR.ALCROYDEN'VERY
a plots I I famous sisters of the en- DROP ME AT THEOFFICE./THEN ME HERE..UNDER5TAND? PLAY IT.BY .
Today to marry her master. 11:30 O fD Fury tertainment world. Betty YOU AND MAMA DUMP JEANIE) EAR..NO MATTER WHAT I '11a
I O CD News-Huntley- 9:30 O Twilight Zone-Drama O Roy Rogers Grable, John Payne, June OFF AT HER APARTMENT/1 I5AY TO YOU ON 111(11I (
Brinkley O O That Was The 12:00 OO Sergeant Preston Haver, S. Z. Sakall. z BE COMING TO SEE ME ANDIWANTTObE5UREIM I ) d
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O Sing Ill-Sing Lo Independence Day in O Do you Know ael West's story of a young tf
CD Glenn Reeves-Music Ghana and Return-the- 1:00 O 03 ExploringO man who becomes the

7:15 O Friendly Giant Borrowed-Book Week. Al- CBS News' author of a "lonelyhearts"column o i aFRE5H

7:30 O International so up for the jaundicedeye 1:30 O Discovery in a metropolitan 1-4!

Showtime : baseball training "Discovery Goes to Mos- newspaper. Montgomery r

"Circus from Holland," camps, with a curve ball cow," first of two parts, Cliff, Robert Ryan, Myrna 4 .

taped in Amsterdam, fea- reserved for Yogi visits with Russian chil- Loy, Maureen Stapleton. I .
tures a ballerina on Smarter than the Average dren to find out how they =:

horseback, a man who Catcher" Berra. live, study and play. 11:55 CD Movies -
juggles with his feet, a Henry Morgan, Nancy Irena Tolskikova and Yu- 1. "The Last Hurrah." II11'/-' *NUISANCETAK1NG IT'SBEfcNA 21 .

family high wire act Ames, Elliott Reid. ri Popov, both 13, serve (Drama) Frank Skeffington [CARE OF VVOODLEVSGOLDRSH Q

over a lion cage, high 10:00 O Alfred Hitchcock as guides for host Frank old time political o I'M FISH 1Y
John Cassavetes and Gena Buxton and Virginia Gib- GLADTHEYTJEBACK
school equestrians, bike- boss, seeks re-election as FROM w
Rowlands (Mrs. Cassavetes son. We visit Irena's E ,6 t6
acrobats and
riding a ma- mayor. Spencer Tracy, THElFiTRlPANDICAN'
gician, Ted Alton. ) in "Murder Case. home; Special School No. Jeffrey Hunter, Dianne L1
O Great Adventure Actress Diana Justin gets 1, which both children Foster' Pat O'Brien Basil RETURN IT 9 1

O What's New her wealthy, elderly hus- attend; and Red Squareand Rathbone. 2. "Franken-

ID Destry-Western band to put up the mon- the Kremlin. Pupilsin stein Meets the Wolf if P
for her the school are shown r s
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(Melo drama).
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O Lyrics also gets her former reading excerpts from a With murders ':des
8:30 O Route 66 sweetheart as her leading Jack London story, and his conscience many the on Z '
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Nina Foch and Patrick
they answer Frank'squeries
Man asks o Se::
an old
O'Neal in "Where There'sA man.fa Jack Paar about their fav-' woman to gypsy a
help him die
Will, There's A Way, orite
figures. ---
11:00 O News, Wethr.. Spts. peacefully. The two starton
first of
a two-part come- 2:00 O Mr. Wizard
O News a journey to see Bar-
dy-mystery by Stirling f L =F
Frankenstein. Lon s6S, MRS. WEllIF YOU
Silliphant. The Tiffins all CD Local News (color)
"The Giant
accomplished at interna- 11:25 O Movies CD American Bandstand Patric Knowles, Lugosi, YOU CANT GET ALONG m I...THINK IT YOU CAN REPAY THE *20 LOAN WILI OH! ,I ::: LA5ALLE'5 EFFECTS TO THIS/
tional crime, are anxiousfor 1. "The Last Mile." (Dra- 2:30 O Talk 'N' Talent Massey. Ilona WITH NOTHING TO WEARA WAS ABOUT *201DEEDEE WHEN YOU GET YOUR NEXT MRS. .. ADDRESS WILL HAVE
their niece to !-..HOW MUCH DO) ACTING JOB! .- -
Margo ma) On death row of a CD Championship Bowling .NOT MORE WORTH! 1; THE MONEY WAITING!
marry Tod Stiles be- large prison' the con- i 3:00 O Men Into Space LANDLADY? THAN TT'
cause until she does, they victs, led by "Killer" 3:00: O Movie Space ExhibitAt
get nothing from their Mears, overpower theguards I "The "
County Chairman. = 1 1J1
late brother's $5,000,000 and attempt a I 3:30 O Amateur Hour

estate. Filmed in Tampa, j break. Mickey Roon- 4:00 O Golf Classic ShoppingCenter !
Fla. Tod: Martin Milner. Donald Frank JLv
ey, Barry, CD Wrestling
Linc: Glenn Corbett. Conroy, Alan Bruce. 2. 4:15 Washington Report SoonThe ; 36
O The Family "The Storm Rid e r. 4:30: O Sports Special _
O CD Bob Hope (Western) An agent for 5:00 O Maverick Army's space-age progress

(Color) Bob Cummingsand the cattle associationcomes CD Wilburn Brothers exhibit will be on display < : .

Burgess Meredith in to the air of small 5:30 CD Porter Wagoner at the Gainesville Shopping

"The Square Peg," a ranchers victimized by a 6:00 O News, Sports Center between 9 a.m. .
comedy. Gangster Jake power mad cattleman and 5 p.m., March 37. ,- ----
I'' Gozzo hires a personnel Scott Brady, Mala Pow- CD Sports THE FJZSTAIRCOMMAS20 ThEE AND Mc ED UNIGCRM,51it? BRING YOUR. A1CCM I n F I
I Q Fishing Blum will be on hand to ans- aIR' COMMAND ..ICKERsSEr.M lIT WHAT sWEENEY'S BE CL'ERaiLA OUT-
CD News wer questions.The z TO HAV tRAIl \- MCAN'IES ARE UP TO BREAK5 ANYWHERE
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RECUPERATIVE Weather exhibit is a model of a
i ALOt1E APODALACROSS 6:30 O Password military base in space. It s
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1.Third king 24.Batter CANCELS 3 E E N 6:45 O News cargo jet aircraft atomic re- < y
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f., ketch 34.Honest' U N I S O t1 s e n s e a Jackie GleasonOn off an alien planet and in the 1 Q'j ;

1L Lofty tower 35.Solution R E 5 T L. E S a N E S S1S. tonight's scheduled background are fliekerings of

.American 36.Mentallysound ASHY DUE R A T show, Jackie discussesthe the Milky Way. en
sorano. high cost of living;
14. rtmdlf 37.Roland's SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE Rum Dum gets caught in ,

I 15.character Iienry Y !9.destroyer Return tall DOWN 5.Trap for the rush hour; Jackie, as 2.000M.P.H.Plane() VOUR SAKSE PESg, S 1 CLEANING NEVEJ5, M.N7:' UP C%
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16.Utensl 41.Italian: 1.Famous lampreys Lord High Admiral. > P1SS2ACEFULMOW TVE BPZRACK5, .,-
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7. Capuchin TO KEEP THE.K7:
r amsueir 42.Snap 2.Another ing; Reggie Van Gleasonis a EAZZACKSv OVERLY F tc4
19-Fcajt 43.Platinum name for 33 molment featured on "This Was -. /icNi vtxJ ssr fAN 1'f 9.9rtr4
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20.Mold *Ire loop DownS.Negatlye bearing trees Your Life"; and Jackie < EXAMPLE rLIKE
44.Worm heed Aircraft Corp. has un-
9LPIaao 9.Form a and Frank Fontaine discuss THIST/
1 composition, 45.Hindu Tar ion. notion club bazaars. Barbara veiled a model of a 2,000-mile- CQ .i i ak
S3.Craft lablewdght 4.Cloleft lO.Poemt an-hour plane it calls the fastest s
Heller, June o
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"'' 21. Earthen "Judgment Eve," by put through wind tunnel tests CQ

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W 22. Eternity Quartered two to a room Lockheed's Rye Canyon research -' ... f *HHff"'
i ZO : 2/ It 23. Rice paste at local ALL RIGHT THEN PROWS6 ME YES.MARGARETLMORRSOM !..7U PGE
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.t' Who Votes May Explain 'Backers'W'rar aiid.Peace'Change;

, 1 ; NEW YORK (AP"War and

I ,I; t Peace," a drama based on Tol

t h Illogical Oscar Entries stoy's classic novel, has been
I put over to next season's prod-

j "-""'" uction agenda by the Phoenix
\ I By MURRAY SCTUMACH ture. On the other hand, "Cleo,[picture. Then there is a group It is only when one considers Theater. Paul Gregory, Janet

Ssrui Dark StutrB patra," was among the five best I listed as "executives" an- these groups and this does Gaynor and Amy Lynn are no

J JI HOLLYWOOD How is it films, though it received no nominations i other 150. There is a batch called not include the producers that longer connected with the spon-
for directing or writ- sorship.The .
possible for a movie to becon- i "administrators" another one encounters a possible ex-
among the best directed, best ing and only one acting select- 90 or so. Throw in another 125 planation for the paradox that play was initially writtenin
ion. Even more unusual was the
acted, best written, best photographed of "How the West was under the heading of "members. enables the movie that is not German by Alfree Neumann,
{ presence
of the year, but not to Won," among the top five films, at large." Very few of the per- considered particularly well di- Erwin Piscator and Gunt ram

be among the best overall without receiving a nomination sons in any of these categories rected, written or acted to wina Prufer, and an English versionwas
films? would qualify to vote on direct- nomination as best picture,
for acting.
directing, writing or I presented in 1962 by the
i At the same time, how is it A possibility is that nominations ing, acting, script or cinema- when a movie that is considered
possible for a movie to be con- such as music, costumes I tography the acknowledged excellently directed, performedand Bristol branch of London's Old
sidered one of the best of the and sound effects may outweigh essentials of movie making.But written is not among the Vic.

year when its directing, writingand directing, acting and writing when it comes to nomi- five best pictures of the )'ear.
acting make little or no impression among the 2,400 members of the, nations for best picture the The contenders for the major Rose Takes 5th

? Academy eligible to vote. I most important category of all award in the finals are: "Cleo-
they vote. They make ," "How the West was
These questions stood out last up patra
4 F that( i NEW YORK (APShowmanBilly )
4 week as a result of the nomina- Another possibility is one about 20 per cent of the eligible Won "Tom Jones," "America
fAx tions for the 36th annual Oscar the Academy tries to ignore. In votes in the Academy.By I IAmerica," and "Lillies of theDad's Rose, who recently made
making nominations for all ca- $4 million on the stock marketin
competition, which ends with
tegories except for best picture, four months disclosed
the usual televised on
PK Yonge's 'Brigadoon'In April 13. The fact that pomp the Aca- only show the business tested are professionals permitted of to Name Didn't Hamper Wednesday night he was mar-

demy of Motion Picture Arts its ried Sunday for the fifth time.
I vote. Each guild votes
l Ii featured roles in the upcoming production of Brigadoon (March 13 and and Sciences about concealing remained the adamant vote own category. Actors nominate I Singer Jack Jones' Career The bride is Doris Warner Vi-

14)) by the P.K. Yonge High School Chorus are Walter Comerford, left, who does not clarify the situation. actors; directors nominate directors -i dor, 48, daughter of motion-pic
plays Tommy; Joe Reams, who portrays Jeff Douglas; Barbra Johnson, and "Hud" received Oscar nomi- etc. But all members of! BOB THOMASAP where seven years ago. ture Warner and
Sharon O'Steen who plays Fiona. the permitted to I[ mongul Harry
nations for best director, actor, Academy are Mo.ieTelevisionTiter "The act was built around widow of motion-picture director
actress, script and photo- vote on the best picture. I HOLLYWOOD (AP Jack our family life," said Jack. Charles Vidor.

I graphy. But it was not among This means that some 180( Jones faced the problem of be- "Then my folks got a divorce,
Interview With Bette Davis the five nominated as best pic press agents may vote for best I Ic ing a second-generation Holly-I I so that sort of broke up the I'I'I

_..._...._. wood name, fought it, licked it, act.

and now he's pleased to admit By then Jack was convinced! 1 full lb. KC
Goes 'Fast and Furious'By y. :. -. that Allan Jones is his Pa. that the singing life was for i SIRLOIN STEAK

*; His achievement was signaleda him, and he set out on his own. 'i, $1.95
week ago when he appearedon Television has given Jack the' 1Ib.$1.50Georgia|
DAVE SMITH up something that sounds half I "Stanislavsky was essentiallyright :: the Judy Garland television I
; big push. Besides the Garland;,
bright. He reports to headquarters of course,*' she says. "An .:: show and his father's long- Country
HOLLYWOOD (AP-If you'renew sang show, heplayed the late Jerry]
\ .
she finds time, and you actor must have a method. But A. '.. otf'l \ <' time signature "The Don- '' HAM STEAK
to the Hollywood beat, 'oudon't 'H song Lewis show four times, plus
} are brought in, as if on a tray, there are method actors todaywho've ;'l., : key Serenade." 'I Grits and Red-Eye Gravy
just waltz to Bette the Telephone Hour, Garry
up : f:
to be made a meal of. : strayed far from what iii \
Davis and say "Hi, Bette.What's :(\ d Y' I ,: Says Jack: "It was the first Moore, Ed Sullivan, etc. He's a Good Eating Podner at the
You needn't have worried.A i Stanislavsky meant. They are i
time I had
? : ever sung 'The Don- tall lad with intent, glinting I
up conversation with Miss i so subjective in a role, they impose J./tL : key Serenade' publicly, and the TOWER HOUSE
Before you ever get within Davis is fast, furious and friendly. their personal selves uponit first time I had referred eyes a personable man 210 E. Univ. Ave.

gunshot of her house, her man- It starts before you even get so much, that they create virtually ". ':. '' '.. ..... "'* to. my father_ .. while_ u ever performing.I .- ner.
ager asks what you want to talk in the room, runs he'.lror.leather a different play every ..: ; "" ;, H' '. "
.: : : think he was pretty pleased. .
to her about and then he'll .. .
see while you're there and con- night, according to how they :::: ''< :>J / "I ';J' 17-22-JAX COLISEUMTickets
Allan should be mightly MARCH
"if she can find time. vw '
tinues until feel.
you're halfway
up 'l : pleased with his son's career. Sole at Coliseum 1145 E. Adams,
So wonder-"Wat'n she the Fp.
you driveway. Only wind ,
you up PerformanceFor
I "They work so hard at being .... .- While other stars' children have Or ot Door Before
do, the Jane bit and Order
pull Baby talking about everything but : ;> Moil Orders Send Check or Money
the character that they lose ::i :: ;,: :i) 1. tried to make the show biz I
roast slow fire ,
me over a if I what you went there for. .. fi >ji 'f
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sound ?" and I I their audience right away. "' : scene with little more than their I i -k
stupid you make Method acting, for instance. : MORRIS CHALFEN presents
"Real theater cannot merelybe famous names, Jack appears to .A
? (
I life. It must make the link } ;; .. 1 be building his future on solid '
Sinatra Martin War between the life in the play and .'." ... I." ".' > ''<.<. ground of talent and exper- l%.J,P..,. .
the life in the audience, so that { ; ::: f" : ience. :": ; t:." 'A,=. .7-OLi\
your audience can identify and l SS) : But he didn't start out that '1' .;:1'1.: 'f '( DAy19th

empathize with it. ) way. :

For $$ in '4. for Texas' j "And the audience you must is rememberthat vital i. : ;.ii j2 ) r his Jack was born in 1938 when I 1 ON ICE
a partof father was enjoying success
I the experience of real thea- ,, ., ?_..,. J ._... ....... ..... ....m. .- as a sometime Jeanette Mac-I 0F1964 G1AHT
ter. You must not make a roleso Donald co-star and singing lead ,
flute iJnrh GJinira 'picture holds the world's recordfor private and personal that you Florida Beauties with the Marx brothers. Jack's! .1.

"4 For Texas" magnanimously use of the word, money at forget you have an audience to mother is actress Irene Heryey.

offers Frank Sinatra and lease since "The Gold Diggersof I play to, project to and be responsible Competing Sunday and Monday for the Florida The boy grew up with scant : .' $3.50 Rows$2.00 1.17-S2.50 Rows 30-33 Rows 18-29
Dean Martin in a wisecrack to." during the Florida Citrus Ex- notion of the
I Citrus Queen crown following family 17-21. P.M.
1937. And SHOWS
glare, EVENING :
double-cross marathon, gaudily ture and breath every of the cash war-ges- By this time Miss Davis, who position at Winter Haven will be this Floridagrowntrio trade until he was pressed into ) MATINEES: Mar. 21, 2:30 P. M.
clothed with an 1870 Galveston fare is symphonically backedby is 5-feet-3Vz and weighs 122 ; (L. to R.) Nancy Collins, 19, sponsored by the service as a singer in student f' Mar. 22, 1 i 5 P.M.
setting and almost clothed by I pounds, seems to have swelled Greater Orlando CofC; Carol Jaeger, 21-year-old shows at university high school.He .
Anita Ekberg and Ursula An- Warners orchestra. i to about five times her normal candidate of UF's Delta Gamma sorority, and Joyce liked it. Children under 12, half price. Mor. 21, 2:30 P.M.

dress. (It's now playing at the Money it is as the two heroes !size, so that she dominates the Morrill, 19, for Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity of the He got his start in the big- and Mar. 22, 5 P.M. Matinees Only.

Florida Theatre.) jovially battle for control of I room from passionate heights. U. of Miami. Included in the winner's prize will be time on his father's coattails. U Tickets May B. Reserved in Gainesville At
As rival con artists supreme, boon town Galveston, trailed I You ask, "Okay" so what'smethod $1,000 and a chance to appear on the TV show, Father and son did an act that I CANOVA DRUG CO., 37 N. MAIN STREET
the boys are indulgently lordingit by the smitten women, and Vic your ? and she deflates "Queen for a Day." i played Las Vegas and else-
sinks back in her
over everybody and each i tor Buono and Charles Bronson. gradually, .
other in this Warners Add the of chair, lights a cigarette and
exer- guest appearances I Grant to Shakespeare
cise. !such artists as Arthur Godfrey I spits out: "Oh, I just do it. Idon't I WAS IT A FIX? DID LISTON THROW THE FIGHT?
bleed and die, I just do it.
As co-written, directed and I i and the Three Stooges, and a And to God." NEW YORK (AP) -Broad- engagements of the show next BETTER THAN RINGSIDE-SEE BLOW BY BLOW
produced. by Robert Aldrich, the i burly, climactic free-for-all. I A pray of way's all-time musical champion summer.
mounting pile cigarette
butts moves you to comment on "My Fair Lady can now LISTON-CLAY FIGHT PICTURESMake

'M;'. Novak' Doesn't Yearn the U.S. surgeon general's be performed by communityand Portugal Loses
amateur theatrical groups. TODAY THE SUBURBIA
I ,smoking report."I Up Your Own Mind-Starts at

To Be Teen Sensation think I'd die if I quit," she The subsidiary playing rights LISBON (APThe) Portu-

says, dismissing the smoking report -have been licensed by the own- guese armed forces lost three
with a toss of the head. er of the property, the Colum- wounded in clashes 3 BIG HITS!
killed and 24 -
By BOB THOMAS 'peal. He plays a compassionate !'Twice I tried to quit. Instead bia Broadcasting System, to one
AP ieTeleision Writer ,teacher of English in a high I I knit. Which I hated. But it's of the major distributors of with "terrorists" in Portu- e. ,
HOLLYWOOD (AP) James school. guese Guinea Feb. 24 through
the hands, you see. I've got to scripts to small organizations .
Franciscus, who seems destinedto The teen crowd seems to like have something for them to do. (Tams-Witmark). The agency March 1, according to an offi- Caiy, Audrey
be the new sensation of the the series, and Franciscus, too. So I smoke." reports that a number of pro cial communique issued Thurs- Grant Hepburn ALL IN COLOR
teen-agers, is playing it cool, He gets the message when he Miss Davis Is noted for more ducers are planning extended day.
and with good reason. He has goes on locations at local high than the vehemence of her ESTHER WILLIAMS

seen what happens to teen-age schools. That's as far as he smoking, however. Her clipped,I' JEFF CHANDLER

sensations. wants to push his luck. declarative style of speaking is 0I'
Matter of fact it happened to "I lead a very quiet life," so popular a subject of parodythat 1si PRIZE WINNER "RAW t-
him when he was starring in said Franciscus, who seeks no I I unless you can do a Bette 'BEST FILM ;
the first season of "Naked I more mob scenes.Franciscus I Davis imitation you're practically ENDS SAT.3:556:509:35. 19S3 CANNESMIEIMIKUIIL 1 Y

City." He chanced to go skat- admitted that his I dead in show biz. 1 :- : : : \. FILM FESTIVAL WINDIN f
ing one day in Central Park in wife didn't care much for his Does she mind the imitations?

New York. I long working hours but she understands "No. In fact, I used to worry SLAIEr GG
"Some girls recognized me' the business. The that I wasn't impressive enoughto BORTUNcurmtmLlOPDD ; 1>
and crowded around for autograph -:Franciscuses have two
my j young be imitated, ant I was relieved Charade
," he recalled. "It was:daughters.After when they started. Only EDEN"
going all right until the manager -. the series had been sold now some of the imitators imi- SiAtdfY DONEN r.wu. m PMrflS1Oll'snd YETROCOLORI

told the girls to get off the i'out but before shooting began, tate other imitators instead of
rink. Then they were worried 1 Franciscus drew the lead in the i me."
that they wouldn't get their'movie, "Youngblood Hawke." i iI ----- -- ---- -- I
turn, and they started grabbing I' I asked if he had any regrets:i """ STARTS SUNDAY!
t at my collar, my tie, etc. about taking his second leap in 3 SENSATIONAL HITS!
"When the mob scene was to a series. I OPEN 6:00 SHOW AT 7:00 r-- .
over, I was left standing with!I "None," he replied. "There: First Area Showing THEATRE SEE ALL 3 LATE AS 8:40 ;
I only my pants and my skates i ion. still wouldn't be enough work I 1400 H.Re.d it.to M d iett
." i!for me in features. Perhaps

The same clamorous life there will be in two or three I 1 IHia1l
faces Franciscus as star of years-if 'Mr. Novak' goes that [ s : 1 14I

"Mr. Novak," a television series ->:long. I think the chances are

i with built-in teen-age ap-.-pretty-good." .EVEN MORE EERIE AND UNEARTHLY A ,

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I I 35 Houses for S.t. 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Salt

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Printed Pattern
113 N. W. 25th Street Near Clm-
to divorce I hav a like I WANT-AD RATES I II J HAZEL HEIGHTS pus. :3 BR.. den oak floors RESTRICTED Gwynn Oaks :3 BF

new 1964 model Zig Zag. Automatic See our 4-bedroom and 3-bed garage. Central heat fenced, 9278 SIZES 28t11nri1r&r 2 B. Central H/AC. wooded 4 I
THEREIS sewing machine. that room 2-team CCB homes with on paved street. $13,900. Phoneowner I acre tot by owner. 27700. 40* .

does everything. We would like PH. 372-8441 1 built-in electric stove and oven. at 3727149.DAN SW 42nd St., FR23804.LIKE C

some one to take up paymentsof I II Central heat city utilities. -

MOO per mo. Ph. 372-2051. Wired for television and tele I THE
jj for i I phone.. Large yards completely BYRDASSOCIATES I
bidS- twtMfram I I II
WE i invite 1 grassed. Hazel Heights is in' WEATHER?

apartment house which : tie city limits. Equipped with I I
Things must be removed from propertywith I Classified Only Ii sewer lines close to bus stoP. You'll be comfortable in any

60 days from date of sale. low down payment. conventional I I weather in this new 3-bedroom.

Bids to be opened 4CO P.M.. : loans. Located on North 1 I Inc. 2-taths fully air conditioned

March 15. at our office Inspection -:1 DEADLINES I IIE west 39th Ave.. West of 13th Hugh Edwards home. Built in

invited. Address inquiries: = St. Shown by appointment, IT'S VACANT Phone FR 22511 kitchen Includes General Electric

First Methodist Church. Willis- ii H Tues. thru Fri. papers-5 p.m. Day before publication is phone F R 23826. to see this 3 bedroom 2 bam homeon oven and range and refrigerator.

ton. ii H For ads to go in Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat. targe corner lot in beautiful Large laundry room. VA, FHAor
3 LG. BR. 2 bath panelled lR.
residential area close to schools Conventional.
H For ads to go in Mon. paper-I p.m. Sa'.
fireplace. attached garage. HW and shopping. This home has i
8 Baby Sitters. Child Care f| floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. HUGH
large Florida extra
room. large
i (Minimum ad 4 lines)
NW near Stephen Foster. $14.500 kitchen with built-in range and I.
< WORTHWHILE $450 dp. FR 2-8851. EDWARDS
oven. 2 car carport and many
: TINY TOT I other desirable features. Pricedat I
.. NE 20th Place. 1311. 3 BR. Fla. INC. ;
.Yo. ;! g Insertion SAc line I'! Rm., patio carport. $77.14 "'o.. S22.COO with" good financing

': i PLAY us and SCHOOLVisit see for yourself. ;Is= i Insertions Insertions ..:::::::::::::::::..::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 22c 17c line line j : VA Come loan by any S800 time down.FR By 2-owner.2341.: ;'' available. NE 16th FR Ave.2-1551 and 15th St. I

n 24 SE 8h St. FR 4-7806.. "s 12 Insertions .. ... .. .. ..... ... I4c line I IT'S FULL of charm and ready for
: ; BY OWNER. Hibiscus Park. Fin- the fun loving family to en-
--- = Total charge computed by multiplying I t til' iis"; rate earned I
PLANNED program awaits your I = x number of insertions. ley School Area. 3 Bedroom. finished : joy and appreciate. This modem 38 Real Estate Wanted ,
pre-school youngster at JACK == upstairs. Fireplace Phone : home has many features not i I

& JILL NURSERY SCHOOLS : j FR 2-0992. i usually fount in our vicinity. The !

Music programs, educational i iI 31! enclosed pooL and out door grill
sale rent
i I film-strips. 7:45-5:45 Mon.-Fri.; I Five letter words per line i: and 4 bedroom 2 bath. CCB ;:; are exceptiona.: Priced at 35900. WANT TO BUY

1331 SW. 13th! St. FR 6-3900. i I ; home. City water l.ghts; and with excellent': financing. Lefs 2 or 3 bedroom home with family
1- -- take look
--- a today.
sewers. Shown by appointment. room aid 2 baths. Kitchen roust
WILL for children for working .
care Same as 2 lines 3 Phone FR 23826. I
mothers !n SE section. 2239 20 S Pt. ordinary type __n- IT'S-WAITING for the family that be equipped. Central heat pre I
SE 43rd Terr. Phone 372.S491.Employment BY OWNER 3 BR. 2 bath. painted ferred. Must be priced right
i needs a neat and cean: 3 bedroom
with reasonable down payment
You READINGIN 12 Pt. Same as 3 lines II I brick Spanish 2 story home. home in beautiful Idylwild Write to Box 34S-A. Gatnesvill
ideal location -
ordinary type Central heat. quiet located between university and Sun. ,
: I near shopping center. 539 new Country C'ub. This home

4 tines I NE 7th Ave. corner Blvd.; has large lot with fenced in 1
1 8 Pt.ordinary ScrH'fporch.. Living Rm. with
g type back yard outside storace and
I II FEMALE HELP WANTED : I fireplace Patio. Phone FR 28245. workshop. Priced at $14,000. I 39 Out of Town PropertyOUT

. i '
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn 24 D4Same as 5 lines FOR SALE BY OWNER. spacious DeYof Broker of town property for rent :

up to $5 per hour derron- i- i.-, ordinary type I 3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. Rm.. close (. ASSOCIATESWalter broom 1 bath. swimming. fish
strafing famous Studio Girl to school. Littlewood Estates. bating. with golf court
= Stoddard. E E Holloway
Full Part Time. I down l. $70
Cosmetics. or $24.500. Reasonable pay across a month ,
Christine StoneFR
> Phone 376-4336 after *. ;;i. i ment. 920 NW 37th Terr. Phone I' Call GR 5-281 cr GR 5-51
22511 825 N.W. 13 h Street
= The Gainesville: Sun will not be responsible: for more that one 3725738. Melrose Fla House location
I SALESLADY Decorator _____ Member Multiple Listing
= incorrect Insertion. nor will it be: liable for any error in advertisement S Keystone Heights
Newest most modern furniture 22nd -- --- .
= to a greater extent than the cost of the S3S -- -
store in Northcentral Fla. has pied by the item in the advertisement. No adiustment space occu-will M Street area. 4 BR. 2 baths. 27' I 7 ACRE building lot on top of a
opening for experienced sales de- and fireplace; hardwood FORDYCEONCE hill 3 miles Northwest of Ala
living room
H be made on errors that do not
materially effect the value M
1 of
THE corator with emphasis on walls 8.
the advertisement. floors panelled 1 chua with a beautiful view and
Opportunity limited only by I H g built-ins; central heat screened i [ ornamented by oak. hickory pre

your Imagination. willingnessto porch; shaded landscaped yard INa and other type frees Fence ftc
work and earn and desire to and Bar-B-Q pit; service lifetime comes along a truly i whole 71
{= The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of patio build a home In

|!I get ahead.as experience Degree not and as above importent -i iI H any advertisement which it, deems obiectional revising and or rejecting to- = area. Call 376-5642 Jfor appt._ lovely home. Beautifully a real land town : the cent Icre. le the rest of
scaped grounds .
the the world b., price af
= change classification of go
: any advertisement from -BY Te
i qualifications.: Call Mr. Oakley. that orS OWNER $31.500 Estate 3 bedrooms. panelled
; 376-4438 for appt. 'I dered to conform To the policy of the paper. S Luxurious 4 BR, nearly new study, long living room. huge the FRANK entire D.lot.Is LEE SI4.2.

home located NW on Ig. lot in formal dining room and Florida I
SUN WANTED waitress for evening shift. air & I Real Estate, Grady Finance

No i 5 210 to E.8.Univ Experienced Ave.. Tower preferred.House. 'I, _.rllIIIIlIIIIIIIUmlll!_..!.!...._...._._.!.n..mI nIIlllllllllIDIfIIDII!! JlJ llllllJllllllllllllllllmlllll""lIImHtlIDJl"F.l-----.u.! ....._'"......................... Durant heat. Fully Estates.equipped Central kitchen. car room.garage All this and complete many with extras.two : Springs.Building or phone 909 W.454-136 Magnolia, Hioh St.! I

Longer ._ 529 NW 58th St. Ph. 376-3569. $42,500.
Perky ruffles turn free-flaring
-- -- -- j a eesburg
LOOK $595 Your watch cleaned. I 17 Work Wanted Male i! 35 Houses for Sale ---------- ---- I dress into one of the hits ofi

i plus $300 gold filled band :.. DOLLAR DIZZY? NEW LISTING Spring! Easy easy to sew. and 42 Farms Acreage

I Choice of designs. THE BAZAAR i This beautifully landscaped and l so charming with or without side (
EXPERIENCED brick or block layer Fla. Rm fireplace partial This 3 bedroom 2 bath home Is
Sew it in broad.
4 bedroom 2 bath home pleats. gingham '
St. Mr. OttS FR 6-7137 .I wants work full or part time. 1 A-C. walk to schools. SJ9.SOO FHA. neat and clean. Nice patio and spacious
street in J. cloth. pique.
> $900 down. 3544 located on a paved FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE
-- --- I Phone 4663355. NW 7th Ave. carport. on large corner lot. located
WANT i !! owner FR 6-9048. in N.W. Area. $500 down J. Finley School area has a Printed Pattern 9271Child's RURAL PROPERTIES
MORLEY'SSANDWICH j iI lovely living room with fireplaceand Sizes 2, 4. 6. I. Sue 6 takes 13I .
I and $85 month. Call anytime.
iI 3BEDR Mtlioditi: ;; Florida room. I yards 35-inch fabric. ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTOR
SHOP 18 Schools & Instructions ed. wall to ERNEST TEVIREAL I U.S. 441 Fla.
!I wall carpeting I FIFTY CENTS in coins tor this Hwy Mlcany.

1 On W. University Avp. across II throughout the home. Draperies. TY A COUNTRY ESTATEis pattern-add 15 cents for each pattern !,i Ph. 4631:0 !

., from University City Bank. I 1 1st Lesson FreeHarvey's Situated on large wooded lot. yours in this attractive two for first-class mailing and 'I
Sale price I
16850. $1,000 down. home with fireplace in the Marian 2S-ico elolment.-
Waitress for day or evening MULTIPLE LISTING story special handling. Send to ,I .
call 37
shift. Apply in person. No phone Real Estate -1168. Weekdays after ipm. ASSOCIATESLes living room and a delightful Martin Gainesville Sun. Pattern i! in. $225 an Acre. Gladys Smith

ADS calls please LICENSE COURSE Anytime -on weekends. Jackson. Ralph Glaeser. formal dining room. Located on a D-pt. 232 West ISth St., New j I Realtor. 1221 W. University As,.

.- -- -- -- -- -- : HO.VELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE I BY ow eR"j bedroom. 2 bath Steve Kesterson large five acre lot in South- < York 11. N.Y. Print plainly I I I 372-5391

S MONEY S 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR &-3S07.I home in Fine S.W. residentialarea. 2910 NW 13th St. 376-6461 west Gainesville. $25.000. NAME. ADDRESS With ZONE. ; t
$100 EXTRA a month with our I! 372-3727. Near Schools and $13.300. \ SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. i 'SELINGFLO WA- SINCE 19 6"
SoRare Beauty Program.We : \
1- : FHA financing available.
22727. or drive by 126 S.W.
to Box 366-A NOW c'o GainesvilleSun j I Wanted Immediately I READY choose it from 2iO deSign -
I To 40tn St."PARRISH". and new is this delightful two Wooded homesites west" of
J Train For
for interview appt.-- CIVIL SERVICE ipxABOUT bedroom home in a close N.E. ideas in new SPRING- \ Gainesville. Drive lest on t,.' 1

I EXPERIENCEDSTENOGRAPHERS I / location. Centrally heated and SUMMER Pattern Catalog. jusl i 39th Ave.. turn right on SR No

Good Ottering LOCATION planned for economical living. out Dresses, sportswear coats. 241 and watch for the sign o the
more security
I pay vacation -
more! Send SOC
Sperry has desirable positions and sick leave pay.. better location This genteel home can be hand now. I right. or call for map and plat '
You won't find a
available for experienced stenographers r For free information and rambler.Your led with a small down paymentand to te mailed at no obligationInspect
secreI I i than this pre-owned j monthly payments of only, these 2.4 acre tracts to
with developed local interview write I
I tarial skills. Starting salary I' American Service PRESENTS large children established can yard play or in nearj the ]j 573.00 including tax and interest. I 35 Houses for Sale I terms day. $345 down with. reasonable I

determined Box
by prior experience 348-M Gainesville Sun. Howard
by at the Metcalfe or I
with increase based on regularly --- '- -OR ALE tV OANER hiM Ralph Realtor

scheduled work performance reJ; Secretarial LEARN EARN MASON MANOR Just listed very bedrooms Bishop school all featuring playground.built-in 3- 1 FORDYCEASSOCIATES I. Section 3 BR. 2 bath. CCB. I FOSSEY'II
courses speedwritIng -
You views. Promotional oPpOrtunities. iS i neat.4 tiled tub baths central heat built-in appliances.
bedrooms 2 bath home. wardrobes. 2-fully .
day work week. Excellent i shorthand. Classes now I Large utility room. dbl. carport W. University Ave. Ph. 37* lfc.' I
living room. Central heat parquet floors. thruout separatedining I
forming. Howell's Business College ,
working conditions and benefits. Small
> and air conditioning. Beautiful area, $15,000; $550 down I paved street. on sewer" i
Submit resume in confidence or 218 W. Univ. Ave lot with lovely fenced in back includes closing cost. FHA.. down payment. FR 6-4774 after 6 43 Colored Property
telephone 372-0411 Ext. 225 for
1 22 Services yard. A perfect house for a HUGH p.m.. _._ I
appointment Special ----------- -----
SPERRY I growing family. Convenient to INC. MUST SELL $450 down. 13500. HOMES FOR SAL
Elementary end Junior 2 I 3 Bedrooms St"
ELECTRONIC TUBE High EDWARDSINC. 3 BR, Ig. panelled living rm.
Schools. MLS Realtors & dining area Ig. kitchen nice SE 7th Ave. Some no down pament. >

SPERRY DIVISION I "LIKE NEW" That's what you'll Mrs. Grace Fordyce Broker lot. 1425 NE ISIs Terr. FR 23114. Some small down p.> I
RAND CORP. say aoout clothes cleaned at ment. S57 >
Monthly o
t SUMMER AROUND THE Mrs. Mary Moeller BrokerMr. --- --- payment
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2 CORNER Inli we have the perfect NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. E. W. Woeller. AssociateMr. US Also homes built on your

Or Use EQUAL OPPORTUNITY t hr. service; free pickup and Florida house to make FR 21551IF Harvey Benton Associate YOUNG lot for no down payment
EMPLOYMENT delivery; AIR-WAY costs less RIDGELL W
summer and winter a delight. 926 West University Ave. Cal
I 202 S.E. sam St. FR 5-5165. -- -- Phone FB ?- Can 12 Male Help Wonted i -- -- -- Three with bedrooms 2 baths living you want a spacious home in 00' __ _3761236RETIREMENT __ AMERICA
CEMENT finishing block: work. room fireplace and wall to
wall excellent condition and enjoy HO.'inear New- 45 Furnished Apts.
Re-n-odlmg repairs. Phone carpet Family room. I
AUTO PARTS 1 372.5644 anytime screened porch central heat and small town contentment phone nans Iske. 2 bedroom quiet
I air conditioning for appointment to see this 3 ne'ghbornood: $7,500 with tern's. HOMESPRESENTS
plus lovely fenced
bedroom home large beautiful EAST SIDE
MAN WANTED j 27 Feed & Fertilizer .f in and back shuffleboard yard with court.swimmingpool lot in Micanopy.on $12,200. I RANCHETTES 5 acre homesites In

Must be experienced sober and DAN BYRD ASSOCIATESFR NW location on paved hiway. GARDENAPARTMENTS
reliable only. Apply to B & G i i DAIRY FERTILIZER 58.00 WESTWOOD AREA Centrally 2-2511 825 N.W. 13th St. attractive terms. NEW
per --- -- -- --- -
Motor_ Co._ 115 SE 2nd St. I yard. $1.25 per bag.! Phone 376- I heated and air conditioned almost NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR., 2 MODELS I
-- -- n LOT. ideal
COUNTER I! 555 new 3 bedroom. 2 bath bath. Central heat. central air !j i DOWNTOWN BUSINESS S57 month
MAN no experience for I I per upGainesville's
cafeteria line & soda fountain, home on nicely landscaped lot condo Northwest. $19,000. Call location for office building, 132 1 OPEN 10 a.m. Til Dark

Apply College Inn 1728 XV. Univ. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES I of o.v..r an acre. Immediate pos -374-2927.- feet by 120. Price $37.500. I FEATURES : Finest

Ave. No Phone calls. i I session.FINLEY. 3 AND ; Bedroom homes. On j Furnished or unfurnished

II PUREBRED Dalmatian puppies- Acre lots. Go out NW 14th Avenue i; J. PIERCE SMITH, Fireplaces Lovely' 1 and ? bedroom apart
MARRIED man age 2S- toSS : born 13 February 1964. For information Ij AREA 4 bedroom ; to 43rd St. Intersecton. I j Screened porches ment. 309 NE Sib St. Phone 37*. I

Buy for combination insurance dpbit.Eltpf'ri..nc..d contact James Wing 2'4 masonry home on nice ; turn right. go approximately 1 ; Realtor Custom kitchen cabinets 96.
quiet. deadend Oversized bathrooms ------- '
man only. Call 372. FR 2-8621. street. Two air mile see sign on left.
7167 for Interview. I ICAR -- I conditioning units. Very modern 'j T. D. ZETROUER. BUILDER I! 535 N E. 1st St. 376-2448 Plus many other custom SPACIOUS down stairs 2 broom
I furnished .
2 PUREBRED male poodles for I kitchen. 'I I FR 63848. Associates features apartment. 705
SALESMAN excellent ; sale. 3 months old. Priced reasonably. Mabel Gore Arie Smith St. 170 month. Phone FR 4.
; opportunity ; --- -- ---- -- _
with locally owned CadilIccOldsmobile !- I Call 495.2398 from 6-9 LITTLEWOOD AREA Modern 3 BEDROOM block house for sale I IP plan-- -to- build and would- VA & FHATERMS 5270. .
dealer primarily j p.m. or write Mrs. Marchant 3 bedroom. 2 baSIl masonry 2 Baths. Would like $500 equity you ---- -- -
Sell Fast j like a custom built home by experienced 1 BEDROOM furnished
selling used cars. Compensation : Box. 126.. Archer, Fla. I home in tip top condition. Priced and take up payments. Call FR > builders that have I Univ. S50 a month.aplrt".ntner 2 Bedroom
dependant upon ability and willingness \ AMERICAN -SHEPHERD- --PUP.- under J15.0CO. Owner has al. I _6-4930. ._ i! the time to discuss plans with furnished apartment buv

over IOp.to ..work week must to retain earn i I| PIES. Registered! in buyers'I ready in tomorrow.moved out. you can move CAROL ESTATES, 3 BR. I11 : ycu call 372-2527 ask for availableour Gene Walking distance to elementary | ness vicinity $40. FR 2.112 cr
We have
name. Male or female; $30. Gerald bath / brick home, double Paramore. & Jr. High Schools! Shopping i 73794. _
Only sober of car'j from.
persons high I CO plans to choose h
Feaster, Ph. 4663414. port, Ig. utility Located
moral character will be considered I NEW WESTSIDE residential subdivision rm. Complete financinq can be explained NICE 2 bedroom furnished apartment
-- -----
Apply in person to Jay Bras- BLACK Labrador pediqree- retriev- I soon opening. Acre lots 8472 NE lith Terr. To see call 376- I to you right in your own Churches.YOUNG Living room. dining

mgton. Used Car Manager B :. er. Female. 5 months old. Call paved streets outside city limits. I home. For appointment call room and kitchen. Lights and

& G Motor Co; 2001. NW 13th St FR 66094. I May we tell you more about this THE JAMES CO. water furnished. Private bath
Hire! RO.U -- -- restricted area.RANCHETTE FREDIARNOLD Of Gainesville Inc. AMERICA and entrance. 4.block to camPUS .
man wanted. Good physical -, CLEAN UP "SALE purebred "a- Builders of Kingsberry Horres $75. FR } 29195

condition 2to 35. Married; gle puppies best stock $19 each. I homesites too. Approximately Ph. 372-2527 nites 3727401. ----- I
must be NICELY furnished 2 bedroom
bondable. High school
Crossbred -- -- ---
-- I
puppies stock. -
good 10 each. Located HOMESNW
U education preferred. Appt204 $5-15 ea. Phone Keystone Heights on Newberry acres Road. Just I II NORTHWEST 3 BR., 2 bath separate ( cellent apartment. Spacious quiet. E>
SW5tIISP. $100 month
__ j 473.4958 James' Kennels. $500.CO down. i years on balance. playroom dining double Rm. Lg. garage living ,room on 34th & 7th Avenue FR -, nighborh.p.m. FR 4-7142

WANTED part-time gird..n.-I I _. .
j --- -- --
wooded lot. Split-level. For sale Phone 1
Must be experienced and reliable 33 LOTS FOR SALE 372-7070 I MODERN house frailer with cabana
Will trade for smaller
FR 22912. I M.M.PARRISH REALTORImmediate by owner. "- near University. a month
home. 2227 NW. 9th PI. (Off .
I I Student only 374 8W3
22nd St.)
CORNER lot 9th MERRILLExcellent --- -- -- -
13 Help Male Female on Terrace and .. '
or - ---
2 BEDROOM mobile home 32nd Ave. 62 x 125' Septic tank I HOUSES FOR SALE: 3-BR 2-

with t _water. lights. Phone FR 22478. Bath. central heat with fire vo location. On bus line. May
Exp. secretaries .
salary open ---- seen by calling .
1 ; place NW 47th Terrace. Price new listing for those .
Cashier-hostess. attractive Occupancy
Sell 2 BEAUTIFUL corner lots in north ; interested in Income property. -
White housekeeper $25 wk. AND FURNISHED apt. on bus linenear
section. close to G.H.S. and bus ASSOCIATES. INC
Woodburning fireplace separate BR Three bedroom one bath house
Bookkeeper salary open i stop. Inquire at 1134 N.W. 22nd MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. I I stores churChes etc Pr
Exp. Waitress salary & comm. i Ave. Wayne Hill Helen S. Graham family room. cheerful kitchen I j 1-bath SE 441h Terr. 69.500.Payments with attached two bedroom one vate fum. (60
Exp. mechanics i with dishwasher. Over 1,900 square $65 per mo. bath apartment. Both furnished. I
I per mo. 376-5805.
Person Store trainee hi sent grad. Carolyn Gardenhire feet in this 3 bedroom. 2 bath 2-BR t-bath SE 46th Terr. $6,500. Call us for information on this I
O'f trainee hi schl qrad. 34 Waterfront Property Mary B. Parrish I residence. Available with mosl $45 per mo. fine property. I I REAL nice l For
19 NE --apar.
First I IOON'T
Tree surgeon. foreman $2 hr. St. Tel. 372-5375 attractive terms and $700 down And also some trade-In Houses. couple only. t. 17

Auto salesman Exp. WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg MISS THIS j to qualified FHA buyer. .Call FR 6-7466 S300 DOAN. I bedroom masonry SW 24th St. FR 1".
Bedroom. 3 baths. --- .
Short large living home with '-- ----
order grill oak floors. U.I --
man Broker, specalizing in
Insurance trainee, SIOO wk. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. dining and Florida rooms. on I JUST S97A MONTH Incl. T 8 I., port. utility room and fenced ROOMY 1 BR. living rm. kitchen
Route V/2 acre corner lot. 1259 NW 60th Exquisite Gets this 38R, .1'J' bath homeon I ette. private bath & private
to salesman. Levy Co. AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose back yard-$18 closing cost. entrance
St. FR 2241X i b.g; N W lot on aeaa-ena .
No pets. Apt. 20S, 204
AGY. GR 5-2981. The setting and the detail mark
-- -- $14,000 big kitchen
street gets
120 SE -- ---- HE Sfh Ave. Phone 3723355.
1st -
Ave. this property as the superior I DUPLEX-2 bedrooms in each
hardwood floors.
Phone 376.8234PLACEMENT 430 IDEAL acres FOR with lake CAMPSITES frontage. $250 DOWN I contemporary residence being offered : separate with pantry BR., wall to wall carpeting 'apartment. -kitchen equipment included I NICELY furnished I BR apt T-V
in the Gainesville Market near University. ONLY
or SERVICE Hunting. fishing near town. 2 BR frame house located on gas logs. est shrubs and antenna. Couples only.' Call 376-
today. There are 3 bedrooms. 3 $14800 O'NNER WILL FINANCE!
Person Office Professional Ocala Forest. Sacrifice at $250.00 NW 12th Terr. $55 per month. baths. oversized with lawn. Fenced y/ rd. and other 1 1748.

Technical per acre; easy terms or ten view ef rooms sparkling panoramic reflecting -- 1 features. 719 N.W wn Lane.JMcKinney. John Merrill I 2.BEDRf ;

Collece GraduatesFor percent discount for all cash. NEW 3 BR 1 BATH HOMES Of .f'd garage
pool. course everything apartment; 405 NW lOtn St
apot. call 3726377 Write Bax 361-M c-o Gaines. $500 down. $65 month located on is centrally heated or air Phone FR 45924.FLIRNISHEO3 .
10-12-00 AM. -4:00 P.M. ville Sun.LAKE SE 45th Terr. Realtor _.
conditioned as you wish. Shown ----- ----- -
Monday through Friday appointment only. MULTIPLE LISTING bedroom, bath
PERSONNEL CENTER LOTS FOR SALE Call FR 2-2372 or FR 25933. Phone 372-1494 Water furnished. large yard. For

WANT.I 107 NW 2nd- Avenue --- WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD" Green ASSOCIATEDMARCELLA workin couple. N.V3lsf Av>.
30 minutes from Gainesville. To School
LABORATORY technician Some PARDI 9h Terrace. 3129 N.W 9t )
I Walking distance
: to schools. 3
i training and experience in analytical -' tom Palaika lake.Road.Good Clear beach sand BR. 2 batns home in Skyline ,. Economy and comfort. Only $400 W. H. BUCKHANNANOVER I, Terrace. Cal FR_ -"117.
I chemistry & bacteriology 1 Heights. stuay hardwood floors. down payment moves your family -- --
moss covered trees. : MOO Ft. plus carport and I BEDROOM air conditioned
preferred. Call 376-6401 for appt. bol'l built-in & Cent I into this 3 bedroom 2 bath ; Deaton
RentCLASSIFIED _. range oven. : porch. 3 BR. and study. l-'i ) furnished New
---- I' artT2t.
: --1 heat. Shaded back yard. Call concrete block: home. Pavedstreet. 1
Call WALTER STUBBS INC. I '! bath attic fan. built In drawers. Apartment 111 S.W. 2id
TECHNICIAN. minimum 372-5974. nice yard for children .
Aye Colonial: Manor Apts. SIIS
ADS 376-5394 i vanity. and storage galore 80-
3 years college. Accountant and pets. full price $13.250. '
3' x140 Convenient to Metcalf t'f 1 block from campus. Occu-
i BEDROOM 2 bath. CCB central -
male full charge 5100 to $125 I 'I
per week Apply 10-12 am. 2.4 Real Estate For Sale ), heat shaded lot. built in j Creek Side : Bishop Parochial Schools. $80 i plncy February 25._ ___
p.m. PERSONNEL CENTER. Ii! kitchen appliances 2-utility New Listing I Mo. V.A. tVt percent. FR 6-2775. 1 EXTRA large. extra ,!Ic 1 and 2
i rooms paved street and sewer. See this all-out modem three -
10? NW 2nd Ave l'j Acre Site in Rolling Wooded : BR. executive type apts 1 BR.
35 Houses for Sal. i l Quiet neighborhood. Curvedstreet. Northwest. Handsorre Aristocratof BR 2' ? bh MASONRY HOME :, WOULD YOUTlKE Fta. rm.. living & dining rm.
100 x 127' lot. N. W. sec-: ; together with GUEST HOUSE '
kitchen. air
14-Sales Help Wanted tion. Small down payment. Immediate -I homes offers cork floors. fire.places. ; Central heat Car port and To live lust outside City? Then bath. conditioned.
: 3712 N. W. : kitchen with built-in refrigerator More then of take a look at this Charming 3 ; wall to wall closets, couple only.
occupancy. one acre
A HOME for Florida. garage
SALESMAN FOR Lg. open 20th Place. West Villa. For appointment j freezer range oven I I BR. 2 Bath Home at 4147 ISM ( pets. S125 per mo Year
I"nd' -
4LINES LOCAL TERRITORYTo living area with walnut pan- I to see and further and dishwasher. There are :3 l Beautifully. landscaped 36th St. Large shaded lot 100x264.I lease required L. J. Morato,
FR 23617.Madison
Cling built-in Cell
planters. 24 ft.
call i i bedrooms and 2 baths. Priced Fenced back with falloutI i 200 NVthf St.
on assigned automotive sliding glass doors opening details call James Quincey. I yard ?. Ph.377.49
dealers or industrial accounts. to enclosed covered patio. 3 Clayton Arnow. Duncan J. reasonably at $26000. 1 I shelter. Gorgeous built-in kit. Den LARGE clean well.

Chance for advancement with an 2 batns central ., on-I Johnston. 372-9591. Park I or 4th BR. Priced at only $",-- 4 Rm. apartment. No flrnisf

expanding. aggressive national' ing and heating eat-in BEST OFFER. no down payment. Choice is the key word Yest 750. See this ovse.I ;II I I or pets. Married e.ch ::

company. Personal help and product With built-in stove. dishwasherand SSO monthly. 11800. Nice 3 ARNOLDRealty t you would' like to see this attractive I Whiteman. 110 NW 7th TerrI
knowledge seminars Young dspOsal. Close to schools. 1 -- -
Bedroom 1 bath. Screened I| and dePghtful 3 8.P2 GIVE SELF A BREAK
I man. 25 or over must have late \ $22,000. 922 NW 36th Terrace. BEDROOM duplex furnished
bath home. Beautiful
model car. Straight commission ; Week days after 5. FR 6-4945. I I! porch. TV antenna. Air condi Company ,I I I planter Central heat Parquet By inspecting this Io..ely 3 BR, apartment.. Water furnished.
tioner. NE Close to School and I Member
above Write for Multiple Listing Call FR 4-SI12.
average. : pre- I I 2 bath Ocala block home before
floors A visit to fIts home
application form and to 4 BR. 2 bath CCB home FHA i Shopping Center. FR 6-1552. 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522'' .
Built-in kit.
arrange you buy. appliances
financing down payment $450. -- Associates: Pete Sleg will be convincing Priced under house trailer for
interview. Mr. Kent. FULLWELL t with dishwasher Breakfast nook. bf'dro
MOTOR PRODUCTS CO. INC $91.27 monthly: includes all taxes I I J.W.Kirkpatrick: Jane Caidwell Wayne Mason $17.50004 Call us for an appointment Large screened porch. Cent. heat. re:'. On private lot 169 x 200.

10 P. O. Box 10646 Sta. A & insurance. No closing costs. Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge FR 23417. See at 3525 UN 7th Place. Down I Call 376-1520.

Dial Atlanta Georgia 30310 ; For appt. to see 372- 481. Charlie Mayo Bob Kaikman to earth price $''.100. j! MOBILE HOMEair"conditioned,
- -- Must Sell !

j ...._ I II I swimmIng pool couples ..,Iy.I .
16-Work Wanted Female I GLADYSSMITH ''' A.
This spacious home must be Phone
:> W 372.2.
DAYS INVEST sold. 4 B.R. 2 baths large I
WANTED f HANDSOME traditional home with panelled Fl. rwvr. Living & dining I
job as a practical nurse 566 Mo. DOWNSTAIRS 3 furnishedapt.
Roomy 3 bedroom 2 bath homewitl'l room
four banquet
bedrooms. three baths.
and companion. Have I room. 2 Fireplaces Screened -
376-4672 own car. : married adjtts
Call 3761569. .panelled living room. Firepiece. sized dining room. and TAX tile porch. This home will suit Attractive 3 BR 1 bath. Eve. I only. pets. cple St. "

Lovely garden. all the other space and you if you have a large family 1 I condition. Good nei hborhOOd. n 71

ENVELOPE addressing and professional design that make it one of the and need lots of room Locatedin Paved St. Carport 8, utility. I MODERN duplex 2 BR. fenced
typing to your specification. 1 acre and 4 bedroom home.. All most beautiful residences in the perferred Northwest I' Fenced yard. A real buy at yard. Adlt $82. Phone 37-

ONLY Reasonable rates fast cypress panelling. Two fireplaces. Gainesville. Custom detailing REFUNDThats within 3 blocks of an elementary $10.000 See at 316 N E. 44th St. I _78
service. Write Gainesville Close to schools. and special quality throughout 'I
Box 362-A school. Will consider a reasonable
Sun.BABYSITTING. win appeal to the discriminating -I offer. Owner lea vino town.It UNIVERSITYREALTY I BRj living Rm KiA" utilities -
------------ 1'i acres and 3 bedroom home. buyer who is except gas for cook
Your best investment I' t.
right would to investigate -
S2 cooking or cleaning Carpeting. fireplace deluxe kitchen I willing to pay the higher pay you Ing. 91 NE 3rd Ave. (Rear).
Call FR 23417.
Northwest. ; *M
5 afternoons. Can furnish price. per month. Call FR 2-C989.
own transportation. Phone 376- I OWNER LEAVING TOWN so this for your tax refund

1103. 3 acres and two bedroom house j loey! ranch type bungalow is ASSOCIATESJ. 1115 N. Main ST. Ph 272-4351 |f ONE bedroom Dlpe ground
... Five miles Gainesville. \I Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth I floor clean, Ig L.R-,
from More i.w on the market. Panelled &- is the down payment W. M. Munroe Realtor
i Announcements
acreage if desired. j Florida room off the dining Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire ASSO. S. E. McLaughlin, i.i Water turn. $14 week.. $54 m

; I! area Is perfect for entertaining. on a new Hugh Edwards t; Virginia A. Power Frank Roby Roy McCann, Apply 417 SE 4tn St. .
; -
FOURTH ANNUALST. 4 bedroom home in P.I K. Yonge One of the Multio'e Listing T. C. Douglas Jr. CLEAN
I Pay
a special flat-charge 3 LOST & FOUNDLOST area. Pretty lot. Separate dmng bedrooms is huge! Idyl- home. Let your refund be' ROOM & comfort. 4 Br; 2 tath; j: I I save eicie.'*. Private yearly
< room. Fireplace in living j wild is the location Idvtewilde.' 31 @
AUGUSTINE l Ig. family room; living room: j I I trance and bath Beauty Rest
service for noncommercial room. II and it is priced to BR, CCB house tile bath family
man s biack. billfold. Finder i sell at $17,500. the down payment and dining Rm; breakfast Rm. Inside <' room. Call 372 1001 after I mattress. Close-in. Ph. 372-2324.

users only. may keep $15 but please return ART ASSN. 4 bedroom, 2 story deluxe home ;LAKE ROSA reduced $2,000 to utilit.es. Covered terrace; : 5:30 P.M. :i FURNISHED duplex apt. Clean 2
billfold. Mail to H. C. Amason. barbecue workshop & car
; close to University. Florida colonial $19,000. This three bedroom make payments' patio;
monthly BR. kitchen,
I.! 3333 NW 4th St. or call 372-1941. Ioesigl\. | one bath- year round home is port. Storage all over New, TWO or three bedroom. suburban I, 704 SE tat back porch
wall furnaces. Ruas: stove; ref- home on laroe lot. Ne.' Sch/v 4 Av.

Dial 4 Personalized Services ANTIQUESHOW Extra large. 2 bedroom. 2 bath I j located frontage on on a Lake paved Rosa.road Amenities with- like rent. Monthly payments ricerator.. $16CCO. $1,000 wM hand '' $200 down. $75 month. FR -2937SIM NEW" apt. available now. 3 BR'

home. Sturdy. well built. H :. 1724 N.E. 7fh St. FR 2- 2
I Include large screened DOWN bths als a I BR apt.
LEARN ing and air-conditioning. t-I porch awning windows. include taxes and -2220. 3 Bedroom concrete block home 315 J 19 Lane. Phone FR .
TO DRIVE Special attention *
remodeled "modern t on paved street. We own thIshouse |i f 29.
376-4672 to nervous or elderly.Easy Modem in design. 3 bedrooms 2 cabinets In kitchen dishwasher insurance and are as low NEW HOMES at 1311 NE lIfts Terr. and:
I Way Driving School. FR I. baths. large deep lot. Low utilities fireplace and i WANTED 1 girt $10 per
27002. Lie. by Slate of Fla. Priced from $12,700 to $18CCO went to discuss payments. Ap-1 I I I 2 $15 per week v o
22 Marine Street i for the best In heat and air. oak parque floors. os $82 mo.PINE NO MONEY DOWN VA pro*. $75. Closing costs M vest 2 gir. with t sare
conditioning. Close to University. House has 1.545 square $100 closing have good credit. See u* for this h young dl.
INCOME TAX and BOOKKEEPING ; pay only Call after 5 .
SERVICES. 4004 S.W. 20th March 6. 7. 8. 1964 i feet plus 4 car gar Best terms FHA and other homes with best FrL M
Direct line to Street. Phone 374-3733 GLADYS SMITH age. Priced to sell. FORESTBy Free lifetime Swim Club Membership I tf'I'I"M:.. Ph. FR 6-2472. WarnerW. tn o anytime w -.

12:00-9:30 P.M. J. W. KirkpatrickRealtor i Weseman. Realtor 1113 N. FURNISHED 2' B..mobile home,

Want AdVisorsI SPECIAL NOTIC..S I ; RealtorMultiple Hu h Edwards, Inc. HUGH.EDWARDS Main St. private lot. 3 Place

Door donation 75c FR MO per .
I Listing 31 N. Main Street Phone 372-1404 \ FOR SALE an older home near 6-11
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TRY DIAOAX TABLETS (formerly. Associates: I Member Multiple Listing NE 16th Ave. and 15th St. 1\ INC. Hawthorne School. $5000. In EFFICIENCY 732 N F 3rd Avot

Dex-A-Diet New name same Snack Bar I Florence Burns Ben Griffin I I ASSOCIATES Grove Park, a home 2 acres. Al util. except gas for
formula' only 98c. Canova's Dreg 1 Dan Sheldon Caroline Noves Floe M'i Bunneil 372-1551 N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th Street j $5000. Clifford Johnson Broker '; heating com
I l
Store 37 N. Main St 1221 W. University Phone 372-539] I I t.J.A.. W. SCe.'r USN, Ret. 372-1551 Box 112 Hawthorne 4112252. I GrH.fm S m .
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46 Unfurnished Aprs. 49 Rooms For Rent 64 Household Goods Ilniir InrIIi1llUl1lETwllllllllHHliThilElEBBlfB6lIllfllliTh1Isllw hIllhII1ffl1ssulfflmffilthnHlmlillil 77 Mobil Homes for Sal. I 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALEI 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobiles for Sal

2 BR duplex $50 per month, located :I I CLASSIFICATION INDEX 1 NOW SHOWING FORD GALAXIE. 195 2 dr. Will
ROOM for 2 with outside entrance T-A-G APPLIANCESTested I MGA good condition, R, H, wire w- OLDSMOBILE. 1958 convertlbU
on SE 45th Terr. Call 1764 MOBILE HOMES trade for older car, or $15 w tires. Toneau,
2 beds. Adjacent bath luggage rack. excellent mechanical condition
and Guaranteed bedrooms. all Floor .
FR 22372. I 2 and 3 down and take up payments.Call
I use of telephone refrigerator. 42 Refrigerators from S39 up Plans. Terms tailored to meet I FR 2-5987 4-7 pjn. $800 or best offer. Ernie Wild, very clean. $775. Call Buta
2 BR. unfurnished Apt. 216 S.E.9th Gentlemen only. 1416 NW 12th Ranges from S3* up = ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE I your budget. Drive a little and FR 6-2521 after 5 p.m. Wooten. 376-0942.

St. Kitchen equipped. Married Rd. Phone FR 6-2896. 17 Washers from Sit up ii 1 la Memorlam save a lot at MERCURY 1957 must tell 4 dr
couples children & pets11t' C Dryers from SAt up S Card of Thanka 11 Wanted U Rev CONNOLLYMobile H.T. Radio and heater. 5 good

welcome. $45 mo. Plus utilities. 51-A Wonted To Rent 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up S Last TeaM 62 Machinery 4k Tool u Home Sales Inc. tires. Must see to appreciate.Best .

M U Shea FR 2-4353 or 6-2763 2 Dishwashers from S49 up a 4 Personalized Service 69 BuIlding Materials 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 offer. Phone 6-7449. ATTENTIONWHEN
evenings. 10 TV Sets = t Travel InlormaUoa HOusehold GeadjH 1-
3 or more bedrooms. 1 or more I JIM VOYLES APpd CES35 r. es < Special Netleea AntIques 11& Closed Phone Sundays 622-8166 FORD GALAXIE 1959 4 dr. Automatic -

bathroom unfurnished house. Call 3725303 66 Misc. Far Sale transmission. radio and
11t' 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 41* NW tth Ave.Ph. 88 7 FlorUU =
FR 2.9500 after 4:30 weekdays 67 Posts heater. Small take
p m. 8 Baby Sitters. Child Car TradIng TWO bedroom house trailer S900. equity UP
or all day weekends. fl Places T. G. And 68 Articles Wanted 51 one bedroom house trailer $750. payments. James Marable' 221!
THREE BEDROOM furnished houseon TJUDe' Ta BeeAUTOMOTIVE USed OU Wood Can be rented. Phone 3764334 S.E. 9th Place. 3764460. After
large lot. 710 N.W. 14th Ave. 54 Business Rentals I 70 Boat Maria E,..,. Monday to Friday to 5. 5:30 P.M.
Near shopping center. House .
3622BEACH 71 Camp Bunt Fltk7t IS
te available Mar 1st. Rent Sim a Office Eqvlpmer FOR SALE 28 1 bedroom trailer.
WAREHOUSE space tor rent. Located 71 Airplane Salea-Bental Excellent condition. Manaro's
month. Call 376-2145. I "71% Musical
; at 620 S. Main St. Call BLVD. 77 MobU Bme for Sal* Merchandise Restaurant. 2120 Haw t home E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN

t LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom JOHN MERRILL Realtor. FR IN 78 TestIs far Sate Road. FR 2-4690.

houses month or Mathew- 21494. a 79 Track Wanted JR. '
V year. Warehouse .
son Manor. Call 475-2981. 80 Tractor Trick
I nel,25 MO. I little to save a lot. Below market Homes. Lots. Income. Business
NEARLY m office or = 83 Trailer Rentals clean. Lake Geneva Trailer and Lake
I BR. nicely furnished house. 4 83 Scooters 53 Lot for Sal Property.
Concrete block. Phone 481-2178 location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. 84 Automobile Motorcycle Repairs 54 Waterfront Property Sales Rt. 100. SE Keystone Farms and Acreage. (

Campeville. Fla. $45 month.FORDYCE Ph. FR 6-2472 Weseman Realty ROOMS FURNITURE U AmtoraabUeS far Sato .S3 HOuses For Sale e Hts., Fla. E. "CURLY"" KUEHN. Jr. .
1113 N. Main St. 638 N. MAIN ST. .
& APPLIANCES 84 Swap CanEDUCATIONAL Cottages Far Sale
37 Real Estate I FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544
FOR LEASE 2 warehouses in same WYATTTrailer
bldg. located 1111 S. Main St. Repossessed S8 Real Estate Wanted :1
I 3 BR 2 bath. home completely 39 Oat a f Town. Property B .
Can be used for storage or repair InstraetioB
redecorated. Available Mar. 15. I Because of family troubles lust 5 18 School 40 Bnslneit Properties

JIM per month. Call garage. come in & take over payments E 15 MaiiCi Daccinf 41 Residential Ineam I SalesHome Shadow Lawn Estates
35 x 40 $45 per mOo
FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES on entire houseful. Consists of a SO WantedInatr.csl.aEMPLOYMENT 43 Farm Acreage == I Custom-built homes that look
30 x 35 $45 mo.
INC. per beautiful 2 pc. living room suiteIn 43 Colored Property of I custom-built. U you are tired
To at HunrsStation
see pick keyes
up sofa makes Into bed Pacemaker Mobile Homes of homes with that subdivision
nylon I
926 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 376-1236. "44" call 376-8866. I
j -_ or also matching club chair w-solid 17 Work Wanted Mae RENTALS I I Shasta and Alrstream I look. see G7JTOI
1 BEDROOM furnished suburban foam cushions 2 decorator e 16 Work Wanted Female Travel Trailers F. D. Oliver Bldr. YOU BUY YOUR HOME
home. Plenty of room close to 56 Business Opportunities lamps 2 step tables In margolite/ I 28 14 Sale Help Wanted 44 Cottage For Bent ; Ocala's First Mobile Home Ph. FR 2-0**

school. Available April 1st. $120 with matching cocktail table. In Ii! IS Help-Mala er Female 45 Furnished *. Dealer Since 1948 I West .n NW 89th AT*. past A MULTIPLE LISTING REALTOR

per month. Call FR 2-4957. L. J. GROCERY store for sale. Colored the bedroom massive double 13 Male Help Wanted 46 ePi t.. I 1m Silver Springs Blvd. I the Glen Springs Intersection. .- I Warner Weseman Gladys Smith Realty

Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. business. Good profits. Reasonfor dresser with tilting mirror chestof Dramatic 47 Houses for Fern. Phone 629-1358 See lip an left.
Fla. J. W. Kirkpatrick Really Ernest Tew RealtyMcKinneyGreenDeaton
I selling other business. Phone drawers 8* bookcase headboard 11 Female Help Wanted 48 Houses for :::tt.tJ ;. i Ocala L ,
BEDROOM furnished house. 3242 FR 6-7231. After 7 PJTU Call with sliding panels for = 49 Boom for Bent 58 GREAT Lakes for sale, excell- University Realty
N.W. 11th St. Corner 33rd Ave. FR 2-0641. clock radio all done in I John Merrill Arnold
your FARMS & LIVESTOCK 50 Hotel Booms ent condition. Phone 372-6400 Agency Realty
House Call 774-4230.
open. exotic Sahara Mist finish. Second 5 28 Torso Equipment fit Misc. Rentals 03 after 6 P.M. Tom Dobson Agency Dan Byrd Agency
59 Money Wanted bedroom has twin maple 27 Feed FertIlizer 81A Wanted T* Bent 03 OWN YOUR Wilbur
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. beds. Kitchen has deluxe 7 PC 28 LIvestock Sapplleati S3 Boarder Wanted FIRST quality mobile home 1962 I COOPERATIViAPARTMENT Bishop Realtor! Arch Campbell, Realtor
I dinette set with formica top Soil 53 Schult 50 x 10', 2 BR front M. M. Parrish & Associates Red Franks. Real Estate
UNIVERSITY Professor Landscaping Top Office Desk Space 03
needs $3-
table & 6 foam padded chairs. excellent condition $3,600.
'OR bullt.ln SO Pet A Supplies 81 Business Rentals kitchen. Fordyce Associates Ralph FosseyJ.
RENT 3 BR. 2 bath 5,000 for 2nd mortgage immed with cross 03
Admiral Trailer
refrigerator Lot 49. Shady Nook
kitchen lot, 2 biles from Will 11 LIvestock WantedFINANCIAL Pierce Smith. Realtor
corner iately. pay good Interest. top freezer shelves In door & Park, 372.3881McMURRAY For Information
.C Metcalfe Schoolr.. high. 1943 Write P. O. Box 363-M Gaines- dairy bar. 36" range with oven SERVICE
NE 15th Terr. S125 per month. ville Sun. broiler and storage drawers. == Mobile Home Sales. University Park

Call 3722738.tEDECORATED.. Orig. price $1.019.3 54 BusIness Opportunities 28 Special Services B 8-10 wide 1 or 2 BR used lake
57 Monev to LoiaS3 23 Home Improvement 5 or house traders from $1,295. 1
2 Beoroom. Stove BALANCE DUE ONLY Apts.
I Merchandise 03 Mortgage 14 Radio TV Service 03 office Trailer for rent or sale.
and refrigerator. 303 S.E. 8th St.
Phone 374-4417 Weekends after $267No S> Money Wanted 25 Appliance 4k Furniture 03 3 ml. So. Of Starke on 301. 964- Box 11025

S pm. weekdays.JNFURNISHED3. IJ __....u..........._....__........._____........-._....-..-.-..__.....__......._._____ ii 0571. Greene Oaks Restaurant. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
61 Wanted to Buy
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I money down. $250 week. Ask WILL Sell equity In 2 bedroom Enjoy TOTAL
I BR house. for Brock's furniture In storage
J trailer for $300.
10x45 New Moon iiii
fenced back 'Ird. 211* NW 7th WANTED. In good used condition 66 Misc. For Sale 66 Misc. For Sal _
Call FR 6-1444.
1 Terr. $95 per month. Phone 372- 14" Band saw. 6" (omter-planer. atNATIONAL

19321 I 18" |lig saw. Call C. Monroe CLOSE OUT SALEOn SAVE $1.000
3723436 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. REFRIGERATOR top-freezer chest. I
HOME in the
BR unfurnished home. Refrlg.. Furniture Wallpaper. 98c a Roll Floor width. Vegetable dehy- 64 10x50 ARMOR $3,645 Living
1 stove & dinette furnished, Ig. WE BUY and sell all kinds of fur. drater. Store door. $40. Call FR Town & Country Trailer Sales
10 S.W. 7th St. 382-4366
fenced back yard. Close In to nlture. stoves refrigerators Warehouse 6-8033. 3860 SW Archer Rd. I

town. Call after 6 P.M. 372-1190. clothes. radios, TV etc. Call HOOVER upright vacuum cleaner BUYERS
FR 23937. SCOTTMAN'S ice making machine ELCAR air conditioned with heat
like new. Sold new S99. 1 left
{ \ BEDROOM; stove and blinds 3622 good condition. See at 2426 SW pump. Private owner. Reasonably
859. Compact late model. Sold
WANT to U.S. & foreign ,
I furnished. $IS per month. 3425 13th St. priced Call 377-6538
I N.W. 4th St. Call FR 6-9879 afterS coins old 8, new. Rebel Stamp new S185 S69. The Kirby Co. _

_S p.m. & Coin Shop, 809 W. Univ. Ave., Beach Blvd.Next 712 N. Main FR 6-7110. A TO Z SALE 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE GUIDEby

Gainesville, Fla. ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna MARCH Tth 1 to 5 P.M.
J I BR 2 story frame house front Double stack complete. Nothing 750 N.W. 34th St. George Sparks. I Community
& back So. gate Plaza FL 92561 The James Co.
porches. 719 SE 2nd
64 Household Goods else to buy $15. Brants. Furniture Kitchen wear, Yard 1957 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van-
t Ave. OPEN DAILY '; SUNDAY 12-6
$55 month. Phone FRI
513 N.W. 8th Avenue. tools Reducing equipment. Cloth.es type truck. Has been serviced
<-6755.I Jacksonville. Florida and many odds & ends. completely on monthly sched The James Co. of Gainesville.
J MODEL HOMEFROM USED Chain Saws $SO up. New ule. $700. FR 2-8461. Inc., Builders of Klngsberry
BEDROOM unfurnished house.
4 hp saws S8995. We repairall Homes for this
area will be
Nice. 5 acres ground under DISPLAY 65 Antiques chain saws & lawn mowers. 70 Boats-Marine E4uZp. I 1963 HEAVY duty Ford. econ. van. happy to answer any questionsyou / Quality HomesYou'll
fence. $85 a month. FR 6-2641 3 COMPLETE Chain saw rentals. McCulloch $1775. Phone FR 2-2536 after 5:30 might have concerning
or 6-2930. Ask for Mr. Haines. Wisconsin and Stratton
I Briggs pm. 2911 NE 11th Terr. home ownership. You be
i !SMALL frame house unfurnished ROOMSFurniture ANTIQUE organ for sale. Call dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR 17 FT. Span American with 85 hp I one of those people that might now be getting "more home for your money" at

for rent 372-6310. 6-3411. Mercury. Tilt trailer. Motor In I. 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals I owns a home but found that It
1/ 2 Bedrooms $35 per & appliances-consistIng : excellent condition. Boat has Highland Court Manor. Our goal is to design attractive -
1 month. Phone FR 6-7007. of 2-PC foam rubber nylon' GREEN house frame, shed anC: Bimini top cruise tanks. Ride I r Is now Inadequate. If this Is the

BR unfurnished home. covered sofa & matching chair Sun Want Ads roof. Kerosene heater and storage guide steering, amp. and water FOR sale Ford tractor model case. a call to The James Co. homes featuring more living space for less
Large tables & matchinq cock tank. See after 4 3923 N.W. tires, could very well solve your
2 step p.m. Marine horns. 8N new perfect running I for 25
pressure gauge. and we've been it
I"I"I lot. Near school. FR 6-9237. money doing over
I finish. 2 problems. By this we mean
tail table with plastic 15th St.AUTOMATIC. railing and compass. WILL I condition. C. U Clyatt Providence
BR. partially furnished house. tall decorator lamps with eye Get Results DEAL. FR 6-2085. Fla. Lake City 75?.2598. trading In your present home. years.
Zig Zag Sewing
1220 NW. 21st Ave. Call 372. saver shades. Beautiful gold mist _
S 8453.WAILABLE. bedroom suite. double dresser chine. Buttonholes. Darns. Em 18 FT. open-cock pit, offshore 83 Motorcycles & Scooters There are a number of Questions
with large titling mirror master broideries. & fancy Designs. fiberglass boat complete controls that we can answer concerning
double bed. Take 7 payments $8.02 ea. Call trading. We feel that / ServicesAll
April 1st. University size chest large lights 10 S. 5 gal. tanks CUSHMAN Husky 1962 new City
a and Flnley area. 3 BR; Living Complete 5 PC. chrome dinette 66 Misc. For Sale 372-2051. 40 h.p. Johnson tilt trailer skies. motor & tires. Excellent condition by talking with us you can
Rm dining Rm Kitchen equipped set 1944 Admiral refrigeratorwith pick a suitable floor plan and
; ropes belt, life preservers & Reasonable. Call 2-1276 or
WANTED Customers for home delivery
I SaS mo FR *-693 full width freezer & crisper of Fresh Vegetable Juices ladder. SHOO. Phone 3725738. see at 1065 NE 13th Place. exterior design that will suit city services are available at Highland Court
shelves in door and dairy COWLING'S UPHOLSTERY your needs from our many
49 Rooms for Rent bar. deluxe range with thermostat Chairs low as $8. No money dally. Answer to Box 364-A 17 FIBERGLASS Cobia cruiser. plans that we keep on hand.A Manor. Streets are paved and curbed, storm drain-
controlled oven. roll out down low as $5 per month. c/o Gainesville Sun if Interested. 55 HP Homelite motor. Murray 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS call to the James Co. will and There's and fire
broiler. This furniture has been Free estimates pickup and delIvery Price depends a lot on how trailer, completely equipped. 8 get all the facts about any age sewers in place. police

MICE room close in. Private entrance on display only. Everything new service. All work guaran- many reply. months old. S199S. FR 23742. SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP type financing any questionsyou I protection and refuse pick-up too.
all channel antenna. Off & guaranteed. Regular price teed. Phone 376-7786. might have without any
GOLF CLUBS men's letthand-
( ) .
street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd $798 now only OWNER 16 ft. Regal Royal overnighter Your car's pep & power show obligations on your part.
Place. FR 2582.. FOR SALE CHEAP Restaurant ed. Complete set. Used very with head. $370. Phone with a tune-up at BROWN'S
t little. Make offer. Call FR '5694.or up
formica counter and 26 stools
$499No 372-1150 today. SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed We have lots available In / RecreationHighland
'4 MALL heated furnished room for equipment. Complete fountain, FR 28441 Mrs. Palmer. _
recapping & wheel alignment. most any section of town for
I man. 1st floor. Close In. Ph.
and short order
3721981. 416 NE 2nd Avenue. money down payments $4 equipment. 52" HEAVY steel ramps to load your 72 Office Equipment 809 N. Main. FR 6-4310 you to choose from.
Call FR 2-0759 or 29207. Mr.
wk Immediate credit 8. deliveryor dozer or tractor plus 2 120 gal. Court Manor's exclusive Swim Club and
I FURNISHED room with private will hold In storage at no Page. bulk tanks. Call 3721694. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene
f- Center is unmatched in Gainesville. You
entrance and private bath. Central GAS WATER HEATER $25 allowance ARTISTS and draftsmen. Complete Paramore have over 30 years Community

heat. Telephone and garage. charge.NATIONAL for your old costly to LESS THAN WHOLESALENEW selection of quality artist and BUICK for sale 1963. Will con- combined experience In the receive free membership with purchase of a new
Call FR 6-5112. operate electric water heater. used and rebuilt electricand artistic supplies at Chestnut's slder trade. See at 3129 NW 11th construction of homes. By careful
I FURNITURE WAREHOUSE Hot water at about half your manual adding machines Office Equipment Co. 106 W. St. after 6: p.m. or week-ends. supervision by Jim IndGf'nf' home. Featured with the giant pool are facilities for
UARGE quiet front bedroom 3622 Beach Blvd. FL 92561 present cost with our LP gas. standard typewriters and port it will/ enable you as the
Ave., In downtown
semi-private bath and entrance. ,Open Daily .-., Sat. '-6, Sun. 12-6 Ask us. PROPANE. SW Archer ables. Check writers of all types. Gainesville University Fla. BUICK 1956, clean. 2 door hard homeowner to get more home baseball basketball, playground facilities, and the

$625 per week. Phone 6-1961. Jacksonville Fla. Road. FR 6-5110. We buy used equipment of all top. Call after 6 p.m. FR 6-6155. for your money and certainly Clubhouse.
--- types. Call FR 2-2105 or FR makes The James Co. construction I
2-0963 day or night. 73 Musical MerchandiseOLD BUICK 1959 LeSabre Sports to be beyond compare.
Coupe R & H, PS & PB WW

THE BEST costs less. Heat three excellent cond. Two new tires. By building primarily the I / Convenience -
times the water your electric Accordion 120 bass, 5 weeks Clean Inside $990. 372-5062. Klngsberry home we feel we

heater heats. Call Fuilgas your 7 switches, cost $500. still has I have a great advantage and I
CHEVROLET 57. 2-door hardtop
Philgas Distributor 376-5392. guarantee. $150 or best cash offer great opportunity for you as
f Belair heater, white walls, auto. The total suburban community is only minutes away
Immediately. Write Box 357- the purchaser to pick design
LOOK Sun. trans., good cond. C. Felder that createdby from public and parochial schools, churches, and
M, c-o Gainesville and floor plans are i
I _. .
Wanted responsible to FR 25733.CADILLAC
party assume
some of the country's leadIng -
Home And Business payments on late model USED SPINET PIANO 1962 convertible, beau architects.If I shopping areas. Yet the strictly residential sectionis

fully automatic Singer Zig Zag. BALDWIN SPINET WALNUT tiful. Completely equipped. Leather removed from noisy areas and busy streets.
I $8 per month. Balance J141. desire complete Information .
FINISH. SLIGHTLY USED. Interior. $500 for my equityand
Phone 376-1075. assume payments. FR call The James Co. and
Bulldozing Repoh. $465. 6-8024. we will be happy to come to

FOR sale AZALEAS all sizes. Wholesale GRIDLEY MUSIC CO. your home and spend any
BULLDOZERS & Dragline, Backhoe CORVAIR MONZA 1963 for sale amount of time necessary to Court Manor
FREE FR 2-5353.
Estimates 2145 Highland
on price. N.W. 10th St.
your repairs -
wheel tractors. motor and additions. Complete' or trade. Trade for older car or explain The James Co. systemof

grader. Free estimates. W. G. lOxir bedroom $675. Complete 14' REFRIGERATOR across top SPINET PIANO $150 down and take up pay. home ownership.We .
(Buck) Johnson FR 6-6719 14x2r Florida room $1680. freezer. Also good Tappan 36" FAMOUS make concert quality. ments. Call 3764991 after i

King Construction Co. Phone gas range. Both In like new Local party with good credit p.m. or week-ends. can secure FHA, VA and Sales Office Located at N.E. 23rd Blvd.
CarpentryGRADY F R34U.. condition. Also size fire several different types of conventional -
family $200.00 and finance
Mtg. Broke. can save over FORD, 1956 Customline! 2 dr. .
safe. 2F45 N.W. 10th St. entire remaining balance.To one owner green. radio heater. financing.Let I and 11th Terrace Phone 3723471BUTLER

CABINET WORKS RemodelingNEED REPOSSESSION SALE Inspect without obligation With 64 tag. Phone FR 22532. us mention a few of
{ Custom built cabinets and moldIngs write Home Office Joplin Piano 2501 SE 11th Ave. the Homes that are either under

refinishing and spray 1962 Singer 301 SI.! Needle $68 Co., Joplin Mo.ORGAN. construction or In the I
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A NEW Florida room carport SALEOf planning stage.
1533 E. University Avenue
patio. screened-in 1963 Pfaff $67
I Phone 372-1313 etc.? Call now and get It done Christmas Left overs. All 4-bedroom Hull tile baths,

for the summer months. Call 1963 Universal Zig Zag $44 new organs. Savings up to 30 pNorwood I living room family room.
CosmeticsAn per cent. Earl's Piano Co. lot 100x276'. ThisIs
372SC49 after 5 P.M. for free Situated on a
702 W. Univ. Ave. 3722222 II
-- estimates. 1963 Necchl Supernova $77 a VA home. By buying now
HOUR OF BEAUTY will/ makea Hope
can be your own decorator.
SPINET piano mahogany finish you
"new you" at MERLE NOR. THINKING OF PAINTING? Call 1963 Elna Free arm $62 excellent condition. Priced to =0I Builders and Developers

I Service MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. us for an estimate on Aluminum sell. Call 3764164. "H" Inc. I 3-bedroom. Itt baths strip
Learn professional make-up siding. End painting worries 1964 Automatic does everything hardwood floors. Situated on a

secrets by trained beauty ex forever. 376-1838 or 372-7948. drop-in cams only $55 B_ We Trade Homesor well shaded lot. that Is on a
perts. 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR EMRAYSADVERTISE Automotive I dead end street. Small down

I FRED REALTOR B. ARNOLD 2-3126. Cabinets optional.All = Property ments.payment low monthly pay-

I SERVICE 77 Mobile Homes for Sale i I 3-bedroom. 1% baths, terrazzo

; 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723522 FIREEXTINGUISHER IN THE Terms arranged. Ask for credit B__ The following are ready for E floors. Situated on a large
CO. 03 lot. $400 down and less
manager 376-1075. = occupancy. corner
Sales and ServiceAll SERVICE DIRECTORY 40MODELS Z 1021 NW 40th Or.m B than $75 per month. plus taxes
types of Fire ExtinguishersPick SHOTGUNS. 16 Gauge 12 This one Is 1964 Paradeof
I Appliance Repairs pump; 3 BR. 1V4 Bath, $500 dn. BB and Insurance.
up and delivery service gauge double barrel, (2) .22 rifles $107 MO. g ready to occupy.
C. R. Thomas Ph. 376-8989 1-pump, 1-bolt with scopes. _
Gainesville Fla. 2 racks, 1 desk and ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE 3-tlIed baths extra
; gun lamp 4-bedroom.
Parker Appli Serv. FROM LOWEST PRICES 1 4628 SE 2nd PI.
Upholstery snare drum and stand, cornice PAYMENT. large recreation room den
Expert Malor Appliance Servo Heating boards all reasonable. Call FR SMALL DOWN 1 3 BR. 1 bath $600 dn. $74 03 built-in kitchen completely air Home Values

t. ice. Prompt. Efficient & I 2-1276 or see at 1065 NE 13th TRAILER MART 03permo.4527&46I7SEIsCPI.. I conditioned. Located In one of

Courteous 372-6224. ART BALL" Heating (Hot Air. UPHOLSTER your furniture at Place. Hwy 17. Phone 328-1050 I l Gainesville's finest neighbor-
Hot water) Air conditioning and reasonable prices. Call Sally. OPEN WEEKDAYS hoods.
Auto Equipment Refrigeration. Ph. 3721685. 15 Enperlenced FR -'888.: WROUGHT Iron and glass tables 5 3 B R, 2 bath. $500 dn. $68 !03Bper 3 & 4 Bedrooms
Year-s eXIf'rlf'ftCf' and chairs. 1 year old. Selling UNTIL 9 p.m. mo. We are planning a two-story
due to remodeling. Gate House SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 m home with over 2200 SqFt..
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & : Home ServiceWOOD SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS ings.Restaurant. Dial FR 6-5843 even EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA | 303 & 313 SE 38th St. of this living one will area.amaze The you.price on Palm View Estates

exchanged; Repair kits for
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized HOME IMPROVEMENT I do sewing of all FLOOR samples repossessed. 1 B304&3l4SE39thSt.B3 I homes
Walker Hydraulic Jack Licensed & Bonded Builders kinds & Dressmaking. Mrs. W. Firestone 12 h.p. outboard BR 1 bath $500 dn. $4-4B We plan to build U and Fernwood ManorWestmorland

Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE Florida Rooms Carports C. Asbell 3436 NW. 17th Ter motor $19695; 1 Phllco 12.3 cu. I 3 NEW BpermO. In the NE Gainesville the area floor
have already picked
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 5. Patios Roofing Gutters race. 3720625.Sewing ft. refrigerator $17995; 1 Phll that
Main' FR14 7 Heating Air Conditioning IIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIJIIL.oIIllLlIIIIIII14 plans and exterior design Estates
co port. T.V with stand $195; I for each lot.
ls most suitable
Financing adlusted to customers Machine Repairs 25-42-piece drill sets. SI 2.95 ea.
requirements.Dial B The following are under construction I
Auto Glass Firestone Stores 304 W. Unlv- AUTOMATICZIG
Ave. B and will be ready 00B FHA from $400 Down
Bobby Wood Fred Wood CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER. for occupancy soon. B I

AUTO GLASS Is our only busi 376-470T 376-1100 VICE. 3761075.CO. SIS We W. UniversityAve. all WHOLESALE niture: Walnut prices mirrors on quality SID fur& ZAG 3701 NW 21st PI. II I
ness. Immediate Installation: repair ; VA .. Nothing Down
free pickup & delivery. Add Mortgog Broker Makes Work fully guaranteed $25 Scaly' innerspring double bed B 3 BR. 2 bath $750 dn. $98 03
$90; beige hospital bed adjust
beauty & value to your car.MAULDINS per mOo
FHA and conventional at lowest WINDOW CLEANING able height $140; 34" two drawer fig
chests unfinished $20; cork bulletin ONLY $45.00Full Ask about our paint your own home for
323 NW 6th St. FR *-? 58. current rates. Terms to 25 3707 NW 21st PI. =:
years. Will gladly discuss at no WINDOWS cleaned. floors cleaned boards JJ.50; unfinished 9 E I 4 BR. 2 bath $800 dn. $10700permo. down payment.
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. drawer desk $65 10' wide x T ( Price ) I :0:: For More Information I .
& Repair Serv. and waxed. houses washed 10 i II
W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor yrs. experience. Free estimates. green matchstick traverse dra.pery Call
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 24494 $25; 4x6 heavy cotton pile a
Phone FR 2-5955. rugs $1250; walnut bedtray with We have (3)) brand new I = Drive west on 16th Ave., turn left at Model

CARPENTRY ROOFING FRED B. ARNOLD reading shelf $25; Chtldcraft dresser fully automatic sewing I I
REALTOR 03 FOR RENT Home sign on NW 39th Terrace.
45" x 1' $85; 9 x 12 ta-
ADDITIONS FHA AND machines. My company
taml floor mats $12.50. Gaddum I B l24SE7thSt.B I
Satisfaction guaranteed for small
floor planned
Interiors. 12 NW 3rd Ave. 3BR.llath
B. R. Schvttze 372-2051 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 that Mo. Co.
dept. store went 1 Year Lease SI00. per =

DON'S MORTGAGE MONEYs Sun Want Ads FOR SALE 2 window air condi- bankrupt. Priced to sell Gainesville Inc. BUTLER BROS. Builders
tioners, 1 dishwasher, 1 windowfan. .. Of
cent Interest. Terms to 11- =
Building & Repair 6-8807 Service.FR 25 years.per I upright piano. Phone 376- for $139.00 we will take "I11u.1 Builder of Kingsbarry ,

BUY BUILD REFINANCECall 0414. $45.00 a piece cash or I i ALL OUR HOMES
floor polisher, like payments of $5.CO a iI i OPEN FOR YOU TO EN.
Bulldozing Dan Byrd Get Results ELECTROLUX new sold over $100. now So9. month. Fully Guaranteed. 03 JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF OFFICE PHONE MATT MEADEN. Sales Mancger
I (25 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 1-2511 GE automatic cord 03 YOU WILL JUST CALL. 372-2527
vacuum. Call FR 2-2051 for free
E 1123 SE. 4th STREET
GLADYS Smith Realtor, FHA rewlnder. Sold new ",.n. now home demonstration. FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7nf NIGHTS HOLIDAYS Phone FR -2-9545 or Nights FR 6-9048
WALL bulldozer loader dump and conventional loans. Low S399S. 25 assorted vacuum 372-7401 i
truck fill dirt lime rock. Top I rates. Terms to 25 years. 1223 $25 up. The Kirby Co. 712 N. I
soil. Phone F R 27846. W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. Main FR 6-7110. I -





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85 Automobiles for Salt 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE

f kENAULT Dauphine 1961. Black FOR A better buy on a new or DODGE DART sedanIncludes
WSW tires excellent condition. REPOSSESSION used car call FR 64957 after 7 'BOSS GONE'SALE

SPRITE$575. Phone 1961.372-8867.Tonneau cover. up CHEVROLET 4 speed. heavy 1960 %dUty.ton sacri pick Chaffan.p.m. or all day Sunday. Mr. ( Heater) $ *f Q Q f 00 RIGHT

I convertible top, side windows, excellent fice price $800 as is.
body top mechanical. 40 FOR SALE Sedan BY OWNER fully 1962 equipped Continental SPECIAL AT .JL 7c7 *9
miles to gal. A clean car. Reasonable FAIRLANE 500. 1962. 4 dr. auto.. 20,000 miles. Factory guaranteeuntil
price. During day FR power steering. air conditioned. Oct. or 50.000 miles. S4- 5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY
-3ll.. ext. 5629; after 5:30.. Sacrifice price $1.480 as Is. 000. Phone 376-4280 or 376-4776.
J FR 2.Q95.TEMPEST PLYMOUTH 1960 Station Wagon.
convertible. 63. Midnight Automobiles Wanted Poole-Gable Motors
auto.. power steering 81 brakes. 85-1
blue color 8.000 miles private
I air conditioned. A mechanics NOWb
owner. si 995. Phone 376-8904.
t special that needs some engine WANTED. 1950 thru 1954 Fords (Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks)
VOLKSWAGEN MICROBUS. 1963. work. Will sacrifice for MOO. and Chevrolets. See at Herndon I.
I 4 mos. old. new condition. Service Station. 916 S. E. 4th 119 S.E. 1st Ave. 372-434
radio heater. 50 h.p. motor. See the above at 718 N. Main St.. Street.
2300. Phone 37 -96O. AT
VOLKSWAGEN: 1957 pick up
truck $350. 1806 NW 38th Terr. I We finally talked the boss John Hipp into going
Phone 372-0481 for appt to drive. PURCHASEAllows fishing and he'll be gone Saturday, Sunday & Monday. He
1957 CADILLAC. Sedan deVille 4- SPECIAL NEW 1964 GMC told us to use our discretion on our entire stock of Used Cars B & G Motor (0.
dr. hardtop fully equipped Including I We're ready to deal and we can save you even more
$750. 372-0481 factory for air appt.cream to see.puff. Connolly to Sell These Mobile money while the boss is gone! NO REASONABLE OFFER
Tremendous Discounts PICKUP TRUCKS REFUSED!
BRING Superior out Auto the best painting In your& bodywork car. Homes at I And During These 3 Days, We Will Give YouFREE GET A LATE-MODEL CADILLAC,

I Fast dependable service; 50 GALLONS OLDSMOBILE
free pickuP. delivery. WRIGHT'S

1963 CHEVY II Station Wagon 'I' This Offer Not Good After Mon., 9 P.M.
radio & heater three seats.
white side walls 4,000 miles THIS WEEK
less than 5 mos. old. $100 cash Completely furnished and Ready For Instant LOW DOWN PAYMENT BIGCLEARANCE
take up payments. Call 372171 -
$P.M. I to 372-5738 after 5 Living. Delivered and Set Up. Only LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
$58.25 '59 Ford '59 Vauxhall

BUY YOUR $3595 $500 Down M h r Tropical PontiacGMC
Galaxie 2-door hardtop. The Station wagon. This one
MOBILE HOMEFrom finish is tu-tone blue and is black and the interior is
the WORLD'S the car Is equipped with red leather. It also has i
Truck Center V-8 engine. automatic trans- heater.
LARGEST DEALER Top Trade Allowance For Your Mobile Home, [mission power 'steering
Southern Mobile Car, Boat, Furniture, Etc. 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582 radio and heater. $49 5 i

Homes Brokers Inc. Open Dully to 7; Friday and Saturday till 8:30 =. $'995 :

2200 South 629-4818 Dixie Highway CLOSED SUNDAY ,

Ocala, Florida OCALA '57 Willys 63 CONVERTIBLE .................... $5295
fft CLEANESTCHEAPESTCARS '54 Ford I Factory air. Like new, boss's car listed for about
II L 2 Miles Northon Station wagon 6 cylinder $7000.
engine overdrive radio & Factory warranty, 7,000 actual miles.
u.s. 411 IN TOWN Vt ton pickup, V-8 engine
MOBILE HOMES Phone 633-8166 and good tires. Make good grips heater.on The rear wagon and has 2-tone mud 62 SEDAN DE VILLE ............ $3995

FEDERAL QUALITY 57 OLDS ........................ $6.00 wk. one.inexpensive truck for some- green and Ivory paint. Factory air. Fully equipped. Low mileage. Outstanding.

1 Mi. N. on 441at LEESBURGMOBILE 56 FORD, conv ............ $7.50 wk. M95 i 62 FLEETWOOD .... ............ $4295Sedan.

CALL City WE 372-5113 TRADE Limit Sign HOME SALES we U.s.Phone ill 787-5331 By-Pass 57 BUICK .......................... $8.00 wk. 245 those .who Factory wont air.the Local finest.one Listed owner for,about low mileage.$7500. For

FOR ANYTHING 60 LARK ........................ $8.00 wk. 61 COUPE
... .
................. .. .... $3095
'" .. 57 DODGE, wagon, 9-pass. $7.00 wk. 55 Ford Factory air. Beautiful condition. Rose & white. Very

57 FORD, wagon ................ $6.00 wk. Customline 2-door sedan attractive rose interior.

HAWES POWERS MOTOR CO. 55 MERCURY .......... .... $6.00 wk. and Ford-good-Matlc.tires.radio.This heater car 60 SEDAN DE VILLE ................ $2795
runs good and has new Factory air. Immaculate Low mileage. Exceptionallynice.
58 CHEVROLET ................ $R.OO wk. i.. tag. .

SMITTY SAYS I 56 CHEVROLET ................ $8.00 wk. 5395 59 SEDAN DE VILLE ................ $20 .

THESE CARS HAVE GOT TO GO a" ytp'd Factory air. Fully equipped. 325 horsepower. The S9
has earned the
COLEMAN Motors reputation being an exceptionally
( In stock over 30 Days) f > I fine car.

"If You Don't like Our Prices Open 'til 8 .J 58 Ford 58 SEDAN DE VILLE ............ $1295
425 N. MAIN FR 6-1451 ? Ranchwagon equipped with Factory air, attractive white & light blue.

MAKE US AN OFFER re I' '. J V-8 radio.engine.heater Ford-O-Matic and power 57 FLEETWOOD ................ .... $895
?; .r steering. The car .Is tu- .
classic black.OLDSMOBILE
"" tone blue 8. ivory and is in Factory sharp
1\ good condition. Also has newt

63 NEWPORT, 2-dr. HT, PS, PB, A/C, R&H, AT Was $3395 $3095 I I I SHOPPING FOR R. A. "Friendly 4 Bob" 595 64 CUTLASS HTOP COUPE .... $3495
63 NEWPORT, 4-dr. HT, PS, PB, R&H, A/C, AT Was $3295 Is $2995 ''I I
I Adams Factory air, steering, white bucket seats. 5,000
63 AMERICAN, 4-dr., AT, H, 9,000 miles Was $1595 Now $1495 I A S actual miles. Factory warranted. Listed for about $3900.
63 VALIANT, 4-dr., V-200, AT, PS, R&H, Exec. Car USED CAR? 58 Ford 64 CUTLASS SPORTS COUPE $3095
Was $2045 Now $1945
Fatrlane 2-<1r. sedan, this 290 horsepower. Bucket seats, steering & brakes.
62 FAIRLANE, 4-dr., V-8, R&H, nice . Was $1445 Now $1345 w car O-Matic has transmission V-8 engine radio Ford. 3,300 miles, factory warranted. I

62 STUDEBAKER, 4-dr., AT, R&H, real clean Was $1195 Now $995 The heater.car and runs white and drives walls. 63 DYNAMIC ........................ $2995
61 OLDS, 4-dr. 88, PS, PB, R&H, clean Was $1545 Now $1495 Start here: t- : 'aft good and has a new tag. 88 sedan. Factory air power steering. Cruise control.
61 PLYMOUTH, 4dr.. wagon, PS, PB, AT, A/C, R&H
Was $1495 Now $1395 a VW. $595 :HH ; 62 OLDS .................... ....... $2895 {.
AT R&H V-8 Was $995 Now $845 98 Htop sedan. Factory air. Fully equipped. Tops in
61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr., ,. . 10,966 actual miles. Immaculate -
61 FALCON, 2-dr., red clean . Was $1095 Now $895 ............ S154S quality & luxury.
61 VALIANT 4-dr. V-200, AT, R&H, nice Was $1195 Now $995 62 whitewall vw. Sedan turquoise, :4 '58 Cher 62 DYNAMIC ........................ $2595 )

60 PONTIAC, 4-dr. Catalina, AT, PS, PB, R&H. clean tires........Exceptionally ... $139S I 154 88 station wagon.& Power steering & brakes. Low mile- I
Delray 2-dr. sedan clean as age. Roomy powerful.
Was Now $1295 (1 VW. Sedan 12
$1395 Sunroof pastel a pin and has a new tag.
DODGE 4-dr. AT Heater 6 nice . Was $995 Now $845 blue, white wall tires. radio A The car has Cylinder engine 62 DYNAMIC .................... ....$2595 }
60 .. ................. iu8 standard transmission 88 sedan. Factory air & steering.
60 OLDS, 2-dr., '88', AT, heater, PB, 1-OwnerWas $1195 Now $1095 62 VW Karmann Chia heater and new seat cov : power
60 RAMBLER, 4-dr. Classic, AT, A/C, PS, AT, 9-pass. ruby red whitewall convertible ,.. .,...i ers 61 HTOP COUPE .................. $2195 1
Was $1145 Now $1045 tires radio .......... $1895 Leon "LU"Stanley 98 model. Sparkling white. Factory air Loaded.
(0 FALCON ............ 695 ft S
60 LARK, 2-dr. HT, AT, R&H sharp Was $745 Now $675 60 OPEL, wagon .... $795 SW : 61 SUPER ................................ $1995
60 NEW YORKER, 4-dr. HT, PS, PB, R&H, A/C, 11 VW Station Wagon excel. I 88 htop sedan. Power steering. Immaculate interior. 1

AT. Was $1895 Now $1645 61 lent Pickup condition.................. $$1395]09S '57 Buick S4dr. : I 60 HTOP ................................ $1695
59 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. HT, PS, PB, R&H, At, nice I Sedan. 98. Factory air. Loaded.

Was $1495 Now $1395 Finish Here hardtop.1957 Buick This In Is town.the I 59 SUPER ................ ............ $1095
59 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. HT, PS, PB, R&H, AT, A/C : Is equipped with au I I 88 htop sedan. Power steering.

Was $1595 Now $1495 ,transmission radio heater,power also II 58 SEDAN ................................ $695
59 CHEVY. 4-dr. HT, PS, PB, AT, A/C one owner 88. Air conditioner. Power steering.

Was $1195 Now $1045 MILLER-BROWN $695 | I I 157 SEDAN ............................ $395 I
59 PLYMOUTH, 2dr. HT, Fury, PS, PB, R&H, AT, nice I 88, Factory air.
Was Now $995 1030 E. University Ave. aumor ztsuu 2
$1095 Vcleanest : 56 HTOP .................................... $495 I II
HT R&H . Was Now
57 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. nice $495 $425
FR 2-3582 I
Pontiac I Sedan. Factory air full power. One owner. Low mileage. ,

6-3400 IMPORTED CARS 6-3400 .I I automatic. 4-dr.with sedan.transmis V-8 the en- :H BUICK I II

63 SAAB, 2-dr., 4-speed, R&H, like new Was $1445 Now $1295 steering radio. I 63 ELECTRA ........... $3695
61 OPEL, 4-dr Wagon R&H, one owner Was $1045 Now $995 This finish Is I'I full white.
RAMBLER TRADE-INS ARE black and it has a very 225 htop sedan, factory air, power,

59 E. FORD, 2-dr., wagon, R&H, clean . Was $495 Now $375. W.A. "Little Billy" good set of tires.I : I 57 SUPER .......... ...................... $495

SECOND CARS CLEANERBETTERUSED I Tiiten S475 I Htop sedan. One owner. 36,430 miles.CHEVROLET .


61 FORD, 4-dr., AT, R&H, A/C drives good Was $795 Now $675

57 DODGE, 4-dr., AT, R&H, . . Was $395 Now $225 CARS! I '59 Plymouth : 63 MONZA .... .................... $1995
\ 56 FORD, 2-dr. wagon, V-8, R&H, runs good, Was $395 Now $225 I '56 Ford Fury 4-dr. hardtop this i Coupe. White, bucket seats auto trans.

I 53 OLDS, 4-dr. wagon, PS, PB, R&H, AT Was $395 Now $325 Save Many Dollars on these: I Victoria 2-dr. hardtop. E- car matic Is transmission equipped with power auto- : 61 CORVAIR ............................ $1095
I 56 CHRYSLER, 4-dr., AT, R&H, A/C, PS Was $395 Now $315 I [quipped with V-8 engine steering power brakes ra- I Sedan, radio, heater, auto trans.

I 54 CHEVY, 1/2 Ton truck, real good . Was $395 Now $245 4-dr 63 Classic Rambler'660', automatic. 62 Chevrolet i'Jio.standard heater transmission also has a, new ra- dio.The heater finish and is white red walls.with i'' 60 STATION WAGON ............ $1295

I radio. heater. air cond.. powerdr Bel-Air, automatic. radio rag. matching; interior. 6 with standard shift.

SUPER SPECIAL new.steering reclining seats, like tra heater nice power carl steering a ex- I I $345 5795 59 IMPALA ........................ $1095Htop

60 CHRYSLER, Convertible 300-F. block. PS. PB, R&H, A/C AT. Sharp. i t $2495 $1895 sedan. V-8. Power steering.
I 58 IMPALA ... ............................. $745Htop
SAVE $1845 $AVE II
coupe. Radio, heater auto trans. 8(1; V-8 motor.
I 57
63 Rambler 62 RamblerClassic 56 Chrysler

4-dr 660', automatic 4-dr Custom automatic radio, Windsor 4-dr. one of the Ranch Wagon. V-8 engine! FORD
SEE air conditioned heater power heater individual reclining 'cleanest old cars we have standard transmissIOn..

PETE COMPTON WILBUR SLIGH"MAC" steering like$2395 new in and out. seats. Extra.$1395 extra nice. 1 all ever original had. The paint car and has InThis heater Is and good tu-tone transporta paint. 64 COMET .......... $2895

terior. Fully equipped and tion and reasonably priced. Station wagon. Air conditioner & power steering. Tinted
McCULLOUGH FRANK GRAY I ready go. glass, electric rear window. Less than 700 actual miles.
63 Rambler 60 Chevrolet ; $495j Factory warranted.

l i Hawes-Powers Motor Co. 4-dr Classic '66V station wagon 695 63 FALCON ............................ $1895
automatic heater individual -passenger station wagon automatic
I I Imperial Chrysler Plymouth, Valiant, Simca i Dealer mileage.reclining NEWI seats. Very very low Nice, radio. heater, low mileage 57 Plymouth Less Station than wagon.28.000 6 cylinder miles. radio, heater, standard shift.

312 NO. MAIN STREET PHONE FR 6-3400 $2495 $1395 57 Ford 62 FALCON ..... .............. .... $1545Deluxe
2-dr. hardtop the car has
Station 6 cylinder radio, heater, auto
Convertible. This Is a sharp V-8 engine. automatic transmission : wagon.
car and in good condition. heater and whitewall trans.. luggage rock. 26,100 miles.

62 RAMBLER 60 Rambler I|V-8 The engine car ,1 is automatic equipped transmission with- tires. 61 FORD ................................ $1495 ..
American 4-dr station wagon radio. heater. The $3 4 5 Station wagon, roomy. V.8.CHRYSLER.
NOTICE TO NEW CAR BUYERSThe radio heater. an extra nice 4-dr automatic radio heater 'finish is green and Ivory
buyS air cond., clean Inside and out. [with matching Interior.

Public has been misquoted by many dealers of other $1345 $995 j 695 62 NEWPORT .... ................ $2395 .:

make cars as being the lowest priced American made car! 62 FORD 59 Mercury Htop sedan. Factory air, power steering & brakes.

FOR YOUR BENEFIT 1 Late engine model, automatic Fall-lane transmia-500 V-a exceptionally 4-dr. Automatic clean.radio Finished heater In "Over 65 more to choose From" j ] 62 21,000 CROWN miles. IMPERIAL ............ $3195Htop
aloe power steering radio black
and white. Sharp.
heater ',OOO honest mile sedan. Factory air, cruise control. Tremendous sav-
We are quoting the lowest priced American built car. $1695 $895 ings on Chrysler's finest line.
I WE SELL TOSELL 60 VALIANT SEDAN ................ $795
6 with heater & auto trans. 41.000 miles, clean solid
1964 RAMBLER 2-dr. $ 1163 61 RAMBLER 59 Chevrolet I I AGAINNO condition. -I
Sedan Classic 4sedan.. standard REFUSED) II 53 DESOTA ........ ................. $295 '
transmission heater. Extra Sedan ( REASONABLE OFFER -
delivery extra nice :
clean. Sedan. V-8. Power steering. Very clean. Excellent

Delivered! With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL! $995 $895 transportation. 1-


I Equipped with high Self-adjusting brakes Fuel pump and tank II I 62 BONNEVILLE ................. $2695
fuel with bonded filter M
I Advanced economy.unit Powr-Gard 24 battery Anti Smog Engine Filter 53 NASH $21 Mo. 56 RAMB. $26 Mo. I Htop sedan. Factory air, power steering, electric win-
1 constructionCurved Directional signal Automatic choke Like new! Original paint I dowse Solid leotherette upholstery.
side windows Engine oil filter Dow-Gard cooling AUTO H
57 DODGE $23 Mo.
Deep-dip rust proofing 4.000-mile engine oil, system
Baked enamel finish change normal interval 2 Arm rests 58 PLYM. $32 Mo. i
Ceramic armored 33.000 mile or 3-year 2 Sun visors 57 Rambler $29 Mo. B M.OTOR
.' muffler and tail pipes chassis lube interval Foam cushion Cft :
., Coil spring seats No drain transmission 2 Windshield wipers i 57 CHEV $29 Mo. 55 BUICK $26 Mo.
Double safety brakes and rear axle lube 2 Seat belts SALESPEN
I 57 BUICK $32 Mo. 55 CHEV. $29 Mo. \I'

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I dio, heater and white )'
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A NEW CAR! ';' a bargain price.59 FORD
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Get one of these ; Here is good economical transportation $64 5
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Automobiles \ .'.
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63 T-BIRD New tires .... $3995 Falrlane 500, 2-<1r., equipped
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Buy 1r"R't H8 $1499 p j mission Finished In power attractive steering light WltfI$2 9 5 .r':;'
62 CHEV : ps, .. 150 NEW CAR & t t This car Is ready to gol

COR V AIR Rampside $1 099 I
Use 61 pickup ...

60 SUNBEAM Alpine X-clean, .. $129958VOLKSt TRUCK SALES INMARCH
PersonTo or e.;
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52 CHEV Transportation .. $135 j !

Person 63 CHEV. auto.Sports, PS:RPH. $2745 PRICEREDUCTIONSALE
Galaxie| 500, 2-dr.
00 9 FORD hardtop, PS, auto. $2395
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62 T-BIRD-Fully| ,equipped new tires $2895 and more arriving every day. Come in and get the !

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$1999 I I -ton pickup. 6-cylinder engine, heater, dark green finish. Yes,
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62 VALIANT rd 4-dr.: heater V-200 $1295

TR 3, just 59 CHEVROLET $7954dr
62 TRIUMPH .. $1795
Days like new Station wagon, Equipped with V-8 engine, radio, heater
Impala 4-dr.sedan $2095 UNIVERSITY powerglide transmission, beautiful bronze finish. A real fine car
62 CHEV ..:
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$200 62 TRIUMPH TR-3 like ;jst. $1795
Impala 4-dr. sedan !I 61 FORD $1195
yrF 62 CHEV R&H,auto., PS ..:$2095 CHEVROLETUniversity i 2-dr. V-8 engine, radio, heater, Ford-O-Matic trans., tutone
I light blue and white finish. White wall tires. For this sale reducedto
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62 CHEV Impala auto.! ,&r., $2295 Chevrolet's I 61 FALCON $8454dr

62 CORVAIR Monza 4dr.RGH $1695 radio, heater, tutone white over red finish. Yes, you see
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61 BUICK auto.LeSabre,ps,4-dr.PB, R&H, $1895 High Volume Low I -
h'dtop., AT, 62 FORD $1845
61 AIC, PB. RGH $2195 4-dr 500XL, hardtop, 390 cu. in. engine, radio, heater. Cruise-O- t.
61 CORVAIRi4?? :",.I"w. $1195 Prices and Low Trade'Differences this Matic sports transmission minded car, solid for white only: finish with white wall tires. Get

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Fairlaine 500, 4-dr. V-8 engine, radio, heater. Ford-O-Matic
I transmission,plus it's air conditioned. Solid white finish with white
63 FORD Gal. 500 4-dr., PS. 5 new tires. ( reduced
wall tires. For this sale only to:
$2199 I

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Courtesy Of 61 FALCON "tot'odio:; $1195
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FORD 4-dr. Golaxie HAT, 00 LOW DOWNy

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63 CHEV ...... $2595 I 60 (HEV. !PS Impala, RGH 4-dr., clean AT, $1595 1/3 Down F-85, deluxe 4-dr, fully equipped including Hydromatic bronze transmission and .
.... radio heater air conditioning.
163 LINCOLN $5500 Station ,
162 162 CORVAIR...... $1295 S9 (HEY. AT, R&H Wagon.... $745 No Payments Until March 1965 j white finish.White wall tires too!
.... With 1/2 Down
162 FALCON..... $1395 59 BUICK-4R&dHtI: $1095
|61 CHEV $1695 PB 62 FORD $1745
61 COMET $1295 TR-3,
61 61 MERCURY FALCON ......$1395$995 59 TRIUMPH Now Only $1195 Galaxie 500,4-dr.V-8 engine,radio,heater power steering,Cruise-
161 RAMBLER ... $1395 CO Spyder, need motor UNIVERSITYCHEVROLET O-Matic transmission, tutone white over blue finish. White wal'
160 COMET .... $1095 JO FIAT work, a bargain at $299 tires.
60 MERCURY.,. $1295 cy cnnn-2"df-
59 BUICK $1295 $495 I
159 CADILLAC........$1995 I lUlxlR&H 60 RAMBLER $945
I 59 CHEV $995
I 59 PLYMOUTH $595 \I 54 PLYMOUTH SSJ I ::: $295.
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1 58 DODGE ... $645 4-dr. V-8 Engine heater power steering
57 MERCURY ... $395 white finish. Yes it reduced to only:
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I Independence South of SaharaEDITOR'S Escapes Chinese Red TwiceMIAMI IT DOESN'T GROW ON TREES.:;: I I

I Fla. (AP-A refu- BUTYOU t

( NOTE: This student Congo. He is directing a rebel gee who arrived from Cuba :141'

quiz in World Affairs is .., ., ,. .. ., .. ( .
,3;;,;. v y. -... '\ '4':>>.v. .v,,, ,'p 'v>>"\<' ; .. : .....! .lion in CAN GET
being conducted in Alachua N' .;.r;:"H.J. 4s". t""" Y-:1"vi.".''' l'ff_A4? ':,',=>;;,, .31t.: _4-", ..... _::::' "e.RPR r Wednesday said it was the second -
1. Mauritania
County schools and is sponsor A! df! 8 i+ R tQt Q, :ONapwwiFA4thiI 1 2. Somali time he had fled commu- A LOAN OF :

ed by the Sun. Answers are ... I nism.
:""- 7 : 3- Sudan,

available from teachers, and --1-_ AA-.-; ;h--' 1 4. Tanganyika i "I left China when I was 17 ; j
will not be published. A world t'" ::t. ;t ... ; 5. Angola i 525 to $600 J4
affairs for Sun readers T-S :: :: : .. after communism killed my I
quiz r< ;;; ?T $" : : : ""''gpq': L.YOY Pt6'y "
with is jJ.rt U e.' // ..:.": /,, v.' ." '. .""< o aY _ypfytH..nxas.aw.-,-.::::: .: .Nw .. .-'_ :aw'i3h. ,..,"-': 24. African non-citizens in the parents," said Amado Pon Yui-
answers published :
Thursdays. .:...v ... q t. i :.. :; '- ':>;.- :_";:;-. f" .'.:'.-1 civil Portuguese and colonies have no tin, 29, one of 24 fugitives reach- AND IT'S CONFIDENTIAL
rights to
are subject
ing Miami by small boats from
13. Within 48 hours of one an- a legal code called '

other, the colonies of Zanzibarand IS 1. the comparatively unfav-, 2. formed in 1953 and died in 1. hacienda I Cuba "Now"I have left communism Marion Finance Co.

Kenya gained independencelast 1. a large jungle wilderness orable climate in the west had 1963 2. assimilado again. ,

December. The two had bordering Rhodesia led far fewer white settlers to 3. hurt by African fear that 3. indigenato Yuitin owned an ice cream Home Town Folks Home Town Folks '

been under 2. an island off Africa's become politically and economically Southern Rhodesian whites 4. de nada parlor in Camaguey and had 218 W. Univ. Ave. Serving
I FR 6-5333 '
southern tip' entrenched there would dominate its affairs
1. French rule I 5. cruzeiro become a Cuban citizen.
2. Dutch rule 3. a desert wasteland bord- 2. most western colonies be- 4. all of the above ---

3. Portuguese rule ering Tunisia longed to Spain and Portugal, 5. none of the above !

4. British rule 4. an island off Africa's east which were finding it increas- 20. "Malowi" is the name that I

5. Spanish rule coast ingly difficult to support the 1. Nyasaland will use after Does CAA Really Want All Officials Under City Manager?

14. Geographically, ZanzibarIN 5. a vast plain bordering colonial economies independence I I

Sierra Leone i *3. most of Africa's west coastis 2. stands for "freedom" in
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN 15In January, military revolts barren desert, devoid of Swahili dialects )

CHANCERY AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY IN shook Tanganyika, Kenya, resources for colonial powersto 3. is given to racial segregation If CAA-backed members of the City Commission really want officials

MARY ANN CROWN Uganda and Zanzibar. Although exploit I in Southern Rhodesia unified under the City Manager why did they allow the Plan Board
-vi- there was no evidence of Red 17. Jomo Kenyatta, Kenya's 4. refers to African non-citi-I to employ a new Planning Director instead of leaving it to the City

JAMES P. CROWN. SR. No influence in the other three, left- first premier, had been ana-I 7ens in Portuguese colonies Manager?

NOTICE Defendant,TO APPEAR wing nationalists overthrew the tionalist leader during the 5. identifies Negro sections:

TO: A-2C JAMES P. CROWN. SR. Arab government in when hopes of establishing a of segregated South Africa If CAA-backed members of the City Commission really want a stronger
CMR Box 5401 I
Maxwell Air Force Base 1. Kenya I"white dominion" in Kenya 21. The Afrikaner Nationalist I. city manager type government, why do they support CAA plans to streng-

You are Alabama hereby notified that a suit 2. Zanzibar were trampled by the Party, in power since 1948, is .1 then the position of the mayor and the Commission with substantial -

In Equity has been brought againstyou 3. Uganda 1. Bantu revolt known for its pay?
Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Circuit. 4. Tanganyika 2. Maori uprising apartheid policy of racial
In for Alachua County. I
Florida.and The nature of the suit is fora 16. The transition from colonyto 3. Watutsi rebellion separation in South Africa

and divorce.property custody settlement of the between minor child the statehood proceeded more 4. Kikuyu revolt 2. terrorism against Euro- I COMMISSIONER EDWIN H. ANDREWS IS FOR:

parties, including disposition of that swiftly in West Africa than in 5. Mau Mau uprising pean settlers in Kenya I
certain 1944 Ford Falcon now in the
custody of the Plaintiff. You are hereby other parts of Africa becauseIN 18. Kenyatta's govern men t mine workers in Northern
summoned, ordered and requiredto faces
major racial .and tribal Rhodesia
file your answer or defense to the THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
Complaint filed herein In the office of JUDGE ALACHUA problems one of which is the 4. discrimination
COUNTY FLORIDA agai n s t 1. A
the Clerk of the Circuit Court. in and IN PROBATE.IN strong city manager type govern-
for Alachua County Florida on or be- RE: ESTATE OF fact that non Europeans in Angola

copy fore 14 of March such answer 1964 and or to defense serve upon a MINNIE Deceased.TO B. WILLIAMS.. !. Kenya has an unusually 5. policy of heavy censorshipof -;
Richard J. Wilson Plaintiff's Attorney ment consistent with the particular
large of
herein, whose address is 5 South- ALL CREDITORS AND PER. minority Europeans, news in Mozambique i ,
east First Street. Gainesville Flori SONS HAVING AGAINST CLAIMS SAID ESTATE OR :DEMANDS Arabs and Asians 22. The U. N. Security Council
tla Herein fail not or Decree Pro Con You and each of you are hereby not!- 2. Kenya's largest tribe, the has demanded that Portugalend < x,, d needs of Gainesville.
fled and required to present any claims;
fesso will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint. and demands which you. or either of Kikuyu, opposes his govern- repression in its African
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of said you. may have against the estate of ment colonies of .
Circuit Court of Alachua County Florida MINNIE B. WILLIAMS deceased late Portuguese Guinea, .: a. Commissioner Andrews believes in
and the seal of said Court at of said County, to the County Judgeof 3. the coalition of small 1. Mauritania and Angola a; {x strictly following
Gainesville. Alachua County Florida. Alachua County Florida at his office :' r.a the charter provision :
on this 11th day of February A. D. In the court house of said Countyat tribes that supports Kenyattais 2. Angola and Mozambiquegascar
Gainesville. Florida within six calendar .
1964. J. B. CARMICHAELClerk months from the time of the wracked with internal disputes Section 14 (c) the commission and its members shall
of the Circuit Court first publication of this notice. Each 3. Mongambikue and Mada4. deal with the administrative services solely through the city
Alachua County. Florida claim or demand shall be in writing
and neither the
(Court Seal) and shall state the place of residenceand 4. a powerful Baathist party Madagascar and Sudan manager commission nor any member thereof
By Emily Waterhouse post office address of the claimant shall give orders to any subordinates of the city manager either
already has made three at- 5. Sudan and
Deputy Clerk and shall be sworn to by the Mauritania publicly or privately.
5 Southeast First Street claimant. his agent or attorney and tempts on Kenyatta's life 23. Holden Roberto is the headof
Richard J. Wilson any such claim or demand not so filed b. Commissioner Andrews believes the Commission
19. Of City
Attorney for Plaintiff shall be void. Each claim to be ren- the following statements a go'vernment-in-exile in TheIN
Gainesville. Florida, dered in duplicate and accompanied bya it is true that the Central should concern itself with policy-making matters and
21 28 3.4IN
(3075) 2:14. ;
filing fee of $1.00. THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN JOHN B. CULPEPPER African Federation (Southern JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA stop spending valuable time on administrative tri-
As executor of the Last Will IN PROBATE. vialities.
ALACHUA Rhodesia
AND FOR Northern
RE: ESTATE OF deceased Nyasaland) was Deceased.TO w
GEORGE W. DREBLOW. First publication February 28. 1964 1. a British experiment in ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS

SONS Deceased.NOTICE ALL HAVING CREDITORS TO CLAIMS CREDITORSTO AND OR PER DE. Attorneys Scruggs. O. Box&for 136.Carmichael.the ExecutorP. IN African THE COURT racial OF partnership THE AGAINST HAVING You and SAID each CLAIMS of ESTATE you OR are: hereby DEMANDS notified 2. Put The Planning Director Under The City i ManagerCommissioner

Gainesville Florida. i and to
required present
(3125) 2:28; 3:6. 13. 20. ALACHUA COUNTY. FLn. I claims ana aemanas which
you. or
You and each of you are hereby notified RIDA IN PROBATE.
and required to present any LV COURT OF THE COUNTY' .N RE: ESTATE OF estate either of of BERTHA you may M.have KINGSLEY against deceased ther Andrews: believes a Planning Director cannot adequately plan
claims and demands which you. or DAVID
either of you may have against the STATE OF FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Deceased.To late of said County, to the unless he's thoroughly familiar with what exists. How can a planner really
County Judge of Alachua
the Estate County of GEORGE Judge of W.Alachua DREBLOW County to LAUREATHA IN RE THE ESTATE L. HAYES OF Claims All or Creditors Demands and Against Persons Said Having at his office in the court County houseof Florida know what exists unless he works closely-and harmoniously-with the
Florida at his office in the Court said County at Gainesville. Florida officials in of the
DeceasedTO : within six calendar months from charge existing program-the city manager? ,
House of said County at Gainesville.
ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You and each of
you are hereby notified the time of the first publication of
Florida within six calendar months Notice is hereby given that Alex and required to present any this notice. Each claim or demand
from the time of the first publicationof Hayes has filed his final report as claims and demands which you. or shall be in writing and shall state
this notice. Each claim or demand Administrator of the estate of LAUR- either of you. have
may against the the place of residence
shall be In writing and shall state the EATHA L. HAYES deceased that estate of DAVID V. LEGATE and post office -
: deceased of the claimant and shall be 3. Give Present Officials Chance
place of residence and post office address he has filed his petition for final discharge late of said County. Flo- sworn to by the claimant, agent or To Complete Important Projects
of the claimant and shall be
and that he will apply to the bounty Judge of Alachua County. Florida attorney and any such claim or de-
sworn to by the claimant his agentor Honorable H. H. McDonald. County at his office in the court houseof mand not so filed shall be void.
his attorney and any such claim Judge of Alachua County. Florida on said County at Gainesville. Florida. JULIA T. KINGSLEYAs

or demand Florida not National so filed shall Bank be of void.Jacksonville the 17th of day same of March.and for 1963 final for discharge approval the within time six of calendar the first months publication from of administrator of of the Estate Commissioner Andrews believes it would be folly to change the city's ad-

Jacksonville. Florida as as Administrator of the estate this notice. Each claim or demand As executor of the Last Will ministrative set-up until completion of the $7,000,000 utility expansion and
executor of the last will and I
of LAUREATHA L. HAYES, deceased shall be in writing and shall : and Testament of
testament of George W. Ore- on this day of February. I9&&. state the place of residence and post Bertha M. Kingsley Deceased the $6,000,000 capital improvements program. He feels Commissioners
blow deceased. -sALEX HAYESAdministrator office address of the claimant. and Robert G. Justiss should show enough faith in officials they let plan the to let
Lowry & AndrewsAttorneysatLaw programs
of the estate shall be sworn to by the claimant.his Attorney at Law,
of Laureatba L. agent or attorney and any such 11 W. University Avenue them complete them.
P. O. Box 390 Hayes deceased. claim or demand not so filed shall Gainesville Florida
Gainesville. Florida (3078) 2:14. 21. 28: 3:6 be void First publication March, 1964
(3124) 2:28; 3:6. 13. 20 MARIAN F. G 3139) 3:6 13. 20 27
IN THE CIRCUIT CCURT OF FLOR As administratrix iEthe i I


Re: Adoption of 'X; ; ::::::
Pe- Adoption cf
First ,
publication February 14 1964.
DARRELL .REID HUMPHREY Clara Floyd Gehan .,.
a minor.NOTICE a minor. NOTICEIN 11 Gainesville.W. University Florida Avenue. t Andrews realizes there are contradictions within the city

IN FLORIDA THE NAME TO: OF THE STATE OF THE NAME OF THE STATE OF, Attorney for Administratrix charter and between the charter and the code as well as some xjorly stated
Darrell Francis Humphrey Darrell Francis Humphrey (3076) 2:14. 21. 28; 3:6 articles. All this needs revision and editing. Commissioner Andrews also believes -
40 Barker Avenue 40 Barker Avenue I' IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
White Plains New York White Plains New York JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA consideration for the most efficient and economic operation of our
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, IN PROBATE.IN utilities system needs continuous study both citizens' committees and
has heretofore filed a Petition in the has heretofore filed a Petition in the ARTHUR SERVOS fessional consultants to meet ever-changing conditions.
above-styled Court for the adoption of above styled Court for the adop- Deceased.TO .
BORN April 10. 1962, in Jacksonville Du- REY, born November 8, 1960. in Jacksonville SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS STRIKEYOUR
your wife the former NANCY HARVEY you and your wife the former NANCY You and each, of you are hereby noti
HUMPHREY and that the said HARVEY HUMPHREY, and shot fied and required to present any VALUABLES'Ask
NANCY HARVEY PARKS has Joined REY now NANCY HARVEY PARKS. either of you. may have against the us about
In said Petition and consented there has Wined in said Petition and con- estate of ARTHUR SERVOS, deceased a
to. sented thereto. late of said County, to the County CREDIT RATINGS IN THE STATE. HE IS NOT FOR CHANGE SIMPLY FOR THE
you shall be and appear in said i that you shall be and appear in said Ns office In the court house of said -
Court on the 30th day of March 1964. Court on the 30th day of March 1964 1 County at Gainesville. Florida, within: : SAKE OF CHANGE OR EXPERIMENTATION.
then and there to show cause if any then and there to show cause if any six calendar months from the time of J2)
you have, why said Petition should you have why said Petition should the first publication of this notice. Each FfrsciOF G/Jtlo
not be granted. not be granted. claim( or demand shall be In writing.and .
WITNESS my hand and seal of of- WITNESS my hand and seal of of- shall state the place of residenceand ; I Who Thinks FOR
fice at Gainesville. Alachua County fice at Gainesville, Alachua County post office address of the claimant GAINESVILLE. Instead of
Florida this 20th Jay of February Florida this 20th day of February and shall be sworn to by the FLORIDA j i
1964. 964. claimant, his agent his attorney and Established 1888 I EDWIN H. AN A Minority
J. B. CARMICHAEL. J. B. CARMICHAEL. any such claim or demand not so filed RE-ELECT DRE'NPd.:
Clerk. Circuit Court Clerk Circuit Court shall be void. Member of Federal Deposit n Bloc
EMILY WATERHOUSE (Court Seal) -EILEEN G. SERVOSAs Insurance Corporation
Deputy Clerk EMILY WATERHOUSE administrator of the Estate Member of Federal Adv.
(Court Seal) Deputy Clerk First publication February 28, 1964 Reserve System
(3103) 2:21 28; 3:6, 13 (3102) 2:21 28; 3:6. 13 (3126) 2:28 3:6. 13, 20 I .



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