Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 8, 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
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System ID: UF00079931:00064
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Are Adult Diseases Lurking in Body of the Child ?

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1\\ Sun Education Writer Health Center Could

The pink-faced, wrinkled new *
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i %:i '6 f Yr k. between long hours of napping. Help Find Answer

He was born in the shiny an- ___
j tiseptic surroundings of a modern hospital under the skilled handsof ical centers with all the research and clinical capabilities that will
an obstetrician assisted by a squad of trained nurses. permit observation on the total continuum of life from the
fertilized ova to the wheelchair I
After an examination by the physician he's pronounced a "nor- soon will be going up. ,

mal, healthy" baby. True, he faces a critical period of early development -
fraught with childhood illnesses, but modern childcare, Congress has recently authorized federal grants for the construction I
inoculations and drugs practically seal off dangers from viral dis of about 10 such research centers in the United States. .
a eases. There could be one at the University of Florida's J. Hillis Miller
Health Center, providing the University can raise one million dollars -
F But what about the unhuman fearsome diseases like mental in
retardation private money to match the federal grants available.
that may be lurking, not to be discovered until the childis
several years old, perhaps too late to be checked? They'll be called Human Development Centers.A .

And is the milk being fed this healthy baby laying the deposits team of doctors from the Health Center headed by its provost,
k'h that will cause its arteries to harden at age 40? Dr. Samuel Martin, have just put together a voluminous request for
grants which could be the beginning of a $5 million Human
F M 'M1 Strange questions to be asking about a days-old infant, but soon velopment Center in Gainesville. De
v' #1f""Jr.1-n':"' -.,. .; '.... they may be asked commonly by medical men and answered. I

.. : :.; i$& Recent developments In medical research indicate that signsof The UF doctors, by taking advantage of three public laws making
chronic ailments and mental diseases grants available through the National
.'t-> ), .J-"E": "".";-' adults may be dented, and disease possibly avoided, in very to parlay $500,000 in state money into a major new research activ-
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,..: ., < ft... young children. ity the that will rise seven floors. in a new wing on the east end of
Health Center.
Chronic diseases half a lifetime away soon may be predicted at infancy in Hu. Prognosis at and even before childbirth to prevent diseases 50

man Development Centers. years later is proceeding beyond the talking stage. Great new med (See CHILD CARE_ _u_ on-- Page fill) I

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g Seeking Solicitor Sinatra Jr.

! ReElectionCounty

II Solicitor A. Z. (Andy)

Adkins announced yesterdaythat
he'll seek another four-
t. year term in office. KidnappersFound

t The 42-year-old Adkins is

charged with prosecuting all
misdemeanors that are com-
mitted in Alachua County. He
{ works in the Court of Record.
, Enforcement agencieshe
I works with include the State
l sheriff's office, the Welfare De- Guilty
I partment, the Florida High-
way Patrol, the Forest Service
and the Health
County Depart-
ment. ,
{ He handles all misdemeanor

those charges agencies.made in They the county number by LBJ Argues Tax Cut SenQeAlready

250 to 300 cases a month. ,
Adkins has held his job since
; 1958. He was elected in 1960 Giving Boost Is Life

without opposition. Since he
give Ala- took over, arraignment days
of their have been increased from oncea To Business Optimism :
month to once a week.
ft get their The new system provides -- -- -
speedier disposal of charges WSAHINGTON (APPres- potential Democratic vice-pres-
trying to brought against residents. ident Johnson argued Saturdaythat idential nominee. LOS ANGELES (AP-Two) of
The Sun. Solicitor Adkins is a memberof "the buoyancy of the taxcut" Johnson said one reason for the defendants in the Frank Si
made is seven professional legal or already is boosting em- primaries is to "ascertain the natra Jr. kidnaping case drew
licenses. ganizationsthe Eighth Cir- ployment. And he announcednew sentiment of the public." And he life terms, plus 75 years, Saturday -
cuit Bar Association, the American steps to trim his already reduced said the New Hampshire results after all three were con-
Bar and the Florida Bar, budget. will be "very interesting." victed by federal court jury.
licenses the American Judicature Socie- But Johnson emphasized that Sentencing cf the third man
Johnson began his seventh
for ty, the Florida Prosecuting At- the No. 2 man on the Democratic was delayed indefinitely.
weeks torneys Association, the National news conference-broadcast live ticket "will be selected after Barry Keenan and Joseph Am-
by television and radio networks sler, both 23, were convicted
District Attorneys Associate the president has been nomi- on
from the historic East Room of all six counts. John
Irwin, 42
( ADKINS on Page 2A) (See LBJ on Page 2A) ,
the White
House-by stating was acquitted of aiding and I
that greater-than-normal Feb- abetting the other two in taking
ruary increases in employment. the victim across the Nevada-
Driver reflected the expectation of the UF's New Names California line at gunpoint.
$11.5-billion tax cut. Judge William G. East asked
Keenan to stand. The judge
: He reported also that new Gibberish asked:
figures on businessmen's plansto
I "Do you have anything to say
expand their investment in The University of Florida before the court passes sen-
modem plants and equipmentwill got its name changed at the tence?"

be released Tuesday and main entrance to the campus "No, sir," Keenan said softly,
"will confirm rising business Friday night, but it was only his face expressionless.Then .
i ( charge of accident occurred about 5:15: optimism." temporary. the judge said:
p.m. less than a mile from Fair- Politics figured in the 30 Somebody broke off some of "I hereby commit you to the
sheriff's banks. He said the Dingle car minute session, too, with a the letters in a sign at the en- attorney general for imprison-
to the was traveling south on State series of questions dealing witha rance. It read UN VE SITY 0 ment for the term of five yearson
two men campaign to solicit write-in F OR DA yesterday morning.The count one, for the time of the
Road 24 when it was struck
the men's support in Tuesday's New University Police Depart- natural life on count two, and
from behind by a car driven for ment is investigating. for
Hampshire primary Atty. the time of 20 years on
said the (See FATAL on Page 2A) Gen. Robert F. Kennedy as a counts three, four and five, and
10 years on count six."
.Then the jurist placed Keenan

I r ( ) 'Guard9? Ask Hopefuls ric under Before study.the the three-month judge passed psychiat sen- ,

tence, the defense attorneys con-

versity and is active in the (See GUILTY on Page 2A)
4 CAA..)

City Candidates Wrangle Winn retorted that he is partof
argu- an open group, "not quiet and
and On 'Old Guard9 Definitionguard secret with leg men running NOT FAIRY TALES
lack of around." "I've had lots of success
politics "The opposition bloc has fail- stories with the classi
since ed to see the needs of citizens fieds", Mr. Birkett re-
jj two at Thursday's forum mouth" on the question of sal- services but at the same time plied. One of our advisors
when he asked to define aries for the non-salaried "
was com- has served private interests, hod just asked Mr.
their "Old Guard." missioners."He Winn said. Birkett of Principal De-

"At present my definition is had an opportunity to file He pointed to sewer rebates velopment Co. for a suc-
by the the same," Butt said. "Those a minority report if he'd wantedto and conflicts of interest that cess story for the furnished -
Wars yes who are in control of the city ," Richardson said. cropped up during past admin- apartment he had just
commission for private gain- All four candidates said they istrations when sewer tax rented. "Any place I've
( said his rebates, spot zoning and filling opposed a minimum $300 salary funds were used for subdivision hod available, I've ad-
j Andrews, stations on every corner." for city commissioners in drainage. vertised and always have

Butt's opponent, University answer to a question telephonedin Winn was asked if he felt it hod good results".
( ) me dirty finance professor James Rich- during the forum broadcastby would be unethical for any You don't have to wor-
ardson, said one of the primary radio station WDVH. member of the commission to ry about that vocont: apartment -
to "sub- issues involved is who controlsthe The CAA came under sharp resign and then be appointedto or house simply -
the commission candidates. attack as Richardson noted that a position such as city mana- pick up the phone and
"There is no question who is city elections are supposed to ger or a department head. dial 372-8441 for instant -
controlling and doing the think- be bipartisan."If He said he felt it would be un- results.
of a ing for my opponent," Richardson we're going to have parties ethical and probably illegal.A AVAILABLE Mar. 1st nice fur*.
who said. in Gainesville, let's have subsequent question about apt. 2 rooms & bath. Near Univ.
Center. I2 SW 7m
correct, He referred to a Civic Action them out in the open," the finance rumors that Winn would resign Ave.& Medical Apt. 4. Phone FR t-UU.
." Assn. issues ''committee report professor said. "And if if he is reelected and be named
left- outlining the CAA's platform for so let them be good American city manager was squelched by Economical Sun Want-Ads
such low cost.
I the city election. Both Winn and parties Democrat or Repub-- the Work hard at
mayor."I want ad on I
a guard- Butt were members of the CAA lican not the political manipulations hadn't heard that," Warn the Place 6 your or 12 family day low rote plan!
issues committee. of John DeGrove." said. ','1 feel I am not qualified Call Us Today 372-8441
Arnold Richardson accused Butt of (DeGrove political Proof Of Results
off "talking out of both sides of hi science professor at the Uni (See CITY on Page ZA) ,.
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2A Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 8, 1964Wreck's .
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by Williams. The Dingle car
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to serve (as city manager) from for the building to help unskilled veered into the northbound lane

44/L a lack of experience." workers and help upgrade and collided headon with the I \ y .*.e* Ve. ...

I Winn and Butt were asked them," Richardson challenged.. car driven by Mr Griffis. The ZONES >\

about one of their team political "I put money to bring it in. Griffis car and the Dingle car Considerable cloudiness and mild j "
I ads referring to city funds Prudential Insurance lent the. were demolished. through Sunday night. A few showers w.M s'. .e
lIkely mainly Sunday afternoon. High
being used to attract "fly by money for the building. I never i Trooper Westbury said the Sunder U to 74. Southeast and south j'a- '
Jr to the heard of air conditioned winds 12 to 24 miles an hour. '.
night sweatshops" area. an two cars stopped almost at the

WinD said he could specifically sweatshop in my life You had point of impact. B C Fair Sunday. Continued T

refer to a sewing company better get the brain-trusters to i. "They were motor to motor," mild. High Sunday 75 I,'.".

that "you didn't expect to stayin do more research in preparingyour he said. to 80. Southeasterly winds 8 \ I J ...
rL town long" located here, not ads." The car driven by Williams to 15 miles an hour. ::

ing that the city allocated travled about 310 feet from the H
Butt said there is a need to D Fair Sunday. Continued mild.
$20,000 to the Chamber of Commerce scene and came to a stop on High Sunday 72 to 76. East to south- -
for promotion."I here.bring the best kinds of industry the shoulder of the highway. east winds I to 15 miles an hour. "'

Trooper Westbury said a wit- E F H Fair Sunday. Continued
understand a group of private mild. High Sunday mid 80s. East to ,,, $ ..
"Research engineers at Sperry ness reported two men fan from southeast winds I te 15 miles an hour.
citizens raised the
money are fine, but all laborers the car that caused the accident, O J K Fair Sunday. Continued GAINESVILLE WEATHER
aren't engineers," Richardson looked at the wreckage and then mild. High Sunday around W. East
erly winds 10 te 20 miles an hoW
More AboutGuilty .
responded.On fled into the woods. Municipal i 1 Airport readings ,

L_. other issues the candidatessaid Denman was picked up by for Saturday: High 89 at 4

: Trooper A. T. Anderson, who TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE p m., low 44 at .3 a.m. No rain

SAE corner Richardson spotted him walking down the H:!gh Law Preel,. fall. -

I railroad tracks toward Gaines- Jacksonville ........ 73 43
said he would have opposed a.. Miami 77 73 MARINE FORECAST
From Page 1 filling station on the corner and' ville.Also Tampa :::::::::::: U 5 EAST GULF East to SE winds .
investigating the accident Atlanta .......... M 42 to 15 knots through Sunday with fair
favors the zoning fringe surrounding New Orleans ..... 12 62Boston skies.
---J-- ferred for about 10 minutes In was Sgt. T. W. Harris, of .... ,. 48 31
the courtroom. the University. the highway patrol, and deputies New York ::::::.. 55.-$ *
AftermathMrs. Washington ui.m. tt 37
Mayor Andrews said he William Cooter and Lt. Chicago ... 43 31 CEDAR KEY IIDES

Attorney Morris Lavine, would serve again as mayor, Dudley Garrett of the.'sheriff'sdepartment. Kansas Denver City.................. 35 M 26 15 Sunday High at 11:38 am. and ':11p ,
speaking for his client, Amsler, "reluctantly, if asked." Ft. Worth ..........-6$ .1..OS .m. Low at 3:51, a.m. and 4,07 p.m.10.3 -
: Elaine Griffis of Starke i helped from the scene of a wreck in which one said he would present groundsfor Bi-Racial Committee Winn Dingle moved to Florida from Los Seattle Angeles .:::......, 69 44 44 33 ..01 pm.Monday Low; -at High 5.0 at am.12:17 and p.m.5.12 and pm.

man was killed late Friday near Fairbanks. See story on Page 1-A. a new trial after Amsler was said the committee was not his St Stephens, S. C., 20 years

sentenced to life, plus 75 years, "brainchild". .. and he-- did- -not ago. He Was employed by the THE GAINESVILLE t
More AboutPrimary on_. all six counts. claim it to be so. He explainedhe KOppers Co.Besides .

was requested to approachthe his wife he is survived ANDALACHUA
Amsler got five on count
tutuarteg one-conspiracy to years kidnap the commission with the pro- by two sons, Buddy Junior Din- COUNTY'S
victim across the California I tions. gle, of Fairbanks, and Mack I
Nevada line, imprisonment for Williams, Pineville, S. C.; six FOR
: CAA issues
sisters Elizabeth Davis St.
his natural life on count two- ,
From 1 MRS. H. L. PHIFER Also four sisters, Mrs. Minnie.the actual physical abduction by and feel Butt explained they did not Stephens, S. C., Leah Governor, DICKINSONGOVERNOR

Page Kinsey, Bell: Mrs. Laura Han- gunpoint-and 20 years each on you had to file minortiy St. Stephens, S. C.; Matilda
Funeral services for Mrs'J-! Williston Mrs. Lula opinions every time they disagreed Small Hill and Anita -
berry, ; counts three four and five Mary ; .L
to the winner of the -
accrue nation's Phifer 93 with for
L. ) 523 NE the majority a
Nettles, Trenton; and Mrs. Leila aiding and abetting Irwin in Brown, all of New York: and
first 1964 primary contest. who died Friday in: Alachua committee report.
I Cain, High. Springs. Loretta Brown of Charleston,
three demandsby
making ransom
As the situation shapes up, General Hospital following an Don Morgan's resignation- COMMITTEE.
Harrison Funeral Home is In telephone to the elder Si- S. C.; two brothers, George and -
Rockefeller could benefit by extended illness, will be conducted Butt said the plan director resigned -
charge of arrangements.MRS. natra. Henry Dingle, both of St. Stephens I INVITES YOU TO .:
\ pulling close to Goldwater-or at 4 p.m. tomorrow in for "one reason only, S. C., and six grandchildren. -
even topping him-in a battle the First Methodist Church. LUCY MAY On count six, Amsler got 10 the opportunity in West Palm SEEANDi =

where the Arizona senator reputedly -I Mrs. Phifer was born Feb. for receiving, possessingand Beach is attractive, period."
Mrs. Lucy P. May, 82, Archer years -
had a 2-1 advantagewhen '26, 1871, in Columbus, Ga., the died yesterday in Alachua disposing of the ransom Housing code Winn and More About ...
campaigning began in Jan- daughter of John D. and General Hospital. money. Butt explained the new code includes MEETFlorida's
Lucina Poer Ridenhour, and to k
limiting provisions
The judge could have, under
had lived in Gainesville for the Among survivors are one break down present ordinance Board
For Goldwater, a share of the past 65 years. She was a mem- daughter, Mrs. Ben Croft, Bar- the law, added $35,000 in finesto powers and duties. Next Governor
vote than that of of the penalties for both Keenan
larger any ber of the First Methodist tow; one son, George May of
the other five individuals who Church. Hernando; one brother, George and Amsler. But he didn't. From Page 1 FRED "BUD"DICIINSON

figure in it one way or another Mrs. Phifer was the widow of Page of Picayune, Miss., two Irwin did not receive his sen- More About

would demonstrate that a West- Henry Langdon Phifer, who grandchildren and one great tence immediately. Mrs. Gladys access to the board and any of

ern conservative Republican of died in 1933.Among grandchild. Towles Root, his counsel, asked its members."I .

his stripe could command a survivors are eight! Funeral services will be con- for a pre-sentence report which LBJFrom have been active in public
solid of in will take some five or six weeksto affairs in the be-
core party support nieces, Mrs. Carl Kent, Ma- ducted today at 2:30: p.m. in community,
the Northeast. con, Ga.; Mrs. M. E. Ouzts Ma- the Archer Baptist Church with prepare. ing the Democratic Committeeman AT THE

Rockefeller makes no last- con, Ga.; Mrs. Sam Heard, Dal- Rev. James Browning officiat Judge East agreed to the Page 1 for Precinct 7, Alachua Gainesville Woman's Club

minute claims but Goldwatertold las, Tex.; Mrs. Lillian Hancock ing. Burial will be in the Archer delay. County Humane Society, anda

a news conference confi- Hialeah, Fla.; Mrs. Cecil Cemetery. Wilson Funeral The judge recommended that nated, and after his suggestionsand charter member and on the MONDAY, MAR. 9th from 2:00-4:30 p.m.

dently as he carried on his Jim[ Phoenix, Arizona; Mrs. Home of Lake City is in chargeof Amsler, like Keenan, be sent to recommendations have Board of Directors of the Paid Fir ,ly Lester N. May Treasure Dickinson for Governor Cemmittee

final day "" 'campaigning "I Mary Phifer McKenzie, Gainesville arrangements.MRS. the Springfield Center for Psy- been sought." In other words, C.A.A.

: have it m. IJ-IlL fOutwardly less' Fla.; Mrs. Helen Phifer chiatric Study. Johnson if nominated Zimmerman is a 32nd degree
as expected -
P. A. WOLZ Irwin did not participate in About 75% of all electrical
certain of jilt, Rockefeller Glass, Gainesville, and Mrs. will make the decision.In Mason, Scottish Rite, and a appliances are bought
schedule ( n appearances Asenath Phifer Hall, Green- Funeral services for Mrs. the actual physical abduction of the foreign field, Johnson Shriner. His local club affilia- beginning of the year. And since 88% of American fa

-, in the' vnday and wich, Conn.; two nephews, Paul Pearl A. Wolz, 83, of 7 NE 9th young Sinatra from his Lake declared he would be very. happy tions include the Shrine Club that a newspaper ad gave them the idea.
Kelly and Raymond bothof Tahoe motel room last Dec. 8, and the American Legion.
t Monday. St., who died Thursday night, but did make the telephone demands to meet with French President -
Goldwater tossed off Raleigh, N. C., and one sister were conducted at 2 I
some p.m. yes- Charles de Gaulle and he
that Frank Sinatra Sr.
l. ; Mrs. W. S. Hancock of in the Hillcrest Memorial
other predictions. He said that,' Hialeah. terday pay $240,000 ransom for hisson's sees "no irreconcilable differences" -
a surging write-in campaign Park. between the United ;
safe return.
Pall bearers will be Bill
Mrs. Wolz the widow of
could put Henry Cabot Lodge, was States and
Chandler Jury deliberations took 6 hours France. He predicted
Carlos Zetrouer
Frank Wolz and had been
the U.S. ambassador to South a
LC..GS' .
B. Carmichael, J. F. BishopSr. and 53 minutes. ,the two countries would be to-
resident of Gainesville for the '
Viet Nam ahead of Rockefeller
The first verdict guilty on gether "when the chips are
., J. F. Cooper, H. 0. Enwall .
f, In the popular vote. It was his past 45 years. : DAMODe
and Dr. W. C. Thomas. They all six counts-was read to Kee- down. ,
survivors two
opinion, Goldwater said, that if will meet at the church at are nan, who sat up rigid in his Johnson mentioned no date : -- e\- .
daughters Mrs. Edith Bridges SOLITAIRES
Lodge "takes votes from any 3:45: p.m.The chair while his face reddened.He for seeing the French chief, \ "
Yonkers N.Y. and Mrs. Catherine -
body, it will be from Rocke family requests that in showed no other emotions.His however. Aides indicated John- 4.
Delegal of Jacksonville,
feller. lieu of flowers contributions be and three sons, William G. of father, a stockbroker, was son was making a friendly gesture V4CARATII1: .

made to the John Henry Thomas Gainesville; Galen of Daytona in the courtroom as a spectator., In the direction of Paris- 11'." V.I"I q

More About Memorial Blood Bank. Beach, and Johnny Frank of He dropped his head as the verdicts -with whom Washington has beenat

Rev. Thomas Mitchel andDr.T. Odessa Tex. were read against his son. odds-rather than lining up a CARAT ".53
V. McCall will officiate. Amsler, a handsome shellfish specific meeting at this point. + ..... .... VeJ. ...... 770.
Dr. U. S. Gordon officiated.
Adkins Burial will be in Evergreen Ce diver, took his guilty verdict The President, who sent Congress i CARAT....:.... Value 249.$2......:::. 97"
metery. Williams-Thomas Fun- BERTHOLD WEYHING stoically. He glanced sidewaysat in January a $97.9-billion 1 1 CARAT """

From 1 eral Home is in charge of ar Bette, his 20-year-old preg- budget for the new fiscal year ......'I.. Vein ...........c;.480'
Page Berthold T. Weyhing, 89, of nant wife. -
rangements. Detroit, Mich., father of Mrs. that begins July 1, said that to- Save Vx cad more en tfJam.i4i tatfoy end every .
tion the Criminal Law Advisory THOMAS: PARRISH Kenneth Black of Gainesvilledied The defense counsel asked tal will be trimmed further by ....,.back qiereatee. pin free notarized appraise:!.
that each be
juror polled on
Committee of the Florida Bar. yesterday in Alachua Gen- additional cuts in the federal
He's former member of the I TRENTON Funeral serv- eral after brief each count, a lengthy process. payroll.
a Hospital a ill-
t dies' M4OND
Each of the three women and RINGS
ice for Thomas Parrish
4 Florida Board of Law Examiners. Jasper Johnson said payroll estimates:
72, who died at his home here ness.Weyhing nine men answered, when asked
was a retired jew: in the budget will be .
individually if that was his ver- I a rat cf diamond
He was graduated from the Thursday, will be at 2 p. m. elry manufacturer and was on dict "Yes reduced by some 7,000, to pro- ,BrhUI Ml or cluster
tomorrow in the First : they are. sM. mounted in $18 3
Citadel with a batchelor's degree Church. Baptist a visit with his daughter in After the polling the jury, :duce an estimated annual saying TrmshterfzH lIuut..u' 14*.white
or !
yellow laid.33J
and earned his law degreeat Gainesville when he became ill. Judge William G. East of Port- :, of $42 million. .00 "al".. ..

the University of Florida. Parrish, a retired farmer, He was born Sept. 15, 1874, land, Ore., congratulated the TAPE RECORDER V* carat of dla.
was born in Bell and was a resident -in Detroit. "'.nd.. Bridal eetcecktail >
a native of Gainesville. jurors thus INCOME TAX ..
: ring ordinner
of Trenton for the past Among survivors besides Cm.le.a with batterta.arficrophone ring.. A wide 9100
lie's married to the former heard verdictsand :.
45 "Having your Up and Baonmrloa. 12"tTratshftr election of styles in '
t Dorothy Wynn and is the fatherof years. Mrs. Black are a son, Bert T. having heard the same evi. GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS ;; *24.M value. UK.white or yellow.
Rev. Hugh Walters will offi- Jr. of Grosse got'* Value t. 250 CO.M .
Weyhing Pointe
a son, 9, and a daughter, 10. dence that you did, I see that
ciate. Burial will be in Pleas- Mich. 1- carat ef diamanteBridal
two brothers
; GeorgeWeyhing
They live at 1400 NW 29th have reached the -0. :
you same verdict Mb ormcetarint
Road. ant Survivors Hill Cemetery. ,and. .Robert Weyhing, that I did. 1 US N.W. 8th St. FR '-2924I Mounted or pendant in UK 410 \H
include his wife DOUl 01 ueirou, Mien., ana a whit or yellow Kid,
Adkins is a member of the
Una; one son, Bill of Trenton; sister, Wilhelmina Weyhing of I Compare ta IK.;-.
First Methodist Church the
two daughters, Mrs. Eloise Pasadena, Calif.
American Legion, 40 & 8, the Winegart, Salem, Ohio and Funeral services will be biggest dtseoeits HJWflere 01 famous Waltftcm. Graei. .,

: Elks, the Gainesville Rotary Mrs. Madge Marie Concannonof ducted in Grosse Point con-, AS YOUR SAVINGS SOAR Hcmlften.Biekci Eljlfl.f*e Disco gnerois Eevus.to eeatloa.Helbret aid moay etkerfamen

Club, the Gainesville Quarter- Jacksonville and four
; Mich., Williams-Thomas Funeral -
back Club, the Advisory Committee thers, Harley, Jasper, Ed- Home is in charge of ar I Ladies' and Men's
to the Salvation Army ward and Frank, all of Bell. rangements.

and the Alachua County HistorIcal ,I DISCO

Committee. I
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the infantry during World War WATCHES .

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German President Heinrich Lu- the most delicious mouth watering sandwich 2)) RADIO 696 of yellow tolL Vale** lo 2f.1I.

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II I',!! __' News Broadcasters to Speak.. Here Monday- I It t li ""

t K Two national network news 18 directed to School of Journal specialist In Southeast Asian erating on a cramped budget, Freedom of Information Com-
correspondents take the microphone ism and Communications students -affairs, said the agency was "not any larger than the cost mittee.
1 # ? at the University of flor- during a period set aside quietly doing an effective job of one Polaris submarine." Newton said effortsof tueband
ida tomorrow for a face to for intensive exchange between.of maintaining American friend- V. M. (Red) Newton, manag- despite
SDX and few
I J face exchange with students students and practicing broad- ship abroad and keeping the ing editor of the Tampa Tri- a Congressmen -
training for broadcasting car- cast specialists."The neutral nations neutral. bune, was presented an award more government news
eers. Climate in Wash-I Martin said the USIA was op for his leadership on the SDX From Washington was being I
supprssed now than ever be-
:,-CC .f 4 Dan Rather, CBS White I ington," takes the spotlight at fore.
House correspondent and Peter a morning panel at 9:50: a.m. Crash Kills RancherARCADIA
.r I Take up to 36 months to
NBC radio network Advertising Public pay I a
Hackes of NBC News in Wash- represen Tusday at our low discount prIces. s
ington, speak to the students tatives Robert Hitchens and Relations Day, will wind up the Furniture Manufacturers Sample [Irebds-
i during Broadcast Day, the sec- Jack Bernstein will speak at (AP-A light plane wreckage was Martha Alvarez, week's events, in which Univer-, 13th House 5 t.South Main 5t. at South'
ond phase' of the School of the 11 a.m. session. Morgan crashed Saturday near a landing 22. She was taken to an Arcadia sity students were afforded the I| .i
Journalism and Communica- Beatty, of NBC News in New strip on a ranch, killing the hospital for treatment of burns chance to see and hear some .4J
tions' sixth annual "Communi- York, will present via a spec- pilot, the owner of a Miami air- and broken bones. of the state and nation's top I .
cations Week." ial two-way hook-up the Red craft repair firm. A young wom- profssionals in the mass media -
Rather will speak at the Barber award to the oustand- an riding in the plane was in- Thomas Gideon, ranch mana- field.
,. ger for Bergstrom, and Ralph (terob
;- session at 8:55 a.m. in ing student in broadcasting.As jured. -
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. Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 8, 1964



i. ww_ (Jiamezuillt Sun- THE P / 1i The Campaign for Bobby iliI

JOHJC K. BABEISOX. Preside MF < I New Cork mimes publican rally for Nelson heart attack, the selection of a dy's former critics had begun

.bUbeu FAT COWLZ3 Vice President SOUTHBy By JAMES RESTON Rockefeller here with a large vice president is too serious a to take a much more sympathetic

] ED JOHNSON YJe. PrtiU* I sign reading: "Close the lead- business merely to be left to attitude toward hint

Florida's Beautiful t an* Eie.Ue, Eiltorj W. G. (BID) I CONCORD, N. H.Attor- ership gap-write in Robert the personal choice of the and his political future, the .
EBEESOLE Vice Preiltent and AvcrtUlnc *-
.. i Directors BOB TARTA&LIONE. I ney General Robert Kennedy Kennedy our presidentstill President, and that the people tactics of his friends in New :
--. University City' Vic President and ClreulUe *- RALPH McGILL I is getting into an increasingly lives: Carry on with Rob- should have a voice hi the selection Hampshire ave raised once
PaUtier Prize Winning PabUslur
Maaacer. Of the AtUnU. (Ga.) Constitution prominent and embarrassing ert Kennedy." And there is of the man next In line more the old charge that the s

position in the competition some evidence that Republicans for the presidency.The Kennedys start all political

.. THE SUN'S POLICY for the vice presidential as well as Democratswill counter argument is activity with unfair advant-

CriticalDilemma nomination on the Democratic write in the Kennedyname that, even if this is valid, all ages.
the and in the columns.
1. Report newt fully impartially news
........ ticket. and may even embar- the other qualified men, and This was what was said
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials
L_.. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. The Democratic governor of rass President Johnson by not merely one, should be given about John F. Kennedy when
New Hampshire, John King, giving the attorney generalmore an equal chance with the he first ran for the presidency "-

w: The Sun's telephones: All Department!-372-8441 has been leading an open write-ins than the Pres- voters. what was said again about M

Want Ads-376-4672 campaign to have the vot- ident himself. Robert Kennedy when he was ..

ers write in Kennedy's name Second, the heart of the WHAT IS particularly unfortunate appointed attorney general by S
Of GOPGeorgia's in the vice presidential slot movement is in the state's about the present sit- his b rot h er. and what was I

.ww on this week's state presi- major city of Manchester, a uation is that its risks the said about Teddy Kennedy _

To Test or Not to Test dential primary election bal Kennedy stronghold, where it possibility of making the rela- when he ran for the Senate. I <

".. t Republican par- was started by a public rela- tions between the Presidentand This may be unfair but what !

:: ..-. Of the making of tests there is the Educational Testing Service in ty leadership, numerically lot.Almost all the other prom- tions man named Robert his attorney general even is happening here obviously .

no end psychological, vocational, Princeton, N. J., to assemble enough"cases" small, but possessed of inent Democrats in the state Shaine and is supported by more strained than they have throws the attorney generalonce
firm political integrity acquired are now openly supporting the the City Committee, whose been at times in the past, and more into the pit of con-
to validate to vali-
professional aptitude, personality, or help
: in the Eisenhower move, except the Democratic backing is vital to the reelec- thus it may very well hamper troversy, and it is preciselythis
.. .- criminal propensity, physical fitness, date, a new battery of tests (possiblyfor campaign -
national committeeman of tion of Governor King. rather than enhance the at- reputation as an extremely

.. ..... academic progress, moral attitude, transfer students from non-ac- of 1952 when state con- the state, Mayor Hugh Bow- Third, there is no evidencethat torney general's chancesof ambitious and controversial I

..' mental ability and pure memory. :redited institutions), then the seven- trol was wrested from the nes of Laconia, who feels thatit Robert Kennedy initiatedthe being picked. character that is his great- | j

... This is not to be deplored if the in- hour "trial run" set uf for March 17 old "post-office crowd," has is not only normal practicebut movement, and his denun- Also, just at the moment est barrier to the highest po- J
survived an attempted take- good politics and good ciation of the drive last weekis when many of Robert Kenne- litical office.
stitutions that use these "instru- and 19 may serve a useful purpose.
over by a group describedas manners to leave President probably too late.
.' : ments" do not and
: go test-happy
Johnson free of
containing extremists of political pressure -
=-1 trigger off the IBM machines for The negative attitude of the stu- to choose his own run- THIS CREATES an awk- = ON THE RIGHT =
the Birch Society and racist-
the sheer joy of hearing the clatter dents is undoubtedly due to the incipient ning mate. ward situation, not only for
minded mentalities who suddenly -
and filling the files with neatly pun- suggestion that the University Nevertheless, the Democratic President Johnson but for the

t __ ched and numbered cards. may apply the tests to its own declared themselves"in" apparatus here, as in other possible Democraticvice Rocky Takes
as Republican.The most states, is largely control- presidential nomineesSen.
students before permitting them to
t led by pro Kennedy men, Hubert Humphrey,
For educators, in particular, test- contjnue their education beyond the Georgia problem is one and almost all of them here Adlai E. Stevenson, Sargent

ing is a favorite indoor sport-pos- sophomore year. The UC student with reverberations in other not only are following Governor Shriver, and Sen. Ed Muskieof
1' states. A coalition was neces- Up Security
sibly because it sounds "scientific" has already "cleared the hurdles" in sary in Georgia between the King's lead but are going Maine, among othersall
on television urging the of whom have taken the posI-
to talk about scores, medians, per- 15 to 20 tough courses studded with regular-party Goldwater
\ sup- voters to do the same, and tion that the President should II
centiles, distribution curves and coef- class tests, progress tests and final porters and those who favor-
are organizing ward leaders not be put under by
ed Governor Rockefeller or pressure By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, Jr. incidentally, if that ever happened
i| ficients of correlation. There is an examinations. Now the veiled threatof and moderators in the state to their supporters to select a
Governor Scranton. These latter the first
( Admitted fascination about the pro- another required examinationover stand at the polls Tuesday to running mate at this time. Prospecting up and down man you
party members were a could count on to call for its
I sess of probing the depths and shal- substantially the same materials minority. There had been a drum up a big Kennedyvote. Many of the attorney general's those granitic hills, Governor abolition .is Nelson Rockefeller. -

3ws of student personality and student looks like the gesture of a lifted axe. split between them and those friends here, however, Rockefeller, we have been .
told by several of the on-scene
so-called who see in the senator from are operating on the assump-
information with these
4 SEVERAL POINTS have observers, struck what they
to tion that President Johnson
= ""measuring instruments." And so The University does not need new a conservative sym- describe as "pay dirt" a place, it
n be made about this. First, might not pick Robert Kenne-
bol that appeals to them. Is an act of hysteria to suggest -
: long as a genuinely educational pur- scores on belated tests to find out there is no doubt that senti- dy; indeed, that he would sin i g u larly irrelevant met- that the Social Security
would have
is served well and good. "how well material is ment for the Kennedy family not to pick him and aphor, one
t r = pose being presented" BUT WHEN THOSE described prefer ; thought when he started Program needs to be coercively -
in the freshman and sopho- as Birch and racist has increased enormouslysince therefore, that it Is necessaryto picking at the Social enforced on all citizrnsin
C types declared themselves in the assassination of create a political situa- away order to "work." The fiscal
But to be genuinely educational, more years-or how well is is being Security issue. Elderly citi-
the President Kennedy and that tion in favor of Robert Kenne- would
as Republicans be- underpinnings not
'. ..-- tests must be for the good of the learned. If the mountains of test zens at several of his meet-
tween genuine Republicanswas this sentiment is now expres- dy that the President cannot in any way be affected by
ings are said to have turned
student-not for the convenience of data already available do not give healed and the coup de sing itself in a sincere effortto ignore. well permitting the small minority -
... pale, as they might,
: an institution. Tests should open such indication, no new tests evolvedby feated. Senator Goldwaterwill enhance the political futureof Their argument and a when he informed them of a that might wish to with-

_. doors of opportunity-not close them. the Educational Testing Service have a heavy majorityof the attorney general.For case can be made for it-is plot afoot to bankrupt the socIal draw, to go ahead and dt 'o.

will do any better. the GOP delegates, from e x a mple, a Baker's that in the present situation, s e cur i ty system and The Social Security Program
Georgia, but they will not be apprentice named Paul Whit- with an energetic presidentwho all doesn't work the way a busi
'i tT If the colleges are to deal only stop payments.The
voting for him for the man even showed up at a Re- has suffered a severe only defense they had ness con c ern works, where
.. with the "best," those who have no The results may give some basis wrong reasons. against being sent to the coun- the profits are, often, dependent ,

JI problems and need no help, much oft for comparison of UC students with BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandi' ty farm and living on a diet of on the incremental sale.It .
This same dilemma
= the that into exclusive other confronts n.'V be true that the Ford
freshman and the
money goes an sophomore the gruel rest of their days, he
Republican party Motor
71 catering service for a "selec- groups and the comparison may In other states. Senator Gold- managed to suggest, was to whopping Company profit can selling make six a

t ted intelligentsia would better be prove interesting and helpful. The water has attracted supportof 8E SlIiE' v TEI. the give him a handsome vote in hundred thousand copies of a
approaching primary.
spent at the secondary levels whereit more information an institution has the Klans, Birchites and NEW they were so misguided as to particular model, but would

will reach more of the people who about its students, the more intellig- racists by his repeated state- HAMPSHIRE :a (( I prefer a prominent rival of lose a fortune if it sold four
ments that h favors
e hundred thousand
or less of
i foot the bill. ently it can shape and administerits "states right/* PRIMARY t his, who had expressed a wishto the same model, because the
Introduce element -
a "voluntary"
MARCH 10!!
program. cost intersects
curve the rev-
The upcoming sophomore tests at THE SENATOR thereby has VOTE VOTE! would have into the only system themselvesto they enue curve only after the 500- \

the University carry an implied But for the University to slap itself made himself the hero of blame for the disaster sure 000th car.Social .

\ threat that they may become stand- in the face by refusing to honor those who want to impeachEarl to follow. security doesn't work
Warren and those who I
I that From the
way. beginning -
ard procedure for the admission of its own product and the integrityof were most irrational in their
J LET US GRANT there is a Program was loosely
University College students to the its own staff by putting its stu- hatred of President Kennedy, certain winsome charm in designed to pay for itselfas

upper division.If dents in second jeopardy through examination and loudest in their defianceof this image of Nelson Rocke- it goes along; required pay-
court orders in desegregation ments into it have been
threats would be an incredible feller as knightly champion of
however of schools and in the the fiscal honor of universal ed up to that end, and if theyweren't
pu rte simply self-indictment of educational field of voting rights.
enough deficits
social security. And, on a ,
to obtain comparative data or to help inefficiency.
would be
California Republicans facea topic so academic from his good from

somewhat similar dilemma. 9sas>i7t124til9b9 viewpoint, we cannot, I sup- general taxation. If a couple of

Joseph D. Martin Jr., Repub- 1 pose, be too hard on him, for million people were to drop
I lican ./ misunderstanding couldit out of the Program tomorrow -
national committeemanand or
only be, mis-stating the the balance who stayedin
Voice of the People a respected figure with a
distinguished record of par- elementary facts about the would no more be endangered -
as it operates in this than they were up untila
ty service, has resigned. He ,uS MY.ftE.ltf.5 program
felt it necessary, he said, to country. But let us at least few years ago, when the
"Big deJl- choice between a couple of millionairesand
On The Sun's I be able to work at "preventing append a note or two beforehe Program went along l quite
= Opinion Page the Republican party a woman! provokes mob scenes in happily without the additional

in this Florida.In millions (of members of the
e .. Opinions end comments of Sun readers arc welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters from becominga armed services domestic
the employees
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should branch of the John Birch MemoSTRATEGY first place, those
: not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side.of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The Society." Washington who believe in government by etc.) added to it by
-.. Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or three branches, I.e., the exec- legislation unde the Eisenhower

intent. MR. MARTIN has pledged, : Dr. James C. Marsters, who is deaf, Is one of utive, the legislative, and the administration.IT .

: Likes Feature man for you; I'll write your of cities and counties in the therefore, to work for the nomination the leaders In the Alexander Graham Bell Association for the judiciary, should not really
newspaper editor; I'll serveon United States, and I figureit's of Governor Rocke- Deaf, and does a lot of traveling in its behalf. He wears a worry very much what any IS SET UP, In other

: On Engineering the school board in your just a matter of time until feller. It was not an easy de hearing aid, with which he can hear almost nothing, but he is presidential candidate thinks words, on the assumption that

place; I'll do anything you I'll be taking over the en- cision. "I feel," he said I an expert lip reader. "Half my battle is won by wearing this about social security, for so the average person will pay
EDITOR, Sun: Upon return- are too tired or too busy to tire country. I want to thank "that while it cannot be den- hearing aid," he said during a recent visit here. "By wearingit long as it is a measure that into the program about as

-- ing to my office after a recent you for making it possible. ied that Senator Goldwater is people realize I am hard of hearing and are more likelyto is heartily endorsed by the much money as he will even-

=- business trip I had the oppor- do.With me around you can Remember now, if there is the favorite candidate of talk directly to me. And they're more likely to talk louder.To majority of the American people tually take out. What would

-- tunity to read your Engineering be as lazy as you like. You ever any way in which I can many fine Republicans, he is talk louder they open their mouths and I can see their A candidate, or a presi- really endanger the Social Se-

Week feature of Feb. 16. can just have fun. The more be of help, I'm at your ser also the only candidate who is lips more clearly." dent, might hate the systemas curity system Is if all of a sud-

: As a member of the professionand the merrier, I always say. vice. You just have fun and vigorously supported by the he hates castor oil, but he den everybody began to live

of a Florida firm, we wishto My services are availableto don't worry about a thing. I'll Birchers and the rightist lun- BIG OPERATOR: A young college student from Kenya, in would be as powerless to do about twenty years longer

congratulate and thank you. for all the tedious, do your worrying too. atic fringe. Inevitably his victory East Africa has a hobby of collecting autographs on money. anything about it as he Is pow- than they do now. Hmm. Do

Congratulations for a splen- time-consuming you things which I'll bill you or your chil- will also be their victory This came out when the student, Chandrakant P. Bodhia, ask- erless to remove the flavor you suppose Governor Rocke-
did presentation and thank would rather duck dren later. their mandate to take over ed Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, to autograph a $5 from castor oil. It is only if feller is against helping the
you for bringing the engin- you "GEORGE" the party structure in its entirety bill. Kennedy signed willingly, but remarked that the hobby Congress were to modify or aged to prolong their lives? It
eering profession into public You haven't time to vote :" must be pretty expensive. Dodhia said he'd invested about repeal the social security law might endanger the Social

view. let George do it. Youhaven't Where's Choice $100 in it thus far, but showed no interest in dropping down to that it would cease to exist. Security program .
The engineering profession time for jury dutyI WHAT HAS DISTURBEDMr. the ordinary $1 level. And if Congress were to repeal Kind people used to ask me

"is probably understood less have. nut. Vote? Martin, about the Young the law, which Is aboutas and sometimes still do, whether -
by the average layman than Maybe I'm not as famousas Republicans of California was probable as that the Prae- I intend to go into active

any other. Perhaps we needa Khrushchev, but if it had- not merely their I sidium of the Soviet Union will politics. No. Why not? they
EDITOR, Sun: I am dis- public rec-
Ben Casey or a Perry Ma- not been for me, you'd nev- turbed ord of supporting the Birch i repeal Communism, it would then say. I developed a stock
at the obvious outcome FYtP3A
son or a "Fountainhead." er have heard of him. That of the November 5th Society principles. In their R.'ht only be because suddenly the reply: "Because the first timeI
Your Sunday feature Is an- goes for Mussolini and Stalin San Diego convention overwhelming majority of the appeared in public somebody
other step In the direction of and Hitler too. I made those election in this county to re- Young Republicans had refus-the tain an elective school to,,
_favorable publicity for this guys-and the big time rack- super ed to affirm for their minds about the present Social Security. I would an-
intendent.We support
vital profession. If we are to eteers in the United States. whatever candidate Social Security program. AndPOTOlIAC swer No, and that would be
as a county elected to won the the end of
attract promising men my career.
young Why do I want to
run errands retain our right to vote. Our primary.Mr. .
into technology, we certainly for 'ou1 When I'm the
need the press to assist us. guy who runs) all these big right to vote for whom? Idon't Martin, therefore, sees FEVERBy THERE IS NO time, in an

E. S. SIKORA wheels, why do I want to dates see a long list of candi- the Issue in the June primaryas 800 word column, or in a

Lakeland run errands for you? Don't clamoring to run for "nothing more or less Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau lifetime political career, to
the job. Where is my free- give all the and
than the survival of our why,
George'llDolt- you see, I get a kick out of dom of choice? What if I ty. Its loss to the radical par- LBJ says he's against "stag government." LBJ theme song: "Oh, give me a to explain patiently that beliefIn

electing presidents and running shouldn't happen to think that right wing would destroy the home where the stags do not roam, where the does and the lady deer play, social security does not

At Steep ChargeEDITOR countries schools all and unions and the one candidate running in effectiveness of Republican where seldom is heard an unfeminine ,word and the bucks are not running all necessarily entail belief In our
you this is thebest "
county quali- day. Social
Sun: This is an used to do before you tookup fied? What can I do about it? effectiveness" for many yearsto present As the bite Security taken from pro-
open letter to the public. chasing dollars and golf There maybe other qualified come. Astronaut John Glenn recovers nicely from his head bump. The hospital says paychecks deepens every

My name is George.I'm balls and things. men whom we could or This conclusion is applicable his condition is no worse than anybody's who suddenly discovers he's a Democrat.: year or two, Social Security
an all-around handyman Don't feel like you're Im should consider but it seems to the South. If the two- -- payers and recipients by

and I'd like for you to posing. I'm glad to be of ser- that they are unwilling to party system development is A wildcat strike slows work at the Nevada atomic site. Information is still in- 1970 be asking themselves may

i feel free to use my services vice. Helping you, I'm really spend the time, money and to continue, Republicans must, complete. What are they striking for, and why does the government hire wild- whether better programs

:lor any and all chores, er- helping myself. How do you effort to run for an elective as did those in Georgia, save cats in the :first place? couldn't be bought on the pri-
:rands, duties which you may think I was able t* take over office. the party from the radical vate market.It 9

"too busy to perform. and run a third of the world So to those who earlier right wing In which the KKK, A poll shows the people think the Democratic party is best for peace and is a pity they aren't ask-

Anytime there's something already? Because no one shouted-"Do not take away the White Ctizens Councils prosperity. It's pretty good at wars and depressions too. Apparently the G.O.P.is ing that question right now.

i that needs doing and else wanted to bother. They my right to ,express my and the Birch types have only to be trusted during poor wars or peaceful slumps. But since they aren't, Governor
you d rather not, you just let said, "Let George do it." So choice in the voting booth"I made common cause and proclaimed R o c k e feller believes it

George do it. I did It..Now ask: Where is my choice? themselves as Gold. The Air Force says there are 427 man-made objects whirling in space not useful! to exploit the Issue by

I'll write to your Congress- I'm taking over in lots MRS. G. RONALD DALTON water Republicans. counting Cassius Clay's opinion of himself. hysteria xnongering.. I'



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; ',4.GalnenUl.. Sun Sunday, March 8, 1964

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aiurzuilfr thxu OF 4 A LANDMARK I p.m.; and evening worship I, trice Brown. The projects receiving her home, was reported as much

w Bible Thought "Be ye kind communion, 7 p.m. The publi: the highest honors will][ improved.

I. THESOUTH one to another, tenderhearted,I is invited. Rev. Clifton Sim. be sent to Lincoln. This promises

t.w forgiving one another, even as mons, pastor; Mrs. Willie Ma to be an interesting and educational -

God for Christ's sake hath for Perry, reporter. i experience for all.
President im4
i Li _-' blUherj FAT COWLES. Viet Fred- given you." (Ephesians 4:32.) Zion Hill Missionary Baptis t l Mrs. Blanch Hill is sponsor of

.. ..... ,,., date ED JOHNSON Vie. President Morning worship, 11 a.m.j;; the Science Fair here. I Oran Jones, son of Rev. and
ti __ Florida's Beautiful If. sad EzecmUT EdlUri W.. G. (BOD PLAN MEN'S DAY afternoon worship, communion, Mrs. G. L. Jones, who was a

I ., .t _., ._ t1J.u EBERSOLE. Vies President M_ At Men's Day will be observed at 3 p.m.; and evening services, ALACHUA NEWS patient in the hospital, has returned -

t 'UnIversity City' TtrtUlaj. Vie DlrecUrt Presidentad BOB TARTAGUONE. ClremU,- By RALPH McGILL the Bartley Temple Methodist 7:30 p.m. Rev. G. Fair, pastor;: JOINT SERVICEThe to his home. His friendsare

i _, Slog )Iuegu.A Fmlitier th. Atlanta Prix Wtnatef CCA.) C.PublisherOf n Ut tkm Church on Sunday, March 8, Mrs. Dorothy Fealy, reporter pastor, Rev. G. S. Cameron asked to visit him.

-... The schedule of services is as (Mount Brook.) and also members of the

::: THE SUN'S POLICY follows: Brooker Greater Bell Meth-Mt. Nebo Methodist Church will

.-..,.. 1 CriticalDilemma The Rev. Henry Lyons, a odist Sunday School, 10:3C: I conduct a joint service at the ANNIVERSARYChoir

;' .::* 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. graduate of Lincoln High School, a.m. with Mrs. Nellie Moore,, Church of God in Christ with Elder
f _.. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials and now a student at Bethune- superintendent, in charge; morning ., Hugh Anderson, pastor, today No. 3 of the Mt. Her-

i '. :.., 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Cookman College, will be the worship, 11:30 a.m.; and: at 3:30: p.m. at Alachua. man Baptist Church will observe

The Sun's telephones: All Department* -372-8441 speaker during the morning Rev. Clarence Steger and con- The public is invited. Rev. G. its 6th anniversary to-
worship at 11 a.m.; and alsoT. gregation of Pleasant Grove s. Cameron, pastor; Eugene day. The schedule of servicesis

Want Ads-376-4672 W. Coward a graduate of Methodist Church will conduct, Clark, reporter. as follows: There will be a

e ...... Of GOPGeorgia's both Lincoln High School and a joint service at 3 p.m. The ;program presented by the
Lincoln University, Missouri and public is invited. Rev. A. J. Anderson BENEFIT SERVICEThe choirs of the city at 3 p.m.; and

holds a master degree from pastor Mrs. Nellie Band of Rev. Richard Harrison will be
; Christian -
:: To Test or Not to Test Republican Tuskegee Institute, will be Moore, reporter. Union will render a worship the principal speaker at 8 p.m.

-- par guest speaker during the evening First Mrs. R. B. Jones
Baptist Sunday and benefit service at the ,. president;
.. Of the making of tests there is the Educational Testing Service in ty leadership, numerically worship at 7 p.m. Coward is School, 9:45 a.m.; morning wor- Zion Temple A.M.E. Church, Alpha Omega Ford, reporter.Qbituatit .

'. no end psychological, vocational, Princeton, N. J., to assemble enough"cases" small, but possessed of ial head Science of the department of Soc ship, 11 a.m.; and afternoon Tuesday, March 10, at 8 p.m.

.". professional aptitude, personality, to validate, or help to vali- firm political integrity acquired SchoolTh at Lincoln High worship, communion, 4 p.m. All members and friends are

l .. in the Eisenhower campaign There will be Easter practice invited. Mrs. Mary DeBose, !
: criminal propensity, physical fitness, date, a new battery of tests (possiblyfor following persons will each I
Saturday at 4 Rev. W. Rev.
of 1952 when state con- p.m. sponsor; W. B. Nelson,
academic progress, moral attitude, transfer students from non-ac serve as soloists: W. L. Stevens, A. Miles, pastor; Mrs. Bessie president; Rev. G. L. Souder,
trol was wrested from the Joe Welcome, Robert (Bobby) MRS. SALLY WILLIAMS
mental ability and pure memory. redited institutions), then the seven- Johnson, reporter. pastor.>
old "post-office crowd," has Griffin, Aram on Jackson, and< I
1 This is not to be deplored if the institutions hour "trial run" set up for March 17 survived take- also 50 male voices singing, Williston New Hope Baptist Funeral services for Mrs. Sal-
an attempted Sunday School with
Superintendent -
: that these "instru-' and 19 serve a useful ly Williams, a pioneer citizenof
:TJ use may purpose. hymns, jubilees, anthems and
-' : over by a group describedas E. L. Strain in charge HIGH SPRINGS NEWS Newberry, will be held at the
I ments" do not go test-happy and spirituals. 10 a.m.; morning worship, 11
r containing extremists of CARD OF THANKS St. Paul Baptist Church at New-
off the IBM machines for The negative attitude of the stu- Special a r ran gement has a.m.; and evening worship,
;, trigger the Birch Society and racist- been made to tke care of the Mrs. B. E. Williams wishes to berry, today at 3:30 p.m: Inter-
the sheer joy of hearing the clatter dents is undoubtedly due to the incipient crowd. communion, 7 p.m. Rev. J. H. thank the North Florida Dis- ment will follow In St. Peter
j I minded mentalities who sud- Phillips, pastor; Mrs. Bessie M. trict W.S.C.S. of the Methodist at Archer.
: and filling the files with neatly punched suggestion that the University Cemetery
:- denly declared themselves"in" Wesley, reporter. Church, Florida Conference, for She member of the local
and numbered cards. may apply the tests to its own NOTE OF THANKSWe was a
.w... as Republican.The Paradise St. Luke Mission their kind remembrances of me Pallbearers' Lodge.
students before permitting them to the family of Ebernezer L.
ary Baptist Sunday School, I
: 91 during my She is gradually
-: :- For educators, in particular, testing continue their education beyond the Georgia problem is one (Dynamite) Florence, wish thank < a.m., morning wofchip, 11 improving in health. Duncan Brothers, morticians,
friends for their in
acts of are charge.
with reverberations in other
a.m.; afternoon whip, :3
j is a favorite indoor sport-pos- sophomore year. The UC student kindness shown during his ill.
states. A coalition was neces- Ip.m. and services -
night 7:30
sibly because it sounds "scientific"to has already "cleared the hurdles" in in ness and subseqtrral -- IL
between the
sary Georgia n. R2v. ii. A. Jackson, past
: talk about scores, medians, percentiles 15 to 20 tough courses studded with regular-party Goldwater sup- Florence aid !;eabrofanrt-' Miss Leah Rentz, reporter. REV. MCA THUR AILING services for Willie

distribution curves and coefficients class tests, progress tests and final porters and those who favor- lies. The Rev. G. G. McArthur is Lee Johnson, son fif Mr. and j
t ed Governor Rockefeller or ailing m the Alachua General Mrs. Sidney Johnson, rf Brooker i
of correlation. There is an examinations. Now the veiled threatof VOTERS LEAGUE
Governor Scranton. These lat NEWS Hospital. Mrs. F. D. Shannon will be held at the Greater
i admitted fascination about the process another required examinationover ter party members were a WOMEN'S DAY SET Annexation zoning, streets, reorter. Bell Methodist Church at Brooker -

of probing the depths and shallows ]- substantially the same materials minority. There had been a Women's Day observance will sidewalks, off street parkinglots today at 1 p.m. with Rev.

of student personality and stu- looks like the gesture of a lifted axe. split between them and those be held at the St. Paul Mission housing plans, utility services Anderson officiating. Intermentwill
ary Baptist Church today. The and a good climate in follow in the Rhuda Branch
who see in the senator from
-- dent information with these so-called which
Arizona conservative schedule of services is as fol., to rear our children are Cemetery.
instruments." And The does need a sym- all issues in the elec NOTICE
--- "measuring sot University not new bol that appeals to them. lows: coming Duncan Brothers, morticians

._=._ long as a genuinely educational purpose scores on belated tests to find out During the morning worshipat tion.City Rev. Banks, pastor, and also are in charge.

T -. is served, well and good. "how well material is being pre- BUT WHEN THOSE described 11 a.m., Mrs. Charlotte Rob- Hall is no longer a little congregation of the Church of PETE DINGLE
::: sented" in the freshman and sophomore as Birch and racist inson, a teacher in the A. Q. corner in town, but is becomingthe God in Christ will conduct a
l ""*'* Jones Elementary School, wile pride and joy of northcen- joint service at the BethelA.M.E. Pete Dingle of Fairbanks died
-'- types declared themselves in
f ,. But to be genuinely educational, years-or how well is is being the tral Florida.
as Republicans, the split be- > principal speaker; and' Church today at 8 p.m. Friday afternoon following an
,ZL. tests. must be for the good of the learned. If the mountains of test tween genuine Republicanswas during the.: afternoon worshipat I' Each citizen should feel proudto Rev. W. H. Walker, pastor; I automobile accident. Funeral

,1. -H student-not for the convenience- of data already available do not give healed and the coup de 3 p.m., also Mrs. Cora Rob- be a part of this dynamic Mrs. Doris Reed reporter. arrangements are incomplete
_. an institution. Tests should open such indication, no new tests evolvedby feated. Senator Goldwaterwill rson, also a teacher in A. QI, movement.and Let us not sit idly pending arrival of relatives,
? Jones Elementary School, will by say: "My vote won'tcount. and will be announced later
.II doors of opportunity-not close them. the Educational Testing Service a heavy majorityof be the ." But make your vote
the GOP delegates, from principal speaker. MRS. REED IMPROVESMrs. White and Do r sey Funeral
will do better. count by casting it in this all im-
any Georgia, but they will not be Doris Reed, who is ill at Home.
= If the colleges are to deal only voting for him for the CARD OF THANKS portant election. L. V. Davis,

= with the "best," those who have no The results may give some basis wrong reasons.. We, the family of Mrs. Theodore vice president.
Childs wish to By Interlandi8E
= problems and need no help, much of for comparison of UC students with This same dilemma confronts many thanks to friends expressour and ARCHER SCHOOLThe BELOW OLYMPUS

= the money that goes into an exclusive other freshman and sophomore the Republican partyin relatives for their kindness and postmaster of Archer,

catering service for a "selec- groups and the comparison may other states. Senator Gold- beautiful floral offerings duringour Mrs. Marion Bishop, enlightened SYRE TO VOTE!

1 ted intelligentsia" would better be prove interesting and helpful. The water has attracted supportof g rea t loss of our beloved the student body and facultyon
one. Dr. Lincoln Bliss Childs information concerning ZIP NEW
the Klans, Birchites and ;
: spent at the secondary levels where more information an institution has
code I
.. during
racists by his repeated state- husband and family. assembly program HAMPSHIRE
it will reach more of the people who about its students, the more intellig- ments that h e favors March 4. All citizens of Archerare PRIMARY

foot the bill. ently it can shape and administerits "states rights." PERSONALSMrs. urged to use the ZIP codein MAXCHI 3 I

L. H. Williams, Mrs. Lillie addressing letters.
program. -
VOTE! me!
ZIP code for Archer is
The upcoming sophomore tests at THE SENATOR thereby has Howard and Mrs. Amy Mrs. asked the 32618 )
\ made himself the hero of Young, all of Williston, motored Bishop assembly
the University an implied But for the University to slap itself to the mailto
carry Ocala "help me to get I.
those who want to impeach to recently to attend
; threat that they may become standard in the face by refusing to honor Earl Warren and those who the funeral of Mrs. Will- you."

procedure for the admission of its own product and the integrityof were most irrational in their iams' cousin. Mrs. Bessie Mae Many students are in the process .1 'J ,<

University College students to the its own staff by putting its stu- hatred of President Kennedy, Wesley, reporter, (Williston). be exhibited of completing in the Science projects Fair to
and loudest in their defianceof Miss Mary L. Smith and
upper division.If dents in second jeopardy through examination which will culminate at Lincoln
court orders in desegre- Miss Carrie Williams, both of ,
threats would be incredible School March 17.
an gation of schools and in the Orlando, are guests of Miss Wil High '
however, the purpose is simplyto self-indictment of educational field of voting rights. liams' relatives here today. An exhibit of al projects will \
be held here at school to
obtain comparative data or to help inefficiency. Mrs. Helen Jones returned prior
California Republicans facea the final fair in Gainesville dur
here yesterday from Atlanta,,
somewhat similar dilemma. ing our next PTA meeting, tues-
Ga., where she was called be-
.. '.1 Joseph D. Martin Jr., Repub- cause of business. day, March 10, at 8 p.m. A com
lican national committeemanand mittee of parents has been asked

of the a respected figure with a Mrs. Mary Austin flew yes- to serve as judges. They are
Voice People terday to New York City on a
Mrs. Queen E. Crawford Mr.
distinguished record of par- two-week visit with her daughter mnagtaslta s
ty service, has resigned. He and Mrs. Samuel Brown, Amos
Mrs. Ethel M. James, and "Big deala choice between a couple of millionairesand
felt Thomas Rollins Jr. Perry
it necessary, he said to other relatives. Penny, "
I be able to work McKinney and Mrs. Bea a woman!
_ ;On The Sun's Opinion Page: the at "preventing Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jask-

in this state Republican from becominga party son, and daughter, Carolyn, v..vrir rx..aurr..uw i...... ... .. .. .
Opinionsnd comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters all of Pittsburgh, Pa., whose 9fp r wt. ... 'r' j 7'- f,' /fr .4 .. .. "0f.
must be siflned and bear the writer's address. Names will ba withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot branch of the John Birch visit here and Jacksonville for ;- J.r; :: : ;: ; :
exceed 500 words and must be written on only I one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The Society." the past two weeks has been p-- : f"L
Sun reserves the right to reject any Utter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or
intent pleasant, were flown to their
MR. MARTIN has pledged, home yesterday.Miss -
Likes FeatureOn man for you; I'll write your of cities and counties in the therefore, to work for the nomination Mary H. McDonald, of

newspaper editor; I'll serveon United States, and I figureit's of Governor Rocke Tampa, visiting here with
Engineering the scii ? :. iiid in your just a matter of time un- feller. It was not an easy'de friends today.
place I'll do anything til I'll be the cision. "I feel he
; you taking over en- said, Miss Helen Johnson, of
: EDITOR, Sun: Upon return- are too tired or too busy to tire country. I want to thank "that while it cannot be denied
Clearwater; passed through
-- ing to my office after a recent you for.making it possible. that Senator Goldwater is Gainesville yesterday en routeto

business trip I had the oppor- do.With me around you can Remember now, if there is the favorite candidate of Jacksonville.NEW .

tunity to read your Engineering be as lazy as you like. You ever any way in which I can many fine Republicans, he is s

Week feature of Feb. 16. can just have fun. The more be of help, I'm at your ser also the only candidate who is FARMERS WIN

As a member of the profession the merrier, I always say. vice. You just have fun and vigorously supported by the CONTEST
and of a Florida firm, we wish I'll Birchers and the
My services are availableto don't worry about a thing. rightist lunatic The Lincoln High School
: to congratulate and thank you. do worrying too. fringe. Inevitably his vic-
your the New Farmers of
you for all the tedious, Chapter of llr'
Congratulations for a splen- tim nsuming things which I'll bill you or your children tory will also be their victory America placed third in the r Y
did presentation and thank
later. their mandate to take
would over Livestock Contest at
you rather duck doing. Judging
you for bringing the engin- "GEORGE"Where's the party structure in its en-
the Florida State Fair in Tam-
You haven't
time to vote
eering profession into public tirety."
= view. let George do it. You pa. Fifty-four teams were represented -
haven't time for ChoiceIn in the judging of Poul-
The engineering professionis jury dutyI <
Beef Cattle Swine and Dai- i
have. try,
probably understood less Martin about the Young 4 a'b
Vote? Cattle. Frank Johnson 9th
Supt. ry ,
by the average layman than Maybe I'm not as famousas Republicans of California was adw
grade Charlie Hamm, 9thgrade
any other. Perhaps we needa Khrushchev, but if it had-, ;
EDITOR Sun I disturbed not merely their public rec-
: am and Alton Perry, 12th
Ben Casey or a Perry Ma- not been for me, you'd nev-
ord of supporting the Birch
at the obvious out- grade comprised the team. The BEAUTY CONTESTANTSBlanche
son or a "Fountainhead. er have heard of him. That
.- come of the November 5th Society principles. In their FA Boys are in line to make
Your Sunday feature is an- goes for Mussolini and Stalin
San convention the
other step in the direction of and Hitler too. I made those election in this county to re- :Young Diego Republicans had refus- a trip to the Southeastern Fair]I Jackson, left, Annette Young, center, and Angelo Robinson are threeof

favorable publicity for this guys-and the big time rack tain an elective school superintendent ed to affirm support for and Livestock Exposition in Atlanta the six contestants entered by the Gainesville Club Council in the State Club
Ga. in October. Curtis
--vital profession. If we are to eteers in the United States. Council's beauty contest.
whatever candidate
attract We ,as a county elected to won the Scott, president; Harold
'.into promising young men Why do I want to run errands retain our right to vote. Our primary.Mr. Young, reporter.
technology, we certainlyneed
for you? When I'm the FEVER
right to vote for whom? Idon't POTOMAC
the press to assist us. guy who runs all these big Martin therefore, sees
see a long list of candidates CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSJohnson ,
E. S. SIKORA wheels do I the issue in the June primaryas
why want to
Lakeland run errands for ? Don'tyou clamoring to run for "nothing more or less Chapel Baptist -Sunday .I By Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau
you the job. Where is my free- than the survival of School, 9:45 a.m.; and
George'llDoIt- see, I get a kick out of dom of choice? What if I ty. Its loss to the our radical par- JIT.U., 6 pm. There will beaster LBJ says he's against "stag government." LBJ theme song: "Oh, give me a
electing presidents and run- shouldn't happen to think that practice Monday at 6:30 home where the stags do not roam, where the does and the lady deer play,

At Steep ChargeEDITOR ning schools and unions and the one candidate running in effectiveness right wing would of destroy Republican the pm. Mrs. Roberson is askingthe where seldom is heard an, unfeminine word and the bucks are not running all

countries-all these things you this county Is the best quali- effectiveness for parents to have their children day."
Sun: This is an used to do before you took fied? What can I do about it? many yearsto present on time. Rev. W. J.

open letter to the public. up chasing dollars and golf There maybe other qualified come. Taylor, pastor; Mrs. Harriet Astronaut John Glenn recovers nicely from his head bump. The hospital says

My name is George. balls and'things. men whom we could or This- conclusion is applicable Jones, reporter. his condition is no worse than anybody's who suddenly discovers he's a Democrat.

I'm an all-around handyman Don't feel like you're im- should consider but it seems to the South. H the two- Hopewell Baptist Sunday --
and I'd like for you to posing. I'm glad to be of ser that they are unwilling to party system development is Scho o 1,10 a.m.; morning worship A wildcat strike slows work at the Nevada atomic site. Information is still in-

I feel free to use my services. vice. Helping you I'm really spend the time, money and to continue, Republicans must, 11 ajn.; afternoon worship -" complete. What are they striking for, and why does the government hire wildcats -

=for any and all chores, er- helping myself. How do you effort to run for an elective as did those in Georgia, save communion, 3 pjn.; and in the first place?

-rands, duties which you may think I was able t" take over office.So the party from the radical evening worship, 6:30 pjn. Rev.
too busy to perform. and run a third of the world to those who earlier right wing In which the KKK, W. J. Taylor pastor; Mrs. Agnes A poll shows the people think the Democratic party is best for peace and

Anytime the r e' s some already? Because no one shouted-"Do not take away the White Ctizens Councils Gordon, reporter. prosperity. It's pretty good at wars and depressions too. Apparently the G.O.P.

thing that needs doing and else wanted to bother. They my right to express my and the Birch types have Lake Butler Hop eweU I is only to be trusted during poor wars or peaceful slumps.

you'd rather not, you just let said, "Let George do it." SoI choice in the voting booth*"- made common cause and proclaimed .M.E. Sunday School, 10a.m. '

Gf rge do it. did It.Now r- I ask: Where is my choice? themselves as Gold- .; morning worship, Love I' The Air Force says there are 427 man-made objects. whirling in space; not

I'll write to your Congress I'm taking over in lots MRS. G. RONALD DALTON water Republicans. Feast, 11 a.m. A.C.E. League, 5 counting Cassius Clay's opinion of himself.


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Sunday, March 8, 1964 Gainesville Sun SA

CAA Wants'StrangleHolcP lmity and pre-election pledg-

It Voice of the People Speaks EDITOR Sun-In: Voice of ing The leave implication thought.little room is for perfectly independent -- Want ( dMonth I IThis

plain: If these men know
the People on Feb. 24, the Ci- before they attend a commis- is a big month nationally of the Revolutionary War era

vic Action Association madeit sion meeting how they are going saluting the power of the: were enthusiastic Want Ad users

j On Coining City Elections plain why it endorsed candidates to vote, then we do in- little Want Ads which do so including George Wash-

Byron Winn and Arnold deed have a controlled, obligated I much for everyone.It ington and Paul Revere.

II -- II Butt for the coming city bloc-and in every
commission election.It it has identified itself all began, so the story goes When California was a frontier -
Time It criticize because they voted brary as sufficient for this vent its being used for a fill- case
to 'Lay when an appeal was printedon 200 lonely ranchers used
with the organized minority
Certainly the fact station.
alike is meaningless. community, despite ing
made also
was plain ,
for the
papyrus return ofa Want Ads in Chicago to find
if what they voted for was that the university of Flor- One final thought: The that the CAA had formulatedits CAA.
On the>< Line'EDITOR in the best interests of Gaines- ida is not intended for the State Cabinet has delayed final program and then mea- Under these conditions, runaway slave. women willing to life.share their
ville citizens, there is noth- townspeople but is financedby acceptance of the land donated sured each candidate to see who in fact is running our History records that a Londoner pioneer
Sun: With this com- ing with the mere fact the whole state for UF for the new universityin
wrong if his beliefs would
square city government? Why does whose cow had strayed, had President Jefferson
mission election, the peopleof even saw
that they voted together.In students and faculty for higher the Orlando area until it
with those of the CAA.I this wish
Gainesville are going to group to remove the original idea of placing a fit to run a Want Ad in the Bal-
an ad for Byron Winn education. Moreover the has been zoned to protect I
find the city government take issue some of the vital checks Want Ad in a newspaper. This timore paper to find a man to
run with this kind
that appeared the same day. facilities of that library are fringe areas of the campus I
and balances which
by a small group of dream- of which is fur- have was about 1640. fill the position of Secretary 01
Commissioner Winn listed often found inadequate by from' encroachment by unde- a
effective and efficientover
proved I War for the United
States oJ!
ing idealists organized into a specifically how he stood on students and faculty. Apparently sirable businesses.Can ther attempt on the part of ,
CAA or they can restore the certain issues. The CAA has Gresham is demandingthat the City of Gainesvilledo CAA to maintain its strang- the years? May 8, 1704 saw the first ad- America. The position was soon

city hall into the hands of rep- publicly given their stand on all the people of Floridause as much to remedy one of le-hold on commission decis- It seems to follow that the vertisements on this continent filled.
in the third issue
resentative Gainesville.The certain issues. For example, their tax money to sup- its past errors? ions and to increase the CAA reason is, so that the bloc published -
of the Boston News Letter. Classified Ads have become
independent candidates Byron Winn stated in his ad port what should be a local CECIL N. SMITH -dictated 3-2 bloc vote to a 4-1 can deliver to its own favored Today
cannot win this election unless he favored the coordination of community responsibility.How domination.The few complete control, in an advertising giant.In .
Franklin used adver- 1961 the total United States
you the citizen and house- Benjamin
the utility department under which case we will have a
stingy can get -
wife you Stand organization stated tisements for and investment in all daily
do something about it. the Library everything newspa-
city manager a specific the less fortunate who handful of political science
Don't just decide to vote. issue. that it unanimously endorsed theorists and'experimenters anything. pers was just over $803 million.
Start cannot afford to buy reading candidates Winn and Butt This with $507 mill-
your neighbor thinking.The Denial of ValuesEDITOR compares
all future
dictating policiesto
The ad for Dr. Andrews materials and encyclopediasfor
CAA bloc system is very when it found they were in Many other prominent persons ion for weekly magazines.To .
called the organized minority their children? substantial us.
effective. Many unsuspectingvoters Sun One of the agreement with
just go along becausea bloc a bloc of ""theoristsand The CAA has strongly sup- feautres of, the: "Old Guard" all the issue stands of CAA, A vote for Bryon Winn serve their readers and advertisers better,
experimenters. It neg- ported expanding public library as were Commissioners South- and Arnold Butt is vote for
neighbor or a telephone call held a in recent have invested more than I
lected to refer to specific rally at Buchholz Junior newspapers years
any and facilities be-
"Asked me to." space erland and Turlington in last further CAA control.
High School on Feb. 18 $700 million in plants and equipment.
theories of experiments which cause the CAA believes in new
This is the time for Gainesville was a denunciation of both year's election. All this unan- ALBERT H. ENNIS
t would enable an intelligent making books-and educational t
voters to lay it on the the pledge of $200,000 of the
citizen to form his own opin- materials readily

..- -line.This- 'M.is FOSTER it. BRUNSON ion.I.urge everyone to read the available Gainesville to all and the Alachua peopleof lic bond dition issue to the money Gainesville for an Pub-ad- WHO ARE THE TRUE INDEPENDENTS !

Library building and of
Individual Citizen of Gaines- ad in question to make sure I County of all ages. We do
have not taken quotes out of believe in education! We believe the concern a great many
ville context so as to distort their that this city ought to have for really coming to

meaning. If the thinking of act like a university city! grips with the problem of vo-

Attacks Logic this ad reflects the kind of We do think it is importantfor cational education in this
that be community. The "Old Guard" WINN BUTT
thinking would on our our children to get the AND
:: In Andrews' Ad city commission I urge the reading habit early with candidates, Dr. Andrews and

citizens of Gainesville to give good literature. We believe a Mr. Richardson, also spoke
close attention to the"real issues at that meeting but did not
: EDITOR, Sun: I am a law university city should be a
student at the University of of the coming city election respector and protector of pu- disavow such denunciation.This are

I Florida, independent of any so as not to be duped blic libraries and education should be a matter of

organized political group. Be- by ads for ignorance. generally. deep concern to the thinking

cause I have lived in Gaines- JOHN CAUMICHALL Furthermore, good public people of Gainesville. Do INDEPENDENT OF SPECIAL I INTERESTSNOT -

ville my entire life I feel library facilities as well as Andrews and Richardson dis-

t compelled to voice my opinion Will Winn Lead good public schools help to avow the priority establishedby

concerning the full page ad attract good industry and en- the voters last month for INDEPENDENT OF YOU-

that appeared in The Sun on Or 'Pass Buck'? large local employment opportunities this library addition?

March 1, entitled "Why Ed- a fact that seems Antagonism to educational
win H. Andrews is Running to have completely escaped programs and the improve- f'-
Against Byron Winn." EDITOR Sun: As a typical Messrs. Gresham, Andrews, ment of such educationaland
observer of the local THE PEOPLE
I hope the people of Gainesville city political Richardson and the "Old cultural facilities as public T
t scene, I have been libraries is denial of
are intelligent enoughnot Guard" group. a opportunity
to be misled by the various astounded many times by the Byron Winn and Arnold to the children of :

innuendoes and deceptionsthat vacillation and indecision of Butt have worked hard to the great majority of people.In .
appear in the ad. city's policy-making body help the public library get effect, it is a denial to the THE RECORD SHOWS
the commission.
To begin with, the ad con- -namely its needs written into the aspirations parents have for
tained statements like "Bloc Nothing has quite matched their children.If .
: bond program. They recognize '
voting is not democracy. It is that what group's should dilly-dallying have been the over that ignorance and stinginess there is anything imbed- ., i WINN AND BUTT

rule through figure heads, serve only to promote ded in the conscious commitments <
relatively matterof
by an organized minority further ignorance. If men are of Americans, it is a "
the CAA Destroy the Bloc- The controlling question has stray absorbedthe dogs. to understand the issues of belief in good public educa- KEEP FAITH WITH YOU

Vote Evil." This refers to commissioners' time policy, to discuss and to gov- tional facilities, accessible to _
the fact that three commis- overa ern for themselves, good li- all-for this is the avenue ,
period of weeks
sioners frequently vote the many ble part of this process. through which youth rises in .
when it should have been disposed -
same way on many issues. of routine. NEALE J. PEARSON achievement beyond parents.To .
The ad further stated, "I
tell the of Gainesville
Dogs are indeed importantto people -
ask for the support of all citi- the people who own them, 'Bloc' Opposes as one "Old Guard" THEY STAND FOR: _

zens who want representation but those people owe their speaker did at the rally, to Byron M. Winn, Jr. _-., Arnold F. Butt
by a commissioner who
neighbors the of use the University of Florida
does his own thinking and will keeping these pets courtesy confinedto Flagrant ZoningEDITOR library if additional facilitieswere

not vote as directed by a dic- some area of tolerance. If needed, may be com- -PROTECTION OF YOUR HOMES AGAINST DOWN GRADING FROM SPOT, ZONING
tatorial organized minoritybloc Sun: Lest we pared with Marie Antoinette'scontemptuous
they won't do this mat-
of theorists and experi- ter of voluntary as a forget, the majority on the reply to the -SPENDING YOUR BOND DOLLARS FOR THE PURPOSES YOU VOTED :
menters. current city commission re-
masses crying for bread-
Apparently the writers of the then only regulation seems to cities be ceived a resounding vote of "Let them eat cake!" It is EAST GAINESVILLE SEWERS MORE RECREATION LAND

this ad have forgotten the nature answer. Many approval by the voters of disturbing to find people
of our democratic politi- leash or control ordinances Gainesville. Ed Turlington and out of step with the values
cal system. Men of common pass Alan Sutherland won election that the great majority of Am-
and neither
aims and purpose have always their have suffered last March by a better than ericans share.GLADYS .
had the right to organ- owners un- 2 to 1 majority. They ran on M. KAMMERER
ize themselves politically so a platform of issues rather
The commission makes itself
as to more effectively voice platitudes and are now endea-
their views. If one is to follow voring to carry out their stat- 441
ing to act. Byron Winnwhoto Section
the logic behind the ad, then notion ed policies. RESPONSIBLE TO YOU
the election of the Republican my nearly always Two of the main issues

Party candidate, Dwight D. seems able to do so-made last year were spot zoning Is -ZONING TO PROTECT BUSINESS PROPERTY -:
ridicu- aneTALLAHASSEE
Eisenhower, in 1952 and '56 outstandingly and sewer rebates. Some of
was the product of the "bloc us remember vividly the record :
wide straw ballot on this AP) -U. S.
vote evil" or "dictatorial or- of secret meetings and
matter. I applaud 'Commiss- 441 TO CONTINUE THE CONSTRUCTION "BOOM."
four-laning has been :
ganized minority bloc. The the 4 to 1 (the 1 being Byron
voting of Republicans along ioner Edwin Andrews who Winn) then majority bloc pleted between Ocala and Kis-
party lines in Congress wouldbe stood up to the issue with the votes which frequently simmee, a distance of 91 miles, :

vote analagous evil." to the "bloc demand the other", "Let's. vote one wayor Board overrode and the the very interests City Plan of nounced.the State Road Department an- Continue the Majority That Has Kept Faith With You

Certainly it is natural that What do we elect commis- John Q. Citizen. The final $1.2 million projectwas
sioners if it isn't to make
men who think alike will or- for The most flagrant spot zon- completed in Lake County, RE-ELECT ELECT
ganize themselves and en- these world shaking decisions ing action involved the rezon- as part of a project that started BYRON ARNOLD

dorse candidates who share ? If we are to follow ing by a 4 to 1 majority several years ago to fourlanethe

similar views. It is wrong in Mr. Winn's straw-ballot rea- against the recommendationsof major highway through cen-

my opinion to cast this in a soning to a conclusion, every the City Plan Board and tral Florida. WINN BUTTCITY

sinister light. controversial matter the protests of the Universityof The same route will later be
The three commissionersshare would simply be put on a ballot Florida, adjoining property four-laned from Ocala on north-

the views of the CAAon and we could vote once owners, the Gaines- ward to Interstate 75 northwestof

many issues; therefore or twice a month. All we'd ville Sun, interested citizens ; Gainesville, an additional dis- ELECTION-TUESDAY-MARCH 17th
need then would be few
a tance of
about 60
vote because
they accordingly and Commissioner Winn of
clerks at Hall to .
City handle
--- --
that is what they believe in. the SAE corner at NW 13th
the details.
It is deceiving to cast this Street and W. University Ave-
Mr. Winn was
process as a form of figure- certainly nue for a service station.

head torial representation rule. Furthermore or dicta-let us elected he was on willing the suppositionthat to make agreement This was between done, despite the com-an _

up his mind and follow t We Can Make The
not forget that Byron Winn through, even if the results mission and the University of ,
was not elected by the CAA, Florida that property adja-
but by a majority of the votes were temporarily unpleasantand cent to the university cam-
cast by the citizens of Gaines- upsetting to some voters.If would not be zoned for

group ville.It is of citizens ironic ,that favoring another Dr. have ion-maker he of is future a,a responsible buck then he passer should decis-instead ment.businesses the university out of harmonywith environ- _____ ; Dream Come True

no in city government .
Andrews and Mr. Richardson The "independent" (of the

held a meeting Feb. 15 GEORGE H. FERRYMAN Public Interest?) group say w )
to raise their voices _
againstthe that they are prouniversity.Yet .
NE 10th Place
CAA and the commissioners how can this zoning action _

sup p o rted by the CAA. Old Guard's in which, as a memberof t
This group of citizens has the the then-majority bloc, the r i Stop dreaming and start doing something about

right politically to organize as does the themselves CAA. If Agin LargerLibrary: senior candidate be interpreted voted other approval the new home your family needs or wants! Bring

their candidates were elect- than as a'slap in the face to Lr us your plans. You'll find we have the lowest
ed, by the logic of this ad, the major asset of our com- I y

one could make the same innuendoes EDITOR, Sun: The "Old munity, the University of financing cost. The savings on our closing cost
about these two Guard," speaking though Florida? t

commissioners whenever they Marvin Gresham at their rally Now that the Old Guard is c I can purchase appliances for your new kitchen.

I voted alike; that is, "pre-ar- on Tuesday evening, Feb. going through the metamor-
ranged voting," lack of inde- 18, denounced the $200,000 al- phosis of changing its name
pendent thinking located No Discounts or Service Fees
organized for library expansionby to "independent" we are led

dictatorial minority bloc vot- the city commission in the to wonder if the. name is the

ing. recent bond issue. la addit only change. .. Lower Rates Up To 25 Years
If the writers of that ad Ion, Gresham incorrectlystated Will their senior candidatenow ;- ;!

would sincerely desire to in- that Alachua County have an open mind about

form the public then they has allocated $80,000 to the changing his views on fight-

'l they would speak out about Gainesville Library. ing the SAE corner zoning

specific issues, not emotional Actually, the sums given lawsuit through the courts if

I generalities like "bloc voting by the city, Alachua Countyand the "independents" win? ..
is ,not democracy," a state- two other counties plusa Their junior candidate has Gainesville Mutual

ment designed to appeal to ig small amount from the stated that he probably would '

norance. state, total $76,000 to run our not have voted to rezone the
For instance, what specifi- library for the entire Santa SAE lot for a filling station.

cally did the three commissioners Fe Region. But we have heard no indica- BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION ;
vote for that was detrimental Gresham also alluded to tion of his stand on the pros- 217 N.E Is* STREET Ph.FR6-6771orFR6-2415 :

to Gainesville? To the University of Florida Li- ecution of the lawsuit to pre



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t 6A GaInesville Sun Sunday, March 8, 1964 ,

11 I !' More About Spokesman Thinks Lodge Tampa Trib'sCartoonist

Child Care Will Seek NominationMANCHESTER TAKE THAT TRIP !

.. White Dies
,t -- ------- --- ,
I : WJl. (At'J- in Boston that ne had receivedno ,

II'' From Page 1 I The national chairman of the father.definite advice from his TAMPA (AP-George) White,. cc YOU CAN

Draft Lodge for President Com- 63, whose editorial cartoons appeared -

I. ", It would just about double was born without the capacityto .ting the money needed, the Human mittee said Saturday he is cer- "It is my belief that he will on the front page of the
I 1\.. present research facilities and I take one essential amino i Development Center will tain Henry Cabot Lodge will allow his name to remain on the Tampa Tribune for nearly 30 a SAVE UP TO
break it down and rid be built in two In the years, died Saturday.
I add about 300 more research acid, get phases. eventualuly resign as U.s. am- Oregon ballot, Lodge said.
the of it. It lacked to do first phase, which would be:
personnel to the staff of an enzyme bassador to South Viet Nam White had been away from $250by
{ the job. started in January, 1965, facili- Henry Cabot Lodge's name work for I
several weeks
and will become active a
I in the next- an can-
Medical Center of those the
ties for clinical services in child was one placed on
.five-years. "As long as the baby was in didate for the Republican presidential -Republican ballot heart condition. He died at his,
psychiatry, family studies and primary by filing
home in nearby Oldsmar.He "
the uterus the mother got rid of
of State
the birth defects would be con- Oregon Secretary How-
The half million dollars the acid but after birth the acid ell is survived by the widow,
tructed. Jr. It will remainon
University now has in hand was built up in the baby and destroyed a news conference at Appling Mrs. Emily White; a son, Wallace -i for your
the ballot unluess Lodge filesa
appropriated by the 1963 legis- its capacity for normal There would also be develop- Lodge headquarters in New C. White, Dover, N.J.; a
lature for a Child Psychiatric intelligence. These babies grew mental study units in the first Hampshire, where the nation's statement with Appling that sister, Mrs. August Doll Tam-
Teaching Unit as an first 1964 presidential primarywill he is not a candidate. HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONBEFORE
Inpatient up to be mentally retarded. phase in behavorial biology,
{, addition to the Health Center. be held Tuesday, Robert pa.Funeral
"Now a test has been devel- perinatal physiology and pathology Lodge's name will not be on services were sched-
The new unit. was to be ready oped to detect such abnormalities research, and genetics research Mullen of Washington said he the ballot in New Hampshire uled for Monday.
I by July, 1965. based his predictions on infor- Tuesday. However, the Lodge
birth. babies
, at The are White was born at Grand Rap- APRIL 1st
Since then a series of public put on a special diet through the Clinical and research facili- mation received from GeorgeC. committee has been campaigning ids, Mich., and went to public'

I lags made federal funds avail- critical period of early development ties would be expanded in phase Lodge, the ambassador'sson. for write-in votes. There is schools in Kalamazoo, Mich., before -i with J. Pierce Smith
, obit: One authorizes grants on and grow up perfectly two, branching out to include a slate of convention delegates coming to Tampa with his I'' .
I three-for-one matching basis normal. research in mental retardationand The younger Lodge said later pledged to Lodge on the ballot. family in 1915. I _

I for the construction of the multidisciplinary "This is just one clear-cut example the aging process.
where mental retarda-
Human Development -
I I Centers for research in tion can be prevented." "As the number one retire-

, biological, medical, social and Dr. Smith and his colleagues ment state In the nation, Flori-
I behavorial sciences which as- believe there are other diseases da is very much concerned with]

sist in preventing and ameloirat- that can be detected in early learning how to deal with the r
ing- mental retardation. life arid prevented from happening problems of aging," said Smith.
I' later. "A Human Development Center 7 t,+ a t a YZ, -r

Another law authorizes grants Schizophrenia usually showsup would be a likely place for
on-a two-for-one basis for the in persons between 20 and Florida to take the lead in this
t construction of medical teaching 30 years of age, but behavorial field." //UIpi\

facilities not falling in the researchers are beginning to
i Not only w o u 1 d the Human
I slier. category.A trace early origins of it in children Development Center thrust the J _

I special committee of the from one to three years University of Florida among the __ r

Florida Legislature has granted old.Future medical giants in the United r _
the University permission to de- generations might suffer -States, but at the same time it
I the completion date of the fewer diseases like hardening would relieve the strain on research ,
lay .
I of the arteries
by having
1 original Child Psychiatry Unit facilities being rapidly
,' in hopes that it cane incorporated been started in life on proper outgrown at the Health Center.
dieting habits."Arteriosclerosis.
I in the over-all integrated The one million dollars Flor- FULLY
plans for the Human De- som e ida's citizens are being askedto
I thing like the
accumulation of
Center. contribute looks like a gilt-
\ \elopment rust in water pipes," said Dr.: CUTUP
edged investment. ( )
Dr. Martin and others are Smith. "It happens over a long PRICES GOOD THRU MARCH 11TH

.; now trying to interest private period of time, not all at once." INCOME TAX .......DI&IC STONES INC:.-COPTBMMT... _
; individuals and foundations to If the beginning of the deposits %

raise the $1 million to be added were arrested early in life, GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS ..._# ..
j to the state money. the diseases caused by harden- 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH HORMEL CANNED ._ Colonial Brand Grade "A" Quick Frozen
I ing of the arteries in later life. S 59
: The $1.5 million would then might be avoided, he said. LB.
1328N.W. 6th St. FR 6.2924 H 3 2
I: b seeure $3.5 million In NIH grant

fu t1s.J REG. 59< SWIFT PR.EMJUMFranks.

J Among the dozens of doctors 49i

I and.staff members at the Health LB.
worked the
Center who on plans
l for a Human Development Cen- Jim k 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH BREADED CUBE VEAL REG 39 s

J ter-is Dr. Richard T. Smith, 4a 1Lb. ,
head of the Department of Pediatrics Steaks. 69x TOP
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at the College of Medi- .4 LB.

l' cine.The. Richardsonstands, 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH ANY SIZE VALUE .

39-year-old crew-cut pediatrician
l said interest is high T Pizza
among those who have been approached a r n 0 W AT THIS PRICE PLEASE.

as prospecHve donors

I I in the million dollar fund .. .
drive. Dr. Smith's enthusiasm for: III: '"T.-:- .,,':. ,' $'itaiji A1N JG. $ofJr A t: X2fZtl to :*iid.., ;f +..hk'i J i :T- 'fY.

f is high too.
\ "The idea of 50-year( preventive MORTON FROZEN ALL FLAVORS

measures in chronic diseases -, TOWN HOUSE FRESH '
as contemplated in the I 50 Extra Top Valve Star Cream Pies 39/
An elected City Commission responsible to all cit- Size
Human Development Center is WITH THIS COUPON AND Pt cHAsE OF
izens for all phases of City Government. Pecan Pie
I : intriguing and appeals to a lot Tr.ru PKes. Feomi TASTE 0" SG ASTOR PURE CONCORD FRESHER FROZEN

1; of The people."peephole"" approach to Establishment of a Personnel Board of representative IS Slicks Grape Juice 6 s-or. 1.
citizens to periodically review and recommend Goon Tww MMas s/s CanS
j life studies is giving way to 1-LB.
'tune linked personnel policy for all city employees to the AT ANY WINN-DIXIE 3 9 J
t new processes 41 PIE T- FROZEN HAWAIIAN
of of-examination, said Dr. Smith. the City Commission.

( Disease processes that occur to WHILE THEY lAST Punch 4 6-oz. 89
i people 50 years from now mightbe Saving money through coordinated tax-assess Cans
predicted as early as the ment and collections with Alachua County.
( first or second month of the 51 Extra Top YaheStnj*

fertilized ova. Internal reorganization of all Departments for WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE of

I "The developmental process- more efficient operation and control, includingthe ONE FNOZKN MU-SBURY
.f es makes each of us a different elimination of duplicate facilities. Electric Whole Smoked Chicken

I individual every day" said Dr. utility tie-in with other systems for emergency GOOD TMKU MANCM sins FRESH !

I Smith. "In adults developmental service. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
changes taking place now 42 '

t may not be perceived for another Housing, recreational, and cultural developmentsin

I 10 years. In early life differences line with our ability to finance them. Florida Grown
are magnified, but Tender, Young

l f they decrease" rapidly after Long range planning for business and economic 51 Extra Top Yahe Stamps

that. development of Gainesville coordinated with the WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of Pole Beans
Already, Dr. Smith said, one
I' development programs of the University of Flori
cause of mental retardation has da. Two PR's. F.0aztw RGH'S ai
I been successfully traced back Chocolate Eclairs
f! to the first few days of new-born
babies and checked."In Careful planning and responsible spending of the ANY WINN-DIXIE tAT -
proceeds of the six million dollar bond issue with- 43
this type of case the child
in the framework set by the bond election.


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Boy With

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i r -Past President Gainesville Junior Chamber of Commerce 4! ATANYW1HPDIX1E Red Ripe Tomatoes 2 CARTONS 39;

-Pait Vice-President Florida Junior Chamber of Commerce _
12-year-old Negro boy was
nabbed by Gainesville police -Former Trustee Alachua General Hospital

yesterday afternoon while in Served as Board Member Florida State Welfare Department .-:.. .._ .. ..! 6 tt.'H: >::;::::_-.-, _'t-7!___:,_:_ '': =. ..:;r::: ', -_ 'i: ;::{ti ,'.."" _';<< ,,' $iI _
i the act of taking apart a stolen District 5

bike, police reported. -Member-Alachua County Historical CommruionTrustee .
Offker'aTrustee 1 1 1
Gainesville Police
Police caught the boy takingthe J / / yy f 1. e
Harry Ann Crippled Children's Home .
wheels and a basket from I ;; .
a bicycle on the west side oft -Former Chairman. Alachua County Chapter National Foundation 1 .
the Winn Dixie Store. Police for Infantile Paralysis 1 / zv wyK w: 1. lOMarojUig
said the boy admitted stealing Friends of the Library _

the bicycle from in front of a -Steering Committee Citizen's Advisory Committee on Capi :

I store downtown last week. He Improvement
said he took a few parts from -Member Advisory Council) Florida Industrial Commission &j &2t&& *i
I the bicycle everyday.The -Actiye Church Worker K' 5/%

Consultant to State and Local Government On Finance end Administration QIBgS .
boy also admitted stealing ;

t two other bicycles and shoplifting -Business Consultant Dixie Daring '1 Quick or Regular Blue Bay Pink Thrifty Maid Powdered i
articles. He
some was 1
I -Eighteen yean teaching economics finance, and management at t INST. MILK JUICE
f riding a stolen bike when he the University of Florida BREAD Quaker OATS 1 SALMONSave 1 /

: was caught. j. i Tall Con Sove 20 mokes 12 qts. 1 Save 14g 46-oz. Can
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Sunday March 8, 1964 Gainesville Sun 7A

Pr I Li ttewoollLtpis; UF Engineering Student Makes A\ u.t

p'h l lI Plan Annual Fair I

I; will Pupils present of Littlewood their annual School education Builds Radio, Despite His Blindness -.915 N. MAIN -5r- MOOD- FAIR SHOPPING CENTER

I, fair in the school classrooms PLENTY OF FREE PARKING

! 'I'' and library Tuesday With hobbies ranging from graduate school "no later than ". .
: from 6:45: to 9:30: p.m. I f g a. i
guitar playing to ham radio operating September, 1965. NOON
i Parents of children and other
I interested adults are invited to o membership in two He would like to work in in- OPEN, TtDj'Y.i L 7
\ attend. national honor fraternities anda dustry awhile, he says, but real- ilOAP V "
Exhibits in the fair will cover high academic average, you'd izes that "I have some preju- f -
the entire curriculum of the never guess that University of dice barriers break. a.

school program, from art to I Florida student Virgil Max Robinson "If they let me in, I feel thatI TODAY ONLY TODAY ONLY....
1 physical fitness. is blind. can be useful. -

I I The 24-year-old Dunedin resi- Robinson's professors agree i i NEW SHIPMENT! MEN'S 6" WORKSHOES '

I During ; the 19th Century, dent, blind since birth, is a I'that he is a "pleasant fellow' WOMEN'S CANVAS
, socialites'made famous such I member of Sigma Tau and Tau who works hard."
I I. C" v
watering places as Saratoga, Beta Pi national engineering John O'Malley, who has CASUALS .
I N.Y., French Lick, Ind., Hot I II I honorary fraternities, has made taught him courses in electrical
I Springs, Va., and White Sulphur the dean's list four times, and engineering, says that "exceptfor
I Springs, W. Va."Furniture. I is a senior majoring in electri- exams, in most of his classes t5. SOW NATIONALLY AT 5.95
I cal engineering. His academic he's a pretty normal student k ti MADE BYFAMOUS $ 44
That's A
Joy I ."
average is "A.
To Live With"
I T. Kundel, associate professorof xp ?
I Furthermore, he plans to earna 66 Leather
WALKERFURNITURE electrical engineering, who $ -
master's and possibly a doctor's -taught Robinson an electronic U. S. MFR. Uppers.

!i STORE degree.If devices course, said he was a f OF CANVAS Cork

I IS NW 8th A n. Ph. 373-M20 all goes well he graduatesin "keen individual. He just listens 2 PAIR Soles.I
W. Finance What V. ScU "
and remembers.
April of 1965 and entersGAINESVILLEEXCLUSIVE S
I Robinson, who has two per GoodyearWelt
cent vision and is considered

I legally blind, gets' his school- OXFORDS, Nail-Frac
work through "readers" furnished -
a. .
by the Florida Council for q ,. =
the Blind. SS S .55555 S S 55 Slightly :
He has little trouble with Irregulars 7.95.

I laboratory work, he says, and .5 5r ys C i a + '#y : Y.e Sizes 6-12
FACTORY DEALER with very strong glasses can -
read meters and gauges.
I Robinson said he had three ; ... OUR
I eye operations in infancy to cor- i UNCONDITIONALGUARANTEE Brown'

j LOOKINGFORA < ; rect the blindness, and five ON THESE Onfy"CHILDREN'S
more between the ages 5 and r -
I t 12, leaving him with about four
His Own HandiworkVirgil
I TAPE RECORDER per cent vision in one eye and TODAY ONLY- MEN'S BOOTSRED
two cent in the other. OR BLUESNEAK -
I per Robinson, a blind student in the Collegeof
TO PROVIDE FUN However, a retina detachmentin ENGINEERJEANCOMBAT, '
Engineering, works on a record player which he
j his best eye in 1954 left him
built himself.

I\II It t FOR EVERY. Ili with But only this two hasn't per stopped cent vision.him a two-speaker stereo, and a rec- 'ords, guitar playing and some

from building his own ham ord player.
, ra- practice on a banjo.A .
. ONE IN THE FAMILY? dio outfit, on which he receives] Robinson's leisure-time activities I
,1t t stations as far away as Hawaii, include listening to rec-t 1959 graduate .of the International 60

I correspondence; School,
Robinson entered the Universityin t

ran Here's Picture 1960. h CompareUp

He said he gets around the Compare Sizes to 12.95
, campus by a combination of up ,, .o g A Pair
luck, sight and a collapsible Pair$3.95 gy2 ti4o 12
\ I Of a Ghost Town walking cane.

,, 915 N. MAIN ST.
"I'm in no way abnormal,
I cg 'rw fork mimrl1I only building with its window Robinson says, "I just want to \ Food Fair Shopping Center
f panes intact. I be an engineer and I'm goingto Plenty of FREE
, I IDIOFA, Kwilu, The Congo- college it just so happensI'm Off-Street Parking
I This is a ghost town. Its sack- Soldiers with fingers on the blind and that's an incon-
ed, burned-out houses and a deserted -trigger accompanied visitors to venience sometimes.
main street look like i town.' A very old gnarledman
something out of the Old West. naked save for his loin
i Charred rags and scraps of pa- cloth, suddenly materialized.He .
per blow around the empty bowed and clapped his QUALIFY !
J So simple to operate that even the kids can enjoy recording their streets. hands but was afraid. to. ad- WOULD YOUR HOME

i own voices. Yet so versatile that even a dedicated hi-fi fan will Flowers still bloom in brilli- vance.

" enjoy using it That's the new Wollensak 1580 Stereo Tape Recorderl! ant orange bushes,, and bird The dead have been buriedat Ordinance
.Under CAA-Inspired Housing
Just touch a tab to play or record.Use it as a high-fidelity system... cries disturb the eerie silence. last. Some 300 rebel youth, ..

f. record in full stereo from any sound source. Practice musical I A at few each skinny other and stray rummage dogs snarl in drugged with hemp, were kill- Being; Considered by the City Commission?

accompaniments with sound-with-sound PRODUCT OP I the debris. ed in suicidal attacks againstthe

I recording.without compromise P.A. voice in over quality playback., features Built HfeHHtf lifVl! ished The population into the of bush 9,000 when van- local"mulele soldiers.commander," when They attacking recalled.shouted,"We the, tJ Check These Points (just a few of many similar provisions)

and performance. fcacofflPANY bands of "Jeunesse" started
I put them in common gravesin .
. three raids of terror five weeks groups of 50 or 60," he said. .J Every room must be heated to at least 4 Every bathroom must hove ventifation-
$w ago, killing those believed to 65 degrees under overage winter condi- equal to 4 square feet or forced oil[
2500I Pierre Mulele, former educa-
I WALLENSAK- from I I be government supporters and tions. blower or air conditioner.
\burning their houses. For sometime tion minister, is the leader of
t the Jeunesse occupied the the rebellion in Kwilu provincethat J Portable heating equipment is prohibi- .J Every occupant shall be responsible for''
608 N.Main I town, except for an area started last Septemberwith ted. (This would include Tilly heaters.) extermination of any insects, rodents or
around the airstrip defended bya the assassination of officials -I other pests.Bathroom .
2 St. I handful of soldiers. and destruction of brid- r Every room except kitchen, must have .
floors must be reasonably Im
I 80 feet of J
ges and ferries. By midJanuary square space.
A large Catholic mission and pervious to water wooden( floors?). -..
school were evacuated before bands openly attacked gov- I Every room must have two electrical I I wall -
J RECORDERS TAPE DECKS- the attacks started. Grass is ernment posts and mission sta outlets or one outlet and one overhead .S
\ growing in the cracks of the tions. fixture.What.

COMPLETE TAPE SUPPLIES grey charred walls of the mis- The central government com-
I _. sion But the church
missioner for Kwilu visited Idi-
i I was not touched and it is the ofa recently. "In three weeks

work.everybody We'll will be leaflets back at If Your Home Does Nol Qualify! ...

i drop to
JIM RICHARDSON ASKS HIS I invite them to return," he said.

I OPPONENT TO ANSWER THESE 1 1I I Gen. Joseph Mobutu, commander ...The City Manager could inspect it on 24

( QUESTIONS FOR ALL THE PEOPLE OF GAINESVILLE !;also on of inspection the Congolese in Kwilu army,, I hours notice. He could employ>> a contractorto

I 1. ARE YOU AN EMPLOYEE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA? I voiced even greater optimism. make repairs, bill you for it and get a lien :
I 1 "in 15 days we will finish the
'I military operation against on your home if you did not pay the bill. .
BY YOUR EMPLOYER AT HIS DISCRETION? :day we will begin our psychological

4. AS A MEMBER OF THE ISSUES (PLATFORM) COMMITTEE OF THE I f!:food to program the population, distributing," he Is This The Kind of Government We Want in Gainesville? -
,i Steel Leather Commissioner Edwin H. Andrews says "NO" and asks you
to join him in his CRUSADE against the CAA BLOC VOTE EVIL -
: Furniture Show

I, MORE FOR THE MAYOR? j To Open at UF Why Does CAA Want This Ordinance!

I leather as the newest partners
I be able condemn homes and forcc4-
.To to
.. to
THE BLOC AS THE NEW CITY MANAGER? r in contemporary furniture design -

I 6. YOU AND THE CAA STATE YOU'RE OPPOSED TO SECRET MEETINGS l opens at the University of public housing on Gainesville citizens. ..

f ( F THE BLOC WITH KEY CAA MEMBERS TO DECIDE POLICY i i. Tha exhibit, Design '64. will
:include furniture, and accessories -
selected for their
,- WHY DID THE CAA ASK ME TO LEAVE A CALLED PUBLIC MEETING I merit and their use of new ma Commissioner Andrews Is For-:
will be in
t. terials. It on display
the Social Room of Florida Union
THINK YOU'RE FOOLING? THE PUBLIC IS NOT SO GUILLIBLE AS I; from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily I 1. Using on existing housing ordinance to GAINESVILLE SUN recently said of Em-'
YOU AND THE CAA through March 15. rid the city of undesirable homes as bet- mer's success in moving 140 slum dwellers .

7. WHY DID YOU WAIT TEN YEARS BEFORE BECOMING INTERESTEDAND I ter homes become available. The ordinance into new homes Federal officials are"
The furniture from
ACTIVE IN GAINESVILLE'S AFFAIRS? comes i interested enough in accomplishments of"
II Switzerland, France, Italy, Poland has already been used extensively. Lincoln Estates to doubt the validity of f
8. WHY IS IT NECESSARY FOR YOU TO RIDE SOMEONE ELSE'S COAT- and the U.S., and is on their own criteria." :"
TAILS IN THIS ELECTION? !loan from the manufacturers.Electrical .i I 2. Aggressively supporting private enterprisein
r building low-cost housing, especially 3. Helping to create a more favorable bust.
9. WHY DIDN'T YOU WRITE YOUR OWN PLATFORM? projects like the Phil Emmer Lincoln Estates ness and.industrial climate, to give peo-
( hailed three national pie better jobs to upgrade their homes on
10. BOARD IF ELECTED, DO/YOU INTEND TO KEEP YOUR SEAT ON THE PLAN housing a magazines project as offering the bright- their own initiative instead of having

J est hope for low cost housing. The to turn to welfare.

BOARD.t Residential Commercial 1 "


VOTE FOR JIM RICHARDSONFOR C.Electrical P. Dressier Coatroct.rPhone MinorityExperimental

Adv. Frank Watson. Campaign Chairman.
9)0 N.W. 4th St. l,

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8 A Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 8, 1964 J

U. : -, .\ cnom'

I the Modern-Day 'Boss9 \" : .; .

Authority in an organizationIs = can affect men as well as ma \,

based on management knowledge Ex-GE Official chines. ,

; not just on rank or power,
He added too that man's'ethical
according to Harold F. Smiddy,
Speaks Here sense can be his most
retired vice president of

eral:;Electric who spoke in important asset.

Gainesville Friday."In Smiddy spoke at one of a

: today's complex society, terprise, be it an electric company series of bi-weekly management

he said, "managers must supervise a teaching hospital or a, seminars offered by the Uni- SEE THEM ALLMarch

:-people who are thoughtfuland cheese factory. I versity Hospital for its manage-

educated): and who, in many "In these days of complex ment personnel. He was introduced

instances know more about technological changes, all of us by L. R. Jordan, directorof

specialized subjects than their need lifetime learning," he said, the hospital and planner of

boss s.The pointing out that obsolescence the management programs. 12, 13, 14
old concept of "the boss,"

said:smiddy, is gone. "Anyone
hoping to get very far in the THE GAINESVILLEAND

management field must have a 1964 Auto ShowField's

basic! knowledge of managingas
professional kind of human ALACHUA COUNTY'SDICKINSON


Sntiddy, an executive consult

ant who was formerly president r4 Plaza

of the American Institute of Y y FOR

spoke to 80 administrative N
Management, ? :
employees at the 4q y n' GOVERNORCOMMITTEE

University of Florida Hospitaland

Clinics.He ; _.. -. _.
:told them that to have the 9 f 'S R I INVITES YOU TO : .;' I_ Ye o)

respect of the people they are f.. l' _
.. .
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leading they need to be well -/ SEE AND w.

versed in the objectives of the

enterprise."The manager. must know the : MEET Sponsored by Gainesville Auto Dealers Association 3 %

mission and objectives of his en-

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Strangle Girl Escapes Attempt Drexel Upholstered Chairs Deposits added between now and March

10, earn JNSTANT INTEREST as shown
MAtDEN, Mass. (AP)-Police against Semi-Annual Credits through

said an attempt apparently was March 31OUR -

made Friday night to stranglea IN YOUR CHOICE OF 6 STYLES at Blocker & Turnipseed

16-year-old high school sophomore

The girl, Georgia Ellis,

collapsed in the doorway of a INSTANT INTEREST
home' where she had sought!

help. .. EACH. $1,000 earns $ 2.97
Two nylon stockings were knot. only
ted around her neck. She later $99 3,000 8.92

was reported in satisfactory condition "
-at a hospital. 5,000 14.86AS

There have been 11 unsolved

stranglings of women in eastern COMPARED TOSEMIANNUAL

Massachusetts in the past 20( .

months. Knotted nylon stockings -

Were used in many of the l sr $1,000 earns Nothing


The Levy County Housing Authoritywill ( _I1
receive bids for the furnishing of 5,000 II II '
all later. materials equipment and -
service:* required to construct Low
Rent Housing Protects No. Fla-49-2A & % :T
38 until, 2:00 o'clock P.M. E.S.T. on Thyi11
Tuesday, March 17, 1964 addressed to .
County .Courthouse Bronson, Florida.
lit which time and place all bids will If that same deposit ;is not withdrawn ,
tw pubUcly opened and read aloud in \
the Courtroom of the Courthouse In until December 15, you will have earned

Branson PROJECTS, Florida.No. Ha. 49-2A & 2B In __ the following-
Chlefland Florida consisting of 37 *
dwelling buildings, containing 54 dwell- :
ing units located on five (5) sites. Tool T
Houses 'and a Management and Maintenance .i1iiI:
Building. Landscaping site ; 'i
Improvements cluded. and utilities are in- OUR INSTANT INTEREST

Proposed forms of contract docu- ..
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mentsIncluding plans and specifications $1,000 would earn $ 28.40
are on file at the office of the
Levy County Housing Authority Bron-
son, Florida, and at the office of Harry "
E. Bum Jr., ANA Architect. 1402 Prudential 3,000 85.16 -
Building Jacksonville. Florida.
Copies, of the documents may be "
obtained up to a limit of two (2) sets. 5,000 141.91AS
t>y depositing Fifty Dollars ($5000),
with the Levy County Housing Author-
ity for each set of documents so ob- COMPARED TOSEMIANNUAL -
tained. Such deposit will be refunded
to each General Contractor making a
bona fide bid to the Local Authorityat
the specified time or recognized cir.cularUlng .

plans, specifications agency who and returns other documents the- $1,000 would earn $ 11.70
In good condition within ten (10)
days after bid opening. For each set "
of documents In excess of two a deposit IL 3,000 35.10
of Fifty Dollars, ($50.00). will berequired
plus a charge of Thirty-Five "
Dollars $35.00), to cover reproductioncosts. 5,000 58.49
Subcontractors and material- yo
men and vendors may obtain the documents frLY
upon deposit of Fifty Dollars.
(S50.00), per set, plus the payment of ---- -- -
Thirty-Five Dollars ($35.00), per set to .
!over reproduction cost; $. All documents -- -
snail remain the property of the Local f s
Authority and shall' be returned to the
Office of tarn within ten (10) days after
the opening of bids. The full deposit
S :
Will be refunded for each set of documents x : .,
returned In sound and usable
condition but the Thirty-Five Dollars
$35.00). payment made to cover reproduction -
\ costs will not be refunded.
A certified check or bank draft
payable to the Levy County Housing Drop everything come f

Authority satisfactory; U.bid S.bond Government executed Bonds by the or a-rurming!We have the chairs 5 ; x

bidder arid acceptable sureties In an you've been looking for...at "
amount equal to five
per cent of the bid ii krai'SZXKK2
Shall be submitted with each bid. an unbelievably low price! In ;
Bids shall be In '
The successful bidder will be re- contemporary, Italian or French .
fluired to furnish and pay for satis *
factory performance, and payment Provincial styling, these versatile :, .
bond or'bonds. S ITALIAN I
low back chairs
Attention is called to the fact that pi -
not less than the minimum salaries comfort and dassicbeauty.
and wages set forth In the Sepcifica- roomy a..

lions The mutt Levy be County paid Housing on these Authority projects. FRENCH Choose the style you .... s st
reserves .Jive right to reject any or all prefer with either cane or j =s r
bids and.to waive any informalities In
live bidding. upholstered arms and backs.
No bids shall be withdrawn for a
period of thirty (30) days subsequent You'll marvel at the rich j
to the opening ef bids without the w.
consent of The Levy County Housing luxurious lustre of the durable .

Authority.The :LEVY COUNTY HOUSING 100% nylon warp fabrics

AUTHORITYDate available in two beautiful
: February 16, Kit ;
by Lewis Renfroe patterns... 15 deep-dyed
Lewis- Renfroe. Executive Director '
(3079) 2W 23; 3:1 twits colors!And all fabrics are : f' WELCOME
: .. .
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: protected with Scotchgard : w
You are.hereby notified that the following _
",motor vehicle: WS8 Mercury water and stain repellent, ;. _
4 Dr. Sed. ID No. SZA 519188 will be
sold at Public Sale at 9:00 ajn. o'clock making virtually I Ie
on the'14th day of March, 1964, .f
at B & G' Used Car Lot, 2001 N. w. IN peoP.' -R roof!Need we say more? ...
13th StreVf Gainesville, Florida. The OCALA AT
proceeds of the sale will be applied ,
first to the' payment of the costs of re f &
taking, stqrlng and sale of said motor
vehicle artf the cost of publication < :
notice of-.iale and then to the satisfaction CIER & TURNIPSEEDINTERIORS 1:1 .a.aIaI
0',the balance due under the J L a rsofs
contract with Donald R. Avery, 106
N. E. 20th St., Gainesville, Fla., covering -
the.'tinancing of said motor ve-
tilde. Any surplus will be paid to MEMBER FEDERAL
you and. you will remain liable for & CARPETS DEPOSIT
any balap a remaining unpaid under
aid contact.Generfl .
Corporation All Drexel Store Convenient Terms -:
B-1. M. R. MORRIS J. Ed. Blocker ,Pres.
3 X W. 2nd Place
,.. "* Florida
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Sunday, March 8, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9AII

Two Governor Candidates I.

". Campaign Here This Week II!! !!! ....

"- sY :
J.. Bud Governor candidates Fred Then he's scheduled to make bert KIng. High will be In. : ARNOLD, F. BUTT :;

King week( )to High Dickinson Campaign.Dickinson come .to.and' town 0.1,Street whistlestop Shopping talks at Center the Main at Gainesville of Florida to speak Blue to Key.members .

10:40; Central Plata Shopping FBK President Charley Wells
has, scheduled; a Center, 11:10: ; J. M., Fields, said High will speak at a 5:43:$ Has Been Working For Your Interest
Whirlwind speaking tour around 11:40'arid then he will have dinner meeting at the PrimroseInn. v ,
town beginning with a 9 a. m. lunch with friends. .
press ville conferencaj at the Gaines- ThePalm Beach On The City Plan Board
airport tomorrow. _
H County State Senator will be at TV ReportOn
From there he will go to the a reception for him at the Wo- Put Him On The Commission ..
courthouse square, where he man's Club from 2-4:30. City -
will speak at 10 a.m.. Tuesday, Miami Mayor Ro-! Viet NamThe

GREEN To Work With Byron Winn For Your Interest -.
dynamic Incidents that

I i toppled two governments in Iron Curtain I ARNOLD BUTT
j South Viet Nam and shook the
i I

I I'I I an free hour world long are television documented report in, Talk SlatedAn As Chairman of the City Plan Board, ARNOLD BUTT HAS '.

"Viet Nam Coups and Crises"on
WUFT, Channel Monday at uncensored nonpoliticalview STOOD FIRM AGAINST ANY DOWNGRADING OF YOUR RESIDENTIAL
nine o'clock. of life behind the Iron Curtain NEIGHBORHOODS --
This documentary, which covers I will be presented by Raphael GUIDED THE PLANS FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS AND PRIORITIES IN
the November 1963 coup d':I Green in the Florida Union THE BOND ISSUE ..

etat against the Diem regimeand Auditorium Tuesday at 4 p.m. I TAKEN A LEAD IN PLANNING FOR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT IN _.
,. the bloodless January, 1964
Green will narrate his film GAINESVILLE --
coup against the ruling military
junta traces the history of "Russia and Its People" in SOUGHT TO MAKE ALL HOMES FIT FOR DECENT LIVING AND TO

South Viet Nam from the timeof of person.Russians The film at work covers at scenes play, ENCOURAGE LOW-COST HOUSING DEVELOPMENT UNDER A MINIMUM ....
its partition nine years ago on the collective farms and in HOUSING CODE WITH FAIR IMPLEMENTATIONPROTECTED .
at the 17th parallel with North
Viet Nam to the recent Buddhist the city markets.A THE AREA AROUND OUR GREATEST ASSET THE UNIVERSITY -

suicidal protests. television and motion picture _-

I I nalist Pulitzer Marguerite Prizewinning Higgins jour who House producer photographer and former, Green White is As the University Architect and Planner, ARNOLD BUTT HAS ;
the Au-
covered most of the chilling turmoil on
: SAFETY COMESFIRST assesses that nation's dio-visual Education staff at EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE IN PLANNING AND SUPERVISING ='
the University of Minnesota. He
problems, and talks with U. S. travelled thousands of miles CONSTRUCTION OF COSTLY PUBLIC STRUCTURES =:
Representative Clement Zalocki alone in the Soviet Union to CONTINUOUS RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE SOUND EXPENDITURE =--
(D-Wisc.), member of the House
Foreign Affairs Committee who photograph the everyday life of OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS OF PUBLIC MONEY. =
its people. He has also travelledin .
headed the U. S. Congressional

-For folks who save'k last delegation October.to South Viet Nam and Manchuria Afghanistan.The .China, Japan, As a Candidate for the City Commission, ARNOLD BUTT

with us mprd' movie-lecture is sponsored STANDS WITH BYRON WINN FOR THE POSITIVE
0l cur mittee of the Florida Union.
I General admission is 50 cents. INSURE YOUR BOND-ISSUE DO? 4RS WITH
Cars IdenticallyLAFAYETTE Admission for students is 30
att Colo. (AP-
I 1
Dwight and David Peterson, 18- RE-ELECT
year-old identical twins, lost Wedding Date
control of their cars which BYRON
& Loan Associationof
crashed over an embankment,
Gainesville one after the other. Irene of the Netherlands and
Don Carlos de Bourbon Parma
220 NORTH MAIN STREET PH. FR 28495Free Dwight driving his mother's will be married sometime between BUTTCITY, MARCH 17TH WINN

Parking In Rear Drive-in Win J.w :ar, lost control on the gravel Whitsuntide, May 17, and
"A FEDERAL SAVINGS INSTITUTION" road and it swerved over the the first part of July the government
"Chartered and Supervised by bank. David was right behindin information service I
the United States Government" his own car. State patrolman says.
Each Account Insured Up To $10,000.For \.L.! Ramsey said the boy told
[him he seemed to freeze at the
wheel and his car, too, plungedoff
every man, woman and child in the United I the road. I I
States, there are roughly two classified ads pub-
lished in newspapers. Every year, newspapers run Dwight suffered a cut fingerbut
more than 300,000,000 classified ads. his twin escaped injury.



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lOA Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 8, 1964

I Oswald's Widow Doesn't I Oswald's Grave \

Freight DerailsIn Want Ruby to Get ChairDALLAS Still WORTH GuardedFORT Tex. (AP- Why. REUAB crEnrr E I

(AP) -Mrs. Marina someday "to do something for The gravesite of Lee Harvey you can rely on us. .ai11 II ,,;, i,, Ill 1
Oswald says she doesn't want I I America in return for the Oswald, President Kennedy's As officially franchised
Jack Ruby sent to the electric I dealers we have been ''; 'rrL''+.w
Lawtey Limits chair for killing her husband, wonderful treatment I've reSince accused assassin, is still under thoroughly trained end : ,,,: '-' "
ceived. approved to the
Lee Harvey Oswald.In 24-hour guard. BEST POSSIBLE give FAC- ,
the Nov. 22 assassination Police Chief Cato Hightowersaid TORY WORK on Type i "'.
a copyrighted,story by the writers. Adding Machinesand
LA\VTEY Nineteen cars of a northbound the cars and struck a switch, causing the Dallas Morning News, the wid- been, an estimated $68,000 has the guard will be main- other office ma- _, ,:, Q
contributed to the Russian
freight train were derailed in a freak cars to leave the track. ow of President Kennedy's accused born Marina. tained until after the Warren chines. .:
accident here Friday night, blocking trafficon Railroad derrick cars and bulldozers were assassin said she does not commission completes its investigation SPEEDY SERVICE : .: ; ,; -
brought to the scene to clear the wreckage. believe in capital punishment. of Kennedy's death. ",
the main line of the Seaboard Air Line Although the tracks were blocked for 14 hours :: ,
Railroad for about 14 hours. it was necessary to reroute traffic, Cook said. "When there is no war on, no The sea otter's decline beganin City Manager Jerry Brownlee
human being has the right to the 1740s when admitted the had considered
accident Most of the wrecked cars were loaded with shipwrecked city HANCOCK
There injuries in the ,
were no "
which resulted in smashed freight cars, pulpwood and pine stumps. This was the take another's. life, Marina Russian sailors wintered on a dropping the guard which
stacked helter-skelter in the up main part of third train derailment in the Lawtey area in said. barren island off Alaska and costs $100 a day, but agreed to I TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE';
Lawtey,up and there was no immediate estimate recent years. She said she had read some survived by eating" what they continue it after urging from I 431 N. MAIN STREET FR',5-5551
of damage in monetary terms.C. An aftermath of last night's derailment wasa and watched television news called "sea apes. the Warren commission.
series of small explosions early this morning concerning the murder trial of,
H. Cook, division superintendent for SAL, which rattled the windows of Lawtey Ruby now underway here, "but T .
said the exact cause of the derailment had homes. Lawtey Marshal M. M. Jordan said I I'm not following it all the way.
not been determined, but there was a be that refrigeration tanks in the wrecked cars I'm just interested. .
lief that a pulpwood log fell off of one of may have exploded. i'
Speaking in Russian throughan
f fI
interpreter or in broken Eng- : joJf nsen
lish, Marina said she hoped to .
I 75,000 Exiles Leave Miami I leaving March 15 for High 1 1I I .
Point, N.C., and Rodolfo Diaz, :
MIAMI Fla. (AP-The Cu the resettlement list were these who flew to Freeport Ill., e

ban refugee center has reported ,families: Radames Hernandez last week. EXCITING DESIGNER ORIGINALS .
exiles have been
that 75,000
en route by automobile to Bur- About 100,000 refugees still *
relocated from Miami to other STYLED IN A BURST OF
American cities. bank, Calif.; Flipe Planes, live in the Miami area. Il .

Honored jointly as 75,000th on I SHOE FASHION BEAUTY. I I

Gov. WallaceIn ,

Primary to VOTE in .. ./ *- ..

MADISON Wis. (AP) Ala- e t1T

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Pensacola High 46. Jax Paxon 45
I 4 Region II AA2By
Cocoa 67 Gainesville 54Region
. : ; :MOUNT DORA Santa Fel| touted Brooksville in the other tj:3 account for virtually all of Tampa Hills orough Region 81.IV Fort Myers 61

f made a stellar battle of it game Friday night. Mikell hit tJ he 59 points the winners tallid. Miami High 45. Miami Columbus 33 NIS NISSEN
: c 30 points and Ted Gottfried 20 e Class A. Region I
I Saurday night before bowing to Palatka 73 Perry Region 51 II Assistant Sports Editor

I r favored Mount Dora, 58-54, in Daytona Seabreeze Region 61, Apcpka II 53 Powerful Cocoa used its

the finals of the Class B, Region UF Downs FSU Plant City 61. Dunedin Region 53 IV height to great advantage here

3 cage tourney.The Riviera Beach 103 Haines City 53 last night and knocked Gaines
: Class B, Region I ville High to its knees
Malone 61, Jay 51 67-54, in
Rebels won their way Region II the finals of the Class AA, Re-
_4' : : into the finals Friday with a In Tennis 5-4 Madison 47. Daytona Region B.III Fath. Lopez 38 gion 2 basketball tournament.The .

54-47 victory over Florida Air Mount Dora 58, Region Santa Fe IV 54 Tigers unleashed 6-6 sophomore -

F Academy while Mount Dora I Zephyrhills 52. Arcadia 42 Bob Seemer for 32
Class C Region I
toppled Brooksville 59-55. TALLAHASSEE Florida's 1 lost his first match of the year I Campbellton 58, Greensboro 45 points and got outstanding floor

TIllS SHOT RANG TilE BELL-LOUD Santa Fe led by a point going I undefeated tennis team ran its 'when he bowed to FSU's Lex I Hilliard 66. Hastings Region 41Region II games from guards Harry Dunn
Boyd Welsch hits one for GHS in win over Boone III and Bob Stinnett.
into the final period 43-42. The record to 3-0 with a narrow 5-4 \Wood, a ranking South African Lakeld. Sta. Fe 64. Mt. Dora Bible S. 52

(Sun photo by Eddie Davis) two teams swapped baskets until -win over Florida State University :player and Tym's doubles part- Lake Placid 67 Region Immokalee IV 52 The 6-3 Dunn and 6-2 Stinnett

the final minute when the Saturday.Bill ner in U. S. competition. Wood State Tourney Pairings handled the ball with finesse
IN C-3: TOURNEY No. 1 Gator star Class AA and chipped in with 12
Mount Dora five ahead by a Tym won, 8-6. 7-5. Pensacola High vs. Hillsborough. points \
But the Cocoa vs. Miami High. apiece.
point, cashed in half of a one- Gaotrs picked up four ClASS A
of the six Palatka vs. Daytona Beach Seabreeze, Cocoa
singles matches and jumped off to a 13-9
and-one free throw situation fora
Plant City vs. Riviera Beach.
56-54 Gator GridPractice won one of the doubles for the Class B lead at the end of the first quarter -
triumph. Madison vs. Zephyrhills. Malone vs. and maintained the advantage
Hawks Win Mount Dora.
Crimson The Rebels rushed up hur- Wood teamed with Steve Guseto Class C throughout the rest of the
Campbellton vs. Lake Placid. Hilliard
. ried a shot, missed and Mount OK down Tym and Dave Bonner vs. Lakeland Santa Fe.COLLEGE. game.

Dora took the rebound to stall No. 1 UF duo, by a 6-3, 7-5 mar- Stuffs Ball

the rest of the way. Santa Fe gin.The Scemer, firing five-foot jump
HAWTHORNE Lakeland The Crimson Hawks stunnedthe Thereafter with 6-4 Mario Monte fouled at the final buzzer and With GravesThe Gators will take on Stet- Illinois Minnesota 97, 90.Wisconsin Indiana 73(9 shots and stuffing the ball in

Santa Fe a surprise winner Sharks 46-35 Friday while a Cuban refugee hitting for the winners added two extra son in DeLand tomorrow, host St.Murray Johns 89.(NY Morehead) 71. NYU 84 51 from underneath bagged seven

over Cedar Key Friday night Mount Dora eliminated Hawthorne 30 points the Crimson Hawks points after the game was over.I Whites beat the Blues yesterday Pennsylvania Wednesday and Manhattan Michigan 69 67,,Iowa Fordham 61 59 points in the first period and 10

captured the Class C, Region 51-39 in the other game. had the title in the satchel. in another scrimmage asHorida's Tulane on Saturday in their next Eastern Kentucky 94. East Tenn. 62 more in the second.
Catholic schoolin Paul Holder led the losing Fouls hurt Santa Fe as its matches. Ohio U. 82. Toledo 76 (ot) The led
3 basketball crown with a handy Santa Fe, a Gators reached the Michigan State 81. Ohio State 80 Tigers 30-23 at inter-

64-52 win over Mount Dora Lakeland raced off to a big Bulldogs with 33 points. Both three big men, Laroy Paulson, halfway point in spring grid Results: Kansas Kansas 58.State Oklahoma 88, Missouri State 68 46 mission.

Bible School Saturday night. lead in the first period 16-3. teams made 28 free throws as Richard Clemons and Bud Riv- work. SINGLES Wood defeated Marquette 98. Xavier (Ohio) 95 Mike Hartman scored in the

fouls marred the contest. iere all had four in the third ,Tym 8-6 7-5; Don Caton FSU Duke Purdue 80.76 Wake, Northwestern Forest 5? 73 early seconds of the third quarter -

period. Clemons fouled out just Coach Ray Graves said he defeated Bonner 6-2, 8-6; Steve DePaul 79. Dayton 73 to pull the Hurricanes to
ie Lakeland Santa Fe will NCAA Small College Tourney
Gator now after the final quarter started. was satisfied with the resultsof : Gardner defeated Guse 6-2. 6-2; Mideast Finals 25-30, the closest they got in the
Nips go to the state meet in Gainesville the scrimmage in that many Jerry Pfeiffer defeated Paul Akron 62. Lemoyne Eastern 32 second half.Seemer .

next weekend playing Hil- Ron Mikell hit 31 points for Gator players participated although Bennett 6-2. 6-4; Don Losman Hofstra 74, Elizabethtown Finals 61 and Stinnett pacedthe

liard at 1 p.m. Friday. Mount Dora and Ted Gottfried. ; they nursed slight in- ProfessionalCincinnati
defeated Don Monk 9-7, 6-3; 104 Baltimore 101 Tigers through the third

Southern in 11th LAKELAND-McClernam! 0-22; Monte added 12. Riviere and Richard. juries.; and Vic Stone defeated Steve Boston Philadelphia 112. Detroit 130. New 94 York 115 quarter, keeping them in a comfortable -

11-8 R. -Stanton 30; Misiaszek 0-3-3; Smith 0-3-3;, Mohler 0-1-1; ,J.3-8-14 Stanton ;- Johnson each had J3 for the Grves said the past week of Burtt, 6-1, 63.DOUBLES lead. It ended with Cocoa

4311. Totals 182864. Rebels while Paulson had a doz- work has been a good one and Wood Guse defeated Share Lead ahead by 10, 45-35.

LAKELAND Florida open- rificed both runners. Ron BIBLE, 23-7;SCHOOL Meadows- Holder 0-1-1; Williams 8-1733; Baker 0-- en and Clemons 10. has brought the Gators up to Tym Bonner, 6-3, 7-5; Ups Margin

3-3; Messick 0-22; Barton. 226. Totals, where the coaches hoped they Caton Monk defeated Pfeiffer- DORADO Puerto Rico (APArt )- Cocoa pushed the advantageto
ed its baseball season Saturdaywith Creese walked to load the bases. 12-28-52. MOUNT DORA Shively. 1-0-2; Tanner -
Florida Southern Score by quarters; 2-0-4; Mikell!, 13-5-31; McCade. 1-0-2; would be two weeks prior to Rebhuhn, 6-0, 3-6. 7-5; Gardner- Wall of Pocono Manor Pa. 51-37 early in the final quarter
a 5-1 win over Lakeland ,. ......... 16 19 12 17-64 ,Gottfried 4-4-12: Stewart. 1-0-2; Doak. 1-
College by scoring four Earl Montgomery then singledin Bible School ........ 3 17 13 19-52 3-5. Totals, 231258. the annual Orange and Blue Losman defeated Ben net t- and George Knudson of Toronto on baskets by Seemer,
Officials: Porter and Wosenske. SANTA FE Paulson 3-6-12; demons contest. 60. the
Burtt 6-4. Roger
defending champion Woodbury Dunn.
in the 11th inning to breakup I
runs two runs and after Jim Dun- 3-4-10; Riviere 5-3-13; Johnson 5-
contest. Area fans could hardly be- 3-13; Buck. 3-0-6. Totals. 191654. The Gator coach said a full- Florida's freshman ten n i steam : both shot par 72s Saturday and GHS fought back to within
a well-played can popped up Dave Porter I Score by quarters: scale scrimmage is plannednext remained undefeated withan went into a tie for the lead after seven points 52-59 late in j
final lieve it as heavily favored Ce- Mount Dora ........ 14 14 14 16--58 ,
and the
First baseman Tom Shannon singled in another dar Key succumbed to a bad Santa Fe ...... 9 16 18 11-Si week complete with kickoffs 8-1 triumph over the Baby the third round of the Puerto
opened the big frame with a run scored on a Southern out- case of tourney jitters in bow- Officials: Fort and Worley. official clock etc.Yesterday's SEminoles. Rico Open Golf Tournament. I (Continued on Page 01)

double. Bill Blomgren walked field error. to the Crimson Hawks Fri It took a stout finish by the drill was highlighted -- -

and pitcher Danny Eggart sac- Shortstop Frank Oktavec tripled ing day night. Rebels to oust Florida Air Aca- by a 33-yard pass from WIN 9th SEC TITLE IN ROW
in Southern's lone run in demy of Melbourne Friday quarterback Steve Spurrier to

the fourth after a double play The Sharks, noted all season night. halfback Allen Trammell for

UF Frosh 9 got Florida out of a jam with long for flashy play, a tenacious one White touchdown, a four-
two men on and none out. The pressing defense and a bar-. Santa Fe battled the tall Fly- yard run by Graham McKeelfor

Gators tied in the sixth on a rage of shots at the basket I ing Falcons point for point I the second and a 55-yard Gators Splash Best

Two single by Duncan, sacrifice and I played almost in slow motion through three periods leading runback of an intercepted<<: pass
Sweeps _
the last
an error on Jim Elliott's grounder. against Santa Fe. just 33-32 going into by halfback Alan Poe for the
eight minutes. I
Florida's freshman baseball Four UF hurlers limited the I At that, the Crimson Hawks third. TUSCALOOSA Ala. (CAP-I) I who won the 100-yard freestyleto 523. 6, Butch Chars, Georgia Tech 53.1.

team swept two games from fanned suffered from anxiety also and Marty Dryski the sharp- Spurrier passed to Trammell! Florida won the Southeastern become the meet's only triple- 100 rlda, Breastroke 520 (SEC-record 1. Sandy; old Chandler.record
Edison Junior College of Fort Mocs to three hits nine away from a 9-9 tie after one shooting Falcons' forward, hada for two extra points after the conference swimming champ- winner. by Farwell 1963). 2, Rod Hubbert. Florida -

Myers Friday and yesterday to and walked eight. Creese Montgomery quarter to lead 19-15 at half- blistering last half en routeto first TD, quarterback Bruce ionship for the ninth consecu- I 58.2., 4,579.Warren X Norman Jim McKay.Georgia Alabama., 1:00.5.
and Elliott each had time. of 30 Bennett ran over for two points Caghan dashed to victory in .5, Marty Kater Georgia Tech 1014.
high points.
the a game's tive final
for in
run their record to year Saturday a I. 6. Dennis Breatherton. Alabama. 1:016.
I two hits for Florida. Nine Point Lead But Santa Fe rebounded from after the second score. day of events which saw seven that event at 48.8 to beat the Florida. 104.6 (SEC record; old record

season.The Baby Gators won Friday Florida AB R H Florida S. AB R H In the first two minutes of the five points back to move Spurrier and McKeel sophomores conference records smashed. previous mark of 502. Caghanwon Vince 1:07, by Roscelli Gromaner.Georgia Florida.1:06.9.1962)3,). Justice 2.-
Creese 2bMtgomery 412 Hardy 3b 400 'I are from Johnson City two events Friday.The Baird. Georgia 1:08.3. 4. David
third it that and held for their 22-
4-3 and yesterday 7-3. I 3b 6 1 2 James 2b 400 quarter appeared ahead on Bond. Alabama. 1:09.4. 5. Doug Jones.
Held to four hits Friday the Duncan If 311 Holton c 301 perhaps Cedar Key would catch I nd victory in 26 games despite Tenn., and Lakeland, respect- Individually, the star was first record to topple was Vanderbilt, 110.. 6. John DeShazo. Alabama .
Porter 401 Huebner 3 0 0 1:105.100butterfly.i.
c p-rf I
UF got three runs in the fourth I'Elliott cf 4 0 2 Lee If 410 fire and break open the game. losing Laroy Paulson, Bud ively. Georgia Tech's Larry Caghan, in the 50-yard freestyle with Jerry Livingston. Flo.Ida. .
: .
V.orcroft ss 400 Oktavec ss 401 Bill Corbin of Florida 1:04.6 (SEC record; old record
as second baseman Mike Shirah Shannon Ib 511 Priester rf 200 Forward Jerry Beckham hit Riviere and Warren Buck on 528 by Livingston Florida 1963). 2.
II Blomgren rf 410 Sonenberg Ib 3 0 0 three free throws and a basketto fouls. 5:19.5 well under the old Ray Whitehouse Florida. 552. 3, Bob
doubled. Griffin Alabama. 56.5. 4, Dick Harman,
100 Ledlow cf 300
Yesterday, Jim Frazier, out-;Anderson p p 100 Mayer cf 101 boost the Sharks to a 24-15 I Iba to CoachU. SEC record, 5:29.1. Florida. 569. 5. Steve Helman Ken.
Clem- tucky. 57. 6. Mike Walsh Georgia. 57!.
I The Rebs led by Another
I Zabala p 100 Hardee Ib 200 were Gator Far-
fileder from Orlando got three lead at 6:19 in the third quar- 3-meter diving, Billy Ray Schmidt.
Eggart p 100 Houck p 100 ons who had 13 points and Ri- well broke his SEC mark inthe Georgia 43095. 2, Lansing Price. Florida
hits a double to spark Bowman 000 40415. ,
one X Walter Wise Vanderbilt
I b-Mtgomery 100 ter.Then the Sharks viere and Buck with 10 each. 100-yard backstroke with a 31370. 4, Jerry Chazes Florida 327.40.
the attack. Totals 38 5 9 Totals 35 1 3 collapsed.
5. Chuck Morris Vanderbilt. 31065. 6.
Braun had two hits for Edison a-ran for Ledlow In 7th Santa Fe moved Mike Moh- Coach Garnie Hatch felt San- S. Cage TeamBoulder time of 57.4. His 1963 record was Bob Karsnet Kentucky 28570.
b-lined out for Hardee In 7th ta Fe did not play up to its full 58. Sandy Chandler also of: individual mediey-l. Ray White-
on Friday and Hamilton collected Florida 000 001 000 04-5 ler into the pivot to ease the house. Florida 2:07.2 (SEC record; old
Southern 000 100 000 00-1. strain center Mario Monte capabilities against Air Acade- Florida, then smashed the SEC rcord 2:07.6. Ed Reece Florida. 19S3)
a pair yesterday. Harry Errors-Morcroft 2. James. Huebner on 2. Charlie King. Florida 2:10.1. 3. DICk
Fehrman had two hits for the Ledlow; Runs batted in-Montgomery a 6-4 cager playing with three my but attributed it to a slight Colo. (AP) Henry -,assistant coach will be selected 00-yard breaststroke record Farwell. Florida. 211.3. 4. John Holter.

UF Frosh yesterday while\2.Triples Porter.! Oktavec Oktavec;; Doubles Stolen' -bases Shannon-.,, fouls collected in the first 'f. I case of tourney fever and a (Hank) Iba, veteran Oklahoma -I after the Olympic trials at j 1t 1:04.6. The previous record Alabama.Georgia 2 2:172.:149. 6.5. David Alex Bond Patterson.Alabama -

C5; arles Stratton singled in a Duncan.plays Elliott- Montgomery.Creese Bowman Creese; Double and-I Mohler 5-11 proceeded to hustling Air Academy quintet. State University basketball St. John's University in New 1 was 1:07. 400-freestyle. 2229. relay-1 Alabama, 3.25

big three-run seventh frame. i I Shannon; Montgomery and Creese; Sacrifices -, drive through the Sharks' zone Mount Dora with 6-6 Ronnie coach Saturday was named York April 2-4. Jerry Livingston added more Peck. Putnam, Bretherton Horn (SEC

The Baby Gators will play'.I Florida_ Duncan.12. Southern Eggart;f.I .Left on bases I defense for layup shot after lay- Mikell the kingpin, outlastedSANTA head coach of the U.S. basket- points to the champion Gators' recordi 1963) 2, old Florida.record 3: Roos., Florida COrbin.
:I ip r er h so bb I shot unmolested. ball team that will compete in A 12-man squad plus six alternates team total with a first place in Hubert Livingston. 3. Vanderbilt 3:29.
virtually demons
Manatee Junior College of Bra- up FE Paulson. 2-5-9; Armaccst Forrester. Hobbs Hancock.
denton tomorrow and Tuesdayat i Biggart 2 200003Anderson 1 1 2 2 1 I I He hit two and Monte pitchedin 5-3-13; Riviere. S 0-10; Johnson. 0- the Tokyo Olympic Games next will be selected. Iba 1 the 100-yard butterfly. His 52.4 4, Georgia Tech. McKeoran VanBorrhls -
I' 300042 Holloway. .2-2; Thrasher. 0-0-0. Totals. will meet with the Olympic Ellars. Caghan. 5. Georgia 3:36.
Zabala ,in the qualifying round broke
3 at Perry Field. I 400132 two rebound shots while 172054. October. LaGrande. McElveen Patterson. Nor
p.m. Eggart (W-l-0)
committee to select the team the SEC record of 52.8. man. 6, Kentucky. 3:58.7. Roeding. No-
Huebner 7 1 04 4 JHouck Russ chairman of the Living-
Edison 100 000 110-3 8 I Mark Misiaszek added another AIR ACADEMY Dryski 10-10-30; Lyons lenberger Smith. Karsner.
(U 0-1) 443524 1-1.3; Geiger members. ston the event at 52.5.Ray .
Tavalaro. 2-1-5; Politano Basketball Committee won
from the U.S. Olympic -
UF Frosh 000 301 OOx-4 4'etter Wild pitches Biggart. Huebner 2; Hit corner. Totals. 15745.
by pitch Elliott (Huebner); Umpires ich 1-4-6; Thistle 1-1-3. who will the U.S. Lyons said plans are being Whitehouse of Floridawas Larry Caghan of Georgia
\ Lawrence ((8)) and Travis Creemire and Dukes; Time of game Continued Score by quarters: 11 13 21-54 manage made for State Tech took the spotlight Friday.
( on Page 04)) Santa Fe that a Departments clocked at 2:05.8: at qualifying -
3:10 Attendance- 00. also announced an
; squad
; Danny Orr and Ed Gross. Air Academy 6 13 13 15-4 ,
Officials: Robinson and Watson. nso d tour of Russia and for the 200-yard individual The Yellow Jacket tankman
Edison 000 000 201-3 6 UF Sports other European countries by a medley, beating the SEC rec- broke SEC records in the 50-
UF Frosh 200 010 31x-7 R
U.S. team selected from the ord of 2072. Whitehouse won yard freestyle and the 200-yard
Lawrence and Travis; Wool- CalendarTomorrow
Olympic squad. the event in 2:07.2.A : freestyle.
folk, Bekeris ((7)) and Gross. Regular Olympic squad members swift four-man Alabama Three other conference records -

who are available will be team won the 400-yard freestyle were broken by Florida.

GHS' Hahn Tennis at Stetson on the touring team plus alter- in record SEC time of 3:25.: Caghan splashed to victory in

WednesdayBaseball 2 nates necessary to fill out the Billy Ray Schmidt of Georgia the 50-yard freestyle with a 21.9

Signs VolGrid Florida Southern .: -- squad. scored a major upset in the 3 mark. This beat a record set for
'>' -' The team will leave for Eu- meter diving finals. Schmidt's Georgia in 1954. He was timedat

Grant Tennis Pennsylvania -.- rope April 18 and play eight to 430.95 points beat the defending 1:50.4 in the 200-yard freestyle

Friday 12 games in a three-week period champion, Lansing Price of breaking the 1963 markof

Three area football players Baseball at Miami : before returning to the Florida who was second with 1:57.8 set by Mike Walsh of

received college scholarshipsthe Saturday U.S. ,404.15. Georgia.

past few days to lift to four Baseball at Miami # Iba, 59, has been coaching Florida won the meet handily, Florida's Jerry Livingston, defending -
the total number of gridders Tennis Tulane Basketball for 37 years, 30 of accumulating 163 points. Ala- champion in the 200-yard

signed. I : them at Oklahoma State bama had 79 points, Vanderbilt butterfly, established a new SEC

Jimmy Hahn Gainesv lIe: Betty Clarcly: Among the titles his teams have I 63, Georgia 60, Georgia Tech mark in the qualifying round

High School tackle was given "h- : won are national collegiate -, 37, and Kentucky 16. with a 2:01 mark, breaking his
a grant by the University of Wins Event :. : record of 2:04.4
crowns at Oklahoma Statein The Alabama and Florida 1963 conference

Tennessee. ; 1945 and 1946. freshmen tied at 35 points. The Livingston then won the even!
Tackle Thomas and
Wayne Betty Clardy won the McKenzie Iba's current Oklahoma State other team totals were Tulane late with a 2:01.3.:

end Sandy Leatherwood both charter member tourney for -' .- team is battling for a second or 26, Georgia 14, Kentucky 13, Another Gator, Charlie Kina

of Santa Fe received scholar- women in the 9-hole group at third place finish in the Big Georgia Tech 8, Vanderbilt 1.freestyle1. broke the SEC record in the 200

ships to Livingston Ala., State the new Golf and Country Club Eight Conference.The yard breaststroke with a 2:235
Teachers College.In Bill Corbin, Florida.
last week. Lou Bell was runner- Olympic team will be reassembled 5:19.5 (SEC record; old record 5:29.1. The previous mark was 2:23.3:
addition there is a possi- by Jim Forrester. Vanderbilt 1963). 2. of Florida u
and Mercedes took Reece
Pearl Ed
up Moseley for training at Bob Hobbs. Vanderbilt. i:22.X 3. Jim set by
bility that halfback Kenny Thomas Forrester Vanderbilt, 5223. X Jim ..
the Beaten Four division. Consolation Harbor Hawaii, starting Sept. 1953.
5. Alex Patterson
of Santa Fe also will WalSh. Georgia 5:27.2. -
receive laurels have not been 1, Lyons said. The squad will Georgia 5.38.1. 6, Don Peck. Ala- In the 400-yard medley, Florlda's
a scholarship to living- bama, 5:44.100reestyle.1. set a Tee
determined. return to the mainland Sept. 20 Larry Caghan. Geor- four-man team
Ole Tech. 481 (SEC record old record Florida ala
; of 3:48.1.
ston.Previously, GHS' All-America Qualifying will ton t inue AS REBELS DROVE TOWARD VICTORY to play four exhibition games 502. by Patterson, Georgia. 1953). 2 3., ord time
from Arthur Hancock. Vanderbilt 49.3.
guard Jay Wilson signed, as through Tuesday for the Bill Laroy Paulson of Santa Fe tries close-in shot before leaving for Tokyo Jack Horn.. Alabama. 50.2. 4. Jim Roos (Continued on Page 01))
Oct. 1. .
Los Angeles Florida 51.8. S Jc* putnam.
expected, with Duke. Etheridge tourney. (Sun photo by Billy/ Walker)


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HomecomingQuiet One Butts'ATLANTA Lawyers Seek to Bar Trial

I LOUISVILLE, ]Ky. (AP) -, (AP) Attorneys I]([Morgan upheld Butts libel judgment -'damages was excessive. He cut charges cannot be borne out by ly accuse two innocent individuals -

I Could that really be Cassius for Wallace Butts, former but ruled that $3 million the libel judgment to $460,000. 'its action in paying Bryant. also is just another manifestation -

Clay? Louisville, long accus- I of the sum awarded for punitive-; Butts agreed to the cut but ,
Georgia football coach and athletic Schroeder denied in his motion of defendant s proudh
tomed to the boyish grin, bold : asked the court to restore the
director filed motion in
a that the testmony Bryant admitted editorial policot
boasting and comic attempts at I $3.06 million after the Post ap-
Federal Court Saturday asking and Rose was false "to thus 'sophisticated muck raking'."'
The PoetIt poetry nize the, found quiet it, hard subdued to recog-man,denial of Curtis Publishing Co.'s A. Stagg i iI 'pealed. Contradicted I falsely, inexcusably, and public- said the Schroeder motion.
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i $3.06 million libel judgment. I -
I I Seriously .last Friday that Dr. Frank A.

was the kind of a Saturday Florida poets (sportswritersto Clay was shy, even nervous, Curtis, which publishes the j Rose, president of the University -

) like to talk about. as he received a homecoming,Saturday Evening Post, asked of Alabama, recanted and ,
welcome. When friends offered!I for a new trial last week claim- III at 101 contradicted testimony given in ,

The sun was hot and friendly. Pretty girls rode bicycles him a scepter and crown that ing that testimony of two key I the Butts trial in a deposition
the University of Florida campus en route to tennis he had exhibited with flare be-
across I witnesses for Butts was false. STOCKTON, Calif. (AP) taken for Bryant's case before it,
The high whine of gasoline- ifore he became i
courts for the "anyone" game. hea'yweightiI )* was settled. I II
powered model airplanes soared across the soccer field adjacent boxing champion, he rejected Butts sued Curtis for $10 mil- Amos Alonzo Stagg, America's'grand

to Florida Field. T-shirted, Bermuda-decked and sneak- I them as "kid stuff." I I lion because of a Post article old man of football, was I'I William H. Schroeder an attorney -

claiming Butts and Paul Bryant, reported seriously ill Saturday.I for Butts, denied Curtis' :
Goose pimples rose on the i' at Hillhaven Convalescent Hos-' '
Alabama's ..
football coach conspired charges in his motion filed Saturday p"
back of his neck when his mother -: pital, where he has been a patient >
i to rig the 1962 Georgia- and said the allegations
kissed him in front of 400 '
1 1 who met his plane. Alabama football game. BIj.antalso I two years. I "constitute a continuaton of de- THE WORLD IS YOURS

persons sued for $10 million. The 101-year-old former University fendant's manifest design to trifle -

I.I I i a 1 it t Photographers had to prod of Chicago grid with this honorable court." Want to see places and sights? meet
Butts was awarded $3.06 mil- figure.sl'I
him to and urged him oft
I pose condition was attributed Curtis contends Butts gave interesting new people?
rt en to wave and smile. j ilion i by a Federal Court jury, 'Bryant information of Georgiaplays
infirmities of
I age. We everything for make
while Bryant's suit was settled can arrange you,
I ; He quietly thanked Louisville'
;, Mayor William Cowger and for 000, tax free. cian for many years, said motion last Friday said trial i handle all details. Or better still-let us book
mer Lt. Gov. Wilson Wyatt as Stagg's condition "is not criticalat testimony of both Rose and Bryant i
for a Brownell Escorted or IndependentTour
t they congratulated him on be-I I U.S. District Judge Lewis R. this time, but his kidneys are I "that Bryant at no time remembered -: you to
handballs off the concrete :
er-clad Joe Colleges whacked half of his native city and state.i not functioning properly. It is the telephone call to'

slabs adjacent to the soccer field. Cowger gave the 22-year-old Fox' 539 Set matter of uremic poisoning." a.. Butts of Sept. 16, 1962, has been Europe Holy Land Orient
Down in the hole, as they fondly call the turf at Florida I :
champion a certificate as an Stagg's condition began to as- shown to be false by a letter
Field, a spring football scrimmage was under way. "Ambassador of Good Will"from I I sume serious aspects about a from Bryant to Rose, dated Feb. Pacific Hawaii South America

Pounds and Tivo ShoesCoach Louisville and a lapel pin I i Tops League 'week ago, although he still is''((28, 1963, which Rose has admitted Around the WorldSee

40 in the form of a key to the' ;gable to sit. He has been fed intravenously -, under oath, in the aforesaid i ij I
I'j I Ed Fox of Yankees topped the( two days. He sees deposition j that he received." us for folders and complete details.

Ray Graves and his assistants, scattered from side- city.He signed a few autographs,1 T rGeneral Electric League at no visitors except the immediate -; Schroeder paid in his motion
line to sideline for vantage positions, watching for flaws and 'I Palm Lanes with 539 I I
but stopped en route to a news a on family. that the letter actually sustains World Travel Servcce

perfection.On conference room to sign a Bible games of 145140254. His 254 His wife, Stella, spends mostof the fact that Butts never gave

the sidelines, one-time Starke ace Hal Seymour, streng- for an elderly Negro woman.In was high single game. I her time with the famed j,Bryant Georgia plays. He:( 808 W. UNIV. AVE.

thened from 160 to 205 pounds in one year (oh how the the conference room, he Dalton Rogers, Alley coach, whose active football ca-;charged that Curtis had this .
line and sat with his parents and said !reer spanned 65 He fin-1 evidence at the time it paid Bryant Phone FR 6-4641 ..
Metrecal people will cringe!) stood on the 45-yard Cats, had 515; Art Catetti, In-, }-ears. '1'1 ll
rocketed punts press box high and consistently into the south he was "really thrilled ti get I jun-ears, 503; and Chuck ished his coaching here at the : the $300,000 and that it''

end zone and out of it. Those extra 40 pounds are going to home-I need the rest." Weight, Half-Pints, 500. then College of Pacific, now the --- -

have opposing safetymen backed up to the last row of the He spoke at length on his II I University the Pacific. I

new permanent stands this fall. Seymour now looks like the membership in the Black Mus-. Alley Cats had 993-915-989 His son, Dr. Paul Stagg, Isj I II' 1 rfi .

old, not new, Bobby Joe Green of the Gators of five years lim sect, saying he had found i 2899 while Yankees had a 1049 athletic director at the University .; 4 '+

ago. And he did all his kicking yesterday with two shoes "real peace." I I high game. I' of Pacific. I rs 'ass

adorning his feet. One on each foot, of course. t oxt

The first 10 minutes of practice were interesting. The Whites Newcomers Strangers Spice a

fumbled, Blues recovered, got inside the 10 but mis-fired on ,

a fourth down pass dropped in the end zone.

11 i Too Pretty To WasteThe NIT Cage Meet This Week I

Whites, quarterback by soph-to-be Steve Spurrier, rip

ped for large gains steadily. Suddenly, Spurrier dropped back NEW YORK CAP) Three 1, New Mexico, which passed ups I j The quarter-finals begain Saturday -
eluded an onrushing lineman with a sidestep, found halfback
newcomers and a couple of a possible chance to in the }
play with
Allen Trammel all alone and lonely at the 10-yard line, lofted lend I' night DePaul play-,
1 comparative strangers a ,bigger NCAA tournament bee ing the NYU-Syracuse winner i P
true But that wasn't all. .
a pass. touch of novelty to the 27th Na- I I
and Bradley playing the Miami-
four of its
cause leading players -;
Trammell caught it, faked an upcoming halfback out of tional Invitation Basketball.! St. Joe's winner. Tuesday night '

an unmentionable, left a safety man grabbing pure oxygen Tournament which begins I were ineligible under NCAA I I Duquesne will take on the :!I

and was in the end zone. They should have saved that one Thursday night. I i i rules, were seeded along with Army St. Bonaventure victor''j : :.

for SMU: or Mississippi State or LSU or Ole Miss or South New Mexico of the Western 1'the three ex champions. They I I and New Mexico will meet the 'I i

Carolina or Alabama or Auburn or Georgia or Florida Stateor Athletic Conference, Drake, :I will begin play in the quarter winner between Pitt and Drake. I

Miami. Or a bowl opponent next Minter. It was that pret which shared the Missouri Valley I finals. 'I
The semifinals will be played :
ty. Conference title and independent I
Miami the nation's highest-
Thursday night March 19
i It was satisfactory, the scrimmage, that is. Graves reminded Pittsburgh will be mak-.:scoring major college team i: the finals afternoon, I II

that a flock of UF players have been inflicted with ing their first appearances in with an average of 96.2 points I{(IMarch 21. Saturday i .t

early wounds which slowed them and the session yesterday. the post-season tournament in a game, opens the tournament II i I !

Inconsistent as the Gators may be and have been in football Madison Square Garden. Army,i(Thursday night against St. Jo- I i I ; .'

for so many, many years, the injury bug remains almost as a near neighbor, and Miami of 'seph's, twice winner over last Ii! 1

consistent as such major items as death and taxes. Florida seldom have played in 'season's NIT champion, Provi-l See '

Next week East Lynne. That's what they say in show the city. I dence. NYU, an and-out team I, I II II

business. Next week Gator football-wise it's a deal where On the other hand Bradley, 'led by Happy Hairston and Bar-!i! "HINEIGHBOR11

they start the Scoreboard clock running, line up for a kick- DePaul of Chicago and Du-| ry Kramer, meets sophomore-I

off and people with black and white striped shirts and black quesne all are former NIT win-:loaded Syracuse. I I j

baseball caps start blowing whistles and scamper around. ners. Bradley won in 1957 and I
They may do this sort of thing at Chattahoochee, too. Wear 1960 and seeks to match the rec- Army, led by Mike Sillimanof with

striped shirts, black caps and scamper around. Sometimes it ord of St. John's, the only team Louisville, plays St. Bona- .
is just a mite hard to tell the difference. to win the tournament three I i venture and Pittsburgh, with VATSONn

times. New York University, St.Joseph's I rugged Brian Generalovich, ..
I plays defensively strong Drakei PESO PLUMA
Nine years ago, going on 900, it seems now, one Gator fan of Philadelphia, St. i in the other first round -
Bonaventure :
told this new one-then-that Florida football has to be termed and Syracuse are ''
a form of Fall madness old favorites of the Garden fans. Saturday afternoon.The 10th
insanity. they call it In other SUIT by SAGNER
portions of the country. It's a 365-day thing in Gatorland.and St. Bonaventure has five Pitt-Drake game will be
this year, it will be even worse. starting players from the New televised nationally by NBC, as< JI| GuestMK. No weight to speak of. No wrinkles. No discomfort. No imita-

The year ((1964)) has lept, you know. One more day on the York metropolitan area and will the final game a week la-t tion. Just the one and only Peso Pluma by Sagner, World's

calendar to praise or damn. It's also an election campaigntime. Syracuse has three. !ter. WILBUR lightest weight suit of 33o; Dacron -ITifo; wool fabric woven

Four years ago, his first Graves could have won I by Pacific Mills. Coat and pants, $55

everything from dogcatcher to governor ((8-2-0, 13-12 over Bay- I ResultsSUNDAY FARRELL .
Bowling Kpanub feala.reeleht. Ref TV BiirllnKton tr.daitn" twUuPoct Extra
lor in the Gator Bowl). Being a football coach and a politicianare I Alachua County : ; lor polyester BMr. pants,

virtually one and the same on occasions. If Ray wants to MIXED t BUDWEISERS CLASSIC 14.95
re-elect Gator grid prestige, that 8-2-0 of 1960 will more than Gainesville Moos W L i W L I Agricultural Agent al
suffice for a campaign platform. University City Bank a 58 33 42 I Tin Cans 6t 27 i
Farm Bureau 5j 42 Sippers 5, 37 j i 6 :45 a.m.
Pyrofax Gas 58 42 Budweiser 53 43 j
It's Far Too Busch Bavarian I i 3k
1 Early 56 44 Three Buds 431', 471,41!I
Gridley Music 47 53 We-Weisers 451, so'ii i: on
Kirkpatrick & Pierson 42 58 Large Size 45's SO'.* ;I -
there is Central Fla. Tile & Marble :39'V! 0'i 'Hic-HiC
Unfortunately difference. The
a politician can 45 51
Knotts Bar :e'' 61 Funnlers :, POWERFULCHANNEL
promise and forget. What a coach promises, the fans never Belk Lindsey 34 44 I Three Hops 3414 41 51 59's I

forget. Central Fla.RESULTS Tile & Marble 4, Kirk- ,Bottled' Caps 33 59 :!r i ltop,
Truthfully, it's too early for 8-2-0 dreams. Two sets of Patrick &, Pierson Women 0: Busch Bavarian RESULTS I 12 .
3 G'ville Moose 1 ,
; University Large Size 4 Bottled
Caps 0
Three i
examinations and a halfdozenfeU of football work spring City Bank 3. Knotts Bar 1; Pyrofax I. Flops 3, Budweisers 1, Funniers. ; I. We-i i i
and fall, Gas 3, Farm Bureau I; Gridley Music Weisers 1; Tin cans 3, Hlc-Hie: 1; Sip- .
Just away. 3. Belk Llndsey 1.CHESTER. GARAGE I I pers 2, Three Buds 1. ]JI WFGATVJacksonville ::; m;j jj; ; ; :::;:::1;;:; .i::;ii;;;=;=;:::;:;:;=::;:;:;:;=;:;:;:::;:::;:: : : "
remember that yesterday the sun was hot and friendly. I
Pretty girls rode the UF Fenders I
bicycles across campus. Fancy has 57 35 'I W L I
turned Radiator 54'i 371'2I Alley Cats 32 -
to 20
spring. And everyone knows what that means. Horns 52'\* 39Vi Aces 31 21 -- -- ---- --- -- --- --- ---- -
Distributors 47 45 rtornies 29 23
Plugs 43'' 48'a Hurricanes u 26
Brown Frames 39',1 52'* Redeyes J6 26
Rejects Grid Offer Wheels 33 $4 Split Personalties 25 27 I
spares 35 57 Gutter Dusters 24 21 ATTENTION
RESULTS Alley Oops 23 29
Spares 3. Radiators 1. Horns 2'i; Seven Tens 22 30 I
Frames TJ, Fenders 3.. Plugs 1 Distributors
With The ; Strike Terrors 22 30 i
Signs SenatorsPOMPANO 3, Wheels 1.UNIVERSITY i II 1 II
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no.W L II Split Personalties 4. Gutter Dusters I
BEACH Fla. 'I Cocoa Cola 45 27 0: Alley Cats 4, Hurricanes 0 Red-'
practice while he I
discussedthe Gold Coast Restaurant 60'i 31'i eyes 4, Strike Terrors 0; Hornies X'': GROWERS !
(AP) Tommy Brown signed matter with officials of foot-'j' Old Ginnys Milwaukee Hairstylist 54 50'a 38 4i'.i Aces 1; SeVer Tens 2. Alley OoPS 2. '
with the
Washington Senators Brown's Texaco Service 49 43 I SPERRY SECOND SHIFT
Saturday, thus rejecting a ball and baseball and with his: Busch Bavarian 49 43 I W L

tempting pro football offer from attorney. After making his de-'.'First Budweiser Federal 4S 48 44 44 Pinhackers Hydncpklns 34 333 26 2611 The KILGORE I SEED COM PAN Y, a division of Asgrow Seed

the Green Bay Packers. cision, he reported for Saturday Jones-Johnson Rutherford's Jewelers 39 44'i 53 45'j SDiifter Scrapers 31 Spy 29 29'i I IStom Company, proudly announces the opening of a brand new modern store in ALA -

The 23-year-old outfielder-first morning's workout. I'G'ville Walt's Gas Servicenter Co. 32 39 60 53 ers 291 30'.11 INigntna..ks CHUA FLA. These new facilities will offer all the same fine products and
264 31\2
baseman had missed three days Morley's Sandwichs 32 60 Short Orders 27 33 :: services which are known by area growers to be the finest available anywhere. Come
Brown had wanted a clause in Holiday Inn RESULTS 31'4! 60''2 Rejects 26 34 in and see for yourself.Agricultural "

his contract giving him Cocoa Cola 4, Morley's 0: JonesJohnson I INDUSTRIAL i i
4. Rutherford's 0 Old Milwaukee .. i
Terrell ; W L
Wins permis-I
sion to quit baseball in I Holiday Inn 1; G'ville Gas 3.. Busch Bavarian -I G'ville Shopping Center 21 11 I
1; Waifs Servlcenler 3, Gold G'ville Sun 21 11 I I Supplies Pesticides
go to training camp with the Coast 1; First Federal 3. Budweiser 1; McKinney Green Inc. 21 11 !
,,Ginny's 2. Brown's 2. Pepper Printing Co. 20 12
Dreary Fight Packers if he was not satisfied!i TRIPLE TUMBLERS Piggie Park Restaurant 20 12 :

;with his qaseball progress. He I Bank of Newberry 4'i W 31'i L Servlc""aster Feed Mills 1.17 15 14Birdsey t: Custom Application Herbicides
NEW YORK (AP-Tall Ernie Ackers' Ace Electric 63 33 Paul's Auto Salvage 15 17
was second draft I I
Terrell sat there in his Walsh Barber Shop 52. Allstate Insurance 12 20 :
dressingroom 'choice in 1962, the he set S. E. Sapp Real Estate 47 49 1 WoncIert\: use Rest. 10 22 ,
in Madison Square Gar-|\ several records with"the Univer-I I Chandlers Cotton MinaMart 44'40'?' 52't 5i B&G Florida Motor Pest Control 9 I 24 23 : Fertilizers Seeds

den and surprised absolutely] no'\ sity of Maryland football team. 'I S&S Cleaners 39'I 56
Butlers Radiator Serv. 33 63 I RESULTS i| .
one. I RESULTSAce McKVmney-Gre 4. Allstate I; Ilrdi i,
"I want Cassius X," proclaimed -I i Commissioner Pete Rozell of Electric 4. Chandlers: 0; S. E. say 4, Wonderhouse 0; Paul's Auto 3,i iII 1 Plastic Films
Sapp Real Est. 3. Butlers Radiator Piggle Park 1; G'ville Shop. X Fla. Pestj I Fumigaiits
the third-ranked heavy- the National Football League Serv. 1; Bank of Newberry 3. Walsh Servicemaster 3. B&G 1; Pepper;
Barber Shop 1; SIS Cleaners 3. Cot- I Printing 2, G'ville Sun 2.
weight who had just failed told Brown Friday that he I''ton Minamart 1.

thoroughly, completely and ab- would not be eligible for foot-'t,, NIGHT OWL W L FLA. NATIONAL BANK W L I I Garden Supplies ToolsThe

lohitely-to distinguish himself, ball once he signed his baseball AFROTC 60 40
I Manor Motel 60 40 Deposits 60'i
In *a dreary, highly unprofes- contract. I SAC Ti'e < Terrazzo 51'" 4Ui Withdrawals: }t 35"1 I
Williams Thomas 54\i 4T% Forgers m i
lional 10-round decision over Brown made the Senators' Edwards Bldg. Supplies 53 47 Returns 53 43 I t
Central Fla. Office Supply 52 41 Bad Pennies sivi 44'4
Gerhard Zech.
Germany's opening day line-up last year Park Lane Cafeteria 49'i 50Vi Sliver Dollars so 46 Seed Company
"I can beat Cassius X (a ref- after he led the team in hittingin Pepin Distributors 495O' Cashiers 47 49 Kilgore
Inn 46li 53'1 Lucky Pennies
Holiday 45 51
erence to heavyweight champ spring training. He had 17 Johnson I Faris 42 51 Debits 40 56 Division of Asgrow Seed Company
Alachua General Hospital 3ni 62!) Dividends 39' 56'* Q'
Cassius Clay) any day of the hits in 116 times at bat for a Pittsburgh Plate Class 31 63 Millionaires 37 59
reek said the 5-foot-6 Terrell RESULTS Bowling Bi"' 35 61
( .147 average in two trials with ,
Pepin 4 AFROTC 0; Edwf 4. Hol- ESULTS
jvho did little to demonstrate it, the Senators and batted .228 iday Inn 0; Cent. Fla. Off Su -:Y 3, Pitts- Forgers 4. Dividends 0; Deposits 3. I U. S. 441
burph PI, e Glass 1; Williams Thomas I Bad Pennies 1; Withdrawals 3. Bowling I ,
:m the nationally televised bout with York in the Ea iern 3. Johnson & Fair 1; Alachua General I Bills 1; Debits 3. Millionaires 1; i i! ALACHUA FLORIDA
Friday night. j League. ]I Hospital Motel 3.1. S& C 1* Park Lane 3. Manor I Cashier Dollars 3.3.Returns Lucky 1. Pennies 11 Silver I i I

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unaay, March 8, i 1964 Gainesville Sun 03

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II It Used To Be 'Luke' (Appling), But Now It's 'H.F.: '

By ARTHUR DALEY 1,700 pitches that year. Don't know if he was accurate but "The best hittm' day I ever had, I reckon, was in St. Old Luke was an artist with the bat. He painted an Impressive

2friii Dark (eimrfl he coulda been. Louis. They were off old Bumper Hadley, who was rough. I enough picture to win admittance to the Hall of Fame.

BRADENTON When Lucius Benjamin Appling played "The guy I uster drive crazy was Lefty Gomez. He was usually hit a right but he pitched me so tight in the fifth
shortstop for the White Sox under Jimmie Dykes a quarter of a-goin' for his 18th or 19th victory one year and Dykes says that I pulled three doubles down the left-field line and had I
a century ago, the sharp-tongued Dykes addressed him as to him, 'you ain't gonna get it.' I'm at bat and he has me two other hits. In my last at bat I had a swing bunt to Harlond
"Luke" whenever he wasn't calling him other names, not on a three-and-two count. I've fouled off a dozen or so, waitin' Clift. It could have been my sixth hit but the official scorer
I all of which are printable. But nowadays the still irreverent for the pitch I want and Gomez is gettin' mad. called it an error. Clift was mad but he waren't nigh as madas I
Dykes uses a new rituaL Whenever he speaks to Appling, a I was. 3Y.A.Tittle
brother coach on the Athletics, Round James tops his hat, 'You little slob,' he shouts at me, 'why don't you hit
bows from the waist and addresses him as "H. F." the ball in the big ring?' "I never went for home runs 'cept once. I bet a feller
I "I foul a couple more and doggone, he's fit to be tied. Know I could hit eight in a season and I had that many by the 4th of
I'' That's an abbreviation for Hall of Fame," said the airy what he done? July. But my battin' average was li'l oP 260. So I stopped that

) Dykes. "Ever since Appling was elected to Cooperstown a 'Nuts to you,' He says and throws me a pitch-out fora nonsense and finished with my usual .300.

couple of weeks ago, he's forced me to treat him with the fourth ball. I laughed ail! the way down to first base. "Dykes he didn't like none for me to hit homers '?ause he
respect due full-fledged baseball immortal. Confidentially Joe out of the
a McCarthy comes dugout and he's steamin.
i thought it spoiled me as a hitter. The only one I hit over a
though, I'm almost as delighted as he is. No one deserved it What the hell goes on there?' He says, wanting' to take two-year stretch was line drive into the right field stands at
more and he'll be the proudest man ever inducted into the Gomez out of the game.
Comiskey Park to win a 1-0 'Cut out that he
game. baloney.
Hall. Listen to the bum. He hasn't stopped talking since he
was elected." 'He's wearing me out,' says Lefty. 'It's the only way I said to me, grumpy as all get-out. I'll tell you one thing,
could get rid of him.' We beat him. Maybe I did unsettle him though, you couldn't play for a better guy than Dykes.

Appling was leaning against the batting cage, spraying ad- some.
"Here I workin'
with him
am, and under Eddie Lopat.Can't .
vice to all hitters and chattering incessantly in his heavy "One season I'm goin' around to father-and-son dinners to
forget Lopat none. I got hit No. 2,499 and Hit No. 2,500
Georgia drawl, bright, gay and flippant. Few men are help the ball club and they were givin' only two baseballs an offen him. Each was a screamer over second base on screwballs Just bought Clete Boyer hu had
better qualified to teach the art than he. appearance for autographs. It ain't enough and I go to Harry he was silly enough to throw me" I the new Manhattan' hU washed 10 bees
Grabiner in the front office and ask for "Dora-Wlt* hlrt
Luke not only won the batting championship of the American '
I League on two occasions but over 30 years as a big leaguer dozen."We're' short of baseballs,' he says, 'I can't give you a

I he had a lifetime average of .310 with a one-season high of Oklahoma City'sTall
'I'll buy them from I
you says.
.388. He was a master manipulator with a bat and was an r
f artful spoiler who merely fouled off any pitch he didn't like. 'Go downtown and buy some,' he says.
I "The next day Billy Webb, the coach, comes out with a
I "Reckon you'd never guess the one pitch I didn't fancy," box of a dozen new balls. Team
he drawled. "It was one over the middle. I couldn't handle 'Billy,' I says, figgerin' out a way to get even fast 'I'll Cage
that as easy as the others and do with it what I wanted. A betcha a case of beer I can foul all 12 into the stands.' ir' :
feller once figgered at the end of one season that I fouled "I had fouled 11 in a row when he quit on me. c.

of the Gets New LookOklahoma
league's top backcourt

Gators' Henderson Named performers.The : k
second team has less size, I
I but as much mental ability, City (AP)-Oklahoma -'night in Dallas with the winning:

Baxley is a 5-10 guard with a City University has, on team earning a spot in the I

To All-SEC' Academic FiveNEW B average in psychology; Bag- occasion, fielded probably the 5 I NCAA Midwest regionals at 1; u-
by is a 6-4 senior with an A tallest college basketball teamin i:Wichita. I ,

average in accounting; Crad- the sport. I OCU and Creighton have met

dock is a 5-11 junior with a B The starters once averagedmore twice this season, each winningat
Jim Cold6.3'a 6-7
soph star Conley and ;I]
average in industrial man than 6-foot-7, ranging from home. !
well, Georgia Tech's towering senior Davidson tied for most i
junior center is a repeat selection points in the balloting among da. Baxley also landed a sec-I agement; the 6-7 Highley, a senior 6-5 to an even 7-0. They don't How does Bagby think the. Stirling NOII5 Warrea dean Spaha-
the Southeastern ond-team berth in 1963. is a B-plus pre-med stu- anymore. rubber game will go? I I"We've % times So
Con- Southeastern Conference
on sports i.I I dent and 6-1 senior I II fst nbrlg,(wwtwt) (Vi foct MtnratUn*"OurWte!r isarantMd
ference All Academic basket information directors. Berry,: Caldwell is lech's top re-. ; guard Ni- The reason: been looking good in never to tarn dmgy or yiliow)
ball team which also includes a second team choice in 1963, I bounder and one of its leading chols is a B-plus political sci- A 5-11 Kentuckian named Dick I practice all this week and when i I

Larry Conley of Kentucky, Bob moved up to the first five this scorers; Conley, a predentalstudent ence major. I Bagby finally recovered from a I we're playing good we can beat
Davidson of Tulane, J. W. Berry season. with a B average, wasa I First-place ballots were worth severe ankle injury that sidelined anybody" II
of Alabama and Brooks Hen key figure in Kentucky's flightto 10 points and second place him most of the first half RtIiutl.'DURA.WITE!':
derson of Florida. The 1964 second t team is com the conference crown; Dav-' votes five in the balloting. Nominations of the season. Has i i
posed of R. D. Craddock of idson, a business major witha I and balloting were Bagby, a deft ball-handler, is I Huggett ,

The 6-10 Caldwell, a B-plus inGeorgia Tech, Aubrey Nichols B average, led Tulane in scor- coordinated by Jim Dawson, Tulane the only player on the Chief'sroster i I is guaranteed to stay bright white
dustrial management of State Charles ThreeStrokeTourney
major, Mississippi ing and average more than Sports Information Editor. who is shorter than six

15 ,points per outing; Berry, a Here are the teams, with voting feet. And how does being the
i 6-4 forward, is a senior with a points in parentheses: shortest player on a team of Lead Winners in every game pick "Dura-Wrter'...and so
Balmer Returns B average in Russian studies; giants affect him? He doesn't should you "Dura-Wite!" Is the world's first white

and the 6-2 Henderson is a B mind a bit. I SINGAPORE (APBritain's) : wash-and-wear polyester shirt guaranteed to stay

student in broadcasting and one "I've been the smallest player Brian Huggett swept to a three-i I bright white, washing after washing because the

I ever since I started," he says stroke lead in the Singapore I whiteness is a permanent part of the fiber. "Dura-
As Top Soloist FIRST TEAM: "And' I'm used to it now. Of Open Golf Tournament Saturday i t' Wite!" is made of brand-new blend of 65% Kodel

Jim Caldwell, Georgia Tech E course, I get knocked around with a two-under-par 71 in the and 35% cotton that never needs ironing, stays
((70)) .Ad8 third round. Huggett's 54-hole:
bit. wrinkle-free
quite a
r JACKSONVILLE Figure .March 22. Evening performances Larry Conley, Kentucky ((70)) P Bagby, a sophomore, aver- total was 216. $5.00
skating champion, Ray Balmer, will be held Tuesday Bob Davidson, Tulane ((70)J. MWfC 23.8 Ted Ball of Australia and a, SOLD EXCLUSIVELY AT
aged points a as a
returns March 17, as the lead through Saturday at 8 with matinees W.< Berry Alabama (65)) ro freshman. young Formosan amateur, Kuo I
ing male skater of 1964 edition Brooks Henderson, Florida Chi
WwL Hsiung, were in second
of Holiday On Ice at the Jacksonville i on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. Coach Abe Lemons waited eagerly -
in i
the tournament of
place ,
Coliseum. and Sunday at 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. SECOND TEAMR. for Bagby's injury to heal one i i
the stops on the Far East win ,
Children will be admitted half D. this season and when it did,
Balmer has been with the Craddock, Georgia Tech
back in the line-up he went after ter circuit, with 219 totals. Ball:
famous ice review for seven price at the Saturday matinee ((55) had 72 and Hsiung an even par i

years and has added a fine act- and the 5 p.m. performance on Aubrey Nichols, Miss. State missing He's averaged 14 games.only 8.1 pointsper 73 over the 6,585-yard Country Free Parking on the Huge First Federal Lot
\ ing talent to his skating achieve- Sunday. ((55) Club course Saturday.The I'
ments to become one of ice- Tom Baxley Florida (50)) game, but Lemons doesn'tmind 72-hole tournament winds 225 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE.
dom's foremost personalities.Ray Tickets for Holiday On Ice of Charles Bagby, Georgia (50)) I t: and neither does Bagby. Sunday. I J
in his 1964 are on sale at the Jack- Mont Highley, Florida (40) "He makes a lot of differencein up
joined Holiday native -' ------- ------
Milwaukee, after winning c nville Coliseum and Auditor- HONORABLE M E NTION: our team," Lemons says. "Heis
the Midwest Championship and i urn and also the Hemming Ron Scharf and Bill Eidson, r our playmaker. He makes the

earning his gold medal, ice Park Ticket office. Prices: Georgia Tech; Buster Sullivan, attack go."
skating's highest award. After $3.50, $2.50 and $2, all seats re-I Alabama; Denny Shoup, Tu- "I've always scored a lot," clJZtj t. tj A6awd24i

his first season with the show, served. lane. Bagby says, "but I concentrate
I 1 i he graduated from small bit She's No. 1 on my playmaking now. We've 11

I i parts and chorus work to be- Dodgers' Davis Can Tie got probably the best shooting,
come one of Holiday's leading Eleanore Todaro won the 1 team in the nation when we're I

/ soloists. women's singles crown last .II.hitting, so I just try to set up

'i In this 19th annual Holiday Cobb for Batting Honor week in the annual city tourn- the shots." I

On Ice, Ray appears in three of ament with a fine 690 series, The Chiefs, despite an unspec-

the show's big spectaculars. The I VERO BEACH, Fla. (AP- batter against the including handicap. The trophy tacular 15-10 record, have been
first, "Barn Dance U.S.A.," affords major league attests to her victory.Sun named to the NCAA tourney.
J Tommy Davis has chance pitching of I
a to 'I
him the to
opportunity ( photo). !They meet Creighton Monday
display the tricky footwork and become the first ball player "I'm not a colorful player.Not f
tremendously powerful jumps since Ty Cobb to lead both like Willie Mays who makes

I that brought him to the top rankin i majors in hitting three years in those spectacular catches ori I: I 5
figure skating. I a row. Nobody has done that I[Willie Davis who runs fast and\I BOSTONIAN

Later, in "A Love Tale of Japan trick since the late Georgia makes those fantastic grabs.I
I Peach did it in 1917-18-19. il I'm not flashy. I do it mI
Ray skates and acts, in as easy i FOOTSAVERSfor
pantomime, a highly roman Granted the averages were at 'as I can. I try to get the jump I I c7- j
tic love scene with his leading i a slightly different level. When on the ball. That was the way! I M S{) ,

lady, Alice Quessy, to musical! : Cobb won he hit .383, .382 and Joe DLMaggio used to do it. foot support you feel I
excerpts from Puccini's Make it look easy." .
384. Tommy led both leagues
I dame Butterfly." 1\Ia'l with .346 in 1962 and .326 last Nobody has won three in a but never seeThe I
The production on ice featuring season. row in the National since Stan I r.i .,a..

"The Melodies of Victor: "Sure, I'd like to make it :Musial in 19505152. And it has I (
Herbert," seems to have been been almost a half century I
three in a row, said Davis, the tt\I.i \ ,
written especially for Balmer's since Cobb led the majors three
Angeles Dodgers' star left I i .
smooth, graceful, effortless fielder. "But that is not straight times. Tommy's bid i r y
I my
should be a high of the 1964 i fthat's
) skating. primary aim. I'm a team play. spot 'I
: Holiday On Ice will present er. You have to give yourselfup season.

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04 Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 8, 1964



Cocoa Defeats GHS' :

D tc; ;; (Continued from Page 01) took over the scoring reigns in Cocoa capitalized on 23 foul I

7 6 fr7 4 7r period but quickly dropped far- the final quarter as GHS maintained shots in the final quarter to

;'i ther behind. its 10-point( advantage. sew it up.Stinnett.
.. .. 4
r .
;1 -> Woodbury fouled out with 3:14 Martin pumped in four quick led the Cocoa scoring'

4 (- remaining, and Hartman left baskets and Hartman chippedin with 24 points, 16 of which

-- via the foul route with 59 sec with three.Hartman came via the free throw line.I

J. onds left. finished the contest I: Dunn followed with 16, and Roger -

', --, Bill Boaz paced the Hurri- with 19 points to pace the I Woodbury hit 15. i

4 cane scorers with 13 points and 'Canes, and Boyd Welsch followed Frank Kimmel, bombing the!,

:t .. Hartman and Boyd Welsch hit with 12, 10 of which basket from 35 feet, paced the I

v ,, 10 apiece. came in the first half. Wildcats with 30 points. Big 6-1 .

Cocoa's starting lineup aver- 8 junior center Pete Mitchell] \1--' .S '_ _.: .,. '.
L / '
: / : aging a towering 6-4%, consisted Hits 20 dropped in 21. : -:. --

/ : of Bert Tucker, 6-6, and Jump-shooting guard Mike .5 _
COCOA Dunn. 6-4-16; Long. 0-0-0;
Woodbury, 6-5. in addition to Schmidt paced the Braves with Seemer 2-5-9; Martin. 0-3-3; Woodbury -
Seemer Dunn and Stinnett. 20 markers, and Dave Beck 3-9-13; Stinnett 4-16-24; Burns 1-
i 1-7; Tucker 1-1-3; Rademacher 00.
: 6-3 Tallest had 10. Boone's leading scorer, Totals: 17-43-77.
PALM BEACH Prattier 1-0-2. Her-
-, J2; t Hartman and Terry Nutt were Dickie Wellon, was limited to chehahn. 2-0-4; Ounnam KM); Mitchell r
7-7-21; Yone. 3-2-; Weston. MK; Kim-
the tallest performers for GHS seven points. mel 9-12-30; Solomon 0-1-1; Worley 0

at 6-3 apiece. Cocoa pushed its record to 00.Score Totals by: 22-22-66.quarters:

Cocoa shot an amazing 66.7 a sparkling 27-2 on deadly accuracy -Cocoa 13 20 19 21-77 __
Palm Beach 16 23 12 15-66
per cent from the field, hitting from the foul line. Officials: Blair and Pace. -
22 of 33 shots. The Hurricanes I GAINESVILLE Hart man 8-3-19; S
a made -
towering Tigers Buickel 1-0-2; Morgan 3-1-7; Nun 22.
continually harrassed by the 43 of 53 free throws as 6; Martin 4-0-8; Welsch. 3-2-12; Keeter. :
IIEAVY1: : OVER THY HEAD on 0-2-2; Ryals. 0-2-2; Boa 4-1-9; Johnson \
bigger defenders, made only 19 an unbelievable 95 foul shots 0-0-0; Rick. 0-1-1; Jobe 0-0-0. Totals -
GIIS, Boone players frantically seek the elusive basketball. of 63 for 33 cent. : 271468. ;S'I
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per taken in the ----
(Sun photo by Eddie Davis) were game. I. BOONE Beck 3-4-10; Holloway. 2-
Cocoa, which ran its recordto 3-7; Schmidt 6-8-20; Heard 1-2-4; Wel
Palm Beach pumped in five Ion. 3-1-7; Bird. 3-3-9. Totals: 182117.
TRAINING CAMP ROUNDUP 28-2, meets Miami High in more field goals but could Score by quarters: NO WAY FOR RICK TO TURNER)

its first game of the state tour- I connect on only 22 of 42 free Gainesville Boone 11 16 11 9 18 9 24 23-57-68 Lakeland defenders, four of them, go up to

here next weekend. Officials Hall and Long. block
ney : Shot.
throws. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis

Giants CitfeiVotcfe WinsTUCSON COCOA Dunn 4-4-12; Seemer. 14-4- The first half was nip and
32; Martin 0-0-0, Woodbury. 2-24; Stin AREACrimS01 TEAMS ELIMINATED .
nett. 2-8-12; Burns. 0-5-5; Tucker 00. tuck with Palm Beach takinga ..-.
Totals: 22.2367.GAINESVILLE. 16-15 lead at the end of the

Ariz. (AP) -Willie comeback from a shoulder in-] Comeback? Morgan. 3-1-7; Nun- 2-3-7 Hartman.; Martin.3-4-10 1-0-2;; first period and 39-35 advantageat Hawks Victorsbound

McCovey hit a 425-foot home jury, pitched two hitless and Welsch 1-5. Totals 4-2-10: 191654.; Boa, 4-5-13; Johnson 2-- halftime. i

and Tom Haller drove in scoreless innings Saturday in a Score by quarters: Cocoa jumped into the lead
MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Gene Cocoa .... ....... 13 17 15 22-47
three rusn as the San Francisco Pittsburgh Pirate intrasquadgame. said Gainesville ..... .. ... f 14 12 19-54 early in the third quarter be-
Woodling Saturday that he"wouldn't (Continued from Page 01)) Monte the winners Five straight points at the
Giants beat the Cleveland Indians Officials: Pace and Blair. hind the spirited two guards Bob by put i I
I be afraid to attempt ahead to at 27-26. The Lake .
4-2 in a Cactus League opener a comeback" with Baltimore at Gainesville reached the fin- Stinnett and Harry Dunn. Four straight field goals pulled stay !start of the third period gave Bible
.land crew led 29-27 after three
Close ,
Saturday.San Game I 42 years of age if Manager als by bumping off Orlando Slight Margin the Crimson Hawks to 24-23 ,.periods.A I. School breathing room.

Boone 68-57 Friday night. before George Hathcox hit a i After that the Bulldogs started
Francisco 010 201 000-4 7 2 Hank Bauer should need a left- held I ,
Cleveland 020 000 000-2 7 3 SARASOTA, Fla. (APRookie ) Cocoa Beach The Tigers a slight three point play by Sharkace
trimmed Palm for the Sharks. to
handed jumper : pull gradually. leading
Shaw Garibaldi (4). Bolin (7) and pinch hitter and spot margin throughout the quarter, held! away
Don Buford who
groomed to replace Ricky Turner was
Kralick (7) 77-66 in the
Hailer Weaver (4) to
; Ramos. player this Friday opener I : 35-25 after theee periods.
and Azcue. W-Shaw. L-Weaver. Nellie Fox at second base, season. gain its finals berth. which ended 5651. A layup by Mohler and a re- to 13 points, half his season's average -
Home run-San Francisco. McCovey. I
drove in the only run for a 1.0(() Colts BlankedCOCOA The Hurricanes caught fire pulled Cedar Key to 32- I Slick guard Paul Holder U>d

Moubo LosesMESA victory as the Cuccinello's beat in the third period and pulledthe 30 with 5:59 to go. That was the winners with 18 points and

the Metro's in a Chicago White Fla. (AP) The game out of reach. Tom Blackburn Cage the last gasp for the Levy Co. Eddie Baker had 13 while Pnu

Chi Sox intra-squad Houston Colts were shut out quintet. Williams added 12. Don Oilland
Ariz. (APThe) game Saturday. GHS jumped off to a 7-2 leadin
cago Cubs landed on 20-game Saturday by their farmhands, the early minutes of play Mohler, who made all six of topped Hawthorne with nine

winner Bill Monbouquette for Hodges Happy with an assist from varsity but then fell behind, 15-16, at Coach at Dayton, Dies his field goals the last half, points.A .

four runs in the first three in- pitcher Bob Bruce. the end of the first period. The racked in two more driving lay- full house watched the two

nings and beat the Boston Red POMPANO BEACH, Fla., Rookie Larry Bohannon Dave score changed hands several DAYTON, Ohio (AP) The tion's outstanding college bas- ups, watched Beckham bit: games but had little to cheer

Sox 6-4 Saturday in their Cac- (AP)-Manager Gil Hodges reviewed -Giusti and Bruce blanked the times in the second quarter before last University of Dayton bas- ketball coaching records in his a free throw and then added an- about as both area representatives

baseball Saturday the Wash- more experienced Jimmy Adair ,. 17 at died of 38-31 Santa out of the
tus League opener. the 'Canes left the floorat ketball team coached by the seasons Dayton, other layup for a dropped run-
Boston . 000 000 013-4 6 2 ington Senators' first week of Whites on six hits and Lum
halftime nursing a 26 25 I lung cancer. He was 58. Fe lead with 3:44 to go. ning for a chance to gain a
Chicago (N) 211 000 20x-6 10 2 late Tom Blackburn finishedits
Monbouquette. Conley (4). Wood (7) and practice and said he could not Harris' rookie Grays won a 2-0() advantage. Funeral services will be held Cedar Key finally went to trip to the state meet in Gaines-

and Nixon.McDaniel Gibson (6)(7) Ellsworth.and Bertell Hobbie Ranew(4) have been more pleased. He victory in a seven inning intra- Came Out Strong scheduled season Saturday DePaul.night as here at 10 a.m. Monday at St. its pressing defense but it was ville next week.
(6)). W-Ellsworth. Monbouquette.. didn't talk much like the man- squad game. Gainesville came out strongin Paul's Episcopal Church. too little and too late.
Home run-chicago. Williams. .
FE J Stanton
ager of a last-place baseball the third quarter and quickly "That's the way Tom would The soft-spoken, popular The loss was only the secondin LAKELAND. 4-0-8; Misiaszek SANTA 1.1-3; -Monte. 8-2--
club. Blackburntold Blackburn took teams to the 24 for Cedar Key and 18; Mohler. 6-3-15; R. Stanton. 1-0-2 Totals
Angels Romp UF MermenContinued ran up a 39-28 lead. The host want it, Mrs. Libby games 20-6-46.

team led by 10, 44-34, as the university officials Friday. National Invitation Tournament snapped a 12 game winning CEDAR KEY B e c kham '.3-7.
PALM SPRING S (AP-The Wants LeftyST. ( from Page 01)) third quarter came to a close. Later in the day her husband, 10 times and wn t10 + ---. streak. Lakeland is 19-7. ,Slaughter 1-0-2. Turner.1-2-4;4513.Smith.Totals.3-3-9;111325.Hathcox.

Los Angeles Angels scored five PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) Sam Martin and Hartman who completed one of the na- championship in the 10th try, in Hornets Scrap Score by quarters:
held the old marker set last hard Lakeland 6 14 17-46
runs in the first inning, coastingto -Left-handed batters trying to 1962. Hawthorne scrapped Cedar Key 9 10 I 8-35
a 7-3 victory over the Chicago make the St. Louis Cardinal year at 3:52.6.: Blackburn Jumped from high against Bible School leadingonce Officials Huff and Ondrula.

Cubs "B" team Saturday in an team were given encourage- 50-freestyle FRIDAY'S- l, RESULTS Larry Caghan.: Geor. KNOCK ON WOOD school coaching ranks to the by 11-6 in the first period.But I BIBLE SCHOOL Holder. 6-6-18
exhibition season inaugural be- gia Tech. 21.9 (SEC record; old record Dayton job and compiled a 352- the Mount Dorans were in Bryant. 0-0-0. Allen 0-0-0; Baker 5-3-13;
ment Saturday. 22.4. Patterson of Georgia 1954). 2. Arthur Meadows. 12-4; Williams. 4412; Ad.
fore a crowd of 2,732. Hancock. Vanderbilt. 224. 3. Jack 140 record with his 17 Flyer front 12-11 at the quarter'sclose. ams 0-0-0; Messick 0-22; Wert. 0-0-0;
Chicago (N) B 001 020 000-3 8 3 Manager Johnny Keane an- Horn. Alabama 22.7. 4. Allan McElveen. teams. Bible School was erratic, Barton. OOOPickren, 0-0-0; Haskms
Los Angeles (A) 511 000 OOx-7 10 0 nounced he would like to havea Georgia. 233. 5, Joe Putman Alabama 1-0-2. Totals. 17.1751.HAWTHORNE .
Koonce Schurr (4). Slaughter (6) and 23.5. 6. Butch Ellars Georgia Tech. Blackburn died at Miami Val- in its shooting the first half Glass. 1-3-5; Atkinson -
third left-handed hitter in the 235. Women's
McBride. Navarro
Schaffor Roznovsky Wt 0-0-0; Blackwell 124. Reeves G-2-2;
(4). Duliba (6). Spring (9) and to first base- 220-butterfly/ 1. Jerry Livingston ley Hospital, where he was ad- while the Hornets made a flockof Fultz 2.3-7; Robinson 1-0-2; Baker 0-
Rodgers. MeBride. L-Koonce. daily line-up join Florida 201.3 (SEC record; old record floor mistakes and missed 3-3; Bender 23-7; Gilland. 3-3-9. Totals.
man Bill White and catcher Tim 2044. LIvingston. 1963) 2. Steve Hel mitted last Saturday. It was I 10-19-39.
man Kentucky 2117. 3, Bob Griffin. close-in shots. Mount
Rookie Hurt McCarver. Alabama 2121. 4, Dick Harman Flor the fourth time since last Sep- numerous I Score by quarters: .
da, 2135. 5. John Dora still eld 21-19 at intermis- Bible School 12 H 16--51
Hotter Alabama tember that he had been takento Hawthorne 11 8 6 14-39
2144. 6. Larry Smith. KentuCky. 2385. I
LAKELAND, Fla. (CAP-) Roseboro Hits 200-backstroke 1. Dick Farwell. Winds UpBY the hospital.In sion. Officials; Wosenske end Porter
Florida. 2081. 2. Rod Hubbert. Florida. I
Rookie catcher John Sullivan 2099. 3. Jim Forrester. Vanderbilt 212.9. September, surgery revealed -

suffered a sprained ankle when I VERO BEACH, Fla. AP) decision 4. Jim )McKay.. 5. Dennis Alabama.Rutherton 2128. (judge's Alabama that he had lung cancer, Officials Announced

he caught his foot while round- John Roseboro doubled home a 214.7. 6, Marty Kater Georgia Tech. HARRIS and tumorous tissue was removed -
215.7. JACK
ing a base during the pickoff tie-breaking run and rookie Bart 200-breaststroke 1. Charlie King i from his left lung. A few I

drill at the Detroit Tigers camp I Shirley singled home two more 223.3.Florida Ed 223.2 Reece(SEC Florida record, 1953); old. 2,record Sandy Association annual tournament weeks later he was out of the For Annual Horse ShowA
The Bowling
Saturday. lie is expected to be, Saturday as the Phil Colliers defeated Chandler, Florida 2144 3. Vince hospital, getting his team readyfor
I Roscelh. Georgia 2272. 4. Justice to successful close last weekend. There
came a
sidelined for a couple of days. the George Lederers 62I Baird. Georgia 2303. 5. Dave Bond but the 1963-64 season. list of officials for ( box seats for the three-day
the usual disappointments and I
Alabama. 231.5.
6 John Deshazo. Ala were
Coach Wayne Blackburn was in a Los Angeles Dodgers intra- bama. 233.3. the annual Gainesville Horse event with L. B. Hull in chargeof
called to Ohio late Fri- 200 freestyle1.. Larry Caghan. everybody can't win.
Dayton ,
squad ribbons and trophies.
game. Georgia Tech 150.4 (SEC record; old record In the team event on Satur, to be scorekeepers for the tour- Cedar Show here March 19-21 has been
day night by the death of his 1578 Mike Walsh Georgia 1963), Key Other appointments:
bother Tom basketball coachat Win Job 2 Bob Hobbs Vanderbilt 1525. 3 Mike; day it was a tight match down nament. announced. Brownlee-
May Entertainment -
Walsh Georgia 1553. 4 Bill Corbin
the University of Dayton. Florida. 157.3. 5. Don Peck. Alabama.I: t to the last frame of the last Closes Out The Horse Judges will be Lee Shipman, Finley Cannon, Dr. Allan Cano-
159.1. 6. Butch Ellars Georgia Tech, First Federal team
CLEARWATER Fla. AP shift. The Boerne, Texas, for saddle horse,
( ) 2002. I va; ring and equipment, S. M.
Reds 400 medley relay 1. Florida. 348.1. came out on top with a 3022. The Church league harness, roadster and equita-
Impress Manager Gene Mauch of the Whitehurst stables
Wall, Mr. ; ,
Philadelphia Phillies is toing house (SEC Chandler.record; LIvingston.old record Light 352.6.; The five happy members are, was just formed this year. This Is Winner tion; Buddy Black, Lewisburg,,I Azel Lewis, Joe Shehee Sr.,
Florida. 1963). 2 Alabama 3544, Gillis league had six 5-man teams and
Alma Newman Foye horses
TAMPA, Fla. (APManagerFred ) with thoughts of rookie third Kay. Griffin Bond Horn. 3, Georgia in Tenn., walking ; Ship Ralph Cellon Jr.; stands Walter -
said he 3557 Norman. Roscelli Walsh. McEl: Dot Bird, Mae Hill and Liz according to any bowler Western Appaloosa, Mor!
was baseman Richie Allen's place in Cedar man Lee and grounds
veen. 4, Vanderbilt, 403.1. Lobenann. the league, all enjoyed a fine Key, a four-year-old I ; parking ,
especially impressed with the the line-up if he makes it. Laird Armacost. Jones. 5, Georgia: 211eman. Florida-bred horse named after i gan and Arabian classes; Tony Joe Crevasse; publicity, Mrs.

performance of two rookies out- Allen, who will be 22 Monday, Akenhead.Tech. 411. 6.Kater.Kentucky Schultz., 415,Vandorvis.Hellman The other teams finishing in year keen individual of fun, fellowship and in the Levy Co. fishing city, won Wallace, Landrum. S. C., Hun- I'Barton Douglas, Dr. E. B.

fielder Mel Queen and third must beat out veteran Don Roeding. Smith Nollenberger. the money were Lucky Strikers, competition half ter and Jumper division. concessions Lions
Low board the first of the $175,000 San Wright; ,
diving. one meter Lan Coca Cola the ten-pin sport. It is hopedby
baseman Chico Ruiz, as the Cincinnati Jaok, who has been given permission sing. 43405.Price 2.Florida Billy Ray defending Schmidt champion Geor-,: Barkley Motors Restaurant.The this charter year's officers Juan Capistrano Handicap at Jack Bashaw, Jacksonville, Club; ribbon girls, Mrs. Robert
Gold Coast
Reds went through more by Mauch to set his gia. 400.30. 3. Jay C h a v es. Florida. and members that the league Santa Anita race track yester- will be master of ceremonies. Johnson, Mrs. Walter Lee, Mrs.
batting drills Saturday. own training 34505. 4, Walter Wise Vanderbilt. doubles event was justas 0. H. Thomas Mrs. L. B. Hull
pace.MOU11(1 Ringmasters will Ralph ,
34015. 5. Bill Clinger Florida 29880. the team event, may enlarge to 10 or 12 teams
6. Huck Morris. Vanderbilt 28205. exciting as down to the for the 1964-65 season. day.The horse, by Fair Ruler out Hayes, Lindley Cellon, Ralph i'Mrs. A. F. McDavid; clubhouse,
Extra WorkFORT 'it went right
HelpWEST of the latter Cellon and Milton Brownlee.Mrs. Mrs. Holland; sound, Angus
wire but Carolyn Crist and Pat The league was headed by Military Lady, by

LAUDERDALE, Fla., PALM BEACH, Fla. Williams beat off all challengers -President Dr. Dick Guentherof War Admiral. If Lillian Gibson and Roy Merritt; extra attractions Hull,

(AP)-Manager Yogi Berra or- (AP-Manager) Bobb Bragan Friday'sCage with a 1295 series. First Methodist; Vice Presi- Cedar Key, which won its first,Wolfe will serve as organists.Dr. Dr. Christoffers.The Horse
Alachua Co.
for dered the an New additional York Yankees hour of work Sat- will be looking for help for his Others placing were Dot Cooper dent, Bob Pyle of First Naza- race in three tries this year after D. M. Christoffers, Key- Association and the Riding Gainesville

pitching staff when his Milwaukee and Maida Griffin; Foye rene; and Secretary-Treasurer finishing second and thirdin stone Heights is show chair-'High School Activities AssociaI t I
the session
urday from two, extending hours to three. He said Braves meet their Denver Gills and Dot Bird; Lorriane Jack Morgan of Highlands Pres- other starts. The horse paid man with Dr. Karl Owens, official -tion are co-sponsors. The GHS

be wanted to be farm club in West Palm Beach Maggard and Flo Wooten; byterian. $8.801.80 and $3.80 as second veterinarian. John Pend- will handle ticket sales.
sure everybody group
Results Ward and Mather- The following league awards choice in the wagering. Man- Williston will be the offi-
Is ready for the exhibition opener Sunday. Joyce Mary ray, They are priced at $1 for adults
on March 14. Bragan plans to use six of son; Charlotte McElwain and were presented to: First Me- uel Ycaza was the jockey. cial farrior. Mrs. Judy Hull and 50 cents for students.

his more promising pitchersKen HIGH SCHOOL Alice Resch; Joyce Nietrieb and thodist, league champions. Last year, Cedar Key won the Davis will serve as corresponding Members of the two groups

Law Healthy Nixon, Clay Carroll, Dick TournamentsClass AA Region 1 Gay Arnold; Jeanette Dee and Team members were D. Guen- New Boston Handicap at Suffolk secretary. held a workday yesterday at

Smith Dick Kelley Jerry Hum- Pensacola High is. Jax Lee 47 Shelby Good.Singles. ther, R. P. Mathison B. Cald- Downs and the Dixie Handi- Show secretaries will be Mrs. the Waldo Road showgrounds.The .
{ FORT MYERS PL AP I Jax Paxon 76. Panama City Rutherford well, H. Bevis, Reed Morris.
) mitzsch and Wade Blasingame. I 64 cap at Pimlico. Arthur Thompson High Springs; grounds were cleaned, ring
Vernon Law, trying to make a Region 2 Star High average, Herb Bevis, The horse is Arthur Thompson High
Cocoa 77. Palm Beach 6i owned by Jerry Springs; cleared, fences and stands
. Gainesville 68.Region Orlando 3 Boone 57 First Methodist 170; high set Basta who secured it in a claiming Mrs. Joe Holland Mrs. David painted and stables readied for

Fort Myers 79. Winter Haven 62 Eleanor Todaro is the new handicap T. Burroughs, High- race. He picked up $53,100 Cofrin and Robert Johnson. the expected invasion of 300

Rodney W Oll't Play Hillsborough 57.Region Boca 4 Ciega 55 singles champion with a 690. lands Presbyterian No. 1 700; as his share of the purse. Dr. David Cofrin will handle horses week after next.
Miami Columbus 44. Fort Lauderdale 41 In the money were Lynn Johnson Most improved bowler, Rev. D.
Miami High 64 Hollywood McArthur 47 Gerald Advent Christian 12
Class A Region I Jeanne Leland, Dot Bird, ,
Palatka 61. Mananna 52 Culbreath pins; second place team, Ad-
Svonne ,
Girl on Team Perry 60 Milton 54 Soper, Mary
Region J Dot Cooper, Rita Welsh, Mag- vent Christian.
Seabreeze 70. New Smyrna Beach 37 The league hopes when the
Roberts and Martin.
Apopka 56. gi Patsy
MIAMI (AP) All because of a girl, Rodney Mandel- 3 Dot Bird all-events champion call goes out to organize the

stain, University of Miami's No. 1 tennis player, says he- Plant )City 67. Bishop Barry 64 (overtime with was 1937 nine set Church league for the 1964-65
and maybe the rest of the Dunedin 89. Charlotte 74 a game
squad-refuse to play intercollegiate Region 4 with handicap and Bette season that several more chur-

tennis. Riviera Beach 63. Kathleen 31 all-events champion ches in the city will respondand

The girl is pretty 20-year-old( Fern Lee (Peachy) Kellmeyer Haines City CUss 62. B Hollywood, Region IJay Chaminade 52 Sprow scratch was with 1635. Other make this one of the finest i-i _

named No. 7 player on the squad by Coach Dale Lewis. Malone 76. Chattahoochec 59. Vernon 46 66 winners in all-events were Ruth leagues in Gainesville. :
Peachy is the first female
to compete against males in Region 2
Daytona Beach Father Resch, Irene Kirby, Joyce OfficersNew
university athletics and Mandelstam, for one, doesn't likeit. Florida High 39 45. Tallahassee Ward.

Madison $1. MacClenny 51 officers for the Men's

"For years tennis has been striving to overcome the notion Santa Fe 54. Florida Region Air 3 Academy 47 One of the highlights of the City Association will be elect- _

it's a sissy game." Madelstam said. "This will set it all the Mounta Dora 59.Region Brooksville 4 55 tournament was a difficult split ed tonight at Palm Lanes at _

way back. I would rather lose than win with a girl." ephyrhills 44. Pahokee 43 (the 4-7-9-10) picked up by Do- 8:00. All team captains and officers

Mandelstam, from Johannesburg, South Africa, further Arcadia 52.Class Jupiter C 48 Region(overtime 1 ) lores Pierce of the Bank of please attend. The nominating : r

says he "did not come 10,000 miles to play on a team witha Greensboro Campbellton 57 68.Laurel Sopchoppy Hill 48 62 Newberry. committee has come __

girl It makes a mockery of the team. For instance, we Regi H 2 Alma Newman will receive a up with these following names: _

play army this season. What if some West Pointer came Hastings Hilliard 81.68.Mayo Jennings 68 65 145 triplicate award from the For President; Paul Good, Max ; ;i' ___ :

down here and got beat by Peachy? Can Region 3 WIBC and likewise Bette Sprow Petzold Tim Scott Vice Pres- ? 0
you imagine Lakeland Santa Fe ,
46. Cedar
the reaction when he returned and confessed he'd been beaten Key 35 will receive an award for her .dent; Jim Blockier, Merrill -
by a girl?" Mount tftome Dora 39 Bible School 51. Haw- dutch 200 game. Parker, Dick Underwood. Se- '

Coach Lewis shrugs off Mandelstam's comments as "strict- Irnmo alee 46 Region Frostproof 4 42 An all spare game was rolled cretary-treasurer; Ken Linds- -J! __ __ ____

ly one boy's opinion" and said he had no intention of removing Lake Placid 68 COLLEGE, Miami St. Patrick's 55 by Toby Rutledge.Dot Iy, Bob Stuebe and the boardof
from the
Peachy squad. Providence 72. Brown 67 Cooper joined the Century directors which are postedat
Syracuse 5$. Conn. 49
The No. 1 player said however, "I know the feelings of Wichita 58. Drake 60 Club by bowling 100 pins Palm Lanes.

the fellows" on the team. I spoke to each one and all felt Oregon Colo. St.60.68.Air Regis Force 56 59 over her average. This week's high score goes

insulted. Mandelstam said his feelings were not "derogatory Washington 57. Wash. St. 52 Lee Green would like to give to Alma Newman for a fine 617 _

to Peachy she would be an asset to any woman's team. UCLA Stanford 91.61.So.Calif.Calf.59 59 at her thanks and appreciation to series. And good shooting to THIS FOR A BEHIND-TilE-BACK PASS? i1I0""S 1

It's the principle of the thing." Duke 65. No. Carolina 49 all of the men that took timeout Tom Dobson Jr. for his 595
Wake Forest U. Clemson 64 from Bible School's Edwin Baker really lost coutrol of it. I
Evansville 64. So. Illinois 59 busy schedule set. (few .Mr ky Tommy Uwti !

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t e i.,1 L.lca i-MIle LLOya awl C_ 1 TALLAHASSEE The big'March 20 Cincinnati; March 25, Houston; .New York Yankees; March 17. Baltimore Chicago; April 3, Houston, April t
I March 26. Los Angeles; March 29, ; March 21, Minnesota; March 24. Los Angeles April 8. St. Louis; April.
----- -------/ i icoMa.L' gest spring training season in Chicago March 30 Cincinnati March'i>Minnesota; March 29 Kansas City; ; 10, Washington April 11. Milwaukee.
r < I ii 31; Milwaukee; April 1, New York 'March 31, Los Angeles April 2, New;
In 20s'I the history of Florida's Grape ,, Yankees; April 5, Philadelphia; ,York Mets; April 7, Detroit; April 9, 1 Philadelphia Philliesi
April 1. Kansas City. *St. Louis Cardinals April 10, Milwaukee; i i i (Clearwater
16C"D- I fruit League gets under way, {'April 11, Oklahoma City. March 14 Houston, March ts17M De
I March 14 when 15 Kansas City Athletics Milwad.ee rrcies 'troit; March 18, New York I
major league ,
i BradentM) (West Palm Belch) .19 Washington; March 20 Houston
By MURRAY CHASS IPCaS CCK.'JllIII toMo1CCTCLa baseball clubs begin play in a. 1 March 15. Was>'ngton; March 16. Bal March 21, Washington; March 22 Pittsburgh
DL/T I March 14. Pittsburgh; March 20 timore; March 17 Kansas City; March ; March 26. St. Louis March 33
! Associated Press Sports Writer '4tMa Z. II I 198-game schedule. j Washington; March 21, St. Louis> ,118. Minnesota; March 19. Los Angeles 'Minnesota; March 30. New York Van
16YJ' Ii March 23. Cincinnati 25. St.
; March 'March 20 New York Yankees March trees; March 31. Cincinnati; April 2
financial differences with }__,_ +uef Louis March 26. Chicago March :28. 122. Los Angeles; March 23. Detroit Kansas City April 4. Houston; Apr!,
arneex exhibition series kicks off
Minnesota settled Camito Pas- i The Los Angeles; March :;0. Milwaukee; ', March 24, Pltrsburg; March 24, Cln- 6, Cincinnati, April 9, Los Angeles.Pittsbul'lll .
.uda.DD sa m4'lea \March 31. New York Yankee 3.
; April .
a. on with eight games scheduled, ClnnatiApril 1. Chicago April 4. Pirates
cual turned his concentration today I Philadelphia; April 5, Houston; April 6, Houston April 8.
i Washington; April ; (Fort Myers)
the Cincinnati Reds 6. Detroit April 7. New York Mets. '
} a4 *e including vs. ; Washington. March 15. Kansas City, March 17
\ toward becoming the first 14S' et !cye rr4sz a rhea Loa a
i, ryy sq"S the White Sox at Sarasota; the ;, Minnesota Twins (Washington, March 20 Chicago. March
r American League pitcher in 10) c' v II, ) Minnesota Twins vs. the Detroit :, (Cocoa) March 15 Detroit; March 16, Cincinnati ,Yankees; March 23, Houston; March
to win
years 20 or March 15. Philadelphia; March 16. ,
more games j 29 Philadelphia; April 1. Baltimore
at Lakeland the Pittsburgh ; March 21. Milwaukee March 22
Tigers -
; I April 2, Milwaukee April 3. St. Louis
in three consecutive seasons. 'I Washington; March _23 New York ; ;
; Pirates vs. the Kansas, Mets; March 25. Chicago; March 26. April 4. Detroit; April 6. Minnesota, April
I .
8. Los Ange'es.St
I Baltimore; March 29 Los Angeles
City Athletics at Bradenton: the 1.March 30. Pittsburgh; March 31. Philadelphia st. Louis Cardinals
The Twins' sparkling right-! St. Louis Cardinals vs. the New Indiana Fives April 2, New York Yankees I (St. Petersburg)
hander his I April 3. Milwaukee April 4, Kans.sICily March 14 New York Mets; March
signed '
contract Friday -I York ;Mets at St. Petersburg: ; April 7. Washington; April 8, 15, New York Mets March 1$. Detroit
I, after spirited negotiations j HERE'S COURSE CYCLISTS WILL USE AT DAYTON I Houston. i' March 19. Cincinnati; March 20. New
the Baltimore Orioles the IS'iiie
I vs. Play ((9)) I New York Mets York Mets; March 23. Houston; March
with club President Calvin Motorcycles take over tomorrow through March 15; New York Yankees at Fort Lau- I (St. Petersburg) '24. Kansas City; March 28, New York
Griffith. Pascual said he i March 14. St. Louis; March 15. St. Yankees; March 29. Milwaukee March
received derdale, the Houston Colt 45'svs. (I I Louis; March 16. Philadelphia; March 30. Chicago April 1. Philadelphia" ; April
$7,500 raise, giving him' Overtimes! i[17 Los Angeles; Merch 20. St Louis; : 2. Los Angeles; Aoril 4. New York
the at
$46,500 for Four National Winners Philadelphia March 21, Chicago; March 22. Houston; l Mets; April 5. New York Mets; April'
1964. Clearwater, and the Milwaukee March 25. Philadelphia; March 26 6. Baltimore; April 7. Pittsburgh.Washington .
MARION, Ind. (AP>-Swaj-. New York Yankees; March 31. Pittsburgh Senators
The 20-game feat the Cuban Braves"s.. the Washington Senators ; April 3. Detroit; April 4, St.I I (Pompano Beach
,zee and Libert Center set a Louis; April 5. St. Louis; April t, Kan.sas March 14 Milwaukee. '; March 16. Kansas
native could achieve isn't rare : I at Pompano Beach. longevity i record for Indiana City; April 9. Minresota.New City; March 23. Los Ange'es! March
York Yankees 'I54. Detroit; MarCh 26. Pittsburgh;
by any means. But 10 jears'': In Daytona 'Cycle Race I Actual spring training work-,day, playing nine overtime per- (Fort Lauderdale) 'March 27 Houston; March 29. New
without such ) I March 14, Baltimore: March 17 Min York Mets; March 30. Baltimore; AprilI
an accomplishment outs begin Monday, March 2, in iods before Swayzee won 63- nesota March It, Kansas City; March Chicago; April 3, Chicago AorH i
is. 61 in the Marion Regional tour- 19, Pittsburgh; March 21, Los Angeles; Milwaukee, April 9, New York Yan
I I all But other than intra-,
camps. March 22. Detroit; March 24 New York
Bob Lemon was the last DAYTON BEACH All''among them are all the top with its long straights, high- squad affairs, no official exhibition ney of the annual state cham- Mets; March 25. Cincinnati; April 4, keesdenotes night games).
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American Leaguer to do it, win I'four winners of the national'r I riders of the nation, includingDick :banked turns, and winding infield -r games will take place until -i i pionship.

ning 22, 21 and 23 games in championship races a year agog :Mann, Grand National I road. The highest speedsin i the March 14, starting date. I The record
previous was a
I will be back at International the of the. DO YOU KNOW
Daytona 27-year history The Houston Colt 45's, transferring -
1952-53-54. He also did it in Champion; George Roeder, run-I seven overtime marathon in
Speedway next week AMA: Classics are expected,! their from
I operation
19484950. I ner up to Mann; Roger Rei- which Camden defeated
to in the 1964 American with the bikes
compete : big travelling I
I Arizona to Florida, have estab-
winner of the 1961
man, race,
22-19 in 1938 sectional
Pascual won 21 and lost nine! Motorcycle Associat f ion and Bart Markel, former Grand '!,140 miles per hour on the'lished headquarters at Cocoa. a tourney THE ANSWERS !

last season after finishing 20-11(:Classics. But two of them, Ed National Champ.All backstretch. I This gives Florida 15 out of the game.

in 1962. His 2.47 earned run av-I:Moran of New Jersey, and Buddy -, I Total prize money posted for training. : Swayzee and liberty center

erage in 1963 was the third'' Stubbs, California, will race: the races will be run the four events tops $19,000. were tied 52-52 at the end of reg-

lowest in the league and the best !in higher categories. j over the Speedway's full 3.81-! The Speedway opens for practice -I In 1963 a new attendance rec- ular time. Neither scored in the

for a right-hander. 11 :Moran, winner of the novice mile track and road course,| on Monday, March 9. ord of 413,853 was set for the first six overtimes as they held d -
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'race in 1963, has advanced to' Grapefruit League, and this for last-second shots and

The 30-year-old hurler also I the amateur ranks, and Stubbs, I mark may be surpassed this 1 missed. 0r
led the league in strikeouts for
) O'Hara LoiversIndoor season with the addition of the
victory in the amateur race, 0o
the third consecutive season, i Colt 45's in the circuit. Liberty Center got two free When it's a question:: of
will make his debut with the
fanning 202 batters. j The complete home schedule throws in the seven overtime (i '
experts. banking you'll( find
I for each team in Florida but field tied the ,
training a Swayzee goal
The New'y
spring season for the Dick Hammer, who outclassed S.a
rk Mets RecordCHICAGO : i count at 54-54. ; y\ that the Florida National -
began Friday nightin his field in the battle of 250; ; .
i Los Angeles Dodgers t le
typical Mets' fashon. They I I cc machines, will defend his' (Vero Beach) Both teams gave up caution in / 1 provides the perfect -

Ion 6to the Mexco City Redsin title in that event, and Ralph:( waukee.March:' 18 March, Baltimore:0. New; March York 25 Vets.Mil ; the eighth extra period and '

t-! e first of three exhibitiong White, who took the checkered I II (AP AmazingTom quarter in 53.1 and hit the half April April 1.1,New Minnesota York Yankees.; 'April 3, Cincinnati; scored five points apiece for a answer every time,

tees in that city. I I flag in the feature event, the"Daytona O'Hara lowered his own in,I with a sizzling 1:58.8. Baltimore Orioles ( 59-59 tie.Swayzee. ', Join the many busy people who "bank" on us for
200," will try to door mile record to 3:56.4: Fri-; (Miami)
i March 15 New York Yankees March
The game was played before make it two in a row in Arnerjcas ;day night! and confidently an-:,' Irons dropped back andO'Hara's ,19. Minnesota; March 20. Los Angeles won in the ninth overtime expert one-stop service with all their banking needs
2'.QOO screaming fans in a stadium : most feared opponentIon I March 21. Detroit March 22 Los An-
nounced he six points to Liberty
richest and possiblycould have ,
longest, dries; March 25 Pi1sMnph: : t
whose name perhaps offered most important bike race. [run two seconds faster.A j i the board oval, Jim Grelle of New York Mets;* March 23, :cO'k Center's two.Send Come in for prompt courteous service.
a suggestion for Mets' Manager the Los Angeles Track Club, 'I Mets;* March 29. Houston; March 31.
i Top Opposition Washington: >> ; April 2. Chicago Aorll 3.
Social Chicago Stadium crowd of moved New York Yankees April 4, *
Casey Stengel Security up. Chicago;
These four winners face tremendous Savings Checking
I I' April 5 Los Angeles; April 1 Milwaukee. -
Park. 13.307-a record turnout for the : legrctsLAUSA1
opposition. In the Amateur ,', Then O'Hara opened up, pass
I I race of 100 miles on Chicago Daily News Relays- ing the three-quarters in a re- I I|' Chicago Sarastoa White Sax Switzerland Safe Deposit Drive-in Banking
cheered the frail looking, 21- March 14 Cincinnati March 16. Pittsburgh
; -
markable 2593. At this I
Trainer Friday, :March 13, :Moran will point, ; March 18, WeshlrvjJon; March
(APi-The International
Olympic '
year-old of Window Auto Loans
Chicago sen- I Walk-up
line-up against 101 rivals, and Loyola Grelle was a beaten man. 19, Houston; Mprch 22 St. Louis March I
ior to his blistering effort. 2::, Ph'ladalph'a.arch 24 Los Angeles -. Committee sent its "deepessympathy"
Hammer will be opposed by 137 : O'Hara just cruised the final ; March 27, New York Yankees
to te
{ (Marcii; 28, Detroit; March :31, St. Louis; Saturday King
440 in 56.6.
Under top amateurs and experts in Three weeks ago the 13o-pound'!{' ',April 5, M:nne-cta; April 6, New York :Constantine{ of Greece on th

1 Saturday's 100 miler for the O'Hara knocked two seconds off'! "I honestly think I could have Mets; April 7,Cincinnati Baltimore: Reds I death of his father, King Paul. -F1e>ricI
bill i 'run at one second faster '
250 cc bikes. Saturday's Jim Beatty's indoor mark witha (Tampa)
: The is member ol
March 15, Chicago: ; March 17. St. new king a
Suspension I also includes a 76-mile race,II 356.5 in the New York AC and possibly two; said O'Hara, : Lcuis, March IS, Houston; March 17 St. IOC and also won the gold medal NATIONAL BANK AT GAiSESVilLE
the novices, and 158:Games at Madison whose last indoor mile of the Kansas City; March 24 Philadelphia;
i,I among : Square March 28. Milwaukee; March 29, New in Dragon Class yachting al t
have entered. This event will Garden. i|:season will be in Cleveland next;York Yankees; April 1. New York
MIAMI. Fla. AP) Horatio j iI I i IVets; April 2, Detroit, April' t, LosAngeles ; the 1960 Olympics.
be in four heats with the I Saturday."I I
run April 5 Pittsburgh; April 7, .
Luro, one of America's best-'' Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Member Florida:
Last week! in the Knights of felt extra at the end. Philadelphia April 8. Baltimore.
'first 15 finishers in each heat' good 1 ; The telegram was signed by Nafi, nal Group Member Federal Reserve with Nation-Wide
known horse Detroit
trainers Tigers I
was un- Columbus ,
!battling it out in the final. Meet in the Garden That first quarter was my best (Lakeland) the Committee's president, Avery Facilit es.
der suspension today pending1 The "Dajtona 200," worth he did 3:58.5: setting an indoor :because of the terrific pace by March 14, Minnesota, ; March 16. St. Brundage of Chicago.
LouiMarcii! 19 New York Ve.s; ;
of _.
an investigation a drug found 1,500-meter mark of 3:43.6: I -- -- -- -- -
$12,000 in prizes and 101 Grand en Irons. Around the half mile
in the urine of one of his horses. route. I
'mark I decided to make
National championship points, I my
Luro, trainer of Northern ,will be raced Sunday, March I He passed the 1.500 juncturein move because I wanted to open.

Dancer one of the early Ken- : 15, and White will have to beat ,, 3:41.6: Friday night. \up as big a lead as possible on IA.gar-1e

tucky Derby favorites, was sus- 97 rivals to make it two in a'' Not until just before the race Grelle, who has a tremendous

pended Friday by Gulfstream'! row. The experts are drawn did the red haired Irish lad : final kick. _

Park stewards after the drug i'from 22 states and Canada, and'Tiny' know that Jim Irons of the Toronto -| "I knew all through the race _

procaine was found in urine of ,l Olympic Club was in the that I could run faster if I want

Gay Lothario, winner of the l field primarily to pace him ed to let out."

10th race on Wednesday's open- Lund through the first half mile No other meet records fell

ing program. and what a job Irons did. '!The pole vault mark of 16 feel

Fast Quarter was tied by C. K. Yang of Pasadena -

Northern Dancer winner of To With Irons showing the way, l Calif., and Henry Wads-

the Flamingo Stakes at Hialeah Compete ,O'Hara swung through the first ,worth, :Miami Fla.

last Tuesday was not involved. I II .;.;;;;;;.. =--- --_ - !
I. -_-",- "..iWANTED r2f
Luro, who has trained such : At Sebriiig

horses as Decidedly and Victoria 1
't !
Park, was ordered to appear I I II
before Gulfstream Park I SEBRING Latest star of

stewards Tuesday. i the auto racing champion drive MEN WOMEN |II

ers of the world to sign in for
from ages 18 to 52 Preparenow some cases only one out of five .
/ "He really had nothing to do the Sebring 12-hour endurance

I'' with it," said Dr. Francis South- race, Saturday March 21, is for U. S. Civil Service job pass. I

I ard, veterinarian who said he of America's famous openings in this area during Lincoln Service helps thousands !
a one most the next 12 months. prepare for these tests every \
I had been treating Gay Lothario and heroic big car oval pilots, I year. It is one of the lorsest:; I F

I for a throat infection and usinga Dewayne "Tiny" Lund, hailing Government positions pay as and oldest privately owned J4'SAUEMOWEY1I
high as 446.00 a month to schools of its kind and is not i
medicine known as tetracy- from Cross, S. C. 'I start. connected with the GovernI I
cillin. "Tiny" as he is known to the ment.

He said that in order to speedup thousands of his fans and They provide much greater For FREE information on Government i

j the treatment, he used friends skyrocketed to fame I security than private employment jobs including list I I
and excellent opportunityfor : of positions and salaries, fill
aziummycin, which contains a with his 1263 win of the Daytona -
advancement. Many positions : out coupon and mail at once
preservative of procaine peni- "500. require little or no specialized TODAY. You will also get I

cillin. Standing 'tall in the saddle' I education or experience.But full details on how you can 1964 FORD

\ Southard said when he saw and also in girth, Lund was one to get one of these jobs. preoore yourself for these !

I Gay Lothario's name on of five men who pulled :Marvin I you must pass a test. The tests. I .
competition is keen and in Don't delay ACT NOW!
he told 'Panch from
program ; a flaming sportscar --- -- -

[,' Luro it would be all right for wreck, winning for them 1 LINCOLN SERVICE, Dept. 6 i

j i the horse to run because he believed selves the Carnegie Foundation Pekin Illinois I I V-8

the effect of the drug medal for heroism. I am very much interested. Please send me absolutely FREE M ) A _
II list of U. S. Government positions and salarIes! ; (2) Information on I I I
would be worn off by then. Lund will be at the wheel of how to qualify for; a U. S. Government Job. I FULL SIZE SEDAN

))1 This was strictly unintentional one of the all new Ford Cobra Name . . . . Age . .

i thing on my Part," South- roadsters entered and to be, I Street. . . . . . Phone . CUSTOM SPECIAL

f ard said. "Luro should not be co-driven by Graham Shaw of City . . . . . State . !
implicated in Columbia. S. C. p .
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I At The LibraryBy Tax Cut Begins .Jt BUSINESS .{ MARKET REPORT- rte-

ARDIS M. BLACKBURN Or is it a gigantic spoof on the Bolstering EffortBy w REVIEW V' ,
part of the writer? He has produced
"Winter of Madness" by David this hodge-podge from the

Walker is a startling changeof cream of all mystery writings ROGER LANEAP derlying force with widespreading -
pace from our usual staid from Mary Shelley to Erie Stanley Business News Writer roots. I
and other Bond
gots some products. prices
educational reading. It is STOCK were mostly lower. -
and Gardner. It all seems a little NEW YORK (AP-The tax Other reports told of a sharp FLASHES
"lunatic fringe, a Volume for the week was .
definitely larger than life, a little too cut growth medicine prescribedby rise in machine tool orders, in- MARKETNEW
semi-detective story with all of perfect to be genuine.But the late President John F. creased factory bookings of new 26,048,470 shares on the New Volume totaled $53.11 million
of murders plots York Stock Exchange, com-
the trimmings
and half orders and achievements
counter-plots and general carn- spoof or not, the creamis Kennedy a year a ago promising YORK (AP-The stock also in the increased popularityof pared with 26,444,910 the week par value, down from the previous -
finally began to rub into the toward development ofa
Duncatto there and lap it avidly market showed continued issues regardedas before. I week's
age. There is Tarquin you up muscles of the economy duringthe supersonic commercial air lower-priced $63.25 million.AUCTI0H .
the Scottish laird with his cas- -. if you like that sort of thing. week. transport.The strength last week, rising for a sign of greater public par-
with secret passage Which most of us do althoughwe the fifth straight week in fair ticipation.the .
tle complete
The first application was in consumer price index, revised -
and folk music. Enter Harry sometimes hate to admit it. ,paychecks distributed to salary to reflect changed pur- ly active trading. Dow industrials advanced

Zanzibar Gilpin the mysterious This winter's tale from the and wage-earners Thursday and chasing patterns, crept higher. Wall Streeters saw it as a 5.89 to 806.03, establishing a !
with his two com- wilds of Scotland abounds in i
millionaire, Friday. Leading aluminum producers sign of solid underlying demandfor firmer beachhead above the 800
panion scientists and his cra- shudders and sparkles with hu Gradually, as the effects fan made an ingot price rise stick stocks that the market did II

ving for solitude. Add to these mor. It is bold daring sophisticated -out across the country, hun- after two abortive attempts.New not sell off rather sharply after line.The SATURDAY MARCH 14, 1964 at 11:00 A.M.
Tiger Clyde the overpowering and brilliant. It is as modern dreds of t "sands of corpora- car sales posted a recordin topping the "magic" 800 level Associated Press aver-

detective, Theodore, the juvenile as tomorrow. In it you seea tions and 60 million individualswill February for a fifth consec- in the Dow Jones industrial age of 60 stocks rose 1.1 to
delinquent the shy and talented colossal dream for the future end up with $11.5 billion -utive month. The selling rate of average the previous week. 299.1. I LOT SALEINVERNESS

Caesar Campari and several well-being of mankind shatteredon a year more to spend or 23,523 cars a day was up seven
stood at
Both indicators record "
local Scots and you havea the rock of human emotion, save. per cent from a year earlier As anticipated in some quarters HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
witches' brew of personalities.There this being the science fiction The administration is count- and eclipsed a previous mark the ability of the Dow highs as the week ended. INVERNESS FLORIDAOn
The rise of the was ,
are also a few womenof element terrifying yet very ing on the resulting stepup in for February 23,374 set in Jones industrials to exceed the confirmed over-all averages statistics i
devastating beauty and funny when you look back at it. expenditures to spur expansionin 1955. psychologically important 800 by Main Street (State Road 44) & Pleasant Grove Road (State
charm. There is a hint of inter- Mr. Walker's writing is as an already flourishing econ- Steel production, gaining fora line in the Dow was more encouraging which showed that of 1,490 issues Road S-581) Hard Surfaced Highway 100 ft. R/W'.
advanced and
national intrigue and a strong good as his story. It is crisp omy, and by generating more ninth consecutive week, than discouraging. It 525 declined.traded 798 "Restricted Residential Subdivision"

shot of science fiction. ,staccato, enigmatic, yet com- jobs to reverse a persistet up- mounted to nearly threefourthsof sellers among those who Approximately 150 Lots
seemed to be an advertising Right in the Heart of Florida's best hunting and fishing territory.All .
!pletely lucid; good English at trend in unemployment.How capacity and reached an Wall Street enjoyed a continued -
And there is love on all levels feature drawing more of the large oversize lots.
its highest pitch. the medicine only eight-month high. good background of busi-
and in abundance. Everyone small investors into stocks. RESERVED SHOPPING CENTER
time would tell. Wall Street was heartened ness and economic news.
falls in love and romance is Onewarning: do not start Its arrival on the businessand when the stock market as This was reflected in the odd GOOD GRADED STREETSCheck

rampant. There is everythingyou "Winter of Madness" unless you finance scene came at a measured by the popular Dow- lot statistics, which showed The consumer price index the area and also recent new construction.Buy .
could wish for in the story. have time to finish it. It is too time when favorable omens con- Jones industrial average, start- that in some sessions this week was reported at a record high in the Path of Progress.

And a lot you never thought of. absorbing; clocks doorbells, tinued to pile up and disquieting ed the week on a firm upbeat there were more buyers than in January. Auto sales were at EXCELLENT FINANCING AVAILABLE
All the time you are readingit telephones, even mealtimes may influences were few. after closing the preceding week dealt in the less-than-100-share 'a record in February. Prices ATTENTION: Home Seekers Speculators Investors Builders,

you are haunted by one small not seem sufficiently importantto The stock market climbed to above the 800 level for the first "round" lost. It was reflected ,were raised for aluminum in- buy FREE now BARBECUE before prices FOR advance.ALL STARTING AT 1:00 P.M.

question. Is the book for real? tear you from it. Read it at new high ground and despite time. FREE GIFTS GIVEN BY OWNER
own risk. some backing and filling The consumer price index, a
of inflation
showed signs of digging in leading gauge was
(ci New York TuneaHigh Coil for fns Appralsd Phone 142.45431LALTOR
Metals Among the titles added at the there, or even pushing higher. higher in January by .1 at Low Close Net Chg. !

library this past week are the More good news came from 107.7 only on the basis of a 25 Rails . 132.95 131.72 132.51 X .25 I I I
,following: the booming auto industry, a new method of calculating liv- 25 Industrials 807.90 796.20 804.16 X6.05 '

bellwether of prosperity for ing costs. On the old basis, it 50 Stocks . 470.42 463.96 468.33 X3.15 .nd AUCTION6re
GENERAL INTEREST *v. 700 ncTN AVr N01TM ST.nn siaG /A
Prices many satellite businesses, and held steady at December's lev I
"Diplomat Among Warriors" from steel, a second strong un- el.
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(Murphy) biography of Robert

RiseBy ment Murphy diplomacy was operations, whose to coordinate with;special"A allied Warless American assign military Final Arguments Replaced .'c &m mO wj@@ J&i{ &g, i1i 1

SAM DAWSONAP I World" (Larson) exploration of : ,.: ,...ry""'<":' ;,,., ', ," ,: ,

Business News Analyst the problems and opportunitiesthat By Briefs in Repair Hearings .
I I the world will face if disarmament
NEW YORK (AP) Metals can be achieved; 1

have furnished most of the "Main Street Italy" (Levine) Hearings concerning home I area firm and Guaranty Mort- been done by the same person. j r

price rises accompanying the an informative book on the peo- repair mortgage foreclosurecases I gage and Insurance Co., which Representing the 19 home

upturn in business in recent ple, politics and economics of continued in Circuit Court now holds the mortgages.It owners is Attorney Karlene SWARMS
months. Many look for other until late 1
Italy by NBC's news correspon- Friday afternoon Hussey who said yesterday that
basic commodities to follow suit dent; "N e I s on Rockefeller" the final arguments never were is the Guaranty Mortgageand ,she will begin preparation on .:SEASON IS HERE! ,
after the has been suf- inslurance Co. that is fore-
economy heard. :the detailed briefs on each of '
(Desmond) a political portrait;
ficiently stimulated by the fed- closing on the 10 home owners. the cases. : SPOT AND STOP i
"Russian Political Thought" : $
eral income tax cuts. The attorneys on both sidesof Testifying earlier in the week , ,
(Utechin) a survey of Russian the issue were instructed by was Mrs. Allene Brannon a Representing Guaranty Mortgage -' 'YOUR TERMITE TROUBLE
But the metals haven't wait- political thought from the 10th Judge John A. H. Murphree to handwriting expert with 20 and Insurance Co. is At- ?

ed. Steel aluminum tin, lead, century to the present. prepare detailed briefs on eachof years experience who testified torney Elton H. Schwarz of ; ''- .-. "i

zinc silver are some that have "Pictorial Guide to the Moon" the 19 cases in question and that she has made a detailed Stuart. i h" .": .: 40G D@)& i
gone up of late. (Alter) study of the physiognomy the briefs will serve the purposeof : ': ', ,: j
examination of the signatures of Others testifying during the / ,. ,,. y" ::. .:
of the lunar surface over final # ,:,. rc;R Ii? t. .a
Much of their rise has been arguments.The Rev. Robert V. Gaddy and his hearings last week were Elvie ."." ', L5eJU

from previously weak positionsso 100 black and white photographs hearings on the cases wife Rossa Lee Gaddy, as they Humphries a property owner,
that today's prices often are ; "Episode" (Hodgins) were heard last week with wit- appear on the purported com- and representatives of Guar- CALL FR 6-2661 Q @ 'Ifl@n,

well below historic peaks. But I an editor's account of his stroke nesses testifying about forged pletion certificate.She anty Mortgage and Insurance 20 N.W. 16th AVENUE

still further price boosts easily and his steps toward recovery; signatures and fraud in connec- said the signatures appear Company's sister firm, Liberal GAINESVILLE FLORIDA CHEMICAL COMPANY
could be on tap if American in- "The Big Sell" (Berton) an tion with the mortgages that to be forged and to have Loan Co. ,
of door-to-door were taken by the now defunct
dustry takes off on a sharper expose' ; -- ---- ------- -
upturn as widely expected. New "Essay in Aesthetics" (Sartre) Florida Homecraft of St. Petersburg -'
orders by manufacturers now -reflections on art and artists; another St. Petersburg

pouring in spell higher demandfor "Washington Village and Capi- f ?:;
many metals. tal, 1800 1878" and "Washington ;

Pressures that caused price Capital City, 1879 1950" Local BankerOn
Green) 2 vol. history of the '4
weakness in metals just a year ( Committee )
ago are at the moment pretty development of Washington, Vol. A' s n.H .

well eased. These have included 1 the 1963 Pulitzer Prize for Of Nat' LeagueCHICAGO ..'yl, r Yf n.k .

excess production facilitiesand history. : .,w+ X y
high inventory of con FICTION Leo J. Thomas,

sumers. Still bothersome are "The Three Marias" (De Que- president of the Guaranty Fed- 4 \ 411p '- -
eral Savings and Laon Associ- ,
lower priced foreign metals. iroz) the emotional world of
But this too, is diminishing as ation of Gainesville has been
3 girls approaching woman-
appointed to the 1964 Civic De-
demand rises elsewhere in the hood "The Pilgrim Prince"
; /
world and as foreign prices velopment Committee of the
(Barr) -fictional biography of a. gat t '
United States
higher too. Savings
John Bunyan; "All the RightPeople"
One factor that still remainsis (Wetmore) the Loan League.
competition. In many fields search for the The appointment was an-
identity by son
I nounced by Eugene M. Mort-
more than one metal now com- and daughter of the owner of
lock of New York City presi- .. aJ. '
petes. Comparative prices the local newspaper in a Con ,: % ; 51r4
dent of
I the League, which is
sometimes can be the determining -necticut town "Gogol's Wife
; the nationwide trade organization
factor in sales. Also, metals and Other Stories" (Landolfi) ( 1.Y
of the savings and loan ayr
aL y, dY
face competition from plastics, 9 short stories selected from the business. .
glass cement and wood for
Italian writer's works of the The committee is concernedwith
And this has actedas ?,, C1964VAJ4
many uses. 25 "Run Me a Ri-
past years; how savings and loan in-
a brake on price rises in the ver" (Giles) adventures ofa stitutions may aid in fighting Akq Y.w. .

past and will continue to be a steamboat owner on a Ken- urban blight and the improve-

factor in the future. tucky river during the Civil ment and conservation of older ,

But the demand picture for War. neighborhoods in American cit : > :,r a, of Gainesville's
most metals has brightened "The Transcendental Murder"Langton ies. : A. s

steadily since last summer. ( ) mystery set in lit- x
Steel orders and production erary circles of Concord; "The Awarded a. population does business
continue to climb with no let- Gentlemen Reform" (Boland- Sperry

up sighted for several monthsat mystery concerning the escape Contracts
least. And selective increaseson efforts of 8 "gentlemen" rob- ;:
I ... ; Y with First Federal.
steel products have been an- bers; "Day of the Arrow" (Lor- The Defense Supply Agency's .M :-i

nounced at intervals. aine) a legend and a modern electronics supply center at Dayton ylu :. .:,'$
Aluminum shipments have hit mystery; "The Bitter I r 0 n" Ohio has awarded two t< 4 3

record levels. Price increaseson (Young) a Western based on government contracts totaling s These people are typical of

its products and now on basic the bitterness felt by settlers $138,211 for electron tubes to the ft
ingots have followed, but the from the North and the South Sperry Electronic Tube Divisionof "

price is still below 1960 and 1961 after Appomatox; "All Colors of Sperry Rand here.A :'* those who value our 1

levels. Prices tumbled from Darkness" (Biggie) science $74,934 contract calls for

these heights when the industrywas fiction involving the invention of 362 metal envelope, type 417A 0k' e

plagued by rising capacityand a matter transmitter capable of tubes in accordance with mili- % l Federal insurance.
declining demand. That has I transporting peop1e.Vandals tary specifications. A $63,277 agency
now changed at home and is i contract was awarded for 289

changing abroad. Fill Car metal envelope, klystron, type ; : !f

Copper demand has also SRL-7H, electron tubes.

picked up smartly here and With SwipedB
overseas. Credit goes to in- ACCIDENTROUNDUP .A SAaQ

creased capital investmenthere ; of Soap
and even more in other
First Federal
industrial nations. But
leading :
Vandals, using bars of soap !
have been
copper companies stolen from the University Inn I The Gainesville police reported -
particularly sensitive to compe- played havoc with a Gaines- last night that the following r:. x : ; savings & loan associationof
tition of other materials and
ville man's car Friday night. persons were involvedin Gainesville
have been loath to raise prices.In Martin Vickers, 630 NW 58th accidents in the city yester- _llb.l..
the United States the price St., reported to police that he day: I: MEMBEIt KDEtAt SAYINGS
has held at 31 cents a pound found 50 bars of soap stuffed SAVINGS lOAN INSURANCE COIPOIATIOH
since May 1961 its longest around the fan and engine of I Williams H. Sanders, 1117 NE IN BY ,p.=:!!['
10th Place about 6:30 in : i THE
period of stability. a.m.
peace-time his car. The soap also was stuf- .5 ,y EARN fROM
Wage negotiations later this fed in other sections of the car. the 2800 block of NE 13th Place. : ft;E:', THE 1ST 4.Df' 249 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. AT 310
year may have an effect on and strewn about the area. Robert E. Herrin 429 SE 7th N. W. 13TH ST.AND 6TH AVE.

both demand and prices. Vickers said his car was parked St., about 6:40 ajn. in the 400 u.. : 6-7551
Soaring tin prices have led in the parking lot of P. K. block of SE 7th Street.

the U.S. government to release Yonge High SchooL James J. Phillips Alachua .fi. a ,
some of the metal from its de- The University of Florida and Gilbert A. Young 1131 NW
24th Ave., about 11:55 a.m. at
fense stockpile to aid hard- police were notified.In .
the intersection of N. Main
Much of the
pressed consumers.
Street and 1st Avenue.
rise of tin to a 13-year high last the SAVINGS INSURED SAFE
outer comet belt, where John Hillary Roebuck, Route '
month came from the threat to the gravitational pull of the sun 4, and Joseph Wesley Mason,
production and upset of marketsby is weak, a comet may be jarredout 3150 NW 10th St., about 2:30 by an agency of the U. S. Governmentos

the political turmoil in South- of its regular orbit by a >jn. at the intersection of NW

east Asia. passing star. 32nd Avenue and 12th Street. j
I \ tGainesville

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Since 1954, the Gainesville Junior Woman's Club has strived to better

'" civic and community affairs in Gainesville. Membership has reached the

total of 125 in this tenth year of organization. I

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1 Civic projects include giving a monthly party at Cejirwood Cottageof
Sunland Training Center; a "loan closet" for foreign sutdents at the
I x University of Florida, where many obtain furniture; placing Grace Cardsin

the city's restaurants, and distributing the "Junior Key," a guide for
\1i 1 1hbt n a junior high school students. This year the Community Affairs Depart-
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iI'' ment headed the annual Empty Stocking Drive.
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by the Club to the Alachua County Dental Clinic, which is the club's

Ff primary project; the Juvenile Shelter, Hearing Conservation Program,

,. x.. Central Welfare, Sunland Training Center, State Junior Project Fund

>c s xF and a scholarship for a Gainesville student and giving stamp books to

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a. Highlighting the Gainesville Junior Woman's Club calendar of social

rI1 events this year have been a style revue, "Elegance In Fashion," the
Christmas Cheer Dance, an annual Christmas party with the Gainesville
Women's Club, luncheon and card parties, and the Teachers' Reception.
P a Lw4 0 Upcoming events include the annual Charity Cabaret, a party introducingnew
... ,pf s members and the
J Installation Luncheon honoring new officers.

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Admiring a arrangement decorating a 4t vv y. .3 Z
ers' Reception, sponsored by the Gainesville Junior Woman's Club, are Mrs. Man-
dell Glicksberg, general chairman for the affair, Mrs. William T. Zeanah, club
president, and Mrs. Edward D. Mathews, education department chairman.


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Weimer Women's Editor Mrs. Eugene A. Craig, left, of the Community Affairs Department,
visits the Gainesville Nursing Home, where she writes a letter for
Mrs. Lettie Slaughter.

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a .. and Mrs. Robert F. Farlow, congratulated Mrs. Roslyn Marshall from Canada on b.

w coming an American citizen following the official ceremony. ,


:Members of the club made sixty-three gowns this year for the "SS Hope." Pictured '..: ., ... "' ."."..._. _.. r- ..... . ""' .. ;, J :.!'" I'

from left to right are Mrs. William C. Woodbury, Mrs. James L. Lowry ,___ ... .. .___ __ .. ._ __. _. ._ _._.._- i >S $ '. .. ..''1''; -. .I II'
Mrs. W. Holcomb Kerns and Mrs. William A. Finley, Jr. .. ._ "'!:> _/
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I 2B Gainesville Sun Sunday MArch 8 ,1954

I : : Calendar 'Girl Scouts Celebrate 52nd Birthday Totem Pole I ( By the time you read this advertisement the lipstick you \ .'

art wearing wig be obsolete! J 1
I Gainesville Girl scouts- are '- -'>' ---- -
their sisters .-
joining throughoutthe
Of Events United States to celebratethe r--

annual observance of Girl WONDERBY
Scout Week beginning today. :; TI CLARKESVILLE, Iowa (AP-
SUNDAY March 8
I This celebration will also mark ; : Seldom do people passing the
.. Agricultural Extension Service the twenty-sixth year of Scouting Norman Satory home fail to doa TUSSY

: .. Open House, 3:30 to 5:30 in Gainesville. double-take. For pointing 30
,.,, __
: 'w" p.m., 4-H Building on the Uni Beginning with one troop organized .4, feet skyward alongside the t t ; t-
1 .. = versity of Florida Campus. ; in November, 1937, >ay--4 ; 5' SS SS white frame house is a color- 4{
Gainesville now has 65 troops iw ful totem pole. POINTED AT TNt 101
: ....., Kappa Delta Alumnae, PotLuck 1 1-
.. serving over 1,150 girls from
Supper lor active members a ? Although this northeast Iowa !
... ... 6 p.m., Chapter House, seven to 17 years of age. at area was once the favorite IIOUfUDIJ )
1122 East Panhellenic Drive. Gainesville, now part of the ? \ ..a hunting grounds for Indians THE BOTTOM

MONDAY Gateway Girl Scout Council, rte the totem pole has no historical i-
March I
which encompasses 15 counties, significance. It is just the whimof 1, 0UTLIIttS MO!)FILLS wf
American Association of University has the highest percentage of a 53-year-old houswife. T f IM.smu

..... Women, Executive Girl Scouts per girl populationin 5, S3r4' 4i .a Ip
Impressed with the ))1
J Board Meeting 7:30 p.m., Dr. the Council. Statistics s' n: totems in Canada she
.....,.. Lalia Boone, 2027 NW 7th Lane. show that 26 per cent of all the carvedone
out a tall white cedar
: University City Bridge Club, girls in Gainesville are regis pole.
I .:: f ''i40 MxkO.C' en a q, 4 "Indians use red cedar, Mrs.
7:30 p.m., University of Florida tered Girl Scouts. y x'S'S}
Norman Satory "but this
... Faculty Club, West Newberry Sidney Lanier Elementary was the best we says could do." $135 NON.REFILIMLC
-.- Road. School tops the list with 58 per
Past Matrons' Club, Gaines- cent of its girl enrollment in At the base is an Indian face

ville Chapter OES, 8 p.m., Mrs. Scouting, with St. Patrick's and at the top is a dog's head,
Mattie May Beasley, 415 NW 1st School, Metcalfe, and J. J. Fin- modeled after her own pet poo
..,.- Street. dle. In between ,
ley Elementary Schools all over are authentic -
t Gainesville Woman's Club, the 50 per cent mark. Lackof 'JL. l Indian figures, including a bea- NEW ENRICHED CCIW-18 TOTAllY NEW SHADES-
i .4... Art Class, 9 a.m., Clubhoues sufficient adult leaders t. $ ver, an eagle and a bear. PALES! PASTEIS! VIVIOS'! COLORS NEVER POSSIBLE

Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30: keeps many more girls on waiting I ._ LDiscussing ,. BEFORE THE CREATION OF TUSSY'S TOTALLY NEW FORMULA.
4 p.m., Recreation Center. lists for membership in plans for celebrating the 52nd birthday of Girl Scouts in America Mrs. Satory researched nearlya Totally New Greaseless Silken Formula. Floats on
i Pilot Club, Executive Board this coming week are Junior Scout Karen Reed, Brownie Scout Susan Guidice year, receiving much of her light moist color without caking.

1 ...... Meeting 8 p.m., Mrs. Margaret troops.Girl Scoot Sunday and Cadette Scout Carol Pierce pictured with Sister Mary Gemma, Sister of information from museum cur Totally Entirely New new Shape shape Outline top to.bottom.Color In Always On Stroka.Maps r e
Crevasse, Hawthorne Road. St. Joseph, who assists with direction of the troops at St. Patrick's School. ators in Canada. Carving it required Its shapa.
Today, troops will attend the
:'; Soroptimist Club of Gaines The four are checking new handbooks published for each age level last fall. nearly another year. Totally New Sleek Flip-Wheel Casa Works With
church of their choice in uni One Hindi Only lipstick to work like a lighter
ville, Business and Dinner meeting form. will serve hot chocolate and VI will combine for a Birthday Chairman is Mrs. Glenn Hoff Not every chief could have a I Makes swiveled CUll,. fashionad. In tarnish
: ; 6:30: p.m., Primrose Inn. proof old-ton.CU
Sunshine Service Club Supreme The First Methodist Church doughnuts after the Mass. Coffee at the Girl Scout House, mann. totem pole she learned. "Someof Totally New length for Most Graceful Handling! TOTALLY NEW
"H Forest Woodmen Circle will hold a special service at Members of the four troopsat 810 NW 8th Street from 10:30: those that could hired the Won't break like long-Unas. Mora elegant than LENGTHSHAPEFORMULACASE
i The sale enables work done and it short lipsticks. If you'ra not adventurous enough
8:45 a.m. Girl Scouts will con- Sunland Training Center will a.m. until noon. troops to was very ex-
.. 7:30 p.m., Mrs. T. J. Bronson to try Golden Wondar. why" wear" lipstick at all?
4106 NW 13th Place. duct a flag ceremony, repeat attend services in uniform at The coffee will honor Mrs. earn money for projects, sup- pensive, costing as much as
plies, planned events and 150 blankets." TUSSY RCAU.Y CAMS about MM wonder of your hpe!
University Women's Club, Executive -their promise, sing in an All- the Sunland Chapel. Donald Morrison Jr., new ex
( Board Meeting 9:45: Scout choir, under the directionof Gateway Girl Scout President tra equipment. Troops retaina She says that in some tribes
a.m., followed by luncheon Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones, and Kiwanis Club ProgramOn from Gainesville and former portion of the profit, with the the undertaking was so secret

Mrs. T. S. George, 619 NW 23rd hear a message from Rev. Thomas Wednesday, Senior Scouts District VI Chairman.All balance used by the Council to that any Indian coming upon a
-. Street. G. Mitchell, pastor. from Mariner Troop 452 will District VI adult Scouts expand its camping program. pole-building project was slain. &ee&4
Girl Scout adults speakingat conduct a' program for the and friends are urged to attendin Erecting her tctem pole re
t TUESDAY, March 10 the service will be Mrs. Gainesville Kiwanians at their uniform if possible. quired a crane and eight men.
Gamma Chi Chapter of Beta George C. Jones, Gateway District -luncheon meeting at the Prim- Center those mashed buttered Mrs. Satory says she doesn't The Store With More
Sigma Phi, covered dish supper VI Advisor and Mrs. rose Inn. Cookie Sale Plans yellow turnips with cooked mind that her neighbors now GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
and meeting, 6:30 p.m., Mrs. Scouts will deliver boxes of call her "Big Chief Crazy II
Bud Yawn. Thomas G. Mitchell, wife of the The girls will sing Scout green peas for good flavor and Horse."
minister and leader of Junior songs, tell of their preparationsfor cookies to their customers from
Alachua Pharmaceu.tical color contrast. -
County Troop 458. a trip to Nassau Easter March 721.Troops .
Auxiliary, 8 pjn., Mrs. W. The Brownie, Junior, and Ca 'weekend, and discuss their ex- will also have cookie
L. Copelan, 1207 NE 6th Street.
dette troops sponsored by St.Patrick's periences as Senior Scouts. booths in front of local groc-
Tuesday Evening Supper stores in centers Ever add crumbled crisply r.sr.
Catholic Church will District Birthday Coffee ery shopping I
.;; University Club of Gainesville Avnue. 6 p.m., 1402 attend 9 a.m. Mass with guest On Thursday, the official Girl and on special corners on Sat I' cooked bacon to cream cheese ,.. .x::'

1 Great Books Discussion Junior Troop 425. Over 80 Scout Birthday, all Neighborhood urdays, March 14 and 21. for a sandwich or cracker 3'A;. adya i iii
Group. 8 Gainesville. Pub.f Scouts will be present. They Associations in District Gainesville Cookie Sale spread? Youngsters like this! :' '
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; Xi Phi Chapter Beta Sigma

Phi, Spaghetti dinner, 8 p.m., w r a 5
: Mrs. Jose Sommese, 4124 NW Oecciting
13th Street.
: _. Anna Miller Circle of Elk's
I Lodge Election of Officers, 8
: p.m., Elk's Lodge.Merrysteppers .
8 p.m., City
Recreation Center.N 1

: League of Women Voters, 8
p.m., Mrs. G. Ronald Dalton, Let Us Help You Plan

f 4055 NW 12th Avenue.WEDNESDAY I Your Summer Wardrobe.

: March 11 With f\ y kk

Gainesville Bridge Club, 1:30: 1

p.m., Holiday Inn. ,. : '
+\. Chapter AP PEO, 10:30 a.m., VaddyA -1Il.ajE.\tiiJ
t : Mrs. W. T. Sandefur, 1418 NW
16th Terrace. H

; University Woman's Club, In- .
ternational Relations Group, 3 <,
p.m.. Mrs. H. W. Hutchison, 1711 /4 }fl .' ; <. }
SW 43rd Avenue, Dr. Corbin S. { ,- 1a
: Carnell, speaker. } I
League of Women Voters, 9:30: \ { t ) :;
Mrs. J. C. Adkins Jr., 533 S
NW 32nd Street. ;
\\ I
University City Bridge Club, ,
7:45: p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW \\ h'Ji r e 4y .
t 15th Terrace. \ \ $ Q'f 9f6e A
B'nai Israel Sisterhood, 8 p.m.I I !
Jewish Community Center, Rab- 4i \.\ 1tJ ftrll1jY
bi S i m eon Kobrinetz, guest f !) Ss

., speaker. S\ .\
( Flower Show School Course

III, 1001 NE 28th Avenue. 8 fi'I IJ H't

a.m.arranging, registration lecture.9 a.m., flower f ;

Cosmos Club 10 a.m., Sewing ;2 / 5 A 5'U H/
and Covered Dish Luncheon, at ,"
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noon, Mrs. Alpha Kaplan, 605 sI .
NW 31st Place.Gainesville r
Chapter, DAR, 3: -S
p.m., Mrs. Raymond W. Black \ S

lock, 709 SW 27th Street. .

.I THURSDAY, March 12 I 1' I #
League of Women Voters, 8l'

p.m., Mrs. J. Anthony Hum- Make sure you'll be the prettiest girl in the parade
phries, 3459 NW 12th Avenue.
l' St. Patrick's Woman's Club, 8 1'i c x by choosing your Easter outfit now from our new

p.m., Parish Hall. collection featuring all the soft feminine shapes, light
t Daytime Bridge, University
Women's Club, 9:30: a.m., Club- .k sr 1 and bright colors and exciting textures of the season

house, Newberry Road. t Il . they're and
University of Florida Wom- 1)A-) smartly complete, completely smart.

en's Club, Neighbor Nite, 8 p.m., :
Clubhouse. DRESSES
Flower Show School, CourseIII bM a II I j t
1001 NE 28th Avenue, 8 a.m.,
rcghtraton, 9 ajn., flower show 3 from 1198.830 from 1498.535
Friends of the Library, Executive Spring is here and happily -

Board Meeting 9:30: a.m., A' -- So is MAJESTIC! You "
; Mrs. J. D. Winefordner, 1023 know the magic of interchangeability SEE OUR NEW SPRING LINES OF SUIT
NE 21st Avenue. Fsa
Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 S$ Majestic shopping is easy .
a.m., Holiday Inn. as can be! Three beauti COLORS.

'1 Cotillion Dance, Gainesville ful deep tones in miracle

Woman's Club, 8 to 10:30 p.m., Poplin Huckleberry, Hol-
Clubhouse, West University Ave + lyleaf and Chianti. Mix OPEN YOUR OWN PERSONAL CHARGE ACCOUNT

nue.Pilot and match with these I: OR USE CENTRAL CHARG
Club, Luncheon Mee_. ... any y
noon, Primrose Inn. ,: of the lovely wedge wood

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1 1101 NE 28th Avenue, 9 a.m., ; and you'll find Skirts ,

r Examination. Blouses. Shifts. Walking f
f.: Gainesville Woman's, Club, 1I
I Bridge party, 1:30 p.m., club- Shorts. Wrap Skirts i ;
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Sunday, March 8, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3B

1- Brides' E c E r I- ENGAGEMENTS I IIJ a Parties ComplimentMiss

f. :H Book i. y. ref's Purvis FianceTwo

t 1 ,
WEDNESDAY, March 11 6 k.A' .
pre-nuptial parties were Miss Nannie Hawkins.

. Tea honoring Miss Anne Pur- < w .- I given during the weekend fet- Miss Margaret Nimnicht of
visbride of Billie Nu
} i raI ing Miss Anne Purvis, fianceeof Jacksonville, sister of the
gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville
9k j 1 Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr. bridegroom-elect; Miss Robin
3:30: to 5:30: p.m., Mrs. N.
Graham, Miss Anne Conant,
+ : H. Scott and Mrs. William F. I H'T of Jacksonville. Miss Ann Arnow, Miss Jane

Moshier at the Scott'home, 3333 # gw 1. e :;.ri Y J. Saturday afternoon, a bridal Johnston, Miss Dot Hampton,
NE 21st Avenue.THURSDAY "0:iV. .,. i Miss Linda Gertner
.?<" ; luncheon was given at the Miss Lin-

..# March 12 <:.w, >.W'W! X J i ,i a ,\ Gainesville Golf and Country da Chamberlin, Miss Marcia

Dinner feting Miss Anne Pur 1."U'M', F C K : ': Cw' Club complimenting the bride- Mase and Miss Martha Jane
vis J' .i: ,. 4' } elect Mrs. A. K. Brill Mrs. Edwards.
bride elect of Billie Nu- .fk by ,
,-.... ,. .. .rA< L e \
.EM"N' h.
gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jackson- MISS ANN JEAN FISHBACK I > 1 < x Miss Karen Kaye Francisco Thomas M. Brill, and her Dinner Party Given
ville, Col. and Mrs. F. C. My : daughter, Miss Judy Brill.
ers, and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. y Saturday evening, a buffet
FishbackBennett .SAN Francisco'Thames Corsages of white feathered
Macdonald. supper honoring Miss Purvis
carnations and lilies of the val-
and Mr. Nimnicht
FRIDAY March 13 was given
ffd&d:: :; : <'.* '!" ? ": ley were presented to the honoree -
by Mr. and Mrs. A. Frank
Luncheon Miss Anne
feting Miss Sarah Dolores OrtonOrton Miss Alice Marie Halbrook Miss Mary Katherine Frazee her mother, Mrs. Roy Green, who entertained in theprivate
Purvis fiancee of Billie
Nugent ORLANDO Mr. and Mrs. Purvis, and her fiance's mother
Nimnicht Mrs. Joyace Wanda Francisco dining room of the
Jr. of JacksonvilleMrs. Fishback of Mrs. B. N. Nimnicht and
George Benjamin HalbrookDuBose Frazee- Gainesville Golf and
Walter H. Beisler. announces the engagement of Country
Orlando, announce the engagement his grandmother, Mrs. D. H. Club.
SATURDAY, March 14P of their daughter, Miss her daughter, Miss Karen Kaye Browne, both of Jacksonville.A .

Coffee complimenting Miss Ann Jean Fishback, to John DeckerMr. TheusOCALA Francisco, to James Stevens gift of silver was also presented Arrangements of yellow snap-
p// Daidida Kopelowitz, brideelect Thames II, son of Paul C. dragons white
Franklin Bennett, son of Mrs. to the bride-to-be by the pompons and
of Victor Schneider, 10:30 a.m. Newton C. Ebaugh, and Frank- and Mrs. Timothy Town- ALACHUA -Mr. and Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Thames and the late Mrs. hostess trio. The long luncheon baby breath, interspersed with

until noon, Mrs. Mitchell Baum- lin Davis i Bennett, both of send Orton announce the en- C. Halbrook of Alachua announce ry Bascom Frazee of Ocala an- Thames. table was adorned with two.centerpieces tiny white wedding rings, were

stein, Mrs. M. I. R u d dennan Gainesville. gagement of their daughter, the engagement of their nounce the engagement of their Miss Francisco was graduated in antique silver used on the buffet and the

I and Mrs. Gerald A. Rudderman, Miss Fishback was graduatedfrom Miss Sarah Dolores Orton, to daughter, Miss Alice Marie Hal- daughter, Miss Mary Kather- from P. K. Yonge Labora- coasters holding pink carna- supper tables.

; hostesses at the B a u mstein William R. Boone High David George Decker, son of brook, to Douglas Wayne Du- ine Frazee, to Jack Dennis tory School, where she was a tions and baby's breath. Invited included the

J home, 2009 NW 32nd Terrace. School of Orlando and the Uni- Dr. and Mrs. Phares Decker. Bose, son of Mr. and Mrs. LM. Theus, son of Mr. and Mrs. majorette for three years. She Hand-decorated cards with honoree, Mr.guests and Mrs. Purvis
Luncheon complimenting versity of Florida in 1963. She April 4 is the date set for DuBose of Fort White. Walter Orion Theus of Ocala. attended Central Florida Junior pink tulle and lilies-of-the valley -Mr. and Mrs. Nimnicht, Mr.
Miss Karen Owens, bride to- was a 1960 debutante of the Ros- The bride-elect was graduated College, Ocala, and is nowa and favors of tiny pink
the wedding, which will be sol- and Mrs. Johnny Feiber, Mr.
The bride elect
12:30 Club in Orlando. The was gradu- Iron North Marion High match boxes, decorated with
be of Robert R. Rowe, aline student at Howell's Business
Patrick's Catholic and Mrs.
emnized in St. Ernie Bell, Miss Nell
ated from Fort White High School and she attended Cen- beaded hearts, marked the '
\ p.m., Mrs. W. C. Holland and bride-to-be is presently teaching Church. College.Mr. pla Rice Miss Nel
i Laughon, Miss
I Jacksonville.Mr. School and is presently employed tral Florida Junior College. She
the school
Mrs. R. R. Beauchamp, at ces.The Sue Wilkinson, Miss Jo Nez
former's home, 405 NW 29th Bennett, a graduate of Miss Orton was graduatedfrom by Southeastern Transformer is employed as a secretary at Thames was graduated guests included the hon- Love, Miss Marcia Mase, Miss
Company, High Springs. the National Life Insurance from Gainesville High School Mrs.
Street. Fork Union Military Academy, P. K. Yonge Laboratory oree, Purvis, Mrs. Nim- Linda Chamberlin Miss
Luncheon honoring Miss Anne Fork Union, Va., will graduate School. She is now employed I Wedding plans will be an- Company of Vermont. and attended Central Florida nicht, Mrs. Browne, Mrs. W. Dee Williams, Miss, Sally Nancy Hall.
Purvis, fiancee of Billie Nugent from the University of Florida at the University of Florida. nounced. The bridegroom elect was Junior College and the Univer- A. Shands, Mrs. S. T. Dell, Mrs.

Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville, in June. He is a member of Sigma -Campus Credit Union. graduated from Ocala High sity of Florida. W. B. Stotesbury, Mrs. Mar- Tad Duke, Paige Pinnell, La-
School and Central Florida Wedding plans will be an- cus Conant, Mrs. C. C. Beas- Rue Boyd, Frank Green Jr.
12:30: p.m. Mrs. R. M. Cham Alpha Epsilon fraternity. The bridegroom-elect, a grad- Pi Beta PhisPi
I I Junior College. He is a stu- nounced. ley, Mrs. Marcus Milam Jr., and Paul Michael Green.
berlin, Miss Linda Chamberlin, The wedding will take placein uate of P. K. Yonge Labora-
dent at the University of Flor- I
Mrs. Cecil Love and Miss Jo the Reformation Chapel of tory School, is employed by Beta Phi Alumnae Club

Nez Love, Holiday Inn. the First Presbyterian Churchof the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Ser- will meet on Wednesday at 8 ida.The Braddock- Remember HER onMOTHER'S
will be
Anne 8. vice. wedding an
Dinner Miss Orlando
honoring on August
pjn., at the home of Mrs. event of April 25 at the Fair- DAY
and Billie -
Purvis, her fiance,
Charles Durrance, 2248 NW 5th field Presbyterian Church of Register
Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of Jack with the FINEST in 'PORTRAITPHOTOGRAPHY
sonville, Mr and Mrs. Earl Woman's Club I
Powers.Founders'. Mr. and Mrs. Earl N. Skuceof by
Place.EliadesWilbanks Gainesville announce the

marriage of their daughter, "t /
CotillionA Miss Sandra Register, to Ros- o PH/1\
Plans ..... ....
coe Lee Braddock II, son of ... z
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Lee .c.. ."s..

"Friday The Thirteenth"dance RESERVATIONS NOW DUE Nuptials SolemnizedSARASOTA Braddock of Belle Glade. "' "i.

featuring decorationswith Any club member with a childin The marriage was solemnized .fllt-to

Day Party a superstitious theme, will the eighth or ninth grade, at Folkston, Ga., February
be held March 13 from 8 to 10:30 who has not been contacted by Solemnized in In August, the newlyweds will 29. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Webbof GAINESVILLE'S LEADING

p.m. at the Gainesville Woman's the telephone committee should the Summeral Chapel of The go to Germany, where the' Douglas, Ga., attended the PHOTOGRAPHER FOR OVER

PlannedAlpha Club. call a member of the committee Citadel, Charleston, S. C., the bridegroom will be assigned to couple.

This is the second annual Cotillion immediately to make reserva- marriage of Miss Sandra Mae I The newlyweds will make TWENTY-FIVE YEARS

Dance sponsored by the tion.Mrs. Wilbanks, daughter of Mr. and duty.Mrs. their home in Belle Glade aft- Phone FR 6-5323 821 N.W. 13th St.
Clark Butler is servingas Eliades memberof
Xi Delta Alumnae Club American Home Division for Mrs. Earl York Slaughter of was a er March 13.
has slated installation of new- eighth and ninth grade sons and chairman, and publicity is Sarasota, and Lt. Milton Lewis the Junior and Senior Cotil
being handled by Mrs. Ben Bar- Eliades of Mrs. Lewis Eli- -------------------------------
ly elected officers during a daughters of m e m b ers of theWoman's son lions. She made her debut in J
Club. ger. Other members of the com- ades of Gainesville, took place r \
special ceremony at the clubs 1959. She is a member of Juan
annual Founders' Day lunch- Music will be provided by the mittee are: February 1. Ortiz Society, sponsored by the \ \
Mrs. C. T. Ayers, Mrs. Mit-
eon April 11. The affair will Continentals. Dress for the oc- DAR, and will ti)
chell Baumstein, Mrs. Lyle C. Rev. Sydney R. Crumpton, serve as a page \ S
take place at the GainesvilleGolf casion will be party clothes. for the DAR Continental Con-
and Country Club. Reservations must be made in Mrs.Brogdon S. S., Mrs.Cook,Wendell:Mrs. C.Clardy H. Gil-, chaplain The Citadel to the, corps performed of cadetsat the gress to be held this spring in \ -}L _h J PRESENT THE POPULAR S Sw

Those elected to office are: advance and fees sent to a liland, Mrs. M. T. Hartman Jr., double ring ceremony. Washington, D. C. L.j) 00,,: "& S Sy

Mrs. Thomas Walker, pres-I member of the committee, sinceno Mrs. J. E. Hipp, Mrs WalterR. \ ., .. .... .
Miss Verde Matthews of Sa- ,
ident: Mrs. Max Tyler, vice payment can be accepted at 1\ ...
Lee Jr., Mrs. J. R. Lowry, .
the door. luda, S. C., was maid of honor.Lt. Excitinglyof&Wi \ \
i president; Miss Louise Henley,
Mrs. E. Lowe Pierce, Mrs. D. Paul Jones Potts of Char- \
secretary; Mrs. Jason Outler, O. Ostrander, Mrs. Kimbel Po- \
lotte, N. C., was the best '
treasurer; Miss Bill Fleming, Cosmos Club fahl, Mrs. H a r r y Poole, Mrs. Ushers Lt. .
were Perry Koger, S SS
Panhellenic! ., representative, John W. Poole, Mrs. Conrad H. Wayne of John's Island y
Mrs.-John V*Webb, Journal cor- Lists MeetingCosmos R e h 1 i n g, Mrs. Alexander G. Charleston Koger, S. C., and ClaytonH. r \ \

respondent; .Mrs. Charles Med- Smith, Mrs. Foy Stephens, Mrs.H. Kallun of Gainesville. !
calf magazine chairman, and Club members will J. Stevens, Mrs. R. O. Strip-
Mrs. D. P. Branch, philanthropy -have an all-day sewing meet- ling, Mrs. D. C. Swanson, Mrs.J. Immediately following the S 2 2OOFF! SS S

chairman. ing and covered-dish luncheon Morris Trimmer, and Mrs. ceremony, a reception was given ; I S
Plans were made at the re Wednesday at the home of Ernest Wright.Chaperones in the Magnolia Room of the r l

cent meellhg for a family picnlcin -,, Mrs. Alpha Kaplan, 605 NW will be committee Frances Marion Hotel. Miss tiaanfNe.
: May at the home of 31st Place. The meeting is set members and their hus Kaye Williams of Murray, S.C.,
Mrs. Max: Tyler. for 10 a.m. bands. kept the bride's book. \ S\

I A the wedding evening, was dinner given, laterin by l CHINA s sS

Coggins-Hollander Vows ReadSolemnized the Charles bride's Inn parents, Charleston.at the King .you'll. things be i IROQUOIS

Saturday evening father, the bride wore a floor bride, and Warren Jones. After graduation from Colum- enjoyingeven .

at 8 o'clock, the marriage of length gown with tiers of Chan- Little Miss Jan Beachamp, bia College, Columbia, S. C., on !

Miss Jo Anne Mable Hollanderand tilly lace forming an overskirt.Her flower girl, wore a white organza Mrs. Eliades will join her hus- Into S OPEN SALEi s

James Richard Coggins veil of illusion fell from a frock over satin gown with a band at Fort Benning, where he summer!
took place at the Carol Estates crown of imported lace and turquoise carnation headpiece. is attending Officers Training Beautifulnew STOCK !

Baptist Church. seed pearls. She carried a white Master Larry Harris was ring School
The bride is the daughter of orchid and a Bible. bearer. arrivals
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hollander Sister Is Attendant doily. Comein **: \
and the bridegroom is the Attending the bride were her The bride's mother chose a LPNO ListsMeeting tomorrow YOU GET theopporhjnh to m-tn.:.tod o.tebuyJustWhatyojjneed: \S SS

son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cog. sister, Miss Karen Hollander, pink crepe sheath and match- and make S and want-especially If you've only bought place settings before. \

maid of honor, and Mrs. Bill Ing accessories for her daugh-
gins.Rev.. Frank Pearl performedthe Shepherd, bridesmaid. ter's wed din g. The bride- your S 3 FULL YEARS GUARANTEE S

double ring ceremony be- They wore turquoise dressesof groom's mother chose a beige Licensed Practical Nurses, selections. \ against breaJ ng...cracking...even chpptn&No other genuina
fore an altar adorned with bas- silk organza over satin and sheath dress and matching ac Inc., Division 15, will meet S\ china has ever fiten such: a guarantea...nor: such a good reason to buy IROQUOIS. S

kets of white gladioli, chrys- matching headpieces. Both at- cessories. Both wore pink rose- Tuesday at 8:30: pjn. at the \
Alachua General COOK BAKE and SERVE FEATURES \
anthemums, pompons, palms tendants carried cascade bou bud corsages. Hospital if r \ ,
and candles. quets of turquoise carnations. Classroom. provide function.pracficaSiy ynKmted ver titft1-ru tablDdIcct: bsauV ,
Mrs. Palmer Blomberg was William Morris of Largo serv- Pink White Color NoteA Miss Martha Wroe, a physi- f escoN Ig pieces dinneIWare matd11n pattem ancI cdor. -..,4. \
reception followed the cere- cal therapist at the J. Hulls WONDERFUL: WORLDOF S
soloist was organist.and :Mrs. David Lowe Dennis ed as best Coggins man.of Ushers Jacksonville were, mony at the Church. Pink and Miller Health Center, will be SPORTSWEAR \ GENUINE CHINA YOU CAN AFFORD TO USE EVERYDAY

white appointments decoratedthe .
Given in marriage by her Brian Hollander, brother of the guest speaker.Mrs. 225 W. Unir. Ave.ARQUNP S because: durability,pries 2nd the protection of an unprecedented guarantee S
reception room. Gertrude Is
Kelly program S mete it possible; to own genuine china Instead of"china substitutes". S
Cutting the wedding cake t


Mrs. Frank Pearl, and Mrs. \ ,

Bonnie WillI ams. Mrs. Clo tbe\VOro."P S \

V Smith and Mrs. Caroline Leop \ I' -* }, S SS
ard poured punch. .
Assisting with the hospitalities _/ 1'bere'ssolBDda to see and do \ \ -

a. were Mrs. Iva Thomas, II on a Four Winds W rem CRJJKR fhatli tabs I| \ ., l I i
Mrs. Virginia Simons, Mra. Mae \ 16 pages in OOTbrodinre to describe / !

Sharp and Miss Ruby Jo Sut- SSEXCXraiGDAYS I

tles and Miss Betty Will i a m s Cruise aboard famous luxury liners of three different flags and discover the \ : \
kept the bride's book. great cities of the world.Four Winds toms combine: leisurely ocean voyaging S ,f, \ 1:
Y The bride wore a light blue with penetrating shore visits You stay at the best hotels really see each \ % S SS ;
$ country,meet its people,share its excitement. 1
suit for her
going away ensemble '
Out of town guests included See Enroperfhe Mediterranean,Mid-East;Pakistan,India,the entire Orient IROQUOIS, Ih1Ormal lr.QgQ.is IROQU IS tp
r. featwing S days in Hong Kong,9 in Japan...plos Hawaii and ifT"if.
MrsJulia Hollander, Ogema, t
Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ced- 'id7434'
Best hotels,sightseeing excursions and transfers all fnrfndfrf layout anise \ ,
erlund Miss Vivian Hollander
fare. 51 days from $2215. s
and Mr. and Mrs. Folke Anderson SAIL THIS SPRING OR WINTER ,

all of Chicago; Mr. and Leave Mar. 30, Apr. 30. May 14 23. June 27. July 25 Aug. 24." ahtfMiIIe j ti
.. Mrs. Palmer Blomberg, Or- .Monthly departores thereafter from San Francisco and New York. I 'Ii !

a lando; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Phone visit or mail this coupon V : \ (j)lIhfll a: tD Jrlf,. \
Coggins, Jacksonville; Bill !(now for your FREE 16 page brochure complete l| \ Limited J dru'' cF ei'u+' t Sale \f fS
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Morris, Largo; Mr. and Mrs. maps photos \
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cobchee, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. ...,.nccas Q f
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Jones, Macon, Ga., Mr. and I 1 j
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GalnMvilto Su. Sunday, March 8, 1964 .
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. ;MASSEY FAMILY TRIP Benefit Fashion Shows Listed Thursday


,4g I g 'Down Mexico Way 7 I:"'! >,

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(Editor's Note: After weeks => .
t y"
i of wondering, worrying and '_... .'fA.., f" .:, ..J ",;, ';Zf .: '.: h:: f fy. r-
waiting, communication from 'p 1 } ". : : ; ,
the W. C. Masseys down in t} fl',/"' "'''I<"j., ; : .,. G.. ) '4F 1 3
Mexico have
Baja California, ,
ji come in by air man. 5 f4 X i
I 'r ; FL
!' Dr. Massey, on leave of fJ i >
If of absence from the University !I p 1 T.k 3

of Florida, is doing y, ,' ,
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research under a National Science :
e Foundation Grant for a J f
Mt \
' F 5 ear. His wife, June, and their < :,"Kn ': ;:
three children Kelly, 9; Stephen i />"?.f' w.>...> ,<-xx' f' ;..: ; .-
7, and Dana, 5, accompanied M 1 -1' 'ywX" i : :, > ,-"
:J J" 3
him to the desert coun1 it. s.>'4i1t1 C :=
1 try. June will continue her t ', { tJtwJ

articles on life hi LaPaz, Mexico 9
when and if the mail '
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comes. through.) $r .......':.& .it#<-!" A ., fr '
By JUNE MASSEY :x<, E'Y} ;'\ ;r"!: .
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I .As we straggled into the of- fi i\.tt1; "4 e ,. .

.I fices of the Mexican Consulate i'"!1f d'.. ;>,1. '8"a ......1J'W; .[ '!\Ii. ,
in San Diego, the woman behind a.
the desk smiled. It was a smile MRS. MASSEY

; h) recognized instantly, having as she typed my permit. She
:t received similar ones from the said some rapid words to her '
I women who profess to welcome ellow-workers, who smiled at tI
J people in the offices of college me politely. I looked as innocent +
Jl registrars. as possible.My .
, :It announced unmistakably"I crime was finally revealed. -
I J am standing here smiling .

''i tj) at you because I know" the I had listed my occupation as
f rules and you do not. "cartographer." (While It is
4 :While she and Bill talked in true that I would starve on the
Spanish, the children fidgeted this
money activity brings me,
I it
happily around the room as if
at the same time it would be
I'', they had spent most of their even more ridiculous to pretend

: lives there. that the quality of my house-
.The'three students and I re keeping entitles me to any legitimate ,
[ J b
: treated into various corners and [ standing in this profession k ,,.
tried to look comfortable and-r
jr\I devil-may-care in them. It
II wasn't easy, and none of us 0 f
''j quite succeeded. The senora had translated )
The Senora of the Smile finally "cartographer" as "caracaratu-
glanced around at us, slow- ista" which would not fit into Among the models for the Thursday fashion revues Mrs. Harry Prystowsky and Mrs. R. C. Skelley. The

,t ly.I' the allotted space. (Our coun- "Three Rings of Fashions," which will be five were pictured at the Roberts' home wearing
"Who ARE these people?" try apparently does not monopolize ABOUT PEOPLEMiss presented by the Panhellenic Association and the fashions they will model at the afternoon luncheon I
I' She needn't have said it in the tradition of the too- show and evening dessert show. Both events will be
English, bacause the tone would small blank.) Gainesville Woman's Club are left to right: Mrs. H. given at the Gainesville Woman's Club, West Univ-
.j I have been clearly understandable Thinking of myself as a "cara- Martha Ann Putnam, son will spend several daysat L. Monk, Mrs. Lamar Roberts, Mrs. Fred Eidsness, ersity Avenue.mar .
in language. caratulista" did wonders for my daughter of Dr. and Mrs. the Slagle home. .
any Thursday afternoon and eve- Goar and Mrs. Don Post Ruddy's
Roberts and Mrs. Fred Mrs. Lawrence
.: :I couldn't blame her, really ego. Until, in browsing through George H. Putnam has been Brasington
at the Gainesville Wom-
iAnnouncements ning ; Mrs. Frank Schwartz
and Eidsness Franklin's.Tickets .
Mrs. Carlos and Mrs
a dictionary, I discovered thatwasn't. named Hope
to Dean's
t I had rained unexpectedly as at
an's Club will be the date and Mrs. William T.
Zeanah Personality
have been Howard We Jr. ii
toward I This is the wortf ems are
had begun our walk really Florida State University. Her be
r. we for received from Dr. and Mrs. the place to get a glimpse of ; Mrs. Clark Jones and may purchasedfrom charge of ticket sales.
the) downtown office building. mask-maker. average the first trimesterwas members of either
J. fashions for Easter and benefit -Mrs. Lamar Crevasse organi-
John Graves, now in Uppsala Jr., L. &
at best the eight of us It is a shame not to be one, 3.071.
\, Even worthy causes at the same L! zation and all reservations are Luncheon tickets are $22:
Sweden of the birth of
that though, and if I knew how to
I form such a motley crew due by Tuesday : md dessert tickets $1.25.
time. evening. are
: Martha Ann in son, Richard Grinton Gram Also Mrs.
'i at all would think twice make masks, I would. a junior Lee Eggert and
anyone about letting us in his country. I music education, recentlywas on February 25. Two fashion revues entitled, Donald Upton, Right Angle;

Bill had his problems, too. As elected secretary of the Dr. Graves, member of the "Three Rings of Fashion," will Mrs. Asa Cox Jr. and Miss Hel- Church CirclesTUESDAY I II
walked FSU of be presented by the City Pan- en Walkup, Silverman's Mrs.
"You! the senora grumbled, we down the hall, I chapter Sigma Alpha University of Florida Collegeof ;
looked at his card. He had Iota, professional music fra- Medicine in the biochemistry hellenic Association and the J. Ed Price and Mrs. Howard
; listed his occupation as anthropologist ternity for women. She has Gainesville Woman's Club. Weems, Wilson's.
department, is on a March 10 NW 25th Avenue.
Coffee which had become ar- served as accompanist for year's leave of absence do- The first will be given duringa Miss Ane Conant and Mrs.R. .
icultor.. the Women's Glee Club, ing research work in the luncheon at 12:30: p.m. and C. Skelley, twig; Mrs. John Wesley Community Methodist 7 p.m., Wesleyan Service
Did it matter? Yes, he de- been a member of the Tally- Quantum Project at the University the second will take place dur- Cluxton and Miss Leslie Egg- Church, WSCS Guild, Mrs. H. C. Martin,
cided. Ho staff, and has been president I of ing a dessert show at 8 p.m. ert, Roundtree Ltd.; Mrs. Pierre Church.
: Honors'Mothers The Mexican government has, and rush chairman of Uppsala. Proceeds from both shows will Bejano and Miss Kay Laughlin 9:30: a.m., Annette Haden Circle -
rightly, become rather sensitive her sorority, Delta Gamma. be used for the ScholarshipFund Donigan's; Mrs. A. E. Folds Church, Fannie Evelyn De- First Lutheran Church, Ladles
about having the country churned S fr FRIDAY FARE of the Panhellenic Association -and Mrs. Winston W. Little, Gei- war Circle Church. Guild

up by treasure-hunters. A This way of fixing bakery and the Clubhouse Fundof ger's; Mrs. William Pritchett I 3 p.m., Susanna Wesley Cir8 p.m., Esther Circle Mrs. R.
:: man whose permit shows him tobe Dr. and Mrs. Frank Gar- bread gives a fish meal a lift. the Woman's Club. Jill's Knit Shop, and Mrs. La-T cJe. Mrs E. L. Williams 819 H. Wenzel 4289 NW 16th Street.ALWAYS I
an agriculturist is entitled to cla-Benogohea: have as their Fish Fillets Mashed Potatoes MODELS LISTED ----

use a shovel but not on an houseguest, the latter's aunt,A Two-Cheese Loaf Fruit Models and the stores whose F!

'Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz was hostess archaeological site. Mrs. Maria Parreno of Matt BeverageThis fashions they will show include iS
We returned. The senora, of drid. Mrs. Parreno came paid : BEDSPREAD
Thursday at a morning coffee j loaf, like the French
honoring the University course, was adamant. It was ticularly to visit her sister,' Mrs. Robert Howe and Mrs
a>, Mothers' Club at the Presidents not permissible to change the Mrs. Isabel Bolivar, motherof pates, benefits from being cold Harry Prystowsky, Belk Lind I

Residence. The party was attended sacred card.I Mrs. Benogohea, who Black Bean Soup with Sherry sey; Mrs. T. S. Melvin and Mrs. Lennets
by some 60 members I lookd at it and wondered makes her home with her Cold Country Meat Salad< H. L. Monk, Blanche's; Mrs. BONANZA
and out-of-town guests of the why. Certainly, the senora's typing daughter and family. Bowl French Bread Upside- Norman Sloan and Mrs. H. J. FIRST QUALITY
I club. ability had not played any down Cake Beverage Babers Jr., Cherry's; Mrs. J.
:Mrs. S. H. Millikan, motherof major role in her J job appoint- PUT
ment. A liberal sprinkling of Members of the GHS Class T
the hostess, assisted in the
XXXX's had covered up corrected of 1904 are planning a reun- 4th AnnualST.

hospitalities.:Out-of-state visitors included I errors. ion Rutherford Thursday.has Miss invited Bessie the 14-'y iz 1ILsiI7k ;;JI SPRING

Mrs. Glen Ford, Endicott, N.Y.; AUGUSTINE: I
I The permit was finally altered class to her lake home, "The t } .
Mrs. Andrew Lindstrom Cadillac

but the senora of the Smile Red Barn," on Lake Rosa
Mich.; Mrs. Roy Chap- never considered the request a with luncheon scheduled following ART ASSOCIATION 44 It IN
nan, Birmingham, Ala., Mrs.P. .
reasonable a morning
one. meeting.
S. Butson, Iowa I
Hampton, ,
I and Mrs. Roy M. Bergengrenof "Your work is agricultural,". ANTIQUE SHOW ti'7w III YOURHOME
she said
sternly, as we left.
Montpelier, Vt. and Daytona Arriving Thursday to vis
Reach. So today, call me Ann or Abigail. it Mrs. Dean Slagle will be MARCH 6-7-8 t
I have
advice for 1$4Jk
I :An informal arrangement of ntists: who have any sci- former residents, Mr. and ? r.. I
yellow and whi' '' snapdragons to enter Mexico may occasion Mrs Beverly Robertson, now 12:00 to 9:30
interspersed) with deep blue Diego. through San of Washington, D. C., Mr. U
larkspur in a silver compote Do not list "Field Robertson, formerly a mem- 22 Marine Street, St. Augustine : WITH
centered the coffee table. Pour- the reason for visit Work" as ber of the University of Flor Snack Bar Donation 75c I + e
Ing coffee were Mrs. Bruce ..-- your ida faculty, and Mrs. Robert II I
Thomason, adviser to the Club, I ,/ I THESE
and Mrs. T. S. George, presi-

dent Club.of the University Women's !jjjifl: tz FLOWERY

:Assisting Mrs. Reitz were Mrs.

p John, Gray, Mrs. Charles Dur I BEAUTIES
ranee, Mrs. Keith Butson, Mrs. SHOP
John John Moor MONDAY -
Sites, Mrs. t I
man, and Mrs. Stephen Beck- II Ii I I i UNTIL 9 P.M. '"
The coffee preceded a business :- 4 I
meeting. Miss Rose Urqu- II II I vJ
hart, president, conducted elec- I I
tion of officers for the coming ,. J
year and a book review of the !
"Adams Papers" was given by 7 1 q>f'e 1 z- 1 / f rE S
I r i t t
Mrs. Sam F. Evans.
New officers named are: n s.

Mrs. John H. Hintermister, : / J447' 11 11S i iI
president; Mrs. H. J. Babers, I
vice president and Mrs. M. E. S
Fox, secretary treasurer.Mrs. ,
Fox gave a brief resumeof
the activities of the club since
its founding five years ago.
Next meeting of the Mothers' x4 q R'N I
Club will be April 2. A_luncheon -
for mothers and daughters,
an annual event of the club, i is ....t

scheduled Holiday Inn.on that date at the I


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J( Most Famous Paris Residents\\ ..n . :......... .c. =-...r

in I (AP Special l Report) yards across the spongy lawnin "Oh dear. He didn't know he I I w SHOP ;.. .''.... .- f

r. PARIS (AP"Come) back her spike heels so the balI I I was invited. But we'll call him .j 10A.M.-9P.M. s s,
r when we have flowers and sunshine conied house would be in the anyway." ..

," smiled the Duchess of background.The ...
Windsor. The duke 68, arrived short .f ..
I house is one of the few! 1 y :,
"Yes seconded the duke privately occupied properties in: "Photographs? Oh no, I'm ; ; THE STORE WITH ...'.
"and let MORE '
me know and I'll put the vast ,'..'
park on the west edge: not at all dressed for it," be ; .:::;'-1 GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER I.' ,
, on more clothes.
of Paris. It is thinly screened i said, patting his broad loose- ; '302 NORTH MAIM
tf Dropping in "Les Wind- from ,
on two thoroughfares by fences ?
: ly knotted necktie and short
sors," as the French call the and .
shrubbery. ...
jacket of four i n ch blue ,
,"' most famous residents of the '
squares, a pattern the French
I Bois de Boulogne wasn't all The couple has rented the:I call "Prince of Wales." :
that casual. /
1/ home from the city of Paris i "
"Oh yes you are, dear, en-
The picture taking session since 1953.
I icourased the duchess. "They
had to be arranged in advance
I The duke and duchess have can say you are in your coun-!
I'' through a staff of secretaries. lived outside Britain since their I try clothes. ;
The duchess but
was prepared
the duke was taken by surprise. marriage in 1937 following theduke's A devotee to the countryside :
abdication as King Ed- the duke puts in his weekends :
ward VIII. I working in the gardens of their:

The duchess busy in town Asked if the duke would join. rented 23acre tract. He does: LI AP
I with social engagements, was, her, the duchess touched her I much of the actual digging. He :' A

driven across the spacious,i|lips with surprise. still plays golf every week. 'II
grounds in an American limousine -:1 t----------
painted i British racing]I
l green, perhaps to match the i! :

green license plates of djplo-i SPRINGS $)
matic status accorded by the l3 ;
French government.A j I

uniformed doorman met herat |! Favorite Sailor

t the driveway entrance to the 1:1I
squarish three story house of;I II II I ttat ,.tyw J.M-uDat

yellowish sandstone.A i I ,

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carry her things through the j I

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if ..6B Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 8, 1964
; and workmen were busy until almost slid into the basement. house has been airconditionedand used jointly, at 1651 and 1653 brothers George, Harry and

the moment the house was re- repainted, some furnish- Pennsylvania Avenue. Peter Frelinghuysen, a Repub-
America's Exclusive Hotel opened. The house has been shut tightto ings shifted around, discardedor Blair House dates.from 1824. lican Representative from New
:: : since 1 and with added. It taken from
: : "We were hanging curtains, guests July Blair-Lee house .next door Jersey. was the
one exceptional visit, nobody Frelinghuysen home in Morris-
placing flowers and doing a "What have done? was built just before the Civil
: little swearing and hoping we'dget has slept there during the you've moved Daniel you Web- War by Francis Preston Blair town, N. J., and .reworked to

il Soon to Be Most Elegant it done on time," Mr. Wal- period. ster," said the former Presi- for his daughter, who marrieda fit the Washington room.
i dron said of the Queen's Suite. Because of the crush of dent of a portrait he had likedin cousin of Robert E. Lee. The chandelier was donatedby
I Mrs. Duke said a massive re- visiting dignitaries in Wash- a drawing room. It had been Mrs. Duke pointed out some Robert Dowling of New
" : Nrai Bark> mtwJI The walls of the suite are nowa sitting room is Regency, and construction job had to be com- ington daring President Ken- moved into the next room. of the changes in the dining York, owner of French & Co.

> By NAN ROBERTSON blue so pale it seems almost there are Adam and Hepple- pleted inside the house "beforewe nedy's funeral, Blair Honse "And where did you get those room on the Lee side of the The Chippendale chairs in the
I i off-white, with dusty rose wa- white mirrors and wall sconces started gilding the lily." was opened for former President rugs?" house. dining room are to be coveredin

:I VVASHINGTON-Blair exclusive House free, tered silk,draperies at the tall throughout. The total effect of Beams were riddled with termites Truman and his daughter The walls are now completely needlepoint tapestry done by
r America's most the rooms is completely elegant,
windows that match the fabric wiring was faulty and Mrs. Clifton DanieL Blair House is really two covered with carved Georgian members. -
;I hotel should soon be one oUh,! g L but dainty..
, ;. rnation's cagonied? four-poster bed.antique. one day, the floor in a sitting: As soon as Mr. Truman en- houses with a common wall, ;paneling, donated by three the wives of the 10 Cabinet
most elegant. 19th-cen- UpAUU..,." ?<'11.1,_,. Needlepoint rugs carry out room gave way under Mr.. tered the house, he noticed .
The ,
J, chairs and a chaise lounge is the rose, blue and white color Duke's feet and the secretaire! some of the changes. The entire
mansion which is across
tury pale blue, pink or white silk. scheme.
J Pennsylvania Avenue from the I

White House and serves as the The mahogany chairs and Mrs. Antonio Segni, wife of ImmediateTMT' Open 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
\ President's guest house for vis- tables and a secretaire much the President of Italy, is to
King chiefs of state, was re- admired tonight by Mrs. Lyn- sleep in this suite. Her husbandwill lfcEtban Aim
: opened January 9 after six don B. Johnson during a tour be next door in what is Delivery on ma MEXICAN rvunrvnt
: .months of furious renovation. through the house are almost known as the King's Bedroom.
I The redecorating inside will all English, late 18centurySheraton It is now done in red, but, like
not be finished for 18 monthsto Hepplewhite and most of the house, its color HOME BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE CO.

two years, but the first efforts Chippendale pieces. scheme will probably be GAINESVILLE'S EXCLUSIVE DEALER, THE STORE WITH MORE .
of the Blair House Fine changed.Mrs. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER "' _
i\\ 1703 N. MAIN ST. PH. 376-4438
t I Arts Committee are spectacular. A sparkling chandelier in the Amory, Mr. Waldron '302 NORTH MAIN STREET
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The showpiece is the Queen's

Suite on the second floor, done y "'fa.a' w Y, yaq. rf d. ax ,dbr tre;: sit;
from top to bottom by Lord &

I Taylor and furnished regally She WearsA -
with antiques and fine fabricsas a''''d''(pN'''rf.;}r''>Rti'i ? a >c
.' the store's gifts to the na- .:ya''tlyr It t i'; 4
tion. ., .'%' t.yry "MISS B" )
I 1 Other furnishings for Blair ,4?
i;J House are expected to be donated Wr ray'd'rxi4%in.r, DRESSin
by individuals. r M r y

I: Mrs. Angier Biddle Duke, the e

II committee chairman and wife '
t ?
i of the State Department's Chiefof / 'ba
Protocal; M r s. Harcourt s a1n,tr.r: EASTER PARADE ,
Amory Jr. of New York, anda
Lord & Taylor decorator, :. r
{I Raymond S. Waldron Jr., + (r.S. y?'C, zb"s' ,. .(;isSa 2a3'x ,.. r 0e4cy a4 >c SX' i 5.9910.99Sizes s4
,I': worked closely together on the t i
I suite. t.e ,Y r t '14.> a r( dyes M'v4?; a'X 4.,:a t t'&S%2'L, ,,
\ L ,.. .';}': R 'SY ,( nf.. y, i.a"Sby' r., ,r' 3-6x & 7-14 P. ;
It is the first and so far the : vXXya :? .
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I She choose from host of
1: only one of Blair seven nYGy' :;A y4:4.i.f can a ;'F

1 bcdroom-sittingroom suites to "g 45 .i 9oi,' d ,,$t, 'iQ'tk.?( .: r bM..i'c+ styles in our hand-picked i .
1 get the full treatment. The New f
; York store donated about collection! She'll find one
$43,000 worth of antique furni-
: ture and planned the entire del piecers, and jacket dressesin

cor. dainty pastels or clean-cut
II navy easy-care cottons -
and Dacron polyester blends.
ooking DuPont's polyes'er fiber

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Baked Fish Frances
I Potatoes Buttered Beets 3t
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Vz cup each finery chopped on- .
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Vz cup boiling water :i A: : BRIGHT.
,! ll/7 cups herb-seasoned pack- "':. \:'''yx,(:>;....,Z. 3". "',.,..': ?

i aged stuffing
Vz teaspoon seasoned salts ;, NEW
} teaspoon pepper
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% teaspoon oregano C1j- I t ;
Wash and dry fish. Saute on- EASTER by
ion and celery in the hot butter. ? ex +. MRa NF.kBEtfTeare
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Stir in the water, stuffing, seasoned ",: ";: ''I .
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; salt, pepper and oregano. a'.t .<:j "
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I in foil-lined 11 by 7 by 2 inch L s 1.29-2.99 ..

pan, greasing foil well. Bake in % ( Y..afi w.v.. Straws and flowered. Saltcr
a moderate (350 degrees) oven & clip-on styles. In v/htt3
30 minutes or until fish flakes. and pastels.
Perfect for "the girls." 3 to 6x & 7 to 14
Chicken Pineapple Salad TODDLERS 3-6X & GIRLS '-14

Hot Biscuits ; 3vr: :,* Pretty new shapes, styled like Mother's and
Coffee Gelatin Beverage scaled down to size! Shiny potent plastic and -;

II CHICKEN PINEAPPLE rich leather-grained vinyl in new shades. :a '
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SALAD \a d Fy.akL

I %:cup mayonnaise
1 tt'-cup sour cream I Ii
1 teaspoon lemon juice xp !
3 cups cubed (1 inch) cooked ;? t

i; 1%chicken cents cups paper-thin celery cres- .x .t i 5A19 2I ,

Salt and white pepper to taste I
"Salad greens For Easter and the Warm Months Ahead po t NYLON and STRING
Irran (about 9 ounces) sliced
:pineapple, drained STRETCH GLOVES
..In a large bowl stir together There is a wonderful treat In store when you wear one of our NOTTINGHAM
I the mayonnaise, sour cream fr
dJemon juice; mix in chicken tropicals. Tailored of choice blends of dacron and wool the' ." r: II j :I' i ,rIl ;t# r 1.00.
and add salt and I ;
Arrange celery;on salad greens pepper ;- I hallmarks of NOTTINGHAM'S craftsmanship is evident the instant you :. : ; Dress-up shortie stops at

topw'.th'! pineapple. Makes four slip on the coat. It is achieved by deft hands that shope, sew, and press : ajl.' the wrist has miniature
,,f hearty servings. I is I pearl I button. Fits ages 4 toaii'
t Note: A steamed or simmered, permanent style into each suit. The colors range from the season's d j 1 12. White.

large roasting chicken will yield I newest mid-tones of blue/olive and clay to rich virile tones of oxford '
the.amount of breast meat need- .
ed for this recipe. blue, walnut brown, and lamp black. Why not make your next suit a

Swiss Steak Mashed Potatoes $65.00 it

Snap Beans Salad from
Layer Cake with Boys iuI

Chocolate CreamCHOCOLATE our Society Brand Miracools from $95.00 0y

IVt cups whipping cream
*4 instant sweet mix AND
cup cocoa
1 teaspoon vanilla BONNET &
Turn cream, cocoa mix and J%? SPORTCOATS

vanilla into a mixing bowl. Beat .. 1 BAG SET
until stiff. Use as filling and lrarrw-J 1 \ I
frosting for two 8-inch white or
yellow cake layers. Store in re Sizes 3-7 2.99SPORT
,. COATS IN SEEKSUCKER & ACETATE Crisp starched straws edged
DACRON & COTTON with lace and sprinkled with

Artisans are going to dismantle Blue & Green Stripes. dainty! posies. Under-the-
the mammoth shrine of mwmmm ', Blue Green Beige 5.99-7.99 chin tie. For girls 2 to 4.

Abu Simbil, built 3,OOO years Solids.
ago out of a rocky Egyptian Toddlers 2, 3, 4 -
cliffside for the god-king Pha- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET --
roah Rameses II. They will rebuild Featuring: Hathaway S',irts Ccrbin Trousers RAYO N/ACETAT .: 1
it on a desert plateau overlooking Wash & wear. Q .QQ.lfl 2.29-2.99; I
the present site, which London Fcg "Main Coats" Assorted Colors. y y "IV:7y. : -- J
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those who wish to take the ex- Afternoon
amination and eive credit Ford Rosseau. Mix a cup of confectioners su-
r e c
Flower ScheduledP Guests present were Mrs.
Show School
for course HI is as follows: Bridge Set Phillip Loggins, Mrs. Paxton gar with a couple of tablespoonsof

'"America's Garden Book," Campbell, Mrs. Bernice Black- lemon juice and use as a

P, By- MARJORIE CRUTCHER plays, one of which was per- chapters 9.27, 28, 30, 31, 36, 38 ByClubAn burn, Mrs. Virginia Silver, Mrs. frosting dip for log shaped
Ij Ai Teas are in full color in formed at the state garden club & 39; "Handbook for Flower Louise Chance, Mrs. Carl F.

F { every garden in Gainesille, the convention. She is a charter Shows, Corsage Craft," Noble afternoon bridge is slated Brand, and Mrs. Mabel White. cookies.

I Tear trees are showing their member of the Azalea Circle in I f and Reusch; Color Notation," by the Gainesville Woman's Club..

,! petals and soon the spring flow- Tallahassee organized in 1928. I M un sell; "All About House for Friday at 1:30 p.m. in the i
ers will bloom. Wouldn't you On Wednesday and Thursday, Plants," M. Free, "Art of Color Clubhouse, West University ONE-WEEK FRIENDSHIP

l like to know how to arrange this "It:1./ luncheon will be served at the and Design," Graves; "Color in Avenue.At Claussner HOSIERY SALE!
beauty and use it in your own Community Center by the Glor- Flower Arrangement," Wilson, '
.tl t home? f. '-, iosa circle of the Gainesville and uJ u d g ing Fruits, Vegeta- a recent bridge party, Seams & Seamless Plain or Mesh All New Shades :
Show School Garden Club. Tickets will be 75 bles, Nuts and Gardens," Pettit. spring appointments were used .
The Flower 1
with c a m e 11 ias centeringthe ai5
*course III, to be given by the cents. twenty-five tables. Plum 1.35 109 box of 3
Gainesville Garden Club, Inc. r.t Mrs. Tom Pierson is chair- Reg. pair y| .
of the Flower Show School blossoms and azaleas were arranged -
( on Wednesday, Thursday and man In making sandwich rolls,
Friday will teach you to make committee and her cochairmanis you may find the bread easiestto
Bridge winners were Mrs. :
Mrs. G. G. Kirkpatrick. The IATVIIER'SWest
i I lovely a r ran gements of shrubs your ,tr, i u. committee includes all circle roll if you cut off the crusts. Phillip Loggins, Mrs. Floressa 1ll :
and blossoming
flowers 'But most important of all be rMrs.. Justus Wil-
Flower Show School chairmen. .
I and also to grow healthier t ,I"' University Ave. Use Central Charg
'Ynr i
A & liams. Canasta
winner Mrs.
Required rea d ing list for sure the bread is fresh! was
I plants. ..
Too often, Gainesville gardeners -
and garden club members

think that the series of lectures WRYS
and demonstrations in these HELP AVAILABLE NOW FOR :
(.1 courses are only for flower show L0Liff
-,' chairmen or for those who want .'1 y# \KKVI : DivF\iss; -, .-

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f II es. New, FREE "Better Hearing" booklet published by a\
:' These courses are designed to Zenith Radio Corporation explains how help is avail-
teach good flower arranging able to those who have a sensory-neural hearing loss
principles for home practice sometimes called nerve deafness). If you "Hear, but
I tl and to help entrants in the z' zfs can't understand some words," this FREE booklet may ff
I spring flower show to present rl have the answer to your problem.The booklet explains
11 their flowers to their very best bow an inexpensive Zenith"Acoustic Modifier"*can be
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All sessions to be held at
This arrangement was designed by Mrs. BETTER HEARING "oo/'et pub"shed

''I l i Highland Center Court, 1001 Manor NE Community 28th- Ira duct Varnedoe classes in of Flower Jacksonville Arranging, who will for con-the by Zenith Radio Corporation TODAYCOUCH'S UT I J(g) I (,, ) J :.

Ave., are open to everyone in- Gainesville Garden Club Wednesday, ji r .

terested in flowers and garden- Thursday and Friday. The reproductionis :

I ing. taken from the "Florida Flower Arrangement rt
need not be a 608 N.
Registrants 7 :
I I' Calendar.
I F: member of a garden circle.: Fee r anaW .
: for the series of lectures is $a. tic and prize winning arrange- show practice in nine states MAIN ST. rQi4

,. On Wednesday, after an hour ments. She is a national accredited this year.
t registration period from 8 until judge with a master's
Main topics to be covered in FRESH ZENITH HEARING AID KROEHLERO
Ii 9 a.m., Mrs. Ira Varnedoe off certificate, as well as beinga by
the horticulture lectures given
l Jacksonville, will give instruc- winning flower show chair- BATTERIES FOR MOST HEARING AIDSFor
by Mrs. Davidson will include
tion in flower arranging. This man. .
house plants, with emphasis on A varied selection of favored peri-
first session, ending at noon, od sofas with extra features not
i In 1962, the Mrs. Varne- begonias, pansy plants and the -
will be followed by luncheon. year found in other makes at this
served at the Community Cent doe was chairman, the Florida judging of fruits and vegeta popular price. Enjoy the matchless .
Federation of Garden Clubs luxury of reversible zippered -
t! ter. At 1 p.m., students will bles.Author EASTER Outfits full-foam cushions with Kroeh- -
Flower Show held in
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a in judging and point scorIng -I Jacksonville, won the purple Mrs. Davidson has writtena Specially for the construction and famous Kroehler
of artistic arrangements in' award, the national award for column on horticulture for the quality throughout.

I.I a mock flower show set up for all state shows. "Tropical Living" magazine, Children you've just -,.-
Mrs. V aloe is teaching articles on birds for the Talla- ,
I, this purpose. a r n got to see Ruddy's first
Registration period will begin flower arranging and flower hassee Democrat, and two short
I again at 8 a.m. on Thu.day.
Mrs. Varnedoe will lecture ,
from 9 until 11 on flower show

//1 practice and all phases of put-
ting on a successful flower ". It is true. I never assisted a flower m;..:rla\ly\
t\I show. in Its growing, but doubt not it was of the last importance JA .. : ., y
I' only to be present at it."
:1 After a short break, Mrs. Millard HENRY DAVID THOREAU
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But doubt not the honor and privilegeto
we _
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; followed by an hour of student p.m. 1beautiful, book of twelve thousand photo r They're in! ;:

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( flowers and plants from everywhere 1. t
in solid
and point scoring in horti- a .
culture. The examination for, that is why it is calledEXOTICA : f: fashion .

I those who wish to receive cred- \ .
it--for course III will be on Friday ra.. > For Girls- .
i :from .untilI2 a.m. 1963 publication, 1825 pages. Thirty-Nine Dollars I 3.994.99Boysall $199

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Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 8, 1964

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II I I I Club Holds Sewing Contest (Advertisement"Wliiplasli")

i, UO i I Mrs. Mitchell a TV Baumstein Fashion Com-impersonating

'd- G/llHJJ (){d { mentator Princess Grace interviewing and Prince' guests Ra-of 5 Neck Injury

nier in the drawing room of ;r.
f \ their castle, introduced contest- t This type of neck strain is becoming vry
\J\ common By far the largest cause is attributedto
JOSEPp/NE ants of the Florida Club wom- '
auto accidents. An unexpected jolt snaps
an's sewing contest at the
+ ,., neck and head suddenly backward
; the cr
\ I I American Home Division of the a \ forward.A .
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LOW/WAN ; 'Gainesville Woman's club at
recent meeting. stiff peck may occur then headache. less
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,I Dr. M. F. Weaver of neck motion, blurred! vision, pain and ninths
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Mrs. Pierre Bejano, wearing
ness in arms, nausea, ond other symptom*
There has been a terrific up- fir'':;;" i a suit of white Sahara drapery I Gentle safe, chirt-practic adjustments hove

swing in the use of wigs since ;. I I material won first place. She ..aYt been very affective in correcting whiplash, problems. Most auto insurance -
,", Pix I will represent the Club in the pays for Chiropractic treatment for whiplash injury
1950.Before District contest.
that most women who ,J.1".r- 'h ,* r A consultation and brief preliminary examination can determineif

wore them did so from necessityand s: ; j i Mrs. D. A. Davies who won r\ I yours is Chiropractic cose 626 NW 13th St Ph 2-9587.

they were classed with eyeglasses jI second place wore a three- J __ h__ __ _
and hearing aids. Today t I|I piece outfit of bone silk shake.

it's a different story! Women Other contestants were Mrs.
wear wigs and extra hairpieces i IJOhn E. Wood Mrs. Paul H.

for fun, fashion and con- I'[Jordan Jr., Mrs. Marvis Roberts 3a ot

"emence. This boom in "wig- I I Mrs. Lynn Ten Eyck d/6
wagging"* is no doubt due to r I(I Mrs. D. C. Ostrander, Mrs. J.
B. Carmichael and Mrs. Fred I
the fact that many stars of I
Stage TV screen and theateruse Laughon Jr. I
y G1
them. Via v=' Judges for the event were
ht. Mrs. Frank W. Palmer, Home
I had a fascinating experience
Economics teacher at Howard
other day in New York City.I I I
Bishop Junior High School, H.
went through a wig factory Mrs. Mary Sue Gann, former > RCA VICTOR
and watched them being made.I .' Home Demonstration Agent, by
had asked Nathan H. Schwer-
Home I
and Mrs. Jane Segrest, :
net of the Schwerner :
Oppen- t Economics teacher at Gainesville -:
helm Company for an interview.I .
r I I High School.International I T
wanted to learn about (
more guests, who ---9-I --- '=-' '
that I could the ---: ---- -
Figs.so relay I -
fashions from -
modeled ... --
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countries, were 'IJ
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This company only sells to I'Tominago of Japan, in native kimono -

retailing when hair individual goods salons problemcases except Today more and more women are starting to don I' ; Mrs. Perez of Spain, Mrs. D. A. Davies, above, received second place !

referred directly to wigs for fun, fashion and are I I of handwork; and Mrs aBridge sponsored here by the American Home Division of ---=-= ,
I them by such salons or by public be implanted at the same vice: Keep your wig on a block,than; of Iran, who modeled her the Gainesville Woman's Club. She is pictured during -
: :,'institutions. It seems that time, depending on the hair 'however, be sure that the blockI : native costume and performed the contest entered by 10 members of the organization
I -
the skill of wig making is often I style. A needle with a very,:I its the same size as jour head.,1i i one of the Iranian dances. who competed last week. Her ensembel is a More

passed down from generation to I very tiny hook at the end is(Otherwise, it may shrink_ or;; Mrs. Waldmar Olson arrang- three-piece suit of bone silk shake. People
i generation. Mr. Schwerner is a I used. :stretch so that it will not fit;!ed for presentation of this part,------ -- ,- own ;

third-generation producer and i You can have a wig which is jou properly. Happy wigwagging -i>of the program. RCA
/ one:: of the largest manufactur!very lightweight, but with these;, '! Music for the event was giv.en j j Waitresses Cel VICTOR TV it

er. -in the field of handmade I there are some limitations as I If :lou are worried because > by Mrs. Robert F. Head, pianist I More Coverage Th jIf
wigs. to how they can be styled. jour hair is falling out my i and Mrs. Norman Sloan, o j. 0 tl. Any OtherTintl ,
-- Stjled At Salon Many women want to know I I new booklet "Is Your Hair I soloist. i I I WINNIPEG, Man. (AP-The' '
) styling for a made-to- how to care for their wigs. It Thinning?" will be important ; Mrs. F. W. Kokomoor and!Manitoba Liquor Control Board

ordjj wig is usually done at the j,is best to have them cleaned I!I I to )OU. If you would like to (Mrs. H. L. Monk presided at.put it up to the night spots: NEW DIALCET I

salon. i professionally, but if you are : have it, send 15 cents and a !the serving table, which was :either give scantily clad waitresses Finest in faucetsfor
TJjp woman and her hair sty-! going to do it yourself never I stamped, self-addressed envelope !;covered with a lace cloth and I new homes and old
I more maneuvering room!
Iis hoose what feel will
they I'use soap and water. Use a good with jour request to Josephine centered with an arrangementof
or make them wear more;
Die coiffure -
be most -
flattering -
fluid. Lowman in of and with -
dry cleaning care I sewing items cam- -:-
former. Then a picture of the; Another bit of ad ,I clothes. ;
I important I the Gainesville Sun. llias.
selected hairdo is usually sent ------- The aim was to discourage ; Series The 64 PETITE A'02. --- 1
to the manufacturer so that he "slappers and pinchers," a com; 16 tube (overall MBy

will know how to proceed.I Club Notes mission spokesman said. : 125 sq.in. pictureImagine

was intrigued to see that a The deadline was :March 1. So, rn .. -:
wig is charted with as much! far three Winnipeg spots have; I 1
precision as an architect uses;i! By RALPH H. BLODGETT The club will meet tomorrowat Ian Gibson i and the writer;dressed the girls up rather than: H. J. BOX
when planning a building. Hairs:!| Mrs. Leon Garrard and Phil 7:30: p.m. at the Faculty Club, came in third with 116, while)increase the floor space per
of different lengths go to differ-:''Goldhagen! won the master point'West Newberry Road and again Mrs H. L. Gray and Mrs. L. E. J customer from 12 square feet: Plumbing 410 N.W. Ccmpsny 19th Lane it's Yours $12995
ent spots on the foundation ofi j I i in the North South direction at,Wednesday at 7:45 p.m. at Weed Grinter were fourth with 111. !to 14. i! FR 6-2238

the future wig and the hair isj!!'the University City Bridge Club I Hall 107 NW 15th Terrace. Allin-I Mrs. E. D. Mathews and Mrs. .. -- for
thicker in some places than in <'meeting at the University Faculty -j terested bridge players are invited W. T. Zeanah walked off with OnlyTrim
t others. I'] Club Monday evening. Mrs.! to attend and compete. top honors in the East West direction I II

You will be as interested, as ;,M. Herget and S. L. Williams; CRAPPS with 136 match points. I and terrific this RCA Victor all-new Spo'rtabout travels
I was, in knowing just how a''were second and R. W. Jones i Van A. May and Ronald A. i 1 in the best company. It's slim lightweight and remarkably
wig is made. and Dr. R. I. Johnson tied with: Mrs. E. C. Kirkland and :Mrs.R. [Bennett took second with 12612,I handy to carry. Offers outstanding performance too. Featuresa

& The first step is the preparation Miss Carol Ruppert and Miss I L. Bowman tied with Mrs. ;!followed by Dr and Mrs. E. R.I newly-developed RCA Power Grid Tuner and
" of the raw hair. The hair Joan Yerry for third and fourth. i Jules Wetekamm and Mrs. J. A. (I Woodward with 124, and \ 6? chassis (design to in
average pull crisp and detailed pic
,i is combed straightened. The, Mrs. R. \\'. Jones and Mrs. 0. ,Jones Jr. for first place among and Mrs. A. J. Catotti with /7 tures. RCA Space Age Sealed Circuitry for extra dependabil. .
roots and the matched I in the North South players at the
1 points are Thudlimann took first place Il4M I Top.fron"Golden Throat"sound from the 5'speaker..
and then the hair is gathered the East-West direction. Mr i i Wednesday evening tournamentof I
The club will hold its next Sensitive built-in
bundles of simi- the Gainesville Bridge Club Ii monopole antenna that adjusts for best
, together in and Mrs. Dan Roberts were sec-I I .
lar lengths and colors. Practically ond. and Miss R. Johnson ands'Jack ;1 with 131 match points. With nine[tournament at 7:30: tomorrow signal. Here's RCA Victor Sportabout TV qu?':' : -4 '- *nce
tables in evening at the Recreation Center and styling at a budget-pleasing price.
all of the hair comes from ,, Smith were third. j average score
Europe. : At Weed Hall Wednesday eve- for all pairs was 108. Visiting pairs are invited.

The next step is called "pip- ning, D. R. Frazier and the f't
ing." The hair is wound on long writer came home ahead of the

wooden or glass rods and then ,, other North-South pairs. Mrs.
either steamed or boiled for M. Herget and Mrs. Genevieve

curling. Stern were second and Dr. fit4t1It INSTANIyICE'
Next comes what is called and Mrs. R. W. Jones were 1, aof

"ventilating. This takes a superlative -, third. I z I
degree of skill and Mrs. Norman Hecht and Mrs. ti 1x FROM@ '
years of training. It looks like Harry R. Warfel led all the East-; r 1

needlepoint to me, but Mr. West pairs to the finish line. :

Schwerner says it is more like Second went to Mr. and Mrs. s.l 12.2 cubic: foot
very fine crocheting. Each hair L. Williams and third to Dr.l, f -- ? I" M09 ie
is'implanted into a silk foundation George Ramsey and Maurice : refrigerotor.freeler
by hand. One to six hairs :Yeates. g :; Ij I
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'J .III Sunday, March 8, 1964 Goln.IYIU.Sun"'ABiiil

b Fashion Show I The steam created by the
Spencer-Wilbur small amount of water keepsthe I' -
rolls moist.

Is Tuesday bi'HelfJ/te MRS. FLOYD HAWKINS -

A fashion show with emphasis
on the new fabrics will be Anybody got an answer?
I I Me fa fee Cruse Who knows when we are goIng
t presented at the March meeting to OPEN TOMO0
" replace something that
of the Alachua. Pharmaceutical
County will lean a rust stain?
o Auxiliary Tuesday and they say it works beau Please take the time out to AND EVERY MONDAY tHOjSJgttf
. night. cut tifully. But I never thoughtto write us a letter. Address
{ Spcial guests will be the MyN Aa suc cover a bandage the way your letter to Heloise in care AND FRIDAY NlGrlfTIL

, girls enrolled in the College of on the you did. of this paper. I Ion to help
t Pharmacy at the University of it HELOISE others. Don't yon? I 9:00

Florida. ... ... ... HELOISE

Members may also bring over it DEAR HELOISE: -

guests to this meeting in the (not too A good way to warm up bak-
r f home of Mrs. W. L. Copelan, ) mother ery doughtnuts, leftover rolls,
1207 NE 6th Street at 8 p.m. sock biscuits, etc., is to put them on
R but the a- sheet of foil, dip your fin-
and gers in water and sprinkle R/d-

If here{} .isn't enough muffin c stay them then fold over the
batter to fill all the wells in the foil and put them In a 350 degree -
muffin pan, half-fill the emp- REPKO oven for a few minutes. t _

ty cups with water. Color-Mate

Colling All Homemakers x ri n I, Select your new
fcr Bob Oakley SPRING FABRICS Y:
f r I t e
1 "FLOOR PLAN" method

If"decorate"instead you wontto 1.79-1.99-2.29 Y / \JAf '

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with a floor s L; 4 > ;' One Week
. ,I1' plan. If you do I uMr. ':
.I e have on and Mrs. Neal Raymond Spencer I '

origin COLORADO SPRINGSMISS rings were a gift
JInot i a I floor I 20% OFF
groom. i I Ikg
plan take a Patricia Louise Wilbur

I! yard stick or of Pago Pago, American Samoa Father Best V
I Bob OakUy tope measure ,
all walls and Neal Raymond Spencer -
! and measure your
The maid of SALE 1.43-
the width of your doors and also of and
Pago Pago,
windows. and the height of Pauline Warmuth, _
windows from the floors. !formerly of Gainesville, Fla., the bride, wore a
Make a sketch showing allof exchanged their marriagevows brocade satin 1.59&1.83 c'jGROUP
i\ the necessary dimensions I dress and pillbox
February 15 in the Churchof
sketch the furni-
and then in
I I two pieces you plan to use. the Divine Redeemer of Colorado sage was of pink i INCLUDES .
t I If you would like someoneto and roses. f > SOLID COLOR BOLTING- r A3a
help you, we shall be glad to Springs.Rev. .
take these measurements and The CORITCOLLI "CURTAIN
I make this lay-out for you. Duane Theobald was served as best I (RAYON/SILK) CALL"f
I In this way you are eliminating the officiating minister. Nup- were George Junction.&y I (PRINTED DACRON), CROWN"LATTICANE" '"

I may then the select guesswork pieces and that you will tial music was given by E. Warmuth, James (SOLID LINEN- =
not only fit into your home but I L. Rogers, soloist, and Mrs. ther of the bride I LIKE RAYON) "SINHUE"DACRONAVRIL V ins V y
will fit perfectly. This is the Evelyn Crandall, organist.The Massey, cousin of ..Qr I ( ) PRINTS s
only sensible and correct way > "COHAMA"ARNEL JERSEY & I :, ,
I to do a real decorating job in groom.
your home. You must know just bride is the daughter of gft7r0 "ROSEWOOD" 1 100% DACRON w .
what will fit into your room Mrs. Simon E. Wilbur of De Following the 1 PRINTS.
and wall space before buy- I Beque, Colo., and the late Mr. reception was held
ing. 'Wilbur. The bridegroom is the ust Warmuth PRINTED
I If you do not plan to purchase COTTONPETTIPIQUES > a'
all of your furnishingat !son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Spencer Brew Loetscher .
I one time, then this plan of Gainesville.For George Pfalmer f
.becomes doubly important. hostess and Miss
I Building to a plan will eliminate her wedding, the bride port was in charge FLORAL PIQUES FOR ALL CASUAL .? ....' r
I f costly "throw-aways" later. chose a street-length gown of ding book. OR VACATION WEAR SEWING
Call 376.4438. or stop in. embossed organza. Her shoul- REG. 99c-1.19 SALE
t We'll be ,lad to 79cyd. .
help youwith I IJ der-length veil was held by a To Live in i
J no oblitetion. It's part of i .. .
our free decorator service. And white satin coronet trimmed -
It's ti. smart way to decorate. with seed pearls. Her bouquetwas After the I Floor :-.
HOME BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE a cluster of red roses with lyweds left on a Piece Goods Shop2nd
CO. 1703 N. Main St. wood Springs, De ..
ivy streamers. Her pearl ear--. Los Angeles. They

home in Pago 4 .
7 L..
I Samoa after
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The bride was x: xv WlA.ONCEAYEAR':::
from De Beque .
!1 for Easter "chicksSee and the School of .

your Loretto Heights : .
i ver. She is '..t:; r \ CLOSET SHOP SALE

a1 cher of Public ,
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Our Beautifuli

i Easter Collection The bridegroom, 4lV: CLEAR PLASTIC SHOE FILE (FAR LEFT) ,...

l : DRESSES of an ment the entomologist of University American for of Oit, .;::N "t 1a,, ((12 Pockets) REG. 1.99 SALE 1.69 .-.

Out of town
By Alyssa wedding included CLEAR PLASTIC POCKETBOOK FILE
S.. ((8 Pockets) REG. 1.99
Wilbur and James
S$ Cinderella Things Arming Daily At .
De Beque; Mr. and I SALE 1.69

I 1 i; Linda-Lo cer groom's of Gainesville; '- "Joum & PLASTIC GARMENT BAG (2-3( garment)

J from Lena Evans; his In.> oUege 5Jbop. (BELOW, RIGHT) ,.
I H. Massey and REG. '1.99
:t795 1100 all of Boulder; the
to SALE 1.69
Miss Martha Ave. Dial FR 2-4606
I cousin Miss Judy
Sizes 3 thru 14 both of Denver, Rear of Store
Wright of Grand I '
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REG. 7 0 95 fi.
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Full SLIPS ( :/ : is BLANCH'S

'too t i4 3 I 88 SALE ITEMS !

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R, I, nti & Summer '
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i Dresses NOW sy REG. 1.00, CLOSET SHOP SALE 83.


$ .a Reg. $10.98 to 29.98 $7.99 $23.99 ; REG. 1.00 . CLOSET SHOP SALE 8Sf


I Skirts ''4 Top of Door for drying towels, hosiery,
undies, etc.)

Reg. $5.98 ,to 9,98 NOW ,$2 & $3

f ; A SPECIAL LOT: REG. 1.00 . . . . CLOSET SHOP SALE 88c .

., i; \ by Annette j! MADRAS SHORTS-Reg. $7.98. NOW $4.00 "EXPANDO" CLOTHES RACK, REG. 1.00 . SALE 88c .

., MADRAS SHIRTS by Lady Arrow and Cos '
Sizes 9 to 18
.. mos. Cob Reg. $7.00. NOW $3.00 rM
g :* i I LAUNDRY-UTILITY BAG REG. 1.00 . SALE 88c o :
y 1 2-3-4 years $' REGULAR SHORTS \ '
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J I Va. Theologian Inter American Study Nears WSCS Spiritual Plans Life

(rt I To Open Center's J- CourseThe
I A workshop on Inter-Ameri- wis F. Haines will address the Study
can Relations will get under- at lunch Inter-Amer-
group on
[way Tuesday at the First Me- Methodist Event Features ican Communications, and in WSCS of the Wesley

r.! Busby LecturesDr. f [l thodist Church sponsored by the afternoon, the Rev. Dr. Community Methodist Church
w : [the Dept. of Christian Social Tom Adams Teams
I Relations, Women's Division of Study George P. Howard, a retired will conduct a spiritual lift

Dr. John H. Leith, professorof Westminster Fellowship when he t4 X r .the Methodist Board of Miss -- ----- missionary the church's to Brazil role, will in social discuss study course entitled "Teach-

historical theology at Union killed in automobile ions. meet change in Latin America. ings Toward Christian Perfection -
was an ac- comes Tuesday night Tuesday's topic will be "The
I' Theological Seminary in Rich- 'cident.in 1963. \[ Inter-racial and inter-faith, when Sec. of State Adams will Current Situation in Latin Am- Mrs. W. D. Stevens has coordinated ," with the series start
mond, Va., gives a series of :the group will meet at the speak at a dinner at the Holi- the local program, assisted ing Tuesday at 7:30 pan.
three lectures Sunday and Mon- A Kent Fellow in the Societyon church, 419 NE First St., Tuesday day Inn. His topic will be "Flo- erica, and featured on the op- by Mrs. B. D. Adams,
day at the PresbyterianUniveralty Religion in Higher Educa- and Wednesday to discuss rida-Columbia: Partners in Pro ening program will be: Society Mrs. Agnes Dell, Mrs. John Sessions will be held Tuesdayand
Center. tion and a member of the Am- ::4' and study the state of Inter-Am- gress." and anthropology Dr. Har- Wilson, Mrs. Karlene Chiles, Wednesday and March 17

erican Society of Church His- yiH erican relations. Drawing on local ry W. Hutchinson; history and Mrs. George Newell, Mrs. Gor- and 19 from 7:30 to 9 p. m.
He speaks Sunday at 6:30: tory and the Society for Re- s ; authorities, Florida's Secretary This dinner meeting, slated don Owens, Mrs. Chris Mathew- at the church, 826 NW 23rd.
p.m., on "The Christian as a formation Research, Dr. Leith's of State Tom Adams anda for 6 p.m., is open to the pub- politics Dr. David Bushnell; son, Mrs... Tom Mitchell, Mrs. Blvd.
Southerner;" at noon on Mon- publications include "Creeds of visiting team of Latin Amer- lic, and tickets may be obtained geography of Latin AmericaDr. Bert Kinzey, Mrs. Louis Gaitanis -

day with a luncheon lecture on the Churches," which he edit- ican women, participants in the from Mrs. Gordon Owens, Raymond Crist, and economics Mrs. John Howze, Rev. The course, a study of the
"The Community of Faith and ed, and "John Calvin's Theolo- conference will seek ways the FR 65085. and the Alliance for Progress Tom Mitchell, First Methodist teachings of John Wesley

the Community of Learning;" gical Method and Ambiguityin American nations can better However, participation in the Dr. Robert Bradbury. pastor, and Rev. John Sikes, Francis Fenelon and Evelyn
and Monday night at 7:30 on his Theology." cooperate and solve mutual workshop itself is by invitationand Gainesville district superintendent Underhill, will be presented by
j "The Christian in the Twen- ADAMS problems.A limited Wednesday morning, besides Mrs. Al Martinez.R. .
to 100
, He has served as pastor at though
tieth Century." Presbyterian churches in Nash- highlight of the two day public is invited to the dinner, Mrs. Bender's talk, a pan-

r All lectures are open to the ville, Tenn\ and Auburn, Ala., and may hear the conference el composed of Cat Glen Far- Sunday School 'Losers'

j public and reservations may an4 on the faculty of Columbia St. Johns Meth. speakers in the sanctuary.Mrs. ris, Dr. Vidal Trujillo, Dr. I

be made for the luncheon by Seminary and Alabama Polytechnic Clifford Bender of New Irene Zimmerman and moder- At NCB Plan CookOutA
calling FR 6-3851. institute. He is on the York, who's the Methodist's ated by Dr. Lyle McAllisterwill
Presbyterian General Assem- executive secretary for Chris- consider means of inter-
!, Dr. Leith is the first of the bly's committee on .revision of Plan Homecoming tian Social Relations and the' American cooperation. Dr. Le- Western style cook-out Fowler and Jennings Reason -
Busby Memorial Lectures un- the "Book of Church Order," Board of Missions' official Unit- giant size is planned by the

: der sponsorship of the Presby- the board of "Presbyterian Survey ed Nations observer, Wednes- FSU to Conduct Sunday School of the North Cen- The recreation committee has
. terian University Center. The ," ani' ontributing editor of The St. Johns Methodist Rev. Lloyd Hampton, pastorof day morning will speak on work tral Baptist Church for Friday
" lectures were recently established "Presbyterian Outlook." Church near Santa Fe observed the St. Johns and Worthington possible through the UN. Asian Institute night at 7 on the church planned horseshoe pitching, volley
in memory of James Lon its annual homecoming day Churches, welcomed for- During her stay in Gaines- grounds. More than eight hun- ball, ping-pong and other

t Busby who was president off Revival PlannedIn last Sunday. Participating with mer members and friends. ville, Mrs, Bender is the guestof TALLAHASSEE A Summer dred people will be there. I. family activities.All .

members were the Worthingtonand Among the guests were Mrs.E. her sister, Mrs. D. T. Willi- Institute in East Asian Studiesfor The cookout, according to men on the losing team

Spring Hill congregations.Dr. M. Rooks of Gainesville, ams. Social Studies Teachers will Rev. N. B. Langford, pastor is a will come prepared to cook on

f Hawthorne F. W. Kokomoor of Gain- ,whose husband, the late Rev. The four Latin American women -be held at Florida State Uni- climax to the recent Sunday the grill, set up tables, prepare

esville, pastor of the SpringHill Rooks, was once pastor of the make up the "World Un- versity June 15Aug. 8 school attendance drive. The and serve the food, and, accord-
HAWTHORNE-Revival serv- Methodist Church, was the I St. Johns churcfi; Mrs. Noel V. derstanding Team," brought losing Blue Team will provide ing to Sunday School Superin-
ices slated at the First Meth- First institute of the 1
9 are keynote speaker.Rev. Nihoul, widow of the late Rev. here by the Board's Women'sDivision. kind to this social for the winning Red. tendent C. C. Below, "have a
odist Church in Hawthorne tomorrow be held here it will be I.
repeated '*.
Nihoul, pastor from 1944 to They're working with team. bang up good time.
i through next Sunday.No Maxie Wilkinson of Rai- in the summers of 1965 and
1947 and Mrs. Atlanta Ellis
the Inter-American General Dick King of the Blue
services will be held ford, and the Baker seven con- 1966 Dr. I .
Sat- County George A. Lensen the Those attending are encouraged
Taylor Worthington, a former sultations being held over the Team has appointed the follow-
urday night. Quartet, had charge of the mu- director, said. to follow the- western
member of the church.An .
early nation of which the local ing chairmen to make
I preparation -
Rev. E. F. Mayton, chaplainthe sic program. theme and dress in western at-
Florida State Prison at Rai- old fashion song servicewas workshop is one. Grants from the Asia Society, ; Food, Mrs. Hazel Gates-!
1 tire.
; Floral enjoyed in the afternoon. the Asia recreation Joe Mixon and
arrangements were Foundation and the man; ,
ford will be the minister
guest Team members all out-
yY and R. A. Spinks, a member of placed in the church by R. A. church are in Japan Society will enable the Tom Ricketson; lighting, Ly-- ,
standing women
) the Hawthorne church, will lead and Louise Davis in memoryof their own countries. Miss Ade- institute to offer 12 fellowships man Thomas; cooking, Leon Our love for God must find its
the singing. their parents; also by Mar- for Florida primary and secon- Brinson, Golden Gamble and expression in love for our fel-
M t lina Gonnet of Buenos Aires,
Services will begin each nightat Davis.A tha Hayes. in memory of Jan ...a .U'rgv h.p y, Argentina is U. S. educated, a !.dary school teachers, he said.'David Laird, and clean-up, H. lowmen. I

7:30. social worker and teacher, .
Prior to becoming chaplain of feature of the homecoming : Mrs. Celia Osuna de Hernan

I the State Prison, Mayton servedas celebration was a basket lunch, .b.Mb"Lr dez, Colonia del Valle Nuevo
pastor of the Centenary Methodist -spread on a long table on the Leon, Mex., presently is trea-
LEITH i Church in Gainesville.. church grounds. surer of the Latin American {R
Confederation of Methodist Women

Mrs. Yolanda Tognozzi
McIntosh Methodist Starts Munhoz from the State of Sao

Paulo, Brazil, heads the depart-
ment of Social Action of the

Latin American Confederation,
I Youth Week ProgramThe x and Miss Duva Guiterrez' of

Bogota, Columbia, is sponsoredby your complete car
t '-' I the Presbyterian Church Y

( McI n t 0 s h Methodist served in churches in Indiana, munity House. There will be USA. She is head of the liter-

Church will launch its annual Georgia and Florida. special e n t e rtainment and a acy program for the Presbyterian shop!
p :. ;
Youth Week tonight, to run His youth week program will closing worship service. SMITH Church of Colombia.
through Thursday.The begin at 6:15: p.m. today with a Officers of committees organ- Miss Peggy Billings, acting

affair is an inter del -sandwich supper in McIntosh izing the week's activity under .Acc e t s Post staff assistant with the Depart-
n o m fn a t J oral program for Methodist the direction of Mrs. R. E. Rut- ment of Christian 'Social Rela- N

l young people in grades 712. After the meal, there'll be discussion -land are Lena Keep, general In Madison Areafor tions, is accompanying them on .9.
1 This year it will feature Rev. recreation and chairman; Beverly Wynne, hos- their travels. She is on fur- :a -4

,. Frederick Murphy of Lowell 1 a church groups service., Nights of discussion pitality; Gloria Jones, worship; the past three years assist- lough from her regular assign- t- ..
I1l ted,Church in Gainesville. I Jacqui Stroup, music; Shir- ant rector at Holy Trinity Epis- ment as director of Tai W h a
and will beginat '
'. Rev. Murphy is.a graduate 7 Tuesday worship and Wednes- ley Geiger, recreation; Dixie copal Church, is now priest Christian Social Center in Begorra! Tis ;
student at the University of p.m. McL au chI i n, press; Sylvia in-charge of St Mary's Espiscopal -Seoul, Korea.

Florid::He's a native of Indiana day.The Green, publicity; and Don Church, Madison, and Mrs. Bender initially will Fun To
\ where *he was graduated from Youth Week program will Smith, Wilshire Walkup, Billy Christ Episcopal Church, Mon- I speak at tonight's 7:30 worship Shop
Butler"University and the Chris- end Thursday with a banquet at Suggs and John Edwards, prop- ticello. Smith began his minis- 1 service at First Metho-

tian Theological Seminary. He's 6:30 p.m. in the McIntosh Com- erties and arrangements. try there last Sunday.at .dist. Chesnut's! 8XPATI cKs

I : ; Church Directory j.ye.AlID5StlN

GAINESVILLE CHURCHES 4200 NW 39th Ave., services at munion on 2nd.and 4th Sundays. 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Newberry Methodist, servicesat StlN .{ :

I .Advent Churches 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Holiness Trinity Church of the Nazarene 9:55 ajn. and 7:30 pjn.

Advent Christian Church, 617 Ridgeview Baptist Church, Eliam Pentecostal SW Ar- 926 NW 31st Ave., servicesat Williston Methodist Church, CHESNUT OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO.
NW 19th St., services at 11 services at 11 ajn. and 8 INC.
NE 1st St. services: at 11 a.m. a.m. and 8 p. m. cher Rd., services at 11 a.m. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. PresbyterianFirst :
and 7:30 p.m.Umbarger and 7:30 pjn.University 106 W. Ave. Ph. FR 2.
Westslde Baptist Church, Pentacostal Holiness University Ave. Church of the Presbyterian Church Memorial Advent 4039 Newberry Road, servicesat Nazarene, 3545 W. Unv. Ave., Williston, service at 11 ajn.
Church, Odd Fellows temple
I 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. services at 10:45 ajn. and 7:30
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Christian, 19th St at 45th Ave., Catholic at 740 SE 2nd Ave., services V
l services at 11 ajn. and 7:30 at 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn.
St. Augustine Chapel, 1738
f Non-denominational
W. Univ. Ave., Sunday massesat
Alliance Churches Inter-denominational West Side Christian Church,
9:30 and 11 and 12
: a.m.
First Alliance, 11 a.m., worship Gainesville Drive-In Church, meeting at Gainesville Little
at Bishop Jr. High, 1901 noon, daily mass Mon. throughFri. I Hawthorne Road, service at Theatre 4039 NW 16th Ave., EXPERIENCE
NE 9th St, 7:30 p.m. service at at 6:30 and 11:15 a.m., Sat. 8:30 ajn. service at 11 a.m. .f
637 SE 1st Ave.Assembly. at 9 a.m. Confession Tiles and The Salvation Army, 232 SW .
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of God Thurs. at 7 p.m., and Fri. at 2nd Ave., services at 11 a.m. PresbyterianFirst **

Irst Assembly of God, one and 5 p.m. I and 7:30 pjn. Presbyterian Church
st. Patrick's Church 704 NE
one half mile west of Haw- Jehovah's Witnesses SW 3rd services .to meet the I
1st St., masses at 6, 7:30, 9,1 106 St., at 11 Emergency
thorne, services at 11 a.m. and Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's ajn. and 7:30 p.m. :
: a.m. 12
s 10:3q noon.
I 7 pjn. Witnesses, 1124 NE 3rd Ave., .
ChrIstfanFIrst service at 6:30 p.m. Grace Presbyterian Church I-
Baptist 3146 NW 13th St, service at :iajn. ...
First Baptist 425 W. Univ. Christian Church, SW LutheranFirst No human relations delicate tKan
are more
2nd Ave. at 8th St, service at Lutheran Church, 1801
Ave., services at 11 a.m. and 11 ajn. NW 5th Ave., services at 8:30 Highlands Presbyterian Church
those performed by funeral director. Each"call
7:30 pjn.Calvary. Christian Scientist and 11 ajn.Gethsemane. 1001 NE 16th Ave., servicesat a

services'at Baptist Church 11 SE Christian Science Church, 420 Lutheran 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.KanapahaPresbyterI. is an emergency; each family's preference -and J
15th St. amand
SW 12th St -
service at 11 ajn.
S 7:30 pjn. Church of Christ Church, 1905 NE 12th St., service an Church, Archer Road past needs, different.

Carol Estates Baptist Church of Christ, 205 NW at 11 amUniversity Medical Center, service at 11 .
Church, 1428 NE 20th Place, 14th St., services at 11 ajn. and Lutheran Church, ajn. q .,. With our many years of experience and l service
services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at -
pjn. 6:30 p.m. 11 a.m.. Quakers we are equipped and trained. to meet ,the
Northeast Church of Christ, f
Old Fashioned Missionary 418 E. Univ. Ave., Bible studyat Methodist Religious Society of Friends, intimate personal problems of each family .
Baptist Mission, at corner of 10 a.m., services at 11 a.m. Centenary Methodist, 1400 1921 NW 2nd Ave., service at

NW 6th St. and 34th Place, services -and 6 p.m.Thirtyninth. SE Hawthorne Road, servicesat 11 ajn. and to bring some measure of comfort and relief..
at 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn. Avenue Churchof 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn. Unitarian-Universalist
Christ, 1811 NW 39th Ave., First Methodist, 419 NE 1st Unitarian Universalist Fel- to those who seek our aid. ;
Eastside Baptist Church, 1501 St, services at 8:45 and U lowship no. 1204 NW 10th Ave.,
services at 9 ajn. and 6lb
services at 11
E. Univ. Ave., ajn. Fellowship at 5:30, ser- Sunday school and services
ajn. and 7:30 pjn. p. m. both at 11 am .
ice at 7 For Service
University Avenue Church of pjn. Understanding ?
Faith Independent Baptist
Christ, 639 E. Univ. Ave., ser New Northeast Methodist, Howard AREA CHURCHES
Church NW 31st Ave. at 7th
r vices at 11 a.m. and 6:30 Bishop Jr. High Cafetor-

I Ter.7:30 pjn.Forest services. at 11 ajn. and Church Of boa pjn. him 11 1901 ajn.Trinity .NE 9th SL, serviceat Archer Baptist Baptist Church, Archer Within The Means of All I

Park Baptist 1624 Church of God, Hawthorne services at 11 a. m. and 8 ;
\ NW 5th Ave., services at 11 Road and Third Ave., servicesat : .
and 7:45 11 a.m. and 7:30.pm. Methodist Church : :. ; .
am. pjn.Ga" 3536 NW 8th Ave., services at pjn.Eliam *? .
-' viUe rimitive Baptist EpiscopalEpiscopal Baptist Church, Melrose : c9ziIr: a.-
9 and 11 am. :
services at 11ajn. : .
worship >
Church SW 34th St. at Archer
Center, Chapel of 'f .
Wesley Community Methodist
and 7:30 pm. .I; :"i :
Road service at 11
1'I ajn. the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ. 826 NW 23rd Blvd., services -
North Central Baptist Ave., Holy Communion at 8 at 11 ajn. and 7:30 P.m. First Baptist Church of Mic-
Church, 404 NW 14th Ave., services ajn., morning prayer at 11 Wesley Foundation and Uni- anopy, services at 11 ajn. and
) at 8:30 and 11 a.m., and First Sunday, Holy Com- versity Methodist Church, 1320 7:30 pjn.Wflliston. I v t FUNERAL HOME

,f 7:30 pjn. !' munion at 11 ajn. W. Univ. Ave., services at 8:45: Baptist Church, ser-
Oak Hill Baptist, 800 NW 40th Holy Trinity 116 NE 1st St., and 11 a.m. vices at 11 ajn. and 8 p.m. ; HAROLD A JOHNSON
Ave., services at 11 ajn. and Holy Communion. at 8 a.m. Mormon Methodist
I 7:30 pjn. Alac'ma Methodist SE 1st
morning prayer at 9:30 and 11.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter -
Oak Park Baptist Church, irst Sunday Holy Communionat Saints, 1220 SW 5th St, service at 11 am. Registered Funeral Director
4610 Archer Rd., services att 8, 9:30 and 11. Day. I Melrose Methodist, services at
t 9:45: and 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. St. Michael's, 2180 Milhopper Ave., Sunday school 6:30, 10 a.m.. 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. .
Sacrament meeting,
Parkview Baptist, 3403 NW Road, Holy Communion at 8:30: ( pjn. Orange Creek Methodist, US- "" -

13th St., services at 11 ajn. a.m.; family service at 9:30; Nazarene' 301 north of Hawthorne, service FRanklin 65361w
I and 7:45: pm.J morning prayer at 11 ajn. on First Church of the Nazarene at 9:30 am.Newberry. S11 SOUTH MAIN STREET

J Fine Grove Baptist Church 1st and 3rd Sundays, Holy Corn- ., 302 SE 1st Ave., services, Methodist morn-


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I ainesville Schools Do Well at Science Fair I VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP- ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A

.. The batter swung; five fire FLORIDA Swimming Pool
:Gainesville High School swept -Friday and Saturday.Two Citrus, Levy and Putnam Coun Helen Martin, Osceola; Third 'Neal, all Gainesville High trucks came running.

an::f 0 U r places in physical Buchholz,local junior and Howard high schools Bish--ties.Winners and honorable men- Junior James High Hooker; Fourth, North- Marion Melvin. School.Honorable Mention -Betti During spring baseball prac- by Rivers Construction Co.A .

science projects for the senior op dominated their division, tions wre as follows: Caswell, Buchholz. Santi, North Marion; Salinda tice on the Clark College, cam
high school division while tak- first and second place Honorable Mention Nancy QUALITY POOL Backed by a
grabbing Junior High School, (Biological Hess, Dunnellon; David West- pus here a batsman lofted one
ing first and second places in respectively in biological exhi- Stapleton, Buchholz. "* FULL YEAR WARRANTY
Projects) First Mary fall, GHS; Billy Cox, Santa Fe; out of the lot.
the Region
biological sciences bits. varez, B u c h h olz; Second '- Senior High (Biological) First J. Alfred Jones, GHS; Anthony
VI Science Fair held here Altogether, Gainesvilleschools Mary H a m m e rlie, Howard Marilyn Ahrano, GHS; Sec-' Bazan, GHS; and Walden The ball hit the campus fire 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40
won or placed in nine Bishop; Third Darlin Rob- ond-Michael May GHS; Third Rhines, GHS. alarm box. I Priced at $3,000 to $3,500
GOP Poll Early science exhibits and took four !erts, Fort King Junior High Ann Scruggs, Lake Weir ----- NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH
:honorable mentions.All (Ocala); Fourth Frances High; Fourth Ann Patterson, FLORIDA PEST CONTROL OFFERS .
.:WEST HARTFORD, Conn. Neal, Osceola Junior High Brabham, Fourth John 0'-
winners and honor EACH POOL YOU GET
;(AP-West) Hartford Republicans able place.mentions will represent (Ocala). Ocala High. TREE SURGERYPROFESSIONAL Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board
will hold their own presidential Junior High, (Physical Proj Senior High (Physical), First
Region VI at the Florida State Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
"primary" April 15. ects) First John Baker, Dun- George B. Brown, Second .
Science Fair in Jacksonville Ap- Pruning Tree Feeding Transplanting
Leaf Net
GOP leaders in this wealthy ril 3-5. nellon Junior High; Second -, Richard C. Smith, Third Dale Cavity Work Tree Removal Spraying
suburb announced that polls .Demossing Bracing Cabling CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION
will open for 5& hours to allowthe More than 140 science projects FREE ESTIMATES
town's 15,000 registered Re- representing 12 schools in the Lunch Where Your RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO.
publicans to name their choice. six-county area of Region VI] WHERE? i
',The last time such a poll was were on exhibit in the GHS i Mi&tI 1909 EAST 5th STREET OCALA
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lot p ::4t'i i st 4 Rally. Steer Show This Week;

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At Levy4H for Sale

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:.d 1 BRONSON The annual '_ ? = :. Gainesville Area Event

Levy County 4-H Rally Day is JI-

scheduled here March 27, with w > nrAC -
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events ranging from barbecue DaysFifty
demonstrations to tractor driv f! .1:
w ing. j ;.: n eight fat steers are
ay4xw. w rw' receiving their final groomingfor
qx ?OM ry Members of 4-H Clubs from !
: 'r SJ
4an' ". h. r : entry In the ninth annual
all over the County will be taking Greater Gainesville Area Steer Hawthorne

part in the all-day rally tq-.irb'. Show and Sale which begins

a Rf B" F bR which starts with registrationat Thursday at the Gainesville Plans Fete
",x.N4 Bronson High School at Livestock Market

8:30: a. m.
The first event, after open- The two-day event will startat For Doctor

a ing ceremonies, will be public d 7 ajn. with weighing-in of
speaking from 9:15 to 10:15 the show steers by Future HAWTHORNE Residents

Champion Log RollersMike Farmers of America and 4-H of this area will meet and wel-
a.m.Other Club exhibitors from this area.
morning events will come their new doctor at an

& Runnels (left) and Jeff Tanksley, GHS FFA members, heave a sweet- Include barbecue demonstrations Livestock: judging contestswill "open house" to be held from

gum log to a first-place finish in competition at the Forest Field Day. Gene tractor driving, reading begin at 10:30 a.m., and 3-S p.m. today at the Haw

Branch, Alachua County forest ranger, keeps time (at left), as contest judge lamp contest, dress revue, dairy the main event, judging of the thorne Medical Center.
show steers will at 2pm.
Jake Prevatt, Bradford County ranger (at right) looks on. (Sun photo by foods, bread making and cake Steer WashGood The judge, this begin is
Buzz Mixson) baking demonstrations.Prizes year The new doctor, Hawthorne'sfirst
and ribbons will be grooming counts a lot in judging at steer Sloan Baker of the Agricultural -I In several years, is Dr.

given to first, second and third shows, and the Greater Gainesville Steer Show, which Experiment Station, Quincey.
HeldMembers place winners in the various starts Thursday, is no exception. Wayne Tharp, Prospective steer buyers and Leo Klenk, who set up practice -
Forestry Day Newberry FFA member gives wash job to his i at the Medical Center a
events. Awards will be presented a show donors will be feted at a
at an assembly program at Angus steer which he will be entering in the Gainesville banquet in the Gainesville High couple of weeks ago. He and

3:30 pm. show. School cafeteria Thursday his family will be on hand to

of the Gainesville ter winners ranged down to $3 Assistant County Agent Jim night. The banquet, which meet the people and take themon

High School FFA Chapter won FFA for fifth place. Estes said that the revolving 4- starts at 7:30 pjn., will be high- a tour of the local medical

two of five events in the first ChaptersIn Team winners in the various H Rally Day trophy will be Levy Circuit Court lighted by presentation of facilities.The .

annual FFA Forestry Field events received first-place prizes awarded on a point system bas- awards. Bud Riviere of the San- reception Is sponsoredby
Austin Competition of $10. These awards ranged ta Fe FFA will be
Day yesterday at Cary ed on participation and plac- Chapter mas- the Hawthorne Chamber of
Memorial Forest near Gaines- down to $1 for fourth place. ing in the various contests. ter of ceremonies. Harry Ly- Commerce which cooperatedwith

ville. The awards were made by Estes and County Agent Leonard Docket Is LightBRONSON dick, GHS vo-ag teacher, is' city officials in getting a

Macclenny, was second in this Ben Harrell, area supervisor! Cobb are encouraging all banquet chairman.At I' doctor for Hawthorne.
Dade FFA Chapter,
The City for Rayonier, Inc. Other don-
however, was declared overall event. Crummey was the overall ors of prize money included I Levy County 4-Hers to partici-- A light docket, Jack Lowe, not in custody,\. 10 ajn. Friday, the auctioneer
in the Rally Day events. 1 I
winner in the field day which high individual scorer. St. Regis Paper Co., interna- pate : at Gainesville Livestock
Gideon with
three the
including cases, is charged larceny of
drew participants from 17 FFA tional Paper Co. and the 'Market will start calling for
chapters. In land measuring, Jon Rutherford Buckeye Cellulose Corp. 4 Cents Cut is in prospect for the spring i 259.71 from Thrift Oil Co. in bids on the show steers. Sale Feed Grain

of New Smyrna Beach Morris McClure, Florida For term of Levy County Circuit, Yankeetown on Aug. 29 of last of the grand champion and re

Tom Castell and Mike Runn-! was first and Crummey was est Service education specialist Court, which opens here at' year. serve champion steers is expected -
els, GHS FFA members, prov- second. From MilkGuarantee to elicit bid PaymentsBeing
the handiest with a crosscutsaw was in charge of the field 9:30 a.m. tomorrow. Frank Howard Baker, 35, is some lively
ed first in the log I Second plact in log rollingwas day which, he said, was designed scheduled for arraignment on ding. .
and placed Other include that of
won by "WlillSton+ and to stimulate interest in "Florida's cases non-support charges.In The sale will conclude the MadeA
sawing North Marion placed fourth. vital and expanding for- Charles Leon Peterson, 20, of steer show. Making it a two-day
Runnels then teamed up with Dade City was second in estry program." Williston, who is charged with the Gideon cases, the defendants event this year is an innovation -
Jeff Tanksley of GHS to win sawing; Brooksville, third, and FFS foresters, with the helpof ORLANDO (AP) The Florida breaking into the Western Auto have won new hear- brought about to provide total of $162,500 in advance
the log-rolling contest. Using Bronson, fourth., vocational agriculture teachers Milk Commission has pared Store in Williston on Feb. 6. ings on the I basis of the Supreme -more time for the judging payments has been paid to 257
huge I conducted the contests. four cents from the price guaranteed Court ruling which, in Alachua County farmers who
rolled a Overall placings of chapterswere ,
canthooks, they events and sale. In the
Peterson was arrested by effect that all past,, have signed for the 1964
farmers for their says persons accused up
50 feet in the Dade first Gaines- John Gray, director of the dairy
log : ; the show
sweetgum Deputy Sheriff Pete Smith and of felonies have the began on Thursday Feed Grain Program.In .
third of Florida School of milk and lifted barriers to importation -
fastest time. ville, second; Macclenny, ; University charged with taking items val be nights with the buyers' banquet -
Other contests found the Williston, fourth, and New Smy Forestry, and Fred Whitlaw, of out-f-state milk, ued at more than $700 from when represented hailed Into by an attorney and all other events were reporting these figures

FFAers swarming all over Au- rna and Hawthorne, tied for.' State FFA president, were on despite protests from dairy the store. Included were a number courtThese crowded into a tight schedulethe yesterday, W. H. (Pete) Simmons -

stin Carey Forest, estimating fifth place. hand to give talks to the Field farmers. > of pistols, a rifle, 13 boxesof persons previously con- next day. ASCS county office manager
pulpwood and saw-timber volume The first-place chapter win- Day participants. The Florida Dairy Farmers ammunition and six wrist victed of crimes have had their Youthful exhibitors this said that the sign-up period .

from standing trees, esti- ner received a cash award of Similar field days are sched- Federation estimated the cut in watches. convictions and sentences set year include members of theAlachua for the Feed Grain Program

mating tree heights and diame- $16, and other awards for chap- uled in other parts of the state. the gallon price would cost thestate's aside by the court and are County 4-H clubs, Santo would continue through
milk producers $3.8 mil- scheduled for
rearraignment tomorrow
March 27.
ters and making land measure- Fe FFA, Gainesville FFA
ments. lion annually.The Road WorkSummary : chapters, Hawthorne FFA,. He said that certain
milk commission adoptedthe Ford Ne- improvements -
Tod Henson of the Hawthorne Bradford Fair Leroy 61-year-old Bradford County and Starke
orders last week over the 1963 program
as emerg- gro, sentenced to life imprison-
esti- FFA FFA
the volume chapters, Newberry ,
Chapter won and set the effective probably account for the Increased
of ency measures ment on April 12, 1961, for se- 4-H Bronson FFA
contest. Dan Royster Levy County ,
mating date at 12:01 a.m. this interest on the partof
: cond-degree murder. Ford was
Tank Chiefland FFA Gilchrist County
second, ,
Williston was Plans Tuesday.The accused of slaying Tom PriceJr. 4-H Trenton and Lake Butler Alachua farmers.
fourth. I Advancing
GHS was
of ,
sley, Strickland of Dade orders cut the producer Is Released ., another Negro, with a shotgun FFA chapters.A. Undr the program, farmers
Tommy price from 61 to 57 cents a gal- on April 1, 1961. The shoot-
City won the contest to deter-of I Plans for the Pete Novak lon in the 57 counties under com- LAKE CITY Area ing took place at Six Mile Still T. Andrews, assistant Ala receive payments for feed divertinga
mine height and diameter ager George mission jurisdiction.The county near Chiefland. chua County agent, is show portion their grain
and Ronnie Cnimmeyol Bradford County Fair, Pierce, Starke City Council delegations now have a summary base acreage to an approved
trees, coming chairman' and Ed Turlington
new producer price will Harry Alvin Hill, 29, sentenced -
Chairman Johns of primary and secondary Under
29 2 coming Ruby County conservation practice.
April May are is handling publicity.The .
lower the minimum wholesale I to five on March 13,
along fine, according to A. J. Commission Chairman Carl Pre- road building plans as released years the 1964 program, growers may
also is the mini- 1961 for from the Road Greater Gainesville Area
Thomas Jr., vice president of vatt, Tyler Jones, County Ag- price-which Thursday at a Second District escape divert up to 50 per cent of their
retail A commission i Prison at Bronson. Steer Show and Sale is one of
mum price. Camp
the Fair Association."We ent George Huggins and Home State Road Board meeting. feed grain base; whereas, the
officiate said the new minimum I Richard Harry Timmons, the leading events of this typein
Demonstration Agent 'Dorothy 1963 limit was 40 cent.
had another good meeting Ross. price will be 88 cents a gallon I Board member Ralph Powers sentenced to six months to this part of the state. Andrews

last week," Thomas said, and 46 cents a half gallon. In met with various delegationsand three years on July 3, 1962, for said this year's show is The advance payments to
"and among other things decided most areas milk sells at retail gave the following resumeon breaking and entering. T I morons shaping up as the best in the participants in the Feed Grain

to dispense with the us-. Flower Talk above this minimum. budget requests: was charged with breaking history of the event.Keystone Program represent half the mo-
ual which There was no indicationwhether into the home of H. A. Peterson ney they will receive. Th oth-
parade precedes
such events. We are relying, in- For WomenAt retailers would pass along the Levy County Powers as- near Yankeetown. His Due'urns' er half, plus the price support
sured State Etter Usher
x+ stead free fish to attract saving to their customers. Sen. sentence was to run concurrently payment earned, will be made
on a fry -
crowd Chris Jensen of Ocala, only and the county delegation that. with a six months to 10yearsentence Coffee next fall, Simmons said.
a big on
open- Cedar Key rebuilding of. alternate US -27
producer member of the five- imposed in Hernando
ing day. man board, declared he cannot between Williston and Bronson County on June I, 1962. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS- -

Thomas said all educational CEDAR KEY The pro- produce milk at the 57-cent will definitely be done in the The Gideon case defendants "Burns for Governor" coffee
exhibit spaces have already gram at the Woman's Club price. coming year. On Levy's proposal will be represented by Public will be held at the Masonic Some of the world's oldest

been allocated, that the queen Monday will feature flower arrangements "Fifty-nine cents is our break- to use a lot at the -park atFannin !, Defender R. A. (Buzzy) Green Hall here Tuesday at 11 ajn. known vestiges of flowering

aRUSSELL contest has been set for May 1, by :Mrs. Miriam even point. Fifty-seven cents is Springs for headquar, Jr. according to Mrs. Marguerite plants were found several years

and that the strawberry short- Buchannon of the Suwannee below cost for most average size. ters for the Suwannee Valley. Judge George L. Patten will LeBlanc, chairman of the event. ago In Colorado's San Joan

cake concession will be awarded Valley Florist Shop in Chief- producers," he said. ''Authority, Powers said deed restrictions -preside at tomorrow's session She said Mayor Haydon, Mountains. Eighteen-inch fossils

s to a local sponsor. land. All members and other in- Jensen and his father operatea would have to be explored .. of> court. The state will be represented Burns and his wife will both I imprinted on red rock show a

Among the large turnoutat terested persons are urged to dairy that produces 45,000 to before action could be by State Atty. T. E. I.attend and issued a cordial in-. palmlike growth that flourished

the meeting were CofC Man- attend. 50,000 gallons of milk a day. taken. I Mack Futch. vitation to the public. 165 million years ago.

Gilchrist Rebuilding

SRD Gives of 9.8 miles of SR47 in Gil-
SlatedAt EncouragementOn christ from the Santa Fe River

toward Trenton was one of the ,

projects Powers said would be ,
BronsonBRONSON L. Rd.Reprinted included in the new budget. Re- 4S ? P %

Melrose-Orange quests that curbs and gutters cr 'fr

Members of along! _SR26 through ,Trenton _
the Bronson Lion's Club will ( from Friday Lt Edition) Total budget for the 16 coun- .R. Moree and S. M. Galbraithof and US-129 through Bell were 4'1' ,4 ,- a
County commissioners came consideration. ,,
hear a discussion on the com ties in the district is ?U.7 mil- the city planning and zoning taken under bx r
role in reclaiming back from Thursday's State board. Trenton Mayor Robert Rowland
munity's Road Board road budget bear lion.Special said the four laning of US19to '
at their meeting
lawbreakers emphasis was givento fM"
ings encouraged by questionsfrom
slated for Tuesday at 7 p. m Road Board member U.S. 301 and U.S. 441 four Alachua representatives were the west and construction of i
1-75 to the east would mean increased
Town Hall. Commissioners Bob Cato
In the Bronson :inning construction.A City ,
Powers about the MelroseOrange
The talk will be given by Roy. Ralph Lake road. I delegation from Alachua Ralph Cellon and Robert Hitch- traffic on SR 26.

W. Russell of Tallahassee, Florida and High Springs appealed to cock. Union County -Powers told

probation and parole com Commissioner Jack Durrance I the road department to speed up I Commissioner Sid Martin and the delegation that rebuilding of
told Powers he had
missioner. gotten the U.S. 441 work and Powers I Durrance cited the need for SR-100 from the Columbia line
native of Tampawrs the road's
Russell a I complaints on con-
asked to add the segment Lake Butler would be awarded -
was to'
University .. I special consideration of a long-
graduated from the dition than about any other road I
.of the from Alachua to but declined to
highway to build downtown on March 31,
plan a
worked ir range
of Florida. ]I in the county since he has been
al the Columbia County line to the expressway along Depot Avenue build additional sidewalks at
the personnel department on the commute; I
the Florida State Prison and primary priority list. in Gainesville linking the Vet- the edge of Lake Butler.
Commissioners said they felt
was a U. S. parole officer fOI Powers' interest indicated that Powers said the new budget t'' erans Administration and Uni- Bradford County The dele-
would not include the extra versity hospitals with Depot to
three years. special attention might be gation headed by Sen. Charley
For: the past two years, Russell to the four-laning but noted the department relieve congested traffic already Johns was told that rebuildingof
.has served as chairman 01 t given projectA is "well aware" of the building up and expected to increase the old lane of US-301 be- Santa Fe Wins Again
delegation including
the Florida Parole Commission, county need to extend the project. .as when, .the VA hospital tween Starke and the Clay County -
In that capacity, he has helper i State Rep. Ralph Turlington, soon as possible. opens. line would be advertised for Winning state championships is becoming "old hat" with the Santa Fe High
develop of crimE. !presented the county board'sroad team did it again Friday In
new areas meats judging
The The chapter
to I bids in about a month. School FFA Chapter.
recommendations. included The county delegation com-
High Springs spokesmen Ronnie
among convicts whc; priority of Florida. Team members (from left)
prevention also informed that at the
mended Powers' for his workin was competition
Commissioners W. group
Alachua is one of 16 countieson City admire the state championship
with alcohol
Parrish and Glen Busby
have problems second- Prentice Grier Wells, Lowell
deviation. Powers' road district and is R. Longman, J. C. Vause and the past three years, noting Bradford had $446,6in Florida in national competition '
will be
and sex representing
drugs budgeted for $1.1 million worth W. E. Wright. Chamber of Com- the road progress In the county; ary road funds, or about enough ribbon they won. They also won the state
be introduced
will Fe Chapter
hussell bj r Mo. this fall. The Santa
build the first,five roads on at Kansas City, ,
while Powers has beenon
Buren Brice, program chair. of secondary gasoline tax funds merce representatives were D. and area hits championship in poultry judging this year. (Sun photo by Buzz MixsonJ)#
man of the Lion's Club. for 1904-65 by the SRD. V'j Newell Jr., Lou doutier, T. the road board. priority listj

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bringing the controversial ._ r t; t'c
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House by a 53-35 vote the adit N e
ministration's election-year cotton
and wheat plan. SPECIALS
tl: The civil rights measure,
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Monday Illustrated lectureon 4 4 :1L__ QUICK-FROZEN SQUARE CUT SHOULDER .
Japanese Gardens, FredericB.
., Stresau,landscape architect,
McCarty Hall Auditorium, 8 .

p.m.Architecture, sponsored and by the Fine Collegeof Arts. dairy specials PRICES EFFECTIVE ,>G...:.: LAM B

Tuesday Gator Gras WED., MAR. 11, 1964 '. )
-Film Lecture: "Russia and THRU NOON
Its People," Raphael Green, CREAMRICHEESE R 0 AS'
Florida! Union Auditorium 4
p.m. 8-0%. 29 "%tv '
Lyceum Council Presentation Pk9 '
: Pittsburgh Symphony _
f Orchestra, William Steinberg, Borden's ButtermilkBISCUITS .
conductor University Auditorium QUICK-FROZEN LEAN SHOULDER '
,.8:15 p.m.Gamma lb 2 9c
Sigma Delta Seminar
: "The Relationships Between 649* LAMB CHOPSFRESH
the College of Agriculture .
and the College of Arts k.
and ScIences' in a Land Grant
Institution," Dr. L. C. Kuitert, BAKED .. 39* .
moderator,' McCarty Hall Auditorium lb. y L
3:30 p.m.
Wednesday Gator Gras PIES
Baseball: Florida versus Swift's Premium Pure 3
Florida Southern, Perry Field,
2 pm. APPLE, PEACH, PUMPKIN, P'APPLE, a Beef Fr nks. ">, 59cSwift's
Tennis: Florida versus University KELLOGG'S ,
of Pennsylvania Varsity COCONUT MINCE
Court, 2:30 Premium Braunschwtiger or I

Band- ,Twilight Conrad Concert Bauschka: Concert, con 59< D San'ichChubs2l69cdown : COR N :I

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State High School Basketball 50 TAAmso ; -

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Student Leaders' Banquet, !* 0m S lb. 1 0
Student Service Center, 6 p.m. wili Ai|coupe end tw@>*M.h p k 9. : F
Swift's Premium Cooked
Engineering Fair,
Engineering !*
Building, 6:30 pjn. to Baked or 6-ox.SLICED pkg. CHICKEN 69c .- ,
9:30: p.m. (..Pins W.d.. March 11. tM4
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Forums Committee lecture OOOOOOOOQjQjQj)0.10Q) ) ) r..t I
: "Inside Labor," Victor PURCHASES OF $3.00 OR MORE I
t|| Riesel, University Auditorium, Assorted Flavors

8:15 p.m., followed by a recep- somlp: IIO '
0 ''tion in Florida Union Bryan SeoHunt's' 21 te 37eWe
Lounge JllGr..n . 5
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State High School Basketball LISTERINE PASTE 303 s yr
Tournament, Florida Gym 2 gt. pkgs. 59c Tomato Juice. arWn : 4i I
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: -Tennis: Florida versus >pirM Wd March
Tulane, Varsity Court, 1:30 [3QQ" O'QQQQQJ1eJ Canned Luncheon MeatSwift's '
2 p. m.
-= Engineering Fair, Engineering Prem. "- ". 39c

7 Building, 2 to 9:30 p.m. IIO EXTRA FREE &O can REGULAR 33c SIZE
pjn.Gator F &P Flavor PerfectSliced
Gras Talent Show, !* Jw Green Stamps
University Auditorium, 8:30p. : tti topes and pMrckoM ftfa 303
Beets. We
Engineering Fair
Sunday 88-ct. pkg. 59c .
8:00 p.m. r:! (.xpin. Wd. March tt. 1 4Jftl > a Swift's Canned

145< Sports- "Concourse Car Show d' and Elegance Gym," OQ OQO Corned Beef 12.0:. 39t 1 ,"

Kana, Radio Road Parking Lot, 33c 1

2 p.m. 50 UUU EF l Am50 fits 19c
Conferences, Short Courses Flavorful Yllbo
March $.7 Neurology Seminar Green Stamps Instant Coffee .,. let". $14 I
Medical Science Building ih +ea5a. 1 wrd
State High School Forensic pint can 69ctxpirt Spaghetti & Meat Balls " Tournament, Florida Union. .
( Wed.. March 11. SHe C't'
Chaf I. -.,-D.aRavioli
March 1-10 Sixth Annual j

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Chef Bay..,-D.aBeefaroni
March 8 National Associa- XTRA
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March Auditorium 9-12- Institute of Re- Jftf Green Stamps Mu.ll.r's F.....*. Libel l lVermicelli WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE

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March 2-31 Exhibits- Contemporary 000 OQ1MO 0 0 0 0 QQ QQ 0 ; : :

.,' Prints from Denmark, International Beth "
Exchange Exhibit, FlorI- CENTER
da Union North Wing Gallery II FREE UUU 50 Gtr." l..uty.K..>Lr .

"A Garden of Flowers," JtK Gr Stamps Dill Pickles .. .. .. .. ...... {...'.. 33* 1 1014 N. MAIN ST.
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March 2-13 Design and B 00000000000000000 a Clorox ..rif,. 39 9.7 Saturday
Printing for Commerce, The j
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Arts, Gallery X
March 9-15 Department of & m b"& m scott scott scott gerber's strained

Architecture Florida Union Furniture Social Room Show baked bean brown bread paper cups; paper cups .place-mats baby foods ;

Modern geologists believe the 11-29-. =: 19- t-ct s-ss.: pk8. 25- 12-:4.T a..... 25' 24 tfy et., 39' r. ." ...; 10 s.wa fan 99 .. (

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I I eral nus MacArthur WASHINGTON his Douglas gall bladder MacArthur(AP and) -a Gen-I crop Can. Army the Army's Gen.Hospital.Lt Count Leonard surgeon., D.His general Heaton,, -but the and Blessings pray"operation he evidently that that this had would"we his be hope fin-so I were beans"others But in, gall size were found while in the"from bladder found packed words gallstones peas plugging and in of MacAr.thur's -Heaton to many ranging big a- $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

crossed. bile duct that was the most
gers key ,
of dangerous gallstones head- told a reporter later that the
the general and in critical finding. Prizeword Puzzle Corner
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ed Saturday down the road to finding that MacArthur's symp-
"No evidences of malignancywere
recovery. And he could count toms of "obstructive jaundice"1 favor,of a finding of malignancy -
found" either in those organs -
his blessings.The were due to a mechanical block.' -were his 84 years and a
or in other parts of the Last Week's AINESYIUI SUN FRIZEWORD CONTEST RUUS
old soldier apparently age of his bile system by gall- sharp loss of weight during the I
1. The prize for the comet solution to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD PUZZLKtll
I fooled the top-flight surgeons stones rather than somethingworse past few months while concur- be S32S. If no cornet solution Is received hi this Sundays puzzle tfIen WIn
who operated on him for three including cancer, was a rently exhibiting a jaundiced Most Maya cities had at least I PriseivordExplanations prize money will bedded to next week's awed making next week's prize CM.

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9. FAIL not fall The.natural Winners If any end correct solutions to this Sunday's PRIZIWORD
question is whether the horse PUZZLE will be announced and' a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLI published hi next
Sundays Gainesville Sun.
will succeed or FAIL "at" this
( : I with $3.00 food that bum in the pic- 10. Tt GaiMfviUe sue tMerrea the riifet to comet atJI7 bpop od I
your or more order please "difficult jump" and not whe-
errors other
or any errors which: nay appear to aay tae BtUrtil
ther or not it will actually fall ture up there? My husband.I'm hi connection wlU thia -.
Mrs. Pete and I'm writingthis
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fall. he's so distressed about
not having one of you folks win Clip and Past on a 4e Postcard
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the Prize he thinks he's sick.
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my eye. I 3L 14
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it could be questioned by
cronies he'd wear the ridiculous -
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APPOINTMENT." Cook is him out Good old mother. --
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(COKE). One "kind of cake" could be, with all of those

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hardly a question Second, today's puzzle can

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trainee does better than another.
24. PACE not race. The Fourth, the free word list

"mile" and "220" yards are a he's been publishing on Mondays 6. Anybody might have a financial interest in one.

direct comparison in them- is a day late. He's print 7. Ability.

YELLOWONIOMS selves, making race pointlessas' ing it today, on this page, 8. Make a mistake when you do so, and you may have to start
an answer. PACE makes a where it can be convenientlyused. again.

clear-cut statement. (Just like a man to fiddle 9. It's possible for mother to find she hasn't got enough of
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local" baseball SIDES, for in aware of the obvious.)
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rit. There is no absolute bas ing the deadline. The entries 15. Small bay or inlet

is for comparison of sites, "the must be postmarked Tuesdayp.m. 17. If it hadn't been for the war, many a would never

MERITS of" which vary according if you're mailing themor have come into existence.

to who wants them and in the Sun Building by 9a.m. 18. Of great age.

for what purpose. Wednesday if you're drop- 19. Soldiers may need to be given them during battle train
'L1QIHD DETERGENT FLA. GRADE "A" FRESH "100% PURE": 28. PACT not tact. The ques ping them by in person. (Some- ing.

tion of an "object" is more gen- one else must have thought of
25. The of a popular politician will cause quite a stir in
erally apt of PACT. Tact can this point. It's a good one.
JOY FRYERSQUARTERED GROUNDBEEF be exercised as a natural attribute Don't wait work the puzzle today his home town.

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jective in mind. Fact is re Sixth, and this one is from 27. Some people may view an exceptionally good as a

mote.CLUES. me, if that baboon is wearing sort of saint
OR his "iseaue Bob next week

bottle there just may be no puzzleat CLUES DOWN:

22-oz. SPLIT -unless he can write his
DOWN: column from a hospital bed! 2. Procedure in court

1. TRAILED not trained. Finally, and this also is from 3. Having finished it, it's gratifying to know that it has been

TRAILED makes a straightforward -me, why don't you simply re- appreciated.

answer. Trained (for fresh yourself about the rules, 4. Fop.
clues carefully, check
what?) is too vague and needsto 5. Strong wind.
the free word list and fill in
be further qualified. 6. Something to wear.
the blanks. Win the prize! ,
2. SAFE not cafe. SAFE is I'd love to see a winner nam- '10. Would probably help to make things tiaiw nor a laborer.
the natural In cafe
answer. a ,
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is it RELIABILITY that one
over again. Pete's blood pres- 13. Farm animal.
looks for? It's rather good
food and service. Reliability or sure is getting on my nerves, 14. Shed tears.
and with that thatch of moss
"unreliability" actually tellsus I'm be can't 16. Will be more active at some times than at others.
on his head sure
nothing. last much longer and remain 20. In a worthwhile instance, you'll hardly let one come apart
6. EXPLODING not explore
before doing anything about it
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need to point out their faulti- guitar. 22. Give aid.

ness L e. to EXPLODE them.
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list contains among
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t : the proposed leash law." shame the way we're constantly hounded. I've known

..- --- some pretty rowdy cats in my day that could use

some control." (Sun photos of three-year-old Tommy

: Offers Davis and Penny by Eddie Davis.)

'jJCHORDS.: ) Nash Doesn't See Young Writers

I fI And Discords Week's UFBy PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) In a speech at Pembroke College -

T. V. Poet Ogden Nash says he's Nash said:

I REID worried because he doesn't "Our writers all want to write
I see
L-] BY VERE RICHARDS Any remaining tickets Greek tragedy, and televisionand

r. Head, Department of available at the door. I any young writers on the hori advertising have snappedup
I' University of ON THE PLAZA zon. many bright young people

By ERE RICHARDS air about the attractive danc I Alan Kirk who has done the The Pittsburgh f first of some half dozen "At the time we need it because they pay more moneyfor

very attractive and effective Concerts on the Plaza their talents. Unfortunately
"Brigadoon" as handled by ers.To Ed Carwithen, choral dir- I sets. The fine orchestra is made chestra, conducted by Americas on the Univer. most," he said, "I don't see they also wear them out quickly ,

the P. K. Yonge Chorus, gave ector of P. K. Yonge, goes thecred.Jt I largely of U. of F. players. Steinberg and the will be presented anyone coming along that is a I but I hope some of them

>such a good performance the for the fine performance. The play is one of the best cert Band, conducted at 6:45 p.m. These writing humorist." 'unscathed."

X:other evening that I'm going to His chorus sings with vigor and of its kind and is most worth rad Bauschka, will be are in the tradition emerge

review; it ahead of the regular, understanding and the play is I seeing. It will be given in the the University of the "popular con ALACHUA COUNTY ZONING w along the Northerly right of
will be week. COMMISSION way line of said State Road No.
performances (which alive and moves. He gives much .P. K. Yonge auditorium at 8:15, the park." Everyone is IN CARE ALACHIJA COUNTY S331. 117751 feet; there r i> *
March 13 and 14)) so you can credit to Mrs. Alice Swanson and COURTHOUSE Southwesterly. along the Northerly
II.Friday Saturday evenings, The Pittsburgh to bring his lawn chair I GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA r.cht: of Wt' lire ot :I
plan ahead to see it. I' the assistant director, and to .Mar. 13 and 14th. pears under the and relax to the Notice Is hereby given that the Alachua I State Road S 331, with a curve
I County Zoning Commission will I concave Southwesterly. said curve
,: Brigadoon opened hi the Zieg. Lyceum Council in and varied i programs. hold a public hearing at 7:30 P. Mon having a central angle of 08 degrees
'field Theatre in New York Wednesday March 25. 1944. in the 30' 00". a length of 85917
Audit 0 rium, sitting problems can be County Commission Room (401) In feet and a chord of S 45 denrees
::March 13, 1947, and ran for 581 : Conductor to the concert where the Courthouse, to consider requests ir 58" W, 85839 feet to the Pointof
pm. to rezone the following described
property Beginning.
:performances. Alan Lerner and THIS IS chosen a program romp and march to in the following described manner The above described property Is located -
.Frederick Loewe wrote the : on the North side of the Wllliston
of the band.
cludes the Schubert Application No. 54-1 Rezone from Road approximately 4000 feet West of
:words and music and have since to "Rosamund," the Bauschka has selected a Agriculture to Business .'A" (Requested Interstate Iis.Application.

jwritten: My Fair Lady, Gigi and r "Rondes de for this Wednesday i W. M.by Monroe Mr. R.) U Henderson Agriculture to No. Business 541 Rezone"A" from(Requested

Camelot. Loewe came from Austria includes the Begin at the intersection of the by Mr. R. L Henderson)
of Images pour ) "Morning West line of the Serenola Plantation That part of Lots 10 and 11 of the
: and there is more than a Our Town 'L Richard Strauss' Night in Vienna" Ov and the Southerly right of Mackey-Hudson Tract a subdivision -
way line of the State Road No. 5-331 as recorded In Deed Book "J",
then of the ;
:hint now and style Seven Veils'" from by Franz von Suppe, and run N 50 degrees 0558" E, Page 904 of the PuMlc Records of
'of music that made Viennathe E t ienn along the Southerly right of way line Alachua County. Florida. lying
ll the latter half of gyp by Luigi.
: with Southerly of State Road No. S-
of said State Road No. 5-331, 777.
:; center of the light opera I ..,,.. ,. ... i gram being devoted "Viva ,Mexico"by John It feet; thence run S 39 degrees 54 331. Westerly of Interstate 75 and
: JEAN 02" E. 700.00 feet thence S. Easterly of the Interstate 75 Serv-
; run
world a few generations ago. By CARVERI Lovers of marches
: I Brahms "Symphony 50 degrees 05' 58" W. 1580 feet ice Road less the South 4000 feet
: The is fairy witha "Castle Gap March" more or less to a point that Is 750,00 of said Lot 10 and Less the following -
j play a story 3 she'd been much more excited -percentage of the minds of bal- Minor. feet Easterly (perpendicular measurement described parcel of land
Scotch brogue. To keep his I Esther Harden would Williams, "El Tore ) from the Easterly right of Commence at the Southwesterly
let-goers: of Lot 10 of said
corner AAackey-
line of the Point Road
The Pittsburgh way Rocky
tparishoners simple and whole- have like the fire- Giovannini, and "Brav E, Hudson Tract and run N 51 degrees
exploded just "Why do you suppose a grown thence run S 39 degrees 51 52"
Isome Mr. Lundie the ministerof must be rated among C. E. Duble. Strictly in parellel to the Easterly right of way 08 Or E, along the South-
vcrks over Florida Field at man would want to have a Career line of said Rocky Point Road. 1575 erly line of said Lot 10 2042 feet
: the kirk prayed mightily and orchestras in this popular vein are to the Easterly right of way line
Homecoming.And as a ballet dancer?" feet more or less. to the South line of an 80.00 foot Service Road;
the entire to William. Steinberg is Grundman's special ar of the Serenola Plantation; thencerun
: villiage goes sleep Then she giggled."I S (5 degrees 07' 11' W run Northwesterly
"for a hundred years, and wakesup if the sparkly University world's finest of "The Blue Tail along the South line of said Sero.noia the Easterly right of way line of
can just see my brother doing said Service Road with a curve
for two and then freshman from Venice got cam berg was born in Anderson's "Belle Plantation, 650.00 feet, more or concave Southwesterly said curve
a day or I something like that. Leroy less to the East line of Lot 1 of the
having radius of 5749.58 feet,
pused which she soulfully explained many, and was Ball and Selections Gary Grant; thence run Southerly,
goes to sleep again. But Mr.I She decided she to central angle of 00 degrees 23' 52
preferred the East line of Lot 1 o'
: Lundie inferred that if a sufficiently meant no dates either watch the ballerinas. early as an exceptional by Cole Porter. said along Gary Grant 380.51 feet to the -chord, a length of N 42 of 40,08 degrees feet 15' and 33" W a

: strong love appeared Friday or Saturday night, it's and pianist. Before LOOKING AHEAD Easterly right of way line of said 40.00 feet to the Point of Beginning
Then she began to squirm. Rocky Point Road; thence run N ; thence run Northwesterly,
: the village could come torlife all the American Ballet Thea "They're going to beyond many in the 1930's, McFar"f University of Florida fac 39 degrees 5V 52" W, along the along the Easterly right of way
go berg had amassed Easterly right of way line of said line of said Service Road with a
fault. the Brask-Schie-
'for good. The play is the story fer's: closing hours and I'm not aboutto by Rocky Point Road, 2160.33 feet, curve concave Southwesterly said
:of such a love. experience and had viola and piano, orig thence run N 50 degrees 08' 08" E, curve having a radius of 576950
She was dutifully headed for leave she said. "Usuallyyou fine 17.00 feet; thence run Northerly feet, a central angle of 01 degrees 29"
as a
The star of the show Fiona get an extension if sign announced for Thursday, with a curve concave Easterly said 36". a length of 15038 feet and a
the week!
; University library a of 89
ductor in opera 19 will be presented in curve having a central angle chord of N 42 degrees S3 43" W,
: is an attractive and ardent I or so ago when her curiositygot out to go to the Lyceum programs degrees 57 50", a radius of 50,00 feet; 15037 feet; thence run N 51 degrees
: logne, Prague, on Tuesday, March 17. a length of 78.51 feet *n-i a ch-d 08' 02" E. 31294 feet; thence runS
maiden who believes her true the best of her. but I signed out to go Berlin. to of N. OS degrees or 03" E. 70. 38 degrees 51' 59" E. 150.00 feet;
I lover will come to her and she to the library." Migrating ; r o g ram previously an 49 feet to the Southerly r.g.it ot: thence run S 51 degrees 08' 02" W
Steinberg was a for March 17 to have way line of said State Road No. 5-, 302.37 feet to the Point of Beginning;
"You know I've been to ballet ,
:is going to wait for him regardJkss. a I The last we saw of Esther 331; thence run N SO degrees 05 58", The above described property Is local
Sharon O'Stean is before," she confessed with ,she was streaking down the Bronislaw Huberman of presented by the Colle E. along the Southerly right of way ed at the Southwest Corner of the I Intersection
; excep- I estine Symphony line of said State Road No. 5-331, of the Williston cut- ff and
:tionally fine in this role. She is eyes as big as the kettle drumsin stairs of the University auditor Musicum String Orches- 1480 feet more or less. to the Pointof Interstate 175.Application.

lovely to look at and her voice the orchestra. "Isn't it just ium as the orchestra hit the last I When Arturo been cancelled., Beginning.described property Is located Agriculture to No. Business 544 Rezone"A" from(Requested

*,is big and lovely to, with plenty great that the University has The above at the Southeast corner of the Commence by at Mr.the R. centerline L Henderson Intersection )
note.We Road andS. -
'of fire but with a tender sweet- I such fine programs like this. I don't want to tell the dorm Intersection. W. 34th Street of the and Williston the Rocky point of the Rocky Point.
Road and State Road No. S :331
-: ness when needed. just love everything here. resident how to run her job Road. Extending along approximately the Williston Road 230 and run N 04 degrees 47' 22" W,

: Into this static community I And darned if her enthusiasm -,but it would be a shame to penalize and feet Easterly approximately 2200 feet Road.Southerly along Point the Road.centerline 2970! of feet.said more Rocky or-

: there strolls two grouse hunters wasn't catching.We I a student so eager to learn along Application the Rocky No. S4-J Point Rezone from *less 38" thence W. 2500 run feet S to 85 a degrees concrete 12

from New York City. Tom J s ran into Esther outside and take advantage of all the The following A. Pullen, property P Agriculture to Business "A" (Re- monument on the Westerly rightof
R. U
educational quested by Mr. way line of said Rocky Point
young and friendly, he is en- the auditorium because we had opportunities she actions of $500 or Road, $5,666. Commence at the Intersection of Road and the Point of Beginning;
I I can. the North line of the Serenola thence run 576 degrees 53 58" W,
gaged to a New York girl, but an extra ticket to give away recorded in the office Plantation and the East line of thence run S 04 degrees 47 22"
(* his love affair is not exactly We scorned the recommendation It's amazing how you start to of Circuit Court J. B. L. Pollen and Betty A. the Gary Grant and run N 05 degrees E. parallel to the Westerly rightof
notice details to W. W. Hahn 07' 54" W. along the East way line of said Rocky Point
:Bright someway. Walter Comer that we try to.scalp it of so many every- ael last week: proper- line of said Gary Grant 397.1 Road. 2170 feet more or less to
:ford plays this part well, with like a football ticket. day things you usually overlookonce I Kincaid Road, $5,333. 07"feet;W.thence 754.0 run feet S to 85 the degrees Point 11 of the North of line Lots of Block 3 3 and.of a Subdivision of

good vocal powers and an air The thought of what down- some of the enthusiasmof George Wesley S. Joiner to T. J Beginning; thence run S 85 degrees the Gary Grant, said subdivision

-of sincerity about him. When the-nose looks we'd get circu- an Esther,Harden rubs off I Jean H. Roberts lot 3, Jr. and A. Curtis Pow Easterly 11' right C7" W.of 500.00 way line feet of to the the A"being, Page recorded 36, of the In Public Plat! Bock RecOrds -

you meet his fiance (excellently lating among the evening on you. of Olmstead's Survey in Block 2, Range 04 Rocky degrees Point 4?Road 52"; E thence. along run the S thence of run Alachua Westerly County along Florida the;

:Iplayed by Jean Webb) you see clothes and scattered .furs try ua, $1,000. Gainesville, $37 Easterly right of,way line of said Northerly line of said Block 3. to

Jier sophistication is not match- ing to sell one measley ticket Ballot Bundle I i Hazel S, Rice and thence Rocky run Point N 85 Road degrees 323848 ir feet 08": the Interstate Easterly 75;right thence of way run line Southeasterly of \ I

his native wholesomeness. just wasn't worth the discom- H. Turner and Barba. ,2500 feet; thence run South- along the Easterly rightof
.ing Rice and Matha J. easterly with a curve concave way line of said Interstate 75,
to A. J. Evers and Northeasterly said curve havinga to the Northerly right of way line
: His friend Jeff is older and fort.But Will of Gainesville
it was a shame to let the BeseigeN. City Evers, property in Sec central angle of 125 degrees 06' of said State Road No. 5-331; \
much of radius of 100.00 ,feet. thence '
more a typical New Section 5, Township 10 37" a run Northeasterly along the
: seat go to waste, so off we ventured Township 7, Range 19, a length of 218.34 feet and a chordof Northerly right of way line
Yorker. The atmosphere of Brig- H. Voters Range 20, east, $10,000. S a degrees 20' 49" E. 17749 of said State Road No. S. I
adoon is too much like fairy to conduct a careful scru- feet to the Northerly right of wayline -'. tthe WeMerty right of way \
of the crowd of State Road No. S .331 lute of said Rocky Point Road;
tiny trying to Lincoln Estates Inc.
!story for him, although he fits spot CONCORD N.H. thence run N M degree 05' 58"E t.... (APWhenNew
someone who looked like he rence E. Sumes and : Gardens along the Northerly right of Westerly right of way line of said
:Sn well enough. Joe Reames Hampshire voters enter way line of said State Road No. Rocky Point Road to the Point of
needed a ticket. Sumes lot 57 of less
S-331 2050 feet. more or Beginning.
:plays most naturally and And there she was, dressed in polling places Tuesday, they'llbe tates $11,100.Arthur thence run N 39 degrees 54" 02" The above described property It located
:with the drive it is supposed presented with the of Talk W. 500.00 feet; thence run S 50 at the Northwest corner of S.
most bewildering
the coed uniform tailored Manaro degrees 05 5?' W. 71500 feet; W. :34tit Street and the Wllliston Road
:io have. bundle of ballots in thence run N 64 degrees Sf 02"W extending Northerly along the WUIis-
blouse, straight skirt and ten- Ann Manaro to John I 550 feet more or less. to a ton Road approximately 3000 feet.
Fiona is much taken with nis sneakers with two books the history of the state's presidential -and Teresa Manaro B. Stresau, Fort point that Is 500000 feet (perpendicular Application No. 54-7 Rezone from
from who measurement) from the Agriculture to Business "A" (Requested
is properly impressed -cradled in her right arm. primary. Block B of Rose's landscape architect, Easterly right of way line of said by Mr. R. U Henderson)
: by the straightforward illustrated lecture Rocky Point Road thence run N r..-nrrenre at the intersection of
In addition on
"Do you really mean it to marking their Gainesville, $9,700. : 04 degrees 46' 52 W 1800 feet the Northerly right of way line of
:honest niceness of Fiona, and You've got an extra ticket?:Oh, choices in the Republican or Levie E. Peyton gardens tomorrow at more or less. to the Point of Be- State Road No. 5-331 and the Easterly -

:all is going well until he learns I'll even give you a dollar for Democratic presidential races, Ethelyn Peyton to in McCarty Auditorium The ginning.above described property Is located and run line N of :39 the degrees G.I.F. Clark 54 04"Grant w, .
how the town goes out like ,a it. Do citizens'will be University of Florida at the Northeast corner of the along the East line of said G. I.
you suppose 1 can sell expected to: zo Bryan and Marian Intersection of S. W. 34th Street and F. Clark Grant, 854.10 feet;
light, and he very reluctantly the one I just bought back? It 1.: Vote yesor no in a local Bryan, Lot 2 of the Wllliston feet Road.along Extending S. W.approxImately 34th- thence run N 66 degree 30 53"
3200 F 4U4 feeff thence run N5C
goes back to New York. But he was 'my last$1.5Obut, I wantedto option sweepstakes referendum. Subdivision, $17,700. lecture, sponsored by the Street and approximately 2300 feet degrees W 58" E, parallel tn
remember all the delightfulways 2. Choose College of Arch- along the Williston Road. sad State Road No. S-33), 730.OC
go so badly. delegates to state
a General Outdoor Application No. 54-3 Rezone from feet; thence run N 39 degrees 54

of the town and Fiona and "Well, friend, if you can scalp constitutional convention. to Curtis L. Carlson, and Fine Arts, is op Agriculture by Mr.to Business R. I- Henderson"A" (Requested ) 30 06"degrees W, 270.00 Ci' feet if; f thence, parelled run to N

comes back. a ticket to someone like that, 3. Elect selectmen and other ty in Duval, Alachua public. That pert of Lots i, 9. and 10 of said State Road No. S-331 to the
The town has loads of beauti, local of six landscape archi- the Mackey-Hudson Tract. a subdivision Westerly right of way fine of Interstate -
-' you'd have had a sure sale. Wecouldn't. officers. ion Counties, $660,000. as recorded In Deed Book 75; thence run Sovfw

ful girls who are all much fun. What's more after it: The task of voting will be particularly H. H. Henderson and ; by -the U. S. T.ords Page of Alachua 904 of County.the Public Florida Rec- easterly of way line along cf the said Westerly Interstate right 75,

One of the fun-makers, Meg, was over11: would have paid : complicated for Repub- Henderson to Peter S. for cultural lying Westerly of the Rocky Point to the Northerly right of way line

(played by Linda Moody) givesan Esther to have gone with us. licans. Their primary ballot- and Marion F. Prosser ; between East and 5-331 Road, Southerly Easterly of of State Interstate Road No.75 of thence said run State Southwesterly Road No., S-331 along

exceptional performance and From her very audible gasp longest in the history of the Lester R. Cribbs and I Stresau recently return right and Northerly of way tine of of the the Southerly abandoned of the sold Northerly State rtM Road of No. way-331, line to

her song about her mother's the moment the ballet troop state-will contain the names of D. Cribbs to Berton M. t studying In Japan and railroad right of way. the Point of Beginning
wedding is of Hawaii The above described property Is lo- The above described property Is located ,
day riot.
a Another tiptoed on stage to her very five presidential candidates, one Jr. and Christine M. University cased at the Soutfte3st comer of the at the Northwest corner of the Intersection
outstanding character, Jean is loud intersection of the WHIUten Road of the Wllliston Road and
Esther stole
claps presidential
very candidate, and property in Section 16, and Interstate 1-75 extending Southery Interstate 1-75 extending along the
attractively played by Cecelia the show from the prima ba]- 101 delegate candidates and alternates ship 11, south, Range Ape along the Rocky Point Road approximately Williston Road approximately 1800
feet.AppRcatioti feet.
Norton. She is the beautiful lerina as far as I was con for the party's national 12,000. i JOOO No. 54-4 Rezone from Application No. 55 Rezone from
bride In the wedding scene. Her cemed. convention San Francisco hi' Standard Fertilizer AgricultUre to Business "A" (Requested Agriculture to Residence "C".
by Mr. R. L Henderson) (Requested by Fred Arnold as *gent -
husband-to-be, Charlie, Is played It was sheer fascination and Crier Kirkpatrick, Zoo-Keeper Commence at the Intersection of for Mr. George Z. RIanhard)
skillfully by Tom Latimer. I the Southerly right of way line Commence at the NE corner of
Others delight for her to watch the in- July.York the D. L. Church grant of State Road No.331 and The Sec 14, TIOS. RitE and run N
In the excellent cast are tricate dances. She sat on her south (AP) ,West line of the G. ,U F. Clark I, degrees 59 W along the North
Recovers ship 10, Range : Eisele a keeper in the Grant and run N 41 degrees 35' line of said Section 14 a distance
StephenCariKenneth O'Steen, seat as if there were no back $2,400. 38" E, along the Southerly rightof of 1111.9- to the P03.B; thence
Jack I Cushman Tom Hansen and house at the zoo, wants way Ime d said State Road No. continue N 89 degrees 59 W along
it was only about four G. Grier Kirkpatrick S-331 314.95 feet: thence run N 41 degrees said Section line 2119'} thence
and many more. A number ofgirls inches wide for the entire per- JAMESTOWN, Tenn. AP- len W. Kirkpatrick to who is not ticklish as- 24 22" W. 100.00 feet to the run S 00 degree 12' W 4183,
do bit Tough old Sgt. Alvin York has to of his duties. Northerly right of way line of said thence run N 00 degree 12
parts very well and ormance. Coddington and Jane State Road No. -331 and the a E. .."/ thence run N 89 de
{how much promise. "Which is the fought off another illness and IaI: to authorities Pint of Beginning; thence runS V5" W 4M.VI thence run N
one Billy Kid? ington, property in the 41 degrees 35' 38" W. along the 00 degree IT E, 2M.4 to the North
Many fine tunes have come she whispered. gone back to his farm home In Church Grant 1 times during the Northerly right of way Mr* of line of Sec. 14. TIOS RitE and the
No. S-331. 445.71 PO8. all being and tying In the
said State Road
from the show, like "It's Almost "They haven't gotten to 4B3y -Pan Mall, Tenn. south, Range 20, east, '$ must squeeze between feet, thence run N K degrees 32 NEU ef the NEtt of Sec. 14. lies*

Like Being in Love," "The Heather -: the Kid' yet," explained. I The 76-year-old hero of World Pines Shades- Inc.- ; partition and the bars a Northeasterly 2T E. 109S.80 with feet curve; thence concave run -The R-19E above, Alachua described County.property Florid Is .looted

on the Hill," "I'll go Home "Oh, I feel better. I really War I entered the Jamestown Jones Britt and Carolyn cage of Bamboo II, the Southeasterly said curve I at 3551 SW 24th Avenue.

with Bonnie Jean," and "Cometo I waS having a hard time understanding :hoSpital 'two weeks'ago, 'suffering -lot,40 of Highland Court to clean the area. Ev- having :37 a central 40", a angle radius of of 55 35497 degrees I? All Commission recommendation will be of presented the Zoong to-

Me, Bend to Me" which is what 'was happening from dehydration and, in a Unit No. 3, $14,000. : he shows up for the feet.chord a of length N 44 of degrees:344J8 feet 71* 18"and E a, ,The their Board meeting of County te be ConwnUsionersit heW at Jja

tie .SOI g that introduces the ." she said. semicoma. It was the eighth Paul Shields and pokes a finger 333.13 feet; thence run N 72 degree xm. on Tuesday. April 7. 1944.

only dance number, an excellent Then she ,posed the question time he has been In the hospi- Joyce Shields to ribs and tickles him, the *Northerly 10' 08" right E. 134831 of way feet Una to ALACHUA By HOWARD COUNTY WESTON.>

with professional that know b of said State Road No. S 331; Secretary
performance a tal
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DEAR ABBY: You have always insisted that the white angel, and even she couldn't please him. She died 1
wedding gown and veil are symbols of chastity and virginity ago and now Father is 59 and lives alone. He \ MARRYING' YOU? YOU WOULDMT RESPECT
and should be worn only by brides who have earned them. with each one of us (we are all married) but he \ PRESUME

Now you quote from St. Thomas Aquinas, and seem to have- over two months with any of us. He left every THE HONE
wavered from your' original stand. I certainly believe in the Just before Christmas he wrote each of us telling YOURthN.xLiPSrs ANY THE ONIONS HOUSE?W

-1 forgiveness of sins; that even the sin of unchastity can be, buy him anything because he wasn't buying us "-

and is, forgiven by the Lord if the sinner is truly repentant.But even the grandchildren.. My oldest sister was so
this forgiveness does not remove the consequences of the bought her children gifts and put "Love from
sinThe unchaste woman may be forgiven by the Lord, but the cards. Now he has sent us each another pi' 1 I It

she still loses her right to the symbols of virginity. I urge that when he dies he doesn't want to "bother any of r

you to remain firm in your original position. Our young people dren with the, burial that he has everything fixed

must learn that there are certain penalties for unchastity and the Veterans' Burial Association. Should we ignore

rewards for purity. A CONCERNED PASTOR to make the peace?

DEAR PASTOR: I remain firm in my stand and waver SPEAKING FOR THE.FIVE

not the slightest. I printed the Catholic point of view DEAR SPEAKING: It is sometimes difficult to tell .. ...,"r.u,.....
j though it is not my own in fairness to my readers. a person is sick, or just "acting ugly." Someone in
ily should keep in touch with him because he

DEAR ABBY: Our father is a surly, argumentative type need help. Try to keep the peace even if you j !! } (f DADBUfW LEAVE THAT BANDAGE _

who could never get. along with anybody: Mamma was anr per cent of the way. You son't regret it. V ON AY/ FOOT!! 4k r r :
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8:20 O CD Grindl I 6:40 CD Living ( ) C i ,IrlA

9:00 O Judy Garland 7:00 B CD Today
o Tonight's one-woman show 6:50 O Farm And

( features Judy singing a 6:45 CD IIi, ( )

H4 4 f ; ,.4r, number of hit tunes from! O News
movies: "I Feel a Song|f 7:05 O Ranger Hal .ate.
Coming On," "On the. 7:50 O News

} Atchinson, Topeka and '8:00 O Captain :

the Santa Fe," "Alexan- 9:00 8 Divorce 3-7

der's Ragtime Band"I O Bachelor

"You're Nearer," "Step*I CD Romper

SUNDAY MORNING paintings are used to cover pin' Out with My Baby," O People Are
7:00 B( tiling Words the SpanishAmericanWar i 1 "I'm Always Chasing I CD Jack La AND SHE I YES YAJY DOES SHE
7:05 CD Religion is Relevant immigrants floodinginto Rainbows" "I'm Nobody"s'Baby J. *VT -4
; 10:00 8 When IN THE SUN. THE SUM?
7:30 B Gospel Caravan New York City to I "The Man that Got Say News IS SHE COLD? 1 I Ia
8:30 CD Gospel SongsO I provide cheap labor; Away," "Be a Clown," "If O
Sen. George Smathers growing steel, oil and rail I Had a Talking Picture CD Waldo \ rye
S:35 O Sen. Spessard I fortunes; and assistant Ii of You." "Toot-Toot-Toot-110:25 B CD News
110:30 B CD Word
Holland Secretary of the Navy sie," "Dirty Hands, Dirty >'< n yWHAT
I j O I Love
Lucy f
2:40 O Lippy The Lion i Theodore Roosevelt's development Face" "Love of My Life," Z
11:00 8 CD
9:00 O You Are There of a modern and "The Boy Next Door"\ .
O Showcase Ken Knight. fleet. B CD Bonanza I I O Price Is % ;

9:30 O Children's Hour I 3:00 Q Sunday-Frank Blair (Color) "The Pure Truth." O Physical

O Gospel Songs 3:30 B Movie Sent to pick'up a prisoner,. 11:30 8 CD Missing I

B Together We Worship .1. "Crime School" acting-deputy Hoss goesto II. O O Elementary Pete And r

10:00 O Wire Service 4:00 O O Wonderful the wrong town, and
12:00 8 CD First
O Lamp Unto My Feet; World of Golf ends up accused of bank: (color)
m This is the Answer 5:00 O Wild Kingdom robbery. Hoss: Dan Block-'
10:30 O This Is The Life O Alumni Fun era Ben: Lome Greene. }, \ KIDDING AAE* THAT FOR? IWOULDN'T Bfc
O High School
O Frontiers of Faith 5:30: O Jacksonville Foru..i.CD 10:00 O Candid Camera ; :,; '_ SURPRISED IFTt113 WASHER
12:25 Q News '_
11:00: O Image U.S.A. Ozzie And HarrietQ O CD DuPont Show : CALLING -
12:30 8 CD Truth or BACK NOW \V
O Church Service Q GE College Bowl "Hell Walkers" aj .+

O Bold Journey 6:00 O Twentieth Century I 10:30 O What's My Line? Consequencesa ;j\
Search For r
11:30 O Flight O B Meet The Press 11:00 B News 1:45 O Guiding : T jiiJ -
D Beany And Cecil 6:30 O B News, Weather O News ;
O Let's Speak
1%:00 O RevivalO I SportsO CD News rhf
12:55 8 CD News
Operation 1040: Mister Ed 11:15 O Movie
Your Income Tax-Panel I I 7:00 B Bill Dana "The Big Clock." (1948) A'' 1:00 a News

t m Bugs Bunny CD Patty Duke man is hired to solve a I O Midday :
j CD Local News
t 12:30 O Oral Roberts !, O Lassie murder which he knows r.rttL:
I 1:05:>> CD Match Game
O Movie II| 7:30 O O Disney's World has been committed by 1:15 8 Focus-
'Our Hearts were Young I (Color) "Taste of Melon.". his employer. Ray Mil- O Leer Y I

and Gay" i im Two country brothers wel! land, Charles Laughton, 1:30 8 Science
Movie i' lad into their haggling.1"V"
come a city Maureen O'Sullivan.
'II O As The
'Tarzan Triumphs" j j club, but a rivalry soon I'' George Macready, Rita
1:00 O Christophers develops for the atten- Johnson. j CD Ernie Ford I I WERE I J li BUT COOKIE ANDIATeJjJji 1 '
8 CD Let's / 1 THEM ALL WHILE WE ,
1:30 O Frontiers of Faith I tions of a pretty neighbor.O j t l CD Changing Times :'I O Password 1j =Tf WERE CLEANING
2:00: O Star And The StoryO My Favorite Martian 11:30 B Peter Gunn / THEM
I 2:25 8 O News !
Florida Basketball I 8:00 O Ed Sullivan-Variety .' CD Movie % :2:30 a CD Doctors ,
Sloan 1 Scheduled guests: Steve "A Stolen Life." ((1946)) A:, O Rouse Party jJ
(B Wild Kingdom Lawrence of I
Broadway's"What tale of twin sisters, one 3:00 B CD Loretta I
Marlin Perkins Makes SammyRun good, one evil, and the< O To Tell The j
2:30 O Sports Spectacular : ?"; Florence Henderson man they both love. Bette;I 3:25 O News i I

i 'World Figure Skating of "The Girl Who! Davis, Glenn Ford, Dane 3:30 8 CD You : I I
(Champions hips i ) and I Came to Supper"; dancer i Clark, Charlie Ruggles. i iI O Edge Of r
World Star Boat Championships Juliet Prowse; and sing- MONDAY MORNING i I 4:00latch!

ers Bobby Vinton, Jerry I AND AFTERNOON I O Secret -4 4 4= __;....y
0 Topic Vale and Aretha Franklin. 1 6:00 8 Slimnastics CD Popeye's

(B Saga of Western Man Tonight's show marks the i O Sunrise Semester 4:25 a News :

1 Special) "1898" chron- 50th anniversary of the 6:10 CD Continental Classroom, 4:30 8 Burns and

icles America's emergence I America Society of Com-16:15 I B Sunshine Almanac D Yogi Bear MY MOTHER IS A WIDOW...WHO MAKES j
:: as a world power. posers, Authors and Pub- 6:30 B World Civilization I I CD Movie HER LIVING IN A GARMENT FACTOKY.!-SH 6AVE
Photos, silhouettes and : lishers. Ray Bloch orch-I O Pastor's Study "The Loves of ME HER 5AV1N -. $ !

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WASHINGTON -As part of, The other day we I guess ; the ,

our war on poverty we decided I""a swimming pool j be cheaper"
to install a swimming pool in,you can't imagine : II I ,
I what about
\ WHY.L TIEN slow cCt DDID.
a new house we're buying. Wedidn't ucation it was. i i I I ,Ii of the pool?" \ PARED K'S' ... Ys i1AVa BEEN
realize how After looking
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purchase of a swimming perty he said, "I I I
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pool can be. Next to used carl s pool complete i I II ;
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dealers, swimming pool salesmen -I(, "That includes 1 J ,
are the most sincere of all,[vve asked. 'I',I !I; could, but '' v\

businessmen and one tends to i, "Of course. That's we'd have to 2r
believe everything they tell you(complete.." 'i i|i !. the l pool. The / vrr'711
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YOU ARE INVITED Pittsburgh Symphony '._ r.w New 3 Thrilling Hits 1:00 I

HEY KIDS! COME Performs Here TuesdayA 1 eRI'sdty TNUTRI Open Plus 6:00-Show Added Attraction at Dusk ;9.00"A ROMP OF BAWDY TALES! ;

RIDES FIESTAOPENS Lyceum Council presentation Tickets for the performanceare First Area Showing! *
Tuesday will bring the 60-( on sale at the Student Service ALL NEW COMMAND .
year old Pittsburgh Symphony Center Information Booth. SUSPENSE SHOCKER PERFORMANCE MOVIE GAIETY
TUESDAY. MARCH 10 Orchestra to the University of Adult tickets are $2 and stu-
FIELDS PLAZA13th Florida campus.. dents and children tickets are 'K By POPULAR REQUEST IN TOWN!I" :

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J1 m1 company and a battalion chief THEDEFIANT .
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L jor speech on U.s. Latin American Tues. thru FrC papers 5 p.m. Day before publicationFor
ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 am. Sat.
focused the Alliance
policy on For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 pjn. $ .

' Jir for Progress.The .
14' -. .---.-- (Minimum ad 4 lines)

1 $ M President also is expected 4 FAMILY RATES

f fI : : next to few send weeks to Congress a message in the on a Can :3 1 Insertions Insertion ...........................t. 22e:SIC line ItM

% : U.S. foreign aid plans and operations r l lYou 12 6 Insertions insertIons ...... 17e lie line line

which will cover the Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rate earned
x number of Insertions.I .
work of an Interdepartmental

; committee given the task two IT

fH I months ago of planning a shakeup Five letter words per line

in AID. The committee is
Buy Same as > lines

State headed George by Undersecretary W. Ball. of 8 Pt. ordinary type

1 ) Pt.Same as 3 lines
The occasion for the speech 1 ordinary type

on Latin America will be the Same .1 I lines
1 18 Pt
Initial meeting March 16 of the Binary type

Inter-American Committee on

the Alliance for Progress. The 24 Pt.Sams II "ntype

Organization tf American Hire! .

States announced Friday that

Quartet Johnson will speak on that date The Gainesville Sun will net be responsible for more than one
Swing Along Incorrect Insertion nor will It be liable for any error In adver.
:U o the committee, which is de- tisement to I greater extent: than the cost of the space occupied -
function the by the Item In the advertisement. No adjustment/ will'
These are the Troubadars, "Sweet Adeline Quartette" competition international agmd to as permanent be made on errors that de not materially effect the value of
of the al- the advertisement.The .
finalists, from Orlando. Along with two other quartets and a chorus, organ

they'll appear in a Slng.Ding today at the Gainesville Recreation Center. iance. Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising er reJecting -

Starts at 3 p.m. and it's free. The sponsor is SPEBSQSA, and what all those Sell change any the classification advertisement of which It deems. oblecttenal and to

letters stand for will be told at the harmony songfest. Butt to Talk to conform to the policy any of advertisement the paper. from that ereder"

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To Scout No Longer 11 FEMALE HELPiWANTED I'-Wtrk Wanted r.mil

by ENVELOPE addressing and professional .
or MORLEY'S typing to your specif
Troop TodayCity cation. Reasonable rates fast
SANDWICH SHOPOn service.Sun.BABYSITTING Writ. Box J42-A. Gainvllle **-

W. University Ave. across
Commission candidate from University City Bank. cooking or cleanIng -
.7 Waitress for day or evening 5 afternoons. Can furnish
.the SUN Arnold Butt will talk to Boy shin. Apply In person. No phone OWl! transportation. Phone 374-
Scout troop 82 about community calls please.
$ MONEY i A reliable colored lady desire
when it has its courtof
planning $100 EXTRA e month with our work 3 day wk. Experienced and
u honor today In Metcalf School. RentCLASSIFIED new SoRare Beauty Program.We references. Call 374-4ty.
show you now FREE. Writeto
4 ALACHUA GENERAL I $100 or 30 days; Gene A. Bowen ,'out a license. $25; William H. Sulzer. Besides being a commission Box 344-A NOW c/o GainesvilleSun EXPERIENCED Medical TIchIII-
Oxford, 0., fishing without a license tor Interview appt. clan desires position with prW
March 5, 1964BIRTHS Eau Gallie, worthless check, $25; Luther C. Tackett, Atlanta, Ca., candidate, Butt is an architectand Need vale practicing doctor er labe-
reckless driving. $3i; and Ken O. Worth AVON TERRITORIESNOW ratory. Phone 4-2741.
f restitution Cheyenne W. Evans, 1227 SW 4th Ave., fishing without a li- chairman of the Plan]

Busch 1002 NW 40th Ave. worthless cense, $25.Continued. Board. 17
Mr- and Mrs. Joseph the cases of Beauford Bar Work Wanted Ma?.

Cross City, a boy; Mr. and check, restitution and $20 costs ry. f3l NE 16th Ave.. worthless check; Today's court of honor and Open" near Hawthorne and
I 'Ole Mae Allen, petit larceny Grace Windsor, customers waiting for
and Abner 810 NE 18th EXPERIENCED
Mrs. Joe Folker 609 NW 14th Rackley, Mrs. Bum brick or block ley.am
Barry '31 NE 16th Ave. worthless banquet will get under way at Avon service. Call wants work full time.
Ter. of moonshine check; Willene D. Home 714 NW 22nd FR 2-0421. or part
Ave. Mr. and Mrs. John possession Phone 444-3353.
a boy; Ave.. worthless checks; Cecil Glass. 4:30 p.m. in the school cafe-

: S. Turner 247-T, Flavet III, a $100 or 60 days.Estreated James Route 2.W.Improper Moyles, drivers Mlcanopy license, no ;valid and torium. Getting first class scout 12 Male Help WenteJ

boy; Mr. and Mrs Bennie the bonds of Frank drivers license. badges will be Steven Ewing, IS Schools fir Instructions

Jones, Old Town, a boy; Mr. Louie Davis, Waldo, speeding, Dismissed the cases of Joseph Big-
gers. 224 SE 13th Ave.. no valid drivers Tom Massengill, and George AUTO PARTS
and Mrs. Guy M. Willingham, $35; Lonnie Cason, Perry, drunk. license Shirley McGlon, 704 SW Depot Michaels. 1 1st Lesson FreeHarvey's
Ave., no valid drivers license Wayne MAN WANTEDMust
,. Brooker, a girl.ADMITTED. enness, $35; Durwood Chandler Odes Mason 1012 NW 10th Ave.; Jeremiah Getting merit badges will be and Real EsUtt
be experienced sober LICENSE COURSE
Mitchell. 627 NE lSth.Ter. no valid
Otway, Ohio, violation of the reliable only. Apply/ to B li O HOWfLL'S BUSINESS,
drivers license; Joel A. Pelllccl 1114 Charles Arnold, Michael Free- 21. COLLEGEAAENWOMEN
Mrs. Dorothy G. Folker, Mrs. railroad and public utility law, W. University Ave.. no vald drivers license Motor Co.. 115 SE 2nd St. J72-J727.W. Unl. Av.
; Gary Sam Ridgell. 24 NE 17th man, Steven Ewing and John
Mary J. Turner, Michael W. $250; Mary Eleanor Haviland, St., no valid drivers license; Mack Rid- Jourdan. COUNTER cafeteria MAN line &no soda experience fountain AGE 1154

; Evans, Julie G. Schieber, Ter. Micanopy, fishing without a lie gell. 17 NE Uth St.. allowing an unauthorized Dial Apply College lim. 1721 W. Univ. Wanted Immediately
person to drive KathleenZiegler for To
Den Chief awards given calls Train For
Or Use Ave. No Phone
4 ri Jean Lindsey, Troy 0. C ense, $25; Charles Thomas Rollins Hall. no valid drivers CIVIL SERVICE

Thames, Mrs. Hilda A. Holder, New m ans, 302 SE 51st St., license Set <;trial date of April 13 for Abraham work with Cub Scouts, will go CAR SALESMAN; excellent eopor.Cadil-. Good pay Offering more
with locally owned security vacation -
Bessette Robert Rob tunity
.. Mrs. Ernestine L. Chipley, speeding, $35; Leslie H. Trickey MeCray.. 1513 SE 4th Ave.. petit larceny. to Eugene lac-Oldsmebile dealer primarily and sick leave pay.

Mrs. Dot Sappington, WilliamL. Maiden, Mass., reckless driving Issued capias Issued for Lewis W. erts and Douglas Huth. Service 376-4672 selling dependant used upon cars.ability Compensation and willingness local For free Interview Information write and

Worsharo David L. Nemetr Thompson. 0 SW 10th St.. worthless awards will go to George to werk, must earn American Service
$35; William L. Kendall, check. and Donald U Walker High I Box 34-M Gainesville Sun.
all of Springs, disposing of property under Michaels John Jourdan, Charles ever $100 per week to retain
Barney Bryant Newsom Homestead, beating board bill, lien. lob. Only sober persons of high

Gainesville; Teresa A. Perdue, $500; Arnold, Jay Finzel and Phil- moral. character will be consider.ed. GET INTO CIVIL SERVICE
Apply In person to Jay
Chiefland; Judy M. Perdue, Continued the cases of Stuart Marriage COURTHOUSE License RECORDS Application ip Slimak. Ington, Used Car Manager, B WORK I,
& G Motor Ce) 2001 NW 13th St. I!
Martha Stewart Duke 54 Gainesville
Chiefland Thomas R. Crawford
; Francis Acree Archer valid Men-women II and ever. Secure \
no Innls ,
and Raymond Matthews 73.
ROUTE man wanted. Good physical lobs. High
pay. Short hours.
Lake Butler; Mrs. Mary drIvers license; Henry Grady Gainesville. CongressmenWantNfFuss' condition 21 to 35. Married vancement. Prepare by home Ad- II
Mary Lou Tints/ If, Gainesville, end
S. Willingham, Brooker; Oscar must be bondable. High school study for local state and fed
Haw: k i ns general delivery Edgar Winston Stevens. 21. Jacksonville.
Announcements education .preferred. Apply 204 oral, exams. For FREE information .
Frazier Alachua Mrs. Mary Alice London. 52, Gainesville ? : '
: ; SW ith St.
Gainesville, no valid drivers license and Johnnie. Perkins 55. Gainesville. Lincoln Service Bex
Elizabeth S. Andrews; Mr. J. C. Mitchell Jr. Evin- Earlene Jackson. K, Alac"" .. and WANTED part-time gardener. .307-M, Gainesville Sun.
N. Dilon Hawthorne. ; Charles Daniel Bright 20. High Springs. 3 LOST & FOUND Must be experienced and rellable. -
Charles ston, reckless driving; Arvin Alzerta Dixon Blanche 36. Gainesville Over Pay Raise FR 2212.MECHANICAL 22 Special Service
DISCHARGED and Ernest Baker Dunn, 42 LOST
man's black billfold. Finder -
Aaron Moore
Hollywood speed- ENGINEER
Joe A. Boone, Jr.; Carvie L1t ?.WPifcifouns: 1326 SE 4thSt. Divorce Suits '"eeIMlrI.rl. WASHINGTON (AP) Leaders Sell Fast may billfold.keep Mall$15 to but H.please C. Amason return PERMANENT position in Miami "LIKE NEWThf what you'll
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with having
: E. Webb Mrs. Hilda Morris, Smith Garmon vs. Ralph Andrew 3333 NW 4th St. or call 372-W1. area for man degree lay about clothes cleaned at
., speeding; Yu Yin Chen, 532 Garmon. of both parties are doing e major( In mechanical and e minor AIR.WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2
William C. Kaler, Mrs. Con- Other Suits Filed LOST: Thursday morning In vicinityof In electrical and structural en- fir. service; free pickup and
NW 30th St., assault and battery Paul J. Tew and Helen A. Tew vs. Barbara their best to ease a $10,000 pay 1725 NW ,th Ave. 3 yr. old glneerlng. Experience In concrete delivery; AIR-WAY costs 'less;
stance Parker and daughter, Marshall Route 2 R. Tew. mortgage foreclosure. Siamese cat, male Can be Identified block production er quarry 20? S g. 14th St F* f-SUS.
Dave L. Scott. William B. ; Jerry Final Divorce Suits raise for members of Congress by cloth flea collar. work preferred. Age 3040. Salary
worthless check, $300; Horace Mary Smith vs. Julllan Smith. the House with a mini- Children's pet. $10 reward for $7400. To start. Reply with complete 27 Feed & Fertilizer
Krause Mrs. .Patricia Grimes Evelyn Jo Babbitt William through giving educational
vs. Edgar _finding animal. Call FR -99Of. resume
Mickens 530 NW 2nd St. petty -
Pamela Toole Mrs. Lau- Babbitt. mum of fuss. background and practical experience
Mrs. John C. Rob- Sylvia Sexaner Drummond vs. Peter 4 Personalized Service to Box 370-M e/. DAY: FERTILIZER $1.00 per
ra Downing! Edward Spears, larceny, $100; Call Drummond. The big raise, part of a $545- Gainesville Sun. I yard. S1JS per bag. Phone 37*.
erts, 416 NE 2nd Ave., assault Robert C. Cooper Jr. vs. Alice H. 5555.
John R. Seaton, Mrs. Kay Co,per. million pay boost package for LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention DELIVERY man. Must be respon
and battery, $100; Willene D. Edward J. Lavigne vs. Alice L. La- sible. High school ES.: Driver's 28 Livestock fir
Mizell, Michael W. Evans, Ter- rlgne. 1.7 million federal workers, already to nervous or elderly. license, NC'tU*ry. Opportunity Supplies
Horn 714 NW 22nd Ave. worthless Easy Way Driving School. FR
ri J. Lindsey, Julie G. Schieber James A. McLeod vs. Dorothy K. Me has cleared the Rules 3.7002. Lie by State of Fla. for advancement. In sales tservice. .ABY calves, milk be.Utype.
checks (five counts) Fer Blanche A. Dixon vs. Live Eugene 40 hrs. week.. Good pay. had
; mother's milk from 3 to 10
McFadden Kim- .. and is scheduled for ,
Nathaniel : : Committee INCOME TAX and BOOKKIEP. Reply lox>>A Gainesville Sun. days weened milk and beef type
Hunter 730 NW 2nd St.
berly S. Valentine. neese i.ed. floor action Wednesday.Its ING SERVICES. 4004 | W. 20Th SALESMAN yearling M. F. Parrish Artthony. -
assault and bat t ery; Samuel Geneva BUILDING Bailey vs. William Bailey. _Street. Phone 376S'iCIAL NATIONAL manufacturer has "*'. Fla. a2 -23H._
PERMITS smoothed further
COURT OF RECORD M.rc"2" way was with Ing for man to take over local REGISTERED
Lcc, 2027 NE 4th Ave., assault 6 NOTICES Quarter Horse Sale
Fletcher Builders Inc* 427 SW 40th last week when the Republican territory calling on commercial Livestock Paviiiion Ocala Fla.. .
Criminal Dispositions and battery; Donald L. Muse. Ter.. construct residence $20.000. end Industrial accounts In e $at.Marchl4atl1ogj.x
Lester Valentine. 1206 NW :30th Ave., Policy Committee, which nor- TRY DIADAX TABLETS (formerly repeat business. Thorough productand reelstered quarter and thoroughbred
Ira Carter presidingFeb. 1402 E. Ave.
Judge University .
dl'lVUlg field train"""' Compensationand
; repair residence. $150. I mally stakes out the GOP posi- Oex-A-Oiet) New name, same horses. Information H. I:
19 while intoxicated; L. B. Nelson, "H- Inc.. 2IS SE 1st St.. raze busi) formula only tic. Canova's Drug company benefits discussedat Cherry. Telephone 24J-22S1, Ocala"
ness. 51000. tion on major legislation, decided Personto Store. 37 N. Main Sf. Interview. See Mr. T. B. Pd- Fl..
.Fined Benjamin Randale Archer, worthless check; Leroy R. J. Williams. NW 5th Avenue and vogt State Employment Service
violation of Walker 626 NW 4th St. worthless 7th Ter.. repair residence, $100. I to remain silent on it. DUE te divorce I have a like Bldg.' 413 SW 2nd Ave. MondayMarch 30 PETS &
Ansley, Astor, restriction J. P. Bradshaw Jr.. ISO NW 20th St.,I new lt&4 model Zlg Zag. Automatic fth 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. SUPPLIES ;
of most
$25 or 10 days; Joe check; Willie B. Walton, addition to residence, 2000. The big hope mem- sewing machine. that No phone calls. COCKER ,
does everything. We would like Spaniel puppies AKC:
Ardis Boone, 1406 NE 12th Ter., High Springs, worthless check Joseph residence." Hannan$500., 1734 NE 3rd Ave. repair hers who support the bill Is that some one te take up payments CHRISTIAN MAN needed. Full or reg. $35. "Little Beauties". Also 1,
of $4.00 per me. Ph. m.=1. plrf.tlme-llfltlm. security. Ex. Stud service d grown dog for
improper drivers license, $20 or and T. D. Williams, 309 NW Joseph Hannon. 1311-15 SE 2nd Ave. on final passage Wednesdaythey parlance Sunday School ministry sale. Call 411-2342.
repair! residence $150. WE invite sealed bids on two story _
also remain officially helpful. Earn $100 weekly and VP.
five days; Ernesteen Neal Car- ;53rd Ter., worthless check. J. N. Murray 1511 NW 4th $t.. repair can frame apartment house which No competition. Write John Rudin DACHSHUND Puppies AKC reg Istered. -
I residence "00.I unrecorded by .avoiding a roll must be removed from propertywith l male. 2 females. Ranch
Co. 22 W. Madison St. Chicago
rell Route 2 allowing an unauthorized -
Dismissed the cases of Her I, C. L. Milliard Jr. 4106 NW eth St, PersonWANT 40 days from date of sale. 2. III. Motel. Orange Lake Ph. 3T1-2U1,
person to drive, traffic construct office, $450. call and sending it to the Senate Bids to be opened 6:00 P.M, Mclntosh. I
man F. Greene, 805 NW 21st I Palm View Estates. 401t NW nth March 15. at our office. Inspection
school and $20 costs Daniel Place by voice vote. Female PUREBRED Dalmatian' puppies.
; remodel residence. 1000. invited. Address inquiries: 13-Help Mile er
reckless driving Ter., no valid drivers license; C. Siedel., *21 NE 5th Place repair It's not that they don't feel First Methodist Church. Willis- born 13 February 1H4. For In. i
Dykes, Mlcanopy, Ruth Bell Hall, 1100 NE 2nd St. residence 1450. ton. Exp. secretaries salary open formation contact James Wing
traffic school and $20 costs; Wiiii Mae Hod g e, TOO NW sm Ave. they are worth the $32,500 a It attractive FR 2-4421._
valid drivers license Margaret repair resIdence l $100. White housekeeper. $21 wit.
Burt H. English, 1619 NW 1st ; County year the bill would give them. S Baby Sitters Child Care Bookkeeper salary open PUREBRED male poodles. for
Smith Henkel, Newberry, Mrs. Marian V. Fester 2503 NW 31st Exp. Waitress salary comm. sale. :3 months eld. Priced reasonably.
Ave., improper drivers license, Ave. addition to residence. $1400. But voting for it, on the record Exp. mechanicsStore Call 45-23n from *-*
no valid drivers license; Willie Wyman Fowler 2030 SE 45th Ter. con- embarrassing in TINY TOT trainee hi schl. grad. ..m. er write Mrs. Merchant,
$20 .r five days; and failure to Oscar Huntley no valid drivers atrJctrsidence, 7000. might prove an Off. trainee hi schL grad. Sex 126 Archer, Fla._
obey an official traffic signal device F. D. Oliver.. 3520 NW 33rd Place, election year.Soviet. PLAY SCHOOLVisit Tree surgeon foremen U hr. AMERICAN SHEPHERD PUP-
license Jack Katz.2012 W. Uni- Auto salesman. Exp.
; Obstruct residence 24000.
traffic school and $20 ADS us and see for yourself. Short order grill man Registered In buyer'sname.
Quality Builder Inc. 3331 NW Jtth .
versity Avenue, no valid drivers Ave.. 24 SE tth St. FR 4704. Insurance trainee. $100 wk. Male or female &31. Cer-
construct residence. $15,000.
costs. aid Feaster Ph. 444-3414.
Route salesman. Levy Ce.
license Pete Alton Leivonen Quality Builders Inc., 3330 NW 29th
; I HelpsPensioners PLANNeD program awaits your AGY.
Clifford Lee Harrell Alaehua CONNELL EMPLOY. LACK Labrador retrieder.
Ave. canstruct residence. $15.000. pro-school youngster at JACK .
273-13 Schucht valid 120 SE 1st Ave.Phone
allowing an unauthorized Village, no Quality Builders Inc.. 3330 NW 30th a. JILL NURSERY SCHOOL VU2UPLACEMENT Female. $ months eld. Call
person drivers license William K. Ave. construct residence. $15.000. Music programs, educational FR UOf4-
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to drive, $20 or five days; Quality Builders Inc.. 3310 NW Soft film-strips. 7:45-5:15. Moru-FrLl SERVICE
Page, Stengel Field. no valid Ave.. construct residence 115.000. 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 4-JtOO. Office, Professional CLEAN UP SALE purebred beegie -
Ala- ,
Cecil Marion Honeycutt, II Quality Builders Inc.. 3331 NW 30th puppies best stock Sit each.
reckless $25 15 drivers license; Ruby Parrish, Ave. construct residence $15,000. (c) New York Times T WILL care for children for Working Collage. Technical Graduates Crossbred puppies. good stock
chua driving
or ...
*>IS Pftone Keystone Height!
Quality Builders Inc- 3321 NW 30th Soviet mothers In SE section. 223
Trenton, no valid drivers license MOSCOW The government For appt. call 3714377
days; Marcus Howard, Starke, Ave.. construct residence. 115, OO. SE 43rd Terr. Phone 372-5472. 10-11:00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. 473-4tM. James KiwIs.OR ,
; Willie Mae Sims, Trenton Quality Builders Inc.. 3237 NW 30th Is endeavoring to ease Monday through Prtd y I Sale. Champion Sired Wtl-
drivers license $20 or COMPETENT mother will care for
five improper days: Kathy K. Hummel, no valid drivers license: Ave Quality. construct Builders residence Inc.. 3225 115,000.NW 30th the lot of old age pensioners, theration's LINES children. Days or after school.Reasonable PERSONNEL 1W NW 2nd Avenue CENTER -maraner _pups. FR 3-3477
In home. 0f
Ave.. construct residence $15.000.C. lowest income my PRECIOUS purebred Pekingese
Barbara D. 818 NW
Stephens group,
2720 Archer Road, improper A. Flniey. 3520 NW 3 th Ave. park SE 1st Ave. 374441.Employment'. LABORATORY technician. Some pup. Male, II week eld. Reference
21st St. valid drivers license by allowing them to recleve training end experience In analytical
no trolls exchanged. SM. Cd FR-
drivers license, $20 or five days; chemistry .. Mete,....,, a-9 N.
; Howard H. Weston, 3905 both pensions and wages. preferred. _Call 7441 for lP t.
Frank Albert Irving, Waldo, no -
SW 18th St., no valid drivers license Originally a tribal group in Under the new provisions, To" LABORATORY TECHNICIAN minimum 33 LOTS FOR SALE
valid drivers license $20
; Rufus Henry MUM, 1840 the rich Red River delta near pensioners hired for work in underground 11 FIMALE HELP WANTED 3 years college. ACCOUN. 2 IEAUTIFUL" corner lots In north
days; Betsy Sharkey Kamman, China. the Vietnamese TAUT male. full charge. 1101.'toS12S section close te G.M.S. and ....
NE 5th Ter., no valid driver gradual.ly mines or employed per week. Apply 10-12 ......
4 reckless traf. at 11J4 N.W. end
driving, license Walter Ellis MurphreeJr. migrated southward to the In agriculture will be able to BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS 2-4 pjn. PERSONNEL CENTER. step.. Inquire
fic school and $25 costs George ; Earn up to U per hour demonstrating 102 N.W. 2nd Ave. -A i
: ., 1040'NE 5th Ter., no valid fertile Mekong River delta on keep their full pensions in addition DAYS famous Studio Girt .
40 hour week goodpay. 34 Waterfront
Towney Kennard Jr., Newberry, Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. BOOKKEEPER Property
drivers license; Howard H the tip of Southeast Asia. to their regular wages. Phone 37H3M after a. Must have good knowledge
ho valid drivers license, $20 or and be able te
of accounting WINFRED[) H. CRAWFORD
Weston 3905 SW 18th St. SALESLADY _
speedIn $ Decorator of &
make all types dosing
five days; Kenneth Ed ward Reg. Broker specaltzing
Newest most modern furniture
Klrcher 909 NW 24th Ave. violation ; aM Lucille Robinson, 730 Modern Pianist store bi Northcentral Fla. has monthly .statements.Gainesville Reply Sun. Ban LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE
SE 14th Lane carrying Really ONLY opening tor experienced sales decorator :36-A. c/ AGE. 3 miles No. of Metros.
of restriction, $20 or five a con- with emphasis on Mies. tl JO per hour and .... placing -CR 5-2911. "
cealed weapon. Opportunity limited only by catalog servicing cutomers. IDEAL FOR CAMPSITES
t days; your Imagination vriUingnesato Full time er parMlme. Opening 430 acre witti lake frontage.
$ -Morris-Moses Manning, Hawthorne COU T OP RECORD Ripped Into His 'Musie'STOCKHOLM S2 work and earn and desire to In Oalneevtne Starke I Keystone Hunting fishing near town.
CrimlMl Dbpsttie get ahead. Degree not as Important orees. Fuller. Brush Co. 371-TUy. Ocala Forest. Sacrifice at ma..
reckless driving, $20 or MarcIa as experience and above per acre easy terms or ten
Robert Alton Martin ..*. Ire Carter prtsMinfl qualifications. Call Mr. Oakley.Vt 14-Sales' Help! WsatsdSALESMAN percent discount for ell cash.
five days; Fined Robert Lee I.,... Archer no Sweden (AP) a hole in the keyboard lid. : -U3 for appt. Write Box 341-M, e-e Galnee-.

Waldo improper brakes, $20 or valid driver license. S20 or five daysiGraoy -Maybe the music at the Stock. Then he went to work on the I LOOK S.tS Your watch cleaned FOR yUle Sun.LAKE .
Coleman Ellis Alachua. recktess plus SIOO gold filled bend; LOCAL TERRITORY -
15 days, and reckless driving, drlvln;. MO or 30 days and traffic holm Modern Museum Friday wreck of the piano with a pow Choice of designs. THE BAZAAR Te can en. assigned automotIve LOTS FOR SALE
traffic school and $20 costs; Arthur school or tUi Grooms Middleton Bron- a special flat-charge WATCH REPAIR. 113 N. Mai.* dealers er Industrial accounts.
didn't stir the soul .
night but
son. M valid drivers license. S20 or five er saw. service for noncommercial St. Mr. Otts. FR t-7137. Chance for advancement with an 30 minutes from Gainesville.Pelatka r
D. McVoy, 304 NW 25th St, days (suspended); Raiford Franklin part of the performance drew expanding aggressive national Read. Clear sand bottom
Simpson. 3104 SI lith Tor. improper users only. "EXPERIENCEDSTENOGRAPHERS com any. Personal iteto and product lake. Good beach front j
no. valid drivers license, $20 or driven license. S3S or 10 days, SlanV blood. The crowd gasped as one of knowledge ......,.. Young Pleas covered tree*. i

five days; Wayne Lamar Peace, G. Deever. Schucht Village Unlvef his trouser legs was ripped by sos,! has desirable positions men.' 21 or ever must NYe late '
lty 01 Florida. failure to register boat The occasion was a concert I available for experienced stenographers model car. Strelgnt commission Con WALTER STU$$$. INC. i'
1105 NW 3rd Ave., no valid $2* or the days %titt tlO of the fine given by modernistic pianistand the spinning saw blade. Welin Dial with developed secretarial above average. Writ: for "..- 37434 ;.

drivers license,. $20 cost; Robert suspended; Frank Woods, Kendrlck suffered a deep cut in his leg, skttts. ,Starting salarydetermined apptlcatwn term and te arrangeInterview. CHOICE LAKE FRONT .
flahlni wit h uti license. SM er five magician Karl-Erik Welin. by Prior ....,Ience. Mr. Kant FU1LWEUL
Henry Pollard, Alachua, days Pernello Weeds Anthony.< fishIng In his final but carried on to the final- note with Increase based en regularlyscheduled MOTOR PRODUCTS CO. INC Best Buy" Furnished Year$2S.0Schoics t
Lake Home '
number Round
without I license. Of er five days work performance reviews. P. 0. Box 1044 Sta. A
Improper drivers license, $20 Alien D. label Milwaukee. Wise, fishing ," he sought to depict the of his performance. Then be 376-4672 Promotional opportunities. Atlanta. Georgia. :303H round'1 bedroom lake Home I Mitt**.ool

or,five days. Lewis without I. Nelson I license., Archer S20 'er removing five daysj e ineffectiveness. of the conventional -disappeared briefly, returned In i working day work conditions week.and Excellent benefits.Submit QUALIFIED LEADS year Uk Resjseme with $30. 09

:Gustavo Jones Sandoval, Ocala vehicle under lien 820 er II days Charlie instrument for displaying a red bathrobe with his initials resume hi confidence or needs Large experienced Correspondence setesmen School te S Lake guest Santa cottage Fe 4 Ndreem
Ferry ST.. Route 1. assault and battery line telephone 372-4411 fit. 225 far
., speeding, $25 or 10 days: MS er IS days; end James A. SanChei. -. the artist's creative force. in white on the back and got an Direct to appointment.SPERRY close commissions qualified liberal.... overwrite Excellent >Four baths bedrooms t beths CBKerne I34JeO

James Lee Williams, Alachuano NewUrry.and 120 costs.worthless check restitution Welin drove an iron lever into ovation.To Wont Ad-Yisors ELECTRONIC TUBE bonus. Expandable territory. Wide- en beautiful Uk UtOOO about

: valid drivers license, $20 or Estreated the bonds of Jack S, Hln- the be sat down the conclude the DIVISIONSPERRY open opportunity te earn IIMOOS1MOO. Few bedroom S Rasa befits S3 JOO
evening Lake
son. Jacksonville fishing without a license piano, on ; HAND CORP. Answer only" it you have 1 acre en

fivi ,da'l; Alice R. Stern, St.P.gburreckjeudrIvIng. S25i valid James drivers R, ,Neons Hooks Atlanta.6a ftyVveater .: Ud chiselled It open. let a fIre. Welin went to a hospital to get > GAINSVIU.B EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FLORIDA bad Intangible.succ000tul or books.experteftce Write sellinf Box ARNOLD 121* W. UNIV.REALTY AVE.CO.

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34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses for Sole I 35 Houses for Sole I I 35 Houses for Sale I 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole ,

-- BV OWNER 3 BR. 2 oath painted j I MUST SELL $450 down. $11500. FOR SALE Woodland Terrace redwood NORTHWEST 3 BR., 2 bath separate "i SUN WANT ADS
LAKE house completely furnishedon 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath. Florida room. brick Spanish 2 story home. dining Rm. Lg. living room
3 BR, tg. panelled living rm.I wan
1 bath
: BR. new
-Lake Hutehinson. White sand large utility room. 2xar car- Central heat quiet ideal .bce-. I Ii dining area Ig. kitchen, nice 3 playroom. double garage. en '
wall stove
refrigerator -
I bottom lake I nice white beach. port. Lot 100 x 175' N.W. location tion near shopping center. 530 lot. 1423 NE 7th Terr. FR 2-3114. to carpet wooded lot. Split-level. For sale
l shaded lot. landscaped
1 Best buy around. $ O.OOO. Financing near Elementary School NE 7th Ave. corner Blvd. by owner. Will trade for smaller Quick Results!
by owner 11.500 down. Bal-" Phone FR- 4-366. Screened porch. Living Rm. with ROOM & comfort 4 Br; 2 bath; I patio. Small down payment.Total assume home. 2227 N.W. "tt PI. (Off Bring
nee at per cent. Phone FR t -- -- - ----- I fireplace. Patio. Phone FR 2- Ig. family room; living room; yr. mortgage. 22nd St.)
34th Terr. Ph.
528 NW
BR. S12.MO.
2-<<1' after S p m.. or on week- FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 (245. dining Rm; breakfast Rm. In- I
'7 'ends. Nice house for sale. 2 bath. dishwasher.; & disposal side utilities. Covered terrace; 372-6060 after t P.M. and week.end.s. HOUSES FOR SALE: 3-BR 2Batn -

Small down payment VA mort- FOR SALE BY OWNER spacious patio; barbecue; workshop t car or 376-S600 daily central heat with fire
CLEARED. fenced to x 200 lot on I gag 2915 NE 13th Dr. 376-1583 3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. Rm. closeto port. Storage all over. New place. NW 47th Terrace. Price!
clear sand bottom lake 23-miles ; Sat. .. Sun.. after 5 weekdays.SKYLINE school. Littlewood Estates. ref BEAUTIFULlY'kept home. 3 BR. $15,700.
wall furnaces. Rugs; stove;
--- --- $24400. Reasonable down pay. Convenient to school l> shopping. CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3-BR I
from town. Jl.OOO usPhone/ ,
will han
$l',000. Sl.OCO
3762342. HEIGHTS I .ment. 920 NW 37th Terr. Phone rigerator. Oak parquet floors like new. Vbatfu SE 46th Terr. $9.500. ., t
die. 1724 N.E. 7th St. FR 2-
Lots of closet space. Air-condi- $65 mo. :
3 BR. 2 bath tome family room. 372-5738. Payments per
LR J. DR. central heating I. 2220. tioned; dishwasher; nice yard. J-BR 1-bath. SE 46th T rr. $6,500. I I
AC. 4 blocks to elementary i. FOR SALE BY OWNER 22nd $800 down. 1005 NE 23rd 3lvd. $45 per mo.
Real Estate For Sale jr. High Schools 1 block to nursery Street area. 4 BR. 2 baths. 27 113 N. w. 25m Street Near Cam- FR 2-5943. And also some trade-in Houses. I
school S. 300 Club. 12,000 t. living room and fireplace; hard- pus. 3 BR.. den oak floors I Call FR 6-7466.
wood floors. panelled walls I garage. Central rieat fenced $77.14 MONTHLY. VA loan. Lovely
down (including all costs). approx. built-ins; central heat screened on paved street. $13.900. Phone 3 BR home with Fla. rm.. JUST $*7 A MONTH Incl. 'T I> 1..
35 Houses for Sal I 1140 per mo. 1019 NW 36tn Dr. ; porch; shaded landscaped yard. owner at 3727169. patio & carport. Located in NE Gets this 3 BR. IVi bath homeon
I Shown by appointment only. FR 372-2341. big N.W. lot. on dead-end'
patio and Bar-B-Q pit; service sect. By owner
646M.FINLEY. IF you plan to build and would street.. 16.000 gets big kitchen
___ area. Call 376-5642 for appi.f .
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A HOME for Florida. Lg. open a by experienced with pantry hardwood floors.
I living area witn walnut paneling AREA 4 BR, 2 bath. CCB f t BY OWNER 131,500 t builders that have "PARRISH"PRESENTS separate BR. wall to wall car.
k built-in planters 24 ft. home Ig. wooded lot. spacious I Luxurious 4 BR. nearly new the time to discuss plans with petmg. gas logs est. shrubs and
I sliding glass doors opening onto Fla. (m.. fireplace disposal. FM- home located NW on Ig. lot in you. call 372-2527 ask for Gen lawn. yard and other
I enclosed covered patio. 3 BR. I I T.V rotor. phone 37l-0436., Durant Estates. Central air & Paramore. We have availableour I features.nci; ,. Ifth Lane.
2 baths central airconditioning -'- --- heat. Fully equipped kitchen. to plans to choose from.

I and heating eat-in kitchen 3 BEDROOM study. 2 baths 529 NW SIlls St. Ph. 376-3569. Complete financing can be explained NEW HOMES
It with built-in stove dishwasher central heating and air condition to you right in your own I

and disposal.: Close to schools. ing. Fenced back yard. Low FOR SALE BY OWNER .... NW home. For appointment calL DELIGHTFUL LIVING Lovely 3 Be sure and inspect these 3 and

z 122000. 922- NW 36ttTerrace.. I down'payment.. 2032 N.E. 17th Section. 3 BR. 2 bath. CCB. THE JAMES CO.Of bedroom 2 bath home in lovely 4 bedroom 2 bath homeson

Week days after 5. .F.R '-4945.. Terr. Phone 3726049. central heat built-in appliances. Gainesville Inc. Holly Forrest. Cozy carpeted N.W. 16th Ave. before you
Large utility room. dbl. carport. Builders of Kingsberry Hornet living room with old brick fire buy. Each on one half acre lots.
V 4 BR. 24m CCB horne FHA i FOR SALE paved street on sewer. Small Ph. 372-2527. nites 372-7401. place. Built-in kitchen. central Sprigged and landscaped. Mod

financing. down payment V450. :, 2 Bedroom House down payment. FR 6-4774 after 6 --- heat and air conditioned. Fenced ern kitchen. Hardwood floors.

I Stl.27 monthly includes all taxes By ownerAVAILABLE p.m. LIKE THEWEATHER back yard with swimmingpool Cent heat 1 air conditionedand
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a. insurance. No closing costs. .
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JUNE much Call '
more. us anytime k 'r''y
and shuffle board court. t.
r For appt. to see 3720431. 3304 N.W. 3rd Street NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 to see. ..ae.rj-J_
? '5
bath. Central heat. central air
FR 20783. I cond. Northwest. SI9.0CO. Call FINLEY AREA We have two y
4 BR. Fla. Rm. fireplace partial x
in '
You'll be comfortable any '
lovely 4 bedroom homes. Walk- DOWN I
A-C walk to schools. Slt.sco FHA 376-2927. $100.00 _
3 BEDROOM. 2 bath concrete weather in this new 3-bedroorru ing distance to J. J. Finley and -. --5'r : ,
S900 Gwn. 3544 NW 7tn Awe. block home central heating. 3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On 2-baths fully air conditioned built on nice wooded lots. Both And only 'SIM per month will -

r owner FR "048. hardwood floors and Fla. Rm. { Acre lots. Go out NW 16th Avej Hugh Edwards home. Built in owners have left town. so both move you into this attractive CB
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3- BEDROOM home air conditioned Located near Littlewood and j i rue to 43rd St. Intersecton kitchen includes General Electric are waiting for nice large fami- home at 1311 N.E. 14th place. -5

I wall to wall carpeting Westwood schools. Terms to I, turn right go approximately I oven and range and refrigerator. lies for immediate occupancy.Call 3 BR. 1 bath. Stove and Ref. ,4,4t\ a i\ '
I throughout the home. Draperies. suit buyer. Call 372-3793 after mile see sign on left. Large laundry room. VA FHA for complete information on included-. Move right In.
for appointment. Owner r T. D. 2ETROUER BUILDER
p.m. or ConventionaCHUGH
Situated on large wooded lot. both homes.
Sale price $14.850. SI.OOO down. moving out of state. 621 N.W. FR 63841. 7/2! ACRESAnd
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35th St.HAZEL
I call 374-1168. Weekdays after $ 3 BEDROOM block house for sale. NEW LISTING Out
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I p.m. Anytime on weekends. --- 2 Baths. Would I tike 1500 equity EDWARDSINC. standing contemporary a very nice like new 2

-- HEIGHTS and take up payments. Call FR home. one of the few BR; 1 bath home N.W. of townon Mr. and Mrs. W. Bell purchased this lovely home at
Requa recently
2 bath
I BY OWNER. 3 bedroom 6-4930. homes in Gainesville the Frans worth road. Deep
home in Fine S.W. residential See our 4-bedroom and 3-bed- I well. Storage and -laundry. Pricedat .1! with
- -- trial is solar designedand 1784 S.W. 36th Place through Mrs. Mnrcelle Pardi Associate
Near Schools and shopping. room 2-bath CCB homes with $7,250. Call to 'I ,
area. RESTRICTED Gwynn Oaks. 3 BR, HE 16th Ave. and 15th St. a basic steel struc only .now see.
FHA financing available. Call built-in electric stove and oven. 2 B. Central H.AC wooded 45 FR 2-1551 ture. 4 bedrooms 2'i John Merrill, Realtor, a member of the Multiple Listing. I
I FR 2-2727. or drive by 124 S.W. Central heat. city utilities.t acre lot. by owner. $27.700. 402 baths with 3000 sq. ft.
Wired television
for and
40th St. tele SW 42nd St.. FR 23804. UNIVERSITYREALTY j
-- phone. Large yards completely' __ _. n __ of floor space. Large
t $250 DOWN grassed. Hazel Heights Is in McKinney carpeted living room.
NEW HOMESPriced modern kitchen, hugescreened
2 BR frame house located on the city limit Equipped with
NW 12th Terr. SS5 month. sewer lines close to bus step from $12,700 to $11.000 porch. double I
per low down payment conventional NO MONEY DOWN VA carport. tremendous 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. 35 Houses for Salt I 42 Farms fir Acreage I 45 Furnished Apts.

NEW 3 BR 1 BATH HOMES loans. Located on Northwest pay only $100 closing Green storage area central M. Munroe. Broker
eth Ave.. West of 13th heated and air condi- j
Best terms FHA
$500 down. MS month located on St. Shown by appointment tioned. Assoc: S. E. Mclaughlin Frank I FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE EAST SIDE
SE 4Sth Terr. phone f R 2-3826. Free lifetime Swim Club Membership Roby. Roy McCann. T. C. Doug- I OVER 1.400 I Ft. plus carport and j RURAL PROPERTIES
las Jr. porch. 3 BR. and study. 1-'.'a '
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Call FR 2-2372 or FR 2-5733. 3 LG. BR, 2 bath panelled LR.lireptace. HUGH EDWARDS soon opening. Acre lots. ---- bath attic fan. built in drawers. ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTOR
h __ attached garage HW i lim vanity. and storage galore! 80. U.S. Hwy. 441 Micanopy. Fla.
paved streets outside city ExceptionalBEFORE I I
WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD I silO Convenient to Metcalf >
floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. INC. about Ph. 4<6-3 20
its. we1 tell more
Walking distance to schools. 3 NW near Stephen Footer. 114,500 i' Bishop Parochial Schoels. ISO 157 per month DOGainesville's
BR. 2 baths home in Skyline I this restricted area. YOU BUY you MUST Mo. V.A. 4U percent. FR 6-2775. 280 ACRES. Tobacco allotment. S
N.E. 16th
1450 d.p. FR 2-8851. Ave. & 15th Street
Creek Side SEE this. immaculate ___ __ Finest
Heights. Study hardwood floors I I' I : 3 bedroom I room house. Paved read. Close I Iin. I

built-in range & oven. Cent NE 2oTh Place 1311. 3 BR. Fla. 372.1551 See this all-out modern three RANCHETTE homesites, too. Approximately home located in a very desirable 1100 DOWN j 1225 an Acre. Gladys Smith. I Furnlstor unfurnished

heat. Shaded back yard. Call Rm.. patio. carport. 177.14 mo.. Neat and Clean- : D12-2511t; I i B.R. Tt bath MASONRY HOMEtogether 10 acres each. Located NE residential neighborhood.Front 3 Btdrooblock home Realtor. 1228 W. University Ave. 'j Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart
372-5974. VA loan. $300 down. on Newberry Road. Just screened porch. oak floors. on paved street. We own this 3725393.C 376-
St. Phone
By owner. see this 3 bedroom home in with GUEST HOUSE ment. 309 NE 9th .
--- Come by lime FR 2-2341. I I $500.00 down. S years on bal. attached garage beautiful shrubbery house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. and '
3 BEDROOM 2 bath. CCB. cen- any beautiful Idylwlld on large lot Central heat Car port and discuss MILES north of Alachua. 40 acres 9608.
------ ance. trees and corner lot maKe want to payments. Approx '
tral heat shaded lot. built in BY OWNER Hibiscus Park. Fin- with fenced back yard. Located -i garage More than one acre of. this well kept property a REAL $7$. Closing costs if you high & dry on graded road. 1150 SPACIOUS down stairs 2- t.drooM'

kitchen appliances 2-otility ley School Area, 3 Bedroom finished between University andn..w land Beautifully landscaped BUY at $10,000. ONLY 3 per cent t have good credit. se us for this per acre. Also 64 acres at $120per furnished apartment. 705 N.E. 2nd.

rooms. paved street and sewer.OLtiCt upstairs. Fireplace. PhoneF Country Club. Hardwood I Call FR 23617.iMadison M. M. DOWN plus closing costs. CALLUS and other homes' best i acre. Buy both or separate i SI. $70 month. Phone FR *-
neighborhood. Curved R 2-CW2. floors with some carpeting Flor. NOWI terms. Ph. FR -247ttI\Wa with terms. Call anytime: 5270.
street. 100 x 127 lot. N. W. sec ida room, separate workshop and I ParkChoice W. Weseman Realtor 1113 N. I I Ernest Trw Realty ; -- -
tion. Small down payment. Immediate NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 storage room. Priced at $14- I Main St. 2910 NW 13th St. Phone 376-6461 NICE 2 bedroom furnished apartment.
f : occupancy. 171 N. W. and 4 bedroom. 2 bath CCB 000.) is the .key word Yes $200 DOWNS bedroom masonry Associates: Ralph Glaeser Living room. dining
20th Place. West Villa. For appointment home. City water, lights andsewers. you would liketo see this attractive PARRISHAND home with oak floors tile bath I' Steve KestersonLes room. and kitchen. Lights and

to see and further Shown by appointment.Phone Extra Special. To lee 1 Is to believe : and delightful 3 8 R. 2 carport, fenced backyard and 37 Real Estate Exchanged Jackson | water furnished. Private balls

details call James Quincey.Clayton FR 2-3826. that this modern home i bath home. Beautiful inside ASSOCIATES. INC. II paved street ONLY $11,600. No : and entrance. 4-blocks to cam
ArRow Duncan & Central heat Parquet QUALIFYING NECESSARYI -Selling Florida"Since 1906" I $75. FR 2-9704 or 2-9195.
exists in our community. Closeto i planter MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING I pus.
Johnston. 372-951. TRADE equity 3 BR, 2 bath. CCB __
Country living at country prices. -
University and outside city floors A visit to this home H. Wayne Hill Helen GrahamCarolyn I ;
-- ------ TALK Excellent new listing for those 263 ft. frontage beautiiully landscaped 2.4 NICELY furnished 2 bedroom
1365 down buys acres
1 FOR Sale. 3 BR.2 bath brick limits. Designed and built for the will be convincing. Priced under Gardenhlr Mary Parrish I you .
interested in INCOME PRO- Ocala. 1825 NW 26th St. road fronlaae school apartment. Spacious. quiet. Ecelient >
home. FHA financing. 1550 dONn. ABOUT fun loving family with enclosed $17,500.00 Call us for an appointment 1. N.E. First St. Tel. 372-5375. PERTY. Three bedroom. one far house of equal value inGainesville. t es paved, utilities weeded homesites.Drive busj. 'j neighborhood. $100 months
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FR 2-3617.
Must sell owner leaving town. pool and outdoor grill. Drap.s.carpeting bath house with attached two I Phone 629-1993.; west on Newberry Rd., tarn i FR 6-3985 after 6 p.m. FR 6-7142.-
2208 NE 15th Terr. Call 376-8472. and bar stools in I
bedroom -----
LOCATION one apartment.Both right on SR No. 241 and watch
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Large. 4 BR; 3 baths; Fully equip. You won't find a better location able. Excellentfinancing Must Sell FORDYCESTRATEGIC furnished. Call us for In- 38 Real Estate Wanted for the sign. Los Trancos Woods. s

ped. Just, being completed. Will than this pre-owned rambler. II This spacious home must be formation on this fine pro Ralph/ Realtor

be open from 11 to 4 p.m. Sunday I Your children can play in the 'I I If you want a spacious home In sold. 4 B.R. 2 baths large perty. FOSSY McCOY'SSPECIAL

only. 125 NW 6W1 St. In West large. established yard or near- excellent condition and enjoy panelled Fla. room. Living & dinIng WANT TO BUY 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359

Hills. I by.t the Metcalfe or Howard I small town contentment phone room. 2 Fireplaces Screened yes this home Is situated on a JOHN Member Multiple Listing
-YwESTMORELAND--- -3-BR.----2-b.lh.- I Bishop school playground. 3- for appointment to see this 3 tile porch. This home will suit beautiful lot in a good northwest 2 or 3 bedroom home with family :

large kitchen. built-in range & I I bedrooms all featuring built-in bedroom home on large beautiful you if you have a large family location. Large colonial home room and 2 baihs. Kitchen must I 43 Colored Property j

oven. separate dining room. large wardrobes. 2-fully tiled tub baths. lot in Micanopy. $12,209. and need lots of room Locatedin three bedrooms. lovely living MERRILLRealtor be equipped. Central heat preI I SMALL OFFICE BLDG.

living room. oak parquet floors. j parquet floors. thruout. separate the perferred Northwest room with fireplace spacious kitchen ferred. Must be priced right HOMES FOR SALE I For sale. cite 241103%. Ma* U
L double carport large corner lot. dining area $15.000); $550 down DAN BYRD within 2 blocks of an elementary and a separate dining with reasonable dawn payment. I 2 & 3'Bedrooms. SE 14th St. I. !>e moved from present '"a-
11.SCO for equity and assume VA i includes closing cost. FHA. school. Will consider a reasonable room. For more information call Write to Box 365-A GainesvilleSun. SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay- lion. Can be used at imal!

loan. No closing costs. Monthly HUGH ASSOCIATES I offer. Owner leaving town.It FORDYCE I. ASSOCIATES. INC. MULTIPLE LISTING I I ment. Some small down pay tome. Price S4UO.OO Call Cer

payments of 1125.22 includes taxes would pay you to investigateCall 376-1236. PHONE 372-1494 I ment. Monthly payment $57 to ola or V. Q. McCoy, KR
INC. FR 2-3617. 165. Also homes built on your N. Main
& Insurance. See.afctON'.V -EDWARDS ASSOCIATESMARCELLA I 2-3361. Office. corner
Jack DeYot BrobrASSOCIATS 39 Out of Town Property tot for no down payment.Call .
40th Dr.. or call IFR 6-J7M. PRESTIGEIs PARDIW. 'I and 23rd Blvd.
r INC. : ASSOCIATESJ. in this delightful home. H. BUCKHANNAN I,_ TOMMY .,
BYoW ER3w j;; down Walter Stoddard. E. E. Holloway Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. yours -- -- I Phone FR 2-412J---- - -
Three bedrooms two baths completely
payment. Payments of 16* per NE 16th Ave. 8. 15th St. Christine Stone I J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire beautiful OUT of town property for rent. 3
built-in kitchen
mo. ISO NW 55th St. Ph. 372- FR 2-1551 FR 2-2511 (25 N.W. 13th Street Virginia A. Power J. W. tedroom 1 beth swimming fishing .
living room with drapes and wall
7044. Member Multiple ListingSERVICES t Multiple Listing and boating with golf course I
t to waif carpeting. Call Today.
I the street. S70 a month.
KirkpatrickAIRCONDITIONED Call GR 5-2931 or GR 55172I.telroe TOTAL
YOUNGAMERICA Fla. House location I Enjoy
for the summer
VETERANSif weather that is on the Keystone He'ghts.! __ I

you wish a home with little or. way. Entry hall lovely large 71 ACRE buildng; lot on top of a ,

I no down payment and are a quaIl- living room. dining room famIly I hill 3 miles Northwest of Ala- in the
I tied veteran w e have one for room with tile floor. three chua. wth: a beauiifvl view and Living

HOMESPRESENTS you. Call and make an appoint bedrooms. two tiled baths. sky I ornamented by oak. hickory. pineI ,

ment now to get this home. lighted kitchen. Reasonably and other tvpe trees. Fence the
t Home And Business FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC., priced located in popular I whole 71 .acres build a home in !

3761236. Anglewood. and ready for the center and let the rest of COMPLETE
your occupancy.LITTLEW000Westwood. I the world go by. The price of
CHARMING the entire lot is only! S14.:<00. i
Bulldozing RepairsFREE I MODELSOPEN area. FRANK D. & LEE HOWARD.
Is only one of the many words
10 a.m. Til Dark that can be used to describe Four bedrooms two baths. liv. I' Real Estate Grady Finance
BULLDOZERS i ing family 454-1396 High Community
Dragline. Back Estimates with room. room. parquet Building phone
on your repairs -t this lovely brick home. four
hoe. wheel tractors. motor and additions. Complete' FEATURES : bedrooms three baths. a spacious floors. Priced at $15,250.00 Springs. or 909 W. Magnolia St.. I
grader. Free estimates. W. G. FHA evaluation with $14,750.00 Leesburg.
lOxir bedroom $675. Complete
FireplacesScreened: living room and Florida room.
BucM Johnson. FR 6-6l 19
loan for 30
lh20" .Florida room $1680. porches a delightful kitchen all centrally possible years.

King Construction Co. PhoneFR .Custom kitchen cabinets heated and air conditioned. Do I -NEWBERRY-i
CarpentryGRADY t-3484. Oversized bathroomsPlus FORDYCE 8 ASSOCIATES. FOUR BEDROOMS. two baths
in this 3 BR frame (on large lot Homes
are modern LIbby Heights /
many other custom INC.. 376-1236 for an appointment Quality
home with a large separate I' needs s.me repairs. $2,600. 1100
to see this one.
RemodelingNEED .
dining room. The delightful down 149 No.I

Custom refinishing built cabinets and and moldings VA & FHATERMS living room with sliding glass ALSO I You'll be getting "mere home for your rnoney" at
I doors leads out to a lovely I 2 B R fr rr... 11.500. 150 down. 135
painting.1533 E. University Avenue A NEW Florida room. carport FORDYCEASSOCIATES patio setting of shade trees Mo. Call Jacksonville collect. EL Highland Court Manor. Our goal is to design attractive
patio screened-in porch. shrubs and flower beds. Amenities .
far less
Phone 377- 313 :
I homes featuring more living space
etc.? Call now and get It done ; include central heat

for the summer months. Call Walking distance to elementary I and a modern kitchen with I I money and we've been doing it for over 25
CosmeticsAn 40 Business Properties i
I I 372-104 after 5 P.M. for free & Jr. High Schools Shopping t dishwasher and disposal. I -
-- estimates. This is all yours in the years
HOUR OF BES?.-------.make: I INC.Multiple 125,000.00 price range. LAUNDERETTE. grocery. small
a "new you- at MERLE NOR- NO JOB Too Large No Job Too Churches.YOUNG and: large frame dwellings. Four
MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. Small. Need an Estimate? Giveus 149 foot lot on ,
Appraisal Service Learn a call. Listing J. W. I buildings on / Services
professional makeupsecrets I REPAIRS. REMOD Mrs. Grace S. Fordyce Broker highway; near Suv/apnee River City
by trained beauty experls. ELING. ALUMINUM SIDING.
AMERICA Mrs. Mary MoeCer: Broker I and resort area. J1 mites front
513 W. Univ. Ave. FR 376-U3S or 372-7941. VIr. E. W. Moeller AssociateMr. I KIRKPATRICKREALTOR Gansviie.: : oily $11,000. with

FRED B. ARNOLD 23126. j EMRAYSADVERTISE Harvey Benton. Associate I terms. Ph. Ernest Nalbach: c o All city services are available at Highland Court

REALTOR HOMESNW 926 West University Avenue Member of Multiple; Listing Warner W. WesemanRealtorFR Manor Streets are paved and curbed. stcrm drainage
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL FIRE EXTINGUISHERS 376-1236 31 N. Main Phone 372-1404 6-2472.
SERVICE --- 34th & 7th Avenue -- -- ASSOCIATES -_ --- -- and sewers in place. There's police and fire
I2It W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 ; FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER I was monthly income from well ,
IX THEERVKE Fioye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell and refuse pick-up too.
CO. Phone 372-7070 constructed masonry apartments protection
FREDARNOLD Capt. A. W. Reece. USN. Ret.
Sales and Service in very desirable location. 115-
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Appliance Repairs i All types of Fire ExtinguishersPick DIRECTORY BY THE OWNER Idvlewilde 2 i' 000. down and SC30 per month
up and delivery serviceC. BR. CCB house tile bath famIly including: Interest. A good return
R. Thomas Ph. 37M9M room. Call 372-8CO after TAX CUTMeans on equity PLUS amortization / RecreationHighland

Parker Appli. Serv. Gainesville. FliIO 5:30 P.M. t : of the mortgage with priv.--

--- -- to Ph FR 62472WarnerW. :
t Expert Major Appliance Serv Heating t Upholstery TWO or three bedroom suburban More Take Home prepay.We an-Realtor-I113 N. Court Manor's exclusive Swim Club and

ice. Prompt. Efficient t home on laroe lot. Near School. REALTOR Pay For You Main St.- Community Center is unmatched in Gainesville. You
Courteous 372-6K4. "ART BALL" Heating. (Hot Air- i $230 down. $75 month." FR i-mi --
Hot water) Air conditioning and UPHOLSTER your furniture at You con Now Afford I 11.ACRESo for sale w/4-acres receive free membership with purchase of a new"
I I reasonable! prices. Call FOR SALE an older home near More Horn,. zoned business 500 ft. hwy. frontage -
Refrigeration. Ph. 372-1685. 15 Sally.
Auto Equipment Vexpe Fvr.riarice Fsneri.need FR 6-..... I. Hawthorne School S5 OO. 'nCro. 1336 N.E. 7th ST. 3 bedroom furnished house. home. Featured with the giant pool are facilities for

... Park. a home 2 acres INTERESTED? Call 2-4957. and the
: baseball basketball facilities
I $5066. Clifford Johnson. Broker Comfort and economy for your Start BuildingReal playground

I HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & I Home. Service : SewingAlterationsSE"'STRESS I Box 112. Hawthorne 481-2252. family for $400 cash down pay- I 42 Farms & Acreage i it Clubhouse.
I exchanged; Repair kits for ---- --- ment. Yes if you can qualify Property I
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized WOOD HOME IMPROVEMENT for FHA the :
1 monthly payments
( I do sewing of all I[
Licensed & Bonded Builders
Walker Hydraulic Jack I kinds S. Dressmaking. Mrs. W.C will be approximately Ml.00 per Equity j jI
BRAKE Florida Rooms Carports I SMITH 70 ACRES
i Service Agent. HULL'S I month. Range and refrigerator in- / ConvenienceThe
Asbell. 34M N.W. 17th Ter- :
SERVICE S. SUPPLY 1314 S. PatiQRoofing Gutters I cluded.
; Main FR 7-14 Financing adiusted to up to acres In planted pines 4 years
(US- .
baths. to wall carpet.ng.Nice
Glass I loiters requirements.Dial 1 Machine Repairs I I lot. Only 13.000. Call 372- i BEST BUY i old. 'A pretty :1a sand bottom total suburban'community is only' minutes away -
PINEFOREST lake. A r buy at 10000.
Bobby Wood Fred Wood 5391. Handsome 2 story concrete Let us show you. from public and parochial schools churches. and

376-4707 376-1100 block residence with, central I i iI shopping areas. Yet the strictly residential sections .
AUTO GLASS N our only bus : heat. Over l00 so- ft. features
ness. Immediate installation: : CO. (15 W. UniversityAve. room. 2 bath home in an estab-, wood burring fireplace. hard- removed from noisy areas and busy streets.

free pickup 4 delivery. Add Mortgage Broker 37t-tos. We repatr -at I 1 tithed neighborhood. Fenced yard. I II wood floors. dishwasher In kitchen. I !
Metes Work fultv cuarariteed I' Priced at 15100. Good financing : GI'S'Your
beauty & value to your car. I There are 3 bedrooms. 2 Ills N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. FHA and conventional at lowest 1 I Call 372.5393. baths and separate family room. W. W. Munroe. Bree"FORDYCE- .
373 N W 6th St FR 615U current rates. Terms to 25 WINDOW CLEANING Large wooded lot. $700 down to VA Loon Benefit may -
years. Will gladly discuss at no : Bargain. Estate with 3 acres. qualified buyer.BEAMED. Still Be In Effect! j Highland Ccurf ManorI

& Serv. I obligation. Call tomorrow.J. MINDOAS cleaned floors cleaned Rambling country home with 2.400 i
Building Repair
W..KIRKPATRICK. Realtor and waxed houses washed. 10 I i square feet. Only County taxes. 2
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-.4T4 yrs. experience. Free estimates. bedroom. 1 bath guest cottage. CEILINGSOwner PINE Lots available near new Myra

-FRED- B. ARNOLD Phone FR 2-5955. !1 See this one by calling 372-5393. has moved away. He Terwe-'Higar Elemerttarw School. Sales Office Located l at N.E. 23rd 81.d.'I

CARPENTRY ROOFING REALTORFHA said sell 3 bedrooms 2 baths I Narttwest section $!.6!0 and

f S ADDITIONS AND CONVENTIONALLOANS < 7'. acres fencedimproved pas-- terrazzo floors central heat FOREST I UD-located on a ps/ed street. and 11th Terrace Phone 372-347
a Satisfaction guaranteed I I ture. 2 dwellings. $15.000. NearI paved street beautifully landscaped Wart a lot hidden away but very

I E. R. Schultie 373-2051 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 I I City. Terms. Live In one. rent lot. Full price $17,600 ByHUGH t accessible to town? Nearly 2
!| other. To see. call 37'25.,3'I' acres and beautifully wooded.: '

Building I Repair Service. r* per cent interest. Terms 10 GLADYS SMITH AR'NOLDREALTY We have one with a beautiful' i ;
I FR 6-8S07 25 years. lake view too-nearly '. of an -

BUY BUILD REFINANCECall 'I' Realtor EDWARDS acre and such a lovely neigh- ..

COMPANY borhood.
BulldozingSMALL Dan Byrd .I Get Results Multiple Listing Member Multiple Listing Do call u* fort special lot. EI

_!::5.tW: \3 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 Associates: 121* W. Univ. Ave. 372-3527 INC.NE FORDYCE t> ASSOCIATES.
GLADYS:: Smith baltor. FHA Ben Griffin Florence Burns Associates: Pete Sieg INC. Builders and Developers il
bulldozer loader dump i and COftWlft"toMs.. Low I Caroline Novel Dan Sheldon Jane Caldwell Wayne Mason 16th Ave and 15th St.
trucks fill dirt. lime rock. TopsoiL rates. Terms to 25 years 1223:I 122 West UniversityPhone Jim Shepperd F.. W. Hodge 926 West University Avenue '>
I -Phone- FR- 2744. I W. Univ. Ave. 312-5391. II 372-533 Charlie Mayo Bob Kalkman 372-1551 I :376-1234 _
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Sunday, March 8, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9C

49 Rooms For Rent "64 Household 'Goods 64 Household Goods 66 Misc. For Sal.

66 Misc. For Sale t 66 Miac .For Sal. 66 Misc. For SU. I

FURNISHED room with privateentrance T-A-G APPLIANCESTested HARDWOOD bunk beds for sale DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY HI-Fl beautiful console. automatic, -
and private bath; Central and Guaranteed with mattresses In excellent/ condition Chairs, low as $8. No money Garrard record player. 2 speakers USED Chain Saws ISO up. New HEAVY steel ramps to load your I
', heat. Telephone and garage 42 Refrigerators from S3* up and girls dressing table. down low as $5 per month. sell for ttf. Phone 372- 4 hp saws $89.95. w. repair dozer or tractor plus 2 120 gal,
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE Call FR 4-5112. Ranges from S3* up Phone FR 46165.MODEL Free estimates. pickup and delivery 662L en chain saws lawn mowers. bulk tanks. Call 372-UM. f
1 Ia MSRSrIaR 17 Washers from SI* upS service. All work guaran- Chain MW rentals. McCultoch,
. I Cut ., 'luaU II Wutet .. II.. LARGE quiet front bedroom. Dryers from S49 up teed..P one 374-7714. : CLOSE OUT SALE Wisconsin and Briggs Stratton AZALEAS i
I Le., a 1'.... Ii XaeMDe17 TMIa semi-private bath and entrance. 2 Food-Freezers from S** up HOMEFROM On Wallpaper. tSc a Roll .dealer. Florida Saw Co. ',FR FOR salt. all size*. Wholes*!*
4 PenouUnC nletl a BuU41Dr .aunall S4J5 per week. Phone "1"'. 2 Dishwashers from S49 up CARPER PAINT CO. 6341I.WANTED: price. 3145 N.W. IflMi St.
I Travel W.ra.Uoa 14 ...e.... G.... I DISPLAY
10 TV Sets from S35 up '
LARGE with private bath SALE 1e .W. 7m St. 312-4366
I heelal NetJeel a .a-ut. room JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 3 COMPLETE FOR ; CHEAP, Restaurant Customers for home delivery
dressing rm._& entrance. Pre formica counter and 26 stools of Fresh' Vegetable Juices 14 REFRIGERATOR across too
!l.rlat. 1IJJe. I'er !a1S 41* NW tth Ave.Ph. 373-5303 HOOVER: upright Vacuum cleaner freezer. Also good Tappan 36" ..
fer businessmen or couple. Phone equipment. Complete fountain daily. Answer to Box 344-A.
lIa'y Suten. CJa1U Care 11 TraCJac P.. I ROOMSFurniture like new. Sold new Iff. I left gas range. Both In lUte new
372-C42. and short c/o Gainesville If
order equipment. 52" sun Interested.
Places T. Ge C 1 ArtI1. W.ated U* Compact late model. Sold condition. Also
family aba fire
& consist- Call FR 2-07St or 2-207. Mr. Price depends a lot on how
Tkthgs T. ... .. racl OD e7S w.... MEN Women rooms and apart applianee*- Page. new $181 $49. The Kirby Co. safe. 2145 N.W. lOtti St.
B.si MarllM ing of 2-pc. foam rubber nylon 712 N. FR many reply.
Eqfp. ments. Near campus. 102 NW 3622 Main 4-7110.
AUTOMOTIVE 'n Camp BIIII' Ys 13th St. Call FR 4-2937 or FR 6- covered sofa matching chair. LESS THAN WHOLESALE SHOTGUNS U Gauge pump 12
2 step tables & cocktail ALL
matching CHANNEL T. V. antenna
I AlrpIu. 8sIe.-Reta1s 1S' Offlee ip.s' 1062. BEACH BLVD.IN table with plastic finish 2 GAS WATER HEATER $25 ellowancw -I Double stack complete. NothIng NEW. used and rebuilt electric gauge double barrel, (2) .22 rtf-
:S MuJcal
on II.I:. B.... 'er SAle Xere'ui1M ROOM for 2 with outside en tall decorator lamps with eye for your old costly to else to buy sis. Brants. Met manual adding machine les. 1pum111olt with scopes.
'2' Tnek. ,... sIs trance. 2 beds. Adjacent bath saver shades. Beautiful gold mist operate electric water heater. I 913 NW. tth Avenue. standard typewriter and port 2 gun racks 1 desk and lamp,
Truck. W&atedt Storage Warehouse bedroom suite double dresser Hot water at about half your I ables. Check writers of all types. snare drum and stand, cornice
:: Traet.n & Tr.ck lIe.ula REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Gentlemen use of telephone.1414 refrigerator.NW 12th with large titling mirror. master present cost with our LP gas. I GOLF CLUBS (men's) lefthand- We buy used equipment of an boards an reasonable. Can. FR
t only. 4 size chest large double bed. Ask us. PROPANE, SW Archer I ed. Complete set. Call FR 6- type Call FR Ml05 or FR 2-127 or sea at lots NE IJrti
:: :':::1:1u.: IeNte,. IS L.ts ler S1i Rd. Phone FR 62195.SIA Complete 5 PC. chrome dinette Road. FR 4-5110. S494 5-W4J day or night. Place.

$4 IIMsbUs lIe&Ira II Waterrr-at pnJUt7 ROOMS FURNITURE set. 144 Admiral refrigeratorwith
$1 A..Uet ler Bass IS B..... 7.r 8e1U Wanted To Rent & APPLIANCES full width freezer & crisper .

bwp Can :; C.ttages Fir psI. shelves In door and dairy ..
Ecal stiie EiebutelEDUCATI'.HAL RepossessedBecause bar, deluxe range with thermo ,

: I"E Wanted 3 or more bedrooms, 1 or more stat controlled oven, roll outbroiler. .I.-
II ac..... A la.tneUoe OSt T.WR Pripert bathroom unfurnished house. Call of family troubles lust This furniture has beenon ...
It X.aJe. Duebl. 4. B.u"repen...i FR 2-9500 after .:30 p.m. weekdays come In ft take over paymentson display only. Everything new v._.... ..: .
It W&Dtecl-lD.tncUea C1 .esl'eaUaI 1neis or all day weekends. entire houseful. Consists of a 3 guaranteed. Regular price .
4S Fars Aer.agi beautiful 2 pc. living room suiteIn SW8,. now only ".. .-
43 C.i.r.d Prepert7 nylon sofa makes into bed .
e EMPLOYMENT 54 Business Rentals also matching club chair w-solld: $499No I
: Wirk Wanted )ta1. RENTALS foam cushions. 2 decorator
W.rk W&.te& Peals lamps 2 step tables. In margollte money down payments 14wk.
1& Sal.. Belp Waited << C.ttarea F.r lent WAREHOUSE space for rent Located with matching cocktail table. In Immediate credit & deliveryor
1J Belp-Ma" it Fe.aIa 4S I"uaIaItK Apt.. at 620 S. Main St. Call the bedroom massive double will hold In storage at no
U X... Help Wanted 4. Unfe2ellhed Apti.rsatIi JOHN MERRILL Realtor. FR dresser with tilting mirror chest Sidewalksmake
n louses for Ecu' ran. 2-1494. 'of drawers & bookcase headboard charge.NATIONAL 'r'fi 'Ii'
tt Fe.... Belp WeatIl .. B..... for lent 1'Dlan.:' with sliding panels for
4, flems fir. Rent $125 MO. your clock radio all done In FURNITURE WAREHOUSE
FARMS ti LIVESTOCK no B.tel B..s NEARLY new modem office or exotic Sahara Mist finish. Second 3422 Beach Blvd. FL f-2S41
:. Eriu EsIpm.st SIIi.e.. Rental.fl location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. bedroom has twin maple Open Daily "', Sat. M. Sun. 12-4
'I J Peed k Fertilizer It.\ Wanted T. Rent Ph. FR 4-2472. Weseman Realty beds. Kitchen has deluxe 7 pc Jacksonville Fla. irk I iJ&U
:1 Lhntecat "nppIIee U B..r'era Wanted 1113 N. Main St. dinette set with formica top

I' ZI Leadeespleg Tsp lea 53 Offlee Desk 8pace3e FOR LEASE 2 warehouses in same table & 6 foam padded chairs. 65 Antique
Pete ..,.11.. 1& Business Jteatala bldg. located 1111 S. Main St. Admiral refrigerator with cross
top freezer. shelves In door &
111J..ek WuWFINANCIAL thedifference.
Can be used for storage or repair -
dairy bar 36" range/WIth oven
SERVICE garage. broiler and storage drawers. ANTIQUE organ for sale. Call
35 x 40 $65 per mo. 372-6310.
;' At Rusineig Opertu1tJe. 22 8eetll $enlesua 30 x 35 $45 per mo. Orig. price $1,019.38
? X..e. .. Lean II line 1..1'.18' To see pick up keyes at Hunt's BALANCE DUE ONLY
; 1& lIertr&6" 24 ladle a rr "nle.I 44" Station or call 3744864.
It )f.n.7 Wanted tS AppUuee h. Faratt ef ___ $267No OWN YOUR
for rent Univ.
Ave. ft Main St. 2nd floor 20c money down S2JO week. Ask
r -- per aq. foot. John Merrill Real- for Brock's furniture In storage .

45 r'unushed Apt*. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. tors. 372-1494. et--
NATIONAL For Information
NOW LEASING In new bldg. retail .
FOR rent 1 BR stores & offices suites. W. I
furnished Park
house. University
In Furniture
2 BEDROOM, mobile home With 0ra9 Located 3M NW Univ. Ave. Call 3722385 for information -
location. On bus line. May
good "*"LAv **S per month. Phone .
be teen by calling 3727018. 7-V690! Warehouse Apts.Box .

56 Business Opportunities 11025Ft. Sidewalks mean safety ..
i FURNISHED apt. on bus line.near J _,
stores churches etc. Private 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 3622 Lauderdale Fla. and only Pine Forest has :-.\-=-- .: .-=-=-_
entrance water turn. S40 ._ca _
GROCERY store for sale. Colored them. Your children can
374-5805. FOR
l per mo. RENT 3 BR 2 barn built-in
kitchen corner lot 2 biks. from business. Good profits. Reason Beach Blvd.Next roller -
41 VEAL nice clean apartment. Fore Metcalfe School & |Ir. 1943 for selling other business. Phone play ,
couple only. Near campus.. 17 NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. FR 4-7231. After 7 p.m. Call So. gate Plaza FL -2M1 a skate, ride their bicycles jp' '
SW 24th St. FR 4-881 FR 2044UWANTED .
Norwoodilope IIi or walk to school .
ROOMY 1 BR living rm.. kitchenette partner with trailer to Jacksonville Florida

private bath & private en fenced back yard.3 211 BR' NW house.7th open chicken box carry out or protected from traffic. ,... .
trance. No pets. Apt. 208 204 will rent. Good set-up. 2 motels.
NE 5th Ave. Phone 372-8855. 8932.Terr. $9S per month. Phone 372- 454-1920. Shadow Lawn Estates I Sidewalks one more -
Custom-buDt homes that look '
best '
BEDROOM furnished garageD 2 BR unfurnished home. Refrlg.. $4.500 cash purchase nice laundry custom.bulJt. If you are tired "H" Inc. i! reason why your
apartment 405 NW 10th St. stove t dinette furnished Ig. business In High Springs. Fla. of homes with that tub-divi home location is Pine '- .
Fl Phone FR $-5921.I fenced back Gross income $7CO per month. eton look sea = -
yard. Close In to We Trade Homes '
FURNISHED 3 bedroom. bath. town. Call after 4 P.M. 3724190. Call Les Jackson, Assoc. Ernest F. D. Oliy.r. Bldr. 1 Forest. S .: -

( Water furnIshed. large yard. For 2 BEDROOM Tew Realty. FR 4-4461 Ph. FK S-08M or Property -
; stove and blinds ,
West en NW SSth Are. past
r working couple. N.W. 31st Ave.and .
furnished. $85 per month. 3425 59 Money Wanted the Glen Springs tatcrieoUon. -.. ,
j ttu Terrace. 3129 N.W. tth .
Terrace. Call FR .-..17. N.W. 4th St. Call FR 4-9879 after Sea alp on left VA. No Money Down -'
S %
I pm. UNIVERSITY Professor needs $3- The following are ready for i L .
f I BEDROOM air conditioned 2 BR. 2 story frame house. front 5.000 for 2nd mortgage Immed-- occupancy. i= (Pay only $100 Closing) ., :

t furnished apartment. New & back porches. 719 SE 2nd iately. Will pay good Interest. 1021 NW 40th Dr. I .
r Apartment Ave. Colonial 111.Manor 1216 Apts.S.W. SI 2nd 15. Ave. $55 per month. Phone FR Write P. O. Box 363-M. Gainesville MCCOY'SMacama 3 BR. 1 Bath $500 dn. j i iii FHA Lowest Down !f ,- -
Sun. 3107 Mo.
4-4755. I!!
I 1 block from campus. Occupancy Homes ji i 5 Payment I .; i. I
by February 25. ,
Pr 3 BEDROOM unfurnished house.
4628 SE 2nd PI. '
j "
1 BEDROOM duplex furnished Nice 5 acres ground under Merchandise Inc. v ?
t 3 BR, 1 bath WOO dn. &t -
-' Call apartment.; FR 6-5112.Water furnished. fence 6-2930.SOS Ask a month.for Mr.FR Haines.62641or For Sale very attractive 3- permo.4527&4SI7SE1stPI.. S141 t / ..

61 Wanted to Buy bedroom. 1-bata home. 4(17 :
MOBILE HOME. air conditioned SMALL frame house unfurnished E. University Ave.; walking i E
swimming pool couples only. 2 Bedrooms. for rent $35 per used condition distance to Lake For e a tSchools. 3 BR, 2 bath, $500 dn. $43 i 00 F
WANTED. In good
Phone 372220.DOWNSTAIRS month. Phone FR 4-7007. Price S12JOO. $500 per mo. ;
6" planer.
14" Band lomter
saw down and $79.50 Month. I I t4/ ;
2 BR unfurnished home. Large 18" |II ig saw. Call C. Monroe per ;
Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr. 1 303 & 313 SE 38th St304&3l4SE39thSt. ..
j jI
I 3 room furnishedapt. lot. Near school. FR 4-9237. 3723434 1 A.M. to 5 P.M. .
Day FR 6-7290. nights FR

only.. no married pets. 416 couples NE 7th St.adults 2 BR. partially -furnished house. WE BUY end sell all kinds of fur 4-5015. Office corner N. Main I ... tJ.
1220 N.W. 21st Ave. Call 3728653. niture stoves refrigerators and 23rd Blvd. BR, 1 bath $500 dn. $44 i 31 '" :
1 MODERN duplex. 2 BR. fenced clothes. radios TV, etc Call mOo j 313131BU31B L "
h yard. Adults. $12. Phone 376- FR 23937. :eo.,;- .
AVAILABLE April 1st. Universityand I ; : ..I'"
I 7883- .
Finley area. 3 BR; Living WANT to buy U.S. & foreign 13 I III fi :;. ,
C 1 BR) living Rm Kit. All utilities -. Rm; dining Rm; Kitchen equip- coins old &.new. Rebel Stamp HOMEBUYERS following are under con- i f I.\ ':'-t .
I. turn. except gas for cookIng ped. $85 mo. FR 4-2693. a. Coin Shop. 80* W. Univ. Ave.. and will be ready i 5I Ii.! ....:.;,...
fll NE 3rd Ave. (Rear). Gainesville, Fla. II I :,. : :
occupancy soon. j .: : .
( S6i per month. Call FR 2-0919. 3 BR. Ig. living rm. and dining .
area. Located In Orange Heights. ii1. ; :. .
64 Household Goods i :.
FURNISHED duplex apt. Clean 2eR. $75 mo If Interested contactC. 3701 NW 21st PI. \ _
kitchen. bath, back porch. O. Blankenshlp, 442-1001 Ala- with 3 BR, 2. bath $750 dn. $ta iJr. : .. __ __ -. ..-
704 SE 4th Ave. ANTIQUE bedroom suite mar .
chua. permo. =
& wash stand .
ble top dresser GUIDEby -
NEW apt. available now. 3 BRIf UNFURNISHED 2 BR house. 2121 modern walnut dropleaf table, 3707 NW 21 tt PI. .
2 baths. also a 1 BR apt. SE 3rd Place. $45 per mOo Phone Ig. mahogany buffet. blonde oak ;
4 2
3T3 NW WH Lane. Phone FR 6- 372-8690. dining table & 5 chairs, walnut The James Co. bath $800 dn. $1071 .
coffee and 2 step end tables. per mo. I
.t. (
$115 Mo. 3 bedrooms. stove & Ref.. twin bookcase bedsteads and .
WANTED 1 girl $10 per week. ort fenced back yard. Immediate other household Items. Nearly The James Co. of Gainesville, 31nmb0mlIWHBIBflBlllllllER! '
: girls $15 per week to share2.Br. occupancy. Address: 1311 NE 14th Nu Furniture Shop 324 NW 8th Inc. Builders of Klngsberry PINE FOREST '
home with young divorcee. Terr. Ph FR 6-2472-Weseman Ave. Phone 374-4892. Homes for this area will be G FOR RENT124SE7thSt. g .? \
Call 485-2735 after 5 pm. Mon. Realty-1113 N. Main St. happy to answer any questionsyou .. J. I
I thru Frl. or anytime week-ends. might have concerning 3BRlBath DIR .
NW BR CCB house stove 1 Models open
2 re- home
FURNISHED 2 BR mobile home. I FOR SALE ownership. You might be 1 Year Leas $100 per Mo.
frig. Quiet I street near schools one of those people that now i1! ECTIONS: Pine i'is con I
private lot. 2227 NW 32nd Place !
avail. Immed. Ph. 2-0431 or 374- owns a home but found that It EnhnhIfflm13n313131nffiamBnmmALL
Fft 6-1110. $60 per month. 4867 after 6 P.M. NEW HOUSENo is now Inadequate, If this Is the veniently corner .

EFFICIENCY/ 732 NE 3rd Ave. UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. down payment. 3 Bedroom, case a call to The James Co. OUR HOMES ARE of N.E. 16th Ave. and :--
All till except gas for cooking Stove & refrigerator. 2414 E. 2 full tile bath. Fla. room. could very well solve your OPEN FOR YOU TO EN-M i
\ & heating turn. $60 mo McKIn- Univ. Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 central heat. Take up payments problems. By this we mean JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF j 31 15th Street. HUGH EDWARDS INC. Ff
riey Green. Inc. FR 23617. after 5:30 P.M. on existing mgr. trading In your present home. YOU WILL 4tUilRELt"1 j ,
3729569E. 1123 SE. i
CLCAN 2 BR. trailer on nice I lot I Is.ten 2419 NE 10th Terr. 3 BR. masonry There ere a number of Questions FR 6-5301 or FR a-798 31 PHONE 372-1551 "North Florida's Largest Builder and Developer"
mar bus line. $65 mo Can be home. cent. heaL Close to that we can answer con- 3131lWllfflIfffflWIlllIlflftftlllu1WHlUlHHlRilIflifijfl
by calling 3727018. I It schools & sM Plng. Ready new. cernlng trading. We feel that ,
Phone' 374-2937 by talking with us you can
$4S*- CLEAN efficiency. pay year C. "CURLY"KUEHN pick e suitable floor plan and
C save more than '4. Private exterior design that will suit
49 Rooms for Rent
I and entrance Beautyrest
bjth JR. your needs. from our many I
mattress. Close in. Also unfur. plans that we keep on hand.A 'From the moment
aithed room $25. Ph. 372-2324. NICE room. close In. Private entrance Homes. Lots. Income. Bus- call to the James Co. will you
all channel antenna. Off bees and Lake Property. all the
get facts about
FURNISHED 1 BR apt. Have to any
street parking. 531 S E. 2nd '
Farms and Acreage
ue to appreciate. See all day$6jnday. Place. FR 22U2. E. C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr. type financing.have any questionsyou first visit office.
or anytime weekdays after 638 N. MAIN ST. might without any our .
heated furnished for obligations on your part.
4 p.m. 412 _NEWt St. SMALL. room
man. 1st floor. Close In. Ph. m S-2032 Broker FR 6-6344
SUMMER special. 1 & 2 Bedroom 3721981. 414 NE 2nd Avenue. We have lots available Inmost
apartments well furnished quiet any section of town for
,location couples only. no pets. you to choose from.
tMO per mo. U J. Moratto. 2505
NW 6th St Phone 2-4957. Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene
Paramore have over 30 year

146 Unfurnished Apt*. combined experience In the I -
.. construction of homes. By careful -
"MARCH the supervision by Jim and L"'itIJL1I
2BR duplex. $50 per month. lo-
Gene. It will enable you as the
ctted on SE 45th Terr. Call homeowner to get more home

FT 22372. Family for your money and certainly

I ZBR. unfurnished Apt. 216 S.E.tfft makes The James Co. construction .- I
St. Kitchen equipped. Mar. to be beyond compare.By .
riM couples. children & petswtlcom. Into A Home
.. $65 mOo Plus utilities. building primarily the
Klngsberry home we feel we
M. U Shea FR 2-4353 or 4-2743
evenings. Before have a great advantage and .
great opportunity for you as 5' B
TWO spacious newly redecorated the purchaser to pick design a.
I at and floor plans that are createdby .
apt* Kitchen equipped. 'ce ? APRIL Showers"SEE
50. 1 at $80. Call 3727458 some of the country's lead-
Ing architects.If .
FIVE rooms and bath downtownarea. .
Water furnished. $60 month. you desire complete Information : S
No pets FR 2-4621 or FR 2-1633. call The James Co. and I.e
we will be happy to come to %% ,%._ 3
47 House for Rent Furn. your home and spend any %
amount o* time necessary to

THREE BEDROOM furnished house YOUR MULTIPLE explain The James Co. systemof

on large lot. 710 N.W. 14th Ave.Near 8 home ownership.

available shopping Mar 1st center.Rent $100 House arponm. LISTING REALTOR We can secure FHA VA and
several different types of conventional
Call 374-2145. financing.Let '

LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom .
houses month or year. Mathew- J. W. Kirkpatrick Realty Ernest Tew, RealtyMcKinneyGreen.Deaton us mention a few of .v--
san Manor. Call 475-281. University Realty the Homes that are either un-
-- der construction or In the
I *QR. nicely furnished" house.Concrete : John Merrill Agency Arnold Realty planning atage.4bedroom. .
V block. Phone 4812178.CAmpevllla. Tom Dobson Agency Dan Byrd Agency -

Fla. $45 month. Wilbur Bishop. Realtor Arch Campbell. RealtorM. 2-fut1 tile baths,

-: FORDYCE- M. Parrish & Associates Red Franks. Real Estate living room family room.
Situated on a lot 100x274'. Thisis -
r Fordyce Associates Ralph Fossey a VA home. By buying now
; lUBR. 2 bath home completely Gladys Smith Realty be decorator.
Warner Weseman you can your own

1 $redecorated.>SO per month.Available Call Mar. 15. 3-be
I FQRDYCE & ASSOCIATES hardwood floors. Situated on a

.. INC. well shaded lot, that Is on a -
W W. Univ. Ave. Phone 374-1234. dead end street. Small down .

t BEDROOM furnished suburban ments.payment. low monthly pay .:- '. '
We Work for satisfactionA
home. Plenty of room. close to your :
school. Available April 1st. S120 BUTLER BROS. 3-bedroom IM baths. terrazzo
I per month. Call FR 2-4957. L. J. floors. Situated on a large
M rano 2505 N.W. 6th St. corner lot. $400 down and less .
than $75 per month. plus taxes
BEDROOM furnished house. 7 1964 Paradeof and insurance. This one ls You're assured of fair courteous service from
Archer Road. Phone 372tt5 -
r J. on to
ready occupy. similar homes
after 12:30 pm. Kirkpatrick & Pierson from the time of the first Compare

GAINESVILLE! Univ.DOORS of FROM Fla. 4-bedroom.large recreation 3-tlled baths room extra den. greeting. And when you purchase a Highland ._ from $12,500 to $17,250. (Prices
1228 SW 2nd Ave. Two-story residence. Home Values conditioned.built-in kitchen Located, completely In one air ofG.inesvlUe'l Court Manor home you know you're getting ;. including built-in Tappan ovens and ranges)

bEll .upsta S student r*. I .rooms-oe INino* double rvrtment finest neighbor. the best quality for the lowest price. All our

downstairs. Income. hoods. house plans are VA and FHA approved for long-
*-. '-1: cove a."e & uti *r.. ,3 & 4 Bedrooms Monthly payments start at $73.59,
Owner out of city. F. A. Ford. We are planning a two-story term low-interest financing and minimum down
Fla. Tel. 787- home with over 2200 Sq. Ft. and insurance.
r" 207. Yalaha. : H.C.M. homes are constructed with including taxes
of living area. The price on payment.
$ Palm View Estates
S this one will amaze you. the knowledge and experience gained from over

We plan to build 14 homes in the hom -build business. Why FHA
Fernwood ManorWestmorland In me NE Gainesville area and 25 years: g All home plans are VA and

C3NEWAUTOMATIC have already picked the floor not visit our sales office and model home to- approved for long-term low interest

Estates plans and exterior design that ? Our friendly salesmen will be happy to ,
day -
Is most suitable for each lot
and low down
show you: around and assist in any way possible. financing payment. -

FHA from $400 Downs We're open this afternoon from :30 'til 6. .

S You get personalized Kirkpatrick .
VA -- Nothing DownAsk Sales Office Located at NE Pierson service and attention-

23rd Blvd. and 11th Terrace even long after the sale!

ONLY ,$45.00 about our paint your own home for Phone 372-3471 -

( Full Price) down payment. For More Information _

Call '" .
<3)) brand ..
We have new ;
Drive 16th Ave. left Model !
west turn at
fully automatic sewingiT1acrIes. on .
: .. My company Home sign on NW 39th Terrace. The : ... :

-Moor planned for small .. ,... ." ;
.:Jept. store that went James Co. .5 t<' !

bankrupt.for $139.00 Priced we will to take sell BUTLER BROS. Builders Of Gainesville, Inc. : ',C : ) ? .-. !

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Builder ef Kififtiberry I S -
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4S.00 a piece ca! orpayments fI 6fr;
I Homes. j
of $5.00 ainonth. : : V *
Fulry! Guaranteed MATT MEADEN. Soles Manager OFFICE PHONE -' < \ ..,"' "z .' ,. :

Call fR.2.2051. for free 372-2527 KIRKPATRICK &, PIERSON BLDRS:

Phone FR 6-9CH8 NIGHTS fir HOLIDAYS l lL
home' demonstration FR29545. or Nights f ._ -- c
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IOC Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 8, 1964 !

I Printed Pattern 10 WINDOWS.66 Misc. For 10 Sale cases. 10 -80 RENT Tractors a truck&oneway Truck anywhere Rentals DODGE DART sedanIncludes 'BOSS GONE'SALE "

screens. 1 door. 1 door screen. RIGHT :
7 Venetian blind Weights 00 OO
with window $45. Ph. FR 4-487. ( Heater) $199 1
83 Motorcycles fir Scooters
( ?: CALORIC gas stove, 3 mos. ow. SPECIAL .AT .
; ., $155. Other Items ol furniture fl>
,, very good condition. Ph. FRXM10L CUSHMAN Husky 1962 new 5-YEAR 50,000-MILE WARRANTYPooleGable
motor a> tires. Excellent condItion

4t z[ ZT factory FACTORY 2-0189.made made folding cabana partition.Call with. 44 see HONDA,at Reasonable.1065 50 NE Sport 13th Call low Place.2-1274 mileage.or ,I. Motors NOW i:j

.... $5NAVOX. console TV. 'good condition. Inquire after 5 (Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) 1
-'priced. Excellent pjn. 2940 NE 10th $t. or call 1-
con n...._ 372-9814 after 4 P.M. II9S.E. lit Ave. 372-4343 1.I I

Floor width. Vegetable dehy
drater. Store door. $<<. Call FR
4033. SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP We finally talked the boss John Hipp into going

SCOTTMAN'S Ice making machine Your car's pep a> power showup F ::;rIll fishing and he'll bo gone Saturday. Sunday & Monday. H.

good condition. See at 2426 SW with a tune-up at BROWN'S NEW 1964 GMC told us to use our,discretion on our entire stock of Used Cars B4G Motor Co. i.
13th St. SERVICE CENTER.Guaranteed We're ready to deal and we can save you even more
recapping & wheel alignment. money while the boss is gone! NO REASONABLE OFFER
809 N. Main. FR 6-4310.
70 Boats-AariM .1(,. PICKUP TRUCKS REFUSED -

85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE And During These 3,Days, We Will Give You GET A LATE-MODEL CADILLAC,

( )Z Nplb 17 FT. Span American with 85 h.p. 50 GALLONS OLDSMOBILE OR OTHER FINE ;
Mercury. Tilt trailer. Motor In BUICK 1961 Special 4-door Sedan. I FREE i
excellent condition. Boat has Straight shift w/w $1295. High OF GAS! CAR AT THEIRBIG
y! Bmnlni top. cruise tanks. Ride allowance for your old car. FR $1768 tS

guide pressure steering gauge.amp.Marine and horns water", 4-4009. This Offer Not Good After Mon., 9 P.M.

I railing and compass. WILL BUICK for sale 1963. Will consider HERE IS JUST A FEW OF OUR OFFERINGS
trade. See at 3129 NW 11th
DEAL. FR 4-2085 or FR 24755.r
St. after 4: p.m. or week-ends. THIS WEEK r
BUICK 1956 dean 2 door hard-
55 HP Homelite motor. Murray
trailer, completely equipped. 5 top. Call after 4 p.m. FR 4-4155. LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTSI

months old. $1995. FR 2-3742. BUICK 1959 LeSabre Sports I 1
.J OWNER 16 ft. Regal Royal overnighter Coupe R&H, PS &PBWW. '59 Ford '59 Vauxhall
with head. $370. Phone excellent cond. Two new tires.
Clean inside, $990. 372-5062. Tropical PontiacGMC
372-1150 today. Gataxle 2-door hardtop. The Station wagon. This one
12 FT. aluminum boat. trailer & CADILLAC 1962 convertible, beautifuL finish Is tu-tOM blue and Is Mack and the Interior Is \
Scott motor. Will take good Completely equipped. Leather the car Is equipped with red leather. It also has :
refrigerator or freezer hi trade. Interior. $500 for my equity Truck Center V-a engine, automatic trans heater. CLEARANCEa
4541920. and assume payments. FR mission, power steering, 1
4-8026. 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582 radio and heater. $
72 Office Equipment CHEVROLET 1958 wagon 4 dr. !
You can buy this for only $8 1 :
a week. Call Bill 372- 49. H H H ,
ARTISTS and draftsmen. Complete Motors. I

selection artistic supplies of quality at artist Chestnut's and CHEVROLET 1956. 4 dr. This car '57 Willys 63 CONVERTIBLE .................... $5295 )"'
9316 Co. 106 W. Is going for only $8 a week.
Office Equipment r
CLEANESTCHEAPESTCARS 54 Ford Factory air. Like new, boss's car listed for about
University Ave.. In downtown Call Bill m- 49. H H Station 6 cylinder
SIZES 10-18' Gainesville Fla. Motors. engine, overdrive, radio & $7000. Factory warranty, 7,000 actual miles.
-- Vt ton pickup V-l engine heater. The has mud
CHRYSLER 1955 4 dr. air conditioning wagon 62 SEDAN DE VILLE ..... $3995
.. ..
73 Musical MerchandiseOLD low mileage. 1 owner, and good tires. Make good grips| on rear and 2-tone

lnt lffe..iMt 11Tr..e deceased. Phone 20189. 57 OLDS ........................ $6.00 wk. .one.Inexpensive truck for some- green and Ivory paint. Factory air. Fully equipped. Low mileage. Outstanding.

7 switches Accordion, ,cost 120 $500 bass I still weeks has CORVAIR or trade. MONZA Trade for 1963 older for car sale or 56 FORD, cony. ............ $7.50 wk. $495 !HI l' 62 FLEETWOOD .... ............ $4295Sedan.

I When you're busy, busy, busy guarantee $150 or best cash offer $150 down and take up pay 245 Factory air. Local one owner, low mileage. For
nothing beats the comfort and Immediately. Write Box 357. ments. Call 374-8991 after 57 BUICK .......................... $8.00 wk. | those who want the finest. Listed for about $7500. '
good looks of a shlfll Newest version M, Gainesville Sun. p.m. or week-ends.
,: look with Its coO 60 LARK ........................ $8.00 wk. I I
sports a shirt 61 COUPE
casual collar and tab front. Swiftto USED SPINET PIANO FORD, 1956 Customline 2 dr. Ford I .......................... ..... $3095
sewl BALDWIN SPINET, WALNUT I one With owner 44 tag., green Phone radio FR heater.22532. 57 DODGE, wagon, 9-pass. $7.00 wk. 55 Factory air. Beautiful condition. Rose & white., Very

Printed Pattern 314: Misses' FINISH. SLIGHTLY USED. 2501 SE 11th Ave. 57 FORD, wagon ................ $6.00 wk. Custom line 2-door sedan attractive rose interior. \

Sizes 10. 12. 14. 16. 18. Sizes 16 $465. FORD GAlAXIE. 1959 2 dr. Wilf Ford-O-Matlc radio heater 60 SEDAN DE VILLE ................ $2795
takes 3V4 yds. 39-Inch. GRIDLEY MUSIC CO. trade for older car, or $150 55 MERCURY......... .... 56.00 wk. and good tires. This car
FR 2-5353. down and take up payments. runs good and has new Factory air. Immaculate Low mileage. Exceptionallynice.
Call FR 2-5987. 4-7 pjn. 58 CHEVROLET .............:.. $8.00 wk. tag. .
Thirty-five cents In coins for this

pattern-add for first-class 15 cents for mailing each pattern and Christmas Savings Left overs.to All 30 FORD GALAXIE transmission 1959, 4 radio dr. Automatic and 56 CHEVROLET ................ $8.00 wk. $395 59 SEDAN DE VILLE ................ $2095 "

special handling. Send to Marian new per cent.organs.Earl's Piano up Co. heater. Small equity take up Factory air. Fully equipped. 325 horsepower. The 59
Martin. Gainesville Sun. Pattern York 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 payments. James Marable 2215 COLEMAN MotorsOpen has earned the reputation of being an exceptionally 1
Dept. 232 West 18th SU New S.E. 9th Place. 376-0460. After r '
11. N. Y. Print plainly NAME. SPINET piano mahogany finish 5:30 PJUUMERCURY fine car.
ADDRESS with ZONE SIZE and excellent condition. Priced to 58 Ford
STYLE NUMBER. sell. Call 374-4144. 1957 must sell 4 dr 'til 8 ; I 58 SEDAN DE VILLE ............ $1295

YOUR FREE PATTERN IS tires.H.T. Radio Must and see heater.to appreciate.Best S good. 302 NW 8th AVENUE FR 6-1451 Ranchwagon equipped with Factory air attractive white & light blue. 1
It from 250 design Automotive offer. Phone 47449. V-8 engine. For -Matic.
READY Ideas- In new SPRINGSUMMER radio heater and power 57 FLEETWOOD ................ .... $895
MERCURY. 1956. 4 dr. hardtop steering. The car Is tu-
Pattern Catalog, lust out! loaded with extras for $8 a week. tone blue S. Ivory and Is In Factory air, sharp classic black.OLDSMOBILE.
Dresses sportswear, coats, morel 77 Mobile Homes for Sale Call Bill 372-3749. H & H Motors. good condition. Also has new
Send Soc now. I w.'-r:.,. tag.
MGA good condition, R, H. wire w-
40MODELS w tires. Toneau luggage rack.
66 Misc. For Sal $800 or best offer. Ernie Wild, SHOPPING FORA 595
FR 4-2521 after 5 p.m. R. A. "Friendly Bob" 64 CUTLASS HTOP COUPE .... $3495

repossessed. 1 ON DISPLAY TO' CHOOSE OLDSMOBILE, 1958 convertible, white bucket 5.000
FLOOR samples Adams Factory air, power steering seats.
excellent mechanical condition;
Firestone 12 h.p. outboard SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. clean. $775. Call Butch actual miles. Factory warranted. Listed for about $3900.
very USED CAR? '
motor iW'5; 1 Phllco 12.3 cu. 58 Ford
ft. refrigerator. S1W.M 1 Phil. TRAILER MARTHwy. Wooten. 3764942. 64 CUTLASS SPORTS COUPE $3095
co port. T-V with stand. S1'5; PONTIAC 1955 two tone paint
25-42-plece drill sets. S12.9S ea. OPEN 17.WEEKDAYS Phone 328-1050 loaded with extras for $8 a Falrlane 2-dr. sedan Ford-this 290 horsepower. Bucket seats, power steering & brakes.

I Ave.Firestone Stores 304 W. Univ- UNTIL 9 o.m. Motors.week. Call Bill 372-3749. H & H "-xr t; car O-Matlc has transmission V-8 engine., radio 3,300 miles, factory warranted.

SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 a,' ? The heater car, and runs white and drives walls. 63 DYNAMIC ........................ $2995
WHOLESALE prices on quality fur RENAULT Dauphine 1961. Black r
niture: Walnut mirrors S10 & PALATKA. i WSW tires excellent condition. Start here: :---good and has a new tag. 88 sedan. Factory air power steering. Cruise control.
$25; Sealy innerspring double bed SHOWING $575. Phone 3728869. 1
$90; beige hospital bed, adlust- 1964 MOBILE HOMES 595 I 62 OLDS ......... ........... ......... $2895
X 3 bedrooms all Flow RENAULT FOR SALE 1960 very 43 VW, Sedan
able height $140 34 two drawer and turquoise.
Plans. Terms tailored to meet good condition, $300. Come by to 98 Htop sedan. Factory air. Fully equipped. Tops In
10,966 actual miles. Immaculate
bulletin 116 SW 40th St. or call
your budget. Drive a little and see quality luxury.
drawer desk $65 10" wide x r save a lot at 372-3143. S154S i
green matchstkk traverse dra CONNOLLYMobile SPRITE. 1961. Tonneau cover, 62 VW Sedan turquoise. x '58 Chev 62 DYNAMIC ........................ $2595
pery $25; 4x4 heavy cotton pile Home Sales, Inc.I convertible top side windows excellent Whitewall tires. Exceptionally 88 station Power steering & brakes. Low mile-
rugs $12.50; walnut bedtray with Miles North on U. S. 441 body, top mechanical. 40 clean S1J9S wagon.
reading shelf $25; Chlldcraft dresser Phone 622-8164 miles to gal. A clean car. Reasonable VW, Delray 2-drr. sedan, clean as age. Roomy & powerful.
45" x 16" $85 X 12 ta- Closed Sundays 1 price. During day FR 61 Sedan Sunroof, pastel a pin and has a new tag.
taml floor mats $12.50. Gaddum TWO bedroom house trailer. S900 4-3211, ext. 5629; after 5:30, blue white wall tires, radio x" The car has cylinder engine 62 DYNAMIC .................... ....$2595
Interiors, 12 NW 3rd Ave. FR 2.Q9SoSTUDEBAKER $1138 t standard transmission,
one bedroom house trailer $750 .r seat 88 sedan. Factory air & power steering.
heater and new cow
FOR SALE 2 window air condItioners Can be rented. Phone 376-8234 1953. 62 VW, Karmann Ghla, convertible ;
1 dishwasher, 1 window Monday to Friday 9 to S. 61 motor. In Sports excellent Coupe running ruby red, whitewall & ers. 61 HTOP COUPE .................... $2195
fan 1 upright piano. Phone 374- OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a condition. Phone 372-5123. tires radio lIltS I I Leon "LL" I 98 model. Sporkling white. Factory air. Loaded.
( 0414. little to save a lot. Below mar 695
60 FALCON ...... S79S
J ELECTROLUX floor. polisher, r like ,o ket* ,Sales clean.1 fit.Lake 100.-GenevaTra14r' SE Keystone .,4 mos., old; new condition 60 OPEL, wagon .... $69 Stanley 61 SUPER ................................ $1995 1M
new sold over STOO. now S69. Hts, Fla. radio. heater, 50 h.p. motor. il VW Station Wagon, excel- 88 htop sedan. Power steering. Immaculate interior.
GE vacuum automatic cord SZ300. Phone 376-4960. M"

3995.rewlnder.25 Sold assorted new J6t.vacuums S, now WYATTTrailer VOLKSWAGEN 1957 pick up 61 lent Pickup condition.. $1391$1 09* '57 Buick i 160 HTOP ................................ $1695Sedan.

$25 up. The Kirby Co. 712 N. truck $350. 1806 NW 38th Terr. 98. Factory air. Loaded.
Main FR 6-7110. Phone 372-0481 for appt to drive. 4-dr. hardtop. This Is the
Finish Here cleanest 1957 Buick In town. 59 SUPER ............. .. ............ $1095
VOLKSWAGEN 1963 roof deluxe :
FOR sale. Crib and mattress. Price SalesHome sun -
$10. Call FR e-2900 anytime. R 81 H w/w, 1X000 miles. av, "- The car transmission Is equipped with power automatic 88 htop sedan. Power steering.

THE BEST costs less. Unrivaled Pacemaker Mobile of Homes old$1495.car.High FR 4-4009.allowance on your y0 , service. Your Philgas Distributor. Shasta and Airstream lti new tag.
88. Air conditioner. Power steering.
Inc. 3765392. 957 CADILLAC, Sedan deVille 4-
Fullgas Travel Trailers
NEW 100 foot roll 4 foot high Ocata's Dealer First- Since Mobile 1948 Home dr.cluding hardtop.factory fully"air.' equipped cream puff.In- MILLER-BROWN Fs -' 695 i HDiOi 57 SEDAN ............................ $395
fence $18.00. $750. 372-0481 for appt. to see.
2x4 galvanized 1923 Sliver Springs Blvd. 88. Factory air.
1030 E. Ave. &U
FR 22481. University Q S
Phone n i Phone 429-1358
SINGER Slant-o-matlc. late modelIn Ooala. Fla. BRING Superior out Auto the best painting In your& body car. vault 56 HTOP .................................... $495

walnut console $1". Would 58 GREAT Lakes for sale excellent work. Fast dependable service; FR 2-3582 '55 Pontiac Sedan. Factory air, full power. One owner. Low mileage.
like responsible party to pay $10 condition. Phone 372-6400 free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'SBODY
WORKS. 2031 NW 4th St. %seq
monthly 376-0290. after 4 P.M.
FR 4-9707. R Star Chief. 4-dr. sedan, the BUICK
SPECIAL FIRST quality mobile home 1962 x y'S 4. car Is equipped with V-8 engine
Schult 50 x l S 9 automatic transmission

3 new automatic ZIG ZAG sewing kitchen excellent condition $3.600. Air radio conditioned& heater auto.three trans.seats, :"If > r -:-s power steering radio. 63 ELECTRA ............ ........ ....$3695
Trailer and heater. This finish Is
machines. While last
$42. Terms $6 month.they 115 W. Park. :3723883.McMURRAY white side walls,old.4,000$100 miles black and It has a very 225 htop sedan, factory air, full power, white.
less than 5 mos. cash
University Ave. 3761075. Mobile Home Sales. take up payments. Call 372- INVENTORYCLEARANCE I I W. A. "Little Billy" good set of tires. 57 SUPER ................................ $495
8-10 wide. 1 or 2 BR used lake 8171 I to 5-372-5738 after SPUN.
GE automatic range perfect con i sedan. One 36.430 miles.CHEVROLET .
house trailers from 11.295. 1 Tutca 5475 Htop owner
dition. You must see It. $40. or i
Phone 3763520. office Trailer for rent or sale. '61 IMPALA convertible. Excellent I 1
3 mL So. of Starke on 301. 964- cond. '51 CHEVROLET.Good .
BARBIE TYPE doll clothes, prioed 0571. Greene Oaks Restaurant. condition. 376-3112 after 6
lower than commercial a
others made on request. 372-6512. WILL Sell equity In 2 bedroom p.m. I I '
1004 NE Sill Ave. 10x45 New Moon trailer for $300. V.W. convertible. New top new 59 Plymouth 63 MONZA .... .................... $1995

I METAL STORM/FALLOUT Call FR 41444.SAVE tag$1145.; new Call floor FR 2-8949 mats after throughout.4 pjn. I '56 Ford Fury 4-dr. hardtop, this Coupe. White, bucket seats auto trans.

t SHELTER $1.000 Save Many Dollars on these: car Is equipped with auto- 61 CORVAIR ............................ $1095
64 10x50 ARMOR $3,645Town FOR SALE BY OWNER. 1962 Continental I Victoria 2-dr. hardtop. E- matte transmission. power
LIST SUOO. NOW $700. SWAP. Si Country Trailer Sales Sedan fully equipped [quipped with V-. engine steering, power brakes re- Sedan radio heater, auto trans.

FR 4-2377 ANYTIME 3860 SW Archer Rd. 20.000 Oct.miles.or Factory 50.000 miles.guaranteeuntil $ ,- 63 Rambler4dr 63 RamblerClassic dio.standard heater transmission also has a, new radlo The. heater finish and Is white red walls with 60 STATION WAGON ............ $1295

1 CRAFTSMAN Radii Arm saw, ELCAR. air Private conditioned with Reasonably heatpump. 000. Phone 374280 or 376-4776. Classic '660 station wagon, 4-dr 'MO', automatic |tag. matching Interior. 6 with standard shift.
with several attachments $125. owner. automatic, heater Individual air conditioned, heater, power
1 3 Rm. camping tent, new, still priced. Call 372-6538. 85-1 Automobiles Wanted reclining seats. Very, very low steering like new In and out. 345 795 59 IMPALA ........................ $1095Htop
In box. See all day Sunday or 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE mileage. NEWT $2395 sedan. V-8. Power steering.
weekdays after 4 pjn. 412 NE WANTED, 1950 thru 1954 Fords
Otis st. and Chevrolet See at Herndon $2495 58 IMPALA. ... 0 ...... .................. $745 +)

3 YR. NORGE rang with top 1957 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van- Service. Station, 914 S. E. grill. $50. Call 372-4281 after 5:00 type truck. Has been serviced 62 Chevrolet 62 Rambler4dr I '56 Chrysler 57 Ford
P.M. or all Sunday P.M. completely en monthly sched-
ule. STOO. FR 2-8461. 4-dr Bel-Air, automatic, radio, Custom, automatic radio V-8 engine FORD
2 '57 ENG. FORD. one running !Windsor 4-dr. one of the Ranch Wagon.
Individual .
heater heater reclining
power steering a extra
1963 HEAVY duty Ford. econ. van. BUY YOUR standard
1-4 tip riding lawn mower; 1 nice carl seats Extra extra nice.!< :leanest old cars we TMpaint..

1 150 Kenmore Its. freezer washer.3765743.1.2 dr. Ref. $1775.p.m. 2911 Phone NE FR 11th 2-2534 Terr.after 5:30 MOBILE HOME $1895 $1395 lever i all original had. The paint car and has In- heater This Is and reasonably transportstenor. 64 COMET ..............,............... SOLD!

From the WORLD'SLARGEST Fully equipped and tion and priced. Station wagon. Air conditioner & power steering. Tinted
MAHOGANY twin bed suite dress
er chest & mirror Washing MOBILE HOMES DEALER 62 RAMBLERCUstom 1 ready to go. glass, electric rear window. Leu than 700 actual miles.

Vlctrola.machine cedar 376-1531.chest bookcase FEDERAL QUALITY Southern Mobile 4-dr. Sedan automatic 60 Chevrolet i 5495 Foctory warranted.
I 695
DINETTE, table win chairs. 1 MI. N. on 441at Homes Brokers Inc. radio, power i heater steering.air Individual conditioned f-passenger station wagon, automatic 63 FALCON ............................ $1895Station

Modern hardwood table with City Limit Sig. 2200 South Dixie HighwayPh. reclining seats A beautiful radio. heater low mileage I_ wagon. 6 cylinder, radio, heater, standard shift.
Formica top. $20 376-7366. CALL 372-5113 carl NIcel I '
629-4818 57 Plymouth Less than 28,000 miles.

GE condition stove ," both refrigerator$125. Phone excellent 372- FOR WE ANYTHING TRADE Ocala Florida $1695 $1395 '57' Ford j-dr. hardtop, the car has 62 FALCON .................... .... $1545Deluxe

S50$. automatic transmission Station 6 cylinder radio heater auto
Convertible. This Is a sharp V-S engine wogon. ,
car and In good condition. heater and white trans., luggage rock. 26,100 miles.
S 62 RAMBLER The car Is equipped with will tires.
60 Rambler V-8 engine automatic transmission 61 FORD ................................ $1495Station

NEW /1rrTrL; radio Americas eater 4-dr, as station extra waxom nice 4-dr, automatic, radio heater, 'finish ,Is radio green heater.and Ivory The $3 4 5 wagon, roomy. V8.CHRYSLER.

bujl>> air com* clean Inside and out. I with matching Interior.

I. $1345 $995

CAR $695

H 62 NEWPORT .... ................ $2395Htop

62 FORD 59 BUICKLaSabre sedan. Factory air, power steering & broke

t il I SALE! Late model ralrUne 500 Venfiae. 21,000 miles.

I .power automatic cteertnj traMmiat radio* steerInG. 4-dr.brakes.Automatic air conditioned. power "()Yer 65 more to choose From" 62 CROWN IMPERIAL ............ $3195Htop

heater. 22.000 bones mUea. An extra clean ear. sedan. Factory air. cruise control. Tremendous savings -

We are quoting the lowest priced American built car. $1695 $1095 on Chrysler's finest line.

WE SELL TO 60 VALIANT SEDAN ................ $795

j 6 with heater & auto trans. 41,000 miles, clean, solid
1964 RAMBLER 2-dr. $1163 61 RAMBLER 60 FALCON SELL AGAINNO { condition.

i\ Sedan Oaaale transaiadoa.4-dr aedaa.beater.standard Extra: Ranchere. Extra dean.. ( REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED) 53 DESOTA ......... .................. $295
clean. Sedan. V8. Power steering. Very clean. Excellent

Delivered! With or Without o Trade NOT A STRIPPED MODEL I $995 $795 transportation.



Equipped with high Salf-aditutu. brake Fuel pump and tank BONNEVILLE ............ .-n. $2695Htop
fuel economy. with bonded linings filter
Advanced unit Powr-Gard 24 battery A.H Smog Engine Filter I 53 NASH $21 Mo. 57 Plym $29 mo. sedan. Factory air. power steering electric win-
constructionCurved Directional signals Automatic choke Uk stew! Original paint dows. Solid leatherette upholstery.

t side window Engine oil filter Dow-Gard cooling 58 Vauxhall $15 mo. AUTO
Deep-dip rust proofing 4,000-mile engine .... system
t Baked enamel finish change sMtoul interval 2 Ana rests 58 PLYM. $32 Mo. 58 Rambler $32 mo.
Ceramic armored 33OOO.iIe or 3-,.. 2 San visor ,I H
Station Wagon.
f M muffler and tail pipes labInterval Foam cushion I; MOTOCADILLAC

!I Coil spring seats No drain transmission 2 Windshield wipers Station 57 CHEV.Wagon. $29. Mo. 58 Ford $34 mo. SALES H % a
Double safety brake and rear axle lube 2 Seat belts

i 56 RAMB. $26 Mo. 55 CHEV. $29 Mo.


Across From Shopping Center USED CARS: 2001 N.W. 13th St.

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.M. IN Powerglide transmission
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To wall tires. Solid black finish. $
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.t r r Automobiles ii, 59 CHEVROLET4dr
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63 T-BIRD ,New Loaded.; $3995 Right \ FilrUr 500 J-dr,equIpped i,
1rr.: Buy a, mission V4 engine POWer ForO-M steering.ttc he WIttl$2 9 5
62 HEY #&,?: ps, .. $1499 150 NEW CAR & # This Finished car Is In ready attractive to got tight .

E E : User 61 COR V AIR pickup Rampside... $1099

r- 60 SUNBEAM &:: .. $1299 TRUCK SALES IN .S
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58 YOLKS $695
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, r To 52 CHtV Transportation .. !$135

. rw Person 63 (HE". &: : Coupe, &,H. $2745 MARCHWe PRICEREDUCTIONSALE
r Go'06' 500, 2dr.
i r 63 FORD hardtop, PS, auto. $2395
must sell 150 new cars and trucks to win our
rw WantAds 63 CHEV. Impala, #> $2895
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w r- 62 T-AIRD-Fully! ,equipped new tires $2895 and more arriving every day. Come in and get the !

62 FORD-4-dr.PS Golaxie, R6H 500. $1595 deal of your life.
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r r ir /2 Ton pickup. Equipped with V-8 engine. Solid block finish. Let
w SPECIAL! this dependable truck go to work for you today!
. : Lines 52 CHEVROLET, cony., automatic PS UNIVERSITYUniversily
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rr /-ton pickup. 6-cylinder engine, heater, dark green finish. Yes,
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.r- 62 VALIANT:;';; heater-" $1295

',TR-3, just 59 CHEVROLET $7954dr
E Pays 62 TRIUMPH like new $1795 .
r ar Impala 4.dr. sedan Station wagon:: Equippecf'with".V-5 engine;"fraafd J: heater,
M 62 CHEV R6H, auto., PS $2095 powerglide transmission, beautiful bronze finish. A real fine car
at a price you can easily afford!
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E 62 TRIUMPH like new $1795
ir Impala 4dr. sedan 61 FORD $11952dr.
62 (HEV R6H,auto., PS ..: $2095
-- V-8 engine, radio, heater, Ford-O-Matlc trans., tutone
r- A'r Chevrolet'sHigh light blue and white finish. White wall tires. For this sale reducedto
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---r Volume Low 61 FALCON $845

r r- 62 CORVAIR teS-;:: $1695 4-dr radio heater tutone white over red finish. Yes you see
right only:
r- 61 1 BUICK au. o.PS.PBR&H$189561CORYAIR Prices and Low Trade I

r 61 OLDS-98'. h'dtop., AT, 5 62 FORD $18454dr
A/C, PI, R6H
r- 500XL hardtop 390 cu. in. engine u Jio:; heater Cruise-O-
I 700 94.rlw$119561CORVEnElr' Differences Save YouMONEY Matic transmission solid white finish with white wall tires. Get
I rr this sports minded car for only:
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1 rr 62 FORD $1545
: Foirlaine 500 4-dr. V-8 engine radio heater Ford-0-Matic
I 63 FORD Gal. 500.4-dr.. PS. S new tires. transmission plus it's air conditioned. Solid white finish with white
'2199 wall tires. For this sale only,reduced to:
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: -TIME 61 MER--1-dr.: hardtop. r 1695 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
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E= FR Courtesy 2.1411 Of 61 FALCON i:=:;; radio. $1195 00
: Unlvtnity Ch m>l.t AsW$1 5 12-MONTH
rM N.M lSt.atUHiAv 61 MERC V/A7ctTHPS: 5 $1795 SERVICE PLAN

r 1 -E GAINESVILLE FORD #rAc00&HAT! : $1495 Down LOW DOWN

= Lancer 2-dr.htp., G PAYMENT
= 1007 N. Mal St. auto., R&H .... $1145 d 4 v EASY TERMS

-= Northcentral PkoM FR 2.6111 Florida'I 60 FIAT Spider ......... $1095 OR ea wA aA

. =.-.. Independent LorOMt-Dealer 60 (HEY. ;C;;,Rz? .... $1599 3999 Per MonthWith

r r-r 60 Y war :....... $1395.; I Vs Down 60 FORD $995Station

+; r r YOURCHOICE 60 T-BIRD :UJPM ..... $1995 Wagon 4-drV-8 engine radio heater, Ford-O-Matic
w transmission, light blue finish.: Now you can have this beautiful
-r rI 60 FALCON ::::,TOT $1195 OR dependable; station wagon for:

I 60 MERC Jftrt' .,. A/C.. $1395 NO PAYMENTS UNTIL AUGUSTWith 61 OLDSMOBILE $1595

:3 Q{CHEV ...... $2595 I 60 (HEY. Impala ps, R6H 4-dr., clean AT $1595 1/3 Down F-85, deluxe 4-dr, fully equipped including Hydromatic transmission
: 163 LINCOLN .... $5500 I > No Payments ,Until March 1965 radio heater, air conditioning. Attractive tutone bronze and
162 CORVAIR .. $1295 59CHEV.s5n&vS r:. $745 white finish.White wall tires too!
:: 62 COMET .. $1495 With 1/2 Down
(S =- 61 62.CHEV FALCON......... $1395$1695 r j 59 BUICK-t&S-r: : $1095
.. 61 COMET .... $1295 'I 62 FORD $1745
", = 61 FALCON .... $995 59 TRIUMPH TK? $1195
61 MERCURY .. $1395 wr i Galaxie 500.4-dr,V-8 engine radio,heater power steering.Cruise,
=_ 61 RAMBLER ...... $1395 58 FIAT Spyder need rsr O-Matic transmission, tutone white over blue finish. White wal'
60 COMET $1095 work, ; $299 UNIVERSITYCHEVROLET tires.
60 $1295
: 59 BUICK $1295| 57 FORD.&
t : 59 CADILLAC.,. $1995 C1 ....... $49554PLYMOUiHry
I 1 r 59 CHEY0... $995 60 RAMBLER $945
: 59 PLYMOUTH $595 : =:r $295
I, : 58 57 DODGE ....... .$645 4-dr.V-8 Engine, heater, power steering, automatic transmission
I r MERCURY $395 solid white finish. Yes it reduced to only:
: 57 OLDS ..,... $595
57' CHEV ,. ..
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I i CHRYSLER .., Motors
J57 $695 Barkley
k : 153 MERCURY.'.. $225
Gainesville's Largest Volume. Dealer SHAW & KEETER"Your

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