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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 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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I Heavy fighting resumed todayin r r Indians Stake
the port town of Ktima on the Still On
west coast of Cyprus shattering -
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and a surging weekend mobs.of skirmishes Ff The Fence Claim to AlcatrazSAN


The Greek Cypriot govern- CONCORD, N.H. (AP) A
ment said its forces had cloud of indecision which could FRANCISCO (AP-Five Sioux Indians who landed on Alcatraz -
launched an all-out attack and have a telling effect on the and staked claims to the island site of the abandoned fed-
that the Turkish Cypriots were choice of the Republican presi- eral prison said Sunday night that they withdrew under threat by
in retreat. A Greek police offi- dential nominee hung heavily the angered warden in charge of a six-man caretaker garrison.
cer said his men would have the today over the outcome of Tues "But we achieved our purpose-staking out our claim" said their
predominantly Greek town under day's New Hampshire primary. leader, Allen Cottier 42, of San Leandro Calif. He is presidentof
control by noon. the San Francisco Bay area branch of the American Indian
There was widespread evidence -
A British commander and a Council.
that significant numberof
a
U.N. official were reported who will to Warden Richard Willard said, "I told their attorney, "If anything
pinned by Turkish fire in Republicans go happens and of '
a the to mark any my people get scratched up that's a felony.
Greek Cypriot police station.A polls Tuesday one I asked them again to leave and they did."
British spokesman said the of the more complex ballots in The Indians were on the rock about four hours.

, Turks had agreed to a truce, Among the delegation this morning that met governor candidate Fred O. (Bud) presidential preference primary Leighton explained that the Alcatraz invasion was a protest
t but the Greeks had refused. Dickinson at the airport with his "Sunshine Express" campaign bus were State Sen. J. history still are debating against the 47 cents an acre awarded as a settlement by the gov-
[ Indian Lt. Gen. Prem Singh Emory (Red) Cross left, University student body President Ken Kennedy, second their choice. ernment for land taken from California Indians.He .
Gyani commander of the pro- from right, and local Dickinson chairman Howard Hall, right. Dickinson, second from This highlighted an invitationfor said the claims to the 20-acre rock with 12 usable acres were
posed U.N. police force arranged left, spent the day here campaigning. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis.) upsets in a contest which staked under terms of an J868 treaty which allowed nonreservation -
an urgent meeting with Sen. Barry Goldwater, R-Ariz., Indians to file for up to 40 acres of government land "not
President Makarios and then once was supposed to win handily used for a specific purpose."

planned to fly by helicopter to Dickinson Here in a battle with New York Cecil Poole, U.S. district attorney, disputed the contention by
/I the battle area.Government Politicking Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller. the Indians and the attorney that the island had reverted to un
sources said the Though Rockefeller and Gold- appropriated land.
Turks opened fire at dawn with- water seemed likely to pace the "Alcatraz is not abandoned," declared Poole. "It is being main-
out provocation from a minaret GrowthWHERE field of five official and two tained."
towering over the marketplace Pledges University write-in entries, partisans I

A Greek Cypriot govern- thought that Henry Cabot
ment spokesman in Nicosia said Lodge, U. S. ambassador to
By JEAN CARVER Dickinson were State Sen. J.
the"all-out government retaliated withan Sun Staff Writer Emory (Red) Cross and sever- South Viet Nam, might come LBJ Calls for Job
attempt by security
Governor hopeful Fred 0. al members of the local Dickinson up to challenge them.
i, forces to improve law and or- (Bud) Dickinson began a day of finance steering committee Lodge and former Vice Pres-

der. campaigning here today with a including Leo Thomas R. Curb Cuban ident Richard M. Nixon the
Telephone communications to promise of higher salaries for L. Henderson Harold Gertner, 1960 presidential nominee, were Training
the embattled town were out, ProgramWASHINGTON
in write-in cam-
University of Florida faculty Charles Brooking Sinclair Eaton represented

(See CYPRUS on Page 2)) continued development of the V. Q. McCoy Jr. and Carl Exiles to Fla.'Dickinson paigns. If these were successfulin -
College of Medicine and addi- Brice. gaining a substantial shareof APPresi) He asked Congress to enact
tional for the UF. Dickinson and his will the nearly 100,000 Republican -
appropriations party dent Johnson called on the na- pending legislation dealing with
Rights Fate The former state senator from be in Ocala tonight.In votes expected to be cast tion today to mobilize and upgrade youth unemployment education
West Palm Beach said if elect- a Sun interview, Dickinson it could project them forcefully its manpower skills in a extension of labor laws to in-
ed, he will make an effort to outlined some of his campaign Immediate federal action to (See ELECTION on Page 2)) major effort to wipe out grimly clude more workers and increased -
III Senate develop the U n i v e r sity's program views: get Cuban refugees "off the persistent unemployment. and broadened unemployment -
that includes the new EDUCATION Expand and economic back of Florida" insurance.
was LB J Wants "Overcoming that unemployment -
branch at Cape Kennedy.He improve the University of Flor- advocated here today by gover- is the greatest immediate
Uncertain said he would seek assistance ida the first university .
as great nor candidate Fred O. (Bud) manpower challenge before us"
S from the National Aeronautical the home base for highereducation .DickinSon., Lowered Johnson said in asking Congressfor Still Hunt
WASHINGTON (AP) The and Space Administration. in Florida.
I In an interview with The Sun, a broad range of legislationto
I Senate begins its historic civil JUNIOR COLLEGES the former West Palm Beach create jobs and train work-
rights debate today with few Dickinson listed education as Strongly favor the junior college state senator said if elected he Draft Age Man Blamed
members howor the primary issue in the current program particularly empha-
j willing to predict will call for immediate action by ers.The federal government can-
when it will end. governor's race."Education sizing vocational education programs
the federal government for state WASHINGTON (AP) Pres- alone Johnson For
The which e x c e p t for pre- in junior colleges rather not do the job WreckBy
10-point measure, _sovereignty to ban Cubans from
.\ and order is univer- ident Johnson will ask Congressto said in his annual manpower
four
cleared the House 290-130 four serving peace than the year coming to the state. ,
l weeks and has President Florida's greatest state responsibility sities to take much of the lower the draft age from 18 report to Congress. HAROLD RUMMEL
Johnson's ago firm ," Dickinson said. "Underthe load off the universities the "This will involve the federal to 17 to give his "war on pov- Calling on business, labor and Sun Staff Writer

sents a broad attempt support to repre-ad- D i c k i nson administration, first two years.TEACHER government and bring this to a erty" a chance to aid needy state and local governments to The driver of a car that killed
lead- head and give us a chance to youngsters a year earlier, an "ac
vance the rights of Negroes. Florida will be America's SALARIES At cooperate in creating an one man and critically hurt two
Democratic leader Mike ing state in promoting educa- the university level faculty sal- force the federal government to official source reported today. tive manpower policy," the women Friday is still eluding
i Mansfield of Montana will tion both at a state and national aries must be raised to match relocate the Cubans equally These subjects for the war on President said: "These programs capture.
make the first move soon after level. oother states. In the public throughout the 50 states," he ex poverty, the source said, will will take hold and suc- Charges have been filed

the Senate convenes with a sim- Dickinson arrived at the schools he opposes the teacher plained. be the 500,000 each year who ceed only when we become determined against him.Florida -
ple motion to consider the bill. Gainesville Airport at 9:30: this incentive salary program explaining Dickinson said Cubans are fail the Army's General Classi- that nothing is to take Highway Patrol
The motion is debatable and morning for a day of whistle- it is "unfair to recog- taking jobs from permanent Floridians fication Test. They will be given priority over people. Trooper Robert Westberry said
Southerners have said they will stop talks at three shopping nize a few and demoralize the and are an economic a chance to enter special Johnson's report was accom- this morning that he has filed

be ready to debate it, perhaps centers the courthouse square faculty to single out one or burden on the state's welfare work schools where they will panied by Labor Department felony charges against Fred

for longer than a week. and a reception this afternoon at two." rolls. take special, education and vocational statistics emphasizing the plightof John Williams, 25, of Hampton.
This raises the possibility of the Gainesville Woman's Club. PROMOTION Education, "This is a proper use of states courses. the poorly educated workerin He's charged with leaving the
a double filibuster-on the motion Howard Hall local chairmanfor tourism and industry should be rights," Dickinson said. "There This is a key provision in the an increasingly technical scene of an accident that caus-

to take up the bill and thenon Dickinson's campaign, anda actively promoted. He proposes has been too much talk and not message on poverty, expectedto economy, and the alarmingly ed personal injury. The charge
the bill itself. group of 25 supporters met promoting the University of enough action." go to Congress today or high rate of youths who can't used to be a misdemeanor, but
In past civil rights skirmishes Dickinson with the senator'stour Florida and other universitiesby He called for a state policyof Tuesday. find work. the 1963 Legislature made it a
Dixie forces usually permitted bus.Among. the Florida Development enforcing offshore rights to Searching for a practical approach Johnson's message was un- felony. Williams also will be
adoption of consideration the party greeting Commission and Council of 100. prevent entry of Cuban refugees. to the problem of school derscored by latest government charged with failing to have his
dropouts, the task force assist-
showing that 800,000 new car under control.
motions after brief flurriesof head of the figures
ing Sargent Shriver
opposition. The Southernershave jobs in February did nothing to Westberry said a decision on
decided the
war on poverty,
been reluctant to run the Ex-Page TestifiesOf device dent the nation's 4.5 million jobless whether to press other chargesstill
to pinpoint young men
risk of a successful cloture total. is pending.
the Senate's debate shutoff pro- TO FIND IT who All need youngsters extra help.must take a The reason is the steadily Meanwhile, the search con-

cedure-at the outset. and intel- growing flow of new workersinto tinues.

The civil rights battle is expected Comics . . 10 Baker DemandsWASHINGTON ligence general test psychological when they registerfor the labor market, particu- Williams the object of the
search allegedly struck a car
to gradually shut down Classified . 11-13 the draft at 18. larly youths. Automated ma-
all other Senate business. But Entertainment . 11 "There are some 500,000 chinery that shrinks job oppor- driven by Pete Dingle, 62, as it

leaders said they would not Obituaries . . 2 (CAPA) wearing a neat dark blue suit, youngsters each year who fail tunities also plays a part. traveled south on S.R. 24
schdule extra-long sessions at Opinion Page . 4 former Senate page boy testi- Richie sat beside his lawyer- this test," the high official Johnson announced "two new near Fairbanks about 5 p.m.

the outset, and some commit Sports : . 6, 7Women's fied today that Bobby Baker, father, Bradic E. Richie of source said. "You know if they major administrative actions"to Friday. and
tees plan to operate this week. . 3 then secretary to the Senate's Wichita FaIls Tex., as he gave fail this test, they're probably study the impact of automation Dingle was killed his f
wife Esther 60, critically
Queen -
Democratic two the
majority on
testimony.
and "to start continuing
See RIGHTS going to fail any test, and a
( on Page 2)) injured. She was reported improved -
occasions made him surrender
Richie testified that Baker they're probably not going to top-level assessment of the relation -
this morning by AI-
$50 of his $403 monthly pay to told him that "because I was be able to hold down any decent of the government's programs achua General Hospital an

OVERTIME PARKERS a fellow page. foung and inexperienced' he'd job. and our country's man- man. She was listed in spokes.fair to
I Boyd Richie, 18, now a student (See BAKER on Page 8)) (See DRAFT on Page 2)) power assets and needs." poor condition.
at the University of the
Another woman, riding in a
START GETTING BREAKDowntown South at Sewanee, Tenn., said
third car that became tangledin
he gave up the money in Jan- Justice Douglas to Talk Here the crash, also was listed as
and February, 1962 until
shoppers who for- planned 90-day span, it will be then uary Vice President Lyndon B. fair to poor this morning. She's
get to feed their parking meters continued. n not, it will be Johnson intervened. Elaine Griffis of Starke.
will get a break, courtesy of the dropped.The U. S. Supreme Court Justice A champion of conservation ten nearly as many books on After the crash, Williams anda
city for the next 90 days. tickets that will Johnson arranged for Richieto William O. Douglas, a staunch projects and a rugged outdoorsman this subject as he has legal companion fled into nearby
The period of relief started be courtesy out state on their get back the money, he said, advocate of the great outdoors, Justice Douglas has writ- works. woods, according to troopers:
passed after Richie complained abouta
this morning. comes to the University of Flor- Among these are "Of Men and Bloodhounds were rushed in
Meter maids who patrol the front: "kickback" arrangement. ida campus April 7 to deliver a Mountains," "North From Ma- and search parties organized.
parking meter beat are giving "Welcome shopper. Your time Richie testified at a hearing public address-on the preservation laya," "Exploring the Himalaya About three hours later, the
shoppers an extra 15 minutes was up, but you were givenan conducted by the Senate Rules of Florida's remaining wilderness ," "My Wilderness; the Pacific companion was found a mile
free parking. additional 15 minutes of free Committee which is investigating Northwest," and "Muir of the from the crash scene walkingon
Overparked cars will get a parking courtesy of the city of Baker's outside business i Mountains." the railroad tracks toward
courtesy ticket instead of the Gainesville. We hope your shop- dealings while he held the Sen- His talk, scheduled for Uni- Gainesville.The .
regular fine envelope. But if the ping trip was pleasant and that ate post. Baker has since resigned versity Auditorium at 8 p.m., Before his appointment to the man is Murrey Denman
car is left over-parked for more you.will return again soon." under fire. will be sponsored by the University's i l '" U. S. Supreme Court by Presi- of Hampton.He .
dent Franklin D. Roosevelt in
than 15 minutes the driver will On' the back is a map of the Responding to questions Public Functions and Lectures .. was charged with vagrancy -
be fined as usual, according to downtown area showing the location Richie said that Baker received Committee, the Alachua 1939, Justice Douglas served on and was released yesterday
City Manager Bill Green. of city operated parking a 1961 Christmas gift County Audubon Society, and the law school faculties of Columbia under bond from the county jail.
and Yale Universities
Green announced the new'pro lots. a ring with a stone "about the the Gainesville Garden Club. ; Denman identified Williams

gram this morning.He 1t' urges use of the off-street size of a penny" that he understood The talk, "The Responsibilities was chairman Commission of the Securitiesand and as the driver of the car, West-
said it will apply only to facilities. was from "The Mur- of the Citizenship for the conducted Exchange studies, in berry said. But searches for
on-street parking. Drivers who Green said the off street chiso ns." Stewardship of the Wilderness," numerous Williams so far have been futile,
over-park in city parking lots lots provide for longer parking. The reference was apparently is expected to deal with the citi- bankruptcy.Born the trooper reported.
will be treated the same as al several hours than the on- to the Murchison brothers, zen's obligation toward such In Maine, Minn., Justice Westberry said he had checked
ways. street facilities which are me- Texas financiers, whose name preservation. Douglas took his AB degree Williams' living quarters in

He said the program is being tered for one-hour parkers.He has been linked with Baker'sin Justice Douglas is expected to_ from Columbia Law School. Hampton, but he apparently
worked on a trial basis. If it said the city has a total of previous testimony.An visit Lake Alice, a heron rookery A reception honoring Justice hadn't gone there. He said his
proves successful in stimulating 519 off-street parking spaces in athletic looking youth on the UF campus and Douglas will follow his campus personal effects appeared to b*
downtown business during-its lots dotting the downtown areas. with a flattop haircut and Paynes Prairie. DOUGLAS address. in order and undisturbed.



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(AP-Jack Ruby's questioned[ the jail physician
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University of Florida's on astronaut John Glenn's orbi- C D Partly cloudy through but the government spokesmansaid attorneys move today toward Dr. Fred Dieberdorf, and expects "If Selective Service l&dn't.

annual Engineers Fair opens tal flight and other'shorter space Tuesday., Showers'likely Tues- firing was continuous and the heart of his defense, their to put Dieberdorf on the existed we probably) would :

for 'a three-day run Friday at movies. the security forces were gain- have had to create it. It's T- :
day turning cooler late Tues- p.2. t contention that Ruby was in an stand to attack part of the prosecution's -
6 fan. ing ground. emotional trance when he killedLee case. feet for our purpose. Thi- _
in
Last year an estimated 25,000 day. Low tonight 60s, high .
The fair, featuring scientific people attended the fair. This Tuesday 78 to 84. Southerly The British said the Greek Harvey Oswald and did not Belli said Dieberdorf examined us names and addresses"

exhibits by engineering students, year a- larger crowd is expected.Top 15 to 25 mile winds changingto Cypriot the Ktima-Paphos police superintendentof district know what he was doing. Ruby in jail shortly after sons who need help.

will emphasize the future. Near- exhibits in the individualand northerly Tuesday. Dimitri Papageorge, had refused -, Ruby, some psychiatrists anda Ruby was arrested. Police offi- Originally, the source saId

ly 400 student engineers repre- society categories will receive Scattered shower*, and thunder to deal with brunette strip teaser are expected -cers have testified they Shriver wanted to lower the
showers this afternoon and early to- anyone except -
senting 10 honorary and pro- awards. Representativesof night becoming partly cloudy and GyanL to testify about Ruby's stripped Ruby of his clothes draft age to 16, but technical

fessional engineering societies the engineering industry from colder tonight late 46 to tonight 56. high and Tuesday Tuesday.56 Low to "rage' states." and also questioned him about problems made this impossible.He .

will depict a wide array of pro-i all over the state will judge the 64- Papageorge apparently was I. killing Oswald. added, "that lowering it to 17

desses, concepts and developments exhibits. Considerable. Showers cloudiness throughTuesd.y. reflecting the new tough line of Also due to be among theday's "This doctor tells me he examined gives us a year's head start in
likely late tonight the Makarios
in the engineering in- 'or Tuesday. Low tonight In 60s high government in first witnesses for the defense Ruby sometime after 2 trying to reclaim these youths."
I The Engineers Fair is spon- Tuesday lower 70s. Turning cooler accepting local truce arrange- was former welterweight
.,. o'clock in
dustry. the
afternoon an'says
Tuesday afternoon and night. Southerly \i ,
sored by the Benton Engineering ments. The government The schools or academies -
accused -
Exhibits from 19 industrial 15 to 25 mile winds changing boxing champion Barney Ross.Ruby's Ruby was still in his street special ,
Society, the student branchof to northerly Tuesday.E the Turks last week of as they probably will be
will also be displayedin GAINESVILLE WEATHER clothes Belli said. "He would
concerns the F-Fair this afternoon and tonight first witnesses took the '
Florida Engineering So using the cease-fires to slip into called, will b- -- .of!
the fair.Among becoming partly cloudy with have been in prison clothes if
the exhibits will be ciety. The exhibits will be displayed chance of showers Tuesday. Low to- Municipal Airport readingsfor offensive positions before the stand Friday.His work camps of the old Civilian .
a they had him around
night 65 to 70. high'Tuesd.y SO to 84. stripped
civil engineer's model of the in the College of Engineering Southerly 15 to 22 mile winds possibly 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: arrival of the U.N. force. trial on a charge of murder -noon, as they claim." Conservon Co....s ivwxin

building and other near- changing to northerly late Tues- High 84 at 4 p.m.' low 63 at Gyani had flown to Ktima that they will remove under- -
Florida Cross-state Barge Ca- with malice went into the Police testified that
nal project. The replica willshoi by areas. day.G.. H, I. J-Fair through Tuesday. 6-7 a.m. No rain. Sunday after a battle Saturdayin fourth week today. during privileged youngsters from
Low tonight U to 72. high Tuesdayin the examination which they say
the locks, channels and The fair will be open to the Os. Southeast to south 15 to 22 MARINE FORECAST which six Greeks and a Turk accused took place about 30 minutes aft. poor home environments.But .
mile winds. Oswald of
reservoir public without EAST GULF: Southerly winds 15 to were killed and at least a score was assas-
areas. charge Friday K-Partly cloudy through Tuesday.Fed er Oswald was killed, Ruby instead of concentratingon
Isolated showers Low to- 22 knots changing to northerly Tues of were injured. Mostof sinating President Kennedy In
Visitors will also be able to from 6:30 today. persons
to 9:30: p.m.; Saturday night 74. high Tuesday. Southeast to day. Showers late tonight or Tuesday Dallas Nov. 22. Two days later made some statements, including outdoor work projects as did :
watch a 60-minute color movie from 2 to 9:30 Djn.. and. Sundav. south 15 to 22 mile winds. morning. the casualties were from : the CCC of New Deal days, the
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Ruby shot Oswald to death. The
Turkish fire
IN -THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORI-I from 2 .to 8 p.m.Buimie. '* minaret. The Turks from took the same more state is asking death in the electric "I intended to shoot him (Os new academies will lean heavily -

DAx-EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN TEMPERATURES evnAR KEY rIDES wald) three but -aU on education and vocational
ELSEWHERE ----- --- ---- than 200 Greek hostages. chair for-Ruby. : times yo

'NDFOR CH..CEIYBUAMAH ALACHUA COUNTY IN Girls JackS llvill. ........... 13 H lj Prtp' Sunday Low-et High 3:58 at a.m.11:38 and a.m.4:07 and p.m.9:12 With Ktima's market place Ruby's defense is temporary moved in so fast I couldn't get projects. _ _

J. DODD andSHIRLLY Miami ................ 76 73 p.m. at 12:17 and 10:30 the; other two away.n
A. DODD his wife, Tampa ................ S4 65 Monday-High p.m. still a confusion of overturned insanity. ,
and-L.4. DODD Atlanta ................ 77 54 p.m. Low at 5:06 a.m. and 5:12 pjn. tables, dead pigs and scattered Strip teaser Patricia Ann Sgt. P. T. Dean quoted Rubyas I Gainesville Sun

Plaintiffs New Orleans .......... 82 71 ...........
I -vt- Get Help Boston ................. 46. 36 .01 Sunset Sunrise today.tomorrow......... 6:34 6:45: pin a.m. vegetables, the truce officers Kohs 21, who once performedin saying he thought about killing Published evenings except
MARY C. TAYLOR et al. New York ............ 49 38 08 Moonrise tomorrow....... 4:37 a.m. achieved cease-fire one of Ruby's Dallas night Oswald on the
....... a and prom- Friday nightof Saturday and Sunday mom-
Defendants. Washington ... 56 46 .26 New Moon ................ March 13>
., NOTICE OF SUIT Chicago ................ 38 34 .23 PROMINENT STARSAldebaran. ises from the Turks to releasethe clubs, is expected to testify that the President's assassination. ings by the Gainesville Publishing -
THE.STATE OF FLORIDA Kansas City .......... 40 30 ...... 1 101 SE
.18 In the west :50 Company at
From p.m. That
To:jAARY C. TAYLOR. WILLIAM H. UnionBy Denver ................ 29 9 ,. Antares. rises ........... 1:15 a.m. hostages. After Gyani returned -Ruby once beat up a taxi driver was two days before 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida.
TAYLOR THOMAS G. TAYLOR EM. Ft. Worth ............ 7? 39 1.25 VISIBLE PLANETS to Nicosia the Turks then suddenly asked: "Whatam Ruby killed Oswald. Dean testified -
MA.E. TAYLOR. BENJAMIN... PUT. Los Angeles ............ 65 77 Jupiter low in west ...... ':01 p.m. and entered as second class
NAM. as Executor of PETER MITCHELL NEIL GILBRIDE SeetHe "............... 74 37 M Venus above Jupiter.Forecast freed 37 more Greeks, bringingthe I doing? : matter at the Post Office at

MITCHELL,;. HECTOR DAVID MITCHELL.MIZZEL.OCTAVIUS J. M. WASHINGTON (APShoulda .1 total number of hostages released Similarly defense attorneyJoe "He (Ruby) said when he saw Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION .

Wife PARASODE Five-Da\, Tonahill questioned a Dal-. that sarcastic
HAWTHORN and in Ktima to 265. sneer on Oswald's RATES BY
Bunny girl be fired for
HAWTHORN. AUGUSTUS H. JOHN wearing -
SON'and ANN JOHNSON. Florida five forecast las policeman about Ruby's re- face that was one of the CARRIER OR MAIL
wife QUEEN crooked ears? day 61 to 80 at Tampa and 65 to 85
FRANK E. CARN and wife MARY E. actions after Os- first times he
immediately
thought of
killing
CARN. JAMES M. HUNTER. ANGUS R. Temperatures through Saturdaywill at Miami. It will be cooler in 1 Week .45
"
BLAKELY Trustee. ANNA HUNTER. No, says the AFL-CIO Hotel the north Tuesday night and TodayIn wald was killed. him. 3 Mos. $5.85
.
ROBERT B. WEEKS and wife MAR.THAJ. and Restaurant and average 3 to 5 degrees Tonahill asked: "And when Both of the alleged remarks
Employes Rainfall the
M. WEEKS. THOMAS A. JOHN- Wednesday. during All mail subset iptions must
SOt{"' and wife ARABELLA S. JOHN Bartenders International Union. above seasonal normals. Expected -period will total about a quarter you said to Jack, 'Why did you countered the defense conten- be paid in advance.

JOHNSON SON. CHARLES and wife M.ADELLA WEEKS.M.W.JOHN E. temperatures ranges include inch in north Florida and littleor HistoryBy do it?' he replied, 'Do what?'. tion that Ruby was in an emo- Member of Audit Bureau of

SON WILLIAM E. JOHNSON and wife Neither says the union, Isn't that a fact?" tional "blackout had
53 to 75 at Tallahassee, none in the south. no motive -
ROBERT E. JOHN- Circulation.All .
M. A. JOHNSON. should she be bounced from THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
SON E. J. E. PAULLING. JAMES S. her The officer denied hearing for killing Oswald and did
JOHNSON. JULIUS H. JOHNSON any job if she doesn't live up to the Today is Monday, March 9th, Ruby say this.Ruby's not premeditate the material contained herein Is
unknown heirs at law or lineal descendants" shooting. the property of the Gainesville
of AUGUSTUS H. JOHNSON. deceased code of the Playboy Clubs requiring the 69th day of 1964. There are chief defense counsel, Belli tried hard to shake this I Publishing Company. (c) 1964. Re-
any unknown heirs at law or fcttuartegARNOLD!E 297 days left in the year.Today's I I I production In whole or In part is
a "well-fitting costume < Melvin M. Belli of San Francisco
OevlSteS Of FLORILAH N. JOHNSON. -. testimony but Dean stuck to : strictly forbidden without the writtenI
devisees deceased of any LILLIAN unknown A.heirs JOHNSON.at law deceased or matching ears, clean and fluffy highlight in history: visited Ruby in jail over the his report of what Ruby said. I I permission of the publisher.
On this date in 1916 Mexican
law cottontail"The weekend. Belli said he also ----- ----- ---
any unknown heirs at or j I f -,
devisees of FALCON F. PAULLING. de GRIFFIS WALTER :McCOY .bandit chieftain Pancho Villa

WAITS ceased. MRS.HORACE R. M.MERRY JOHNSON.J. and C. union, in a national or- :and several hundred of his followers -

husband J. D. JOHNSON. J. W. CARTER ganizing campaign in behalf of STARKE Arnold G. Griffls, Walter Scott McCoy, 77, a for- entered the United More AbontElection
nd wife E. L or L E. CARTER.A. 66, died in Putnam Memorial mer Gainesville resident who I
> DELOACH. ADORA E. SMITH. the pretty night club waitresses States and carried out an as-
WILLIAM J. SMITH. A. D. JOHNSONand Hospital at Palatka early Sun- moved to Hollister four years
wants to substitute sault the
ROBERT A. orderly against Army post at
wife LULA JOHNSON.
CHiLD ROBERT H. HALL M. C. grievance procedure for the day morning after an extended ago, died this morning in a Columbus, New Mexico. The JimRichardson
R. C. DENTON. R. C. HALL. illness.
HALL. convalescent home there.
Club raiders killed 17 U.S. citizens in
MARY lONE DENTON and husband J. "Playboy Bunny Manual.
T. DENTON ROBERTA C. DENTON He was a Bradford County He was a retired attorneyand addition to looting and burningthe _
and.husband J. T. DENTON. LUCILE native and had lived here all From 1 1
DEUTON. E. B. DENTON and wIfe ". e union officials announced brother of the late V. Q. buildings.On Page

ARUE DENTON. JAMES FERGUSON. af' nferenee. that they his life. McCoy founder of McCoy Man- this date

ANNiE HEATH E.E. P.ANDERSON.HEATH, as Trustee ANNA for E. are ]prepw.... *.. *..*,ke legal action He was a retired farmer anda ufacturing Company in Gaines- In 1743, the first iron madein into the presidential nomination

FANJJIE R. HEATH. FANNIE R.HORJU under the National Labor member of the Boatdrain Baptist -ville. He was a native of Cape contest.
New in fur-
$, W. J. NORRIS. J. D. BAUK- Jersey was run a
NIQtfT and the respective spouses of I Relations Act to protect the Church. Fare, N. C., and a member of nace at Oxford.In For Goldwater, the conserva-

whqje eactL of names.the above If not given.named are Defendants.unknownto rights of the approximately 600 Survivors include his widow, the Methodist Church. 1862, the Union's "MonI- tive, and Rockefeller the moderate stands

JPJalntiffs. If living and If dead thereseIve 'Bunnies who work at Playboy Mattie H.; a son, Harold M., Funeral services will be at tor" defeated the Confederacy's"Merrimac" there was the psychological -
heirs. devise
unknown spouses
Clubs in New York Palatka; four brothers, Pete, graveside in Evergreen Ceme- need to win this contest -
?*. grantees creditors successors Chicago, at Hampton Roads for:
clafmlno In Trust by.or assigns through, or under other or aoalnsteacR parties Detroit, St. Louis, New Orleans, Leo and Roy, all of Starke, and tery with Rev. W. H. Lewis Virginia, in the first battle of their first outing. Both vowedto I

of tt>. above named Defendant. Phoenix, Miami and Manila. 0. J., Leesburg; two sisters, officiating at 10. a.m. tomor the ironclads.In continue ther quest for nom-
tT BOWERS GEO. D. POLLOCK. R. Mrs. Eva S 11 i and
J. u van Mrs.
row. Williams-Thomas is in
P. TUILLIAMS. as survlvlna directors of 1920, Sweden became a ination in victory or defeat. 1
dH- The union wants to institute Myrtle Priest both of Starke
THF ACREAGE CORPORATION. a ; charge.
who hold member of the League. of Na- But both looked to the June :2 all cit-
solfM Florida corporation and six An elected City Commission responsible to
shop stewards in place of "Bun grandchildren.
-Trustees for the Stockholders Of Survivors include a sister, California primary as the payoff
corporation and Funeral services will be in the tions. izens for all phases of City Government.
said-dissolved Florida mothers who now regulatethe
ny Mrs. John Lewis Wilmington
after this
derby running
any. and Jill unknown persons or par-I In 1933, a special session of preliminary
ties claiming any right tttte or : working conditions of the Boatdrain Baptist Church at 3 N. C.; and four nephews, V. heat.
terest In and to the following lands In waitresses in the chain of night p.m. today with Rev. B. W. Q. McCoy Jr. Joel McCoy the 73rd Congress gave Presi- Establishment of a Personnel Board of representative -
Aliehua! Countv. Florida vII: dent Franklin Roosevelt almost Almost nothing was heard of
Parcel I Commence twenty (20) clubs founded by Playboy Magazine -Sweat officiating. Burial will be Gerald McCoy and James McCoy for former MinnesotaGov. citizens to periodically review and recommend
South of the Northeast comer unlimited power over transac- support the
cKalns in Kingsley Lake Cemetery with personnel policy for all city employees to
o*- Section 23. Township 11 South. Publisher Hugh Hefner.In all of Gainesville. Harold E.
tions in credit Stassen once a
gold
Ramie 21 East and run South to a DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homein currency the City Commission.
pint 21.19 chains North of the Southeast gathering evidence to makea charge. and silver.In power in Republican councils.

run North corner .of 1 degrees said section.West thence 5232 federal case out of the working Pallbearers were Joe Faulk, More About 1947, the pioneer suffragette Sen. Margaret Chase Smith Saving through coordinated tax-assess
f.a>. thence run North to the Mrs. Carrie R-Maine whose also money
South line of the Northeast Quarter conditions of the Bunnies, Benton Futch, Thomas O'Brian, Chapman Gatt, name appears ment and collections with Alachua County.

OL.the Northeast Quarter Section(NF 23.14 and of union officials quote one girl as Wilmot Brown, Ned Colemanand died at the age of 88. on the ballot might have

thjj tlienca NErun) of East said 529.32 feet! to the saying she was squeezed into a Ira Wilson. Rights Ten years ago ... the French done better in New Hampshireif Internal of all Departments for
Point of Beginning. National Assembly authorized she had not returned to Wash- reorganization
Parcel II The Swith Half of the SouthWest uniform "so tight that the zipper PEARL SHEPPARD more efficient operation and control, includingthe
Quarter (S Vt of the SW U) negotiations for peace in in- ington to protect her
in skin. The
and Wet Half of the Southwest Quarter caught my Bunny CHIEFLAND Mrs. Pearl dochina. sent Senate roll call never-ab-j. elimination of duplicate facilities., Electric
of the Southeast Quarter (W\* of mother told her to inhale
again, From Page 1 utility tie-in with other systems for emergency
Mae Sheppard 56 died
th> SW '4 of the SE '4) ef Section I Sunday
JC Township 11 South. Range 21, and the result "would have morning at her home after a service.

ERt.PWeel. III The North 0.112 chains of: made Scarlet O'Hara blanch" short illness. Sen. Wayne Morse, D-Ore.,

Section 25. Township 11 South Range the girl said. has served notice that he will k and cultural
2r East. She was a native of Hague !;'f Housing, recreational, developments

Parcel IV All of that portion, of the The union also elab--and moved here three years make an attempt to shunt the ,. I HIRED IT in line with our ability to finance them.
protests
'
NWtheast Quarter (NE U ef Sertion
civil rights bill to the Judiciary -
28:-Township 11 South. RII""'". 21 Fast orate regulations outlined in THROUGHTHE
,
of State Roi<1 N.. V>*. ago.Survivors Committee
I Ivfnq East include her hus- once Mans-
for business and economic
Pascal V Commence lit The Southwest the approximately 60 page Long range planning
comer of the North half (N 'h) Manual." band, Charlie L.; two daughters, field opens debate. WANT ADSHow's development of Gainesville coordinated with the

ef-Stctlnn*. 21 East 24.and Township run Thence 11 South.East Run3 11- "Bunny Mrs. Martha Mosley, Ocala, and But Senate parliamentarianssay development programs of the University of Flori-

cbatn*. thence run Nnrtn 2' and.. *4. Some examples from the Mrs. Louise Samble Jacksonville da.
chains thence run West 11 r* \n' this cannot be done until
tkenee run South 22 end 4 chains to manual: I ; three half-brothers, L. R. the motion to take up is adopted. -

Point Parcel of VI Beninnlno.The N..rth half ef the An improperly arranged cot- II Hunter and Johnny Hunter bothof ,* Careful planning and responsible spending of the

24.Savth,Township half (N Vt 11 of South.SIa) Ranoa fl' Sect,21-. tontail, it is made clear, could Chiefland, and Ernest Hunter, That For Results? ; proceeds of the six million dollar bond issue within -

East. less three (31 acres In the lead to dismissal. Gainesville; two half-sisters, Assistant Senate Democratic II I the framework set by the bond election.HERE'S .
Northwest corner of the NortheastoL. 4 Miss Lois Hunter, Chiefland, leader Hubert H. Humphrey of I II
Southwe U f' SM SectV- Another thing that disturbsthe I
tt"
'<.. Township 11 South. R-nge 21 and Mrs. Doris Crews, Gainesville Minnesota, who is in charge of I
E.Att.: Less any existing state road union is the system of ; and her step-mother, Mrs. the bill, told a reporter he is I
r\Qtlts\ ef w.v.YQII "checkers" who test the Bunnies
!
.,
FlED ", Ellen Hunter Chiefland. confident
ARE HRBY AnTI Morse's effort will
been fI'l'd aQaln vou In the by trying to get them to HOW HE HAS
sult-.I C"tV.h F'erv. -'.... Funeral services will be at 2 fail. I
f"I'C"t, .._Court.0'Sq Alaf"""" si'i t'.. 0'if4.., break Playboy Club rules. p.m. tomorrow at Antioch Baptist -

.tnD.''A.\AN. his J. wlfaM fY'\DD and 1'F SHlqLF'' )A." "Try to date Bunnies. Try to I Church with burial following Suffers Stroke SERVED OUR COMMUNITY:

*"""* to wiJet title to all ol the above0'rMd get Bunnies' phone numbers.Invite in the church cemetery.

** i th 94 l'Inet.lt*<. Is the return day of Bunnies to parties and Knauff Funeral Home is in

"" tNotte.w.* oersonallv*. and veil or are bv hereby ttom-f.fpJiV''iin v) with see if they accept," says the in- charge. Alberta (Bertie) Willingham get guaranteed results -Past President Gainesville Junior Chamber! of Commerce

r-- Wfc Of saM Co"rt In "'* "ffMI structions to the Bunny check- suffered a stroke Saturday -P st Vice-President Florida Junior Chamber of Commerce
I *t fountv Courtfw.III BILL ALLENA. while
AUctMii night attending the Aza- during j
GIII Former Trustee Alachua General Hospital
or -
flassh wr
'nt ers.This E. W. (Bill) Allen, 44, of lea Festival in Palatka. She I
itf\er tler |f Bnv. the union is noth-
says -served Board Member Florida State Welfare Department
ald as -
It. Nt or t-e for* the 24th IfAV.. 1106 NE 9th St., died last nightat was attending the coronationball ,
of March, ". and a| the| SAmtI. .e ing but "espionage on the job. NATIONAL WANT AD MONTH District 5
serve I Ai the J. Hillis Miller Health
A -
th.re"f on I owrw at which her daughter,
,
Pint i Member Alachua County Historical Commission
9n. "''owvIHePlutntifft. .
tItfIe. Rnl
:
I Center after an extended ill Nancy Willingham of Starke,
;: IN Mh.ss fee WHO ARE CHINA'S BEST -Trustee Gainesville Police Officer's
'&n.' NOT. or Mt'rH pro ness. was voted Miss Congeniality.Mrs. .
"for*Its,51' rtHef 11I1\1 J bIo entered agInstIOU Com- CUSTOMERS? Funeral arrangements will ., takento Trustee Harry Ann Crippled Children's Home
aemande In the Willingham was
nations that do the most
The 4 lineslOdays
p'.tnt The GAiNEsvILLE' SUN. a wSpaoer 'I 1 business with Red China are be announced later.:,Jones-John the J. Hillis Miller Health i -Former Chairmaji Alachua County Chapter National Foundation -
of MIIfor.1 Circulation In AI.chulll son Funeral Home is in Center where her condition for Infantile Paralysis
Gun ed Kong, Canada, Australia,
::: \s hereby Heslfln I Hong
Friends of the
shilL boflIWSOn.P "'f which thl> not tr:I Ifout Singapore and Malaya, Great charge. .was reported criticaL ; Library

,. UbiICtiOO54 t() the a said 24t" Britain and Japan, in that or- -Steering Committee Citizen's Advisory Committee on Capi
daY fl' March A 0. 104. : Improvement

ClN'SSG'! :. f'I'::;:, and seal of uldFIMda. der.Looking $2 -Member Advisory Council Florida Industrial Commission
County.
A'-c"ua'
1964., thIs 20th d.; Of February, .A.D. for more customersfor WE BEAT I -Active Church Worker
business? Place
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By: EmIly Wat l- andifyoucrenot
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Dugger Prevail CalendarOf ; Visitor Stockholm IsHonored DAR Chapter Plans. : '.:,-:




EventsTODAY ratefamily I t Antique Display, : .

In to Miss
Margery
compliment
Fort of Stockholm, house- Members will bring antiques I son, Mrs. Smith Batey, Mrs.

March f I L Y YRuth guest of Dr. and Mrs. Per-Olov for display and give an explanation -i John L. Coker, Sr., Mrs. J. E!* ..
of their use and Cullen Mrs. Mrs.
American Association of University Lowdin, an informal coffee was. history Howard Gray .
Women, Executive given last week by Mrs. LouisF. for the Wednesday meeting of F. L. Grundy, Mrs. W. L. Hill,

Board Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Dr. Hubener. who entertained. the Gainesville chapter of the Mrs. C. A. Palmer Mrs. C. Rv
Lalia Boone, 2027 NW 7th Lane. Weimer Women's Editor at her home. Daughters of the American Re- Walters, Mrs. John A. Wething-,
Guests were limited to former volution at 3 pjn. ton Jr., and Miss Felie Clark.:
Club
University City Bridge ,
,:30 pjn., University of FloridaFaculty neighbors of Mrs. Lowdin, who 'Mrs. Raymond W. Blacklock, .,of''

Club, West NewberryRoad. Bridal CourtesiesFete previously lived near the Hube- 709 SW 27th street, will be host Sisterhood ...,
ners. The Lowdin family of Upp ess for the afternoon.Mrs. -
sala, Sweden spend each winter .
"
I Past Matrons' Club, Gaines- in Gainesville, while Dr. James H. Vidal, chair- Will Meet :

fr ville Chapter OES, 8 p.m., Mrs. Karen Owens Low din continues research man'of the DAR Museum, assist -

Mattie May Beasley, 415 NW 1st work as director of the Quantum ed by Mrs. A. L. Johnson, Mrs.R. B'nai Israel Sisterhood wur"meet

Street. C o m p lamenting Miss Karen esses, Mrs. Roy D. Cellon, Mrs. project at the University of Walter Hall and Miss Joe on Wednesday at 8 pjq,.,.

Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30 Owens, bride-elect of Robert R. W. E. Cellon, Mrs. L. S. Cellon Florida. Anna Morris, will be in chargeof at the Jewish Community, Ceni

p.m., Recreation Center. Rowe, a coffee was given Thurs-i and Mrs. Henry Raattama, entertained Spring lowers were used to the program. ter. ---
Pilot Club, Executive Board day morning by Mrs. R. W. Cel- : with a bridal luncheonfor decorate the coffee table where Melodettes of Gainesville High

a Meeting, 8 pjn., Mrs. Margaret lon, Mrs. R. W. Cellon Jr. and Miss Owens. Mrs. Charles Black and Mrs. School will present a group of Rabbi Simeon Kobrinetz &
Crevasse, Hawthorne Road. Mrs. Tom Martin at the Cellon: The party was given at the R. Marvin Kokomoor served. songs for the program. the Hillel Foundation will pre.

Soroptimist Club of Gainesville home at Hague. One hundred' D. Cellon home in LaCrosse. An additional out of town I Hostesses with Mrs. Blacklockwill sent a program! entitled, "Pass

Business and Dinner meet- guests were invited to calLA Guests were seated in the din- guest for the party was Mrs. Saga -. be.Mrs. James A. Hender ,over Practices."

ing, 6:30 p.m., Primrose Inn. lavendar and pink color ing room and Florida room, Skaefte-Lindbolm, viceconsul -
Sunshine Service Club, Supreme -theme was used in the appoint- where silver compotes with for Sweden in Jacksonville.Miss -

Forest Woodmen Circle, ments. On the mantle, a white nosegays of chrysanthemumsand Fort will remain here .--:
4I ,
d 7:30 p.m., Mrs. T. J. Bronson, cupid figurine held a lavendarand roses were used in decora- until next weekend when she ,

4106 NW 13th Place. pink carnation arrange- will go to New Haven, Conn., to

University Women's Club, Executive -ment. tion.Miss Owens was given a yellow -spend some time with relatives

Board Meeting, 9:45 The serving table, laid with a chrysanthemum corsage; before returning home.

a.m., followed by luncheon, white heirloom linen runner, her mother, a camellia corsage, .r
Mrs. T. S. George, 619 NW 23rd was centered by a tiered silver and her fiance's mother, an iris

Street. compote filled with pink and corsage.A Select your new THE
STORE WITH MORE
lavender flowers and fruit.
I TUESDAY, March 10 gift of silver was presentedto SPRING FABRICS GAWES/JLL SHOPPING CENTER
the Florida the
In
Altrusa Club luncheon 12:15 room, the bride-to-be by the four at
,
Mr. and Mrs. Melton 1302
Lloyd DuggerW bride's book table featured yellow NORTH MAIN STREET
p.m., Holiday Inn, Dr. Harry hostesses. SINGERTWICETHE
A L DO Mr. and Mrs.' Hayward Dugger served as Gamma Chi Chapter of Beta roses. Peach blossoms were used 1
Lloyd Melton Dugger best man with Lamar Starling Those assisting the hostessesin
were mar
Sigma Phi, covered dish supper about the rooms and a cupid
ried February 13 at Graham 'and Dixon ushers. the h o s p i talities were Mrs.
Jimmy as and meeting, 6:30 p.m., Mrs. epergne, holding a twin arrangement -
I Raattama Mrs. Dell Jer- unheard-of low
Baptist Church with Rev. Merle Bud Yawn. Henry of blossoms pricesin
: The bride's mother chose an nigan, Mrs. Mattie Hardy, Mrs. pear
Packham performing the dou Alachua County Pharmaceu- and camellias, was featured in I
orchid dress and black .
accessories Robert Johnson, Mrs. Cliff
ble ring ceremony. for her daughter's wed- tical Auxiliary, 8 p.m., Mrs. W. Strickland, Mrs. L. H. Thompson -the living room.Handmade our MarchFASHION
I L. 6th Street.
1207 NE
The bride, formerly Miss ding. The bridegroom's mother Copelan, Mrs. W. E. Cellon, :Mrs. cards marked PRICE
Shebie Jean Prevatt, is the chose a green linen suit and Tuesday Evening Supper Wilbur Harling, Mrs. C. B. Wa- places for the following guests:

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. beige accessories. Both wore orchid Club of Gainesville, 6 p.m., 1402 ters, Mrs. Louise Midgette, Mrs. The honoree, Mrs. Owens, FABRIC

., Prevatt of Waldo, and the bride- corsages.A University Avnue. Floyd Goar, Mrs. Hugh Sim- Mrs. Rowe, Miss Lynn Mauldin, LOOK!
;
Great Books Discussion
groom is the son of Mr. and mons, :Mrs. G e o r ge Freeman, Mrs. R. R. Beauchamp, Miss
Mrs. Guy Dugger of Hawthorne.Mrs. reception, given by thebride's Group, 8 pjn., Gainesville Public Mrs. L. C. Cellon, Mrs. Karl Jan Jordan, Miss Tena Bledsoe,

W. S. Brown was soloist parents, was held at the Library.Xi Owens Jr., Mrs R. D. Cellon, Miss Sandra Taylor, Miss Carolyn
home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Phi Chapter Beta Sigma
Johnson, Miss Ginger
and Miss Annette Dugger, Mrs. K. D. Morris and Mrs. Van
sister of the bridegroom, was Sparks. Phi, Spaghetti dinner, 8 p.m., Bruns. Brown, Miss Betty Pound, Miss
Mrs. Jose Sommese, 4124 NW Sandra Edwards i
Mrs. R. E.
pianist. Mrs. Dorine Fulmer, sister of The honoree was presentedwith
Given In marriage by her the bride, cut the wedding cake 13th Street. a pink rose corsage and Cellon Jr., Mrs. Tom Martin,
Anna Miller Circle of Elk'sLodge
Mrs. Louise Mrs.
father, the bride wore a taffeta and Mrs. Albert Sparks and her mother, Mrs. Karl R. Midgette,
Election of Officers, 8p.m. Gordon Mrs. R. W.
gown with Chantilly lace and Mrs. L. C. Kelly poured punch. Owens, and the b r idegroomelect's Floyd,
., Elk's Lodge.Merrysteppers Cellon, :Mrs. Karl Owens Jr.
tulle overskirt and veil of illus- Miss Dorothy Dugger, sisterof mother, Mrs. E. R. RoweJr.
8 and Van Bruns of Willis-
ion held by a crown of seed the bridegroom, kept the p.m., City ., received carnation corsages. Mrs. ...
Recreation Center. ton. '
)
pearls. She carried a bouquet of bride's book and Mrs. Louie Each of the hostesses presented -
League of Women Voters, 8pjn.
white roses, stephanotis and Prevatt assisted with the hospi- the bridetobe with an elec-
Mrs. G. Ronald Dalton
,
English Ivy. talities. trical appliance.
4055 NW 12th Avenue.WEDNESDAY .
Miss Cindy Prevatt, sister of For a wedding trip to South Saturday Luncheon Given Brides'i Handsome pump of r

the bride was maid of honor. Florida, the bride wore a lav- March 11 Saturday afternoon, four host bone crushed upper

She wore a rose colored brocade -ender wool suit and black ac Alachua General Hospital i i leather that is full of

dress and matching head- cessories.The Auxiliary Luncheon, 1 p.m., BookWEDNESDAY ladylike beauty, looksat
piece, and carried a nosegay of newlyweds will reside at Hospital Cafeteria. Church least twice the low, : t

blue carnations. Alto Lake. Gainesville Bridge Club, 1:30 March 11 low price. Heel, toe '

p.m.) Holiday Inn. Tea honoring Miss Anne Pur- lacing and
IJ ''IfImI"IIIB. _,,'linulti.fto .._......_. vamp top-
-" AP PEG 10:30 vis, bride elect of Billie Nu
Chapter : a.m., CirclesTUESDAY line are a contrast.
Mrs. W. T. Sandefur, 1418 NW gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jackson- .
16th Terrace. ville, 3:30 to 5:30 pjn., Mrs. N. USE CENTRAL CHARGE ,
University Woman's Club, International March 10 H. Scott and Mrs. William F.
I Relations Group, 3 Wesley Community Methodist Moshier at the Scott home, 3333

G/fIJW fJld 1 pjn., Mrs. H. W. Hutchison, 1711 Church, WSCS NE 21st Avenue.THURSDAY BOB'SSHOE
( G .
SW 43rd Avenue, Dr. orbin S. 9:30 a.m., Annette Haden Circle March 12 "J '
Church, Fannie Evelyn De- i 1Z
Carnell
speaker. Dinner
feting Miss Anne Pur
/ ByJ League of Women Voters, 9:30: war Circle, Church. vis, bride elect of Billie Nu
3 p.m., Susanna Wesley Cir- STORE .
ajn., Mrs. J. C. Adkins Jr., 533 gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jackson- .
cle Mrs. E. L.
Williams
819
J \ UOSEPfllNELOWMAN NW 32nd Street.University NW 25th Avenue. ville, Col. and Mrs. F. C. My- 21 W. University Ave.
City Bridge Club, 7 ers, and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 9 .
\ 7:45 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW p.m., Wesleyan Service .
Macdonald.
) \\ 15th Terrace. Church.Guild, Mrs. H. Martin,

B'nai Israel Sisterhood, 8 p.m.
--- Jewish Community Center, Rabbi -First Lutheran Church, Ladies
Guild SAVE UP TO 50 %
The younger generation has ed on the physical problems I S I m eon Kobrinetz, guest .
8 p.m., Esther Circle, Mrs. R.
an exciting chance to live to a ,which most often harass humans -speaker.
H. Wenzel, 4289 NW 16th Street. STRIPES SOLIDS TEXTURES
vital old age. from middle age on. i Flower Show School CourseIII

Not only has our life expectancy It is becoming more and more 1001 NE 28th Avenue, 8 WECO Scout CHECKS FLORALS PRINTS

'I increased greatly, but we apparent that we deterioriate a.m., registration, 9 ajn., flower P'e
know about how to arranging lecture. 42" Wide slightly irregular :
more prolong rapidly when we are physicSfly Meet
the youthful,,portion of our too inactive. A look at the professions Cosmos Club, 10 a.m., Sewing ChangedTuesday ..: DacronCottonPOPLIN :

lives. The future will bring mi- highlights the danger of and Covered Dish Luncheon, at meeting of the Weco Cotton Sports

racles of medical discovery, I the sedentary; life. Hardening of noon, Mrs. Alpha Kaplan, 605 Girl Scout Neighborhood group : i

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:. __jthJOHN .. HARBISON. PreiUemt *.4PiblUhtri By C. L. SULZBERGER the accumulating tragedy. In mier General Plastiras, with est, intelligent and in fact a

:. :" PAT COWLES. Tic Pretldeati Sfrm Vnrk tTimra 1955 Papagos lay dying but whom he had once sworn never gentleman." But the politicians .
... .. ED JOHNSON. Vic PMiJdtmtM his ministers kept assuring to shake hands. So he by- forced
Florida's Beautiful .... EztcaUf Editors W. G. came CAIRO There is some- Pipinellis out. Aft- !
t (}rt EBEBSOLE. via President a>d AdvertlflBf thing Sophoclean in the tragic Paul the illness was not ser- passed obvious claimants to er last autumn's election the
"a DlreeUri BOB TARTAGLIONE. death ious. He visited the ailing the prime ministry and, some- present
University City By RALPH McGILL of King Paul of the premier, Papandreou,
Tic rrcildMt M* CUeml Pollticr Prix Winning PmfelliherOf I Hellenes admist the worst of field marshal and concluded: what high handedly, asked took over and his mandatewas
'Y' tie* IU&u. the Atlanta (Ga.) C...UtuUo. all the Cyprus crises. For, in "I don't know what kind of a Karamanlis, the obscure minister subsequently reinforced.
it game my ministers are try- of roads, to succeed Pa-
away, was he who first
,. THE SUN'S POLICY SecretsFrom started the drama towards it ing to play with me but I fear pagos. PAUL BELIEVED he must

:'; 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. furious denouement.In Papagos will leave us very Karamanlis governed efficiently rule as well as reign althoughhe

:." ..- 2. Express the opinions: of the Sun inbut only in-editorials July, 1948, shortly after soon." but autocratically until had democratic personal
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. he ascended the throne Paul he broke with the King him- feelings and, indeed, once
PAUL WAS FED up with self last summer and resigned. worked under an assumed
laid claim to the island thena
0- The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 British colony. In exchangehe his bickering political leaders. Paul replaced him with a name in an English aircraft

:; Want Ads-376-4672 BelowArcheologists offered Britain base facili- Prior to Papagos he had already career diplomat, Pipinellis, factory. He thought what he
ties in Crete or anywhere in had to accept as Pre- because he thought him "hon- called "Kingmanship" was

Greece. an active profession and that,
InterlandiPROTE'T
I : can set the The immediate result of this BELOW OLYMPUS unlike the Scandinavian mon-

Atlanta Is Slipping imagination. to dancingIn suggestion was a personal archies where kings didn'tplay

I. ... an important role, a real
the Jordan Valley, saysa message from King GeorgeVI
It is sad to see Atlanta, which had efforts to negotiate opening of the news story, some 70 miles conveyed by British Am- sovereign was "necessary

I taken pride in its relatively enlight- remaining eating houses a num- northeast of Jerusalem, dig- bassador Sir Clifford Norton, QRAYEPS KEIP GOD in there Greece would because be chaos"He otherwise

ened race relations in the midst of ber are already desegregated.As gers have uncovered the saying as Paul would amus- lit
backward Georgia, taking backward ruins of a city that was per- edly recoil ect: "He didn't 44L felt a strong man was
haps more than 1,000 years want me breaking up his em- required "at the heads of any
: steps. the Atlanta Constitution pointed old when Christ was born. pire." 1'') democracy and kings in the

r" out on its editorial page (in a discussion ("If I forget thee, 0 Jerusa- WHILE PAUL thought Cy- r future will have to take more

For example, consider the 18- of the public accommodations lem, let my right hand forgetits prus with its 80 percent Greek- positive decisions as the need

month sentence and $1,000 fine imposed section of the federal civil cunning.") speaking pop u 1 ation should / for decision -making inceases.
l
on an 18-year-old college girl rights bill now before Congress), The bejeweled skeleton of come under Athens' sover- l I The method of ruling is now
eignty, he nevertheless democratic
more
but
the
role
for taking part in a peaceful restau- the equal accommodations principleis a woman lay in the richest oppos- t
ed the use of force to attain k of a king is just as essential ,
rant sit-in and the jail sentence not new in Georgia. In the state's tomb ever found in the an- his goal. Twice Field Mar- as in earlier days

meted out to one of her character early days it carried over into its cient valley. There were ash- shal Papagos, his prime min-
in the and of
es ovens grains
witnesses for expressing fear of the statutes the English common law wheat in the bins. ister, asked the King's per- N "PEOPLE NEED a respon-
storage mission to send the then Cola sible and permanent symboland
..justice of Southern courts. provision "requiring innkeepers to The ashes glowed under
nel Grivas, a Cyprus born a king can serve as a repository -
provide lodgings if available to in estimated
any cooking pots an
officer on the Greek general of knowledge as he
Atlanta has had an out-of-state respectable person able to pay." 800 B. C. Bronze vessels of staff, to raise a Cypriote re- gains experience. He must bea

Southern clergyman in jail for a the type used in King Solomon's bellion, and twice Paul re- )b11i141i'r.Qtcss non political figure who

long term for an attempted kneelin A good many important whites in unearthed mighty- temple the first were ever fused. However, when the can work with any kind of gov-
King was traveling outside ernment except the Com-
in a church. Atlanta joined this fall in urging the found.
Greece Papagos sent Grivas munists." And for Paul, kings
hold-out restaurants hotels and
secretly to Cyprus and he constituted a special club,
The college student, Mardon Rose movie theaters to desegregate peace- IN THE TOMB of the started the Eoka movementthat bound by loyalty to each other

Walker of Connecticut College, was fully. Some failed to do so. Since young woman, or girl, the fought the British. 'ih\U. even if driven from their

the first of 29 persons to be tried then, Atlanta police, prosecutors and diggers found 670 orange car- From that moment the King "You must think God is pretty weak if he needs your thrones. "Once a king al-
nelian (flesh colored) beads
began to lose influence over protection!I" ways a king," he used to
under the "trespass" law since the courts have been making Atlanta 72 gold beads, four ivory say.

.-renewal of sit-ins this winter. Sit-ins look like the Georgia backwoods instead boxes, a set of silver pins

began again only after prolonged of the enlightened metropolis. and breastplates. S o m eone DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTSA -
had loved her well and sup-
plied her with jewels to
wear in the afterlife. One

I Voice of the People may tries"Dark-eyed have to looked.imagine, how she Neutral Southeast AsiaBy



0 woman fo my dreams, WALTER LIPPMANN Yet this poses a grave ques- probable that Americans will Such a neutralization of

On The Sun's Opinion Ivory sandaled, The Vietnamese war poses tion for public men and for be able to fight a 25-year war South Vietnam would indeedbe
PageOpinions ==== There is none like thee the difficult questions of whe- the responsible press. Should on the mainland of Asia; it is, a defeat for the United
the dancers ther it can be discussed re- States, and it is in order to
and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters among they hide from our people this I am convinced by the spec
must be signed and bear the writer' od resa. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should None with thy swift feet. sponsibly in public. For any prevent such a defeat that
not exceed 500 words and must be writ en on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The I have not found thee in, discussion of the problem of undeclared quasi-war, which ialists I have talked to, most General. De Gaulle's intervention -
Sun reserves the right to reject any 'letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or the tents, the war is an admission that has been waged surreptitiouslyand improbable that what is essentially in Southeast Asia is rele-

intent. In the broken darkness.I there is a problem and this can lead either to a de- a civil war in the vant.

Church Schools their child to attend a Catho- hance the social climate of have not found thee at: carries with it some doubt feat or to a full-scale war of south can be stopped by General De Gaulle is not

lic school it is their preroga- our country. I disagree. To the well-head about the success of a mili- incalculable consequences? bombing cities in the north. proposing the neutralization of
And Fed. Aid tive to do so but they should do this would be to sacrificeone Among the women with pit- tary solution by the methodswe It would not be necessaryto The nearer and the actual South Vietnam. He is propos-
not expect governmental help.It of the of the chers. are now employing. discuss the Vietnamese war danger is that the governmentin ing the neutralization of what
EDITOR, Sun: The issue of should be the churches' Constitution.principles If sacrificeour Thine arms are as a young To admit that there is any seriously if the choice beforeus Saigon will be overturned used to be French IndoChina -
federal aid to parochial duty to support their schools, principles what we have sapling under the bark; doubt at all might, there is were, en the one hand, to as it has been twice in the and, if possible, the
schools will be one of the probe not the government.* to base integrity, and we Thy face as a river with reason to fear, trigger the keep on doing what we are past few months. It might be whole of Southeast Asia of
our
lems confronting 'Congress. I There is the argument that tige ? pres- lights. ." collapse of the very fragile doing in South Vietnam if overturned by a junta which North and South Vietnam,
have read about this subjectand federal aid to all schools, pub- upon Ezra Pound, fighting morale of the South necessary for 25 years or will call for the end of the Laos, Cambodia and perhaps

would like to state my lic and private, would en- FRANK SULE "Dance Figure"One Vietnamese government and on the other hands, to win the war, the neutralization of Thailand and Burma as well.
views. skeleton was found people. I think this may well war in South Vietnam by at- South Vietnam and the de- This general neutralizationwould

Federal aid to any church coated with bitumen, the first be true and that the officials tacking North Vietman. parture of the Americans. be under international

supported institution, Catholic MemoJUST such discovered in the H o 1 y who keep wishing that Sena- Something very like this has guarantees given by Red
Washington
or otherwise, is in direct Land. It was a crude at- tor Manfield would be silent FOR MYSELF, I do not be- already happened on a small China, the Soviet Union,
violation of the First Amend- tempt by embalmers to imi- and that the press would not lieve that this is the real scale in Cambodia, an adjoin- France, Great Britain, India

ment of the Constitution. If FOLKS, NEIGHBORS: It would be wrong to harbor tate the mumies of the Egyp- talk about the matter are not choice which confronts us. It ing part of what used to be and the United States.

Congress appropriates money the idea that your government and ours is just a big, mean, in- tians. beset by imaginary fears. is, I believe, supremely im Indo-China.

solely to the Catholics, this human collection of adding machines. The government can QUITE OBVIOUSLY, sucha
.would be destroying the separation be playful, even cute. Witness the sign on a flowerbed in the THE EXCAVATIONS are political solution would be
of church and state, a park across the street from the White House: "Tulips sleep- being made near the town THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT very difficult to work out, and
principle for which our fore- ing here." which now has the Arabic it may well be that it is now
fathers ardently fought. If the name of Sa'id Iyeh. It may too late-to attempt it, becausethe
Catholic schools are given have been the Old Testament situation in the south has
city of Zarethan. The theorynow To Act Or Not to ActBy been deteriorating so rapidly.I .
federal aid, the Baptists, Me- THE DANGLE: Astronaut Alan Shepard, who has a NewEnglander's ,
thodists, Presbyterians etc. is that the city was at- am, nevertheless, in favorof
,
two-edged sense of humor, received a letter recently "
are going to want it and tacked by the Egyptian Phar- trying for it or, more exact-
by asking whether he, like John Glenn, was going into
right should be entitled to it. oah Shiskah about 900 B.C. DAVID LAWRENCE what has been described as a government an action ly, of letting General De
politics
soon. Shepard replied that he wasn't adding: "I don'tthink
The parochial schools He was a tough one. He or- WASHINGTON The "coldwar" real crisis in Latin American which precipitated an increase Gaulle try for it. For unless
com- I should
at this
time.
"That's to
say more just keep
plain that they are being discriminated them on their toes," he said later. ganized an army of Libyan is getting hotter, but the affairs. But even though the in British French and Secretary McNamara comes
against by not receiving mercenaries and took the United States is not facingup missiles have been with- Spanish trade with Cuba it back from South Vietnam per-
federal appropriations. S throne. He invaded Judah to the real enemy. A lot drawn, there has been no let- is up to the United States to suaded that a military solu-

If Congress gives mon- FORM SHEET: Two White House aides, Theodore Sorensen and sacked Jerusalem, of talk is heard about inten- up in the Soviet Union's mili- use every resource at its command tion is possible, the alternativeto

ey to parochial schools we and Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., are writing books about President leaving looted cities behind sifying America's military action tary support and there is of- including economic trying for the general neu-
will be discriminating againstthe John F. Kennedy. Sorensen was asked who's would be out him, perhaps the one now be- in South Viet Nam, but ficial confirmation of the fact power, to draw a line be- tralization of the whole region
other religions. first. He said Schlesinger's. "Why! He said it would take hima ing explored. All Egypt came not a word of denunciation is that Cuban troops are being tween the free world and the may be collapse and defeatin

Parents who send their chil- year to write his book, and you say you can do yours in under his rule. In First being committed in Southeast trained by Russian technicians. slave world. Saigon.At .
dren to parochial schools ad- six months." "Yes, but when he says a year he means six Kings 11:40 we read: "And Asia and other parts of the A recent report by the There are supposed to be present our position in
vocate that they are paying months, and when I say six months I mean a year." Jeroboam arose and fled (to world by the Communist regimes Organization of American approximately 15,000 American Vietnam is like that of a man
money to send their childrento escape the wrath of Solomon) in Peiping and Mos- States shows clearly an attempt troops in South Viet Nam. on a bicycle who must keep
these schools while paying into Egypt unto Shiskah, by the Soviet govern- Already, American casual- going in order not to fall down.I .
taxes to support public MECHANIZED SIESTA: A newsman who telephoned the king of Egypt, and was in cow.The American people are ment to use Castro's apparatus ties number nearly 200 dead think we must and should
Federal aid to Catholic ones.insti- Portugese embassy at 2:25: p.m. a few days ago got this response Egypt until the death of Solo disturbed about the South Vi- as a means of overthrowing and many more have been keep going. We must not and
tutions : "This is the embassy of Portugal. Unfortunately no mon." et Nam situation. Many members the government of Vene- wounded. Congress has not we cannot withdraw. We must
would make the tax
one is here at the moment. Please state business.
your Speak debat- zuela. authorized the armed forcesof
of Congress are try to avoid the defeat which
with children in
payers public clearly. This is Other secrets will come
schools (who are definitely in a recording. from the dead ing it, and the controversywill Whether it is in Latin Amer- the United _States to go to the neutralization of South
city.
the doubtless become a cam- ica or in Africa or in South- Southeast Asia, as is custom- Vietnam alone would mean.
support majority schools) pay whose money princi-to YOUNG BUDDIES: Clark Raymond Molenhoff, Jr., whose pa From many parts of earth, paign issue. It is being sug- east Asia or even ,in Cyprus, ary when a military action is What we should do, I
ples they might not believe in. has been delving deeply into the Bobby Baker affair, and Robert cities long destroyed and lost gested on Capitol Hill that the handiwork of the Com- pursued. The reason given is believe, is to make plans and
G. Baker, Jr., whose father's business is being delved did they munists is visible to the nak- that American
Families who send their high pose a question. Why the United States ought to pur- troops are in dispositions for the continu-
school graduates to private into, are members of the same Boy Scout troop, play basket- die? Was it by fire and flame sue the war to a finish or get ed eye. But the Western gov- South Viet Nam at the re- ing presence of American power -
colleges are paying hand- ball together on a school playground, and get along very wellin set by a conquering army? out of Southeast Asia. ernments seem too much inclined quest of the government there. in this area in order that,
spite of their respective old men. Or did the people simply the center of But while this has
somely to do this but are also What generally seems to be to ignore accountedfor if and when general neutral
paying taxes to support pub- move away because the wells o v e r looked in Washington, responsibility for these trou- the utilization of American ization is proposed, we shall
lic institutions. Private colleges dried up and drought killed however, is that the real culprits bles and to prefer to consider military forces in some instances have signifiant bargaining po
receive no help (finan- the soil? Some, we know, are the Soviet Union and them as "local." in the past, there wer.
cially) from the federal gov- 1YaQM R. were on trade routes and Red Chi n a. There probably usually has been a move-
ernment so why should parochial 9kUl withered away when the car- would be no war between WHAT COMPLICATES the ment to get an authorizationfrom THOUGH A GENERAL
schools? Public schoolsare d4 avans ceased to come. North and South Viet Nam today situation is the bungling of Congress, as the Constitution neutralization of the area
placed at the disposal of ) LLL tff if the Communists were foreign policy in the United requires. would certainly be difficult to
everyone. If a family wishes SA'ID IYEH was on the not supplying the arms and States, Great Britain and bring about, it is not incon-
old trade route between Egy- munitions and the technical France. There is a failure to ECONOMIC pressure can ceivable and it is not altogether I
pt and Damascus. Damascusis advisers trained in guerrilla come to grips with the basic be employed as a powerful impossible.Ho .
oldest continuously inhabited warfare. The fact that the problem whether the Soviet alternative to military action. Chi ,Minh in North Vietnam
:-=- POTOMAC FEVER city in the world. It nev- North Viet namese are sup- Union and the Red China The big decision that will has no desire to be ruled
er lapsed into ruin or be- posed to be irregulars and regime are going to be per- have to be made by countrieslike by the Chinese. Access to the
By Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau came a village. "guerrillas" seems to be accepted mitted to continue their acts Great Britain and Franceis food grown in the south wouldbe
Bitumen, found on the skeleton as an excuse for avoid- of aggression against the free whether the pursuit of ma- tempting to him. The re- ; .
stagnation LBJ says he's against "stag government.. Fair enough, but is he against in Sa'id Iyeh moved ing the real issue the placing world their interference with terial gain is more importantthan duction of the risk and threatof

along the trade route. It was, of responsibility on the the operations of independent the use of economic a great war between China .
-James R. Hoffa -- and is, a Mesopotamian raw governments which are financing governments, and their threatsto boycott to stop the build up and the United States would "
:ful is outraged at his conviction on jury-meddling charges. Care- material. Noah used it to wa- training and supportingthe the peace of the world. It of Communist strength in var- be a benefit to him.
Jimmy.
: Tamper, tamper. __ terproof his ark. In Genesiswe guerrillas. is often suggested that the ious parts of the world. As for Red China itself,
read that the builders of matter be taken before the Unless action is taken to fix there is always the problem -
-The House rules committee votes to boost congressmen's salaries $10,000. the tower of Babel had THE PHRASE "cold war" United Nations, but this organization the blame publicly and to of the long disputed and dangerous

,THis...... isn't just a war on poverty-it's a holocaust. "slime" for mortar. Bitumen nowadays is for the most part now is under the con- arouse world opinion, the frontier with the Sov-
-- flows up like black slime before supposed to imply the use of trol of the Communist bloc. United States will sooner or iet Union in the north and
The Air Force is of its a
proud new A-ll fighter. At 2,000 miles an hour, it's it hardens. Herodotussaid subversion and infiltration Nevertheless the sentiment later find itself forced into a bargain which tranquilized the
lete.the only plane we've got that can get where it's going before it becomes obso that bitumen was usedto rather than military action. here in Washington is that the shooting war. This can be borderlands on the south \

build the walls of Baby- Yet in various parts of the United States should make its avoided by taking firm and might therefore be attractive. '
-- lon. The town of Hit on the globe the Communists are actually fight in the court of public resolute steps now to mobilize I am not forgetting that it
Goldwater fans disclaim his for right ,label. Even ;his foes, after listening to hisSpeeches Euphrates has been a sourceof behind the military opinion throughout the world. world opinion against the two is easier to fail than to sj&

>> agree he isn't altogether right._ bitumen for more than movements. The fact that the The feeling is growing that go..emmentsthe Soviet and ceed. But the futon wuld r>*

five thousand years. Soviet Union became involved even .though a blunder has Red Chinese which are re- brighter if some kind of
President Johnson names 10 women to high government posts. In this campaign One is uneasy in the pres- in est a b lishing military been made in the sale of sponsible for the many local solution could be brought political ;
the Democrats intend to skirt the issues. ence of dead cities. bases on Cuban soil led to American wheat to the Soviet wars throughout the globe. about.'I ".

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B. HAEKISON. PrciMeat ..4 C. L. SULZBERGER the accumulating tragedy. In mier General Plastiras, with est, intelligent and in fact a

: PAT COWLES. Vice Prctl 3frm turk! (Timrfi 1955 Papagos lay dying but whom he had once sworn never gentleman." But the politicians -
\ | ED JOHNSON. Vie Preside CAIRO There is his ministers kept assuring to shake hands. So he bypassed forced Pipinellis out. Aft
: Florida's '''' ud ExeeatlT* Editori W. G. BID) something -
Beautiful "J' .' EBEBSOIE Vice President aide At- Sophoclean in the tragic Paul the illness was not ser- obvious claimants to er last autumn's election the

.... University City' iilng Director BOB TABTAC- By RALPH McGILL death of King Paul of the ious. He visited the ailing the prime ministry and, some- present premier; Papandreou,
r _. LIONE. Tie Pr*>lduU and CiremItlo *- field marshal and concluded what high handedly, asked
-- PaU&&er Prize Winning FshlUher Hellenes admist the worst of : took over and his mandate
I ...... >.Muster. 01 U. AUMU. (Ga.) nut.UM all the Cyprus crises. For, in "I don't know what kind of a Karamanlis, the obscure minister was subsequently reinforced.

t 1 z way, it was he who first game my ministers are trying of roads, to succeed Pa.
: THE SUN'S POLICY to play with me but I fear pagos.
t SecretsFrom started the drama towards it PAUL BELIEVED he must
1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. furious denouement.In Papagos will leave us very Karamanlis governed efficiently rule as well as reign althoughhe

1, ; ....... 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only' in-editorials, July, 1948, shortly after soon." but autocratically until had democratic personal
4 : 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. he ascended the throne, Paul he broke with the King him- feelings and indeed, once

..::. The Sun's telephones: All Department! -372-8441 laid claim to the island, thena PAUL WAS FED up with self last summer and resigned. worked under an assumed
l
\\ British colony. In exchangehe his bickering political leaders. Paul replaced him with a name in an English aircraft

r jjrr 1... 376-4672 BelowArcheologists offered Britain base facilities Prior to Papagos he had already career diplomat, Pipinellis, factory. He thought what he
in Crete or anywhere in had to accept as Pre- because he thought him..!'hon- called "Kingmanship" was
-

r \\ I i can set the Greece.The immediate result of this BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandi unlike an active the profession Scandinavian and monarchies that,

I : --- Atlanta Is SlippingI imagination to dancingIn suggestion was a personal where kings didn'tplay

from an important role, a real
the Jordan message King GeorgeVI
Valley
:: ""it is sad to see Atlanta which had efforts to negotiate opening of the news story, some 70,miles saysa conveyed by British Ambassador t- ;-- PROTECT sovereign was "n e c e s s ary

r ...taken pride in its relatively enlight. remaining eating houses a numberlire northeast of Jerusalem dig- Sir Clifford Norton, tRIIYELt GOD in Greece because otherwise"
there would be chaos.
I \ 2 ened race relations in the midsissrf already desegregated.As gers have uncovered the saying as Paul would amus-

: backward Georgia, taking backward ruins of a city that was per- edly recoil ect: "He didn't He felt a strong -man"1'was

the Atlanta Constitution pointed haps more than 1,000 years want me breaking up his em- required "at,the heads of any
steps.
"* old when Christ was born. pire." ,1 democracy and kings in..the
4 f'.. out on its editorial page (in a discussion ("If I forget thee, 0 Jerusalem WHILE PAUL thought Cyprus future will have to take more

For example, consider the 18. of the public accommoda. let my right hand forgetits with its 80 percent Greek- 1P positive decisions as the need

month sentence and $1,000 fine imposed tions section of the federal civil cunning.") speaking pop u 1 ation should for decision making inceases.

? on an 18-year-old college girl rights bill now before Congress), The bejeweled skeleton of come under Athens' sover- I The method.of ruling is DOW

: for taking part in a peaceful restaurant the equal accommodations principleis a won\an lay in the richest eignty, he nevertheless opposed ( more democratic but the*role
the use of force to attain of a king i, justas essential
Z sit-in and the jail sentence not new in Georgia. In the state's tomb ever found in the ancient -
his goal. Twice Field Mar- # as in earlier days.
$ .meted out to one of her character early days it carried over into its valley. There were ash- shal Papagos, his prime minister :. .t : -t -
es in the ovens and grains of :
: witnesses for expressing fear of the statutes the English common law wheat in the storage bins. asked the King's per- "PEO LE'NEED 'a responsible -

: justice of Southern courts. provision "requiring innkeepers to The ashes glowed under mission to send the then Colonel and permanent, symboland
Grivas, a Cyprus born a king can serve as a-repository
provide lodgings, if available, to any cooking pots in an estimated U
it officer on the Greek general of knowledge as. he
Atlanta has had out-of-state respectable able to 800 B. C. Bronze vessels of
an person pay.
staff, to raise a Cypriote rebellion gains experience. He: must bea
the type used in King Solomon's
Southern clergyman in jail for a and twice Paul re non political figure who

long term for an attempted kneel- A good many important whites in unearthed mighty- temple the first were fused. However, when the ? can work with any kind of government -
ever
: in in a church. Atlanta joined this fall in urging the found. King was traveling outside xcept the Com
,. -- Greece Papagos sent Grivas munists.." And for Paul, kings
hold-out restaurants hotels and
.
w secretly to Cyprus and he .- constituted spec ial club,
The college student, :Mardon Rose movie theaters to desegregate p&ce- IN THE TOMB of the started the Eoka movementthat bound by loyalty to each other

: Walker of Connecticut College, vas fully. Some failed to do so. Since young woman, or girl, the fought the British. t4hca; ts even if driven from their

: the first of 29 persons to be tried then, Atlanta police, prosecutors and diggers found 670 orange car- From that moment the King "You must think God is pretty weak if he needs your thrones, "Once a king:always -
flesh
,nelian ( colored) beads
began to lose influence over protection!L" a king," he psed to '
under the "trespass" law since the courts have been making Atlanta 72 gold beads, four ivory say.

:. renewal' of sit-ins this winter. Sit-ins look like the Georgia backwoods instead boxes, a set of silver pins

began again only after prolonged of the enlightened metropolis. and breastplates. S o m eone DEAN OF_ INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUllNISTSA
had loved her well and supplied
her with jewels to

I wear in the afterlife. One


Voice of the People may tries"Dark-eyed have to looked.imagine, how she Neutral Southeast Asia



0 woman fo my dreams By WALTER LIPPMANNThe Yet this poses a grave question probable that Americans will Such a neutralization of

_ On The Sun's Opinion Page Ivory sandaled, Vietnamese war poses for public men and for be able to fight a 25-year war South Vietnam would Indeedbe
There is none like thee the difficult questions of whether the responsible press. Should on the mainland of Asia; it is, a defeat for the United
the dancers it can be discussed responsibly States, and it is in order to
,
Opinions and comments of Sun readers arc welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters among they hide from our people this I am convinced by the spec-
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should None with thy swift feet. in public. For any prevent such a defeat that
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only I one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The I have not found thee in discussion of the problem of undeclared quasi-war, which ialists I have talked to, most General De Gaulle's intervention -
i Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or the tents, the war is an admission that has been waged surreptitiouslyand improbable that what is essentially in Southeast Asia is rele-

F. intent. In the broken darkness. there is a problem, and this can lead either to a defeat a civil war in the vant.

Church Schools their child to attend a Catho- hance the social climate of I have not found thee at; carries with it some doubt or to a full.scale war of south can be stopped by General De Gaulle is not

lic school, it is their prerogative our country. I disagree. To the well-head about the success of a military incalculable consequences? bombing cities in the north. proposing the neutralization of

And Fed. Aid to do so but they should do this would be to sacrificeone Among the women with pit solution by the methodswe It would not be necessary The nearer and the actual South Vietnam. He is propos.

not expect governmental help.It of the principles of the chers. are now employing.To to discuss the Vietnamese war danger is that the governmentin ing the neutralization of what

EDITOR, Sun: The issue of should be the churches' Constitution. If we sacrifice, Thine arms are as a young admit that there is any seriously if the choice beforeus Saigon will be overturned, used to be French IndoChina -

federal aid to parochial duty to support their schools., our principles, what have we sapling under the bark; doubt at all might, there is were, on the one hand, to as it has been twice in the and, if possible, the
schools will be one of the prob**" not the government. -to base our integrity and pres- Thy face as a river with reason to fear, trigger the keep on doing what we are past few months. It might be whole of.Southeast Asia of
lems confronting Congress. I There is the argument that tige upon? lights. ." collapse of the very fragile doing in South Vietnam if overturned by a junta which NQrth and South Vietnam,
have read about this subjectand federal aid to all schools, public Ezra Pound, fighting morale of the South necessary for 25 years or will call for the end of the Laos, Cambodia and perhaps

would like to state my and private, would en FRANK SULE: "Dance Figure"One Vietnamese government and on the other hands, to win the war, the neutralization 0 f Thailand and Burma as well.
views. skeleton was found people. I think this may well war in South Vietnam by attacking South Vietnam and the departure This general neutralizationwould

: \ Federal aid to any church coated with bitumen, the first be true and that the officials North Vietman. of the Americans. be under international

:I supported institution, Catho- Washington MemoJUST such discovered in the H o 1 y who keep wishing that Sena- Something very like this has guarantees given by Red

lic or otherwise, is in direct Land. It was a crude at- tor Manfield would be silent FOR MYSELF, I do not be- already happened on a small China, the Soviet Union,

violation of the First Amend. tempt by embalmers to imitate and that the press would not lieve that this is the real scale in Cambodia, an adjoin- France, Great Britain, India

ment of the Constitution. If FOLKS, NEIGHBORS: It would be wrong to harbor the mumies of the Egyp talk about the matter are not choice which confronts us. It ing part of what used to be and the United States.

I. Congress appropriates money the idea that jour government and ours is just a big, mean, in- tians. beset by imaginary fears. is, I believe, supremely im- IndoChina.will .

I solely to the Catholics, this human collection of adding machines. The government can QUITE OBVIOUSLY, sucha
.1 would be destroying the separation be playful, even cute. Witness the sign on a flowerbed in the THE EXCAVATIONS are present a program at the political solution would be -
of church and state, a park across the street from the White House: "Tulips sleeping being made near the town COLORED NEWSB. Greater Ft. Clark B apt is t very difficult to work out, andit
principle for which our fore- here." which now has the Arabic Church. today at 7 p.m. may well be that it is now

fathers ardently fought. If the name of Sa'id Iyeh. It may Following the program, refreshments too late to attempt it, becausethe
Catholic schools are given have been the Old Testamentcity F. Childs, Colored News Editor will be served. situation in the south has

: federal aid the Baptists Methodists THE DANGLE: Astronaut Alan Shepard, who has a New of Zarethan. The theorynow NOTICE NOTICE been deteriorating so rapidly.I .
J ; Presbyterians. Englander's of humor is that the city was at- Ministers PERSONALSMiss am, nevertheless, ,In favor
two-edged sense received a letter recently The 5th Deacons, The convocation of the East I
t I are going to want it, and by asking whether he, like John Glenn, was going into tacked by the Egyptian Phar- Laymen's and Woman's Union Side Church of God in Christ begins Mary H. Jackson and< of trying for it or, more exactI I
right, should be entitled to it. politics that he oah Shiskah about 900 B.C. Miss Hattie W. Aaron, both of ly, of letting General De
and
soon. Shepard replied wasn't, adding: "I don't will meet at the Mt. Olive Prim tomorrow lasts to
The parochial schools complain think I should say more at this time." "That's just to keep He was a tough one. He or- itive Baptist in a business meet March 15. Elder J. C. Carter, DeLand, were visiting here Gaulle try for it. Forunless

that they are being discriminated them on their toes," he said later. ganized an army of Libyan ing on March 12. pastor; Mrs. Eula Taylor, re-yesterday.Mrs. Secretary McNamara comes
I mercenaries and took the Carrie Williams returned back from
against by not receiving During the meeting, there will porter. South Vietnam Persuaded -
throne. He invaded Jud- here yesterday from Washington that
federal appropria- a military sOlu.
be the election of officers. The I
I: tions. If Congress gives money FORM SHEET: Two White -House aides, Theodore Sorensen ah and sacked Jerusalem, contestants are: Miss Patricia' CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS D. C., where she was tion is possible, the alternativeto

I'' to parochial schools, we and Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., are writing books about Presi- leaving looted cities behind Dunn and Miss Brenda Norman. called because of business. trying for the general neutralization -
I will be discriminating against dent John F. Kennedy. Sorensen was asked who's would be out him, perhaps the one now be- The of the is I Shady Grove Primitive Bap- Mrs. Willie Mae Douglas and of the whole region
the other religions. first. He said Schlesinger's. 'Why! He said it would take hima ing explored. All Egypt came asked.cooperation public tist Easter practice has be- son, Jim, of Miami, w ere may be collapse and defeatin

J I' Parents who send their chil- year to write his book, and you say you can do yours in under his rule. In First gun each Tuesday at 8 p.m. weekend visitors here. Saigon. .

dren to parochial schools advocate six months." "Yes, but when he says a year he means six Kings, 11:40 we read: "And Mt. Cannel Baptist There Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fraser At present our position In ,

i that they are paying months, and when I say six months I mean a year." Jeroboam arose and fled (to SINGERS TO APPEARThe will be mid-week prayer serv and daughter, Madge, all of Vietnam is like that of a man

money to send their children escape the wrath of Solomon) Gospel Harmonets, singers ices tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. Atlanta, Ga., whose visit here on & bicycle.who must keep I

I to these schools while paying MECHANIZED SIESTA: A newsman who telephoned the into Egypt, unto Shiskah, of the Mt. Herman Baptist Youth Forum Wednesday at for the past two weeks has going in orderpot to fall down.

I taxes to support public ones. Portugese embassy at 2:25 p.m. a few days ago got this response king of Egypt, and was in Church, will appear in a musical -7:30: p.m., also Choirs No.s 1 and been pleasant, left yesterday I think we must and should I

Federal aid to Catholic insti- : "This is the embassy of Portugal. Unfortunately no Egypt until the death of Solo- I. recital at the Church of God 2 will have their rehearsal andUshers' for their home. keep going. We must not and ,

tutions would make the tax one is here at the moment. Please state your business. Speak mon." in Christ with Bishop Henry Board meets at 8 p.m.; Miss Annie M. Smith, of we cannot withdraw. We must

payers with children in public clearly. This is a recording. Other secrets will come Williams, pastor, on March 15! and there will be Teachers Tampa, passed through Gainesville try to avoid the defeat which i
schools (who are definitely in from the dead city. at 8 p.m.MAKES Meeting on Thursday at 7:30p.m. yesterday en route to the neutralization of South

the majority) pay money to YOUNG BUDDIES: Clark Raymond Molenhoff, Jr., whose Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; Jacksonville.Miss Vietnam alone would mean.
support schools whose princi- has been delving deeply into the Bobby Baker affair, and Robert pa- From many parts of earth, HONOR ROLL Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, report. Mary Dorsey, of Oca- What we should do,* I (
cities and lost
long destroyed
ples they might not believe in. G. Baker, Jr., whose father's business is being delved er.Church la, passed through Gainesvil believe is ,to make: plans and
a question. Why did they Among the 48 students who of God Faith No.
pose by
Families who send their yesterday en route
high to visit at
into dispositions for the
members of the
are same Boy Scout continuing -
basket-
school graduates to private troop, play die? Was it by fire and flame made the honor roll at Gibbs 1 Sunday School at 10 a.m.; the Florida A. and M. University .
ball of
school American
together on a playground, and well presence -
!
get'along very set by a conquering ? Junior College at St. Petersburg Bible 12 power
army Study, noon W.W.C.
; colleges are paying hand. in spite of. their respective old men. ; at Tallahassee. in this area.in order that.
somely to do this but are alsopaying Or did the people simply was Marian Crawford, of 5:45: p.m.; and evening worship, if and when general-- ---neutral-- -- ,

f taxes to support public move away because the wells Gainesville, 3.31. 7:15 p.m. Elder J. E McKnight,
ization is
a
proposed sh
,we >ll
institutions. Private colleges 4FYP4A I dried up and drought killed pastor; R. L. Hutchinson, re @bituaritc have signifiant
receive no help (financially the soil? Some, we k now, NOTICE porter. wer. bargaining po

) from the federal government QM R.9tt were on trade routes and The Band of Christian Indus- PETE DINGLE

I so why should parochial withered away when the car- trial Union will render a wor- MASS MEETING SET Final rites for Pete Dingle of THOUGH A GENERAL

I schools? Public schools J t41, tJilH.-; avans ceased to come. ship and benefit service at the There will be a mass meet- Fairbanks will be held Tuesday, neutralization of the

t are placed at the disposal of ei !e< Zion Temple A.M.E. Zion ing today at 7:30 p.m. at the at 8 p.m. from the Johnson Chapel would certainly be difficult area
to
everyone. If a family wishes t SA'ID IYEH was on the Church Tuesday at 8 p.m. Mt. Cannel Baptist Church, Baptist Church with the bring about, it is not inconceivable
old trade route between Egy- The members and friends are corner of 5th Ave., and 4th ,.Rev. W. J. Taylor officiating. and it is not
pt and Damascus. Damascusis invited. Ave., and 4th Street. Mr. altogeth
Dingle moved to Florida er impossible.
POTOMAC FEVER oldest continuously inhabited This meeting will emphasizethe from St. Stephens, S. C., about Ho Chi Minn in North Vietnam -
city in the world. It never BUSINESS MEETINGThe following items: 30
'-' years ago. He was employedby has.
: no desire to be ruled
: .3, lapsed into ruin or be- Progressive Choirs Union 1. How our community can the Co.
Koppers NW 23rd
on by the Chinese.
,; By Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau came a village. will hold its business meetingsat continue to make progress in Blvd. food Access to the

I LBJ says he's against "stag government.' Fair enough, but. is he againststagnation Bitumen, found on the skeleton the Spring Hill Baptist Church many specific areas. Besides his wife he is survived -be> temntin grown in tn the him south... Th would... ,..._
in Sa'id Iyeh moved today at 8 p.m.WILLISTO 2. How the recent City wide two ---O -"- -- *u p
by sons, Buddy Junior duction of the risk
along the trade route. It was, I Voters Registration drive has and threat ,
Single, of Fairbanks, and Mack of a great war between
China
: -James R. Hoffa is and is, a Mesopotainian raw NEWS increased our city voters' role Williams of Pineville S.C. six
outraged at his conviction on jury-meddling charges. Care- ; and the United States would
material. Noah used it to waterproof NOTE OF SYMPATHY :by> 800 persons through the efforts -
:Jul, Jimmy. Tamper, tamper sisters Elizabeth Davis, S t. be a benefit to him.
-- his ark. In Genesiswe Friends sympathize deeply of several city-wide com Stephens S.C., Leah Governon, As for Red China
read that the builders of with Mrs. G. B. Austin in the munity organizations. itself,
The House rules St. Stephens Matilda Small
; committee votes to boost congressmen's salaries 10000. there is always ,the
the tower of Babel had passing away of her husband, A.B. 3. How as interested citizens i problem
you -
This isn't just a war on poverty-it's a holocaust. Mary Hill and Anita Brown, all of the long, disputed and
.- "slime" for mortar. Bitumen Austin. Mrs. Bessie Mae through your continued of New York; and Loretta frontier dan

The AirForce is proud of its new----A-ll----fighter.-- At- 2,000 miles an hour, it's flows it up hardens.like black Herodotussaid slime before .Wesley reporter. work and voting help to improve Brown of Charleston, S.C.; two iet gerous Union in the with north the, and Sov a.

the only plane we've got that can get where it's going before it becomes obso- that bitumen usedto and make this a better brothers, George and Henry bargain which tranquilized the
AILING
lete. was community.Come Dingle, both of St. Stephens, six borderlands
build the walls of Baby Mrs. Clara Reese is out on the south
ailing atthe help work and vote grandchildren and many nieces might therefore
lon. The town of Hit on the home of her mother, Mrs. for a better all cit be attractive.
comunity and cousins.
Goldwater fans nephews
disclaim his for I
right label. Even his foes, after listening to his am not forgetting
that
Euphrates has been Gertrude Brown. I it
a sourceof izens. .
Interment will be made inSt.
he
speeches, agree isn't altogether right. is easier to fail
bitumen for more than Mrs. Reese is a member of the Stephens. All local arrangements ceed. than to sue !
But the Suture
-
five thousand years. Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church UNION TO PRESENT would b
under the directionof
President
Johnson are
names 10 women to high government posts. In this cam- One is uneasy in the presence Household of Ruth No. 5422 and PROGRAMThe White and brighter if some kind of poli
the Dorsey Funeral
paign, Democrats intend to skirt the Ii tical solution
issues.
__ _ of dead cities. also the Heroines of Jericho. Religious Choirs' Union Home. i aboutl could be brought

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J.Monday March 9. 1964 Gainesville SunWARNING 5I
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r;E McNamara Shown New Battle Plan.



SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP-) I Vietnamese sources said the U.S. Central Intelligence Agen-j i operation. The status of the
U.S. Secretary of Defense Rob I (proposal also calls for some cy and Arthur Sylvester assistant railroad has always been of interest
ert S. McNamara and his aides I' Viet Hum May Shift (form of joint U.S. Vietnamese secretary of defense. to us." ,, I

flew to the Communist-infested I' ,command but this report could Sylvester said .McNamaraasked The show of interest was taken -i,
Mekong Delta today to get a I not be confirmed from Ameri- a lot of questions about i'
closer look at the war against I Troops to River DeltaNamara !can sources. South Viet Nam's only rail line' by some to mean McNamara -
the Viet I I f II is studying the logistical possibilities -1
Cong guerrillas. On the first day of his fact- which runs to the border of the
*
Premier Nguyen Khanh accompanied finding visit McNamara and his J Communist North. of moving the war to! Don't pay unauthorized collectors for

I McNamara to Can by the former ruling I I action, but Khanh wants senior aides went through seven hoursof Asked what kind cf questions,; Communist North Viet Nam., your Gainesville Sun delivery.
i Tho, headquarters of the 4th junta during his visit here in officers to take a more active briefings. The party includes'Sylvester replied: But the rail line is a continual c
Corps Military Zone. December, American sources part j i in the fighting and more Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor chairman i target for mining, sabotage and I 1 1i i
I Vietnamese military sources ground troops to be thrown into of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; ; '"The rate of accidents the ambush, and sections are often 1
1 said Khanh laid a new battle,:said.Both plans call for increased'I battle. i t John McCone, director of the I rate of incidents and the rate of closed for repairs. All authorized newsboys are provided
plan before McNamara Sunday:,
night calling for the shifting of: I with route cards containing the subscrib

delta.areas troops in from the north relatively to the river calm Hope to Cut Sentences of Sinatra KidnapersLOS I, er's name.


U.S. military advisers have -- -- I

been urging more action in the' ANGELES (APFamilies ) -|i '"They told me the verdict:[r The other two defendants were convicted Saturday on all paid $240.000 ransom in small I Subscribers should insist and
delta against the guerrillas, who of two young men sen:'was wrong that it doesn't''were Barry Keenan, also 23, and:I six counts of a federal grand I(bills. The three defendants on a receipt
have been mauling government tenced to life in prison for kid- change their views and that:John Irwin 42. Keenan and jury indictment. ;iwere' arrested a few days later .they should insist that the carrier initials
forces there in recent months. naping Frank Sinatra Jr. hope the sentences were so excessive Amsler. who abducted the 20- by the FBI.Young .
They were both sentenced to
Khanh's battle plan was sim- the sentence will be reducedand as to be beyond the sense of year-old singer from a Lake out the date of payment on that receipt.
life: imprisonment plus 75 Sinatra, after
learningof
ilar to a plan outlined for Mc- attorneys for all three defendants realit)'." Tahoe, Calif., motel Dec. 8, years
i I but first will undergo psychiatric the verdict, said, "The whole
say. they'll appeal the i I examination. Federal Judge(Ibusiness is over with. Let's forget -
INCOME TAX convictions.The William G. East, in sentencingthe ; it."

GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS families and attorneys Unusual Mishaps Boost : pair Saturday said their: Frank,Sinatra Sr. said: "The DON'T PAY UNAUTHORIZED
contend the jury was wrong. prison terms may be modified
jury has rendered a just verdict
I Attorney George Forde, after Weekend Fatalities to 14ami I i after the tests are completed in and we are happy that they and
I about 90 days at the Federal COLLECTORS!
to the of 23- the court not confused
| 1328 NW ,speaking family I were by
6th St. FR 6.2924 I
Medical; in j
I I}'ear-old Joseph Amsler, said: Facility Springfield, the false statements and innuendoes I
By TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS was killed when a light:Mo. ,
made during the trial...
I
I old stove, an airplane plane crashed near Arcadia :
i I Irwin's "We this will end
I'crash' sentencing was post- hope put an
I .1l1,1, I'I/rl/, ', I liir r/,!i,+ ,''I/1/, i'IiV, INr4 1i111Nrrir I f1}, i l + li ''! a man o' war sting and a Peter Dingle, 62 of Fairbanks -1;;poned pending completion of a;to what was a very painful in- IF IN DOUBT CALL THE CIRCULATION
,,L.,, 11 1 1'1, t l h ,I h ,14 I, :'runaway car contributed deaths| died in a three-car collision |probation report. He was convicted -i icident in our lives"
'this weekend accident
to Florida
,1. a ; near his home and Augus-I on five counts, could 9
toll that claimed at least 14 DEPARTMENT BEFORE MAKING YOUR
,tine Cora, 30, a migrant workerwas ;|serve 75 years in prison. He II
lives. killed! when struck while,i I was acquitted of taking part in PROPANE
Ia IT t Four-year-old James Thomas:crossing state road 7 near West i the actual abduction, for which : PAYMENT. THANK YOU. 3728441.

:;Younis died of a broken neck';,Palm Beach. !i the others got life terms. t
:after a discarded kitchen stove i i i LP.c
L1dARKET''I' !toppled on him in the backyardof Two Negroes drowned when The defense throughout the
trial maintained the
![ kidnaping
c
: his Jacksonville home. ;their fishing boat overturned in I HOTTER THANNATURAL
> l was a publicity stunt and that
}'a
r= '::,:,,, .+"'I', ,",'"III,7i'(,,I:":':,1/:::ill;::I:h'::Ij:111:: :"/1:::: :I!,:::;;: ,": '!hdl;r1;':/ ': i Anthony Jackson, 4, of Lakeland i lake near Lakeland. I young Sinatra knew about it in i GAS
i '' ,''I. ,1I'1" ;l III, (1ahtezuil1cl
to( ,91"I: : :";:m 0 R'ijkHI: : ':1 "'r'' +'/ ';;H:1jjJ';: : : '",'reslll/Ilit'100,1+::::: / :' : : 1IC.IIj'lln:,', 11 i was killed when a runaway -! Traffic accidents took the lives;i advance. The jury rejected the I Cook & Heat Water U1tI
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JACKSON'S i ily's car sitting in a service;,go Ruth Allchin, 25, of Opa-,; Young Sinatra was released 1
NEW LOW Everyday PRICES .station. !Locka, and Frances Winstead,I Dec. 11 near his mother's Bel I FR 6-5110

I PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR GAINESVILLE STORES The body of Willie Foster 43, of Sarasota. Air home after his famed father I .I I

1234 NW 16th Ave. 1023 SE 4th Ave. 'Weed, 52, of Ruskin, was found 1 1I I

3725 W. University Ave. 3809 E. University Ave. near the Manatee-Hillsborough 1 Young Cancer
|County line. Highway patrolmen;
2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW 16th Boulevard ,
said he was a hit and run vie-
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4105 NW 13th St. tim.
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ALL BRANDS-KING SIZEFILTERREGULARSCigarettes 'I''!Goodman 73, died at Miami I: Other Eye
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Carton !io' war sting. I Wray, a 2-year-old cancer victim -- .

!i Ernest McKenzie, 39, fell to''I who received gifts i at
GRADE A LARGE FRESH FLORIDA :'his death from a tree in Miami:;Christmas from hundreds of

I land Ralph Edwin Langston, 23,i I
I r EGGS persons throughout the nation, /
Dozen Jn Carton 49 !of Jacksonville died when a:
i will have her remaining e>'e removed "
I I house trailer fell on him. ,
10oz. 6 BOTTLE CARTON I i W C. Bergstrom, 47, of Mi- today. .
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ISSUE: 'CITY COMMISSION MEMBERS INCLUDING THE MAYOR SHOULD RECEIVE ..
COMPENSATION OF AT LEAST $3600.00 PER YEAR. WITH SOMEWHAT ...means she has faith in what she reads there. You've said it

MORE FOR THE MAYOR. FOR THE TIME THEY MUST SPEND STUDYING THE yourself many a time. You have confidence that it's true if you ,..
PROBLEMS OF THE CITY IN ORDER TO MAKE CITY POLICY. IT IS RECOGNIZED
1 THAT THE SUGGESTED COMPENSATION IS INADEQUATE FOR THE TIME DEMANDED read it in the paper. And that's a good place for an advertiser .

OF THEM IN MEETING THE PROBLEMS OF GAINESILLE AND IS to be, surrounded by news and editorial features that people feel

BELOW THE LEVEL OTHER CITIES OF COMPARABLE SIZE PAY THEIR COUNCILMEN are authoritative. According to an actual survey 8 out of 10

HERE/ARE THE NAMES OF THE PEOPLE WHO PREPARED THE REPORT: THEY people felt that newspapers are "reliable"and "dependable;"

ARE THE MEMBERS OF THE ISSUES COMMITTEE OF THE CAA. more than 7 out of 10 felt them to be "believable." This receptive 1963 TOTAL AD DOLLARS

ARNOLD F. BUTT PHILIP PAYNE (On Leave) frame of mind extends to the advertising messages. In the same $

) THOMAS COWARD HARRIET WILSON survey, newspaper advertising is rated high in positive, &b $1.04

JOHN J. E.M.MASSON DEGROVE GLADYS BYRON M. KAMMERER M. WINN, CHAIRMANRUTH JR. and low in negative feelings. So whatever you want to sell them,

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SIONERS. HE FEELS THAT PUBLIC SERVICE IS A N OBLIGATION AND RESPONSIBILITY OF CITI- i PrelbatAwy-..... .

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the University of Florida Gym RETAIN-NCAA-- CAGE CROWN- -- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS .... ,,
Friday from morning until TO Kentucky, the Southeastern ." ,. -.., "" '. ,,, .
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school meet its two- NCAA basketball playoffs, \'t ,.v4.: ,"< *,.',,'
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seek 1964 schoolboy honors meets Louisville in the first :F't. ,":' i:" ,."


with sity UF contests court slated from on 9 a.m.the var-up Kentucky Duke and Uclans round Kentucky of the will mid-east play the regionals.winner I :.' :':\. :'< '';. ,, .'.. ,, ..,,*' .,& &"I'B'.V ." ,,' "" ... ,........"' ,...../ .

to a fray that will start at Friday at Minneapolis. Louis- /\ :.;.. ::, : : : : -. ."

9:30: pjn.Only I ville is an at-large entry, while i ...."-'.---. .'_.__...._.,.....,' ...4'48Special \

1 one champion, Hilliard CHICAGO (AP)-All Chicago ranked Michigan, third- and you only get one shot in this Ohio is the mid-America confer-

in Class C, made it back to defend Loyola's Ramblers must do fora I ranked Kentucky, fourth-ranked'II thing," said Ireland, whose ence champion.The Horse Show Attraction

its laurels. successful defense of their national -I Duke and top-ranked UCLA. ninth-ranked Ramblers finished Wildcats hope to salvagesome

,: A Class C game between collegiate basketball titleis 1, Loyola begins its NCAA defense with a 20-5 record. of their national prestigelost The Victor Comptometer Corporation Six-Pony Hitch will give an exhibition of

\ Campbellton and Lake Placid run a probable gauntlet of thecountry's I Tuesday night against I II I An Evanston triumph over I through two late season de i teamwork and skill during the annual Gainesville Horse Show March 19-21 at

> will start the tourney at 9 a.m. four top teams. i champion Murray State of the i iI' i Murray State would take Ire feats. Kentucky lost two of its the Waldo Road grounds. The matched Shetlands perform precision maneuvers.SHOWS .

"We think we're good Ohio Valley Conference at Evanston land's Ramblers to Minneapolisfor --
as as last three
At 10:30: a.m., Madison meets I' II regular season games,
1 said Rambler Coach Ill. and Ireland is putting a Friday night meeting with
anybody,
Zcphyrhills in a Class B game. but won the big one, a victoryover UP LATE IN CAMP
That is the morning session. George Ireland today in con-I first things first. I Michigan, which captured the'I' Tennessee which clinchedthe

templating possible showdowns,I "Like the coaching code says, Big Ten berth in the Mideast SEC title.

I Other Games in order, against nationally sec- we'll play 'em one at a time,I Regional.The .
In the other
Afternoon play begins at 1 Michigan Loyola winner games last week
I
p. m. when Hilliard goes probably will face Kentucky in Georgia finish beat Florida State 85-70 Jimenez Gets Fine
to with
3-1 record in its
a
against Lakeland Santa Fe in the Mideast title game at Minneapolis .
coliseum
new and Tennessee
Class C. At 2:30 p.m., Malone Saturday night. I

meets Mount Dora in Class B.4 Twin Bill Opens The survivor at Minneapolis I topped Florida 59-58 to tie Geor- MURRAY CHASS The Dominican native in- with
Tech for second in I By was a salary dispute Finley.
t NCAA gia place the I II I
The 4 p.m. game will send goes to the March 20 SEC volved in another kind of revolution -! The former Detroit star report-
standings. Associated Writer
Plant City against Rivie- M. semifinals at Kansas City Press Sports I in 1962. As the season rolled'edly wants $54,000, the same
ra Beach in Class A. against champion of the East Tennessee and Tech finished Manny Jimenez of the Kansas I II
along in July, Jimenez was amount he earned last
The night session promisesthree NCAA Tourney I Regional at Raleigh, N.C., with 9-5 conference records behind City Athletics, whom Charles 0. .' leading the league with a .350 with the Tigers. Finley, Colavitosaid year

standout battles. Pensa- which figures to be Duke.It Kentucky's 11-3. This wasTech's Fialey once ordered to hit home I batting average. I Sunday night, has offered

cola meets Tampa Hillsbor- was the semifinal and final last season in the SEC as runs, finds himself in a revolt- I Then, owner Finley stepped him $47,500.

ough at 6:30: p. m., Palat- I By BOB GREEN i fending champion Chicago Loy- NCAA rounds at Louisville that the Yellow Jackets leave the ing situation. I'',into the picture. He told Hank I I "I am not asking for a raise,"

ka takes on Daytona Beach Associated Press Sports Writer 'ola, 20-5 vs. Murray State, 158.The Loyola caught fire last year. conference on June 30. The young outfielder from the\Bauer, then managing the;the slugger said at his Temple,

Seabreeze at 8 and Cocoa bat:I Eugene games have Utah The Ramblers spanked Duke SOUTHEASTERN Dominican Republic reported to team: I Pa., home. "He (Finley) is trying .
Miami High at 9:30.: I A doubleheader in Dallas and 91-75 and the following night (FINAL STANDINGS) I the Athletics' camp at Braden-
tles State 20-6, against Arizona Conference I "I don't pay Jimenez to hit to cut me $\.50O. .1 am
Class AA race is wide a three-game affair in Philadelphia rallied to dethrone favored Cin- W All Games ton, Fla., Sunday, four days, 1 I
The State, 16-10, and Oregon State L Pet. W L Pet. I singles. Jimenez is a smart definitely not moving from here
with all four competing tonight open the long, 253's.. Seattle. 20-5. cinnati 60-58 in overtime. x-KV. ...... 11 3 .186 21 4 .8AO Cuban and he's for sin-1 until I
open !' [ Ga Tech ...... 9 5.643 11 9 .654 late.His going. sign my contract or come
teams rated about equal. In, spread out NCAA basketball The winners the various This year's lower bracket finalist Term ........ 9 5 .643 16 8 .661 tardiness cost him $200. I gles and a better average. You ''to an agreement."
in ......
Georgia 8 6 .57)) 12 14
Class A, Riviera Beach loomsas J I tournament that reaches a climax -I first round then advance at Kansas City is expected LSU .......... I 6 .511 12 13 .A62.480 I Asked why he was late, the get him in your office and get

a solid favorite although tradition -. in Kansas City March 21. games to be unbeaten UCLA, whose Vandv ........ 8 6.57)) 19 6 .760 25-year-old Jimenez replied:: another Cuban to interpret and Very Fair
along with the teams drawing ......
A'bama 7 7 .500 14 11 .560
will ride a long way Other first round games in the high point in a 25-0 season wasa Miss. .......... 7 7 .500 12 12 .500 i"I have to fight in revolu- bang your fist on the desk. We'll Finley, at Bradenton, said:
I I to
byes, regional championshipsat
strong Daytona 25-team field that was com-I 98-80 conquest of Michigan in Auburn ...... 6 I .A29 11 12 .A6' tion." what "I feel we have been very
with always Raleigh, N.C., Minneapolis Florida ...... 6 8 .A29 12 10 .545 see happens.
Beach Seabreeze. Malone and I I Ipleted just last Saturday are the Los Angeles Classic in December. Miss. st. .".... 4 10 .286 9 17 .346 I i Eddie who fair with Colavito. We have
.1 Manager Lopat,
Wichita and Corvallis Ore. Fri. .. ..
rated the scheduled in Evanston, Ill. and Tulane 1 13 .071 1 22 .043 I Dropped Down gone as far as we are going to
Mount Dora are assessed the fine countered
x-Conference champion.Ramsey :
and !
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Saturday.
'I day Everyone what with him.
of the Class B entrants Eugene, Ore. Tuesday. saw happened.By go
stronger while Campbellton gets II The first round pairings in Skipping the first round actionare 1\\ "I don't" see any bullet holesin July 27, Jimenez dropped to In Sunday's exhibition games,

C. Philadelphia have Connecticut, Duke, Kentucky, San Fran you. second in the league with a .337 Willie Mays cracked the first

the The nod state in Class meet this year j I,14-10, vs. Temple, 17-7; Princeton -I cisco, top-ranked and unbeaten I "I too good a shot," Manny mark. I home run in Phoenix' new Mu-

marks procedure in that I 19-7, vs. Virginia Military,I UCLA, Kansas State, Wichita, SaidSuccessor I explained. "They no get to me. Jimenez was even sadder at :nicipal Stadium as San Fran-
new
a
teamsin 12-11; and Villanova 22-3. vs. and Michigan.The I There are no taxis. Tney no like the end of the season. His aver- cisco whipped Cleveland for the
of
field eight j
the each bulky class was trimmed in'j',Providence, 20-5. Regional Winners ad- I taxis. They shoot at them. I age dropped to .301, and he hit second time in two days 6-2. The

At Dallas it's Texas A&M I have to walk to airport, take only 11 home runs. Giants won Saturday 4-2.
half by the institution of regional vance to the finals at Kansas "
in 1964. 18-6, vs. Texas Western, 23-2, I To back trails. Another Kansas City outfielder The Chicago Cubs' A team,
play
tourney and Creighton, 21-5, vs. Okla- City.Other I None Recently Rocky Colavito, is engaged downed Boston 9-6 with Don I

Champs Lose homa City, 15-10. tourney action this' Now all students Landrum getting five hits for
of current i I
Florida High, Class B I At Evanston it's Louisville, week has the opening of the: I events know that revolutionsoccur LincolnLoses the winners. The Cubs' B team

lost out in I de-I NAIA small college tourney in Ii I dropped a 4-2 decision to the Los
champs a year ago, 15-9, vs. Ohio U., 19-5; and in the Dominican almostas
a first-round regional game. i Kansas City today and first-!! Adolph RuppWhen often as the Mets lose ball Angeles Angels.The .

both round play in the National Invitation : New York Mets
Deland Class A. I completed -
and ,
I II I games. But if there was an uprising III
I in New York'sMadison
were dropped in group tourney I Tourney in the Republic recently, their three-game stay in I

action two weeks ago; I Conrad TopsReceivers I Square Garden Thurs Adolph Rupp decides to step flown as head basketball Jimenez reached the United I Mexico City by whipping an all-

Two area quintets bowed in day. |' coach at the University of Kentucky, don't be surprised if his States before word of the revo- TourneyDAYTONA star team 9-4. The Mets won I

regional finals last Saturday The NCAA fields were completed successor is NOT long-time assistant Harry Lancaster.A lution did. two of the three games.

In _
night. Gainesville High lost to I Saturday when Duke I -

Cocoa in AA and Santa Fe I knocked off Wake Forest 80-69 lady who ought to know some of the behind-the-scenes at Wildlife BEACHLincoln BasketballResults
I of Gainesville dropped 72-64
dropped a narrow struggle to for the Atlantic Coast Conference the UK, stopped in Ocala last week to make a purchase at themen's a
NFL decision to favored Jacksonville
Mount.Dora in B. 1'63 PlayNEW championship and Michi-

I Championship games will be gan assured itself of at least a Meet SlatcdTOlllorrov Gilbert in a regional tourney

; played; at 3 and-4:30 p.m. Sat,! YORK (AP) Bobby share of the Big Ten title by basketball game here over the
weekend. Saturday College Results
urday for C and B titles, 1 Joe Conrad of the St. Louis Cardinals I beating Iowa 69-61 while Ohio EAST
9J I Stanton of Jacksonville edged I St. John's N.Y. 71, NYU 51
National
and the 1963
respectively; and at 7:30 won State lost to Michigan State Canlsius 87. St. Bonaventure 74
I Street
of
Campbell
High Day-
for A and AA crowns. Football League pass receiving 81-80. LAKE CITYThe establish- Manhattan 67, Flordham 59
,
tona 72-71 in the other game. Penn State 91 Rutgers 82
championship by beating out defending ment of a wildlife managementarea Holy Cross 93. Fairfield 82
Gilbert and Stanton will clash Seton Hall 91. Rider 86
champion Bobby Mitchell -I in Alachua County is to tomorrow in Jacksonvillefor Niagara 77. Buffalo 67
Golfers of Washington 73-69 official Dee Named night Williams 61. Amhrrst 49
Top be discussed at a public meet- the regional'title and berthin SOUTHMurray
a
National Football League statis- 89, Morehead 84 _.
ing which will be held by the
the upcoming state event. Bowling Green 106 Marshall 72

To Compete I.tics showed Mitchell Sunday.But grabbed the Notre Dame habadashcry run by former Florida cager Augie Greiner. Game and Fresh Water Fish Lincoln, which had a stand- Michigan 69. Iowa MIDWEST 61

( I Commission at Gainesville to- out season with a 21-1 overall Mich St. II. Ohio St. 80
lion's share of the honors by DePaul 79 Dayton 73
mor row, regional manager record made a game try of it Bradley 74. St. Louis 70
"leading all receivers in two cat- Goodson said. The Ohio U. 82 Toledo 76 (ot)
At St. PeteST. second in Cage CoachSOUTH She told Greiner, and Ocala Star-Banner sports editor Bud Brantley against Gilbert. Kansas 58 Oklahoma St. 46
egories, finishing an-
j would be meeting will begin at 8 p.m. in The Terriers beat Gilbert Kansas St. 88, Missouri 61
for the Baron
other and figuring in the year's I dy Martin, that the replacement Marquette 98, Xavier Ohio 95

PETERSBURG (AP) only pass play that goes into the BEND, Ind. (AP) none other than Frank Ramsey, currently with the Boston the courthouse. Another Chief-meet- twice but the during slow the first regular season Minnesota Illinois 97 90 Wisconsin Indiana 73:89
in period put
Som of golfin' 's top money I books as a record. Johnny Dee, 40, former Celtics of the National Basketball Association.By ing is set Wednesday Lincoln too far behind. I Purdue 76, Northwestern SOUTHWESTNew 73 -

winners tee off Thursday in the !Alabama head basketball coach,t land. Mexico 93. Utah 65
Ratings are based on total I Goodson said the meeting will However, Lincoln won a forfeit -I FAR WEST
$25,000 St. Petersburg Open. I receptions, but Conrad's 73 was named Notre Dame's head I coincidence (?) Ramsey visited Lexington a week ago in the north- in the consolation bracket San Francisco 60 L.A,Loyola! 44
be one of six held Colorado Iowa St. 70
Jack Nick- 90
The field includes catches for 967 J cage coach Saturday succeed- when the Wildcats played Vanderbilt.This Street and
1 were good only Saturday to discuss regulations over Campbell earn-I Brig. Young 96 Wyoming 90
I laus. Julius Boros Dow Finster- ''Johnny Jordan, who resigned. east region Oregon 64. Denver 58
yards, an average gain of 13.2 management ed the right to carry its 21-3.I Idaho St. 83. Montana St. 75
programs
1 wal and other matters pertaining Santa Clara 98 Pepperdine 71
Bob Chrlcs, JohnnyPotCMike
and Denver
recreation at
I Rodriguez, is groomed to replace current UK Pompano Beach this week.
Nichols 69 catches gained said that Lancaster being hunting and fishing with the
I Souchak, Bobby -I' served as Alabama's head LINCOLN-Johnson. 4-6-14; Mills. 10- TOURNAMENTSAtlantic
1,436 yards, only 59 yards short athletic director Bernie Shively who is nearing retirement. future Coast Conference
Anderson
Billy Max- sportsmen. He said regulations 2-22; Cohen 13-5; Toombs 2-1.5;
Bayer coach four after
George seasons being Championship)
; 4-0-8; Foreman 3410. Totals (
I of the record set
welland Jacky Cupit. by Elroy "Jordan's Notre Dame assistant. would be set accord- 24-6-64_ Duke 80 Wake Forest 59
Hirsch of Los Angeles in 1951. GILBERT Drake. 6-0-1; Graham NCAA REGIONALS
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The field includes winners of I A practicing attorney in ColaI Not Enough TicketsShe ing to their desires whenever i 6-2-14; Johnson. 9+24; Jones 1-4-6; NORTHEAST

four: f this year's seven PGA And when Mitchell took a 99-I rado, Dee led the Denver Truckers feasible, and when not in con- I Hedd Score 7216.quarters Totals.: 29-14-72. I Adelphi 68 Northeastern(Championship 66
by
to the Pensa- I yard touchdown pass fromI has flict with sound wildlife management Lincoln' . .. 15 U 16 17-64 (Third Place>)>
tournaments prior to one title and three runner- when she revealed she
( another ,
added surprise
also M
I George Izo against Cleveland Gilbert ...... ...... 21 20 14 13-72 Assumption 64 Springfield
Nicklaus, who won | finishes in five of home this practices. -All sportsmen EAST
cola-Open j Sept. 15 they tied a record set up seasons been able to attend just one Kentucky game year. i I (Championship)
at PJioenix, Cupit at Tucson I NIBL coaching. I Reason: No tickets. The season ticket fare is $28 at Kentuckyand and conservationst are Hofstra 7/4 Elizabethtown 61

Rodriguez at San Francisco and Frank by another Filehock Washington and pair Far-I Dee was coaching the 1962-63 by the time fans grab them official personnel at the UK urged to attend one or more of Exhibition I Phila. Textile 94(Third, Catholic Place U.) (4

Rudolph at New Orleans. I kas, in 1939. Andy I Kansas City Steers when the! is out in the cold. Season ticket sales at Kentucky! invariably these meetings and express their Baseball I (Championship MIDEAST )

Also playing will be the last American Basketball League result in a "standing room only" sign before the first game is views. J i Akron 62, LeMoyne, N,Y. 38
two 'St.: Petersburg winners- Mitchell also had the best one- folded. played. Goodson said the Commissionhas Results Youngstown 91.(Third Ithaca Place 79 ) I

Nichols, who won in 1962, and I game catching performance of'' He graduated from Chicago been asked by a group of!t Chicago A (N Saturday's) 6, Boston 4 MIDWESTChampionship

Raymond Floyd, victor last I the season 11 receptions for 218 'Loyola Academy and enrolled to would be a tremendousmove sportsmen to establish a management Los San Angeles Francisco(A 4.) 7.Cleveland Chicago 2 B (N) 3 St. Coll. of Iowa( 71. Mankato) U (ot)

Arnold Palmer and GaryPlayer :yards and two TDs against Ramsey as a successor Rupp Alachua I New York (N))> 7. Mex. Cty. Tigers 1Yuterday' (Third Place>)>
: at Notre Dame after two in east
year years on the part of the 'Cats. The Celtics' star is brainy, area Results Wash., St. Louis 77 Neb. Wesleyan 74 ,
are notable for their absence. Pittsburgh, Nov. 17. His average j in the Coast Guard. He plavedfor Lancaster would be amply rewarded County. The Commission is Chicago A (N) 9, Boston 6 SOUTHWEST
.of 20.8 yards catch talented and personable. with-I I Los Angeles (A)>> 4. Chicago B (N) 2 (Champion) :;
per was the Irish from 1944 to 1946 moved to athletic director. holding action on the San franclsco 6. Cleveland 2 S.E. Missouri 90. Abllene Christian 17 -
professiopjswillplaypen J second only to Buddy Dial's 21.6 being I I New York (N) 9. Mex Cty. All-Stars 4 (Third Place)
125
Some and was a reserve quarterbackon til discussion at the public meet-i| Today's GamesI Lamar Tech 116 Colo St. College U
18-hole qualifys g' r.ge for Pittsburgh on 60 re- the Irish football team. shows whether or not the :I I Chicago (N) VS. San Fran. at Phoenix FAR WESTChampionship
,
ing
.I After all, who thinks that following Rupp as Kentucky basketball J Cleveland' VS. Boston at Scottsdale ArizI ( )
Tuesday for the estimated 70 CPlulS. ,I I Dee was given a four-year is desired by the majority -:I Tomorrow's Games I Cal. Poly. Pomona 79. Fresno st. 72 ,
coach to be a picnic? As they say so oftenin area i (Third Place
is going
A $2,500 proamateurevC1t Terry Barr of Detroit and contract. I I I San Francisco vs. Boston at Phoenix I
places. of hunters. A Cleveland at Tucson I Seattle Pacific 76. Nevada 74
I follow. Los Angeles ( ) vs.
is scheduled Wednesday. Gary Collins of Cleveland each Jordan announced his resigna- vaudeville, "That's a tough act to _

Regular play over the Lake-made 13 touchdown catches, one I I tion a few months ago, effective
'more than Sonny Randle of St. NEW WAY AT AGE 32
f woodCountry Club course be- at the end of the season. I HE FINDS

I* ginsThursday, with the final Louis. I Dee, a former Notre Dame

round next Sunday.Archery Reed.Yds. Gain TDs. cage star and an assistant un-
I Conrad. St. L 73 967 48 10 der Jordan in 1951-52, also i iof
Mjtch lI. Wash. 69 1 43S 99 7 .
B3rr. DeL 66 1086 7S UShatner. coached the Kansas City Steers Hits Ball 750 Feet
Champ N.Y. 64 1181 70 9 Willie Mays
Dial. pm. 60 1195 13 9 of the old American Basketball
Ditka. Chi. 59 794 63 1Rezaff.
directed
League and for five seasons
.
1 Phil. 51 895 46 4
Weds Adviser Philli s. L.A. 54 793 52 1Dowler. the Denver Truckers of -
G.8. 53 901 53 6I I week" Willie said. "and,has diminished over the years. .
I RandI 5?. L. 51 1014 68 12 the National Industrial Basketball CHARLESIAHER game while Mays finishes another -,,, refinement after the season. twice a
CINCINNATI (AP Nancy FItI.y., Minn. 51 P67 62 4 Legue. I By Writer I I baseball season with the "I have about a 30 handicap,"I then I'd go by myself to differIent "It gets a little harder the
CogjlI. Det. Associated Press i "
4 U5 70 10 Sports
Vonderheide, the national wom- M tte. Bait. A8 466.9 1 Jordan's resignation after 13 1 1I '[San Francisco Giants."I he said. courses. I played just about older you get, he said. "espe \
I Casey S.F. A7 762 61 7lJ. I At cially getting in shape. But I
PHOENIX Ariz. AP) I
was day.
1 cn'sarchery champion Morris Chi. 41 70S 51 2 years here, followed student I II play golf once or 1 I "Thirty?" skeptic asked. every
may I'll love basebalLIf
think
the man. the of 32, Willie Mays found in always
'! married Saturday to jeering at him during a Notre age twice during the summer," "Well," Willie said, "I found "It really helped me keep I didn't I couldn't enjoy
[ I play
\\ho-advised her to take up are'I Dame-DePaul basketball I a way to hit a ball 750 feet. lies about his shape. I'm about 189 pounds :
I 49crs Sign gamein I Willie said, "But that's about out everybody the things I enjoy having."If .
I rhp'-----;_ -relatives- reported. I South Bend. He took up golf.A all. I don't think you can have I handicap, so why should I give right now. That's only about

- ;:" Vonderheide, 25, mar- Lee Jordan said, however, he had I I winter of it kept Mays' : two swings and combine them out the right count?" three pounds more than at the I I I can play eight or nine
MESs j Grosscup I II end of last season. I figured the,I more years I should be set. Iwouldn't
riedMarvin Kleinman 40, contemplated quitting for some weight in the 180s. And his last well. The baseball swing is very .
I I do
Started
to
How He down threeor have anything
held weight
Cincinnati ,attorney,I time.i golf score was even lower than level. The golf swing is under-I golf my II .
prominent National I SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -Lee.I i I Mays said he had little interest four pounds and that's a hel hard afterwards.
of the that. I hand.
'I and-an official Grosscup, a quarterback who' in golf early in his baseballcareer I'luva lot of difference. 1 "I believe I could help young
ArcEer Association in a civil I will be to make : Leads 534 I In fact Willie is just about "I know a lot of ballplayersplay when I'
) I trying a comeback -' 011 but and couldn't have played I I "You do a lot of walking play fellas in baseball -
the
1 1 ceremony at Atlanta while both has signed with the San ready to play Jack Nicklaus golf during season much during the winter anyway. ing 18 holes a day. I don't like through playing. I know the -

I wer : en route to a tournament Francisco 49ers of the National I Harvey Nachtrieb led the blindfolded. And he might even the ball club depends on me a when he was living in New: using a cart If you ride, it game pretty well.> -
want to disap-
I in bouisiana.MJss Football League. Sperry Second Shift bowling let Nicklaus take off the blind- lot and I don't i'York, before the Giants moved doesn't do your legs any good, "All good ballplayers bate :jo ::

work- The former Utah star has had loop at Palm Lanes with a 534 fold to tee point them by doing anythingthat -
Vonderheide was up. i I west. and I love to walk anyhow see the day when\ ; they Jiavejto
inKle five of experiencewith 'I and a 245 high game. Arnold I .But the match won't come off might be wrong. 'This is last -
13th
Ing -as a legal secretary years pro i it shouldn't take: He said he was introduced to ,' Mays, starting his season say my game.
1man's office four years New York and Minnesota' had a 511 and King 507. Split- before fall. This could be an! At any rate, I. friend. : in the majors was asked whether "But I'm not even going to"
I the
his by a \
the NFL and New York of ters had 1530 series and, I enormous break for Nickiaus I Willie long to bring golf game "
ago-when he advised her to take of a a state I "He'd take me out about t the thrill of playing baseballin j think about that now. :
[ back to its present
*p ichery as a hobby. the American Football League.ond.,584, top game. giving him time to polish his game -. --

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t Clay-Patterson Wall Victor Jack on m

Barefoot Kicker
In PlayoffAt Nicklaus GOLF Seymour =


Title Bout Eyed ItA.YINGme CoRRECtkor r
Could Be Defensive Whiz
I 4 San JuanSAN WHAT NAVES 6EARNEP W 1NE rt YEAR? WEU.ONE .
I' FACE1 i'vE ADDW 10 NoY GAMt I Irrte. /(# '-f0-Li :
I By BOB GREEN boss wanted the fight so badly SNOL wNEN,A60 AN AMAtEUR 1 NAP. A Or 1WAT" SNWLD
Asscciated Press Sports Writer he JUAN, Puerto Rico AP) HAVg BEEN:: PLAYED FROM RIGAf-to-t.PGf{I CMO&B1C. It-JS1"EA Spring football experiments' flcult man to throw deep on they will be to .
was willing to sign for the TO PlAY A FAP -lWe SHOT I KNEW: BE 1'... I ready help in the:
I NEW YORK (AP) Fight bout without a purse."That's -Art Wall Jr., seldom a winner involving Hal Seymour could next fall." !"fall include tackle John Pres" ,.

promoter Al Bolan has an offer one of the reasons I since 1959, when he was named ...Af.I APtoMgMORE pay the fall's biggest dividendsfor Assigned the task of molding I I ton of Columbus
Ga.
out guaranteeing Cassius Clay am able to offer Clay so much," Golfer of the Year, is back in S PlAY Florida head coach Ray Seymour into a safetyman capable -I guards
$750,000 to risk his heavyweighttitle I he said and added that "it's the business today after a near 111E MORE GAMETN6 1 TRY-ro ,Graves believes. of Southeastern Conference Jerry Anderson of North Miami ** :

against former champion: largest guarantee ever offereda sweep of the Caribbean winter' fllAY'fAA1'p 1Ht SHOE I Seymour, best known as aI I duty next fall is defensive back- Bill Hyatt of Orlando arid
Floyd Patterson. fighter." circuit. % GALLED barefooted field coach Billy Kinard. Jim Benson of Albany, Ga.,
I who
FOR.AL."fHOlX:1H punter averaged -
lie also has a "no thank you" The promoter, who had a The 40-year-old pro from Po- : MY GAMe 1".1b1Ju. 40.7 kick as a sopho-I "Hal still has a long way to centers Bill Carr of Pensacolaand
I cono Manor, Pa., outshot .. (u :c.AU.i per Bill Buda of Tampa and
note on the way. hand in Patterson's last five young ti .. more in 1963 is now operating I go but at the rate he's learningand ,
1 At least, that's the word from title fights, said he made the Jay Dolan in four extra holes IF 1'r.J6111i-M5- SHOT as a defensive secondary specialist -i progressing he could become linebacker Card.

Bill Faversham, Clay's man-offer after a telephone conversation Sunday and won the Puerto CALL ArJRAW while still handling punt- an outstanding defen-
"f1.1A1'S
ager. Rico Open. The victory wasWall's sive back," Kinard. "He's
with Patterson in High- WHAT: PIAY. ing chores. says
"Not interested," Faversham land Mills, N.Y. third in four tournamentson : _..r Ay A RE5ul1 I'i' got ability and worlds of potential
snapped when contacted in In that conversation, Bolan the southern swing giving ti NAh IMPKOlf.PM' "His experience prior to this" and with work he's going
Louisville, Ky., after Bolan said i said Patterson said he would I him the over-all point title. /GM'E. spring amounts to nothing, to be a big asset to our de-
he had wired the offer to the 'fight "for Wall Masters champion and says Graves.However, Hal fense."
no purse, just for the
'ME EAO E5D has great athletic ability and is
leading j winner five
new champion and his manager opportunity to regain the title." money \ SHOT FOR .JL I
He's
Sunday night.Patterson Bolan said Patterson, a Roman -' years ago captured the Mara- MAY BE E8G progressing rapidly. got I I -
I caibo and Bogota before i1 ONE'f0 wonderful reactions speed anda GATOR NOTES Most im-
Faversham tourneys -
continued Catholic
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"apparently feels ., .
his sudden death HOWEV&fc knack for breaking on the proved lineman thus far is tackle
"is a very nice young very strongly about" Clay's victory IF YOU DO I -
I 'I i man but probably one of the statements that he is a memberof over Dolan, 24, of Leicester, ).1'1eMP1'fl.E i; ball. Larry Gagner of Daytona
worst heavyweight. champions." the Black Muslims. I I Mass., on the new Dorado Hilton 51RA-r5h4cM4.Y W.RP MORE Seymour; who stands a shade Beach, a 235-pound junior whois

I Patterson, as usual, was not The controversial Clay, 22, I course. Art started his b Tf CORRECT" +o'B, I over 6-2. weighed 165 pounds showing signs of greatness to fC.
::1 j immediately available for com I won the title when Sonny Liston'icomeback I he hadn't won a BFfORE 'I i ALLY Y MAY DISCOVERVOUVE EYEN1J" I when practice started last fall. come. .linebacker Jack Cardof .
'I ment. 'failed to answer the bell for the i iI I I major tournament since 1960- ( IMPROVEDyt7UQOwN !He now weighs 205, a 40-pound Coral Gables, made 28 tack-

Bolan, however, said the 29- seventh round of their title fight by I taking the $30,000 San Diego GAME increase. les in the first three Gator t, kcik
I year-old two-time heavyweight:I in Miami Beach last month. I j'I Open in January. AMI BECOME VERSAtlie:AMORE E t "We are very encouragedabout scrimmages, not bad for a 5-6, You'1I .

I His final-round 76, four over 4FpfMAKER. J Hal's play thus far," says 168-pound sophomore. .Many
par Sunday almost cost him the NOW Graves. "He covers a great promotions and demotions have Fi'nd'iton
Puerto Rico crown. Dolan fireda Y deal of ground and with his been taking place and perhapsthe
Palmer Player par 72 and charged from .14 J..a edr-.s..w,1 speed and size should be a dif- most spirited battle ragesat theEND
fourth place into a 289 deadlock left halfback between Allen -

after 72 holes of regulation play. Trammell of Eufaula Ala. and

Each parred the first three Alan Poe of Tampa Young ,

Barber in Playoff I!by overtime Dolan holes on the before fourth a opened bogey Calumet Farm Has Pair linemen who have indicated kj \ of this

the door for Wall. He \\1 \
I droppedhis ;; %\ FINEMILD
PENSACOLA Fla (AP) tie and third in five years, has par putt and thereby pocketed Stagg Poor, 1':_
Arnold Palmer had the record won 11 of his 40 championshipson the winner's share of $1- Of Kentucky Derby AcesMIAMI I \ \

I going for him today as he teed the PGA tour in playoffs. I 200 and an additional $1,300 i ComplicationsFrom \ :.'

off against Gary Player and Player has lost every one of the for his over-all tour leadership.He v v I 1 1 Cigar
Miller Barber in an 18-hole seven playoffs in which he has I I also was awarded the Seagram (AP-When) Calumet every indication of being as] Jones said. "I'm satisfied with \, \ .

'r playoff for $4,000 in the Pensa- participated in the United I Caribbean Trophy, won Farm heads north from Florida good as Gen. Duke (Florida his race. I think he's going to Illness .

cola Open golf championship. States. Barber is competing in i by George Knudson of Toronto next month trainer Jimmy Derby, 1957)), and Tim Tam, be a tti mile horse (the Kentucky '
Palmer, gunning for his second his first playoff. a year ago.iChipola. Jones will take along his brightest winner of the Flamingo and Derby distance), and I STOCKTON, Calif. (AP-The) I: t:\\

straight Pensacola Open tiIBIII The 34-year-old Palmer sank II,j I prospects for the 3-year-old Florida Derby, Kentucky Derby don't know how he will go condition of football's grand old ,' jt jtI'
a pressure packed seven-foot classics since Tim Tam won the and Preakness six years ago. againtf the top ones." man; 101-year-old Amos Alonzo r \ -I

putt on the final green Sunday Cops Kentucky Derby and Preaknessin Ky. Pioneer won his last three He referred to Northern Dancer Stagg, remained poor as uremic
to get into the playoff on the I I 1958. starts, the latest the $17,900 the Flamingo winner; Hill poisoning and old age took their

[ 6,380 yard, par-72 Pensacola l JC Most promising colt in the en- Hutcheson Stakes at GulfstreamPark Rise, the Santa Anita Derby toll. MILD 1'\\\ 1
Country Club course. It gave Cage Title tourage of Mrs. Gene Markey, Saturday. He beat his sta- victor; Roman Brother, Quadrangle Spokesmen at Hillhaven Con-J \

him a 69 and a 14-under-par 274,, owner of Calumet right now is blemate, Kentucky Jug two Mr. Brick, Wil Rad valescent Home, where Stagg t
as a \\\
VOO CAM ALWAYS TELL A the same scores posted by I TALLAHASSEE (APChip) Ky. Pioneer, a strapping son of lengths eased up in the seven- Journalist and others. has been a patient for two years,

Z.ADV-- BOT JOT VEfH n'11ieliCI Player and Barber 15 minutes;I[ola, Fla., won the Region 8 junior Nashua out of Rosewood by Bull furlong sprint in the good timeof Jones said he had not decided said he spent a relatively com- t CigaretteHAVA'TAMPA'\

later. I I college basketball tourna- Lea.You 1:24. about Kentucky Jug, son of AU- fortable Sunday afternoon although ,. ';:: it i
I ment don't get better breedingthan "As of now he is a definite his temperature rose
Palmer, 13-under par as he Saturday night by overcoming I bhai out of Jug Lu by Bull Lea. j-k 9
came to the final hole, was play I the slow-down tactics that and Ky. Pioneer gives starter in the Florida Derby" Both Ky. Pioneer and KentuckyJug slightly. I tr

ing ahead of Player and Bar!of Columbus, Ga., fora 32-23 --- are eligible for the Foun- Earlier he was given fluids by .

ber, who were both 14-under par victory. tain of Youth Stakes a $15,000- mouth after two days of intra-

through 17 holes. Gunning for a Solon to Press for Bill added feature at 1 1-16 miles to venous feeding.
Chipola scored the first two Stagg, the only man honoredin I 1
birdie to tie, Palmer drilled a be run March 25, 10 days before
points and was never headed. football's Hall of Fame as
five-iron shot that stopped seven the Florida Derby on April 4 at
I feet to the left of the hole. With I Columbus' Chip Whitley was Banning Friday TV Games I'/s? miles. both player and coach, did not 1
.\ Player and Barber watching I high point man with 19. I retire until he was 98. He is a I 4;
Both colts are nominated for
Yale graduate and gained coach-
from the 18th fairway, Palmersank Austin Robbins of Chipola WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. "Without legislation on the the Kentucky Derby on May 2, ing fame at the University ofi;
the putt. named tournament's most valuable 'T. A. Thompson, D-La., said books there would be nothing to along with stablemate Full Well J
-r The two losers in the playoffwill today he plans to press for prevent Friday night football Chicago. I
__ D Z player, scored nine for and Real Change. >>
147-'-----.) receive $2,300 apiece while t I I his team as did Jan Shadburn. action this year on his bill to broadcasts at some time in the I Jones decided Ky. Pioneer' .J.JI
all three players will split half ban TV broadcasts of profes- future" Thompson said. "High teeters Win
SECOND BEST Chipola will to the National wasn't quite ready for the Fla i
of the The go "
tournament
gross receipts. 1 sional football games on Fri- schools would be helpless.
broke service just isn't good sponsors get the other Junior College basketball tournament day nights when many high He contended that high school mingo Stakes last Tuesday, aft In the only Junior Leaguegame J EWELS
enough. Remember your 50 cent.Paul in Hutchinson, Kan., would be er debating whether to plunk
per i school are played. sports seriously harm Friday the Steelers defeated I
games
life (and the life of others) I March 17.Columbus. down $7,000 to get him in thatrace
I Thompson introduced his bill ed by Friday night broadcastof the Bears by a score of 29- b
for which he hadn't been
stake. Call the best ,
is at defeated Gulf Coastof Y
Waters after the National Football Lea- professional football games. 27. Brian Williams was highpoint
call us! i Panama City 56-53 in the gue recently announced plansto Colleges have protection he nominated earlier. man for the Steelers with '
time has
I But apparently con
semifinals Friday night while televise some Firday night said, and he sees no reason why nine points while Tommy Du-

; SAVE HEREon High 011 555 Chipola ris of Geargia, downed 109-03.Young Har- games. These plans later were' the protection should not b vinced ditioner the, along chubby with Calumet many cone oth laney scored 15 points for the "
abandoned. extended to high schools. losing Bears.
Rebuilt Generators Paul Waters rolled a 555 on Columbus led through most of ers, that the famous devil's red
said 1-
said he
has asked
Starters Fuel Pumps Despite this Thompson Thompson !
and blue silks will be
Water Pumps. Clutch Discs. games of 226-152-177 to top the its. game, but never by more I he wants the bill enacted. the house judiciary committeefor flying
and Pressure Plates Condor Precision League at than six points and was ahead I early hearings on his bill again in the rich'races of April We
Apologizefor
II May, June and July after six
Palm Lanes Saturday. His 226 32-28 at halftime. The Georgian's and hopes his request will be

I HULL'SBfeAKESUPPLY was best game. high scorer was Wendell Barr Celtics Keep granted."I long lean years.ADVERTISEMENT. not being able to accommodate the tremendous

Billy Arnold had a 483 and with 22 points. Art Drouge hit 1 would like to see the bill ( ) crowd at.the opening of :
Lorraine Ness led the girls with 12 for Gulf Coast. I Lead in NBABy start moving," he said. "I be

FREE BRAKE /tOJUSTMltfT 431. Alley Cats had a 2109 series High man for Chipola with 31: lieve it has much support." Burial Insurance ALL FAMILY
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Stopping and a 748 high game. Chr'Brown was THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
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[131* S. M/m St. Gainesville Fla Young Harris sank 29. Melrose Town
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Gulf Coast finished with a 15- I
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1! REVIEW V #Iti.t -- Kills Woman, Debate Issueson TV Panel:


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MIAMI AP-Fred) >Karl said to know." "
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CROSS CITY Mrs. Shirley, If a man will not let himself
( Ann Fox, 22, of Largo, was killed -i Haydon Burns' failure to appear I The five other candidates for be compared than I can pnly
I : Bradford May Buy Payroll Service'By early }esterday when thefor a Miami television panel,the Democratic nomination for think he is afraid of the com

.car her husband was driving I program was "disgraceful" and'a :governor answered questions Ii I parison," Karl said on the pro

-. I ''ran off the highway about 12, _'denial_ of_ _the__people's right!during the program last night. gram. The Daytona Beach legis.
SAM MCGARVEY ty and all the municipal govern- Murphy & Logue at a cost of inadequate; promotional mater.'I miles north of Old Town no ------ ----- -- --- I lator has consistently sought U

1 f Sun Staff Writer ments in the county before we $150. ,ial for industrial prospects and Trooper Joel Pigue of the !!get the candidates together for

STARKE The Bradford buy the service." i I I The preliminary audit of the tourists inadequate; lack of\'Florida Highway Patrol said I Violent l eccther'Brings face-to-face debates. -

County Development Authority, ( that Carl S. Fox 1. Burns of Jacksonville,
A resolution to that effect was 'county- contained a list of the ,general re-development program ( 27' apparently! mayor
..... ....? .will pay $8,750 for "A Planned* '!passed by the Authority, with following liabilities and assets: ; lack of long-range plan-,Cell asleep at the wheel, allow I was not immediately)' availablefor
for if s
Program New Payrolls' inade, ing his car to run off the high-I comment. "
'ning by government;
( ,i -,,,,full support for the development the stipulation that the CofC Liabilities Apathy on.the. !quate off-street parking facil-,:Jway., The car, headed south on DamageI Miami Mayor Robert King
take the lead in the
L I project is endorsed by the promoting part of the public: high utility;sites in downtown area; lack of;i All U.S. Highway 129, jumpeda High and Fred 0. Dickinson of.West I
J county and all municipal govJt ,project. rates (compared with elsewhere ., ditch, coming to rest on the Palm Beach tangled DeerHigh's
'a comprehensive city derelopiment ,;|:By THESSOCI.TED PRESS on the Ohio
: River
f ,, U. S. the central bus at Maysille
in ) -
{ ernments in the county. I The presentation was submit : plan of,oilier side, Pigue said. Mrs I charge that Dickinson
J ; appearance
A Thurs.t ted by invitation iness district is deteriorating; poor 'Fox Violent rainstorms, wind and K)'.. as the Weather Bureau
ir'a presentation given Murphy upon Chamber| of Commerce building -' a passenger ic the car,! I -,,was controlled by special inter-
..., day at a joint meeting of the by the CofC directors in a recreational facilities nee d!- ;, was killed instantly.! The hail pounded sections of the' predicted it would reaoh tests. I
BCDA and the local CofC by meeting held Feb. 10. In it, improvement' : long-range plan-t : dent happened at 1:15 a.m.Fox. acci-I Midwest and Southwest today 'i'the 50-foot flood level early I'! Dickinson said he was proud
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t }. 1ft .Bob Murphy Murphy: & Logue. Murphy & Logue outlined steps 'ning is not in evidence: industry Assets -Good areas for industrial who received chest in-1!causing considerable! property.Tuesday. It was at 48.5 feet this''of:. all his supporters. "You have

;, .... Inc., was approved condi that could be taken to attract in general prefers not to locate development; good,juries is in a Gainesville hos'damage inundating streets and, supporters, too," Dickinson said.

,1 tionally. ;industry to Bradford County, in- in a "dry" county; facilities ,transportation facilities. good;pital, in fair condition. Pigue said! swelling some rivers toward morning. ,: "What about them'"

r "Let's see first that there is cluding a public relations program inadequate for shoppers; 'sewer and water facilities to1 he will be charged with failing j I flood stage. I The Ohio also rose in Cincin I'I High answered, "I'm expecting

II-- .full support countywide for the new literature and a survey ,major promotional effort on|sites; fire protection is avail;' to have his car under control. ; nati and Portsmouth Ohio, but the people to support my

,. '. ,project." BCDA member Pat at a total cost of $8.750. |fairs crops and other projectsis ble and rates appear competitive The trooper said that the{ Severe windstorms tor was still several feet below the campaign. I think it's an insultto
.. Everett urged. "I feel that w'e''1. Following a discussion the lacking. : educational facilities i small daughter of the Fox's was through sections of Texas. :Missouri danger level. the (people of Florida if 102

( I' .. should get a definite committ Authority approved the immediate -' Other liabilities -Local fin- nearby, such as University of riding ahead of them in a car and Illinois but no injuries can elect the governor." High

ment of backing.from the ou'.'-.', taking of color pictures by ancing of major. projects. appear. .. Florida, Jacksonville University -:with Mrs. Fox's parents, Mr were reported. Hearains fell on several .was referring to a Miami Her-
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t --- -- -- --- -------- -- and junior colleges; general -|and Mrs. L. B. Severance of Lar-!i> The severe weather struck an portions of the Midwest and!:aid report that a majority of the

r STOCK Late Morning desire to attract new pay-;!go. Severance told Pigue that hej t''area from western Ohio to Southwest 102 most-powerful men in the
FLASHES i.saw the Fox car leave the highway northeastern Texas.A state supported Dickinson.
I ;| MARKET N. Y. Listing rolls. |t i in his rear view mirror. I tornado was reported to with Dallas, Tex., was pounded. Another candidate Sen. John
1.38
inches
Other assets -generally good in a six-hour;Mathews
i. : have struck down 10 miles southof of Jacksonville said

jj NEW YORK (AP Motors The pattern was mixed among I Allis Chal 543k Int Harv 655si!{recreational facilities, such as: Flower Talk Lutesville in southwestern period. Harrison Ark., had 1.30!,,the 102 are "just'oters as far

steels, coppers and aluminums building materials electrical I Alcoa 763. Int Nick 72lii! i iI .Hakes! country club, etc.; com-; Missouri, but no damage was inches; Cape Girardeau Mo.. as I'm concerned.

._ < '" posted gains as the stock, marJcet equipments chemicals aerospace Am Air 421% Int Pap 313i :munity: is on main transporta-;i AI Cedar: Key I reported. 1.95 inches; and Patterson Air'i i i Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland

t ,, : nudged into record high stocks and farm imple-. Am Btk 537s Jones&L 723s tation routes; medical facilities -|! Strong winds ripped through Force Base in Davton.. Ohio. emphasized that "the state's

f ground early this afternoon. ments. j i AmBdPar 3.1'8 Kais Al 3734J: {i iI |i are fair and are supple- CEDAR KEY The program'.Aviston in Southern Illinois. 1.31 inches. i!!\I government is big business" and

/ ,'Trading was active. I Am Can 41=s Ken'cott 817kj J mented I by those in the trading!i at the Woman's Club will feat : Flooded streets and ,said he's the only businessmanin
The business news background damaging]I buildings blowing underpasses
: AmC 'an 6234: Lig & My 76':4{area: bonded indebtedness: ure flower the race.
} arrangements by
(
I ,
fi Gains of key stocks were included price boosts, ,down tree limbs and causing were reported in Indianapolis ,
I Am Mot 1638 Loch'd 3938 small enough to allow for ex Mrs. Miriam Buchannon of the:i In another political develop-
1 mostly fractional with some going for aluminum fabricated failure.In after 1.69 inches fell in a.
products 'I power
AT&T 1397 Lorillard 4478 ,pansion projects labor force Suwannee Florist ment. Anthony Battaglia headof
,
; Valley Shop!
six-hour period.
; to a point or so. increased production Waco Tex. blinding winds ;;
If Am Tob 2814 Mag'vox 38's,is good; wage rates comparable in Chief land All members and I the Florida slate of delegates
Industrials made definite I schedules for Ford following Ampx Cp 164 MplsHon 128'4J to similar population areas. other interested persons are tore through some areas caws Hail pelted easier Oklahoma. ,pledged to Richard Nixon for

.. progress while utilities were I IJ record sales and a report that Anaconda 48'8 MM&M: 68 j I urged to attend. :;ing considerable property dam- Snow fell on parts of Nebraska the Republican pre s i dentin:
business for :
mixed. Rails edged higher. spending plant Armour 50 :Mohasco 13 I' Plus -availability of good Mrs. Chris Matheson of Gainesville -!age. Wisconsin, Illinois and Michi-'nomination, asked that Nixon
and equipment is expected to Babcock 57' Mons'to 68'2', water natural and LP gas fuel will be the guest speaker -i i Heavy rains accompanied the gan. Most of Iowa was covered name be withdrawn but that the

'_f ..' The trend was generally lai" higher rise The; 10 Associated per cent this )'ear.I Beth Stl 35'. Mont Wd 3631Boeing ,:oil; industrial payrolJs of about at the next club luncheon,'winds in some areas bringing with 2-6 inches of snow. ;, slate remain on the ballot. He
rubbers. order- Press
among I average fears of river '
4278 Nat Dair 634'10 per cent allow room for ex- March 24. flooding.Six wired the secretary of state's of
...retails drugs, cigarette i issues of 60 stocks at noon was Borden 72 Nat Dist 25ss ;pansion; vocational training: Mrs. Matheson. who was recently -- highways were closed by The violent weather was ac-'fice saying the delegates would

I' and electronics. Oils were up .4 to 299.5 with industrials,; Brunswk 1038: N. Am Av 533i|available; Fair Grounds excel-{ elected president of the:.flooding in eastern Kentucky. companied by unseasonably!' i like lobe listed as unpledged

,: unchanged to a shade. ----lower- j 1 up .8, rails up .2 and utilities I Cater Tr 583 Penney 46!8 ;;lent for future promotion4 Florida Federation of Church!E Families| began preparations to mild temperatures over most Nixon had asked that I/j
----. ---- ------ :unchanged.The t i
Dow Jones industrial I CelaneseChrysler 6Hs Pa RR 33 :efforts: Starke's location is con-i,Women, will talk about her trip!!i evacuate their homes as the of the nation., name be withdrawn.
More AboutBaker ; average -----'----- -
R l at noon was 2.39 at': 41 8 Pep Cola 507s72si Jducive for attracting missile J around the world follow? two'Kentucky River neared flood
808.42. up Coca Co 1212 Phil trot :support and electronics industries -;years of missionary work in,stage. The river rose 16 inches)jI

i' Prices oh the American Stock Com Ed 50'4 Phill Pet 483i373s I[ : motel accommodationsare 'Korea. She will also tell of her,;[I.in one hour during the height

Exchange moved irregularly Cont Can 44 RCA good: communications ap-*early family connections with]iof a torrential storm. ii i iI I
; Dow Che 69 Rep Stl 4234DuPont 1 I I i dataistrilfe 1 Sun
Cedar Kentuckians also
higher in moderate trading. t pear adequate and can be expanded : ,_-.-_--u- _Key.___ kept. a wary ,,
260 RevlonRev 3978 --- -- ---
'i Corporate bonds : location permits resi-
were narrowly --
i From 1'anc 1 mixed U.S. government'bonds EAL 34s Tob 40 'dents recreation at beach reports The Home Of Gourmets i
D E. Kodakl28\2 StReg P 3234 I MERCHANDISE
were unchanged. Firestone 42"UFla SeaboardSears 474107U .I : cross-state barge canal Try Our Noon Lunchestamatttlla's MOVES
'like to cut my pay back until j will be an asset; Port of Jacksonville I

f :J..acquired experience." Pw 46's facilities could be util-I -
Fla P&L 77'2 Sinclair 4534
'. Suit .
Against ized: diversification of
: ... The upshot, he said, was paying c : Ford 563ii Socony 72'a religious'groups 706 WEST UNIVERSITY' AVENUE -= JT(1m ::TTJI
is above I
: $50 a month to another I Frmst Da 10's! Southn C 54 ,I average.I;

1.1. ,I 'page, Walter J. Stewart. N.Y. Times \ Frept Sul 36s! Sperry R 177s:;.
said he understood one ordJ Frueh Tr 303i StBrand 77>8;

.. for! the share-your-pay Gen D>n 31S8 StO NJ 81si:

::1; 4 was that Stewart had been ; Overturned \ Gen El 86s Studebak 74:
'
called to duty as an Air Force I I I Gen Fds 91'4 U Carbid 1194

reservist:; and the $50 a month 'i Gen Mills 387 Unit Airc 474 ,
would help reimburse Stewart I 1| WASHINGTON cAPt t The' Gen Mtrs 82l Un Fruit 207s GRAND SWEEP
Supreme Court overturned today
\5 l'. for work performed at the Senate a Sa00,0001ibel judgment I! Goodrich 573s: US Steel 56
when not on duty at nearby ; Goodyr 4478 WestgEl 355i;
j awarded
Ala.
a Montgomery, ;
j ; Andrews Air Force Base. Greyhnd 55'814'oolwlh 73T8 '
\ I city official in a suit against!
Gulf Oil 51s.Woman= .
Answering questions by Com the New York Times and four: !
!} puttee Counsel L. P. :\tcLen.1 I Negro ministers

r i. don and Sen. Carl T. Curtis, R-I I Justice William J. BrennanJr. Shot ..
.. .
I' tb., Richie said Baker re-|, .. delivered the unanimous .s i!! ',,v.. ,q : N.? W" ; lb. '; Nx;, '{: <-: < : N #n'A 4Y'4ww

.'1 t ceivcd the gift ring: in a box I decision. Til Argument 1 i :;: : :

'\ : with the label of ieman--ltarf -i I; The libel suit was based on : : :

i t' cus Department Store of Dallas j!;publication of an advertisementin A Hawthorne woman was

t Tex. I i the Times of March 29, .treated vesterday for a gunshot r 'A
1960. The advertisement had wound in the arm and a .
< : ; ..
.' Stewart "said he thought it : : ,.
statements critical of the handling neighbor was arrested for using '
I{
"
F might be a sapphire, Richie Y
.t I of racial demonstrations' a gun recklessly. 'tra .
.
.related.w j jI in Montgomery.L. Wounded was Gladys Pier- x 3w ,, >'S':'?'''::''.' .. ,

1 .' "He (Stewart t ) said he B. Sullivan, police commissioner -|son. She was treated at Alachua -.I

: \ : thought the ring came from of Montgomery won General Hospital and re .

Murchisons: ," Richie testified. the award in Montgomery .leased.

He said he saw Baker County Circuit Court with a' Arrested was Mildred Rut. 'zy '1<

faring the ring later. |I{.contention, that several paragraphs ledge. a ,"f
i< t !I in the advertisement, Deputies said the shotting apparently ,'. : ;:f.
: Richie testified he was em-i 1 would I be taken as reflecting on occurred during a dispute
: : plowed as a page from Oct. 1, 'him between the two women ;

JI 1961, to July 1, 1962. '' Justice Arthur J. Goldberg, : in the Pierson home about i!

l 1 He said he paid $50 a month in a concurring opinion joined 6:30: p.m. jesterday. ;

:rent to share a room at Ste'wart's by Justice William O. Douglas,
,
's 'said the court was announcing Bedrock in Antarctica's Vic The MOST Mobile
: : house. This was in addition in Living
to the $50 a month pay- today a constitutional standard toria Land lies generally 1.000'eet
1 sharing arrangement. that prohibits a public official ,( below sea level and is covered ,-
from recovering damages for a by ice averaging 10,000
.. Richie testified it was on hisfather's
"J.l defamatory falsehood relating feet thick.
advice that he complained
.
I to Johnson about the he to his proves official that conduct.the statementwas 'unl ss_ The Panama Canal opened its;

pay sharing. For the LEAST !
He said Johnson "worked out made with actual malice locks to global shipping on Aug. Money

an arrangement whereby I'that is, with knowledge that it. 15, 1914. The 50-mile-long ditcn
I 'was false or with reckless dis.j from deep water to deep water : .
would
live free at Mr. Ste- '
sliced 8.000 miles off the New:
art's house regard of whether it was false!
for the next two'm.nths \
I ." or not." ,York San. Francisco sea trip ;!i
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Baker's Christmas gifts, he ; ; n-I:

said, included "large amountsof 150; Youths at: City Park: :: No Reasonable Offer Turned Down
liquor",3 of it in ad-
I
,
-dition and"foodstuffs candy." grapefruits For Play Day' Contests i No Gimmicks or Tricks ;;'' ,' it i ;

t
The committee placed in evidence -
copies of a letter dated Iore than 150 boys and girls j Susan Ervin Linda Mooney, ,: JUST. ;' I'' -

last Oct. 4 in which :Majority turned out for the City Recrea- Charlotte Yarborough, Katherine -

leader Mike :Mansfield D-.tion Department's "Play Day" Susan F.J'}', Ruth Vickery,
>:Mont.. asked Richie about the;Saturday at City Park"on NE;,'Craig Cellon. David Maxfield.' GOOD CLEAN DEALS

: ;paj-sharing deal and Richie's'16th Avenue. I Bobby Pyles and Geri Ryals. ,
... telegraphic reply telling of the They ranged from 7 to 14

1 situation he described in his'>ears old and came from set'en It II I I

testimony: today.School I jcity I playgrounds. I
I I They competed in 10 cbnte ls.
NOW
OFFERING
1 I When all the excitement of JOIN

GelsHistorical ,:competition cleared, the group
:from the Stephen Foster School HMEIUMYOUR NEW 50'xlO'-

playground were declared winners -I
I of the day's games. 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME 2995

Bit of Wood I The Stephen Foster group
compiled a total of 41 points. i
Behind them J. J. 1
were Finley
Only
Lake City Junior College and ,
Forest Ranger School has been,with 33 points and Metcalf with :.
X24 points. Other groups came
presented an historic piece of
I from Lake .
Forest
Kirby-Smith, ---?' -
'
wood.It :
Littlewood and Sidney Lanier. 'It .. .::1. .,. s ,
; "
is from the "Kilmer Oak, -. ... "'1'.7"''". _
>
a tree believed to have inspired f\ Their contests included a tug ,,, ...- .. ..

poet Joyce Kilmer's most fa (of war, pyramid building, races t ,. .,, : : '
work "Trees." {i,and a leap-frog contest. <
'
mous wood Members: of the winning team { : :.
i The piece of a cross :
section from a branch of the :.were Happy Quirin Michael 0'I SM1f lMtf iMMrlr rNf gM itrI "' c jiJF Ac
i>Berry, Al Dixon, Bruce Strick I
to the college i '
tree, was given :
.
1 for display! after the oak recently i land, Raymond Hawkins, Mike M1IOHL -JIonteQ 1M .:
8---
t died and was cut down. Sabby, Kent Bennett, Debra .a:. '- .;

The tree had stood for 165 Brown, Agnes O'Steen, Karen s .. ., ......:.
era
I Wilkerson, Gerrardo Herrara 4820 N.W. 13TH STREET ,
years at Rutgers Universit"i j i GAINESVILLE FLORIDA 32601 PH. 372-5113 (AREA CODE 3O5)r
David Martin, Leigh Annis, Joel i
New Brunswick, N.J., where
Kit-I McGilvra)', Ben Martin, Don- C..I. 1ttB w. U7tli Ararat I
wet was a student. I __ ,
nie Martin
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r. SUSAN LANE By
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JAYNE EVERETT ----

; Newspaper articles are full to all Juniors who wish to enter I'' I' Bishop track season has be-| Yes to borrow an already
I A reminder to all who have to the Builders Club ter as many pictures as hi
see evening marching meet will be I used expression, "That was the
first on
for Our
t of coming elections in Gainesville competition scholarships or gun.
not bought tickets to the show at Citizen's field. Dr. Robert Hoffmann reports wishes. The Grand Prize is ai
I yet see
es-I Each school will chal- week that was. Was what, wedon't
and for fear it...might for those who are anxious to March 19.
that all members of the Telescope all
the New
1 P. K. Yonge chorus productionof News from the service clubs: expense paid trip to
I schools know!
size with other other junior high
cape public notice, announcement see how they up lenge Builders Club York World's Fair.
"Brigadoon": the show will The Interact Club had work- are on
a The second, Mrs. Lewis' nine-one class
is hereby made that Junior test applicants. This is during the season.
I schedule for
completion of their Drill Team
Gainesville High School Stu- an annual affair given nation- be presented on Friday and Sat- day Saturday to beautify the ninth, and sixteenth of April are has begun research for a composition -
nights and reservationsmay school and took in telescopes. There will be no Boys are invited to jom thBoys' <
dent Body elections will be held turday patio, they dates of future meets. The last on the subject of "For this
meetings summer but allBoys' Club Team undei
Drill.
wide.We be made by calling 62541or new pledges (we'll announce The Students in America An
be tournament. eign
Tuesday, March 24. Junior did ;ot intend to slightone date will a Club members
-4 are urgedto the direction of Elton
-. I 6-0197, or by mailing a request them next week); the Anchor will be held at P. K. opportunity for Friendship." Caiteron
; i classmen who wish to run for of the fine Latin Club initiates first meet make
plans now to join in the each at 1
for tickets Club has Saturday p.m. Bpyi!
to
: Brigadoon'. adopted a needy The other three will be At the regional Science Fairat
I_ the office of Student Body President but last week's column Yonge. fall.
basic and
P. K. Yonge, Gainesville. Gainesville f and the studentswere are taught precision
a mily, University of Florida GHS the following
Vice-President or Secre- failed to include Peter Enwall. at the Basketball
'.1 tary must file a petition in the Our apologies, Peter, and our Admission will be $1.25 for Key and Keyette clubs went to track grounds.Last representives from Bish- Boys who will represent the drill. CraftTondelayo
general orchestra, and $2.50 the Holy Trinity E P i scopal reached : ;
week Bishop a op
office on a blank which may be sincerest 'Canegratulations.Pat Gainesville Boys' Club when the Indian
front orchestra. All seats Church Apache
t: obtained from Mrs. Selle. The O'Neal, Bob Watson, are yesterday.We'd milestone, or millstone how Mary Haemmerlie, John Mitchell they host the Senior Basketball will be in Indian
reserved, so phone or write as like to announce the feel'about the subject, Mike Carter, Nathan instructing -
I deadline for turning in .applications Wayne Hardwick and David ever you Tournament Mar. 14. include Arts and Crafts each :Tuesday .
soon as you can. It's going to students who were selected as Boles John Hendrix, Robert
council ,
JI will be 4th period this coming Smith will represent Gamma of student government.On Howard Hamilton, Robert Puck- afternoon. All membersare
be show full of colorful members of the
National Bill
a great new Mears Madina Anderson,
student.wasto ,
buttons Hi-Y in Tallahassee this next Monday, every
Campaign
4 Thursday ett, Harold Martin, Warren invited to attend all these
t.stumes:: memorable music, Honor Society, chosen on their be courteous. Tuesday was Belcher, Janice Jeffcoat, Chuck
I anyone? weekend. They will be taking Jones, Larue Lackey, Robert special sessions.
r 1 March 9, marks the end of part in the Hi-Y Legislative Con- and Scottish wit and charm. demonstrated high standardsof the day for school colors. Everything Guinn and Bruce Tinney. Harms, Jack Daugherty, Chris S Woodshop
We mentioned last week thatP. scholarship, service, character in 'Blue and Gold.' Spring Vacation is March 27-
the National Honor Society annual ference. Pat O'Neal will be was Guilarte, Trevor and
Byrd, !
the
Midget
F II book drive. Please, all of Speaker of the House and David K. Yonge was one of the 16 and leadership. The new Wednesday, tacky day, was 30. We all look forward to this. David Bronson. of activity racers in the are topic:
woodshop
: orchestras that attended the seniors are Jack Cushman the students will Something we won't look for- aa
your book must be turned into will be House Reporter the probably day Indian Lore the boys for the big
Florida State Orchestra Contest Jayne Everett, Cindy Holmes, We ward to-report cards come out prepare
the office of Mrs. Marion Bus- others are delegates.Two remember from now on Members are invited to join Midget Car Races Tuesday, April
t"I well club sponsor in A-ll. Paul faculty members have last Friday and Saturday at the and Karen Mickler. The juniors hope the school wasn't visited by this Wednesday. the Boys' Club Indian Lore 7. The woodshop is opento
University of Florida. What wedidn't chosen are 'Ann Arensman, Thurs- HIGHLIGHTS: We are sorry
Sears asked that we extend his come to Gainesville High as of any outsiders that day. program on Saturdays. Boysare all Boys' Club members.
t know was that the P. K. Robert Batey, James Stacey, dress-up day, was surelya the column isn't 'packed with
; thanks to N.H.S. members and the start of the second semester.Mr. day, divided into two tribes under
!' contributing students for their David Harms will teach in orchestra received a Superior in Linda Moody, Lee Chotas, Linda "sight for sore eyes" after news' as usual, but when you the supervision of Barry Gold

I support and for making his jobas Physical Science, Biology and concert performance, and a rat- Masterson, Cecelia Norden, tacky day. Friday, whisper day, miss a couple of days of school, Stearns and are taught Indian

Book Drive Chairman a wee Business Math. Mr. David Tred- ing of excellent in sight reading. Barbara Russell, Jerry Snyder, was probably the quietest dayin you lose out on what is goingon. Lore on a level which they can Heads Ballot

.. bit easier. Pack up old books nick is replacing Mrs. June There are two more musical Ann Warrington Jonny Wer- Bishop history! understand. The Apaches meet
N notes this week, from the band. show. Robin Richards, Candy SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP)
around the house while you'rethinking Katz who submitted her resig- at 2 p.m. and the Seminoles
The P. K. band Jean -Sen. Barry Goldwater will
will present its Chotas, Noggle, Genie
of it now, and bring nation recently. We are happyto meet at 3 p.m.Photography.
annual White Suzanne Adams Debbie lead the field in the California
spring concert on March ,
them with you tomorrow. welcome these fine teachersto : Contest
17, at 8 p.m. in the P. K. audi- Bowers, Rusty Marcus, Eileen BuchliolzBuzzes j5j Republican presidential prima
Another announcement i n our campus. --j March 20 is the deadline for
; be issued torium. Both the A and B bands Marshall and Roberta Solt. Con- ry-at least in the ballot listingof
: connection with happenings to- Report cards will t entries in the 1964 NationalBo's'
will various ; candidates.
Seniors have perform concert gratulations kT1 America Photo-
morrow, the National Merit I Wednesday. you Clubs of
pieces. The concert is free the UNDERTOW The Club of State Frank M.
school : Key Secretary
57 Contest. The contest is
i Scholarship Qualifying Test is only 57 count-em more graphy
I public is cordially invited andit hosted a rally last Saturday, 15L: Jordan announced Sunday that
I ,. to be given Monday, March 9, days left! I open to all Boys' Club mem
will be the first with from the
appearance representatives bers. There are two classifications the Arizonan's name would be

r the band will make in their new GHS Ocala, Lake Weir and By : (a) Boys who develop listed first for the June 2 election -

j _ uniforms! Palatka Key Clubs attending. i MARY ANN RIDGELL their own pictures and (b) Boys because his qualifying signatures -

The other news item about Happy Birthday, Barbara Hoff- and BARTON DOUGLASSix who do not develop their own were the first received.
'
: Rebel the band is that the annual Dis- man, Vasso Kokinos, Elizabeth :t ; pictures. Goldwater backers filed 23.-

: i trict Band Contest will be held Barrett Browning, and anybodytoo Pictures must be taken by 732 signatures of registered vot-

_. at P. K. Yonge on March 21. shy to tell us they were Buchholz girls represented Buchholz has just organized the entrant and turned in at I ers-nearly twice the number

; Rap Up This is the first time P. K. has celebrating. Juniors looking for- the students by playing a another track team, and they the Boys _Club. A boy may en-i needed to qualify for the ballot.])
been host. Twenty-five junior ward ((2)) to the National Merit bouncy basetball game will compete with the other junior ---- -

and senior high school bands in Scholarship test next Tuesday against six of the women facul- high schools in the city for to call for
the ONE
f.. : place
t By I the Gainesville area will perform -i (don't worry, you have 1 chancein ty and a lone man on Feb. 27 the title. They will have various

i EMILY! CAUTHEN I concert numbers, solos, 10,000 of becoming a finalist! in the auditorium after school. relays, the mile run, the shot- I

I II I and marching routines for a !!). Report on recent fads: Ba- The girls who represented the put, as well as the broad jump MONEYHere's

judged rating. All musical acti- tik scarves, saddle shoes, leg students in this game were Mar- and the high jump.Students .

: The fourth sixweek period pose was to measure and eval- vities during the day will be weights (for sophomore boys), gie Scott, May Ann Ridgell, Linda -
', ended as this school week terminated uate that which is known con- Pick
open to the public without and finding four-leaf clovers. Littlejohn, Glenda Hinson, miirntwt
and that means two- cerning the functions and intricacies charge but it will cost a dollar Spring is Here! Luticia Stanley and Carol Shad-
1 thirds of the is The of math by comparingthe Johnson Lodge -
year gone it
lii burn. The faculty team was ye>.;&.
i Student Body of Santa Fe found individual scores on a nationwide P .
Mrs. Mrs. Allbritton,
Bandy,
;; scale. ELLENSBURG, Wash. (AP)
itself busy with six weeks ex
: Mrs. Lee, Miss Cheatham Miss Here's a golden opportunity to get cash double
aminations and catching up ont Senior play practice, with two Lincoln Nelson, Miss Pooley and Mrs. -Students at Central Washington -
t work previously} missed. Lucki- dozen cast members, began Fri- State College have nominated fast during Beneficial's Golden Anniversary
Tomlinson. Coach Pritchet
alll' day afternoon immediately following was President Johnson and Hen- ; Celebration. Call up or come in for the cash you.
ly-Friday was study day, or ''
I the The final
; umpire. score was
the required labor might have school. Ronny Cook has IntheSun faculty 22 and students 17. ry Cabot Lodge for president in ; A' want now to clean up left-over bills or

I been an impossible chore. been selected assistant student mock Democratic and Republican for any good reason. We like to say lest'! .
In typing classes AccuracyAces
1 i Members of the Junior Class director. ; ByMAXINE national conventions.It .
have been taken and five
l' had many things on their minds, The cast has only four weeksto took the Democrats three BENEFICIALFINANCE
k.- words deducted for each
. were
ROSS and
when they met Tuesday after- prepare. On the night of April HELEN WILSON incorrect word, giving the net ballots and the' Republicansfive. .
noon withth ir parents, and 10 fca "ilin of "Onions in i
words per minute. Donna Whitney -
!; homeroottTsponsors. During the the. Stew" come" uti' before, an Johnson ended up with 318
typed 58 words Sharon Shi- !
Friday 13, 8pm. This is the versatile Mr. Duncan hails-fro ; votes to 30 for Adlai E. Stevenson .
.: course of: U1e assembly; the audience 1 ver, 57; Linda Lambert, 54; Loans up to $600 on Furniture. Car or Note
night the Lincoln Players will the Magic of Miami. U.S. ambassador to the .
.: group assigned.chairmen- the The Tsrsity basketball play- City Nancy Stapleton, 52; Judy Beneficial Finance Co. of Gainesville
committees this week with extra present two one-act productions.The to the of United Nations, and 27 for Gov. .
Junior Senior Prom ers were busy According response Coursey, 51; Arvida Wasdin, 51; 301 N. MAIN ST. Opp. Masonic Home) GAINESVILLE'
i -; and planned money raising practices, preparing for the site of these performancesis i the mass media, the house will Evelyn Griffen, 50; ary Pal- George Wallace of Alabama. Phone: 376.2676 Ask for the YES MANager .

j : : projects. One of their most regional tournaments this week Lincoln High Auditorium.The be packed. Mr. Clark, Directorof mour, 49; Louise Hodges, 48; Lodge got 225% votes to 109V4 OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT-PHONE FOR HOURS

: recent campaigns was that of end in Mount Dora. After last evening begins with a humorous the Lincoln Players, advises and Judy Thlgpin, 45. For Sen. Barry Goldwater of e 1963.BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO.

.p selling red and grey Santa Fe weekend's victory in the District monologue by"Annette patrons to be on time, so they I The Student Council is selling Arizona.

!Rebel sweatshirts to members of TounialneftW 3ae ier trophywas Young. "Late Holiday, a story may be able to secure comfort-i bracelets with Buchholz en- .

the student body The three added to the many collected. depicting the frustrating and able seats. The prices for these : graved on them. Also key chains

.t teachers who act as homeroom But there's always room sometimes enjoyous lives of four productions are Students $.35, with the initial of Buchholz Junior '

f' sponsors are Mrs. Azilee Cum- for one more.Although females, will be the first pro- and Adults $..60.Northwestern High are being sold. :
duction on the agenda. While Compact Equipment
bee, Mrs. Mary Horde, and Mr. few of the students
the curtains are waiting to be
t John Teter, Junior Class officersare were able to make the trip to INCOME TAX
re-opened, James Hayes will do South America
to be elected at a later date. Mount Dora the team traveled
another monologue of serious one of the first New World
,. On T h u r sday morning, approximately with the hopes encouragementsand GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS Increases Efficiency
nature. Then, comes the final- regions explored by Spanish
t1.1 14 students met in cheers of the Student Body.
"
"Legend of the Lake. This moving colonizers, still contains vast
r the library to take a three-hour. With them, also, went a new ,
drama deals with the trials areas that are vitually unknownto < 't" / "
mathematics test. The elective i Rebel banner that was presentedto 1328 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924 and Saves .b'1"1t/! ;''>f/t.w..c. ,"" / ;'
and tribulations of Mexican outsiders.HI .
a poor I .,:..:
examination was sponsored by them by Judy Walker Sara fisherman and his young, ADVERTISEMENT I u/ ..
the Mathematical Associationof Sanders, Pam Roberts, Mrs. invalid wife. I '

America and was given by Lucy Hatch and Mrs. Ellen Pet- Both casts are assortments of High School"Dropouts '

Mrs. Laura Galbraith Its pur-: tit. seniors and sophomores. The Costly Space 't. '

"Holiday" cast consists of sen- Lose $25 to $50 per weekThis .


I ; I Westwood Whispers iors Ruth Maxine Dennison Cunningham and sophomores and SCHOOL DROPOUT preparation can be completed -

Florence Grant and Cornelia New York, N. Y. (Special-) as quickly as your spare

Recent Government reports time permits.The i
By LYLA BROGDON AND lected for the band and chorus Rawls. Included in the "Lake"cast show that persons without a State diploma issued

PAM WHITLOWThis jackets. They had entertain are senior Florida Souder High School Diploma earn $25- when you pass the High School I

week.has been very pro- ment consisting of the beginning and sophomores Andrea Jetter, $50 less per week than High Equivalency Exams received .4J

fitable for the Westwood Orchestra band, full orchestra, the Villagers Benjamin Redic and Sandra School Graduates. A High general acceptance in businessand

and the group known as the and a group of boys sing- McNeil. The cast will be completed School Diploma has actually Civil Service as the equivalent -

"Villagers." At the state contest ing "In My Room" and "I Wantto with a very special guest been estimated to be worth of a regular 4 year High: ,

I last week our Westwood Orchestra Hold Your Hand." star, Mr. Michael Duncan. '$250,000 during a person's life- School Diploma. Men and women __
Mr. Duncan is in Gainesvilleas N
received superior rating.We This week ended with six time. who lack a High School Di-
are very proud of them and weeks test in most of the sub- an intern teacher in the field To help overcome the tremen- ploma are being urged to follow -I /;.,: "'--" '<, ,.

we would like to congratulate jects in most classes. Six weeks of speech correction. He is a dous "Dropout" problem- States the thousands of "Drop- :nif/'.* tJ';: '
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student at Florida A. &M. Uni-! ;
them on their good work. tests always bring report cards from coast to coast now offera outs" who have already bettered S t'

The Villagers sang for donations which will be issued on Wednes- can is also a veteran performerwith Special High School Equival- themselves by getting a high. "

for jackets for the West- day. We are hoping to see some the internationally known ency Diploma. This diploma school diploma. J

I wood chorus and band on Tuesday improvement and some good FAMU Playmakers Guild. The being made available to the 62- school education. I

night. On Thursday they grades. Guild has just completed a two- 000,000 adults who never finished I An informative Home Study i ii ';,
I
1\\ sang for Littlewood Elementary month tour of Europe, with Mr. High School. i School Booklet is being offered

school. This good work they Duncan as a member of its tour- The Board of Regents of the free of charge to serious mind-

have shown has led from one Japan Bl1YL ing group. This trip was spon- State of New York has chartered ed persons who need a High

thing to another. Westwood is From Russia sored by the National Defense the National School of Home School Dip i 10m a. Requests

I very proud of this group. They Department. Prior to this tour, Study. This school now offers a should be mailed to the National

sing and play a guitar. This the FAMU Playmakers Guild home study course that helps School of Home Study, Dept.

group is made up of six West- MOSCOW (AP-Japan) bought was selected to tour Africa by "Dropouts" prepare to pass the GS3, 34 Peachtree N. W., Rm.

wood girls. They are Rosemary 40 per cent of its aluminum alloys the U. S. State Department. The Equivalency Diploma Exams. 701, Atlanta, Ga.
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r 1 a. DEAR ABBY i1E IOCfOIt !ITS CAUSED B'I TR1ltNG TO TILE X-KAfrS REVEALS SffW&TKN I THINK( THAT{ BXTOR OttS JKT 1
ROB U.3 r I SAID I NAVE PITCH TOO HARD WfTHCWT A1iO FRAtieK.rliTAli7N a:1fCf Ei'iRifcSK TRt1f46 TOTELL'W W A NICE

What' your problem? For a ten- U1 '1fffLElfA64'ERSt.4 66N6 FRCf'ERIY WARMED VPs TILE RJ6HUSXAL ALE<< AND10550F il Ail THAT btl'hE A lOp9{PfiGHEt

280.4TOffl eral reply, write to Abby, In 3365. j FA50ALMARfih65 AWTT9EBETSY

37 In.RM* What's a N lne.lev.I 7 Hills. Calif.. 90212. sndM z ELBOW'f h E1.OOW1 5L'66EST1N61S4AlMA tG6iL i

include a self-addressed stamped ee- _a ,;
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hlgl! + velope. Abby answers all mail. 1 ,' ii
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P rWitt Abigail Van Buren

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Ass -2 DEAR ABBY: Our son's wife just produced a third son. left for work, I called her He had told her he was single, thatI rf ri r-- KRAMPAND BC1i O-W-HERE -
named who kept his bachelor apartment clean, and f BETSY KRAMP INPERSOKJ ) Elt. COMES
Thomas.
neighbor
._ 'They named their first after my son, They was a FLOWN TO RlO
had taken out just to be nice. Abby, I love him. t i WILL PICK THE 11 OUR
% :heir second son after her father, Richard Naturally, the boys whom he FLOUR COMPANY TO COMPETE
$M?; "are called "Tom" and "Dick." Now. just because of that silly Should I give him a divorce so he can marry her? Or should I I BEST US X FDR-MISS BETSY!!

:: expression, "Tom Dick, and Harry," they went ahead and live with him for the sake of our two babies, and sleep apart'? 1 KRAMP MAKFR: 'FFiN I UNIVERSAL*
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rt, named: the third little fellow "Harry," I thought it was dis- VERY VERY HURT h4. KRAMP !

for graceful and told them so They think it's cute. I would like DEAR HURT: Don't assume he WANTS a divorce. Tell =

Rat' dour opinion. This is no gag. him what you know, and insist that he accompany you to

n. 1 DISGUSTED your clergyman, a marriage counselor, or to The Family z r I _.
DEAR DISGUSTED: harry' is a good solid name, and I see Service Association, which has qualified counselors. Sleep-

-nothing "disgraceful" about"it. Some ears ago, a woman inTrenton. ing apart will only provide him with an excuse for sleeping ooN-ruse:. ,,: oucElKxiNAVrI ,
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'- -" New Jersey Ran birth to triplets, which she named elsewhere. GET t'RANPS NEVER6ie sT ( ,,.

MEenie,.:Meenie and .Msne-ee" because she said there wasn't *, I --
IE going to be any "Moe." (This is no gag, either.. DEAR ABBY: I know that I would make a very good sales-
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me'. man, but I can't get a job. Everywhere I apply I am told that I 3. w.t. r.

ras j: DEAR ABBY: I found a young girl's picture in my hus- they are looking for a young man with experience. Abby, how
band's wallet. He said she was a girl he danced with at a barn can I get experience if no one will hire me? I can sell an>'- l f Gq

,utk in town. To prove himself he took me there pointed her out.I thing BALLS 0 FIRE !! ,

and then danced with her once. "just to talk to her." After- NO EXPERIENCE )"'e iTS FIXIN'TO 6i

''T _wards he brought me home pledged his love and tore up the DEAR NO: You cannot "sell an>thing" if you can't sell t"e RAIN CATS /

'picture The next night he was out 'til 4 o'clock in the morning. vourself. A man is not likely to hire a person to sell for him if E-t LI AN'COGS 0

I When he was asleep. I checked his wallet and found another that person' takes "no" for an answer, without attempting to SUl

f J picture of the same girl. Also her telephone number. After he convince him to. say "}'es." G CtF
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JSmenl Monterey, Cal. Joseph. D Romper Room (color) 4 t. F

Cotten narrates. I 9:30 O Jack La Lanne

D Fugitive-Drama i O People Are Funny fro l .. ,
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SPAt Eileen Heckart in hAn 10:00 Q Say When'

fur Sf. .s f: gels Travel on Lonely i,, O News Z
52? Roads," first of a two-i O Science Around You rrJ

NIC! part story. After he's rev! (D Waldo Norris (Color) ---

too nw cognized in a Nevada 10:25 O D News I LOOK? SUES GETTING HER POWERS I YONDER I WOW

wa eM I !, gambling casino, Kimble 10:30 O CD Word For Word BACK TO NORMAL. APE COMING ; SHE'D LOOK IN AcuTE '
our heads out of town-and THE SUN 15 RESiURINGNER SIDE KICKED HER SACK LITTLE
FURREA I meets Sister Veronica, O I Love Lucy DCWER. BLANKET AWAV. FAST! FROCK
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MONDAY: EVKNING !* :jer"r in her case against ancient car Forms 'o t

5:00 Q Best of rcHu'ho Mr Mooney and his( broken down en route to 11:00 O (D (Color) Concentration y #y
1 California. Script by Al / r C
CM O Surf side 6- I 'stf'ry : night-howling sheep dog. :U
C. Ward. Kimble David
Sportssy : Viv: Vivian Vance. Mooney -! O Price Is Right < t r
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en 5:30::: O Newstope Daytona : Gale Gordon. Jerry: Janssen. .11:30 Q (D Missing Links 1
tr* Beach JimmGarrett.. i O Andy Griffith : O Pete And Gladys r

--ar 5:33 D (Color) 1.ol'ale5: O Sir Kenneth Clark I! While Andy is on'a.: O New Horizons r 7

2-BE ap Sports. Weather | 3:00: O IJnnThomas cation. Barney and his ,: 12:00 O CD Your First pLabP&LOSJ: SIr
6:00 O News Spts., Weather D Hollywood Documentary deputy Gomer take over. ImpressionO 4r C.a1.Ttb.M, ao ou
FURWi; O Sunshine Almanac I and also manage to get Love Of Life I, (,3 t b

6:13: O Local News 'On Location: 'Night of themselves locked up in a ; a High School Chemistry NBULANCLS ONLY
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,Tt '::0 O O News-ChetHuntley the Iguana'." Joseph Cot- cell Barney: Don Knotts. : 12:25 O News jQ-111m earr 1
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Ii ten narrates films of director -i, (;omer: Jim Nabors. Convict ;;: 12:30:: O CD Truth Or LEAVES HERO'S OFFICE -; NATURALLY I DON'T WANT TO GETiNvOLVED..BUT
ft5 CROYDEN
fu David Brinkley John Huston and his' : Allan Melvin. |I I Consequences I -i- PUT CROYDEN.it t4i1N1 ON Ttt1 RO: IAEAWWWLE BEt wK3 THAT, IE/WE TONG IS WAITING FOR THOUGHT I SHOULD,

Av or O News-Walter "Iguana" crew on loca- 10:00 O O Sing Along-Songs 1 i O Search For Tomorrow I WHO tMA55 PHONE.PRETEKOW46TWA5J HIM AT HER AWRWVENT... LET IU5T THE A LOVER'S POLICE QUARRELWELLTHATSTHE/MAYDET5/ !

tt s1 Cronkite tion in Mexico.: Seen at O What in the World? 12:45 O Guiding Light i I SAT? yj | ANJ A CALL
GOT
THAT'S RIGH't LIEUTENANT\
.'I -- O Operation Alphabet work and play: Houston; 10:30 D Pre-Fisht Special i, O Visiting Spanish Z WHO LETS);AO GET CALLED OUT! fROM MISS TANG ABOUT FIFTEEN MINUTES (;, r-
C 7:00 O Zane Gre>'-Western 1 I stars Richard Burton, Ava 11:00 O O News, Weather, : Neighbors 1< OF HFR E! AGO./SHE SOUNDED PRETTY t: \
"Lonesome Road." Sett-: Gardner Deborah Kerr Sports : 12:55 O CD News UPSET..5AID CROYPEN WAS ,. FI ;
MO WAY OVER.-AND SHEWAS
p O Rawhide and Sue Lyon; and on- CD (Color) News, 1:00 O News I ON W5 AFRAID OF HIM 1.
"Incident at Zebulon" lookers Tennessee Will! Weather, Sports O Midday ig k,.

'DO1i i O Sing Hi, Sing Lo iams, who wrote the original 11:25 O Movie CD Local News 0 .
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_a D :1\10\ie play, and Liz Taj- "House of Strangers"' 1:05 CD Match Game !

MO "A Face in The Crowd (1949) The tyrannical head! 1:15 O Focus '"' Y v +' J I'avuhl .s''L
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2! -7:13 O Friendly Giant Vietnam. of a family creates violence O Elementary Spanish v ;
it1 7:30 O Movie I (Special) "Vietnam: and hatred among' 1:30 O Science 1:

It __" (Color) Monday Night at I Coups and Crises" traces: his sons Edward G. Rob- O As The World Turns :

s< The Movies "The 39 i i I the recent history of South inson, Susan Hayward, CD Ernie Ford

I Ni Steps. (English: I960) !! Vietnam, focusing on the Richard Conte, Luther Adler -, 2:00 O CD Let's Make A .n -

.tt, 31 -- This remake of the 1935;I fall of the Diem Regime (One hour. 40 min.i Deal THANK coo! N:55YOURE McETlNG OUT GV FRSTYSECRmARE TE t1KRLDALt.DAY! ,I ,GIRL O-BETEVERVH V3U MEET \iih\\

_J8VAI, :: Alfred Hitchcock film!! in November 1963, and 11:::0 O D Johnny CarsonTUESDA I O Password HJN1EI TELEPHONEOPERATORS TRIESTOLUREMXJSWAVFROM PRICE RaY f I tvIUST R .,,
HI isn't by Hitchcock but follows the overthrow of the military Y 2:25 Q CD News WDRRYSO } ( ANDWAITRESSES c / BEINGSO "
2 2Cl the original closely: I.II. junta in January 6:00 O SlimnasticsO 2:30 O CD DoctorsO !iti:? At30tlr Yt7U ( a d AM: IRRESISTIBLE 'Ys v4a

_thFUf An innocent Londoner is,I' 1964. Rep. Clement Za- Sunrise Semester House Party y
pursued by foreign agents I' blocki (D., Wis.), head of ':15 O Sunshine Almanac 3M O B Loretta Young
P'Fi who believe he has some a Congressional Delega- ':30 O World Civilization O To Tell the Truth -.1 5 h

information vital to BriE tion sent to South Viet O Pastor's Study 3:25 O News 7 1

At I tish security. He can't nam in October 1963, is 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac 3:30 O Edge Of Night I- hL f I f. I TLaa

ne turn to the police because interviewed by correspon-. 6:40 D Living Words 3:30 CD You Don't Say f Ix3q J''
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ti he himself is a dent Marguerite Higgins.i ':45 CD Hi, Neighbor 4:00: O Match Game I ;

M murder suspect. 1:30: O Hollywood Documentary ':50 O Farm and Home O Secret Storm j. NDONT ,

-se O What's News 7:00 O m TodayO CD Popeye's Pals 0

s 8:00 O I've Got A Secret Cameras go "In Search News, Weather 4:25 O News I Y,7vrJntYr,

tot O High School of Kim Novak," who livesin 7:05 O Ranger Hal 4:30 O Burns And Allen
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nl Basketball two diverse worlds: in 7:50 O News O Woody Woodpecker

FUtM 8:30 O Lucy-Comedy Hollywood as a movie 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo CD Movie I wo WORK WiTH THEM! WHEN ACTING 15 LIRE RUNNING FOR
s "Lucy Is Her Own Law- star and a recluse in a ':00 8 Divorce Court "The Leopard Man." I WAS M APPRENTICE, W SUMMER OFFICE! -.YOU CAN'T DO YOUR STUFF i ,
--- L00f 50 SHOCKED, STOCK. OLD TICKETS AND UNLESS YOUR
te ---- ---- Uf YOU MAKE THAT a yOU GET IN.-50 YOU PUT HI
su MRS.woR.T'r4 EVERY ACTRESS R APPEAR AS IFM HUNTED PROPS-AND PAINTED tSNT BEST FACE fORWARD ..AND MAKE BIG ,
i EXAGGERATES A11111E- IY1l1Fy l 11 5FT5! ACTING, PROMKE5-AND JU5T HOPE YOU CAM j f.
t loS! SMILE! ,u. .! rt Buchwal* -- THE RCS11Mt SlIE SENDS E ESE NtY CHILD! CARRY THEM OUT-AFTER YOU LAND -,:
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WASHINGTON There has Barry Goldwater, for example, General and Hawaii's Sen. Hi-: report to-the Senate Judiciary

been a lot of criticism lately is an Air Force Major General, ram Fong as a Colonel as wellas Room for a briefing. After be-I
I the fact that Senators command the 9999th Air Reserve 70 Congressional staffers. ing briefed, they will rush to I r h r ARLY E1'EZY F E yiq NCT.V TVZf V CUR !?EA OP SPACE / BIOi KTo-c! sslv AIAYBS IP ws EMT THS
over many
WORLD wSAR TN'O ALSO HAYS WAHAT YOJ VAP [ [ V\S CAME 19 L-ET THE FED; SOME TA 82! R.S4
I and Congressmen hold high Squadron, which includes Sen Sen. Strom Thurmond holds the their planes and take off up I 3 axD a D LAta' Y JOKEZ iN TEE WIN SPACE-ASESY IN Yi Z I+cAD RFTE2sTt'rF I TACTICAL AIR COM,\W I D FILMS TH yfc EES.'fiN:
ranks in the military reserves. Howard Cannon a* a Brigadier.j rank of Major General in theArmy Constitution Ave. by twos. The 9 Ae! F'Ce BASE, wcr CD A T I @ON3: ASAZ'Rr AY NIGI1rATcN \ 5KCT.V US R5VV T>.oY MAVC i F20A\THE NASTY CU)8) !
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I my Reserve unit of 90 men on squadron is to protect the Army ,,0r. i )

SALTS SEAT I Capitol Hill and Congressman Navy Country Club from attack r- kWl
I CROSSWORD i PUZZLE SATIRE TATAR '! William S. Maillard of CaliforI -)by! unfriendly aircraft. '' i v I

EVADER AROMA I ma is Captain of the 73 man.t They will also be assigned to < \ J r'+ -iIlA

ACROSS 25.'Town WithL W A X K I W I N E F Navy unit, which includes Mar-Iffy cover for any Senators and 25'4: I r,il:
DeitV' out a bell C G I S C O N T E S T ine Col.. George A. Smathers of I Congressmen who would like to U ; L ,1 tAfv
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4.Bdgtan 28. Baby'jnakin R E A C tS N E E '< Florida. :leave Washington in a hurry .., i t

'A commUDC: 0 A R R E D u 5 I'I Critics'of the reserve system:: And thirdly, they will in all likelihood I pJ (

'.Aureg ..SlparulOI1lL1kmW 5 u B T L E R D o N E insist that these members of be allowed to strafe Bob t.J spow'T- iJrc

13.PtepositloA 3LGcr.com-pour O N g s A t T N E14.F.gaa7le Congress are no more than a by Baker's home in Spring Val. E"1C II. ;

L E :Puyr uT1LE DERIVE high-powered lobby for their respective -ley.While 1 /) .
15.Vad.able band. R15ER tLATED services and their only Gen. Goldwater's planesare --
ItJ.r 35. Nahoor L A I D 3 A Y 0L ti function is to get appropriationsfor in the air, Gen Strom I

6.Irciand 36.Iceberg (Solutioin to Friday's Puzzle) the outfits whose uniforms Thurmon of the U. S. Army Resen'e -t, coy ar' BE IM TLt.W O YOU' $ ?! '
.1T.Dutch 37.\fa1e line they wear will dig in on the Virginia P ya; AZa rNRViE so STI""G'fWI TARE % i 6-c was zGT; :
cupboard descendants 43. Sulk :-- YCiIZMASE r T eetIS rt YalzLS ,
F 3.TroPteal T;+;9 RCO1A FCZ
side of the Potomac to make
j 19.Bus. 39.Wauh 44. poch Amer.sea I i I We would like to defend these I II 12..0'1. ;) EGGPANT. AtiY ROCNw"I
.: ;;tillage tour: Span 45, ] arried 4, Unrlght ,reserve( officers because we feel sure no Negroes are served in T GN FCC Yt"rZea POTATOES ;/!NM; r

-. 2O.1eut..11a 41. Babyl. woi an's task eousne s j I they have been unjustly vilified.Unfortunately segregated restaurants duringthe 13cEAE EGGTI tiT .II. ,1' 2 ; ,
-2LCharlTarl: mothU'god DOWN
5.Bundle for emergency. I II
security reasons <
colloq. den mdaa 6.Close br. I The Navy unit will launch a
42.Put. they cannot defend them- I
2S.Siam.eaoln 10 a ..
r poet. I torpedo boat (now stashed away
2LSCI1pcd 2. Eared seal selves. But we are under no
grove i. i
Suong J!such in the Senate cloakroom) on
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Memorial and that
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rg. ,4'1 IS coup v their particular service. These plans are contingent, of
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1 .... ;rr.:5.17.: 18- %i df J''.: H 21. Facing a I,.Reserve Squadron has an im- session. In case a filibuster is --- "
:: 2i ?L glacier !portant role to play in the defense ,
U going on in the Senate when the '
; u 22.Gtst i PONT aEsnowU5V5 ; ,o CtE ELE .. siAi eiOTWERfvCYzSTtONFA OF CDliR5EI LEAUZE mATs
"" ': 23. Black bird of our country.: It is not balloon goes up. Gen. Thurmond ,, FATHER: 1..$ A GOOD h bZ ,u."QS.: ..!)I.'T Me A5I REAP THE I YOU AUQVEP A FEW MlNUTIS
7-!!;' ';; !.'H.., lJ ,'A':( 2f 25. Proverbs generally known, but underneaththe will be allowed to remain be-I' ALTH FICENP OF MlkE. '...PfiEl PO OUE5T1OS HER| iT, ALAN. 'THAW50UPT.1 NO ONE 5A* AFTER THE SHOOTING AND
B 7U' 1T 26. Refresh Capitol is specially con-,:hind. I.. :gI1 Wn >J THE CHJLP KILLEP M H'VlkQ; K1LLEP KEE: THE CWILP PO 0! FOUND: LISA WITH THEM
If :;;' l' :; {f }1: i : 2,.Thorough structed hangars are 36 F-105 j The Defense will' A.T FIRST, H'!M. I REALIZED SHE FArrIEe.R.J! EUN: HER HAND!
Department ., 5TUr! O 8Y WA5 MENTALLY ILL!
:: 29 JD ;g:;t ..72 "Ji Case fighter planes. If anyone evert probably deny these facts, but,'".... .1':D3t PA. 'SJNQIJY
'-dJf ; 28. Straw bar pushes the button, the entire < : :: i 'ChNro
have the
it
highest
'; JS ".;.j J A Fig.i we on authority > T'.+._ F,
: ; back lawn of the alpherI
... :.. Capitol will
30.SIITJT that these plans have I USA 6tUDEN 41 s -- ,
10 t Jf 04" 31.Siren :be rolled back and the fighter been drawn up. CASE.U a t II v
: 32. Crandet !planes will be brought to surI Proof of it is that when we oulcKiw sr-C I

.. .iT ;r. .lft. 33. Ducks I face. called the Defense Departmentand rill r
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t I I'N.M 5ElF -
*- ..:..?, .';'r. .S' 36. Short for a In the meantime Gen. Gold- asked them what they were .c 4
l : J girl's name water and members ..K It K Ill t ( I
4: i of the 9- doing with so many highranking -
i 38. Eseryt" ::J
"ar h ate 32 nlln.AP Hewar.Ot...., 3., bod s unde4Q. 999th Air Reserve Squadron will officers up on the Hill, a
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Monday, March 9, 1954 Gainesville Sun,. 11

FARMSRURPJ "UllllllllltWllllllIlWllllllllllllIlImIIllrmlttlllllllJl1f!!! !! WInnmllnlllIlIIImmlltlUIlIIIII /!! !! !
Muslim I .
ROBERTS .C ;
U.S. Hwy.. '
f : : <' ? I WANT-AD RATES

280 room ACRES.hou leader ( 1 I

In. %225.rRealtor..' 12 : I PH. 372-8441


3725393.MILES nor Defects :: 44; for I

high & I
per acre dry ,. -- ThngsYou Classified OnlyDEADLINES 11g

per acre. NEW YORK (APMalcolmX i1t1
with terms
Em outspoken Black Muslim ad- : so U
2910 NW 1.Associate =
*: vocate-of racial separation, has b Tues. thru Fri. papers 5 p.m. Day before publication m
defected from the a For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 .m. Sat.
SiL parent
organ- 32 For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sat. .Iii.:
ization-to form his own mosqueto M5 .
"Selling ''. ; (Minimum ad 4 lines) I
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Country'lb promote "active self defense .

$36S paved dOWr mas. .. against white supremacists in : i, :5 FAMILY RATES -

utlltk) all parts of the country." 1 Insertion ............................................... 34c line
Drive west ; It! 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line 6
right 0" 5 Malcolm told : 6 Insertions .............................................. 17c line Ie:
for the sl$ The Associated[ ; J 0 12 Insertions .........'.................' .. 14c lint
RalPh Press today: -. I Total charge. computed by multiplying 'i t"il" iIM; x' rata cam-
ed x number of Insertions.
:
11 W. Unlv 1 Ii

Msmt43C am.still a Muslim. in- ____ E B

:tend.to:work on own E 28
my amongAmerica's' ; 5 Five letter words per line
I
22 million non-Mus-

lim Negroes to convert them 11 Same es 2 lines

2&3.HON.& "from non-violence to active self- I 8 Pt. ordinary type

SE7thAbmen?. SOl defense against white suprema- 12 Pt.Same ordinary as type 3 lines I

ment.$65. Also Me cists in all parts of the country. m- Ii
4 lines
a
lot for IVCIII 1Pullder "I want it clearly understoodthat 1 18 Pt.ordinary: type
Train ClearedWith
Lawtey Wreckage I
: my advice to all Muslimsis
,.
45 F.EJ. that they stay in the Nation of many spectator-superintendents looking on, wood shifting on a car and hitting a track switch. No E O *A D t.Sa"e: as 5 lines

Islam under the spiritual guid- workers clear the wreckage of freight cars which left JLm T \ type I
injuries were reported, but the SAL mainline was
ance of the Honorable Elijah the Seaboard Air Line tracks in Lawtey Friday night.

Muhammad. Nineteen cars were derailed in an accident which rail blocked for about 14 hours. (Sun photo by Sam Mc- I|I The incorrect Gainesville Insertion Sun, nor will will not it be be responsible liable for any for error more In than adver.one

AFIGame* "it is not desire to road officials believe was caused by a load of pulp- Garvey.) tisement to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied =
my en- _ : by the Item to the advertisement. No adjustment will i
$57 courage them to follow me." I.-____ Ii 9! the be made advertlstment.on errors that do not materially effect the value of


rA Lovely Fumlshe 1 Malcolm once was consideredheir I In The I The Gainesville' Sun reserves the Privilege of revising or re- 28 I

. ment. 309 apparent to Muhammad, / SEE 28 lading any Jve,7lsemen' which it deems objection! and to

9608. who makes his headquarters in by I a change dared to the conform to the" policy of any of advertisement the paper. from that or- ij=

SPACIOUS Chicago. He was head of the
furnished i $4

5270.St. $70 sect's New York City Mosqueand Capitol -EiIIIIIDIIIIIII.mllllllJmmllll1ll1llllllmmmmmmll! -................!..-...!.......-.........!..!...l.....wuu..u..u..UI"'IIIIIJIIIIWIDllmi11"R"IIIII '""'_ _, _" ij
the group's leading spokesman. I No Longer

NICE room.ment.2 bfr tM I .the SUN CLASSIFIEDDial 13-Help Malt or Female


water Sand Noted for his bitter verbal at- SCHOOL BOYCOTT: A Ne- Exp.: secretaries, salary open

pus. .ntr S750 tacks on white people, Malcolmwas gro leader has set April 20 fora White Cashier-hostess housekeeper, attractive$25 wk.

FURNISHfn suspended by Muhammadin one-day boycott of Washington 376-4672 Bookkeeper salary open
ar etc ALACIIUA GENERAL Griffis Starke. Mrs. Michael Mitchell 2307 SW Exp. Waitress. salary & comm.
vale enl November after he said in a public schools. He predictshalf Exp. mechanics
March 6 DISCHARGED 16th PI. Mr. and Mrs. Store trainee, hi schl. grad.
a son
per mOo speech that President Kenne- ; of the city's 133,000 public Off. trainee hi schl. grad.

REAL nlc. dy's death was a case of "the BIRTHSMr. Mrs. Ernestine Chipley, Mrs. Daniel Ward, 733 SW 27th St., school pupils will particpate. Announcements Tree Auto surgeon salesmen foreman Exp. U hr.

couple SW 74thROOMY 4 chickens coming home to and Mrs. Alvis Hales, 2213 Mary Lou Cook, Deannie L. a girl. Some 85.7 per cent of the dis Short order grill man

SE 50th St. Mr. and Silas, Teresa Perdue, Judy Per ADMITTED Insurance trainee $100 wk.
1elft. roost." a girl; trict's public school pupils are 3 LOST & FOUND Route salesman Levy Co.

prhtrance.. Mrs. William Hamm, Cross City, due, Mrs. Beatrice H. Stauch, I Mrs. Suzanne Ward, Mrs. Judy -Negroes. CONNELL 120 SE EMPLOY. AGY.
1st Ave.
NE Silt Commenting on his suspen- a girl; Mr. and Mrs. George W. Barney Newsome, Mrs. MarionA. Ann Mitchell, Mrs. Wanda Julius Hobson southeast Need LOST man's black billfold. Finder _Phone 3768234PLACEMENT _

2-B EDROtapartmef sion, Malcolm said: "I have Howell, 3620 SW Archer Rd., Hammer, Mrs. Beatrice Caraway, Michael Price, Mrs. officer and, regional -I may billfold.keep Mail$15 to but H.please C. Amason return, SERVICE

reached the conclusion that I a boy. Counce, Mrs. Mary Lee Prid- Oscar Dudley, Mrs. Mattie V. Washington 3333 NW 4th St. or call 372.1941. Office Technical Professional
chairman
Phone F of the
FURNISHrWat I can best spread Mr. Muham ADMITTED 1 1[gen, James E. Miller, Mrs. Lou- Mitchell, Curt R. Shadburn, Racial Equality said Congress of 4 Personalized Services For College appt. Graduates call 372-M7T-

r ft mad's message by staying out Mrs. Irma G. Hales, JamesR. ise D. Summerlin, Mrs. GloriaJ. Mrs. Alma Souders, all of Sundaythat 10-12:00 A.M. '..4:00 P.M.

workingand 9thTerrace of the Nation of Islam and con- Crews, Mrs. Patricia Howell, McFadden, Mrs. Susan Nis- Gainesville; Mrs. Charlotte on two days, children will LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention Monday PERSONNEL through CENTER.Friday
be
r- tinuing to work on my own..." Mrs. LaVerne Orton, Mrs. Shir- kanen, Mrs. Creasey S. Oglesby. Jones, Starke; Mrs. Martha E. brought in buses from Easy Way to nervous Driving School.or elderly.FR 10? NW 2nd Avenue_

I BEDRCfurnlsheo Asked if heavyweight champion ley Harman, Mrs. Lottie Big- March 7 Frugoli, High Springs; Mr. Harold schools.crowded to under capacity 2-7002. Lie by State of Fla. $1.70 catalog per &hour servicing and up customers.pricing

Apartme Cassius Clay, a member of ham, John H. Gabbert, Jr., Mrs. BIRTHSMr. Jacobson, Hawthorne; Miss INCOME TAX and BOOKKEEPING Full time or part-time. Openings

Avt.1 block Cc the Black Muslims, would be a Queen Esther Dingle, Cornell and Mrs. Richard Orton, Susan Sims, Hawthorne; Mrs. The week-long drive, Hobson Street.SERVICES.Phone 3763"33.SPECIAL 4004 .S W. KVn areas.In Gainesville Fuller Brush Starke Co.& Keystone 3727117.

...pancy bI part of his new organization, Haile, all of Gainesville; Burt Route 1, Box 19C, a girl; Mr. Vern Wimberley, Mayo; Theresa said, will also include mass sit-

apartme BEDR Malcolm replied: Weyhing, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. and Mrs. Frederick Harmon, Ann Ledford, Hawthorne. ins and picketing aimed at E NOTICESTRY 14-Sales Help Wanted

Call F "No. I wouldn't want Clay to Carolyn C. Hamm, Cross City; 101& NE 3rd Ave., a girl; Mr. DISCHARGED equalizing and improving education DIADAX TABLETS formerly SALESMAN FOR -
and Mrs. Robert Bondurent, 211- O. Thames Mrs. ClaraB. in the Oex-A-Diet). New name. same LOCAL TERRITORY
Troy
MOBILEswImmil ,
capital.FRANCESOUTHEAST.
take any position which would Mrs. Lucy M. May, Archer; formula. only 98c. Canova's Drug To call on assigned automotive
Davis Newb U Flavet III, a boy; Mr. Durrance, John Huston Gab Store 37 N. Main St. dealers or Industrial accounts.
Phone his international err
endanger rep- Sampson y; Chance for
and Mrs. Roy N. Nobles, Cross bert. Jr.. Mrs. Dorothy Folker DUE to divorce I have advancement with an
John a like expanding
DOWNTI utation and position as heavy Lloyd Gay, High Springs; Use aggressive national
Or
new 1964 model Zig Zag. Auto
apt. m Elaine City, a and son, Mrs. Marilyn Alexander matic company. Personal help and product
only. nt weight champion the world. Clayton, Williston; Mrs. boy.ADMITTED ASIA: sewing machine. that knowledge seminars. Young
and daughter, James 0. I The French does everything. We would like man 25 or over must have late
Foreign Minister some to take
UODERryard. one up payments model
Ralph L. Chambers, Gladys Stockton, Roy Tracy, Mrs. Clara says he doesn't believe the of MOO per mo. Ph. 3722051. above average.car. Straight Write commission for pre-

7883. Richardson, Mrs. Murray Robinson Marie Hinkley, Mrs. Patricia I I application form and to arrange
BRI; countries of Europe and the 8 Baby Sitters. Child Car interview. Mr. Kent. FULLWELL
I ties ft. RENTATV'TECH i John Wagner, :Mrs. Ruth Ann Jamerson, Lewis Arlington United MOTOR PRODUCTS CO. INC.
States '
are prepared to P. O. Box 10646 Sta. A
Ing. 91 Guynn, Mrs. Donnie Melton, Mr. Hartley M. Gilbert, Atlanta
fight a major for TINY TOT Georgia 30310
$65 pel war SoutheastAsia.
Frank Heitzman, Mrs. Mary!. Mrs. Mary Jane Frederick, Mrs.

jt NEW 52k at TELEVISION Stephens, Craig Allen Martin, Mary Sue Willingham and PLAY SCHOOL 16-Work Wanted Femal.

.,2 315 MM 4 122 N.W. 16th Ave. Dr. R. E. L. Greene, Mrs. Beverly daughter, Mrs. Shirley Busch "Therefore we think that the Visit us and see for yourself.
2892.NANTED. 84 SE 8th St. FR 4-780. ENVELOPE
I I ( Bondurent, all of Gaines.: and son, Mrs. Nancy Jones and I solution is neutrality-not neu- PLANNED program awaits your typing addressing to your and specifi professional

2 girls ville; Mrs. Ruby Wyrosdick, son, Craig Allen Martin, Florence -I tralism, neutrality," said Maurice pre-school youngster at JACK cation.service. Reasonable Write Box 362-A rates., Galnes-fast

2 Call Br.48 r Archer: Mrs. Mary S. Nobles,: Hankerson, John Drig- couve de Murville in Music& JILL programs NURSERY educational SCHOOL ville Sun.EXPERIENCED.

thru Fi FEATURES Cross City; Mr. Seton N. Edson, gers, Mrs. Yvonne Martin and a copyrighted interview published film-strips. 7:45-5:15 Mon.-FrLl Medical Techn
I 1:00. 3:05. 5:13. 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 63900. clan desires position with prIvate
fURNISIprivate ------------ -- .- 7:21. 9:29 Micanopy; Mrs. Virginia Diede- daughters, Mrs. Mary Jane Tur- today in the magazine WILL care for children for work- practicing doctor or labo-

FR 4-J FRANK man, High Springs; Mrs. ClaraB. ner and son.ACCIDENT. "U.S. News & World Report." Ing mothers In SE section. 2239 ratory. phone 6-2741.
Sell Fast SE 43rd Terr. Phone 372-sm.
EFFicIAll Durrance, Trenton.DISCHARGED. ROUNDUP The alternative to neutrality 17 Work Wanted MaU
".n IINTRa COMPETENT mother will care for
& hut DEAN" Involved. accidents reportedto in Southeast Asia, "in our opin children. Days or after school.
Gr ANITA Gainesville Police and thesheriff's Reasonable In my home. 909 EXPERIENCED brick
ney or block
John ion he said lay.
Leslie Tuggle, Eugene "would be com SE lit Ave. 376441.Employment. er wants work full or part time.
last
CUEAN"near the
t _! Locklear, Mrs. Dora Vee Cor- office during munism rather than anythingelse. Phone 466-3355.

seen I bin Pridgeon, Mrs. Danette 39 hours: ."

$45 Cl M I THURS! "7 DAYS IN MAY" I Smith, Mrs. Evalyn L. Adams, Fred Noal Ray, 2760 SE 18th Asked if he felt military solu 18 Schools & Instruction

ly, II Mrs. Ave., s t r u ck two trees a mile
b3tttmattrr Russell P. Hennessey, 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED I
tion is he
impossible
Catherine and a half south of Gainesvilleon replied: 1 1st Lesson Free
Margaret E. Lindsley, -
"I don't think
nished that the situation
Complete road 339A at 8:20: Satur- BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn
Powell, Mrs. Nellie M. David p.m. Harvey's Real Estate
FURNIS' in Southeast Asia can be maintained up to $S per hour demonstrating LICENSE COURSE
see to Floor Mrs. Hilda Holder, David L. day.Clarence famous Studio Girl HOWElL'S BUSINESS COLkEGC
Sunda.ttr Planning, EngineeringINTERIOR Nemetz Mrs. Clara Sappington B. Day, 4, 708 NW indefinitely by means of Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. 211 W. Unlv. Ave. FR 6-3507
4 force. Phone 376-4336 after 6. 3723727.:
..
12th St., hit by a truck driven
SUMMEIapartlr DESIGN & DECOR Thomas Jefferson Higgins. LOOK $595 Your watch cleaned MEN-WOMEN AGE 11-55
by Willie Bransen, 42, 711 NW plus $300 gold filled band; Wanted Immediately
locatlo FOR March 8 12th Terrace in the 700 block of with Choice of designs. THE BAZAAR To Train For
$100 p BARS COCKTAIL LOUNGES BIRTHSMr. TEACHERS PAY: Teachersof WATCH REPAIR 113 N. MainSt. CIVIL SERVICE
NW 6t NW 12th Street, but not injured. law received the Mr. OttS FR 67137. Offering
highest sal
and Mrs. Ira Davis 2823 Good
RESTAURANTS and PACKAGE STORES pay. more security V.-
Mr. and Thomas James Hansen, 1140 aries of all teachers in U.S. in EXPERIENCEDSTENOORAPHERS cation and sick leave pay.
Dr.
We Will Work With Your Architect NW 13th a son; NW 55th St., struck a utility stitutions of higher education Sperry has desirable positions For local free Interview Information writ. .nd.
l Person
I::iii pole in the 100 block of SW 31st available for experienced stenographers American Service
Generous Financing during the 1962-63 with
school year, developed secretarial Box 348-M Gainesville Sun.
Street at 12:59 p.m. yesterday. skills. Starting salary
TODAY the Office of Education reports. determined by prior experience LEARN 2
BARSCO SUPPLY CO. TATE Thomas Cornett 1790 ARN
Charles Median salaries for law with increase based on regularly Secretarial courses speedwrit-
i TUESDAY SE 32nd St. driving a bus anda to scheduled work performance re Ing. shorthand. Classes' 'now
,
C. R. MOBLEY teachers were $12,000 for the views. Promotional' opportunities. forming. Howell's BUll n'e S S
i small foreign car driven by a 5 day work week. Excellent College 218 W. Univ. Ave. '
regular academic year-nine working conditions and benefits.
or
702 WEST BAY ST. JACKSONVILLE ; 1:00 "A ROMP OF BAWDY ,hit and run driver in the 19 months-and about $12,400for Submit resume 'In confidence or 22 Special Services *
telephone 372-0411 Ext. 225. for
PHONE EL 4-4448 & EL 3-1396 JAX. I sloo 500 block of W. University Avenue law teachers employed for PersonWANT appointment.
TALES. THE MOST
p .. at 12:13 p.m. yesterday.Fire SPERRY
I 7:00 an 11-month or 12-month year. ELECTRONIC TUBE "LIKE NEW That's what you'll
Calls say about clothes cleaned at
;
1 900 REFRESHING MOVIE Median salary for all college DIVISIONSPERRY RAND CORP. AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS: 2
At 9 a.m. yesterday, a grease hr. service; free pickup and
THRU WED I and university teachers for the GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
SUBURBIA GAIETY IN in the kitchen of houseat EQUAL OPPORTUNITY delivery AIR.WAY costs less20 /
fire
I a ._ ? S E. 14th St. FB S-5t6.'
academic year was $7,700, and EMPLOYMENTS
OKIVE-INTHEATRI 835 E. University Ave. was
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I AT 7:15J TOWN!II for the calendar year, $9,500. MONEYS 27 Feed & Fertilizer
when firemen arrived.
lout $100 EXTRA a month with our
-Won.I TMg,.,. COURT OF RECORD new SoRare Beauty Program.We .
Civil Dispositions show you how FREE. Writeto Dsr: FERTILIZER U.00 per
FABLES Judge Ira Carter presiding Theft ReportedA Box :3&4-A NOW c/o Gainesville yard. $1.25 per bag. Phon 37*.
IP&H March 5 Sun for Interview appt. 5555. -4
..) OF LOVE AL.. Hal McLeod doing businessas ADS
McLeod and Co.. High Springs vs. set of stainless steelware, a AVON TERRITORIESNOW 28 Livestock & Supplies
Collis Porter Alachua. $29.11.
A. L. and Hal McLeod. doing business blanket and two boxes of floor REGISTERED Quarter Horse Sale,
Plus Special Short as McLeod and Co.. High Springs. vs. Livestock Pavilllon, Ocala. Fie.,
I1 and Blue" Letha Mae Jones. Newberry $18.29. tile were taken by burglars at Open near. Hawthorne and Sat. March 14 at 11:00 AJM. 40
ApplRE 'Orange A. L. and Hal McLeod doing business. 1622 NW 6th St., police reported Windsor Avon customers waiting for registered quarter and thoroughbred .
I servlca. Call Mrs. Burns.
as McLeod and Co.. High Springs vs. horses. Information H. l_
FR
Bobby Johnson. Alachua $175.58. yesterday. '- 421. Cherry. Telephone 245-2211, Ocafa,

Wilson's. vs. Arthur Department DeBose and Store.L. DeBose.Gainesville The theft was discovered Sat 4LINES 12 Male! Help Wanted Fla.

Gainesville $10. urday afternoon. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
Imperial Casket Co. Inc. vs. A. Jerome -
Ifllr r- See Brown. doing business as AJt- Entry to the house was gained AUTO PARTS DACHSHUND Puppies AK.regi.
1219
rome Brown Funeral Home H i gh tered. 1 male 2 females..Ranch
I by forcing a rear door
Springs $175.Messenger. police
ViA MAN WANTEDMust Motel Orange Lake Ph. 5".2161.
I Corporation vs. A. Jerome said. Mcintosh.
; "HI _
Brown. doing business as A. Jerome be experienced sober and
BEFOOL Brown Funeral Home. High Springs reliable only. Appty to B & C PUREBRED Dalmatian puppies-
Iki ? Motor Co.. 115 SE 2nd St. born 13 February 19M. For in.
$175.Albert
Pa H. Miller vs. Harold Coles A. formation contact James Wing
D. Sellers. J. Erwin Edwards and Vernon COUNTER MAN no experience for FR 2621. "
EXT NEIGHBOR"I Griffis. formerly doing business as The new radio telescope In 10 cafeteria line & soda fountain. __
Ice. I C. and E. Electric Co.. Gainesville Puerto Rico has as its primary Apply College Inn. 172 W. Univ. 2 PUREBRED male. poodles for
Cou. I$300.14. Ave. No Phone calls. sale. 3 months old. Priced reasonably. -
Fuilgas Inc., Gainesville vs. W. R. mission the study of the iono Call 495-239 f lUll 6p.m. .*
CAR SALESMAN; excellent oppor. or write Mrs. Ma/chant,
AutHYDE Hargrave and Kathryn G. Hargrave
I! JIM WATSONand II Gainesville. $49.45. sphere. This portion of the atmosphere DAYS tunrty with locally owned Cadil- Box 126. Archer Fl._
Frank Towers. business extends Jac-Oldsmobllt dealer primarily
doing as 50 to 400 miles AMERICAN SHEPHERD PUP-
selling used cars. Compensation
: Frank's Grocery. rocker, vs. N. R.
exct and Ethel Simmons. $162.90 Gaines: above the earth's surface and dependant upon ability and willIngness PIES.. Male Registered In byyer'sname.
on female ;
to work must earn or $30. Gerald
WaiMl ville.Carl Daouila and Don Carney. doing I makes possible radio communi over $100 per week to retain Feaster Ph. 466-3414.

s.,. MARCH 10th business as Carl and Don's Standard I cations. I': ONLYa lob. Only sober persons of high CLEAN UP SALE purebred!.beZ
SEA Station. Gainesville vs. Mrs. Lee Chal- 'I moral character will be consider. gle puppies best stock S19 each.
Mel fante doing business as United TVtkc1A ed. Apply In person to Jay Bras- Crossbred puppies, good stock
.
i Ington Used Car Manager B $5-15 Phone Keystone MaJghts47349M
AutAUTC I i 7jI \ Hear Special Guest C.",.- Wheeler doing business as Western S2 G Motor Co; 2001 NW 13th St. ea.. James' Kennels. .
Auto Associate Gainesville vs. Ma-
ROUTE man wanted. Good physical -
Die Davis. Gainesville vs. Mable Davis. 33 LOTS FOR SALE.
condition 21 to 35. Married;
I ; MR. WILBUR Gainesville.WDVH Inc.$4138.vs. Hooper Mozart Corporation 011Y14H THAIR1a. must be bondable. High school
net education preferred. Apply 204
I 2 BEAUTIFUL comer lots bVMrth
Gainesville $941.28. .
fr.. .. b Fl 10 SW 5th St.DELIVERY.
FARRELL James L. Manning Jacksonville, vs. section. close to G.H.S. ano> bus
baa MA II Curtis Parrish Alachua 145. NOW THRILLING HITS man. Must be mon- stop. Inquire at 1134 N.W22nd..
323 2 is thefLAV General Finance Co. of Florida North I Open .:3* Shew 7M special flatchargeservice sible. High schoo' CO. Driver's Ave. .
.- Gainesville vs. Manning L. stt foe.. S*. B.te Lila As IM license n ceM.ry. Opportunity
'N I''I Alachua County Gainesville S13184. FIRST RUN for non-com- to* lovancement. In sales & 34 Waterfront Property
BuiJl : Agricultural Agent at General Finance Co. of Florida North.\ ervlce. 44 hrs. week. Good pay.
; vs. William A. and Billy R. Mathews. NEW SUSPENSE SHUCKED mercial users only. Reply Box 3O-A. Gainesville\ Sun. WINFRED H. CRAWFORD
in Chiefland. $478.08. 1 Reg. Broker, specaliZlrid hi
CJ 1 General Finance Co. of Florida North WANTED young experienced repair LAKE PROPERTIES -.l-cltE-:
:- state? i 6:45 a.m. Gainesville. vs. Leonard Griffis and salesman In the field AGE. 3 miles No. ofCR MeIftM",
your e UN-AD! '& i Gainesville $431.13. Jr"l Dial of audio fc record play back S-2W. \
I I General Finance Co. of Florida equipment. Call 372-1235. -
on vs. Jim H. Estes. Mcintosh. $499. CHOICE LAKE FRO :
SEE CLAY-LISTON FIGHT! I Interstate Photo Supply Corp.. Gaines 13-Help Mile or Female Best BUY Furnished Year
ville vs. Hooper Mozert Corp.. Gainesville 376-4672 Rt.nd Lake Home *3M90
I '
POWERFULCHANNEL $524.31. LABORATORY TECHNICIAN. minimum Choice/ 3 bedroom 2 baW .
i McKinrtey Green Inc. vs. Charles A. lAd Hit At 7N A 1IM 3 years college. ACCOUNTANT year round lake home ....$29,001-
I Hooper. doing business as Mary Cohen's CONNIE FRANCIS male full charge. 5100 to Lake Rosa home with ***
BuSAAA- Camera Center Jacksonville $114.48. BOYSIN S125 week. Apply 10-12 2 guest cottages 930OOJ
: FOLLOW THE per am.
-::4..tw. ALSOAT, 9:15 12 Mellon Automotive Service lnc. High I I Direct line to 2-4 p.m. PERSONNEL CENTER. Lake Santa Fe 4 bedroonr
i COLOR 2 baths iM1Four **
Springs vs. Pete Higdon. High SprIngs 102 N.W. 2nd Ave. -
.. ''' .. I $7.4S. Positively Last Nit. S bedrooms 2 baths CB-
Ralph Stautamlre Budget Inc. c-o Want Ad-Visors BOOKKEEPER 44 hour week. good home on beautiful lake 435.601
tn : COVER GIRL KILLERS i WFGATVJacksonville Hawes Powers Motors. Gainesville. LISTON-CLAY pay. Must have good knowledge Four bedrooms 2 baths..tboul
: $110.45. FIGHT FILM of accounting and be able to 3 acres on Lake Rosa $39,500
U C. Crosby doing business as Cros make all. types of closing t ARNOLD REALTY CO
-- -- 8:45 ONLY 1219 W. UNIV. AVE.
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I WJIIllIIIIIIIlmlllllnlUlI'mntnllllllllllllnlllIInmllnnnnnl! lllllllllllmlmmIlIlRllDIIRIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRIIII 35 Houses for Sale I 35 Houses for Sal.
34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses for Sale I
Shadow Lawn Estates
CLASSIFICATION INDEX II I E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN Custom-bunt homes that look OWN YOUR
; SELL $450 down $13,500. OVER 1.400 Ft. COOPERATIVeAPARTMENT
lot A MONTH Incl. T 8. I.. MUST plus carport and custom built. U you are tired '
fenced 90 x 200 on JUST $97
CLEARED homeon 3 BR. Ig. panelled living rm. ,, porch. 3 BR. and study. 1-tt JR. of homes with that subdivision -
miles this 3 BR. Itt bath.
sand bottom lake 25 Gets '
clear' Ig kitchen.
& dining area. nice bath attic fan built in drawers look. see
from town. J1.000 cash. Phone big N.W. lot on dead-end I MERCHANDISE I lot. 1425 NE 7th Terr. FR 2-3114. vanity. and storage galore 80x4D Homes Lots Income. Bus-
376-2342. street. $16,000 gets big kitchen ANNOUNCEMENTS Convenent: to Metcalf iness and Late Property.Farina F. D. Oliver. Bldr. For Information
With pantry hardwood floors. = 1 In Memoriam 5 and Acreage. Ph. FR J-OS64
61 Wanted U BIT
Bishop Parochial
Schools. $30
LAKE LOTS FOR SALE separate BR.. wall to wall car = S Card of Thanks St: Machinery Tol FRED Mo. V.A. 4% percent. FR 6-2775. E. -CURLY" KUEHN. Jr. West e. NW UtIa Ave. past University Park
peting. gas logs est. shrubs and = 3 Lost ft FoandH 63 Building Materials 638 N. MAIN ST. th. Glen Springs! iotersee
30 minutes from Gainesville. lawn. Fenced yard. and other 4 Personalized Services 64 Household Goods 02 FR 6-2032 Broker FR C-6544 ttosu See sIgn is left. Apts.Box .
Palatka Road. Clear sand bottom features. 719 N.W. 19th Lane. = 5 Travel Information 65 Antiques e 02 37 Real Estate ExchangedTRADE
beach front. = < Special Notices' 11025Ft.
lake. Good
66 Mist. For Sale 02 ARNOLD
moss covered trees. BY OWNER 3 BR. 2 bath painted S 1 Florists 67 Trading Pests 5 Lauderdale Fla.
brick spanish 2 story home. H 8 Baby Sitters. Child CareS equity 3 BR. 2 bath, CCB.
68 Articles Wanted
I Call WALTER STUBBS INC Central heat. quiet ideal location a Places T. G. And 69 Fa.l Oil Weeds 02 5 260 ft. frontage beautifully land- MCCOY'SMacornaHomes
376-5394 near shopping center. 530 g Things T* SeeAUTOMOTIVE REALTOR scaped. Ocala. 1825 NW 26th St.
70 Boats Marine Eqiip. 02 FOR SALE
Blvd. for house of equal value in
NE 7th Ave. corner 71 Camp .Hunt. Fish I
Screened porch. Living Rm. with 1 Gainesville. Phone 629-1993-
71 Office: Equipment 02 NEW HOUSENo
Real Estate For Sale fireplace Patio. Phone FR 2- = SalesRentalsH Inc.
7* Airplane 73 Musical: Merchandise
I 8245. .77 Mobile Homes for Sale I 1336N.E.7thST. 38 Real Estate Wanted down payment. 3 Bedroom. For Sale very attractive 3- Your Best Buy!

= .s Trucks for Sal. 2 full tile bath Fla. room. bedroom. bath home. 4617
35 Houses for Sale FOR SALE BY OWNER. spacious = 79 Trucks Wanted Comfort and economy for your central heat. Take up pay. E. University Ave.; walking
3 BR, 2 bath. Fla. Rm. closeto = 80 Tractors .& Truck Rentals REALESTATEFORSALEE family for $400 cash down payment ments one.cistingrngr. distance to Lake Forest
school Littlewood Estates. Trailer Rentals Yes. if you can qualifyfor WANT TO BUY I HIGHLAND
g 83 372-9569 Schools. Price $12,500. $500 .
33 Lots for Sal. =
A HOME for Florida. Lg. open FHA the monthly paymentswill
24500. Reasonable down pay ft Scooter
I living area with walnut paneling ment. 920 NW 37th Terr. Phone I = 83 Motorcycles Repairs 34 Waterfront Property = be approximately $81.00 per 2 or 3 bedroom home with family down and $79.50 per month. I
Automobile
built-in planters 24 ft. = 84 33 Houses For Sale == month. Range and refrigerator In- room and 2 baths. Kitchen must Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy !
sliding glass doors opening onto 3n-5738. E 15! Automobiles for Sal 36 Cottages For Sale = cluded. be equipped. Central heat pre Jr. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR

enclosed; covered patio. 3 BR, I FOR SALE BY OWNER 22nd = 86 Swap Cars 37 Real Estate Exchanged !s ferred. Must be priced right !JWllIfflhl0237SfllflllltIfflhlUllfl0202fllWflllWllLth 6-5015' 53rd_ Office Blvd corner N. Main COURT
2 baths central airconditioning 38 Real Estate Wanted = with reasonable down payment.
Street area. 4 BR. 2 baths. 27
BEST BUY
, and heating eat-In kitchen living room and fireplace; hard- 1 EDUCATIONALg 39 Out of Town Property == Write to Box 365-A, GainesvilleSun.
with built-in stove. dishwasherand Schools ft Instraetlon I 02Norwood I II
wood floors. panelled walls & 18 40 Business Properties = Handsome 2 story concrete
disposal. Close to schools. built-Ins; central heat screened = 19 Music Daccing 41 Residential Income = block residence with central
12X000. 922 NW 36th Terrace. porch; shaded landscaped yard. = 20 Wanted Instruction 43 Farms a Acreage = heat. Over 1.900 sq. ft. features MANOR
Week days after 5. FR 6-4945. patio and Bar-B-Q pit; service 43 Colored Property = wood burning fireplace hardwood 39 Out of Town Property Hope II

4BR. Fla. Rm. fireplace partial area. Call 376-5642 for appt. I EMPLOYMENT floors dishwasher In kit- HOMEBUYERS
A-C. walk to schools. $19,500 FHA. = 17 Work Wanted Male RENTALS | chen. There are 3 bedrooms 2 I "H" Inc. I
$900 down. 3544 NW 7th Ave.. FOR SALE BY OWNER NW g 1C Work Wanted .Female baths and separate family room. 71 ACRE building lot on top of a
owner FR 6-9048. Section, 3 BR, 2 bath. CCB = 14 Sales Help Wanted 44 Cottages For Rent g I Large wooded lot. $700 down to hill 3 miles Northwest of Ala- We Trade Homesor
central heat built-In appliances. = JI Help-Male .r Female 45 Furnished Apt. = qualified buyer.BEAMED. chua with a beautiful view and
3 BEDROOM home. air conditioned Large utility room dbl. carport. H i; Male Help Wanted 46 Unfurnished Apts. = ornamented by oak hickory pine or PropertyH I

wall to wall carpeting paved street on sewer. Small S Dramatic 47 nooses for Fora. = CEILINGSOwner and other type trees. Fence; the
throughout the home. Draperies. down payment. FR 6-4774 after C g 11 Female Help Wanted 48 Houses for ::1&- ;. = whole 71 acres. build a home in IIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIUIJIWDWllllllllIIIHIIWlIIII/IIIIIII/ !
Situated on large wooded lot. p.m. 49 Rooms for Bent = has moved away. He the center and let the rest of GUIDEby
Sale price 16850. $1.000 down. 1 FARMS & LIVESTOCK 50 Hotel Rooms = said sell! 3 bedrooms. 2 baths. the world go by. The price of The following are ready for j
call 376-1168. Weekdays after 5 NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 = 26 Fcrm Equipment 51 Mlse. Rentals = terrazzo floors central heat. the entire lot is only $14200 = occupancy. i iI E
pm. Anytime on weekends. bath. Central heat. central air == S7 Feed ft Fertilizer S1A Wanted T. Bent =5 paved street beautifully landscaped FRANK D. & LEE HOWARD. 1021 NW 40th Dr. | The James Co.

NORTHWEST 3 BR.. 2 bath separate condo Northwest. 19000. Call = 28 LIvestock: .ft Supplies 59 Boarders Wanted S lot. Full price 17600. Real Estate. Grady Finance = 3 BR. Itt Bath $500 dn. 37
dining Rm. Lg. living room. 376-2927. = 29 Landscaping Top Soil 53 Office: Desk Space g BUilding. phone 454-1396 High g $107 MO. The James Co. of Gainesville.
54 Business Rentals Springs or 909 W. St., Inc. Builders of
playroom. double garage. on = 30 Pets ft Supplies g Magnolia Kingsberry
I wooded lot. Split-level. For sale 3 Acre AND lots.4 Bedroom Go out NW homes.16th Avenue On H 31 LIvestock: WantedFINANCIAL ARNOLDREALTY Leesburg" 1 4628 SE 2nd PI. Homes for this area will be

by owner. Will trade for smaller to 43rd St. Intersect on. SERVICE | H 3 BR. 1 bath, $600 dn. $74 I happy to answer any questionsyou
home. 2227 N.W. 9th PI. (Off turn right. go approximately 1 1 = COMPANY 40 Business Properties = permo.4527&46l7SElstPl.. might have concerning
22nd St.) mile. see sign on eft.T. H 56 Business Opportunities IS Special: Services: ff Member Multiple Listing -= =- home ownership. You might be
D. ZETROUER. BUILDERFR to Loan 23 Home Improvements g = one of those people that now
= 87 MoneT 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 16 ACRES for sale w/4 acres I .
HOUSES FOR SALE. 3-BR 2- 24 Radio TV Service = owns a home but found that it
Bath. central heat with fire 6-3848. H 58 Mortgages j Associates: Pete Sieg zoned business 500 ft. hwy. frontage H 3 BR. 2 bath, $500 dn. $63 37 Is ,
WantediiLwudiiuiuIuiuwuiwwww..n.u. 25 Appliance Jk Furniture = now Inadequate If this Is the
59 3 bedroom furnished house.
= Money
place. NW 47th Terrace.. Price 3 BEDROOM block house for sale. Jane Caldwell Wayne Mason = per mo. case. a call to The James Co.
INTERESTED
Call 2-4951.
$15.900 2 Baths. Would like $500 equity "'n"IIIIIIIIIIII""I"UIIII", ", "n."' '''nlllm iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiinnnitiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiinninnuinniflUiiHii!! iiBi Jim Shepperd F. W. Hodge could very well solve your
CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3-BR and take up payments. Call FR -- Charlie Mayo Bob Kalkman B 303 & 313 SE 38th St.023O4314SE39thSt.. problems. By this we mean

1-bath.Payments SE$65 46th per mo.Terr. $9.500. 6-4930. 35 Houses For Sole 35 Houses for Sale NEW HOMESBe 42 Farms & Acreage trading In your present home. ;/41 1\
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2-BR 1-bath. SE 46th Terr. 6500. RESTRICTED Gwynn Oaks 3 BR. H 3 BR 1 bath $500 dn. $64 j There are a number of ques-
$45 per mo. 2 B. Central H/AC wooded 4/5 sure and Inspect these 3 and
i 5
70 ACRESLocated == tions that
804 NW 38th Terr. Down pay. permo. we can answer con-
And also some trade-In Houses. acre lot by owner. $27,700. 402 4 bedroom, 2 bath homeson -- --
cerning trading We feel that
Call FR 6-7466. SW 42nd St.. FR 23804. McKinneyGreen ment closing$450.costs.FHA Will$97.27 paint mo.Inside No N.W. 16th Ave. before you east of town with 50 lWllhlllUuIUflhlMlfllllllImllllhllfllllUulflhllflEfllThe I by talking with us you can
buy. Each on one half acre lots. acres In planted pines 4 years 02
2 bath pick a suitable floor and
3 bedroom.
BY OWNER, & out completely. 4 BR, 2 bath plan
home In Fine SW. residentialarea. NEW HOMES CCB home. For appt. to see Sprigged and landscaped. Modern old. A pretty 10 acre sand bottom following are under construction = exterior design that will suit DOIIJtSuffcr
Near Schools and shopping. kitchen. Hardwood floors. lake. A real buy at $10,000 02 and will be ready H your needs. from our many
Priced 372 0481.
from $12,700 to $18000
available. Call Cent. heat & air conditionedand Let us show you. for occupancy soon. = plans that keep hand.
FHA financing .JO MONEY DOWN VA we on
FR 2-2727. or drive by 126 S.W. I I pay only $100 closing much more. Call us any UNIVERSITYREALTY ss A call to the James Co. will

40th St. Best terms FHA PARRISH time to see. se 3701 NW 21st PI.E Ii get all the facts about any

Free lifetime Swim Club Mem DeatonREALTORS i 3 BR. 2 bath $750 dn. $98 || type financing any questionsyou
$250 DOWN $100.00 DOWNAnd 02permo.i || might have without any
2 BR frame house located on HUGH 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. obligations on your part.

NW 12th Terr. $55 per month. I I EDWARDS, PRESENTSDELIGHTFUL move only you Into$100 this per attractive month will CB W. Munroe. BrokerFORDYCE i 3707 NW 21st PI. 1i We have lots available In illSuiniiier

02 i 4 B R. 2 bath $!IOO dn. $107 H
NEW 3 BR 1 BATH HOMES INC. home at 1311 N E. 14th place. most any section of town for
Creek Side : sepermo.! 37373702IIUI02373737UIIII02III02II02J
3 BR. 1 bath. Stove and Ref.
to choose from.
$500 down. $65 month located on LIVING Lovely 3 you
N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th Street
See this all-out modem three bedroom 2 bath home In included. Move right In.
SE 45th Terr. lovely available
Lots near new Myra !
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3721551BY HOME Womeldurf and Gene
B.R. 2Vi bath MASONRY Holly Forrest. Cozy carpeted Terweilligar Elementary School. Jimmy
Call FR 22372 or FR 25933. together with GUEST HOUSE living room with old brick fire 772 ACRESAnd Paramore have over 30 years
Northwest section $1,650 and FOR RENT
THE OWNER In Idylewilde, 2 Central heat Car port and place. Built-in kitchen central I 1m combined experience In the
WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD BR. CCB house tile bath family garage More than one acre of heat and air conditioned. Fenced a very nice like new 2 up-located on a paved street. 124 SE 7th St. i onstruction of homes. By care-
Walking distance to schools. 3 room. Call 372-8001 after land Beautifully landscaped back yard with swimmingpool BR, 1 bath home N.W. of townon Want a lot hidden away but very = 3BR,1 Bath = ful supervision by Jim and
BR. 2 baths home in Skyline 5:30 PJW. Call FR 23617.Madison and shuffle board court. the Fransworth road. Deep accessible to town Nearly 2 H 1 Year Lease $100 per Mo. gB Gene. it will enable you as the *
acres and beautifully wooded
Heights. Study. hardwood floors well. Storage and laundry. Pricedat homeowner to get more home
built-in range & oven. Cent. TWO or three bedroom suburban only $7.250. Call now to see. 8000. BllllllLlIlffllMlIllIIllllIIlIllllllIlllIIlM_ BALL for your money and certainly
FINLEY AREA
We
heat Shaded back yard. Call home on large lot. Near School. Park have two We have one with a beautiful construction .
makes The James Co.
$200 down $75 month. FR 6-2937 lovely 4 bedroom homes. Walking lake view too-nearly % of an s =
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372.597. Choice Is the key word Yes distance to J. J. Finley and = OUR HOMES ARE = to be beyond compare.By .
UNIVERSITYREALTY acre and such a lovely neigh-
3 BEDROOM. 2 bath. CCB. central ROOM & comfort. 4 Br; 2 bath; you would like to see this at. built on nice wooded lots. Both borhood.Do = OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY = For As
heat shaded lot, built in Ig family room; living room; tractive and delightful 3 B.R. 2 owners have left town so both call us for that special lot. = SEEING ANYTIME IF g building primarily the
kitchen appliances, 2-utility dining Rm; breakfast Rm. In- bath home. Beautiful inside are waiting for nice large famI- H YOU WILL JUST CALL. = Kingsberry home we feel we
rooms paved street and sewer. side utilities. Covered terrace; planter Central heat Parquet lies for immediate occupancy.Call FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES S 1123 S.E. 4th STREET = have a great advantage and Little As
Quiet neighborhood. Curved patio; barbecue; workshop & car floors A visit to this home for complete information on INC. = FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 = great opportunity for you as
street. 100 x 12r lot. N. W. sec.j port. Storage all over. New will be convincing. Priced under both homes. 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. 926 West University Avenue the purchaser to pick design
tion. Small down payment. Immediate wall furnaces. Rugs; stove; ref $17,50000 Call us for an appointment M. Munroe. Broker 376-1236 filllWlllJIllllIlUllllUUlWlWllllrUllllUUllIIUlllUlIWlll1II and floor plans that are createdby
3712 N. W. Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin. Frank some of the country's leadIng $500
occupancy. rigerator. 16000. $1,000 will handle FR 23617. NEW LISTING Out. per mo.
t 20th Place. West Villa. For appointment 1724 N.E. 7th St. FR 2- 1 standing contemporary Roby. Roy McCann T. C. Douglas architects.If .

details. call to see James and Quincey.further 2220. Must Sell home.homes one in of Gainesvillethat the few i Jr. you desire complete Information You Can Have

Clayton Arnow Duncan & 113 N. W. 25th Street Near Cam- This spacious home must be call The James Co. and
Is solar
Johnston. 372-9591. pus. 3 BR. den, oak floors sold. 4 B.R. 2 baths large a basic steel designedand struc ExceptionalBEFORE I we will be happy to come to
garage Central heat. fenced. home and spend any
BR 2 bath brick panelled Fla. room. Living & din- ture. 4 bedrooms. 2Vi your
FOR Sale. 3
; on paved street. $13,900. Phone YOU BUY you MUST the amount of time necessary to
"MARCH CentralAir
home. FHA financing. $550 down. owner at 3727169.IF ing room. 2 Fireplaces Screened baths with 3000 sq. ft. SEE this immaculate 3 bedroom explain The James Co. systemof
This home will suit
Must sell. leaving town. tile porch. of floor
owner space. Large home located In a very desirableNE .
home ownership.We
2208 NE 15th Terr. Call 376-8472. you plan to build and would you if you have a large family: carpeted living room residential neighborhood.Front Ii
like a custom built home and need lots of room Locatedin
by experienced modern kitchen huge Family
screened porch oak floors. FHA. VA and
can secure
HAZEL HEIGHTS builders that have the perferred Northwest screened porch. double
attached beautiful shrubbery of
garage. conventional
different types
the time to discuss plans with within 2 blocks of an elementary tf several
See our 4-bedroom and 3-bed- you. call 3722527 ask for Gene school. Will consider a reasonable storage carport. area tremendous central this ,well trees and corner lot make I Into A met'a.11Ji I financing.Let .
kept property a REAL
room. 2-bath CCB homes with Paramore. We have availableour offer. Owner leaving town.It heated air
and condI-
BUY at 10000. ONLY 3 cent mention a few of
built-in electric stove and oven. 80 plans to choose from. would pay you to Investigate > I per us
tioned. DOWN plus closing costs. CALL : that either under
Central heat. city utilities. Complete financing can be explained Call FR 23617. Before the Homes are
Wired for television and tele- to you right in your own 1 US NOW1 construction or In the Conditioninginstalled
home. For NEW WESTSIDE residential sub- planning stage.4bedroom .
phone. Large yards completely appointment call.
Hazel Heights is in ASSOCIATESJ. division soon opening. Acre lots. $200 DOWN-3 bedroom masonry
grassed.
THE
JAMES CO.
Showers"SEE
the city limits. Equipped with Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. paved streets. outside city lim home with oak floors, tile bath, APRIL 2-full tile baths.
Of Gainesville \
Inc.
sewer lines close to bus stop. Builders of Kingsberry Homes J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire its. May we tell you more about carport fenced backyard and )jl living room. family room. in a new
A. Power
low down payment. conventIOnal Ph. 3722527. nites 3727401.WEATHER Virginia this restricted area. paved street. ONLY 11600. No Situated on a lot 100x276' Thisis
loans. Located on North. Multiple Listing QUALIFYING NECESSARYI a VA home. By buying now
west 39th Ave. West of 13th ? RANCHETTE homesites. too. Ap. you can be your own decorator.
St. Shown by appointment proximately 10 acres each. Located Excellent new listing for those
phone FR 23826. I LIKE THE on Newberry Road. Just interested in INCOME PRO- 3-bedroom IVi baths strip
-- -- -- YOUNGAMERICA $500.00 down 5 years on bal. PERTY. Three bedroom one I A.'" hardwood floors. Situated on a

3 LG. BR 2 bath panelled LR HW You'll be comfortable In any ance. hath hnutp-- with...' attarherl"-- twnbedroom YOUR MULTIPLE well shaded lot that Is on a ,0CONDITIONED
fireplace. attached
garage. weather in this new 3-bedroom.. ;; one bath apartment.Both dead end street. Small down
floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot.
2-baths fully air conditioned furnished. Call us for In- payment low monthly pay
NW near Stephen Foster. $1 .500.
_$450 dp. FR 2-8851. kitchen Hugh Edwards includes General home. Built Electricoven in M. M. formation perty. on this fine pro LISTING REALTOR "g-- ments.

BY OWNER Hibiscus Park, Fin- and range and refrigerator. HOMESPRESENTS 'II.' 3-bedroom. 1% baths terrano
ley School Area 3 Bedroom fin- Large laundry room. VA FHAor floors. Situated on a large I
ished upstairs. Fireplace, Phone Conventional. PARRISHAND JOHN J. W. Kirkpatrick Realty Ernest Tew Realty corner lot. $400 down and less
FR2992.. University Realty than $75 per month. plus taxes
HUGH NEW BRICK McKmney-Green-Deaton and insurance.; This one Is
NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 ASSOCIATES INC. MERRILLRealtor John Merrill Agency Arnold Realty ready to occupy. 14.HOME
and 4 bedroom. 2 bath. CCB EDWARDSINC. MODELSOPEN MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. Tom Dobson Agency Dan Byrd Agency
home. City water lights and Wayne Hill Helen Graham RealtorM. 4-bedroom. 3-tiled baths extra
Arch Campbell.
sewers. Shown by appointment.Phone 10 a.m. Til I Dark Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish Wilbur Bishop Realtor large recreation room. den.
FR 23826. 19 N.E. First St. Tel. 372-5375 MULTIPLE LISTING M. Parrish & Associates Red Franks. Real Estate built-in kitchen. completely air
NE 16th Ave. and 15th St. FEATURES : Fossey
PHONE 372-1494 Fordyce Associates Ralph conditioned. Located in one of
FR 2-1551 Fireplaces ASSOCIATESMARCELLA Warner Weseman Gladys Smith Realty Gainesville's finest neighbor
TALK
FOR SALE Woodland Terrace. redwood Screened porches FORDYCESTRATEGIC PARDI hoods.
3 BR, 1 bath new wall Custom kitchen cabinets W. H. BUCKHANNANJ. byKirkpafrick
ABOUT to wall carpet. stove & refrigerator Oversized bathroomsPlus We are planning a two-story
I shaded lot. landscaped many other custom I home with over 2200 Sq. Ft.
LOCATION W.
patio. Small down payment assume features I of living area. The price on
this home Is situated
You won't find a better location I 15 yr. mortgage Total VA & FHATERMS yes.beautiful lot in a good northwest on a this one will amaze you.
than this pre-owned rambler. $12900 528! NW 34th Terr. Ph. KirkoatrickAIRCONDITIONED
Your children can play in the 372-6060 after 6 P.M. and week. location. Large colonial home. We plan to build 16 homes ;
three bedrooms. lovely living BUTLER BROS. NE Gainesville area and
in the
large. established yard or nearby ends. or 376-6400 daily.
room with fireplace. spacious kit. for the sum- have already picked the floor
at the Metcalfe or Howard BEAUTIFULLY kept home. 3 BR. chen and a separate dining mer weather that Is on the plans and exterior design that
Bishop school playground. 3- Walking distance to elementary room. For more information call Entry hall, lovely large lot. I
all featuring built-in Convenient to school & shopping. way. 1 is most suitable for each & Pierson
wardrobes bedrooms fully tiled tub baths. I Oak parquet floors like new. & Jr. High Schools Shopping & FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC living room. dining room. family 1 1964 Paradeof

parquet floors. thruout. separate Lots of closet space Air-condi- 376-1236. room with tile floor. three ,4ZtTl0N.,4For I
Churches.YOUNG bedrooms two tiled baths. sky.
tioned dishwasher
dining area. $15,000; $550 down ; ; nice yard. ,
Includes closing cost. FHA. I SBOO down. 1005 NE 23rd Blvd. PRESTIGEis lighted kitchen. Reasonably

I F R 2574X yours In this delightful home. priced. located in popular : O Over 20 Models
HUGH AMERICA Three bedrooms. two baths. com Angewood.! and ready for Home Values
V 4 MONTHLY. VA--n.;; Lovely your occupancy.LITTLEW000Westwood.
pletely built-in kitchen beautiful I
EDWARDSINC. 3 BR home with Fla. rm.. $$12,500
.
I living room with drapes and wall
patio & carport. Located in NE

_- sect. By owner 3722341. HOMESNW to FORDYCE wall carpeting.& ASSOCIATES Call Today INC., I Four bedrooms. two baths,area.liv. 3 & 4 Bedrooms :, $17,250

N! litft Ave. & 15th St. Neat and Clean Dial 22511 to 34th & 7th Avenue 376-1236. 1 ing room floors. family Priced at room.$15,25000 par More InformationCall !
FR 21551 see this 3 bedroom home in quet Payments from
beautiful Idylwild on large lot Phone 372-7070 VETERANSIf FHA evaluation with $14,75000 ,
with fenced back loan possible for 30 years. Palm View Estates $73.59
yard. Located
you wish a home with little or
between University and GLADYS no down payment and are a qualified FOUR BEDROOMS two baths TheJames
new Country Club. Hardwood veteran-we have one for ManorWestmorland
Fernwood
in this modem Libby Heights S
floors with some carpeting. FlorIda SMITH are VISIT OUR
-
3NEWAUTOMATIC you. Call and make an appointment home with a large separate
room. separate workshop and now to get this home. The Co.
storage room. Priced at $14- $400 down. Three bedrooms two FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES INC., living dining room room.with sliding delightful glass Estates I
000.
baths. Wall to wall carpeting. 376-1236. MODEL HOME
Nice lot. Only $13,000. Call 372S393. doors leads out to a lovelypatio Of Gainesville Inc.

Extra Special. To see Is to believe setting of shade trees,
Builder of
that this modern home CHARMINGIs shrubs and flower beds. A- FHA from $400 Down Kingsberry TODAY
exists in only one of the many words menities include central heat Homes.
our bed-
community Close Charming and different 3
that be used to describethis and a modem kitchen with
ZIG ZAG to University and outside city room. 2 bath home in an established can OFFICE PHONE
limits. lovely brick home, with four dishwasher and disposal. VA Down
Designed and built for the neighborhood. Fenced yard. .. Nothing 372-2527
fun bedrooms. three baths. a spacious This Is all yours in the
loving .
family with
enclosed Priced at SI5.800. Good financing.
pool and outdoor grill. Drapes. Call 3725393.Bargain. living room and Florida room $25,000.00 price range. NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS I

ONLY $45.00Full carpeting and bar stools in- a heated delightful and kitchen air conditioned.all centrally Do Ask about our paint your own !home for I 372.7401SPECIAL

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cluded. Excellent J.W.KIRKPATRICK
financing avail Estate with 3 acres. .
( Price) able.If Rambling country home with 2,40 call. FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. down payment. .
INC. 376-1226 for an appoint- I
square feet. Only County taxes. 2
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you want a spacious home In ment to see this one.
(3) brand bedroom. 1 bath guest cottage.
We have REALTOR
new excellent condition and enJoy] See this one by calling 3725393. 15th Ave. left at Model
fully automatic sewing small town contentment. phone Member of Multiple! Listing Drive west on turn I I

machines. My company for appointment to see this 3 7U acres. fenced Improved pas FORDYCEASSOCIATES 31 N. Main ASSOCIATES Phone 372- 404 Home sign on NW 39th Terrace. McCOY'S

floor planned for small bedroom home on large beautifullot ture. 2 dwellings. 15000. Near Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnelt ,

dept. store that went in Micanopy. $12.200. City. Terms. Live In one. rent Capt. A. W. Reece USN. Ret. SALES OFFICE:
other. To see call 3725393.
bankrupt. Priced to sell DAN BYRD $100 DOWN I

for $139.00 we will take GLADYS SMITH 3 Bedroom concrete block home BUTLER BROS. Builders I SMALL OFFICE BLDG.For N.E. 23rd Blvd.
INC.Multiple street. We this
own
paved
$45.00 a piece cash or ASSOCIATES, on I sale size 24x32. Has to
house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. and
RealtorMultiple locauon.
of $5.00 Se moved from present -
payments a
INC Listing want to discuss payments. Ap- I
month. Fully Guaranteed. Jack DeYot BrokerASSOCIATES Listing Mrs. Grace S. Fordyce. Broker prox. $75. Closing costs if you MATT MEAD EN. Safes Mon=ger xime.. Can Price be$4250 used.00 CaD as smaE Ger- and 11th Terr.

Call FR 2-2051 for free : Associates: Mrs. Mary Moeller. BrokerMr. have good credit. See us for this FR
Walter Stoddard. E. E. Hollo-/ay Ben Griffin Florence Bums E. W. Moeller, AssociateMr. and other homes with best Iold or V. Q. McCoy. PHONE
home demonstration. I'' Christine Stone Caroline Noyes Dan Sheldon Harvey Benton. Associate terms. Ph. FR 6-2472. Warner Phone FR -2-9545 or Nights FR 6-9048 I ZJ361. Office corner N. Main ; 372-3471

I I FR 32511825 N.W. 13th Street 1228 West University 926 West University Avenue W. Weseman Realtor 1113 N. and 23rd Blvd. I
Member Multiple Listing Phone 372-5393 376-1236 Main St.

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42 Farms & Acreage 46 Unfurnished Aprs. 64 Household Goods Musical Merchandise I --- .

1-23 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE SS Aurcmoi? for Sale "':

2 BR. unfurnished Apt. 216 S.E. Printed Pattern
-FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE 9th St. Kitchen equipped. Mar. HARDWOOD bunk beds for sale SPINET PIANO RENAULT FOR SALE I960 very '61 IMPALA convertible. Excel V.W. convert icie./ New ;Fi new =

RURAL PROPERTIES ned couples! children & pets with mattresses in excellent condition BALDWIN SPINET, WALNUT good condition. $300. Come by to lent COnd. 51 CHEVROLET.Good tag; new floor mats throuahout.S114S. .

ROBERTS welcome. $65 mo. Plus utilities.M. and girls dressing table. FINISH. SLIGHTLY USED. see 116 SW 40th St. or call condition. 376-3112 after 4 Call FR 2-8949 after 4 p.m. .
C. SMITH. REALTORU.S. I Phone FR
L. Shea FR 2-4353 or 6-2763 6-6165. $465. 372-3143. p.m.
Hwy. 441 Micanopy. Fla. ..
evenings. 'l 85-1 Automobiles Wanted :
Ph. 444-3120 GRIDLEY MUSIC CO. STUDEBAKER Sports Coupe 1953.
65 Antiques FOR SALE BY
OWNER. 1962 Continental
280 ACRES. Tobacco allotment. 5 TWO spacious newly redecorated FR 2-5353. 61 motor. In excellent running Sedan -
fully equipped :
apts. Kitchen equipped. 1 at -_ condition. Phone 372-5123. WANTED. 1950 thru 1954 Fords
room house. Paved road. Close 20,000
In. $225 an Acre. Gladys Smith. $70, 1 at $80. Call 372-7658. ANTIQUE for sale. Call ORGAN SALEOf Oct.miles. Factory 50.000 guaranteeuntil and Chevrolets. See at Hemdon ..
organ 1957 CADILLAC Sedan deVille 4- or miles. $4.- Service Station. 916 S. E. 4ih .
Realtor. 1221 W. University Ave. FIVE rooms and bath downtown .372-6310. Christmas Left overs. All dr. hardtop, fully equipped Including 000. Phone 376-4280 or 3764776. Street. ..
372-5393. new organs. Savings up to 30
factory air cream puff. ---
area. Water furnished. $60 month. IU
C MILES No FR 2-4621 FR M633. per cent. Earl's Piano Co. $725. 372-0481 for app?. to set.*
north of Alachua. 40 acres To pets. or 66 Misc. For Sale 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 ,lIIr E
high &V dry on graded road. $150 BRING out the best In your car.
per acre. Also 64 acres at S120 47 Houses for Rent Furn. SPINET piano mahogany finish, Superior Auto painting & body
per acre. Buy both or separate DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY excellent condition. Priced to work. Fast dependable service; NEW 1964 GMC 1.' :

with terms. Call anytime: THREE BEDROOM furnished houseon Chairs low as S3. No money sell. Call 374-4164 free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S '

N'r t Tew Realty ReachPeople large lot. 710 N.W. 14th Ave. down low as $5 per month. BODY WORKS, 2031 NW 6th St. I'
2910 13th St. Phone 374-4441 Near shopping center. House Free estimates pickup and delivery FR 69707. PICKUP TRUCKS

Associates: Ralph Glaeser available Mar 1st. Rent $100 a service. All work guaran Automotive I'r'
teed. 1963 CHEVY II
Steve Kesterson month. Call 376-2145. Phone 376-7786. Station Wagon
Les Jackson Air conditioned, auto. trans.. '
FOR SALE CHEAP, Restaurant radio & heater. three r'
LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom seats.
"Selling Florida Since 1906" houses month or year. Mathewson formica counter and 26 stools. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale white side walls. 4.000 miles
Country living at country prices. Manor. Call 475-2981. equipment. Complete fountain, less than 5 mos. old. $100 cash, 517681jii
$345 down buys you 2.4 acres and short order equipment. 52" take up payments. Call 372-
paved road frontage. school buses 1 BR. nicely furnished house. Call FR 2-0759 .or 2-9207. Mr. 40MODELS 8171 I to 5-372-5738 after 5

utilities wooded Concrete block. Phone 481-2178. .. Page. P.M.
homesltes.1 ReadyTo
Drive west on Newberry Campeville Fla. $45 month.FORDYCE 1. GAS WATER HEATER
$25 allowance -
right on SR No. 241. and watch I for ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE
your old. costly to FOR THE CORRECT LOW DOWN PAYMENT
for the sign Los Trances Woods. operate electric water heater. FROM LOWEST PRICES. III

Ralph Realtor Hot water at about half SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. TIME LOW PAYMENTS
your MONTHLY
FOSSY 3 BR 2 bath. home completely present cost with .
our LP gas. TRAILER
redecorated. Available Mar. 15. MART
11 W. University Ave. Ph. 374-1359 Ask us. PROPANE
SW Archer
$150 per month. Call FR 2-1411
Member Multiple Listing Road. FR 65110. Hwy. 17. Phone 328-1050
FORDYCE & ASSOCIATESINC. OPEN
HI-FI beautiful console, automatic WEEKDAYS Courtesy Of Pontiac
43 Colored Tropical
Property UNTIL
Garrard 9 I
Buy 926 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 376-1236; record player. 2 speak p.m. Chevrolet
University
ers. Sell for $50. Phone 372- SUNDAYS 1 TO 6

3 BEDROOM furnished suburban 6628. EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA N. Main St. at 16th Ave. I
0 HOMES FOR SALE home. Plenty of room close to GMC Truck Center
2 & 3 Bedrooms SE 147h St. & school. Available April 1st. $120 CLOSE OUT SALE NOW SHOWING '
SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay per month. Call FR 2-4957 L. J. On Wallpaper. 98c a Roll 1964 MOBILE HOMES '220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582
ment. Some small down pay. Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. HARPER PAINT CO. 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor GAINESVILLEAUTO 1'1 .
ment. Monthly payment 157 to Use 10 S.W. 7th St. 382-4346 Plans. Terms tailored to meet II!= II
$65. Also homes built on your FOR rent 1 BR furnished house. your budget. Drive a little and
SALES
lot for no down payment. With garage. Located 309 NW HOOVER upright vacuum cleaner, save a lot at ----- -
Call TOMMY RIDGELL 15th Ave. $45 per month. Phone like new. Sold new $99. 1 left CONNOLLYMobile 1007 N. Main St. ..
Builder Phone FR 2- 125 2-8690. $59. Compact late model. Sold -
l Person new $185, $49. The Kirby Co. Home Sales Inc. Phone FR 2-6313
; 2 Miles North on U. S. 441
45 Furnished Aprs. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 712 N. Main, FR 6-7110. Phone 622-8166 Northcentral Florida

ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna Closed Sundays Largest

FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bath built-in Double stack complete. NothIng TWO bedroom house trailer. $900. Independent Dealer
EAST SIDE To kitchen. corner lot 2 blks. from else to buy, $15. Brants. one bedroom house trailer $750.
Metcalfe School & |Ir. high. 1943 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. Can be rented. Phone 376-6234

GARDENAPARTMENTS NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. USED Chain Saws $50 up. New Monday to Friday 9 to 5.

Call 3725738.UNFURNISHED. 9109 4 hp saws $89.95. We repairall OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a VOLKSWAGEN

PersonWant 3 BR house, chain saws & lawn mowers. little to save a lot. Below mar-
I $57 per month up fenced back yard. 2119 NW 7th WAIST Chain saw rentals. McCulloch ket clean. Lake Geneva Trailer -

Gainesville's Finest 8932.Terr. $95 per month. Phone 372- 24"-32" t.... J, dealer.Wisconsin Florida and Briggs Saw Co.Stratton FRWANTED ..Sales.Fla. Rt. 100. SE KeystoneHts.


i Lovely Furnished 1 and or 2 bedroom unfurnished apart. 2 BR unfurnished home. Refrig.. 11fMic..t 11fr 6-34 11. Customers for home delivery -

ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 3749408. stove & dinette furnished. Ig. of Fresh Vegetable Juices WYATTTrailer -
fenced back yard. Close in to
daily.
Answer to Box 364-A. MILLER-
town. Call after 6 P.M. 372-8190. c/o Gainesville (V)
Sun if Interested.
SPACIOUS down stairs 2 bedroom
furnished apartment. 705 N.E. 2nd 2 BEDROOM; stove and blinds CHEERS for our newest back. Price depends a lot on how SalesHome BROWN
...,....., FIAT 600D2DR.
1964
St. $70 month. Phone FR 6- furnished. $85 per month. 3425 wrap-spring version of the skirt many reply. lIe
5270. N.W. 4th St. Call FR 6-9879 after you can hop Into in a second LESS THAN of 1030 E. Univ. CIAua
5 pm. Sew it In linen, denim poplin, WHOLESALE Pacemaker Mobile Homes FR 2-3582 SEDAN
NICE 2 bedroom furnished aoart- Ads rayon now.Printed NEW. used and rebuilt electric Shasta and Airstream .
ment. Living room dining 3 BEDROOM unfurnished house. Pattern 9109: Misses' and manual adding machines, Travel Trailers

room. and kitchen. Lights and Nice 5 acres ground under Waist Sizes 24. 25 26, 28. 30, 32. standard typewriters and POrt. Ocala's First Mobile Home
water furnished. Private bath fence. $85 a month. FR 6-2441 Size 28 requires 2'A yards 45- ables. Check writers of all types. Dealer Since 1948 .
and entrance. 4-blocks to cam or 6-2930. Ask for Mr. Haines. Inch fabric. We buy used equipment of all 1923 Sliver Springs Blvd. I Ford 51199
'" pus. $75. FR 29704 or 2-9195. FIFTY CENTS in coins tor this types. Call FR 2-2105 or FR Phone 629-1358
SMALL frame house unfurnished. 2-0963 day or night. Ocala Fla.
FURNISHED apt. on bus line 2 Bedrooms for rent $35 per pattern-add 15 cents for each pat. I Falcon
near stores churches etc. Private month. Phone FR 6-7007. tern for first-class mailing and 14 REFRIGERATOR, across top 58 GREAT Lakes for sale, excellent Exchange with car
entrance water turn. $60 special handling. Send to Marian freezer. Also good Tappan 36" condition. Phone 372-6400 i Fairlane any the
per mo. 376-5805. 4 2 BR. partially furnished house. I Martin Gainesville Sun, Pattern gas range. Both In like new after 6 PM. I you can drive on lot.

1220 N.W. 21st Ave. Call 372- Dept., 232 West 18th St.. New condition. Also family size fire I T-Bird Features at NO additional Cost:
:.. REAL nice, clean apartment. For 8453. York 11. N.Y. Print plainly safe. 2145 N.W. 10th St. FIRST quality mobile home 19421
r couple' only. Near campus. 17 NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE Schult 50 x 10', 2 BR. front I Bucket seats: heater, defroster. dual electric winds1 :ell.
Ford
SW 24th St. FR 6-8819. 3 BR. Ig. living rm. and dining SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. SHOTGUNS. 16 Gauge pump 12 kitchen excellent condition 53600. I wipers windshield washers. self cancelling turn signals andercoating
area. Located In Orange Heights. YOUR FREE PATTERN IS gauge double barrel (2) .22 rif Lot 49 Shady Nook Trailer safety belt anchors leatherette upholst 'ry.
ROOMY 1 BR. living rm.. kitchenette Lines $75 mo. If Interested contactC. READY choose It from 250 design les 1-pump 1-bolt with scopes. Park. 372.3883.McMURRAY Trucks I bumper guards (front & rear) courtesy lights, ashtrays
private bath & private en O. Blankenship, 442-1001 Ala- Ideas In new SPRING. 2 gun racks 1 desk and lamp emergency tool kit.Barkley.
trance. No pets. Apt. 208. 204 chua. SUMMER Pattern Catalog lust snare drum and stand. cornice Mobile Home Sales. Used I
NE 5th Ave. Phone 372-8855. out Dresses sportswear coats. boards all reasonable. Call FR 8-10 wide 1 or 2 BR, used lake Motors
UNFURNISHED 2 BR house 2121 house Cars
2-1276 or trailers from S1.29S. 1 1
morel Send SOc now. or see at 1045 NE 13th
BEDROOM furnished garage SE 3rd Place. $45 per mo. Phone Place. office Trailer for rent or sale.
apartment; 405 NW 10th St. 372-8490. 3 ml. So. Of Starke on 301. 964- '
"SPORTS CAR CENTER"
Phone FR 65924. 10 54 Business Rentals FLOOR samples repossessed. 1 0571. Greene Oaks Restaurant. Get TOTAL
$115 Mo. 3 bedrooms stove & Ref., Firestone 12 I' 2201 N. Main St. FR 2-4373
h.p.
FURNISHED 3 bedroom, bath. fenced back yard. Immediate OFFICE space for rent. Univ. motor $19695 1 Philco outboard WILL Sell equity In 2 bedroom PERFORMANCESHAAW PNri' ,.,.--....
;
Water furnished. large yard. For occupancy. Address: 1311 NE 14th Ave. & Main St. 2nd floor 20c ft. 12.3 cu. 10x45 New Moon trailer for $300. -
working couple. N.W. 31st Ave. & Merrill Real- refrigerator $179.95; 1 Phil. -
Terr. Ph FR 6-2472-Weseman per sq. foot. John Call FR 61444.
and 9th Terrace. 3129 N.W. 9th Realty-1113 N. Main St. tors. 3721494. co port. ToY with stand, $195;
Terrace. Call FR 6-4817. 25-42-pIece drill sets. $12.95 ea. SAVE $1.000 &
Days NW 2 BR CCB house, stove 8. re- FOR LEASE 2 warehouses In same Firestone Stores. 304 W. Unlv.I .
64 10x50 ARMOR
$3,645
I BEDROOM air conditioned frig. Quiet street near schools bldg. located 1111 S. Main St. Ave.
furnished apartment. New avail. Immed. Ph. 2-0431 or 376- Town & Country Trailer Sales KEETER
Can be used for storage or repair INVENTORY
Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd 4847 after 6 P.M. garage. I WHOLESALE prices on quality fur 3860 SW Archer Rd. I
Ave. Colonial Manor niture: Walnut mirrors $10 &
Apts. $115.
35 X 40 $65 per mo. 230 W.
ELCAR air conditioned with heat UniversityFR
$25
1 block from campus. Occupancy UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. ; Sealy Innerspring double bed
by February 25. Stove & refrigerator. 2414 E. 30 x 35 S45 per mo. $90; beige hospital bed. ad lust- pump. Private owner. Reasonab- 2-0503
.. $200 keyes at Hunt's
To see pick up Iv priced Call 372-6538
able
Univ. Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 height S140; 34" two drawer
"
I I I BEDROOM duplex 66" Station or call 376-8866.
furnished
after 5:30 P.M. chests, unfinished $20; cork bulletin -
apartment. Water furnished.Call boards $2.50; unfinished 9 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE CLEARANCE!
FR 65112. 56 Business Opportunities drawer desk $65 10 wide
49 Rooms for Rent ; x r
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MOBILE HOME. air conditioned green matchstick traverse drapery FINE CARS
swimming pool (4,500( cash purchase nice laundry $25; 4x6 heavy cotton pile 1957 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van- FAIR PRICES I
couples
Phone 3722290.DOWNSTAIRS only. NICE trance room., all close channel In.antenna.Private Off en- business In High Springs. Fla. rugs $12.50; walnut bedtray with type truck. Has been serviced Save Many Dollars on these:
Gross Income $700 per month. reading shelf $25; Childcraft dres- completely on monthly sched COURTEOUSSALESMEN
street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd
ule. $700. FR 2-8461.
3 room furnishedapt. Call Les Jackson, Assoc. Ernest ser 45" x 16" $85; 9 x 12 ta-
Place. FR 2-2582. i
married couples. adults Tew Realty FR 6646V.Merchandise. taml floor mats $12.50. Gaddum 1963 HEAVY duty Ford. econ. van.
only no pets. 416 NE 7th St. SMALL, heated furnished room for Interiors 12 NW 3rd Ave. S1775. Phone FR 2-2536 after 5:30 PROMPT 63 Rambler 63 Rambhr

(MODERN duplex. 2 BR. fenced man. 1st floor. Close in. Ph. FOR SALE 2 window air conditioners D m. 5911 NE 11th Terr SERVICE 4-dr Classic; '660' station wagon, Classic 4-dr '660'. automatic .
yard. Adults. $32. Phone 376- 372-1981. 416 NE 2nd Avenue. 1 dishwasher 1 window automatic, heater Individual air conditioned heater power

788X I FURNISHED room. with private fan 1 upright piano. Phone 376- 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals I reclining seats. Very, very low steering, like new In and out.

I lSR; living Rm; Kit. All utilIties entrance and private bath. Central 61 Wanted to Buy 0414. All these qualities are mileage. NEWI $2395
heat. Telephone and garage. I standard at:
, furn. except gas for cook- ELECTROLUX floor polisher, like RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn I $2495
Ing. 911 NE 3rd Ave. Rear). Call FR 6-5112. WE BUY and sell all kinds of furniture new sold over $100 now 569. [ the USA. from United Rent-

_$45 per month. Call FR 2-0989. LARGE quiet front bedroom stoves refrigerators. GE vacuum automatic cord Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave FR 6-2835. I

NEW apt. available now. 3 BR ; semi-private bath and entrance. clothes. radios TV etc. Call rewinder. Sold new $49.95 now B&GMOTOR 62 Chevrolet4dr 62 Rambler
$6.25 per week. Phone 6-1961. FR 2-3937. S3995. 25 assorted vacuums 83 Motorcycles & Scooters
/ & 2 baths also a 1 BR apt.
rvi $25 The Bel-Air automatic, radio, 4-dr Custom automatic radio
Co.
712
,' 315 NW 19th Lane. Phone FR 6- WANT to buy U.S. 4 foreign up. Kirby N.
LARGE room with private bath, Main FR 6-7110. CO. heater, power ,steering, a extra heater Individual' reclining
j. 2892. tiri dressing rm. 8 entrance. Pre- coins, old & new. Rebel Stamp CUSHMAN I II nice carl seats. Extra extra nice.
I Husky 1962.
new
fer businessmen or couple. Phone & Coin Shop. 809 W. Univ. Ave., THE BEST costs less. Unrivaled
WANTED 1 girl $10 per week or 372-8262. Gainesville. Fla. service. Your Phllgas Distributor. motor & tires. Excellent condition. Authorized Cadillac, $1895 $1395
2 girls $15 per week to share ,M15 Reasonable. Call 2-1276 or
Oldsmobile Dealer
Fuilgas Inc. 376-5392.
2 Br. home with young divorcee. MEN. Women, rooms and apart- 64 Household Good see at 1065 NE 13th Place. I
Call 485-2735 after 5 p.m. Mon. ments. Near campus. 102 NW SINGER Slant- atic. late modelIn I 62 RAMBLERCustom
64 HONDA 50 Sport low mileage. New Cars 60 Chevrolet
thru FrL or anytime week-ends. :
13th St. Call FR 6-2937 FR 6- walnut console $169. Would
or
ANTIQUE bedroom suite with mar good condition. Inquire after 5 I I Ip 4-dr. Sedan, automatic -
S.E. 2nd St.
FURNISHED 2 BR mobile home. 1082. ble top dresser & wash stand. like responsible party to pay $10 .m. 2940 NE 10th St. or call 115 radio, heater air condI-
private lot. 2227 NW 32nd Place modern walnut dropleaf table, monthly 376-0290. 372-9816 after 6 P.M. I I FR 6-7515 tioned power steering Individual passenger station wagon. auto
FR 61180. $60 per month. 51-A Wonted To Rent Ig. mahogany buffet blonde oak reclining seats. A beautiful matic, radio, hea'er, low mileage -

dining table & 5 chairs, walnut SPECIAL 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS 1 Used Cars: carl Nicel I
EFFICIENCY 732 NE 3rd Ave. coffee and 2 step end tables 2001 N.W. 13th St.,
All util. except gas for cooking :3 or more bedrooms 1 or more twin bookcase bedsteads and 3 new automatic ZIG ZAG sew. $1695 $1395
& heating furn. $40 mo. McKinney bathroom unfurnished house. Call other household Items. NearlyNu ing machines. While they last SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP FR 6-7515
$42. Terms $6 month. 815 W. Your car's pep & power show
Green Inc FR 23617. FR 2-9500 after 4:30 week Furniture Shop, 324 NW tth
p.m. Ave. Phone 376-4892. University Ave. 3761075.GE up with a tune-up at BROWN'S
CLEAN BR. trailer on nice lot. _days. or all day weekends. SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed 62 RAMBLER

near bus line. $45 mo. Can be T-A-G APPLIANCESTested automatic range perfect con- recapping & wheel alignment. 60 Rambler
seen by calling 372-7018. 54 Business Rentals and Guaranteed dition. You must see It. $40. 809 N. Main. FR 6-4310 American 4-dr station wagon

$15 --CLEAN efficiency-pay year- 45 Furnished Apts. 42 Ref.'Igerators from $39 up Phone 376-3520. YOUR radio. beater an extra nice 4-dr automatic, radio heater

ly. save more than 14. Private I WAREHOUSE space for rent. Located 9 Raiiqes from S39 up BARBIE TYPE doll Clothes, priced 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE buy air cond., clean Inside and out.
bath and entrance. Beautyrest at 620 S. Main St. Call 17 Washers from $19 up lower than commercial. \ $1345
mattress. Close In. Also unfurnished FURNISHED duplex apt. Clean 2 JOHN MERRILL, Realtor. FR 8 Dryers from $49 up others made on request. 3726512. BUICK for sale 1963. V/ill con $995
$25. Ph. 3722324. BR. kitchen. bath. back 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up 1004 NE 5th Ave. sider
room porch. I 21494. trade. See at 3129 NW 11th
-- 704 SE 4th Ave. 2 Dishwashers from $49 up St. after 6
: p.m. or week-ends. -
FURNISHED 1 BR apt. Have to $125 MO. 10 TV Sets from $35 up 1 CRAFTSMAN Radii Arm saw I CHOICE!

see to appreciate. See all day 1 BEDROOM trailer. quiet. priv NEARLY new modern office or JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. with several attachments $125. I. BUICK 195o clean 2 door hard 62 FORD 59 BUICK
Sunday or anytime weekdays after ate. Good for student or work. location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 1 3 Rm. camping tent new. still top. Call after 6 p.m. FR 6-6155.
4 p.m. 412 NE 8th St. Ing person. $50 month. Phone I Ph. FR 6-2472 Weseman Realty. In box. See all day Sunday or LaU model Fairlane SOD V-I
- -- --- FR 2-9838. 1113 N. Main St. weekdays after 4 p.m. 412 NE BUICK 1959 LeSabre Sports engine. automatic transmission LeSabre 4-dr. Automatic, power
SUMMER special. 1 8. 2 Bedroom 3622BEACH 8th St. I Coupe R & H, PS & PB WW. 63 CHEV . $2595 power steering, radio steering brakes.Or conditioned. -
apartments. well furnished quiet LARGE. clean well furnished 4- NOW LEASING in new bldg. retail I excellent cond. Two new tires. 63 LINCOLN . $5500 beater. 22,000 honest miles. An extra clean car.
location. couples only no pets. room apartment. No children or I stores & offices suites. W. BLVD.IN 3 YR. NORGE range with top Clean inside $990. 3725062.
$100 per mo. L. J. Moratto. 2505 pets. Married couple. Marie Univ. Ave. Call 372-2385 for in grill $50. Call 372-4281 after 5:00 62 CORVAIR $1295 $1695 $1095
.1 NW 6th St. Phone 2-4957. Whiteman, 110 N.W. 7th Terr. formation. P.M. or all Sunday P.M. CHEVROLET 1958 wagon 4 dr. 62 COMET . $1495 '
You this for
Storage Warehouse can buy only SS
-
2 '57 ENG. FORD. one running; a week. Call Bill 372-3749. H & H 62 FALCON . $1395 -

1-4 hp riding lawn mower; 1 Motors. 61 CHEV . $1695 61 RAMBLERClassic
4 Kenmore washer, 1-2 dr. Ref. 60 FALCONRanchero.
61 COMET
SERVICESHome 150 Ibs. freezer 376-5743. CHEVROLET 1956 4 dr. This car . $1295 4-dr e dan. standard

ROOMS FURNITURE Is going for only $8 a week. 61 FALCON . $995 transmission heater. Extra Extra Clean.
& APPLIANCES MAHOGANY twin bed suite dresser Call Bill 3723749. H & H 61 MERCURY $1395 clean.
chest & mirror; Washing Motors.
Repossessed machine; cedar chest; bookcase; 61 RAMBLER $1395 $995 $795

Victrola. 376-1531. CHRYSLER 1955 4 dr. air conditioning 60 COMET . $1095

And BusinessAppraisal Because of family troubles lust low mileage. 1 owner, 60 MERCURY $1295
DINETTE table with 6 chairs.
deceased. Phone 2-0189.
in & take over paymentson
come Modern hardwood 59 BUICK $1295
table with
entire houseful. Consists of a I NO MONEY DOWN I I
beautiful 2 PC. living room suiteIn Formica top. $20 376-7346. CORVAIR MONZA 1963 for sale 59 CADILLAC. $1995
or trade. Trade for older
Bulldozing Repairs nylon. sofa makes Into bed I GE stove & refrigerator excellent S150 down and take up car pay.or 59 CHEV . $995

also foam matching cushions.club 2 chair decorator w-solid !I 5506.condition both $125. Phone 372- ments. Call 376-8991 after 5 59 PLYMOUTH $595 53 NASH $21 Mo. 57 Plym $29 mo.

BULLDOZERS & Dragline. Back; p.m. or week-ends. 58 DODGE . $645
tables. In margolitewith
FREE Estimates on your repairs lamps. 2 step Like new! Original paint!
grader.hoe. wheel Free estimates.tractors. W.motor and additions. Complete matching cocktail table. In 10 WINDOWS. 10 cases. 10 FORD, GALAXIE 1959 2 dr. Will 57 MERCURY $395 58 Vouxholl $15

Buck) Johnson, FR 6-6219. G. 10x12' bedroom $675. Complete the bedroom massive double screens 1 door, 1 door screen. trade for older car or $150 57 OLDS . $595 I mo.
14x20 Florida room $1680. dresser with tilting mirror chestof 7 Venetian blinds. Weights go down and take up payments.Call -- -
King Construction Co. Phone drawers & bookcase head- I with windows. $65. Ph. FR 6-6879. FR 2-5987. 4-7 p.m. 57 CHEV . $495 58 PLYM. $32 Mo. 58 Rambler $32
Plumbing CcrpentryGRADY FR 6-3484. board with sliding panels for 57 CHRYSLER $695 mo.
your clock radio: all done In CALORIC gas stove 3 mos. 0'*''". FORD GALAXIE 1959 4 dr. Auto- 53 MERCURY . $225 I' Station Wagon.
CABINET WORKS exotic Sahara Mist finish. Sec. $155. Other Items of furniture matic transmission radio and 57 CHEV. $29 Mo. I -

Custom built cabinets and moldIngs RemodelingNEED ond bedroom has twin maple very good condition. Ph. FR heater. Small equity take up Station Wagon. I 58 Ford $34 mo.
refinishing and spray beds. Kitchen has deluxe 7 pc 6-0410. payments. James Marable 2215 CRANE -- -
with formica top S.E. 9th Place. 376-0460. After
painting. A NEW Florida dinette set 27 FACTORY made cabana with 56 RAMB. $26 Mo. 55 CHEV. $29 Mo.
1533 E. University Avenue room. car. table & 6 foam padded chairs. 5:30 P.M.'MERCURY. .
factory made folding partition.Call
Phon 372-8313 port. patio. screened-in porch. Admiral refrigerator with cross MOTORS
etc.? Call now and get It done top freezer. shelves In door & 50389.REFRIGERATOR 1957 must sell 4 dr
for the summer months. Call bar 36" with oven, I H.T. Radio and heater. 5 good
Cosmetics I I 372-8049 after 5 P.M. for free dairy broiler and storage range drawers. Floor width. Vegetable top-freezer chest.dehy- : tires. Must see to appreciate.Best 'irs easy Lincoln-Mercury to trade with Crane I RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
Phone 6-7449.
estimates.NO offer.
An HOUR OF BEAUTY will make' Orig. price $1,019.38 drater. Store door. WO. Call FR

a -new you" at MERLE NOR. JOB Too Large No Job Too BALANCE DUE NLY 6-8033. MERCURY. 1956. 4 dr. hardtop 516 S. Main St. I

MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. Small. Need an Estimate? Giveus SCOTTMAN'S Ice making machine. I loaded with extras for $I a week. FR 2-3631 I I 1132 S. Main St. FR 28433NEW

ServiceFRED Learn professional make-up a call. REPAIRS. REMOD $267No good condition See at 2426 SW i i13th Call Bill 372-3749. H & H Motors.
secrets by trained beauty ex ELING. ALUMINUM SIDING. I I
St. II I
down. $2.50 week. Ask MGA good condition. R, H, wire w-
perts. 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR 376-1838 or 372-7948. money _
I
2-3126.. for Brock's furniture in storage w tires. Toneau. luggage rack. .
B. ARNOLD EMRAYSADVERTISE 70 Boats-Marine f4ui,. $300 or best offer. Ernie Wild.
REALTOR atNATIONAL FR 6-2521 after 5
pm. ----
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA --

SERVICE ir FIBERGLASS CobIa cruiser. OLDSMOBILE 1958 convertible.
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 FIREEXTINGUISHER Furniture 55 HP Homelite motor. Murray excellent mechanical condition;
CO. IN THE
trailer comp'etely equipped. I very clean. $775. Call Butch
Sales and ServiceAll
Warehouse months old. $1995. FR 2-3742. Woofen 376-0942.
types of Fir Extinguishers SERVICE DIRECTORY --

Appliance Repairs Pick up and delivery serviceC. OWNER 16 ft. Regal Royal overnighter PONTIAC. 1955. two tone paint CAR :

R. Thomas Ph. 376-8989 3622 with head. $370. Phone loaded with extras for $8 a

Parker Appli. Serv. Gainesville! Fia.I 372-1150 today. week.Motors.Call Bill 372-3749. H & H


Expert Major Appliance Serv Heating Upholstery Beach Blvd. 72 Office 1961 Black.
ice. Prompt. Efficient & ;I Equipment RENAULT Dauphine. SALE!
excellent condition.
WSW tires
Courteous 3n-224.
"ART BALL Heating. Hot Air. Next So. gate Plaza FL f-2561 $575. Phone 372-8869.
I' Hot water) Air conditioning and UPHOLSTER your furniture at OPEN DAILY ,-"; SUNDAY 12-6 ARTISTS and draftsmen. Complete
Auto Equipment Refrigeration. Ph. 372-1685. 15 reasonable prices. Call Sally. Jacksonville. Florida selection of quality artist and
"I"II' Experience Exoerlenced FR 6-9888. artistic supplies at Chestnut's We are quoting the lowest priced American built car.

I MODEL HOMEFROM Office Equipment Co. 106 W. BUY YOUR

HYDRAULIC JACKS -ebullt & Home Service SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS University Ave., In downtown MOBILE HOME
exchanged; Repair kits for DISPLAY GaInesville FIa.MOBILE I 2-dr.
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized WOOD HOME IMPROVEMENT 3 COMPLETE From the WORLD'S 1964 RAMBLER $1163
III!
I do sewing of
Licensed &
Walker Hydraulic Jack Bonded Builders LARGEST DEALER Sedan
kinds 8. Dressmaking. Mrs. W.
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE Florida Rooms Carports ROOMS HOMES
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. Patios Roofing Gutters C. Asbell. 3436 N.W. 17th Terrace -
Main FR H4T7 Heating Air Conditioning 372-0655. Furniture & appliances consistIng FEDERAL QUALITY Southern Mobile

Financing adlusted to cus of 2-PC. foam rubber "yl- Broken Inc. Delivered! With Without Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL!
Auto Glass tomer's requirements.Dial Sewing Machine Repairs. covered sofa & matching chair. 1 MI. N. on 441at Homes or a
2 steo table' I matching cocktail City Limit Sign 2200 South Dixie Highway '

Bobby Wood Fred Wood table with plastic finish. 2 CALL372S113WE Ph. STANDARD EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST: -
376-4707 376-1100 toil' decorator lamps with eve
AUTO GLASS Is our only busi CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER. shades. Beautiful gold mist TRADE Ocala. FloridaDODGEDARTsedan ,
ness. Immediate Installation; VICE CO. 815 W. University saver FOR ANYTHING brakes Fuel and tank ::
double dresser
all bedroom suite. I Equipped with high Self-adjusting pump
Mortgag. Broker Ave. 376-1075. We repair
free &
pickup delivery. Add
mirror. master _
with large titling filter
with bonded linings
Makes Work fully guaranteed fuel
beauty & value to economy.
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS your car.CO. FHA and conventional at lowest I I size Complete chest S large pc. chrome double dinetteset. bed. I Advanced unit Powr-Gard 24 battery Anti Smof Engine Filter

323 NW. 6th St. FR 42558 current rates. Terms to 25 WINDOW CLEANING 1964 Admiral refrigerator constructionCurved Directional signalsEngine Automatic chokeS

years. Will gladly discuss at no with full width freezer & crisp- side windows oil filter I Dow-Gard cooling
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. \WIMDOAS; cleaned. floors cleaned
& Serve *. Selves in door and dairy
Building Repair e
W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor and waxed. houses washed. 10 deluxe with thermostat Deep-dip rust proofing 4.000-mile engine oil. systemS
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 bar. range interval 2 Arm rests
yrs. experience. Free estimates. controlled oven. roll out Baked enamel finish change normal S

FRED B. ARNOLD Phone FR 25955. broiler. This furniture has been 00 S Ceramic armored 33.000 mile or 3-year 2 Sun visors
CARPENTRY ROOFING
REALTOR on display only. Everything new ( Includes Heater) Si QQ muffler and tail pipes chassis lube interval Foam cushion
ADDITIONS FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS 81 guaranteed. Regular price
tJ 2 Windshield wipers
YJ. F No drain transmission
Satisfaction guaranteed 89*. now only SPECIAL AT f Coil spring Mars
E. R. Schultze 372-2051 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 I S Double safety brakes and rear ale lube S 2 Seat belts :

DON'S MORTGAGE MONEY Sun Want Ads $499No 5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTYI

Building & Repair Service. SVi per cent Interest. Terms to money down payments $4

FR 48807 IS years. wk Immediate credit t Delivery ; RIDGWAY MOTOR CO
BUY BUILD REFINANCECall or will hold In storage at no Poole-Goble Motors

BulldozingMALL Dan Byrd -
Get Results charge.NATIONAL
825 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 (Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks)
1132 S. Main St. FR 28433f
GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA FURNITURE WAREHOUSE 119 S.E. 1st Ave. 372-4343 I'
( bulldozer. loader dump and conventional loan Low 3622 Beach Blvd. FL 9-1561
I tracks fill dirt. lime rock. Top rates. Terms to 25 years. 1223 Open Daily 9-9. Sat. 9-6. Sun. 13-6
OIL Phone FR 2-7846. W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. r Jacksonville Fla.



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.14. Gatnesvillle Sun Monday, (March 9, 1964

Don't Dress'GungHo' Ex-Marine Is Arrested I I Car Mishaps the pole. Hansen wasn't hurt.

37 Students ArrestedIn Damage was estimated by city

police, who charged Hansen

For Threatening PresidentMANCHESTER I Injure TwoTwo with$275. careless driving, at about:


'Or#y' at Hotel Dance WASHINGTON (AP-A con- N.H. (AP- he had planned to go to men were hurt in similar In the accident that injured i

gressman says the Marines A 32-year-old ex-Marine was ington, buy a rifle and wash-I auto accidents here over the'Ray, deputies said the car failed

may be gung-ho but they don'tdress held after opportunity to shoot the Presi- weekend. I'.'to negotiate a curve and struck
today allegedly ad- 'I.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP)-Thir- dates were attending an annual traffic through the heart of In- the part. dent. two trees.
[ mitting to mailing threatening Fred Noal Ray, 2760 SE 18th
ty-seven college students will statewide undergraduate meet- dianapolis. "I believe strongly that all of Estes waived I It happened about a'mile anda
Tracing the noise from letters to President Johnson. preliminary Ave., was treated at Alachua
appear in court today on charges -ing of Phi Delta Theta social room you on duty in Washington I hearing before a U.S. commis- General and releasedfor half south of Gainesville on
from what to police made the ar Hospital
stemming one policeman room dress blues at all
fraternity. Police said about should wear Authorities said Norman J. ,sioner Sunday after being ar injuries he suffered when'road 339A. They said Ray's car
termed a "regularorgy" :rests.It times," Rep. Daniel J. Flood rested. He held for further "tparently had brake failure.
: was
Estes
600 students were attending the of Nashua also told them his car hit a tree Saturday
at well-known down- olive-clad Marine
a D-Pa. told the .
action. made. Damages
convention. The defendants are took two hours and a dozen night. o charges were
town hoteL I witnesses at a recent I
students at Indiana, Purdue and paddy wagon trips to take the Nashua Police Chief Paul J. totaled $1,000.
The defendants 22 males and closed hearing of the House Appropriations Air Crash Michael Wallace Price 3019
DePauw universities and Wabash young people to jail, where they. Tracy said Estes admitted NW
2nd Ave.
arrested
15 in
females were early subcommittee on was riding a
and Hanover colleges.An spent several hours until bonds mailing three threatening let- India Exnects
Sunday when police raided a' Defense. car that hit a utility pole.
were made. All were releasedon ters to Johnson.
fraternity dance and rooms at excise officer said he Fatal to 25 I Price was reported in satis-
made
bond by Sunday night. And, in the testimony Tracy quoted Estes as sayinghe Ill ltrusl>ichev
the Claypool Hotel because of found students drinking at the I public today, he added: received a general discharge ,factory condition this morning

noisy conduct. I fraternity's dance. He called!I lOne of the coeds commented "I would expect you to be BOGOTA, Colombia (AP-,from the Marines and had lost I in Alachua General Hospital, CALCUTTA, India (AP)-In-

"What "they had was a regular police who stopped the dance on : here this morning in dress Police said all 25 persons several jobs when his service with undisclosed injuries He dia's ambassador to Moscow,

orgy, said Robert Gigure, the mezzanine and then heard ,was riding with Thomas J.
aboard Colombian record became known. T. N. Kaul Soviet Prem
"That's what I always want- blues. I would expect the Marines -i i a airliner apparently reports
a vice squad patrolman. "We loud noise from floors of Hansen, 1140 NW 55th St.Hansen's .
upper Khrushchev has said he will
in I I ier
A place they
would have had to ed, a criminal police record. every appear perished Sunday night NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
get a pickup *
the hoteL I car ran off SW 31st visit tea next winter at Prime
to the dress blue all REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
to tell kids- 'I public wear
good thing your when it crashed 18 miles southof
truck to haul all the beer cans
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Street in the 100 block and hit Min' Nehru's invitation.
Gigure said beer cans and bot- spent the night in the pokey, the time... Bogota. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that 1-

away.The officer said one student, tles were being thrown out of picked up on sex charges'. That "You are that kind of an out- the doing undersigned business under, Chester the firm M. name Paulson.of. -Gas

hotel windows onto WashingtonStreet slays me." fit. You are a gung-ho outfit- Authorities said there were Gainesville Upholstery & Repair
dressed only in shorts was arrested ville. Alachua County. Florida
as he chased a coed which carries U.S. 40 everybody thinks you areandI reports the plane, a DC3 of Co to register said fictitious name GaineS-1 Gas Genie says I
One man bailing his daughterout don't know why you don't lombia's Taxader Lines, the provisions of the aforesaid
down a hallway. Several coeds Dated at Gainesville. :
of jail said, "I thought she
In the Court of the County Judge, dress the part. ed en route from eXPlod-j 5th day of March A.D.. 1964.
were dressed only in negligees.The ALACHUA County, Florida had been in an accident when Bogota. Chester M. Paulson .1
(3141) 39. 16. 23, 30
In Probate.In
charges included enter- re: Estate of police called. Thank God it's COOKINGCLEAN

Ing the bedroom of a memberof MAY A. MOORE Deceased.To I only this." EUlergencyLanding
AH Creditors and Persons Having
the opposite sex, disorderly Claims or Demands Against Said Estate I I

conduct public indecency, un- You: and each of you are hereby notified Crash OK Ih IS
n"
derage drinking and larceny.One and required to present any claims I Copter
which you or either of you may have. BOSTON (AP) A Trans [MONIEYJust ] WITH
seized witha
student was against the estate of MAY A. MOORE
taken deceased late of said County to the HOA HAO, South Viet Nam World Airlines airliner with 13 ,
neon telephone sign County Judge of Alachua County Florida
from the hotel lobby. at his office in the court houseof (AP-Two U.S. Army enlisted persons aboard made an emer- 1r "I:
said County at Gainesville.
Florida
landing at Logan International -
The male students and theirIN within six calendar months from the men flying as gunners in a heli- gency tell us how much
time of the first publication of this Airport today without serious Cash 24 Cash 24
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE notice. Each claim or demand shall be copter escorting U.S. Defense you need to pay old You MonthlyPayments You MonthlyPayments
THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN In writing and shall state the placeof difficulty after circling for bills, for home improvements Receive Receive
AND FOR LEON COUNTY. FLORIDANo. residence and post office address of Secretary Robert S. McNamarawere an hour to use up fuel. car re$185.00 $11.00 $428.00 $25.00
the claimant and shall be sworn to by
ORDER TO SHOW 19414 CAUSE the claimant his agent his attorney. killed here today when The main wheels operated pairs, for all your 269.00 16.00 537.00 31.00
and any such claim or demand not so their craft lost and seasonal expenses. natural gasThe
AND RULE NISI power
filed shall be void. properly and held during the Phone for 338.00 20.00 600.00 34.39
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF crashed. prompt,
,
-s- Glenn D. Moore Jr.
FLORIDA under Sec. courteous service.
a body corporate As executor of the Last Will landing.The Payments include interest and principal.
tlons 3 and 19 of Article XII of the
Constitution of the State of Florida. Moore and Testament of May A. Pilot and copilot survived. No pilot radioed just after

vs. Petitioner, 226 Clayton South Arnow deceased Duncan & Johnston one else was aboard the heli- leaving Washington for Balti- LOANS UP TO $600 major source of dirt in the kitchen comes i
Main Street
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, et. at* Gainesville Florida copter. more that he was experiencing I from food being cooked not from the fuel, and
Respondents.TO Attorneys for Executor with the wheel.
difficulty nose
THE STATE OF FlORIDA. the consumes smoke and fats.
First publication March 9th, FAMILYFINANCE gas range
THROUGH ITS STATE ATTORNEYS (3144) 3.9 16. 23. 30 1964. The helicopter was a turbine The four-eneine!: Constellationwas ,

OF THFiisT'SECO, D", THIRD:I IN THE I powered UH1B, the same type diverted John F. Kenne-
FIFTH SIXTH SEVENTH EIGHTH COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. N !Jj' w
NINTH. ELEVENTH. TWELFTH THIR-i LV AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. in which McNamara and South I dy International Airport in New
TEENTH. FOURTEENTH AND FIF. FLORIDA SERVICE, INC. ainesui i
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITS. AND IN RE ESTATE OP Vietnamese Premier Nguyen York but poor weather forcedit [ om an
THE SEVERAL PROPERTY OWNERS. LILLA of Gainesville
MISSOURI Khanh were riding.McNamara : 1G I
TAXPAYERS AND CITIZENS THEREOFAND BARFIELD PEARSON to continue on to Boston.
OF ALACHUA. BAY BREVARD. NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORDER I The flight originated in Dayton 204 S. E. First Street . . .. .FR 6-4661 '
BROWARD. COLUMBIA DADE. ESCAM- DECLARING ADMINISTRATION and other top u.S. 237 W. UNIV. PH. FR 2-6391
BIA. UNNECESSARYTO Ohio.
HILLSBOROUGH. JACKSON ,
LAKE, LEE. LEON. MADISON. MANA. AU PERSONS HAVING ANY policy makers on the trip did, -
TEE. MARION. ORANGE PALM CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE not see the crash which occurred -!
BEACH PINELLAS. PUTNAM. ST.'. ESTATE OF LILLA MISSOURI BAR-
LUCIE AND VOLUSIA COUNTIES'' FIELD PEARSONYou a few minutes after they!
FLORIDA. INCLUDING NON-RESI.I( and each of yon are hereby not!.
DENTS OWNING PROPERTY OR SUB. led that an order declaring administration had walked away from the land-
JECT TO TAXATION THEREIN AND of the estate of Lilla :Missouri ing pad. NEW ECONOMY PREMIUM I
OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMING ANY Barfield Pearson deceased as unnecessary
RIGHT. TITLE OR INTEREST IN has been entered by the Hon
PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED BY 'orable H. H. McDonald. Judge of the "Furniture That's A Joy
THE ISSUANCE BY THE STATE County Judge's Court. Alachua County.
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF FLORIDAOF I' Florida. The total cash value of said : To Live With"
NOT EXCEEDING $75.000.000 HIGH. estate was determined te be $%.800.00.
ER EDUCATION BONDS. SERIES A and was assigned by such order to Roy:
HEREINAFTER MORE PARTICULAR. Cecil Pearson. 1602 La Vesta Road. At. WALKERFURNITURE
LY DESCRIBED OR WHO MAY BE lanta. Georgia. I.
IN ANY WAY AFFECTED THEREBY: .William R. Bui-well i
The State of Florida through the BARTON BURWElL STORE
State Attorneys of the First Second. 212 S E. 1st Street Thousand of Florida drivers
Third Fifth. Sixth. Seventh Eighth Gainesville. Florida I U NW *th Are. Ph. S7J-4120
Ninth Eleventh, Twelfth Thirteenth,. Attorneys for the Estate We Finance What Y* sellI1GSCREE1
Fourteenth and Fifteenth Judicial Cir I(30M 2:17. 24; 3:2.9
-
cuits of said State, and the several I n t >* "
property owners, taxpayers and citizens =
thereof and of Alachua Bay, Bre-

cambia.yard Lee. Leon Broward.Hillsborough Madison Columbia., Manatee Jackson Dade, Lake Mar.Es- now save-" Pto Era gallon with

lon Orange Palm Beach Pinedas,
Putnam St. Lucie and Volusla! Coun-
ties. Florida. including non residents IiJfI.SLIM STYLE ,
. owning property or subject to
taxation therein and others having or
claiming any right. title or Interest In
property to be affected by the issuance LOW PRICE !
by the State Board of Education Esso Plus \
of Florida a body corporate under Sec-
Ions 3 and 19 of Article XII of the
Constitution of the State of Florida, of GENERAL
Higher Education Bonds, Series A In
the aggregate principal amount of not
exceeding $75.000.000. hereinafter more ELECTRIC I
particularly described or to be affected .
in any way thereby are hereby required
to appear before the Circuit CONSOLE the hot new middlegradethat
Court of Leon County. Florida In the
Second Judicial Circuit of said Stateat _
the Court House in Tallahassee. Florida
on the 3rd day of April. 1964. at
10 o'clock a.m., and show cause why ..
..
the prayers of the Petition filed In -
the above proceedings should not be
Granted and the bonds therein described most cars
and the proceedings of Petitioner gives
heretofore taken authorizing the Issuance
thereof validated and confirmed.
Said bonds are dated May 1. 1964
bear interest at not exceeding four and
one-half per centum (Ph) per annum
are in the aggregate principal amountof BIG 23"SCREEN f
$75.000.000, and mature In annual
Installments In the years 1965 to 1994, full
Inclusive. all as more fully describedin Dower.
the attached Petition thereto.filed herein and the exhibits Esso

DONE AND ORDERED at Tallahassee. Dead ArlwelNseurefeta, !
1964.. Florida this 27th day of February, :

-s- W. MAY WALKER ,
,CIRCUIT JUDGE -. More and more people are discovering this new way to save as much as
March 2. 9 16 1964 -

(No. 3128) ', ;Ma. ''Ii 40 cents tankful gasoline without sacrificing power.New Esso Plus,

.
", j.I the ECONOMY PREMIUM gasoline, neutralizes harmful engine deposits

SAVE BY 20th protects against rust, icing and knocking-and supplies the

OF MONTH needed octane to keep most cars at peak driving power. Now you, too,

EARN HIGH RATE can choose the gasoline that gives you the best value for your car-without

FROM THE 1st losing either power or money-at the Esso sign of Jfapffjfeffiwtfi/

OF MONTH 1

*j Most Esso dealers are aenume.ssmm.mset their own prices,but generally gay'

the price of new economy premium Esso Plus is as much as 2f$ per gallon \d ,

less than the prevailing price of major-brand premium gasolines.fm .
Superior tfewing pleasure in a cabinet Mahogany

or Wohwt groined finish styled in the slim, modern

mod U IWI D L C...AMERICA'S LEADING ENERGY COMPANY..MAKERS OF ESSO PRODUCTS "

OIL & REFINING COMPANY /
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Big 23 square screen,"Daylight Blue" picture

Full power transformer, Automatic: gain control

Large front-mounted speaker

Cabinet with Mahogany-grained finish en

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